Fredericksburg High School - Mesa Yearbook (Fredericksburg, TX)

 - Class of 1957

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I As we journey through the pages of this yearbook the pictorial page ant herein presented will portray to -us some living examples, molded and shaped by the hands of members of the faculty, and by the hands of the students themselves, in a dedicated effort to prepare us for that chal- lenge of the future. - FREDERICKSBURG HIGH SCHOOL Fredericksburg, Texas Q .fxifxa G' Q . .-gf 1 Q-' 'Y sf . z 3 .rs L, TO R.: Emma Jane Klaerner, Joyce Grona, co-editors of Campus Cometg Kitty Smith, layout editorg Sammie Sembritzky, activities e dito r, contributed much to the yearbook. X "fs, Sam Staff members wi sh everyone a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. Two yearbook workers Shirley Treibs and Patsy Heimann are working on the ban pages. pun i T """ .A ui if """"'S5 d ab ,-I4 t iQ 'Q L1 , , Susie Bartholmae and Barbara Schmidt, co-editors of the Mesa, are discussing plan s for the future yearbook with their sponsor, Mrs. Rowntree, Xt , 2 fp H mag S -61 Busy members of the staff are looking over some of their news articles in the two local papers. M .,,.-J' School Board seated QL, TO RJ: Arthur Kowert, Vice-Pres.g W,H, Osbourn, Pres.9 Tyrus Cox, Sec. STANDING: Lawrence Hartman, Max Schneider, Victor Nixon, and Henry Schmidt, These members have always had a hand in the progress of FHS. ?cAoof Wllfje and SCA00! Al 'X ecrefar-ie.4 The nimble fingers, alert minds, md friendly ways of these thr e e per- sons provide much support for the FHS Educational System, Seated at the typewriter, Mrs. Vera ineese, secretary to the Supt., Stand- ng, Mrs. Ruby B u r g e s s, secretary ind Mrs. Frances Borchers, S c h o ol xurse. ufaerinfen clenf Our Superintendent, Mr. Fred M. Thompson, uses his able hands to guide and directboth youth and adults alike in school and community affairs with his dedicated efforts. Pictured here , he is offering his advice to one of the many civic organ- izations to which he belongs. rin cilaa Of all the people who help plan and build the lives of the students at F, H.S. , Mr. W.C. Westerfeldt, our principal, is one of the foremost who contributes to the growth and success of both the school and the students. His interest and administrative ability is of lasting value to our future success. f- .1- . .. 1: LMNMM 2. 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They have dedicated their efforts in pr e par ing their students and are channeling their thoughts to the better- ment of the future. ,N A, .-M A A - unior ,9onJorJ READING LEFT TO RIGHT: Mrs., Shirley Goodin, Librariang Mr, Herbert Haas, Mathg and Miss Ella Gold, His- tory and German. These sponsors have aheavyjob on their hands in discussing plans for the Junior-Senior Prom, Their guidance will mean the difference between suc- cess and failure in many of their stu- dents' lives. e s s t ,,,.,.rl an ,. amz 12ml LEFT TO RIGHT: Mr. Ken Killion and Mr. Joe Tatum, Vocational Agri- cultureg Mr. Hilmar Wagner, Band and Choral. Always ready to lenda helping hand are these three capable faculty mem- bers. Their advice and understanding have helped many students meet the future successfully, I COCICAQJ LEFT TO RIGHT: Mr. Charles Simmons, Mr. Fritz Loeffler, Mr. Dale Johanson, Mr. Gerald Gunnels, and Miss Gwendolyn Quillian. These coaches have helped to guide many FHS students to the various honors they have received. They have also been responsible for our developing mentally as well as physically, and through their unherald efforts, we learn to lose as well as to win. wW.M 1 X AM 9 N ofa. F Sn 1 - R . M x M ,M aw, ,M- LM .M S 1 H ' ,z sm ' F Nfff" Q if me ,r 'WW 7re.4Aman Cyan Oficera Making their first appearance at PHS, the Fre shmen were under the :apable leadership of the following nfficers. LEFT TO RIGHT: Calvin ?'riedrich, treasurerg B ruc e Kowert, xresidentg Ke rmit Rahe, vice-presi- lentg and Elgin Keller, secretary. jre5Am an gfau auorifen R ob e r t Petermann and Mary Lou Bartholmae, Freshman Class Favor- ' ites, were chosen by their fellow class- mates on the basis of their outstanding ways and friendly dispositions. 'QU' we CIM, Mary Lou Yvonne Bartholmae 'Bernhard Tommy Bernice Darlene Biles Birck Birck Josie Lee Ronald Betty Jenny Lou Birck Borchers Crenwelge Crenwelge Q "--up-. S Say Sandra Jay Carlton Gerlene Curry Dietz Duderstadt Eckert Eckhart Opal Faye Ellebra cht Curtis Fiedler Wayne Feller -r-vw" James Frank Ford French W ing. -wwf Calvin Patsy Jeanette Elmer Friedrich Gellermann Grobe Hansen CAM F F . ,. A - Qi., ":' ' Y F 5, ,:':b.. M t V I v Stanley Jeanie Emily Harvey Dudley Hartmann Heimann Heiner Heiner Herbort 0 '60 Elgin Karen Keller Keller W"--g ,L ' .. N '-N.-1 l Gerald Walter Freddie Kilgore Kirchner Klein Royce Travis Betty Jo Bruce Kneese Kneese Koch Kowert harles .Tack Mae Janette Betty Curtis Kuene mann Lawr ence Lochte Mauldin Mohr Jo Ann Curtis Mogford Moldenhauer Q4 J H , ' "gi QV: ' W Q" "A ff if . -- A , n, ,j,tfSi' 3114 tszfafl k 1255 N K Linh . I :bid gun. 5.55 nw! In K . ... 54 .F if E' Sw A ' ' 'L"' -W ' 71 vez? 55355253 Q N V Bobby James Milton Monk Nettle Nixon Q nur' I 4 flhbx 5 1 .JA - A Rfldney Junell Alvin Hardin Oestreich Peese Pehl Perry Bobby Peterrnann Alfons Priess Kermit Rahe e o N A' if .L,kZ': fee l I 3 QsZi"v- ble.. . 4. Q A Calvin Ran sleben C6155 K 4. - X Y A . , ,""-Mg. 'N f7unI..L Q Billy Roeder I .-'fi Julie Jay Jeanie Rossman Ristau , Pix 1. A W Q- 19-ig. F? .V -I li Morris , Gerald Janey Schaefer Schmidt Schmidt ,as Clara David Thelma Jo Andrew Schmidt Schumacher Simonds Smith gc ,- FD 0 FD N QM fi ff R 1 in I it X: k L 'atricia Barbara Clemie Ethel Suzie Smith St. Clair Stein Sublett Tomlinson mf 4Qf"5"2 Q 4. ' fQ "' Quinlan -umm, .E Nag.-A, ..T. ' Lg Y' 4-...ll V x X vf' 5. I -N f,-.1 '.. . -44. .H xx W. ' - X i 13: wQ NSDOPAOIYIOPQ Q55 lCel'5 Reading QLEFT TO RIGHTI, Robert fmmel, vice-presidentg Patsy Danz, treas- irerg Robert Feuge, s e c r e ta r yg and Lee Meyer, president, Showin g good qualities of leadership, :hese officers have directed the Sophomore Class through the past year. Sopdomore Cifaii auorife.4 Elizabeth Sieckrnann andE,W. Hallford, because of their pl e a s i n g personalities, were particularly favored and admired. 1 C6155 .3 F I Thomas Adolph Adams Bernhard WN, ,J Z" --- Christian Alfons Annie Marie Behrends Brodbeck Brodbeck Jimmie Cipiana Ma ynette Elaine Burrier Castillo Cox Crenwelge F umfxsfq f , A '- is-QN MIN 'C' '57 Patsy Ann Delia Milburn Darlene Lynette Danz Davidson Dearing Delz Dittmar . ..4 g Y ,--,-...- K Mar ian Thomas Doebbler Doebbler 'Harp' .s. Q i Patrick Rose Lee DuBray Engel Kay Evers Mary Ann Kay Helen Robert Fiedler Foster Friedrich Feuge CAM Jeannette Bobby Charles Felix E,W Gold Grossman Haas Hahn, Jr. Hallford of ,59 Dorothy Annabelle Hannenmann Hartmann 3.95 Bonnie Sue Shelby John Henry Hein Hitchcock Holland qv 'f 1 1 If "' A Bernice Betty Jean Alton Robert Houy Icke Immel Immel Y" we as Al A A Jeannette Harold Ruth Clayton Gloria Itz Jobes Jost Klein Klein C655 Harvey Curtis Klein Klett ,. : i It 1 Kenneth Ralph Clayton Klier Klier Klinksiek Helen Marie Myrtle Car olyn Shar on Gwen Kramer Kramer Langehennig Leifeste Lorenz ff' Cecil Charles Lee Larry Alice Loudon Meyer Meyer Mc Williams Mueller 0 ,59 Vernell Pfieffer Q Polly Ann Clara Moellendorf Nagel Ella Mae Kathryn Hilgar Ottmers Ottmers Pantermuehl T: .b yi 1 I i t ' JMX ,Q - ' K rr i QQl : l 1 ' Q3 s ' . if William ldabelle Jo Ella Poehlmann Rode Rode r-1 Dorothy Obert Le ola Victoria Elber ta Rogers Sagebiel Schmidtzensky Schneider Schuch Charles Elizabeth Ann Schumann Sie ckmann Larry Billy Smlth Stafford Celeste Walker Y Mark Wiesel' k0.'4' unior 661.45 O icera These officers, Annette Dolezal, sec- etaryi Dan Hartmann, presidentg Skipper lurnme, vice-presidentg Lois Gellermann, 'easurer, pr oving to have dependability md le ade r ship in previous years, were Lected to guide the Junior Class. unfor 6fa55 auorifea Horner Kla e r n e r and Ruby Nell Senff were unanimously chosen be c a u s e of the respect and consideration the y showed to- ward their classmates. G55 Marion Vernon Lee Ahrens Ahrens V4 iw f X tr" Clin ton Sa muel Reinhard Alberthal Baethge Bartos 3 'X Q K RW Q X Wg. W--....,-,,. . Mar y Jane Flora Le ster Delilah Behrend Behrends Behrends Birck Kenneth Shirley Lanne Ken Larry Birck Boos Brehmer Burgess Burrer CAM Judy Dorman Burrier Crenwelge Joyce Leola Lorence Crenwelge Crenwelge Crenwelge ' Q ,ia f ' if .V . t. - .... K J fi A -a . . - ..., K V -V ki W., .E - - g ri K- A L , ,QL .":'- Q f Q 1- J E ' 1 ' r. V ,, K A k g 1 -- X 'V ' fr K 'V Q an 5 W R 35, , ,S ,. . 1 1 J 4 4 A :SA 'f -- K vnu 41 ' , J' ai -J 1 ' 5 1' A .K . , Q t rr r 1 . ., 0, 1 5 9,4 c ' 4 4 -. N ,555 LX Q ,, :Q-53 -f J -J gm D r 4' .t , , Q ' , ,gg ,Z A- u A,f Lonnie Carolyn Arthur Conrad Davis Dearing Dietrich Doebbler ' J J 35 'V , lg' W Q f -IE E 1 awww-nv .Ai I . .f Annette Kermit Milton Clifford Joyce Dolezal Eckert Edwards Ernst Feller 0 ,58 -hr .aww , 1 M F. cz E i f iw 1 Harvey Friedrich iQa,, x ,f " F C' Qs, f Kenneth Virginia Gold Gunn 515-dli .7411- ' 'S Betty Elton Ford Friedrich 5 . W ' g ' ,- Joyce Lois Friedrich Gellerman Florine Raymond Hagel Hagel Gloria Dan Dora Jimmy Betty I-Iahne Hartmann Helmersl Hohenberger . Hohmann ,J Mark Imogene Hohmann Huebner -Q. .,-f tt' i 1 -.. . Q? A -1 . , . -s . n Pm F iff!! v n , U -WJ Homer Guenther Virginia Klaerner Klein Klinksiek ,af Jeanne Barbara William Carolyn Knopp Kott Kott Kramer CAM Charles Patricia Elna Krieger Kuenemann Kuhlmann Jimmy Kuhlmann Travis Langehennig Arlene - Alfredo Lochte Lopez X? ,mf Florine Donnie Freddy Luedke Malone Malone ,Qm,,zw1,a5,r..,.. 4 ' Mike Evelyn Julia Pat Matranga Mazinke Mazinke McCloskey 1: V ' ' '1. f . if A .4 X x I in . : 2 h """" Barry Daniel Charles Douglas Victor MCI-Ialek Moellering Mumme Nettle Nugent Jeannette Be tty Oehler Oestriech js. ?"N"w- "!!'..'JF Nolan Wilbert Kathryn Ottmer s Ottmer s Pee se """"h, Q"""" 'Na Archie Dorothy Betty Jean Kermit Pfeiffer Reeh Roberts Rosenbusch Ar thur Ruby Nell Sagebiel Senff 'uuulull' Diana Betty Ruby Siefert Smith Solbrig is 0 '58 V- -1 ,, 'X' a li j " S" J .,, Q . N TT , ' ,A . . Qoreta Bernice Weed Wehmeyer ewel Gerald Walgehausen Wendel Kenneth Ve rnell Sublett Sultemeier sf' 5 3' Judy Rosalie Ellen Teitz Wahl Walter 1 1 I ,da .. x .9 Merlene Weirich Reinhard !Wehmeyer Henry Welge Q' In Key lx- i 1 - .11 Maren Donald Virginia Westerfeldt Wisian Wunderlich l 3 Laugh Laugh Junior History Class makes recording for Laugh Radio program to be presented for PTA Program. 33255 mgnnulilll-Z J nn lc fl, V . f R M E Q , li 4""l o i 11: K V 3. Annette Dolezal and Pat sy - Kuennemann fix hearts for ig ix J if Sweetheart Party. K . 'xx '57 '- ' i Junior girls before and during one of their many slumber parties. Jewel and Judy Juniors have regular TGIF Mary and Skipper love get trapped in Club meeting. a parade. mud' mv wggv .9 gr -'ggikffiz f- -.bw Q on '-""T'f',j2" 134' -IU' -.. Mia Q, X- ' N1 The Seniors have worked and built throu E school years and now are ready to use the blueprints of the life thev have prepared. xii 1555, r Y u g . 4' as V1 r A w V Q ' vw' gy 42 t '32 W If 1 3 - pl ,,l aims! L 4'-'f l enior 66155 ACGIH! LEFT TO RIGHT, Sidne y Ellebracht, presidentg Bobby H e in e n, vice-presidentg Mildred Klinksiek, secretaryg Louise Feuge, treasurer, Much responsibiltiy was placed in our hands, and under the le ader ship of our Senior Class Officers, it was handled well. . . f Q yi 5--1 'F' 4 "4 Q 3 an L.,k enior auorife5 LEFT TO RIGHT, Alton Herbort, Dalton Herbort, and Colleen Lewis, The sparkling personalities of our senior cl a s s favorites have done much to lighten and brighten our days here at FHS. They were wonderful and we'1l never forget them. CJ is RUDY ARHENS FFA Choral MILTON BIRCK Tennis FFA Choral lug- Cifau o ,57 VARNITA BARTHOLMAE Basketball, Choral Homecoming Queen Nom. Yearbook Co-editor 'us Nd" LORENE BRODBECK FHA Band DECA CURTIS CAMERON Football Basketball FFA President '55 SYLVIA CRENWELGE President FHA-'56 Pep Squad FBLA LENNAH JO BAETHGE Pep Squad FHA Choral BEVERLY BOENING Cheerleader-'55 Homecoming Queen Nom, Pep Squad CAM MELVIN DITTMAR FFA Track Football WALTER CRENWELGE Band Ir . Historians Yearbook Staff SIDNEY ELLEBRACHT CAROL GELLERMAN DECA , FHA Pep Squad Spanish enior Class pres, Zlas s Favorite '54 'rack, FFA V19- ANNETTE GOLD Cheerleader '57 Cla.s,s Favorite '56 Homecoming Queen Nom. LOTTIE HELEN GOLD Cheerleader '57 Choral Sweetheart '56 Basketball, FHA -Q1-UW' HENRY DIETZ DECA Spanish Club LOUISE FEUGE Senior Class Treas. Yearbook Staff spanish Club, FBLA -FU? 'D JOYCE GRONA Campus Comet Co-Editor Homecoming Queen Nom. Jr. Hist. Sweetheart ,pm fxii vw? Nhat' 0 ,57 JAMES HARTMANN Lone Star Farmer Band, Sgt. at Arms Stage Band fix in ,ts . nas---" X RUBY HELMERS PATSY HEIMANN Class Favorite '55 Student Council Drum Major '5- Ali 'nl' .dandy RO SHELL HENKE Flag Bearer FHA, FTA Spanish Club ALTON HERBORT FFA Baseball Football CR -N If DARLINE HARTMANN Pep Squad FBLA Yearbook Staff - f BOBB Y I-IEINEN Football Tennis FFA ' s 19 4'1" DALTON HERBORT FFA Baseball Football Al' C1255 HENRIETTE HOHMANN if----' Cheerleader '55 Choral Sweetheart '55 Class Secretary '56 JOHN IMMEL FFA Tennis . ,qs 'inadv- if JOHN DAVID HODGES FFA Choral Club DECA BETTY ANN I-IOUY 'I-lA, Band 'BLA r, Historians EMMIE LOU ITZ FHA Pep Squad Future Nurses LEROY JENKE Student Council Spanish Club Slide Rule Club DAR LENE HOU Y Basketball Pep Squad FHA , FB LA ' ee . if it 56:19-' x I JOYCE JOST Yearbook Staff Student Council FTA Songleader f el JIMMY KE LSO FFA 1 i can-1 KEITH KELLER FFA Basketball Student Council Q...--..-nf' 'V EMMA JANE KLAERNER Pep Squad Secretary Campus Comet Editor Student Council 'Q' MILDRED KLINKSIEK Senior Class Secretary Pep Squad DECA DAYTON KRAMER Band President '56 DECA FBLA Q .r"T" ARKEY JUENKE FFA Choral ' x KERMIT KLA ERNER FFA FTA Yearbook Staff 'Q' 41 if . KW "V -49"-'lg ESTHER KRAMER COLLEEN LEWIS CLARA LOCHTE Library-Arms, FBLA Student Council FHA, DECA Future Nurses Pep Squad, FHA FBLA K' we 'S 59 vIv' ALTON MOEHLE JOE MOELLENDORF BESSIE MUELLER FFA, DECA Pres, '57 I2 EVIE MUELLER WILBERT MUELLER BETTY NAGEL 'I-IA, Pep Squad Choral Pep Squad fasketball FFA FHA, DECA dw' fa., FRANK NEFFENDORF AGNES NOVIAN DECA Secretary FHA LOUISE NEFFENDORF Co-Captain of Football Class Favorite '56 Student Council Pres. ""l Spanish Club Library-Anns Tr ea s . FREDDY PETMECKY Co-Captain of Football Class Pres. '56 Nw' Student Council DONALD OT TMERS FFA 'wg j73"T'r' WILB UR PR ESS LER FFA JEANNETTE PRIESS FHA Spanish Club Choral Club WILBURN PEESE FTA Band Yearbook Staff DAVID REICHENAU Student Council Basketball Freshman V. Pres, BARBARA SCHMIDT Ilass Favorite '55 Yearbook Editor Miss FTA Kidd! JOANNA SCHERER Homecoming Queen Pep Squad Treasurer FHA 1 MABLE SCHNEIDER Pep Squad Library Anns Pres. FBLA SAMMIE SEMBRITZKY Head Cheerleader '56 Football Sweetheart Homecoming Queen Nom, KATHRYN SMITH Mesa Layout Editor FFA Sweetheart '56 Student Council Q0 Sv"'--wr EVELYN RIBA FHA Pep Squad BERYL SCHMIDT DECA Reporter Homecoming Queen Nom. RICHARD SMITH Pres. Spanish Club 57 WAYMON ST. CLAIR DECA President '56 Football Student Council K 7 o 57 PET E SPR INGA LL Band FFA Slide Rule Club ELMER TA TSCH FFA FBLA President '57 DECA SHIRLEY TREIBS Band Sweetheart Student Council Yearbook Staff RUBY LEE USENER Yearbook Staff Campus Comet Staff LEON SPAETH FFA German Club Track - So 'uv A --it o X KERMIT SULTEMEIER Football FFA DECA Vice-President DOROTHY VANDE VEER ibrary-Anns Pres. HA PGP Squad earbook Staff OLIN WEISS Jr, Historian Pres. Tennis, Spanish Club Student Band Director Cfaaa o ,57 GENE WARDEN FHA Sweetheart Sports Manager Football K ROB ER T WILKE DECA New Student IPR WILLIAM WILKE Football Track German Club MARTHA VIRDEN Student Council FHA Treasurer '55 Pep Squad BERTA ANN WELGE Class Favorite '54 Band FHA, FTA Yearbook Staff WAYNE ZIMMERMANN FFA, TCHHIS Football Yearbook Staff 5 Vllll x A-ing .-in ' 5 3 .l 2 . Q 2 i E Q Lb.M6 1 7L" 3 E Q Z 1 , A 2 2 HOMECOMING QUEEN NOMINEES, L, TO R.: Annette Gold, Beryl Ann Schmidt, Varnita Bar- tholrnae, Joyce Ann Grona, Beverly Boening, Joanna Scherer, and Sammie Sembritzky, W f fix-wi' C rowned Queen, Joanna Wallace Ottmers, F.H,S, Exe S President, pre- Scherer, stands at the throne hold- sents Homecoming Queen her crown, ing her bouquet. l omecoming ueen oanna .SJCAWW if GL : . U' 1' ' 'F fx 'E ermif Suhemeier pep .gjquaal .Nero If IQ Q.-i Q .HW M 5? Y' 1 'Za is , E 51.31 Sri N-In IGH fda SweefA Sammie Sem Arif 37' 745 ' 1 A wif LL'-' qv! 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W H u 5 4 5 Q 9 ' ,. gftj f-,-:A f , wr .lfhf -65 The games we have entered in have not been primarily for fun, but an investment in the building of strength, character, and sportsmanship, preparing us for the day we will have to think quickly, act quickly, and judge the results. V 'Q M , ,.. X N, ., ,:rf's,,. -im -Y . . apr. ,f mg,.,,,Q in ,eg , . if ..- Q :v'uff-....-.L ,t,5"'.'vr-av 'Y M-'-'A - 4 -- . s,,, 3-L' Q, ,wwf K 'iw M if "A, A A " -- VM Xfwwsiwxfef'-'www 1' 1 ' iw' - 1' NH' ' rj L Q. l. fsl""LQ7Ql,,"g--ij. .wg f :gil w,xi3sjsq.'.g4,,w5,"ffr',v' , ,. "' 5-3,5 :fx Inf .gf ai N , + X, i ' f Yw:Fgf??5K w35""' A' ' 4' - , , fK.'3-Qu:'M."kf2 IQ. QM il x- K' . 'jfyigffi .1 W' ,nl-g " "m4, t r V 4 -s,,u,A3,x Vina? N, ""Q,:g ,ln 5 k - b 'Gus 5 gg n." wr'-XQNXYK-k,,s .. fi K . ,ZiA..z , 'l 3"':'L.f N, :, n x. y s X ' i i1ff5'tf4f'e.lT' 1- tint-:tf,:f+ee w-:."'.1'fs"-'54 he ' '9:C.f'::l:Q"iNC'fA'izt'l?'- 4 11'-fam 1'fMf fn'3't-vaizwffs-it-1'n2t-.'4"-'. We s 'diem : - r ,M . F A W . 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SUJS Jqhfflffhej SEASON'S RECORD FBG 13 Mason 19 FBG 26 Lanier Sa 14 FBG 21 New Braunfels 26 FBG 60 Junction 14 FBG 14 San Marcos 47 FBG 47 Carrizo Springs 14 FBG 32 San Saba 6 FBG 26 Brady 47 FBG Z1 Burnet 6 FBG 21 Lampasas 20 2' There Here There Here Here Here There There Here Here V' F. Neffendorfled the Billies to Znd place in their District. He made All-Di s t. , All-Central Texas and Honorable Mention in A11-State football. N K. Sultemeier W, St. Clair F. Petmecky S. Mumme All-Dist. End A11-Dist. Center All-Dist. Tackle A11-Dist. Halfback J. Kuhlmann fnot shown, made A11- Dist. Tackle. Managers are an important part of a football team. These capable man- agers, Raymond Hagel, Gene Warden, head managerg Hardin Perry, and Jay Duderstadt have contributed much to the success of our team. 'I Il "Sl yn k IE! .Zvi K sax' gn' 4 , -I 'Q . 5' 5 , D - ,S N ' Q Q .4': . ' M QV, ,L I 41, . 11" . A, g ' fr F' 'iv' Hillbilly Backs, Arthur Dietrich, Curtis Cameron, Frank Neffendorf, and Skipper Mumme, These backs, with the aid of half-back Dittmar, were responsible for the 281 points scored during the entire 1956 football season, round left end for one of his four Quarterback Cameron running around left end .ight half- back Dittmar is getting in the Lampasas game. W 'A l M, 1 U wo1t,'lV. -W amz pw, ..,-- .' HM 'u' -w . A . Y, , L . ij? ?'x"'.L ,a sw'-OUR Hillbilly Linernen, LEFT TO RIGHT: Curtis Mohr, Charles Krieger, Jimmy Kuhlmann, Billy Stafford, and Homer Klaerner. M .v cf , it if L ff, Hillbilly tackled as he m J-vsiff ' Qc anaged to make yard- age against Lanier Voks. Hillbillies line up for a first down attempt against the Junction Eagles. ' U- s ,Q e .X xl, I 44, ,Q in ' ,959 I. 'gf 3. 4 ,23 " ev, '43 w' i S I ' N, 4 f 5 K ' ' ffm aw' ,Q -, ef- s " g. Y H 1 V. 0 I - Jil' x ' 1 f' BL.-,,ggLsQ1Q'Ii n ,H .-44 , -.. S X .ff ,. if "' A .Q 7 .4 " i un'O'NV -Q Aw! ,w'f'S.,:,a.S- ma- .M ,. . , ,. A Q , K z . . , , V LmA4 A A ,H N V.. . J - xf'sv-wh fu ff? .QW W' ..' if :ffm '?i"1"f'fw'f-12.2. r . in H , ' s W - -if-L . W.r.gzk -MHWF. .JY -l Waymon St. Clair, Harvey Wayne Zimmer mann , an 5. 5' Friedrich, Milburn Dearing, Freddy Petmecky, Alfons Brodbeck and Hillbillies lined up to Braunfels game, 1 W ww if V , ' 'xh- '13-il, i?'v5"1f " ' Al r i-vi f - vw F-M-1 r Q59 mmm ,Yi NA., g A 4 .Q 4-wg., H, ,'4'12 -' 'WW 3' .f"'ng,M3',,. A f:f"f'w4 l' .1 K 'i V . ,M K M , g ,,.,, W Ji 1, .J .. 4 H54 .5-5 WQNA F xh 1 hx? '-'. '1'- pint ww., M, ffl ,F ,X ' yi V ' Fullback Neffendorf tackled in season opener at Mason. S 0 3 F y 2 1 Q fy g X , V I Q 'fl l, K Q.-K 1. 1? My .L g 4 , ttyc J C y y ' 3 ' I 0 i v F " F2 F My E ' .Y rf I 5 A rr f -. f R, 1 fr-M Q ! 4 1 'IN' F' . In ' if Aa' F 2 Backfield Coach, Fritz Loeffler, with some of his backfield boys, KNEELING LEFT TO RIGHT: Alton I-Ierbort, Melvin Dittmar, Clyde Woerner, and Dalton Herbort. Other boys stand in background. Somewhere beneath this pile-up is Arthur Dietrich struggling to make some yardage in the San Marcos game. Linemen Petmecky, Friedrich, Brod- beck and Heinen getting ready to block for Mumme on a punt return in the Lanier game. xjv Qi A ef ,M 1 .4 S 3 1 X' if Y oach Quillian and manager Joanna Scherer heck score book to see which girls will ztter. "Susie" Bartholmae Guard 1 letter "Hank" Hohmann Guard Z letters Honorable Mention Dorlene Houy Guard Z letters All-District Y n G Ti ,J "Sam" Sembritzky Forward 3 letters Lottie Gold Forward 1 letter All-District EMLPII5 SCOPE! I-T1-I T Betty Nagel Forward Joyce Grona Forward 1 letter "Bobbie" Schmidt Forward 3 letters Honorable Mention I I I G' nl Emma Jane Klaerner TOWN Comfort Johnson City Dripping Spr Comfort Center Point Junction Junction Mason Eldorado Mason '9'Burnet '0fLampasas '9fBrady 'San Saba Eldorado "'Burnet '5'Lampasas '9'Brady '5'San Saba Q THEY WE Z4 Z1 Z0 43 30 46 29 21 33 48 59 44 36 40 19 32 Z3 26 51 39 37 46 37 27 Z3 55 37 33 27 33 13 Z5 34 40 2.3 47 40 35 Forward 1 letter JOYCG JOSf Guard , rf I ' Mig' f WX' w b Ah 1 ,LLLL V V k N A, I al Q K 1 I l gl AX I Coach G e rald Gunnels and Manager Gene Wa r de n look at some of the scores of games of the Billies. M, TOWN Comfort Junction Comfort Johnson City San Marcos Johnson City Llano San Marcos Junction Mason Eldorado Mason '9'Burnet Lampasas '9'Lampa.sas "'San Saba Eldorado 'Burnet "'Lampasas 4'Brady 'San Saba gagfefga SCORES THEY WE 26 30 34 24 34 31 37 18 61 26 38 32 23 30 62 24 48 40 59 41 74 37 53 34 53 27 62 41 51 39 22 35 30 31 44 38 45 20 50 62 34 56 Neffendorf t a k e s ball at toss up in Langehennig goes up after ball to pre- vent s c o r e in Lam- pasas game. Burnet game . winning score made by Reichenau. i zo. 1- its CL T l I, , X, 1 ,-.. i Curtis Cameron Freddy Petmecky Robert Feuge Guard Guard Guard RQ? V W' A- ix, ,M 1 FRONT ROW, L. TO R.: James Nettle, Billy Stafford, Martin Wendel, Curtis Moldenhauer BACK ROW: Coach Charles Simmons, Morris Schaefer, Milburn Dearing, Hilger Pantemuehl Charles Kuenernann, Ronald Borchers, and Tommy Biles, 5 Kermit Rahe Keith Keller Forward Guard ,fx Kgf 2 Q QQLA VT ff" ,mf Q,,,,,J jf X 4 ., L ,,,j,a,v W, WT? I K9 wwf Xlfffl .x-. 'X A - flwxwlkx '-exit ir 21' Xi?-1 r '47 -iq...-.4-.. , ,fr-fgnfz.?Qzf1ff Dan Hartmann Frank Neffendorf, Jr, Forward Center i...r- David Reichenau Guard Travis Langehennig Forward Lois Gellermann, Kay Evers, and Susie Bar- tholmae compose the FHS Girls Tennis Team. Ken Burgess, Milton Birck, Wayne Zimmer- mann, John Imrnel, Olin Weiss, and Bobby 1 Heinen make up the FHS Boys Tennis Team. K, I, fs Kg 4 1 ,fo K i l V, 'IJ Y' .. 'KL 1' -" fs .4 5 C, ibYi.fAff,r If A Q. 2 I 1 1 4 -. V., rx V' gr ,f yr, Jlf VI if Q J 1 . i y! , j,fJ,f fx ff J' A ,cj 5 A ff! S "M 1 ft K- X J' 1' 5' 52- . ,nf Af' l.Kr.,x Kr! f ,,. li . , I 1 VV, Ji, ,LY V , it . - . A . - ' I ' 'ii' E , ' . F ,fr fi ,. ,. V, EA . I V , 1 , Q ff, '-vf' ,K Y' ff 1 - . ' A , r ,, , F, .r K. , ,, Q . l l "L"'A . Q 7 F P rf ,Q-',. .1 - ,J . ' '1 I . N ' -' f , Q 6 . , . Q., 'f N' 1"'s v ,f , ' K 5 K ,K k-,.ffNr,?w,.AV frfvfflfi ,g Mx. is? 5 4 'N Coach Templeton congratulates Bobby Heinen and Milton Bir ck who have just won a first place trophy for Senior Boys' Doubles. 4 ww Lois Gellermann and Kay Evers, FHS Senior K , ,gi -' 1 EQ 1 f'fKKf,r Girls' Doubles, talk over the coming tennis ' lg ,meeii a ff get ff' lill ir , 'Ky if Ni K - KK, iflia 1 , . mac es f if if K of My . e'f we-L..f 4 ff' . ,, we signs" ' v. K 'i Olin Weiss, number one boys' singles of FHS, is practicing his serve. 6 'Z ri T1 3 vit x ' A4 5 x 'P' w r JV 'Li i:1fi7""':"Tf- -- ffl ,gag - . kX,,sx A t t -6. ,,. K4 , 5 fs '. I -.a ,Q Susie Bartholmae, Senior girls' singles of FHS, warms up for the District meet. 'wld 6' V gif' 'mb L- Coach Logan Templeton is pictured above with the tennis te ams that demonstrated their tennis playing ability in various tournaments during the year. Coach Johanson gives his baseball boys some advice about hitting. They are L to R Travis Langehennig, Dalton Herbort, Coach Johanson, Clayton Klein, Alton Herbort and Curtis Cameron S. Hartmann, C. Moldenhauer, and T. Biles are ready to play in their first Hillbilly game. ajegdff jean! Hillbilly Baseball Sc he dule Billie s 2:3 1:5 2 23 13 :lc 3 :!1District games Lampasas Burnet Comfort Comfort Mason Burnet 'Y U xl . Milburn Dearing, Douglas Nettle, Alton Herbort, Charles Schumann, Dalton Herbort and Curtis Cameron are waiting for the signal from Coach to start the 1957 Hillbilly Baseball season. .tm ' 1 ' A my -A 'Y x 'i F' M'- 5 ff 5 ' 'S U i K W N +2 33 'Q-D! .9 Q A ,nys Q to A 5? ff ...,,M 5 y . ' . H X 3 I Are-4??'sQ...?fga'j,-.,., K , , '14 .Q Q, T. Doebbler a Soph. Prospective players for next year include C. Kueneman, H. Nettle, ntheF.H,S. Team. G. Klein. STANDING L. to R. K. Rahe, C. Alberthal, E.W. Hall- ford, A. Dietrich, C. Haas, and J. H. Holland. Q My 1' 9.3 The following boys are those who participated in various track and field events. STANDING LEFT TO RIGHT: Arthur Dietrich, Keith Keller, William Wilke, Alfons Brodbeck, Sidney Elle- bracht, Frank Neffendorf, Melvin Dittmar, Homer Klaerner. KNEELING: Billy Stafford, Clyde Woerner, Adolph Bernhard, Charles Schumann, Robert Weed, Walter Kirchner, Henry Welge, and Tommy Biles. flat ,J These four boys composed the relay team Sidney Ellebracht and William Wilke were that won first place in the 2800 yard relay at outstanding trackmen, having participated in Lockhart. the regional meet. Sidney qualified for State. gm 55545 EHCL 555 C Q Cffiefwl 3 JUN 33 iCL mmm THE HAPP THE PREDERICKSBURG HIGH SCHOOL MIXED CHORUS CHORUS PERSONNEL presents THE HAPPY WANDERER JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM MONDAY, MARCH llth 8:00 P, M, Hilmar Wagner, Director Y VVANDERER , . . ...sings ol the life he loves - ' Vani " Travi When Over Sunlit Paths .,.,,.,.,,. . Ridge-Moller .. . . . Ridge Moller While Strolling Through the Park .......,.... . Arr. Swift De Animals A-comin' .....,..,....., and the loves ol his lite - Come to the Fair .......,.. lulida Polka ......,......,......... about whom he sometimes has a sober Without a Song .........,..,..,.... The Blue Tail' ............,....,... INTERMISSION in our country in the south - Old Man River" .....,..... Kentucky Babe ..... ..... Oklahoma ..... ,... and across the sea - Finlandia ,...,... . . . Arr. Bartholomew , .. Taylor-Martin . .....,. Arr. Tolbert second thought - . . . Vincent Youmans Arr. Ole Ryg .. Kern-Hammerstein ... . . . . . Geibel-Buck Rodgers-Hammerstein Sibelius, Arr. Reibold . . sings of his faith - The Lord's Prayer .,.,....,....., .... M alotte, Arr, Deis Prayer from Hansel and Gretel .,,. . in America - Goa Bless America ....,...... ,, . . . . ...,.. Humperdinck Berlin, Arr. Ringwald America the Beautiful . . . . . ........... Ward, Arr, Wilson ta Bartholmae, soloist Ioanna Scherer, Accompanist s Langehennig, soloist Baethge, Lennah Jo Bartholmae, Varnita Behrend, Mary Jane Birck, Bernice Birck, Darlene Birck, Delilah Birck, Kenneth Burrier, Jimmie Castillo, Cipiana Crenwelge, Joyce Crenwelge, Lawrence Crenwelge, Leola Edwards, Milton Fiedler, Mary Ann Foster, Kay Gold, Lottie Helen Grossman, Bobby Hahne, Gloria Hallford, E. W. Hartmann, Dan Henke, RoShell Herbort, Alton Herbort, Dalton Huebner, Imogene Icke, Betty Jean Jost, Ruth Juenke, Arkey Knopp, Jeannie Kuenemann, Charles Kuenemann, Patsy Kuhlmann, Elna Langehennig, Travis Leifeste, Sharon Lopez, Alfredo Mazinke, Evelyn Mazinke, Julie McCloskey, Pat Mumme, Skipper Nagel, Clara Ottmers, Kathy Priess, Jeanette Rahe, Kermit Rode, Idabelle Rode, Jo Ella Rogers, Dorothy Rossmann, Julie Scherer, Joanna Schneider, Victoria Simonds, Thelma Jo Smith, Kitty Stafford, Billy 3.11.3 BMJ 1 fuwf -6 , fb fy . ANNETTE DOLEZAL KAY EVERS Majorette Head Majorette PATSY HEIMANN Drum Major Mg, S1- 3 . . Q, X 11 1 . X , S ' ' x .5 V Q 5 A ,Q x , fs .Q 1 y G ii - ' ,x f , fs i 22 S If 5 A ,. f ew 'ix' If , X ' ae X l ' 1 s f f fs' ' ' .3 . V.: - 'I iff , ' i .y X If V ,f" Student director, Olin Weiss, is chosen E.W. Hallford, presidentofband, presents outstanding bandsman of 1957. Shirley Treibs, band sweetheart, with bouquet. Flutes Lu Ellen Nagel Clemie Stein Laney Tomlinson Jane Evers Pat Springall Tyra Cox Oboe Delia Davidson Bassoon Betty Jo Koch Bass Clarinets Patsy Heimann Jeanie Heimann Alto Saxes Mayncttc Cox RoShell Henke Kenneth Sultemeicr Tenor Sax Elizabeth Sieckmann Baritone Sax Pete Springall Eb Clarinet Bonnie Hein Bb Clarinets Patsy Kuenemann Shirley Treibg Annette Dolezal Elaine Crenwelge Susie Tomlinson Iris Itz Verdie Meyer Elberta Schuch Freda Thompson Janey Schmidt Dorothy Behrends Jackie Filter Wayne Feller Lorene Brodbeck Bernice Wehmeyer Vcrnell Pfeiffer Helen Kramer French Horns Bernice Houy Carolyn Kramer Sharon Virden Ellen Walter Wilhurn Peese Bell Lyre Anabell Hartmann Comets 84 Trumpets E. W. Hallford Rodney Klett Kermit Rahe Charles Kuenemann Martin Wendel Gary Enderlin Ronnie Borchers Frank French Trombones Olin Weiss Walter Crenwelge Don Nagel Mary Frances Ersch Gerald Schmidt Hardin Wunderlich Baritones Bruce Kowert James Hartmann Basses Dan Hartmann Dorman Crenwelge Percussion Maren Westerfeldt Kay Evers Paul Hartmann Yvonne Bernhardt Mary Lou Bartholma Betty CFEHWGISG is presented wlth a Betty Houy Majorettes 41... r W" Ll l 1 . 1 ,y 4- Q M ..4.,,..., ., - , A . ,. . . , ,,,,..i li director of F, H, S, Band, gift by Drum Major and BandOfficers, L. TO R: Olin Weiss, student directory James Hartmann, sergeant-at-armsg Annabe1Hartmann, treasurerg Shirley Treibs, secretaryg E.W. Hallford, presidentg Pete Springall and Dan Hartmann, Vice-presidents. 2' iggmg-5f',' L. X K ' , A ' .' 1- A"'Wss, ., , 530+ ' F,H,S, Band in formation during half time performance. 2 .A P a ts y Kuen- nemann twirls for football game. as ,N .., L, Ellen Walter ?""?""9f twirls for Band. RoShe11 Henke Susie Tomlinson Band Dir e c to r Wagner gives Flag Bearer for Assistant Drum Major instructions to Band. FHS Band n conznxas Assn Siu alenl orsvunznr coun cats A Sane natal, ounci Councilmembers Martha Virden, Charle s Haas, Douglas Reichenau, Virginia Gunn attend State Meeting of Student Councils in Galves- ton Mrs. Rowntree, spon- sor, joins group for a get-to- gether at state meeting. A ' . K I N X W i f' M f X , X XXs f x! X N Q David Reichenau and Lottie Gold Martha vir Frank Neffendorf' Presi' den, Susie Bartholmae sing dent' Sad Panel in Student for District meeting. assem Y' 't-N 2 N I N 5.1. FHS Stage Band with Mr. Wagner directing plays for the Hill Country District Meeting of Student Councils. F! 'It R .ml aw rf' ft' f :Q apt P 'sf ,. .fa up-M . td xl TOP ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: E. Wunderlich, J. Peese, K. Keller, D. Hannemann, J, Rode, R, Wahl, J. Ristau, O. Ellebracht, J, G1-ona, M. Wunderlich, V. Schneider, V. Sultemeier, P. Danz, D. Reeh. SECOND ROW: K. Curry, J. Mogford, E. Sublett, J. Gold, D. Rogers, R. Solbrig, D. Helmers, A. Brodbeck. FIRST ROW: J. Feller, J. Burrer, C. Dearing, B. Kott, B., Hohmann, D. Hartmann, C. Castillo. CHEERLEADERS, LEFT TO RIGHT: G. Klein, L. Gold. S' Sembrifzky. 77 Joyce Ann Grona, Vice-Pres. , and Barbara Cheerleaders boost school spirit during Sc hrnidt, Pres. , pr e s ent Pep Squad Hero pep rally in High School Gym. Kermit Sultemeier, with gift, 3,J.i5i l9.,, ,mf TOP ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: K. Smith, M. Virden, V. Bartholmae, S. West, J. Itz, B. Boening, C. Lewis, K. Foster, B. Schmidt, M, Behrends, J. Freiedrich, E, Kuhlman, I. Huebner, J. Jost, SECOND ROW: S. Boos, V. Klinksiek, L, Baethge, M. Scherer, H. Hohmann, B. Schmidt. THIRD ROW: B. St. Clair, B. Mauldin, D. Van De Veer, E. Klaerner, E. Itz, B. Nagel, V. Wunderlich, F. Behrends. CHEERLEADERS, LEFT TO RIGHT: A. Gold, J. Welgehausen. Joanna Scherer, Treasurer, and Emma Jane llarner, Secretary, p r e s ent Miss Gwendolyn Quillian, sponsor, with gift. Sc Spjr. ehes It befor?-I' Student garb S b Ss 008 . tin 8 SC 1200 1 ua e ffl lgtlierfea Jud Annette Gold Lottie Gold Sammie Sembritzky Head Cheerleader Gloria Klien Jewel Welgehausen SVS ADS Hifi IEW Four Year Senior Pep Squad Members jufure omemalfera of .xdmerica President Maynette Cox is seen sharing the cake, which the Homemaking girls made, with the club Sweetheart, Gene Warden. I wb ' 74 of :I K 'gg . E209 6 . ..- 5' an xo P X .Nfw X-KO? 2 Q AM EOIFIICA OFFICERS, L, TO R.: E. Crenwelge, song leaderg B. Crenwelge, pianistg D. Vande Veer public relationsg S. Dietz, historiang F, Hagel, treasurerg M. Cox, presidentg B. Kott, vice presidentg B. Houy, secretaryg R. Senff, parliamentariang P. Danz, Dist. II, public relations X. ix .Q.7. .'.". ,ir-,Vi sip'-ykqilkv T . 1 v .- ,v,,.:..'- T .iv I , . 1 gg - : - - 4. 2 "' -M ,H 4 A .' 5,4 - f p - 4 el -. If 41' U I Kirk .'9', "wk" "fn it 'n -i l' ' i 4 if 'Q '. ' i 4' 'A ' lvl. - S ' " , .xg yi!--,Zan --u qvqtfr'-fp., .1 . . - .Q 5- ---.,.,. fl . . O. ...il vw 252 fri 1 Freshman classes of Homemaking served at the Valentine Party. LDTO R,: Mrs. Dietz, freshman room motherg Betty Jo Koch, Yvonne Bernhard, Jeanie Ristau, B e tty Jean Crenwelge, Janey Schmidt, Sandra Dietz, Jo Ann Mogford, Jeannie Heimann, Kay C ur r y, Julie R o s s man, Karen Keller, Barbara St. Clair, and Homemaking spons or, Mrs, Stafford. Also assisting not shown was Mrs. Feller. Home nursing course being demonstrated, Girls serve luncheon to a Mother. sa Sewing and pressing one of the many things taught in home- making, ff CD wa. .Jn Homemaking I girls, Evelyn Wunderlich, Jeanette Gold shows dress made from wool Betty Crenwelge, Jenny Lou Crenwelge model material won at Wool Show, cotton dresses at Style Show. A i? -.i"?.-'sd Barbara Schmidt a cts as commentator for annual Home- making Style Show. Martha Virden, Joanna S c h e r e r, Lorene Brodbeck model wool garments. if oc", x A ,asa .., ,L K , A Q .M,,...4--"M "' V'- Q A ftlmf- , L. , . if .. . 1 . ,. ., vm x. ,N V t. . .. "" -'r' 1. - A . 4 W . mf - is 3 it Q ,,z,.,,,R,.,,Y,NA M . 7' Seventy-eight boys make up the Agriculture Department of FHS. The two directors, Mr. Joe Tatum and Mr. Ken Killion are well known for their outstanding work in Vocational Agriculture. ii' 'S 'iww' 1 Y 5 1 S in S tim f, , it S S R F fwxfiafx 'V' aethge, Ernst and dwar ds won 2nd in pdg ing conte st at San ar c o s, and then on fir st at State eet. if X M Woerner, Hoh- mann and Sage- biel won Znd at State in Meats Judging . Meyer, Irnmel and Ahrens won 2nd in Hill District 5 Q 'x inline A I U In Q 05110 9 upob , 9... fi' if 4, 4 .7-':+Z.t," 1-. '7 N 'I I Q-30 pr .y. ll A 2 :icy ' fb bf! " A T M9 J. ,lv fd Ruby Nell Senff, FFA Sweet- heart, is being shown some of the finer points of ranching by the FFA officers. Reading, L. to R. C. Ernst, A. Sagebiel, K. Burgess, M. Hohmann, M. Edwards, L. Meyer, and S. Baethge. l 1 -31 In A fe Ji ' "im, if v 1 Four judging teams that placed at the Area VII Judging Conte st. Standing with the te am s are advisor s Tatum and Killion. Kenneth Birck and Rudy Ahrens are taking lessons about grass judging from Mr. Tatum. MJ X I S- J 1 it in' K A ,ff I FBLA officers L. to R.: Joyce Grona, vice-presidentp Vernell Sultemeier, secretaryg Elmer Tatsch, presidentg Jewell Welgehausen, treasurer: Lottie Helen Gold, reporter. ertl QA-J umm: V iusmsss A moms l 5 'mzmci' Mrs. MayGold and Mr. Lo- gan Templeton, Sponsors of FBLA. Jeanette Oehler and Virginia Klinksiek receive spelling and vocabulary awards from Supt. Thompson. Members enjoy their annual FBLA breakfast. .S .Lx -ff, ff? Umfauf .Ku Alure erein 1 fy gl T? '-. Q7 Um1autKu1ture Verein Officers, L, TO R.: Thomas Doebbler, presidentg Patsy Danz, treas- urerg Dorman Crenwelge, vice-presidentg Jeanette Oehler, reporterg Judy Tietz, secretary, Members, gue sts, and sponsor, Miss Ella Gold, of the Umlaut Kulture Verein, enjoy a tra ditional Christmas Party. This is one of the newest clubs in our school. Barbara Schmidt, 1956-'57 president, discusses problems of education facing the world of to- morrow. She explains the need for more high school graduates to choose teaching as a career. jufure QGCLQPJ of .xdmerica X K if n 1 A ' ' K 2 A xes H019 Univ L W 'E sw ' x Wilburn Peese obtains actual teaching ex- Senior FTA members and their sponsor, perience by teaching one of the third grades. Esther Mueller, are eager to attend club meeting. 'fn rinse gl' xy 5 ESPHNUL V - 1 0 jlfawia W 322, Senorita Jung watches the Spanish Club members as they learn of Mexico in various ways. STANDING LEFT TO RIGHT: Richard Smith, president, Christian B e h r e n d s, Betty Lou Smith, and Miss Stella Jung. SITTING LEFT TO RIGHT: Dorothy Vande Veer, vice-presidentg Loreta Weed, Maynette Cox, Florine Luedke, reporter, and Vir giniia Klinksiek. The Library-Anns, with their capable sponsor, Mrs, Shirley Goodin, pause in their work to smile at the birdie. LEFT TO RIGHT: Mrs. Goodin, Mable Schneider, presidentg Louise Feuge, sec- retary, Louise Neffendorf, treasurer, Mildred Klinksiek, vice-president, Kathy Ottrners, reporter, Joyce Crenwelge, Virginia Klinksiek, Dorlene Houy, Lynette Dittmar, Clara Nagel, Mable Vollmar, Esther Kramer, Betty Nagel, and Dorothy Vande Veer, x x i Q I ' e 'S 1 I e ' g v m ' x , f, I L : I . .. A A 'J x ,I 5 L , X . v - 5 ' ' f , 1 ,sh Q ' ,1 A fx- ii y . f X s r i Q . Q Q .- e Q . Q "bm ' , 5 in-ii' if ef r "' wr tx f'7 If vi, ' A v . . 4 , ,e--PA WA, -- , , - 5 61 .Cul -, 'auxin-' K K H V Q xx V I 'Si K lv . s , b . 1? ii K N ,N-'w " Distributive Education Club officers and their sponsor. LEFT TO RIGHT: Shirley Treibs, treasurerg Patsy Heimann, reporter: Joe Moellendorf, presidentg Agnes Novian, secretaryg and Gerald Gunnels, sponsor . 4' fb' 'L ' ffl! ' 519, mfr: ufwe ucalzon QQQXK 'fs' 5: , 61 9' Q " cor!! IX w e f f' W iwwmwvi Sli r V' H, ,, , "M" Aa A 11 t'ii' P SHE er 'wr M:'L"3 gm! it i r p no it an-. rf 'Y - - , X y 'W' rrfk - Tcacmuz X . E W-f,,g..f:'Q 1' if Mr. Gunnels points out the importance of good sale srnanship to the Distributive Education Class. unior .jhgiforiana ll gm wifi m 5 lrl Jr. Historian Officers and Room Captains, SEATED, L. TO R.: Ruby Nell Senff, Joyce Grona, Sec.g Virginia Wunderlich, Parl. STANDING: Shelby Hitchcock, Flora Mae Behrends, Elgin Keller, Martha Virden, Vice-Pres. Q JimmyKuhlmann, Emma Jane Klaerner, Reporter, Olin Weiss, Pres.: Dan Hartmann, Treasurer, not shown on the picture. K u , . . f. """"ZJ --3 'AT ., u lu- ya, I .Za iso-- Miss Gold, sponsor, compliments the girls who had articles published in Jr. Historian magazine. They are Shirley Treibs, Lottie Helen Gold and Joanna Scherer. ff + if r .,,,,,,, v , ,.3 Geisha Girls and Co 'K bf, ,,,1Q olies do special acts for Junior-Senior Prom. 4.91 gsm ' 5 .A Mesa Co-editors, Susie Bartholmae and Barbara Schmidt introduce Senior per sonalitie s. E' Junior Room Mothers, Mrs. Friedrich andMrs. Tietz assist sponsors, Miss Gold, Mrs. Goodin, and Mr. Haas serving at Junior-Senior Prom. hm L Juniors who served on the Prom Committees are making one last wish for the success of the Junior-Senior Prom. unior- enior rom Senior Personalities load the Grand March for the 1957 Jr. -Sr. Prom. 4, '1 ' x enior jafenf gow Q Qfivds Talent show opens with en ti r e cast singing "Whatever S enio r girls be g for Will Be Will Be, " L autograph from "Elvis" Rahe . A . Juenke s i n g S Senior Trio sup- "Poor Little Ne11" "You're a Friend" owncomposition. ports K. Srnith's as actedoutbyfour say Kramer and 5010- senior girls. Kelso. Gene Warden portrays Skinny Domino. They can "Can Can, " can't they? S 1 F E E vafenffne weefAearf parfy Sweetheart Court, L, TOR.: Freshman favorites, Mary Bartholmae, Bobby Petermanng Sophomore, E 1 i z ab e th Sieckmann, E,W, Hallfordg Junior, Ruby Senff, Ho me r Klaernerg Senior, Dalton Herbert, Colleen Lewis, Alton Herbortg King William Wilke, Queen Emmie Itz, Student Council President, Frank Neffendorf. Virginia Gunn, Travis Langehnnig, Jr. nominees, .-,J The decorative juniors we re responsible for the beautiful decorations at the Valentine S we e th e a r t s Dance. I x I , "Oni Jo Ann Mogford Patsy Danz Wayne Feller J.H. Holland Fish nominees Soph. nominees 5 ,K 'aii'if I if 4' as if 71 4'Kwf"f,f ,, ,af Ju .1 if V rv 5 I . I li .a',,-Nj 7 A W Q NX x 1. .5 Q' . ' TGP Aj. . 1' ' d',....-- -A KW ' A ig, V .w an f fx k ,K , kggggusa WMM E L5 ,. A 5 Q 3 f W' l f' e' l x.,., E 'S P Pf- 3.1.4. ,3"f' A- 3' u mvE5TOV ,via - W y-- ' , A.. Q X L .51 vm X W 6 , ' if li? , 33 U Viiwgfr 4 an 'M is "Yf'ifk"'5S!9 L' , if im . . ,X .. 9 K ' if ' W jg -y ,W ' .. f iN xx v H ,ky V 4 wy- I V... fi 1 .I -In g 1 EH FQ ge DRIVER'S ED. CLASS learns to handle a car with afirm hand. With their sponsor, Mr Walter, they are, LEFT TO RIGHT: B. Houyp E. Ribag D. Delzg R. Wahlg Mr.Walter5 J Welgehauseng M. Hohmanng E. Itzg J. Immelg J. Scherer: W. Wilkeg and D. Van de Veer More journalists at work taking and typing news. Seniors of ' 57 " Walk hand in hand not one before the other" from Bethany Luther - an Church. Journalism students join in the singing of a Christ- mas carol under the Adventkranz QAdvent Wreathj put up by the Germ an Club. Z.-Q i., 4 .mx , x , yy, , , nw-V fix 1-' Q "nf,-Q. , 1 . P '-fm. V V fa 1 'E ' 5.4 ' ,.-M W W . ' v , s W? wf L' 'Lf - xg , ,gm ' fi "LFE vga: 5' X "Eli Q lj Wir, H. fi.-5' W 2'-T wil. A A. . W-V v .Q 1 Ty. 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As we face the future, we are all Fear not thereforeg for there is nothing vealedg and hid, that shall not be known. to know the faculty and be a by this parting thought: 10 - Z 6 that shall not be re- ' b va call 1g .,,,5,- ' W W an -""' Q Q as F"""'.11u1 f., I U m H 3 L I fv, ' L :F 7 -V 3 ,. I A " ,,w"'1 l 965- -as yg Rfnmdrhbgzhsygskgi I 'Q . 1' ,Nw-0' 'LL ' I i - Y ' , , pi 0,59 xx ' wr Xu-.5 'ng' .1 Q X45 A4 I .,,,gt1-4' Es- ., E " A 5' . ' I' I ' fflilf ga-. I B .,.,,, '55, jr uf ff' ESF' , A A - ' 'M' i 1 B. lnllf 'lb 9 'E fnfofmcnssuna Pususmnc. co,,9., Fneosnucxseunc. TEXAS swf' WESTERN AUTO Associate Stores Tires-Batteries-Seat Covers Appliances -Radios -Paints Sporting Goods Hardware Rubin Tatsch, Owner 150 East Main 'Phone 489W P FREDERICKSBURC DRIVE-IN STATION Conoco Gas and Oil Tires -Tubes -Auto Accessories Washing and Greas ing Clemens Immel Phone IOJ BERG-'S PHARMACY CARRIES A C OMPLE TE LINE OF DRUGS AND SERVES THE PUB LIC IN A MANNER WELL APPRECIATED KAL "I 1 A I, PIONEER VILLAGE RESTAURANT A H B FQOD STORE Specializes in Charcoal Steaks Located on Highway 87 and 290 at West end of Main Street Mr. and Mrs. Otto Zimmermann Proprietors Elura n.. 7 SEGNER'S HEIN CHEVROLET . . . . Your Jeweler Body Repair--Painting Keepsake Diamonds. . .Elgin Watches "OK" Used Cars Crystal and China "Service Is The Difference" I 5 W " 4 EXSTMAII Kohn LQ U, 'T KILMAN STUDIO 105 N. Adarns Phone 212 'ORTRAITURE 8: COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHY 1 Day Photofinishing Service Cameras-Kodak Film-Amateur Supplies I BU ', 'I N - ii' ff JOE A. WEIDENFELLER, Agent MAGNOLIA PETROLEUM CO Office Phone 30 Residence Ph. 519W . -.. . -.--.......l..-ve. ,f -1 I. Ideal Service Station IDEAL SERVICE STATION 402 East Main Street Herman Fisher and Son TEXACO PRODUCTS' - GOODRICH TIRES 24 Hour Service BECKMANN FURNITURE CO . Beckmann Furniture, the store of greate r values, located at 231 West Main, invite s you to come visit their store and see their lines of quality merchandise, h YEL 31 YL ifi Y '15 f N DOD MARKET REDERICKSBURG. TEXAS 'S i Congratulations to the 1957 Seniors WEISS IRRIGATION COMPANY 316 East Main Phone 286W XPLRT AI R o V I BEAUTY SHOP H Phone 885 SPECIALTY V, KRAUSKOPF BROS. John Deere Farm Equipment Aermotor Pump and Windmills Irrigation - Plumbing 312 West Main Phone 314 E, L. WALTER JEWEIJER 128 East Main Phone 489.1 VAPO -BUTANE Butane Sc Propane G Dearborn Heaters Tappan Ranges Phone 272 104 112 S. Llano as MODEL CLEANERS Phone 480-I DRY CLEANING AND PRESSING- MONITE MOTH PROOFING. ENDERLIN FEED STORE Phone 238 Fredericksburg, Texas H. WELGE LEWIS Independent Dealer in Gasoline-Oils Tractor Fuel and Heating Oils Diesel Fuel and Oils ' Mansfield Tires P.O. Box 22 Phone 2.2 IA 1 Y QE E ' .E A f PHOTOGRAMMETRIC 1007 East Main ENGINEERS, INC. Fredericksburg, Texas HOWARD BLACK South Heights Service Station And Grocery Phone 510J' 710 E. Main Fredericksburg, Texas A 8: D MOTORS Automotive and Automatic Transmission Repairs San Antonio Highway Fredericksburg LANGERHANS FLORIST 8: NURSERY Landscaping a Specialty 205 South Elk Street Phone 6Z4J Fredericksburg, Texas XRKET SQUARE SERVICE STATION Magnolia Gas 8: Oil res-Tubes-Auto Accessories Mobilqas Washing and Greasing Phone 307 FRED 'MA THISEN INSURANCE Real Estate Home Loans Farm and Ranch Loans KNOPP 81 METZGER Be st Wi she s and Congratulations YOUR , flnnnimnn smite sims S L Complete Sales and Service On All Our Products GENERAL ELECTRIC Tell your Friends to Stop at RANCH MOTEL Modern Tourist Courts Swimming Pool-TV-Air Condition Fredericksburg Highway 87 f Wholesalers For Sinclair and Goodyear Products Phone ZOO STROEHER AND SON QM M W. NH T S.-QW' . 3 . 1' , .,+,m.,..-..-. Vi, 1- ' SUNNY SIDE HUT For good food and cold drinks stop at SUNNY SIDE HUT Curb service under large awnings .- IRENDS GARAGE STU DE BAKE F lHOiJFi SERVICE? ff sues 6 senvnce BEHRE D GARAGE HE HILL COUNTRY'S MOST COMPLETE AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE" Gulf Oil Corporation Walter Ottmers, the distributor of Gulf products in tiff' Q-""" O M 'U 4.4 Q 13 U SU '4 2' Z ,... UQ D" FY' :Gly ,gl eg S ': Yi- ,C 'Sul-9' '1::""'x1 353 Q,,r9' si? .+-UE. v--F30 wi-5 S55 255.031 Kcgg, oOm FWQEUQ 5' Q. "uno mov: 12" 5':"' 52:2 . wg E.: w 351' gm CLA. H3 2.111 !"FI 3 EQ' IDI fig! ! x'4Q:, - HIIWWI l .nv 'qw V... 1 Lwady: M., 'TQ N., 3-'Q :rx - ! -.., WLNWN-N WOER ER WAREHOUS THE HOME OF WOERNER MAIXEIS F1-:Eos Member of F . D.1. C . Take your wool, mohair, and feed to Woerner warehouse for top prices. We can supply all your farm and ranch needs. ll -i-- Vol -- -- - -lj. xx he Jafrudq ' 1 - DRIVE-I N FREDERICKSBURG. ,. 8 X TEXAS N 6 H.L, DURST KARL W, DURST Oak Grove Service Stoition U ERNEST CRENWELGE SINCLAIR PRODUCTS - GROCERIES - MEATS Phone 52W LOOHTE STORAGE 81 COMMISSION OO. TRAVELER'S CAFE Alex Mittendorf, Owner We are with you '57 Seniors 152 East Main Phone 192 SUNSET SER VICE STA TION O Intersection Mason-Harper Hwy. Mason Route COUNTRY DINER Home of Fine Food -4 1 , S E ,Z 1 ,3.,4-Q. EXCELLENT FOOD and GOOD SERVICE Mason Route Central Drug Co. The CENTER ofthe town is Central Drug, a popu- lar place with the high school young st e r s. Buy your drugs, cosmetics, gifts, and school supplies here. UNBLL - um-O rg , sb' 4 I Q 1 Q " r ,ij if H V B 1 ! Q I Q 2 Y R lumble Products LUBRICATICW Vwssnmc- V Atlas Tires-Tube3-Batteries A10iS ETSCT1- P1'0P1'iet01' Accessories DOOLEY 8: HOERSTER MAC DONA LD STUDIO Quality Portraits Fredericksburg, Texas SECURITY CAFE Finer Foods U Lunches Steaks 0 Phone 263 W. 205 West Main N . 7 . .--bin-3 ', . . ,.,. SCHAETTER'S FUNERA L HOME The Second Oldest Funeral Home DR. FELIX T. TYBOR OPTOMETRIST Palace Theater Building - Ph. 562 W ELIABLEP THE REXALI.. STORE KEIDEL'S DRUG STORE KAMMLAH 6. HEIMANN in the State of Texas Jewelers still in Existence GIFTS FOR ALL OCCASIONS Since 1882 ' Ambulance Service Phone 131 x ? X! KI A Ss? M .5 E ! FREDERICKSBURG MACHINE and APPLIANCE COMPANY Your Frigidaire Dealer 5 105 East San Antonio Phone 217 Fredericksburg, Texas ..q1 1 -:I-""'A Be our guest 8: take the Rocket test SALES SERVICE 522 W. MAIN ST. -5, 91. PHONE: 134 i FREDERICK f RG, TEXAS RAHE TORS I KPNDPixlL'l'S9O'Zf L5 - - --ur ns, Al . Stein Lumber Company LEX R, FRANTZEN, Insurance Agency Iomplete Insurance Sales and Service Alex R. Frantzen R.L. Frantzen Phone 210 A103 North Alamo street Fredericksburg, Texas ECHUMANN-HOUSTON MOTOR COMPANY ' :ll 239 East Main IREDERICKSBURG, TEXAS 0'bX..+bef5l2 car af half' ibe hue p Congratulations Seniors MODERN MILLINERY Mrs. Emma Filter 134 112 East Main Phone 382 290 COURTS 114 Mi1e'West of Town on U.S. Highway 290 ':Just a Good Place To Stay" Mr. and Mrs. W,D, lBi11j Voigt FREDERICKSBURG IMPLEMENT COMPANY Dealers In Minneapolis-Moline Tractors and Farm Machinery Pump and Plumbing Work Phone No. 61 245 East Main Compliments to the Seniors I-IILL COUNTRY IMPLEMENT CO. Phone 170 Fredericksburg, Texas FAIR PARK SERVICE STATION Morris Meurer, Manager Q Humble Products -- Groceries Kerrville Highway CLUB 87 CAFE - TRUCK STOP - GASOLINE GILBERT ERSCH. Pnopmzmn On Highway 87 - 1.5 Miles S. of Fredericksburg Congratulations Seniors ' LONE STAR GAS COMPANY v ' -Q ,hNT"l-v ,,, 1 'ws . , zu-mfg-2 r A EVERS DAIRY Located at 108 South Crockett St., Ever's FREDERICKSBURG NATIONAL BANK Dairy is ready to serve the public whenever possible. The pasteurized milk, cream, and Qffey-5 3 Complete Banking Service- butter are prepared with modern and sanitary Safe--Efficienb -Progressive. faCi1iti6S. Always eager to serve you A oTTo KOLMEIER co. 1 6' 1895 iii- , 4 sfmilmfr- if ,QA g overs L 5 HLTL KOOFII Wol HARDWARE, SHEET METAL WORKS I C. HANNEMAN AND HILMAR STEHLING, Maytag Sales and Service 2 partners in this motor company, guarantee , b , u a fair deal on anything in the automotive 302 East Maln Street' le. 'L 'I WVVVV! 1' , vS4'WWVV5QWifV591V5QNf9WBVWVSN5V!VVV5VVV!. Q T 2.32565 E Phone 51 A "UH MAMN'MM454M9MMVNM'M' . 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