Galena Park High School - Jacket Yearbook (Galena Park, TX)
- Class of 1959
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FACULTY AND ADMINISTRATION 9
SOPHOMORES I 85
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irc ul checks on school programs and recommending teachers who
c riinined and able --these are onlv two of the multitude of duties
i ii t der the name of superintending. lhe man holding all this. rc-
onsisi its is Superintendent XY. Ci. Cunningham. Into his hands is given
suit o dig for facts and information to better assist the Useedkbed ol
ctmocritx Pav helping with the problems of a growing school. he takes
o ccount the millions of minute details that go into a program ot
.xpinsion Xlr. Cunningham represents the board in planning new schools.
oo c his manv obligations. and he handles them remarlxablv well.
cttt c readv for action. Mr. Cunningham loves to hunt deer, quail.
xt ning .1 ranch since 1036. he lil-tes to visit it occasionallv to check
on his herd of white-faced Herefords. He also contributes time and energv
to such touth organivations as the Y.N'l.C.:'X. and the Pmov Scouts. with
tt itch he his worked for eighteen vears.
In anvthing from textbooks to thumbtacks. Mr. P. I.
Stevens, ffxecutive Assistant Superintendent, purchases the
needed teachers' supplies everv vear. He is entrusted with the
pupil census. teacher registration. and financing from the state.
Transportation comes under his supervision. too. For fifteen
vears he has been with the Galena Park school system.
liking to assist I,ittle League Baseball. to hunt, fish. and
golf with his sons. Mr. Stevens leads a verv active life outside
of his job. Being an excellent photographer he takes manv
pictures and movies of our school sports.
Bills. bills. bills' Thats the job of Mr. Harold Demcnt.
assistant Superintendent in charge of business to pav the
schools bills with the schoolis money. Being in charge of the
maintenance and physical part of schools. he also watches over
all buving and purchasing of school equipment. From the
income of taxes, Mr. Dement receives money and budgets it tor
each department and class. This being done. he sends periodi
callv a financial statement to the board.
lor relaxation Mr. Dement loves spectator sports. having
previously been a coach for twentv vears at our school. Itch.
ing is also one of his favorite activities.
Here he is seen with his brother. Robert L. Dement. on
his left. planning a fishing expedition.
The man responsible for the free time on Vv'ednesdays of each
month. giving the teachers an opportunity to meet together and dis-
cuss newer methods of teaching. is Mr. R. J. Free, Director of Curri-
culum. His main duty is to assist teachers. in selecting what to teach
and how to teach it. Since information is continually being added
to our store of knowledge and must be transferred to teachers to help
them in their jobs. Mr. liree tries to improve the quality and work
with all intangibles. His home is almost like a library because of the
fact that he loves to read and collect newspaper and magarines from all
over the country. Another of his interests is in traveling.
Any service over and above regular scnool administration comes under the
guidance ol Mr. lf. li. McGahan, Director of Pupil Personnel. He has the respon-
sibility for the specialiied education of some nine hundred students in the eighteen
different types of classes. which include the mentally retarded. arthritic. hard of
hearing or seeing. those with brain injuries. and the emotionally disturbed. In his
charge there are forty-three schools. His outside interests include working with
children and keeping track of his stock farm in North Texas.
Eierv vear property must be evaluated to find out how much monev should be for
gghool taxes, In order to keep sufficient monev in the district. our tax assessor and collector.
Mr. Charles XV. Garret. collects these taxes and keeps the records on the transactions.. Beiritl
a good family man occupies most of his time outside ot his wOrli- bu! he does DBFUCIPMQ ln
spectator sports. especially football.
Her hobbies being her grandchildren. gardening.
and reading. Mrs. Eliyabeth Hubach. our consultant in
elementary education. is enjoyably occupied either on
or oft' the scene of her job. Her title of Consultant
in Elementary Education includes working with
teachers and principals in grade school and committee
meetings. lirom state agencies and publishers come
other consultants with which she discusses textbooks
and other items needed to assist in
"VJhat's for lunch?" That familiar cry is answered by our Cafeteria
Supervisor. Mrs. Avis Brand. Following the federal lunch program, she
plans the menus and does all the buying for the snack bar and personnel
equipment. Therefore. supervising everything from problems in personnel
management to dessert on
must also keep records for
to spend her weekends at
tomorrow's menu. she is kept quite busy. She
the state as well as the school. Mrs. Brand likes
her farm in Crockett, playing the piano and
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in the setting of the Senior Prom. Drawing nearer we recognive our
principal and his wife,
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Mr. Robert R. Bartay began college on the campus
the University of Texas after graduation from Iimir
Consolidated High School as talcdictorian His honors
at college included being elected a member of the Student
Legislature. of the "Cow ows ting chosen
"Goodfellow," which is an outstanding student on
campus. After receiving his Bachelor ot -Xrts degree 'Vlr
Bartay came to Galena Park as a teacher of goternment
and history. In September of l9D5 he was promoted to
assistant principal. As faeultv sponsor ot the -XBGPHS
and the Student Council he has done much for the
betterment of our school You see him here t h
Mr. John Holte, the principal of Cialena Park High
School. is shown here at his home in Galena Park. lle
was salutatorian of Huntsville High School. :alter
graduation from Sam Houston State Teachers College.
Mr. Holes went to A. if M. where he QOI his Xlastets
degree. He Once wanted to become a minister hut didnt
feel he was called. Now he is a lax' leader in the Galena
Park Methodist Church. Since he was particularly
interested in English it was natural that he should enter
this field of teaching. He taught fifteen vears before
becoming our principal. Mr. Holeeis hobbies are garden-
ing and carpentry. but most of his time is snent in trying
to raise his two little boys into fine upstanding voting
CITIZFNS OF TODAY 'SHAPING CITIZENS OF 'IOVlORROVJ
Members of the School Bo1rd receue the hxghest complx
ment p1rents em bestow md th1t IS entrustmg the welfare of
thexr ehlldren to thelr ludgment Since hxs lS such 1 gre1t
undert1k1ng we would l1ke to polnt out a few of the mlllxon
dutles thxt come under thexr supervlston 1nd show why the
school board ns often referred to as the seed bed of democracy
Fxrst of all few people eyer re1lx7e when they see 1 newly
flmshed school that the most mmute detanl rs carefully taken
mto consnderatnon from 1 partxeular type of door knob to the
structure of a lnght switch Before buxldmgs can be constructed
surveys must be taken to see what ns needed ln the way of educa
t1on factlntxes tn each area and what lands can be converted All
thxs costmg money taxes must be assessed from our commumty
1lthough 60 of all expendntures ts pand by the state
As soon as a school IS completed there IS the problem of
transportatxon for routes must be mapped buses obtamed and
the routes are followed sends two or three each year unan
nounced If condxtlons are found unsatisfactory the State
refuses to asslst nn the money department
And money bemg the vttamms of the plant of educatxon
the spendmg of every penny of the four mllllon dollars lt' takes
to fmmce our school system each year ls meticulously 1ccounted
for 1nd recorded It must be IH compltanee wxth the budget set
by the state or nsk prosecution of law 'I hree hundred thousmd
doll1rs of thls sum ns spent ln the oper1t1on of tl1e cafeterns
tn our school district 'end p1rt of the money goes for the
spec11l17ed tramlng of some mne hundred bllnd deaf mentally
retarded 1nd blrth defected students bestdes the usual amount
of money spent for bulldlngs equlpment and teachers
An extremely xmportant yob of our school board ns the
selectxon of well tratned te1chers for xt IS these mstructors who
plant the seed of knowledge Ind assxst IIS growth mto becomxng
c1t17ens of tomorrow T hats why the school board IS called
Seed bed of democracy It takes care of the material needs
and the responsrblllty for the basxs of our Amencan Herxtage
These people are st1rt1ng from left to rxght Mr R I
Whxtehead Mr CarlR Watson secretary Mrs Loma Koehler
secretary to Mr Cunnrngham Mr W L Wheeler presxdent
Mr G C Fuller Vlr J M Haugland Mr Kenneth Tlce
lStandmgl Vlr Harold Dement ass1stant supermtendent of
schools Mr W C Cunnmgham supermtendent of schools
'Vlr P I. Steveson and Mr Sam Adams uce pre xdent fnot
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MRS JEANJNE CORSON MISS ANN GRVLR
SECRETARY TO PRINCIPAL SECRETARY T0 UBRARIM
MRS OIGA VAUGHAN
SECRETARY TO REGISTRAR
Secretaries at Galena Park Hugh
ln order to leave the teachxng to the teachers and tht learn
mg to the students the secretarres take care of the mountam
load of clerxcal work reports and records
Counterclockwxse startlng wrth Mrs Ann Kmnlson who lb
gettmg the ball rolhnv at one of her faxorrte bovxlnng alltys
Mrs Jeanne Corson IS relaxlng w1th a httle musrc by hcr
favorrte smgers Mrs Olga Vaughan ts puttlng the fmxshrng
touches on a bxrthday present Mrs Rowland IS cuttrng up a
pattern for a new dress that 1S
Secretarxes at Mahogany Hall
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MRS. FRANCES ROXYLAND Mrs. I.orita Koehler. secretary to the Superintendent, and Mrs. Cathlcnc Gmv, Assistant
SECRETARY 'ISO COUNSELOR
Dr. Elvan Kelly is one of our counselors, He has heen. teaching for nine-
teen years. His hohhy is "tinkering" and most of his spare time is spent
"tinkering" around the house. He attended high school tn Detroit.
Xltchigan. His college years were spent at the University of Detroit. the
L'ntt'ersitv of Michigan. the Untversiti' of Houston. XK'ayne L'niversity.
and Michigan State Normal. He has Bachelor of Arts. Master of Educa-
ton. and Doctor of Education degrees. In college he was president of Kappa
Delta Pi and vice-president ol' Phi Delta Kappa. a national educational
Our registrar is Bliss Trudy XYest. She has been teaching for
thirty-two years. She toured Europe in the summer ol' H453
with a group of teaghers. XK'hile on this trip she went to
lingland Holland Germany, Switzerland .-Xustria ltalv and
lfrance. Her hohlw is reading. and she likes to spend her snare
time eating or attending plays or concerts. She attended Klart
High School .-'xt Klart' Hardin Baylor she received her Paaehelor
Another of our counselors is Mrs. Dorothy liitchie, She has taught four Ol
her fifteen years in Texas. She went to Plato High School in Chicago. Then
she went lo the lfniversitv ol Illinois. the L'niversitv of Ptttshutgh. the Lim-
versitv of Temple. the Liniversity of Houston and XYestchester Teachers tn
Mrs. Jane XVhite has been our attendance clerk for six
years. She is a graduate of Galena Park High School,
After her graduation she went to the University of Texas
and the University of Houston, Her hohhy is collecting
old copper pieces and her spare time is spent reading and
of Arts deiree and at the L'niversitv uf Houston. her Xlaster
of Art-, degree She also attended the L'ntvetsitv of 'liexas
n t er tw . N tx v rnfv teaehers .tttcnvlrd I3urktnul.r Htth Schtaf-. and vent rw
ht Ittllrmln- txnntertmes. Ctwlvrado. Iexas. snr! C,httayu Ile alw went In Nam Iltuxtt v
xxltt tlegrt-ex and haw taught tor thtrtvftwu wart Ile cnvtws sptwrts as A hvhtav
Upper Ielt' Our well-known hhrarian, Mtis Iilmw Agnew attended high school
at San Marcus Texas She went to Southwestern 'Iexas Teachers College. the
L'nnersttv nt Texas and thc Umvemtv ot Ilhnms She hoids a Baehelor et
Arts degree .1 Baehelur In Iabrarv Silence and a Master or Arts degree In
eollege xhe helped edt! the Texas Hundhvwk In her spare ttme she cnjovs trawl
Ing and her hob?-tex are svnmmmg gardentng and attendnnp plays. Here yeu
see her cluurattng the llhrarv for the Chrtttmm xeastxn
Xltddle left: If vnu pass room 117, you wtll see one ut our Ifnghsh and spetxh
leathers at wurk Mr I C Bankhead. who ts xhuwn here laptng some ol the
deluxe spvetlws Ile attended the Academv wt XX'ayIand College. and went to
Suuthwest State 'leathers College where he retetved hm Bachelor of Sexente
degrees and the Untterurv tu! Iltwustnn where he receued hrs Marter ot Iiduratttvn
tlegret- Whtle he was tn etwllege. he was. tan the dt-hate team lor luur years Ile
hax been teaehnng Itwr thnrteen vearx and Im htvhlw rt readtng,
Iuwer left. Ilavlng heen a tvathcr Iur twentv warn NIH Ruth Mehanc can Iw
lnuntl tn the halena I'.lrI. Inphxh department She attended high schtml In
Dulwhn Iexat Nhe has gone In .It-hn Iarltmn Iumnr Klullege the Unxxerxutx'
tt! Iexas Ilarthn Stmmtms K'nrversrtv. and 'IK-xaa State Cttllege lor Wnmtn
and huldx the I5.t.hrltvr ol Arts and I3'acheIur -wt I nl-rarv Silence degrees
Cnlltgt and th C. Ihre wt . t. I tustrnx .. Q .t a .
X tr-:ther wlth unc tr! the mpst rnterestrny Iwlvluex ts t
tnh xcnwr Ingltxh tearher Klux Irts Iltvwanl Ihtx .ttf
.erm her hmlut tt! enmuraetng students tn attend wlleyr
She hat .ntl--nd.-ti the Itullnwtne unn-I-rsttnw 'Iexas YN.-.s
Yuri. Kfaltttarnta ftultwratltw and Ilmnttan and httltix
II.ttht'Itur and Master nl ,Mrs degrees Itwr ten vearx the
ttvrrtxprvntl-'nt Itwr the Iltvuxtnn Ivst anti hax alw wwrktti
un the Cltlt-na Park newspapers She hat In-en rhrertt-r
Inglvxh tn I't'rt Arthur senmr and yunmr hugh xthur-It
prexttit-nt ul the Ilarnx Cnuntv rhap
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A newcomer to the Galena Park English department
rer nt Delta Kapr-1
.lo Nelle Chamber: has been tearhtng lor Itve x-eau hhr
C ullege fioluntlvta. Yltsstsurt and North 'lexas State C ull
attended Gladevtxttcr Hugh School and went to C
.-'lx tu deyret-x she hulds .1 Ilaehelur nf Artx Iltr Iwlthx at
Irakvltng and rn her spare ttrne she reads watches I V anti
attends xpnrung ewnts
Xlrw Xhafnt Bremer une rf nur Ifngltsh tt-a.htrs has
had a tearhtng qareer ur nzneteen -,ears thue far Six.
atwnded lttqh sthwil an Ravne Itwumana, and hm
1 Int- In ltvumanr Stare I.'ntn.'rxtlv nr Ilttuvt-n ani
Nnurhn.-vtrn Inutsrana Instltute where she wtmre th.
inter N a xehttlastzg hcnttr awarded hx' th. xrlmtw'
She hnldx a IB.-.Iualwr ttf Arts deem II.r Iwh!-nr
are readme md stwlne
Sam Kruse vthtw reaehes Ineltwh and ttplrg enytws spurs as a
htshhx pcrletahlv gtlll Ile hat hvth .1 Iiathel-tr ul Sttence and
Xlasttr ut Arte degree He attended Sam Iflnustt n State Ivacherx
fnllege md ftwlumhm K'nlx'ersntv New Yttrk
You can find Miss XYeed in room 115 instructing her
Spanish classes Miss XX'eed graduated from Corpus Chrtstt
High School She went to the following colleges: Abilene
Christian Lubbock Tech Southern Methodist Untversitv
and the L'ntversttv of Houston, She has .1 Bachelor of Arts
and a Msster ot Arts degree She was vice-president of the
XKN club and tn the XYomans Honor Soctetv at Abilene
Christian College Her hobbies are fishing painting, and
wood carving and in her spare time she travels and paints
She has been teaching for thtrtvsone vears.
Mr Robert Dement teaches advanced math and algebra Alter
graduating from Brenham Htgh School he attended Southwest
Texas State at San Marcos He has earned Bachelor of Science
and Master of Arts degrees Hts hobbv ts fishing
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Mr Arthur Gtonet. who has received both a Bachelor of Arts and a
Master of Arts degree teaches lirench and Latin He attended Oblate
High School. Bucltsport Maine He went to Oblate College. Natick
Massachusetts the L'ntversitv of St. Thomas and Texas 'Universite
He was tn the National Honor Societe at St Thomas L'niversitv In
his spare time he works around the house or goes fishing. This is his
fifth vear to teach
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Mr Richard Cassiano teaches Spanish lingltsh and Journalism in room
lll He graduated from San Antonio Tech Htgh School and attended
South XK'est Texas State College and Trinttv Untversttv He has .1 Bachef
lor of Arts degree His hobbv ts collecting antique items ln his spare
time he reads He has been teaching for soc vears.
Mr Coldttnch has been teaching for tvcentv-five vears He teaches Latin
and one class of English He attended Sour lalte High School. Texas, He
went to the following universities' Mextco Houston. Colorado. Texas
and Sam Houston State Teachers College He has a Bachelor of Arts
degree and a Master ol Arts degree He ts a member of the Scholarship
Societies of the South tscholastic honor soctetvl Another actititv of hts
ts teaching an adult Bible ,lass His hobbies are ptclstng best movies and
learning to read the New Testament in Greek
Room 216 ts occupied bv Mrs Zotl and her booltkeeping and office practice classes She
went to Yoe High School and North Texas State College She has a Bachelor of Business
Administration degree In her spare txme she entovs plavtng bridge She has been teaching fttt
Mr Bieberstetn one of our algebra teachers who has been teaching for thirteen veats, attended
Galena Park High School. He went to Southwestern L'ntt't-rsitv in Georgetown. Texas and
the L'ntvers:tv of Houston. He holds a Bachelor of Science tn Phvstcal liducatton and a Mastet
of Education degree. He lettered two vests tn haslsetball at Southwestern lfntversttv and was
a student director of intramural acttvtttt-s at Southwestern XVhen he was a voung bttv he fell
tn the ship channel at the San .Iactnto Battle Qtrounds while crabbtng. but this didn t stop fishing
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XX'hen you pass room 104 look in and you will lind Miss Neal
tt-athing one ot her .Nmeriran history elaasex She ha, he-en teathing
lor twenlv-xeven xearx
L6 Roger l.. Vaughan. a teacher for twcntvftwo vearx
graduated lrom Big Sandy High. Big Sandy. Texas He
received a Bachelor of Science degree from East Texa:
State 'leathers College and a Master of Education degree
from the University of Houston. Any extra time he can
tind is xpent at his favorite hobbies. golf and gardening
She attended San .Jacinto lrlieh School and then college at Nam
llousion it here the retelvtd her Master ot Science deg
XK'tlliam Y XX'il:on went to l.x'tord High School He
was the President ol the Senior class and track can
tam Upon his graduation he attended college at South-
west fexax State Teachers College and the University
ol llouuron Ht' holds a Bathelor ot Science and Mas'
ter ol lidueation degree
lle tt-athes world et-ogr.1vhv world history and P lf
ln his xoire time he ix either attending .1 hall game or
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teaches :iviev lle has been teaching lor eleven years, llhotography
is his hubby
lle attended the University of Texas and the University ot
Houston alter lm graduation lrom San .latinto High School lle
holds .1 Bachelor ol Science and Master of Science degree
Jesse Sadler is our driver education and boys' physical education teacher,
He has been teaching lor eight years Outdoor sports is his hoblwy
lle received hui Bachelor of Science degree at Sam Houston State College.
which he attended after he graduated from lluntsville High School.
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Shelbvxille High School in lncl1.1n.1 .ind .mended ihc
lollouiny colleges lex.1x ,'X. H X1 l.1si lun
Srephen lf .-Xusrin SML .md 'Iehurne Busrncss
College. He has received .1 goxernmeni Science scholar-
ship rn which he 11315 Seleilexl io he 11 l.1lw nmxignl
Hrs 5 are time is occupied hx working and hrs hobhx
is llvrng Klr. Rlclurd l'en1herlon1sour new arr teacher He finds painting
.md huilding turnilure lust the rhing io do when he ix noi
working He .itlendcd high school in Hot Springx ."Krl1.1nx.1s
.md received .1 lS.1chelor of Arrs degree rn lzducnrion .11 ihe
L'n1verx1!y ol Chicago. nnd College and Ari lnuiiuie ol
Mr. Robert Bennet! is one of our physics teachers lmrn
Grimes Counry. He received his Bachelor of Science 11nd
Mzsrcr of Arts degrees from South Wen: Sure 'leichere
College and Abilene Chrisiinn College. He has been 1e.1ch1ng
Mr. .Ioe llughcy. .1 biology teacher. h.1s lveen 1e.1ch1ng lor
iwo yenri Mr, llughey lindv reading ro he .1 wonderliil .ind
inrerewliny hobby. He received .1 l'1.11l1elor ol S111-me degree
by .mending both Arlington 51.11e College .mil l,.1xl 'lex.1x
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Mr. Renfro is in charge of the Electrical Department in
the shop. He has been teaching for nine years, seven at
Galena Park. He received his college education at Birm-
ingham Southern College. the University' of Houston, the
Universrtt of Alabama and the University of Texas Mr.
Rentro holds both a bachelors and master's degree. He is
on the electrical hoard in Galena Park. His hohhv is
working with radios
Atter amndine last Texas State High School Xlr
Gibson attended lust Texas Stare College He holds
Bachelor ot Saence and Xlechanical lgngineering degrees
A mach.-r lwr intern tears he vnwss woodwork and
tarmin: in his trte time
Mr Elmer has been teaching for nineteen years. He received his
college education from Colorado Teachers Cltllege, Denver
University, lowa University. and Texas A U M He holds a
Bachelors of Arts degree and has worked on his Masters Degree
ln school Mr Elmer was active in the Glee Club, the Tennis
team and the Debating team, Outside of school he is interested
in music and drawing plans.
Slr Bunlclev rs in charge of the metal trades department in the
shop He has hetn teaching for nineteen years Mr Bunlslev got
his college education from the lfniversitv of Texas and Texas
A U Nl. where he holds a degree in vocational and safetv
education He goes ttshing during his time off
N-lr Perrv has h-'en teaching for fifteen vear seven of those
tears at Galena Park He attended hieh school at lrrankgran
'l.-vas He rtneixed his college training at North Teaxs A U Nl
and the Uniiersits' of Texas He was active in orchestra and
choir as well as baskethall and trick Mr Perry eniovs hunting
and fshing when he can find the time
Mr, Cilassie has heen teaching school for seven years Todav he is in
charge of the auto rrtdes department in the shop. Mr, Glassie received
his college education from the Unis-ersitv ol Houston. Texas A 'ii M.
and the University of Texas He holds a Bachelor of Science degree
and .r Vocational Certificate Mr. Classic enioys hunting and fishing
during his spare time.
Nlr lensen can he found in room 214 teaching mechani-
cal drawing He graduated from South Park High
School Beaumont. Texas. He attended Lamar Tech and
North Texas Sure College He has a Bachelor of Science
degree He has been teaching for three years,
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Miss Chambers looks over stu-
dents as they frantically rush
through their reading tests.
Mr. Vaughn patiently watches
over his history class as they
take an open book test. Buddy
Miller seems to be interested in
other things besides his test.
Miss Weed, the M. C. for
the presentation C a l l e d
Spanish, introduces her
class to the script called a
textbook and continues to
break the language barrier
to present a better picture
of the language.
IPQRQUE ESTUDIA EL ESPANOL!
Gay Senoritas, dashing mataciors and the spicy Spanish
foods add to the provacative spendor of "Old Mehikow
4lVlexico 1. All the thrill of a bull fight. dancing cabal-
leros, and the romantic charm everywhere intermingle
with the mystery of Spanish tradition. For, it is the
main prerogative of this class to give students the knowl-
edge of the language and customs of our "Good
Neighbors to the South." And so it is to the members
of these classes we say, "Bueno fortunado, Amigos!"
"l'm an old taco . . XVhat greater insight to the substitute teacher, Mrs. Esleib, who momentarily steps
charming practices of our good friends than by the in for Mr. Cassiano, the regular interpreter.
rendition of a humorous little song by our favorite
TO THINK IS TO EXIST"
The square roots of mathematics may seen
difficult at first, but once you get the hang of
it, it appears easier. Actually the work involved
has one little blessing you learn right away,
and that is "ya gotta think if ya gonna pass."
Thats not a whip in Mr. Taylor's hand but a pointer by
which he often demonstrates the correct solution to a problem
of his commercial math class.
MEN OF SCIENCE
The Galena Park school drstrnct carrxes on an extensrve
scrence program as ts shown ln these pxctures The one rn the
upper rlght shows Mr Edgar and some of next year s sopho
rnores xx ho are now freshmen preparmg an expernement whlle
IH the upper left Larry Fowler and Charles Washburn two
sennors seem to be surprnsed mt what IS happenlng to thexr
expenment ln the mxddle left Sallx Hubbard watches whrlt
Ann Stesenson and Erankre Burns fxlter a ltquxd to frnd rts
chemrcal content and at the lower rxght Vlr Sandel super
uses whxle Lmda llovd pomts out the bone structure of
shoulder and arm Eddxe Connor George Custer Sally Seward
and Lxnda Goodman watch hopxng to learn somethmg
Pictured at the right is Mr. .len-
sen showing one of his students
a better way to draw a house
plan. This is a familiar scene in
Below Mr Gibson watches as
his class works on their projects
'fkii 'i g '
ln the more
adxanced classes i "'-""'- 1
This is a shot H
at Mr. Pimbertons
art class as they
are absorbed in
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ART STUDENTS EXHIBIT
In many respects the art and mechanical draw
ing classes are closely related Mr Gibson the
mechanical drawing instructor strixcs to teieh
his students the fundamentals of drawing sueh
things as house plans and machines The
students learn to scale larger objects to plaee
them on plans To some people this means a
beginning of their future occupations
In the art classes a student is not so concerned
with plans as he is with the finished product
Under the direetion of Mr Pimberton the stu
dent learns the fundamentals of art and then
proceeds with more difficult projects sueli
mosaics and working with copper
The Galena Park High School library
has over 13,000 volumes, covering a
wide range of subjects. An important
function of the library is the direction
of the visual audio services throughout
the school system, Those working in
the library always are willing to help
you in any way. All work and no play
is not the case. Although there's a lot of
work involved in running a library,
they still find time to have a Christmas
dinner and make visits to other libraries
such as the University of Houston's.
Pictured to the right are: Miss Eloise
Agnew. the librarian and her clerical
assistant, Mrs. Ann Kinnison.
To help the students at Galena
Park High find references, books
to read. and look for the sub-
ject they are to write on. quick-
ly, these library helpers work
together. Seen here are: First
row: June Hall, Sondra Halli-
day, Sue Beth VVare. Janet
Rowland. .loan Payne. and the
librarian, Miss Agnew. Second
row: Jimmy Lauderdale, Linda
Savage. Bobby Rogers, Vernon
Hagan. Raymond Hill, Elouise
Griggs, and Mary Ann Aubrey.
Other workers in the li-
brary are pictured here:
First row: Xlyrna Fuller.
XVanda .lo Gxford. Linda
Gray. Dorothy XVest, Jean
Bordovsky, Judith Smith.
and XVanda XX'ard. Second
row: Bobby Bain. Har-
land Henry, Terry De-
rouen. Judy Crawford.
Bobby Schweinle. Gloria
Byrne. and Raymond Hill.
Elaine Warren, Carolyn Clark, and
Myrl Ciuynes in one of Mrs, Henery
'l'hompson's food classes are preparing
a breakfast in order to become better
homemakers in later life.
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Mary Williams and Hattie Adams, sophomores, participate in
the Future Homemaking Vklorkshop, They seem to make good
mothers, don't you think so?
Linda Powell, Frankie Cox, and Paula Jones preparing lunch
at the Future Homemaking Executive Council meeting in
August. Dont they look as if they're hard at work?
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Presenting some data about Fl-l.A. at the leadership workshop
in June are Sue Rushing, Paula Jones, and Judy Sears.
While the ghosts and goblins were on the rampage,
these creatures were smart enough to go to the Future
l-lomemaker's Halloween party and become winners
of the costume contest. ln case you don't recognize
them, they are: Sharon Stanley, Adrian Hamby,
Paula Jones, and Steve Kesterson.
The FHA is not "VJithout a Song" as Connie
Halliday so dramatically demonstrates. She is
given rapt attention by Brenda Hatcher.
Entertaining at the District Future Homemaker s
meeting at Katy are John Rochelle and Kenneth
Some adventuresome items are in store for the District meeting
in Katy, as discussed by the planning committee with our own
Carlene Watson and officers from other schools in our district. 35
Working with different
machines in Mr. Keller's
class are: Joan Bomnskie,
Alice Mack, and Ermazane
Burt. ln the background
we can see Pat XVhite and
Janice Lundy typing lei!
ters from the dictaphone.
In Mr. Keller's business
machine classes. the stu-
dents learn to operate va-
rious machines. Here Mr.
Keller is heuping Jerri Lea
Vassar with one of her
projects. Vw'orking at other
machines are: Elsie John-
son, Karen Powell, Mary
Jo Randow, Paula Jones.
and Jann Hensley.
BUSINESS STUDENTS TRAIN
FOR FUTURE JOBS
Through the trme and efforts of our mnous bu 1
ness teachers these students 'are preparlng for the work
they pl1n to enter after graduatton Not only do these
students learn to type and take dtctatton but they also
learn to opertte yartous bustness machmes to wrtte
ectlye letters type by 1 dlctaphone ftle a
yartous other offtce duttes 'l he ftrst year tn a bustness
sequence the stadent takes typtng and perhaps eyen
shorthand Mr Nltller and Nlrs Burnstde work together
to gtye these students a good foundatton lhen the next
year they take otfrce practtce adyaneed ty ptng adyanced
shorthand busmess machmes and bookkeepmg Before
graduattng from htgh school they take busmess Engltsh
whtch qnyes them a backvround for wrxtmg effectne
and correct letters
Mtss Roberts watches as her students work busxly on therr Busxness Engltsh
asstgnment Among those tn thus class are Carolyn Vyftlltams Latrtcra
Crocker Brenda Clark Judy Bouse Marcy Hesse Sandra XV1lkerson
Nlarllyn Wardlow and Dorothy Hollon
Just begmnmg thelr bustness sequence these students are learning to type
m 'Vlr Mtllers class Seen here are Marctlle Chumley Babs Coulter
Elame Fogle Patsy Martm Darlene Walters Sandra Dams and Tommy'
These Bustness mayors are busxly work
mg on 1 bookkeeptng proyett tn Nlrs
Zotz s class Seen here are Kathy Leu
Parker and Nancy Roberts
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txon teachers and drnll lnstructor and thls group
of g1rls look as rf they hate just completed fhe
Creep an nnterpretatne moxement complled of
MIDDIE Thest gtrls 1n one of thc health
Kathy Puppy IS gtvmg on the chart of the
BOTTOM Thls group IS partlclplttng xn a
struts of rhythmtcal excrclses whnch are taught
IH the P E classes for 1 ptrxod of sm xx ecks
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TRAIN FOR BETTER HEALTH
Push ups scorn to hc giving some ol' thcsc
hovs A bit of trouhlc .is they warm up for
thc days activitics.
Baskgtlball is another one of the many
activities enjoyed in the PE. classes, as
is shown in this picture.
lt looks as though it's going to bc a case
of who will master whom in this wrestling
Buzzing around the cof
editors John Yann and
Louis T. Fry like busy
little jackets are Jean Hen-
don, XVayne Frisby. Er-
mazene Burt. Bobby
Rogers. Carolyn l-uce. and
Toni Morrison as they
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THE ANNUAL SPQTLIGHT GLITTERS O .IOURNALISM
Who are the busy reporters racing around writing
on special current events, giving accounts of club
data, interviewing the newest movie stars like Linda
Crystal, Sandra Dee, and Bret Maverick, and also
snapping pictures of unsuspecting victims? They
are the people who spice the lives of their thousand
readers in the collection of news called "The Yellow
Following the lead of truly great reporters, they dig
for their articles. Each item teems with life, as
proved by the fact that the presses have barely
finished clanging before every copy has been sold.
Our school really owes them a debt of gratitude for
giving inside information on the lives of fellow
HI think that picture looks better at a distance" is heard
from photographers Jerry Dean Gore and Erle Evans.
But seriously, these two deserve a lot of praise for the
difficult job of capturing a story on film. And as the
old newspaper saying goes, "one picture is worth a
thousand words. "
Helping to keep the wheels
of the press moving are
Sue Stacy and Clarolyn
l.uce. 'lihis is one of the
final steps in presenting
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Modern ideas in improving the paper
are learned by studying the layouts of
great newspapers, Gathered together for
a discussion on recent findings are Suz-
anne Rosen, Sharon Crawford, Norma
Kilpatrick, Melvin Wheeler, Bobby
Rogers, and Mr. Richard Cassiano,
As the spotlight pivots on each in turn, you will recognize
school spirit glowing on each name: Co-editors, l.ouis Fry
and John Vann: Associate Editor, Ermazene Burt: Page one
editor, Jean I-lendon: Page two editor, Carolyn Luce: Page
three editor, Toni Morrison: Page four editor, Bobby Rogers:
Exchange editor, Roy Smith: Co-sports editors, Melvin
Wheeler and Wayne Frisby: Photographers, Jerry Dean Gore
and Earle Evans: Reporters, Suzanne Rosen, Sharon Craw-
ford, Carolyn Luce: Journalism Secretary, Brenda Clark:
and a truly brilliant light on Mr. Richard Cassiano, the
faculty advisor who contributes so much of his time and
efforts into Galena Park's greatest newspaper.
The spotlight rests for a moment on Mr. and Miss
Yellow Jacket of this year, who are Roy Smith and
All copy for the paper must be typed especially well for the
printers as is shown by the careful check of the exchange editor
on the almost finished product of Brenda Clark.
No matter what the tribe. it can not get along without organization. That is
why Judith Smith and Pat Page. who do a remarkable job of assembling copv
and pictures of clubs and extra-curricular activities, are co-editors of the
Purely by stretching our imagination.
and sometimes by rummaging through
old annuals, we plan hundreds of lay-
outs and copy. Since this takes more
time than is given us in school. we ra'
tion our spare time and the time that is
not so spare.
Mardi Grasf This and other activities of the Juniors
are taken care of by Junior Class Editor. Mary Ann
Thibodeaux. Mrs. Beth Manley is our official guide.
being our Faculty Adviser. and directing us through
difficult passages, lpages, that isJ.
ln charge of all our tribal games and sports is our Sports Editor, Rhoda
Sheppard, with the very able assistance of Sandra Roberts and Johnny Koppa.
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Tracking down disappearing teachers is the duty of our scouts. Lois Jones.
and the double little helpers, Onetia and Onezia Donaldson, for the Faculty
Mary Alice Foster. tstandingu being our Sophomore
Editor, watches over the slave market. recording each
event for the annuali No matter what the tribe. it
still needs pep talks and helping hints on the art of
selling. That is for Sharon Hathaway. Sales Manager,
who also assists others by typing. A great aid in wri-
ting copy for the Senior Section is Barbara Browning
lin charge of the Christian Students Union Sectionr.
Our tribal make-up artist keeps a check
on the red and black ink informing us
periodically on the current color in our
records She is the Business Manager
Who s Who That is not the nocturnal
call of the owl but the name of the section
that willingly claims Mary Hall Null as its
Ricks who also is a great asset in the Senior
For every page, layouts must be drawn, copy typed, pic-
tures pasted, a carbon copy made, and then it undergoes a
continuous checking and rechecking. As with all business,
records are kept of all money transatcoins. However, through
all the sweat and blood. the anticipation of your pleasure makes
these efforts worthwhile.
Photographer James Brittain is our People trainer captur
mg their images on film His assistant photographer and
everyones little helper is Sandra Douglass
Our witch doctor artist specializes in head
shrinking cutting people Qpicturesi up and visiting the
mystic land of Voodoo bringing back drawings and val
uable ideas Little man he says dravs and and posters
and layouts magically appear from the realm of imagina
tion to annual shores That s John s assistant artist
Editor. Helping her check for errors, is Marilyn I I I ' U
Mr. Elmer advises James Capitto on the way he is
drawing machine parts.
Leonard Walkox'iak looks quite busy as he shapes a
table leg on a wood lathe.
Mr. Renfro makes sure that his students are careful
as they wind motors.
Mr. Bunkley seems pleased with James Reeds progress
in making a center punch on a metal lathe.
Early Clowers, Donald Archer, and Robert Barlow
seem to be quite involved in their present task. install-
ing valves in a Dodge engine.
BAND SWEETHEART AND BEAU
TOMNYY SPENCER AND DARLENE VJALTERS
CHOIR SWEETHEART AND BEAU
LINDA BROWN AND STEXE GREEN
GORDON ELLIOHI AND CAROIXN CLARK
DRUM MAJOR Rxchard Pxtzer
Rxchard has been a band member slnce the seventh
grade a student of the French horn He has the dlstmc
tron of havmg been a Drum Nlajor for four years run
'llng serung for one year m Jumor hlgh and for three
years as the leader of the G P H S band
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ASSISTANT DRUM MAJOR
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Larry Travis, Bill McKenzie, James Deaver, Dollie
Karraker, Paul Laman. Thomas Stoneham, Arnold
La Bauve, Charles Green. Lionel Cardosa, Jerry De
Four. Lester Olive.
Fourth row: Jim Evans, Jimmy Alexander. Randal
McCorvey, Shirley Mooney. Suellen Eason, Leda
Rossen. VVanda Bierman, Kathy Levy, Ophelia Cooper.
Rosalind Scroggs, Mike Brown Vernon Jones, Pam
Gardner, Anna Coffman, Linda Brotemarkle, John
Alsobrook. Lynn Davis, Jimmy Buster, Tommy Lohse,
Gary Dorsett, Donald Koonce, Douglas Hensley, Stanley
Hill, Royce Phillips, Neil White, Tommy Fry.
Fifth row: Bobby Walding, Evelyn Mills, Albert
Wagner, Johnny Manchack, Roberta Blair, Mark
Adams, Brit Puzey, Tommy Bumgarner, Roy Smith.
Raymond Dove. Harold Baggett, David Hale, Charles
Rogers. Tommy Spencer, Glen Lucas, Herbert Koonce.
John Mason, Edwin Arnold, Preston Sorrels, Roger
Jolly, Felix New, Jackie Hazlewood, Mary Mont-
gomery, Carolynn Carroll, Zelda Franks
Judy Hull George Ann Stoneham
Darlene Walters Cloretta Eldredge 49 Jerri Mcgraw Carold Jeane
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Steve Newcomb, Chuck Kelley, Carroll Fowler, Howard
Vincent, Kenneth Williams, Bobby Rogers, John
Rochelle, Steve Cireene, Jimmy Haulgand, Kenneth
Whitney, Mike Williams, Douglas Hale, Shelby Brown,
Norris Sterling, Billy-KBellotte, Jimmy Lauderdale,
Wayne Denton, MarvinT Martin, Johnny Hgiydgl,
Randell Vincent, Kenneth Peacock, Jackie Bynum,
Dickey Beach. Noel Sutter, Billy Dodson
The National approval board
for "First Chair of America,"
the National Yearbook for out-
standing high school choirs.
bands, and orchestras, has rec-
ommended Galena Park High
school choir for presentation in
the l959 edition of this publi-
cation which presents only
those choirs, bands, and orches-
tras that maintain the highest
national standards. This board
fcomposed of two hundred of
Americas most distinguished
high school and college direc-
tors. representing every state in
the union! based its recommen-
dations on conductor's ability
and leadership, high quality
performance of the organiza-
tion. community service. and
all-around proficiency - the
purpose being to honor those
students and directors who ac-
complish enough to deserve
The Choir is composed of
100 members. On November 3,
90 members went to Brazos-
port for a choir clinic. It has
sung for the Rotary Club, and
for patients at the Veterans
Hospital. and presented Han-
del's Messiah to the community
James Shannon, Jack Youngblood, Larry Wankee, Roy
Moore, James Helmer, Bobby Dolman, Jerry Oliver.
Donald Waldrum, Donald Jeane, Jimmy Mitchell,
Larry Hall, Trulah Roesler, Sue Watts, Steve Wheeler,
Bobby Goforth, Jimmy Holder, Wilbur Thomas.
Lloyd Jones, Terry Derouen, Jack Burris, Larry Pruitt,
Bert McWhorter, Butch McGinty, Ciuy' Elliot, Charles
Director: Mr. Furrh
First Row: Sandra Roberts, Kaline Bean
Second Row: Karen Blevins, Lloyd Jones,
Third Row: Terry Derouen, Shelby Brown
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Gladys Farenthold, Monya Winn, Rosemary Stewart.
Betty Riggs, Surba Lee Laird, Judy Mason. Jan Treet,
Sandra Douglass, Beverly Christian, Linda Gray,
Sondra I-Ialliday, Carolyn Shaw, Ann Leamons, Rosy
Lee Ward, Elaine Warren, Darlene Goodridge, Gloria
Byrne, Beverly Laake, Linda Brown, Sara Lingner,
Beverly Castleberry, Cynthia Hilliard, Betty Dean,
Linda Brasuell. Kalene Bean, Betty Coker. Ruth
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First Row: Linda Gray
Second Row: Becky Ivy,
Third Row: Beverly Laake,
Linda Brown, Dalene
Fourth Row: Jimmy
Haulgand, Steve Greene
Jimmy Haulgand, Steve Greene,
Richard McGinty, Kenny
Nancy Johnson, Maisie Cato, Becky Turner, Jo Ann
Scott, Pat Scarborough, Kelsie Baker, Mary Raiborn.
Sandra Welch, Carolyn Stahl, Rita Kennedy, Mr.
Furrh, Becky Ivy, Mary I-Iall, Karen BlCYigg, Valerie
Starratti Kay Lynn Fults, Pat Zunker, LaDell Wililamsf
Marilyn Livingston, Johnelle Wiggins. Sandra Roberts.
Gay Parker, Rosann Boatman, VsalerieFB!ley,ins, Jo Ellen
Trio Student Accompanist and
Beverly Castleberry. Jan Treat, Uirector
Rosann Boatman Beckie Ivy and
Officer XVorkers, first row: Sherry Horn, Gail Watts, Joan
XVhite, Martha Goode, Elsie Collins, Margie Mclntosh,
Raynell Barrett, Mary Tom Brinkley, Shirley Moon, Pat
Smith, Jeanie Joiner, Tommy Sanford, Shirley Pomeroy,
Judy Sears, Jerri Vassar, Pat Kinkead, Ann Otting, Lexie
Bynum, Martha Long, Doris Hall.
Second row: Karen Powell, Sally Lucas, Jetta Staten,
Doris Logsdon, Sandra Fulgrum, Jerry Dean Gore, Lola
West, Sandra Wilkins, Cedron Emmons, Marilyn Young.
Gladys Fahrenthold, Mary Raiborn, Pat Graham, Joyce
-Strahan, Carolyn Turner.
Third row: Dianne Whitaker, Rena Mec , Toni Morri-
son, Pam Ward, Marie Compton, anice Lundy, Linda
Laramore, Margie Sulik, Sondra Hale, Nancy Rikard,
Betty Maness seems to be very busy
picking the attendance sheets for Mrs.
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Shirley Pomeroy and Dorothy Hollon are working
hard at separating the attendance role for the teach- -1
ers so they can keep records on all of the students.
Pat White helps in many ways
but as you see, she also works
the mimeograph machine
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With goals to create an enthusiasm for scholarship.
to stimulate a desire to render service. to promote worthy
leadership. and to encourage the development of character
in the pupils of Cialena Park High School. the Honor
Society was organized in I9-17. Members do not join
this organization, but earn their memhership by maintain-
ing a grade average of 90 or hetter. A member failing to
maintain this average is put on six weeks' probation.
during which the member tries to raise his grades. A
Council. made up of the principal. the sponsor. and four
other faculty members. then reconsiders each member.
Their activities include an installation program. in which
new members are introduced. and a spring banquet. To
two members of this organimtion comes the highest hon-
ors given to any student: that of yaledictorian and
Sponsor: Miss Iris Howard
President 1 Richard Pitzer
Officers lclockwiselt Linda
Gray. treasurer: Russel Kin-
nison. vice-president and
Carolyn Clark. secretary.
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Struggling for the ball during the
Student-liaculty Basketball game are
XVillie lired and Bobby' Goforth.
Decorating the student lounge at Christ-
mas time are Gary McXVhorter. George
Anne Stoneham. and Judy' Hull.
Lowering the flag at the end of another
school day are the members of the flag
committee, Tommy' Spencer, Jerri Lee
McGraw. and Tommy Stoneham.
One of the most important and
influential groups is the Galena Park
High Student Council.
The Council promotes the general
welfare of the school by acting in an
advisory capacity to the principal on
certain school problems pertaining to
the student body, and sponsors and
supports those activities which con-
tribute to the betterment of the
The officers are nominated and
elected by popular vote of the stu-
dent body Each homeroom is repre
sented by an elected delegate Reg
ular meetings are held on the first
and third Tuesday of every school
month and special meetings and
assemblies m be called by e
Amonv the many projects spon
sored by the Student Council this
year have been the Student Faculty
Basketball game the annual car
wash and the decoration of the stu
dent lounge at Christmas
STUDENT COUNCIL PROMOTES GENERAL WELFARE OF THE SCHCOL
First Row: Karen Blevins. Sue Rushing. Paula Jones. Merline Spence. Jeanne Brown. l,inda Maxey. Molly' Logsdon. Second rou
Marilyn Livingston. l,a Dell KX'illiams, Barbara Lowery, Janie Myers. Marcille Chumley. XVanda Oxford. Mallery Hubbard, Kaye
Green. Mary Slocomb. Third row: Jana XVhite. Barbara lferguson. Marie Compton. Carolyn Clark. Sue XX'atts. Mary Chambers
Beverly Christian, Jann Hensley. Beverly l,aake. lfourth row: Mary Railacrn. Peggy Thomas. Kenneth Peacock. Johnny Nichols
Tommy Sanford. John Riggs. Gary' McXVhorter, Steve Vylheeler. lfifth row: Mr. Bartay. lfrankie Spencer. Ronnie Crouch. XX'ay'ne
l,avendusky. George Bordovsky. Russell Kinnison. and John Parker.
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Wlth the alm of offerlng a dramatxc outlet for
those students who enjoy the produetlon of
plays the 'l hespxan Club has worked dnlrgently
toward thelr productxon to be presented later tn
the year The offleers are Dnrector Mr Bank
head LPres1dentJ Ray H111 Assocxate Dxrector
land Nmce Presrdentr Vernon Hagen Producer
lqecretary m charge of Productlonj Judy
Hal Sanders and Pat Page haw. just completed a dramatnc scene
Sondra llxllndxx and Ronnn. lnmon are reh .Jrsnne 1 stem rom
a pax presented at mssemblx ulltd Home to 'Vlothtr
Cljckviisc Sandra Douglas Sue Beth KK are Beierley Castltberry Mrs Cirolyn Perry lSponsorl. Judith Smith
KI resid ntl lout Strahin fSocial Chairman! Daiid Spradin fVict Prcsidtnrl. Reba Rock. I.enora Norton.
Bo. ky lurntr lCorrcsponding Secretaryl and Pat Graham lRec0rding Secrctaryl.
PEN AND SCROLL SPONSORS
INTERSCHOLASTIC SPEECH MEET
The Pen and Scroll Club is a literary group under the
direction of Mrs. Carolyn Perry, eleventh grade English teacher.
Members of this club are those students who have an
interest in writing and an appreciation of good literature. Any
student of the high school who has these interests may become
a member of this organization,
Some of their many activities are: Having a float in home-
coming parade, having workshops on the different aspects of
literature, also lending a helping hand to the teachers sponsoring
a book review every year and who are working in the Inter-
scholastic Speech Meet.
'Vlaking plans for the Pen and Scroll Club's part in the lnterhcholasric
League Speech Meet are Judith Smith and Mrs. Perry.
Having a group discussion on the short story are left to right: .Joyce Srrahan,
Reba Rock, Mrs. Perry. and Pat Graham. v
lirst row: .loin llromnxltie, Ciarolinc Cfoniarl Donna lee. linda Matrix. .leanne Brown, Diane l,anier. Sue Stacy 'Vlonva XVinn lerri lee Vcfirrw
Second row: Roy Nlixon, llatw lriltins. Helene Mattoclt lloward Gann. .lanet lVlcKelvin. Bohhv Dolmsm, Guglnda l,Jnggmn,il53r y1CiC1vi1Ain, llury Bultnd
Betty Davis. Fvelyn Potchernicl-t. Reha Rock. Gladys liarenthold. Carlene Vfatson
'lihird row: .leff Brant. .limmy Greer. Donnie Nlcvlhorter. Randall Mcfforvey, Billy liaikus. Delores XVarren. Xlelvin XYheeler. Sandra Mattix. lfva Rogers.
I.eroy Tanner, Martha Buclcaiew, Tommy Cooley. XVayne Frisby, Vvlalter Cunningham. Don Craig
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The French Club. sponsored by Mr. Ciionel, is an organi-
zation for students who are taking French and who are interested
in the language and the French people themselves,
One of the their projects this year was the holding of a
French Convention at our school. Members from all the schools
in the Houston area will attend.
The purpose of the Spanish Club is to further the English-
speaking peoples understanding of the Spanish language,
customs, and culture. Some of the activities include: a float for
the homecoming parade, Spanish fiestas, and a banquet.
Top picture: left to right are Dicltie Person. Roger Jelly, Jerry Oliver. lirnest lxavings, Mary Nlontgomery,
Delta Danielson. Patsy Richards. Sandra Hendman, Toni Morrison. Marleta Armstrong. Roy Smith. Mr-
Cassiano, Tommy Perslsy. Bill 'lhuem
liirsr row: Tommy Rickert, Johnny Randlett. Merline Spence. Sandra Cates. Mary Vw'ise. Betty Dean
Second row: Sandra Douglas, Mary' Brown. Suyanne Rosen U h E
Third row: George Bordovsky, .lames Nelson. Jimmy Bryson. Barbara Polk. M-NY V"llll3m5f hhlflffl' YJW5'
Russell Kinnison. Roy Smith, Toni Morrison, Pat McMurray. Mary MontgOm0rYi Jfffl' Ollvffi Douglas
Aldmon. Pat Stanley, Edwin Ashlock. Mr. Cassiano
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moments of leisure.
Top Row Evelyn Potchermck Martha Hooper Ann
Lee Greer Yvonne McDonald Margaret Garsee Judy
Eberhardt Nxta Booth Mary Chambers Lmda Brasuell
Betty Sue Cornett Sharon Townsend Ann Stevenson
THE JACKETEERS SOCIAL OFFICERS
The socral offrcers whrch are Judy Allce Mack CPres1dentj Ba rba ra
Blanton qTreasurerJ Claudla Cannon Browmng fH1stor1an9 and Wanda
lSecretaryJ Sondra Hallrday lVlC2 Oxford fChapla1nJ are conductmg a
presrdentl regular meetrng of the Jacketeers
Betty Pxttman Carolyn l-lardm Beverly Chrrstran
Barbara Jackson Glenda Henthorn Pat Stacy
Mrddle Row Elrzabeth Hrcks Ruth Ann Walker
Lavada Mrller Myra Armstrong Cynthia Napoleon
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In l056 a girls marching
corps. the Jacketeers, was or-
ganized. Under the direction of
Mrs. Anna Ruth Duke. the
group comprises seventy girls
led by a Colonel and a l-ieuA
The Jacketeers perform at
football games, parades, and
other events throughout the
school year. The four corps.
consisting of batons. drums.
ropes. and whips, perform as a
unit, and have become an out-
standing part of school life.
Upon entering high school a
sophomore serves one year as a
reserve before becoming a
Strict rules and regulations
are set up by which each mem-
ber must abide if she is to re-
main a member of the
RESERVE JACKETEER OFFICERS
The reserve officers vxhich are Sharon
Condry fkice president! Jerri Ciibson
lSecretary J Kaye Burkett 4Treasurerl
Jana White fHistorianJ Blanche
Vaughn lChaplainl La Una Wright
lAssistant Chaplain! and Sandra Ben
nett tPresidentJ are busily working on
plans for the Jacketeer float for Home-
Carole Otting, Rosemary Stewart, Judy Parker, Helen LaUna Vvlright, Linda Powell, Dolores Howard, Dianna
Bettis, Thelma Sanders, Peggy Cooley, Cissy Rongers, Blasdell, Blanche Vaughn, Jana White, Jerri Ciibson.
Sally Seward, Myrna Sutton, Nancy Sanford, Barbara Sandra Bennett, Sharon Condry, Kaye Burkett, Barbara
Polk, Barbara lVlethvin. Brockman, Dianne Derouen, Sherry Miller, Lyndell
Bottom Row: Phyllis Sheppard, LaDell XVilliams, Maxey, Carolyn Pettit, Alice Faye Hill.
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MU ALPHA THETA VISITS INDUSTRIES
The Cialena Park chapter of the
Mu Alpha Theta was granted its charter
in the spring of l958. lt is a national
honor club for high schools and junior
colleges. ln order for an individual to
become a member, he must have a "B"
overall average, have completed four
semesters of algebra, and either be en-
rolled or completed plane geometry.
This year the club has taken sev-
eral field trips, among Which were visits
to the Shell Chemical Co., Sinclair Re-
finery, and the Robert A. Welch Foun-
dation's conference on atomic structure.
Mrs. Wade and Mrs. Shurley are
the sponsors, and the officers are: Presi-
lohn Mormon. Secretary - Deloris
Warren, and Corresponding Secretary-M
The aims of the Math Club are to
promote mathematics in daily life and
show its importance to other people
They are pledged to give help in this
field to anyone who asks it.
In the guidance office. one of the Math Club's
projects is to help students in math after school.
Seen here is Jackie Durham helping John
Young with an algebra problem.
Right: Looking bright and fresh in their blue
and white checked uniforms. Leona Appel and
Marie Compton help Mrs. Hicks straighten the
rooms and serve the patients.
Far right: One of the duties of the volunteers
is to help in the X-ray Department. Here
Mrs. Hicks shows Valerie Starratt how the
X-ray machine works. '
Below: Club members:
First row: Carol Barnes. Leona Appel. Linda
Blasingame. Deloris VVarren. Ruth D'Ziggel.
Carolyn McGinnis. Pat Graham. Mary Alice
Foster. Lenora Norton, Joyce Strahan. and Pam
Third row: Mrs. Jewel Hicks. Freda Davis.
Beuna Roberts. Karen Johnson. Vice-President.
Mary Gates. Sue Stacy. Secretary. Pat Asher.
Treasurer, Valerie Starrattd President. Kalene
Bean. and Reba Rock, Chaplin '
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An important proiect of the Future Nurses
Club has been organi7ing the volunteer program
at North Shore Hospital. Having been received
with enthusiasm. this program will later be
expanded to some of the other hospitals in the
Top leftt Volunteers Nancv Sanford and Bar-
bara Polk entertain a patient and give her a
ride around the hospital.
Top right: XYorking as floor hostesses Pam
XK'ard and Carol Black help Mrs. E. D.
McMurray on her daily rounds,
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The Future Nurses of America is a
relatively new organization in Galena Park
High School. lt was organibed in l957 by
its present sponsor. Mrs. Jewel B. Hicks.
the school nurse. and through her expert
guidance, it has become a very active club,
This organization provides a setting in
which young people who are interested in
nursing as a career can meet together to
share their interest and to explore the oppor-
tunities and requirements in the field.
The Future Nurses Club has many
activities throughout the vear. This year it
sponsored the March of Dimes campaign in
Galena Park High School. Visiting speakers
tell of the different fields of medicine which
the girls can enter. Also. members visit
various hospitals throughout the vc.-ir, and
during Nurse Career XVeek participate in
the festivities at the hospitals. ln the spring
they attend the annual convention of the
Future Nurses of America in Galveston.
The end of the school year provides
excellent opportunities for the social life of
the club. A candlelight service is held in the
earlv spring when the members receive their
pins. Later on a luncheon is held: finallv the
girls have an outing in Galveston when th-ey
tour John Sealv Hospital and then eniov an
afternoon on the beach.
Mrs. XX'anda Hughes. representative of
the Pasadena Doctors' XX'ives Club aids Mrs,
Hicks in sponsoring the club and helping
with the various trips and socials. -
Nlembcrs Top row Shelby Broun lohnny Vloormin I C
Sammons Jackie Durham
'Vliddlc row Frle Fxans ludv Hammond Rn Dcxxcv
Bottom row Vlr S1m Nichols Gul VJitts XX unc lrisbx 'Nlr
GALENA PARK HOSTS SCIENCE FAIR
The Science Club was organized in
1951 with the general purpose of
arousing interest in scientific affairs
among the members of the student
body and to make a collection of
scientific specimens for the laboratory
museum It was sponsored by S H
Nichols biology instductor who is
also the present sponsor Field trips
and collecting expeditions are made
at irregular intervals but regular
meetings are held on the second and
fourth Tuesdays of every month of
the school year The club is affiliated
with the Texas Academy of Science
and the National Science Club of
America The annual Science Fair
under the direction of Mr S H
Nichols is held each spring Nlembcr
ship is open to any member of the
student body that is interestcd in
Mr Nichols matches as L C Sammons straightens A rock collc tion
thej proj cr of lxartn Blevins before the Science lair begins lx rtn
ha worked many hard hours on hcr project I
This year the highest honor
given to any Science Club mem-
ber. that of being called the
"Scientist of the Year." was
given to Shelby Brown. He won
this award by designing and
building a radio telescope. pow-
erful enough to receive the static
of the stars. This was the first
telescope of this type in the na-
tion cver built bv an amateur.
One of Cialena Parks students Exelwn Potchcrni k
exhibits her project on the lungs at the S ience lair
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into planning ind making
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The chess club is an organization for students
interested in the game of chess. The club members have
practice games every week and then enter in tournaments
with other schools on every other Sunday. The Chess
Club has won its fair share of these tournaments.
Clockwise the members are: Judy Hammon, Erle Evans.
Richard Hodges, Johnny Kuvlxendall, Judith Smith.
Mr. Mock lsponsorm, Nlelvin XVheeler. Gail Vwlatts.
The Astronomy Club was formed this year by a group of
students interested in learning more about celestial bodies.
Sponsor - Mr. I-larold Odom
The members ofthe Astronomy
Club which are left to right:
Charles Merrill. Sandra Doug-
lass. Shelby Brown, Richard
I-lodges, and Charles Crouch.
The Camera Club is an
organization for camera own-
ers who are interested in
photography. Its m e m b e r s
work toward developing an
appreciation of good photog-
raphy, developing high stand-
ards in quality of photographic
work, learning photographic
processes. The use of good
photographic equipment, and
making a record of high school
activities is stressed.
Top Row: Janice Shirley.
David Spradlin, Ereda Davis.
Jean Bordovsky, Miss Purcell
Bottom Row: Anna Lee, Mar-
tha Cavanaugh, Jerry Dean
Ciore, James Brittain and Erle
Top row Ann 'Stexenson
Imda Powell Judy Sears
Darlene Blue Shirley Moon
Brenda Hatcher F r e d a
M1 dle row Sue Crxsp
Carlene XVatson Sue Rush
mg Thelma Sanders Frankie
Bottom R o vt Marilyn
Young Paula Jones
I' H A CHAPTER OFFICERS
FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OI
The Future Homemakers of Amerxca
IS the natronal organnatnon of pupxls
study ng homemaktng 1n the junior and
sentor hxgh schools rn the Unxted States
The Future Homemakers of America
brrngs together state groups mterested rn
workxng toward better home and famtly
hung provxdes opportunxtles to share rn
solwmg problems Important to home ltfe
and sponsors group projects local state
and nattonal rn scope rt mcreases oppor
tumtles for development of leadershtp and
Intelligent partrcxpatlon so much needed m
a democratxc socxety
Future Homemakers of Amerxca rs an
mcorporated non profrt youth orgamza
txon It came mto bemg through the co
operatne efforts of youth enrolled nn home
malunq classes rn secondary schools
burldmg a nattonal organnatron of thetr
own tn whrch they may dexelop soctal
qualrtnes and promote better home life for
xts members and famxlres
There are about twenty exght thous
and boys and gurls rn Texas who are mem
bers of F H A and about twelwe thousand
boys and gurls are tn Area IX the area rn
vshrch Galena Park IS a member
All homemaknng students are elxgmble
The local president as selected from the
sennor class of the next year by electron
Busnly occupled rn th two dntsrons of the Homemalung course
are Carole Black faboxe prctureb sewmg and Myrle Guynes Pat
Graham and Carole Black lrrght prcturel preparmg a meal
TOWARD NEW HORIZONS
Dlscussxng the exents of the day ower a cup of
coffee are Mxss Brggs Mrs Thompson and
Mxss Purcell who are all IHA sponsors and
DQVUQ Shurlcx' Sprmsor. 'lkommy MoonfPrCSiCiCDl, Rebeiia
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Iovcc Strahan, .Iudv
Mason, Ann Iyeamons
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Clhlldcrs. Row Lee
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fwurrh row' Linda
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C.S.LI. PRESENTS DAILY
Evangelist Freddy Gage spoke
at a C.S.U. meeting on Novem-
Sandra Roberts and Sandra Douglas prepare to gxve a dally devotlonal
Radene Fowler Dennxs Chl'lSIl3fl Sondra Hallxday an
J-prepare to dxstrxbute the hundreds of toys donate by the
students of Galena P rk Hlgh School for the needy chlldren at
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Each year the CSU proyrdes a plaee
vyhere Chrlstxan students of all denomrnatxons
may meet and haye fellowshrp together 'I hey
work toward rarslng the standards of the school
and hue projects such as therr Chrrstmas and
Easter assemblles They sponsor baskets at
Thanksglvmg and toys at Chrrstmas for the
needy chrldren of our commun1ty Each month
the C S U has a specnal mnssronary project and
at many of thexr meetlngs they brmg m local
pastors and some evangelxsts to speak
Delores Vyarren and Steye Wheeler
gnc one of the daxly deyotronals
Brother Ed Stewart gaxe the message
wr at the annual Chrrstmas assembly held
5 193 2 on December 19
Rebecca Ivy and Tommy Moon. Ou!-
standing Zfhn ians for 1959. are
shown preparing the music for the
next CSL. meeting.
MARY ALICE LOGAN
JATFX MANUFACTURING COMPANY
Special recognition was given to Mary Alice
Logan of the Jatex Manufacturing Company at
the annual Junior Achievement Sweetheart Ball
held in the Sam Houston Coliseum, February
7, 1959. Mary was announced as third place
winner in the finals of the Junior Achievement
Sweetheart contest for the greater Houston area.
The awards were made on the basis of beauty.
charm, poise, intelligence, and personality.
ON DISPLAY TODAY"
Galena Park High School has five junior
achievement companies, two sponsored by Shef-
field Steel, one by Nyotex Chemical, one by
A. O. Smith, and the other by Texas Budiene.
These junior business organizations give teen-
agers opportunities to gain valuable experiences
in business procedure, selling. and the actual
production of useful articles for which there is a
market. Among the products put out by the
junior achievers have been barbeque pits,
aluminum serving trays, garden hose hangers.
chopping boards, and lighter fluid and charcoal
lighters. The faculty sponsor of the junior
achievement groups is Mr. George Bunkley of
the school's industrial arts department. Junior
Achievers meet every Monday and Tuesday
nights during the school year in the buildings
of the industrial arts department.
The Jaytex Manufacturing Company is spon-
sored by Nyotex Chemical Division. This year
the following members made cutting boards:
First row: Sharon Hathaway, Karen Johnson
Second row: Sandra Williams, Suzanne Rosen,
Valerie Starratt, Mary Logan, Rhonda Hart,
James Hart lsponsorl, Thelma Sanders
This year Texas Budiene and Chemicals
sponsored the Sure-Lite company which made
lighter fluid and charcoal lighter. Their mem-
bers are: First row: Ann Ferguson, Mary Ann
Sturdavant, Judy Ardoin, Pat Scarborough:
Second row: Walter Sturdavant, William
Tutor, Richard Hatfield lSponsorl.
Sponsored by Sheffield Steel. the Galena
Nlanufacturing Company made barbeque cook-
ers. First row: Dick Thurman, Benny Om, Lola
NVest, Bill lXflcMurrough, Sandra XVilkerson.
Joe Ubernosky, Louis Fry, Ronnie Herreth:
Second row: Ronald Henderson, John Parker,
Delwin Rollison, Ray Armstrong, Kenneth
Huseman, Ed Gault. 74
The Ascot Products Company
is sponsored by A. O, Smith.
This year their project was to
make aluminum serving trays.
In this Junior Achievement
l.inda Gray. Pat Sulik. Sue
Rushing, Jack Sanders. Pat
Cravens, Trulah Roesler. Tanya
Second row 1
Edwin Ashlock. Ronnie l,ea-
mt-n. l.inda Firotemarkel.
Veronica Moflett. Joyce Hardy.
Pamela XVard. Mona Johnson.
Suellvn Johnson. Russell Kinni-
"Baron" Munchow. Jo h n
Vann. XK'endell Taylor. Doug
Busker. S, R, Newton. Earl
Holmes. Ray Goetch.
This year garden hose hangers
were made by the Jatellite Prod-
ucts Company sponsored by
Sheffield Steel Divison of
Margie Sulik, Loraine Johnston.
Carolyn XX'ililams. Molly I,ogs-
don. John Riggs. Frank Pickens.
Buddy Moody. Harris Vv'ilson.
Bohhv Tihhitts. Jerry Reedy,
Jim Venderhurk. Buddy Mayo.
Corkey Sandel, Rohert Mosley.
Mr. James. l.arry Snyder
larry Pave. Douglas Stewart,
louis Fell. Lnrfv Hendricks.
John Kuykendall. XV a y n e
Frisby. Thomas Lynn
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FUTURE TEACHERS A, Nfl
The F.T.A. was organized
during the school year of 1950-
1951 with goals to emphasize
the qualities of dependable char-
acter and leadership . . . to
orient student into the teaching
profession, and to give students
the opportunity for active par-
ticipation in teaching.
Under the guidance of Miss
Neal, the members of the
F.T.A. will one day be the peo-
ple that will shape Americas
destiny. They are the people
who will mold the thinking of
the next generation,
First row: Edith Murphy, Susan Amberg. Lexie Byrum. Joyce Strahan, Pal
Second row: Pat Stanley. Diana Blasdell, Donna Lee. Budy Mayo. Terry
Third row: Nliss Neal 4Sponsor5. Carolyn Garrett. Cynthia Hilliard. Pat
Graham. Karen Blevins
SHAPING AMERlCA'S DESTINY
Under the leadership of Mr. Richard Pemberton, the Art
Club this current year has grown with leaps and bounds, One
of their many projects was the screening and selling of school
Screening is the process by which you force paint through
a silk screen that has been cut into a design, thereby leaving the
impression upon the material. You may have recognized the
"Back the Big J" posters put up around the school.
Touching up one of the pennants sold bv the 'Xrt
. vrna Fuller
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GALENA PARK CHEERLEADERS
First Row: Lola Vkfest
Second Row: Donaild Jeane, Franklin Kilpatrick, Buddy Mayo.
Doug Busker '
Third Row: Jo Ellen Sisson, Barbara Adams QHead Cheerlead-
erg, Linda Lloyd
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THE GALENA PARK YELLOW JACKETS OF I958
First Row Dale Foster, Hal Hallon- Second Row: Jimmy Hill, Stu Stewart,
quist Glenn Collins, Edgar Brantley, Bill McGonagle, Kenneth Whitney.
John St Clair, Jim Cowan, Jimmy Jimmy Solley. Benny Orn, Robert
Greer Douglas Avery, Douglas Hale, Warrington, Harold Wingate, Bobby
Jackie Manchack, Danny Gardner Cnoforth, Ciary Bennett, R ic ha rd
Paul Smith Julian Kuehl Charles Dawson
Head Coach End Coach Line Coach
GALENA PARK 'AYELLOW JACKETS"
Third Row: Gordon Ellioxt, Jerry
Cook. John Brightwell, Jack Weldon,
Ronnie Crouch, Norris Sterling, Ted
Weatherly, Lynwood Moore, Bobby
Tibbitts, Johnny Nichols, Randall
GARY BENNFI l
Jimmy Solley returns intercepted pass with help of Danny Gardner
GALENA PARK AND MILBY BATTLE T0 A
Galena Park, the I2-AAAA favorite, didnt do such .1
good job of defending its title.
During the 48 minutes of playing. nothing was gained
but tense excitement of the estimated 10,000 fans at Dement
Field. Milby's big line kept Galena's attack from looking good.
The only bright spot was the five intercepted passes on Galena's
side. Jerry Cook only collected 0 yards in 14 carries, Gordon
Elliott led the rushing with 76 yards in I6 tries.
Both teams fumbled and fumbled. Galena Jackets lost five
of their seven fumbles. Jackets led Milby in total yardage 143
to 106. The score ended, 0-0.
BUCKY BISHOP EDGAR BRAN'l'l.l2Y
JOHN BRIGHT WII.I.
C I ININ COLLINS
I VRRY COOK
REAGAN SMACKS JACKETS, 14-0
Reagan High School of House
ton came through Friday night at
Dement Field with big plays to
defeat the Yellow Jackets. l-l-O.
The game was played on a
slow. slippery field after a week of
drenching rain. The crowd was re-
markable considering the weather.
A 65-yard pass was the first
sixfpointer and put the Bulldogs
ahead 6-O. The other marker came
in the fourth quarter and lengthen'
ed Reagan lead. Although the
statistics were fairly close, the
Galena Park Jackets were not at
their best. Costly fumbles aided
the Reagan cause. A sluggish of
fense caused the Jackets to fizzle
out after starting offensive drives.
This made one loss and one tie
for the Galena Park Jackets.
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GALENA TOPS MIDLAND FOR FIRST VICTORY, 12-6
Galena Park had their first win of the season Friday
night in Midland.
Quarterback Bobby Goforth passed a 60-yard aerial shot
to end John Brightwell for the first score of the game as well
as the season. Then Goforth got loose and rambled 30 yards
for a 12-0 lead. Glenn Collins kicked for the extra point but
it was no good. Midland scored late in the fourth quarter.
It was a big win for Coach Smiths eleven, which at this
period have all aces on their record with one win, one loss. and
Jerry Cook makes the tackle on ls O
DANNY GARDNER BOBBY GOFORTH JIMMY GREEK
Guard Back Gllllfd
Junior Senior Senior
GALENA JACKETS CRASH BRAZOSPORT, 31-13
Friday night, October 10, Galena Jackets won over A
Brazosport 31-13 at Dement Field.
An onside kickoff by Brazosport was recovered by an
Exporter on Galena's 43 for a touchdown. The Exporters
score once more, and after four and one-half minutes of play,
Brazosport led 13-O.
Galena's hopes began to rise when Stu Stewart made his
first of three touchdown passes to John Brightwell. Jerry Cook
went two yards for another and Stewart passed to end Jack
Vv'eldon for a third before the half. Cook romped 37 yards and
Stewart passed to Brightwell for the final score, 31-13.
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Helpful support is always given by our managers, Jerry Reedy and End
Raymond Meade. A Senior
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One win one loss on Pasadena
Cialena Park leads Ball High
YELLOW JACKETS TUMBLE THE
TORNADOES 36- 12
Friday night at Dement Field. the Cialena
Park Jackets started at a slow pace once more.
The flat passes started the Tornadoes on their
first scoring drive. A long pass from the tail-
back to the right half was good for their first
touchdown. The Jackets held the Tornadoes to
a -32 rushing total.
From then on it was all Cralena Park. Jerry
Cook seemed to really come alive, scoring three
touchdowns and four extra points. John Bright-
well received a pass from quarterback Stu Stew-
art as did Jack Weldon-each making a touch-
ln the fourth quarter, after a Ball High
lineman grabbed a Yellow Jacket fumble on the
Jacket 35, the Tornadoes made their second and
last touchdown, putting the Galena Park-Ball
High score 36-12.
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J ackettears at Pasadena
GALENA PARK YELLOW JACKETS
G0 DOWN FIGHTING
Galena Park spirits fell to a low ebb Fri
day night at Pasadena Stadium.
And audience of l2,000 watched the
Eagles make ten points in the first half and
hold Galena's charge in the final 24 minutes.
Pasadena maneuvered 57 yards to the Jackets 8,
where they booted a field goal for a 310 lead
in the first quarter. An intercepted pass by the
Eagles set up Pasadena's only touchdown.
Pasadena was determined to put the game
out of reach in the third quarter. But the
Jackets' defense led by Bobby Tibbitts, Ronnie
Crouch, and Johnny Nichols put up a barricade
on the Jackets' 3-yard line.
In the final period, the Jackets began to
move, Kenneth XX'hitney made Galena's only
score. The Jackets led in total yardage, 218 to
208, and outgained Pasadena 75-40 yards rush-
ing in the final half. The l0-6 defeat of the
Jackets sent them a long way from the District
Stu Stewart goes over for a touchdown.
SMlTH'S ELEVEN PLUCKS THE GANDERS
Galena Park came back from a
10-6 loss to Pasadena last week to
defeat old-rival Baytown 27-15.
lt was the first time for Jackets to
defeat Baytown on Dement Field.
ind to make two straight wins
over the Ganders.
Galena was led by Gordon
Elliott and Kenneth Whitney.
Elliot turned in his best perform-
ance of the year gaining 179 yards
in I6 carries for a remarkable aver-
age of 11.3 yards per carry. Alto-
gether, Galena Park got a total of
359 yards rushing, 324 of them
on the ground.
Stu Stewart scored first, late in
the fourth quarter and Bobby Go-
forth kicked the first of his three
conversions, making the score 7-0.
ln the second quarter Gordon
Elliott scored on an 85 yard run
from scrimmage, Goforth convert-
ed and the score was 14-0. Bay-
town scored with minutes left in
the half. Half-time score was 14-7.
In the fourth quarter Whitney
scored on a 13-yard run. Both
teams scored again, making the
final score 27-15,
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NORRIS STERLING STU STEWART BOBBX TIBBITT S
Tackle Back Guard
Senior 86 Junior Semor
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STEWART'S 99-YARD RUN HIGHLIGHTS
SOUTH HOUSTON GAME
JACKETS RAMBLE 45-6 IN scored two. Kenneth Whitney and
FOG. The longest run Galena Jlmml' Sffllel' l0ln9d the Scoring
Park fans have seen was displayed Pefade Wlth OH wuchdown each'
. Bobby Goforth kicked three con-
by Stu Stewart in the Pasadena .
U 4 I I versions to add to the seven Jacket
Stadium Friday nite. Jerry Cook, touchdowns- This Wm gave the
also scored two and Gordon Elliot. jackets A 4,1 record for district
who plays halfback opposite Cook, play.
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Jmfior JERRY WIGGINS
WHO'S GOT THE BALL???
JACKETS MAUL THE BEARS
The Galena Jackets showed how wrong sportswriters can
be by defeating Spring Branch 59-12. Although the Jackets
were picked as only a l point favorite, they ran up their highest
score of the year. The Jackets held Spring Branch's well-known
passing game and played great defense the whole time. Jerry
Cook was the leading scorer for Galena with four touchdowns.
Jackie Manchack scored two, and Kenneth Whitney, Gordon
Elliot, and Richard McGinty, one each. Bobby Goforth kicked
five extra points.
GALENA CAGES THE BEARS?
TEXAS CITY TESTS GALENA DEFENSE
The Yellow Jackets completed the 1958 football season
by defeating Texas City 33-O. Playing one of their best games
of the year, the Jackets rolled up 542 yards rushing. This final
game left Cialena with a 6-l record and second place in District
12-AAAA. Jerry Cook led Galena scorers with two touch-
downs. Kenneth Whitney. Gordon Elliot, and Jimmy Solly
made one each. Johnny Nichols, Ronnie Crouch, Norris Ster-
ling, Danny Gardner, Randell Vincent, Bobby Tibbetts, and
Ted Weatherly, a defense mechanism to be reckoned with, held
the Texas City team scoreless, and their furthest penetration
was to the Jacket's 15 yard line, Jerry Cook, GP. halfback
wrapped up the district scoring title with his two touchdowns
and brought his season total to 82 points.
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First Row: Jim Selms, Edward
Hood, Billy Freels, Larry Short, Joe
Campbell, Roger Neal, Jimmy Stew-
art, Daune Graham, Clark Jones
Second Row: Bat Dement, Johnny
Haydel, Bill Raney, George Custer.
Jimmy Cook, Achie McClure, James
Gutcher, Charles Fletcher, Claudie
Smith, Loren Fuesling, Dickie
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Third Row: Coach Wilson, Jackie
Matejka, Leland Knox. Donald
Fain. Douglas Simmons. Dennis
McQueen, Glenn Wilson, Bucky
Bishop, Richard Morgan, Milton
Dodson, Coach O'Neil
First Row: Forrest Rodgers, Joe Second Row: Cecil Davis, Jim Fun- Third Row: Coach Sadler Russell
Jones, Ralph Riggs, Gary lX4cWhor- derburk, John Ladue, John Riggs, Kinnison, Marion Dodson Dennis
ter, Jimmy Mitchell, Mike Guy, Roy Tommy Padgett, Walter Cunning- Christian, Jackie Matejka J J Orr
Moore, Larry Lyles, Curtis Zell ham, Roger Neal, Russell Ketchum Marcus Haggard, Maurice Hoyle
Mike Smith, Coach Cobb
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Everyone enjoyed a luscious dinner.
FOOTBALL BANQU ET
The Annual Football Banquet was held in the
Galena Park High School Cafeteria. January l9, at
7:00 P. M.
The program commenced with a speech from
Nlr. John l-loke. principal of Galena Park High, in
which he introduced the next speaker, Johnny
Nichols. co-captain of the football team. Johnny led
the group in the invocation before the dinner,
Mr. VJ. C. Cunningham, superintendent of
Galena Park schools, greeted the crowd.
One of the highlights of the evening was a bliss-
ful and inspirational talk by Reverend W. P. Death-
erage. 'Iihen came the announcement of Football
Sweetheart, Anne Franklin. Jerry Cook, captain of
the football team. presented Anne a bouquet of twelve
long-stemmed red roses, Following the presentation
of the Most Valuable Player Award by Mr. Nathan
lsenberg to Jerry Cook, Nliss Jerry Gerald next pro-
ceeded in offering the cheerleaders' awards. Then the
coaches of the Sophomore Varsity. Junior Varsity,
and Varsity gave the awards to the boys on the teams.
To bring this wondrous evening to a sublime
conclusion, all sang the School Song, and John
Brightwell gave the benediction.
Jacketeers serve at the Football Banquet?
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GALENA PLACES FOUR ON
ALL-DISTRICT I2 AAAA FOOTBALL TEAM
Left: Norris Sterling
Right: Ted NVeatherly
The Galena Park Yel-
low Jackets placed four
boys on the l2-HAHA
All-District F o o t b a ll
Team of 1958. These
boys were chosen for their
all-around ability in the
Jerry Cook, who won
the district scoring title,
earned his honors at left-
halfback. His outstanding
ball-carrying ability added
much to the team's success.
He was also chosen as
Most Valuable Player by
Another player who
contributed much to the
Jackets scoring punch was
John Brightwell, picked
as an All-District End. He
was often the target of the
Galena Park quarterbacks.
MOST VALUABLE FOOTBALL PLAYER
Outstanding in the
Galena Park line, Norris
Sterling received his hon-
ors at tackle. His rugged
playing on offense paved
the way for Jacket ball-
carriers and on defense he
was a great aid in Galena's
Rounding out Galena's
contributions to the All-
District team is Ted
VVeatherly, who had a fine
year at the center position.
His tackling and blocking
was another asset which
gave the Yellow Jackets
a good year in football.
Left: Jerry Cook
Right: John Brightwell
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First row: Dennis McCullough, Buddy
Lanier, Bobby Cioforth, Frank Pickens,
Second row: Jerry Reedy, Gordon Elliot,
Jerry Cook, Stu Stewart, Jack Wel-
don, Doug Busker
Third row: Tommy Moon, Ronnie
Crouch, Early Clowers, Robert Bar-
low, Jimmy Smith, Coach Gerald
N i' in
First row: Charles Ayres, Kenny Curtis.
Archie McClure. Ronny Domingue.
Gary Cambell, Charles Fletcher
Second row: Douglas Almond, James
Wilcox, Ernest Miliken. Billy Bel,
lotte, Bat Dement, George Fuller
Third row: Mike Smith, Jackie Matejka.
Don Craig, Donald Faine, Bob Sum'
.mers, Lealand Knox
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JACKETS BEAT HRAZOSPORT, 73-43
The Jackets won their
third straight district game
in a thrilling climax.
Trailing 53-52 with 7
seconds to go, Jerry Cook
made two free-throws to
put Galena ahead. 54-53.
Baytown ended the game
with a frantic shot, near
half court, which missed.
The final score was Ga-
lena Park 54, Baytown
53. Jack Weldon scored
l-l points while Tommy
Moon tallied 12.
The Jackets started the new year off right by defeating
Brazosport, 73-43. This was the first district game and the team
came through in fine form. Tommy Moon led all scorers with
22 points while Jerry Cook was second with l2 points.
GALENA DEFEATS TEXAS CITY
The Jackets again came out victorious in their second dis
trict game by
defeating Texas City, 63-42. Jack Weldon led
with 15 points, Bobby Coforth was second with
RoBERT BARLOW EARLY c31-owERs JERRY ,COOK
Senior JL1r1iOr SCIUOF
GALENA PARK - SPRING BRANCH, 50-37
The Jackets rolled over the Bears by a score of 50-37
They played a game similar to their first meeting with them
working the ball very well and going for the short baskets.
Jack Weldon was high scorer with 21 points. Jimmy I-laug
land scored 12.
Jerry Cook dribbles toward another Galena
JACK WELDON Jerry Cook jumps for a tie-ball. Tommy Moon anxiously awaits the jump
between Jack Waldon and the Texas Citx
GALENA REIGNS AS DISTRICT CHAMPS WITH WIN OVER PASADENA
YELLOW JACKETS STING THE EAGLES
Playing in a gym packed to capacity with 1,400 people.
the Jackets clinched the district crown by beating the Pasadena
Eagles -I9-42. The game was pretty close all the way, Galena
led at the half by only three points. In the third quarter the
Eagles closed the gap and held a brief lead but the Jackets
came through the fourth quarter to win the game. Jack Weldon
led the Galena scorers with I8 points, while Jerry Cook hit IO.
C. L. Weldon
Golden Gloves Champion
Novice Division, Houston Area
GALENA LOSES TO
The Galena Park Yellow Jackets
fell to a strong Port Arthur team in
the bi-district play-offs by a score of
49-38. Leading after the first quarter
by a I2-ll score, the Jackets lost their
lead and Port Arthur went on to win.
Jack Weldon was high-point man for
Galena with 15 points. Tommy Moon
TWO JACKETS PICKED .FOR ALL-DISTRICT I2-AAAA BASKETBALL
Tommy Wloon with an average of 13 9 points per game
and Jack Weldon with an average of 13 3 points per game
vsere chosen for the 12 AAAA all district basketball team This
mythical team was selected by eight district coaches who chose
each team member on the basis of teamwork playing ability
and scor ng ability
Jack Weldon a Junior ranked fourth in district scoring
He was one of two juniors picked for the all district team Due
to his outstanding performance he was mentioned for all state
honors VVith his past record Jack will be a xaluable aid to the
Jackets next year
Tommy Moon closes his senior year of basketball ranking
sixth in district scoring Experts haxe eilled him Galena s Old
Reliable because of his constint scoring threat Tommy was
leading scorer in points per ime for the Jiekets ind vms also
GALENA PARK HIGH SCHOOL
G. P. Opponent
72 Brazosport 43
63 Texas City 42
54 Baytown 53
84 Galveston 42
54 South Houston 42
60 Spring Branch 50
44 Pasadena 38
73 Brazosport 57
60 Texas City 37
43 Baytown 45
53 Galveston 46
58 South Houston 50
50 Spring Branch '37
49 Pasadena 42
considered for all state honors
First row: Warren Shaw, Eddie Rongers, Bill
McCionagle, Lee Wells, Gary -Stacy, Steve
Wheeler, Cameron Douthitt, Gary Bennett
Second Row: Earl Holmes, Frankie Smith.
Donald Lea, Prank Pickens, Guy Hitt,
Randall Vincent, Kenneth Peacock.
Third row: B-QyFBejlote, Dennis Christian
Cwary Slemaker, Jimmy Smith. Jim Cow
an, Bobby Tibbetts.
GALENA PARK HIGH SCHOOL
BASEBALL SCHEDULE - 1959
3-Marian ,,,,.,,,,.ir.,.,,,.,,-.. Here 3:30 p.m.
5-Deer Park e,,... ..... T here 4:00 p.m.
6-Galveston ..c,.eee.... e.... H ere 4:00 p.m.
10-Spring Branch .ee.,e ae,.. H ere 4:00 p.m.
ll-Deer Park eee...... ..... H ere 4:00 p.m.
13-Reagan ..... Here 3:30 p.m.
-Reagan .,.. ..... H ere 3:30 p.m.
18-Marian .a,.. There 3:30 p.m.
20-Bellaire ,i,.,, Here 4:00 p.m.
25--Galveston -, ,,,,, There 4:00 p.m.
-Bellaire .,e..,.,...,..,i.,...... Here 4:00 p.m.
3-Pasadena .i,i:eee. , .i..ve, C e:,. There 7:30 p.m.
South Houston ,.:.., L- Here 4:00 p.m.
Brazosport ...,,:,,::, ,:.... H ere 4:00 p.m
Pasadena ....,.. . ,...a aa.a:, H ere 4:00 p.m
Brazosport :::...:,:: There 7:30 p.m
There 7.30 p.m
BILLY BELLOTTE GARY BENNETT
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Frrt rom Gary Salmon Johnny Nxchols
Archle McClure Rnchard McGnnty Jack
Vwfeldon Lynvxood Moore John St Clalr
Second rovs Coach Srmpson Ted Weatherly
forth Jrmmy Solley Rxchard Polk Norrrs
Sterlxng Eddle Wrggs Claudle Smrth
Thrrd rovy Russell Krnnrson Charles Clark
Davrd Langford Gary Cambell Jerry
Srmpson Roy Moore Drckxe Persons
Bucky Brshop Ralph Rxggs Jnmmy
Holder Jackle Nlanchack Johnny LaDue
Norrns Sterlmg sets nevs record rn drscus
Fourth rovs Jerry Reedy Larry Shortt James
l-lelmer Jxmmy Mrtchell James Crapltto
Walter Cunnrn ham Danny Gardner J1m
Funderburk John Rrggs Jackxe Ferguson
Brattloff Charlne Ayres Coach Sadler
Fmfth row Dougla Srmmons Jackle Matejka
Donald Fame Dan Walters Leelond
Knox Sonny Wrngate Ronnle Crouch
Robert Barlowe Stu Stewart Shelby
Brown Paul Murphy Clark Jones
Jlmmy Solley pole vaults all the way
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Second row Coach Cobb Wayne Pear
son Jlmmy Murff Allan Boyd
Fxrst row Thelma Sanders Barbara
Adams Nma McDougle
Second row Lxnda Patterson Jeanette
Busker Rose Lee OBryan Janet Plant
G.R.A. PRCMOTES GOOD
C. R. A. Sponsors: Miss Gerald, Miss
G. R. A. Officers: Pat Carvens fSocial
Chairmanr, Lola West fTreasureru,
Sharon Crawford lVice-Presidenti.
Trulah Roesler tPresidentb. Barbara
Adams 4Secretaryl, Marcy Hesse
lCiame Managerr, Nlonya Winn
The joy of giving to others and the magic of
Christmas inspires the singing of carols led by
G. R. A. winning volleyball team members are: Reni
Upchurch, Jean Edom, Nancy Rickard, Sue Vv'atts. Cissie
Rongers, Corris Logsdon, Barbara Melton, Charlotte Caudill
Ella Mae Beaman
Mary Ann Sturdavant
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OBrien Joye Greene Pat Asher
Suellyn Johnson Norma Roden Judy
Second roxy Delores Warnell Doris
Pouncy Nary 'Ihibodeaux lim
Diyis Birbara Jordan
Third row Jeanie Broun Vlarilyn
Ricks Mary Jo Randow Alice Vklomble
First row Cythia Graham Cindy
Johnson Pat Graham Peggy Nelson
Judy Nlison One7ia Donaldson
Onetia Donaldson Diane Derouen
Second row Billie Childers Mary Wise
'Vlyra Armstrong Joan Payne lrene
Third row Linda Hodges Rhonda
Harte Eva Ashford Linda Dorsey
First row Sandra Fulkerson Sandra
Fulghum Jetta Staten Linda Brote
mwrkle Nlary Ann 'ioungblood Gloria
Byrne C iil Methyin Susan Amberg
Seeond row Nlolly logsdon Betty Sue
Kinnison linda Say age Lugenn Butler
Freddi Bell Sally Seward
Third row. Linda Goodman, Jeanette
Busleer, Linda Loyd, Lynda Hendricks.
The Girls Recreation Association
s hid a s' e ule is year, as
usual, lt played tournaments in volley'-
ball, basketball, badminton, and ping-
ponv. At the annual Christmas party
the girls had lots of goodies to eat,
songs, games. and other entertainment.
lnsteid ot' exchanging gifts, everyone
brought a toy and give it to the Cf,S.L.
yy ho sponsored gill? for needy children.
One night in Jinuirv, Vlrs. Day' from
Baytown came to show us some new
rajthmic exercises, FX of the G. .
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LLASS OF 59
Class Motto We Walk By Farth
Not By Sight
One of the projects of the Senror
Class IS the care of the coke m chmes
Here we see the Semor Class Offlcers
Ann Franklin Secretary Pa lme
Daniels Program Charrman et
Whrtney Presrdent Jann He l ywv
Vice Presldent Sondra Hal 1 ll yy, VI
Chaplam and Lmda Saxag 'lrea
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Class Flower Yellow Rose
Class Colors Whxte and Gold
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Probably more fun than vxork
A One of the many activities in which the
Senior Class participates is Slave Day. when
Honorable Seniors, with their lowlv sopho,
more slaves, create. interest and fun galore.
Most Honorable Seniors Gladys lfahrentholcl
and Pam XYard show lowlv sophomores
Arlon Booler. .Ianie Martin. and Sharon
Townsend 'how to keep our school clean,
The slaves don't seem to he putting their
whole hearts lor should we say elbowsl
A more formal affair is the Senior Tea
given by the Homemaking Department in the
spring. It gives the girls another chance to dress
up and the boys endure the occasion in s
collars and ties
During the latter part of the year come
all the club parties, Senior Day. and the Senior
Outing, All Seniors and Senior sponsors
he found eating, swimming, horse-hack riding
and generally roughfhousing. Since the picnic
doesn't begin until noon. the Seniors have timt
to roam the halls of ol' Ci.l7H,S, and draxt
envious glares from their under-classmen
Another unforgetable event of the veir is
the Senior Banquet. The girls, looking like
princesses and the htmys like knights-in-shining
armor all have a most exciting time and eniov
the delicious food
And then the Big Night---Graduation il he
shouts. the tears the speeches and then the
llartv. All night the verv excited Seniors dantt'
see movies swim eat and have a wonderltil time
The next morning the verv exhausted Seniors
have breakfast and then according to the de
gree of exhaustion. thev go their separate wavs
This sums up a verv busv Senior vear
This was the big year. the last year. Now as
young men and women the Seniors of CT' H S
will go out into the world, and whether near
or far awav they will alwavs remember the
glad times and the sad times at Galena High.
A Most important to our Senior Class are the Senior Class sponsors. llamming it up on the
Senior Play set are lseatedl Mrs. Duke, Miss XVeed. tstandingl Nh. Dawson. Mr. Jensen,
Miss Bernard. and Mr. Beberstein. They seem fto be giving Class President Kenneth XVhitney
and Representative Bobby Tibbits a hard time as they try to clear the set.
4Then comes the Senior
Play. The stage-frighten-
ed actors and actresses
managed to live through
the fear of missed cues
and forgotten lines only
to have a big success.
This year Joe tKenneth
XVhitneyl declared. "You
Can't Kiss Caroline"
tI.inda Brownl but did.
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One of the most memorable events of the entire Senior
Year is the Senior Prom. tBelowJ: After months of anticipaf
tion. weeks of organization. days of picking out just the right
dress or suit. and hours of decorating, everyone managed to
overcome butterflies and have .1 wondrous time. The music of
Ed SuIlivan's orchestra flowed through the air. Sylvan Wag
enchanting the moon romantic the weather w ll it didn
sto anyone anyway tAbotel ua er-io .1 Q
banquet held the same night Igvervone was delig ted with the
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C ASS DF '59
ADA VIS ROLAND MARK
Known as 'Vlarkleuarn 'VI.1rl1
rs takrng a Scrence and Engrneerrng
s1quencc As .1 student rn G11l1r1.1
l11rl1 f r ten wears he has been rn
rh1 b.1nd .1nd hatrng a great rntettst
rn roler skatrng has vton many
1w1rds rn slntrng
ADANIS BARBARA IEE
Barb harrng attended G1l1na
Park fer tuelxe tears has reeerud
many honors clrmaxrng these .15 head
cheerleader and Homecomrng Quten
She has been an outstnndrng member
many organrntrons C
secretary 9 te Salesman and Jr
Executrke Au .1rds rn Junror Achreke
ment Sfefklflfy of Sophomore Class
Sophomore Inxorru 11 cnndrdate rn
the coronatron I' H A Junror
Olvmprrs Tennrs Club 1nd 111s
G11l1n.1 Park s representatrte at Ctrl s
SIJIC rn vthreh she w1s one of the
Oustandrng Crtrlens After thrs
bust school lrfe and 1 course rn n
terror decontron she pl1ns to 1ttend
AVIBIQRG SLSAN Fl I7ABI'TlI
usr1 .1 an JCIIXK' memb1r n
the ITA rs preparrng, t11rs1lf for .1
future rn teachrng H r oth1r 1ctr1r
IIKS rnclude Junror Ahr111m1nt
IHA Honor 91cr1tx CRX Chorr
Homeroom representatne Messr1h
O ree Home room offr1er Rrrn
bows 1nd Demol1y SlAkCIl1ClfI
LCIA .1s.1PII maor TLAQI
Xl r-rr DOROTH1 roersr, L14 1 1
Xlter l sears rn G1l1n.1 l'1rl1 Drsttrct Dorothx plans on gorni.,
t1 1111111 to further 'mr busrmss rrnrnrng Asrde from her busy
lrl1 rr s1hool rn tht follovrrnq .11tr1rtr1s CRX PNC I-HA lnrl
offrter IBI -X Sophomou repr1s1nt.1tr1e home room presrdm!
Dot h.1s tlso b11n 1 tru rn LX O .1s Drstrrct Pr srd1nt Droceszrn
tre11s1tr1r .1nd Parrsh p.1rlr1ment1rr.1n
XRDOIN JI. DY
l.rdt often spok1n of 1s lr1n1hre rs rnterested rn sports AS
mn bt h r trxrtr rn th1 t1nnrs club .1nd rn dancrng
follows 1 busrness s1quenc1 1nd rs .1 trxe rn Junror Achruement
Stu1l1nt Councrl nd CXO
XRXISIRONG OSCAR LNIFRX IR
'Is 1 product of tm lxe 111rs rn Cr1l1n.1 Park schools .lunror
I llotrrne 1 91r1n11 .1nd Lngrnurrnr, Course and rs tlso J member
IH-X 1nd plrns to g,r1du.1t1 rn une
XRKIS I RONC1 IBIRTLS RAN
1 h trng, I en .1 stud1nt rn C l sehools for srx 1e.1rs pans
tw eradurte rn Aueust H rs follournr, 1n Industrral and X ocatronul
our 1 .1nd hrs rntrrests outsrd1 11fs1.ho11l lr1 rn huntrng and frshrng
XRNOI D FDXX IN F XRI
turn 1 a l 111r srud1 t rn C lj schools rs followrng
11t 1r1st rr'u t1 1nd brnd 1s .1 memb1r of the Houston
Nouth Ssmphonx lxnoun 1s Coon ln rs rakrng 1 Qcrmce 1nd
ln1rn11rrn1, ourst and rs rn th1 N1tr1n11l Honor Soerett 1nd N 1th
XRHLR P XTRICIK I OLISI'
l'1t tAl1rng 1 Home Fconomrcs course 1nd plannrng for 3 nursrny,
r 1 1 o rr1 r S e rs n
1lIr1r rn the Future Nurses Club 1nd rs rn Q RA 11nd IH-X
ALIERIX XI-XRY -XXX
rrx n 1 tn n111 111 1 Hug. 01
us d o 1 11r1 Xrts seqttrn 1
1 hrs 1 1 C11l1n1 I1 s1 cols rs 1 m1r11
o 1 onor o1r1t1 tur1 trrs1s f ub H-X 1nd C1
XXIRN DOLLI Xi I XXII R
Uouelrs plannrne 1n 1xt1ndrrrr. hrs s 11111 1.1r11r II Ro 1rt
trnr r 1l1ge rs nou t1 rng, 1 S r1n11 1nd I n1rn11rrn1, Count
1 1 111
1 1n1 s 111 111 1t 1
BXRIIXNI BONNII IOL
on stu ent t 1 busrn s s u1n 1n p ns t1 Ill
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Nl. ' An . 1ft' l1 1 'n .ts 'lrttle I'-l' lt". ' her lusf
tro 1 re h.1rr is nn hon r stud'nt in the I tl ' .I .' J , 1 an
Sh' 1s 11tt 'nd'd -. ' 1 I'11r AI1 1 ' ll v1'.1 and is . ' ber
t th' H S 't '. Ifu 'N fl .CSIL lg 1 1 'RA,
I, t 1 . 1 1 1' 1 1 el l ' " 1 b' Ii.
Iee.l 11 Cvl' ' ' .ls '1 fc' 2 V " 1 .
As 11 .ltrne gr11dtt11t' he 11'rll h111-e f1vr11t1l'lrd lw'l " vents rn Q1 I'
sclrt cls l hfr, I -'n 11't 'e rn fot I1, Il
'B N ls .1 . tl tn ht l es 1eq ' 10 . d l.1 1 , 1'n1I
bu ' tl ' 1 .lter gr.1d1r11tr-. n in .lut1e. She has "n . d-nt
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BXRI OXX ROBI R I
e hy durtne, ts nxne xearx tn
G P Q hools has been prepartng htm
or nee 9 te
and lngtmertng, eewurse He has been
ne e lx x
OlllSldt of sehtml hts mnn tnterest
P14 Xl XIXRC XRLT IOXN
SS VII il
une graduate Vlcre is
lw tn tn the Industrnl .md Vocatunnml
4 ue e Berne ml rested tn cars an
ext t xx rle he has shown IS
interest lt ttletny, mutex mechanlcs
BI AIR GPR-'ll D TRXX IS
lune ermdux fherr in
nn ln the hustness seeuence
tml her acltxtttes hue lvnn tu t
tn heme, on the all star xolleylull
team Her plans for the future are to
work awhile then get marrted and
ruse llumecomtng Queen and loot
hull Heroes for Galena Park
rrt 1 utelxe tear student tn Cl sehools h1s follow .1
business sequ n e 'md plms to grtelutt an lune He plans to ext nd
hrs Sehofltng after qrwdumtmun
Bl AIR HAROLD XXIII DON
arry ng e e has htd mueh the mme
school llfe as 1 tuelte utr student tn K l schools He 1150 folltms
.1 bustness sequenee 1nd tlter ertduttttn tn June wall eontmue: hts
schoolmg tn eolleee
ey e men v c the lt leeteers for three umrs 1
estnt tretsurer hrs been ters letne tn x html tffurs sueh as he
X u 1 tresteent Intent fum I represents! Sexph more
S nmr e vrexentltxte 1 ut
emlx lx nm ttletrte .1 lvustness Reque e md plans lo .xtte
een rtduttmn tn une
IIIXINS lexmxlce TLLDU..
nn ne l In e tn etre xv IS fu loumg t e tlnra
s sequenee mn plan to lttend SH 1
1 den I' meur mme attendant Senmr
' xx ht mem e e en ne .mn l
Vilf' el bUSlnlXS ill Uk J lk ls pf pflflng. f
r to 1 n en te .
tru t he has been tn Band C RK and the Rllu Cm 5 C
Btvtxsrett ttax XXINIIII PCNl5filQlEQ
UIFIFL 3 L O UU L
ssex Busmess College n htntwr t dent e as lt tn
Nmtmnal lltmnor Soeletx and lren h luw
BONDS JLDIIH CXROI YN
y ullemtng a He 5 e uenee S tn G r
lhespnns Black and Ctld Retuc and Clreen and XX hm. Retue
Naltonal Honer Scenery and Tru H1 Y
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BROVJN CHKRIES RRY
Buddy .15 .1 product of 111cl1e
NCAYS of Galena Park schools ls tak
mg .1 SCICRCE and Englnecrlng
qucncc Bcmg an honor student h
15 1n lh1 Nnllonnl Honor gO1lkIN
lhc golf tc.1m .1nd ln th1 boullng
BROXXN DORA JF-KN
Jean known ro her flrends as
Brovmc IS follovung .1 buslness
Cquence lnclud1d among her 3CflXl
llcs are GRA Nurses Club FHA
ISORDOX SRX Il AN IRATNC l S
lxnown Bunny n h1s 11I1nd11l our 1 l1o11l1 I111 11111
1n1 11 1 lng, 1 l11111n111 c11urs1 lnclud1d 1mon1, h1r 1 11111111 1
11nor So:11l1 1 1n KYQ n
11h11h Ql11 1111 V1c1 prc1ld1n1
BOUSI JUDY IIAINI
1 nk 1n1l1d Schools ln C 1lcn1 1 l1 111 1 u 1
v1 1 ll11r1 ArI9 1lu1 p lo con 111 h 11 owl 1 H 1
s collcgc B ng., 1cl111 1n hool fl11rs h1 I1 l-1111
Slu1l1nl Councxl CRA lllA Bl1cl1 1nd Gold R1Nll1 f11ron1l111n
lunlor nd S1n1or RLPICQCHIIIINL Iunlor c1111sl 1nd ln R11nl11111s
BOYD Bl VI Rl Y IO
lny, 1 ud1nl n 1 n1 1r oolv for f11 1 s
1 Inf, SLK L 1l'll KY1 lnllfln CUUYASC K 1 S lkn
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rilty ll 111
Elms Hum 'Tu1:kN.
n111 OVKD Ulm 11 for 1110 1111 11h11olls r111ons 15
tn 111 11111' 1nl 1n 1 r11 l1rk Scha 1 for 1111n 11' rs
1 11 1n hm nor student 1n lh1 llnc Arls 11qu1ncc 1nd pl1rls o
etudxlng Cll'1.SS 1l1115,n1n1, ll Stcphm l IXUSIID or llunls11ll1 l1n1c1
S Ylkn n UHU 01. K, OH' ln V I 1 S C. ls Skill!
l11d1r lr1n1h fluh 1nd Ad11rl11ln1 Idllor on lh1 Annu1l Sllff
Sl11 .1lio l1.1cl11s pl1n11 1nd ls church Orgjlnlil
Top C1. QlooVYSD'NPv Q,
CIIIXXIII IOHN XKIINIS
u1h1r fll11v11ny, 1 1r1 rs S1 111n11 Q lo n
C1.1l1n1 P1rl1 schooli for 11x yc1rs Hc has l11'1n on thc XJFSIIY fool
KCIIT1 v1h11l1 l11 V111 chown lo All DISITICI lflm on thc
Track Tldm CAh1plln ln Home 1nd lamlly l111n1 and 1 l1',m n
BRITTAIN IAMI S I l OYD
lollovung, hls Lrc1t IHILFCSI ln phologrmhw llmmy h1s b11n
pho1o1,r1pl11r o lhm Annu1l St1lf for two v11r1 ln Ihr' c1m1'ra
club for lllfkk y11rQ 1nd l11s rcc1'1v1d thc C1fl1f1c1tc of Mcrlt ln
V758 l1slm1n Korl1k Con 1: Vvllh nl1n9 towuds ll ln
1 l1l1111n11s collrec TI SMU hc 11 I1l11n1, 1 l1l11r1l Arts fouru
BROH MARKI l lllNDA l OU 'YN
1 ud1nl n 1 1 l 1ool1 for 1v11l11 v 1r1 ln
1 bccn 11 oo 1n1 mm1lnll1 11r1 11 111
L W1 1 IOH1 UTIUY Uklklx Sllli knl
o11n11l rc'r1r11cnt 1111 1s111l1 nmr 1 11111111111 R1111l1o11
11rs MYl R111 Cross S f1 l11n md Y'Vl' 1
EROXVN J -XHES Bl:NJ -XXllN
B v11ll l1.11c 1omplctcd l nc
wars 1n G P schools upon Lfddll-1
l1Cn ln Allgllil Hc ls 1.1l11n1, .1n ln
duirrlsll and XAOCJll0H1l 1oursc 1nd
has had :1 gr1.11 lnurcsl ln ITIUSIL .11
bhoun l'11 hls p:1rll11p.1l1on ln thc
Squ1rf.' Dlnclng group .1nd .1 lo1.1l
BRONX N lx X THRYN
Bung ln our s1ho1'l dlslrlct onlv
o 11111 K 11 1sl1l11ng :1 sl
ncss four 1 ln s1l1o11l her maln 1n
111 h11 1 1n 1 lHA A
LII u111on 1n lun1 11h1 lS golng to
1n Cr l11r 11111 I1
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ll.1'1 1 All' ' , A 1. 1 l.1r for 1 "l 'c yrnrs, .l dj
no ' . l.A ' .l . . lvnl l.1ns t1n ' cr.'l1 in 1 lu 1-
nvs, Y' . ci 1 1 A sc .1 . .. 5 ' ls in 1h1' ..c ' 'crs,
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l'l.1 1 11 1 111 l,cc .lr, C ll'p' 'Sl 11 n11' . gg .1
l.1h' . Arls c ursc, He 11'1ll gr.11lll.1lc in August .1l11'r 11r1'c s
A A - 1 Af .,
P-R 1"A 2 '. 2 11' , ANN
lfdg. 1'1ll l1c1'1'l thc '.1ll of Lnclc .A.1m .1fIcr 'r.11l11.1li1n A .l
and A ' 7 ' .A . " , . A . . llc l1.1 f1llo1"d . .Ac 'nc
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L I 1-1 in th' l.nd. VHA, GRA. N.lA .l ll S ' '. , l-
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BROXXN llND-K CXII
xtng b cn an 'tettte student tn sehool 1lf1tr1 lor m nx 1
ltnda ts trkme, a bustness sequenee and h1s been tn the Nunn l
Honor Soetetx Student Counetl Sophomore 'md luntor Offt
Semor represent IHC Coronttton Sentor Play XBCPHS Chttt
tn vthtch she has been 'tn oflteer for two tears md Chotr suett
hurt and lll-X Upon grtduttttn tn lune she pllns 1 modtltne
BROXX N SHLI BX
S thx betnq tnteresltl tn t out 1 S tence 1n
Engtneertng eourse He ts tn the Xstrortomy Club member nt th
ture etenttst o ertet S enet lair lltwttsmn Xstronomx
Club Sctencc Club 1nd Mtth Cluh Other Interests tnclude Chess
elub Chotr and CSU llc pltns on tttendtng, the Lnttersttw of
BRXANT SANDRA SLI
San ra culled Dubber bt her frtends h1s been 1 student tn
Gtlena Park schools for tueltc xe1rs Follewtng 1 must: sequen e
she has been tn the btnd for three years She has tlso been ln
GRA Church Chotr 1nd Rttnbovts
BULLARD JOHN WILLIAM
Betng a student tn GP schools for ten years John ts takmg
a Sctence and Enrgtneermg course He plans to attend college after
graduatton tn June
BURRIS JACK ODEII
'Bug B has followed the Sctcnce and Engtneertng sequence tn
school Htsfacttttttes tn school hate Included basketball b1sehall
Student Counctl A Cappella Chotr and the Slesstah After gr1du1
tton Jack ts undectded wheth r or not to go to college or to the
BLTI ER ELGENI-'K ANN
Gent.: ts folloutng .1 busmnss sequenes 'Ks A sports enthusmst
she has hetn ters acute tn GRA She vttll graduate tn August
fwtzxt otottta Jtiax SHSTQJ
rt ts 1 student tr' C1 P schools for tvtelw yetrs IS ta mg
1 me A ts etwurs :md planntng to attend Sam Houston Sttte
mehers C l e 1tter eraduatton She vets Vltss March of Dtmes
for l078 tn Stud nt Counetl Juntor Aehtctement tn vthtch she
mas Juntor A btev ment Sweetheart GRA CSL and Chotr
BYRLU lE7xlF DEI'
repartn h self or tl uture te1 hung career Lexre ts talttne,
1 ltberal Art sequence and ts a member of the PTA She ts also
tn the CSU and FHA
C'XP"S RLDY GENE
Ruds has attended GP schools fo seten tears H ts talung an
ln us rt.1l ard Xuattonal sequence and plan on graduattng tn
A memorable etent for etery
Sentor ts measurtng for hts grad
uatton cap and gown Here Mrs
Vaughn helps Martlyn Young
get the S176 for hers
'K-K. Y A 5 I
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CARPENTER El IIABETII
lucrlle rs .1 student rn thL home
mnkrnq sequence and .1 member of
the f H A and plans to use thrs ex
perrence rn future wears as .1 house
vnrfe As a graduate rn lune she wrll
hare completed nrne y rs rn thrs
sthool drstrrct Other rctrrrtres
clude bmd G R A 1nd l1dres
CASFY CHARI ES GORDON
Tnkrng an lndustrral and Von
tronal course Charlre rs plmnrng
on .1 draftrng career Prtparrng, for
these future plans hrs marn rnttrtst
has been rn draftrng
CALDII I CHARI OI II:
As .rn August graduate Glenn has
shevrn hrs mam rnterest rn metal
tr1dts by taltrng the lndustrtal and
Hnrrng :rcqurrcd the nrcltname
lanket Charlotte tml-t g
Qcrrnce and Lngrnetrrng course She
s betn rn A Iuturo. Nursts
uh C R r u rr
graduatron h pI1ns on ntttndrng,
81m Houston State Teachers Colleen
LAX ANAUCH MARTHA ANN
N'I1rth1 Itrovsn to her frrends as Mtrtre rs follovrrng .1 home
mrkrntz sequence She has been rn the Galenr Park drstrtct for twelxe
yurs and wrll graduate rn June Other actnrtres are l H A and
C rmera Club
CAXXI FIEI D JUDITH FLAINE
.Judy plannrng for r future busrness course at the Unrxersrty
of Houston rs preparrng herself rn .1 lrberal Arts sequence A
studtnt rn the Galena Park drstrrct for twelve years she has partrcr
pated rn I H A Art Club and Lrhrary
CIIII DLRS I UTHER CENF
Hnrrng been rn Galena Park schools for twelre years Gene
takrng .rn lndustrral and Vocatronal
tourse 'Vlakrng use of thrs course he rs actrwe rn .lunror Achrete
o ten c1lled hrldre
CIIUVIIIW CUY EPXXARD
Iddre trltrnq 1 business sequtnce 1nd plmnrng 1 crreer rn the
A r lorte rs prepsrrng hrmself rn tht Crtrl Arr Patrol He g es
under such IIIASES 1s Act r XX 1x nn 'VI1 or He says
thrt rt the present trme hrs mrrn rntertst ISIC grrdurte
Cr ARK BRLINDA rYx'sr WN NX s
Brrnth after completrng four rrtrxe yerrs rn the Grlena Park
School Drstrrct rs plannrng to attend lrcksnntrlle College upon
r1 u1tro rn une rtte One rs she rs frequent calls.
lturnrlrsm Secretary and Homeroom Vrce Presrdtnt Outsrde of
sthool she rs qurte 'rctrre rn church work berng Hams County
Nlrssronrrx Baptrst BTS Secretrry
CI 'IRR CAROI YN ANN
A rtrx 1cttre student rn G1Itn1 l'1rk schools for tuclw. Serrs
4 rrtrlxn 15 1n honer strrdtnt rs followrng 1 I llWCf1l Arts sequente
Nht hrs hern Sophomore Representurre Unrt Stcrturx of I H A
ttrtmrx 1tron1 Honor mretx Student Councrl
I 9 C 9 U Prlrclt and Gold Rerut 1nd on the Annur
rf t S ner nrrsrttn r 1 rlrstrret rrte rwrtstttnt rnt
strr stcr o A so sr rs thu church organrs 1 n
YUKI Lf L 1 K KKYQ K W 3 'rn
Ntums me Umlu. tele Nr tl a
f I ARR DAVID Al I ANI
mn ns rrtrt r t ru vt hut comp rtrtl
K X YN l'1 I L 'I OO 9 ll'llll'kY
Iustrrrl 1nd urrtmnr rrxt INK utrxe
rn lunrnr Achruement H plrns tu go to uork rttrr g,r1du1tr n
nnrr s ten 0 ourne rr f t ct mr n s
tr t 1 rr err r 11 tn l lhrs urll como tt
t mrs rt n or t r r 11 r
n t nt nr A hu t
rrnt v r sr r rn r
s It t r r rr of rnttrtst
vert Colt rhool I vu r 1 tr 1 rn
rrn rr sc ook umm rs rr rntro ne n plrns w
rnrlvnk rert e lr 0 ree uotrr he rg 0 I
t1lItd hrs bun rn ltrnror Achrtxtnnnt rml rx rn Demo ay
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lf . SLI Sh' wa I .I 'fl' t. srl ' 'fl' , . I
x trr- 'rr mfr- f M.Y.If. r. ,rr 1 - 'r. 1
X, iw ' .rrtrve 'nh' of th' .l.rk't" ., sh' 'nr Imth Crrtnrn . d
H X r l Mnrtrr nf the Drums. After qrntlrrntinn she r1I.rns tn attend college
A ef 7 , , .rncl I" ' .r Ho ' Ilcon '. 'I ' i future vt'.1rs f, fu -
I '. r
Ur I ' grrdt. 'n in .l rn', "ll 'ill . " I' '
' tw'I 'e ven ' i the C.1I'n. Park Sch I llstrict. Ili ' ' '.ts in
his Int '. r V . ' .I cot h. " Ietl him ltr Ive rs
'.' ,e .. ' ."'. .'o.
CCI-I . I r' ll:I2
"A ha, h' f II " 1 n l'lernI 'Kr s warren ' . I Iwn
nn fttunlng coIl'ue '.ft' .drrrti n ' .lrntu " ', " Ir' '
tw-'ve x". ln Crle A Park sch 'Is for h'r II: v.1 i rrx Anti 'rtirs
I rluclv Iwlnq Iletrlcrvrvt in th' hw I G R A lu or Q "r"
rr ' I' 'I' A , .mtl Alf I1 Cluh Ott ld' uf srlnwl she is ' th'
Urrler :rf Ilrrlnlwxx' fur rtls
COI I2 . . 1 T H.
, ffl I A I ilwrrrl Arts eqt 'rv'r- h.rs Iw'n th' mrrin Ii e 4 ' " for
Il,rlI ' in s' . Ie 'II hav- mn1pI't'I nine wrrs ' the
'L tlrl- 1 P. It h ' h' 4' ,rl . ' n in .ltr .1 fl . J rn
X f .rtt' ' ' Rrb E. I,e' . C II'v "T ' as ', ft'n
C IINS IIQILIANI N
cr owtng ne
str ucnce tn the spectal educttton
tt Pmnntt pltns to grtduttc tn
lune She has been tn the CII' school
trtct twelte yttrs md plans t
vtcrk .tfttr grtduatton
CO1 l INS Cl LNNI GRADY
tt s s n tn the
ht tl dtstrtct ntnc years and ts n
nt, tn gr uttton tn lune an e
Stun I 1nd Lngtneertng sequence Hs'
s etn acute tn footbal lst
as n o tcer tn L, tt
the IHA After graduatnon 4.
pltns rn gctng to collebe
COOR II RRY CXRI TON
Iollovttng, In tndustrttl and toca
tional toursx erty oltcn ca et
Cooklt. ts httter knovnn for his
long dtsttnc runs on the football
uctne par tct
nt tn lnsktthall and track e
vtns tn Student Coun tl was Sopho
more 1nd luntor fatorttes elected
Most Outstnndtng Iootlmll Plawer
tn Houston tn l958 and Duke of
Coronatton tn 1957 and l958
C OOTS RLSSI I I TIIOVIAS
Another hungry sentor Dubber Brtghtuell
buys hts lunch hoptng to sattsfy the growltng
cunds from wtthtn
As 1 studtnt tn the ictenct md Ln
etnttrtng sequenct Russell plans to grad
L tn u s m tn tnttrcs
s hots! hts hetn tn hand
COVINGION CAROIF I XXI
Upon grmdutttng tn lune ftrole wtll
Inu completed e tn yemrs tn tht C l
I tool D strt I Somettmts tl cd
vttctte sh his lollowud 1 ltustn ss
I uenct d p ms on uorktng t ter
shc krtdttatcs ln school she uts tn the
lttkctcers ftr two years
CRAX LNS RUBY AI OH X
Known to her friends as 'Vltsste
'Xloha hs been follotstng a hustness
sequence and plzns to grtclmte tn June
at vthtch time she utll hate completed
twelte years tn the G P school dtstrtct
She has beentn the GRA FHA Iuntor
A tewement and pltns on dotng detatl
vtork after her graduation
CRAXEN PXYSW ROW FNX
X tn actue student tn our st ool
't has pam tpmtt su h mttttn
1 S ntor pltt Stttal chatrman C' f
u urc Nursts l luntor A htue
ment Thcspnn Club -Xrr Fdtt tr of the
Xcllou Jacket Back tnd Gold Rtxue
md the Rtchtrcletts After cnmplettng
r t .xl s tursc u ,tt
ns to hcr ark or 3 tv co
KRIXXS RIBICFX ROSI
Lpon mr hrs uatron um
It kte vu In comp at tr
ttuurst tn ustntss Among her x t tttt s
t hts bt n c k t
crm uttt t 1
'ettd h lu stmss trsc r
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llf Y K llfk W In
t v has t
t and t Ps
nt told Retue Out rf s
hetn tn the Clreen and Xkhtt Ruue
KOOI LY 'I HON145 I l ARD
Ihomas IS planntng on .xttend
Ing tollege after hts gmduntton tn
lune and completton of tweltc yeurs
the C P school dtstrtct Tom
Drolcx h1s followed a Sctencc and
Ingtneertng sequence and ts tn the
Ntttonnl Honor Sottety and IS Cor
rcspondence Qecretarv of the Math
flub Hts tnttrests outstde of school
art tn photography and postcard
C ASS OF
DOIII R XR ATT XXII I IANI
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I Qclcncc and InI,InIIrInI,
s ucncc. I has pIans I Iwmg,
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uIn I III IrIp rI IrsIII for IIIIIIII I I Is Ioun II I
IX IrIIr In IIII Inn I II xIIrs SIIphIInIorI IIprIsInIIIIII IIIIIIIIr
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S nmr IIIxs sIIIII Ih1 rm
I IIS IRIDK NXDNI
Uvn 'IQ K Our IUS ILCJ ,Ili S'lUXln I I' II I'
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IIphIn I uIIIn Io III
RIS IOIIN I' L
II nnx um In s hm dIsIrI IIIIII II
Dunne, hIs hIg,h schrmI dns hI his worked In Il SIIcncI and Lflgl
nIIrIrI,, IquIn c Is a IIIIII s III InIIa b ng, a m mIIIr
CI II o n I IIII I Johnnx has no dIfInIIe
plans aIIIr grIcIIIIIIon
D-XXIS NX Il.-XN
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3 IIIII m m Ir Shmung hIr InIIrIslI In musIc
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-Xfur IrIIIng I IIII IrI Bu I nwII
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hgh s IIIII .Is cm .I mImhIr III I N IIInI IIIInor
o IIII QIUIILHI C0uncII and IIIII-I AIIII grIdIIIIIIIn Bu IIII
hIs pIIn5 of conunumg hIs IducaIIon
DKVIQON I IND-X CARROI I
SIImIIImIs cIIII'd hx hcr nIIIInImc Soxhcan I IndI I9 mother
nIIIr IXII Is mn I I I I 'IIIIr rI
uIIIng IIIIII her homcmIIIInI sIquInIc IIndI Is gmng, IO vxork
Im sII I II cn a mcmbu If III An c uh Ind
IOLI N ROI II RRI I
II sIIrnIlInIIs I.1IIId II hIs hun shown hIs InIIrIsls In
IIII nIusII IIIursI hI Is follovung III, hung .I mcmhIr of IIII 10lr
Also III hIs vIIIrIIcd In IhI Ilhrlrx AIIII suxmg hIs IIrm for Uncle
Qnm In IIII Axr IorcI Rox plans Io .I!lInd Sam Houston VIIIIIII'
DOCKI NS I I SIP ANN
IxnoIIn Is Rnmc OTIKICX I0 hIr best frmcds Ann has vIorIIccI
dIIII,InIII In hII,h sIh0oI In her busxmss scqunnce PIrhIps we vIIII
mul 'Xnn II rs from nIIII 15 shI uants Io bn a rL'IcpIIonIs
n :IIIIIIII 'Inn s a IIIIII 5 InIIuI GRA YHA and JIIIIIIIQIS
DOI I R XYKIOND
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III II and InIInIIrInI sIqucnII h hII III IIvI
I lIInIIwnd IS I-rIpIrInI., Im Ior III xoIalIIIn I p Ins
I I In school hI hIs IIIn In IhI ba
DREW ET I CRARI I AURICT DLDI FY PIII I II Ix 'IT HRYN
Ixnmsn sImpII hx B hc as
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Imcrrmg, scqucncc After hcmg In G P. Io compI:Ic her husmcss scqurncc,
s hool .h h.s h In In ha .
',IricI Iwclvc wars. In school
has hccn in Ihc VHA and has scrvcd CRA. :Ind I'I'If'K, After graduation
as .1 unit p.IrIianIcnI.Iri:In. Outsidc of I lic is going Io continur her I uf
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1nd plans to go no Nurses s1hor1l and
thm get marned
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den: who plays foo1b.1II and was on
the sophomore baseball ICJITI IS fol
Iowmg .1 Ilberal Arts SLQUQHCL and
plans to attend ACC after gradua
11ng from hxgh school
IOWI LR I ARRY GENL
Iarry Nhghly VINE I'owIer 1s
I'11II11v11ng .1 Suence and Enq1n1'111ng
course and plans to atrend T1.x.1s
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.1!1end1d Galena Prk fo 11A1I1e
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IOX JOHN SIIIRNIAN
'In Indu trtal X oeatron1I student
S erm lox ts rntcrested rn a e
Wd 1nd metal shop :Irs and ot
rods H plxns to go rnto earpentrx
work alter graduatrng
I-RANKI IN ANNE CAROLYN
Anne known to mOSl people
Annre wall hate completed nme
actnc years rn GP schools upon
rzraduatron rn June She rs takmg a
bustness course and plans a career as
either a secretary or housevtrfe I
eluded among her many ACIHIIICS are
Senror Class treasurer Junior class
representatne Bustness manager and
Junior edrtor of Annual Staff Ste
retary and Vrce president of INC
chorr Messrah Black and Cold Re
tue GRA football and Btseball
Sweetheart Tlent club md the
Iortunes .1 popular srngnng group
IRI EMAN I ARRY
arry who has been rn Gae
lar School Drsrncz for melee
rs graduate rn J ne H rs
follovtrng tn Industrral Xocatrona
sequence and pltns to attend draftrng
school er to take a draftrng job
IRISBY OSCAR XXAXNE
Xawne plans to attend 'Texas
AUN1 after graduatmg rn June H
rs an actrxe student hatrng een
c ence lub uct presctdent CSU re
porter Journalrsm Co sports edrtor
and a member of the french Club
He ts also rn Demcln and Junror
I s 1 1 me tn Band rn uhrc 1e
le 1n ourna rsm as e lou Iacke edttor and
rr11er sports Ile 15 also tn Iunror 'Ifhtetement He ho es
en Ie e 1n o atten eolleg uhe h will mator rn
ILICHLNI SXNIDRR IPL 1 .5 I Are
une :nrt 1 rts seque e mdt ha been tn '
sehools lor ten xetrs She has been xctrte rn GRA IHA Offxce
sports and hset of 1II ettrng She plmns to vtork after graduatron
ILI KERSON SANDRA JFAN
Lpon ,mduatmn Sandy xtrll hate completed tveelxe years rn
C P s howls As 1n XCIIXE student she has been Sophomore repre
setntaute rn C RA rn band and rn Student Council She rs takrng
1 busrness equence nd vsrll continue her education at co e e
tfter gr1du.1t on
FUI I FR CH 'IRI IF DAI F
Shorts the alms used by Charlte rs an Industrtal and Vocational
student Hts mnn rnterests at the present time are found rn the
Ixenneth 1s 1 gr1du1te tn August vull hate completed tvelxe
rs rn C1 c 01 s noun as Itboy or Aer. he rs a mem er
0 the Curl A I7tt I
I UI I IIR IVIYRNA I INDA
'KIyrn1 lno tn to frrends as N11 rna Babe has been a student
rn C1 I7 schvols for tvtelte -,ears She has been an actne member
rn the GRA INA IHA and Art club Takrng a business sequence
she plans on .1 bookkeepmg or comptometer operatrng career She
enjoys basketball swtmmrng and horse b1 k rrdmg
I. 9 RX IXNN
lnp L et tn er tuture se too
at at or rtersr 1 .11 s e u In C P s hoos
r 1eht1e1rs S e h1s een 1n ho1r Iuketeers CSL and Senxor
Cxot Cuzxtt C IQIQJ3
rttl tlso re erred to as Crue Ctnrtl 1s DIJDHIUL on uslng
11s ex1er1enee m e Ind s rr 1 Xtcatronal course' he s
Ink 'I I fl U ION e4 HK IOH XKUIIK el Iun UI'
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ISRXI II RKISN II -XXX PL
B me 1 student rn C I' Q hoels for tuelxe wars Rubs ts ta Ing
1 erm f tts set uenee On er 1t1t1tle5 are CSU 'K 1
elub 1nd 'Nrtrontl Honor Soelety
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IRI ROBIRT III
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mIrIwIII IIIIII Im IIII IIIIrI I I III
I I I I IIuI 1 III III Imm IIIII Ir In1 WI I
InIIrI5tId In dInIIr'I IuIsIdI of schoII Ind plans on .1 c1rIIr In
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ITIS U II'1"l I0 I LISI
IIIII hu IIcn
OI Is r Io S I
Iolloumg IhI SIIIncI and EngI
nIIrIng sIquInII' II1rl.1nd has re
vId msIIf vIII for Ihe hug cr
I ucatmn h plans 0 tn e A Ir
Ira u1IIInn In sIhonl hI has been a
mImbIr of tl1I NIIIII Cqluh Ind out
I fIhI III II Is In
c Iur h and IIIIIIII III
IInn om of Galena P1rlI s out
stmdmg, studInrs has ccrtnnly p
pIIId hcrsIIf not onlv In school hut
mu sIdI also She h:I I1 cn Ice
nrI'sIdInt of the Semor class Qtudent
I unII fx IL In 'I IIe han 'In
IIn1IIIwn In, rInIIIs uliII I
s ml sh his hIIn DImIrlJI NIIIII
Irt Ind XKIwrthI Idusnr of nn
wus IftIr Iraduxtlon I vu mn, I
I-I' ' I ..n I ' campus
Sam Houstcn Collcgc
Herman I9 another GP tu
dent who has been In thls dIstrIcI
tvIclIc yI.1rs In school he has bIen
Ictnc In baseball Student Councml
Iumor AchIcIemInr and .1 homeroom
I-ffICI'r Outsxdc of school hc hxs par
IILIPIILII In hoxlng Ilcrnmn his 0
IUIIIII the Induslrnl :md Xocmtmnal
C ASS O 59
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HII I. JIVIMY ROBERI
l1mm1 has worked In thc 1ndu1
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Hll I R 'KYKIC ND
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G1l1n.1 Park has h11n f11o1h1ll
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HII I STANI I'Y BX RON
Man v111rl11ng 1ov1.1rd he goal of gomg IO TCU I11s l111n
1n 1l11 s111n11 1nd cng,1n1'er1n1, s1qu1nce In school hc has hun
h1nd Jfld o111s1d1 of s1h0ol h1 ghovss his 1n1111s1 1n flung hx hung,
ln lh1 C111' Alr Palrol Cadcls
Hll SVIEIER RICHARD DAI I
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HODCF9 BOUD I UCINI
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AI111 g,r.1du111on h1 plans. 111 1l11nd coll1L1
HOI DER IAMIQ EDXX ARD
J1mm1 has taken the 5c11n1c and engmccrlng course to pr1p1r
I11ms1lf for hxs fu ure dJXS 11 Texas Ln111rs111 T .1 11 1s 1s
I.11or1l1 ex1r1 curncular act11111
HOI LON DOROTHY I OUISE
Dormhv h1s prepared for hcr future I11 1nl11ng .1 busxncss
s1qu1nce In school sh1 has h n Il tue In C1R-X Black and Gold
Rum and I 'X
HORN CI IIIORD I OLI9
noun s1mpl1 C1111 h1s bc1n 1n 1h1 1nduslr11l .1n
111111onJl SLQULHCL AII1r grndu111on h1 pl.1ns IO con11nu1 l11s
HLBBRRD NIM I ERX SLI'
as bun 1111 a I r r 1h111 11.115 1n C13l1n.1 .11
S1I1ool D1s1r1r1 She h 5 h11n a m1mber of the -Xrt Club IHA
111 eyball 11am nd she also vuon f1rs1 place 1n an art con CSI
At1er graduauon she plans to further her edueauon
HLGHE5 TIMOTHY XX 'XI I Ii L A yX1
Bung .1 s11cn1c and engme nng graduau Tnm plans IO attend
Ab1l1.ne ChflYIlJH College Ir' shool he has been 1n11r1s11d ln
11.1 lx esp111.1ll1 cross countrx lr.11l1
IIUI I JNMI S ANTHON1
1nm1 hms 1 pl11d 1n1s1lt 111ll 1n our h1g,h shuol X101 1
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IXX RlBlCffX FlOlSl'
Bn lu has nur Ialcnrs mqu er
mio vu rlung hnth at her church and
a hcol e S seru as
prcvdcnt nf :hc FSL .Jcmmnanm of
Ihr A Capncllx fhmr orpnuet of the
xml Bxptxst Chu ch 1m van acc!
Xl: I Ouutnn mg rxstnmn
I L 'Xfler graduatmn Fm x
plwns m attend Baylor
Y 'X ,,
IACKSON JIMMY I'XRl
lmmv Farl mo IS
friends has been ln Galena Park
Schools for rwclxe vcars llc has burn
follnumg an lnduslrual and xocatmn
al Sequcncc during hns hugh school
xears and helongs to Ona of thc local
lunlor Achxcxcment compmxcs
JOHNSON FI ill' l'XXl"
II NNINGS XX C'
Dub us an Industrial and Xon
wnal mayor .1 d has been n
cnn Puls hnol dstr fu sux
ns fullouxng l lTUX1f1x'sS sgquc-nu X un sh runush s st on
1 Jum gh plans ru gl In nor
lOHNSON 'HON X IXNI
X .1 nsfar sludlnr Vlunl lnlll xung, 1 snquu compose
C c ulrad suv mu L X md lunmr 'X lmwm
mn 1 ns 0 und .1 ness mllmp r uuluxuwn
JOHNSON NANC X IO XN
pmnx a NYJ L c 5 e S sc um errlx 0
CJR-X :hc Talent Clul md the Chou -Xtur graduaung she plans
0 go to buuness schm
WJHNSON P-XlRlfl X XNN
xlc prparlng humlt r h .nn 1 uununt lfter gradualnon
r w w w sxnlss sumnu S L hms lu n nn Cnlan 5
ool5 far 5 and nn 1
memlur of QR X 1 nr u fl and cu
v. Lluu Club d U ul X
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mrsmll tor lolllhu
Nl R SC NX X ll
u :lx n O 'nu A S un' e
s nn Q an nv.u1n,k ns 4 L ra
Shf. ms .1 mumb r of thu QR-'X and OI zh Honor Souux
15 I pncxl tcnmgc Scene ulxcs place m lhv SIU U1
oungv. mg ea an Suu' Bcur X I-11
Anne lranklxn Nlonu XX1nn lann Hensley Pam XX1rLl
ru ah Roulu Stadlng I0 B05 DYWWI
Gladys Iannmhold June. Nlcbuu .und Lvl: XX rSl
Th' v '. . A .Q 4 - fl' I
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JOl.'. ,'3,' , QANIIZ
l'1 nn llunor studs! wh ls flnl '1nn a eq xg or
cl' C, d engl '- 'f pls ro go I - nhl- Xfnlvfrsxx-f uf Cfulu do
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C ASS O '59
o drn nts rstcnrnv 1 t
tnmx mu rt tri c S 1 ru 1
onts 1nd ltr escort r 111111 l1
oolts lrltr thu rt tnroxrng, thtmstlrts
JONFS L-XRllNl lfxrnl-
atv ones who tu ous usrntsc stqtrtnct gl ns to 5,
ool after gt1du1tron She h1s be n rn hs sthool trr
two years and rs urs actrxt rn church rtorlt trutsrdt of it ool
JONES IIOYD DI KN
u dw J nts vrho e er o set
and engrmerrng student and plrns to 1ttrnd tolltee .rft r hraduatron
JONPS IOIS JFAN
In prepurng for college nt iam Houston State Tt-1 hers Colle
nnre Jonrs rs taltrny .1 rhtral 1rts s u nt rs n I
member of the Nrtronal Honor So retr lT 'K -Xrt Club md .annual
JONES PAUI 'K INF?
sua more rtadrlx l-tnoun as Pre rs nltrnr, .1 hvm m1 rn
ts re .1r1tron for .1 nrt rnt rror dt oral
as hetn stcrttmrr treasurer and presr mt af lHX so o
mor du hess and runror prrncess rn tht Coromtron rn Student
ouncrl runrur and stnror tttrresentatrus made grits tor C191
Ba lt and Gold Rtxuv. sccretnrx of th Incl-tttttrs rn sophomott
r Major of r. ons at ttttrs rn h r rumor an
JOINIS Nl RNON H
le rrne h en rn Q lcn1 l'1rk schools far tvto xnrs Xtrnon rs
planntnq to grrdurte rn lunc HL has hun rn tht lnntl and upon
mplttrng, tht etnr rn eng, terrng, qutne rw ans o gg
J Fi XXIIIIXXTCI N
r t rrx s L n rn S sr ro t hx
tr ovrtd thc rntltrsttrrl md xocatronal s qurnte to prtprre hrmselt
for furthtr rdutrtrtn tollovrrny qndurtron In strool hrs 1ttrrrtrrS
udt crrrrl ltr hs tthl track fourhall XBCPH9 Stu tnt
Councrl rrcc prrxrdtnt ot lunror -Xthrtrrmtnt 1nd trnnrs Outsrdc
uf school hrs mrrn rnttrtst lrcs rn baseball
RLFTH ADA JANI
Ada plannrng on g rng to busrness college rs prcparrng herselt
rxrth the busrnns sequrnu. she rs taltrng She has bun an offrccr
rn the band and rn thc order of Rarnbow for Crrrls
KESTERSON STI X F
Greatly rnterested' rn hrs rndustrral and rocatronal sequence Stexe
takes thru. perrods of shtp He wrll gradualt rn June
KlLPATRlClx IRANRI IN 5rRNOl D
lnrankre as .1 studrnt rn the scrence and engrneerrng sequence
rs plannrng on future schoolrng at Barlor Lnrrersrtr He ts rn the
CSL treasurer of the thterltaders rn Junror -Xthtcrement rn the
church horr and rn the Con ord Chorr
ININC -XID ROS! NTON
1 1n gr1du1vn1n mn ornpltt d tht l1on1crn1lt1ng
t u n t v. ta nntlnut htr 1tht1f1I1ny, Al hunncss rwlcgc
pnrtx fan ht tx 1 1tr1 houlung, su
ming and danunk
lxI'NlxF'KD PPYIRICIX F-XRI LNI
11ny, mnrltd Cnltnm '1 lt 1 Q xc a
Ing ni n 1tttn un lc Lnutrs
Houston tfttr grldunl 1 1111 1 fr tu
tar L t ur run 1t.1rs tluh and 1n thu scnmr 1
ROP?-X JOHNNN XX
Iohnnx httttr km un to lv mndG ms nhnns 01 1s ta mg
un 1 'md tnglmt 1 wurst H pl1nSon contmulng hls school
,, n L Q tru 1t1 hu hun on the hwthzll tram
rv s 1 1 un th1 Numnal Honor Smut
on ht 1nn111l st
lxLHlxl'NDXlI IOHN RENNFTH
lunnx tak ng, 1 s nn 1. and cngxnttrnng, coursc plans to nttcnd
t nltersxtx t UCAS upon gm u1t10n as hun 1n C
Chas Club tor two wurs 1n Dt 'Vlolays and un Jumor Achtexc
lxXSl R THOH XS Al VN
ommx h1s nttndtd G ltn1 'ark uhuols or nnnt xmrs
ull! ham tompltud tht smntt and tnpnccrmg srqucncc upon
gr.1du.1t1on nn Jung
I-XHXF BEXPRIW1 -XNN
n scum studcnt Bu Q Purly has 'uttndtd Gmlenu .xr
1 haul: lor tvstlu vnri Shy 15 taluny, :1 llhtfdl .arts wqucnce and
plans to .ztttnd SHS l'C alttr gr.1du.1t1on Includtd .among her
JuIlXlKlCS art sonhomore prrsmdtnt lumor sotxal cha1rm.1n semor
rtprtsentatne cholr sttretarx tnasurtr and NICE pres1d1nt of stu
dtnt toumxl CSI NHS Coronauon Junlor Fa1or1te on th
annua' staff ABGPHS 1nd 'Vlarch of Dtmes Teen Chatrman
lXNIl'R 'MARX FXFIHN
rx aw noun IS u ns tmkmg J husmtss murse e
pl1ns to go to h11s1r11.xx s hnol .afur gr.1du.1t1on 'Xmong her acl111
ms an Band and L
I ALDFRDAI l IAMI 5 N'lA'l'llSON
15, Jxm h111n mended Galena Park shools for twe we
mam 11 tomplttuny, 1 l1lnr.1l 1rts stqutnu Ht has plased lusehall
1n has hten ln thmr 1n uhx h ht 11 mln 1ttlndg1nt lit also smgs
1n .1 churth quarut
IIAMONS MII DRI D ANN.
Takxng Cl busmcss course 1n prcparatlon for future sthoolmg at
tht Southwestern Busmtss College Annxe has attended Galena
l'.1rl-t sthook for ugh! wars She has bun 1n Choxr CQU Camera
C lub and on tht Blatk .md bold Ruue
LEGGI1 IT, CHARI ES A 1,EssMAx moms I -4 HX
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Srcphrn l , :Xustm Among J.
t1cs arc hunting t1sh1ng and work
n on cars. He also enyovs S' oo
his studms and sports
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XULIIIUIIII snqumtt In Sthool ht hti hun ln tht Mwphomort c otr
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'VIECHF Rl NA ll-L
Rena be ng un thus dustruct only
three years has shown her unterests
and abulutues un sports She has been
secretary of the tennus club and un
b sketball xolleyball and archers
Showung her unterests un her busuness
sequence she has also worked as an
offuce gurl After graduauton she plans
to attend college
'Vll IHVIN PATRICIA CAll
Gaul one of the twelue year stu
dents un GPHS has followed the
busuness sequence ln school she has
partttupaled un GRA loffucerl and
e pl ns wor a
N1lDlxll l DONAI D R XY
on s followed tht tutnce
and tngunterung sequtnct durune luus
days un Galena Park Huuzh St oo
lerhaps he us preparung huuuustlf for
future s hoolung
MOOREVAN JOHN CHARLES
Johnny has held mans honors
un our school land outsude tool
Among these are tuce presudent of
the Math Club prcsudent of th
Scuence Club homeroom offucer and
ou man for a dav Hus unterests
outsude of school hate been un hunt
ung and fushung After graduatung un
the scuence and enguneerung sequence
he has plans to attend Ruce
'VlORCuANl NANCY IEA
Spuck has followed the luberal
arts sequence She hs bten un he
Iutlteteers FH-'X Black and od
Rexue and has been an otfu e gurl
Outsude of school she has serted as
prtsudent of Nlhtl -Xftet graduatung
un June she plans to attend college
MORRIS RICHARD El VINl
Ruchard has followed the undus
trual and tocatuonal sequence durung
hugh school He plans to cnttr hus
tecatuon after graduatuon
1 ll VlRONlC5ul
Ronnut has followed the luberul
5 uutn e n u sc r s
chool she hus bun uetuse un the Na
tuonal Honor Socuetu lunuot
Achutxemtnt und Camera Club She
plans to utttnd 'Nlussy Busuness Ctl
lege after graduutuon
'VlOO'NJ IHOMAS Al l FW N 'X
Ill omm s .u tuuututs n erests one can tt t
hus future octupttuon us that of tl munusttr He has hetn prtsudent
of CSU and utry tctutt un chureh work outsude of sehool Also
un school he hus plated bxsktthull und footbull He plans to atttntl
the Unuttrsuty of Corpus Chrustu tfttr graduatuon
VIOONI Y SHIRI LY ANN
by hemp un tht Rodeo Assocuatuon Rudung Academy She has made
the summer rodeo curcuut by burrtl racung and showung horses
After graduttuon she plans to attend tht Calufornua School of Horst
manshup 'und lattr become .1 proftssuonul un barrel raeung., ln school
she has been a band offucer
'VIOORE lYlNXVOOD THOMAS
Lundy as he us known to hus fruends has followed the undus
trual and xocatuonal sequence ln school he has been un football
track Student Councul Junuor Achuexement draftung and art Out
sude of school hus maun unterests lue un cars After graduatuon he
plans to attend college
MOORE ROSIALD LEE
Ronald has followed the undustrual sequence un Galena Park Hugh
School He has shown hus maun unterest un metal trade
'VIOORE TERREI L KEITH
Terrell has followed the scuence and enguneerung sequence un hugh
school After graduatuon he plans to attend college
MOORE Wll l IAM LEE
Vtlulluam has been un the undustrual and wocatuonal sequence
hugh school and he has been especually unterested un draftung
VlCRRlSON GNN EN R
OH Ing lil' H ln lnltffi S
usuness Gwen has followed tht
bus ness stquence After graduutuon
un June she pluns to go to a busuntss
school ln school she has been 1 tute
un FHA CSL und luture Nurses
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Up a tree are sentors Hernan Hernande7 Lola Vvest Bert ltvllowmg J stun Q and engmeer
VIAX horter and Judy Bonds st u n t Xnn pls to attend
g att r graduatton 1n June e
s tt acltttetrs Nat1on11
onor So1tx YH1. and 0 ,L
P XRRI-R JOHN EDXX ARD
OXFORD XX ANDA JO
V- anda Jo has followed the bust
ne s sequence 1n htgh school n
s hool she has been Jacketeer s chap
l11n tn CSL NHS Offtte Stu ent
Coumtl and homeroom offtcer She
s no dtfttnte plans follow mg
John hts followed tht tndustrtal and xoctttonal Sequence wh1lt
tn h11,h sthonl One of hts mtertsts has bun tn metal tradts
ll-XRRI R SUS XNNE
Susn has followed the bustntss sequence wtth future plans of
'ttttndtng hustntss college ln school she has been 1n VHA and
chntr whtle outstde of school her matn mterests are tn her ehurth
P-NTL P-XTRICI-X -X
lat hrs onlt be n n Cmltna Park Htgh School two years
Durmg 1h1s ttme sh has been 1n IH-X and tht future Nurses
Club -Xtter graduattng tn the bustness stqutn t she plans to attend
bustn ss toll ge nd then go to w orlf.
I' X IRX CHARI ES l ARRX
l trrx hrs lollowcd the scttntt md ent,1nu.r1ny, sequtnce w htlt tn
1 shool lts mam tnttrtsts 1n sthoo htm hetn 1n studxtn
th tl stttn e Perhaps he ts prtptrtng, htmstl for hts tulurt
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ll X I I l RSON NTICHI' -XI R -XNDOI PH
nmtn ws otshot hul has tn 1 Galent '1
ool d1str1 ars hts been tnttttste tn foot 1
111 lt 1nd bolt and OUlSldL of s hotl ht hrs httn 1 memher ot CN O
tr omw t mg h s1tntt tn tm r1n Nurse J nt
1l1ns to ttttncl Texas Ln1ters1tt
PXLISON PKTRICI-X XNN
Pat hu been qu1 L an honor studtnt 1n C11ltn1 Park s hools tor
twtlte mars Slat as been a mem er ot smtal
mttrmtn and the Nat1on1l Honor Swtttx Xfttr ftntshtngs her
trtl s utn e e ns 1 t x 1 1' be OWN
lxtnntth has tollontli tl-L gtnnet
111tl tne111ttr1ttg stqutnte to prepare
h1111stlI tor h1s tuturt 11h at .ollegt
In sthool ht has httn num as a
xtudttt Counttl rntmhtr 1n baseball
Chotr Nmttonal Honor Sottttx foot
hull lusktthall Coronmtmn and has
at xtd ts sophomore socml chatrrnan
llt tlso retettttil the honor of bung
tltettd Nlr Nlareh of Dtmts
RFNNFTH GLR-Xl D
n 4 5 ,
PEEI FR El IZABETH ANN
fll73bClh betng 1n Galena Park
sthools onlt two years has shown
htr mttrtst 1n bustncss by follow mg
the bustn-.ss sequence After gradua
lton 1n Xugust she plans to work tn
Houston as a secretary Outstdt of
sthool sht has worked In her church
PLRDUE JOHN ROBERI
As A June graduate tn the stttntt
and engtneertng sequence Ptrdut
plans on gotng to SMU An ntut
parttctpant 1n golf chess Nfl prrst
dent Talent Club Drama Club
Sentor Play and Debate he has been
1n the Galena Park schools for four
and a half years Outstde of school
he IS 1n the PMC and Demolws
PIRRINQ PATSX RLTH
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ROCK RFBA LYNIN
A June graduatton vtIll complete
fIxe years In Galena Parle schools for
Reba She has follow ed a ltberal arts
sequence and In the future plans to
enter 'Vlemonal HospItal for trammg
:I n se ae IIItIe In s
XE been P n and emll
lenet II andIH-X
sI I of sthool Slat Is .1 m nII r ot I e
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RODGERS ROY JACKSON
Jaclue hsa been In the Galena
Parle school dIstrIct for elesen years
After graduatmg In June wIth the
sctence and engmeermg sequence h
plans to go to college
RI INII R GPR XI I-NI
errI o I I, 1 uate In ne h s been o oeune 1 us
ness sequence An olflcer In CRA s and m mber of the IIIX sh
hts been In the Cnlena Ptrle school dIstrIct fue sears
RIC RS 'VIARII YN
As a student In Ctlent P1rle schools for ten XCIIS XI rIlIrI sull
graduate In June In a husxness sequen e Aftervmrds she Ilmt Ik I:
to SHS I'C Her 'ICIIXIIIYS In school hlte Included th soIl1on1eIe
lund CRA Nurses Club and the annual Slllf OutsId I sch l
she enjoys vtorle and bovtlune
Rllx XRD NANCY DH
After graduatton In June In a bustness sequen e N1ncy pl ns
to become a bookleeeper Her JCIIXIIICS hast Included GRA s IIIA
offIce and lN1tIonal Honor SOClCIy She has attended Galena Park
schools for tmelxe years
ROARK SARAH AUGUSTA
Among Sarahs actnmes In school are the Art Club C R A
an I HA Outstde of school she has been XI A and CI l
Scouts After Lraduatlon In June In a homemaklng sequence she
plans to go to bustness school She has been In the Galena lark
school dIstrIct eleten years
ROIILRTS JERRY MII TON
Ierry has followed the Industrxal 1nd XOCTIIODAI sequence durmg
hIs htgh school days He has shoven :I lot of Interest In the metxl
show HIs chtef actnlttes In school hate been sports especially
ROBIRIS SANDRA x 'A
Smdy who has been followxnc 1 sctence and enpneermg
sequence wIll gradu1te In lune Her JCIIIIIICS Include A fappclla
choer CSU NatIonal Honor SOCICIY md annual staff She has
attended Galena Park schools for twclse years After graduauon
she plans ro attend busmess college
ROBINSON ROBERT ROY
After graduauon In June through an Industnal and socanonal
sequence Robert plans to become a butcher He has been In the
Galena Park school dIstrIcr elesen years
ROBINSON XXII I IAM JOSEPH
Billy who plms to be a doctor IS now worlung In a drug
store to learn what he can of pharmacy In school he IS followmg
the SCICHCC and engmeermg sequence
ROCHEI I E JOHN WESLEY
John who has been follovstng a scIence and engmeermg sequence
plans to graduate In June Afterwards he plans to go to Robert
I lee College Rochw s IarIous actIIItIes hate Included choIr
scetmn leader of the tenors CSU manager of choxr trIo Black
and Gold Rexue He has attended Galena Park schools tvselxe years
and outsIde of school he has hIs own band called the Rochelle
RODRIOUES DORA IISA
Dora IIsa has followed the busI
ness sequence to prepare herself for
her future days at a buslness school
Her JCIIXIIICS In school Include bemg
an I-HA unIt offIcer She h1s been In
thts dIstrIct for fue xurs
ROESELER TRUI 'KH l'xN
ru J e a sex JCIIX
lIle In the tvtelse years she has been
In CIalena Park schools In heh
school her BCIIYIIICS Include A. Cap
pella choIr 'Vlessnh xlce presIdent
1nd presIdent of CIRA Sophomor
ChoIr Future Nurses Club otlIcer
Bl1ck and Gold Rcsue Ialent Clul
offtcer Juntor Achewement home
room offIcer A YI II
Semor Class representame and the
RIchardettes Outstde of school she
IS 'tctlte II1 YXXC-X sports 1nd p1n
tommes After complttIng I1 r lIusI
ness sequence in June she plans IO
attend I.ee College and later go to
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unmr fnlltgc to prtpm. htmull lor tht llnptmt mtntstry ts
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thru wnrs uso wars tn tht wronatton Stcr1t1r1 of c Stttdlnt
Cnunul mtl luntur 'Mhtutmtnt She was 1lst1 thoscn Sr1pl1urt1t1r1
uttst Sl1ll11sl11tcl tn thl C11ltn1 Park 1 html tltstrnt for 11x 111rw
su tr g 1d111t1nq nr. n 1 stttntt Ind 1n5,1n1tr1n
suqutncc pl ns to attend -luns -X :md 'Nl to hrcoml J t111ltn5,tn1tr
llts mam 1 t111ttr5 h.11c tntludtd the N1t10n1l Honor itvttltx Nlu
11 1 'lh1t1 Stttncc Cluh 1 urttsrng m1n1glr of lt 1nnu
lurtng, hte untor sur 1 d tdttor tn tc stntor 1t1r Otttsr t
11 ml lu ye mn tollttttnl, nctng t
bun tn thu Lnltna Park sghool dstnt for thru 1nd om htlt 11.1 s
SANDFI Mll TON1 CARl lil F
urng hts thrtt years 'tt G1ltn.1 l1rl-1 ll1g,h Sthoul Curl-1t1
has follotud J sctlncc 1ncl tnvtnttrtrtg slqutnu Alttr r tlLllll5l'1
t 1 mt n l11n1or
f tulmtnt d tstdt f ithtml h nt 1 Sl 1, Cnr 11
IS .ltttndtd C11lt11.1 P1rk sclmols for t11l11 yt
SANIORD TOVNH RAY
ttng 'tn tndustrtal and 1t1t1t111n1l studanl r111t11 t IHS tn 11
o .1 1t1c1t1on 1 ttr r1du1t1on 1n u 1 1 11
1 Ld I Stu L ou tt and hu uttntltd C111 k
sthools for 1111.111 -,cars
lulS to bw. .1 ulubrlly J b
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lla h1s hu-n in the Cl.1I1'n.1 . lt :cl l
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sure mtl has .1tt- l'l C'.l' .1 l'.1rlt
.'ll't'lt1rl1t .V in 1 .lttnr in A in'ss scqucncc, Su- plttnx to
rnt' int .1 l1us1n's. 1't'.1t1t1n, llvr various .ntlvitics .wc n' l'l
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S,-XMMONS, l.. C.
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SASlxI IARRY II-I.
larry has been tn tht Cialcna Park
school district nine years He has fol
loved the ltheral arts sequente vttth
plans of going, to collegt
SASKI LYNNI DEI:
I ynn hs been in the Galena Park
school district nine years In school
he has been acttse tn the bnad After
graduation tn June with the liberal
ars sequence h plans to go
SAUCER IBKRBARX -XXX
Ba s has been a member ot
Galena Park schools for tu else tears
In school sht has been tn band
GRAS homertom ofttter and Stu
dent Council After graduating
through the business sequente she
plans to get married
SAVAGE IINDA SUI'
Itnda has betn a xery acttse stu
dent tn this school sxstem tor nine
scars In school she has been Senior
class secretary tn GRA Iunior Class
treasurer sophomore class reoresenta
tue tn the Black and Gold Resue
organwattons editor of the annual
vtorlted in the library and has been
in the Ntional Honor Society Out
side of school she showed her abilities
tn dancing by betng a ftnaltst on a
Teen Time show on TV After
graduation tn .Iune she plans to do
SLARBOROUC H PATRICIA ANN!
s ltd tn htr two years tn the bat
Park district In school sht was robt mtttndtnt tn the A Lappellt
thotr IHA unit trtasurtr prtstdtnt ot luntor Achtetemtnt and
tn the Art Club Outside of school htr matn interests hast been
tn YXKA s 'tnd tn tritntng union Afttr graduating with the home
malttng stqutnce she plans to btcomt an air Itnc hostess
SCHXXI-INII ROBERT 5'
Bobbt has shown an tnttrtst tn science bs taking the stttnc
and engtntertng sequences After qraduatton tn August ht plans
to attend colltgt
SLARS JUDY AINN
Iud has hetn tn Galena Park school district for sesen stars
Among tht honors Juds recetttd tn school are Sergeant of the
ropes tn Iacltttteers
unit IHA rtporter
tourth ttct prtstdtnt of the EHA chapter and
Outstdt of school ludx has vtorlted tn tht
Rainbow Girls for f e cars A tr graduating I ne vttth
homtmalttnt, stqutnct she plans to studs homemalttng, at tht
Lntttrsttx ot Ilouston and Iattr btcomt an atrltnc steuardtss
SIIXXK C XROINN IORINX
Iuabit ht wtttn ctl d x htr frttnds his prtpart
htrstlf lor Iuturt schooling, tt tht Lntttrsttt of Houston In talttnc
t bustnt s stqttttitt st oo t tt. mtn at t
itll ti in tht Sophomore c ttr outst t t
sthool sh nts a mtmbtr of tht Rainbow Qitrls
SIIAXX XX XRRIN NX II I II ORD
arrtn his ollovttd tht dustrtil ind ocattoni txtn t
urine high ,thotal. is tntcrtsts hatt bttn tn storlttng in hutltltng,
SHORTT. BIl.I. EARLE
"Shortv" has demonstrated his abilities in tra'l-t during, his rears
at GPHS, Alter 'omp'eting the industrial and vocational sequence.
e plans to to to co ge.
SIMMONS .IOY I,EE
etng in the alena Park S'hool District for one vear. Joy is
following the state requirements sequence. After graduating '
August she plans to join the XX'aves
SMITH CEORCE ENGLAND
"Bobo" has worked his high school soars in the science and
engineering, sequence. His main interest in high s'hool has been in
tootball. Alter graduation he plans to worl-t.
SNIITH. JAMES EDCAR
-' ' mimi' s' in .1 ' .s been in sports, pa cr
ularlx' lusltetlmll and baseball A!t'r eraduattn, through the scien'e
e etneerint, 'querves h' Q ans a 'n t ' Lniversi ' o
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SXIITH ILDITH XIRCIINI-X
u I has m.n In CI1IIn.1 ar
sk mol dIsuIIl for Ilexen uns ur
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In danung .Ind swlmnung Afur
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snqunmv sh.. plans to Itund Tnas
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Im ulr Ism I Ihl' CTICICIIJ
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In In,,ImIrIn, uqum I
SOI I I Y JANII 'S I AI RY
Hung In tht C11 InI ,ark SL mol dIsIrIcI scun mari IIITIUIS
s IJIIILIIIJILLII In om .III 1 S I.IbaII nc r I. Is 41
lmoxxn hx .1n0Ihu nnknamc thu Ghost Xtlcr gr1duIlIon
.IImmI plans to go to cullLgI
SPI I R XIARX INI
As Jn InduvLrI1I Ind xocaIIonII studmn Fulton h19 worked In
I I.1I cp I r u.1lII1n II. 1 Ins o or
rh d I I I I
'V' 'S S nk 4' IM I' IL n O' I' m Scnxors NInI I-Imhman and Sharon StInI+.y seem
n I Lum K Q C, ,mm , km Pmmn, to he cnjoung the fod and thc conxcrsanon IH
SPI NC I R TIIOXI XS XIONROI
wrnmx h s spmnr an .1 IL e IL mars L S hwn
I Iv.n.1 I nh UI dI HIIL n .IA ur J YTCUI nr L
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II re In an IS a ban 0 Le: In ,Q uann, Ihrou
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I.nIx..uIlI of Tumi
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pg! r I era :Ins suugnu upon graduarmn In um
SHI XXI I X SH-IRON Ix-XY
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A gcrctt tntcrcst tn :Irs ts shown hy kk tndcll through thc tndux
nd oclttontl scqucn e he ts ktng h acttttttes n tu
shop and hts plans to become an auto mcchantc He has ltted
tht Ctalcna Park school dtstrtct etght mars and wtll grulutt n
lunc Also he ts tn Iumor Achtcnment
FHIBODFAUX MARY AVN
1ry Ann often known Ttppttots 1nd Mt nn 11s
followed .1 lthenl arts stqutnce and yttll gr1du1tc tn Iunt Xllct
wards sht plans to go to school to study art H r tcttttttts h1tt
tntludcd 1rt club lunch club tuntor edttor on annu1l st1lf mtxctl
chorus and mlklhg posttrs for tht chterlttdtrs Outstdt rf s html
sht ts tn tht church hour and .1 memhtr of the CX O Sht h1s Itttd
tn tht Culcna Park school dtstrtct ten years
'IIIONI 'IS XR Il BFR I FI'
Somcltmes nlltd Tommy and Ptnboy XX tlhur hts 1tttnd tl
Galena Park schools for fue years After graduattng tn lunt tn a
must sequence he plms to go tnto tht -hr Yorct and to school
t ts 1 mtmbsr of tht chotr and of .luntor Achtcumcnt Il
worked al thc Icdtral Bwtltng, Lancs
TIIOXIPQONI BOBBY D
Xfter eraduattng tn Iunc tn 1n tndustrtal and yo 1tton.1I stqucn t
B 1l.1ns to attend Southwestern Bustmss College He h1s played
sophomore football and outstdt of school enjoys boxtng He has
attcndtcl G1lcn1 Ptrk thools for two years
TIBBITTS BOBBY XX AYNE
Bohbt known ts Ttbs Bo O o Two Btts has ol
lou d .1 scttrtct and engtnctrtng scqusnct and plms to go to ollcet
alter qraduatton tn lune Hts tcttttttts hate tncluded three y ars
tn lootball baseball basketball speech student court tl Scntor
coun tl and Juntor -Xchttumtnt He has ltycd tn the Gtlent I' r
LIHI RNOSIXY lOl R
tr duattng nt tn n
ustrtal d t1tton1l sequ n e
L tcr pltns to unter bustness co
h s 'tttcndt C1.1tn1 'ar
owls or t tt yt
s hool dtstrttt lor stx years
TR XXIS I 'XRRY XX
s a student tn thc ltlnral trts sequence Ir1yts yytll grtduate
tn lunt I"It h1s 1tttndtd G1lm1 Park schools for tvytlyt years
and ts an offtttr tn the b1nd
TLRRIN BFRN-XRDINF OI IX IA
I 1ur mars tn haltna l'1rk schools yttll bc completed for B rntc
n gr uatts tn June She has fo out a ltbcra ar
stqucn L and plans to go to hustness sthool tn the future. Hu
tt r h I1 en QR-X and untt treasurer of F
X -XXX JOHN HAROI D
J n who wtll be a lunt r d
uate has followed a sctenct and cn
gtneertng sequence Hts 1 KIXIIICS h1tc
tnc uded co tdttor of hc Wt ow
Jacket and productton m1n1Ler ot
.luntor -hhtetement Company X
Podu'ts H has "n IIC
1 ena Prk shcnol d trrt n e
ANN VIARN INLI
Marx has led an acttte ltfc durtng
the strc years she s been tn the Cnltna
I't k hool dtstrtct She h1s been n
'I CSU chotr luntor Xchtttt
ment 15 an offt er and student coun
I r matn tnterests outstdc o
sc ml llc tn sports, .-kfttr graduattng
wt e cis: 'c .1 mgtneertng,
sequens- pl ns t 'tr 1
stencgrapher for IDVO vcars and then
co t .Xbtlene Christtan Cell-ge
VASSAR IFRRI IEA
lcrrt lea has followed the bust
ness sequence to prepare herself for
the tob she plans to get follomtng
g,r1duatton tn Juno. In school she has
hten tcrtyt. tn CSL Iuture 'Nlurscs
Club md offtce Outstde of school
she is a member ot' the YXVCA. She
has lwrn in Galena Park school dns-
trtct tm nine years. '
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NALSE SANDRA LEE NINCENT RANDELL IEE
X -XLCHAN FLOYD DENNIS
After graduattng tn June vttth the Sandy .1 student tn the busmess A sctente and engtneertng studtnt
ltbtral arts sequtnce Dsnnts the sequtntt utll graduate tn June She Randnll has bun tn the Galtna Ptrlvt
X tnntt plans a career tn the te ts tn the Qtudent Coun tl and offtte trtct stx ln scho h
hts m jor aettvtttes tn mon
ot eltwtrontcs lle ts tnterested tn foot and outstdt' of school she s .1
hull and tlectrnntcs ttelevtstonl He She hts tttendtd Cnlent Park schools football basltethtll trttlt Ind mst
fttr r tut mg I um
hrs tttrnded Gtlena Park sthools for ut xt yt rs
txtelte yt rs pans to attend t tgt
X Ol lxl RT IINDA IEE
tn y hrs led 'tn tune ltft tn Galent Ptrk Hugh 9: no
Among, htr tcttttttts httt hun Nattonal llonor iotttty Student
Coumtl sophomore luntor 'tnd stntor rcprestnlatttt Colontl cf
Jttltttttr Restrt ts and Mtlor of Rope Corps Coronttton and Blttls
and Gold Retuc Outstdt of sthool ltndt hts bttn tttttt tn Run
btw. lnrls Afttr compltttng her lvustness stqttentt she pltns tn
bemmt ttther a sccreary or tn .ttrltnc hostess
WAI KOVIAK LEONARD E
len has followed the tndustrtal and tocattontl sequente durtng
hts four yetrs tn Galena Ptrlt sthools He shous hts tntercst tn
sports by betng tn a hottltnt, lttgue outstde of school He plans to
attend college :titer graduatton
XX -Xl TLR9 DARI EYNF
Posste has hetn actttn tn such thtngs ts l renth Club G R -X s
Nattonal Honor Society Juntor Reprtscntttttt Blttl-t und Cnwld
Rttut gl1O'vXbO2ll and muorttte tn tht html Sh pltns to atttnd
Baylor alter graduatng vttth tht ltberal arts sequtntt
XX -KRD PA'VlEl A LLCRETIA
lxnoun as Puddtn Ptmelt has been tn Gtlena Park s howls
tvselte years Along, xttth her studtts tn the ltbtrtl arts stquentt
Pamela has also been sophomore represtntttttt md tn luntor
Achtutmtnt Nurses Cluh tml band Sht tlsu spends h r ttrnt
outstde sehool tn church t tttrtus and tttth tht 1 1 txttrlxng mtl
sports She plans to attend collage tlter grtduttttn
XX ARD ROSX IEE
Ro t hts been an acttta studtnt both tnstdt of s howl md out
0 at tour star shes httn tn Gtlena ar sc ools r tum s
:tc mums hue been chotr C 9 L, and the contest plus ltr t e
tears Outsxde f sthool sho. has been a membtr ot h r thurch
thotr 'tnd Ratnbotts -Xfter grnduattng tn June tttth h bustntss
stquen e Rost plans to attend East Texas Btpttst C ll g
XX -XRDI OXX Nl-XRII XX SLE
'Vlarlttn has been tn the Galena Park s hool Cltstrt t tutltt wars
Durtng thts ttme she has prtpared h rselt tor h r tutur uptttcn
oi st rttart by tnlttnq the hustness s quence Sht hts h n 1 mtmh
the so Corps tn Ja lt tttrs
NX -XRI BREND-X IORENI
tortt s also betn tn tht Cttltnt 7 tw ts r
r on tl t t I n
ottett d tr 1 ua tn 1 t t tn
nttrtng., stqutntt s t pltns t m nts on t
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XVARE. SUE BETH
Sue Beth has led an active life in
the twelve years she has been in
Galena Park school district. In high
school she has been in such organiza-
tions as: Band. National Honor So-
ciety. CSU. Pen and Scroll. Student
Council, Senior Play. library staff.
Drama Club, and Science Club. After
graduating in June with the liberal
arts sequence. she plans to go to
college. 'J 2 A
"D0dy" has accomplished a lot of
things during her eight years in
Galena Park school district. With her
goal of becoming a nurse after grad-
uating. Dolores has been a
of the Future Nurses Club. She has
been missionary chairman
CSU. secretary of the Math Club. in
the French Club, and in the National
Honor Society. Her main
outside of school is in her church,
the First Baptist Church of Galena
Park. She will complete her science
and engineering sequence in June.
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XVARREN. LOU I:l.AlNli
Being in Galena Park school dis-
trict only three years. Elaine has led
a very active life. Better known as
has been in the A
FHA. CSU. and
Club. Outside of
been a member of
church choir. After
school she has
the MYF and
graduation in June with a homemak-
ing sequence. she plans to attend
XVASHBURN. CHARLES EDWARD
"Charlie" has followed the science and engineering course during
his days in GPHS. His main interest in school has been band. while
outside of school he takes pride in working on his car and truck,
After graduating in June. he plans to attend Texas AUM.
WATSON. JAMES B.
"Jimmy" has shown his great ability and interest in music by
taking the fine arts sequence. He has been a member of the All
District Band three years. and an officer in the Galena Park Band.
Outside of school his interests lie in airplanes. He plans to work
after graduation in June.
Gail has led quite an active life in the two years she's been in
Galena Park school district. She has been a member of the Tennis
Club. Chess Club. Thespian Club. Science Club secretary. and CSU.
Outside of school. Gail has a variety of interests, including: judo
lessons, tennis. ice skating, church. and bowling. After graduatng
with the science and engineering sequence, she plans to attend the
University of Houston.
WATTS. ELEANOR SUE
Sue has followed the business sequence ro prepare herself for the
future vocation she plans to enter. In school she has been sopho-
more representative in the Future Nurses Club. GRA, Student
Cuncil. and A Cappella choir. She has been in this district nine
WEATHERLY, TED ROBERT
Ted. better known as A'Sedro." has followed the science and engi-
neering sequence. ln school he has been active in football. track.
FHA choir, tennis, and .Junior Achievement. Outside of school his
interests lie in bowlng and guns. After graduating in .lune he plans
to attend college.
WEST. DOROTHY IAYE
'Dottie' has been in Galena Park school district for twelve years
ln school she has been active in GRA's. band. and library. After
graduating in June with the business sequence. she plans to become
a lit wkkeepcr.
NVARRINGTON. ROBERT PAUI.
"Bob" has shown his main interests
in sports by playing fullback on the
football team and outfielder on the
baseball team. After completing the
industrial and vocational sequence in
June, Robert plans to attend college.
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C ASS 0 '59
WEST IOIA IAXON
Iola has been ters actrre durrng
the twelte years she s been rn Cralena
Park school drstrrct She has been
senror cheerleader treasurer of C RA
treasurer of IHA unrt secretary af
Iunror Achresement senror represen
ta rxe and rn the Black and Co
Resue thee years Outsrde of school
she has partrcrpated rn the Green md
Vvhrte Retue After graduatrng wrth
tht busrncss sequence n Iune h
plans to become a reeeptronrst
NXHEELER VIEI VIN DAYNION
'Nlelsrn has followed the serence
and engrneerrng sequenee to prepare
hrmself for hrs future Irfe st college
In school he has been rn the Chess
Club Pen and Scroll Yellow Iacleet
taff and Irench Club Outsrde of
school he has a paper route and rs rn
XX HI I'XlxI R PIYI RICIA DAVIS
XXHVI AKPR DIANE
Drane has been rn Galena Park
ool drstrrct for srx rears er .rc
rtrt es schoo axe rnclu ee
A .Iacketeers and otlrce ware
ou srde of school she was NYI
prcsrdent and secretrrv Ixnown as
rtan e plans o attend etl e
a er completrne, he rera arts
Graduatrne, rn Iune wrth the lrberal rrts sequenee la pans
to go to worle In school she has been rn GRA s Art Club and th
WHITE PXTRICIA AINNI
Pat has folle wed the busrness sequenee to prepare herself for
her future rob as 1 secretarv In school she has been rn Iaeleeteers
Black and Crewld Rtsue IHA sophomore runror and senror reprf
sentatrte Outsrde of school she has been rn Rarnbows
Ve HITNEY RFINNETII NEII
Kenneth Elr as an honor student and member of NHS has
been serv actrte rn the A Cappella Chorr In connectron wrth the
chorr he has been rn such groups as the Galenarrs and I'or
tunes He rs well known for hrs trbrant barrtone torce whrch
has been heard at both the runror and senror class productrons and
has arned htm I posrtron rn the All State Chorr for three sears
He has been rrce presrdent of the sophomore and runror classes
presrdent of rlae senror class and an actrte member of the sarsrts
football team Ile has Iso been on the sophomore football team
rn CSU IHA was rn the sen or plat and ABCPH9 Also he rs
chror drre tor at hrs church and has been Iunror Rotarran To add
to hrs manv honors he was a representatrte at Bov 9 Qtate
XX IGGIN9 III I I-N IOHNELLE
Johnelle has been rn Galena Park sehool drstrret for twelxe tears
She plans to eo to work after graduatrng rn Iune wrth the bust
Outsrde of s hool her marn rnterests are rn the church
XXICIGINS ILRRH XX 'XYNE
Jerrt has followed the serenee an enerneerrnq sequence to pre
pare hrmself for eollege In sehool hrs marn :r trtrtr was tootball n
w rh h was srrsrty letterman Outsr e o shoo hrs marn
rnterests are rn brseball huntrng and swrmmrns,
XX II IXINSON QANDRA SUE
Sandra has been xery 'retrte rn her nrne wears rn Galena Park
scheol drstrrct In hrgh sehool she serted as treasurer of ,lunror
Xehrexemenr homeroom offreer IHA Black and Cold Rex ue and
Green and XX hrte Retut
Outsrde of s hool she hrs la en 1 hureh
rvftrcer on the ehamraron bowlrng team and rn lrrnrewr Oltmpr s
'Ifter graduatrnq wrth the
XKIIII-'ISIS CXROIXN II -X NF
u rness sequen e she plrns to las om rn
r future I b as a re Crroxn
To prepare herself for
has followed the busrness sequence In school she hrs been rn th
'Natronal Honor Qocrety CSU homeroom offrecr rnd entered th
rnterschlastrc ltaeue typrng contest Outsrde of s hoewl she has been
rn Junror Achreternent and Rarnbows
XKIIII-XXI? VlICHAI'I PALI
r e s s own hrs rnterests and abrlrtx rn nrtrsr lx tr rn
musrc sequenee H has be n he pp I 1 Chmr t
I YS IL Ak. 'I HIUY 'IILX III
emolaxs has been hrs mrrn rnterest cvutsrde ot s It I It r grad
u rng rn une ae plans to attend o e e
XX Il I IANI9 RAY FX FRETT
s has been n the Galena Park school elrsrrrt lrt rerrs rs
specral rnterests both rn school and out hate been rn baseball and
horses After graduatrne, rth the screnee and enbrneerrng sequence
he plans to go o college
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XX INN 'XIONXA ANN
Monnie has been ten actue in
Cilenx Park High S hool She has
Honor Soeietx CSL A Canpella
Choir Iunlor Achiexement lunior
reprcsenlatixe Irenh Club Thes
pian Club and Student Council
After graduating in June with the
liberal arts sequen she plans o
attend college a in 5
XX'II,I.IAMSON. JIMMY BRYANT
"Jim" has been in the Galena Park school district seven years.
In school he has been in F.H.A.. sophomore football team. sopho-
more basketball team. and audio-video, After graduating with the
science and engineering sequence. he plans to go to college.
XX'lI.I.Ol,'GllBY, REX LEE
Known to his friends as "Buick" he has been in the Galena
Park school district nine years. After graduating with the indus-
trial and vocational sequence. he plans to attend Lee Junior College.
XXII SON1 DARR
Dart sometimes known as Coober and Boomer will grad
uare in June through the science and engineering sequence After
graduation he plans to got to Texas A and M
XVII SON EI MER CARI
Elmer has followed the industrial and iocational sequence to
prepare himself for his future work He plans to graduate in
XXII SOIS PRYOR HARRIS
Pryor has only been in this district three years During this
time he his followed the industrial and rotational sequence II
has been .1 member of Junior A hietement -Xfter graduation in
August he plans to go to college
XX INGATE AI BERT HAROI D
Sonny has been an actiie member in Galena Park schools
during the eight years hes been here In school he has been
football debate Senior Play and track After graduating with the
science and engineering sequence he plans to atrend college
XX OVIBLE LUI ANSI ALICE
ie h be n in G R A s
Y H A and homeroom representa
High School Outside of school she
has serxed as uct president of Cios
per Gleanors which is a youth fel
lowshio and secretary of her Sun
day School class She will graduate
in June with the business siquenee
YOUNG MARILYN GAYLE
'Vlarilyn often known by her
ni name ady Jane has led an
in Cialena Park schools She has been
lieutenant of the Jacketeers Chapter
treasurer and reoorter of FHA
unit presid nt of Student Council
Black and Gvld Rexue and an office
girl Outside ot school she has been
a CYO ofIiIIr After graduating
with the liberal arts sequence she
plans to become a medical secretary
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OFFICERS AND REPRESENTATIX I S 166
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TIME OUT EOR REFRESI-IMENTS
Secretary-Maisie Cato, Social Chairman-Valerie Blevins, y
President-Jean Edom, and Vice-President-Stu Stewart, have
a friendly discussion while Treasurer Claylene Jones gets the
OH, WHAT TO
Wl.at would we do without
the spirited help of the Junior
Officers and Representatives?
They're so much a part of
G.P.H.S. that it is impossible
to name all the activities
they have accomplished. Just to
cite an example, what would we
have done without their help
in the Black 25 Gold Revue and
the Junior Coronation? We
would have been lost! These
little spreaders of school spirit
give freely of their time,
patience and cooperation to ac-
complish every undertaking.
Oh, what to do? Give them the
appreciation they d e s e r v e .
Thank you, Junior officers and
Representatives for brightening
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'And I make the motion we have less homework," says Elorine Gulley, Carlene Vklatson.
Jo Ellen Sisson, Rhoda Sheppard, Marcille Chumley, Babs Coulter, Jean Buettel, Joan
Vkfhite, John Riggs. Roy Moore, Jackie Bynum, Danny Gardner, Russell Kinnison, Ronny
Crouch, and Walter Cunningham all agree. However
THE BLACK AND GOLD REVUE
Mardi Grasf All the enticing
charm of Old Paree and New Orleans
showers forth as the tingle of excite-
ment fills the air. XVe are enchanted
as we are transfered from a pictures-
que street scene to the exotic night
club, the Flamingo Club. to the very
Royal Ballroom in time for the Coro-
A last minute rehearsal is being prepared by
nation of the Mardi Gras King and
Queen. VJe are breathless as the mix-
ture of singers and dancers. magi-
cians and musicians are combined in-
to a unit of show biz. And. salute
the song that faintly, echoes in our
ears ...' 'There's No Business Like
The Mello Misses
form a harmonious
background for the
singing of Kenneth
NVhitney, with the
President Jean Edom and Mardi Gras Queen
Robyn Smith and King Stu Stuart.
The Fidelities are here and pantomme is in full swing
To make it easier to be recognized they are without their
make-up. The five little Fidelities shown are Mary Ann Young-
blood, Janice Lundy, Alice Mack, Sondra Halliday, and Beckie
Gross, while Barbara Cardenas is preparing her costume. t
Treasurer Claylene Jones represents our
very Parisienne Jacketeer Can Can girls
W' Ii -Fil Q
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l.ady Barbara Cardenas and
Ralph Riggs, we bestow upon
you the royal title of 'Cutest
Juniors of 1959" as you tread
the paths of success.
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Accepting the responsibility of the
Junior Class and its activities are the
.lunior Sponsors. Here are pictured Miss
Ellen Neal, Miss Martha Biggs, Mrs.
Carolyn Perry and Mr. J. H. Taylor,
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CUTEST AND FAVORITES
congregating for the purpose of helping
the Junior Class. Other sponsors not
pictured are Mr. Wililarii O'Neil and
Mrs Beth Manley.
ln view of your excellent status
of popularity. we Juniors grant
you, Rhoda Sheppard and Stu
Stewart, the honorary title of
"Junior Favorites of l959" as
you ascend the ladder of success.
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MISS GERALDS CLASS
Bonnie Goodwin lat the standl, Le Rea Eng-
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Lloyd. Treasurer-Frankie Cox, Social Chairman-Barbara Broclsman
The officers and representaf
tives as well as the favorites of
the Sophomore class were chos-
en and elected by the Sopho-
mores. They must maintain a
high average and be respected hy
This is the first year in
Galena Park High School for
the class of ol. lt is during this
year that their school spirit is
developed. From this sopho
more class will come the future
foothall team. .lacketet-rs, Cihoir
and Band members.
Vkle often tease the sopho'
rnores about heing "lowly '." hut
if it were not for the "lowly
Sophomoresf' where would the
"honorable seniors' come from?
Ann l,ee Greer
Barbara Polk was elected Sopho-
more Cutest Girl of 1959, and she is
very deserving. Not only is she pretty,
but she also has a pleasing personality.
Barbara is sixteen years old and is a
member of the Jacketeers, F.H.A., and
the Spanish Club. She loves sports and
takes part in many.
Elected by the Sophomore Class
for its Cutest Boy was Kenny Curtis.
Kenny is a quarterback on the football
team and is a very good player. Since he
hasn't decided what he will be after
he graduates. he is taking the science
and engineering sequence. which will
enable him to go into just about any
field. He is sixteen years old,
The Sophomore Faworxte Glrl for
1959 IS cute brown halred blue eyed
Holly Hague Holly IS flfteen years old
and xery actlve She IS a member of the
band and thls alone requxres a lot of
work In her spare txme she llkes to
twlrl bowl or swrm Holly hasn t quxte
made up her mmd what she would like
to be after she fxnlshes school but she
stxll has a few years to declde While
mullxng xt over she rs takxng the llberal
The Favorlte Boy of the Sopho
more Class IS Kenny Curtxs Kenny IS
very popular and llke Holly IS well
llked by hls classmates As you can
easxly see on IhlS and the precedlng
page he has recelved honors both as
Qophomore Cutest and as Favorrte Boy
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STATE BANK OF
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GRAY'S BEAUTY SHOP
GRICE'S CONOCO SERVICE
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RADIO 25 APPLIANCES
VEY SHEET METAL WKS.
MEYERS MAYTAG MART
MIDWAY COFFEE SHOP
MORRISON FURNITURE 'iff
my DOROTHY MARTIN . . .
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YOUR FI GERS
PATRONIZE YOUR ADVERTISERS !
Oft times, merchantile
dealers do not realize just how
much the support of high school
students means to their busi-
nesses. They let chances slip
through their fingers.
Our advertisements have
come from the dealers who un-
derstand that Ioday's window
shopper is tomorroufs buyer. 203
LOIS NORTON . , . BEAUTICIAN
O. K. SERVICE GARAGE
OLIN MATHEISON CHEMICAL
RANGER STEEL CORP.
RHEEN MANUFACTURING CO.
ROYAL 60 MINUTE CLEANERS
SHEFFIELD DIV. ARMCO STEEL
SOUTHERN ENGRAVING CO.
STOCKTONS SERVICE STATION
SUE'S BEAUTY SHOP
THELMA'S GIFT SHOP
YELLOW JACKET HIVE
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Borden s M1114 Company
Dorothy MHFIIH Beautlclan
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GRAHAM MW MoT R CoMPANY
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Galena Pork Texas
Soles FORD Servuce
1105 Holland on an 751 2306 Clinton Drive Phone on 2 7446
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NJ gl yy' l Seniors . . .
XJ ,ily S bl HESNICK FURNITURE
X,y GALENA PARK
Jil OR 4 0660
WHERE EVERY CUSTOMER
BECOMES A FRIEND
GRAYS BEAUTY SHOP
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SPO! REDUCIXCR IREAIMEN TS
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Midd e on Building Goleno P k
505 out Coast Building 6 oin reef
Congrotulcltlons ond Best Washes
SENIOR CLASS OF 1959
WORLDS LARGEST MANUFACTURER OF
STEEL SHIPPING CONTAINERS
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KARRAKER S JEWELERS Radlo and Apphances
DIAMONDS WATCHES JEWFLRY
WATCH REP AIRS
ALL 11ORlx CLARAX IEED
LAWRENCE KARRAKER RALPH KARRAKER
2114 Clinton Drlve 1270 Uvalde Drive RADIO and TELEVISION
Galena Park Texas Northslde Vlllage
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Phone on 4 1300 Phone GL 3 5144 S ES and V
OR 4 1133 Goleno Pork
HELMS BUILDING COMPANY
A D HELMS Owner
13218 Rockglen GL 31117
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HARDWARE SI APPLIANCES
901 Tartar Street Pasadena, Texas
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24 HOUR SERVICE
Relax IH the complete ComfoIt
of a home shop
Owner and Operator
TIRES BATTERIES ACCESSORIES GL 3 1050
Corner Market Street and Federal Road 1450 Mcryknoll Greens Bayou
12537 Market Street GL 3 4885
MIDW AY COFFEE SHOP
WERE 11lI'H BOL All IHP HAY
MR md VIRS ERNI S'I MOORE
1812 CLINTON DRIVE GALENA PARK
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ROYAL MINUTE CLEANERS
V h GL 3 7878
ulck Cafeterla SCFVICC
GULF DISCOUNT COMPANY CHARLEY HU
126 OM k S GL37I6I
O K SERVICE GARAGE
GENERAL AUTO REPAIR
2301 CI OR 4 2500
G I P k T
Jo Ellen SISSOH Buddy Mayo and Frankhn
Kllpatrlck lead the pep rally wlth S S s s s
SPNSAIIOIN Ol IHE NA IION
l l l 17 Market Street OR 3 6360
SHEET METAL WORKS
GENERAL SHEET METAL WORK
AIR CONDITIONING HEATING
1907 Avenue C Phone OR 2 7545
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BE SURE INSURE
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Honest and Dependable
Res OR 2 2l36 504 Holland
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What next . . . college? marriage? business?
Well, no matter what your choice, aren't you glad it's the
American way to choose as you please! This freedom of
choice, and other freedoms which are the core of our
country's greatness can be preserved only so long as we
appreciate and work for them.
Congratulations on your graduation.
HOUSTON LIGHTING 8. POWER COMPANY
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DIAMONDS WATCHES SILVER
Mldo Tlffln Crystal Films
2104 Clinton Dnve
EXPERT WATCH and JEWELRY REPAIR
Open a Charge Account With Us
Phone OR 4 0707
After completmg thmr mormng classes, Peggy Ray
Sandra Norms and Carl Kuykendahl take thenr mme
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CARLTON HARDWARE 81 SPORTING GOODS
THELMAIS GIFT SHOP
The Family Gift Center
Southern States Lumber Bldg
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Galena Park Texas 2200 Cllnton Drlve
Unusual and Practlcal Gift Selectlons for
WEDDINGS -k BABY SHOWERS
HOUSE WARMINGS -k SEASONAL
EXCLUSIVE IN THIS AREA
TIE TIE TIE ONS
254 AND UP
10330 Palestine Street
JACINTO CITY TEXAS
Greens Bayou Pharmacy
12751 Market Street
GREENS BAYOU TEXAS
YOUR REXALL STORES
A J A C K E
Because of the snack bar the student lounge
IS always crowded at lunch time Jeanxe
Joxner discovered thus when she was forced
to snt on the floor Barbara Cardenas sympa
thxzed wnth her because she had to stand up
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Early Saturday morning, Eebruary 7, twenty waited in the game room, which is provided by Sinclair
students left Galena Park High School and set out for for its visitors, until lO:00, at which time they boarded
Sinclair Oil and Refining Company in Pasadena. a touring bus, and were given a general tour of the
The students arrived at Sinclair at 9:30, and plant.
are looking at
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They are in the
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HENRY talked to
and the bus driver
before boarding the
touring bus which
showed them around
They were shown different methods of pro-
ducing oil, the docks. the canning industry where
shipments are prepared, and some of the finished
products of the plant.
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In The Heart of
IOI SOUTH SHAVER
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K R C T
ON YOUR RADIO DIAL
Janice Kemp and Cherry Balls read the 'rsx is
the paper, which came out on October 9, 1958.
Amerlca reallzes her dreams ln accompllshments What better
way to assure yaur place m the future than by preparmg yourself for
a professlonal role ln the Sclentlhc Era Your dreams
and plans right now wlll largely determme your deeds of
tomorrow The chemlcal lndustry offers unlxmlted opportumty for
rowth and develo ment to oun sclence raduates m the Gulf Coast
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area Discuss lf with your currlculum advlsor at the flrst opportumty ',
PIETIKO-TEX CIIENIICAL CORPORATION
HOUSTON 1. TEXAS
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TO YOU the students who have made
Galena Park High School what it is this book
QU is dedicated and it is to you therefore that
ue must bid adzeu This book published as it
was by your'fellow students is a storehouse
of memories that will never fade away With a
vtill be a'ble, to ease back the cloudy curtain of
time and behold bnce again the cold blissful
night of the Senior Prom the funny feeling
you got? at gra uatxon the joyous yet sad day
of parting with your beloved school and the
dampened spirits you had when the homecom
lng day parade was rained out
The staff owes a special debt of gratitude to
Miss Gordte Purcell who has worked closely
with our student photographers We wish
also to thank the personnel of Raeburn Studio
professional photographers to whom we are in
debted for the individual plctures and for many
of the informal photographic studies We grate
fully acknowledge the patience and forbearance
of the faculty for the many interruptions of
their classes las well as for more tangible help
in many instancesj To our sponsor Mrs Beth
Manley goes our appreciation for the guidance
she has given us Without the assistance of Mr
Dick Webdell and of Mr and Nlrs l-larvie Roe
sonnel at the Universal Bookbindery we should
have been handicapped mdeed Much of this
mdebtedness can never be repaid but you can
all patronize our advertisers who have so grac
xously financed this publication
To all these people there IS no greater reward
possible than the knowledge that you have
been pleased lt was for you that all the plan
ning cutting pasting typing checkmg recheck
mg and checking again was done And it is also
to you that we extend our greatest thanks
Without you there would be no reason for this
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