Garland High School - Owls Nest Yearbook (Garland, TX)

 - Class of 1955

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- ALM ' HAIL GAR - LAND HIGH SCHOCL, 1 , I LQY AL T0 THE BLACK AND THE G - ,U FAST YOU'LL ALWAYS BE WE'LL CH 4 TER W I 1 L JZTT R GLO - RY BE- HQLD: WE'LL E'ER BE I pix D111 OUR ALMA MAT ER, STEAD- SH YOU THRGLIGH LCSS AND VIC - T0 - RY The Alma Mater was composed by Band Director Carl Bolin. . +4 I QWM Mfg Jr ff MW VHMW fffyjj FOREWORD DPDICA1 ION PFRSONALITIES ORGAWIXAT IONS SPORTS C LASSES Semorf 1112107 Q Sollvbomorer ADX FRTISFINIFNTS CONTENTS YL f ' W C bl V!! ja I W ' JL M ,WJ H Q . f ff f ji 1 M W f W I ' A ..hh..,,,-...-.,,,.,,,.,..,....,.q.,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,A,.,,,,,,,Y.,,,q 5 I , ' ..........,.w.,.,V.,, ,,,,.,..,..........,..........,..,...... 4 1 Q Q .............,.......................................... .. 5 L ', 4 fi ...................................................... 25 A ...,..,,.......,.............,................Y..................,....,...v. 45 ADMINISTRATION ......,.,.7,.....A...,,....,........................ 67 Q QQ N ........,....,..A.,......A.,.......,.......Q.....V...,,,.................. 75 ' 1 ........................ .. ...........,...,....,...................... 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X, We honor the football boys who entered each game with their thoughts, prayers, and abilities dedicated to the writing of a fine record for the school, The managers whose faithful service was a constant aid to both the team and coachesg The coaches who have helped not only in producing a fine football team but have helped in molding the character of the boys by their guidance and example. United the Owls met a victorious season and represented our school in the finest possible way wherever they went. The District 2-AAA Championship trophy will always remind us of the undefeated record set by the 1954 Owls. To you, our football team, managers, and coaches, we dedicate this 1955 yearbook. sv Hlbl-I S5 PERSONALITIES wt few SEPTEMBER A new year and elections of new officers take place as the student council president election shown here. HIGHLIGHTS OF THE -f OCTOBER Everyone was thrilled by acquiring a new football stadium. and thousands turned out for the dedication of the field. Basketball begins as spectators eagerly await to see the 1955 OVULS. NOVEMBER DECEMBER The old saying, "A good time was had by all," was truly appropriate for the all-school Christmas party. YEAR I PICTURES JANUARY FEBRUARY it fly r The personalities remained a secret until the Popularity Ball, The district champs receive their eagerly awaited jatkets. f wif 'E ' fiff' U 4 f .L , M E w i f?sQ?f1 il X , LORETTA LEWIS IERRY ROGERS Mr. audmiss 6.14.3 .J J' 'lim r xv I ,M H f V if , 'I 2' X 9 J '25 4 A in viz WIT" 'IP fm- 6 N..- Wi' .' 5 CARL LUNA MARY ANNE LANNOM Senior Qawrifcs l 5 ,qs I X GAY TW YM AN ALVIN MOORL junior .?zzwrites fi?" my 'K Ni' M- Nix Kirk t ' A r-53 , :E s'mQ'?f'N BOBBY DON SCI-IRADE MADELEINE SKELTON Saplzomorc Eiavarites 1-iF4"'6' W, W.. fmf 34.5. ' Q? , um 1 .Qui 42.54 ff? JUDY THONIAS BOBBY Dow sc HRADE Mas! Heaufzful Mas! flamtswuc' v 55 4, E-'if fl Y , Mrf msn: is Us-ear i ,I 'JJ A X a L 5 S 5 ' ,ffgf 4 ,e , 11 u v 'x n X sw ' x 5 X 3 x x . I , f I 'X 'xwnl - " "-'Z' ' ,K .. Qi -Xhx N. , X x gs iwpbv' I DAVID BELOTE BARBARA BAILEY Mos! likely in Suvceed lg Q' q- I I 1 ff? I I VIRGINIA CLEMENTS JOE Bos JOHNSON llitticsf I Z L ij. I 'I -of' ,Z Ci X. 'Dk Y 7 r NED INLGUIRI2 MARTHA CHERRY ?rie11dlifsf 'ik fha. -'rf DAVID BELOTE . . . ll rerfatile .fezzim zoted 111017 Liiefy fo Smveed by bif flfzffmatef. CAROLYN LUCK . . . Em izzzelligent .fezzio band and a farorife u'it!2 everyone. 1-9- ffififx 'ltr ' 1 .ty v ll I . 4 fefrfl 451: fix CHARLES LYLES . . . friendly of the football team . . , a familiar cam pm. LEE ONTYNE OVERSTREET . . . a Jenior poi- yefteal of an exceptional artiftic ability. ,411 off. 5. BILL MCKNIGHT . . . capable, efficient Jenior photographer' for the Owllf Eye and 0wl'5 Neff. BETTY STEPP . . . a quiet, cerfatile Jenior and Jecretary of the National Honor Society, 635 f if-,' ,ff my MARTHA CHERRY . . . K1 friendly, alfmftive ALVIN MOORE . . . an ezzergetir junior foofbafl jfnzzor fluff offirer willy K1 mfzgrzefic perfofzafily. player and flaw preiidenl. GARY PRIDEAUX . . . an olzfffazldifzg fopba- MADELEINE SKELTON . . .ml effiviezzl Jopho- fzmre Jffyolm' u'illJ 11 friendfy JIIIHF. more rbeerfeader and 11 fine Jporl. 'S -H' fifty 065 if "1M'7"' 'WIKI' .inf JOE CORLEY CAROL DUNMORE SCJ-L,4. Beau and Z SCA. Sweetheart NOMINEES NOMINEES SENIOR SENIOR Jerry Patterson Carol Dunmore JUNIOR JUNIOR Joe Corley Ginger Hill SOPHOMORE SOPHOMORE Floyd Blackwell Judy Thomas 'i Mr. audflftiss eff. .st eminees Gcrald MCCrcary Marcia 'luday j f' Mary Anne Lannom Carl Luna Mes! Keeuliul and Most J-lezndseme Nominees Seated: Wanda tkins. Marilyn Lewis. and Marcia juclay. Standing: R. L. Price. David Belote. Patsy Tolar, Floysd x ackwell. Bobby Boyd, Sharron Needham. and Lowell Baker. Qu-.... AQ MUST I.lKI2l,Y TO 5l'C.CIfI2D M.1n1.1 -'LZXEJY Mary Annu Idlnnum Dwugl.1x 'lfxylwr Cvurald Xhffrmry FRIENDLIEST B.1rb,1r.1 XX'rrn M.1Jcl:mc Sl-ccltnn Cxrmwn Hirtxfield Alun Slums XYITTIEST ,Tm Parn-rt Patsy Vfyrikk Alvm Moore Rwbcrr Bmw 2l , -'..-4' ffm-. 1 '-K , , peck, 4, . ' Ikrfrwh D -.-A if 611155 Zzverife Nominees Personality eminees SEXIORS Cirmwn H.1rtNf1cIJ Chulu Lyla -Ixmmic Sue Qimybcl Hamm V1 L1d.1y jI'XIUR5 Patsy Bmxllng M,mh.1 Umcrry Hlcrzy B1'.inkL'U Hubby Iiwyxi Sf JPHOMORI25 INI.xrtl1.1 AIKCQLC wludy 'I Iwmwmx Huy J Ulm knxnll '1'mmny XXHIIAL: 1 V 35- '14 is Z 2 E f i Q-'ff' 'E Y, '14, Q1 Q3 I-.f V ff' ,Aiwa an gZN'X,xgM lx xfxxyi ,air f l 1- 'W Q V, 'X fd- 'P' Y :wax 4 x, ,Q '7v.3"W H7 .SIQ F 2 f D fs w"1f,L1g5A 'vm it M, knf1W at fffyk xx 1 h,f"',3,,"""' QQ Av 4 .,,.,, , P K Q vi ,Q D 'ir W9 15744 3 1 ' i ' he W ' 11' 'W if .cvgif i 3'-1'f" 54" ,X 1 Y if-'I :ff W nl I 4. ORGAN ZATIONS First row Manta Rasure jane Parks Patsye Shaw Patsy Wyrick Nancy Teter Patsy Bowling Sandra Beck Barbara May Ernestine Long Ethel Gridcr Billie Earl Hodge Marilyn Miller Nedra Porter Ruth Davis Shirley Rogers Barbara Bailey Second row Joyce XVeathersbyy jo Ann Tipton Cheryl Allen Gay Twyman Marcia Jud-2-y Larry Scott Robert Bane john Dans Donald Freeman Michael Thompson Patricia Neely Carolyn Palmer jane Presley Jeanine Fitschen Jimmie Sue Campbell Miss McCurry Third row jane Teter Mary Ann Lannom lNelda Brown Sue Caldwell Patsy Boren Carol Bedingfield Betty Barrett Patricia Curley Jan Parrott Betty Ste-pp jackie Smith Mary Horstman Billie Griffcn Shelby Cook Sylvia Rikcr Peggy Thompson Velma Shultz Maxine Harris R I Prine Winda Watkins Sarah Wfiggs Ruth Northrop Mary Lou Cummins PatM1chell Fourth row Calvin Brummett jitk Wheeler Clifton Hall Tommy Goforth Roy Guthrie Charles Lyles Gerald McCreary Ronnie Ncal jesse Range Earl Hamilton Irby Range William McGrath David Belote Alvin Moore jerry Perry Don Agnew Fred Wiley Weldon Whitlow Ned McGuire Douglas Taylor NATIO AL HO OR SOC E Seniors and juniors are eligible for membership in tloe G.H.S. Chapter of the NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY. Students are elected by the faculty on the basis of scholarship, leadership, charac- ter, and service. A faculty sponsor is appointed by the principal. Mem- bership in this organization is one of the highest honors to be attained by a student. "H-1. OFFICERS-President, David Beloteg Vice President, john Davisg Sec re-tary. Betty Steppg Treasurer. jan Parrottg Historian. Peggy Thompson Sponsors. Miss McCurry, Mr. Glaze, '.' x I EM, ,ps fx' N ki N. .r K1. Nl k A ' fl I I 5- , .dsjlf rr W abil U First row: jackie Smith. Sharron Needham. Eddie Oats, Nancy Smith. Wanda Watkins. True Tucker, Carol Dunmore. Glenna Quillin, Shirley Rogers. Second row: Billy Buchanan, Carl Luna. jim Wfhite. Mickey Foster. jerry Russell. Virginia Clements, R. I.. Price, Nedra Porter, Billy Mc- Knight, Barbara Daugherty. O W L ' S E Y E SPRING EDITORS-jim White, Wanda Watkins. FALL EDITORS- Sharron Needham, jackie Smith. The OWL'S EYE is published by the journalism Class. The paper is issued every two weeks and is financed by sale of the paper and advertisements. The cost of the OWLlS EYE is ten cents a copy. I . MIM! W f--.IT if 9 'Ne I 3? 'Qin' fl .fiaidlll MLB-ff' ' 'f'3'Glw"' First row: Loretta Lewis, Mary Horstmun, Betty Stcpp. Piittic Nell XX'.itl-tins. liiinniu joy Kirby. Clizirluttc Rnqucmorc. Maxine Harris, Piltsyc Slmw. Sharron lxitiklllillll, rNf.lI'lllAl Cliurry. Scwnrl rim: Put I.4ingStnn, Carol Dunmorc, Ifthcl Gritltir, liillic liarl lrlmlgc. Pitt Mithcll, Cirsvlyn I,urk, -lim XX'liitc, Drixitl Bclotc, Bill Mtlinight. 'lkimniy XXI-Ish, Michtnil Crunk. NL-tl MtGuirt'. Mn, Cdilkinx. Miss lftli11lx.lN1iSs Hunt. The school ycarlvook. the OXVLS NEST. is publishctl by thc Senior C.l.1xs. Thr- nmin stall' is wlcttctl by the principal. The l4.lLLllQ' sponxor is .lFI'OlIlfCLl by the printipal. Ph'- mcntx for the .1nnu.1l .irc nmtlc in the f.1ll, Dclivcry of the .1nnu.il in L1SLl.illl' mrly in May. A Bummxr myylciiicnt is nuilctl in luly. I 1 .1 WL'S NEST I Z 3 v-1 lim. V-fg. . 1- -1uu1fv E.!:rffv--I.ORETTA LEXYIS CQ-Edzzm-PAT LANGSTON I Sjif,f:if,f.'-lN1l5S HUNT. MISS ECHOL5. MRS. CALKINS 27 .1 1 . if , ,i 4 - . Blfhlfl Dauglmcrtx md Betty jo Nnlwn Lluplly wma of thur umknng, Ability in the Hwmcmaklng, dumg 1 swung., dass oi X- x . : D W Q f ' 1 'X Ehillll-'ML atrmg Hmmm md Sxndm Barton .H rcnmxxng, Vary Pondu Tommie Sxnclalr and Patsy Spensc muftms from unc ut the new stoxes t tmmhmq up than garments ,ll " XM 9 sun .md Dons mn 1 ncrs of p went joe Corin H A I5r..1u I xr md bclt .mt the new lout 1 Stun T"'7" First row: Loyde Ragsdell. johnny Ponder, XY'ayne Herring, jimmy Lawton. Don XX'illiams. joe Corley. Clifton Hall, Paul Merritt. Roy Yancey. J. R. Wfynne. Howard Hall. Carol Dunmore, Robert Brand. Carmon Hartsfield. Ray Fincher. jerry Rogers. james White. Charles Shearer, Billy Buchan- an. Robert Marshall, Teddy Mitchell. Calvin Cull. Second row: Mr. Reed, Eddie Blake, johnny Clark. Hoyt Thomas. joe Cornett. Herald Rowlings. Art Morrison. Gerald Wfilliams. Charles Roberts. Larry Knapp. Benny Warren. Tommy W'allace. Carey Gouch. Royce Bridges. Kitt Watkins. Scotty joe Rich. Dale Morgan. Perry Winkle. jerry Groves. jimmy Cruit. james Wfhitworth. Thomas White. john Morgan. George Lyons. Bobby Bailey. Donovan Paul, john Daugherty, Victor Ramsey. Alvin Harris, Dean Long. Third row: Gerald Houston. Donald Seabolt. johnny Hatley, Calvin McFadden. joel McFadden. Frank Dockens. Ronald Kerney, Bobby Goodman. Curtis Cragett, Kennith Vifhite. Sidney Galbraith. Maloy Bridges. Sandy Daniel. Charles Blakely. john Smith. Clarence Fulton. Thurl Pelton. Monte Oliver, Leroy Pickle, Butch XY'ilson, Harvey Turly, David Hartsfield, Tommy Myers. james Moss. FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA is an organization composed of boys enrolled in Vo- cational Agriculture or Farm Engineering. Each boy must take part in a project approved by the sponsor. The organization provides trips to dis- play prize animals, and the members may be on judging teams. One of the highlights of the F.F.A. organization is the annual father-son banquet. The group also affords a coveted hon- or for a high school girl in being designated the F.F.A. Sweetheart. OFFICERS+President. Howard Hallg lst Vice President. Robert Brandg 2nd Vice President. joe Corley: 5rd Vice President, Paul Merrittg Secretary. J. R. Vfynneg Treasurer. jerry Rogersg Reporter, Clifton Hallg Parliamentarian. Roy Yancey: Historian. Carmon Hartsfieldg Sentinel, Ray Fincherg Song Leader, james XX"hiteg Sponsor. Mr. Reed. 30 ii '1- 7 N GTIQ P A .fi Q -3 x l' .A N , o . -Q F., v 'Qf ttcr 0 c pigw. All rcgistcr 4 um urn rf.vu.1ra or j R Wwnnns swim pmjut. PQ 5LI!n First row: Kay Lynn Espeset. Carolyn Luck, Bette McClure, Marlene Stepp. Diane Guthrie, Lee Ontyne Overstreet, Glenna Quillin. Barbara Bailey. Second row: Shirley Hemphill, Neelra Porter, Ruth Davis, Shirley Rodgers, Sarah Davis, Charles Eskridge, Donna Talley, Jeanette Andrews, Barbara Kenrgtt. Eddie Oats, Jimmie Sue Campbell. Third row: Aline Ryan, Mary Armstrong, Thresa Fowler, Carol Dunmore, Loraine Tucker, Patricia Neely, Diane Kelley, Betty Barrett. Patsy Boren, Carolyn Palger. ue Caldwell. .lane Parks lied McGuire. , I A 901' JW-Z' f ' ,yfl y , "1 , 1 r t i' fp' +R, JULI IOR RED: CROSS t- t . 1 ' f "I J The 'IVNIOR RED CROSS or- ganization is open to all students in the Garland High School. The council organization functions as a steering committee for the entire school. The purpose for the organi- zation as a whole is to serve the needy. Making Christmas stockings and collecting soap and funny books for hospitalized patients were among some of the worth- while projects carriecl out by the junior Red Cross. 4 S. f OFFlCERS4Presiclent. .limmie Sue Cantpbellg Vice President. Neel Me- Guireg Secretary. Lee Ontyne Oxerstrc-:tg Treasurer. Charles Eskrieigeg Reporter. Pat Richards: Comniittee Chairmen. Barbara Bailey. Carolyn Lutk. Glenna Quillin: Sponsor. Miss Nzckles. 5 W' f.l1"'f ' f ijgj 33 First row: Marlene Stepp. Virginia Drain. Ann Arrington, Sharron Collier. Joyce Hay. Doryre Carson, liarhara Kenngt. Carolyn Hodges. Mary Bedford. Rachel liaine, Mayita Day, Charlotte Roquemore. Nanny Ericson. Chiquita Mace. Second row: Glenna Quillin, Sylvia Riker, Dorothy Slone. Nancy Smith, Patsy Toler. 'Pansy Gruhlns. Sarah Connor, Geneva Cox. Doris Ann Porter. Ginger Quillin. Pat Ashcraft. Franeis Langley. Lynell MeI.indon. Shirley XX'ilson. Third row: Stella Medina. Barbara Mclntire. Shelby Cook. Carol Dunmore. Diane Kelly, Patricia Corley. Vifilladean DeXY'oody. Norma Devlioody. Phylis Morris. Nelta Anderwn. Martha Peartv. Linda liriewn. Shirley Hemphill, Fourth row: Hazel Henson. Beverly Merriman. Betty MeClure. liilly Cooper. Frank Mate. Kennith Garvin. Lee Odell. jerry Wood, john Rathhone. David Merrill. Miehael ThOmaSon. Don Spence. Dwight Edwards, Lariane Tucker, Sherrie Sanford. Barbara Tarpley, CHOIR The GARLAND HIGH SCHOOL CHORUS serves the sthool and eoinmunity through yer- forinances for school avvenihlies, eoinniunitv organizations. thurthes and other groups, .iw L7 V, if ' i 19" rf., -MR. BOLIN Wi. -Q-'rr ? --..-.. 'E if CHOIR COUNCIL-Ann Arrington, llrtxy Tolcr, Mirhnvl 'l'Irnrn.rWn, Putriaizr Corley, Glu-nm Ouillin. . X , I - .9 .f . rf" f ' f, If - by I Ljrfj . f r ff' r MMM f 5 2 5 SIQX' I 3 r 5 IIi'l'--Sylrin Ril-cor, P.1U'iLki.1 Curley. Phyllix Mwrrrs, Shrrrrc Sgrmforri. M.rrtIr.1 PQ-.rr.y. Qhiqrrm Mme. fi -fn. 7? 11-:1 pii i i- row: Michael Thomason. D vid Belote. Douglas Taylor. Jesse Range, Sally Rembert, Donna Talley, jane Park, ljatricg Crtgjg, David Scott, Second row: Velma Shults, Suzanne Ellis, Irby Range. Marjorie Taylci, Mary ,lane Mililcen. Judy White. Barbara june Bailey, Kay Lynn Espeset. jimmy Crook. Pat Thompson. Marjorie XY'ood. john Rathbone, Iwfarcia juday, David Merrill, Third row: jimmy Korenelc, Elaine Norman. Dicky Vaughan. Ronnie Neal. Bonnie joy Kirby, Jerry XVood. Dicky jackson. Donald Mac Freeman. John Bailey. Kenneth Garvin. Douglas Vibrock, Michael Sellers. Bob Lende. Ronnie VanGilder. David Hartsfield, Lee Brumit, David Johnson, Weldon Wfhitlow. Annette Syvearingen, Karma Yates, Fred Wfilley. Fourth row: Larry Routh, James Crump, Billie Lange. Micky Hamlin. jackie Renfro, Mary Gatevvood. Nancy Gnagi. David Ormsby, Fred Buchholz. Steve Kennedy, Carolyn Cater. Martha Heath, Carolyn Luck. Barbara Barber. Barbara jean Bailey, Roy Earl Shipley. Ronald Spence. Bucky Brovvn, Ginger Hill, jerry Allday. Stewart McCasland. Don Spence, Herbert Axe, Ronnie Ashvvander. Lee Ontyne Over- street not shown, rl v f , , I ,X I r The BAND engages in many activities in ser vice to the school and community. It supports the school in performance at football games A pep rallies, assemblies, concerts, parades, and 5 . , r other school programs. It serves the community 1 f through provision of programs for civic clubs represents the school and community at many . out of town activities such as the University ' f W Interscholastic League contests, Dallas County 'G Festival, TMEA Convention and Fair Day, Col ,YM ,gy gn lege Band Days and parades. it amy Y- ' Ji .t .,gf,g1f1i--,.A Ar-tffvg S 1 -MRBOLIN churches and other community organizations. It .Q-+ f ' ' 2 Wt if OFFICERS-President, john Rgthboncg Vite President, jerry XX'Oodg Secretary. Barbara Bailey Treasurer, Lee Ontync Ovcrstrcctg Srwphotmvrc Rcptm-scntttivc. Judy Vfhitcg junior Representative jesse Rmgcg Scnior Rcprwcnt.tttw. DULIQIAN 'I'.1ylur. -,f iff 2' fr. fu X K , 5, I . L ,ug , My A I tl! ut DAHV U- XADM V4 L r- ' ' I' ' 1 If lp X I Yr!! in i VJ-J J, SLA, 'C1 gA't'L V-'3 f 1 gf ffx' ft k.. v , F4 73 NUEQJL flak flff f, Xff N I 'D' ff if .t t N X , , x fxlvf' J! K f J 'J' .1 N Slmrrun Nu-LII111111, IfI.11m- Ixtu, I,.iIIlkI.1 I'I.1mmk. Dm-7-ftI1y INIIflug FIJDL' R.1I'1L'y. I.-'IJ S.1I1.1xt141n, M.l1'tI1.1 MLCQQQ. IQJIIIIIDL' XY'.11lu1, XX'.mII.1 XXv.III'CII'IN, Dum- C9r.1yI Almky Ilhclps, Chcryl Allan. Iintty In ISIIIMI NIITIII XXIIII m Nm I L1 C LIIIIIIIIHLN I flu Img I ,IU NUNU . L L, - r Nw. L' , . A.. I. L '. .1 N, . A .11 , t'. 'L 'N ' JIIIAQ. DASHI G MRS. CALKINS Cd 'A Ilvw IIN f N,-'xfXC,Y NIIAPI' DEB COI NCII.--I'1rNt ww' XX'.1mI.1 Iwhnwn. MAH A N113 NIJIXIX NI...':r1 NcL,fI2,1? My 'mf nm: KIM XY',1rz.f,1 XX.Itk171N. Luv. 'lxxgrv' , Iftxxf :Mu BI.1::i1.I Ml I I ILT: II..fN I:w:1,w fi-'I Ann jackson, Sandra Bank, Nell Henderson. Pattic Nell Wzltkins. Soni Law. Patsy Bowlrng., Char lutrc Oxford. B.1rh.1r.1 Hay. Dgrlsnc Caldwell. Martha Cherry, Dcloris Hunt Shaw, Carlerme Nall. Peggy Smith. 'Tudy 'I'horr1.1s, -Ian Parrott. DEB W .1 n A i 5 Iflzlq Br,1nv'r 2 DIANE TETER MARYK SCHILLER 2 SANDRA BIQOXYNINCI Q ' f 5 . Q NANCY TETER XI 'HRH 'XXX LKNNONI LIXD-X RICE N' 39 'N . ' fr x xl A . A Q- Q' , n, if gig jfffw .jg :J agp K Q is V4 ,, gd Ar ,Afj2T,?' Vgvvg, A 'V Y W, MI., . 1 . fr f5'fei'f' B-nf First row: Loretta Lewis. Pg1t5y Xwyrick. Barbara XY'rcn, Second row: jimmy jones. Eddie Oates Bobby Don Schrade, Third row: INI.ldCliI'1C Skcltun. Ginny Clements. ,lf X-1 Spozzror-MRS. CALKINS CHEERLE DERS SENIORS LORETTA LEXVIS EDDIE OATES BARBARA XWREN SOPHOMORES BOBBY DON SCI-IRADE MADELINE SKELTON JLYNIORS PATSY WYRICK JIMMY JONES GINNY CLEMENTS -A1 First row: Billie Griffin. Doris Edwards. Second row: Norma Houston, Carol Dunmore, Pat Langs- ton, Betty Stepp. OFFICE ASSISTANTS PROJECTOR OPERATORS First row: Alvin Moore, jim Xwhite. john Walthall, Byron Willis, Donald Mac Freeman. Second row: Bobby Boyd, Pat Sznajder. Myron Willis, Bill McKnight, Kennith Wliite. Don Agnew, Billy Cooper. First row: Pat Ashcraft. Ruth Davis, Ginger Quillen, Mary Ford, Gail Williford. Barbara Robbins, Mrs. XX'olfe. Setond row: Francis Langley. Billie jean Holmes, Barbara Tapley. Charlene Livingston, Patsy Turley, LuNell Roberts. Kay Espeset, XY'illiam McGrath. john Davis, joseph Spranza, Bill 42 McKnight. ' LIBRARY ASSISTANTS 't , - ' If O r - In . V 'Ls' -Q-F f ,uf .J Q .Jo-Y, Y s ,fj' flu ,wwf ,jj ,f aww fff'4'3 f f L ' . .A , , ., 'f,,.5.J -,f ,-f f,.,-Jfffx " ' ' I ' . i fi.-A V J ' , ' D J 'I-JM, ,1", -1677 x ' I , ' f,!j'f'j:-!f!lff,Lf' 0 1,91 ff! y 1 f I ,ffhffjfff K , M fi fbfnff 1117557 f is 2 +,""'lF A :W-li 4... Q' ii. -ul' ,'-4 - W-- ..,, u sq.- -4?-1, rf :R 5 gp'-gi:v:."""' ,s f.......4.4 Y ' 'V ,pf-..l'., sues 2 xt- L' 1 ,.,,,,,, ,,.m.glf.af:gi-vuufrrifwd-YQ'-'f . . www ff .. SPGRTS 43 5 Jef' P Willa they 16 '33 17 ir' , l me 2? 44 a. i. sf . " . M . ,stef ' , 1 ,tp sv.. f ufxisgp.-A, M First row: Kennith White, Roger Brand. jerry Patterson. jerry Braekett. R, L, Price, jerry Rogers, and 'lim Alex Shugart. Second row: Ronald Hamra. Bobby Barringer. Clarence Lyday, Billy XVeaver, Kirt XVatlcins. Alvin Moore. and Larry Scott. Third row: Ned McGuire, Rex Caldwell. VUayne Mullins. Warren Ray Wy'rick. Gerald McCre.iry. Donald Mac Freeman. and Lowell Baker. DI TRICT CHAMPIONS XVith a 10-O record. the Garland Owls became the undefeated District 2-AAA Cham- pions. Garland players reeeiyed wide recognition during the season, Bobby Boyd was awarded the jack Russell Award. which is given annually at Cleburne to the districts most yalu- able player, Boyd was also named to the first string All-Stare team. Named to the second team from G.l-LS. were jerry Russell and Carl Luna. jerry Rogers receiyed Honorable Mention. The Owls dominated the 2-AAA All'District team by placing Bobby Boyd, Charles Lyles. ylerry Russell. Gerald Mcflreary. Larry Scott. and Carl Luna on the first team, The second team selection from Garland included Lowell Baker, 'lerry Rogers, and Carmon Hartstield. Alvin Moore. jerry Patterson, and Roy Yancy recieved Honorable Mention. 14,1 40 , W' ' img, . ' A r . ffl JH-.1 ,s .ry . X .QQ W0 ,f4,.f- 4,1 'f rv 'wr Hu-,H HAH f ' K Z7 3 QQ Lf' L2 GPI' HIGH api, , . W C2 'xx - Q 5 Y 'M Q 4 , , f, . ' ' ' A ' 4' ' ' W 'W - . - ,, - r, A K. .ef 373' Mjzw ." dm: K ., V' 1 feutz , ' , 5 ' A ,A . 0 . 1 J.. , , J an X' .0 S1 1 S 5 N ' A . -w, First row: jerry Perry. Roy Yamey, jerry Russell, Cirrnon Hdmfield. and Charles Lyles. Second row: Myron Baker. Arthur Douglas. C.1rey Gooch. nl, R. XY'ynn, Roy Guthrie, Tommy Turner, and Coach Roach. Third row: -lody Shaw, Donald Berker, Ciilxin Brummett. Carl Luna, Bobby Boyd, Bobby Riehnrdson, Coach Ellington, and Ciuuh -lolinion, G.1fl.lDLl.., .. G.1rl.1nd G.1rl.md G.irl,uid Glrlgnd Glrlxnd Garland Garland Garland Garland Girllnd .,,... SCHEDULE , 26 ., So 19 Il ..,,,,l2 ,...,rl9 ,mul-1 ,.,..,-47 ......26 7 Meliinney 7 Denton , 6 Greenville, , O Brownwood - 6 South Oak Cliff i,....,. 6 Grand Prairie ..,,,, O Pleasdnt Grove ,,,,...,,, 13 Irving .,,....,.,,..,.... 2 Arlington 27 Cleburne ........ ..,. 1 3 Breekenriclge 20 45 li 4' aw Conch BILL ELLINGTON Cmrb HOMER JOHNSON Coach GEORGE ROACH 1954 and 1955 foot ball captains, Charles Lyles, Alvin Moore, jerry Russell, and Bob- by Boyd, with Coach Ellington exhibit the 2- AAA District trophy. 'Q' Q51 'iv YZ' 5 REX CALDWELL Sophomore Center Septembefs here again, and it's time for football .- Q-nv if X ,p- XYAYNE MULLINS Soplioinorc Center KIRK XYATKINS Senior Center ALVIN MOORE -luniur Guard ,'1.A.'-D: fir :ff 1-44 jfghlg ,..- C A z., gun. vgaM,.e-Mya.: , ..,, - CARMON HARI SI IELD Senior Center All Dimzcl Sero1zciTe.1m ., if ' 1 H Despite .ill Arlington can do, Lowell is getting those extra yards. ixitifn Pl 'Q J 47 KY ,f 1 LHHRS as if hbs gr -' ' it yui. B-0155. but nut fiif liinu' And hc's going all the way! lv -,, .. gnc - 1 -is .i-, 'll' ., Y L- , .' -xv, T, .. ' -:YF xv-9 --x DONALD ISIICKER .Tuniur TMI-CIC CARI. ITNA T.nkIc Fcnmr A!!-Suze Sitolld 1441111 AU-Dlftrfft Fnit Tixmz R14fnHAii.zfd 1,uI1f,Y,1!IjL' 1115 rzfiorz GERALD Mi CRISARY Senior Tiuklc AU-Diilrffl Iflrfl Te.m1 ,IITRRY PATTERSON Nm-niur 'Iniklc wifi' I7.'i.".'i: Hf I, ni' .4 ,Hi LARRY SCOTT ,Tunmr Tmklc .'1ll-IRI-.'YJi Ili 1 'lfwn S "':,lr,E FK ' nw ,--sv' i -'rf L. wi 1 And hbs going all the way! Touchdown, here we come. fs 5 ' MYRON BAKER junior End n I N ' 5 Q W- ,IFRRY 7 RYSSELL K Smwr End Af!-51.555 S:.wf:,I 'f2.m1 Aff-I3.'f.'v.'L't t 71.m' 0 W4 JUDY SHAW' ,Iunwr Ifnd 4, ISIH. I 4 ig-Z XYPAVIQR N1j'fx1wrwvr:.' 'lluklc X I,OXX'lfI.I. I ISAKIZR Ylunim lzrui Aflvllfxffffl SL ufml 'I mm Ifwn Smith O.1k Cliff Bears do the Mambo. x 'V . .A.4 u X - TOMMY TTQRNIER Sophomore Ifnd WARREN XYYRICK Sophomore End It looks as though Inmg 5 hawmg a tough txme fxi N AC T Look, Bobby. youre about to be interrupted! f ARTHVR DOVGLAS Iunior Quurrcrhguk T' ,Q ' 1 5 JIM SHVG.-KRT Jllmhuf QLl.lfIL'Yl'.lxk h ROY YAXCEY QU.1IKL'Y!',1uk Aff-D: .'f.":.' Hon' ".:'5.2 lf: ilnlk. av X .,.. 6 Y BOBBY BOYD Junior Bfiak Af!-Suze Firfl Team All-Difzrin Fir!! Tum Rll.V.fFli! A1l,77'd CALVIN BRTQMMETT Senior Back ROY GUTHRIE Senior Back CLARENCE LYDAY Junior Back JERRY PERRY Junior Back R. L. brought down by 2 Tigers after a 13 yard gain. Bobby is on thi louse again, and Rodgers and Lyles give him some good downficld blocking. JERRY ROGERS Senior Bank Alf-SLIM IIur1wr,zH: .II AH-Dfflflil Swwzd Tenzw BOBBY RICHARDSON junior Back R. I-. PRICE Senior Back CHARLES LYLES Senior Fullback fill-Dzvlrwt lfnwl Ti .znz ,I. R. VUYXNE junior Fullback va, '38, , 'Za .I-9 :isa 54 rn A ,:,j5. 1' M fi, T , 1, ma i?4 B-TEAM SQUAD MEMBERS-First row: Tommy Vfallace, Xliaco Kelly, Hubert Echols. Sidney Gailhraith, Byron Willis, Dennis Lafferty, nl, XV. Stone, Don Stepp, jerry Allday, james White, manager. Second row: Floyd Blackwell, David Scott, Corky Ethyl, Frank Mace, joe Bob johnson, James Morgan, Lynn Skelton, Don Isett, jerry Black. Charles Davis. Third row: Coach Hudson, Roland Bailey, Donovan Paul, David Cornett, Raymond Elliot, Wfayne Boule. Arlis James, Bobby Bailey, Dennis Locke. Jerry Wolfe, Coach Kimhrcll. Sept. Oct, Oct. Oct. Oct. Nov Nov Nov. 234Garland 7-Garland 13-H-Garland 2O'fGarland 28fGarland li--Garland 10-Garland 12-4--Garland "B" TEAM "B" TEAM SCHEDULE 25 7 6 ....,..59 Denton B ..........,,. ...,,i 0 Crandall High .,...... ,,,.,. O Highland Park B ..,,.. .,., 2 O Terrell Reserves ...... ,.,.,. 6 Grand Prairie B ...... ,,.... Pleasant Grove B Highland Park B 35 ... 58 Arlington B ,,...,.., 12 6 fi ASKETB LL TEA Sis .g Krlfelinizz Arthur Dwuglas. Paul B.1kcr. Charlkes Lylcs. Bubby Buyd, Pat Sznajder. and R. I.. Prim m.m.12cr. Smrmdimlz Crnuh Kimbrcll. Luna-ll B.1kcr. Bi . so . .Terry Russell. w'.1l'fL'I'l Ray V5 rink. Tummv Turner. and Billx' QRQJ3 XY'C.1Yt'I' x' 55 xx , f in COACH HUDSON and COACH KIMBRELL BASKETBALL SCHEDULE November 30-Denton December 5wGreenville December 7-Greenville December 8'-Sherman December 14-Denton December 16, 17, 18-North Texas State Tournament-Denton December 22-Sherman December 27, 28, 29, 30-Dr. Pepper Tournament at Dallas january 4-Grand Prairie january 7, 8-East Texas State Tournament-at Commerce JERRY RUSSELL Forward BASKETBALL SCHEDULE CONTINUED 'I.1nu.1ry 11-Cleburne january 14-Brownwood january 18iIrving january 21-Pleasant Grove january 25-Arlington january 26-Jesuit january 28-Grand Prairie February 1-Jesuit February 4-Cleburne February 8-Brownwood February 11-Irving February li-Pleasant Grove February 18-Arlington lil? xx? Y- wx K x'f vw.- F. - 'kk I I x ,k, -W I I I 12' 2557 rff fix 'A SQ Z? , ...Kg S X N, N. I.. N-lf: B" BASKETBALL TEAM TENNIS TEAM -2 il. 41 QV .A 1 if Kneeling: Coach Williams. Sue Caldwell, Mary Armstrong. Carolyn McCarty. Tommy Goforth. and Betty Barrett. Standing: Martha Wzilkcr, Loretta Lewis, Dicky Vaughn. john Daugherty, Calxjn Brummctt. Diane Guthrie. and Robert jones. H 62 nyc , QCII, k,........--, , - I0 , CALVIN BRITMMETI' I,ORI2'I"IAA LIEXYIS TOMMY GOFORTH DICKY VATQGHN an X If 4 5 i :J N ,, " '1i5?iw ,E .-- ,.-5 .Qi 1: 'EB .5 'H .4 1 ' ,Ly W, , .A i Y +1 Q A it -1 , g 'Q 'ei 2 K E I 1 ,.,.,w-vb" 7 1.4-w ii f MW ,,,,.4vf,.. 54 f EQ if - 1 . ' e r 3 l f ' 9 .,.A,..4f 'Q VF' 54 a 1 I' ,Q S 3 1 1 f . 14291 , ,n'A.' e 2 1 I ' , WQMUC ,IH 1, U 'M 5aaammJQ,, H H3ek2i3?'1ff"Zi'Ff ' A '. MSQWHWR'-'fiif'ff rv , "1?aW'!ZQ'F5a',Z1YW yw1I5g2y,q,fff'iy.z,'uwf, ' 117: Il tv. ' I 5 1313 a , ,Y 5"I.'77 ' , Q .. 4, Lrg, L 3 I .Wifi 4 . 4,5 v Q Q 2 4 E m Q' 2 Qin. '-S S :- 1 B 1 3 Z E 2 ,Z 4 ,Wk we 5. 'u L. Y! A 5'- zi as QV K 3. Am 'x ,M 5 . 43.1, 23' f fn 5. iw mf' W, nd" vb ,, M s Q W 'S A , -f f.. A X ff I 1, A ,:'Q27?' iff" 4 if W may 5 1 ' M" E 3 il . , 7,4 s 4 f' f ,zff V, jg, , Q W A 2 Q ,4h. ADMINISTRATIGN GLEN 5 CQUCH RALPH D. SANDERS 5UpER,NTENDEN1 Assr. SUPEPINTENDENT Garland Public Schools GARLAND. TEXAS To the Seniors of l955: Tucked between the pages of this book, if you look closely, you will find three cheers, all kinds of good wishes, and hearty congratulations for you. Every time we realize that you will graduate in just a few weeks, we are pleased with the fine attitude you have shown and the wonderful school spirit which you have portrayed. In looking back, the twelve years you have spent in school seem to us only a few snort summers. Our work with you nas been so interesting and pleasant that these years have passed very fast indeed. By the very nature of our association W.th you we know that your parents and friends are very happy for you. Your steady advancement from the first through the twelfth grade has been won by hard work and by the exercise of keen foresight of your parents and teachers. Congratulations and best wishes to each of you for your continued success and prosperity. Sincerely yours, Wd? zf 1 li' I The administration is composed of: Mr. Ralph Sanders, Mr. Glen B. Couch, and Mr. W. E. Peters. X X XM gun-mum., f ,.,, W. 5 l Q If , . "1 The School Board meets every fire! and third Tuesday. MEMBERS of the SCHOOL BOARD are Icfr to right: M.1x Srhcid. jvc Holt, A. B. Harris. M. S. Hfwllcnshmrl. Bill Vfiscncr, Elmer New- IU-ln. and Egirl McDaniel Sr., M. S. Hullcnshcnd rmignr-rl .ind his resignation went into cffcct january first uf this ycnig. Dr. Rflhcrt Day was appointed to fill the x.1c.imy. MRS. DONSEL SCOGGINS MRS. PETE CROCKER "lv-w 15" MISS MARIAN ITCHOLS -I0urn:1liQ111. English II MR, BILL EI.I.ING'I'ON Typing I INIR. CLAYHORNE GLAZE Algebra I. II MISS XANLY HENDERSON 511111111 III. Spanish II Mkb, FII.-X HILKMAN EHQIINII IV MR. GENE I-IIQDSON XX'1vrI1I H151:1ry,Dr1w1s Trainlng 70 9 5 FACULTY NR KARI. IS ISOLIN H111 I. KI1-11.1I NRS RA! IIII, K,AI.KINS Curl! P If. MR CIARFNCIQ I7 COX XYMIII HN-111 MRS. NORMA R. DORSIZX 11m1y. 11.111, MISS MADLIIT DANIII. Ifmglixh II INIRS. LUI 'ISF DOOIIY HL7IIIL'III.lIiIDQ fx av A 1 in f Q lu:-'5 MISS I-IILDA MLCVRRY Englixh III INIISS I'rII.I.IIf NICKELS Iiitriugy MISS MARGARET PORTER Cltcmixtry, Pliyiiu MR. VI. CLARENCE REED Vnttttionxl Agriuulturc MR. GEORGE ROACH Geometry. Trigonometry INIRS. -IEAN TROTBIAN Shortimnd. Typing I FACU LTY MISS LOUISE I-IL'NT Typing II, Iiuokkccping MRS. RESSIE ISETT Sthotml Nutm- MR. HOMER JOHNSON Drixcrw Tmining MRS. MABEL KELLEY Plane Geometry. AIgc:bra II DIR. HERSI-IEL KIINIBRELI. Civics. Boys' PE. MRS. I.I'CILE MacMILI.Ab. Homcnmking in ff if f0i,1,v',f-ff' I 4. FACULTY MR. AIJON XX'II.I.IAM9 Ame-r'iL.xn Hxstory MRS I,ORIf'I'pI'A XY'OI.If I.15r.1: 5' MR, fl. I.. YOVXCQIIR Hwy Mr Skelton and Mr Brandenburg CAFETERIA LADIES C ASSES ali, ,J-it 73 I- 'M,,,..-- al N xg x 'r X , . 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K l K ff' r Lvyfutx I I Q7 NJN r :Q ll LJ- 5 I kv mx A X, f ' , ,L gw yrv xx bf' 'f XL xr ' pf' K ' rw' ,N .,, c , .1 - V ,V Q f , , A E - . -J I J' ,uv J aff i .fb ' HL LJ, 'L ,U Y Y V L X v J . ,I 5, vw ,J Mf wav lv f VU it vw ,Lv 'J ' J! , mv'-.1 , L1 J 6 'NT 9 -dvr 0. ,W , M 45 -J-' '- is UL K fffr , 'X ,fl -..SX D ' . , .H in . 'X gif.- all ' ,xv V! !', I F 1 9 x -.. ,-R ,ut s M A , - A, -Q n , f 4 - L . f,,, ,, + Q f Q 7 -. ' wmv ,A M4 r L' R .. an , ,U -aw 5 ". 'LF' N-vis., .-,, Sitting: Carol Dunmore and Carmon Hartsfield. Standing: Lee Ontync Overstreet, Carl Luna, Loretta Lewis. Charles Lylcs, Llary Anne Lannom. Eddie Ons. and Ronald Hamra. SENICR CLASS QFFICERS Igfffjdtiflf CARBION HARTSFIELD Vins Pwfideazf CAROL DENINIORE S6511 1,1711 LEE ONTYNE OVERSTREET 'I'rt.1t1n'er RONALD HAMRA Rclfwvfu' EDDIE OATS Band nf I7ini'lm'f CARI. l.L'NA I.ORE'l"l'A I.EXX'lS CHARLES LYLES MARY ANNE LANNOM 78 DOUGLAS TAYLOR fnot shownl Seated: Miss Echols. Mr. johnson. Mrs. Dorsey Standing: Mr. Kimbrell, and Mr Ellington. r SENIGRS -IO XLLI. AMISLRN-IHA 1. 2. ROXNIIQ ANHXYANDKR 7 limi 1. 2. 5. -21 S.icn,u CILL5 1. TMFA P.tr:it1p.tt1Hn 1. Iizxw 9"-:xt wt, A Ctpg-tll.t Gum 2. 3 BARBARA ANHMORIQ YHA Ai. HI2Rt5IfR'I' AXIS-15.mi 1. Q. 1. -1. C.i:1f:.1l 2. Xttm: C,lt.t' 1. AIXIKA Q W . . K . .. -1 SML-ty ffrrllfltll 1. Pmgtttmn fbptmttttr 1 BARBARA ISAlI.I1Y- 15.1111 1. -. S. -Z. l,lbZ.tII.lI'l I. I All-Dtxttttt Hind 3. lhthf Cwtzntll -I Nb.ILI.lI'y tl. Plty I. Uttut- Awumrtt lg 1.1- Ivr'.ax'x Awnxtmt 11 VHA l. ltmlulgy v W v ' ' ' Lluh M 1. -1. Ntttttmy -. I II. lyp- mg Nutz I',H'l.ll1NI ig -lt.n1m' Rui f,I1lxS 5. Xflmc IJl'Lxlx!k'YlI 52 5. -lg bl'INilfA 11 VII. Cmntut 1, 2. 5. 4. VILKI HAILARD - - f,.tHIL' tmm Sunwt 51 VHA 5. V.llQ'!1YIflL' ffuurt 33 Dt-lm -1 4. ,. ' al V JK 2 C '1 'C'f , . If li i .f 1... 'Q ' Z' L v I' Af tm.-I S- Y Q. i 1-5 'X .QL , r .sv ' 1 4. f XX N-. BARBARA ISARISKR Cams from ISL-thxlllu Hlgh Stlwwlg Band D. 4- ISOBISY BARRIXQER--Cglmc from Lin-Q-nvillc. Student .tt GHA 313 Yutzxg Ftntwthlll 2. -1. JOY BEA'l"l'Y 4 B.15cb.1ll 5, 41 fiuuttmll l. .fl BJNI-CL'IbLlIl 1, 21 Studs-nt Luuntil 11 "G" Assotid- tu-n 5, -11 Owlx Eyr btaft 9. DAVID lSELO'I'EfB41ntl 1, 2. 5. 4. All-Region 2. 3. All-St.1tc 3, Vue President 5. NHS 3. 4. Presi- tlnnt 33 Stutiunt CULIHLII 2. -IIIRRY BISHOP' 'rlqftllk 3. ,ig Sci- untrg Klub I, -3. if Axwtmtntsn 4. PATSY l5OAI.Sf-VHA l. 2, Rc- purtcr 11 lnrlx ltmtlmll J ROBERT BRAXDAFFAQ Often- lunl Prumidcnt 1, Vltu Pruwidcnt 5. SL-gttwnal 2, Dmritt Reporter. Vitc af Prwdt-nr -1. Dmriq: Sqtrcmry: Foot- hill E 2. TED ISROX'i'Xfli.tik:ttW.1ll I. 5. 4. Ixttcfctl 2, 5. -X. All-Dbifitt Scuvntl 'llmm 5, If .'xNNk1,lI1Hf'l I. 5. -11 1591-N FM' SPUFZX Ifttltwr -I. FAXDRA BROXYNIXU---Dcbs 1. 2. R, lflight-.t:ut' 51 Oxvl's Eye 3. litmnrw Mttrmgcr 53 YHA 1, 2. 3. Rcpvrtcr 1. 79 SENIORS CALVIN BRIYINIBIFTVIV --f 'I'r.lns- feri'et1 from Cliilihess High Nhool 21 Lootball 'ig XH5 5. -11 1"ootb.i1l M.in.iger I BILLY 111 'CHANAXfIf1fA 1. N. 41. 15 Iouu 1'oorb.ill 2. GEORGE 1i1'NCH+?l'r.it1c 11 l'1fA 3: Biiscbiill 1. ,IIMMIE SLE CAMPBELL--NHS 3. 43 junior Retl Cross 3. President 43 Biology Club 2: Nominee for Iwfost Beautiful 2. Most 11L'.1L1I1lL11 33 Nominee for Miss D.1ll.is County FHA 1. DAVID CARSON DORYCE CARSON-g15HA 11 Li- brary 11 Tennis 5: Choriil -1, K W , fp? ' 'Q if 'ff 1 Q Q 5 ...IA Tim 15 FUR K I XX: ,X X1 1 xx Ax A A -of Q iw QI" I ,K 1 gf' ir s' s 'f . I If -xj ' I " S v I J bv TW' Q . if- i 11 1, " :F F 51 39 iq. uf" ff 3315: 4 80 DONALD CHICK DOROTHY CONNALLY g FHA 11 Stientc Club 1. 21 Choir 1. 2. 5, 41 Interstholastic Lmguc Z. 3g LIL Soloist 2. 45 A11-State Choir Z1 All-State Choir Nominee 53 School TV Program 51 Girls' Sex' tet 5. 41 Girls' Quartet 1. 2g TMEA Z. 3. 43 Choral Yforkshop Z, 3. 4: Library 1. 2. 4. BILLY COOPER S Triinsferred from Xex.u1.1, Texasl Student at GHS Three Yearsg FFA 1: Band 1: Choral 41 TMEA 41 Projettor Oper- ator 4. CLRTIS C,RALiIj'1"I'-FFA 1, 2. 3 JIMMY CROOK-Band 1. 2. 3. -1: All-Distriit Band 2. E. 4g AIl-Re- gion Band 1. 2. 41 L'IL Soloist 2. 41 TMEA Purticipation 1. 2. -ig Chorus Z. 3. Play Cast 11 Science Club 1. 4: Library Assismnt 1. PATRICIA CROOK-Band 1. 2. 3. 41 Libr.iri.in 3. 3. 41 Stientc- Club 1. Setretgry 1: FHA 1. 2: -Iunior RMI Cfiuss 1 -IAMLS CRVMP-B.int1 1. 2. 3. -1 BIARH L01 6.1 BIBIIXN- 'Inns- fcrrctl from Sherman High St11xui1 51 junior C.1.iss Reporter gl NHS 4. Dt-bs 41. FIOHN DAV19f15Lmt1 1. 21 Choir -1 Debate 33 President NHS 5. -1 I SENIORS CAROL DUNMORE DORIS EDXYARDS - Transferred from XY'ylieg Office Assistant 4. TRAVIS EDVUARDS SUZANNE ELLIS-Band 1. 2. 3, 4: FHA 1, Tennis 3, TMAE 3. NANCY ERICSON-Girls' Chorus 1, 2g Mixed Chorus 4, Second Sex- tet 4: Choral Club 4. BIICKEY FOSTER - "B" Team Football, Owl's Eye Staff. ,Lxr :ef l . 1, . fly- ' J: " 3-av Sax .fa f' 5- . DONALD MAC FREEMAN - Football 2. 3. 4, Basketball 2g Track 2: Band 2, 3, 4, NHS 3, 4. MARY GATEXWOOD-FHA 1, 4, Secretary 4g Band 1, 2, 3, 4, junior Red Cross 3. TOMMY GOFORTH-Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4g Lettered 2, 3, 45 Student Council 2. Secretary-Treasurer 3, NHS 3. 4g "G" Association 2, 3, 4, Science Club 41 Boys' State 3. CAREY GOOCH4FEA 2, 3, 4, Third Vice President lg Football 2, 3. 43 Baseball 2, 35 "G" Associa- tion 4. DORIS GORE-Transferred from Carrollton 3, FHA 3. President 43 Choir 3. Secretary 3. LANNY GOL'GE BILLIE KATHRYN GRIFFIN - NI-IS 3. 43 FHA 1. 2. 3, Office 4, Library' 3. ROY GKTHRIE-Football 1, 2. 3. 41 ,lunior High "B" Team 23 Letter 41 Delegate to Junior Traf- fic Association 31 Baseball 2, 3. 41 "G' Association 4, NHS 3. 4: Sci- ence Club 4. HOXYARD HALL-Agriculture 1. -2, 5. 8' .Z f 'X SENIORS RONALD HAMRA-Football 1. 2. Manager 43 Class Treasurer 4: Most Courteous Runner-I'pg Associ- ation lg Track Manager 13 Track 2. PATRICIA HANCOCK-DCbS 1. 2, 54 FHA 1, 2. 3. LARRY HARRIS MAXINE HARRIS - NHS 3, 43 Owl's Nest 3. 4. Assistant Busi- ness Manager 3, Co-Business Man- ager 4g Debate Club 2. Secretary 33 junior Red Cross 3. CARMON HARTSFIELD - Foot- ball 2. 3, 43 Baseball 2, 3. 43 EFA 2, 3, 4. Historian 43 FHA Beau 23 Class President 4g Student Council 2. 33 Band 13 "G" Association 4. MARY HARVVELL - Transferred from W o 0 d r 0 w Wfilson High School. . Q.. 19 sv- . Y L1 'Q-.-Y Q- BARBARA HAY-Debs 1. 2. 33 FHA 1, 2, 3. SHIRLEY HEMPHILL--FHA I, 2, 33 Library Assistant 1, 33 Choral 2, 3, 43 A Cappella Choir 23 junior Red Cross 4. ERNEST HEYVUORTH-New Stu- dent from Tapsfield, Mass. LARRY HILL MARY HORSTMAN-FHA 1, 2, 3, Vice President 2, Treasurer 33 NHS 3, 4g OwI's Nest 43 Traffic Commission Rep. 3. DELORES HUNT - FHA 1, 25 Play Cast 13 Debs 4. NORINIA HOUSTON-FHA 1. 2, 33 Choral 2, 33 Office Assistant 4. DENNIS IVY VUANDA JOHNSON - Debs 4, Deb Council 43 FHA 1, 2, 3, Offi. cer 2, 3. SENIORS ISIARCIA JCDAY-Band 1, 2, 5, 4, Assistant Drum Majorette 2, Drum Maiorette 3. 43' FFA Sweet- heart Nominee 23 Student Council Secretary 3g Basketball Sweetheart 23 Nominee Most Beautiful 2. 33 NHS 3. 4. ALVIN KASPER-FFA 1, 2. Re- porter 1. RONALD KEARNEYfFFA 1. 2, 33 Projection Operator 4. BARBARA KENNE'I"I'AClioral 43 junior Red Cross 4, PATRICIA KILESJFHA lg Biolo- gy Club 3, BONNIE JOY KIRBY-Band 13 2. 3, 43 Stience Club Reporter 23 FHA 1. Reporter 13 Festival Band l. 2. x 1 ' , .gy " fa vis- 'K B-f 'Ss 7 2 i 81:4 JIMBIY KOREINEK Band l 3 4 Speech Club PAT LABGSTON FHA I 3 Vice President 3 Cheerleider Band Librarian 3 Band 4 Student Council 3 Ovxls Nest 3 4 Asso crate Editor 4 MARX ANNE LANNOM Debs 7 3 4 Majorette 3 4 b Coun c 3 4 President 4 C s ecre 1 N 4 Sweet heart Nominee 3 LORETTA LEXXIS Student Coun eil Secretary 7 FFA Sweetheart ominee 1 Letter Tennis Cheerleaderl 7 3 4 Class Presi nt 3 Class Fuorite 7 3 Ou IN st 3 4 Editor 4 Girls State 3 CAROLXN LLCK Bind . nior Red Cross 3. 43 FHA 1A Li- brary Assistant: LIL Nfiisic Contest 2 3, 4' Regional Solo Festiva - . C RL LLWIA--Football -3 3. 4. Co-Captiin 43 Reporter 3' "G" As- iation -. f. 1 Tre' 51 OWS E'e Staff 4. CHARLES LYLES-Football 1 -. 3 4, Co-Captain 1. 4' Basketball 1 -. ' ' L . 3. 4' , - ' r . . 4: "G" Associa- tion -. ', 1 Y A f. 4' " State 3. ROBERT MARSHALL-FFA 1. -. 3, Reporter 3. BARBARA MAY-EI-IA lg NI-IS 3, 43 Traffic Conference 33 Alter- nate for Girls' State 3g Debate Club Z3 Biology Club 2. 83 SENIORS BETTE MCCLLREA-Girls' Chorus 1. Z. 51 Mixed Chorus 5. 41 A Cap- pella Choir 21 Girls' Sextet 43 FHA 21 junior Rctl Cross 4. GERALD MtCREARY - Student Council 5. 4, President 41 Class President 1. 21 FFA 1. 2. Vice Pres- ident 1, Chapter Treasurer 5g FHA Beau Nominee 51 Football 1. 2. 5. 43 NHS 5. 43 Most Handsome 3, Nominee 3. 4. JOEL MCFADDEN - FFA 1. 51 Proiectfon Operator 4. XX'Il.LlAlNl lNftGRA'l'H 1 Stieme Club 11 Library Assistant 13 Span- ish I Debate Cluh 2. President Zg NHS 3, 4. DON MtKlNNEY BILL lNltKNlGH'l3--Annual Staff 5. 4: Baseball 2. 5. 43 Oxxlls Eye 3, 4: Library 1. 2. 5. 41 Asso- tiation 2. 5. 43 Proiettion Operator 2, 3. 4. ' jf 'Wx VU' PAT MICHELL-NHS 3. 41 ,lun- ior Red Cross 5. 4: Biology Cluh Setretary 2g Owls Nest Staff 4. KORENE MILLER - FHA 1. 2: Choir 2. 3. E. -l. MORRIS--Transferred from Sulphur Springs 21 Votational Ag:- ritulture 1. 2. PHYLLIS MORRIS 4 Transrerretl from Forest High School, Dallas 21 Girls' Chorus 51 Choir 2. 5. 4. PHA 4. Song Leader 41 All-State Choir 5. ART MORRISON-FEA 1. 2. 3. 4. ODELL MURPHY EHARRON NIQIZDHAM --- ilirans- ferretl from Dallav Stutlent at CHN 213 Years: Dehs 4. Dah Countil 4. FHA 23 Owls Eye 5. 4. Reporter 5. Co-Editor 4. Annual 4. SUNNY NELSON RLYTH NORTHROP g FHA Ii Choral Club 11 NHS 4: Biology Club 2. SENIORS EDDIE OATS - Cheerleader 4g Class Reporter 45 Owl's Eye Staff 4: Award for Outstanding Essay on "Selling As a Career" 3, junior Red Cross Council 4 LEE ONTYNE OVERSTREET - Band 1, 2. 3. 4g Band Council Treasurer 4. Regional Festival Band 3: L'IL Soloist 2. 3, 4. VIL Quar- tet 1, L'IL Sextet 4g junior Red Cross' Secretary 4g Class Secretary 45 FHA 1. JAN PARROT - Debs 2. 3, 4: Student Council Rep. 1, 4. Report- er lg NHS 3, 4, Treasurer 4g Sci- ence Club 1. JERRY PATTERSON - Rep. of Student Council 43 "G" Associa- tion 3, 45 Football Letterman 3, 4. BILL PAULSON-Basketball 3. 4. jo POE-FHA 1,1 2, 5. X X 7- bf 0 Al L. v. i 'x ,I 41 I W 5, 3. CT' fm' 'tw iz-f 5,5 v' C A i VTX 2-- 4. cz-rx ,rx ii fi rc MARY PONDER-FHA 1. 2. 3, FHA Treasurer 3. R. L. PRICE-'Football 1. Z, 3, 43 Letter 3. 41 Track 1. 33 Class Re- porter lg NHS 3,'4. Student His- torian 4: Most Handsome Nominee 3, 43 Association 3, 43 Owl's Eye 43 Valentine Prince 3. GLENNA QCILLIN-Choral 1,'2, 3. 4. President 4: junior Red Cross 3, 41 Science Club 1, A Cappella Choir 33 Owl's Eye Staff 4. TOMINIY QCILLIN-Science Club lg Basketball Manager 1. INIARITA RASSLIRE 1 FHA IQ Choral Club 23 NHS 3. 4. JOHN RATHBONE-Band 1, 2, 3. 43 Science Club 11 Annual Staff 3g Debate Club Z3 Choral 2, 3, 4g TMEA 1. 3. 41 L'IL 33 Band Coun- cil 3. Band President 41 Student Council 41 Projection Operator 23 Boys' State 4. Ac JERRELL RAY-Transferred from Galena Park: Track 3. 4. LINDA RICE-FHA 1, 2, Dfbs Z. 3. 4: 'Majorette 4, BARBARA ROBBINS 85 SENIORS -IERRY ROGERS-Football 1. 2. 3. 4. Captain 4: Baseball 3. 3. 44 Basketball 11 'Track 13 EEA 1. 2. 4. Vice President 1. Secretary 2. Reporter 41 Class Vice President 1. 21 Most Popular 2. 3: Valentine Prince 33 "Ci" Assotiation. 3. LARRY ROl"l'H-Band 1, 2. 3. 4, TOMMY RVBARTS JERRY RL'SSELL4Viee President Student Council 43 "G" Association 3. 41 Football Letterman 3. 43 Bas- ketball Letterman 3. 41 Oxxl's Eye Staff 4. SANDRA RVSSELL ALINE RYAN-W-lunior Red Cross Librarian 4: Prom Committee 3, A l st rf' ..,' 55.15 'Q D b. K 'wx '5- 86 5 'S Q0 QW! rllrr ROBERT SAND! FER I INIARY SCHILLER-Debs 2. 3. 4, lflagbearer 4. Deb Coumil 21 Class Reporter 21 Owls Eye Editor 31 Biology Club Reporter 2, CHARLES SHEARER VELMA SHL'I.TZaBand l. 2. 3, 4. TINIEA Ig EIL Soloist 1. 2. 3. 4, LII. Quartet 1. 2. 3, 4, Regional Band 31 NHS 3. 41 junior Red Cross 3g Biology Club 2. JVNE SICKLES-Transferred from Sulphur Springs. JACKIE SMITH-Band 1. 2. 3. 4. Reporter 4. SMI' Festival Band. Student Couneil 1, 2g PHA 1. 2, 4. Reporter l. Vice President 2. Alter' nate Vine President lg Interseholas- tie Typist 3g Owls Eye 3, 4. Asso- tiate Business Manager 3. Co-Erlif tor 4g NHS 3. 4. DON si1rxCE-uma 1. 2. 5. 4g Choral 1, Z. 3. PATSY SPENCE NANCY STAPP-Debs 1. 2. 5, Majorette 1. Drum Major 4. Deb Couneil lg FHA 1. 21 Driver of the Month 3. Place XY'inner Driving Rodeo. SENIORS TOM BOB STEPHENS 4 Science Club 43 Biology Club Z. BETTY SUE STEPP-Owls Nest 3. -ig Class Rep. 52 NHS 3. -4, Sca- rctary 4. MARLENE STEPP 4 FHA 1, Z1 Choral 1. 2. 4. All-Smtc Chorus 'A junior Raul Cmsi 4. EDMOND STEVIENSON DONALD l7I'111u Inf flptf- zltur 1. 2. 3. MARY ELLA STOVIER f- 'I'r.mx- fcrrcd frfwm Cwhing High Slhool fp' 3 hvx , if N-1 1 f - A .vm ? i 'F' 8- 4:- 'K A - "A ' 32, 1551.64 A ' tx 'XXL i ,Pb CQLLNDA Sl 'LLIVAN ANNETTIQ SXYLARINCQFR -- glun- lwr Rell Clow R3 lfllA 1. -13 l5.m.I 1. 1. 3. -1. Il-xt1x'.1l li.m1l 1. 1. 5 CAROL TAYLOR VHA 1. 1, 1 l'llNf17I'!.1D 1, DOLCQLAS TAYLOR - Stmlcnt C.-wumll Rnp. 1g lkmll 1. 2. 4, -li NHS 2. -1. .lANl' 'Il'1lfR Dllw 1. 9. -1. Dnlw Cmlmrl 1. 4. ll.l.!lN.lI'LF -1, NHN K- -1. lfllA 1, 1, 51L1nlL'I1f Clmmll Rap-wuz 4. xl.lll'11IIDQ l'x1mLw NHIINHLL' A MICHLAL AIEIUMANON l6.m.l 1. Q. 3. 11. flx-11.11 2. 3. 11. Xunw C11:lwi.NHiR -1. 1M1fA 1 1. 1. IIL T, Q. 4. fl. All-52115 Q. 5111- dgm C-11:11.11 4. llwmltw-11 Upw- .1t1v:' 3. -1. Dplutu Club Q. PELYLQY 'l'HUB1PSON-Bind 1. I. F. 4. Bxni CULlf'lxll Rep. 2. Rcpurt- at F1 lfcxtxml lS.mJ I. Eg TMEA 11l.,lL Sulmxt 1.1, 3. -11 LIL Quiz'- rm 1. 5. 4. -IOANNIQ 'IIPTON --- NHS R -1. FHA 1. Z. 1. rl. ABE Tl'GGLlf 1 Agrimlturr 11 Slwy' 1. 87 SENIORS LL'lS VALLE-Football 1, 2. 51 FFA President 13 Rep. of Student Council 13 Letterman 1, 2. 31 Tratk 1. 2. 33 Basketball 1. 2. DICKY VATQGHAN-Band 1. 2. 3, 43 Baseball 3: L'IL Soloist 1. 2, 33 Science Club 13 Tennis 1. 2. 3. 4: L'IL District Finals 33 Biology Club 1. JUNE VICE-FHA 1. 2. 3. Joi-IN WADE BENNY XVARREN-FFA 1. 2. 5, 43 "G" Association 2. 3. 43 Let- terecl in Track 2. 3, 43 Football 2. CAROLYN XWARRENAFHA 1. 2. gl Q--v 1 19 'CN Q- lu 1 ad I D lif ls.-' IN 'Cl 1""' Q-s GK 7 52 v. S ik KIRT W'ATKlNS-FFA 1. 2, 3, 43 Baseball 2. 3. 43 Football 3, 4. PATTIE NELL XVATKINS-Debs 2. 3, 43 FHA 1. 23 lnterstholastic League 31 Science Club 13 Library Assistant 1. 2. 3, 43 Annual Busi- ness Staff 43 Office Assistant 1. 2. 3. JOYCE XYEATHERSBY - Two Years in GHS3 TV Show. "Quiz 'Em on the Air" 33 NHS 4, JACK.VC'HEELER-Baseball 2. 3. 43 "G" Association 2. 3, 43 Boys' State 33 NHS 3. 4. JIM W'HlTE-Projection Operator 33 Owl's Eye Sports Editor 4. KENNITH XYHITE - Football 2. Manager 3, 43 Boys' State 33 FFA 1. 2. 3. -4. SARAH LYNN XYIGGS - Trans- ferred from Campbell High Sthooli Choir 23 Biology Club 23 NHS 4. JERRY NYOOD - Band 2. 3. 4. Vice President 4: First in LII. So- loist and Triog Science Club 43 Bi- ology Club 23 Junior Music Club. GLENN VVOODS-Manager, Foot- ball Team 1. SENIORS BARBARA XVREN - Cheerleader 1. 2. 3g Choral 1: Safety Confer- cme Rep, 4. ROY YANCY-FFA 1. 2. 9. 4. Parliamentarian 2. 31 Student Coun- cil Rep. 3. 4: Football 2. 5, 43 Base- hall 2. 3. 4g 'GM Association 2. 5, 4, After the pep rally before the Brownwood game. the students give the team a big send-off -,....--' f myguv nt ,,,,,,,,,, 55 Q9 Never a dull minute on the trip to Brownwood. Looks like the cheerleaders are having fun. ,it- 'Q 7 L' l r- as 's 89 AUTOGRAPHS f ,QW f ,, , hqfw? 7 ,ff W., .. , .,, 4 -' l y 15 3 3 1 ff G fn ' Q? -. fa ff ' ' f: Wd? . J if eff? 2 v"g1:f4Q .1-if , K, ' ,, 5 ': g if V - I 2, L5 y r, 1 ig I 'Z , 4 O , 1 ' .YA ' ' ' "f-W--f--f-M " ' ,Y , :ef V ff X , 4 A ffl ,, ' J ', " .Q , A 1421 n 'ffl 'ff 5 V ' .1 v - f, 4, fm f . uf, 'tj WN A 91 , x xg ex it H' Aww 'W' .I '-fy.. f ' fvww.. if ff 'QLMYQ an W of Sitting Bill Pendergraft and Charles Eskrrdge Standing Carolyn McCarty True Tucker Arthur Douglas Jeannine Fitschen, Alvin Moore Ned McGuire Sylua Rrker and J R Wynn JU IOR CLASS OFFICERS Preiidenl ALVIN MOORE Vife Preiidenl NED MCGL'lRE Sec1'et,1r3 CHARLES ESKRIDGE Treuiurer JEANNINE FITSCHEN Reports, CAROLYN MCCARTY Board of Dirfrfarf TRUE TVCKER ARTHTQR DOUGLAS SYLVIA RIKER J. R. WYNN BILL PENDERGRAFT 1 .IUNIORS Norris Ables Don Agnew Alice Allan Cheryl Allen janet Andrews Mary Armstrong Dianne Atkins Freda Bailey Lowell Baker Myron Baker Paul Baker Robert Bane af Q 1. S x . if ' , . -5- . 8 W I ff fiii Zvi'-' , , 1, s A. I If X 3' msn- 51 'Q --.-' fri A 5 '57 A 1 l A B 2 E l 4 i 4 X' 1 A a-I ,iw A . xg? r,.,,g ll 5- I 'fri Ut-J R. L. Banks Betty Barrett Eva Bechtol Sandra Beck Donald Becker Carol Bedingfield Buddy Blake Patsy Boren Patsy Bowling Bobby Boyd Ronnie Bozeman Jerry Brackett JUNIORS Roger Brand Ncltla Brown liarl Bryant Velma liunth Sue Caldwell Glenn Cambell Douglas Carter Franklin Casey Martha Chcrry Larr' Claunch l Virginia Clements Sammic Compton 5X K : ,. 3,5 S 4X Z. 1 Q DN i i ,L , Y ' . - i X as Xi ,- sf 5 , 1 'X .R U Y, i 1 I l - i L 7m ' . '-'Q ,V - :Q - N 'I I 6 H C ' - ag. Q ZYQF1' , f -,i- A l I , fl Q A l Q.-T1 en,",,C4 ,L Q as ' ,L 'fig :'za,3,Niigy 5 v wi J--, 'yi 'fa , fxiflafii i"2Z":i l 10 'r- hw fih ,yn , milf. . ' My ..-.. ,'s.4s 'ig iDxI x yd.-X ?"' Alf ti , ... if , , fu. .al X. X, 'N xx Sara Conner Michael Cook Shelby Cook Joe Corcly Patricia Corely Barbara Daugherty Ruth Davis Sarah Davis S it in Arthur Douglas Dwight Eclwards Linda Ericson Charles Eskriclgc JLINIORS Kay Lynne Espeset Dorothy Iiverage Ray Fincher Virginia Fisher jeanine Ifitsnhen Mary lfwril Nell Ciillentine Kenneth Ciarxin Ronald Girton Diane Gray lfthel Grirler Pansy Cruhbs A no-X -::' t W I , o-9' nw Q' . - 5' 3 l ,fi . fi. ei . we 393 1 h 1 li' 'SQ N i 1 ir. 'i ij' N 5-v 'N 1'-"' 'Gr' 9 4 I i P I :elk 'S 3 QYQN L' Q" 1 , x . of 22 Q Diane Guthrie Clifton H.1ll If.1rl Hainilton Kelly Hgwlqins Dina Heller Ginger Hill Billie Earl Hodge Bill Hoernig Kenneth Hyde ,loanne Ixei' Ann jackson Bill jackson 15 'Pi E JUNIORS Dickie jatkson Arlis james Howard jennings Darvin johnson jimmy jones Robert jones Diane Kelly Connie Kohler Vonnie Kohler Wfaync Laster Saundra Law Ernest Lee 1-:uv 14 XS I xv A .i.,- ,,::, s 0, -.-eff s "Q 'Nw' e-. ,Ox l 1.1 1, Sv ,gf- 0? Sq '97 e 2' i .., D f'w,m': '."7 ff' - K fs C f' 4 A l 96 l V - - I Ernestine Long Clarence Lyclay Chiquita Mace Frank Mace Tony Maroney Pat Mathews Carolyn McCarty Stuart McCaslancl Roberta McCord Ned McGuire Barbara Mclntyre Tony McKee ,7- l S JUNIORS David Merrill Marilyn Miller Robert Miller Vfayne Mitchell Alice Monk Alvin Moore Denny Morgan joel Morgan john Morgan Lloyd Myers Carlene Nall Ronnie Neal X, i I 1 .m za, 1 . I fx. wg: ,.J x .PQ ,. 5495212 - if .qi Ln Patricia Neely Betty jo Nelson Gene Newman Elaine Norman Charlotte Oxford Carolyn Palmer jane Park Clifford Patton Samuel Payne Bill Pendegraft Jerry Perry Donald Peters JUNIORS .loyee Phelps jerry Phillips Sarah Pickett Bill Pike Kenneth Pike Kenneth Pitts Nedra Porter Milo Prechtol jane Presley Harrison Priee Irby Range jesse Range ...pee -9-QV ' sc 577 'l Q, P 4?:N Q'-v s. Y lfizxi ' I f cz- 4' -'R , f oft 1 i 5 ' .41 ix sr l i of 421154511 ' X ii I 11, K+-- 'wif fE'V'?"'l? Vkjifl of 4' fl N Q , Doris Reed Jackie Renfro Pat Ricjhards Bobby Richardson Sylvia Riker Laura Roberts Lounelle Roberts Shirley Rodgers Charlotte Roquemore George Sams Sherrie Sanford Larry Scott JUNIORS Lola Sebastian Jody Shaw Patsye Shaw Bobby Sherman Joyce Shipley jim Alex Shugart Audrey Simmons Tommie Sinil.rir Nancy Smith Peggy Sinclair joseph Spranza Eddie Steele Xu 1 "4 'x S ...Y- V 1. T K. lk-T5 . fi I X If bf, 1 T' 1 if I1 .4 L Q PN 'Q' G N 'Y 5' Y '5- X 15 I , 1 I Su N . .4 is A 9 N A ,QJJE ul' I 4 U , Xin nw Q .lo Stepp Alice Sullivan Donna Talley james Talley Marjorie Taylor Nancy Teter Patsy Tolcr True Tucker Gay Twyman Roger Wfallquist Kathryn XY'arren Nancy XY'atkins JUNIORS Wanda Watkins Nancy White Thomas White Weldon Whitlow XX bkfffi Gr- Fred Wiley Q W Charles Wilson Doris Wilson 1. R. Wynne Patsy Wyrick S. , ', fwww 4,0 1 A ' ,.l5'5" M y V Q X 9 as Lhgaffdgza-fy I W 4 I qi, A V i . X K 2 U f 1' 1-- W li 4 ' Sf' Q W Q 'i ff Q , . 4- 'iv X ' .' 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XY1+lf. Mlw Humlcrwn. .md Mr. Ywungcr. Bhd G 1, 'wi 1 1. Q:- l 'X lu ' ,O V 'N Q 5 , ? A 1 S-if . . , 1 IV' 'T f . Q? Z! ,N iq 5' ' 'f lerry Black liloyd Blackwell Wfayne Boule Norma Jenn Bowles Rex Brand Janice Bmwley Malloy Bridges Joyce Brown Ronald Bruce Lee Brumit Tommy Buchanan Fred Buchhoz Nornu Bunch Zela May Carpenter Carolyn Cater IO3 4 ' sl ,b 3 9 ,' 41 Q ' . Q-Q' 'lf 'S .b X525 on ' Q in 1235 5 C . 1, nv ' V ,fx 15 6- S lf 0 0 9 N -ff gr, 'Q . X., i- 1 -v iw- . 1 fix A B y IO 'BJ 1 an Z' 5 6, Q R Z SOPHOMCDRES jimmy Adams tlames Alford jerry Allday Margaret Alston Marvin Alston Nelta Anderson B.1rb.1r.1 Andrews Ann Arrington P.it Asc r.1t't B.1rlw.1r.1 Bliley Bolvlvy Bailey Roland Bliley Rathel Bain Tlionmis B.1l'liiLl.llC Mary Bedford 'V 1 CZ" '-.-fx Norma jo DeXY'oody XVilladean DeXVoody Frank Dockins Virginia Drain Cary Durden Hubert Echols Patricia Elliott Raymond Elliott Corky Ethel Karl Forester Thresa Fowler XY'illiam Eovvler Don French Sid Gailbraith Nancy Gnagi SO P HOMO RES Thomas Chambers Rex Coldwell Mary Cole Bobby Collier Sharon Collier Barbara Conner Nelwyn Cooper David Cornett joe Cornett Geneva Cox Jerry Dale John Daugherty Charles Davis Violet Davis Maurita Day 4, 'T A I New 'if' , a . X 5 ,. '-,z'1,, ' 'Ima' n NK , fx. i 7 1' 5 . v Jimmy Hill Dickie Hittle Carolyn Hodges Wfanda Holley Billie jean Holmes Billy Don Humphries jimmy Hutson Van Ingram Don Isett joe Bob johnson Marie jones Don Kearley Doris Keen Mickey Kelley Charles Kennett I0 L ii 1 9 ' '-A .I.:f ': mfr., iam! . f1'!r:- .3431 '. f 3 K C, 4.. L, T fa 'lf 7 Q4 'U' . - 1 5? x ' ,I I 'k fo- l SOPHOMORES Madeleine Gragg Philip Gregory Carolyn Grizzle Mickey Hamlin David Hartsfield Johanna Hauser Joyce Hay Martha Heath Nita Hempkins Nell Henderson Pat Henley Hazel Ann Henson Dwain Herring Wfayne Herring George Hess 3 I . 7- 1 . 1 ' K l qv- gX- Dorothy McGee Martha McGee Lynelle McLendon Kenneth Marszalelc Stella Medina Beverly Merriman Paul Merritt Geraldine Mcuir Mary 'lane Milikien Douglas Mitch james Morgan Wfayne Mullins Anna Nelson Lee Odell Monti Oliver .af 'D . . ap ga K ,Ve ' li ' i "l I H v .. w N. 'O' 7-.4 w--.., L, sf! SOPHGMORES Wfilliam Kessler jean Knapp loan Knapp Dennis Lafferty Byllie Lange Bennie Langley Frances Langley jimmy Lawton Marilyn Lewis Charlene Livingston Dennis Locke Elaine Lyte Bobby Ray McCallum Leon Mclilvany Calvin Mcliadden 7' aryl + V1 A 24" iqaxt Qin- N ,QW iva- 'S L Q. ,f-1,571 . ' lit ZS 'P JN- 'C Joy Plumlce Ginger Quillin Lloyd Ragsdale Johnny Raines Jane Raney Harold Rawlings Sally Rembcrt Beverly Richardson Nancy Riddle Tommy Ridout Don Rubarts Thomas Russell Nicholas Sanders Bobby Don Schrade R' s 'Y David Scott S S- 4 v ,va ' ' J Iv ' f 5545.01 Ax,,.,., J fr"-., I f 9.1. ', ' L 2 R ki 1.1 hw SOPHOMORES David Ormsby Janice Parks Ruth Parmer Donovan Paul Martha Pearcy Bobbie Pelton Thurl Pelton Janie Phillips Peggy POL lla Faye Pooxey Doris Porter Jolinda Portillo Eddie Presley Joann Prine Gary Prideavx I n is J N X i v I 4 .-v O .r .--f .""i ,S f !f?""' , gi!! Schcrric Surlcs Betty Sutton Pat Sznajder Barbara Tapley Mary Ruth Tarplcy Judy Thomas Pat Thompson Lynn Thurman Laraine Tucker Patsy Turley Tommy Turner Ray Vadcn Robert Virden Francis Wfalker Margaret XValker l '?'7' M' Firm? 'TL -wir, "5..f HL' J-5: f v x Tx G 9' if 92 SOPHOMORES Roy Shipley 'lamcs Sims Magalcnc- Skaggs Lvnn Skc-hon Maticleinc Skt-hon Dorothy Sloan john Smith Kenneth Smith james Snc-.rd Joyce Stegall Bob Stephens Donald Stcpp Margie Stevens Grace Stevenson J. XV. Stone 1 A-,Q 4 .cv ii, . . f , ft, T T145- V KIA mls.-"3-:-1 N 4 G 4- T vv E 'lx WW wx 1 .11 :QQ yi Xt Nl 3 Mk . i 'Y ,f f tv f i ...bv M.. .,,,, ' g,...... Gerald XVilli.1mQ Phyllis XVillir1ms Sandra Wfilliams Byron Wfillis Shirley jenn XY"ilson Anna Mae XY'intler Perry XVinkle Donna XY'ise Jerry XX'olfe Marjorie Xlfoods Dickie XY'ren XY'arren XVyrirk Karma Yates june Zimmerman i f M 5 X if 1 X X X of Z! ff! Q Z 'Q 'L.'-ffilpi Qi I he SOPHOMORES Martha Wfalker Tommy XVallace john Wfalthall Emma jo Wfatson Billy XY'eaver Jerry XVclCh Tommy XY'elch Jeanette Wfest james XVhite Judy White Roy White james Wfhitworth Gale Wiliford Marilyn Wilkerson Don Wlilliams Q ' v 'E in V 'i- bv i 'tr MORROW Besf Mea+s In Garland Corley and Range GROCERY AND MARKET Service S+a+l0n '502 M"'ef Road PICKUP AND DELIVERY Ph 2 8895 Phone 2 6745 'sv ww' 4565 If if JERRYS SHOE STORE 604 Wesi' Ga rIand Nd Y P69 HUNTS INC The Bes+ a+ Popular Prlces SOUTH SIDE OF SQUARE Phone 3 2225 Compllmenfs of CECIL COOPER OLIN TALLEY GERALD COOPER Real EsI'a+e MITCHELL-GOODWIN LUMBER COMPANY Doors, Moulding, and FREE ESTIMATES Building Ma+eriaIs 8TH AND GARLAND Phone 2-4I45 PICTURE FRAMING GIFTS PLAYING SIUCIIO Modern HALLMARK CARDS CARDS STATIONERY MONOGRAMING ROYAL DOULTON FIGURINES CERAMICS 6I3 W GarIancI Phone 2 9705 gf!!! W fain it '1 J Y TAYLOR CO Manufadrurlng Fas+ Becoming A Sou+l1wes+ern Favorife DESUTG vA:n'.':.I.zo BAKER HARDWARE 81 FURNITURE CO B lc d P 25535 BEN C JACKSON J E NEWMAN JACKSON CHEVROLET COMPANY DEALERS Th C PHONE 3 2665 Making Tomorrow's ' Pain+s Today For All Your Home Needs 5I2 an hea hone - e ar Thai' ls Complei' qs-gp i LUTHER B NICHOLSON FRED P GRANGER PAUL H DRUM BOBBY G MILLER SCC Y TVCGWYGI' A59 I0 Ili! Mamfenanco Produchon Class of 39 Vice Presudenf H954 Foreman Class of 39 Class of 43 CIM, of 50 Varo IS proud fhaf so many graduafes of Garland Hugh School have chosen o help buuld a nahonally known research or gamzaflon In Garland Many have affaun ed posrhons of frusf and responsnblllfy wvfh Varo To fhe Class of 55 and fo fhose who fol low In Ihe many classes yef fo come you are fo become fhe sclenhsfs fhe arhsans fhe sfafesmen and execuhves whose prlvu lege wall be fo shape your communl fhe besf ways possuble Garland a phenomenal crI'y even fhe progressuve Soufhwesf already offers a challenge fo young men and women or Ieadershup un fhe fuelds of fechnology managemenf and clvnc affaurs Here are opporfunufues whnch you may accepf wlfh confldence and fo which you may devofe your besf efforfs for In Garland your suc cess and fhe a'H'ammenfs of your com mumfy may only be Iumrled by your abnlufy and ambuhon No ofher place offers more VARO EMPLOYEES WHO ARE GRADUATES OF GARLAND HIGH SCHOOL Many ofher G H S exes work af Varo lncludmg fhe following NAME YEAR John Harf Vera Barley Geraldme Carroll DICREYSOI1 Lula Faye Rose Brown Anna Mae lSharp Taber Annue Pllluod Corley Lola lTaylor Monroe Vnolef Agnew Sauls Vnrglma Coldwelll McNa'H' Laura Sauls Chennaulf Leona C Oluver Dorofhy Melfon Freddy Lyfle Dons Manzer Shlrley Kllllon Morphls Elmora Sfepp Mary Earle Shipley Anna H Plumlee Hazel Moss Saundra Parmer Max Hamilfon Inez Hufson Moorhead VARO MFG CO INC ELECTRONIC ENGINEERS Box 638 II4 Garland, Texas 952 937 933 946 9 3 932 939 924 933 936 939 948 953 942 952 954 939 954 954 953 954 943 we? Av. fl M, 5 I - nesi ne Long C le Kohler a d A Jacks n AS POWER 81 LIGHT CO CompIlmen+s of COOPER GROCERY 81 MARKET Your FrlendIy AG SI'ore W J COOPER MRS W J COOPER Phone 2 8865 LINDEE S DRIVE IN Call Us aI' 2 8955 for FRIED CHICKEN AND SHRIMP Io Go By 'I'he Box A so HAMBURGERS 'VMI' YOUR FAMILY SHOE STURE Garland Shopping Cenier GIPSON JEWELERS GracIua'I'e Waich Maker I2 Mon+hs Guaranfee on AII Work BEST BUYS IN DIAMONDS AND WATCHES Ph- 3 6305 606 Bankhead BIIIy Gipson Garland, Texas Owner ., itll, . 1455- V J . A H -1-H. - V. I A it O A-Y, ja - I .., 'aw Q I Q "2 ' Y I -L -.Q ' .A I Q 1 , . ' lf I 'I' l I ' Er I , onn' , n nn o TEX . I ll - ll - . . . I f 5. 'I RAINBOW INN I 81 2 TExIE WATERMAN I No+ fhe Nicesf Nor Ihe Finesi' SCHOOL OF THE DANCE JUST SERVING GOOD FOOD Ballef-Toe-Tap No' 2 502 Wed Garland Acroba'I'ics-Ballroom No. I 4I3 Soufh Garland I NORTH STAR RD. PHONE AT GARLAND AVE. 3-8385 WORTHINGTONS 5 - 0 Phone 3-I4I5 SOUTH SIDE OF SQUARE HARPER PRINTING CO PubIIshers of THE GARLAND HERALD I504 MIIIer Road Phone 2 7555 CompIImen+s of PRESTON SERVICE STATION 40 S I4+h S+ Pres+on Shugarf Owner Phone 3 4325 CompIImen+s of PEAVY INSURANCE AGENCY Insurance Servlce II3 S SIx+h S+ Garland Texas Phone 3 I375 BOALS PRESCRIPTION SHOP Garlands Only ExcIusIve Prescrrphon Shop Us Your PFSSCFIPTIOFI A L S O Flrsf AIcI and SIcIcroom SuppIIes Ng + Ph 25I53 Dy Ph 3 345 FREE DELIVERY c SLO I . . , - , ConsuI'I Your Docrorg Then Bring il-I . - a . -5 7loweu 59 Compllmenls of THE CHARM SHCPPE 7I5 S 'rh 2l05 Soulh HENLEY Ph 2-4785 Garland Ave DA 7 277' APPLIANCE HUDSON HENLEY HEATING VENETIAN BLINDS W 4' plgzafgwelgf Flowers for all occasions Wm LUCILE and JIMMY LOCKETT II6 N h Phone 327I5 LMA 5 Zrgww fe Fwehff Jewelry Bar LOOK YOUR BEST FOR THE WOMAN WHO CARES BETTI S BEAUTY SALON 6l4 Sfale S+ Phone 2 4885 For Fme Waiches and Dlamonds Shop al' WILHOIT S GIFTS FOR ALL OCCASIONS 62l W Garland A e Phone 3 2425 ,,,g 'P cp f D . . ...am ...:.5.j.'-A-,'i.:' A 1.-1: gg' Z3 51, .zfQfi:f:QElrj:1f l !"":3Q.4f.fq.- T 6 4. 9 3:4-:lf ,- g -air? Lmgene and 5i22'af.'g Y? 4 .-mg., it-:.'.-, 1 '--:Is A M5525 S. Q- AJ 2' . zarfw- - --'.ra1':'eZs -ff ' 'ljfiffi .' i -- 4 -5:11-5:1-:it-54? ' x-5,-,--,zz .. 'Il-fi? fi:-'-ff'-55" I I , . , v . - Go Owls FERRIS WATSON SEED COMPANY . -9l45 Garland Road a+ Ph 3 Miller Road LOBELLO'S Charcoal Burgers and Hof Dogs Barbecued Beef-Ham-Ribs and Chicken Charcoal Bro'le Siealcs CURB SERVICE GARLAND TEXAS NICHOLSON S VARIETY e Self Servlce Varleiy S+ore GIH and Home Needs For Everybody WEST SIDE OF THE SQUARE COMPLIMENTS OF Forresf Lane Cafe MR AND MRS W C COOK Lunches Cafe+erla Siyle GARLAND TEXAS Comple+e Lme CANNON DRY GOODS Dry Goods Shoes Ready 'lo Wear We Apprecna+e Your Paironage NORTH EAST CORNER OF SQUARE GARLAND PHARMACY The Prescrlphon Sfore of Grea+er Garland STORE NO I STQRE NO 2 PHONE 2 4135 PHONE 3 1325 Il L Ill 3,41-1 I mm 101 N nh Sm 'Road Gavl,a.nd Texas Congrafulahons Sensors GARLAND CENTER BARBER SHOP ' sl I Th ' ' . Q '?lalJl'l'6.lrs in - ql lll - 1'-E Garland Hugh School Sfudenfs GARLAND HIGH SCHOOL M C COLE Bullder of Homes of Dushnchon HOME REMODELING CUSTOM BUILT AND REPAIRS HOMES Phone 3 73l5 2635 Sou+l1 Garland Avenue DA 7-2369 Garland 3-9965 TOWER CLEANERS TOWLE-MAGUIRE MOTORS Save on Dry Cleaning Auihorizecl DDeTo1'o-Plymou+h ea er 2064 S H1 G I d A ou am Venue 2e5I S. Garland Ave. Garland 2-7275 . A Garland Texas GARLAND HEATING AND AIR COn9"a+U'a+'0nS CONDITIONING COMPANY Semors Heahng AIr Condlhonlng S General Sheei' Mefals 2lI3S GICIA Ph24445 I Sales lnsfallafion Service . I o. ar an ve. . - TYNES 81 BURCH REALTORS LATEST FASHIONS 2633 Garland Avenue DA 73516 Ph 3 4445 On H16 Squaw Phone 2 6845 LEA NANS Congrafulahons Owls DUNCAN MCTOR CGMPANY ' B E' 'Z A 5. '-S! 1 - N A . S ' ., ' , f'A3-if .CV T ouswzcr CHAMPS 1 CcwerzAwLmoNs .X D MAKER or mousmos ci scwoi, ' U AAQM w. sf, "Q Fw PM f ,P Sd-fm! Ace no, ' rm YQ., ow.-ff vm , , 1 Cum AV REMBRANDT . ll ll - , - O ROAD sekvlce PHONE 3 9595 C P LOWREY 8: WOOLBRIGHT 5 fd IWLUZQQ' yfjf fob 777-Taq IQ All 4 P ff 222I Soufh Garland Ave Compllmenfs COLE AND DAVIS COMPANY Dry Goods Shoes Clofhlng WEST SIDE OF SQUARE H' 'P p STATE NATIONAL BANK OF GARLAND Member F. D. I. C. Deposifs Insured io 55,000,000 UT GARLAND ELECTRIC SERVICE General ConI'rac'I'mg EIec'IrlcaI Supplles and Flx+ures R D WBIIKIHS 6I6 SI'a'I'e S'rree+ PI1 3 75 S J oyd GARLAND TEXAS Mary Anne L om nd Ma George Ale G el' Wea e AIe ander fx ,ff GEORGE A ALEXANDER Insurance Agency 602 Wesi' Garland Avenue GarIancI Texas II H R M, 4 I -4 sa: Ball McKnugl11' Mr W C McKmgl1+ Tommy Wallace and Wayne Lasslfer McKNIGHT DRUG Your Dependable Drugglsl' Always N W Corner of Square PRESCRIPTION DELIVERY Garland Texas Danlel 8: Yarborough Q 0 'lggf Sa es dh "JOE" Service "LOU" Phone 2-5985 Pl10l16 3-23l5 SALES AND SERVICE P0lTlIf ..,. GARLAND PHONE 2-4655 DALLAS PHONE TR-376l Shugarls Service BENDIX AND CROSLEY Sales and Service 7I7 Wesi' Garland Avenue Phone 2-4245 .Z Ll 0453 Congra+uIa+lons Seniors :Lyla Boys ASHWANDERS M5 I Jmfwzcflpad Fune Shoes The Place To Go For The Brands You Know WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME 7I6 Wesi' Garland Avenue Compllmenis of WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME D CECIL WILLIAMS MARION D WILLIAMS HOLLENSHEAD APPLIANCE For +he Laiesi' n Hair Sfylmg Call Us HILAND SAVE BEAUTY I AT SHOP I07 Soufh 6+h Phone 2 4045 Ph. 3 9795 405 Ave. G AND I , g ...gfg ' nz syn.: AND QUALITV couNT" , 611 s'rA'rE STREET ll ll If ' 1, A HWY' II . I . Z 1' ILS-.-QI. n - D 81 B DIVISION EMSCO MANUFACTURING COMPANY Garland Texas M--qv A Plcfure Tells fhe Sfory PORTRAITS CANDIDS QX eww G Kyo" o P 0 9 Wxoq INDUSTRIAL A we COMMERCIAL 52 50l James Dr Phone Garland 3 7895 , 0 0 6' de XA' G R Y O QOQNNI Vi -, 'e2, 22? 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GARLAND HIGH SCHOGL SUPPLEMENT, 1955 , sf BASEBALL DISTRICT CHAMPS The 1955 District Champxons :rc left to rnqht kncclnng, Rox Hanccy Dmun Herrlng Don Stepp Byron XX'illis, Drclcx Vaughan Lxnn Skelton Rm Fincher Dennls Lafferty jerrv Rogers and Bill Mtlinight, torntnagtr Sttndmnq me Kul Fostex tomanazcr Corky Ethel A thur Douglas Dltlcy -latkson. Frank Hillman Pxt Sfnutlcr Dtnnrs Imke XX unc Mullme Bobby Boyd Klrt XX',1tkinS. and Couh Homtr Iohnx n s V, nl. XYAYNE MULLINS ln DICKY VAI 'GHAN DENNIS LAFFERTY DONALD STEPP JERRY ROGERS PAT SZNAJDER LYNN SKELTON FRANK HALLMAN KIRT XVATKINS DENNI: LOCKE HERRING D nald Peters tluretl 6 fact in his xcirx f Q tl TRACK TEAM ' 'UP' 1 ' i'x , A ..,--' . ,, "'-,VDWY Yh,.- 44. V The District Runners-l'p of 1955 are. kneeling: Myron Baker. ul. R. Xlfynne, jerry Ruuell. Donnltl Peters, Benny Vfarren. Charles Lyles. Frank Mme, ttntl Alxin Monre, Standing are Arlie james. 'Ierrell Ray. jerry XY'ulfe. Mike Crank. -lerry' BiShupl Ne-tl Mtfiuire. Cllxin Brummett. ,Inc Bula johnson. and Ctmtlt Roath. PV- 'wwf'-4-1, - C1111 1111 rx Sislic p 1 N qt it ai in s 4--.H 7.V,,,,Q,.-U an 'F z ' 1 f ma BENXY ROE WARREN ff.111I.1nJ 1 I Www' MIKE COOK ,. Rt"-M . L -.wqfa .-7 -' rg?-avi 4 ' I E x UHSRRY XX'0l,Hf JERRELI. RAY Y" 3' ,4- 1. . . i I U a i P' . XYYNNIZ LALVIN BRl'MME'1A'l I gf.-. v Xua- MX RON BAKER CHARHQN l.YI,lfS -HZRRY RVSSIZLI. FRANK MACE ALVIN MOORE NED MLGVIRE .ae 'Fi' g., ..-g si A,--'- 'Hs ARLI5 JAMES ..i'3T3l5Z3 ',- IO! HOB IOHNSON BOYS A DGIRLS STATE L 1 L ILS 1 N IL w Ru pr mm nn A mu T N pi ulrc XXL r ntl: xx umn 4 1 Tala xx X C TL ALL STATE I ur mrmlpant m the 'XII Stare Nhat U m mug uma I1 1 Donal! L Lf L X 1 JU IOR SENIDR VALENTINE DANCE i 'P 143' 3 -as., 'Ibn Valentina Court mnsnbm ot lxmg, Carl Luna Quccn Loretta Lexxm Puma. Bobby Boyd and Prxmexs Lux lxxxmdn Qemor Dukc Daud Bclotc Semor Duchess lmmlt Campbell Iumur Duke Lovell Baku md Iumor Dulhcss XX .mdi XX atkms JLI IOR SENIOR PROM lunwr nu mor M 0 nu uw xxuc rum c Qc ax nn the luungc of e Cnuntrx flub .v C7 I f., 5' W - Q R l l ' EY x v ' ' ' t , ft We P A . , 9 , A X , 1 , E x I lx 4 t I K bf-fy 1 , A 7 , E , 1 1 N ' , I ,4..V.m. ' D ' .1 ' Sr ' lla ff' -x l '- p t at th dan - rel : ' - th H.ul' H.11l' Thr gang N .ill h Civil CJK, Cm' if wf thu mlm mmm-ntx Ykhx w glum, .humf awtqu, 7111 M0 'f-wh N- .M-.... . ' . , -' 41' ' -... U4 12 , M., , . K The Prom was held at thc Spring Valley Cuumry Cluh, on May SO. The juniori honorul thc Seniors on this formal OCLll9lOD. lrustivitics lvcg.m .lt 7:50 with L1 lULIf'l3CL'llC h.1m llmm-r .mul llaminqg to thc orchestra of lillly Mayo l.lbllUXYCLl. 1 9"'Se 9' 5949101 4 , N , fx, :" 'Q ' u . N nl HL' ' . I. SENIQR TRIP TO GALVESTO One huntlrcd and thirtccn hright- cyctl .incl bushy tailed seniors board- ctl thc tr.tin tor Houston .tntl Chil- icston .tt 7:50 on M.1y 12. Thq' lamlctl in Houston at O ollotk on thu morning ot' May IS. It was l"ritl.ty tht- 15th hut thc tl.ttc hrougltt no ill lutls. XX'itl1 tht-ir lmthing suits in h.1ntl the hiltgh .intl mighty lnntlctl in CQ.iI- xt-ston on tht- stint- .tt'turnnon. Blistc-rt-tl w.1tcr lo g g c tl, rind sleepy thc seniors 'got lmttk on the tr.1in .intl taint' ilf.l'QiLjIIlQ lmtk to the ln . olc liotiicsttxttl, .. 'Q iff" Xlfl LX' Vfivntlt-r xxh.it thus wen- I.un.i was up tn thc ultl tritks .ia n up tn .it the l5.tttIcshlp V-Nil lit" lcmts ' Patti was getting .1 t.in for hlistcrb. For uc art- itilly good fellows B9 I Q Z ,- Cr.iilii.ition exercises vvcu- held My S1 at thc Girlnnd High School Gym. The x'.ilcclict0ri.m WAS Barb' .im liiilcy with .ln avcnigc of 9533 while thc siilutatorigm vms VUilli.1m Nlifimtli with .ln .ix'cr.igc ol' 'F IH. , Thu gr.ulu,1ting Llqss hid 5,4 mciiihcis when it first hcgm xihool. hut with thc lDCfL'.1SlI1g pop- iiliiioii .xml 12 ycirs it soon grew to 157 mciiilvcrs, BARBARA ISAILIIY .mil XYILLIAM MLGRATH COMMENCEMENT THE GRADuATiNG CLASS or 1955 TER 1 In r Y all GLO - RY BE- HOLD: WE'LL E'ER BE I OUR ALMA MAT ER, STEAD- , , V'f H YOU THROUGH LOSS AND VIC - TO - RY The Alma Mater was composed by Band Director Carl Bolin. .1' " - .. --. " f ,'-,'- ' V ". .'I!5' - 5. - -'fr' 4 31 8-L .-f- ' ' ' '. 121.-l , 1 1 - ' - 'f . xr ' - ' .J ,-.,- L ,. - J,-Vg., A ,, - KM, . x , 41, ,:,- . .4-U -. ' . , - . sh I ,I x . A . . - .,


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