Goliad High School - Mission Yearbook (Goliad, TX)

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ISSJON r 9 5 1 r •ssss " i r , ¥ PI XJfLUL; -W- - £h THE miSSIOn ' 52 •Sfe Published By Students Of 6.H.S. GOLIAD HIGH SCHOOL Goliad, Texas ___ wa m mHma a MMi aHHI HHHHHHl DEDICATION « - We, the annual staff of ' 51- ' 52, dedicate this yearbook to our principal Mr. A. D. Wood as a symble of our appreciation for his devotion, helpfulness, and leadership throughout our high school years. flomi nisTfBflTion BOARD OF EDUCATION i mm u l» lit f« « ' L J ll t l« Mr. Herman Seidel LEFT TO RIGHT: Mr. J. M. Hensely, Mr. L. H. Von Dohlen, Mr. Dodge Barton, Secretary; Mr. Walter Friedrichs, President; Mr. Henry Hausmann, Mr. Elmer Jacob, Mr. Robert Moore, Supt. of Schools. The " Mission " Staff, on behalf of the Goliad Public Schools wishes to express its appreciation to you, our school board, for your tireless efforts and interest in providing us with the best possible education program for our community. Your unselfish interest in futhering the cause of .American democracy has been an inspiration to us. " Mission " Editor OUR SUPERINTENDENT To the Annual Staff: Let me commend your courage and your judgement, and above all, your industry in providing this historic document of the year. School life prepares the mind and heart to receive, to interpret and to enjoy the material world. While The Mission 1952 in its finished form is material, it has caught and shall hold for you the spirit of democracy, patriotism and phil- anthropy which permeates Goliad High School. Congratulations! Robert L. Moore Superintendent of Schools PRINCIPAL The school spirit manifested this year by the student body and the faculty has been very satisfactory and is the product of your efforts in the many activities portrayed in this 1952 annual. THE MISSION this year has almost doubled in size over that of last year and we congratulate the members of the staff on their diligence and patience in bringing this larger annual to you. Sincerely, OLS Om FACULTV A. D. Wood Principal of Goliad High School ,votr Ge fte A , ■ h i ta c tfJ 85 MRS. RUTH L. CALHOUN B. A. S. W.T.S.C. English IV, Spanish 1 RUBY DENTLER B.S. S. W.T.S.C. Gen. Science, Girls P.E. LLOYD L. GOHLKE B.S. S. W.T.S.C. Algebra, Geometry, Assistant Coach JOHNNY PEACOCK B. S. University of Texas Physics, Head Coach MORRIS N. DYE B. S. Texas A. M. Vocational Agriculture CHARLES NICKELL B.M. S. M. U. Band BARBARA POTTS B.A. S.F.A.S.C. Speech, English III NOT PICTURED: BETH WHITE B.S. S. W.T.S.C. Masters - Texas University Home Economics MRS. ETHEL ALSTON CARTER B.A. University of Texas English I and II cat «s » r ■ ■ 1 1 •• HHHHHI H : Seniors 1952 RAYMOND WHITE Student Council 3,4; Annual Staff 3.4; Band 2,3,4; Band Officer 3,4; Band Council 4; District Regional Band 3; Sophomore Class Vice President 2; Junior Class President 3; Senior Class President 4; Football 2, 3,4; Track 2,3,4; Speech Club 3,4; Junior Play 3; Senior Play 4; G-Club 3,4. La VERNIA BEGO Science Club I; F.H. A. 1,2,3,4; Band I, 2, 3,4; Junior Class Vice President 3; Senior Class Vice President 4; Junior Pla y 3; Senior Play 4; Wharton County Fair Duchess 4. JIMMY WARREN KEYES Science Club Reporter I; F.F.A. 1,3,4; Band I . 2 .3t4; Band Officer 3,4; Student Director 4; Band Council 4; Student Council 2,3,4; Student Council Treasurer 4; Annual Staff 3,4; Speech Club 3,4; Junior Play 3; Senior Play 4; Class Secretary 1,2; Secretary and Treasurer 4; Volleyball 2; All State Marching Band 3; All District Band 2,3,4; A11 Regional Band 4. BETTY JANET METTING Homemaking Club 1,2,3,4; Science Club I; Speech Club 3,4; Junior Play 3; Senior Play 4; Band 1,2,3,4; class Reporter 3,4; Volleyball 1, 2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Basketball 4. NELDA JEAN CULLUM Nickname: " Blondie " ; Transferred from Carlsbad, New Mexico; Junior Play 3; Senior Play 4; Paper Staff 4; (Mid-Term Graduate). 10 M Seniors 1952 ROBERTA GARCIA Nickname: " Berta " ; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Homemaking Club 1,2,3,4; Pep Squad 1,2,3,4. RUBEN GARZA Basketball 3,4; Track 3,4; Baseball 2,3,4; Spanish Club 3,4; G-Club 4- RUBY GOTTSCHALT Nickname: " Put Put " ; F.H. A. 1,2,3; F.H. A. Treasurer 2; Band 1,2, 3,4; Volleyball 1,2,3,4; Softball 1,2,3,4; Science Club l;Ag. Sweetheart 2; Football Sweetheart 3; Tennis 1,2; Junior Play 3; Senior Play 4. ARLYN JAMES HAUSMANN Nickname: " Einstein " ; Science Club I; F.F.A. 1,2,3; Annual Staff 3,4; Assistant Editor and Editor, " Tiger Growl " 4; Class Secretary and Treasurer 3; Softball I, Tennis 1,2,3,4; Volleyball 1,2,3,4; T yP ln g. District Champion 3; Junior Play 3, Senior Play 4. BENNY HORNY Nickname: " Buck " ; Band 1,2,3; Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3, 4; Track I; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Speech Club 3,4; G-Club 3,4; F.F.A. 1,2,3; Annual Staff 3,4; Paper Staff 4; Junior Play 3; Senior Play 4; Science Club I. 11 " v y tf Seniors 1952 DENNIS RAY JACOB Nickname: " Dutch " ; Football 1,2,3,4; Second All-District Team 3, 4; Basketball I; Baseball 1,2; G-Club 3,4; F.F.A. I, 2,3,4; Chapter President 3; Lone Star Farmer 3; Track 3; Junior Play 3; Band 1,2,3; Band Officer 3; Volleyball 1,2,3,4; Science Club I. ALLEN JANK Nickname: " Hank " ; Football 1,2,3,4; Co-Captain 3,4; All District Football Team 4; Track 1,2,3,4; Volleyball 3,4; G-Club 3,4; F.F.A. 1,2,3; Chapter Vice President 3; Paper Staff Editor 4; Junior Play 3; Senior Play Prompter 4; Band 2, 3; Science Club I. GAYLON KORNFUEHRER Nickname: " Korn " ; Band 1,2,3,4; All District Band 3,4; All Regional Band 3,4; All State Band 3; Band President 4; Speech Club Treasurer 3; Science Club I; Class Reporter 2; Football 3; F.F.A. I; Junior Play 3. LARRY LANGE Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Tennis 2, 3; ' F.F.A. 1,2,3; Chapter Reporter 3; Science Club I; G-Club 3,4; Junior Play 3; Paper Staff 4; Volleyball JOAN RAMSEY Nickname: " Cuddles " ; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Softball 1,2,3,4; Volley- ball 1,2,3,4; Homemaking Club 1,2,3,4; Band 1.2.3.4; Science Club 1; Speech Club 3,4; Homemaking Class President 2; Junior Play 3; Senior Play 4. 12 Seniors 1952 ROLAND STORBECK F.F.A. 2,3; Tennis 3; F.H.A. 3. JACK SULLINS Nickname: " Pickles " ; Basketball 3,4; F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Vice President of F.F.A. 4; Parliamentarian of F.F.A. 3; Jr. Play 3; Sr. Play 4; G-Club 4; Volleyball 2, 3,4. LOIS URBAN Nickname: " Dimples " ; F.H.A. 3,4; Pep Squad 4; Jr. Play 3; Sr. Play 4; Paper Staff 4. LEONARD HAROLD VON DOHLEN Nickname; " Lenny " , " Skin " ; Class Pres. 1,2; Student Council Rep- resentative 2, Vice President of Student Council 3; Pres. of Student Council 4; Annual Business Manager 3,4; Paper Staff 1,4; G-Club 3,4; Speech Club 1,2,3,4; F-F-A. 1,2; Commercial Club I; F.H.A. Play I; Jr. Play 3; Sr. Play 4; Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2,3,4; Tennis 1,4; Baseball I. JEANETTE WINDBERG Nickname: " Jean " ; Transferred from Beeville 4. 13 Mr. Allen Albrecht ,4 ,v » ' -■» k ' .♦.• ■ J II I I I 1 9 5 Janie Baecker Harvey Baker Lupe Baldez Merlyn Bethke Charlotte Clinkscales Reporter Helen Cox Georgia Ann Doerr Edgar Foerster 16 Dennis Friedrichs Grace Ellen Friedrichs Tony Garcia Robert Garza Mary Jean Gleinser Secretary Elizabeth Gottschald President Betty Hamblen Norris Deane Hencerling J u I I R S 1 9 S 2 17 J u I I R S 1 9 5 2 Joe D. Johnson Billy Johnson Sergeant at Arms Gar Ian Hoff Peggy Hoff Norita Jacob Alton Jank Adrienne Kenne Edgar Krahn 18 Erwin Landgrebe Elroy Loest Vice President Adela Luna Joe Edgar Meyer Ray Parr Robert Ressmann Ruben Rubio Edolina Salazar J II I I R S e s 2 19 J u I I 1 9 5 2 Lloyd Schultz Treasurer Roberta Sievers Manuel Wesar De lores Zielonka Frances Toerck Marilyn Watkins Junior not pictured Bobby Wood 20 - A • -» V Sophomores 1952 Vida Abrameit Charles Bego Ralph Wayne Bego Frank Flores Marjorie Gleinser Secretary-Treasurer Delia Mae Heller Henry Hernandez Mary Hernandez Paul Haring Clark Bednorz Delores Berger Elaine Bomar Idella Bridges Bill Denham Authur Allen Dohmann ' ttls si T-.r ' .-Kii ' if.-.i..sv 1 ..wv.v.A I mhm Wam MMHMHI Sophomores 1952 Elmer Jacob Mildred Karnei Mary Lou Landgrebe Anton Loest Fay Dell Loest Sammy Orta Norma Jean Payne Gene Poldrack Billy Pullin Sue Robbins Eusenio Rodrigues Raymond Roycroft President Dewey Smith Donald Steen Jimmie Stehling Sophomores 1952 Ray Torian Vice President Emilio Vargas Claudette Von Dohlen Jane Von Dohlen Reporter Charles Vorkoper Mary Jane Wallace David Wells Dorothy Windberg Buddy Young Erlina Reyes Sophomores not pictured Mary Jo Brandt Marilyn Schulz 24 ■ MS Gayle Albrecht Elmer Arneke Ora Beth Atkison Vice President A. J. Bammert Garland Bauch Otto Bluntzer Fish 1952 Bonni Lou Berger Ellanora Berger Jerry Carabajal Secretary Lucy Dell Diebel Treasurer Waynell Diebel John Harold Drier Darwyn Duderstadt Maratha Flores Wayne Fromme Wilma Fromme Sally Garza 26 mI fl [Ilk Leonard Hughes President Bud Gebbert Frank Gohlke Toni Griffin Reporter Larry Hausmann Marlene Hausmann Fish 1952 Patricia Jacob Virgil Krueger Douglas Lanka rt Gaye Lott Johnny Palomarez J ' Y ' . Elva Guerrero Jeanice Houlton d h w ' - jl Betty Ruth Jerkins % 9 Charles Keeler c V Margie Karnei X w 1 Mti 27 Hilda Perales Billie Perez Betty Lou Pfenniger Samuel Pfenniger Dorothy Ressmann Ray Rodriguez Bertha Royal Delores Salazar t Fish 1952 Deri Stehling Georgia Lee Swickheimer Dennis Weise Iris White Earl Weathers Vernell Volkmer 28 , Doris Lfjest, JeM l 1 ' A - aJ»» IV BACK ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Darrell Hartman, Pat Burgess Garza, Benny Hernandez, Alton Oehlke, Temple Doerr, Don Jacob, Miss Ruth Shaw, Wayne Jacobs, Dwayne Jacobs, Larry Payne, Arlis Adickes, Freddie Jan ecek, Valda Barton, Olga Rodriquez, Eva Rubio. FRONT ROW: Alyce Boscamp, Gloria Willms, Geraldine Gebbert, Barbara Seidel, Wilburn Duberstaldt, Jean Hallmark, John Smith, E. H. Urban, Gloria Kenne, Garland Smith, Hunter Cunningham, Patsy Hinton. BACK ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Janie Royal, Fay Joyce Bethke, Adon Cordasa, Kenneth Williams, Marcello Pina, Harold Baecker, Arlen Berger, Miss Meyer, Arlis Preiss, Harold Joe Friedrichs, Walter Thigpen, Jeanette Schultz, Jo Ann Schlinke, Christime Hennig. FRONT ROW: Bobby Flores, Letha Lee Vickery, Clara Smith, Victor Orta, Gayle Vickery, Milton Lockhart, Doris Bego, Jimmy Houston, Beverly Bell, Jimmy Johnson, Alice Abrameit, Richard Garza. 1 BACK ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Rudolph Flores, Petrita Reyes, Anna May Den- ham, Judy Mae Baecket, Mrs. Sarah Delony, Ralph Ramsey, James Gerhardt, Eula Ann Hatcher, Roland Markert, Baldemar Vargas. FRONT ROW: Dan Rubio, Cande Moreno, Mable Salazar, Ray Weathers, Beatrice Schultz, Joyce Jacobs, Lucy Campbell, Robert Mills, Anita Salazar, Aubrey Bethke, Mary Flores. BACK ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Carrol Fairis, Loyce Jacobs, Charles Reagan, Presiliano Rojas, Mrs. Nell Martin, Able Hernandez, Linwood Berger, Lily Rubio, Donald Atkinson, Phomas Michma. FRONT ROW: Fartin Salinas, Ben- nie Pat Vickery, Patricia Helgren, Marth Ann Pieper, Billy Mills, Jerry Harvey, Frances Figueroa, Genivie Rivas, Jimmie, Atkison, Cresilda Garcia, Hartensia Garcia, Ronnie Williams. ■PVWOMMM -«■-■- ' - - PVGMIES t B» «PH«« ' S ' «■ " kSmSSm » c - ; 32 « » ••. ' •■:. ■—. I trfc; ---IfajMJiii k 3 ' it t-v . M ' •mm u m mm mmmm % Oi ec .r e u C " h aT es " Sic 1 BAND OFFICERS: Raymond White, Treasurer; Jimmy Keyes, Vice- President; Peggy Hoff, Secretary; Gaylon Kornfuehrer, President. CONCERT FORMATION TIGER BAND MARCHING FORMATION BAND COUNCIL, STANDING, LEFT TO RIGHT: Douglas Lankan, Norita Jacob, Raymond Roycroft, Claudette Von Dohlen, Ora Beth Atkison, Hunter Cunningham. SITTING: Raymond Wnite, Peggy Hoff, Gaylon Kornfuehrer, Jimmy Keyes, Nortis Hencerllng. Peggy Hoff, Band Sweetheart ' ■ - ' 41 ice " Lenny Von Dohlen President The Student Courici Of 6.H.S. TOP ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Earl Weathers, Elmer Jacob, Robert Ressmann, Raymond White, Ray Torian, Ora Beth Atkison. BOTTOM ROW: Peggy Hoff, Lenny Von Dohlen, Mrs. Ruth Calhoun, Francis Toerck, Jimmy Keyes. «- Mission Staff 1951-1952 Editorial Editor Raymond White Asst. Editor Frances Toerck Business Manager • • • Lenny Von Dohlen Asst. Managers- • • ■ Elizabeth Gottschald Jane Von Dohlen Copy Editors Arlyn Hausmann Jimmy Keyes Art Editor Helen Cox Photo Editor Harvey Baker Sports Editor Benny Horny Assts. Billy Johnson Ray Torian Advisor Barbara Potts Staffers ■ • Peggy Hoff, Georgia Ann Doerr, Betty Hamblen, Elaine Bomar The Mission Staff hopes that it has pro- duced an annual that is outstanding. We have tried to give you a book which in the years to come will bring back memories of the happy days spent in Goliad High. We enjoyed this work, and we hope that the Mission fulfills your expectations. The Staff 38 T mO% , 4 STUDEET CO GOES TO RE The Student companied by Mr, Refugio Monday. they were treate the school caf Refugio Counc ' Goliad Counci around the sch amined some r " pickled " anims. science " lab. " points of interest If the readers of the Tiger Growl have enjoyed it as much as the members of the Staff have enjoyed publishing it, I am certain that the paper this year was a success. The process of publishing a mimeographed paper is no easy task, as the members of the Staff will tell you, but I feel certain that the experience they have gained in creative writing and other phases of newspaper work will be of value to them as long as they live. In closing I wish to thank our Sponsor-Mr. A. D Wood for his invaluable help, Assistant Editor-Marilyn Watkins, Managing Editor-Lois Urban, Sports Editors- Benny Horny, Larry Lange, and Jane Von Dohlen, Art Editor-Helen Cox, Society Editor-Elaine Bomar, Feature Editor-Delores Zielonka, Gossip Editors-Vida Abrameit and Sue Robbins, Coyp Editors-Lois Urban and Marilyn Watkins, and all the reporters for their cooperation and assistance in publishing this paper. Goliad. The two councils ex- changed ideas on the election of the officers and members to the Student Council. The coming State Meeting of Hi h School Student Coun- cils was discussed. This meet- Editor, Arlyn Hausmann lets all c r v EL CIRCULO ESPANOL «.. • t J» f»« TOP ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Mrs. Ruth Calhoun, Tony Garcia, Lupe Baldez, Robert Garza, Francis Toerck, Ray Torian, Charles Vorkoper, Bobby Wood. BOTTOM ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Eusevio Rodriguez, Frank Flores, Ruben Garza, Grace Ellen Friedrichs, Jane Von Dohlen, Marilyn Watkins. 40 ■ Jt. i MEMBERS Lupe Baldez, Tony Garcia, Ruben Garza, Henry Hernandez, Garlan Hoff, Benny Horny, Dennis Jacob, Allen Jank, Alton Jank, Billy Johnson, Larry Lange, Elroy Loest, Robert Ressmann, Ruben Rubio, Jack Sullins, Emilio Vargas, Lenny Von Dohlen, Raymond White. J fe=? PEP SQUAD f pf f) Mary Jean Glelnser Jane Von Dohlen Elizabeth Gottschald Charlotte Clinkscales 42 F. F. F. F. A. OFFICERS, TOP ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Anton Loest, Jack Sullins. David Wells, Mr. Morns Dye. BOTTOM ROW: Lloyd Schultz, Ray Parr, Garlan Hoff, Robert Ressmann, Raymond Roycroft, Elroy Loest, Elmer Jacob. r if f V 1 mA • - Margorie Gleinser, F. F. A. Sweetheart on Future Homemakers of America PoPfifiP MEM4 f ft OFFICERS, LEFT TO RIGHT: Norma Jean Payne, Elaine Bomar, Ray Torian, Margie Gleinser, Frances Toerck, Mary Jean Gleinser, Mildred Karnei, Delia Mae Heller, Mary Jane Wallace. 45 HOMEMAKING I Pres. , Patty Jacob; Vice-Pres. Tone Griffin; Sec. Lucy Dell Diebel; Treas. , Gaye Lott; Rep. Jerry Carabajal; Pari., Jeanice Houlton; Hist., Elva Geurrero; Song L. , Billie Perez. BEAU, ELMER JACOB J fy HOMEMAKING III Pres. , Mary Jean Gleinser; Vice-Pres. , Adrienne Kenne; Sec, Edolina Salazar; Treas., Janie Baecker; Rep., Adela Luna; Pari., Merlyn Bethke; Hist. , Betty Hamblen; Song L. , Merlyn Bethke. BEAU, RALPH WAYNE BEGO fwwi UO HOMEMAKING II Pres. , Jane Von Dohlen; Vice-Pres. , Margie Gleinser; Sec. , Mildred Karnei; Treas. , Ray Torian; Rep. , Elaine Bomar; Par. , Mary Jane Wallace; Hist. , Delia Mae Heller; Song L. , Norma Jean Payne. " W M® K • ' ••V Jf- r Dennis Jacob Co-Capt. Sr.-3L Guard Allen Jank Co-Capt. Sr.-3L Halfback Lenny Von Dohlen Sr.-4L Quarterback TOP ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: A. J. Bammert, " Boogie " Weathers, Sam Steen, Wayne Frornme, Dennis Weise, Leonard Huges, Tim Donoghue, Clifton Jacob. MIDDLE ROW: Alton Jank, Tony Garcia, Henry Hernandez, Dennis Freidrichs, Emilio Vargas, Buddy Young, Robert Ressmann, Elmer Jacob, Gene Poldrack, Elmer Arnecke, Dewey Smith. BOTTOM ROW: Elroy Loest, Garlan Hoff, Allen Jank, Dennis Jacob, Raymond White, Billy Johnson, Larry Lange, Lenny Von Dohlen, Benny Horny, Lloyd Schultz, David Wells. Larry Lange Raymond White Benny Horny Sr.-3L Sr.-3L Sr.-4L Fullback Halfback End Alton Jank Jr.-3L End Robert Ressmann Jr.-2L End Coaches Peacock and Gohlke Emilio Vargas Garlan Hoff Soph.-2L Jr.-2L Tackle Center Billy Johnson Jr.-2L Tackle SEASON ' S SUMMARY Goliad Ingleside Goliad 7 Tidehaven 6 Goliad 22 Gregory- Goliad 6 Refugio 48 Goliad 13 Karnes City 39 Goliad Ganado 6 Goliad 14 Kenedy 12 Goliad 14 Palacious Goliad 6 Industrial 25 Goliad 32 Yorktown Elroy Loest Jr.-2L 14 Guard $ ■J Lloyd Schultz Jr.-IL Tackle Buddy Young Soph.-IL End David Wells Soph.-IL Guard Lettermen not pictured Dewey Smith, Elmer Jacob Football Sweetheart Jane Von Dohlen Tony Garcia Gene Poldrack Henry Hernandez Jr.-IL Soph.-IL. Soph.-IL. Halfback Quarterback Fullback o r BASKETBALL 1952 District Schedule nd results TOP ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Coach Peacock, Larry Lange, Billy Johnson, Buddy Young, Lenny Von Dohlen, Ralph Bego, and Gene Poldrack. BOTTOM ROW: Joe D. Johnson, Benny Horny, Jack Sullins, Robert Ressmann, Bill Denham, Ruben Rubio, and Ruben Garza. Goliad 40 Karnes C ty 34 District Standings Goliad 34 Yor town 30 W. L Goliad 55 Kenedy 32 Karnes City 5 1 Goliad 30 Yor town 27 Goliad 4 2 Goliad 45 Karnes C ity 61 Kenedy 2 4 Goliad 27 Kenedy 35 Yorktown 1 5 Squad Scoring Season ' s Record Lange .216 Won 12 Lost ] Von Dohlen .175 Sullins . .137 Rubio .135 District Scoring Garza .115 Horny . 68 Lange .66 Johnson. . 24 Von Dohlen .50 Denham. . 8 Rubio Sullins . Horny Garza Denham. Johnson. .37 .35 .21 .13 . 6 . 2 14 51 Coach Peacocl Larry Lange Guard Benny Horny Guard Ruben Garza Forward Jack Sullins Forward Lenny Von Dohlen Center Bill Denham Center Gene Poldrack Guard Ray Parr Guard Robert Ressmann Forward --, BACK ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Coach Johnny Peacock, Deri Stehling, Dennis Weise, Billy Johnson, Buddy Young, Robert Ressmann, Jimmy Stehling, Sammy Orta, Clark Bednorz. MIDDLE ROW: Allen Jank, Lenny Von Dohlen, Alton Jank, Raymond White, Ruben Garza, Gene Poldrack, Lloyd Schultz, Elroy Loest. BOTTOM ROW: Sam Steen, Leonard Hudges, Clifton Jacob, Elmer Arnecke, A J. Bammert, Wayne Fromme. This year ' s track team will have the services of four return- ing lettermen who were members of the ' 51 team that was runner up in district and regional competition. These lettermen made up the mile relay team that placed third in the state meet. They are Raymond White 440,440 relay, mile relay; Allen Jank 100 yd dash, 440, 440 relay, mile relay, broad jump; Lenny Von Dohlen 100 yd dash, ZZ0, 440 relay, mile relay, broad jump; Alton Jank, 440 440 relay, mile relay, discus. Returning squadmen are - Elroy Loest, Lloyd Schulz, Buddy Young, Gene Poldrack, Manuel Wisar. Track - 1952 r in ' v o n n ' Ie e Ja ° h n %l w G » G e ' V 5 ' Y ,o . 54 BACK ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Jane Von Dohlen, Rita Jacob, Marilyn Schultz, Joan Ramsey, Frances Toerck, Elva Guerrera, Grace Ellen Friedrichs, Mgr. , Ruby Dentler, coach. FRONT ROW: Betty Hamblen, Fay Dell Loest, Mary Jane Wallace, Ray Torian, Elaine Bomar, Georgia Ann Doe rr, Elizabeth Gottschald. Tigerettes LEFT TO RIGHT: Roberta Sievers, Jeanice Houlton, Margie Gleinser, Toni Griffin, Ora Beth Atkison, Patty Jacob, Dorothy Ressmann, Delores Salazar, Betty Metting. 55 _ .JtM 9 I ' I ACTIVITIES 1 n« 1951-SchooK SEPTEMBER 4 First day of school. Everything goes haywire. First football game with Ingleside. We tied 0-0. Oh, happy day! Seniors get their rings. Close victory over Tidehaven, 7-6. We win again! We stomped Gregory 22-0. FHA Panel Discussion. O woe is us. We lost to Refugio 48-6. OCTOBER 5 We lost again. Karnes City tripped us 39-12. FFA Initiation of Green Hands. Our losing streak continues. Ganado 6, Goliad 0. Election of class favorites. Yipee ! We beat Kenedy 14-12. We travel to Palacios. We won 14-0. Delegation of students go to Kingsvill e to see play, " Our Town. " NOVEMBER 1 Band to Refugio. Wins first place as best all-around band in parade . Industrial, District Champs, topple us 25-6. FHA indoor weiner roast. Play Night. Fun for everyone sponsored by the band. FHA Area Meeting at Corpus Christi. Student Council field trip to Victoria. Yorktown, our old rivals, defeated first time in 1 1 years. 32-14. Band journeys to Austin. Parade and sees T. C. U. and Texas play. Shakespearean Plays by players of University of Texas. Thanksgiving program. Out for the holidays. Formal initiation of Green Hands. Sr. Play. " Girl Shy. " Great success. DECEMBER 8 Band goes to Robstown. Makes first division in marching. The stands are still ringing. Del Mar Choir. Very nice program. FHA Christmas party. Christmas program given by Student Council. Hurray! Out of school for 2 weeks. The Christmas Holi- days are here. Ring out the Old, Ring in the New. 7 12 14 21 25 28 9 12 19 19 26 31 2 6 8 10 15 16 17 19 21 28 30 12 13 18 21 31 «» .. ' , v Calendar-1952 pv V V N 49 JANUARY 1 Resolutions resolved and as quickly dissolved. Back to school again. Senior band members get awards. District Band. Nine members received the honor. District Basketball race starts with Yorktown. Jimmy, Gaylon and Charles make Regional Band in Kings ville . Football Banquet. Oh ! What pretty new jackets. Band Banquet. The Band says " Thanks " to the Booster C lub for this . Favorites are crowned. Band Concert. " Si! Trocadero. " FEBRUARY 4 Student Council visits Refugio Schools. Oh Happy Day! The Jr ' s order their rings. Sweetheart Supper. Twirp Season begins. F. F. A. Boys to San Antonio for Live Stock Show. Jr. Plays. " Sparkin, " " High Window, " " Sunday ' s Child. " Well done kids . Ih F.H. A. Sock Hop. Youth Center. 29 Western Days. Sponsored by Student Council. MARCH 13 Band Concert. Band Contest in Cuero. First Track Meet. Texas Olympics. Somerset. Regional Playing Contest in Kingsville. Good Luck kids. 3 5 11 12 17 26 29 31 12 14 16 21 21 21 28-29 APRIL 1 4-5 8 9 17 18-19 24 MAY 1-2-3 9 15 18 19 22 23 The kids are back to school. Sr. Kid Day. Distric t meet, Pettus and Georgewest. District Tennis Tournament at Georgewest. F. H. A. Style Show. Luthern College Choir. Regional scholastic and track meet in Kingsville. Jr. Sr. Banquet. State Meet in Austin. Sr. Prom. Annuals Arrive. Baccalaureate Service for Seniors. Exams are here again! Commencement. Come by and pick up your report card. i ™ - k 1 rn ' - - A ffr« • 7 Congratulations and Best Wishes to the Senior Class of ' 52 THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GOLIAD, TEXAS Sixty years service Assets over $3, 000, 000. 00 OFFICERS DIRECTORS Edw. A. Martin Edw. A. Martin Frank W. Martin President Emmet Albrecht George L. Cole Emmet Albrecht Vice President Louis Schorre A. G. Meyer W. E. Curlee Paul J. Fly Robert L. Webb Cashier Mary E. Curlee L. H. Von Dohlen Sophie Williams Assistant Cashier G. G. Swickheimer Leonard Walker L. J. Lutenbacher H. F. Albrecht Lottie P. Moore Assistant Cashier W. E. Curlee Best Wishes To The Class Of ' 52 Goliad Insurance Co. The First National Bank Building W. E. Curlee, Agent H. P. Sergeant, Solicitor filjh POJVTIAC JRI(ilD l« A " • »■ " ' GOLIAD LUMBER COMPANY RAMSEY ' S INC. Everything in the Building Line Phone 216 Goliad, Texas Phone 273 aJia Goliad, Texas rT V|K S. C. (Shadow) Mabry, Manager Phone 216 Goliad, Texas Congratulations Seniors Alamo Lumber Company Phone 333 Goliad, Texas 0 N ™UG STo ' Your Health Is Our Business THE REXALL STORE Prescription Specialists Phone 281 Goliad, Texas WESTERN AUTO ASSOC. STORE Satisfaction or your money back Phone 63--Goliad, Texas Western Auto ] Associate Store WALKER CLARKE Finer Wear For Men, Women, and Children Phone 351 Goliad, Texas KOHLER GROCERY STORE Groceries, Meats--Food Stuffs Goliad, Texas Phone 231 Compliments GOLIAD MOTOR COMPANY Sales WJ SjS Service Goliad, Texas jji i golia ° CITV DRUG INC. Jtf Am in at V ( ) PURITY T ■ v " ' — — v. Dependable Efficient P rescription Service T. R. Byrd Mgr. Phone 235 Goliad, Texas Compliments METTING ' S RED WHITE and LOCKER PLANT of The Store Where you can buy Everything BIGLER ' S SHOE Let us take care of your deep freeze or locker needs. SHOP We process or cure anything you have. Meet Your Friends HUMBLE SERVICE at STATION RAYMOND ' S CAFE Clean Restrooms in Phone 391 Goliad Clapsaddle Urban Compliments BEGO ' S GROCERY Groceries ; Vegetables Phone 233 Goliad, Texas BARBER ' S GROCERY Groceries Market " Pay Cash h Pay Less " WALTER BLUNTZER Insurance Goliad Texas W. P. BAUMGARTNER SON GOLIAD APPLIANCE Watchmakers, Jewelers Best Wishes and for a Photographer Happy Future Goliad, Texas Phone 326 P. O. Box 286 REDDY KILOWATT, Your Electrical Servant, Says : .At home or school, at work or play, I ' ll serve you every hour, Just flick a switch and watch me zip With light. ..and heat and power. CENTRAL POWER AND LIGHT COMPANY BURKE ' S Floral Gift Shop Flowers Gifts for all Occasions Free Delivery Phone 206 Goliad, Texas SEIDEL ' S SERVICE STATION You Value Good Service We Value Good Friends Remember Goliad Phone 342 4171 Goliad WALKER ' S GROCERY Home Owned and Operated Phone 201 Goliad BEN FRANKLIN STORE Headquarters For School Supplies Goliad, Texas Hay Gang ! Where do you get the best hamburgers hot dogs in town? Why HAMBLEN ' S Coffee Shop Of Course SEWELL WILLIAMS Service Station Service --Courtesy --Re liability Phone 336 Goliad 24-Hour Service Electrical Contractor CITY ELECTRIC SERVICE Compliments Joe Orsak, Owner of Phone 297 Goliad, Texas HINTON ' S CAFE Residential and Oil Field Electric Commercial Wiring Wiring and Equipment Compliments of GRIFFIN ' S IN GOLIAD GOLIAD FLOWER SHOP Mrs. Hans Markert Compliments All Types of Floral Design of Wire and Delivery Service A FRIEND Phone 234 Goliad, Texas a COMPLIMENTS OF Goliad it )|e4ix j«o CoanlicS M » js _ Ma ri E | le n Q Co n n o r- .ssoC fcp? NEVfcSMfttD CM ' CASH JUST GiMME All tm ' NESBTTTt, VA ' GOT DRINK c JQfctfiV Made From Real Oranges Compliments ELDERS ROOFING SHEET METAL WORKS Victoria. Texas Patronize THE MISSION ADVERTISERS Scott Sales Company P. O. Box 554 Victoria, Texas " Builders Hardware " Built by MARSHALL CONSTRUCTION COMPANY Compliments of 0. W. MARSHALL General Contractor Victoria , Texas Congratulations and Best Wishes From GROCE-WEARDEN COMPANV Wholesalers Branches located in. . . • San Marcos Corpus Christi Cuero Alice Bay City Donna The Victoria, Home Office Sponsors of. . . . Plan Compliments of VALLEV GOLD OAIRV PRODUCTS Phone 6 22 J Victoria, Texas ■ -i ' ' — » ' ■■■ — ■ Best Wishes Seniors DUNLAP ' S Victoria, Texas What to do with a Nickel when thirst arrives Wherever friendly folks get together, you find the pa lse that refreshes with ict cold Coca-Cola adds an extra sparkle to the scene. COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO., INC. ' J S icJttJ, Sin ej iaU £ g JX HOLSUM A{r icA t ± HOLSUM BREAD CO. Victoria, Texas Patronize The Mission ADVERTISERS " They are our friends because they made this book possible. " X ' . 0,0 r , ; £ ' i i • £ ' k ' " ■ ■ |gj ERS -i££ " YEARBOOKS THE PACEMAKERS OF QUALITV MYERS AND CO. INC. TOPEKA, KANSAS - _ — r


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