Goliad High School - Mission Yearbook (Goliad, TX)

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NllSSfoyv It iW v- 1953 - i M 7L ,- .mm- The Mission 1953 Hail, Alma Mater Dedication We dedicate this annual to our beloved teacher and counselor, Mrs. Ruth Calhoun. She has given us 16 years of untiring, loy- al service, for which we wish to show our appreciation by this dedication. May the students of the future years benefit from her teachings as much as we. ie £ Ik J 1 ng 2 r mCt , wp " NPr jjl f 1 U mtk B ' VnlJ ■iill 1 cSb gtl3-rE jjj _ itk Administration kB 1 1 III 4 f i 1 : Superintendent TO THE MISSION STAFF: You have done a job that brings credit not only to yourselves but to every person and aspect of life which combine to constitute Goliad High. Your work is finished and we are proud of you. May this Annual and the part you have played be an inspiration al- ways to cause you to strive for higher ambi- tions and accomplishments. Congratulations! M Gfi i Robert L. Moore Supt. of Schools Principal The MISSION staff has our sincere congratulations for giving the stu- dent bodya pictorial history of the 1952-53 school year in this summer annual. We trust that everyone who has contributed toward the success of this yearbook will be pleased with the results of the untiring efforts of the staff. May the 1953 MISSION be one of your most cherished treasure of memories. Q. M M A. D. Wood High School Principal Board of Education Left to right: Mr. Herman Seidel, Mr. Elmer Jacob, Mr. J. M. Hensley, Mr. Dodge Bartoii, Secretary; Mr. Walter Friedrichs, President; Mr. Henry Hausmann, Mr. L. H. Von Dohlen, Mr. Robert Moore, Supt. of Schools. The Annual Staff of Goliad High School extends its thanks and appreciation to you, our school board, for your sincere interest and efforts to provide and improve the educational program of this community. Staff Editor Faculty MRS. RUTH CALHOUN M.S. S.W.T.S.C. English IV, Spanish LLOYD L. GOHLKE B.S. S.W.T.S.C. Algebra, Geometry, Asst. Coach JOHNNY PEACOCK B.S. University of Texas Head Coach, Boys P.E. MRS. CLARA MANNING B.A. A. I. Am. History, English III, Speech MRS. RUBY BORTH B.S. S.W.T.S.C. Gen. Science, Girls P.E. H.P. SERGEANT B.S. Engineering A. M. Chemistry, Gen. Science Faculty MRS. NELL MARTIN B.A. Southwestern University English I II J. W. GATEWOOD M.S. West Texas State World History, Economics, Civics CHARLES E. NICKELL M. S. Texas A. I. Band MORRIS N. DYE B.S. Texas A. M. Vocational Agriculture BEVERLY C. BURGESS B.S. Bus. Adm. T.S.C.W. Typing, Bookkeeping, Shorthand Not Pictured: BETH WHITE M.S. Texas University Home Economics Snaps Scientists at Work Resting? of the Faculty Time off to read Seniors Janie Baecker Volleyball 3,4; Homemaking Club 1 2,3,4; Pep Squad 1,2,3,4; Jr. Play; ' Sr. Play. Merlyn Bethke, " Dimples " Volleyball 1,2; Softball 1,2; Home- making Club 1,2,3; Pep Squad 4; Chor- al 4; Paper Staff 4. Harvey Baker, " Red " Tennis 2; Ag. 1,2; Annual Staff 3,4; Band 1,2,3,4; Paper Staff 4. Lupe Baldez, " Rocha " Football 1; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Ag. 1; Spanish Club 1,2; " G " Club 2,3,4. charlotte Jean Clinkscales, " C.J. " Basketball Manager 4; Homemaking 1, 2,3; Pep Squad 1,2,4; Choral Club 4; Speech Club 2; Cheerleader 3; Paper Staff 4; Class officer 1,2,3; Jr. Play; Sr. Play; Declamation 1 ,3; Homemak- ingCluD Secretary 2; Editor School Pa- per 4; District Ploy 4; All-District Cast 4. Edgar Joe Foerster Helen Cox, " Froggie " Basketball 3,4; Homemaking Club 3; Pep Squad 3,4; Choral 4; Annual Staff Artist 3,4; Paper Staff Artist 3; Transfer 3. Georgia Ann Doerr, " Gad " Basketball 2,3,4; Volleyball 1,2; Soft- ball 1,2; Homemaking Club 1,2; Choral Club 4; Speech Club 2; Annual Staff Photo-editor 3; Jr. Play; Sr. Play; Dec- lamation 2; District typing 3; Band 1 ,2, 3,4; All-district Band 4; Band Council 4; Band Parliamentarian 4. Dennis Friedrichs, " Nitch " Football 1,3; Tennis 1,2,3,4; Class Secretary 1; Patti Welder Coronation Escort 4. Mary Jean Gleinser, " Baby " Volleyball 1 ,2,3,4; Softball l,2;Home- nnaking Club 1,2,3,4; Homemaking Class and Chapter President 3; Home- making District3rdVice-Pres. 4; Span- ish Club 2; Pep Squad 1 ,2,3,4; Cheer- leader 3,4; Paper Staff -Editor 4; Class Secretary 3; Football Sweetheart 4; District Shorthand 4. Grace Ellen Friedrichs, " Squeaky " " G.E. Basketball Mgr. 3; Homemaking Club 1,3; Spanish Club 2,3; Pep Squad 2,3; Choral 4; Speech Club 4; Jr. Play; Sr. Play; Band l;All District Band 1; Dist- rict typing 1. Tony Garcia, " Cooney " Football 1,2„3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Ag. 1; Spanish Club 1,2; " G " Club 2, 3,4; All District Baseball 3. Elizabeth Gottschald, " Liz " Basketball 3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Home- making Club 1 ,2; Pep Squad 1,2; Cheer- leader 3,4; Choral 4; Speech Club 2; Student Council 2,3; Annual Staff Ed- itor 4; Annual Staff 3,4; Paper Staff 4; Class President 3; Jr. Play; Sr. Play; Salutatorian. Garlan Ray Hoff, " Monk " Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 4; Base- ball 1,2,3,4; Volleyball 1,2,3; Soft- ball 1,2,3; Ag. 1,2,3; " G " Club 3,4; Class Treasurer 4; Jr. Play; Sr. Play; Football Honorable Mention 3,4; Ag. Officer. Paul Haring Tennis l,2;Ag. 1; Speech Club 2; Band Council 3; Sr. Play; Band 1,2,3,4; District Tennis 1,2; Declamation 2; 3rd year Graduate. Norris Deane Hencerling, " Root " Track 2; Ag. 1,2; Band 1,2,3,4; All- district Band 3,4; Band Council 3,4; Lantana Escort 4. Peggy Jean Hoff, " Jeanie " Basketball 1; Volleyball 1,2; Softball 1 2, 3, 4; Homemaking Club 1,2,3; Choral Club 4; Student Council 3; Band Council 2,3,4; Annual Staff 3; Jr. Play; Sr. Play; Band Favorite 3; Twirier 1,2; Band 1 ,2,3,4; Band Officer 2,3,4; Bond President 4. Norita Yvonne Jacob, " Rita " Basketball 3,4; Volleyball 1,2,3,4; Tennis 1 ,2,3; Softball 1 ,2,3,4; Home- making Club 1,2,3,4; Choral Club 1; Band Council 2,3,4; Class Favorite 4; Band Officer 4; Usherette 3; Lcntana Representative 4. Billy Johnson, " Bull " , " Bama " Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Track 2,3,4; Soft- ball 1,2,3; Ag. 1 ,2; Treasurer Student Council 4; " G " Club 2,3,4; Annual Staff 3,4; Paper Staff 4, Class Officer 4, President Senior Class, Plays 3,4; District One-Act Play 3,4; Regiorral One-Act Play 4; Al l-Rerjional fast 4; Citizenship Trophy 4; National Honor Society 4; District, Regional and State in Shot Put 4; All District Football team 4. Alton Jank, " Gus " Football l,2,3,4;Volleyball 2,3; Track 1,2,3,4; Softball 1,2,3; Ag . 1,2,3; Speech 4; " G " Club 1,2,3,4; Class Favorite 3; Ag. Officer 3. Joe D. Johnson Basketball 3,4; Baseball 3; Volleyball 1; Track 4; Softball 1,2,3; Ag. 1,2,3; Paper Staff 4. Erwin Landgrebe, " Sonny " Ag. 1,2,3,4; Band 1,2,3,4; Track 4. Adrienne Kenne Volleyball 3,4; Homemaking Club 1 2,3,4; Pep Squad 1,2,3,4. Edgar Krahn, " Faucet " Track 4; Ag, 1,2,3,4; Band 1,2,3,4. Eiroy William Loest, " Monkey " Football 1,2, 3, 4; Volleyball 2, 3; Track 2,3,4; Softball 1,2,3; Ag. 1,2,3; " G " Club 2,3,4; Vice President 3; Ag. Of- ficer 3; Most Valuable Player-football 4. Ray Parr Basketball 3,4; Volleyball 2; Tennis 2 3,4; Softball 1,2,3; Paper Staff 4; Ag! Officer 3; District Tennis Champ-Sen- ior Doubles 3; Regional Participant in Tennis 3. Adela Luna, " Lele " Homemaking Club 1,2,3,4; Spanish Club 2,3; Paper Staff 4. Jo Edgar Meyer, " Jo-Jo " Volleyball 1; Ag. 1; Speech Club 3; Student Council 1; Jr. Play; Sr. Play; Band 1,2,3,4; All District Band 3,4; All Regional Band 4; National Honor Society 4. Robert Ressman, " Curly " Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,3; Vol- leyball 1,2, 3; Track 3,4; Softball 1,2, 3; Ag. 1,2,3,4; Student Council 1,2, 3,4-President 4; " G; Club 2,3,4; Jr. Play; Sr. Play; Ag. 2nd Vice President -2; Ag. Chapter President 3;Ag. Dist- rict Chapter Vice Presidents; Region- al Chapter Secretary 3; F.H. A. Beau 2, 3. Ruben Rubio, " La Corneta " Football 4; Basketball 1 ,2,3,4; Base- bail 1,2,3,4; Ag. 1; " G " Club 2,3,4; Jr. Play; Sr. Ploy; Band 3,4; All-Dist- rict Basketball 3; All-District Baseball 3. Lloyd Allen Schultz, " Chandler " Football 1,2, 3, 4; Volleyball 2, 3; Track 2,3,4; Ag. 1,2,3; Student Council 4; " G " Club 3,4; Class Officer 1,2,3,4; Jr. Play;Class Favorite 4; Football Co- Captain 4; Ag. Officer 3. T ' S Edolina Salazar, " Nina " Softball 1,2,3,4; Homemaking Clob 1 ,2,3,4; Spanish Club 2; Pep Squad 1 , 2,3,4; Paper Staff 3. Roberta Sievers, " Beanpole " Basketball 3,4; HomemakingClub 1 ,2, 3; Pep Squad 3,4; Paper Staff 4; Band 1; National Honor Society 3,4; Student Director of Jr. Plays. Manuel Wisar Frances Lorraine Toerck, " Toerck " , " Little One " Bosketball 1 ,3,4; Basketball Captain 4; Volleyball 1,2,3,4; Softball 1,2; Home- making Club 1,2,3,4; Spanish Club 2, 3; Spanish Club Vice-President 3; Pep Squad 1 ,2, 3, 4; Chora I 1; Student Coun- cil Vice President 3; Annual Staff Co- Editor and Assistant Editor 3,4; Class Officer 2,4; Jr. Play; Ag . Sweetheart 2; Class Favorite 3; Miss G.H.S. 4; Valedictorian; District Spelling 1,3,4; District Shorthand 4; Regional Short- hand 4; Homemaking Chapter President 2; National Honor Society, Vice Pres- ident 3.4. N; Marilyn Watkins Homemaking Club 3; Spanish Club 3; Pep Squad 3,4; Head Cheerleader 4; Choral 4; Speech Club 4; Assistant Ed- itor, Paper Staff 3; Jr. Play; Sr . Play; Valentine Sweetheart 3; Graduation Usherette 3; Ready Writing 3,4; Dec- lamation 4; Transfer 3. Robert D. ' Woodie " Football 4; Basketball 1; Tennis 4; Track 2,4; Ag. 1; Spanish Club 3; Paper Staff 3,4; Sr. Play. Dolores Zielonka, " Dory " , and " Shortie " Basketball 3,4; Homemaking Club 2,3; Pep Squad 2,3,4; Choral Club 4; Stu- dent Council 3,4; Paper Staff 3; Jr. Play;Sr. Play; National Honor Society 3,4; Representative to Patty Welder Coronation. Vida Abrameit Clark Bednorz Charles Bego Ralph Bego Carl Birdwell Elaine Bomar Mary Jo Brandt Idella Bridges 4 - k i T Bill Denham Arthur Dohmann Marjorie Gleinser Darwyn Duderstadt Delia Mae Heller Henry Herriandez Elmer Jacob - President Mildred Karnei - Secretary f ma Anton Loest Jr. Fay Del I Loest Samuel Orta Normo Jean Payne Gene Poldrack - Sentinel Billy Pullin Eriina Reyes Sue Robbins Eusevio Rodriguez Raymond Roycroft Marilyn Schuize Donald Steen Jimmy Stehling Ray Torian - Re;3orter r Robbie Ray Ussery Emilio Vargas Claudette Von Dohlen Jane Von Dohlen - Vice-President Mary Jane Wallace Charles Vorkoper - Treasurer David Wells - Reporter Dorothy Windberg Buddy Young fe i Sophomores p Gayle Albrecht Elmer Arnecke A.J. Bammert kMt Garland Bauch Bonnie Lou Berger Ellanora Berger w otto Bluntzer Fred Brown - Secretary-Treasurer Timothy Donoghue - Reporter Jerry Carabajal Lucy Dell Diebel - Reporter Wayne II Diebel Bud Gebbert - Sergeant-at-Arms Frank Gohike Toni Griffin Im t Elva Guerrero Larry Hausmann N ttr Marlene Hausmann Gaye Lott Johnny Palomarez Billy Perez A 4 « ' Betty Ruth Jerkins Margie Karnei Douglas Lankart - President Ray Rodriquez Bertha Roya Delores Salazar i i n- Betty Lou Pfenniger Samuel Pfenniger Dorothy Ressmann Samuel Steen Deri Stehlinn Georgia Lee Swickheimer Earl Weathers Dennis Weise Norma Wheeler Iris White Vernell Volkmer Clifton Milner Gone fishing I _ ,M Students Future Bookkeepers. What; An tnglish report????? Uh, Oh, General Science test English III busy bodies! At Work Civics hard?? End of a hard day! ! f jm r [PB ■1 Alice Ann Abranneit - Reporter Arlis Walter Adickes - Reporter Harold Edward Baecker - President Valdo Kay Barton Doris Janet Bego - Secretary-Treasurer Dorothy Alline Bego Beverly Bell Arlen Ray Berger Foye Joyce Betke A lyce Annette Boscamp Patricia Dawn Burgess Adon Cardoso Hunter Cunningham Tempel Lester Doerr Wilburn Duderstadt Robert Lee F I ores Valrie Jean Foerster Harold Joe Friedrichs Jesse Pena Garza Richard C . Garza y %ti « Geraldin Gebbert Darrell Lynn Hartnnan Christine Violet Hennig Benny G. Hernandez Patsy Ann Hinton Jimmy Dunn Houston Don Harold Jacob Dwayne Ray Jacobs W ' jyne Ray Jacobs Mary Carolyn Johnson Gloria Ann Kenne Milton Glenn Lockart Doris Ann Loest Dorothy Fay Lude Alton Alvin Oehike Victor Jr. Orto Marcelo Amador Pena Arlis J. preiss Wesley Otto Jr. Rabke VirQinia Alsmenschneider Olga Rodriguez Jo Ann Schlinke Jeanette Idell Schultz Barbara Jean Seidel Clara Elizabeth Smith Garland Ray Smith John Leroy Smith Barbara Ruth Stafford Walter Ray Thigpen E.H. Urban Gayle Vickery Robert James Vorkoper Shirly Ann Weise Carol Jean Wendel Alfred Wisar Gloria Martha Willms Kenneth Ray Williams Martha Jean Young I Miss G. H. S, •im. m, 1 ' 0 %r ' % Mr. G. H. S, Kid Day Ah, come on, have u i.ouil. Shoot that squirrel ! One, two, buckle my shoe. Come kids, don ' t fight. Wanna race? Organizations tji Back row, left to right: John Smith, Larry Hausmann, Ray Torian, Gayle Albrecht, Edgar Foerster, Mrs. Manning, Elmer Jacob, Vida Abameit. Front row: Toni Griffin, Lloyd Schultz, Billy Johnson, Robert Ressmann, Jane Von Dohlen, Mildred Karnei, Delores Zielonkia, Doris Bego. The Student Council of Goliad High School Robert Ressmann President Jane Von Dohlen Vice-President Mildred Karnei Secretary j . : f tjf H jr :i i| i ' M % Tiger Band C o u n c f Twirlers: Elaine Bomar, Head twirler; Gaye Lott, Claudette Von Dolhen, Drum Major; Geraldine Geb- bert, Aildred Karnei . Band Sweetheart Claudette Von Dolhen Flag Bearers: Valda Barton, Martha Young, Patsy Hinton. Band Officers: Claudette Von Dolhen, Raymond Roycroft, Gorgia Doerr, Rita Jacob, Peggy Hoff, Charles Vorkoper, Elaine Bomar. The Mission Staff of 1952-53 Editor Elizabeth Gottschald Assistant Editor Frances Toerck Business Manager Jane Von Dohlen Assistant Business Manager Ray Torian Art Editor Helen Cox Assistant Art Editor Margie Gleinser Photo Editor Harvey Baker Assistant Ploto Editor Tim Donoghue Sports Editor Billy Johnson Assistant Sports Editor Elaine Bomar Social Editor Gaye Lott Assistant Social Editor Iris White Soonsor Mrs. Burgess We, the mennbers of the Annual Staff of 1953, have enjoyed pre- paring this year book for you. We have done our best to put into this book our very best efforts. We hope that through the years it will be treasured by each as a record of happy days spent in high school. Paper Staff Ed itor C. J. Cli nksca I es Assistant Editor Lizzie Gottschald KAanajing Editor Elaine Bomar Art Editor Margie Gleinser Assistant Art Edit ' - ' r Idella Bridges Sports Editors Miary J. Wo I lace Bobby Woods Bil ly Johnson Society Editor Dorothy Windberg Circulation Manager Mildred Karnei Copy Editors Sue Robbins Roberta Sievers Reoorters Mary Jo Brandt Delia M. Heller Faye D. Loest Mary Jean Gleinser Adella Luna Norma J . Payne Ray Parr Harvey Baker Advisor Mr . A . D . Wood Back row, left to right; Georgia Lee Swickheimer, Ray Rodriguez, Gayle Albrecht, Fred Brown, Mrs. Ruth Calhoun, Instructor. First row; Johnny Palomarez, Adela Luna, Eriina Reyes, Henry Hernandez, Tomothy Donoghue. Spanish Club G ' Club Back row, left to right; Lupe Baldez, Tony Garcia, Lloyd Schultz, Bill Denhom, Elmer Jacob, Gene Poldrack, David Wells. Front row: Emilio Vargas, EIroy Loest, Billy Johnson, Ruben Rubio, Garlan Hoff, Henry Hernan- dez, Buddy Young, Robert Ressmann. G. H. S. Pep Squad Top row, left to right: Mrs. Borth, sponsor; Adrienne Kenne, Edolina Salazcr, Dorthy Bego, Bar- bara Seidel, Doris Bego, Betty Jerkins, Helen Cox, Jeanette Scliultz. Second row; Janie Baecker, Gloria Willms, Jeonice Holton, Virginia Reminschneider, Idella Bridges, Patty Jacob, Mary Jo Brandt, Billy Perez. Third row; Lucy Diebel, Cheerleader; Roy Torian, Alvce Boscamp, Jerry Carabajal, Carol Wen- dal, Beverly Bell, Faye Joyce Bethke, Mar ;ie Gleinser, Faye Deli Loest, Mary Jean Gleinser, Cheerleader. Fourth row: Frances Toerck, C. J. Clinkscales, Dorthy Windberg, Elva Guerrero, Eriina Reyes, Dolores Zielonka, Marilyn Schultz, Roberta Sievers. Front row; Liz Gottschald, Cheerleader; Marilyn Watkins, Head Cheerleade r; Jane Von Dohlen, Cheerleader. Yea Blue Yea White Mary Jean Gleinser Head Cheerleader Marilyn Watkins Jane Von Dohlen LI.. Cottschold Lucy Dell Diebel Vocational Agriculture Back row, left to right; Edgar Krahn, Garlan Hott, jm-imy Stehling, Billy Johnson, Buddy Young, Arlen Berger, Robert Ressmann, Arils Preiss. Fifth row; Deri Stehling, Frank Gohike, Wayne Fromme, Erwin Landgrebe, Don Jacob, Dennis Weise, Wesley Rabke, Harold Friedrichs, Walter Thigpen, Fourth row; Charles Bego, Ray Rodriguez, Sammy Steen, Darwyn Duderstodt, Harold Baecker, Wayne Jacob, Kenneth Williams. Third row; Alton Oehike, Alfred Wisar, Elmer Jacob, Elmer Arnecke, Otto Bluntzer, Arlis Adickes, Hunter Cunningham, Clifton Jacob. Second row; E. H. Urban, Anton Loest, Larry Hausmann, Ralph Bego, Clark Bednorz, Dwayne Jacob, Harold Dreier, Earl Weathers, Arthur Dohmann, Instructor; Morris N. Dye. First row; Darrell Hartmann, Wilburn Duderstodt, Timoth Donoghue, David Wells, Gene Poldrack, A. J. Bammert, Sammy Pfenniger, Garland Smith, John Smith. Arlyn Berger, Walf-er Thigpen, Wilburn Duderstadt Kenneth Williams and Harold Beaker grouped around their second place farm skill pennant. Third place Chapter Conducting — Back row; left to right: Garland Smith, Wayne Jacob, Arlis Preiss, Dw iyne Jacob, Arlis Addicks. Front row; Alton Oehike, Hunter Cunningham, E. H. Urban. Future Farmers of America Chapter Conducting grouped by: Back row; Ray Rod- riquez, Darwyn Duderstadt, Elmer Arnecke, Elmer Jacob, Larry Hausmann. Front row; Clark Bednorz, Ralph Bego, Anton Loest, Arthur Dohmann, Wayne Fromme . Larry Hausrrrann holds his second place public speaking pennant. Back row; Ralph Bego, Elmer Arnecke, Darwyn Duderstodt, Clark Bednorz. Front row; Arthur Doh- monn, Anton Loest, Larry Hausmann, Dennis Weise, Elmer Jacob. Sam Pfenniger, Otto Bluntzer, Harold Dreier holding their first place farm skills oennant. Champion Radio Broadcasters — A.J. tammert, Frank Gohike, Sam Steen, Dennis Weise, Clifton Jacob. The first place farm qui pennant held by Don Jacob and John Smith. Top row, left to right; Mrs. Bauch, director; Betty Watkins, Vida Abrameit, Merlyn Bethke, Idella Bridges, Gloria Willms, Norma Jean Payne, Toni Griffin, Delia Heller, Mary Car- olyn Johnson, Alyce Boscamp, Georgia Doerr, Ray Torian, Norma Jean Wheeler, Elaine Bomar, Dorthy Bego, Carol Wendal, Liz Gottschald, Peggy Hoff. Front row: Dolores Zielonka, Patsy Hinton, Jane Von Dohlen, Gloria Kenne, Barbara Sei- del, Claudette Von Dohlen, Balda Kay Barton, Martha Young, Virginia Reminschneider, Marilyn Schultz, Mary Jo Brandt, C.J. Clinkscales, Pat Burgess, Faye Dell Loest, Helen Cox. Choral Club ln A - » ' ' ? ' U- Key there mule! What ' s cookin ' pard ' ner? Smilin ' Cowgirls Western Mr. Cowboy, Larry Payne Miss Cowgirl, Elaine Bomar Do you need any help? Ride ' em cowboys! Home on the Range W " - m itm 1 a: t , 1. i T ' Ai -t4 1952 School SEPTEMBER 2 Firsf day of school . 12 First football game of the season. Goliad-6 Pettus-0 19 O! Woe is us. We lost to Woodsboro 13-0. 24 Yippee!! Senior rin gs came in. 26 We lost again to Refugio. The score 31-0 27 Bond played at A I football game in Kingsville. OCTOBER 1 Installation of F. H. A. officers and installation of F. H. A. Freshmen. 3 Our losing streak continues. Three Rivers won 25-2. 6 School pictures token. 10 The Tigers dropped the game to George West 12-6 12-16 Seniors initiate the Freshmen. 16 Journalism Class visited Advocate Plant in Victoria. 17 We lost again. Palacios beat us 26-6. 21 The band journeyed to Refugio Parade. 24 The Tigers scalped the Ganado Indians 19-7. 25 Tiger Band attended parade and rodeo in Beeville. 31 We lost to Kenedy 37-0. The P.T.A. sponsored a Halloween Carn- ival and Sock Hop. NOVEMBER 2-3 F.H.A. Week observed. 4 Panel discussion was held by F.H.A. 7 Football game with Yorktown. We lost 19-6. 14 School pictures arrived. 14 Vanderbilt won our last football game 37-0. 15 District F. F. A . leadership contest held in Victoria. 22 Band marching contest held here in Goliad. 26 Student Council Sponsored Thanksgiving Assembly . Out for Thanks- giving holidays. DECEMBER 3 Robert Ressmann and Frances Toerck were elected Mr. and Miss G.H. S. 6 Regional nnarching and twirling contest in Robstown. 12 F.H.A. Christmas style show. 13 Boys basketball tournament held in Goliad. 13 Band Banquet. 13 Installation of F .F .A. officers and initiation of Greenhonds. F.F.A. Sweetheart Patty Jacob. 22 Christmas Cantata sponsored by Choral Club. 23 Hurrah! Chrlstrrxis Holidays. Out for two weeks. Calendar 1953 JANUARY 5 Back to school again. 10 District Band in Refugio. 22 Football Banquet. 23-24 Girls Basketball tournament in Pettus. Tigerettes win consolation. 24 F.H.A. went to area meeting in Port Lavaca. 29-31 Regional Band in Kingsville. FEBRUARY 5 Band Concert. 11-13 State Band in Galveston. 12 F.H.A. Western Sweetheart supper. 13 Tigerettes lost basketball game of season. Tigerettes win over Re- fugio 27-23 16 Ralph Bego and Margie Karnei were crowned Courtesy King and Queen of G. H.S. 19 Senior Play " Papa Says No. " 24 F.H.A. and F.F.A. went to Fat Stock Show and Rodeo in San Antonio. 26 District F.F.A. Banquet. 27 Western Day is here again. Elaine Bomar and Larry Payne chosen Miss Cowgirl and Mr. Cowboy of G.H.S. MARCH 3 Informal Greenhand Initiation. 12 Band contest in Goliad. 13 Junior Hobo Day. 14 Banquet honoring basketball girls. 20-21 Regional playing contest in Kingsville. 24 Goliad takes district in one act play " Strange Road " . 24 Banquet honoring basketball girls and boys. Elaine Bomar and Rubio chosen outstanding players. APRIL 1 Kid Day and Bar-B-Q . School meet held in Goliad. 3-6 Easter Holidays 10-1 1 District track meet in Robstown. 16 Junior play " No More Homework. " MAY 1-2 F.H.A. State meeting In San Antonio. 1 Senior Prom. 2 Band went to Kenedy Flax Festival. 9 State Track Meet in Austin. 13 F.F.A. Father and Son Banquet. 14 Junior-Senior Banquet. 17 Band Concert. 17 Baccalaureate Services for Seniors. 21 Commencement. 22 School is out for the summer. ADMIT ONE ADULT GHS Junior Class Play " NO MORE HOMEWORK " 3-Act Comedy Goliad School Auditorium THURSDAY, APRIL 16, 1953 Curtain Time: 7:30 o ' clock P. M. ADMISSION: $ .75 Characters Miss Goodwin Mildred Karnei Mrsj Clendenning Mary Jo Brandt Miss Ogilvie Vida Abrameit Mr. Harper Raymond Roycroft Coach Guthrie David Wells Mr. Lundquist Jimmy Stehlrnn Pamela Jones Jane Von Dohlen " Buzz " Bailey Anton Loest Shalimar Ames Elaine Bomar " Midge " Murphy Delia Mae Heller Faversham Lightly Arthur Dohmann Tallulah Ploetz Claudette Von Dohlen Rona Id Sasson Buddy Youn Miss Dill Margie Gleinser " Tick " Tok Donald Steen Mrs. Ratchet Roy Torian Elmer S. Ames Charles Vorkooer Vice-Principal??? You Bow-legged CyC " So Ron Boy is coming with me. " " And I sujpcse I ' m the Queen of Sheba " MUSIC BY LEETIEMANN his drums and orchestra J3 ' De Cooks " ' De Hell- Junior-Senior Banquet Honored Guests Mississlopi River Boys De Peoples Hobo Day A Beauty Review??? Hobos — Ray Torion, Dorothy Windburg, Elaine Bomar, Jane Von Dohlen, Claudette Von Dohlen, Delia Mae Heller. " Scrub Women for Hire! ! Eager beavers--Erlina Reyes, Vida Abremeit, Marilyn Schultz. Sports Football 1952 Back row, left to right; Clifton Jacob, David Wells, Gene Poldrack, Tony Garcia, Wes- ley Robke, Sam Orta, Benny Hernandez, Bobby Wood. Third row; Coach Gohike, Mgr. Elmer Arnecke, Alfred Wesar, Bud Gebbert, Buddy Young, Harold Baker, Fred Brown, A. J. Bammert, Coach Peacock. Second row: Mgr. Johnny Poiamoraz, Boogie Weathers, Tim Donoghue, Sam Steen, Henry Hernandez, Bill Denham, Elroy Loest, Elmer Jacob, Alton Jank. Bottom row; Dennis Weise, Ruben Rubio, Robert Ressmann, Emelio Vargas, Co-Captain Billy Johnson, Garlan Hoff, Co-Captain Lloyd Schultz. Not pictured: Dewey Smith 1952 SEASONS SCHEDULE Goliad - VS - Pettus Goliad - VS - Woodsboro Goliad - VS - Three Rivers Goliad - VS - Refugio Goliad - VS - Georgewest Goliad - VS - Palacios Goliad - VS - Ganado Gol iad - VS - Kenedy Goliad - VS - Industrial Goliad - VS - York town I i Tiger Lettermen Bi lly Johnson CuKIuJ I ulM — Sr-3L Tackle All-District Lloyd Schultz Lo-Captain Sr-2L Guard Honorable Mention A . D. ! ' •f -t f- 1 Alton Jank Sr-4L End All-Uistrict EIroy Loest Sr-3L Halfback Most Valuable Player Elect T a ny G a rgi a Sr-2L Halfback Garlan Hoff Sr-3L Center Honorable Mention A . D. Tiger Lettermen Ruben Rubio Henry Hernandez Jr-2L Fullback Honorable Mention A.D. 5r-l L Giuorrerbnt k Robert Ressmann Sr-3L End timer Jacob Jr-2L Guard bam Urta Jr-lL Guard Gene Poldrack Jr-2L Quarterback Tiger Lettermen iJoph-lt End Tiger Favorites Lloyd Gohike Asst. Coach Johnny Peacock Head Coach Basketball Top row, left to right: Ralph Bego, Fred Brov n, Sam Orta, Joe D. Johnson, Anton Loest, John- ny Palamoraz, Coach Peacock, Bottom row: Gene Poldrack Ray Parr, Garlan Hoff, Buddy Young, Billy Johnson, Bill Denham, Ruben Rubio. Tiger Cagers Johnny Palamoraz Soph-lL Guard Ruben Rubio Sr-3L Guard Most Valuable Player Elect Anton Loest Jr-Squad Guard Joe D. Johnson Sr -Squad Guard Tiger Cagers Sam Orta Jr-Sqd. Guard Ralph Bego Jr-Sqd. Forward Fred Brown Soph-Sqd. Forward Track Back row, left to right; Sam Steen, EIroy Loest, Alton Jank, Billy Johnson, Buddy Young, Bill Denhcm, Lloyd Schultz, Coach Johnny Peacock. Middle row; Donald Steen, Joe D. Johnson, Dennis Weise, Harold Joe Friedrichs, Harold Baker, Raymond Roycroft, Erwin Landgrebe, Edgar Krahn. Bottom row; Clifton Jacob, Alfred Wesar, Gene Poldrack, Deri Stehling, Fred Brown, DavidWells, Bobby Wood . Tiger Tracksters Alton Jank Sr-4L Sprinter 100 yd., 440 dash, 440 relay, discus. ' Regional Qualifier Billy Johnson Sr-2L Shot-Discus District Champion Shot-put 2nd. Place Regional State Qualifier Lloyd Schultz Sr-lL Half-Mile Tiger Tracksters Bill Denham Jr-Sqd. Mile t Clifton Jacob Soph-lL Relays Regional Qualifier Gene Poldrack Jr-Sqd. Half-Mile Alfred Wesar Fres-lL [Relays Dennis Welse Soph-lL Relays Regional Qualifier Sam Steen Soph-IL Sprints Relays Regional Qualifier Harold Freidrichs Fres-Sqd. Discus Baseball Back row, left to right; Coach Lloyd Gohike, Manuel Weser, Johnny Polomorez, Ruben Rubio, Bud Gebbert, Ennelio Vargas, A. J. Bammert, Tony Garcia, Coach Johnny Peacock. Front row; Earl Weathers, Ray Rodriguez, Gene Poldrack, Henry Hernandez, Billy Johnson, Sam Steen, Garlan Hoff, Benny Hernandez, Lupe Baldez. Billy Johnson Sr-3L P-OF Tiger Baseball Ll--.- Garlan Hoff Sr-3L 2nd. Base ■ ' " ■ ; ' ■ " Ruben Rubio Sr L P-IF SEASON SCHEDULE Go! ad 6 Nordheim 7 Gol ad Yoakum 14 Gol ad 5 Beeville 6 Gol Gol ad ad 12 Georgewest Skidmore 7 6 Gol ad Three Rivers 8 Gol ad 11 St. Jo 3 Gol Gol ad ad 12 19 Georgewest Skidmore 4 2 Gol ad 7 Ma this Gol ad 7 Three Rivers 5 Gol ad 13 Ma this 1 Gol ad 4 St. Jo 3 DISTRICT 52-B SCHEDULE Totals 96 Lupe Baldez Sr-4L SS-P 66 Goliad Georgewest 7 Goliad Three Rivers o Goliad 12 Skidmore 6 Goliad 12 Georgewest 4 Goliad 7 Mathis Goliad 19 Skidmore 2 Goliad 7 Three Rivers 5 Goliad 13 Skidmore 1 Totals 70 Season Won -7 Record Lost -6 33 Dist. Record Won Lost -2 Tony Garcia Manuel Wesar Sr-3L Catcher Sr-Sqd. OF . " :i -fHi. " . ' .. _ I i _ 2) ' Tiger Baseball Henry Hernandez Jr-2L 1st Base Johnny Palamoraz Soph-IL OF Benny Hernandez Fres. -1 L 3rd Base BATTING AVERAGES Henry Hernandez .455 Harold Baker .312 Garlan Hoff .276 Billy Johnson .270 Ruben Rubio .257 Tony Garcia .250 Lupe Baldez .234 Manuel Wesar .133 Johnny Palamoraz .132 Benny Hernandez .050 A. J. Bammert .000 Gene Poldrack .000 PITCHERS RECORDS Ruben Rubio Won 3 Lost 2 Billy Johnson Won 3 Lost 3 Lupe Baldez Won 1 Lost 1 FINAL STANDINGS DIST. 52-B Three Rivers Won 7 Lost 1 Goliad Won 6 Lost 2 Georgewest Won 5 Lost 3 Mathis Won 2 Lost 6 Skidmore --Won Lost 3 Gene Poldrack Jr-Sqd. OF A.J. Bammert Soph-Sqd. Catcher Girls ' ' A ' Team Left to right: Rita Jacob, Fay Dell Loest, Elvo Guerrero, Marilyn Schultz, Frances Toerck, Geo- rgia Ann Doerr, Roy Torion, Elaine Bomor, Helen Cox, Margie Gleinser, Jane Von Dohlen. Coach, Mrs. " Stump " Borth. Not Pictured; Mary Jane Wallace. Girls ' ' B " Team Back row, left to right: Patty Jacob, Babara Siedel, Lucy Dell Diebel, Betty Ruth Jerkins, Alyce Boscamp, Fay Joyce Bethke, Dorothy Ressmonn, Jerry Carabajal, Jerry Gebbert, Coach Borth. Bottonn row: Roberta Sievers, Doris Loest, Jeanice Houlton, Toni Griffin, Gaye Lott, Erlino Reyes, Billie Perez, Martha Flores, Delores Zielonka, Mgr. C. J. Clinkscales. Forwards FAY DELL LOEST Lettered 2 yrs. Forward ELAINE BOAMR Lettered 3 yrs. For M3rd RAYTORIAN Lettered 3 yrs. Forward AMRGIE GLEiNSER Lettered 1 yr. Forward AARY JANE WALLACE Lettered 2 yrs. Forward HELEN COX Lettered 1 yr. Forward Guards O FRANCES TOERCK Captain Lettered 3 yrs. Guard JANE VON DOHLEN Lettered 3 yrs. Guard RITA JACOB Lettered 2 yrs. Guard GEORGIA ANN DOERR Lettered 2 yrs. Guard ELVA GUERERA Lettered 1 yr. Guard MARILYN SCHULZ Lettered 2 yrs. Guard Volleyball ' W Team Left to right: Rita Jacob, Mary Jean Gleinser, Merlyn Betfike, Mary Jane Wallace, Frances To- erck. Fay Joyce Bethke, Jerry Carabajal, Adrienne Kenne, Janie Baecker. Left to right: Basketball Coach, Mrs. Stump Borth; Team Manager, C. J. Clinkscales. Softball Team i " %y € f» € i-W " iL -tw N Left to ri ' 2 ' ht; Ray Torian, Mary Jane Wallace, Fay Joyce Bethke, Elaine Bonnar, Jerry Caraba jal , Liz; Gottschald, Peggy Hoff, Rita Jacob, Edolina Salazar, Margie Gleinser. Tennis Team Left to ri; ht: Doris Loest, Barbara Siedel, Ray Torian, Delia Mae Heller, Elaine Bomar, Jerry Gebbert. A. D. Wood Tennis Coach. Boys ' Tennis i V ' ».. k - ' A - .. Left to right: A. D. Wood, Coach; Milton Lockhart, Jimmy Houston, Clark Bednorz, Harold Baker, Dewey Smith, Larry Payne. Future Homemakers of Waynell Diebel, Treasurer; Carol Jean Wendei, Historian; Iris White, Reporter; Patty Jacob, Pres- ident; Dorothy Ressmann, Vice-President; Gloria Willms, Song Leader; Margie Karnei, Secretary. 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