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For your many contributions to
our lives, for your optimism and en-
thusiasm, for your Warm and under-
standing smile, for the twinkle in
your eye, for your kindnesses, and
for your ever willingness to help us,
we dedicate this 1958 Tiger Echo
to you, Mrs. Zelma Hutsell.
Linda Adams Kenneth Dooley QEISEREQQRTTION
Claye Hegert julia Crutcher WHO,S WHO
Betty Cooper Norma Ehlert FACULTY
Marcie Gest Mary Holley SENIORS
Jay Pierce Helen Hill UNDERCLASSMEN
Dorothy Sanders George Cooper IUNIOR HIGH
Mary Sollivan Charles McDonald ELEMENTARY
Barbara Trail Violet Orsak DEPARTMENTS
Doyle Wright Joan Ruley CLUBS
Ruby Beckendorff Jeanette Srubar ATHLETICS
Steve Lightfoot Walter Lee MOMENTS To REMEMBER
james E. Taylor
The secret of success in life, is
for an individual to be ready for
his or her opportunity when it
comes. So called "Sheer Luck or
Breaks" play a minor role in one's
climb up the ladder of success.
I trust that you have chartered
your course of study wisely and
have made the most of your time
and talent so that you can take ad-
vantage of the opportunity when
Here's wishing for you much
success and happiness.
M. L. Scott, Vice-Presidentg D. Woods, O. E. Rhoads, D. E. Elder President'
J. E. Taylor, Superintendentg A. J. Mangum, G. L. Short, Secretaryg Van Scroggins,
Treasurerg W. D. Fussell, Business Manager.
High School Prifzripnl Elemezzmry Priizcipal
In the new atomic age, individual effort and an Iwish you success and happiness.
achievement commensurate with ability is even more im-
. . . . Yours truly,
portant if America is to remain strong. Students must
take advantage of the many learning experiences that are
offered to them.
M 2 Q A. Harris
jack F. Rhodes
ALBERT THOMPSON, JR. GRACE WEINMAN JACK RHOADS GRACE WEINMAN
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The Student Council, which is a full-fledged member of the National Association of
Student Councils, met in call meetings at various times during the year. One rep-
resentative was elected out of each homeroom. The principal duty of the Student
Council is to grant the wishes of the student body as much as they possibly can.
Albert Thompson, PreJiden1f,' jack Rhodes, Vire-P1'efidefzt,' Carol Ann Grisbee, Secre-
taryy Jim Bone, T1'ea.rzzrer,' Stanley McDonald, Reporler.
ALLISON, MRS. FAERIE
BAKER, MRS. MONTYNE
BLACK, ALBERT G.
CAPERS, MRS. LOVENIA
DAVIS, MRS. W. M.
FIELDER, MRS. O. L.
FUSSELL, MRS. W. D.
HAYES, MISS JEANETTE
HUTSELL, MRS. ZELMA
LEGGETT, MRS. MIRIAM
PATTISON, MRS. HAZEL
SLOAN, MRS. WALDINE
SPRUELL, MRS. FANNIE LOU
WALDRIP, MRS. DOROTHY
BAKER, PHILIP G.
BOULIGNY, J. E.
BRIGHT, JOE H.
FRANZ, MISS DORIS
High School English
GILL, MISS IOHNOWEEN
GIRNDT, MRS. BARBARA
HAIZLIP, RICHARD C.
High School Science
Junior High Mathematics
KIRCHOFF, MRS. MARTHA E
Girls' Physical Education
High School Social Studies
High School Mathematics
PRYOR, MRS. REBA
junior High Social Studies
ROBINSON, L. D.
junior High Coach
SHURBET, MRS. RUTH
SWOGETINSKY, MISS BETTY A.
High School English
Junior High English
WAGNER, MRS. JANE
W. D. FUSSELL
WILKINSON, DRAKEMRS. GIPSON, MRS. BELL, MRS. HILDA
MRS. HARRIET WANDA LORENE Secretary to the Busi-
Secretary to the Super- Secretary to the Ele- Secretary to the High ness Manager
intendent mentary Principal SC11001 Principal
MR. CLARK WILKINSON
High School Custodian
High School Custodian
David Nelson, P7'6'.fid97Zf,' Jack Rhoads, Vice-Preridefzl, Grace Weinman, Serretfzryy
Pat Harrell, Trearzzrer,' Donnie Faulk, SEI'g66lIZl'-dl-111'777J'.
This has been a very active and successful year. The Seniors were very busy with
activities, studies, and making money for their trip. They had several money making
projects such as: bake sales, basketball concessions, and hobo days.
They have enjoyed several parties given in their honor, dinners given in their
honor, and the junior-Senior Banquet and Prom.
As the year drew to a close the thought of final tests and exams didn't dampen their
spirits for the trip. On the morning of May ten at 5:30 A.M., they left the high
school for Lost Valley Dude Ranch. Here they spent three days horseback riding, swim-
ming, dancing, golfing, hay riding along with bar-be-cue, and little sleeping.
May 29 was Graduation-this concluded a year that these members of this class
will never forget.
Room mothers were: Mrs. Watts, Mrs.
Hovsepian, Mrs. Grisbee, and Mrs. Thompson.
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LYN DA KAY ADAMS
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Annual Staff 2, 4, Editor 4, Sci-
ence Club 1, 2, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Press Club 1, College Prep. 4, jr.
Red Cross 3, Secretary, Queen of Hearts, Friendliest Girl, Senior Class
WILLIAM I. ALCORN
Science Club 1, 2, F.T.A. 1, 2, Read-
ing Club 1, Outdoor Sports 1, 23
Number Sense 2, F.F.A. 2, Hot Rod
Volleyball 1 2 3 4 Lettered 3, 4, Track 3, First, 440 relay, Second,
220 relay Baseball 1 2 FHA. 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Squad 1, 2, 3, Press
Club 2 3 4 First Aid 1 Chorus 1, Girls Sports 4, Referee Club
3 Art Business Manager 4 Tennis 1, 2, 3, Lettered 1, 2, 3, Annual
Staff Business Manager 4 Hall Duty 1, 2, 3, 4.
VANETA REESE BROADUS
Dallas High School 1, 2, 3, Katy
High School 4, Annual Staff 4.
PERRY VANDORN COOK, II
Outdoor Sports 3, Reporter, F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Hot Rod Club 33 Science
Club 3, 4, Photo Club 4, College Prep. 4, Shop 1, 2.
ELSIE WILMA DOCKAL
Pep Squad 1, 2, 3, Reporter 33
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4
Secretaries Club 3, 4, Secretary 4,
First Aid 2, Science Club 2, 4.
MARVIN REINHART EHLERT, JR.
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Outdoor Sports 1, 2, First Aid 2, Chorus 3, 4, College
Prep, 4, jr. Red Cross 3.
GENE PAUL ELKINS
Football 2, Basketball 2, F.F.A. 2,
Reading Club 2, Cheerleader 3.
JOHN H. CULPEPPER
Football 1, 2, 3, Lettered 2, 3, Captain 3, All-District 3, Track 1, 2, 3,
Lettered 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Lettered 2, 3, Tiger Club 2, 3, Library
Club 2, First Aid 1, Safety First 1, Reading Club 2, 3, F.F.A, 2,
Letterman's Club 4, Most Friendly 4.
DONNIE R. FAULK
Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Lettered 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4, Track 1, 2,-5Q Bas-
ketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Lettered 3, 4, F.F.A. 2, 3, 4, Sergeant-at-Arms 4, Li-
brary Club 1, Esquire Club 1, Reading Club 1, 2, Tiger Club 2, 3, 4,
Vice-President 4, Science Club 4, Chorus 4, Annual Staff 2, Duke in
Queen of Hearts 1, Most Handsome 4, Mr. K.H.S. 4.
JOYCE VERNELL FRANZ
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Secretary 1, Spanish Club 2, 3, F.H.A. 1, 2,
3, 4, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, College Prep. 4, Spelling Club 2, Shorthand
4, Fourth place, Student Council 2, Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, Perfect At-
tendance 1, 2, Jr. Play 3.
JAMES TALCOTT GROTTE
Lamar High School 1, 2, 3, Katy High School 4, Drama Club, 4,
Photo Club 4.
ROBERT E. FREEMAN
Football 3, Lettered 3, Track 1, 3,
F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 1, Library
Club 1, 2, Hot Rod Club 3, Photo
JOHN RAYMOND FRY
Band 1, 2, 3, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Lettered Z, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4,
Lettered 4, F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, President 3, Treasurer 2, Class President 3,
Class Treasurer 2, Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, Science Club 2, 3, 4, First
place winner 3, 4, Physics, Number Sense 1, 2, 4, First Aid 1, National
Honor Society 3, College Prep. 4, President 4, Esquire Club 3, 4,
Treasurer 4, Tiger Club 3, 4, Historian 4, Jr. Play 3, Chorus 3, Most
Likely to Succeed 4.
CAROL ANN GRISBEE
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Twirler 3, 4, Class
Reporter 2, Class Secretaly 33 F.H.A.
1, 2, 3, 4, Corresponding Secretary
3, President 4, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4,
Junior Red Cross 3, Secretaries Club
4, Vice-President 4, Typing 3, Sec-
ond in District, Student Council,
Secretary 4, Class Favorite 1, 2,
Honor Roll 1, 4, Jr. Play 3, F.F.A.
Sweetheart 4, National Honor So-
ciety 4, D.A.R. Representative 4.
Chorus 2 3 4 Future Secretaries 4
Treasurer 4g Press Club 43 Honor
Roll 1, 2, 3, 43 National Honor So-
ciety 4g D.A.R. Nominee 4.
Football- 1, 33.I.ettered 33 Track 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball 1 2 3' F.F.A
3, 43 First Aid 23 Reading Club 2, 33 Esquire 43 Chorus 4g Cheer
MARY EVLYN HOLLEY
F.H.A. 1, 2, 33 jr. Red Cross 2, 3, 4
j.R.C. President 43 Reading Club 2
33 Chorus 2, 3, 43 Annual Staff 4
Pep Squad 2, 33 President 3.
WINNIE INEZ HALL
F.F.A. 1, 3, 43 Pep Squad 1, 23 Press Club 23 First Aid 23 Chorus 2
Reading 33 Outdoor Sports 43 Future Secretaries 43 Baseball 1, 2
DEAN FRANKLIN HOOD
Football Manager 4g Esquire Club 1, 3, 43 Reading Club 2, 33 Dra-
matics 13 Sergeant-at-Arms 43 F.F.A. 2, 33 Photo Club 43 College Prep 4.
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Squad 1, 2, Chorus 1, 2,
Science 1, 2, 3, 4, Dramatics Club 3, 45 Treasurer 4, Press Club 2,
Salesman 3, Spelling Club 3, President, Girls' Softball 2, junior
Play5 Lady-in-Waiting 45 Girl of the Month F.F.A. 4.
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4,
Library Club 2, 3, Reading Club 1,
2, 3, Jr. Red Cross 2, 3, 4, Future
Secretaries Club 4.
HELEN MOURETTE JORDEN
Volleyball 2, 4, Basketball 3, All Star Team, F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4,
Library Club 2, 3, Reporter 3, Future Secretaries 4, President, Girls
Sports 1, Reading Club 1, Science 1, Spelling 3, Baseball 1, jr.
Red Cross 2, 3.
DORIS AUDREY LATHAM
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4,
F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, F.T,A. 3, 4, Re-
porter 3, President 4, District Band
2, 3, 4, First Aid 2, Press Club 3,
Reporter, College Prep 45 Spanish
1, Girls' Softball 25 Junior Play,
Princess in Queen of Hearts 4.
WALTER HOXWELL LEE
Attended Lamar High School 1, 2, Katy 3, 4, Photo Club 3, Science
Club 33 Junior Play, F,F.A. 4.
Basketball 33 Library Club Treas-
urer 33 Dramatics 13 F.H.A. 1, 2, 33
Reading Club 13 Science Club 1, 23
Chorus 23 Pep Squad 23 Photo Club
33 Spelling Club 3, J.R.C. 3.
DAVID NEAL NELSON
Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Football 2, 3, 4, Lettered as Manager 2, 3, 43
Track 3, 43 President of Class 43 Sergeant-at-Arms lg Vice-President
Outdoor Sports Club 23 Vice-President F.F.A. 33 F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 43 Tiger
Club 2, 3, 43 Slide Rule 3, Esquire 3, 43 College Prep. 4.
ERVIN JAMES PABEN
F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior Advisor 33
Reading Club 1, 2, 33 Sergeant-ab
Arms Outdoor Sports 43 Science
Band 2, 3, 4g Football 2, 3, 4, Lettered 3, 43 Track 2, 3, 43 Basket
ball 2, 33 Class Treasurer 33 Tiger Club 3, 43 Secretary-Treasurer 3
Tiger Club, 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 43 Chorus 2, 3, 43 Outdoor Sports 2
Slide Rule 33 Esquire Club 33 College Prep. 43 'Class Favorite 3
Prince in Queen of Hearts 4.
THOMAS S. PARKER
Football 1, Lettered 13 Track 1, 23 Basketball Manager 1, 23 F.F.A.
1, 2, 3, 4g Science Club 23 Esquire 3, 4.
DOROTHY IRENE PECK
F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Squad 1, 2, Reading Club 2, 3, Future Secre-
JACK DAVID RHOADS
Band 1, 2, 3, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Lettered 1, 2, 3, 4, All-District 2,
3, 4, Second Team All-State 4, All-District Tri-Captain 4, Track 1, 2,
3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Lettered 3, 4, Freshman Class President,
First Aid 2, Jr. Red Cross 2, Vice-President 4, Vice-President Esquire
Club 4, Esquire 3, 4, Tiger Club 2. 3, 4, Tennis 3, 4, Lettered 3, 4,
Student Council Vice-President, National Honor Society 3, 4, junior
JOHNNIE W. PHILLIPS
Outdoor Sports 1, 2, 3, 4, Reading
Club 1, 3, Science Club 2, Dra-
matics Club 2, Esquire 3, 4, F.F.A.
Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Lettered 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4,
Lettered 4, Class Reporter 1, F.F.A. Reporter 3, Treasurer 4, Outdoor
Sports 1, 2, 4, F.F.A. 2, 3, 4, Letterman's Club 4, College Prep. 4,
King in Queen of Hearts 4.
PATSY RUTH RAY
Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Head Cheer-
leader 3, 4, Football Sweetheart 4,
Volleyball "B" Team 2, 3, "A"
Team 4, Softball 1, 2, Referees Club
3, Parliamentarian 1, Sergeant-at
Arms F.H.A. 2, F.H.A. 1, 2, 3,
F.T.A. 3, Chorus 1, 3, Tigerette 4,
Tennis 4, Lettered 4, Hall Duty,
Duchess in Queen of Hearts 3.
Football 3, 4, Lettered 43 Track 1,
3, 4, Lettered 43 Class Treasurer lg
F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Reporter 2, Treas-
urer 3, Service Award 1, 2, 33 First
Aid lg Current Events 13 Reading
2g Spanish 23 Tiger Club 2, 3, 43
Slide Rule 43 Reading 23 Esquire 3.
43 junior Playg Science Fair, Physics
ALBERT WILLIAM THOMPSON, JR.
Band 1, 2, 3. 43 Football 1, 2, 3, 4, All-District 2, 5, 4. Tri-Captain 4,
Lettered 1, 2, 3, 43 Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Lettered 3, 4g Basketball 1, 2,
33 Class Vice-President 1, President 2, Sergeant-at-Arms 33 President
Student Council 4, President Esquire 43 President Letterman's Club 4g
F,F.A. 1, 2, 3, 43 President Chorus 13 First Aid 23 Chorus 3, 43 Read-
ing 33 Tiger Club 2, 3, 43 Esquire 43 Letterman's Club 43 State in Track,
4th, in Tennis, Student Council 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 33 Service jacket 1.
2, 33 Most Friendly 33 Most Courteous 33 Queen ot' Hearts 43 Class
Favorite 43 High School Favorite 43
JOHN JACKSON WALDRIP
Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball 13 F,T.A.
2, 3. 4, Treasurer 43 Science Club 1,
43 Dramatics 23 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 43
Slide Rule 2, 33 Number Sense 23
Esquire 33 College Prep. 4, District
in Slide Rule 2nd.3 Regional Band
3, 4g Solo-Ensemble 43 Honor Roll
1, 43 Perfect Attendance 13 Junior
Play, Chemistry lst. 43 Physics 3rd,
MABEL EILEEN ROBICHAUX
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Drum Major 3, 4, Twirler 2g Volleyball B Team 2
F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2, Song Leader 3, District II Vice Presi
dent 4g Spanish 1, 23 Chorus 1, 2, 33 Referees Club 3 Solo Ensemble
Sax 2, 1st, Solo-Ensemble Sax Quartet 3, 1st3 Twirling Solo lst
Twirling Quartet 2nd 2, 4, 1st, 33 Annual 13 Reading Club 2
MERT A. WATTS
Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Science Club 1, 4: Reading 1, 23 First Aid 1 F A
1, 2, 3, 43 Slide Rule 2, 3, 4, 3rd in District I.L3 Photo Clu
GRACE HELEN WEINMAN
Band 13 Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4, "A" Team 4g Track 2, lst. in 440 Relay,
2nd, in 220 Relayg Parliamentarian 33 Historian of Girls' Sports 43
Treasurer of F.H.A. 43 Secretary College Prep. 43 Secretary of Class 43
F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 43 Chorus 1, 4g Spanish 1, 2g Referee's Club 3g Girls'
Sports 4g Photo Club 3g Pep Squad 1, 23 Poetry Reading 23 Student
Council 33 Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4g Softball 13 National Honor Society
3, 43 Favorite 4.
Shorthand Club 4.
Shop Hobby lg First Aid lg Out-
door Sports 2, 33 Hot Rod 33 Sci-
ence 4g Photo Club 4g College Prep.
43 F.F.A. 4.
MAXINE ALMA ZAHN
Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Secretary J.R.C. 33 F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, -43 Library Club
1, 2, 33 Reading Club 23 J.R.C. 2, 3, 4g Future Secretaries Club 43
Jack Rhodes, P1'e:idezzt,' Billie Thurman, Vive-Pre.rident,' Sue Morton, Serretm'y,' , ai by I,
Jeannie Wilkinson, Trea.fw'er,' Obby Youngblood, Sergeant-at-ArmJ,' Jean Kin- 5 1-- :-l LIVL :V y
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The three money making projects taken were: MR' QQEETSON
flj. selling ribbons for each football game, P
f2j. selling pencils with "Katy Tigers" on them, and
Q31 a hobo party.
The Banquet-Prom this year was the highlight of the year as
the Juniors took the Seniors on a "Catalina Cruise."
The room mothers were Mrs. Hebert, Mrs. Thurman, Mrs. ,
Woods, and Mrs. Morton.
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Larry Arnold Leigh John Bentley Ray Brown jimmy Caldwell
johnny Clapp James- Collins Wayne Dopslauf Betty Grisham
Joyce Hall Edna Harris K. J. Harrison Sue Hart
Claye Hebert Ray Herzog Gary Kahanek Ronnle Kinarzl
ean Kinberger Carolyn Lentz Steve Lightfoot Curtis May
Charles McDonald Laura Miller Sue Morton Patflda
Boyd Newby Tolbert Newman Patricia Pennington Jack Rhodes
Judy Shuf Ord Jeanette Srubar
Clifton Sturm AUD Templeton
5 Billie Thurman Wilburn Ware Bobby Whitson Billy Wharton
Shirley Wilkinson Dickie Woods Doyle Wright Obby Youngblood
Jack Rhodes, Captain of the Catalina Cruiser, was also Master of Ceremonies at the Junior-
Senior Banquet and Prom.
Jim Bone, Prerident
Betty Meyer, Vive-Prerident
Linda Harrison, Serretary
Mark Thompson, TVELZIZIVEV
Melva Hand, Repartevf
Ernest Thomas, Sergeant-at-Army
The Sophomore class of 1958 chose turquoise and white as colors, white
Carnation for a flower and The Golden Rule as their motto. They chose: Mrs.
Gordon Fussell, Mrs. Howard Beckendorff, Mrs. Leornard Iorden, and Mrs.
Cecil Gorden for their room mothers. They enjoyed a hayride and hot dog for
the first partyg swimming and a social for the second. Linda Harrison and
W. I. Gresak were the nominees for Mr. and Miss K.H.S. The Sophomore
class favorites were Linda Harrison and Charlie Shafer. A hobo day was their
one money making project.
MRS. ROBERT GIRNDT
MR. THEODEORE LAMMERT
MR. FRED RULAND
MR. JOE BRIGHT
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Norma Anne Ehlert
Harold Gene Gilbert
Helen Ruth Hill
Mae Dell Rheman
The Freshman Class has had a very good year. The paper drives,
a project of our class, have been very successful.
Our room mothers: Mrs. Reed Smith, Mrs. Ray Woods, Mrs. M. C.
Moore, and Mrs. M. E. Watts, have helped us very much with our
A scavenger hunt, which was enjoyed by all, was our first semester
party. On May 2 we had a hayride to the E. H. Marks ranch and a
MISS JOHNOWEEN GILL
MR. RICHARD HAILZIP
MRS. MARTHA KIRCHOFF
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LYN DA POLLARD
Annie Mae Orsak
J. C. Ramsey
Donna june Roberts
Mary Jane Sullivan
Carol n Voi ht
Mary K. Watson
Jerry Goynes, Presidentg Becky Cardiff, Vice-Presidentg Carolyn Swogetinsky, Secretaryg
Donna jo Dibbens, Treasurerg Ann Highrabedian, Reporterg Larry Newman, Sergeant-ab
The two class activities this year
were a scavenger hunt-skating party
and a hay ride-skating party.
The room mothers were Mrs.
Charles Cardiff, Mrs. Raymond Dol-
lins, and Mrs. Richard Woods.
MR. J. E. BOULIGNY
Emma Lou Myers
Billy Bob Staton
Della Ann Finch
Beverly jordan, Preyidezzt
Gary Culpepper, Vice-Preyident
Orval Rhoads, Serremry
Ann Adele Moebes
This year has been a year of measles, mumps,
chicken pox, and flu. The highest absenteeism
was reported this year.
If you have never looked at a playground, maybe
you should-the beaten paths of children are the
same everywhere no matter what year or place-
it is a beaten path of energetic feet that only
these energetic feet can make.
They love to climb.
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Music is one of the Fine Arts children need
and enjoy. This "soul food" is so vital to their
development. Music in the Elementary School
does several things for the child:
QU, It helps him to make friends with
music through singing, rhythmic activities,
listening, and playing instruments,
QZQ. It helps him to increase understanding
of himself and others through music expe-
f3j. It helps him approach music expe-
riences and learnings through a creative pro-
Mrs. Fielderls room added interest and knowl-
edge to their geography by making individual re-
lief maps of all the Latin American and Med-
iterranean countries that they studied.
Don Thurman, won second place in both spell-
ing and declamation in the District Interscholastic
At Easter time the class enjoyed a party in
Janet Woods back yard, while she looked on from
her upstairs window. She had the chicken pox.
Telc-:graphs and a radio were made as part of
their science studies.
Linda Kay Meyers
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Mrs. Baker's room enjoyed art with their
They bought a bookcase then arranged books
as a big library does.
Frog eggs were brought in for Observation.
A volcano and electromagnets were made in
their science class.
r Billy Aldrich
Billy Ray Box
Io Carroll Goynes
Some successes this year in Mrs. Davises' room were:
Ronald Davis at Interscholastic League placed second
in spelling, and the girls' choral singing placed third.
Presley Schoenemann placed first at the Science Fair
with his electric motor.
Carlton Baucum placed third with his barometer.
The Christmas party given by the room mothers was
enjoyed by all. This was one of several parties given
throughout the year.
Preparation for the Science Fair
Mr. Black's room became very inter-
ested in science. They experimented with
wires and batteries making telegraph,
telephone, and motors. They made oxy-
gen, carbon dioxide, and hydrogen.
A field trip was to the new telephone
office upon its completion and open
Mrs. Hutsell's room displayed this
mural of prehistoric animals, rock col-
lection, and posters at the Science Fair
held April 15.
They won Room Award. Reba Sue
Cook received individual award for
her rock collection.
Reba Sue Cook
Ida Faye Moore
Dina Sue Thomas
W. R. Batson
Mrs. Wa1drip's room December 20
at 1:22 o'clock unwrapping their gifts.
Sixty-eight minutes later they would
leave and would not return for twelve
Weekly trips to the city library
with book reports from their reading
was a new accomplishment this year.
Each week a "good citizen" was
chosen. The class learned to recog-
nize each other's good qualities as well
as their own.
Mrs. Fussell's room had a program
on transportation for their parents and
friends during Texas Education Week.
A field trip was taken to Houston
as part of their Social Studies.
Fayne Cardiff. won second place in
story telling at Interscholastic League
held in Missouri City.
Christmas is a time of year at which there is laughter, singing, happiness and good
Drawing and coloring a real enjoyment!
J. P. Johnson
At the close of work in Social
Studies, each child displayed building
materials and foods. Each did some
interesting art work on Indians and
transportation. A trip to the airport
and other points of interest in Hous-
ton climaxed these studies.
Four plays were presented for the
room entertainment, one of which they
directed and presented without assist-
Plants were grown in different soils
and under other conditions to observe
what happened to them.
Mrs. Allison's room.
Mrs. Capers' room became very inter-
ested in outer space. "The Earth and Its
Neighbors" study was one of their most
interesting of the year. This lead them into
space travel. A trip to the moon was
planned. Pictures and stories were collected,
written, and kept in booklets.
It is wonderful to be able to sing, listen to music play to music and go
Finger painting is fun.
Glenn Ray McPherson
Van Edward Scroggins
Mrs. Sloan's room had story tell-
ing and reading stories from inter-
esting story books,
It was a pleasure to have Mr. Mor
rison, as guest, to show movies.
The room mothers left many pleas-
ant memories by the enjoyed parties
throughout the year.
Mrs. Leggett's room had a wonderful
Christmas party, they played Valentine Post
Office, gave a circus program for the Queen
of Hearts, had an Easter egg hunt, they
too found outer space a subject for studyg
they took an excursion to the Fat Stock Show
grounds during the stock show, and they
made silhouettes of themselves as a gift to
their mother on Mother's Day.
Dr. Benbrook was our guest for a day to teach us a number lesson
Lillie Beth Bell
Tera Sue Gooclno
Mrs. Pattison's room is a place of many
learning situations. The awaiting three
weeks for the old white hen to hatch her
chicks was a great event. Later drumsticks
A tree helped mark the change of sea-
sons. Harvest time with the scarecrow was
Western Day was fun-a corral gate was
installed in the doorway, a cow's skull, and
a snack of ranch style beans.
Among other things, they churned but-
ter, observed tadpoles and took imaginary
trips-the longest, The Worlds Fair.
The room mothers left many memories of
The week preceeding the F.F.A. Fat Stock Show and Rodeo the Kindergarten had
"Western Week." During this week they prepared a covered wagon, a ranch house,
and camp fire for the room. They had a camp-out meal of beans and Cornbread
around the camp fire. They had a field trip to a farm for a pony ride. Here they also
saw a baby calf fed from a bottle.
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J. W. Cayce
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Glenda Sanders X
A Mother's Day Tea was held for both morning
and afternoon classes, Friday before Mother's Day.
The children prepared the invitations for this occa-
sion and assumed all duties as host and hostess to
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Deborah Cardiff ,
Mack Casey 3
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Carolyn Hicks '
Mark Peek '
Queen Elizabeth with King Mike
Newman. This program was spon-
sored by the P.T.A. on February
14. The following evening th e
High School presented its king and
LaRhonda Alsup and jackie Pryor
MRS. SPRUELL'S ROOM
Duchess Jan Shiller
Duke Barrett Allen
Duchess Sue Bacon
Duke Steve Baker
IVIRS. PATTISON'S ROOM
Duchess Barbara Massey
Duke Lee Morton
MRS, LEGGETTS ROOM
Duchess Lillie Beth Bell
Duke Wayne Cardiff
MRS, CAPERS' ROOM
MRS. SLOAN'S ROOM
Duchess Kathy Drake
Duke Dennis Goerner
The Royal Court
MRS. FUSSELL'S ROOM
Duchess Nancy Williams
Duke Curtis Edwards
MRS, ALLISON'S ROOM
Duchess Sandra Fussell
Duke Roddy Fuller
MRS. HUTSELL'S ROOM
Duchess Kathleen Bishop
Duke Eddie Woods
MRS. WALDRlP'S ROOM
Duchess Darla Cavender
Duke Ray Williams
MR. BLACK'S ROOM
Duchess jennye McCray
Duke Billy Grisham
MRS. DAVISES' ROOM
Duchess Virginia Skrivanek
Duke Martin Haskett
MRS. BAKER'S ROOM
Duchess Donna Ellis
Duke Roy Wygrys
MRS. FlELDER'S ROOM
Duchess Helen Ray
Duke Billy Gray
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riplin with Grand Champion, Carol Grisbee, F.F.A. Sweetheart. Lawrence
rff with Reserve Champion.
Walter Lee with Champion Pen of Fryers. Ray Olin Herzog, Vice-
President of Chapter.
James Colllm with Tflo CHPUUS- W- joe Harris with Grand Champion Sheep. Johnny Phillips with Reserve Champion
Sheep, jinny Caldwell, Chapter President, placed 3rd with his sheep.
Art is a facet of the gem of life neces-
sary for a creative life.
Dorothy Sanders and Mary Sullivan doing
leathercraft. Bettie Cooper completing her
horse of wood. Linda Adams finishing her
pottery before firing.
- -- Others to mention were Doyle Wright's
shirt he wove and designed and Barbara
Trail's drawings and sculpture of horses.
Clay Hebert's "Trees"
Margie Gest's "Still life"
Marvin Divin's textile design
Walter Galbow's weaving
Ralph Fisher's weaving
Violet Orsak's water color
Patricia Klier's textile design
Duane Bentley's textile design
Lloyd Minze's weaving
Roy johnson's tempera landscape
Chester Hill's paper design
Dorothy Sanders' sculpture is not shown.
It went to National at Pittsburgh. Here
it received Honorable Mention.
Visual Arts at K.H.S. include: lettering, designing, drawing Qlife, still life, perspec-
tivej, posters, printing Qblock, silk screenj, painting Qtempera, water color, oilsj,
sculpture Qmodeling, carving, buildingj, pottery, weaving, and many other crafts.
The art room is a laboratory for the experiencing and experimenting with the
media available. The approach to any project is the creative approach. There are usually
two problems in the experiencing and experimenting. These are: "What is the subject
to be?" and "How to handle the media?" From this an attempt is made to produce
and not reproduce. An attempt is made to re-create something by the manipulation of
the tools and materials. Methods are demonstrated as possibilities for proceeding-the
student then should add his ideas by experimenting with the media. The result
will be new color or colors, or color combinations, new designs, new patterns, new
crafts, and most of all an inner self-satisfaction of accomplishment by being an in-
Studies of master painters and paintings are also included as well as the histories
paralleled to each subject.
With this facet to one's life he will be able to meet his personal and life problems
Third period Typing I class
The Business department consists of two Typing I classes, a Typing II class, short-
hand, and bookkeeping classes. These are elective subjects.
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"The motor is in front of the car and it pushes from the back."
Spanish is necessary for
entrance to many colleges. It
helps us understand ou r
"south of the border" neigh-
bors and Spain. It is the only
foreign language taught in
Driver Education is to
teach mechanics of the car,
rules for courteous driving,
and how to drive.
A beginner's license may
be obtained at the end of the
course by taking a test.
Language is speaking, writing,
and reading-our communication.
Eighth Grade busy at reading and
English IV illustrating john Bun-
yan's "Pilgrim's Progress."
English II panel.
English III gave book reports
Homemaking II class receiving instruc-
tions on fine points of garment con-
Homemaking covers a wide field.
There is cooking, sewing, laundry,
ironing, family relations, child care,
home furnishing, blueprints, in-
terior decoration, budgeting, and
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Industrial Arts is the study of drawing and of woodwork. In drawing classes the
boys learn to draw projects in two and three views. In woodworking classes the boys
make projects ranging from the small jewelry box to the large bookcase or cedar chest.
This year one boy even made a boat.
The eighth grade fboth boys and girlsj gets twelve weeks at drawing and simple
Obby Youngblood with Albert Thompson at the mag-
Miss Gill with Ruth Bundick and Lupe Andrews.
Our school does have a good library. There are
approximately 4,300 books, about 40 different mag-
azines, two large city newspapers, one local news-
paper, and two county newspapers. It also has many
The whole library is not located in one room but
has small branch libraries in most of the rooms.
This affords the student a greater opportunity and
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library corner studying.
Bb SOPRANO CLARINET
Eb ALTO CLARINET
Bb BASS CLARINETS
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Algebra I third period.
Seniors in a trigonometry class.
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or any other subject. Physical Education is that which
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cludes the teaching and learning of swimming
archery, basketball, tumbling, skating, softball, soc
cer, and safety and health paralleled to each.
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g ere was swimming, archery,
tumbling, skating, and basketball. Swimming was
studied rather thoroughly. In the Spring there was
volleyball, softball, tennis, and more swimming. In-
tramurals were also held.
Swimming was usually twice a week during swimming season.
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Basketball takes quick thinking
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Social Studies include: History,
American History, Government, and
juniors in third period giving
One of the best opportunities to
make oneself strong is that of know-
ing his government and its. back-
ground. Then he will be a better
Citizen, one who will be better able
to defend his government intelligently
by word and deed and be able to con-
tribute to it constructively.
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The aims and purposes of the speech
groups were outlined by the students at
the beginning of the year and they were
exposed to a wide variety of speech activ-
ities to accomplish these aims and pur-
poses. Among the activities were: De-
bates, Panel Discussions, Various Types
of Speeches, Play Reports, Pantomimes,
Story Telling, Oral Reading, Problems in
Acting, Problems in Set Design, and
Problems in Make-Up.
A high school speech class de-
signing a stage set.
Eighth Grade discussing problems in speech.
Many students have obtained a new de-
gree of self-confidence and respect from
their speaking and acting activities this
year in Speech l.
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Jay Pierce received 2nd in Declamation at U.I.L.
Pat Muske received lst in Poetry at U.I.L.
Jack Rhodes received 2nd in Extemporaneous Speech at U.I.L.
Science consists of four sub-
jects: General Science, Biology,
Chemistry, and Physics.
One event the science depart-
ment promoted this year was the
Science Fair. Winners were:
First, Stanley McDonald and
Second, Lounete Shelton
Third, Kenneth Koen
First, Dwayne Fussell
Second, Charles Wilson
Third, Sue Morton
First, john Waldrip
Second, Albert Thompson
and Merton Watts
Third, David Quinton and
First, Curtis May
Second, John Fry and Reed
Third, John Waldrip
The Science Fair was held April 15. Both High School and Elementary partici-
pated. Places were also given to Elementary. During the Fair students were with
their projects and demonstrated them to the visitors.
A general science class
Clubs met during activity period. Activity
period was a 30 minute period after lunch.
Some clubs met daily, some met weekly, others
met bimonthly. This provided an opportnuity
for students to belong to different clubs.
Study halls were provided for students not in
t eriod. They sang for the pleasure of singing. Elmora
The Chorus rnet during activi y p
Hudgens was accompanist.
The Dramatics Club was an active consumer of drama this year making
several trips into Houston. Members enjoyed "The Matchmaker" and a Nor-
wegian dramatic solo by Miss Tore Segelceke. Several members also attended the
showing of "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof" and "No Time for Sergeantsf' An earl-y
high spot for this year's members was the presentation of a student dance with a
Parisian "Cafe Moulin Rouge" theme complete with floor show. Members also
competed in a one-act play, "The Glass Menagerie," which placed second in
College Preparatory was organized for students who plan to attend college. Locations
of colleges and universities, what the student may expect when he goes to college, living
conditions at college, and many other aspects were studied.
jim Grotte, President
Bobby Whitson, Vice-Preyirlezzf
Joyce Gorden, Sew'elm'y
Lucilee Hovsepian, Tl'6cZ.I'7lI'El'
Jay Pierce, R6lf7OI'f6l'
Dean Hood, Sergeafzt-nf-A1'nzr
Mr. J. E. Bouligny, SIDOJIJUI'
The Esquire Club is offered to Junior and Senior boys who wish to study etiquette.
Toward the end of the year a social activity is taking a date to dinner in Houston.
The pnrpomr of fhe Fzfmre TefzflJez'f rlzfb me:
To learn about the teaching profession and its important role in our democracy.
To cultivate the qualities which are essential in good teachers.
To learn about teacher training.
To study the lives and the influence of great teachers.
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OFFICERS are: Jimmy Caldwell, Presidentg Ray Herzog. Vice-Presidentg Lawrence Beckendorff
Secretary, David Quinton, Treasurer, Clifton Sturm, Reporterg joe Carroll, Parliamentariang james
Collins, Sentinelg Donnie Faulk, junior Advisor. Mr. L. D. Robinson, Advisor.
OFFICERS are: Carol Grisbee, President, Carolyn Lentz, First Vice-President, Betty Gassner.
Second Vice-Presidentg Pat Pennington, Recording Secretary, Claye Hebert, Corresponding Secre
taryg Grace Weinman, Treasurer, Sue Morton, Parliamentariang Ann Hart, Sergeant-at-Arms
Laura Miller, Song Leader, jean Kinberger, Pianistg Melva Hand, Reporterg Linda Harrison
Historian. Mrs. Shurbet, Advisor.
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Each period of the day a stu-
dent having study hall during
that period is on duty at the hall
desk. He assists Mrs. Gipson in:
running errands, selling school
supplies, and directing visitors.
The student uses the time he is
not on these special duties for
Dean Hood, Feriel Culpepper, Billy jordan, Mrs. Gipson, Tom Parker, Bobby Whitson,
and Mary Holley. Ruby Beckendorff and W. J. Gresak were not present but also assist.
Annie Mae Orsak
Mr. Schmalz and these girls made supplies for two parties for the Red Cross They were for
a Christmas Party and a Japanese Party.
The Boys' Junior Red Cross made toys for the Red Cross of Houston.
The Library Club arranging a display case for National Library Week. U
P refid ent
The Outdoor Sports club learned about different sports through films and indi-
vidual or group reports.
The Morning meetings of devotion, sponsored by the Student Council at Katy High School this year, have
averaged about 75 students a day.
The senior class named a voluntary committee to begin the devotionals on opening day. This, composed of Grace
T l t and Albert Thompson, asked for
Weinman, chairman, Dean Hood, Pat Harrell, jack Rhoads, Ann empeon,
volunteers from all classes to participate.
The junior high school students began their own period for a similar study and meditation.
' ' ' ' ' ' f' ll ' their dail lives. The
Attendance at both is optional, and the material discussed is designed to bene it a in y
meetings are closed with prayer.
The students seem to feel that through prayer, and thoughts about God each morning, they are better prepared
to accomplish more during the day.
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Number Sense was to stimulate students in working with numbers mentally.
Short cuts to ' '
D answers were illustrated on paper so a mental picture was received,
then figuring mentally was easier. jim Bone and john Fry are not present. Mr.
Open Forum was for students to sit dow
. , n as a group to discuss current social,
olitical or other events. Often students made re orts of their findin s of issues.
These were discussed opinions iven, reason h
, g s s own, possible results shown, as to
outcomes of these issues. Mr. Lammert and Mr. Baker were advisors.
Mrs. Martha Kirchoff
Jean Kinberger, Editorg Sue Morton,
Arriftuizt Eu'it0r,' Barbara Hall, New!
Editorg Obby Youngblood, Newf Edi-
targ Marilyn Alcorn, Feature Editor,
Mary Frances Givens, Feufure Edilorg
Claye Hebert, Buriizerr Muizugerf Ronny
Kinard, Exchange Eu'itor,' Ruby Becken-
dorff, Layout Edilorj Thad Smith,
Sporlr Editorg johnese Brown, Sporty
Edifarg Volan Youngblood, fuizior High
Sporty E6Z7il'07',' Edlynn Cavender, Re-
p0rz'er,' Florence Wilkinson, Reporferg
Mrs. Robert Girndt, Spomor.
The Tiger Chat is a bi-monthly, mimeographed newspaper published by the Press
Club. Each issue was filled with special meaning and excitement for those who have
We, the staff, considered this year's experience a privilege and extend our apprecia-
tion to the student body for their co-operation, spirit, and enthusiasm.
This year Jean Kinberger and Sue Morton were presented a key for their achieve-
ments in journalism.
The Photo Club was organized for the purpose of learning about photography and
taking of pictures.
The Girls' Sports Club consists of girls especially interested in sports and
athletics. In the club, they learn the rules of many sports. This year they
sponsored several intramural events.
The Future Secretaries continued this year to give typing students extra
experience in typing.
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The Science Club was organized for the students interested in science,
Projects were made for the Science Fair held in April. There was a large
turnout of the community for the Science Fair'at which demonstrations,
exhibits, and illustrations were shown. Mr. Haizlip was the sponsor.
The Slide Rule Club was organized for students interested in learning
the use of the slide rule. These students all plan to attend college, knowing
that short-cut accurate math is very helpful in physics, chemistry, and
math courses. Mr. Pendleton was the sponsor.
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OFFICERS are: Albert Thompson, Presidentg Donnie Faulk, Vice-Presidentg John Fry, Historian:
Larry Leggett, Secretary and Treasurer.
The Tiger Club is for boys who have lettered. This is one time the boys get to'
getheir for pleasure rather than a work-out. Initiation was held at Galveston - after
several hours there they returned to Katy for a bar-be-cue and party.
Officers of this club have a re-
volving plan. Offices are exchanged
every two months-this gives each
member an opportunity to have the
experience of each office.
For September and October:
Laura Miller, Preyirleizl
Floyd I-Iaskett, Secrefary
Linda Beckendorff, Reporler
Miss Gill, Spofzmr
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not get into U.I.L.
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These boys placed 3rd in the District Track Meet at Missouri City March 28
john Fry placed 2nd in the mile.
Wayne Dapslauf placed 2nd in the one-half mile.
Jack Rhodes placed 2nd in the 220.
Buddy Adams placed lst in pole vault.
Albert Thompson placed 1st in shout-put and 2nd in discus.
Obby Youngblood placed 2nd in the 120 yd. low hurdles.
PATSY RAY, Foozball Queen
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FOOTBALL GAMES OF 1957
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ALBERT THOMPSON, JR.
JAMES GRIFFIN EVERIETT BROCK
District, Area, Regional
JACK RHOADS, ALBERT THOMPSON, JR., DWAYNE
FUSSELL, AND JOHNNY CLAPP.
VOLLEYBALL "A" TEAM
The team this year tied for second place in the
District with Missouri City. There were three re-
tiring lettermen: Ruby Beclcendorff, Patsy Ray, and
Betty Grisham. Others that lettered were: Grace
Weinman, Helen Iorclen, Betty Gassner, and Ann
Hart. The team entered invitational tournaments at
Missouri City, Lamar, and Spring Branch. Betty
Grisham made All-Tournament at Missouri City and
Ruby Beckendorft made All-Tournament at Spring
Branch. Ruby Beclcenclorff macle the All-District
UN IOR HIGH
High School Junior Track
JUNIOR HIGH FOOTBALL
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MOMENTS TO REMEMBER
KING DAVID QUINTON and QUEEN LYNDA ADAMS
Prince Larry Leggett
Prince Clifton Sturm
Prince Oluby Youngblood
Prince Richard Fussell
Prince W. J, Gresak
Duke Tommy Walters
Duke Roy Wiesner
Duke Alfred Peck
Duke Darryl Woods
Duke Gary Culpepper
Duke Orval Rhoads
Duke Kenneth Clayton
Tigerette Club organized later in the year for girls that lettered.
That which is best is better.
Mrs. Finke's parade at Stock Show time.
The children that receive these from the Red Cross
will be happy.
The Katy Chapter of V,F.W. honored Mrs. Hutsell and
Mr. Robinson for being teachers longest.
"White Urp" and "Shake" Rock and Roll
on Fish day.
After lunch rn the Recreatron Room
Tolbert Newman Amerncan Leglon A ar
At the Prom.
Graduation Reception. Room Mothers: Mrs, Hov
sepinn, Mrs. Thompson. Mrs. Grisbee, Mrs. Watts
and ceramic seniors made by Mrs. Watts.
Seniors Will by Lucelie Junior-Senior Bilflquef
Grand Champion Female of the Breeding Cattle
Show at Fat Stock Show.
Western Day "cowgirl."
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Acknowledgements go to the following for this Yearbook:
Mr. Robert King, School Pbofogmpher
Administrators and Faculty
Students of the Annual Staff
Mr. Jean Schmalz, Advisor
Chadwick Studios, Houston
Provine Studios, Houston
Taylor Publishing Company, Dallas
Diamond "C" Ranch Champion Exhibit of Beef Cattle at the Fat Stock Show
Western Day the day before the F.F.A. Fat Stock Show and Rodeo
VLO PUBLISHING COMP
... .. -1 A. J
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