Kinkaid High School - Kinkaidian Yearbook (Houston, TX)
- Class of 1950
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The only virtue in saying goodbye to that which
one loves is the pleasure of the memories one
enjoys for years after the parting. With this
fact in mind, we of the Kinkaidian of 1950
have set as the purpose of the book the pre-
sentation of a faithful picture of our class and
school lite this year.
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S. W. J. KINKA
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
MILTON UNDERWOOD ISAAC ARNOLD
JOHN S. IVY HIRAM O. CLARKE
CLAUD B. HAMILL
DUNBAR CHAMBERS MORGAN DAVIS
wir 'fir sir iff slr
We of the Kinkaidian of i950 dedicate the
annual to the faculty of Kinkaid as an expres-
sion of our appreciation for their patience and
assistance. This faculty has helped us to develop
from unsure freshmen to a state of more
intelligence and maturity as seniors. With the
exception of our basic personalities, we are
what we have been taught to be.
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MR. GALLIE MR. GOSSETT
M RS. OW ENS
MRS. HENDERSON MRS. HOOKS
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M RS. SUTTON
THE STUDENT COUNCIL
Standing: John Ivy
J. Ca rolhers, Chaille Cage, Jeff Dyke.
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Seated: Suzanne Ehlers, Sidney Walsh, Patsy Huey, Bennie Lee Kincaid.
This year, more than ever before, the Student Council, composed of
student and faculty representatives, has strived to co-ordinate the aims
and ideas of the persons within the high school building. Their project
for this year has been the drafting ofa constitution which will be the
basis for Council activities throughout the years to come.
A. J. Carothers . .. .. . . Editor
Jerry Short . .. ..... Assistant Editor
Sue Trammell . .. .. . Co-Business Manager
Jane White . . . . Co-Business Manager
A. J. CAROTHERS
Burke Purdie . .. .. . Advertising Manager
Chaille Cage ... ........ Art Editor
Nancy Brelsford . . ,. . Writing Chairman
Ann Collette .... .. . Picture Chairman
Mary Ann Maley .... .... T reasurer
Rita Jo Baines . . .. Chairman of Collections
lThis page courtesy of HERSCHEL M. DUNCANl
There is a side to our school other than the academic. Hundreds
of letters are sent from the Kinkaid Preparatory School each yearg
a multitude of files are keptg and there are over a hundred high
school students to keep track of. All of this work emanates from
the office, so we take this opportunity to express our appreciation
to that part of the administration.
I MRS. MARIE K EELER
g Someone asked Mrs. Keeler for her official title and she
said, "Why l haven't one. I simply fit in wherever some-
If thing needs attention." That is Mrs. Keeler, our Dean. She
7? ' ' V- plans our assembly programs, oversees our coaching periods,
3 I' meets regularly with our mothers' groups, listens to our
5, problems and handles many details of the school curriculum
. during the time she spends in our part of the school each
I I day, Our problems are only a small portion of her duties
ii i" QM as much of her time is spent working in the lower school.
We are indebted to our Dean for many things, for
encouragement, for sympathetic listening and for helpful
planning. We take this opportunity to show our appreciation
of what Mrs. Keeler does for the High School.
MRS. DAVID LINDSAY
The smiling lady in the business office of the High School
Building is Mrs. Lindsay. Officially, she is known as the
Kinkaid registrar, but to us she is the sympathetic "listener"
to our troubles. To her we take our excuses for the doctor
and the dentist and often she lends an understanding ear
to some very special event that we are planning. Although
Mrs. Lindsay spends her entire day with the details of the
office, we feel that she is a very important part of our
school activities. To Mrs. Lindsay we extend a sincere
"thank you" for the many courtesies she performs for us.
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SENIOR OFFICERS: Waiter Muller, Treasurer: Monte FrosY, Presidenfg Nancy Brelsford, Secreiaryg
Garreit Hamill, Vice Presideni.
The senior class of 1950 has now completed its four high school years.
Perhaps our knowledge still needs increasing, but our memories have
been so many and so pleasant that these years will always be our most
treasured. Singing commercials and pinatas made "The Freshman
Fiesta" our start in the school social whirl, and the "Sophomore Sock
Hop" was our second hit in school dances. Then came our hustling-
bustling iunior year-football games, directories, candy sales, and the
Prom. Enthusiastic advertising created applause for "The Buck Rogers
Romp," and a talented floor show reigned at "Springtime," And then
our long-awaited senior year, full of Initiation Day, senior rings, caps
and gowns, and hard work. "The Mid-Century Revue" was our senior
dance of renown. But at last the time has come to say goodbye and
close our book of memories that can only be opened again with the
words, Remember when . . . . .
Grace and poise designate one of the graduation class's
most attractive members, Jane Arnold. Although she will not
graduate with the class in May, Jane will complete her work
this summer and enter Mt. Vernon next fall. Jane endeared
herself to the student body during football season as the
cheerleader with the phrase, "Aw, come on and yell!" She
served on the Student Council in her iunior year and she
was also vice president of her class. The dramatic, athletic
and annual clubs have held her school interests, while basket-
ball, baseball, and volleyball have been her athletic choices.
Kinkaid loses a two-year basketball letterman at the close
of school in June.
NA lovelier lady there' was never seen
RITA JO BAINES
hfllusic is well said to be the speech of rzngelsf'
During Rita's thirteen years ai Kinkaid she has won both
scholastic honors and popularity awards. Her three scholar h'
pins and two French
medals represent success in her academic
interests. Her offices as treas
urer of the sophomore class,
secretary of the junior class, director of the dramatic club
play of i950 and her chairmanship of annual collections
reflect the feeling that h
er class mates have for her. Rita's
piano playing at our chapel service
s each morning has indeed
enriched our school life. We know that she will be successful
in her work at Baylor where she expects to study religious
education and specialize in youth direction.
To many people at Kinkaid, pep, spirit, good look
grand e '
s, and a
p rsonalily are all synonymous to Nancy Brelsford.
Nancy's Kinkaid career b '
egan six years ago when she came
here in the seventh grade During tha' t'
, 'f :me she has amassed
a group of offices that would do credit to anyone. ln her
freshman year she was vice president of her class. She has
also been editor of the Falcon and a cheer leader for two
years. Offices are
not the only rewards she has received at
Kinkaid. At honor day she h
as won the Spanish cup, the
Poetry award, Scholarship pin and the cup for the person
who contributed most to the school. Nancy plans to attend
Rice, where we know sh '
e will be as popular and as big a
success as she has been here.
"A cheerful look nz If
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A. J. CAROTHERS
rl ce all night dress all day
Oh, if to an , s
rlaslfd old age away."
charm'd the small por or
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"For lzcr heart was in lzer work.
and the hear! gzvellz grace urilo every art."
One of the most attractive and popular girls in our class
the petite Chaille. She has been at Kinkaid for six years.
Since her entrance she has won many scholastic awards and
also many awards given her by her fellow students. She
was the president of the sophomore class and also became
cheerleader, a position she held for two years. Chaille vents
her enthusiasm a great deal in sports. She plays basketball,
volleyball, and baseball, and was elected captain of the
volleyball team in 1949. Her writing ability enabled her to
win the Advertising contest at Kinkaid. One of her main
' ' which she plans to maior in at
outside interests is art
Wellesley or ' ' ' uch success and
Rice. Heres wishing her m
A. J. Carothers is one ofthe outstanding persons in t
class. He is a wonderful organizer. His offices as assistant
editor of the Falcon and of course, as editor of our Kinkaidian
of 1950, have all been executed with great success. "Agey"
as some people know him, has a flair for creative writing. He
plans to major in advertising during his college career. He's
made a good start by winning the short story cup in 1949.
l'k able personality his dancing ability, his casual
A. J.'s ie ,
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clothes, and his many frien s
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l'She praclices efficiency of zz flawless kind."
Ann Collette is the "gran'ma" of the senior class, her nick-
name has stuck to her throughout her high school days. Ann
is another of the original class. She has been here for twelve
years, and in that time she has always been a Kinkaid rooter.
Her deep voice could always be heard at the football
games urging the Falcons on, and she has been a star of the
girls' basketball team for four years, getting a letter three
times. Ann has also been a leader in her class. She has
worked diligently as the chairman of the picture committee
this year, and has done an excellent iob. Next year will find
her at the University of Texas.
Nancy has been at Kinkaid for two years during which time
she has made quite a scholastic record for herself. She was
awarded the history, the Kinkaid scholarship pin, and the
French Teachers Association Award. Nancy came to Houston
from El Paso. Naturally, coming from a town that is practically
south of the border, she is very interested in Mexico and
that country's culture. For the last four summers she has
vacalioned there. Next year will find Nancy at the University
of Texas where she plans to major in biol
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'tffhose eyes cannot disguise zhe sw
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l.lAN FRANCES FREN
A daughter of the gods, diainely tall
and most divinely fair."
'4Remember the years and forget the tears,
And youill find contentment each day."
Jean, during her three years at Kinkaid has been one o
most friendly members of our class. Her blue Plymouth con-
'n out the side is a familiar
vertible with all the people hang: g
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sight to all Klnkaidlans.
pany she has been a member of the girls athletics, dramatic ,
music appreciation, and annual clubs. .lean likes anything to
do with California and the High Sierras. Her interests are in
such fields as modern architecture, sailing, and traveling. Her
' ' E lish. Next year Jean will
favorite subiects are clvics and ng
h will maior in political science.
be at S. M. U. where s e
The tall, graceful young lady who has add
' Lillian French. Lillian's soft,
l't of poise. Her
' her the treasured qua I y
spoken manner gives
major scholastic interests are home economics and history
and for extra-curricular activities, she loves the hills and
mountains of West Texas. Next year she plans to attend the
' M ico, where she will maior in home
University of New ex
I to success for she has alrea y
economics. She needs no hep
' h' and genuine thoughtfulness
ined it by true friends IP
ed so much to her
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"There's a moral to euerythingg
If only you can find iff,
o the senior class of '50 in the ninth
grade. Since that time he has been one of the leaders of our
group-as president this year and also as assistant editor of
the Falcon. He has always been interested in science, but his
activities have taken him into many fields. He has been an
active member of the iournalism, dramatic, and annual clubs.
Monte is known for his automobiles, since he has attended
Kinkaid, his collection of new cars has amazed everyone.
Monte is also known for his humor, his pleasant manner, and
willingness to help. His academic work rates among the high-
est in our class and he has always been in the "A" bracket.
Monte plans to attend an Eastern school next year w
will moior in science.
nte ioined the ranks f
he science laboratory has become the second h
Gregory, th ' '
ome of Tomm
e senior class s offi ' I
clo scientist. Ever since Kinder-
garten at Kinkaid he has enioyed this work in the science
field. In 1950 he served as vice president of the science club.
Outside of school, hunting has occupied T ' '
he spends '
ommys time, and
many of his week d
en s at Eagle Lake keeping his
marksmanship up to par. The quiet witticisms are usually
Tommy's and they have made him o good schoolmate. At Rice
he plans to continue his scholastic interet ' '
world of el ' '
s in physics. The
ectrncal englneerin '
g will have an outsta d'
ber in Tommy G
n ing mem-
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arge as life and twzce
NANCY LOU HUNT
"Honor lies in honesl Zoilf,
4'Life is not so short but that there' is
always time enough for courtesy,"
The Mustangs of Southern Methodist University have claimed
our senior class vice president for his coming years at college
work in geology. During his thirteen years at Kinkoid from
kindergarten through high school, Garrett has always been
a leader, serving as president of the freshman class and
participating in the music appreciation, science, and athletic
clubs. His work on the advertising staff of the Kinkaidian
proved invaluable, as did his entering into the school activities
with genuine enthusiasm. li' will indeed seem strange not to
see Garrett piloting his new cars down the street when the
doors of Kinkaid are opened once more.
Nancy Lou has been at Kinkaid for three years. She has
gained a reputation as one of the more diligent seniors, being
interested in anything to do with art or science. She has
added much to the science classes she has attended during
her years at Kinkaid. Nancy is also interested in sports, she
played on the girls' basketball team when a sophomore. Out-
side of class Nancy is interested in people, books of all kinds,
and odd hats. Next year she will be at Stanford where she
will maior in chemistry.
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HECTOR JANSE Q90-B
L'Time has fallen asleep in the lazy
Handsome, happy-go-lucky, Hector entered Kinkaid in the
third grade and has gained a reputation as an athlete, having
played football, baseball, and basketball. Hector is also
known for his captivating smile and unique, but winning
personality. Among his likes are girls, sports, and parties.
His dislikes include homework and loud people. His demands
of life are not great, he doesn't care whether people under-
stand him if they clon't try to change him, and no one would.
Hector has been interested in the athletic and music apprecia- MSW I
tion clubs during his high school years, a further example of
his well-rounded personality. .:,,,
Clara came to Kinkaid four years ago and since then has
added much to the record of her class. She was president the
last hall of her freshman year and the first half of her soph-
omore year, and she won a scholarship pin during her junior
year for scholastic achievement. This year, she has spent her
time working in the music appreciation club, and s
for college boards.
, to be ln love, I am none the less
R A N D A K E R R
"Happy am I, from care I'm free.
Why aren'Z they all contented like me?"
tthe bay is worth
a rnonlh in town."
"One clay a
Mildred Kater, or Kat, as her nickname goes, is Kin
contribution to the music world. Her beautiful voice has been
the talk of the school since such performances as those on
Talent Night and the senior dance. Mildred, however, is
interested in other things as well. She is an avid boat en-
thusiast and spends most of her summer vacation at the bay.
She is known around Kinkaid for these interests and for her
sincerity and pleasing personality. Next year Mildred will
' td voice.
attend Baylor where she will s u y
Three years ago a young lady entered Kinkaid to end
herself to everyone with a charming smile and an infectuous
' uessed, Ronda Kerr was that
gigglep and, as you might have g
' the past three years Randa has been a
young lady. During
' I and art clubs, and has serve
member of the dramatic, chora ,
I tter in 1948. Ronda has entertained her
as president of the a
h r famous questions which meet
English classes always by e
' nse. Because she loves people, Randa IS
with uproarlous respo
' l ork, where she is certain of
planning a career of socua w
the personal magnetism which attracts
success, for she has
people to her.
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N R Y K l R B Y
"Corn shall make' young men cheerfulf'
Carefree, indirect, and interested in the arts, Henry Kirby
fills a place in the senior class that no one else could qualify
lor. He appeared as Charlie McCarthy at his initiation three
years ago and has been entertaining his classmates ever
since. He has carried lead roles in two productions of the
dramatic club and created a minor sensation as Dorothy Shay
at a iunior dance last year. Henry has other interests too,
such as English, journalism, and medicine, he plans to study
the latter while attending Yale.
ln September, 1944, Joan Lander entered Kinkaid and has
since that time been a stalwart in our girls' athletics. During
the 1948 season, Joan was elected captain of the basketball
team, a sport in which she has lettered for four years. In
1948 and 1949 the girls' track cup was awarded to .loan on
Honor Day, and in 1947 she served as president of the girls
athletic club. Horsemanship is another phase of Joan's intere
ests, and iumping in horse shows has claimed the number
one spot on her list of sports. Houston will lose one of her
native daughters to Washington, D. C., where .loan will enter
Mt. Vernon College, and continue her love for riding.
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MARY ANN MALEY
"Sim licity of character is no hindrance
to subtlety of zntellectf'
' l new member of our classy she
Mary Ann is a comparativey
has attended Kinkaid for only two years. She came to Houston
from Corpus Christi and she still has that town on her mind.
Every once in a while she will tell you how they did some-
thing "down in Corpus." Mary Ann has been a grand help
on the annual this year-rescuing it from the financial rocks
and helping to organize the advertising section. She has been
an energetic rooter of all Kinkaid activities, and when one
needs help on a iob, he knows that Mary Ann is the girl to
ask. Next year she will go to Texas, where we know she will
make as many friends as she has here.
h attended Kinkaid five years, and during these
l' and music
't sted in the iournalsm
years has become in ere
' ' clubs. This year she was a member of the annual
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d't'on to the writing commit e
club, and an excellent ad II
' teresting summers traveling to Mexico, Canada
spent many in
' ' d States. ln college, Pat pans
d 'n touring the Unite
' b'ects in high
' ' En lish, her favorite su I
major in history or g
Sh lans to attend Randolph-Macon or Rice, but her
b bl keep
school. e p
interest in sailing and Rice football games will pro a y
her close to home.
t'ThaZ her steps are of light,
That her home is Zhe air.'7
To the sophomore class of 1948 cam J
e ulia Morton from Ft.
, on opening day. At fi t '
rs , Judy, as she is now k
ad that new student I
g ow, but now she is 'u t
needed pers '
I s about the most
on In every school activity. Her spirit, enthusiasm,
and vitality have brought her many honors. She was a cheer-
leader in her iunior year, president of the art club in 19495
captain of the purple volleyball team in 1949, for which she
won a cup on Honor Day. That mischevious twinkle in her
eye has made Judy famous at Kinkaid, as her wit and char
will do at Sarah Lawrence d '
urmg her college da .
rnkaid for thirteen years, is
one of the original members of our class. He has constantly
made admirable grades and held offices of importance. This
year he is treasurer of the senior class and editor of the
Falcon. Walter is also known for his travels, which have taken
him to all parts of the U.S.A. Because of the musical shows
there, the favorite place in his travels is New York. Next year
will find Walter near New York in either Harvard or Yale,
where he will maior in law and business.
Muller, having attended K'
"Ease with dignity."
let noi the several
b ath the su rfaceg
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qualities of a lhzng nor zts worth escape
"A horse, a horse, my kingdom for a horse."
Le first attended Kinkaid in the Kindergarten, but
t come back again five
our class in the second grade only o
' n Lee has been one of the most
ears later Since her retur
ll team as well as of her
valuable members of the basketba
class, She has been awarded three letters in basketball and
in 1948 she won the poetry cup for her poem, "Clouds," lee
has been a member of the journalism and annual clubs where
she has done much amusing and interesting writing. Her main
activity outside of school is riding and her interest in horse
shows have taken her to all parts of the state. Next year Lee
will be attending either Beloit or the University of Colorado
where she will major in journalism.
' He has attended Kinkald
Charlie is one of our newer seniors.
b t in that time he has won the respect
for only four years, u
' tes. He held the office
d admiration of his classma
ved on the student
treasurer in his freshman year and he ser
' ' ' Charlie has been interested
council in his junior year.
' d athletics during his years at Klnkald. H
science, math an
' ' '49 and won the Harvard Boo
lettered in basketball In
l' has been very active in the "K" Association
a junior. Charie
' He plans to attend Ice
'n his high school years.
' h him all the luck
major in architecture. ln that field we was
in the world.
B U R K E P U R D l E
"A faullless body and a blanzeless minrlf'
Burke is one of our outstanding athletic seniors.
He has gone to Kinkaid for thirteen years and has
always had an interest in sports. From the eighth
grade up he has played on the varsity team in
basketball and in football. He has lettered three
times in football. With all this ability it is very
natural that his favorite subiect is physical educa-
tion. But Burke has a much more serious goal in
mind for his life work. He plans to attend Baylor
and maior in medicine. Burke is known for other
qualities, too. He has been a tireless worker on
the annual this year and has always contributed
all his efforts to whatever task he undertakes. His
personality has also won him many friends. He is
very easy-going and accepts everything as it is.
We know that in whatever Burke decides to do he
will be a great success.
econd Robert Benchley in the
world, Jerry Short has our vote
here is to be a s
as the person most
e y to succeed him
. Jerry's refresh'
been evid ' '
ing wit has
ent since his entr
ance to the class seven
years ago. As an example of his sk'll
I he won the
sary contest sev I
era years ago. Readers of
the school paper will recall w'th '
Mr S '
I glee the genial
horts accounts of C
hristrnas, Valentine's Day,
and the ever present spring fever. Jerry wishes to
become an architect in later years, b '
ut his ver-
pops up again in th
e form of piano play-
ing Mr. Benchley, look to your I '
aurels, we never
you play the piano.
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of wrt zs worth
a pound of sorrow
f us have known Carol only
"Well, little old noisyville-on-the-subway
is good enough for me."
"She is so wondrous sweet and fairf,
A good sport who is iust naturally friendly, Carol
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entered Kinkaid's doors for the first time last ep-
I won over her classmates
tember and immediatey
with her delightful imitation of Soroh Bernhardt
on Initiation Day. She was elected cheerleader ond
has been o true sports supporter all throug e
year. Although most o
a little while, we shall miss her just as much os
our other classmates next year when she will enter
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onother new door, probably that of Rice lnstitu e.
Gretchen, known to her friends as Gretch, came to
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us from New York State full of vim and vugoi. S e
ioined the choral club ond contributed much to it.
Grelch has an interesting hobby-silver craft. e
this work as o jewelry designer.
hopes to continue
Although she will moior in occupational theropy,
n of her classmates should
Gretchen, in the opinio
enter diplomatic relotions for our Southern orotions
have been politely received by the closs 'Yankee.
We know she will succeed ot college with her
many capable qualities.
ull is a condition that confronts us-not a theoryf'
George Tooley is one of the better scientists in Kinkaid. Its
a member of the science club this year, and the president of
the same club last year, George has shown his interest in
experimental science. His favorite subiects have been biology,
chemistry, and physics, while he has been in Kinkaid. George
plans to attend Rice after graduation, where he will maior in
either science or engineering. He has the ambition of being an
engineer or research chemist, and we are sure that his interest
in radio and chemistry will help him on the path of
Sue Trammell has been in Kinkaid since the first grade and
has proved her able scholarship by winning scholarship pins
in '48 and '49. Sue has been a member of the basketball
team, but designing clothes and riding horseback claim most
of her attention outside of school. Sue's favorite subiect is
math which has helped her as manager of the annual this
year, a iob she handled capably. Sue plans to attend S.M.U.
and maior in science, and she has been cheering for the
Mustangs for several years. Sue's inexhaustible supply of
smiles and good cheer have made her a well liked person
and a wonderful member of the senior class.
"She thinks all she speaks,
But does not speak all she lhinksf,
lz rt is likeasinging bird."
I she doesit not,
"If it is not seem y, .
If it is nal lrue, She says it notf'
Jane White is our only red-headed senior. But her calm
temper is in a direct contrast to her hair. Through her six
years at Kinkaid she has well deserved her many honors
with her disposition and willingness to work. During Jane's
freshman year she served as a member of the Student Council
and in her sophomore year she was president of the art club
and editor of the Falcon. Both years she received athletic cups
for being captain of the purple team and for outstanding
athletic ability. Jane has also lettered in basketball for three
years. ln her junior year Jane headed her class as president,
and, as co-business manager of the Kinkaidian this year, she
has brought the annual through its financial difficulties. Next
year Jane plans to go to Bennett Junior College in Millbrook,
New York, where she plans to major in child care or dancing.
One of the gayest and most vivacious girls in our class is
Marilyn Wilhelm and because of this spirit she has been a
real joy to her fellow students. She was a wonderful addition
to the dramatic club in its productions because of her expe-
rience in the Houston Little Theatre. Marilyn's main school
interests lie in history and literature and also in gym. Her
ability in baseball enabled her to make the varsity team in
this sport last year. We hope she has a marvelous time at
' b't'on to become a
S.M.U. and that she succeeds in her am in
Broadway star. With her talent she cannot fail!
JUNIOR OFFICERS: Caiherine Cage, Susan Smith, Almeria Thompson.
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Back row: Susie Moore, Page Thomson, Minifred Boyles, Jeannie Zimmerman.
Front raw: Mary Laura Leach, Patricia Murphy, Zanetta Boone, Elizabeth Hanson, Deidre Teplow.
Back row: John McAshan, Jeffrey Hill, Charles Townes, Dick Janse, Whipple Newell, Pete Gerner.
Front row: Raybourne Thompson, Gordon Bartley, Jimmy Greenwood, Gilbert Gaedcke,
Tommy Cronin, John Vennard, Walter Fondren.
STUDENT COUNCIL-Bock row: Walter Fondren, Mike Schuhmocher, Whipple Newell, John Vennord,
Neol Rogers. Front row: June Heyck, Potricio Murphy, Page Thompson, Minifred Boyles,
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Back row: Neal Rogers, Eddie Owens, Mike Schuhmocher, Harry Cullen.
Front row: Jcme Heyck, Adelaide de Menil.
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CAROL SMITH JANE ARNOLD CATHERINE CAGE
A school's spirit is as admirable as its cheerleaders, and Kinkaid's spirit in 1949-
l95O had little room for improvement. The trio of girls who were responsible for
this great amount of spirit and who now wear small silver megaphones as tokens
of appreciation from the school, are Catherine Cage, Jane Arnold, and Carol
Smith. They will be remembered as three of the peppiest and most attractive cheer-
leaders in the sports history of Kinkaid.
The "K" Association is made up of the boys who have earned letters for athletic
accomplishment. Its purpose is the promotion of interest in athletics, the encourage-
ment of school spirit and good sportsmanship. The members of the association are
Burke Purdie, Hector Janse, Charles Pagan, Allan Bloxsom, Don Stark, Dan Laken-
macher, Noel Shannon, Nelson McCarter, Karl Maley, John Ivy and Morrison
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Standing: Herman Lloyd, John Ivy, Don Stark, Nelson McCarter, Bruce Wiley, Dan Lakenmacher.
Kneeling: Karl Maley, Jack Wilkerson, Noel Shannon, Burke Purclie, Mike Schuhmacher,
Allan Bloxsom, Whip Newell.
lf you were to ask a Kinkaid student his or her favorite season of the
year, the answer would probably not be Spring, Summer, Fall, or Winter,
but Football season. Yes, football season is an all-round favorite at
Having lost over three-fourths of our last year's squad with the
graduating senior class, our team consisted almost completely of boys
that were playing for the first time. Friendswood came out on top the
opening game with the score of 30 to T35 the game was hard fought
by both teams. Our next two games were also defeats by Garwood and
Tarkington. Next on the schedule was the game with Danbury, Danbury
won with a score of 31-27. The following game was played against
Garwood and ended with our defeat, 20 to l3.
The last and most exciting game of the season was played against
Sheridan, the game ended in a 24-24 tie with Kinkaid on Sheridan's
Though we had a season of defeats, all the games were hard
fought and exciting. The whole school appreciates fully the work the
team put into football this year.
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Kneeling: Morrison Crigler, Jack Wilkerson, Allan Bloxsom, John Vennard
DON STARK JOHN VENNARD
CHARLIE PAGAN A. J. CAROTHERS
ls that our basketball team? This question echoed through the gym on the day
ot our first game. The frightened looking group of boys, of which only three had
as much as a year's previous experience, hurried out on the court, and, to the
surprise of the spectators, played a good game of basketball. In fact, they
played good basketball all season. The team won half of the games played.
Credit is certainly due the determined squad and Mr. Watson, the patient coach.
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Standing: Bicky Glass, Shirley Bart, Ann Collette, Jane White, Judy Morton.
Kneeling: Patty Bonner, .loan Lander, Suzanne Ehlers, Catherine Cage.
The 1949-1950 girls' basketball team has given the school one of the most
impressive records ever made by any previous team. Winning nine out of thirteen
games, the team had a seventy percent average of games won. They entered
three tournaments: Klien, Conroe, and Angleton. At the former the girls brought
home a second place trophy, and at the latter Joan Lander and Patty Bonner
made the All-Tournament team.
The season started with a 33-14 win over Lamar and ended with an ex-
citing 34-3'1 win over Conroe-by far the most pleasing and thrilling game of
the year. The practice, experience, and teamwork of each of the girls made this
year's team such a successful one, plus the fact that they were coached by
Dorenda Doughtie and led by Suzanne Ehlers as captain. 4
.loan Lander was high-point girl for the year with 188 points, followed by
Suzanne Ehlers with 120, Bicky Glass with 86, Julia Bess Smith with 64, Jane
White with 49, Shirley Bart with 45, Betsy Fauntleroy with 12, and Chaille Cage
The girls have also gained the reputation of being good sports wherever
they play. Whether they won or lost, the team demonstrated this valuable
quality at all times. Combine sportsmanship with ability and one has an un-
beatable team, such as Kinkaid was fortunate in having this year.
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As is the custom at the end of the season, the girls' basketball team
was entertained at a banquet on March 4. The banquet was high-
lighted by the presentation of gifts to Mrs. Sheppard and Mrs. Dough-
tie and an award to Suzanne Ehlers as captain of the team. Speeches,
gossip, and good food marked the event and all of the girls agreed
the banquet was a huge success. The girls felt especially indebted to
Mrs. Collette and Mrs. Ehlers who sponsored the dinner.
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JOURNALISM CLUB-Back table: Elsa Perlitz, Cherry Lowman, Fanelle Logue, Betty Greenwood, Cathy
O'DonnelI, Front table: Sandra Cutbirth, .lerry Short, Almeria Thompson, Sidney Walsh, Shirley Bart,
Catherine Cage, Patsy Huey, Standing: Bennie Lee Kincaid, Henry Kirby, Walter Muller.
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Bartley, .lo Emily Kurth, Emma Stark, Fenella Teplow.
DRAMATIC CLUB-Standing: Ann Staake, Alley Kelly, Nancy Brace, Beth Connelly, Sara West, Susan
Smith, Rita Roberdeau, Ann Goar, Rita Jo Baines, Sitting: Mary Lusk, A. J. Fleet, Toni Pew,
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Forsyth, Pat McCall, Clara Judge, Leona Neuman, Sitting: Carol Smith.
ATHLETIC CLUB-Top row, left to right: Herman Lloyd, .lack Wilkerson, Eddie Owens, Nelson McCarter,
Don Stark, John Ivy, Morrison Crigler, Bruce Wiley, Middle raw, left to right: Harry Cullen, John
Vennard, Charles Townes, Neal Rogers, Jeff Dyke, Pete Gerner, Dick Janse, Bottom row, left to right:
Holman Gregory, Jemmie Greenwood, Bert Layne, Allan Bloxsom, Walter Fondren, Gilbert Gaedcke,
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Adelaide de Menil. Middle row: Betsy Fauntleroy, Gerry Dyer, Kay Kennard, Mary Hale Lovett,
Suzanne Ehlers, Myna Stevens. Bottom row: Jaan Jackson, Louisa Shade, Jane Arnold
Patty Bonner, Julia Bess Smith.
Bryan Trammell, Jonathan Aulrey.
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Sue Trammell, Marilyn Wilhelm.
Sitting, far row: Nancy Brelsford, Leona Neuman, Clara Judge, Charles Pagan.
Middle row: Burke Purdie, Mary Ann Maley, Pat McCall, Monte Frost.
First row: Joan Lander, Jane White, Ann Collette.
A busy buzz always emanated from Room 4 on Wednesdays at club period, for
it was there that the various committees of the Annual Club met to plan writing,
assign advertising collections, or select photographs for the book. There was more
than enough to do at every meeting and there could not have been a busier club
any where in the building, in fact if Mrs. Donlon had not always been present,
sheer bedlam would probably have resulted. All in all, much was accomplished
by the Annual Club, and its members can be proud of their labor.
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River Oaks Shopping Center
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its 19,000 employees, and the 8,000
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their hearty congratulations and best Wishes.
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Stewart Title, Guaranty Co.
lnsures Guaranlys, Titles, Leins
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815 MAIN STREET
BELL CONSTRUCTION CO.
M A l S O N L E E
WESTHEIMER AND WAUGH DRIVE
Greetings from the
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS
The sir mid-termers
GRADUATING CLASS 0F 1950
and best wishes
to the faculty and
student body of
SECOND NATIONAL BANK
Where one of the best herds of Registered
Brahman Cattle in America is located
C. M. FROST 8 SON, P. M. FROST, Owners
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2801 McKinney FA-TT9T
Sterling Building FA-332i
209 Soulh Talar TDD Pasadena 7272
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315 Rusk Bldg. Houston 2, Texas
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HOUSTON 2, TEXAS
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Infants' 8- Children's Wear, Accessorie
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B. V. 8 River Oaks Shopping Center
G I F T B O X
3707 MAIN STREET ' HOUSTON 4 TEXAS
ALICE BRITTON ELLEN MOORE
Emile's Beauty Salon
River Oaks Sho in Center
2040 W. Gray pp 9 JU-6067
" BEAUTY SALON
Richwood Food Market Telephone JA-4500
Groceries, Meats, and Vegetables .
KE 6684 1810 R, h d 2927 Main Street Houston, Texas
2436 Bissonnet KE-4444
Congratulations and Best Wishes
to GRADUATES and STUDENTS
CLEANERS 8: LAUNDERERS
Over 60 Years of Service
2420 Louisiana Llnden 2191
SOUTH IVIAIN STATE BANK
MA I N AT A N I TA
O F F I C E R S
JOEL H. BERRY
L. W. MATTESON F. C. WILLARD JOEL H. BERRY, Jr.
First Vice-President Vice-Presidenl Vice-President and Cashier
GRADY CHEATHAM J. T. KIZER J. D. MCGILVRAY
Executive Vice-President Vice-President Assistani Vice-President
C. H. LEONARD R. B. LOVELL, Jr.
Assisfant Cashier Assisiani Cashier
D I R E C T 0 R S
A. M. ASKEW J. BROWN CUTBIRTH L. W. MATTESON
JOEL H. BERRY GEO. I. FETZER P. L. MCCLENNY
JOEL H. BERRY, Jr. J. T. KIZER A. E. RIEDEL
E. A. BLACKBURN OTIS MASSEY C. D, WELTY
GRADY CHEATHAM F. C. WILLARD
MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION AND FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM
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ALL THESE FACILITIES ARE
yy Credit AT YOUR DISPOSAL,
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Tl' I-W" ECONOMICAL, SAFE.
Our Trust Department acts in all
fiduciary matters - as executor,
administrator, trustee. Individuals
and corporations find many services
that are profitable to them.
WE WANT TO SERVE YOU - PLEASE USE US
Parking Service - Travis and Congress - Free to Customers
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
PZIPY-frpllf a penny in the pot bm 'J
HOME OF GOOD MUSIC IN HOUSTON
ON YOUR DIAL
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OFFICE: ESPERSON BUILDING
Our Second Year in Houston . . .
Our Seventy-Seventh Yecur in Texas
Compliments of +5 s ,r
"The Buick Block" I '
FAirfax 6131 2215 Milam ,
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Creampuff and Toodles Swin Stitrlz Seamsters
Meds Shop, Inc. VlVlAN'S FLOWER SHOP
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Clothes for Men and Boys :mo ALMEDA M4690
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Warren Laundry and Cleaners
Save 2070 Cash and Carry
Also Prompt Delivery Service
I525 Richm d
MAIN AT WALKER
RIVER OAKS CENTER
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2034 WEST GRAY JA-4566
In Houston since I875
FLORENCE ROACH, INC.
RIVER OAKS SHOPPING CENTER
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D. A. MYERS
'7 700 MAIN STREET CORNER CAPITOL 4'
22II WESTHEIMER KE-I972
W. B. GLASS
J. N. TAUB AND SONS
Wee Modern Shop
Tots to Teens
Joe lett's Grocery
Havermann's Service Station
Almeda and Calumet
Signa's Beauty Shop
Compliments of LI-4444 Ll-'1123
BILL CLARK We Grow o o orchids
HUMBLE SERVICE Speer v P F S d
Almeda and Calumet
ROEBUCKANDCOI River Oaks Shopping Center
if Where You Buy For Less
MAIN AT RICHMOND 1963 WEST GRAY LI-7969
WAYSIDE AT HARRISBURG
IAMAIL BROS. FOOD MARKET
2110 South Shepherd KE-2531-2-3
LEONARD I. NEUMAN
REGISTERED PROFESSIONAL ENGINEER
GEOLOGIC AND SEISMIC SURVEYS
PETROLEUM ENGINEERING REPORTS
943 Mellie Esperson Building
Houston,Texos Telephone FA-7086
The feeling is VHUTLIIII-Kflf,S Korner
JESSE H. JONES
Best Wishes For Continued Success
io Our Friends At Kinkaid School
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KELLEY'S 0 910 TEXAS
THE ORIGINAL KELLEYS 0 3512 MAIN
Niels Esperson KELLEYS STEAK HOUSE HEMPSTEAD TEXAS
I 5513 Almedo Linden 2250
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KE ysfone 8651
"Flowers for the Living"
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Richmond and Montrose
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Kellogg's Beauty Salon
604 W. Alabama T l JU 2677
La nder-Men king
Compliments of .
The Southern Industrial and
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J. Lewis Thompson Jr. Ben F. Thompso
K. C. MEATS GROCERIES
FRUITS ' VEGETABLES
The OUALITY MARKET
steve BUCSANYT, Prop.
LI nden 8131 3020 TRAVIS ST.
Please Ask For-STEVE BUCSANYI
Bissonnet Food Shop
T735 Bissonnet Houston, Texu
KE 8775 T I ph S
Palace Riding Stables
3708 Almeda Road LY-9303
Front End Alignment
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CLAUD B. HAMILL
Class ot '50
FRANK C. GUTHRIE
SUNSET FOOD MARKET
Choice Meats Fancy Groceries
F D I y LY 9101
Westheimer Dry Goods Co.
I66I Westheimer LI 5684
YARD GOODS AND NOTIONS
THE GIBSON GIRL
I82I West Alabama
WETMORE AND co.
IOIS SOUTH SHEPHERD DR. - LY-9126 n HOUSTON
CREATIVE PRINTING ' LITHOGRAPHING 0 SILK SCREENING
Sid Holdredge Co., Inc.
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SCHEER 81 COMPANY, INC.
KELLY MANUFACTURING COMPANY
We pm YOUR' sfnron cnrss
32I9 Leelond I006 Evergreen
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T H E r R E N D .
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FOR HOME, BUSINESS, INDUSTRY
KE-448I 3704 Montrose Blvd
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