Lamar High School - Orenda Yearbook (Houston, TX)

 - Class of 1949

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Page 109 text:

Haienoni Last fall the club gave a very impres- sive assembly periodg students were highly pleased by the varied program. Probably the most generally liked piece was their rendition of "Make Mine Country Style." The members of Haienonis will re- member the Sunday they sang for the senior Baccalaureate Service at Saint John the Divine Episcopal Churchg the fall pay dance, the Christmas carol- ling fshown belowl, and the problem they had acquiring a date for their annual formal which they were forced to postpone because of the Arlington Heights game. As the spring drew near plans were being made for the next pay dance, a program at the Shriners' Crippled Children's Ball, program for the Ki- wanis Club, and of course the annual Frolics. r Martin Masterson Mathis Matthews Millis Montgomery Montgomery McAnelly McCarthy McGhee McMillIan Naylor Nichols Nye 0'Doniel Payne Pelatari Picton Pike Pinto Potts Putney Rhine Richardson Rickles Robertson Rose Salmon Schiller Shannon Shaw Sterrett Trott Williams, A. Williams, C. Williams, C. Wolf VICE PRESIDENT-JO ANN WOODHAM

Page 108 text:

Abshier Aitken Amsler Ashen Baird Baker Barstow Bartlett Blankinship Broden Burke Cunningham Dederick Douglas Edmundson Ehler Elizardi Farrell Fairchild Forbes Frame Garnett Gibson Hamner Hardy Hogan Horne Hutchens Ingram Inglis Kemp Kevan Knight Labat Langley Loverde lJaienvniA The Haienonis club differs in many respects from Lamar's other social clubs. Under the sponsorship of Lee S. Keding this club started out pri- marily as the Girls' Chorus. Now the members of Haienonis have formed a social club. Every morning at lst pe- riod these girls meet, practice new songs, and listen to Mr. Keding's jokes. The officers are: Marjorie Shep- herd, president, Jo Ann Woodham, vice-president, Marla Ehler, secre- tary, Jean Fairchild, treasurer, Eloise Frame, social chairman, Jeannie Ded- erick, publicity chairman, Beverly Baird and Mary Ann Rhine, sergeants- at-arms, Janice Barstow, chaplain, Phyllis Johnson, pianist, and Patsy O'Daniel, decoration chairman. This year these girls have presented programs for P.T.A. meetings, the Dads' Club and for the student body. PRESIDENT-MARJORIE SHEPHERD



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Aitken Aldrich Archer Arnold Bartlett Beall Benbow Bertelson Bintliff Blades Blatt Bourgoin Bright Brooks Byargeon Collins Duggan Ethridge Estiil Evans Fairchild Farrell Foster Fruit Garland Garrett Gaston Hamner Hart, B. Hart, C. Hastings Herndon Hallowell iwauna Remember Valentine's Day? Most students will always associ- ate this day with the Niwaunas and their highly successful sing- ing valentines. Each year on Feb- ruary 14, this large group of girls takes over the school for one day. Students who have placed their orders wait eagerly to have their long suppressed desires fulfilled. And most English teachers are re- signed to the fate of receiving at least one valentine from Beowulf or Squire Cass, while Latin and Spanish teachers will undoubtedly get several from Julius Caesar or Serafin and Matilde. This year the Niwaunas had a very successful fall pay dance, the Totem Tepee. The members spent weeks drawing and painting huge Indian rain birds, symbols, and wig- wams with which to decorate the gym. One of the most interesting and wonderful times in the year of a Niwauna girl is her visit to Haw- thorne School. Here, a big Christ- mas party is given to the under- privileged children. ln the picture below Julia Picton is presenting a little girl with a gift while in the background others busily open their packages. Also during the Christmas holi- days the club gave its annual for- mal at Houston Country Club. The president for the fall semester was FALL PRESIDENT-JULIA PICTON i l i I

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