Lamar High School - Orenda Yearbook (Houston, TX)

 - Class of 1949

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iwauna Julia Picton, Clare Williams, vice- president, Gayle Garth, recording isecretary, Jean Fairchild, treas- lurer, Beverly Kemp, correspond- ing secretary, Nancy Nye, parlia- mentarian, Dorothy Foster, ser- geant-at-arms, Ann Williams, chaplain, Margie Mathes, pub- licity chairman, Clare Masterson, sports chairman, Libby Herndon, junior membership chairman, 'Tany Pollard and Nance Fruit, historians. ln the spring Gayle Garth was elected president, Beverly Kemp, vice-president, Jean Fairchild, re- cording secretary, Tany Pollard, treasurer, Dorothy Foster, corre- sponding secretary, Therese Ar- nold, parliamentarian, Alafair Benbow, sergeant-at-arms, San- dra Bourgoin, chaplain, Judy Gar- lland, publicity chairman, Sue Hastings, junior membership chair- man, Valerie Sellors, sports chair- man. The new members are Ruth Mugg, Mary Settegast, Mary Hooton, Carolyn Jones, Karlee Bown, Betty Ann Wood, Martha Andrews, Sally Schmucker, Adele Hestwood, Jean Rasmussen, Merle !Sauermilch, Elsa Holland, Ellen Edwards, Glenna McCarthy, Do- lores Rice, Ellen Elizardi, Myrna Mugford, Adrienne Anderson, Sarah West, Byna Taylor, Mary Beth James, Joan Barthelme, Florine Sowar. Hutchens Ingram Kemp Knight Lehman Lingenfelter Mastersun Mathes Mattley Nye Nicolai Ownby Pace Pollard Mrs. Powell Richardson Riddick Ringer Rulund Sellors Settegast Shiveley Smith Smyth Stickler Stuebing Vernon Williams Williams Wills Wright York Young SPRING PRESIDENT-GAYLE GARTH ii

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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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Baker Coldwell Cameron Crisp Cunningham Creager Dillehay Edwards Forbes Freund Gast Goss Holliday Zadalea Ladaka is Lamar's newest social club. This club, whose name is derived from the "L" for Lamar and "Adaku," an Indian word meaning "to serve," was founded three years ago. Since that time this club under the guidance of Miss Hazelle McCarty has maintained their motto "She is noble who does noble deeds," and has become one of Lamar's leading social clubs. Last year the club began by presenting a hundred and fifty dollar scholarship to Lou- ello Kendrick, a Lamar graduate of last spring. Each year Ladaka plans to leave one of these scholarships to a worthy girl. Below, Mr. Moyes receives a check from the club. Another activ- ity for last fall was the "Twilight Twirl," Ladaka's successful pay dance. Ladakas will remember practicing for their ballet, and also finding out at the last minute that the cokes had not yet been ordered. One of the new projects of Ladaka this year was to form a welcoming committee for the Sophomores. Each Ladaka wore o red and blue "L" and after a "pep" rally in the auditorium the new students were led through the strange halls. Because of the success of this project Ladaka plans to make this a permanent aid to the school. VICE-PRESIDENT-BETTY GRAY

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