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son dressing rooms, the Lamar dressing room,
and the Lamar cheerleaders.
A little more on the serious side was the
club's annual formal lshown belowl which was
held at the Houston Country Club. Ramals
will not forget the week preceding this occa-
sion which was spent gathering and silvering
a trailer-full of magnolia leaves, writing pro-
grams, and filling two hundred green and
white balloons with helium. At the formal,
Gayle Garth was presented a bouquet of roses
and a silver bracelet. The following officers
for the spring term were announced: Bill
Munnerlyn, president, Tommy Jax, vice-
president, Benny Hood, secretary, Lewis Cut-
rer, treasurer, Bill Thornton, social chairman,
Khleber Attwell, sports chairman, Fagan Cox,
junior membership chairman, Claude Hooton,
sergeant-at-arms, and Don Olsen, chaplain.
In the spring the members elected Anne
Watts club sweetheart. They looked forward
to their annual track meet and the presenta-
tion of the Ramal Cup. This cup is presented
each year to the most outstanding junior girl.
Last year Julia Picton received the cup. The
following new members were drawn: Richard
Webb, Bill Wilde, Fred Duckett, George Wil-
son, Kenneth Horton, Tommy Hill, Yeager
Markins, George More, Jim Wildman, Newton
Rayzor, Tom Biggs, Bill Bullen, Murphy Scurry,
Maurice Keathely, Charlton Hadden, Carl Lee,
Bill Word, Jack McComb, Larry Hensarling,
Mack Milner, Joe Shaffer, and Jim Dickson.
SPRING PRESIDENT-BILL MUNNERLYN
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What does the name Ramal remind you of?
A small gold English "R," Lamar Stationery,
Spring Track Meet, Ramal Cup . . . all of
these are characteristics of Lamar's largest
boys' social club. Under the guidance of Mr.
Lee S. Keding this club plays a leading role
in many social and charitable activities.
This year was one of the most eventful in
the club's history. An energetic group of offi-
cers were elected last spring. Robert Clemons
was the fall president, Bill Thornton, vice-
president, Earle Alexander, secretary, Khle-
ber Attwell, treasurer, Al Hildreth, social
chairman, Don Olsen, sports chairman, George
Dorrance, junior membership chairman, Har-
vey Smith, sergeant-at-arms, and Philip Blatt,
Before the school doors opened in Septem-
ber this group was making plans for the com-
ing year. The first thing the club did when
school opened was to elect their fall sweet-
heart. The honor of being Ramal Sweetheart
entitled Gayle Garth to participate in all the
club activities and to attend its meetings.
Ramal introduced something new to students
this year with their colorful Lamar stationery.
Gayle and the Ramals will remember the aft-
ernoon they all got together and packed three
hundred boxes. The club's fall pay dance, the
"Redskin Wardance," was held the night be-
fore Lamar played Thomas Jefferson.
ln the floor show, which would be hard to
forget, Ramals gave a take-off of the Jeffer-
FALL PRESIDENT-ROBERT CLEMONS
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lmi lrari-This Indian word meaning
"brothers always" is the motto of Lamar's
oldest boys' club. Under the sponsorship of
W. L. Burns, the lraris promote friendship and
good feeling among their members.
The fall officers of Irari did much to gain
prestige for the club throughout school.
Johnny Miller was club president, Arthur Mon-
crief, vice-president, Jimmy Burns, secretary,
Billy Hardin, treasurer, Fred Staacke, ser-
geant-at-armsg Martin Scheid, social chair-
man, John McConnell, junior membership
chairman, Charles Tapley, publicity chair-
man, and Hammy Hill, sports chairman.
Soon after the opening of school the club
elected the members of the annual Irari Court.
Carolyn Coy was elected queen, Barbara Lee
Brown, princess from Chumsj Shari Collins,
princess from Niwauna, Rosemary Hamner,
princess from Hainonis, George May, princess
from Ladaka, Jane Putney, princess from
Palomar, and Jo Ann Woodham, princess
from Tawasi. These girls were honored with
an open house held at the home of Fred
Probably the biggest event of the year for
the lraris was their fall pay dance. Remember
the "S.S.S." - this announcement began to
arouse the curiosity of the student body at
least a month before the dance. Finally as the
week of their dance arrived, the club used
every advertising stunt conceivable to prepare
for the dance.
Not many of us will forget the morning
before school when a group of lraris solemnly
FALL PRSIDENT-JOHNNY MILLER
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