Lubbock High School - Westerner Yearbook (Lubbock, TX)

 - Class of 1955

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Nlfljw g X Q fr .J rxfk' VL ,'x!, JM ,W W5, vf 'mil up , xygwp . I jig! M4 5 W , wx- , yfffwg 1 , F f ' 50 A Zgvf yffffifl 44 , fgffffz fefiffff 3 wma WA we mvfk Y .. 5, 1 4-7 -5-v-4.lf.f'..f-Q-,'M Lu. pg 4 ..,,,,,, ,ITT - .M .x Y, f. 1--.E-3.19: Dear Westerners, . Here is your 1955 WESTERNER, the thirty-fourth volume of the Lubbock Senior High School yearbook. We, the editors of this edition, with our staff workers, have tried to record this year's great moments, both in work and in play. Helping us has been our good friend Wes-Nur, the Westerner pixie who sees all and knows all in Westernerland. His mother was Westerner Spirit, his father, the Courage of the Pioneers. This year marks another milestone in the great history of education in our city. Since 1892 senior high school students havesmet in one body. In September, 1955, two senior high schools, Tom S. Lubbock and Monterey will open their doors to approximately 2,900 students. This year has indeed been one of "big round-upsv: the largest enrollment in history, more than 2200, the first homecoming, which attracted hundreds of graduates from the classes of 1909 through 1954, the largest classes ever, and at faculty of 95. In athletic events the boys of Lubbock Senior High have tried to do their best, not only in winning, but in living up to our motto, "Sportsmanship, then Victory." In the classrooms students have fulfilled the purpose of coming to school-to learnt In club meetings and in the Student Coun- cil the democratic principles 'on which our country was founded have been practiced. In all contests students have given extra time to make the name of Lubbock Senior High School known throughout the state. Truly, this yearkhas been the "Big Round-Upf, , We, the editors, would like to give our special thanks to all those who have worked to make this yearbook possible. Onlyiwe can .know the time, effort, and sacrifices that this yearbook has cost the staff members. Alsowe would like to thank The Steck Company of Austin, our lithographer, the Reeves, the Avalanche-journal nd Iim Dallas studios for the special help that they have given X A I o 'C 2 Sincerely yours, I . 'Xt .The Editors 1 i . ,Sue Humphrey Q 1 .1 " MU . ji I g . , H Suzanne Wilson S2 pvfv Af, l 6 .NI I , 'C ' 1 I D I l n A 5 . ' 4 H Tl 5 'I 1 1 fi fi' ', K 'EL IN y Y 5, l If 5 li in ji I mf. . ,f Z ,. ' In in T V, ,fly V ,ii ,I H -f' flihiiil . fi! 1 , if . . , ,6I21g5,.fgJ J ,ij gi -K' if 1 j x ,i!!,i4l"f 'J .f if J 1 . . . .i f an .i M A, X. ,V l E 'gd f if if .I I 3 ,fx V J kd lp if fi X . , fj Cx If - ,. I f 1 ' Vi, f J' If ,f" - ,L LX f 1 ' I . Lf ,QV ,L L - I f -fu . 1 if ,u!i4- J f K 5 f-045 ' QOL "' ' . - -- I ,I LQ D f 0 V, wang. ,A , L ' ' Q- ' x I XL f f . ,L , f J, f V mf ,K f it . , I7 , f. 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Ft . gif.,gff9'Q,4 if .ff N Jofilv qs XL'-Q ,V 1- -.Lu M Q ' ff.iQ..'?i'a -IQ, " mf' " 1-K-,Rf f, 53" " "??f"' 'fre a .AFI ..,-Q,-' ' -- 'wth .J 'kv . . - ' 4 . 1. X ': -f -' . 2" is aff " ' v fl ' H-X' ri' ., ,I if Y .Y VA R, X ii' 1,:v.rQI-'- , m l . , , HL -. 'g 'v , ' W2 E f .. . f.4.'rlff1'.'- 'v 1 -. --1-2 uw-ww ...vw .- L J,-W, 1, .- - ' , z5.w.'.' , if 3 ' 'YU xg. , n- '., . -.,.h'2 I r",. ' ' 't"Trf""' F nga. our life-long friend Wes-N ur. All returning from near and far to com- plete the Big Round-Up of '55. CARMA JEAN WILLIAMSON . . . Head Cheerleader 1955, Cheerleader of Soph- omore and junior Classes, Sophomore Favorite, Sweetheart of VIC No. 10, Vice- president of Sophomore and junior Classes. 1400 Exes Return For Homecoming Lubbock Senior High School held its first Homecoming last fall on Thanksgiving Day. Highlights of the big return were a night pep rally, group meetings of the exes, the West- erner-Sandie football game, crowning of the homecoming queen, and a reception for all exes and Lubbock High students after the game, Homecoming activities were begun with a night pep rally and bonfire at Chapman Field. Mr. Burl H uffman, Westerner Coach from 1931 through 1935, was the principal speaker at the pep rally. After the program the students and exes went across the street where the 30-foot- high bonhre was blazing. l Thanksgiving morning exes had a chance to renew acquaintance with former schoolmates at vari- ous meeting places around town. The exes present from before 1921 met together as did the ones from 1921-,29, 1930-,34, 1935-,40, 1941- ,45, 1946-,50, and 1951-,54. The Student Council sold mums for homecoming, and at the meet- ing places they furnished cofee and soft drinks. The Y-Teen Club transformed the art room into a lounge and held open house for all past members of Y-T een and Girl Reserve organizations. Westerner In the top picture Mrs. Olive Tubbs Fluke, a Westerner of 1915, registers in the O. L. Slaton Iunior High cafeteria. ln the two center pictures are the attendants to the homecoming queen, Pat Rainer and Sharla Pep- per, respectively. Tommy Wynn, 1952, Ramona Davidson, 1952, Carolyn Pope, 1952, and Betty Hancock, 1951, recount school memories during the Y-Teen reception held for all ex-Y- Teen and ex-Girl Reserve members. In the lower right corner picture, Keith Cecil is buying a mum from Sarah Simmons and Glenda Harris. Keith, Sarah, and Glenda are pres- ent students in Lubbock High. Publications Department furnished copies of the Thanksgiving issue of the Westerner World for all exes. "Chicks and ducks and geese bet- ter scurry when I take her out in the surrey-with the fringe on top -,D to this tune, played by the Lub- bock High School W'esterner Band, Carma Iean Williamson, Lubbock High Schools homecoming queen, rode around the playing yield at Jones Stadium at half time in the Westerner - Sandie game Turkey Day. Fourteen hundred exes sa- luted the senior queen as she passed by in her surrey with a con- vertible top that popped up half way around the field. Carma Iean and her attendants, Pat Rainer and Sharla Pepper, were presented bou- quets of red roses by Mr. Nat Wil- liams, superintendent of schools. Presentation of the homecoming queen climaxed the half-time ac- tivities of the traditional Thanks- giving Day football game between the Lubbock Westerners and the Amarillo Sandies. Even though the Westerners came out on the short end of the 14 to 7 score, the game was not lacking in tense excitement. This Homecoming was truly the "Big Round- Upv of traditions, mem- ories, and people who have left their mark on Lubbock Senior High by being students, teachers, or both, in our school. if . "Pix Progress arks School' Histor With 21 pupils on roll, Miss Minnie Tubbs started Lubbockis first public school in 1891. The Lubbock High of today is a far cry from Mis.s Tubbs, early school. Miss Tubbs taught "the three B's" in a "little red" jail, also used for church services when they chanced to have preaching. Later that year, school was held in the Norwood Building on the north side of the city square. A one-room building between Fifteenth and Sixteenth Streets on Avenue I housed the young- sters in 1892 with Mr. P. F . Brown teaching. Fol- lowing Mr. Brown in the one-teacher school were Mr. C. F. Stubbs, Mrs. Lee K. Anten, Mr. M. N. Park, and Mr. A. I . Clark. An assistant was hired for Miss Laura Davis in 1898, and the building was enlarged to three rooms. Miss Davis was suc- ceeded by Mr. George R. Bean, Mr. R. B. Hol- land, Mr. B. N. Graham, Mr. Ed Couch, and Mr. W. S. Norton. "O, Happy Day-the school is burning downlv might well have been the chant of the students in the spring of 1908 for their school did burn down! Their freedom was short lived, however, as another frame building was erected in the fall of 1909 on Sixth Street and Avenue O. This school included ten grades in eight rooms. That same year 325,000 in bonds provided for Central Ward, a brick building with two stories and a basement located on the present site of Sears, Roebuck, and Company. Mr. I. K. Wester became superintendent in 1910, and Mr. G. N. Atkinson, high school principal. It is interesting to note that Lubbockis high school has had only three principals: Mr. Atkin- son, who served until 1926, Mr. R. W. Matthews, from 1926 to 1944, and Mr. Floyd Honey, who assumed the principalship in the fall of 1944. Mr. M. M. Dupre, superintendent in 1914, in- troduced manual training, home economics, and agriculture. In 1916 the school had eight teachers and oyjtered 16 ayjliliated credits. Twelve grades were taught in this school until a separate high school was completed in 1923. The new high school completed in 1923 in the 2000 block be- tween Thirteenth and Fourteenth Streets, is today the north wing and auditorium of Carroll Thomp- son Iunior High. Superintendent Dupre defended the Khugei' building saying it would last the needs of Lubbock for at least fifteen years. However, 1924 saw the addition of a south wing and two study halls to the structure. Mr. Dupre died before the close of the 1925 term, and Principal Atkinson finished that year as acting superintendent. Filling this vacancy the following school year, Superintendent M. H. Duncan introduced public speaking and music into the curriculum. Because of the rapid increase in population, a 3650,000 bond issue was voted for a new high school in 1930. Construction of this building was begun that same year and completed in time for the fall semester of 1931. Dr. Kenneth E. Oberholdzer became super- intendent in the fall of 1934, followed by Dr. W. B. Irvin in 1937. Mr. R. W. Matthews filled this position from 1942 until his resignation in 1951. At this time Mr. Nat Williams entered the system as superintendent. Lubbock Senior High received the addition of a metal shop in the 1942343 school year. The east wing addition of 14 classrooms and offices for the superintendent was completed in 1949. Also added were an agriculture room, a gymnasium for girls, and a cafeteria. Athletics were introduced into the Lubbock schools in 1910 when Mr. I . E. Vickers and Mr. C. D. Lester organized the yirst football team. The athletics program was broadened in 1913 with the organization of track and basketball teams. In 1934 the athletic department of Lubbock High purchased a practice field and later named it in honor of Coach Weldon B. Chapman, whose death occurred in the fall of 1939. From 1909 through 1954 about eight thousand, seven hundred forty-five students have been re- corded as having received diplomas from Lub- bock's high school. The first graduating class which included eight girls and two boys attended the frame building between Avenue O and Sixth Street in 1909. They were offered only seven or eight courses. This hardly compares with the 71 afliated credits offered the students of today. Another note- worthy fact is that the 1955 graduating class of an expected yive hundred twenty-five total will be the largest group ever to be graduated from Lubbock High School. As there can be no speed limits of the highway of progress, one high school cannot provide ade- quate educational facilities for the rapidly grow- ing city of Lubbock. This year will make its mark in history as the last round-up of high-school stu- dents in one student body. Next year when the fall session begins, the high-school students will be split into two groups-with more than one- half going to LHS and the others to Monterey High School presently under construction be- tween F orty-seventh and Fiftieth Streets and be- tween Gary and Indiana Avenues. Q , , 5 7 k .. " m.d j1.fQ, 4 , gif? , lj, 5 4 f f f 1 ,f 1- , , mi , ,A , :gg 4' ,f 1 5 , . - , M , . . .4 ' " , . .1 7,917 A . ilifw , K jf f ,ff f 4 ,. 1 'L'ffjfJ!' 'f f 3' 7 ,mf , ' 2 I ix . 3 Q v ..f, ii Z2 f wil, 5, Q 4 -wg --1. --Z , , V - ' JL? if 451, I HU' 1, -.JH3...3af...... jj, 1 M. - If ff .. ,fiffif--f ' "'g,f".'if 7Q.,'-Zxy' A -M 2 if 1-I gy 5 favs: -'-:ffl 4, ,. .- fw- 9' 1' ' ?' 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Lubbock High, commonly known for its Spanish-Colonial or Medi- terranean architecture, has the reputa- tion of being "the most magnificent and splendidly equipped building in Texasf, Down this main arterial highway flows the life blood of Lubbock High-its students, This year an average of 2100 students of the peak enrollment of 2210 daily walk down this hall. Extending ap- proximately 400 feet in length from east to west, this hall probably qualifies as the longest in any high school in the state. Shrouded in lingering afternoon shad- ows, the east archway is pictured in a rare moment of vacancy. Fountain, Tower, Arches, Westerner Trademarks '1 ' -wM...- .V ,wr-glagljgq-,t-' , -I 3: Ii , - ...F ' f-5:53 159:-:f,f::5,5f,,:wf,' za:- 5 , pw ' v5 . 1 3 ' ' ' if . ' 5: .gr ,,:q. :W Q- ' .W 'efisfxln f 1-gf. ,., 3,44 . G' AHL Ky .111-ln!! ,Q Z-,g"'i'T .1 E ,, ,..".4c7,, Westerner Call To Loyalty ill HN H' al, Buckl e sweepin over all th high. We will glorify. ld HW Fl Weslemersg We will do or die. b ld Westernersg We will do or 'e. VXSNA Democratic Principles Are Used In Electing LH Favorites, All-Westerners Elected by secret ballot each year are a boy and a girl to hold the title of All-West- erner Boy and All-Westerner Girl. These two students are elected by a majority vote of the entire faculty. Among the qualifications which determine who these two people will be are moral standards, scholastic standings, co-operativeness with teachers and students, outstanding achievements and abilities, and personality traits. Perhaps the all-roundness of the two students is the chief determiner. Gloria Waller and Don Kerr received this honor for 1955. One sophomore, one junior, and two seniors are elected by secret ballot as class favorites. Seniors, because of additional years of work and interest, elect a favorite girl and a boy. The sophomores and juniors vote for a girl or a boy in their individual classes. The boy or girl having the plurality vote receives this honor. Because of their friendliness and co-operativeness Don Hunt, sophomore, Bill Dean, junior, and Sharla Pepper and Neil McMullen, seniors, were elected favorites of their classes this year. Round-up time in LHS brings to mind Round-up favorites. A boy and a girl from any of the three classes are elected on plurality vote by secret ballot of the entire student body. Sharla Pepper and Neil McMullen were the student body's choices for Round-up favorites of 1955. Runners-up were Pat Rainer and Don Kerr and Carma lean William- son and Bill Dean. Members of the Who,s Who are selected on a similar basis according to quali- fications as the All-Western Boy and All-Western Girl. Approximately twelve are chosen from the sophomore class, fifteen, from the junior class, and nineteen, from the senior class. Students are nominated in general by the faculty. This list is then screened by a committee consisting of the boys' and girls' counselors, publications, di- rector, WESTERNER editors, class editor, class president and secretary, student body president and secretary, and class sponsors picked at random. This committee screens the list of nominees, investigates them, and makes the final selection. For outstanding work in academic and extracurricular fields Kay Burnam, Liz Creson, Carole lean De- laney, George Dawson, Richard Estes, lane Feathers, Ioy Herod, Butch Lawrence, Iimmy McLaughlin, Ianis Pierce, Dale Pruett, Pat Rainer, Bradford Reeves, Carolyn Tapp, Ioyce Thrush, Sam Vaughter, Roy Webb, Suzanne Wilson, Carma Iean William- son, seniors, Wanda Io Boyce, Frank Clover, Mary V. Dawson, Bill Dean, Gordon Deering, Irma Galindo, Gordon Graves, Harold Hammett, Ianelle Ohlenbusch, Mack Robertson, Rita Seay, Sarah Simmons, Leon Weaver, Kathy White, Mary Sue Wilson, juniors, Bryan Baxter, Eddie Ioe Bradford, Delia Close, Anita Gordon, Harlon Lamkin, james Moesor, Lynn Richards, Mike Robinson, Iimmy Seay, Carol Simpson, James Sin- clair, and james West, sophomores, were chosen for Whois Who this year. ff -4 -"' ff ,,.. '- , V f se .V ., a I , ,,,. if ,.,' V. 3 f , , I ,,, I 1, .. . , '.,. Q fJ"??T ,-' - it 1' 1 .pn 1, ,V iff .llv lf ,.., ,E::,41'5:.4 I' H ., ,.., , V . ,.'.4 , , ,-' ,,,. 5 A Q GLORIA WALLER . . . WVesterner WVorId Editor, 1954-,55g Sophomore Www Whog junior Who,s Whog Girl of the Month, 19559 NHS, 19543555 Quill Scroll, 1954-'55 i ,+I it DON KERB . . . President of Student Body, 19553 President of Iunior Classg Vice President of Sophomore and Iunior C lassesg NHS, 1954-,55. f E 1 SHARLA PEPPER . . . Senior Cheerleaderg Treasurer of Student Body 195-15 Vice-President of Senior Classg First V ice-President of Y-Teens, .7955 NEIL MCMULLEN . . . Vice-President of Student Body, 19545 junior Favor iteg ViceLPresident of Sophomore and junior Classesg C0-Captain of Western er Football T eam, 1955. DON HUNT . . . President of Sophomore Classg Debate, 1955! Hi-Y, 1955 Gens Togata, 1955. 5 4 at 4 099 ,oo 409 iii. fr ' ' P ' ' , '54,:4f6 , , ,4 4 , f,',,,.o I 1 , Q ,','4 o v , 9'Q'O,0 0 0 0 ' ' 4 4 0 , 0 eff' ,oo ,gov 4 0 Q0 O09 in O O 4 4- Y Q 4 , , ,. , v 4 X O 44 i ff 0 9,0 O 0 " o'o 0 00' Q: Q' Q Of' . , , ,Q 4 O OO" Q NEIL MCMULLEN SHARLA PEPPER J LW, .LJQQ ' 3 .IZ f ff wr- 4? cs va X . X Q , 4 5 'fX,WQ,,,. ,,'i:" , ,. .,,, w, xx . x , Q . . , , 4 3 ' SL s 'I ' ' Q QQ ' W ,. .. f 2 fx , 3, H, K L-,gg y ,f-, ,f , ,. 1 ff Q n P' "va,-,.'.-' - 1 7 "f -jf ga, r ,-' , "'Y'f- m 2 1.1 .4 i ,A K . , kg. -guf'.55i.,,,,ZZ. . ' I , ,2V A 1 r' f':f5W5f'- 5 ,. . .-v ,s 1 M KEQQ 4 I "fT ,,.,,, S - , . 4" ,JE X egg.. 6' - f 1 1 s 1 1 Q aa YI 'riff -1 Q gjC,,5f." ,VIK 4- 'X , gf-cw f , i ' 5 'r' ' 3 ' 'X A if Y , ,An A 'K' K - wx M V' . M if? . , , 4 pf' H f. V 3553 WN' n-'21-rm,k.,,, 1 ' " ' ,pr . ,, ' K 51 f""' ,lf . W W' , "' "fm -' ' ,,.f 4, -M - - x fy, -c-,ww . 4, 3 ,L , 1gq,,,- ' V 2? A , I L. 1,35 Ml is JOY HEROD, JIMMY MCLAUGH- LIN, AND PAT RAINER-As three student body leaders, Joy, Senior Class secretary, along with Jimmy, Senior president, have led the class of 1955 through a successful year. Aside from secretarial duties, Joy served as Y- Teen treasurer and social chairman Senior Class CAROLYN TAPP-Being president of FHA, lay-out editor of the WEST- ERNER, and senior vice-president make Carolyn one of the busiest girls in school, but not too busy to Hnd time to sell almost S300 worth of ad- vertising for the 1954-55 yearbook. She is in NHS, Quill and Scroll, and Y-Teens. She was chosen November Girl of the Month because of her friendly attitude, willingness to work, and dependability. of National Honor Society. Jimmy played Westerner football. Pat, stu- dent body secretary, served as chair- man of the school assemblies through- out the year. She was secretary -of her junior class, and was a Y-Teen oilicer this year. Pat was selected September Girl of the Month. Places 11 Girls RICHARD ESTES-Serving as presi- dent of NHS and as vice-president of Hi-Y first semester made Richard's schedule pretty well filled. Because of his willingness to get along with people and desire to work, he was manager of the Westemer Basketball team. Richard is generous with his musical talents as he is with anything he has. Classmates and students alike admire Richard because of his jocular nature and pleasing personality. LIZ CRESON-Besides serving as secretary of Y-Teen and chairman of the recreation committee of the Stu- dent Council, Liz is a member of NHS, National Thespians, and was in the senior play. Her main interests lie in the field of dramatics. February Girl of the Month was awarded to Liz because of her drive and deterrnina- tion. The LHS Student Council has been a much better organization due to the hard work that Liz contributed. SAM VAUGHTER-A bubbling smile and a contagious laugh reflect Sam's disposition. His glowing, but sincere, Eersonali? has won for him the con- dence o his classmates. A member of the band for three years, Sam acted as drum major during his senior year. In addition to these activities, he was a member of WBBC, home- room president and Junior Rotarian of the Month of January. Sam has fine leadership ability and is a willing worker. ' 2- ' '41 Q " I f ri ' 9 5. 2 S if -,,e.1'? SUZANNE WILSON-Busy, quiet, and hard working co-editor of the WESTERNER, Suzanne is a deserving candidate for Senior Who's Who. Her main interest in LHS has been publi- cations work, and being a member of Quill and Scroll, she served as vice- president of that organization. Suz- anne is also an active member of the Spanish Club, NHS, and Y-Teens. She was selected March Girl of the Month. ROY WEBB-Highlighting a high- school career with a trip to Kansas City with the FFA judging team, Roy showed livestock at Dallas, Fort Worth, and San Angelo, plus local shows. Roy has been a very active member of the Future Farmers of America chapter here at LHS for three years and served as president this year. 8 Boys I1 ho's Who BETTYE JANE FEATHERS-Be- cause of her outstanding art ability, Bettye jane has been recognized as one of the most capable students in the Senior class in this field. She has entered in several art exhibits and contests. Although Bettye Jane just recently moved here from Georgia, she has entered into the swing of LHS life and has done her share in making the school a success. DALE PRUETT-Always willing to do what no one else will is Dale. He is president of Distributive Education and was elected national delegate to the National Meet held in Richmond, Virginia, in April. Dale is a member of FBLA, and, although he is re- served, he is an active member of his c ass. CAROLE JEAN DELANEY-Carole Iean's exceptional musical talent has put her almost constantly in demand. She plays the piano, organ and other instruments and sings. Her abilities, however, are not limited to music. She is an outstanding worker in the Student Council and in the publica- tions department. She is a member of Quill and Scroll, El Club Pan Ameri- cano, NHS, and Y-Teens as well as being in Westernaires and the Note- belles quartette. JOYCE THRUSH-Meticulous and ef- ficient almost to perfection, Joyce finished her three years' Work on the WESTERNER in the slots as head copy editor and advertising copy and layout editor. She also eamed the position of special reporter for the WESTERNER WORLD her junior year. Active in Quill and Scroll, she was parliamentarian and membership chairman this year. She has also held active membership in Y-Teens, NHS, and Cens Togata. 'N tis. 'f.., :lf '-2.5, L f ,fi GEORGE DAWSON-As a delegate to Boys, State, George has participated in many outstanding activities during his three years in LHS. President of Hi-Y is top on his list of accomplish- ments. George has also been a mem- ber of the Westemaires two years and was vice-president of the choir this year. During the 1955 school year George was chosen as junior Rotarian of the Month. JANIS PIERCE-With a total of twenty-three A's at press time, she is known for her outstanding scholastic ability. She has been an active mem- ber of NHS for the past two years. Janis hasn't been taking snap courses, her majors were English, mathematics. science, and history. In the field of service, Ianis has served two years as a Y-Teen oliicer. Winning the con- fidence of her classmates, she was chosen as a candidate for president of Y-Teens. BRADFORD REEVES-Versatility is the feature of Bradford's outstanding qualities. He played Cowhand football and ran track last year. This year he returned for the 1955 season. Brad- ford has also been a member of the Westerner band. He found time to total twenty-one A's and hold mem- bership in NHS. His majors have been math, science, and English. Individual Achievements Recognized GARMA JEAN WILLIAMSON-VL vacious Carma Jean has done more toward boosting the LHS spirit than almost any other student. Serving as head-cheerleader and a Y-Teen ofli- cer has kept her busy. Her likable nature has won her many friends and the confidence of her classmates. Be- cause of her spirit and enthusiasm, Carma was chosen Girl of the Month for Ianuary. KAY BURNAM-A perfect example of efficiency could well describe Kay. Because of this factor along with her many other line qualities, Kay was elected to serve as president of Y- Teens. She is a member of NHS, Musicians' Guild, and the Student Council. Kay was December Girl of the Month and was chosen to serve as a delegate to Girls, State in 1954. BUTCH LAWRENCE-As a member of the team, spirited little Butch spurred the Westerner cagers on at times when victory looked dim. Al- though Butch is a member of Western- aires and senior vice-president, he is recognized most frequently for his never dying enthusiasm. Other ac- tivities in which Butch is a Willing worker are NHS and Hi-Y. 1 1 qw 33 ' I YI? in of 4 Selected to the Iunior Whois Who by a com- Leon Weaver, Ianelle Ohlenbusch, Wanda Io mittee of teachers and students are, front row, BOYCG, Kathy White, G0rd0I1 Graves, back IOW, Rita Seay, Irma Galjndg, Mary V, Dawggn, Frank Clover, Cordon Deering, Mack Robertson, Sarah Simmons, Mary Sue Wilson, middle row, and Harold Hammett- Fourteen Honored For Junior Who's Who Rita-is bookkeeper for the WEST ERNER WORLD and WEST- ERNER, straight "A" student, reliable, accurate. Irma-outstanding in Spanish dances and El Club Pan-Ameri- cano activities, Lubbock Valentine Sweetheart. Mary V.-Brst place in Interscholastic League solo voice, out- standing in musical ability, and in FHA, secretary of Westemaires. Sarah-vice-president of Junior Class, treasurer of National Honor Society, Monterey planning committee, dependable. Mary Sue-secretary of junior Class, officer in Y-Teens, out- standing in art and publications work, reliable, accurate. eon Student Council member outstanding in number sense and L - . scholastic rating, president, of "B" a cappella choir, depend- able. Janelle-high scholastically, outstanding in musical ability, organ- ist for assemblies, FHA reporter, WESTERNER staff. Wanda Io-chairman of infonnation committee, Student Council, high scholastically and in homemaking activities, initiative. Kathy-honor roll student, state FHA oificer, received state degree, WESTERNER stai-I two years, faculty editor, amiable. Gordon G.-sophomore and iunior vice-president, Inter-School Citizenship Council president, delegate to National Hi-Y meet- ing in Paris, France, this summer. Frank-winner in essay writing contest, outstanding in writing and creative ability, deep thinker, mature. Gordon' D.-junior vice-president, WESTERNER WORLD adver- tismg manager, representative to the Citizens' Traffic Commis- sion, known for initiative. Mack-junior president, sophomore vice-president, vice-president olilvWesterner Band, Monterey planning committee, leader- s ip. Harold-president West Texas Hi-Y district, winner of Elks' lead- ership contest, straight "A" student, efficient. From the largest Sophomore Class in the his- tory of Lubbock Senior High 12 students were chosen for Wh0's Who. The group, electediby a committee of teachers and students are, front row, Delia Close, Anita Cordon, and Carol Simp- Twe Ve Chosen For Delia-did the art work for the sophomore assembly and served as a vice-president of the class. Anita-outstanding for her musical ability, was a member of the All-State Choir. Carol-worked on the WESTERNER and was a WESTERNER WORLD cub reporter, attending the THSPA convention in Denton. James-was president and accompanist of the Choralaires, and as- sembly organist. Lynn-secretary of the class, delegate to TASC and a member of the Monterey planning committee. Eddie Joe-sophomore editor of the WESTERNER, delegate to THSPA convention in Denton. song second row, Iames Moesor, Lynn Richards, Eddie joe Bradford, and Iimmy Seayg back row, Harlon Lamkin, james Sinclair, Mike Robinson, Bryan Baxter, and James West. oph Who's Who jimmy-ran films for all-school parties and helped in audio-visual aids, outstanding i.n this service. Harlon-held first chair in All-State Band, member of Westemer concert, marching, and stage bands. james-active in children's theater and extemporaneous speech, chairman of junior high exhibits for Latin Week. Mikeqactive in FFA and FHA, he served as vice-president of his c ass. Bryan-member of Westemer football and track teamsg served as vice-president of his class and on the planning committee for Monterey. james-vice-president of his class, showed great leadership abili- ties. 0 o , Chosen as 1954-55 Girls of the Months are, Elizabeth Creson, February, back row, Suzanne front row, Pat Rainer, September, Gloria Waller, Wilson, March, Joy Herod, April, and Carolyn October, Carolyn Tapp, November, Kay Burnam, December, Carma lean Williamson, January, and Blankenship, May. B-PW Club Sponsors Girls of Month The Business and Professional Womenis Club honors one girl each month during the school year by selecting her from the Senior Class for Girl of the Month. After being selected, she attends one of the night meetings of the club at which time she tells something about herself and her activities. A book is usually presented to her as a gift from the club. Moral and ethical stand- ards, leadership, and service, and the basis of their characters are the factors considered in choosing these girls. They must also be good influences on other people, have good scholastic standings, and be tolerant and democratic toward their fellow students. Miss Edith Caveness, Mrs. Dick Cozby, Miss Irene Armes, Miss Bessie Bullock, Mrs. Bill Cox, first semester, and Mrs. Zoe Carter, second semes- ter, served on the committee to select the girls. P4 , .V "K, 21,8 '- 'ii V, 'PQ Iunior Rotarians for the year are, front row right to left, Iimmy McLaughlin, October, Neil McMullen, November, George Dawson, Decem- ber, Sam Vaughter, Ianuary, Gary Lacewell, February, back row, Ierrell Snodgrass, March, Lilburn Smith, April, and Richard Estes, May. Not pictured is Don Kerr, September. Rotary Club Honors ine Senior Boys Honored as junior Rotarian each month of the year is a senior boy who has contributed in an outstanding manner to the held of activities in which he participates. Good citizenship, well developed character, and high scholastic ratings are the bases on which selections are made by a committee composed of Mr. Floyd Honey, Dr. Ishmael Hill, and Mr. E. I. Lowrey. The junior Rotarian is presented at the first meeting of the Rotary Club each month, he at- tends all meetings throughout that month, and gioes a brief statement at the last meeting. He is also honored in the WESTERNER WORLD by a picture and a story. E -' J '.:.x"' 'V ' x -V- ,. -Vu ...Lf--14-V. --. - ,,,V.. . . , , . . . . V V- - .- V V I. V- pI- . -. V ..,.-Iu.- V.- VI.I,,.V. IIVIVIVT., JI...,,,-V--.-.,.,,-I,VV.-.- . , .,,,. ...I. ,III . I. I . N- - -V :Vu -:-- .-:VVIfy,,, :V.L','I'f . rV,.VV,.fV -V -V VV-VIVVV'-'-E: -f--VV---L-V,."V V -,aV.5:-:'.':f.J:VV:-A!-""'x'-..:'2-:J -...V V . - V. . 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Total enrollment at the end of 1951-52, which was Mr. Williams's first year here, was 13,005 as compared to 17,432 at the end of the lirst semes- ter this year. During this period six elementary schools have been added, one junior high, com- pleted, and another senior high nearly com- pleted. Effective leadership by Dr. Hill as supervisor of the entire curriculum and instructional pro- gram and official in charge of interviewing ap- plicants has assured work of the highest quality and continued progress in our schools. 'Charged with approving the school budget and directing the entire school program," mem- bers of the Board of Education have given generously of their time and supported whole- heartedly the progressive program of our schools. Other members of the Board are Dr. M. M. Ewing, vice-president, Messrs. T. B. Murphey, secretary, Don L. Ionesg Ruel Martin- Paul Pugh, and ftliflffffdr pppps I p , Better Educational Facilities MR. FLOYD HONEY, Principal c'The best laid schemes oi mice an' men gang aft a-gley . . Such is the fate of Lubbock High School. When LHS was constructed in 1931 for a capacity of 1200 students, little did its designers dream that one day there would be a peak enrollment of 2,210, and a daily attendance of 2,100. Two high schools became a umustf, and in 1952-53 plans began formulat- ing for the construction of another, Monterey. Tom S. Lubbock High is expected to have approximately 1550 students enrolled next year. Monterey, built for a capacity of 1500 students, is to have approximately 1190 en- rolled in four grades, the ninth through the twelfth. Sportwise, they will be classed 4A and SA, respectively. Leadership in maintaining our normal school life and high quality of work and at the same time effecting a smooth, co-ordinated transi- tion from one high school student body to two has been provided by Mr. Honey, Mr. Howorth and Miss Lomax. Lubbock Senior High School MR. W. H. HOWORTH Assistant Principal MISS DOROTHY LOMAX Director of Secondary Education MR. CARL M. BAILEY Assistant director of secondary education and acting co- ordinator of mathematics MR. C. C. CLAPP Director audio-visual education, publicity MISS GRACE PADLEY Director of guidance MISS IRENE ARMES Co-ordinator of language arts Directors And MISS EDITH CAVENESS Girls, counselor MR. C. G. GRAY Boys' counselor Under the direction of Dr. Ishmael Hill, assistant superintendent of Lubbock Public Schools, the level directors and departmental co-ordinators plan improve- ments Within their individual subject areas, aid in revi- sions of courses of study, and serve as leaders in their branch of the curriculum program. Through the State Board of Education, the co-ordinators and directors also help in the selection of textbooks which are under con- sideration for adoption. Co-ordinators Plan Curriculum MRS. ERA FORD Co-ordinator of nurses DR. G. G. HAMMER Director of vocational education MISS BESSIE BULLOCK Co-ordinator of business MR. A. F. RASOR Census director, attendance officer, book custodian MISS GERTRUDE WATSON Co-ordinator of home- family life education MR. I. W. REID Co-ordinator of safety, department driver training MRS. W. I. PITTMAN MR. W. C. WATTS Co-ordinator of Co-ordinator of science physical education g It is the task of the assistant superintendent to direct the complete instructional pro- gram in all the schools. Under him are the directors Whose job it is to carry out these instructional programs in the various phases. There are six directors over primary, inter- mediate, and secondary levels, audio-visual service and public relations, guidance, and vocational and industrial education. The co-ordinators, as heads of the individual departments in the school, serve in a supervisory capacity in their fields. It is through their efforts that each department is able to maintain a systematic and effective program of instruction. ordon Assumes Duties As Principal of LH Mr. jay E. Cordon assumed the duties of the office of principal of Lubbock Senior High School Febru- ary 15 so that Mr. Floyd Honey could make prepara- tions for the organization of the new Monterey High School of which he will be principal when it opens September, 1955. At the same time Mr. Gordon took up his new assignment, Mr. W. H. Howorth, former assistant principal of Lubbock Senior High, assumed the duties of princi al at I. T. Hutchinson junior Higlh School. Mr. Gordlbn, a graduate of Lubbock Hig , had previously been a classroom teacher and the prin- cipal at K. Carter Elementary School, and Hutchinson Junior High. Mrs. Mitchell Zablotney, right, and Mrs. Richard Pettijohn compare teaching notes as they assumed their new duties at mid-term in the commercial and homemaking departments respectively. Mrs. Zablotne igzplaced Mr. David Hester, Mrs. Pettijohn, Mrs. Bill ox. Since Mr. W. H. Howorth is leaving high school to become principal at J. T. Hutchinson Junior High, Mr. Floyd Honey presented a footed silver tray to him as a farewell gift from the faculty. The teachers wanted to express their appreciation "to a real friendi' for work well done. Miss Grace Padley, guidance director, is seen in the corner picture, middle, discussing: the senior career conferences with two guest spea ers. Mrs. W. A. Marquis, social worker, and Dr. O. W. English, physi- cian at West Texas Hospital, each spoke about his profession. Realizing that through a study of literature and languages of other peoples barriers between races and classes can be broken, the Language Arts Department attempts to instill in students a sym- pathetic understanding of the peoples of the world as well as a knowledge of their own cul- ture. This, the largest department in Lubbock Senior High, has 22 teachers and approximately 2200 students, headed by Miss Irene Armes. Language oferings of the department include English, Spanish, and Latin. In addition students in the department are ofered speech and journalism courses. Of these, two years of English are re- quired of a student. To complete an English major a student may take another year of English, Arts a year of speech, or a year of journalism. Basic English 41-42 is required for students weak in fundamentals. Foreign language majors are made up of three years in the same language. The de- partment.oflers three solid speech courses and six extracurricular courses. Only one year of journalism is taught, but students in this class exercise what they learn through actual work on the school newspaper and yearbook. L Karen Key, S. C. Arnett, and David Edwards are pictured looking over some relics of the old Southwest. During a unit on Southwest literature, the students of the Iunior English classes brought the above victrola, branding iron, gun, bullets, ropes, and spurs as displays of this period of time. Language MR. VERNARD ALEXANDER Social studies. Pioneer football coach. B.S., M.E.-East Texas State College. MRS. JOE C. BAILEY English, Declamation, sophomore debate, Student Council sponsor. B.S.-North Texas State College. MRS. T. R. BAILEY Applied science, biology. B.A.-North Texas State College. MRS. R. S. BEARDEN, IR. Bible. B.A.-Southwestem Universityg M.A.-Scariit College. MRS. CHARLES T. BOURNS English. Creative-essay writing. B.A.-Southwestern State Collegeg New Mexico A and M. MR. PAUL BOWIE Typing, general business training. F.B.L.A. sponsor. B.B.A., M.Ed.-West Texas State College. MR. PAUL BRANOM Band. Westerner Band Boys' Club, La Trezieme Musique sponsor. B.S.-East Texas State Collegeg M.Ed.-Texas Technological College. MRS. W. EMMETT BURFORD Spanish. El Club Pan-Americano sponsor B.A.-West Texas State Colle eg M.A.-Texas Technological Ccilege. MR. JAMES BURNETT Vocational Automotive Training. VIC sponsor. University of Texasg Texas A. and M.g East Texas State College General Motors Institute. MISS LAURENE BUSSEY Algebra. Y-Teens sponsor. B.A., M.A.-Texas Technological College. As the needs for knowledge and skills in math- ematics vary with the individual, the faculty strives to provide learning experiences which will be of the most value to the most people. Since math is the basis of science, a knowledge of mathematics is essential for those who would progress in the held of science. All phases of engineering, physies,fand chemistry require that a person be equipped mathematically. The trade of nations, our whole business life, depends on the knowledge and application of mathematical and commercial principles. The power to think logically, quickly, and clearly, so essential to all professions, is developed by mathematics. Recently Applied Mathematics has been in- cluded along with the regular course offerings of plane and solid geometry, trigonometry, and two years of algebra. Many students will End that this survey course has more practical value for them than some of the more traditional courses. Other students will need to take more than the required two years of mathematics to be eligible for certain college courses. Eleven teachers instruct about 1600 students in the Math Department. In the picture james F read, Pat Perry, Colman Conner, and Charlotte Rankin are working seriously under the direction of Miss Aline McCarty during a solid geometry class. Mathematlcs MRS. EVERETT KCARVER Vocal music. Director of Westemaires B.A.-Westmar, Iowag M.Ed.-Texas Technological College. I MRS. J. M. COX Homemaking. FHA head sponsor. B.S.-West Texas State College. MRS. DICK COZBY Journalism. Director of publications, Quill and Scroll sponsor. B.A.-Texas Technological Collegeg University of Southern California. MR. JAMES C. CRAWFORD Mechanical drawing, plane geometry. B.S.-East Texas State College. MRS. RAY V. CULP Biology. B.A.-Oklahoma College for Women MRS. T. D. DANIEL ' Homemaking. FHA sponsor. . B.S.-Texas Technological College. Mas. JOE M. DAVIS English. Y-Teens sponsor. B.A.-Southern Methodist Universityg M.A.-Texas Technological College. MR. R. C. DOLLAR Typing, shorthand. Student Council sponsor B.B.A.-Baylor Universityg M.B.A.-University of Texas. MRS. GORDON L. DOUGLASS English. B.A., M.A.-Texas State College for Women MRS. 1. C. ELAM English. B.A.-Sul Ross State Collegeg M.A.-'University of Colorado. fi' K .11 V- 'if' 2.019 - ' S S f:..ai1'E2'-,- if . fe.. ifiifgf'-21 ' f 1. E7 NJ Few areas of the curriculum have a more vital influence upon our lives than does science. In the study of science one develops reflective thinking and learns how to arrive at conclusions based upon experimentation. This type of thinking is basic to many professions and to the preserva- tion and enrichment of life itself. Our nationls defense and growth is dependent upon it. Mod- ern society is geared to science, whether one participates in its professions or enjoys its bene- fits as consumers, it is necessary that a person study its methods. In Lubbock Senior High more than one thou- sand students are studying in one or more of the 34 science sections offered. Twenty-one of these .sections are devoted to specific areas such as biology, chemistry, physics, and aeronautics. The remaining 13 sections are in applied science, a course designed primarily for students who do not plan to specialize in science. The Science Department has 7 instructors with Mr. W. C. Watts as head of the department. Typical of laboratory work in the Science De- partment is the scene above in which Mr. I. C. Richardson, chemistry teacher, is supervising the generating of carbon dioxide, an experiment be- ing conducted by four of his chemistry students, Robert johnson, Toni Manning, Kenny Cum- mings, and Bill Riddle. Science MR. MAURICE F ITE Algebra. Number sense. B.A.-West Texas State College. MISS LOTTIE CBAVES English. Y-Teens sponsor. B.A.-Barnard Collegeg Columbia Universityg Southern Methodist University, Texas Technological Collegeg George Peabody College MRS. R. T. GROVES Head librarian. Melvil Dewey sponsor. B.A.-Texas Technological Collegeg Southem Methodist Universityg University of Texasg Colorado A and Mg Texas State College for Women. MRS. GERALD HARRIS Music. Musicians Guild sponsor. B.S.-Texas Technological Collegeg M.M.-University of Texasg University of Southern California. MRS. CATHERINE T. HASTINGS English, Junior dramatics. Thalian Theatre sponsor. B.A.-Texas Technological Collegeg M.A.-North Texas State College. MBS. H. B. HAWKINS Social Studies. B.A.-Mary-Hardin Baylorg M.A.-Texas Technological College. MR. FRANK HAYNE English. B.A.-Tarkio Collegeg M.A.-Texas Technological Collegeg M.H.A.-State University of Iowa. MR. DAVID HESTER . Typing. Tennis coach, Hi-Y sponsor. B.B.A.-Texas Technological College. MBS. C. EARL HILDRETH Biology. Being Biologists Club sponsor. B.A.-Texas Technological College. MR. L. B. HOLLAND Mathematics. B.A.-East Central Oklahoma State Collegeg M.S.-Oklahoma A and M. 59,-f f , J, .1 MMMW 1 Q4 44 :is J., "iR3'4i f", fEJ:LiE..'f " , E , - ., 1 fskif-imey,-114 351' wi- " CTC. if v'1fIZZ'iC:Fi5Z,'? JE -.3-.Q vjwirp , :S ,mg 1 Q, VU?-59,7 JV :- If f'lfzf,il'4'.' f' VV . 5 7 4 66'-I-':2f'.Yg"'32'v,',:'.I'I'-jf",f,4-.:'52',fZ1E'W- ' . hi2.igq7'2f.f'L.11v.:. y 5 "lf f f . ' .-1:13, .'.yijfwygf-",'fJ'f . ' wife',.,:":.v:.z-wi-.1 " 41. -' "ff',-'w4w'f: ,A-4....',f.-rf.-.,1, , ff My ,.,,...a. .1g3ff,ffJ.g'.pf:? . i,fg.5'f.-,: ik S . i fi '1'V,,-S." " " . .y -ffl Ef:5w,',w' V ' ' ' - ' 7 ' fi,-1.fv.,':2Q.wffZ'z ,, f ' i'ffff-'Qg2if5f2gQQ29fWiaii T fPif,'."'. "" , ff v 2' .-1' -'-H1622zrfiifiiin ' 4, s . Y. if - 1.2 . ifffiivfi? , I fi ' ,157 " ' . 5-Q',.v.-15'f4+. 'F E lf' f -f 3 ,. ' 7.3 ' " -' 'W-.llQ3'7'f:s .ff ' v , , MISS GLENYS HONEY English. Junior Red Cross sponsor. B.A., M.A.-Texas Technological Collegeg Texas Christian University. MR. D. M. HOWELL Speech, dramatics. National Thespians sponsor. B.A.-East Texas State Collegeg M.A.-Ceorge Peabody Collegeg Northwestem University. MRS. TRUMAN HUTSON Physical education. B.S.-University of Texasg Texas Technological College. MISS KATHLEEN INCRAM Social studies. B.A.-Texas Technological Collegeg M.A.-Washington University. ' 3 .1 MRS. R. P. JOHNSON . Latin. Cens Togata sponsor. 3 B.A.-University of Texasg 1 M.A.-Texas Technological College. 1 1 MRS. H. R. KEETON English. Camera Clique sponsor. B.S., M.S.-Texas Technological Collegeg Highlands 'University. L lE"6'zif4QJ Q-bifida-v MFJTVL' 1 . L. gg, . , , , - ff 1 A VWW 'Mix x Qllwq MRS. DONNY LOU KELSEY English, developmental reading. Thalian Theatre sponsor. . B.S.-Texas Technological College. ! MR. E. E. KEY Woodwork. B.S.-West Texas State Collegeg M.S.-Colorado A and M. MR. ROBERT KNIGHT Audio-visual aids co-ordinator, Student Council sponsor. B.S., M.S.-North Texas State Collegeg Texas Universityg Texas A and M. MRS. M. F. 'LANDWER Applied science. Science Club sponsor. B,S.-Texas Technological College. , -K- .. For the student who would increase his cul- tural background in art, develop his artistic abil- ities, develop a hobby, or like a period of profit and relaxation during the day, the Art Depart- ment ofers a selection of courses that fits his need. Approximately 500 students are enrolled in this department under Miss Mary Wilson and Miss George Ann McFarland. This department serves as a source of information for students about occupations that require art training. Al- though specialized training is required before students may actually enter art vocations, such as advertising, the art classes ofered here serve as introductory courses. Commercial art, pottery, yearbook art, Art I, Art II, and Art 31-32 are offered by this departm ent. Yearbook art is of- rf ,,'1i,r'i 7 tffi -ff- r- 'frr' QQ 3 Qirfrfroval of art and Art journalism teachers. Art 31-32, Mechanical Draw- ing 21-22, Mechanical Drawing 31-32 constitute an art major. Mr. Iackson Larabee, Mr. I. C. Crawford, and Mr. E. E. Key of the Industrial Art Department help their students gain an active interest in in- dustry and the problems of production. Although industrial courses are not designed primarily to train boys for vocations, they do give them a general knowledge of what they might learn through special training. Of the 300 students in this department, 125 are in woodwork classes while 175 are in mechan- ical drawing classes. Boys taking woodwork are trained in the use of all woodwork hand tools and most ofthe power tools. Those in mechanical drawing learn the language of industry by draw- ings. Industrial MR. JACKSON LARABEE Mechanical drawing. B.S.-Southwest Missouri State College, M.Ed.-Missouri University. MR. LOVIC LISTON Distributive education. DE Club sponsor. B.A.-Texas Technological College, M.S.-University of Southern California. MR. E. LOWBEY Texas and American history. B.A.-Texas Christian University, M.A.-Texas Technological College. MISS ALINE MCCARTY Applied mathematics, algebra. B.A.-North Texas State College, M.A.-Texas Technological College. MRS. RAYMOND H. IVICDANIEL Junior business, typing. B.B.A., M.Ed.-Texas Technological College MISS GEORGE ANN MCFARLAND Art, pottery, commercial art. SOS sponsor. B.S., M.S.-Texas Technological College. MRS. W. F. McGHEE English. B.A., M,A.-West Texas State College MISS PECCY ANN MAYFIELD English, Latin. B.A.-Hardin-Simmons University MR. IACK MEARES, IR. English, speech. Radio. B.A., M.E.-Hardin-Simmons University. MR. THOMAS R. NEELY Agriculture. FFA sponsor. B.S., M.S.-Texas Technological College. Q 15 Four objectives are prominent in the Com- mercial Department: to prepare students for entering employment immediately upon leaving high school, to prepare students for advanced business courses in college, to help students be- come intelligent consumers, and to give basic training in typing for personal use. In addition to giving students the training they need, the department aids students in securing positions in ofices in the city. To attain positions with better chances for promotion, the depart- ment recommends that students broaden their business education in college. A total of 635 units of credit are offered includ- Studies ing typing, stenography, bookkeeping, junior business training, clerical practice, commercial algithmetic, commercial geography and salesman- s ip. The second semester Miss Bessie Bullock, head of the department, began an extracurricular shorthand class for those who planned to enter Interscholastic League shorthand competition or to prepare themselves for civil service tests. There are 900 students in the department under six commercial teachers. Jeannette Farris, Io Ann Van Norman, and Ioan Lowrimore, clerical practice students, are seen using a calculator during class period. Commercml MRS. H. R. NESMITH Homemaking. FHA sponsor. B.S.-Texas State College for Womeng M.Ed.-Texas Technological College. MR. H. H. NICHOLAS History. B.A.-Abilene Christian Collegeg M.Ed.-Texas Technological College. MR. MAX L. O'BANION Algebra, hysical education. Assistant ,basketball coach. B.S.-Southwest Texas State College. MB. BILL OGLESBY Plane geometry. Westemer football and tra coach ck B.S., M.S.-North Texas State College. MR. ROGERS ORB Physics, applied science. Slide rule sponsor, Amateur Radio Club sponsor. B.S., M.S.-Texas Technological College. MRS. BOB PARKER Bookkeeping, general business, commercial arithmetic. B.A., M.S.-Texas Technological College. MR. N. G. POWELL ' Algebra, trigonometry, solid geometry. B.S.-Nebraska State Collegeg ' M.Ed.-Texas Technologica College. MR. RANDALL RALEY Orchestra. B.M.-Hardin-Simmons Universityg M.M.-University of Texas. MRS. A. F. RASOR English. FTA sponsor. B.A., M.A.- University of Texasg Texas Technological College. MR. OLAN RICE Agriculture. FFA sponsor. B.S., M.E.-Texas Technological College. nfl ,. F1 ss ,I ,Z 9 .gr IW .as 2? 'ti 55 37 ffiisgsi 2355, kiwi 2 1 g W LKA' 1 UW' H ms nu X Fields fV it Ax A V ,i Training students for useful living is the main objective of the Vocational Department which includes H omemaking 11, 12, 21, 22, 31, 32, Home and Family Life 40, Textiles 42, Nutrition 41, Boys, Foods 11, and Personal and Home Prob- lems 20, summer projects, and Agriculture I, II, and III. One of the purposes in teaching homemaking is to give both boys and girls training and op- portunity to develop skills, gain knowledge, and accept responsibility in the different areas of elective home and family life education. Five teachers direct 543 students in a program including style shows, teas, displays, foods, lab- oratories, and the two new boys, courses in home- making, added to the curriculum this year. Four credits are available in the Agriculture Department which this year includes 140 boys. To familuzrize the students with agriculture and to establish boys in this field are the general aims carried out by the two instructors. Outstanding merits in poultry and livestock judging, cotton classifying, chapter conducting, and radio broad- casting have been recognized throughout thc state. Pictured above is Wanda Io Boyce as she is instructed by Mrs. H. R. Nesmith on new skills in clothing construction. Vocational ' "'+'lzs422.::g:ig.g:u 1 ' ' QW f 4 fd ,ff ' 4 fs ' ':ff1w5'6':. ., . .W .2 ff ,' .. :gg '- fa ' rc' V ifzwtglff 'ff ,I r. - I ,sv o f I sy ,mv X I I U5 Kyo ' If ,. I , f if aw MR. I. C. RICHARDSON Chemistry. TNT sponsor. B.A.-Hardin-Simmons Universitffg M.Ed.-Texas Technological Col ege. MISS CAROL IEAN SANDLIN Homemaking. FHA sponsor B.S.-Texas Technological College. MR. EDWARD SHIVE General metals. VIC sponsor. B.S.-East Texas State Collegeg Texas A and M 5 University of Texas. MR. TED SIMON Health. Pioneer basketball and football coach. B.A.-Southwest Texas State College. MRS. ETHEL K. TERBELL Clerical oilice practice, typing. A.B.-Baylor Universityg M.A.-Texas Technological College. MRS. C. R. THOMPSON Algebra, plane geometry. B.S.-East Texas State Collegeg M.Ed.-Texas Technological College. MR. CLARENCE TILLERY Social studies. B.S.-Texas Technological College. MR. SAMUEL H. VAUCHTER Plane geometry. B'.A.-East Texas State College M.A.-Hardin-Simmons University. MISS HELEN WALKER Assistant librarian. B.A.-Texas Technological Collegeg M.A.-University of Denver. MR. LLOYD WALRATH Mathematics. B.S.-Texas Technological College. 2, Q J ' l,, ll2'tiai , ,gi yy yr X, 2' fJ4 2 VA 4 il is 2, i t if 5 its gl 2 '2 . , Among the many recognized departments of Lubbock High School are those which might be grouped as vocational services with their varied curriculums including journalism and vocational industrial courses. The eight industrial teachers instruct 120 boys in woodwork, 28 in sheet metal, 170 in mechani- cal drawing, 33 in auto mechanics, 33 in indus- trial training classes, and 35 in distributive edu- cation. Phases of advanced work covered are welding, acetylene welding, machine and auto works. The department ofers two years of wood- work and two years of mechanical drawing which help develop the skills of the student. The publications field oyfers actual work on the yearbook and newspaper staffs where this year 80 students were trained in newsgathering and writing, advertising, photography, and sales- manship. Paula Smith, news editor, and Steve Noble, Sports editor, of the WESTERNER WORLD, are pictured above practicing some of the skills their journalism experience has taught them. Vocational Services Credit for the smooth functioning of the offices ma be given to these secretaries. From left to rigfft are Mrs. A. C. Leslie, record clerkg Mrs. A. A. Holmquest, attendance secretaryg Mrs. Roh- ert Knight, secretary to the principalg and Mrs. W. P. Headrick, secretary to the assistant prin- cipal. MRS. IVEY C. WARREN Library assistant. MISS ALLEEN WHITELEY Algebra, plane geometry. A.B.-Bay or Universityg M.A.-University of Michigan. MISS NELL MARIE WILEY English. junior Red Cross sponsor. B.A., M.A.-Texas Technological College. MISS CENELLE WILHITE Spanish. El Club Pan-Americano sponsor. 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V g,:,5.47kg .W 'f , fff I 'KLM 1 4? Aff 'if v f In ' F5 P A it if - -4, , - ,g2,'fi?gX',1i - ,5.1ggQ:'f.,il,i ma gf .H i reyalifia , V, i P: 2 if f 'Li' il t4 y Af ,atv 9 .3 'r 4 ' Vi 5 ll P Senior Officers Pilot Activities for 596 jimmy McLaughlin and Ioy Herod launched senior activities as president and secretary, respectively, of their class. As such it was the lot of jimmy to preside over all senior meetings and Joy to keep records, pay bills, and handle correspondence. Hand-in-hand with the vice-presidents, they planned all senior high-lights such as parties, the Lavinrac Renretsew, Kid Day, the class play, and the class assembly. They also Worked out traditional graduation events such as a trip, a banguet, and the commencement Graduates Money for the senior gift to the school was raised by the senior carnival, Lavinrac Ren- retsew, which spelled backward is Westerner Carnival, and the senior play. The carnival netted approximately 8438. Pictured before the 1952-53 senior gift, a mural in the cafeteria depicting the school's history, are the vice-presidents. They are, back row, Butch Lawrence, Keith Cecil, Ierrell Snodgrass, Larry Merriman, and Neil Mc- Mullen, front rovv, Carolyn Tapp, Ann Pend- ley, Kay Burnam, Toni Bannister, and Sharla Pepper. Class of '55 lm if I if . I I ,, gn J, I 1 " i Dir ' 1 .1 rx " we EG . f.,- 41. ,WM ',:. I V, 2 M23 . iss . 4, wb, ' ' jr.: :pam I I at ' '4?afL H . . 94i:'f' -1 m - ' H . , ,:h ,Zvh , . i- ' ' 22.1 ix , .m., , i1"Slr,,f 'AV f fs ' ,- gy: fkfyf, -:ang 135- Jw.- 4 'f , gf ff 9 , f 4, , vi .. ff' gf 1,1 5 fl 1. L ' 'X 6 A f nv 4 ff DON ADAMS ' VIC No. 95, sergeant-at-arms '54, '55, Hr. secy. '53, '54, Cowhand football '53. BARBARA ADKISSON Mary-Emma '53, Y-Teens '53-'55, Westernettes '53- '55, Choralaires '53, "B" A Cappella '54. VALENCIA AIRHART Band '53, '54, Y-Teens '53-'55, NHS '55, Intra- mural basketball champions '53, La Trezieme Musique '53, '54, FTA '55, I KAYE AKER Y-Teens '53-'55, Gens Togata '53, '54, NHS '55, Hr. secy. '53, '54, V. P. '55, FBLA '55, Ir. Red Cross '55. ' CHARLES AKINS Natl. Thespians '53-'55, Children's Theater '53-'55, one-act play '54, Soph. assembly '53, Ir. assembly '54, Christmas play '54, Ir. play '54. I. C, ALEXANDER ' VIC No. 95. MAXINE ALEXANDER Y-Teens '54, Hr. secy. '54. ANNEZ ALLAN Gens Togata '53-'55, Sr. V. P. '55, FTA '54, '55, sweetheart '54, Y-Teens '53-'55, tennis '55. JIMMY ALLDAY , Orchestra '53-'55, FFA '53-'55, chapter conducting '53, Hr. pres. '54. k DAVE ALLEN ' Hi-Y '53, '54, Cowhand basketball '54, Westemer baseball '53-'55, golf '54, Hr. V. P. '53. DON ALLEN Choralaires '53, Westemaires '54, BBC '53, VIC No. 95 '55. LINDA ALLS Y-Teens '53-'55, BBC secy. '53, NHS '54, Harmon- aires '54, FBLA '55. J. L. AMBURN CAROLINE ANDREWS Choralaires '53, El Club Pan-Americano '53, Hr Jr. Thesoians '54: Science Club '55. FRANCES ARMSTRONG Y-Teens '53, '54, FHA '53, DE '55. secy. '53, V. P. '54, Wrangler '53, Y-Teens '53-'55, MONA ARMSTRONG iB" A Capella '53, '54, Harmonaires '55, Hr. V. P. ,ggiggary-Emma '53, Musicians Guild '55, Y-Teens LEXIEANN ARNOLD Y-Teens '53. MIKE ARNOLD IERRY ARRINGTON BBC '53, band '53, DE '54, Projectionist club '55. IOHN ASHBY Hi-Y '53-'55, second Ir. V. P. '54, Cowhand basket- ball mgr. '54, Westernaires '54, Choralaires '53. CRAIG AUSTIN P. '53, TNT '53, '54, CAD '53, '54, parl. PAULA AUTRY Y-Teens '53-'55, SOS '53, Hr. secy. '53, WW typist '55. FLORENCE AXTELL Marietta High School, Marietta, Ohio, '53, Chick- asha High School, Chickasha Okla., '54, Y-Teens '54, Harmonaires '55. GEORGE BAKER MARLENE BAKER Y-Teens '53-'55, Gens Togata '53, '54, Harmon- aires '55, "B" A Capella '54, Choralaires '53. EDDY BALENTINE SHERRY BANKHEAD FBLA '53-'55. TONI BANNISTER Hr. secy. '54, Choralaires '53, Harmonaires '54, '55, Soph. assembly '53, Jr. assembly '54, Y-Teens '53-'55, chm. worship comm., Ir. V. P. '54, Sr. V. P. '55, Ir. Thespians '53, '54. KAY BARLEY Mary-Emma '53, Y-Teens '53-'55, Westemettes '53- '55, Choralaires '53, Harmonaires '54, '55. DE VELVA BARTLETT Children's Theater '53, Wrangler '53, Choralaires '53, Y-Teens '53-'55, Westernettes '53, '54, Science Club V. P. '54, '55, Hr. secy. '54, '55. JIMMY BATEMAN FFA '53-'55, sentinel '55. BARBARA BATTON Choralaires '53, secy. '53, Harmonaires '54, '55, pres. '55, Hr. V. P. '53, pres. '54, Hr. rep. '55, secy. of Hr. reps. '55, Musicians Guild '54, '55, V. P. '55, El Club Pan-Americano '53, '54, Y-Teens '53-'55, NHS '54, '55. TED BAZE US Army veteran. ,H-urzar . ag, J., , 7' "Q, '8..,p.. I .Q Q , ,,. K I 1 W " f o-,Q N . y 2' fb tr: " -. , , , Vs I 9 FF....w X. , , 3 '...-I A X. 1' A X ..... , , 53 1 A ' 51:1 ' ' x s 1 f' "0-V . wg Ji ,V ,, , kj 1 ' .... ,.,.., ,, I 1,7 'X JVN JRR 411' i Liff , . f . 4 ' '21, , I . f Bb.. . ', ...5"Q "' ' . I1-iigwfi fi .I 11" I swam 1. x , ,it ,EA Y any ., A , LL' "f 'ff 'X ' " I 7 ,, f Sf ff, f' 4 ,V A' 1 W, , 4' , ,, .,,4f, 9, araiag f 27 ,W K! any , X I 1 ' i f .14 .1 'HZ 1 3 ..,. . .M ,. af f! xv ff X ,..4...9i7?P , .. . . P277 46:Q:"V 4, V ' . , ' X , 2 :S Y -. ,,y- - , , .1 , . ' f ' 7 f 'if 4 ,xv ,. X 'ff' , "" l ' ' k ,, r' ' f "", - V ,. .5 :,, J . 5 X W ff' f f 17454 f if Vfffvf f ' 5? V 5 f wifi: v f,i 'E. JOHN BEARD VIC No. 10 '53-'55, Hr. pres. '54, VIC state meet '54 HARLAN BEABDEN 1 . VIC No. 10 '53-'55, secy. '54, '55, V. P. district. SHIRLEY BEDFORD Jr. Thespians '53, Westerner '53, '54. GLENORA BEESINGER Y-Teens '53, '55, FHA '53. IEANNETTE BELCHER Y-Teens '53-'55, Mary-Emma '53-'55, "B" A Cap- pella '53, '54. DORIS BELK Mary-Emma '53, Y-Teens '53, '54, FHA '53. CHARLIE BELLAH Pigneer football '53, Hr. pres. '54, V. P. '53, SOS '5 ARLYSS BENTON Y-Teens '53-'55, NHS '55, FHA '55, JIMMY BENTON El Club Pan-Americano '53-'55, social comm. '55, Intramural basketball '53-'55, JIMMY BERLY Westerner football '53-'55, track '53-'55, Hr. V. P. '53, '54, Hi-Y '53, Ir. Red Cross '53, BBC '53, VONSETI-I BERTRAM glgoralaires '53, Y-Teens '53, '54, Musicians Guild JERRY BESSENT FBLA '53, SOS '53-'55, VIC No. 109 '54, '55. VICKY BILLINCTON Y-Teens '53-'55, El Club Pan-Americano '53-'55, Ngtl. Thespians '54, '55, Mary-Emma '55, Hr. V. P. '5 TOMMY BIRD Post High School, Post, Texas, '53. JOYCE BISHOP Plainview High School, Plainview, Texas. DELPHINE BLACK Y-Teens '53, '54, Wrangler '53. NANCY BLACK Salem Community High School, Salem, Ill., '53 El Club Pan-Americano '54, '55, state meet '54 NHS '55, Y-Teens '54, '55, SOS '55, Ir. Thespians '54 CAROLYN BLANKENSHIP NHS '54, '55, Gens Togata '53, '54, Y-Teens '53 '55, Hr. V. P. '54, secy. 53. 4 DOROTHY BOND lNgIZryeIirc:1rria.'53:g5g,P?-Teens '53,5Hr.5gecy. '53, 5 ra alres , ar ' ' 4, ' , ELLA BOYCE """"""' BARRY BOYD VIC No. I9 '54, '55. CHARLES BOYD GAYLE BOYD Choralaires '53, Westemaires '54, '55, H. . V.P. 55, BBC '53, Hi-Y '55, Musicians Gdild"'5'5. ROBERT BOYD FFA '54, '55, sentinel '54, V. P. '55. BETTY BRADFORD Y-Teens '53-'55, Gens Togata '53, Science Club '55, Soph. A Cappella '53, Harmonaires '54, '55, Hr. secy. '53. DAVID BRADY 'gIglT5g54, '55, V. P. '54, '55, BBC '53, orchestra MILDRED BRANSOM Y-Teens '53-'55, FTA '54, '55, treas. '55, Wrangler '54, FBLA '53, CAD '53. VIRGINIA BRAY NHS '54, '55, Hr. V. P. '53, Ir. Thespians '53, '54, Ir. rep. '54, Y-Teens '53-'55, CAD '54, treas. '55, El Club Pan-Arnericano '54, '55. TONY BRIGGS Gens Togata '53, '54, Hi-Y '55, Hr. prog. chm. '54, local winner in Natl. Real Estate Board essay con- test Clst placel. MARSHA BROCK Choralaires '53, Westernaires '54, '55, all-state choir '54, girls quartet '54, '55, Musicians Guild '54, social chm. '55, NHS '54, '55, Y-Teens '53-'55, Hr. rep. '53, '54, Children's Theater '53, Ir. Thes- pians '53. BOBBY BROWN El Club Pan-Americano '53-'55, CAD '54, parl. '54, V. P. '55, Ir. Thespians '54, Ir. play '54. CLARENCE BROWN Cowhand football '54, Westemer football '55. DONALD BROWN Golf '53-'55, District Interscholastic League '53-'55, medalist winner '54, Hr. V. P. '53, TNT '54, band '53, '54, ,'.V . , I .QT siv, 1. vvv. V 2,2 2 :- , , ,.,.-V ,,. , ,'..., , 1 V" 1 , .,..,... . . 5.1 Lffxj 1 ' , , f: .g 'f'3"Y'.i-.'f5' , . -'t ' "" -' 5 I .iv Mm ,Z . . ,, , . 'mp . ' ' I .," V... ml' "" F . 3 , N g f X ' 4: .. ' V . , z., ,g." ' .1 . . ,,,, ' , , ,el ,, i,.ff- . ' 'f'51 f,: " 1- ,Lv 1: 5157 -9. ' .rrr ,if rv: A 2-g,2gf?2fg " H .1 3. ' Qv -2. . .MQW ' 4-1 't5f5,1:iZ .. ,.,. 5 -may ' mi fs'-f"",A fa , .13 ,gQ,.., V V k. Q. .,... H M l . -4365 . 'H " .f .... . .H ,.., ,,,,. . '- 'T 1 5 lass of '55 59 IIVAV , Y , X 4 "'W:1rnw I f :'.,.',... If ,"' V ,Li V , 6 ' Ei FF ' , ,V V p W AIA, , x , V ik h. .71 f , ,a , . Mfi 'H . I 1 ' ' J' 4 ff 4 I ' cg ff. if-+ if S rg, WW .- w ' ' ' 2' '- f-.', ' an 5'1" f. , 4 I' V lf. . , mf' ,','k,, wr t ' y fi, 2, 1 f f" i .,'f I iI'Z-gif Jlvzgf. E521-.ff -.vilffw ff" f-f, 2 ,ww f P57yf'Kg1g",,"2fl'i"' .27 ,Z 4 M, X, .5 ,'f' if . A 'ff ...T 4 4. 5 2 ' X7 1 . f ,, H ,, ,Ze r V. uw is l it , .. 4 :.1q,,,Ax 4 xi, 'V .f 12 .Q M-"" lass of '55 DONNIE BROWN Duran o High School, Durango, Colo., '54, Pioneer footbai '53. IEANNE BROWN NHS '55, Westerner '53, '54, Jr. Thespians '53. JOHNNY BUNTON DE '54, '55, BLANE BURKE Seminole High School, Seminole, Texas, '53, Y-Teens '54, '55, El Club Pan-Americano '55. KAY BURNAM Soph. V. P. '53, Ir. V. P. '54, Sr. V. P. '55, chm. publicity comm. '53, chm. plant and decoration comm. '54, ISCC '55, Girls' State '54, Ir. Who's Who '54, Y-Teens '53-'55, pres. '55, Choralaires '53, Westernaires '54, '55, NHS '54, '55. BETH BUTLER NHS '54, FTA '54, '55, social chm. '54, V. P. '55, rep. '55, Wrangler '53, Hr. rep. '54, Ir. assembly '54, Y-Teens '53-'55, Ir. Thespians '53, Children's Theater '53, Hr. V. P. '53. PHIL BYERS Hutchinson High School, Hutchinson, Kansas, '53. CARROLL CADDEL Camera Clique '53-'55, secy. '54, V. P. '55, Ir. play '54, Sr. play '55, WW advertising '53, tennis '54, Hi-Y '53-'55. SHIRLEY CARNELL Y-Teens '53-'55, Choralaires '53, SOS '53. RAY CARTER Hr. V. P. '53, pres. '54, Choralaires '53, V. P. '53, Westernaires '54, '55, pres. '55, Soph. assembly '53, jr. assembly '54, exchange assembly '53, '54, Musi- cians Guild '53-'55, SOS '53, Hr. rep. '54, '55. SHIRLEY CARTWRIGHT Musicians Guild '53, '54, Y-Teens '53-'55, NHS '55. L. D. CASEY H Westernaires '54, '55, Choralaires '53, Hi-Y '53, NHS '54, '55, Morning Watch chm. '54, EMORY CASSELL Polytechnic High School, Ft. Worth, Texas, '53, golf '54, '55, district '54, '55, golf club '54, '55. A. V. CATES E1 Club Pan-Americano '53-'55. ROMA CAVINESS Wrangler '53, Ir. play '54, NHS '54, Natl. Thes- pians '54, '55, prog. chm. '55, Y-Teens '53-'55, Children's Theater '53-'55, Hr. pres. '53, V. P. '54, secy. '55, KEITH CECIL Soph. V. P. '53, Ir. V. P. '54, Sr. V. P. '55, Cow- hand basketball '54, Pioneer basketball '53, Hr. pres. '53, Wrangler '53, Ir. assembly '54, Hi-Y '53. SALLY CHANCE Soph. V. P. '53, Y-Teens '53-'55, FBLA '53, Choralaires '53, Hannonaires '54, Hr. secy. '55- Wrangler '53, '54, LUIS CHAVEZ El Club Pan-Americano '53, Hr. V. P. '53. 1 SHARON CHICK Choralaires '53, BBC '53, V. P. '53, Y-Teens '53- '55, Westemaires '54, '55, FHA '54, '55, parl. '55, fggaggler '55, Musicians Guild '54, '55, Hr. rep. CORNELIA CHILDS Steubenville High School, Steubenville, Ohio '52, '54, South Side High School, Fort NVayne, Ind., '53, NHS '55, Y-Teens '55, CAD '55. CHARLES CLARK Choralaires '53, Westemer football '54, '55, El Club Pan-Americano '53, Cowhand football '53, Wrang- ler '53. RAYMOND CLEVELAND VIC '53, MIKE CLINE Musicians Guild '54, tennis '54. TOM COBB Cowhand football '53, Westerner football '54, FFA treas. '54, Ir. V. P. '54, Wrangler '53. RICHARD COLE Cowhand football '53, Westemer football '54, '55, Hr. V. P. '53, Wrangler '53, NHS '54. JAMES COLLIEB Camera Clique '55, track '54, Choralaires '53. HOWARD COLLINS El Club Pan-Americano '53, Hi-Y '53, Hr. pres. '53, '54, IAMES COLLINS Westernaires '54, '55, Choralaires '53, Hi-Y '53, El Club Pan-Americano '53, Ir. play '54. JO ANN COLVABD El Club Pan-Americano '54, '55, SOS '55. DELTON COMBS VIC No. 95 pres. '53-'55. LEORA CONDITT Y-Teens '53, Musicians Guild '53, DE '55. MARGARET CONDBAY Natl. Thespians '53-'55, NHS '55, Y-Teens '53-'55, Musicians Guild '55, FBLA '55, Gens Togata '54, '55, Ir. play '54, Children's Theater '53- 55, Hr. V. P. '55, Choralaires '53, BILL COOK . Westemer track '53, '54, district '53, '54, regional '53, VIC NO. 10 '54. W-, Hs figs 5"w:5e 1'ax X s fu M I ' "','x"'x . S ff' -, .. s r, '53 F' I 'VN 7 .,,. 'L lIF:r:!,, L.M 13 S.. ,Qvy , ' ' Q' -,, RN, 'EE' ff V My Q. 'vi I ' 4.9 e, I ' ff I ,1"4' PM Zig' ' pw! ,,.4-- .uv .ag -.Al '17 K E -ii Lf " .V .v JK R o leg k I 1,m sw. X M ver' , a I ft ? D Q , uf wfaw '-5 , M 1 X I ' if 3 pat-fn. , ,L in 2 in ff? , 'f - "7 f, TV' ,, E Q- I I 2 QA If ,n,f,k1f,,f-V a s ,VV, Mixing L , ' . 1 I '.42f,f-vi 4 f1'i?ffW"""'f, ,gr p f lv ffm,-"41ii"'f, I ff 5 W ',',, ,ww Q ,aff .... em ,,ff,,f, p ., lv. ,L A Vryf my I , I , . J, . , ,,V' !,WQ.47, ' If if Z V 43' " QL., f 41 f 'f-,ivy - ,aff 3 V f. ., , ,, , , 4, f A 4 f',' ty' j , xv, it aff Qwf Y' f 1 w .ff , Vx , i 5.1 JIMMY COPE Browniield High School, Brownfield, Texas '53, VIC No. 10 '54, '55, treas. '55. BETTY RUTH COX SOS '54. CLARENCE 'COX ' Ir. Thespians '54, '55, BBC '54, band '53, '54. JACK COX FFA '53, '54, Sr. advisor '53, CAD '54, '55, Cam- era Clique '54, '55, Science Club '54, '55. W Y V ONNE COX "B" A Cap ella '53, FBLA '53, Mary-Emma '54, SOS '54, ElpClub Pan-Americano '54, '55, Y-Teens '53-'55, Hr. rep. '55. YVONNE CRABTREE Y-Teens '53, '54, Mary-Emma '53, '54, La Trezieme Musique '53, '54, band '53-'55, regional contest '53, '54, Enid contest '53, '54. SUZIE CRAVENS Choralaires '53, Harmonaires '54, '55, Hr. secy. '54, Musicians Guild '53-'55, Y-Teens 54, 55, Science Club '55, Ir. Thespians '53, FHA '55, SYLVIA CRAWFORD Y-Teens '53-'55, Mary-Emma '53, Hr. secy. '54, Choralaires '53, "B" A Cappella '54. LIZ CRESON Ir. play '54, Sr. play '55, Natl. Thespians '54, '55, pres. '55, NHS '54, '55, secy. '55, Soph. Who's Whp '53, declamation '54, '55, Hr. rep.-'55, Childrens Theater '53-'55, Jr. assembly '54, Hr. V. P. '53. GARLAND CROCKETT Hagerman High School, Hagerman, N. Mex., '53, band '54, FFA '54, '55, dairy judging team '54. MARTHA CROMEB Band '53, '54, La Trezieme Musique '53, '54, Cens Togata '53, '54, NHS '54, '55, Y-Teens '54, '55. SANDRA CROUCH NHS '54, Y-Teens '53-'55, Harmonaires-'54, '55, Choralaires '53, Wrangler '53, Hr. rep. '53. WAYNE CULP TNT '54, '55, pres. '55, NHS '54, '55, Hi-Y '55, band '53-'55, pres. '55, Ir. play '54, Hr. pres. '55, Tri-state music festival '54. CHARLES CURE Sweetwater High School, Sweetwater, Texas '53. LA NELLE DAHNKE Y-Teens '53-'55, FTA '54, FHA '55, Hr. secy. '55. OLLIE DAMRON Y-Teens '54, '55. BILL BOYD DANE Band '53-'55, orchestra '53, Musicians Guild '53-'55, WBBC '53, '54, Camera Clique. pg, A 5, , DON DANIEL A, ",1'., Hi-Y '55, Youth in Govemment delegate '55, NHS "'i f '55, SOS '54, '55, Choralaires '53, Westemer A basketball '54, Pioneer basketball '53, Hr. pres. iai. at ..,, '53, '55, v. P. '54. W .QW ,, 'Vf' f 2. 4 'ua . " 4 ' 4 W 4 . . W 2 ' 'ff " 1 ' ff fr 1' ' z Q, ' sf, 'L v T, ' ' 'Z' va. , 1 , I i It 5 AUBREY DAVIS Pioneer football '53, '54, VIC No. 95 '54, '55. CAROL ANN DAVIS NHS '54, Y-Teens '53-'55, FBLA '55, FHA '55, Hr. V. P. '53, Choralaires '53, Harmonaires '54, '55. IERRY DAVIS Winters High School, Winters, Texas. NANCY DAVIS PATRICIA DAVIS Cens Togata '53, Y-Teens '53-'55, NHS '54, '55, Choralaires '53, Harrnonaires '54, '55, ensemble '55. TOMMY DAVIS Golf '54, Hr. pres. '54, '55, Hi-Y '54, '55, Jr. Thes- pians '53, Chilclren's Theater '54. CEORCE DAWSON Hi-Y '53-'55, jr. V. P. '54, pres. '55, Musicians Guild '53, Hr. pres. '53, '54, TNT '54, Choralaires '53, Westemaires '54, '55, V. P. '55, mgr. tennis '55, Boys' State '54, ROY DAY Westemer football '53-'55, co-captain '55, Westem- aires '54, '55, Choralaires '53, Cowhand basketball '53, Wrangler '54, Hr. pres. '53, V. P. '54, '55. NANCY DEAN Y-Teens '53-'55, Mary-Emma '53-'55, rec. secy. '55, Ir. Thespians '54, El Club Pan-Americano '53, Choralaires '53, Harmonaires '54, Hr. secy. '54. CAROLE JEAN DELANEY Soph. Who's Who '53, Jr. Who's Who '54, Western- aires '54, '55, rep. '54, '55, All-State choir '54, WW '54, '55, Quill-Scroll '54, '55, social chm. '55, NHS '54, '55, Hr. rep. '53, res. '54, secy. '55, rec. comm. '54, Soph. assemble '53, Ir. assembly '54. KENNETH DENNIS SOS '53, '54, BBC '53. NANCY DENNIS Hr. secy. '55, Y-Teens '53-'55, NHS '54, '55, El Club Pan-Americano '53-'55, regional Spanish vocabulary contest '54, '55, tennis '54, Harmon- aires '54, Choralaires '53. KAREN SUE DICKSON Y-Teens '53-'55, El Club Pan-Americano '53-'55, Musicians Guild '54, '55, Westemaires '54, '55, secy. '55, Hr. V. P. '54, '55. 9 LEE DICKSON PAT DORSEY Amarillo High School, Amarillo, Texas, '53, '54, H' Y-Teens '55, WW and W typist '55. ,- fn ln? f ' an ,,A In . , ,,,,.,. --rv I f' f 1 y f" s rn Class of '55 ' 'U f 4. , 7 ,U...., ',-',, ,. ,,-,J '. ' ,, 3.2 -7.12-. v ' ' X 'J . Ev.. 1' 2? .W . X Aww Z . 7: 452, fi ' ff "by f f .1 '11 -. - ,MM af . .. .. JD' - .ig , .rl . Q ., Y a TU' "WWW ,.,' I :Wh .Ig- ' 51: 1 .V ,v,.,.4,ff :- A 'ei' ,114 , "1E"f3f.2g.1:gff 10'-1-T VJLZZ, 2-I " EFI-.. ...JW-...av ug. E4 - '13 ',J?.'+m' 'W ff. is .,,.-1,1 L: ' 1-1-,Q , tg ..f'XfH'. "kiln " ..'.'.!W.. 5' '.,.. .V , 3 3 V iff- . Q ' Q' . 6 :I Class of '55 fmt -0 K Z V 4 459' 'ff . if f, ff 1 f c W ,gy if 5 ' ' ',',' ZF fi , .' f"f55Yf 5? Q . 'i c argg, -,QV 'Q ff ," I N ., fi 3 - 1, ,, w 15,5-. ' 2 ,,.,, , ,, . 2 "',' 5 ii Q , . we ,,," :Zi m , -- ! 'H Q ' V 3, ,ff "3 . -f ff f 'i' I. af., A ,, , ,Q JOE ANN DUDLEY Mary-Emma '53, Y-Teens '53, '54, DE '55. SANDRA DUDLEY Band '53-'55, Tennis '53-'55, capt. '55, La Tre- zieme Musique '53-'55, social chm. '54, Y-Teens '53-'55, NHS '54, '55, Gens Togata '53, FBLA '55. MARY DUNN Morton High School, Morton, Texas, '54, Y-Teens '53-'55, Gens Togata '53. WARREN DUNN , Stillwater High School, Stillwater, Okla., '53, 54, WW reporter '55. DALE EARLY VIC No. I0 '53, VIC No. 109 '54, secy. '54, treas. district I '53, '54, IEANNE EAVES FBLA '53, Hr. secy. '54, Y-Teens '55, SOS '55. DOROTHY EDWARDS Mary-Emma '53-'55, Ir. Red Cross '55. KENNETH EDWARDS Del Rio High School, Del Rio, Texas, '53, DE '55. TOMMY EDWARDS Musicians Guild '53, VIC No. 10 '54, '55, pres, '55, Cowhand football '53. WILMA EDWARDS El Club Pan-Arnericano '53-'55, Hr. pres. '54, rep. '55, Ir. assembly '54, FTA '55, Y-Teens '53-'55, Children's Theater '53, Ir. Thespians '53. CAROLYN ELLIS Mary-Emma '53, Y-Teens '53, Westernettes '53, SOS '54. DAVID ELLIS VIC No. 109 '54, '55, state sergeant-at-arms '55, district and local sergeant-at-arms '54, reporter '55, Hi-Y '54, FRANCES ELLIS Gens Togata '53, Y-Teens '53-'55, SOS '54, '55, Science Club '55. RICHARD ESTES Westerner basketball mgr. '54, '55, Cowhand basket- ball mgr. '53, NHS '54, '55, pres. '55, Hi-Y '53-'55 V. P. '55, Hr. V. P. '53, secy. '55, El Club Pan- Americano '53, Hi-Y rep. pre-legislature. IANICE EVANS A Wrangler '53, '54,, Soph Girls Choir '53, Harmon alres 55, V. P. 55, Y-Teens 53-55, Musician ' 'FII-fr Fl Clnlm 'P -A .' '52 'FIA- Culld . ,, , an ,mermano , . ,jr assembw 4- ,, , DON EXUM VIC No. 109 '55, prog. chm. '55, El Club Pan- Americano '53. WANDA FALLS Natl. Thespians '53-'55, Children's Theater '53-'55- FBLA '53, Jr. play '54. IEANNETTE FARRIS Soph. V. P. '53, FBLA V. P. '53, Y-Teens '53-'55' Hr. rep. '54, secy. '54, '55. 7 7 DEAN FAWCETT Westerner baseball '53-'55, Hr. V. P. '53, secy. '54, FBLA '53, Hi-Y '53. JANE FEATHERS Cary High School, Cary, North Carolina, '53, Westerner art staff '55, Hr. V. P. '55, SOS '55. BOBBY FENLEY All-state band '54, lst chair, bassoon, tri-state band '54, Ist chair, bassoong band '53-'55, WBBC '54, Wrangler '54, Hr. pres. '53, Musicians Guild JULIA FIFER Hr. pres. '54, La Trezieme Musique '53-'55, secy. '55, song leader '54, band '53-'55, Y-Teens '53-'55, tennis '53. ASHLEY FLAKE FFA '54, '55, pres. state Ir. chapter conducting team '54, SOS '53- 55. MARTHA F OLLOWILL NHS '54, '55, FTA '55, Y-Teens '53-'55, Hr. pres. '55, El Club Pan-Americano '53. DAVIS FORD Westerner football '55, Cowhand football '54, Soph. V. P. '53, Ir. V. P. '54, Hr. pres. '53, Hi-Y '53, El Club Pan-Americano '53, NHS '55. WENDELL FOWLER VIC NO. 10 '53-'55. A. G. FOX Interscholastic League VIC No. 10 '54, '55, Melvil Dewey '53, Mary-Emma '55, Camera Clique '53, Westemaires '53. MARY FRANCES FRENCH ELAINE FRISBIE Soph. assembly '53, Ir. assembly '54, CT '53, '55, jr. play '54, Natl. Thespians '54, '55. JIMMY FRY VIC No. 10 '55, prog. comm., Hi-Y '53-'55, SOS '54, '55. CHARLES CALLIMORE El Club Pan-Americano '53, FBLA '53, Musicians Guild '54, VIC No. 109 '55, Choralaires '53, Wes- temaires '54, '55, Pioneer football '53. JERRY GANN BBC '53, Hi-Y '55. GARY GARNER , Prop Busters pres. '53, VIC No. 10 prog. chm. 53, FFA '53-'55, Cowhand football '53. . ' A '? . fw- f l WI. 7 ff' fi " 4 V I If , ' ""'l-nu. 1 fffffjjf . fha , 4, 'f W 4: f Q X , W Mm -, , 4. ,. 4 ' IGM KHP' 1 ia. I, 4 - if l 4,23 'V I I eggs,-W '- w g,-rf I 5? 4, 5 uw, ,fi . V, g l . t . , ' V. ' ...gf- fffff' I If X' M '71, ,Q ., I j'gkr..i f ,, 1 Vf,, , REAGAN CARRETT GEHRIG GARRISON Westerner baseball '53-'55, Westerner football '54 '55, Pioneer football '53, track '55, Wrangler 54. ARTHUR IOE GENTRY Hi-Y '53-'55, TONY GIBSON FFA '53, '54. CHABLE CILLIAM Cowhand football '52, Westerner football '53, SARA COAD Band '53-'55, La Trezieme Musique '54, '55, Hr V. P. '54, Y-Teens '53-'55, Mary-Emma '53, F ERN GRAHAM FBLA '53. ANTHONY GRANES JEAN GRAVES Cens Togata '53, Y-Teens '53, '54. FAYE GRAY -FHA '53, Y-Teens '54, Hr. secy. '54. EDNA LOU GREEN Y-Teens '53, FHA '53, FTA '54, Hr. V. P. '54, Choralaires '53, "B" A Cappella '54. EUGENE GREEN VIC No. 95 '54, '55, Choralaires '53. MARTHA CREENLEE Waco High School, Waco, Texas, '53, '54, Y-Teens '54, '55g FTA '54, '55. NONA GRECG WW feature ed. '54, Y-Teens '53-'55, Melvil Dewey '55, Hr. V. P. '53, secy. '54, pres. '55, SOS '53-'55, pres. '54, BILLY GREGORY FFA '53, VIC '54, '55. ILEN E CROVES Declamation Club, Phillipsburg Missouri High School, Phillipsburg, Missouri. DAN CRYDER Hi-Y intramural basketball. JAMES HAGY LARRY HALFORD Natl. Thespians '53-'55, Children's Theater '53-'55, Ir. play, stage mgr. '54, Cens Togata. SUE HALF ORD Choralaires '53, Harmonaires '53-'55. JAMES HALL VIC No. 109, district state meets parl. '54, secy. '55. MICKEY HAM DE '54, '55, Hr. V. P. '54, Hi-Y '53g Wrangler '54, LA VIDA HAMILTON YVONNE HAMILTON Y-Teens '58-'55, Mary-Emma '53, Musicians Guild '55, Cgigralaires '53, "B" A Cappella '54, Harmon- aires . DAVE HAND Cens Togata '53, '54, Hi-Y '53, track '54, '55, ensemble '55. TROY HARBER Cowhand football '53, Westemer football '54, '55, track '53-'55. VERNA HARRINGTON Band '53, majorette '53-'55, La Trezieme Musique '53-'55, Wrangler '53 MONTE HASIE Hi-Y '53, Westemer basketball '54, '55, Cowhand basketball '53. MYRLE HASS Bolton High School. Alexandria, La., '53, Pineville High School, Pineville, La., '54, LLOYD HATCHETT VIC No. 10 '55, prog. comm. ION HATLEY SOS '55. MARTHA HAYSLIP Choralaires '53g Harmonaires '54, Y-Teens '53, '54, DE '55, reporter '55. FRANK HEAD ' nw 'X an , 1 I ',.V 'V Ruff 23,4 9 f . -., .V 1, ,f gs 4 1 W 3, f f 'W' 5 QQ' Q H I W.. 1-2, .11. . Q - Z ,-., I , f1::'v,IZ"?: M' 5. I I ' "7 5 lr. ' ' .V A ' I , 41 5 'Q 1 xx X" T 1 3 rj gi , K 52 f . -7 I 1, ' ' 1-,ff -'I ',,' -5:51. - '.1:,.,,-1' HZ, ":f , ,fF'f ' H 'Z , ay ff: T "" 'Ml' w. ' ' ' ' , gi 'tro . . r , , Q pw I ' I 4 . . f'1"l. "" 'Qi' i li' ., 2 1-.31-:iff"E.',g-. ., .f -new ' Liz, 'I fl it 134 if wr . gg, 35'-Z : .Z -V "g f, 4 . f , Q . ' . . H g ' kit, ,Q . A 4 Class of '55 JEROME HENDERSON Hr. pres. '55, FTA '53, Wrangler '54, Westerner I track mgr. '53-'55. . JIM HENDERSON ' Cowhand football '52, Westerner football '53, '54, track '55, Hr. V. P. '54. SHERRY HENDRICK Y-Teens '53-'55, SOS '53, Soph. Girls' Choir '53. JOY HEROD Sr. secy. '55, Jr. V. P. '54, Y-Teens '53-'55, treas. '55, Gens Togata '53, '54, Jr. V. P. '54, NHS '55, Natl. Thespians '54, '55, Jr. play '54, band '53-'55, social chm. '54, La Trezieme Musique '53-'55, parl. '54, exchange assembly '54, Wrangler '54. NANCY HERRING NHS '54, '55, FTA '54, V. P., Y-Teens '54, '55, Gens Togata '53, '54, Choralaires '53, Westemaires '54, treas., Jr. V. P. '54, Wrangler '53, Jr. Girl Quartet '54, Soph. assembly '53, Jr. assem ly '54, Intramural talent show '53. WENDELL HESTER Cowhand basketball '53, SOS '53, Westerner bas- ketball '54, '55, track '54, Hr. V. P. '55. BILLY HEWETT SOS '54, '55, pres. '55, Projectionist Club '55, pres. '55. DENNIS HICKS ' Camera Clique '53-'55, reporter '54, '55. GLENN HIGGINBOTHAN Choralaires '53, Westernaires '54, '55, Westerner lgagebsil '53-'55, Hr. pres. '53, FTA '53, Hi-Y JAN HIGINBOTHAN Amarillo High School, Amarillo, Texas, '53, '54, Hr. V. P. '55, Musicians Guild '55, NHS '55, Y- Teens '55, Harmonaires '55. OLAUDETTE HILL Soph. Girls' Choir '53, pres., El Club Pan-Americano '53, Hr. pres. '53, Y-Teens '53-'55, Melvil Dewey '54, '55, Hr. V. P. '54, '55. JAMES HILL Golf '54, '55. SONDRA HILL La Trezieme Musi ue '53-'55, prog. chm. '55, band '53-'55, Tri-state 'I-rand festival Enid, Okla. '54, FBLA '54, '55, 3rd V. P. '55, Musicians Guild '54, Y-Teens '53, '55. AMOS HODGE Chickasha High School, Chickasha, Okla., '53, VIC No. 95 '55. JIM HOGAN VIC No. 95 '54, '55, treas. '55, dist. 2nd place on poster '54, state 2nd place on poster '54. SARIIM HOLCOMB El Club Pan-Americano '53-'55, Ir. Red Cross '54, Hr. secy. '53, Mary-Emma '54, Melvil Dewey '55, 'NHS '54, Westemettes '53, Y-Teens '53-'55, CAD 54, '55, secy. '54, '55, district debate '53, '54, Interscholastic League Essay Writing '54. BROWN HOLDEN Cens Togata '53, '54, Hi-Y '53-'55, secy. '55, Wes- terner '54, '55, Jr. class section '54, class section '55. tion '55. ROSE MARY HOLDER Y-Teens '53, DE '54, '55. JOHN HOLLARS Gens Togata '53, Radio Club '55, Hi-Y '55, band '53-'55, Vernon Hi h School, Vernon, Texas, '52, Intramural basketbail '53, '54, CAD '55. 1. M. HOLLABS BUDDY HOLLEY Musicians Guild '53, SOS '53, Choralaires '53, Vgfgsgemsires '54, Wrangler '53, VIC No. 95 '54, STELLA HOLTON Y-Teens '53-'55. JERRY HOPKINS VIC No. 109 '53, '54, treas., dist. and state '54, tennis '54, '55, dist. '54, capt. '55. VAN HORN VIC No. 109 '53, FFA '54, '55, state, 4th place state contest '54. JERRY HOSTICK Track '53-'55, Cowhand football '54. JACK HOUSE Road-E-O '54, local, Jr. play '54, one-act play '54, dist., reg., and state, FBLA lst V. P., state parl. '55, Nat. Thespians '54, '55, tennis '54, Hr. treas. '55, CAD '54, Children's Theater '55. JAMES HOWARD Camera Clique '53, SOS '55. JOYCE HOWARD Y-Teens '53-'55, NHS '54, Jr. Thespians '53, dist. Interscholastic League Typing, Hr. pres. '53, secy. '54 IVA NELL HUDSON Brownfield High School, Brownfield, Texas, '53, Y-Teens '54, '55. f SUE HUFSTEDLER Choralaires '53, Mary-Emma '53, V. P., "B" A Cap- pella '53, '54, treas., Hr. rep. '54, '55. BOBBY HUGHEY , Intramural play '53, Hi-Y Intramural basketball '53, Hr. V. P. '53, pres. '53, Wrangler '53, DE '53, '54, reporter, state. SUE HUMPHREY Westerner '53-'55, So h. class section '53, Jr. class section ed. '54, Co-Editor '55, Quill-Scroll 54, '55, secy., treas. '55, Y-Teens '53-'55, El Club Pan- Americano '53, Wrangler '54, Hr. secy. '54. ANN HUMPHREYS NHS '54, Natl. Thespians '55, scribe, Y-Teens '53- '55, music elim., Westernaires '54, Jr. play '54, Children's Theater '55, Hr. pres. '55, Choralaires '535 'lkfinuif-4-.unc flirilrl 'RR 75A4 QlLlQfilV' Lf-gagug Typit . . JIMMY HUMPHREYS Band '53, '54, Science Club '53. CARLTON HUNEKE MED HUNT Westerner football '54, '55, Cowhand football '53, Hr. pres. '54, jr. Thespians '53. DOUGLAS HUTTON Natl. Thespians '55, Children's Theater '55, TNT '54, '55, prog. chm. '55, SHARK '55, Science Club '53, '54, secy. '54. GLENDA INGRAM Y-Teens '53-'55, Quill-Scroll '54, '55, NHS '55, WW feature ed. '55, WW circulation mgr. '54, '55, WW reporter '53, '54, Quill-Scroll Mardi Cras queen '54, Hr. V. P. '54. JANICE INGRAM FBLA '53, DE '54, '55,, treas. '54, secy. '55. NORMA JACKSON t Y-Teens '53-'55, Mary-Emma '53, Westernettes '53, , '54, Melvil Dewey '55. ' WAYNE JACOBS VIC No. 95 '53, '54, dist. state '53, '54, photog- rapher, rep., Camera Clique '53, band '53. CAROL JAMES J Hr. re . '53, Y-Teens '53-'55, Cens Togata '53-'55, Q Choralaires '53, Girls' Clee Club '54, '55. I l N 1 1 i BONNIE IANES Y-Teens '53-'55, Hr. V. P. '55. GERALD IANEWAY MAUREEN JENKINS Hamlin High School, Hamlin, Texas, '53, band '53- '55, Hr. secy. '53, Y-Teens '55, SOS '55. ROY JENKINS WBBC '53, '54, band '54, '55, Snyder High School, Snyder, Texas, '53. JO JOHNSON Richmond High School, Richmond, Ind., '53, '54, Y-Teens '55. LONNIE IOHNSON Baseball '54, '55, Hr. V. P. '53. NAOMI JOHNSON Band '53-'55, Hr. rep, '53, '54, Y-Teens '53-'55, Thalian Theatre '55, La Trezieme Musique '53-'55 parl. '53. DAN JOHNSTON SOS '55, Cowhand football '53, Hr. V. P. '55, Wrangler '54, BETTY ANN IONES Hr. secy. '53, Y-Teens '53-'55, Choralaires '53' "B" A Cappella '54, r 9 GEORGE FIONES IAGQI3EhanflOootbg1ll '53, VIC No. 95 '55. T NE Y-Teens '53-'55, El Club Pan-Americano '53-'55, secy. '55, NHS '54, '55, CAD '54, '55, treas. '55, EHrR?pj35. I R NES fggC,ao. 10 '52-'55, treas. '52, pres. '53, dist., state MELVA IONES El Club Pan-Americano '53-'55, NHS '54, '55, FBLA '53. NANCY JONES Melvil Dewey '53-'55, V. P. '53, pres. '55, El Club Pan-Americano '53-'55, Y-Teens '54, '55. KEN KAPLAN Taylor Alldendice High School, Pittsburgh, Penn., '53, '54, Children's Theater '55. DELWIN KEESEE Ir. Thespians '53, Musicians Guild '53-'55, Hr. V. P. '53, '54. IRMA KENDRICK Soph. Girls' Choir '53, Hr. V. P. '54, Y-Teens '53-'55, Melvil Dewey '54, '55. MARY LOU KENNEDY FBLA '54, '55, "A" A Cappella '54, Harmonaires '55, Mary-Emma '53, Hr. secy. '53. DON KERR Musicians Guild '54, '55, NHS '54, '55, Choralaires '53, Westernaires '54, '55, Cowhand football '53, Soph. V. P. '53, Ir. class pres. '54, Student body pres. '55. CHUCK KEY Westerner basketball '53-'55, co-captain '55, FFA '53, '54, meets team '54, Hr. pres. '53, '54. ROBERT KEY Choralaires '53, Westernaires '54, '55, Hi-Y '54, '55, social chm. '55, area. extension secy. '55, TNT '54, Hr. V. P. '55. JOY KIESCHNICK FBLA '53-'55, DE '55, treas., Hr. V. P. '54. PATSY KNIGHT NHS '54 '55, Quill-Scroll '55, Y-Teens '53-'55, lub Pan Americano '54, '55, WW feature ed. El C - '55, Hr. secy. '55. ROSE NELL KOEN Y-Teens '53-'55, El Club Pan-Americano '53-'55, treas. '55, NHS '54, '55, Westernaires '54, Harmon- aires '55, Musicians Guild '54, tennis '53, '54, WW tvnicf '53. L. 4. ERNEST KRISTINEK glgoralaires '53, "B" A Cappella '54, Westernaires DANELLE KUHN Gens Togata '53, TNT '54, Ir. Red Cross '55. SHIRLEY KYLE NHS '54, FBLA '53-'55, 3rd V. P. '54, reporter '53, DE '55, Hr. secy. '54. GARY LACEWELL VIC No. 10 '54, '55, V. P. '55, dist., state '54, track '55. BARBARA LAKEY El Club Pan-Americano '53, jr. Red Cross '55, Mary-Emma '54, '55, Musicians Guild '55, Y-Teens '53-'55, FHA '54, Choralaires '53. DELORES LAMB ' Ir. Red Cross '54, Mary-Emma '53, Y-Teens '53, Westernettes '53-'55. IANICE LANE Y-Teens '53-'55, Harmonaires '54, '55, Big Spring High School, Big Spring, Texas, '53, FHA '53. IO ALICE LANE El Club Pan-Americano '53, Y-Teens '53. JUNE LANG Choralaires '53, Westernaires '54, '55, Y-Teens '53- '55, Musicians Guild '55, FHA '53. ELLENOR LANGSTON Hr. V. P. '53, Y-Teens '53-'55, Gens Togata '53- '55, Choralaires '53, Harmonaires '54, '55. BUTCH LAWRENCE Hi-Y '53-'55, Westerner basketball '54, '55, Pioneer basketball '53, Hr. pres., V. P. '54, Ir. class V. P. '54, Sr. class V. P. '55, Choralaires V. P. '53, Westernaires '54, '55, NHS '54. CHARLES LAWRENCE Westerner Baseball '53-'55, Hr. pres. '54, secy. '53, Westernaires '54. BAXTER LAYMANCE FFA '53-'55, band '53-'55, marching band '55, Hr. secy. '53. JAY LEDBETTER V Cowhand football '53, Hr. pres. '53, VIC '54, '55. DON LEDWIG Interscholastic league debate '54, '55, Hr. rep. '53, VIC No. 95 '54, '55, reporter '54. CAROLYN LEFI W ICH I'Ir.,V. P. '54, secy. '53, Ir. Thespians '53, FHA 53- 55, Y-Teens '53-'55, Soph. assembly '53, Ir. assembly '54. RICHARD LEONARD FFA '53-'55. JACKIE LEWELLING Thanksgiving assembly '53, FFA '54, '55, Hi-Y intramural basketball '53, '54. .IESSIE MERLE LEWELLING glgoralaires '53, Y-Teens '53-'55, Mary-Emma '53- SARAH LEWIS Tennis '53-'55, Cens Togata '53, '54, SOS '53, Westernettes '53, '54. BRUCE LOKEY Interscholastic league debate '53, '54, dist., Hr. pres. '53, secy. '54, DE '55, Hi-Y '54. TED LONC Band '53-'55, marching band '53-'55, Tri-state band festival '54, Hr. pres. '53, V. P. '54, rep. '53, Wrangler '54, Hi-Y '55, regional band contest '53-'55. , MAC LOVE Cowhand football 53- 55, FFA 54, 55. MALCOLM LOVING VIC '53, '54, reporter. BILL LOWRIMORE Pioneer football '53, Cowhand mgr. '53, Westerner mgr. '54. JOAN LOWRIMORE Y-Teens '53, '54, Hr. secy. '54, Wrangler '53. JAY LUTHER Hr. pres. '53, orientation assembly '55, Hi-Y '53-'55, El Club Pan-Americano '53, SOS '55, golf '53' jr. Red Cross '54. 2 WALLACE INICAFEE FFA '54, '55, reporter, golf '54, '55. BETTYE MCCANN Y-Teens '53-'55, FTA '54, FHA '55. SANDRA MCCOMMAS Thalian Theatre '55, Y-Teens '55, El Club Pan- Americano '55, Hr. V. P. '55, Classen High School, Oklahoma City, Okla., '53, Texas High School, Texarkana, Texas, '54. GRACE MCCOWN Y-Teens '53, '54, DE '54, '55. SHIRLEY MCCOWEN Y-Teens '53-'55. ECHO MCCUIRE Choralaires '53, Westernaires '54, '55, librarian '55, Hr. secy. '53, Wrangler '54, Y-Teens '53, Cens Togata '53, '54, NHS '54, '55, Musicians Guild '55, librarian. .Q 4 f i . .4 '- ..,. . .x NN ek -s 3 f i'1' irt .f C' W 'is N ,, , 'Qi' f 29 P 4 , ql- .., gipaz, 4 '- -X f! . 4' , , ,.. f ff ' 4 .ft51ili" ., .. " ' A , ' 41 'I il A 5? 1 . Q4 I 1 aa' "' 9 , g Q5 'IQ 497 .vt Z' W-' I "I A A gg .W rrt tt A I I' 4 , ,9 ., , if Q 1 .9 X f X 5 f 'Q , f yn Y " Zz 3 ' JL, 'H ' ' 1, ' f ,fgf:'g.:faf.',,,,,,.,, ff fff f X yy ff , , flf 1 f 5 ff' ' W , , 1 ' fn f f ff , . f SW, , 4 419 fa f I wmv ' ' ff ' 5 ,, W f f' , . X - il" , I-.7i',ll5if - Y - 4 Yf""t' , f .5 V 1: 1,5 . ' n ' ff?i'f'-fi., - , 'W v"'.5'f.ZW?':" " ff 'jgst-fx' 24915. . ,jff 'f 1-Iriyfiff 1'1" if " I ' V ff' " .12.,:fiJf21"'Q K-av' 9' - JIMMY MCLAUGHLIN Westemer football '55, Cowhand football '53, '54, Sr. pres. '55, Soph. V. P. '53, Ir. V. P, '54, Hr. pres. '54, '55, V. P. '53, Hi-Y '53, NEIL MCMULLEN Soph. class V. P. '53, student body V. P. '54, Ir. class V. P. '55, safety chm. '54, Westerner football '53-'55, co-captain '55, track '53, '54, Westerner baseball '54, runner-up for Soph. favorite '53, Jr. favorite '54, Wrangler '53. HOMER MCNEAL CAROLYN MAAS FBLA '53, Y-Teens '54, '55, SOS '54. MAX MACGN El Club Pan-Americano '53, FBLA '53-'55, V. P. '54, '55, Choralaires '53, Westernaires '54, '55, Westerner baseball '54, '55, Hr. pres. '53, Ir. class V. P. '54. TONI SUE MANNING FBLA '53, Harmonaires '53, Y-Teens '53-'55, "B" A Cappella '54, '55, Hr, V. P. '54. GENE MARSHALL SOS '53, '54, Hr. V. P. '54. GERALD MARTIN Choralaires '53, Soph. assembly '53, intramural talent prog. '54, Westernaires '54, state's youngest commercial pilot. ALTON MASSEY LOREDDA MAYNABD ggegegis '53-'55, Mary-Emma '53, '54, Westernettes BOBBYE MAYNE VIC No. 10. DON MEADOR Cowhand football '53, SOS '53-'55, Choralaires '53. LINDA MEDDERS NHS '54, '55, Hr. secy. '55, FHA '53, Y-Teens '53, '54, Children's Theater '55, Ir. assembly '54, Ir. play '54. FRANK MEDLEY Debate '53, , GENE MEDLEY Westernaires '54, '55, Choralaires '53, FTA '53, Musicians Guild '54, '55, exchange assembly '545 Jr. assembly '54, BARBARA MERRICK Y-Teens '53-'55, NHS '54, '55, Cens Togata '53-'55, rep. '55, Wrangler '54. LARRY MEBRIMAN Cowhand basketball '53, Westerner basketball '54, '55, Soph. V. P. '53, Ir. V. P. '54, Sr. V. P. '55, tennis '53, '54, NHS '54, '55, El Club Pan-Americano '53, Hi-Y '53, '54, Hr, pres. '54, Ir. Thespians '53. DUANE MILLER Children's Theater '52-'54, Hr. V. P. '54, Natl. Thespians '53-'55. DICK MILLSAP Pampa High School, Pampa, Texas, '53, Hr. pres. '54, Hi-Y '54. LANDRA MILNER Tennis '54, Y-Teens '54, DE '55.' JACKIE MIMMS Cowhand football mgr. '53, Westemer football mgr. '54, '55, track m r. '55, Hr. V. P. '53-'55, SOS '53, Hi-Y '53, Wrangier '54. A. MOFF ITT Pioneer football '53, Pioneer basketball '53, SOS '54. RAY MOORE Hi-Y '53, Camera Clique '54, Quill-Scroll '54, '55, pres. '55, El Club Pan-Americano '54, '55, pres. '55, jr. play '54, Choralaires '53, Westernaires '54, '55, Westemer '53-'55, activities ed. '55, Pioneer basket- ball mgr. '53, Hr. pres. '53-'55, Wrangler '53, '54. IOE MORAHAN Band '53-'55, El Club Pan Americano '53. PHILLIP MORRIS VIC No. 109 '53, '54, FFA '54, '55. SUE MORRIS Y-Teens '53, '55, El Club Pan-Americano '54, '55, Westernaires '54, '55, treas. '55, Musicians Guild '54, Hr. secy. '55. ZOE MORRIS Y-Teens '53-'55. IEAN MOBROW Muleshoe High School, Muleshoe, Texas, '53, Y- Teens '54, '55, "B" A Cappella '53, '54. FRED MUNEZLER CARY MURDOCK FFA '53, '54, reporter '53, treas. '54. MARGARET MYRICK Y-Teens '53-'55, Melvil Dewey '53-'55, secy. '55, Gens Togata '54, '55, parl. '55, El Club Pan- Americano '53. JOE NAYLOR Track '54, '55, Hi-Y '54, '55, chaplain '55, Hr. res. '54, '55, Gens Togata '54, '55, Paschal High School, Ft. Worth, Texas, '53. DEAN NEWSOM FFA '53, '54, seed judging contest '54, chapter farmer '53, '54. .M. 55-32,1 -' f 41 .T 9131" ,,g.5,,i,1,2 I ' ' E , . ,1""5'i . 'TFP .. ,E 'mi m y - ' syn 'ff l v"""1 "" -if fi l ..,.. 5 1 ' .ao E Q. a7""""+ 2 f -32251, ., '-.3 1 2 4 i "5 'V I 1 4 " - iff f- - A , 1 ' 'lls 4 A so ' 4 y.:vfm:::,-f',.'., ,. 44f:-H ag' , f, ,gl 9 ' H ' f ---f- . . . ,.-- ,, f .1 .Aim , M M. .71-I " '- ln... - ,i .VVI , rf?" lass of '55 .. sw, . 1 2 ,F F f fa x f f Q ' fi:-z' ,'fl3?fffff'27y X 4 , x ' V ff' 1.,l 2. 2. V , fm ,,,,,,,yA V 1 ' i f .. , il 1 , A 4 1 5, ,, " fx , , "5 4 , , 4 -V " 'fi' f "f,:ff':::3fV':- if . ' fffl, 'Q .4 "-- H . "W-"f 1 '24, . ""', iV'jf3'f"' " . F A .. ' 55" ' jfzfgf Class of '55 STEVE NOBLE Golf '53-'55, WW sports ed. '55, Quill-Scroll '54, '55, NHS '54, '55, Hr. rep. '55, Hr. pres. '54. BETTY NOE "B" A Cappella choir '55, Y-Teens '53. BILL NOLAN Choralaires '53, Westernaires '54, '55, Pioneer foot- ball '53, '54, track '53-'55, BBC '53, Musicians Guild '55. BETTYE NOWELL Cens Togata '53-'55, parl, '54, historian '55, state convention '54, Y-Teens '53-'55, NHS '54, '55, In- terscholastic League typing '54. JIMMIE OGIESBY MACK OSBORNE Cheerleader '53-'55, Natl. Thespians '53-'55, secy. '55, Ir. play '54, Children's Theater '53-'55. LLOYD OWEN GAIL OWENS Y-Teens '53-'55, El Club Pan-Americano '53-'55, Choralaires '53, Harmonaires '54, '55, Hr. V. P. '53. RAY PAGE PAT PALMER Band '53-'55. EDRIN PARRACK FBLA '55, Y-Teens '53-'55, La Trezieme Musique '53-'55, secy. '54, V. P. '55, band '53-'55, secy. '55, Hr. secy. '53. CAMILLE PARRISH Y-Teens '53-'55, Cens Togata '53, '54, Choralaires '53, Harmonaires '54, '55, Hr. secy. '53, V. P. '54. BEVERLY PATRICK El Club Pan-Americano '53, Y-Teens '53, '54, Melvil Dewey '54, VIC '55, Hr. secy. '53, '54. NELDA PATTERSON Y-Teens '53-'55, FBLA '53, Soph. assembly '53, Choralaires '53, Harmonaires '54, '55, Hr. pres. '53, Wrangler '54. PATSY PATTERSON WILLARD PATTERSON PPIENTISS PEAK Choralaires, '53, librarian '53, "B" A Cappella '54, Westernaires '55, Musicians Guild '53-'55, Hi-Y 54, '55, SOS '53, FBLA '54. ANN PENDLEY Soph. V. P. '53, Jr. V. P. '54, Sr. V. P. '55, El Club Pan-Americano '53-'55, Soph. assembly '53, Ir. assembly '54, Sr. assembly 55, exchan 'e assembly '55, chm. cafeteria comm. '54, Wrangfer '54, Hr. pres. '55, Y-Teens '53-'55, publicity chm. '55. SHARLA PEPPER Hr. secff. '53, Wrangler '53, Choralaires '53, So h. assemb y '53, student body treas. '54, Ir. assembly '54, Y-Teens '53-'55, lst V. P. '55, Musicians Guild '54, Westemaires '54, Sr. V. P. '55, Sr. cheerleader '55, Homecoming queen candidate '55. JOHN PETTY VIC NO. 95 '54, '55. SALLY PETTY Y-Teens '53, '54, FHA '53, Melvil Dewey '53, '54, Choralaires '53. THOMAS PETTY I. C. PHILLIPS Littlefield High School, Littlefield, Texas, '53, JANIS PIERCE Y-Teens '53-'55, 2nd V. P. '54, prog. chm. '55, Gens Togata '53-'55, Hr. secy. '53, rep. '54, '55, Wrangler '54, NHS '54, '55. BETTE PIGFORD Midland High School, Midland, Texas, '53, Mary- Emma '54, '55, Y-Teens '55, Wrangler '54, Hr. rep. '54, Westerner and WW typist '55, Interscholastic League Typing '54. GARY PILKINTON Crockett High School, Crockett, Texas, '54, Pro- jectionist Club '54, '55. CHAPILSEY PILLARS Homing High School, Homing, Okla., '53, Wol- forth, Texas, '54, Hr. pres. '55, Musicians Guild '55, Y-Teens '55. ROBERT PINKARD VIC No. 10 '53, '54, VIC No. 109 '55. JANE PIPKIN Gens Togata '53-'55, Y-Teens '53-'55, NHS '54, '55. JENNY LYNN POE Choralaires '53, JOAN POLLARD WW assoc. ed. '55, page 4 and exchange ed. '54, special reporter '53, NHS '55, Quill-Scroll '54, '55, Mary-Emma '53, '54, corresponding secy. '54, Girl of the Month '54, Y-Teens '53-'55, Hr. rep. '54, V. P, '54, secy. '53, state ILPC 3rd place on newstory. T. A. POOL FFA '53-'55, VIC No. 10 '55. JAMES POPE rl win ih- ' LW :- gags A ",1s. 1 " s ... i ., if .,kv- :Iv 4. 'Hy , 5' "' - 1 ' ' " '," L Vkk , flu. '2"!" '5 157' 1 fl R' 9 . N' I' i ,. as s,,,s f V f 5 N-. I ' at' 1 3 . . a 'f 0-- 'Q 1: ' " ' h l , an ,. ff fa '19 ' 4. - .,-. 5' gay , -. ..,.,, ,iv ,Y Q 1 5 N , .,,- ,Y 1 I: Y ',:.,:,.,:,V V.,-.f " :,. ,, A-1,-Q I j , E,.qf -. . I If ZFX gm ra Q . erc' to I ' I 1 , 5' 5145 W: . . 0 LAVERNE POPE DANA PORTWOOD La Trezieme Musique '53-'55, pres. '55, FBLA '54, '55, pres. '55, band '53-'55, Y-Teens '53, '55, NHS '55, Mary-Emma '55, Musicians Guild '54, Hr. re- porter '55. JIM POSEY Band '53, '54. CAROLE POWELL Y-Teens '53-'55, El Club Pan-Americano '54, '55, Musicians Guild '53, Hr. secy. '53, '54, Wrangler '54 BILL PRICE FFA '52-'55, Pioneer football '52, '53. TOMMY PRICE Natl. Thespians '54, jr. play '54, Pioneer football '53, tennis, Hr. pres. '53. MELINDA PROCTOR Huntsville High School, Huntsville, Ala., '52, '53, Hr. pres. '55, Wrangler '54, Thalian Theater '55, Science Club '55, Y-Teens '54, '55. DALE PRUETT - FBLA '53, DE '54, '55, pres. '55. PAT RAINER Hr. pres. '54, secy. '53, Wrangler '53, Soph. V. P. '53, Jr. secy. '54, student body secy. '55, Y-Teens '53-'55, food-Finance chm. '55, FHA '55, Gens Togata '53, V, P. '53, Who's Who '54, tennis '53, '54, NHS '54, '55, Girl of the Month '55, Home- coming queen candidate '55. ROBERT RAINEY Pecos High School, Pecos, Texas, '53. MACK RANKIN Amarillo High School, Amarillo, Texas, '53. REVA RASCO Y-Teens '53-'55, El Club Pan-Americano '54, '55. WAYNE RATISSEAU Camera Clique '53, FFA '54, '55, Ir. play '54, Pioneer football '53, Hi-Y '55, Hr. pres. '53, V. P. '55. MARY RAY Westemettes '54, Y-Teens '53-'55, Mary-Emma '53, TOMMY REAGOR Amarillo High School, Amarillo, Texas, '53, '544 CAD '54, '55. ROBERT REASONOVER Hi-Y '55, tennis '54. DONNA REED JOY REEDEP. Hr. V. P. '55, Gens Togata '53-'55, Y-Teens '53-'55 Choralaires '53, Harmonaires '54, '55. BRADFORD REEVES NHS '54, '55, Cens Togata '53, Cowhand football '53, '54, track '54, '55, band '53, Hr. pres. '54. DAVID RIGNEY Hr. pres. '53, Gems Togata '53, Choralaires '53, Camera Clique '54, exchange assembly '54, '55, Westernaires '54, '55, Childrerfs Theater '55, Natl. Thespians '55, Sr. play '55. ALBATENE ROBERTS Y-Teens '53, '54. CATHALENE ROBERTS Y-Teens '53-'55, NORMA JO ROBERTS FHA '53-'55, reporter '54, treas. '55, Y-Teens '53- '55, NHS '54, 55, Hr. V. P. '54, Choralaires '53. BONNIE ROBERTSON Hi-Y '53-'55, Ir. Red Cross '54, '55. SARA ROCHELLE Y-Teens '53. THOMAS RODGERS Camera Clique '54, '55, pres., Westemer, WW photographer, Dandurant amateur photography award '53, SHIRLEY ROGERS Y-Teens '53-'55, Mary-Emma '53, '54, Choralaires '53, secy-treas. '53, Hr. secy. '53, Harmonaires '54. PAT ROHE Melvil Dewey '53, '54. MILDRED ROSS Y-Teens '53-'55, El Club Pan-Americano '54, '55, NHS '54. HABBELL RUDOLPH Pioneer basketball '54, Wichita Falls High School, Wichita Falls, Texas, '53, Hr. pres. '55, BARBARA BUFFNER Mary-Emma '53, Y-Teens '53. BETTY RUTLEDGE FBLA '53-'55, reporter-historian '54, secy. '55, Westemettes '53, NHS '54, '55, Y-Teens '55. RAY LEE RUTLEDGE Hi-Y- '53, BBC '53, NHS '55, Pioneer football '53, Hr. V. P. '54, Wrangler '54. .:,V.:.,.,, g.,m,'5,.j Q13 723'LfQ':7:"1tl 7 f13:1n4Wggf,Q1f f f f Z , X f X if f f Z ,c,4,,,.4f,, ., .1 - fig 1 f M?" " f 4 f QW ,ow X f gb 'E W' X fl f I '7 Class of '55 W1 . , , -, .k,,, A, , . I 1, Aww ' . ' 'affair ' ',f"' ef ,f 4 ' A ' Z1 ' r ' V , ,hr i k , I ,Wd aw- , 4 . 1 f 1. 4 ' . ,, , , 1 . f 4 v rrrr .rlr ' gg, f . 1 cb . - azmflez 5 f , ff ' ANZ-,-17211 ,fi '-r.wf4:z , up 1 A., 1 5 r 'l .dn-10-f 5 ' 34i.,'g ff ' f ' -, ,M-,f. , at A . r' V, ,, V, ,'a,,,,,, . , ,,,. A E, ,.,. ,.,V i ,A x . gg, ik: -K 1 V' Z 7,1 iw, ,.AA4V1 su gl , ..,- BOB SANDERS Track '53, Westernaires '54, '55, Cowhand football '54, Pioneer basketball '53, Soph. V. P. '53, Hi-Y '53, '54, Hr. secy. 54. BILL SANDY Band '54, '55, WBBC '54, '55, treas. '55, NHS '55, Wyandette High School, Kansas City, Kansas, '52. EDWIN SARTOR Pioneer football '52. DICK SCALES Westemer basketball mgr. '55, Cowharmd basketball mgr. '54, Pioneer basketball '53, Hi-y '55, FFA '53, '54, BBC '5s. MORRIS SCALES NHS '54, '55, FBLA '53, Cowhand basketball '53, Westemer basketball '54, '55, Choralaires '53, ten- nis '53, Hr. pres. '55. JOAN SCOTT FBLA '55, Y-Teens '53-'55, Westernettes '53-'55, Hr. secy. '55. TOMMY SEWELL Cowhand basketball '53, '54, Hi-Y intramural bas- ketball '53,"54. . MARY ANN SHARP Band '53-'55, tennis '54, '55, capt. '54, Who's Who '54, Y-Teens '53-'55, NHS '54, '55, La Trezieme Musique '53-'55, Hr. secy. '54, Gens Togata '53. B. C. SHAW Smyer High School, Smyer, Texas, Projectionist Club '55. WALTER SHAW TOM SHELBY Littlefield High School, Littlefield, Texas, '53, '54. CAROLYN SHELTON Y-Teens '53-'55, Musicians Guild '53-55, Choral- aires '53, Harmonaires '55. SANDRA SHERRILL Sweetheart VIC No. 109 '55, Y-Teens '53-'55, Ir. Thespians '53, '54, Children's Theater '55, Ir. play '54, jr. assembly '54, Choralaires '53, Harmonaires '54, tag chm. '55, Hr. rep. '55. JERRY SHIPP Westemer football '53, '54, FBLA '53-'55, Wes- terner baseball '54, '55. IVA SUE SHROPSHIRE Hr. secy. '54, Hr. rep. '54, Y-Teens '53-'55, Musi- cians Guild '54, '55, Ir. Thespians '53, Choralaires '53, Westernaires '54, Girls Glee Club '55: Ir. assemblfw Ffilfwn-2""-'fill 1 est, JERRY SIDES P I-1?rgSiIE5ES'55, FFA '53, '54, Wrangler '54. Westerner basketball mgr. '54, TOMMY SIMMONS JACQUENET SIMS Hr. V. P. '54, FBLA '53, Y-Teens '53-'55. SAM SKIBELL Hi-Y '54, '55, El Club Pan-Americano '54, Science Club '55. YVONNE SKINNER Gens Togata '53, '54, historian '54, Westernaires '54, '55, ban '53-'55, tennis '55, NHS '55 La Trezieme Musique '53, '55, Y-Teens '55, Musicians Guild '54, '55, Choralaires '53. JOE RAY SMART Hardesty High School, Hardesty, Okla. BOBBY SMITH Hi-Y '53, '54, Gens Togata '55, SOS '53, Westerner baseball '55, Hr. secy. '53, Science Club '54, bus. mgr. Sine Nomine '55, Wrangler '54. DIANA SMITH Musicians Guild '53-'55, Y-Teens '53-'55, tennis '54, '55, Hr. pres. '53, Choralaires '53, Westem- aires '54, '55, VIC No. 109 sweetheart '54. ELAINE SMITH Y-Teens '53-'55, Mary-Emma '53, '54, sergeant-ab arms '53, Ir. Thespians '54, Choralaires '53, Har- monaries '54, jr. play '54, Natl. Thespians '54, '55, Children's Theater '55, Hr. rep. '54. LA RUE SMITH Choralaires '53, Harmonaires '54, Y-Teens '53-'55, Musicians Guild '53, '54, Thalian Theatre '55. LILBUBN SMITH Westerner and WW photographer '54, '55, Ir. Who's Who '54, Camera Clique '53-'55, pres. '54, Quill-Scroll '54, '55, NHS '54, '55, WW adv. salesman '54, '55, asst. photographer for athletic dept. '54. LLOYD SMITH PAULA SMITH Quill-Scroll '54, '55, Y-Teens '53-'55, WW sports ed. '54, assoc. ed. '55, El Club Pan-Americano '53. RONALD SMITH FFA '53. JERRELL SNODCRASS Soph. pres. '53, Ir. V. P. '54, Sr. V. P. '55, West- emer basketball '54, '55, Cowhand basketball '53, NHS '54, Hi-Y '53, '54, Hr. pres. '53, V. P. '54, Gens Togata '53. BILL SPARKS VVho's Who '54, NHS '54, '55, Quill-Scroll '54, '55, Cowhand football '53, '54, Hr. pres. '54, WW spe- cial reporter '54, sports writer '55, Gens Togata '53, Hi-Y '53, TNT '55, reporter '55. MARIE SPARKS FTA '53-'55, V. P. '54, pres. '55, FHA '53, Hr. secy. I N, , - -. ,f A .Muff ai.. 5 :V it "' P Q 'Tif ' -1ii9"' A , - . --sv' :"":?,,, p "'iA s ts ln.. - , ...I ff .I nf N . v I FE 'I 'K 2. if + ,, V Pg , an , .,,, I I ff . Ti? lt f C.3Qi::,g,E 'ol ,f Q-'LL f +, I 'Qs , .zafptz 44 93 we 'Q fa Wai H. V 41 'Z 0 I f '1"' f . ' -J ' fl Q ... 'Y J V ffl ig "fr . :' J t .QQ -.i f f' ' , " " 'E 1:fr,.-153, f 2 -iff' ' I . N .4 W f V, 3 1 , , ' if 2 fe 7 llr'V , N, ix. 5 , Q4-N ,4 S i'-ff' "'-f' ,,f .ff 1 ' .. . x 010 X r if -f-ull., g., . ,VV I V- H L-f fl, 1,..f,. ,,-, 1 ' f Z, ,.,, ,.,, , V It ,k,, , g ' ' 5 ,,,, it ,,,f ',i,, ,,,- . ,,g4v yr, 0 1 if :e Ag, vm- ff., .V X ff 1 X 'Z fs! f f f , ,K f 4 af , 1115, 'f Qfwfn Ama. wfa.a ffff A ., an safe A ...,.i . 5 1 , f ' '52 . ' f' .QW 4, 2 , , f' -: .5 V 17 'VwAV 'v' 'NYJ f, 4 , V 2' ' faaibaigf 4 v, ' 1 -v ' ff K..-waa... gif' , JV My ,,,WQ,,5 f 'f'fw??? ., ' 1 -7 ',.', f ' " '-'f , f. . . A : A is 'A H F, . V , . ,A A'Q?f . ,1 , i I . - f lf .Q -J'a+. W apga. 5. .a'ggt.w "" .4 X V-,,, Jjggmr V, A,V, 'Vi ,V SAMMY SPARKS Pcrryton High School, Perryton, Texas, '53, Choral- aires '53, WW typist '54, Y-Teens '54. TED SPARKS IERRY ANN SPENCE Westemettes '53-'55. BARBARA SPINKS FHA '54, '55, 5th V. P. '54, 2nd V. P. '55, Y-Teens '53-'55, Musicians Guild '54, '55, Choralaires '53, Westernaires '54, '55. KARL SPUHLER Pioneer football '53, track '54, '55, Hi-Y '55, FFA '53-'55, Hi-Y intramural basketball '53. IAN STANLEY Science Club '53, BBC '53-'55, Tri-state band con- test '54, Interscholastic League band contest '53-'55. PAT STANLEY Hr. secy. '53, V. P. '54, El Club Pan-Americano '53, Natl. Thespians '55, Y-Teens '53-'55, Musicians Guild '54. SAM STANTON FFA '53-'55, parl. '54, '55. NELSON STARR Pioneer football '53, Cowhand football '54, VIC No. 109 '53, Hr. V. P. '53, pres. '54, Wrangler '53, '54. HARRY STASNEY Musicians Guild '52, TNT '53, SHARK '54, band '53-'55, Tri-state band '54. FRED STEEN Pioneer basketball '53, '54, Hr. V. P. '55, baseball '55, Hi-Y '53-'55, VIC No. 109 '53-'55, V. P. '54. IOE STEGER FBANCESSTEPHEN A Y-Teens '53-'55, Harmonaires '53, Westernaires '54, '55, Gens Togata '53-'55, rep. '53, secy. '54, pres. '55, Musicians Guild '54. TEX STEPHENSON KENNETH STEVENSON Pjioneer football '53, Westerner football '54, FFA ' 4. CHARLES STOGNER SOS '53, Natl. Thesiuians '53-'55, Hr. secy. '53, Hi-Y 54, 55, El Cub Pan-Americano '54, '55, CAD '55. LARRY STOVALL DE. LAMAR STRANDTMANN Band '53, '54, Pioneer football '54. Y-Teens '53, '54, FBLA '53-'55, FHA '53, '54, PHYLLIS STROUD La Trezieme Musique '53-'55, FBLA '55, Y-Teens 53-'55, band '53-'55, reg. band contest '53-'55, Tri-state festival '54, Hr. V. P. '53, secy. '54. BARBARA SUDDUTH Y-Teens '55. JERRY SUMMERS Gens Togata '53-'55, NHS '55, Hr. V. P. '53, Choralaires '53. DON TANKERSLEY FFA treas. '54, secy. '55. CAROLYN TAPP Soph. secy. '53, Ir. V. P. '54, Sr. V. P. '55, Soph. Who's Who '53, NHS '54, '55, Quill-Scroll '54, '55, FHA '53-'55, pres. '55, V. P. '54, Girl of the Month '55, Wrangler '53, Hr. V. P. '53, '54, West- erner '54, activities ed. 54, layout ed. '55. BARBARA TARLTON Y-Teens '53, '54, FBLA '53, Soph. Girls' choir '53, "B" A Cappella '54. MARY LEE TAYLOR Y-Teens '53-'55. WILLIS TAYLOR Interscholastic League debate lst place dist., lst place reg., state '54, Gens Togata '53, Musicians Guild '53, CAD '54, '55, parl. '54, pres. '55, NHS '54, orchestra '53, '54, Hi-Y '53. ARCHIE THOMPSON Cowhand football '53. JOYCE THRUSH Quill-Scroll '54, parl. membership chm. '55, Gens Togata '53, '54, NHS '54, '55, Y-Teens '53-'55, WW special reporter '54, Westemer '53-'55, copy ed., adv. ed. '55. DON TILLERY E1 Club Pan-Americano '53. JACK TIPPS Camera Clique '53, '54, V. P. '53. JERRY TISDEL VIC No. 109 '54, '55, treas. '55, dist. '54. BOY TUNNELL Pioneer basketball '53, Cowhand basketball '54 Hi-Y '53, Choralaires '53, tennis '55. IUANICE TURNER Y-Teens '53-'55, Hr. rep. '54, NHS '55. 1 V 1, ' ' A. . f Lxzifff-' ' wZf2H4:zf2'v12:'1- . ii '- .,., .. E, S,,Q.gf,'-ly, .1 V :H 'sczrfm-.f'QEf:zvrfzmgwar-ztfi-I .,,,.. .0 ' " 'PZ-f'53f?i1 fa:--f:'21:E" n ?W?75ff"'.. 241354Hi.zixirersqzzl'Hr.f:1pffprf::'3i55'zffifiriiirffdii-.Z A., . ml.-E2S2..Erf ,-,-j:gggE.Li,fr2, 'fgzrijg " 35,52 "2LfE-3513 L . ,:4'+.' 2 Z' rrspf'-iw -ut --:"r:f.w 1' 1' - .,.- . mg. .,, ,, , ,.., . t. '54-.ma 2,5 , N, :FT ' - fl' 2. ' ww I fv , gui., v 4, " I if L iii' iz' lass of '55 Q, , ,,,A Y, , Q Q 1' 2 like "?' , A, ,. , .... X, fwwf - . 42 .. , ,M f,,, 5, ,Q-12" 5 ,fi,w1!EH,W 'V - ,t ff ,, H ,,, f., 2 , f W v9z', , f' WW' , y K V L- ff 9 1 4 5 ' A 5 'AV' , ,-A' ' 'Q HAQ' iff' 9 'V' f , , , A J' Q, if X i T ,AQ 2 H Wx M' f f1,?'+e-'.,,,"f1 ,i' lass of '55 84 , '45, Pioneer basketball '53, Cowhand basketball '54, Choralaires '53, "B" A Cappella. I' BOBBY TYNER El Club Pan-Americano '53, Natl. Thespians '53, DE '53, '54, sergeant-at-arms, Hr. pres. '53, '54. BENNIE USSERY FFA '53-'55, dist. '54, state '55. l IO ANN VAN NORMAN W Soph Girls' Choir '53, Choralaires '53, Y-Teens '53- 5 '55, Harmonaires '54, '55, Musicians Guild '53. JOYCE VAUGHN Q Westernettes '53, Y-Teens '54. SAM VAUGHTER Haskell High School, Haskell, Texas, '53, band 4 '54, Tri-state band festival '54, tennis '54, WBBC , '54, '55, Hr. pres. '54, '55. i l 1 SARA ANN VICTORY T SOS '53, '54, Y-Teens '53-'55. CLAUDETTE WAITE g21Teens '53, '54, jr. Thespians '53, Science Club GLORIA WALLER WW '53-'55, editor '54, '55, special reporter '53, Soph. Who's Who '53, Ir. Who's VVho '54, Girl of the Month '55, Y-Teens '53-'55, Quill-Scroll '54, '55, NHS '54, '55, Wrangler '54, alternate to Girls' State '54, Interscholastic shorthand, journalism '54. N PAT WALLIS XgTeens '53-'55, Choralaires '53, Harmonaires '54, 5 FRANK WARD San Marcus Military School, Casper, Wyoming, '53, VIC '55. IANELL WARD Y-Teens '53, DE '54, '55, "B"'A Cappella. ANTIONETTE WATSON Y-Teens '53-'55, Mary-Emma '53, '54, Melvil Dewey '53, '54. BURL WEBB FBLA '53, tennis '53. ROY WEBB FFA '53-'55, pres. '55, Hr. secy. '54, Wrangler '54. ROY TURNER f TOMMY WEIR Westemer football '55, Cowhand football 54, Pioneer football '53. BOB WELCH Pioneer basketball '53, '54, baseball '54, '55, SOS '53, '54, FBLA '53, Hr. V. P. '53, El Club Pan- Americano '53. BENNETT WELLS golosgvglt High School, Roosevelt, Texas, '53, FFA s I-NO WEST Cens Togata '53, FBLA '54, La Trezieme Musique 53-'55, Y-Teens '53-'55, HERSHELL WHITE FBLA '52, '53, El Club Pan-Americano '52, '53, "B" A Cappella '52-'55. HULON WHITE Marching band '53-'55. MARGARET WHITE Choralaires '53, Harmonaires '53, '54, Y-Teens '53-'55, Hr. V. P. '54, Westemettes '53, '54. MARILYN WHITWORTH Y-Teens '53-'55, "B" A Cappella '54, '55, secy. '54, Hr. V. P. '53. CAROL WIEDEMAN Y-Teens '54, '55, FHA '54, Westemettes '53, an- nual arts '55, RICHARD WIESEN Pioneer basketball '53, Hr. V. P. '54, Hi-Y '53-'55. SARAH WILEY Y-Teens '53-'55, Mary-Emma '53, Choralaires '53, Harmonaires '54, '55, ensemble '55, Hr. secy. '53 SONDRA WILK El Club Pan-Americano '53, Y-Teens '53-'55, Choralaires '53, "B" A Cappella '54. NORMA WILKINSON Y-Teens '53, '54, Westemettes '53, '55, FHA '53. BILLY WILKISON Gens Togata '53-'55, NHS '55, Choralaires '53. ELIZABETH WILLIAMS Y-Teens '55, Girls' Soph. choir '53, FHA '55, Wrangler '53, GAYLE REA WILLIAMS Putnam High School, Putnam, Texas, '52-'54, Wes- temaires '55, Hr. V. P. '55, Musicians Guild '55, Y-Teens '55, LARRY WILLIAMS BBC '5-3. PHIL WILLIAMS Cowhand football '53, Westerner football '53-'55, track '55. ' ,iii ,. .sv , vr 9' ? ' M r' , fflfixpf , ' -"'. 3 "" l 7 Q, '4'l,1 T4 4 4 590.1 1. 1:1 , ,, ff, ,mf ' 'N N , xl 2, 9 ,1 0' j , v ' K 9 . 'L1 ' . 4,1 . , , . . 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'54, baseball '55, Hi-Y '53-'55, Camera Clique '53-'55. CARMA JEAN WILLIAMSON Cheerleader '53-'55, head cheerleader '55, Soph. favorite '53, Y-Teens '53-'55, chm. service comm. '54, chm. social comm. '55, El Club Pan-Americano '53, '54, V. P. '54, Hr. pres. '53, Soph. V. P. '53, Ir. V. P. '54, VIC No. I0 sweetheart '55, Home- coming queen '55. FRANK WILLIAMSON Hr. pres. '53, NHS '54, '55, Melvil Dewey '55, Pioneer football '53, Cowhand football '54, Choral- aires '53, student coach '55. AVA WILLINGI-IAM NHS '54, '55, Y-Teens '53-'55, Hr. rep. '53, pres. '54, VIC No. 10 sweetheart '54. ANNE WILLIS Y-Teens '53-'55, El Club Pan-Americano '53, '54. CHARLES WILSON " Band '53-'55, SHARK '55, V. P. '55, Cens Togata ' '53, '54, Falls Church High School, Falls Church Va., '53. , Westerner '54, '55, Ir. class section '54, Sr. class, Club Pan-Amexicano '53, FTA '55. , SUZANNE WILSON Westerner '53-'55, Co-Editor '55, NHS '54, '55, Quill-Scroll '54, '55, V. P. '55, Soph. Who's Who '53, El Club Pan-Americano '53-'55, Y-Teens '54 '55, FHA '53, Hr. secy. '53, 5 IOAN WIMBERLY , A Choralaires '53, Mary-Emma '53, Musicians Guild. 'gg-'55, Y-Teens '54, '55, El Club Pan-Americano, Y-Teens '53, '55, FTA '54, '55, social chm. '55, Wrangler '53, Hr. V. P. '53. A CHARLES WITTY ' Band '53-'55, Camera Clique '53, Hi-Y '55. VIVA WOLF WADE WOLF Westerner basketball '54, '55, co-captain '55, track- '53-'55, Cowhand basketball '53, Cowhand foot- ball '53, Wrangler '54, Hr. pres. '54, V. P. '53, Hi-Y '53-'55. Q X. -5 I FRANCES WILSON A section ed. '55, Hr. secy. '55, Y-Teens '53-'55, El , BEVERLY WITT I I I I I GERALD WOOLAM Band '53-'55, asst. drum major '55, WBBC '53-'55, secy. '54, pres. '55, Hi-Y '54, '55, NHS '55, TNT '54, '55, social chm. '55, Science Club '53, jr. play '54, Wrangler '54, reg. music contest '53-'55, Tri- state band '54. BOBBY WOOTEN DE '54, '55. EVELYN WOSSUM Band '53-'55, La Trezieme Musique '53-'55, parl. '54, Y-Teens '53-'55, PAT WRIGHT DE '54, '55. PHYLLIS WRIGHT Cens Togata '53, '54, Y-Teens '55, NHS '55, Hr. secy. '54. DAVID YOCUM ,Melvil 'Dewey '53, Hi-Y '53, Camera Clique '53, '54, asst. prog. chm. '54, Quill-Scroll '54, DE '55, Westemer and WW photographer '54. I Ir. Thespians '53, Y-Teens '53-'55, Hr. secy. '53, OYCE YOUNG V. P. '54, pres. '55, MARY YOUNG Y-Teens '53, '54. EDDIE YUZBICK VIC No. 95 '54, '55, Choralaires '53, Gens Togata '53, intramural basketball '54. , ,. , AL K '-', -' , 3 ' """ C ' 3' "" 7 T -. .. sl. 3 4 iies A ,"' i """"' f lali .a4. 4 'Q .7217 .wi f , i' ' r ,-" r , A ,.'I V K A, 3 It l Z f r, V at r S, it ,,,.. r S 1, Z' was r , :V .'gfr.:fem--.af-.ggi N "S.,,.,, ,,, .., ? .5 -sr .a., . -. "' ' A' f ,-.',,, Ray Moore, who took a 53-day sum- mer tour of ten countries in Europe, shows here some of the souvenirs col- lected on his trip. Displayed on a map of Europe is a microscope, a camera, a cashmere sweater, his passport, and a Swiss watch which not only tells time, but gives the day of the week, the month, and the year. He is shown opening a musical beer stein from Germany. Ray has traveled an estimated 17,575 miles, walked approximately 300 miles and climbed some 61,000 steps. Different types of money he used on his tour included dollars, pounds, shillings, pence, marks, lire, groschens, cents, pfennig, guilders and francs. According to Ray, Paris and Rome were the most impressive cities visited on the tour through France, Germany, Switzerland, Monaco, Italy, Austria, Belgium, the Netherlands, England, and Scotland. 87 At the beginning of the fall semester, stu- dents circulate petitions of nomination for candidates for vice-president of the class. This season 13 girls and 11 boys from the senior class took out petitions for the race. Diana Smith, Sharon Chick, and Liz Creson are re- ceiving petitions issued by Carma Williamson. Mr. Charles Denison of Zales jewelry iits Elizabeth Williams' senior ring to her Hnger while David Hand looks on and awaits his turn. Charles Stogner and Mildred Bransorn admire each other's ring. The rings are gold with the LHS monogram on one side and a bucking bronco with '55 under it on the other side. An engraving of the front of the build- ing is on top of the ring. The ring was first designed and accepted by the student body for the graduating class of 1931. Cn duty for all senior activities are the 22 sponsors of the class. Mr. Gray and Mr. Knight, head sponsors, oversee, along with the others, the Work and plans done by the class officers. One of their largest duties is that of overseeing the plans of graduation ac- tivities. Pictured discussing these arrange- ments are Mr. Maurice F ite, Miss Bessie Bul- lock, and Mrs. Cordon Douglass. Kid Day, the Lavenric Benretsew, the Senior Assembly and Senior Day are also duties which demand long Work and careful planning to make them a success. History Made with Big Round-up of Activities fWW"?-'f??Z?ft:Zi'52C"-'- ff Z .'iL1'Tf Preceding the election for Senior Class President and Secretary, campaign skits were held. In a skit showing joy Herod's qualifica- tions, Jimmy Henderson holds a "D" for de- pendability. While Wade Wolfe directs the procedure, Butch Lawrence stirs a mixture of Ioy's qualifications. Each candidate is allowed five minutes for his complete skit and election speech. Cars and buses decked with the black and gold really add to the fight-ho spirit of a foot- ball game. Twisted streamers unfurled in the wind, rousing slogans sprawled on sides of vehicles, and enthusiastic football fans symbo- lize the football season in Westernerland. Keeping with this tradition are Doris Edward, James Chatman, Sue Humphrey, and Iames Collier as they add the finishing touches to their car before the game with Odessa. Dancing at the "Club 55,' was crowded but lively at the "Lavinrac Pienretsewv held No- vember l9. Featuring a circus theme, large pictures of Chartreuse lions, red elephants, and "polka dotv monkeys blended in an atmos here of circus music. Highlighting the carnivall was a freak show, house of horrors, masquerade party, and "Club 55.9 This Westerner Carnival is sponsored each year by the seniors to raise money for a class gift to the school. This year S400 was netted by the project. Seniors Enjoy Last at Childhood April 1, the traditional Kid Day for seniors, found seniors in frilly dresses and short pants. The best dressed seniors, Butch Lawrence, Carma jean Williamson, and Sam Stanton, were featured at the party held after school. Sharla Pepper and Med Hunt entertained on the kid program with the song "Where Will the Dimple Be?,' Suzette Francis sang "Honey." Kay Barley is playing jacks as Roy Webb, Naomi johnson, John Ashby, Wayne Culp, Dick Scales, Tommy Price, Warren Dunn, and Frances Wilson await their turn. Pat Rainer, Barbara Batton, Kay Burnam, and Joy Herod watch as Larry Merriman displays his skill at the game. lla , 4 -Y -, ,lv ix .fgaff Ne! fi K ,far-441 ,,', 'Wig :aff Tw il l .- wfrgx '- g m ff : V, 0- " ,ft I ' Af, rv 1, Z. 'Q Hx -:':- ""' f f-Q41-i,,q,L.u'Z9f'+,"2 I X f ' f5n'j1'.1-'jf -10- wr.. ,.-f"' - --'JZ 4- ' ukllm' f 'W-2, N ' , X . HIE: ff' W ,f X . ,Vit In L-'Q-Y ,.. 5 , ......,,......--i-- ,....-51. ..X" xx -I X H. ,, H zu M., ef-f x ' .f"-4Q-6-"L- ' Aww ,,.., , f WC-5 M,-. 'N CM- fi mix. , 9 ' 4 ,N A 'A ff A - , -J w . -,ff - , .W . - V ,- -i .. . .J 41" f X , . 9. V ,wpx A '--wp. .V ,W , '- . 5. V ' Hy. mf.-.fv,, "1 '-w,g . , ., f.f..z:!-J, , ":a- r.-wm:.:-Xiu - 1: 51.-.. .,,. 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Out of the class of 691, four candidates were chosen to run for the election. Dewey Bryant for president and Sarah Simmons for secretary were the opposing candidates. Mack and Mary Sue served as chairmen of all the Iunior Class activities. Among these activities are the Iunior Class parties, the Junior-Senior Prom, given in honor of the seniors, and the junior candy sale, held to raise money for the prom, in which approximately 8150 was made. In December the juniors presented their class assembly of acts using' "Toyland" as the theme. The Junior play was given in the spring. With a ratio of one vice-president for every 50 in the class, the above students were chosen to lead their class. In addition to servin as class officers, each is also engaged in other scliool activities. Pictured above are Kenny Cummings, who is social chairman of National Honor Society, Gor- don Deering, second vice-president of Hi-Y, Ken Blackford, a member of Hi-Y and Iunior Bed Cross, Glen Woody, a member of the Cow- hand football team, Dewey Bryant, a member of the Westerner football team, and Tommy Callaway, boy cheerleader for the Iunior Class. On the front row are Sandra Hendrix, who is corresponding secretary of Gens Togata, john- anna Zournas, second vice-president of Y-Teens, Jacque Price, a member of Y-Teens and Gens Togata, Beth Davidson, girl cheerleader for the junior Class, Linda Taylor, a member of Nation- al Honor Society and Y-Teens, Sarah Simmons, treasurer of National Honor Society, and Kay Liner, librarian of the Choraliers. During this year the junior Class was con- fronted with the problem of splitting their class between Monterey High School and Tom S. 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" ,f ' 6-v 1 ,fl JL ,, 4, , 415' , 'iys i ., s'si ,, an ,V ,,,, 'shy :L 51,5 gm ' I, vrv, fryf Qi f J' f if JE - ima in jg? 10 1 ,, a, fy., I i Q ,f ,ff 4----. 1, , ,, V f, fan' Y as , -Ar Q f, 1 T i l f l , Q, , 1, 5 'ff . s wf' f eh M - , , . -5 '.-,- A 11917 'V A as ff " vw' new 'E' "f, Us ,, 1 ' Sziax , ' :,,v:i K5 .'f1tg, A f,V Zin. V, I V f ' f ' 2' V. 3. "" ' , ff? W J 5 AA,, " 1 f' af- , W iiyy srir ryis ' riri 'f ! 4 'W QMUQWZ' 4? Class of '56 116' ork and Play Make a Full Day Congratulations are in order to jane Grant for being the only junior to make five A's for the first nine Weeks of school. Miss Nell Marie Wiley, head junior sponsor, is check- ing janeis good record of work. "Come to the circus, the greatest show on earthli' sing the clowns janice Worley, Susan Mansell, Elizabeth Brown, Amelie Starkley, and Don Lowrimore during Mary Sue Wilsonis unique circus skit for the oflice of secretary of the junior Class. Music with a Latin-American beat just naturally calls for a dancer, the dancer that iills that bill is Irrna Ga- lindo. Featuring a variety of dances, she entertains at parties, club rneet- ings, Tech programs, and on tele- vision. Irma has studied in Monterrey, Mexico, and Laredo. ,M Q Q FS 'x 5 4 Q , :M Co ,, 1 "'ZcfQ 5 is B -qs: , ,Nr Q00 ., to - 5 Domestic Ability Shown By Boys Colors of both teams are furled around the goal posts preceding each football game by the different classes. juniors decorating are Sybil Marion atop the cross bar, Sandra Hendrix, Jacque Price, Carolyn Hobgood, Susan Mansell, Iohnanna Zournas, Ann Barkley, Lois Taylor, Nanette Cros- bey, and Marilyn Warren. Slaves to a stove! This expression describes the boys taking a course in homemaking organized this year, David Kelley, Eugene Price, Larry Dobbs, A. C. Fox, Terry Garrett, and jimmy Vaught, left to right, are seen preparing a meal. With high hopes of victory and a sure bet for excitement Westerners Sandra Hendrix, Sarah Simmons, Ann Cordon, Janelle Ohlenbusch, Ia Na Spark and Helen Smith board a bus bound for Abilene. Student busses Were chartered for every out of town game except the one at Dallas. Shining like a star in the yearis activities was the Iunior-Senior Prom, attended by 100 couples. The prom is given each year by the I unior Class in honor of the Seniors. Those enjoying the high points of the evening are Lucretia Breazeale, Kenneth Blackford, and Peggy Owens, Dale Stanley, center, and beginning at the top and looking clockwise are Nanette Crosby, Mack Robertson, David Edwards, Linda Taylor, Pete Hudgins, Donna Couk, Bob Hancock, and Kathy White, Gordon Graves. 7 A Industrious Westerners, Robert Adams, Donna McLaughlin, Patsy Painter, Harold Hammett, and Bill Dean,,took time from their busy Christmas schedules to help string ropes of silver tinsel and attach fes- tive paper Poinsettias to the walls of LHS. Amid a setting of snow laden trees, the Junior party was a "Winter Wonderland" of fun! Beverly Shoemaker glides among snowy hr trees to the strains of "Blue M oonv while an attentive audience and jack Frost look on during the talent show. Prom of tars X Activities f X X , xx! I. 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Class of '57 'ICQ 4 Shannon Golding Carlene Goodwin Anita Gordon Mary Sue Gott Norman Gowens George Graham Jimmy Graham Roy Gray Charles Green Carolyn Grifhn Horace Griilin Horace Guthrie Bruce Haass Beverly Hagood Charles Haley Dale Halford Gus Hamblett Hartwell Hamilton Lynn Ellen Hammack Marialys Hankins Christi Hansen Wayne Hardin Sue Hardy johnny Hargrove Calvin Harkness Nellie Harp Iames Harrell l Iudy Harris Lillie Mae Harris Bobbie Harrison Joe Harrison Judy Hart Karen Hartzell Scott Hastings 573 Margie Hatton saarrrr " ,. A fgyif-ggwgf , A W Kenneth Havis Larry Hay Mercedes Haynes Jimmy Haynie LaWanda Hazel Robert Hazlewood Jerry Head Saundra Head Printiss Headrick Ann Headstream Janice Heald Janet Hebberger Robert Hebberger Martha Hedgcoth Joe Henderson Mike Hendon Pat Hendon Linda Henry Billy W. Henson Bob Henson Bonnie Henson JoAnn Henson Patsy Herron Ray Hewett Barbara Hicks Floyd Higgs Donald Hightower Hillard Hill J. M. 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F ' 35. ,, ,JJ ,jg 1 Q- in A ' M L Sly. 4 155 ' ,, V Y f i ' 1 'M Z I 0' of 1 .4193 ,f .W M V., -v',iin:"'f " mv 4? ig vi Q mga rw , H' J fu fiiz, "hu f ar- ffl 1" Q .-.Sf 'Qi Bill Holmes i f J J J Douglas Holmes i f 35 7 Richard Holmes , ' f y ,f,. iq. zz f V 1s, J IW 'L rrtil Eugene Holt 6. o,.4, ,. ,llhl J Connie Holton ff?-'L-2113 fv ffililf ' ' if w il' lll , ' 4 ,,nln '45 ,xg - A' if ,, ,, ' " 0 f, ,V ff! JVM' , ffaq, Q. ' ' ,ff , ff 4 . , ,Y .wi :fm 0 , , .,, -W aw f -Y' . p f 4 gf, ,ir if I vi- qt, U f an I ,fl Z X" , ll if 12 Lass., Qs if X? J Q ,. 5 - J ,k,.,fff ,ff - , f 4 f r fl ly 7 lit in Lklkfkfwiffz Q H W ,,ffV 1. vi E. Holub Dale H. Hood Odie Hood Lyndal Leo Horn Dora Howard f f: ,f ff,-swf, , if f 4 X ff X. . , , R f l ,, if QQ., , " 4 Mary Lou Howard Graydon Howell Pat Howell H Jimmy Huckabee Darvin Huddleston if .vii gf 1 , 2 'x Z, ,f W af , 4 .' M6155-r f i f ' ,,1.4, , r . . '-.4 , , , , gi y.,',1f,:,,:f',,,f E4 -. 1111 'J s , ,niitvj 3: . ,f ?,. 93, , . 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'I VAAV V P yy AE f- 'E VW 'f', W WWW- W 2' W2 f ' SAW M2fY ITWH1 figgfg g W 3 ' 'W - it W ,V fksiliilrei' ff ,QWWWW1 ' " ' 1 f - ' f fiff, 1' 'V ' Q W V if QW? ,, rf..W ,, fW WW: "3 rary as i 'Q 141 142 'x ,K illing Sophs Orientated In Academic Preceding elections for vice-presidents of the Sophomore Class, each person desiring to run for oiiice had someone to take out a petition for him. Eighty names signed to this petition qualified a person as a candi- date. This year 47 entered the campaign. Getting their petitions from Bill Dean, Stu- dent Council vice-president, are I. M. Hill, Don Summar, Saundra Stewart, and Lynn Richards. Before the sophomore president and secretary elections, students could be found working into the late hours of the night on campaign posters, skits, and tags. Iames West, Iames Sinclair, Louis Marshall, and Fred Baker are shown as they Work in a garage on James Westis campaign for presi- dent. His theme was "Westward Hof, Using Aladdin's lamp to bring back memories of home While in a foreign coun- try was the theme of the sophomore assem- bly that was presented February 8. Here we see Phoebe Proctor who appeared from the lamp to sing and dance to "Ma, He's Making Eyes at Me." Other acts on the assembly included singing, tap dancing, piano playing, and a ,digg line, Bryan Baxter had charge of the sfiehery, Billie Osborn, script, and Don Hunt, costumes. And Social Activities During Year '7 . L! Z R J A Decorating the girls, gym for the sopho- more party held December 10, are Calvin Warren, Winn Sue Sherrill, and Billie Os- born. The 125 sophomores attending par- ticipated invdancing to music furnished by Wayne Allen in the girls' gym, saw a movie in the auditorium, or played basketball in the boys' gym. The 25-cent ticket entitled each student to the entertainment and re- freshments. Students take time out from their studies to buy tags sold before each game by Stu- dent Council representatives. An average of 10 to 12 sophomore Student Council meme bers sold these tags for 10 cents each. Re- turns from the sales were turned over to the Student Council fund. Preceding the Abilene-Lubbock football game, Ioreta Newton is shown buying a tag from Alvin Parramore while Bill Holmes signs one. Posters, Wood carvings, clay models, and folders dealing with biology were some special projects submitted by students to Mrs. Ray V. Culp, biology teacher. Eddie ,Ioe Bradford, sophomore, is seen explaining her poster on the division of the Plant King- dom to her classmates. Mrs. Culp featured these projects in her room's display during the PTA open house. 1' LNB-X.. 143 efiiiiff 'W215 at aw: . , , N., , ,.,,, . . a- Qu sff4.11,z:':fsi' 'Mgr' 4' ' fs -2141 ,Av H! ,yn f-mv, I 4 -4 fwvz, f: Q'f:'f.f:QU:':-3E'g,ffffgfg, f I '. 9- ' ' , ,. 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In turn these officers nomi- nate two persons for each oflice of president and secretary. These candidates are then voted on by members of the class. VVVV . ' 'i Mr. Robert Knight serves as sponsor of the Student Council, its activities, and committees. Commit- tees include the cafeteria, publicity, recreation, citizenship, information, courtesy, plant and decoration, safety, and assembly. Tossing their coins into the foun- tain of school life are the last five persons to ever serve as student body oflicers of Lubbock Senior High School. Watching Ann Gor- don, treasurer, toss her coin, are Bill Dean, vice-president, Carma Williamson, head cheerleader, Pat Rainer, secretary, and Don Kerr, president. While Bill promotes safety as head of the safety committee, Carma heads the courtesy commit- tee, and Pat organizes the year's assembly schedule as head of the assembly committee. These live officers lead the Stu- dent Council and the student body in activities of both benefit and en- Advising the Student Council in school functions such as TB bangle sales, all- school parties, tag sales, paid assemblies, and Round- Up are some of the tasks of the Student Council spon- sors. Mr. Robert Knight, Mrs. Ioe Bailey, and Mr, R. G. Dollar are scheduling TB bangle sales. For this proj- ect the council was divided into two teams, the Blacks and the Colds, to create com- petition in sales. The Black team gave a party for the winning Colds as a forfeit. Selling tags for the football games is one of the chief money-making projects for carrying out the many Student Council activities. Bear- ing such slogans as "Bop the Bulldogsi' or "Thrash the Harvestersf' these black and gold tags are sold, not only by the Student Council members, but by any student who desires to aid in the selling. Ann Gordon and C. W. Cecil are checking in money and unsold tags to Sandra Sherrill, chairman of tag sales. PTA Sponsors Visitation In order for parents and teachers to become acquainted early in the school year, the Parent-Teachers Association sponsors an annual visi- tation. This year's open house was held in place of the monthly P-TA meeting in September. Mem- bers of the Student Council served as guides for students who were unable to attend with their parents. Miss Edith Caveness, girls' counselor, serves punch in the cafeteria to Mrs. Marvin Arm- strong, president of the P-TA, and Mrs. Lorena Nelson. E1ght Attend State Meet Each year every homeroom elects one student as represen- tative to the Student Council to present the problems and ideas of their guidance. Pictured above are, front row, Sandra Sherrill, Wilma Edwards, Donna McLaughlin, Janis Pierce, Sharon Chick, Janet Jones, Jo Ann Skinner, Linda Dennis, Wyvonne Cox, Karolyn Babain, and Arden Stone, Second row, Linda Chappell, Jane Shawver, Janelle Ohlenbusch, Glenda Harris, Iva Sue Shropshire, Barbara Batton, Lois Taylor, Carolyn Symes, Susan Mansell, Barbara Trippe, Mare Patrick, Nancy Davis and Sue Hufstedlerg Back row, Alvin Parramore, John O,Haugherty, Wayne Jacobs, Malvin Mauldin, Bradford Reeves, Bill McCauley, Leon Weaver, James Osbome, Gus Hamblett, and Charles Blazi. On Safe Driving Day, December 15, the Safety Committee of the Student Council made plans to keep it the safest day of the year. Posters were put in the halls, announcements were made, special programs were given in the homeroomsg and 2300 safety pins, the symbol used to remind students to be extra careful, were issued to students and teachers. Four members of the Safety Committee are shown to the left. Barbara Blatton is pictured as she pins a safety pin on Bill Dean, chamnan of the committee, Sarah Simmons and Gordon Deering look on. students P" Student Council members who attended the Texas Association of Student Councils Convention held in Denton are, front row, Ann Gordon, Lynn Richards Sarah Simmons, and Johnanna Zoumasg back row Bill Dean, Mack Robertson, Dewey Bryant and Mary Sue Wilson. Ann, Lynn, Sarah, and Mack represented Monterey High School while Bill, Dewey, Mary Sue and Johnanna represented Tom S. Lubbock High School The convention included workshops, sessions a "Cool Cat Caper" mixer, and a "Starlight Gardenv semi formal dinner dance. Lubbock led a discussion group on "how can the Student Council learn about, inter pret, and use the moral and spiritual feelings of the SCC Sponsors TV Programs Since its formation in 1951, the Inter-School Citizenship Council IISCCJ, composed of four junior high schools, Dunbar, and Lubbock High, has ,been striving to better the citizenship of the citys youth. Donnie Dean, 1952, David Mc- Fearson, 1953, Don Kerr, 1954, and Gordon Graves, 19555 elected by members of the coun- cil, have each led the ISCC through its four years of sfonsoring such activities as Youth Week, Ha loween television programs, and a television and radio series based on citizenship. Oflicers of the Inter-School Citizenship Coun- cil for this year are, shown in the upper right hand picture, Carolyn Tapp, parliamentarian, Cordon Graves, presidentg Bobby Bailey, secre- tary-treasurer, and James West, vice-president. These oiiicers lan and execute the activities of the council thjat deal with the problems of citizenship in Lubbock. Shown in the center picture, during a tele- cast at KDUB are high-school members of the ISCC who are in charge of Lubbock High's television program, Mac Robertson, Kay Bur- nam, E. W. Cecil, and Manon Markham. Each school was responsible for a show. One of the events sponsored by the Inter- School Citizenship Council is the telethon held each year at Halloween. Students from schools in Lubbock and in surrounding towns partici- pated on the program, giving varied talent acts. Show below is a portion of the talent from LHS, the "Iesters," a quartette composed of ex-West- emer Dick Frisby, Ray Carter, Gene Medley, and David Rigney, and dancer Irma Galindo. This was the second annual telethon that had been presented and telecast over KDUB. Discussing plans of the ISCC and how to bring these plans to LHS students are, below, Mr. Ra G. Dollar, sponsor of the ISCC from high school, and Jerrell Snodgrass, chairman of the Lubbock High School citizenship committee. J - I Xiguisiz Parties Feature Fun for All Lavinrac Renretsew, the senior carnival, fea- tured a new attraction this year, a masquerade party. Their faces reflecting puzzlement, are panelists David Rigney, Roma Caveness, and Diana Smith. Pat Rainer and Sandra Sherrill Howls of laughter greet Ioy Herod's ever popu- lar pantomimes. Performing to "I Wisht They Would," joy, Senior Class secretary, was on one of the talent shows featured in an all-school party. Talent shows, dancing, movies, games, and re- are the pages, Mr. Wayne Allen, emcee, and joy Herod, masquerader. freshments were among the attractions offered at the numerous school parties. In the lower left hand picture Gerald Woolam and Nan Kelly burn u t e floor with the "bop," the latest dance ora f ' In the lowers ' picture, the Y.M.C.A. gym is crowded wi l les swinging out to the musical strains of tl? unbar Combo. as A kno J W N ,X li: alae 2 Shown below are senior Westemer football Elayers and senior girls in an exhibition basket- al game at the senior party. On the court are Suzette Francis, Coach O,Banion, Roy Day, Sharon Chick, Beverly Webb, and Phil Williams. After the Amarillo and Borger basketball ames sock ho s were held in Chapman Field gym. Shown above are Marslga Brock and Bobby Ha ood bo ping after the Amarillo game. Records of Glenn Miier, Bill? Maye, Ella Mae Morse, the Clovers, and many other well-known artists provided the music. Seen trippinfg the light fantastic in the boys' gym at an all- school party a ter the Borger game are several basketball players and their dates. A victory at the game made the evening possible for lots of fun. These parties were sponsored by the Student Council under the direction of the Recreation Committee. Shown below are Toni Bannister, Yvonne Skinner, and Larry Merriman selling cokes at the party on Round-Up night. One of these tables was seen at eve all-school party. These refreshments were welcomed after a rogram in the auditorium or a fast dance in the gym. The profit made on cokes was placed in the Student Council treasury. 151 1 100 Westerners Attend Round-Up Round-Up, a time for ten- allon hats, chaps, bright western shirts, and colorful full dresses, brings out the western spirit in the many stu- dents of LHS. Round-Up is highlighted by the election of favorites, a talent show in the audi- cinddsquare-dancing in the gym to a i i y an . After the talent show held in the auditorium, students, dressed in western garb in the tradi- tional Hound-Up fashion, enjoyed square darw- ing to the music of Tommy Hancock and his Roadside Playboys. With dances varying from the "Virginia Heel" to "Red River Valleyi' stu- dents promenaded over the gym with as much spirit as a cowhand on pay day. Contests are held at Round-Up and leather belts with "Round-Up '55" on the back are given as prizes. Shown watching Betty Rut- edge, writer of the winning slogan, measure Jeanette Taylor, the designer of the winning program cover, for her belt, are winners Bob Burgess, Western instrument, Bette McCann, original poem, Ouida Deatherage, best posterg Favonia Dial, best-dressed girl, and Don Gar- nett, best-dressed boy. The best-dressed bo s and girls are Naomi Johnson and Donna Coulb, runners-up, and Favonia Dial, best-dressed girl, back row, Stuart Hudnall and Roy Day, runners-up, and Don Camett, best dressed boy. L--. Parents Visit LH During Open House The annual PTA Open House highlighted Public Schools Week in Lubbock this spring semester. Activities were planned by the diferent departments with student participation. M ethods of work, folders, projects, and displays were available for parents, teachers, and students to view. Student Council mem- bers served as guides., 0R1G or THE ENGLISH-LANGUAGE A ,,b six ,, n ,g,",a 'si Wi: During the spring PTA Open House, English room 186 exhibited posters and ictures denoting the time of Julius Caesar and tlhe origin of the English language. Shown looking at a picture of a Roman so dier are Iettie Evans, Carolyn Babain, Mrs. C. T. Babain, Mr. C. T. Babain, and Mrs. Haskell Keeton. The chemistry department had demonstrations of various experiments the night of the Open House. One of these experiments was that of filling a tube with liquid oxygen and placing a cork in the tube. When the oxygen vaporizes it forces the cork out of the tube with great force creating a loud bang. Waiting for the explosion are Bill Sparks, Mr. I. C. Richardson, two junior high school visitors, and Harlon Lamkin. Kathy White, Mr. H. L. Graves, Gary Graves, and homemaking teacher Mrs. H. R. Nesmith are shown admiring student made dresses that were on exhibit in room 331. Dresses for children as well as those for teen-agers were on display. There were also demonstrations of the sewing of zippers, buttonholes, and seams. Folders on special projects were displayed. All phases of homemaking were demonstrated and explained in the rooms devoted to these subjects. 153 Cheerleaders He is a me.mber of National Thespians and is in Chil- drenls Theatre. Tommy Galloway and Beth Davidson, below, fun- ior cheerleaders, are experi- enced with their iob as this is the second year for both. Beth was sophomore favor- ite last year and is vice- president of her homeroom this year. Tommy is a mem- ber of National Thespians, and Hi-Y. Sharla Pepper, s e n i o r cheerleader, p i c t u r e d above, took the job of cheerleader for the first time this year. She is vice- Symbolize Yelling, leaping, twirling, the cheerleaders strive to keep school spirit and en- thusiasm at its highest peak at pep rallies and competi- tive sports events. Serving as good-will ambassadors between the students and teams and between schools, they are elected by popular vote of the classes. One girl and one boy represent each class and a head cheer- leader is selected by the entire student body. Senior boy cheerleader, Mack Osborne, pictured above, has been cheerleader for the past three years. the cheerleaders. As head cheerleader, Carma is re- sponsible for planning pep rallies, has charge of the other cheerleaders, and acts as chairman of the courtesy committee, in S t u d e n t Council. She has been cheerleader for three yea1'S, sophomore and junior vice- president, sophomore fa- vorite, and Homecoming Queen. School Spirit president of her class and yirst vice-president of Y- Teens. Pictured below are soph- omore cheerleader, Linda Iobb and Robert Evans. Linda is vice-president of her class, a member of Y- Teens, El Club Pan-Ameri- cano, and Musicians Guild. Robert is a member of Gens T ogata, Hi-Y, and the ten- nis team. "T he cheerleaders' will- ingness to work toward per- fection is a real tribute to the leadership of Carrna Jean Williamson," stated f Mr. Howorth, sponsor o 1-'ew-7..t. A vfzqiff Eff 5, f f I ff X Z I ,, 7 ,Hg ' inf 2 2 we -f, '7 W., K .5 2.4, .......... ,,., , 4.1 .anew-uv... f ,, , . ,, , 15:14-xr.. if 4 W 3 :qmail 1 A ' I 1' 'gg 5 -. A f ,k,' . V 5, V 3-,:,.:-,r,iv,r 1 V - , 1 15 U , , 5 3 x ,Al . W ' f-'fm-M nf S X I I ,. A, as 1,1gw...an ' 54 Yearbook sWinS Top Honors in State With Mrs. Dick Cozby, director of publications at LHS, the WESTEBNEB has copped six All- American ratings in the 116115011 and -960611 No. 1 ratings in Texas from 1946 through 1954 inclusive. In other years of this nine-year period, First Class national ratings and All-Texas state ratings were LDOTL This yearls staff includes 38 students with Sae Humphrey and Suzanne Wilson as co-editors. Iayee Thrush is copy editor, Carolyn Tapp, layout editor, The staff is divided into five sections-clubs, faculty activities, sports, and class sections, with editors over each. Lubbock H igh's first yearbook was distributed in 1918, and the second in 1922. Yearbooks were printed from 1928 through 1954, except for 1925, Yearbooks are on file in the publications morgue for 1918 and 1922, and from 1928 through 1954, In 1927 only a "Senior Yearbook" was distributed, A "Pictorial Review" devoted almost entirely to the senior class was produced in 1932. In 1923 the yearbooks burned with the Avalanche Publishing Company. The stag at the Central Ward started over, and the annual came out late. Sitting beneath the plaques that the year- book has won in National Scholastic and state contests are co-editors Suzanne Wilson and Sue Humphrey, and Mrs. Dick Cozby, sponsor. Earlene Gott, assistant copywriter, and Joyce Thrush, copy editor for the WEST- EBNEB, and Carolyn Tapp, layout editor, are pictured as they pause for a moment to talk to an unseen fellow worker. Shown in the bottom picture are the three class sections of the WESTERNER. Front row, they are: Lucretia Breazeale, junior editor, Brown H olden, Frances Wilson, sen- ior editor, Karen Key, second row, Nanette Crosby, Patsy Painter, Annette Rose, 'jun- iors, and Eddie Ioe Bradford, Carol Simp- son, Kay Meyers, Mary Ann Smalley, and Barbara Miller, sophomores. Students Go CMad' As Deadline Nears Rushed to meet a shipping deadline, the sports section puts finishing touches to some layout boards. In covering all athletic events of the school with pictures, written copy, and exacting statistics, the sports section devotes many hours after school to their task. Ann Gordon is sports editor, S. C. Arnett, and Brit Myers, standing, are staff members. Discussing art designs for the annual with Miss Mary Wilson, adviser, are Mary Sue Wilson, Carol Wiedeman, Rayford Thomas, and Carol Kohler. The theme developed from an idea presented by Rayford. Carol designed the cover, Mary Sue worked on the theme page and applied India ink to all pages. As they work on division pages and end sheets, they strive to achieve unity and harmony in their work. In the picture below, members of the faculty, clubs, and activities sections are shown putting last .minute touches on their pages. They are Karen Kerr, faculty, ,lean Shawver, Lora Kerr, clubs sec- tion,'Kathy Wlzite, editor of the faculty section, Billie Osborn, Denevee Turner, Sandra Hendrix, clubs, Ianelle Ohlenbusch, activities, Ray Moore, editor of the activities section, and Judy Nicholas, activities. It is the job of the faculty section to picture the members of the faculty telling the subject they teach, the clubs under their sponsorship, and the degrees they hold and to present a preview of academic activities of the school. The clubs section features the purposes, activities, and social events of each of the school, s clubs, while the activities section pictures major activities sponsored by the school. in '. "-fwfr f.f,f . - Westerner World Tops In tate The WESTERNER WORLD, under the direction of Mrs. Dick Cozby, has brought many honors to the department. Last year, the newspaper won an All- American rating in the nation both semesters. This was the 7Qrst time for it to win A-A for both semesters. In Decem- ber, 1954, the WESTERNER WORLD won yirst place in Texas at the TH SPA convention in Denton. The task of heading the editorial stag of a weekly, four-page, six-column high- school newspaper is no small task. Gloria Waller, editor for both 1953354 and 1954- ,55, was the hrst junior ever to be ap- pointed to edit the WW. Gloria and Mrs. Cozby work in close co-operation with each other and the rest of staff, urging each member to feel a pride in and responsibility for his de- partment. Q Shown demonstrating the Hieland Strobonar III Electronic Flash Unit to photographers Thomas Rodgers and Wally Jackson is head photographer Lilbum Smith. These photographers are responsi- ble for all pictures taken for either the WESTERN- ER or the WESTERNER WORLD. With such modem equipment as this, they are able to take over 10,000 Hash pictures in succession at speeds up to 1! 100 of a second without changing Hash units. All-important jobs in the production of the WESTERNER WORLD and the WESTERNER are those of typing the copy and keeping the financial matters recorded and up-to-date. Pictured here are members of these two branches of the departrnentg Nancy Denton, assistant bookkeeperg Ann Hum- phreys, typistg Rita Seay, bookkeeperg Pat Dorsey, Fem Graham, Sondra Wilk, typistsg Pat Rainer, typist and copy writer, Lora Montgomery, Sally Chance, and Bette Pigford, typists. Reporters for the newspaper are front row, Bill Sparks, sports writer, Elizabeth Wilson, exchange editor, back row, Helen Smith and Warren Dunn, special reporters, Carol Simp- son, cub reporter, and Patsy Knight, co-feature editor and reporter. These reporters cover all school activities and write special articles for the WEST- FRNFR WORLD. To become a cub reporter, a student must have 20 inches published, to become a special reporter, a student must have 100 inches. Editors and heads of the various .sections of the W E S T E R N E R WORLD are, front row, Glenda ln- gram, circulation, joan Pollard and Paula Smith, associate editors, Steve Noble, sports editor, back row, Jolene Cafee and Io Marie Booth, page 4 editors, Carol Jean Delaney, head copyreader, and Leona Spradling, page 2 editor. Along with writing features, news articles, editorials, and columns, these editors write copy and headlines and prepare the pages for the printer. 5? Meeting daily with the busi- nessmen of Lubbock and work- ing with them to achieve the re- sults desired in an ad is one of the many jobs of each person on the advertising staf. Shown talking to Gordon Deering, busi- ness manager, are the salesmen for this year, Sarah Simmons, Warren Dunn, Brit Myers, Rob- ert Miller, and George Phenix. X ,f S 5 5 9 Members of Westernaires are: first row, Karen Sue Dickson, Linda Taylor, Barbara Spinks, Anne Cole, Diana Smith, Carole jean Delaney, Sandra Boyd, second row, Ann Barclay, Barbara Barkley, Yvonne Skinner, ja-Na Sparks, Jane Weaks, Linda Chappell, Mary Bagley, Gayle Williams, third row, Charles Gallimore, Gayle Boyd, Wesley Hopp, Iarnes Collins, Robert Sewell, Keith Hewett, Mike Wofford, fourth row, joe Humphrey, Howard Tucker, Earnest Kristi- nek, Ronald Burns, Prentiss Peak, Glenn Higgin- botham, Bill Nolan, Ray Carter, and Robert Harper, Westernaires Slng Singing for civic clubs, assemblies, and PTA meetings and caroling in the halls at Christmas keeps the Wester- naires, senior a cappella choir, in the public eye. This yearis choir was composed of 65 juniors and seniors selected from the sophomore a cappella choir last year. Having been familiarized with high school music as sophomores, the members are picked for their sight reading, range and tone qualities. Senior choir officers are elected at the first of the school year by popular vote of the group. Harmonizing to "Roll, Jordan, Rollv are Mrs. Everett Carver, director of the Westernaires, Echo Mc- Guire, librarian, Gayle Boyd, robe cus- todian, Sue Morris, treasurer, Karen Sue Dickson, secretary, Ray Carter, presi- dent, George Dawson, vice-president, seated, Kay Burnam, librarian, and Carole Jean Delaney, reporter. Front row, Patti Neill, Frances Stephens, Sharon Chick, Bonnie Key, Sue Morris and Echo McGuire, second row, Nan Kelly, Peggy Owens, Kay Burnam, Mary V. Dawson, Donna Couk, Marsha Brock, and Iudy Sandy, third row, Don Kerr, L. D. Casey, Butch Lawrence, David Rig- Secular Music At intervals during the year the group dioided into quartettes instead of singing in the traditional four sec- tions, sopranos, altos, tenors, and basses. This was done to develop ac- curacy of pitch and to improve har- rnony. This is the first year for Mrs. Caroer in LHS as head of the choral music department. In addition to directing the senior a cappella choir, she has change of the Kb" a cappella choir, the boys' glee club, two chorus sec- tions, 7'-Zoe ensembles, and a music appreciation class. Competition for participation in the all-state choir is keen among those in the music department. Representatives to the choir are specially chosen for their ability to read and interpret music, tonal quality, and breath control. The thirteen students selected this year are: back row, Ronald Burns, Ray Carter, George Fisher, Don Kerrg second row, Dale Hood, Gayle Boyd, Rodney Hill, third row, Anita Gordon, Marsha Brock, Judy Sandy, fourth row, Karen Sue Dickson, Frances Stephens, and Barbara Spinks. ney, Marvin Armstrong, Ray Moore, Max Macon Roy Day, and Winston Rumsey, fourth row George Fisher, Bob Sanders, Bob Hancock George Dawson, Robert Key, Gene Medley Leslie McNiel, and Gerald Martin. That the students themselves might check their pitch and tone quality, Mrs. Gerald Harris, director of the Choralaires, often records the groups' singing by means of a tape recorder. Mrs. Harris, a member of the faculty of LHS four years, is in charge of the Choralaires, one music appreciation class, the Mel-O-Aires, and a mixed sophomore choir. Q ,,, r"1 65 Voices Blend in Song Members are, front row, Marilyn Morris, Charlotte Rankin, Charlene Naul, janiece King, Sandra Rodden, Io Ann Skinner, Willena Robnett, Bethelyne Rogers, Gloria Nixon, Barbara Man- ley, Wanda Welch, Jane Adamson, Marialys Hankins, Louise MC- Candless, Anita Gordon, Sandra Head, second row, Mary Pfing- sten, F avonia Dial, Susannah Brunson, Carol Williams, Glenda Collard, Sue McCullough, Saundra Stewart, Kay Catt, Sue Willis, Nelda Miller, Sue Nelson, Barbara St. Clair, Christi Hansen, Betty Welch, Ann Petty, Beverly Austin, Rita Wylie, third row, Peggy Rogers, janet Hebberger, Sheila Wimberley, Carol Gentry, Prentiss Headrick, Iames Moeser, Billy Davis, Rodney Hill, Martha White, Linda Iobb, John O7Haugherty, Alvin Parramore, Ion Page, Richard Lightholder, Cecil Womack, fourth row, Rob- ert Hebberger, Dale Hood, Mari Patrick, James Hollars, Eugene Holt, Mickey Key, Horace Griiiin, Louie Scales, Bob Brackett, Iames West, Delwin Renfroe, Mike Robinson, Wendell Deakins, Marion Iohn, jimmy Vaught, and Larncie Wagoner. L H Orchestra Continues to Grow Playing for various school functions such as the junior and senior plays, graduation services, and the PTA, keeps the orchestra busy throughout the year. At Christmas, the orchestra presented a special concert for the public. Members of the orchestra, and the director, Mr. Randal Raley, attended the All-State Orchestra in Dallas. Members and their instruments are, front row, jimmy Pipkin, violin, Garland Brock, violin, Peggy Rogers, viola, Bob Harris, clarinet, jack Gibbs, violoncello, David Brady, violoncello, back row, Martha Milburn, violin, Henry Ran- dolph, violin, Dale Halford, violin, Terry Church, violin, jerry Church, violin, Mr. Raley, director, jimmy Aday, bass viola, Darold Hobbs, bass viola, and F avonia Dial, violoncello. jp fi V, , V ff ,,,,,,,V :u:Q M Members are Shari Selby, Verna Mae Lewis, Dinah Garza, Joyce Myrick, Irma Galindo, Ellenor Langston, Marlene Baker, Sandra Hendrix, Sybil Marion, Janice Evans, Mary Lou Kennedy, Kay Barley, Sue Halford. Sec- ond row, Janice Lane, Jo Ann Van Norman, Gladys Brock, Jan Cauthen, Joy Reeder, Pat Matthews, Carol James, Rose Nell Koen, Jean Shawver, Phyllis Schlegel, Nelda Patterson, Llewellyn McCandless. Third row, Deanna Austin, Virginia Davis, Luzell Asbill, Jo Ann Tapp, Toni Bannister, Dorothy Bond, Carolyn Shelton, Janice Ayers, Joanna Barnette, Nancy Allen, Sylvia Moore, Mona Armstrong, Tommie Elder. Back row, Barbara Batton, Florence Axtell, Iva Sue Shropshire, Sarah Wiley, Kay Liner, Patsy Wallis, Betty Bradford, Zoe Morris, Patricia Davis, Gail Owens, June Lang, Georgetta Vaught, Sandra Crouch, and Yvonne Hamilton. Sporting new uniforms of white pleated skirts and black sweaters, the Harmonaires give musical enjoy- ment to others through their voices. During the year they perform for various civic clubs and in assemblies for the student body. On the day school was dismissed for the Christmas holidays, this group caroled through the halls of the building. F ifty-two junior and senior girls composed the group this year. Members are chosen the previous year ac- cording to ability and musical interests. f New Direction For Harmonaires The oiiicers for the iirst se- mester are Barbara Batton, president, Sybil Marion, libra- rian, Janice Evans, vice-presi- dent, Sandra Crouch, secre- tary, Kay Liner, librarian, and Sandra Hendrix, reporter. Not pictured are the otlicers of the second semester, Janice Evans, president, Toni Bannister, vice-president, and Deanna Austin, librarian. The oiiicers are oH'icial host- esses of the choir, take care of the music used, check the roll, collect dues, and plan choir activities in executive meetings. Mrs. Everett Carver is con- ductor of the Harmonaires and director of choral music in LHS. Other musical groups under her direction are the "A" and "Bn a cappella choirs, two chorus sections, Eve en- sembles, and a music appre- ciation class. M' 1 63 X Members of this yearis Westerner band are, front row, left to right, Bob Lemon, Dana Port- wood, Phyliss Stroud, Kathleen Robinson, Lutha Beck, Julia Fiter, Bobby Brown, second row, Patsy Palmer, Ameida Lawrence, Gloria Gentry, Lowell Cross, Evelyn Wassum, johnny Hatlars, Gary Joiner, Mack Robertson, third row, Tommy Anthis, I-No West, Maureen len- kins, Verna Herrington, Sara Goad, Sondra Hill, Thomas Wardeii, james Hollars, Carolyn Symes, Alice Veazey, Newton Case, Reggie Normour. Fourth row, Kenny Cummings, Betty Kim- mey, Mary Alice McElwee, Ludonna Peek, Geraldine Lokey, Yvonne Skinner, Ellie Estes, Mary Mayiield, Barbara Miller, Mollie Wil- liams, Beverly Craft, Rob Hill, Mr. Branom, Billy Case, Johnny Hargraves, Foster Iordan, Eric Dorsey, Milton McKee and Faye Tarlton. 103 Band Members Provide 1-:rf Peppy music provided by the Westerner band keeps football fans in an enthusiastic spirit when the going gets rough. At half time the marching band, trained by Mr. Paul Branom, is turned ooer to drum ma- jor Sam Vaughter for direction of the many intricate formations as well as musical selections. The music of the band and the baton twirling of the majorettes as they walk briskly aheacl ofthe main group bring excitement to its highest peak and urge the team on to oictory. Requiring a competent and trained per- son for its operation, the stroboconn is used for testing the pitch of the different band instruments. Demonstrating this machine to drum-major Sam Vaughter is Mr. Paul M. Branom, director of the Westerner band. Row one, Tommy Shamburger, Bob Harris, Jerry Stokes, Bob Finley, Joyce James, Jimmy Ratliif, second row, Joy Herod, Naomi Johnson, Roy Alexander, Buck Clary, E. J. Matsler, Mary Ann Sharp, Arden Gifford, Charles Witty, Ron- ald Lemon, third row, Harry Stasney, Ronald Kinard, Herbert Ballew, Baxter Lemance, Ted Long, Hulon White, Troy Felber, Phil Pendley, Ronald WVossum, Bob White, Malvin Mauldin, Sam Vaughter, Jan Stanley, Dalvin Boone, Cer- ald Woolam. Music for Varied Activities There are two marching hands, "Av and "Bw, and two concert hands, GAT and The "BD hands train students for the KAD bands. There are 115 in the "Av march- ing hand and 95 in the "Av concert bancl. These hands not only play at football games, hut also in pep rallies, paracles, spe- cial assemblies, concerts, and make other varied appearances. In April the band attended the state Interscholastic League contest. Striking a typical pose of their activity are the four Westerner majorettes. These girls are selected for their positions by Mr. Paul M. Branom, Miss Edith Caveness, Mrs. Truman Hutson, and Mrs. W. I. Pitt- man. Kneeling, left to right, are Mary Alice McElWee, Betty Kirnmey, standing, Verna Herrington, and Carolyn Symes. Fourth row, Sandra Dudley, Harlon Lamkin, Phil Bledsoe, Jim Tom Davis, Ronald Thomp- son, Bill Downs, Kelly Colcroft, Michael Far- mer, Bill Robinson, Aubrey Radford, Dean Breedlove, Jerome Kristiner, Doyle Cammill, Jim Carter, Danna Dane, Joe Morahan, Bill Riddle, Bill Myers, Wayne Culp, and Charles Wilson. Standing, Bill Sandy, Jerry Allison, Edgar McLamore, Sue Moore, Mary Lynn Tur- beville, Freddie Dane, Paula Kuykendall, and Peggy Cunter. Assemblies Educate, Beginning in the upper right hand corner of this page and reading counter clockwise on this spread, Marilyn Warren and Rebecca Pierce tell their "lonesome polecatv troubles to Nan Kelly during the Junior Assembly. "Life is an abundant thing-the philosophy behind it is the will to livef, stated Dr. Willis A. Sutton, Superintendent Emeritus of the Atlanta, Georgia, Public Schools and past president of the National Education Association, in a series of lectures to the student body. Visiting L,H.S. for his fourth consecutive year, Dr. Sutton spoke to the separate classes, the student body as a Whole, and individuals seeking his advice. Dr. Sutton has lectured in all 48 states and in approximately nine foreign countries. He bases his lectures on boy-girl relationships, life careers, family troubles, the distracted and disturbed conditions of the political and social world, reli- gious problems, and personal problems. Hep cats really "got with it, mana' When the Dunbar Combo from Dunbar High School swung out with "strict-ly gone, gonei' bop, jazz, and boogie renditions in an exchange assembly. In addition to instrumentals, the Dunbar vocalist, Bobbie Bailey, sang several solos including "Shake, Rattle, and Roll" and "Money Honeyf, Dressed in Hungarian costumes, the Gypsy Troubadours entertained with song and dance at the first paid assembly of the year. This team featured continental folk tunes and dances, espe- cially those of European origin. Entertain Student "Proposing is a very delicate art that each of us must either perform or encounter at least once in our life," said Lee Ledrick, narrator of the Pampa exchange assembly. The assembly, a light comedy on "How to Propose" was given as a lecture portraying how the people of different times and dilferent social standings proposed. Shown above is a scene from the middle ages. Sir Montmorency, Cliiford Regan, proposes to his love, Lady Ermin- eted, Ierrie Sloan. Proposals were enacted from the caveman's time up to the present. Each year LHS organizes an exchange assembly that is presented to different schools in the area in return for their presenting one here. This year the theme of Lubbock's assembly was based on the Stupid Cupid's love affair of Annie-the-Angel and Denny-the- Demon. jackie Mimms, the Stupid Cupid, is shown puzzling over the situation he has caused with his imaginary arrows as Denny- the-Demon, Don Kerr, makes love to xArmie-the-Angel, Pat Rainer. The group presented the assembly in Pampa and in Borger, at Dunbar, and at I. T. Hutchinson Junior High School. Using "The Arabian Nights" as a theme, the Sophomore Class presented their annual assembly amid picturesque settings of Arabia. When an American traveler came upon a lamp, and rubbed some dust OE to see the inscription beneath, a genie came out and granted him his wish of seeing some of his old friends at LHS. One of his old classmates was Billie Osborn portraying Liberace complete with candelabra. In the picture to the right, the mop-headed impersonator is shown as he played the "Beer Barrel Polka." Other acts featured songs, dances, and pantomimes, with a chorus line of 14 girls concluding the program. An assembly was held this year during Brotherhood Week in which men representing the three main religious groups spoke to the student body on the mounting importance of brotherhood. Shown talking with Bill Dean are Rabbi Arthur Bluhm, represent- ing the Jewish faithg Dr. I. Chess Lovem, who introduced the speakersg Father Edmond F. Harrigan, representing the Catholic Church, Mr. Lonnie Langston, chairman of the committee on brotherhood in Lubbock, and Dr. Eugene L. Slator, representing the Protestant religion. Members of the Westemer Band chosen for the All-State Band Clinic held in Dallas this year are front row, Kathleen Robinson, Arden Gifford, Dalvin Boone, Lutha Beck, Yvonne Skinner, and Lowell Gross, second row, Ronald Lemon, Bob Fenley, Harlon Lamkin, Io ce james, Kenny Cummings, and Bill Downs, third row, Bobby Brown, Gerald Woolam, Bobby Lemon, the late John Hollars, Bob Harris, and Gary Joiner. Eighteen Make ll-State Band Spinning the record of good times are band officers Bobby Brown, treasurer, Edrin Parrack, secretary, Jimmy Ratliff, parlia- mentarian, Wayne Culp, presi- dent, Gerald Woolam, assistant drum major, Dana Dane, social chairman, and Sam Vaughter, drum major. These officers planned parties for the LHS band, entertainment for visiting bands after ball games, and an annual banquet for all band members. Three LHS band members chosen for Hrst chair in the All- State Band are Harlon Lamkin, bass, Bobby Lemon, Huteg and Dalvin Boone, cornet. These boys were chosen by men outstanding in the band Held that specialized on each instru- ment. They are seen telling Mr. Branon about their tryouts in Dallas as they view the Educational Music Magazine. ' : f ,' .....N,-fm,ff-fwfnwnwoe-Neemzeraavoqmiwrmrwitwiawi. Penguin Players Entertain Children For the younger set in Lubbock's grade schools, the Children's Theatre Penguin Players present three plays a year under the direction of Mr. D. M. Howell. Each production is presented in the auditorium for three successive afternoons. Plays for this year included "The Panda and the Spyf' "The Indian Captivef' and "Alice In Won- derlandf' Based on an authentic story, "The Indian Cap- tivev portrays the capture of Eleanor Lytell by the Seneca Indians. With three Indian braves, Douglas Hutton, Kenny Kaplan, and David Rig- ney, lurking in a frontier backdrop, Eleanor, played by Denevee Turner, attempts to hide her brother, Thomas, played by Roland Myers. In a scene from "Alice in Wonderlandv Re- becca Pierce is shown as Alice, Mike Stevens, as the Knave of Hearts, Larry Halford and Iackie Blair as the King and Queen of Hearts, and Mack Osborne as the White Rabbit. Acting as wickets for Alice, Rebecca Pierce, in a game of croquet are the Dormouse, the Cater- pillar, and Frog-Footman, played by Laveda Gollihugh, Ann Humphreys, and Royce Hunter, respectively. Watching the game are Tweedle- dum and Tweedledee, played by Bobby Peeples and Charles Akins, the King of Hearts, Larry Halford, the Knave of Hearts, Mike Stevens, the Queen of Hearts, Jackie Blair, and the White Queen, Pat Stanley. In a scene from "T he Panda and the Spyi' Mack Osborne, the spy, is questioned by Gloria Allen, played by Sandra Sherrell, the Panda, Denevee Turner, Richard Allen, Tommy Gallo- way, and Miranda Allen, Nelda Womack. ns' W ' A ' fl l ff' . v fgiifffa Cpifggz 4,L,f,,ff.i.a M, Seniors Present "Girl Crazy" "Girl Crazyf' this year's senior play, was based on the George and Ira Gershwin musical-comedy of the same name. The three-act comedy centers around playboy Danny Churchill and his adventures at Buz- zard's Ranch in Arizona. When he finally gets settled in the "Great Golden West," he turns the place into a swank Dude Ranch which soon becomes very lively with eastern girls and singing cowboys. Guests at the Dude Ranch are shown as they worry over the condition of Sam Mason, played by Jack House, after he has been beaten up by an unknown assailant. Kneeling is Molly, Liz Cresong standing are Lucky, Mack Osborne, Iake, Prentiss Peakg Tess, Sharla Pepper, Laura, Pat Stanley, Cactus, Doug- las Hutton, Sally, Barbara Battong and Babs, Wanda Falls. Louie, a Brooklyn cab driver and good friend of Danny, ran for sheriff of Custerville, the town where Buzzard's Ranch is located. Shown congratulating Louie, played by David Rigney, on his victory over Lank, a local bandit, are Ianet, Margaret Condrayg Laura, Pat Stanley, Rose, Louie's girl friend, Roma gavlinessg Danny Churchill, Med Hunt, and Jake, Prentiss ea . Louie, the Brooklyn cab driver who drove Danny from New York to Custerville in his taxi for a nominal fee of 3700, gets into trouble over his opinion of the West. Shown are two loyal "Westemers," Cactus, Douglas Hutton, and Lucky, Mack Osbomeg preparing to "string up" Louie, David Rigney, for his slurring remarks on the "Great Golden West." ,U Z liar? 'Fatlier.KnoWs Best Is Junior Class Play "Father Knows Best," a three act comedy based on the more light-hearted aspects of family life, and based on the radio and television programs starring Robert Young, was presented this year as the annual Junior play. Members of the cast are First row, Tommy Galloway, Rebecca Pierce, Shari Selby, Denevee Tumer, Helen Smith, Beth David- son, Roland Myers, Barry Buchanan, and Ben Alexander, second row, Lavada Gollihugh, Jeanette Nutt, Kay Frazier, Mary Sue Wilson, Sandra Hendrix, Ieaunene Boyd, Roberta Brown, and Jeanette Taylor. Third row, Sara Beth Nelms, Allan Iones, Iack Gibbs, Bob Hancock, David Edwards, Oris Robertson, and Peggy Hallahan. Not pictured are Malvin Mauldin and Mack Robertson. The play is based on Betty's first date with Ralph and the outcome of the evening when Father decides Bhat nothing is wrong with spending a quiet evening at ome. Mr. D. M. Howell, dramatics director at LHS, is shown is he reads over a script for the Junior Play, "Father Knows est." ' ary of Scotland' Is One-Act Play Entry The one-act play presented by the dramatics de- partment this year was the third act of "Mary of Scotlandf by Maxwell Anderson. The pla takes place in the prison cell of Mary, Queen ol? Scots, who is kept imprisoned by her cousin Elizabeth, the Queen of England. The action takes place mostly between these two, as Elizabeth tries to persuade Mary to give up her throne. Mary refuses, and although it is not brought out in the play, history records that she was beheaded seventeen ears later as a threat to the English crown. Mem- bers of the cast are, front row, Roma Caviness, Liz Creson, jackie Blair, and Jane Shawverg back row, Mack Osborne, Larry Halford, Douglas Hutton, and David Rigney. M I ff'- t-MVN I W 0 4 I 0 R 2 W 2 'E XK'orking to improve their speed and accuracy, these tc-n typists meet regularly to practice for the Interscholas- tic League typing contest. VVhen final eliminations are held, fivc of these people will compete. Members are front row, jo Ann Buzby, Nancy Crawford,,Margaret Condrayg second row, Donna Couk, Helen Smith, Linda Interscholastic League Sponsors Contests The Interscholastic League MS 0 memblef- ship of more than six thousand Texas high schools. Contrasting with the 28 schools partici- pating when the League started in 1910, today it inc udes a greater number of schools than any other similar organization. The contests students may enter, cover a wide range of subjects and allow them to further advance their abilities in competition with other students. The Bureau of Public School Service offers these contests in order to aid students to prepare for postgradu- ate life. Students who entered Interscholastic Lea ue D ' jack House, Glenn Woody, Liz Creson, Charlsey Pilgxirllahtliig ld? C. Bailey, sponsor, has worked with these people several weeks before the contest and held eliminations among LHS students. The student delivers a memorized speech in which he tries to master the thoughts of worthwhile selections and convey the thoughts effectively to the audience. Taylorg third row, Glenda Harris, Pat Henderson, Mr. Paul Bowie, sponsor, Yvonne Skinner, and Lutha Beck. Working out of the standard typing book, the students practice on regulation timed drills. These participants meet every morning from 8:00 until 8:45 under the in- stmction of Mr. Bowie. hus- Debate Teams Enter Contests Entered in Interscholastic League journalism are, front row, Leona Spradling, Carolyn Mimm, Carol Simp- son, Patsy Knight, second row, Mrs. Dick Cozby, spon- sor, Glenda Ingram, joan Pollard, Gloria Waller, and Paula Smith. These students compete in feature writing, news writing, editorial writ- ing, copyreading, and head- line writing. Practice for these events is gained daily as these members of the publications department ful- fill their jobs. Members entering the Interscholastic League debate contests are, front row, Margaret Ran- kin, Virginia Bray, Willetha Caperton, second row, Mr. I. W. Reid, sponsor, Tommy Reagor, Cornelia Childs, third row, Cordon Graves, Craig Austin, and Donald Ledwig. Not pictured is Mrs. Joe C. Bailey, also sponsor of the debate team. Members of the Interscholastic number-sense contest are, Larry Williams, district representa- tive, Billy Hall, alternate, Mr. Maurice Fite, sponsor, Don Cannon, district representative, and joe Minter, altemate. These members are given a mathematics test on which are 100 questions that they must complete in ten minutes. 4 The Interscholastic League ready writing contest was s onsored by Mrs. Charles T. Bourns. Studrents who entered are Janis Pierce and Tony Briggs. The contestants had to write a theme in two hours on a choice of subjects given to them. The themes were judged for content and for expression of thought. Entered in Interscholastic League short- hand are, front row, Carol James, Martha Cromer, second row, Reva Rasco, Ann Hum- phreys, Iuanice Turner, back row, Shirley Bedford, and Betty Nowell. This contest was olpen to those who were enrolled in a regular s orthand course and had skill and technique in shorthand. Pictured in the lower right corner are Mrs. McNeil, Wylie, sponsor, Barbara Suddeth, Nina Cames, Roma Caviness, and Mr. Iack Mears, sponsor. Barbara and Nina entered in Interscholastic League Spellingg Roma, and Iack Gibbs, not pictured, in Interscholastic League poetry reading. These students prac- ticed every morning before school several weeks before the contest. Students who entered in Interscholastic League extemporaneous s eech are Robert Adams, Ioy Herod, Marillyn Warren, and Harold Hammett. Five topics were icked from a group. The students were allowed thirty minutes to prepare their speeches, with notes not over 100 words. They must speak at least four minutes and not over seven minutes. - ff f f -w-5,2 :sf-fv'.'? '-J. lf' xff. f 3, :x.,.,4 Q-? 'ig HS Initiates 100 Members One hundred juniors and seniors, with no grades below "BU and at least one "A" for two previous semesters, met the re- quirements of National Honor Society for the Hrst semester. Eligibility is based on scholarship, serv- ice, leadership, and character. The 826th chapter of National Honor Societies of Secondary Schools, the local NHS met on MTT week in room 252. The purpose of the NHS is to create an enthusiasm for scholarship, to stimu- late a desire to render service, to promote worthy leadership, and to encourage the development of character in pupils of Lubbock High School. The main activity of the club was a formal initiation, November 7, in the First Baptist Church chapel. Speakers were Richard Estes, Pat Rainer, Ioy Herod, and Carolyn Tapp, who discussed the diferent qualities of the club. Members are, back row, jo Ann Tapp, Ava Willingham, Iolene Caffee, Sarah Simmons, Nancy Dennis, Gerald Woolam, Malvin Maul- din, Kenny Cummings, Marilyn Warren, sec- ond row, Judy Sandy, Arlyss Benton, Bettye Oflicers of National Honor Society during the year of 1954-55 are shown standing by the club emblem, which was used in the fall ini- tiation. They are, from left to right, Liz Cre- son, secretary, Kenny Cummings, second vice- president, Richard Estes, president, and Sarah Simmons, treasurer. Not pictured is Harold Hammett, First vice-president. Nowell. Io Marie Boothe, Liz Creson, lane Shawver, Carolyn jacobus, Ianis lobe, and, front row, Mary Ann Sharp, Carole lean Delaney, Yvonne Skinner, Margaret Condray, Helen Smith, Kay Burnam, Carolyn Tapp, and jean Shawver. SZ J ' -'E2:'V . ff Other members of NHS are, Hrst row, Fleur Fuller, Suzanne Wilson, Jane Pipkin, Kaye Aker, Pat Rainer, Echo McGuire, Aretta Jennings, Nancy Herring, Shir- ley Cartwright, and Virginia Bray. Second row: Nan Durham, Patsy Knight, Rita Seay, Joyce Thrush, Martha Followell, Melva Jones, Mary Bagley, Orwinelle Lambert, Janet Jones, Norma jo Roberts, Barbara Barkley, juanice Turner, and Patricia Davis. Third row: Glenda Ingram, Cornelia Childs, Harold Hammett, Ray Rutledge, Bradford Reeves, Frank Williamson, Larry Merriman, Kenneth Blackford, Steve Noble, jerry Summers, and Roy Lee Turner. My., a First row: Mrs. G. L. Douglas, sponsor, Denevee Turner, Karen Key, Mary Lokey, Phyllis Wright, Jeanne Brown, Rebecca Pierce, Elizabeth Wilson, Carolyn Blankenship, Linda Chappell, and Mrs. Ethel K. Terrell, sponsor. Second row: Lora Ann Kerr, Janis Morton, Janice Pierce, Barbara Merrick, Francis Stephens, Mary Sue Wilson, Virginia Denton, De Velva Bartlett and Sandra Dudley. Third row: Gloria Waller, joan Pollard, Martha Cromer, Janelle Ohlenbusch, Kathy White, Linda Taylor, Joy Herod, Wanda Io Boyce. Fourth row: Bobby Brown, Lowell Cross, Bill Sandy, Ronald Lemon, Richard Estes, Duane Lemon, Gordon Graves, L. D. Casey, Ir., Leon Weaver, Wayne Culp, and Billy Sparks. i'i!'li'v!li1kk 'D ' f ' 117 A Members of the Quill and Scroll Society who were initiated last year are, first row, Carolyn Tapp, Paula Smith, and Gloria Waller, back row, Bill Sparks, Lilburn Smith, Ioan Pollard, and Steve Noble. Ray Moore, president of Quill and Scroll, has just Bnished showing slides of his trip to Europe at a club meeting. Here We see him discussing his trip with the other oflicers. They are, seated, Ioyce Thrush, membership chairman, Sue Humphrey, secretary, standing, Carole Jean Delaney, social chairman, Suzanne Wilson, vice-president, and Ray. Quill And Scroll Engraves Plaques For Publications To advance the standards of journalism, to promote exact and dispassionate thinking, clear and forceful writing, and to instill an idea of scholarship, are the pur- poses of the Margaret Turner Chapter of the Quill and Scroll Society, an international society for high school journalists. Sponsored hy Mrs. Dick Cozhy, the 20 members enjoy-ed such activities as the formal ini- tiations, "Ialce,' nights, and the Mardi Gras held in March. Programs presented at the club meetings included games, a book review hy lack Sheridan of the AVALANCHE-JOURNAL, m u s i c a l numbers, and talks by people prominent in the journalism field. One of the projects of Quill and Scroll this year was to en- grave the plaques received in state and national competition by the WESTEBNER and WEST- ERNER WORLD. Dr. James Hall, head of the Journalism Department at Texas Technological Col- lege, was the guest speaker at the fall initiation held at Underwood's Bar-B-Q. Shown are Glenda Ingram, Dr. Hall, Mrs. Hall, and Mrs. Dick Cozby, sponsor. Pledges of Quill and Scroll for' the spring semester are, front row, Frances Wilson, Helen Smith, Jean Shawver, Karen Key, back row, Brown Holden, Carol Wiedeman, Carolyn Mimms, Janelle Ohlenbusch, and Warren Dunn. Hall Speaker At Initiation Banquet Fall Jakes shown waiting to eat are: Jo Marie Boothe, a black witch, Patsy Knight, a pumpkin, Jolene Caffee, a headless horseman with a detachable headg Mary Sue Wilson, an autograph hound, Lora Kerr, as Marlon Brando, the Wild One, Leona Spradling, a black cat, Lucretia Brezeale, a Melba cigar, and Earlene Gott, a road runner. A i" 7.l ,Ii 'Fifi 1-. 11 Presentation of "Coins of His King- domv in the Christmas assembly, two initiations, and a spring banquet were feature activities of the National Thes- pians, Troupe 240. Programs in their meetings were built around speakers, skits given by pledges, and discussions concerning their business problems. Thirty-one qualified for entry in this honor club by attaining ten points of public acting or stage work, as required by National standards, and maintaining "Cv grade averages. Mr. D. M. Howell Troupe 240 Gives " ' s In His Kingdo " OHicers and sponsor of Troupe 240 are, front row, Liz Creson, president, Jane Shawver, vice-president, Roma Caviness, program chairman, Mr. D. M. Howell, sponsor, top row, Denevee Turner, treas- urer, Ann Humphreys, scribe, and Mack Osborne, secretary. National Thespian members pictured front row are Vicki Billington, Ann Humphreys, Iloma Caviliess, Lavada Gallihugh, Jackie Blair, and Jeanette Taylor' second row, Rose I16flZWlCh, Wanda Falls, and lane Shawver. LS' SPOHSOT. Joy Herod, Liz Creson, Elaine Smith, back row, Charles Akins, Margaret Condray, Tommy Galloway, Mack Osbome, Jack House, Denevee Turner, Duane Miller, and Larry Halford. Not pictured are Elaine ?risbie, Gene Johnson, Charles Stogner, and Bobby yner. 'f'zW5ff' if 1151? 23' ' " it' Creson, Caviness Best Thespians Mr. D. M. Howell is presenting a plaque to Roma Caviness and Liz Creson for outstanding work in the dramatics field. According to Mr. Howell the two girls were the best Thespians of the year. In the Christmas play, "Coins in His King- dom," presented by the National Thespian club, Tamar, portrayed by Roma Caviness, holds the robe she had made for Jesus. Marcellus, the Roman Centurion who was an unbeliever, por- trayed by David Rigney, and Grandfather, por- trayed by Larry Halford, listen attentively as Tamar recalls sorrowfully the days when Christ was on earth and the true story of the robe. The play was an excerpt from the book by Lloyd C. Douglas, The Robe. Sandra Sherrill, a pledge in National Thes- pians, points out to her fellow pledges the story of a play. Paying close attention to Sandra's explanation of the pictures are pledges David Rigney, Pat Stanley, Ianell Wharton, Sharla Pepper, Nelda Womack, Rebecca Pierce, Sandra, Doug Hutton, Royce Hunter, Roland Myers, Peggy Hallahan, and Jimmie Sinclair. Other pledges of the club for ,this year are, front row, A. V. Cates, Kenny Kaplan, and Wayne Culp, back row, Mike Stevens, Med Hunt and Prentiss Peak. 1 A 1 ' ' uf' 21" 222' " ' , .. A., f vane ,e-,af-fit.. Ah! Ohl Come on and break it! With expressive looks on their faces, the members of the El Club Pan-Americano watch as Robert Hebberger tries to break the pinata. The pinata was broken and candy and treats were enjoyed by all who attended the Spanish Christmas Party, December 16. After the party members took presents to a needy family. Oflicers pictured to the left are, reading clockwise from the top, Ray Moore, president, Jane Shawver, vice-president, Janet Jones, secretary. Not pictured is Rose Nell Koen, treasurer. ' Spanish Club Takes Leads In Annual Spanish Fiesta Being host to the Spanish Fiesta in which two thou- sand students from surrounding towns participated was only one of the highlights for El Club Pan- Americano members. Sponsored by Mrs. Emmett Burford and Miss Genelle Wilhite this club had ap- proximately one-hundred members. Other activities of the year included the informal initiation at Etter's Rebel, a bake sale on March 5, a rummage sale in October, and the awarding of the 3100 Tech Scholarship given to the third or fourth year student who made the highest grade on a test given by the Spanish Department at Texas Tech. Another highlight was the State meet of the Pan- American Student Forum at Austin. All ofthe Spanish clubs from all over the state attended. Harold Ham- mett was the candidate for vice-president from Lub- bock. V Members are the following: Dana Abbott, Robert Adams, Elaine Baird, DeVelva Bartlett, Sandra Bean, Lutha Beck, Jimmy Benton, Vicky Billington, Nancy Black, Rose Anne Blackwood, Judy Blank, Virginia Bray, Lucretia Breazeale Bobby J. Brown, Bobby Brown, Blanc Burke, James Burleson, Celia Bumett, Jo Ann Colvard, Jack Casperson, A. V. Cates, Jan Cauthen, Beth Clark, Linda Chappell, Pepper Connelley, Bill Dean, Gordon Deering, Virginia Denson, Carol Jean Delaney, Linda Dennis, Nancy Dennis, Sue Dickson, Wilma Edwards, Eflie Estes, Carol Foster, Helen Galford, Irma Galindo, Ounell Glasque, Gene Glazner, Carlene Goodwin, Jane Grant, Ange- line Guerrero, Harold Hammett, Marialys Hankins, Robert Hebberger, Sarjim Holcomb, Kathleen Holliday, Mary Lou Howard, Gloria Hud- gens, Rosemarili Huneke, Martha James, Linda Jobb, Jeanette Jones, Nancylgones, elva Jones, Sharon Jones, Foster Jordan, Karen Key, Patsy night, Rose Nell Koen, Paula Kuykendall, Don Lacy, Linda Leon, Sally Joe Le Mond, Kay Liner, Carol Lott, Sandra McCommas, Jan McElroy, Mary Jane Medina, Flora Millis, Mike Millsap, Carolyn Mimms, Joe Minter, Wendell Moore, Sue Morris, Donal Myrick, Anne Marie Norman, Billie Osbom, Gail Owens, Raymond Padgett, Patsy Painter, Joan Payne, Sarah Pistole, Carole Powell, Myra Powell, Jane Raines, Reve Rasco, Ortis Robertson, Mylinda Rogers, Mildred Ross, Jimmy Seay, Rita Seay, Kathleen Semands, Jane Shawver, Jean Shawver, Jo Ann Shipman, Tommy Simes, Jeanie Simmons, Sarah Simmons, Carol Simpson, Jo Ann Skinner, Carolyn Stafford, Jackie Stanton, Carolyn Symes, Margaret Tollin, Barbara Trippe, Sylvia Turner, Mary Waller, Amanda Ward, Marilyn Warren, Gail West- moreland, Suzanne Wilson, Joan Wimberly, Sheila Wimberly, Harold Eeltsiergan. The sponsors are Miss Genelle Wilhite, and Mrs, Emmett u or . Latin Club Features Trip to Underworld Members of the Latin Club are Annez Allan, Becky Barfoot, Wynelle Beasley, Sonja Becker, Janet Bell, Martin Benson, Kenneth Blackford, Elizabeth Brown, Barry Buchanan, Richard Burr, Wiletha Caperton, Jim Carter, Margaret Condray, Juanita Davis, Elsa Dock- ray, Robert Evans, Mike Farmer, Kathryn Fincher, Doyle Gammill, Jack Gist, Gordon Graves, Margaret Greve, Dale Halford, Sue Hardy, James Harrell, Mike Hendon, Sandra Hendrix, Neal Hicks, Melba Holeman, Joe Humphrey, Montye Imbordino, Carol James, Larry Jobe, Robert Johnson, James Key, Barbara Lambert, Ellenor Langston, Susan Mansell, Barbara Merrick, Martha Milburn, Sabra Millican, Janys Morton, Mar- garet Myrick, Joe Naylor, Bettye Nowell, Janelle Ohlen- busch, Shirley Parks, Phil Pendley, Janis Pierce, Jane Pipkin, Carolyn Porter, Jacque Price, Henry Randolph, Jimmy Ratliif. Joy Reeder, Delwin Renfroe, Mack Robertson, Bill Robinson, Kathleen Robinson, Bobby Smith, George Smith, Ja Na' Sparks, Amelie Starke , Francis Stephen, Jane Strader, Jerry Summers, Mabellle Tate, Gwen Theisman, Joana Usry, Eva Watson, Patsy Watson, James West, Gene White, Kathy White, Billy Wilkinson, Mollie Williams, Jimmie Lou Wilson, Karne Wood, and Johnanna Zoumas. Oiiicers of the Latin Club starting at bot- tom and going clockwise are Frances Ste- phens, president, Annez Allan, and Sonja Becker, vice-presidents. Others are Janys Morton, recording secretary, Sandra Hendrix, corresponding secretary, Joe Humphrey, treasurer, Jerry Summers, activities officer, Kathy White, public relations oflicer, Mar- garet Myrick, parliamentarian, Barbara Mer- rick, editor, and Bettye Nowell, historian. A a trip to the underworld headed the traditional Gens Togata, Latin club, initiation. Gens Togata members entered into the pledging picnic, the Saturnalis, K Christmas paflyii Latin Week in April, and the farewell banquet for seniors with their usual enthusiasm. Projects of the Latin club included a rummage sale, N ooember 21, and the selling of programs at the Odessa and San Angelo games. This clubis 90 members held their regular meetings during school on M T T Thursdays. Will you be mine? This seems to be the question that the pledges are saying to one another. The pledges are Doyle Gammill, James West, kneeling, Carolyn Porter, and Shirley Parks. All pledges were initiated at the special ceremony in many and various ways, as illus- trated in the picture. 94404 if 1 1524 One of the highlights of the Hi-Y year is the Father- and-Son Banquet. As the title suggests, the boys bring their fathers to dinner. Pictured above on the back row are Mr. lack B. Blackstock, Toni Blackstock, Mr. William C. Robertson, Ronnie Robertson, Mr. Lawrence Lusk, Tommy Lusk, Mr. C. G. Gray, and Mr. Russell E. Wim- berly. On the front row are Mr. Wilson B. Holden, Ir. and Brown Holden. f , "' tr..,r..... Y r..r1 t.tr...r f - '...: c s f ...... .r,. R 5 i'f l I if A ll.'.... ttsrr r 5 gggv Pictured above reading from the top left picture clock- wise are three of the gficers of the 1955 Hi-Y. They are George Dawson, presi ent, Richard Estes, first senior vice- president, and Brown Holden, secretary. Banquet Highlights Hi-Y Social Year "To create, maintain, and extend throughout the school and community, high standards of Christian character" is the creed of the Hi-Y club for boys. Hi-Y was founded over 20 years ago and it holds the title of the oldest club in Lubbock Senior High School. A club of over 90 members, Hi-Y is open to any boy who is interested in serving his com- munity and in living a better life. As a reminder to the boys, a neon sign is li hted above the door of 252 receding their Thursclay morning meetings. Tllle programs of Hi-Y featured such speakers as the Rev. David Zacharias of the Westminster Presbyterian Church and Leon Harris of KF YO Radio Station. Among their many other activities of the year this brother club to Y-Teens has at least one social with the Y-Teen girls and features as the most important event of the year the Father-and- Son Banquet. The members also participated in a Christmas arty and a gym party at which basket- ball was pllzyed. GJ Hi-Y Wins Tennis Doubles A idland Pictured in the upper left corner, John O'Haught- ery and Alvin Parramore are looking over the plaque that they received on winning first place in tennis doubles at the Hi-Y District Meet in Mid- land. Other contests held at the meet were basket- ball, volleyball, ping-pong, and track. In the up er right corner are pictured the oflicers of Hi-Y. Thjey are, back row, Robert Key, second senior vice-president, Harold Hammett, first junior vice-president, and Robert Adams, treasurer, front row, Gordon Graves, parliamentarian, and Cordon Deering, second junior vice-president. Not pictured is Joe Naylor, chaplain. In the middle picture are the sponsors of Hi-Y, Mr. C. C. Gray and Mr. H. H. Nicholas. These sponsors meet with the boys every Thursday mom- ing and s onsor their socials and projects. Mr. Gray is tlge boys, counselor, and Mr. Nicholas teaches history. In the lower right corner picture are Harold Hammett, District Hi-Y president, and Cordon Graves, delegate to the International YMCA Cen- tennial in Paris, France. Harold was elected presi- dent of the Hi-Y district in Midland. This District includes from Pampa to San Angelo and from Wichita Falls to El Paso. Cordon was selected to go to Paris on application by a board of business men in Dallas. Fourteen delegates from Texas, Arkansas, Louisiana, and Oklahoma were selected to go. Cordon will attend meetings in the Hi-Y section of the Centennial for two weeks in August. Seventy-four different countries will be represented at this meeting. ,Qi ,Mal f',,f. ,Q-, ,rf I 189 Meet-My-Folks Night njoyed By FHA Club Striving always to further interest in homemak- ing, the 164 members of the Mary-Emma Chapter of the Future Homemakers of America met twice a month for business and social programs. With Mrs. Bill I. Cox, Mrs. Tommy Daniel, Mrs. H. R. Nesmith, Mrs. Robert Carter, Miss Carol Jean Sandlin, and Mrs. Richard Pettyjohn as sponsors, the members enjoyed such activities as the FFA- F HA box supper in December and participation in National FHA Week. In the picture below Winn Sue Sherrill, Io Ann Skinner, Carroll Stephens, Chapter Beau, Lynn Richards, and Barbara Spinks are performing a pantomime of "There,s No Business Like Show Businessv at the M eet-M y-Folks night held Febru- ary 22. Members of the FHA Club are Jane Adamson, Lanell Baldwin, Barbara Barkley, Wynelle Beasley, Charlene Begey, Jeanette Belcher, Janet Bell, Arlyss Benton, Vicky Billington, Dorothy Bond, Wanda Jo Boyce, Fredia Boykin, Lucretia Breazeale, Charlotte Brock, Susannah Brunson, Rolinda Bumett, Lewanna Caifey, Kathy Cain, Jeannie Cald- well, Roma Carroll, Barbara Cooper, Darlene Cox, Susie Cravens, Nanette Crosby, La Nelle Dahnke, Danna Dane, Carol Ann Davis, Nancy Denton, Favonia Dial, Myma Eaves, Dorothy Edwards, Helen Fields, Glenna Sue Forrest, A. G. Fox, Beth Franks, Frances Fredenburg, Carol Gentry, Hope Gleghorn, Frances Graves, Angelina Guerreio, Beverly Hagood, Lynn Ellen Hammock, Marialys Hamkins, Judy Harris, Lillie Mae Harris, Wayne Hardin, Gaither Hartsfield, Sandra Hendrix, Venita Hobbs, Nancy Hodges, Nelda Holhert, Martha Jeffcoat, Janis Jobe, Nelda Jolly, Jackie Jones, Marylan Long, Ann Love, Monon Markham, Pat Matthews, Bettye McCann, Sue McCullough, Mary Alice McElwee, Verna Medlln, Martha Medley, Barbara Miller, Joe Mooney, Joni Lou Mooney, Beverly Moore, Sue Moore, Norma Mowery, Charlene Naul, Judy Nichols, Joyce Oderizzi, Mona Oldham, Billie Lou Osborne, Sue Pannell, Mare Patrick, Ruth Paschall, Kay Patterson, Ann Petty, Mary Lynn Peveto, Bette Pigford, Sarah Pistole, Dana Portwood, Joyce Putman, Theada Putman, Jean Quinley, Pat Rainer, Nancy Rankin, Martha Ray, Shirley Reese, Rita Riggs, Mike Robinson, Wil- lena Robnett, Nancy Rochelle, Sandra Rodden, Peggy Rogers, Lila Ann Sandifer, Barbara St. Clair, Dolores Scroggins, Shirley Sewell, Kay Sharp, Jean Shawver, Doris Simpson, Sharon Sims, Loretta Samjda, Mary Ann Smalley, Linda Smith, Anita Smith, Helen Smith, Suzanne Staf- ford, Arden Stone, Patsy Studer, Margaret Tollin, Donna Taylor, Lula Mae Taylor, Nancy Thompson, Mary Ellen Townsend, Jean Under- wood, Jeanette Underwood, Jimmy Vaught. Joan Veitch, Mary Worth Waller, Barbara Weir, Jo Nell Wharton, Mary Wilkerson, Elizabeth Williams, Sue.Williams, Sheila Wimberly, Barbara Wright, Rita Wylie, Leona Spradling, Jo Marie Boothe, and Jolene Caffee. Pictured at the left, reading from the upper center and counter clockwise are Carolyn Tapp, president, Lora Kerr, 'first vice-president, and Nancy Dean, recording secretary. Other oflicers are Barbara Spinks, second vice-president, Helen Gatford, third vice-president, Lynn Richards, fifth vice-president, Denevee Turner, corresponding secretary, Norma Jo Roberts, treasurer, Sharon Chick, parliamenta- rian, Jo Ann Skinner, historian, Winn Sherrill, ser- geant-at-arms, Mary V. Dawson, reporter, Sandra Sherrod, art chairman, Rebecca Pierce, song leader, Janelle'Ohlenbusch, pianist, and Kathy White, Area I vice-president. Jane Keese, David Kelley, Karen Key, Carolyn Keyton, Gladine Kies- chniclc,-Janiece King, Gail Klatt, Sally LeMond, Jessie Merle Lewelling, IJlane Livermore, Joyce Loflaud, Geraldine Lokey, Mary Lokey, Betty ong, 'Tir . 592 186 sl'a.m i. ,gg , tix ilall. l' 'QW -,1 " Officers are, from top, clockwise, Roy Webb, president, Robert Boyd, vice-president, Don Tanker- sley, secretary. Not pictured are Tom Cobb, treas- urer, Wallace McAfee, reporter, Jimmy Bateman, sentinel, Sam Stanton, parliamentarian, and Jimmy Allday, historian. FFA Has Box Supper, Greenhands Initiation Various honors have been captured by the local chapter of the Future Farmers of America, many of which include livestock judging and chapter con- ducting. In a recent local project show Hud Rhea, junior, presented the calf which was named grand cham- pion. A silver emblem was presented to the live- stock judging team which won in state competition last year and went to national this year. Chaptefconducting is a useful as well as an in- formative type of activity which was proved by the Future Farmers of America. They won jirst in Jun- ior Chapter conducting in the district and area, and second in state. Seen performing a perfect square at the FHA- F F A Box Supper which was held at the Aggie farm, are starting with the iirst couple and going left, Barbara Spinks and Jimmy Bateman, Jeanette Bel- cher and Wallace McAfee, Rebecca Pierce and Sam Stanton, and Sandra Sherrod and Tom Cobb. Members are Jimmy Allday, J. L. Ambym, Earl Andrews, Joe Anthony, David Asbill, Joel Austin, Don Baker, Jimmy Bateman, Wayne Becklam, Tommy Bell, Edwin Benton, Robert Benton, Charles Boyd, Robert Boyd, Gene Bratcher, James Brewer, Kenneth Brown, Bobby Bryant, Allan Buck, Bob Burgess, Tim Campbell, Jerry Can- trell, Weldon Carpenter, Danny Claborn, Marvin Cloud. Tom Cobb, Hershel Coleman, Coleman Conner, Jerry Courtney, Stanley Coward, Jack Cox, Garland Crockett, Jerry Daniel, Milton Daniel, Bobby Davis, Allen Deatherage, Richard Denison, Larry Dobbs, Robert Donald, Larry Dumas, Wayne Edwards, William Edwards, Darrell Ellis, Ronald Ellis, Donald Ewing, Olan' Finley, Ashley Flake, Dean Fleming, Charles Flowers, Darrell Forrest, Lewis Fox, Jerry Franklin, Don Fritz, Truman Galyon, Bobby Gar- ner, Gary Garner, Tony Gibson, George Graham, Bruce Haas, Charles Haly, Jerry Hamilton, Jim Hancock, Forrest Hargrove, Johnny Har- grove, Jarvis Hervst, Delman Hilton, Joe Hobbs, WVayne Hogan, Bobby Holmes, E. J. Holub, Van Hom, Morgan Howard, Jerry Ince, Curtis Johnson, Fred Kelley, Sam Kelsey, Richard Leonard, Jackie Lewelling, Darrell Lindsey, Dorry Lindsey, Jimmy Lipps, Mac Love, Louis Marshall, Ancil May- nard, James Mead, Wallace McAfee, Mike McDonald, Doyle McElroy, Bobby McEntire, Jerry McFarland, Homer McNeal, Joe Mooney, Joe Billy Moore, Phil Morris, James Mullenix, Cary Murdock, Orville Nel- son, Rofce Newsom, Jimmy Noles, Scott Pepper, Earl hillgps, T. A. Pool, Dean Prather, Bill Price, Wayne Ratisseau, Bobby Ratli , Hud Rhea, Jerry Ricker, Mike Robinson, Ben Rucker, Phil Sanders, Audry Sauell, Nahtan Self, Donald Shannon, Mike Sherrod, Edwin Simpson, Jerl Smith, Jimmy Spider, Jimmy Sparks, Karl Speedler, Lynn Stanton, Sam Stanton, Stacy Starrell, Raynan Statts, Jimmy Sterling, Kenneth Stevenson, Bobby Stewart, Earl Gene Steward, Don Tankersley, Kenneth Taylor, Mac Taylor, Bobby Tipton, Norman Tnimbiegblgergiie 6IVssslrgy,BJoe Valdez, Jay Vaughn, Larry Warren, ames e , oy e , ennett Wells, Pe White, Bruce Wilhi Mickey Williams, and Dwain Woody. ny te, 187 La Trezieme Musique Has Pledge Slumber Party La Trezieme Musique, the band girls, club, organized in 1947 to develop a closer relationship among band students, spot- lighted four socials, an initiation slumber party, a tea, a Christmas caroling party, and a banquet. Three traditional programs were rotated by the sophomores, juniors, and seniors. Other meetings centered around the busi- ness of the club. The 47 members met every Wednesday afternoon under the guidance of Mr. Paul M. Branom, sponsor. Members of La Trezieme Musique are Lutha Beck, Jean Caldwell, Barbara Cooper, Myma Corum, Dana Dane, Freddie Dane, Sandra Dudley, Eflie Estes, Julia Fifer, Dolores Fowler, Gloria Gentry, Sara Goad, Vema Harrington, Linda Henry, Joy Herod, Sondra Hill, Nancy Hodges, Kathleen Holiday, Joyce James, Naomi Johnson, Mary Jordan, Betty Kimmey, Paula Kuykendall, Ger- aldine Lokey, Amedia Lowrance, Mary Alice McElwee, Mary Mayiield, Mary Ann Medina, Barbara Miller, Sue Ann Moore, Pat Moselev, Edrin Parrack, Dana Portwood, Kathleen Robinson, Mary Ann Sharp, Jeanie Simmons, Yvonne Skinner, Judy Sliter, Phyllis Stroud, Carolyn Symes, Faye Tarleton, Mary Lynn Turbeville, Alice Jane Veasey, Jo-No West, Mollie Williams, Raylene Wortman, Evelyn Wossum. From left to right are Amedia Lowrance, Betty Kimmey, Mary Alice McElwee, Lutha Beck, Julia Fifer, and Mary Mayfield, enjoying a good old fashion pillow iight at a "slumberless" party for pledges in September. This was an informal ini- tiation for band girl pledges given in the home of Mary Ann Sharp. Betty, Mary Alice, and Lutha are the pledges pictured. Ollicers of the La Trezieme Musi- que: Starting at the bottom and going counter clockwise are Dana Portwood, president, Julia F ifer, secretary, Edrin Parrack, vice-president. Other oflicers not pictured are Phyllis Stroud, social chairman, Sondra Hill, program chair- man, Mary Mayfield, reporter, Amedia Lowrance, song leader, and Evelyn Wossum, parliamentarian. WBBC Has Combination Of Music And Activities Under the sponsorship of Mr. Paul Branom the 22 members of the WBBC met twice a month to discuss business and have programs. Open to any boy taking band with a grade average of 'iC,', this club was organized in 1952. Main activities of the year included partici- pation in the March of Dimes Telethon, an overnight camping trip at Bufalo Lakes, the initiation banquet, and participation in the Enid band contest. t i it e Beginning at the top and reading clockwise, officers are Gerald Woolam, president, Dalvin Boone, vice-president, and Ierry Allison, secre- tary. Not pictured are Bill Sandy, treasurer, Lowell Cross, parliamentarian, and Bobby Brown, rep-orter. Discussing one of their projects of the year, participation in the March of Dimes Telethon, held February 5, are Lowell Cross, Kenny Cummings, Arden Gifford, Ronald Lemon, and Bill Sandy. Members are Jerry Allison, Phil Bledsoe, Dalvin Boone, Dean Breedlove, Bobby Brown, Lowell Cross, Kenny Cummings, Jim Tom Davis, Bill Down, Bob Fenley, Troy Felber, Arden Gifford, Bob Harris, Harlon Lambkin, Ronald Lemon, Milton McKee, Bill Robinson, Bill Sandy, Tommy Shamburger, jan Stanley, Ronald Thompson, and Gerald Woolam. 39 Y-Teen Club Boasts Membership of 600 The largest organization in LHS, the Y-Teen Club, met every MVVF Thursday during this past year. Among the many and varied activities during the year were the M other-Daugh- ter Tea, the initiation, the Sweetheart Banquet, the F ather-Daughter party, and the installation of ojicers. Ianis Pierce, program chairman, ar- ranged for many fine programs this year. The first program was an introduction to Y-Teens, which explained the purposes of Y-Teens to the new members. Other programs during the year were a book review of Pilgrim's Progress by Ianis, a talk on hair styles by Mrs. Bill Sharpley, better known as Jessie Lee, and a quiz show with audience participation. The service committee, headed by Mary Sue Wilson, was very active this year. The committee sponsored a "clothes for the needy" drive with the clothes going to Guadalupe School, painted rooms in the Carver Heights Day Nursery and the Lubbock Day Nursery, sold Forget-me-nots for the Dis- abled American Veterans, and bought groceries for a needy family. Officers seen in the heart-shaped pictures above, reading clockwise from the top, are joy Herod, treasurer, Kay Burnam, president, and Liz Creson, secretary. The officers and sponsors pictured in the top picture are, front row, Carrna jean Williamson, Janis Pierce, Toni Bannister, Ann Humphreys, Pat Rainer, Ann Pendley, and Iohnanna Zournas. Back row, are Sharla Pepper, Miss Edith Caveness, Miss Irene Armes, Mrs. Ioe M. Davis, Mrs. McNeil Wylie, Miss Laurene Bussey, Miss Lottie Graves, and Mary Sue Wilson. Not pictured is Mrs. Reba Bailey. In keeping with the tradition of Y-Teens, the annual Mother-Daughter tea was held October 24 at the home of Karen Key. This year approximate- ly 300 members and mothers were present. Special guests were Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Honey, Miss Dorothy Lomax, and Miss Grace Padley. Ex- changing bits of news are Carma Jean Williamson, Iohnanna Zournas, Ann Pendley, Sharla Pepper, and Karen. Partner Party Begins Y-Teen Social Year Y-Teen pledges were initiated at the formal initiation on November 18 at the First Baptist Church. Pledges were pinned and given handbooks by old members. Toni Bannister is seen pinning Lynn Richards. Ann Humphreys is waiting to pin Suzette Francis. Hollicking at the partner party given by Y-Teens are Barbara Batton and Sharla Pepper, dressed as Siamese twins. These girls copped iirst place with their stunt 'Tm Walking Behind You." f'5. ., Kr' ff!- Sweethearts Through The Ages Is Theme For nnual Banquet Migihty Good! These words seem to express the thoug ts of the people who went to the annual Sweetheart Banquet on F ebrua 14. Seen enjo - ing themselves at one of the tabrfes are Tom Blacll- stock, Iohnanna Zournas, Robert Coad, Nanette Crosby, Murray Cooper, Caroline Andrews, Buddy Feris, and Carol Sim son. On the right hand side of the table are Saralh Simmons, Mack Robertson, Mary Sue Wilson, and Richard Estes. Sweethearts Through the Ages was the theme of the annual Sweetheart Parade at the Sweetheart Banquet. Such couples as Elizabeth Barrett and Robert Browning, Ann Rutledge and Abe Lincoln, and a caveman and his wife, were seen going through the parade. Below are seen four of the couples: Linda Taylor and Don Hogue as Martha and Geor e Washington, Jimmy Joe Stanford and Ann Pendley as Ioe DiMaggio and Marilyn Monroe, Sandra Sherrill and Dan Johnston as Pocahontas and John Rolfe, and Joy Herod and Larry Merri- man as Queen Elizabeth and Lord Essex. Future Teachers Present Plaques Stressing the advantages and disadvantages of the teaching profession, Dr. Ishmael Hill spoke on "Why Be A Teacher? to the twenty- four members of the Future Teachers of Amer- ica Club in one meeting. ,Activities of the prospective teachers and the sponsor, Mrs. A. F. Rasor, included a Get- Acquainted Party, presentation of plaques to the club sweetheart and the most outstanding member, and selling programs at football games. f . -f.f , ,..- ... , . Ollicers are, clockwise, Betty Stricldand, sec- retary, Marie Sparks, president, and Beth But- ler, vice-president. Not pictured are Mildred Bransom, treasurer, jo Ann Skinner, parlia- mentarian, Billie Osborn, reporter, and Valen- cia Airhart, historian. To serve their club more beneficially, OPF1- cers must acquaint themselves with the organ- ization's charter. Doing just that are Valencia Airhart, historian, Billie Osborn, reporter, Mil- dred Bransom, treasurer, Beverly Witt, social chairman, and Sarah Pistole, assistant reporter. Valencia and Billie were elected Mr. and Mrs. Future Teacher of America. Members are Valencia Airhart, Mildred Branson, Beth But- ler, Myma Corum, Suzanne Dale, Nan Durham, Myma Eaves, Wilma Edwards, Eflie Estes, Barbara Feree, Martha Follo- well, Martha Greenlee, Kay Holly, Orwinelle Lambert, Carolyn Leftwich, Billie Osbom, Sarah Pistole, Kathleen Semards, Jo Ann Skinner, Marie Sparks Betty Strickland, Frances White, Frances Wilson, and Beverly Witt. 193 Members are Eddy Balentine, Joe Beard, john Beard, Harlan VIC Chapter 10 ttends District, State Meets Preparing themselves for success in the yield of automotive mechanics, the 37 boys in VIC Club, Auto Mechanics, Chapter 10, met twice a month with Mr. james Burnett, sponsor. Trained mechanics explained certain aspects of automotive repair during several meetings, With Carma lean Williamson representing them as club Sweetheart, they attended a dis- trict meet in Amarillo and a state meet at Waco. Socials of the year included a picnic in the fall and a spring banquet. 71 If f 7 ,f , fin-1 , 4 V Y J Bearden, Barry Boyd, Royce Carter, James Chatman, jimmy Cope, W. B. Dillard, Iohn Dunn, Tommy Edwards, Wendell Fowler, A. G. Fox, Jim Fry, Rado Cass, Johnny Gibson, Sam Gilbreath, Charles Green, Lloyd Hatchett, Darwin Huddles- ton, Jerry Jones. Gary Lacewell. Lawrence Lampkin, jay Led- better, Roy McDaniel, Allan Massy, Bobby Mayne, Stanley Mofhtt, J. C, Myres, Bill Nelson. Ray Niles, Roy Phillips, T. A. Pool, Bobby Puryear, Billy Scitem, Wayne Teston, and Arlian Wilhite. First year members, A. J. Fox, Law- rence Lampkin, Stanley Moflfit, and Max Spector look on as Harlan Bearden, an old experienced hand at these things, points out the inhicate valve mechanism of this Ford car owned by Iames Lee Collier, one of the patronizers of the VIC shop. ii , , , pv . i'ii . Q A , 1 51 "si K ,s i ,. I W.l. gi i s ilgr . fy, EI, , . ' 2' il k: W',,",", 4 ii i.,,t f , ,... -ga it tii "i" ' .Y r r IZ Ofiicers are, clockwise, Tommy Ed- . "Il Wards, president, and Gary Lacewell, Vice-president, Harlan Bearden, secre- tary. Not pictured is Jay Ledbetter, par, liamentarian. 1 I-'E Vocational Industrial Club Chapter 109 strives to stimulate interest and participation in the metal trades field. Films and group discussions, con- cerning new developments in the 25 members' trades, were featured in the meetings. With Mr. Edward C. Shioe as their sponsor, the club elected Sandra Sher- rill to represent them as their sweet- heart. This club also participated in statewide contest held in Waco in April. OfHcers are, clockwise, John Dunn, publicity, Fred Sullivent, vice-presi- dent, and James Hall, secretary. Not pictured are A. G. Fox, program, and john King, president. Members are John D. Adams, jerry Bessent, Haden Bishop, Clark Cooper, David Ellis, Don Exum, Jerry Eubank, Ronald Fullford, Charles Galli- more, Roy Gray, Billy Gregory, James Hall, Jerry Holmes, Donald Huff, Gene Johnson, John King, Gene Moore, Eddy Nixon, Robert Rinkerton, Gerald R'dT Si osFrdSllivtL T - ex , ommy mmn, e u CTI, HTYY em pleton, Jerry Tisdel, and Frank Ward. i, ii! X KY' iii? In Uff9'?'?S2wr fi I ' 'iff' '- , S-Z J' 'j ' "" .,,,,. V, 1 R ' ' 'U A 4 M T-ar A I T Oflicers are, clockwise, Charlene Hada- way, secretary, Buddy Holly, vice-presi- dent, and Delton Combs, president. Not pictured are James Hogan, treasurer, Bob Montgomery, reporter, and Don Adams, sergeant-at-arms. .lla IC of ICT Attends District Convention Nineteen diferent trades are engaged in by the 36 members of Vocational Industrial Club of Industrial Co-operative Training, Chapter 95. These students work after- noons and have a business meeting once a week. Socials included a formal initiation at K. N. Clapp Party House and an Employer- Employ-ee Banquet. Tuesday nights the group played basketball or volleyball in the boys, gym. Representatives went to a district meet in Amarillo and the state meet at Waco. Lawana Hilburn attended these as club sweetheart. Members are Delton Combs, Buddy Holly, Charlene Hadaway, James Hogan, Bob Montgomery, Don Adams, Sarah Adams, J. C. Alexander, Don Allen, David Bowers, Carolyn Cone, Lawrence Dale, Aubrey Davis, Jdiirfiyes Fread, Reagan Garrett, Eugene Green, Billy Henson, Lawana 1 um, Amos Hodge, Henry Housour, George Jones, John Jackson, Wayne Jacobs, Don Ledwig, Bobby Mayfield, Jimmie Oglesby, Beverly Patrick, John A. Petty, James Pritchard, Mary Robertson, Norman Williamson, Iiranllil Wilson, Herbert Wilson, Harold Womack, Eddie Yuzbick, and ay a. .-, i A S5 A Frank Wilson is taking a free shot in the basketball game held every Beverly Patrick is explaining to James Fread, Wayne Jacobs, Harold Tuesday night in the boys' gym. Other members of the club participat- Womack, John A. Petty, and Aubrey Davis, the correct places for the mg 1n the activity are Aubrey Davis, James Fread, and Bobby Mayfield. keywords, skill, knowledge, and experience, on the club symbol. DE Classes Promote Good alesmanship Distributioe Education classes met to dis- cuss salesmanship methods, oiew yilms, and to learn good business public relations. Under the direction of Mr. Looic H. Lis- ton, the thirty-seoen D. E. students work part day in businesses in the city learning salesmansliip. Grade points and credits are given for this work. Special socials included an Employee- Employer Banquet and a barbecue in De- cember. Typifying the kind of work done by D.E. students, Dale Pruett and Landra Milner are shown as they Work at businesses in the city. VhmiV. f is . K 4 'N i A J he QQ " ' , f F X ft P I ' 11 The ollicers are, clockwise, Joy Kieschnick, treas- urer, Marlin Poynor, vice-president, and Janice Ingram, secretary. Not pictured are Dale Pruett, president, Ralph Robertson, sergeant-at-arms, Martha Hayslip, reporter, Haney Poynor, student council representative. Members are Frances Armstrong, Bar- bara Black, Rila Boren, johnny Bunton, Leora Conditt, Prentiss Cunningham, Joe Ann Dudley, Kenneth Edwards, james Gschwend, Donald Guinn, Mickey Ham, Rose Mary Holder, Bobby Hughey, jim Bob Jackson, mur- ag ,.... , .1 ,f,f' L. H ,,,,M,,,. Norma Jackson, Bobbie Joplin, Shir- ley Kyle, Bruce Lokey, Grace McGown, Landra Milner, Iane Steele, Larry Sto- vall, Bobby Tyner, Ianell Ward, Barbara Williams, Mickey Wilson, Pat Wright, Bobby Wooten, David Yocum. 197 1 Musicians Guild Features Music in the Air When the 126 members of the Musicians Guild met on M TT Thursdays in Room 192, there was always music in the air. The club was organized in 1950 to promote apprecia- tion for music. If a person is in a choir or has had choir ex- perience, he is eligible for membership in the club, sponsored by Mrs. Gerald Harris and Mrs. Everett Carver. Activities included the initiation and pro- grams with such guests as the Jesters. The ollicers of Musicians Guild starting at the top and going clockwise are Mary V. Dawson, secretry, David Rigney, president, Barbara Batton, vice-presi- dent. Not pictured are Amanda Ward, treasurer, and Marsha Brock, social chairman. The members are Nancy Allen, Mona Armstrong, Luzell Asbill, Beverly Austin, Deanna Austin, Janice Ayers, Mary Bagley, Joanna Bamett, Barbara Bat- ton, Dorothy Bond, Gayle Boyd, Suzanna Brunson, Gladys Brock, Marsha Brock, Kay Burnam, Kathy Cain, Roma Carroll, Ray Carter, Jan Cauthen, Linda Chappell, Sharon Chick, Gwen Coleman, Pflaggaret Condray, Susan Cravens, Nancy Craw- or , Bill Dane, Mary V. Dawson, Favonia Dial, Karen Dickson, Janice Evans, George Fisher, Irma Galindo, Don Garrett, Dinah Gorza, Anita Gordon, Horace Griflin, Yvonne Hamilton, Bob Hancock, Bob Harris, Janet Hebberger, Robert Hebberger, Martha Hedge- coth, Pat Henry, Jan Higinbotham, Rodney Hill, Wesley Hopp, Linda Jobb. Nan Kelly, Don Kerr, Delwin Kessee, Martha Key, Bonnie Key, Janiece King, Barbara Lakey, Wanda LaMance, June Lang, Ronald Lemon, Verna Lewis, Richard Lightholder, Kay Liner, Llewellyn Mc- Candless, Echo McGuire, Carol McWilliams, Bar- bara Manley, James Moeser, Gene Medley, Sylvia Moore, Gloria Nixon, Bill Nolan, John O,Haugh- erty, Gail Owens. Alvin Parramore, Mare Patrick, Ludonna Pek, Prentiss Peak, Mary Pfingsten, Charlsey Pillars, Bobby Polk, Myra Powell, Nancy Rankin, David Rigney, Kathleen Robinson, Willena Robnett, Sandra Roddeen. Peggy Rogers, Bethelyne Rogers, Rosalie Rogers, Billie Ruth Rowan, Winston Rumsev, Judy Sandy, Kathleen Semands, Robert Sewell, Carolyn Shelton. Sanrlra Sherrod, Iva Sue Shronshire, Sarah Simmons, Yvonne Skinner, Diana Smith, Barbara Spinks. Jo Ann Tann, Mary Townsend, Georgetta Vaught, Amanda Ward, Betty Welch, Wanda Welch, Carol Williams, Gayle Williams, Peggy Williams, Sue Willis, Elizabeth Wilson, Nancy Wilson, Buddy Wimberley, Joan Wimberley, Sheila VVimberley, Jay Wood. -L Pledges James Moeser, Sarah Simmons, Linda Chap- ---. if pell, and Sandra Sherrod, 1 , are bowing to two old mem- . ,Z ' ,. bers, Gene Medley and QS' ,.,, ,J i Marsha Brock. ' A U 1 ,Vr' '..' sos Holds Annual Art Fair To further an appreciation of art through study and creation was the main purpose upheld by the 50 mem- bers of the Splash or Splatter Club for this year. Anyone in Lubbock Senior High School who is interested in any form of art is eligible to join this club. The SOS club is sponsored by Misses Mary Wilson and George Ann McFarland. The main activi- ties of the year included the initiation of the new members and the annual Art Fair held in late spring. At this Art Fair the students display the work that they have done in the department during the year. Refreshments are sold and the money goes into the SOS treasury. One of the projects of the club this year was to buy film for the department. In the above picture, Barbara Edwards is explain- ing the correct use of the silk screen in all types of art work. The silk screen is used in making covers for invitations and programs, and designs on place mats and table cloths. Ioyce Myrick, Keith H ewett, ferry Bessent, and Io Ann Colvard look on with interest. 1,4 I ' l fl Oflticers, startin at top and going clockwise are, Billy Hewett, president, Janice Worley, vice-president, and Bar- bara Stimson, secretary. Members are Charlie Bellah, Lloyd Berman, Jerry Bessent, Nancy Black, Eddie Bradford, Yvonne Britting- ham, Jo Ann Colvard, Jack Casperson, Bill Cline, Beverly Craft, Don Daniel, Tommy Day, Ouida Death- erage, Jean Eaves, James Eby, Barbara Edwards, Frances Ellis, C. L. Eudy, Jane Feathers, Ashley Flake, Elyse Green, Shirley Greer, Jan Hatley, Arm Head- stream Billy Hewett. Keith Hewett, James Howard, Jessie Inzer, Maureen Jenkins, Dan Johnston, Jerry Jones, Peggy Kitchen, Carol Kohler, Jonnie Lobstein, Jay Luther, E. J. Master, Dan Meador, Lynne Milliken, Joyce Myrick, Sandra Owens, Ruth Paschall, Margie Parker, Yvonne Pilkinton, Sandra Rutledge, Lyvonda Smith, Harold Snider, Jimmy Spencer, Barbara Stimson, Billy Ray Vasek, La Veme Vinson, and Janice Worley. 'Cai' J 1-:gwfffk 200 H Vili ., , ., ,,1i Q 7 l ': fi Q l A Q Melvil Dewey Boosts ational Book Week Meetings of the 30 Melvil Dewey members were centered around discussions concerning ways to help students use the library more effec- tively. Mrs. R. T. Groves advised the members as they proposed to circulate books and make re- pairs on them. To boost National Book Week, they made posters, had charge of the display case, and ad- vertised it over the public address system. One of the highlights for the club was the Teen-Age Library Association Meet held in Fort Worth. Claudette Hill, Ianis Iobe, Nancy I ones, Nancy Rochelle, Pat Watson, and Barbara Wright were the ones attending the meet from Lubbock. Barbara Wright was elected vice- president of the meet. The main .speaker was the writer, Miss Betty Cavanna. Leo McClain, a Melvil Dewey member, is seen checking out a book with the assistance of Becky Barfoot, Claudette Hill, and Nancy Thompson. Oi-licers beginning at the bot- tom and reading clockwise are Nancy jones, president, Mar- garet Myrick, secretary, and Jackie Blair, vice-president. Not pictured is Don Hogue, parlia- mentarian. Members are Pat Abernathy, Becky Bar- foot, Robert Benton, jackie Blair, Oneta Bradley, Nettie Io Clark, Claudette Hill, Rodney Hill, Don Hogue, Sarjim Holcomb, Norma Jackson, Janis Iobe, Nancy Jones, Irma Kendrick, Peggy Kitchen, Richard Leonard, Mary Lovell, Sybil Marion, Leo McClain, Margaret Myrick, Nancy Io Ro- chelle, Betty Shannon, Nancy Thompson, Betsy Watson, Eva Watson, Patsy Ann Wat- son, Frank Williamson, and Barbara Wright. CAD Better Prepares Leaders for Tomorrow With the purpose of furthering their knowl- edge of the world affairs, the 27 members of Cussin, and Disoussin' Debate Club met on alter- nate Thursdays, with Mr. I. W. Reid sponsoring them. CAD prepares its members to be better leaders of tomorrow. It also gives a student the oppor- tunity to learn and respect the opinion of others, broadens his vocabulary and speaking ability, and often gives him the courage to think and reason for himself. Organized during the 1953-54 school term, the highlight of the year for the club was their Christmas party. Members are Alton Abbott, Craig Austin, Virginia Bray, James Bone, Bobby Brown, Glenna Chase, Cornelia Childs, Donna Couk, Jack Cox, Jimmy Farmer, Fleur Fuller, Charlene George, Arden Gifford, Barbara Hicks, Sarjim Holcomb, janet Jones, Hedy Mc- Govem, Phillip Paschall, Margaret Rankin, Tommy Reagor, Beverly Shoemaker, Willis Taylor, jim Van Cundy, Dorothy Vasek, Gwen WVilson, and Joyce Zeh. Founder and sponsor of the two-year-old CAD club, Mr. I. W. Reid does much to further interest in debating. In addition to sponsoring this group, Mr. Reid is co-ordin- ator of safety, book custodian, and teacher of driver train- ing. Planning for their clubis future, officers of CAD are preparing the financial budget for the forth- coming year. Going over the club's needs are Janet Iones, treasurer, Sarjim Holcomb, secre- tary, Willis Taylor, president, and Bobby Brown, vice-president. Jr. Red Cross Sponsors Annual Drive For Funds 202 Under the leadership of Miss Nell Marie Wiley and Miss Glenys Honey, the members of the Iunior Red Cross sponsored the annual junior Red Cross Drive during the week of November 4-8. This club serves as an auxiliary to the American Red Cross. At Christmas the mem- bers gave presents and a tree to the residents of the County Home for the Old. One of the clubjs socials was to wrap presents for the soldiers at the Beaumont General Hospital. Taking food and packages to the residents of the County Home for the Old gave junior Red Cross members an opportunity to brighten Christmas by doing for others. Bearing such Yuletide gifts are Ann Cordon and Iames Eby. Even as millions pin their hopes on the American Red Cross, Billie Osborn pins a Red Cross button on Gene Glazner. In the annual Red Cross drive, this club sold approximately S130 Worth of these buttons. Otlicers are, clockwise, Karen Key, presi- dent, Marlene Porr, vice-president, jane Stra- ter, secretary, and Billie Osborn, not pictured, reporter. Members are Kaye Aker, S. C. Amett, Barbara Barkley, Ann Bell, Kenneth Blackford, David Edwards, Dorothy Edwards, Gene Clazner, Ann Gordon, Janet Habberger, Karen, Key, Danelle Kuhn, Barbara Lakey, Orwinelle Lambert, james Mead, Billie Osborn, Patsy Painter, Marlene Port, Jane Strater, and Betty Strickland. Print Contests At Head f Camera Club Projects Print and Szidg Cgntgst-S and the Gyand Salon, The members are Billy Blann, Charlotte Brock, Allan . , , Buck, Tc-cl Carter, Bill Cline, james Collier, Dtlllrllll the mam contest of the year, headed the actwl- Wayne Denlim, cllulck Dwn, Jlllgesdnllw l?ill C310- ' ' ' ' z , Ha t -l Ha it 1, ll ne nr in, olnny ur- tzes in the Camera Clique during Izvrgyc, lxolll-at Htlllllmlfllilf RayyHcwett, Dennis Hicks, The Club was Orggniged in t0 gnggufgog Donald Hightower, jack .Horny Wally Jackson, Karen . . C' Kerr, Richard Llghtholder, Brit Myers, Gary Philips, mt-erest and farther knowledge zn photography Jimmy Pollard, 1. D. small-fs, Lilburn Smith, David and to view and enjoy the work of others. Xlffyllffgfd, ,2Q'l'fQ?l,uX'QW"' Mm Wilkmon' David Mrs. H. R. Keeton, sponsor, and the 30 mem- bers met MWF Thursdays. The OHPICGFS of the Camera Clique Club dur- ing this year starting at the top and going clockwise are Thomas Rogers, president, Carroll Caddell, vice-presidentg Billy Vasek, secretary. Wayne Hardin, Karen Kerr, Donald Denton, and Mary ,nj Wilkerson are shown in a typical scene-developing pic- 44 tures. ' q " ' I Q K 'i?5l?i'Z Thalian Theatre Gives Thanksgiving Assembl Organized this year, Thalian Theatre is de- signed for a study of the art of acting, stage craft, ancl play production. Sponsors are Mrs. Donny Lou Kelsey and Mrs. Catherine T. Hastings. One-act plays, speakers from Lul9bock's Little Theatre, and demonstrations of make-up and stage techniques were keynotes of the club meet- ings. 1 uni , l 3' r . . i leiei It , 7 A 13" ,f r "1 , ' fy rw' Otlicers, starting at the bottom and reading clockwise, are Karen Kerr, president, Nanette Crosby, vice-president, and Marilyn Warren, secretary. Helen Smith, reporter, and Anne Cole, treasurer, are not pictured. "Crandma,s Thanksgiving," a one-act panto- mime, for the Thanksgiving assembly was given by Thalian Theatre with the voices of the West- ernaires providingran appropriate atmosphere of music. Below in a scene from the pantomime are Nan- ette Crosby and Helen Smith, standing, Naomi Robbins, Marshall Chumbley, Jettie Evans, Karolyn Babain, and Clarence Cox, seated. Members are Karolyn Babain, Barbara Barkley, Lynn Benton, Nancy Black, Judy Blank, Charles Blazi, Perry Brockmeyer, Mar- shall Chumbley, Barbara St. Clair, Gwynne Clements, Mary Ann Clifton, Anne Cole, Clarence Cox, Nanette Crosby, Gordon Deering, Sue Douglas, Sharon English, Lonita Gamblin, Gene Glazner, David Greene, Marialys Hankins, Scott Hastings, James Hollars, Kathleen Holliday, Carroll Jackson, Wally Jackson, Martha James, Naomi Johnson, Shelia Jones, Ann Kerr, Karen Kerr, Terry Miller, Sandra McCommas, Pat Perry, Jerry Perryman, Melinda Proctor, Phoebe Proctor, Elaine Rankin, Naomi Robbins, Barbara Schulgen, Kay Sharp, Mary Ann Sharp, Winn Sue Sherrill, Tommy Sirnes, Helen Smith, La Rue Smith, Nancy Smith, Margaret Southall, Kay Stanley, Merle Jean Stasney, Barbara Stevenson, Arden Stone, and Marilyn Warren. What is that? This is a question that these curious biology students might ask their teacher, while studying the organisms in h uarium Shown in the picture are David Walden, t e aq . Horace Griggen, Noel Adams, and Robert Ewing. Terrarium Continued As Biology Club Project Bein Biologists Club, formed in 1951 to sup- 8 plement the classroom study of living things, en- ' l H 'l- rolled 21 members this year. Mrs. C. Ear 1 dreth and Mrs. Hay Culp are Sponsors. Continuation of the desert terrarium project was emphasized chiefly. This required tending to the small animals in the terrarium and search- ing for new specimens. Mr. Bob Mitchell, zoology student at Texas Tech showed a film "The Golden Eagle," in one meeting. Another program featured Dr. H. A. Studhalter presenting pictures of his trip through the Pacific Coast. Members are Noel Adams, Ben Anderson, Royce Bankhead, George Buchanan, Robert Ewing, Mike Farmer, Horace Griffin, Yolanda Ham, johnny Hargrove, Dale Hood, Lester Iden, Don King, Sandra Leslie, Richard Lightholder, Donal Myrick, Kay Patterson, Ierry Perryman, Ioe Rangle, Bill Robinson, Faye Tarle- ton, and David Waldron. V. vntfi I H QIV1 V 1 .r. . it ,tv V. , yg., f Officers of the Being Biologists Club are, start- ing at the bottom and reading clockwise, Jerry Perryman, president, Donal Myrick, vice-president, and Kay Patterson, secretary. 205 3 z . . ., . .,,. - ,, . wr, ,f,! r-sw A .ij My , Vip.. If s f ' ,,: U, f- H .V VV 53 , y,,,f ,. . Q V .V , Q ,,4,, N, Science Club Takes Part in Field Trips Field trips, designed for the study of geology, speeches, and scientiyic demonstra- tions were the principal activities of the Science Club. During one club program, a demonstration was given by Mr. H. G. Whitaker on liquid air. During the second semester, the members took a yield trip to Yellow House Canyon, where a Folsom projectile point had been unearthed last year. They continued their search for these points on their trip and associated these points with animals. This club was organized in 1932 to enable students to participate in scientific experi- ments that classwork does not provide. Looking over a bell jar, vacuum pump, and an electric bell, which is apparatus for proving sound is transmitted by matter, are Mr. W. C. Watts and Mrs. M. F. Landwer, sponsors of the Science Club. With them are two of the 24 members, Joyce Putman and Gaither Hartsfield. Officers, starting at the bottom and reading counter-clockwise, are Dale Hodges, president, DeVelva Bartlett, vice-president, and Sonja Becker, secretary. Manda Ramey, reporter, is not pictured. Members are Caroline Andrews, Io Ann Ayers, DeVelva Bart- lett, Sonja Becker, Betty Bradford, Sue Cravens, Jack Cox, Shan- non Denison, Linda Doss, Frances Ellis, Lonita Gamblin, june Harris, Gaither Hartsfield, Dale Hodges, Carol Kohler, Ted Long, Malvin Mauldin, jerry Perryman, Joe Pillars, Joyce Putman, Melinda Proctor, Manda Ramey, Beverly Shoemaker, LaVeme Vinson, and Laurel Whipp. Trips, Experiments Featured in T T Scientiyic experiments, held trips, and outside scqeczkers were featured in the Telling New Truths u . Organized to discuss facts and ideas related to science which are not covered in class, TNT is open to students, with at least a "C" grade average, who are currently taking or have had chemistry. Under the sponsorship of Mr. I. C. Richardson, thi 531 members met MWF Thursdays after sc oo . Allen Jones, Martin Benson, and Sue Moore are looking with interest at the display set up by the TNT club in the display case, In the case, the apparatus shows fractional distillation which is the separation of two or more liquids with widely different boiling points. Also, around the Walls are various charts used in the study of chemistry. Members are Marvin Armstrong, Royce Bankhead, Martin Benson, David Brady, Bobby Brown, Barry Buchanan, Bill Cline, Robert Iohnson, Allen Jones, Ierry jones, Malvin Mauldin, Sue Moore, Jimmy Ratliff, Bill Riddle, Winston Rumsey, Tommy Shamburger, Bill Sparks, Hulon White, David Willeford, Peggy Williams, Gerald Woolam, and Ronald Wossum. Otlicers are, starting at top and reading clock- wise, Io Marie Boothe, secretary, Wayne Culp, president, and Douglas Hutton, vice-president. T?" A - X241 I 5 FHHW 5 I V , W Wm i Billy Hewett is explaining how to strike the arcs in the big arc projector in the auditorium to Iohnl'Dunn, Patsy Trull, and Harry Van Horn. Radio Club Organized This Year T 0 increase interest in ama- teur radio and to learn correct operating procedures in emer- gency communications were the uppermost goals of the 30 mem- bers of Senior Amateur Radio Club. Anyone interested in radio was eligible for associate member- ship, but only those with an ama- teur radio license could be full members. Members are jack Boothe, David Brady, Dean Breedlove, Jerry Church, Terry Church, Clarence Cox, Tommy Cox, Lowell Cross, Don Daniel, Jimmy Dorsey, Jack Gibbs, Richard Holmes, Doug Hutton, jerry jones, Bobby Lemon, Bill Myers, Donal Myrick, Burton Hail, Reggie Nar- mour, Bobby Peeples, Bill Rainey, Norman Reynolds, Gerald Roke, jimmy Seay, Lilbum Smith, Eugene Stalnaker, Harry Stasney, Han-y Stoneham, Charles E. Wilson, and Paul Zimmerman. Proj ectionists Promote Use f Visual Aids Hoping to promote better use of audio-visual material and service equipment in Lubbock High School, 30 interested stu- dents kept the Projectionists Club functioning effectively. Under the sponsorship of Mr. Robert E. Knight, the members participated in intramural bas- ketball for recreation. Members are Jerry Arrington, Peggy Atkinson, Mike Briggs, Ronnie Brown, Evelyn Courtney, John Dunn, James C-age, Tony C-odsey, Ronnie Gore, Kenneth Harris, Ioe Harrison, Billy Hewett, Jimmy Hucka- hee, Stuart Hudnall, John Jennings, Buddy Kennedy, Dick Millsap, Darmon Mitchell, Don O'Hair, Jerry Perryman, Gary Pilkinton, jim Posey, Perry Brockmyer, jimmy Pruitt, R. C. Shaw, Mike Shipman, Darrell Sum- mers, Patsy Trull, Harry Van Horn, and David Waldon. 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V- ,VVI I ,,iIIIIv -5 H.,3,I,j,II I-IIIV I3 ,.,-,- If III, IIIJ, II,,E V,If,,,I7 k.,- ,I II I' I ,, j, IWI1 IIJZIIIII ,, QI' .II IV .' I, , , :j7Ig,j,pI.IhII II f A-IIIII gy 4- :IMI 3.5 VI. .IzeI,-,I ' -III.fIII If .., I',:12I,:EITL:Ii7jII" IIIIIIIQII 7 fII'WI?2'Q,,IIII?Z1:Zf?4 I I :Y II . ,uf ' 'jj I III II , 4 3, W 2124 Mr. Eck Curtis Assumes Duties As Director of Athletics, Mr. W. H. Avinger. Is Business Manager of LHS Sports The opening of Monterey, a second high school in Lubbock, presents the problem of reorganizing the athletic departmentg consequently, in the course of the 1954-1955 academic year three men were added to the ofices. r , L A Early last January, Mr.tEck Curtis K above centerj was selected as director of athletics for Lubbock Public Schools, the job previously held by head coach Pat Farris of the Westerners. C seeing interviewed by Steve Noble C above leftj .sports editor of the WESTEBNER WORLD, is Mr. Curtis. Although he will do no active coaching, the director of athletics holds autlwrity over the athletics division similar to that which the assistant superintendent of schools, Dr. Ishmael Hill, holds over, the academic division. ' veteran of 30 years of coaching, Mr. Curtis coached at Hanger and later at Breckenridge, where seven of his ten teams were district champions. His HighlandPark of Dallas eleven tied with Waco for the State title. As University of Texas backfield coach, Mr. Curtis and the stag piloted the Long- horns to four bowl invitations. i . "Some of the best boys I've ever worked with at Texas University have been former Lubbock Hi h playersf' Mr. Curtis stated. "johnny Tatum., Charhe Brewer, Don jones, Tom Cadenhead, Bo Sexton, Dick Lowrey, Bill Hallmark, and jim Welch are all former Westerners and good boys to coach." He added that very few towns have the consistent good turnout of boys such as Lubbock has. Mr. W. H. Avinger is pictured f above rightj as- suming one of his numerous duties: the seemingly endless task of counting the tickets for high school football clashes in Iones Stadium. Prior to Mr, Avingefs taking over the job of athletics business manager in September 1954, the job was held by Mr. E. I. CPinkyj Lowrey. Less than two weeks after Mr. Curtis assumed his new duties, the school board selected Mr. Bill DuBose as head coach C not picturedj for the new Monterey High School. At his previous job as end coach for Texas University, Coach DuBose turned out two All-Americans. 444, , ex. A X . 1 is I ,, s,,,,, JOE ANTHONY O N . 88, ' ' , ' Tickle, llfsgnllv. , V veg JOEL AUSTIN ,f ,I iff- ,V 4, " V' y ,, 2 fp L M' -v-. V, f -1' ' f W " ,. 'J V" !,' f, ,mf Z ,, A, V1 If -Af - W 'ff ,w 9 6,1 :lf ' , L ji NO. 58, junior, Guard, 175 lb. Westerners Defeat Bulldogs in 34-14 Tilt 4' if fi H G' 5 , -f :f f BRYAN BAXTER No. 37, sophomore, Half:-back, 140 lb, 1,4 ROBERT BENTON No. 43, junior, Fullback, 170 lb. 5 elim sest ' .ff Breaking away from a Plainview taekler, Jimmy Berly C 41 Q completes a 93-yard kickoff return to push the W esterners to a victory Of 34-14 Over the f Plainview Bulldogs. 1. 'ii 4? xg 5 fir sf- X ,x .Y.. , Qsmw Axfixgs'-, :Q W , sv , We x my, A -52,9 L , . 9,1 , .s . ,-w"Q, xixx x S af X, gs :og Wi? , 'X ,Q es 1 QS 1 1 f 1 .Q S l ,.f,.,.,TXKi xffgsoffi ,. M , -sr 1 ,. , , , .cow .W - ,mx X . .X msg 1 -, , 16331 s QQ 1 'Q Q 5 Q a K X X Q9 X Q Ks , , L lx sh, Q. sth :ir M' ' V QA - ,L JIM BERLY '4 No. 41, senior, Halfback, 171 1b. .sw Y- ' -...K xlii. .Q,, f ,A,1.-Q., . .. No. 76, sophomore, ..,.s n . Er' ' X ,S I vw ,Q CLARENCE BROWN No. 78, senior, Tackle, 185 lb. DEWEY BRYANT No. 44, junior, Halfback, 140 lb. Tackle, 180 lb. V 3 X X Cowpsokes Roll Over 1 'Bl WA O Woodrow W1lson 46- , , Racking up their second straight , ,yy ,QL 0 win of the season, the Westerners L f romped past Woodrow Wilson 46-7. C 1 sfloi DON H0809 1 401 gallons 89-90755 190575 ff' , , 37 5, ,,.,, ,,.,, .,.,,,.., 9411 59 lf- 4 ,111, 5 would-be tacklers to score the fifth pi .,...-,,,1. of the galme' , , ,' '.,, 1 - ,, ze ' ' W f 1' , --.,,,,, .,, '.v'i41'5i' W uf'-' 47-mf-4 .-f-fm: 11- -. W fvafwsffg ,ga 1 gf if ' nf ff W 1 w ' - -'-59.-,g1p,g. Ai,k:l,. I V-ft' ,iz-iff 313,156 JJ: 1' 1. I af Sf, f I ig! . -wf rig., . f, A 15 "M 'fb if Lf 1 - 7' ,"f1"lxL1.'ii4??nzb " 'x f , swfw , 7 f :fi fix, ,',.. ','- Z DON CATHEY No. -56, junior Halfback, 150 lb. K3 5 .1-Q V. r, E my ,W yi, 1, 7, ga" '- CHARLES CLARK No. 48, senior, Guard, 165 lb. JOE COX No. 39, junior, Center, 177 Ib. RICHARD COLE No. 67, senior, Guard, 175 lb. Farrismen Stomp Bulldogs For Borger Victory if Jw' 7' End Neil McMullen C862 scored a 29- yard pass play to Don H ogue C 401, When the whistle sounded, the score stood 26f20 with the blocking of Richard Cole and Roy Day shining brightly against the defensive work of Phil Williams, Ioe Cox, and E. I. H oluh V4 IA-sb ii? 2:1 W to . - . Qi R -4 Westerners gy Subdued By San Angelo 13-6 C-EHIRG GARRISON DAVIS FORD No. 33, senior, No. 31, senior, Quarterback, 165 lb. End, 165 lb. Q BOY DAY eo, No. 87, seriior Guard, 1801bl Co-Captain 31 F ullbaclc Robert Ben- ton Sprints down the Held as a San Angelo tackler, obscured by Bentorfs MILTON DANIELS body, closes in for the kill. Coming up from behind No. 52, junior, End, 182 lb. , , for a possible block Ls Iimm Henderson 79 y C 2 likewise Dewey Bryant C 44 Q comes across the field. A7 fa, 'y U 4 , ,W ,Q e, osoa f Westerners Bow to Odessa W l, ss X essesees esee o sese a ' Bronchos 1 9-7 Q f ,ffl 31? 1 J 5' f"',,,, f 1 1 Mg ,: TROY HARBQ151 No. 55, senior, f' Fullback, 200 JERRY HEAD NO. 47, junior, Quarterback, 165 Ib. ,27 ea- ..,, JIMMY HENDERSON , ' X No. 79, senior, My Tackle 196 lb To the surprise of the Lubbock and Odessa fans and more so the Broncho team, fullback Troy Harbor Knot picturedi, took a hand-of from the quarterback, faded ack, and with seemingly effortless power, threw, a long spiral pass in the direction of halfback Dewey Bryant I 441 below. Mywuw .No ROBERT HERRIN 1 No. 49, senior, End, 182 lb. DELMAN HILTON N0 30 junior, End 1651b. Ar'x".tp7fE?f Dropping their first conference tilt to Odessa, this touchdown resulted as the Westernefs only score in the 19-7 aerial battle. Jim Berly, senior, halfback who was taken to the hospital during the third quarter, did not participate -in the next two games. Charles Clark played a "heads upv defensive game and managed to stop the Odessa charge in the nick of time more than once. Richard Cole showed hne spirit along with Howard Tucker, who replaced in-jared Jimmy Hender- son. NT E. I HOLUB No. 59 sophomore 1701b. End 1901b ,ff-x,,f X f W t I E K , JERRY MCLAUCHLINT Q- 1 f No, 71, sophdmoregf 'V l t - l W JIMMY MCLAUGHLIN TaCk1e11901b' le t1a 1 A No. 50 senior l GARY KETRON 4 . l , l' e t l t I No 36 yumor, Cent? bv V V ' :V f V f P. fi NEIL MCMULLEN I ' E No. 86, senliorg t a ' End, 165 I L I I Co4Captain l t f t t 9 V ,,,- M, Nervous S1lence Marks Long Pre-game Walt Pre-game taping and the long wait before the kick-of is the typical scene in the locker room. Some of the boys watt with eager an- tieipationg some with prayerg but all wait with a nervous silence. Dgyllwljiedlgb, lin letter iacketj injured and unable to suit out, stares at the Q-jr. t t WWW? g,, 9 4 ' ' lil!" E 3-L ,f Q "',, It VL tw., f f "Q, o 2 o 1 s QW. .1 W f M ' ' . . 1 " " , ' 'Nr f' r' - ,sua-' 'M' ' .5 - ' , , 4 - g s-.- .,-1. V ,, Q ' , f s Y , - -' 1 - '. ,- , , . , ., -' ' 'AJ H, ,Q . M '53 1 s--V' 7" vs 1, 1 o -1 i!f"""""'l Fl ,, , iuldiflf ' V , ' f , 4, x ' -- ,,., - f Z gr I o 1 ,1 is if "f i J i f qw, ' CY nf x f v Q S G Pl L I I Q . 'Q so -c i. "' - N f , N.:-.,, ,- NMA A V .YV A S 'gig' , A fm ,fy is " . sg vi f f f . . V 1 1 fs J , , Ns' A o N 4 , f :.. - . 1 , W 'c X -. 1 . . , , , , sl i M 612 W4 , Q, X b t I 1 W4 Yi ,I s. .W K u ,4 5 1. so Wi g Y? -4. 5" 'KJ ' UQ 1 -f N ...,.f, . ., . . ., imqgv x . V Q b - , , -H+ s s Q.. to , M K iii-V' ' VV ' I . - 44, -fm. f ..,.,..,,,-Qmmav-N V-s , """'a a , V, Q--M , MM,,,,.,,n -, Homecoming Battles Swept By Sandies, 14 7 I " by CHARLES MOORE No. 66, sophomore, ' Fullback, 160 lb. BOBBY PULK No. 45, junior, Halfback, 145 Ib. JIMMIE SNIDE No, 51, sophomore, Center, 155 lb. DON SUMNAR No. 70, sophomore, Guard, 160 lb, f R X f V i Lf? Y 'r kt" ' ' if F ' , ' K- "" I We K I Y' P K .L , IJ. . f- ae iwf? , .R-.....,,,.,,,,,,, ENV A , K V. ., , V .253 Q. PM U sf - Q3 , r in ., V, , , J '- , :fl Q ,."'7 h gn? 451 My 'ff A K 5 x I , 4,5 2 c j , as M ifwff Q X A 1 X lib-'X . f , , "-. 5 . l ,H off' L. K I , X .4 . '. ' 1 Coming in from the North, a determined Golden Sand- storm swept over the Westerners 14 to 7 here for the annual Turkey-Day battle. From page 219-220 we see a series in which E. I. H olub C592 gains yardage for the Westerner team. Charles Clarlc played an outstanding game from his usual line- backer position. Fullbaclc Robert Benton scored in the first stanza to pat the Lubbock boys ahead 7 to 05 however, the Sandies came back with a sharp defense and smooth offense to score in the second and final periods. lf! W7 A ' 4 Qi fit, 1 ffm, CALVIN WARREN No. 65, sophomore, g Quarterback, 160 lb. HOWARD TUCKER lhh No. 62, junior, ' Tackle, 180 lb. , ct' ",-,V fb k , .,'-,f' .fr DAVID WEBB N64 42, juniorQ , Guards l172'1b . ' pr b TOMMY WEIR No, 60, senior, l Cehterg 185'Ib.' -r - h N' ' VI! Nia' J., , :-f:'+"""r-'- I, L B . fy 5' MIKE WOFFORD A Q ual' er ac ', . ,' by go' ?24'5eni0ri651b nb a Egfr, ,NFA iw, ,.,' 1'-I my ' fy? PHIL XVILLIAMS No. 80, senior, Tackle, 205 lb. Football Managers Have Varied Duties Raging 10 fha coaches' call are the boys who seldom make ike spotlight, fhe vzzrlmlagers, Bill Lowrimore, jackie AfifU18, ' f im Ray f'KinfcyQ 'vVilZiams. Although the fam usually picfure Ii ' the 1nanager as the well-known "water-boyv, who trots on the field during timevouts, the manager has a full' and absorbing , sclzaedule of work. 4 -. -PX if ' il' e a 1 .e,e 1 .ff 'si aa Cowhands Support ' 1 5 W1ns and 3 Losses Members ,of the Cowhand football team are front row, Perry White, Darrell Lindsey, Earnest McCown, Norville johnson, joe McQueary, Torn Roberts, Ferd Wise, Second row, Bill McCauley, Archie Allen, Orville Nelson, Royce Newsom, Glen Woody, Craig Halbert, Darolcl Hobhsg third row, Don,Lowrimore, jerry Ricker, Fred Williams, Fred Baker, jack Rodiers, Elton Mayfield, A. J. Lemmondg back row, Terry Brady, Mi e McDonald, james Brewer, 1. M. Hill, jimmy Haynie, james Tompson, Prentiss Headrick. In addition to their assignments as teachers of boys' physical educa- tion Coaches Clarence Tillery and Don Gray share the responsibility of chaching the Cowhands and also scout for the Westerners. Season's Summary Cowhands Sweetwater Cowhands Odessa Cowhands Amarillo Cowhands Midland Cowhands Odessa Cowhands Amarillo Cowhands Midland Cowhands Sweetwater Pioneers Turn In 3 Wins and 4 Losses Members of the Pioneer squad are front row, Steve WVitcher. Curtis johnson, Cameron Cunningham, Rodge Millziirn, Phil Sanders, Toby MeClendon, Bobby Stewart Mike Stevens, Bud Aldridge, second row, Ronnie McClellan, joe Henderson, Kenneth Cole, johnny Hughes, Don Dumas, Don Creig, Billy Alexander, Bobh Rodgers, third row Mike Ratlifl, Roy McDaniel, Ruben Ortiz, Clint Castleherry, joe Rangle, George Smith, Delwin Renfro, Dale Stanley, back row, Mike Boydston, Eugene Holt, Charles Blazi, Frank Carrillo, Reed Loflin, Zack Tannery, Don Fritz, Byron Hester. These busy Pioneer coaches have a regular classroom schedule also. Mr. Ted Simon teaches individual P. E., health classes, and keeps the boys' study hall. Mr. Vemard Alexander is the world history teacher, and has regular P. E. classes. Seasons Summary Pioneers 40 Thompson jr. Hi 10 Pioneers 46 Thompson Ir. Hi 16 , Pioneers 25 Hobbs "B" 40 Pioneers 31 Andrews "B" 46 1 Pioneers 41 Shallowater "B" 35 Pioneers 39 Whiteface "B" 44 . Pioneers 30 Littlefield "Bn 37, V Tournament Play Highlights Season The Lubbock High School basketball squad closed out the 1955 season with a record of 16 wins and 10 losses. Wade Wolfe scored a record breaking 448 points for 26 games to set a new record for LHS. Next in line with points in the 200' s for the season were Carroll Stephens, 281, Chuck Key, 280, and Morris Scales, 216. Larry Merriman scored 169. In the double column were Monte Haste, 81, Wendell Hester, 89, Preston Davis, 23, Butch Lawrence, 16, and Gene Pinson, 12. Ierrell Snodgrass totaled 9 points. During the season the Westerners, in the 10 games lost, yielded their opponents only 52 points, an average of 5 points per game. One game was lost in the last 35 seconds, one in the last 4 seconds, in the last 2 seconds, and one, in a double overtime. Winning 9 straight, they were stopped by Pampa, the past winner of two state championships. Hav- ing several bad breaks during the rest of the season, the Westerner cagers had a seven-game losing streak, to be broken by the last game, a win over Borger by I2 points. In the first ame of the season the Westerners were handed their first defeat, 59 to 48, by Sudan. The Western.ers then went to the Borger Cage T our- nament, where they lost to Borger 67 to 65 to take Loaded down with trophies are Chuck Key and Wade Wolfe, co-captains of the 1955 cage squad. These trophies were won at the Borger Tournament, second place. Stepping into the winning column, the Lubbock boys stomped Hobbs 59 to 46, then they racked up a 61 to 53 win against Andrews. The hrst defeat in the southern loop came from Abilene, 65 to 53. In the Plainview Tournament the Westerners won second place. Andrews once again tried to pass the Westerners in points but lost by 65 to 45. The cagers lashed Odessa 69 to 53. Tour- nament play at the Odessa Invitational Tournament found the Westerners taking first place. Abilene fell short to the Westerners in a 63 to 45 clash. Lubbock Hi h again proved to be stronger than an southern loop team with a 60 to 49 win over Odkzssa. To revenge the second place win in the Plainview Tourne , Lubbock won in a match with Plainview 66 to A . An invasion from the north found the Westerners losing a thriller to Pampa 52 to 51. In a double overtime game, Sudan came out on top 64 to 62. Borger outhustled Lubbock, winning 65 to 56. The Westerners fell to Amarillo 54 to 46 in the third northern loop contest. Revenge turned from Plainview to Lubbock when they mastered Lubbock 71 to 60. The Sandies, free throws caused a close 61 to 60 loss to Arnarillol Pampa again outscored the Westerners 80 to 75. But in the last game of the season, the Westerner cagers conquered Borger 82 to 70. . Odessa Invitational Tournament, and Plainview Tournament. Both Chuck and Wade were selected for all-tournament teams in Plainview and Odessa. u Coach Cook Leads Boys To Be Good Team Members As one of the youngest coaches ever to perform duties at Lubbock High School, and possibly in the State of Texas, David Cook has set a fine record for himself. In 1951 he produced a state championship team. Also, he led a team to a tie for district championship in 1950. A number of Coach Cook's cagers have become successful col- lege stars. A few of these are Carl Ince, Texas Tech, Gerry Thomas and Dennis Atkins, Hice Institute, and Dale Ball, 1954 graduate, is one of the leading scorers for the freshmen squad this year at Rice. r V Coach "Dave" was also a graduate from Rice and came to LHS in 1949. For two seasons he coached the baseball team, but was relieved of this re onsibility of two major sports by Coach T im Tldjery. Coach carries on regular P.E. classes as a faculty member. His main interest, how- ever, is basketball and making boys into good team members. A 1 e,,r, . if Each year the basketball team must have someone to do their "dirty work." This duty falls on the managers. Both Richard Estes and Dick Scales have served previous years as managers for LHS teamsg Though their main fob is to take care of the equipment, they serve as an added spirit to the other team members. W, Members of the 1955 Cagers are, first row, Preston Davis, Ierrell Snodgrass, Larry Merriman, and Dick Scales - Butch Lawrence, Morris Scales, and Wendell Hesterg manager, back row, Chuck Key, Wade Wolfe, Gene Pin- A second row, Richard Estes - manager, Carroll Stephens, son, and Monte Hasie. , Westerners Take 16 Wins, Drop 10 of Regular Season A We 48 2nd 59 51 65 2nd 65 59 lst 63 OPPONENT They Sudan Borger Tourney Hobbs Andrews Abilene Plainview Tourney Andrews Odessa Odessa Tourney Abilene CHTONENT ' Arms Odessa A A A f Plainview A A58 'sf N 5 g Q as as A H B . Da P-1 E 08 n-U 2 E 93 UQ ,G n-1. C s D ws. G P1 as D-dy-4. P-dh! 99 s 5' fb 5 5 l j,3323223S 1211 ,'les, 1 is-Q r,., l i as ...Q CHUCK KEY No. 44, 6' S" Senior, Co-captain All-toumament Team -- Plainview L All-tournament Team - Odessa wi xv, 75, F' ' ' f , , iw, F i CARROLL STEPHENS No. 53, 6' 2" X . 533 WADE VVOLFE No. 54, 6' 6" Senior, Co-captain All-tournament Team - Plainview All-tournament Team -0 Odessa Iunior LABQQY QQEQQIMAN MORRIS SCALES 'lsengor No. fn, 6' 0" Senior 1.-swf" fc " gf'- fl 'Y if 5 ' iz' ww, , V- , ,, ,.. ,. ., , ,.,.. ,. ,W ' ' 2 f im + 1 -1 1. -2 o,.,,,..v ,,14.EH h ,L ,V , . QQ M, GENE PIN SON No. 50, 6' 7" Junior PRESTON DAVIS No. 45, 5' 11" Junior BUTCH LAWRENCE WENDELL HESTER Nu, 40, 5' 6" No. 42, 5' 10" Senior Senior MONTE HASIE 1 No. 51, 6' 3" L Senior IERRELL SNGDGRASS No. 48, 6' 0" i Senior 1 L 'Mifd' A SEQ Westerners Take Odessa Tournament Lose To Amarillo In the top picture we see big Monte Haste, driving hard between two Kermit defenders for a pair of points in the Kermit game during the Odessa Invitational Bas- ketball Tournament. The Westerners went on to cop a first place in the tourney, de- feating Kermit 68 to 37, San Angelo 45 to 44, and Borger 71 to 55. Each individual team member received a gold basketball, and the team won a large gold trophy for the school trophy case. Chuck Key and Wade Wolfe were both named to the All- Tournament Team. In the bottom right picture, Wendell Hester CNO. 422 jumps high in the air as he e ares to la the basketball throu h pf P U g the strands of the basket with a one-hand push shot against the Amarillo Sandies. The Sandies came out on top of the clash with a 54 to 46 victory in a hard fought battle. Wade Wolfe led the scoring with 15 points, with Carroll Stephens close be- hind with 14 pointsg Morris Scales, 6g Wen- dell Hester 4' Lar Merriman 3- and 7 7 ry 7 7 Chuck Key and Monte Haste tied with 2. F ' igfg 1 I 4 Q gllv 4 4 54 Vw' ww A4 X A yg ,i 1, ,V Cowhands Rack Up 14 Victories To the left is pictured Coach Max T. O'Banion, popular and able coach of the Cowhand basket- ball squad. This is his second year at LHS. Aside from his coaching duties, Coach O'Branion teaches first year algebra, PE classes and keeps a studyhall. Before and after the season, he aids Coach David Cook with the Westerner basket- ball squad. Turning in a 57+ average points per game, the Cowhands allowed their opponents a 48+ average. They won 14 games and lost 8. Left to right on the first row are Dale Glaze, Ed Watson, Cotton Sumner, Scott Mack, and Rex Vardernan. On the back row are I ohn james, Don Eldmen, Iames Wiley and Milton Daniel, co-captains, and Kenneth Williams. The mana- gers are Max Hood, Kenneth Blackford, and Bobby Carroll. W-ile led the scoring with a 13-point average, Willlams and Daniel were next with 8 points each, and Sumner had 6. 1-it ' wm Pioneers Take 10 Wins During Season Coach Ted Simon steered the Pioneers through 10 wins and 7 losses this season. This is Mr. Simorfs third year at LHS. He also teaches regular PE classes, health, individual PE, and keeps the studyhall. The team average this year was 37.1 per game, with 682 total points. The opponents had a 36.6 average with a total 623 points. Van Horn scored the highest number of points this season for the team with 182, Shipman was next with 94, Cherry had 82, Guthrie, 29, Daniels, 20, Patty, 19, Tay- lor, 14, and Milburn, 11. Members of the team, first row, left to right, are Kenneth Taylor, Blair Cherry, captain, and Randel Patty. On the back row are Horace Guthrie, Gary Daniel, Harry Van Horn, and Mike Shipman. Not pictured is Roger Milburn. 1954 Baseball Squad 1955 Season Sparked A look at District 1-AA in 1954 shows the Westerner baseball team finishing on top, but losing out in bi-district pla oils at El Paso. For the first time since 1947 the team beat Amarillb in a 3 to 2 battle. The Westerners were scheduled to repeat as champs this year with ten retuming lettermen. Coaches Clarence "Tim" Tillery and joe King started their boys oil with three victories over San Angelo in Lubbock and three losses in San Angelo. District play was set to, begin following three games with Midland, about the first week in Apri . After the first six games, statistics showed Bill Dean leading hitters with a .529 batting average. Kenneth Smith was next with .5005 Dave Allen, .3895 Morris Scales, 838, and Don Hogue, 304. A hit of history from last year found Allen leading the team with 368. Two- year returning letter winners were all-district Allen, Charles Law- rence, C-ehrig Garrison, and Glenn Higginbotham. Boys with-one monogram are Don Hogue, Robert Benton, Bob Welch, Dean Fawcett, Bill Dean, and Neil McMullen. Making all-district in 1954 with Allen were pitcher George Nelson, shortstop Don Powers,,and third baseman jimmy joe Stanford. Team members are: front row, left to right, Bobby Smith, senior outfielder, Neil McMullen, senior outfielder, Gehrig Garrison, senior oudielcler and pitcherg Don Hogue, junior shortstop and third baseg Dean Fawcett, senior pitcher, Morris Scales, senior outfielder and second base, Dave Allen, senior Hrst base, third base, shortstop, and co-captain, and Bert VVhite, sophomore pitcher. Second row, Lonnie Johnson, senior manager, Mac Lundy, sophomore second baseg Glenn Higginbotham, senior catcher, Bob Welch, senior second base and itcherg Kenneth Smith, sophomore catcher, and Rob Hill, junior catcher and outhelder. Third row, Robert Benton, junior outfielder, Bill Dean, junior lirst base and outfielder, Monte Hasie, senior first -sw., as 'K Takes First In District With Ten Returning Men base and outlielderg Phil Williams, senior catcher and Brst baseg Charles Lawrence, senior pitcher and co-captaing and Tommy Weir, senior catcher. In the top left frame, McMullen, senior Ieftfielderg Dean, junior rightfielder, Benton, junior eenterlielderg and Garrison, senior center- iielder and pitcher, are pictured. These boys snag all the Hy balls to form the backbone of Westerner defense. The right corner picture shows Hi ginbotham, senior catcher, and Welch, senior second base. Higginbotham has had two years ex- perience behind the plate, while Welch is one of the leading hitters or the local nine. The center frame is Phil Williams defending the sack at iirst base. This is Phil's Hrst year with baseball, but he lettered two years in football. In the bottom slot, Coach joe King, newly added to the coaching stall is observing with satisfaction as shortstop Hogue snares a ground ball. Pausing before practice are co-captains Dave Allen and Charles Lawrence, with Coach Clarence 'Tim' Tillery, Copposite pa ej. Coach Tillery came to Lubbock High from Tulia in 1953. Aier replacing Coach David Cook as head baseball mentor, "Tim" paced his team to a district championship. At the resignation of Coach Fred Brown on March 1, Coach Tillery left his baseball duties to Coach joe Kin while he joined the Westemer football staff. Lonnie "Wally" Johnson, manager of the team, assists the team with his experiences. Coach King has received the team in good shape from the hands of Coach Ti lery. Comingc from Anton, Coach King has played semi-pro baseball. He has Wor ed with Westerners since his last assignment in Lorenzo. Both mentors teach history with Coach King taking Coach Freddie Brown's classes, .-as 1954 Cindermen Ten Lettermen The 1955 track season, with 35 reporting for workout, had 14 returning lettermen and eight returning for track had lettered in other sports. 1954 letterrnen returning were the following: Troy Harber, jerry Hostick, Norman Womack, and Bradford Reeves - dashes, runs, and relays, Wade Wolfe - shot put, discus, broad and high jumps, Milton Daniel - discus, Joe Naylor - pole vault, and Bobby Polk, Bill Nolan., Dave Hand - 880 distance run. Of the six lettermen not returning, Bradford Reeves and Jim Berly had knee operations, and Robert Herring and Neil Mc- Mullen are playing baseball, although Neil plans to run the low hurdles in the district competition. Milton Daniel, the discus thrower, dicln't report, and Bill Cook, the only miler, quit because of breathing trouble. Boys who came out for track this year are pictured above: bottom row, Don Cathey, A. J. Lemnwnd, Dewey Bryant, Ken- neth Kaplan, Zack Tannery, Doyle Ewing, Reggie Alexander, Dale Stanley, Norman Womack, Joe Naylor, Bobby Polk, Ernest McCown, middle row, Bobby Hagood, David Hand, Bill Nolan, .Lamar Strandmann, 1. M. Hill, Royce Newsom, Billy Gibson, Shannon Denison, Gordon Deerin , Charles M oore, top row, lar Woods, Perry White, Kenneth Biwkford, Billy Wienke CMgr.i Robert Harper, Troy Harber, Wade Wolfe, Gary Daniels, Ca vin Warren, Jimmy Snyder, jerry Hostick, and Bryan Baxter. Continuing as Westerner track coaches for 1955 season are mentors Don Gray and Bill Oglesby. XVade Wolfe, 6'5!i" senior, is shown putting a sliot during spring track training. Robert Harper, and Kinky YVillrhms, juniors, loo on. Wade lettered in his sophomore year and junior year. Z' is J I' I , l l if V,, : , 3 it , , 1 n all """' gn' 9 A Af, 4l 1 . r 1 ' 1 ,stii n if ' ,2 fiy,'Q f A 21 , y .. Take Districtg In '55 Squad The 1954 trackmen copped the hrs! win for the Westerners when they took first place in the Canyon Relays at Snyder. They then won the District 2AA hrst place title in the district meet held in Odessa. This was the hrst district win for the Westerner cinder- men since 1949. In the Interscholastic.-League meets last year they won third place in the Region I meet. In the State Meet, Jerry Davis won first place in the pole vault, while Lyle Harger. and Troy Harber failed to place. Two 1954 trackmen set three new records last year. Troy Ilarher took the Big Spring record by running the 100-yard dash in 9.8 seconds. Jerry Davis also broke a Big Spring pole vault record with5L12'9" vault. He also broke the Region I record with Il 12'l" eau t. , On this page we see Elton M ayfield, sophomore, as he completes a .successful high 'urnp. Six of his teammates look on. In the middle picture Bohby Haygood, senior cindernian, works out on the hurdles at Chapman Field during the 1955 spring training. Bottom right is Dewey Bryant reaching hard for the low hurdles, hoping to be able to compete for high stakes in district competi- tion. Although six of the 14 returnees are not out this year, the team is in better physical shape than it was last year. Troy H arber, one of the fastest boys in Texas at the present time, will be running the 100-, 200-, and 440-yard clash, the 440 relay, and the mile relay. Hecentl Troy ran a quarter mile in 51.9 seconds, missing the state high school record by three seconds. Other boys coming up to watch are Zack Tannery, mile relay, and quarter mileg Bobby Haygood, high hurdles, Elton Mayfield, high fum g Shannon Denison, 880-yard dash, Perry White, pole vault and hourdlesg and Robert Harper, shot put. VV HfAhmgavWy,f,,yff,,f-.r,. -, -- f . te- I 3 ir, 1 1 ',V K X 5 I f .,',,2'iQ" e"'Jz.f'z V fi. . , .yt , g- -' f-.-,in ,", ,fe f,-1 5 ' 5 V V- gp. a2f2a,Z4f2'.:'fi:i:5f::-f'f'LSAIL: 5 V. exif' ' "'. ' 11, ' ' Track Team Features Relay Runners, Dashes Seen ready for the sprinter starter is Bobby Polk, junior. Also looking on are several team- mates. In the top right hand picture we see foe Naylor, senior, jumping high for an LHS tally. In the middle picture, David Hand, Shannon Den- nison, and Bill Noland, seniors, are training for the various running events. In the lower left pie- ture on the ,55 relay team are ferry Hostick, sen- ior, Norman Womack, junior, Zack Tannery, soph- omore, and Troy Harber, senior, the 1955 relay team. Others to be watched during the season were Perry White, pole vault and hurdles, and Robert Harper, at the shot put. 1955 Track Schedule q March 5 Twin Trails Amarillo March 12 Canyon Reef Relays Snyder March 18-19 Southwest Rec- reational Meet Fort Worth March 25-26 West Texas Relays Odessa April 2 Open April 8 District Meet Odessa April 16 Open April 23 Regional Meet Lubbock May 5, 6, 7 State Meet Austin -'Y-i Westerner Golf Team Shows Improvement This season the boys in the Westerner golf team have played continuous matches since September. The team has won a majority of its matches, defeating the state champion Amarillo Sandies for the first time in several years. With strong dust storms and cold weather hindering the scores of the players, they have defeated all district opponents several times. The season was concluded at the Southwestern Exposition in F t. VVorth, the West Texas Relays and District Meet at Odessa, and Regional Meet in Lubbock. Last year's team was defeated in a playoj with Big Spring for second place in the District Meet. Donald was district Medalist and Ho- bert tied for second honors. Pictured above as they pause before a prac- tice round at the Lubbock Country Club are members of the 1954-,55 Westerner Golf Team and Coach Gene Mitchell. Front row are Bill Holmes, Tommy Wilson, Arthur Miller, and Emory Cassell, seecond row, Robert Rodgers, Donald Brown, Wallace McAfee, Butch Mit- chell, Steve Noble, and Coach Mitchell. Preparing to hit his drive is Donald Brown. Waiting their turn are Emory Cassell, Wallace McAfee, and Steve Noble. All the boys are seniors and Emory is captain of the team. Below, Arthur Miller and Robert Rodgers watch Butch Mitchell blast his ball from a sand- trap. The three golfers are juniors. C ' -- We , x 1 ww -wi him i 41 , fk :jeff ,, ,f y mf wk ,IP A K W 1, , fy, 'f fm 1 " A , 4 nm. -gf-,env-aw W1 f , , ,.M4,gg. ff HY, if ,, 3 3 , . . , ff-' f f w- , .Mfg V756 . f ww pf: f 0 -uw ' X ,ff 7 -iq' 5 3 wx, 2 , 700 G1rls Part1c1pate In PE Program In LHS Lubbock High Schoolls girls' Physical Education Depart- ment, 700 strong, provides all LHS girls with at least two years of supervised sports activity and exercise. Included in the PE program are square dance instruction, hrst aid units, calisthentics, and a number of competitive sports such as bas- ketball and oolleyball. Mrs, W. I. Pittman and Mrs. Truman Hutson, PE teach- ers, have the job of leading LHS girls in their physical educa- tion actioities. Mrs. Pittman and Mrs. Hutson are shown here getting ready for a game of ping pong. r About a week before Lubbock Higlfs annual Bound-up, square dancing is taught in the gym classes. In this square Tony Briggs and Iane Lioernwre are "dipping under' the arch formed by Richard Estes and Helen Smith, while N anette frosby, Billy Wienke, Karen Kerr, and Kenneth Blackford ook on. P Charlene Howard Chosen Cutstanding PE Girl Charlene Howard, junior, was selected outstanding PE girl for 1955. The physical education teachers chose Charlene for this honor in view of her exceptional work in PE. In the fourth period M TT class she was captain of her girls' basket- ball team and outstanding in all sports. In the physical education classes a hrst aid unit is taught annually. In this course the girls are given training to meet any emergency and to care for all types of wounds and many diseases. In addition to practical application, each girl is required to make a hrst aid notebook and take an examination at the close of the unit. Glenna Maxey is shown giving Linda H ufstedler artificial respiration by a new improved method taught for the hrst time this year. Both girls are sophomores. During the study, girls were also given instruction in the making of bandages. Various types were demonstrated and practiced in the gym classes. This picture shows Rosemary H uneke abandagingn Rita Wylie daring their first period M TT PE class. rr A +94 ll , e Third MTTC1ass Wins Basketball Tournament Another sport enjoyed eaoh year by PE girls is volley- ball. This unit is usually covered in the spring. At the close. of the study, a team is chosen from each gym class and a tournament is held. ' Tommye Storey is shown slamming the volley ball into the net, while her teammate, Kay Barley, looks on. On the opposing team, ready to return the ball if it goes over, are, left to right, Sylvia Turner, Charlene Howard, Io Ann Scott, and Martha Bearden. With their faces hidden from the camera, two uniden- tified girls are about to volley a ball over the net to Yvonne Standifer and Gwen Wilson. All girls in both these pictures are from the fourth period PE class. r Every yearin the girls' gym classes, for the purpose of improving each girl' s carriage and wal , a posture course is given. At the close of this unit, a posture queen is elected from the PE classes. "Miss Posture of 1954-'55" was Dorothy Waters. Runners-up were Charlsey Pillars and Melinda Proctor. Pictured to the right is the winning team ofthe intra- mural basketball tournament held in the PE classes. Members of this team from the third period M TT class are, back row, Norma Jackson, Suzanne Ratisseau, La- oada Gollihugh, Gwen Wilson, and Barbara Adkisson, ca tain, front row, Hedy McGovern, Dorothy Waters, Clrdra Eseobar, and Zoe Morris. Individual PE Classes Engage In Indoor Games In the individual physical education classes there is a total of 55 students. They are per- sons who for some reason have been advised by their physicians not to participate in strenuous physwal activity. Most students in individual PE take part in playing ping-pong, checkers, horse shoes, and in hiking. Inadequate space has limited the variety and number of activi- ties which can be offered to those students who meet in two sections, which alternate. Ioe Billy Moore, Allen Deatherage, Don Den- ton, and James Eby test their skill in a game of table tennis during class. Starting from right to left are I udy Sims and Rita Biggs watching as Ioan Barnes and Mickey Wright make their moves in checkers. Coach -J im Burgess Leads Tennis Team Larry Merriman had just finished serving the ball which deter- mined his place on the ladder. At the time this picture was taken, Larry was in first place. Sandra Dudley and Diana Smith worked harmoniously together as the number one girls' doubles team. Although victory was not always theirs, the two girls made a fine showing. Tennis Coach Jimmy Burgess served as a member of the Texas Tech tennis team for two years. This, along with the other factors qualihed Mr. Burgess to coach the LHS tennis team. Although most of the important, matches are played in the late Spring, the team has had quite a few matches. Midland, Plain- orew, Odessa, and San. Angelo are among the places that were challenged by LHS. Don Wells is classified in the "A" singles class, with Larry Merriman and Jerry Hopkins playing "A" doubles. Girls' "A" singles is played by M ary Ann Sharp, Sandra Dudley and Diana Smith enter "A" doubles competition. Members of the team are, front row, Mary Ann Sharp, Diana Smith, Sallie Io LeMond, Ann Armstrong, Bobby Harrison, Mary lane Cashion, and Sandra Dudley, second row, Wesley Hopp, Sarah Lewis, Willene Robnett, Robert Evans, Dannz Scales, and Roy Lee Tannell, back row, jimmy Burgess, Caac Dick Burr, Larry Merriman, Don King, Jerry Don Hopkins, Lewis Marshall, Don Wells, Tommy Price, and George Dawson, manager, and Alton Abbott. 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The Teen-Agers Really Go For Yfofaelfi "If It,s Borden's Its Got To Be Goodv 'i A 271: A 2 NIH -ff... . e.-.x Ixugg.-Im -. -Nqfx fry., ., ga. , I , S3 .15 'fi' 'ein AW' 'H i7wI: 5 .EN ,521 Z4 'EQIP ff 'Ea 5 eugh QQ' gin.-II-'rr' Yi f - XA o IIIsi.J:WIIIl--' PIL ' , , 6, .- 16, 2 F ,Q-,,.a"m,, .DEQ-g QL-L GB, ' 4f3Q4Ii 569.223, ew, 1 J X ea. Rain-fd' Sfuclia IIIBW TEXAS AVENUE fuidoak, 79,1504 Dial PO 5-6662 or PO 6-2066 Dial SH 4-0817 HACKEL'S ll SIDES PRINTING COMPANY 1006 Bfoudwv 'Zo' Cf' age Your Dependable Printers 1509 34th Street Lubbock, Texas L. D. Casey H. D. Delaney R. Fon Kindel flfafmmn fee E U I LDER E N E I N E E R gina 'lfi Boot and Shoe Repair 3025 34th Dial SH 4-5939 OUR SINCERE GOOD WISHES NCI. Oi'-F I0 LEIDSLEHTEMIINEY C0. 1629 Broadwav Ph, P0 5'-Qf1R'Q TIME gncozpozafscl "A Dependable Motor Freight Service" CUMPLIMENTS General Oflice Lubbock, Texas OF -t-- 1 5 L Norman Vaughan C I T Y T A I L O R S Genuine Dry Cleaning 1507 Ave. Q PO 5-9962 ZEH AUTO REPAIR eq' 04' A11 Work Guaranteed PLUMBING 8' HEATING 802 Texas Ave. Dial PO 2-2701 :QM Gancfdfimmg Contractors and Repai SH 4-2303 4401 Avenu H S I K El S M E LUBBOCK, TEXAS "Where all your friends meet!" Phone SH 4-9092 4415 Ave. H ye? BEST WISHES X. eff? 2 X Q 9 fa f-1 Graduates And Students X MSX FROM ' I 45 The Mightiest Voice - ON .Hwy 1 The South Plains I . ' Q- Wtl KF YC - 790 Lubbock, Texas 257 x X K ROEBUCK AND CO, sums X 1 X Westerners ' Class of 1955 ok-:q,,.. -. V - ' -"" f vs:5:f:.1.., -- V - ,Q-'FQIC-I' 'jig' "'jQIf-If.. ' 552 .. , I. . "' 'f "" E AR g I i 'fag Q 5:g,g2,:.:55: 5,-Q.. ti-:3fEr5's::--:':' M' : ,I I' : N 5552525521 we 1:11 -- 'ffi'5'3f:5ffff55'5fff:f:"'' .,, 253 vi , I 'E ff -H W- . 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F a ---, nw N s ,,, I -'hK':":" ' 'V I-" . if Q f .ll A 44'Q:J:1-:- 'QE "- f-. 1k I-at - Q - if nfl ,uf V' :YQ ' "" "" ' - f ' ' "A' ft ' A '- ' V 2x':f1f2N1f19f"ig'LX"5 753 ' E- . , E .miie ' .- I 1 20 May your every endeavor be a success in the coming years... Again, most hearty "Congratulations" Class of 1955 ...from your modern, complete shopping center in Lubbock SEARS RUEBUCK and 00. 1625 13th STREET MR L YD D NSDN j r' iff ' ' flmgmlf 7' '. Y? ,J QUICKSALL-PRY011 COMPANY AUTDMCJEILE SUPPLIES, PARTS AND EQUIPMENT WHCILESALE IDBBUULTEXAS 94s-4a 'rExAs Ava '7 A fi 0 Barbecue U Hamburgers 0 Complete fountain service V V at the ii? WED ,U , , NlTE-owL 1112 Avenue Q -- Telephone P03-3911 2101 Broadway Dial POZ-9548 LUBBOCK, TE-Xis I i R. RAMPY L. W. RAMPY TEXA ll00Fl GCO. :goofing anal Sgssf dlffsfal Qonfmaafou 1902 AvenueF -:- Phone P05-8577 LUBBOCK, TEXAS 259 FEATURING... FASTEST sskvlcs I- I LOWEST PRICES A s. w R ooT B E E R I 3218 - 34th I DIAL SW9-2575 SENIORS OF THE MUSIC DEPARTMENT Stort now to plon your lite's work MAKE IT MUSIC We will glodly odvise with you obout the mony different opportunities owoiting Aggressive, Modern, Development . . . . Rodio-TV-Teoching PIANOS ORGANS Home of Steinwoy Home of Hommond A I All Models JENKINS MUSIC CQMPANY I3th ond Ave. Q Lubbock, Texos VEAZEY CASH LUMBER CC BRAY'S LADIES' SPORTS WEAR . . Building Materials 2418 Broadway Dial Pos-6244 'VJ-sq GMA and Saw" 260 2802 AVE. H DIAL SH 4-2329 AIR coNnmoNlNG HEATING and coourzs CARRIER -. MATHES ARMSTRONG'S SUPPLY CO. 1402 Ave. Q - Pos-6451 2910 Ave. N Dial PO 5-6734 Dial Po5-94s1 WCJMBLE OLDS WOODY TIRE COMPANY Broadway and Ave' Q ROBINSON CLEANERS Dial P05-9481 LUBBOCK "Makers of Ame1'ica's Finest 16153 College Avenue Tires cmd Tubes" A Lubbock, Texas 5 E I B ERLI N li TIRE 5 PICK UP and Phone P05-9891 QA DELIVERY 261 LUBBOCK ABSTRACT 81 TITLE CO. Robt. S. Rodgers - V. R. Plummer 'glib WEST TEXAS SCHOOL SUPPLY, INC. 1018 Broadway Phone PO 5-7535 2421 MAIN DIAL P0 24096 RUSHING DRUG Drugs - Gifts - Toys - Foods 2810 AVE. H SH 4-7314 Head's Help-Ur-Self Laundry Wet Wash, Fluff Dry, Dyeing 103 East 34th Bt Ave. A Lubbock, Texas T. J. BETTES COMPANY FHA - GI - Conventional Loans Main At Avenue N PO 3-6446 Dial SW 9-0186 WAYNE PUTMAN CONCRETE CONTRACTOR 4607 33rd STREET LUBBOCK, TEXAS Headquarters For ' Photographic Equipment and Supplies ' Commercial Sound Equipment O ouncl-.,CFlz0t0 Audio-Visual Equipment ' Film Rental Library quipment 0. SCHOOLS-COLLEGES-CHURCHES HOSPITALS - INSTITUTIONS - INDUSTRIALS 1012 MAIN sraesr 'PHONE Poms- 3-1997 LUBBOCK, TEXAS fm: 313 College MMEET YOU AT THE HI-D-HOD The Favorite Meeting Spot for LHS Students I I7 Col-lege 709 - 4th VISIT LOGAN'S ACROSS THE STREET FROM THE HIGH SCHOOL LUBBOCK MACHINE 8g SUPPLY I Corp H I NORTI-I AVENUE I-I. LUBBOCK, TEXAS p,0, DRAWER 1589 TRANsPORTs DELIVERY UNITS STORAGE TANKS DOMESTIC TANKS INDUSTRIAL SUPPLIES D. I P02 5261 13, - When you think of Records, ' k I W. M. Hall Produce Company """ 0 -FOR FRYERS AT THEIR sesr - U . V D B LA K E'S TRY PRIDE or THE wssru 1212 AVENIJEA - DIAL PU 7 D4 F. H., 1943 - 19th sr. LUBBOCK, TEXAS Your Convenient SELF-SERVICE Record Shop BRAY'S CAMPUS CLEANERS 7 MEN2"SvEAR FOOD STORE NO. I . . . II3 North College Ave. YOUR 9-5Il'5'i 5 CLEANERS NO. 2 . . . 34th ond Boston Ave. Open 7 days a week 2416 BROADWAY DIAL P02-4962 From 7 mm. .HI H P.m 264 1304 Broadway Dial PO 3-3795 Faetory Outlet Shoe Store of Lubbock, Texas High Grade Famous Named Shoes at 3056 to 6015 Savings MFGRS. of Soil Conservation Equipment ' Elevating Scrapers Higley Levelan ' Terracers ' Dozers HANCOCK MFG. CU. Amarillo Highway S. H. KRESS 81 CUMPANY Bedford's Prescription Pharmacy FREE DELIVERY FREE PARKING "Meet Mc at Kress" DRIVE IN WINDOW 5c - 10c - 250 H12 Ave. M DIAL PO 5-5591 Lubbock, Texas 1107 Broadway Dial PO 2223 I 5 I! Bwliwn T 1 ' Vw E ey' HIRHITURE W . . for fine Furniture 1407 Avenue Q Lubbock, Texas 5 I ldl UIU 5 Dade CQ 1212 .Qfzozzawny S ERVI N G JUST GDUD FUDD HOURS! 6 A.M. 'TIL B P.M. DAILY READY-TO-WEAR AND SHOES CI-USED 51-INDAYS Dial P03-5902 Dial P05-9521 1962 TEXAS Ave. Luaamcx, TEXAS DEAL'S MACHINE SHOP A M M B. Deal ' uc ine Work I Acetylcne and Electric Welding - Portable Equipm t Men s - Ladies' - Ch1Idren's Wear Lubb k T Ponef 5-9055 2225 19th sr. oc ' ems 2732 TEXAS PHONE SH4-4537 1 s AND H Foon y a YO U R A G STO R E fave? oooooooosoluacc naouolo ouooosou 3116 Amherst Phone P0 3-8881 E- L' BUTLER' DWR 323 Ave. H LUBBOCK, TEXAS P02-5700 2002 Ave. S Phono POr1er 5-71 "The largest news emporium in West Texas" Everything in Magazines, Books, and Hallmark Greeting Cards 2405 - 34th St. Ph. SH4-0827 PIX Book s'roRE AQMQ MUNDR LUBBOCK'S LARGEST WASHERWOMAN BILL COX - OWNER Good Milk Makes . Good Students WW Qualiw Chelcd D ' P d t 266 201 College Ave. G H Y ro u C S PIT- Plqmoufh P12-rj, f In IIIIBINI '51EIfl I ' 3 l' I E K 10thATAVENUEL LLIBBCCIQTEXAE5 fpafcgway Beauty Asflolb EFF CIENT AND CEILIRTEUUE SERVICE - EILIR KEYN TE SPECIALIZE IN Q 4-way hairshaping Q exquisite styling "Health Is Wealth" Phone P05-7203 GRACE HEALTH FCICDS GRACE NIDRRIE DIET FEICID5 - NATURAL VITAMINS RAW VEGETABLE JLIICE5 ELECTRIC IJLIICERS FAYE: HIBESO CENA RICE EH4 1235 HAIR Dnssssns BDD7 41-H 51- 7522 '13TH 57- l-UEIEIUCK, TEXAS I ,,,, I I GILMER AYcocK, MGR. V 651342 I 'EQ . . . IQ Securlty Llfe and Accident Co. W . xg ff' Life, Health, Accident, Hospitalization rf 2 uv :Is-r sv. K K' I.usEII::I:Ic, TEXA5 and Polio - 1116 - 14th PO5-8825 Lubbock's Complete Floral and Nursery Service , New and Used Jacks for Sale All Jacks Repaired or Overhauled STEPHENSON JACK CO. 2421 TEXAS AVE. LUBBOCK, TEXAS MIDWAYI FURNITURE CO. I932 Ave. H PO 3-4992 DLYRWARD STEPHENSON 1,05-9217 GENE HORAK PARKWAY BARBER SHOP D B A BEST HAIRcuT IN TowN HIGHLAND PLACE SERVICE STATION . L. C. MCBRIDE , Im L. Burgess 4025 - 341311 SW9-902'4 3007 - 34th SH44230 'not en 6 nw 11 i 'Nil-ll'Yl"KlYl-li I It 5 . OFIIIIIBITQMOBILE 0 LIABILITY 1009 TEXAS AVE. P05-6669 LUBBOCK LEON RASCO P02-3224 19th Street CIeaners SAND1QgIf?PEAIQo,g1gI1gfigRGERS FUR THE BEST IN DRY CLEANING - Qual QXALL? , I 'game ae eawfcd QJMQ g J JJWLULL V49 Cam, lam I ,Que love iwtftjl 'IZMLLLQ 5509 i Jfidfmc, O2 We ,610-wgoe N1:CJ7fL,L 905 , Trovel By Bus , ' 96 Chorter Buses for All Occosio 6LQ,!L,f,?3 dw TEXAS, NEW MEXICU, 8: UKLAHD Zg0A1f y IN '. J 1215 1366 Lubb66 Ql4j",x-L owENs A. G. FOOD stone 0 We Deliver 0 Conveniently Locoted 0 Quolity Meots ond Vegetobles 1517 34th St. Phone SH 4-6581 268 B M F P CONSTRUCTION CCMPANY Building Contractors LUBBOCK, TEXAS 'k ir ir 'k ir 'k ir W NBC szazfm afzzw sw TOPS IN FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT 1l'1Iri'1Ir'kiri' KCBD-RADIO I NBC DIAL 'I590 IOOO Watts ' 'k1l'1ki'i"k1Ir iri'ir'A'1Ir'k1Ir'k Kcan-rv I NBC-ABC -k ' CHANNEL 'l'l ,k ir i'1Ir'k'k'k'k4ir I O0,000 Watts LUBBOCK, TEXAS ' Ave. 1924 Ave. Q Q Beauty Salon Dial PO 5 5051 Sherrod Hardware Co. "THE HARDWARE DEPARTMENT STORE" Ph PO t 5 8639 13th St nd Av Q 7 HERB IIIUIUII IIIIIIIPHIII-.I , Xi if MAINM-T ELEPHD New RTER 2-E729 IV ,.l1..J4z5z.- E lpycdard 2 E E 3 2 .6 me I Students of Mr. R. G. Dollar's Homeroom, X7, are pictured, first row: Marcia Anderson, Sue White, Ianelle Ohlenbusch, Iolene Gaifee, Nancy Hodges, Pat Matthews, Iune Wampler, Pat O,Harren, Frances Green, second row: Newton Case, Don Brown, Ronnie Wartes, Billy Bay Wienke, Kelly Cocroft, Billy Rainey, Bill Riddle, Ruben Ortiz, Mr. Dollar. Not shown are Mary Bagley, Iean Duncan, NJ Carol Foster, Jonny Gibson, George Graham, Ray McDaniel, Bill Nelson, Bobby Wigbrw wg, wifi, aw W 4 fiyeswlfffsw fi SW L Qi W Know ' ' ia Vw wscww ,Rip Ju, R S32 g A JP, r3Mwyw yWe yay ' ,Scif 5, iyspwygygy , at H 0 D G E M EnS1'0fRO. lllQ: 7 v .G 1 LINCOLN MEDCU1-QV Amen Mom e , aw. 1909 TEXAS AVENUE - PO 3-7385 faiiock, 7444-4 Radios Television A RADIO LAB BRAY's CAMPUS TQGGERY S0193 and Se'fviC6 FAMOUS NAME BRANDS IN MENS RCA Victor - Zenith CLOTHING - FURNISHINGS - sl-foes Philco - Motorola Televisian Center 2422 BI'OadW3.y Dial PO 2-3501 1501 Avenue Q Dial PO 5-8391 P0 3-5442 Q" STOVALL'S ON INDIANA Food Store 2110 INDIANA PO 3-7802 Harold Griffith Furniture UHLENBUSCH CIIL COMPANY, INC. COL-TEX GASOLINE - KENDALL OILS 71 A Cash Purchase is a Cash Saving ill IIII1U"IIIl:::II.lI!!'1'iIIII!I!'1iII' "IIIEEfI."'!liunf"" 'IIIEIII SNOWHITE BAKERIES' Cakea amlpaafriea of :Diafincfion 2421 34 Street Shopping Village Dial SH 4-11 Town and Country Shopping Center Dial P0 3-9 LUBBDCK, TEXAS RIIDIO 8 TELEVISION TECHNICIANS IISS N LUBBOCK IMPLEMENT CO. INC. ,Gi E315 H A L E Y I S Your Farnuzll Dealer 69? 1e,'f1,g'? Day and Night L -i ii T V UBBOCGK, TEXAS 'l I Q O Q O qgqizvgfzdotk Te1ssO06 s S E I C E NTERNATIONAL gr HAIVISTIR LONE STAR PLOWS Meyers Ditchers 1814 ' 19th D131 P02-8111 I Corner 10th and Ave. G Dial PO5-7775 my 1: In II' ffl Q W Www X ilu! 4 1355 111, 'Ii Q, 1.11, 1 III ' I' LMA S my I I I I uw Zi """"" REWKIRING "' 7H""J ' JVM I . W ck R buil ' Imgrlirrxs : gli-2 fnisflhggn Q 010.44242 fpfjgg, . ,Mm-ING C erm er epanrs ' I POUSHING 0 -my mn.-I., In crm 1-miami, A-,gal wig I umonsmw 5130 dlw'5?E Ms ' A ML, W4 P02-1382 A Lubbock Body Mum? ' Jvajj-,J f:-- "" if Works of 'MMI' 4 U Q P03-4066 b :ass . 1,79-LL . ' ,-Sp ff I 1, M 1609 19th 272 IHere's the place for that long notel Mr. Bc Mrs. Lopez f Wish the Best of Luck to All LHS Students and A Warm Greeting to All of You '55 Grads! Come or See Us Enchiladas Tacos Tamales Lopez Service Station - Cafe 225 Ave. H PO 2-9745 WRIGI-IT KERR CO. DISTRIBUTOR of Products of TOM I-IUSTON PEANUT CO E 1 bf vuwu 'IL .gl .I 5 'w K. III dl . ' IF' K eg , .L 1 eg - '1 2, Q 1,--f""'wii7?f f fg "eb .J 55, rerhlil 2 it-.A .rg mu' - ' I " Lf! l2l2 6th Street Phone PO 5-788i LUBBOCK, TEXAS A. D. LEONARD 81 SON PIANO CO. Organs Pianos Accordions Serving Lubbock Area Since '38 2616 34th SH 4-0343 BERNICE HULIN HAIR FASHIONS 2107 Knoxville PO 3-3502 Specializing in Repairing ELECTRIC SHAVERS lf- SMALL ELECTRIC APPLIANCES N ELECTRIC TRAINS -' A IRONS, ROASTERS, VACUUM CLEANERS Q64 ELECTRIC CLOCKS COFFEE MAKERS, FANS, ETC. Parker and Sheaffer Pens and Pencils HEFHIHZIT SHIIF M. P. J. MINTER, Electrical Engineer , fx- Y - Q Q 1... . - W- - l 1 A '- WV ::ef-fweeaa' - ' .... E Hex, f , ,E ,s ':'1'T'1i?fIQQg - - , 4,5-5Qz.,1sG, .nas - A-.1L-..'gpE---4.-fill----.-14--vu--- ,.- "Helps Keep the South Plains Running" 91-as . um. sfeee Lubbock, Texvs B Q ogygx e YW' 9 O A Pyle' Q O0 . X09 '49 4 X c S Q 69 9 GAP 99' vt 64? Q39 W Q00 Q 273 f ,- f .- fm-11'55?'1 Q Awj?92?55I,fff 'nga "'1,' frf' I ANTH ElNY'5 CAFETERIAS LUBEUCK. TEXAS I The NATIONAL STORM WINDOW Company Manufacturers Distributors Nationall Famous Lifetime Aluminum Storm Windows 8. Doors N E Y 2621 34th STREET I2I6 TEXAS AVE U . SHerwo0d 4-1821 Porter 3-H21 229 Ave. Q at Clovis Rd. Phone POrter 3-5064 IIto2c:nd5to8 1Ito2and5t8 L kTe S - Closed all day Wedensdoy Closed SUHCICIY E GUI Q ubboc 3 Xa IRIN Q 21-1-9--E CLOTHES DOCTOR 2 822,753 DRY CLEANERS HOOPER TIRE STORE No. 2 1517 - 19 Avenue H Phone PO 3-8223 "QUALITY Wm! SERVICE' Lubbock, Texas Pick Up and Delivery: N0 Exim Charge True-Tone Mufflers Dual Exhaust Kits Lowering Blocks Star Tires SH 4-7655 2808 AVE. H Liv. RISINEER E, A, 1-,p-,-DN DIAL PO 2-2852 RISINEER 81 TIPTCIN MACHINISTS, WELDER5 AND REI-'RIEERATIUN ENGINEERS CYLINDER AND CRANKSHAFT REERINDINE CCINNECTING RUD REBABEITTINE--MUTIJR REBUILDINE are TEXAS AVENUE l.uaEEu::K, TEXAS TOWN 81 COUNTRY GIFTS 306 College Ave. Phone PO 3-2350 Lubbock, Texas Party Goods - Home Accessories B Q A Z The Superette Food Store PREscmPTloN PHARMACY OPGH 7 til 11 1905 Ave. X Dial POrter 3-1606 7 days a Week Lubbock, Texas 3329 - 34th SW 9-3462 Lubbock BEST WISHES TO ALL LHS STUDENTS KDAV OUTSTANDING DISC JOCKEYS 0 MUSIC FOR EVERYONE 0 Western Programs for IM Million Listeners Throughout West Texos 31 Eastern New Mexico 275 I IIIIIEII I RAY DICKEY PR R ' --,Xiu - A. L scoeeurv VICE PR I v I cm It E, .h5 I I M-NEHG E A JOHN H. 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TEXAS ua4uiomaEic csfzzinglszacf Ugfcougfloufn 7 pet 7:1445 and "Where Pet Lovers Shop" 1813 AVENUE Q Lubbock, Texas NEW AND USED MOBILE HOMES Lubbock Trailer Sales YOUR MID-STATES DEALER College Ave. at Clovis Road PLAZA CLEANERS P, 0, BOX 5136 2707 26th SH 42720 LUBBOCK, TEXAS "Lubbock,s Finest Synthetic Plant" Ammo APPROVED C. D. BUCK, owner Phone PO 32964 Wmqzizpgm' 1, 2. 1:-. f n 11 Jr- WUP5-, nv: The Very Finest in Dry Cleaning LOW DOWN PAYMENT 'fill . ' - fe 2 1 Q i T77 T. 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Dial F-'O C3 73131 LUBBOl3K,TEXA5 City Junk 82 Pipe Company, Inc. PARROT BABY SHOP Highest Prices Paid for Scrap Iron and Metals Cxacn. Sunny, Msn. "Exclusive but not expensive" PHONE P-D-mm 1104 Ave L PO 2-9251 710 TWENTY-slx'rH s'r. ' ' LUBBOCK. TEXAS Congratulations . . . Jack M. West Lumber Co. Weftemers ' ' ' Lumber - Hardware - Builder's Supplies La Mallnche T01't1l1a Factory 2506 Ave. H P0 2-2218 1105 -2nd Place PO 3-2933 Mr. 8: Mrs. E. Varela, Owners FARMERS SUPPLY nAn's Fool: s'roRE Massey-Harris ..Fine Foodsn I t C ' Tractors mp emen S Ombmes 4122 - 19th Dial PO 2-3073 2608 Ave. H SH 4-5506 287 ,, I In 9 I1 l Stoves Rugs Plumbing I Jerry's Food Markets I shurdne Foods TOM FD ENCH 8: CUMDAN' Plus Added savings in- W'HDl-Ei-fi-LEU 524619 ETAII- I - P - Double Thrift Stamps u3937DlVfN:2,:'AB as . I 325NXl,i H NeIjV0'I?eal Bath Tubs 81 Hot Water Heaters L bb k U OC PIPE FITTINGS I Galvanized - Black Soil - Malleable - Coppei 6 ti f 556150, J. D. HUFSTEDLER TRUCK co. 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K Phone PO2-OI34 P R I N T I N G I QISHEEUYISZIKEISQD IT Ve LUBBOCK, TEXAS EUIUEAN SUN Wliiiii SERVICE RESIDENTIAL SEIFTENERS 'lr CCMMERCIAL SEIFTENERS WATER SCIFTENER MINERALS -A' ENGINEERING SERVICE ECDNDMIZE WITH sI:IrT WATER CN A SERVICE BASIS I' "" 'P - ZEIB CDLLEGE AVENUE PU'5-9307 BDX 64B I.I.IeIaI3I::Ic, TEXAS '- II P- 0- BOX 810 HOMER G. MAXEY 81 COMPANY Branch House 1611 Fourth St' WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS Rug' 55? S437 Phone P0 33461 I. u II I: oc K, T EX AS Wichita Falls ELJ ER plumbing fixtures PAYNE heating equipment RHEEM water heaters BRYANT heating and refrigeration 291 Blackwell E. Fos'rEn s. soN mc. MORTGAGE LOANS Conventional F.H.A. and G.I. FINE BEDDING OF "It's Easy to Own Your KINDS Own Home The Foster Way" 2610 Texas Ave. ' Phone SH 4-2371 Dial PO 3-2897 LUBBOCK, TEXAS If no answer call PO 3-5140 2003 Broadway JOE HOLMES SAM WEST S?-1, o 5' Y SPUBICUHEHW, PLAINS ICE CREAM "The P. I. C. oi them all" 2230 19th St. I Dial P05-6436 gig " w J f. "L "Win :MEZZ ff' Town und Country Barber Shop GRANVILLE IOHNSON DRUG STORE Town and Country Shopping Center 34th ,street at Ave Q Diagn 4-6616 ' ' SH 4-9174 4th Street and College Avenue Pnsscmpnons HAVE THE morvmum. A'rTEN'r1oN or THE ownsn 5 E, Panhandle Construction 6 Com an Unc.J P Y GENERAL CONTRACTORS FEATURING QUALITY FUDDS LUBBDDK, TEXAS General Offices College Ave. at 23rd Phone PO 2-8723 LUBBOCK. TEXAS T' "I - 15- '-' .' e?:?pJa:,f-4-355' , MILE!-5:1 ' il?-1 . .2-gg-1 ,L fag: A . P n 4, , ' 9 - - ., l iE:r'f5Z!1':Z-2113,-'E gtzns-?i,r::52gr3'5.lIfTf9 7... RANK URTERS fl r IVMM A v ww, ,,,.-.,,-.-.-.,. . ,ul pi-Q. f.,,:91l.:i1 a -1- bln. 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V .1 6 smu cumin BLOWER ATTACHMENT CRUST-MASTER .Vw k 7 I- V F ,Mi Q -JEHNSmNe -fiifktpg' - fo Q . lx I I I 'funn Em? Manufacturing Co. I X' 718 28th sr. o LUBBOCK TWO ROW HARVESTER DORMAN SEED COMPANY 'flfljfiolsiala Gisli 55511 T 6 y 1 Seed 6. Grain Buyers 6. Sellers Phone Porter 3-0223 2211 Avenue G Lubbock 120915 Broadway Dial PO 2-9112 Band Box Cleaners Marcy Cleaners 1506 Texas Ave. No. 1 107-A N. College 2801 , lst Cleaning at its Best at a Reasonable Price MARCY TOWN sr MARCY CLEANERS LUBBOCK, TEXAS COUNTRY CLEANERS N0. 2 2449 - 34th St. THOMAS JEWELRY DICkGl'eel1D"U9 1207 College Avenue - Phone PO 3-6468 DRUGS ' SUQIZIEQ- - FOUNTAIN L 0 Th LUBBOCK, TEXASJ k Th Cotton Patch "CW" 'mas UC """'S LADIES DISTINCTIVE CLOTHES fQ PO 3-6522 1001 - 13th 4152 We '5W -X , ,vcr I: V Q,!3Xy4iey 0 ma uffffca I945 - l9tl1 STREET All diamonds priced according to size, color and LUBBOCK' TEXAS internal grade. Big Service For the Little Tyke W 0 M A C K ' S GIFTS IUVENILE FURNITURE INFANTS AND CHILDRENS WEAR YEAR AROUND TOYLAND 1012 19th 328 College Avenue POrter 2-1170 Porter 2-8658 PILLARS LAUNDRY HELP YOUR-SELF Wet Wash and Dry I OPEN SIX DAYS A WEEK 296 W 2237 19th PO 2-9172 "CONGRATULATIONS" STUDENTS For a job well done CHICKEN VILLAGE J.B.MARI0N 1318-19th ICotton Buyer! R' 1309-A TEXAS Ave. o NATIONALLY Aovslmsso BRANDS pg 3,2607 O COURTEOUS SERVICE O LOW PRICES IIUIIEIIT JIIIET 42nd 8: Boston . . . Modem Manors Shopping Center it . uf -. 'A f ,fr -I 513. 115' -gi 11'C"" "iii 'T"'i'!'J 7 I! Burlap and 5.1 Bafgmg Cotton Bags f ' an T1 Zi-f Q'-f E. A. PATTERSO CO. T. E. IPATI PATTERSON Owner - Manager looaiii. C., 19- ,5- ,tE'-irq Sim QQ! 0 Q wb' trek-O TEXAS AUTOMOBILE CLUB 311 NO. COLLEGE AVE. PHONE PO 2-2201 LUBBOCK, TEXAS NATIONWIDE SERVICE AND INSURANCE 3515.00 PER YEAR CONGRATULATIONS S E N I O R S QQWJL cuffs-f CJZLLLMPUQ-J from 4jC,,.Q- . li.,-J 6-Q-LAJ'-it ' M. B. McKEE Co, G Lfcbvi' 1- 2205 Avenue E 709 Ave. H- Tel. Day P02-2691 BOX 392 Night 1,034,574 DIAL PO 3-7389 -L bb k LOOKFOR 1 Exclusive Necci Elna Dealer NECCHI SALES AND f SERVICE -rmmaamualx 1908 Broadway Lubbock YOUR GUARANTEE Jim W, McGuire, or NATIONWIDE ssnvlcs AND PARTS Owner Dial PO 2-3847 BROWDER'S PHOTOGRAPHY Portraits of Children, Men, Women, Family Groups 2427 - 34th Phone SH 4-2669 CICERO SMITH LUMBER COMPANY IlNC.I "See Us When in Need of Any Kind of Building Materialv 1020 - 7th Street Phone PO 3-4361 LUBBOCK, TEXAS AIR-WAY BRANCHES, INC. DISTRIBUTORS OF VACUUM CLEANERS Lubbock Division 1514 West 6th St. 'uf' "0 91591.-.....1..... Lubbock, Texas VOGUE BEAUTY SHOP Taking time out to pose for a picture at Vogue Beauty Shop are these operators, right to left: Lola Wakefield, Ruth Heathington, and Esther Williams, Lena Mae Manly fownerj. The custo- mer is Mrs. Roy Sanford. 1922 19th St. PO 5-9282 2 9 7 Congratulati n S S mors ,,,,,Nj4N-sf ,,--nQf - Aurospms 'QW' A, J 1 DA! X qg ' :L I .Mix GET YOUR TAKEETAS AT THE Village Mill You Will Like Them OWNER and OPERATOR Lindsey Telford and E. B. Wheelock PO 3-5373 ,.-g BRYANT FARM SUPPLY JOHN DEERE SALES AND SERVICE Phone PO 2-3309 I 1902 Ave. "C" P. O. Box 1307 A LUBBOCK, TEXAS AOHN DEERE EQUIPMENT odern . A Qamplelie Selection OI' E goo Speqqyw, E runigimare Co, PO 3 6409 AVE f' - E Q AT 28th LUBBOCK, TEXAS Moving 8: Storage y LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE SERVICE I City Delivery Service JUST DIAL We Give Frontier Stamps on Local Moves 41 Agents For 2205 A o ' ' Ave. G I 1 ' t M M e, Lubbock , - M I 5 D BA., ,nl..ll.sl 6' m Texas ' . . mum wvv. A ....-,-.. J ..... 5.1, 4 .'.. .S ..... ."'+,,'h J ,df Qaalzllq Medi EDWARD a. REED PACKING co., Inc P. 0. BOX 1185 Lubbock, Texas 299 r f V ' I Q,::'ifw X' in W New RETAIL MEAT AT WHOLESALE PRICES Sunset ivieat Market A N. R. THOMPSCN 3213 - 34th SW92644 . ' :-1l,:: I, t ' MOTO' BC"1ki'19 "":':' iiiiif E"' ,If-i X I Personal Loan Dept. ugllggyl E 5 0 Auto Loan Dept. E E E E i'lr,.., 0 Safe Deposit Boxes E E E Q mpg, I Hopalong Cassidy .- '2' '-'-'I "I'1iI!I s ' CI b Upholsteung Reflnlslung E 5 . vfovnigfi Bugking Service n A -:. I. 1 KAY'S I I -f f ,' I I' g ii E E E! i.iiEsgEs I 'E I IQII I 4'Builde1's SI Designers" ii I i i FIN E F UoizN1'I7 U RE Pi10l16 P02'4481 MEMBER FEDERAL oEPosIr INSURANCE CORPORATION 1945 Nineteenth Street 300 PLAINS cooPERATlvE OIL MILL I PLAINSMAN FEEDS Meal Pellets Hulls Dial SH 4-1461 2901 Ave. A ac! Lubbock Texas F Q WW soo cElEieN2v?6 Tex. Ly 1 le !pf7' NIGHT PHONE SW 9-4298 V U1 MW' yW hQgEgJDockray Q23 M: MQ Y yjbpgvmplete Insurance Servecen MA' Ave. 1810 19th Street Cy L bb k T J D1 1 5-8886 u oc , exas LELAND PAYNE LUMBER COMPANY LELAND D. PAYNE, PRESIDENT 21132 ELUVIS RUAD 'gwzglfdckzg 741 74:4 gadfafez' 50 Congratulations, guidance 310, for being the first homeroom to have sub- scribed IOOZ to the Westerner! We, the Westerner staff, are proud of you. Pictured are, front row, Sara Goad, Nancy Jones, Caroline Andrews, Paula Smith, Nancy Dennis, Nancy Black, Liz Creson, Irma Kendrick, Wilma Edwards, Carol Ann Davis, Sue Williams, Mrs. Emmett Burford, sponsor. Back row, Harrell Rudolph, Roy Webb, Ted Baze, I. C. Hayden, Thomas Rodgers, Frank Williams, Carroll Caddell, Dick Millsap, David Rigney, Gary Lacewell, and lack Tipps. X? K NN ll Q i , If lf- , , if X: Fu'-my - " 1. R Q' 5 a . Y, 1 if - , - i Ng QJF4, X- ivy, V xi g . lt 'il 'F W J 'M - f ,a ,ff i' ff l X , s A , .A , C even on A GOOD BUY 02 Ciii rnesn AT You: enoceds nwITHlNG F R EVERY SENNXNG MRCHXNV wokw FAM 0US, Ameammuc PARK Sw mom MS LVPL A SUPPUES v-We RE A"'fa SWKE X W sfwme ' MACHINES Auubu 'Zigmlff"7' U HOME offlcf ZH8 I9 A LUBBOCK Congratulations Seniors From WELDERS SUPPLY OF LUBBOCK AND EMPLOYEES Distributor for West Texas Oxygen Co. "Everything for the Welder" George E. Turner H- E- fkllbbifl Whitaker A. E. CMucJ McMurry 2607 Avenue H Dial SH 4-1493 Lubbock, Texas MANUFACTURERS OF OXYGEN AND ACETYLENE GAS ' COMPLETE WELDING SUPPLY Box 26 LlIBBl1El'i,TEXA5 303 ji il TF :l J LUBBOCK ! E 5 ! ! I 1: '-"' . "" - "'- . ..A,. Charles Wm. Aydelotte, Agency 1907 COLLEGE AVE. 'i! l l!! I ! ! A 1 el REALTORS 0 , fl E Z., 3 COLLEGE Ave. 2 ' .D Real Estate, Loans and Insurance Tl E N -ii.. 1 ll . IAL PO 3-0421 1313 C 11 A . f stores in Plainview and Amarullo D 0 ege ve ii U! fr! WAKE UP YOUR TASTE DRINK -- I !.i I i!! !!I ! If ! I I 4 ! I I in de 4 eafe DrP ll 0 ' 810 Texas Ave. Phone PO2-3524 HUB MOTOR COMPANY A T! I 'Ue Sofa - 77 ' Phone POrter 5-5751 901 Avenue I LUBBOCK, TEX "WHAT AN AHOMA . . TU BBS . AND . . . WHAT A TASTE!" . . . A ,P,f,wJW"f:"g' HICKORY SMOKED BARBECUE ' A RAY W. STEELE GROCERY 2507 Clovis Rd. - PO 5-6848 808 TEXAS .Phone P0 5-5643 Life 1usm'a!Lce A Public Trust AMERICAN GENERAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. STAFFED BY COMPETENT UNDERWRITERS RALPH S. DORSETT CLU ,! District Manager 1504 Main Ph. PO 5-8841 1 1 3 1 4 T CONGRATULATIONS!! R0DGERSRAD'0H-V- 5 BROADWAY DRUG l 304 2424 Broadway - Dial PO 3-3010 2417 Main Dial PO 3-4202 2, " . 1 I1 ' Q sffnlxg ' 1 ' is x 'ff I . if ii gf E I I I "' fl K, I L Ma., 1 +R, 6' I WWW z. ,. , 4 vm M I . ' my if-I MI WM 'N X iw IX ' 'Y .I 5 I fx' . 1, I . I M N. 9-9 Jw, 'J In If if p g. ' wick fi I Q P 3 '43 'Fifi f if 'ai '61 I I wb , 1 It I 5 'I A I, Q I ,L xv EW, S5 ,526 my 85- 1 QE k Q lim-Lee Drilling Company Inc. DRILLING and PRODUCTION I. A. STEPHENS LEE THOMPSCDN President Vice-President 3 05 306 W3-.i M, Liz Creson and Beverly Witt, Lubbock Senior I-liqh students, admire the latest fashions in Dunlap's lunior Department . . . located on the second floor. Mrs. Maurine Dalmasso, manager, is an expert on campus fash- ions . . . feel tree to call on her for advice . . . Dunlap's specializes in clothes tor luniors. I Mil West Texas' Best Department swf? lr ill! FIRE 8: INDEMNITY 00 Home0fflce - LUBBOCK, TEXAS Hum class UP 1 C33 0 0 1 A - GIFFORD-HILL-WESTERN INC. O Underground Concrete Irrigation Pipelines 0 Portable Aluminum Surface Pipelines 0 Sprinkler Systems Lubbock Plainview Hereford Amarillo Dumas Brownfield L ROBERTS BICYCLE SHOP Schwinn GULF DELUXE SERVICE Ame1'ica,'s Finest Bicycle Open 24 h0UrS 1515 Avenue Q Dial PO 5-9872 1701 Broadway Dial PO 3-4173 Compliments of LUBBIIICK BAE CCI. - Manufacturers of - New Burlap and Cotton Bags 304 - 10 Ave. L LUBBOCK, TEXAS Bagging 6: Ties Phones PO 5-6543 Second Hand 5-7687 Bags liz Twine P. O. Box 1036 307 1 H 1 L H P Vi is M. H3 L3 , U w ul N m F, Y. ,N :fb 4., NW: H1 ,I W ng . P. w i 1 MJ -1 , r I 'lf 'i V1 2 F 1 PM w W, I ml' WI ,., 1, U K I X N P 3 X "L H 9 E a M-1 I PF, ,V NH , W I Pl' 1 Q, K. ' w 308 P'zf1fx,zA,4, Ywdffiwwd 1, 0-P' ' ALJVJJQ-QYQQ LXNe'h.?wA2 bhp Wim AASTLEANNE JOMI-TITIQON WWW and PEPPER CONNELLEY say - "YOU ARE WAY AHEAD IN A PONTIAC FROM WHNSON-CONNELLEY PONTIAC, A Auth orlzed Scales 81 Service Telephone PO 5-8871 1704 Main at Ave. Q LUBBOCK, TEXAS , A: .pq.qagg7,3gffw f, i ., "W'Z'bTQ?" , V' ' f ' 4 "ffy,,nwQ:41f:: Graduates: Do you need a summer job . . . or a full-time job to begin your business ca ee 7 Af THOMAS PERSONNEL- Elem Joi? fi Um Joi? Why not call and let us arrange interviews for you? T h 0 I11 3 S Personnel Service 306 Myrick Bldg. luhbocle, Iexas Dial PO 3-3455 The wQ8+CKhGK Wogid"' iaiiiwwcuil sergvirw aii LHSCRS ii has been Hoe voice of a Stifmooi an! 6 spiqi Jriwqough Q Hoe yeas-K5-" fx Q - - , 4 P in :def j' : b J .3 i J k , y y y gp ' "J 4 W J ff' F' 'f , ,K V A .3 L X , 5 1 5: xl? 4 ,ga 2 fi T , 'i 1 VV- I f wx X R it V 4592 ig 7 'fx 9 'T 3 eyys 3 DH e ey L i i' 3 yyyy 2 :--H+ ,pi ,iy A , is ,M E, -,., X 1 J Pictured, left to right, are members of Mrs. W. I. Pittmanis homeroom 192, who were the second 10072 group to subscribe. They are, first row, Mer- cedes Haynes, Carolyn Keeton, Shirley Mormon, Martha Pray, Ann Kerr, Jo- anna Usry, Betty Kimmy, Linda Huf- stedler, and Judy Nicholas, second row, Mrs. Pittman, Julia Knox, Mina McKee, Barbara VVhite, Jamie Stevens, Carolyn Criflin, Charlotte Black, Lynn Morgan, Glenda Lackey, and Mr. Jay Cordon, third row, Bob Smith, Dale Wacasey, James Pruitt, Mike Hendon, James West, and Sue Willis. Not pictured are Sonja Boles, Eddie Holland, Earl Stewart, and Patsy Allred. 11 Rooms Subscribe 1005 to WESTER ER The third homeroom group to sub- scribe 100f5 to the 1955 WESTERNER was Mr. D. M. Howell's room 244. Shown are, first row, Betty Bradford, Kay Barley, Jo Ann Van Norman, Marlene Baker, J-No West, and Sue Morris, second row Charlene Shaw, Jean Morrow, Jessie Lewelling, Caro- lyn Mass, Viva Wolf, and Mr. Howell, third row, Carole Powell, Vema Har- rington, Patsy VVallis, Jerry Tisdel, Reva Rasco, Bob Montgomery, Jerry Davis, and Jan Stanley, fourth row, Jim Henderson, Phil Williams, Robert Pinkard, Jerry Sides, Ken Kaplan, Elza Bethune, and James Howard. Not pictured are Annez Allan, Tom Cobb, Lee Dickinson, and Wendell Hester. Mrs. Pittman Has Second 1005 Homeroom Coach Bill Oglesbyis homeroom, X8, was the fourth to subscribe 1001 to the sale of the 1955 WESTERNER. They are, first row, Amelia Chavez, Jene Clazner, Janice VVorley, Carolyn Mimms, Joyce Duncan, Mary Lou Morris, and Denevee Turner, second row, Ceorgetta Vaught, Joan Powell, Juanita Hayden, Dorris Earp, Mary Jordan, Kay Liner, Peggy Cunter, and Jo Marie Boothe, third row, Cordon Cooper, Cameron Cunningham, Bob- by Sumner, James Eby, Bobby Polk, Kinky VVilliams, Harry Van Horn, Ronald Lemon, Allen Ingley, William Edwards, and Coach Oglesby. Not pictured is Mary Hayden. 310 'Guidance 252A, Coach Max Lynn O'Banionis homeroom was the sixth group to have 1002 on the sale of an- nuals, Pictured are, first row, Janis lobe, Gail jones, Elaine Rankin, Nan Kelly, Sylvia Turner, jean Underwood. Judy Adams, and Shelia jones, second row, Alyce Dudley, Barbara Young, Margaret Greve, Kay Frazier, Char- lene Howard, Andrea Burns, Charlene Begie, Arthur Miller, and Ronnie Cline, third row, Coach O'Banion, Wesley Hopp, john King, jack Beal, Dale Hodges, S. C. Arnett, Barry Bu- chanan, jimmy Duke, and jerry Ricker. Not pictured is Gwynelle Brewer. Guidance 252A Hits Top in ubscriptions ' O ...Q 4 Q Q V991 OOO P004 O90 P091 900' POC! OO O O fn my "" jr ' z 32 3.23 ' ll , ff ,f f 2 'f a. ,,. , I L - 5? , V . ,... ' 33 :f t - Pictured left to right are the mem- bers of Mr. james C. Crawford's home- room, 252B, who are the fifth guidance to subscribe 10095 to the 1955 WEST- erner. They are, first row, Joyce Zeh, Lyda Gibson, Freddie Dane, Peggy Somers, Dorothy Waters, Sandra Rut- ledge, Nora lean Flowers, Frances Graves, Linda Leon, and Sandra Boyd, second row, Mr. Crawford, Phil Paschall, Leslie McNeil, Richard Denison, Bill Dean, Glen Holt, Robert johnson, Archie Allen, Danal Myrick, Carol Leaverton, and Amelia Starkey. Not pictured is Melva Ioyce Watkins. Crawford, Douglass Homerooms 1005 The last guidance to subscribe 1005'6 to the '55 WESTERNER was Mr. Gordon L. Douglass' homeroom, 237. Pictured are, first row, Pat Stanley, Carolyn Leftvvich, Roma Caviness, Myrle Hass, Faye Gray, and Yvonne Hamilton, second row, Mrs. Douglass, Barbara Batton, Margaret Condray, Mary Lou Kennedy, and Martha Fol- lowill, third row, Davis Ford, Mike Cline, Anne Willis, Ioan Houston Flint, and Beth Aycockg fourth row, Willard Patterson, Roy Tunnell, Thomas Edwards, Charles Cure, Mack Rankin, Hershell VVhite, George Baker, and Hubert Kelly. Not pic- tured are Bill Dane, joy Catt, Beverly Eldridge, and Don Baker. J :J fav-,luv EA i s . l . A Q. il my it ii rl Sli . ll fl . . gl' ' liz 'lf I l', will lvl: . . llili ,- . lil. 'i ,. X 1 i 2, i i . i V in ' l lx, 'H 'I4 1 l Ll .kg li 2: .15 ll' i 1 2 1. ii i. r . Qi il' 3. ,i ,i v 1 3 Y., X pf , .V Advertising Sales Make Earlene Gott, Joyce Thrush, advertising copy and layout editor, and Denevee Tumer com- prised the advertising layout staff for the 1955 WESTERNER. Assisting them in the work of pre aring this section for shipping were Brown Hollden, Leona Spralding, Kay Myers, Eddie joe Bradford, and Jean Shawver. Together these students recorded ads, made the lay-outs, mounted, and edited the material for the 52 advertising pages in this year's annual. 1 95 5 Westerner Possible Working diligently and steadily to make possible the 1955 WESTERNER these students sold 259 ads, totaling 33,880 in a little more than three weeks. After the city was divided into 33 districts, each student was assigned a district in which to sell. This advertising serves a twofold purpose. It resents the advertiser's name and his products to the higff-school students through a medium which they value, and, at the same time, t e income from advertising makes it possible for more stu- flents to purchase a yearbook because the price can be ower. The advertising section covers 52 pages of this ifeafs edition. Income derived from the advertising ma es it possible for LHS students to urchase the WESTERNER, the production cost of whiclg is almost 86, for 352.25 on the activity book plan or 353.50 on the subscription plan. This year 1347 activity books and 474 subscriptions were bought by students and faculty members. Twenty-three journalism students and publication de- partment members worked as advertising salesmen for the WESTERNER. They are, first row, according to the amount sold, Carolyn Mimms, Carol Simpson, Helen Smith, Mary Ann Smalley, Carolyn Tapp, Eva Campos, Eddie Joe Bradford, second row, Kay Myers, Bill Osbom, Barbara Miller, Britt Myers, Nanette Crosby, Patsy Painter, Frances Wilson, third row, Karen Kerr, Yvonne Hamilton, jean Shawver, Lora Kerr, Lilburn Smith, Mary VVilkers0n, Kathy White, Linda Kelley, and Karen Key. Not pictured are Brown Holden, Ray Moore, Stanley Silverman, and Suzanne Wilson. 534, ' ' " . Advertisers ABC Letter 61 Printing Service . . . A 61 C Pump Co. ........,..r . A 61 M Dry Goods .....,..... A 61 W Root Beer Drive Inn . , . Acme Laundry 61 Cleaners . . . Acme Repair Co. ....,... . B. E. Adair Music Co. . . . . Airway Branches, Inc. ...... . American General Life Ins ...... American Laundry ........ri...... American State Bank ,.....,....... Anderson 61 Bigharn Sheet Metal Works' 6 I I Anderson Bros, jewelers ........... Anthony's Cafeterias .i..... . . . Armstrongis Supply Co. , , . Atlas Stores, Inc. .i........ . Ausburnis Sporting Goods ,,... Ave. Q Beauty Salon ..,.....,.. Charles Wm. Aydelotte Agency .,.i Aztec Inn ....,....,.,,.,..... BMFP Construction Co. ........... . Baldridge Bakery ....r.,.........,, Band Box Cleaners 61 Marcy Cleaners . Battey Grocery 61 Market ....,..... Bearing Specialists ...,............ Bedford's Prescription Pharmacy . . . Bell Ice Cream 61 Milk Co ....... Bennett Motor Co., Inc. ...... . T. I. Better Co. .....i.. . Bigham Gin Supply Co. ,..... . Blackwell Mattress Co. ......,. . U. V. Black Radio 61 TV Service . . . Boaz Prescription Pharmacy .,...... Borden's Milk Co. ................ . Brady Plumbing .,..,.........,... Bray's Campus Cleaners 61. Mens Wear Bray's Campus Toggery .........,.. Brayis Ladies Sports Wear ........,. Dr. F. F. Breazeale, Chiropractor ..., Broadway Drug Co. ..........., , Browden's Photography ...,.... Brownlee Grocery 61 Market . . . Bryant Farm Supply ......,.... Burdine's Cleaners 61 Clothiers ..,. Burleris Art 61 Supply Studio . . . Byrdis Animal Clinic ...,... Casa Mexicana Drugs ..... Casey Carpet Co. .... , Casey-Delaney Co. . . . . Central Service Station . . . Chicken Village ...,....... Cicero Smith Lumber Co. . . . City Junk 61 Pipe Co. ...., . City Tailors .....,...... Clark's Drug Store ...,.,.. Clark's Grocery ,..,..,..... Clothes Doctor Dry Cleaners . . . . , . . Cloverlake Dairy Foods .... Cobb's Department Store . , 255 284 266 260 266 303 248 297 304 255 281 279 289 275 261 254 248 269 304 283 269 302 295 254 282 265 266 271 262 280 292 264 275 256 257 264 271 260 289 304 297 295 299 277 266 248 288 304 256 288 296 297 287 257 255 294 275 250 294 Colonial Shutters .,.. Combs Cartage Co. ..,... . E. E. Compton 61 Co. .,.,. . Conley Lott Machinery Co. . , . Continental Dance Studio ..., Culligan Soft Water Service . . , Dad's Grocery 61 Market . , , David Shoe Store ...,,... Davidson Printing Co. . . . . Davis Drive-Inn Grocery . . . Deal's Machine Shop .,... Dennis Brothers Printers , . . Thord Dockray .......,...,. Dorman Seed Co. ..,.....,...... . , . Dorothy Mae Mattress Factory ..,. . . , Dr. Pepper Bottling Co. ..,....... . . . Duckworth Grocery 61 Market . . Dunagan Studio of Music ..,,.. Dunlap's ............,....... Edwards 61 Reed Packing Co. . . . El Charro Restaurant ........ Elms Equipment Co. ...,. . Excel Frontier Store Fabric Mart QTheQ .... Factory Outlet ...... Farmers Supply ...... Fenner Tubbs Co. . . . I. E. Foster 61 Son .... Tom French 61 Co. . . . French Food Stores .... Freshe Bread Co. . . , , R. H. Fulton 61 Co. .......... . F urr Food Stores ............, Garnet Reeves Insurance Agency General Steel Warehouse Co., Inc., . . , . . Gifford-Hill-Western, Inc. ...., . Gilbertis Boot 61 Shoe Repair .... Godwixfs .,...,....,,..,. Godwin's Booterie ........ Goldstuckeris Storefor Men . . . Grace Health Foods ...,.., Dick Green Drug ..,...,,. Gulf Deluxe Service Station . . . HaroldiGriffith Furniture . . Hackel's Ready-to-Wear . . . Haleyis TV Service ....... W. M. Hall Produce Co. . . . john Halsey Drug Store ...,., Hancock Manufacturing Co. . . Harold s Cafe .....,...... Harrietts ................ jack Harvey Co. ........,..., . Haygoodis Office Supply Co. . . . . Head's Washateria ,...,,.... Hemphill-Wells Co. ...,,, . Hester's Office Supply Co. . , Hi Cafe ................... Hi-D-Ho Drive In ..,,.,..,,.. Highland Place Service Station . . Hill Food Store ..........,.. 1 14 Hodges Bros. . . . A Holt Food Store ..., Hooper Tire Store ...,... Hub Motor Co. .......... A E. K. Hufstedler Sr Son ....,. I. D. Hufstedler Truck Co. . . . Bernice Hulin Hair Fashions . . Hunt6r Tipps Grain Sr Seed Co. Norman Igo ...,.......,... Ince Oil Company ..,. ' .,.,. . Irwin Steel Erectors ....... Iarett Sales 81 Service .,...... Jenkins Music Co. of Texas . . , jerry's Food Markets ....,... jim-Lee Drilling Co., Inc. . . . . Iohnson Connelley Pontiac, Inc. johnson Manufacturing Co. .... . . . Granville Iohnson Drugs ..i.. Jones-Roberts Shoes r,..... KCBD Radio Gr TV Station . . . KDAV Radio Station ..,... KFYO Radio Station .,,.. KLLL Radio Station . . , Kay's ..............,. Kerr Motor Company .... Wright Kerr Co. .,.... . Keystone-Fleming, Inc. . . . King B Drive-In ....... Kirby Co. fThej .......... S. H. Kress Co. ....r......, . Kuykendall Chevrolet Co. ,..... . . . La Malinche Tortilla Factory Latham's Department Store . . . Leonard Bt Son Piano Co. A . . . Leftwich Food Market ,... Leland Payne Lumber Co. . . . Loganis School Supplies Lopez Service Station ....... Lubock Abstract 61 Title Co. . . Lubbock Bag Co. ......s. . Lubbock Body Works .....,. Lubbock Cotton Oil Co. ..,.,,.. . . . Lubbock Implement Co. ....,.... , . . Lubbock Machine 6: Supply Co. , , . . , . Lubbock National Bank ........ . . . Lubbock Packing Co. ......, . Lubbock Trailer Sales .... Lubbock Tailoring Co. . A . . Luby's Cafeterias ........... Luggage Shop ...,.,.......... . A A Luther Transfer Gt Storage, Inc. . . . . . . Macis Flowers ,.........,..... . . . Magness Drug Store .,...... Margaret's ....,.,.... I. B. Marion Sz Co. .... A Martin,s of Lubbock ....., Homer G. Maxey 8: Co. .... A M. B. McKee Co. .........i . McKelvey's Furniture Mart . A A McQueen Boot Bt Saddles . Midway Furniture Co. ..... . Minit Man Car Washer .,.,... Mission Orange Bottling Co. . A A Murdock's Garage ......... Myrick Appliance Co. ........ A National Storm Window Co. . . . Necchi Sales St Service A..., Nineteenth Street Cleaners .... Nite-Owl Drive Inn ..,... North 40 Drive-Inn ..AA OK Garage ....,...A. Ohlenbusch Oil Co. . . . Ottis' Beauty Shop A... Owens Food Store ....... Painter House ....,...A.... Panhandle Construction Co. . , A Parkway Barber Shop' ...A A , Parkway Beauty Shop . A A E. A. Patterson Co. .A,.....A . Peak's Cleaners ......,...,.... I. C. Penney Co. .............A. . Period 6r Contemporary House ..,A Peteis Cafe A..........A..,... Pet Food 61 Supply ........,. Photocraft Studio . , . Pillar,s Laundry .A.... Piggly-Wiggly Stores .... Pipkin Cleaners ....A..,. Pioneer Natural Gas Co. ...,.. . Pittsburgh Plate Glass Co. ....... . Pix Book Store fThej .... A A....,,,.,.., . Plains Compress St Warehouse Co. ...... , Plains Co-op Oil Mill ..........., Plains Ice Cream .,.,.....A... Plaza Cleaners ,......,A,....... Plaza Fabric Center ...,............,.. Wayne Putman Concrete Contractor .,.... Quicksall Pryor Co. .....,..A,....,,,. . Radio Lab .,.........A....AA..A Reeves ....,....A...A..... Repairzit Shop .......A....... Ricketts Butcher Supply Co. ,..,A . Risinger 61 Tipton Machine Shop . Rix Funeral Home ................,... Dale Robbins Auto .....A,...,.A. Robert's Bicycle 8r Repair Shop ...A Roberts Studio ...........A... Roberts Super Market A....... Robinson Cleaners ...... Rodgers Radio Sr TV .A.A Rushing Drug ..,....A S 8r H Food Store .A. S St Q Clothiers A.A..,... Sanford Agency ,A...,A.... Scoggin-Dickey Buick Co. .,..... . Sears-Roebuck 61 Co. ..A..,A.... . Security Life 61 Accident Co. ..... . Sellers-Iondahl-jenkins Furniture Co. .... . 268 267 254 253 280 277 275 297 268 259 268 291 271 255 268 287 294 267 267 297 282 272 249 304 278 295 296 298 252 251 287 266 277 301 293 278 252 262 259 271 248 273 252 275 289 287 307 256 296 261 304 262 266 254 268 276 258 267 265 I 1 I 1 A -4-.fe Senior High Barber Shop . . 7 Til 11 Food Store ...... Sherrod Hardware Co. . . i Sides Printing Co. .,... . Sikes Grocery 61 Market . , Simmons Agency CThel .4.. Snook 61 Aderton, Inc. . . , . Snowhite Bakeries .........., Sound Photo Equipment Co., Inc. Southern Auto Stores ..... Southwest Motor Sales ..., Southwestern Public Service Co. Spears Furniture ....,....... Sport Center ,............... Spud-Nut Shop .r....... Ray W. Steele Grocery c.., Stephenson Jack Co. , . . . Stovallls Food Store . . . Sunset Meat Market ..... Superette Food Store .... Tate Poultry 61 Egg .i.... G. W. Tate Service Station . . . Tech Memorial Park, Inc. , . , . Texas Automobile Club, Inc. . . . Texas Cream Donut Shop ...... Texas Floral Co. ......,..... . Texas, New Mexico, 61 Oklahoma Coaches, Inc. .......,,.... . Texas Roofing Co. i.....i... . Thatcher Printing Co. ,.,.. . . Thomas Brothers Co. .....,. . Thomas jewelry ........... 291 264 269 256 257 276 283 272 262 291 285 287 299 292 248 304 267 271 300 275 252 249 286 297 252 267 268 259 249 250 296 Thomas Personnel Service . . Three Manueles Cafe ..,. Tile 81 Supply Co. i......... . TIME, Inc. Freight Lines ,..... Town 81 Country Barber Shop .... Town 81 Country Beauty Salon . . . Town 81 Country Gifts ......... Tru-F ab Metal Products ...... Tru-Value Shop ,.....,.. Tubb's Reproduction Co. . . . Varsity Barber Shop ...,., Varsity Book Store i..i.., Veazey Cash Lumber Co. . . . Village Mill .....,...,,.. Vogue Beauty Shop .........i,,... Leroy Waggoner 81 Co. .........,. . Watson Furniture Co. 61 Watson Studio David C. Weaver Grain Co. .....,.. . Webis Shoe Shop ...........,..... Welders Supply of Lubbock, Inc. . . . lack M. West Lumber Co. .,.... . West Texas Oxygen Co. .....,... . West Texas School Supply Co., Inc. . . Western Fire 81 Indemnity Co. .... , Womack s .............,..... Womble Olds .......,,,..., Wood Furniture Co. .,... . Woodlock Furniture Co. . . . Woody Tire Co. ..,...., . Zaleis Iewelry Co. ...... , Zeh's Auto Repair Shop ..,, Zesto of Lubbock ....,... wif? 15411 ' Wfjffyw TMMV Adams, Don 56, 196 Adkisson, Barbara 56 Airhart, Valencia 56, 193 Aker, Kaye 56, 177 Akins, Charles 56, 180 Alexander, J. C. 56 Alexander, Maxine 56 Allan, Annez, 56, 183 Allday, Jimmy 56, 162 Allen, Dave 56, 235 Allen, Don 56 Alls, Linda 56 Ambum, J. L. 56 Andrews, Caroline 56 Armstrong, Frances 56 Amistrong, Mona 57, 163 Amold, Lexie Ann 57 Arnold, Mike 57 Arrington, Jerry 57 Ashby, John 57 Austin, Craig 57 Autry, Paula 57 Axtell, Florence 57, 163 Aycock, Beth 312 Baker, George 57, 312 Baker, Marlene 57, 163, 311 Balentine, Eddy 57 Bankhead, Sherry 57 Bannister, Toni 55, 57, 151, 155, 163, 190, 191 Barley, Kay 57, 163, 244, 311 Bames, Joan 245 Bartlett, De Velva 57, 177, 206 Bateman, Jimmy 57, 187 Batton, Barbara 57, 148, 163, 168, 191, 198, 312 Baze, Ted 57 Beard, John 58 Bearden, Harlan 58, 194 Bedford, Shirley 58, 174 Beesinger, Glenora 58 Belcher, Jeanette 58, 187 Belk, Doris 58 Bellah, Charlie 58 Benton, Arlyss 58, 176 Benton, Jimmy 58 Berly, Jimmy 58, 212, 213 Bertram, Vonseth 58 Bessent, Jerry 58, 199 Bethune, Elza 311 Billington, Vicky 58, 180 Bird, Tommy 58 Bishop, Joyce 58 Black, Delphine 58 Black, Nancy 58 Blankenship, Carolyn 29, 58, 177 Bond, Dorothy 59, 163 Boyce, Ella 59 Boyd, Barry 59 Boyd, Charles 59 Boyd, Gayle 59, 160, 161 Boyd, Robert 59 Bradford, Betty 59, 163, 311 Brady, David 59, 162 Branson, Mildred 59, 88, 193 Bray, Virginia 59, 177 Briggs, Tony 59, 174, 242 Brock, Marsha 59, 151, 161, 198 Senior Bumam, Kay 26, 29, 55, 60, 160, 161, 176, 190 Butler, Beth 60, 193 Byers, Phil 60 Caddel, Carroll 60, 203 Camell, Shirley 60 Carter, Ray 60, 160, 161 Cartwright, Shirley 60, 177 Cassell, Emory 60, 239 Cates, A. V. 60, 181 Caviness, Roma 60, 150, 174, 180, 181, 312 Cecil, Keith 9, 55, 61 Chance, Sally 61, 158 Chavez, Luis 61 Chick, Sharon 61, 88, 148, 151, 161 Childs, Comelia 61, 177 Clark, Charles 61, 214 Cleveland, Raymond 61 Cline, Mike 61, 312 Cobb, Tom 61, 187 Cole, Richard 61, 214 Collins, James 61 Collins, Howard 61 Collier, James 61, 89 Colvard, Jo Ann 61, 199 Combs, Delton 61, 196 Conditt, Leora 61 Condray, Margaret 61, 176, 180, 312 Cook, Bill 61 Cope, Jimmy 62, 240 Cox, Betty Ruth 62 Cox, Clarence 62, 204 Cox, Jack 62 Cox, Wyvonne 62, 148 Crabtree, Yvonne 62 Cravens, Suzie 62 Crawford, Sylvia 62 Creson, Liz 24, 62, 88, 168, 176, 180, 181, 190 Crockett, Garland 62 Cromer, Martha 62, 174, 177 Crouch, Sandra 62, 163 Culp, Wayne 62, 164, 168, 177, 181, Cure, Charles 62, 312 Dahnke, La Nelle 62 Damron, Ollie 62 Dane, Bill Boyd 62, 168 Daniel, Don 62 Davis Davis Davis Davis , Aubrey 63, 196 Davis, , Jerry 63, 311 , Nancy 63, 148 Davis, , Tommy 63 Carol Ann 63 Patricia 63, 163, 177 Dawson, George 24, 63, 160, 161, 18 Day, Roy 63, 151, 152, 161, 215 Dean, Nancy 63, 184 Delaney, Carole Jean 25, 63, 159, 160, 176, 178 Dennis, Kenneth 63 Dennis, Nancy 63, 176 Dickson, Karen Sue 63, 160, 161 Dickinson, Lee 63 Dorsey, Pat 63, 158 Dudley, Joe Ann 64 Dudley, Sandra 64, 164, 177, 246 Dunn, Mary 64 Dunn, Warren 64, 159 207 4, 224 Brown Brown Brown Brown, , Donald 59, 239 , Donnie 60 Brown, Bobby 59, 164, 177, 201 Clarence 59, 213 Jeanne 60, 177 Blmton, Johnny 60 Burke, Blane 60 Early, Dale 64 Eves, Jeanne 64 Edward, Doris 64, 89 Edwards, Dorothy 64 Edwards, Kenneth 64 Edwards, Tommy 64, 194, 312 Edwards, Wilma 64, 148 Ellis, Carolyn 64 Ellis, David 64 Ellis, Frances 64 Estes, Richard 24, 64, 176, 177, 184, 225, 242 Evans, Janice 64, 161 Exum, Don 65 Falls, Wanda 65, 168, 180 Farris, Jeannette 65, 47 Fawcett, Dean 65, 235 Feathers, Jane 25, 65 Fenley, Bobby 65, 164, 168 Fifer, Julia 65, 164, 188 Flake, Ashley 65 Flint, Joan Houston 312 Followill, Martha 65, 312 Ford, Davis 65, 215, 312 Fowler, Wendell 65 Fox, A. G. 65, 117, 194 Francis, Suzettes 191 French, Mary Frances 65 Frisbie, Elaine 65 Fry, Jimmy 65 Gallimore, Charles 65, 160, 195 Gann, Jerry 65 Gamer, Gary 65 Garrett, Reagan 66 Garrison, Gehrig 66, 215, 235 Garza, Dinah 163 Gentry, Arthur Joe 66 Gibson, Tony 23, 66 Gilliam, Charles 66 Goad, Sara 66, 164 Graham, Fem 66, 158 Granes, Anthony 66 Graves, Jean 66 Gray, Faye 66, 312 Green, Edna Lou 66 Green, Eugene 66 Greenlee, Martha 66 Greeg, Nona 66 Gregory, Billy 66 Groves, Ilene 66 Gryder, Dan 66 Hagy, James 66 Halford, Larry 67, 169, 180, 181 Halford, Sue 67, 163 Hall, James 67, 195 Ham, Mickey 67 Hamilton, La Vida 67 Hamilton, Yvonne 67, 163, 312 Hand, David 67, 88, 236 Harber, Troy 67, 216, 236 Harrington, Vema 67, 311 Harris, Bob 164 Hasie, Monte 67, 226, 229, 230, 235 Hass, Myrle 67, 312 Hatchett, Lloyd 67 Hatley, Jon 67, 164 Haygood, Bobby 236, 237 Hayslip, Martha 67, 197 Head, Frank 67 Henderson, Jerome 68 Henderson, Jim 68, 89, 215, 216, 311 Hendrick, Sherry 68 Herod, Joy 24, 29, 54, 68, 150, 164, 1 180, 190, 192 Herring, Nancy.68, 177 Harrington, Vema 164 Hester, Wendell 68, 226, 229, 230 Hewett, Billy 68, 198, 208 Hicks, Dennis 68 Higginbotham, Glenn 68, 160, 235 74, 177 Higinbotham, Jan 68 Hill, Claudette 68, 300 Hill, James 68 Hill, Sondra 68, 164 Hodge, Amos 68 Hogan, Jim 68, 196 Holcomb, Sarjim 69, 201 Holden, Brown 69, 156, 184 Holder, Rose Mary 68 Hollars, John 69, 168 Hollers, J. M. 69 Holley, Buddy 69, 196 Holten, Stella 69 Hopkins, Jerry 69, 246 Hom, Van 69 Hostick, Jerry 69, 236 House, Jack 69, 168, 180 Howard, James 69, 311 Howard, Joyce 69 Hudson, Iva Nell 69 Hufstedler, Sue 69, 148 Hughey, Bobby 69 Humphrey, Sue 4, 69, 89, 156, 178 Humphreys, Ann 69, 158, 174, 180, Humphreys, Jimmy 70 Huneke, Carlton 70 Hunt, Med 70, 181, 217 Hutton, Douglas 70, 168, 169, 181, 207 Ingram, Glenda 70, 159, 177 Ingram, Janice 70, 197 Jackson, Norma 70 Jacobs, Wayne 70, 148, 196 James, Carol 70, 163, 174 Janes, Bonnie 70 Janeway, Gerald R. 70 Jenkins, Maureen 70, 164 Jenkins, Roy 70 Johnson, Jo 70 Johnson, Lonnie 70, 235 Johnson, Naomi 70, 152, 164 Johnston, Dan 70, 192 Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones, , Betty Ann 70 , George 71 ,Janet 71, 148, 177, 182, 201 , Jerry 71 , Melva 71, 177 Nancy 71, 200 Kaplan, Ken 71, 169, 181, 236, 311 Keesee, Delwin 71 Kendrick, Irma 71 Kennedy, Mary Lou 71, 163, 312 Ken, Don 23, 71, 146, 155, 161, 167 Key, Chuck 71, 226, 227 Key, Robert 71, 161, 185 Kieschnick, Joy 71, 197 Knight, Patsy 71, 159, 177 Koen, Rose Nell 71, 163 Kristinek, Ernest 72, 160 Kuhn, Danelle 72 Kyle, Shirley 72 Lacewell, Gary 72, 194 Lakey, Barbara 72 Lamb, Delores 72 Lane, Janice 72, 163 Lane, Jo Alice 72 Lang, June 72, 163 Langston, Ellenor 72, 163 Lawrence, Butch 26, 55, 7 Lawrence, Charles 72, 235 Laymance, Baxter 72 Ledbetter, Jay 72 Ledwig, Don 72 Leftwich, Carolyn 73, 312 Leftwieh, Rose 180 190, 191 2, 89, 161,226,229 Leonard, Richard 73 Lewelling, Jackie 73 Lewelling, Jessie Merele 73, 311 Lewis, Sarah 73, 246 Lokey, Bruce 73 Long, Ted 73, 165 Love, Mac 73 Loving, Malcom 73 Lowrimore, Bill 73, 221 Lowrimore, Joan 47, 73 Luther, Jay 73 McGowen, Shirley 73 McGruie, Echo 73, 160, 161, 177 McLaughlin, Jimmy 24, 54, 74, 218 McMullen, Neil 23, 55, 74, 214, 218, 235 McNeal, Homer 74 Maas, Carolyn 74, 311 Macon, Max 74, 161 Manning, Toni Sue 41, 74 Marshall, Gene 74 Martin, Gerald 74, 150, 161 Massey, Alton 74 Maynard, Loredda 74 Mayne, Bobby 74 Meador, Don 74 Medders, Linda 74 Medley, Frank 74 Medley, Gene 74, 161, 198 Merrick, Barbara 74, 177 Merriman, Larry 55, 74, 151, 177, 192, 226, 231, 246 Miller, Duane 74, 180 Millsap, Dick 75 Milner, Landra 75, 197 Mimms, Jackie 75, 167, 221 MOH-in, A. 1. 75 Montgomery, Bob 196, 311 Moore, Ray 75, 157, 161, 178, 182 Morahan, Joe 75, 164 Morris, Phil 75 Morris, Sue 75, 180, 161, 311 Morris, Zoe 75, 163 Morrow, Jean 75, 311 Muenzler, Fred 75 Murdock, Cary 75 Myrick, Margaret 75, 200 Naylor, Joe 75, 236 Nelson, Orville 222 Newsom, Dean 75 Noble, Steve 51, 76, 159, 177, 178, 211, 2 Noe, Betty 76 Nolan, Bill 76, 160, 236 Nowell, Bettye 76, 174, 176 Oglesby, Jimmie 76 Osbome, Mack 76, 154, 168, 169, 180 Owen, Lloyd 76 Owens, Gail 76, 163 Page, Ray 76 Palmer, Pat 76, 164 Parrack, Edrin 76, 168, 188 Parrish, Camille 76 Patrick, Beverly 76, 196 Patterson, Nelda 76, 163 Patterson, Patsy 76 Patterson, Willard 77, 312 Peak, Prentiss 77, 160, 168, 181 Pendley, Ann 55, 77, 190, 191, 192 Pepper, Sharla 9, 23, 77, 55, 154, 168, 181, 190, 191 Petty, John 77, 196 Petty, Sally 77 Petty, Thomas 77 Phillips, J. C. 77 Pierce, Janis 26, 77, 148, 174, 177, 190 Pigford, Bette 77, 158 Pilkinton, Gary 77 Pillars, Charlsey 77 Pinkard, Robert 77, 311 Pipkin, Jane 77, 177 Poe, Jenny Lynn 77 Pollard, Joan 77, 159, 177, 178 Pool, T. A. 77 Pope, James 77 Pope, Savem 78 Portwood, Dana 78, 164, 188 Posy, Jim 78 Powell, Carole 78, 311 Price, Bill 78 Price, Tommy 78, 246 Proctor, Melinda 78 Pruett, Dale 25, 78, 197 Rainer, Pat 9, 23, 24, 29, 78, 146, 150, 158 167, 177, 190 Rainey, Robert 78 Rankin, Mack 78,1312 Rattisseau, Wayne 78 Rasco, Reva 78, 174, 311 Ray, Mary 78 Reagor, Tommy 78 Reasonover, Robert 78 Reed, Joy 78, 163 Reeves, Bradford 26, 79, 148, 177 Rigney, David 79, 150, 161, 169, 181, 198 Roberts, Albatene 79 Roberts, Cathlene 79 Roberts, Norma Jo 79, 177, 184 Robertson, Ronnie 79, 184 Rochelle, Sara 79 Rodgers, Thomas 79, 158, 203 Rogers, Shirley 79 Rohe, Pat 79 Ross, Mildred 79 Rudolph, Harrell 79 Rutfner, Barbara 79 Rutledge, Betty 79, 152 Rutledge, Ray Lee 79, 177 Sanders, Bob 80, 161 Sandy, Bill 80, 164, 177, 189 Sartor, Edwin 80 Scales, Dick 80 Scales, Morris so, 226, 227, 235 scott, Joan so, 244 Sewell, Tommy 80 Sharp, Mary Ann 80, 165, 176, 246 Shaw, Charlene 311 Shaw, R. C. 80 Shaw, Walter 80 Shelby, Tom 80 Shelton, Carolyn 80, 163 Sherrill, Sandra 80, 148, 150, 169, 181 192 Shipp, Jerry 80 Shropshire, Iva Sue 80, 148, 163 Sides, Jerry 81, 311 Sikes, Paul 81 Simmons, Tommy 81 Sims, Jacquenet 81 Skibell, Sam 81 Skinner, Yvonne 81, 151, 160, 164, 1 Smart, Joe 81 Smith, Bobby 81, 235, 240 Smith, Diana 81, 88, 150, 160, 246 Smith, Elaine 81, 180 Smith, La Rue 81 Smith, Lilbum 81, 158, 178 Smith, Lloyd 81 1 Smith, Paula 81, 51, 178 Smith, Ronald W. 81 Snodgrass, Jerrell 81, 55, 226 229 Sparks, Bill 81, 153, 159, 177, 178 Sparks, Marie 81, 193 6 8 196 SD31'kS, Sammie 82 Tunnell, Roy 83, 246, 312 Sparks, Ted 82 Turner, Juanice 83, 177 SPGUCS, 1efTY Ann 82 Tumer, Hoy 84 ,177 Spinks, Barbara 82, 161, 160, 184, 187 Tyner, Bobby 84 Spuhler, Karl 82 Wilkinson, Norma 85 Wilkison, Billy 85 Williams, Elizabeth 85, 88 Williams, Gayle Rea 85, 160 Williams, Lan'y 85 Stanley, Jan 82, 164, 311 Usgery, Bennie 84 Stanley, Pat 82, 168, 181, 312 Stanton, Sam 82, 187 Starr, Nelson 82 Stasney, Harry 82, 165 Van Norman, Jo Ann 47, 84, 163, 311 Vaughn, Joyce 84 Vaughter, Sam 24, 84, 164, 165, 168 Williams Williams Williams, Williams, 1 1 Phil 35, 151, 221, 235, 311 Sam 86 Sue 86 Terry 86 Williamson, Catma 23, 26, 86, 88, 146, 191 190 Stevens Wallis, Pat 84, 163, 311 Steen, Fred 82 Steger, Joe 82 Stephen, Frances 82, 161, 177 Stephenson, Tex 82 on, Kenneth 82 , 183 Stogner, Charles 82, 88 Stovall, Larry 82 Strandtman, Lamar 82, 236 Stroud, Phyllis 83, 164 Suddeth, Barbara 83, 174 Summers, Jerry 83, 177 Tankersley, Don 83 Tapp, Carolyn 24, 29, 43, 55, 83, 156, 176, 178, 184 Tarlton, Barbara 83 Taylor, Mary Lee 83 Taylor, Willis 83, 201 Thompson, Archie 83 Thrush, Joyce 25, 33, 156, 177,178 313 Tillery, Don 83 Victory, Sara Ann 84 Waite, Claudette 84 Waller, Gloria 29, 84, 158, 177, 178 Ward, Frank 84 Ward, Janell 84 Watson, Antionette 84 Webb, Burl 84 Webb, Roy 25, 84 Weir, Tommy 85, 220, 235 Welch, Bob 85, 235 Wells, Bennett 85 West, J-No 85, 164, 311 White, Hershell 85, 312 White, Hulon 85, 165 White, Margaret 85 Whitly, Charles 165 Whitworth, Marilyn 85 Wiedeman, Carol 85, 157 , Wiesen, Richard 85 Tfpcfsf lack 83 Wiley, sarah 35, 163 T15 6 2 Jem 83, 39 1 Wilk, sendra 35, 158 I 7 1 K M196 s Juanlt 9 s Baldwin, Lanell 95 Bankhead, Royce 95 Banks, Linda 95 Williamson, Frank 86, 177 Willingham, Ava 86, 176 Willis, Anne 86, 312 Wilson, Charles E., Jr. 86, 164, 208 Wilson, Frances 43, 86, 156 will Q6 aww 3 2 Q17 1, 1 rs A 'rn rt94 17, Alexander, B' 223 Allen, Arc 'e 94, 22 Allen, Nancy 94, Allison, Gary 94 ,J d 12 Adam ra I Adam She OXU Allison, Jerry 9 , 189 64 Anderson, Ben 94 Anderson, Marcia 94 Andrews, Earl 94 Anthis, Tommy 94, 164 Anthony, Joe 212 Armstrong, Marvin 94, 161 Amett, S. C. 37, 94, 157, 312 Asbill, David 94 Asbill, Luzell 94, 163 Austin, Deanna 94, 163 Austin, Joel 94, 212 Axtell, Walter 94 Ayers, Janice 94, 163 Ayers, Jo Ann 94 Barclay, Ann 95, 117, 160 Barfoot, Becky 95, 200 Barkley, Barbara 95, 160, 177 Barnett, Bamie 95 Bamette, Joanna 95, 163 Baxter, Patricia Ann 95 Beal, Jack 312 Bean, Sandra 95 Bearden, Martha 95, 244 Beck, Bobby 95 Becker, Sonja 95, 183, 206 Beesinger, Leon 95 Begey, Charlene 95, 312 Bell, Ann 95, 118 Benson, Martin 95, 207 Benton, Robert 95, 212, 235 Bethune, Leon 95 Bird, Keith 95 Black, Barbara 95 Blackford, Ken 93, 95, 118, 177, 232, 236, 242 Blackstock, Tom 95 Wilson, Suzanne, 4, 25, 29, 86, 156, 177, 178 Wimberly, Joan 86 Witt, Beverly 86, 193 Witty, Charles 86 Wofford, Mike 160, 221 Wolf, Viva 86, 311 Wolfe, Wade 86, 89, 227, Woolam, Gerald 87, 120, Wooten, Bobby 87 Wossum, Evelyn 98, 87 Wright, Pat 87 Wright, Phyllis 87, 177 Yocum, David 87 Young, Joyce 87 Young, Mary 87 Yuzbick, Eddie 87 Blackwood, Rose Ann 95 226, 236 176, 189, 164, 168 Blair, Jackie 95, 169, 180, 200 Boggus, Don 95 Boone, Dalvin 96, 189, 164, 168 Boothe, Jo Marie 96, 159, 176, 207, 311 Boren, Rila 96 Boswell, Frances 96 Boudstou, Mike 223 Boyce, Wanda Jo 49, 96, 177 Boyd, Jeaunene 96 Boyd, Sandra 96, 160, 312 Bradley, Oneta 96 Breazeale, Lucretia 96, 118, 156 Brewer, Gwynelle 96 Brewer, James 96, 222 Brewer, Juanece 96 Brittingham, Yvonne 96 Brock, Garland 96, 162 Brock, Gladys 96, 163 Brown, Bobby 96, 168 Brown, Dan 96 Brovsm, Elizabeth 96, 116 Brown, Roberta 96 Brovlm, Ronine 96 Bryant, Dewey 93, 96, 21 Buchanan, Barry 96, 312 2, 215, 217, 236, 237 Buck, Allan 96 Burgess, Bob 96, 152 Burleson, James 97 Bums, Ronald 160, 161 Buzbee, Joann 97 Byms, Andrea 97, 212 Caflee, Jolene 97, 159, 176, 184 Cain, Kathleen 97 Campbell, Peggy 97 Cannady, Rosemary 97 Carnes, Nina 97, 174 Carter, Royce 97 Cash, Claude 97 Cathey, Don 97, 214, 236 Catt, Joy 97 Cauthen, Jan 97, 163 Chapa, Alice 97 Chappell, Linda 97, 148, 160, 177, 198 Chatman, James 97, 89 Chavez, Amelia 97, 211 Chick, Jody 97 Clark, Gail 97 Clark, Nettie Jo 97 Clements, Gwynne 97 Clifton, Mary Anne 97 Cline, Bill 97 Cloyd, Clydene 97 Cocroft, Kelly 97, 164 Cole, Anne 97, 160, 204 Cole, Kay 97 Collins, Carol 97 Cooper, Gordon 311 Cone, Carolyn 98 Couk, Charles 98 Couk, Donna 23, 98, 118, 161, 152 Courtney, Evelyn 98 Cox, Joe 98, 214 Craft, Beverly 98, 164 Crawford, Nancy 98 Crosby, Nanette 98, 117, 118, 156, 204, 242 Cross, Lowell 98, 164, 168, 177, 189 Crump, DeLoma 98 Cummings, Kenny 41, 93, 98, 164, 168, 176, Cunningham, Cameron 98, 223, 311 Cunningham, Prentiss 98 Dane, Freddie 98, 164, 312 Daniel, Milton 98, 215 Dannecker, Max 98 Davidson, Beth 93, 98, 154 Davis, Bobby 98 Davis, Jim Tom 98, 164 Davis, Preston 98, 226, 227, 229 Davis, Virginia 98, 163 Dawson, Mary V. 98, 155, 161, 184, 198 Dean, Bill 23, 98, 142, 146, 148, 235, 312 Deatherage, Allen 245 Deering, Gordon 93, 98, 148, 159, 185, 236 Denison, Richard 98, 312 Dennison, Shannon 98, 236 Denson, Virginia 98, 177 Diaz, Irma 98 Dickinson, Gail 99 Dillard, W. B. 99 Dobbs, Larry 117 Donald, Robert 99 Dorsey, Jimmy 99 Doss, Linda 99 Dowell, Verdell 99 Dovims, Bill 99, 164 Dudley, Alyce 99, 312 1 Duke, Jimmy 99, 312 Duncan, Evangeline 99 Duncan, Jean 99 Duncan, Joyce 99, 311 Dunn, Elouise 99 Dunn, John 99, 208 Durham, Nan 99, 177 Earp, Dorris 99, 311 Eaton, Barbara 99 Eaves, Myma 99 Eby, James 99, 202, 245, 311 Eddleman, Don 99, 232 Edens, Bertha 99 Edwards, Barbara 99, 199 Edwards, David 37, 99, 118 Edwards, Wayne 99 Edwards, William 311 Elder, Tommie 100, 163 Eldridge, Beverly 100 Elliott, Keith 100 Ellis, Ronald 100 Escobar, Clara 100 Etter, Jerry 100 Ewing, Doyle 100, 236 Feathers, Lynn 100 Fields, Helen 100 Fields, Troy 100 Finley, Olan 100 Fisher, George 161 Flowers, Nora Jean 100, 312 Forrest, Darrell 100 Foster, Carol 100 Fowler, Darlene 100 Fowler, Dolores 100 Fowlkes, Lavonda 100 Franklin, Jerry 100 Frazier, Kay 100, 312 Fread, James 196 French. Fredda Lee 100 Fry, Mile 100 Fuller, Fleur 100, 177 Gafford, Helen 100 Galindo, Irma 100, 116, 163 Gallihugh, Lavada 180 Galloway, Tommy 93, 100, 154, 169, Galyon, Truman 100 Gamblin, Lonita 100 Gass, Rado 100 Gatlin, Shirley 101 Gaunt, Sharron 101 Gholson, Wesley 101 Gibbs, Jack 101, 162, 174 Gibson, Billy 101, 236 Gibson, Lyda 101, 312 Gist, Jack 101 Glasgow, Quenell 101 Glazner, Jene 101, 202, 311 Glover, Teddy 101 Goedeke, Nancy 101 Gollihugh, Lavada 101 Goodwin, Marilyn 101 Gordon, Ann 101, 117, 146, 157,202 Gott, Earlene 101, 156, 313 Grant, Jane 101, 116, 155 Graves, Frances 101, 312 Graves, Gordon 101, 118, 177, 185 Gray, Gene 101 Green, Elyse 101 Green, Frances 101 Greene, David 101 Greer, Shirley 101 1 Greve, Margaret 101, 312 Grizzle, Lee 102 Gschwend, James 102 Guess, Roberta 102 Gunter, Peggy 164,311 Hadaway, Charlene 102, 196 Halcomb, Dorothy 102 Hall, Bil ly 102 Hall, James 102 Hallahan, Peggy 102, 181 Hammett, Harold 102, 174, 177, Hancock, Bob 102, 118, 161 Hancock, Jim 102 Hardy, Kenneth 102 Harger, Merlyn 102 Harper, Robert 102, 160, 236 Harris, Anita 102 Han'is, Bob 102. 162, 168 Harris, Deanne 102 Harris, Glenda Kay 9, 102, 148 Harris, June 102 Hartsfield, Gaither 102, 206 Hayden, Juanita 311 Hembree, Mary 102 Henderson, Elwanda 102 Henderson, Joanie 102 Henderson, Sandra 102 185 Hendrix, Sandra 93, 103, 117, 157, 163 Hermann, John 103 Herrin, Robert 103, 216 Hester, Byron 103, 223 Hewett, Keith 103, 160, 199 Hickey, Emanda 103 Hicks, Neal 103 Higgs, Doyle 103 Hilbum, Lawana 103 Hilbum, Leora 103 Hill, Rob 103, 164, 235 Hilton, Delman 103, 217 Hobbs, Darold 103, 162 Hobbs, Joe 103 Hobbs, Venita 103 Hobgood, Carolyn 103, 117 Hodges, Dale 103, 206, 312 Hogan, Lillian 103 Hogue, Don 192, 200, 213, 214, 2 Holbert, Melba 103 Holly, Kay 103 Holmes, Bobby 103 Holmes, Madeline 103 Holt, Glen 103, 312 Hopp, Wesley 103, 160, 246, 312 Hopson, Fred 103 Horn, Jack 103 Housour, Henry 103 Houston, Margie 103 Howard, Charlene 104, 244, 312 Howard, Morgan 104 Hudgens, Gloria 104 Hudgins, Pete 104 Humphrey, Joe 104, 160 Hunter, Royce 104, 181 Hutcherson, Pat 104 Ingley, Allen 311 Jackson, Jimmy 104 Jackson, John 104 Jackson, Norma 104 Jacobus, James, J Carolyn 104, 176 ohn 104, 232 James, Joyce 104, 164, 168 Jennings, Aretta 104, 177 17, 235 Jobe, Janis 104, 312 Johnson, El Voyne 104 Johnson, Robert 41, 104, 312 Johnson, Suzanne 104 Joiner, Cary 104, 164, 168 Jolly, Kenneth 104 Jones, Allen 104, 207 Jones, Clydene 104 Jones, Gail 104, 312 Jones Jones Jones , Jerry 104 , Leon 105 , Richard 105 , Sheila 105, 312 ,Mary 105,311 Jones Joplin, Bobbie 105 Jordan Jordan, Pat 105 Keener, Barbara 105 Kelley, David 105, 117 Kelly, Hubert 105, 312 Kelly, Nan 105, 120, 161, 166, 312 Kelly, Nick 105 Kendrick, Earlene 105 Kerr, Karen 105 157, 203, 204, 242 Kerr, Lora 105, 157, 177, 184 Ketron, Cary 105, 218 Key, Bonnie 105, 161 Key, Karen 37, 105, 156, 177, 191, 202 Key, Martha 105 Kight, Margaret 105 Kinard, Ronnie 105, 165 King, John 105, 195, 312 Kitchen, Peggy 105 Kohler, Carol 105, 157 LaMance, Wanda 105 Lambert, Barbara 105 Lambert, Owinelle 105, 177 Lamkin, Hardin 153 Lamkin, Lawrence 194 Lang, Charlotte 105 Law, Pat 105 Lawrance, Amedia 164 Leaverton, Carol 106, 312 Lee, Ann 106 Lemon, Bobbie 106, 164, 168, 208 Lemon, Ronald 106, 165, 168, 177, 18 Leon, Linda 106, 312 Lester, Felicia 106 Lemance, Baxter 178 Lewis, Vema Mae 106, 163 Linderman, Pat 106 Liner, Kay 93, 106, 163, 311 Lingle, Van 106 Lipps, Jimmy 106 Loflin, Reed 106, 223 Lokey, Mary 106, 177 Lott, Carol 106 Lowrance, Ameloria 106, 188 Lowrimore, Don 106, 116, 222 Lusk, Tommy 106, 184, 240 Lynch, Marion 106 Lynn, Whitford 106 McCallon, Louise 106 McCand1ess, Llewellyn 106, 163 McClain, Leo 106, 200 McClure, Sandra 106 McDaniel, Roy 106, 223 McDonald, Mike 106, 222 McElroy, Jan 106 McEntire, Bobby 106 McFarland, Jerry 166 McGee, Patrick 107 McLaughlin, Donna 107, 148 McNeil, Dwain 107 McNeil, Leslie 107, 161, 312 9, 311 Magar, Dorothy 107 Mahon, Sally 107 Maloney, Betsy 107 Mansell, Susan 107, 116, 117, 148 Marion, Sybil 107, 117, 163 Marshall, Peggy 107 Matthews, Pat 107, 163 Mauldin, Malvin 107, 148, 165, 176 Mnyfinld, Mary 107, 164, 188 Mead, James 107 Milbum, Martha 162, 197 Miller, Arthur 107, 239, 312 Miller, Phyliss 107 Miller, Robert 107, 159 Millikin, Anne 107 Millisk, Flora 107 Mimms, Carolyn 107, 311 Moore, Sue 107, 164, 207 Morris, Mary Lou 107, 311 Morton, Janys 107, 177 Mouring, Jack 108 Mullin, Sherry 108 Myers, Bill 164, 208 Myers, Brit 108, 157, 159 Myers, Roland 108, 169, 181 Myrick, Danah 108, 205, 312 Myrick, Joyce 108, 163, 199 Narrnour, Reggie 108 Neher, Kenneth 108 Neill, Patti 108, 161 Nelms, Sarah Beth 108 Nesmith, Betty 108 Newcomb, Shirley 108 Newton, Case 164 Nixon, Eddy 108 Nixon, Katherine 108 Norman, Anna Marie 108 Normour, Reggie 164, 208 Norton, Pat 198 Nutt, Jeanette 108 O'l-larren, Pat 108 Ohlenbusch, Janelle 108, 117, 148, 157, 177, 184 Ortiz, Ruben 158, 223 Osbom, La Verne 108 Osborne, James 108, 148 Owens, Peggy Jim 108, 118, 161 Painter, Patsy 108, 118, 156, 182, 250, 252 Parker, Jackie 108 Parker, Margie 108 Paschall, Ruth 108, 312 Paterson, Bob 108 Paterson, Kay 109, 205 Payne, Virginia 109 Peek, Ludonna 109, 164 Peeples, Bobby 109 Pennington, Horace 109 Perry, A. M. 109, Perryman, Jerry 109, 205 Phillips, Earl 109 Phillips, Iris 109 Phillips, Roy 109 Pierce, Beckie 166, 169, 177, 181, 187 Pigford, Lynda 109 Pilkinton, Yvonne 109 Pinson, Cene 109, 226, 229 Poindexter, Frances 109 Polk, Bobby 109, 219, 236, 311 Porr, Marlene 109, 202 Porter, Carolyn 109, 183 Potter, Melba 109 Powell, Joan 109, 311 Poynor, Haney 109, 197 Poynor, Marlin 109, 197 Price, Eugene 117 Price, Jacque 93, 109, 117 Pruitt, Lou Ann 109 Purtell, Ronald 110 Puryear, Bobby 110 Putma n, Jayne 110, 206 Rainery, Billy 110 Rackley, Jackie 110 Ramey, Manda Lou Hoi 206 Ramirez, Enock 110 Rangel, Joe 110, 223 Rankin, Elaine 110, 312 Rasco, Claytus 110 Rather, Hesta 110 Ratliff, Jimmy 110, 164, 163 Reyes, Daniel 110 Rhea, Hud 110 Riddle, Bill 41, 110, 164 Riggs, Rita 110, 245 Roberts, John 110, 222 Robertson, Mack 92, 110, 118, 164 Robertson, Oris 110 Robertson, Ralph 110, 197 Robinson, Margie 110 Rodgers, Robert 110, 239 Rose, Annette 110, 156 Rose, Margaret 110 Rumsey, Non'is 111 Rutledge, Sandra 111, 312 Sanders, Patricia 111 Sandy, Judy 111, 161, 176 Schlegel, Phyllis Ann 111, 163 Schulgen, Barbara 111 Seay, Rita 111, 158, 177 Selby, Shari 111, 163 Sewell, Robert 111, 160 Seymour, Yvonne 111 Shamburger, Tommy'111, 164 Shawver, Jane 111, 148, 176, 180, 182 Shawver, Jean 111, 157, 163, 176 Sherrod, Sandra 111,184, 187, 198 Shipley, Sara 111 Shipp, Gloria 111 Shoemaker, Beverly 111 Simmons, Sarah 9, 93, 111, 117, 148, 159, 176, 198 Simpson, Edwin 111 Sinclair, Butch 111 Smith, Charlene 111 Smith, Dean 111 Smith, Helen 111, 117, 159, 176, 204, 242 Smith, La Juan 111 Smith, Lyvonda 111 Smith, Nancy 11 1 Somer s, Peggy 111,312 Southall, Margaret 111 Sparks, JaNa, 112, 117, 160 Spencer, Jimmy 112 Spradling, Leona 112, 159 Stalnaker, Eugene 112 Standifer, Wyvonne 112, 244 Stanley, Dale 112, 223, 236 Stanton, Jackie 112 Staples, Tommy 112 Starke y, Amelia 112, 116, 312 Steele, Jane 112 Steele, Lou Ann 112 Stephens, Caroll 112, 227, 228 Starkey, Amelie 112, 116, 312 Steele, Jane 112 Steele, Lou Ann 112 Stephens, Carroll 112, 184, 226, 229 Stevens, Mike 112, 169, 181 Stimson, Barbara 112, 199 Stokes, Jerry 112 Storey, Tommye 112, 244 Stotts, Stotts, Daymon 112 Raymon 112 Strickland, Beuy 112, 193 Strader, Jane 112, 202 Sullivent, Fred 112, 195 Summer, Bobby 113, 311 Tapp, Jo Ann 113, 163, 176 Taylor, Jeanette 113, 152, 180 Taylor, Linda 93, 113, 160, 177, 192 Taylor, Lois 113, 117, 148 Temple, James 113 Templeton, Larry 113 Thomas, Damon 113 Thomas, Kay 113 Thomas, Rayford 113, 157 Thompson, Delora Jean 113 Thompson, James 113, 222 Thompson, La Trell 113 Thompson, Melba 113 Timton, Bobby 113 Tucker, Howard 113, 160, 220 Turbeville, Mary Lynn 113, 164 Tumer, Denevee 113, 157, 169, 177, 180, 184, 311, 313 Turner, Sylvia 113, 244, 312 Vaughn, Kenneth 113 Vaught, Georgetta 113, 163, Veazey, Anna Jo 113 Veitch, Joan 113 Vinson, LaVerne 113 W'ampler, June 113 Ward, Amanda 114, 198 Warren, Larry 114 Warren, Marilyn 114, 117, 1 VVartes, Ronnie 114 Waters, Dorothy 114, 312 WVatkins, Melva 114 Watson, Betsy 114 Watson, Ed 114, 232 Watson, Martha 114 Watson, Patsy Ann 114 Weaks, Jane 114, 160 Weaver, Leon 114, 148, 177 WVeaver, Mike 114 VVebb, David 114, 218, 220 Welch, Ann 114 Wells, Don 114, 246 Wells, Gary 114 Whipp, Laurel 114 White, Bob 114, 165 311 se, 174, 176, 204 Wienke, Billy 114, 236, 242 Wiley, James 114, 232 Willeford, David 114 Williams, Kenneth 232 Williams, Peggy 114 Williams, Barbara 114 Williams, Ray 221, 236, 311 Willing ham, Joyce 115 Wilson, Elizabeth 115, 159, 177 Wilson, Frank 115, 186 Wilson, Mary Sue 92, 115, 177, 190 Wilson, Mickey 115 Wilson Nancy 115 Wise, Fred 115, 222 Womack, Harold 115, 196 Womack, Norman 115, 236 Wood, Jay 115, 236 Wood, Ray 115 Woody, Dwain 115 Woody, Glenn 93, 115, 222 Wooten, Virginia 115 Worley, Janice 116, 199, 311 Wossum, Ronald 115, 165 Young, Barbara 115, 312 Young, Billy 115 Undemoodr Jem' 113'312 White, Kathy 114, 118, 153, 157, 177, 184 White, Perry 114, 222, 236 vannom, Harry 113, 208, 233, 311 whife,sue114 geh,1OYCe,Q15,31293 115 H7 190 191 Vaughan, Bob 113 Whitson, Frankie 114 Oumas' I0 Hanna ' 1 ' ' L- JLQLEI, j el ' Ki" V' M0443 - W t"7'1f'9'M1M""'5t ?1k'i.x, 1.40. 1, J,-'C 1 X 4 rn : A H-,Q-ft, '. f" A Q ,rl .' 1 X K M uk.. 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B., Jr. 123 Bates, Gloria 123 Baxter, Bryan 123, 121, 212, 236 Beasley, Wynelle, 123 Beaty, Bill 123 Beck, Lutha 164, 188 Beevers, Carolyn 123 Bell, Gail 123 Bell, Janet 123 Benson, Reba 123 Benton, Edwin 123 Benton, Lynn 123 Berly, Courtney 123 Black, Charoletta 123, 311 Black, Dorothy 123 -Blair, Jerry 123, 213 C-,Bla.nk, Blann,hEl1y'123 Blazi, Charles 123, 148, 223 Bledsoe, Phil 164 Bloodworth, W. L. 123 Boles, Sonja 123 Bond, Billy 123 Bone, James 123 Boone, Paula 123 Boothe, Jack 123 Bowen, Billy 123 Bowles, Sue 123 Boykin, Fredia 123 Brackett, Bob 123, 162 Bradford, Eddie Joe 123, 143, 156 Bradford, Patsy 123 Brady, Terry 222 Brannon, Jerry 123 Bratcher, Hugh Gene 123 ophomores Bray, Jimmy 123 Breedlove, Dean 123, 164 Breedlove, Naomi 123 Briggs, Mike 123 Brinlee, Barbara 123 Brock, Charlotte 124 Brockmeyer, Perry 124 Browning, Jackie 124 Brunson, Susannah, 124, 162 Bryan, Paul 124 Bryant, Bobby 124 Buchanon, George 124 Burk, Johnny 124 Burnett, Celia 124 Burnett, Rolinda 124 Burnham, Judy 124 Burns, Glen 124 Burr, Richard 124 Burton, Henna 124 Bustillos, Rachel 124 Byrd, David 124 Cadwell, Jeannie 124 Cain, Larry 124 Caldwell, Wanda Sue 124 Campbell, Larry 124 Campbell, Tim 124 Campos, Eva 124 Cannon, Charlie 124 Cannon, Don 124 Caperton, Wiletha 124 Carlisle, Pat 124 Carrillo, Frank 124, 223 Carroll, Bobby 124, 232 Carroll, Roma 124 Carter, Floyd 124 Carter, Jim W. 124, 164 Carter, Ted 124 Carver, Loye 124 Casburn, Betty 124 Cashion, Mary Jane 124 Casperson, Jack 124 Cass, Joe 124 Castleberry, Clint 124, 223 Cathey, Janet 124 Catt, Kay 124, 162 Cavitt, Adrian 125 Cecil, E. W. 125, 233 Chase, Glenna 125 Cherry, Blair 125, 233 Childers, Melvin 125 Christmann, Louanne 125 Chumley, Marshall 125 ' Church, Jerry 125, 204 Church, Terry 125, 162 Clark, Beth 125 Clark, Glynn 125 Clark, Joy 125 Clark, Rodney 125 Clary, Buck, Jr. 125, 162 Cline, Ronny 125, 312 Close, Delia 125, 121 Cloud, Marvin 125 Colley, Tiwana 125 Cole, Kenneth 125, 223 Collard, Glenda 125, 162 Connelley, Pepper 125 Conner, Coleman 38, 39, 125 Cooper, Barbara 125 Cooper, Clark 125 Corum, Myran 125 Countryman, Ray 144 Courtney, Jerry 125 Cox, Darlene 125 Cox, Tommy 125 Crabtree, Leland 125 Craig, Don 125, 223 Crump, Gaye 125 Cunningham, Donald 125 Cunningham, S. M., Jr. 125 Currie, Jim 125 Dale, Suzanne 126 Daniel, Gary 126, 233, 236 Daniels, Mavis 126 Darnall, Carroll 126 Darwin, Carl 126 Datty, Randel 126 Davenport, Ned 126 Davis, Billy 126, 162 Davis, Juanita 126 Davis, Louise 126 Davis, Marilyn 126 Davis, Nancy 126, 148 immy 126 Deakins, Wendell 126, 162 Deering, James 126 Dennis, Linda 126, 148 Denton, Donald 203, 245 Denton, Nancy 121, 126, 158 Dial, Favonia 126, 162 Dietz, Dick 126 Dockray, Elsa 126 Dorsey, Eric 126, 164 Douglas, Jack 126 Douglas, Sue 126 Duckworth, Aubry 126 Dumas, Donald 126, 223 Dunn, Chuck 126 Dye, Wanda 126 Early, Barney 126 Eaves, Sandra 126 Eddlaman,.James 126 Ellis, Larry 126 English, Sharon 126 Erwin, Alice 126 Eskridge, Mary 43, 126 Estes, EH'le 126, 164 Eubank, Jerry 126 Eudy, C. L. 126 Evans, Jettie 126, 153, 204 Evans, Martha 126 Evans, Robert 126, 154, 246 Ewing, Donald 127 Ewing, Robert 127, 205 Fann, Janes H. 127 Farmer, Jimmy 127 Farmer, Mike 127, 164 Farr, Ottoma 127 F elber, Troy 127, 165 Ferree, Barbara 127 Fewell, Bernard 127 Fincher, Kathryn 127 Ffindley, Betty Ann 127 Fisher, George 127, 161 Flowers, Charles 127 Followeill, Fred 127 Forrest, Glenna Sue 127 Fowler, Bobby 127 Franks, Beth 127 Fredenburg, Frances 127 Free, Donald 127 Fretz, Don 127,223 Galloway, Bill 127 Gammill, Doyle 127, 183, 164 Gandy, Doyle.127 Garnett, Don 127 Garrett, Gentry, Gentry, George Gifrordi Arden 127, 165, 189 Terry 127, 117 Carol 127 Gloria 127 Charlene 127 Gilbert, Bobby 127 Gilliam Gilliam, Coy 127 Delilah 127 Glaze, Dale 127, 232 Gleghorn, Hope 127 Golden, Marion 127 Golding, Shannon 128 Goodwin, Carlene 128 Gordon, Anita 128, 161, 162 Gott, Mary Sue 128 Gowens, Norman 128 Graham, George 128 Graham, Jinny 128 Gray, Roy 128 Green, Charles 128 Grii'1in, Carolyn 128, 311 Grifin, Horace 128, 162, 205 Guthrie, Horace 128, 233 Haass, Bruce 128 Hagood, Beverly 128 Halbert, Craig 222 Haley, Charles 128 Halford, Dale 120, 162 Hamblett, Gus 128, 148 Hamilton, Hartwell 128 Hammack, Lynn Ellen 128 Hankins, Marialys 128, 162 Hansen, Christi 128, 162 Hardin, Wayne 203 Hardy, Sue 128 Hargrove, Johnny 128, 164 Harkness, Calvin 128 Harp, Nellie 128 Harrell, James 128 Harris, Judy 128 Harris, Lillie Mae 128 Harrison, Bobbie 128, 246 Harrison, Joe 128 Hart, Judy, 121, 128 Hartzell, Karen 128 Hastings, Scott 128 Hatton, Margie 128 Harvis, Kenneth 129 Hay, Larry 129 Haynes, Mercedes 120, 311 Haynie, Jimmy 129, 222 Hazel, La Wanda 129 Hazlewood, Robert 129 Head, Jerry 129, 216 Head, Saundra 129, 162 Headrick, Printiss 129, 162, 222 Headstream, Ann 129 Heald, Janice 129 Hebberger, Janet 129, 162 Hebberger, Robert 129, 162 Hedgcoth, Martha 129 Henderson, Joe 129, 223 Hendon, Mike 129, 311 Hendon, Pat 129 Henry, Linda 129 Henson, Billy W. 129 Henson, Bob 129 Henson, Bonnie 129 Henson, JoAnn 129 Herron, Patsy 129 Hewett, Ray 129 Hicks, Barbara 129 Higgs, Floyd 129 Hightower, Donald 129 Hill, Hillard 129 Hill, M. 121, 129, 142, 22 Hill, Rodney 129, 161, 162 Hill, Ronnie 129 Hodges, Juanell 129 Hodges, Nancy 129 Hogan, Olan 129 Hogan, Wayne 129 Holcomb, Pat 129 Holeman, Melba 129 Holland, Eddie 129 Hollars, James 129, 162, 164 Holliday, Kathleen 129 Holmes, Bill 130, 143, 239 Holmes, Douglas 130 Holmes, Richard 130 Holt, Eugene 130, 162, 223 Holton, Connie 130 Holub, E. 130, 217, 220 Hood, Dale H. 130, 161, 162 Hood, Max 232 Hood, Odie 130 Hom, Lyndel Leo 130 Howard, Dora 130 Howard, Mary Lou 130 Howell, Graydon 130 Howell, Pat 130 V Huckabee, Jimmy 130 Huddleston, Darvin 130 Huddleston, Joan 130 Hufstedler, Linda 130, 311 Hughes, Jewell 130 Hughes, Johnny 130, 223 Huneke, Rosemary 130, 243 Hunt, Don 130, 120 Hunt, Richard 130 Hutton, Evelyn 130 Iden, Lester 141 Imbordino, Montye 130 Ince, Jerry 130 Ingley, Allen 130 Inzer, Jessie 130 Irwin, Mary 141 Jackson, Carroll 130 Jackson, Wally 130, 158 James, Martha 130 Jeffcoat, Martha 130 Jenkins, Richard 130 Jervis, Helen 130 jobb,Linda121, 130, 154, 162 Jobe, Larry 130 John, Marion 131, 162 Johns, Darrell 131 Johnson, Curtis 131, 223 Johnson, G. W. 131 Johnson, Joe 131 Johnson, Norvell 131, 222 Johnson, Jolly, Ne Tim 131 lda 131 Jones, Jackie 131 Jones, Je Jones, Jo anne 131 y 131 Jones, Sharon 131 Jordan, Foster 131, 164 Jurisich, Andy 131 Kearney, Jerry 131 Keesee, Jane 131 Kelley, Linda 131 Kelly, Martha 131 Kelsey, Sam 131 Kenneda, Buddy 131 36 Kerr, Ann 131, 311 Key, James D. 131 Key, Mickey 162 Keyton, Carolyn 131, 311 Kieschnick, Gladene 131 Kimes, Richard 131 Kimmey, Betty 131, 164,188, 311 King, Don 131, 246 King, Janiece 131, 162 King, Lucille 131 Kizziar, Wayne 131 Klatt, Gail 131 Knox, Julia 131, 311 Kristene, Jerome 164 Kuykendall, Paula 131, 164 Kyle, Britton 131 Lackey, Glenda 131, 311 Lacy, Don 131 Laird, Linda 131 Lane, Gene 131 Lang, Janice 131 Lathrop, Becky Lee 131 Lawson, Buddy 132 Lea, Nelda 132 Leath, Georgia 132 Lemmond, A. 132, 222, 236 Le Mond, Sallie Jo 132, 246 Leslie, Annetta 132 Leslie, Sandra 132 Lewis, Mary 132 Lightholder, Richard 132, 162 Ligon, Leon 132 Lindsey, Darrell 132, 222 Links, Charlene 132 Livermore, Jane 132, 242 Lobstein, Johnie 132 Lofland, Joyce 132 Lokey, Geraldine 132, 164 Long, Betty 132 Long, Don 132 Long, James 132 Long, Marylan 132 Long, Tex 132 Long, Yvonne 132 Love, Ann 132 Lovell, Mary 132 Lowrance, Jerry 132 Lundy, Mike 132, 235 Lusk, Gene 132 McCafFerty, Margaret 132 Macau, Bobby 132 McCandless, Louise 132, 162 McCarty, Linda 132 McCauley, Bill 132, 148, 222 McClellan, Ronnie 132, 223 McClendon, Toby 132 McCown, Ernest 132, 222, 236 McCullough, Sue 132, 162 McDaniel, Henry 132 McDaniel, Sondra 132 McDole, Tommy 132 McDougal, Barbara 132 McElroy, Doyle 133 McElwee, Mary Alice 133, 164, 188 McGeorge, Jan 133 McGovern, Hedy 133 McKee, Milton 133, 164 McKee, Mina 133, 311 McLamore, Edgar 133, 164 McLaughlin, Jerry 133 McLaughlin, Day 133 McQueary, Joe 133, 222 Mcspadden, Gloretta 133 McWilliams, Carol 133 Mabry, Pauline 133 Mack, Scott 133, 232 Manley, Barbara 133, 162 Markham, Manon 121, 133 Marshall, Louis 133, 140, 246 Massey, Melba 133 Matsler, E. J, 133, 165 Mauldin, La Rue 133 Maxey, 133, 243 Mayfield, Elton 133, 222,237 Maynard, Preston 133 Mayne, Betty 133 Mayo, Joy 133 Mazy, Jackie 133 Medley, Martha Sue 133 Medlin, Verna 133 Meeks, Kent 133 Milburn, Roger 133 Miller, Miller, Barbara 133, 156 Barbara Jo 133, 164 Miller, Charlene 133 Miller, Billy Don 133 Miller, Nelda 133, 162 Miller, Terry 121, 134 Millican, Sabra 134 Millsap, Mike 134 Minter, Joe 134 Mitchell, Gene 134, 239 Moeser, James 134, 162, 198, 240 Moftit, Stanley 194 Mooney, Joe 134 Mooney, Joni Lou 134 Moore, Beverly 134 Moore, Charles 134, 219, 236 Moore Gene 195 Moore, Joe Billy 134, 245 Moore, Sylvia '134, 163 Moore Wendell 134 Morgan, Lynn 134, 311 Morman, Shilley 311 Morris, Marilyn 134, 162 Moseley, Charles 134 Moseley, Pat 134 Mowery, Norma 134 Mullenix, James 134 Myers, Kay 134, 156 Nail, Burton 134 Naul, Charlene 134, 162 Nelson, Sue 162 Newsom, Royce 134, 222, 236 Newton, Joreta 134, 143 Nicholas, Judy 134, 157, 311 Nixon, Gloria 134, 162 Nomian, Jerry 134 Odorizzi, Joyce 134 O'Haugherty, John M. 132, 148, 162, 185 Orr, Alice Faye 134 Ortiz, Zulema 134 Osborn, Billie 134, 143, 148, 157, 193, 202 Osborne, Billie Lou 134 Owen, Jerry 134 Owen, Peggy 134 Owen, Sandra 134 Padgett, Raymond 134 Page, Jon 134, 144, 162 Pannell, Sue 134 Park, Jay 134 Parker, Jerry 135 Parks, Shirley 135, 183 Parramore, Alvin 135, 143, 148, 162, 185 Parsons, Bob 135 Parsons, Glenda 135 Paschall, Phil 135 Patty, Randel 233 Patrick, Mare 135, 148, 162 Patterson, Leslie 135 Payne, Ann 135 Payne, John 135 Peak, Alton H. 135 Pendergrass, Don 135 Pendley, Don 135 Pendley, Phil 135, 165 Pepper, Scott 135 Perdue, C. A. 135 Perry, Pat 38, 39, 135 Pettie, Jo Ann 135 Petty, Ann 135, 162 Peveto, Mary Lynn 135 Pfingsten, Mary 135, 162 Phenix, George 135, 159 Phillips, Gary 135 Pipkin, Jimmy 135, 162 Pistole, Sarah 135, 193 Pollard, Jimmy 135 Pope, Carla 135 Pope, Leta Fern 135 Pope, Marla 135 Posey, Eric 135 Powell, Myra 135 Price, Melbia 135 Prindle, Richard 135 Pritchard, James 135 Proctor, Phoebe 135, 142 Pruitt, James 136, 311 Pruitt, Jon Mac 136 Putman, Theada 136 Quinley, Jean 136 Radford, Aubrey 164 Raines, Jane 136 Rainey, Betty 136 Randolph, Henry 136, 162 Rankin, Charlotte 39, 162 Rankin, Margaret 136 Rankin, Nancy 136 Ratisseau, Suzanne 121, 136 Ratlifi, Almeida 136 Railiif, Mike 136,223 Ray, Harvey 136 Ray, Martha Jane 136, 311 Redding, Faye 136 Reece, Shirley 136 Reed, Stanley 136 Reeves, Barbara 136 Renfroe, Delwin 121, 136, 162 Reynold, Durwood 136 Reynolds, Norman 136 Richards, Lynn 120, 136, 142, 1 Ricker, Jerry 136, 222, 312 Robbins, Naomi 136, 204 Robertson, Norma Jean 136 Robertson, Wilma 136 Robinson, Bill 136, 164 Robinson, Kathleen 136, 164 Robinson, Mike 121, 136, 162 Robnett, Willena 136, 162, 246 Rochelle, Nancy 136 Rodden, Joyce 136 Rodden, Sandra 136, 162 Rodgers, Bobby 136, 223 Rodgers, Jack 136, 222 Rogers Rogers Rogers Rogers , Patricia 137 , Peggy 137, 162 Rogers, Rogers, , Bethelyne 137, 162 Mylinda 137 Reba 137 Rosalie 137 Rohe, Gerald 137 Rountree, Nadene 137 Rowden, Ray 137 Rucker, Ben T. 137 91 Sanders, Guinn 137 Sanders, J. D. 137 Sanders, Karen 137 Sanders, Phil 137, 223 Sandifer, Lila Ann 137 Scales, Dannie 137, 246 Scales, Louie 137, 162 Scoggin, Harry 137 scott, Bill 137 Scott, Dale 137 Scroggins, Dolores 137 Seay, Jimmy 137 Seitz, Judy 121, 137 Semands, Kathleen 137 Sewell, Shirley 137 Sexton, Dorothy 137 Shannon, Betty 137 Sharp, Elizabeth 137 Sharp, Kay 137 Shelton, Ruby 137 Sherley, "Cricket" 137 Sherling, Joyce 137 Sherling, Patsy 137 Sherrill, Winn sue 137, 143, 150, 184 Sherrod, Mike 137 Shipman, Jo Ann 137 Shipman, Johnny 137 Shipman, Mike 137, 233 Shobert, Don 137 Silverman, Stanley 137 Simes, Tommy 138 Simmons, Jeanie 138 Simons, Judy 138 Simpson, Carol 138, 156, 159 Simpson, Doris 138 Sims, Judy 138, 245 Sims, Sharon 138 Sinclair, James 138, 142, 181 Skinner, Jo Ann 138, 148, 162, 184 Sliter, Judy 138 Smajda, Loretta 138 Small, Billy 138 Smalley, Smith, A Smith, B Mary Ann 138, 144, 156 nita 138 ob 138, 311 Smith, George 121, 138, 223 Smith, Jerl 138 Smith, Joe Bill 138 Smith, Kenneth 138, 235 Smith, Linda 138 Smith, Marilyn 138 Smith, Mickey 138 Smith S andra 138 Snidei, Harold 133 Snider, Jimmy 138, 219, 236 Somers, Nevada 138, 144 Sparks, Jimmy 138 Sparks, Venita 138 Spector, Max 194 Stafford, Stanley, Suzanne 138 Kay 138 Stanton, Lynn 138 Starrett, Stacy 138 Stasney, Merle Jean 138 St. Clair, Barbara 138, 162 Stevens, Jamie 138, 311 Stevenson, Barbara 139 Stewart, Bobby 139 Stewart, Earl Gene 139 Stewart, Saundra 139, 142, 162 Stone, Arden 139, 148 Stoneham, Harry 139 Storey, Glenn 139 Studer, Patsy 139 Summar, Don 121, 139, 142, 219 Summers, Darrel 139 Swanson, Dolores 139 Swofford, Nancy 139 Symes, Carolyn 139, 148, 164 Tadlock, Patsy 139 Tannery, Kenneth 139 Tannery, Zack 139, 223 Tapp, Jimmy 139 Tarlton, Faye 139, 164 Tate, Mabelle 139 Taylor, Billy Joe 139 Vaughn, Jay 140 VVilliams Billy 141 Vtlllgllt, Jimmy 117, 140, 162 162 vellzcy, Alice Jane 140, 164 E fdmsr ' Y wVllllk11'l1S, Donald 141 W'll'z C, F d 141, 222 Wacasey, Dale 140,311 Wing Lid, 141 VVagoner, Larncie 140, 162 Xvilliumg Mickey 141 VVa1lC1l'Ol1, David 140, 2.05 Williams, Iwollie 141, 164 VVal1er, Mary Worth 140 NVallis, Virginia 140 Taylor Taylor, Donna 139 Taylor, Kenneth 139 Taylor, Lelia Mae 139 , Mac 139 Walters, Dorothy 140 Willis, Marlene 141 Willis, Sue 141, 162, 311 Wilson, Templeton, Jeffery 139 Terry, Gay 139 Theisman, Gwen 139 Thomas, Jimmy 139 Thomason, Wilma 139 Thompson, Nancy 139, 200 Thompson, Ronald 139, 164 Thornburg, Elizabeth 139 Timmons, LaVem 139 Todd, Clara 139 Tollin, Margaret 139 Townsend, Mary Ellen 139 Trammel, Max Ann 139 Trippe, Barbara 139, 148 Trull, Patsy 139, 208 Trumble, Dale 140 Turley, Bob 140 Turner, Charlsie 140 Usry, Joanna 140, 311 Van Gundy, Jim 140 Vardeman, Rex 140, 232 Vasek, Billy Ray 140, 203 Gwen 141, 244 Jimmie Lou 141 Mike 141 Richard 141 , Tommy 141, 239 Warden, Thomas 140, 164 Wilson Warren, Calvin 140, 143, 220, 236 Wilson Warren, Don 140 Wilson Warren, Robert 140 Vvilson Watson, Eva 140 VVayt, Carolyn 140 Webb, Richard 140 Weir, Barbara 140 Welch, Betty 140, 162 Welch, James 140 Welch, Wanda 140, 162 West, James 121, 140, 142, Westmoreland, Gail 140 Wharton, Jo Nell 140, 181 Whatley, Sue 140 White, Barbara 140, 311 162, 183, 311 White, Bert 140, 235 White, Frances 140 White, Gene 140 White, Jerry 140 White, Martha 140, 162 VVimberley, Buddy 141 Wimberley, Sheila 141, 162 VVinn, Shirley 141 VVisdom, Daisy 141 Witcher, Steve 141, 223 Womack, Cecil 141, 162 VVOmack, Nelda 141, 169, 181 Wood, Karen 141 Wood, Martha 141 Wood, Max 141 Wood, Scherie 141 Woodell, Jimmie 141 VVortman, Raylene 141 VVri bara 141 VVrigh Mic ey 245 1Vylie, Rif 1, 162, 243 White, Willie Ruth 140 l Da 141 Whited, Patricia 140 . V ,t 7 amid 141 Wiefse Donald 140 Yo y Wil ' , Bruce 141 ' erson, Mary 141, 203 ,mme H PZMA41 ilkinson, Charl 41 144 if W iff l 1 144514 1545? W 1141144 for .. ,,,1L:-me., i.,1,,,..a ,, MMV ,J q gfeiiw V Q VLUJ H '43 was ,.,+i ,ga ! Faculty And Others is i ivxgijfi JVM , if W1 la? we Alexander, Vemard 38, 223 Allen, Wayne 150 Armes, Miss Irene 34, 190 bfi: Avinger, W. H. 211 5 Babain, Mrs. C. I. 153 Babain, C. I. 153 Bailey, Carl M. 34 Bailey, Mrs. joe 38, 173 Bailey, Mrs. T. R. 38 Bearden, Mrs. R. S. 38 Blackstock, Jack 184 Blum, Rabbi Arthur 167 Bourns, Mrs. Charles 38, 174 Bowie, Paul 38, 172 Branom, Paul 38, 165 Bullock, Miss Bessie 35 Burford, Mrs. Emmett 38 Burgess, Jimmy 246 Burnett, James 38 Burr, Dick 246 Bussey, Miss Laurene 38, 190 Carver, Mrs. Everett 40, 160, 163 Clapp, G. C. 34 Cavness, Miss Edith 34, 190 Cook, David 225, 240 Cox, Mrs. I. M. 40 Colby, Mrs. Dick 40, 158, 173, 156 Crawford, james 40, 310 Culp, Mrs. Ray V. 40 Curtis, Eck 211 Daniel, Mrs. T. D. 40 Davidson, Ramona 9 Davis, Mrs. Ioe 40, 190 Denison, Charles 88 Dollar, R. G. 40, 149 Douglass, Mrs. Gordon 40, 310, 177 Elam, Mrs. I. C. 40 Evans, Bill 32 Farris, Pat 210 Ford, Mrs. Era 35 Fite, Maurice 42, 173 Fluke, Mrs. Olive Tubbs 9 Gordon, J. E. 36, 311 ' ' Graves, H. L. 153, Graves, Miss Lottie 42, 19 ' , Gray, C. G. 34, 184, 185 Gray, Don 222, 240, 236 Groves, Mrs. R. T. 42 Hall, Dr. Iames 173 Hammer, Dr. G. G. 35 Hancock, Betty 9 N3 Harris, Mrs. Gerald 162 . Harrigan, Father Edmond 16 Hastings, Mrs. Catherine 42 Hawkins, Mrs. H. B. 42 Hayne, Frank 42 i Hester, David 42 Hildreth, Mrs. C. Earl 42 Hill, Dr. Ishmael 32 Holden, Wilson 184 Holland, L. R. 42 Honey, Floyd 33 Honey, Miss Glenys 44 Howell, D. M. 44, 171, 180, 181 Haworth, W. H. as Hutson, Mrs. Truman 44, 243 Ingram, Miss Kathleen 44 johnson, Mrs. R. P. 44 Keeton, Mrs. H. R. 44, 153 Kelsey,Qvirs. Donnie Lou 44 Key, E. E. 44 King, Joe 234 Knight, Robert 44 Landwer, Mrs. M. F. 44, 206 Langston, Lonnie 167 Larabee, Mr. Jackson 46 Liston, Lovic 46 Lomax, Miss Dorothy 33 Lovern, Dr. Chess 167 Lowery, E. I. 46 Lusk, Lawrence 184 McCarty, Miss Aline 46 McDaniel, Mrs. Mary 46 McFarland, Miss George Ann 46 McGhee, Mrs. Betty 46 Mayfield, Miss Peg Mears, Jack 46, 17 Millaun, Rodger 2 Neeley, Thomas 46 Nesmith, Mrs. H. R. 8 153 r. H. 15145 185 M Dt, O'Lanio Max L. , 232, 310 Oglesb ill 48, 236, 311 Orr, ogers dley, Miss Grace 34 3 , Pet yjohn, rs. Ric a Pinkerton, Robert 195 ittman, Mrs . I. 5, 242, 311 o , r l . Powell, N. G. R Randall 48 a 3 I Rasor, A. F. 35 Reid, I. Rob tson, William 184 Rice, 48 Richardson, J. C. 50, 153 Sandlin, Miss Carol jean 50 Shive, Edward 50 Simon, Ted 50, 223 Slator, Dr. Eugene 167 Stanford, Iimmy Joe 192 Sutton, Dr. Willis A. 160 Terrell, Mrs. Ethel K. 50, 178 Thompson, Mrs. C. 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