Muenster High School - Hornet Yearbook (Muenster, TX)

 - Class of 1962

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And so--in appreciation to all who have helped maintain Muenster High School . . . --To the administration which has sponsored our education . . . --To every teacher who has taught us in the classroom . . . --To this community which has supported us . . . --And to. . . 759 9721 uezzsfer CSXUQQHX ix But for yesterday And IOITIOIIOW 2 Y . L In the stands .1 y t We t f ' ' of gym A I . -my-'EM-a-75 failgtq, val '56 V' 't IV' ..- Ei 9 QQ? wgytstt ., , g eq., . , I , tn ' Vu g ' .- ' liiffywg? ' 5 ' 'wt Q V Q ' - Qgm f 1 wa- . ' - A QW " ' N fr I. C .ly ' Y ' J ' ti' Q' in' ' A " - -- 1' T . t d ' . . - kbp y sg -W 5 .fflz 1 1 lv' M '- ' .,.. ,.,-..-- .,...,,N,..-,..... .. ..,- - A......1... To every student . . . who has played the game To every student . . . who has gathered in the hall Or studied in the library H 1 1 -, sseegfi Who has ridden on the buses . A :'EQEf?g3 Or attended Muenster Schools Who has performed on the stage Who has walked up the steps and into the building , , . . . This the 1962 HORNET is dedicated Title Page - - Dedication - - Administration Faculty ---- Seniors - - Juniors - - - Sophomores - - Freshmen - - Elementary - - Favorites - - Activities - - Organizations - Athletics - - - Advertising - - We the 1962 Horner staff have done our best to compile the year s events for your enloyment. We have tried to think of a few new and interesting ideas to catch and hold your attention. Thanks to all of you, our last four years spent here at MHS have been enjoyable We sincerely wish each- and every one of you the best lite has to offer J arenfff Deczc er Jqs50c1af1012 ICQFS Glenn Hellman, Parliamentariang Mrs. Mike Sloan, Treasurerg Mrs. Da- vid Trachta, Secretaryg Mrs. Albert Fleitman, Vice-Presidentg and Bill Lind- say, President. V, I , . sumti V I R .laixx i ...sk ADMINISTRATICN kai! ' 4 -Se x saw' X' T X ' V4 5 . L'-:U 'QW ,,-49'QsW if Q, sy E' z X , BOARD OF TRUSTEES Jerome Pagel fVice-Presidentj, Ray Wilde fSecretaryy, Ed Cler, Urban Endres. Seated: Joe Wimmer, David Trachta, Charley Hellman fPresidentj GLENN E. HELLMAN Principal Dear Graduates: It is with pride and pleasure that we will always recall the Class of 1962. Your secondary education with its rich variety of curriculums has been completed to prepare you for a variety of life's activities. But do not let your education cease now. May it continue with higher education, experi- ence in the business world and contact with desirable people. All of these form strong links in a chain which means ultimate success. The Muenster High School Adminis- tration congratulate each member of the class and wish you all every opportunity to know life in its highest fulfillment. F L B. BRUNS, SUPERINTENDENT Muenster Independent School District Many people think of frontiers as something in the past. Land frontiers are only one type among many. Each new invention opens up an entirely new field and also paves the way for other in- ventions. The men and women who pioneered the frontiers of yesterday were amateurs compared to our pioneers in today's age of rocketry and atomic power. The frontiers which face you as graduating seniors cannot be pioneered with the horse, plow, gun and brute strength, but rather with keen, alert, well-trained minds. We here at Muenster High School are proud to have been a part of your edu- cation and hope that you have been inspired to go on to new and more advanced areas of learning. This new space age frontier is yours. What are you going to do with it? 9 f' f LUNCHROOM PERSONNEL Gladys Wilson, Opal Dennis, Dorothy Yosten, and Ida Ruth Stephens fnot picturedj CUSTODIAN James Eckart is-Iwi. ,, TAX COLLECT OR Loree Bruns FACULTY BESSIE MILLER First and Second Grades Gainesville Junior BS - SESTC - Okla. NTSU CAROL ANN KING Third and Fourth Grades Gainesville Junior BBA - NTSU PRUDENCE SELBY Fifth and Sixth Grades Gainesville Junior BS - NTSU GLENN RICHARDSON Seventh and Eighth Grades High School Coach Baylor - Ranger Junior - TCU BS - NTSU I2 BETTYE JANE DODDS Business Decatur Baptist Junior BBA and MBE - NTSU CARL RAY KING Math Gainesville Junior NTSU ARTHUR E. BORDEAU English U. of Maine - Alvin Junior Austin Peay, Tenn. BA - NTSU 9.15, ,N .V mm . - . sm EDGAR W. DYER Agriculture BS and MEd - ETSTC I 3 A MARIE MOSMAN Science BS - NTSU A 86 M MS - TWU CHARLES LYNCH Band Gainesville Junior TCU if VL i. DORIS JANE VAVRA Homemaking BS - TWU EMMETT FLOYD WALTERSCHEID Industrial Arts, Driving Gainesville Junior BS - NTSU If ii SENIORS faq. , , Wm Win .-mn, W - V , l H - M, . WW - W M' " Qlx-. ,flume W ,M"'W,W' !.W f? ' WW f X IHNW WWW WW r 1 ., B , 'V . W . - VF' J fi. ' W av sp W, 'E-' 4 A. F. Ei ,, rw ff? L' fr 1- .QQ-.TjfZ' I. . 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N if ' ---z.TkL S9 N KAY FETTE fTransferred to Muenster for 1962 school yeary 1962 - Class Favorite BIG RED Editor Girls' Basketball Manager Science Club 1959 1960 1961 1962 IO ANN FISHER Basketball Q4 yearsj Band Q4 yearsj FHA Q3 yearsj 'A Sophomore Play Band President Class President Student Council Representative Science Club Junior Play Tennis Q2 yearsj Band President Basketball Captain and All-District Student Council President FBLA TWU All-Band Festival Girls' Football DAR Award Best A11-Around Balfour Award Most Athletic 1959 1960 1961 1962 JOAN FISHER FHA Q4 yearsj Band Q3 yearsj Science Club Q2 yearsy FBLA Q2 yearsj Junior Play Paper Staff Girls' Football Bookkeeping Award 1959 1960 1961 1962 HAROLD FLUSCHE Football Q4 yearsj Basketball f4 yearsj Track f-4 yearsy Football All-District Q3 yearsj FFA f2 yearsy Tennis Q2 yearsj Sophomore Play Science Club f2 yearsj Junior Play FBLA Most Athletic Class Favorite Football Co-Captain FFA Officer 1959 1960 1961 1962 DYANN HELLMAN - FHA C4 yearsj Basketball 14 yearsj Band Q4 yearsy Tennis C4 yearsj - FHA Officer Science Club f2 yearsj - FBLA C2 yearsy Basketball Captain ,Ttuiior Play Class Officer - Senior Play Class Officer MARQUETTE HELLMAN 1959 1960 1961 1962 Football Q4 yearsj Basketball Q4 yearsJ Track Q4 yearsj FPA C4 yearsj Sophomore Play Science Club Q3 yearsj Best All-Around Football A11-District Friendliest Boy Agriculture Award Most Likely to Succeed Football Co-Captain FBLA Athletic Award Who's Who All-Around Boy THOMAS "PIC" HEMPI-HLL 1959 - Band C2 yearsj 1961 - Shyest Boy 1959 1960 1961 1962 TED KATHMAN Band Q3 yearsj Science Club Q2 yearsj Junior Play FBLA Q2 yearsj Athletic Manager i - r.,w,,QQ 3 Z N W ggi ,Q 'wa-. X2 -, BETTY KLEMENT 1959 - FHA Q4 yearsj FHA Officer Band Q4 yearsy 1960 - FHA Officer Basketball Q3 yearsj Sophomore Play Class President Majorette 1961 - Science Club Majorette FBLA Q2 yearsj Junior Play 1962 - Class Treasurer Drum Major Band President Senior Play TWU Band Festival Band Award NOBLE MCELREATH CGraduated in 3 yearsj 1960 1961 1962 Basketball f3 yearsj FFA C3 yearsp Green-hand Sentinel Track Q2 yearsj Class Reporter Who's Who Basketball Captain Football FFA Vice-President Junior Favorite Science Club 1959 1960 1961 1962 MARTHA SUE MEURER - FHA Q4 yearsj Band 14 yearsj - Science Club Q2 yearsj - FBLA Q2 yearsy Junior Play Class Treasurer Who's Who Girls' Basketball Manager - Class Secretary Student Council Secretary Who's Who FBLA Officer Girls' Football DIC KIE PA GEL , 2.7--A . .I . -. sf: 1959 1960 1961 1962 l FFA Q3 yearsj 1 Football Q4 years FFA Sentinel Who's Who FFA Sentinel Track Q2 yearsj Class President Who's Who 'va it? 1959 1960 1961 1962 JOHNNY PAGEL - Football Q4 yearsj FFA Q3 yearsj - Sophomore Play - Track Q2 yearsj Junior Play Student Council Science Club - Senior Play Annual Staff Who's Who 1959 1960 1961 1962 . ,f S ROYCE RENNELS FFA Track Science Club Q3 yearsj Band Senior Play , 4 X X 1959 1960 1961 1962 RONNYE RUSSELL - Class Secretary FFA Q2 yearsj Track f2 yearsj - Basketball 13 year-sp Track District Winner Sophomore Play M-Teens Club - Football f2 yearsj Football District Honorable Mention Junior Play Science Club C2 yearsj - FBLA Senior Play SHARON SCHUMACHER 1959 - FHA Q4 yearsj FHA Officer Band Q4 yearsj 1960 - Sophomore Play Girls' Basketball Manager 1961 - Class Officer Junior Play Girls' Basketball Manager FBLA Q2 yearsj Annual Staff Science Club 1962 - Senior Play Girls' Football Basketball Majorette Annual Editor 1959 1960 1961 1962 DORIS SICKING FHA Q3 yearsj FHA Vice-President Band Q2 yearsj Science Club Q2 yearsj FHA Historian FBLA Q2 yearsj Junior Play Girls' Football Senior Play Who's Who 1959 1960 1961 1962 1962 IUDY SICKING FHA f4 yearsj Band C4 yearsj Science Club Q2 yearsj FBLA C2 yearsj Student Council Secretary Junior Play FHA Historian FBLA Vice-President FHA Vice-President Senior Play English Award National Merit Honor Award MARY LOU SWIRCZYNSKI 1959 1960 1961 1962 FHA Q4 yearsj Band f3 yearsj Science Club Q2 yearsj FBLA Q2 years, FBLA Parliamentarian English Award Junior Play FHA President FBLA President Girls' Football PAULETTE WA LTERS CHEID 1959 - FHA Q4 yearsj 1960 - FHA Historian Science Club Q2 yearsj Volleyball Softball 1961 - FHA President FBLA Q2 yearsj Band Q2 yearsj All-Around Girl Science Club Secretary Junior Play Who's Who 1962 - FHA Secretary FBLA Treasurer Majorette Class Vice-President Annual staff Betty Crocker Award 9 A ru ,H mm :il 1 mm HMMY WIESMAN 1959 1960 1961 1962 Football Q4 yearsj FFA Q3 yearsj Track Sophomore Play FFA Vice-President Junior Play Science Club Class Favorite Most Handsome FHA Sweetheart Most Handsome FBLA 1959 1960 1961 1962 DELLA WIMMER - FHA 14 yearsj Basketball Q4 yearsj Class Favorite Band C4 yearsy Class Officer - FHA Officer All-District Basketball Cheerleader 43 yearsy Football Sweetheart - All-District Basketball Band Award FBLA Q2 yearsj Science Club - Student Council 1959 1960 1961 1962 JUDY YOSTEN FHA C4 yearsj Band Q4 yearsj Science Club f2 yearsj Softball FBLA Q2 yearsj Junior Play Class Favorite FHA Treasurer Homecoming Queen Candidate enzbr CQSJ UECQFS cmof Sponsors Sponsor Glenn Hellman, Sponsor Bettye Dodds, Treasurer Betty Klement, President Dickie Pagel, Secretary Martha Meurer, Vice-President Paulette Walterscheid, and Sponsor Doris Vavra Mid-semester makes a lot of changes 28 Easf anof fjesfamenf gf 759 jlauensfer CSC'600fCSQf21bZ' GQSJ We, the senior class, of the city of Muenster, County of Cooke, State of Texas, being of sound and disposing mind and memory, do hereby make, publish, and declare this to be our Last Will and Testament, hereby revoking any and all wills made by us before the present date. I, MARTHA SUE MEURER, will my sarcasm to teachers to NANCY RATHBURN. I, SHARON SCHUMACHER, will my majorette suit to CAROLYNE RUSSELL and my apple polishing ability to ROSEMARY FISHER. I, KAY FETTE, will my ability to talk to NANCY RATHBURN. I, NOBLE MCELREATH, will my short black hair to JAMES WHITT and my Gaines- ville girls to ROY MONDAY. I, IO ANN FISHER, will my ability to make football signs to BRENDA TUGGLE and my straight hair on rainy days to BOBBYE TUGGLE, I, GARY CLER, will my quiet disposition to JOHNNY YOSTEN. I, ROYCE RENNELS, will my black paint for senior plays to TOMMY HARTMAN, I, TED KATHMAN, will my manager's job to ROBERT KLEMENT. I, PIC I-IEMPHILL, will my cigs to SANDRA WOLF. I, DICKIE PAGEL, will my shyness towards girls to WALTER LUTKENHAUS and my "sense of humor" to TOMMY HARTMAN. I, BETTY JEAN KLEMENT, will my Drum Major suit to SANDRA WOLF and my ability to trip people to CHARLOTTE MCELREATH, I, HAROLD FLUSCHE, will my ability to flirt with freshman girls to JOHNNY YOSTEN and my ability to entertain the class while Mr. Hellman is teaching to DONNY VOGEL. I, DELLA WIMMER, will my cheerleading outfit to TOMMY HARTMAN and my ability to sleep in classes, especially in Mr. Hellman's class, to BRENDA TUGGLE. I, DYANN HELLMAN, will my ability to mock people to BOBBYE TUGGLE and my position as most energetic to SHARON KLEMENT. I, PAULETTE WALTERSCHIED, will my majorette suit to BRENDA TUGGLE. I, JUDY SICKING, will my themes to NANCY RATHBURN and my nickname to CAROLYNE RUSSELL. I, MARY LOU SWIRCZYNSKI, will my ability to sleep and get caught in history class to RITA FISHER and my ability to pester people to SANDRA WOLF, I, MARQUETTE HELLMAN, will my athletic ability to BRENDA TUGGLE, 29 I, JOAN FISHER, will my ability to gripe to teachers to DIANNE HORN and my ability to go with Gainesville boys to CHARLOTTE WOLF, I, DORIS SICKING, will my laughing ability to NANCY RATHBURN, my ability to get into daily embarrassing situations to SANDRA WOLF, and my nicknames - Smily, Peaceful, Snorts, Jeremiah, and Jayne - to SHARON KLEMENT. I, JIMMY WIESMAN, will my ability to get student votes for "who's who" two years in succession to DAVID HUCHTON. I, RONNYE RUSSELL, will my ability to tell convincing lies to JAMES WHITT. I, IUDY YOSTEN, will my red hair to CAROLYNE RUSSELL. I, IOHNNY PAGEL, will my ability to open my big mouth to TOMMY MOSMAN. We, the senior band members, will our ability to write the Texas Declaration of Independence to the junior band members. We, JUDY YOSTEN and PAULETTE WALTERSCHEID, will our friendship to SHARON KLEMENT and CHARl.OTTE WOLF. We, the senior class, will our parties and ability to get along with one another to the juniors. We, MARY LOU SWIRCZYNSKI, JUDY YOSTEN, DORIS SICKING, JOAN FISHER, PAULETTE WALTERSCHEID, and JUDY SICKING, will our clan to any six juniors. We, MARQUETTE HELLMAN and HAROLD FLUSCHE, will our ability to roam the halls during classes to TOMMY MOSMAN and JAMES WHITT. We, BETTY JEAN KLEMENT, DYANN HELLMAN, DELLA WIMMER, IO ANN FISHER MARTHA SUE MEURER, and SHARON SCHUMACHER, will our close friendship to SHARON KLEMENT, DIANNE HORN, BRENDA TUGGLE, CAROLYNE RUSSELL, CHAR- LOTTE MCELREATH, and RITA FISHER. We, the senior class of '62, will to the senior class of '63 the same love that the faculty and student body has had for us. In witness whereof, we have hereunto set our hands and our seal on this fifth day of May in the year one thousand nine hundred and sixty-two. , 30 J em Ofdgk 509128 HOMECOMING - The Football Queen, Bobbye Tuggle, was elected by the squad and was crowned at half-time while the band was in formation. The Coming-home Queen, Mrs. Fette, was selected by the Ex-Students Association and was presented at the Homecoming Banquet. FHA INITIATION - Proud members smiled as initiates were introduced to formal society at the FHA Initiation. GIRLS' FOOTBALL - It happened again! Girls' Football Game. Saint Jo gave us a tough time, but with that school spirit we came home the victor. CHRISTMAS PARTY - "You'd better watch out, you'd better not cry!" At the Christ- mas Party what did old Santa bring you? A doll buggy or a set of building blocks? VALENTINE CARNIVAL - Instead of flying disks, we had flying darts - at hearts. The Valentine Carnival Play, given by the sophomore class, introduced Don Cupid to all local lovers. Watch that dart! STYLE SHOW - Waiting off-stage, but taking a peek at the show on-stage, Style Show models showed their clothes to best advantage. SCIENCE FAIR - Einstein had to begin somewhere! Promising scientists exhibited their offerings to a fascinated group of spectators. SENIOR PLAY - "My Cousin from Texas" in Texas! No one laughed more than at our Senior play, even if they didn't laugh at the right places. It was a "super" play with a "super" cast. FHA MOTHER-DAUGHTER BANQUET - Men were scarce, but the food was plentiful! Even the girls who prepared the food seemed to enjoy the fruit of their labor. JUNIOR PLAY - "Crazy but Cute" sums up the junior play. Making a silk purse of a sow's ear can cause complications and confusion. The Junior's really had a good time putting on this comedy, and, OF COURSE, all knew their parts. ALL-AWARDS BANQUET - Everybody was decked out like sore toes at the best All- Awards Banquet ever. 3I Wore yTem0fa5Q Crjoezzfs A FFA SHOW - " , y . The FFA stock certainly had what it takes to rate! Baa, baa, black sheep have you an wool?" JUNIOR-SENIOR BANQUET - F , - enior Banquet is a good bet. There were never more used forks, and what a floor show! or anyone who likes to eat the Junior S ' JUNIOR-SENIOR PROM - Even the facult y got into the act with the "twist" and "bunny hop"! But dreamy-eyed couples clung to those last minutes of the last dance at the Junior-Senior Prorn. BACCALAUREATE - Dignified seniors? Not even tonight. COMMENCEMENT - All of y rs or this, really hated to leave! us who had been waiting for twelve ea f SENIOR TRIP - Austin - seat of the State's government . . . San Antonio - Whitt Museum, Breckenridge Park, the Alamo, and Mission San Jose . . . McAllen - Heart of the Valley . . . Brownsville - across the international bridge into Mexico to see how people in another nation live . . . Kingsville - the King Ranch . . . Corpus Christi - being all wet, or getting cold feet, is fun for those who wade in ocean waterg and we have a fish story to tell! . . . Houston - the Battleship Texas is a fair-sized boat . . . ' ' Lufkin - our last night out! Serenaded by local "Ricky Nelsons. " g 1 .'V' - zslmx .aa B--BN .f W M. l' 1 'n ,, -. H H tt HH f H 4 X . 32 55w.g..:f 1 wfr ,'t"'f+ XS M L, ,E B, 4, W , N755 '34 Qiw- ' mul fu " ., ww . ga sf mfg W W M UU . 2" ' ' Www" Im Y 1, A 1. .. WW' , . Hgsmiw f-'zW?'?5LsTi: ww .M jg, Jumons W f V, 1J99"vwm uw 1 ., gf: . Rita Fisher Rosemary Fisher David Hu chton Pete Kappas Tommy Hartman Diane Horn Robert Klement Sharon Klernent Roy Monday Tommy Mosman Walter Lutkenhaus Charlotte McE1reath Nancy Rathburn Carolyne Russell James Whitt Charlotte Wolf Brenda Tuggle Bobbye Tuggle Sandra Wolf Donny Vogel John Yosten unzbr GQSJ Ojfbers G12 of Sponsors Sponsor Arthur Bordeau Secretary-Treasurer Bobbye Tuggle Vice-President Tommy Mosman President Robert Klement Reporter Nancy Rathburn Sponsor Marie Mosman 37 l SCPHOMORES Eileen Endres Linda Fette Pat Fette Freddie Hacker Jessie Hensley Janet Lutkenhaus 40 if Glenda Bridges Sandra Cain Gary Dickerson Don Fisher Doris Fisher Larry Gobble Allen Reiter Pam Russell Larry Sparkman Barbara Wolf Billy Don Wolf Weldon Vogel ' 7:1 li Wanda McElreath Jackie Miller Dolores Monday Kathy Trubenbach Donna Tuggle John Walterscheid CSOFAOIDOIGQ GQSJ OJKICQFS GI2OfCS!00Z2.SOf'.S Sponsor Charles Lynch, Reporter Larry Gobble, Secretary Sandra Cain, President Linda Fetre, Treasurer Kathy Trubenbach, Vice-President Allen Reiter, and Sponsor Edgar Dyer 42 FRESHMEN www f an Wayne Doughty Debbie Fette Tommy Flusche Roy Hartman Don Hellman Eddie Hellman Peggy Branch Cindy Cain Brenda Cason Sandra Cler Alvin Sicking David Sicking Tom Swirczynski Rita Trubenbach Wayne Trubenbach Florence Walterscheid Margaret Lawson Norma Lutkenhaus Roy Reiter I oyce Rumley ii Q5 11- A -w 'V A -f f , x " J V, 0 Jgzzi in T. MM - il I 5 1 3 'As ' 1 X . 4 f m ' , wi X A ta W Randy Wimmer Roy Wimmer Linda Whitt Joe Williams Danny Wilson gI'QSgl22dI2 GQJJ OECQFS GIZOI-CS!UOI2S0Z'S B Sponsor Carl King, Secretary Debbie Fette, Vice-President Rita Trubenbach, President Tommy Flusche, Reporter Brenda Cason, Treasurer Joyce Rumley, and Sponsor Emmett Walterscheid .L 46 R ELEM ENTARY qw , Susan Lynn Sloan Deborrah Allen Charlotte Foster Martha Lynn Hott Ramsey Philip Russell Zffsf Q C012 Jeannine Owen Billy Joe Pratt Robert Lewis Tuggle Rebecca Ann Davidson Gwen Fleitrnan Colleen Lindsey 48 Q Verlaine Lindsey Kenny Roper Sandra Sloan Frankie Tuggle Uhraf an ourff Mike Cook Gary Doughty Jerry Doughty Toni Ann Embry Joy Pitman J. D. Rumley Ricky Tuggle Brenda Wallace 49 William Pitman Deborah Russell Thomas Tuggle Linda Wilson df! Cgzbcff Faye Embry Walter Hacker Linda Owens Carroll Bridges Deborah Cain Michael Cason Herbert Fisher Rebecca McElreath Ronnie McElreath Judy Pitman Samuel Sparkman James Wallace Sharon Williams Dwight Wolf 99415 Dorothy Alexander Sherrie Pitman G12 63qAfA Glen Fleltman Jimmy Hacker Karen Lindsey Bub McE1reath Jim Robison Nancy Roper Ray Rumley Bob Russell David Bridges Chris Cain Terry Cason even!! Pat Arend Karen Coursey Dickie Embry l , n N l FAVORITES 7:'.:'3S5'uu7 N- ' 'ww' QM i sfsm1 + H 'alleges ' 35 w, ZH A " ,, MWWT if ILM., W Q V .5 , xg -EL Fifi EQMM ' - .'ilM Eg JP fm was W ? ,QA paw: 2 mu :Q ww H W 1 I n f 'iv Hin ogome mrnef JIMMY WIESMAN 55 jun 1br gaoorzfes SHARON KLEMENT ROY MONDAY ff-tif F. ,. if Wax csezzzbr ga Uorzfes KAY F ETTE HAROLD FLUSCI-IE fyresfznan gaoorzfes LINDA WHITT TOMMY SWIRCZYNSKI CS 01050122 ore gaoorzfes LINDA F ETTE WELDON VOGEL 56122 enfary 606 0 of gauorzfes Carroll Bridges, Buddy Pitman, Terry Cason, Bub McE1reath Ricky Ramsey, Jeannine Owen, Joy Pitman, Frankie Tuggle CANDY WORKERS MOST POLITE Mark Hellman DOIiS Fisher Harold Flusche Joe Wil1iH1TlS 58 NN FISHER TT E HELLMA N JO A Most Likely to Succeed MARQUE Best fqllgiffround. Emil Most Likely to Succeed Fnen lest GH Best A11-Around Boy Most Courtegus Best Groomed Boy Most Athlfmc Most Energetic cutest Gul Most Courteous Most Athletic Cutest Boy 59 MARTHA SUE MEURER Best Groomed Girl ,,. ,Q-.... X , I F REDDIE HACKER FLORENCE WALTERSCHEID Shiest Boy and Girl JOHNNY PAGEL DORIS IAYNE SICKING Wittiest Boy and Girl DICKIE PA GEL Friendliest Boy JUDY SICKING DORIS FISHER English Social Science 53 33:1 TOMMY MOSMAN RITA FISHER Math Science 6I 1' 11 ii", , vw R ,mm Y :.-.: , , 5.2. ....... .,.,, YA., ,., . - 1 U .. . ...- 'J 525 2' , 9? - - - o A,-.. ' 1 ,., .--Y , Q? 1 1' . . 5 . .,. .... SL. H Alf? EQ 55555 E: I . :fb Q QQQC NQ ROY HARTMAN BETTY KLEMENT Mechanical Drawing Band Xmeug 5 Wfxs- ' 1 0F f gl vl :fl I 'R W e m- , 'iff JOAN FISHER ROBERT KLEMENT Bookkeeping Agriculture 62 S :Y 5'eiE'1:521i T F 1 1 N '- ,g5Ug-233, : gf- ? 5,2 . 1 I ...i... I 'Sy - A ' I 1 ' mf ' P' 1 L NORMA LUTKENHAUS ROSEMARY FISHER Homemaking Typing TOMMY HARTMAN DYANN HELLMAN Shop Athletics 63 ELEMENTA RY SCHOOL Valedictorian Bob Russell Salutatorian Jim Robison ji? yin or Qzoafzafes HIGH SCHOOL Valedictorian JoAnn Fisher Salutatorian Marquette Hellman W J 64 f?""'--. ACTIVITIES I 4.- 1 W ouszln rom exas Presented by MUENSTER HIGH SCHOOL SENIOR CLASS High School Auditorium Eight O'Clock Friday, March 9, 1962 SYNOPSIS OF SCENES The action of the entire play takes place in the living room suburbs of a large city. ACT I: Late afternoon on a spring day in the present year. ACT II: Scene 1: Later that same night. Scene 2: Early the following morning. ACT III: Scene 1: Later that same morning. Scene 2: The same morningg shortly afterward. CAST OF CHARACTERS Peaceful Johnson - - ------------ - - a young colored maid Mrs. Beulah Scott - - ----------- - - a flustered widow Sheila Scott - - ---------- - - her elder daughter Doris Weaver - - - --------- - - - - Sheila's best friend Wilbur Scott - - ---------- - - Beulah's youngest Lucille Scott - - ----------- - - the younger daughter Preston Rogers - - ---------- - - Sheila's fiance Johnny Benton - - ------------- - - an unexpected young man Eschew Smith - - ------------- - - Johnny's colored valet Cactus Kelly - - a cowboy Tomasina Cooper from Texas 66 of the Scott home, located in the - - - -DORIS SICKING - - BETTY JEAN KLEMENT - - SHARON SCHUMACHER - - - DYANN HELLMAN ' 'JOHNNY PAGEL ' " JUDY SICKING - -DICKIE PAGEL - - RONNYE RUSSELL - - - ROYCE RENNELS - - GARY CLER - - DELLA WIMMER I razy gui Safe Presented by the JUNIOR CLASS Muenster High School Wednesday, March 21, 1962 Eight O'Clock High School Auditorium SYNOPSIS OF SCENES ACT I: Saturday afternoon in the basement rumpus room of the Dover home. ACT II: A few minutes later in the same room of the Dover home. ACT III: Evening of the same day in the Dover home. CAST OF CHARACTERS Dan Dover - - - ------------------- - - -TOMMY HARTMAN Dover's son not interested in girls Mrs. Dover - - ------------------------ - BRENDA TUGGLE who wants to make her son a social success Mr. Dover - - ------------------------ '- - - ROBERT KLEMENT easygoing, quiet dad Uncle Joe ----- - -TOMMY MOSMAN bachelor brother of Mrs. Dover Oscar fBetty Shawj - R. G. Higby - - - Susie Higby - - Phyllis Blake - - misfit with girls, but a regular fellow with the boys Mr. Dover's boss R. G. 's niece, attractive high school senior - - DIANA HORN - - DONNY VOGEL SHARON KLEMENT NANCY RATHBURN Dan's cousin, popular college girl Kathy Brooks - - Phyllis' roommate, studious type Mrs. Dopenduffer - - ------------------- - - Mrs. Dover's friend Gladys Dopenduffer - - ------------------ - - - ' - RITA FISHER ROSEMARY FISHER CHARLOTTE WOLF Marr1a's disciplined daughter "Killa" Herman Espy - - ------------------ - - WALTER LUTKENHAUS interested in electronics 67 4 Xlu rw -wxnnl svn . lm: .x'l'l IN I ll Ml ORGANIZATICNS I 1 s 6' C i H I u E M I 1 . A . rm' u ww m mmwwmw 1 - H uw N uw mm 'i '3 Q, w Illllllllllllll5illINHHNlIlIIl1Ill1I1lIIlllllllilIllllllllllilllllllllll fic Qsfuofezizf 60111201 The Student Council, organized in 1961, had a successful year. A Student Handbook was introduced - to be revised after a trial use. A lost-and-found box netted considerable dimes for the council, as well as providing a service for students Even the lockers were neater thlS year Hats off to the Student Counctll 559: Iwi . . ,7,..a:.X 1 Dysl- K ' R ,.. V l J gufure garmers J 57122 erzba gi A FA "levi-'Y vqi , Q1-. -, 'I' I Q, , I I ooP"fQ'P1v xx 114'-7' X 'M wont-N sg SANDRA CAIN, Sweetheart 7I gufufe jim emafers gf Wm erzba XAQMAKERS v.L..1j,, O of s 7g ff' 551 Enilfglf' 2 aw L Q 151,90 ,NO NEW HO JIMMY WIESMAN, Beau U' QS jfe Qsczen ce gufure jguszhess Eeaogrs gf gqmefzba 73 yfe cgcfoofjjaper QSXJ - .... ...J Qrzbers ' fjrazlrzzkzzy GQJS 74 jyuensfer cSc500fy?an0f E H ::,' fur! Q, W ,ii ' r' " , Q 'f-up jfe Zeyzlrzzzersp jyanof 75 fbrum yjzacybr a120fy7Zpqbf'effes I Ggewafzliis 76 ATHLETICS 'ar f . 0' ,f U90 6 v .U , 1 1: ff' ' Z Q ' ,ii :mm-zgvgm ww W, . v: l 3? ?372 M1q,, , ' ..--':.1- " -, ,M -4-f.4.K,, ,ggi f ,.. ,. 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HAROLD FLUSCHE MARK HELLMAN JIMMY WIESMAN Guard Halfback Fullback irq V! .TOHNNY PAGEL DICKIE PAGEL ROBERT KLEMENT Tackle Guard Tackle JAMES WHITT DONNY VOGEL WELDON VOGEL Center End Quarterback 80 LS. 13 ME NN DANNY WILSON TOMMY FLUSCHE ROY MONDAY End Guard Halfback EDDIE HELLMAN NOBLE MCELREATI-I TOMMY SWIRCZYNSKI Halfback Halfback i K3 9 k 4 lx TOMMY MOSMAN ROY WIMMER Tackle Fullback 8I Guard I rnoniqk No! Avaliable RONNYE RUSSELL End my in lL sz Wuensfer ygasfefgaf f7GdI2? 83 791212113 anof UIUC! 84 ADVERTISERS s 1 - F Z-vw V, - :H --'-- i::...:::" 1 Q "" "" : "::::'i':.,.Q.EEE, HHH 1 1 1. ""- 3 H - K . ' ' ku .-Q ,. A f n l ,an fa , ...gm -45' -Si CLYDE D. FISHER Distributor of Lone Star - Jax - Falstaff Miller High Life - Hamms Pabst Blue Ribbon - Carlings Black Label Muenster, Texas DIXIE DRUGS ANGIE'S BEAUTY SHOP Drugs, Gifts, and Cosmetics Phone 29 Muenster, Texas Muenster, Texas MUENSTER ENTERPRISE Compliments of MUENSTER DRESS Quality Printing MANUFACTURING COMPANY Phone 97 Muenster, Texas Muenster, Texas J. M. WEINZAPFEL INSURANCE AGENCY For All Your Insurance Needs J. M. WEINZAPFEL HERBERT HEURER EARL J. FISHER Muenster , Texas 1 Z -i s ff Community Builders COMMUNITY LUMBER CO Lime, Sash, Doors, Lumber, Cement, Bui1der's Hardware RODY KLEMENT AND JEROME PAGEL Phone 49 Muenster COMPLIMENTS FISHER'S MARKET 87 PE ttii f as 11 I. MUENSTER BEAUTY SHOP E0 HENSCHHD INSURANCE AGENCY Phone 91 Muensfer, Texas Next Door to City Hall PYIOHC 343 PEARL WILLIAMS Fire, Auto, and Hospitalization Owner and Operator Box 368 Muenster, Texas C, D, SHAMBURGER WCLF BARBER SHOP Dealer in Custom Made Clothes Q4 , QW- f R it 'Q -5.--,ft Lou AND JERRY WIMMER Muenster' Texas Ph- 32 Muenster, Texas 88 . '21 3'-I i 1 -X-, , M.-, I '-tx gg , u: ,-L it fi , 52 x- :Q ' P: ': ' " 3-- - . v., x Q.. 4 53 '- Nu, qi. n :H ,. 4 5-, ... -X.. , .jg an. -.1 5-..- : - -' g. :H - - 'M . -. ,.,, -v -..: -21 -v -,,, 4 x N..-,. Q.. ug., . 5+ 5-'s 14' I 1 'K u x'.-f-'L"-'TH "l il-' " .2 i ---,.,, N, Q.. n . Q '-r sf- 2 - - - QQ OR - SAAXALI. WE WELCCME YOUR ACCCDUNT Officers I. M. Weinzapfel President Herbert Meurer Executive Vice-President Earl I. Fisher Vice-President and Cashier Henry G. Weinzapfel Assistant Vice-President Marian Gruber Assistant Cashier 6143742 Directors I. R. Danqelmayr R. I. Hellman Earl I. Fisher I. W. Fisher Herbert Meurer Henry G. Weinzapfel I. M. Weinzapfel lt .Ar dit jj "'llf'.11l1jl oil X W -1 - -" ' if - va.. W f .1 .Q X-fn?-?,:l'f4, '--- I . fwfr e""1t i I I L I-I .le .. wt wzntietsa AK. 1. :mere - .rr r ...tx .i mma W i -Q.i +:bX t:'t':4xt:.wr-twi-m-- '--' ""' 'L-'W Muenster State Bank Muenster, Texas ,fus s I Q I six X are K ' l. 0 2 :::f:z'. C.-.1 -' mmm , S E mm: 5 : 5 nnsnu Q ,Q X? as Ill Servinq the financial needs of this area since 1923 "Your Store" . PAGEL'S STORE Muenster, Texas STOCKMENS U92 W, T 5 , Grinding and Mixing Muenster, Texas ENDRES MOTOR CO. Muenster, Texas ...L-1 g 'f ' F N f Falcon 4 Thunderbird KGAF "1580" "First With the News" Service When You Need It MOBIL STATION CARL WALTERSCHEID Phone 99 Muens ter , Texas MUENSTER BUTAN E Butane Propane Westinghous e Appliances Sales and Service JOHNNY'S B-29 BAR zenith TV Beer and Bar-B-Q 112 Mi. North Red River Bridge Muenstef' Texas Highway 77 Phone 11.1 82 U UO HENNIGAN R Q Auro PARTS Owners CARL AND WILLIAM Wholesale Parts and Accessories WALTERSCHEID Ph. 39 Night Ph. 126-W P. O. Box 246 Phone 11 Muenster Muenster, Texas If It's Good Food You Want . . . C 1, t Visit omp irnen s , of ROHMER S CAFE MUENSTER Thick Steak, Fresh Sea Food Highway 82. Muenster , Texas MILLING COMPANY Fully Insured for Your Protection '-1' GREWING BROTHERS I - 41 - 'dw 4 f SERVICE Cable Tool and Well Service ji Contractors -Q Walker-Neer and Clark Spudders O ' 1 Wichtex and Cooper Well Service Rigs Ph : RICHXEK 182 TRACHTA STEVE, 176 -R WALTER, 278 RICHARD GREWING, Mgr. P. O. Box 387 Muenster, Texas DRILLING COMPANY Muenster, Texas 9l J. P. FLUSCHE PIPE AND SALVAGE STOP FOR SERVICE WELDING SIGN Office Home .105 45 BILLY MILLER Muenster, Texas STATION J. J. wuausn HOFBAUEWS Muenster, Texas Wholesale Distributor for MOBIL OIL COMPANY Phone 99 - House Phone 41 FOOD 8: LOCKER SERVICE ANDY I-IOFBAUER, Mgr, Muenster, Texas Phone 252 Box 37 TUGGLE MOTOR CO Sales and Service Genuine Parts Phi11iPS 66 and tp"lH'P'S Gas and ou ,VS - Accessories w Muenster, Texas Muenster, Texas Phone. 75 Once You Coon With an ELECTRIC RANGE It's 1000 to 1 I You 11 Never Change TEXAS POTWER AND LIGHT CO. I , 92 Beer and Short Orders THE CENTER CLARENCE HELLMAN S I COFFEE SHOP f H'H BAR I e LQUNGE PI'1Or1e 353 3. f DoN'T woRRY . . . GET HER GIFT AL FELDERHOFF and fl 5.5, AQ ' RICH CREWING W7f'i34f,'OA q PALACE 1 L1-- e Owners and Operators I E wPhone: 266 ml ' FOI? 'IR Rf CIR, I EMMET J. FETTE 'I X' M, H P. o. Box 267 Yo'-'CAN REI-MI N Muenster, Texas MUENSTER FURNITURE STORE General Agent STANDARD RESERVE INSURANCE COMPANY Gainesville, Texas CURTIS MARTIN MUENSTER L!S WELL SERVICE COMMISSION COMPANY Rods, Tubing, Swabbing Telephones: Residence 2272 Office 24520 Box 447 Saint Jo, Texas Sale Every Thursday DICK CAIN, DICKIE CAIN, AND WENDELL RICI-IEY Owners and Auctioneers Phone 130 93 LUKE'S FINA STATION Stt 78 Warehou Bt dPp M106 Www MW FIRST NATIONAL BANK S ' t J T Memb F D I C PEDIGO'S PHARMACY BAYER BRO ':: CONCRETE S 12 T Phone 2.25 J 1 ND In SAVE T Muenste T ,,,51,4,1s-if' 1... AT WATTS' BROTHERS Will Fill Your Prescription as the Doctor Ordered BALLARD WAT TS Gainesville , Texas WARDS APPLIANCES B! For All Home Needs Compliments of STREET PHARMACY Gainesville , Texas MANHATTAN CLOTHIERS LEO M. KUEHN Gainesville, Texas Compliments of Compliments MILTON THOMASON of DISTRICT CLERK A COOKE COUNTY FRIEND Compliments G' D' INSURANCE AGENCY of Dependable Insurance of All Kinds DR. West Side Square Gaines ville, Texas 95 Compliments THE GAINESVILLE NATIONAL BANK Gaine sville , Texas WAPLES-PAINTER CO. Lumber and Building Materials Wallpaper - Dutch Boy Paint Plumbing Supply 301 W. California Gainesville, Texas GAINESVILLE LIVESTOCK AUCTION "Sale Every Friday" Gainesville, Texas Office Phone HO 5-4367 CECIL WARD, Res. HO 5-3167 JIM PERDUE, Res. HO 5-22.55 DILLY DIP DRIVE INN Ice Cream, Malts Hamburgers and Susie-Q Potatoes MR, AND MRS. CLYDE HATCHER REDDY'S MF.N'S 8: BOYS' WEAR 104 S. Dixon Gainesville, Texas Since 1884 It's KADEN, THE FLORIST Choice Cut Flowers Floral Designs and Plants Phone: HO 5-5221 P,O, Box 833 Phone HO 5 -3 132 COCHRAN'S DRIVE INN Fine Steaks Charcoal Broiled Special Meals for Children North Highway 77 Gainesville, Texas THE FIRST STATE BANK Gaine sville , Texas Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Q.- I rg GRAY BROTHERS ARMY STORE Greever Gray 315 Commerce Ph. HO 5-4003 STANLEY CHADWELL JEWELER All Watch and Clock Repairing Electronically Timed and Ultrasonic Cleaned 317 N. Commerce Gainesville, Texas THE B. B. STORE Clothes for All the Family TEMPLE PHARMACY Gainesville, Texas Pre scriptions Filled by a 209 North Commerce Registered Gainesville, Texas Pharmacist Men's and Boys' Wear COMMERCE STREET STORE The Home of Branded Merchandise You Know Best Gainesville , T exas I . STEPHENSON TIRE 8 BATT. "Let George Do It" Gainesville, Texas 98 Courtesy JOE WALTER LUMBER COMPANY LEONARD ODOM DRY GOODS Piece Goods - Work Clothes Nocona Boots Shoes for All the Family! Masonic Temple Building Gainesville, Texas 205 West Elm Street Ambulance GEO. J. CARROLL 8. SON FUNERAL HOME 602 Lindsay Street Gainesville, Texas Compliments of CURTWOOD RESTAURANT ENDERBY BU TANE gl GAS Phone HO 5-3457 Gainesville, Texas W. W. HOWETH COMPANY Abstracts of Title Farm Loans .TACK DON KINNE'S JEWELERS Since 1889 Gainesville, Texas FRANCIS WIESE -- Watches H, O, KINNE -- O.D. Read All the News in the GAINESVILLE DAILY REGISTER Gainesville, Texas NECCHI-ELNA SEWING CIRCLE Gainesville , Texas Sales - Service - Rentals Custom Made Buttons, Buckles and Belts 320 E. California Ph. HO 5-2542 COOKE COUNTY ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE ASSOCIATION Electric Power for Rural Progress TYLER 81 SIMPSON CO. Wholesale Grocers Gainesville, Texas Principal Office Gainesville, Texas Branch Hous e s Ardmore, Oklahoma Norman, Oklahoma TOM THUMB SUPERMARKET lllO E. California St, Gaine sville , T exas We Give Frontier Stamps and Bonus Cards PARKER ELECTRIC Contracting - Supplies Phone Phone HO 5-2721 HO 5-3263 Gainesville, Texas H.8.K. AIR C ONDITIONING Westinghouse Refrigeration and Air-Conditioning Sales and Service Phone HO 5-4451 706 E. California St. Gainesville, Texas 302 Drive in Window Free Parking WATTS PRESC RIPTION SHOP N. Grand HO 5-3438 GaineSville'S Only Pharmacy With Drive In Service. We Service All Types of Boats, Motors, Lawn Mowers GAINESVILLE MARINE SHOP 1010 North Grand Avenue Gainesville, Texas R. L. MORRIS, Owner - Manager Business Phone HO 8-8381 Residence Phone HO 5-9566 9 DEPARTMENT STORE GAINESVILLE, TEXAS BOYD AND BREEDING STUDIO Gainesville, Texas Glamour Photographs Weddings Family Groups Compliments of RUSSELL C HIROPRA C TIC C LINIC 410 N. Dixon Street Gainesville, Texas TOMMIE LOU'S Fine Shoe s 202 N. Dixon Phone HO 5-6081 Gaine sville , Texas Compliments of FRANK DUSTIN School and Office Supplie s Gaine sville , Texas BROWNlNG'S Diamonds, Watches China and Silver 2.01 East California Street Gainesville, Texas Serving You Since 1926 SIMPSON'S SPORTING GOODS Gainesville , Texas BANDB SALES Damaged Freight 301 West Broadway Gainesville, Texas FRED AND RALPH H SNUGGS Oil Producers Gaine sville, Texa's M BIG DIPPER DONUT sHoP AND MRS. J. L, MEADOWS 839 East California Gainesville, Texas EAST SIDE CLEANERS BILL BLANTON 833 East California Gainesville, Texas P. D. SPORTING Goons Fishing Tackle Guns - Ammunition Fishing and Hunting License Texas and Oklahoma P. D. GANDILLON Gainesville, Texas Compliments of J. R. WIMBERLY I02 NEWLAND FURNITURE COMPANY Everything for the Home 201 No. Dixon St. Phone HO 5-2461 Gainesville, Texas Mpoon Mm me .Wm ,fam awww- 74l N.-GRAND H05-297I PIKES GROCERY 901 N. Grand Gainesville, Texas Open on Sundays From 8 to 8 30 WOODS BEAUTY CENTER Profes sional Work LENOMA WARD BRENDA Mc LAGHON PAT BROWNING 1208 O'Nea1 HO 5-9837 MUENSTER WHOLESALE BEER DISTRIBUTORS ASSOCIATION CLYDE D. FISHER GILBERT F.. ENDRES URBAN J. ENDRES I03 METZLER BROS. DRIVE INN RONNIE HERR'S LEE, GERALD AND BILL, GULF SERVICE Owners Cold Beer and Barbecue Lindsay, Texas Specializing in Pit Barbecue 606 Summit Ave. Gainesville, Texas Phone HO 5-658.1 BY BEE TIRE 405 Fort Worth Drive Denton, Texas Recapping Repairing Phone 3 82-9003 CLUB "60" Food and Beer PAT SCHMITZ, Manager Lindsay, Texas PAUL ENDRES HAY COMPANY Muenster , T exas WILSON AND WILSON Distributors of Farm and Industrial Products Gaine svi11e , Texas Wholesale and Retail 115 Santa Fe Phone HO 5-5011 GREEN GABLE LOUNGE AND BAR JOE BEZNER Owner and Manager Food, Wine, and Beer RAY WILDE INSURANCE "Coverage for Any Need" J, B, WILDE Automatic Transmission and Glass Specialist K, GRADY JONES Cut-Rate Liquor and Beer HERB MILLER, Mgr. TONY'S SEED STORE Tested and Re-Cleaned Seed Fertilizer TONY TRUBENBACH Muens ter and Lindsay JIMMY LEHNERTZ., Distributor For Fine Cruli Products Gainesville, Texas Phonecl-IO 5-4562 Keep Building and Drilling with GARY-NEES LUMBER. 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