New Braunfels High School - Unicorn Yearbook (New Braunfels, TX)

 - Class of 1952

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Masque .and Wig 52, Reporter 52: National Honor Society RAYMOND BECKER-Band 47, 48, 49. 50. 51, 52, Masque 52: Na""m'l Thewan S"C""y 52' and Wig 51, President 52: Future 1-lomemakers 51: Stables RUTH BRETZKE-Volleyball 47. 48: Rangerettes 11 52 48, 49, 50, 51. Vive Pl'95iflPIll 52: Orehestra 48. 49. 50. 513 Secretary 51, 52: Chorus 51, 52. Vice President 52 Student Council 52: Boys' State 51. JERRY BRODBECK-Band 47: Stables 47, 48, 49, 50, 51: ' Unicorn C Squad 48: B Squad 49, 50: A Squad 51: Co- captain 52: Honorable Mention District 'IAAA Football . Team 52: Ramblers 51, 52, Song Leader 52: FHA 51, 52, Song Leader 52: Boys' State 51: Vice President ,lunior Class 51: President Senior Class 52: Senior Class Favorite 52. JOHN BUECHE-Unicorn B Squad 51: Unicorn A Squad 52: Stables 47, 48, 49, 50, 51, 52: Art Club 51. ' GLORIA C.-'X1.HO1'N-Band 47. 48. 49: Stables 47. 48. 50. 51. 52: Vice President 49: Future Teachers 50. 51. Vice President 51, Secretary 52: Future Home-makers 51. Vice President 51. Area Corresponding Secretary 512 Spanish Club 50. 51. 52. President 51. 52: Pep Squad 51: National Honor Society 51: Masque and Wig Club 52: Student Council 51. 52. 52. 50. MIKE C.-XRNIODY--Ramblers 52. Songleader 52: Football 49. 50. 52. Scuiars MAIDA CHANEY-FHA 50, 51. 52: Vice President 52: EUGENE DEMUTH-FFA 50 Football 48 49 Stables Pep Squad 50: Horn and Hoof 51: Rangerettes 52. 50, 51: Bookettes 52, LEROY CLARK-Crown Bearer 47: Ramblers 51. 522 CLIFFORD DlETZ-EFX 50 11 52 Vice President 51 Basketball B Squad 49. 50, 51. A Squad 52: Football B President 52: Student Council 52 Squad 50, 51. Manager -A Squad 52. BARBARAliTOllSON-Pep Squad 47. 48. 49: Stables 47. 48, 49. 50. 5 . 521 Horn and Hoot' Staff 50. 511 Spiders 51, 52: FH.-X 43. 49. 51. 52: Junior High Chee-rl:-atle-r 48, 49. JANET DOEHNE-lland 48. 49: Stables 48. 49. Chorus 50, 51: FH 4 52. Treasurer. 52: Fluid:-rs 51. 52. Vice Pres- ident 52: Masque and Wig 52: Science Club 51. 49. 50. 72 BETTY LOI' DCELN1-Pep Squad 48: Stables 48. 49: FTA 501 Volleyball Club 51. 52. Treasurer 51. Vice Presi- dent 52: Spider- 51. 52. Treasurer 52: Science Club 51: Tumbling Club 51: Captain Senior Girls Volleyball Team 52. 1901115 1JL'PRl::Y-Science Club 51: Bookettes 52. Treas- urer 52: Chorus 51. 52. President 52: Student Council 52. if' 1 Smiars Auinsw, MARIE DURRWACHTER-Chorus 51, 52: FHA 51, 52. IDA GAFFORD-Stables 47, 48: Volleyball Club 48, 49 MARGARET ELBEL-Volleyball 51, 52. 'ilu-5 Pep Squad 49: FHA 49, 50: Horn and Hoof Staff 50, 51 MARY CARZA-Chorus 51, 52. WALLIE CERLICH-Class Secretary 47: FHA 49. 50. 51, 52: Parliamentarian 52: Stables Representative 48. 49. 50, 51, 52: Cheerleader 51. Head Cheerleader 52: Spanish Club 50. 51: Rangerettes 50. 51, 52, President 52: National Honor Society 51, 52. Reporter 51: Student Council 51, 52: Art Club 51. Vice President 51: Queen of Hearts Represen- tative 51, Duchess 51: Class Favorite 50, 52. BETTY LOU GREGORY-Class Favorite 49: Class Re' porter 50: Spiders 50, 51, 52: Spanish Club 50: Stables Committee 51: Class Secretary 51: Volleyball Club 51: Sgt.-at-Arms 51: Tumbling Club 51. Treasurer 51: Student Council 52. Treasurer 52: Bookettes 52: National Honor Society 52, Vice President 52. ORA MAL H.-SAS-FHA 49: Nude-nt Council 52: Wfrlley- ball Club 51. 52. Vice President 51. President 52. WILFRED HASSMANN-Baseball 51: Ramblers 51. 52 Ynlleylxall 50. 51. 52. miars 43 MARLENE HEIDEMAN-F angerettes 50, 51, 52, Treas- FRANCES HERBELIN-FFA 50, 51, 52, President 50, 51 urer 52g National Honor Society 529 Bookettes 523 Uni- Parliamentarian 52. 51g FHA 48, 494 FTA 509 T bl' l b 51. C0'n"mS um mg Cu CARLOS HERNANDEZ-Volleyball Club so, 51. DENNIS HEITKAMP-Unicorn B Squad 49. 50, Unicorn A Squad 523 Ramblers 50. 51. 52. DONALD HILL-Band ol. 52 PAT HOFFMAN-Pep bquad 41. 48. 49. 50. 51. 52, Spiders 50. 51. 52. FHA 47. 48. 49, 50. 51. 523 Scienoe Club 50. 513 FTA 50. 51. 523 Parliamentarian 52: Tumbling Club 50. 51. vw-'11 ROBERT ,l.-331135--Stalrlvf if. 43. 49: R21fIl1Jlf'1'S 31. 52: Football 31. 323 Sflninr Cla-4 Sgt.-at-.-'lrnii 32: Student Council 31. 32: 51-nior Rf'lt1'P5f'Yl18I1Xf' to fJUPP1'l of 1'1Parts 52. Duke 32. FERIJINAND JPN!! Seuiars 5- ESTHER K.-XNZ-Band 49, 30. 31: Orvhestra 303 Spiflvrs N1'KXlNE KOCH-Hand 49, 30, 313 Stuflvnt Council 50: 50. 31. 323 Rep. 31, 323 Horn anml Hoof 31. 32: x12iN4IlH'liI1ll Stablv- 30, 31: Hangs-rr-ttfs 31. 32. Rvpurtf-r 313 Sci:-nm' Wig 51: 5ci,.n..,. Club 51: gr. qjlu.. KW. 321 Na,i,,,,a1 tllub 31: Masque- and Wig Club 31: Spanish Club 31. 32. Hunor gm.. 52. 5,.,.,.'l',,.a.' 32: lg.,,,k,.,,,.. 32- yiu. pn... Sf-vrvtary 32: Suphonmrf- Que-en uf H01-lfls Rf-pn-sentativr 31. llut-lww 31. IJOROTHY KOHLENBERG 521 Sr. Rvp, to Quo-e-n of Hvartf 32. Qin-4-n 32. JO KARll.MIl1 Claw Famritv -18. 49: Claw Sw. 19. 2ntl Vive- Pre'-. nf Orvhe-Ntra 49: Fre'-h, Qtnwn nl He-arts lie-p. 491 lltivlie-se 491 Nlajnre-ltr 30. 31, 321 Spani-li Club 303 Tre-as. 313 Hangrra-tt:-s 30, 31. 32. Vim- l'rf-N. 321 Scif-nce Club 313 Stable-s 47, 48. 1-9, 30. 31. 32, 2n1l Yin- Pri-Q, 311 National Honor Suv. 31. 32: Stull'-nt Ifoun. 47. 48. 49. 30, 31. 32. Prvs. 32: Dis. Stutlvnt lfuun. 1'ro--. 32: lle-ft-.-Xll- Ruunfl 31, 32. If' WILBURN KRAKSE PATSY KRETZNIEIER-liantl 30. 31, 32. Captain 323 Masque and Wig Club 31. 32. Tre-asurz-r 323 National The-spian Society 323 Chural Club 32. Rvportvr 323 Orches- tra 48, 49. 30, 313 Horn and Huof Staff 313 Spiders 50, 51, 323 Pep Squad 493 Stables 49. "" fo- JAMET LEISM.-KN" Stalulvf 1-T. 48. 49. 50. 51. 52: Stables Reprefenlntin- 52: l'f-p iquail 48. 19. 50. 52: FH.-X 48. 49. 50, 511 171.-X 50, 51. Trea-urer 51: Spider, 51. 52. Sung Leader 523 Science Club 513 Horn and Hoof Staff 52. Smiars LORINE MECKEL--Volleyball 50, 513 Chorus 51, 52. GEORGE MOELLER-Horn and Hoof Staff 50, 51. 52 , A . , . NANNETTE MERCELE-Queen of Hearts Representative rt Club 50 51 52 50. Princess 503 Masque and Wig Club 51. 52, Secretary 523 DON MOORE-Volleyball 50. 51. 52. Science Club 513 Horn and Hoof 51. 52. Editor 51. 52g FHA 50, 513 Stable-5 50. 51. 52: Bookettes 523 Spiders 50. 51, 52. Secretary 51. 52g Student Council, 51. 52g National Thespian Society 52. Secretary 52: Boukette Secretary 51: Duchess to lncarnate Word. THOMAS XIOURNIAN Nalrles-17. 18. 49. 30. Bl: ivienu Club 51. Kamhleru 50. 31. 52g Foutlmall 51. 52. 1-19 Q FRANCES xioiuliis WALTER NOLAN-Class Sgt.-at-Arms -1-T: Ramblers 50, 51. 521 Football 51. 523 Stables 47. 48. 49, 50. 51, 522 Science Club 51: Student Council 50. 52: Junior Class President 51. BETTY OAKLEY-Pep Squad 50. 515 Stables 50. 51, 52: Science Club 511 Horn and Hoof 51. 52, Business Manager 51, 523 Bookettes Sgt.-at-Arms 51: President 523 Spiders 51, 52. Sgt.-at-Arms 52: Student Council 52. Seniors 'Qi' GASTON PARSONS-Band 47. 48, 49, 50, 51, 52: Captain RENE PETROSKY 523 FTA 50, 51g Spanish Club 50g Orchestra 52. FRANKIZIN PFEUFFER-Class Sgt.-at-Arms 483 Class DORTHEA PEREZ Favorite 483 Class President 493 FFA 513 Bookettes 52, Sgt.-at-Arms 52g Student Council 49, 52g National Honor Society 52, President 52. 1 ,IO ANN PIPKIN-Rangerettes 51, 52, Reporter 52: PHA 523 Bookettes 51, 52. Reporter 523 Science Club 51: Band 48, 49, 503 Stables 48. 49. 50, 513 Masque and Wig 515 National Honor Society 525 Senior Class Treasurer 52. LELAND PR EISS FR.-'tNKl.lN PREI SNER-N olleyball 50. 51. 52. JOHN l'R0f.Tl'.R-Golf Team 49. 30. 51. Captain 50. 513 Seienve ffluli 50. 512 National Honor Soeiety 52. Seniors :va l MINNIE RAHE MORRILL ROSS, JR.-Ramblers 51, 52, Vice-President 515 Sgt.-at-Arms Junior Class 51g Science Club 513 Elected ZULEMA RODRIGUEZ President of Senior Class 52. ANONA SCHIEVELBUN-Spanish Club 49, 50g Spiders 50. 51. 52, Vice President 52: FTA 503 Book:-ttei 32. nbfx SARAHLEE SCHNIIIJT- Ort-hestra 48. -19: Stables 48. 49. 50. 51. 52: Band 50g Stables li0IlllIllllf'l' 419. 51. 521 Spiders 51. 52, Corresponding Secretary 52: Stud:-nt Coun- cil 51. 52: Chorus 31. 523 Science Club 51: FTA 51. 52 President 523 junior Clase Reporter 52. STANLEY SCHLYETER--Spanish Club 49: Volleyball 51 MENAN SCHRIEWER - Class President 473 Student ,F Council 48, 50, 51, 525 Sophomore Vice President 503 Ramblers 50, 51, 52, President 523 Football 50, 51, 52, Captain 525 Basketball 49, 50, 51, 525 Baseball 513 Track 503 National Honor Society 51, 52, Sophomore Favorite tt 503 Senior Vice President 523 Stables 50, Sgt.-at-Arms 50, Football awards: Second all district 513 All Central Texas 513 All District 523 Honorable Mention All State 51. CHARLES SCHUMANN-Band 47, 48, 49, 50. 51, 523 Orchestra 52. Seniors YQ V' O-.5 59 io' 4347" tr ir w I ..- AUBREY SMITH SYLVIA SON BONNIE SPICER-Volleyball Club 49, 50, 51, 52, Sec- retary 523 FHA 50, 513 Horn and Hoof 50, 51, 52, Club Editor 51, Circulation Manager 52. DAVID TEES-Spanish Club 49, 50, 51, 523 Science Club 50, 519 Stables 50, 51, Captain of Intramural Tennis Team: Number sense, Spelling, Debating Teams. ANNE TIMMERMAN Stables 50. 51, 52, Sophomore Vice President 505 Student Council 523 Spiders 50. 51. 52, Sgt.-at-Arms 51, President 52. ANDREW TOLLE fb Xb FRANCES TRIESCH-Stables 50. 51, 521 Treasurer 511 Class Vive President 47: Sophomore Secretary-Treasurer 50: Span- ish Club 50. 51, Treasurer 51: Student Council 51. 521 National Honor Society 51 52' 'Hain rette 50 51 52' 'Xnnual Staff 3 4 Z JOHANNA ULLRICH-Pep Squad 47, 48, 49, 50. 51, 52. Cheerleader 51. 52: Ranger- ettes 50. 51. 52, Songzleader 52: FTA 50. Songleader 50: junior Class Treasurer 51: Student Council 51. 52: Chorus Club 51. President 51: 1-'HA 47. 48. 49. 51: Stables . - . . 1 v - . 1 . - . . . 51. 52, Assistant Editor 51. Editor 52: 47, 48. D.A.R. Representative 52. ix H 'I 78' 1- A ff C, VALERIE WALDSCHMIDT-Pep Squad 50: Rangerettes 50, 51, 52: FHA 51: Historian 51: Science Club 50, 51: Masque and Wig Club 51. 52: Choral Club 51: Annual Q Q U v V Staff 52, Photography Editor 52. MARGARET VARWICK VIRGINIA W'A1,LACEvSpanish Club 51. 52. Sgtfat-Arms 52: Volleyball Club Manager 521 Tumbling Club 51. Vice President 51: Bookettes 52. Secretary 521 Chorus 52: Annual Staff 52, Literary Editor 52. 51: Stables Representative 51. 52. .1-, JOLINE VANCE QS 00 GEORGE WARNER-Class Favorite 48: Science Club 50, ni QA PATSY WEl.1.EH--liookettes 52. Treasurer 52: Spiders Q 51. 52: Science l,lub 511 5panish Club 51. 52: Senior Class Treasurer 52. 1 Qs rf' JERILXN WlN1xL1'.H PHA 49. Orchestra -1.. 18. 49. 50, 51, Yiee President 51: Spiders 51. 52. Historian and Stables Representative 52: Science Club 51. X2 ill In 'Ol W I -'iff' 'Q ' ' za if 'Ia . f, ' .9 0 . 5' 0 ',' o o xgO: 1.0 x.'sk,f.'.l 0 I N 9 0. X03 9 35.05 x .i z . -1 " 6 G - 1,3 .Q nv .A 5.6 W I AA ,HN x Q,-1'X1', ,K . 1 1 v 0. , 1915 . ,, ' ' w . 5 is 1 1 4 5 juuivrs Mary Ann Arnold Frances Behrendt Peggy Berry Phyllis Bregnard Zada Bremer James Casio Lawrence Classen Mike Collins , -Q Larry :Kvhtcrlrerg Joy AflCflI13Il Shirley Altwein Robert Amaro Dwayne Council Melba ,lean Crenwelge Loyd Davis Matty Dengler Frieda Dietert ,lean Dieter! Leary Durrwachter Dorothy Eickenroht Hunter Grantham Pat Griffith Clinton Guenther Sue Hampe Harvey Eikel Joan Evans Gerald Fiegerle Dorothy Fischer Marijane Fischer Betty Lou Friesenhahn Barbara Gardner Juanita Gonzales junk 5 ,fzwivrs I f 1 i Andres Hernandez John Hillje David Heirholzer Harold Hoffmann Patricia Hubbard Gilbert lkels Tressie Mae Jarisch Jeanette ,lostes 5 .2 lrf-ne Hansmann Maureen Hanz Eleanor Heidemann Fred Henne P - ""s Joanna lXClSllIlg K H ' so Bobby Koehler L-Q Bobby Krueger Norman Kuebel QQ via Dean Lloyd Maria Lopez Peggy Lovel ,limmy Leissner Stanley Mielke Margie Miller Arline Moeller Shirley Moeller Hugh McClendon Milton Marsch Raul Martinez Freddy Maus Julia Maynard ,lo Ann Meckel J ack Mergele Louise Mergele di fllllb 5 3 Q ,fzmiars Judy Nuhn Dorothy Ott Myrtle Ott Henry Morales Joyce Mullenix Tommy Nate Thomas Partida P Dale Paslean Harvey Pfannstiel Mary Anne Pierce Mildred Pittman Charles Plumeyer Virginia Reininger Marie Ritchter Patsy Rust James David Rutherford Vernell Sahm Adlai Salge Lupe Sanchez Arlon Saur Baruch Schmidt 4- K . si O Jerome Schorn Myrtle Seibert Bobby Seiter Harriet Schmidt Peggy Jo Schmidt Harvey Schneider Wilbert Schneider fv- ,Yun nfs juuiars Eugene Stephens Shirley Stratemann Jewell Soefje John Specht Nancy Staats Vernon Uecker Elizabeth Vickers Herbert Waldschmidt James Valentine Mike Velasquez Henrietta Weidner Bill Wilson Ronald Zunker 1' ny: 'fr L' l Y. v " , f ' s Y v V 35 A 5 v 5 'F +7-.zff " ,, ,'T- 5 + ., 2.2, 2' 3 4 5,7414 , . nk. ,- c v ' " 4' H , ff 'Rf , tf-hge, I . ei '2-ff 0 , 'w"9'.,f"' ' s ix Rennie Bading Fred Baetge Malcolm Bartels W 4 Mary ,lane Barton Greta Bassinger Shirley Bulgerin Robert Busch Patsy Buske Minerva Bustos Arnparo Acevedo Julia Aguilar Charlotte Alexander Jackie Allen Saplmmvres Grace Becker Albert Brandt Betty ,lane Bueche Grey Bassinger Gertrude Becker i , ff 2 Carlos Cantu Annette Castleberry Dora Cedillo Martha Ann Cockrell Mary Ann Collins i Adrian Council Bruce Cox Clifford Curtis Clifton Curtis Saplzomvres Fred D'Albini Franklin Demuth Arline Dierks Beth Dillard Lamar Dodson Clarence Dolle George Durrwachler Dolores Elley Peggy Ann Elsworth Alice Ami Grosser Dorothy Hagedorn Katherine Hansmann Alton Hanz 1' X Beverly Fellers Jackie Fellers Bill Foy Anthony Friesenhahn 2 Mary Lou Friesenhahn Wlallace Enders Lee Eoff Barbara Erben Baldemar Espinoza Soplzamnres Bertha Gonzales Jaime Gonzales Stanley Govier Q! Norma ,lo Cafford Phillip Gilbert it Norman Hanz Leonard Henk Annie Rose Herry Talmadge Higginbotham Jo Ann Hillje Forrest Hodges Charlie Howrey Martin Hubbard Warren Hurst Mary Sue lnscore Jo Anne Jackson Saplzzwzarc Henrietta Jonas Lawrence Kaiser Felix Kneuper Kenneth Kowald Evelyn Krause Bill Kretzmeier Micki Linsmeier Melrose Ott Hubert Patterson Roland Penshorn Rebecca Perez Shirley Pfannstiel Walter Preston Hilmar Preusser Victor Reback Wilfred Reiland Yvonne Reinhard Mary Ann Reidel Pat Robertson Mary Robinson 1? A Shirley Rust W Mary Saenz Saplzmwres ,lo Ann Salge Rudolph Sanchez Maurice Schmidt William Schmidt Bruno Schroeder Elbert Seiter loe Smith Frances Weisser Virginia Werner Glenn Ray Zipp Tommy Zipp Bennie Wehman Walter Weidner Doris Weinaug Saplzamares John Tausch Glenn Timmermann Mary Ullrich Jerome Vetter Thomas Villarreal Louis Ray Soell Jean Spencer Gladys Staats Molly Stobaugh Amy Voigt Melvin Voigt A s ..... ' .M -lg- P' L g I II- m IIIIIIIIIIIIIIUVW I aa, alum W X x FI' 1 f - L 5 .f '...-5-... E A ' l,'i"-I--'li 'W m If U --M- Q-41.- - E Z1 N EE fl vial I K I Y, x ... Senior Zzlfarifes WALLIE GERLICH JERRY BRODBECK ' , ff 4 K f' ' ,z 8, I 4, Z! Saplmmare Eifzvarites ADRIAN COL NCIL CHARLES HOWREY iuuiar 5'a1f0rifcs MARIJANE FISCHER VERNON UECKER NANCY STAATS Duchess to Western Celebralzon Kerrvllle Texa FRANCES TRIESCH Good Cztzzenshzp Award D A R Representatzne School Kvpr enfnfizfe NANNETTE MERGELE Incarnate Word College Duchess to the Forest of Enchantment PAT HUBBARD Duchess to Frontier Days San Marcos Texas xf f +'+ y11ev41i Q 'L' X 63244, 5 k eiwiw . Lf il LZ l k -Aw Q 0 'Q 4 I sf I ' , ', 'U 5 D A , W"- , 5 l B - 4 girl l P , IYI X gn S . , 1 N. , a 4 'l xx P , I , n A 1 B '25 4 s ' 1 .N . A fl , K- v L 4 uh f mn . ' I 'f nx ' X ' Kxxlllll T i Al 4 - 3 ,,-,,.......1...--- Avlr- 3'-" - v iz Y--ly, - .. l .1...1--- '-L kA 1 Che 16' lack W dow 'wx NJ, 2 .. W 2 sv Anne Timmermann Patsy Weller Nannette Mergele Betty Lou Duelm President ,lerilyn Winkler Historian and Stables Representative Sarahlee Schmidt Corresponding Secretary 1:93 ' 'T an Vice President Secretary Treasurer, First Semester During the first semester the Spiders held their radio programs on Monday, Wednesday', and Friday afternoons, and during the second semester they held their programs only on Friday afternoon. They participated in the Fair Parade on Septem- ber 28. They sold linicorn schedule pencils and refreshments at basketball games. They gave a Christmas dinner on December 23 for the Senior Spider members at the Faust Hotel. The Spiders held their formal at Lake Breeze on March 13. Janet Doehne Vice President Second Semester .loy Aclerman Charlotte Alexander Phyllis liregnard Doris Cedillo Adrian Council Barbara Dodson Berry Un-gt-ry Sue Hampe Jo Ann Hillje Palsy Hoffman Pat Hubbard Spider Klub - qw q-'v Esther Kanz Betty Oakley Janet Liesman Henry Nhepparrl Reporter Sgt.-at-Arms Song Leader Qponsor The Spiders had a number of projects during the year. They gave ten dollars to Mrs. Leming to be used for a needy family. The Spiders helped sell poppies on November 10 for the American Legion and helped the Fraternal Order of Eagles collect money for the Damon Runyon Cancer Fund. Ten dollars was donated towards the hospital fund. An Easter egg hunt was given for the colored children at the Booker T. Washington School by the Spiders. Patsy Kretzmeler Louise Mergele Margie Miller Arlene Moeller Shirley Moeller Mary Lou Oberkamp Myrtle Ott Anona Schvielhein Gladys Staats Nancy Staats Elizabeth Vickers Henrietta Wiedner Cale Nelson Sponsor Anne Dugger Honorary 'llember Mary Ann Arnold Mary ,lane Barton Gertrude Becker Grace Becker Kang rcttcs During the year 1951-1952 the Rangerettes as- sisted the Rotary Club in a drive to raise money for the new hospital. ln the cancer drive we helped the Fraternal Order of Eagles. and in the tubercu- losis drive the Rangerettes worked in cooperation with the American Legion Auxiliary. At Christmas time we gave a party for the chil- dren at Booker T. Washington School. W'allie Cerlich President Jo Karhach Vice President Ruth Bretzke Secretary Marlene Heideman 1 Patsy Buske f' , R 4,11 cf"'If I uuutfffli " r Manda Chaney Mary Ann Collins ,-5 Treasurer jo Ann Pipkin Reporter .1 urly IN uhn Historian 6 Mellna ,Ivan Lrenvwlgr Dorothy Enckenroht Mary bana Nfenan qchnewer President First Semester Dennis Heitkamp 'Nfornll Ross Jr Vice President First Semester Walter Nolan Secretary Treasurer First Semester Jackie Fellers Wilfred Hassmann Dave Rutherford Sgt at Arms First Semester Jerry Brodbeck Song Leader First Semester Kenneth Ikels Sponsor Leroy Clark Clifford Curtis Matty Dengler There are twenty-four members in the Rambler Club and their sponsor is Mr. Kenneth lkels. The new directory which is. found in the entrance to the building was donated by the Ramblers. It lists the teachers' names, the subjects they teach. and their home rooms. ln order to raise money for these and other projects. the Ramblers sold hot dogs at the football games. 6' In December, 1951, their new uniforms. white Coveralls with the club symbol on the back. were introduced to the school scene. The Ramblers and their dates enjoyed a hayride and weiner roast on April 26. 1952. During the spring of the year, plans were made and work begun to provide the new school with a tennis court. Thomas Moorman Sgt.-at-Arms Second Semester Mike Carmody Song Leader Second Semester Fred lienne lfamlflcrs Harold Hoffman Charles Howrey Robert James Vernon Uecker Vice President Second Semester Harvey Pfannstiel S ecretary-Treasurer Second Semester f . Lf' X Rene Petrosky Barry Schmidt Dwayne Council President Second Semester Eugene Stephens OFFICERS Franklin Pfiieffer l'resi'flPn1 Be-tty' Gregory life f're.si'rlenl Esther Kan? SPITPIIIVI-TVPIIYIAVPV Jeanette jo-te-s Reporter The basic for election to the National Ilonor Society is Character, Scholarship. Leadership, and Service. This year there are eighteen nieinhers in the Society of which four are old members. Mary' Louise Nelson is the sponsor. The fourteen new members were brought into the National Honor Society at the initiation ceremony held on December 19. 1951. The Society sponsored a panel dis- cussion on the Citizenship Code in March. 1952. On April 15. 1952. the Society' held a "White Elephant Salem for the purpose of raising inoney for a gift to the school. With the money from this sale and froni a previous fund the Society donated some curtains for the H1.ittle Theater." On May' 2. 1952. the Society held its annual dinner and dance. The dinner was served at Hotel Faust with dancing afterwards at Lake Breeze. A it , ,, - MISS MARY LOLISE NELSON DON BIIIDERMANN GLORIA CALHOLN MARIJANE FISCHIIR Sponsor WALUE GERI-ICH B1-:TTY Lou GREGORY SUE HAMPE I MAR'-ENE HEIDEMAN JOHN HlLl-JE JEANETTE Josrzs ESTHER MAE KANZ 1 O -I I K I ,, , I .A " ya I I ' 30 KARBACH ARLINE MOLLLER JUDY NUHN ' FRANKLIN PFUEFFE JO ANN PIPKIN JOHN PROCTER MENAN SCHRIEWER FRANCES TRIESCH V1 We-A Sfudmf Enuncil First row. left to right: Franklin Pfeuffer. Wallie Gerlich. Matty Uengler. Walter Nolan. Barry Schmitlt. Phillip Gilbert. Me-nan Schriewer. Bruno Schroeder. Doris Duprey. Mr. Gale- Nelson. Mitlcllv row: Mary jane- Barton, Anne Timmermann. Betty Oaklry. Nannr-ltr' Ni:-rgrlr, Franvr-s Tris-sch. Frif-da Dietvrt. Ora Mae Haas. France-S Wvissvr, Bottom row: jo Karlvavh. Nl:-llma ,lr-an Crenwelgv. Marijanr- Fistlier. Suv Hampc-. Gr:-ta Haxsingvr. Sarahlvv Sl'llIUl1ll. Alucly Nulin. N02 pirturetl are: Dwayne' Council. Bvtty Lou Gregory. Rolwrt ,larm-5. Harwy Pfannstif-l. and Molly Stolmaugh. E is ln the month of November we attended the Bexar County Student Council Convention at Alamo Heights at which we were accepted as a permanent member. Also in November, Sue Hampe. Jo Karbach, Matty Dengler. Barry Schmidt. and llr. Nelson attended the Southern Association of Student Councils in Shreveport. Louisiana. A "White Elephant Sale" was held to raise money for this trip. On December 22, the Student Council sponsored the Christ- mas program for the benefit of needy families, the price of admission per person being a canned food. The chorus, orchestra. and dance band rendered selections for the student body's entertainment. At the beginning of the second semester the N.B.H.S. Student Council was elected president school of the South Central Texas Student Councils. During the months of February and March. members of the Council enjoyed two "Pot Luck" suppers and two conventions. Hr. Nelson was host at the first. and Sue Hampe, hostess at the second. The first convention was held in San Marcos by the South Central Texas Student Council for the purpose of acouainting those schools which did not have student councils OFFICERS .lo Karbach President Bruno Schroeder .. President Judy Nuhn . Secretary Betty Lou Gregory Treasurer Gale H. Nelson Sponsor Frank I.ePasqual Sponsor with the advantages the council can offer. Jo Karbach. as president of the district council, presided and gave the presi- derhial address. Frances Weisser. Sarahlee Schmidt. Phillip Gilbert, Mr. DePasqual. and Hr. Nelson attended the Texas Association of Student Councils at Corpus Christi. Beginning in March and extending over several weeks was the study of parliamentary procedure. a course of benefit to all council members. During the last week in April the Council sponsored a "City Government Day." and their annual talent show. An "Orientation Day" was sponsored by the Council in the first week of Nlay for all students in the ninth grade in Junior High School to acquaint them with the school they will be attending soon. Programs by featured performers of Southern School As- semblies were brought to the student body by the Student Council during the entire school year. The Student Council compiled and edited the first school handbook in the history of New Braunfels High School. lt is to be available on September 1, 1952. if OFFICERS Melba jean Crenwelge ,,,,,,,,,,,,, Grey Bassinger , Shirley Moeller ., Beverly Fellers Molly Stobaugh ,.,, Walter Nolan ,, Mr. Robert Dedeke Mr. C. L. Weigel .. Mr. William Kolodzie , President Vice President , ,, Serretary . , Treasurer Reporter ,, Sgt-at-Arms Sponsor , , Sponsor Sponsor lla corn Stables gt: 3 6' I 1 MEMBERQ OF THE SFABLES CONIXIITTFF Janet Liesman and George Warner gent: r Repre entatne Narahlee Stlimidt and Barn Qelimidt junior Representatives: Mary Lou Oberkamp and Grew Ba inger Sophomore Repre entatne Harriet Schmidt and Jerilyn Winkler Rangerette and Qpider Rt pre entatiwe respective-lw 1 . -L." 'F nf. ,- L 1 in e 'A x , x v, , :,g,,.f . ......' .,...... Q - , as ! K I 1 l xr Q lt . -X AW r' n ' h. r '.-. 6" :FV ,. , 'K ', I 0--.mv M 1 1 fm:- fr, I .......",g, X ,mzrv - f 4 1 Y 4. : .1 ,Q A auf' W., J. 32, s J ' uv Xf'a-I . ,,g.. Ag I . n N. f ' 4. lux OFFICERS Clifford Dietz , . Wilburt Schneider ,, , . Lawrence Classen , Fred D'Albini .. Elgin Ott , ,,,,,, . Max Wommack , ,, ,. In the Future Farmers of America there are twenty-eight members. Their sponsor is Mr. Max Wommack. The FFA boys have given two barbecue dinners during the year. They were held at Simon's and were enjoyed by all. Molly Stobaugh, whom they elected sweetheart, entered in competition with 15 others at the District Banquet on March 31, at the Cuner Hotel in San Antonio. The boys attended the Livestock Exposition and Rodeo at Houston and in San Antonio. They also went to the State Fair in Dallas. They entered a District Livestock Judging Contest and an Invitation Livestock Judging Contest. They competed in the Tri-Area Livestock Judging Contest at Stephenville and in the Milk and Cream Judging Contest. Then in Area VII they entered the Meat Judging Identification Contest. - . ' - t ,g'i,iiuuw12sw President Vice President Secretary , Treasurer Reporter Sponsor 'Wa Molly Stobaugh was elected Th by members of the Future liveiie F.F.A, bo Farmers of Amerlca to be Ock, pouhr ys ffirmed th their 'Sweetheart for 1952.3 y' alld quiz jitfefims which eng gmg Contests. ered Qufurc Qarmer of America l 7 C3 gufurc mailer af America OFFICERS Sarahlee Schmidt , Presidenz ' Nancy Staats , Vive President Cluria Calhoun ,, S erre Iary First Semester Shirley Altwein Serretary' Serond Semester . Harriet Schmid! , Treasurer Br-vc-rly Fellers Historian and Librarian Molly Sloloaugh Reporler A Nlary Ullrich Song Lggdgy Patsy Hoffmann Sgtfat-Arms Mrs. Mabel Calhoun H Sponsor ff' K. ,xfvw T N , 0 X We The members of the Future Teachers orgamzatlon enjoyed thelr traditional banquet which was held at the Hotel Faust on the evenlng of April 15 1952 During the entire school year the Future Teachers substltuted for teachers 1n the New Braunfels schools They did work in all grade levels and were a blg help to th administrative heads 'Vlrs Calhoun their sponsor was hostess to the members and officers of the Future Teachers for the installation ceremony ln the fall of 1951 the district Future Teachers meeting was he-ld at New Braunfels Pat Norwood was the guest speaker The second dlstrlct meeting which the New Braunfels group also attended was held in San Antonio The Future Teachers of New Braunfels helped the PTA conduct a tour of all the city schools in the fall of the wear They also served as ushers at the State Teachers Convention in San Antonio on March 14 1952 The OfflCl3l name of the Future Teachers orgamzatlon IS the Herman Seele Chapter of New Braunfels Sarahlee Schmide, Harriet Schmidt. and Mrs. Mabel Calhoun were among many other Future Teachers from all over Texas who attended the State Future Teachers Convention in Denton, Texas. The meeting lasted from Feb- ruary 29 through March 1, 1952. 1 .' xx 1 4 ' ' K O .faifax as 2-fa fi fbi ii' .. ' i IIS . Qx it! x ,Masquc and Wig 611111 The Masque and Wig Club put on three one-act plays: Marriage Proposal, Silently Steal Away, and If Men Played Cards as Women Do. Several of these were put on for the student body with a slight fee to raise money for a'recorder. They also put on two full-length plays. The first, Great Caesar's Ghost, was put on in December, 1951 at the Seele Parish House. The second was also staged there in May, 1952. It was titled Boarding House Reach. The members of the club enjoyed a costume party which was held at Simon's in April, 1952. They entered district contest and won second place in the play, Marriage Proposal. Matty Dengler was chosen best actor Barry Schmidt took second best actor, and Melba Crenwelge was selected third best girl All three were on the all-star cast. OFFICERS Raymond Becker Barry Schmidt Matty lla-nglr-r Patsy Kft'llIllf'l0'F Donald Biz-de-rman Martin llulmbard hlr. tl. l.. Weigel President First Semester Prmizlenl Serond Semester lillf? f're.u'fler1l Sefrelarx Reporter Sgt.-al-.-lrms Sponsor x QE x wig fix, 1,24 af Y 54? ., f:,.??4W' " F5 4 wi x . A 1 f 1 ' 'E A x :ff 1 , -S ig! Q Q!-f We ,Q ' .gif ms 'fr-VAS' f ' f gr MN. Y pA""'B KY 5 . li' f ,ff WT, Q., f'I f x""'w 3? 2 I- -3-v , ? f X f,k,j egg Their annual Spring picnic was held in April, 1952 in Landa Park. 5',m14i I1 61116 OFFICERS Gloria Calhoun , ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, , ,,,,, P resident Baldimar Espinoza , ,,.,. Vice President Maxine Koch ,,,, ,,,,,,, S ecretary Marijane Fischer Treasurer joy Aderman ,,,.., ..,,,,,,..,. R eporter Frances Morales ,,....,,, ,,,,,..,, S ong Leader Mrs. Mabel Calhoun ,, Sponsor 223537 2- s JANET LIESMAN interviewing Mr. West. E MERGELE NETT .A . ' NAN Editor-l'1'Chle, Ham and H00 MISS H SP0l1J0,- TIN HENRIETTA WIEDNER demon tratlng a nose for news , x VAT HLLD am nagffs . 0, I SS flla Y EETTX RU. buslflf me pave ' HEBBA ai! ad my X goxkf H an g Vollfyb 1161116 C. . Doris Lassie' Ora Mai' Haag Blu. Spomof president elm Haul Beuv mu VI nr Maw?" I Vice Pres! C Seffewn 2 -Q e-10,95 AI Annie R bn, h use H Reporter C I Sg,"a"f1rmsen.y 'Lada Breme' V emfll Sahlllzn Treasuref Parliamenwf 1 A M nn Anderson lrglreg E1 bel Bel 'Y Bon Lvu n' . I . Fri,-Sen 9 Spicer hghn The Volleyball Club went to Kerrville in February an won both games-15 to 12 and 15 to 14. 'EZESIF ' ' 'H af' 'YA , 4- e:i '- A za .'.ii""Uf'-P'94fTv.f39 -.1.f.. .1?m,QH, ,nj , A ' -seam? iL'ii1T ' 4 .,. ,Y-wk, 4- ..YY 5. ' Xp -'fi' . .wiv Q4-we ? v .1..qg, T3 X -wan vw, ,f .A :,Q.f,:'. ,,.1 M: s , ..,' ,' ' . .H :Hu .34 , mlfg, V . .,.757i' Ln" ,. .ff 'LL:"W"1 7,1 qw: A f -JP-if ,, T2 gi ,.'T"?i'ffee-xv? X ' ' . 9"fP""fT' - ..,.e,,x , ,fgfi +2 '11f'l:'i-25, L . ,,, . N ' V L- v ffm-:.+, ',.f-rv wr. by P .f-'Sn ,g gif., ,Lvf??i" bfirfi 1 m3i'4'i. ' 4-' . , I ziwxgf, ' r fi W 'fx y wq , Q a 3, . u if I Miss Rosa Wvirz Frances Hefner Jerry Brmlbeek Wallie Cerlieh Mrs. Alexander Greta Bassinger Nlaida Chaney ., ,,,, Sponsor .llasrot F. H. A. Beau State Parlianzentarian , Chapter Mother , President First Vive President Grace Becker , , Frances Weisser ,. Janet Doehne Valerie Waldachmitlt Adrian Council ., Mary Ullrich X Serond Vive President Secretary Treasurer Parliarnentarian Historian Song Leader ?ufu c J-lam makers of America 7 Several FHA members attended the State meeting in Dallas. on April 23 through 26. 1952. They went on a field trip to Austin early in April. A Nlother-Daughter Pot Luck Supper was also-held. OFFICERS lil-tty Oakley lf-ther Nlaf- Kam Friwla Dieter! Doris Duprey- Jo .-'lnn Pipkin Franklin Ffvuffr-r ,Ir-anettf' .lostes Hrs. Lois Van Ells l'res1'rlfn! life l're.s1'f1PnI Serrelarix Treasurer Reporter Sgt.-at-A rms Parliameniarian and Historian Sponsor Hookeflcs The members of the Bookettes served as student librarians for Mrs. Van Ells, and helped her in her work. They learned by doing the work of a librarian. The Bookettes had two social events-a hayride, held in December, and a picnic in May. Four girls attended the Teen-Age Library Association Convention in Galveston, on April 25-26, 1952. The girls were Betty Oakley, president, Jeanette Iostes, Maureen Hanz, and Doris Duprey. ? saw-v""' rv' .92 1 fax . r. 5, :If '- , ,, -up 1 1. x ., L . I u l yegipi! OFFICERS Frieda Dietert ,.,.,..,.,...,,.,.,.,,.,.,,., Maurice Schmidt .,.A.., , Peggy jo Schmidt ,..,.. Shirley Altwein .,.,. Norman Hanz ..,..,.. Mr. Thomas Currey ,,,,, President Vice President Secretary-Treasurer Reporter Sgt-at-Arms Sponsor diff Klub Delores Ellvy Joan Evans Betty Lou Friesenhahn Barbara Gardner Alice Grossvr Mary Suv Inscure ,Q 6710 ll OFFICERS Dnris Duprey Ruth Br:-lzkP Pe-ggy Jw Srhmidt Shirlvy .-Xllwoin Patsy Kr:-tz rxme- iw Shirlvy Pfannstiel Th 11x11 as flurrvy Vive' Sung President President Serrelary Treasurer Reparier Librarian Sponsor Q? V 'QW Aug? , if .1 ."-v. - . ,: 59 S5 'TA 7 5-f 4 V ci Q43 4 K? ,L f nf- f fat? 2- if R W' " 'W ag.. Q "3 ,, , Q fn FN 2 " Jia .ex Molly Stobaugh Lieutenant Colonel Fred Baetge Major of Reeds Henrietta Wiednf-r Major of Umm Sevlion Leland Preiss .Uajor of Brass Margaret Warwick lfuplain of .Vajorenes Diiriilliy Ifivkr-ririili! 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ONE ACT PLAY Second in District Nlatly Dengler Best Actor Barry Schnudl Runner up 'Nlelba Crenwelge Third best actress l l P 1 , fl 2 tv' . x ' ' lf, ' A A Q Q I A '5 f I Ffh 5 'TFTP' s . 1 9 . .F b Q XL - ' il 3 - 1 AIA' O?- 'f 1 7 N 'N - .-1-f-1--7. r--1,... . i .. 3 King and Queen of J-learts King Queen M.-XLCOLNI BARTELS ESTHER KANZ 4 , 3 e - 1 'fi i .hw . "7 'N Q17 Crounbearer GEORGE IJL'HKW,MQli'I'IfH 2 i Q ..- as .N if M . '-:Lf st I' , 4 l " ,V , f. , Q' fi ffmz, I. u 'E iff +s 'mm wtf' 'X K7 The Semor Class enjoyed IIS Chl'lSllTlHS Formal at the MISSION Valley Guest Ranch on December 15 51 Dancmg was to Lee Kohlen berg and hls orchestra Scalar Zlfrlstmas hrmal f' , ' ' 1 'I fx : tm:- K ,f rx' ' ' 4. R .J A w e s, r , ' 5 ' ,. . I 1 . l " I xx L l il '4 5 V K L li 44 l - . . . , , , H V, 'LMA ll' V . ' ' ' , 19 . f Q Thi- Junior Class honored thc Seniors with their tra- flitional dance on April 18, 1952. 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F' W ikffi F. -pg.. , ' ,, -3555 , y,:p5,..' . .mn - Y 'r 14!' ' 1 QSQEV 1-lm fl N H F ' L Vg. ' ,K l . NN L W L, l ff fn fwfiffw- X 'XE 4 F ' COACH E. B. 'EHOOT' MASUR He was born in Lockhart, Texas in 1908. He attended high school at Lockhart and San Marcos Academy. He graduated from SMA as a cadet major, and was an All-State fullback in 1928-29. Mr. Masur attended Howard Payne College and was in the All-Texas Conference for three years. He received honorable mention for All-American in 1932. He received his 'Physical Education degree in 1932. Mr. Masur has been coaching for nineteen years and he came to New Braunfels this year as head coach. 411 - COACH HARLAN WI-QTZ He was born in New Braunfels in 1925. and he received his public school education in New Braunfels. He received his degree from the lfniversity of Texas in 1948. He played professional football with the Brooklyn Dodgers for one year. Mr. Wx-tz took over the position of head coach after Mr. Nlasur became ill. He is married and at present man- ager of the Humble Oil Buick Station with his father. New New New New New New New New New New X 2 f X COACH HENRY SHEPPARD, He was born in Cuero, Texas in 1925, and attended public school there. He went into the service before entering col- lege at Southwestern in Georgetown in 1946. He has a bachelor degree in Journalism. His first coaching position was held in Brady. Coach Sheppard came to New Braun- fels this year as assistant coach. FOOTBALL SCHEDULE Braunfels ..,.,.... 0 Wharton , U ,,,,,., ,21 Braunfels .......... 0 Seguin ..,,..,,....,,,.,.v.., 0 Braunfels .......... 12 San Marcos ..,,.,..,,.,., 32 Braunfels .......s.. 7 Lanier ..,,,.,,,,, ,,,,..,, 1 9 Braunfels ......... 0 Harlandale .s..s s......, 2 7 Braunfels ,......... 6 Edison .,......... ....... 3 3 Braunfels .......... 6 Burbank .. ......,....... . 7 Braunfels. ....... 7 Alamo Heights ., ,,.. .12 Victoria .,......,, Braunfels ......... 16 6 Braunfels ........., 0 Kerrville .,..,. .....,., 2 5 MANAGERS LEROY CLARK HAROLD HOFFMAN M10 W- I .f E. 'Q N . TJ MENAN SCHRIEWER Co-Caplain Z-"5 BIQSTER BOCK llasrot JERRY BRODBECK Co-Captain The above is the Lvnicorn Football Squad of 1951. There were thirty-two members on the squad including nine Seniors. They did not have as suc- cessful a season as the students had become ac- customed to. They did their best, however, and the students supported them throughout the season. Two members of the squad received honors. Menan Schriewer, co-captain, was on the All-District team and also received honorable mention on the All- State team. Vernon ljecker received honorable mention on the All-District team. 7 I If I X A LARRY ACHTERBERG CARLOS CANTU MIKE CARMODY DWAYNE COUNCIL s B ' . A BRUCE COX CLIFFORD CURTIS LLOYD DAVIS 1' FREDDIE ARNOLD MALCOLM BARTELS GREY BASSINGER JOHN BUECHE NEW BRAUNFELS versus VICTORIA NEW BRAUNFELS versus EDISON is DENNIS HEITKANIP 9 ,hh CH ARLIE HOV REX "ef, wA..f'H l. " 'T I 'fl 2 Z' 93. 'Y 1 1. at A ,m,4.44J+" 'Q N 1 '-v X lwbi f QV ff hx". 'Q ' A 'Aid ya Id PNY QQTWSQY 03 5069 Nd P- oxN Bkgw 51 17? 'ff aff! HUNTER GRANTH LE-Ym0'l CLARK Crank Second in 100 yard-dash in San Antonio, City Conference Track Meet Third in 220 yard-dafh in San Antonio City Conference Track Mt-et Second in 100 yard-dash in District Meet First in 220 yard-dash in District Meet Fourth in 100 yard-dash in Regional Meet Fourth in 220 yard-dash in Regional Meet www 500 JOHN PROCTOR MATTY DENCLER FRED HENNE FORREST HODGES 1Not pictured! Second in District 'Second in Regional iii L W SQ :iv R X lx o 4 My X AQ MM V 01 X 0 O N 'M 1 'X -AN xx- W , 9 f Q, we 'Lx 0 Olo 4 7 I . ,N A X n I 'I l X i y Wy, V Looks Weh. Mr. Vfeige . hke the 1ahXes are lumed. The team is supponing you who have aXso been one 0 ' st X03 aX supporters lhexr mo- 5 Jackie U D 3 long Gnd-run aw, I 90 Yhkvh one is the Q sm 1 X gf, A . K N ' 5Qp23u' x I ? K A l.a P v .-n-"""-' 'U Q . ,W Mrs. Calhuun has :wth " h lf ing hui prune for a lravk lurkiv Fvlh-rs. A fitting close to the Queen of Hearts program was the arrival of the New Yearis baby. Kzng and Queen of Hearts SNAPSHOTS ' - Four pretty Christmas carolers bring Yuleticie spirit into the Queen of Hearts program. 'YY Matty croons - Nancy swoons. The King and Queen of Hearts and their court bring to a close the grand march. Intramural Activities The victofs spoils! This trophy was presented to the Junior Class at the end of the year. The Juniors had the most points at that time. Five points were given to the first place winner, three to the second, and one to the third. The final results were: Seniors-40 points. Juniors-44 points, and Sophomores-24 points. TUG OF WAR GIRLS BOYS Ist-Draw between Ist-Juniors Seniors and Juniors 2nd-Seniors 2nd-same 3rd-Suphumores 3rd-Sophomores SPELLING VOLLEYBALL DECLAMATION CLASS GIRLS GIRLS Ist-Juniors 2nd-Sophomores 3rd-Seniors TEAM Isl-Juniors 2nd-Seniors 3rd-Sophomores 1 st-Seniors 2nd-,I uniors 3rd-Sophomores BOY S Ist--Seniors 2n d-J uniors 3rd-Sophomores F M, - Q ,Ml it mf f-" --Ti' ,,.., . 'Z,...-- ,gp - .. .3 Y , Ist-Sophomores 2nrlAnone 3rd-none BOYS Ist-Seniors 2nd-Juniors 3rd-Sophomores ,4- Q-'?4'l9'., ik' ,JV ' I ---' H' ,gs-. '.: -.- k 5 - 41' L is V .f ," -,-. - , -F ' OSC musdes. P ,- sf- - th ., "-"i"" waiivoulookai Th . e glrls practlcmg for their game intramural Activities BASKETBALL NUMBER SENSE READY WRITING Ist-J uniors I st-,I uniors I st-J uniors 2nd-Seniors 2nd-Seniors 2nd-Seniors 3rd-Sophomores 3rd-Sophomores 3rd-Sophomores DEBATE lst-Seniors 2nd-Sophomores 3rd-I uniors The debaters get together after the battle is over. . -V!! , STUDENT GOVERNMENT DAY Chief of Police Schriewer checks im- portant safety problem w'ith Engineer Moorman. X. Nlalvolm Bartels. stuclent mayor. swears in Commissioners Council and Ruther- ford following their election hy the student body after a fiery Campaign. County Judge. Melha Crenwelge who was the only member of the white party to win an office. swears in Sheriff Liecker and other county officials. 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