Newman High School - Yucca Gloriosa Yearbook (Sweetwater, TX)

 - Class of 1952

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Sway Q M GYMNASIUM Their Leadership Was Invaluable 'A' Administration i' School Board 'K' Ministers if Faculty 'lf Student Council ......- gg, ---o f Z Z ! 'J lf I w ill 13,5 1 4 , Lal, :HJ V-,,,,.... 1 J ee-i il Q ff arf.. "Sf-'-nr if: ADMINISTRATIO ,Q ' AW W C. W. TARTER Superintendent of Sweetwater Public Schools Q ., , .i' 1 At N? ' I i 1' ' -1, 5 . , A 2 il er Q Nw , x. 'NS N t if Superintendent Tarter and Miss Bobbye Bennett, Secretary fw- is NW .si Q iw it P :fig L clk 15. A E Principal South and Mrs. Robort, Wyatt, Sec rotary OLAF SOUTH Assistant Superintendent, 81 Principal of Newman High ACmlnI5ll'dllUll Cooks J. W. HALBERT Assistant. Principal K Y 1 LEFT TO RIGHT: Mrs. Rena Arnold and Mrs. J. E. Killen LILI-"I' TO RIGHT: Alvin ROSS, CeCil Morgan and A.E. Fields. 16 Custodians A X . '5 . 1 , Q ya' ,1 j gf! 9,1 X x dal r V ffm., - . , 'S-.J Ministers Rev' Bfexx, D, Pi' Cock v. .B. A Kke ev. a Rev' PXNXOSS' gowns-Ml? Kwi- Bxeidor ' L55' 03' vurfmg' Rev- 3'B.6g0x Rei. g'5v Ykevmj R'G. 1- gow bum na Yee ' ff To 'oar y Y Q. ED, ,EE Rev. Yi.tampaS Zu. NN. ttercigfxv A55 Nxengefa U. Pa ANDXN .aenrxl S h I B d A' 6 ST athef C O O O a r Shsriigollbleu' Y C- ' SEATED, LEFT TO RIGHT: Hudson Lincoln, Wade Forrester, C.E. Lambert, John Cox, Vice-President, Carl Anderson, President, and J.IVI. Lawerence, Secretary. STANDING: C.B. Whorton, Olaf South, Principal, C.W. Tarter, Superintendent, and Miss Bobbye Bennett, Secretary to Superintendent. 17 annual' KEN NEWTON Assistant Coach American History ARMINDA TIMMONS YATES English CLYDE T. JETTON Counselor Commercial Arithmetic FACULTY PAULA JEAN TERRY Physical Education American History BEN BROC K Journalism Publications Publicity MARIE HILL Music I-IOYT BYRD Diversified Occupations LEILA MAE SIVELLS Secretarial Training Typing J. W. HALBERT Assistant Principal Chemistry ,u JAMES HOBBS Band J. G. OVERTON Algebra Plain Geometry Tennis LAURA JO MCAFEE English Spanish J. M, I-IARLOW General Metals A MARIE HANEY Librarian F. M. LARNER Vocational Agriculture LOUISE BOLLINGER Homemaking JERRY POWELL English Public Speaking Dramatic s MEL GRIGG As sistant Coach Bookkeeping Typing American History FACULTY PAT GERALD Head Coach Civics Physics REBA JEAN ROBERTS Biology LEONA MORRISON World History -I "!.. TOMMIE TEAL Algebra JOHN Mc KAY Industrial Arts Algebra LAURA SHERIDAN English STUDENT COUNCIL M 5 ff' N-.N ,,,7 V 'M , 1 x vs' officers CLYDE .IETTQN Sponsor KAY I-Ill .I. LYNDOI. HARRIS P r 6- s id e nt Q 4' V i Q Q' - P 1' C S i 11 0 nt A , 2 fo Y I' 2 2 Sec rCta1'y-'I1rc:1su1'cr J. W. HALBERT Sponsor MARY ANN Bl ,AIR RCI5CJ1'tl'1' H0 EROOM REPRESE. TATIVES .- N il ' igxx N, K NN RXXXN "" XX xr xy X - S 1,1 I I Q ,V I a l Q eldon Cothron-Gen. Metals reston Dill-Physics odges Fomby-English V rhn Lee-Spanish I ,illian Morris-Mixed lhorus Al' Cleoma Stephens-English II Fern White-Journalism Margaret Woodard-Book- keeping Z3 Q A .Q .. . . ii 'T Q 4 , - 'Ia Bonnie Adams-Typing Hal Dean Byrd-Study Hall Yvonne Byrd-Am. History William Cardwell-V. A. Norma Carlile-P. E, 5 f ff iw if I N Judy Morrison-Homernaking Pauline Mullins -D. O. Dortha Rasco-Algebra I Maurice Scott-World ' History Ik ' un 'They Were Classy Mustangs i' Seniors if J 'K' S ph x e xxxg ZH X V E gi P - E if 5 SPX XY 'Q I' 3 - 1. Q.. H88 a , Q1. A-N.. vXSWW"WN'5BNP JG fi' S -I 13.4 I g 3 nn-r 'T' li 'S X -. ',":g lld I S SENIOR CLASS GIRFICERS DERLE RUDD, Secretary-Treasurer LLOYD WARE, Vice-President CHARLES WILSON, President MARGARET WOODARD, Reporter 74. Class of '52 lILLlAlVl ALLEN ootball '49-'5Z: Basketball '49-'501 Track '50-'51g aseball '51-'5Z. ARL ARMSTRONG lixed Chorus '49-'503 D.O. '50-'5Z9 V-1-C- '50"5Z- JAVID ARNOLD l Cappella Choir '50-'5ZQ Treasurer A Cappella Ihoir '51-'5Zg Boys' Ensemble '50-'523 President Boys' Ensemble '51-'5Z5 Baseball '50-'5Z3 lewman Thespians '51-'5Z. :DNA BARNES i Cappella Choir '50-'5Zg Mixed Chorus, '49-'5ZS '.H.A. '50-'5Zg D.O. Club Reporter '51-'SZQ 5 Bi PW's Girl ofthe Month. JORMAN BAXTER Sand '49-'5Zg Pony Express '50-'5Zg Drum Major 51-'5Zp Assistant Editor Pony Express '51-'SZQ land Senate '49-'SZQ Sophomore Editor Wagonwheel 49-'503 Newman Thespians '51-'5Zg Junior Lotarian '51-'52g THSPA Delegate '51-'5Z. 'IENRY BENNETT V IIARY ANN BLAIR i Cappella Choir '49-'5Zg Troubadears '50-'5Zg '.H.A. '49-'51: Circulation Manager Wagonwheel 50-'513 Yucca Gloriosa Staff '49-'5Zg Editor Yucca iloriosa '51-'5Zg Who's Who '50-'5lg Pony Express 50-'5Z2 Homemaking Class President '50-'51g Yucca Zoronation Representative '50-'51g Mixed Chorus 49-'5Z: Vice-President Troubadears '51-'5Zg Student Zouncil Reporter '51-'5Z. IOUGLAS BROWNINC '.F.A. '49-'5Zg F.F.A. Parliamentarian '50-'5Zg '.F.A. Secretary '51-'523 V. l.C. Reporter '51-'5Z. ,ye Craig? N Class of '52 WILLIAM CAR DWELL F.F.A. '49-'5Zg F.F.A. Historian '50-'5lg V.l.C '51-'5Zg Student Council '51-'5Z. JIM CARROL. LA VERNE COLE Office Assistant '51-'52.. NADENE COX F.H.A. '49-'5Zg Girls' State '51-'5Zg D.A.R. History Award '50-'51g Office Assistant '50-'5Z.g Tennis '49-'5Og Executive Editor Pony Express '51-'SZQ Assistant Editor Yucca Gloriosa '51-'5Z F.H.A. Class Secretary '49-'51g B 81 RW's Girl the month. RAYMOND DAVIS Band '50-'52, PRESTON DILL Football '49-'5Zg Track '49-'SOQ Junior Class Vice President '50-'51. EVELYN HACKFEDD F.I-I.A. '49-'5Zg Mixed Chorus '49-'5Z1 A Cappella Choir '50-'SZQ Pony Express '51-'5-Z2 H0mCm3kinf Class Reporter '51-'5Zg Office Assistant '51-'5Z. MARVIN HACKFELD F.F.A. '49-'5lg D.O. Club '51-'5Z. Class of '52 MMY HALE 7-A. '49-'5Zg F.F.A. Treasurer '50-'5Ig F.F,A, e-President '51-'5Zg V.I.C, '51-'52, NDOL HARRIS :x's Who '50-'5Ig F.F.A. President '50-'5lg :lent Council President '51-'SZQ Boys' State '50- L Student Council '50-'SZQ F.F.A. Treasurer -'5Z3 Junior Rotarian. A HILL iotball '49-'5Zg A Cappella Choir '49-'5Zg Newman iespians '49-'5Zg Boys' Ensemble '49-'5Zg Number nse '50-'51g Editor Pony Express '51-'5Zg phomore Class President '49-'50: Junior Class esident '50-'5lg Who's Who '50-'5lg President A ppella Choir '51-'5Zg Mixed Chorus '49-'5Zg Yucca ronation Representative '50-'51g Junior Rotariang lys' State '50-'51. CHARD JENKINS Cappella Choir Choir '49-'SZQ Football '49-'52g seball '51-'5Zg Track '49-523 Assistant Sports iitor Pony Express '51-'5Zg Mixed Chorus '49-'5Z. VAYNE LANTRIP seball '50-'5Z. ETTY LEWIS I-LA, '49-'5Zg Mixed Chorus '49-'5Z1 Pony EXPT1955 J-'5Zg Assistant Business Manager Pony Express l-'5Z. ILMA MCFARLEN illeyball'49-'515F.H.A. '50-'5Z3 Newman ,espians '51-'52g P.E. Club '51-'52. KC MONTGOMERY O. Club '49-'50. 9 Tliffi I LIZISS OI 'bl DEWAYNE MOORE BILL MORRISON Basketball '49-'50g Tennis '49-'50g Band '49-'5Zg Band President '51-'SZQ Band Senate '49-'50g Interscholastic League Typing '51-'52, JUDY MORRISON F.H.A, '49-'5Z3 Mixed Chorus '49-'5Zg Publications Manager Wagonwheel '50-'513 F.ll.A. District Treasurer '51-'5Zg Student Council '51-'5Zg A Cap- pella Choir '51-'5Z. MARY FRANCES MULLINS F.H.A. '49-'5l3 Mixed Chorus '49-'Sly D.O. Club Treasurer '51-'5Z. PAULINE MULLINS Volleyball '48-'493 V.I.C. Club Secretary '51-'5Z Student Council '51-'SZQ D.O. Club Sweetheart '51 '5Z. GILBERT OLVERA Football '49-'5Z3 Baseball '50-'5l3 Track '50-'5lg Art Editor Yucca Gloriosa '51-'5Z. T. J. PIKE ALFREDA RANKIN Band '49-'5Zg Mixed Chorus '49-'sop F.ll.A. '49-'5 Newman Thespians '51-'5Zg Band Senate '51-'5Z. Class of '52 JICKIE REA DONNA REA '.l'l.A. '49-'5zQ Yucca Gloriosa Staff '50-'5Zg Snap Iditor Yucca Gloriosa '51-'5Zg F,H,A, Historian 51-'52. AMES RODEN ennis '49-'5Zg Baseball '50-'52. AIL. HOLLEY RONEMUS and '49-'51g Band Senate '50-'5lg A Cappella Choir 9-'5Z5 Troubadears '49-'5Z3 Reporter Troubadears 10-'5lg Secretary Troubadears '51-'5Zg Yucca loriosa Staff '51-'5Zg Mixed Chorus '49-'5Zg .ll.A. '50-'51. lLl..Y ROVVAN JERLE RUDD 'ootball '49-'Sly Basketball '49-'5Zg Baseball '49- SZQ '1'rack'50-'51gSophomorc Favorite '49-'50g ophomorc Vice-President '49-'SZQ Student Zouncil '49-'5Og Who's Who '49-'5Og Senior ccretary-Treasurer '51-'SZ- LENN SCHUBERT F.A. '49-'SZQ Student Council '49-'5og F.F.A. crctary '50-'Sly F'.F.A. Reporter '51-'5Z1 I.C. Vicc-President '51-'52, -IFFORD SMITH 1oLbal1'49-'5Zg 'l'r:xck'50-'5Z3Bascball '51-'5Z. -silk' .ANS -dl ,..........-D if QW -av' Class of '52 JOE SMITH Football '50-'5Zp Basketball '49-'5Z. J.D. SNYDER D.O. '51-'5Z3 V.I.C. '51-'5-Z. STEVE STEPHENS Football '49-'5Zg Basketball '49-'5Zg Baseball '50- '5Zg A Cappella Choir '50-'5Zg Junior Secretary- Treasurer '50-'Sly Sports Editor Pony Express '51-'5Zg Track '49-'51, LYNNETTE STEVENSON F.H.A. '49-'5Zg Pony Express '51-'5Zg Mixed Cho '49-'5Z3 Vice-President Homemaking Class '50-'51 Secretary Homemaking Class '51-'5Zg A Cappella Choir '51-'5Z. OLEN TALBOT V.l.C. Club '49-'51g V.I.C. Club Treasurer '50-'E D.O. Club Vice-President '51-'5Z. IRENE TERRY p,H,A, '49-'5Z3 Volleyball '49-'52s F.l'l.A. vice- President '51-'5Zg Cirl's Sport Club President '51-'5Zg Yucca Coronation Representative '50-'5l. BARBARA THAXTON Head Yell Leader '51-'52g Newman Thespians '50- Pony Express '51-'529 Volleyball '50-'52, MARY TRANTHAM F.H.A. '49-'5Og D.O. Club '50-'51g D.O. Club Sweetheart '50-'5lg B8xPW's Girl of the Month. Class of '52 NNA PEARL WALKER .ll.A. '49-'SZQ Volleyball '50-'51g Library ssistant '51-'5Zg Pony Express '51-'SZQ Girls' moris Club '51-'52, RANCES WARD ewmzin Tliespians '49-'5Zg Yell Leader '51-'SZQ any Express 'Sl-'5Zg A Cappella Choir '51-'52, iOYD WARE oibzill '49-'5Zp Basketball '49-'5Zg Junior Favorite l-'fnlg Senior Vice-President '51-'5Zg Junior iariun. 'BERT WASHAM nd '49-'SOQ D.O. '50-'5-33 V.I.C. '50-'5-Z9 Key ib '51-'58, GGY WHEELER id '49-'5Zg Band Secretary-Treasurer '51-'5Zg avnizin 'l'hc.-spiains '50-'SZQ Yucca Coronation Duchess -'SOQ Yucvzi Coronation Princess, '50-'5l3 F.H.A. -'gli Pony Express '51-'5Zg l-lomemaking Class 0-Pi's'sirlvrit '51-'5Zg Girls' Sports Club '51-'52, IARLES WILSON otbaill '49-'filly Basketball '50-'5lg Junior Reporter '-'Fwlg Senior President, '51-'5Zg Circulation riaigvr Pony Express '51-'52, LETA WINDHAIVI cod Chorus '49-'SIQ Sophornore Reporter '49-'50g :cu Coronation Duchess '49-'5lg Sophomore .foriic '49-'5Og Newman Thespians '49-'SZQ F.H.A. -'5.l1F.ll.A. Vice-President '50-'51g Pony Jrcss '50-'5.ig Girls' Sports Club Vice-President -'Sig llUI'I1l'H1ZllilIlHCliiSS President '51-'5Zg vvmaun Thcspizins Reporter '51-'5Z. XRCARET WOODARD l.C. Swvulhczirl '49-'SOQ Yucca Gloriosa Princess ?-"Elly Who's Who '49-'5lg Sophomore Secretary l-H505 Junior lfuvoriic '50-'5lg 'l'llSPA Secretary I-'5Zg Yucuzi Coronation Duchess '51-'5Zg Pony press '50-'Sig Newman 'Vhcspinns '50-'5Z3 errscliolaistir' League Typing '49-'50g Business inngcr Pony Express '51-'SZQ Senior Reporter i-'SZQ President, Newman Thespians '51-'SZQ idcnl Council '51-'58, wr-'Y' X . Q e .- Nr r- . , Q N rb-.', sw fr' - v r', v 1' sf" ffzl f r 'v . . . , if -. -ed' P Qtr -5,55 fb- 'I . .Q , a?v.f.' if I' :tg 1,.- ' 1 f'-"w: Nik A-4 C'-r'.::: U if --s 'ar .911 .Lg Q M5 5, Q AH? - Q I may , D f an is D wwe' va-A ---aiu' Q, ' 23 Q in ' 1 .1 6- ,-,nn :., " ,Q N E' ' 3 A-9 'T 1' 2 W ., K xy, 4 Y f Q Am V 'Q ef, :EH M gg M :W "' if D - 2 ,iq 9 'hx FL! 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' " 5 , ' I A 1 1 9' nf S . , f . :Q- v4 E .aa ff- g x S if Q .- S X N, ,IN .Q x Q I if " EN CAROLD BENSON HAROLD BENSON KATHERINE BENTLE MARK BISHOP DAN BONNER LILA BONNER FLORENE BRANNON BETTY BRATCHER HELEN BREDEMEYER LISSS Ol' '55 BONNIE ADAMS CARL ANDERSON LOUDEAN ARMSTRONG PEGGY ARMSTRONG FLETA AVEN JANE BAKER JOI-INNIE BARBER BETTY BARTON ROLAND BEARDEN A 'WF- ',..-nu -A E' Qi' riff: TNS S vu- ar, 1455-fi was I' F M vi EI f DOH T3 R 2:1 'QC 1, 1 1 BILLIE CARLTON SUE CARSON HOWARD CHANCE SHIRLEY CLARK BETTY CONN WELDON COTHRON ANN COWAN LOIS COX RICHARD CRAFT r pi "" " ' K '04 -E Z: .,.-. . 4' I 'sg 3 A A J i hx 91' LIBSS Of BEVERLY BRUCE LOMA BRUECHNER HENRY BULLOCK JIMMY BURNS RUTH BURTON KEITH BUSBY JAMES BUTLER HAL DEAN BYRD YVONNE BYRD .Jil- Y 'JP' ,Ja is fi. 6133ffgfg?'I' :ff -gi fa . N JOYCE ELLIS ERNESTINE ETHEREDGE JOE FEAGAN SHIRLEY I-'ERRELL ANN FOMBY HODGES FOMBY NANCY FORD WADE FORESTER MAYBELL FRANKLIN XN"F, g x Class of 53 CHARLES CUPP CAROLYN CURRY BOBBIE DAVIS JOHN DAVIS MILDRED DENNIS TEMPLE DICKSON JUANICE DILL ELMER DOGGETT CRAIG DUNCAN fa' ,, -Xl 'G' . an M ig ,-fw 'Wi L ef V V2 4,11 ,zz , PEW ' gm ,pa 4 K -. h A I :fy I QR' EVELYN HEALER SUELLA HENDERSON ALICE HIGGINS KAY HILL JERRY HOLT BILLIE JEAN HOPE PERRY HUMPHREYS BARBARA JOHNSON RITA JOHNSON Class Of RICHARD GESIN DOUGLAS GIESLER LILY GIESLER FRANK GLASS NORMA GORDON JOANN GRAVES DELL GREER DAISYLENE I-IARDING PEGGY HAYES 8 any , 2 .1 5 -nb af Q I if jf -or 'WDA Dfw LXQ'2"v' is ...' f -' If ' '53 5, N1 X... . Sfkfffff- f ' X xg, :sf ff EUGENE KOURI JERRY LEWIS WINNIE LINDLEY ALLEN LINN KENNETH LONG JOE MCCUTCI-IAN SUE MARC!-IANT ANNE MASON ANNA MAY LIBSS OT GENE JONES JIMMIE JONES WILEY JONES DALVIN JORDAN RICHARD JORDAN ANITA KENNAMER KATHY KERBOW PAT KERR NELDA KINSEY w-ev' "".'! K , R 'M 9 wg -- -J 5 , E, JANE PENCE GLINDELL PETTY RAY PRIEST JIMMY PURVIS DON REAGAN MILDRED REED BILLY REESE LaVELLE RICI-IBURG GERRY ROGERS LIGSS 01 '55 BILLY BOB MONTGOMERY JAMES MOODY I-IORACE MOORE LILLIAN MORRIS J. B. MOSS LAWRENCE MULLINS DOUGLAS NEEPER DELIA PARKER J. W. PATTEN fw 6,- ""'nn' W -J ,k,, J N "..T-' ' . I I,I: I X ,W ,gf X I , 7 6 X X G w . i s 5 5' v ' . A im Class of '53 MARGARET ROSS MAXINE ROWLETT JUANITA RYLANDER F' A 4 g '5"',.- Q - MARTHA SANDERS A ' A JERRY SESSUMS -y A A CHARLES SHARROCK i x V 'Q' JACK SOMMERVILLE JOE SPRADLIN SHIRLEY SPROUL GOLDA STATON HOWARD STEVENS LOMA STIRMAN BILLY STONE CURTIS STONE PAT STROMAN HHN' CI-IARLENE SHUFF BARBARA SMITH LaRUE SMITH .ff Af ,45 af' I vol" 2 X73 I .... ij: -2' gi A f .,o"' pr A .i T A Y is 1-i W? VERA THORMANN BENNIE UTLEY PAT VAN DEVER Class of '53 SHIRLEY' STOWB BETTY SUMM1-:Rs MIKE TALBOT BARBARA TAYLOR CLAYTON TAYLOR JIMMIE TAYLOR . JIMMTB TERRELL 'W' A A,,,T: 'f ALAN THOMPSON --4 , M BOBBY THOMPSON .X 5 ' S 4 I ff 'gb . AR xi A xt h. ",, E na -11 A qv A lx .,..: O A ,M DAVID VOORHIES SHIRLEY WEEMS FERN WHITE GLADIA WILLIAMS RODNEY WILLIAMS CYRIL WILLIS .L Nui ftzi F 1' an M ,. S . ,F Q x'y'4?1f ' 3 -3 I X' mn " I . S , I,VIO I . 1 DORIS ANN WOODY JIMMY WRIGHT 43 Class of '53 CLIFFORD WILSON DON R. WILSON EVELYN WILSON SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS CAROLYN PETERS, Reporter KAY ALSTON, Secretary-Treasurer ANGEL OLVERA, Vice-President FREDDIE ARMSTRONG, President 44 in -oi qi sv-'I' I fi: 5 Q Y ga X, Q, X. A -Q V 1' keg N1 E 1, I ,l ag RowOne: BARBARA ABBOTT, DONNA ALDRIDGE, CAROLE ALLEN, LUA ALLEN, KAY ALSTON, RICHARD AMOS. Row Two: .IODY ASHTON, EDDIE ARMSTRONG, FREDDIE ARMSTRONG, RICHARD ARMSTRONG, ELIDA AZIOS, BILLY BARFIELD. Row Three: PATSY BEARDEN, COY BERRY, SARAH BARBARA BUCK, WILLIE BURROWS. Class of '54 BIRD, ELDORA BLOOMINGDALE, nr? ,J 4' I Ly 4 , Class of '54 RowOne: JACQUELINE BYRD, JOHN PAUL CAIN, JUNE CAIN, WANDA CAREY, NORMA CARLILE, BOBBIE JO CARRIER, Row Two: CLINNON CARTWRIGHT, BOBBY CLARK, BONNIE CLARK, CAROL CLEGG, NANCY CLIFT, KEITH COFFMAN, Row Three: JOHN CORLEY, LaVERN CORLEY, PATI COUCH, SALLY DAUGHERTY, BUSTER DAVIDSON, LEE ROY DEBUSK. 2'9" -- as ,SR Y I -'Q I 951:41 neg? Qi'f1,Q+X 1 'kiw ' .f .- :S ff" ' SSH I ' , In : .X - I I M XX S Q X me - J I , I I ,J X SA Row One: MALVIN DONELSON, RADNIA DOOLEY, SHIRLEY DOOLEY, THERON DORSEY, LOUISE DRAKE, CALVIN DUNLAP. Row Two: KATIE DUNLAP, NELDA DUNN, DONIA ELLIS, MARY ELLISON, BARBARA EVANS, IRMA EWING. Row Three: SHIRLEY FLINT, DAVID FOMBY, B ILLIE JO FORBES, NANCY FORGERSON, AMANDA FRANKLIN, JOYCE FRENCH. Class of '54 Class of '54 Row One: MICKEY FRY, JERRY GARDNER, JIMMY GILMORE, GLENNA GOETTSCI-IE, JENELLE GOETTSCHE, HAROLD GREEN. Row Two: JERRY GRIFFIN, EDDIE GUELKER, MERLENE HALE, SANDRA HALE, KENNETH HARVELL, LELA HEADSTREAM. Row Three: GLENDA HERRINGTON, MARGARET HERRON, PETE HESLEP, PATSY HOLBROOK, LAJUNE HOLLIS, JAMES HOLLOMAN. QA S 4 IIQ I I Qi L A . 4, , . -A, ff X L K A J fl L J A .ar L i , "" ,.: A N A Q J . ' A N"',-' 1 -3 'si XJR H, . , .,,,,,, .. " Seffgi A 2 1 Q ' ft Q V ,z E ,f y f 1' f 1 .4 3 5 it ! V x' x it ..-: Ss 'ff L Y y 'S Row One: CHARLES HUDGINS, ROBERT CARROLL JOHNSON, DUANE JOLLEY. HUDSPETH, BYRNE HUFFMAN, JIMMIE JAY, Row Two: KENNETH JONES, LARRY JONES, WAYNE JUSTISS, DONALD KENNON, JOE BOB KENT, HENRY KING, Row Three: JOE DON KIRKLAND, BILLY KIRKPATRICK, BEVERLY LANDERS, FRANK LANE, JIMMY LANE, JACKIE LAWRENCE. Class of '54 49 Class of '54 RowOne: JOHN LEE, JACK LEONARD, KENNETH LEWIS, ANN LIGHTFOOT, ARTHUR MARLOW, SHIRLEY MASSEY, Row Two: JACKIE MCCRIGI-IT, L.eRAY MCELROY, LYNDELL MCFARLEN, DONALD MONKS. R. I... MONTGOMERY, MERILYN MOODY. Row Three: WATSON MOORE, JOHN C. MORRIS, HOYT MULANAX, RAYMOND MURPHY HELEN NEAL, MARY ANN NEATHERLIN. 518-rf ' fx R Q 3' 3 it 5 X 3 X I I g 1 'I fif- :A 'QI 35" ,ue li' A A Q.. F194 fs ' 1 is ,Aa f I' '75 Hi L1L1i Q ' 4' vw ' ' ' S N-k. x.:.- :f'1 ., 3 I Q X 'SYM wg F' A E lxx . x t X N Oy I N W SEX I all I AX XX xg S ik I x 1 I T Row One: TI-IELMA NEEPER, JIMMY NICKENS, MARY ODOM, CRANSTON OGDEN, ANGEL OLVERA, SHIRLEY PALMER. Row Two: DICKY PEARCE, CHARLES PENNELL, JOHN PERRY, CAROLYN PETERS, WENDEL PI-IELPS, BOBBY PICKETT. Row Three: RONALD PORTER, MARY POWELL, DAN PURRINGTON, DORTHA RASCO, MARILYN REA, NILDA REYES. Class of '54 JP' Row One RUBY ROLEY JACKIE ROWAN FREDA ROWLETT JERELENE SCI-ILUETER MAURICE SCOTT BONNIE SELF RowTwo JERRYSHACKLEFORD TEDDY SI-IELFER HOWARD SHOEMAKE PATRICIA SHOEMAKER MARIANNE SIMMS WESLEY SIMS RowThrec JACK SMITH SHIRLEY SMITH HORACE SPRADLIN SUE SPROUL, ARDIS STEPHENS CLEOMA STEPHENS 'Q' . .. is 2 ki 7 I-fab 5 if ff D Row One:IJQE STEPHENSL JANICE STEVENS, REBA RUTH TAYLOR, DOLORES TEAGUE, LANELL TERRY, TOBY THOMAS. Row Two: BESSIE THOMPSON, JIMMY TURNER, MARGARET TURNER, EMOGENE WALTON. MINNIE WATKINS, JIMMY WATTS. Row Three: DEON WEBSTER, MARIAN WHATLEY, IRIS WHITE, DOUGLAS WILLIAMS, JUNE WOOD, WALTER WORSHAM. Class of '54 53 'za IJ, Q I AIN' Row One: BILLY WOMACK, JACKIE WOMACK, HAZEL YARBROUGH, KEN YOUNG ll D Q fx kg F fSJ -ly., G55 V .Q w75'ig'fF C ' F 53.2 ff 5-,ig , 'ii 1 ,, 1' '- ,MN A S5 X X XA 9, g X X -5 K f wi X - Q Class of '54 54 51 3 If BK ,pff ix' K 'Z' .' Q A "N .......Qx yi -1- j Vx V' f I 5 X ' 4 ,f H AUTCGRAFOS M f Q E W fy f f ' A My Students Rated Them Top i' Yucca Coronation if Favorites i' Who's Who if Sweethearts it Q Y , htrf D h 3 F gg Jr h 7 A I M i QI ll: QM ,hv ,Q X, 4.:"'g 'ialfflm' 5- q. Ju Qftiieaiv X A 56 03 6 355' haf' Lf-if - -. X32 Q' V Y V 625 4615, We lfffl UU? "I YYAYVVV I e L A61 ,f if V ii X.: 5 3 I I I -1' , 1 . J s ,J n N .9 A fa .ee if' z env Hg? t vfffff '.,Q 'Ti I 'i ,ff ' r L' " sign, sr fh n ,k . n av Se' X , xr - - wemxiiee X Cen R? Superintendent 1 C. W. Tarier and Oueen Irene n n..e...,.,..,........ .S .lwge 4 'N' Qs.. 5 SOPHOMORE PRINCESS Carolyn Peters JUNIOR PRINCESS Bonnie Adams a Nfl ak 'hx x N . , W ' YZ' Y wr' Q 3 a N R f l it lx ' gm or E -E y f"--- d 'HS JUNIOR JUCHESSES Carolyn Curry Kay Hill ,..,, ww K - , 1 -.px ' cfs: . J Rffisi . '-' y 54 J w Elk : N .L - Xara. f r A at , NYM E X A hifi N T r - 1 ' Y ' xg ,XL 4 ' N N ,fs SENIOR DUCHESSES Margaret Woodard Veleta Windham a W' 4 ..k. K. V t Nags X QR? 3. N N tg, X X is if SOPHOMORE DUCHESSES Mickey Fry Ann Lightfoot t i x 5. 9 nf Mm AFA .. y, as J, 1 if rg 2 -Gia an 1 Q 4 5 QUEENS THEN AND NOW--Former Yucca Gloriosa queens in the 1952 Yucca Coronation are, left to right, JoAnn Rogers Woodard, 1950 queengReba Mercer Feagan, 1946 beautyg Odessa Elliott Walker, 1943 queeng and Loneta Jarvis Aldridge, 1940 beauty. Pattilones, 1951 queen, was also in the Cor- onation. ia if-i 4 is Q ' img plf 9 1 tjg QE, Ji gi if 5 ig 1 fiiiii -me 0 llil li BF5S5Q5W1Q1?2'1?HdiAQHQ' llhi lnllnm Iiiim :2Twzi.'!Qx3m?1fzaw-n-w----- SHS ROYALTY--Queen Irene Terry and escort Tommy Hale share the royal spotlight with Yucca princesses, duchesses and escorts. 62 if -Q.-q..l.,. ' E' x rg M 1 - H f S c, -.,..-q..... X - f f: - ww 1 - . uk - . 4 I Lf? M A -x .q X X ' Xi "' Z .'x 2 1 I FA., S.. X , yfiflcu x ,.. .. N h M ' Graf? ' .S 32' ztggqx. ' is .i . xxxxx m .gf Su SENIOR SMILES--1952. Yucca Queen and escort Tommy Hale show "roya1 satisfaction" of Sweetwater High students,choice for the Yucca Gloriosa queen. IN CROWNING GLORY--Superintendent C. W. Tarter crowns Queen Irene Terry before a capacity crowd in the school auditorium. 63 3 S E N I O R M Wdd Lily Giesler I , fy?" 'fi Jack Summerville ' ' ,far 23 . , 'M ,Q hi 1 2 b,-ally, fl!- lfs .Y 'fa-r , 1 " 'f -1. Kay Alston Q X fxx Sf' SENIORS Margaret Woodard Senior Favorite Sc-nior Duchess D. A. R. Best Citizen Award Senior Class Reporter Business Manager Pony Express Student Council Newman Thespians WHO'S WHO Derle Rudd Football Co-Captain Senior Class Secretary Basketball Branding Iron 'qi - U' .ar 3 Y vi 4 -alia... 70 f ul X ig Lyndol Harris Student Council President F. F. A. Treasurer Junior Rotarian Branding Iron 3 AND WHY Ira Hill Editor Pony Express All-District Football Key Club President A Cappella Choir President Boys' Ensemble Mixed Ensemble Boys' Quartet Newman Thespians Junior Rotarian 'K- ja-Odd eff' i if David Arnold Nagy 'W President Boys' Ensemble Treasurer A Cappella Choir Boys' Quartet Key Club Senior Editor Wagonwheel B randing Iron WHO'S WHO Irene Terry Yucca Queen President Girls' Sports Club Branding Iron fwmx 1 lr.-y iw-'flfylx SENIORS Joe Smith Football Basketball Track B randing Iron 30 AND WHY Charles Wilson Senior Class President Track Football Basketball Senior Class Favorite Circulation Manager Pony Express Junior City Commissioner . '79 :UV ,lg J UNIORS James Butler All-District Football Track Basketball Wl-lO'S WHO Kay Hill Secretary-Treasurer Student Counci A Cappella Choir Newman Thespians Pony Express Junior Duchess 5-gf!! al X Carl Anderson Basketball Band Band Senate Assistant Drum Major 1? AND WHY Kathy Kerhow Junior Yell Leader Football Sweetheart Yucca Nominee Pony Express F. H. A. Mustang Band Newman Thespians lt...-sw'-" 1-JN 05,2 ffl ,as AND WHY SOPHOMORES Harold Green Football B as ketball T rae k Tennis WHU'S WHO Kay Alston Sophomore Class Se Mustang Band Sophomore Favorite Tennis Yucca Nominee Nu. 1uuJ T75- tary Evelyn Wilson GENERAL METALS WEETHEART 5 Ann Lightfoot NEW YEAR GIRL Vera Thormann BAND SWEETHEART Kathy Kerbow FOOTBALL SWEETHEART Mfr Sue Marchant F. F. A. SWEETHEART Pauline Mullins DIVERSIFIED OCCUPATIONS SWEETHEART 'They Worked f X lf f l fl f X f f gi ill f .Ju l X K7 S4 Un Al EJ F .- mana rw Uv fi f as A Pg ew ff? F520 r- ,lil 452 ,V rl l Jn fc and Played i' Publications 14' Clubs if Music i' Yell Leaders if Library, Office Assistants 'A' Thespians hard' f The Pon aw." A .-aww' - ' IRA HILL Editor gy Publishedbi-weekly by Newman High School journalism students, The Pony Express was named State Champion of its class in 1951 at the THSPA Conference in Denton. The 'Express, afirst place winner for two Consecutive years, is distributed to SHS students and teachers free of vharge every other Friday of the school year. "T 'fn an -v"'f. ,. if FIRST ROW: Mary Ann Blair. SECOND ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Peggy Wheeler, Jerry Sessum Betty Summers and Gladia Williams. THIRD ROW: Veleta Windham, Nelda Kinsey, Betty Bratche and Evelyn Wilson. FOURTH ROW: Kay Hill, Evelyn Hackfeld, Alfreda Rankin and Shirley Stow FIFTH ROW: Loma Stirman, Jane Baker, Nancy Forgerson, Kathy Kerbow and Ann Cowan. 82 I Express Mme f ev ei' I FIRST ROW LEFT TO RIGH S S. ,mil , T: Lynnette Stevenson, Betty Lewis and Steve Stephens. SECOND ROW: BenBrock, Adviserg Ira Hill, Norman Baxter an ga ret Woodard, Anna Pearl Walker and Nadene Cox. d Charles Wilson. THIRD ROW: Mar- IVIARGARET WOODARD Business Manager 83 s S iff, Q 3 SEATED, LEFT TO RIGHT: Mary Ann Blair, Lorna Stirman and Joe Feagan. STANDING: Gilbert Olvera,, Bgnnie Adams, Marian Whatley, Deon Web- ster, Nadene Cox, Roland Bearden, Barbara Johnson, Dortha Rasco, Dolores Teague and Don Reagan. Not pictured: Donna Rea and Gail Ronemus. LOMA STIRMAN Business Manager 's Key Club The Key Club is an international civic club for high schools, recently organized in Sweetwater through the efforts of the localKiwanis Club and the school administration. It is dedi- cated to the service of the school. sssvrssf' I, were SEATED, LEFT TO RIGHT: Wade Forester, Bobby Washam, J.W. Patten, Ira Hill, Jimmy Burns, John Paul Cain and Carl Anderson. STANDING: Horace Moore, Clinnon Cartwright, Watson Moore, David Arnold and Hoyt Byrd, Sponsor. President ----------- ---IRA HU-L Vice-President ---- JIMMY WRIGHT Secretary ---------- J IMMY BURNS Treasurer ------ ---J.W. PATTEN 85 A Cappell i i 4 i E Q 3 FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Bonnie Adams, Judy Morrison, Shirley Clark, Lua Allen, Peg Armstrong, June Wood, Anita Kennamer, Lila Bonner, Frances Ward, Glenda Herrington, Ca Clegg, Lillian Morris, Sue Carson and Barbara Taylor. SECOND ROW:Shirley Sproul, Nelda Kil1SGy, Reba Taylor, Ann Lightfoot,Carole Allen, LHVG Richburg, Shirley Weems, Juanice Dill, Nancy Forgerson, Hazel Yarbrough, Evelyn Hackfe Merilyn Moody and Maybell Franklin. TheACappella Choir is composed of students selected fro: the choral classes, underthe direction of Miss Marie Hill. Sweep stakes winners in lnterscholastic League Contests in N750-51 the choir has previously won high honors at 'Contest. A Christ mas concert, spring concert, participation inthe All-State Choru: RA Choir E S z X S 1 'HIRD ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Gail Ronemus, Joann Graves, Rita Johnson, Charles Sharrock , lilly Rowan, Steve Stephens, Keith Busby, Jimmy Burns, Clinnon Cartwriht, David Arnold, Pavid Fomby, Bobby Clark, Mary Ann Blair, Nancy Ford and Lynnette Stevenson. 'OURTH ROW: Kay Hill, Sue Marchant, Richard Jenkins, Clayton Taylor, Dan Bonner, James 'Ioody, Jack Smith, Jimmy Purvis, Kenneth Long, Ira Hill, Merlene Hale, and Loma Stirman. nd entry in lnterscholastic League Contests make a full year for ie choir. The group sings for various other occasions when illed upon, and usually makes out-of-towntrips during the school rar. 87 Boys' IZHSBITIDIB SEATED: David Arnold and Kenneth Long. .B1L5v'is, Ira Hill, Elmer Doggett, James wright and Clayton Taylor. STANDING, LEFT TO RIGHT: Dan Bonner, .Timmy Moody, Charles Sharrock, Jafk Smith, Clinnon Cart- The Boys' Ensemble, lnterscholastiv Leagi: Ratinglwinnersfor the past two years, was oi- ganizedinthe1949-50 school year. The group' purpose is to entertain the school and fone munity andto developthe best singing ensembl possible. Boys' Quartet The E-oy's Quartet was organized this ye: The group p e r fo r ni s on school and cor munity programs during the school year. LEFT TO RIGHT: David Arnold, Jimmy Pur- vis, James Moody, and Jack Smith. 88 Troubadears The Troubadears, NHS girls choral ensemble, have been Rating I winners at Interscholastic League Contest forthe past three years. Purpose of the group, which was first organized during the l945-46 school year, is to entertain the school and community when a small group is needed. SEATED: Nancy Ford and Merlene Hale. STANDING, LEFT TO RIGHT Ann Lightfoot, JoannGraves, Ann Mason, Mary Ann Blair, Merilyn Moody June Wood, Lillian Morris and Lua AIIen. l I A .N rwxxgs 8 9 R '95 MUSTA G , BA ' r 1 K I X XXW XXXXX xxx xx DRUM MAJOR A D MAJORETTE NORMAN BAXTER LEFT TO RIGHT: Sandra Hale, Loma Bruechner, Delia Parker, and Cleoma Stephens. ' QI Mustang Q I Q 3 FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: RodneyWilliams, Jimmie Terrell, Peggylllggeler, AlfregaqRank Ann Cowan, Emogene Walton, Fleta Aven and Loma Bruechner. Sf"-'51 SECOND ROW: Delia Parker, Ag nn Lightfoot, Sandra Hale, Carolyn Peters, WMSQDMQQIL T945 Shelfer, Jerry Lewis, Jimmy Wright, Shirley Palmer, Patsy Holbrook, Micky Fry, J0armG1-avg Wade Forester, Ann Mason and Ernestine Etheredge. F ' ' T -. THIRD ROW: J-ohn Paul Cain,g Shi-1j,f41AI-'lQit, LaVerne Corley, Barbara Abbott, Cleoma Stephe Barbara Buck, Carroll Johnson, Jimmy Burns, Henry King, Jerry Gardner, Lela Headstream,Jr Cain, Bill Morrison, Bobby Pickett, Margaret Herron, Pat Kerr, and Shirley Ferrell. The Mustang Band is composed of students who have ha previous experience in the Junior High School Band. Durir the school year, the band participates in all home footba games and most out-of-town games. Known throughout th state as one of the most colorful bands, the NHS musiciar 92 3and DURTH ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Sally Daugherty, Shirley Massey, Pat Shoemaker, La June Hollis, ildred Dennis, Nigga-ri--Qaafter, Larry Jones, .19,hn..Le.e., Kenneth Lewis, Henry Bullock and Carl N19 If-QQ. TANDING: James Hobbs, directorg ISatYhL5ieHrbow,NKay 4-Lston,Caro1e Allen, Jagkie McCright, Vera iormann, Raymond Davis, Billy Barfield, 'Joe Steghens and John Corley. 1 K rceive numerous invitations to participate in events over the ate, which has gained them state-wide recognition. Also, Lring the school year, the band presents concerts, marches down-town parades, and enters Interscholastic League mtests, in which they have won numerous high ratings. 93 Choral Council FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Mary Ann Blair, Nancy Ford and June Wo: SECOND ROW:I.,aVelle Richburg, Juanice Dill, Nelda Kinsey, David Arnold and Ira H THIRD ROW: Dan Bonner, Kenneth Long, and Jimmy Purvis. Band Senate . Q., an 1 H 'thin ' I 'Q - R WW 3 I FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Peggy Wheeler, Alfreda Rankin, Vera Thormann, Loma Brueehner, Jimmie Terrell and Rodney Williams. SECOND ROW: John Corley, Carl Anderson, Norman Baxter, Watson Moore and John Lee. Q4 tudent Assistants Librar WR LEFT TO RIGHT: Anna Pearl Walker, Juanice Dill, Martha Sanders, Marilyn Rea, Joyce Ellis, Johnnie Barber and Billie Carlton. Office A1-'S 3. 'N 'Q X if' SEATED: Betty Sunimers. STANDING, LEFT TO RIGHT: Gladia Willi- ams, Margaret Woodard, Deon Webster, Mickey Fry, Nadene Cox, Bar- bara Smith, Judy Morrison, LaVerne Cole and Evelyn Harkfeld. 95 EWMAN lf fl 5 i . E 1 9 SEATED, LEFT TO R1GHT: Lua Allen, Barbara Buck, John Lee, Velma McFarlen, Rodney Williams Janelle Goettsche, Ann Lightfoot, Nancy Chit, Kathy Kerbow, Glenna Goettsche, Kay Alston, LaVell Joann Graves, STANDING: Norman Baxter, lra Hill, Jerry Powel Rankin, La June Hollis, Betty Summers, Mary Powell, GladiaWilliame Peggy Wheeler, Glenda Herrington, Veleta Windham, June Wood, Mary Odom, Shirley Palmer, Anit Ki-nnamer, Margaret Woodard, Keith Busby, Merilyn Moody, Loma Stirman, Kay Hill, Yvonne Byrc Loma B-ruechner, Nancy Ford, Kenneth Long, Merlene Hale, Dan Bonner, Ann Cowan, Vera Thorman and Pat Kerr. Richburg, Shirley Ferrell and director, Watson Moore, Alfreda anigedin 1949-50 by Jerry Powell, The Ncwrnan Thespians was org director of drama. The group presents a number of major productions during the school year. Awards are usually given by the RUR Theaters for the best actor andactress of the year. The club elects new officers each semester. QA LEATED, LEFT TO RIGHT: ieith Busby, Veleta Windham, JaVelle Richburg, Rodney Williams, Jan Bonner and Kenneth Long. STANDING: Jorman Baxter, Margaret Woodard, Ira Hill ,nd Ann Cowan. THESPIANS ...---1 A4- Members of the cast and crew at work on a major production. FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Dan Bonner, Rodney Williams, Keith Busby, MalvinDonelsonandIra Hill. SECOND ROW: Kennethloong, Nor- man Baxter and Watson Moore. FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA The Future Farmers of America Club is one of the most active organizations inSHS. Organizedin 1939, the local chapter enters numerous livestock judging and other F.F.A. contests. SHS Future Farmers Have won an array of banners for their club. SEATED, LEFT TO RIGHT: Kenneth Harvell, Joe Bob Kent, Maurice Scott, Toby Thomas, Billy Womack, Wesley Sims, Jack Rowan, Ardis Stephens, Bobby Thompson, Pat Stroman, Wayne Justiss, John C. Moore, Clinnon Cartwright, Ronald Porter, Petty Humphreys, Howard Stephens Charles Sharrock, Jimmy Wright and Cranston Ogden. STANDING: L.M. Larner, sponsor Tommy Hale, Douglas Browning, William Cardwell, Lyndol Harris and Glenn Schubert. 4 wmwszns ,rw f V 1. :h?2:sf'Wf'3 1 1 Hx? ,, - . , . ..., . TIIILSTIIB ' 1347 iiilflli CGIBSETZIG CEITEST mf fl! UST 6 mst BA! S0 if Ill! UGLY UISTHICT F R 1347 48 .. MW, NAU DAIRY as llfl U cnlrtsr l.l' it 5 I ..-v"""y.x, M.iM""-- will fu is If ft, -.1 1. FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Lila Bonner, Barbara Taylor, Sue Carson, Juanita Rylander, Billie Carlton, Betty Barton, Peggy Armstrong, Judy Morrison and Nelda Kinsey. SECOND ROW: Dortha Rasco, Beverly Landers, Billie Jo Forbes, Lynnette Stevenson, Kathy Kerbow, Barbara Smith, Anna May, Jane Pence, Juanice Dill and Shirley Stowe. THIRD ROW: Joann Graves, Shirley Weems, Sue Marcliant, Anita Kennamer, Nadene Cox, Evelyn Hackfeld, Charlene Shuff, Gerry Rogers, Kay Hill, Loma Stirman and Miss Louise Bollinger, sponsor. FOURTH ROW: La June Hillis, Mary Powell, Lillian Morris, Joyce French, Reba Taylor, Pat VanDever, Marian Whatley,Deon Webster, Nancy Forgerson, Rita Johnson, Dolores Teague, JerrySessums, Billie Hope and Evelyn Wilson. FIFTH ROW: Donia Ellis, Shirley Dooley, Joyce Ellis, Mary Ann Neatherlin, El Dora Bloomingdale, Loudean Armstrong, Barbara Evans, Jody Ashton, Jackie Byrd, Mary Odom, Glenda Herrington, Glenna Goettsche, Nancy Clift, Elida Azios, Nilda Reyes, Jane Baker, Nancy Ford and Lela Ruth Headstream. SIXTH ROW: Beth Walker, Velma Mu- Farlen, Alfreda Rankin, Anna Pearl Walker, Veleta Windham, Irene Terry, Peggy Wheeler, Beverly Bruce, Carol Clegg, Radnia Dooley, Lyndell MCFarlen, Sarah Byrd, Donna Aldridge, Norma Carlile, Lua Allen and Fleta Aven. FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF MERICA Q as qnuuslw-v VCJCATIGNA AN 'J LEFT TO RIGHT: Joe Don Kirkland, Charles Pennell, A.W. Carey, T.J. Pike, Theron Dorsey, Jimmy Nivkens, Donald Wayne Monks, Billy Kirkpatrick, Joe Spradlin, Richard Craft, J.M. Harlow, Sponsor. SECOND ROW: Billy Rowan, Raymond Murphy, William Cardwell, Douglas Neeper, Douglas Browning, Tommy Hale and Glenn Schubert. GENERAL METALS The General Metals unit of the V.I. C. Club is composed of boys interested in metal work. The club has won numerous honors in competitive events with other schools in the past few years. During the school year the boys attend conventions, elect a club sweetheart, and find plenty of class work to keep them well oc- cupied. l0O .af 2 4 DUSTRIAL LUB DIVERSIFIED OCCUPATIONS The DiversifiedOccupations unit of the V.I.C. Club is com- posed of students who attend school in the morning and Work at downtown jobs in the afternoon. Besides much work toward job perfection, the club elects a sweetheart, holds a D.O. banquet, and sponsors various other activities during the school year. SEATED, LEFT TO RIGHT: Mary Frances Ray, Betty Conn, Bobbie Davis, Jimmie Taylor, Curtiss Stone, Frank Lane, Marvin Hackfeld, Raymond Davis, Earl Armstrong, Horace Moore, J. D. Snyder, Horat-eSpradlin, JohnDavis and Mary Trantham. STANDING: Hoyt Byrd, sponsor Edna Barnes, Mary Frances Mullins, Pauline Muliins and Robert Washam. 101 'Sports Activities CX 3, Cf QQ -5 Q1 fp Ke Were Thrilling if Football 'A' Basketball if Tennis Volleyball Track al' 'lr TTL! QQ sl "l ."?f,f' XX Z f '4 ,Ar Y V ' LLL! lflf A f 'T " X f' rl: u E ff 2 P ' Q Q fnx Lfrlfi gl X N X. : f ll Mx, , 1 .5 ll Q l L 'LK I W I ll ARTK K N E9 ls HH- -! f ' 7 ' Eff g F ff W fn 3 ?A , - bill -iff-4 -- Milf Z.,- Q . gyv 25 . it .-fs' .4 GRID COACH ES MEL GRIGG PAT GERALD KEN NEWTON ffl'-'l I, FCDOTBALL i f V f WI' i WW ,fel i- ,V Hot and coldthroughout the 1951 gridiron season, the inexperienced and lightweight Sweetwater Must- angs finished their conference schedule with two wins and three losses for fourth place in District 3A- l. Dominated by sophomores and juniors, the Must- tangs defeated Plainview andBig Spring in conference tilts and trampled San Angelo and Childress in non- conference clashes to end the season with four wins and six losses. Five Sweetwater gridders' were selected on the 3A-1 All-District teams. Receiving the honor were Ira Hill, Derle Rudd, Joe Smith, Lloyd Ware and James Butler. - Only five of the starting eleven will be lost via graduation route. Pat Geraldis head coach of the Mustangs, Assis- tants are Ken Newton, line coach, and Mel Grigg, B team coach. IHA. I95l ROUND-UP Sweetwater Sweetwater Sweetwate r Sweetwater Sweetwater Sweetwater Sweetwater Sweetwater Sweetwater Sweetwate r ----- Pampa--- Abilene--- Lubbock-- San Angelo Childress- Vernon ---- --- Piainview--- -- 6 Lannesa ---- ---- Z 6 Midland ---- --- Big Spring--- --7 IRA HILL. Left Guard CO-CAPTAINS--Derle Rudd, left, and Lloyd Ware led the Mustangs during the 1951 grid season. WATCH HIM GO!--Lugging the ball against Abilene is Sweet- water's left halfback James Butler. Joe Feagan, l7, and Freddie Armstrong, 44, "watch the proceedings. " IDE ANGEL, OLVERA Fullback rv 2 i . l 'WSE wi, was 7 ,,...,...-w"""'x READY FOR THE WHISTLE--Sweetwater's Mustangs get set to kick off to the Big Spring Steers on Thanksgiving Day in Mustang Bowl. , Y. ,V ,V , i EUSJQGIQIQ THF MATL--Vefsztiie Anrgelh Olxiera, dlviusiing MEI- JAMES BUTLER ac , rives or a ong gain e ore e is s oppe y ree a- Left Halfback mesa Tornadoes. 'mx , f .,- ...mf sa -- '3"',5.jQ:a- t. . vu' if! .- Ti 41 on I ' sf gifs. ,f: J3 5 NT' 'B GALLOPING IVIUSTANGS--The Sweetwater gridsters turn tracksters on a day preceding a "big" game. JOE SMITH Safety ARM IN ARM--Mustang Center Lloyd Ware gets set to stop L,amesa's pigskin toter as Derle Rudd, right end, c'omeS in for an assist. JOE FEAGAN Quarte rbac k 107 v.ow-WF A JUST MADE IT--Joe Smith, Mustang quarterback, PHSSCS in the Big Spring game before a Steer nabs him. FRANK GLASS Right Guard ni -NX DERLE RUDD Left End DON REAGAN Right Halfback TAKING IT EASY--The Mustangs relax after a "rough" work out. . .just to please the photographer. 108 5 'X LX LOYD WARE Cleiiter RICHARD JLNKlNS Left llzilfbavk 1 if ALAN THOMPSON Right Tackle lt X X CHARLES WILSON Right End PAYDIRT GALLOP--Mustang James Butler, left halfback, scores for Sweetwater against the Lamesa Tornadoes. 10 J. W. PATTEN Left Tackle J. C. MORRIS ,,.,- Guard DELL GREEK End ' LaRAY MQELROY Guard DELAYED ACTION--Sweetwater's James Butler, left halfback, is slowed down in the Lamesa game before being brought down by a Tornado duo. 110 'I' E i S S Q' X Im were Q C x ' FX-Q :LN W . Y ,Q S S i W XX . vW5""'fEvALmu'PX- L Ae s Q X ii Q W A l wwiim: ' P. . Q 'K Q READY TO GO--Left end Charles Wilson, 85, gets set to move after taking an aerial from Mustang Joe Smith. Sweetwater end Hal Dean Byrd, 88, moves in to lead interference. Srl LVE. S I EPHENS Ilalfback JACK 111 SOMMERVILLE Center GILBERT OLVERA Halfback CLIFFORD WILSON Right Tackle m. C '. ,, , , , . ., , N ,Q .Q ,. A, , - v 2 . . W . , I se ,4 , " V if A V K 1 'ff t R 'f L" x x W RUDD RACES--Derle Rudd, right end, runs back a kick-off for the Mustangs inthe Sweet- water-Lamesa clash. Fullback MarkBishop puts a block on a Tornado to assist in a suc- cessful return. K K X X CHARLES CUPP 1 Center FOX BYRD Right End 112 fy J-. ' . -w' . .QA BILLY STONE Tackle MARK BISHOP X Fullback off 3 JACK LEONARD Left Tackle JACKIE LAWRENCE X Center THERON DORSEY FREDDIE ARMSTRONG Left Halfback Halfback A ,ix X 1 be GE X f stun'-qw ' - if .gl C ' . 1 "W ' 'Yi Q X A we k A " .. ' N ffsgi X 'Q 'NSSSYQXYW 'mf- ' X assi K A. K ,R X tax twang, K ' N M C .M ' gy is Q - POINT PRECISION--Right halfback Don Reagan, 46, hits the uprights for an extra point after the second Mustang tally against the Big Spring Steers. 112 if 114 A e 4 0, 4 gm, .. .1 gil ll it :ty i"i-'Z-5.1 di-.Ji Linbq-s, iw, ish- Z' A-1-L12 an-5 :nu-ni -Lg--fy uni hig - . Qu-1 l--' 1 .,1,1i,. f 'Cf X- I'-Yimbli qvg -. sy, X - n WW if-Q .um VL- b Wy t A M V ,, x,f?v,ag - ,KVM r-wr-A ,, W' f., 'N , ,- If ' ' X Q, A A- W, ,, V'-'.4t"' fl , J' "W 1 J, gxvg , , ' J .- M 'ff-in-. .. me A afg- 4-5-v QUARTERBACK QUICKIES--Joe Smith gives the starting Mustang eleven some quick counseling in:1"1igh1.scrimmage." GLINDELL PETTY End CLIFFORD SMITH Left Guard PRESTON DILL, Right Guard WILLIAIVI ALLEN W Right Ilalfback JOE McCUTCHAN Tackle naar" HAROLD GREEN End I' EUGENE KOURI Fullback DICKIE AMOS Tackle 'Q """' QD Aix , : Q X Ai OCX 50 CO' Q cQ.M,.4., A W MUSTANG PROSPECTS--The SweetwaterB team, composed largely of sophomores, control the destiny ofthe Mustangs' football future. Many of the Ponies are expected to land a spot on next year's A squad. 115 SNK W E 'IY5 WX Q5 S' iE3FX!'N..3S' MUSTANGABASKETBALL, TEAM--First Row, Left to Right: Dalvin Jordan, Joe Smith, Derle Rudd, Charles Vl'ilson and R.L. Montgomery. Back Row: Theron Dorsey, Jerry Shackelford, Carl Anderson, Harold Green, Buster Davidson and Dell Greer. Sweetwater's Mustang basketball team, in a .j ASKETBALL - ,..m..7 ' 1 I V A N fi fix it 11 7 Cf-. v!22-14 D record 31-game schedule, finished the 1951-52 cage season with 18 wins against 13 losses. After fighting the flu during the early confer- ence season and suffering three straight set-backs, the Mustang hoopsters regained their early season form to win five of their 10 conference tilts. Sweetwater finished the District 1-AAA race in a third place tie with Vernon. Lamesa's Tornadoes finished in first place, followed by Big Spring. Midland trailed Sweet- water and Vernon, and Plainview finished in the cellar. Ken Ni-wton, Mustang mentor, resigned his coaching duties atthe end of the season to become principal of the East Ridge Elementary School. 116 Mustangs' District Record SlA'l1ll1,'l WATER OPPONENTS 53 Vernon 45 ,jj Lamesa 43 1,13 Big Spring 50 41 Nlidland 33 4lQ Plainview 42 41, Vernon 48 47 Lamcsa 56 47 Big Spring 37 50 Midland 44 61 Plainview 38 N i ' -'ii N1 STARTING FIVE--Ready to start swishing the nets are one of Sweetwater's top combinations. Left to right are Coach Ken Newton, Harold Green, Carl Anderson, Dalvin Jordon, Charles Q w JOE SMITPi Wilson and Joe Smith. 1 km S Guard -pf 3 sl 50.46 .,,,, swsm CHARLES WILSON BACKHOARDBLUES--CarlAndersonandI-IaroldGreen, number Forward 3l7, battle with Vernon's Lions for possession of the basketball as Charles Wilson, number 27, comes in for a try. 117 .Q ' --w.......N.,,,r..,...-f-W-mwvh -WM , 4 X ssl. , . E a W-M u.A.,,,.,,,,,,.,,,....W.N,N-u,.u,w-.,-.-4-f41 N k www my S. Q -n-........,,, . gp, U l l JUST IN TIME--Dalvin Jordan, Mustang guard, beats the buzzer in attemptinga long set shot just before the end of the game with Midland g in Mustang gym. ff. 4 .r sslf r . YEA? 1 Q .L Wow' .NX m DERLE RUDD Forward KEEPAWAY--Charles Wilson, number 27, paSSCS to J06 Smith, number Zh, and the Mustangs plaster the Big Spring Steers. Buster Davidson, number 29, watches the proceedings. 118 f :Qs K ' E, ...El X , .blk , ,KV it - I CARL ANDERSON Center ax gigs Xai!'sgV Q ," A x l Im S s P 1 1 W i X R 4 V v ff Kg L-f O if ,ms N U rn gm' Hr 523 "1 Q-E? bv V, ' 10. X, X 3 6 , x 4 f K 1 i I DALVIN JORDAN Guard TWO POINTS--Charles Wilson, Mustang forward, tallies forthe Sweetwater hoop- sters as they defeat the Midland Bull- dogs. aff? ,.-4 w, G 1 was im d N X X HAROLD GREEN Forward 'x ANDERSON coNN1-:CTS--Cari Anderson hits JERRY SHACKELFORD the basket forthe Mustang five in a game with ' Center Vernon's Lions. 3 , 5 . I tn, Y of K IX, X ,,-, 1 , A ff- Lib, BUSTER DAVIDSON ALL SET--Buster Davidson attempts to Guard assist the cause inagame with Big Spring's 120 Steers. HOOPSTER HOPEFULS--B teamers returning to the Mustang cage courts next year are left to right Qkneelingj John Paul Cain, R.L. Montgomery, Theron Dorsey, John Lee and Pete I-Ieslep. Standing are Jimmy Jones, Jackie Lawrence, Jerry Shackelford, Billy Stone, Dell Greer, Buster Davidson and Clifford Wilson. R. L. MONTGOMERY Guard Q Q - x . , l ":"- 3 X X K-41' I 'VE THERON DORSEY h i Guard 5 l l lk J X - x 121 TENN S 5 I - egg A lip xfi fi if K I Sweetwater High's girls tennis squad, Z mwlllfgl V W4-nm,-'ull with the exception of senior Donna Rea, ENE vig. i 1 'E lS composed of sophomores and juniors. N JE' X COaChPaula Jean Terry's racketeers had lm ,ll QWMX 'EE-r a rathermedihocre season, but show pro.. xv -+f',,l' :Lu mlse Of putting Sweetwater back in the - ":i"'-'X ' '- " "tennis spotlight" next year. f 'Q 'T"'a' 7 READY FOR A RACKET--Sweetwater I-Iigh's girls tennis team, left to right ffirst rowj are Lanell Terry, Beverly Landers, Anna May, Emogene Walton, Jody Ashton, Irma Ewing, Dolores Teague, and Marian Whatley, Second Row: Shirley Stowe, Carolyn Curry, Carolyn Peters, Margaret Ross, Ann Fomby, La Rue Smith, Jerry Sessums, Evelyn Wilson, and Donna Rea. Third row: Jane Pence, Charlene Shuff, Pati Couch, Helen Bredemeyer, Hazel Yarbrough, Joyce French, Merlene Hale, Marilyn Rea, Barbara Evans, and Pat Van Dever. 122 .Wx xx 4. 1 gi Sf ii m Sf? 34 Q If 'X' 3 was 535 , H SY' 325: M1 ' ,1 A M vii 4 -Q 3561! RACKETEERING IS THEIR BUSINESS--Mustang tennis squad, left to right, ffront rowj HTBI Joe Bob Kent, Wesley 511115, John Paul Cain, R.L. Montgomery, Duane Jolley, Kenneth Harvelland Howard Stevens. Back Row: David Voohries, James Roden, Hodges Fomby, Temple Dickson, Cyril Willis, Donald Kennon, LeRoy DeBusk and Jimmy Nickens. With a host of sophomores and juniors, Sweetwater's boy racketeers kept SHS in the tennis news this year, and the stock should soar next season. Senior James Roden will be the only racket swinger who will not return to the Mustang courts in 1952-53. A+ 2 ,M 5 S 5 t ' 'N . ... ,.,.. ., W . NM A - Mmmi-.ww .Www-iv., ECE ONE--John Paul Cain "gives e backhand" to opponents R.L. ontgomery, left, and Temple .ckson. His partner is James Jden. F """"""w-mW- M ,im , WM -M., Md X if s , .X !,.f,,w, . ivan-v..,,, .in w,m.i M, N, .. X . S.VgSlQ,4Q Axis ii ,X vxq N. Wx war ,i,Q1XlTs,J if-my 5 i' X ry X I . wi , . gfwi A X ' A -f .- ' MLS, gqigmf T N, . ,M .- W. N, V1 ik X R' S S 5 f 2 Q 5:1 K , Fx +,,, TENNIS TECHNICALITY--CoachJ.G. Overton gives some racket pointers to James Roden, David Voohries, John Paul Cain, Cyril Willis, Hodges Fomby, Temple Dick- SOH, DOl1ald Kennon, R. I... Montgomery and Howard Stevens. 'l7ll VCDLLEYBALL MUSTANG A VOLLEYBALLERS--Seated left to right--lrene Terry Coach Paula Jean Terry and Yvonne Byrd. Standing: Bessie Thomp- son, Beverly Bruce, Jerelene Schlueter, JoAnn Walker, Thelma Neeper, and Jackie Byrd. UP AND AT IT--The SHS sextettes learn the art of set-ups and spikes in a daily practice session. 176 4 GIRLS' SPORTS CLUB ' FIRST ROW, left to right: Ann Fomby, Jane Pence, Helen Bredemeyer, Margaret Ross, Gerry Rogers, Shirley Stowe, LaRue Smith, Evelyn Wilson, Peggy Wheeler, and Veleta Windham. Second Row: JoAnn Walker, Edwina Reynolds, Velma McFarlen, Ruby Roley, Marilyn Rea, Barbara Smith, Rita Johnson, Charlene Shuff, Maxine Rowlett, Jerry Sessums, Gladia Williams and Lanell Terry. Third Row: Anna May, Golda Staton, Irene Terry, Beverly Bruce, Jackie Byrd, Thelma Neeper, Jerelene Schlueter, Billie Forbes, Yvonne Byrd, Bessie Thompson, Nelda Dunn and Mary Ellison. if s is is 1 V g sssiji' Tn i K I K . I i X 7 , The Girls' Sports Club, organized this year X -, QM ff 1 for the purpose of promoting girls sports, spon- -, I gg! J K soredavolleyballtournament and numerous other 1 ,.v,3.1 3111! ....- activities during the year. The group is sponsored jk! 535753, lm' fr' b Miss Paula Jean Terr . , Y Y 3 ' ' ' f 69 ' ' I as? -, , f -ff-2' 1 Z 'E'-?'f, TL- L , 1 1 --f - ' C77 4 177 592, ' ' , f , Q , at , 1 , , I , , . J, .... , In t 1 ,V , A Q, f 4 1-"' X , " 1 f xv" L XA ff " , . Q, A V N ,a 41 X' W , ig pk M E ,fr , X . l 3 ,D ME W. f Af Z, K A . . . .L,,. K ,,, ... A If V .. E .4 y AA V' .. . 5 1 jT,sq:,.,, ' II .I EI.'.,Z,5j -:,: -xl I - - .--. 2 -. MUSTANG TRACKSTERS--Front Row, Left to Right: Preston Dill, Joe Smith, James Butler, Freddie Armstrong, Angel Olvera, Coy Berry, Eugene Kouri, TheronDorsey, Pete Heslep and Dicky Amos. Second Row: Jimmy Gilmore, Jackie' Lawrence, Billy Stone, Joe Feagan, Jimmy Jay, I..aRay McElroy, Glen Powers, Don Reagan, Fox Byrd, Dalvin Jordan and John Lee. Back Row: Coach Mel Grigg, Howard Green, Alan Thompson, Charles Cupp, J.B, Moss, FrankGlass, J.W. Patten, Jack Sommerville, Clifford Wilson, Joe McCutchan, Mark Bishop and Dell Greer. TRACK 'h ' X A iff? A Sweetwater's thinly-clads, tutored by 'C' X Mel Grigg, were especially outstanding in 7 NLWQ , sprints this year. One of the largest track f ff squads in the school's history participated VA, in various events at numerous track meets L A l this spring. ' - .pl JJ' -1332 1712 FF TO A FLYING START-- lrinters Freddie Arm- rong, Glen Powers, ugene Kouri and James ltler "take off" as Coy arry, William Allen, ark Bishop and Coaqh el Grigg observe. is 1 WATCH THAT FORM--J.B. Moss gets some A in-A HT , assistance from J. W. Patten in tossing the Q . T i , ,ff-"""7" M, is ' S hot . s'1I'J'JQw.w "f f 'N Q le 3 - S? t ' vs. Mi' M, . 1 M . X. L -'aw ' M- - t v- 7,wf,jfg,r X k 'd x W l 5 f s I . A , X ' ' ii iw' L 'wk it WWTF ws' ' + + Q Af'Q"'l2i' '??Wil"F N , ,f.f , W ,X WAY UP THERE--Fox Byrd "sails over" as Angel Olvera and LaRay McElroy "give him the eye." 170 S if wmk H '...Never A Dull Moment! i' Student Life ,Z .147 ff? 6 T1 H Uh RW 4 2 t' Q J 'tt WNIWNR fm W' 4 W 4 0 Q Q 4 3 t Vishu I I f .4 . C A .:f1t1 I ff 4,4--Q, , h 1 f I I MQW -,E,3- . ,W " " QA A if I rv ' 1? '- ' an-.fffew ul:-.yy ,X- , - , ,,,ik --I Qgvln QM ,.. it b,v,,f .jg-4 'vw ,, A '-'K,.s:, - ,V K' 'A ' "QW I X Va. "'f',..'-T!f?'i'k. , if W Alilglq IXIY SON, AISILL., Sc-reams A1mC0wan, ns! as Mrs. Autrobus, In E1 drarnativ svene from the 'I'I1c-spmzm il1riIIvr. I'INI NOI IIIEQ KIND OF GIRL THAT GOLQ5 OUT FOR ISEAUTY CONTESTS I,z1VeIIeIiIII1IJL1r5g, :1IIz1sSz1bin:1, I,eIIs IVIT. Autrohus, playa-rl by Norman Baxter. I ?. P" - S Newman Thespians Present: I 'THE SKI GF OUR TEETH I I I'I"5 ASIORM, AADELUGE, fortune teIIer Merlene Hale predirtrs to the Antrobus family. 132 WQRK, WORK, WORK--Askany Thesplan, they can tell you that plays are not all pleasure and here's a well-illustrated example. if X Y X may SM if Q if if Agar .4 -11 Q SOMEBODY DO SOMETHING!--It's all in the act as Keith Busby, Margaret Woodard, LaVelle Richburg and Dan Bonner rehearse for Thespian pro- duction, "The Glass Menagerie. " 4 f fig. ig? ifgk ' iii il- I ' 3151 if iw? ' f if ii 1 ' LIGHTS, 1v1Us1c,AcT1oN--Dan Bonner, Ira Hill and Kenneth Long operate "the thing" and the "mixmaster, " alias the light board and turn-table, purchased by the Thespians this year. SE ICR TALENT i 'I'ALElNJ'l'ED SENIORS7 --At least that's the occasion as the "tactful" perfornfiers entertain SHS students with bits of "Senior Spei iais. " 5 3 5 l lN DE EVENIN' BY DE lVlOONLlGHT,Sing darkies Margaret Woodard and Frances Ward while musicians Lyndol Harris and Ira Hill add a touch of background music. ,,.-f" CLASSY CHORUS GIRLS add a sparkle to the program aj they perform a "dignified dance" while singer Vcvleta Windham exer- cises her own talent. , ,W 134 WE SAY THESE ARE THE WINNERS--Judges Mary Ani Blair, Anna Pearl Walker ai Evelyn llackfeld label the winners of SHS senior baby Contest after carefully con- sidering the contestants. till E lUSlC, DAIXCING, KATING, ACTING-- We can do it all" say the llented juniors as they erform for SHS Studef1tS nd teachers. V 5 5 5 1 Q 5 . a ? N K it iii 1 S T ii X.. NOK , we JU IOR TALENT "FLAPPERS" FROM THE GAY NINETIES entertain with a bit of everybody's favorite--the Charleston. WE'VE GOT RHYTHM Junior instrumental- ists entertain with their own versions of Bee-Bop and Jazz. mg. Q lx 4 i Z WESTER D Y - .gffi-"5 WWC I 3 2 I . X I 'ff ' ' 'V ax xl, if , , M M, 48 1,' "Y ,Cs cs i I' y if i COWPOKESGET HUNGRY, so it's time out for a hearty meal for several SHS rowgals and boys. ,o I Lb' 13 u', sway Xi axe 3' 5: ix A , GO WEST, YOUNG MEN--And that's what happened in SHS on Western Day as entertainers lr Hill, Elmer Doggett, Bobby Washam and Lyndol Harris hell put everybody in the swing for real western life. WE'RE THE FAVORITES- -A Wester Day feature was the revealing of soph omore, junior and senior favorite during assembly. -Qt .f .f I THIS SOUNDS INTERESTING--Sen iors Mary Ann Blair and Derle Rud look through magazines for aid i planning their vocation. u- tl h HERE'S A GOOD IDEA--Class pre- sidents Charles Vl'ilson, seniorg Freddie Armstrong, sophomoreg and Hmdges Fomby, junior, make plans to discuss in their respective class meet- ings. HURRY, HURRY!--The Pinata is broken and everybody makes a mad dash to pick up the candy, fruit and nuts. SPA ISH P RTY WHERE IS THAT PINATA? Betty Summers, junior, tri to break the pinata in a typical Spanish Christmas party held by the Spanish l and ll classes. TIME TO EAT DRINK AND ,,f BE MERRY--All the pinata have been broken and stude relax and enjoy the candies along with a coke. . 'af-1. -r N'- ass i YE Ol.DE ALMA MATER--The camera steals ci scene as two girls enter SHS to he-gin another svhool day. .iiwhhk RN. WORKING ISA GOOD HOBBY say senior D.O. Students Pauline Mullins and Bobby Washam as they discuss their job pro- blems by the fish pond. ' -+4,4.. gffd EF? 77' 3 f' - HERE'S A PRETTY ONE--Students zadmire the trophies after they were polished and placed inthe new tro- 39 phy cases, a gift ofthe Class of '5.,, installed this year. 3 .7" C' YOU'VE GOT TO FIGHT, BOYS-- Coach Pat Gerald renders a little "know-how" to Mustangs during a skull practice session. WWA, +1 THIS IS THE WAYIT'S DONE says Fran- res Ward, senior yell leader, to football are Charles Wilson as she explains a few techniques used to cheer the boys toward victory at football games. I ,ffT'v9W'lf9Zu..M,. et..,.t. N BEFORE THE BIG GAlVIE--Sweet- water students and other Mustang supporters have a "hot time" the night before the Abilene-Sweetwater grid clash. WE'RE BEHIND YOU BOYS, Cry SHS yell leaders as they form a "triple decker" in one of their many stunts. 140 QV' M5 H' Q iii 2 XE: fkf gif, ,.,. .,.. Q 35. S 'I-1. l"5 'l'lll5 WAY--SHS debaters listen to Doris Ann Woody give herzirgunicnl. Dc-haters are, left to right, Nelda Kin- sey, Rilu.Iohnson, Cz1rroll.Johnson, Hazel Yarbrough, Pati Courli and Nanvy Ford. Mrs. Richard McAfee is coach. Other dehalers fnot shownl are LaVelle Richburg, J.W. Pxilten, and Jininiy Burns. KING JOE AND QUEEN IRENE ftop rowl pose with priiices:indprinvesses Angel Olvera, Dalvin Jordan, Carolyn Peters and Bonnie Adams. 141 DENTON DELEGATES DEPART-- Yuvva G lo rio s a and Pony Express delegates prepare to journey to Den- ton to attend the annual TIISPA con - ference. NEW PRINCIPAL, NEW TEACHERS--SHS Principal Olaf South lends a Wel- coming hand to new teachers Hoyt Byrd, Tommie Teal, F. M, Larner and Miss Laura Sheridan. , SM ix QW wir l l K 'iwfi roxy: te xi-5 If is CAST YOUR BALLOTS HERE-- Students learn how to vote a signe ballot as local Athenaeum Club spor sors a junior Civic Election in SHE l , DR SUTTON Students welcome Dr. Willis H. Sutton, a nationa WELCOME, . -- known educator, to SHS to bring a series of talks to the student body. iii X14 02 Clan O, I are handy to have around wh class has no that hour! of sophomore Ray W five-inch junior Carl Anderson. ...E - -- .,.-f . .muy .W Emu WE GO FOR GLASSES--Students agree with Coach Ken Newton that glasses en it's time for HSECIHQQ. IAQ BOYS, BOYS, BOYS--First perxod semor Engllsh room forwomen, but 1t's only acendental that no girls found it convenient to take Englmsh durxng HOW'STI-IE WEATHER UPTHERELOu alle as he "looks up" to sxx foot ,, Q ,,..n"" "wi J CAMERA SHY DERLE RUDD frightl, Joe Smith and Charles Wilson, seniors, receive a farwell hand shake from basketball coach Ken Newton as they close the 1952 cage season. '? nv! .av- A .7 .V ... r fa - w x PROGRAM PLANS, PLEASE! -- Diversified Oc- cupations president Robert Washam, left, makes plans for a V. l. C. convention with Hoyt Byrd, D.O. instructor, Glenn Schubert, vice-prexy of general metals, and J. M. Harlow, general metals instrilctor. 'Qt 429 .5249 'QQQQZZ9' ., iz WE'VE GOT A RACKET--Tennis is the game for seniors Donna Rea and James Roden, who agree that it's a pretty good game. ai l Q Q. 5 -u Q' Q. 'OO'l'liAL,L SEASONS OVER and high Chool football stardom is over for ten llS senior boys who made their final ppearani-es on the field this year. IINE SIVIIIANG LASSES appear appy to be chosen 1952 Yucca uvhesses and princesses by weetwater High students. xiyis ,QP s Y. 'Ep s, .. 333-. 59.1. .-Nr fevx .. . , w' R:-"nV X 'QM Sa . ,. up f ' MUST BE FUNNY to rate a 5 X . 0 laugh like that as SHS coaches X q ,I Pat Gerald, Mel Grigg and Ken 'y , , Newton take time to "talk f 5 things over. " l NX BAND IS OUR HOBBY--Senior bandster Norman Baxter and Peggy Wheeler dxscus plans for future band programs. X A SWEETWATER'S'RIGHT HERE points out senior Nadene Cox to classmate Lloyd Ware as the two see the world-- in globe form! yr IH . 'P 0,3 KI G OF HE RTS THE KING IS CRO WNED- F.H.A ' . president Gerr Rogers crowns Joe Smizh senior, as 1952 King of Hearts at the annual pre- sentation in Blue Bonnet Skyroom. THE KlNG'S COURT- King Joe and escort Peggy Wheeler sit surrounded by the royal party, the is K -r i if 7' LLO BEAUTIFUL" ls of Mrs. xdt entertain the King a song and tap dance ber, "Hello Beautiful Dorothy THIS LOOK DELI- CIOUS--King Joe and Peggy are first to be served at the refreshments table by hostess Ann Fornby. s X Y princes and dukes with their escorts. v 'ii Q 'ik N AN YOU READ IT? - -Senior Steve C . Stephens looks over classmate Judy Morrison's shorthand note- book, and Steve says, "I just can't 'translate' it! " X, 1 SINGING SENIORS Lynnette Stevenson and David Arnold, botha cappella choir members, lookover a piece of music to be used in choral concerts. 1 v 5, F 'sf ILA THIS TAKES CONCENTRATION!--Lillian Morris, junior, takes one of the manytimed tests given by SHS Counselor Clyde Jetton to help students in vocational guidance. xg. fig.. so 5. Y 148 K 5, 'W JOW ABOUT A GAME?- Jolleyballe 1' Irene I'erry and Mustang licliard Jenkins agree hat they "go for sports" and discuss a 'ew fundamentals of he games. GOT ANY CAVIAR asks junior Fleta Aven's 16-year-old educated parrot. Poll , who eats with a spoon, can speak 55 I CAN'T LOOK!--Sophomore Barbara Buckdoesn't care to watuh classmate Jimmy Turner as he encounters his captive bull snake in biology, but pre- fers more gentle pets such as the rabbit. 0,1 QI' Y Q , French as well as English. 149 ll ll ll sal ll S :""' 'We Bought From The Best i' Advertiser -1-1f'i'-1-in-1 f uw 'f ' A M Mix F P f lf, If f PM 'F f r ff! 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A-K L-' -f-H V , X irri k.,, i -- X if fy e Z- ,l ' -'Tiff'- ,, Advertising Index Anthony's --------------- 158 Alston Lumber Co. -------- ---167 Armor's Sweetwater Drug--- ---164 Beeman-Cartwright Piano Company ---- ---174 Blue Bonnet Hotel ---- 166 Boykin Cleaners ----- 172 Bowen's Drug Store--- 163 Briley 8: Brown ---------- Furniture Store ---------- ---163 Broughton Motor Company--- ---153 Burton-Lingo Lumber Company ---- - 162 Catching Drug Store --- 161 Cate-Spencer Funeral Home ---- 174 Cox Jewelry ------ -155 Country Club ------ -172 Cowen Shoe Store ----- 172' Dabney Motor Company--- -175 Dairy Maid ------------ 174 Darnell's Sporting Goods and Drugs ---------- --- 169 Davis Farm Equipment ----- -156 Dr. Pepper Bottling Comany ---- ---177 Forester Chevrolet Company ---- ---- 1 71 Goodyear Service Stores- ---- ---155 Globe Cleaners 81 Dyers--- -159 Hawkin's Grocery ---- 175 Home Dairy -------- ---173 Jarvis Office Supply -- 159 Kent Furniture Company--- 158 Kirby Kinsey, Printer ----- 167 Kirkman's Flowers ---- - 175 Lamar Street Drug Store--- --- 159 Levys' ------------------ -160 Lieb's Food Market--- ---174 Mays Studio- ------- --- 179 McBride Cleaners--- ---172 Modern Furniture --- ---172 52 McCright's Wrecking Service M 8: M Men's Store --------- Murchison Motor Company ---- Nance Pontiac Company ---- National Bank of Sweetwater ------------- Newsfoto Publishing Company Norred Motor Company ------ Nolan County Independent Schools ------------- Ocie Hunt, Insurance - -- Pace Packing Company--- Pace Super Market ------- Patterson Funeral Home --- Penney's ---------------- Piggly Wiggly ----------- Russe11's Department Store-- Rip's Gulf Station ----------- R Si R Theaters --------- Sears Roebuck 8: Company--- Service Welding 8: Machine Shop ------------------- - Sobe's Fashion Shop--- Sunbeam ------------------- Sweetwater Floral Company-- Sweetwater Nash Incorporated ---------- Sweetwater Paint and Wallpaper Company--- Sweetwater Reporter ------ Tansil's Department Store--- Texas Bank and Trust Company ---------------------- ---- -- --115 - ---161 155 --175 165 178 -168 ----173 162 173 ----154 164 169 156 158 161 163 ----159 173 163 164 154 164 ----166 ----115 167 170 Texas Electric Service Company ------- 157 Toler Jewelry ------------------- ---- 1 61 U.S. Gypsum Company --- 176 Va.ndervoort's ------- 154 Village Food Market--- ----169 White Elephant Cafe--- ----155 Wayne Smith Motors - - - ----166 , , -- -H 1? ! i 1 ,. Q 3 24 Hour Wrecker Service BROUGHTUN MOTOR CO. Complete Mechanical and Body Repair Oldsmobile GMC Rocket Trucks 53 f Za PACE SUPER MARKET Sweetwater Floral Company FLOWERS WIHED WORLDWIDE E. Ave. B. Phone 2621 1 VANDER, cmms W T :chu nit ik- "Your Tire Service Headquarters" HCANIT BEAT A DODGE PCR - DEPENDABHJTY Goodyear SBIVICB Stores Frank Murchison 318 East Broadway Dial 208 LOCUST X-of Irene's and El1a's S " White Elephant Cafe AM n SINCE 1895 KJ A Good Place to Eat im ffm 3114 ,Q 3 -,.l1- -- W 5 ji' gba 5-A9', I Tops IN FUTURE FARMERS TOPS IN FARM EQUIPMENT PIGGLY WIGGLY Ji n 1 I DAVIS FARM EQUIPMENT SWEETWATER, TEXAS COURTESY QUALITY ECONOMT TEXAS ELECTRIC SERVICE COMPANY R U S S E L L, S Your Friendly Shopping Center ANTH ONY ' S KENT FURNITURE Phone 2356 WE FURNISH Youa HoME BETTER Pon LESS Phone 2561 n S4 Shop at your Friendly Sears Store Dry-Cleaning, Dyeing and Save Established 1919 302 O4 E. 3rd St. Lamar Street Drug Store JARVIS OFFICE SUPPLY I. PAUL WATSON, Owner Phone 9116 311 Oak Phone 3247 1005 L mar io?-493 O, v, -quail qv I1 1 'QF vb Qs as 'Q 'gl V 41 aff1fff ff-ff-f'fQ'.? li-'ziiffiw 2 ,nu nl--H -.---'-1 2 "'-S' vt: AQ iw 'nr' -12 'L 5 S ,Z .inf slew aug 'Q 'ifffaw -m ' Q-L+ it 1 , 5 '---W..:.g, wh -sg Q -L, mb A an .V L? Q 'il 1-9 I mln-v mv ,pw z H x........f-' A ,,..- -X ...ai ' M 8. M MEN'S STORE Timely Suits Society Brand Suits CATCHING'S DRUG "AT YOUR SERVICE" MR. and MRS. I. G. CATCHING Phone 4884 203 Oak Rip's Gulf Station 401 E. Broadway Phone 5533 1 I TULER'S D1AMoNDs SILVEHWARE WATCHES CHINA JEWELRY CRYSTAL GIFTS Phone 4561 110 Lamar St. Your Building Mctericxl Dealer Mustang Band Snake Charmer "We Your Prefer Bowen Drug Store Walgreen Agency "furniture for the entire h me" 317 OAK PHONE 4346 Appreciot K, I I f 1 1 FOR ENTERTAINMENT FOR YOU AND YOUR FAMILY Visit Your R. 81 R THEATRES Texas li BRILEY and BROWN 222 Locust - Ritz - Rocket Sobe's Fashion Shop 4 Phone 2772 :I .' Q lv- ,mx W ivy-game me nm mmm--bw-11--s fm'-sl 257 SWEETWATER NASH INC. Sales NASH Service xx Q K -Q 'ti PATTERSON FUNERAL HOME il iQ Qi!!! LID! 1 3311 f - Wirth fmwwrf.-MM. - . N- vw . Y ' NATIONAL BANK OF SWEETWATER Phone 4683 Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Federal Reserve System IAQ what ,. Jie, ,, aw? . , N , M Q ,MY A I N A Wayne Smith Motors McBRIDE CLEANERS Lincoln-Mercury Dealer Dry Cleaning, Pressing 306 Peeen Altering Phone 4597 Telephone 3652 907 Lemef sa Sweetwater Paint and Wallpaper BLUE BUNNET FLOOR COVERINGS - VENETIAN BLINDS BUILDERS' SUPPLIES 216 Pecan Phone avoo naw, KIRBY KINSEY Printer LSTON LUMBER CO. The Smart The New I Ll S L , 'H 'Kwik' ' A- W W -fk - ' V F3 mp ,, Ewigi? 8 E? LA NORRED MOTOR COMPANY Buick and CADILLAC Sales cmd Service 219 W. Broadway Phone 4826 DARNELL'S SPORTING GGODS and DRUGS S5 f . 5 V . 1 H-f T' 1:-3 VILLAGE MARKET Alw vs rukzsf 6 -La DIAL 4942 WINS "Ci "Highest Quality Lowest Possible Price" THE TEXAS BANK and TRUST CU of Sweetwater, Texas "Time Tested"---Since l9I7 Always Ready to Serve You "Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation" x s 4 iciiitvnonr PAWETE' Accsssonlss NE mm 1' M"4 awww -.1 iz: f If J B- FORESTER CHEVROLET COMPANY Dial 4844 Sweetwater, Texas "Best Wishes to the Senior Class" COWEN SHOE STORE 219 Oak Phone 4141 BOYKIN CLEANERS Country Club t e LAKE SWEETWATER 11 314 Oak Phone CDial 1161 29-P-4 Phone 2342 MODERN FURNITURE the furniture you want 1102 Lamar Phone 5454 Compliments of Nolan County Independent Schools REA C. DILL, Superintendent HOME DAIRY '---' Home Folks Milk - Ice Cream Ph ne 2132 108-10 Pec Service Welding and Machine Shop West Broadway Ph 2922 l 808 C Pnc.Km6 Co.j 173 IZINIRAI HHN! H4 f I UIALETI7 OTIB SWFUWATEQTEIAS Be?m'm'CCmWnght uEB's Foon MARKET Plano COIHPCIHY Staple and Fancy Groceries Market and Drug Sundries Kitchen Needs and Ice Cream 114 Locust PIANOS 701 W. Broadway Phone 912 Phone 3358 ORGANS D AIR Y M AID Supersized Hamburgers A qll' 2 l I et 5 2 L 4 'r X A - X Phone Xl' Kirkman's Flowers 404 East Third Tel. 2702 Hawkins Grocery West of High School 2931 555 E. 12th Sweetwater Reporter A Growing Newspaper Serving A Growing City Phone 4678 McCright's Wrecking Service 1424 W. Broadway Phone 2121 "Your Ford Dealer for 35 Years" Dabney Motor Co. Corner 3rd and Ash Streets Sweetwater, Texas Nance Pontiac Company 213 West Broadway P. O. Box 76 Telephone 4847 St. The Most Beautiful Thing on Wheels CONGRATULATIONS to the SENIOR CLASS of 1952 UNITED STATES GYPSUM COMPANY Drink IO POST OFFICE YEAR T0 WMM X X X ,- . X X X X X X X new 'c E sch r Nigga? rr 'E :""W iwgigg?ll'li" I r 51 , 'gif gil' Q' X X X I Q Q Q May fhe I952 Yucca Gloriosa recall many pleasanf memories as you scan lhese pages a year, a decade or a half-cenfury hence. I1 has been a grear year al' Newman High School-a year lo remember. For us af Newsfolo Publishing Company if has been a year fo remember, loo- a year which saw lhe complefion of our new, ulfra-modern publishing plant The privilege of serving as publisher of 'lhis yearbook is one of ihe worfhwhile rhings for us 'lo remember abou? l952. NEW FOT0 BLISHING C . 26I4 SHERWOOD WAY SAN ANGELO, TEXAS oo fo 1 f X X BEST WISHES '--1 - f: MAYS STUDIO Q m"""""'1 :' X ' A Cappella Choir Administration Advertising Autographs Band Senate Basketball Boys' Ensemble Buildings Choral Council Cooks Custodians Debaters Dedication Diversified Occupations Drum Major Faculty Favorites Football Foreword Future Farmers of America Future Homemakers of America General Metals Girls' Sports Club Yucca Gloriosa in Retrospect Iv .5 .A .35 1 " 'Mix X D 'L is K , , D ' E I XIV lim e" 1111 l." Ml'- " in iii! 1115 IF Mfg E , w f E 1 W ag bl? gm n 5 L Q 27 lx 1 86-87 Junior Class 14-16 Key Club 152-179 Library Assistants 43, 54-55 Ministers 94 Mustang Band 116-121 Newman Thespians 88 Office Assistants 8' 11 Pony Express 94 School Board 16 Senior Class 16 Sophomore Class 141 Student Council 6-7 Student Life 131 Sweethearts 91 Tennis 18-21 Track 64-69 Troubadears 104-115 Twirlers 5 Volleyball 98 Who's Who 99 Yell Leaders 1130 Yucca Coronation 127 Yucca Gloriosa Staff 180 34-41 85 95 17 92-93 96-97 95 82-83 17 26-33 44-54 22-23 132-149 77-79 122-125 128-129 89 91 126 70-76 9L 58-63 84 ." , 4. www ,.., , - J -L ,.. Q.. K. 1 , 1 . N .Un ' ! A ,rf 'z .,., A-5. -. I , H W' -f- ' 1 3- ,.r . , p . . ,' .., M .V ,gr F ka wg, -.P x YJ., L 'T' ' -K , .5 X ,, V. . X .,. rl L i K - A .. . v. ' 1 , , . , .1-.. F . E57 su .u ?W'gffZ'1:'f fp. - 4 . ff.:-.H W .. 4 n fiffl. -I. - W- 1,-. ., M., ,-V H ' . . 4 1 dw.: ' ,f NH. -..s , ,A I Q ,.. , . fm! G ' 13, ,, rf .5 Q A-vu. 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