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

 - Class of 1954

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A 92921- Q K?,f,...fg .., - Ki 2 , - wfsaw f .M -vw 'r .fwz'bfwms-w:w?QgQw if . ....,wa, ,M , Q ,K K., X 1 - I :-f. K, .ie M 4 442542165 ,K, ,- z '2g,gaWftf2:':'?21g,j4 .,f 5q fy wif ' fy? Miz " 1 21.42 1 .- 3, fr f f df w 'fl 'V 7: 39 V: ,Y ,f.1 r.'ff!weJ'--W A ' :.. s ff f ,M .fu 5455 -J 'v' F-J 2- a Hum g. 91221: .f 1 . f.:.? 2 ya THEY WORK, TOO phones wglfiai memes givin 52815561 Counting have fun amdfdq -i,'::,: , 1-: line the ., A -1:4 . -2:f--:' I Sometiiiieis' thEi:'id?iiiiiii':5?f16e"J dy A:':Z"':' fi' J' no J . , Q an . f 4. Y M 44- . f 5 X ' -1. . fluff' '--- : , -n., -,-, , '. Q, , ' 1-1 -G if-,-, , -- One of the most talked to persons around Newman High School is J. W. Halbert, assis- tant principal. For it is he with whom stu- dents confer for tardy and absence excuses, for class s ch e d ul e s and numerous other "favors. " Aside from his administrative duties, Mr. Halbert teaches chemistry and is one of the Senior Class sponsors. He has been "stomping" around on the Mustang campus a long time, too-eighteen years. Y Y---Y Y , 4, .,-,AY , J. W., HALBERT ROOM FOR ONE MORE--Some working, some playing, but all are office assistants helping Mrs. Worth Howe, secretary to the prin- cipal. LEFT TO RIGHT are Jeanne Zeigler, Jackie Byrd, Carolyn Templeton, Nancy Jean Clift, Mrs. Howe, Beth Connell, Sue Hud- gins, Peggy Davison, Anne Morrison and Mickey Fry. 12 1V?'5o QD 5. li , jg , 1 Y Q Z Qs EE THEY AID STUDENTS, TEACHERS NOT "SI-IORTHANDEDH HERE- In the largest secretarial training class in the history of the school are 28 future sec- retaries instructed by Mrs. Bette Truly. SEATED, LEFT TO RIGHT, ARE: LelaHeadstream, PatsyHolbrook, Ann Light- foot, Beverly Landers, Mary Ann Neatherlin, La June Hollis, Shirley Palmer, Cleoma Stephens, Sandra Hale, Elida Azios, Beulah Walton, Carole Allen, Mrs, Truly, Emogene Walton and Kay Alston. STANDING ARE: Nilda Reyes, La Nell Ter- ry, Bessie Thompson, Thelma Neeper, Bobbie Jo Carrier, Jerelene Schlueter, Betty Crenshaw, Reba Taylor, Barbara Buck, Donna Aldridge, Nelda Dunn, Christine Davis and X, x M 1 5 4, S3 K A Qfvulu f lu W x kg I V X X ,VIL Shirley Dooley. 4 5 f f' W XM! VLXV L if NOW CHECK THIS-Library assist- ants to Miss Marian Walker, LEFT TO RIGHT are: Ginger Green, Julia Kraft, Miss Walker, Gloria Kemp, Carol Clegg, Peggy Wolf, Marilyn Moss, Sue Purrington, Jane Galloway, Ann White, Thomas Lindley, Jane Ann Pinnell, Betty Sue Farr, Joyce French, Bobbie Carrier and Martha Bruce. THEY KNGW WHATS CCDGKING GETTING READY FOR THE RUSH--Mrs. Rena Arnold, head cook, and Mrs. J. E. Killen, "stir things up" for Newmanites' appetites. 'HH lil ! A gre? N1 N , f, be 'S f f , H Kllpmmmk ,VA ' 56 ,N is Eff R 1 ff If 1 T Y' X A X XQ U' 4 ,. ,. ,r,,, KEEPERS OF THE CAMPUS--Maintenance men and custodians who handle the many cleaning, repair and other duties around Newman High School are, LEFT TO RIGHT: E. L. Ross, A. E. Fields, E, Sepado and J. M. Flickenger. THESE GET ABCDUND ALL ABOARD--Sweetwater teachers and others who drive buses to bring students to Newman High School are, LEFT TO RIGHT: Doyn Walker, E. B. Posey, Bennie Ruth- erford, Howard McLaugn1in, Marion Crump, Raymond Hefner, Mrs, Edna Boyd and Mrs, Hayden Puckett. Q 5 2 4 NEWMANIT E NEWCOMERS---Teachers inthe Sweetwater system for the first time and those trans- ferred from Reagan Junior High School are, LEFT TO RIGHT: QSEATEDJ Mrs. Garland Vinson, Mrs. J. Frank Davis, Miss Marian Walker, Ray Rushing, Raymond Hefner and Billy Savage. STANDING are J. B. Gibbs, E.B. Posey, Mrs. Bette Truly and Worth Howe. 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Lawrence prepare an absence permit to class for Joyce Armstrong, sophomore. JQW. HALBERT RAYMOND HEFNER Ass't. Principal W00dW01'k Chemistry Mechanical Drawing THIS LOOKS INTERESTING---Coach Ray Newton peruses the daily paper to check on the latest grid happenings and other news of the day. J. B. GIBBS Ass't. Coach Biology WORTH HOWE Vocational Agriculture MISS MARIE HILL Choral Music BACK HOME--Ex Newmanites B.E. lBudj A11- dredge and Mrs. Ed Mays III visit withJ.W. Halbert, assistant principal, duringhomecoming festivities . MRS. WORTH HOWE Secretary to Principal CLYDE T. JETTON Counselor MRS. RICHARD MCAFEE English Spanish ' vz I lgij -.mm f.- we-,f --3.1--'f L'!5J.w.1-' me .HL-N -,nf-,A fPrf1x'4g4'4'1,' 'i-.:.' fr. If .. .1 ... .. .. .I-.4-c1'-:T-s--'.wp.-:-.-:,-A , V. .-,f...,0 -'uf-,':':f..'jg'-X53-'y-w,-y-fx.-.,v1-1. J -.1-, g,g,S2y:?T?.,gs ,ftf:fg1Qg1gqf3j:gp5w:?5:5?gf .f,.q.-Q 51.539 'ff-i11p5.1gcfaf . ' . 1' ' .-sf: ' v,.:.1' '. ' " - ' . 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Ray Shannon, left, and Mrs. lichard McAfee discuss "English ltrategy, "perhaps, before the begin- iing of another period. CARL RIHERD General Science J. G. OVERTON PAT PATTERSON BB- POSEY Mathematics Band MatheI'f1atiCS BENNIE RUTHERFORD MRS. FLORENCE mv. -f,.N.,...-,.,l .,.l:. ,klx gulf. ,., . A ,I ,, . .. W 'H - .'1--- '-'-Y1"- -" -f:',x za. :-. Hi'-J ':'-. -'T...'1...-..n,-'-1-.-:','f?,,.,w f- if-.,-,J -. 1-.nf-1'-, " .. M. 4. N- -,-. v,-.fix-. ,. -,.:,,.--- ,. -U 'fu , 1 . , w- r- A.-.-'---.,:'1:-.:.-- ., - 1- ,J-.'-,, .-Q ,ri V ,-, -,'.A,"'-44,--i.-.,-4 .- ,., 1.5.4 .QM g H -gb ' 5.-in ij.. I-W.t,,.:., -.v,,.l.,,1-4,-.q,1,3,1T,:,F-f..:4. - - I, Q J,.-X-,p ' r -, A., gv:,t,'g 5, I. '- ,-i '72, f' fre A -P ' I :.1C,.E?i,1i,:. fi, Q, 1,531 I ::g.-f'-,'- X lvl ' Z 'X .'::.:-:cj-. -S ,. ', -- A' M- -. , - , ,. , W, , v A - .' -',-1-,,,,,,-5, f-,-.,,q . .'.. . ,iv-,I-I., A l J x WEL-L-L, LET'S SEE--Coach J.D. Smith, teacher of General Science, gives Mavadene Kouri, freshmen, some scientific data. Basketball Coach SPARKMAN History Girls' P. E. Drivers' Education History BILLY SAVAGE Ass't. Coach J. D. SMITH ' Mathematics ASS't. Coach Junior Business P. E. General Science MRS. RAY SHANNON English Miss LAURA SH ERIDAN G Spee ch English ,5 5515 f - . ww' vs. - - i W"-. .1'..,,-L., , ' - - 'H I' ' , .M -, 1 MM, . .,..I..- 4 'f,.q ,,- Rff,g,,-4 , x . , . - ,. U .. .--1..,' ,dz-:H .--', .gvun-',. lj, A .f , ,'..,y,,l+..i ,'f.,-V'.',5,'.f . ' V. ...fqvxvwf - ' ,-,..- ,V ,rw V- ,L :-'.,g-.u3- -V-,,,,,l4H . ,, -A , M .. ,V i , ,,-A . MLQN E K. k if , ,,1. . w,..,. L,-. V ' ,X '. 5'-T-h"-'-QC,-y.':j--.' ,: . fvlfn I if'.3'. f'.'.I-,:!'1.511f. ':'N -vii' ' j,4M,,.'.-gr fu. A FUNNY STORY ------ ' Coach Pat Gerald is the ' "goat" for a joke when he speaks at one of the weekly pep rallies. AT THE CLOSE OFA - DAY--Hoyt Byrd, Di- ' versified Occupations M17----B teacher, makes an exit fi from the old Building. MISS GEORGE STILES MRS. E. J. YATES Mathematics English n MRS. CAFFEY WELCH MRS. B1-:TTI-3 TRULY Secretary to Commercial Superintendent MRS. GARLAND VINSON MISS MARIAN WALKER Librarian Sponsor CLYDE JETT Vice President Reporter RA HALE CLEOMA STEPHENS NANCY FORGERSON NEWMANHIGE-I'S STUDENT COUNCIL had c of 1tS busiest years during 1953-54. Sponsorinl book drive, which added approximately Z,C books to the school library, 2 the second a nn u al homecom: were big tasks. The c o u n c il had numerc other projects, in a d d i t i o n making several trips to learn rn ideas at Student Council conve tions. The c o u n c il represents st udent body and is instrumer in promoting school s p i r its citizenship. Officers of the s dents, and each homeroom ele itsown repre sentative to council which meets each Tues during third period. 5 U f gf ' S , 8 ,.. 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M Gateway To Partic Thespians Number Sense Slide Rule Pony Express Diversified Cccupations Home Room Winners Future Teachers Choral Council Yucca Staff Cheerleaders Twirlers A Cappella Boys' Ensemble Troubadears Camera Club Spanish Club Mustang Band FHA FFA General Metals Girls' Sports Club Interscholastic League at1on Q A i Q W All Newman Thes- pians, to right CSEATEDQ, are Julia Kraft, Gayle Meyer, Doro- thy Patton, Pati Couch, Sara Wil- Zson, Jimmie Jay, Ann Loeb, and LarryMcCar1ey. STANDINGare Judy D enni s, LuJune Purvisg Lalune Hollis, Barbara Buck, Sue Purrington, C ar r 011 Johnson, Dan Purrington, Robert Hudspeth, Mrs. Ray Shannon, spon- sor, and Merlene Hale. IE i 3 t m F Q 5 2 I 4 V Ii E EQ Lf w 1 4 E 2, f fx m I A ,f - 1 f--f 1' . f 5- my U W Q - , ,. -,.,,. W-,,ew', '-vfnmQ.-:ffQ.x,,.Qff l11 1 IUGUSTTIGI F' rogro 'toi Winne ammix. iitli wx TTI YS , ., um: wizmvnt wt' Etlfili? :arm Xi wil Suu g1it.1s.zf- HE .ww '-'rum 'J 1 ,fu f! 1 zvizwifik w.,x 7 2 ' gvf-ru-2 ax' 'NV ... 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Friday, Apru S, 1954 District IL Literar y Events Beginp SHS Enters Nine Contest Fields Law 3 1,4 W in-,tant H ,KA B:'m'seiEef,f I-1 ' -A.-i J fx wit- . ,fin asf.-1. .cn -ze '.::x'1'v111":f':ifi Iwiiziav hr-Xi' K' 2 w.'f's:i'- iivf ff xx Ng' ,.. gm --ws ' fem' Vx. rits mf .111 .lim Y i ,. .1.,z.., . , wie 1--------'H-"-' VN: gsiis W ..in,- , li. ,M s,,,,,, v Paz: Lwrx, '--'v-wr. YS-MN .,. , it: znwf .-ii.: X L2 i1.m.1xw, sg. .: g . , t. 1 . 1. .v K 1, M., x..'!.l,M :wif f.-mmm tr. :iw mmf min' Q gpm. By , , . f. -,.-...'s-.V 1, . ua.-H: .. .1 fm, 'w.fm.4 :w , I A A , Ann Lightfoot vin RH 8,0 VZ I MAJ' :V-tv iifusiitffi 4,,ez1I1LI,rvi.3L1f-13 ,K V JV 77.3.31 5, an ,my mari at swf:-.K um. s'-nrgz: X' ' X' , ,. 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XIUVL' wwf 11 I X1 ml.-1:1 f 1, ,. . ww- fi-111 141111111 A: Me vc .11 sw,-1-1--x. 1-11-1 s,-.fn , . -at V .nag 1...11. 11111 111- sz 11-swf: 1: 11111-. 11.- ww wrwwmj wall: 1 KH ,vsmzss s'rArr hr- Hn 1.f1f1.qvf f.1,Q1Q1:1 1-11 Xumiw :1111men1 1:--Un xx. ww stu-iin-ms :1m1:1ff.f1 iw:-f.1111-.Hwx mmimljj 1'111111f-1,11m1. 1-im xmw -M151 didn't STUDENTS WORK, ATTEND CLASSES D O ROUNDUP--In arare moment when all Diversified Occupation Students get together, are LEFT TO RIGHT llineelingl, Delmer Proctor, Joe Bob Kent, Bill Kirkpatrick, James Lindley, Bobby Reed, Richard Phillips and Aubrey Harding. STANDING are fFront Rowl Charlene Callaway, La May Greer, Ce- leste Lindsey, Margaret Turner and T Ted Smith. BACK ROW are Hoyt Byrd, sponsor, Douglas Williams, Royce Hol- dridge, Lee Roy DeBusk, Kenneth Mc- Dougle, Gary Grant, Willard Mann, Charle s Taylor and Jackie Rowan. Jerry Ballew, Jean Williams, Cleoma Stephens, Students who whil e at the same time a 1, are en- class- students bus ine s s rolled in i learn some what KENNETH LEWIS, QLeftl e rn pl 0 y e e at Watson- isetlrade Focht Printing Company, gets the machines rol- is. ling. BILL KIRKPATRICK, D,O. student employed at McBride Cleaners, inspects clothing before de- , that livery. al- BOTH WERE 100 PER CENT D Journalism I-II class, The journalists, who bought and gathered 272 books during the student- sponsored book drive, became the winning homeroom with an average of 17 books a student. They were co-winners in the 100 per cent Yuc ca purchasing contest., LEFT TO RIGHT QSeatedl are Ann Loeb, Suzanne Sears, Carol Sealy and John Edd Killen. STANDING are LaVerne Brown O Sara Wilson, Edwin Peeples, Lee Roy Grirnsley, Larry Ware, Ben Brock and Margaret Herron Ab t h ' sen w en the picture was taken were Wanda Berkley, Carolyn Sue Jones and Robert Williams. OUBLE WINNERS--Copping first place in one c onte s t and tying for firstin another was the CO-CHAMPS-- One of the two homerooms which was 100 per cent in the purchase of school annuals are E Miss Laura Sheri- Q dan's senior English class. SEATED, left to right, are Jimmy Watts, Blake Baugh, Nancy Forgerson, Jean Lawrence, Nan- cy Clift, Glenna Goet- tsche, Jenelle Goett- sche, J acki e Byrd, and Joyce Fr ench. LL.. J . STANDING are Jack- ie Lawrence, Ken , , s, avi Fomby, Lee Roy De- sk, John C. Morris, Jerry Shackelford, Kenneth Lewis, Larry Jones, Harold Green Richard 1 rnstrong, John Perry, Willie Burrow, Jackie Rowan, Donald Kennon and Miss Sheridan. ung, Freddie Armstrong, Coy Berry Dickie Amos Donald Monk D 'd -- W 4 an ii ,"fwf":s'l'H ' :I . , - Y . 4 1 x is iw .wk i 1. M . , ws wi YW, W x ,. wi N, fm ,- 4 Q fe, iff? 25 ma 96 5:-' - myfzw. 7 Q ii sw ,, , 2 ,M . ,,', ., ...VQi,,UA WM , Ken Ymmg, Gloria Jackie McCright, Cleoma and Maurice Scott. in 54 my A MAKE MY LIFE ww M5 U X5 M1 L Q L T fx E ,M I M Q., A. sz? CSS' "Sr- ff? 3 5 aqfwz-www .mfgpM-mzffwfef: N ww wwfw-mm'wq1,wXfQm1.M,-,up. , 1.,0w-immwmxwgmw I Wxwwfx ,- 4 , 5 Li? x wif - 4 i 5 Lv 4 Q . CHGIR WINS RATING CNE Newman High Schooi's A Cappella Choir, always one of the school's most outstanding organizations, again had a successful year. The choir had two d i r e c t o r s during the school year. After the resignation of Miss Marie Hill at the end of the first semester, Roland Whatley came to the Mustang school to direct the choir. At the Interscholastic League c o n t e s t at Brownwood, the choir received aRating I in concert singing and several of its soloists came home with top honors. MUSIC SAY AH--A Cappella Choir members, under the direction of Miss Marie I-Iill, are, ffront row, left to right: Shirley Feagan, Reba Tay- lor, Glenna Goettsche, Lalah Trowbridge, Judy Dennis, Franzas Montgomery, Martha Rogers, Bettye Pullig, Jane Pinnell, Frankie Gibson, Mary Lue Charles, Julia Kraft and Jane Loeb. Secondrow: Kay Wells, Marilyn Patterson, Virginia Reeves, Pat Tansil, Ann Lightfoot, Gloria Azios, Suzanne Sears, Mary Odom. PRESIDENT SINGS--As Merlene Hale, choir president, prepares to "solo, " Nancy For- gerson, accompanist, gets ready to make music too. 1 - A ., , , , In -- K L' ,V -' W , , . A A ,, , - 1 -- .. ,1 V, A , "-- I - 1 ,H " , -, F, F 1.' 1: f f i f,W, J 1,24 if 5 W 2 .. . ff 1 W f , 1 ' 5 A -ag? S 5: f Y- . W- is . 7' X fy? Q - L ' g ' Q QW5? 5 V 'X Q X if mf In 4 iii A , Q 1 Q Q 6.. , . ? 2 , . in , f" H ' W v I A ,. :fr , - . f 'f', q ,At 6.2 Q ,V-,. wk A W . , wa s Q J K 'M 1-,, Hs, 1, v,.,. V V V .-N . V W , 2, :.- - A 'Q , ' . C A , L F. , 5 ' -:, ' I wa X1 f i 'U AL:" I 1- I " J I I 2 W A , 3 Q V "'. 3 , 3 ga - S ,af 3 ' -f . M y Q as SA In ' 'J L5 1 5:05 Q 2 YH E! ws. lawn' 3 Om 5952 NOTED' ENSEMBLEE MAKE MUSIC V, ff' -r"' ...M SHUTTER BUGS -- Ready to snap Charlotte: fBootsie Coo k's j L -wi Q2 " ,Y M4 If E523 gg me if ' we '35 as-vi ., 1 25 ? iff ' ii 3 , i' Y . 2 f ' ' A Y ,,-.. 'fi 52 5 7 W- N ' 45 5 gf" 2117 2 "-' ,W ig 5' , i :' X, 'YH it mam 'W iw' 73' Xiqf, ib, ,mmh A A ff, we + M' 4 lk-wnmmm., ,, Q L,,m3 SWEETWATER MUSTANG BAND --- M e mb e r s of the red and rvhite clad S H S band are, LEFT TO RIGHT CFRONT ROWQ, Charles South, Anita Davis, Shirley Whitworth, Wanda Kirkpat- rick, Elinor Sealy, Gayle Guelker, Marcia Neeper, Martha Bar- :on and Sarah Elliot. SECOND ROW: John Paul Cain, G aylon lee, PatsyWheeler, Nancy Finley, Ann Gray, Willie Dunn, Larry fones, Jerry McGlothing, Alseon Miller, Sue Lewis, Peggy Young, Linda Best, Lorenzo Gutierrez, Wayne Nichols, Wanda Burklow, R obin Cox, Valentine F o r e s te r and Patsy Jeffrey. FHIRD ROW: Carolyn Peters, Sandra Hale, Cleoma Stephens, Zarolyn Pittman, Barbara Buck, Carolyn Baggett, Ross Doyle Davis, Carroll Johnson, June Cain, Tommy Bridges, Jan Guy, Cent Comolli, Larry McCarley, Glenn Wortham, Billy Kelly, .iauretta Bunn, Mike Turner, Herman Phillips, Patsy Holbrook, Voy Pace, Mic k e y Fry, Carol Sealy and M a r g a re t Herron. FOURTH ROW: Mary Ellen Belew, Beverly Pruitt, Kathryn Younger, Joyce Geron, Ferline Brown, Peggy Wolf, Willie Mae Vyrick, Edwin Etheredge, Lela Headstream, Wylie Wilson,,Frank larvell, Teddy Shelfer, HenryKing, Don Wafer, Robert Boykin, Vatson Moore, Gerald Stephenson, Mary Beth Absher, Alton Pem- roke, Linda Hubbard, Billy Jamison, Bill Kirkpatrick and Bob- y Richardson. BACK ROW: Director Pat Patterson, Billy Bar- ield, Gerald Pitts, Ranny Kirgen, Basil Foy, John Lee, Mike lerring, Bas com Waggoner, Harvey Henderson, Robert Williams , Ian Williams, Sandra Rhodes, Mavadene Kouri, Jackie Mc- Zright, Kay Alston, Don Whorton, W. B. Whisenant and Charles Foley. AT HER COMMAND---Sandra Hale, senior, was in charge of the Mustang Band as majorette and led the group at grid con- tests, parades and other activities. T' ff "J ' ,',11,, J.,, - A iw is ...... fl H WG Q 41 FHA HOME HOPE- FULS- --Members FOURTH ROW: P e g g y Hall, Ruth of the SHS Future McCutchen, Joan Homemakers Club are, Weems, Charlene Cal- LEFT TO RIGHT, QFront laway, Jane Pinnell, Ann Row, Mavadene Kouri, Shirley White and M y r ti c e Morris. Whitworth, Margaret Herron, -FIFTH ROW: Janice Green, Gayle Guelker, Melvelene Bullock, Bootsie Cook, Martha Rogers, Gerry Parker and Gloria Kemp. Nancy Clift, Mary Lee Shackelford, SECOND ROW: Mary Beth Abshe r, Sarah Byrd, Shelbia Dillashaw, Jo Sandra Rhodes, J un e Cain, Lela Head- Ann Hope and Gloria Alston. BACK ROW: stream, Judy Dennis, Del Sula Davis, and Rosemary Morris, Sue Lewis, Wanda Hop- Beth Conn ell. THIRD ROW: Jeanette Winn ' kins Betty Sue Kidd, C ecil Dunlap, Ginger Jeanne Zeigler' Peggy Nichols, Betty Farvr, Davilson, Beverly Pruitt and Miss Louise Wanda Berkley, Alseon Miller and Jill Marchant. Boumger' 4, fooffff X I 'V f I3 j -101- 5 I X , Y orflf' ' W W' fr, j V v H 002 ff. , of A F3 I ,-1 n 1 ' o 0 fa' One of the most active groups on the Mus- -f""g tang campus is the Future Homemakers of ' America Club. -....-f-' Under the sponsorship of Miss Louise Bol- V, Q f-Pr" " linger andMrs. J. Frank Davis, the girls under- ' I ....- gf' -4'-- take several noteworthy projects such as packing 0 A Christmas boxes for the needy. They are "up" 5 42 on all theflatest homernaking trends, .too. Behind The Plow N Under the sponsorship of Worth Howe, members of the Sweet- water Future Farmers of America Club again made their club one S'5v"n'Z."'.n'L: ...xg of the most active on the campus. W, 4 5 l ' ff-- - ' - Aside from actual farming and ranching interests, the boys participated in numerous contests and entered their stock in many of the shows in this area.. SOIL TILLERS ----- F. F. A. ers, LEFT TO RIGHT fFront Rowj, are sponsor Worth Howe, Joe Kowns- lar, Larry Panzer, Toby Thomas, Gary Carson, Mauric e Scott and Jimmy Neeper. SECOND ROW: Don Gardner, Bobby Clark, E ug ene Forbes, Guy Jones, F1 o yd Fox and Coavert Hale. THIRD ROW: Jerry Fry, Frank H e r ring ton, Billy Odom, Charles Butts, Barney Odom, Daryl Johnson and Roland Cardwell. FOURTH ROW: Edwin Peeples, Garrett Rog e r s, Raymond Lambert and Wesley Scott BACK ROW: Bobby Weems, Lee Holleway, Refugio Palafox, John Kearney, J.D. Sims, Terry Gard- ner and Rex Bradford. 1 in 3 all 6 Ewfwf H51-41.S a rm r LE! FUTURE SPECIALISTS The General Metals portion of the Vocational In- dustrial Club is sponsored by Ray Rushing, instructor. Known as Chapter II, the boys had numerous projects and activities and were among top contestants at area and state V, I. C. Contests. I LOOKING IT OVER -- Ins p e c ting one ofthe many machines in the General etals department are, LEFT TO RIGHT, Charles Bailey, Olen Watson, ald Pullig, G. C. Bromley, Ray Rushing and Donald Phelps. 'SPOHTY' GIRLS Organized several years ago for the principal 43 purpose of promoting girls' athletics on the New- ,wx man campus was the Girls' Sports Club. l'2i:Z'VxlQ,,' N 'rhavs what it did this year -- an d its mem- wfj J, bership was a. record high, with almost all girls enrolledin P. E. classes beingamember. Spon- sor was Mrs. Phil Sparkman. fy' f ff? 'ff -All 'P KLUH '.l' , are QSEATEDI- Wanda Hopkins, Nettie Walker and Joy LandersTKlT'lRET ROW: Lou Ella Miller, Mary Odom Jane Gallow D 1 S l W , ay, e u a Davis, Marcelle Taylor, Mur- lene Cox, Patsy Stockton, Clara Jo Shilling and Alseon Miller. SECOND ROW: Ruth McCutchen, Peggy Nichols and Billie Ruth SoRel1e. THIRD ROW: Peggy Guilker, Joyce Lewis, Barbara Hale, Joy Smith, Dothory Sanders, LaNell Terry, Charlotte Cook Ann ' 9 Morrison, Jerelene Schlueter, Thelma Neeper and Nilda Re es. LAST ROW' y . Gracie Peeples, Betty Andrews, Beverly Landers, Bessie Thompson, Christine Davis Beaulah I Walton, Katie Dunlap, Jeanette Priest and Elida Azios. QA i 'l t az 155 fl- X ,6 , if y fzf Ziff' X , . . . WON FOR SHS THIRD MAN THEME ----- Bobby Richardson wasNewma.n High School.'s number three slide rule member. Had he not misunder- stood the judge's instructions he would have fin i s h e d second or third in the dis tr i c t contest at Abilene . CHARLES SOUTH PATI COUCH 4 . . readywriting . . . number sense 5 E ,I X1 5 Dan Purrlngton, Billy Kelly . . . slide rule T AUSTIN MAY 6-8 weelwaier To Finals in WEETWATER, April 28 -- Stu- lts and teachers from Sweet- ter High School will go to Aus- May 6-8 for finals in four In- scholastic League literary fnts. 'an Purrington and Billy Kel- will be the state finalists in e rule contests. Dan, a senior, 1 first place in both district regional meets. Billy, a jun- won second in both earlier tests. ati Couch, a senior, is Sweet- er's entry in number sense. won third at district and se- i at region - after tying for z and losing a tie-breaker. iarles South, a junior, will re- sent the school in ready writ- finals. He won second place he district and first in the re- in Lightfoot. who won first 5 n Lee, Ann Lightfoot Y' . . . journalism L 1 Sends Eniries 4 Il Coniesis place in regional contests, will be the journalism contestant. She won first in news writing and copy-reading and third in editor- ial writing for a total of 245 points in the regional competition. Another Sweetwater High jour- nalism student, John Lee, will go to the Austin contests not as an entry but to appear on the pro- gram for journalists. He will be representing the staff of the Pony Express, school newspaper, at the 27th annual convention of the In- terscholastic League Press Asso- ciation. John placed third in the regional meet at Stephenville, thus missing a chance to be one of the two from the region to vie at Austin. Sweetwater was winner at the Stephenville journalism met with 422 points. San Angelo ranked se- cond with 256 points and Arlington Heights, Fort Worth, third with 174 points. Sponsors of the contests who will go to Austin are Hoyt Byrd, slide ruleg J. G. Overton, number senseg Mrs. E. J. Yates, ready writing: and Ben Brock, journa- lism. i ANOTHER WINNER ---- E.M. Lawrence,Jr. was another Interscholastic League winner for New- man High School. He was second place winner at junio r declamation at Abilene. , J Q' Y llllf H . .. . . . . BEST LEAGUERS Gateway to Persona - Seniors - Iuniors - Sophomores - Freshmen ities Ties. 5' ' T' " me ff Li ' . M ,kk K 1 51 g Qi K ' 1 , . .Eg 445212223 ' L . " ,nf W ,X " , mf Q fx, w 9 ,A . WH Q42 fi. REMEMBER . SOPHOMORE YEAR--- Class Officers - Freddie Armstrong, pres- identg Angel Olvera, vice-presidentg Kay Alston, secretary-treasurerg Carolyn Peters, reporter. Ann Lightfoot and John Paul Cain, sophomore cheerleaders. Angel Olvera - first string half- back. Maj o r ette s - Sandra Hale and Cleoma Stephens. F avo r ite s - Angel Olvera and Kay Alston. Ann Lightfoot - New Year Girl. JUNIOR YEAR--- Class Officers - Coy Berry, presidentg Blake Baugh, vice-presidentg Sandra Hale, secretaryg Dan Purrington, reporter. Ann Lightfootand John Paul Cain, junior cheer- leaders. Maj orette s - Sandra Hale and Cleorria Stephens. Favorite s - Freddie A rm strong and Mickey Fry. Ann Light- foot - A Cappella Queen. os Y-29066: NX Y D Pr HAY' Y-XC 'iw f ML.. rv, '..:.. 1 ,.f x- 1 - , ,-.., , 1 v- - ' ..:,,..., .x flik 25- Ml -rj? 'S Q' 1 f 1 mg- ,Q RA ,sk .gem 1 s uf' S213 ,uw . . 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S i ze 'UP ' 11 fi51i?52i-?7e5QS2E1i?P?:?iE34f??ff?gi'baf1fi.: 31:11. - ' V' ' MW, , ,li 3 33 MEM' SWR V397 WHAT SENIOR SUES AN15 ALDRIDGE, DONNA - Mixed Chorus '51-'54g F.H.A, '51-'54. ALLEN, CAROLE - Band '51-'52g A Cappella Choir '51-'54g Troubadears '52-'54g F. H. A, '52-'54g President of Troubadears '53-'543 Reporter-Historian of A Cap- pella Choir '53l'54g A Cappella Queen '53-'54g Choral Council '53-'54g Busi- ness Manager of Yucca Gloriosa '53-'54g Branding Iron '543 Who's Who '54g Song Leader F.H,A. '54, ALSTON, KAY - Band '51-'543 Tennis '51-'54g Sophomore Favorite '51-'52g Who's Who '51-'53g Secretary-Treasurer of Sophomore Class '51-'5Zg Student Council '52-'53g Band Sweetheart '53-'54g Cheerleader '53-'54g Branding Iron '53, AMOS, RICHARD - Football '51-'533 Basketball '53-'54g Track '52-'53: King of Hearts Prince '54g Senior Class Reporter '53-'543 Branding Iron '54, ARMSTRONG, FREDDIE - Sophomore President '51-'52g Football '51-'54g Track '51-'54g Junior Favorite '52-'53g Rotarian of Month '53g Branding Iron '53, ARMSTRONG, RICHARD - V, I, C, '53-'54, AZIOS, ELIDA - F,H. A. '51-'523MixedChorus '51-'52gGirls' Sports Club '52-'54g Volleyball '52-'54, BARFIELD, BILLY - Band '51-'E-45 Band Senate '52-'53g Band Vice-President '53-'54g Basketball '52-'535 Stage Band '53-'54, BAUGH, BLAKE - Junior Vice-President '52-'53g Who's Who '52- '53g Wagonwheel Production Manager '52-'53g President of F, T, A. '54g Brand- ing Iron '53, BERRY, COY - Football '51-'54g Track '51-'53g King of Hearts Duke '5Zp President ofJunior Class '52-'53g Basketball '52-'54, BIRD, SARAH - F, H, A. '51-'54gMixed Chorus '51-'54g A Cappella Choir '53-'54, BUCK,BAR- BARA - Band '51-'54g F.H.A. '51-'54g Thespians '52-'54gPony Express Staff '52-'54g Circulation Manager of Pony Express '53-'54g Branding Iron '54, SAMS DID . . . BURROW, WILLIE - V. I. C. '53-'54. BYRD, JACQUELINE - Volleyball '51- '523AGirls' Sports Club '51-'52g F.H.A. '51-'54g Office As sistant '52-'54. CAINX, JOHN PAUL - Basketball '51-'54g Tennis '51-'543 Cheerleader '51-'54g Key Club '51-'52g Junior Rotarian '51g Band '51 -'52, '53 -'54gThespiaiis '51-'54g Golf '54g Branding Iron '54. CAIN, MARTHA JUNE - Band '51-'54g F. H. A, '53-'54g Camera Club '53-'54. CARRIER, BOBBIE JO - Mixed Chorus '51-'53g Number Sense '51-'523 F.H.A. '52-'54g Student Librarian '52-'543 Secretary of T, A, L, A, '52-'53, CARTWRIGHT, CLINNON - A Cappella Choir '51-'54g F, F,A, '51-'54g Boys' Ensemble '51-'54g Basketball '52-'53g Key Club-'51- '52g Branding Iron '54. CLEGG., CAROL - F.H.A. '51-'54g A Cappella -'51- '52g Sports Club '53-'54g T. A. L.A. '53-'54g Parliamentarian T.A.L. A. '53- '54gMixedChorus '51-'53, CLIFT, NANCY - Thespians '51-'52g F. H. A. '51- '54g Office Assistant '52-'543 F. H. A. Vice-President '53-'54. COUCH, PATI Number Sense '51-'545 Debate '51-'54g I. L. P. C. Delegate '51-'53g Pony Ex- press Staff '52-'54g Advertising Manage r of Pony Express '53-'54g D.A. R. AmericanHistory Award '52-'53g Thespians '52-'54g THSPA Delegate '53-'54p Branding Iron '53, CUNNINGHAM, VALLIE JOY - Librarian '52-'53g Mixed Chorus '52-'54g F.H. A. '53-'54g F.H.A. Class Parliarnentarian'53-'54. DE- BUSK, LEE ROY - Tennis '51-'52g D. O, '52-'54g D, O, President '53-'54. DOOLEY, RANDIA - F.H.A. '51-'53g Volleyball '51-'52g Library Assistant '51-'5Z. DOOLEY, SHIRLEY - Library Assistant '52-'54g Mixed Chorus '51- '53g Girls' Chorus '53-'54g T, A. L,A. Delegate '53gVice-President ofLibrar- ian Club '53-'54gF. H. A. '51-'53. DUNLAP, KATIE - Girls' Sports Club '51- WHAT SENIOR SUES '54g F. H. A. '52-'53gVolleyball '52-'54, DUNN, NELDA - Volleyball '51-'52, '53-'54g Girls' Sports Club '51-'52, '53-'54g F. H. A. '52-'53. EVANS, BAR- BARA - F,H. A, '51-'53g Girls' Sports Club '51-'54g Tennis 'Sl-'54, FLINT, SHIRLEY ANN - Band '51-'54gF.H, A. '51-'54, FOMBY, DAVID - ACappella Choir '51-'54g Boys' Ensemble '52-'54g Secretary of Boys Ensemble '53-'543 Newman Thespians '51, '53-'54. FORGERSON, NANCY - Pony Express Re- N porter '51-'54g Co-Business Manager '52-'53g A Cappella '51-'54g Treasurer of A Cappella '53-'54g A Cappella Accornpanist '51-'54, Troubadears '52-'543 Troubadears Reporter '52-'53g F.H. A. '51-'54g F.H. A. Pianist '53-'54g All Region Chorus '53-'54g Office Assistant '51-'52g Interscholastic League Solo '52-'53g Student Council '52-'54g Council Reporter '53-'54g Yucca Gloriosa Editor '53-'54g Branding Iron '53-'54g Texas Pre s s Conference'53-'54, T. A. S. C. Delegate '54, FRENCH, JOYCE - Tennis '51-'525 Volleyball '52-'54, B. MP. W. Girl of the Month 'Sly Girls' Sports Club '51-'54g F. H. A. '51-'53: President of T. A.L.A. Club '53-'543 Library Ass istant '52-'54, FRY, MICKEY - Band '51-'543 Pony Express Staff '52-'545 Pony Express Business Manager '53-'54g Sophomore Duchess '51-'523 Office Assistant'51-'54g Junior Favorite '52-'53g Band Reporter '53-'54, GOETTSCHE, GLENNA - F. H.A. '51-'54g Thespians '51-'52, Mixed Chorus '51-'533 A Cappella Choir '53-'54. GOETTSCHE, JENELLE - A Cappella Choir '51-'54, F.H.A. '51-'54, Thespians '51-'52, GREEN, HAROLD - Football '51-'543 Basketball '52-'54g All District Basketball '52.g Track '52-'5-45 Who's Who '51-'5Zg Branding Iron '53. HALE, MERLENE - Tennis 'Sl-'52g ACappella Choir '51-'54gPresident AND SAMS DID . . . of A Cappella '53-'54g Troubadears '51-'5-4: President of Troubadears '52-'53g Pony Express Staff '52-'543 T, H. S. P, A. Delegate '52-'53g Exchange Editor of Pony Express '53-'54gNewman Thespians '51-'54gNational Thespians '52-'53g Stage Manager of Newman Thespians '53-'54: F. H. A. '52-'53g Branding Iron '53g All-State Chorus '53-'54, HALE, SANDRA-Band '51-'543 Majorette '51 -'5Zg AssistantDrum Major '5 Z-'53g Junior Class Secretary '52-'53g Student Council '52-'53g Junior Duchess '52-'53g Secretary of Student Council '53-'54g Junior Rotarian '533 Office Assistant '53-'54g Drum Majorette '53-'54g Branding Iron '53, HEADSTREAM, LELA - Band '51-'54g F.H.A. '52-'54. HERRON, MARGARET - Band '51-'54g F.H,A, 'Sl-'52, '53-'54g F.H.A. Class Officer '51-'52g Pony Express Staff '53-'54g Librarian '53-'54, HOLBROOK, PATSY - Band '51-'54, HOLLIS, LA JUNE - Band '51-'53g F.H,A. '51-'53g Thes- pians '51-'54g A Cappella Choir '53-'54g Girls' State '52-'53g Annual Staff '53- '54g Senior Editor for Annual '53-'54, HUDGINS, CHARLES - Football '51- '54g Track '51-'52g Basketball '51-'52g Pony Express Staff '52-'54g A Cappella Choir '52-'53, HUDSPETH, ROBERT - Thespians '51-'54p President of Thespians '53-'54: A Cappella Choir '51-'54g Debate '53-'54g Branding Iron '533 Wagonwheel '53-'54g Boys Ensemble '53-'54: Thespians Vice- President '52-'53: A Cappella Choir Business Manager '52-'53gA Cappella Choir Vice-President '53-'54g National Thespians '52-'54, JAY,JIMMIE - Football '51-'52g Track '51-'52g Boys' Ensemble '53-'549 Reporter Boys' En- semble '53-'545 Debate '51-'52, '53-'54g Thespians '51-'52, '53-'54g A Cap- pella Choir '53-'54g Branding Iron '53g Best Actor '53-'54, JOHNSON, CAR- WHAT SENIOR SUES AND ROLL - Debate '51-'54, Band '51-'545 Slide Rule '52-'54g Thespians '53-'54g Camera Club '53-'54, JONES, LARRY - Band '51-'54, Thespians '51-'5Z5 Track '51-'52, Basketball '52-'53, KENNON, DONALD - Tennis '51-'5Z5 A Cappella Choir '52-'54, Track '52-'54, Senior Editor of Wagonwheel '54. KENT, JOE BOB - F.F.A. '51-'533 Tennis '51-'53g D.O. Club '53-'54g V. I. C. '53-'54, Vice-President of Camera Club '53-'54, KING, HENRY - Band '51-'54, KIRKPATRICK, BILL - Band '51-'545V.I.C. '51-'5ZgThespians '51- '52, LANDERS, BEVERLY - Tennis '51-'52, Volleyball '51-'53g Secretary of Girls' Sports Club '52-'54g F.H,A. '52-'53, LANE, JODY ASHTON - Ten- nis '5l-'5Zg F.H,A. '51-'5Zg V. I.C. '53g Student Council '52-'53. LAW- RENCE, JACKIE - Football '51-'53g Basketball '51-'545 Track '51-'54g Band '51-'52, Rotarian of the Month '53, LEE, JOHN - Band '52-'54, Band Pres- ident '53-'54, Band Senate '51-'533 All-State Band '51-'54gA1l-Region Band '51-'54g Branding Iron '53-'543 Thespians '53-'54g Basketball '51-'53, Track '51-'54, Tennis '51-'5Zg Pony Express Staff '52-'54g Pony Express Co-Editor '53-'54g Pony Express Sports Editor '53-'54g Stage Band '53-'54g Junior Ro- tarian '53-'54g W. T. F, S. C. Delegate '5 4. LEONARD, JACK- Football '51-'52, '53-'54, Track'51-'52, '53-'54g Football Captain '53-'54, LEWIS, KENNETH - Band '51-'5Zg V. I. C. '52-'54g V. I. C. Treasurer '53-'54, LIGHTFOOT, ANN - Cheerleader '51-'54g Head Cheerleader '53-'54g A Cappella Choir '51-'543 Troubadears '5 1-'54g New Year Girl '5Zg Sophomore Duchess '51-'5Z5 D.A.R.. American History Award '5Zg ACappella Choir Queen '52-'535 Interscholastic League Typing '5ZgPony Express Staff '52-'54g Interscholastic League Journa- SAMS DID . . . sm '533 T.H.S.P.A. Delegate '52-'53g Who's Who '53g Band '51-'52.g Co- ditor of Pony Express '53-'54g Historian of Troubadears '53-'54, Branding 'on '54g All-Region Chorus '53g All-State Chorus '54g Choral Council '53- i4g Yucca Gloriosa Queen '54g Junior Rotarian '54g Interscholastic League iorthand '54. LOEB, ANN - A Cappella Choir '52-'54g Newman Thespians i2-'543 Sophomore Editor of Wagonwheel '52-'53g Branding Iron '545 Pony xpress Staff '53-'54g F.T..A. '53-'54g Secretary of F.T.A. '53-'54g B. Sz .W. Guest of the Month' '52-'53. MOORE, WATSON - Band '51-'54g Band :nate '51-'533 All-Region Band '51-'54, Branding Iron '54g Basketball '533 rack '54, Key Club '51-'52, NEAL, HELEN - F.H. A. '51-'52. NEATHER- IN, MARY - F.H.A. '51-'533 Girls' Sports Club '53-'54: Mixed Chorus '51- 35 Volleyball '53-'54. NEEPER, THELMA - Volleyball '52-'54, Volleyball 3-Captain '5Zg Volleyball Captain '53g Girls' Sports Club '52-'54, Girls' Sports lub Reporter '535 Girls' Sports Club President '54, Branding Iron '54g Pony -:press Staff '53-'54g Assistant Sports Editor for PonyExpress '53-'54g Inter- :holastic League Typing '5 35 All-District Volleyball Team '535 Student Council 3-'54, Senior Favorite '53-'54. NICKENS, JIMMIE - Tennis '51-'52g V. LC. :porter '52-'53, ODOM, MARY - A Cappella Choir '52-'54, Troubadears 3-'54g F.H.A. '51-'54g F.H.A. Class President '53-'54, F. H. A. Class reasurer '51-'5Zg Newman Thespians 'Sl-'5Zg Mixed Chorus '51-'52, OL- BRA, ANGEL -I Football '51-'543 Track '51-'525 Sophomore Class Vice- 'esident '52-"53g Sophomore Class Favorite '51-'52, PALMER, SHIRLEY Band '51-'533 Annual Staff '53-'54g F.H.A. '51-'5Zg Faculty Editor of An- nual Staff '53-'54g Newman Thespians '51-'53g A Cappella Choir '53-'54g Snap Shot Editor '54g Alternate for Bluebonnet Girls' State '53, PENNELL, CHAR- LIE - Tennis '53-'54g V.I.C. '52-'54, PERRY, JOHN - Football '51-'54g Track '51-'54, PETERS, CAROLYN - Band '51-'53g Tennis '51-'53g Sopho- more Class Reporter '51-'5Zg Sophomore Princess '51-'52, PURRINGTON, DAN - Key Club '51-'5Zg Sophomore Editor Wagonwheel '51-'525 Newman Thespians '52-'54g National Thespians '53-'54g Thespian Reporter '53-'54g A Cappella Choir '52-'54g A Cappella Vice -President '52-'53g A Cappella Business Manager '53-'54g Junior Class Reporter '52-'53g Boys' Ensemble '53-'54g Slide Rule '52-'545 Debate '52-'54g Pony Express Staff '52-'54g T.H. S,P.A. Delegate '53-'54g Camera Club '53-'54g Camera Club President '53- '54g Branding Iron '53, REYES, NELDA - Mixed Chorus '51-'5Zg F.H. A. '51-'54g Girls' Sports Club '52-'54g Volleyball '5Z- '54. SHACKELFORD, JERRY - Football '5lg Boys' State '53g Rotary Best Citizen '53g D.A.R. History Award '53g Senior Class President '53-'54g Student Council '53-'54g King of Hearts Junior Duke '53g Branding Iron '53, SHELFER, TEDDY - Band '51-'54, SHOEMAKER, PAT - Band '51-'54g F.H.A. '52-'54g Newman Thes- pians '51-'SZQ Pony Express Staff '53g Annual Staff '53, STEPHENS, CLEOMA - Student Council '51 -'5Zg Student Council Secretary'52-'53g Homecoming Queen '53g Band '51-'54g Band Senate '54g Secretary of Band '53-'54g Majorette '52-'54g Vice-Presidentof Student Council '53-'54, TERRY, LANELL - Tennis '52-'54g Girls' Sports Club '52-'54, THOMAS, TOBY - F.F.A. '52-'54g Greenhand Vice-President '5Zg F.F. A. Junior Rotarian '53g President of F.F.A. '54g Student Council '53-'54, THOMPSON, BESSIE - Volleyball '52-'54g Girls' Sports Club '52-'543 F. H.A. '53-'54g Girls' Sports Club Vice-President '52,- '53g Girls' Sports Club Treasurer '53-'54, TURNER, MARGARET - F.H.A. '53-'54g V. I. C. '53-'54, WALTON, EMOGENE - F.H. A. '51-'53g Band '51- '53g Tennis '51-'54g Pony Express Staff '52-'533 Annual Staff '53-'54g Interscho- lastic League Typing '51-'52g Girls' Sports Club '51-'54, WATTS, JIMMIE - D. O. '52-'54g V.I.C. '52-'54, WEBSTER, DEON - Tennis '51-'53gF.H.A. '51-'53g PonyExpress Staff '52-'54gAnnual Staff '51-'53g Advertising Manager of Yucca Gloriosa '52-'535 Office Assistant '51-'52g Advertising and Business Assistant of Pony Express '53-'54g Girls' Sports Club '51-'52, WHITE, IRIS - Mixed Chorus '52-'53g Girls' Sports Club '51-'52. WILLIAMS, JEAN LAW- RENCE - V.I.C. Club '53-'54g D.O. Club Sweetheart '53-'543 Secretary of V. I. C. Club '53-'54, YARBROUGH, HAZEL - Tennis '52-'54g A Cappella '52-'54: Treasurer of A Cappella '52-'53g Secretary of A Cappella '53-'54g Troubadears '52-'54g Secretary of Troubadears '53-'54g All-State Choir '52- '533 JuniorDuchess '52-'535Who's Who '52-'535SecretaryofSenior Class '53- '54g F.F,A. Sweetheart '53-'54g Senior Duchess '53-'54g Bluebonnet Girls' State '52-'53g Who's Who '53-'54. , L 5, ia EJ fm, , .wif Him L . i 1 QM ggjifi , jf, W A lg CNE LAST C HA L L E NC E--Leadlng the Junlor Class forward are, left to right, Clay Jack Reeves, vice-presideutgJol1n Edd Killen, p re s ide I1 tg Ruth Ann Jones, secretary-treasurerg and Connie Rudd, reporter. 3 np.-.4 eorge Arnold Jerry Ballew Wanda Berkley Sgi5l1?E3.fEijg?iii?-1 - 1igg?e::g.wmt,fly . L , , S1131 1 W. yS.5t,,,v,1Wff,l :JM M L W X: :Jg,9,,.rw:Szffs2-,T4 ,. . ....,,... - 1? ,ef ,. Charles Ba1ley ick Brown erline Brown a, Verne Brown Martha bruce Charlene Callaway Zelma Blair Kenneth Boydston Carrol Boley G. C. Bromley Robert Brothers Mary Lue Charles ary Carson John Chance Joann Clements Christine Davis Ross Doyle Davis Beth Connell Charlotte Louise Cook Murlene Cox Nancy Finley Martha English Donnie Fort Ralph Fowler Ginger Davison Carol Early Sarah Nell Ellis Coleta Elliot Gaylon Gee Gary Grant Le Carrol Gree e Roy Grimsle Peggy Ann Haf I t a ' HRW 5 - v 'fig 1 i 3 dw 1 gf, Ax? 5 44' I 5 ws " Q I4 at Q ,ig Q A ai, 1 t Q ez, sf 3' 9 X I i A 1 . I 5 ' I 5,2 ' uf 1 :ott Hamilton Yvonne Hammonds .th Ann Jones hn Kearney .elma Kearney Billy Kelly Gloria Kemp Roy Dean Hendley Annie Hill Alice Higgins Royce Holdridge r"" 'J Q Betty Sue Kidd John Edd Killen Carolyn Jones Wanda Hopkins Joe Kownslar James Lindly ig:f?EgL?i,3?'SiiM ' 1.55, 'ig fi - .xff Exif -iq :.. wg -ji eil iwww f ,,,, S., 3,5 .i,, Avi 'I K H Celeste Lindsey Pat Lollar Willard Mann S we U, , ' M H, gf HCT get ua- ff' V g -ni: ,V Q i f' r M- Q? 5 5 Q '92 it Gayle Meyer A Jerry McGlothing Bobby McNeal Sue McDonald , Alseon Miller Kenneth McDougle Xl Lou Ella Miller U1 I I Cy A Franzas Montgome Ruth Mccurhan ' O13 M00 Edna Ruth McDonald 4' Marilyn Mo Laurae Neal xv 8, I. 'Ag c Betty Odom Joy Pace A, J, QSonnyj Ohlenbusch Larry Panzer Peggy Nichols Marilyn Patterson Edwin Peel s RUTH ANN JONES ' 18 UPPERCLASSMEN WWW .W W JOHN EDD KILLEN EDWIN PEEPLES SCHOOL STUDENTS Seniors ,o-'I HAZEL YARBROUGH KEN YOUNG CLEOMA STEPHENS NEWMAN HIGH Kp ANN LIGHTFOOT THELMA NEEPER 4 t - JERRY SI-IACKELFORD NAMED BY SGIIIOIS 1 BLAKE BAUGH XV, HAROLD GREEN JIMMIE JAY 5, A WHO'S WHO 32 ff' FREDDIE A OLE ALLEN seniors - 1 L 6 ' KAY ALST Twelve seniors and sixjuniors were named for Newman High Schoo1's 1953-'54 Who's Who. Students receiving the honor are elected by the student body after eligible candidates are "screened" by a s tude n t-teacher committee. Considered in choosing a Newmanite for the honor are the student's character, scholarship, contribution to the school and community and possible further use to the Society. RMSTRONG As a February tra- dition each year, the Newman High School Future Homemakers choose their Sweet- heart and lab el him "King of Hearts." This y e a r the girls elected John C. Mor- ris, a senior, who was crowned by Gin- ger Davison at the presentation in the Blue B o nn e t Hotel Skyroom. EFT TO RIGHT QSTAN- ahe, Beverly Rasberry as, Barbara Buck, Ro- ihers not named in above ' lll STUDENTS SELECT QUEENS, SWEETHEARTS Queen f1K.:gg.:: .1 rl 4 515255.32 'EVA' QIMQ' i 5 , .. x., X, 5 ' 4 ,a .f 5 H531 'Q , . gi .Va M9 WZ Qing V. QW W WE? vi xv? ik Q 55,21 K Q v ,QM muemmmrsmufaamem.. ,awww W ash ff www, :"?ff.'f5!:7'1fE:!if:l""' Z-4 21' .f.fIQ4f::,,:ifE1.:'6... . E EL: x ' -:fr af ? Agiikegr- -V 13 , M 1 - 1, E fl.-3532? ff 135 1'W'W' V . . ..,,, K Q Q V is Q W mwffiafwl may 5 mxwawmfwmmmwmmwwmmmmmm, , ,,,, , Wm- mmf- zmfawwmmwzmxQi.:wrmmLs+,emazsxss1, , . ...wff and .1reanan.-,1Na.1,.m.,..fi .MA an fs me ,yi Lf gx, 51E553-"iilLL.'1kl1'5gi.i1 ,sf 3:2 R , 1 ments Gateway to Achieve - Yucca Gloriosa Coronation i -King ot Hearts - Class Favorites - Who's Who -Club Queens, Sweethearts AUTOGRAPHS ' -1:,:.,j'f-'.'-iwillf " .,',.1X'-c- l Str, ' hgh 5 Q A QQ J Q., Q Q x V 'E , I-. !f' ' I 3 - , -J - N' as-5, 101 Martha Wells Sandra Whitaker Johnny Wilkinson Nan Williams Janette Winn Marlene Wright Sarnmie Jean Wood Edwin Young Peggy Young Kathryn Sue Younger Jeanne Zeigler Lawanna Gay 100 Cecilio Villa Anne Wade Wallace Wadlington Bascom Waggoner Pat Wallin Elbert Walker Nettie Walker Randall Walker Juanita Claudette Warden Dowling Ware Joe Ribble Betty Jean Roberts Lanita Rogers Peggy Rosser J. D. Rowan Dorothy Sanders Charles Scott Wesley Scott 2.5324 s V? xx 5 . . . i 'ff S ,I Eli f-my , P :,V L ..EL Gar r ett Ro g e r s I Maydean Roger s . ,. A U k J E1 ww gy S Peggy Sedberry Mary Lee Shackelford Dorlene Shaffer D. A. Sharpe Peggy Shifflett V Clara Jo Shilling Glenda Shuff Jackie Sims J, D. Sims Joy Smith Evelyn B etty Smith Windell Spain Dowell Spradlin Raymond Stone Billy Talbet Nola Margaret Tanner Charles James Taylor Marcelle Taylor Bobby Teague Shelbia Terry Carolyn Templeton Rocille Thomas Ross Thompson Lalah Trowbridge Mike Turner tftkfifiviifffl fe .... .i,., L I . Mill' ii x:: ' qiszf' 'fi 'Y - i.,:. I 1 1, .. ..,. . 5 251' ' HL wf ' S - ., 5, ,- if . ,... -f-Divx-ML, -J ' ' af - S5 'F fi' P ,N 5531? 255553: 2 i an -f K AQ' yi? exaziggfs Eff iii 3 , i ' s. My ga 'aff af! Norman Patton Molly Pearce Gracie Peeples Joan Pemberton Julio Perez Charles Pillow Carolyn Pittman Martha Jean Pollard Betty Jo Polnack Royce Porter William Powers Donald Price Sue Price Beverly Kay Pruitt 2, LuJean Purvis it Leslie Rainey ' 'J Beverly Rasberry Virginia Reeves Sandra Rhodes Margaret Richardson Donny McNeal Jill Marchant James Mardis Wendellene Millett Gayle Moore Douglas Morris Rosemary Ann Morris Stanley Morris Patricia Murray Robert Neeper Charles Wayne Nichols Patricia Oden Barney Odom Billy Odom David Odom Dean Olhausen Adolph Olvera Gary Pace Refugio Palafox Gerry Parker .i ,. 'Q-si' K Z Ray Henricks Mike Herring Frank Herrington Cleedos Higgins Leon Holly: Jo Ann Hope Linda Jean Hubbard Sue Hudgins Joyce Hunt Billy Jamison Carole Johnson Daryl Johnson Clyde Jones Guy Jones Carroll Kearney Bobby King Ranny Kirgan Mavadean Kouri Donald Kuykendall Raymond Lambert Joy Landers Lloyd Larry E. M. Lawrence, Jr. Jerry Lay Sue Lewis Thomas Lindley Jackie Lindsey Jean Livingston Martha Loller Peter Loeb Penny McBride Wendell McCright Ordella McFarlin Jerry Mclver Ronnie McKinney Sammy Glass Casey Gonzales Mary Gregory Betty Greer Janice Green Lorenzo Gutierrez Jan Guy Jan I-Iagler Robert Hagler Barbara Hale Coavert Lynn Hale Kenneth Hankins Dwain Hardin Jimmy Hardin Oscar Harris Brice Hartgraves Sammy Harvey Turner Harvey Chris Hassell Harvey Leon Henderson Sandra Davis Terry Doyt Dill Ila Fay Dillashaw I Cecil Dunlap Ng Kathy Dunn Chelly Dunlap 1 Willie Hugh Dunn 5 X Jimmy Ellis X.. x x Jimmy Feagan Carol Finley 'X ilfalentine Forester ia Floyd Fox Carl Franklin Jerry Frazier Jerry Fry Don Gardner Terry Gardner Joyce Geron Cynthia Gillilan Gary Gladson N 4 Mary Beth Absher Dickie Allen Gloria Alston Charles Andrews Jeff Ashcraft Jane Beall Mary Ellen Belew Lowell Benson A Kenneth Bewley- 4 James Bishop Charles Boley V' Reagan Boone ' Joe Brazelton A P 1 Pat Brewer A Tommy Bridges 6 nw VW I -r ziffi 'li , ,ef 5 If L! vielvelene Bullock Carl Bunch Wanda Burklow John Burnett Don Burns Aubrey Burrows Rodney Callaway Roland Cardwell Billy Carnes Berta Chance Bennie Chilcoat Linda Cocke Eddie Coltharp Kent Comolli Wilma Conway Richard Cornell Robin Cox John Craft J. W. Croa.n Aline Davis 0 " fe ' 'W' ' W ' -fw M. Q-...W MW.- .,. -ww-.m H, fx, X , f ' w . a Q My f'L." - . ! .gm GN ' Q.. wk, 32 4 K Um ,,A AUTOGRAPHS ,my A f J L. B, Taylor T i f Belva Teubner , ,gg-. W. ef f Olen Watson Bobby Weerns 7 45? M Carolyn Wells , It 'K xg' il 1 iam Q? Maxye Thomas Raymond Tidwell if ...I Tom Tucker George Turner X V W ,S V ' it , ,Q in A A 1. .15 :V , V ff- K L . i me 4 ' 'A' , M' i .fri Lowell Wann Norna War Glenn Wortha Willie Mae wyri Ann White Thomas Womack Charles Yeag .. . . , Q lk 4 5? , iizzffll Q. A 5 ' .-11. f ' T Shirley Whitworth Zelrna Wood Q T Q E' V '1 M. T. Wilkinson Peggy Wolf Ji s Rhone a.ry Lou Shedd :ta Spradlin Pete Rhoten Christine Royall David Roberts Ross Roberts Donata Roberts Martha Rogers Elinor Sealy Larry Summers iris Shuler Alton Tanner Dewitt Taylor Bobby Snyder Durwood Strickland Gerald Stephenson Betty Ruth StI'O1'1'1aI1 Laine Stewart Patsy Stockton Mary Ann Miller Ann Marie Morrison fi 5 4, Q Leland Parish Dorothy Patton Alton Pembroke Ruby Pendleton Sally Pickett Jimmy Morgan Gerald Mounce Myrtice Morris Henry Meyer Jimmie Price Roy Price Jane Pinnell Beverly Price . . I Marcia Neel: Jimmie Neeper Delmer Proci Bett ye Joyce Pul Sue Purringi is Li I if ia Kraft Gene Lambert Roy Lewis e Leob 'ry McCarley Nelle McCormick Jerry Lamm Mary Jane Leonard Jolene Lanier Joyce Lewis 1 Jessie McDonald Joe Malone June McDonne1 Gene Madison Dale McKeehan Duane McQueen Dale Littlefield Christine Mayo Lanelle Melton Delano Miller Phil Hamilton Barbara Hand Ka James Harv Bobby Hartgraves Billy Ray Hanks Jack Harding Aubrey Hardin Logan H81'I'iS Barry Hendricks Ray Kennef Lavonne Hendrix Gene Kinca Harroll Hobbs Wanda Gail Kirkpatrii Lee Hollaway The or a Hollingsworth C. L. Holley Melba Jameson Patsy Jeffrey James Kennedy is 'ard Dorsey Edwin Etheredge ie Galloway ankie Gibson ,nuel Gomez aaa ao flf W Clarence Fullwood Basil 1' oy Richard Ferrell Eugene Forbes Betty Sue Farr Shirley Feagan Peggy Guelker Gerald Guthrie Eleanor Hall Victoria Gonzales Bonnie Grice Neoma Graham Gayle Guelker Ginger Green La May Greer il Donald B ryan Eva Nell Cassady Bobby Clark Roy Morris Conn 'Qi . vm. , I 2115, 0 ax. I O Dale Burnett Ruth Burrow Lauretta Bunn Dorothy Daffer Mary Alice Darnmann I Anita Davis Charles Butts Julia Calvert Del Sula Davis Q1. 6 fini X,:. f 1 V 'Wm-U 'WG , . ,K 6 annul ' ., .N , M52 in 1-V 5, 12' "Ni . 1 If i ' 5 JIWH , , f ' f X J' 5 Mary Carlt Jerry Carlton Walter Davis Judy Dennis Leola Dillashz VerneilDi1lashz Leon Dogge ,fl fp, 1 w A H t , fglisyfifea 4- - : gm B, . ., ,sr rj m Aiken 4. fl Q 5 : ,Q 'Q -gr ,. N 9 'tx za R J i 15 .- 4 Q pf., , 5 ,. G fgffifffirfirsx . 1 -g.,z,,f',:ffX,, W...t:t,:i: Betty Andrews vmmy Benson nda Best :tty Bird YW ,gl ' H, X IW, 4,Q.,r Martha Barton Joyce Armstrong Billy Ausburne Lahorna Ashton Gloria Azios Everett Barne s Floyd Brannon Lawrence Bredemeyer Charles Bruner Joyce Bishop Robert Boykin G 1 B1 k Rex Brafford ay e ac Velffla. Blailock Jge Bob Blann if ar is Q? lm S 2 be iii W ri V- ' Q 1 i ,pl . 4 , Sf, IW VW' , ' 4 'r if' Q .nal f,,,,..,,.M I I' , x .rl I "--I M .C X WORKING FOR THEIR CHANCE IN '56--Sophomore Class Ieade rs are, left to right: Larry Summers, presidentg Jerry Lamm, re ort 'E p er, verett Barnes, secretary-treasurerg and Henry fBubbaj Meyer, vice-president. 1 6 an Weems Patsy Wheeler W. B. Whisenant Don Whorton Tommy Wideman Robert Williams 4 WMWE Sara Wilson wvue Wilson Jackie Womack NBMJQQMZM ,fb 071 . af,Q,ML jf- 83 Q r L L lk. wgygw Q, 5 . ,J :g il - - 1 my 1- V wif ' 25525 VN f A ge ef. . , . f 'L Joi! , J f."' z Q MIK Y W W2 " an . 4 5 ., Q Frank Srnith Ted Smith Glenda Shoemaker Forrest Sims Floy Sipe Billy Joe Stone S Billie Ruth SoRel1e Cha1'1eS 5P1'aC Charles South Buddy Spillers Charles Taylor Lance Teubner Robert Staekley Donald Stone Patricia Tansil ,L y Don Wai Beaulah Wall Larry Dean Wa 5 K gg K 1 Q M My x if H 'INA ' 'HW' will A ,,. V .. a K '2455 ,gn i 4 3 " ' X f xv, 2 7 1 Wg fifflff? Q Q", a f f f Q- F ,ff V Tip if- Ife's,f1f'f"i-W? K ' 'f gfyjqgwi ffm, : ,-" : if liffi-1?,v'3' if , . K X LMT -4,431 ,MSW 4 PY si 53 Q1,,.i.z t af? WP' . V . M arf , Q Q 2 X id' ggajf - ...1.,, ,mow nil' 1 ' A S . J, ' n Q 'I 3 , 2 :nan B. Phillips Gerald Pitts Ronald Porter Richard Phillips y Jack Reeves by Richardson a Romine - -- -Xi-firzizwf : Margaret Rowan Connie Rudd we fig-,Q 5 N il - HN 'V' ., X f 74 Q ,X If I ww X Q Y QE Roland Powell Jeanette Priest S ff Gerald Pullig f.-, v f f ' Myrna June Rea ' , , ::,: 4-'A' 1 Q 9 Bobby Reed F " ff -If U. ' XM - :ag ::! yi , f ' f I, Al-5 Grady essums I Carol Sealy Suzanne Sears Cloyd Shilling RECEIVE HONORS juniors in SMIT E Maggy m Q ..,,,,, . 'M A 'f 5535552125 ' 1 fs.. Q 1 25- iff T32 ' -1 K I 1 ' ffiif asv ff, ,mg fa-..w5, 1 gk 3, H 22 I. E Q 2 f nf- 15355 Wig. W?- , ' wr T if i577 4 ., X..Q w Um-ff . 1 f ,G gf ..,, .. ,. ' ff 7 ,, I: we if . is fi J ' 5- ,1 -' ' W 11 6332? 1 Sw K Q . ' Qi,m V 2 Lk. sw 1 Ut, 4 5 4' 53? ix is gm is 'A X K VX sk, ,K I 7 1 rfQ3 k?1'QifQ' M- vi 1" M7 x 3217" ' 1 S-if Q qw V 2 2592- ' 5f21l"fsia,f , ff? S -. - 'A' . 5- V Fifi.illfliqsilifl-if7 gig-5 W .aft ex p? 11-W A ' VFX' Ziff- Q " -W . 581 ' if. L., ,V Q gi: L f- ff' sii,Qz J g 'P " , ,,.. . V "Xa ig 1' LTL: 1- ig. 1 5 SY' 7 lf., Q , . Q HM 55395 'mee Hem in el 1, 33 fi-K . 'EMM In the traditional Western Day a s s em bl y one ,boy and a girl from each of the four classes were presented as favorites. The eig ht students, elected by secret ballot, were "roped" into the affair. m m The s e n io r s chose Jerry Shackelford and Thelma Neepefg ,the juniors, Edwin Peeples,and Ruth Ann Jonesg sophomores, BoblWe em s and Bettye Pulligg and freshmen, Billy Jamison and Beverly Rasberryg L IIQ Gateway To Sportsmans - Football l ' - Basketball - Volleyball - Tennis - Track - Baseball - Golf li P V COACH PAT GERALD COACH J, D, SMITH Head Football End Football Athletic Director Tennis COACH RAY NEWTON Line Football Track MUSTANGS EDGE CHAMPS GRID CO-CAPTAINS---Leaders of the 1953 Mustang eleven are JackLeonard, left, and John C. Morris. Both are seniors. Sweetwaterls Mustangs completed the 1954 grid season in a tie for third place with the Plainview Bulldogs--but did what no other District 1-AAA team man a g e d to do in defeating champion Big Spring. Even though the Steers already had a berth in the Class AAA state playoffs, the Mustangs finisheda mediocre season with a 14-13 victory over the heavy state finalist. Sweetwater and Plainview had a 3-3 district'record, behind the Steers and the Breckenridge Buckaroos, tied with 5-1. Vernon and Lamesa deadlocked for fifth with a 2-4, with Snyder finish- ing in the cellar with a 1-5 record. fm. 1 W? 5 mfg, ati, gf ,zfk 1 4'f135,2fa2 Q- , 4 ,. M, , P, ' Qs? ix ,gf W H Gm A A I -I Q .W 5 M . V ,.,.,L vm 'gk W? - ,', f gi? rg? f Q3 ,ff X4 XR 8 R A aa y f ii' E Q fb 'fi Q 1 awww 'I 4 if ' A W 45 I. www Y ww fi? Q QW' PON IES WIN as ,yy 15 1 H135 7 mv ? fi- ,xi V 741- wa- x iw y M, 7 . iL4f.gQ,, 1 sf WEEE? W f V :Sl , f WM W z :fi X y 2 y QW. Y , smyi ,X ,, .' frfwrssqgz uw-K 'N 4 4 CLOYD SHILLING FRANK SMITH Tackle Back BOBBY WEEMS Tackle KEN YOUNG End 33-21. I ! B UDD Y SPILLERS Gqard , ,J g,.ffW ,SL , , ig if WL, 1 1 'ov - ff ,jf ,affyflp , ,X .1 A 11 l f , ,f V I T ,Tf,m , Q ' .,,"! H! ,NW I .HM V55 1.7 L J 3 -' IA? fxfifa n 0, X J 4 ymyfj' Q! W1 MUD, BLCDCDD, TEARS OLVERA OVER--Mustang back Angel Olvera scores a touchdown for the Ponies in the Sweet- water-North Side game. The Mustangs won, LOOKING THEM OVER--Coach J.B. Gibbs, left, and Billy Savage "give the eye" as their boys take preliminary grid warmups. NEW CCJACI-IES ADDED ALL IN A DAY'S WORK--The Newman H freshman or C team, left to right, Kline, 1 John Burnett, Sammy Glass, Brice Hartgrav 1954 GRIDIRON HOPEFULS ----- This year's "B" Team Ponies fFRONT ROWJ left to right, are John Chance, David Roberts, Don Aiken, Joe Bob Blann, Richard Ferrell, Larry Sum- mers and Aubrey Hardin. SECOND ROW: Duane McQueen, G. C. Bromley, Gerald Mounce, Donald Stone, Dale Littlefield, Bobby Ha rtg r av e s, James Harvey. BACK ROW: Buddy Spillers, Floyd Brannon, Gary Carson, Coach J. B. Gibbs, Scott Hamilton, Bubba Meyer and Lowell Wann. FUTURE MUSTANGS MAKE READY 5 P s lyde Jones, Raymond Lambert, Johnny Wil- ,nson and Lorenzo Gutierrez. Backfield are aymond Stone, Dickie Allen, Jimmy Feagan id Charles Andrews. """ 129 TWO COMING UP--Harold Green, 30, gets set to swish in two points for Sweetwater in the Mustang- Buckaroo battle when B r e c k e n r i cl g e came here. Other Ponies seen are Jerry Shackelford and R. L. lPookiel Mongtomery. COACH BENNIE RUTHERFORD Head Basketball mmmmrermswamwwfefzasimwt f . 1 we -f,. :,Mt.anmm,e1ffsw-,E :eww- HAROLD i GREEN Q Forwarc R. L. MONTGOMERY Guard PONY FIVE SECOND The Sweetwater basketball team finished the 1954 cage season with a 16-7 won-lost record and rated the District 1-AAA runner-up spot. Coach Bennie Rutherford's Mus- tangs lost twice to the Champion Plainview Bulldogs and were upset by Breckenridge in the only conference los- ses. Sweetwater's HaroldGreen was the district's leading scorer with 206 points--an average of 17.2 a game and was the only Pony to make the all-di s trict first team. L ,556 'K g W FE 5 px L ...AIT 7 gy, K 6 1, K is Q JERRY SHACKELFORD DALE McKEE!-IAN Forward Center JACKIE LAWRENCE Guard I W .aw DISTRICT ROUNDUP Sweetwater Big Spring Sweetwater Lame sa Sweetwater Vernon Sweetwater Plainview Sweetwater Breckenridge Sweetwater Snyder Sweetwater Big Spring Sweetwater Lame sa Sweetwater Vernon Sweetwater Plainview Sweetwater Breckenridge Sweetwater Snyder LITTLE THINGS MEANA LOT--R. L. fPookieJ Mont gomery, a pee-wee Mustang, jumps high and count two points for his Sweetwater team against the Breck enridge Buckaroos. ? , R NEXT YEAR'S PONIES ----- Sweetwater's "B" basketball team, coached by Billy Sav- age, finished the season with a reputable record and got some valuable experience for next year's team. Kneeling, left to right, are Jerry Rat- liff, Don Whorton, Joe Bob Blann and Thomas Womack. Standing are C. L, H olle y, Dickie Amos, Lawrence Brederneyer, Dale Little- field and Mr, Savage. LGCDKING INTO THE FUTURE O O l "LEAK OLD THIS BALL," Gibbs, tells his fi Left to right Bobby Teague, Carl Donal Kuykendall and Holley. Standing are Don Feagan, E.M. Jr., Sammy Kearney,J ling W Dow- 133 "THlS IS EASY," Bessie Thompson tells members of the Newman High volleyball team which repeated as di s tric t champion this year. Left to right are Jerelene Schlueter, Beverly Landers, Thelma Neeper, Elida Azios, Bessie Thompson, Jeanette Priest and Billie Ruth SoRelle. Elem BIG ONES, LITTLE ONES---Coached by Mrs. Phil Sparkman, the Sweetwater volleyballers, aside from winning district, beat the best teams in Texas.. Kneel- ing, left to right, are Billie Ruth SoRelle, Murlene Cox, Beverly Landers and Bessie Thompson. Standing are Martha English, Thelma Neeper and .Ierelene Schlueter. "WHO'S GOT THE B IGG E S T RACKET," may well be the question of Newman High's Mus - tang tennis team. Coached by J. D. Smith the boys are, left to right, Kenneth Harvell, Jimmy Nickens, Coy Berry, Ken Young, W. B. Whisenant, Coach Smith, Billy Jamison, Kent Comolli and Carl Franklin. Af S ' lx is J ! Y f " ' 53 '1i.-ffi? 1. 52,4, .f'f fyjif gi.. -af cf'9'i":"'- ' I TENNIS TACTICS---Coach J. D. Smith gives his boys some net "pointers," FIRST ROW: LEFT TO RIGHT: Carl Franklin, Frank Harvell, Billy Jamison, Kent Comolli, Everett Barnes, Roy Lewis, Eddie Coltharp and Ray Hendricks. BACK ROW: Coy Berry, Ken Young, W. B. Whisenant, Kenneth Harvell, Daryl Johnson, Charles Pennell, Raymond Tidwell, Jimmy Nickens, Charles Taylor and Lee Roy Grimsley. ,L s TOP TRACKSTERS TAKE TITLES TAKING TIME OUT ---- Coach Ray Newton chats with his track t eam be- fore daily workouts. Kn e e 1 i n g, left to right, Carol Boley, Harroll Hobbs, Glynn Par ri sh, F 1- e d d i e Armstrong and Lorenzo Gutierrez. Stan- ding are .Tame s Harvey, Dah Lhdehem, Bubba Meyer, Jackie Lawrence, Clay JackReeves, Donald Kennon and Duane Mc- Queen. 136 the and Abilene gional "PUT IT HERE, "--- say catchers Carroll Kearney and Roland Powell to Mustang pitchers C. I... Hol- ley, Jimmy Feagan, Harold Green and Dale McKeehan, Coached by J. B. Gibbs, the Mustangs enjoyeda highly suc- cessful season in their return to the diamond in non-C o n- ference play this year. BATTEB UP! BASEBALL RETURNS IEWMAN'S DIAMONDMEN--Coach J.B. Gibbs talks to his Mustang basketball quad before a "big game." FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT, are Angel Olvera, erry Lamm, Donny McNeal, Carroll Kearney, Kenneth Drewery, Charles Hud- ms, Jimmy Feagan and C. I... Holley. SECOND ROW: Roland Powell, Cloyd hilling, Bobby McNeal, Jerry Shackelford, Robe rt Brothers, C a r r ol Green, ale McKeehan, Gerald Mounce, Donald Stone, Harold Green and Clinnon Cart- right. 137 1 QR DOY T DILL 5 x PUTTER THERE, PICKLE," John Paul Cain Qnearest holej appears tobe telling Doyt QP1ck1ej Dill. Other golfers are Don Whorton ikneelingl and R.L. fP00ki6i Montgomery. GOLFERS ON TGP Newman's golfers making their dis - trict debut were not given an outside chance to win more thana match or two this spring, but surprises were in store. The linksters, sponsored by Hoyt Byrd, won several matches before dis- trict play and then upset the dope buc- ket and tied Brownwood at San Angelo for the district crown. This gave them a trip to the regional meet at Stephen- ville and later to the finals at Austin. John Paul Cain and R. L. KPookiej Montgomery, both seniors, teamed with Don Whorton, junior, and Doyt Dill, fr e shmen, to comprise the winning quartet. -- DON WHORT ON ,, Underdog Pony Golfers Cop First Regional Title Sweetwater High School's golf team, coached by Hoyt Byrd, became the first team in SHS history to take first place in an lnterscholastic League regional meet by upset- ting favored Paschal High School of Fort Worth at the Region II meet held in Stephenville. The Mustang golfers, members of the first Sweetwater High golf squad to compete in an Inter- scholastic League event since 1941, had a two-round total of 639, edging Paschal by a slim four-stroke margin for the title. At the end of the first 18-hole round, the two teams were dead- locked at 320 strokes, with John Paul Cain leading the Pony swingers with a one-over-par 73. During the final round the SHSers shaved one stroke off their first-round score, while their Fort Worth rivals added three more strokes to finish with JOHN PAUL CAIN K x a 643 total. Cain and R. L. fPookieb Mont- gomery paced the links squad with identical two-round scores of 154 over the par-72 course. Don Whorton, deemed by Coach R- L' MONTGOMERY el Eyrd as the most improved Mus- tang golfer, fired a 77-78 for a total of 155, while Doyt Dill, freshman Pony linkster, shot a lt 176. By virtue of their triumph at the regional tourney, the Sweet- water High golfers advanced to the state golf kneet at Austin where they competed with the top teams in Texas and finished eighth in Class AA. With Cain, Montgomery and Whorton firing 36-hole totals of 157 strokes apiece, and Dill shoot- .ng a 186, the Mustangs had a total of 657. Coach Byrd, who coached golf :his year for the first time at SHS, was surprised at the results if the team this year. "I knew :ve had great material and I was mptimistic about our chances, but I really didn't think we had much :hance with so little experience," aid Mr. Byrd. "I was doubtful hat we would win district, much ess regional, but the boys really Iot down to work and played food golf all year." GOLF GREATNESS--Norman Supulver, local golf pro who helped coach Newman High's team gives some "green" pointers. Golfers, left to right, fkneelingl are: George Arnold, Tommy Wideman, John Paul Cain, Jan Hagler, Gary Pace and Hoyt Byrd, sponsor, Standing are: Mrs. Supulve r, Johnny Craft, Joe Ribble, Don Whorton, R. L. lPookiel Montgomery, Don Wafer and Doyt Dill. 139 Gateway to Friend - Activities t - Snaps S Q WRX., ,Sf ,g f ,S 1. I :Yf 4 2fQ?g? mf - 3 I' PS 4 ' A :if :W , x 1. mp' 142 SENIOR CUTIES -- Newmanites in the Senior "Talent" Show are, LEFT TO RIGHT, Billy Bar- field, Toby Thomas, Merlene Hale, Donald Kennon, John Paul Cain, Bill Kirkpatrick, Jackie Lawrence, Coy Berry, Charles H ud g i n s, Pati Couch, Jimmie Jay, F r e d d i e Armstrong and SOMETHING NEW ---Donald Kennon s h ow s the latest vogue in the senior style show. MISS ELANEOUS ----- Jimmy Gilmore Qr i g ht, adds variety to the hil- arious senior show as Emcee David Fomby "de s c ribe s" whatthe beauties are We a r ing. Jimmy Gilmore NEWS AND VIEWS--Bill Kirkpatrick and Jimmie Jay, seniors, get in on the act, too in the Senior Frolics. seniors show 'talent' "I DO," says Robert Hudspeth fphoto below, in the senior wed- ding. Groom is Watson Moore, atte nd ed by Carroll Johnson. The preacher is Billy Barfield. liberwhochee makes debut . . . I , I TALENTED JUNIORS -- Newman High School juniors who revealed their talents as in- dividuals and groups are, LEFT TO RIGHT, Mary Lue Charle s, Pat Tansil, Joan Weems, Ruth Ann Jones, George Arnold, Tommy Wideman, Joy Pace, Edwin Peeples, Charles Spradlin, John Edd Killen, F rank Smith, Bobby Reed, Cloyd Shilling, Sonny Ohlenbusch, Sara Wilson, Scott Hamilton, Gayle Meyer and Gerald Pullig. LIBERWHOCHEE LIVES IT UP -- Edwin Peeples lalias the great Liber- whocheel and his band which made a big hit on the Junior Talent Show are, LEFT TO RIGHT, Cloyd Shilling, Edwin, Bobby Reed, Gerald Pullig and Scott Hamilton. 14. 3 sophomores try it, too . . . 9 SHOWY SOPHS --- Tommy Joe Benson "bites the dust" after Everett Barnes has taken command in the Sophomore Talent Show., Referee is Joe Bob Blann. Among others who appeared in the various acts are Roy Price, Larry Summers, Don Aiken, Anita Davis, Walter Davis, Betty Pullig, Mary Alice Dammann, Dorothy Daffer, Donata Newsom, Jerry Ratliff, Dorothy Patton, Martha Barton, Gail Guelker, David Roberts, Julia Kraft, Sue Purrington, Joyce Nell Bishop, Donald Bryan, Bubba Meyer, Theora Hollingsworth, Jane Loeb and Judy Dennis. .mmm DE WD' cast in the S U' " ' AD B POLNTL1-255 PLAYo-iuowr Judy Dennis' Sue PUNQSINESS Play are. LEFZQ? Jane Loeb and Walter Underrakeljgton go: lgulfa Kraft Morgan Howa ' roufinef ughs gai ' left a Davis. H the S0PhoI?1re in therlil Ore Sho W. 144 ".....I'D A BAKEDACAKE ----- Ann Wade, left, and partner Patricia Murray do their classy coun- try dance in the Freshman Talent Show. LONG, LONG AGO-- Clyde J one s, right, shows how he looked a few years back. He has talent, too. PRETTY, PLEASE -- Dancing and singing trio for the Freshman Talent Show, are left to right, Sandra Rhodes, Mavadene Kouri and Mary Beth Ab she r, The girls were dressed in red formals with white shoes. I S TANDING ROOM ONLY --- Members of the Freshman Class who partici ated in th t 1- p e a ent show which was under the direct' f M ' ' in the photograph above. ion o rs. Garland Vinson fth1rd from lefty are shown 145 146 Newman High's Thespians, drarnatics organization, again presented outstanding plays and continued to be one of the school's most popular organizations for stu- dents interestedin speech anddrama. Mrs. Ray Shan- non was sponsor of the dramatists. I HAVENVI' TH E SLIGHTEST IDEA AS TO WHAT YOU'RE TALKING ABOUT. Mrs. Bouncer fMer- lene Halel tells Mr. Box, a role played by Jimmie Jay in "Box and Cox. " JUST ALIKE -- Box and Cox "call it" I A-M and everything is alike in the comical one -act contest play. I-lOW'S THIS, MR. COX, Merlene Hale QMrs. Bouncerl asks Dan Purrington in the comical one-act contest play pre- sented to the Newman High student body before lnterscholastic League contest. , K I FUN GALORE is what was in s to 1' e for Sweetwaterites who saw "Adam's Apple," the annual senior play. In the zany production we re, LEFT TO RIGHT, Jimmie Jay, Watson Moore, Dan Purrington, Merlene Hale, Ann Loeb, Edwin Peeples and Carole Allen. WHAT'S THIS?--At left Jimmy Jay appears to have hit the jackpot as Merlene Hale catches the "crackpot" in the family safe. THEY GET THEIR MAN-- Jimmy Gilmore fnearest doorj and Donald Kennon try to convince Dan Pur- rington and Edwin Peeples that they mean business in "Adam's Apple." WHO'S CRAZY NOW ---Just about everybody seemed crazy in the "side-splitting" senior play directed by Mrs. Ray Shannon. Seen in the scene at the bottom left, are Jimmie Jay, Merlene Hale, Dan Purrington, Ann Loeb, Edwin Peeples and Watson Moore. Proceeds from the class play were used to buy the annual Senior Class gift. ,ff Y.--- 7 , l 1 ALPHA AND OMEGA --- Queen Ann Lightfoot and her court are en- tertained by pupils of Mrs. Dorothy Brandt, Snap shot enthusiasts and official "photographers" flashed the flickers quite often to help remember the Mardi Gras occasion. 'ff XX X f . X r X Hi 'Q gali l -' i ii x Q J N , X1-1 ' .v . . . . ., ANU MORE ENTERTAINMENT FOR THE QUEEN and her court as Brandt pupils go South America. ?'ISH POND GATHERING ------- YB Y f BW W... M Naiting for the bell to ring, sev- NO MORE, PLEASE' plead :ral students gather around the Sandra Rhodes and Nan Wil- I ish pond in front of the building. liams On Luggage Day. IN DEEP MEDITATION is . M is , ,vi . .. John C., Morris in front of the school trophy case. UNDERSTAND, asks Mrs. Richard McAfee to Jackie McCright as Mrs. Ray Shannon and Mrs. E. J. Yates give smiles of approval. MAKE IT BLACK But the students choose popular Paul Watson for a "jolly good fellow" and friend. ' , s A '. ,Y ,fe eww i 1 f 5 Q . - 'ff ",' 'i 'A' X-mtl f ' ' L. 'iff " " 55 r Q H 1 sm-4 W:-bv.. Azikgwx V. 'Nm ' Yi 5 V 1 ,M ' Q in 'if JZ 9 7 , TF... ........s...,... .. K sw, ' , W Y . pn 'PH ff gg .41 ., , , J. . nr ga ,,, fl 4 V1 N Q- K my f 'Q R rrr ' - 1 . l W l A . .. ni i - '-'b fe v 6 ' 5 .N fi at 5' : 5 ff 1 photol . NOT ROY ROGERS, but Ben Brock, publications director, in Western Day togs. WATCH MY SPEED, says Tommie Joe Benson as he makes a lap fin bottom left 149 Ii? PAUSE THAT REFRESHES OVER THERE, says Carroll COOL WATER TO MIX with is for Lelal-Ieadstream, Johnsonto hunting partner those "dry classes" is for Margaret Herron and Shirley Billy Barfieldo Thelma N e e p e r and Toby Flint in this case. Thomas. PROFILE P O S E S are made possible by Ann Loeb Qsittingl and Merlene Hale. BANDSTERS, left to r i ght, ANOTHER P ONY bandster NEWMAN FISH,Linda Hub-V are director Pat Patterson, with all M u s tang smile is bard Cleft! and Sue Hudgins Gerald Pitts, John Lee and Robert Brothers. in a pond scene. . . . . Margaret Herron. 0 -mx! i AY. top left are Mrs. Rlchard McAfee, Mrs. Bette Truly and Mrs. RayShannon, NHS teach- ers and 5 urious dxscussion. Ar top rxght ms Supermtc-ndent O1afSouth and Mrs. Caffr-y Welch in a typlc-al workday. Mrs. MrAl'ee and Mrs. E.J. Yates sit it our. Cin middle left photoj. Smiling Miss Laura Sherldan ls shown at middle rxght. Bon Brork talksto Yucca art edxtor Hoyt Mulanax fbotlom lcftl, and at bottom right are seen Mrs. Worth Howe, secretary to prmcipal, and teac he rs Mrs. Garland Vinson, Mrs. Frank Davis and Miss Louxse Bollinger. 51 JIMMIE JAY AND MER- LENEHALEjust"p1ike" in the scene above, but the cowgirls to the right really mean it on West- ern Day. Left to right are Margaret H e r r on, Iris White, Ola Moore and L ela Headstream. . . . just for fun PRINCIPAL E. M. LAWRENCE and g: hil d r e n E, M., Jr. and Jean, get ready for Christmas and Raymond Lambert gets his sheep ready for a stock show. MIGHTY 'LAK A ROSE might be the theme song of Ginger Davidson in the pose at right. D. O, STUDENTS LEARN, EARN an yearn, itis said , and in the phot below three of the students are show ing an interest in part of it, at leas1 They are Celeste Lindsey, Cleom Stephens and Margaret Turner. FRESHMEN LEADERS, left to right, are Adolph Olvera, Beverly Rasberry and Billy Jamison. All are class of- ficers. SLIDING ALONG WITH EASE are Qphoto to rightj members of the slide rule team. Left to right are Margaret Rich- ardson, Dan Pur rington, Billy Kelly and Bobby Rich- ardson. WINNING INTRAMURALISTS ----- The Physics Potshots, left to right, are Iimmy Nickens, Charles Pinnel, Billy Barfield, Jimmy Gilmore and John Lee. Fhe group finished first in the intra- nural basketball tournament. WHAT'S THE ANS- WER? --The fo ur th period General Sci- ence class is repre- sented by Doyt Dill, Mary Beth Absher and Jane Beall and they confront teacher J.D, Smith with prob- lems. SOUNDS GOOD TO ME, agree members of the stu- dent council as they talk over plans for homecom- ing activitie s. Left to right are Theora Holling- sworth, Pati Couch, Thel - ma Neeper, Jerry Shac- kelford, Cleoma Stephens , Nancy Forgerson and San- dra Hale. v A A , Z H , A IEEING THE FUTURE ----- Pati Couch reads the prophecy that she and Ann Loeb have written for the ienior Class banquet. Her listeners shown, left to right, are Dickie Amos, Toby Thomas, Jerry Shackel- ord, Dean and Mrs. Allen of Texas Tech, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Rushing fall at head tablej and Nancy For- erson, Carole Allen, Dan Purrington, John Lee and Hazel Yarbrough. 153 BRANDING IRON CHOICES are blones Ken Young and Barbara Buck "talking it over." 9 4 Juniors John Edd Killen and Carolyn Sue Jones at lleftl wait for their rides home and show the optimism so typical of both. BOOKS, MORE BOOKS are brought to be counted by homeroom representatives in the student council sponsored book drive. Left to right are Edwin Peeples, Theora Hollin- gsworth and Clay Jack Reeves. PONY EX- PRESS co - editors Ann Lightfoot and John Lee in- terview Newt Princ e, the B r oad way hermit, for a topnewspaper feature. In bottom right photo debaters Kay Wells and Jimmie Jay peruse debate material with Miss Marian Walker and Principal E,M. Lawrence, coaches. fvimmws s.vaw.issff,es1 zum E DOMESTIC ATHL E T ES Jack Leonard and John C. Morris do their part to make the "Puny Excuse" a success. JOHN PAUL CAIN proves that he can swim fphoto belowl in addition to his tennis, golf and basketball ability. O., STUDENTS QFront rowl 'e Lee Roy DeBusk, Douglas illiams and Joe Bob Kent. In .ck are Kenneth Lewis, J ean Lwrence and LaMay Greer. GRASS J UDGERS in photo to right are Toby Thomas, Jerry Carson, Larry Panzer and Maurice Scott. STACKED- UP FRIENDS, bottom to top, are Nan Wil- liams, Mary Beth Ab s h e r, Jane Beall and Mavadene Kou - ri. SING lT PRETTY, Hazel Y arbr ough V, I.. C. ENTHUSIASTS look over a plaque tells fellow senior Jimmie Jay. which s ymbol i z e s the purpose of voca tional -indus trial work READY FOR THE BIG GAME- -Sports - GOVERNMENT WORK? ---- John Paul Cain and Ann Loeb mail a "joint" letter just for Branding Iron purposes. 156 minded Newmanites dressed forthe oc- casion are Ann Light- foot, Mary Alice Da- mmann,Beverly Pru- itt and Ruth Ann Jones., AL right freshmen Gary Pace and Ross Thompson make a unique exodus from the campus at the close of a day. x fake WW 2 'Q W :,A ,AA, , ri ,1 x W , N 3 , 4 'f - 'Q 55,35 wr" ig-,Q wil er at SHS5 MY, HOW NEAT ---Secretaries Mrs. Caffey Welch and Mrs. Worth Howe looked over some handiwork Qphoto to rightl. "LOTS OF BULL HERE, says Walter Davis, a future farm- YOU'LL NEED THIS, Mer- lene Hale tells Robert Huds - peth as she makes him up for a T h e s p i a n production Kin photo at rightl. THEY CAN WRITE, TOO---Batteredandbruised jour nalism students lfor Puny Excuse purposesl are le1 CLOTH TREASURES- Flying below the U, S. flag is the victory flag dear to the he arts of the Mustang school. to right, Dan Purrington, Barbara Buck, Reba Taylor Deon Webster, Mickey Fry, John Lee, Ann Lightfooi Pati Couch, Merlene Hale and Charles Hudgins. HOMECOMING FESTIVITIES are c l i ma xe d at the Big Spring- Sweetwater football game when Cleoma Stephens is revealed as the second annual homecoming queen. SITTING PRETTY is Sue Hud gins, freshman and active cam :ra clicker. JUNIOR BUDDIES ina serious mood are Connie Rudd and Buddy Spillers. NOT 20-20 VISION HERE, convin- ces Bubba Meyer in a "blind" pose lphoto belowl. REMEMBER WHEN? ------ Carole Allen and Maurice Scott look over a Yucca in a Branding Iron shot. BABY, IT'S COLD OUTSIDE, says sen- ior Kay Alston in a not-too-typical scene. 159 ,Y I 6 K . -. , . 1 Qi fs .rf . ww :N 'L Q if SWEETWATEFJS NEW- MAN HIGH SCHOOL was the target of a Camera Club clicker. JOE KOWNSLAR, Junior, already has his sheep l skin Qphoto to leftl, and here he is shown with his "1anolin love." l JUsTwA1T1NG1s what Linda Hubbard lrightj is doing at the time. C AD E T JIMMIE JAY was recognize1 during the year for outstanding C. A. P wo rk and was rewarded with a trip tl England and several European coun tries. JOURNALISTIC MINDED Kirby Kinsey and Miss Laura Sheridan look over copies of publications. Both were instrumental in getting Newman High' s newspaper started. NOT A TYPICAL SCENE, but one in the Senior Talent Show as portrayed by QLEFT TO RIGHT! Thelma Neeper, Mickey Fry, Carole Allen, Ann Lightfoot, Jackie McCright, Sandra Hale, Hazel Yarbrough and Merlene Hale, 'all Work and no play makes . . .' 1 "WATCH THE BIRDIE"--Ed Mays, photographer, grabs a Pony Express s ho t at the instructions of John Lee. SPELLING SPECIALIST ---Alseon Mil- ler QSTANDINGD and Laura Neal catch up on some s pelling study for Inter- scholastic League contest at Abilene in which the girls won first place. They were sponsored by Miss Laura Sheri- dan. 161 1 62 , it W' l4..,.,..,,M Fllll is SENIOR DAY was lots of fun as usual, and this year as happy-to-be-missing s chool seniors left on a rainy day for Cisco, one of the group used his camera to good advantag e. In the photo to top left are M a r g a r e t Herron and Jerelene Schlueter. Top right in another bus scene are buddies Haz el Yarbrough and Pati Couch. Joe Bob Kent gets ready to show his skating technique in picture at right. Senior Carole Allen found a skating partner Qbottom left! and Joyce French, tired from it all sum: med it up this way: "It was wonderful." not to be forgotten fu:-W I 359 'rifigi lfff iff. Sc 'lf'-lf. f'fW5'Si,3'h 7 ,z is sy! 'W09Pmw-A I ,X 1 'ff' af 1 1 E y I iv 1 4 l 1 w 1 m x I 3 W. ff - ' ... , 9 I if :wx 'jf tai' 5 .. 4,4 72" Q 5 I5 J E? .MH w,,i5!kg?l?TT! A A 5 ' K' 5 H' 'eff -iff? Newman High's graduating seniors file in at the Mu- nicipal Audito rium as friends and relatives look on. f l l I i Q l 4 sie: NIOR S NOW, GRADUATES TOMORROW Wlaiting for the processional are some of candi- dates for graduation. T he s tud e nt s heard the Rleverend Robert Purrington deliver the Bacc 1 ureate sermon and the Reverend Sterling Price o Abilene bring the Commencement address. A l ,P here odcty, gone tomorrow Miss Louise B ol ling e r changes the tasselas hap- py senior Ann Loeb ' is graduated." a l Newman High School's A Cappella Choir, including graduating seniors appear at graduation exercises to give the traditional musical program. The choir is under the direction of Ro- land fRedj Whatley. VALEDlCTORlAN ANN LIGHTFOOT, with a 97 YUCCA STAFF ARTIST Hoyt Mulanax gets a average, is congratulated by Mrs. John Perry of change at the hands of Miss Louise Bolling e r, the Sorosis Club. senior sponsor. R 5 : EQ if T 12 , , W v . Y 1 fx, "' X . 1 ' kr " v ' I 4 PW, Q Q CREAM OF THE CROP -- Top students scholastic-ally are, LEFT TO RIGHT, Patsy Hol- brook, salutatoriang Reba Taylor, Pati Couch, Jerry Shackelford, second high boyg Ann Loeb, John Lee, top boyg Dan Purrington and Kay Wells. 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PACE Super Market 1214 HAILEY DIAL NATIONAL AA A BANK -,.- "., '. , xg of Sweetwater PIGGLY WIG HOME DAIRY LY DIAL 4605 OR 2711 ROWLEY UNITED THEATRES Fon Mow: uuovnsnr ' AT lT's BEST TEXAS - ROCKET - RITZ 3 ff . , EW ! K .,,kk W f W -,q,,,,3Si,,,f 'Az nf - -v 1 swimxf' MMWM ' 55 R? 55 E .EIN FEE M21 W .19 ':.?::"i ,. 3- -QA fm N Y mimi' Wm .. 1.1 2. Q. I 5 1 I':::: :JM . 4 wx., ,X , X Q -T : 2135 " K ag' Sql! fazlsf ' .,,. ,A ,K., , N1m,.m M, , . .,,. ,. " , . , , ,M .M K 3, ?' vi Q 'f -V V Q AK, 1 2 M .vw-W: ,M iy K yin ,- FA A, V823 Q, mx N V' QS . 4 X, Q Y ,umm-f.a,wMQ1 'g5y,?lfJ A V HF f 5 4 Q W A ,, MV mf: ,,H ?1j5 j- ' W , 5 gym-,.mm, ' muy 4 - -' ,.., V - , X 4 " iw, 5 M 2 ,pw A W 1f'M723, 7 if wiikm f . A H? we-" 1 ,Y , ,Mm ,wr WAw'W?1'Mmw W . M - W EZ- , ,... ,,..,.W.W...,V.W.... M .,,, ,V 3 WP-. M, ,,.,. . W-f'l25W I , . , V 1-H01-4' K"' '45 'L ' as L ' K 5' -. l i21ar1f'1'f'2 'S' A Q 1 1:1 Kim omg S t r Ci mrm whvwwxm otgooxf WMM Q S ' Phone 2573 LP16 K X Q X COMPLIMENTS OF WESTERN AUTO STORE Home Owned WILLIAM ALLEN 1240 KC Mutual 110 Oak Phone 3268 NOON TIME LUNCHES FOR AT SUPER SIZED HAMBURGERS Thick MALTS-SI-TAKES-CONES TRY HAWKINS THE DAIRY MAID Grocery Store AT "West of the High School" 1011 East Brwdwq . F f ' I C Fl Dual 2931 555 E. mn 'fgrafjbefyai Ccfxvozgme TRYING IT OUT AT- BRILEY A N D . BROWN Furniture Store A ToLER's JEWELRY WYWW' Aff' 86 PATTERSON'S Funeral Home D I A L AMBULANCE SERVICE Sanitone Dry Cleaning Makes- c'-E4 A JV! TQ' 1. D Dj Okgqlvxjif "THE STAMP OF THE GLOBE THE STAMP OF GOOD WORK." M McCoy's Food Store FOR ALL F000 NEEDS nos Lamar Phone use MOORE-EIDSON GRAIN CO. Elevator Feed, Seed and Hay Telephone ans mam elm Busse11's Department Store DR. PEPPER BOTTLING CO. of ABILENE, INC. A MNM D MEN'S STORE "Exclusive but not Expensive" I..- PINK PIG SANDWICHES COLD DRINKS GOOD COFFEE DRIVE INN "CURB SERVICE' I S U S M N U A gmuk ,Murclziszfn Mater Hampauy 318 E. BROADWAY 188 B P R E E K A R E M T 501 O k Dial 4896 1 I M C 0 ems 1 w4 wa, M C Congratulations THE and I5 .s WI-I s SWEETWATER 6 t In W MEDICAL ASSOCIATION . 'O "if M OFFERS . SENIOR CLASS BEST WISHES . TOTHE County Clerk Semor Class of 1 9 5 4 F. A. BARKER Compliments A. H. FORTNER F. A. HOOD s. A. Loss of you, R. O. PETERS R. I.. PRICE J. K. RICHARDSON C. A. ROSEBROUGH S. F. SUPOWIT J. W. YOUNG T. D. YOUNG NOLAN COUNTY SCHOOL SUPEHINTENDENT REA C. DILL V A N D E R V O O R T S C R E A M E R Y TEXAS ELECTRIC SERVICE COMPANY tulates the Senior Class ALSTON LUMBER COMPANY '222:':-2'-"' V' -1':-:f 5 Boykin Cleaners For Cleaning-Repairs 314 OAK DIAL 2342 TYPEWRITER SALES 81 SERVICE 0 0 farms Owe: Supply s'Everyth1'ng for the Officen phone 3247 223 U nl IT'S WOODS DRUG ron Complete Drug Service 1109 Lcmcxr n WAYNE SMITH sALes - senvlce ' A msnwnv 306 Pe D I 4697 NORRED MOTOR COMPANY Sales ' Service BUICK CADILLAC 113E.3 NEWSOM'S JEWELERS rd -illzii 67765. Qgfnrfs Qfiicgonf. 975011591 I 3585 "The Busiest Little Place In T Mrs. Alva Starr. Owner 1101 East Broadway HSWEETWATER, TEXAS" n HAwLEY's Q SUPER MARKET OWU ff Il I ,VI -,X I 4' 'im 1- , fwl 4' CH? gozwefm - nf ?emZyzzJ?025azZ" mi 5 f BLUE BONNET MAYS STUDIO , WE NOW CARRY A LARGE STOCK OP PHOTOGHAPHIC EQUIPMENT FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE DIAL 4631 Congratulations, Seniors SWEETWATER COTTON Oll CO. 192 IN RETROSPECT GATEWAY A Abshef, MKTY Beth . . a s - a 18: 34.41.42, ' 145,153,154 Aiken, Don........ 35,129,144 Aiken, Edwin ........ 10 Aldridge, Donna.....................13.52 Alldredge, B.E. 1311411 lU9lU0l09lllUlIOlI18 Allen, Carole .... .. . . . . 2, 13, 32. 33, 36, 38. 52 l09,.l12, 147, 153,. 159, 161, 162, 169,171 Allen, Dean James.....................153 Allen, Mrs. James. . . .....l53 Allen, Dickie...... ...95,l28 Alston, G1oria.... 42,95 Alston, Kay.............13,32,34,41,5Z,109 112,159,167 Amos Richard fDickie1. 31, 51, 52,105,123,133 153,178 Anderson, Carl.. .......10 Andrews,Betty...... ...........45,85 Andrews: Charles nnoscuuuauaocuosos Armstrong, Freddie 31,32,52, 112,123 125,136,142 A1'mSt1'0f1g. -T0yCe....................17,85 Armstrong, Richard. . . . .. . . . . . . . . .30, 31, 52 Arnold, George . . . . . . . 32, 36, 77,139,143,186 Arnold, Mrs. Rena. , ., Ashcraft, Jeff. . , nnoauaanscnsunauuspnoae Ashton, Lahoma...., Ausburne , Billy , Azios, Blida . . . , . . Azios, Gloria . ., , Baggett, Carolyn. Bailey, Charles . . . Ballew, Jerry . . . Barfield, Billy . . Barnes, Everett. Barton, Martha . . . Baugh, Blake . . . . Beall, Jane.......... suosasocoasoslsllio14 Ill!! .............. 85 ...........13,45,52 . . . . .36, 39, 85,109,134 B UIUUUUI .............30,44,77 soogoosoglons ,....-4O,41,.42,142,150,153 84,85,135,144 ............41.35.144 .........31,32.52,113 . 18, 33, 95,153,154,180 Belew, Mary Ellen... ...............41,95 Benson, Lowell. . Benson, Tommy . Berkley, Wanda. Berry, Coy .... . Best, Linda . . .'. . Bewley, Kenneth. Bird, Betty ..... Bird, Sarah . . . . . . Bishop, James. . . . Bishop, Joyce . . . . . Black, Gayle Don ..........95 ...... 85,144,149 ..........2,36,42,77 ...3z,5z,123,135,142 ... ...... 41.85.176 .......95 .....85 .......42,53 ............95 . . . 36, 38, 85,144 .... .......... 85 B1.a.ilOCk, Velma sssanaenonoaaooaalacooo Blair, Zelma 'IIUIIOl0ll'..0l..'l..l.lllll Blann, Joe Bob......85,105,129,133,144,183 Bledsoe, Charlesa, ..... Boley, Carol .......... Boley, Charles ........ Bollinger, Miss Louise Boone, Reagan ........ Bowden, Rev. Robert.. Boydston, Kenneth .... Boyd, Mrs, Edna .... Boykin, Robert ..... Brafford, Rex ..... Brannon, Floyd ....... Brazelton, Joe.. ...... Bredemeyer, Lawrence, . , .....32,39, 53,171 .......77,136,178 ........ 40,41,95 16,42,15l,163,l64 IIOIUCIIIIDCIO , .... 11 .... 32,77 ............15 ... 40,41,85,173 ....,...43,85 ....ss,1z9 llaot095 . . . .85, 133 Brewer, Patessosooosuaoosnuoooccilooscogs Bridges, Tommy. .. ................ 41,95 Brock, Ben ...... ...16p29v31n33,149n151 Bromley, G. C. .... ........ 3 0,44, 77,129 Brothers, Robert ....... 77, 123, 137,150, 188 Brown, Dick ....... Brown, Ferline .... Brown, La Verne ... Bruce, Martha ..... nosoounsonoaoouala77 osooooo41p77 ....28,31,77 uousalfsp-I7 Bruner, Charles... ooonsoooossoocosleu Bryan, Dona1d.... lsoaoasosasooonso86p144 Buck, Barbara. ,. ., . 13,26,2.9,41, 53,111-1,154 158, 188 Bullock, Melvelene . . . . . Bunch, Carl ......., Bunch, Rev. Carl . . . Bunn, Lauretta . . . . Burklow, Wanda . . . Burnett, Dale .... Burnett, John , . , Burns, Don ........ Burrows, Aubrey . . . Burrows, Ruth . . , Burrows, Willie . , Burton, Wanda . . . Butts, Charles .... Byrd. Hoyt ...... Byrd, Jacqueline . , , , , , C Cain, John Paul . ,.... Cain. June .......... Callaway, Charlene . . , Callaway, Rodney , , , Calvert, Julia .,,,, Cardwell, Roland , , , Carlton, Jerry . . . ... .... 42.95 ....95,133 lillilli .... 40,41,86 ... 29,4l,95 86 ....95,l28 ......95 lll:D95 .......86 ... 31,53 IOOOCOICIICDO ............43-,86 ....16,21,29,30,139 ........1Z,31,54 34,41, 54,130,131 138 l42,154,156,173 ...3Z,39,41,42,54 ... 30,42.,77,1'80 33,86 ....43,95 86 TO EDUCATICN ALWAYS OPEN Carlton, Mary .... Carnes, Billy ....... Carrier, Bobbie Jo .... Cassady, Eva Nell . . . Carson, Gary ..,,.,,, Cartwright, Clinnon . . . Chance, Berta ....... Chance, Howard. . , Chance, John ,,,,,,, Charles, Mary Lue .... Chilcoat, Bennie ...... Chilton, Rev. Dick .... Clark, Bobby ,..... Clegg, Carol .... Clements, Joan. . . Clift, Nancy ..,,, Cocke, Linda ,..,. Coltharp, Eddie .... Comolli, Kent ...... Conn, Roy Morris . . . Connell, Beth ..... Conway, Wilma . , . . Cook, Charlotte . . . . . . . Cornell, Richard , ,,,,, Cox, Murlene . . . Cox, Robin ,,,, Craft, John ...... Crump, Marion . . . Crenshaw, Betty .... Croan, J. W .......... Cunningham, Vallie Joy D Daffer, Dorothy .............. 22, 23, 86,144 Dammann, Mary Alice . Davis, Aline ......,,. Davis, Anita ...... Davis, Christine . . . Davis, Del Sula. . . Dav'is, Mrs. J.F. ., Davis, John ..,,,,,, Davis, Ross Doyle .... Davis, Davis, ....s6 ..... 95 ...........l3,54 43,77,ll1,l29,155 .36,3s,54,137,17z . . . . 77,123,129 . . . .36, 39, 77,143 ...........95 .......11 ... 43,83 ...... 13,54 ...........77 ... 1z,31,4z,54 ........... 95 .......95,l35 ....4l,95,l35 .........12,4z,7s ..............95 4z,45,7s,1o5,1o6 couch, Pati ..... ... zz,z3,z6,z9,46,54,14z 153,l58,l6Z,165,l79 45,78,l34 ......41,95 ..95,l33,139 .........15 .... 13,55 ....95 ...55 36,3s,s6,144,156 .... ......95 ... 4l,86,l44 ...13,4e,1s ...4z,45,s6 ....16,151 .....55 ............4l,78 Sandra .......................... 96 Walter . . . . . 22, Davison, Ginger ..,,,, Davison, Peggy . . . DeBusk, Lee Roy . . Dennis, Judy .....,, Densrnore, David , , , Dill, Doyt ........... Dillashaw, Ila Fay. . . . . 23,3 9,s6,144,15s,176 ....4z,7s,111,15z ...........l2,55 .....3O,3l,56,l55 .... z6,36,4z,a6,144 .. .... .... lll 3 9,96,138,139,153 Oliilililflll Dillashaw, Leola . . . Dillashaw, Shelbia . . . Dillashaw, Verneil . . . Doggett, Leon ..... Dorsey, Edward . . . Dooley, Radnia , , . Dooley, Shirley . . . . Drewery, Kenneth . . . Dunlap, Cecil .... . . Dunlap, Chelly .... Dunlap, Katie. . . Dunn, Kathy , . . Dunn, Nelda . . . Dunn, Willie . . . Early, Carol .... Elliot, Coleta... Elliot, Sarah .... Ellis, Jimmy ...,. English, Martha . . . . Etheredge, Edwin . Evans, Barbara . . , Farr, Betty Sue . . Feagan, Jimmy . , , . Feagan, Shirley , . , . 86 ....4Z ....86 ....86 87 56 13,56 137 ...4Z,96 96 ....45 96 ....l3,56 .. ...4l,96 E 78 ........78 ......32.,4l,78 .. 78,105,107,l34 ...........41,87 . ....56 F l3,4Z,87 z,zz,z3,33,96,1o5,111 1z9.133,13v,1s3 . .... 33,36,sv,11o,1se Ferrell, Richard . . . ............ 87,129 Fields, A. E. .... ............... 1 5 F5-n1eY, Carol ..... ...... 9 6 Finley, Nancy .......... . . . 41, 78 Flathmann, Rev. Henry ,, ,.... ll Flickinger, J. M. ....................... 15 Flint, Shirley ...................... 56, 150 Fornby, David ...... 3l,3Z,36,38,56,l4Z,l80 Forbes, Eugene . . . Forester, Valentine Forester, Wade . . . Forgerson, Nancy. . Fort, Donnie ..... Fowler, Ralph , , , Fox, Floyd ...... Foy, Basil ....... Franklin, Carl ... Frazier, Jerry . . . French, Joyce ..... Fry, J,erry........ ..................43,78 ..................4l.,96 ..zz,31,3z,33,36,56,111 153, 169, 175 .... ..78 .......2,78 ........43,96 ...36,3s,41,sv ....39,96,135 13,31,57,1ez .... ........43,96 Fry, Mickey. .12,17, 2a,29,32,41, 57,158,161 Clarenceoueoonoooulbunuooollou87 FOR THOSE HAVING DESIRE Galloway, Jane. . Gardner, Don ..... Gardner, Jimmy . . . Gardner, Terry .... Gay, Lawanna .... Gee, Gaylon. . . Gerald, Pat . . . Geron, Joyce .... Gibbs, J. B. ..... . Gibson, Frankie . . . Gillilan, Cynthia . . . . . Gilmore, Jimmy . . . Gladson, Gary. . . . Glass' Sanunysloua Goettsche, Glenna . . . Goetts che, Jenelle . . . Gomez, Manuel .... Gonzales, Casey .... Gonzales, Victoria . Graham, Neoma ..... Grant, Gary. . . . ...13.37 ...43,96 ...,sv .. 43.96 100 .......41.73 16.21.122 oonulcnoooosol 41396 16,l7,128,129,133 saoaoassaocol36I87 .............. 96 ..l23,142,l47,153 .............96 ....'96.105:128 31.36.53 ,,,3l,36,58,11l ............87 ...........96 .....87 .......87 2.30.73 Gray, Ann........-.................... 41 Green, Carrol..................78,124,137 Green, Haro1d...31,58,113, l21,123,130, 137 Green, Janice........................42,96 Green, Virginia . . . . . . . Greer, Berry.......... Greer, La May.......... Gregory, Mary Frances. . . . Grice, Bonnie ......... Griffin, Jerry .......... Grimsley, Lee Roy .... Guelker, Gayle ...... Guelker, Peggy .... Guthrie, Gerald ...... Gutierrez, Lorenza .... Guy, Jan............. H Hagler, Jan .... Hagler, Robert . . . Halbert, J. W. .... . Hale, Hale, Hale, Barbara ......... Coavert Lynn. . . . . Merlene. . . . . . . 26 ..... .........13,87 .............96 ...30,87,155,180 ...........96 ..............81 ..........,...5s ..29,31,39,78,l35 ..,41,4z,87,144,1v3 .......... 45,89 ..............87 ....41,96,1Z9,136 aounsoooc4l-596 ....96,l39 96 ....12,17,18 ooo asooono45p96 ..............43,96 , 29, 31, 36, 38, 58,142 145,141,1so,15z,15s,161,17s Hale, Hall, Hall, Peggy . , , sandra. . . .13,22, 36,41, 58, 153,161,180 Eleanor soouonososnoooou ...42,78 Hamilton, Phil ..... Hamilton, Scott . . . Hammonds, Yvonne Hand, Barbara .... Hankins, Kenneth. . Hanks, Billy ...... Hardin, Aubrey . . . Hardin, Dwain . . . Hardin, Jimmy . . . Harris, Logan .... Harris, Oscar ...... Hartgraves, Bobby one Hartgraves, Brice . . . Harvell, Frank ..... Harvell, Kenneth .... Harvey, James .... Harvey, Sammy . . . Harvey, Turner . . . Has sell, Chris .... Headstream, Lela . Hefner, Raymond . . . Henderson, Harvey Hendley, Roy Dean . . . Hendricks, Barry. . Hendricks, Ray . . . Hendrix, Lavonne-. Herring, Mike ....... Herrington, Frank . . . Herron, Margaret,29,3 .......... 88 ... 79,129,143 .......... 79 ........ 88 ....... 96 GIOUOICOOS8 ...30, 88,129 .........96 .......96 .........88 OIOIOOIIIO96 ....88, 124,129 ,.,.96,111,128 aunnos41gl-35 OlIClCl135 ... 88,129,136 ,,..96,105,133 osnoousossonosnooogb oooloalooosoonslloo96 1,4 Higgins, Alice .......... Higgins, Cleedos .... Hill, Annie ........ Hill, Miss Marie . . . Hobbs, Harroll . . . Holbrook, Patsy . . . . Holdridge, Royce . . . Holleway, Lee ..... Holley, C. L, .... . Holley, Leon ........ Hollingsworth, Theora.. . . Hollis, La June . . . Hope, Jo Ann .... Hopkins, Wanda . . . Howard, Morgan .... Howe, Worth ....... Howe, Mrs. Worth. . . . 13,41,42, 58, 150, 152 ..........15,16,l7 .............41,96 ....79 ...... 88 ....97,135 ......88 .............41.97 usnsoancaouou43g97 1,42,58,150,152, 162 .......97 .............79 .......17,37,157 . . .. 88,124,136,l82 ....13,21, 58,165 ....... 30,79 .......43,88 .......88,133, 137 ............97.133 ..Z2,23,88,105,106 144,153,1s4,1s4 13,z6,33,36,ss,181 .............42,97 ....4z,4s,79 ........88,l44 .........J6,17,43 ... ..12, 18, 151,158 Hubbard, Linda ..... . . . Hudgins, Charles ..... .. Hudgins, Sue .......... 12, 39, 97,150, 159,192 Hudspeth, Robert . . . 26, 32, 36, 38, 59, 142,158 Hu11weg,FatherF. J....... .... .........11 . 41, 97,150, 160,172 59,124,l37,142, 158 Johnson, Carole. TO ACHIEVE GREATER HEIGHTS Jameson, Melba Jamison, Billy.. J 40,4l, 94, 97, 111, 119, 135 153,157 Jarvis, Peggy. . . . ................... . . 59 Jay, Jimmie . .... . . 26, 32, 36, 38, 59,113,142 Jeffrey, Patsy . . Jetton, Clyde T. . . . 145, 147, 152, 154, 156, 160 ..................41,88 .... l2,l6,,18 Johnson, Carroll .... Johnson, Daryl. . Jones, Carolyn. . . Jones, Clyde . . . Jones, Jones, Jones, Ruth Ann .... Guy .... . K Kearney, Carroll .... Kearney, John ..... Kearney, Thelma ..... Kelly, Billy ........ . Kemp, Gloria ..... Kennedy, James .... Kennedy, Ray ...... ,. 26,41,60, 142,150 .........43,97,135 . . . .29, 79, 154 .. 97,128,145 .. ..... . ....... 43,97 Larry. .... ............31,41,60,179 32, 76, 79, 116, 118,143 156, 157, 186 . . . .97, 133, 137 .. ..... ......43,79 ....... .......... ....79 . . 27,40,4l,46, 79,153 ......13,32,42,79 ononoooooeoolosouocn .....................88 Kennon, Donald. ..31,36,60,136, 142, 147,192 Kinsey, Ki-rbyeoononoc no U ........ .... ...160 Kent, Joe Bob... ............ 30,60,155,162 Kidd, Betty Sue......................42.79 Killen, John Edd. . . . 27,29,31, 76, 79, 116,143 Killen, Mrs. J'.E. .. Kincaid, Roland .. King, Bobby .... King, Henry ...... Kirgen, Ranny ,....., Kirkland, Joe Don .... iirkpatrick, Bill ...... Kirkpatrick, Wanda... 154,157 .......14 ... ...U88 ...... ...97 . . .40,41, 60, 179 .... 41,97 30, 41, 60,142, 176 40, 41, 88, 105, l'83 Lamm, Jerry. . . . . . Landers, Beverly . . . Landers, Joy .... Lane, Frank,,., Lane, Jody ..... Lanier, Jolene. . . Larry, Lloyd .... Lawrence, E. M. . Lawrence, E. M, Lawrence, Jackie . Jr. .... . . . 84, 89,105,137 ...13,45,6o,134 ....1a,45,9v ........6o .... 23,60 ......... 89 ............. 97 .....9,1o,1v,154 36,38,9Z,l33,l52 31, 32, 60, 105,131,132 136,142 Lawrence, Jean ....... 30,31,61,llO, 152,155 Lay, Jerry ............................. 97 Lee, John .... . . .22,'23,28,29,40,41,46,61 150, 153, 154, 158, 161, 165 Leonard, Jack ............. 61, 122,124, 155 Leonard, Mary Jane .... ...... 8 9, 105,108 Lewis, Joyce ......... ......... 4 5,89 Lewis, Kenneth .... .... 3 O, 31, 61, 155 Lewis, Roy ...... ........ 8 9, 135 Lewis, Sue ..... . . .40, 41, 42, 97 Lindly, James .... ........ 3 0, 79 'Lindly, Thomas ,.,. .... 1 3 .. ,97 Lindsey, Celeste . . . . . . ...... . . . . 30, 79,152 Lind sey, Jackie 97 Lightfoot, Ann. . .13, 28, 29, 32, 34, 36, 38, 46, 62 104, 105, 114, 147, 154,156, 158 161, 164,170,172 Littlefield, Dale .......... . . 89, 129,133,136 Livingston, Loeb, Ann ...... . . Jean..... .............97 26, 29, 31, 32, 36, 39, 62, 147 150, 153, 156, 163,165 Loeb, Irving . . . ................. . .10 Loeb, Jane. . . 27, 36, 39, 89, 144 Loeb, Peter ..... ......... Z 7, 39, 97 Lollar, Martha .... ............. 9 7 Lollar, Pat . .'. . . . .79 McAfee, Mrs. Richard .... 18,19, 39, 149,151 McBride, Penny. . McCarley, Larry. ..... .... . .... ... 39,97 z6,4o,41,97,17s iouri, Mavadean .... 20, 34, 41, 42, 97, 111,145 149, 155, 183 iownslar, Joe . . . . . . . . 43, 79, 160, 175 Iraft, Julia ...... . . . . 13, 26, 36, 39, 89, 144 luykendall, Donal . . . . . .... . . . . . . . 97, 1933 L .ambert, C. . ....... 10 .arnbert,Gene..... ..... ,........89 ,ambert, Raymond . . . . . . 43, 97,129,152 McCormick, La Ne McCright, Jackie . . . . . 32, 41, 62, 149, 161,171 lle ........ . . . . ..... 39, 89 McCright, Wendell ...................... 97 McCutchan, Ruth .... . . . .... 42, 45, 80 McDonald, Edna. . . ....... . .80 McDonald, Jessie . . . .... . . 89 McDonald , Sue .... ...... 8 0 McDonne1, June . . . . . 89. 187 McDougle, Ken . . . McElroy, LaRay . . McFarlen, Lyndell .... . . ....30,80 ...62,125 ....62 MCIVCI, Jerrysooon cueosonnosuoo97 McFarlen, Ordella . . McGlothing, Jerry. . . . Malone, Joe..... McKeeha.n, Dale . . . . McKinney, Bonnie . . . . . McLaughlin, Howard . . . McNeal, Bobby . . . . . McNeal, Donny . . . McQueen, Duane. . . . . M Mann, Willard. , . . Marchant, Jill .... Mardis, James . . .. Madison, Gene . . . Mayo, Christine . . . . Mays, Ed ....... Mays, Mrs. Ed .... Melton, Lanelle ... Meyer, Gayle ...... AMERICKS YOUTH KNOWS .. ...... .97 ,,,,40,41,80 .. 89.131.02.137 OIOIOIUIOII97 Illliillll ... 80,125, 137 lllllll 89,129,136 oolnnnsoo ..,. 30,39,79 ... 42,98,l1l .........98 ....... 89 .... 89 ....l61 ..................18 ...................89 , . .,2Z, 23, 26, 36, 38, 39, 80 110,143,181 Meyer, Henry lBubbaJ. . . . 84,90,11l,124,129 Miller, Alseon . . . Miller, Delano . . . Miller, Lou Ella . . . Miller, Mary Ann . . . Millett, Wendellene .. Monks, Donald.......... Montgomery, Franzas. . . Montgomery, R. L. . ., . . . Moore, Gayle . . . . , . Moore, Ola . .. . . . Moore, Watson . . . 136,144,159 .. 4l,42,45,80,l6l ................89 ....32,45,8O ........9o ............... 98 .............31,6z 32, 36, 38, 39, 80, 178 62, 130, 132,138, 139 .............39,98 nooassooavao .....40,41,62,142,l47 Morgan! oocnososnoonoaaaoaonnnns Morris, Douglas.........................98 Morris, John C...3l,62, 1l1,122,l25,149,l54 Morris. Myrtice.....................42,90 Morris, Rosemary. ., . . Morris, Stanley ...... Morrison, Anne ....., Morrison, Miss Leona Moss, Marilyn ....... Mounce, Gerald ..., Mulanax, Hoyt ..... Murray, Patricia .... N Neal, Helen. . . . . . Neal Laurae . . . . . . . Neatherlin, Mary. , , , ...39,4Z,98 lllllllilll ....12,27,45,9O ll' anasanals .........l3,80 .....Q.9O,l29,l37 ...62,15l,164,183 ..........98,145 ...... 62 ..,..80,l6l oons13,63 Neeper, Jimmie . . . . Neeper, Marcia . . . . Neeper, ... 43,90 IDIIUBIIBIIOOU R,obertlllI0lDlIQlUDDDlilllllilllga Neeper, Thelma. . . . . . .l3, 22, 23.29, 32. 45. 63 114, ll8,l34, 150,l53, 157,161 Newton, Raysnuannouuuaouaone1731851223136 Newsom, Donata . . . Nichols, Wayne. . . Nichols, Peggy. . . Nickens, Jimmy . . . Oden, Pat ...... Odom, Barney . . Odom, Betty .... Odom, Billy .... Odom, Mary . , . . Odom, David . . . Ohlenbusch, A. J Ohlhausen, Dean Olvera, Adolph. Olvera, Angel. . . Overton, J. G. . . Pace, ...........91 ....41,98 .,,,42,45,80 .. 63,135,153 .......98 ...43,98 ..........80 .........43.98 ....36,38.45.63 39 98 llililllill lillillll I , fSonnyl.....34,80,l43,l73 .......... ............98 .....39.94,98,153 .,..64,l25,l27,l37 ..........7,19,27 Gary.....................93,139,156 Pace, Joy..34,40,4l,80,l05,107,143,167,169 Palafox, Refugio..................... 43,98 Palmer, Shirley. . . . Panzer, Larry . . . Parish, Glynn . . . . . Parish, Leland . . . . . . Parker, Gerry. . . . . . Patterson, Rev., A.L. . . Patterson, Pat. . . . . . Patterson, Marilyn . . . Patton, Dorothy ., . . ., . Patton, Norma . . . . Pearce, Molly . . . , ...................36,98 Peeples, Edwin....... 22 ....13,33,36,64,l8l .....43,80, 111,155 ... 64,12.4, 126,136 OIIOOOIIOIDIOOQO .....4Z,98 llllllllllll .... l9,4l,l50 ... .36,38,39,80 .... 26,90. 144 000.00500 ,23,27,29,31,43,80 . l16,1l8,l43,l47,154,'l57 Peeples. Gracie..................... 45,98 Pemberton, Joan ..........................98 Pembroke, Alton .... Pendleton, Ruby . . . Pennell, Charles . . . . Perez, Julio . . , , , Perry, John. ., . , , ................. 31,64,126 Perry, Mrs. John...,, ...41,90 ......90 .. 64,135 .........98 CIQOIIIIIUDIIDIIUIOL64 Peters. Caro1yn.32,39,41.64,a1,105,107,181 Phelps. R0na1d.......................44,64 Phillips, Herman.,,, U. 40,41 .10 THAT NOTHING IS MORE EXPENSIVE Phillips, Richard. . . . Pickett, Sally . . . . . . Pillow, Charles . . . . Pinnell, Jane. . . . . . Pittman, Carolyn . . . . Pitts, Gerald. . . . . . Pollard, Martha . . . Polnack, Betty Jo . . ....30,39 o0conuo40 boloofllga l3,36,42 41,98,111 41,s1,15o oolsosloolgs ........98 22,23,91,l05,126,129 144,180,189 3O,43,99 . . . .36, 39,4-2, 91 ........ 99 Porter, Euell .... Porter, Ronald , . Porter, Royce . . . Posey, Powell Powell, ....157 ......81 .... 98 E. B......................15,16,19 , Rev. Roland. . . .22, Powers, William . . . . 23,8l,111,l26, 137,188 . .... . .......... ...98 . .... .......... 90 ...33,90, 144,176 Price, Beverly ...... Price, Donald ...... Price, Jimmie Ray .... Price, Roy ........ Price, Sue ....... Priest, Jeanette... Proctor, Delmer. . . . . . .. . 45, 81, 134 ...............30,90 15 Pruitt, Beverly. . . . . Z, 41, 42, 98,105,106,156 Pullig, Bettye Joyce 34, 3 Puckett, Mr s. Hayden. 6,38,9o,119,144 157 0,44,81,l26,143 Pullig, Gerald ............ 3 Purrington, Dan . . . 26, 27, 29, 30, 32, 36, 39, 46 64, 145, 147, Purrington, Rev. Robert G. ............... 11 Purrington, Sue. . . . . . . Purvis, LuJean. . . . . . R Rasberry, Beverly .... 9 4, 98 Rainey, Leslie ........ Ratliff, Jerry ...... Rea, Marilyn... Rea, Myrna ...... Reed, Bobby . . ..... . . Reeves, Clay Jack ..... Reeves, Virginia . . . . . . Reyes, Ni1da........... Rhode s, Sandra ..... .35 Rhone, Lois Mae . . . Rhoten, Pete ..... Ribble, Joe ........... Richardson, Bobby .... Richardson, Margaret. Riherd, Carl ......... Roberts, Betty Jean . . . 153,158,165, 179 13, 26, 39, 90,144 ........Z6,4Z,98 ,111,119,153,157 ...133,l44 . ......64 22, 30, 39, 81 143 .ann- 2 3,76,8l,117,l26 136,154,175 ........36,39,98,190 13,45,64 40,4l,42, 98,105,108 141, 145, 149, 185 .... .36,91 .............9l us.: -:nos .enu- .........99,139 27,40,41, 81, 153 , . . 27, 39, 98,153 Roberts, David . . . . . Roberts, Ross .... Rogers, Garrett ..... Rogers, Lanita ...,.., Rogers, Martha Lee .... Rogers, Maydeen . . , , . Rogers, Mondel .... Romine, Zona .... Ross, E. L. ,,.. . Rosser, Peggy . . . Rowan, Jackie . . . Rowan, J.D. ..... . Rowan, Margaret ..... Royall, Christine ..... Rudd, Rushing, Ray ......... Rushing, Mrs. Ray Rutherford, Bennie .... S Sanders, Dorothy. . . . ....81 ...15 ......99 ....30,31 ...36,99 ........... ....91 Connie . . . .76, 81, 105, 117, 126,159,173 . . . . . 16,19, 30,44, 153 153 . ....... 15, 20,130 ..............45,99 Savage, Billy ........ . . . ..... 16, 2.0,12.8, 133 Schlueter, Jerelene, Scott, Charles ...... Scott, Maurice . . . Scott, Wesley. . . Sealy, Carol .... . . Sealy, Elinor . . . Sears, Suzanne. . . . . Sedberry, Peggy ...... 13, 32, 45, 64,134,162 .. 32,43, 65,155,159 ...............43,99 . 29,31,35,41,81,111 ............35,4l,9l ..29,31,36,39,81,l88 Sessums, Grady ...... Shackelford, Jerry 22, 23, 31, 50, 65,1l1, 114 118, 13O,132, 137,153,157,165 Shackelford, Mary Lee. Shannon, Mrs. Ray. , . . Sharpe, D. A ........ Sharpe, Mrs. D.A., . Shedd, Mary Lou .... Shelfer, Teddy ........ Sheridan, Miss Laura. . Shifflett, Peggy ....,.. Shilling, Clara Jo ..... Shilling, Cloyd ........ ............36,42,99 Shaffer, Dorlene ...,... . . . .19, 20, 26,149,151 ll . .... . ......... 41,65 .19,zo,31,3z,151,16o ...............45,99 ..81,124,127,137,143 Shoemaker, Glenda . . . . ........... . . 82,111 Shoemaker, Pat .... Shuff, Glenda ..,.. Shuler, Doris ..,. Sims, Forrest . . . Sims, Jackie .... Sims, J.D .,.,, Sims, Wesley . . . 29,33,65,111 34, 36, 94, 99 ..82 99 . . . 43, 99 66 THAN IGNORANCE . . . GATEWAY Sipe, Floy . . . Smith, Evelyn .......................... 99 Smith, Frank. - .22, 29, 31, 82, 117, 127,143,177 Smith, J. D ............. 20, 122, 135,149,153 Smith, Jack . . .................. 36 Smith, Joy ........ ....... 4 5,99 Smith, Ted ......... .... 3 0, 82, 188 sollcoouocllloogl Snyder, Bobby Lee , . . , SORelle, Billie Ruth.......,....,,45,82,134 Thomas, Maxye. . . . Thomas, Toby . . . . . . Thompson, Bessie . . . . Thompson, Ross. . . . Tidwell, Raymond . . . Trowbridge, Lalah . . Truly, Mrs. Bette . . . . South, Charles ...... .... Z2,23,39,41.46p82 South, Olaf .......... ..... 8 ,10,105,151 Spain, Windell .................... ....... 9 9 Sparkman, Mrs. Phil ............... 20.134 Spillers, Buddy ..... 82,105, 127, 129, 157, 169 Spradlin, Charles ................... 82.143 Spradlin, Neta ...... .... 9 1 Spradlin, Dowell .... .... 9 9 Sproul. Sue ....... .................. 6 6 Steakley. Bob .......................... 82 Stephens, Cleoma , . , . . 13, 22, 30, 32, 35,4l, 66 l10,l15,152,l53,159,17? Stephenson, Gera1d...................4l,9l Stewart, Laine ....... . . . .... . . 39 Stewart, Wanda ........ . . . 91 Stiles, Miss George .... .-.. . 21 Stockton, Patsy ...... ............. 4 5.91 Stoner Billy ..... .................... 8 2 Stone. Donald .......... 82,105,129,137,180 Stone, Raymond .,........ . ........... 9 9,128 5t1'iCk1and. Durwood ............ ' ........ 91 Stroman, Betty ......., Summers, Larry. . 84,91,1ll,129,144,l57, 184 Supulver, Norman ...,. uuoouuusuouoco91p189 .................l39 Tucker, Tom ....... Turner, George .... Turner, Margaret . . . Turner, Mike ...... , I O I Dill Illl9Z Thomas, Rocille. . . . . . 23, 32,43, 50, 66,111, 150 ooslnluoolooolcoolgg 152,153,155 ..J3,45,66,134 .... 39.99.156 .....92,135 .... .... 36,99 ..l3,16,2l,l5l .... ...... .92 ll! OOIOOOU ...30,66, 152 ....40.41.99 V Ceciliolillliilll l9llllBlOll.39.1o9 Vinson, Mrs. Garland.,..,.16,l8,2l,l45,l5l W Wade, Ann........... ....39,l00,l45,190 Wadlington, Wallace.... ............. 100 wafer, Don-announcers Waggener, Bascom . . . Walker, Walker, Dflyniucosoo Elbert..-.--5. . .,4l, 82, 139 . .... 41,190 ouaososaaols consul caosna ..,13,16,21,l54 seasons .....100 ...... 100 .... 13,45,82 Walker, Miss Marian .... Walker, Nettie. ...... Walker, Randal . . . Wallin, Pat ....., Walton, Beaulah .'. Walton, Emogene . . . Wells, Martha . , , . Supulver, Mrs. Norman T Talbot, Billy ...... Tanner, Alton ...... Tanner, Margaret .., Tansil, Patricia. ..,,.,, .................l39 -...99 uoocosugl nun soos ...99 .... 36,38,82 Ta-Y101'. Charles .......... ...... 3 0,82 Taylor, Charles James .... .. 22,199,135 Taylor, Rev. Darrell ,,., ,,,,,,,, 1 1 Taylor, Dewitt ....... ....,,, 9 1 Taylor, L. B. .... ................ 9 2,183 Taylor, Marcelle .................... 45,99 Taylor, Reba... .... l3,29,32,36,66,158,165 Teague. Bobby ........... Q .......... 99,133 Tempelron. Carolyn .... 1z,99, 105,108 Terry, La Nell Terry, Shelbia. Teubner, Belva :annals census 13'45,66 sues suuogz Teubner, Lance.... ,,,,85 Wann, Lowell .,.,. Warden, Jaunita. . . Ware, Dowling . . . Ware, Larry . . . Ware, Noma . . . Watts, Jimmy ..., Watson, J. Paul .. Watson, Olen ...... Weaver, Jennifer .... Webster, Deon ...... . . . 13, 33, 182 .....92,129 ............1O0 ....'......l00,l33 .,. 29,3l,33,36,8Z ........ 36,339,92- ..........31,66 .........149 .... 30,44,92 noooloaaoooooooounlll 28, 29, 66 158 ououcvoccn 3 Weems, Bob . , .22,23,43,92, 11l,119,127, 157 Weems, Joan.............,32,36,42,83, 143 Welch, Mrs. Caffey....,........ Wells, Carolyn ..,..,.,,.,. .21,15l,158 inoaouoosuoasgggz Wells, Kay....... ...32,36,38,66,l54,l65 Whatley, Roland .... Wheeler, Patsy . . . Whisenant, W, B, , Whitaker, Sandra . . , White, Ann ....... aouaqaaoooonoso39p10o sauna: sosooaoaao36 osoaooolo41g83 ...40,4l,83, 135 Oiliiiililoo ...13,4z,9z TO LEARNING NEVER CLOSES White, I1-is ........ ........ . . .67, 152 Whitworth, Shirley .... .......... 4 1,42,92 Whorton, Don ............ 4l,83, 133,138,139 Wideman, Tommy. . .'2, 22, 23, 83,139,143, 190 Wilkinson, Johnny .................. 100, 129 Wilkinson. M. F. ,....................... 92 Williams, Douglas ............... 30, 67, 155 Williams, Nan. . . 18, 41, 100, 111, 141, 149, 155 wiuiams, Robert .............. 29, 39,41,83 Wortham, Glenn . . . , . . . 41, 92 Wright, Marlene ..... , , , 100 Wyrick, Willie Mae . . . . . . 41, 92 Y Yarbrough, Hazel .... 32, 36, 38, 39, 50, 67, 107 115, 153, 156, 161, 162, 178 Yates, Mrs. E.J, .............3,2l,149,151 Wilson, Rev. George R .................. 11 Yeager, Charles, . , , ,,,,,,,,, , . , 92 Wilson, Sara ..... 26, 29, 31, 32, 36, 83,143,191 Young, Edwin ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,... 1 00 Wilson, Wylie ....................... 41, 83 Young, Peggy. ...................... 41, 100 Winn, Janette . . . . . .42,100 Young, Ken ,,,. 31, 32, 49, 67, 115, 127, 135, 154 Wolf, Peggy ...... . . . 13, 41, 92 Younger, Kathryn ..,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, 3 9, 41, 100 Womack, Jackie ..... ...... 8 3 Womack, Thomas .,.. , ,9Z, 133 Z Wood, Sammie ..... ..... 1 00 Wood, Zelma . . . . . . 92 Zeigler, Jeanne . . . . . . 12, 42, 100, 172 EDITOR BUSINESS MANAGER Carole Allen FRESHMAN EDITOR Shirley Feagan JUNIOR EDITOR Larry Ware Nancy Forgerson ASSOCIATE EDITOR Larry Ware ADVERTISING MANAGER Roy Price SOPHOMORE EDITOR Julia Calvert SENIOR EDITOR LaJ'une Hollis SPORTS EDITOR FACULTY EDITOR JimmY Feagan ACTIVITY SECTION EDITOR Shirley Palmer Shirley Palmer ASSISTANT ACTIVITY SECTION EDITOR Jane Beall ORGANIZATION EDITOR ART EDITOR Roy Price Hoyt Mulanax INDEX CO-EDITORS Shirley Feagan and Judy Calvert ADVISER Ben Brock '-- -. 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