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

 - Class of 1955

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NE WMAN HIGH SCHOOL MAIN BUILDING TU HIEET CHHLLEHBES TU CUHIE HEU T0 GUIUHHCE HDHIIHISTHHTIUH SIIHUUL BUHHD UUUHS HHD EUSIUIJIHHS HELIGIUUS IUURHEBS FHCUUU M,....f-an 4.. krwys E. iii 2 WM, 9 A W5 3' ii' V. iii if ' , ,NLM - -,,- Q ':-,'I- . .,.,. . 1, -3 H, My K 4. S ,,2se.vrww..wNf nas--I ,mf an 4.12 1.5. f' Y SUPERIHTEHDEHT SUUTH HULIJS 'HEU' PUSITIUH Olaf G. South, super- intendent of the Sweetwater Public Schools, has become avital part of Newman High School inhis continuous work and cooperation with teachers and students. With muc h experience in s c h o o 1 administration, Mr. South has efficiently met the responsibilities as superintendent of s c h 0 o 1 s for three year S. Other activities such as chur c h andcivicorganizations occupy a part of the busy schoo1rnan's time also. It can truly be said that Mr. South is an "important key to Newman High School" and a friend to all. NM PART OF DAILY SCHEDULE--Superinten- dent Olaf G. South checks through the office filing cabinet during atypical busy day rou- tine. EFFICIEHT UIUHH UF IIIHHH KEEPS SCHUUL UH TUP ..1:h Seven men, representing an array of businesses and professions comprise the Sweet- water Independent School District Board of Trustees. Serving without salary, they em- ploy and di s c h ar g e teachers, look after school maintenance, and many other things to help improve schools in Sweetwater. Members of the Board are, LEFT TO RIGHT: tseatedj, J.M. Lawrence, Irving Loeb, John Miner, Ed Aiken, C.E. Lambert, Hudson Lincoln, and Wade Forester. Standing are Olaf G. South, superintendent of schools, and Mondel Rogers, school tax collector. Mrs. Caffey W e l c h, secretary to the superintendent, tabulates some statistics as part of her daily routine in keeping vital records. 11 ,, 4 Neff A , lg: - fgf? 9 a L swf' FL, Probably one of the busiest per- soxs around Sweetwater High School is Ben Brock, assistant principal. His administrative duties began at the beginning of the school year, and he is completing his sixth year as a teacher in S H S The versatile young man has taughtjournalism for six years and has served as director of publica- tions for the school newspaper and yearbook during that time. HSSISTHHTS HELP PHIHCIPHL TEHUHEHS, STUDENTS ADDING ABSENTEES--Mrs. Worth Howe records students' attendance, only one of the many jobs she has performed daily in her two y e a. r s as secretary to the principal at New- man High School. BUSH CUUHS EEEIJ STUDENTS, TEHCHEHS While students and teachers are busyin various rooms during the morn- ing the Newman High School cooks are busy in the c afe te ria preparing the noon meal for about 180 hungry students and teachers. They begin work about 7 o'clock in the morning and are finished when they have completed cleaning up after lunch has been served. Head cook is Mrs Ed Killen right Mrs Jack Wright is her assistant. Various students help serve during the noon hour rush. SHINING THEM UP--As the noon crowd of students and te ac h e r s finishes its meal, the student assistants conclude their regular dutie s in the cafeteria. They are fleft to rightj, ShirleyBoi1es, Ethel Hassel, Sue Finch, and Sue Price. The bus drivers like many others in Newman High School have a big responsibility. They are up at the "crack of dawn" to take the many students to school and are busy until Sundown returning them to their homes. Most of the drivers are teach- ers at Newman High School or one of the other Sweetwater schools. NERVES OF STEEL are needed by the bus drivers, who are, fleft to rightj, Jack McMillin, John McKay, Jerry Smith, Bob Owens, J.M. Flickinger, Lloyd McCoy, Floyd Midkiff, and Raymond Hefner. RUS DRIVERS, SUSTURIRRS RUR TU PROGRESS The busiest of the busy-b o d i e s of Newman High School are the cus- todians, whose duties are many and va r i e d. They clean the main building, gym, band hall, old build- ing, and many times the campus. The y are fre- quently seen r eplacing light bulbs, r epair ing broken desks, and doing other oddjobs. They know their duties and strive to keep the building in tip- top condition. ,U ' ' . 'F' KEEP IT CLEAN--The custodians of Newman High School are, Qleft to rightj, J.M. Flickinger, Elmer Baskett, Jack Mclviillin, N.P. Lewis,and Jim Kyle. 15 BUSH STHFF FINDS 'THINGS TU DU' FULL HOUSE--In this Cage' it is all of Sara Wilson, Virginia Reeves, Ann Wade the office girls getting into the act at once. Sue Hudgins. Rosemary Morris. PennyMc Ther e are only two at a time working Bride, Ruth McCutchan, Laurae Neal during the six regular periods and during Jeanne Zeigler, and Mary Beth Absher Bible class. Girls, LEFT TO RIGHT are: Carolyn Templeton is not Shown. Pat Wallin, Beverly Pruitt, Jane Beall, NEW NEWMANITES--Mrs. Charles Nunn, standing, and Mrs. Hoyt Byrd, secretary to the principal, discuss the attendance record of a busy day. Mrs. Nunn came to Newman High at midterm as the new sec- retarial training and typing teacher. Mrs. Byrd also assumed her duties at midterm. IUIDING THE YOUTH--These men represent the :hurches of Sweetwater and te ac h a Bible class :very Wednesday in Newman High School. Stand- ng fleft to rightj are: Gerald P. McCollom, Pirst Methodistg Travis Darby, Highland Heights viethodistg O. D. Carpenterh W e s t Side Baptistg lichard A. Chilton, First Christianp A.L. Pat- terson, Fundamental Baptistg G e o r g e Andrews, Nazarene: Jack S 1 au g ht e r, Lutherang Charles Mayo, educational director at First Baptist. Sitting Qleft to right! are: Robert Bowden, Church of Godg J. T. Marlin, Fourth and Elm Church of Christ: and F. J. I-Iulweg, Sacred Heart Catholic. Not Shown is George R. Wilson, regular teacher for the First Baptist class. IHIHISTEHS HSSIST STUIJEHTS IH BIBLE STUDU 'SEEK YE FIRST THE KINGDOM OF GOD" --Reviewing heir lessons before Bible class are Cleft to rightl Mary Xlice Dammann, Donald Stone, Joan Weems, and Lauretta Bunn. Besides the six regular classes each day, there are Bible classes on Wednesday. Minis te r s of the various churches of Swe e tw ate r come to guide the students in their studyof the Old and New Testaments. Students attend the class of their choice. I7 I-IOYT BYRD Diversified Occupations FROM 'DOWN SOUTH AMER- ICAN WAY'----Elizabeth QBun- nyj Seifert, junior from Brazil, D. C. ANDREWS MISS LOUISE BEN BROCK Asst. Coach BOLLINGER Asst. Principal Gen. Math I-lomemaking Publications Journalism MISS EDITH BALDRIDGE English Speech TEHCHIHG HEVEHl flirt!-an lflkvsknf is registered by Principal John - White . 6 BILL DAVIS MRS. J. FRANK DAVIS PAT GERALD Assistant Coach Homemaking Athletic Director General Science Civics Biology Physics EU TU PHUGHESS iffxiwg, RAYMOND HEFNER Woodwork Mechanical Drawing NEW SCHOOLBLUE- PRINTS ----- Hoyt Byrd, Raymond Hefner, Worth Howe, and Ray Rushing, LEFT TO RIGHT, teach- ers in the old building, look over plans for the new vocational building which will be finished soon. Q50 m.,,L., ,M . A ,gk gy Q5 ,fre 7 K we ww, 6 9 A wx- N '? Q r A., ,,.. 5,.V:g WN' r M. MRS. W.R. NORRED J.G. OVERTON E.C. lPatj PATTERSON English Mathematics Band FIELDS FUR UUUTH RAY RUSHING General Metal s B .G. SAVAGE Basketball Coach General Math Junior Business "AND HE WILL SAY ....., " says Miss Edith Bald- ridge, speech instructor, to Sarah Elliot and Ross Thompson at the rehearsal of the play, "Our Hearts Were Young and Gay." 2.2 MRS. FLORENCE SPARKMAN Girls' P. E. American History MRS. BETTE TRULY Commercial MISS LAURA SHERIDAN MISS GEORGE STILES TERENCE TRAVLAND English Mathematics American History FHCUHU OFFERS GUIUH STUDENT COUNCIL COUN- SEL.. Miss Loui s e Bollinger helps Jane Loeb, junior, and Edwin Peeples, senior, in stu- dent council plans for c oming events. MRS. GARLAND VINSON MISS MARIAN WALKER MRS. ENT. YATES English Librarian E1'1gliSh Z, CUUHSEUH6 TU STUDENTS SOMETHING NEW ADDED ---------- Principal John White gets acquainted with the schoo1's new teachers, LEFT TO RIGHT are Mr. White, Terence Trav- land, Miss Dorothy Moore, Miss Edith Baldridge, Miss Flozelle Jones, John McKay, D.C. Andrews, and Bill Davis. t 'H ' HEU TU FRIENDSHIP SUPHUIHUBES FRESHIIIEII SEHIURS PLHH FUTURE , .r,.J,,, SENIOR C LASS OFFICERS, standing left to rlght are: Thelma Kea rne y, reporterg Gary Carson, presidentg and Scott Hamilton, vi C e-p r e S id e nt. Sitting is Martha English, secretary-treasurer. i is --...- Betty Andrews Dorothy Allen George Arnold Dons Ashford Carrol Boley Kenneth Boydston Robert Boyk1n G C Bromley Robert Brothers MUSICAL N O T E S - -Sen- iors Charles South and Gayle Meyer combine their talents in a rare lei- sure moment for both. Brown La Verne Brown Martha Bruce SEHIUBS UPEH LHST BUUH UF SIIHUUL CHHEER, HHIJ HEIUHHU FUR EFFUHTS ance Mary Lue Charles Joann Clements 52 ,LW K 522 X X 1 Ann Herrington Royce Holdridge Wanda Hopkins Wilton Johnston Carolyn Sue Jones Ruth Ann .Tones John Kearney Thelma Kearney Billy Kelly A "C O O L" DIS- CUSSION --- Edwin Peeples, President of the student body, relates happy ex - periences to Sara Wilson, President of the Newman Thespians. '-I-V' ' Sf .-lg r Gayle Meyer Alseon Miller Lou Ella Mxller Ola Moore Laurae Neal Peggy Nichols Betty Odom Sonny Ohlenbusch Joy Pace TIME OUT--Senior cheerleaders Sonny Oh- lenbusch and B o o t s i e Cook stop"yelling" long enough for a drink in the school cafeteria.. ns Marilyn Patterson Edwin Peeples TRIPS, TESTS, GTTHDES, HUTTTETUUITIT ETTD FUR SETTIUTT SIIHUTHITS ts Roland Powell Jeanette Pries Gerald Pullig Bobby Reed Clay Jack Reeves Margaret Rowan Connie Rudd Jane Rushin , 4 Bobby Richardson Carol Sealy 4 ALL SMILES ------ A11 dressed and ready for that big occasion are Gayle Meyer and Joy Pace, S H S Seniors. Grady Sessums 'G' uth ng Ronnie Sides Floy Sipe CHUSTHl BHLL SHUUIS CULLEGE. SERVICE, VUCHTIUHS FUR SEIIIUHS Buddy Spillers Charles Spra 5 1 T . A W. B. Whisenant 38 Don Whorton Tommy Wideman Robert Williams Sara Wilson Wylie Wilson Jackie Womack Suzanne Sears LHST GUHL FIHHHU HEHCHEIJ SEHIUHS SIBH HUT 40 ALLEN, DOROTHY QCHI-CHD Transfer from Calvert High '54g Nominee for Miss March of Dimes '54g Nominee for New Year Girl '54-'55g F.T.A. '54-'553 Band '54- '553 Band Sweetheart '55. ARNOLD, GEORGE Sophomore Class Reporter '52-'53gA Cappella '52-'55g King of Hearts Duke '52-'53g Runner- up for Class Favorite '52-'55gBoys' Ensemble '52-'55: Choir Council '54-'555 A Cappella President '54-'555 Boys' Quartet '54-'55g Vice- President of Boys' Quartet '55gA11-State Cho- rus '53-'55g F.T.A. '54-'55: Football '52-'55g Track '52-'53g Golf '53-'54g Baseball '53-'54. BOLEY, CARROL Football '52-'54g Track '52-'55: Band '52-'553 Chorus '52: F.T.A. '54-'55. BOYDSTON, KENNETH V.A. '52-'54g V.A. Parliamentarian '53-'54. BOYKIN, ROBERT Band '53-'553 Drum Major '54-'55gStage Band '53-'55g F.T.A. '54-'55g Slide Rule '54-'55. BROTHERS, ROBERT V.I. C. '54-'55: Football '52-'55gFootba1l Co- Captain '54g Baseball '55. IIHIIIHHH HIGH SEHIUHS BLUSE BROWN, FERLINE Band '52-'543 F,H.A. '52-'55g F.T.A. '55. BRUCE, MARTHA Girls' Sports Club '52-'555 F.H.A. '52-'533 Library Club '53-'54. CARSON, GARY F.F.A. '52-'55: Footba1l'53-'55gDuke of King of Hearts '53-'54g King of Hear ts '55g Senior Clas s President '54-'553 Pre s ide nt of the Greenhands '533 F.F.A. Vice-President '54g Branding Iron '55. CHANCE, JOHN Football '53-'555 V.I.C. '53-'55g V.I.C. Re- porter '53-'54. CHARLES, MARY LUE F.H.A. '52-'55, A Cappella Choir '52-'55g Troubadears '54-'55:Reporter of Troubadears '553 Spanish Club '53-'55g Spanis h Club Sec- retary '54-'55g Spanish Club Sweetheart '54- '55g 3rd Plac e in New Year Girl Contest '55g F.T.A. '54-'55g All-Region Choir '54g A11- State Choir '55. CLEMENTS, JOANN Volleyball '52-'553 F.T.A. '52-'555 Girls' Sports Club '52-'55: Secretarial Training '54- '55. CUNNINGHAM, PETE Transfer from Fayette, Missouri '54g F, F.A. '54, Band '52-'55gSergeant-at-Arms of V.I. C. '54g V.I.C. '54-'55: Track '53-'55. I2-UEHH CHHEER T0 USE DAVIS, ROSS Band '52-'55g Basketball Band '53-'54g Slide Rule '54-'55: The spians '54-'553 National Thespians '55g Track '553 Tennis '52-'55. DAVISON, GINGER F.H.A. '52-'555 F.H.A. Sec r etary '52-'53g F.H.A. Chapter Parliamentarian '52-'53g F. H.A. Chapter President '53-'54gF,H,A. Rep- resentative in Yucca Coronation '53-'54g Sep- tember Girl of the Month in F.H.A. '53g Girls' Sports Club '55. ELLIOT, SARAH F.H.A. '52-'55g F.T.A. '53-'55: F.T.A. Sec- retary '54-'55g F.H.A. Vice-President '52- '53g Band '52-'553 Thespians '53-'55. ENGLISH, MARTHA F.H.A. '52-'55: Historian of F.H.A. '53-'54g Treasurer of F.H.A. '54-'55: Ser ge ant-at- A rm s of F.H.A. '54-'55g January Girl of the Month in F.H.A. '54g Girls' Sports Club '53- '55g F. T.A. '54-'555 Junior Duchess '54g Jun- ior Favorite Runner-up '54gSenior Class Sec- retary-Treasurer '54-'553 Senior Class Fa- vorite '54-'553 Thespians '54-'55. FINLEY, NANCY Band '52-'553 F.H.A. '52-'54g Library Club '52, FRANKS, TERRY A Cappella '54-'55gA CappellaSergeant-at- Arms '54-'55g A Cappella Librarian '55g All- Regional Chorus '54g All-State Chorus '55g Boys' Ensemble '54-'553 Boys' Quar te t '55g Secretary of Boys' Quartet '55g F.T.A. '54- '55. GASSIOT, GAYLON A Cappella '54-'55g Boys' Ensemble '54-'553 Track '55: F.T.A. '54-'55. GEE, GAYLON Band '52-'55gF.H.A. '52-'55gF.T.A. '54-'55g Interscholastic League Typing '54, GRANT, GARY D.O. '53-'55: V.I.C. '53-'55. GREEN, CARROL Football '51-'54g All-District Football Team '54: Track '52-'545Baseball '53:Band '51-'525 V.I.C. '53-'54g Secretary of V.I.C. '53-'54g Student Council '54. GREEN, MURLENE QCOXI F.H.A. '52- '54g Class Secretary of F.H.A. '53-'54g Class Treasurer of F.H.A. '53-'54g Girls' Sports Club '53-'55. GRIMSLEY, LEE ROY Spanish Club '52-'543Football '5Zg Tennis '53- '54g F. T.A. '53-'54g Pony Express Staff '53- '553 Assistant Sports Edito r and Circulation Manag er of Pony Express '54-'55: Student Council '54-'55g Editor of Forum Flashes '54- '55. HAMILTON, SCOTT Football '53-'54g Track '54-'55g Vice-Pres- ident of Senior Class '54-'553 Student Coun- cil '54-'55g F.T.A. '54-'55. 41 HEU TU UUHEBE, SERVICE, UIUHI4 . . . HERRINGTON, ANN Transfer from Carrizo Springs High School '54-'553 F.H.A. '54-'55g A Cappella '54-'55g Thespians '54-'55: F.T.A. '54-'55. HOLDRIDGE, ROYCE Football Manager '51-'543 V.I.C. '53-'55 D.O. '53-'553 V.I.C. Treasurer '54-'55 HOPKINS, WANDA F.H.A. '52-'55: Vice-President of F.H.A '53-'54g President of F.H.A. '54-'55g Girls Sports Club '53-'55Q Pony Express '54-'55 Student Council '54-'55g F.T.A. '54-'55 Branding Iron '54. JONES , CAROL YN Sophomore Clas s Secretary '52-'53g Spanish Club '53-'54: Choir '53-'54g F.T.A. '53-'55p Thespians '52-'555 Pony Express As sis tant Bus ine s s and Advertising Manager '55g Re- porter of the Student Council '54-'555 M is s March of Dimes '553 Branding Iron '54-'55. JONES, RUTH ANN Troubadears '53-'55g A Cappella '52-' 54g Duch- ess '52-'533 Who's Who '53-'55g Junior Fa- vorite '53-'54: Junior Class Secretary'53-'54g Branding Iron '55: V.I.C. Club Secretary '54-'55. KEARNEY, JOHN F.F.A. '52-'55g F.F.A. Vice-President '52- '53g F.F.A. Treasurer '53-'54g F.T.A. '54- '553 Track '54-'55g King of Hearts Duke '55. KEARNEY, THELMA Student Council '52-'54g B.8zP.W. Girl of the Month '53s T.A.S.C. Delegate '54g West Texas Forum Delegate '54-'55g Senior Class Reporter '54-'55g F.T.A. '54-'55: Senior Princess '55. KELLY, BILLY Band '52-'55g Regional Band '52-'55g All- State Band '52-'55g 2nd Place in Slide Rule at Regional '53-'54g Slide Rule Meet at Au s tin '53-'54. KILLEN, JOHN EDD Numbe r Sense '52-'53g Slide Rule '53-'54g Pony Express '53-' 54: Assistant Editor of Wag- on Wheel '53-'543 Junior Class President '53- '54: Pony Expres s Assistant Editor '54-'55g Student Council '54-'55g Who's Who '53-'55. McCUTCHAN, RUTH F.H.A. '52-'55: F.H.A. Class Historian '52- '55g F.H.A. Class Reporter '53-'54g Girls' Sports Club '53-'54. MCDOUGLE, KENNETH F.F.A. Treasurer '52-'533I.C.T. '53-'555 Sergeant-at-Arms '54-'55. MCGLOTHING, JERRY Band '52-'55g Stage Band '53-'54, McNEAL, BOBBY Football '52-'553 Baseball '53-'55. BHUHUHHD GLHHIJE HEVEHLS HIGH HUHUHS, MANN, WILLARD Spanish '52-'54, V.I.C. '53-'55. MEYER, GAYLE A Cappella Choir '52-'553 Troubadears '52- '55g Secretary-Tre asurer of Choir '54-'55g Student Council Sec retar y '54-'55, Student Council '53-'55, F. T.A. Vice-President '54- '55g F,T.A. '54-'55, Branding Iron '54, All- State Chorus '54-'55g All-Region Chorus '53- '543 Best Girl Citizen '55g V.I.C. Sweetheart '53-'54, Runner-up for Homecoming Queen '54, Runner-up for Sophomore Class Favorite '52- '53g Spanish Club '52-'54, Miss S H S '55. MILLER, ALSEON Interscholastic League Spelling '52-'55g Girls' Sports Club '53-'54g F,T.A. '54-'55, F.H.A. '53-'54, All-Region Band '54-'55, First Place in Interscholastic League Spelling '52-'54, Band '51-'55. MILLER, LOUELLA Band '52-'53, F.H.A. '54-'55g F,T.A. '54- '55, Girls' Sports Club '53-'55, D,O, '54-'55g Thespians '54-'55. MOORE, OLA F.H.A. '52-'55gF.H.A. Girl of the Month'52- '53g Girls' Sports Club '52-'553 F.H.A. Vice- President '53-'54, EAL, LAURAE Interscholastic Spelling '53-'55' F,T,A '54- '55 Branding Iron '55 Hiiqjggk NICHOLS, PEGGY Girls' Sports Club '53-'54, F.H.A. '53-'54, Wagon Wheel '53-'545 Pony Express '54-'55. OHLENBUSCH, SONNY Basketball '52-'53, Thespians '52-'543 F. T.A. '53-'55:Cheerleader '53-' 553 Head Cheerleader '54-'55, Student Council '53-'55p Vice-Pres- ident '54, Pr e s ide nt of Student Council '55g W.T.F.S. C. '54-'55g Branding Iron '54, Ro- tary Student Guest '55. PACE, JOY Sophomore Favorite '52-'53, Cheerleader '52- '545 Twirler '54-'55, Homecoming Queen '54- '55g Band Sec retary '54-'55, Band '52-'55, Stage Band '53-'55, F. T,A. '53-'55, Branding Iron '54-'553 Junior Duc he ss '54x1 Znd Place for Miss S.H.S. '55g Who's Who '55. PANZER, LARRY F.F.A. '52-'55, F.F.A. Sentinel '53-'54, Boys' Ensemble '54-'555A Cappella Choir '54- '553 King of Hearts Prince '54, King of Hearts Duke '55. PARSONS, QUATA Transfer from Roby '545 Band '51, F.H.A. '51-'55, F,T.A. '54-'55s F.H.A. Reporter. PATTERSON, MARILYN A Cappella Choir '52-'555A Cappella Choir Li- brarian '54-'55: Troubadears '53-'55: Inter- scholastic League Typing '53-'55, Band '54- 55 Spanish Club '52-'54, F, T,A, '55, Sophomore Class Vice-President '52, King of Hearts Prince '52-'53, Number Sense '52-'54, Junior Class Favorite '53-'54, Student Council '53 '54 President of Student Council '54, Editor of Wagon Wheel '53-'54g Pony Express '54s Co, Wh0'S Wh0 '53 '55S Liberwhoochiees '53-'55i i a I . I 5 ' , . PEEPLES, EDWIN 'Y l ddli I S I fN'1 iui ' . - I s i s p Editor Of Pony Expr e S S '54-'55: D o '55- ' - ' I L L 1' if igfigi ili- Ai' 9 ",,' , ' ' Q, I f c I I V.,V , 2 k,.k SW. L xx H .V t it Q- -5 ' V I Q Q2 Zzp Vigg . ,- , , p snnn 43 VHEUHBEE EXPERIENCE . .EUCHS UE POWELL, ROLAND V, I, C, '53-'55, V.I. C. Sergeant-at-Arms '54, Football '52-'55, Student Council '54, Base- ball '54. PRIEST, JEANETTE Volleyball '52-'55, Girls' Sports Club '52-'55, Secretarial Training '54-'55. PULLIG, GERALD B randing Iron '55, Football '52-'55, Cheer- leader '52-'54, Track '52-'55: V.I.C. '52-'54S V.I.C. State Treasurer '54, Liberwhoochiees '53-'55, F.T.A. '53-'55, Thespians '53-'55, Baseball '54-'55. REED, BOBBY Choir '51-'52, Band Senate '52-'53, Band '51- '53, Spanish Club '52-'54, V.I.C. '53-'55, V. I. C. State Delegate '53-'54,Student Council Alte rnate '53-'55, Liberwhoochiees '53-'55. REEVES, CLAY JACK Football '51-'55, Band '51-'54, Track '53-'55, Junior Class Vice-President '53-'54, Student Council '53-'55, Se rgeant-at-Arms of Band '53-'54, F.T.A. '54-'55, Who's Who '53-'55. RICHARDSON, BOBBY Football Manager '52-'55, Band '51-'55, Stage Band '53-'55, Slide Rule '53-'55. RUDD, CONNIE Freshman Class Vice-President '52-'53, Foot- ball 'Sl-'55, Track '52-'55, Junior Class Re- porter '53-'54, Who's Who '53-'54, Branding Iron '54-'55, Student Council '54-'55, F.F.A, '54-'55, F.T.A. '54-'55, Senior Favorite '55. SEALY, CAROL Band '52-'55, Twirler '52-'55, Head Twirler '54-'55, Pony Express '53-'54, F.T.A. '53- '55, Thespians '54-'55, F.H.A. '53-'54. 44 SEARS, SUZANNE Pony Express Staff '53-'55, Advertising Man- agers '54-'55, T. H. S, P. A, Delegate '54, Brand- ing Iron '54, Student Council '52-'54, T.A.S. C. Delegate '52-'55, A Cappella '52-'55, Inter- scholastic League Solo '54-'55, Choral Coun- cil '54-'55, Spanish Club ' 52-'54, Spanish Queen '52, Sophomore Duchess '54, F.T.A. '54-'55, Thespians '53-'55, 3rd Plac e in Miss S H S Contest '55, A Cappella Reporter '55. SHARROCK, PEGGY Chorus '54-'55, Band '51-'53, F.H.A. '52- '55, F.H.A. Reporter '53-'54, Girl of the Month '55, Interscholastic League Typing '53- '54. SHILLING, CLOYD Football '52-'55, Track '53-'55, Baseball '54, Choir '53-'54i F. T.A. '54-'55:Liberwhoochiees '54-'55, Student Council '54. SIPE, FLOY F.H.A. '52-'55, Girls' Sports Club '52-'55, Volleyball Manager '52-'55, Girl of the Month '53, Nominee for New Year Girl '52-'53, Sec- retarial Training '54-'55, Librarian Assistant '53-'54. SMITH, FRANK Sophomore Class President '52-'53,Sopho- more Class Favorite '52-'53, Student Coun- cil '52-'55, President of Student Council '53- '54i T.A.S.C. Delegate '52-'55,Who's Who '53-'55, Pony Express '53-'55, Pony Express Sports Editor '54-'55, T.H.S.P.A. Delegate '53, Branding Iron '54-'55, Football '52-'55, Football Co-Captain '54, F.T.A. '55, W,T,F, S.C. Delegate '52-'54,Mr. F.T.A. '55, Base- ball '54, Rotary Student Guest '54-'55. LEHRIIIIIG HLIUHUS HEHIHIH H CHHLLEHGE SMITH, TED Football '51-'52: F.F.A. '52-'53g I.C.T. '53g V.I.C. '53-'54gVice-President of V.I.C. '54- '55. SOUTH, CHARLES Band '52-'553 Band President '54-'555 Stu- dent C ouncil '53-'54g Interscholastic League Writing '53-'55. SPRADLIN, CHARLES A Cappella Chorus '52-'55: Choir Council '553 Boys' Quartet '52-'55, Boys' QuartetRe- porter '553 Boys' Ensemble '52-'54. TANSIL, PAT Choir '52-'55, Secretary-Treasurer of Choir '54, Choir Swe e the art '54-'55, Troubadears '52 - '553 F.H.A. '52 - '55, F. T.A. '54 - '55g B randing Iron '54-'55g Sophomore Princess '52-'53g All-State Chorus '54, WAFER, DON Band '51-'55, Stage Band '53-'55, Basketball Band '53-'555 Slide Rule '53-'54, Golf '53-'55. WARE, LARRY A Cappella Choir '52-'54g Co-Sophomore Ed- itor of the Yucca '52-'53g Associate Editor of Yucca '53-'543 Editor of Yucca '54-'55g Re- porter of Pony Express '53-'55, F.T.A. '54- '55g Exchange Editor of Pony Express '54g Student Council '54-'55g Editor of Forum Flash '54-'55g Branding Iron '55. WEEMS, JOAN A Cappella Choir '52-'55g F.H.A, '52-'55, Girl of the Month '53-'54Q F.T.A. '54-'55g Troub- adears '54-'55g Historian of Troubadears '54- '553 All -Region Choir, All-State '54-'55g Thes- pians '54-'55, Secretary of Thespians '54-'55, Miss F. T.A. '54-'55. WHEELER, PATSY Band '52-'55, Stage Band '53-'54g Tennis '52- '553 F.T.A. '55: F.H.A. '52-'55. WHISENANT, W.B. Band '52-'55, Stage Band '53-'55g Tennis '52- '55g F.T.A. '55g Track '55g Boys' Ensemble '54-'55g Slide Rule '54-'55: A Cappella Choir '54-'55. WHORTON, DON Football '51-'55g F.T.A. '54-'55g Liber- whoochiees '54-'55g Band '51-'55g Basketball '51-'55g Tennis '51-'53g Golf '53-'55, Choir '51-'52g Slide Rule '54-'55g Stage Band '54- '55. WIDEMAN, TOMMY Football '51-'53g Track '51-'525 Golf '53-'543 King of Hearts Duke '52-'53: Band '51-'523 Student Council '53-'54. WILLIAMS, ROBERT Band '52-'55g Spanish Club '52-'54, Pony Ex- press Staff '53-'54g Pony Express Editor '54- '555 Branding Iron '54-'55. WILSON, SARA A Cappella '52-'55g Thespians '52-'55g Thes- pians Secretary '53-'54, F. T.A. '53-'55g De- bate '53-'54g A Cappella Accompanist '54-'55g Thespians-President '54-'55g F.T.A. Pres- ident '54-'55, Pony Express-Business Manager '54-'55. WILSON, WYLIE Band '52-'55g V.I.C. '52-'55, lst Place in Name Card Conte st '54. 1. Oo Winona Lahorna Gloria Carolyn Everett Alston Ashton Azois Baggett Barnes .f K C if Martha Tommy Jo Linda Betty Fay Joyce Nell Barton Benson Best Bird Bishop Marge Velma F1-eddy Rex Lawrence Brown Blailock Been Brafford Bredemeyer . K X I , , Lauretta Charles Julia Mary Eva Nell Bunn Butts Calvert Carlton Caggady 47 ULHSS UF '56 EUJUUS SUHUUL BUT STUDIES HHHU Roy Dorothy Mary Alice Anita Christine Conn Daffer Dammann Davis Davis Del Sula Walter Lavonne Davis Davis DeBusk Judy 1.16013 Dennis Dillashaw Vermeil Leon Dillashaw Dgggett GOOD READABILITY --- T h e o r Hollingsworth, junior, takes time c from school books to read magazin at the end of a busy day. asf. Nggfqw yxg 523. T55i15!'3f: . 15252 THREE UEHHS CUHUUEHED BU JUHIUHS-UHE TU 60 Bobby James Barry Harroll Theora Har-:graves Harvey Hendricks Hobbs Hollingsworth :., pw i 1,1115 'VKA iii? X . 2 I 1, Ray Gene Wanda Gail Julia. Jerry Kennedy Kincaid Kirkpatrick Kraft Lamm Jolene Mary Jane Lanier Leonard AN AFTER SCHOOL SNACK--Juniors B, Foy and Bettye Joyce Pullig enjoy a few 1 ments of relaxation before study time. Joyce Roy Doris Dale Jane Lewis Lewis Little Littlefield Loeb Jge Christine LaNel1e Doris June Martha Malone, JI.. Mayo McCormick McDonald McElroy Dale Duane Lanelle Henry Delano McKeehan McQueen Melton Meyer Miller Mary Ann Myrtice Anne Gerald Jimmy Miller Morris Morrlson Mounce Neeper 51 BUSH JUIIIUHS lllllli HHEHD FUR '56 Ill BE THEIR UEHH 3' 2 . Marcia Donata Dorothy Alton Jane Neeper Newsom Patton Pembroke Pinnell . Q Q i gsffiiiffifiifww J .P 'N e ff my . lf, ua. -i 2ggi?i yl.?iff ,- i I, i ,,f21.ff 3 , Beverly Jimmy Roy Lee Bettye Joyce Sue Price Price Price Pullig Puri-ington vii " i - +5 ,-Jfzfffff David Peggy Roberts Rosser ANYONE FOR PING PONG? --Ready to match their "wits" in a game of table tennis are Shir1eyFea.gan, left, and Mary Ann Miller, both juniors. Christine Samuel Elinor Elizabeth Bobby Royall Sanders Sealy Seifert Snyder me 'Sv I Gerald Laine Patsy Betty Ruth Larry Stephenson Stewart Stockton Strornan Summers Dewitt L. B. Belva Lance Lowell Taylor Taylor Teubner Teubner Wann E, if . 1 f J -1g',kVvQi' Noma Olen Bob Carolyn Shirley Ware Watson Weerns Wells Whitworth JUIIIIIIIS HIIIIEPI IIESPIIIISIBIIIIIES, SIIIIIII HIIIIIIHS Jearldean M. T. Peggy Thomas Glenn Williamson Wilkenson Wolf Womack Wortham Zelma Wood Willie Mae Wyrick "WHAT'LL IT BE, " asks Paul Watson, as he serves a few of his high school customers. LEFT TO RIGHT are Mary Alice Dammann, Wanda Gail Kirkpatrick, Roy Lee Price, and Bettye Joyce Pullig, all juniors. IIHHIES UEHH TU UIIPS HEHRT D SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS, LEFT TO RIGHT are: Johnny Wilkinson, president, Sammy Glass. vice-president, Sandra Rhodes, secretary-treas- urerg and Sue Lewis, reporter. N rw SUPHUITIURES HHVE FUH, IIIURH, BUT UIHII Mary Beth Gloria Charles Jane Mary Ellen Absher Alston Andrews Beall Belew D I K 3 f l kg 3 an-1, lf M: ' Lowell James Charles Reagan Tommy Benson Bishop Boley Boone Bridges B uf Melvelene Carl Wanda Sue Don Aubrey Bullock Bunch Burklow Burns Burrows THE PERFECT GENTLEMAN--Brice Hartgraves, sophomore, sees that MavadeanKouri receives a thirst- quenching drink of water between classes. Ivy Dell B e rta Burrus Chance Eddie Kent Wilma Jo Richard Coltharp C0m011i Conway Cornell SUPHUHIUHES PILE UP STUDIES, HCTIVITIES HT SHS Robin Cox John Aline Doyt lla Fay Craft Davis Dill Dillashaw Willie Dunn Kathy V Joyce Dunn Evans Cecil Dunlap Jimmy Feagan Sue Carol Valentine Jerry Joyce Finch Finley Forester Frazier Geron Sammy Janice Betty L01-enzo Jan Glass Green Greer Gutierrez Guy Coavert Dwain Jimmy Brice Frank Hale Hardin Hardin Hartgraves Harvell ANOTHER VICTORY --- Beverley Pr uitt and Peter Loeb, sophomores, get ready to raise the Sweetwater High School victory flag. Sammy Turner Harvey Harvey Chris Harvey Clifton Ray Jo Ann Sue Hassell Henderson Hendricks Hope Hudgins TEH-UEHH HHHD DRIVE LEHVES IIHHHEIIGE UF TUIO Clyde Jones Miles Billy Carole Daryl Humphries Jamison Johneon Johnson James Kennedy Carroll Bobby Kearney King Ranny Kirgan Mavadean Donal Raymond Kouri Kuykendall Lambert Joy E.M. Landers Lawrence Sue Thomas Jacqueline Jean Peter Lewis Lindley Lindsey Livingston Loeb Penny Wendell Ordella 4 Donny J ill McBride McCright McFarlen McNeal Marchant "HER E, LET ME PUT IT ON," Jane Bea11,advertising manager of the Yuc- ca, says after selling a booster tag to San- dra Rhodes with Jim- my Feagan, sports editor, helping. Wendellene Gayle Millett Moore Douglas Rosemary Stanley Patricia Robert Morris Morris Morris Murray Neeper SUPHUIHUHfS STUUU HHHU, SEEK 'HEU' TU UIPLUHIH III '57 Gerry Parker Wayne Dean Adolph Gary Nichols Ohlhausen Olvera Pace Norman Patton Molly Pearce My fs, 'wt f -If Gracie Pee-ples Carolyn Pittman if ff 1 Martha Bettie Jo Pollard Polnack Royce Sue Beverly Porter Pr1ce Pruitt Lu Jean Beverly Virginia Sandra Margaret Purvis Rasberry Reeves Rhodes RiChaI'dSOn William Lanita Roberts Rogers 'PLEASE, NO MORE," pleads Carolyn Tem- Maydeen Dorothy Peggy Rogers Sanders Saxton Jleton to Clyde Jones, both sophomores, during Quggage Day. ,Q g' gx 'A ,..-nn-D Charles Wesley Sc ott Scott Peggy Marv Lee Dorlene Peggy Clara. Jo Sedberry Sha-Cke1f01'd Shaffer Shifflett Shilling BLHSS UF '57 CUHIB UP STEPS UF EDUIIHIIUII Glenda Betty Joy Billy Shuff Smith Smith Talbot Marie Taylor Charles Taylor Marcelle Taylor Bobby Teague Carolyn Templeton A rw, w he, ,xg Gif-,r 4- ' j Y' Z W if . Qlsiw ,iigg 15 -,,,gq "?2,.'2? on Marlene Edwin edward Wright Young SUPHUIHURES HIIH FUR HIGHER GUHLS IH LEHRIIIHB Y Y I W, Peggy Kathryn Sue Young Younger FUR IHEIHUHLVS SHKE If 112. .5 1 V . . I -+fgI,v5 ' x- JT ,532 gk 1 . f 2 W: . f'y V F, J' V . 135' LL WW' L ' 4 ,, i g: f f f' .J ' 13555 - wi 5 A 1 ' -1-' , fi. A , - Q ' A 4 4 'S er'jf""x 9514.692 , , . ""' - ' . ,wh M, QQ, N-.N W , ,H f ,QL Q A xg an - mr Ykyxqllkimv MVS F , .k i ng , .WS V K R iggggigv wal- ww ' - -:Lis 4 Q4 i s gg' . 1 vs -vm -f- , 2 ' L M Nm, ' M" " 'P' Ji' - IE57"" Ei Q, I - Hiflh .SWE5 S mn 14 X ,af ,L , .,V, W gky, Q , f.'f'f1-g1.,. ff' ' 93' ':Q'g5f ' ' , 4 A ,gn x I .y' V s 'R 'Yi 'f .Q ,MPX X. X, , ,, Qfqfqwgggx, f g:: RW l 1 .ww-' Darrell MP-WY Benda Gene Arthur Aldridge Arnold Ashton Atkinson Aven Peggy James Peggy Sandra Roland Ballard Bardwell Barnes Bentle Blackwell "HAVE YOU SEEN THESE?" asks Lorraine Garee, fresh- man, as she displays foreign souvenirs collected by her family. Stanley Boose X Jimmy Don Doris ' Blankenship Bonner XX, Vee Mary Roland Brady Bristow Brown f. X:-v-Q xg' N1ck Bobby Carolyn Barbara Sydney Dugger Duncan Echols Edmonds Edwards V1r gima Joy June Edwards Eoff Farr OVER THE NET goes the ball and plenty of chatter as Joe Mad- dox, Taylor Daniel, and Le on Fitts, freshmen, get togeth- er for a friendly game of table tennis. Carolyn Richard Faulk Fenley Pat Leon Fincher Fins William Sandra Weldon Peter Ca1'1'1i10 F01-beg Forgay Foust Fox Fllefltez 1 E u 13 331 if 5 7 FJ? ? rf 410 ,sa Q 1 w? A Hn 2 5152! I ' , 5 M - 44 B -X im- ., Arnold Glenn Latr ia Ne elia Lonnie Rainey Reed Redden Reeves Roberson June Karen Freddie Nelda Glenda Rosser Satterlee Schubert Sessums Scott LE AR N IN G A L L THE ANSWERS ----- CarolynE chol s and Carylon Carroll pre- pare their lessons in a typical classroom scene. Jimmie Dean Maria Seale Se pe da ,mia Gerald F-Obbv Bobby J. D. Shaw Sherrill Shipley Simpson Sims QW ' w A wi Af-lf' 53 S -:ffm 5132? 4 Johnny , Mary Bell Jimmy Norma Bobby Whitworth Whirworrh Williams Williamson Wilson ' Donna J 0 Arm Patricia Sheila Woodward Woodward Wyatt Young M453 ,gi-X to-'dx-.Q ww mskwgms 499 YMQI Mig? Y" "M-. ' K LNW. K f mx' 7 ,AJ K4 1 , its I K 1 Nkk fx an 'Ya if 1 il' nur. WJRSE' gun. M .,. 5 . . -- K "Q'Y""' Q s 4 ' Il: P ,. ,..,,,, .l i K - A 1 EDWIN PEEPLES President SONNY OHLENBUSCH Vice -President One of the most active groups in Newman High School is the Student Coun- cil. The Councilmeets each Tuesdaymorning during first period to discuss schoolprob- lems, school improvements, and fund-raising p r oje c ts. Such p roje c ts include the March of Dimes, the sale of book c ove r s, pencils, and student directories. Each homeroom is r ep- resented inthe Council, making a total of twenty-five students, plus the four of- ficers. CUUHCIL HIEIHBEHS HHVE BUSH UEHH MISS LOUISE Sponsor CAROLYN JONES Reporter GAYLE M EYER Secretary Student Council membe rs, FIRST ROW QLEFT TO RIGHTJ an Carolyn Jones, Edwin Peeples, Gayle Meyer, Sonny Ohlenbusch, ar Miss Louise Bollinger. SECOND ROW: Larry Ware, David Roberts Carylon Carroll, Carolyn Echols, Julia Shaw, Paulette Stamps, ar Carolyn Baggett. THIRD ROW: John Edd Killen, Connie Rudd, Thelrrz Kearne y, Gracie Peeples, Jane Loeb, LaMay Greer, Jimmie Pullig and Karl Morris. FOURTH ROW: Scott Hamilton, Clay Jack Reeve Carrol Green, Jack Byrd, Raymond Lambert, Carrol Kearney, Jimmy Feagan. STUDENTS HSSISE EEHEIHEHS, GHIH EXPERIENCE Enjoying a noon meal in the library where they do their work as a s sis tant librarians during the day are members of the Library Club. Their duties are to assist Miss Marian Walker with keeping library books in order, checking books in and out, and selling candy at noon and after s c hool. They are, front to back Eleft table, left sidel: Myrtice Mor- ris, Jane Pinnell, Doris Ashford, Christine Royall, Miss Walker. Right: Carolyn Faulk, Virginia Edwards, Doris Bonner, Joy Haney, Mondelene Thomas. Right table Qleft s idej: Patricia Wyatt, Judy Kraft, Frances Taylor, Donna Pur s le y. Right: Sheila Young, Sue Purrington, Margaret Rowan, Jane Galloway, and Ann Posten. Assisting teachers in mimeograph work, with report cards, and many otherthings are duties of the secretarial training c las s for the second year. Members of the class are, front to back EFIRST ROW, leftj: Floy Sipe, Margaret Rowan, Velma B lailoc k, Patsy Wheeler, Jeanette Priest, Martha English, C a r ol yn Jones, Martha B ru c e. SECOND ROW: BettyAndrews, Joann Clements, Nancy Finley, T he lm a Kearney, Ferline Benson, Alseon Miller, Laurae Neal. THIRD ROW: Lou Ella Miller, Sarah Elliot, Mary Lue Charles, Joan Weems, Quata Parsons, Gayle Meyer, Verneil Dillashaw. FOURTH ROW: Linda Best, Jackie Womack, Ann Herrington, Peggy Sharrock, Joy Pace, Marilyn Patter- son, and Jane Rushin. Standing is Mrs. Bette Truly, teacher. TEHCHIHG CROP PHUIHISES HIIIH HHHVEST Designed to give its members inside in- formation on the t e ac hing profession, the Sweetwater chapter of the Future Teachers of America is one of the lar g e s t of its kind among schools the size of Newman High. Many ac tiv i tie s are made available to students in order to receive service points, which are transferable to collegiate c lub s. C har te r members, who returned from last year, are, left to right, PatsyWheeler, Carol Sealy, BuddySpi1lers, JoyPaee, Joan Weems, Sarah Elliot, secretary-treasurer, Joe Kown.. slar, r e po r t e rg Charlotte QBootsiej Cook, Sara Wilson, president, Gayle Meyer, vice.. president5Sonny Ohlenbusch, and Miss Laura Sheridan, sponsor. The club was named the Laura Sheridan FTA Club in honor of Miss Sheridan. PROMISING PROFESSORS--Members of the Future Teachers of America are, left to right lspeaker's standl, Miss Laura Sheridan, Gayle Meyer, Sara Wilson, Charlotte lBootsiej Cook, Joe Kownslar, Sarah Elliot, Patsy Wheeler. FIRST ROW: Doro- thy Allen, Ferline Benson, Robert Boykin, Dale Burnett, Mary Lue Charle s, Verneil Dillashaw, Basil Foy, Terry Franks, Gaylon Gassiot, Gaylon Gee, Gayle Guelker, Joan Halbert, Ann Herring- ton, John Kearney, Wanda Gail Kirkpatrick, Judy Kraft, Jane Loeb, Joe Malone, Jr., La Nell Mc- 82 Cormick, Alseon Miller, Myrtrice Morris, An Morrison, Laurae Neal, Donata Newsom, Maril Patterson, Alton Pembroke, Roland Powell. SE ONE ROW: Cloyd Shilling, Frank Smith, Lai Stewart, Patsy Stockton, Pat Tansil, Noma Wa W. B. Whisenant, S h i r l e y Whitworth, Willie M Wyrick, Christine Royall, Mary Ann Miller, J Dennis, M a r y Alice D am m a nn, George Arno Bettye Joyce Pullig, Scott Hamilton, Gerald Pull Larry Ware, Suzanne Sears. STANDING are: B dy Spillers and Sonny Ohlenbusch. PLANNING PORGRAMS--Leaders in the pro- Sara Wils on, presidentg Gayle Meyer, vice- gram of the Future Teachers of A r' f Newman High S chool are, LEFT me lCa OI' presidentg and Miss Laura Sheridan, sponsor. TO RIGHT: EUTUHE TEHCHEHS GRUEU IH IHEEHBEHSHIP VOICE OF EXPERIENCE--Members of the Future Teach ers of America talk things over with Dr. Willis A. Sutton noted educator and advocate of the teaching profession Students, LEFT TO RIGHT, are: Mary Alice Dammann Shirley Feagan, and Scott Hamilton. P I j ,p EX STUDY TIME--Marge Brown fulfills one of the tr ain i ng qualifications of a F utu r e Teacher as she s tudie s in one of her classes. FUTURE HUIHEIHHHERS IIIUHEHSE IH HUIHBEH HELPFUL HOMEMAKERS--Members of the Fu- ture Homemakers are, LEFT TO RIGHT QFIRST ROWQ: S. Martin, O. Moore, F. Benson, V. Brady, E. Hassell, G. Guelker, M. Thomas, S. Whitworth, C. Baggett, M.B. Absher, S. Rhodes, M. Kouri, J.L, Haney, B. Harris, J. Galloway, Mrs. J.F. Davis. SECOND ROW: F. Clark, D. Sanders, S. Turner, W,M. Wyrick, K. Satter- lee, P. Nichols, W. Hopkins, D.S. Davis, N.J. Reeves, G. Parker, M. Shackelford, J. Mar- chant, J.A. Hope, J. Shaw, Mrs. Louise Bol- linger. THIRD ROW: J. Way, C. Watson, P. Sharrock, J. Farr, B. Ashton, F. Taylor, W Alston, S. Finch, C. Templeton, L. Redden, J Calvert, J. Smith. FOURTH ROW: Q. Parsons L. Miller, M. English, N. Finley, C. Finley C.J. Shilling, J. Dennis, N. Stewart, B. Stro man, P. Saxton, E.N. Cassady, B. Teubner, V Forester, L.J. Purvis, W. Berkley, C. Car roll, J. Winn, P. Murray. FIFTH ROW: N Hutchins, N. Davis, S. Graves, G. Gee, P Fincher, P. Wheeler, B. Pruitt, P. Tansil, J Weems, S. Whisenant, M. Kinsey,-and C. Echols BEGINNING ANEW--Officers, L E F T TO RIGHT, are- Ferline Benson, Mar- tha English, S hi rle y Whitworth, Ola Moore, Wanda Hopkins, Shirley Fea- gan, Beverly Rasberry, Judy Dennis, and Mary Lee Shackelford. FUTURE EHHIIIEHS ENTER SEVEH SHUEUS mmm- F UT UR E FARMERS--Members of the Future Farmers of America are, LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW: F. Schubert, C. Duncan, J. Byrd, C. Butts, B. Bridwell, B. Duncan, H. Hoover, J. Curry. SECOND ROW: E. Young, R. Brafford, W. Scott, L. Panzer, C. Templeton, Sweet- heart,D. Burnett, W. Kent, K. Rib ble. THIRD ROW: D. Dollar, B. Weems, W. Davis. FOURTH ROW: Worth Howe, G. Rogers, R. Fowler, J. Kearney, G. Carson, C. Rudd D. Johnson, C. Hale, R. Lambert I 1 J. Ribble, F. Boen, and J. McQueen. On the r i g ht are Gary Carson, Worth Howe, and John Kearney ex- imining the trophies won bythe club .n the San Angelo, Odes sa, and Fisher County Fair show s. Mr. Elowe is holding the watch awarded zo John for being third over-all high ,ndividual in the contest. The Future Farmers have en- :ered s eve n stock shows including .he Sweetwater Nolan County Show, Sweetwater-Six C ou nt y Show, and he Abilene Livestock Show. They xave won five plaques-one for first md second places in livestock judg- ng, two trophies for first and sec- md teams in c attle judging, and a ourth place trophy for sheep judg- ng. H MUSIC MAKERS--Members of the A Cappella Choir are, left to right, FIRST ROW: Mi11er,Stro- man, Pullig, Charles, Roberts, Brazelton, Ro- wan, Arnold, Dunn, Kinsey, Tansil, Parker, Trow- bridge, Miss Dorothy Moore, directress. SEC- OND ROW: Loeb, Wood, Pinnell, Craver, Welch, Fenley, Gassiot, Feagan, Patton, Bishop, Dennis, Herrington. THIRD ROW: Weems, Hollingsworth, Sears, Callison, Lawrence, Bryan, Spradlin, Perez, Dammann, Patterson, Shackelford, Reeves. FOURTH ROW: Ware, Azios, Rasberry, Wilson, fx Za +ffla,J JFJ Members of the boys' section of the A Cappella Choir are, left to right QFIRST ROWD: B r a z el ton, Welch, Dunn, Arnold, Perez. SEC- OND ROW: Rowan, Fenley, Ro- w w berts, Atkinson, Price. THIRD ROW: Gassiot, Foy, Lawrence, ' W' D tt FOURTH Row- P 1,99 .-+ ogge . . anzer, ,W W W Zig Benson, Franks, and Whisenant. I Q 'i1l, Panzer, Foy, R. Price, 'ranks, Whisenant, Doggett, Ieyer, Newsom, Saxton, B. lrice. HIGHLEI THLEHTED CHUIH SHTISFIES IHUSIII LUVERS Members of the girls' section of the A Cappella Choir are, left to right QFIRST ROWJ, Miller, Stroman, Pullig, Charles, Patton, Kinsey, Tansil, Parker, Trowbridge, Miss DorothyMoore, directress. SECOND ROW: Sears, Johnson, Pinnell, Craver, Feagan, Whisenant, Bishop, Dennis, Herrington. THIRD ROW: Faulk, Loeb, Azios, Rasberry, Hollingsworth, Callison, Patterson, Damrnann, Lanier, Royall, Reeves. FOURTH ROW: Weems, Ware, Fincher, Wilson, Meyer, Newsom, Pur- vis, Saxton, Shackelford, and Price. Old folk songs, carols, hymns, classics--music for all occasions make up the rep- ertoire of Newman High School's A Cappella Choir. The Choir has made two appear- ances this year before the N H S student body and plans to make a spring tour of towns in this area. The group, formerly consisting of 55 voices, was reduced to 35 for the purpose of achieving better balance. The choir's new directress, Miss Doro- thy Moore, is to be credited with much of the success of the group and was the chief promoter of the operetta, "The Gypsy Troubadour, " presented by the choir earlier in the year. Much a part of the musical school life is the Newman High A Cappella Choir. 87 'eo 'iv lx 0, Ev' FH X , , 'Q "WITH A SONGIN OUR HEARTS" --Such might be the refrain of the ten musical "dears" of Sweetwater High School. The girls who com- pose the Troubadear organiza- tion are Qleft to rightl, Joan Weems, Bettye Joyce Pullig, Mary Lue Charles, Marilyn Pat- terson, Gayle Meyer, Julia Shaw, faccompanistl, Mary Alice Dam- mann, Judy Dennis, Patricia Tan- sil, and Mar y Lee Shackelford. THLEHTED GRUUPS IIIHHE IHUSIII Top voices are selected from the boys' section of theA Cappella Choir to make up the Boys' En- semble. Standing, left to right on the first row, are Danny Welch, Basil Foy, Terry Franks, Leon Doggett, and George Arnold. On the back row are Charles Sprad- lin and Larry Panzer. Accom- panist is Marilyn Patterson. 88 F 'H' is C CHUIH, CUUHCIL, UUHHTET HCTIVE GHUUPS SELECTING SONGS--Members of the Choir Council look over music to be used for various occasions. They are, left to right, Basil Foy, Suzanne Sears, George Arnold, Pat Tansil, and Charles Spradlin. .W These musical young mencall themselve sthe F our Kards. They have sungfor a s semblie sand various city clubs this year . They sing various types of songs from popular to bar- bershopquartet selections. Miss Moore, choir direct- ress, helps them with their harmony. Three of the four boys are seniors and will give up their singing with this organization. The Choir Council is another active group in Ne wman High School, for it solves var i ous problems of the choir, plans social activities, 'and helps plan trips and programs. Its mem- bers are active in the choir, and are concerned about the success of the organization. TUNE TIME--The Four Kards, are left to right, Basil Foy, Terry Franks, George Arnold, and Charles Sprad- lin. Members of the reed se ction of the Mustang Band are, FIRST ROW QLEFT TO RIGHTJ: Glenda Scott, Robin Cox, and Joy Eoff. SECOND ROW: Elinor Sealy, Martha Barton, Sue Martin, Wanda Burklow, Valentine Forester, Paulette Stamps, Sarah Nell Elliott, Wayne Nichols, Marcia Neeper, and Gayle Guelker. THIRD ROW: Carol Sealy, Billy Kelley, Steve Linn, Lauretta Bunn, Karen Carpenter, Glenn Wortham, and Sidney Edwards. FOURTH ROW: Cecil Kearney, Linda Best, Betty Greer, Jane McJunkins, Nick Dugger, Herman Phillips, Joy Pace, Sue Lewis, and Peggy Young. BHHSSES TU THE FUHE . Brass section members are, FIRST ROW QLEFT TO RIGHTJ: Marilyn Patterson, Janice Green, Jerry McGlothing, and Alseon Miller. SECOND ROW: Harvey Henderson, Kent Comolli, Don Wafer, Pete Cunningham, Jerry Lay, and Bascom Waggoner. THIRDROW: Jan Guy, Edwin Etheridge, Frank Harvell, Robert Boykin, TommyBridges, Ross Thom ps on, and Gene Hankins. 90 M e mbe r s of the woodwind section of the Mustang Band are, FIRST ROW QLEFT TO RIGHTI: Joyce Evans, Wil- lie Mae Wyrick, Peggy Wolf, and P e g g y Barnes, sitting. SECOND ROW: Vonita Jef- frey, Ross Davis, Beverly Pruitt, Jeanne Michael, Shirley Whitworth, Gaylon Gee, RobertaFuqua. THIRD ROW: Kathryn Younger, Jimmy Williams, KayNance, BobbySimpson, Charles South, Carolyn Pittman, Dorothy fChi Chil Allen, Patsy Wheeler, and Carolyn Baggett. BUSH BHHU HIHHIIHES, PEHFUHIHS Members of the brass and percussion section of the Mustang Band are, FIRST ROW KLEFT TO RIGI-ITQ: Roland Blackwell, Mavadean Kouri. SECOND ROW: C ha r le s Boley, Sue Hudgins, Turner Harvey, Daryl Johnson, Ranny Kirgan, Basil Foy, Sandra Rhodes, Nan Williams. THIRD ROW: Mary Beth Absher, Gerald Sherrill, Billy Jamison, Alton Pembroke, Bobby Richardson, and Carl Franklin. 91 'fr-Q l 3151, Q 1, 'J'l+fT. Robert Boykin, senior, was dr um major for the past year and led the band in all public events when it marched. LEHDIHG THE HIUSTHHB BHHD UP FRONT--When the Mustang Band made its entrance at the bowl or on "foreign fields" in the fall, the forward echelon was made up of six white-clad majorettes and the feature twirler in red. The seven girls were twirlers at all the football games, at parades, and other perfor- mances which the band made throughout the year. They are, left to right, Sandra Rhodes, Mary Beth Absher, Carol Sealy, who is head- twirler, Peggy Barnes, Joy Pace, Mavadan Kouri, and Elinor Sealy. Kneeling is Robert Boykin, drum major. SWING, POPULAR OR JAZZ--The Sweetwater Stage Band entered its second year of performances this year and has performed for various school programs and others. The Stage Band went to lnterscholastic League contest, held at Brownwood in February. Seated, left to right, are Wanda Gail Kirkpatrick and Lauretta Bunn, vocalists, BillyKelly, Jane Mc- Junkins, HermanPhi1lips, JoyPace, Karen Carpe: ter, Mike Turner, andGaylor Gee, pianist. Secox row, lseatedl are Bobby Richardson, Billy Jamiso: Gerald Sherrill, Don Whorton, and Charles Boley Back row: Basil Foy, Sandra Rhodes, Gene kins, KentComolli,Robert Boykin, Tommy Bridge Frank Harvell, and Don Wafer. DELEGATES TO THSPA-TWO of the eleven UFRENCI-IIE" INTERVIEW-Sara Wilson, bug delegates to the Texas High School Pr e s s iness manager for the Pony Expre s s, inter Conference in Denton held last December views a French bicyclist for a feature story are Marge Brown and Dale Burnett, juniors. IIITEHVIHUIIIG, UIRITIIIG KEEP STHFF BUSU FOUR FIRSTS-Looking over state honors won by the Pony Express are editor Robert Williams and adver- tising manager, Suzanne Sears. B U D D I N G JOURNALISTS -Diligent first year journalism students busy improving the i r journalistic skills are, left to right, Peter Loeb, Anne Morrison and Dale McKeehan. LOOKING 'EM OVER ---Membersof the 1954-'55 Yucca Glo- riosa staff are, istan- ding left to rightl, Roy Lee Price, as- sociate editorg Rob- erta Fuqua, Carolyn Templeton, Jimmy Feaganp Jeanne Zeiglerg Mary Alice Dammanng J a n e Bea1l,advertising managergShir1ey Feagan, business manager, Marge Brown, Theora Holl- ingsworth, and Bettye Joyce Pullig. Seated are, left to right, Wanda Gail Kirkpat- rick, and Lauretta Bunn. Ben Brock is advisor of the year- book. Members of the Yucca Gloriosa staff have numerous responsibilities, but the most im- portant is getting the annual out to the stu- dents. To make this possible, many long hours of work go into the making. The stu- dents are kept busy throughout the school UUCCH STHFF SEEKS Hll-STHTE year selling ads to help finance the annual, choosing the theme and cover, but then the work really takes place with the make-up of the book. This is work thatis carried on by all members of the staff and worked on from day to day in class. DOWN TO BUSINESS ---- Members of the Yucca Gloriosa staff, left to right, are Sheila Young, Larry Ware, editor, Wil- lie Mae Wyrick, and Shirley Feagan, business manager, seated. OLD PROS---The second year Spanish Class, also chapter I of Newman High's Spanish Club, are old hands at theSpanish language. Theyare,FIRSTROW,LEFT TO RIGHT: Mrs. Garland Vinson, instructressg M.L. Charles, secretary5A. Wade, reportergP. Loeb, vice-pres- ident. SECOND ROW: R. Morris, P. McBride, M. Richardson, G. Moore. THIRD ROW: C. Villa, C. Franklin, R. Thompson, S. Hudgins. FOURTH ROW: N. Ware, L. Stewart, L. McCormick, and D. Dill. Not in the picture are J. Loeb and W. Davis. HEUIIHHH HIGH SPHHISH ClUB UNDER Hflll SPUHSUR NEOPHITES TO THE SPANISH LANGUAGE---Members of the first year Spanish Class,which compose chapter II of the Spanish Club, are studying their first year of Spanish underthe new Spanish instruc- tress, Mrs. Garland Vinson. SEATED FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Mrs. Vinson, Theora Hollings- worth, president, Lorenzo Guiterrez, vice-presidentg Mary Alice Dammann, secretary, Wanda Gail Kirkpatrick, r e po r t e r. SECOND ROW: Camilio Fuentez, M ad el in e Craver, Virginia Edwards, Carolyn Faulk, Joyce Bishop, Bill Roberts. THIRD ROW: Kay Callison, Christine Royall, Cecil Dunlap, Steve Linn, Torn Lindley, Darrell Aldridge. FOURTH ROW: Josie Castorena, Maria Sepeda, Sarah Quirino, Cap- ita Castillo, and Man- uel Gomez. Members of the Sweetwate r High School Thespians are, LEFT TO RIGHT, QFIRST ROWQ: Sue Purrington, Julia Kraft, Ross Thompson, Sara Wilson, Virginia Reeves, Suzanne S ea r s, Carol Sealy, Cha rlotte QBootsiej Cook. SECOND ROW: Mary Lee Shackelford, Sue Lewis, Peggy Young, Joyce Evans, Kathryn Younger, Anne Wade, Jane Loeb, Rosemary Morris. THIRD THESPIHHS USE HEU ROW: Nelda Sessums, Ann H e r r i ng t on, Patricia Wyatt, Virginia Edwards, Doris Bonner, Miss Edith Baldridge, sponsor, Margaret Richardson, Dorthy Patton. FOURTH ROW: PeggySaxton, Janice Green, Gerry Parker, Steve Linn, Wayne Nichols, Daryl Johnson, Cecil Fenley, Jeanne Zeig- ler. TU DHHIHH, UUIHEIJU Drama or comedy, the Thespians are wil- ling and capable to perform either. With the aid of Miss Edith Baldridge, their sponsor, the Thespians have presented a variety of plays, including "High Window, " a. one-act play used in the Interscholastic League Contest. While only a few got roles in the plays, other mem- bers worked on the set, costumes, and make- 1 "LOOKA HERE, WOMIN', " says Kay Callison to Gerry Parker during an intermission scene at the play, "Our Hearts Were Young and Gay. ll up. 'UUH HEHHTS UIERI UUUH6 HHD GHU . ' DRAMATIC DOINGS--This is a scene from the Thespian production, "Our Hearts Were Young and Gay," starring Sara Wilson and Sarah Elliot. LEFT TO RIGHT are: Sarah Elliot, Suzanne Sears, seated, Sara Wilson, center, James Bishop, Ross Davis, in window, Reagan Bonne, and Ross Thompson. THE MAKE-UP OF THINGS--Anne Morrison pre- pares Sara Wilson for the "opening night" perfor- , mance in a typical back-stage scene, while Peggy 3 Young looks on with interest. In the background are Caroll Kearney and Suzanne Sears. E "FOLLOW THE SCRIPT," says Miss Edith Baldridge, speech instructress, to Penny McBride, left, and R o s em a r y Morris as they p r a c L i c e for their parts in the play, "Our Hearts Were Young and Gay." 99 0 WELDING SCHOLARS--Members of the General Metals clas s which is Chapter Il' of the VIC Club are, left to right: Ray Rushing, instructor, W. Johnston, H. Hobbs, G. Scs- sums, C. Sanders, C. Green, J.W. Conner, E. Forbes, M. Thomas, G. Wortham, P. Cunningham, S. Sanders, C. Hassell, R. Roberts. VIS CLUBS UEEEH SEUUEUES EXPERIENCE E club sponsor, G. Lambert, R. I-Iendley, C. Galloway, C. Lindsey, V. Loudamy, L. Brown, D. Davis, J. Price, D. Fort, J. Carlton. SECOND ROW: J. Malone, B. Stone, T. Smith, R. Holdridge, W. Mann, D. Proctor, G. Grant, R. Phillips, W. Wilson, R. Conn, K. McDougle, and G. Pitts. HALF-TIMERS--Students who are mem- bers of the Diversified Occupations class work half of the dayand attend class for a half day under the D,O. plan. The stu- dents get excellent training in their future vocations. They are left to right, EFIRST ROWS: HoytByrd, D.O. instructor and FIRST PLACE WINNERS--- This is the title anticipated nythe number sense class as hey practice for contest. lumber sense students, .EFT TO RIGHT are: Ralph Fowler, Pete r Loeb, Anne Aorrison, Peter Fox, Dale Burnett, Gracie P e e pl e s, Vane Loeb, Gerald Sherrill, Vim rn y Williams, and Karl Aorris. Standing is Coach V.G. Overton. IHTERSCHULHSTIC TEHIHS SHHHPEH UP 'TI-lAT'S CORRECT," says Coach Hoyt Byrd as Margaret Richardson solves a problem n slide rule workouts. Other slide rule students LEFT TO RIGHT are Ross Davis Everett Barnes, Don Whorton and Billy Kelly Sweetwater High School was represented his year in Interscholastic League contest by three slide rule students Margaret Billy lnd Bobby Richardson. Zh.-. ANDI SHALL PROVE THAT THE AFFIRMATIVE. . . This might be typical words of either Ross Thompson or Jeanne Michael KSTANDINGJ at a debate meeting. Members of the Debate Club are Qleft to right1Doyt Dill, Peter Loeb, David Roberts, David Caskey, Ross Thompson, Jeanne Michael, Mrs. Bill Norred, sponsor, Margaret Richardson, Billy Jamison, and Peggy Barnes. DEBHTEHS, DEMHIIHERS ENTER Il CUHTEST Students who entered the Interscholastic League declamation c onte S t in the spring were judged on their choice of selection and ability to convey their selection to the aud- ience. At the IL contest in Abilene, students were entered in both the junior and senior division. Two boys' debate teams attended a con- test at Waco. Ross Thompson and Pete r Loeb's team won two debates and lost two, while David Roberts and Billy Jamison won one debate and lost three. 102 READY FOR DECLAMATION---Among the students who were Interscholastic League declaimers this year are, left to right, Alton Pembroke, Miss Edith Bald ridge, instructress, Suzanne Sears, Sarah Elliot Karen Carpenter, and James Bishop. EI2Ii!W1iM9MlH NOT SHORTHANDED HERE- Girls entering the lnterscho- lastic League shorthand con- test are, left to right, Gayle Meyer, Gaylon Gee, Mary Lue Charles, Alseon Miller, and Laurae Neal. Mrs. Chas. Nunn is sponsoring the group. This is her first year to teach Secretarial Studies in New- man High School. She re- placed Mrs. Bette Truly, who resigned at mid-term. TUPISTS, STEHUGITHPHEHS ETTTEH CONTEST T00 TYPING HOPEFULS--Girls entering the In terscholastic League typing contest this year Alice Damrnann Willie Mae Wyrick Neoma are, left to right, Tfront to back! Joyce Nell Graham Patsy Stockton and Shirley Whit Bishop, Anne Morrison, Judy Kraft Mary worth Mrs Charles Nunn is the teacher HEU T0 RECUGHITIUII 'JUCBH IIURUHHTIUII IHISS SHS IIEUI UEHR lilHl HIH6 UF HEHBTS CLHSS FHVURITES llIHU'S UIHU lIlUB EHUIIIES 32 '- if 145 -'nl 1 . 5 I 2 ' iw 'Yu sg :Z ,mi 3, Q m an 4 114 3 . fr 1 5' A' . K 5 . JE L QT-links? 5,1 i. X ' 1 4 wg 1 Exif! +94 MM ss 4, ' . f , Q Q, y 'Sq PHESEHTIH6 THE UUEEH HHD HER HUUHl CUUHT! Joyce Nell Bishop, junior princess was crowned 1955 lucca Gloriosa Queen in a dreamland setting of silver umbleweeds and arches showered in blue light. Runners- Lp to Queen Joyce Nell were above, senior princess Thelma earneyg top rightg Carolyn Templeton, sophomore prin- xessg and bottom right, Connie Panzer, freshman princess. 107 v g -1:-1' 'ni 14 RUTH ANN JONES . Senior Duchess J' fw- ' PAT TANSIL Senior Duchess HIISSES UIHLH IH H IJHEHIH . v J MARGE BROWN THEORA HOLLINGSWORTH O8 Junior Duchess Junior Duche ss PRETTY AS A PIC- TURE--Queen Jo yc e Nell Bishop, in her robe of red and wear- ing her glistening crown, s mile s hap- pily at her court. Her escort is David Ro- berts, and the c r own bearers are Mike Le- wis and Janet Guelker. CURUHHTIUH Hflll IH UREHIHLHHD SETTING THE ROYAL COURT The que e n and her court await the royal entertainment which was given by the A Cappella Choir the Four Kards Troubadears and a saxophone soloist, Lorenzo Gutierrez .ip 4 M., Q.. 3' . .x A . . 3 J .N x , A gig if E, K .5i5gimv,.:x-' ,Za N ff' V' w. , 5, , gd . 54' ' 4:14 K Y 5,4 - v.,f,,,,, Jw f few .J 13? yv J, ,M , . ni" ' 14' W.. Hd fi K sz, f 1 . -It wx. ,.DJ"2fgP5 x n , 4-Q ij ff lv Wu TEARS OF JOY--On re ceiving the honor of Miss SHS, Gayle Meyer gets smiles of approval from her competitors, as wellas her audience. Standing KLEFT TO RIGHTJ are: Mary Alice Dammann, Suzanne Sears, Peggy Barnes, and Almaz Nayfa. IHHHU HHPPU IIIISSES! BEAUTIFUL, TALENTED QUARTET--From the fourteen candidates of the Miss SHS contest, these four girls were chosen. Standing QLEFT TO RIGHTJ are: Suzanne Sears, third place, Gayle M e ye r, Miss SHS: Joy Pace, s e c ond placep and Mary Alice Dammann, third place. There was a tie between MaryAlice and Suzanne for third plac e, and the prizes were divided. BEAUTIES ON PA RAD E--Fourteen New- man High School girls were finalists in the first annual contest to select "Miss SHS." Candidates were nominated from each home - room or organization, and elimination try- outs were held. These fou r t e e n smiling beauties are, standing, QLEFT TO RIGHT5: Ruth Ann Jones, Pat Tansil, Gloria Azios, Peggy Barnes, Kay Nance, Suzanne Sears, Gayle Me ye r, Almaz Nayfa, Mary Alice Dammann, Joy Pace, and Joyce Nell Bishop. Sitting, QLEFT TO RIGHTjare: Theora Hol- lingsworth, Sara Wil son, and Julia Shaw. 113 SMILE FOR '55--Carolyn Baggett was chosen by out-of-town judges as win- er in Sweetwater High Schoo1's annual New Year's Girl contest sponsored by the Pony Express. Winners were cho- sen from photographs submitted by the contestants' homerooms. Carolyn and two runners-up, Mary Alice Damrnann and Mary Lue Charles, were chosen on a "typica1 school gir1" basis for per- sonality, poise, and freshness. Mary Alice Dammann 114 THEIR PICTURES LUUH -z.I. -ig, M'Lv-fr I L Mary Lue Charle s GARY CARSON King of Hearts When beauty, talent, and personality honors are taken each year at Newman High School, most of them are bestowed upon the "fairer sex." Several years ago the local Futur e Homemakers of America Club decided on a"fruitbasket turnover." This brought about the King of Hearts P r e s e n t a t i o n, usually held around Valentine's Day. This year the honor went to Gary Carson, s e nio r, who was elected by the homemakers. HUIHEIHHHEHS CHUUSE 'HIH6 UF HEHHTS' ROYAL COURT--Royalty at the King of Roberts. CENTER: Gary Carson and Hearts Presentation are standing QLEFT Shirley Whitworth. FRONT ROW: fright TORIGHTQ C. Panzer, J. Pullig, L. sidej: G. Reed, C. Echols, B. Meyer, Purvis, J Wilkinson. BACK ROW: M. M. Clark, D. Burnett, C. Templeton, L. Thomas J Kearney, J. Zeigler, B. Panzer, and M. Charles. 115 -ENN, . ..,,k 1 W .I .57 'vmifj IJ w W L ic, sn. A r--. A ,B 1 ' . 'ab ,. f , " , A ' Wi -f "-:T "1 . . F 1: n ,- uri' , K J! Q . 9 by V. L 1 x lf! L if I' uma, 1-315 152 -44. I , L, -L .. ,L .. qgisggm i 6 1 ..'I2f' 'R 'xl k 'G Hia ' Q Q 'nf A s a 1-.,E?5?ef21,.,,. 1 1 K' - 4:5 -j 1 K 5 tisisiiii 1 -- ' Q +1 .f 4 S? , f 4, ,Q 'J .Q W- 2- . ig, - gg - fQV:Vi!f-f..,1 uzfgai' .. 1' " ,gi "Qi -my gms' X R M '38 Q SX 4 5' CONNIE RUDD Senior Favorite M K LX , V - Wliaf. ' RR'-Q .-'Q VM! 'L MARTHA ENGLISH Senior Favorite 4 fm 3 X R M Ms V 1 X w 5 Q E A Qsgff' 8? f 4 I 3 ,mf 1 sw ' - " 51 ,Q aa X1., 3 'T 'nf Junior Favorite i HENRY qBubbay MEYER .nag .'?"3-1 vm -11 . , "HJ ,H , M .Qld V 1,4 Yijffiii 1 ff ,. ' v r A 1 vw kj 59, ,Ns-, I www R ..L, .. S N Q :- M was , , Q u,. ,,.. fg x His 1 , mu A X Z sf 1 A Q4 , Beg, 34:55, x E 'iv 7, gag . I I ...,.. ,r, ,, ,I , 1' iff I ' 1 I If lf, ll' x" ,': v "ff 0'1" V tiff W1Hj'l I.. Q" ll' ,N "l l'! N I I I I J I gl ill I a I n ill S si! . L,p " 'lr 's 'tl il: l'g fed' I I if QI xl' f' ij! .L n! GARY CARSON Senior Class President '54-'55 Vice-President of F.F.A. '54 President of Greenhands '53 King of Hearts Duke '53-'54 King of Hearts '55 Branding Iron '55 Football '53-'55 F.F.A. '52-'55 STUIJHIT BUD!! GEORGE ARNOLD Runner-up Class Favorite '52-'55 President A Cappella Choir '55 Sophomore Class Reporter '52-'53 President Boys' Ensemble '54 King of Heart's Duke '52-'53 A Cappella Choir '52-'55 All-State Chorus '54-'55 Boys' Ensemble '54 Boys' Quartet '55 Football '53-'54 Track '52-'53 UHUUSES lUHU'S UIHU RUTH ANN JONES V. I. C. Club Secretary '54-'55 Class Secretary '53-'54 Junior Favorite '53-'54 Troubadears '52-Q53 A Cappella '52-'54 Branding Iron '55 Who's Who '53-'55 Duchess '52,-'53 ' 3.1 CAROLYN JONES Sophomore Class Secretary '52-'53 Reporter Student Council '54-'55 'Express Business Asst. '54-'55 Miss March of Dimes '55 Pony Express '53-'54 Spanish Club '53-'54 Branding Iron '55 Thespians '52-'55 F.'I'.A. '53-'55 Choir '53-'54 125 2 GAYLE MEYER nomecoming Queen Runner-Up '54 Sophomore Favorite Nominee '52 Choir Secretary-Treasurer '54 F.T.A. Vice-President '53-'54 V.I.C. Sweetheart '53-'54 Council Secretary '53-'55 A11-Region Chorus '53-'54 All-State Chorus '54-'55 A Cappella Choir '52-'55 Student Council '53-'55 Best Girl Citizen '55 Spanish Club '52-'54 Troubadears '52-'55 Branding Iron '54 Miss S.H.S. '55 F.T.A. '54-'55 6 I2 SEIIIURS, 5 JOHN EDD KILLEN Assistant Editor Pony Express '54 Assistant Editor Wagon Wheel '53 Student Council '54-'55 Class President '53-'54 Pony Express '53-'54 Number Sense '52-'53 Slide Rule '53-'55 Who's Who '53-'55 JUEIIUHS SELECTED JOY PACE Sophomore Favorite '52-'53 Secretary of Band '54-'55 Homecoming Queen '54-'55 Znd Place Miss SHS '55 Branding Iron '54-'55 Cheerleader '53-'54 Jr. Duchess '53-'54 Stage Band '52-'55 Twir1er'54-'55 F.T.A. '53-'55 Band '52-'55 ALFRED QSONNY! OHLENBUSCH Student Council President '55 'Council Vice-President '54 Rotary Student Guest '55 Head Cheerleader '54-'55 Student Council '95-'55 Cheerleader '53-'55 Branding Iron '54 Basketball '52-'53 Thespians '52-'54 F.T.A. '53-'55 Q E 7 CLAY JACK REEVES Sergeant-At-Arms of Band '53-'54 Junior Vice-President '53-'55 Student Council '53-'55 Who's Who '53-'55 Football '51-'55 F.T.A. '54-'55 Band '51-'54 Track '53-'55 HIP STUDENTS THHE EDWIN PEEPLES Co-Editor Pony Express '54-'55 President Student Council '54 Sophomore Vice-President '52 King of Hearts Prince '52-'53 Junior Class Favorite '53-'54 Editor of Wagon Wheel '53-'54 Student Council '53-'54 Liberwhoochiees '53-'55 Number Sense '52-'54 Who's Who '53-'55 Pony Express '54 D.0. '55 S in .-,. , X,.c1f,.1f.-.- is 4 f- -4 ' nf ,W,. ,yfw .- -1 E ' wff'-M' f W- fuk- ., . ., .. ,. . ., . HIGH HUHURS SARA' WILSON Thespian Bus. Mgr. '53-'54 Express Bus. Mgr. '54-'55 Thespian Pres. '54-'55 F.T.A. Presidente F54-'55 'Pony EkpreHssf53e'55 5 A Cappe1la 'tSeZ- '55Q S Thespians '52l-'55 Debate '54-'55 F. TQA. '53-'55 I , i ,J,. A I . Dui., ,wtf ,, M X. f .v'Ll',f ' FRANK SMITH 'Express Sports Editor '54-'55 Student Body President '53-'54 W. T. F. S. C. Delegate '52-'54 T.A.S.C. Delegate '52-'55 Rotary Student Guest '55 Class President '52-'53 Class Favorite '52-'53 T.H.S.P.A. Delegate '53 Student Council '52-'55 Branding Iron '54-'55 Pony Express '53-'55 Football Captain '54 Mr. F.T.A. '55 Baseball '54 F.T.A. '55 I.. 1' MARY ALICE DAMMANN New Year Girl Runner-Up '54-'55 Delegate to T.H.S.P.A. '54-'55 Finalist in Miss S.I-I.S. '54-'55 Secretary of Spanish Club '54-'55 A Cappella. Choir '54-'55 All-State Chorus '54-'55, A11-Region Choir '54-'55 Yucca Staff '54-'55 Troubadears '53-'55 F.T.A. '54-'55 TEHCHERS HUIHIHHTE JOYCE NELL BISHOP Co-Editor of the Wagon Wheel '54 Secretaryaf Junior Clan '54-'55 Yucca Glorious. Queen '55 Choir Accompanist '52-'53 Assistant Accompanist '54-'55 A Cappella Choir '52-'55 si If , X Ah Sv, mugg- 3. ,, K1 K -I I Q uw Ju 'L' . .f Bw? 'K CUIHPUIHB SCHULHRS BOBBY HARTGRAVES Football '53-'55 Track '53-'55 e if . R 1' 3 k' ' Q 5 K fx f I L, . SFF f sk A 1552 TY? HENRY QBUBBAQ MEYER Vice-Pres. of Soph. Class '53-'54 President of Junior Class '54-'55 Basketball '53-'55 ' Football '53-'55 Golf '54-'55 RP SHIRLEY WI-IITWORTH F,H.A. Secretary '54-'55 F.H.A. '53-'55 F,T.A. '54-'55 Band '53-'55 wi,-QV, -Mg: viii, . , X ,X .,,,,,.,,L..L, W.. .. W .,,i,... We. , 'QL ,kd Q ...Wfmmgs lUHO'S IUHU BETTYE JOYCE PULLIG Miss March of Dimes Nominee '54-'5 Homecoming Queen Nominee '54-'55 Secretary of Troubadears '53-'54 Delegate to T.H.S.P.A. '54-'55 Sophomore Favorite '53-'54 A Cappella Choir '53-'55 Junior Favorite '54-'55 Choral Council '53-'54 Annual Staff '54-'55 Pony Express '54-'55 Cheerleader '53-'55 Troubadears '53-'55 F.'I'.A. '54-'55 1 X we if Q11 VF: Mg - 55' f 'ff 3? f, w 1 W 1 . K x 2 N' , E el ,f Q 23" 'ffwm-ma .vrw-lil Q ,fc V? 2? A JOY PACE CAROLYN JONES Homecoming Queen Miss March of Dimes STUDENTS IHHE HUHUHS kv if-V .4 S 4 3 A FRANK SMITH JOAN WEEMS Mr, FTA Miss FTA V-M fuf I i vw ClUBS CHUUSE UUEEHS, SWEETHEHHTS X MARY LUE CHARLES Spanish Queen ,jg 4 ,I ' Vf jj, 4, ' Q K' Y' 2 i ,. L, W, .AA if PAT TANSIL Choir Sweetheart 4 CAROLYN TEMPLETON F F A S th I SUIEEEHEHHTS REPRESEEIE RESPECTIVE CLUBS DOROTHY CCHI CHU ALLEN Band Sweetheart DEL SULA DAVIS D,O. Sweetheart ff' 7., . , 2 , E Y 2 E 1' E 1 5 ,iw if Aw . deyil- ' 1 13" W . BUNNY SEIFERT General Metals Sweetheart E I 1 JlllEUBHll HEU TU HTHHTICS FUUTBHLL BHSHETBHLL H-S' SPUHTS rg s 1 H! F tsietcuv in divisor: iii Yllii :suns llfllill Nkliiii iilllf IUC ici lil ,x1-- w MTN lQUv-- :ao :anno icosnooo oocnrooe fillllli IDI CII!! PUC ,m OO ll ll 00 il Ol OO ll I O0 OO Ill U00 OD ll O0 'o ,"v u,. s,. a s.' n.' 's n,' s.. u.. I'- si' 4s" u 'A GRIDIRON COACHES --Newman High football coaches plan some grid- iron tactics onthe blackboard between games. They are Cleft to rightl Billy Savage, Ray Newton, D. C. Andrews, Pat Gerald, head coach, n and Bill Davis. HIUSTHHBS TIE FUR THIRD PLHCE The Sweetwater Mustang foot- ball team concluded the 1954 sea- son with a 4-5-1 win-los s-tie record, and tied for third place in District l-AAA with the Ver- non Lions. The erratic Ponies played a va r i able season. They fell to Plainview, the celler team, and were the only eleven to defeat the Breckenridge B uc ka roo s, who later b e c a m e state champions. P12 MUSTANG LEADERS--1954 Mustang captains are Qleft to rightl Robert Brothers, Roland Powell, Connie Rudd, and Frank Smith. .ARRY SUMMERS 'ullback l FRANK SMITH Quarterback HARR OLL HOB BS Halfbac k ARROL GREEN enter CLOYD SCHILLING Tackle PUHIES llllll, LUSE, TIE . . . GARY CARSON Guard DON AIKEN Quarterback BOBBY Mc NEAL Fullback HAND OF FATE--Frank Smith, Mustang quarterback, narrow- ly missed atouchdown as he was tripped by the hand of an Abilene Eagle in the Sweetwater-Abilene football game. sy, 'Q A ...w O N fi' A, 1 S i I vm W HIUSTHHGS DEFEHT SH-ITE CHHHIPS JOHN CHANCE Tackle FLOYD BRA NNON Tackle CLAY JACK REVEES End SAMM Y GLASS Guard DONN Y M cN EA L Halfback HHHD UIUHI4 BHIHGS GUUD, BHD BHEHHS JIMMY FEAGAN ' End BOBBY HAR TGRAVES BRICE HARTGRAVES Guard x Halfback SCOTT HAM ILTON Halfback ' "GO, GO, GO!" shouts the crowd as Mustang Harroll Hobbs, half- back, carries the ball in the Sweetwater-Abilene tilt, which the Mus tangs lost 13-O. ' PUHIES FIGHT FUR VIIITUHU JAMES HAR VE Y Halfback 9 '7 CONNIE RUDD Guard X m b A . .. ...bm ROLAND POWELL Tackle HENRY 1BubbaJ MEYER End EDWIN ETHEREDGE Center HIUSTHIIGS lEHVE IIIEIHUHIES DAVID ROBER TS End ADOLPI-I OLVERA Fullback GERALD MOUNCE Tac kle Swe etwate r Swe etwater Swe e twater Swe etwater Swe e twate r Swe etwate r Swe e twater Swe e twate r Swe etwater Swe etwater E x PUHU BUUHIJ-UP 20 North Side Ft. 0 Abilene 0 San Angelo 1 3 Snyder Z7 Lame sa 7 Vernon 18 Plainview 26 Levelland 18 Qreckenridge 7 Big Spring p ., ' n J DONALD ST ONE Wor th 20 13 Zl 12 13 12 19 15 15 21 'ROMISING FUTURE--The powerful "B" team Mustangs who look forward to returning in the "A" team next year are, FIRST ROW QLEFT TO RIGI-ITD: Sammy Glass, Refugio Dalafox, Lowell Wann, E.M. Lawrence, Turner Harvey, Jimmy Hardin, Stanley Mor- 'is. SECOND ROW: Raymond Lambert, Jan Guy, John Craft, Don Burns, Jimmy Jeeper, Aubrey Hardin, and Billy Ray Hanks. ,QEUJIHHII HIGH PUIIIES BUILD FUR 'BIG' IEHIH THEY'LL BE BACK--"C" team Ponies are, FIRST ROW QLEFT TO RIGHTI: Jimmy Law, Russell Daniel, Jack Byrd, James Bardwell, Stanley Boose, Johnny Clark, Joe Maddox, Jimmy Pullig, SECOND ROW: Leon Fitts, Norman Booth, Dickie Woods, Roland Brown, Richard Fenley, Lonnie Roberson, Dwain Walker, Kenneth Hall, Dickie Horton. THIRD ROW: Peter Fox, manage rg Karl Morris, Jimmy True, Patrick Gerald, Taylor Daniel, Thomas Mayo, Glenn Reed, Camilo Fuentez, Jerry Gage, and Coach Bill Davis. CAGE COACHES--D.C. Andrews, left, and Billy Savage, head basketball coach, look over some of the season records. Coach Andrews came to Newman High at the beginning of the 1954-1955 year as assistant football coach. SHS HIUSIHHGS HHVE ERHHIIC SEHSUII w ., ' u .4 The Sweetwater Mustang basketball team finished the 1955 conference race in seventh , i 3 place, C l Mustang Dale McKeehan was out front in district 1-AAA with 581 points in seasonal standings, an ave rage of 25. 3 points per game. Dale was named for all-district and all-state first teams. 'lf 2 l If r 2 MUSTANG FIVE--"A" team basketball players QLEFT TQ RIGHT! are: Dale McKeehan, Lawerence Bredemeyer Thomas Womack, He n r y fBubbal Meyer, Kenneth Dre: wery, and Coach Billy Savage. I , wh mx . fa. DALE MCKEEHAN Zenter VERRY LAMM iuard PUIIIES PUIBE SEVENTH 'WF 'f -QEX ' -.1 iv-33 11 'I V1 U33 S A UP AN AT IT--Dale McKeehan, 25, outreaches aL Big Spring Steer for the ball in the Sweetwater-Big Spring tilt. Other Pnnies in action are Lawrence Bredemeyer, 28, and Kenneth Drewery, 23. KENNETH DREWERY Guard . 'Mwq-mg' M W, 5 I It "0 SEHSUITS HHRVEST Sweetwate r Sweetwate r Sweetwater Sweetwater Sweetwate r Sweetwater Sweetwater Sweetwate r Sweetwater Sweetwater Sweetwater Sweetwate r Sweetwater Sweetwate r DALE LITTLEFIELD center Lame sa Big Spring Levelland Ve rnon Breckenridge Plainview Snyde r Lame sa Big Spring Levelland Ve rnon Breckenridge Plainview Snyde r - LAWERENCE BREDEMEYER forward WHOOPS! --Dale McKeehan, 25, m i s s e s the ball as it falls into the hands of a Vernon Lion during the Sweetwater-Ver 1 non game. Other Mustangs on the c ou r t are Henry fBubbaj Meyer, 243 Jerry Lamm, 21: and Thomasnwomack, 27. , , . ,,, ...fr I A 1, 2 PON WHOR TON iuard HENRY QBubbaj MEYER Forward u AWAITING THE 1955 SEASON--Players on the "B" team are, leff to right, Gera1dMounce, Samrny Harvey, 'Dowling Ware, endall, and Leon Holley. Dwain Hardin, John Craft, Carrol Kearney, Donal Kuyk- 0 il I I IIIHCIISIEIIS IIUII III IIISIIIIIII, IIEGIIIIIHI IIIIIIIESIS LIGHTNING TRACKM EN -- Members of the track squad entered contests at Brownwood, Snyder, Odessa, and placed fourth in the district meet at Abilene. They are, FIRST ROW, fleft to rightlz Don Aiken, B obb y Hartgrave s, Gaylon Gas siot, Sammy Glass, Kenny Turner, and Bobby Mc- Donald. S ECOND ROW: Har roll Hobbs, James Ha r ve y, C la y Jack' Reeves, Dale Littlefield, Scott Ham -I ilton, C a r 1' o 1 Boley, D i c ki e Allen, and Coach Ray Newton. THE BIG FOUR Left to right are: Harroll Hobb s, Clay Jack Reeves Carrol B ole y and Dickie Allen, all top s pr intm en. LOOKING IT OVER--James I Harvey looks over the hur- dle before he starts for the track. I I I GULFEHS THKE SEIIUHIJ HI DISTRICT PRACTICE MAKES P ER F EC T--Doyt Dill and Don Wafer get in some practice on the Lake Sweetwater golf course. N ,- Xu . """"'-4. IINNING STROKES--Don Whorton, left, and Henry """"""', Bubbal Meyer "warm up" their- strokes before play-, ng a round of golf. JEWMAN HIGH LINIGTERS--Members of the Newman High Golf team, coached ny Pat Gerald, entered contests at Texas A 8: M, Abilene, and Brady. They are, FIRST ROW QLEFT TO RIGHTI: Jan Guy, Gary Pace, Jame s Hamilton, James Sardwell, Everett Barnes, Douglas Austin, Darrell Aldridge. SECOND ROW: -Ienry lBubbal Meyer, Don Whorton, Phil Hamilton, John Craft, Don Wafer, Doyt Jill, Joe Ribble, and Coach Gerald. V0llEUBHll GIRLS LUIH FIRST PLHCE 3 A f Q V S I 1 Y A L f V 4 . "1 I . ji? V 7 6 x fri ' if I, J ,V . L :iff Y Q 'fi 'Q if I S ' X' 5 , fg xii' J x I. . Q , ' 5 ' , - Q-if' ,1"- W"f'U ' f TSP F 5' We 'N '13 M Q Y ics " Y K iv K iii: K i 'Q ,X . . f dp ,, A ' , lu V it 'V ' 5.5 V 7 I I ...fx .1 -e 4-. ,,, , -1' , 'iw Y .- , A T th. ' 'K Q E. wwgk 34 W., , , 'P gig 3 VOLLEYBALL SEXTET--Members of the volle yball team are left to right, Martha Bruce, Joan Clements, Velma Blailock, Wanda Hopkins, Mrs. Sparkman, coach, Jeanette Priest, Martha English, Anne Morrison, and Patsy Stockton. The Newman High volleyball sextet finished for the third consecutive year in first place in district 3-AA play among Abilene, Snyder, San Angelo, and Brownwood. Jeanette Priest, the only one back from last year's "A" team, was named for the all-t o ur na m e nt team at Big Spring, the outstanding tournament of West Texas. TRANING Fon 'rr-IE "A" TEAM--Members ofthe '-B" team are first row, left to right, Joyc e Geron, Gracief Peeplee, Dorlene Shaffer, Mary Carlton, Carole Finley,Q Zelma Wood, Neoma Graham, and Joy Landers. W. B. Whisenant. Kent placed first in d 1 s t r 1 c t HHIIHETEERS CUP HUHUHS HT HBllEHE T O PS IN TENNIS-- Newman High's tennis players warm up on the city park courts. They are, fleft photo! LEFT TO RIGHT: Billy Jamison, Kent Comolli, and Coach Bill Davis. In the right photo are Carl Franklin, 1 e f t, a nd 3-AA junior singles at Abilene Carl and W B second in doub le sg and Billy fourth in singles Other players were not available for a photograph GIRL SPUHTSWEHTHUSIHSTS HHVE CLUB NWN ww" . se A . if 'X 'iw i . SPORTY GIRLS--Members of the Girls' Sports Club are, FIRST ROW fleft to rightl: K. Polnack, J. Landers, J. Way, C. Watson, W. Hopkins, M. Eng- lish, L. Stewart, M. Carlton. SEC- OND ROW: B. Thompson, J. Smith, G. Peeples, P. Neeper, W. Walker, P. Grice, F. Sipe, B. Andrews, J. Gal- loway, B. Grice, J. Winn, Mrs. Spark- man. THIRD ROW: J. Halbert, P. Guelker, D. Shaffer, V. Blailock. N. Walker, J. Clements, J. Priest, M. Bruce, D. Sanders, P. Stockton, N. Graham, N. Sessums . HEU T0 BUUIH6 HDVERTISEIHEIHS V ,, ,Wf- . N3 ., 'W' .N ww A. W ,L -,Q V W 41 . 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Telephone No. 4911 SVVEETWATER, TEXAS McBRIDE CLEANERS Located at 907 Lamar OFFER CITY-WIDE PICK-UP SERVICE Ndxhvnlup Sweetwater Cotton Oil Mill I I --V--... Q1 ' its -1 l Q .--.'l'.e. W- .' ' , I 4 ' a ' 'T' "f T 'J ,..,,t,,, , V+ . L ,K For Your Best Uuality of Building Material See Burton-Lingo Lumber Company Dlffppfl' Fflwaye ,4 vm' DR. PEPPER BOTTLING CO. of ABILENE, INC ABILENE, TEXAS B rown Lumber Company for Your Best C1 . "I f I t's Building M aterzal GCIHIH g We Have It" Eisliiixiiiam ' "Y-iifavici F ,- , W-'Irv Uuuesux cz iw, 4 aa. . FV v ' .. ,wr u 'z we 'JI' A x 1' , X Y - . K . V .uf 1- ,,. Q X C. C. Cote S. Rile Spencer Cate-Spencer Funeral Home D I47I7-4718 Sweetwater ' . pe , E I . In -4 . fa :VEC F Lt.. P L S k E Qfivyw ,W . , ....... ,f f E . A ,I , , 5 ,p' .gg ,Li-C ,' V' , .I f,:...' .2-..'mf3'L""t4ir' 4if:aiaLs:,fShuME'.?.i-Qii-L-5.'T..L LL-1 'g.i,l,'gg.!:',1Z4f.1.m.g. . 4- in memuriam Melba Jamison died July 14, 1954 of pneumonia. 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Boydston, Kenneth . . . . Boykin, Robert Ervin. . . -Q -a Bentle, Sandra ..... Berkley, Wanda .... Best, Linda .... .. Bird, Betty ....... Bishop, James ...... Bishop, Joyce Nell .... Black, Gayle Don .... Blackwell, Roland . Blailock, Velma ..... Blankinship, Jimmy .. Boen, Freddy ........ Boiles, Shirley ....... Bollinger, Miss Louise Bonner, Jean Doris --.- Boley, Carrol ....... Boley, Charles ..... Boone, Reagan . . . Boose Stanley . . . Booth, Norman . . . 188 .......69,97,15l ...............15C ...Z7,82,9l,l35,l57 ................5v ...........47,s4 .......zv,s1,153 ................5v ...1s,zo,z3,13s,146 ...................11 ...z1,sz,s6,ss,a9,1z4 ....z7,s1 ....69.s4 .....47 ..69,86 ......15l . .......... 69 ...........-Q.47,87,ll3 47,80,84,9l,l02,ll4,168 .....l8,Zl,Z3,98,99,lO2 .................69,l5l .............47,10l,15l 69.91,9Z,98,l0Z,ll3,184 ..................47,90 . l6,57,6l.96, 98,163,183 .....................57 ...........57 .......47,86 .......69 ........84 ....47,a1,9o ....................47 ...............57,99,lOZ ...46,47,86,87,97,103,106 ll0,ll1,ll3,l30 ..............9l ...47,8l,l52,l53 .......47,85 ....l8,Z2,80,84 ....69.8l,98 ..........27 ......57,91,92 57,65,94, 99 ....69 Brady, Vee ......... Brafford, Rex. . . . Brannon, Floyd ....... Brazelton, Joe ........ Bredemeyer, Lawrence .... Bridges, Tommy ...... Bridwell, Billy ..... Bristow, Mary.. . Brock, Ben ...... Bromley, G.C. . . . Brothers, Robert . . . Brown, Dick ....... Brown, Marge ..... Brown, La Verne . .. Brown, Roland .... Bruce, Martha.. . Bryan, Donald ..... Buckley, Pat . . . . . . . Bullock, Melvelene. . . Bunch, Carl........ Bunn, Lauretta . . . . Burklow, Wanda . . Burnett, Dale .... Burns, Don ....... Burrows, Aubrey . Burrus, Ivy Dell . . Butts, Charles .... Byrd, Alan ...... Byrd, on nosoo Byrd, Mrs. Hoyt.. Byrd, Jack ....... ...'unne- Callison, Kay ........ Calloway, Charlene .. Calvert, Julia ...... Carlisle, Neva- .... Carlton, Jerry .... Carlton, Mary .... Carpenter, Karen . . . Carpenter, O.D. . Carroll, Carylon .... Carruth, Gordon .... Carson, Gary ..... Caskey, David ....... Cassady, Eva Nell . . . Castorena, Josie .... Castilo, Capita Chance, Berta .... Chance, John ....... Charles, Mary Lue. . . Chilton, Richard . . . . U.. 27.33,90,92,184 ............69,'84 ... ...... 47,85 .................l39 . . , 47,135, 146, 148, 146 ...........57,90,92 ........85 ........69 ...13.1B,94 ...........27 .. .... 27,138,174 47,83,94,95,96,l08,l58 ................Z8,l00 .....69.l84 ....28,8l,152 ........86 ....70 . ............ 57 ...l7,47,90, 92.94, 96 ...............57,90 25,82, 'Jl,ll5 .......57 ....57 ........57 .........47.85 ....a....EndSheet ....l8,l9,100,l0l ......70,80,85 . . .70, 86, 87, 97, 98 ..........Z8,l00 .......47,84,94 ..........70 ..........l00 .....47, 152, 153 ...........70.90.92.l0Z .......................l7 ....68,70,75,80,84,lO9,l74 ..,26,2.8,85,ll5,124,l38 ...........Z8,98,102 .......47,84 .....70,97 .....97 ..................57 ................28,l39 . . .28, 81, 82, 86, 87, 88, 97 103,ll4,ll5,l34, 172. .................l7 ..............72 Ilark, Madeline. . . . Ilark, Frankie . . . Ilements, Joann. . . . Ioltharp, Eddie .... Iomolli, Kent ...... Bonn, Roy Morris. . . . Ionway, Wilma. . . look, Charlotte . . . . Iornell, Richard . . . lox, Robin. . . . . . Iraft, John Iraig, Ear1......... Draver, Madeline. . . . Ireech, Betty . . . . . . Zrenshaw, June. . . . . Broan, Iunningham, David . . Iunningham, Pete. . . . Durry, Jerry. . . . . . . Daffer, Dorothy . . . . . Dammann, Mary Alice Daniel, Russell.. . Daniel, Taylor .... Davis, Anita .... Davis, Bill .... Davis, Nadine . . . Davis, Aline ...... Davis, Christine ..... Davis, Del Sula ...... Davis, Mrs. J. Frank Davis, Walter ....... Davis, Ross ...... Darby, Travis ..... Davenport, Sandra . . . Dennis, Judy ...... DeBusk, Lavonne .... Densmore, Don .... Dicken, Lyndon .... Dickey, Janice . . . Dill, Doyt ......... Dillashaw, Ila Fay . . . Dillashaw, Leola .... Dillashaw, Verneil. . . Doggett, Leon ....... Dollar, Don ....... Dorsey, Edward ..... Drewery, Kenneth . . . Dugger, Nick ........ Duncan, Bobby Ray . . Duncan, Charles ..... Dunlap, Cecil... ' Dunn, Kathy... Dunn, Willie .,.. education is vital lieu ia american D ....'...70,ll5 ...........7O,84 ...28,8l, 152, 153 ....58,90,02, 153 .........48,l00 ....29,33,82,93,98 ........58,90 ...58,l49,l5l ....70,86,87,97 ....70 ......100 ........70 ...29.90, 100 ........85 . . . . 17, 48, 54, 82, 83, 86, 87, 88 V 96,97,l03,ll3,ll4,130 aaa... Ulabfiaif .................70 ...........70,7l,73 .................48 ...19,20,23,138,153 .............70,84 ...........58 .............48 ...48,84,l00,l35 ..........19,84 .....46,48,85 ...29.91,99,101 .................17 .................70 84,86,87,88,174,l80 .................48 .......... End Sheet .................70 .................29 58,87,97,98,l02,151 .................58 .................48 ..........48 ....48,86,88 .......70,85 .............49 ...7,14,135,146 .......71,90 ....71,85 .....85 ....58,97 ......58 ....58,86 Echols, Carolyn . . . Edmonds, Barbara . Edwards, Sydney. . . Edwards, Virginia . Elliot, Sarah ...... English, Martha . . . Eoff, Joy ......... Etheredge, Edwin . . Evans, Joyce .... Farr, Betty Sue . . Farr, June ...... Faulk, Carolyn . . . Feagan, Jimmy . . . Feagan, Shirley. . . Fenley, Cecil ..... Fenley, Richard . . . . Ferrell, Richard. . . Finch, Sue ........ Fincher, Pat .... Finley, Carol .... Finley, Nancy ... Fitts, Leon ....... Flickinger, J.M. . Forbes, Eugene ..... Forbes, William ..... Forester, Valentine .... Forester, Wade ...... Forgay, Sandra Jean Fort, Donnie. . . . . . . . . Foust, Weldon . . . Fowler, Ralph . . . . ...... ....71,75,80,84,115 ...............7l .. ...... ........ 69.71.90 .. .... .... ....7l,81,97,98 . ....21,29,81,82,90,99,102 . ...26,29,81,84,117,152,153 ....................71,90 ............90,141 ...58,91,98 ............49 ............71,84 . ........ . .71, 81.86, 87. 97 ................58,6l,80,140 . .. .46, 49, 52, 83, 86, 87.96, 174 ..................49,86,98 .......71 ..........49 .....14, 59,84 ...71,84,86,87 ....59,84,152 ....29,81,84 ........71 .......15 ......100 ........71 ...59,84,90 .......l1 .......71 ....29.100 ...........7l ...................29,85,101 Fox, Peter.... ......................68,71,101 Foy, Basil ... Franklin, Carl .... Franks, Terry. . . . Frazier, Jerry . . . Fuentez, Camilo , , , , , Fuqua, Roberta . . . Fullwood, Wanda.... ...... .. Gage, Jerry . . . . . Galloway, Jane Garee, Lorraine . . . . Gardner, Sue .... Gassiot, Gaylon. . . Gee, Gaylon ...... Gerald, Pat, Jr. . . Gerald, Pat, Sr. . . Geron, Joyce .... Gesin, Jimmy . . . Glass, Sammy .... Gomez, Manuel . . . Graham, Neoma . . . 49, 50, 82, 86, 88, 89, 91, 92,172 .........9l,97.l53 ,, sz,a6,ss,a9 ................s9 .............11,91 72,73,9l,93,96,157 ..............,.7Z ...............72 ...49,81,84, 94,153 . . . . . .30, 82, 86,150 30, 82, 84, 91, 92,105 ........1z,13s,15i ............17,l38 .........59,l52 . . . .56, 59, 139, . . .49.103, 152, 150 .97 153 18 Hassell Graham, Sandra . . . . Grant, Gary .... .. Graves, Susan .. Green, Carrol .. Green, Ginger... Green, Janice .... Green, Murlene Greer, Betty .... Greer, LaMay... Greer, Nancy .... Grice, Bonnie . . . Grice, Patsy .... Griffin, Ualton . . . Griffith, Paula .... Grimsley, LeeRoy. Gutierrez, Lorenzo Guy, Jan .......... Guelker, Gayle .... Guelker, Janet .... Guelker, Peggy .... Hagler, Wanda . . Halbert, Joan . . . Halbert, J.W. . . Hale, Barbara. . . Hale, Coavert . . . Hale, Kenneth . . . Hall, Eleanor ..... Hamilton, James .. Hamilton, PhiL .... Hamilton, Scott .... Hammonds, Yvonne Hand, Barbara .... Haney, Joy Lee... Hankins, Gene. . . Hanks , Har din Har din Hardin, Harris Harris Billy ..... Aubrey .... Dwain .... Jimmy . . . Betty ..... Oscar .... Hartgraves, Bobby. . . Hartgraves, Brice . . . Harve ll Harvey, Harvey, Harvey, Frank..... James . . . Sammy Turner . . Cris a n s Ethel. . . . Hassell, Hefner, Raymond . . . Hendley, Roy. . . . . . . . Henderson, Harvey Hendricks, Barry .... Hendricks, Paul . . . . Hendrichs, Clifton . . . 190 success . . . great heights were never H .fIIi2..36f6 ........7z .......30,100 ............s4 ..30,80,100,137 ... ......... 49 ...59.90,98 ........30 ...59.90 ...49.80 ......49 ....49.153 ....72,153 ......72 .....7Z .....30,94 ..........59.97 59. 90,151 90. 90.184 ............-11.1 ....49.94,154 49ja4, .........vz ....49.82,153 .........19 .......l86 ...59,85 .....72 ......49 .........72.l51 .........49,15l 0,82,83,l40,150 .............30 .............49 ...72,81,84 ...72.90.9l ........49 ........49 ....59.149 .......59 ..........72,s4 .50,131,140,l50 ..57,59,l40,165 .......59,90.94 .50,141,150,161 .........59.149 .....59.91.161 ......6o,1oo ....14,72,84 n.u1i19 ....30,100 ....6o.9o ....so ....va ....so Herrington, Ann . . . . Hobbs, Harroll . . . Holdridge, Royce . . . . . . Holley. Leon....'....... Hollingsworth, The ora Hoover, Herbert. . . . . . . Hope, Jo Ann .... Hopkins, Wanda .... Howe, Worth ...... Howe, Mrs. Worth . . . Hudgins, Sue ...... Hullwig. F.J. ...... . Humphries, Miles .... Hunt, Anna Raye . . . Hutchins, Nelda . . ...31,81,82,86, 87,9 .........50,l00,l1 137, l40,l50, 15 ..............31,l0 .................l4 14,48,50,86,87,96,9 108,113.17 ..................8 . .....-....... 60,8 ...31,84,94,l52,15 ............20.85,9 .., ................ 1 . l6,60,91,97,98,l6 .................1a ....6 ...........7Z,8 J Jamison. Bi11y.... .... .... 6 0,9l,92,98,l0 Jamison, Melba .... ..........,,, 1 8 -Tefffev. Vonita .... ......... .7 2,91 Johnson, Carole . . . .......... . . .6 Johnson, Daryl ... .... 60,85,91,9 Johnsen- Jndw-- ..... .... 72,87 Johnson, Naomi. . . ...................... . . .7 Johnston, Wilton . . . ...................... 31,10 Jones, Carolyn .. 31,37,80,81,94,ll0,125,133 -101165. Clyde ...... ...... ........... 6 0 , 63, 160 Jones, Ruth Ann .......... 29,31,108,113,lZ5 K Kearney, Carroll . . ...... .... 6 0, 80, 99, 149 Kearney. CeciL . . . . . . ........ . . .73, 90 Kearney, John .... ....... 3 1,82,85,'115 Kearney, Thelma .. ... 26,3l,80,81,107 Keelan, Kathy .... ..... 1....End sheer Kelly. Billy ... .... ....3l,90,92,101 Kennedy. James . . . ..... Q ..... . .60 Ke'medY. Rai' ----- ........... 5 0 Kent. Wendell - . ........ 73, 85 Kidd, Jane ........ ............. 7 3 Killen, John Edd . . . .... 32, 80, 94, 126 Killen, Mrs. Edd .. ,..,,.,,,,,,, 14 Kincaid, Gene .... ........... 5 0 King, Bobby ........ ............. 6 0 Kinsey, Marilyn .... ......... 7 3, 84, 86, 87 Kirgan, Ranny ....... . ............... 60, 91 Kirkpatrick, Wanda . . ..... 50, 54, 82, 92, 93, 96, 97 Kouri, Mavadean ..... ...57,61,84,91,92, 176,177 Kownslar, Joe ...... ................... 3 2,82 Kraft, Judy .......... .... 5 0,8l,82,94, 98,163 Kl1Yke!1d311. Donal . . . . ............... 61, 149 Kyle, Jim ........ ....... ' ..... l 5 L Lambert, C.E... .... ....ll Lambert, 'Gene . . . ....100 Maddox, Joe. . . . 179 achieved thrnunh tnnnranee . . students' nmbert, Raymond. . . Sue....... hmm, Jerry. . . . . . . nnders, Joy ..... me, Peggy Ann .... Lnier, Jolene .... nw, Jimmy ..... Lwrence, E.M. . nwrence, J.M. ... Ly, Jerry.......... eonard, Mary Jane.... :wis :wis awis, ewis, ewis, .........32,100 inc oln, indle y, indle y, indsey indsey, Joyce ....... Mike. . . M.P. . Roy ...... Hudson .... Dennis, . . Thomas . . . Jackie ..... Celeste .... inn, Steve ....... ittle, Doris ..... ittlefield, Dale .... ivingston, Jean... oeb, Irving ......... oeb, Jane .......... oeb, Peter........... oudamy, Virginia........ lcBride, Penny .... lcCain, Jean ........ lcCollom, Gerald . . . 1cCormick, Ballard . 1cCormick, La Nelle. . . . icCoy, Lloyd . . . . . . . . 1cCright, Wendell . . . f1cCu.tchan, Ruth. . . flcCutchen, Alvah . . . 4lcDonald, Bobby . . . . . f1cDoneld, Doris June llcDougle, Kenneth .... ficElroy, Martha .... ficFarlen, Johnny .... ficFarlen, Ordella .... AcGinley, Jerry ..... vicG1othing, Jerry l1cJunkins, Jane . . . v1cKay, John . . . . . v1cKeehan, Dale. . . . McMil1ian, Jack . . . McNeal, Bobby. . . McNeal, Donny .... McQueen, Duane . . . McQueen, Jerry . . . 61, 80, 85,176 ...50, 135,147,148 .. ...6l, 152, 153 ....50,86,87 .......73 ....61,86 .....1l ....90 .....50 .......5l ...l10,11l ...... ..... ..51 ....56,61,90.98 .......73 ....61.97 .... 61 . . . .73. 90. 97. 98 ...........51 ...5l,148,150 .11 82,-86, 87, 94, 98,101 ,59, 61, 94, 95, 97, 98,101,102 ....................100 . . . .16, 61, 65, 94, 97.98, 99,161 ....51,sz,9v ..........61 ....16','32,98 ....,,..va ...sz,1so ......si ...3Z,100 ......5l ....va ....ei ......ns ......3Z.90 ................73,90,92 ..................15,Z0,23 .. .5l, 94, 95,135,146,147.143 51, 94, 95 ....32.138 ....61,l39 ......5l ...85 Malone, Joe Jr. . Mann, Shirley .... Mann, Willard . . . Marchant, Jill . . . Marlin, J.T. . . .. Martin, Sue ....... Martindale, Linda . . . Martinez, Esther .... Mask, Tonnie Jo. . . Mason, Ronnie . . . Mayo, Charles. . . . Mayo, Christine . . . M ......71,73, Melton, Lanelle .....,...... Meyer, Gayle . . . . Meyer, Henry .... Michael, Jeanne .. Midkiff, Floyd. . . . Miller, Alseon ... Miller, Bill ...... Miller, Delano .... Miller, Mary Ann .... Miller , Millett, Miner , Lou Ella. . . . . Wendellene . . . John......... ....51,82,100,175 ............73 ....32,100 ...61,B4 ........ 17 ...74,84,90 ...EndSheet .........74 .......74 ...74 ...17 ...................51 . . . . 27, 33, 35, 80, 81, 82, 83, 86, 87 una Montgomery, Tim . . . . . . Moore, Miss Dorothy . . . Moore, Gayle ........ Moore, Morris . . . Moore, Ola ...... Morris, Douglas. . . Morris, Karl ...... .... Morris, Myrtice ..... ...... Morris, Rosemary ...... 16, 6 Morris, Stanley ............. Morrison, Anne ............ Morrison, Miss Leona .. . . Mounce, Gerald . . . . . . . . Murray, Pat ........ Murray, Patricia . . . . . . . . . . 103,112,1l3,126,170 46,51,ll5, 118,131,146 148, 149, 151,163 .....74,91,98, 102, 162 . . .81, 82, 84, 90,103 .. .... . .... ..74 ..............51 ...51,82,86,87,159 ..........33,81 ......61 ..........11 .............74 ....Z0,23,86,87 .......61,97 ......74 ....33,84 ..........62 ............68,80,101 .............51,81,82 Z,65,97,98,99,109,161 .5l,82,95,101,103,152 ...................20 ...........51,142,149 .....74.84 .......62 N Nance, Kay .... ... ......... 74,91,113 Nayfa, Almaz . . ............. 74, 113 Neal, Laurae ..... . . . 16, 33, 81, 82, 98,103 Neeper, Jimmy .... ................ 5 1 Neeper, Marcia . . . .......... 52, 90 Neeper, Polly .... . . . 74,153 Neeper, Robert .... ...... 6 2,159 Nelson, Sidney . . . ......... . . 74 Newson, Donata .... .... 5 2, 82, 86, 87 Newton, Ray ...... . . . 20, 138, 150 NiCh01S. Peggy . . . .... 33, 84, 94 191 .... 151 visions fulfilled lhrough diliqenl sludu Nichols, Wayne....... Norred, Mrs. W.R. .. Nunn, Mrs. Charles . . . . Odom, Betty ........ Ohlenbusch, Sonny .... Ohlhausen, Dean .... Olvera, Adolph .... Olvera, Vera .... Overton J.G. .. Owens, Bob.... .. ........62,90,98 ....21,23,98,l02 .......l6,103 ....33,80,82,93,127,177 ..............62,142 .......74 ...21,101 ... .....l5 Quirino, Rainey, Rasberr Redden, Reed, B Sarah . . . Arnold . . . . . y, Beverly Latria. . . . . . obby...... Reed, Glenn . . . . . , Reeves, Clay Jack Reeves, Neelia . . . Reeves, Virginia . Rhodes, Sandra. . . Ribble, Kennith .. Par ke r Pace, Gary........... Pace, Joy. . . . . 33 Panzer, Larry . . . . . . . . Panzer, Connie . . . . . . . Parish, Vernon . . . , Gerry.... , 35,8l, .6Z, 92,113,127,133,l66, .. .. . 34,85, 86, 87, 88, ......74, 107,110,ll5, . . . 62, 84, 86, 87 172 115 123 .34 '98 Ribble, Joe.......... Richardson, Bobby .. Richardson, Margaret. . . . Roberts, Billy. . . . . . . Roberts, David . . . Roberts, Ross. . . . . .........75,84 Parsons, Quata ... Patton, Dorothy .. Patton, Norman ..... Patterson, A.L. ..... . Patterson, E.C. lPat1 . Patterson, Marilyn .... Patrick, Eyvone ..... Pearce, Molly ..... Peeples, Edwin ... Peeples, Gracie. . . Pembroke, Alton .... Perez, Julio ......,, Phillips, Herman .... Phillips, Richard .... Pinnell, Jane ........ Pittman, Carolyn .... Pitts, Gerald ..... Pollard, Martha ..... Polnack, Bettie Jo .... ......34,81,84 52,86, 87,98 34,8l,82,86,87,88,90 Z2,31,34,80,128 62,80,101,152,l53 ......52,82,91,102 ...34,90,92 ......34,l00 ...52,8l,86,87 62,91,169 .....34,1O0 ....63 ......63 .... .... .63 Polnack, Katherine . . . Porter, Posten, Powell, Price, Price, Price, Price, Royce .... Nora Ann . . . Roland .... Beverly .... Jimmy .... Roy Lee . . . Sue....... ...74,l53 ...............63 .............74,81 .. 34,82,138,l4l,170 ...........52,86,87,91 ..................52,100 ... 52,54,86,94,96,16l,l80 ...................l4,63 n-nuances-nn...---nun. Priest, Jeanette. . . Proctor, Delmer . . . . Pruitt, Beverly. . . . Pullig, Gerald . . . Pullig, Jimmie. . . Purrington, Sue . . . Pursley, Donna, . . . Purvis, LuJean . . . 192 34,81, 152,153 100 Rober son, Lonnie . Rogers, Garrett . . Rogers, Lanita . . . Rogers, Maydeen . Rogers, Mondel . . Rosser, June ..... Rosser, Peggy . . . Rowan, J.D. .... . Rowan, Margaret .... Royall, Christine . Rudd, Connie ...... Rushin, Jane . . . Rushing, Ray. . . Sanders, Clyde .... Sanders, Dorothy .... Sanders, Samuel. . . Satterlee, Karen. . . Savage , Saxton , B.G. .... Peggy....... Schubert, Freddie Sc ott, Charle s . Scott, Glenda. . . Scott, Wesley ..... Seale, Jimmy. . . . . Sealy, Carol . . . Sealy, Elinor. . . Sears, Suzanne . . . . . . 16, 59, 63, 84, 98,160,161 Pullig, Bettye. . . . . . . . 50, 52, 54, 82, 86, 87, 88, 93 94, 96,119, 132,179 ...............35,82,l58 .. 68,74,80, 110,115,122 .............52,81,98 ................74,81 63,a4,s6,s1, 109, 115 Sedberry, Peggy. . . Seifert, Elizabeth .... Sepeda, Maria ..... Sessums, Grady . . . Sessums, Nelda ..... Shackelford, Mary . . . Shaffer, Dorlene ..... Q ....J4,97 R .............75 . . . 63, 86, 87, 178 .........75,84 ................35 ..............75,115 ....35,80,128,139,150 ................74,84 ....l6,63,86,87,98,160 ...56,61,63,84,91,92,176 ....................85 ...............85,151 ..............35,91,92 .....63,94,97,98,101,102 ........63,86,97,l15,178 52,80,98,102,110,142,179 .....................100 ...75 ...85 ...63 ...63 ...ll ...75 ...52 ................86 ................35,81 .....53,81,82,86,87,97 ....35,80,85,116,128,l41 .. ................ 34,81 ... ...19,21.100 S .. ......... 100 ...63,84,153 .....53.100 ....Z1,138,146 ...84,86, 87,98 .......75,85 ...75,90 ......63,85 ..........75 .............35,90,92,98 ................53,90,92 .38,82,86,87,89,94,95,98 99,l0Z,1l3,164,l67 ...l8,53,135 ......75,97 ............35,l00 ................75,98 ....64,84,86,87,88,98 . ........64,152,153 harrock, Peggy .... haw, Julia ......... heridan, Miss Laura herrill, Gerald ..... hifflett, Peggy .... hilling, Clara Jo. . . . hilling, Cloyd . . . hipley, Robert. . . huff, Glenda .... ides, Ronnie ..... impson, Bobby .... ims. J'.D. .... ipe, Floy ...... laughter, Jack ..... mith, Betty........ mith, Frank .Z9, 36, 82, 94, mith, mith, Jerry. . . . mith, Joy. . . . . mith, Ted . . - . . nyder, Bobby .... outh, outh, Glenda Char1es....... O1afG........ work, parkman, Mrs. Florence paulding, Myrna . . . pillers, Buddy . . . . pradlin, Charles .... tamps, Paulette .... tephenson, Gerald .. tewart, Laine ....... tewart, Nelda ...... tiles, Miss George . . tockton, Patsy ...... tone, Billy ...... tone, Donald .... troman, Betty . . . ummers, Larry. . . utton, Talbot, Billy . . . .' . Tansil, Patricia . . . Taylor, Taylor, Beverly .... Taylor, Charles . . . Taylor, Charles . . . Taylor, Dewitt . . . Taylor, Frances . . . Taylor, L.B. . . . . Taylor, Marcelle . . Taylor, Marie ..... Dr. Willis. . . . Antoinette . . . -onus.: T . . . .37, 82, .nn patience .........36,81,84 ....75,80,84,88,113 .........22,82,83 ....75,9l,92,101 ........64,84 .'...36,82,137 scholars ui tudau Teubner, Lance .... Thomas, Max .....,.. Thomas, Mondelene . . . Thomas, Myrna .... Thomas, Rocille .... U. Thompson, Barbara . . . Thompson, Ross . . . Torrez, Frances . . . ......64.93 ....36,93,l66 ....,..75.91 .......75 ....36,81 I . I 12:9,'l33,137, 138, 167, 172 ....64, 84,153 ......36,100 .....Z7,36,91 ....2, 10, 11, .,.22, 152, 110 153 .76 . ......... 36.82 ..f.36,86,88,89 ....76,80, 90,109 ....53,82, 97,153 .. ..........76,84 .53,82,103,152,153 ...............100 .........17,37,142 .Z5,53,84,86, 87,174 ....... 53,137,170 Travland, Terence. . . True, Jimmy. ..... . . Truly, Mrs. Bette . J. Trowbridge , Lalah. .1 . Turner, Turner, Turner, Turner, Utle y, Kenny ...... Mike .... Sue ..... Jean .... Brent .... ............53 ............100 .....16,s1,s4,115 ............76 ..............21,65 ...............76,153 ----65.90.97.98,99,102 U V Villa, Cecilio . . . . . . Vinson, Mrs. Garland. . . . . . . . . Wade, Wafer, Anne......... Don Waggoner, Bascom . . Walker , Walker , Walker , Walker Walke r , Walker , Walker , Wallin, Carl ...... Dwain ...... Elbert ...... , Miss Marian Nettie ...... Randal ..... Wanda . . . Pat...... Walton, Beaulah . . . . Walton, Wann, Ware , Ware , John ..... Lowell . . . Dowling . . . Larry .... Noma ..... W ......... 64 s4,s6,a1,es,s9,1os 113,134,167 ...........37 ..........76 ....37 .......64 ........53 ....76,81,84 ........53 .......64 Teague, Bobby ...... .............. ' ........ 6 4 Templeton, Carolyn . . . . . .63, 64, 84, 85, 96,107,110 l15,1Zl,134,162 Teubner, Belva .... ................. 5 3, 84 Ware, Watson, Carolyn .... Watson, Olen ..... Watson, Paul .... Way, Joyce ....... Weaver, Jenifer .... Weems, Bob ....... Weems, Joan ........ Welch, Mrs. Caffey.. Welch, Danny ....... Wells, Carolyn ..... Wheeler, Patsy. . . Whisenant, Sarah . . . Whisenant, W.B. . . . Whitaker, Sandra . . . White, John W. . . , . Whitworth, Johnny . . . na- nn an ..............76 .-..........22.,Z3 .......76 ........ZZ ....65,86,87 ....65,150 ....65,9Z ....76,84 .....76 ....76 .....97 ..........Z3,97 16, 65, 97, 98,160 . . . 37, 90, 92,151 ..........65,90 ....76 ....76 .....65 .....23,81 ....65,153 .......65 ....76,l53 ....16,65,98 .......37 ....76 .............53 .........65,l49 .3v,so,a2,94,96 .53,s2,e6,s1,97 ......76.84,153 ..........53 ...........54 ....76,84,153 ......................110 17, 37, 81 ..........53,85 , 84, 86, 87, 88,133 .......................ll,23 .......76,86,88 ..............53 .37, 81, 82, 84, 91 .....76,84,86,87 -- --38, 82, 86,153 .. .... .....65 ...9,1Z,18,Z3 . .... .....77 193 Whitworth, Mary.. Whitworth, Shirley ....... Whorton, Don .... Wideman, Tommy Wilkinson, Johnny Wilkinson, M.T. . Williams Glenn . . Williams, Jimmy . Williams, Nan. . . . nc- sans sou annum.. Williams, Robert . . . . . . Williamson, Jearldean . . . Williamson, Norma . . . . . to soon realize what iulure holds -.soon-snnunounn-n .53,8Z,84,91,103, 115 :san--unno- Wilson, Bobby........ Wilson, Sara . . . Wilson, Wylie .... Winn, Janette .... Wolf, Peggy ...... Womack, Jackie . . . 194 16, 31, 38, 82 95 9, 38, 92,101,149 .77 132 151 ......38157 ..56,ll5,lZ0 ..........54 ..65,110,162 ...77,9l 101 ...65,9l165 Womack, Thomas. Wood, Sammie . . . Wood, Zelma .... Woodard, Jo Ann. . Woodward, Donna . Woodward, Karyon Wortham, Glenn . . Wright, Mrs. Jack Wright, Marlene . . 38, 94, 95,164 ..........77 ,83,86,87,94 ,ll3,129,175 ..38,100,178 ...65,84,153 ......54,91 ...38,81 Wyatt, Patricia . . . Wyrick, Willie Mae. . . . . . . . Yates, Mrs. E.J. Young Edwin ..... Young Peggy .... Young, Shelia ..... Younger , Kathryn . 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