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

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We at Sweetwater High School are especially proud to report that we have proved an exception to this "rule." Our "special" students are dedicated to the task at hand-that of securing the best possible education-and are also enjoying ourselves at the same time in extra- curricular activities and in the classrooms. Included in our education are the essentials of readin', 'ritin', and 'rithmetic, along with higher mathematics and sciences for which our nation's leaders are asking so often and vigorously. Our "Jacks and Jills"t are not dull since much time is also spent in developing our personalities through contact with fellow students and teachers and by studying the civilization, experiences, problems, and ideals of lothers. Proving the excellence of the program are the numer- ous honors and contests won by our students. We have been champions in University interscholastic League lit- erary events, football, and tennis and in publications contests. Our vocational program has not been over- looked, either, as the Vocational Industrial Club and the Future Farmers of America chapters have won a bumper crop of competitions. Two students earned semi-finalist berths in the National Merit Scholarship program this year. Many ex-Mustangs have earned top scholastic honors from colleges through- out the state and nation. Consequently, the 1959 Yucca Gloriosa is a salute to and a picture of these "extra-special" students who have made 1958-1959 an especially good year at Sweetwater High. And their 1958-59 record 1 -1'-'-""'Us-...,,,, .. W W..-"""""w-M1 , W Contents El Special events El Special interests El Special people QQ, Laying aside the frets and cares of class- room work, our extra-special students de- voted time to learning the finer things of life at our special events. Here social graces are emphasized . . . talent displayed and rewarded . . . honors bestowed . everlasting friendships made . . Homecoming brought fun and work as floats were prepared, exes greeted, and the many incidentals taken care of as we honored our "extra-special" students . "Miss SHS" contest saw harried scurryings about by contestants and workers . . Western Day brought the revelation of fa- vorites . . Yucca Coronation revealed the queen . . . Career Day had seniors contemplating the future . . All in all, our special events recognized our "extra-special teenagers," while devel- oping our citizenship. Special events Special events n Q awnwzmwmm '!'wMM-W1 'W' M iff K.. 1 . 5 A y get 1 ii' 515 . pau- -vw 1.-1 . ' ff ,. . il 'il it li Q is 1 'Q 'ff 'SZ ' . il f H if 1 if 4 vi as 'Tzu .- l gk i ,--E my k PUPILS' PARADISE - Study l'tall represents an opportunity for library work, last-minute crarnming, and preparation of the day's assignments. SHS seeks to satisfy students' needs... .. Mm 'gif If DAILY DEVOTIONAL - Starting the day off right, Joy Gardner gives NEOPHYTES NOTED - Ben Brock, assistant principal, adds Tor students spiritual food for the day. Crisman and Toni Wolf. fo SHS's list of "extra-special teer agers" during typical enrollment procedure. I2 ff 22 2 .X W af Q 'fc E .fy . . aqskwakgdp Students graduating from SHS have had every opportunity to develop into well-rounded citi- zens, as all sides of lite are emphasized in the hallowed halls ot SHS . . . relaxing plays, pro- grams, socials . . . brain-taxing tests . . . silent contemplation . . . between classes conversations . . . all developing personalities to mold "extra- special" teenagers. CWD! CUE 95.52 . ' mari: gmmzmp Q04 Mix a5f,:.ffD LLWAY HULLABALOO - As the bell rings, students stride into the ls toward their next classes. Everything from iokes and laughter to dy and deep cogitation is evidenced during these five-minute intervals. MAGIC MOMENTS - Dreamily wishing the title could become reality, J. T. Lambert and Donna Barker take time out to read an advertisement of the Curtain Club's production, "No More Homework." ...spirituaIly, scholasttical ly, socially... TESTING TIME - Students receive their payoffs each six weeks when knowled the students Con Uered dum! the Term Here ,hey are testing time raises its ugly head to provide a picture of what Yesting ?:eir Chemical knovsledge 9 I3 Ni. I lin X' ,SQ Ely!-wwf J i M .Yer P iw. if I fr ' f " 5 rt Q , 5 A4 5 Q 'Nfl' J '4- 3 X ' Q QNX i f , 5 SOPHOMORE SPIRIT - Preparing a booster poster, Larry Durhav and Kay Bast, sophomores, apply finishing touches to the Lakeviex poster. Each vveek a homeroom painted a sign to boost spirit du Spirited students CHEERERS CHAIN Sonny Armstrong, left, and Jarvis Hayes connect u - 4 - - o no e final nks n the victory chain which was strung over the audi- torium during football season. Frank Bouchett oversees the action, while Darla Gee Connie Dooley, and Don Bishop look on. gr Q . i " , Eg .tv , ji . .. , W Sk A Q- .. gay I sw 1 "Yl . I ' 'A W r ii 556 M' f he -gf I s 3.5: .r. . 2 'fir , h M, I BOOSTING BLASTERS - The "Big Red" Mustang Band spends many hours re- hearsing their part in the victory campaign. Half-time music and marching intricacies require patient rehearsals before perfection is reached. GOALPOST GAIETY - Even the goal posts requ time and energy before Fridays big game. Joy Brown and Donella Allen hand more white cre paper to Jean Pace, and Barton Williams hel Fatty Miller and Linda Barnvvell stretch the pap before applying it to the bars. K W gc ' W ,em i Mt wt' Y I We Q W as j " ,wat Wt rl il Supporters rally to Pony cause From September Through Nov- ember, King Football fills the thoughts, words, actions, and spirits of SHSers. Pep rallies and games provide the maior social functions. Sweetwater goes com- pletely tootball wild. BAND BACKING - Tooting out the "charge" cry, the hand urges the Ponies to get on the ball and win an Important game. I5 ...Spirit 'order of day' MAJORETTE MEETING - Mustang twirlers meet with Director E, C. CPatj LAMBASTE LAMESA e Up and at 'em, SHS pepsters egg Patterson each week to work out their fiery routines for The half-time Ponies on down the victory trail. Cheerleaders areifrom shovv. From left are .lanyth Holcomb, Kay Blair, Sandra Edwardsiand Millard Leach, Bob Fox, Wendell Patterson, Carolee Havx Dimple Lawrence. Dooper Hicks, and Linda Kouri. TORNADO TRAGEDY - Sfiffing UP GftVl'FUSiBSf'f1, cheerleaders their first district foe. The Ponies had the spirit and won the 9 lead the weekly pep rally, readying the Ponies tor Lamesa, important Clash, 16 SUCCESS SCENE W Mustang Bowl and its new press box saw five championship, but the most important game played here resulted Pony victories this year as the Ponies swept to the district in the bitter, season-ending defeat by Breckenridge in bi-district. yz ra.: fu . .XX ,.,' 1 .. .,,. K a q. Q IRITED SALES A Loading up for the big game, Wayne itt buys a prograrn from Betty McDonell to complete his are of spirit-boosting accessories, Linda Jolley holds the shions, pennants, rnums, coats, and other equipment used ' SHS students during football games. A we l of ,. f GO, GANG - No football contest is complete without the "peppy" music provided by E. C. lPa1J Patterson and the band. One can see spirits soar among fans and players, alike, when the "Mustang Fight Song" is played. Band, extras boost spirit... ...Bring woe to townsfolk SWEETWATER SPIRIT - Local Citizens showed they were enthusiastically back- ing the Ponies to "State in '58" by ap- pearing at ticket headquarters as early as 3 or A p.m. loetore tickets went on sale the next morning. "State in '58" proved a premature cry echoing through SHS and around Sweetwater as local citizenry prepared to "blitz the Bucks" from Breckenridge and ride high and handsome to the state championship. Breck ended all i ,s , mf? 2 af if it 'dreams with a slashing, hard-fought l6-l4 victory, l: not before Sweetwater and the Mustangs proved the selves true champions in spirit, if not in deed. The gar loss was the second of the season to the powerful Bucl is ,y .ie '- :ls .. 5 2 " wpsurf 5 J -::., : ,2:':' -2- 'r fmtl' 1 if D .i si s ., Xi - ......., . .,,.,.,, , Q 2 W wil? LQ 5? , , 'ia f' I ,,,. . if r if T? E ig.:-5:1 v.-eng: ---- t V 'Lg if" ' " f I 'E W :gg ig FITTING FlNALE - The season's most spirited rally proved ' 4 iffy.. Z N Ei to be the last. Roof-tearing shouts implored the Mustangs s 7 , to accomplish the task which proved impossible. fix 5 W yi' . 't f 1, -r - . SW ':.r :,j .vtv ' .- ' V 9 iii" 7 CAPABLE CAPTAINS - Leading the Ponies through their , 5 - 'Q victory-strewn season, Pat Fraley and Ardis Gaither led the way to glory and honor, as the Mustangs rode through 1 the season ranked first or second in state until the mighty ., . Q gm A Bucks wrecked all dreams. Qi 2, V ,Mfr 'fcwfsc ji ry Qs-figs. Q2 I8 , , l.,,,,..,w51g, was lf'-1 Q if tis aK?E':Es:Esf I:E25 ,, 'E' a t fl.:-',:s..:' - A J , ' a x. H x 4 . A fy 5' is 9 Qgffgfgiiiiiia i , K K ' rf'?35?71 t25g,.,4 . . ' - . fs , ffvlifi. at 5 t ' 1555559 ' W W W. hsgrws sf fr , ': ' .kiwi 'H' 'ti iZ2Zi?ft? Kaffe U cp wwf- 4 ., 'fitiffffsf .. F' 1 - f"iV 'rf if ,. gg., aw . ,W MM, asssf twat ,W ' 1'15??l'53iW r 5' use Us fy if in ' Sam' 2:5 Q E? . f Bucks close Pony season MUSTANG MONOGRAM-Climaxing "Vic- tory Week," the cheerleaders seared the western side of Mustang Bowl with the tremendous Mustang symbol. CHEERING CROWD - Lending their support, local students and citizens turned out in force for what proved to be the year's final football rally. SHRIEKING SUPPORTERS - Silence and agony mixed with hoarse voices as loyal students suffered through the 'final dreary, cold minutes of the Ponies' season. fx? t FILMS FOR FUTURE - selves with strategy and knowledge, Beverly Herndon and Carol Feagan, next year's coacaptains, plan greater achievements and maybe "state in 59." Watching movies to acquaint them- Homecoming reunites friends... Old acquaintances, some "forgotten," were renews and new friends made at the seventh annual horr coming. Outstanding students of the past ioined wi the present-day "extra-special" teenagers to make t occasion one never to be forgotten. GARRULOUS GANG - Plenty of talk renewing old acquaintances was the order of the day at the reception the Student Council gave for Mustang exes. TEACHERS TRIUMPH - last-minute adiustments prepare the Future Teachers of America float for the Homecoming Parade, where the little red schoolhouse won first prize. PARADING PRINCESSES - Queen hopefuls display all their charm and glamour while making their final public appearance before ceremonies in .s Ms s......,, . f, EXES ENTER - lnitiating Homecoming festivities, exes "si in" before running the gamut-exchanging ideas and expe ences, reviewing the "good old days," and making new frien i which the queen is revealed. Tta Homecoming parade is an annua affair in which queen aspirants are on display before the football game i 2 2 li 2 2 5 l i is it it i,.,.1w. ,.. .-e,....1Q.,. f4M,.vm,. .,1, ., Hwissssswwm-.Q M .fs-1-t.. m NSION is evident as the finalists await Superintendent Olaf G. South's Davis, iuniorp Donella Allen, seniory Carolyn Comolli, seniorg Linda inouncemenr of the 1958 Homecoming Queen. From left are Judy Kouri, sophomore, Doloras Teaff, seniorg and Carolee Hawley, iunior. THANKFUL TlTLlST - Homecoming queen Carolyn Comolli expresses her gratitude while Superintendent South presents her with the traditional bouquet of roses. SATlSFlED SEEKERS A Everyone seems pleased as the winner is revealed. Carolyn's coronation between halves of the Snyder gridiron clash clirnaxed the seventh annual homecoming festivities. i 21 Students stonun around corraLs Drugstore cowboys by the dozen, interspersed with a few genuine "cowpokes," roamed the SHS pastures as the annual Western Day enveloped the school. Matt Dillon fBilly Belewj, Chester fPalmer Baughj, Doc Uames Thomasj, and all the "Gun- smoke gang" rounded up the favorites and locked them in iail, where Paul DeBusk and Lester Cavitt provided real Western music. FACULTY FOLLOWS -- Even the faculty followed the trend and became "cowboys, or girls, for the day." Mrs. Roberta Elliott confers with Prin- cipal John White and Ray Rushing concerning the goings-on. 3 COWPOKE CONFERENCE - "No city dudes allowed," agree Joh Bryant, Judy Bowen, Joyce Bradley, and Jimmy Fry during between-classes break on Western Day. xx'- tillwf M 1 ' , arf rjww S i, if rf "'f:Qf?4ifi?5?2?iffr - "BARMAlD BURNETT" - Even a "barmaid," in the person 0' 'Senior Helen Burnett, appeared on the campus. WESTERN WORLD - Heart of the Western Day proceedings, the revealing of favor- ites vvas accomplished by the FFA boys with a unique parody of "Gunsmoke." D'eputy sheritfs forced favorites out of the audience into iail. 22 Favorites find perfect prison 'ULARITY PICKS - The lineup shows Linda Kouri, Linda Jolley, and 'y Burrows standing in front of Billy Belew, Wayne Witt, and Bill land after they were judged class favorites. A IX SENIOR SELECTIONS - "Big Chief" Bill England and Betty Burrows parade before their peers before being "sentenced" CULAR JUNIORS - Ready to begin their term as iunior favorites are iyne Witt and Linda Jolley. OBEYING ORDERS - Sophomores Linda Kouri and Billy Belew obey the "friendly persuasion" of Chester lPalmer Baughl and saunrer off to jail. FENCED-INFINALISTS - Other finalists for class favorites also found themselves iailed. Seated from left are Carolee Haw- ley, junior, Joyce Brown, senior, Cay McCorkle, senior, Ann Clark, sophomore, Alice Hornefsophomore, and Judy Davis, junior. 'Standing are Ardis Gaither senior, Beverly Herndon and Billy Martin, iuniors, Jerr Miller, senior, and Ronnie Cox and Joe Gera d, sophomores. 23 ,,..,..i.... LEISURELY LABOR - Fun, frolic, and work were present as Yucca staffers spent the day preparing for the big event by decorating the gymnasium. HEAVENLY HIGHLIGHTS - Headlining the coronation among the stars was Superintendent Olaf G. South's crowning of Queen Doloras, as Ardis Gaither, her escort, and crown bearers Ronnie Patterson and Pam Harnest look on. C Royalty reigns at Coronation u.,,,.., ROYAL ROSES - Who can forget the nervous tension preser as Superintendent Olaf G. South dramatically named Dolor "STARDUST" SETTING - Everyone admired the dust" setting for the Coronation as the various r among the clouds to their places, but no one task of sweeping up the confetti and cotton. 11 beauty of the Sf epresentatives walki envied staffers th Y i ff W Q 'Stardust' hides editor's crown aff, our industrious editor, 1959 Yucca Queen and presented -r the traditional bouquet, SHS STARS - Listening attentively to the program, the royal party is seen against the backdrop of stars. Back row are Linda Kouri, sophomore princess, Billy Belew, Doloras Teaff, queen, Ardis Gaither, Bob Atkinson, and Sherry Ballew, iunior princess. Front row are Wayne Witt, iunior favorite, Bonnie Tinsley, senior duchess, John Bryant, Ronnie Patterson, crown bearer, Pam Harnest, Mike Everts, Linda Barnwell, senior duchess, and Jimmy Watson, STARRY Yucca .T?:Z:y .f Q E .M I M ,i., x V 5-.YV inf I M. tm, 1 '- 1151 ,-: 335252551-1 1t.zi111iQei5Z5f.z::::f 22: 'lie ':'i ffi2E3E'3Ef"f? ,li-'15 i'W'W"'ft2f'-2-f . - 'R t i W fi M "": " ,t . F Y W 1, ' .,, " W t , I .ga i tt .,,.. 5 ,g3El.1s5:' N ,gg ,Qu W ,,, ,,:, M M is 5 M . S in M 5 X if 1 M if iw 35 1 T A .,t,i.,. 4 W ew t f Q at 4 Q ig, of ,, i at ffm 4 Miiwtsef' g if in r sygvgvgs . was Es Assy, ,wa r 2 , ,,., if , eszfiiig .s's ,Q-V. if r V Amid floating clouds in a star-bestrewn sky, the party listens to Joyce Brown's solo. PLEASING PROGRAM - Handling entertainment for the coronation were Jerry Miller, emcee, Sandra Sears, singing, vocalist Joyce Brown, seated, and pianist Mrs. Walter Terrell. Gals star in 'big shows'... fl! FINAL FACTS - Givingjinal information and rules, Ben Brock, Pony Express ad- viser, and Trent Butler, emcee, brief the Miss SHS contestants concerning pro- cedures, order, script, and time limits. Girls are, from left, Carolyn Petty, Judv Bowen, Virginia Patterson, Linda Kouri, Mila VanDever, Ann Clark, Alex Foy, and Boo Fox. Jean Pace stands in the X foreground, and Robbie Palmer kneels S in the background. l 7'-i L QUIETING QUALMS - Before the Miss SHS show goes on, Jean Pace, senior, tries to prevent any nervousness with a trial walk across the stage and on the ramp. In the background Carolyn Comolli co-chairman of contest preparations, applies final touches to the Parisian setting. -Y HOMEMAKERS' HERO - King of Hears, Buddy Sipe, sits on the throne the Future Homemakers' annual coronation held at the Blue Bonm with Bonnie Fullwood, whom he escorted, and watches proceedings at Hotel af "Twilight Time." l l About face done in Twirp Season NOVATION INCLUDED -- Among new features added to the Student Council- :Jnsored TWIRP season was use of Twirp tags indicating a boy was already oken for. Above, Elaine Collins and Peggy Brown lug books for Buddy Sipe d Jesse Alexander. CUTE CADDY - TWIRP season brought many varieties of dates. Golf T-akesits turn as Pat Fraley lines up a putt under The curious scrufinization of "caddy",Jean Pace. TWIRP TASKS - Starting out the day right, Donella Allen and 10 another typical day of grinding away at the books. The Doloras Teaff load up and escort James Parker and Ardis Gaither Usfrgnger sex" feporfed E, Season of much enioymemt s wg? 'ii' "M S4 f'ft5s13 1 A 'ss -af mm 27 as tm. .f xlvxneww- e 'No More Homework' becomes realityat SHS MAKE-UP MAGIC - Transforming students into faculty members formed the problem for the drama group's make-up artists during the production of "No More Homework." Joyce Porter is applying the final touches to Nedra Sanders. CULPRIT CAUGHT - Finding the guilty party, Elizabeth Scobey confronts Carolee Hawley and Carolyn Petty with the evidence against them. 28, LAST LOOKS - Curtain Club cast members take one final look at their scripts before going on. Ready to display their special talents are, from left, Maureen Nayfa, Roy Caldwell, Nedra Sanders, Buddy Sipe Joyce Porter, Alex Foy, and Joe Clark. 5 REHEARSING ROLES - Nelson Geron, as the School Board presid seeks out the money-stealing culprit, as the accused Judy Bowen cow and Elizabeth Scobey, Bill England, and Trent Butler witness the procet ing during rehearsals for the Curtain Club's presentation. PINCH-HlTTlNG PRlNClPAL - "Yes, l'm principal for The day," asse Judy Bowen to Bill England and Wendell Patterson. l Special students get extra 'push' Anyone with talent is given an opportunity to develop it and help the school at the same time through the extensive Unitersity interschol- astic League program and other active groups. Contests are held to display -speech, music, writing, and dramatics talents of our "special teenagers." fx.: Y V A r wg ig' f A . ,smwA , ' RADERS PREPARE - Ready for another day's drill prepara- y to marching contest, band members stalk down the hill their practice field. TWlRLERS TAKE OFF - Under the watchful eye of Eileen Bradley, drum maiorette, 'twirlers go through their routine one final time xx than DEBATE DEVOTEES - Morning, noon, and night find dedicated debate aspirants studying and discussing, always extending their knowledge. Above, Toni Wolf presents her side of the question in a practice session as other debaters and iudges listen attentively. 3 A is-'F .,., . ,... ,.,, - 2 Sf ' H' A1 V -Q.. R ,522 M, so E L ,W f ,, tp Qs. . i 5 . A s 5 . il. . , A P ,,.,, Ee ' fsgtssw W Z? i M , In im W- 1 1 . ' ts . ':,r, . MARCHING MECHANICS - Learning the many intricate movements of contest drills, the Big Red band spends many hours perfecting timing, routines, and music. before embarking for Holcomb, Kay Blair, D Winters and contest. From left, are .lanyth imple Lawrence, and Sandra Edwards. Mmm, .. . ,, ,., E, TAXIDERMIST TRIP -- Carl Cowan and David Harris are only two of the many SHSers taking time out for hunting trips. A iourney to taxidermist C. E. McCain to have trophy heads made completes the boys' successful outings. S-...W 'al iff' fl 1 0 BOOK BROWSERS - Special students with a "hankering" to delve deeper into subiect matter find much helpful resource material in the modern library. Alex Foy, Wayland Neeper, and Sandra Sears are caught informally checking facts in an encyclopedia. Vx., 'S SHS'ers make use of leisure time... glfjlf' Q' 099 2 ',,,fm-. HAMMIN' HAZEL - Even teachers find time out from school "daze" to devote to hobbies. Mrs. Charles Nunn, secretarial training and bookkeeping instructress, enioys talking with friends all over the globe on her "ham radio." TESTING TIME - Preparing for serious hurdles, four students ponder over library material. Robbie Palmer and Roy Caldwell, Miss and Mr, FTA of Sweetwater, prepare for district competition while Phil.p Hardin and Trent Butler strain their brains before taking tests as two of the 10,000 semi-finalists in the Na- tional Merit Scholarship program. 5 ITURES FATHOMED - Learning more about professions which might ove to be their careers provide fun, knowledge, and responsibility for ficers of SHS clubs and organizations. FTA officers offer a prime Lample of SHSers lending their special talents to help others. From left are John W. White, SHS principal who installed the officers: Cay McCorkle, librariang Eileen Bradley, treasurer, Sherry Ballew, secretaryp' Bonnie Tinsley, president, Bob Atkinson, vice-president, Doloras Teaff, historian, Alex Foy, song leader, and Betty Loeb, accompanist. LINGUISTIC LAUGHTER - Fun is fun in any language decide Los Conquistadores during one of their Spanish suppers. Development of personality and of appreciation for the culture of other lands is the aim of this group. ...Enjoy numerous extras ASSEMBLY ANECDOTES - Good times, education, and spiritual Rev. Jack Fielder tosses out one of the many quips he used to gain students' interest before delivering one of the religious talks provided by the Ministerial Alliance. JOlNT JUMPS - ln one of its many iam sessions before state competition in Brownwood, the Stage Band perfects its rendition of a iazzy number under the careful direction of E. C. QPatJ Patterson. 1 WE' enlightenment nighlighted assembly programseach Wednesday, ROTARY REMINISCENCE - Several S dents spent some of ther sum: leisure time in Chicago with relat attending the Rotary lnternational C vention. Relating "Windy City" periences are, from left, Sandra wards, Frank Bouchett, Dimple La rerce, Judy Bowen, David Harris, a Ann Clark. Writers get story -- torget cost... i rx 5,-f-f'r'w1 if i X EXPRESS EXPERIENCE-Reporters on the Pony E lenoth to secure feature material. Barton Willi early one morning to discover the fun and bus rides. an xpress will go to any ams arose bright and experiences of school D FlRE FACTS-Fireman Andy Means takes time to explain the various gadgets and gauges which regulate the modern Betty Burrows, Express feature editor, listens atte facts to explain to readers. 32 "pumper" fire truck. ntively for interesting 1 iq 1 F J, :X SWEETWATER STIRRED-Many Sweetwaterites were from the doldrums one Saturday morning when found an old man giving the "bum's rush" to his daughter. Later revelation proved this to be Pony Carolyn Comolli and Barton Williams drumming up anc feature angle. SWEETWATER SPIRIT - Opposing teams found the going tough support offered by townspeople and students backing the Mustangs when they invaded Mustang Gym. One reason was the spirited all the way. Students shitt noise from bowl to gym... REVERBERATING RAHS4Noise shook the rafters as students snowed their spirit and followed the cheerleaders' encour- agement in imploring the Mustangs to "Fight, Fight, Fight." If ivr ,fi . s. . sl' . CAPACITY CROWD-A near capacity crowd filled Mustang Symnasium with shouts and exultatlons as the Ponies whipped 3 keyed-up Snyder cage crew and kept alive slim hopes for 5 district title. zbeagerly points out the latest irnrnick on dis Ei ., 9 P Y 'Special kids' enjo life... JOURNALISTIC JOTTINGS-Surrendering their study hall period, many of the "special teenagers" devote extra time to publications work. Busily considering the tasks at hand are, from left, Bonnie Tinsley, yearbook class editor, Eileen Bradley, Yucca organizations editor, Barton Williams, Pony Express photography co-ordinator, John Bryant, Express co-sports editor, and Carolyn Comolli, Express society editor. "HOT DOG-HAMBURGERS," exclaims Floyd Woods as he viciously attacks a hamburger after a tough football session. RELAXING REFRESHMENTS-Many relaxing and enioyable hours are spent at the local teenage drugstore.'-lie-TTVN to Billy Martin as they recuperate from the day's activities over a cooling soft drink. 34 i pi k i Q PATRIOTIC PRACTICE-Ending another school day, Elizabeth Scobey and Joan Smith lower and fold the old 48-star flag for the last time, as the 49-star version is soon to take over. y , - Q3 ii Q ! Students say I8 extra After teachers nominated students for Who's Who honors, upperclassmen spent a week narrowing the list down to twelve seniors and six iuniors who sit atop the list of "extra-special teenagersflHonorees must be good all-around students making A's and B's and showing traits of leadership which mark them as ones who will be of future value to the community, state, and nation. - special plus... 1 X 'V r' .. ,sf A. yi: fff shgi- V A. tts L - 5 ' 1 , fit r e , ' 59 1 iii ,gg it sfi 4-A ii? Lmtm..-t-gm ...IHXW Qcffekg Q4-Lx SL,j finalist JOYCE BROWN . . . choir . . . Troubadears . . . . . all cal! on this personable for time and talents. . Future BETTY BURROWS . . . popularity and scholastic honors filled this petite teenager's days . . . co-advertising manager of Pony Express last year . . . feature editor this year . . . Girls' Sports Club vice-president . . . Senior Favorite . . . Best Girl Citizen Finalist . . . THSPA delegate . . . interscholastic league Shorthand. img If BILLY BURKLOW . . . Music, music, music is the theme for this all-state bandster's life . . . band senate . . . band president . . . Stage Band . . . one of the state's outstanding trumpeters. 69:1 Qegtgggzie : steamy . ,, si? ' QQ g 5 W its DON BISHOP . . . sports and iournalistic achievements clog this handsome senior's list . . . two years on Yucca staff . . . Mr. Mustang finalist . . . Pony express co-sports editor . . . all-district football . . . golf . . . Rotary guest . . . outstanding iournalist . . . Student Council alternate . . . FTA. , k at , L ,Q -. ' i 1 4 if tl its its MP M 3 we in wc f 1 k M aw 1 , X Qi si v s 19 S, A , 1 so st fe 1, -Q 5 x T3 fi Q H315 55 1 F me ,L stew' .IZ Seniors make 'Who's Who' list CAROLYN COMOLLI . . . beauty and brains combine in this active lass's slate of awards . . . Homecoming queen . . . Student Council secretary-treasurer . . . Rotary student guest . . . VIC sweetheart . . . UIL shorthand . . . Pony Express it , society editor . . . senior play . . . Girls State . . . tennis . , . Curtain Club . . . FTA. BILL ENGLAND . . . laboring leader describes this popular musician . . . senior president . . . stage band . . . band vice- president . . . Honorary Lion . . . senior play . . . Curtain Club play . . . Best Boy Citizen . . . class favorite. Honorees lead SHS activities BOO FOX . . . personality plus describes SHS's head cheerleader . . . FFA sweetheart . . . fifth place Miss SHS . . . second place New Year Girl . . . Rotary Student Guest . . . FTA . . . Curtain Club . . . Spanish Club . . . Student Council alternate . . . senior play. .ya ARDIS GAITHER . . . versatile winner is this young man . . . president and favorite of his Junior Class . . . Best Boy Citizen finalist . . . Pony Express co-editor . . . Mr. Mustang . . . football co-captain . . . Lion and Rotary guest . . . Yucca Staff . . . FTA. I FAT FRALEY . . . athletic leader depicts this young man for whom college football coaches clamor . . . Mr. Mustang finalist . . . football co-captain . . . Honorary Lion . . . second team All-state . . . outstanding lineman All-area . . . All-district . . . reporter of his Junior Class. Tutors nominates upperclass n cite , ....v ' "" " 5223155 S Ei5ist"?'Y2f?1ii I . :, 5E::, .: giE:ff..:5?, . Q., . 7 s .V we m r . . 3 t . . , . ,ft ' DOLORAS TEAFF . . . vlvacious t - - 1 .Q a lies to the Yucca . I ,mv ak PP V is editor . . . band treasurer . . . F ' - n . . . Senior Class 3,5 S reporter . . . Best Girl Citizen fin Yucca Queen . . . ' band sweetheart . . . Homecoming -- finalist . . . Stage 5 Band . . . Curtain Club . . . Rotary guest. K QWLM , W ..., K .g we . t. .,..t A ,'Wtlf?i?gi:1 S W 2fI'5:': 1 . . i 1' ,iifi igiitiiif K iv iiil' if ' i f s f:: .::n 2 - .,.. ' . ' I JERRYMILLEB . . . excellent executive is the Student Council -..- , president . . . Best Boy Citizen finalist . . . Senior favorite finalist . . . VIC vice-president . . . Senior duke in King of Hearts . . . Mr. Mustang finalist . . . senior play . . . Lion and Rotary guest . . . Spanish Club . . . Curtain Club. 5 if EDDIE SCOTT . . . select athlete with above average mentality equals this football star . . . second team all-area . . . Mr. Mustang finalist . . . All-district . . . Boys' State alternate . . . Pony Express columnist and cartoonist . . . track . . . Honorary Lion. Scholars tag future leaders BEVERLY HERNDON . . . reserved, but forceful, features last year's sophomore president and favorite . . . honorable mention All-district football King of Hearts duke . . . favorite finalist'. . . co-captain elect. X 4 D 9 Q 2 X Qataai Iv 11 2 a . N is 1 gzzff .ilibsi E tit.. :st av sh Q :.- - -- . s ...ET M W - ,.,i331gQiE4Z3?ttf12113245 ' ' -A iigtfii g, .sizziewmasaiiie 512111355 K 'W Mass. s aw , V aff.. - nsiiwwr ,W M W: 5 ,M agleigzwka .. .sa .,,..,-gi.: ie get, l 5-.tt-:. gs 4?F - Q aww ..., : - --,-I:-.:..:. -:-:.-- - .t.wsa1:ef,,, .N A , Q , 'E.2fgE5. Egg:-1::2?w:: f.3f1 New . , -.5-:--::,::. "" ' f:':j ':::f. Us M .:,:,,g..,,..:,..: ,Q -mask .gs .. M. as .sf-3g1qf.a - 21- azz: f::f:.:-st, ' We i ": :ZH waxy '- Q w miiizfilisl 'Sa f zfiift-1 ' 12 4 : M Hits. A K ' it mi z isis' A 7' -f?: :::sf:., -5:':g:g. , ':1'.5:12:.-' -jg Missy sgzua. SHERRY BALLEW . . . always busy is this cheerful Miss . . . 1958 New Year Girl . . . Spanish Club sweetheart . . . Yucca Coronation princess . . . FTA secretary . . . Student Council . . . FHA devotional chairman . . . UIL spelling . . . office girl. 40 waaf ' ,ww JUDY DAVIS . . . talented beauty is 1959's New Year Girl Yucca Coronation duchess . . . Homecoming queen finalist favorite finalist . . . co-beauty editor of Yucca Gloriosa Student Council . . . Spanish Club. Six juniors win popular voting WAYNE WITT . . . iunior favorite . . . basketball . . . 'football . . . vice-president of his Sophomore Class . . . Student Council 17 president-elect. X33 'f'V"' 'Sa V 3, .. Eg jifigff EQ ' L W V ' Sim fy ' A tg f l ga Ai? x My E35 ga 4 LS? ggi ,b or Q H s 1, ,ss Q53 ' H' U' ig ti FF 'lift 1 ,Sim 'S aizgztsa K we 'ts 1'-Sxisdmf 1 ' , " N itin: . iw 55: A , .N .H ska ,.g YQFU, ' E ' . fist W"t"s A ' mg T WB 5 5 st sr ws A xi .. , z asm KAREN KENDRICK . . . likeable scholar is this iunior . . . THSPA delegate . . . Pony Express . . . UIL spelling. lynx QV N' ,f RITA STEWART . . . cute chorister is this likeable miss . . . choir secretary . . . Troubadears . . . Spanish Club . . . FTA, 4l Rob 'e Palm r takes top 'Miss SHS' title... V50 ,wag- REIGNING BE!-XUTYARobbie Palmer, junior, copped SHS's top title Miss SHS, by winning first place in the school clothes, forrnal wean question and answer olivisions, and tying for third in the talent phas of the version of the Miss America pageant. At left, Superintenden Olaf G. South presents a bouquet to Miss SHS of 1959. Eleven others make race close isplaying talent, poise, personality, charm, beauty combined with civic and scholastic ivities, Robbie Palmer, iunior, won the fifth nual Miss SHS contest after finishing second ,t year. Following its model-the Miss America pageant he contest added a new phase this year - Qing general and specific questions to display ersonality, wit, and quickness of thought. Mila VanDever placed second in the Pony press-sponsored contest and was closely fol- vved by Carolyn Petty. Alex Foy and Boo Fox ok fourth and fifth, respectively. D- E: rt IT IN LINE-Posing amid the Parisian backdrop used as setting for the formal attire division of the Miss SHS test are Sophomore Mila VanDever, second place winner, 'edp and iunior Carolyn Petty, who won third. x VELINESS PERSONIFIED-Finalists in the highlighted contest of McGIothing, Virginia Patterson, Alex Foy, Boo Fox, and Alice z SHS year are, standing from left, Linda Kouri, Martha Horne. Sitting prettily are Ann Clark, Jean Pace, and Judy Bowen.. Buddy Sipe 'swipes' FHA hearts... KING OF HEARTS-Buddy Sipe continued the Junior Clas www strong showing in SHS contests by walking off with 1 W 4 King of Hearts title during the Future Homemakers' ann' Coronation ceremonies atop the Blue Bonnet Hotel. M' I-i....,I5?l'k Only FHA members vote in the annual Valet tine contest - the only one in which freshme from John H. Reagan Junior High also partic pate. Competing with Buddy for the title wer YanceyJones, seniorp Ronnie Cox, sophomore and Mike Redden, freshman. all Wh "" saw W W... .. was M. H' -v. ,.,. .1 av-guna W, Wm' W:-vm, ws- is: an-OHL au.-.ibn ,ummm . ts' . , li' an ,M , N W- M.. N.. -1... . M-N " We .arms ...Mr .M s-""'-..""-V W: , my va' 4. '90 is -DW at AMA hum M "' ... M A W 'M . K ., y .V fwwf. is ffifff-1'.Ti ,.. , ri it milf EXALTED RULER-King Buddy ioins Bonnie Fullwood, his escort: watching and listening to Alex Foy, as she presents a vocal other members of the royal party, and the audience in number for His Maiesty. 44 Twilight setting greets King il ll g ,I s 'E s X +52 V f , lg , l 5 X S l if :- SOPHOMORE SWAlN-Blond, football flash Ronnie Cox "competed" for the FHA members' "hearts" from the Sophomore Class. MAJESTY ENTHRONED-On a pedestal in the gorgeous "Twilight Time" setting, King of Hearts Buddy Sipe and Bonnie Fullwood survey their attentive FHA subiects. Crown bearer is Mark Brock, who escorted Cindy Densmore. ey? ii ' L V,-'sr SENIOR COMPETITOR--Winning the title of Senior Prince and trying for the King's crown was quick-witted Yancey Jones. 45 Davis wins New Year Girl title 5 ln one of the closest races in the conte history, Judy Davis, iunior, was named N Year Girl of 1959 by two points and one t place vote over Boo Fox, senior. Joy Witt, iuni copped third place in the Pony Express-sponsor contest. Kay Boyd, junior, and Patty Mill senior, finished fourth and fifth, respectivt while Linda Barnwell and Jean Pace, senic Rita Stewart, iunior, and Ann Clark, sophomo rated special honorable mention. THE VICTOR--Following in her sister's footsteps, Judy Davis copped the thirteenth New Year Girl title, whereas Carolyn Davis won the honor in l949. M CLOSE SECOND- coming within a hair's breadth of winning the contest, Boo Fox received second place after the seven out-of-town iudges' ballots were tabulated. Tl-llRD'Pl.ACE WlNNER4Joy Witt copped third position in the contest iudged on poise, personality, freshness, optimism, and general appearance as displayed by photographs of the contestants selected from various homerooms. 1 ,Q Seniors sd' '....ai"' Select England, Burrows ,QA H , 'Y' P has Good citizenship and leadership combine, with pleasing personalities to make Bill Englanfl and Betty Burrows favorites of the Senior Class. Serving as Class president, Bill was also chosen vice-president of the band and a finalist in the Best Boy Citizen contest. Pony Express and Girls' Sports Club work kept gregarious Betty busy. Betty changed positions in both organizations this year, switching from Express advertising manager to feature editor and from secretary to vice-president of the sports club. The two were later selected as Best Boy and Girl citizen. Jlfollge x itt Junior Favorites X l f ri fffif, , Q r .W , X X ww ,. Personable, easy-going Wayne Witt and gregarious Linda Jolley received the nod as Junior Class favorites. Basketball, football, and Pony Express occupy Wayne's hours. Linda utilizes her talents 48 in FHA, Curtain Club, A Cappella Choir, and Student Council. She has been a New Girl nominee for two years and was last year's Yucca Coronation Sophomore Princess. Belew, Kouri win Sophomores' votes A 7 4 A x figs 1 2:3 " g if iz-.ij I 1 ' ' V 'w' i,s, sexo 5 ii K my Sz 'S A"' -1f"i""W'k 3' Jew gli? N stu? 'awaken X 5 9555. resets sig lssifgmi eP,,wti"e 'agglvi 3 if ii fails, 21211133 if"Hg ilyiaefsga 135322: Q55 ffV2""Qli3gi Sophomores tabbed Linda Kouri and Billy Belew as their most popular classmates. Versatile Linda kept irons in many SHS fires. The pert SHS neophyte, recognized as an accomplished peanist and entertainer, copped many honors . . . Home- coming Queen finalist . . . Yucca Gloriosa princess . . . Miss SHS finalist . . . cheerleader. Billy also proved an invaluable asset to SHS as second team All-district and All-area tackle . . . FFA sentinel . . . eighth in district basketball scoring. Doloras Teaff I959 Yucca Queen' af We Wk N51 cl K c A ,gh 0 QL fm it ft? STARRY-EYED QUEEN-Amid a "Stardust" setting of fleecy clouds and twinkling stars, Superintendent Olaf G. South placed the regal crown and robe on Doloras Teaff, announcing her selection as 1959 Yucca Queen. At left, the Queen and Ardis Gaither, Doloras's escort, view the coronation court. SHSers like diadem for Doloras,name her Queen... UNIOR HONOREE Sherry Ballew carried the lunlors banner nto the race for Yucca Queen Likable Sherry also copped ast year's New Year Girl contest and is Spanish Elub sweetheart. EOPHOMORES' CHOICE-Capping her triumphant year, affable .inda Kouri added Sophomore Princess to a list of honors which included class favorite, Homecoming Queen finalist, and Miss SHS finalist. In a hushed air of expectancy, Superintendent Olaf G. South announced Doloras Teaff as Yucca Coronation Queen of 1959. "Stardust" was the event's theme, and the yearbook editor's head was literally in the clouds when Mr. South placed the royal crown on her head and fastened the cape around her shoulders. Days of balloting preceded the crowning. After nominating candidates, each class chose its princess and two duchesses. Final ballots choos- ing the queen were counted by Mr. South. Duchesses add beauty to pageant Adding beauty to the pomp and pageantry of the Yucca Coronation, six starry-eyed young ladies paced down the aisle to chairs of honor during the annual presentation. These were the duchesses, chosen by their classmates to serve Her Majesty, the Queen. During election ot the princesses, the two runners-up in each class are named duchesses. This year seniors bestowed the honor on Linda Barnvvell and Bonnie Tinsley. Juniors gave the positions to Sheila Barnett, and Judy Davis, while Lou Nell Eager and Mila Beth VanDever served as sophomore duchesses. L A 5 5:5 ' wts iffg, T , ' sfffgim, T' Q- swf is ,, A PRETTY JUNIOR-New Year Girl Judy Da vis was chosen as one iunior representa tive to the Queen's court. SOPHOMORE LOVELY-Serving as one of the brightest stars in the Queen's retinue was Sophomore Lou Nell Eager. ...made studentsl choice difficult , 6 'Wm . i ::" I -::, -AV.: ,--, V- my I 7 K Zgiq 9? an Q gf B I:'5Z52ilQ?5V 'f PRETTY SENIOR-As one of their duchesses, seniors honored FTA president Bonnie Tinsley. JUNIOR BEAUTY-Juniors selected Sheila Barnett to represent their class in paying homage to the Queen. l l i I i l i VIVACIOUS soPHoMoRE-Mila Beth VanDever was the sophomores' PETITE SENIOR-Charm sparkled from Linda Barnwell as she stepped choice as special envoy to the q.ueen's court. into 1he Senior Duchess's place. 53 Clubs, organizations recognize beauty, personality... Following American tradition wherein beauty, especially in ""' girls, must be recognized and honored, many SHS clubs and I- i organizations select their "special girl" through popular vote. --': '-vr'- rz- .... ':' , , , Some of these are then eligible to compete for area and .. state awards. I ' This year seven clubs selected young ladies to ioin the honor 6 it roll of beauty. I Carole Sexton, iunior, represented the Curtain Club, and Sherry Ballew, junior, Los Conquistadores - SI-IS Spanish Club. General Metals boys in VIC Chapter II picked Senior Carolyn Comolli, while FFAers chose Boo Fox, senior. Joyce Porter, senior, di ' is A Cappella Choir sweetheart, and ICT 'E students composing VIC Chapter XI elected I j' CAROL SEXTON Joyce Holloway, senior. The Mustang Band y ,, cumin Club honoree is Senior Doloras Teatt. sig. .sw.fz?fY' - f I I I SHERRY BALLEW CAROLYN COMOLLI Los Conquistadores VIC, Chapfer II ...select Q5 special girls as sweethearts BOO FOX FFA is 51:52 1 up N' EW JOYCE HOLLOWAY VIC, Chapter Xl DOLORAS TEAFF Band 'N .pf W. -ef-fs' 32, sg s ss R K W -ww' W JOYCE PORTER Choir Ardis Gaither wins 'Mr. Mustang' title if ARDIS GAITHER copped the top honor available to an SHS boy when fellow classmates chose him the "extra-special" of the "extra-special teenagers" and named him Nlr. Mustang of l959. Co-captain of the district-winning football squad, Ardis also served as co-editor of the Pony Express after being on the yearbook staff for three years. A finalist in the contest last year when he was also class favorite and president, Ardis reached the pinnacle this year after earning Who's Who and Best Boy Citizen finalist honors. Seniors take runners-up spots ww, QMBM sw EDDIE SCOTT . . . football, Pony Express. MJJ' K. 2 xt i X1 T, F. DON BISHOP . . . PAT FRALEY . . . co-captain football JERRY AMMMEMQ, . . Student Council president, football, Pony Express. JAMES PARKER . . . All-sTate football. Comolli l959 Homecoming Queen 'Pita 3'f"1':' RADIANT BEAUTY-Carolyn Comolli presents the picture of love- liness after the students voted her 1959 Homecoming Queen. At left Superintendent Olaf G, South congratulates Carolyn and presents her the victor's bouquet between halves of the Snyder game. Runners-up made Homecoming Amid the .frantic ado of preparing for Homecoming, dents paused long enough to nominate six princesses ii then elect a "special" beauty as 1959 Homecoming een, whose identity only Superintendent Olaf G. South ew until his announcement during half-time ceremonies the Snyder game. arolyn Comolli, senior, copped the top honor, while iors Donella Allen and Doloras Teaff, Junicrs Judy vis and Carolee Hawley, and Sophomore Linda Kouri eived runners-up honors. DOLORAS TEAFF . . senior Ft 13 45 iv JUDY DAVIS . . . iunior , Haig DONELLA ALLEN . . senior l M W A 1-1- ' CAROLEE HAWLEY . . . iunior lovely occasion LINDA KOURI . . . sophomore A H J wc i , c :tiff ' sf 1 ,,,,... ..,.,, , 5 ,Y , ,i wg S Q X" z if ' . avi 2 Ei aww iw,--'IW its 'if 'y W 5' Developing special Talents and abilities of the "extra-special" students requires keeping them alert and interested with varied activities. SHS offers about 38 courses including the usual "solid" classes, vocational sub- iects, and higher specialized college-pre- -paratory courses which provide the main interests for the 500 students. Sports, music, and iournalism training are offered those posessing talents and interests in these fields. Specialists can gain further education and enlightenmentin clubs and organizations devoted to particular fields. Future authors, politicians, linguists, dramatists, teachers, secretaries, farmers, housewives, musicians, and vocational workers receive an extra shove along the trail of advancement through SHS clubs and classes. All in all, clubs, classes, and organiza- tions combine to fully develop the physical, mental, and social sides of the "extra- special teenagers"of Sweetwater High. Special interests Special interests W is 2 ? , is 3 .. . if -gli" 5415 Classwork corrals craniums . . . vwkns. """mm. LABORlNG LlNGUlSTSfLearning the language of our neighhors To the South, Mrs. Garland Vinson's Spanish class also develops appre- ciation for culture and customs of those "South of the Border" residents. Lite at SHS is no gravy train of tun and fellowship Although these elements are present, a heavy mea Course ot subject matter is extended to each student it the classrooms, where he spends the maiority of hi working hours. Here, in the classrooms, the student is exposed tc many varied and interesting courses designed to de velop his interests and talents so that he can shovi full proof ot his worth to the adult world. Here, the student learns to read prolitically and to express hi: opinions Clearly and concisely through the written as well as the spoken, word. Here he learns to appreci ate and evaluate the cultures and values ot others from the present time and from ages past-and to ther form his own standards ot excellence. Along with this meat material comes those intangii bles that develop a worthwhile citizen. ARTICULATION ANTlCSvSpeech students read and write plays, give book reviews, and deliver formal speeches while learning to we feCTlY speak their language. SFNTENCE STUDY-To be able to understand and use correct ani appropriate English, sophomore classes study sentence structure an' parts of the sentence. H.. E i..Q..t,..,. ,. Scientific emphasis encouraged . . CIENTIFIC SLANT-in this age of emphasizing science, HSers take time to delve deeply into the subiect. ancy Birmingham, Roy Price, Kay Wyricllcand Wesley Grissom examine specimens from the biology labora- tory. K CHEMICAL CREATION-Higher science is also offered to give college- bound students a sound foundation for collegiate science courses and to give other students the sound scientific knowledge they need. At left, Edyth Perrynian, Carolyn Petty, and Mary Stewart cautiously prepare a chemical experiment. PRACTICAL PRACTICE-Preparing for the future, the homemakirig classes learn by doing. Brenda Green uses the sewing machine to seam. Patsy Blailock irons her finished product, while Doris Sullivan is iust cutting out a pattern to begin hers. f-vm "Nw . H H A zn- Q, l A 'T Pupils prepare for professions, businesses . . . 5314395 , STENOGRAPHERS-SOMEDAY-Clacking their way Through tl' typing course, these young ladies become proticient enoug in shorthand, filing, and typing to land secretarial iobs upc completion of the course. BALANCING ACT-Setting up ledgers, posting journals, balancing the books . . . all are everyday occurrences for the bookkeeping pupils preparing themselves as apprentice baccountanrs. Firm foundations are given SHSers who desire to T enter the business world immediately upon graduation. The Vocational Department teaches such trades as bookkeeping, stenography, farming, woodwork, and metal work. Many students receive on-the-job instruc- tion through the Industrial Co-operative Training pro- gram wherein they attend classes for halt a day and work for local business concerns the other halt. SHEEPISH BUSINESS-Today SHS students study the technicalities involx in farming and ranching . . . Tomorrow they will supply the prodl BLUEPRINTS BEsEt students in fo' OU' mmkels' R a y m o n cl Heine-r's Mechanical EARN AS YOU LEARN-Working for local mer- "WHO NEEDS COLLEGE?" ask looys learni Drawing classes where 'Future archi- chants, ICT participants pad their bank ac- the operation and function of the many r tects and building engineers are Counts while stuffing knowledge into their chines in the metal shop. These youngst Tfalned- heads. learn skills which will profit them in later li H T at TTR ri.' A K itn fll irrr We or so T 3 1 l lgtsift E E 1 A .izai ,mum . J P1 3 M ,,,. .. - I f B- i f 'af ' 12. ,sr f1::2:z,,Q:,,f:: 1 'r' ii it Pe' rt rl ,M 'vi Q - W if f 3':.l.:Q'-:E '- M" V 1-25 'Tm A ,-F ,, , . W' 1,5 , , if JE Ei -,l 4 . ,. gt T.. ft "h' t 'W , .,.,.:,,.,f . x4Yk.A lx ki ,M L, " J M Str jeg , 5 gf Y 'B-My I A S6 , E . . . get 'solid' training . . . Students receive book learning plus "good ol'e common sense" as they learn to think Through and solve problems presented in higher mathematics, ponder books in the library, or delve into the lives ot yesterclay's heroes. The math department offers General Math, two years ot Algebra, Plane Geometry, and Solid Geometry and Trigonometry. Historical and governmental courses include American, World, and Texas history along with civics, economics, and Commercial Law. RIGHT SLANT-Getting the right students learn to approach all problemsvgeometrical and physical-from the try angle. slant on lite, geometry SOURCE OF INFORMATION-Students 'Find the library a source of reference for the many assignments given by teachers. When, it ever, free from these worrisome problems, students can become engrossed in one of the hundreds of interesting available volumes. HISTORICAL HIGHLIGHTS-World History students learn to appre ciate "what makes them tick" as they study the advance of civilization through the ages. Xi EVEN' ,Qt ,W was new ..9.s.Q-at Maasai , .,,, . w HWHSVQ - ii 'HNF 993.52 1' ll sim! 'BHS 'A ww bmw i 3h Kwiwilmnw sawn ss imma has rw-as LYRICAL LABORS-Hours of hard work go into perfecting the choirs' repertoire which is used in contests and in programs Tor school, civic, and social groups. Dll.lGENT DREAMERS-Anticipating Their turn in The drivers' seat next year when they will be publishing the Pony Express, 'first year iournalists study The subiect from all angles to prepare Themselves To follow in their predecessors' award-winning footsteps. ,..b!3,..Im.,rIll 19 Special talents trained . . Adding spice To Their lives and To The lives of Tho about Them, music and publications students Tre Their Talents and utilize Them To entertain and infor others. Band and choir students have created friendly "rivalry" in Trying to outdo one anothe programs Tor assembly and civic groups. Journalis students publish The Pony Express To amuse SHS-e and to keep Them abreast of The Times, while The yea book staffers combine Their talents To publish Tl yearbook of memories and history. MELODIC MUSTANGS-Preparing for The annual concert playin contests, the Big Red Mustang Band rehearses diligently under Tl skilled baton-wielding of E. C. lPatj Patterson, band director. NEW NOTIONS-Always on the lookout for different ideas, yearbo workers study magazines, papers, and yearbooks Trying to impro their product. ..-...I 4 . Council creates congeniality . . . Teaching the democratic form of government to its 22 members and promoting better relationships between students and Teachers and with other schools has been a purpose of the Newman High Student Council this year as it conducted its many projects and activities. Weekly meetings provided the members an oppor- tunity to study democracy. This is, in turn, relayed to the students through the representatives' weekly reports back to the homerooms. A coffee given for all Sl teachers helped promote student-teacher relationship Attending Student Council conventions accomplished tl final purpose of promoting inter-school relationships. Selling book covers, decals, pens, pencils, pennan' and concession stand protits at gridiron contests pr vided funds for the Council. its Carolyn Comolli Secretary-treasurer P. H. Buster Patty Miller Reporter Faculty Adviser Jerry Miller President 15 J? W? . m ttf?- I 5 5 Mary Stewart Judy Bowen English IV Biology Mrs. Garland Vinson Billy Savage Jackie Ensley Jean Pace English ll Biology 70 Bill Brown Melvin Robertson John Bryant Vice-president . Q QLQ ' f . Za ' sci 1 ' ' i tv YY., xi James Thomas Agriculture Frank Davis Mary Ann Hunt Journalism Ben Brock :ka M 1 ..-a . Y -'-1. 1 Martha Willoughby Secretarial Training' Mrs. Charles Nunn Janyth Holcomb English Ill Mrs. E. J. Yates VUNCIL CONFAB-On the Student Council executive committee pre- 'ing for the weekly meeting are, from left, Jerry Miller, P. H. ster, Patty Miller, John Bryant, Carolyn Comolli, Pat O'Donald, Sherry llew, Mary Ann Hunt, and Mary Stewart. erry Ballew ,J . ..., .L -i..Q1,-f. .. ,. .- K ftfiii .,:,,5,-Q7 . , i f. , s Jackie Fielder Ping Civics gs. Roberta Elliott Elwood Turner . , - i ff . XL I gf r - A-mp. Q view.: -Quik - .: 4 'J A A? f . .J ,,.- .2 L r- 1, . .'g,2':,,- X c . A Z 51 l,?fFm1.f"' Donella Allen Linda Jolley Mechanical Drawing Study Hall Raymond Hefner Woodrow Smith 'f V ! Frank Davis -,422 Assistant Sponsor so ' 5 it J. T. Lambert Cay Lynn McCorkle General Metals Trigonometry Ray Rushing J. G. Overton F3 -ww E4 E A E W E Betti Gaither Robert Barrera English ll World History Miss Laura Sheridan Mrs. J. W. Walston l . -as ig. l knuv Mir! -' 2 i t Wt"E .f i .il Q i? . i . F, -- l Pat O'Donald -lUClY Davis Homemaking American History Miss Louise Bollinger W. O. Johnson .fl2isiW"" l C, VW Y L tw iii yr .. J an ,- 3,55 PARADE PREPARATIONS-Readying the Council float in the homecoming parade are, from left, Judy B wen, Betti Gaither, Linda Taylor, Linda Jolley Cay Lynn McCorkle and Jackie Ensley. RX A ' A 71 1 Milf 1 "QUE ES?"-Enioying one ot the interesting programs of the Spanish Club are, top row from left, John Bryant, Charles Arbaugh and Wendell Patterson. Second row: Linda Kouri, Sandra Sears, Jerr Miller, Pat Turner, and Kay Blair. Seated: Susie McCord, Greta Henderson, Nancy Smith, Nancy Lee, Carolee Hawley, Janyth Holcomb, and Betti Gaither. Bottom Row: Ann Clark, Kay Bast, and Ann Bast. ani SPANlSH SPEAKERS-Smiling Spanish clubbers seated are, from left, Rita Stewart, Boo Fox, and Linda Bevel. Standing are Trent Butler, Brenda Caldwell, Carolyn Taylor and Philip Hardin. SENORS AND SENORITAS participating in the fun and fellowship of the Spanish Club are, top row from left, Evelyn Cornelius, David Harris, Eddie Bradford, George Stewart, Travis Clopton, and Sandra Edwards. Middle row: Sherry Balle Virginia Patterson, Billie Lieb, Cay McCorkle, Martha McGlothing, Sandra Pittsgl-id Sheri Roberts, Bottom row: Judy Bowen, Joy Witt, and Joyce Bradley. 72 Spanish speakers study to win . . After winning a tirst place and several othf honors at the annual Spanish Fiesta last yea Los Conquistadores, Sweetwater High Schoc Spanish Club, spent the year promoting betta international relationships and working towar winning more honors at this year's tiesta. Under the leadership of Mrs. Garland Vinsor the cfulo held monthly meetings tor the tire time with programs planned tor each meeting Several Mexican dinners and other socials wer also held. 'M nhl LINGUISTS' LEADERS-Discussing plans for the Spanish Club year are, from left, Mrs. Garland Vinson, sponsor, Sandra Edwards, vice-president, Carolyn Taylor, secretary, Sandra Pitts, president, Eddie Bradford, treasurer, and Trent Butler, reporter. r l r IRAMA ENTHUSIASTS-Studying drama are, first row from left, Carolyn Comolli, Boo Fox, lonella Allen, Doloras Teaff, and Eileen Bradley, Second row: Wendell Whiltenburg, Joyce trown, Judy Bowen, Sheri Roberts, Ann Clark, and Carolyn Taylor. Third row: Gerald Stevenson, ibAk' ,MlH,B'lEld, . O "msc" e MP 'l "gan and Gemge WWE" Executive BOARD-Outlining the curtain CIub's slate of activities, Wendell "MY BUCKET!" retorts Edyth Perryman as Buddy Sipe threatens rncnacingly with a mop as hor- rorvstricken Judy Bowen and Roy Caldwell wit- ness the proceedings. Miss Joann Harriss directs the rehearsals for "No More Homework," the Curtain Club's only presentation. Whittenburg, president, asks for suggestions from Miss Joann Harriss, sponsor, Joyce Brown, vice-president, Carolee Hawley, publicity director, and Donella Allen, secretary. Dramatists emote Helping themselves by entertaining others, the Curtain Club presented only one production this year, but spent much time, energy, and money preparing to play host to the district University lnterscholastic League one-act play contest. While amusing their audience, SHS tu- ture Barrymores found themselves develop- ing an appreciation ot the theater, and creating opportunities tor selt-expression and creative workmanship. Special talents and abilities ranging from carpentry to makeup to acting are required of this seg- ment of the "special teenagers." wr FUTURE EMOTERSfEnioying a Curtain Club meeting are, first row from left, ADING LADIES-Girls predominate in the SHS acting world. First row, from 't, are Mila VanDever, Linda Barnwell, Jean Pace, Nancy Bromley, and Patty ller. Second row: Ann East, Margaret Croan, Bette May, Carolee Hawley, and aureen Nayta. Third row: Betti Gaither, Joyce Bradley, Vernie Jackson, Betty eb, and Virginia Patterson. l Nedra Sanders, Joyce Porter, Carol Sexton, and Joan Smith. Second row: Edyth Perryrnan, Elizabeth Scobey, Carolyn Petty, and Martha Willoughby. Third row: Lynda Henlngton, Patsy Tayior, Wendell Patterson, Nelson Geron, and Roy Caldwell. if ,sm LEADlNG THE WAY-Bonnie Tinsley, president, pre sides at an executive meeting of the FTA officers Others present are, from left, Eileen Bradley, treasurer, Sherry Ballew, secretary, Betty Loeb, ac companist, John Bryant, reporter, and Doloras Teatf historian. Not shown are Bob Atkinson, vice president, Alex Foy, song leader, and Cay Mc Corkle, librarian. FTA explores teaching . . . "A ChiId's Mind . . . Our greatest space." With this theme in mind, the Laura Sheridan chapter ot Future Teachers of America embarked on an active year . . . the hayride . . . winning tirst place in the homecoming parade float con- test . . . socials . . . district convention . . . the solemn installation ot otticers preparing tor a still greater exploration next year into "our greatest space." HAIL THE VICTOR e Roy Caldwell, District Mr. FTAnrehearses his speech for presentation at the state contest, while Robbie Jo Palmer, Miss FTA of SHS, and Miss Laura Sheridan, sponsor, critically observe. 2 READY FOR SERVICE-Examining the merits ot training others are, top row from left, Thearl Nelson, Mannon Newman, David Harris, Joe Gerald, and Roy Caldwell. Middle row: Joy Gardner, Cay McCorkle, Sherry Ballew, Nedra Sanders, and Sue Bristow. Seated are Frances Davis, Bettye Davis, Nancy Craver, Elizabeth Hampton, and Brenda Caldwell. 74 SINGING SCHOOLMARMS-A new group, FTA's School- marms, entertained at meetings, rode on the Home- coming tloat, and represented the club at the district meet in Graham. From left are Alex Foy, Yvonne Bredemeyer, Suzanne Davis, and Mary Rayburn. HIGH CALLING-Looking into the teaching profession are, top row from left, Billy Blelew, , Elizabeth Scobey, Robert Barrera, John Roberts, and Suzanne Davis. Second row: Jimmy Watson, Alex Foy, Toni Wolf, Mary Ann Reams, and George Stewart. Seated are Yvonne Bredemeyer, Mary Rayburn, Iris Jones, and Gloria Bredemeyer. IEPARING FOR TOMORROW-Considering the teaching pro- ssion as their way of lite are, top row trom lett, BUDDY ne, Carl Cowan, Wendell Whittenourg and Rooo.e Palmer. iddle row: Greta Henderson, Sandra Edwards, Vernte Jack- tn, -Juanita Nunn, Evelyn Cornelius, and Barton W.lliams. :ated are Betty Loeb, Bette May, Kay Perdue, Margaret 'oan, and Dirnple Lawrence. ENTATIVE TUTOR54FTA'ers studying the trials and ibulations of classroom teaching are, Top row from ft, Joyce Brown, Bonnie Tinsley, John Bryant, Don shop, Jackie Fielder, and Eileen Bradley. Second tw: Linda Barnwell, lenora McCullough, Barbara Jrleson, Doneltla Allen, Doloras Teaff, and Betti aither. Seated are Barbara Holloman, Kay Bast, nn Clark, Patty Miller, Carolyn Comolli, and Nancy 'omley. On the floor are Boo Fox, Jean Pace, Ann ast, and Joyce Bradley. lXIl!"L. SHOWING OFF-"Look what my kids did," points out Neclra Sanders to her cadet teaching companions and Coach Elwood Turner, FTA sponsor. Admiring the proiect are Bettye Davis, Standing, and, seated trom left, Elizabeth Scobey, Cay Lynn lVlcCorkIe, Robbte Jo Palmer, and Yvonne Bredemeyer. These students spend an hour each day in elementary class- rooms gaining actual teaching experience. Y l H ll Q13 SHS singers serenade students, clubs . . . MUSIC MASTERS-ln the A Cappella choir are, Back Row: from left, Martha McGlothing, Virginia Patterson, Nancy Benson, Joyce Porter Barbara Hillyard, Roy Caldwell, Royce Bonner, Billy Conway, Glen lmken James Taylor, Paul DeBusk, Mary Rayburn, Carole Carter, Dorothy Lew.s, Vera Talbot, Lynda Long, Frank Healer, Wayne True, Frankie Goodrum, 1 x Larry Stanley, Don McJunkins, Alex Foy, Anna Smith, Sue Bristow, Martl' Willoughby, Lou Neil Eager, Kay Norman, Sonny Willoughby, Billy Culwe Eddie Bradford, Douglas Taylot, Sheri Roberts, Ann Clark, Ann Bast, Sandi Sears, Frances Crosby, Rita Stewart, Linda Jolley, Carolyn Taylor, an Judy Decker. MALE MUSlClANS-ln the boy's quartet this year were, from left, Roy Caldwell, Bill Culwell, Larry Stanley, and Eddie Bradford. Accompanying the group is Martha McGlothing. 76 TREBLE TRlOAJoyce Porter, Sandra Pitts, and Martha McGloth- ing formed the Rhythmettes, or girl's trio, and were 'Featured in a national magazine. Virginia Patterson served as BCCOITT- panist. Choir enters UIL contest, makes annual trip While training and improving their talents, the A Cappella choir members learned a varied repertoire of mel- odies with which they entertained civic, social, and school groups. Con- tests intervened to add competition and honors to the choir's year. Time out was also taken tor the annual trip financed by proceeds from candy sales. SONGSTERS' SENATE-Governing body for the choir, the council is composed of the officers and a representative from each section. rw TUNEFUL TROUBADEARS-Reduced to six by state rules, the Seated on the back row are Roy Caldwell, bass representative, Douglas Taylor, tenor representativeg and James Taylor, president. On the tront row, from left, are Linda Jolley, alto representativeg Rita Stewart, secretary treasurer, Virginia Patterson, soprano representative, and Alex Foy, student director. Sandra Pitts, vice-president is not shown. Leading the group is director Eugene Shirley. Troubadears entertained many clubs and organizations about town. From left are Joyce Porter, Mary Rayburn, Alex Foy, Sandra Pitts, Martha McGlothing, Sandra Sears, and Rita Stewart. LYRICAL LASSES-Composing the sextet this year were, clockwise, Sheri Roberts, Frances Crosby, Mila Beth VanDever, Martha Willoughby, and Dorothy Lewis. Accompanying the group is Arm Clark. 77' l Fourth-estaters show intellectual curiosity M 2 SPORTING SPIRIT-Planning makeup for the Pony Express sports page provided one of the many tasks faced by John Bryant, standing, and Don Bishop, co-sports editors. ll lim' WN 'W' A :ii ':' f 12353 I M FINDING FEATURES-Betty Burrows, feature editor, discusses ideas for features secured from exchange papers with Trent Butler, associate editor of the bi-weekly publication. Z' its m,.,,-wif E-. DIGGIN' FOR DEADLINES-Busily beating out cop and reading final proof for an edition of th Pony Express are, seated from left, Carolyn Comoll society editor, Eddie Scott, cartoonist! Patty Mille: class and club news editor, and Edyth Perrymar exchange editor. Standing are Dooper Hicks, cii culation manager, and Barton Williams, photograph coaordinator. 78 Journalists take top honors in state "Where's that copy? Write an 18-point head for this. urry up! We've got to get this in tomorrow." Such harried remarks typify the staff room where piring Sweetwater High School iournalists publish the :ny Express, winner of the state championship in its -weeekly class for the last five years and eight times the last ten. Selling advertisements gives business experience to staff members while helping to finance publication costs so that sudents and teachers receive the bi-weekly pub- lication at no expense to themselves. Staff members received more individual writing awards than any other newspaper in Texas, while the paper copped top honors in two national contests. we waiv- ,Www if if iiii .1 Q Q' 1 -i't2 ty awk E M-Tiff, "i's.,,,2 KX bs- '93-sizf K , ii iiiii i i "F L E D G L l N G FOURTHAESTATERS-Learning the ropes," first year iournalists study iournalistic rules preparatory to publishing the paper during their second year. .0 ii ii sit Q X Mm. XDVERTISING AGENTS-Betty McDonell and Bettye Da- "HOW'S THIS," asks Nancy McGuire of Ardis Gaither, as the Pony Express fis, advertising managers, and Mary Stewart, business C0-editors Check Pf00f with Ben BVOCR, 6dVlSel'- nanager, handle the business affairs for the Express. 79 . . . In woimen's worl HOMEMAKING HEADS-Deciding policies and plans for the FHA is the task assigned to officers. Standing, from left, are Alex Foy, song leaderp Margaret Croan, first vice-presidenty Zelma Simmons, parliamentariang Betty McDonell, reporter, and Nancy McGuire, pianist. Seated are Paula Smith, historian, Vera Talbot, treasurer, Joan Smith, president, An- nette Massey, second vice-president, Dorothy Lewis, secretary, and Miss Louise Bollinger, sponsor. af ROUND THE TABLE-Discussing latest proiects are FHAers Alex Patsy Blailock, Sharon Roderick, l Fullwood, Sherry Bearden, Glend liott, Brenda Green, Deloris Sl. Linda Beall, and Doris Sullivan. DECORATING CREW-Learning home deckoration through ex- perience are from left fstandingl Patsy Altom, Bonnie Fullwoocl, Carol Sexton, and Doris Hatfield. Seated is Doris Parish. 80 SEWING SEMI-CIRCLE-Looking over the patterns from which they mus' choose are, standing from left, Billie McCormick, Lillian Montgomery, Peggy Creech, Barbara Freeman, and Linda Jolley. Seated are Johnngy Wilkerson Barbara McElhaney, Maureen Nayfa and Kay Perdue. f-f--.,, sf. we 1 t I 4' .,., ,, D BOYS ALLOWED-For once, girls did not want any embers of the opposite sex around at the FHA come- -you-are breakfast. Enioying the fun are, standing from 't, Elaine Collins, Etta Jones, Sue Walker, Patsy Green, 5 Q FHAers find success formula Specialization is the key word to success today, and FHA members are specializing in the world's most im- portant field - leading and growing tomorrow's leaders in today's homes. With such a goal combined with training in cooking, sewing, home decoration, and the many other facets of home life, these "special teenagers" are fast be- coming tomorrow's greatest specialists. ara Smith, and Bertha Sullivan. Sitting are Delores Banner, irna Lawrence, Connie Brady, Elaine Gaines, and m Walston. , hh 'mf y. CLUSTER OF ACTIVITY-Planning their work for the year and initiating work on various tasks are, standing from left, Carolyn Taylor, Darlene Blair, Sherry Ballew, and Lynda Henington. Seated: Wanda Storrs, Brenda Caldwell, Linda Whitworth, Joyce Hyatt, Barbara Storrs, Barbara Craig, and Jesse Rodriquez. FORM is displayed by Joan Smith, club president, demonstrating Mary Ellen Roberts, Lana Durham, Nancy Smith, Estelle Wood, and correct modeling procedure. Closely studying the performance are, Helen Burnett. The girls make the clothes which they model. left, Patsy Altom, Miss Louise Bollinger, sponsor, Nedra Hankins, 8l Yucca staff makes up, beautifies, brings in money ,sf M--'uncanny-'f lg.,-ft vw ADMINISTRATIVE ADVICE-Ben Brock, Yucca sponsor, gives advi to yearbook neopltytes Betti Gaither and Judy Bowen, as th "burn midnight oil" after a party at Judy's. -Q-.Q 2:-'M 3 . CLASSES CAUCUS-tfTI'1is one'5 next" insists Bonnie Tinsley, class X ws sum editor, to Slnielia Barnett lcenterj and Judy Davis, beauty editors, K X 5, ' as they consider a division page for their class sections. f 5 gg 5 ings Z i iq 3 5 Mi' .' 'P ""i: s at if ' ,ff 2 if ' "" I' Y X.: M ng' 'fi f as gt I W I I lf sa I ' WTYN a, if' . " '- " ' 1 si - W ., If I ,gt 'Q A , ..,... . t it V ? a fe-I y M-W M i"i2 . ,,,,,, E so ,. -f """-2 .- ,... ...... .,-., I I 1- N1+tasQ CLUBLICITY is the order of the day for Eileen Bradley, organizatior editor, and Wendell Patterson, her assistant. "BRING HOME the bacon" is the 'Familiar line often heard by Bob Atkinson i Yancey Jones as they start out to sell Yucca ads. CHIEFS COLLABORATE-Ben Brock, Yucca sponsor, and Doloras Teaff, editor, discuss layouts, while Trent Butler, associate editor, questioningly looks on. PARTYING AROUNDfYucca staff members, at left, for- get makeup copy, and heads long enough to enjoy a Christmas party in the home of Mrs. Joe Bowen, coahostess with staff member Judy Bowen. M--ilu. Mads .. "MORE MONEY," reports Robbie Palmer, advertising manager, as she gives receipts to Donella Allen, bus- iness manager, who records receipts which advertising staffers turn in. SPORTS SECTION-James Thomas checks layouts for Larry Durham, sports editor, who is, reading reports of the Breckenridge game. my fly : ' w ml ' .,. elite? J F5 mm t Un: sum PRIZED WOOL-After taking the prize in one show, Dalton Harvey, Larry Barnhill, J. T. Lambert, and Lavaughn Freeman curry the ribbon winner in preparation for the next livestock competition. Future Farmers future's feeders TOMORROW'S CORN and other foodstuffs will be grown these boys and others like them, but now these studel devote themselves to leading the FFAers of today. Frc left are Dalton Harvey, treasurer, Jarvis Hayes, vice-presidei Russell Green, president, Palmer Baugh, song leader, Bi Belew, sentinel, Don Wright, secretary, James Jamison, p liamentarian, and James Thomas, reporter. .W II-Q53 ff? 53.535135 lf:-H 4.3.1-I ffzllix U we I N...-if ll! ww SPECIALIZED TRAINING-Looking ow some agriculture studies are, standii from left, Douglas Taylor, Jim Heningt Thurman Hayes, Tommy Geron, Jesse Al ander, Billy Belew, Stanley Johnson, M ley Hudgins, Jimmy Fry, and Charl Burnett. Seated: Palmer Baugh, Roy Pri: Jarvis Hayes, James Thomas, Don Wrigl George Epperson, Russell Green, an James Jamison. 1 ATHLETIC ENDEAVOR is emphasized by Girls' Sports Club officers, from left, Betty McDonell, reporter, Betty Burrows, vice-president, Barbara Storrs, president, and Shirley Prevvitt, secretary. XTURE GIRLS-Learning the value of exercise, cnpetition, and outdoor activity, these girls ioin a typical gab session before beginning a baseball me. From left are Kay Jones, Shirley Full- zod, Mary Rayburn, Gloria Williams, and inzell Henington. Girls gain grace... Flying balls . . . churning legs . . . flailing ms . . . boys found they do not have a monop- y on this world vvhen Girls' Sports Club com- etitors served notice that they, too, are able articipants in the sports field. Besides promoting friendly athletic competi- on, the club also emphasizes the fields of social ie and personal hygiene. READY, AIM, FIRE-Fixing their eyes on the basket, girls get practice in the roundball sport. From left are Billie McCormick, Johnnye Wilkerson, Imogene Romine, Sylvia Miller, Linda Bevel, Patsy McGuire, and Betty Park. JMBLING GIRLS--Limbering up on the tumbling mat are Anna erryman, Wanda Storrs, and Ruby Walker. Watching the an- cs are Barbara Freeman, Margaret Shuff, Linda Fullvvood, Joy Jrry, Gaynell Greer, Wilma Creed, Bertha Sullivan, Patsy O'Donald, nd Patsy Blallock. Betty McDonell prepare to demonstrate set-up form for Darlene Gunn, Shirley Prevvitt, Sue Thompson, Betty Burrows, and Mary Ann Hunt. SPORTS SHORTS-Mrs. Phil Sharkman gives her volleyballers a bit of humor before continuing with spiking practice. Barbara Storrs and nqnnwv' vw ,I MACHINE AGE-Inspecting a few of the moder machines avaliable to the General Metals boy are, from left, Donald Brown, Jerry Browt ing, Ronnie Whitaker, Osca. Sims, Jimmy Fry, an Stanley Johnson. TORCHY ART-Welding is one of the many crafts learned by General Metals students. Gaining ex- perience in the art are, from left, Lester Cavitt, Denver Price, Ted Burkhart, Jerry Spencer, and Donald Worsham, as Ray Rushing, instructor, care- fully inspects the work. Boys learn 'hot' trades... Special preparations for the immediate future are made by members of VLC Chapter ll, as they learn trades that will enable them to earn a living when they face the adult world. Students showing special aptitude in the metal work are given expense-paid trips to the state meet, where they compete for state awards. Several students have won first, second, and third place awards in this competition in the last few years. Besid-es preparing for later life and winning contests, the General Metals boys also create useful obiects for school and home. Hurdles and high iump standards for the new track constituted their main task this year. 86 THE LINEUP-Lining up for their turn at one of the machines are, from left, Lavaughn Freeman, Billy Bradberry, Daniel Maldonado, Danny Daniel, and Durrell Jones. SURE CRAFTSMEN-Making sure of their work is an essential quality for expert metal work. Jack Tucker, Bobby Kreidel, Dewey Gent, Jimmie Scott, George Sanders, and J. T. Lambert carefully check their work before progressing. l a A . h . I ADVISORS-Men who serve as ICT counselors are, from left, Horace lett, A. C. Bishop, John Brookshire, and Herman Hardin. ,- --1 R SHARPIES-Gaining experience as mechanics were Steve Turpin, ry Stevenson, Guy Morgan, and Lindell McGuire. 1 GIRLS TRAIN-Receiving on-the-iob training were Gayle Green, Joyce Holloway, Carole Richards, and Elizabeth Hampton. SHOCKING WORK-Learning electrical work were James Kasinger, Lonnie Roberson, Marvin Scarborough, and Owen Wright. ICT students earn as they learn .2 Ka N- Aa!! X ' - sgjy - .L I: lngslgl E: R K Er? 75' . tg, - jg. L . ,.," ,A 0 'cefs 6 ....X...-Sl, Y .- Q ,' 1, -w Rushing, Joyce Holloway, ' , gy ,kiss ,- I ,. :fy A Z: . I . Robert Taylor, Guy Morgan, In lllv V W - and Jerry Stevenson. , 4 , Qf fiff' if , j?'jE:'.'e:.,.q ' ' I , .f ,Q j f, :" YL eww 'ww J w.meaw'wwwVww lsll filirliilg li ' ' ' l Xiim 39352545 wiis 'Q bla ln - .w --iz ' R ' 1 ,, . M " '-'aa Q, if J , .sf -i' , ' 5- ,,. ,. ff' 2 t k1?f's'!l'l5l 'ill f Q K 0 5 5, U nf by ,., . .2 . ' .... . in E Q . ,. anti . ., i . X MEATY WORK-Apprenticed meat cutters are Perry Gotcher, X L Carolyn Bruner, Frank Odom, and Robert Taylor. . .,,,. X f .525 Q It X 9 L Qx X . X K ' ef X I X ' X.. -. ' 'M " ' ' s - 4 I J 5 M.. 5 V ,y,,1,E.fsg: . - M" f , '.,' .fy f:sQEf2Z'::21:g13' W-- tr 'fm 1" H, A .3 Q , A V5 TECHNICAL LABORERS -Gaining actual iob experience ,gf fffaifgfl 4 U'l""iii"' were Gene Shaffer, John Williamson, Roy Gossett, and in PM Lawrence Brannon. . -. ,'.t--., ...,2-.'-..- , ALF-DAYERS-Going to school only half-a-day under the ICT program were lifton Carter, Raul Ybarra, Ray Rushing, and Jerry Miller. 87 QUICK PENS, and minds, are necessary for interscholastic League. Trent Butler, Ardis Gaither, and Nancy McGuire check one of the many stories they write in preparation for regional competition, , SENSE RACE-Mrs. W. E. Williams checks the sto watch while Toni Wolf and Eddie Bradford tak another five-minute number sense test before enterin district competition in the mental arithmetic rac against the clock and opponents. SPEEDY CREW-working hard to make the typing and stenography teams, these students must outrace one another before encountering district foes. Shorthanders working in the foreground are Barbara Storrs, Betty Burrows, and Mary Stewart. Meanwhile, Maureen Nayfa, Billy Burklow, Robbie Palmer, Yvonne Bredemeyer, Suzanne Davis, Iris Jones, Billy White, George Stewart, and Gerald Stevenson try to show Mrs. Roberta Elliott they can qualify for the five-man typing team. POOR HOSTS-Readying themselves for the first UIL meet held i Sweetwater, ready writers prepare to ensure the district titl stays here. From left, are Virginia I-lynn, Cay McCorkle, Robbi Palmer, Frank Bouchett,i!Mrs. E. J. Yates, instructress, Sandra Edward: Betty May, and Betty Loeb. 88 i n ...audi ELLING BEE-Daily practice with tricky words helps :se girls in their school work and prepares them for 2 spelling and plain writing contest. Contestants are onne Bredemeyer, Sherry Ballew, and Mary Stewart, with as Laura Sheridan, instructress. UIL hopefuls prep for meet FAST TALKERS-The feminine gift of gab comes in handy for these SHS lasses, and lads, too, as they compete for positions on debate and declamation teams. Declaimers listening attentively to Jean Pace's speech are Nedra Sanders, lStandingJ and Virginia Patterson, Joyce Porter, Mary Ellen Roberts, and Juanita Nunn. Mrs. J. W. Walston, debate coach, points out information to Wayne True and Margaret Reeves, while fellow- debaters Toni Wolf, Elizabeth Scobey, Carolyn Petty, and Edward Marshall heatedly discuss points learned in a practice session. gs. Q i mx. aww no BRAINY SLIPPING-Hoping to equal last year's sweep of the first three places, these boys, under the patient tutelage of J. G. Overton, devote their early mornings to slide rule practice. Down the first row are Wayland Smith, Bob Atkinson, and Phillip Flusche. Second row: Philip Hardin, Bill England, John Richardson, Third row! Leslie Cothron. ARD LOVERS-Linda Barnwell and Eileen Bradley ioin Mrs. Garland Vinson attentive listening to Judy Bowen's recital of her entry in original oration. 'IW- 89 "WHO 'YA GONNA YELL FOR?" asks Linda Kouri, At games, rallies- Pepsters work hard to promote spirit . . . " . . . l5 rahs for The Mustang Team," yelled The cheerleaders as they promoted Pony spirit Throughout The school year. Two weekly pep rallies don't appear out of Thin air. AT least six hours a week are spent in practicing and perfecting yells and developing The skits used to entertain during The rallies. These skits were learned during the cheerleading school at the University of Oklahoma and SMU, where the pepsters have attended summer clinics. One new innovation provided by The cheerleaders This year was the victory posters used at each pep rally. Other efforts were decorating the goal posts before each home game and preparing decorations for The annual football banquet. Work for the cheerleaders did not end with The close of football season. Basketball brought more duties, as The pepsters lead the students in cheering the cagers, as well as the football team, to victory. 356'- V sophomore assistant. 'ii is. c "T it T. we ai , ,A ACROBATICS entered the scene this year as SHS cheerleaders strove To back Mustang teams. Clockwise are Boo Fox, Millard Leach, Dooper Hicks, Carolee Hawley, Wendell Patterson, and Linda Kouri. 90 'Win .,...,,...,. it H 53? . . fy ,, . 11 ras ., 5 .,., "lS THIS RIGHT?" wonders Wendell Patterson, sopho- more assistant, while he learns the tricks of the trade. "FIGHT," pleads Carolee Hawley, junior assistant, who is in ,, her ihird year as an SHS cheerleader. -'f'f,ybj, ll OMP 'EM," exclairns B00 oduces the new yell. i , yfii x " - E ?1""sli Q . ' w W ., ww w 7 ' 1 funn. , Kun' p ag k"'i"'g3' 'M l 'ww L ' '1- J . . A , N f Nik' X -is M W JY , W fp a-Lf ,- s fy, , "HI r - " .. 'nw M W, ,K K M:,M4 ."f X of ,Q f K 1,4 b QW 1 P af., ,M . gy wig f l wks. I , :E.:5i:4: ,. i , N .. 1 7 i i' ' as R fi 'S 675 1 111- AMW ' il . X -:-:a.- V : V M N F ,v ii ,' - 2' 5 - X -: ,I - F 'X f- - :.. - .J 'Q M, A . A N W V In sm, Q, fggzf, ,Mgr Q lg i ,.,. z .1 , L W ' , Silfifwiaaifl Xifeaw .. "' 1 W. Q '41 rs As . ,,. . 1.--rm 2 of! yy. Wwvhf Q sff+,,fE5Q.s ' 2 we 'fwfl' igfsiw was fr?-Qwiwif vi ,H if an "HELLO," welcomes Dooper Hicks, senior assisianf and neo- phyte yell squad member, as he leads studenis in the familiar before-games yell. far-' sr' Fox, senior head yell leader, as she "A WHITE," exhorts Millard Leach, iunior assistant, as he leads boys in the competition yell for The second year. 9l i, WHO'S HERE?-Recording daily attendance records keeps these office girls busy each clay. From left are Boo Fox, Doloras Teaff, Joyce Brown, Sherry Ballew, Mary Ellen Roberts, Elizabeth Scobey, Carol Sexton, Nancy Bromley, and Jean Pace. Gals aid tutors Two student groups have special tasks which aid faculty and administration. Office assistants receive valuable practical experience while completing their daily rounds of recording ab- sences, answering the telephone, picking up attendance slips, and delivering messages. Shorthand, typing, and use of rnimeograph machines offers good training for secretarial training girls as they serve as student secretaries for the teachers. TRANSCRIPTION TROUBLE-Trying to make sense of their shorthand characters often proves troublesome to students, Mrs, Nunn watches Joyce Porter, Virginia Patterson, Martha Willoughby, Billie McCormick, Annette Massey, Barbara Storrs, Sue Thompson, Vera Talbot, Vonzell Henington, Mrs. Louise Holmes, Bonnie Tinsley, Shirley Prewitt, and Glenda Elliott type up their work. 92 BUSINESS CALLS-Answering the many calls to duty offerec in the office are Kay Perdue, Dimple Lawrence, and Bett' Loeb, standing at left, Virginia Patterson, and Paula Smith at the desk, Lana Durham and Glenda Elliott, at the counter and Joan Smith and Annette Massey, behind the counter ff ,rf :r ah FUTURE SECRETARIES-Working hard to gain altitude on the shorthai mountain are Nedra Sanders, Betty Burrows, Patty Miller, Bet McDonell, Linda Barnwell, Nancy Bromley, Carolyn Comolli, and Joy Brown. Nancy McGuire asks MHS. Charles Nunn, instructress, to che her work, while Jean Pace marks her progress on the cha 5 2 5 TEACHERS' HELPERS-Running the mimeograph machine to aid facul members and gain experience are Student Secretaries Boo Fox, Jt Gardner, Darla Gee, and Darlene Greer. df!! BETTER SERVICE-Impressing the need for con- tinued improvement in serving students, Cay McCorkle presides during Library Club executive meeting. Other officers are Vir- ginia Flynn, viceepresident, Miss Marie Haney, sponsor: Linda Kouri, secretaryf and Dorothy Lewis, reporter. lililillllll an 'I '--. BUSINESS SIDE-At their usual iobs are library i - assistants Alice Horne, Wanda Kidd, Kay Bast, 4, Doris Sullivan, Ann Bast, and Bonnie Fullwood. S Q 9 B usy bookers Promotion of SHS's first Book Fair, in which over 700 new books for all ages were displayed during a library ipen house for the entire community, climaxed the brary's busiest year. Besides the Fair, when the library vas transformed into a colorful, active exhibition hall, he club also held "open house" for all English classes BOOK LISTING-Checking on books are Cay McCorkle, Patsy Taylor, Virginia Flynn, Linda Kouri, Dorothy Lewis, and Ruby Patrick. aid students, learn library service and provided appropriate programs during National Book Week. Attractive, interest-provoking displays and bulletin board arrangements, prepared by the girls, furnished incentive for students to "Wake up and Read f' 93 'Big Red' Band exploits talents? showmanship Displaying natural talent and extraordinary co-ordin- After ioining with the choir for the annual Christr ation, the "Big Red" Mustang Band swept top honors program, the musicians worked and prepared to p at marching contest and hoped to toot their way to host for the annual band festival. This year's festi "sweepstakes" honors. Shows were planned and pro- proved to be the largest in history-having 2l out. duced during half-time of each football contest. town bands. BRASS SOUND-Cornetists in the Musta Band are, from row from left, Dia Allen, Connie Brady, and Maureen Bei Second row: Farnum Terrell, M. A. Norr Richard Copeland, Wayland Smith, . Clark, and Billy Culwell. Third row: Roc! Brooks, Billy Burklow, Buddy Sipe, Mill Leach, Nelson Geron, and Charles Morg BASS SECTION-Those low notes echoing forth are produced by tubas and string basses played by Donella Allen, Mel Harp, Durrell Jones, Phillip Flusche, Doris Hatfield, and Don Mc.lunkins. 94 SLIDE GROUP-Playing trombones in the Mustang Band are, front row from left, Mac Hendrix, Bobby Womack, Bob Atkinson, and Carolee Hawley. Second row: Barry Brown, John Woody, Bill England, and Jimmy Barron. BRASSY KIDS-Adding to the brass section are Maureen Nayfa, George Stewart, and Mary Ann Reams, playing French hornsp and Tom Crisman and Glen Imken, playing baritones. Q, IIGH NOTES-Producing the high tones emitted by the band re clarinetists. Front row from left are Nancy Lee, Donna -arker, Janyth Holcomb, and Kay Blair. Second row: Peggy lanes, Evelyn Cornelius, Connie Dooley, Dimple Lawrence, .andre Edwards, and Lynda Henington. REEDERS-In the reed section are Eileen Bradley, Suzanne Davis, Joyce Bradley, and Frankie Goodrum on bass clarinetsi and Bettye Davis, Gloria Bredemeyer, Betti Gaither, Yvonne Bredemeyer, and Iris Jones on flutes. F, Bandsters aim for sweepstakes CLARINET TOOTERS-Playing clarinets are, from row from left, Lenora McCullough, Elaine Ken- non, Barbara Burleson, and Sue Walker. Back row: Nancy Bromley, Gloria Bredemeyer, Barbara Holloman, Emily Martinez, Pam Walston, and Nedra Hankins. Ia?-Mzxewa. - M Band notes T specialists Individual honors are earned by "band-aiders." ven students made The All-region band in corn- ftition with musicians from 65 schools in Region Governing The band is The Band SenaTe's iob. om the concert band of 85 members, 16 are osen tor The Stage Bancl which presents a zzeol-up repertoire tor assembly programs and r state contest in Brownwood, where This year ey won Third place. Billy Burklow Took sixth ace in trumpet competition. All-REGION-Winning All-region honors were John Woody, Billy Burklow, who also won All-state recognition, Mel Harp, Connie Dooley, Gary Bailey, Lenora McCullough, and Mary Ann Reams. Director E. C. lPatJ Patterson poses with the group. BAND RULERS-Deciding band policies are members of The Band Senate. Members are Doloras Teatf, treasurer, Eileen Bradley, drum majoretteg Carolee Hawley, reporter, Mel Harp, student conductor, John Woody, quartermasterg John Richardson, assistant quartermaster, Bill England, first lieutenant, Wayland Smith, second lieutenant, Billy Burklow, captain, Nedra Hankins, l.DF6I'lBf1j Donella Allen, secretary, and E. C. CPatJ Patterson, director. Lzz COMBO-Presenting popular and iazz arrangements, the Stage Band entertains civic and social clubs and presents an assembly program fore entering state competition at Brownwood. Members on the front row, from left, are Maureen Nayfa, vocalist 5 Carol Sexton, Charles baugh, Doloras Teaff, Gerald Stevenson, and Pat Turner, saxophonists. Mel Harp is at the ,piano, while trombone players are Barry wn, Bob Atkinson, John Woody, and Bill England. Director E. C. tPatJ Patterson stands with drummers Charles Weems and Billy Herron d string bass player Donella Allen. Trum- ltetrs in the back row are Charles Morgan, ayland Smith, Billy Burklow, and Millard Leach. i Sandra Edwards junior assistant. 2 1 l 5 M f Ill 'Q lr fl it WV oliofgglf' A Di p Lawre lu ,ff if :X 0'!f:Ei'AC ' ,g r 35: ..2' 4- ' 1 S - , ' . ' I Qfg-ffilmwwtl' ' F, X A 5 ' 32 , i gi if 1 ri x, it .' 5 5 I X I it 5. ' V --me Aff 1 K 5 ! mama Q .A-aw, , f- llxdqff 5 5 QWQ? V 1 V W F 5 f Qf m gisff f i: 1' s K my ,im 4i.f1:ir:xf5amfs:: s2:2,:is,?g.gi i,, fH - ses: Eileen Bradley . . . Q Janyth Holcomb . . . iunior head twirler. senior drum maioreffe. 1 vi Kay Blair . . . sophomore assistant. Neophyte twirlers take honors LEADING LADIES-Leading the band through the vario parades, half-time shows, and contests, these your ladies turned in remarkable iobs in their first year Although none of last year's twirling quartet returne to SHS, the neophyte baton wielders still manage to spin out four first division ratings in,co tests at Winters. From left are Janyth Holcomb, Ka Blair, Eileen Bradley, drum maiorette, and Dimp Lawrence, and Sandra Edwards. Athletic M gA...,.M.,.,,,..w,,,,.V U Q 2 ,E r g M , ,Auf Y - K M ,V ,,,,,,,,., L r ,W,,,y,3,V,M?giAML 7 Mvme W,.eff'w.,.w.:E'P mf" M . W N, .wwrefwew . " 'mm' ,Ai X, AY 'fr f, ' w',ei'k.f V we A N45 f x 1, 4. X ms Www , , ly kznfwisiifxiabwv. ' Q 4 WM N , I M, :ami Q 'DY . ,K A LAW' K A, .vw n ,Hugh V L'-are ,ix Q .. fl , .pa Q4 ' A xt " 'V , ' Q1fff,:gw . Q hw! f .IIJSI , uw My W, .K ' Qs. -f , ' ,Aj f 1 5 'vv,-'V,1A A 7753521 ggvyzi my R 99 up a rematch Mustang grldders wm district champxonshipl. . . .. - V-.:.',-ww- Q all 11" '.. :fwfr L ,g !""g :EYE ,W -N FM F971-"""4l-.,'5.:-1157 nn-.,.,,".uw-VM A an-an-T-un-::."""' "-an -o--..-4. Wllluuq-L ' L- tnningg ,nm N were team head 19-O gam-s to "'mow charnpnonshup 33 6 O 0 Lose to champ Buckaroos in playoff . . . -4935 THE lhe feel and hands Yo f"?-il? James Parker . . .fullback . . . firsl teams All-district . . . all state . . . All-area. the many wishes needs of 'the Pony and players are the Above, Bobby iape Jarvis Hayes's before a practice and .lack Choate whlle Robert Mike Fox, Royce Bonner, the WW ,dk 1 if , , If ,,. ll,, Eddie Scott first team team B to ,-.- HT Jw mf at so o f i A SKULLDUGGERY-Explaining straiegy for an importam' game,Coach Elwood Turner iells an attenlive group of Mustangs the new plays worked our to defeat Abilene. lOl Breck in season With eight regulars and 15 letterrnen returning Mustangs carried their "number one in state" ranking into Breckenriclge's Buckaroo Stadium to lose to the second-ranking Bucks, 35-20, A rude awakening faced the Ponies, as Breckenridge hurried to a touchdown the first time it gained possession of the ball and scored 29points while shutting out the Ponies in the first half. A quick second-half touchdown mounted the score to 35-0. Finally aroused, the Ponies began clicking. Jackie Fielders's leaping catch of James Parker's pass brought the crowd to its 'feet and the Ponies to the eight-yard line, from where John Bryant rifled a pass to Pat Fraley for the score. Next,Parker snared a Buck pass and rarnbled 70 yards for a score, with Bryant again hooking up with Fraiey for two extra points. After Jimmy Shilling, Jarvis Hayes, Billy Belew, and Eugene Creech stopped the Bucks' next series, the Mustangs cranked up another drive only to stall on the nine. Breck charged out to the twenty where Buford Patterson recovered a fumble to set up the Ponies' final score. A new backfield entered the game and provided the final six-pointer with J. T. Lambert plowing the final yard as the gun sounded. The valiant second-half surge hadn't been enough to compensate for first-half penaltties, fumbles, and intercepted passes which resulted in the 35.20 defeat. Eugene Creech . . . senior . . . Sonny Armstrong . . . senior center . . . first team All-district WWW? END OF THE LINE-Larry Parker, Breckenridge end, sto James Parker Q03 for short yardage in the 35420 loss whi rudely iolted the Ponies' "state in 58" dreams. Other Mu tangs are Eddie Scott C33J and Arclis Gaither MAJ. 33333333333 CCCCCCCCCCC uiuimmmulmviwmm -4-'-f-Q-s--r-t--f-Q-Q-v mmmmmmmwmwn: 33333333335 LOQDLDKQLOCOLDAOLQIQLQ cnuemmvxwuivivimtn GRlD ROUNDUP lvvon 9, lost 23 QWon 9, Lost 21 20 Breckenridge I9 Abilene 32 Stamford 34 Big Spring A2 Graham 26 Larnesa 27 Snyder 30 Littlefield 53 Lakeview 68 Colorado City I4 Breckenridge Joh n Brya nt Don Bishop . . . senior . . . guard . . . first team All-district . . . quarter back as a . senior second , , , iaqkle , , , honorable . . . first team All-area . . . second team All-area. All-disfrld. mention All-digtrict, S9COl'id TGBYYI All-state. f 'fav xwwr 'ik Mangan A .r '- .,...,. 2 iisliiiisi.. . In i Y, yi gg? ' i 2 -ft.. i Q wiv , we Qi if fr 3 aa i res 'Ei f f is u , A, G 3 N S Of: V- X 'Manny . T225 ikavllm tw., t 5, J : ,,., - .3 Z hi r i ' it ' wi N, .X X rj ' if ,.,:,. 102 Vik it W """' - ff? if Q ,-.. R t i "ai i ' L i . i ' ,K ' A inane. ,., ttr.t . . 3" PNE!-Ardis Gaither elucles an Abilene defender to write the begin- tg of the end for the Eagles' streak of 51 games without defeat. 2 . ., q. . . . . U l E-E H45 digit s ..V.,V,..,.. is , , is a so ii. 'L 78' F in E S ,, was 9? . I ,.-' J Jackie Fielder . . senior Beverly Herndon . . . iunior . . . end . . . first team All-dis- guard . . . honorable mention All- trict. district. m Wessex ll . .,,... ,. in Ax, J .IQQA -,K . A we ,ii I K its ,. 'Vu v- V .- .,,A, .. N... - raw IF: et . s it zee :",,. eln' i s i A -'-ll. r - Jimmy Shilling . . . senior J. T. Lambert . . . senior . . . . guard. fullback. Ponies ,clip Eagles, i9-Og end Sl-game win streak The bitter taste of defeat finally caught up with Abilene's high-flying Eagles as the Mustangs settied down to business and with a 19-O victory ended a 51-game streak during which Abilene High School's gridiron elevens had not been defeated. A fine team effort by a rugged Mustang forward wall led DY Pat Fraley, Jackie Fielder, Billy Belew, Jimmy Shilling, and Eugene Creech held the Eagles scoreless for the first time since 1952, while the Pony offense dug through Eagle defenders for three touchdowns. Eradicating penalities which stopped their initial efforts, the Ponies roilecl goalward late in the first period with Ardis Gaither bursting eight yards off tackle for the first score, Parker's boot made it 7-O. Moments later, Parker tilchecl an Eagle pass to set the Ponies in business on the Eagle forty. John Bryant's passes to Fielder and Fraley, augmented with runs by James Parker and Ardis Gaither carried the bait to the one, from where Bryant sneaked into the end zone. Late in the second quarter Gaither passed to Eddie Scott on the Eagle 38, and Scott headed for the end zone to make the scoreboard read l9-O, ending an Eagle dynasty and beginning a Pony winning streak. .Mm 5 .Nw 3 AJR gtufsw, ,.,. ws.,-u weaves' ...sw 1 Mmm Billy Belew , . . sophomore . . . Jarvis Hayes . . . senior . . . tackle . . . second team All-district tackle . . . honorable men- . . . second team All-area. tion All-district. f"f site Qi - -'iii B . , six 'M gf ' A f ,we i K' KE Jeff iamvi V ' r 'fi Q S if ,avr Q" G in Ak x+0""" it k x :. AA W fxywg R. ., .s. 5-ins, 7 W ,lf .V -5 X Mike Everts . . . senior . . Carl Cowan . . . senior . . . heltback. tackle, l03 tr i - ' . , rt .:' .::":2-'-.:f f,5:..'+' " ' 2 V- .i 5- ,.-g .:.,:a:"1 ' ' .-.,.,. 3 ' V ,,:, 1, 5, .,.,,,,, t I ,t ,A g 7 . . 2 li ,. . if A " 1 r . V ni 3 umm 3.51: f J Q , .. Q at W ,.,, ff ,X 4-aww gf 532 3 , ,. ,,,... xl g ' My , 3 , ,M,:,l3-Q eff t t fe f .8 sa ' ' "" :a- , l' if ':'V M ffff wesssss ew-twig Am-will W- "ew, t ' V ' :gg ' Wendell Whittenlourg . . George Sanders . . . senior . . . Buford Patterson . . . iunior . . . Carrol Feagan . . . Iunic senior . . . end. end. end. . . . quarterback. GAINING GROUND-After taking a Bryant U61 Eddie Scott 1331 scoots of the 333 yards rushing the Ponies picked up in Stamford. John 'xt-'S GOT IT!-Kenneth Weaver C573 grabs a loose football to give 1 Ponies another shot at Big Springs goal during the Mustangs 31 Victory. Other Sweetwaterites scrambling for the ball 1 Sonny Armstrong Q21 Wendell Whittenburg QSOJ Carl Cow l2lJ Jimmy Shilling H701 and J. T. Lambert MSD. Turnermen trip Bulldogs, 32-O . . . Slaughter Steers, 34-6 Disposing of another high-ranked state power, the Mustangs ground to an i810 first half lead, scoring every time they got cool oft after the intermission to stomp fumblesfgobblecl up by alert Ponies, cost opportunities, as the Bulldogs received the the ball and didn"t Stamford, 32-O. Four Stamford its scoring only defeat on their way to the AA state championship. James Parker, Eddie Scott, J. T. Lambert, and John Bryant all rushed over for scores, while a completed the point making. Bryant to Jackie Fielder pass Although scored on for the first time since the Breckenridge atrocity, the Mustangs continued merrily along the victory trail witl' a 34-6 verdict over the outclassed Big Spring Steers. Sparked by John Bryant's 75-yard punt return, the Ponies scored in every perioc to completely rout the Steers, whose only glory came on an 80-yard punt return with less than one minute left. Jimmy Watson . . . iunior Don Ely . . . iunior . . . end. Wayne Witt . . iunior . . Jay Knox . . . guard . . .' . . he-lfback. halfback. junior. ,- --t. .4 V ....i Q .3 -- . .,... ...,. . , t 232 My ft A A as 'J . t Y r' , .-'- I Q X mm ' A , I km qi' A 'F '43 if - al P A mana I dim., I, iw aw """" .sv ,..' -':'-' :' " ' ' ' ..,, J """ ' wif ,ff R 104 . , -IIQ ig, J ei :I --,v W 5 .. .eQgt,r5tr' f ,K X 1- .. jx - ..,,- A V - is 'a s si - -Y ff: .,.... V - , s "ar: .1 ' . s If Q, Y g,,g,f,m,,A ew s 4,. .,,.4w-e-mm . te. around end, a block to gain victory over Snyder's keyed up Tigers. in the of Eugene ies ground Graham, 42-7 their final contest before starting district warfare as a warm- o to display their various talents, the Mustangs starnpecled over raham's hapless Steers, 42-7, rolling up 528 yards. Eddie Scott had field day, scoring 20 points on runs of 45, 87, and 52 yards, but 'as not the whole show, as James Parker, Ardis Gaither, and 3. T. rnlaert also rolled through tremendous holes for great chunks of rdage. Parker, Gaither, and Lambert all ioined the scoring parade as te Ponies accumlated AT6 yards rushing and H2 passing. Jarvis Hayes, at Fraley, Bev Herndon, Don Bishop, and Jackie Fielder led the efensive line's outstanding showing, when the second unit wasn't 1 action. Z Don Cowan . . . iunior . . . center Floyd Woods . tackle. .v Twig iv Aga, ie-stan Q1 ,it,, . .A , I . ,,,. " 2 V66 qw .iff x A . i Sweetwater takes Tigers, 27-20 An electrifying last-minute fourth down touchdown pass from John Bryant to Pat Fraley, Sweetwater's only completion, eased the Mustangs past 5nyder's tired-up Bengal s, 27-20, and on toward their second con- secutive district title. After leading since early in the second quarter, the Ponies suddenly found themselves in trouble when Snyder's 56-yard touchdown drive brought the Bengals within one point of the valiant Ponies. The Ponies' forward wall rose to the occasion, stopping a line plunge for the needed two points, but an offside penalty was called. With only one yard needed, the Bengals easily plunged over to take the lead for the first time. Stunned silence engulfed the stands as the two teams exchanged punts. Then came the final desperation drive featuring James Parker and Eddie Scott. Bryant and Fraley crowned it with the Frank Merriwell pass play. . . . Twist Tornadoes, 26-O Opening the district campaign the Mustangs methodically ground out a rugged 26-0 victory over a fighting, but outmanned Lamesa eleven. Containing all-stater James Parker, the Golden Tornado line was unable to cope with John Bryant and Ardis Gaither's passes and Eddie Scott's end sweeps, Carrol Feagan, Billy Belew, Sonny Armstrong, and Bev Herndon effectively bottled up l.amesa's attack. Bryant sneaked the final yard in the Mustangs' initial scoring drive, white Gaither tossed 23 yards to Jackie Fielder for the second six pointer with Parker smashing for two points. in the third quarter Bryant passed three yards to Scott for the third touchdown and then took a lateral from Parker 26 yards for the final score. sophomore . . Ronnie Cox . . . sophomore . . halfback. .se i '3 . , W sg. if sv Q . ,Q S P ...ia ,,,.. ..... ...... . . . f"N""" be "' -li 152 ' " . . , ,. :,, ...E-ei...-. 1 ,. '- gi - - --wt V' -1 ,.., :s as--g if 3. i ,,,, A ' ' ' irf,'?5'5i, . V jfj:5zgf,:,.... slit ' c 'K ,te . katie - ' f ..., -1-1.2 .-fi", 1 S, ' . . 1 ix 'muff' ' 4 as XF N i gh: . Q 0 0 Fum over s kwin, ed Littlefield Taking time out from district play for one final non- district foe, the Mustangs seemingly took time out from playing football as they barely 30-26 fumble-plagued decision over Littlefield's spirited Wiid- cats, Losing seven of nine fumbles, the Ponies watched rf sigh their seemingly unsurmountable 30-6 the opportunistic Wildcats' reientless kicker penalty gave the Mustangs a managed to eke out a lead melt away under attack. A roughing-the chance to run out the clock, protecting their precarious lead. Once again the scoring was passed around with James Parker, John Bryant, Eddie Scott, Jackie Fielder, and Pat Fraley all getting into the act. Ti-iAT'S ALL, FCLKS-After catching a pass, a Littlefield end gets his corneuppance from Ardis Gaither C443 and John Bryant Cl6D as Eugene Creech C521 closes in to offer further aid in the Mustangs' 30-26 triumph over a stubborn gang Blast hapless Chiefs, 53-I2 Reversing the furnbiitis outbreak of the previous week, the Mustangs setting up a score with a pass interception, and gaining l88 yarr converted two fumbles and a blocked punt for three touchdowns and on the ground, Jarvis Hayes muscled in on the glory-setting up tw continued on their merry way for a 53-12 verdict over l.akeview's touchdowns by blocking a punt and recovering a fumble deep in Chit fighting, but outclassed, Chiefs. Except tor a brief flurry in the second quarter when Lakeview used a surprising s never in the game. James Parker proved scoring four touchdowns and five extra points, STAMPEDED PONYQA herd of Big Spring Steers smother an unidentified Mustang ball carrier. Jarvis Hayes C655 comes in too late to offer assistance, but this was one of the few times the Ponies were late in their 34-6 shellacking of the helpless Steers. l06 territory. Sophomore Ronnie Cox also made his presence felt wit 4 .1 1-'rr i ii. i- ii ii... .- . Fl sSt il Ponies ash Wolves, 68-O Rolling up their highest point and yardage totals for the year, the Mustangs slaughtered the Colorado City Wolves,68-0, as even the id and third elevens ran at will against Cititansidilapidated defenses. Eddie Scott led rout with tour six-pointers but had much from Don Ely, Buford Patterson, Jimmy Ronnie Cox, Carrol Feagan, John Bryant, and James Parker, all of whom joined in the scoring parade. Stout defensive play limited the Wolves to two first downs and 42 yards rushing as the Mustangs prepared for their "dream game" with Breckenridge. ECONO VERSE-For the second time, Breckenridge faced the Ponies and applied any inishing touches needed as Jerry Gibson fades to pass to Joe Ed Pesch M21 while trdis Gaither enters the picture too late to stop disaster. Bucks 'brake' Ponies again, I6-l History repeated itself when the Breckenridge Buckaroos stormed into Mustangs' championship dreams, but not before the Mustangs proved themselves to be of championship caliber, Pat Fraley recovered a fumble provoked by one of Ardis Gaither's bone-cracking tackles tofset up a Pony score early in the second period with James Parker going the final two yards. Breckenridge evened it up on a freak pass completion which two Mustang backs had apparently intercepted only to deflect the ball into a Buck's hands. Late in the third period Breck took over on its own 45 and drove to the winning touchdown. The second pair of extra points provided the winning margin after the Mustangs surged back for a final eight points scored by battering ram Parker. The last tvvo Buckaroo points cost the Ponies the game,k and probably the dreamed-of state championship to which Breckenridge breezed after the bi-district tilt. it ia w,r,,s.f FRUSTRATED-Eddie Scott typlfies the frustration felt all night by Pony ball carries as he collides with a Breckenridge defender. Don Bishop 185D comes up helpiessly too late to aid the ball carrier as the Ponies' bivdistrict hope dies, I6-14. l07 J I I 1 4 I' 1 I 'B' teamers work for future EW VARSITY HOPEFULS-Gaining skill and experience while dupli Homer Siancling are Paf Wilson Wendell Whittington Rumaldo caring the varsiiy's district record of 5 wins and 3 losses epe a oe ar are these "B" learners, Kneeling, from left are Joe Gerald Martin Crissup who loined The squad later in the season Tony Hayley, Larry Durham, George Epperson and Mickey IS not pictured -wwf! Carrol Feagan, speedy iunlor guard, scored 211 points with a disirict average of 10.5. Carrol's all-out hustle and fine team spirit, as well as a jump shot which he hit with uncanny accuracy, were valuable to the Team. wb. 13.2 95 r DOES HE HAVE lT?-This seems to be the thought in Buford PBHEVSOHIS mind, iudging from the expression on his face, as Don Ely extends his lengthy frame above two Abilene players. Patterson f38l and Billy Belew C39J begin to maneuver into position for a pass from Ely CSU. assmen lead Mustang cagers Wayne guard, did not break the first Snyder game, although he starting lineup seen plenty of action in the early part of the season. Wit being a iunior, is expected to star for the Ponies next yea His fine defensive ability was the chief asset to the tear Billy sophomore on the starting five, in lo! the Mustangs this year. Although started uncertain and awkward, he offensive star before 12.4 points per POPS THE NET-Wayne flips in a painless lump r the corner. Lakeview's i351 tries to block the shot as ix Keel KSU watches Vi the this Cafe H3 rackst msh sec 0' N if 5 5 ll vi to Tig .-T: 1 .:gg:g - l in Sweetwatefs history, r hard to win second in y Led bv tri-captains John Bryant, Billy Herron, the cincler pounders weightmen of Sweetwater High School completed in track meets before the big one-district-held at ter for the first time on a new ilSl5,000 track. with his lDocl Sims, to last year's track team, the i959 Mustangs depth in every event from the 100-yard dash to vault. Such fine sprinters as Jimmy Watson, Ensley, and Earl Collins were returning lettermen last year's team, Talented newcomers were Ronnie Charles Burnett, and Royce Jones. Distance men were Sims, Billy Herron, Denver Price, Joe Clark, John Frank Healer, and Billy Conway. Billy Belew, A Woods, Roy Price, and Frank Bouchett paced the W men. , . , D, dh X el-, V' 1,5 i,"?51!r2f": A Aix? 5 gil 'Wai f W ' ' a"'7s:' . , Ai' 74" 7 4 'jg kv r l'r' ,. 1 it F 'K t 3 .. K F r 'iv ' ffm: ,, ef, M W y , " X , A s 'i f A " . . . GOOD FOR 45 FEET," hopes Floyd Woods, sophomore weightman, as he prepares to put the shot. Looking on with expressions of interest Q.?,,1q'4 are, from left, Roy Price, Martin Crissup, and Billy Belew. All of the W boys are sophomores. I ' 54 ' . WA CLEARING THE RAILS-Under the critical eye of track coach Barrera, center, and Charles Burnett prepare for the district Melvin Robertson, sophomore Ronnie Turnbow, left, Robert track meet at Sweetwater SPEED'S THE THING-To these sprinters who made up this year's 440-yard relay team, speed was the thing. Following in the footsteps of their swift predecessors, who finished second in district last year, are from the bottom, juniors Earl Collins, Jackie Ensley, and Jimmy. Watson, and sophomore igg13,ni3,COX-. 'Al .Mau , ij V l rength 'QQ . aigsi: Egg 'M ,F ' I H ,,"',Li:!k er iii 2 .X ....., F X , 5 v.i,,,.M, ff' r riiigf 'aku Q24 at ff ,ff .,.. .. ,, 1 Ai ,tt A 1 ,. wif? . . X f x ,pg X -A ft K f tl tj, " T THE SKY IS THE LIMIT-For these four pole vaulters, the sky the limit. Looking forward to making that ll-foot mark are, From Larry Durham, Mickey Horner, Joe Gerald, and Frank Bouchett. All are sophomores except Frank, a senior. TRACK MANAGER-Royce Bonner, appointed track manager by cinder Coach Melvin Robertson, performed any iob, pertaining to track, requested by either coach Robertson or members of the team. ,L sa ' ..-Q1 9 Q all , , R .nv a long way around the oval. From left, are John Bryant, sophomores Ronnie Turnbow and Burnett, and iunior Jackie Ensley. -H5 1, . Volleyballers practice hard Sw Under Mrs. Florence Sparkman, the volleyball teen eetwater High School have compiled the be records ot any SHS athletic team in the la Winning the district crown four out of tn years, this year's team was one of the stronge fielded. Led by co-captains Betty Burrows and Barbai Storrs, the girls proved to be strong contenders tc the district crown. and finished second. VOLLEYBALL SCHEDULE Abilene, Here Colorado City, There Big Spring Tournament, There Lamesa, Here San Angelo, Here 26-28 March March 9 March 12 March 17 March 19-21 March 24 March 26 Snyder, There Abilene, There Colorado City, Here Lamesa Tournament, There Lamesa, There Snyder, Here by members of the 1958-59 volleyball team to lead them the season are co-captains Betty Burrows, left, and Barbara standing with their coach! Mrs. Florence Sparkman, center. W A R M U P SESSION - Going .through a pre-game warmup session are varsity members of the girls volleyball team. Start- ing with number 12, Vonzell Henington, and to the right, are Vonzell, Sue Thompson, Shirley Prevvitt, Barbara Storrs, Betty McDonell, and Darlene Greer. 116 .-1...-situ,-....u. 4. 4 4 - ' 9- Y.,-JV' record ...continue outstandin FUTURE MUSTANGETTES-By participating in practice sessions with the varsity and playing games wifh other cities' "B" reams, these varsity hopefuls gained valuable experience and skill. From left are Mary Ann Hunt, Darlene Gunn, Betty Park, Imogene Romine, Linda Bevel, Sylvia Miller, Barbara Freeman, and Patsy Blailock. The "B" feamers compiled a good record during the season. TEN These varsity volleyballers practice daily in preparation the dislrict race, Kneeling from left are Darlene Greer, Betty Hennington, Darlene Gunn, and Sue Thompson. wvikv 1 . Blailock, Barbara Ste-rrs,YMary Ann Hunt, Shirley The girls were defeated only by 'Ulu aff' . ...u-.. eak par par tournaments baffle at letfermen were Don Bushop, ' "lkatz N . ,KLM Q f 55:35:42 gg 'ff 4 4 f , , ii-3 ff 3 .iw-SQ, fw- 'W ,aw-as stance OU rsify -War uv 2? 2 rx C - 3' V 's 3 1 A 'e Qu , -Y' .mmf Since 1929 Newman High Schoo students have been receiving theil insTrucTions in The "three R's" in The big red-brick building on The eas' end of The campus. Besides its 2C classrooms, library, reading room and study hall, The oldest structure on The campus also houses The print cipal and vice-principal's offices, a s T u d e n T room, cusTodian's office boiler room, auditorium, audio-visua room, and choir hall. Aspiring industrialists receive Thei start in The Vocational Building, New man High's newest edifice. A mod ern cafeteria, offices, Trophy cases and maintenance rooms are include: along with the field house, metal shop, woodworking room, Vocation al Agriculture instruction class, an: homemaking department. Additions improve campus. . As p a rt of the 563,841 :uilding program under- aken at Newman High dur- hg last summer, Mustang Bowl, home ot our district ootball champions, received I new press box, rest rooms, and concession stands. North it the bowl is the cinder rack, also new, which allow- ad SHS to host the district rack meet for the first time. he additions marked the tirst iaior improvements to one of ie tew natural bowls in SXGS. Thump, thumps of many isketballs and volleyballs ive echoed from the gym- isium this year, as the cag- s and volleyballers have acticed and played their :mes inside its hallowed alls. Boys and girls have ls o strengthened th e i r :dies and enriched their aracters during their phys- il education classes here. r Yucca queen also re- mbers the "gym" as the ene of her coronation. ft ss- . ..u....,,Muuxx11fFE' Flanking the northwestern side ot the SHS campus, the band hall provides a home of instruction tor many tine music students who pass through the school every year. With rehearsal rooms, equipment storage rooms, and the director's ottice, the band hall contains many 'fond memories tor the "Big Red Mus- tang Band" members. i23 Putting life into our special events and special interests this year have been spe- cial people-our teachers, administrators, friends, and the lextra-special teenagers" These are the ones who have praised in our achievements, cheered in our glad- ness, counseled in our need, and con- soled in our sorrow. It is with these folks that we have attended classes, cheered at sports contests, chatted at the drug store, visited at home, and gone to the show. We have joined these people in wor- ship, work, and warm-hearted fellow- ship. It is these special people who have led us and gone with us as we traveled " . . . onward, upward, ever forward . ." along the road of study, play, and work to our eventual goal-success in the game of life. 'yn- L O Special people Special people 5-a,,,.,-f-1 g,,..af-"W 3: 1 'H ' 156 wx' ration 132 i Superintendent South guides, improves schools Completes seventh year as chief executive ln his seventh year as Superintendent of Sweet- water Public Schools, Olaf G. South has con- tinued his progressive policy aimed at making our school system one of the finest in Texas. The Hale-Aiken report to the Texas Legislature contained only a few minor recommendations which Mr. South's progressive program had not already installed into the Sweetwater curriculum. His work doesn't end when his office closes, since the superintendent's quick wit and ora- torical abilities have established him as one ot the city's leading public speakers. He also works diligently in civic and religious organizations. "LEISURE TIME AT LAST," smiles Mrs, Olaf G. South as she finally gets her busy husband home for a few moments of reading and relaxation. ' "fit- Board members strive to meet school needs HEAD MAN-Again serving as president of the Board this year was Wade Forester, who led the Board in appropriating 563,841 for improve- ments in SHS. POLICY MAKERS-Busy making school policy are members of the Board of Education. Seated from left are Dr. June Young, C. E. Lambert, Superintendent Olaf South, Wade Forester, and Hudson Lincoln. Standing are J. M. Lawrence, Kirby Kinsey, and Dr. A. N. Densmore. seven seek to prove voters rights.. Seven civic-minded Sweetwater citizens devote one night each month to serving without pay on the Board c' Education. All expenditures and new laws must be passed by this board. The Board must okay all policies affecting the schools. l29 Principal John White guides SHS teachers, students ...Serves for fifth year John White began his fifth year at Newman High this year, continuing his progressive ideas and his friendly, congenial manner which have made him popular with faculty, students, and citizens. Besidesshis effective work in heading the SHS adminis- i tration, Mr. White also found time to serve as president ofthe local Lions Club and be active in his church and other civic affairs. "WHAT'S NEXT?" wonders John White as takes time out from his duties at SHS enjoy a night of televiewing. Assistants ease strain of office activity SERVICE WITH A SMILE-Typing transcripts and reports, answering questions, making change, or A .l1.g3 y,u, Mrs. Bill Brown, secretary to the brincipal, serves students, teachers, and administra- zors, alike, with the same friendly secretarial nffinin-nnv Publications director aids principal.. Church, civic, and classroom leader . . . all These titles apply to Ben Brock, hard-working SHS assistant principal, publications director, church deacon, Sunday School super- intendent, and Rotarian. Mr. Brock's humor and personableness have earned him the respect and friendship of many students and teachers. The busy young man has written professionally and has guided students in winning state and national publica- tions honors. 90 THEOLOGICAL TEACHERS-Bible teachers 1 seated from left, C. A. Holcomb, Preston Barr E, A. Sageloiel, Charley Harnest, and Dw Evans. Standing are Don Reed, Dr. LeRay Fow Matthew Powers, and Jack Fielder. Ministers help 'make' extra-special students Believing religion makes a well-rounded lite, Newman High School Otters students an opportunity to receive Bible instruction each Wednesday a?ter- noon. Each student may take Bible trom the minister of his choice or attend Bible study hall. One-halt credit each term is given each student successfully passing the Bible course whose curricu'um and tests are left to the discretion of the ministers. SHS instructors assist with the classes, handling any disciplin- ary problems and tiguring grades. J A-Vi' RELIGIOUS TUTORS-Helping instruct SHSers bout Biblical teaching are from left, Lenard Harley, Mrs. John Anz, and Avery Sullivan. . , - , V , , ,, M , . WMM 4.4. .. M,MW..gQm..W,...m,v AMW ., f.M.....,,..,,. .,,MWW.uw.-,.,,,N,A1l,..... , Students find language study H 9 , I 1 Garland Vinson's first , are Carolyn T Vinson and Judy Bowen T intriguing . . . Life is comprised of thinking, communicating one" thoughts to others, and appreciating the ideas ant ideals of people of all eras, creeds, and races. i Developing these abilities in our students is th: goal of the SHS language department. Besides study ing the mechanics of our language, students also learr to appreciate the literature of our nation and of others Two years of Spanish are offered to acquaint stu- dents with the culture and language of our Latin American neighbors. After learning to use our language and studying such eminent writers as Shakespeare and Spencer, we are better prepared to walk into the adult worlc and make the best possible use of our talents tc help society and elevate ourselves. SPANISH SOUNDS-Learning year to appreciate our Latin-American neighbors, Mrs. Spanish class listens to Spanish records. Seated aylor, Nelson Geron, and Gary Bailey. Standing are Mrs. fi . S 31:4 zlifiwltgib 3' : S A i "9 Q ff'-A N J' eh ., 1,5 A E it A. - at '- . 1 . ' - . ll '- - 1 magma w s: vi - . . it . ..... . . ...we GJ Mrs. E. J. Yates . . . M.A., Hardin45ir'nrnOnS Bill Brown . . . B. A., Baylor University . . . Mrs. Garland Vinson . . . B, A University . . . teaches English . . . sponsors teaches English . . . coaches tennis and is University . . Y teaches and Ready Writing, Extemporaneous Speaking and Sophomore Class sponsor . . . hobbies are . . . sponsors Senior and Con-N Senior Class . . . likes reading, sewing. tennis, fishing, and reading. quistadores . fT1USiC an tg X f an as W T . -:': -:- X' ' X .. , A ,.,. N ,I . I. Q, f .J r AW W X fr' M ' 4 'e 133,35 1 I , 'I 'R-.sim ' t WW I Lia. j ,af H Miss Laura Sheridan . . . . teaches English . Junior Class sponsor . . likes gardening. l34 . . M. ED., McMurry DEDICATED DEBATERSePutting their English study to good use, members of . . FTA sponsor and the lnterscholastic League debate team prepare for one of their meets, Elizabeth Scobey, left, and Carolyn Petty take notes of Wayne True's speech while Mrs. J. W. Walston, sponsor, looks on. we J '. A 1 .1 .1 -- , 'fries-ffzvze-'7,.,. ' at . .. , .,., we s. ,f -- O' -l0lm50n - - - B-A-f BellWaV"Y Nalafene Mrs. J. W. Walston . . . BA., Hardin-Simmons Eugene Shirley . . .B.Nl., TGXBS WSSTSVH Uni ege . . . teaches American History . . . , , , World History instructress . , . sponsors versity . . . teaches choral music . .- nsors Junior Class . . . likes tennis Sophomore Class and Debate Club . . . sponsors SeniorClass...enioys recorded music pastime. likes golf. E. C. CPatJ Patterson . . . M.M., Vandercook College of Music . . . band director . . . likes model railroads as hobby. l l ZTRAACURRICULAR DUTIES-Taking tickets at football games is another duty eerfully done by SHS tutors. mes, tunes important ocial sciences offered at SHS give students an ortunity to learn of past happenings of the world :l to profit by experiences of others, American History, Texas History, and World History - included in the curriculum. Choir and band are ered to encourage students to develop their talents al to learn to appreciate music. O 0 0 ANOTHER DAY-Bright and early, an SHS teacher enters the halls for another long day devoted to teaching our students to be better citizens of tomorrow. GETTING THE ANGLE-J. G. Overton explains a problem to Dimple Lawrence, junior, as other members of the Plane Geometry class listen. I9""i-. Miss Marie Haney . . . B. L. S., Texas Womans University . . . librarian . . Library Club spon sor . . . likes fishing and records - -f ,fffha. W W+t , , i , lg in 5 ' 'A l "" YF' - -fum --M T 4 X pi, qi - Y Q Q fi- X T L i is l ai. A i, zlr Miss Joann Harriss . . . B. S., Daniel Baker J. G' Ovenon . I l 5- Av ACC , , , miath Mrs. W. E. Williams . . . B S Hardin im College . . . teaches speech, English . . . instructor . U . slide rule mam sponsor , , , University . . . teaches Algebra l 81 ll sponsors Curtain Club , , , hobby is writing. likes Tennis, gardening' sponsors number sense . favorite past: stHl essential .. ..3 R's Reading, writing, arithmetic, and speaking . . . the of our work was made more interesting and easier the help of iovial, but dedicated instructors. Arithmetic speech helped us ready ourselves to work problems meat with and and communicate intelligently. The library was an invaluable aid in finding reference materials, books for assignments, or iust for relaxation and enioyment. reading and sewing. ..-q TAFON SUBSTITUTE-Saving the school some money and losing a 'few pounds, E. C. fPatJ Patterson takes time to line the practice I36 field before his band practices. Vocadonahnnnded students prepare for future .. . Students not planning to attend college are prepared for adult life through learning a trade in the vocational department, Agriculture, machine work, and woodwork are taught stu- denis, while many others take advantage of on-the-job training offered by the Industrial Cooperative Training classes. AGRICULTURE AMIABILITIES-Discussing the FFA, Eugene Creech, president, seeks advice from Frank Davis, sponsor, while James Thomas and Thurman Hayes reap the information to be used in their farming work. it . fi '-', . .- Q " V 5 ' r a. ,, f .fe-'eaettff is T 'ss use nf, . ' Qi. J-C11 , Q 4 ff Y k s if 'M-rsvp-will Q ,Mm Neil ..,- X, .' wiv gi X ':" , . Q, ff "N Y ,. its itri if t tt.- ii. T 3 1 riifiiitli W 'Eff s. N s ri'-i wzsfi v 'V sg :. .if'- f ' :rank Davis , , , B, A., Texas ALM . , , Raymond Hefner . . . B. S., Sul Ross State Ray Rushing . . . B.S., ACC . . . teaches 'eaches vocational agriculture . , . sponsors College . . . teaches Industrial Arts . . . General Metals . . . sponsors VIC, Chapter Il FFA and Junior class . . . likes hunting Senior Class sponsor.. . hobbies are wood- and Senior Class . . . likes fishing and and fishing. working and livestock. water sports. T 'Q HY ' 1 J! xi 5 .4 g al f V! ...OAK BRIGHT FUTURES loom for Donald Brown and Jackie Neeper as they study the use of one of the many intricate machines in the General Metals Shop. teaches lndustrial Cooperative Training . . . sponsors VIC, Chapter XI and Senior Class . . . likes tennis as a pastime. ,, , Students find value in keeping physically Preparing boys as useful citizens was the iob so ably accornphshed by our phys.caI edu- cation department. Boys learn the finer ideals of life . . . sportsmanslmp, virtue, temperance . . . as well as becoming physically fit. Athletic teams help the boys learn the value of friendly competition, co-ordination, and team work. , .l,...,gA..,,,,Q Y.Y-,....-...-. .... Y W , LPS: Y sig ., 1 .- f ,, 1 f ' ", Q Q -fi: Us xi N: 3 , g a ,W ,' at if ,.iS.f.,.'f-wfe J M :wen-'1't-'.-Qt' 'J' J' -P' -ra ' . ,min-,., ,N ,,.,Jr.g , . uw' ""3.-5,-.aw V-' .1 wwf-f.1,Q - frm . Billy Willingham . . . B. S., TCU . . . teaches SEDT . . . football line coach . . . likes golf, which he coaches. i E es. i BOOK WEEK was enlivenecl by a trip to the library where Miss Marie Haney gave a spine-tingling review. Book markers and literature showed us the many resources available in our own school. fl "Q "t'a , , Savage . . . B. S., North Texas State teaches biology . . . basketball coach sponsors Sophomore Class . . . fishing and golf favorite pastimes. Billy iii. 4 is 'WESFSQKYXZ 'N 5 ' , 21:2-it-:gags 42513.53 f 9 Q137"':'gz , N , I iv.. 2 1 'seg 4 - .,.. 9 'E I ?'5t:it5'f Y "fir 23 - 7. AMN fe 'slew t xqffQw ., ,A 5, , tu 3 3 I as gr' me ':1:.- , ., me .. . ,Q Q, V .nw-: ' -. , .f:1., L. .--his N H255 29,5 X2 sf' Y? 3 2 .A Q r ,,.,y ali ga ., , V ,K 21 H ggi. xiii . 2,5 K ff ' 751:-f'.,'g 1 " - tri' 'l" 1 . it ,lliii , I sith-,,. . ,A ,ry .,,, . M. it at rf s T is A Q Q r. 4, 2 if ,526 A -I- 5'-'EI f W., bw ' ' . M . B. S., West Texas Melvin Robertson . . State . . . biology instructor . . . sponsors Sophomore Class . . . backfield grid coach . . . track tutor . . . likes fishing and collect- ing grid information. i l ! , my . xi? 5 L, . gf . 5, s-PQQ. , wi . , ff i t Q '-my , 'tae X 'gate MEX 5, ff! ' ' R M11 f . .N ,gf ,f c xr I l 8 silk -M - . I "DON'T HIT A VElN," cautions Melvin Robertson as Pat Turner and Jerry Davis cut Elwood Turner . . . B, S., TCU . . . teaches up a frog, while Diane Allen, Lenora McCullough and Nancy Bromley witness the civics and economics . . . athletic director scene with feminine trepidation and horror. Eduardo Olvera studies part of the frog and head football coach . . . sponsors Senior in a microsgopel Class . . . fishing favorite pastime. 138 :-. XM N. - . -.2 , , '. X I Q-Wa. , t' ' -. f S .,,. . Q Kg ,I -'ff 1 K .nw .V - 1 ...fa T L, fa i . Roberta Elliott . . . M. S., ETSTC . . . Mrs. Phil Sparkman . . . A. B., Baylor Uni- Miss Louise Bollinger , . . B. S., Texas Tech :hes typing, Texas History, Commercial Law versitv . . . girls, P. E. history instructor . . ' . . . Homemaking instructress . . . FHA . sponsors Junior Class, UIL typing . . . girls, volleyball coach . . . sponsors Girls chapter advisor . . . sewing and reading by is fishing. Sports Club and Junior Class . . . golf and favorite pastimes. gardening hobbies. "'r"" SHS lassies prepared for 'woman's world' WM, M .W W.. ,..,-0.-y Girls' futures are not neglected at SHS, where homemaking and Secretarial Training courses prepare the "weaker sex" for their place in the adult stream of life. Efficiency, neatness, and a sense of accomplishment are given each girl as she finishes the different tasks to which she is assigned. "MAKE lT STRAIGHT"-Fixing one of the many proiects assigned in the home- making courses, Lincla Coplen and Martha Azios sew on skirts while Miss Bollinger keeps a watchful eye on the proceedings. Q , ,ft f ,f-sf' t F . A, L42 'rf-Q-...ss ,4 .gi ...I V, .. Q ' ., ' fl ' in ' ' X ' aids 'X - t ' 'S' if ,Y , 3. a t ,. " I ' , 1 , - "a Q '!',1,,g Mrs. Charles Nunn . . . M.A., Hardin-Simmons . . . teaches Secretarial Training and bockkeep- TNTDNST' ing . . . sponsors Senior Class and UIL short- "GET SET, GO," says Mrs. Charles Nunn as she administers one of the familiar hand . . . likes sewing, gardening and time tests to J Yancey Jones, and Mary Stewart, "ham" radio. I -was-u S Sers prepared ' fo today's world . . . X K Q N.,.,,,.w it :' 0 Q fb 7Xrtifi' olar sat i s . . . rockets to the moon . . . e . . iet airliners . . . many dva e en in the scientific fields this year. ginn h the General Science offered in iunior high, students may progress through biology, chemistry, and physics until they are ready for specialized college courses where they will learn the techniques necessary to help keep the United States COUNCIL COUNSELING . . . P. H. Buster spent many hours helping Jerry Miller, Student Council president, and others ma e our Council proficient and active. j apace with the times. .431 "WHAT ABOUT THIS," queries Ben Brock as he shows Robbie Palmer and Trent Butler an idea for the Yucca. 'inf ff? f...,,,,,,., P. H. Buster . . . M. Ed., Hardin-Simmons Ben B"0Ck - - - M- Ed-1 U"'lVe"5llY of Texas J. W. Halbert . . . M. S., Oklahoma State . . University , . . Supervisor and counselor . . . - - - assistant Pflmflpalf l0Umall5mf dlfecfol' teaches chemistry and physics . . . sponsor teaches algebra . . .Student Council sponsor of PUlOl3CGTlO"'S - - - favorite P6Sll'T'e Y0Ufh Junior Class . . . favorite pastime gardeningQ . likes woodworking, fishing, and gardening. and 'ell9l0l-'S Work- S Class s an 'Tb "Your senior year is one that you will never forget." That is what we, the T959 Senior Class ot Newman High listened to for three long years . . . We know now that no truer words were ever spoken. The years at Newman High have been fun, and it is hard to leave. There were times when we felt that we might not make it, but now that we have, we realize with a sudden start that we won't be coming back next year. We had our parties, banquets, football games, where we cheered the boys on to a dis- trict victory, and many more things that we will look back on as we go through lite to make our own way in the world. Our senior year we will not forget. The 142 X1 teachers we once felt were all against us now seem t be pretty good people after all. Next year when we come back tor the homecoming the alma mater we once sang just because we had t will have a special meaning. We will remember whe we met in the study hall at the end ot our iunior yea to elect class officers. We chose Bill England as on president, Barton Williams, vice-president, Bonnie Tinslei secretary-treasurer, and Doloras Teatt, reporter. Yes, f we go on in lite we'll look back and realize that on senior year was one full ot fun and memories. I Q 5 .,, .. Q 3 -I 4if""'-I , W Q K Fl. . is 1212- V A':'Ei' X Ai' 'K Q X xx E QQ? L nm fl 3 s L fy W ,rg ,.. is Q' 1 xi? ' 4 Ei ' x A9522 L ' Wx' LEW f 2 Q H 1, . .1 L rw 'vp if .3 L , Sk N Q M: .1 if .1-jzfug. .A lc, as a3hgf.'i Haig gi - 3 5 A ,ff- L A , - ., ' ' " T?-1 fl dm Q - gig: - K is SL, .JW A frm 'six fr f ,A Sai 1 rims? zvzapzrh , --fs s 'VNx,gUvL,u,gL, X 1.411-bvlqi-A DONELLA ALLEN SONNY ARMSTRONG MARTHA AZIOS LARRY BARNHILL Over l3O seniors roam Mustang halls. . . -alle BARNWELL DON BISHOP FRANK BOUCHETT EILEEN BRADLEY x..fl,NUl n P, N ,vgAxv9Jq:ad MIKE BROMLEY 5 off "HAVEN'T LEARNED YET?" smiles Ardis Gaither, watching Doloras Teaff still having fo perform her weekly locker clean-up after fovr years of high school life. NA L l43 5 'N--Ly JOYCE BROWN JOHN BRYANT ti ,egg A ONE LAST FLING - Eddie seen, Eileen Bradley, Nancy Bromley, I if and Barton Williams get "Ole Yeller" ready for final excursion S on The lake before returning to Newman High for 1heir last year. 4 ,W - ,X K ,, :.. , Q, , I e jf f L ,f-r , ,i.: r 1 Q r 1 . ,.,.. . JIMMIE BURKE BILLY BURKLOW Seniors commended for good leadership. . . 445 we , , . 'X ,N vcJw'1!NjJ, 55' BETTY BURRGWS TRENT BUTLER ROY CALDWELL CAROLE CARTER u CLIFTON CARTER LESTER CAVITT JACK CHOATE YN COMOLLI I LESLIE COTHRON CARL COWAN : I , IQQV I 'I g L L BARBARA CRAIG NANCY CRAVER EUGENE CREECH . . .After-school fellowship refreshing. . . 1- TOM CRISMAN lux? MARGARET CROAN EARLINE CRITZ POWER IN NUMBERS-Getting together to attack the books, Patty Miller, Jackie Fielder, Don Bishop, and Carolyn Comolli prepare for their classes where the more serious side of senior life occurs. lf ,pf we Q f l ,iff 1 I Q ,W as ..'- ' A mm ' Q fe, BETTY DAVIS FRANCES DAVIS PAUL DeBUSK wnwmwew l ,Mums 'r'1!"' fha + CONNLE DooLEY JOHN DURKEE PAULINE DURON GLENDA ELLIOTT Burning midnight oil often necessary. . . LAST GO-AROUND - With three years experience behind them, Wendell Whittenburg and Carl Cowan find they still have to "cram" in preparation for final tests prior to graduation. al, Ea BILL ENGLAND ' ' NNmcmJL,l,Q.cl, -'QP sf 52 is if P3 . .,, fi "" L, ml it M -,rms Y MIKE EVERTS Q91g:l,'QZ', 4 + Y 'HEL iz: vii, 25" . iz. . "Ya ., L3 4 'Rm We i , ' 35 L ft' 1 JACKIE FIELDER . I at 3 , N xi Q' X Sq- Q J N' g Marsh X " Q gm Q ' .- R' rl Ia, ' K s 5 e 213 if fjiig, ip' 5 ' fs 5 A23 X BOO FOX NX!!-" .d"b BOOSTING SCHOOL SPIRIT is another job in which seniors lead rhe way, Mike Everts, Cay McCorkle, Bonnie Tinsley, and Pat Fraley discover as they stick up posters for the football games. PAT FRALEY Extras add to seniors final year. . . LAVAUGHN FREEMAN , ARDIS GAITHER JOY GARDNER MARY GAUSE X'W'LCwuxQO.f:L DARLA GEE DEWEY GENT GAYLE GREEN DARLENE GREER 147 -Q-. fs -'vi' KJIQW l,Cg ' CIIU MORRIS HARDIN PHILIP HARDIN MEI. HARP BETTY HARRIS DA I sf af ,I , , ,rf 'Q-X"" ite if JARVIS HAYES VONZELL HENINGTON Publications keep students busy., . BILLY HERRON I -ar , are me ' ,fgxsv I BOBBY HENSON sf ' I I2 4 az B" if A A ' tz aim I48TRUEITT HICKS JUDY HOLBERT EXPRESS ENTHUSIASTS - Distributing the Pony Express, bi- weekly newspaper, Betty McDoneII and Edyth Perryman use their final year To have fun and gain good writing experience. w.s.....Js-.- EVERY MINUTE COUNTS - Using the last minute before the boll is one more senior trick. Charles Nations and Wayland Smith study "one more formula" while J. G. Overton, mathe professor, Urges them to go in and let him start the test. matics JOYCE HOLLOWAY K A Mvvfooqgx YANCEY JONES STANLEY JOHNSON . . .Seniors take 'academics' seriously. . . -5? rllgggsl -V" T ew -easy V- V 522: Ckswgfg BILLNIE LOGSDON JAMES KASINGER J. T. LAMBERT BOBBY LANE BIT mi CAY LYNN MCCORKLE BlLLlE MCCORMICK BETTY MCDONELL I I S 319 I X x Kan E H NANCY,McGUIRE rg 'ms I x E 2 'EDWARD MARSHALL VW' few-QL STUFFIN' IT IN - James Parker shows the senior know-how in taking advantage of Twirp Week, while Donella AIIen dolefully looks on Thinking of her poor pockefbook. AN N ETTE MASSEY I . . .Recall memories of deflated purses. . . f ! I ff I I mi Il Lf f ,'-' QIZIERRY MILLERH PATTY MILLER CHARLES NATIONS N'fLf'w'x,Qo.fxM cv F , 5 'if I50 WAYLAND NEEPER THEARL NELSON MANNON NEWMAN FRANK ODOM Ji' LEE RAWLINGS X Tv! INIA PATTERSON EDYTH PERRYMAN EEEE EE F'-' 1V-- . V, , V. an , EEEEEE SANDRA PITTS JOYCE PORTER SHIRLEY PREWlTT 'Aching backs' fun for seniors. . . L12 1 waz GP' l W MARY AN N REAMS ,g JUST ONE MORE - Loaded with books and other necessary materials, Frank Bouchett, .Jerry Miller, and Jean Pace pause a moment and recollect past experiences before entering The halls of SHS for their final year of work, study, and play. 151 CAROLE RICHARDS JOHN RICHARDSON RAY RUSHING GEORGE SANDERS F-N mea In NEDRA SANDERS EDDIE SCOTT RONNIE SHEFFIELD JIMMY SHILLING Last-warmers remember special events. . . LESLEY SIMS 5 'diss lf 6, I52 JERRY STEVENSON SMITH BEAST OF BURDEN - Smllingly bearing the trouble and travail of Luggage Day, Yancey Jones accepts his "load" from Glenda EIlicttiAnnette Massey, and Neva Stone. MARY STEWART NEVA STONE "AREN'T THEY PRETTY?" asks Margaret Croan as she, Linda Barn- well, and Bobby Lane admire their senior rings after "the sl'1ir1ers" finally arrived early last fall. BARBARA STORRS DONNIE SUITT . , - 4 1 I34 seniors order class rings. . . VERA TALBOT CAROLYN TAYLOR JAMES TAYLOR ROBERT TAYLOR . A cpm L L ri, lr P- ' DOLORAS TEAFF SUE THOMPSON BONNIE TINSLEY STEVE TURPIN T53 PAT WAGGONER WENDELL WHITTENBURG JOHNNIE WILKERSON BARTON WILLIAMS X AN- ,, l ww' .IT E I wifi M aj' 'P V 'W LET gf f' maxi ,, ' . , I-,-:V ,. A JOHN WILLIAMSON MARTHA WILLOUGHBY . . .Await graduation, unknown future. . . 3 I I W if ,,., I OWEN WRIGHT fi. if: . E ,,,. RAUL YBARRA REFRESHING PAUSE -- Taking time out after selling advertisea ments and distributing Pony Expresses, Beffye Davis and Trueitt Hicks forget their tasks for a few minutes and enioy a drink. 154 finalist '58-59: Bowling league treasurer '57-58: Branding Iron ONELLA ALLEN-Student Council '55-'56: Choir '55-56: Sophomore lass favorite '56-57: Band '56-59: Sophomore Class vice-president '56-57: ,hoir operetta '56-57: Homecoming Queen finalist '57-59: FTA '57-59: Stage Band '57-59: Curtain Club '57-59: Yucca Queen '57-58: Junior Ilass princess '57-58: Who's Who '57-58: Band treasurer '57-58: Band Senate '57-59: Curtain Club secretary '58-59: Band Secretary '58-593 Iucca Business Manager '58-59. SONNY ARMSTRONG-Football '55-59: Basketball '55-56. INDA BARNWELL-Band '55-569 FTA '57-58: Curtain Club '56-581 ennis '56-57: New Year Girl nominee '58-59: New Year Girl honorable ention '58-59: D, A, R. history award '57-58: Senior duchess '58-59. Nho's Who Finalist '58-59. LARRY BARNHILL-FFA '55-59: ICT club '57-58. DON BISHOP-Football '55-59: Basketball '55-57: Yucca Staff sports :ditor '55-57: Pony Express co-sports editor '57-59: FTA '57-59: Golf 56-59: All-district football '57-58: Student Council alternate '55-56: gotary Student Guest '58-59: Branded senior '58-59: Honor Roll '55-59: utstandine Journalist '56-57: Mr. Mustang Finalist '58-59. Who's Who 1958-59. FRANK BOUCHETT--Basketball '58-59: UIL Extemporaneous speak- ing '58-59. Track '58-59. ILEEN BRADLEY-Curtain Club '55-599 Curtain Club Sweetheart '57-58: TA '57-59: FTA Treasurer '58-59: Band '55-59: Band senate '58-59: rum major '58-59: Debate '57-58: Yucca staff organizations editor 58-59: Branding Iron '58-595 Senior Play '58-59: Who's Who Finalist '58-59. MIKE BROMLEY-Tennis '55-59: Tennis team captain '58-59: President if Tennis Club '58-59. QANCY BROMLEY-Band '55-56: 'rwlrler '56-571 Tennis '56-59:-F1?slQ.'i?5'1459: Curtain Club '55-595 New Year.JGiI'1 nominee '55-58: General Metals sweetheart '57-58: Homecoming ,f-Queen finalist '56-57: Student :il '56-57. . DONALD BROWN-Vice-president"VIG '58-59. Coun- IOYCE BROWN-FTA '57-595, Curtain Club '56-591 Curtain Club vice- president '58-59: FHA '55-561. Tennis '55-56: Favorite finalist '58-59g Choir sweetheart '56-57: A Cappella Choir '56-58: Choir Council '57-58: Eroubadears '56-58: Curtain Club play '56-57: Who's Who '58-59: Senior 5 lay '58- 9. JOHN BRYANT-Student Council representative '56-59: Vice-president Etudent Council '58-59: Rotary Student Guest '58-59: Track TA '57-59: FTA reporter '58-59: Football '55-59: Sophomore '55-59: duke ln King of Hearts '56-57: Los Conquistadores '56-59: Pony Express '57-59: Co-sports editor Pony Express '58-59: Branded senior Who's Who Finalist '58-59. LIIMMIE BURKE-Bowling '57-59: Bowling team captain '58-59. '58-592 BILLY BURKLOWgBand Senate '58-592 Band DI'6SldEl'lt '58-593 All-regi0l'l Band '55-59: All-state Band '58-59: Stage Band '55-59. BETTY BURROWS-Volleyball '57-59: Pony Express '56-59: Co-advertising manager for Pony EXpress '57-58: Pony Express feature editor Girls' Sports Club '55-59: Girls' Sports Club secretary '56-58g '58-593 Girls' Sports Club vice-president '58-59: Best Girl Citizen '58-595 THSPA delegate '58-59: Branding Iron '58-59: UIL Number sense '56-57: Senior Class Favorite '58-59: UIL shorthand '58-59. HELEN BURNETT-C t' C1 1 , . - . , FHA 55-59. ur am ub 58 59, Girls Sports Club 58-59: TRENT BUTLER-Freshman football '55-56: Outstanding journalist '56-57: Curtain Club '56-59: Curtain Club play '56-591 UIL number Sense '56-59: UIL number sense district winner '57-58: UIL journalism '56-59: FTA '57-59: Co-editor Pony Express '57-58: THSPA delegate '56-58: Hohorary Lion '57-58: Rotary Student Guest '58-59: Boys' State '58-59: Associate editor Pony Express '58-59: Yucca Gloriosa Associate editor '58-59: Spanish Club reporter '57-59: National Merit Scholarship semi- 58-592 Who's Who finalist '57-59: Senior Play '59, ROY CALDWELL-A Cappella Choir '55-59: Choir Council '57-59: All- regiony Choir '57-59: Curtain Club '58-59: Curtain Club Play '58-591 STA District Mr. FTA '58-59: Honorary Lion '58-593 Senior ay - . CAROLE CARTER-A Cappella Choir '57-595 FTA '55-56: FHA '55-57. LESTER CAVITT-FFA '55-59: VIC '57-59. Senior D187 '58'59- FARMERS FAVORITE-Boo Fox, senior, receives her FFA sweetheart iaclret from Eugene Creech, chapter presideni, as Dalton Harvey looks on. KCYEIOATE-w-Iiiiatitkialll '55-56: Foioffgliall manager '57-58: Football head manager '58-59: PTA '57-59: Traeck manager '55-58: Basketball manager '55-56. CAROLYN COMOLLI-Band '55-56: Tennis '55-59: Curtain Club '55-593 FTA '57-59: New Year Girl runner-up '57-58: FFA Sweetheart '57-585 Who's Who '57-5822ZCurtain Club secretary '57-58: Homecoming queen finalist '57-58:' isa?3entqhCounci1 secretary-treasurer '58-59: Rotary Student Guest '58-595 VIC jswiaetheart '58-59: Homecoming Queen '58-59: UIL shorthand '58-595 Pony Express staff '57-595 Society Editor Express '58-59: Senior play '58-595'-Girls State '58-59. LESLIE- COTHRON-UIL slide rule '57-59. CARL COWAN-UIL spelling '55-56: Football '55-59: FTA '58-59: Student , Council '56-58: Yucca staff '56-585 THSPA delegate '56-58: Yucca Staff art editor '57-58. W l BARBARA CRAIG-Band '55-56: FHA '57-581 Spanish Club '56-57. l NANCY CRAVER-A Cappella Choir '55-58: Girls' Trio '57-58: Curtain Club '56-58: FTA '58-59. TOM CRISMAN-Transfer from Sundown. Band '58-59. EARLENE CRITZ-FHA '55-58: Volleyball '57-58: FHA unit secretary '57-58. MARGARET CROAN-Yucca staff '55-58: Student Council '56-58: THSPA delegate '56-57: FTA '57-595 FHA '57-59: Curtain Club '57-59: Yucca staff advertising manager '57-585 FHA vice-president '58-59. BETTYE JO DAVIS-Band '56-59: FTA '58-59: Cadet teacher '58-593 Pony Express staff '57-59: Pony Express co-advertising manager '58-59: THSPA award for ads '58-59. DANNY DANIEL-Football '55-573 Track '55-57. FRANCES DAVIS-FHA '55-58: Curtain Club '56-59: A Cappella Choir '56-58: Pony Express staff '57-58: FTA '57-59: THSPA delegate '57-58. PAUL DEBUSK-All-reaion Choir '58-59: FFA district talent show lst place '58-59. Semor play T 'sa-59. CONNIE DOOLEY-Band '55-59: All-region Band '56-59. JOHN DURKEE-Tennis '57-59: District tennis doubles '57-59. l55 PAULINE DURON-FHA '55-58: FTA '57-581 Spanish Club '55-58: Libraf! Club '55-57. GLENDA ELLIOTT-FHA '58-59: FTA '57-58: Pony Express staff '57-58. BILL ENGLAND-Band '55-59: Stage Band '55-59: Senior Class president '58-59: Senior Class favorite '58-59: Curtain Club '58-59: Junior duke ln King of Hearts '57-58: Band president '57-58: Band Vice-president '58-59: Honorary Lion '58-59: Who's Who '58-59: Senior play '58-59: Branding Iron '58-59: Best Boy Citizen '58-59. MIKE EVERTS-Football '55-59: Basketball '55-58: Track '55-58: Student Council '57-58: Senior duke in King of Hearts '58-59: UIL slide rule '58-59. JACKIE FIELDER-Football '56-59: Basketball '56-57: 2nd team All- district football '57-58: All-district football '58-59: Honorable mention All-state football '58-59: FTA '57-59: Cadet teacher '58-59: Student Council '58-59: FFA '57-58, PATRICIA YBOON FOX-Freshman Princess '55-56: Homecoming Queen finalist '55-57: Cheerleader '55-59: Head cheerleader '58-59: FTA '56-59: Rotary Student Guest '58-59: Who's Who '57-59: Spanish Club '57-59: FFA sweetheart '58-59: Favorite runner-up '56-58: Freshman Class Favorite '55-56: Miss SHS finalist '58-59: Student Council representative '56-58: New Year Girl honorable mention '57-58: Second place New Year Girl '58-59: Curtain Club '57-59: Senior Play '58-59. PAT FRALEY-Freshman Class president '55-56: Student Council '55-56: Football '55-59: Favorite runner-up '55-57: Junior Class reporter '57-58: FTA '58-59: Football captain '58-59: Honorary Lion '58-59: Who's Who '58-59: Mr. Mustang finalist '58-59: Branding Iron '58-59, LAVAUGHN FREEMAN-Football '55-56: VIC reporter '56-57: VIC vice- president '57-58: VIC district vice-president '57-59: FFA reporter '56-57: FFA secretary '57-58: Livestock judging '55-57: district welding contest '56-58. ,L ,ftiigilii TRUEITT CDOOPERJ HICKS-Cheerleader '58-59: Pony EXDICSS Circlllaififiil manager '58-59: Band '55-58: Branding Iron '58-59. JOYCE HOLLOWAY-Transfer from Roscoe. VIC sweetheart '58-59: VIC treasurer '58-59. STANLEY JOHNSON-Band '55-57: FFA '55-59. DURRELL JONES--Football '55-56: Band '55-59: VIC treasurer '57-59: VIC district treasurer '58-59. JAMES KASINGER-Transfer from Channelview. VIC '58-59. MARGARET KYLE-Band '55-59. J. T. LAMBERT-Football '55-591 Vice-president FFA '55-563 FFA '55-595 FFA president '57-58: VIC '57-59: VIC secretary '57-58: VIC president '58-59: Junior Class vice-president '57-58: Student Council '55-59: VIC district president '58-59: VIC state president '58-59: FTA '57-58. BOBBY LANE-Spanish Club '56-572 FTA '56-593 Football manager '56-59. BILLIE RUTH LOGSDON-FHA '55-59: Library Club '56-57. CAY LYNN MCCORKLE-Curtain Club '55-59: FHA '55-57: Pony Express staff '56-57: Spanish Club '57-59: Student Council '57-59: Library Club '57-59: Library Club president '58-59: FTA '57-59: Cadet teafrher '58-591 FTA librarian '58-59: Junioi editor of Waeonwheel '57-581 UU-1 tyllllllg team '57-58: UIL ready writing '58-59: Rotary Student Guest '58-59: Best Girl Citizen finalist '58-59: Senior Favorite finalist '58-59: Brand- ing Iron '58-59. Anprs GAITHER-Freshman Class vice-president '55-se: '55-57: Sophomore favorite '56-E3:1lg,l..Yucca staff '56-583??i3ggQimbQQjZi: Staff WfH'e'f5 ' ii V l - . i , . 1 -- - sports editor '57-58: Pony Pony Express c5 r.sqlg996i, E ! C?gT7fg9urtam Club 55 56' FHA 55 59' FTA 57 as' Junior Class president '57-58: ,ffwiior Class Favorite '57-58?IgQQ'igiss,1 "',sMflQ: por ' WMQQ3553 Track '56-58: Mr. Mustang fiwist '58: Mr, Mugtgng '59s -Qfffffff Q '57-59: Football '55-59: Footb Q co-captainffisw-Vt Best Biliillgi MCD9 'A "'e f 's,s.kFHA,5?,55-59: FHA t V5 -5 . finalist '58-59: Rotary Studentiggfiiest Honorary? 53759: First pllaiiorslilall id3,TI:1OsgA ggggsivgilemwif ll 5659 Svlifbtm '55-59: Girls' Sports Club reporter ,suv we-Hdve ,etmansgsr 'ss-ss. JOY GARDNER-A Cappella Choir 'Sui-5Qr:ggf?l'ii'roulBadea'gg, 5522 '58'59i Curtain Club '57'mQi'1 iii: M' A55 SA pianist '58-59: UIL Journalism DARLA GEE-Band '55-59: 4-H Elffil '55-sefwii 1 0 SEHK: Qeffisgte Express '56'591 C0'ed1t0' Pom mlggssgiigfpfessxijf eEAQw,57'53-A 'M DEWEY GENT--Basketball 55-58: VIC !'9DO1'tel' 58f59, f'W5??2.'5Sf"'4Wefr35 GAYLE GREEN-Spanish Club '55-56: ICT '58-59. DARLENE GREER-Volleyball '56-59: Girls Sports Club '55-59. ELIZABETH HAMPTON-FTA '57-59: Cadet teacher '57-58: ICT '58-597 A Cappella Choir '56-58. K MORRIS HARDIN-Football '55-56: football manager '56-57. Z f PHILIP I-IARDIN-Spanish Club '56-59: DAR history award '57-58: NMSC semi-finalist '58-59: UIL slide rule '57-59. MEL HARP-Curtain Club play '55-561 All-region Band '56-591 Band '55-59: Band '55-593 A Cappella Choir '55-56: Band senate '58-59. Stage BET'I'Y HARRIS-Band '55-59. DALTON HARVEY-Football '55-56: Basketball '55-58: Sophomore president '56-57: FFA '56-59: Greenhand reporter '56-57: FFA president '56-57. Class vice- JARVIS HAYES-FFA '57-59: Football '55-59: Track '58-59. VONZELL HENINGTON--Volleyball '55-59: Girls' Sports Club '55-59. BOBBY HENSON-Football '55-56: FTA '57-59: Basketball '55-56: A Cappella Choir '57-58: Choir student director '57-59, BILLY HERRON-Basketball '55-56: Band '55-59: Track '55-59: Regional track '56-58: Stage Band '58-59. 156 EDWARD V MARS 353-Transfer from Mission. Pony Express '58-59 a, U n ,stents ANNETTE MXSEEY-Transfer from Graham: Volleyball '57-58: FTA '57-59 FHA '57-591 curtain Club '57-59: Girls' Sports Club '57-58: vice-president of FHA 'sa-59. MILLER-A Cappella Choir '55-57: Choir vice-president '56-57 Member o is ords '56-57: Spanish Club '56-59: Sophomore princi in King of Hearts '56-57: Student Council '57-59: Student Council president '58-59: Honorary Lion '58-59: Rotary Student Guest '58-59 Branding Iron '58-59: Best Boy Citizen finalist '58-59: Senior Favorite finalist '58-59: Curtain Club '57-59: One-Act play '57-58: VIC vice-president '58-59: Choir Council '57-58: Bowling team president '57-58: Senior duke in King 'of Hearts '58-59: Mr. Mustang finalist '58-59: Who's Who '58-59: Senior play '58-59. PATTY MILLER-Yucca freshman duchess '55-56: Homecoming Queen finalist '55-575 General Metals sweetheart '55-56: District VIC sweet- heart '55-56: Student Council '55-59: Yucca staff '55-56: Curtain Club '56-59: FTA '56-59: Girls' State alternate '57-58: Rotary Student Guest '58-59: Student Council reporter '58-59: Honorable mention New Year Girl '56-57: Fifth place New Year Girl '58-59: Branding Iron '58-59. CHARLES NATIONS-Football '56-573 Track '55-56. WAYLAND NEEPER-Slide Rule '57-58. 'THEARL NELSON-FTA '57-59: Cadet teacher '58-59. MANNON NEWMAN-FTA '57-592 Cadet teacher '57-58. FRANK ODOM-VIC '58-59. EAN PACE-Tennis '55-56: Sophomore duchess '56-57: New Year Girl omlnee '56-59: Miss SHS finalist '56-59: A Cappella Choir '56-58: hoir Council '56-57: All-region choir '56-5'7: Yucca Gloriosa staff '57-58: FTA '58-59: Curtain Club '57-59: Troubadears '57-58: Honorable mention New Year girl '58-59: Branding Iron '58-59. JAMES PARKER-Freshman Favorite '55-56: Freshman duke in King of Hearts '55-56: Football '55-59: All-state football '57-59: Junior Prince in King of Hearts '57-58: King of Hearts '57-58: Sophomore Class reporter '57-58: Basketball '55-59: FTA '57-59: Track '57-58: Cadet teacher '57-58: All-district football '57-58: Mr. Mustang finalist '57-59. Co-captain basketball '58-59: All-state football '57-58. VIRGINIA PATTERSON-FHA '55-59: Declamatlon '55-59: Curtain Club '55-59: FTA '57-59: A Cappella Choir '57-59: Miss SHS finalist '57-59: Third place Miss SHS contest '57-58: Spanish Club '57-59: All-region choir '57-59. LEONARD PERRY-Golf '55-59: Basketball '56-59: Student Council '57-58: FTA '57-58. EDYTH PERRYMAN-A Cappella Choir '55-59: Troubadears '55-58: Pony Express staff '57-59: FTA '58-59: Curtain Club '58-59: All-region choir '57-58: Exchange editor Pony Express '58-59, Senior Play '58-59, SANDRA PITTS-A Cappella Choir '55-59: Freshman Class reporter '55-56: Library Club '56-57: Miss SHS finalist '56-57: Choir Council '57-59: Spanish Club '57-59: Vice-president of Spanish Club '58-59: vice-president of A Cappella Choir '58-595 Rhythmettes '58-59: Trou- badears '58-59: Rotary Student Guest '58-59: Branding Iron '58-59. Jovca PORTER-A Cappella Choir '55-59: 'rroubadears Club '57-59: New Year Girl nominee '56-57: One-act p1z3i3iff5Ff-58: Senior play '58-59: FHA '57-58: Choir sweetheart '58-59. ,V aj! ' K SHIRLEY PREWITT-Spanish ciao '55-57: ciiiisffsports C1uliiglSSi59: Girls Sports Club secretary '58459:-,yolleybzglli '56-59. -W U55 LEE RAWLINGS-Football '55-56: FTA '57-581 ZCT '58-59. MARY ANN REAMS-Band '55-59: All-region Band '55-59: Curtain :Wirth '56-59: Curtain Club play '57-58: FTA '57-59g Cadet teacher UIL spelling '56-58, Senior Play '58-59: CAROLE RICHARDS-FHA '57-58: ICT '58-59. JOHN RICHARDSON-Band '56-59: Stage Band '58-59: Spanish Club '57-595 Honorary Lion '57-58: UIL district slide rule '57-58. RAY RUSHING--Football '55-56: Boxing '55-56: Track '56-57: Band '55-59: ICT secretary '58-59: Stage Band '57-58. NEDRA SANDERS-Curtain Club '55-59: FTA '58-592 FHA '55-563 Cadet teaching '57-59: Band '55-58: UIL declamation '58-59: Senior play '58-59. EDDIE SCOTT-Freshman Class secretary '55-56: Freshman duke in King of Hearts '55-56: Student Council alternate '55-56: Yucca staff cartoonist '55-56: Football '55-59: First team All-district football '56-57: Second team all-area '56-57: Student Council '56-57: Junior Class secretary '57-58: Junior duke in King of Hearts '57-58: Second team All-area football '57-58: Who's Who '57-59: Boys' State alternate '57-58: Branding Iron '58-59: Pony Express cartoonist '58-599 Mr, Mustang finalist '58-59: Track '55-59: Honorary Lion '58-59. RONNIE SHEFFIELD-Student Council '55-57: FFA '55-57: ICI' '57-58: FFA dairy Judging 2nd place '57-58: FFA Upper Clear Fork grass judging 2nd place '56-57: FFA dairy showinanship district show '56-57. ELESLEY SIMS-Track '55-59: 4th place district track '56-57: Ist district Qtrack '57-59. 1 WAYLAND SMITH-Band '55-59: Tennis '55-58: Stage Band '55-59: 2nd lieutenant of band '58-59: UIL Slide rule '57-58. JERRY STEVENSON--Transfer from Midland. Sergeant at arms VIC '58-59, MAIZY STEWART-FHA '55'5'7: FTA '57-58: Pony Express '56-59: Express business manager '58-59: Student Council '58-59: Branding Iron '58-59: Girls' Sports Club '55-57: Volleyball '56'5'7: UIL Journalism '57-58: UIL typing '57-58: UIL shorthand '58-59. NEVA STONE-Band '55-58: FHA '55-59: Curtain Club '55-56: New Year Girl nominee '55-56. BARBARA STORRS--Girls' Sports Club '55-59: FHA '55-59: Volleyball '56-59: FHA parliamentarian '57-58: President of Girl'S SDOrts Club '58-591 Yucca Coronation '58-59. VERA TALBOT--Band '55-57: Choir '58-591 FHA '55-59: FHA trea- surer '58-59. CAROLYN SUE TAYLOR--A Cappella Choir '55-593 FHA '58-591 FTA '58-59. JAMES TAYLOR-A 'Cappella Choir '55-59: Choir president '58-595 UIL slide rule '58-59. ROBERT TAYLOR-VIC '57-59: VIC reporter '58-59. DOLORAS.1EAFF-B3Hd '55-59: Stage Band '55-59: Curtain Club '56-59: 1FffJQ4,i?5?-59: Band Senate '58-59: Band treasurer '58-59: FIFA histori83I1ffS8'-593 Senior Class reporter '58-59: Rotary Student Guest '58-59gL5est Gigli Citizen finalistM'58-59: Stage Band sweetheart '55-563 Yucoa1QY4biiinceSst,'S!3-59: Juniorykafiigrite '57-58: Yucca duchess '57-58: ard malice New -Year girl 'sqwssg iwrws who '57-59: Band sweetheart Q58-591g,Lf!?!fipmeconr131g Queen finalist '58-59: Yucca Queen '58-59: Student Coiiiiogigmternaggh-256457 Branding Iron '58-59. Yucca Gloriosa sta!! 357533 edimllfmfgg- WINTER FUN-When winter finally got here, seniors were quick to take advantage and have a "blast" Joyce Brown helps Eileen Bradley put on ice skates, as Bonnie Tinsley doubtfully looks on. 157 SUE THOMPSON-Volleyball '56-593 Girls' Sports Club '55-59. BONNIE TINSLEY-FHA '55-56: Curtain Club '56-59: Yucca Coronation '56-57: Student Council alternate '57-58: New Year Girl nominee '56-57: Yucca Gloriosa staff '57-59: FTA '57-59: FTA president '58-59: Yucca. class editor '58-59: Senior Class secretary-treasurer '58-59: Senior Class duchess '58-59: UIL typing '57-58: Branding Iron '58-59: 'IHSPA delegate '58-59: Who's Who finalist '58-599 tennis '58-59. JACK TUCKER,-Student Council alternate '55-56: VIC reporter '57-58: Student Council '57-583 VIC secretary '58-59: Tennis '55-59. STEVE TURPIN-Band '55-56: VIC '56-59. WENDELL WHITTENBURG-Football '55-59: Curtain Club '56-59: Curtain Club president '58-59: Boys' State '58-59z Band '55-56: Debate '55-a6i Declamation '56-5"7: FTA '57-59. JOHNNYE WILKERSCN-Student Council '55-563 FHA '55-59: Girls' Sborts Club '55-59. BARTON WILLIAMS--Band '55-57: Curtain Club '55-59: Spanish club '56-59: Cheerleader '57-58: Senior Class vice-president '58-59: FTA '58-59: Pony Express staff '57-59: TI-ISPA delegate '58-59: UIL poetry reading '57-58: Senior play '58-59: Branding Iron '58-59: Curtain club play '56-58. JOHN WILLIAMSON-VIC '57-59: ICT '57-59. MARTHA WILLOUGHBY-A Cappella Choir '57-59: Student Council '58-59: Curtain Club '58-59: Sextet '58-59i Senior play '58-59. JOHN WOODY-Band '55-59: Stage Band '55-59: Spanish Club '57-58: All-region Band '57-59: Golf '58-59: Choir '56-57: Tennis '55-56: UIL typing '58-59: UIL slide rule '57-58, senigg play, '58-59. OWEN WRIGHT-Band '55-59: Basketball '55-563 Stage Band '57-591 ICT '58-59. of I . dill 1 Aa ,7,,,,,f 1,1 - """7""e"f fy. J ' - X .406 -Q X . .'I-.Il ---- ' vm .,.,. ,, 57. "f:F2 f, B M f,f':'IfI:I1--5255?-55:"" ., ii'.2i':E:e::v::aa:v5f.v. FFF' --" "5E3.- I ' filffif . .::E?"': f' .. ',.:11:SifI. f3:I.-:"- E5."I " ' .-3513" '52 -.-, 152- ..., S U l ., Xl , i 3 : H 'Eli F F-'m f' -- ..... . l l58 ix Iassigagiz? X - .- , ,,,32,,.f::: .,., 1 , g l Junior leaders slate full year y i ' L.. The class of 1960 was the last freshman class to :me to Sweetwater High School. This year, as they Jntinue their education, the same students find them- alves to be iuniors. Plans for the Junior-Senior Banquet and the iunior icnic at the end of the year are among the varied :tivities which keep the students lousy. Everyone is looking forward to being a "mighty senior" as the senior rings are ordered. Graduation seems closer as the senior year is iust around the corner. The officers were elected for the Junior Class in May of last year. Chosen were Don Cowan, president, Billy Martin, vice-president, Joy Witt, secretary-treasurer, and Paula Smith, reporter. l59 . . .Stud hard, plan for extra activities N, , fs . 4 B 'fXikJLx 51JmJ,p.A,2 'A-JNN,QJ,mmli,cL bwwwwleaew 'Wk Patsy Altom Uxwmoapmetcb 1.1ffxN"' K Donna Barker aux figiim ab M s 5' . ra ,Mm -1 15iG'35" 'M ' CW'- .. ye , - f Bob Atkinson Sherry Ballew Dolores Banner kN'YMC3JUUe.Ldv 41: Sheila Barnett Nancy Benson f Patsy Blailock vXNkO.Nw.,wLoDaLEl,1AfofxgQCle Wie Darlene Blair Royce Bonner Kay Boyd .ak Gloria Bredemeyer Yvonne Bredemeyer Lowell Brooks . . .Vocational subjects important gf f A N, A . ., 1 ka 1 I A - ,,,, lr' "" vr--- 2 , I, W . , .53 Z. N. Jerry Browning . 2 , A 1 r it ""' , 7' 3 J , A . ,fy wp L " 1 'W Travis Clopton Q if A L 5 Mi, 5. Mi. Natalia Castro Joe Clark Norma Clark NNXJflJ15uo2,f9w L, 4 a-r- ...I E " l:" ln ,,.- 17? - ' Ii .," fajjjgx ,S ,f .. J A X 'M 'il' if .XY has .311 K .... my if x PSQQY Collett Earl Collins Elaine Collins Joe Collins .2 if Billy Conway "NEEDS A LITTLE MORE FEED," agree Russell Green, left, and Don Wright as they make ready a lamb for the stock show. Juniors Evelyn Cornelius Don Cowan Billy Culwell Jerry Davies Suzanne Davis Judy Decker '-is Brian Donnelly make plans for senior year. . . mg: ,,., K , V- -"- we - l ',. A " f322- e E uaa 2 E if EM ,, A I I .. Q ly mfs i My M , fi E - I W M ---N "':':'x l l ' ':.'2:l2 A 'r41Tf"w'Q.A-41311 Qu'-is ,p f 0 gg -V --- E il , ,,,, ,, ,.,,, ,...,N , A Q e-2' A' V r.,, ,. J Q ,, H A: ., ., I as s- if' E f - ,. r QA WL is 45 N 5 , 5, ix 4 -2' 1 """ W Q . . 'V ' ' f. .,.'-- wx N 'R .Q 'K U ' 'D 322, ,... -::"': "-" P wie -I' 1 4 2 1 I 41 xiii. ,as - -V:1fa5f'2,- YP ' ' 2 ' 1.. W if f i x? , , if E ' in '.,gQ35'5 , if 37.4 gg - me ill Richard Duran fi sf' Lana Durham if 1 -. - ff IV., i " ...M . ,.., Eifz " ' . KZ"'rYi' . .:15',.'rfWZ9-IT. V, ,xi KK F .xxx Don Ely Carrol Feagan Eddie Fincher Virginia Flynn 9 O O Strive for better education "WlLL I EVER LAST ANOTHER YEAR?" wonders Elaine Collins, as she takes a minute out from busy school activities. fl'-he ,eil -W Y J f ,Ek N... Bonnie Fullwoocl it sz EW Don Grubbs Alex A "'i' 4 fl K W with- -I. ",.. FOY ,. Q at in 'wx :ENN gpg ew We W it Q4 li W x l K Jerry iffl Franklin ii... 'Vi'Y'Ko f 2 X W iii if if 53432 - 'Q ' Elaine Gaines Perry Gotcher Russell Green QXNx.CLw1,:.wck WYL0ov-J-2-Cb yxkmwwowb ' Q ,, , ' , E E Nedra Hankins Doris Hatfield Carolee Hawley r ,K . 7 ., la., ,pw-. afix rw , Greta Henderson Classmates build friendships. . . Jntouvuiob , f ,mi Eui. Lynda Henington Janyth Holcomb Bev Herndon v - 'WL ,,,,,,:,, ., A ' ow l , "Q- "'i It ' r s an 3 l as , rig ll Te ':3' l Mary Ann Hunt Vernie Jackson Linda .Jolley 'V Jimmy Hollis K V.. . I ,EET 14, Q " Y V 2, --35" Q , ' ta, ' Q . ii, Q ,I 12 . W . - ' - Etta Jones l64 km lris Jones NOON GET-TOGETHER-Juniors, from left, Buford Patterson, Zelma Simmons, Mary Rayburn, Sheila Barnett, Dolores Banner, and Karen Kendrick enioy talking and eating together in the school cafeteria. . 4 .Learn Karen Kendrick Elaine Kennon Wanda Kidd Jay Knox Bobby Kreidel Don Land Dimple Lawrence JYHUJVLLQA Merrill Lewis X F la , ..,.. , ff importanee of being together nm ' W Mm GE: i ' F' , 35 az - .45 .5 . g. ff. - f ll' H .. We K ,f 4 ,Q - we if . , .,,.r. ., L 11 A Zyilff- ,.. 's1,e: .' , V num lQ f' 5'---,. . -at me '7""'ig gf L , KQV E wm f , 5 Millard Leach Nancy Lee D0f0fl'lY Lewis f"W"'k Y A-an it ' same ueb Betty Lynda Long W ff ,tlr 1' ' ,g Q .ir ,.V,. Q ff , Sf, . F R t W Q L5 L Q 1 .249 tud main agenda item. . . Barbara Mclilhaney wwf? "' ,ATV Y Sylvia Am . ,xl in Miller 1 A .1 wx r ,punk fm Lindell McGuire vw JT? I r , seq - -. mmf: MI ,ML Ronnie Mizer ill 25335 A -M 6. fa..-S - ,f,a5a.rw..a.. A '. , - ,wif gi H 'a A gf -,-: jr-is S I' I A Q fig My K we A w 5 Billy Martin B iff-f x wp! ,.4wd9' an'-1 Guy Morgan A , N . 1, L iNLQx,NJX,'wvx, :Z Af ,fi 1 ,5 'wi 'UK rf'-0-Qi 'WN Beite May fx Q if T :.1 2 k , James Morgan Maureen Nayfa M. A. Norred Juanita Nunn Panfilo Orfega Jim Tom Palmer Robbie Jo Palmer But students find time for fun "START THE MOTOR," as Pat Wilson invest ,.f L? if ,s , "iv 'K Betty Park 'J .,., r -P ni , Kev T M Perdue in exclaims Jerry Franklin, left, to classmate Jerry Davies, W- ' igates to find the defective part. , iff 'i x4jt,m1,Lecr9v We assi? ig 'Qt-L it if Liga, Vlxl WS., 2 x ,Q Q in Carolyn Petty Winnie Phemister Marilyn Pollard Denver Price ,gat 'UW ,W ...wi , ,4- ine" ai' P W Ak' 4 A I. W 1 5 ..-, Mary Rayburn Garland Reed Mary Ellen Roberts Rosalice Roland . i x? Class of '60 prepares for future lmogene Romine if Darwin Schulze KITCHEN CAPERS-Junior girls find themselves busy cooking in a homemak- ing class. From left are Elaine Gaines, Clara Smith, and Elaine Kennon. is wwf Elizabeth Scobey Mary Scott Sarah Scott fVl': ' E """ Sandra Seals V 0 Carol Sexton Gene Shaffer s amy.-qv' - Y , A is -'95 ., ,- lg ' Y 'Y J--4. ,..s S -' Q, ' CL X ,. Qt? nv . -fn -M-v Jearl Seale Qlwlkdauwaesll-J www, PTR Linda Greenhavv Shillin Graduation only year away 'Wm wmv ,Q-exam Qwmbw V 1 fi M F 1 1 Zelma Simmons Buddy Sipe Joan Smith lv L l to fi M 1-1... more Paula Smith Ralph Sorrells Jerry Spencer A - :3.,,-, vit K .- K 'i"" , A wk , Z A in X571 ' 5 ff 9'O O PW! Nancy Smith I 4 is ' at Larry Stanley Gerald Stevenson George Stewart Rita Stewart Douglas Taylor Linda Taylor Milton Taylor Junior year to be remembered. . . Patsy Taylor Wayne True George Turner Sue Walker Jimmy Watson Charles Weems ff: ,ab ji M, . x ff 1 f ' 4 ew if 3 - W . 6'2,.,,, Q in M ,if t .fr 2 li 5 it Billy White WDM 295' Wayne Witt l7O ein, 'E' in i Linda Whitworth Toni Wolf I M .- mr 3 l W ml X , Is, . M can- ' 'B' i A' f"'f' V mug H t QS: , I N-,,., 4,4 ze 'W 'fr' .'-' i all 35 ' -ff e 4 f ' rm ii J' X . ,,v, :Ev 5, 5...-h y we-"YV ---:l, W Pat Wilson Joy Witt , Zyl q,.q.q ,r,, W :,, , in y.,,, 1' -,,. ..., . -if W Y - Xu mire ' ,N ,-v' , M ,Y X. - "e"' W Qi , wif? . 1 Sandra Wood Don Wright 'i Confusion reigned supreme for The firsT few weeks as we class of 'ol embarked on ifs iourney Through New- ian High School. Finding classroorris,learning cusfoms, nd ducking "friendly" uoperclassmen vvereuppermosf in Te sophs' minds unTil They seTTled info The groove of asses, friendship,and fun, Thus becoming an inTegral arT of our school. Making up for losT Time-This being The firsT Time since 955 ThaT sophomores enTered SHS for The firsT TimeeThe alenTed neophyTes copped many honors. Five of Their oung ladies made The finals in compefifion for SHS's 1 hiohesf honor-Miss SHS. Sophomore boys added greafly To The success of our aThleTic Teams. OThers were instru- menfal in The accomplishmems of The band, choir, publica- Tions, InTerscho'asTic League Teams, and The numerous other organizaTions. -- Elected last spring, The sophomore officers planned The annual class picnic and led Their class Through The varied SHS schedule. Officers are Joe Gerald, presidenT, Ronnie Cox, vice-president Lou Nell Eager, secretary- Treasurer, and Ann Clark, reporTer. l7l . H X . Frances Aguilar Robert Barrera -me 4?-ID Joe Aguilar Betty Ashton James Bagley Gary Bailey fri: f ff Jesse Alexander Diane Allen Charles Arbaugh , 'l I 4 -,.:. ' - 3,3 H L ww -Z' 4 'ii s y al yy fn ,mss , 1 li l ll'3 Jimmy Barron Q H l,. "ALLAH UPPERCLASSMENH--Four sophomore girls-Alice Horne, Mila Beth VanDever, Ann Bast, and Ann Clark-pretend to pay homage to the upper- classmen during the first week of school. Sophomores secure school spirit. . . sa , qi., vas Q? ,W . I " 3: W f , Ann Bast Kay Bast Palmer Baugh Sherry Bearden Roy Beinhauer ' -t-'- - fi A- A l , ig if ,V s " "-:V - .. V7 W H " ' si .f l QQ: 5 1 '1' A Q - ..,'. I . s 4 I, F gh. fy ,ai , - , :wt .. 3 x 'fr I , A if M ' il, ' ' X 1? if 1 .sn , ffifs if WW' irbuwr ,- .smzeicawu M 'Skim O O 5. 'am fn' MW " 'L "'- 5 wr ' . ,A s L4 " 19 be C ' B , is B Billy Belew Linda Bevel Nancy Birmingham Margaref Bishop Kay Blair Judy Bowen . , -2'-' -2 gif? 'f"' eg . Y ffgf 52' Bully Bradberry fe , V. iw Q 2 Eddie Bradford ' I Joyce Bradley i'lif,g il V V ,,., Q A li in 5 .... Z Q. ,H 5.3, e lg ,Z .fi I F if ,M 7 4 'V 'Q 5 xg gl' se , '5' ff' ' raffle ,Eff if fsiafe W: 3 . lx M Q' sf i ' .ef ' . le Connie Brady LaVerne Bredemeyer Sue Bristow Nancy Bromley Leigh Brookes 5 ' 3' . . M .- ' 'Q i 2 Ei .,., ig B iff ii, V if ' J -K Y,,C . C Barry Brown Peggy Brown 5l"i'leY Browning Barbara Burleson .Satisfy seniors sense of superiorit Charles Burnett Brenda Caldwell Jackie Carpenter Leslie Carpenter r ' - AAA , ' l v ii ,I V ....: . 4 as K ef W B we es 432 173 J wma, L ' Hazel Cassady Frances Chastain Ann Clark James Clift Richard Copeland ,M C 4:4 iyvy, , l ., E., is Linda Coplen Y ,ff gg Ronnie Cox Peggy Creech nm, A Taj. . . bliifirewgxol .0 u aa ww if , x my-ee-'i l Wilma Creed 5 ,ia Gerald selling their Tri-Hi-Y megaphones fo Billy Belew. Criiz "AW, COME ON, PLEASE," beg sophomores Kay Blair and Joyce Bradley as they fry SHS neophytes learn 'tricks of trade'. . . Frances ,ae-Q, Crosby Carrol Duncan Henry uuran Larry uurnam 1 .W P' G 1-as f .H -l-i, . W if zy, fig a .,.,.,,,g f' , C if ' wi ..,, ' "W , Y .,,, - ,M . Lou Nell Eager 4 , ' NX. X , ,T l l, YXCC wx KA c PCR rf F, fi? Tootsie Eddy ,K Starla Foster G 53 4 i ,Q 4 'T v 'Q Q M - 33 -'ll A If 'r 112i 2 fin 3 , G ffl ' I fV"-.. 'Q-,' ' L. .:, 1 .1 ia. Jackie Ensley George Epperson .,3:,Ei:,,g,.iii1' "A. - -qiz '2'Q I 1 i I 1 N , Q b Q Q :,,- W 2 A A ..,.. gg :gr Q. : 4 ir ZZI ' if 'A , , " ff. ,,. i j: ' ' Q A N fx W l X 'ia W.. ,P 'lfiikcek .1.,AQQ:: zk. cle - G Linda Fullwood Shirley Fullwood Barbara Freeman . K rl ,, G e Q l - i r fa if -Hx' G 1 , Joy Furry Betty Gillilan . . .Like Frankie Goodrum r Zi' Betfi Gaither Joe Gerald Nelson Geron 4 June Givens Wayne Glass Helen Gomez Mustang stomping grounds Brenfla Green Patsy Green. Wesley Grissom Wiveoamseeck Pai Floyd R Phillip Flusche 5 we rQXS ' Mwvfs Tommy Geron an AY 'K 4 JXRNKf3oxJU,.,md-J Darlene Gunn Fred Haas Peggy Hanes fi - ijl is f t V-"ri: -'.- ,V f if. L? ,n i V... . . fi lk f" i as-112' af ' , K.wr2ga.a-45 , - r ' :fqfs 4522 warez-1 -, f.y,31g-si ' - , i 3323? X ln? l e -y 5- ,- 'if KN M Frank Healer X ,r 5 my 5 -Lf sr!! pl MH as 1 J Sophs Mac Hendrix ff. 176 M x' 1-W-if ,v www, fi, Ei Q , David Harris Carlfon Hayes Johnny Hayes Tony Hayley f rf-as muff Harry Harfgraves "SO THAT'S THE WAY IT'S DONE," laughs Wendell Patterson as Linda Kouri shows him a new yell. Both are sophomores and are enioying 1heir first year of leading yells in high school. boost spirit, enjoy 'extrasl . Jim Heningfona A 'I ' Wxcomxwfk i. ,gps :H :" f M illi: inr fa - 2 . O Lewis Hicks Barbara Hillyard Barbara Holloman ,fy Q. z. X Q l ,Wann V G! . . . .U K I Si Y 'H ,--i-v L A K Ziissiszxzig, :L l James Hoover Alice Horne Mickey Horner Joyce Hyafl' Glenn lmken Kay Jones Wanda Kennamer Gail King Larry Knutson - 1 . x-V - Linda Kouri Garna Lawrence Allen Lee Alice Lightfoot Charles Lindsey ZFQLZ2 5 alll' , ..,., fiwzfw 52 ff? ' 5 'vs' - ' gg naw? in V . , ..i:. , c M :ggi X, . fi Tommy McCaleb Lenora Mccullough R. D. McDonell Palsy Mcouire Some stud hard, strive for 'all A's'4 . . Don McJunkins Lillian Monjgomery Tommie Mooney Charles Morgan ff fi, f f M. ,y in A 1 77 if L was f5llill'llf5.Tk??i: ?fl.i,??i'1i'?'iK3 , W no , 1 :wif 5 'I 'Y . vw' rf! we sf? if 9 W X' 2? 7 'V Kay Norman 1 ft 5, ..., . Z at f r 5 if ft A.::, ,, ,. E 1 P 1 :sag Sf.. .,,,- ' Pat O'Donald ,,-: JAA A ,, - , ,,.- E AV Patricia Parsons Ruby Nell Patrick . .Keep Wendell Patterson 4 Mm F ga: me K . Maw K f emu, .T . ff?Eff ::5 "HERE'S SOMETHING INTERESTING says Pat Turner to Sheri Roberts as they look over the Pony Express with Lou Nell Eager and Joe Gerald up with latest news, happenings , ,.: ,.E, , ttts is f , :,, 1 ' HQ! Robert Reams wq,.a'g H ,Q -,dmv 5 4 J 5 3' W5 wtifigwfal :V EW X .. ,Q 3 W :L "X 'W K S 'J A , V 5 , ,, - , -' f Sharon Roderick Beth Selmon gm f"pu yi, QE 431 i nf rg, ' fm , ,,,. 1 W mf . ,, ,, if m .E-gr ,Y fm Margaret Reeves Peggy Ribble John Roberts Sheri Roberts V - I bhwwoou NUGQUL 'G-f fl l I Larry Rogers Marvin Scarborough Dorothy Seale K 3:9 W , tfflk it X X Rumaldo Sepeda Charles Shook Ernest Shuler Bill Sims ,PTQ Emilie Sowell Carolyn Stewart Wanda Storrs Mary 5ll'iClCl6Hd O 0 ' 0 0 O Sophomores enjo high school activities Bertha Sullivan Doris Sullivan Deloris Sutton Carolyn Taylor gg' 11- t H- . ,..,,: Z .-:: v:--: - ,am :5' - -sE'-:1 ., t T 0 O O Louise Taylor Pat Turner Socorro Valdez Mila Beth VanDever Ruby Walker Pamela Walston l J, Q s.. .y 4 X Y T . ,N XL. , ' 'L uv-- lg- 45 J' W " ir My r N .K A T Kenneth Weaver r lk Farnurn Terrell James Thomas mm ri. - 4 Q., like 1 0 Y .M 3' 4 'MQ' W Ronnie Turnbow Larry Turner no .C K Sf ,Q WW y F "HERE'S HOW," demonsfraies David Harris to Judy Bowen as the SHS neophytes Take tirne our from their busy school schedules for a relaxing round of golf Study comes first, but play, ll' Wendell WhittinQon Sonny Willoughby Ricky Windham Floyd Woods ' 'A l l'Xg,UwK,1cLL, Q, ,,,.,-..,, if IOO 0 0 O Kay Wyrick -'UU ft Ti ' for--+ .., .T -M s A W , V L ,-V,..: J Q fi i .i I :r. T- T T ir. T , if 5 ' " f . . 5 gi 5. 180 2 AI 1 X .:,.i For class scribblings GETTING READY for a real Thanksgiving dinner are sopho mores Lou Nell Eager and Mickey Horner. Specialists meet extra needs... TAXFORCE-Discussing tax matters concerning the school are, from left, Mrs. Norma Reeves, secretary to Super- BRIEF RESPlTE-Taking a few minutes off for a yearbook picture is one of the few times SHS's maintenance crew may be found resting. In charge of cleanup duties are, from left, C. H. Flickinger, C. J. Forgerson, J. H. Flickinger, J. A. Jones and J. A. Talbot. intendent Olaf G, South, Mondel Rogers, school tax K4 gy collector, and Mrs. Billy Savage, secretary to Mr. Rogers. l'H.,x "I vt., M.. , lk wfrrww. R3 K . A BRING THEM IN-'Bringing the "extra-special students" to school is the special iob assigned to Sweetwater's bus drivers. Top row, from left, are Ben High, Floyd Midkiff, O, M. Hartgraves, and Raymond Hefner. Squatting are John Linn, John Coffman, and Loyd McCoy. 182 ""'x TASTY JOB-Fixing meals for over 100 hungry students presev an enioyable task for the culinary crew composed of Mrs. Sz Neal and Mrs. J. E. Killen. vm my 55g"'S. .... ..... ,4......,,,...Q ifwii .. . , hx ,fyl fri? I Ax W' Qi, bl 4 R W A J- aw.: 4 Q up fi, "' - X 'Y Ll 'Lili 'J' X 1 W A fy, K fylaii svn nxt af 'Ji mn -, 2, K 4 if vmwmuwm WMM A A WM m 9 We mm M 1 ' 5 ff" ti df A . we Q 351,132 2333, .P I IN-Xa .3 wil 1,3 9.4 linu- 184 W N-'lam "5" xxxii THE U. S. GYPSLI COMPA Y is "I'm sure that she would like this one one of the many gifts available at . . . Loeb as she shows Billy Herron, senior, LEVYS' 'I00 EAST BROADWAY v , l nl lx 1 ,E i . V! lf Wendell Whitfenburg and Vernie Jackson learn To relax while They save af . . . THE TEXAS BANK and TRUST COMPANY -'warm -ww' E nm l l L 1 1 l l l l AE vm:-.rr VV Karen Kendrick and Neva Stone find Thahfxsaving pe nnles IS easy wllen you selecf glour grocery needs at The VlLLAGE MARKET 502 EAST BROADWAY L 186 "You can always find the best buys here for that at one of the many types of coats and suits that may special occasion," says Jackie Fielder. He is looking be found at . . . M 8: M Men's Store. BUCHANAN FLORAL 1210 Hailey Dial BE 4-5686 Flowers for Every Occasion Nancy Smith, Beverly Herndon, Kay Perdue, Trueitt lDooperl Hicks, and Greta Henderson re- lax while they exchange a bit of gossip at. . . 1405 Hailey Call BE4-4394 STREET DRUG 187 "WhaT do you Think of This one?" inquiries Virginia from The ample selecfion aT Piggly Wigglly. They 'Find Flynn of Dimple Lawrence as They select vegetables Thaf The produce is always Tresh.,'Q Pi ggly Wiggl E ew if 4- l is s yfwrfcf YSEEQANE :K Pat Fraley and Mike Everrs give a sample of The at G. D. FRALEY GAS CO. PaT and Mike are seniors quick and compleTe service That you always receive aT Newman High. G. D. Fraley Gas Co. i88 Si "This radio," says Mel Harp, "like everything that is sold here, is of the finest quality." Mel is a senior at Newman High. HARP MUSIC COMPANY TELEVISIONS RADIOS PHONOGRAPHS STRACENER'S HOME 8. AUTO SUPPLY 5 17-mcu oven-Au. DIAG. 5 iso so. IN. fi 55 ' vifwAaLs AREA . - 2125.1-A:1-1 : 'Fl-1- -Q-Q-Q'j.,:.:. . , . if ., ...-,-:'.,..::r:--x::: Ip.-1.'-1-1::::sa-..-onwdis. 1.i:..n4- Sporting Goods, Toys, Motorola T.V. Boats and Motors SOUTHWEST BODY WORKS AVENGER FIELD LOOP Bonnie Tinsley and Eileen Bradley find that Breeding's have shoes for every occasion and price range. BREEDINUS SHOE STORE x X X M' X x N. N X XX X1 . KX' 'XM .xqgxk xxi'x.,MN -,,,-...I , ww , YQQQO' , 0 f 3- 5' 3 ' 431 ' .145 . 4 . MQ k en' Af , A 'W -3, ff 'dip - LQ' 'ji few Z V ' Q? 'QQ g sz , M mf .. 'Elf' if ' A V TMJ. I 1:5 . 12.535251 ..,, u I , D 'Egg Qx if Q Wg 5' W rw, if , sm. . A - ' fa Q .gf-1 ta V Q F H W ' , MW' A M Toler Jewelry , 'COME TO US FOR YOUR GRADUATION GIFTS" AMAUE T. M. HICKS AUTO' SUPPLY W V' 308 E. BROADWAY BE 4-4992 CARMICHAEL MOTORS 218 WEST 3rd STREET Alsion Lumber Company m E. BROADWAY 213 OAK STREET Oclis Wafer New 81 Used Cars WHOLESALE AND RETAIL , DELIVERED ANYWHERE BY TRANSPORT S PHONE BE 4.4363 812 WEST BRQADWAY Both stores on wesi side of the square . Elizabeth Hampton and Bob Atkin- few of the many records available son are shown by Owen Wright a at your friendly Sears Roebuck store. SEARS 604 East Broadway SHAFFER'S SEAT COVERS 1115 Lamar Street McCRElGHT MUSIC CO. THE TEXAS GARAGE . , . 706 West Broadway "MusLc LS our Busznessn 905 East Broadway 1214 Hai ey BE 4-4733 PATE TYPEWRITER COMPANY 218 locust Street Sheila Barnett invites Sandra Sears for a ride in a new Buick from . . NORRED MOTOR COMPANY 219 West Broadway ' 2 ETZ STUDIO 81 CAMERA SHOP New CARS USED CARS -W5 W" QSWTQJG ARTHUR TAYLOR AUTOMOBILES 410 East Broadway P. 0. Box 476 Phones BE 4-2323, BE 4-2544, BE 4-2583 COWE N SHOE C I T 1 d P I S 'th h pZf?yy?mciY32n3'lhe wage liedimoiie " new STQRE 219 Oak Street 212 Locust Street 193 AIROLITE Window Decorators Custom Made Venetian Blinds gl Draperies Everything to Decorate Your Windows Call BE 4 - 3214 A cl-'ilu 4' a ni 0 E E P A I 359 GLOBE CLEANERS 304 East 3rd BE 4-4833 AUTO PARTS COMPANY 107 Pecan Strsst Phone BE 4-4874 "We Have Parts for Every Need" 194 eBRIIff'EfLUWiER CQQ15 -e-.,-fee htilgaegfif? OL Elggg-Bvgfzz2f,vc114IfgfAz,'1rfxffuffL +406i'FArr71vfiUs Ai9Qf'QeZ.Q,lQQ,ifxAs f e Jarvis Office Supply 81. Gifts West side of the square "See us for your wedding invitations and gifts' 215 Oak Street SWE ETWATER COTTON OIL North of City Robbie Palmer and Barton Williams take a look at some of the electrical fixtures sold at . . . Texas Electric Service Company 325 OAK STREET "We back you in every way possibl ' says Grady Puffs to Dalton Harvey and J. T. Lambert. Both boys a in local Future Farmers of America projects. SWEETWATER PRODUCTION CREDIT ASSOCIATION K X O X RADIO STATON DRUG "The best in music, news, and weather" 'I'I4 West Broadway Call BE 4-4655 Roby Highway Call BE 4-2555 PATTEN'S SPORTS SHOP BROTHERS STYLE SHOP 220 locust Street East side of the square "See us for your sporting goods." PI10l1e BE 4-4900 W1 was S eis eii ii i 1 si? Q ' ' f.....,....-M' "How's this one for size?" asks Judy Bowen of David Harris. She is showing him a box of Russell Siover candy sold exclusively af . . . B wen Drug Store Doscher Bldg. Dial BE 4-4601 "Your Walgreen Store" 'X .sq F ff e.1.m5inf nll"""""--r 1 1 if E NN ,x,.. X ,-Nfw. 11-Q' W A h I in a sleek new 1959 Chevrolet from . . . Stepplng out up hug sfye us semor Jean Pace FORESTER CH EVROLET CO. W. Broad Martin Sign Company 418 Oak Sfreel' C Il BE 43263 198 -flffffi fin an rem XX -W-fm-Tw Betfe May, iunior, 'reaches Doloras Teaff, senior, fhe Tool: trade during a tour Through . . . MAY BROTHERS LUMBER COMPANY CLAYTON WILLIAMS MOORE - EDISON GRAIN INSURANCE COMPANY AII Forms of Insuran A e you feeding lambs or calves This year? A X See us for your supplies." 5' L?F'5b'le ,t gurgl 13th s. Elm M I AC d Phone BE 4-3115 S fm Bonds Blue Bonnet Building PATTERSON FUNERAL HOME 610 East Third Sfreef Day or night call BE 4-4444 "Have a coke!" : ' E Z 2 :E 3 . if ' Xttaqinn All - Q num L X X f Q-.Q fl Coca Cola Bottling Company P CE PACKING COMPANY 1300 West Broadway XX WX BL UE BUNNE T HOTEL T1 BAHLMAN CLEANERS KIRBY KINSEY PRINTERS Pick Up 8. Delivery 909 East Broadway Call BE 4-9917 CATE - SPENCER FUNERAL HOME Dial BE 4-4717 Chapel located at 403 Locust SUNSET MOTOR LINES "We cover the West like the wind" For Information PLEASE CALL US DIAL BE 4-2771 BULLOCK ELECTRIC as E "You want it.. . . we print it 207 Cedar Street BE 4-34-'ll WELCH 8: HAMPTON ARCHITECTS Texas Bank Building Phone BE 4-32I9 T mmy Taylor and Billy Haley explain their friendly Ioan Wiring Supplies - Appliances -1 service to Yancey Jones at . . . Lighting Fixtures 311 Oak sneer SWEETWATER LOAN SERVICE Call BE 4-2025 312 Oak Street y 201 Congratulations to the SENIOR CLASS OF '59 THE STUDENT COUNCIL Jerry Miller-President John Bryant-Vice-President Patty Miller-Reporter Carolyn Comolli-Secretary-treasurer LINCOLN FURNITURE CO. 'A' Early American 'A' French Provincial 'k Modern Furniture FAMOUS NAME BRANDS 122 Vlfest Broadway SOBE'S DRESS SHOP 222 Locust Street Call BE 4-2772 TEXAS and ROCKET THEATRES "The Movies Are Better Than Evers' Rocket Drive-In on East Highway 80 Texas Theatre on East Side of the Square 307 Oak ' BE 4-4722 ,,,f'R "Cinderella was never treated like this," exclaims Connie Dooley as she tries on shoes at . . . ANTHONY'S Ann Clark learns how to make your future a safe and secure one with insurance from . . . DAVIS CLARK , INSURANCE 'Il 'rf' z i 1 , is Lx nowu Nxhi ASX g X JI --:.::... L- THE -ii 3 Y, 'hrr Xi,-if - I ' 'im YEARS 155532 1255355 5225222222: 1:15--iz .- .2:i:Z-521 VZ., .. .1.:,f.,, - -2121551 1:5"ff4 33556 1 ,fg-:4,31.' -9' ,5 , 5 Irvs qt! ,I I I P If : 4 G X 1 - UI -- I T' THRU ,- ,X , -I I-I ,LQ--H 0, , , I 1 I ' X, 'T 5 N I fx" 1 X f fi f 44 OPPING 'fEQ5gL:Q'3Ef:g1',1',:., , ' 3 A T 2:f:1A:Z " HAS BEEN A FAMILY TRADITION FREE PARKING FOLLOW THE CARS TO K1 -,357 1455: ,.:.QA2:1555::355555:5.-:-:-.,: Av. I ''.':1"'5'1:1:-zitisizggg I iff I .-am, ,Irv . E -. fH.,.:'alf7fi91W"1 -1221.9 '- ,A , f.::2:5:51rg:r:1-1-lf'-' qzyrl 11-' . ...M-2-.VV-:1V, aww' .y-'1-'3 1f"lw"T.- ,si-if "' ,,'-gf - ?'4 7'Z3f,.5:..H g:- ., 5 :- 43:31:15 ' 6 I ,,,, . 2-1-I-f.::-2:1-52211252212Q 1'- f -- W' All ' if I as ibrher . I Starr 3 203 Tom Crisman iust can'f resist all the wonderful bargains when he is shopping with Donella Allen and Kay Boyd at Stores at 501 Oak Street and at 901 East Broadwiy SHERIDAN OIL COMPANY Home of Siberling Tires 901 Pecan Street LOOK FOR THE SIGN OF THE FLYING RED HORSE Mobiloil MAGNOLIA PETROLEUM CO. BE 4-4454 .--"""""'w' Cusing Tools Tubing Tools Drill Collars Power TubirQ Tongs Plan a secure future with insurance from OCIE HUNT INSURANCE 'I05 West Third Street Power Casing Tong Betti Ga h r selects a new formal at . . . PENNEY'S OIL FIELD RENTAL TOOLS iii I1 :lu ls ay Inna Islay I1 lu Img: Ilzjmq 'VLWI QUMI mfs nzuvfnv 0 QE:-r E- ZZS'.:.-' linux Q.- Igngi Flllx Iam -.,.- Imax I!!-'1 I al. :.......,...A,, IB IYJ. KV ll .1 f:ff:f.x' 'SQESI LL... -QL, V I .-....I I I' 7.'liuI -V4 7.. I i i .I S .Y D. 1 'ax 1 .tn SWEETWATER RENTAL TOOLS 1106 E. BROADWAY Donna Barker seems to be planning for the future, while Trent Butler is more interested in enioying the present with some of the fine furniture at . . . MODERN FURNITURE Judy Davis, right, tells Dewey Gent and Juanita Nunn a thing or two about the International tractors and trucks sold at . . . DAVIS FARM EQUIPMENT 200 West 3rd Street 1104 Lamar Street This happy crowd is having the time of its life at Sweetwater's newest addition, THE S'WATER BOWL 307 Pecan Street world of ww :H iwnqnmh Tl' 4 W iv P,-r mm Www Scrooge McDuck doesn't have anything on Eddie Scott and John Bryant. They are counting their savings at the . . . if 207 l l l l 208 BRAZIL PHARMACY Mike Everts, Nancy Bromley, Jerry Davies, Linda Taylor, and Margaret Reeves gather for a coke and a few laughs Patty Miller, Linda Kouri, Bonnie Tinsley, Barton Williams, at the new Brazil Pharmacy. 1109 Lamar Street Call BE 4-5463 5 txxxlf 'ffm '-Quilt Q-ima Lf Carolyn Comolli is h lp ng Rita Stewart choose some flowers for that special occasion at . . . SWEETWATER FLORAL THE THOMPSON AGENCY "Properly 81 Casualty Insurance 'IO9 W. 3rd Sfreei Call BE 4-2751 "Serving Sweetwater Since 1925" l Congratulations To The YUCCA STAFF for a iob well clone PONY EXPRESS Newman High's Bi-weekly publication CfZ6fWw,L,f,j fgvwcifps Q IWW J d vgmwgm? WWMWAMU -5 7lcou.,LQ,LL,,fZ- . iowa A QWMLAGWLWWCVJ s f 3 . . T UML !ff02fLQ i 3. I ' dx , - nffMMffc4-cwzzmw ' ,MMC 2 f -X q r L - , Teachers only SHS scribbles. . . V 1 ' 066-0241 Qjfncffcf ' I 49255 1 XZPALQ, ,4,p 44M0,AJ AK! dxf? IA!! 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V wmLgamm3Q,xxA5emsmQ7maaL91wf,w RNA 'Y D 0 P A GQ QV? Q1 3 GNU I 'CMG M' SEED mul Q J1H3g'L3....F. n mmm UWt-5 mb ?sfih:3mf':2:": Pzizi 3 W., M492 imd flung W. M h f H py ming. A Q -CLNQJ 6 ,f up Q L WW X W Yi Reminiscing with yucca staffers. .Q,M,J.Ld5 ...A- ctivities .....,..,,,.... ,............... ............ 1 1 -34 dministration ..... ....... 1 28-132 dvertisers ,,,.,,..,.. ....... 1 83-210 guilar, Frances ..... ..........,.... 1 72 kguilar, Joe .......... ......................... 1 72 lexander, Jesse ..... .................................. 2 7, 84, 172 llen, Diane .......... ........................... 9 4, 138, 172, 200 Xllen, Donella ..,......,,, 14. 21, 27, 59. 60. 61. 71, 73, 75, 83, 94, 97, 143, 150, 204 ltom, Patsy ........ .................................. 8 0, 81, 160 nz, Mrs. John .......................................................... 132 rbaugh, Charles ,,..,...,,..,.,.....,......,.,.... 72, 96, 97, 172 irmstrong, N. B, CSonnyJ .............. 14, 102, 104, 143 shton, Betty ....,....................................................... 172 Athletics .,.,,,..,.,.,.., ,,,.,,,.i,,,,.,..,,..........,..,..,... . . 99, 121 Xtkinson, Bob ,...., ....... 2 5, 31, 73, 82. 89, 95, 97, 160, 200, 201 Azios, Martha ....... .......................................... 1 39, 143 1 -BT Bagley, James .,,.., ,.,............................................. 1 72 Bailey, Gary ..,... ,.,..,.,.,..,................. 9 7. 134, 172 3allew, sherry ............ 25, 31, 40, 51, 54, 71. 72, 74, 81, 89, 92, 127, 160 Banner, Dolores ....,,. .,,.. Eand ....................... ,............... 14, 15, 17, 29. 94-97 197 81, 12.0, 121, 160, 164, Sarker, Donna ..... .........,............... 1 3, 95, 160. 206 Rarnett, Sheila ,..,..,...,, 6, 53, 82, 160, 164, 192, 220 Sarnhill. Larry ........ ......................................... 8 4, 143 Sarnwell, Linda ...... ................. 1 4. 25. 53. 73, 75, 89, 92, 143, 153 Barrera, Robert ..... ..... 7 1, 75, 113, 114, 172 Barrett, Preston ....... ................................... 1 32 Rarron, Jimmy ,....... ,.........,............. 9 5, 172 ?artlett. Horace ..... ....................................... 8 7 Basketball .............. ................................. 1 08-113 East, Ann .........., ...... 7 2, 73, 75, 76, 93, 172 Sast, Kay ........... ...,....,, 1 4, 72, 75, 93, 172 Saugh, Palmer ...... ...,.. 2 2, 23. 69, 80, 172. Seall, Linda ........... .................................. 8 0 Zearden, Sherry ..................................................,. 84, 172 leinhauer, Roy .......................................................... 172 Belew, Billy .....,..,,.. 22, 23, 25, 49, 75, 84, 103, 110, 111, 112, 114, 173, 174 Zenson, Nancy ...,,. .,....,.,.,............,,......,.........r.. 7 6, 160 Bevan, Maureen ...... ,.........................,.. 9 4 Eevel, Linda ,..,,,.....,.... ..... 7 2, 85, 117, 173 lirrningham, Nancy ..............,.....,..,..........,....... 65, 173 Bishop, A. C. .........................................,..,................... 87 Bishop, Don ...,.,..,..,..,.,... 14, 37, 57, 75, 78, 102, 107, 118, 119, 143, 145 Sishop, Margaret ...,.., .,,.,.....,.,..........................,.... 1 73 3lailock, Patsy ......... ............... 6 5, 80, 85, 117, 160 Slair, Darlene ...................................... , .............., 81, 160 Blair, Kay ......................,. 16, 29, 72, 95, 98. 173, 174 Hollinger, Miss Louise ..,....,,.,...,.,..,..,,...,.... 80, 81, 139 Bonner, Rovce 1.,...........,.,,....,...,......... 76, 101, 115, 160 Souchett, Frank ........ 14, 32, 88, 111, 115, 143, 151 Bowen, Judy ...........,.... 22, 26, 28, 32, 43. 60. 70, 71, 72, 73, 82, 83, 89, 134, 173, 180, 197, 220 Bowen, Mrs, Joe ,...,,.........,,.,,,,,...,.,,....,,...................... 83 Boyd, Kay ............... ,,.,... 4 , 160, 204 Sradberry, Billy ...,, ,.,,.....,,,..,...,..,...,.............. 8 6, 173 Zradford, Eddie .................................... 72, 76. 88, 173 Bradley, Eileen ............ 29, 31, 34, 69, 73, 74, 75, 82, 89, 97, 95, 98, 143, 144, 157, 189, 220 Bradley, Joyce .......... 22, 69, 72, 73, 75, 95, 173, 174 ' 80 94 Brady, Connie ..............,.....,........................... , , 173 Brannon, Lawrence ................................,................... 87 Bredemeyer, Gloria ..... ............. 7 5, 95, 96, 160 Bredemeyer, LaVerne ................................. . .......,...... 173 Bredemeyer, Yvonne ............ 74, 75, 88, 89, 95, 160 Bristow, Sue .................................................. 74, 76, 173 Brock, Ben .......... ........ 1 2, 26, 79, 82, 83, 131, 140 Brock, Mark ,,,., .,..,,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,....,.,.,,...,.,r..., 4 5 Bromley, Mike ,,......................,......,....,,.....,., 99, 12.0, 143 Bromley, Nancy ............. 96, 138, 173 Bromley, Nancy Charlene .......... 73, 75, 92. 120. 121, 143, 144, 208 Brookes, Leigh .................. ...................... 1 73, 200 Brooks. Lowell ...,.,.. ,.......... 9 4, 160 Brookshire, John ........ Brown, Barry .,.,,,,., ,.,. 9 5, 97. 173 Brown Bill ,.,,,,..,...... ,.,,,,, 1 20, 134 Brown Mrs. Bill .......................................................... 131 Brown, Donald Ray .......,...................................... 86. 137 Brown Joyce ...... 14, 23, 25, 36, 73, 75, 92, 114, 157 Brown, Peggy ...................................................... 27, 173 Browning, Jerry Wayne ......,. ..... 8 6, 161 Browning, Shirley ................... ................................ 1 73 Bruner, Carolyn .......................................................... 87 Bryant, John ............ 22. 25, 34, 70. 71, 74. 75, 78, 102, 104, 105, 106, 115, 144, 2.07 Burke, Jimmie ......................,..................................... 144 Burkhart, Ted .....................,......,......,..,..................... 86 Burklow, Billy ....... ....,, 3 6, 88, 94, 97. 144 Burleson, Barbara ...... ............................ 7 5, 96, 173 Burnett, Charles ..... ....... 8 4, 109, 114, 115, 173 Burnett, Helen ..... ............................... 2 2, 81, 144 Burrows, Betty ........ ..... . .23, 32, 36, 47. 85, 88, 92, 116, 117, 144 Buster, P. H. ..... ...,,......................... 7 0, 71, 140 Butler, Trent ....,.. ....... 2 6, 28, 30, 60, 61, 72, 78, 83, 88, 144, 206, 220 -0. Caldwell, Brenda ....... .............,......,.. 7 2, 74, 81, 173 Caldwell, Roy ......... ...... 2 8, 30, 73, 74, 76, 77, 144 Carpenter, Jackie ...... ......................,.................. 1 73 Carpenter, Leslie ....... .,..,...... 1 73 Carter, Carole ...,.... ..... 7 6, 144 Carter, Clifton ...... . ..,., 87, 144 Cassady, Hazel .,..,,... .......,....,., 1 74 Castro, Natalia ....... .................. 1 61 Cavitt, Lester ......... ..........,....., 2 2, 86, 144 Chastain, Frances ..... ..................................... 1 74 Cheerleaders ............ ..... 1 5, 16, 18, 33, 90, 91 Choate, Jack .................................................... 101, 145 Chorus ............. ........,......,....,............,.,.,...,.... 6 8, 76, 77 cHark,Ann ,,....,..... 23,26,32,43,72,73 75 76 77 171, 172, 174, 202 Clark, Joe ........... ................................ 2 8, 94, 109, 161 Clark, Norma .,.... ,..,.,,.,.,,.,,,,.,,,,,, 1 61 Classes ................ 141-180 Class Scenes ...... Clift, James ....... Clopton, Travis ..... Collett Collins, Collins Collins, Peggy ------ Earl ..... Elaine ....... Joe ..... 63-68 174 72, 161 161 , 161 27, 81, 161, 163 2l5 Comolli. Carolyn .,.,,,...,,, 4, 5, 21, 26, 32, 34, 37, 54, 58, 70, 71, 73, 75, 78, 92, 120, 121, 145, 209 Conway, Billy ....,,..............,,,....,,,........................ 76, 161 Copeland, Richard ,,,.... ............. 9 4, 174 Coplen, Linda ............. .......,,...... 1 39, 174 Cornelius, Evelyn ..,,. ...... 7 2, 75, 95, 162 Corfman, John ,..... ......,........,....................... 1 82 Cothron, Leslie ....,. ......................,........,.... 8 9, 145 Cowan, Carl ......... ......... 3 0, 75, 103, 104, 145, 146 Cowan, Don ....., ....,,..........,,......,,,....,...... 1 05, 159, 162 Cox, Ronnie ........,... 4, 5, 23, 45, 105, 114, 171, 174 Craig, Barbara ......................,.........,..................... 81, 145 Craver, Nancy .....,. ....,.,..,.............,,,.,,............. 7 4. 145 Creech, Eugene .,... .... 1 02, 105, 106, 137, 145, 155 Creech, Peggy ...,,,, ...............,...........,....... 8 0, 174 Creed, Wilma ,,,.. .....,...,....,,....,.............. 8 5, 174 Crisman, Tom ...... ........ 1 2, 95, 145, 204 Crissup, Martin .... ................. 1 09, 114 Critz, Earline .... Gerald ...,.... 1Croan. Margaret ........ Crosby, Frances Culwell, Billy ...... Curtain Club ........ Critz, Daniel, Danny ...... Davies, Jerry .,... Davis, Davis Davis Davis, Davis Davis Bettye ..... Frances .... Frank ........ Jerry ..... Judy ..... Suzanne Decker Judy .DeBufsk, Paul ....... v ------- N ------- Densmore, Dr. A. Densrnore, Cindy Donnelly, Brian Dooley, Connie .,..... Duncan, Carrol ...... Duran, Henry ...., Duran, Richard .. Durkee, John ........... Duron, Pauline .,.... Durham, Lana ....... Durham, Larry ...... 73, 75, 80, 145, 153 76, 77, 174 76, 94, 162 13, 28, 73 -D... 2.1, 162, 167, 208 74, 79, 95, 146, 157 74, 146 71, 127, 137 8, 9, 21, 23, 25, 40, 46, 53, 59, 82, 206 74, 75, 88, 162 22, 76, 146 76, 162 129 14, 95, 97, 146, 202 120, 121, 146 81, 92, 162 14. 60. 61, 83, 109. 115, 174, 197, 220 Eager, Lou Nell ...,.... ..... 5 2, 76, 171, 174, 178, 181 Eddy, Tootsie ..,.,.,,, .....,.,..,..l,.,,,.,....,..,..,...l,,. 1 75 Edwards, Sandra ...... ,,.... 1 6, 29, 32, 72. 75. 88, 95. 98, 162 Elliott, Glenda ..,........ 80, 92, 146, 152. 190 Elliott, Mrs. Roberta ,..,,....,.,..........,...., 22, 80, 92, 139 Ely, Don ...,,,..........,,..............,.l, 104, 110, 112, 113, 162 England, Bill .............. ...., 2 3, 28, 37, 47, 73, 89, 95, 97, 142 146 Fnsley, Jackie ......,..... 70, 71, 114, 115, 175 Epperson, George ...... ..,.......,,,,.,......,.... 1 09, 175 Etz, George ............ ,,....,,..,,....,,,,.,....,.,..,....,..,.. 2 20 Evans, Dwain ..... ....l..,.,.......,,,.,,.,...,.....,..,,... 1 32 Everts, Mike ..,... 25, 103, 146, 147, 188, 208 Faculty .......... ............................ I 22, 133-140 Favorites .......,..... ,,,,.... Feagan, Carrol Fielder, Jack .... Fielder, Jackie ....,.. ...... 7 1, 75, Fincher, Eddie Flickenger, C. H. ..... . Flickenger, J. H, Floyd, Patricia ...... Flusche, Phillip Flynn. Virginia ...... Football ............... Forester, Wade ..... Forgerson, C. J. .... . Foster, Starla ............ Fowler, Dr. LeR ay ..... .........,..... 22, 23, 47, 48, 1 19, 104, 108, 10 111, 112, 119, 11 31 1' ....... ...... ...... . .... , 1 103, 145, 146, 12 13 17 .. 89, 94, 175, 21 .. 88, 93, 162, 15 100-ll r 15 17 Fox, Mlke .................................................................. 11 Fox, Patricia CBooJ ............ 16. 26, 35 38, 43, 46, 5 72, 73, 75, 90, 91, 92, 147, 15 Foy, Alex .................... 26, 28, 30, 31, 43, 44, 74, 7 76, 77, 80, 163. 2C Fraley, Pat ................ 4, 17, 27, 38, 57, 100. 147. 15 Franklin, Jerry ................................ 120, 121, 163, lf Freeman, Barbara .............................. 80, 85, 117, 11 Freeman, Lavaughn ........ .................... 8 4, 86, 14 Fry, Jimmy ....,,........... ......................... 2 2, 84, E Fullwood, Bonnie .... .... 2 6, 44, 45, 80 93, 1E .Fullwood, Linda ...,.... ........,........... 8 0, 85, 17 Fullwood, Shirley .................. .......... 8 5, 11 Furry, Joy .............................,.......... Future Farmers of America ............. Future Homemakers of America Future Teachers of America ..... -G- Gaines, Elaine Gaither, Ardis v- 85. 14 20, E 80, E 31, 74, 'E 81, 163, 167, 19 5 18, 23, 24, 25 27, 38, 50, 79. 88, 99, 100, 102, 103, 106, 107, 143, 1 Gaither, Betti Gardner, Joy .. Gause, Mary ........ Gee, Darla ........... General Metals ............................................ Gent, Dewey 71, 72, 73. 75, 82, 9 175. 205. 2 12, 92, 1 14, 147, 19 86 Gerald, Joe ........ 23, 74, 109, 115, 119, 171, 175 17 Geron, Nelson ...,.,........,..,...,,,...,.. Geron, Tommy ...... ...,,........,...,.,,,, Gillilan, Betty ...... Girls' Sports Club Givens, June ........ Glass, Wayne .... 'Golf .......................... Gomez, Helen .........,,. Goodrum, Frankie ....... Gossett, Roy ............. Gotcher, Perry ...... Green, Brenda ..... Green Green, Patsy ...... Green, Russell ..... Greer, Darlene .. Greer, Gavnell ........ Grissom, Wesley ....... , Gayle ........ Grubbs, Don ........... v 28, 73, 94, 134, 19 84, 17 .............................. . 17 17 17 118 1' 76, 95, 17 87, 16 65, 80, 17 87, 14 81, 17 84, 161 16 92, 116, 117, 14 65, 133, 17' Jnn, Darlene ...... ....................... ....... 8 5 , 117, 176 -H.. aas, Fred ....... ....................... ................ 1 7 6 albert, J. W. ................ ................. 1 40 aley, Bill ........................ ................ . 201 ampton, Elizabeth ........ ......... 7 4, 87, 192 anes, Peggy ,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,, ,.,,................ 9 5, 176 aney, Miss Marie ......... ..... 9 3, 127, 136, 138 ankins, Nedra ......... ...... 8 1, 96, 97, 163 'ardin, Herman ....... ......................... 8 7 ardin, Morris ...... .......................... 1 48 'ardin, Philip ,,,,,,.. ...... 3 0, 72, 89, 148 farnest, Charley ..... .........................,... 1 32 Qarnest, Pam .......... ........,.................... 2 4, 25 Qarp, Mel ,A,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,.,.,,,,,,, 173, 94, 97, 148, 189 larris, Bettv ....,...............,...................,..............,.... 148 larris, David ........ 30, 32, 72, 74, 133, 176, 180, 197 larriss. Miss Joann ..........,................................. 73, 136 artgraves, Harry ...... .......... 1 76 artgraves, O. M. ...........,. .... . . 182 artley, Lenard ..... ........................... 1 82 arvev, Dalton ...... ..... 8 4, 148. 155, 196 latfield, Doris ....... .................................., 8 0, 94. 163 Iawley, Carolee .............................. 16, 21, 23. 28. 59. 72, 73, 90, 91, 92, 95, 97, 163 ayes, Carlton ...... .................................,..,............ 1 76 ayes, Jarvis ....... 14, 84, 101, 103, 106, 148 .ayes, Johnny ....,. .......................................... 1 76 ayes, Thurman ....... ....... 8 4, 137 ayley, 'Pony .......,.. .- ......... 76, 109 Yealer, Frank ........ .......,...,. 7 6, 176 lefner. Raymond ....,. ........ 6 6. 137, 182 lenderson. Greta ...... ...... 7 2. 75, 164 Iendon, Dean ......... ............. 9 6. 176 iendrix. Mac .....,....... ..,,....,.,,.... 9 5 '76 -lenington, Lynda ...... ........... 7 3, 81, 95, 164 Ieninszton, Jim .,........... ............................,.... 8 4, 176 Tenington. Vonzell ..... ....... 8 5, 92, 116, 117, 148 -Tenson, Bobby ......... .............,....,..............,.. 1 48 ierndon, Beverly ....., .,..,........... 8 , 19. 23, 40. 103. 164, 187. 200 ilerron. Billy ........................ 96, 97, 99. 148. 185. 200 dicks, Trueitt CDooperJ ................,. 16. 78. 90, 91, 92, 148, 154, 187, 200 Hicks, Lewis ..,............. ..,,.....,.,,...........,,... 1 76 Hirth. Ben .........,.,.. ,.i,,,..,,,,,,.,,,,,,..,., 1 82 Hillyard, Barbara ..... ,,,,,,. 7 6, 176 Holbert, Judy ........ ..,........,.,.......,..,,.,,,.....,..,,...... 1 48 Holcomb, C. A. ............,...,,..,,.,,.,..,,,,,.,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,, 132 Holcomb. Janyth ............ 16, 29, 70, 72, 95, 98, 164 Hollis, Jimmy ,,,..,..,, . ,,,.,,,,,,.,,.,,,.,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 164 Holloman, Barbara ..,.,., ,,,,,,, 7 5, 96. 176 Holloway, Joyce .,.,..,,. ,,,,, 5 1, 87, 149 Holmes, Mrs. Louise gomecoming .....,,,.,.,,. oover, James ...... Horne, Alice ...,.... orner, Mickey ...... udgins, Manley ....... 59, 158, 23, 43, 93, 172, 109, 115, 133, 177, 202 177 177 181 unt, Mary Ann .... ...... 7 O, 71, 117, 164 unt, Ocie .,,....,.,,., ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,, 2 05 yatt, Joyce ........ ......., 8 1, 120, 177 . C- T. .,.... . ................ ........ 6 6. 87. 95 mken, Glenn ,.,,,,..,,,,,,,., ,,,,,.,,, 7 6. 177 nterscholastic League .... 29, 88, 89 ..J.. Jackson, Vernie Dell ............................ 73, 75, 164, 186 Jameson, James ........................ ..........,................. 8 4 Johnson, Stanley .......................................... 84, 86, 149 Johnson, W. O, .......................,.................,...,............ 135 Jolley, Linda ............ 23, 48, 71, 76, 77, 80, 117, 164 Jones, Durrell ...................................................... 86, 94 Jones, Etta ........ .................... 8 1, 164 Jones, Iris ........ ..... 7 5, 88, 95, 164 Jones, J. A. ..... ....................................... 1 82 Jones, Kay .......... ......,........,................... 8 5, 177 Jones, Yancey ....... ........ 4 5, 82, 139, 149, 152, 206 ...K- Kasinger, James ...... ...... ...................... 8 7 , 149 Kendrick, Karen ........ ..... 4 1, 164, 165, 186 Kennamer, Wanda .......................... 177 Kennon. Elaine .,........ ..... 9 6, 165, 168, 197 Kidd, Wanda .............. ................ 9 3, 165 Killen, Mrs, J. E. .......... 182 King, Gail ............ ............. 1 77 King of Hearts ..... ..... 2 6, 44, 45 Kinsey, Kirby ...... ........................ 1 2-9 Knox, Jay .,,.,,.,,,,. ....,.,......,,..,.......... 1 04, 165, 200 Knutson, Larry ....................................................,..... 177 Kouri, Linda ....,........... 16. 21, 23. 25. 26, 43, 49, 51, ' 59, 72, 90, 91, 93, 176, 177, 208 Kreidel, Bobby ...................,.,.............................. 86, 165 ...L- Lambert, C. E. ..... ........................................... 1 29 Lambert, J, T. ..... ........ 1 3, 71, 84, 86, 103, 104, 149, 196 Land, Don ............... ......,,......,......................... 1 65 Lane, Bobby ................,..,....................,..... 75, 149. 153 Lawrence, Dimple 16, 29, 32, 75. 92, 95, 98, 135, 165, 188 Lawrence, Garna ..,.............,......,...,.,........,. 81, 120, 177 Leach, Millard ............ 16, 69, 90, 91, 92, 94. 97, 165 Lee, Allen ....,..i.... ....,.,.......,,,,.,....,..,,,,,.,..,,.,..........., 1 77 Lee, Nancy ........... ......,.......,,......,.....,., 4 , 72, 95, 165 Lewis, Dorothy ..... ..... 7 6, 77, 80, 93, 165 Lewis, Merrill ....i. ,...........,.,.....,,........ 1 65 Library Club ...... ..,.... . .................... 9 3 Lieb, Billie .......... .,,,.,, 7 2, 120, 165 Lightfoot, Alice ....,,... ...,,,,.,,,.....,,,, 1 77 Lincoln, Hudson ,,...,.. ,,.,,,,,,,,.,,.,, 1 29 Lindsey, Charles .,,.,.., ,,,..,,,,.,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,.,, 1 77 Linn, John ...,...... ..,.,,...,..,,,,.,,,,,,,..,,.,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,., 1 82 Loeb, Betty ...... 31, 34, 72, 73 74. 75, 88, 92, 165, 185 Logsdon, Billie ......... ...,,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 49 Long, Lynda ....,...............,........ ....,. 7 6, 165 Los Conquistradores ..................... ,,,,., 3 1, 72 -Mo- McCain, C, E. ,........... ..,,...,,....,.,, ,,,,., 3 0 McCaleb, Tommie ....,, ,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,.,,,,.,,.,, 1 77 McCord, Susie ..,,.,,,,.,.... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,, 7 2 MCCOrk1e, Cay Lynn ....... ....... 2 3, 31, 71, 72, 74, 75, 88. 93, 147, 149 McCormick, Billie ,,,,,,,,,,,., 80, 85, 92, 149 McCoy, Loyd ,.,.,,,,,,.,,.,., ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 82 McCullough, Lenora ........ ,...,.,,,,, 7 5, 96, 97, 138, 177 McDonell, Betty ........ ....... 1 7, 79, 80, 85, 92, 116, 117, 148, 149 McDonell, R. D. ..,........ ,,,,,.,.,,,,,.,,,,,.,.,.,,,.,.,.,,,,, 1 77 McElhaney, Barbara ,.,..,. ,,,,,, 8 0, 166 'McGlothing, Martha ..... 43, 72, 76, 77 McGuire, Lindell ...,.,,.,. ,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,.,, 8 7, 166 McGuire, Nancy ...... ...... 7 9, 80, 88, 92, 150 McGuire, Patsy ....,.., ,,.,..,,,.,.,,.,,,..,,,,,,,,,.,,,.,.,.,,, 8 5, 177 McJunkins, Don ,,..,..,.,,,.,.,,,,4,,.,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, 76, 94, 177 .M- Maintenance ,,,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,4 Maldonado. Daniel ..... Marshall, Edward ........ Martin, Billy ..,,,,.,,,,, Martinez. Emily ..... Massey. Annette ...... May, Bette ,..,...,,.,,A.,. , Means, Andy ...,.,,,.,.,,,,,.. Mechanical Drawing Midkiff. Floyd ......... 182 86 89, 150 23, 34, 111, 159, 166 80, 92, 150, 152 73, 75, 88, 166, 198 1 .. ....,................. 23, 25, 39, 57, 70, 71, 72 87, 139, 140. 150, 151, 200 Miller, Patty ...... ..............,............ 1 4. 70, 71, 73, 75, 78, 92, 145, 150 Miller, Sylvia .....,,,,,,.. ,.,.,,,,, 8 5, 117, 166 Mizer, Ronnie .....,.,,.,. .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 66 Montgomery, Lillian ...,,.. ..,,,,,, 8 0, 177 Mooney, Tommie . Morgan, Charles ...... 94, 97, 177 Morgan, Guy ........ ..... 1 ..,. 8 7, 166 Morgan, James ....., ..,,,.,..,...,. 1 66 Mr, Mustang ,...,. ,..,.,,,...., .,..,,,.,. 5 6 , 57 Mustangettes ..... ............,....... .,... 1 1 6, 117 -N- Nations, Charles ,..... ,,,.,,....,,,,,,,.,.,..,,,..,...,.,.,, 1 49, 150 Nayfa, Maureen .....,. ..... 3 8, 73, 80, 88, 95, 97, 166 Neal, Mrs. S .H. ..... 1 Neeper, Jackie ...,... ,,,....,,,...,,.......,.,.,..... 1 37, 206 Neeper, Wayland ....,. ...,l... 3 0, 150 Nelson, Thearl ...... ......, 7 4, 150 Newman High .......... .,,..,.l,,. 1 22 Newman, Mannon ,,.... ...,.,. 7 4, 150 New Year Girl ..,,,... ,,,..,,,,,,,,... 4 6 Norman, Kay ,,...,..... ....,.. 7 6, 178 Norred, M. A, .,,.......,. ...........,., 9 4, 166 Nunn, Mrs. Charles ................. ........... 3 0, 92, 139 Nunn, Juanita ,.........,.,....,.......,.......,.... 75, 89, 166, 206 -0.. Odom, Frank ........., .......,.......,, ..,.,, 8 7 , 150, 190 O'Donald, Don .......,.. .......... .........,........ 1 7 8 O'Donald, Patricia ...... ....... 7 1, 178 Ohlenbusch, Janet ....... Olvera, Edward ........ Organizations ......... Ortego, Panfilo .... Osteen, Patsy ..... Overton, J, G. .... . 178 138, 178 69, 98 166 89, 138, 149 .P- Pace, Jean ...... ..... Palafox, Louis ......... Palmer, Jim Tom . Palmer, Roger .......... Palmer, Robbie ..... Parish, Doris ..... Park, Betty ........ 14, 26, 27, 43, 70, 73, 75, 89, 92, 151, 198 26, 30, 42, 74. 75, 83, 88, 140, 166, 195, 220 80, 178 85, 117, 167 Parker, James ........ ..... 2 7, 57, 101, 102, 108, 109, Parsons, Patricia ..... Patrick, Ruby ........ 111, 112, 150, 151 93, 178 Patterson, Buford ,..... ,..... 9 9, 104, 108, 110 111, 112, 164 Patterson, Ronnie .........,......,...........,,..,............... 24. 25 Patterson, Pat ..............,... 17, 31, 35, 60, 68, 97, 136 Patterson, Virginia Patterson, Wendell ..... Perdue, Kay .....,.. Personality ........... Perry, Leonard ,.... Perrvman, Anna ...... Perrvman, Edyth ....... Pettus, Danny ........ Petty, Carolyn ...... Phemister. Winnie ..... Pitts, Grady ....,..,...,. Pitts. Sandra ........ Pollard Marilyn ,...... 26, 43. 72, 73, 76 77. 89, 92, 151 6, 16, 28. 72, 73. 82, 90 91, 176, 178, 197. 22C 75, 80, 92, 167, 187 118, 115 85, 175 65, 73, 78, 148, 151 26, 28, 42 43, 65, 73. 89, 134, 167 72, 76, 77, 151 Pony Express ........,.......,,...........,.... 32, 68, 78, 79, 85 Porter, Jovce .l.......... 28, 51, 73, 76, 77, 89, 92, 151 Powers, Matthew ......................,..i.......................... 132 Prewitt, Shirley ...... ..,.. 8 5, 92, 116, 117, 151 Price, Denver ,..,,,, ...,.,.......,,,........................ 8 6, 167 Price, Roy ,,...,,,,. ,........,.......,.,........ 6 5, 84, 114, 178 -R,- Radney, Ronny ...... Rawlings, Lee ........ Rayburn, Mary ......... .1111111111111111111111. 178 151 11fff'5!i,'"i5',"'i6,"'ii"85,"'151' 167 Reams, Mary Ann .................................. 75, 95, 97, 151 Reams, Robert ......, ............. 1 01, 179 Reed, Don ............. .............. 1 32 Reed, Garland ........ Reeves, Margaret ....... Reeves, Mrs. Norma ..... .. 11111111. 167 nh.89,179,208 111111111.182 Reid, Joseph ..............,. ............... 1 51 Ribble, Peggy .......... .............. 1 79 Richards, Carole ..... .............. 8 7, 15 Richardson, John ....... ....... 8 9, 97, 15 Roberson, Lonnie ..... ...................... 8 7 Roberts, John .............. ..................................... 7 5, 179 Roberts, Mary Ellen .............................. 81, 89, 92, 167 Roberts, Sheri ............ 72, 73, 76, 77, 178, 179, 200 Robertson, Melvin .......................... 100, 108, 114, 139 179 Roberick, Sharon ........ ..................................... 8 0, Rodriguez, Jessie ...... Rogers, Mondel ....... Roland, Rosalice .... Romine, Imogene ..... 1111. 81 1111111 18 11111111. 16 85, 117, 168 Rushing, Ray ........... ................ ..... 8 6 , 137, 15 Rushing, Ray Jr. ............................ .................... 8 -S- Sagebiel, E. A, ...... ............................................ 1 32 Sanders, George ,...... .....................,.......... 8 6, 104, 152 Sanders, Nedra ..... ...... 2 8, 73, 74, 75, 89, 92, 15 Savage, Billy .............. ..,,......l........ 3 8, 100, 108, 12 Savage, Mrs. Billy ........... ........................ 1 8 Scarborough, Marvin ........................................ 179, 18 Schulze, Darwin .,.. Scobey, Elizabeth ............ 28, 34, 73, 75, 89, 92, 168 Scott, Eddie .......... Scott, Jimmie ........ Scott, Mary .....,... Scott, Sarah .......... Seale, Do rothy ..... 11 4,39,51,78,101,1o2 104,107,144,152,207 .1111111111111111111 86 11111111111111111 168 .11 168 11 179 .1111 Scott, Jimmie ........ ....... .. .............. .......... 8 6 Scott, Mary ......... ........... . .. ........ ........ 1 68 Scott, Sarah ....... .... ....... 1 6 8 Seale, Dorothy ..... ........................................ 1 79 Seale, Jearl ....... ........................................... 1 68 Sears, Sandra ..... ..... 4 , 25, 30, 64, 72, 76, 77, 168 192 Selmon, Beth ..........................................................,. 179 Sepeda, Rumaldo ..................,.........,................. 109 179 Sexton, Carol ............ 54, 73, 80, 92, 96, 97, 168, 200 Shafer, Gene .....................................,.............. 87 168 Sheffield, Ronnie .......... .................... 1 52 Sheridan, Miss Laura ......... ....... 7 4, 89, 134 Shilling, Jimmy .................,... ......... 1 03 152 Shilling, Linda Greenhaw ...... .............. 1 68 Shirley, Eugene ............... ...... 7 7 135 Shook, Charles ..... .........,....... 1 79 SHS Contest .... .... 2 6, 42, 43 Shuler, Ernest ..... ................. 1 79 Simmons, Zelma ....... ..... 8 0, 164, 169 Simms, Bill .....,.... ................. 1 79 Sims, Oscar .....,. ............................,............. 8 6 Sims, Lesley ....... .... 152 Sipe, Buddy .,..... ..... 2 6, 27, 28, 44, 45, 94 169 Smith, Anna ..... ............................................. 7 6 Smith, Clara ....... .................................. 8 1 168 Smith, Joan ........ ...... 3 4, 73, 80,,81, 92, 169 Smith, Nancy ...... ............... 7 2, 81, 169, 187 200 Smith, Paula ...,........ ...... 8 29 92, 159, 169, 193, 200 Smith, Wayland ....... .............. 8 9, 94, 97, 149, 152 Smith, Woodrow ...................................................... 137' Sorrells, Ralph ....,,....,......,.,,..........................,........... 169 South, Olaf ................ 21, 24, 25, 42, 50, 58, 128 129 South, Mrs. Olaf .,..................................................... 128 Sowell, Emilie ..,,,..........,.................... .................... 1 79 Sparkman, Mrs. Phil ...... ..... 8 5, 116 139 Spencer, Jerry ............ ....,..... 8 6 169 Stage Band .............. ............... 3 1 Stanley, Larry ..... .,,........... 7 6 169 Stenognaphers ............ .......................... 6 6 Stevenson, Gerald ..... ..... 7 3, 88, 96 169 Stevenson, Jerry ...,. .,............,............ 8 7 152 Stewart, Carolyn ...,..,...........,....,,..,,..,...................... 179 Stewart, George .,...................... 72, 73, 75, 88, 95 169 Stewart. Mary .......... 65, 70, 71, 79, 88, 89, 138 153 Stewart, Rita ........................ 41, 72, 76, 77, 169 209 Stone, Neva ............ ........,......,.,............... 1 52, 153 186 Storrs, Barbara ............ 81, 85, 88, 92, 116, 117 153 Storrs, Wanda ........ ...,,.............i....,.,...,.... 8 1, 85 179 Strickland, Mary .... ..........,,,,,,,,.,.,,...............,..,, 1 79 Student Council ...... ......,.. 7 0, 71 Suitt, Donnie ..,,,,.,.. .,.,,..,.,,..,,, 1 53 Sullivan, Avery ....,,,, .,..........,,.,.... 1 32 Sullivan, Bertha ...... ..,..,,... 8 1, 85, 179 Sullivan, Doris .... ..... 6 5, 80, 93, 179 Sutton, Deloris ..... ,.........,,. ........,,..,. 8 0 , 179 Sweethearts ....,,.. .......,.,,,,..... ......... 5 4 , 55 ...T- Talbot, J, A. ....... .,.........i..........,,...................... 1 82 Talbot, Vera .,,.............,,...,.,.........,...,,,,,.. 76, 80, 92, 153 Taylor, Carolyn ...,,.,..... 72, 73, 76, 81, 134, 179, 193 Taylor, Carolyn Sue ........................,......................., 153 Taylor, James .....,.,,. ....... . . ...........,, 76, 77, 153 Taylor, Douglas ...... ...... 7 6, 77, 84, 169 Taylor, Linda ........ .....,.. 7 1, 169 208 Taylor, Louise ...... .................... 1 80 Taylor, Milton .,,.... ................. 1 69 Taylor, Patsy .,..,.. .................................... 7 3, 93, 170 Taylor Teaff, , Robert .................,..........,l.....,........,....... Doloras ............ 87, 153 21, 24, 25, 27, 31. 39, 50, 51, 59, 73, 74, 75, 83, 92, 96, 97, 142, 143, 153, 198 220 Tennis ....,,..,,,.,.........,,,....,................,,.................. 120, 121 Terrell, Farnum .......... ...,,.............................. 9 4, 180 Terrell, Mrs, Walter ................................,....,,............. 25 Thomas, James ................ 22, 60, 70, 83, 84, 137, 180 Thompson, Sue ,,,,,.,,,,.,,...,,,,.,................ 85, 92. 116, 153 Tinsley, Bonnie ............ 6, 25, 31, 34, 53, 74, 75, 82, 92, 142, 147, 153, 157, 189, 208, 220 True, Wayne ........................................ 76, 89, 134, 170 Tucker, Jack ..........................,............................... 67, 86 Turnbow, Ronnie ..,,,,, ...... 1 09, 114, 115, 180 Turner, Elwood ,,,.,, .....,.. 7 5, 100, 101, 138 Turner, George ....... ............ 1 18, 119, 170 Turner, Larry ..... .,.....,.................,.,.... 1 80 Turner, Pat ....,.. ...... 7 2, 96, 97, 178, 180 Turpin, Steve ..... .............. ...................... 8 7 , 153 Twirlers ............ .................... ...... 1 6 , 29, 98 ..V... Valdez, Socorro .......................... ............................. 1 80 VanDever, Mila Beth ...... ...... 2 6, 42, 43, 53, 73, 77, 172, 180 VIC ...............,............................... .................,....,..... 8 7 Vinson, Mrs. Garland ...................,.. ...... 6 4, 89, 134 -W- Waggoner, Pat ......... ............. .......,.... 1 5 4 Walker, Ruby .........,,. ,.,..,,.. 8 5, 180 Walker, Sue .,.................. ,....... 8 1, 96, 170 Walst-on, Mrs. J. W. ....... ................. 8 9, 134, 135 Walston, Pamela .......... ........,.,,.......... 8 1, 96, 180 Watson, Jimmy ........ .....,,. 2 5, 75, 104, 114, 170 Weaver, Kenneth ..... .............. 1 04, 105, 180 Weems, Charles .,,,,,, ..,,, 9 6, 97, 170 Whitaker, Ronnie ..... ....,,....,....,,, 8 6 White, Billy ................, .,,.,..........,,. 8 8, 96, 170 White, John W. ...........,...... ....................... 1 30, 131, 133 Whittenburg, Wendell ............ 73, 75, 104, 146, 154 Whittington, Wendell ...... ........ 1 09, 154, 180, 186 Whitworth, Linda .....,,.,., ,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, 8 1, 170 Who's Who ......,.,...,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,., 36, 41 Wilkerson, Johnny Marie ,..,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,,,,,,. 80, ,85, 154 Williams, Barton .................... 14, 32, 34, 75, 78, 142, 144, 154, 195, 208 Williams, Gloria ..,,,,,,,,,, . ,, . ,,,,,,,,.,,,.,,...,,,,,,,, ,, 85 Williams, Mrs. W. E, ...... ,,.....,, 8 8, 136 Williamson, John ........ .,..,.,,.,............,,. 8 7, 154 Willingham, Billy ........,.,.............,,...,....., 100, 119, 138 Willoughby, Martha ............ 70, 73, 76, 77, 92, 154 Willoughby, Lawrence CSonnyJ ................ 76, 96, 180 Wilson, Pat .,..................,,...,........,.,.,....... 109, 167, 170 Windham, Ricky .........,,,...,...........,...,,............,,.,..,.. 180 Witt, Joy ............... .......,...... 4 6, 72, 121, 159, 170 Witt, Wayne ........ ...........,,. 1 7, 23, 25, 41, 48, 104, 108, 109, 110, 112, 113, 170 Wolf, Toni ............. .......... 1 2, 29, 75, 88, 89, 170 Womack, Bobby ....... Wood, Sandra ........ Woods, Estelle ....... Woods, Woody, Wright, Don ........ Wright, Owen ....... Wyrick, Floyd ..... John ...... Yates, Mrs, E. J. Ybarra, Raul ..... Young, Dr. June . Yucca Coronation ,.,,,,,,,,,, Kay ...... .......... ff ffffQffffffffffffifffff ........ 129 24, 25, 50, 51, 52, 53 34, 105, 114, 180 97, 154 84, 161, 170 87, 154 65, 180 88, 134 87, 154 220 Yucca Gloriosa ..,....,, ,,,.,.,,,,.,.,,,.,,,,,,,,,, 2 4, 68, 32, 83 Hush falls ov 0-i.. kc JE W, LAST-MINUTE FLURRY-With that final deadline upon them, Yucca staffers present a worried picture of hustling and bustling. Eileen Bradley and Robbie Palmer check final layouts, and Sheila Barnett stuffs the last pages of her beauty section into envelopes, Bonnie Tinsley hurriedly pecks out final copy on her much-used typewriter. SOPHOMORE DRUDGERY4Sophomore staffers complete the menial task of cleaning uup the backroon after the deadline is finally met. Wendell Patterson and Larry Durham sweep up, while Betti Gaither and Judy Bowen clean out the files. Yucca, staff members 'put to bed'... er the annual room as the T959 Yucca fslorlosa is l"l5f0"Y-in more ways than one. With all co . PV IE, Slntaffers sit back and wait for the final result recording 7 e l5fP':Y made by the "extra-special" teenagers this year. The waiting period is a b usy one spent working out next HAPPY DAYS-Photographer George Etz happily waves good-by for a few weeks after making the last pictures for the 1959 Yucca. His leave taking is only momentary, however, year's book. Staff members also spend the time reflecting on the work, education, and fun experienced while editing the volume of memories in word and picture concerning the special year at SHS. f I f-, s U .EEE11 1 3 si A since work on next year's book will soon begin. "AT LAST," grins Trent Butler, associate editor, preparing final copy for mailing to the publishers. Doloras Teaff, editor, completes final layout corrections. ' Mr-w"""n if K N QSSWM T, K, .MM .. , A ,,,, i .... ,Ewing in H .-f-r'f"'il' W X X X XX N511 Advertising Index Airolite Window Decorators .......... --- 194 Alston Lumber Company ....... ,-- 191 Anthony's ............... ..... - -- 202 Armor Drug Stores ...... ..... - -- 191 Arthur Taylor Used Cars --- ..... ---- 193 Auto Parts Company --- --- 194 Bahlman Cleaners .... --- 201 Blue Bonnet Hotel --- --- 200 Bowen Drug Store H... --- 197 Brazil Pharmacy ........ --- 208 Breeding Shoe Store .... --- 189 Brothers Style Shop ...... Brown Lumber Company .... Buchanan's Floral ........ Bullock Electric ............ Carmichael Motors ........... Cate-Spencer Funeral Home --- Clayton Williams lnsurance .... Coca Cola Bottling Company --- Cowen Shoe Store ............ Davis Clark lnsurance ...... Davis Farm Equipment .- .... DeBusk Cafe ................ Etz Studio and Camera Shop --- Forester Chevrolet .......... G. D. Fraley 81 Company .... Globe Cleaners and Dyers --.- Harp Music Company ...... Hawley Grocery 81 Market --- Hicks Auto Supply ......... Jarvis Office Supply .... Kirby Kinsey Printers .... KXOX Radio Station --- KPAR TV ..c....... Lamar Street Drug ........ Levys' ...................... Lincoln Furniture Company .... "M" System -s- .........c...,.. Magnolia Petroleum Company Maloney Pharmacy .......-.... Martin Sign Company ..c... May Brothers Lumber Bin ..,. ---- 196 2--- 194 --- 187 -,- 201 --- 191 --- 201 7-2, 199 --- 199 ,-- 193 ,M 202 -,- 206 --, 192 -M 193 --- -,, 198 --- 188 ---- 194 --- 189 --- 190 --- 191 --- 194 ---- 201 ---.- 196 ---- 203 --- 187 --- 185 -.--.- 202 ---- 203 --- --- 205 ---- 187 --- 198 ---- 198 McCreight Music Company ...... - --- Moore-Eidson Grain Company M 81 M Men's Store .......... Modern Furniture Store ....... --- National Bank of Sweetwater --- --- Norred Motor Company L........... --- Ocie Hunt lnsurance ...-. Odis Wafer Used Cars --- Pace Packing Company .... Pate Typewriter Service --- Patten's Sport Shop ..L.... Patterson Funeral Home ----- Penney's Department Store ..,, Piggly Wiggly .........c.... Pony Express ................ C-, Production Credit Association - Rowley United Theaters ...... RusseIl's Department Store --- Sears Roebuck 81 Co. ....... Shaffer's Seat Covers .... Sheridan Oil Company --- Sobe's Dress Shop ..... Starr's Drive Inn ....... Staton Pharmacy ........ Stracner's Home 81 Auto --- Student Council ....... Sunbeam Thrifty ..... Sunset Motor Lines ...... Southwest Body Works --- S'water Bowl ..,,... ---- Sweetwater Cotton Oil ..... Sweetwater Floral .....,,... Sweetwater Loan Service ..e, Sweetwater Rental Tool --- Texas Bank 8- Trust Co. M-- Texas Electric ......... Texas Garage ...... Thompson Agency --- Toler Jewelers ---.----- United States Gypsum ..... Village Market ............. 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