Pampa High School - Harvester Yearbook (Pampa, TX)

 - Class of 1954

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We have tried to capture those times in your 1954 HARVESTER--in pictures for you to treasure in the future--just as we have sought to recapture some of the Spanish scenes that recall days of the past--days of adventure and hardships that have left a small but definite influence on the Great Texas Plains. 7 Staff f - 5 C Aj! N-x pb 1 ,V A Q W 1 .fm X w v' is 'a Ji T XFN Q! A R rssxyf sf A , X r 1 gd ,sry F F,-7 f 'J I . WJ N M . xr? xy., X XXL 1 ,X y' Yxyjv I ADMINISTRATION FACULTY CLASSES SPORTS ACTIVITIES PERSONALITIES Roy McMlllen has served as business manager and tax collector for twenty- Zoned KNOX KINARD, M, A, Texas University Superintendent of Schools Mr. Kinard is completing his ninth year as Superin- tendent of Pampa Schools Discussing problems of our school are school board members E L, Green, Jr, , Herman ,3 .,.,,,,,,.i, pf., N.-.av 1, Mun , . ,, ., , wA..-.. - . .1 AN, ' . s v n, . S. 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North Texas State College Drivers Education, Basketball MARY DEAN DOZIER, M. A, North Texas State College English W, H. DROZE, M, S, North Texas State College History Jos E, FOWLER, B. s. North Texas State College Mechanical Drawing EUSTACE FRIZZELL, B. s, Stephen F. Austin College Head of Physical Education Department B. G, GORDON, M, West Texas State College Mathematics MARY GORDON, B, A, Oklahoma University Librarian MRS, MIRIAM N, HOLMES, B, A, Louisiana Technological College English WILLIAM HOPKINS, M, E, North Texas State College Mathematics 1 'Y' 13' MRS. ELAINE LEDBETTER, B, S. University of Oklahoma Chemistry ORVILLE LEWIS, B, S, Kansas State Teachers College Science, Football ELIZABETH HURLEY, M, A, Texas State College for Women Publications MBS. JULIA JONES, B, S, Oklahoma A 8aM Home Economics EDITH KRAL, B. A, Texas Technological College Home Economics MRS, LEAH LAMB, M, A. Colorado State College Science PATRICIA LIVELY, B. A. Texas Technological College English DWAINE LYON, B, S, West Texas State College Mathematics, Football CLIFTON MCNEELY, B,S, Texas Wesleyan College History, Basketball MRS, E, R, MILLER Middle Tennessee State College Study Hall MYLES MORGAN, B, S, North Eastern State College Head of Industrial Arts Dent, AUBRA NOONCASTER, M. A Sul Ros State College English, Football MRS, IL L, NORMAN, B.A. Texas University Mathematics MRS. LULA B, OWEN, M,A. West Texas State College Latin 'ii MRS, I, C. PATTILLO, B, B. A. Texas University Commercial Subjects PAUL PAYNE, B. s, Texas Technological College Vocational Agriculture se-ff M' grmqfifmf ROBERT PAYNE, B.M. North Texas State College Choral Supervisor JOHN PLASTER, B.S, West Texas State College Mathematics MRS, LONNIE S, RICHARDSON, B, M. Texas College of Arts and Industries Music BETTY TOM RIDDLE, B, S. Oklahoma College for Women Physical Education TRUETT ROSS, M, A. Oklahoma University Mathematics MADGE RUSK, M, A, West Texas State College Head of History Dept. -0' if S-4 HELEN SCHAFER, B. S. Texas State College for Women Speech CLAUDE SPEAKE, M. S. North Texas State College History J, M, THOMPSON, B, S, North Texas State College Industrial Arts TOM TIPPS, M, E, Sul Ross State College History, Football MRS, J, E, TORVIE, B,A, Louisiana Technological College English BILL TREGOE, B, M, West Texas State College Band Director WELDON TRICE, B. S. West Texas State College Commercial Subjects, Football VIRGINIA VAUGHAN, M. A. West Texas State College Head of Language Dept, KENNETH WALTERS, M. A. West Texas State College Head of English Dept. Mrs. Dovie Fletcher and Mrs. Winnie Slaton are seen preparing steak for approximately 500 hungry P. H. S, students. MRS. ROY KILGORE Supervisor 4 out: ' I: Mrs. Velma Meador watches as Mrs. Ellen Swindle and - Mrs. Clara Quary make hot rolls. K TZ! lack Francis, Marshall Appleton, Jimmy Welsh, Marcus Phillips, Nanie Hickey, Bertha Redd and Lilly Gant take time out from their maintenance duties to pose for a photograph. L. N. Mitchell, inset, is director of the maintenance crew. i I 149:15 AQ if ,x,,x s. 'P' X I '-.1 - 4 X 4 QA 1 Q, g Sum 66444 'X- JIMMY BOND ALTON FLYNN NORMA QUALLS ' 'dent Secretary President V1ce PTCS1 ALBRITTON, DONALD Vocational Metal Trades 53, Student Council 52, ALEXANDER, JACKIE 'Y Vood Craft Club 54, Spanish Club 52, 53, BAGGERMAN, MARGRET BAGGERMAN, RUBEN FFA 51, V,l,C. 52, Sergeant-at-Arms 52, BAKER. IANICE Tri-Hi-Y 52, 53, 54, Historian 545 Glee Club 51, 52, A Cappella Choir 53, 54, Secretary 54: Junior Sextetg Senior Sextetg Spanish Club 52, 53, Secretary 52, Latin Club 53, 54, Secretary 53, National Honor Society 53, 54, Secretary 54, Q - .,-1 5 x ,UV 47 Wgijf rf' rt' f BAKER, LEROI Spanish Club 52, 53, Spanish Award 53, Debate 53, 54, President 54, District Semi-Finals 53, Iunlor Play, Senior Play, All-School Play 53: Thesplans 54. BAUM ANN, DARWIN Mixed Chorus 51, 52, A Cappella Choir 53, 54, King 54, VLA' f-Q '54 rx Al ""' BEATY, EUGENE Hi-Y 51, 52, Parliamentarlan 51, Secretary 52g Wood Craft Club 52, Harvester Football 52, 53, Baseball 53, BIRD, WALKER Harvester Football 52, Track 51, 52, 53, 54, ,ax Z 'afN BLOOMINGDALE, EL DORA Spanish Club 53, 54, FHA 51, 52, Mixed Chorus 53, Glee Club 54, BLYMILLER, DOLORES Glee Club 51, 52, A Cappella Choir 53, 54, BOGUE, ROY LEE Mixed Chorus 51, 52, A Cappella Choir 53, 54, BOND, JIMMY C ARL BOND, JIMMY Class President 51, 53, 54, C Play, A Cappella Choir 54, uv -gy' lass Vice President 52, Student Council 51, 52, 53, 54, Chaplain 54, All School Favorite 54, Runner-up for Pin-up 53, Junior Harvester Football 53, Harvester Basketball 52, 53, 54, All District 52, 53, 54, All-State 53, 54, District High Scorer 53, 54, Co- Captain 53, 54, Track 53, Junior Rotarian, Nov. 53. BROWN, NANCY FHA 51, 52, 53, 54, Song Leader 54, Radio Speech 52 Junior Play, Glee Club 51, 52, 53, Mixed Chorus 54, BROWNING, PAULA Tri-Hi-Y 51, Band 51, 52, 53, Spanish 51, 52, Mixed Chorus 52, 53, BROXSON, SUE Glee Club 51, Mixed Chorus 52, 53, Little Harvester 52, 53, Harvester 54, Radio Speech 52, PHSPA 54, Tri-Hi-Y 51, Spanish 52, 53. BURCH, SANDRA mal Honor Society 53, 54, Quill and Scroll 53, 54, Latin Club 52, 53, Tri-Hi-Y 52,53, Student Council 54, Reporter 54, Little Harvester 51, 52, 53, 54, Sports Editor 53, Editor 54, Delegate to THSPA, PHSPA 54, All-School Favorite 54. q:-:fr 'inf .gs ffi gi' CARTWRIGHT, SAUNDRA Latin Club 53, 54, Tri-Hi-Y 52, 53, Mixed Chorus 52, A Cappella 53, 54, Junior Sextet, Senior Sextet, CASON, SAMMY Tri-Hi-Y 51, 52, Glee Club 51, Mixed Chorus 52, A Cappella Choir 53, 54, Librarian 54, CLATERBAUGH, IO ANN Band 51, Little Harvester 52, Latin Club 53, CLAY, ANGELINE Girls' Sports Club 51, BURDETTE, STEVE Student Council 51, Hi-Y 53, Spanish Club 52, 53, G01f51,52,53,54, BURNS, BETTY FHA 51, 52, 53, Reporter 52, Mixed Chorus 51, 52, CAMPBELL, GAYLE FHA 53, 54, CARRUTH, JOHN FFA 52, 53, Reporter 52, President 53, The Harvester . 53, Mixed Chorus 52, 437 if , J. V' ,sr CARTER, GAYE NELL Tri-Hi-Y 51, 52, 53, 54, Chapter President 53, National Honor Society 53, 54, Secretary 54, Glee Club 51, Mixed Chorus 52, A Cappella Choir 53, 54, Junior Sextet, Senior Sextet, Junior Play, Senior Play, Thespians 53, 54, Cheerleader 51, Girls' State 53, Valedictorian 54, rf. 5 '09 1:1 52, 53, Girls' Sports Club N 4-gl it 4-fx COFFEE, SHIRLEY E Latin Club 51, 52, Glee Club 51, Mixed Chorus 52, 535 A Cappella Choir 54, CONDO, MARY Tri-Hi-Y 51, 52, Latin Club 52, 535 Glee Club 52, Mixed Chorus 53, 54, COOK, DON Hi-Y 54, Slide Rule Club 54, Latin Club 52, 53, Band 51, 52, 53, 54, Junior Play, COOPER, RAY Wood Craft Club 51, 52, Vice President 51, Guerrilla Basketball 52, 53, Baseball 53, 545 Runner-Up for Pin-Up 54, f . ""' COWAN, RICHARD FFA 51, 52, Children's Theater 54: Guerrilla Football Ip so, Baseball 54, S.-I COX, WENDELL Latin Club 52, 53, Junior Play, CROCKER, VIRGINIA Tri-Hi-Y 51, Spanish Club 51, 52, Glee Club 51, , 'rl iff' Mixed Chorus 52, 53, 54, CRUMP, DON Student Council 51, 52, 53, 54, ll DARBY, JOHN fv5 .....-1 'J Mixed Chorus 51, Guerrilla Football 51, Harvester Football 52, 53,.Track 53, 54, Track State Finals 53 'as x . . s DARBY, PATSY Tri-Hi-Y 52, 53, 54, Senior Play, National Honor Society 54, 'W' FA: M9 I A 'Ns DAVEY, ANITA Tri-Hi-Y 52, Spanish Club 52, 53, Glee Club 51, Mixed Chorus 52, 53, DEPEE, GEORGE Hi-Y 51, 52, 53, Student Council 52, 53, 54, National Honor Society 53, 54, President 54, Base- ball 54g Guerrilla Basketball 523 Harvester Basketball 53, 54, Co-Captain 54, Junior Rotarian, Dec, 53, Best Citizen 54. DIAL, CAROLYN Glee Club 513 Mixed Chorus 52, A Cappella Choir 53, 54, Spanish Club 52, 53, Class Favorite 54, National Honor Society 54, Tri-Hi-Y 51, 52, 53, 54, Chapter Vice President 53, President 54, Conference 52, 54. L 2' i - A .--, DOGGETT, JERRY Band 51, 52, 53, 54, President 53, Hi-Y 51, 52, 53 54, Secretary 54, Latin Club 52, 53, National Honor Society 54. DUDLEY, ED pp Student Council 51g A Cappella Choir 54, Vice A President 54, Guerrilla Football 503 Harvester Foot- ,f 53 ball 51, 52, 53, Co-Captain 53, All-District 52, 53, All-State 53, Honorable Mention All-Southern 53: Baseball 53, Track 52, 53, 54, District 52, Regional 52, State 52. 1 7,5 DUENKEL, DON Latin Club 53, 54, President 53, 54, Band 51, 52, 53, 54, President 54, Hi-Y 51, 52, 53, 54, Junior Play, National Honor Society 54, EAKIN, PAUL V.I.C, 54, EDWARDS, BARBARA .f FTA 54, Band 51, 52, 53, 54, Glee Club 51, Mixed Chorus 52, Student Council 51, 'Lv' 'Cf' Guerrtlla Football 51 Harvester Football 52, 53, Student Councll 51 52 53 Guerrtlla Basketball 51, Hi Y 51 52 53 54 Chapter Treasurer 52, Harvester Football Manager 52 53 Track Manager 53, 54, f - 7 f 4f"""" E Latin Club 51 52 Golf 51 52, 54, Cheerleader 53, Student Council 52 Semor Play, FITCH, RAY Harvester Football 52, 53, Track 51, 52, 53. FLYNN, ALTON Hi-Y 51, 52, 53, 54, Chapter President 52, Student Council 52, 53, 54, Class Vice President 54, Class Favorite 52, 54: Harvester Football 51, 52, 53, Harvester Baseball 52, 53, Track 51, 52, Junior Rotarian October 53, FORRESTER, TERRY I-li-Y 54, Slide Rule 54, Thespians 53, 54, National Honor Society 53, 54, Band 51, 52, 53, 54, Iuntor Play, Senior Play, Latin Club 52, 53, Salutatorian 54, FRANKLIN, DEAN Latin Club 52, 53, Track 54, Baseball 53, 54, Guerrilla Football 51, 52, Harvester Football 53, sri' 111:17 f' FRASHIER, GARY FRY, DONALD FURGASON, 1oYcE 51, 52, 53, 54, ,..-gy GERIK, THOMAS FFA 52, 53. Hi-Y 52, 53, 54, Debate Club 54, Latm Club 52 53 One-Act Play 53, Junior Play, Wood Shop Club 54, President 54, V I C 51 52 53 54, Vice President 51, Secretary 52 Pr-egrdem 54 Quail, Basketball 51, Pampa: FHA 51 52 Volleyball Sauna 254 GILLPATRICK, JACK Chickasha, Okla, Freshman Class President. Pampa Wood Shop Club 54, GILLPATRICK, KOELL FHA 52, 53, 54, Vice President 53, 54, Latin Club 52, 53, Secretary 53, Latin Award 53, A Cappella Choir 53, 54, Senior Sextet, National Honor Society 54. GOODAN, JACKIE FHA 51, 52, 53, 54, Mixed Chorus 52, A Cappella Choir 54. tw GRAY, DOROTHY Glee Club 51, Mixed Chorus 52, A Cappella Choir 53, 54, Radio Speech 54, FHA 54, Senior Play, GREEN, BILL Guerrilla Football 50, 51, Radio Speech, X 'rf 1, - f 1 I .gf Hollis Okla H Club 51 Pampa Woodcraft Club Tri Hx Y 51 52 53 Glee Club 51 Mixed Chorus 52, Girls Sports Club 51 52 53 Volleyball 51 Glee x I -6 Glee Club 51 Mixed Chorus 52, Office Assistant 53, HAMILTON, LETA Spanish Club 52, 533 Glee Club 51g Mixed Chorus 52, 535 Tri-Hi-Y 54. HEMSELL, DALE Spanish Club 52, 535 Radio Speech 54: Junior Play Little Harvester 52, 53, 54, Hi-Y 54, Guerrilla Basketball 52, 535 Harvester Track 51, 52, 53, 54, Harvester Baseball 53, 54. HENSON, JIMMY Band 51, 52, 53, 54, Senior Council Member 54, Student Council 513 Radio Speech 51g Latin Club 52 53, President 52, Vice President 53, Hi-Y 51, 52, 53 54, Chapter Treasurer 52, HILL, CALVIN Band 51, 52, 53: Slide Rule Club 54, 'Q- U JKL, KING, BARBARA 170 HOLDER, BOBBY Student Council 51, 52, 53, Track 53, 54, Guerrilla Football 50, 51, Harvester Football 52, 53, Baseball 53, 54, HOLMES, JAMES Junior Play Crew, Senior Play Crew, Thegpiang 54, Guerrilla Football 52, Harvester Football 53, Track 53, 54, Hi-Y 51, 52, 53, Mixed Chorus 51, 52, 53, A Cappella Choir 54. HUTCHENS, DAVID Hi-Y 51, 52, 53, 54, FHA Beau 54, Guerrilla Football 52, Harvester Football 53, INMON, LETA Student Council 51, Tri-Hi-Y 51, Glee Club 51, 52, A Cappella Choir 53, 54: Junior Sextet, Senior Sextet, Spanish Club 52, 53, President 53, Queen 53, Foot- ball Queen Attendant 54, National Honor Society 54. JORDAN, CHARLES 'X FFA 51, 52,53,54, Sentinel 52, V.I.C. 54, Treasur- er 54, Harvester Football 52, 53, Student Council 51, 52, 54. Keoucu, JIMMY v.1.c. 54. KBRR, JOHNNY f' JU' ---9' I Glee Club 51, 52, A Cappella 53, 54, Tri-Hi-Y 51. KIRBIE, SHIRLEY Glee Club 51, Mixed Chorus 53, Radio Speech 54, Senior Play Crew, "-r ky 'L' faq Zora KOENIG, TED Hi-Y 53, 545 Radio Speech 54g Little Harvester 543 Sports Editor 54, Senior Play, Quill and Scroll 54, National Honor Society 543 THSPA 54, First Place Sports Writing, KUNTZ, DWAYNE All-School Play 53g Junior Favorite, Student Council 54, Junior Play, National Thespian Society 53, 54, Senior Playg Guerrilla Basketball 51, 52g Golf 545 Junior Rotarlan. March 54. LANGFORD, JOHN FFA 54, Wood Craft Club 549 Harvester Football 52, 53. LARSEN, LARRY -- - f "'A,f,1,'a. f Wood Craft Club 52, Guerrilla Football 503 Guerrilla Basketball 52g Harvester Baseball 53, 54, LIGHT, BILLY LITTLETON, NANCY Trl-Hi-Y 515 Latin Club 52, 53g Glee Club 513 Mixed Chorus 52, 53, LOVE, LY NN MCANALLY, VIRGIL Wood Craft Club 54, MCBRIDE, JOHN Guerrilla Football 51, 52, Harvester Football 533 Track 53, Q85 4-of' i i fl '77 MCPEAK, MARY ANN Latin Club 52, 53, Glee Club 52, Mixed Chorus 51, A Cappella Choir 53, 54, MCVEY, SHIRLEY Tri-Hi-Y 51, 52, 53, Spanish Club 52, 53, Band 51, 52, 53, Radio Speech 52, Office Assistant 54, MARAK, CLARENCE Wood Craft Club 52, 53, 54. MARCHMAN, ERMA DEAN Girls' Sports Club 52, 53, M ARTIND ALE, JEAN Hi-Y 51, 52, Thespians 53, 54, Junior Play, Guerrilla Football 52, Captain 52, Student Council 52, 54, Head Cheerleader 54, Junior Rotarian, Jan., MCCONNELL, SHIRLEY Glee Club 51, 52, Mixed Chorus 53,54, FHA 53, 54, Parliamentarian 54, Little Harvester Cartoonist 54, McGUIRE, PHILLIP Spanish Club 51, 52, Mixed Chorus 51, 52, 53, 54, Little Harvester 53. McKAY, REX Student Council 51, 52, 53, 54, Class President 52, Class Vice President 53, Student Body Vice President 54, TASC Convention 51, 52, 53, Mixed Chorus 51, A Cappella Choir 52, 53, 54, President 54, Debate 51, FFA 52, 53, Judging Team 53, Class Favorite 51. MCNAMARA, JOE Spanish Club 51, 52, Guerrilla Basketball 52, Harvester Basketball Manager 52, 53, 54, 'V' CP' ffo Af'ar ty' Y 3 ,44 We Stand MATHENY, CLAUDETTE Football Queen 54, Tri-Hi-Y 51, 52, 53, 54, Confer- ence 53, 54, Chapter President 54, Band 51, 52, 53, 54, Latin Club 52, 53, Vice President 52, Office Assistant 53, National Honor Society 54, MAUL, BARBARA Glee Club 51, Mixed Chorus 52, 53, 54, MEADOWS, RAMONA Tri-Hi-Y 51, 52, 53, 54, FTA 53, 54, Historian 53, Vice President 54, Spanish Club 52, 53, Glee Club 51, Mixed Chorus 52, A Cappella Choir 53, 54, All- State Choir 53, Senior Play, Thespians 54, MILLER, ANN X MILLIGAN, DON Guerrilla Football 52, 53, V l X 1 if MONTGOMERY, MARY IUNE 53, Glee Club 51, Mixed Chorus 52, 53, 54, MOORE, BUDDY Guerrilla Football 51, 52, Captain 52, Baseball 53, MOUNCE, IANICE MULLINS, RONALD Hi-Y 52, 53,54, Chapter President 53, Spanish Club 52, 53, Golf 51, 52, 53, 54, FTA 53,543 Tri-Hi-Y 51, 52, 53, 54, Spanish Club 52, ri 'U' MUNS, DARLENE Spanish Club 52, 53, Tri-Hi-Y 52, Glee Club 51, 53, Mixed Chorus 52, 54, NANCE, IUDY Spanish Club 52, 53, Secretary 53, Glee Club 51, Mixed Chorus 52, 53, Harvester 54, Sports Editor 54- Office Assistant 52,53, 54, Quill and Scroll 54, Carnival Queen Attendant 53, Junior Play, Senior Play, Thespians 54, National Honor Society 54, Lions Club Sweetheart, Feb, 54, Delegate to PHSPA 54, Tri-Hi-Y 51, 52, 53, 54, Chapter Vice President 54, Conference 52. NEWMAN, JEANNETTE Office Assistant 53, 54, OATES, BAERY Band 51, 52, 53, 54, Latin Club 52, 53, Junior Play, Hi-Y 51, 52, 53, 54, Golf 52. O'GORMAN, LEO Mixed Chorus 51, 52, A Cappella Choir 53, 54 Spanish Club 53, 54, Latin Club 52, 53. O'REAR, BARBARA FHA 51, Glee Club 51, Mixed Chorus 52,'53, 54, PEACOCK, IVAN A Cappella Choir 52, 53, 54, Hi-Y 51, 52. PERKINS, ROBERT Band 51, 52, 53, 54, Vice President 54, Band Councilor f 53, Radio Speech 53, One-Act Play 53, Junior Play, Senior Play, Thespians 53, 54, Treasurer 54. PIERCE, CHRISTINE Tri-Hi-Y 52, 53, 54, Glee Club 51, Mixed Chorus 52, A Cappella Choir 53, 54, Junior Sextet, Senior Sextet, All-State Choir 54, Junior Play, Radio Speech 52, Thespians 53, 54, Latin Club 52, 53, FTA 53, National Honor Society 54, Lions Club Sweetheart, March, 54. A i aff. "'-if sb. Tri-Hi-Y 51,525 Band 51,525 Little Harvester 535 Office Assistant 54, PIPPEN JAMES Guerrilla Football 515 Harvester Football 52, 53, Honorable Mention All District 535 Track 52, 53, District 53, Regional 535 Student Council 52, 53,545 Student Body President 545 National Honor Society 53,545 Junior Rotarian, Sept., 53, PIXLER, JOYCE Spanish Club 52, 535 National Honor Society 545 Glee Club 515 Mixed Chorus 525 A Cappella 53, 54, POSTON, EMM A LEE Glee Club 515 Latin Club 53, 545 Girls' Sports Club 515 FTA 54. J ,,t, s 'E PRIGMORE, BOB 1-V' 1 5 E Guerrilla Football 515 Harvester Football 52, 535 Hi- Y 51, 525 Latin Club 52, .5 QUALLS, NORMA Tri-H-Y 52, 53, 54, Reporter 545 Junior Play5 Senior Play5 Thespians 52, 53, 54, President 54, Best Thespian 545,Student Council 52, 53, 545 Quill and Scroll 52, 53, 545 National Honor Society 53, 54, Vice President 545 Latin Club 52, 535 Class Secretary 545 Class Favorite 525 Carnival Queen Attendant 525 The Harvester 52, 53, 54, Editor 545 Lions Club Sweetheart, Dec, 535 Delegate to THSPA5 PHSPA 54, RANDOLPH, DOUGLAS Guerrilla Basketball 51, 52,535 Baseball 52, 53, 545 Student Council 51, 52,545 Pin-Up 54QILll'1lOl' Rotarian, Feb, 54, RANDOLPH, MYRNA Quill and Scroll 53, 54, Secretary 545 PHSPA 52, 53, 54, Secretary 545 Little Harvester 52, 53,545 Glee Club 51. RICE, BILL Wood Craft Club 52, 53, 54, 'ar cl' wo' 1!""" ,na tary 54, Class Secretary 53, TASC 53, Debate 52, Best ay,,a 'TT 4 'af -..!' .J E' 3 'R . . RICHMOND, PEGGY Glee Club 51, 52, Mixed Chorus 53, 54, Tri-Hi-Y 52, 53, Radio Speech 53, Declarnation 53, RICKETTS, LEON Hi-Y 51, 52, 53, 54, ROBERTS, MARIE Latin Club 51, 52, Quill and Scroll 53, 54, The Harvester 52, 53,54, Businesslwlanager 54, Debate 54, Thespians 54, FHA 54, FFA 53, National Honor Society 54, PHSPA 52, 53, 54, ROBERTSON, JAQULIN FTA President 53,54, Tri-Hi-Y 54, Conference 54, Glee Club 51, Mixed Chorus 52, 53, A Cappella 54, Latin Club 51, 52, 53, President 53, National Honor Society 53, 54, Student Council 51, 52, 53, 54, Secre Citizen 54, Sendofw l 54 ROCKWELL, JENNIE Little Harvester 51, 52, 53, 54, Advertising Manager 54, Quill and Scroll 53, 54, Vice President 54, National Honor Society 53, 54, Debate 54, FTA 54, Latin Club 52, 53, ROGERS, BEVERLY Glee Club 51, Mixed Chorus 52, A Cappella Choir 53,54, Junior Sextet, Cheerleader 52, 53, Class Favorite 51, Carnival Queen 51, 52, FFA Sweetheart 52, Football Queen Attendant 53, ROGERS, JOAN Glee Club 51, Little Harvester 52, 53, Quill and Scroll 53, 54, Tri-Hi-Y 54, Chapter Secretary 54, Latin Club 52, 53, Student Council 51, Thespians 53 54, Senior Play, Pin-Up 54, Lions Club Sweetheart, Jan,, 54, Office Assistant 54, SARTOR1, CHARLES SCHEU, BOBBY Hi-Y 51, FFA 53, 54, Guerrilla Football 51, 52, 'v 17' 9' -17 .fi N-6 -ai SKEWES, BLAINE ian' :Er SCHOOLFIELD, JOHN Hi-Y 51, 52, 53, 54, Guerrilla Football 51, 52, Harvester Football 53, Radio Speech 53. SCHROEDEL, DANNY Hi-Y 51, 52, Guerrilla Basketball 51, Band 51, 52, 53, 54, SEAWRIGHT, ALICE Tri-Hi-Y 51, 52, 53, 54, Conference 52, 53, 54, Secretary 543 The Harvester 52, 53, 54, Art Editor 54, Quill and Scroll 53, 54, President 545 Spanish Club 52, 535 Carnival Queen 54g Glee Club 51, SHEPHERD, LINDEN Latin Club 51, 52, 53. :i 545 f if Quo' SIMS, JEAN Tri-Hi-Y 51,52, 533 Glee Club 51g Mixed Chorus 52, 53, 54, Spanish Club 52, 53, National Honor Society 54, SKELLY, ADELAIDE 54. Glee Club 51, Mixed Chorus 523 A Cappella 53, 54, Queen 54, Latin Club 52, 535 National Honor Society Guymon, Okla,: Spanish Club 52, President 52g Band 51, 52, Football 51, 525 Track 52, Golf 51, 52, Okla, State Honor Society 525 Pampa: Spanish Club 54g Mixed Chorus 53, Cheerleader 54, SMITH, BARBARA Tri-Hi-Y 51, 52, 53: Glee Club 515 Mixed Chorus 52, 53, 54. SMITH, CHARLES Wood Craft Club 52, 53, 54, 4-' -- sNurH, JEAN X. Tri-Hi-Y 52, 53, 54, Spanish Club 53, 54, Mixed Chorus 53, SMITH, IOANN Girls' Sports Club 51, 52, 53, 54, Vice President 53, Volleyball 51, 52, 53, 54, Best All-Round Girl Athlete SOUTHARD, WILMA fl' SPENCER, CLARENE Z' ? I Smead FHA 51, 52, 53, 54, Parliamentarian 52, Mixed Chorus 52, 53, Debate 54. 54 STEWART, KAY FHA 51, 52, 53, Song Leader 53, Latin Club 52, 53, Glee Club 51, 53, 54, Chorus 52, STONE, SU Tri-Hi-Y 52, 53, 54, FTA 53, 54, Historian 53, Secre- tary 54, Little Harvester 52, Radio Speech 54, Cheer- leader 54, Spanish Club 52, 53, Senior Play, Thespians 54, Lions Club Sweetheart, October 53. TEED, JOHN Latin Club 50, 51, President 50, 51, Student Council 52, 53, 54, Vice President, Texas Association of Student Councils 54, Class Vice President 51, Junior Play, Senior Play, Thespians 53, 54, National Honor Society 58, 54, Hi-Y 51, 52, 53, Band 51, 52, 53, 54, Drum Major 53, 54, TENNISON, JAMES THORNTON, BOBBY Wood Craft Club 53, 54, Golf 53, 54. Accompanist 53, 54, Mixed NL inf' TROLLINGER, G AYLE Student Council 52, -53, Junior Play, Guerrilla Basket- ball 51, 535 Harvester Basketball 53, TUCKER, DALE Wood Craft Club 54, Secretary 54, Baseball 54, TUCKER, DOLORES Spanish Club 53, 54, FHA 513 Girls' Sports Club 52, Glee Club 51, 52, Mixed Chorus 53, 54, TURLINGTON, JOYCE Latin Club 53, 54, Glee Club 51, Mixed Chorus 52, 53, 54. ' , , t 1 IN 45 sb .C-4 4'-3' 1 1' ,A K 0 7 n x 5 ., . ' . Y n 5 I iv TURNBO, BOBBY Wood Craft Club 53, 54 fi ' 'sl -ef? av '27 wiki' s A 0 4 f TURPEN, FRANKIE Spanish Club 52, 53g Girls' Sports Club 51, 52, 53, 54, Volleyball 51, 52, 53, 54: Glee Club 51g Mixed Chorus 52, 53. TYREE, IONNE CARTER, RUBY VARNON FHA 51, 523 Spanish Club 52, 53, Girls' Sports Club 51 52, 53, Secretary 52, All-Tournament Team 52. VELASQUEZ, FLORENCE Glee Club 51, Mixed Chorus 52, 53, 54, Spanish Club 52, 535 Alternate Spanish Queen 53, 'R ,., -O fx '3 1-,4 Qt .44"' ff ff' WHATLEY, DAVID Spanish Club 52, 53, Hi-Y 51, 52, 53, 54, President WARNER, JOHN Latin Club 51, 52, 53, Hi-Y 51, 52, 53, 54, Mixed Chorus 51, 52, A Cappella Choir 53, 54, Little Harvester 54, Advertising Manager 54, THSPA 54, Quill and Scroll 54, National Honor Society 54, Base- ball 54, Guerrilla Basketball 52, WEAVEP, DORIS Wellington: Basketball 51, 52, Volleyball 52, FHA 51, Junior Play, WEBB, DONNIE Turkey: Football 50, Basketball 51, "T" Club 51, Pampa: Spanish Club 53, 54, President 54, Student Council 54, Junior Play, National Honor Society 54, WEINHEIMER, CAROLYN The Harvester 53, 54, Organizations Editor 54, FHA 51, Runner-Up for Pin-Up 54, PHSPA 54, 54, 'Slide Rule Club 54, Mixed Chorus 51, 52, A Cappella Choir 53, 54, WILHELM, BOBBY Guerrilla Football 51, Harvester Football 52, 53, Base- ball 58, Track 53, 54, WILLIAMS, SUE Tri-Hi-Y 51, 52, 53, 54, Vice President 54, Band 51, 52, 53, 54, Sweetheart 53, Office Assistant 52, 53, 54, Library Assistant 51, 54, Latin Club 52, 53, Girls' State 53, Lions Club Sweetheart, Nov, 53, Senior Play, woob, SHIRLEY FHA 51, 52, 53, 54, President 54, Sweetheart 54, Spanish Club 52, 53, WOOLEY, MARY KATHRYN Student Council 52, National Honor Society 53, 54, Office Assistant 54, Glee Club 51, 52, wrucur. J. N, Guerrilla Football 51, Harvester Football 52, 53, Baseball 53, National Honor Society 54, Runner-Up for Pin-Up 54, ,Zia -, f -fs ef .J ".,,. If nit ,R ,,, wr'-""' ,F l. 'T ,K mv as GLENDA DUDLEY BEN STURGEON GARY GRIFFKN President Vice President Secretary .J 46 xf X MARY BIRD CHARLIE BLACK CARL BLONKVIST w 0-f"N 8 , "Ts, 1 "nfl ,A v ' r ,I IOS 49 Q Vi- JIM AYERS BARBARA BAIRD JIMMY BAIRD PEGGY BICKNELL DOLORES BONHAM KEITH BONNY RAY BONSAL JERRY RAY BOSTON 'R Q 'G' ix 41-'V' -7' 'ef BETTY BULLAR.D NANCIE BUNTIN LAVONDA CALLAN MARTHA ANN CARLILE JOE CHISUM BILLY CLEMENTS ROBERTS CLEMENTS JERRY COLLINS ii' lar qs., x f.:"7 ,I MEREDITH BROOKS BETTY BROWN JERRY BRUCE LLOYD BRUMMETT 'za ya" 'E ION CANTRELL BUSTER CARTER BENNY CARTWRIGHT l?'7' of r,,,,f 3 6 uf' 'Z '5'-'23 EZ' .lf Mk, 411 fl 15 69" '9 ., EDDIE COLLUM DONAH COOMER CLINTON COOPER PEGGY COTTEN Z 3 X . I J If x CURTIS CRADDUCK JOHN CROCKETT I. R, CROSS DONNA CROSSMAN O W w N -v-' '-iff? Lyn 'Q f E . M- 1 LY? 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I 'in -p IU' -L -fi W, KATHRYN HOOVER SAMMY HOUCHIN NANCY IAMESON i ,nf TERRY KOTARA gf H, D, LADYMAN ty, RAY LAKE fm- GAYLON LARD 3, fc-'7' 15 AVANELLE HOGSETT SANDRA HOLL IS ALLEN HOLTMAN JESS HONAKER DOROTHY JOHNSON BILLIE JEAN JONES GAYLON KERR MARLENE KOLB ig ,-9 3 if jf' 'Q' 4v1 '17 foiqf Pl' CLOIS LYON ' 'T' VELMA MCCATHERN MARILYN MCDANIEL E, JAY MCILVAIN ug, .., 3'-r BETTY MILLER CELIA MILLER DOROTHA MITCHELL MARIETTA MITCHELL awww if 'Z' 1- 9 34,4-4 , -V X CHARLES NELSON 64 RAY MOBLEY JOY MOORE MARIAM MULANAX JERRY NEEF MARY LOU NOVOTNY BETTY OSBORNE be 4 BOB PATTERSON IEANETTE PATTON CAROL PAXSON BOB PEACOCK BILLY MAE OSBORNE TODD OVERTON PEGGY OWEN CHARLOTTE PARKER i ,T 1 P ,Q -. 11' ' '. M ,fra JOHN PERKINS JOYCE PHILLIPS JAMES PICKETT RONNIE POWELL 5606624 Boa ROBERTS B, D, Roamsorx 'U JOYCE ROENFELDT MARGIE ROUNDTREE 'I' VINSON SHAW RAY SHELTON BERNADINE SHULTZ. 'SX PAUL SACKETT DALLAS SASS ER BOB SCHOOLFIELD WANDA SCOTT JOY SHUMATE JERRY SLOAN EMMA LEE SMITH JAN SMITHHISLER 47 sg CIT' bf' Cn Evil JO TOOLEY DOUG THOMPSON DOUGLAS THREATT KENT UPTON KENNETH VAN SICKLE JAMES VICARS CAROL WAGGONER IO WALKER PATSY WARD PEGGY WARD BILL WHITSETT MARTHA WICKER cmdafw -0' x,,...-0 7-" 4 2 , ,Mg fx 11" Ulf' , u r' fl' I. s t" 4 . . , . 1 9 1 , I . 1. A. 'Y F , 1 0 ' I 1 l '. v , 4 1 I 1 ., 11 0 , ti 4 1 1 rib, . f FII, I f L Q' 4' 3' " 'I I ' 'll 4' 45 O JI ,I I f I I g r L, if sa 5 P Is-1, j . D, I, WILKINSON ERNEST WILKINSON JO ANN WOLFORD BETTY IO WOOD CHARLENE WOOD CHARLIE WOOD BARBARA WRIGHT HELEN YAGER 0 Sopdovwfw L ,Zig I 1 in - if ,ff 1 .. 1 .' ,- wg ! A f 5131 'QW-. 'Q ' '4 gm , , A 1 2 ii, 'F- ffiffrwf M - f2zi1n?f'12 Q5 'fe '- ,fx ,X 1 1 'fs 7 1 if ffgf lf? -,SEQ 'Ee I2 E , SW .if S 53' Carol Henry I, x Melvin Romine ' Sharon Cook ' ' President Sectexaxy Vxce Ptesxdent 1 Marvin Allison Gene Anderson Kenneth Anderson Lawanna Andrews Beverly Atkinson Don Babcock Russell Barnard Macy Batson Donna Batueall Paul Baumann Jackie Becker Mary Ann Becker Dorothy Benham Beverly Bonnell David Boren Danny Brister Faye Butcher Joe Bynum Sally Cahill Carol Carnes Sheila Chisholm Adrena Chisum Jerold Clark Nancy Coley George Collett Sharon Cook Sandra Cooper Ionanna Cormas Donald Cox Larry Cox Robert Craig Billy Danner 'V 1 Margie Brown Sally Bruce Barbara Bullard 0-5' 1 3' .-of i 'S -5' 'N .4-9' Shirley Daugherty Ronald Davis Sylvia Davis Sue Dodds Richard Dunham Benny Eads Jackie Edwards Jowannah English Katherine Eslick James Evans Lynne Followell Janice Frazier Lynn Don Garner Rita Gibby Barbara Goodnight Kenneth Rogers Gorman Sally Graves Gary Green Wilma Griffin Arlene Hazel Connie Head Donna Hegwer Carol Henry Jerry Hill Betty Hinton Don Hinton Betty Hogsett Bobby Holeman Twila Holland Bennie Hollis Kay Howe Ramona Hudgins Jerome Humphrey Ronnie James Edith Johnson A Janna Harvey Mike Hawkins Pauline Haymes John Jones Shirley Keel Darlene Kelly Mary Kennedy Mildred Kingham Jimmy Kirkham Fines Marchman Nita Jo Massengale Charles Matson Charlene Koenig Roberta Kretzmeier Robbie Ladyman Wanda Langford Lera Laverry Dale Largenr Lee Ledrick Sheila Lemons Nickie Lewxer Delores Lovinggood Dewayne Lovinggood Mary Kay Lunsford Barbara McNeill Roger McWaters Doris Mann Donald Maple Carole Miller Mary Lynn Miller Charlene Moore Ruth Mounce David Mullins Melba Newman Sandra Noblitt Peggy Olivolo Wynona Orndoff Frank Outhier Gene Parr Jimmy Parrish Don Pendergrass Russell Pickett Mary Pippen Barbara Pirkle Barbara Matthews Calvin Mayo John David Meek 1 'hat MY5' Bobbie Joan Porterfield Sonya Prall Michael Price Jimmy Rasco Dicky Ray Dorothy Reneau "1 Wesley Shaffer Buddy Sharp Jerrie Shelton Loyd Reneau Dixie Sue Rhoades Tommy Rhoten Martha Ritthaler joan Robertson Dixie Robinson Dick Roloff Melvin Romine Charlene Ruff Charlotte Runyon Fletta Ruttman Zona Ruttman Kenneth Sanders Norita Sasser James Schiffman Margaret Scott Martha Skelly Beth Slagle Duggan Smith Earl Smith Johnnie Lee,Smith June Smith , Wayne Smith Luther Sober Anita Southard Donnie Southard Janice Spencer Colette Springer Beuna Stallcup Helen Steward Katheryn Stone Loy Studebaker Deanne Shirley Mary Janis Silcott Billy Simpson Nelda Swain Ted Swindle Dan Teed Billy Thornton Russell Turlington Betty Turnbo Lf 'sz- 41" Jn 1 Mary Wylie Dean Young Mary Young -127 J sd -:rv Wanda Twigg Leatrice Urbanczyk Charlotta Vaughn Raymond Velasquez Gene Vineyard James Wagoner Betty Walker Carolyn Watkins Anita Wedgeworth Jerome Weinheimer Larrie Williams Mary Willis Carol Sue Wilson Leon Wood Ronald Woods Donald Wooley 6 cffkfffk' J 'B 3. 3.2 s. , ' F Q 1 4 K ...:4., ,, 1 MRS. TOM CAPPS Sponsor John Teed was elected to represent Pampa High School in its capacity of Vice President of the State Associ- ation of Student Councils. .S v v Aurelia Adams, Jan Baker, Lee Ledrick, Bill Culpepper, Ben Sturgeon, and Donnie Webb members of the state committee, are seen looking over a list of their activities for the year, John Teed is chairman of this committee, Don Crump looks on as Jaqulin Robertson, James Pippen, Chairman and Rex McKay discuss the report of the finance committee, Top right: The assembly committee pauses as they leave the auditorium. They are B. D. Robinson, George Depee, Alton Flynn, Marlene Kolb and Glenda Dudley, chairman, ,xx N A X The welcoming committee, Danny King, Gayle Trollinger, Norma Qualls, chairman, Sharon Cook and E, Jay Mcllvain look over a list of new students. I I The advertising committee looks on as Jan Baker puts the finishing touches on a booster sign, 'llhey are: Marvin Allison, Wayne Ritthaler, Melvin Romine, Carol Henry, chairman, Sandra Burch and Sandra Cooper. .nullwm 'ki---" ' pls is 55 ,ftmam " t9202l 423223292129 ing a date for the prom. They are Shirley Daugherty, Sheila Chisholm, Carol Paxson, chairman, Dwayne Kuntz, Anita Wedgeworth and Rich Hankins. The social committee is choos- ifmf M In Secretary, Myrna Randolph, Vice President, Jennie Rockwell, Marie Roberts, Sandra Burch, Norma Qualls, and Jo Ann Claterbaugh look on as Joan Rogers lights one of the candles during the fall initiation ceremony, DOROTHY PARKER CHAPTER 'cmd f 1 ALICE SEAWRIGHT, President MISS ELIZABETH HURLIW, Sponsor Ted Koenig, Leona Attaway, John Warner, Judy Nance and Buddy Ray read a letter inviting them to become members, "C Fall initiates get ready for the ceremony They are Joy Moore, Maurita Prock and Marlene Kolb, ' 1 1-Wx 1 Seniors receiving membership this year are, top row: Don Duenkel and Donnie Webb, Middle row: Leta Inmon and Judy Nance, From row: Marie Roberts, Claudette Matheny and Jean Sims. 4-' -5 wof 2 James Pippen Sandra Burch Jaqulin Robertson Juniors elected this spring mare, top row: Marion Stone, D,I, Wilkinson and Ben Sturgeon, Bottom row: Carol Paxson and Carl Blonkvist, Marlene Kolb, not pictured, was also initiated, e,0E?eSK56 Norma Qualls Vice President I 6 Gow 91 Wdffdftdz 4 Y ,Ahxf Ian Baker Co-Secretary QD Mary Wooley 'ff .L Seniors receiving membership this year are, top row: Jerry Doggett and John Warner, Middle row: Carolyn Dial and Ted Koenig, Front row: Christine Pierce, Pat Darby and KoellGil1patrick. LN. Wright, Joyce Pixler and Adelaide Skelly were also elected. sf John Teed Terrv Forrester Juniors elected this spring are. top row: IHITICS Pickett, Dolores Bonham and James Vicars, Front row Joyce Gordon and Martha Carlile. GP' The National Thespian Society is an honorary society, with member- ship granted to students having performed outstanding work in dra- matics, Old members and officers are Joan Rogers, Christine Pierce, Historiang Gaye Nell Carter, Secretaryg Robert Perkins, Treasurer, Don Sprinkle, John Teed, Miss Helen Schafer, Sponsor, Terry Forrester, Vice Presidentg Dwayne Kunrz, Jean Martindale, Norma Qualls, Presidentg and Ken Van Sickle, I 0 0 Best Thespian Norma Qualls wap 7070 New members initiated in February are, first row: Jerry,Sloan, Ramona Meadows, Tommy Lockhart, Su Stone, and Marie Roberts, Second row: Charles Wood, Charlotte Hoggatt, Mary Ann Guthrie, Betty Osborne, Glenda Dudley, and Gary Griffin, Standing: Jimmy Ayers, Qezlloi Baker, and James-Holmes, E. Jay Mcllvain, not pictured, was also initiated, af ffmefufca Officers of the Future Teachers are Su Stone, Secretaryg Ramona Meadows, Vice Presidentg Pat Darby, Historiang and Charlotte Hoggatt, Treasurer. Future Teachers of America is a relatively new club in Pampa High School. It was organized a year ago. The purpose of this club is to acquaint students with problems -J which they may expect as teachers. ,if- Patricia Lively sponsors this organization and Jaqulin Robertson is the President. CLUB MEMBERS Nancy Jameson, Mariam Mulanax, Patsy Ward, Peggy Ward, Joy Shumate, Avanelle Hogsett, Jonne Tyree, Joan Robertson, Shirley Keel, June Montgomery and Meredith Brooks listen as Wayne Smith and Gary Griffin give them a few pointers. Maurita Prock. assistant art editor, and Carolyn Weinheimer, activities editor, check the calendar for the date ending the first deadline while Judy Nance, sports editor, LaHoma Prescott, advertising sales- man, Sue Broxson, assistant class editor, Joy Moore, class editor, Charlotte Parker, assistant activities editor, and Leona Attaway, advertising salesman, work diligently, ie?-' Norma Qualls, editor and Marie Roberts, business manager, watch art editor, Alice Seawright, skillfully sketch a title page for the annual. Vx L26 ,J gl' Through the work of these students we receive a weekly paper, They are the producers of our Little Harvester, Standing are, Marlene Kolb, feature editor, Duggan Smith, Dale Hemsell, sports editor, Russell Barnard, Margie Brown, Myrna Randolph, and Maurita Prock, cartoonist, Seated around the table, John Warner, circulation manager, Buddy Ray, business manager, Ted Koenig, sports editor, Helen Steward, Betty Walker, Shirley McConnell, cartoonist, Dolores Bonham, and Kenneth Anderson. del' 'flflilllllli I 2 3 4 5 67 09l0!2I2l3Il ISIHTIUIQZUZI 2232425262728 Editor, Sandra Burch checks copy on an edition of the Little Harvester, as publica- tions sponsor, Miss Elizabeth Hurley, and advertising manager, Jennie Rockwell, look on. fl' U Img- - W Q 731 ' Miss Virginia Vaughan ' ' " Sponsor , , . gc S91-,V . Carolyn Dial . ff' President 1' rl M, 4 N 4 .3 V ' ' V K DU. cp far: If ff W 2' wi . mf5"wty,4 - ,A A if' Rmb, -' f' 4.. ,, . 5 i'- i 21- " we 5,4 , , X Q34 W x ! . V' if 5'75"Ti Y-fiw ' K ,fr-if' 2' 7 , 0 I: pause on their way to a meeting, They are, front: Alice Seawright, Secretary, Second row: Sue Williams, Vice Presidentg Norma Qualls, Reporter Third row: Janice Baker, Historiang Betty Osborne, Librarian and Carol Paxson, Treasurer, , an ALPHA TAU OFFICERS: Joan Rogers, Secretary, Claudette Matheny, Presi- dent, and Judy Nance, Vice President, listen while Miss Virginia Vaughan, Sponsor, give details of the Tri-Hi- Y Conference. f t 4 X s f 3 BETA TAU OFFICERS:Io Tooley, President, Avanelle Hogsett Secretary, and Marlene Kolb, Vice President, listen as Mrs Elaine ledbetter, Sponsor, helps them plan a program for the next meeting, 4 PAMWTIXIS C 4 SUI If .ik Ull Sl' ' ,,sy4 5 6 gi , ' N "'2I3g 2- Q ff -R N29 f .xy ' 7 i A itll HNNI fwniww fr' 23293031 MNH HARCHISSA t I2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9lOlI -'3 f4I5I6l'lI8 A5 2122232425 tl, i , L M, 1 f" N Q 5 3 GAMMA TAU OFFICERS: Ioan Robertson, Secretary, Janna Harvey, Vice President, and Cynthia Can- trell, President, discuss the date for the annual conference. Mrs, Miriam Holmes, inset, is sponsor. ,JV tr' ff! In QQ- Z CLAUDE E. SPEAKE, Sponsor 43" Ox , Hi Y offrcers are shown planmng theu' tmp to the annual West Texas Conference held IH Lubbock They are left to nght Terry Forrester Vtce President Davxd Whatley Prestdent John Schoolfreld Second Vtce Presrdent and B D Robrson Parhamentanan Jerry Doggett Secretary ts not plctured 14 5,2-1 3 X ,.,.. Latin I1 officers, Sixth period: Carol Waggoner, vice president, Don Duenkel, president, and Mary Bird, secretary, show how to wear a toga. First period officers: Marion Stone, president, Donna Franklin, secretary, and Margie Roundrree, vice president, show their school spirit as they write "Cage those Eagles" in Latin. O atc!! Mrs. Lula Owen 6 Sponsor Latin I officers: Nancy Coley and Carol Henry, secretaries, Michael Price, vice president, Don Prigmore and Mary Pippen, presidents, and Joan Robertson, vice president, search for Latin derivatives, 2' 0 " ag. ?fzeac4 The French club is a new addition to the foreign language department, One club of first year French students was formed, They chose as their officers, Margie Brown, secretary, Tommy Lockhart, president, and Sheila Chisholm, vice president, who are seen looking at national flags, M iss Virginia Vaughan sponsors both the French and Spanish Clubs. Spanish I Club officers take a few minutes from their declentions to look over some old Spanish relics They are Tony Gonzales, presidentg I, G, Garcia, Secretaryg Mary Ann Becker, secretary, Mary Young presidentg Benny Hollis, vice president, and Russell Pickett, vice President, ew ii 1 rfb Q, 2 Q' gill! 'C 1 if' 'Q' Qu- .avyt r'm"f"' Yvv in I First period club officers examine a pinata which is a vital part of most Spanish cele- brations, They are Donnie Webb, president: Mary Wills, secretaryg and Don Robbins, vice President, ,maui weetdeafzz' Anita Wedgeworth was chosen Spanish Sweetheart to represent P, H, S, in a contest held at the Spanish Festival in Amarillo, The Spanish Sweetheart must ba a member of one of the Spanish Clubs. Fifth period club officers are shown displaying an old Spanish calendar. They are: Jerrel Richard- son, vice presidentg Carol Foster, secretary: and Jo Chisum, president. f-4 X and Anita Wedgeworth, t W Mas, P, GAUT 1 , Registrar . ' S - , face aaaataazd t Q Assistants in the attendance office who check the absentees are: Billie Jean Jones, Mary Lunsford, Katheryn Stone, Shirley Daugherty, Dortha Mitchell, Mary Young, Yvonne Guthrie, Lotte Wills, Sylyia Davis, Jeanette Newman, and Nelda Swain, N s 5 a . 1 LX in t, , 'I I 5 i ' A iid N y x inr- Assistants to Mrs, Gaut,reg1strar, who ard her in keeping records and other official duties, are: Beuna Stallcup, Sue Dodds, Twila Holland, Marietta Archer, Dixie Robinson, Barbara Goodnight, James Vicars, Katherine Eslick, Janna Harvey, Meredith Brooks, Shirley Gist, j , v N4 ,a-. t . ,. JACK NICHOLS K' Assistant Principal ' 1 Q , I , tail Xen. f , .5 . Seeing that all books are checked out and in, and properly placed on the shelves, is rhd fth1'b ' .Th :Chl ',hl'l , e uty o I ese 1 rary assistants ey are ar ene Koenrg P yl is A tman MARY GORDON Marlene Griggs, Claudette Matheny, Mary Lu Green, Nancy Jameson, Barbara Patterson, Peggy Owen, Jo Ann Mayo, Norma Briden, and Doris Weaver. CT7 Q7 ag Librarian I Assistants to the counselor who carry on a lot of the school's correspondence are: Joan Rogers, Marie Roberts, Sue Williams, Shirley Woods, and Mary Wooley. EVELYN MLLAM Counselor octane me of f4mm6ccz f' , pu mwlgeaa Mrs, E,E, Shuss, Mrs, E,R, Wood, Mrs. LR. Steward, SHIRLEY WOOD Club Mothers and Mrs, Julia Jones, Co-Sponsor, d watch as Miss Edith Kral, Co-Sponsor, demonstrates an . . . DAVID HUTCHENS her Sklll wuh materlals, Ricnie Hankins President ii Lawrence Langwell and Jimmy Baird, above, look over the good points of a fat lamb in a judging contest at the Top O' Texas Live- stock Show, The contestant holding the lamb was not identified, Eddie Collum and John Langford, members of the Future Farmers of America Live- stock judging team, discuss with Paul Payne sponsor, the placings of the hogs after judging entries in the Top O' Texas Live- stock Show, JI' S I 'i gli Y P5 0B?Xl2eCK0r 9 Q N YK X x. S.. A sq The A Cappella Choir stands ready to perform. First row: Marcheta Hall, Mary Ann Guthrie, Adelaide Skelly, Charlotte I-loggatt, Koel1Gillpauick, Dorothy Gray, Janice Teague, Marlene Kolb, Joyce Gordon Barbara King, Nickie Lewter, Ramona Meadows, Jo Tooley, Donna Franklin, Mary Spoonmore, and Jerry Sloan. Second row: Carol Paxson, Joyce Pixler Joyce Roenfeldt, Shirley Coffee, Shirley Wood Jackie Goodan, Barbara Lichtenberger, Mary Ann McPeak, Sarnmie Cason, Jan Baker, Carolyn Dial, Dolores Blyrniller, Billie Mae Osborne, Jan Smith- hisler, Pat Taylor, Leta lnmon, Janice Mcwright, Saundra Cartwright, Donna Crossman, and Jaqulin Robertson, Third row: Leon Wood, Gene Anderson, Christine Pierce, Margie Roundtree, Gaye Nell Carter, Glenda Dudley, Betty Osborne, B. D. Robinson, D, I, Wilkinson, Roy Lee Bogue, Leo O'Gorman, Ray Shelton, Woody Stewart, Lloyd Brummett, and Tommy Lockhart, Fourth row, Darwin Bauman, joe Bynum, Paul Sackett, Ivan Peacock, Hershell Mitchell, Skipper Culberson, John Warner, Ed Dudley, Damon Runyon, Rex McKay, Bill Culpepper, David Whatley, Larry Frost, Jimmy Noel, Russell Pickett, and James Pickett, ACCO L P In AXSON panjst ,24."'.Q Sammie Cason, Librarian, Jan Baker, Secretaryg Marlene Kolb, Reporterg and Rex McKay, President, are being entertained by Ed Dudley, Vice President, at the piano ADELAIDE SKELLY q 11' DARWIN BAUM ANN 'E 49, ,...ff . Senior girls' sextet, the Star- dusters, Koell Gillpatrick, Gaye Nell Carter, Christine Pierce, Jan Baker, Leta Inmon, and Sandra Cartwright perform for various clubs and programs. Junior girls' sextet awaiting their cue are: Jo Tooley, Donna Crossman, Jan Smithhisler, Patsy Taylor, Glenda Dudley, and Marcheta Hall, . 2' 'V as ' sf ,, t V ll A l elta Miller, Wanda Guthrie, Patricia Hilton, Beverly Bonnell, Florence First row Doris Jean Rowe Beth Slagle C Velasquez Barbara Smith Second row Wanda Lunsford, June Montgomery, Lila Snyder, Elizabeth Mann, Barbara O Rear Murdis Killian Sally Cahill Mary Lynn Miller, Donna Hegwer, Dixie Sue Rnoades, Anita Wedgeworth. Third row Harriet Dean Mary Bird Barbara Wright, Betty Brown, Ruth Abernathy, Mary Ruth Riggins, Peggy Owen Jo Walker Jean Sims Peggy Richmond Paula Stevens, Cynthia Cantrell, Fourth row: Bobby Rice, Douglas Thompson Ernie Wilkinson Kent Upton, Billy Danner, Jack Becker, Charles Nelson, Jason Baker, Jimmy Rasco Loy Studebaker Carole Miller Sharon Cook, Anita Southard, First row: Darlene Muns, Donna Battreall, Shirley McConnell, Virginia Crocker, Mary Pippen, Jerry Hill, Helen Yager, Gayle Campbell, Mary Wylie, Ruth Mounce, Second row: Jerry Collins, Wanda Langford, Jane Brown, Macy Batson, Joan Robertson, Connie Head, Ierrie Shelton, Mary Janis Silcott, Mary Ann Becker, Mary Young, Carol Carnes, Beverly Atkinson, Robbie Ladyman, Third row: Nancy Brown, Lucy Jo Neely, Janice Spencer, Charlie Black, Nita Jo Massengale, Doris Mann, Carol Wilson, Betty Hinton, Betty Hogsett, Romona Allen, Gaylon Lard, Frankie Turpen, Mary Condo. Fourth row: I-l.D. Ladyman, James Wagoner, Carl Bailey, Duggan Smith, Jimmy McClure, Don Pendergrass, Wayne Rogers, Dick Roloff, Larry Williams, James Devers, Phillip McGuire, Dallas Sasser, 'fffx A A I Q , U t . LQ 1 "4 ' A I +' ' 1 'Y A W, , w ' - gi "fi 1,5553 xl , ,. f - - ts ., ,lx -. A s- , n p X X7 55, ., Q . n' if Q- Oh 4 le J 7 1 1 v , ,. ,. aj av' 9 X f N K' 3 I . s 0 , - 1 K A ' v X 's "Wee 'frmiiiii , V 'Mir Q"1?,?r?.c l 0 X X We fi. Preparing to sing is the Girls' Glee Club, First row: Dolores Tucker, Joyce Green, Mary McAnally, lrene George, Adrena Chisum, Jo Anderson, Rita Gibby and Margaret Miller. Second row: Ruth Maples, Joyce Phillips, Modean Long, Gladys Tice, Sheila Chisholm, Dorothy Reneau, Charlotte Runyon and Betty Turnbo, Third row: Betty Martin, Velma McCathern, Betty Stanley, Dorothy Benham, Lynne Followell, Kay Stewart, El Dora Bloomingdale, Nancy Coley, Peggy Bicknell and Yvonne Reynolds, Fourth row: Mildred Kingham, Elizabeth Stubbs, Edna Strickland, Barbara Maul, Barbara Matthews, Jean Shupp, Annalea Buntin, Roberta Kretzmeier, Mary Lou Prescott and Colette Springer. Robert Payne conducts the Mixed Chorus and Mrs, Lonnie Richardson conducts the Girls' Glee Club. The choral groups participate in various programs throughout the year, Highlights of the year include the annual choral clinic and the Spring Choral Festival, in which choirs from all city schools participate, , C H , l c h . I - I . , .-.,,. K.. ..,4 rw .X The Harvester Band is seen as they prepare to play on the stage of the high school auditorium. Standing: Don Cook, Sandra Hollis, Dorothy Johnson, Roger Mcwaters, Barbara Edwards, Leon Black, Billy Clements, Peggy Cotten, and Nancy Presnell, Third row: Lawanna Andrews, Jennie Collins, H. A. Layne, Benny Eads, Baery Oates, John David Meek, Tony Smith, Don Fuller, James Redd, Clavin Hill, Bob Peacock, Ed, Schneider, Bob Schoolfield, Richard White , L game! Dick Dunham, Morris Enloe, James Shiffman, Jerry Doggett, Wayne Griggs, Clinton Cooper, Jerrel Richardson, and Danny Schroedel, Second row: Keith Bonny, Robert Clements, Robert Perkins, Martha Skelly, Kay Howe, Jo Ann Yancey, Lora Alexander, DeAnne Shirley, Dan Teed, and Don Duenkel. First row: Avanelle Hogsett, Terry Forrester, John Teed, Sally Bruce, Mary Kennedy, Carol Waggoner, and Douglas Threatt. fOH Dr N T550 U177 MajOf em aff "wr y .ptlp tl J 1. Q'- .4-L S lv--o """o no--o wo--0 a6""w ab-' f..... Q Q--Q ian J +...."Q Riu J? XJUQ Q-f8L.,...,,, 7' --. CIRZG bang X"i 4'1- if QL' 'i"lp"'B Band officers take time out from their official duties to pose for the camera They are: Wayne Griggs junior coun- selor- Terry Forrester stage manager- Jimmy Henson senior Counselor- and Robert Perkins vice president- Don Duenkel president- and Carol Waggoner secretary 1 l n"" PEGGY COTTEN Band Sweetheart Twirler Nancy Presnell and Peggy Cotten have both served for two years. ai: 54 .Mg,m .mf- 'fm fo -gl IL -af L ' 'i fi' I ,naw-f" P, H. S. Cheerleaders, boys', left to right: Eddie Collum, Don Pendergrass, Jean Martindale, head cheerleader, and Blaine Skewes. Gir1s', front to back: Carol Henry, 'Jo Tooley, and Su Stone, pose on the east steps after a pep rally, Mrs. J. E. Torvie, inset, sponsors the cheerleaders. ' Frieda - . Herbert Gage Sarah Gage - Paula Gage - Marge Gage - Barbara Gage - - Geofge Husted Jonathan Rockw . Marhllda Rockwood Mal-00mis---- ood o Uncle Walter - - , Mart Rockwood ' Carson - - - u ' . Constable - - Ro le double-cast for me two ni h Richard Cowan Jonathan, Dwayne Kuntz, seems to be "finished prayin', " but Mathilda, Gaye Nell Carter, has a little more to say. fr 0 v . . xx Members of the cast and crew relax after three long months of practice, They are, seated Dwayne Kuntz Gaye Nell Carter, Norma Qualls and John Teed, Standing: Dorothy Gray, David Fatheree Ram Warner, Jan Baker, Robert Perkins, Judy Nance, Pat Darby, David I-Iutchens, Qcrewy of the castg Steve Burdette, John Schoolfield and James Holmes, fcrewlg Shirley Miss Helen Schafer, Director, KX Q The C asr 3nd C rew Lake 3 well 3 - arned 1' est from dress fehears 318 to P056 for th e camera . The y are: Back YOW: Avanell e Ho Ssert, Don Fuller, Benny C aftyvfight s Ove :tony Crew. Gary Grif fin E ' - Jay M I cllvam, Robert Fleming . 3nd Lloyd Brum mett. Middle row- Ke . rmit Harmo Il, Marchem Hall D I, Wilk. Briden 131532 Margie Roundlre ' IT1'rh ' 9, D Kennerh Van Silckhwlerl Nancy Ha oliolhy Johnson N Jerry Sloan le, and JO rnsonv Tomm ' Orma Crew. Chari Crew: -Maurita gl-Shumgte' Crew F y Lockhart ' o o - r ' arvis Johns' 3 ary An ne, CI, 0 YI G end8 D Stihafer n- Crew: the Pla u le' assistant . Udleyy . Y Was quected b dl-rector' and Y Miss Hel ell L u P Dick ' CE Ia G - - ' Y M . Hggflsjy and Emflgvitgy, Leo, ccary mini tt? are framie banotte O Sorn as they tr Cornelia, mitway I0 Hsmugglelf to measles off a bfi Osbomey and her at, "Om, HULHN5 LQF,wlf YQ fum, mul CMD By Cnrrxeka Ons Slklrmer and ETNW Klmbmugh v Drama?-Iid bf: lean Kerr Pre duced by ,pedal arrangemcm xeuh she Urgvnguc PAH. YFWWQ. Cwrupamy, ul U-.asain , 1,7- Y Cn, :Y zu AYKHXCC xr. order oi appe .urgenriv-'n Yun Sus ale .D- H 5 ga .nina dw Durilex 'Se-x.lrd Glcr. , ' ,ny Qgbgr' be r . Y 'Y pmmy Loclaha v. '5-lrs 5" nie. Cqrnelia Ove Slalnner Ons Slammer Charlene Hogga Emlli K1mbreu!.h Benn? Cm-Akwngm .Vurser Norma Bndevx Sxcwaruvs E MY New am nik X'Jxr.'.e6 Mmm Ham H Admin Y X Nancv Harrwn HarrxeLt3gX.rL:,i hr. Smnmsxer Vx' mire 3' E' Lin RREYOY Gary Qxrxllx Hhnipecmr Ava Selle H Dorothy .lokmsor Therese Blargze Roundmree Madame use mmm HM A3luw.s'.e'e: De La Cronr D X xx Munson .wmdmv Cleaner Robert moya Br mmm ' 'RAS zlluublefcart lor me win nxilhw Vedmmam Q vzmmax TheSV'3fl SUCWW ' 'Member nl Th ' Zz 7 fl If Rumplestiltskin, Don Sprinkle, that he will stamp his foot into the ground if he does not control his temper. i V . Mother Hulda, Ramona Meadows, warns a i ' T1 i I , U p .. ,f A, . I ' " 5 , ' r Y A '97 'i Jo Ann Claterbaugh and Leta Laverty apply makeup on Shirley Keel for dress rehearsal, Members of the class not only are taught to apply makeup but they also prepare the sets for their plays, 1 , . The Rumplestiltskin cast admire the little prince, They are Buddy Moore and Charles Wood, pagesg Jerry Hunter, the miller, Blaine Skewes, the prince Clifford Ryan, the king, Shirley Keel and Marilyn McDaniel, ladies in waiting, and David Hutchens, Gothel. Seated are: Richard Cowan, Ingretg Beverly Cruzan, a maid, Su Stone, the mi11er's daughterg and Norma Qualls, the princess, Mariam Mulanax, the mi11er's wife, is npr pictured. 24460 Shirley Kirbie, news announcer, Le Roi Baker, sports announcer, Rex McKay, general announcer, and Su Stone, news announcer, are seen at KPAT reviewing announce- ments and selecting records for the Harvest Aire, a weekly radio pro- gram produced by the radio speech class. pf... QP am? Miss Helen Schafer, head of the speech department, conducts the Other members of the first semester class waiting to go "on the air" are Janice Mcwright, Damon Runyon. Carl Bailey, Ted Koenig, Leon Ricketts, Londell Saulsbury, and Nickie Lewter, '-'C' Jimmy Freudenrich, Bobby Matlock and vice president, Marvin Allison cut the steel by the use of the lathe. E ,lf '7 mud Wana! ' Instructor, J. M. Thompson, gives president, Robert Craig, and secretary, Ray Fitch, some pointers concerning the cutting of gears on the milling machine, Hard at work on the welding tools are Marlin Gee, Finis Gee, Jim Keough, Bob Patterson, sergeant-at-Arms, and Chick Jordan, treasurer, John Langford and Bobby Turnbo, vice president examine a cradle and spinning wheel they made for the Childrens' Theater 7Vaad5 n,n, 'fb' ,,4gm'v7' be by and Jimmy Malone, Tony Smith, Doug Randolph, Leon Black, Bobby Thomton, James White proudly demonstrate some of their club projects. Donald Fry, presidentg and Dale Tucker, secretary-Ueasurerg looks as on Myles Morgan, sponsor, inspects a nut bowl Dale is making fn VL W is 1 ,gal Helen Steward and Margie Brown discuss the date for the next debate meeting. They are reporter and secretary, respectively, Norita Sasser and Sally Cahill give some pointers to Charlotte Hoggatt and Marcheta Hall. Defafle 65:45 W, H, Droze, sponsorg and Clois Lyons, vice presidentg look on as Le Roi Baker, president, prepares his speech. ' 'Nunn XXX Il! I X X , amply A Tj W 4 2 3 4 ii 6 7 8 9 I0 Il I2 l3i4l5l5l7SS'ti"l 205222324 272829303! 1 -.J Marie Roberts James Vicars Clarine Spencer, and Mary Lynn Miller listen attentively as Jennie Rockwell presents her case, Charles Wood, Jimmy Ayers and James Vicars put their knowledge together to complete a problem, Marilyn McDaniel and Terry Forrester look wonderingly at a difficult problem. Gary Frashier explains the principles of the slide rule to Kenneth Anderson. The Slide Rule Club was organized last year for students wno are interested in advanced mathematics, Entries for the lnterscholastic League slide rule contests are chosen from members of the club, f fzf: UFQB3 f r""""-1'-'L-'- ,-1 ig --,-.-,-,..,.. lf- - , '99 T4 'Wx 41" uf' ?- -- 2 ,f--f-" i,--1 R M unx.w.w- ,, 1 X , Www xx R -w 1 y . X 0 4: jx rf, N1 N XXX 'X XXX X ---""' iff 'Tx I 'Y '7aaZ54l! Zaeea I4 CLAUDETTE MATHENY 14 LETA INMON IAN SMITHHISLER DWAINE LYON Line Coach Sept, 18 Sept, 25 Oct. ' Oct, ' Oct. 16 ' Oct, 23 ' Oct. 30 ' Nov. 14 ' Nov. 21 ' Nov, 26 1953 SCHEDULE Austin, El Paso Big Spring Paschal, Ft. Worth Amarillo San Angelo Abilene Midland Odessa Lubbock Borger AUBRA NOONCASTER Backfield Coach TOM TIPPS Head Coach DALE FANNON and JESS HONAKER Managers Pampa -7 V , P 6 39 o 19 6 16 C I 14 20 QC 1- 0 A' 38 34 R M,-. ' 6 7 -- 1 - 12 40 34 15 19 33 ll- Q I -K 5 X JAMES PIPPEN A11-District, First Team Offense TRAVIS TAYLOR Fighting Heart Award 1953-1954 i m ED DUDLEY All-State, First Team Fort Worth Star -Telegram All-S outhern Honorable mention All -State, First Team Williamson All-State, Second Team Texas Sports Writers Association All-District, First Team Offense and Defense ALTON FLYNN All-State, Second Team Fort Worth Star-Telegram A11-S tate, Honorable Mention Williamson . . All-District, First Team Offense and Defense . p, AL T. 'F " x ' ff. ' A 'K ,. I1 ' 4-'1 '19- .4-, ...f"' 'tiff ,lgf N -' . X5 v, Z , 11"-nf Xl 4-4 . EMT' ,kfei l R f 1 1:-X Q f . 14 ,Af rw? 1,9 C? YJ 'W ?ooM4ll Quarterback Junior , one year J. N. WRIGHT Quarterback Senior, two years DEAN FRANKLIN Quarterback Senior, one year BUDDY SHARP Quarterback Sophomore, one year BILL FULENWIDER Halfback Sophomore, one year BOBBY MARLAR Halfback Junior, one year N lf' iw!! vaanvv 1' 'mf 457 ' mum -warn M l L 1 Wulf . .., 'NYE no CARL BLONKVIST Halfback Junior, one year 7 7 HARLAN BOYLE Fullback Jmmior, one year 'ii 1 .W Z ff.-'ZEN 2 AMWM235 ' ""' Q 1,'1,,g :mg-Qi 31.-1? . ROBERT FLENHNG BOB WILHELM Fullback Fullback IUI1i0I, 0F19 Yea! Senior, two years John Darby Harvester halfback makes the fust touchdown run of the season The Harvesters breezed past Ausun of E1 Paso for a 39 to 6 vrctory Sophomore one year ww.-p-mm... ,, , BILL EDWARDS fs., ,f 'iff , M: :QU P ,,,, - . Bob Prigmore, Harvester tackle recovers a Big Spring fumble in the first quarter of the game, . J, C, Armistead, Steer quarter- back, fumbled after he was tackled by Alton Flynn, on ground behind Prigmore in photo. Harvester center James Hawkins looks on. They de- feated the Steers 19 to 0, all J ,rf zagrrg Mit -H 'X b' 1'- in il X pm.. Z va JAMES HOLMES Center ' 4 Senior, one year IV? JOHN WATSON Center Junior, one year CJ' O ' I A JAMES HAWKINS QICLQ' Center Q31 ? Junior, two years BILL CULPEPPER N ' Center r Junior, two years ...- ,ig 1,7 '?::1f?J , '- Qi JOHN SCHOOLFI Guard Senror, one year ELD o-4' i JOHN LANGFORD f Guard Senior, two years x 4 W 74411416 J, R, CROSS Guard Junior, one year K J RAY BONSAI. Guard 5, Junior, one year GENE BEATY Guard Senior, two years 'Q' YK ,f 1 ' RAY FITCH R ef Guard A Senior, two years rv 843 JOHN MCBRIDE Guard Senior, one year JERRY MCNAUGHTON Tackle Junior, one year X Q A ,. f"'x' CII, f l l ' rloglbf .3 2' I I, , : I my Z KN- A 1 2' M T f ll! ' f ",, ,,,' 'U gg Q1 3 x K I " I 1 x . ED STRICKLAND RONNIE ELLIOTT DAVID HUTCHENS Tackle Guard Tackle Sophomore, one year Senior, two years Senior, one year if ?aot!a!l BEN STURGEON Tackle Junior, one year Q- l1'T,"'l ll, "" in-' 'Hia in this year's annual gridiron baule, but on this play one nabbed him by grabbing his belt. A 20 to l4 victory was J, racked up for the Harvesters. Halfback Ed Dudley was hard for the Sandie tacklers to hold ' X B il W ?aaz'Ka!! Jimmy Bond, Harvester end, snares a pass from J, N, Wright for a 15-yard gain against the Abilene Eagles, The Harvesters won 7 to 6. 'b IB' 'LLL-"V HM PIPPEN if Senior, two years B7-1 ION CANTRELL n Junior, one year 1 'TX mil JIMMY BOND End Senior, one year 4227 if i .R January I anu ary Janu ary I anu ary January January Ianu ary January January February February February February Fe bnrary 74' AKKUPEIQA DISTRICT SCHEDULE Lubbock Amarillo San Angelo Abilene Midland Odessa Borger Abilene San Angelo Midland Odessa Lubbock Amarillo Borger CLIFTON MCNEELY Head Coach HARVESTERS 43 79 58 65 48 62 39 51 32 70 32 49 56 59 31 62 51 '77 39 '75 34 73 53 72 42 43 48 52 BI-DISTRICT TOURNAMENT Pampa 64, El Paso 52 Pampa '72, El Paso 64 STATE TOURNAMENT Pampa 55, Wichita Falls 47 Pampa 47, Crozier Tech 44 3 S 1 'vga lt yj ' av - , 32 , 'I 4112 - llgiljsl ,yi f 4, , 'J Front row: Coach McNeely, Gary Griffin, Co-Captains, George Depee and Jimmy Bond, E, Jay Mcllvain and Manager, Joe McNamara, Second row: Ken Hinkle, Harold Lewis, Buster Carter, Bill Culpepper, Buddy Sharp, Benny Cartwright, Jimmy Enloe, Gene Brown and Melvin Romine nt . 'A tate -t 5-45 :xg G is-'N wr-"" N-...Q HMMY BOND GEORGE DEPEE All State All District All District Honorable First Team Mention HUSTLING HARVESTERS GARY GRIFFIN E JAY MCILVAIN All State All State All District All District Second Team Second Team '7 X56 , 1 al! W' ' WLS dill? fvhu., .ggmqg 4.4 11.1 'SNR' L' y in E: , y , ' .1 BENNY CARTWRIGHT Junior, one year Forward la, GARY GRIFFIN Junior, one year Forward -FF., E. JAY MCILVAIN Iunior, one year Forward KEN HINKLE Iunior, one year Guard I xvvx My ,f BILL CULPEPPER Junior, one year Center HAROLD LEWIS Junior, one year Guard -hnnk -1, - i I ,. -1 r' BUDDY SHARP Sophomore, one year Guard BUSTER CARTER Junior, one year Guard an N1 , , ,Jw f i' September September October October October October November November November Co-Captains Don Babcock and Donald Wooley listen to the instructions of Coaches Weldon,Trice and Orville Lewis before a game, SCHEDULE Guerrillas l'7 Canadian 25 Clarendon 1 Turkey 8 Amarillo B 15 Amarillo B 29 Amarillo B 6 Amarillo B 13 White Deer 20 Borger B ' 7 W' VM? f 3.1914 I NA- ' n X -A-L 'P Managers Kenneth Sanders, Pat Hawkins, and Dale Largent take care of the Guerrilla eqtupment. 7 CECIL REYNOLDS TOMMY RHOTEN Center Center , .. , f P' mlm E-1: , an ., ' " f' 'PL jr 11-M252 Guards: JOHNNY CLAUNCH, RAY MOBLEY, CLENT STEWART, DAVID MULLINS, CHARLES MATSON, HM KIRKHAM, and GENE PARR REX FENTON Center JIMMY ALVEY Quarterback ? DONALD WOOLEY JOE COOK Quarterback Fullback Hhqililf.. C3113 3 E, vim . W.. Mgt, Tackles: JERRY BALLEW, DON IORDON, ,TERRY DICKERSON, JERRY DUNN TOMMY RICHARDSON, and BOB WEAVER 5 HAROLD DEERING End BENNIE HOLLIS Halfback TOMMY DARLING RUSSEL MARROW Halfback Halfback Ends: MELVIN ROMINE, LARRY COX, GEORGE COLLETT, ODIS WHITE, DON HINTON, DON BABCOCK, and LUTHER SOBER TONY GONZALES Halfback BILL THORNTON Halfback Gene Doggett, Captain, demonstrates his ability to handle two basketballs at once to Terry Culley, coach, Jimmy Enloe replaced Gene as captain of the team for the second part of this S6 ZSOU. I Coach Terry Culley's Guerrillas played 28 games, including six tournaments, during the 1954 season, They won 12 and lost 16, The team played tourna- ments at Shamrock, Claude, Wheeler, Mobeetie, Childress and Amarillo, They placed second in tournaments at Mobeetie and Childress, and third in the Amarillo AAU Tournament. GENE VINEY ARD, Manager --sv MELVIN ROMINE Forward Sophomore, one year GENE BROWN Forward Sophomore, one year IIMMY ENLOE Guard Sophomore, one year RONNIE JAMES Guard Sophomore, one year DANNY JOHNSON Guard Freshman, one year IIMMY PARRISH Forward Sophomore, one year IEROLD CLARK Center Sophomore, one year DAN TEED Forward Sophomore, one year GENE DOGGETT Center Junior, two years GARY GREEN Guard Sophomore, one year RABBIT RAMIREZ Guard Freshman, one year DICKY RAY Forward Sophomore, one ye ar - t., 146 Harvester golfmen are shown before practice , for a tournament in Amarillo, They are Jerry Boston, Ronnie Mullins, Dwayne Kuntz, Joe Chisum, Steve Burdette, Bobby Thorn- ton and Tommy Poley, Fore! Sophomore golfers, Tommy Turpen, John Dial, John Jones, Don Prigmore, Frank Outhier and Robert Narron look on as Sam Houchin prepares to shoot. Harvester thinclads pictured in their warm-up suits are Dale Hemsell, Harold Lewis, Ed Dudley, James Holmes, John Darby, Walker Bird, Ed Strickland, Bobby Marlar, Todd Overton, Harlan Boyle, Allen Holtman, Carl Blonkvist and Jon Cantrell. 0- ,goood -1 g . 'J' 'fm .v ' F x ,, 'fa Pampa High baseball squad members are shown before training for the 1954 baseball season. They are, kneeling: Morris Enloe, Manager, Gary Herr, Dick Dunham, Bill Simpson, Eldon Maxwell, Fred James, David Boren and Raymond Velasquez. Middle row: Dale Tucker, James Waner, Dean Franklin, Bobby Conway, Hubert Duncan, Tommy Darling, Clois Lyon and Wayne Rogers, Back row: John Warner, Travis Taylor, Doug Randolph, Glen Adams, Richard Cowan, Larry Larsen, Dale Hemsell and James Evans, Dean Franklin, at bat in photo at right, and Larry Larsen, catcher, get some practice before their first game with Plainview, Lower right: James Wanet slides into first as Doug Randolph waits for a throw from third. 1 ' .l '1--.-- 1355 t'1fa1-., .EEQZE-'V !':"z,rv.1.esffetil 4""'f"7""" Vx ,' ' ,' " .ik Qftiknwl xx! A V 5 'vi "- J l Coach DECK WOLDT 'U' Tiff ,A LA. ,-- N gan ..f v 1, g ff J' 5 s A A Y l 'N'- 1 0 .. 4 7 "VW " . wif vw ,. .R ' K. "H nn nk BV ' " W s - 7 . :gh 7' f I ' 'LWT--?3'Jb'1W -.-JL Ah'-U. A -'Assam ew x lis- Hx' 1 -ww. A 4 ,, LA 5? . , 'v,g9T" " -r X in 523, - 5 '-"YV 'Y , ,- - , :Lv . s N " A z , ,sg Mona Cruise, an archery Patsy Gerik, left, and Ann Pauline Haymes is playing student, is interested in Miller are shaking hands catcher while Leatrice making a bu1l's eye. after a game of tennis, Urbanczyk hopes to hit a sf? 3 ' gf cf.. Y -it s q, N V, ' X if if i' 4 Betty Tom Riddle E-W. Frizzdl Dewayne Lovinggood Lloyd Attaway, a tumbling Iimml' Jones PYePafe5 to kicks the ball for a goal student, practices on the shoot a goal in basketball in soccer, trampoline, Practice, U -ug. ..-.v. A - .. 4 -ff' tp". .jzi-as-"-."'f'fr - . A . . vxfxf'-.-1' , ,,,.N7s ,, ...,. ,-sc- ,..,-rgfflw. '+- .,. V " . -I"',N L3 ,, ' N .X eat 140- Zuma! 745456124 BOBBY PATTERSON IOANN SMITH As ,fg4QrG' E 4 1 .ax lvvvg ? ! . 1 , C 4 A ? s..,..., A. vxJM,f. " fy gl 4 .4 JA ,, , N l 1, mr. ,.- 1 if 3 I rfi Q dim 4 gage' 3.5, Softball is one of the many sports department The batter is Joe Conner and catcher is Jerome Wemheimer I vip . ."... ,J 1 T' F anew' . .-.1,tll'U,Hl! Qflfigggltlta 1 pry , . . , J, , played by the boys in the P.E, A ' Lined up for scrimmage are students of the boys' P,E, Department, Football is one of their most popular sports, l 5 I , . , .. xx.. Much interest is shown by these boys who enjoy playing volleyball, A climax of their practice comes in a contest with the girls' volleyball team. J 1. his S54 bg V' iq- -a,,NW t --...K v-. pmrfnzblgy has Avf,,,M An ' A ., 1' ill' la "7 Mn-. .. 1 f f,.1f -- "'-4 .. .. fn ,A , is-v. f,. . ,lfx-ash. , , , 731, f'."'ZrH--fin, , ..,,,, .M-JH , ,, , ' , rt ,:ff32,.l, , ', . .Q A, - ureylr A ,kk f.. .I:x.fw: 3-5-L ,- 'f ,Q K .af ,.n,' Q -15'-uraqfbj. Y, A cg -- .., , - .- pq- -.. mv 7112- 5 uf, ,"., fl 3, s 4 .-v .., qu-1 9 " N L' Hrx if .- f 2 ,. fix 'vi fl S -4.65 11 3. 7.41 ' ' awaited PEGGY COTTEN - E, JAY MCILVAIN czmiaaf new ,M QQ' fc'- C1 ZZ' Z4 Alice Seawright was chosen queen to reign over the All School Carnival, which is sponsored by the Student Council, This year the carnival was held in the cafeteria on November 'I. Lx, 'C The queen's court was attended by Damon Runyon, Su Stone, Ray Cooper, Nancy Harrison, Donny Webb Peggy Cotten, John Bell, Anita Southard, Buster Carter, Alice Seawright, D. I. Wilkinson, Margie Roundtree, Alton Flynn, Leta Inmon, james Pippen, Joan Robertson, Eddie Collum, and Shirley Keel. 0 C O S Pcamma-71,6 fcuf Mapa 5 ' Kee! M GEORGE DEPEE I I JAQULIN ROBERTSON 0010? Stcwleaw GAYE NELL CARTER Valedictorian WWJ ,W QD M ZfETZlL?iimR WCW X NW 666609 CAROL FOSTER Attendants who appeared in the Oil Progress Week parade October 14 are, standing, Leta Inmon, Beverly Rogers, Shirley Keel, Joan Robertson, Margie Roundtree and Nancy Harrisong seated, Su Stone, Gaye Nell Carter, Anita Southard, Queen Carol Foster, Carol Henry and Peggy Cotten. 8 17 If Seniors entertalned us at the Howdy Party liln snn!liI?"" BY LH eo. 'F' 52" Harvesters defeated the Amanllo Sandies fd' Qu , 1 g ' Q ' 5 ,2 1 , Y ' . I A J 1 n : fgn' 5 4 ' f , V .aw " ' -' "f Q f . ' 1 ' 1: i ' fi , ' ig ' ' ' M A 2 1 1 A f 1 d - , if 4 a ' g S i U . 5 5 , I 5 , f . V Q' S X 5 5 , . - . , W N,-1-y V Qr ' . l wg dd 6 A 'Egg gm ,. 5 f, gg 'E ' 5 -' . R V, - I vu v , ,V we wa. - 41 A. k ' 4 ' N . K ac- is ' 79 4 f o 1 . 1 s 1 ,, . . .1 A Roger Rxtenbaugh VlS1ICd Pampa High We Burned Sammle Sandme The Fremh Club spomorcd Moulm Rouge ar he X11 ad1oolC.1rmxa1 lg if We had a downtown pep rally before the Abtlene game "-'Q Trl H1 Y sold pom poms for the Odessa game " Ld 'QA Prtnctpal L I Edmondson and Supertntendent Knox Kmard watched a panel at the Student Counctl work shop ,QA We decorated the Chrtstmas tree ln the front hall z 3' Dorothy Gray burned candles for luck before the Odessa grid game f r'-g Margie Brown carrred books for Ronme Elllott Chick Jordan and Bobby Wllhelm during TWIRP week Norlta Sasser and Jerry Hill watched for Mr Groundhog ,J -L, ' 6' John Teed and Carol Henry were delegates to TASC convention ln Laredo in March We all brought our pens to the annu al signing party I Ben Sturgeon was elected Presldent We cleaned up after rmd semester tests of p H S for 1954 55 Zeke 0 ,f"" 135 ,ls R ww NANCY HARRISON in kb ,,, ,M-, ... SANDRA NOBLITT MARY U PRESCOTT amish-34 T' 'WW 5+ 1' 40 fv allw--.. BETTY BULLARD LEE LEDRICK NANCY LITTLETON LaWANNA ANDREWS and MARIETTA ARCHER, MAURITA BETTY MARTIN PROCK and BETTY BULLARD MARY ANN GUTHRIE fm ii... '- Z ,,r .LQ IANIE LEWIS 0 F' 109' A A hx by if ' . ., A' Y G 4-. 1- , it if 4 '-. 15 an S V A " A Y- 1., I f A u 7 , Agfa- ,Mr ' i ,, ' of i -- Hwy "' mn. 4' l . ' W -,fn 'i up ' iw gf 4, A A A E, X I . ,,,, -R - A f '- ' f, MAA 4fu',v:A' "ax ' .- 9 1,T'W I Y. ., A 5 A, A-gp Lv ,- '-' . 1 W Z 1.1 xl! +--f wk.. A K . 'xg R"' fmllf : .:: ' A. , 1 ' A .... . , at ., A .1 Q 1 W if '94 fy, A QQ- A A i' - A A ' 3' 4 . R' A R43 A iv ff' 1 A , T 2 A 'S ' ' " Q f ' qw E R , A T ' kb 5 if ' l ,, s. . ua ' ' ,M if A ' ' f .-A hw-nn-'Af 'f ' ' ' 'Ev A' . .- f ' 'V f I I xviksw' A Y 5' 2 'Y J 'W R 'fgw A-. . , - L AR-A Vt W X , Ya' f . 2, I f I ' , 5 , , x?'."'.' 'A,v.,4 A ' , ' kr".-" , .' I- . I ' U ' 7 55? Ar. - I . 4 ww . ' K M Q . .2 , ,JR an y. 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O Howdy! xff Coke Parry Playing Jacks? xjr Iiggle Qualls Editor Marie Roberts Business Manager and Alrce Seawright Art Eduor send in the frnal copy shlpment of the annual In behalf of all the members of The Harvester Staff we wish to express our apprectatron for the lnterest shown by the Pampa merchants and busmessmen whose advertisements have added much to our 1954 Harvester This is the first year that we have had adverttsmg tn our annual and it has enabled us we think to have a bigger and better book Without the cooperation of these adverttsers we would not have been able to publish such a book As you look through the pages of the 1954 Harvester we hope that you will be as pleased as we are with our yearbook May the pictures bring you as much pleasure as the students had in modeling for them 7f" law .A og Mrs Elalne Ledbetter Teacher and Chemtstry Students Peggy Ward Adelaxde Skelly Patsy Darby Robert Rapstme and ,hm Godfrey ln Laboratory at Celanese Plant 11- Freda Hall Todd Overton James Scarberry and Blame Skewes ln Chemtstry Laboratory at l-hgh School . . I f . , . Q I , , l ' - 4 5 A' ' . E , . , .f , . Charles Nelson WZWJQ ME Ns WEAR "The Place to Go For Brands You Know '9'Arrow "'Swank "'Florshe1m "Jayson 4'Dobbs "'Kuppenhe1mer 'Jarman 'Coopers Zualitq Q Complete Self Servlce Super Market 4'F1ne Meats 'l'Fresh FTu1tS and Vegetables 'kL1ve or Dressed Poultry BRSPCCIHIS Da1ly PUT YOUR BEST FOOT FORWARD fffzadmf' ew 6694, INC FURR Pampa s Quahty Department Store FOOD STORE 'Q Q Pampa Texas if ff' I X! X4 f f 'M M "' " Wig" lg D1al 4 8161 125 N Somervllle I 9 O I ,T K I I I , "nl ' . M4 M- ' ll I ' , 4' ' 'A ,if I ' 'K T l I I 1 f I! af" , X it X, pf31:"3jf, , 'Y Q :T Q7 ' 4 410 X! 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