Plainview High School - Plain View Yearbook (Plainview, TX)
- Class of 1960
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Plain View, 1960
Published by students of
PLAINVIEW HIGH SCHOOL
Editor-in-CH'fe4?Q.,gA??hwggQ.'I--... SUSAN creoss
Business MARY ANN JURCAK
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The gymnasium and main building as seen from the ten acre playground onthe south side of campus.
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BULLDOG Gym where the Cagers play many games and spend many Through these door enter the f,
more hours in practice. TheY'Ve Bulldogs! mes' Sludems in Texas
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to Coach Bob Climlcmzel
ln every phase of teaching there are those who
command the respect and admiration of their stu-
dents and fellow-teachers. Perhaps foremost among
the characteristics of these successful teachers are
those twofdedication and service. The man to
whom this book is dedicated has throughout his
years in PHS, displayed these attributes.
Proof of devotion to his work and the service
he has given can be found in the three successive
district championships and tvvo trips to state com-
petition for the PHS basketball team,
As a coach, he consistently developes competent
and colorful teams, yet this is not the strongest
feature of his success. He has been to his players,
his students, and all who have known him a fine
example of what he should be-in character, mod-
esty, sincerity, and service to PHS.
Because of his ideals, strength of character,
and the appreciation which we have for him, We
dedicate The l96O PLAIN VIEW to . . . COACH
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Putting out the Plain View is not an easy task.
The fifteen students on staff spend many, many
hours, working selling ads, drawing layouts, sort-
ing pictures, writing copy, and any other iob that
needs to be done in order to meet deadlines. There
are rewards though-for every one of us feels a
satisfaction when the annuals arrive each year,
and looking back, the year doesn't seem so bacl.
lt's then that we foolishly decide that we'll work
just one more year, Working cooperatively with
others, accepting responsibility, developing alert-
ness and accuracy are lust a few of the by-products
that we receive from our work in publications.
Joe Ed Sambol
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Editor-in-Chief 7,,, o 777, ,,,, , 7 Susan Cross
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Snaps Editor ,eeo ,,
Photographer ,E , 7
Assistant Photographer 7, E up
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, Nicki Bruce, Janet Igo
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, can Kenneth Sinclair
Sharon Whitfield, Maxine Julian
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E, W scs, , , Sandra King
, David Bryant
Joe Ed Sambol
Miss Betty Buford
Janet Igo Sharon Whitfield
Time brought initiation of Lettermen.
August 31, PHS Begins
In the halls were found bewildered faces be-
longing to the Sophomores and the confident look
of Seniors as they anxiously awaited their class
rings and the other milestones that Seniors must
inevitably pass. Each of the clubs began their
activitiesg the Latin Club planned for new slaves and
their slave saleg Assembly programs brought such
men as Senator George Mahon, Football became
standard Friday night operationg and the Band
was always on hand to help build the morale.
All this was the beginning of a year which has
turned out to be highly successful, for everyone
has developed into one happy family.
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Carolyn Brown. . .
Vicki Goyne . .
Jayne Tudor. .
Sharon Billingsley . .
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Home Sweet Home"-Cindy Morehead, Vicki Goyne, Jayne Tudor, Nelda MCQUlenf and Carolyn Brown'
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f Climaxing "Twirp Week," Friday, Oct. l6th
the Junior class staged two plays, "Lithuania"
and "Great Western Melodrama." PHS girls
jumped the guns on leap year and asked their
favorite fellows out for a date. Talent was evi-
dent as iuniors under the direction of Miss Mary
drama then displayed seriousness as they en-
Proceeds went into fund for Jr. Sr. Prom and
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The "Great Western Melodrama" was an all-girl
cast. Juniors added many realistic Touches to both
Cast for "Lithuania"
Mary Kay Panciera ,s,,,. A , Mother
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Jerry Terrell , u,us,,, Inn Keeper
Ben Ferguson s, Inn Keeper's Son.
Jerry Wright ,s,u ,us, F ather
Monty Ward s , Stranger
Gary Hewett as Young Man
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individuals for a real gone was of kats be-
fore they made with the big blaze and
charcoaled a Pampa Harvester Kat that had
strayed too far. Sponsored by the Sophs, this
was one of the largest bonfires ever staged.
Climax of the rally came when the "Spirit
Getters" tossed in the Harvester to the flames
in preparation for the Friday l3th football
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Phillips, yous Star
"Gypsy Troubaclor," an operetta, starred
Janice Phillips and Tommy Lyons as the Choral
Dept. presented its regular program December
3rd. Love, intrigue, song, and comedy illumi-
nated the scene as these two, together with
Milton Mangum, Priscilla Ragle, Dale Webb,
and Sue Mitchusson, and a host of others un-
ravelled the story of Nicholi, who comes home
from college to be ruler of the Gypsy band
which his father rules. The difficulty arises
when Nicholi decides to give up his birth-
right that he can marry his college sweet-
heart. His father expects him to wed Rosita,
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and they gnaw a Taylor, Martin, and Jamison.
Vario Webb is disowned
by band for dishonesty
attention as "Marco" tells her fortune-She loves nature!
in "Gypsy Troubazciorv
beautiful gypsy girl, portrayed by Janice.
Villain in the plot was "Vario" CDale Webbl,
who aspires to rule the tribe himself. Further
complications develop when Vario delves in
intrigue and is aided by "Elena" CSue
Mitchussonl. Proverbially, the story ends with
"Vario" being put out, Nicholi falling for
Rosita and everyone living happily everafter.
Providing the light touch Darla McElroy
iust loved the simple life, and always was
catching butterflies. George Ragle and his
"Aunt Mahilda" added zest to program.
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012 Westervz Day
program. After the saloon deal, the critters
went from bad to worse when Country
Cousin Jim Stephenson and his guitar came
out. The Vic Yarbrough, the worlds' greatest
peddler of snake iuice or Mountain Dew,-er
Hair grower- whatever gave his spill. The
Sextette sang, and everyone had sportin'
time. Ted Hancock and Gloria Lamb were
named Cowgirl and Cowboy of PHS for hav-
ing the most original costumes. Dale Webb
and Linda Goodwin were named Most Friend-
ly as a climax to Friendship Week. Finally the
sun set on the PHS range, and everybody
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and Gloria Lamb, 2 Ted Hancock
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As the water reflects the sun setting
on the distant horizon, people, distin-
guished by their leadership and person-
ality, emerge in Plainview High. Some
excelled in leadership and scholarship
ambitions. Others, because of their
warmness and friendly outlook, were
set apart as outstanding. As the year
progressed these personalities became
leaders in their classes, groups, and
favorites with the studentry. Finally
eighteen of these students were recog-
nized and honored by their class-mates
and friends by being selected PERSON-
ALITIES OF PHS.
October marked the first milestone in
the illumination of these favorites. On
this day Judy Atkins was crowned the
Queen of Plainview High, an honor cov-
eted by every Senior girl. Later, in a
general school election, each class picked
from their ranks two girls and two boys
as worthy of honor by ranking them
first in their respective classes. However,
it wasn't until March l7th at the Formal
Presentation in a special assembly that
these leaders became clearly visible on
the horizon of achievement.
This climaxed a year of success for
these students and gave them confi-
dence to go on to greater goals of the
future. With the characteristics of leader-
ship, character, and personality pos-
sessed by these, their future need not
be feared, but anticipated. Perhaps
these students can be called . . .
"Fairest of all lights above."
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Most friendly in PHS
business . . . Contagious smile
C hmflie Saul
scholarshnp he excels
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Dale W ebb . . . LA VERNE ROACH AWARD . . . given To aufsiand-
ing Plainview High Senior who displays qualifies
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. . . Student Council dynamo . . . Many
honors and each one well deserved.
RUNNER-UP FOR BEST ALL ROUND
Mable C de Baca
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RUNNER-UP FOR BEST ALL ROUND
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SENIOR FAVORITE RUNNER-UP
. . . Energetic cager . . . Mischievous but
nice . . .
JUNIOR FAVORITE RUNNER-UP
Editor with a cause . . .Where there
is activity, she is . . .
SENIOR FAVORITE RUNNER-UP
. . . With Sophs he's tops . . . Cute
grin . . .
SOPI-I. FAVORITE RUNNER-UP
Music interests her . . . Quiet and
JUNIOR FAVORITE RUNNER-UP
C dwell Ann Sawyer
Eager to do for PHS . . . Petite and
friendly . . .
SOPH. FAVORITE RUNNER-UP
Emcees, Burl Moon and .lac
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9 On the far off horizon there begins a growth of one event which stands out
in the minds of all-the Coronation. This brief but wonderful moment is awaited
by students, parents, and friends. At long last-October 27th, 1959, the lights
faded, there was a breathless silence, and the M.C.'s took their places to intro-
duce the lords and ladies. ln the history of the Coronation, there has never been
a greater one for fifty-four couples paid tribute to the Queen. Over the
audience one could hear deep sighs and smiling "ah's" as the ladies made their
appearance in the "d l h ' '
vivi co ors tat were captured in their dresses. The young
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QUEEN JUDY proceeds down the aisle, Page bealfrs are Lois Shannon
and Delories Hudgins. Trainbearers: Carolyn Rankin and Violet Mont-
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-lllanan Zedlane AyleswOflhrCUrl'S i Lou Ann Dixon, Bill Ramsey, Norma Garrett, Don Coleman,
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Gardner, Bobby Pillow.
The Student Body President,
Vic Yarbrough, placed the crowna
ing touch as he set the crown on
her head, naming Judy QUEEN of
PHS. After receiving her scepter
from Jerry Frye, Queen Judy
turned, with stars in her eyes, and
addressed her realm.
PRINCESS MABLE C DE BACA
Carol Ames, Joe Baker, Marihelen Garrison, James
Sherman, Kay Huff, Timmy Williams, Peggy Schlecte,
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Jerrell Young' Barbara Smith,
Barbara Jorgesi Mary Dell Sangersl Freddy Bell. Jean Lusk, Thomas Elliff, Jo Dotson, Freddy Jamison, Jan Copeland, Johnny Jarhes,
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er y Darla McElroy, Bruce Perry.
Finall the Queen ascendefl 'lie
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1hrone and took her place of hig
honor. The Coronation was ai end
with The singing of "Plainview
Many things will fade from our
memories, but one burning flmnC'
will remainA1he CORONATION OF
OUR SCHOOL QUEEN.
Terry Mallow, Fryar Calhoun, Nancy Rae, Don Cummings, Kay
Miller, Jim Carter.
Shirley Neighbors, MGX Sraplefonf PGYSY Neill, ViC Ann Robinson, Charlie Saul, Susan Cross, Bill Elliott, Kay Blair,
Yarbrough. Larry Akin.
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Crossroads are found everywhere,
They lead us in many direcTions and vve
can noT find The righT one vviThouT
This direcTion is found in groups and
individuals which make up The rooTs and
foundaTion of The public school sysTem.
from differenT vvalks of life emerge peo-
ple inTeresTed in The Training and prep-
araTion of youTh. They vveld, Themselves
inTo a unified group by Their singleness
of purposes and goals, This group, sTrives
Toward The besT possible Tramework for
our schools. The Board of EducaTion seTs
policies, selecTs vvell-qualified personnel,
and arranges The over-all program
Through vvhich youTh may learn. VViThin
The realm of adminisTraTion, The execu-
Tives superinTendenT, principals, and
supervisors perform The Task of carrying
our The plans and obiecrives devised by
The board. JusT as every paTh has iTs
origin, each milesTone serves as a lesson
learned, and accomplishmenT achieved.
EducaTion is an upvvard climb To suc-
cess, and in This scheme, our Teachers
are sTairvvays ThaT guide us. They relive
Their sTruggles and Triumphs, and by
example, They help us To "hiTch our
wagon To a sTar, Take a seaT and There
Guy Bounds Wayne Boyd R. M. Carter James Crossland
Plainview Board of Education
Higher standards, better preparation of youth, and
greater goals in education are the ambitions of mem-
bers ot the Plainview Board of Education. Uniting them-
selves by their singleness of purpose, members of the
board represent each segment of the community. There
are seven elected members of the Board and three
members of the school personnel who serve in this
S. F. Johnson Tom Karrh
Charles F- Mathews R. V. Pa ne Bruce Ri ler Mrs. Marvin Schlecte
5UP9fff7T6f1d9f1f President Vice-president
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M.A., Texas Tcch
MRS. AL CORNESBISE
MRS M. W. TISDEL
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English Molds Key
to New lazteaus
English and its many facets literature,
Speech, Journalism --- might be called the
key which opens many doors to new pla-
teaus ot knowledge, understanding, and
improvement. Without this basic tool, edu-
cation is nil, for thinking, speaking, read-
ing, and writing every device known to
man employs this tool. PHS, conscious ot
this, Otters tour years ot English, two years
ot Speech, a year ot Journalism, and a
special advanced creative writing course.
All phases of English and literature are ex-
plored in the tour years.
MRS, C. S. HARRIS
M.A., Hardin-Simmons University
MA., University of Colorado
Creative Writing, Journalism
B.S,, Texas Women's U.
Latin or English - Mrs, Joachim commands attention.
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MRS. CECIL WITT
MA., Texas Tech
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Audio-Visual aids are important in oral Spanish.
FOY W. DODSON
M.E., Sul Ross State
Cognizant of the fact, that the first step toward harmony is under-
standing, foreign language students in PHS study the culture and
traditions as well as the language of other lands, The proximity of
Mexico enhances the interest in Spanish, and to meet this interest,
three years of Spanish is available. Latin fosters understanding of
ancient civilizations as well as a better insight into English. Audio-
visual equipment has proved a great asset in the teaching of oral
Math Builds Foundations
Regardless of the goal set by a student in today's world, Mathe-
matics plays a tremendous role. The new concepts and ideas em-
bodied in Math are no longer incidentalg the future is intrinsically
interwoven with these concepts, and a knowledge of thern has be-
come essential to success in many fields. For the first time, PHS of-
fered an Honor class for advanced Math students. In addition .three
and a half years are offered in this field. ln these courses students
become familiar with new ideas perpetrated by the atomic age.
MRS. J. B. KIDD R
B.A., West Texas State MOLLO HUFF
Math 'E-, rex
Math as Tech
With the idea that any future which may be is inevitably a scien-
tific one, the Science department in PHS strives to keep pace. l
creasing the scope to include an advanced Chemistry course, the
department now offers three years of regular laboratory science in
addition to the honor group. Following the trend of schools through-
out the land, a greater number of students than ever in the history
of PHS are enrolled in Biology, Physics, and Chemistry. Approximate-
ly 400 students are taking Biology this year.
Library . . . Glimpse
The horizons which one may explore are infinite if he will grasp Pob finnevf Judv Gregg' Barbara COX are Interested
In TYNCFOSCO ES,
ever o ortunit offered for knowledge in PHS library. Fact and P
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fiction abound, and any student who would read through a small
section of the library could consider himself educated, indeed.
' GLENN E. JOHNSTON MAX NEWMAN 8.3, VELADYS WH
B.S., North Texas State B-5-, Wayland College Biolog es, Texas SITACRE
Chemistry Biology, Basketball Coach y lafe
Here in the roomy, comfortable, well equipped part of the school,
one can find students reading for book reports, researching for term
papers, delving into outside reading assignments, or iust passing
the time reading. Whatever the occasion, students find the material
in the PHS library.
Boys pass leisure time reading periodicals.
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MRS, M. A. DUNN
M.A., Oklahoma University
B.S., Texas Tech
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but very interested in the Louisiana Purchase 'er
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Social Science Hcirmoiiizes
Future With Past
A direct link to the past, Social Science and history enables us to live more
abundantly in the midst of a complex society and to press toward the future
confidently and eagerly. Probing our heritage in American History, participat-
ing in student government through Civics, learning the cultures of many coun-
tries, and discussing current affairs - all of these broaden our knowledge and
increase our wisdom of social development.
To meet the history requirements of PHS, students undertake two and a
half years of study - World History, American History, and Civics. Also avail-
able are Economics, Texas History, and others on demand. World Hisfow, English
B.S., West Texas State
MRS BILL WEAKS
M E University of Houston OHNNY VlNEYARD
History l L WHITFIELD L5 West Texas State
M E West Texas State Hlsmry
Vocational reparcs or Practical
What is so practical for students as to learn to cook and sew or to
till the soil? Regardless of the goals which have been set by high school
students, these areas must needs be familiar. In the Plainview area,
seventy per cent of the boys are preparing toward agricultural careers,
and a great number of girls will become A eventually - homemakers.
Three years of homemaking in both cooking and sewing and three
years of Vocational Ag are offered for the practical needs of the stu-
Another very practical course, proved thus by the State Safety and
insurance companies, is the Driver Education program. This course
teaches safety consciousness and responsibility as drivers.
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Home Econirjlme College
. MEOTA CARTER
B.S., North Texas State
Home Economics TOM DUFFEY
M.S., Colo. State College
M.H.P.E.R., North Texas State
Special Vocational - Texas U,
MRS. F. W. DODSON
M.A., Sul Ross
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MRS. JERRELL CATE
B,B.A., Howard Payne
Typing, Shorthand, Bookkeeping
e by practice'
Commercial Twziiis in Business . ..
Turning out hundreds of the future secretaries, bookkeepers, accountants,
and even executives, the Commercial department increases yearly. Many
students of PHS find this training practical and plan their courses to include
it. Typing is taken by many who are not interested in business as a career
but feel this beneficial in after school years and all fields of work. Students
are able to receive four years of commercial training in PHS.
Not only the skills of the commercial department are offered, but in Dis-
tributive Education and in shop, students learn to do by doing. DE students
intermingle their studies in PHS with working downtown. They earn and
receive credit simultaneously. Shop students work with wood and learn the
use of many tools.
Me.Ed., Texas A 8- M
Mr. Hodges supervises a Shop Class
All ,Round Development
Though emphasis today is directed toward development of the mind,
the importance of keeping physically fit is also apparent. The Physical
Education and Athletic departments' aim is to provide students with the
knowledge and means of providing good health. Students participating
in these programs learn not only the skills of sports and coordination, but
rules for good sportsmanship and recreational habits which carry over to
adulthood. An extensive intramural program is organized for non-athletes,
participation. Team sports are taught in the fall and individual sports come
in the spring.
G. c. omvss l
M.Ed., Texas Tech
Physical Education Miss Run-1 oreirrtrv
B.S., Texas Tech
Music, Art Tunes in Appreciation
"All great art is the expression of man's delight in Gocl's work, not his
own." v Whether the art is dravving, singing or playing instruments, or
whatever it may loe, one of the primary obiects is to develop appreciation
for the finer things. Students of PHS learn this lesson as they continue
through four years of Band, Choir, or the two years of Art which are
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Other Personnel Assume
Assuming his share of the responsibility in making certain that students
receive a well-rounded education, Mr. Young taught a year of Bible, an elective
and open to all students in PHS. The first semester is devoted to Old Testament
History and students complete the study in the second semester with a survey
ofthe New Testament.
To help make the school a smooth running operation, others perform duties
MRS. IMOGENE RAMSEY
MRS. HAZEL FULLER
MRS JOHN MEYERS MRS LILUAN ROBERSON
S hare 0 Responszbzlzty
which are necessary rn any school Mass Copeland kept academnc and flnancnal
records sent transcripts to colleges and performed dozens of 'obs un carry
:ng out dutnes as secretary to the Prrncnpal Attendance records tardles
absences and reports were the speclhc duties of Mrs Rarnsey the office
gurls and Mr Veatch Mrs Fore and her assnstants provided well balanced
lunches dally and the custodians kept the bulldlng In good order
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STanding on The horizon as a symbol
of sporTsmanship is The aThleTic baTTle
Tield Tor The Plainview High Bulldogs
Remembered are The cold crisp nighTs
we cheered The Bulldogs on To yicTories
and we can recall also Those calm guieT
peacercul nighTs iusT perTecT Tor a game
when we leTT The Tield or The gym a
lTTle leT down because Things hadnf
gone our way The Plainview Teams
didnT always or even mosT oT The Time
emerge Trom The conTesTs The yicTors
buT They did uphold The Bulldog Tradi
Tions Each Team Took :Ts Turn ln Sep
Tember TooTball Tilled The air an
lingered unTil almosT December when
The baslceTball boys appeared To domi
naTe The scene ln Their Turn came The
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volleyball as The only compeTiTive sporT
Tor girls. The Teams were energeTically
supporTed by PHS specTaTors. We held
an inviTaTional baskelball and volleyball
Tournament PHS was represenTed Well
in The lnTerscholasTic League conTesTs.
ThroughouT each of The phases ol The
sporTs programs, parTicipanTs gained
more Than iusT Touchdovvns, field goals,
base hiTs, or birdiesg They learned TirsT
hand To be good sporTs A noT only on
The playing Tield buT in liTe and once
again They were reminded ThaT "lT maT-
Ters noT ThaT you win or lose, buT how
you play The game."
Bulldog Boosters clco er it on the ie
Practicing yells, painting posters, decorating
goal posts, staging after game parties added
many hours to the groups' busy schedule, but
when game time rolled around, they were always
on hand to cheer whatever team was playing.
When all athletic teams had been named and
honors awarded, there was one yet who were
truly Bulldogs. The cheerleaders, as a team, were
snirzisv Neic3HBORS tum Micitsis
ROW I: Coach Arlen Wesley, Eddie Clark, Dwight Bryan, Don Coleman, Herbie Clark, Novice Nicholson,
Swanner, Walton Wesley, Jirn Ferguson, Joe Ferguson, Jaclcie NlcCurcly, Leslie Reaves, Robert Marshall, Stan
Don Cummings, Harold Fox, Scott Donaldson, George Jones, Roy Kiser, Gary Thurmon, Tom Brown, Pat
Ragle, Bill Henry, Coach Buzz Warren. ROW 2: Coach Nicholl. ROW 3: Rudy Todd, Jim Carter, Vic Yarbrough
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well, Austin Winters, Charles Furrow.
COACHES: Johnny Vineyard, Walter Bryan, Buzz Warrer, Arlen Wes-
ley, G. C. Graves
Bobby Plllow, Ronald Plwinny -- Managers
Wildcats Claw Bulldogs 20-14
in N011-Con erence Season Opener
Robert Marshall catches a pass and takes off in Palo Duro game,
Passing their way by the PHS BULLDOGS, Littlefield's Wildcats
edged the local team by one Touchdown as the teams clashed in a
non-conference tilt to open the '59 gridiron season. Held in the
Littlefield Stadium, the game was tit for tat until the closing minutes
of the fourth quarter when Koller took off for a lf? yrd. scamper
and the winning TD.
Frank Mullings scored the first Bulldog tally. The second one
was set up by a beautiful pass catch by Leslie Reaves on the Wild-
cat lO. Jim Carter pushed through to score.
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Bulldogs Swlpeci by
Plainview High footballers went down before the crushing blows of
the powerful Phillips Blackhawks 38-9 when the teams met in Bulldog
Stadium for the first home game of the year. The first half was scoreless
until 22 seconds before the gun. At this point Joe Ferguson kicked a
field goal to put the Dogs out front 3-O. A different Phillips team came
back for the second half. In the third quarter they turned on the pressure,
scored 14 points, and in the fourth period they added three more tallies.
Plainview's lone counter came when Eddie Clark, after a series of drives
went over to oav dirt.
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Bulldogs Rip Whitefaces 29-22
Spectators witnessed a thrill a rninute as two determined groups
clashed head-ong PHS's Bulldogs were win hungry, and the Hereford
Whitefaces were just too stubborn to give up. Result: 29-22 score as the
final gun sounded. The Hereford lads scored on the opening kickoff. In
iust four plays the PHS eleven raced into score with Leslie Reaves mak-
ing the last 34 yards. Carter threw to Todd for the extras. Eddie Clark
scored after a 65 yard drive in the 2nd, quarter, and Carter added the
third score of the Dogs. In the third quarter the PHS boys scored their
last tally then held on for dear life while Hereford tried hard to catch up.
EDDIE CLARK Tanlback
160 lbs Sophomore
Austin Winters intercepts pass in Hereford game.
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AHS Svmdies Slip by PHS I6-7
The Amarillo Sandies, remembering last year's defeat at the hands of
the Bulldogs, managed to edge by the PHS boys io-7 October iOth in
Sandy Stadium and were happy to squeeze by. Plainview's line was
the strongest that was shown all season as the boys held the Amarillo
boys repeatedly. Big Joe Ferguson led the defense for the Plainview
eleven with eleven tackles. Next came Elliott Hollingsworth, Eddie Clark
and Rudy Todd with 9 each. Probably the deciding factors in the game
were the two fumbles which Plainview lost in crucial moments. Frank
Mullings scored the first TD of the game and the Dogs led 7-3. Bounc-
ing back the Sandies made their first TD to go ahead 9-7 in the third
quarter and added another in the Ath.
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Carter makes a gain against Westerners.
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Borger Tlomsbes Dogs 35-O
Meeting in the Borger Stadium, the Dog fight between Plainview and
Borger resulted in 35-O smear for PHS, Relying on a strong running attack,
the Borger boys kept to the ground and scored in every period of play
while they managed to hold the Bulldogs completely. Plainview's only
real offensive push came in the waning moments of play when Carter
passed to Reaves who in turn flipped to Sophomore Rudy Todd. Todd
tightroped the sideline to advance down to the Borger lO. Carter on a
"bonus" play slithered into the end zone but fumbled, and the clock
ran out with a whitewash on the record against the PHS Bulldogs.
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After leading the Amarillo boys 7-0 at half-time, Plainview's Gridders 'if'
fell to the Palo Duro Dons 14-7 in Bulldog Stadium. Star of the PHS
eleven was Charles Furrow who recovered a Don fumble and finally
crossed the goal for the only TD the Bulldogs could muster. Fans saw
little real action in the first half of play, but early in the third quarter,
Palo Duro snagged a Bulldog pass and raced fifty-one yards for pay
Eddie Clark carries in Monterey game.
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dirtf Their second and winning
score came iust seconds before
x ' the final gun. This struggle
was a contest between two fine
defensive teams. The margin
between the two proved to be
the excellent passing of the
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Jimmy Carter ran almost at will against a team who has con-
sistently romped and stomped on the Bulldog teams in the past.
The Westerner boys managed only four first downs in the game
while the Bulldogs racked up 33, all rushing. James Bryant,
Charles Furrow, and Marvin Henry were right there to relieve
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Considered a two or three
touchdown underdog, PHS's grid-
clers dug, clawed, and fought Lub-
bock's eleven tor a 27-27 tie in
a match played in Jones Stadium
in Lubbock on Nov. 7th. Eddie
Clark, Charles Furrow, and Joe's
educated toe accounted tor the
Bulldog tallies. Junior, James
Bryant turned in a tine game, --N-e-NM7,
dashing 54 yards to set up the
tirst score after Clark had inter- T" k"'
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The second tally also was set up by Clark,
who recovered a Lubbock fumble. Charlie
Furrow crashed through for three TD's and
Ferguson kicked three of four PAT's. The
Bulldogs proved again that the will to win
is the determining factor in almost any game.
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Winters blocks for James Bryant in Palo Duro contest.
Defetses eet head-on, Rebels and Bulldogs.
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Friday, November l3th,
proved to be an unlucky clay for
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ers and fell 9-7. Fighting sub-
freezing Temperature and a
strong North Wind, the two
squads were virtually alone that
night. The stands were bare as
game time approached, the
band instruments froze, forcing
the rooters to abandon their
usual posts as Bulldog support-
ers, opening ceremonies were
dismissed, and referees looked
as if they were overlooking
minor infractions in an effort to
speed up the game. Spectators
who saw the game watched
from cars parked around the
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The game looked almost like a Bulldog victory.
After a scoreless first half, Sophomore Pat Nicholl
recovered a Harvester fumble to set up the PHS
score. Jim Carter went over, and Big Joe kicked
the PAT. Bouncing back, the Harvesters scored
but missed the try. Score 7-6. Just 14 seconds
before the final gun, Pampa's Lucky Dunham, liv-
ing up to his name, stepped up to kick a field goal
from the T3 yard line to win the game 9-7.
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Unable to stop the potent passing and running of the Tascosa Rebels
the Bulldogs were crushed 36-O Friday, November 20th in Amarillo as
both teams played their final game of the season, The Rebels apparently
scored at will while the Dogs were completely helpless to move on
offense. Tascosa's eleven scored in every period of play and racked up
403 yards total offense to give the Bulldogs the Worst beating they took
Roy Kiser intercepted a Rebel pass and carried to the Amarillo 25, and
it looked as if the Dogs were rolling. They moved down to the T8 and lost
on downs. On another try Eddie Clark, Frank Mullings, and Herbie Clark
carried down to the seven and again ran out of gas. Each attempt of the
PHS squad turned into a futile effort as the Rebels were doing no wrong
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HOME OPPONENTS HOME
Bulldogs Littlefield . . .. 20 Bulldogs
Bulldogs Phillips 38 Bulldogs
Bulldogs Hereford . 22 Bulldogs
Bulldogs Amarillo , . E Bulldogs
Bulldogs Borger . . 35 Bulldogs
There was a dog pile in the Monterey game.
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Monterey . . 27
Pampa , 9
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FIRST ROW, left to right: Ritter, Young, Nicholson, Weatherford, Herring, Mull, Sommerville. SECOND ROW, left to right: Downey, Houchin
Stockton, Harris, Deardorf, Keeton, Jones, Wright. THIRD ROW, left to right: Graves, Johnson, Churchwell, Smith, Bennett, Willis, Alsup, Vine
A Liz proximately 20 Boy!
Make Up "B" Team
Scorewise the "B" Bulldogs failed to compile a very impressive
record for the '59 football season, but this is not the whole story.
Those fans who were on hand to watch these boys know that in
almost every game, they went out to meet teams that were twice
their size, and in number there was no comparison. The boys
never gave up though they played each contest with less than
enough boys to make-up a relief team, but they didn't give up.
They weren't beaten, they were iust outclassed. In spite of the
obstacles, each of them gained experience and skill which is
necessary to field a strong varsity. Coaches for the "B" squad were
G. C. Graves and Johnny Vineyard.
MANAGERS: Ronald Phinney, Bobby
Pillow, Jack Wright, Tim Johnson.
Bmketlmll Take! 3111 in 3-4A
Plainview's Cagers wound up the season in the third
place in District 3-AAAA losing their last game to The
Palo Duro Dons, who took undefeated second place To
the Borger Bulldogs, champs. The Bulldogs won lO and
lost 4 in conference play. In the overall season, the boys
played 3'l games, winning 23 and losing 8.
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PHS Bulldogs entered three tournaments this
season and placed in two of these. They took the
championship of their own Invitational tourney,
by defeating Littlefield 80-26, Dumas 57-54, and
Austin of El Paso 59-53,
In the Howard Payne competition at Brown-
wood they beat Carter Riverside of Ft. Worth 59-41
but were eliminated in the semi-finals by South
San Antonio 69-64.
In the last tournament at Abilene the boys
whipped San Marcos 57-52, fell to Austin of El
Paso 49-41, then rode over Sweetwater 68-52
to take third place in the tourney. This ended
non-conference play and the boys settled down to
a 14 game conference struggle.
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Bzzlldogr Sweep Monterrey 57-68, 72-56
Coach Clindaniel's squad glided by the Mont-
errey Plainsmen in both games of district battle.
Opening district play against this team, the Bull-
dogs were red hot as five boysAWebb, Ramsey,
Messer, Akin, and Carter scored in double figures.
Carter was the big surprise of the game as he
tossed in 16 pts, hitting 7 of 9 field goal attempts.
Playing the second game on home court, the
'dogs jumped to a 20-7 lead in the first quarter.
Coach sent in the reserves who stayed in until
1:18 secs. before the final gun. Playing his first
game of the season, Mike Craft shared high scoring
honors with Larry Akin as each tallied 14 pts.
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Borger Chills Bzzlldogr 65-43 68-54
In the second game of district play the Borger Bulldogs chilled PHS
65-43, and later romped over the Bulldogs 68-54 in the second meet
ing to stifle the PHS quintet's hopes of a district title. When the two
teams met on January 8th in Bulldog Gym, the PHS squad stayed in
the contest trailing only 5 pts. at half-time. In the 3rd and final period of
play, PHS went cold and managed only six field goals, 3 in each quarter.
The first two losses in district play for the PHSers came at the hands
of Borger, who boasted a perfect record. On February 2nd, the final
blow fell when the PHS team fell again to the Northern foes and lost
all chance for a district title. A special bus and many fans travelled to
Borger to support the cagers. Coach Clindaiel tried many combinations
against the opponents but failed to find the winning one.
Dogf Dowlz Tafcom Rebelf 35-18, 55-47
In two of the lowest scoring games of the season, the Bulldogs
outwitted Tascosa's Rebels at their own "ball control" game and handed
them two lossesg the tirst one in Plainview gym 35-185 and the second
in Rebel territory 55-47.
Attempting to keep the score low in the first contest, the Rebels
stalled throughout the game. At half-time, the Bulldogs led only 3 points
-15-12. Beginning in the third period, the Bulldogs led by Larry Akin
widened the margin. Akin scored l2 of the last l4 Bulldog points and lO
of them in the last period of play.
In the second contest and paced by the 20 point shooting ot Bill
Ramsey, the Bulldogs wrestled another victory from the Rebels. Ramsey
ran wild against the Tascosa boys as he pushed through 8 of 10 field goal
attempts then added tour free throws for his 20 points. Akin accounted
tor l6 points as he enioyed a fine night also. The Plainview boys led
at every turn as Coach Clindaniel emptied the bench against the Rebels.
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Taking both games from the Tom S. Westerners the PHS Bull-
dogs stalled to a 52-47 win in the first meeting in Chapman Field
House, then drove back in the last quarter of play to take the
second game in Bulldog gym 59-49. The first contest was com-
paratively easy as the locals led throughout the game. Webb paced
the Bulldogs with i5 points while Ramsey and Akin each tallied
ll. Leading 37-29, the PHS'ers played a stalling game in the last
The second game, played in Plainview gave the local fans a
bit of a scare as the Westerners kept creeping up and finally at
the end of the 3rd period of play led 43-42. Seesawing until
five minutes before the final gun sounded, the Bulldogs finally
caught fire and surged ahead to keep the lead. Jackie Swanner
dumped in 5, Carter and Messer tossed in 4 each to pace the
final five minute drive to take the garne and retain their second
place standing. Carter was high scorer with T6 followed by Messer
with TO and Ramsey, Akin, and Webb each tallied 9.
PHS Lickf Safzciief Twice 62-60, 55-46
Amariilo's Sandies, traditionally the greatest foe of PHS teams, took
their second licking of the season from the Bulldogs when the teams
met a second time Friday, February i2th in Bulldog Gym. In the first
meeting, the game was a toss-up, but Plainview eked by with a two
pointer in second over-time play. The second meeting between the
teams saw the PHS quint display fine teamwork and superb ball hand-
ling as PHS fans saw one of the best games played by the Bulldogs
ironically it was Dale Webb who basked in the spotlight in both
games with the Amarillo Sandies this year. He tipped in the two pointer
to win the first game, and again in the second battle Webb played his
best game of the season, he was high scorer for the Dogs and turned
in an outstanding performance on defense and rebounding.
Meeting the first time in Amarillo on Jan. l9th, the Bulldogs were
cold and trailed at half time by 8 points. They managed to tie the
Sandies in the final quarter and stalled for a final shot-time ran out.
In first overtime period, they went ahead but were tied again. Lady
Luck rode with the Bulldogs as a Sandy got a chance for the win but
missed, and Dale grabbed an opportunity to take the game.
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Webb takes 5
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Bzzllalogf Split Gfzmet Wfitla Pampfz 37-35, 72-61
For the first time in the history of their competition, PHS's Bull-
dogs wrapped up a victory over the Pampa Harvesters in the first
meeting of the two teams but were unable to break into another
win on Feb. l6 when the squads faced each other in Pampa Field
A slow moving, strategy-filled game in Bulldog Gym turned into
one of the most thrilling contests of the year when the gun sounded
on a 29-all tied game. Having led most of the game and carrying
a 7 point lead at half time, the Bulldogs went icy in the last quarter
and the opportunists from Pampa took their chance. ln a second
overtime Dale Webb, for the second time in less than a week,
took a rebound and laid in the winning two points.
Journeying to Pampa the l6th ot February, the local boys went
through a game of hot and cold shooting and came up on the
short end of the score. Seesawing through the first two periods
of play and flashing back in the last quarter, the Bulldogs let the
Harvesters slip away, widening the lead to ll points. ln the 4th
quarter, Pampa stalled out the clock, having complete ball control.
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Monterrey ,,,,,,, ,,,, 4 4 Bulldogs
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Pampa ,,,,,,,,, ,, 42 Bulldogs 50
Palo Duro ,,,,,,, 61 Bulldogs .,,,. 58
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In addition to regularly matched games the "B" boys
entered two tourneys, taking championship in the Hale
Center affair and ranking third place in the Abernathy
tourney. The team played 31 games during the sea'
son, winning and losing for one of the best seasons in
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Volleyball "AU Squad
T8-2OmDenver City Tourney
25-27-Big Spring Tourney
ll, 12-Ninth Annual Plainview
22fPl1illips at Canyon
29-Seminole af Levellancl
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9-District Tourney at West Texas
MARY om SANDE
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Jane McCIure makes a fry af spiking.
MARY DELL SANDERS
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Golf Team Competes in District 3-4A
In the spring, PHS fields a golf team which participates in interscholastic League
play with the District 3-AAAA teams. They are coached by R. L. Clindariiel.
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Tennis . . .
As deadline neared for final copy on the annual,
the tennis team began practice in earnest, preparing
for tourneys at Wichita Falls, Odessa, Midland, and
Amarillo, and for the district contest, also to be held
in Amarillo in April.
,J A ifaiesasewe. Coach James Fowler named ten members to the
David Ewan' Clem Sqwad.
ROW l, left to right: Rives, Whitfield, Miller, Newton, Bryant. ROW 2: Self, Kimbrew, Coach Fowler, McQuien, Hunt,
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Junior Boys' Singles, Larry NlcBcc
Boys' Doubles'-Ed Self and James GIRLS TEAM
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Beginning intramurals for girls, the soft-
ball Tourney got under way, Monday Sept.
28th. Six teams representing each of the
tour classes entered competition. ln the final
game Wanda's Wonderwins," captained by
Wanda Phillips edged by Kay Jacksons Jokers
7-6 to win the title. Winning pitcher was
Janice Phillips. Games were played after
school where approximately seventy girls
voluntarily participated in the activity.
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Flag Football Tozmzey
Competing with three other class champions, the OUTLAVVS
from second period P.E. class defeated the Nutt Crackers,
then raided the Nloonshiners to latch on to the honors in
flag football. Games were played at 7:50 in the mornings.
The preliminary tourney held during FEE. classes in which
all boys took part was a double round robin.
ROW l: Reece, Bfandei Dykes, Hunt,
Toliver, Smith, Jamlson'
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Deene Culp's "Gulpers" came and conquered the intramural volleyball title in the tournament staged in PHS
Gym, February llth. ln the final match, the winners lost the first game l5-O to ".luan's Wunders" but came roaring
back to sack up the next two I5-12, I5-3 to take the match and the tourney. The "Gulpers" lashed Mallow's "Meshers"
in the first round to advance to the finals.
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Doubles' Champs: Sarah Mcllroy, Norma
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With 169 entries in singles and doubles, Girls' Phys. Ed.
Depart. staged one of the largest tournaments since Badminton
was added to the lntramural program.
After determining the class champions in each division,
finalists met October 18, 1959, for a single elimination
tourney. Donna Bryant, sophomore, proved her skill and
was named singles' champ. Double winners were
Mcllroy and Norma Frazier, from fifth period class.
Eula Settles tries 6 Polnl'
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Track . . .
Participating in the track season, Coach Bryan's Cindermen will
enter each of the fields as Track events begin shortly after the
first of March. At deadline date, schedule tor the team was in-
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Practice for the baseball season got under-
way Monday, February l, when thirty-five
diamond enthusiasts reported to Coach Miller
McGahey at Jaycee Park.
At deadline date, the team had a full
schedule of six non-conference tilts and four-
teen district contests. Only senior in the line-
up this season is Don Jones, who has played
three seasons for the Bulldogs.
March 4fBig Spring There
March l l-Clovis Here
March I8-Hereford Here
March T9-Clovis There
March 22-Big Spring There
March 25-Hereford There
Palo Duro, There
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Keeton slides into third as Lewis guards ba
'Sun set and evening star and one
clear call for me" best describes classes
and the need for education, for educa-
tion the guest for knowledge and
understanding is the one clear call for
youth, It is the secret which opens the
doors to the future and what lingers on
horizons facing youth of today.
In our classes, we associate with
fellow students, browse through our
textbooks, but seldom ever apply our-
selves fully, nevertheless, through the
diligence of our teachers, we somehow
manage to absorb valuable lessons of
life, and we learn that habits formed
and ideas conceived in early life re-
main with us for many years to come.
Through these classes, we learn math,
come to know basic principles in
science, and we become familiar with
the foundations of English, Perhaps,
more important, we realize the value of
an education. Through the medium of
the classroom, our knowledge is broad-
ened, and with this comes understand-
ing. These experiences make us more
able to face and cope with the problems
life often passes out in numbers. With
the hope that education gives us, our
horizons become brighter, the "one
clear call" increases in volume, and we
leave Plainview High better for having
President ---..-.... ..... .. ............... - ...... JAMES RIVES
vias-president - ...... - ..... - ............. DALE wean
Secretary ,,,,,,,-,,, ,,,,.,........ P ATSY NEIL
Treggurgf -,---,,, ,,,,,, H ENRIETTE MOORE
true. When September 2nd rolled around, we took our place at the top of the
HS I l . I I
Traditionally Seniors have set the examples, observed the traditions, and
With mixed emotions we sauntered down the halls, and occasionally we
onation our last football game as bonafide members of the PHS
Ihere were many of these "lasts"-sometimes they were happy occa-
We ordered our invitations, received our rings, enioyed the
ded by miiterms and finally came to the last mile, the last semester.
se ' 4, , the Senior play, the Jr.-Senior Prom and then GRADUA-
never ain gather in full numbers-207,'but the class will live
and in se memories this will be the best class everl '
Varsity basketball '58-'60, Baseball '58-'59g "B"
Football '57-'58, Lettermen '58-'60g NJHS '57-'58g
FTA Parliamentarian '60g Hi-Y '57-'60
Band '56-'58g Bandettes '56-'58g Spanish Club '57-
'59g JNHS '58f NHS '58-'60g Latin Club '60, Student
Council CHonoraryD '60,
FTA '56-575 JNHS '58g Girls' Choir '58g A Cappella
Choir '59g FBLA '6Op Tri-Hi-Y '60
Spanish Club '59-'6O5 Intramural Baseball '59, '60
CAROL ANN AMES
Senior Transfer from Idaloug Future Homemakers
'60, Tri-Hi-Y '60, DE '60
Speech Club '56-'57, Tri-Hi-Y '56-'60g Future Teach-
ers '56-'6Og Student Council '6Og Historian-FTA '60,
Largest Senior Class
Safety Council '58, Speech Club '58-'59, Fresh-
man Class Secretary '57g Junior Favorite Runner-Up
'59, Tri-Hi-Y '56-'60, JNHS '58g FTA '56-'60, Treas-
urer ot Thespians '60, Historian Tri-Hi-Y '58g Cheer-
leader '58-'60, PHS QUEEN '59-'60.
GARY DON AUTRY
Future Farmers of America '56-'60
DE Club '60,
Football '56, FFA '56-'60, Junior National Honor
Football Manager "B" '58, Latin Club '57-'60,
Spanish Club '60,
Safety Council '56, Football '57-'60, Letterman
Spanish Club '56-'58, Junior National Honor '59,
DE Club '58, Proiector Club '60, President of DE
Football Manager "B" '57, FFA '56-'58, Basketball
Manager "A" '60, Lone Star Farmer '60, State
Contenders of Soil Judging Team '58,
Seniors . . . Zed b
Vt fi .
Tri-Hi-Y '56-'60, Tri-Hi-Y Reporter, Veep, '56, '57,
'60, Plainsman Assistant Editor '59, Plainsman
Editor '60, Student Council '56, Junior National
Honor '58, National Honor '59-'60, FTA '56-'60.
Band '56-'60, Bandettes '56-'60, FHA '56-'60, FTA
'59-'60, Spanish Club '58-'6O.
FFA, Hi-Y '59-'60, FTA '594'6O, Slide Rule '59-'60,
Intramural Football '59-'60.
FTA '56-'58, Student Council '56-'59, Reporter tor
Freshman Class, Tri-Hi-Y '59-'60, FBLA '58-'60,
fer y Frye
FHA '57, JNHS '58, NHS '59-'60, FBLA '60.
Band '58, Bandettes '58, Tri-Hi-Y '58-'59, JNHS
'59, Band Librarian '6O.
Secretary ot Sophomore Tri-Hi-Y, JNHS '58, FTA
'56-'60, FTA Secretary '59-'60, NHS '58-'60, NHS
Reporter '59-'60, St. C. '58-'59,
MABLE C de BACA
FTA '56-'60, FHA President '58-'59, Bandettes Sec-
retary '59-'60, Band, Maiorette '58-'60, FFA Sweet-
heart '59, Thespian Program Chairman '60, Princess
ot PHS '60, Tri-Hi-Y.
Varsity Basketball '58-'60, Varsity Golf '58-'60, St.
C. '56-'60, Treasurer '59-'60, Latin Club '57-'60,
President '60, NHS '59-'60, Veep '60, Hi-Y '56-
'60, Letterman Club '58-'60, Bow-Wow MC '58,
FHA '58, Spanish Club '59, Intramural Baseball
'59, Spanish '60, FHA '60, Intramural Baseball and
Band '57, "B" Basketball '58, Hi-Y '6O.
Football '57-'60, Lettermans Club '58-'60, Hi-Y '6O.
Girls Choir '57-'59, Junior National Honor '57-'58,
National Honor '59-'60, FBLA '59-'60, Tri-Hi-Y '6O.
Football '57-'60, Basketball '57-'60, Junior National
Honor '57, Latin Club '58, FTA '58-'60, Runner-up
for Favorite '58, Track '59-'60, Vice-president, Presi-
dent of Hi-Y '59-'60, Class Favorite, President '59,
Student Council '59-'60, Vice-president ot Letter-
mans Club '6O.
S6lli0I'S . . . break fer
A Capella Choir '57-'59, FTA '57, Tri-Hi-Y '57, '58,
'60, FBLA '59-'60, Junior National Honor '57-'58,
National Honor '59-'60, FHA '57.
Latin Club '58-'60, Bandettes '58-'60, Band '58-
'6O, Student Council '58, Junior National Honor
'59, FTA '60,
Basketball '57-'60, Hi-Y '56-'60, Football '56-'58,
Safety Council '56, Track '59-'60, FTA '58-'59,
FHA '59, Girls' Choir '59-'60, Tri-Hi-Y '58-'60,
JNHS '58, Student Council '6O.
with Large Coronation
Future Farmers '56-'60, Sentinel, '59, Vice-president
'60, Slide Rule Club.
Annual Staff Editor '60, Annual Staff '56-'60, St. C.
'57-'59, Secretary '59, FTA '56-'60, Secretary '59,
President '60, Tri-Hi-Y '56-'60, FHA '59-'60, JNHS
'57, Freshman Favorite, Plainsman Staff '60, BSQPW
Girl of the Month, October '59,
Football '56-'60, Varsity, '58-'60, FTA '57-'60, Let-
terman '57-'60, Vice-president Junior Class, St.
Council '59-'60, JNHS '56,
Tri-Hi-Y '58, Future Teachers '59, Intramural Base-
ball, Volleyball '59, DE Club '6O.
LOU ANN DlXON
Girls' Choir '57g A Cappella Choir '58, Veep of
Future Nurses '57g Fl-lAg FTAg FBLAg JNI-lSg NHS.
JO ANN DOTSON
FTA '57g FBLA '58g Banclg Treasurer of Bandeftes
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SGIIIOPS . . . know
DONNA DUCKETT . l
FTA '58, JNI-is '58, NHS '59-'60, A Cappella Chair , ' "0
'58-'6Og Librarian '60, FBLA '6O. Q
LYNN DUNCAN - -'Q ' - - F X
FFA '57-'6O. A ' 'S'
Intramural Baseball '59g DE '6O.
Bandg Crescendo Clulog Slide Rule '60, Hi-Y '59,
DE '59-'60, Projection Club '59-'6Og Orcheslra '57-
A Cappella Choir '57-'60, DE Club '59-'6Og FBLA
'58-'6Og Freshman Choir '57.
A Cappella Choir '57-'60, President of A Cappella
'60, DE '60, Hi-Y '60.
Band '57-'60, Spanish Club '57, Crescendo Club
'57-'60, Veep of Senior Class '60, Hi-Y '59.
they mm! prepare for college . .
Intramural Baseball, Volleyball, and Badminton
Champion '57, '59, '60.
Tennis '57-'58, FTA '57-'60, Student Council '57-
'60, President of JNHS '58, Runner-up for Favorite
'58, President Senior Class '60, Hi-Y '60.
FTA 56 57 Volleyball 56 58 FBLA 59 60
Tri HIY 57 60 Treasurer of Sopb Tri HIY 60
FTA 57 60 Student Council 59 FBLA 60 Safety
Council 59 JNHS 59
Tri-Hi-Y '57-'60, President of Tri-Hi-Y '58, Secre-
tary '60, Reporter Student Council '60, Class Ot-
ticer '60, FHA '60, JNHS '59.
JNHS '58, FTA '57-'60, Intramural Sports '58-'60.
MONA BETH GARNETT
FHA '57, Tri-Hi-Y '58, Secretary of FNA '58, Girls'
Choir '58, JNHS '58, A Cappella Choir '59, NHS
FHA '57, FTA '58, Volleyball '58-'59, FBLA '58-'60,
Girls' Choir '57-'58, A Cappella Choir '59, Tri-Hi-
Y '58-'60, FHA '57-'60, FBLA '59-'60, FTA '60
Spanish Club '59, FTA '60, Tri-Hi-Y '6O.
Hi-Y '56-'59, FTA '56-'57, FFA '56, DE '57, FBLA
FTA '57-'60, FHA '58-'60, JNHS '58, NHS '58,
FBLA '59, Secretary-Treasurer of FBLA '6O.
led by . . . Seniors the
Veep of Class '57, Class Favorire '58, JNHS '58,
Safety Council '57-'58, Student Council '57-'59,
Tri-Hi-Y '57-'60, FTA '57-'60, Cheerleader '6O.
FBLA '57-'58, Slide Rule Club '57, Hi-Y '57-'59,
Hi-Y '57g FFA '58, FBLA '6O. I
Council held tea for teacher! . .
Transfer student from San Marcos, Band '6O.
S anish Club '57- JNHS '58- Student Council '60
p I r f
Safety Council '57-'58g Projection Club '59-'6Og
FBLA '6Og Band '57-'6O.
Football '57g FFA '57-'6O.
FTA '57, Tri-Hi-Y '57g FBLA '59g Library Club '60,
MARY CHRIS HAYES
FHA '57-'58, FTA '58g NHS '59-'6Og Treasurer of
NHS '6Og FBLA '59-'6Og Veep of FBLA '6Og Student
Football '58-'6Og FFA '57g Letterman's Club '6O.
Tri-Hi-Y '58-'59, Speech Club '59, FTA '58, Band
'58-'60, Librarian '60, JNHS '59, Banclettes '58-
Band '57-'60, Crescendo Club, Proiection Club.
FHA '57, Student Council '57, JNHS '58, NHS '59-
'6O, FBLA '60,
FHA '57, JNHS '58, NHS '59-'60, FBLA '59-'6O.
Library Club '57, FHA '57-'58, Festival Cboir '58,
Girls' Choir '59, A Cappella Choir '6O.
Seniors . . . enjo
JNHS '58, NHS '59-'60, Band '57-'60, Treasurer
'58, Veep '59, of Bandettes, FTA '59, Speech
1 Yx fag
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KAREN HUMPHREYS nf' 'iff
FHA '58-'59g Thespian Society '60, FBLA '6Og Tri-
'-Y '6o- FNA '58, ,
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DALE HYDE 'C . .
DE '59-'60. W V J 'I ft
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being "the leaderff'
Football '56-'57g FFA '57-'59g A Cappella '6Og DE
Transfer from Amarillo.
Hi-Y '60, Thespian Society '59-'60, Veep of Thes-
pians '6Og DE '59, Speech Club '59g A Cappella
'58g Orchestra, FTA.
ARNOLD LEE JONES
FHAg FBLAg Volleyball.
JNHS '57-'58, NHS '59-'60, Baseball.
Bandf Crescendo Clubg Slide Rule Clubg Projector
Club, Stage Band.
Band '57-'6Og Crescendo Club '58-'6Og Stage Band
JNHS '57-'58g NHS '59-'6Og Studenr Council '57-
'6OgSafe1y Council '57,
Seniors . . . exlzfefieme
MARY ANN JURCAK
Spanish Club '59-'60, JNHS '58, NHS '59-'60, Slide
Rule Club '6Of Artist '58-'59, Business Manager
'60, of the PLAIN VIEW.
A Cappella Choir, FTA, Student Council.
"B" Foolball '57 '58 FTA '57 '58 S eech Club '59,
' I ' I p
Hi-Y '60, A Cappella Choir '57-'6O.
thrills from Athletic' Cozzteytf . . .
Spanish Club '58.
FHA '57-'60, FTA.
Transfer from Dallas.
Band '58, Secretary, Bandettes '57, '58, '60, FTA
'57-'60, JNHS '58, NHS '6O.
FHA '57, FTA '57-'58, Girls' Choir '58, A Cappella
Choir '59, FBLA '59-'60, Tri-Hi-Y '57, '58, '6O.
"B" Football '59, DE Club '6O.
DARLA SUE MCELROY
Tri-Hi-Y '57, FTA '57, JNHS '58, FBLA '58-'60
NHS '59-'60, Girls' Choir '60, A Cappella '58-'60
Student Council '57-'6O.
KARA SUE LONG
Transfer student from Canton, Oklahoma, Intra-
mural Basketball '58-'59-'6O.
"B" Football '58-'59,
Seniors . . . 16,14 happy
TERRY SUE MALLOW
Student Council '57, Latin Club '57, Safety Council
'57-'58, Speech Club '59, Student Director of Jun-
ior Play, Thespian Society '60, FBLA '60, Tri-Hi-Y
'57-'60, FTA '57-'6O.
Library Club '57-'58, A Cappella Choir '57-'60,
Thespian Society '57-'60, FBLA '57-'6O.
Band '57-'60, Stage Band '58-'60, Crescendo Club
'58-'60, Slide Rule Club '59, Projection Club '60,
FTA '60, Hi-Y '60.
Hi-Y, FBLA, FTA, "B" Football.
carefree livef ..., iomezimei
Safety Council '57, Stage Band '58-'59, Band '57-
'6O, Crescendo Club '57-'60, Hi-Y '60, FTA '60-
Proiection Club '60.
FHA '57, Spanish NHS '58-'59, Spanish Club '58-
'59, Tennis '59, Class Treasurer '60, Student Coun-
CII '60, FTA '57, '60, Tri-Hi-Y '57-'60.
Safety Council '57, FBLA '57, FHA '57-'60, FTA
'58-'59, Tri-Hi-Y '57-'60, FFA Sweetheart '60.
FTA '57-'58, FBLA '59-'60, Tennis '57-'60, Tri-Hi-
Y '57, '58, '60, JNHS '58,
Spanish NHS '58, JNHS '58, Library Club '60, Vol-
Choir '57, Library Club '57-'60, Tri-Hi-Y '59-'60,
FHA '57, '59, '60.
Football '58-'60g Track '57-595 Hi-Y '59-'60, Pro-
jection Club '58-'59g FTA '60.
CAROL JEAN MURRY
Junior Favorite '59- Class Treasurer '58-'59- S an
1 1 p '
ish Club Queeng Reporter JNHSQ Tri-Hi-Y 157-'6Og
Tennis '58-'59, Spanish Club '58g Safety Council
'58g FTA '59-'60, Cheerleader '6O.
Spanish Club '57-'58g FFA '58-'59,
DE '59-'60, Proiection Club '60.
S6I1i0I'S . . . become
PATSY JO NEIL
Spanish NHS 59 Tennis 59 President of Spanish
Club 59 TrlHlY 57 60 FTA 57 60 FHA 57
FBLA 60 Student Council 57 59 60 Class
Secretary 58- 60g.JNHS 585 Runner-up tor Class
FTA '57-'6Og JNHS '58g Tri-Hi-Y '57-'60, Parliamen-
tarian '6Og Student Council '57, '60, Chaplain '60.
Basketball '57-'6Og Spanish Club '57-'59g JNHS
'58, Hi-Y '59, A Cappella chair '59-'60,
romriour of rzppeamzzce . .
Band '57-'60, President '6Og President of Cre-
scendo Club '6Og JNHS '58, NHS '59-'6O.
FTA '57, Tri-Hi-Y '57-'60, Girls' Choir '57, A Cap-
pella '57-'6Og President of FBLA '59-'6O.
Band '57-'6Og Crescendo '59-'6Og Slide Rule Club
FFA '57-'6Og Sentinel of FFA '6O.
FHA '57-'60, Treasurer '58, Parliamentarian '6Og
FBLA '59-'6Og Tri-Hi-Y '59-'6Og FTA.
JNHS '58g Track '58-'6Og Spanish Club '59-'60
FHA '57-'59g FTA '57-'6Og Freshman Choir, Girls'
Choir '57-'58g JNHS '57g Spanish Club '59g NHS
'59g A Cappella Choir '59-'6Og All-State Choir.
Football '57, Hi-Y '57-'6Og Football Manager '58-
'6Og Letterrnan's Club '57-'6Og Secretary of Letter-
rnan's '59, Parliarnentarian '6Og Track Manager
"B" Football Manager '58g Varsity Football Man
ager '59-'60, FFA '57-'58, Hi-Y '59-'6Og Letter
man's Club '59-'60, Secretary-Treasurer '6O.
FNA '57g FHA '58g JNHS '57g Girls' Choir '58g Li
brary Club '59, FTA '6O.
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Volleyball '57-'59g FTA '57-'59g Tri-Hi-Y '58g FBLA
FHA '57-'6Og FTA '57-'6O.
Seniors . . . would
Reporter of Soph. Classy Tri-Hi-Y '58-'6Og FTA '58-
'60, Cheerleader '6Og Student Council '59-'6O.
"B" Basketball '57-'58g Varsity Basketball '59-'60,
Hi-Y '58-'6Og FTA '58-'59g Letterrnan's Club '59-
'6Og Treasurer of Junior Class, Runner-up for Jun-
ior Favoriteg Student Council '57-'59
FTA '6Og FHA '59.
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FHA '57g JNHS '585 FNA '5Bg FTA '58g FBLA '60,
Tennis '59-'6Og Basketball '57g Student Council 60
Freshman Favorite Runner-upg Treasurer Tru HIY
'57, Spanish Clubg Spanish Club Queen JNHS
NHSg FTAg FHA.
A Cappella Choir '58-'60, Girls' Choir '58, FTA
'57, FBLA '59-'60, JNHS '58, Tri-Hi-Y '59, NHS
Band '57-'60, Maiorette '60, Bandette '57-'60,
President '60, Spanish Club Treasurer '59, JNHS
'58, NHS '59-'60, Spanish NHS, FTA '57, Junior
FHA '57-'58, Secretary of FHA '57, FTA '57-'60,
FBLA Secretary '59, NHS '59-'60, JNHS '58.
MARY DELL SANDERS
Tri-Hi-Y '57, FTA '57-'58, Safety Council '58, JNHS
'58, FBLA '59-'60, Volleyball '57-'60,
FFA '57-'58, Hi-Y '59-'60, Veep '60, JNHS '58,
Treasurer '58, NHS '59-'60, ,President '60, Stu-
dent Council '57-'60, Veep '60, Basketball '57-'60,
FTA '60, Le-tterman's Club '59-'6O.
Seniors . . . are
A Cappella Choir '59-'60, Student Director '59,
Hi-Y, Football "B", Basketball '57, Sports Photog-
rapher, Spanish Club.
Projector Club '57, DE Club '59.
Hi-Y '6Og Freshman Basketball, Speech Club '59g
meamred by Achievement Tarty . .
J. BASSETT SMITH
Student Council '57, Spanish Club '57g FTA '56g
Tri-Hi-Y '56, '60.
FTA '58g JNHS '58g NHS '59-'6Og Tennis Team '60
Table Tennis Intramurals '59.
DE Club '60.
Bandettes '56-'60, Latin Club '57-'6Og JNHS '57
Tri-Hi-Y '56, NHS '60.
Football '56g Safety Council '56, FFA '57, '60.
NHS '59-'60g Hi-Y '58-'6Og Latin Club '56-'6Og Bas-
ketball '57g Student Council '60.
Hi-Y '59-'60g FFA '56g Spanish Club '59.
Bandettes '56g Tri-Hi-Y '56-'60, President of Tri-
Hi-Y '60g Student Council '57-'60, Secretary '60g
FTA '57-'60, Veep of FTA '60, Spanish Club '59-
'60g Thespian '59-'60, FHA, Speech Club '59.
FFA '56-'58g Hi-Y Secretary '60.
Seniors . . . fm
P. T. TOLIVER
FFA '56-'58g Hi-Y '56.
Transfer Student as Juniorg Hi-Y '60g DE '60.
Baseball '57-'58g Football '58-'59g Intramural Foot-
ball '59g Projection Club '58-'60, Band '57-'6O.
Slide Rule Club '58-'59g Crescendo Club '58-'6Og
Band '57-'60, Proiector Club '59-'60, FTA '59-'60,
Honor Cowie! challenging . .
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Tri-Hi-Y '59-'60, Intramural Basketball, Baseball,
FFA '57g Band '57-'58g DE Club '58-'59g Proiector
Club '59g Crescendo Club '57-'58.
FTA '57-'59g FBLA '59-'6Og A Cappella Choir 60
Safety Council '58g Intramural Teams 57 60
'57-'6Og FBLA '58
J. B. WALKER
Spanish Club '58, Slide Rule Club '60,
Track, Letterrnan's Club.
"B" Football '57, Basketball '57-'60, A Cappella
Choir '58-'60, Track '59, Student Council '60, Most
Hi-Y '57, Crescendo Club '57-'58, .FTA '59, DE
FHA '57, FTA '57, '60, JNHS '58, Spanish Club
'58-'59, Safety Council '58, NHS '59-'60, Tri-Hi-Y
Transfer Student tronn Matador, Texas.
Seniors . . . yefim
Tri-Hi-Y '57-'58, Girls' Choir '58, Student Director
of Junior Play '59, Speech Club '59, FTA '58-'60,
Thespian Club '6O.
FHA '57, Intramural Sports '57-'6O.
FTA '57g .INHS '58g NHS '59g FBLA '6Og Volleyball
'57-'6Og Student Council '59.
FHA '57g JNHS '58g Library Club '57-'59, Reporter
'58, President '59g NHS '59-'6Og FBLA '6O.
or Graduation Day . .
FBLA '59-'60, Latin Club '58g Intramural Volleyball
and Basketball '57.
Student Council '57-'60, President '60, JNHS '57,
Freshman Favorite, Freshman and Sophomore
Presidentg "A" Football '58-'60, Captain '6Og Track
'58-'59, Letterman's Club '58-'60, Presidentg Hi-Y
Annual Staff '59g Thespian Society '6Og DE '60,
Band '57-'60, Crescendo Club, Treasurer '6Og Slide
Rule Club '58-'59, Veep ot Band.
Proiector Club '57g DE Club '6O.
FHA '57g FTA '57-'6Og Tri-Hi-Y '58-'6Og FBLA '59-
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Vice-president DAVID HEGI
Secretary ,,,, . NELDA MCQUIEN
Reporter . SUANNA REED
Treasurer .. . . ,,,77,, . SUSAN WEBBER
The horizon brightened, and we entered in September as dignified. Surviving two years as underclassmen -
first as lowly Freshmen, then as "lowIy" Sophomores, we progressed to the omniscient complacence of our Junior
year. Finally we were upperclassmen and felt like old timers in the familiar halls of PHS. At last, a milestone has
been passed on the road to achievement. Classes and studies again represented a common problem . . . We
elected our officers and sought to support them in all their efforts to uphold traditions of our school. Working dili-
gently, we felt the satisfaction when our Junior plays became a reality . . . Then interest turned to the Jr.-Sr. Ban-
quet, and our undertakings were crowned with success. This climaxed a year which is now a fond memory, and
today we face the best of all - our Senior year!
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Peggy Dunlap Rockne Dyer
Linda Edwards Denny Enos Sue Evans
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Sherri Golden Trixie Goodgion
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Mike Hutcherson Janet lgo
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Gerald Keeton Wilma Key
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Carol Ann Norman
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Jerry Don Powell
Bobbye Reeves Leslie Reaves Suanna Reed Cliarles Reese
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Grady Savage Martin Schale
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Wayne Snelling Kay Snodgrass Charles Stair
Sharon Standefer Lon Stem
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Hazel Tedfo rd
Jacob Torres Gene Treaclvvell .lo Ann Tubb
Tommy Wallace George Ward Monte Ward Max Weatherford
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Robert Wbitfill Wanda Wilkins
Pl'eSlCler1T . .. . . CHUCK CHURCHWELL
Vice-president . . . VlCKl MCEACHERN
Secretary ,,,v,,, PAULA COMER
Treasurer 7, JOY COX
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Exciting as PHS appeared to us as we first walked down its halls, we discovered that one door had closed as
another opened. After Junior High, we found the customs, traditions, and activities somewhat bewildering. In
time this passed, we familiarized ourselves with the building, our classes, and came to know our teachers. Num-
bering 4Ol, our class was unique in many ways: lt was the largest class ever to enter PHS, we were the first
"lowly" sophomores latter the change from a four to a three-year high schooll and outnumbered both upper
We enioyed the pep rallies, sports events, and all other extra activities, but homework was heavy and report
cards came much too often. Having anticipated High School, we were not disappointed. With one year gone, two
others loom on the horizon.
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As The branches of ever growing Trees
always reach upward and ouTward, The
organizaTions in our school sTreTch in
every direcTion To involve all PHS sTu-
denTs. These oTTer sTudenTs ample op-
porTuniTies To develop Their TalenTs and
abiliTies in many Tields. The honor so-
ciTies recognize Those who excel in
scholarship, ciTizenship, and leadership.
ln This club sTudenTs sTrive To hold The
honor ThaT has been placed upon Them
by Their own works. For Those who
sTand ouT as leaders, STudenT Council
Tills The bill Tor here They work TogeTher
To make PHS a beTTer sTudenT group.
Clubs Tor sTudenTs who wanT an insighT
inTo various professions are also avail-
able. FuTure Teachers encourage sTu-
denTs Toward Teaching, and FuTure Farm-
ers acquainT Their members wiTh many
pracTical ideas in agriculTure. For each
sTudenT, There is a club where we may
TurTher our learning or develop our in-
TeresTs. In addiTion To The pracTical
values obTained, we enioy our exTra
curricular acTiviTies. MeeTing TogeTher
wiTh our Triends and classmaTes helps
us To enioy The work we are Trying To
accomplish. lnTeresT and parTicipaTion
has made The clubs a viTal parT of The
Vic Yarbrough President
+ Charlie Saul Vice-president
Judy Terry Secretary
Fryar Calhoun Treasurer
Helping to promote better relations be-
tvveen faculty and students, PHS Student
Council strives always to raise the standards ot
the school. Members of the Council achieve
more than the immediate goals for the train-
ing and experiences they receive through
participation in this activity strengthens their
abilities in leadership and good citizenship.
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Student Council . . .
Composed of officers elected by general ballot and members representative ot each advisory in the school, Stu
dent Council operates a store for the convenience of the students, sponsors busses to athletic contests, and in genera
strives to make ours a better place. V
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Johnson, Carter, FfYef Ewan '
THE PLAINSMAN STAFF
E W Kay Blair
as Nancy Bell
Photographers , or David Bryant
Club Editor , Buddy Harmel
Reporters , Allen Beard, Henrietta Moore,
Sponsor ,,aaaa so E Miss Betty Buford
Susan Cross Allen Be
Buddy Harmel, Buster Terrell
"Rush" is the by-word for each member of the paper
staff. They rush to sell advertisements, rush to get stories
in on deadline, rush to get papers out, so that they can
begin all over again.
"The Plainsman," is published every other week
throughout the school year except for holiday periods.
We hold membership in THSPA, PHSPA, and TIL.
In addition to meeting deadlines and getting the
papers out, students study the fundamentals of journ-
alism, ad selling, layouts, photography and cuts used
in newspaper work, writing, writing, and more writing.
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Charlie Saul President
Fryar Calhoun c Vice-president
Janice Copeland Secretary
Mary Chris Hayes Treasurer
Gaylia Bryant Reporter
Organized to recognize students who excel ih
Character, Scholarship, Leadership, and Service,
NHS is sponsored by the National Association of
Secondary School Principals. Membership includes
students whose scholastic average is above 90.
Meeting once each month the club plans programs
to encourage over-all development of students and
strives to further high ideals in every phase of
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tion is held annually tor new rnembers.
Project of JNHS this year is to keep the
trophies and trophy cases cleaned and
polished. This the iunior club to NHS
and is sponsored by Mrs. Gladys Whit-
Keith Schoppa S SS SS S S S President
Neil Young SS S S Vice-president
Beverly Blaine SSSSS S Secretary
Barbara Stone S S SSSS Treasurer
Sharon Whitfield S Reporter
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Tom Brown a.aaaaaa President
Sandy Carlisle 7 Vice-president
Rosemary Zeleny Secretary
Anne Collins , Treasurer
Jayne Tudor . C a,,a Reporter
The Spanish Club was organized for the pur-
pose of acquainting students with the customs
and language of Spanish speaking people. Mem-
bership is open to any student who has or is
taking Spanish. Proiects and programs are planned
with this purpose in mind. Highlighting this year,
the club heard Mrs. O. J. Laas tell of her travels
in Spain and celebrated Christmas in the Spanish
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Peggy Schlecte 7 C President
Kay Huff .eeeeeeeeeee C Vice-president
Mable C de Baca Secretary
Jo Dotson e,e, v Treasurer
f Anne Collins , , Y CCCC Parliamentarian
This group is composed of girls who play
in the Band and it is the sister organization
to Crescendos. Object and aim of the club is
to build up morale and spirit for the Band
and to give the girls opportunity for social
activities within their group.
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Fryar Calhoun President
Mike NlcClung Vice-president
Beverly Hamilton Secretary
David Hegi Treasurer
Don Newman Parliamentarian
Gvvenda Covey Historians
Carol Ann Norman Reporter
A study of mythology this year has
helped tc create a new interest in the
Latin language and its beginnings. Formed
to enhance the study of Latin for students,
membership is open to all who have taken
Latin. Highlights ot the year included the
Annual Slave Sale early in the year and
the Roman Banquet staged in imitation of
original banquets in Rome.
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PHS Twirlers amd Drum Majors
Leading and directing the Band in marching drill and aiding Chief in any way possible these four
petite young ladies and the drum maiors add color to an already colorful and famed Band. PHS Band, for
twenty-four years a sweepstakes winner, is one of the outstanding bands in the area. Wherever they appear
-on the football field to boost the school spirit, at pep rallies, or marching in parades, the twirlers and
drum maiors will, be out front. Between performances, each of them spend many hours in practice.
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Bruce Perry President
Jimmy Masten Vice president
Timmy Williams . . Secretary
Composed of boys from the PHS Band,
Crescendo Club is a brother organization to
Bandettes and was organized to further interests
of the Band. Primarily a social groupgthe club
strives for harmonious relations between Soph-
omore, Junior and Senior classes. A colorful
initiation is staged for new members who must
bow to the wishes of the old members. This
group cooperates in the Band Parents' Annual
Carnival to provide music for the Banclettes'
Can-Can Show. They promote Calendar sales,
participate in the Stage Band, help with Lion's
Minstrel and other community activities.
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President Betty Caudle
Vice-president 7 Maxine Julian
Secretary 7 7 7 7 Nova l-luddleston
Accompanist Darla Sue McElroy
Girls' Choir is but a step away from A Cappella.
lt is composed of girls from all classes, and some
of the members sing with both Choirs. This, too,
is a participating Choir in the lnterscholastic League
Contest. Aimed at developing an appreciation for
music, these girls are always ready to "give out
ROW l, left to right, Ragle, Huddleston,
de Souza. ROW 2, left to right: Caudle,
Murphy, Crane. ROW 3, left to right:
Julian, Lewellen, Sawyer.
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lcins, Holt. SECO King Walker.
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Future Homermzkers 0 America
Regina Meek C PreSideHf
Connie Morrison .C ViCe-prSSidGnf
Jeannie Mallow , Secretary
Ann Patterson . .u at up Treasurer
Sue Moore C c Parliamentarian
Sharon Painter RepOrfer
"We are the Future Homernakers of America.
We face the future with warrn courage and high
hopes for we have a clear consciousness of seek-
ing old and precious values." With this creed, the
FHA is dedicated to aiding hornemakers of tornor-
row. In furthering this interest, the club undertakes
varied proiects. Among these are co-managing
the football concession stand, sending Christmas
cards to State hospitals, and the sale of candy for
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Future Farmers 0 America
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This year two Future Farmers, Mike Barnett and Freddy Bell
were named State Farmers. Only Th of all members of FFA in the
nation achieve this degree.
Dennis Alsup President
Ted Daws . Vice-president
David Dean Secretary
William Bain -. Treasurer
Joy Offield . Sentinel
Bobby Shepard - .. . Reporter
Since Plainview is essentially an
agricultural community, PHS
boasts a large and active FFA
chapter. Aim of the club is to aid
in the development of modern
farmers and to assist boys in learn-
ing latest farming techniques. The
Chapter competes in live stock and
land iudging teams at the many
fairs staged throughout the State.
They have taken honors at Dallas,
Lubbock, San Antonio, El Paso,
Chapter Farmers u Ham'
Nllfes' ROW 2' Step Stair Bain,
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HGYQS Roberlsonl Law' Mbclararllagifgllnivurrf Sow 3: llaughlbroighnetlilichcjlll,rcShePherd, Dean, Bennellf
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Row ir Rushing, W ii offaeia, Stephenson' - P ker Daws, awp,
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mond, Rfjlazlizlre Ugraderr Bedwell, James' Hayes
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Greenbands . . .
Known as the "Greenhands," the first year FFA boys is composed primarily of Jr. High boys. They begin their
study of ag in the ninth grade and may complete four years by the time they graduate from PHS. Pursuing studies
in farming through four years, the boys advance from the rudiments ot modern day farming to the more complex
phases of agriculture.
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LONE STAR FARMERS: Mike Barnett, Freddy Bell.
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Susan Cross S, President
Judy Terry S, , T Vice-president
Gaylia Bryant Secretary
Shirley Ford Treasurer
Larry Akin A Parliamentarian
Pursuit of one of America's most noble professions
is the basis for membership in the FTA. Presenting
information concerning the teaching profession, the
club also provided opportunity for students to enter
the classroom and gain insight into the profession as
they serve as practice teachers from time to time. The
group serves as hosts and hostesses in PHS during
American Public School and Texas Education Weeks.
This year the chapter served as hosts to the District
convention. Highlighting the years' activities was the
annual banquet and attendance to the State Conven-
f, Lees Memorial
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Ncztzomzl Thespicm Society . ..
Interested in advancing standards of excellence in
the dramatic arts, students of PHS applied for a charter
in the National Thespian Society last year. The year-old
chapter initiated seven new members and installed of-
ficers in October, and again in February initiates were
received into the Chapter. New members in November
were Linda Goodwin, Mable C de Baca, Terry Sue
Mallow, Nancy Webb, Arthur Williams, Dick Gosdin,
and' Karen Humphreys. Second semester members who
qualified included Marie Anderson, Nelda McQuien,
Sharon Urban, Monty Ward, Barney King, and Ken
President ,cc, cccccaccc,.c.c c Ben Ferguson
Vice-president , , cc,, Scottie Jackson
Secretary c ,,cc Sara Sue Brown
Treasurer cc.c. Judy Atkins
Reporter A, . cJudy Terry
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Ben Ferguson, presiden!
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Scotvie takes veep office as initiates observe.
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Judy Terry President
Kay Blair Vice-President
Shirley Ford Secretary
Nelda McQuien Treasurer
Marie Anderson Reporter
Beginning the year with a bang, the first project of
the Club was Share Day activity in cooperation with
the Salvation Army to provide the needy with fruits,
nuts, and candies for Christmas stockings. With the urg-
ing ot Tri-Hi-Y, the entire school caught the spirit and
all students participated to make the day a success.
Another big event was the staging of the Bow-Wow.
With a beatnik theme, this variety show proved quite
'hrz Ntrs. For . k Evans.
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Robinson. RO ,V Son Wottor, Q ien Glantz.
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dbefg, Rae, Nllller' Blum? 3 left to ftghl' Blair' Mynroe, TaYl0"' MHC U
' ht. Moore, Nellf Reecllklun Malone, Morehead RO Hanhers, Miclure' Walker'
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Neighbors Brown , 4 ROW 4, le
Webber, C C59 Bai' .
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W' ters Fox, Todd, 5l3PlelTn'RgW 4: lltlillisf Holllngswonhl
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Jimmy Carter , . President
Charlie Saul Vice-president
Max Stapleton e,,e,, Secretary
Stan Jones e,ee,ee , Treasurer
Austin Winters 7 Chaplain
Ziggy Nicholson . , 7 Parliamentarian
To encourage high standards of Christian living is the
primary aim of Hi-Y. This aim along with a desire for clean
fun and fellowship led 28 boys to join Hi-Y this year. This
group is a branch of the YMCA. Among the many proi-
ects are a club-sponsored bill for Youth and Government
held annually in Austin, after game parties at the "Y", and
election of Hi-Y Sweetheart.
Clowefl R39 el Saul,
s , Treasurer
Tri-Hi-Y . . .
Toliver, Heye, Blaine, C. Lewellen, Whitfield, Alsup, Cox, Jameson,
"To create, maintain, and extend, throughout the home, school, and community, high standards of Christian char
acter" is the purpose of Sophomore Tri-Hi-Y. Forty-three girls make up its membership. Affiliated with the Plainview
YMCA, Sophomore Tri-Hi-Y is a service club which has such projects as making baskets for needy families and help
ing the Salvation Army. One of the highlights of the year was a Valentine Dance staged in February.
Marshall, Toliver. ROW
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zovllones C.aSnZth, Walker, Innes, Wlmfleld, Glantz, Mullings,
Jameson, C- Lewellen'
'B nnon Herring Horan. ROW 3
2: Gray, B. Stone, Julian,dPerl:ins,BQlis1LLp,PikIjam, Qeye, Copl, Simmons, Ragle
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Fox Bryanl. ROW 3: Ferguson, Hollingsworth, Ragle, Wealfeff Messer' Bryan' '
Leff to righr: Yarbrough, Ph
lnney' Marshall, Carter.
Vic Yarbrough ,, rll, be Y President
Jimmy Carter , Vice-president
Bobby Pillow Secretary-Treasurer
Robert Marshall 77,,o Reporter
Ronald Phinney 7 Parliamentarian
Juanan Perry President
Mary Chris Hayes Vice-president
Ann Gardner Secretary
Suzan Brown Reporter
Interest in business and commercial work is em-
phasized through the Future Business Leaders. This
group discusses careers in business, the oppor-
tunities which lie in the field, and qualifications to
enter secretarial booking, stenographic work as
well as other areas of this field.
yes' Pe"Y, Brown
Future Business Leaders 0 America
Left to right: Row I: Block, England, McGuire, Castleberry, Graham, Brown, Dixon, Billingsley. ROW 2. Ellis, Mitchusson, Miller Lusk Cope
land, Golden, Galloway, Gregg. ROW 3: Peterson, Duckett, Perry, Hayes,Munroe, Virden, Bybee, Humphreys, Mrs. Cate, Young.
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KENNETH GRIFFITH EDITH HATCH
Hamby Distributor Woolwgrth
An outgrowth of modern educational
programs, Distributive Education combines
vocational training with academic study
through the cooperation of business firms.
This program offers students the oppor-
tunity to receive training under actual
working conditions and pursue their high
school education at the same time.
EDNA HATCH LYNDA HANES
JOHNNY JAMES MACK LANE KEN MCBETH BOB MCCONNELL
Leonard s Truck Co. Whites No. 3 Paynes Herald News
Students enrolled in D.E. take the required courses
each year, go to regular classes until noon and work
downtown in the afternoons. They are regularly em-
ployed, and many of them continue their work after
graduation. Juniors and Seniors are eligible to partie
cipate in the program where they receive QV4 credits
JOHN MOORE BILL MOTT
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EDWIN ROBERSON EDDIE SLAUGHTER JAMES SLAWSON
Whites' No. 3 Bryan's Food
MIKE TlNNEY LARRY WALKER KENNITH WHITE ARTHUR WIl.LlAMS
Marse and Son Arch Keyes Warren White Super Market Sears
Gazing aT The skyline oT our ciTy sil
houeTTed agains'T The horizon, we can
Teel a Tranquil peace ascend. AT This
Time of The day, The hub-bub and noise
oT The Town has slowed To a guieTer,
almosT languid pace. Children have
ceased Their playing, housewives are
preparing The evening meal, business
men guiT The day's work To go home
faThe day draws slowly To an end.
Now iT is diTTiculT To comprehend all
eTTorT and acTiviTy which go inTo The
daily realm oT living in Plainview, buT
ours is a Thriving and prosperous liTTle
ciTy. CiTizens of The communiTy con-
cern Themselves wiTh every phase of
civic aTTairs ThaT ours may be a desirable
communiTy. This inTeresT is maniTesTed
in The cooperaTion and supporT given
The schools by businessmen and all
people of Plainview. VVheTher we are
playing an aThleTic conTesT preseming a
play, or publishing an annual, These
men sTand ready and willing To assisT
us and To supporT our proiecTs. For This
we are graTeTul.
Our skyline reveals much oT The
characTer of our Town. In The disTance
we see The church sTeeples, The gins
and elevaiors, and we know ThaT The
businesses are There To supply our ne-
cessiTies. ln This silhoueTTe are found
hidden our hopes and plans Tor The
Tuiure and The means ThaT we may use
To achieve These dreams. Through our
ciTy and iTs scope our horizons of Tomor-
row become Tilled wiTh success and saT-
isTacTion. The ciTy and iTs people assure
us of a Tull and prospering life iT we
buf accepT iT.
Congra+uIahons and Besf Washes
I'o 'Ihe Class of 60
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May We Always Merlf Your Business
HAIL SHOE STORE
PHONE CA 44969 707 BROADWAY
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TABLE LAMPS AIR CONDITIONERS
ELECTRIC CLOCKS FANS
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bob AUSTIN PLAINVIEW TEXAS
YOUR FAMILY STORE
6I5 Broad ay Ph ne CA 4 5272
THE CAMERA SHOP
l709 W 7'I'h PHONE CA 42l5l
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JIM HAYNES CURLY WIGINTON
HOWI-E PAYNE HOOPER S SPORTING
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PUBLIC FINANCE INC
633 Ah Sir 'I B
CA 47468 PLAINVIEW TEXAS
Examined and Supervlsed
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RITTER S FOOD
lzol COLUMBIA CA 46910
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WALLER TAILORING CO
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Seniors of I960
PI1 CA 4 76l I
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N BROADWAY CA 4430i
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500 Ash CA 42I23
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400 Ausin CA 42209
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Box 390 Phone CA 4 73I6
DRAPER FLORAL CO
George Keys Greenhouses
Furmfure Manufacfurmg Co H07 NORTH BROADWAY
PO BOX II8I PLAINVIEW TEXAS
Phone CA 4 I507
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PLAINVI EW. TEXAS
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AII Kinds of BulIdlng Maferlals
CA 46335 PLAINVIEW TEXAS
309 E 6I'I1
GIFT 81 JEWELRY
MARSHALL DAVIS 600 BROADWAY
ETHELS HAIR DESIGN
OLD MEXICO RESTAURANT
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HILTON HOTEL V
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Owner S B MCSWAIN WATCHES DIAMONDS
J L NORRIS Owner
CLEANERS AND HATTERS
8IOA Wesf BIII Sfreef DIaI CA 46264
EHRESMAN BROS. PACKING CO.
"Where Oualfry Coun+s"
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Lawn Mowers For Sale
IOI2 BROADWAY CA 42I53
PHONE CA 4930I
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Used Car Loi 42270 PH CA 44963
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New and Used Paris
CompIe+e Glass Service
407 COLUMBIA CA 429l7
PLAINVIEW SEED HOUSE
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Manufadrurers of Ouahfy Beddmg
BOX I88 PHONE CA 44583
6I6 ASH PH CA 42320
R Q SILVERTHORNE
FARM LOANS CITY
40608 Sk gg Bldg CA 46378
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CA 45322 6I3 BROADWAY
BOYD 81 DAVENPORT AGENCY
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JERRY HARDER PLAINVIEW TEXAS
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PHONE CA 3 3696
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CO OP MES 711 Columba CA 42846
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LUBRICATING OILS AND ACCESSORIES
CORRAL DRIVE INN
6+I1 PO B 407 CA 46381
FURR S SUPER MARKET
D I CA 44I2O
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728 Ash s+fee+ DIXIE SHOP
PLAINVIEW TEXAS II3 WEST 7+h
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TANKS-BUTANE SUPPLIES-MARUEL OIL
GRANADA GIFT SHOP INC
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China Crys+aI Poi-Iery EEDS GIN CO
Gunners Co++on Buyers
Ph CA 46822 PLAINVIEW TEXAS
JAMES HUNT Mg
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GIFFORD HILL WESTERN, INC
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24II1 and Col mba CA 4636I
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I303 DATE CA 39l88
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5I2 Ah S+ CA 49306
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405 we-3+ s+h Ph CA 334ol
Ph CA 47700
HENRYS TIRE CO
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A"YII1'n9 627 ASH PHONE CA 45850
CA 4279: PLAINVIEW TEXAS
REUEL NASH CHEVROLET INC
MACHINE 81 TANK CO
SI'apeI'ron Rlghi' AngIe Gear Drives
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I007 09 Easf 5'II1 S+ Phone CA 4 5639
TEXAS FARM MACHINERY
John Deere Sales and Service
MANU FACTURERS OF
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LESTER STONE COMPANY
Your Mos+ Dependable Source of Chemicals
Ferhllzers Our Specralfy
4l0 EAST 6+h Ph e CA 3 3673
UGMY Meafs CA 42607 7oa Wes? 5+h
LCANS REAL ESTATE
403 SKAGGS BLDG Ph CA 44880
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M0 W Nh VA 42570 CA 423I2 303 W 7fI1
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PLAINVIEW TEXAS CA 45739
phofographer E F SHEARER
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506 B ad ay
JOHN G LOGSDON
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800 E 6+l1 CA 336I3
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