Southwest High School - Dragonniere Yearbook (San Antonio, TX)

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JUNIOR HIGH DIVISION Administration . . . Student Life. . . Sports .... Classes. . . ADVERTISING . . SPONSORS . . INDEX . .. ..1'7 ..21 ..45 ...83 111 129 173 175 191 199 211 233 254 258 .5 353s I , K :Sr ff 51" " 71 I l J-ifm 'Ag' Uzraugh Old man Time must now stand still The rolling clouds wor1't let him pass And colors lull him with their tunes Of sunlight on the Looking Glass. This Looking Glass of misty green Now lying silent in your hand Will be your door through time and space That opens on an emerald land. There lies beneath a towering three A Dragon green with glistening scales Who will with patience tell for you A group of wonderous glowing tales 2 ii A11 time lies still before you now So follow at the Dragor1's side Fly through the past, from page to page, Across the covers, far and wide. X' WPM if N x awww L9 1.7 Q . The leather wings beat out the rhyme And pictures of the emerald sky Become a part of each, and laugh, Or take each one, perhaps, and cry. The Dragon, now, and sky are one And you are one caught in between. So come and join the happy throng Into this shining land of green. But now this Looking Glass put down And let the Dragon once more sleep Because the emerald land is past Reality there is to keep. The act is done, and once again The old man - Time - continues by The colors dying in the dusk Upon the dusty glass now lie. The glass is here at your command The door just off the rugged road The Hall of Time is calling you To help you bear tomorrow's load. QQESEREHQ A 4 R3fi58i14lL To open doors of yesterday This Looking Glass is just a key But it can never substi- ture The present and reality. 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CERNOSEK Everyone connected with the Southwest Indepen- dent School District has b e c o m e acquainted with Mr. Cernosek, our Superintendent, who has served many years as executive officer of the Board of Edu- cation, governing our school system. He has long been noted for his progressive ideas of educational methods. During his administration, the Southwest D is t ri c t has initiated and pursued a building and enlargement program on three campuses, comprising our school d i st r i c t with an enrollment approximating 2, 500 students. Our status as a school system has increased both inside the district and in the state. But, his work does not end with past accomplish- ments. Daily, Mr. Cernosek receives new tech- niques of teaching, seeking the best possible educa- tional opportunities for the children of Southwest. Because of this goal, and its successful execution, Southwest has a system of which we are proud. Seated in the new Administration Board room are the following members, L to R. Mr A V Thurman M S F. Cernosek, Mr. I. W. Watts, Jr., Mr. R. C. Aldridge, Jr Mr Floyd Jackel Mr Henry Krueger, Ir Mr Edwin W. Ripps, and Mr. Nick Constanzo. Richard Aldridge. -President John W. Watts Jr. -V. President Floyd Iackel-Sec. Treas. Southwest Independent School District is ranked among the most outstanding school systems in the district, chiefly because of the unselfish dedication of our Board of Trustees. Its members bear the great responsibility of maintaining a modern school system and an up to date curriculum. Each member, elected by the citizens of this area, works with such specific problems as home and school relations, the selection of building projects and locations, and accel- erated study programs. The Board also guides the various schools in our district so far as school policy is concerned. We are fortunate to have this devoted group of men interested in our school and its welfare. ASSISTANT S UPERINTENDENT, MR. CLAYTON C. NORRIS Mr. Clayton C. Norris, a capable leader effi- ciently serving the Southwest Independent School District as Assistant Superintendent, d oes not even remotely begin to describe the value of the contri- butions and services rendered by Mr. Norris. Receiving his formal education from Texas A. 85 I. University, Mr.'Norris has served Southwest for two years, working closely with the personnel of the school district and handling the many details involved in administering the curriculum and other programs in the educational field. His ye ars of experience and knowledge in ad- ministrative work in sp i re s confidence in all who know him and work under his leadership. HIGH SCHOOL PRINCIPAL, MR.. KENNETH LYSSY This year Southwest High School has expanded and prospered under the pilotage of Kenneth Lyssy, its principal. Mr. Lyssy obtained his formal edu- cation at St. Mary's University. Hehas served South- west as Teacher, Assistant Principal, and now as Principal. Mr. Lyssy has made a great contribution to dis- trict and loc al teachers' association work, having served as treasurer of the District Teachers' State Association, and as co-chairman to handle arrange- ments for the State convention held in San Antonio this year. He has been president ofthe local South- west Teachers' Association for 1967 -68. Leading a capable ad min is t r ati v e staff, our favorite dragon, Mr. Lyssy, helps solve any problems which may arise during the year. VIC E-PRINCIPA L, COL. A. D. HALL Colonel Hall has served Southwest School District many ye ars in various teaching and administrative capacities, including te ach i n g history, acting as Vice-Principal for Ju ni o r High and S e n i o r High School, Dean of Boys, and as former Administrative Assistant to the Superintendent of Southwest schools. Col. Hall's faithful devotion to the school and student body is best exemplified in his innate ability to coordinate the administration of school activities with a warm, sincere attitude toward counseling stu- dents in every level of our school life. Many ex-students have found that Col. Hall's friendship and influence are in large part responsible for helping mold their character and finding a place of service in future career choices. COUNS ELOR, MRS. DORA HELFRICH Southwest has been privileged this year to have Mrs. Dora Helfrich serve as Counselor for the high school area. Mrs. Helfrich earned her B.S. and M.S. degrees from North Texas University in Denton, Texas. She also has her certificate in counseling from North Texas. She was Director of Counseling and a teacher for seven years in Mercedes High School and Coun- selor in Edinburg High School for five years. Southwest is very fortun ate in having such a qualified person to serve in this position of trust. She has done a fine job of directing the students in academic as well as personal needs. Admiuisfrafars Meet Lam! Nc: T MR. ERWIN STEGER, TAX COLLECTOR-ASSESSOR MR, H, N. BROWNING, COORDINATOR OF TEXTBOOKS, TRANSPORTATION AND PROPERTY Secrcfarics Zfczfvrm ,Many Casks MRS. SARAH LEE WATTS, Comptroller of Cafeteria Accounts MRS. MARIE EPPLER, Secretary to the Superintendent MRS. PATRICIA ARMSTRONG, Bookkeeper Chemistry experiments become clear as crystal when Mr. Velinder explains correct procedure. Mr. Irving Leather, B. A. , Boston Universityg M.R. E. , Southwestern Baptist Seminary. The periodic table, metric .system scapels, and books are familiar parapher- nalia to the students who, this year, are receiving an understanding and apprecia- tion of Physical Science, Biology, Chem- Scientwc Preparation Caddy l i rstry, and Physics. Mrs. Stella Ann Browning, B. S. , University of Texas Mr, David Nils Velinder, B. S., Texas A.. 851. University, Southwest Texas State. Mrs. Ethel Scott, B.A. , University of Texasg M. A. Trinity University. Mathematics is now, more than ever, Texas an essential in our world today. Southwest presents to each student the degree of know- ledge which will best pre pare him for his future career. llndcrstaming Mathematics 475 Wm! Mr. H, N. Browning, B. A. g M. ED., University of Texas Mr. Craig Bickerton B.S., University of Mr. Bickerton uses reference ma terials in Library to plan future lessons. Language Department teachers have been striving to give students a thorough understanding and working know- ledge of foreign languages, in addition to regular English classes. language Dcparfmcnf MRS, JENNIE BYROM, B.A., M. A. , Southwest Texas State College, ' With our cha nging and advancing times, English te a chers keep in step with new pro- jects and techniques. Some of the new ideas included the study of folklore, ballads, and learning the art of "listening. " Mrs. Browning prepares German lessons during confer- ence period. "Parlez-vous frangias?" "Pa1abras Espanole" "Sprechken sie Dutch?" "are all steps in the p a th of achieving an understanding and ability to converse in several languages. MRS, IRAIDA MARTINEZ, MISS BETTY POWELL, Draen Pedogogia, Habana B. S. , Anderson University College Develops Kulfuml Kackgrouud l Mrs. Henrietta Morse, B. A, , Skidmore College, Saratoga Springs, New York, Bachelor of Laws, St, Lawrence, Uni- versity. Nouns, verbs, Chaucer, O'Henry, and Shake- speare influence and develop lit e r a r y back- grounds of students, molding and developing each person before graduation from high school. Bill Essary, Lighting Director of "What Men Live By," and Karen Roberts, the 'Angel,' view play from the curtains off stage. Plays written in Spanish were given in class as part of a special classroom activity. Mrs. I-lull supervised the work of drama stu- dents as they produced, directed and acted in Christmas plays with an enthusiastic audience from the high school. Mrs. Joanne Hull, B. A. , University of Puget Sound, Washington. Mrs. Jo Katherine Jones, B. S., M. A., Oklahoma State University. Jlflusic,4,v,vreciaiiar1 Win! Part af Personal Dcvelapmcuf Mr. Michael Pagonis, B. M. E., St. Mary's University, M. E., Our Lady of the Lake. Music is an art appreciated the lization and which continues to inspire and console us today. The music de- partment acquaints interested students with a knowledge of music and pro- vides entertainment and enjoyment for , , the entire student body as well as rep- Drummers, Howard Lanmng, Kerthlohnson, Ray- mond Vara, Jackie Nelson, Richard Garcia, are poised, waiting instructions during practice ses- sion. out the year. Trips to band contests present a few problems for the Director, Mr. Pagonis, and students who wonder where their instruments could be packed. world over since the beginning of civi- resenting the school in contests through- flisfary ----- the Key to understanding l I COL. A. D, HALL, B.A., Southwest Texas State College. MR. JAMES C. GROSSMAN, B. A, , Gettysburg College, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. MR. C. A. MIXON, B.A., Trinity University. To arouse interest and explore reasons that produce events and cir- cumstances is the goal of the history department for students e nrolle d in courses ofAmerican, World and Texas History, as well as classesin Econo- mics and Business Law. Good citizenship is the objective pursued as patriots of history are stu- died and presented in their correct aspect of historicalsignificance. Cur- rent events a re an important part of weekly assignments, and the discusl sions which follow enable students to achieve a fresh perspective concerning world events. Col, Hall supervises cafeteria during noon hour. i Mr. Frederick Donald Baker, B. B. A. , Texas Lutheran College. Mrs. Mary Ann Hill, B. S. , Mary Hardin Baylor College, Hammcrcial Zlasscs Develop .7011 kills' From the first day of instruction ina typing class with "posture, people", to the final day of operating in the "red" in Bookkeeping, the students receive a valuable skill as well as a foundation upon which many will build their future lives. Sandra Guzman keeps up her speed with daily practice. Over 200 students are en- rolled in commercial classes with a course in Business Law offered for the first time, this year. Courses are given in Shorthand, Typing I and II, and Bookkeeping. flcfezemczkiug ZJe,cczrt1c1er1f,4cl1ieees Success Mrs. Betty ,To Iungmichel, B. S., Southwest Texas State College. Mrs. Beverly Taylor, B. S. , Bowling Green State Uni- versity, Ohio. ' ' .lm 5 Each year a Thanksgiving dinner is sponsored by the Student Council members, honoring faculty, adminis- tration and members of the council. Mrs. Jungmichel and Mrs. Taylor supervise the planning and preparation of this meal. xv . -r an . 1 Wwe? 3 '2:. g5 K, ., J ' f 1 "Sr-abd' . ' Y"- sf 99,4 ,Ceadcrshljv ,Make Liang Kenya Plans Mr. Howard Richardson, B. S., Texas A 8a lg M. Ed., Southwest Texas State College. America's vast needs are growing rapidly and Agriculture has become a le a din g enterprise. FFA attempts to meet the challenge by partici- pation in events concerning radio, electricity 'f skill teamsg junior livestock showsg and the San Mr. Richardson participates in all school activities. Antonio parade and livestock exhibition show, Mr. Vernon Milam, B. S. , Texas A 86 I. Mr. Milam conducts election for FFA sweetheart. Physical fdumfian Develaps Zflzysically and Maralq Mr. Bill Edward Brown, Ir. , B. S. , Howard Payne College. Mr. Wayne Thurmann Jordan, B. S. , Texas Lutheran College. The coaching staffbelieves that students shou1dn't overlook team sports because their fellow students do not participate. They could make new friends and accomplish many things while having fun. Cooperation and sociability -- these qualities are developed when students work and play together as a team. The goal, of course, for our sports pro- gram has been to learn individually the real meaning of sportsmanship. Coach Brown finds time to catch up on his paper work. Mr. James Lee Smith, B. S., University of Texas. Wtzeleseme Activity fer Z1 5. Klasses Miss Jorgensen and Mrs. Fruge teach physical Education for High School and Junior High divisions. Activities vary as the seasons change. P. E. students play soft ball, volleyball, as well as many other sports beneficial to health. The girls run track and some enter the track meets held throughout the district. Miss Linda Jorgensen, B. S. , Texas Woman's University. Mrs. Jo Ellen Fruge, Sam Houston State College. Drivers .Education Stresses l3es,eor1siIriHt y William H. Hubbard, B. M. , Southeastern Louisiana Collegeg M.C.M., Southwestern Baptist Seminary. With the ever increasing need for good drivers, it is imperative that drivers learn early the responsibility of owning and operating their vehicles. Mr. Hubbard strives to instill good driving habits in teen years, when they will do the most good. Bill Bitner receives his driving les- son under the supervision of Mr. Hub- bard. .X 11 K -K ---,fw.-- . ur Yu. 'nfi' '7.f05'j2f -X65--V 'M-an fl' .. ,M-, 2--,pw ' g--QK i,s1,KK -,Kggx 13,3555 ,,K?.f,-,,,z,--" "WY" 'F 15? 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K sim.-..i.7gg-5, -'54i,'., 'FISH '-if-fl' -T f Q ,gm KK.,,gQ,.'. -gm.-j fliffi-.3 K-iqigi' 1ZETfii'.K-ev' '-N - " - ' 13-4-KK5, ...Kp 1'-1 ,- 5- K K . , K-.,-'K K.ff.'.-KKQQ-,5.g,, '.Mg,Kf 2532- ..y-5 5.3, Eg: '. ,K K-K, M. Kr. K 52342, -jggjy-K, -ink. .gffiw -'iw' 1' 2.11 IE sl, ,,':,i.-- K-S344 ff-H' 'L-fvf' "vm- KKK,5i5K, ,, K.. 5 ,KgJiY.,, I-,W K-V. ,L - f f ,lil . C ,4. Assists Schoal and Znmmunify Under the able leadership of Mrs. Palm, President of the Southwest Par- ent Teachers Association of Southwest schools, excellent programs were given and many projects completed. One of the many benefits which the high school and junior high has re- ceived is the addition of fans for class- rooms - a much needed supplement most of the school year. Mr. Cernosek, Superintendent, has supported and aided our PTA whenever possible, and Mrs. Palm presented him with a Life Membership and pin this year from the school. PARENT TEACHERS ASSOCIATION OFFICERS - pictured above: Mrs. Kitty Burris, Treasurerg Mrs. Howard Die- hnelt, Corresponding Secretary, Mrs. Doris Palm, Presidentg Mrs, HenryW. Krueger, Vice-PresidentgMrs. Elsie Langler, Recording Secretary. Mr. Mrs . Mrs Mrs Mrs Kenneth Lyssy, President Carol McDonald, First Vice-President Alma Coleman, Second Vice-President Gloria Edmundson, Secretary Ferol Todd, Treasurer Southwest Teachers' Association, affiliated with the Texas State Teachers' Association and the National Education Asso- ciation, has completed its sixth year serving the faculty and school district with information on all aspects ofteacher acti- vities, including legislation, speakers from different fields of education, literature, and oth er valuable aids necessary for good teaching. Mr. Kenneth Lyssy, Principal of the High School, has been President of our local association tor 1967-68. We have made progress in enlarging our membership and increasing interest in training courses, convention attendance, and participation in county association programs. Jlftemberslzzjv Increases 121 Southwest Z7c'avl1crs',4ssaciat1ar1 f w 4 , ' Student lie 'f ii Qs x 2 s :ima , V' X Q Ti. i li . fl, 1 : .if " Ji 'K 'gh' 4? . H1-EW!! Members pictured above: Teresa Smith, Pat Edmonds, Nancy Calloway, Cathy Pickhover, Deb- bie Gilbert, Ann Smith, Helen Janecek, Gloria Pickhover, Ioan Van Hecke, Thelma Bailey, Geraldine Powell, Linda Miller, Don Packham, John Perez, Steven Calloway, Col, A. D. Hall, Sponsor, Joe Dayoc, David Boulware, Chuck Friesenhahn. tudcnf Haunril Randy Smith, Bill Schrank and Colvern Buchholtz assist with experiment during Bell Telephone assembly. "Mod Day" produced some ama zi ng ex- amples of modern youth. Bobby Stillwell, Gail Pettyjohn, Babs Collins, and Carol Miller join in the fun sponsored by the Stu- dent Council. gtg? Safety Councrl members M1keFr1esenhahn T D Smrth Deb ble Grlbert Geraldrne Powell Clorra Prckhover Lrnda Mrller Kathy Saengerhausen Donald Krte Eltzabeth Freld Gary Pack 1-s k ham Pat Woodte Steven Calloway We ,wk In Davtd Boulware 'S Steven Calloway Presrdent Helen Ianecek V Presrdent Ltnda Mrller Secretary Thelma Btley Treasurer Nancy Calloway Reporter Teresa Smrth Chaplarn Helen Janecek Ltnda Mrller Thelma Barley Nancy Calloway Teresa Smtth A Student Councrl IS the mam governtng body of Southwest Hrgh School It rs composed of representa trves from each grade level and a representattve lor each school sponsored club Thrs grves each student a vorce 1n the government of hrs school Acttvrttes sponsored by the Student Co un C11 tn cluded the operatron of the book store class elettrons and assemblres Counctl members ftnd spec tal program entertatnrng John Perez, Davld Boulware, Steven Calloway, Nancy Calloway, Thelma Barley, Teresa Smrth, Helen Jane cek ,Nofzoozol Honor Sooiofy Emoying refreshments at NHS tea are members, Steve Calloway, Wade Tow nse nd, Special merit and recognition is given to mem- bers ofthe National Honor Society whoseleader- ship is based on character, scholarship, service and active leadership. The society tries to prese nt a plan for self-improvement and the necessity for a goal in future life. Members of NHS find satisfaction in using the building stones of this scholarship society as a means of promoting a need for scholarly growth and ma- turity. s rescnfs Goals fo 5'uture if MTW NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY X X x x 5 Lf Thelma Barley Mary Mulhollan Blume Davtd Boulware Judy Burns Steven Calloway Joe Dayoc Mary Ehzabeth Freld Charles Frresenhahn Frances Fuesenhahn Helen Ianecek Sherry Kersey Donald Krte Colleen Kolody Carol Mrller Lrnda Mlller by Don Packham X fs- John Perez Glorra Prckhover Kathy Ptckhover Teresa Smrth .1 ua., George Staff Wade Townsend Patrlcla Woodre Sponsors Mrs Ethel Scott Mrs Dora Helfrrch and Mr Norrrs Band members pictured, Front Row, 1 to 1': Clarinet - Dan Morgan, Debbie Meyers, Steve Mahaffe y, Kathy Runkle, Janet Haile, Sandi Chavera, Martha Bookter, Cindy Armstrong, Cleo Schrank, Robert Flores. 2nd Row, 1 to r: Flute - Karen Roberts, Eva Capps, Nita Coleman, Shirley- Turner, Donna Johnson, Robyne Boulwareg Clarinets -f Frances Smith, Nancy Richards, George Capps, Mary Jane Mulhollan. 3rd Row, l to r: Sax - Kathy Pringleg Oboe - Thelma Bailey, Sax - Johnnie Sue Reynoldsg Bells - Janine Lane, Teresa Smith, Sax - Robert Hardcastle, Cindy Leppog Bass Clarinet - Beverly Neely ' Sax - Nancy Williams, Charles Turner. Hand , Southwest Band members pictured below: Drums - Keith Johnson, Jackie Nelson, Howard Lanning, p Raymond Vara, Richard Garcia, first row, l to r. Baritone Horn - Sherry Kersey, Steve Kimbrellg Altonium - Wyatt Mills, Martin Rauchhuber. 2nd row, l to r: Trumpets - Dennis McCain, Jeff Vortisch, Fred Sinclair James Snook. Trombones - Ronald Vogt, John Bennett, Mike Dlugosh Colvern Buchholtz, Jay Jacobi, Third row, l to r: Tuba - Sylvester Salasg Trumpet - Rudy Flores, William Bitner, Pedro Mendo- za, Joe Corrales, Arthur Escobar, Bill Schrankg Tuba - Henry Williams. Not pictured - Gail Pettyjohn, Donna Eppler and Gwenda Aldridge. Marching IS one facet of band participation enjoyed by x " xx R ' L 5 Rudy Flores and Richard Garcia. 4 I- 1 - '- X l I 968 ,Majarcttes Thelma Bailey Debbie Pagonis , Mascot Gail Pettyjohn 3 1 Kathy Pringle Drum Major Southwest Drum Majorette, center, Kathy Pringleg Head Majorette, left, Gail Pettyjohng Majorettes, Thelma Bailey, Donna Eppler, and Johnny Sue Reynolds. Johnny Sue Reynolds DOUGH EPP161' Hand Pictured above, L to R: Gail Pettyjohn, Thelma Bailey, Teresa Smith, Martha Bookter, Bill Schrank, Steven Mahaffey, Henry Williams, Robert Hardcastle, Sherry Kersey, George Capps, and Robyne Boulware. These students are UIL winners and band honor students. They were sele cted by their fellow students as having participated and contributed most to the band from their respective classes. Students chosen by their fellow band members to re- ceive special recognition for contributing most to the band from their class level are: Bill Schrank, seniorg Sherry Kersey, junior, Teresa Smith and Martha Bookter, sopho- moresg Henry Williams, freshmang Steven Mahaffey, eighthg Robyne Boulware, seventh. Colvern Buchholtz and Donna Eppler were selected Band Beau and Sweetheart for the 1967 -68 school year. Both have served the band well and deserve the title. florzar Students Gail Pettyjohn and Thelma Bailey re- ceived First in Baton Twirling in the University interscholastic League Con- test. Robert I-Iardcastle, Steven Mahaffey and George Capps received a Divi- sion I rating at the UIL Solo and En- semble Contest held at Churchill High School. Hand Parents Huy New llufarmsy Band parents pictured to the right: Mrs. Raymond Vara, Mrs. Jose Escobar, Mrs. Meyers, Mrs. Richard Aldridge, Mrs. Lane, Mrs. Armstrong, Mrs. Vogel, Mrs. Coleman, Mrs. Mahaffey, Mrs. Pagonis, and Mr. Mahaffey, Mr. Pagonis, Mr. Bitner. The goal set by Band Parents this year was to be the pur- chase ofnew uniforms. In orderto attain this goal, the mem- bers operated a concession stand for football and basketball games. An It al i a n dinner was served for the school and com- munity, and cakes, pies and candy were sold, helping raise the needed money. The new uniforms of black, greeh and white will look very "sharp" in the concerts, parades and marching contests held next year. We are sure their success w ill continue as they strive to reach their goal in the months to come. 56 Mrs. Michael Pagonis serves cake to guests during dinner. Band parents enjoy social hour after meeting: Mr. Pagonis, Mrs. Vara, Mrs. Escobar, Mrs. Armstrong, Mrs. Meyers, Mrs. Lane, and Mrs. Vogel Mr. Bitner, Mrs. Pagonis, Mr. Mahaffey Drill Cram Performs Prccisivn kvufines Southwest Drill Team pictured above, L to lk Brenda Neff, lr ma Montez, Pat Woodie, Colleen Kolody, Velma Lane, Lou Rae Snook, Sandra Scoggins, Elizabeth Dlugosh, Helen Janecek, Loretta Teague, Debbie Parrott, Mar- sha Dlugosh, Judy Burris, Janet Becker, Cindy Wrasse, Jeanette Opello, Ruth Ann Mulhollan, Pat Edmonds, Irene Alvarado. Varsity DrillTeam is composed of girls who pro- mote leadership and responsibility. These girls work under the leadership of a c apt ain and three lieu- tenants. Mrs. Mary Ann Hill has served as sponsor for the group this year. BI611Ci2- Neff, Cindy Wrasse, Captain Lieutenant Performances included half-time ceremonies of precision drills at fo o tb all games, a n d parades. Practices were held weekly - and daily p r a c tic e s with the band. Qualifications for membership are an ability to march in precision and follow directions of the student officers. Sandra Scoggins, Lieutenant Helen Janecek, Lieutenant 'Y 5 ,ff 5-aa V' 1, ,Wiirsfrss r A f ww ,rv L -, ' f , sims. 3 .swf 1 f 5 -' ' QM. ' .. , , ' , f, ' f J 1 ' 1 N fi f' , .5 s Q J , V I Q D K R ,f -J ,f ' rf . 1 11 a ' , l il- w 4- K Q, ,. X 3 L f f f Q' , 5 Q1 , wr 5 Q . fr ? 1 21 .i 'L j, . ,few . ., . ,., 'L , rf, 1 J a,.,fa ,, 5 . " ggi Q, K f J 3 A., wiafffilb .-1 -- f , K 1 I - 3,5 r- fs ' i f 5 If P- 3' f lssggaf 'Spirited mir" Victorious Southwest Cheerleaders for 1967-68 pictured above: Babs Collins, Gwenda Aldridge, Betty Petty, and Judie Lanning. f Betty petty Babs Collins 16111655 and Games Aff 3 as ., - V K ,sg-gawk ' -. -- ::., ,, ' -' 4 - f' , .,gl1.., 4 . Q . . .. 5 " f J 1 wi n ' 'Q WE' Z'-'9 2 wel' F" 1 i M j A. 5 wa s . ri 3 I , ii f E. , 5 z B: : :zff..f'i' P -H if ki . 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'- - V- , . . .,.. ,... , . ,. . fffiz,-:.,,. s. zjiegf ll Gwenda Aldridge Elected by the student body in the spring, the Southwest Varsity Cheer- leaders are able to get an early start in preparing for the spirit-filled year which awaits them. They conduct pep ral- lies, sell spirit ribbons and cheer at athletic events throughout the school year. Composing this year's squad are Judie Lanning, Gwenda Ald- ridge, Betty Petty and Babs Collins. Judie Lanning Pep Squad crm' Student Hady Go! We're with you. I-lurray! These words and many more describe the actions of Southwest Pep Squad. This year, more than ever, the girls of the Pep Squad have yelled their hearts out in support of the v ario us teams representing our school in different sports. The Spirit these girls showed was an inspiration not only to the students who participated in the sports, but to the people who were there to lend moral support. We appreciate the Pep Squad and hope they continue their outstanding work in building school spirit. Mrs. Mary Ann Hill, Sponsor of the Pep Squad Squad pictured above: Row 1, Debbie Williams, Managerg Barbara Mechler, Vice-Presidentg Judy Gilbert, Asst. Vice-Presidentg Diane Field, Presidentg Elizabeth Field, Treasurerg Gloria Pickhover, Secretary, Linda Sue Wasserg Row 2, Evangelina Alvarado, Sorocco Salas, Cathy Pickhover, Isabell Mattag Row 3, Mary A. Rodriquez, Debbie Gilbert, Sandy Pridgen, Odelia Castorenog Row 4, Deborah Judge, Judy Schiedt, Cathy Fulghum, Elvira Vargasg Row 5, Wanda Pridgen, Ellen Jonas, Janie Banda, Gregoria Matag Row 6, Roxanne Gardner, Sandra Jackson, Patricia Jarrett, Elaine Thompson, Olga Banda. Girls' Athletic-Academic Award - Ruth Massingill Outstanding Back Award -- Raymond Krueger I s it Booster Club Members pictured above: Mrs. Goode, Missjorgen- sen, and Mrs. Ludwig. lfeester 61116 Rewards Athletes The Booster Club awarded the first annual athletic dis- tinctions this year to partici- pants of the athletic' program. F' ,i 5, ,T W if if 31 it gif 55 Ei si ef 3? it 4 Q if 54 Q s it is it SE Q Fighting Dragon - Robert Becerra ii? ri E22 525 Q 5. 5 55 E FE e ze ,t E 5 is Outstanding Lineman - George Richards Boys' Athletic-Academic Award - Joe Dayoc 5 -fs W- ,. ., 2 .., .. Drama Club Officers above: Carol Miller, President, Geraldine Powell, Vice-President Cathy Lucas, Secretaryg Joe Alvarado, Treasurer, Mrs. Joanne Hull, Sponsor. Riders to the Sea, starring Geraldine Powell, Carol Miller and Cathy Lucas, was presented by the Drama Club, placing in the District U. I. L. Contest. Carol Miller received an All-Star Cast Award for the second time, once in her Sopho- more year and again this year, her Senior year. Duffy, actors in The Sandbox, presented in the Cafetorium during Open House for High School. "He11o! " Drama can emphasize that word of -greeting in so many different ways. Chuck Lovelace found out about this when he appeared in the Drama Club's presenta- tion of the Sand Box by Edward Albee. The experi- ence of being someone else on stage is avery excit- ing one. The students who have joined the Drama Club have learned many of the different aspects of the field and art of acting. While performing in several different and exciting plays, they have also developed a keen sense of res- pect for the hard work and long hours that are needed to produce an interesting and enjoyable play. Drama 61116 Mus Uzird Place Ill ll .713 Hvmpcfzfzan Chuck Lovelace and Susan Drfzgonniere S staff photographer, Ronnie Curry, takes trick shot in homemaking de- partment. Steve Calloway, Editor, strums his guitar for appreciative audience on Senior trip to Bandera. Perpetual motion is the best description given to the Dragonniere staff from one summer to the next. There is always action with a capital Erasers, dictionaries, layouts, copy, reducing or enlarging shots made by photographers, crop- ping pictures - all characterize the editing of a yearbook. An accurate and complete record is portrayed graphically and literally, recording the activities for the whole year. The job ofcoordinating and organizing this year's team was given to Steven Calloway, Editor, Carol Miller, Assistant Editor, with the help of Advisor, Ferol Todd. Photographers, Ron Perry and George Richards, indi cate a willingness to work - and work they did! Dragonniere staff pictured L to R: Brenda Neff, George Rich- ards, Janet McCoy, Carol Miller, Steven Calloway, Ronald Curry, Bill Schrank, Patrick Lindsay, Bill Leifeste, Ronnie Lindig. Not pictured, Irene Hathaway, Ron Perry. Pat Lindsay Art Editor has been responsible for all art work rn the Dragon s Tale Accent on Youth, Literary Magazine, Brend a Neff Index staff member, wipes her brow as deadlrne gets closer. Dragon's staff pictured above, Seated, First Row: Monica Reeves, Susan Duron, Nancy Scharring- hausen, Richard Dunlap, Wallace Leather. Standing, Lto R: Edward Thayne, Ruben Lopez, 'Carolyn DeSalme, Andrew Valdez, Minnie Martinez, Marilyn DeSalme, Robert Becerra, Dale Lyons, Belinda Orr, Linda Ramos, Rosalinda Grajed a, Pat Lindsay, Geraldine Powell. Not shown, Loretta Teague, Velma Lane, and Susan Beal, Dragon? Calc' Keeps Students lrlfrfrmcd Nancy Scharringhausen, Editor Mrs . Jennie Byrom, Sponsor Editor .... Assist. Editor . . Copyreader. . Sports Editor . . . Assist. Sports Editor Head Columnist. . Columnists. . Feature Writer , . Managing Editor . Advertising Manager . . Art Editor .... Assist. Art Editor . Head Typist . . Typist .... Reporters . . . . Nancy Scharringhausen . . . . .SusanDuron Geraldine Powell . . Robert Becerra . Ruben Lopez . .Loretta Teague . . .Monica Reeve Marilyn D eS alme . . . .Velma Lane Ros alinda Grajed a . . . . Richard Dunlap . Wallace Leather . . . Pat Lindsay . . . Dale Lyons .Carolyn DeSalme . . 'Linda Ramos . Minnie Martinez . . . .Susan Beal . Andrew Valdez . . . Edward Thayne Adviser . . . fMrs.Jlennie Byrom Quzll and Scroll Members Shaw Kreafizfc Spirit Quill and Scroll members pictured above L to R Ronnie Curry Geraldine Powell, Ronnie Lindig Bill Schrank janet McCoy Steve Calloway Carol Miller Bill Leifeste, Ron Perry, member not President - Bill Schrank V-President - Geraldine Powell Secretary - Bill Leifeste Treasurer - Ron Perry Quill and Scroll, a nationalorganization of student journalists, is a national honor so- ciety made up of members who exemplify excellent scholastic work, as well as contri- buting to thejournalism program in the high school. Members of this honor group edited the Literary Magazine, Accent on Youth, this year, challenging the im a g i n at io n and creative capability of each member. Steve Calloway, Ronnie Lincug, Mrs. Ferol Todd, Advisor, attend U. I. L. Press banquet in Austin. Eilmzry upplemeuts Zurriculum 1 Library Assistants pictured above: James Janecek, Janet McCoy, Frank Mann, Colvern Buchholt z lrene Hathaway. Not pictured: James Kouns, Margaret Ann Garnett, Mary Hernandez, Margaret Hathaway Carol Rowten, Jerry McWhorter, Pamela Fiedler. The worlds of music, science, history, litera- ture, and countless other fields, are drawn together to comprise a storehouse of information, richer than any monetary value which might be given toa high school library. This is the source of research, study and pure relaxation through books, written by experts in all fields of endeavor. The library has grown exten- sively and much has been done to furnish materials needed by all grades ofthe junior and senior schools. To help meet these inquiries, student library assis- tants are trained to be able to assist in finding books and materials required for study. Mrs. Ferol Todd, Librarian High School - Junior High B. A. , University of Texas BARBARA COLLINS PW E Karl? Mode s I 968 GWEN DA ALDRIDGE GAIL PETTYJOHN Senior Jfamemakcrs look fo Chair gufure Senior l-lomemakers worked on a variety of different projects during the year. They at- tempted to better their community and home life by studying good health habits, citizen- ship, beautification of state. Their main purpose, however, was to pro- mote a growing appreciation of the joy and satisfaction ofhomemaking and foster the de- velopment of creative leadership in ho m e- community life. With chapters all over the world, it is easy to see that the homemakers of tomorrow will play a major role in helping solve national problems. Senior Homemaking Club members pic- tured right: Lydia Silva, Adela Flores, Kath- erine Ochs, Cynthia Wrasse, Gwenda Ald- ridge, Babs Collins, Janet Becker, Sandra Scoggins. Officers pictured above, L to R: Susan Duron, Vice-Presidentg Mrs. Jungmichel, Advisor: Gail Pettyjohn, President, Cathy Lucas, Treasurerg Rosalinda Grajeda, Secretary. students to nght Vargas, Mmerva Janet Mc Pam Erwm De Salme De Salme Guzman Ervtn, Momca Evangelina arado, Evangelina ez, Mary Ester Future Junror Homemakers are natron w1de rn scope and purpose As an organrzatron they strrve to 1m one sentence they learn how to make a home wrth srmplrclty and full of wholesome goodness The courage and expectancy of these members are herghtened by a blendmg of knowledge concerntng old methods versus the new modern approach flamemakers Support Ideals for Kvmmumfy lzvzng prove all phases of family and co m munity life. In Junior FHA pictured above: 1 to rg front row, Diane Field, Linda Sue Hernandez, Elizabeth Crum, Flo- rence Saenz, Alice Montelongo, Mary Reyes, Irma Montes, Debbie Gilbert, Sandra Pridgeon, Ellie Munoz, Vicky Mann, Mary Ann Soto. Back rowg Liz Jackel, Rosalivia Colunga, Barbara Mechler, Guadalupe Ramos, Elizabeth Dlugosh, Pat Jarrett, Marsha Dlugosh, Jannette Opella. Front Row, 1 to rg Melva Flores, Linda Sue Wasser, Judy Gilbert, Jessica Anness, Cathy Sledge, Geral- dine Kolody, Mary Cruz, Ramona Buford, Ruth Mul- hollan. Back Row, Elizabeth Field, Darlene Krue- ger, Bonnie Crisp, Elaine Thompson, Debbie Parrot flamemakiug for Hegiuners is-is Junior Future Homemakers' officers pictured above, seated: Linda Garnett, Presidentg Julia Hernandez, Secretaryg standing, Mrs. Taylor, Advisorg Denise Field, Parliamentariang Elvira Vargas, Historiang Mary Rodriguez, Treasurerg RoxanneGardner, Reporter, not pictured, Nancy Calloway, Vice-President. Junior homemakers began learning the importance of home economics early in the semester. Emphasis was placed on the importance of worthy home mem- bership, a growing appreciation of the joys and satis- faction of creating a healthy atmosphere in the home and community. These busy girls also endeavored to acquire know- ledge ofhow to care and feed infants, sewing and home cleaning. They are to be commended and encouraged in the art of homemaking. Debbie Meyers and Sandra Chavera lay out a pattern for a new jacket. Linda Garnett pauses inhereffort to cut new pat- tern for a dress. O gn AQ If ' V6 faq, 0 .A-' PT' ,L I ,S I XZ?" ll' K O N o llrl t M ,X 70' 47 L1 Future Farmers of America Officers pictured above Raymond Krueger Secretary Eddie Lyons, Sentinelg Donna Eppler, Sweetheartg John Perez President, Danny Constanzo Re porter, Augustine De La Cruz, Treasurerglerry McWhorter Vice President Mr Howard Richardson and Mr, Vernon Milam serve as Vocational Instructors and Advisors to the club Danny Constanzo received a First for his Collard Greens which sold for 5375. 00 a bushel. He re ceived Second for his Green Onions, selling for 3230.00 a bushel. Danny sold Chinese Cab- bage for 95225. 00 per bushel, re- ceiving Third place. Quite an outstanding performance for this young farmer! Senior, Barbara Collins, was chosen to represent our school at the Vegetable Day Show. After try-outs and eliminations, Babs was awarded the honor of Vege- table Day Queen for 1967-68. Land af,4griculture Four outstanding Future Farmers were selected to represent our chapter in the Town and Country Optimist Club. Each year the Optimist Club of San Antonio honors o ut s t a n d i n g people of the chapter in certain fields. Danny Constanzo received his award in vege- table productiong Ronnie Lindig, field cropsg John Perez under leadership and field cropsg Steven Calloway, productive enterprises. Higher Achievemvnts ,Are kewarde The Radio Broadcast winners were Jerry Mc- Whorter, Raymond Krueger, and Ronnie Lindig. The team won Second Place at the Alamo District Contest at Floresville. They placed Fifth in the Area VII Leadership Contest at Southwest T e X a s State College. f F. F. A.. Quiz members were Alvin Seay, Lance Lindsey, Roger Jackel, Albert Ludwig. At the Alamo District Leadership Contest at Floresville they placed Second. They received Twelfth at the Area VII Contest at Southwest Texas State College. Mr. Kenneth Brand, Southwest F.F.A. guest speaker, speaks to boys after they won first place at State. Senior Farm Skills Team took four consecutive first places, the first at City Pub- lic Service Board. The next was won at the Alamo District contest in Floresville. Another first place was taken at South- west Texas State College in San Marcos. The climax oc- curred in Huntsville, where they attained the State Champion- ship. Members of the team were Chuck Frienenhahn, Jeff Powell and Chris Lessing. The Junior Farm Skills Team participated at the local Public Service Contest receiving a first They placed third at the Alamo District Leader- ship Contest at Floresville Team members were Eddie Jonas Joel Goode Senior Chapter Conducting Team placed fifth at the Alamo District Leadership Contest at Floresville. Team members were John Perez, Steven Calloway, Gregory Fields, Jes- sie Garza, Melvin Lindig, and Augus- tine De La Cruz. Albert Ludwig received first place in "light-weight" Berkshire Division and Grand Champion of the light-weight class. He also received sixth place in the light-weightidivision in the San Antonio Exposition. . Z A. Win flarzors ar1d,4ufant Pictured above are Nancy and Steve Calloway with their registered Brown Swiss Heifers. The banner shown is that of Steven's Grand Champion Brown Swiss female of the Bexar County Junior Livestock Show. In the San Antonio Livestock Exposition Nancy obtained the Grand Champion female of thelunior and Open Show Division, receiving two banners and a trophy with her heifer, Steven received a red ribbo n classification in the San Antonio Exposition with his Brown Swiss Heifer. Jerry McWhorter parti- cipated in Public Speaking and received Second at the Alamo District Contest. Janet McCoy, Mr. Milam, Ronnie Lindig, Augustine De La Cruz are seated for r the dinner. Augustine De La Cruz served as Southwest's FFA voting delegate to this contest. 'I Stark Slzaufs Joel Goode received a Grand Champ- ion award with his lamb at the Bexar County Junior Show. He was also awarded Second in a pen of lambs and the Exhibitor Flock at San Antonio Exhibition. Joel re- ceived First in Herdsm an Awards at the Houston Stock Show and numberous other placings at the show. He has been named Star Greenhand ofthe Chapter. Stock Show Barrow Winners: Melvin Lindig, 5th place, Berkshire in light weight division. Jerry Sparkman, 14th place in light weight division. Joe Casas, 12th place, Poland China, mid- dle weight division. Eddie Lyons, 7th Place, Poland China, mid- dle weight division. Guilts: Chris Lessing, 3rd Bexar County and 7th at San Antonio Exposition with his Senior Berkshire guilt. Gregg Field, 7th place with his Senior Berkshire guilt. Chickens: Ronnie Lyons, lst and 3rd with his two pens of chickens at Bexar County Junior Show. Faculty, guests and students wait anxiously as awards are given at F. H. A. and F. F. A. picnic. 1 Joel Goode pictured above with his Grand Champion entered in the Bexar County Show. 79 Donna Eppler, Junior, was chosen by the Future Farmers of America Chapter as their Sweet- heart for 1967-68. She represented the chapter in stock shows, parades, the Dis- trict Sweetheart election, and various other events. She is also in charge of the scrapbook. Entering the new greenhouse can be very impressive. Members of the Horticulture class are en- gaged in helping build a sidewalk: Robert Becerra, Mike Ramirez, Danny Constanzo, Jesse Flores, Chick Scharringhausen, Augustine De La Cruz, George Lessing, Lee Koerber, and Dale Lyons. A new phase has come into being in the stu dy of Agriculture, Land- scape Horticulture. Fourteen members of this class participated as pioneers in this course. They studied plants and their identification, tools, motors, fertilizers, and greenhouse construction. ra in Agriculture Our Horticulture Team participated in the first State FFA Landscape Horticulture Plant Identification and Use Contest held at Texas A. and M. University at College Station, Texas. Members comprising this team were: Augustine De La Cruz, George Lessing, Danny Constanzo, and Mike Gardner, alternate. The team placed second in the contest, with Augustine De La Cruz placing third highest in dividual. A large plaque was won for the team's efforts and a personal plaque for Augustine. Participants in the Land- scape contest identified vari- ous kinds of ornamental plants, using scientific names. After identification, classifi- cation is determined and then landscape usage. Team members and sponsor: Mr. Howard Richardson, Danny Constanzo, Augustine De La Cruz, and George Lessing. Sfufure Zeachcrs Practice in Hlassroam The goal of Future Teachers' Association is to teach young adults more about the profession of teaching. Different aspects of education are given members through guest speakers, conven- tions, and actual classroom ex- perience as student teachers. Future teachers learn the need for a quick mind with the right answers for classroom teaching. New teaching techniques are in- troduced to students in actual classroom experiences to make this club popular and informative as well. Officers: Ronald Craig, Parliamentariang Gail Pettyjohn, Secretary, Kathy Pringle, Historian, Colleen Kolody, President, Frances Friesen- hahn, Reporter, Kathy Pickhover, Vice-President, Patricia Edmonds, Treasurer, Mrs. Jungmichel, Sponsor. Members pictured above: Standing, Lorene Ripps, Mary Esther Flores, Elizabeth Dlugosh, Royce Davis, Rusty Harvey, Ronald Vogt, Wayne Brandin, Monica Reeve, Donna Eppler, Velma Lane, Patricia Vogel, Susan Duffy, Gloria Pickhover, Patricia Woodie, Liz Jackel, Sherry Kersey, Gwenda Aldridge, Laura Ochs, Kathy Lucas, Pamela Erwin, Judie Lanning, Thelma Bailey, Babs Collins, William Leifeste, Janet Becker, Irene Hathaway, Seated, Marsha Dlugosh, Diane Bennet, Julia Hernandez, Sandy Chavera, Judy Burris, Denise Field, Anita Williams, Debbie Myers, Debbie Williams, Rebecca Diaz. Sparts Scrzivr Varsh Football Sweetheart for 1967, Bar- bara Ochs, a very personable Junior, was chosen by the football boys as- their sweetheart to represent them in the season's activities and during homecoming celebration. R Each year an outstanding girl in high school is chosen for this honor, and Barbara is no exception, being soft spoken in voice and beautiful in per- son. Barbara's winning smile brought cheer to the hearts of players and spectators as she sat by the boys during pep rallies and represented them at games half time and homecoming Coaches and players stand to honor Barbara Ochs as she is pres ented to student body as Sweetheart for 1967. ?eleefe Sweetheart Captins, Chuck Friesenhahn, Robert Beccerra and Raymond Krueger, meet Referees in center of the field for last minute instructions at SW-Poteet game. Schertz players and Southwest Dragons rough it up a bit at annual gridiron classic. Joe Dayoc Jesse Martinez l 1 Gilbert Alvarado Robert Beccerra David Boulware l r 4 I g . V Gilbert De La Rosa Chuck Friesenhahn Albert Krueger I 1 2 , 1 x 1 Dragvus Open Seam 4 r 1 A. I 5 f Q i s X. l Y 1 , Q Roger Menchaca Clinton Pringle George Richards I Q l 6 1 x Q fx x -J .c It D I 6 y Ruben Cerda Roger Chapa Danny COX 1 , 7 M d u do d , Raymond Krueger Mike Lampkin Dale Lyons Milf New Gvaches A T ' ' 1 3 8 1 5 I I K I ' Malcolm Steger Gus Torres Wade Townsend Antonio Marquez Jerry Verastcgui Varsity football team pictured below, Top Row, L to K Roger Chapa, Clinton Pringle, David Boulware, Joe Dayoc, Mike Lamp- kin, Dale Lyons, Gilbert De La Rosa, Danny Cox, Albert Krueger, Gus Torres. Bottom Row, L to R Jesse Martinez, Chuck Frie- senhahn, Raymond Krueger, Roger Men- chaca, Ruben Cerda, Malcolm Steger, George Richards, Antonio Marquez, Rob- ert Beccerra, Gilbert Alvarado, Wade Townsend. Center: Jerry Verastegui. y 1 Q it . iix rvff S .. ,,, Eg.: M S Magi N 'lis- Varsify Dragons Eomplef Ron House and Joe D ayoc see hard action in game played with Poteet. PYEIYSHV i in Southwest Coaches L to Pt Ronnie Prichard Wayne Jordon James Smith, Bill Brown, Head Coach, Jimmy Fruge, The coaching staff at S outhwes t has tried to emphasize the values and merits of a good athletic program. In a day when there is a growing tendency for youth to become physic ally soft, we need to encourage students to d evot e themselves to a pro- gram which requires rigid discipline and control of their attitudes, emotions, and physical habits. These c oach es at Southwest Junior and Senior Schools have tried to do everything possible to pro- mote the welfare of the individu al and help our young people meet the s tress and strain of modern day society. Coaches Brown and Smith give instructions to Chuck Friesenhahn of the Varsity squad. Homecoming Q u e e n, attractive Gail Pettyjohn, was chosen the Senior Class rep- resentative for 1967 and ele cted by her fellow s tu d e n ts as their choice fo r the events which highlighted the football sea- son. The tradition of e l ec t i n g a home- coming que en is one filled with emotion and suspense. The thrill of wondering who would finally be selected was uppermost in the minds of all students. But, most of all, the contestants were wondering, "Will l be the one?. " The smile that brightened Gail's face when she learned she had won was one of pure happiness. She was certainly aradiant queen, and one who will not be forgotten by those who saw her. 'M .. 'S' , JLQSQFWM 5 My Hclcbrzzfiou Climbing through the night sky, the Dragon-built bonfire boosts Homecoming spirit. Bustling with activity, South- west's campus, spiced by tangy odors ofham, potato salad and beans, took on the atmosphere of a backyard family reunion, as ex students came home to help celebrate with the crowning of a homecoming queen, Gail Petty- john, for 1967, climaxed by a reunion dance held in the school cafetorium. Queen, Gail, and her court, Junior representative, Sandra Guzman, Sophomore representa- tive, Teresa Smith, and Fresh- man representative, Linda Sue Hernandez, reigned over the fes- tivities. Escorts were as follows: Col- vern Buchholtz, Jesse Garza, Harold Anderson, and Keith Sul- livan. junio Varsity Southwest's Junior Varsity football team completed six games, the team being composed of freshmen and SOphOmOr6S for the most part. A Junior Varsity schedule is played for the purpose of giving the boys experience and oppor- tunity to play which they would not receive on the varsity squad. 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Top Row: Eddie Jonas, Gary Sprague, Harold Anderson, David Fallin, George Lessing, Mike Gardner, Melvin Lindig, Robert Patterson, Augustine De La Cruz, Ernest Reyes, Oscar Perez, Ron Perry, Craig McNary. 9fll7W5 Great Promise , ,L as si my 89,515 Junior Varsity players, Jeff Powell, Roger I-iuizar, Gary Sprague, Ron Perry, Larry Gonzales, and Make Norris, led the team and will be expected to h elp the Dragons next year. Thirty boys lettered on Junior Varsity and receive sweaters. l South San Tournament provides challenge to Dragons as they battle Austin High in middle of the season Offensively, Ernest Reyes drives into position for a score. Ronald House Dale Lyons Ron Perry David Boulware Dale Lyons, Ron Perry and Dave Boulware realize the big half of the game is defense, and they sustain control over the Rebels in scoring position. Varsity lzvuf Sufhuszizslic Dcykusv I Wayne Brandin h Danny Cox James Tondre Ruben Cerda 1--............- Varsity basketball is th e center of winter ac- t. . . . . 1VlI1CS 1n hrgh school. The fast pace a ile I 8 moves, and quick shots excite spectators and com- mands respect from fellow students. Ron House, a four year man performs to hel 1 P Dragons try to down Rebels at South San Tourney. 95 Dmgaus Gilbert De La Rosa Roger Menchaca Dale Lyons adds two points for Dragons. Managers for Dragons: I ack Leather, Keith Su11i van, and Delbert Cox. for Pezfccfiou Gilbert De La Rosa trres for rebound COACH BILL BROWN Dragons pictured L to R: Ruben Cerda, Roger Menchaca, James Tondre Ronald House, Wayne Brandin, Gilbert De La Rosa, David Boulware, Ron Perry, Dale Lyons, and Danny Cox. Dragannetfes Ruth Massingill Sherry Kersey Roxanne Pestello Frances and Betty Friesenhahn exhibit character- istics common to champions. Ufle Linda Miller Linda Garnett Patricia Vogel GO, GO, GO, DRAGONNETTESU is heard as Champs come from time out. Coach Fritz Baker enjoys well earned moment of leisure Dragonnettes dominate district as Linda Miller adds two. Dragauncffes Betty Friesenhahn Ann Smith Frances Friesenhahn Team pictured to left: Top Row Janice Massingill, Ann Smith, Betty Friesenhahn, Patty Vogel, Sherry Kersey, Frances Friesen- hahn. Bottom ROW, Roxanne Pestello, Ioan Van Hecke, Ruth Massingill, Linda Miller, Linda Garnett, Rebecca Diaz. Rebecca Draz Ioan Van Hecke Janice Massingill IK- Umm trims' for lfetfcrmcnt B-Team member, Joel Goode, finds off-court training as vi- tal as on court. "B" Team members pictured above: Dennis Coldewey, Chuck Friesenhahn, Joel Goode, Dave Fallin Jeff Powell, Ernest Reyes, Roger Huizar. K- 5611171 Dcvclaps Jnzividual Kespausibiity B-Team players pictured above: L to R, Mary Rodriguez, Iuanita Terrazas,,Elvira Vargas, Linda Sue Hernandez, Liz Jackel, Dana Renton, D arle ne Krueger, Kathy Sangerhausen, Nancy Calloway, Charlene DuBose, Alice Montelongo, Denice Field, Debbie Meyers. Miss Betty Hansen, Coach Essential to any school's athletic program is a gir1's B-Team. Our team developed the playing ability of each girl and instilled courage to meet defeat and the will to attain excellence. Charlene DuBose and Mary Rodriguez re- bound in attempt to score. . po F 1' at--fm ff fm W. .5355 ,X , Baseball pitchers pictured above Clinton Pringle Ruben Cerda, John p,n,,,y.i . Dragons Devclof Team work and sportsman- ship are the key to victory as wit- nessed when the Dragons smashed East Central, continuing on to a victory over Poteet. In these two games, as well as the entire season, the team maintained the desire and drive so necessary for victory. 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The development of body and mind during the past season will enable each to achieve a greater success in the following year. Joe Dayoc accomplished a feat, placing first in the 440 yard dash in District 29-AA, thereby qualifying for the regional meet. Mile Relay: David Boulware, Clinton Pringle, Robert Patterson, Joe Dayoc. 107 Ann Smith crosses last hurdle in 80 meter hurdles at Regional Track Meet at Mason. Roxanne Pestello takes hand-off from Rebecca Diaz in Regional 880 yard relay. Ruth Massingill sprints across finish line in Regional 700 yard dash. Girls Crack Southwest Dragonnettes romped away with the District 29-AA girls' track and field meet for the second year in a row. The Dragonnettes had ten girls qualifying for the regional track and field meet in Mason. Of these girls, one qualified for the state meet in Abilene. The following years should prove successful for the team as they return ten girls, eight of whom qualified for regional. apfure Ufle I l Janice Massingill takes baton from Linda Mille r in Mile Relay. Top Row, Janice Massingill, Ann Smith, Sherry Kersey, P atty Vogel, Betty Friesenhahn, Frances Friesenhahn, Roxanne Pestellog Bottom, Rebecca Diaz, Ruth Massingill, Denise Field, Ioan Van Hecke, and Linda Miller. 4th Row, George Lessing, Wayne Brandin, Clinton Pringle, Robert Beccerra, George Richards, Raymond Krueger, Augus- tine De La Cruz, Albert Krueger. Dragan Lfettarmcns 61110 Sndawcd Milf New Eye Lettermen, L to R: Gary Sparague, Lance Lindsay, Albert Ludwig, Mike Fries- enhahn, Joel Goode, Eddie Jonas, John Bennett, Melvin Lindig, Make Morris, Joe Estala, Ted Posten, Albert Flores, Greg Diehnelt, Barry Douthat, 'Harold Anderson, Richard Warner, Rodney Reyes, David Fallin, Dennis Coldewey, Gus Torres, Greg Fields. Lettermen picturedleft to right: lst row, Jeff Powell, Joe Dayoc, Danny Cox, Jesse Martinez, Ruben Cerda, Jerry Verastiqui, Roger Huizar, Larry Gonzales, Craig Mc- Naryg 2nd row, Harry Lindgren, Dale Es- ters, David Boulware, James Tondre, Chuck Friesenhahn, Malcolm Steger, Robert Pat- terson, Anthony Marquez, Keith Sullivan, Jack Leather, 3rd row, Ron Perry, Gilbert De La Rosa, Roger Menchaca, Ronald I-louse, Wade Townsend, John Perez, Anthony Ot- remba, Mike Gardner. Officers above: L to R, A1- bert Krueger, Sgt. at Arms, George Richards, President, Joe Dayoc, Secretary, Wade Townsend, Treasurer, David Boulware, Reporter, Raymond Krueger, Vice-President. J-fouzfr Students 2. lx.: it If Lk Q in lv 2119- 1 pg" Ame Dragan STEVEN CA LLOWA Y Dragorznetfv CAROL MILLER COLLEEN KOLODY Even though this is only Colleen Kol ody s second year at S outhw e st she has proved to be one of the mo st capable and admired students She was voted by the Senior Class to be JOHN PEREZ Throughout his years at Southwest John Perez h a s exhibited an outstanding ability to lead. His re a dy smile an d quick wit make him one of the most popular seniors on campus. He has earned the honor of being chosen to represent his class in "Who's Who." 0 Most D e p e n d ab 1 e, and she is this year's Valedictorian. 0 MARY JANE MULHOLLAN Mary Jane Mulhollan has the distinc- tion of being chosen as one of the top stu- dents for the third consecutive year. Her devotion to school organizations and student life makes her a well qualified member of this group of students. DONALD KITE Although Donald's interests are varied, one will most likely find him de e ply in- volved with a math problem. Don has been an active member of the National Ho nor Society for the past three years. JOSEPH DAYOC An exceptional junior is Joseph Dayoc. Not only has Joe been outstanding in his capacity as Class President, but he has been active in sports as well, Joe is a member of National Honor So- ciety, and he has been elected President of this organization for the l 9 6 8 - 6 9 school year. Who THELMA B AILEY Senior, Thelma Bailey, one of our finest mathematic students, shows her enthusiasm and spirit by serving as a majorette with the band. Her intelligence is best exemplified by membership in the National Honor Society for three years and being chosen Salutator- ian for this year. ha HELEN IANECEK Helen Janecek's abilities expand ov er many fields. She excels academically, and is a well-liked personality, endearing herself to all her friends. 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Thelma Bailey has ex- emplified excellent scholastic a- chievement throughout her years in high school. She was a member of the National Honor Society and served as this year's Vice-President. She won an award for Outstanding Achievement in Advanced Mathematics. Among other honors awarded Thelma were a scholarship from the Parent Teachers' Association: Majorette for three years with the Dragon Bandg Treasurer in the Student Council. Active participation in school and extra-curricular activities has brought honor to Thelma and the school. Steven Calloway has held agreat number of positions this year. He was President of the Student Council, Edi- tor of the Dragonniere, and a member of the National Honor Society. He was given the title, Dragon, a dis- tinct honor bestowed upon him by the faculty. The various fields of interest in which he has dili- gently s erv ed have not hindered him socially or aca- demically. This is evident in his outgoing personality and a church related scholarship which he deservingly received. The highest degree awarded by the State Association of the FFA, the Lone Star Farmer Degree, was awarded this past summer to Ronnie Lindig, Curtis Gunn and Ste- ven Calloway at the State Convention in Dallas. This achievement has been given to o nly two stu- dents from Southwest in previous years of competition. Marks of superlative accomplishment in leadership ac- tivities, extracurricular activities, and production of livestock and crops are needed for this award. ThelmaBailey has been a member and officer of the National Honor Society, the Student Council, and Fu- ture Teachers of America, Her wide-spread interest and outstanding service to the school and the Band has been rewarded by a ca d e mic success. She was selected as Salutatorian of the Class of '68 and received a church related scholarship. The Parent Teachers Association awarded Thelma the first scholarship to be given by this organization. The title of Dragonnette presented to the most out- standing girl in the graduating cl as s is given to Carol Miller, our Breckenridge Scholarship winner, Assistant Editor of the Dragonniere, P re si de nt of the National Honor Society, and A11-Star Cast winner in the U.l.L. contest. Recognition for her achievements was given by the Daughters of th e American Revolution award of "Good Citizen. " Carol is a wonderful example of the "All-American Gir1" of Southwest. Bill Schrank has devoted his entire school career to the development of musical talent. The long hours re- quired for practice, Saturdays a nd holidays devoted to parades, concerts and contests have paid good dividends St. Mary's University recognized his ability by award- ing him a four year S1 , 500 music scholarship. Colleen Kolody, Valedictorian of the graduating class, is truly deserving of the scholarship presented her. She also received a church related scholarship, and the award from Readers' Digest fo r a year's subscription in the language of h er choice. Colleen's contribution to the school has been greatly appreciated. Two of the most versatile members of the Junior Class are Cathy Pickhover and Wayne Brandin. Cathy excells a- cademically, and her participation in extra-curricular activities is apprecia- ted by the student body and faculty. Music is one of Wayne's main in- terests. His singing ability made him an important "celebrity" at South- west. Wayne and Cathy are perfect re- presentatives of the Junior Class. 611155 Barbara Collins and S tev e Calloway have at- tained the distinction of being Class Favorites for the second consecutive year. Babs' vivacious per- sonality, charm, and beauty are just a few of her many admirable attributes, and she is well deserv- ing of the title of Senior Class Favorite. Steve has participated in many activities during his school career and has been outstanding in all of them. His direct leadership and willingness to work for the school has won for him the respect and ad- miration of his classmates. Babs and Steve are, indeed, a wise choice for Senior Class Favorites. Zzuvrifcs Two of the most popular individuals of the Freshman Class are Linda Curry and Keith Sul- livan. Linda's fellow students find her to be a very congenial person, Her enthusiasm to please others makes her an ideal Freshman representa- tive. Athletics is Keith Sul1ivan's main interest. Due to an injury sustained in the summer Junior Olympics, he was unable to carry through with his participation this year. Because of his un- tiring interest and d evo tio n to sports, he was manager of the entire athletic program for the past year. Outgoing personalities characterize both Gloria Pickhover and B e rn a r d Bynum. Gloria cooperates readily in academic and extracurricular activities, helping make various school programs successful. Her efforts and dependability are appreciated by the fac- ulty as well as the student body. Bernard's athletic abilities have gained for him the respect of his classmates. His quick smile and friendliness have made him a favorite person through- out the school. 'Q' Q vi' 'ia wi 5+ w' 'S YQ X!! X54 ! l 'Qs U' J ffxx 4,'A 'A ffm mm MOST DEPENDABLE Dependability is a significant trait characteriz- ing Colleen Kolody and John Perez. Colleen's loyalty and devotion to the Drill Te a m in which she has been a member for two years, have re- flected the kind of thoughtful pe rson she is. Her willingness to engage in a job and see it through is quite evident to those around her, Colle en is,a member of the National Honor Society and Presi- dent of the F.T.A. She has also earned the title of Valedictorian. John is a hard working and reliable individual. His achievements as President of the FFA an d the Senior Class se rv e as examples of his devotion to duty. ,Tohn's ability to organize and perpetrate his ideas have made him a most dependable person. MOST POPULAR Gail Pettyjohn and Steven Calloway have received a meaningful honor in the minds of seniors. Gail maintains the ability to illumi- nate a room with her warmth and friendliness. Having been a majorette for three years, Gail has developed a truly enthusiastic attitude to- ward the joys of life and the meaning of amity. Steven has proven his qualities ofleadership in various organizations, such as the National Honor Society, Student Council, and Editor of the Dragonniere. But he has also reflected his deep-down ability to be friendly and unde r- standing. Humility and ho nesty have made Steven a well-liked and well-respected indi- vidual. MOST A T HLETIC Ruth Massingill and Ronald House are well deserving of such a distinction. Ruth has lettered three years in varsity basketball. She won second place in district for the 220 yard dash and missed qualifi- cations for the state meet in the 100 yard dash by only a "hai1'." Ronald has devoted his time to the robust sports. He has lettered four years in both football and basketball, as well as having lettered three years in baseball. To add to the various distinc- tions, Ronald received Hon- orable mention in baseball. Indeed, Ruth and Ronald depict the epitome of athle- tic America. l MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Kathy Lucas and George Staff have received this esteemed honor bestowed on only a select number of seniors. Kathy has been an active force in the speech and drama department, par- ticipating in the Ol'l6"aCt play and girl's debate in the U. I. L. meet. Her diligence resulted in third place wins for the one-act play and de- bate.team. Kathy is senior class representa- tive in the Student Council. Her pe rpetual quest for improvement has made her a most re- sourceful and hard-working individual. George has academically conditioned him- self for a successful future. He is a member of the National Honor Society and the speech and drama department. George has acquired a well informed attitude of not only the school but the world about him. He is a prime example of self-reliance and ingenuity. Seuiars Qace Homplaf World Speeches ma de by the top ranking students at gradua- tion exercises ratedhigh interest with guests and board mem- bers alike. Seniors could be proud of their representatives at this ceremony. 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A Q ,w4sfVLA,mf2V - " . szwaisggifgiia ff'--V V- W why, 4 ggi, 5 Lim- " W W 5 min Q , 222, :fe M fzg-3, V XM PW 5 1 ! M,,g,VV-VeQ,.,,,m .V ' z' A V . VV35glj5HW, JV fl - ' V ' '- " -S ffmwifm-4f24ehE?Vi--fa f'5f4'5' fi- -FSH ii ,, v Si f fiw .K 2-az'-V. ms' 15-rw,-mx, ii! X 2 Q , E 5 Q, 5 gm J Seniors Honfemplafe No Gwenda Aldridge Joe Alvarado Thelma Bailey Ernest Barnes Judie Lanning pictured b elow is lost in thought as she visits college campus. Robert Beccera I H1161 BCCRCI' we Sfufurc S Colvern Buchholtz David Buford 1 Seniors, Robert Bec- cera, Edward Thayne, and Andrew Valdez use library for research. If wishing could accomplish miracles, then Colvern Buch- holtz, David Buford, Wallace Leather, and Dale Lyons have high hopes. l Steve Calloway Barbara Collins Johnny Crisp Ronald Curry fflzflzusiasm 5 paul De La Rosa Amelia De Leon Marilyn De Salme Carolyn De Salme Rebecca Diaz Beverly Dowda Trinity University ca mpu s is a beautiful place to Richard Dunlap Susan Duron visit as Geraldine Powell a nd Carol Miller participate in speech contest. Seniors CarO1 Ervin Pamela Erwin Admiration for other people is one of Chuck's greatest attributes as seniors, B abs Collins, Chuck Scharringhausen, Dale Lyons and Nancy Scharringhausen get together in typ- ing class. , Frank Garcia Physics poses many proble m s for Steve Calloway, mot Picturecb Wade Townsend and Ronnie Lindig. IOC ESIHIH Alpha Fischer Adela Flores Margaret Garnett Pablo De La Rosa e xch a nge s a few remarks with Gus Torres during class change. William Hargrove Christine Mary Hernandez Ronalc Donald Kite Lee Roy Koerber ummcr and Efrcedam Colleen Kolody james Kouns Michael I. Lampkin Judie Lanning Library assistant, James Kouns, checks for over books Eloy Ugarte gives a play by play description to Arthur Perez and Joe Casas Wallace Leather Ronnie Lindig 137 Ruben Lopez Cathy Lucas Ferman Lopez fNot Picturedj Dale Lyons Janet McCoy Football letterman, Johnny Crisp, contemplates future. Frank Mann Minerva Martinez Ruth Massingill Carol Miller Marylue Moya 138 fNot Picturedj Senza ir!! .75 Hantugious M31'YIiane Mulhollan Brenda Neff Katherine Ochs Arthur Perez Cheerleaders pictured dramatically against billowy skyline: Judie Lanning, Babs Collins, Gwenda Aldridge, and Betty Petty. infarct Judy Smith is object of smiles from Susan Duron and Monica Reeve at bus stop. Student band leader, Bill Schrank, directs dur- ing pep ral- John Perez Gail Pettyj ohn Geraldine Powell Kathy Pringle Delores Ramirez Elvira Ramirez ary Illifh 13111.95 Members Mike Ramirez Linda Ramos Jesse Rangel Monica Reeve Paper staff members, Geraldine Powell and Richard Dunlap, proofread material for George Sanchez John Scharringhausen final priming' Bill Schrank Judy Smith Randy Smith T. D. Smith Ronnie Lindig writes Graduates We copy for annual. Hilaria Soto George Staff Bobby Stillwell Edward Thayne Wade Townsend Charles Turner He With Dcterminafian Eloy Ugarte CNot Picturedj Andrew Valdez Della Vargas Frustration is a phase of senior life expressed by Babs Collins. 143 I- 144 Seuwrs Gam Gmduatmu Goal i"' ' Iunior class officers picture d above: Danny Cox, Sherry Kersey, George Richards, Pat Edmonds, Kathy Pickhover, Barbara Weyel, Joe Dayoc, Donna Eppler. Joe Dayoc, President Danny Cox, Vice-President Barbara Weyel, Secretary George Richards, Treasurer Donna Eppler, Reporter Pat Edmonds, Kathy Pickhover dent Council Representatives Sherry Kersey, Sgt. -at-arms Stu- Evangelina Alvarado Gilbert Alvarado Irene Alvarado Olga Banda Ernest Barnes Susan Beal Dee Bilbrey June Bookter David Boulware Irma Braden Wayne Brandin Judy Burris Beatrice Casillas Odelia Castorena Enthusiastic Praspvcfs far fuuivrs History has amusing moments for Donna Ep- pler. 147 Charles Camden Danny Constanzo Danny Cox Marvin' Dack Royce Davis Joe Dayoc Augustine De La Cruz Consuelo De Los Santos V ,.:,. Q, l,Q , A, , .ff"f5L531i551155':'k eff llffawiiiilll 3 .C 29, ' xi' A ,-V I V .. 1. 5225 2 Q: arf A ff it :,. 2? ' sax ga, 1 a n ,. rf YEW. SEQ lil , -tar, s g-rggwfyvk ggi LZ fp rs, rg, il 'Y sr , , lil sr i, s 1 It S 1 sk f 33' m v? rl .- .' 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Ernest Reyes George R1 ch ards t Edwin Rrpps QQ 4Ll g Sammy Rodriquez Alice Saunas IVY David Salinas r . dhsite. j mf V V V Sngli I1 51115565 Stimulate Interest George Sanchez Sandra Scoggins Jimmy Seay Bill Sellers Lydia Silva Ronnie Smith Malcolm Steger Danny Sullivan gffiy! sg: 51. nf-Z1 ra ans, 1 sf f s -52 fr 1532 3559313 K4 fivqiii rr, ,K ,ms 1 gi'2E?s?r?gr,1, gre Law fr gi, ,y rggi S5 X if Y X .Q s K , if Y 3 if , fr r 2 X V fn -. . r. ws , 1 ieiile f V elie.i , 7,fk I Junior student finds outside study necessary in demanding curriculum. Clyde Townsend Gail Vogt Cindy Wr asse Barbara Weyel s,.,,. im ,. l . is X 2' Q 3 Loretta Teague A fu'-Q ,A . ,.,AA : Shirley Thayne S ., ' 1 e 1 ' V an 3 sf -... 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George Capps Richard Castine Gabreil Cerda Irene Chandler Rodger Chapa James Chilton Dennis Coldeway Ros alivia Colunga Juan Copado Ronald Craig John Davis Gilbert De La Rosa Greg Diehnelt Michael Dlugosh Barry Doughat M faai , Barney Bynum and Jerry Verastequi discuss the "point" during break in football game . 's,-'ii -L s , 'fp . , . ,gf jug? i s ff f , yi: 4 iifg X X . je ,S as F is F is MGI' "" f 'iw ,. 1a V, i f 'Hama Eli 21 rf' ld 4 f ir. Sus an Duffy joe Enriquez Martha Enriquez Arthur Escobar Dale Esters Juan Estrada David Evans David F allin Dorothy Faulkner Elizabeth Field Diane Fields Victor Figueroa Albert Flores Olga Flores Betty Friesenhahn Charles Friesenhahn Frances Friesenhahn Linda Garnett Jesse Garza Leon Gayoso Judy Gilbert Rusty Harvey Julia Hernandez W' 4 5 X wi? ww' ' a x' ' H Charles Jackel - r" -Ltr" V K it ,,ss,.m R, X Homer Jackson Sandra Jackson Herman Joppich Ralph Klinglesmith V K ,,, A Q C E Sopholozoros Support School Zzozofiolos Sophomores, Sandra Chavera, Cindy Armstrong, Martha Bookter, and Daniel Morgan, take part in Thanksgiving Assembly as the Band gives several compositions. Teresa Knifer Elenora Lanning I ack Leather Chrii Lessing Harry Lindgren Melvin Lindig Charles Lovelace Evelyn Lucas Jesse Lucas Dana Lux Alvin Mann Anthony Marquez Brenda Mason Janice Massingill Gregoria Mata Mike McGee Barbara Mechler Roger Menchaca Pedro Mendoza Linda Miller Irma Montez Alice Montelongo Gloria Morales Dan Morgan ggfg1ri, I lx I, if ' f fr, . 1" 'tw .,f,2'yf V S 1 ,451 X x 3 ? Mr . , ,X X F . Nw Q r. ., Qf,"f'l'5.'T': ' A ' laiwwx 6532-I - V- f"'1Mfl5-", '4F-1 4 .wif H3 X Mr' 'fi' rl' 'M A ii o ,. SW fs . - as W a a c' F- 'Y A lv , .3 r, f . 6"f.f.a r-my "1 m g, -.., W, -f NN . by me U, ' 1, ue. 1 .:,, 53: H M53 . A .. wafa fr for f. W' af ' "" ,qigxg I., .. ,. .lll rk QM , 5, 4 X .L ' N , r S 1 U B+' fx , 'Y' P 1 f Saplzamarcs Milling .ay Ma ,.r, iirifaiafs -, wma - ,I w,,:.,,-, 1 Sffil . x. ff 1 gg Y Y 4 I, 1, X jg in W"'Nsv.ia - ' ff ' V. 1-is iff, "av ,, - na: x Q. ., N l Q' S 3 V Lylvrga f . : 4, ,qw k.,, K Wg-. . 5 315 A A. ,wezlafp , V, K H W, - 'Q K- r 1 . 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Robert Flores Rudy Flores Agnes Franks Bonnie Crisp Mary Cruz Paula De La Cruz Linda Curry Lizabeth Crum Elizabeth Dlugosh Marsha Dlugosh William Englehart Wanda Essary Donald Ewen Denise Field Greg Fields Margaret Frausto Pam Fiedler Mike Friesenhahn ffzylz Salma jlflca Melva Flores Joe Fuller Juan Galv an William Galvan Gilda Garcia Roy Garcia Rox anne Gardner Debbie Gilbert Joel Goode Martin Gutierrez Russell Hall Keith Harrison rrrrrrr :rfi E -'sw as 5 +11 MM S I ' flliiffk 95,5 'i 'f-sk si . .-.1-'if""!':i?:i ,:f er 1 52 , rf-'E jf ' lg re-, r w ,E 'ttlirk R K 1 .:gf5r3af:':":.:si,rag1' :Qtr "worm fray, , - FK-ltcgfan-gal, K- 5.51, 55,,YQ5ge, ' f254fQ ff-- ,a - 4 'ivmzlrfxilsilis . I f are lesson Preparafim Linda Hernandez Richard Hernandez Linda Holmes Steve Hoyt Roger Huizar Gary Hutton Elizabeth Jackel Roger I ackel Mark I acobi Patricia Jarratt Keith Johns on Ellen Jonas Eddie Jonas Geraldine Kalody Stephen Kouns Darleen Krueger Gary Lindsay Albert Ludwig I. t t "' 5 Lance Lindsay A it T 5 .L ' J L reey g reeer ',f-e E Geffery Lupton Ronnie Lyons Vicky Mann Jesse Martinez Craig McNary Lillie McCorder Ruth Mulhollan Ellie Munoz Debbie Myers David Nelson pf ta? Refreshment stand affords opportunity for Mike Friesenhahn to pause at half-time. K f 1 " 1,1 k5',i':5xf'Q'i 5,1 5 5 - .-:-mf-:H,. ' Jig' vw .nlkyi 1 .Q ,. Q .- I . ,xv H tb fix KU! Trigg? Alf eifhraugh Llvzdcrshzp- Ztfshmen ,Make Prrfgrcss Joel Goode and Greg Fields "try" their strength. Jeannette Opella Anthony Otremba Steve Parrott Vida Peet Randy Potter John Pestello pi 43 ..,. 5 ,,, li Q My , Stanley Pringle Sandra Pridgin Lupe Ramirez Jim Rearick Dana Renton Mary Alice Reyes Karen Roberts Mary Angel Rodriguez Priscilla Rodriguez Richard Rodriguez Lunch period affords time for freshmen get-together. Aa Chano Roman Roy Ruiz Florence Saenz Qreshmcu lead 0 Angelita Sanchez Kathy Sangerhausen Dora Sauced a Judy Schneidt Alvin Seay Teresa Silva Ann Smith Gary Sprague Actafvifies Lucy Torres David Travers Elvira Vargas Paula Vargas Joe West Anita Williams Debbie Williams Henry Williams Freshmen band members return from half-time activities on field. Jeffery Stiewig Keith Sullivan Andra Torres heshmvn Made Anyusfmeufs in HW: School Anthony Otremba and Joel Goode find time to make interesting comment during assembly period. Library Assistants, Henry Williams and Joe West, report for duty early in school day. Freshmen class members have a brief break during classroom activity. junior HMI Division ,Yu ff! Gambines Sffart and Satisfacfiau Adminisfrafivn JUNIOR HIGH PRINCIPAL, MR. JOHN H. MORGAN A new ad d ition to our administrative staff at Southwest is Mr. John H. Morgan, Principal of the Iunior High section of the school district. Mr. Morgan received his B. S. and M.S. degrees from Northwest T ex as State University in Denton, Texas. He has had many valuable years of experience as a teacher, p r i n c i p al and superintendent. Mr. Morgan came to Southwest this year from Dallas, where he spent a year in the Texas Youth Program. Serving with dignity and dedication in his ad- ministrative capacity, Mr. Morgan has made many friends and assisted with the heavy increase in enroll- ment which always accompanies growth. JUNIOR HIGH VICE-PRINCIPAL, MR. MICHAEL PAGONIS Mr. Pagonis, man of many talents, has revealed another one this year in his successful ad1ninistrator's task as Vice- Principal of the Junior High section. We are fortunate in having such c ap able leadership, and Mr. Pagonis is truly a man of exceptional caliber. I-Ie has a talent for organi- zation and a drive and skill rivaled by none. The music d ep art m ent under the supervision of Mr. Pagonis has helped bring Southwest to the front of all school activities in the district. One of our busiest people on the staff, Mr. Pagonis is a friend to students and faculty alike. MRS. CAROL MCDONALD, COUNSELOR JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL Mrs. Carol McDonald has served as Counselor for the Junior High div i si o n of our school this year, coming from the homemaking department where she was engaged for several vears in train- ing young women as future nomemakers. Her attractive, warm personality h as helped in the planning procedures forjunior high students. Under her careful supervision, students have suc- cessfully ou tline d courses for their senior high years to conform to curriculum requirements for graduation. Science-l5'uild01g for the yllfllfb' W 3 James Shelton, former graduate of South- west High, finds Science to be challenging sub- ject. MRS. MARIE FITZGERALD, B.S., High Point College, North Carolina. MR, JAMES SHELTON, B.B.A. A. 8L I. University The student bo dy of the Junior High has been pre- paring for the future with the aid of the study of basic science. More advanced subjects, such as biology, chemistry and physics, require a thorough understanding of scientific building blocks. With the ever increasing need for scientists in all major fields, it is agreed that fundaments are important. With experiments and round table discussions teach- ers credit students with ability to reason, comprehend, question, and express theories and ideas of their own. MR. CHARLES GORDON SCHULTZ, B.S., Texas Lutheran College. fNot Picturedj ,flflafheluatics-International Language MR. WILLIAM C. BULS, B.S., University of Houstong D.B. , University of Chicago. Modern math has opened new horizons for students who have inquisitive minds and a real desire to find the answers. Simple formulas and problems can often b e c o me real in the class- room of these young aspirants to mathematical knowledge. MR. HERBERT ERNST, B.S., A. 8: I. Universityg M.S., Texas A. 8: M. University. Development of reasoning and the subsequent exploration into other fields is the basis for the study of mathematics. Mathematics in junior high is becoming most important as good foundations are laid for higher divi- sions of math. MR. ALAN E. SOEFIE B.B.A., Texas A. 8: M. Fractions and more fractions! Mr. Soefje's blackboard reflects the problems o u tl in e d for junior high students. Engbsh Pragram .75 Sfleifiblc MRS. MARIE PRITCHARD, B.S. 1, Southwest State College MRS., DOROTHY ANN NOVAK, B.A., Incarnate Word College. r MRS. NAIDA SEGURA, B.A., MRS. ROSEMARY STANLEY, lucarnate Word College B.A., St. Mary's University. English classes for Junior High students are made in teresting under the supervision of Mrs. Pritchard. Donna Schreiner consults Mrs. Segura regarding proper punctua- tion marks to be used. Newspaper Haas Curriculum in the English department received an interesting addition in the advent of a Junior High newspaper. Students wrote, edited and pub- lished their first newspaper in this division of our school. It was c o nsi d e r e d an advancement in English skills and journalistic interests w e r e en couraged and developed. Hsalz Department With the continued growth of the school dis- trict, all activities have increased. With new en- thusiasm toward self-expression and a deeper un- derstanding of subject matter, the student body has accepted new ideas and methods - and forged ahead. fudenfs 5 Smiling broadly, Kenneth Stitcher finds a question in history he can an- swer. isre51X'1T1ifQEY2i?f?1'?iQ????Teiii?zSSie'f2?itMlm'-ssvax2s'g2rtiQgfssrffaifsrgfsetsawrrsriffy?sassrrzeiebwwrssrswniswsgewffarwrTssatsslffslrfw,M-gs,f 2. V - ' ff H L V'-V wrt. . H Q Y 1 at w V L, M 2 Im, X A . W W X Maw lzvfiiiiiwwii A Vil"f4h?, sr? A I ffieaifz AEELEQQWQ sgamwfistg zssiseesss M Sen rg? WEEE' 55352 ,, 5 we gf Rgfgbgiiage stwrgg 5jafg?"i?fe 395555555 Y5af?i5Eii1fb '65EgaNs'Sf f I5?l9?7s Wnfcsifki MR. WALTHER JOHN IVES, B.A., Trinity Universityg M.A., University of Texas. Sandra Miller, Randy Hargrove and . . . Teresa Williams appear lnterested as . . question and answer period progresses. Mizsuz M155 Wzhzk' 170 k at Hi tary as a r, Research proves beneficial to Candi Beam, pic- tured above . MR. Jerry STRICKLAND, B.A., North Texas State University . R- 2223144 5-H, X' : 32- ggigfgtgfefg fiidfiiiiirg in fr' 355 Ti? iii M51 fs? 31916 Q55 mil ,my fsggid X. . ff: W- f, ww. - . fi-www' -WM--if MN. . , .,,,iijI!rf'if'1, ,L ,,..,E5aa.. gggggai gfa,,,.'g,,f.w,,,, f fi-,w,,gM.,g,-.t. ,-fs,,,trsg,, ti Jw ft, Xf"'1'5 azf, ge -wgf',Lf,:e:1.yy-,wa X Q 'f'---bzsdn L. f fc-Sw ,: - '94 -in A stgisww-I iw-- 335525373 ss z i +i?3ff52i 555332553 ewhtasisi V it1fQ,Y'f,rk In the department of history each stu- dent has been endowed with the funda- mentals of democracy, American ideals, and what it means to be a good citizen of the community. The changing world we live in makes it important to learn our lessons well from the past and then press on to a better fu- ture. ,Impressions are lasting, and history can make us think and determine the kind of world we want to work and strive to attain. Mr. Morgan and Mr. Ives take time to discuss test schedules. Digressing from his history assign- ment, Martin Rauschuber decorates his tennis shoes. Wzgfsical Sducatiau-,4 Must for Zfomvrrauf L to R above, Roy Logus, Frank A nne s, and Sarn McGarity. With the increased demand of society for better informed, stronger young people, the physical edu- cation teacher's job has been enlarged. In this fast moving world of today, it is the stro ng who "con- quer. " Doors to the future are opened by the strong of heart. MR. RONNIE PRITCHARD, B.S., Southwest Texas State College. qNot Picturedj MR. DANIEL J. FRUGE, B.S. Sam Houston State College. Exploring new frontiers of space requires phys- ical stamina as w ell as a knowledgeable mind. With the e x c ell e n t staff of trained personnel Southwest c an boast an exceedingly good record for producing strong, physically in cl e p e n d e nt young adults who liv e in the world of today and IOIHOIIOW . MRS. JO ELLEN FRUGE, B.S., Sam Houston State College. 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These young people are going to make fine additions to the high school choral department in the next several years. Steven Dalros, Patty Fierros, Cindy Schreiner, Susan Powell, and Evelyn Erickson harmonize. Troop 205, B.S.A. has serveQd the south- western Bexar County community for many years and is one of the older troops in the San Antonio area. Headquarters for the troop has been loca- ted in or near Macdona, with several churches and organizations acting as sponsoring agencies. The history of the troop as we know it today dates to the e arly l950's, when the Southwest School District PTA became the sponsor. In 1953, interested members of the PTA and Scout Committeemen salvaged material from an aban- doned elementary school in the District and con- structed the Sc out House on the bluff of the Southwest School Pecan Bottom. Returns from the sale of scrap metal don ate d by the com- munity provided fun ds for paneling, flooring, lighting, and other niceties that serve to make this one of the most attr active and effective Scout houses in Texas. The little house on the bluff has played a very active part in establishing the characters of boys in o ur community. Its records contain the names of over 400 boys who did, and we hope, are still doing their "good turn daily." Several highly dedicated Scout Ma sters have directed the efforts of the boys over the years and hav e been rewarded generously with "blue ribbons," which far outnumber ribbons of other colors. The activities of Troop 205 a re tailored to supplement and support the church and school programs of the community. In turn, the troop has received much support from the authorities of these institutions. Over the years, many ma- jor Scouting events encompassing all troops in the area have been h eld in the school's Pecan Bottom. Thousands of boy s will relive the memory of the se camp-outs and other Scouting events many times during the course of their lives. Scouts pictured above: Life Scout, Thomas Meyer, Sta Scout, Harvey Brock, 2nd Class, Jay Price, Star Scout Steven Dalros, lst Class, Arthur Pue, Jr. Craap 205 Kay Scouts affwzericu Scouts above, L to R Mr. Walther Ives, Scoutmaster, Paul Prothers, Steven Donica, David Gann, Her- schel Postert, James Palm, Kenneth Burris, Jerry Dunn, Thomas Meyer, Gary Schimer, William Strick- ler, Daryl Scropper, Arthur Pue, Ir., Larry Scropper, Danny Konkright, Howard Dalros, Curtis Brenson. Smphasis Placed an Special Sducaiiau Special Education group pictured above: Mr. MacKay, Rudy Morales, Richard Riese, Anthony Mar- tinez, Ishmael Fernandez, Sam McGarrity, Ray Lugo, Joe Soto. Within each person there exist s a capability which encourages the individual to grow physically and mentally. Educators are now recognizing that 'teaching on an individual basis is the be st way to stimulate potential interest in the individual. Thus, the Special Education class is producing marvelous results through the d i 1 i g e n t efforts of speech therapy, specialists and teachers who place the person a nd his needs above collective educa- E101'1. MR, EDWARD I. MACKAY, B.S., M. Ed., Trinity University. Mrs. Schneider and Mrs. Shadrock make preparations to serve three divisions of the school. Cafeteria personnel pictured above: Mrs. Hanson, Miss Lessing, Miss Lopez, Mrs. Carter, Mrs. Schnei- der, and Mrs. Tondre. Srila lpersauncl 'W'21":g Q i'Q,.r , M ari js, ,-M-s.t5,',' 'V -'is ,rf 'W uw, 5 if-.ffl ' ,. E K , if f, ' 4.:z,5,5, ,wr fu, A ps ,gr 4 "vu fm -- . 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The newspaper became a real part of the lives of the team who spent hours each day and many sleepless nights thinking up new and better ways to put the presses to bed. Thomas Meyer, Washek, Linda Editor, di sc u s s e s coverage with staff members, Frank Chilton, Soledad Sanchez, and Sponsor, Mrs. Novak. ,ffl flzyh l6'ar1d,Marcl1cs khyfhmicalq Harward F Luth Ellen Mulhollan participates rn band. The Junior High Band nas made a fine showing again this year under the leadership of Mr. Pagonis. The band has many good prospects for the high school band in the years yet to come. With training and experience mem- bers of th e Junior High Band will be the future band members of tomorrow. The enthusiasm shown by young people who want to learn to play an instrument is manifested in the earnest desire of these students. It takes determination to be a good musician, and Mr. Pagonis is very proud of the ef- fort of this group to 'be "in the swing" of things. Band members not pictured below: Gene Schermerhorn, Eddie Vortisch, Tony Salazar, John Massiate, Patricia Roach, Don Temple. Band pictured above: Front Row, Jennifer Morris, Phyllis Smith, Katherine Kellerher, Joslyn Snider, Sandra Miller, Carol Haile, Diane Varga, Delores Echols, Cindy Becker, 2nd Row, Nancy McKinney, Susi Schwem- mer, Elizabeth Snook, Frank Washek, Re nate Buford, Kathy Frank, Helen Crisp, Marilyn Mann, Isabelle Galvang 3rd Row, Andy Walker, Rusty Sw e aringe n, James Mendoza, T e d Alvarez, Steve Scott, James Cra rnbes, Steven Rauschhuber, Tim White, Ernest Sandoval, Edward Cleveland, Ted Williams, Wayne Wea- ver, Kenneth Stitcher, junior HW flarwr tudents VALEDICTORIAN - SALUTATORIAN - CHARLES MILLER LINDA CHILTON P 4 'llmw GAY BROWN - TIMOTHY MONTGOMERY - U.I.L. Oral Reading, U. I. L., Oral Reading, 3rd Place. 2nd Place. Pep Squad initiates Schott Spirit Junior High Drill Team and Pep Squad were twenty- six members strong this year, performing at pep rallies and football games, as well as the basketball games. They had a great deal of spirit and supported the foot- ball teams well. Full of en- thusiasm and energy, these girls look forward to next year and the continuedsup- port they plan to give the teams. Junior High Drill Team pictured below: L. to R, Top Row: Martha Hernandez, Cindy Sweeney, Diann Vargas, Sharon Buzzard, Isabell Galvan, Alice Galvan, Linda Lamping, Ann Henry. Middle Row: Irma Huron, Delores Salas, Ruby Martinez, Cheri Holden, Linda Chilton, Helen White, Charlotte Laws. 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' V' , . ,. ,.- .9 C .:s,. 1 Debbie Wr asse Cindy Becker Cindy Scott Zhcerlmders Inspire Kean: to livin y Southwest Junior High Cheerleaders, Debbie Wrasse, Cindy Bec ker and Cindy Scott, have inspired and cheered their te ams on to a vic- torious season. A Junior High Choir pictured above, L to R: Barbara Ann Fey, Grace Colunga, Santos Martinez, Caro- lyn Alvarez, Jack Essary, Andrew Cordova, Jesse Enriquez, Roy Chavera, Jay Price. Middle, Nancy Lucas, Patricia Chandler, Debra Capps, Marilyn Coldewey, Carol Duffy, Steven Dalros, William Fis- cher, R.onald Rosetti. Bottom, Sandra Reynolds, Pamela Rylander, Evelyn Erickson, Corine Cordova, Julie Salazar, Jami Hampton, Christie Reinche, Richard Morris, junior Hgh Zhair 51665 Choir members pictured above, L to Pe Judy Thompson, Nancy Kourt, Ann Henry, Camille Uresti, Mary Garcia, Cheryl Daye, Carol Rowton, Maria Morales, Ellia Perez, Delores Salas, Mary Ann Jackel, Ruby Martinez, Deborah Gonzales, Angela Smith. Middle, Debra Fox, Candice Beam, Carolina Alvarez, Terri Lyons, Cindy Schreiner, Beverly Coldewey, Rose Marie Flores, Josephine Estrada, Jeanette Price, Debbie Wrasse. Bottom, Salidad Sanchez, Frances Morales, Cindy Scott, Susan Powell, Wanda Stafford, Norma Leyva, Pat Walker, Elizabeth Foshee, Pat Fierros, Sharon Buzzard, Cheri Holden. Minor cuts and abrasions are not the entirety of a nurse's job. There's paper work involved as Mrs. Donica well knows. J-fcalfh Hliuic Mrs. June Donica, RN, Hendricks Memorial Hos- pital, Abilene, Texas. The nurse's office is always packed with students who need assistance. Mrs. Ethel M. Ludwig, Title I Nurse. Proves luvaluble Sports lfifflc' Drfzgrfns Develvp Ccamwvrk ...f 8th Grade Football Team pictured above, L to R, Top: Don Sutton, Thomas Myers, Mark Neumann, Harvey Brock, Nicky Constanzo, Emilio Soliz, Charles Miller, Ben Perez, Tommy Wasser, Roy Chavera, Coach Baker. Second Row: Thomas Menchaca, Mike Morrow, Abel Montelago, Dan Donahue, Dennis McCain Donald Crisp, Arthur Grajeda, Jesse Martinez, Hector Terrazas, Billy Huizar. Bottom Row: Richard Morris James Williams, Steven Dalros, Tony Salazar, Jay Price, William Edmonds, Randy Hargrove, Gary Mc . . . , . SW . . . . O 46 , . . 8 0 ' ' ' 32 6 Chesney Michael Kinsey Junior High students are encouraged to maintain a balance between team and individual sports in their selections because both have their values In favor of individual sports is the fact that most persons are physically u n able to participate in vigorous team sports for a very prolonged period in adult life Ju nior High students h ave learned the benefits to be derived from team sports. Being membe rs of a team assists these boys in 1naking'new friends and in developing sociability, They learn to cooperate with other individuals and identify themselves as a part of a group with a com- mon cause. Mr. James Fruge, Head Junior High Coach, has done muc h to promote the teaching of good team work this year for the Junior High School. SCORES East Central Poteet Lytle Somerset East Central Poteet Lytle Devine Opponent O 24 6 1 6 CForfeitJ SW Seventh Grade 27611114 l6'msts Wm' Kew d SCORES East Central Poteet Sabinal Somerset East Central Poteet Lytle Devine fForfeitJ WWW lv Wt!! wma., .3 S , Q wi lla 4. ii qt if 5 x Sa Q We lm ,,.S!5rg9" 4' 'R i sf Hi: N ff 5' sl' 59 ra Opponent 12 8 38 8 6 6 0 O Seventh gr ade football team pictured below: Top Row: Coach Fruge, L to R: Tony Duron, Russell Vincent, Tony Talanco, Gordon Deskin, Carlos Salez, Milton Reynolds, Thomas Everett, Adam Torres, Jerry Scoughton, Coach Baker. 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'ffI' 'Q yunivr High Zfmms J-fave Great Season Little Dragons' Eighth Gr ade team, led by Emilio Soliz and Arthur Grejeda, pushed h ard against East Central, losing after a d i ffi c u lt battle. The game played against Poteet was a different story. Jesse Martinez and Emilio Soliz carried the ball successfully against Poteet to a 16-6 decision in favor of Southwest. Pre-high school training received by 7th and 8th grade teams will enable th.ese boys to achieve a high school level of ability in their high school years. But to them their immediate success and accomplishments pro- vide for each pleasure and fulfillment in the season's achievements. 8th Grade Team pictured above: Nick Constanzo, Harvey Brock, Mark Newman Donald Crisp, Arthur Grajeda, Mike Morrow, Thomas Menchac a, Hector Ter- razas, Don Sutton, Roy Chavera, Charles Miller, Emilio Soliz. 'lth Grade Team: Below, L to Ib Kenneth Burris, Charles Armstrong, Jay Price, Richard Perez, Gordon Deskin, Gary Jones, William Crisp, Gerald Townsend, Richard Morris. 203 Junior High Basketball Team pic- tured above: Tina Edmonds, Janet Price, Cindy Becker, Connie Ramos, Susan Powell, Ruby Martinez, Debbie Gonzales, Elizabeth Pestello, Ann Henry, Carol McNary, Cheri Holden, Candi Beam, Marty Hernandez, Cindy Scott, Debbie Wrasse, Belinda Perez, Lori Beam. The Dragonnettes are truly a glow- ing example of young talent, ability and desire, being channeled and developed to produce teamwork and self-confidence on the court and in the path of life. SOUTHWEST SOUTHWEST SOUTHWEST SOUTHWEST SOUTHWEST SOUTHWEST SOUTHWEST SOUTHWEST SOUTHWEST SOUTHWEST SOUTHWEST SOUTHWEST SOUTHWEST SOUTHWEST SOUTHWEST 3rd - NATALIA TOURNAMENT 3rd - DEVINE TOURNAMENT DILLEY IUDSON IOURDANTON BULVERDE IUDSON IUDSON CANYON SOUTHSIDE NATALIA POTEET COTULLA NATALIA POTEET BULVERDE IOURDANTON SCORES 11 8 16 7 7 22 14 SOUTHWEST 16 DEVINE 26 29 ' 28 28 20 22 17 23 ,Yu fflyfl Crack J-las Strang Hui.-viz bn. an ,,. Junior High Track Team: L to R, Don Sutton, Mark Neumann, Harvey Brook, Charles Miller, Emilio Soliz, Wil- liam Guidry, Nick Constanzo, Tommy Wasser, Roy Chavera, Arthur Grajeda, Ben Perez, kneeling, Donald Crisp Mike Morrow, Thomas Menchaca, Jay Price, Bill Edmonds, Bimbo Martinez, Abel Montelongo, Mike Kinsey Dan Donahue. Standing., L to R, Gordon Deskin, Carlos Soliz, Adam Torres, Terry Fields, Tony Talanco, Charles Arm- strong, William Crisp, Gary Jones, Charles Summerling kneeling, Kenneth Everett, Gerald Townsend, Charles Guzman, Benny Hopper, Bill Woodie, Steve Lessing, Kenneth Burris, James Palm. ri .451 Dash 880 and 440, Standing, Charles Mille r, William Guidry, Emilio Soliz, Nick Constanzo, Albert Montelongo, Kneeling, Mike Morrow, Mark Neumann, Roy Chavera. Mark Neumann placed 4th in the 660 with a time of 1:41 . 6. Emilio Soliz plac e d 3rd in the 50 Yard Dash with a time of 41.4 seconds. Nick C o n st a nz o placed 5th in the 330 Yard Dash with a time of 41.9 seconds. ,714 J-IQI1 Crack Cm 440 Relay and 880 Relay Team: Donald Crisp, Don Sutton, Ben Perez, William Guidry, Emilio Soliz, Arthur Grajeda, Bimbo Martinez. The 440 Relay Team placed 3rd in the District Meet with a time of 50.4 sec. , com- posed of Bimbo Martinez, Ben Perez, Don Sutton, Arthur Grajeda. Our 880 Relay Team placed 2nd with a time of 1 min. 45.9 sec. , composed of Don- ald Crisp, Arthur Grajeda, Don 206 Sutton, Emilio Soliz. , twins Zmfefed Honor Sprinters and Dash: L to R, George Summerlin, William Crisp, Gordon Deskin, Gary Jones, Carlos Soliz, kneeling, Steve Lefssing, Kenneth Burris, Kenneth Everett, Bill Woodie. 60 Yard High and 120 Yard L to R, Mike Morrow, Jay Price, Menchaca, Donald Crisp. Donald Crisp placed lst in the 60 High Hurdles with a time of 915 . and 3rd in the Low Hurdles with me of 13.3 sec. Sprinters: 60 Yard Dash and 100 Yard Dash L to R, Don Sutton, Ben Perez, Emilio Soliz, Arthur Grajeda, Bimbo Martinez. Bimbo Martinez placed 3rd in the 50 Yard Dash with a time of 6.3 seconds. Ben Perez placed 5th in the 50 Yard Dash with a time of 6.6 seconds. Coaches, Jimmy Fruge and Ronni Team pictured, L to R: ,George Summerlin, Charles Armstrong, Willie Crisp, Gordon Deskin, Adam Torres, Gary Jones, Tony Talanco, Terry Field, James Palm, Gerald Townsend, Pritchard Kenneth Everett, Kenneth Burris, Bill Woodie, Charles Guzman, Steve Lessing. Top row, Tommy Wasser, Don Sutton, Charles Miller, George Sumrnerlin, Gordon Deskin, Bennie Nicky Constanzo, Emilio Solis, William Guidry, Har- Hopper, Kenneth Everett Vey Brock, Benjamin Perez, Danny Donohue, Mike Kin- sey, Ray Price, Arthur Grajeda, Jessie Martinez, Donald Crisp . Supervision- One Key fa Success Under the supervision of the able coach- ing staff, the Junior High Track Team de- veloped into a real potential for high school athletics. Willie Crisp, Carlos Solis, Charles Guzman. ,Yun br J-lzylz Coach Fruge tapes and records for Junior High Broad Jumpers. sn ii we new J Qv4f?ff5f'W"Af5k?Ff3iW, "'?Ee??e ' J alal .M ' We gi PEI - - 'i g f-.gr ' Junior High students prepare for and present Operetta given before classmates. Graduation Bring flappiues Mark Neumann, Gracy Colunga and Janet Haile have a look of introspection while they wait for graduation exercise to begin. 'NK A Margaret Ann Hathaway and escort show eagerness to participate. 210 1 l L .i Denise Annes shares the anticipation of events to come. 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'- X5 Q 1 .grim '.1:.1Na J' ,af 'STC ADVERWSING Nothing in our material world can come from nowhere or go nowhere, nor can it be free: Everything in our economic life has a source, a destination, and a cost that must be paid.H Il Government is never a source of goods. Everything produced is produced by the people, and everything that government gives to the people, it must first take from the PEQPICQN The greatest good for the greatest number means, in its material sense, the greatest goods for the greatest number which, in turn, means the greatest productivity per worker.H All productivity is based on three factors: ll Natural resources, whose form, place and condition are changed by the expenditure of 22 human energy fboth muscular and mental! with the aid of jj tools.N When government decides to spend more than it has received, that extra maney is created out of thin air, and when spent, take on value only by reducing the value of all money, savings, and insurance.H Congraudadons To Thel968 Graduadng Class! We Wish To Extend To Each Graduate Our Best Wishes For A Happy And Prosperous Future. ALDRIDGE NURSERY, INC. WHOLESALE ONLY VON ORMY, TEXAS Our trees and shrubs grow better, because they are better grown. KM OLD GOOD LUCK AND BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1968 ECONOMY MART Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Flack, Prop. PEARSALL ROAD, RT. 1, BOX ATASCOSA, TEXAS MA Z-9292 Z 112 Miles from Southwest High School GROCERIES, FRESH MEATS, VEGETABLES, FRUITS ICE, COLD DRINKS, PICNIC SUPPLIES, SCHOOL SUPPLIES 13 FRANK H. ZEINERT INSURANCE AGENCY fThe only complete Insurance Service Office in the Southwest Districtj Writing A11Forrns of Good Insurance "Insure Today. . . Be Sure Tomorrow" 1VIaCdO1'13. Texas MA 2-3324 BEST WISHES TO TI-IE CLASS OF 1968 COMPLIME NTS of SCHOOL DEPARTMENT Division of Fox-Stanley Photo Products, Inc. 1734 Broadway San Antonio, Texas 78206 MARTIN'S LINEN SUPPLY "Cleanliness is Health Insurance" LE -9111 421 Roosevelt San Antonio, Texas .1 Sz G MATTRESS WA 3-1821 164 Laredo Hwy ONE DAY SERVICE McBRIDE'S BEAUTY SHOP Complete Beauty Care At Reasonable Prices MA 2-3681 Atascosa, Texas 7 if , - 'x . , , "X TIRES 'y R TIRES Xl I ..i,, W.F. BIEDIGER SERVICE STATION MOBILE GAS AND MOBIL OIL Tires - Batteries - Accessories Official Inspection Station East Road Service PO 2-3317 La Coste, Texas ' 0Df71mn aoonfinn Juniors make plans in class meeting. 237 TROTTNER IRON 8: METAL CO. Scrap Iron - Metal - Pipe - Steel San Antonio 7, Texas 1105 South Medina P.O. Box 7044 - Stat. A, WORLD BOOK ENCYCLOPEDIA CHILDCRAFT Field Enterprises Educational Corp. 1222 N. Main, L--'35 San Antonio, Texas 78212 For Free Reprint MEDINA VALLEY PLUMBING AND APPLIANCE COMPA M "'1a Q .xii Telephone Please Phone C. E. YO1lT1g, Capitol 6-7629 CA 6-7629 Owner Natalia Tex LYTLE FEED 8: SEED STORE HARRIS SADDLE 8: LEATHER SERVICE 713 Adams Lytle, Texas PR 2-3482 Custom Mixing - Grain Storage Hay - Fertilizer - Peanuts Horse and Stock Trailers T , .,0 Saddles, Boots, 8: Western Clothes Lytle, Texas ' - RX UNION STATE BANK San Antonio, T exas Serving Southwest Students and their Parents since 1937 Visit us at our new location at 3570 SW Military Drive WA 3-4591 Member FDIC LA COSTE MEAT MARKET ' s Fresh Mea Custom Killing v Daily Country Sausage i La Coste, Texas 6 Plgrzeglsfl E 1 B BILL'S BARBER SHOP Across from Southwest High Sch Billy Snyder, Owner CASTROVILLE DRUG STORE BILLY J. FOSTER, OWNER Prescriptions. . , , Gifts Castroville, Texas KE 8-2116 PAUL F. CHRISTELLES, JR. CONSIGNEE MOBILE OIL COMPANY La Coste, Phone Texas PO 2-3314 R.J. MANGOLD GRAIN COMPANY, INCORPORATED Custom Grinding and Mixing Grain - Hay and Field Seeds - Poultry and Dairy Feed Office Phone - PO 2-3323 FEEDO La Coste, Texas ROY AKERS, r FUNERAL CHAPELS Chprch Going Chlldrcn ,Qian f u I! ' :i,4mW'Dcli11qucn1s , ,ee l-are ROYAKERS 515 No. Main Ave. CA 6-7201 Serving all Faiths Faithfully Throughout the World for more than 34 years. f Juhlin Mo 3-4436 J. F. Stampp Items ef infeffeljt EW eleeh DEVINE MoToR CO. ,feQHP, member 0 f e eml Y Your friendly ereerer GAYoso1s VARIETY STORE y. Sl North else Vine, Texas Sales Service JR' Watkins Product? 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SHOP AT SEARS Full Line Building Materials AND SAVE d S t' f tion Guarantee Lioop 13 8: Pearsall Road srwyzir Money Back SPOTTED HORSE Restaurant Drive-In sr-sms, noxanucx AND co. 19 Military Drive SW WA 3-8411 - CONGRATULATIONS GLASSTOV CAFE-HOTEL SUPPLIES SENIORS OF 68 We Furnish B I A Eoon SERVICE EQUIPMENT 01621 nsgr gency AND CAFETERIA SUPPLIES Y e' exas 724 South Flores St. LYTLE L -P Lumber Co. S CA EEEEEE 3...J:1. J, - SEZ, Lytle, Tezas San Antonio, Texas GPRS , IH' 'vpllwl' PM-ff ' . San An+onio's Only Au+horized Member DR.. PEPPER DISTRIBUTOR STAR SUPPLY San Antonio, Texas Contractors' Supply House WA 4-5235 505 Culebra Rd. PE 4-5394 COMET FINA SERVICE STATION SPARKIVIAN'S TEXACO 3155 Military Dr. SW San Antonio, Texas Southwest High School MA 2-9202 241 FRESH MEATS AND VEGETABLES A. G. SUPER MARKET REDO HIGHWAY LA NEW 11 12 00 P. M. Z: TO 8:30 A. M. SUNDAY OPEN You re money Ahead! BX ' 3g X! 3 LYTLE STATE BANK Member FDIC l Lytle, Texas PR 2-3601 SOL FRANK UNIFORMS, INC. Creators and Manufacturers of .America's Finest Uniforms San Antonio, Texas RAY ELLISON HOMES, INC. AMERICA'S THIRD LARGEST PLANNED COMMUNITY VAIl-EY-HI WEINER NEWS SERVICE 4 , Loop 410 at Valley-I-Ii Drive g, PE 4-6455 I Paperbacks San Antonio, Texas X I Periodicals 105 Menchaca 1 MEDINA VALLEY LOCKER PLANT r,,,..,,X P I ,g,gM,..I.J i i 205 Transportation Dr. Devine, Texas get aissmff' 1 - 1' Mo 3-4331 ' .Il- QJ' Lytle at 1 Somerset LOGGINS at LILLY Natalia U PAY LESS AND TAKE I-IOME MORE Everything from a Ratskin to a Ranch MO 3-2445 Devine, Texas ILUI I dn f 7f2'101l!fm7Z' -527 ' ' 'Q Q-f I 1 ,Ifvw . I -fffw PM mm, I time I I wa ERMY Texas 73075 AI-IRS FLOWER SHOP P.O. 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Goldbeck Company Panoramic Photography 139 Waleetka Street San Antonio, Texas LE 2-4564 COSTE MERCANTILE COMPANY La Coste, Texas Let us Show You 3 W "THE LONG GREEN LINE" N' of Tractors 81 Equipment A HA Y ANDY 6 , When money matters. . . never depend on your best friend. Depend on your next best friend. THE GROOS NATIONAL BANK MEMBER FDIC SCHULTZ .IEWELERS , E. A. VANDERHIDER Bulova and Elgin Watches Sheet Metal Products School Charms Metal and Plastic Pipe -MA 2-3424 2004 P16asam6n Rd. WA 4-1221 1719 Ffio CMV Road Atascosa Complete Catering Service WA 3-7511 WA 3-6491 4006 Nogalitos st. 5 f STAR ENGRAVING COMPANY 1 i"" ' CA 7-6259 248 2030 E. Houston St. ? cAP'N J11v1s 1 f Open Z4 Hours 3511 Roosevelt I B ECK OIL COMPANY Highway 81 south MA 3-2441 TOM'S TOASTED PEANUT5 939 Coliseum Road CA 7-1702 Try Delicious Tom's Toasted Peanuts" 1' CIRCLE PHARMACY Prescriptions - Drugs - Medicines pg VALLEY-HI NATIONAL BANK of San Antonio, Texas "The bank with the customer always in mind" 2 Valley Hi Drive OR 4-0881 Member FDIC West Gate of Lackland AFB on Inter state Highway 410. I.miIe South of Highway 90 West, San Antonio, Texas AMERICAN SPORTS CENTER Award Jackets--Club Sweaters Athletic Equipment 6l'7,N. St. yMary's CA7-8309 S 5 DURON BROTHERS 'j' La Coste, Texas I WESTERN AUTO Associate Store Ya'll Come Lytle, PR 2-3506 Texas PENNY 'S B EA UTY SHO P len Florence Penny, Owner Hair rtis Latest in Hair Styles Coloring I' Z-3458 Lytle, Texas if ' - in 'If . Lit ' 9 - I-IEALER LUMBER CO. Somerset, Texas FROST BROS. 217 E. Houston 500 North Star Mall KAROTKlN'S FURNITURE CO. HFURNISHING TEXAS HOMES FOR 86 YEARS" Three Great Stores Downtown North Star McCreless So. 249 University Interscholastic League contes- tants pictured above: C ar ol Miller, Geraldine Powell, Randy Smith, Sue Duffy, Roxanne Gard- ner, Bill Leife st e, Gloria Pickhover, Elaine Thompson, Royce Davis, Ron Craig. Stock Show parade participants were Danny Constanzo, Donna Eppler, John Perez, Pat Ed- monds, Eddie Lyons. PETE RODRIGUEZ MUSICAL AND INSTRUMENT 8 Soufhcross Sdn SERVICE Antonio, Texas 251 Seniors Goufemplafe gllfll Brenda Neff finds that next to streams of te ars and hearty congratulations there is an armful of graduation presents waiting to be opened. A certain kind of joy is felt by Ronald House as he shakes han ds with the seemingly endless line of people. This kind of joy could be seen only on the night of the Southwest senior graduation. The entire a t m o sph e r e of the graduation commencement has sprinkleda certain dignified glow on Susan Duron. Could it be pride? d kvvicuf Past Graduating from high school makes one feel mature and very proud. This is quite evident in Dale Lyons' expression as he converses with Judy Gilbert and Edward Lyons. lt is a feeling of remorse or sheer relief that Ronald Curry is experienc- ing? Like most graduating seniors Ron is leaving behind the old life to en- gage in a new and sometimes per- plexing one. Discussing plans for the future seems to arouse enthusiasm among these girls. The dreams they once had of graduation have suddenly become reality. DRA GONNIERE STAFF EDITOR-IN-CHIEF: Steven Calloway ASSISTANT EDITOR: Carol Miller I UNIOR HIGH EDITOR: Irene Hathaway ART EDITOR: Patrick Lindsay ADVERTISING MANAGER: Ronnie Lindig PHOTOGRAPHERS- Ronald Curry George Richards Ron Perry Bill Leifeste Irene Hathaway LAYOUT - Steven Calloway, Carol Miller, Irene Hathaway, Ronnie Lindig. COPY - Steven Calloway, Carol Miller, Irene Hathaway. INDEX - Brenda Neff, Irene Hathaway ADVISOR - Ferol Todd At the close of the 1968 Dragonniere, we feel it proper to re- call the highlights of our past year together. The accomplishments and achievements, as well as our efforts and participation herein, have been a successful conclusion to stu- dents and the school combined. It is our desire that the coverage and content of the '68 Drag- onniere will for many years come to be an album of fond memo- ries, solid friendships, and for the Senior class a lasting remem- brance of great times together. cigars-a Albert Krueger and Joel Goode enjoy bar- bequed chicken at FFA - FHA picnic. N Allen Nichols takes a break from "moon light- ing" with the annual staff. Frank Mann, senior, accidentally on purpose became one of the best assistants the library has ever had! Eampus Zomes to 10? Engrossed in annual page layout, Ronnie Lindig appears to be unaware of things around him - including odd chairs on tables! Pat Edmonds seems to be tak- ing her class work very seriously during Driver's Education session. Junior "Cheerleaders" make a lovely appearance for Powder Puff Football game: David Boulware, Wayne Brandin and Augustine De La Cruz. ALDRIDGE GWENDA FTA 4 yrs Secretary 1 yr FHA 4yrs Drama Club 1 yr Basket ball 1 yr Manager2 yrs Paper staff 1 yr Class Sec Freshman and Sophomore yr Coronat1on Queen 1966 67 Track 1 yr Vol leyball 1 yr Carl s Model 1968 U I L Contest 2 yrs Solo Con test 1st rattng Powder Puff 2 yrs UFC Club 2 yrs San Antomo Sym phony Usherette 2 yrs P 51 59 70 82 132 169 ALVARADO JOE Track 3 yrs Football 1 yr Treasurer Drama Club 1 yr P BAILEY THELMA Drama Club 2 yrs FTA 3 yrs Band 4yrs Majorette lyr NHS Vrce Presrdent Student Councrl Treasurer 1 yr Class Representa trve 1 yr One Act Play 2 yrs UIL Tw1rl1ng Contest 2 yrs UIL yr PTA Scholarshlp 1968 P 46 48 49 50 52 54 55 82 119 116 120 BECERRA ROBERT Football 4yrs Basketball lyr FFA 2yrs Track 3yrs Dragons Tale Sports Edrtor lyr P 66 80 85 86 110 132 133 BECKER JANET FTA 3yrs FHA 4yrs Dr1ll Team 4yrs Volleyball lyr Powder Puff lyr P 57 '70 82 BUCHHOLTZ COLVERN Band 4 yrs UIL Contest lst tn Trro Band Beau 3 yrs Basketball 1 yr Lrbrary Assrstant Baseball yr P 46 55 51 68 91 104 105 BUFORD DAVID Reporter Freshman Class FFA Offr Scmar 6111.-rs Jfanars CALLOWAY STEVEN FFA 4 yrs Secretary V1ce Prest dent Da1ryJudg1ng 2nd D1st S200 00 Certrfrcate Award 1nJudg 1ng Houston Parltamentary Pro cedure Team 2 yrs Radlo Team 1 yr Showlng Lambs and Darry Herfers 4 yrs 3 Reserve Champs 3 Grand Champs Bexar County Junror Lrvestock Show Placed Hous ton Lrvestock Show San Antomo LIVE Exposrtron Bexar County Junlor Ltvestock Show Optrmtst Club Award Outstand1ngAchrevements ID Agnculture Star and Chapter Farmer Lone Star Farmer Degree Student Councrl 4 yrs Asst Sec retary Secretary Prestdent NHS 3 rs V1ce Prestdent Junror Class Presrdent B Team Basketball 1 yr Varstty Track 2 yrs UIL Persuasrve Speaktng 3rdD1str1ct Qu1ll andScro1l 1 yr Annual Staff Edrtor 1 yr Optrmlst Club Youth 1n Hem1sfa1r Optrmrst Club nomtnee Mr Teen Jumor Class Favorrte Sentor Class Favorrte Hall of Fame 1 yr Most Popular On the Spot San Antomo Symphony Usher 3yrs P 46 48 49 65 64 67 76 78 112 120 122 125 126 247 COLLINS BARBARA FTA 4 yrs Treasurer 2 yrs FHA 4 yrs Secretary 1 yr as ketball 1 yr Manager 2 yrs Dragon s Tale 1 yr Juntor Class Favorrte Sentor Class Favorlte Drama Club 1 yr Track 1 yr Volleyball 4 yrs Cheerleader 1 yr Carl s Models 1968 Powder Puff 2 yrs San Antomo Sym phony Usherette 1 yr Vegetable Queen 1968 Duchess to the South west Texas Junror College Prom Betty Crocker Homemaker of Tom orrow award P 46 58 69 70 75 82 122 133 143 cer Sentlnel FFA 2 yrs Debate CRISP JOHNNY Team Speech and Drama Club Football 2 YIS DIagO1'1 S Tale UIL YFC Club P 133 Sports Edltor 1 yr P 133 58 CURRY RONALD Annual Staff 3 yrs Photographe Qu1ll and Scroll 2 yrs Tennts yr DragonsTale lyr P 65 67 133 DE LA ROSA PAUL Football 2 yrs Basketball Mana 2yrs FFA 3yrs Track lyr P 110 134 DE LEON AMELIA Parllamentarran FHA Junror Chap yr P DE SALME CAROLYN FHA 3 yrs Secretary 1 yr FT 3 yrs Dragon s Tale 2 y 4 DE SALME MARILYN Dragon s Tale 2 yrs FTA 1 yr FHA 3yrs Treasurer lyr P 66 71 134 DIAZ REBECCA Basketball 3 yrs Track 3 yrs Junror Powder Puff Manager FTA y P 82 101 109 4 DOWDA BEVERLY Dr1ll Team 2yrs FHA 3yrs Track lyr Powder Puff lyr P 4 DURON SUSAN FHA 4 yrs Prestdent 2 yrs V1c Presrdent 1 yr Dr1ll Team 1 yr Volleyball 4 yrs Powder Puff 2 yrs Dragon sTale 1 yr Assls tant Edrtor P 66 70 134 140 25 ERVIN CAROLYN Chotr 2 yrs FHA 1 yr Powder Pu 1 yr P '71 35 ERWIN PAMELA Dragon s Tale 1 yr FTA 2 yrs FHA 4 yrs V1ce Presrdent 3 yrs Cho1r 2 yrs Alternate for All Sta Chorr 1 yr UIL lst and 3rd Out standmg Chotr Student 1965 66 - ' - 1 . .134 Y ' . 62, ,no u Y in 7 I .1 .Y 1 132. ', H , - ., ' , rs. P. af 1 1 I 1 1 I ' ' Y '1 , 7 1 I Solo Contest, 2 yrs., Powder Puff, 1 age San Antonio, " Top'Ten, '2 yrs,, Drill Team, 1 yr., Pep Squad, 1 y ,5' H ' r., . . , .13. . 1 , , - , . 13 . 1 , ., , ., B " 1 , . . . 132. y , ., , ,., ., ,' U, ., 7- -, ' ' , , 1 , - ff, . . ,1 . 133. - , 2 rt Club, 1 yr., Treasurer, 1 yr., owder Puff, 1 yr., Speech and rama, 1 yr., P. 71,82,135. ALA, JOSE ootball, 1 yr., Track, 1 yr., FFA fficer, 1 yr., Senior Class Officer, reasurer. P. 92,110,131,135. CHER, ALPHA rama Club, 1 yr., FHA, 2 yrs., TA, 1 yr. P. 135. ORES, ADELA HA Junior, 1 yr., FHA, Senior, 1 r. P. 7O,135. RCIA, FRANK FA, 2 yrs., Band, 3yrs., Choir, 1 r. RNETT, MARGARET Library Assistant, Drill Team, 3 rs., Track, 2 yrs., .Tunior and Senior FHA, 2 yrs., Powder Puff, 2 rs., Class Favorite, Sophomore ear. P. 68,135. RGROVE, WILLIE Baseball, 2 yrs., Football, 1 yr. P. 136 NANDEZ., CHRISTINA P. 136. NANDEZ, MARY Library Assistant. P. 68,136. OUSE, RONALD Freshman, Sophomore Class Presi- dent, Varsity Football, 4 yrs., Var- 'sity Basketball, 4 yrs., Varsity Base ball, 3 yrs., FFA, 4 yrs., Student Council, Treasurer, 1 yr., Repre- sentative, 2 yrs., Hall of Fame, Most Athletic, Top Ten, 1 yr., Par- liamentary Procedure Team, Ex- hibited Lambs and Hogs in Bexar County Junior Livestock Show, and San Antonio Livestock Exposition, 2 yrs., Homecoming Escort, Sopho- more yr. P. 88, 94, 95, 97, 136, 104, 105,110, 125, 127, 252. KIT E, D ONA LD NHS, 2 1X2 yrs., Student Council, fSafety Councily, 1 yr., FFA, 2 yrs. FFA Executive Committee, 1 yr., FFA Reporter, 1 yr. , Dairy Judging, 2 yrs., Radio Team, 1 yr., Parlia- mentary Procedure, 1 yr. P. 47,49, 115,136. Top Ten, 1968. KOERBER, LEE ROY FFA, 3yrs., Choir, 1 yr., P. 80, 136. KOLODY, COLLEEN Drill Team, 1 yr., Pep Squad, Sec- retary, 1 yr., FTA President, 1 yr., NHS Historian, 1 yr., Senior Class Secretary, Valedictorian, 1968, Who's Who, 1968. KOUNS, JAMES Library Assistant. P. 137. LAMPKIN, MIKE Band, 2 yrs., Freshman Class Treas- urer, Farm Skills Team, Sophomore Class Vice-President, FFA, 3 yrs., Treasurer, 1 yr., B-Team Basket- ball, 1 yr., Dallas State Fair, San Antonio Stock Show and Houston Stock Show, Football, 2 yrs., Junior Class Vice-President, Baseball, 1 yr., Member Southdown Breeder's Asso- ciation, Letterman's Club. P. 87, 88, 137 . LANN ING, IUD IE Drama Club, 2 yrs., Pep Squad, 1 yr., Cheerleader, 1 yr., FTA, 2 yrs. P. 58,59,82,132,137. ' LEATHER, WALLACE Powder Puff Cheerleader, Drama Club, 1 yr., Dragon's Tale, 1 yr., Choir, 2 yrs., Track Team, 1 yr. P. 66,96,137. LINDIG, RONNIE FFA, 4 yrs., Second Area Greenhand Farm Skills, 1 yr., First District Parliamentary Procedure Team, 3rd yr. , Lone Star Farmer Degree, 3rd yr., Second Area Radio Broadcasting Team, 4th yr., B-Team Football, 1 yr., Annual Staff, 2 yrs., Advertis- ing Manager, Quill and Scroll, 1 yr. UIL Number Sense, 2 yrs. P. 76, 78, 67,137, 142, 245, 247, 257 . LOPEZ, FERMAN FFA, 3 yr., Choir, 1 yr., Baseball Manager, 1 yr. P. 138 LOPEZ, RUBEN FFA, 1 yr., Dragon's Tale, Assis- tant Sports Editor. P. 66 LUCAS, CATHY FTA, 3 yrs., FHA, 3 yrs., Treasure 1 yr., Student Council, 3 yrs., As- sistant Treasurer, Reporter, Class Representative, UIL, 4 yrs., Drama, Debate, 4 yrs., Class Officer, 2 yrs., Secretary, Representative Drama Club, 3 yrs., Secretary, 1 yr. , Young Pegasus Winner, "If I Lived," 1968. P. 62, 7O,82,125, 127,138. LYONS, DALE Basketball, 2 yrs., Football, 2 yrs., Track, 2 yrs. P. 66, 80, 87, 88, 94, 96,97,138,25l. MANN, FRANK Speech and Drama, 1 yr., Library Assistant. P. 68,138,256. MARTINEZ, MINERVA Freshman Class Favorite, FHA Senio Chapter, Dragon's Tale, Powder Puff, Homecoming Candidate. P. 66,71,138. MASSINGILL, RUTH I I Basketball, B-Team, 1 yr., Varsity, 3 yr., Track, 3 yrs., FTA, 2 yrs., Drama Club, 4 yrs. , Art Club, 1 yr. Vice-President, UIL Literary, 4 yrs. FHA, 1 yr., YFC, 4 yrs., President, 1 yr. P. 98,101,108,109,125, 127, 138. MCCOY, JANET FHA, 3 yrs., FTA, 2 yrs., Secretary 1 yr., Basketball, 2 yrs., Student Council Representative, 1 yr., An- nual Staff. Qui-ll and Scroll. P. 68, 65, 67,71,78,l35. 259 MILLER CAROL NHS 3 yrs Presrdent 1 yr Qu1ll and Scroll 2yrs Co Edrtor 1 yr Edrtor Lrterary Magazrne 1 yr Drama Club Presrdent Art Club Presrdent Jumor Class Treasurer FTA 2 yrs FHA 2 yrs UIL One Act Play 3 yrs All Star Cast Sophomore and Senror Years Bas ketball 2 yrs Coronatron Queen Sophomore Yr DAR Candrdate Award Wrnner Debate 4 yrs Usher San Antonro Symphony O the Spot Good Crtrzen Award Art Award from Optrmtst Club Breck enrrdge Scholarshrp wrnner 1968 P 46 48 49 62 64 65 67 113 120 245 247 251 MOYA MARYLUE MULHOLLAN MARY Band Vrce Presrdent l yr Band4 yrs Band Sweetheart 2 yrs Jumor Class Vrce Presrdent Top Ten 2 yrs UIL lst ratrng rn Solo Contest 1 yr San Antonro Symphony Usher 3 yrs NHS 3 yrs Secretary 1 yr lst Runner up Homecomrng 1yr FHA 3yrs P 48 49 50 115 139 NEFF BRENDA FTA 1 yr Drama Club 1 yr Drrll Team 4 yrs Iunror year Lreutenant Senror year Captarn Art Club 1 yr Annual Staff 4 yrs Powder Puff 2 yrs P 57 65 139 OCHS KATHHZINE Drama Club l yr FHA 3 yrs Treasurer lyr P 70 139 PEREZ ARTH UR Football 1 yr Basketball 1 yr FF lyr Track lyr P 139 PHIEZ, JOHN Senror Class Presrdent 1 yr Stu dent Counorl 4 yrs FFA 1967 68 Chapter Presrdent of FFA NHS 3 yrs Master of Ceremonres at Alamo Drstnct FFA Banquet Chap ter Leadershrp Award 2 yrs Chap ter Scholarshrp Award 3 yrs 260 Showed lrvestock at San Antonro and Bexar County Shows Delegate the State Conventron 1n Dallas 2nd Place Area Leadershrp Contest 1963 64 1st Place Alamo Drstrtct Leadershrp Contest Chapter Con ductrng Team 2 yrs Sophomore Class Treasurer Hall of Fame Most Dependable 1967 68 Who sWho 1 yr Basketball 4 yrs P 46 47 75 104 131 49 140 105 110 125 126 114 251 PETTYIOHN GAIL Band 4 yrs Band Sweetheart Freshman year FTA 4 yrs Htstor ran Vrce Presrdent 2 yrs Treas urer 1 yr Basketball 2 yrs Softball 1 yr FFA Sweetheart 1 yr San Antonro Symphony Usher Band Presldent 1 yr Band V1ce Presrdent 1 yr Majorette 3 yrs Head Majorette 2 yrs FHA Presr dent 1 yr Powder Puff 2 yrs UIL 1st Drvrsronal Twrrlrng 3 yrs Teena Texas Fmalrst PTA Corona tron 1 yr Carl s Model Hall of Fame Most Popular Senror Home comrng Queen 1968 P 46 51 52 POWELL GERA LDINE Drrll Team 3yrs Lreutenant 1 yr FTA 2yrs Drama Club 4 yrs Vrce Presrdent lyr ULL One Act Play Contest 3 yrs UIL Poetry Interpretatron 2 yrs Qu1ll and Scroll 1 yr Co Edrtor Lrt erary Magazrne 1 yr Student Councrl 1 yr Powder Puff Foot ba 2yrs P 46 47 62 67 66 131 140 141 251 PRINGLE KATHY Band 4 yrs Offrcer Sophomore yr Drum Majorette Senror yr UIL Solo Contest lst FTA 4 yrs Offrcer rn Sophomore yr Junror Yr Semor yr FHA 4 yrs Offr cer Sophomore and Junror years PTA Queen Coronatron Freshman yr Represented School 1n Youth for Musrc Youth for Busrness rn the timlst Youth Apprecratron Week Powder Puff Football 2 yrs P 50 52 82 140 RAMIREZ DOLORES Bn 2yrs UIL lyr P RAMIREZ ELVJRA Chorr lyr P 140 RAMIREZ MIKE FFA 3 yrs Chorr 1 yr Baseb yr Band P 14 RAMOS LINDA FHA 1 yr Band 2 yrs Drago e 1 yr P RANGEL IESSE P 41 REEVE MONICA FHA 4yrs FTA lyr Pep Squad lyr DragonsTale Hea Columnrst lyr p 66 71 140 SANCHEZ GEORGE Track 1yr FFA 2yrs Dram Club 1yr Darry Judgrng Team P 141 151 152 SCHARRINGHA USEN CHUCK sentatrve Class Representatrve Football 1 yr Track 1 yr FF 1 yr P 80 90 1 SCHARRINGHAUSEN NANCY Edrtor of Dragon s Tale 1 yr Drama Club 1 yr P 66 141 SCHRAN ARLON WILLIAM JR Band 4 yrs Assrstant Drum Maj lyr Band Club 4yrs Sg at Arms 1 yr Vrce Presrdent 1 yr Presrdent lyr Ensemble Solo Contest 4 yrs D1v1s1onIRat1ng 1 yr Iournalrsm 1 yr Qurll an Scroll 2 yrs Presrdentl yr L1 erary Magazrne 2 yrs Revrew Board 1 yr Dragon s Tale 1 yr Annual staff 2 yrs UIL Contest 2 yrs Pres1dentralCand1date 1 yr Student Councrl Representatr 1 yr San Antonro Symphony Usher 3yrs P 46 54 51 121 1 142 165 167 1 '1 I 1 -9 I , IO a d, 1, , . . ' . - , - , ' , 1 ., . . 1,8o. ' H U' H Tal, . .ee,141. , ' , ' . ., ' , .. 141. Queen Sophomore Year' Basketball' 54, e9,vo,9o,91,125,12e,19o. FTA, 3 yrs., student councu Rep ' , ,, '- , . . , ,14 . 252. . ' " - ' . ' -' . 111 'Y ' I Y I Y I 'I I 'I t' A, -, , . . . - - ' I - H ' .U u Y Q u ' . ' . Q Op- v ' 0 1 1 1 1 1 ITH, JUDY rill Team, 2 yrs., Band, 1 yr., 'HA, 3 yrs., Volleyball, 3 yrs., ' rack, 2 yrs., FHA Officer, 1 r., Journalism, 1 yr., Annual Staff, yr., Powder Puff Football, 2 yrs. . 140,142. ITH, RANDY capella Choir, 1 yr., Drama Club, yr. P. 46,142,25l. ITH, T. D. afety Council, 1 yr. P. 47,142. TO, I-IILARIA ' . 142. AFF, GEORGE ennis Team, 1 yr., "On the Spot, " ne Act Play, National Honor So- iety. P. 49,125,127,142. ILLWELL, ROBERT rack, 1 yr., B-Team Football, 1 r., B-Team Basketball, 1 yr., FTA, FA. P. 46,143. AYNE, EDWARD FA, 3 yrs., Choir, 1 yr., Dragon's ale. P. 66,133,143. WNSEND, WADE ootball Varsity, 2 yrs., Track, 1 r., Varsity Baseball, 1 yr., Letter- an's Club, Treasurer, Senior Class ice-President, National Honor So- ciety. P. 87, 48, 49, 110, 105, 131, 43. ' ER, CHARLES and, 4 yrs., Treasurer, 1 yr., UIL olo Contest, lst Place, Talent Show inner, 5 times. P. 50,143. ARTE, ELOY LDEZ., ANDREW FA, 3 yrs., Journalism, 1 yr., 1' eporter. P. 66,133,143. RGAS, DELIA and, 2 yrs., F1-IA, 1 yr., Home- oming Queen Candidate Freshman year, UIL Solo, Sophomore Class reasurer, Student Council Repre- entative. 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Garcia, Olivia Gardner, Mike, p. 81,92,110,148 Garza, Jesse, p. 91 Gonzales, Larry, p. 92,93,106,107. 110,148 Grajeda, Rosalinda, p. 66,7O,148 Guzman, Sandra, p. 36,71,91,148 Hamilton, Gary, p. 149 Hathaway, Irene, p. 65, 68, 82,149 Hernandez, Francisco Houston, Mike, p. 149 Humphrey, Kathy, p. 149 Jacoby, Judy, p. 149 Janecek, Helen, p. 46,47,48, 49, 57, 117, 149 Kersey, Sherry, p. 49, 51, 54, 82, 98, 146, 149 Krueger, Albert, p. 86,88,105,107, 110,149,256 Krueger, Raymond, p. 75, 85, 87, 88, 105, 107,110,150 Lane, Velma, p. 57, 66, 82,150 Leifeste, Bill, p. 65,67,82,15O,251 Lessing, George, p. 80,81,92,106, 107,110,92,150 Lewis, Vincente, p. 150 Lindsay, Patrick, p. 150,165 Livingston, Robert, p. 150 .Lyons, Eddie, p. 75,79, 150,253 WMcTigue, Mike McWhorter, Jerry, p. 75,78,15O McWhorter, Jimmy, p. 150 Martinez, Mary Helen, p. 150 Mason, Cornell, p. 150 Mata, Isabell, p. 60,150 Maynard, Andy, p. 150 Miller, Steven, p. 150 Morris, Make, p. 92,93,110,150 Nelson, Oraland, p. 151 Ochs, Barbara, p. 151, 84 Orr, Belinda, p. 151,66 Packham, Donald, p. 46,49,151 Perry, Ronald, p. 64, 65, 67, 92, 93, 94, 97,106,110,151 Pickhover, Cathy, p. 46,49,6O,82, 122,146,151 Reyes, Ernest, p. 92,94,102,151 Richards, George, p. 64, 65, 86, 88, 104,105,106,107,110,146,151 Ripps, Edwin, p. 151 Ripps, Lorene, p. 82,151 Salinas, Alice, p. 151 Salinas, David, p. 151 Scoggin, Sandra, p. 57,70,152 Seay, Jimmy, p. 152 Sellers, Billy, p. 152 Shaw, Kevin Silva, Lydia, p. 70,152 Smith, Ronnie, p. 152 Soliz, Alice Steger, Malcolm, p. 87,88,104,105, 110,152 Sullivan, Danny, p. 152 Teague, Loretta, p. 57,66,152 Thayne, Shirley, p. 152 Tondre, James, p. 95,97,104,105,110 Torres, Gloria Torres, Gus, p. 87,88,110,152 Townsend, Clyde, p. 152 Turner, Charles Vogt, Gail, p. 152 Wrasse, Cynthia, p. 57,70,152 Weyel, Barbara, p. 146,152 261 Sophvmvres Aguilar, Vicente Anderson, Harold, p. 91,92,110,154 Armstrong, Cynthia, p. 154 Bailey, Charles, p. 154 Banda, Janie, p. 60,154 Barnes, Dwight, p. 154 Barrier, Linda, p. 154 Bennett, John, p. 51,92,110,154 Bitner, William, p. 40,51,154 Black, Jimmy, p. 154 Bonner, Jan, p. 154 Bookter, Martha, p. 50,154 Bynum, Bernard, p. 123,154 Campos, Pete, p. 154 Capps, George, p. 54, 55,155 Castine, Richard, p. 155 Chandler, Irene, p. 155 Chapa, Roger, p. 87, 88,155 Chavera, Sandra, p. 50,74, 82,154 Chilton, James, p. 155 Coldeway, Dennis, p. 92,102,110,155 Colunga, Rosalivia, p. 73,155 Copado, Juan, p. 155 Craig, Ronald, p. 82,155,162,251 Dack, Marvin, p. 148 Davis, John, p. 155 De La Rosa, Gilbert, p. 87, 88, 96, 97, 155 Diehnelt, Greg, p. 110,155 Dlugosh, Mike, p. 51,155 Douthat, Barry, p. 110,155 Duffy, Susan, p. 63,82,156,251 Enriquez, Evangelina, p. 148 Enriquez, Joe, p. 148,156 Enriquez, Martha, p. 156 Escobar, Arthur, p. 51,156 Essary, William, p. 148 Esters, Dale, p. 92,106,110,156 Estrada, Juan, p. 156 Evans, Daniel, p. 156 Fallin, David, p. 92,102,110,156 Faulkner, Dorothy, p. 156 Field, Diane, p. 60,73,156 Field, Mary Elizabeth, p. 47,48,49, 60,73,156 Figeroa, Victor, p. 156 Flores, Albert, p. 92,110,156 Flores, Jessie 80 Flores, Olga, p. 156 Frautschi, Chester Friesenhahn, Betty, p. 82,98,100, 101,109,157 Friesenhahn, Chuck, p. 46,49, 85,88, 89,102,104,105,106,107,110,117, 153.157 262 Friesenhahn, Francis, p. 48, 49,98, 100,104,153,157 Garnett, Linda, p. 74, 99,101,157 Gayoso, Leon, p. 106,157 Gilbert, Judy, p. 60,73,157,253 Guzman, Johnny Harvey, Charles fRustyJ, p. 82,157 Hernandez, Julia, p. 74, 82,157 Hill, Douglas, p. 149 Hill, QMC Oskerj, Linda Jackel, Charles, p. 157 Jackson, Homer, p. 157 Jackson, Sandra, p. 60,157 Jacobi, Jay, p. 51 Janecek, James, p. 68,149 Joppich, Herman, p. 157 Judge, Deborah, p. 60 Klinglesmith, Ralph, p. 157 Knifer, Teresa, p. 158 Lanning, Elnora, p. 158 Leather, Jack, p. 110,158 Lessing, Chris, p. 79,158 Lindgren, Harry, p. 92,110,158 Lindig, Melvin, p. 79,92,110,158 Lovelace, Charles, p. 63,158 Lucas, Evelyn, p. 158 Lucas, Jesse, p. 158 Lux, Dana, p. 158 Magee, Michael, p. 158 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Ernest, p. 193.228 Saucedo, Adam, p. 228 Saucedo, Eva, p. 228 Sauceda, Sylvia, p. 228 Schwemmer, Suzanne, p. 193,228 Schermerhorn, Gene, p. 228 Scott, Steve, p. 193,221,228 Scoughton, Debra, p. 228 Scoughton, Jerry, p. 201,228 Shorey, John Silva, Rosa Linda, p. 228 Sledge, David, p. 228 Smith, Phyllis, p. 193,228 Snook, Elizabeth, p. 193,228 Solis, Carlos, p. 205,207,208,228 266 Solis, Rose, p, 228 Soto, Dennis, p. 228 Soto, Velia, p. 228 Stafford, Wanda, p, 197,228 Sullivan, Delores, p. 229 Summers, Leonard, p, 229 Summerlin, George, p. 201,205, 207,208,229 Sutton, Cheryl, p. 229 Sweeny, Cindy, p. 495,229 Taber, Debra, p. 229 Talanco, Debbie, p. .229 Taylor, Mike, p. 219,229 Torres, Adam, p. 210,205,208,229 Torres, Lupe, p. 229 Townsend, Gerald, p. 201,203,205 208,229 Van Hecke, Nancy, p. 229 Vargas, Diane, p. 195,193,230 Varga, Mike, p. 183,201,230 Vincent, Russell, p. 200,201,230 Vortisch, Edward, p. 230 Waldorf, Michael, p. 230 Walker, Jonathan Walker, Patricia, p. 197,230 Washek, Frank, p. 192,193,230 Watts, Virginia, p. 230 Weaver, Wayne, p. 193,230 Webb, Laurie, p. 230 Wehmeyer, Diane, p. 230 White, Teresa, p, 230 Wigley, Johnny, p. 230 Williams, Nancy, p. 230 Woodie, Bill, p. 201,205,207,208, 230 Ybarra, Dorothy, p. 230 Autagraphs I, . l i f i 1 ,flffcrufarzt . . I'm told the time will come at last When birds and trees become the Past 'I'hat sunlight laughing on the hills, That girls in pettycoats and frills, That summer rain and moonlit nights Are really just fantastic flights Of never-born to never-be ..... I know a place of memory Where these things live as just before In their glad hours, even more Alive than when they really were. They wait for me to venture there To spring, when l come making rounds- To tie me up, caught by the sounds Of misty music in the morn Amid the calling of a horn The roar of cymbals wakes the hills Upon the breeze a trumpet trills The blast of voices shakes the ground As fierce and harsh as gosling's down. The river rumbles far beneath Across the sky there wafes a breath Of ancient jasmine-pale and blue Some face, sometime, some moonlit view Some vision on the inturned cave Of water lillies floating, by Some person loved so long ago Is young, and free as new--blown snow The troupe of friends so long, at rest Revive, and once again the best Black band of ladies, gents Carrouse and Carrol, no expense Was spared among this company .... But now beneath a lonely tree Upon a dark and quiet ledge That overlooks earth's turning edge To watch the sun recline his head There comes a need for home and bed .... And thought at times it seems the dawn Of that last day before the morn Of nothingness, I will recall Those good times shared by one and all This place, this world of memory Will ever stay a part of me. Autographs NEWSFOTO PUBLISHING COMPANY 1 I Alsb 214' I 452- 1 1 in Y 4 2. I I 1 1 Q Q Q 'R' P .v......A. 2 " 4- 44 Y .3 1' -T " N A' " f.i'5'. ' A A " , , ' V V ' - .. 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