Spring Branch High School - Bruin Yearbook (Houston, TX)

 - Class of 1960

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THE I960 BRLIIN SPRING BRANCH HIGH SCHOCL 9009 Westview-Houston, Texas V I me I2 311- 111n 11 DEDICATIO Dedicated to the enrichment of the studentls challenge and opportunity for knowl- edge, filled with a personal concern for each individual, a man of strong principles and stalwart character, Dr. Terrel Spencer is a member of our administration who stands ready to be a friend, who helps to bridge the gap between teacher and student, between an expanding curriculum and the student's search for learning. Assistant Principal in charge of Curriculum, Dr. Spencer is almost like a member of the Class of ,60 himself. He came to Spring Branch when this year,s Seniors were Sophomores. He was educated at Mississippi Southern University, and George Peabody College for Teachers and received his Ph.D. from the University of Chicago. Married, and the father of three children, Dr. Spencer has served as principal of a high school in Mississippi and of two elementary schools, and worked in the administration and faculty of the University of Houston for more than ten years before joining the Spring Branch Independent School District in 1958. He is very active in church and civic work and has special outside interest in business and in gardening. The BRUIN Staff has elected to devote the product of their yearls work to a man whose life in some degree parallels the purpose of this book-that of serving others and accomplishing difficult tasks. The 1960 BRUIN is respectfully dedicated to a "man of dedication"- Dr. Terrel Spencer ,,,,.,, ,WW V , nf VW may ,W ,M X ,, Ng 4 fi A X A X W 4 ' ff iw, W , if Q ,aa 2 may ij W . f ' 1 Z, ,yy A . V0.2 f V 4 , f Z 4 K ,lf f ? f- ,, ' 2135 f 'f ' ' f',6,"a 'f' ,gn 34 tt 1---,,,, ,.. iff -Q-ww...-N-,. A-.f..,,-,W.,....,. ..,,A..M. ,,, 7, M, i 1 1 252. annul 416-A lun-90,0 M, haf' I TRODLICTIC Nearly 300 pages bound with leather, a mass of printed words and photographs, a story of a year, the result of many long hours of work-all these things might be accurately said of the ,60 BRUIN, but the purpose of such a writing, the reason for the hours and the printed words might not be clear. This year,s Staff has attempted to present the school with an annual which reflects the spirit, the activities, the special highlights, the daily school life, and the people of a living school. Many new ideas and new features have been added this year to the BRUIN'S format in hopes that they will better bring the year of 1960 into sharp focus, as one filled with many memories. We feel that Spring Branch is unique, in that it is more than just a building where students attend classes daily, it is a school that lives. The Editor , is? ivimm 44' I I lr A44 HHH gviifif R?-Z7 if 1 ij M, 4-V, lv Q 9, i b Zz T ,, gm, fn,,,4ff'f-,ffm W9 f f, C5 1 THE SCHGOL THAT TABLE GF CDNTENTS Activities p. IO Faculty and Administration p. 32 Beauty and Brawn p. 56 Who's Who p. 72 Athletics p. 80 Organizations p. I I8 Classes p. I64 Advertising p. 250 LIVES . . M 1 A - ' I ,' r ,T X..-5,7 ,J ls, -' ' ZQ1' .Qt - i f ti' I2 3 - ff: 1' 533 . 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'J -':, 9 ,' ,1f7-lfitgflizlg Q, 19? WV Sp W wommd because of inclivicluals assisted by Mcpheters, Lou Swift, yells. I0 QM 6 an A xf' R9 Sandy with a energy and pep filll of by flio hool spirit goes tu our cheerleaders of 959. Sand! We Mary Lou bwlfl Fharlie Rosenfield Mrs. Brader, and her monkeys! .1 ' HDME Homecoming activities got underway with a gigantic bonfire and pep rally November 19. The spirit carried over to Friday's game with Baytown which found one point the cause of a heartbreaking defeat for the Bears 21-20. Climax of the evening came at half- time when Homecoming Queen candidates met within a huge heart formed by the Brigade. to await the all-important announce- ment. Dr. H. KI. Landrum. selected by the senior class to do the honors. placed the glit- tering crown on the Homecoming Queen of 1959-Queen Joyce of the House of Sustala. Queen Joyce and her court. Jayne Alex- ander and Ruth Ann Gumney. reigned over the game and gala dance following. CGMI ueen Joyce This is something to cry about? 5 z., 'WV if 4---W-"Q' fm me Be ladylike, girls! Push thc chair in for your HOne. two, three, four, and that's another nickel!" 'Sure am glad th15 only 1 date . Ray Coker, deejay H' tx happens once a year!" At the dance . . . TWIRP DANC Dogpatch itself was personified at the third annual Twirp Dance sponsored by the Chums on No- vember 21, which gave all single females a chance to capture an unwary male. The Sadie Hawkins procedure was begun by most of the "dates" being taken to dinner and later to the dance in the gym. "Black Magic" was the theme of the affair, and it was this quality which transformed the gym into a magical hunting ground for the girls on their "one night a year" event. f'Are you sure your mother won't mind if you're a little late?" -- xxwsw-A-sf-N-Q 1 314, "But this is our first ate!" 5 ,, FGGTBALL BA QU ET A year of hard work reached its end on Decem- ber 4 when the Band and Brigade honored the Var- sity, Junior Varsity and Sophomore squads at the eleventh annual Football Banquet. Approximately 600 participants swirled and twirled in the Grand Ballroom of the Rice Hotel to the strains of Bob Smith's orchestra until midnight. Highlight of the evening was the presentation of the coveted out- standing back and lineman award. Liz Files, Bruin editor, and Neil Miller, Sport editor, presented trophies to Lynard Hinojosa and Don Vlasek, their names following choices since 1957. A6355 Outstanding back, Lynard Hinojosa Principal John I. Moses was master of monies and guest speaker was Cheena R. of Arlington State College. Reverend Kelly liams of Chapelwood Methodist Church the invocation and benediction. The semi-formal event will be one not forgotten. Sophomores and juniors look forward future ones, and seniors look back over past school days and remember the Football Banquet in 1959. Outstanding lineman, Don Vlasek Q 'uf 1 'Q' n An over-all view 4 "The party's over The Varsity table . . . ,mg ii.- ."A 6 LW H7-f lxlg f ' V 5 I uux Jw-.. if. lm fd4,'X K "' '42 -lv" V 9 B' " I ""' ,WW ,' "7 M -- "Huaw- U ll ,e ""' 13"--'R is Wwffxf-, S" , 5 nn y. Mi Q A .x pi, . K .. -.... 1 . . R A M 1 , .55 A. t ,. -XR 3 3 -, ,NWS ,ng 6 ur .. . My-.. W . Q E . .... MW .K V 0 vt h. b V, t t .V X4, 35' n is Q' W, -si gy'-zz: .I V :nu , Q. ' -L y V, W Milk, I ,ik U. 1 int, Y bi- N-2,05 lg ,,, ,' 4 N- vi .....,.. au,-A1 , ,sl,.- "-Y ,.,"vv 'S 4 .v . 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W 4 5 F f T1 ' " ' 5 , . ,Q E, . m i ,.., A ml: M, V 4 , . ' F , , ., .,,, .N , .M.f.n2f,.L , A-,,rsz,w.f.x .,X, 4 . R. f Mgzigg-,, ef . ef ,,,. - 'X - H 9 -I T his happens on a campus? Where? Twirl, girl, twirl! "F our, HIKE! I8 u-,f A - -4, 1 an frm". lla.- fn. , 1 gs 11383: Wrgidf 1. 15, in X ,, X., M., g.,,,HE ,Q , ls. 1: X M A. if B E WOW ! .4- . 4. .. :5xi'w.f:imK"0iuf'3riLg QW. -r 1,3 'hgh-V.p'4.: "' Qyiwz rite i!.q'.i. qu , H: .,.ffxygf, A ff-, X .4 3.3, 1 l' .wx g,.'-F14 534. I fl! sl ,, Telebishon, telebishon . . seven, two Whaaaat? BRLII BRIGADE FQLLIE "Campus Capers" was talent at its best when the curtain rose December 11 and 12 on the annual Bruin Brigade Follies. The scenery depicted a g'typical" high school setting, while before the lights were introduced. numbers ranging from song and dance to blackface, pantomime. and various type of chorus lines. The glittering show boasted Joel Spivak as emcee, and welcomed the Mystics and Debonaires back , ff f '4"'lf.z.-'-'H :a.'Mx xr.-'f 1. as we ,T Wi' N50 af' Q' for their second engagement at the Follies. Credit where credit is due belongs to Mr. Tom Ferguson and Mrs. Mildred Elkins, directors, and all the others who helped make the show a success. Beauties . . . V+ 'U-WT "I'm dreaming of a white Christmas . . ." .4 ,::f-- ' , .. - Lu., Y.-37 Z' . z 5 3 4 Z - -. pk Z,,,li5,,,1" f ' '-,gg,- ::,' If- ' ..zu'65g':.fi W l Nw f'-'V1.L,,' L11 .W . -,,1:.rwff-4-'mt-gc: 1- '-.,..-, and the Beat! le 3 1 ' , , 11 .Manuva Q wining: 1 ,, 4 1 I THE SNOW KING AND QUEEN :Q A THE Smokey McWhorter Vonn Sandifer Diane Scoggins Ken Arnett Sporting a festive Christmas atmosphere. the Gun Club set the scene for the annual senior class spon- sored Snow Dance on December 18. Hal Kidder and his orchestra entertained the many people in attend- ance. Highlighting the evening was the announcement of the Snoiv Royalty. Ruth Ann Gumney and Dick Jesse copped top honors of King and Queen. The royal court was represented by Diane Scoggins, Smokey McWhorter, Vonn Sandifer. and Ken Arnett. VALE TI EDANC A traditional theme of valentines and hearts decorated the gym on February 6 for the yearly Valentines Dance, a time of year dedicated to love. Monty Jay and Hank Grant were crowned King and Queen of Hearts, The Prince and Princess. Smokey McWhorter and Pat White, and the Duke and Duchess. Cris Faught and Von Sandifer, composed the royalty. ragga, N Ka Monty Jay Hank Grant gat Zvhfte . o Von Sandi? ey MCWborter Cris Fa'-15 DI RY OF ANNE FRA K The heartbreaking tale of a German family during the Nazi anti-Semetic campaign of World War II was presented by the Thespians on January 29-30 under the direction of Miss Caro- lyn Vernon. A cast of nine led the audience through horrors felt by the families during a two year stay in the attic. All will remember Anne and Peter, Margot, the gracious Franks and the greedy Van Daans. Through Anne's diary the audi- ence suffered in silence as the families were eventually sepa- rated into different concentration camps. Only Mr. Frank re- turned to tell the tale of their horrible end. "The Diary of Anne Frank" is a production unequaled in excellence and will remain a living memory to the many hours of work put in by the entire drama department, and to all the parents and students who witnessed the stirring presentation. 22l .qifgm 1' fi ll - Q "Well, it WAS a beautiful moming! 5 F" ""' "Don't throw bouquets . . ." 1, -4 , 1 L A L ii 2 va J Q x wi!-21 2 5 5 ,sqm dig : " , ifrii, i m --will D ,' 7 5 V t i l Q gf 1 K i.v 1 --J ' ' 5 'I JA as J' J g-1-,..i f,,,,,. 5 b -M A A J ri uuu J GKLAHGMA. Playing to a packed house on two consecu- tive nights, the two casts of "Oklahomalv scored a real triumph for high school pro- ductions. The musical comedy was presented on February 12 and High School under Coloma Lafferty. A 13 at Landrum Junior the direction of Miss well known story was presented excellently as Curley, the singing hero, challenged Jud, a farm hand, for the attentions of Laurey, a simple country girl. Comedy was injected in the persons of Ado Annie Carnes and Will Parker, part time fiancees, Ali Hakim, the peddler man, and Aunt Eller, Laurey's personable aunt. Sus- pense rose following the wedding when Jud was accidentally killed. The tale ended on a happy note as the entire cast assembled on stage and sang the renowned "Oklahoma, okaylv 34 -. 2 A 'fe N B 4 Q I If ' I I Until the wee wee hours of the a m My ' "These are mv neoplel' BEAUTY "And Cheaters NEVER win!" "Then you stir Sun Blister gently into The teacher's pets! 'se I 1 sf' F' N- r Tw 5.3 5' w X 'W' lmfmw A 35. h ,1 ,,, A way to kill time at the prelimin- ary judgings. 26 . Ns "0h! This is tough!" DBR With a Click of a knoh. "The Infernal Eye" came into focus on Channel KRUD-TY at 8 p.m. on the evening of February 20. The Eighth Annual spectacular was sponsored by the journalism department. The show was produced by Hrs. Billie Wise, Bruin sponsor. and Bill Bridges was student director. "The Infernal Eye" revealed in a true light a few of to- day's television tidbits. First skit on the agenda. "llunsliy," was a typical tale of Western heroism and cowardly cow- hoys. Followup for this madcap antic. 088 Moonlit Mall" told the searching tale of a private eye hunting his girl friend's murderer. An eyening of quiet humor was found in "Ozzie and Harriet." :X take-off on the "jack Paar Show" was a fitting end of the TY day. Charlie Weaver, Shelley German. and Geneyieye were only a fr-yy who appeared on the show. Johnny Goyf-n vlimaxed the eyening when he presented senior class candidate Joyce Sustala with a bouquet of red roses and a kiss as Host Beautiful Girl. Sophomore class finalist Mike Nlclxer was chosen Host Handsome Boy and if-ceiyed a handshake from Mr. floyen. 1 4 59 The chosen two . . . The cast party at Sue Allelj-"s. V, I BSB Emcee: Councilman Johnny Coyer HQ rpg -f 2 M41 f ag? f., ze, h-.U One, two, three, KICK! 2 ,Awww 2 , ,,,4-......-JM v-e , The chosen few . . . -M-he 27 J Spotlight Review ANDO GLANC s SPQN ACTI ITIE Another year has passed swiftly at Spring Branch. One event has turned to another with rapid succes- sion. Many of thees activities have been placed here W ,r,, y for your rernembrances: some could not appear be- cause they lacked importance. Yet the whole face of SBHS is composed of both the big and the little. Maybe these small reminders will bring to your thoughts other happy events that we could not re- produce. 5'Sulphur dioxide is used for what?" W 'l' Hx 6 A 6 WTR ww! , 1-W' .www-flint x W District Student Council Representatives "qk,A"N it X1 5 - rk-. --MQ- Els i X f' as N2 E1 Q FX-S4 X X X gm- '12 its . cc, -Mi K aux 1 -.expr Tyger, 5, Q53 yr 5 llllxfjg Q14 5 .. .. , le 'Cf-so "-fr . " Y bNOW l sf s 5- Yassws 2. ' QSSX X W' wsegssr- is-as ss-Q we N Axes Ss F Q-SQXNXQ X .sz - rssyfr ewf'Esi.xv s -f pr, Q. iq. 91 ' f 1 4' 1 1 1 A 4 ff M f I2 ,aff . "Gr , iff ' fu Z f f Vg, ,, . ,4 f .1 3:2 - ,. 5,113 if 4 1 A. 75 M5 4 A M, f, ,W y-9mph,,f1f, 7 M 'T ,i Mfg! 4157" , 'ZX 9. Q 1 cf , H y M ., The weary Trail riders . . Thru: rockin' chccrlcudcrsl Exes homeroom program at Thanksgiving. A new face of the stadium appears . . . gradually! M .W -AIVV io' , .M , - 2 W a " , 1--' : ' i ----' -J--' T , , , . LV ,A I M Z Q . I , an -Q N - A ,:W,,l, . , . N X , 27" 0 ,, , , K , f"' ,i ff ' ' f J 4 Q A W ' mf? ,, I M, , ,, , I h My , sw.,-,, W wwf ,, wa ,, If , f ,, " I ffgiml , 'V f W ,V ,, , y. Q VZH , , ' 1ilJ"7':g' Ljims. jyfgg f, , f f'w,,, ' 'f 5 I I , f I V V0 v , ff.4,,,M, '- I' ' ' ' f ij 'L 'f' 'f , ,' W, Q f, -'ff 'ff' ,,,, -' ,. ff 3 ., ' 1 wyf ,, ,M 'fr f f ' ,, fvrc "" X ' ff Mm, .ffffm f 4' ' v M ..,, ..,,,,,, ., . , .. K 1, 'M 1 X A X .- 'Q S f1n.,. . Mp:- i' 4- ' ' f ,fri '," 1, I IV,5,33gggjQii UZ' " ' , - " r A . . . through the personal guid- ance and understanding ofthe r,u, g and ' ADMINISTRATION 1 f' English Department SEARCH FOR TRUTH THROUGH PRACTICAL AND fil- Miss Judith Allen Mrs. Katherine Anthony Miss Ann Carroll MIS. Marie CCZCHUX . ,. 4 'R A 'V G ,.,wQi.yL.,..., E' '11,':'f"'11i21- 1 .fm "ww M, .,,., A 1 , 'w 4 2 ' 9 - f A G 9 I, , . , f 'X V. , fi' .- 1. Z4 'N A I, -,ifgr 2. A fig: f2n:"v31'1. gr- - "zz f "az ziwivt-'Vt 'ffh -U.. ,. Mrs. Dila Davis ,KK James Frank Mrs. Helen Gagnon Miss Sally Croce Mrs. Margaret Hutchinson Miss Marion Lawrence sf,:7.k:1Zt an 'ZW Mrs. Linna Teegerstrom Mrs. Bnnnit- Thurmond Mrs. Billie Wise .93 , a ' fy ' ---i-1-l- ' Interest runs high in art classes. . ,, T' A 1 ,, Mrs. Altharetta Yeargin 7 I, . 77 32 ,Nec L iii N E A E E a f---wah' dns' AESTHETIC APPROACH Mrs. Esther Edwards Mrs, Cgyg Emmons 'V 4 I Mrs. Blanche Magnuson Tom Newell f f' ,W I X, f J I ,, Wa! X "Wu-q.,,, Tomorrow and tomorrow and tomorrow Nlacbeth Thi- English llcpartinf-nt nf Spring Branch lligh Sclimvl has an exrw-llent reputatiun ainung iither scninr high sf-limils and colleges uf tht- Swutlmest. The majority uf graduates vxlwrit-iii-e little ur no difficulty in mllege English courses. Nlany students are exempt friini 1-nurses yct ref-ciye credit for them lwrausc uf their prmscss in English. The flf'lJ3I'lIllt'llllS excellent reputation has lie:-ii vstalilislied through adherence to a high set of stanrlarcls and the harcl work of its tear-liers. The- ulijectiyes include the develop- ment of good study habits. the mastery of all mechanical skills, the ability to analyze. organize and present material formally. the enlargement of a usable vocabulary, and increased knowledge of the fields of American and English literature. We Forei gn Language Department LAB DRAWS MUCH ATTENTION Don Adams W. F. Hutmacher Mrs. Sherrill Fisk Mrs. Josephine Healy Q, J -4152 Instructors test new language lab. The Foreign Language Department began the 1959-1960 school year with several additions, both in faculty and equipment. Third-year Spanish was offered for the first time, as well as second-year German, and enrollment in French and German was increased to such an extent that the services of a full-time instructor were required for each language. Perhaps the most notable addition to the depart- ment was the language laboratory. The "lab" is equipped with listening and recording equipment for thirty students, and it is possible to play tapes in three different languages at once. We are fortunate to be among the first high schools to install a language lab. Physical Education Department PHYSICAL FITNESS T0 COPE WITH MGDERN DAY LIVING N6 N?-It Tommy Bambrjck Don Bennett In the field of Physical Education certain phases of the over-all program of total education are properly devel- oped under trained. experienced and considerate leadership. These special phases are: physical development and fitness, motor skills. emotional maturity and social adjustment. Experiences gained in Physical Edu- cation will encourage proper growth. development and physical fitness, pro- vide a wide variety of skills and knowl- Mrs. Ethel Brader Mrs. Mildred Elkins Miss Mildred Hausinger ,JU 'fn-"E Paul Register .Ioe Taylor Mrs. Edith Tully edge of sports, and will better prepare the individual to meet the emergencies of modern day living in respect to physical, mental, emotional and spirit- ual life. Exercise is the keynote to physical fitnes James Boucher Bill Tingle Darrell Tully 5 Athletic Director 35 Mathematics Department fa . ,u Mrs, Betty Brotherton Mrs. Sarah Byhee TEACHERS AND STUDENTS STRIVE TO Mrs. William Hill Edward Johnson sq' 36 Staffed with eleven instructors, the high school Math Department attempts to give students a basic knowledge of mathematics, and promote interest in the field of math as a science. To further their abiilty as teachers, four members of this department took part in the summer courses through the National Science Foundation. Senior student Hal Bybee was sponsored by the department to attend an advanced math course at the University of Texas. "How did you ever get that answer?" LEARN Wk X -xy. I I L, Students receive individual help. Miss Lois Reynolds Mrs. Aileen Scallett 5? E James Starling Mrs. Eleanor Shubinski T. J. Willis Miss Anne Wood Miss Coloma Lafferty Wade Pogue Music Department WITH A SONG IN THEIR HEARTS Our high school choirs serve as laboratories for vocal music. They provide the pupils with a means for expression of emotional and social feeling as well as an opportunity to develop an appreciation of fine music through study and perform- ance. ln addition to the regular school assembly programs, the choir presents an Annual Christmas and Easter concert. A still wider variety of musical experience was attained through the musical presentation, "Oklahoma.', Foremost among the objectives of the Spring Branch High Band course are to provide students with the opportunity to develop performance and marching skills and to become intimately acquainted with Band literature as an aid to music appre- ciation. Band serves the school and community in public relations through performances in and out- side the community. It also strives to develop school spirit through participation at pep rallies and athletic events. ,hae arg Welk has nothing on this boy! 5 K Cast works hard on "Oklahoma" is Speech Department THEY WAX WGNDERS WITH THEI The goal of the Speech Department is best expressed through the words of the authors, Hedde and Brigance, in our text, American Speech: '6Man has discovered only two ways of settling problems: shoot-it-out or talk-it-out. To shoot-it-out is the method of totalitarian states. To talk-it-out is the method of democracies. Both require skill, training, and disciplineg and democracies get into trouble when the talk of its R WORDS leaders is not effective, or intelligent, or responsible." 'V' '1V, ,'-f 4 ' ' One semester's record tells the story of how Spring Branch Highls Speech Department brings the student to 'gtalk-it-outl' situations. Schools Date Tournament Entered Winner Oct. 2-3 Lamar 28 Spring Branch Oct. 16-17 Bellaire 46 Spring Branch Nov. 27-28 Sam Houston 2-1 Spring Branch Dec. 11-12 Denton 32 Bellaire "Congratulations, Lonnie"-Bellaire Tourney. "Diary" offers new dramatic approach. Rex Fleming Mrs. Lucile Todd Miss Carolyn Vernon 39 40 Social Studies Department A LOOK AT THE PAST PAVES WAY FDR ig Student interviews state representative. Mrs. Billie Bartley Social Studies is a study of people: their past, their present and their future. By looking to the past we can determine the path to follow for the future. As the citizens of tomorrow we need to acquire an understand- ing and appreciation of the history of our country so that we can he the qualified citizens of the future which our country needs. W. W. Emmons Student symposiums vary the curriculum Mrs. Gladys Gillespie Mrs. Margaret Luther Noble Masters W. I f Aw5w7 , I, f ,,,, I. Jimmy Murphy William Suhr Edgar Wilhelm Mrs. Ann Wilson 4I Commercial Department, Distributifve Education STUDENTS LEARN TO MEET THE PUBLIC Mrs. Lunelle Anderson Eldridge Eason Miss Jean Lea Mrs. Dorothy Miller 42? f "fs, Miss Jon Catlin Mrs. Ola McKenney Mrs. Mary Richmond 42 Take a letter. Miss Jones-or may l help you set up your books-or may I type your will? After taking Shorthand I, II. III. and IV our students can do the above-along with many other busi- ness assignments. Typing for personal use is an asset to a student regardless of the career he pursues. "Earn while you learnw with Distri- butive Education. On-the-job training is offered in retail, wholesale, and service selling businesses. DE student, Jane Lamb, displaying sales technique Typing students at work. Vocational, I ndastrial makers tv .9 .4 ,Q TUDENTS LEARN BY DOING Learning valuable skills in shop. Wallace Adams Spring Branch girls make the best future home ,p 5. I, L. X ,. a aa We r L I- 4142, Drafting students of Spring Branch lligh won 6 uf the T drafting awards at the 1959 Gulf Coast Industrial .-Xrts Fair. Nlm-clianif-al Drawing and drafting helps students rlmelop the r-apar-ity In think. to express ideas understandably and lu inte-rprf-t the ideas of others. The Homemaking Department offf-rs a four-year program includ- ing six major areas: clothing. foods. family rf-lations. housing. child care, home nursing and first aid. Problems studied in Vocational :Xgrif-ulture include with the local community. farm machines. soil. crops and animal husbandry. Supervised farming is included in the curriculum. Vifoodworking courses. while teaching safe use and rare- of tools and machines. instructs students in design. wood joinery. and craftsmanship. Metal Shop develops the basic skills in metal norking. use uf hand tools, soldering. brazing and welding. Miss Rosemary Anderson A warp Q., , Lf l .2 '- 1:21415 X - li' fs , 2- f. ,',, , fa , M Mrs. Ruth Bailey Buck Brooks t t ffay1f. frf2 f "fl J? a ,gf f V .l0l1Il CaFl'iS0I1 Mrs. Altra Hammon Gail Jackson Herbert LHYHC Charles Stockton 43 Science Department ' it Q51 l. Patrick Barry James Biggs John Butler Advanced Chemistry, a new part of this year's curriculum. ,,.. , ..u. ,. 'ite' y i w""i' 'X Twice a week, Chemistry students enjoy lah. .Q .QQ f 4, f, X B f I 3 1 The Physical Science Department, Chemistry and Physics, is attempting to meet the requirements of our science-conscious space age. A variety of experiences are offered: lectures. reading, demonstrations, field trips, experi- mentation. and original research. Practical everyday applications of these sciences are stressed as well as the theoretical foundations necessary as a base for advanced study. The Biology Department sponsored its annual Science Fair in conjunction with a PTA dinner. An advanced course in Biology was introduced for the first time this year which gave an opportunity for the more advanced stu- dents to learn more about Botany and Zoology. KNOWLEDGE IS POWER ,V ,.,,.., g i i Reasoning, the keynote of Physics. Jimmie Hademerws Haskell McClintock David Walker Mrs. Dorothy Rae 45 O zce Staff, Counselors, Nurse EFFICIENT OFFICES AID Mrs. Armice Eccles Dean of Girls Serving approximately 1900 Spring Branch stu- dents, a five-member office staff has the continuous job of managing the schoolls paper work and attend- ance. lVlrs. Annice Eccles, Dean of Girls, handles all discipline cases related to girls and supervises school function publicly. 'X lm ffixfff ff ,fKfW2iZ7f ff 7, ,jf l9OO STUDENTS 5 2 ,if we Mrs. Alice Brown Counselor Patience, ingenuity, and de- termination-these are the adjec- tives usually attributed to Spring Branch's three hard-working coun- selors. Planning sophomores and juniors, schedules and aiding sen- iors find the 'ijust right" college comprise the objectives of their efficient counseling program. ff Jack Lynch Counselor I E7 V "1 Z QC 57? ' ?f7W f'.7'W , 5 fm. fx 'fm 'W , , D 47 ,WW V, I ., Hua. V, xx my ,I ,iwwjvmy If ' ff?" v " Mrs. Margaret Love ' ff ,I V , ,V 1 Counselor j f ' " ' Mrs. Maurine Benatte iz Nurse at f fag -if of 1 l , 47 ,ww , If " Q f "Q, 7.75 f 42771 . .I- TERREL SPENCER Assistant Principal HERMAN ENGLISH Assistant Principal .ri '1' Q: 4 I' is x D KJ4 rx c a n W' I 5 4 f K J OHIN I MOSES , ' , F31 f Cf my ifqjv! f M I? ,f , ,'fsj,7,gQ,. , f 7' i1 ,,.,', f ' 'ii '?T'f?fi'f2f 54. , i 5 1 YQ 51 1 A fu.-afiiwiiif' f ,, 1,2 ' X I ,, , , 4, 59 ,1 ,f 'zz iffy ,fp,w:4'z' :gg f 4 f ff 5 ' ,Y DR. H. M. LANDRUM, Superintendent mx Qf' X, 0" W 'Z A A. J. LABAY 17" " Depuiy Superintendent ii H lf'i-HP fi Qfffifmi 4 K . . . . x WI Holding th? rfrmi fin lilf' immning f-flucatlonal iQg,l',N, System of a Spirited f'lvIIlI'I'lUllitf ig nu fmall task. .- . . L but Dr. H. XI. Landrum ami hw Ziirif' ufxixtant, Mr. A. J. Labay. i'l21X6'-ti1l'UU4ZJil thvir farvful guidance- H achieve-ri fur thf- fiiilfifi rw-figiiitimn ami respec among eriuvaturs lhrfiughnul tho natiwn. School Board BOARD KEEPS PACE WITH GROWING NEED 52 Parents in the Spring Branch School District have found the seven enthusiastic and civic-minded School Board members an effective instrument in promoting and providing only the finest of educational facilities for their children. Another step in the continued expansion program will be the construction of a new high school made possible by the November passage of a 37,700,000 bond issue. Through the efforts of the board our school system has been able to keep in pace with America,s growing need for well-educated citizens. .V.,,,Y.- fgg,s.,j,,. f I f -"' 2 9-'A-Q? 9 xl: 3 . 5 5 Q 1 Y lm 5,-:iw lllllw V3 H X f sgfxxf NM .. X' - . A l N fi?" wa - in . " ffivfhrfw 'Q 'lim'-355 , L M " "WW "fix-9 . .. .,..y-41 in ga' in ' - K X-gf law 'Y M l 'xzfxfg 1 , fr, , W,,,,,,f,,, " , C, If f J 5 -in ,f I x 1 4 Q ff ' X f f ff f L . C. Blair Rowland, R. N. Lyons, presidentg Byron Sadler, Russell Quantock, Lawrence Champion, L. H. Moon, Norman Way. 1 f .-AM., X4 1 1 ,f - fy , f f V " ' 2 , , , ,,-gg E M 1 . , IH Ww4i5'1',5'f 1 4 ' . NW' f ,iwfwm 5 zz 3 if 1 -7 . rf 7,,,,f: - 1 ,,.,, 1, 4 54713111 , Y' Kb All k wx Ng, K Wx X A . . through the outstanding pf1rsorzaIz'tie5 in BEAUTY and BRAWN .JN W JL This year 39 students are honored in the largest and most striking Beauty and Brawn section in the history ofthe yearbook. Beauty and Brawn gives recognition to the sc-hool's most beautiful girls and most handsome boys. to the Honorees, the respective Class Favorites. and to honoring the Bruin Belle and Bear Brawn. The 18 finalists for thc title of Most Beautiful Cirl and Most Handsome Boy pictured on the following pages were selected from some 223 nominees in three separate judging sessions. Serving to select the final candidates in the first round was a panel of nine faculty members. The second round was judged by members of the radio-televisiiin-fashion world. Selecting the winners at The Bruinis annual Beauty and Brawn presentation on February 29. were judges Mrs. Ginny Pace of KHOU-TV: Miss Mollie Warfl. Fashion Co-ordinator for Isabell Cerhartg Mr. Tom Vanzant, 1960 Frontier Fiesta Chairman: and Mr. Chris Robinson, former Broadway star now Commercial Manager of Radio Station KXYZ. The Class Favorites pictured in this section are selected each year in an all- school election. Class Clowns and Best Dressed couples were voted on by the respective classes. Most Popular and Most Representative couple is selected by the entire student body. Bruin Belle and Bear Brawn are appointed by the Editor and Sponsor of the yearbook. The title goes to a senior boy and girl who do not hold an editorial staff position but who devote endless hours serving the yearbook in many areas. This year a page was set aside for the school's Honorees. Homecoming Queen and FFA Sweetheart appear here along with a newcomer, the Band Sweetheart. which will be traditional. H0 OREE HOMECOMING QUEEN Jnycc Sustala FFA SVVEETHEART Diane Scoggins 3 iffy BAND SWEETHEART Carol Shaffer 52,5 fu 9 Beaut and Charles Cornelius Smokey Mc-Whorter Reggie Crob Jghnny McRae Diane Seoggxins Susan Newkirk Roxanne Edtmiller Kathv Shahan 58 4 i x K . g G rn f ' 013,63 9 fs-f.,,.5,,,vLa fp! wal I Ear Brawn Court Vivian Southerland Susan Brandstetter Margaret Alviset Jayne Alexander Joyce Sustala Dennis King Mike Mclver Neil Miller John Sypert Ralph Peterson 59 RR, -S' ,Sv wr , , f f f fsfiew Q A l O Q 3 iff Qpwfiwfjl ' 5 7 fg, 112234 Q24 wif'-, va. f 42'Q1f f MOST BEALITI JO ce , Q C6 Q94 1 ., X www , .1 V A ,rw,,,ffw, ,m ffyg wg "fl , Y? 2 G ,Y , Y" M v X ww. 58 . M 5 'V 9 y , I , x af s 4 .az .L 3 'L fe it w. fi V Q g, 1 si ' I ' .6 4.. . . V ,W we ,g J . 4 ' r + 5 w f ' f "' , . 7 X - z Q av ' is Q . Q .1 5 I H b - X x ' - K , N A . X I . . . ' ' . 5 s x Q by , 1. gfk K ,, Ve, , ' sf f '1 , , . . " ' vt .K ' , Q X, is X A . 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H5911 5u3luH IlgW t . . . by initiative and participation in ATHLETICS DARRELL TULLY Head Coach and Athletic Director 5, Coach Darrell Tully came to Spring Branch in 1957 with a plan and plenty of grim determination. The plan was to rejuvenate a lagging Bear eleven and build a powerful grid- iron system. He predicted it would take at least three years for the results of his plan to get a fair test. This was the year to tally the score. The l959 Bruin Varsity proved Coach Tully's plan would not only work. but would continue developing from year-to- year into one of the State's gridiron greats. In the few short years Coach Tully has been at Spring Branch, many compliments and honors have come his way, but perhaps the most significant is the one paid him by his fellow coaches when they elected him President of the Texas High School Coaches Association this year. It has been a truly great year for the Bears, and they'd like to say, "Thanks, Coach, for having that plan." JOE TAYLOR W. W. EMMONS JOHN GARRISON Backfleld Coach Line Coach De-fengive Coach Q.. Hard work! Typical of Tullymen. DON BENNETT Trainer if W'-JI H'ihnn"LYTm'lilh EW 1.7! pw, A A ,Ay Z , f, I 3 4 9 JAY LEWIS. Mgr. BOBBY MOHR, lwgr. BUDDY WILEY, Mgr. 'f , t - wr 'a -' -"iii: 1' gl i ju 12" ? I 2 1 I 2 , ' f 1 . V , . 5 -, ,. " sf r' w M- I Q-ni . L 1 4' JM if 5 '1 Y i Y I fi, fi Q , 1 .1 ,f A I A r. n ' 5 5,11 nga-v ,. ' f ,A ' 3 " " 'Z ,I 9 K 4 , S W , 4., f -- 1, x Y' ' 0 Y if 4 , f nw f R y Q: 49 I if l 1 Ig g ..' ', ' ,pf , v Q 1959 VARSITY ROW 1: Kohlmaier, Leigh, Aldredge, Hinojofa, Edward-, fNIcClin!ur'k, Lyons, Martin. lxICWl1flfICT, Shahan, Mohr. ROW 2: Bahm, Bar rett, Babineaux, Stanton, Henry, Wigginton, Morgan, Pelerfon, Mos:-ls-y, Cunnc-ls, Wiley. ROW 3: Bailey, Lee, N. Miller, Howe Stengler, B. Miller, Croh, Taylor, Gulbrandson, Lcwi-. ROW 4: Turn'-r, LaMont, Buggz, Alilmtt, Tilley, McAdams, Jessee, Vlasek Cowart, Mays. '.:5,f.1.f, ,4Q12'fl""' 'f,,.:'4TI"Y'.' 'I ,',ff', 3' 'Z' ' ' 'V ffl! ' '7 ff 4 ' f ,ff , . . ,. ,qf v,fA p- - wr -f 1 ,ff f , "L f .. .. 7 .1 :C-f'-ff - ,pw .gf ,. - f A " M fZ7 "EIL 'f ,,,. Q if QQZ7 wil " - 4, , -,,,,,,i, -f, ff' I ' Wffgf, , . 'f V. l 1 Mfr , ffaf uf'-4? cj Y iff , W 4 pf 0 , I W 1 J MIKE BAILEY, Tr. .IOE KOHLMAIER, Tr. SANDY BAHM, Tr. 8I .1 ,X 4 f V ' - 1. f .. . N0 , N ,V V, Q5f1f7ff.v'rf'fll'v I , ,g" ' J' ', "' 1' i ,A " -l ' n , ." 7,8 ' R ' 1 ,fx nt uqgkgyi lv,g,,:5,,y.:fff'z'ff 55? " I 'uf Vswfg, ,A , .- .4 ,, m ,im 5 "m,1s:v'ir?4 fnfp, :L .,,f, H , " 'Y vw ' , -. f- ifsf ,,,Vjm,5.,w:.,zA 1- 't ff'-,'i.n.u .f ' - ' .. . '... 'A h V ' ' W 4 ' f". '.f . px ' M7424 , M, ' X vw? , .4 i-ua -M V, v-- W 1.4 Tense IIlOI'llCIlISfC03Cll Tully talks over strategy with QB Hinojosa as Stanton and Alldredge listcn in. Z if I 82 LYNARD HINOJOSA Quarterback 'If J I , M K- A gf A td : Z w. n M p D 4, k -fb Qu-QQ' g LARRY STANTON EDDIE ALLDREDGE QUHTICFIJHCIC Quarterback l M 7 XQMQQ ,f MVC f The fighting Texans started rolling in the first quarter when halflianlc Jerry Wag- non climaxed a T2 yard driw going in from the two yard marker. In the wvoml quarter Jim Reeves. defensive halfliaf-k. returned a punt good for T2 yards. The Texans led at halftime 13-U. The third quarter saw quarterback Xiax Dfffjlffll dive from the four yard stripe. and Danny Pollack, halfback, scored the final points in the fourth period. ff 6 ifhuillgiu Q Fullback Neil Miller lakes opening kickoff against Ray. 83 f--.4-0 K 22 159' 'Q ' 1 , N . aryl, M is Q S I, LEWIS GUNNELS Halfhack AV xi X1 2' 5' i .,LL N I DAVID MCCLINTOCK Fullllack Hinojosa 414-P scoots le-ft 1-nd for lung gain as McClintock 1311 throws key block. ' , ZX 'C4'xi.if-54lR,'!'!"V..H8X5 DAVID LaBIONT 'N If 1 KN I 'ix LB., :A vi Bears line up as they hold Slings un fourth down. -v 5-iii A -,ie '-PP. BILL HENRY End Hinojuea till skirIQl1'tl1-l1da- Nlillvr 4-PHP limit- for man tu hlnrk, A team of win-hungry Bears fought a strung Victoria team and came out on top 6-0. The tnuehdown Came in the fourth quarter when Lynard Hinojnsa elimaxed an 83 yard drive scoring frnm the one yard line. The Stings deepest penetration vame in the third quar- ter when they went to the Bears' 17. hut here a stout Bear defense held. as A1 Abbott takes a breather, as he y6lls for Bears. Also shown are Paul Tilly, and Al's dad who was coach of the week. JERRY LYONS Quarterback Q Q if - 151 Ms ' ' Rr N-r:QQrwi??ix : aa: N b k lgffiizg, gt ' K 5:79 'X-Ni.-,'f'L.:u:3 W2 yy mm? n X. Arn- '- Ag X ieemsf 4 KF? Iviiif? MO' ' gif exp - lmljgw . ,z Nw ik s f -1 Q . I MQ xxXQl1 Mgrxykr K X wjwx, f m NX X mx wx N x Y X M vkxxx x N -rf' . . yy? ,- ,. 1 BILL MILLER Fullback xgk xki NNY X XSXV X X X YA xx x X sxxwsxixb N X SOX X X X QQ 1' . ,. gf X. 5 ,HV 1 if LEON MORGAN Halfback JACK WICGINTON End 1 Y ' DAVID STENGLER Halfback t Crozier Tech trierl everything in the hook to stop the Bears. hut founcl the task impossible. The Wolx'es fillefl the- air with passes, throwing 35 in all. while the Rc-urs were primarily a running team led hy fullhack David NlL'CliIlt0Ck. The most startling play of the night was an 33 yard punt return hy Olen Moscly in the sec-oncl quarter. Band spells out "Tully" in honor of Coach Tully's newly acquired position as President of the Texas High School Coaches Association. . u ,EA . ,.v-,,,Qf2fL vi I Y ,, ,,, wavy ' . ..,. ,,,. 3 .1.' A :V-:Q jd .'., """'Z s '4l 'A ,ff M, ..,, .,,,.,, .Q,,,,l M, A ,tt ,, 4,11 it t,,,,,,,,,,.,.., 1 ' ' - 2 if 'l'-?i' i I I ' f .- H 'I ' ' I I VH 1 . . , I ,M ,fy ' 4 A , Q ,. ,JA . if I, U. A .i H ' ' N , ' f, , W. wit 'Y ,. f.-' ,' f ,.,, 1 Z ZZ,JZmH WV' 'V AtZ'.'4'2iifmk1Y,,,, ,,,, "-'-- ,........ of 'hi-aff, 4- HARRY TURNER Guard DON VLASEK Tackle Mr. Srengler, Coach of the Week, leads yells after Bears score. GARY GULBRANDSEN Tackle - .,.-1 McAdams -tretehes for a high toss. A Af 4 ,-1. 5,4 v'f .fan-, 'axe I , , , x , J ' 14911, ' Z ' .,,, ' -w,-he , . ' f 5- Qf4l'faS1'a. V vp ' - A.- T. if if, 7. " Ax T' A ?'V . 1 ' .JV V I J L 2? . I1 , 5 325 T Spring liranvh reprs:-entalixes accept the Good Sportsmanship Award. Texas City blasted Spring Branch 33-0 in the Bears' district opener in Texas City. The Stings took an early lead when Quarterliaf-lc Caldwell shot a 35 yard pass to End Charles Talhert for the first score. This combination clicked again in the second quarter making the scoreboard read 14-0 at halftime. Later, after a scoreless third quarter, Texas City broke loose for three touchdowns in the final period. . A, Brazosport tacklers hit Hinojosa after a short gain HOWARD MARTIN MIKE SHAHAN Guard Guard -if X X 5 MJ. I 1 1 I Bears close gap as Olen Mosely makes tackle. " ,im +I f U K W V , 4 - M' A e 'A fr Bears say prayer before hitting the field Early in the season, winless Brazosport fell before the Bears 16-0. After a scoreless first half, quarterback Hinojosa climaxed a 72 yard drive, with an end run that netted 23 yards and six points. McClintock crashed over for the 2 points, giving the Bears an 3-0 margin. A Brazosport fumble set up the Bruin eleven's second touchdown when Hinojosa hit halfback David LaMont with a short pass. McAdams took the extra try over for 2, making it 16-0. EU! AL ABBOTT Center Ball High tackle-rs move in on Bears. DICK JESSEE REGIE C-ROB Guard Elld 1fw5m5xiWi1WgwNixwwivlwwxvrfww ' x N YF K W , X uliffxiwisfi' Wfsgsvw-Y XA X QVGA, gs-5Sfi5R5QgiX fx -XTb3Rwx X X f 4. . ' .SS x -5fQf5FSxgQ3N A ,I SL -25 yi .1:gQ1 2 gf ,-- 5 'X --ggxxqfw sQ:wQ5xq ,, -'fa K 1 X X -rqfff -ab fx -Q. 5,4 Zia g ' fi -1' ' x"' ww Mgr NM X 4 W 9 Y ' . 45354 XM A lx Q YLL Morgan is pursued by opposition. QT mfx Ii TEXT ' A , - l EI Gizmzff as ' IL, ' .J v L, it Q 7f , I TM -. I ,, , V' M big T - ' we 4. 57 T 1 ff-5 Pile up: Bears move in on loose ball. The Tornadoes of Galveston upset the Bears for their first district win of the season on the Tors home field. Ball scored in the first quarter after marching All yards in nine plays. Try for extra points failed. The Bears came hack in the second quarter to even the more at 6-6. With seconds left hefore the half, Ball struck again and made good their try for extra counters. The scoreboard at half-time read 14-6. Hinojosa went over in the third period hut Ball was able to tally once more making the final score 13-12. s 5 , e it , , - 'N A - 5 f t ' an-M l i E i Q Bears hit dressing room at half- t' . " Y ' ime F ass Pk N U is Q V iv es fa 5 A J - s C , if Q: 1 if 3.5.1, Nw x Solemn moments: Tullymen in pre-game prayer. Sparked by hard running and stout defensive play, the Bruin eleven upset the defending district champs. Pasadena. 26-22 in Eagle Stadium. The Eagles uncorked a 46 yard aerial play to score in the first period. The Big Blue promptly retaliated in the second quarter with a -13 yard scoring pass from Hinojosa to LaMont. A few minutes later. the Bear struck again to lead at halftime 12-8. Passing time and again, the Bears managed to keep ahead of the champs throughout the second period. Following a Pasadena kick- off. Hinojosa put the finishing touches on the victory when he ran 85 yards for the final score. 94 A . F JM f y , 541 f M 'J L 5 , 3 , L NEIL MILLER ROBERT MCADAMS Fullback End Bruin punters: fl to rj LaMont, Miller, McAdams. f 1,1 RALPH PETERSON DAVID EDWARDS End Guard The mighty Blue upset Galena Park 14-6 making gridiron history for the win was the first time the Bears had ever drawn Yellowjacket blood of defeat. An enthusiastic crowd of 7,500 fans saw the Bear eleven play this thrill-a- minute contest. No scoring came until the second period when McClintock, climaxing a 55- yard drive, circled left end for eight yards to put Spring Branch ahead. ln the fourth period, the Yellowjackets tallied after taking advantage of a Bear penalty. From the one-yard line, Smith carried to even the score, 6-6. With two minutes left in the game, a 22-yard pass play from Hinojosa to McAdams set up the winning touchdown. Wigginton C875 and Crob f22J finish off Yellowjacket. " GENE COWART End -:wif ' ' t . , f 4 1 Bears nail Jacket runner as teammates look on. f ff Aff-L f f ,0',1!,f,7'?C1 , , 1 if , fm f I 1 li' ' f W on X, .Slut 4 , v 'H ', n mfg' " BILL LEIGH Center XQX Y Qi I I' E 5 , 9 if , an A X -nv Nqfgw Q SSN'-T.'-Q 5' 'M iz? . Y 'W , 1.1 it Qfwc A X ' 2 4 , x QM? 1' ii? , MOSBY LINDSAY JINI LEE Center Tackle as Trojan tacklers move in on McClintock. PAUL TILLEY Tackle , a el? H, V . 5y,ZZfQQ,,, V, Lf?-W, "- 47 , at pg ,, ,wh xr' 9 .4 pr vfif - -U-- -f , I am? ?, ' ., -.- R' 1 Im J' Hinojoba scanlpe-rs toward paytlirt. Morgan carries as Tillf-y provides the lI'lIf'fll'I'0'FlCf. f ,im rife! - f , ,f , nl Wf rl Playing in sloppy weather, the Bears unleashed a powerful aerial attack to mar South Houston's Homecoming 22-14. Halfhack Morgan scored two touchdowns while End McAdams had an equally big night scoring once and then catching two passes for extra points. South Houston showed spurts of power but didn't have the punch needed to beat the victory hungry Bears. Defensive unit waiting for their chance to go in. JACK HOWE Tackle I f get f Canders close in on Hinojosa. The Baytown Canders came scrambling back from a 20-7 third period score to hand the Bears a 21-20 defeat before the largest Homecoming crowd in Bruin history. All seemed dim for the Ganders WIIPII Mosely returned the second half kickoff 94 yards for a touchdown. Dennis, Baytown quarter- back, failed to accept the gloomy Gander fortune and hit halfback Olney with a touchdown pass making it 20-13. Rincon. Gander halfback, climaxed a 31 yard drive by going in from the four. Olney carried for the extra points to end a thrilling but heartbreaking pigskin battle 21-20. a,,i' r,.:::'f Q" X 'Q f L vp 2 5 Laliont leap- high to Hnarr pa in view W fm 3 AA -vm. , 7 lb Ylafek nabs Gander. JOHN BUGC' SEASON RECORD Tackle SBHS OPPONENT O 26 , 7, ,, ,Ray 6 O , O Victoria 28 3 Crozier Tech. O 33 Texas City 16 O , Brazosport 12 18 Ball High 26 22 ,O O Pasadena 14 6 , ,c,,,, Galena Park 22 14 OOOOOO South Houston 20 21 ,.c.. Baytown t " -- K! x "" ii? M K' 'Y 9 ,f . as ' ..,' 'K' tk '51 Y N" 'L 5 a' "ff 5 1 ' . ' ze- 51 ROW 1: Dwyer, J. Adams, Jordan, Nahors, Boni, Whelan, Wimmer, Dunham, Lucas, McNeill, McKinney. ROW 2: Jackson. Shields, King Dahl, Stentz, Brown, Osborn, Mikeska, Richard, Mclver. ROW 3: Thuratt, E. Adams, Storms, Crank, Bright, Arnett, Sebastian, Coach Murphy, Coach Bambrick. ROW 4: Coach Wilhelm, Champion, Leans, Hague, Hughes, Batla. ROW 5: J. Johnson, Savage, Peterson, Bailey, Truitt, Rodcap. 7"5'v!'t , , lt 'sf , l 3 R. Johnson, Kenney, McRae Wietkoswhi, McKinnis, Orning ef ' 35, X43 lm COACH ED WILHELM COACH JIM MURPHY COACH TOM BAAIBRICK IO2 'QQ 45 f Q ' , W4 COACH JAMES BOULHER LUMQI1 P.XI'I. REGISTER ROW 1: Sonderegger, Yancey. Wood. Puig. R. I-bell. Jonf--. RiChC1fIiN, W. Lin-Il. ROW 2: NI1,mncyl1LlI'I1. Lewigv Lgftig, Dorsey, Brad- ford. Pope, Simonton. Jahnkf. ROW 3: Coach Rf-gi-ter. PJTQUDN. Bufhwalrl. Huntvr, rI1hHIUIYNflH, Anderson, Boise. Chadderdon, Jordan, Coach Boucher. VA-V. 4- f. 02536187 Z7WEZ.W'h1nW 'J MWF 9KffWI31HiZT 9 301lAl"A?l'PfW 'fl 'If ' iz Wilf MXE'Rl Hf W, 1 I X J 1 , XR if il 8 is 'I K XA X .Aff-, - x t , X, f ,. i, as x..A F Q i j . x , ,-xx '.,, A p 1. ix' ,- if f. . 'haf' 1 Q -1' 'ii wa., if fi t , i ,I gt X I: 7 is 5 X X X H ff ,L x , -j ,-, 5.,"",T'3i3 4 .' 6' K 1 -has v if wi ,. gi 1 - 1 5, , gf X , K, - 3 , : Y x ,Q V. 55 Q V 'wi A i if 5951 f ww 5 xq., Q .,,.A ,,, t t . me ,,.. .,,,:.' f. . I I 5 I. -my --TS t ' .. -- ib:fEWff'i:- 1'rJs3f ' N -2155: X ., w X Y, 1:1 2, ,sf as .f - fa -f ' 4-15 " if N A A , .-,,.g-an ..-. ,- .WM-4-.-, ,.-9-1 A ,, my: ,- . -1, f. - , X: Q I . , .. , 1 i f -1 Q ' ' 5' '::1"-.tv:2.-iii? E? ' 1-, ,' 1 3 4 'f 115 7 5 .L F 4 7 : . ' LA ' N" ' 1" " Q 'I - - - -ft 2144? f , .1 -. fe - ff -V 1 - f ft: ' - 4 ' ' Q all K if , 3 A--Q ' 1,3245 ' X a X .W f in , . 'idf 1 ' ,3 . . , , , , M - ,-5 5' " xr .. 2. f-gg gi is s y rs- -f- x, '- hp if p , T T xx! -V r f 1: lu- Q. - ! .X..s it -Q if ' 3: ,X 1 1, ei- - V,-H ..,, BW, Um x U If ' it ROW 1: John Smith, Mike Block, Jimmy Stout, Lynard Hinojosa, Jerry Highnote, Ray Vaughters. ROW 2: Mike Lucas, Robert McAdams, Eric Nelson, Hank Grant, Carlton Jones, David LaMont, James Pallen. DAVID LalVl0NT-Captain 6 5 ' Firsl Round 2 5 Spring A Branch 35-38 -L5-41 7 57-37 41-36 58-5-1- 35--1-8 -1-5--L6 DISTRICT RECORD Opponent Ball High South Houston Texas City Pasadena Brazosport Galena Park Baytown Second Round Spring Branch 56-58 50-68 54-58 57-49 Cancelled 67-6-1 61-60 4 Seeing mo? LJNIOIII. W-vm '-faq - ,W Bears scramble for rebound. NR t of the action for the Bears this wcuwn arc: Pullcn, Lucas, Nelson. McAdams. and J gmt ,z COACH HERMAN ENGLISH LaMont goes in for sure two points. Vx Hxnojusa makes layup. Grant dunks the roundlmll. Pallen in for crib shut. MGR. GERRY WIGGINS -Mi' , . . ., I X , ',.': ' 1haf-..5?fQ'9: ' ' . ' , Y .,'.4a'- ww- "..-Szfbi w x? W 10541465 211' " 'f' 'V sy. " 2 , ,. k ,, .!,4l,,i,fiM 4 V V . ' A my if B12 ' 5 A f fi. ,-+ VY? '57 Lf .4- iv 4 Q ,ta LaMont hurdles to avoid foul. TR. SANDY BAHM X. 72, , ' 5 Q W' Q. rw ' 'wg H s , -Ll...-.S.:..J..,.,.,. lf . ,M 9 4 ' , A - -.Q N ' 2' QA . ' ' ' f : . , 1 - I I 1 5 1 , , 3 4 35211. , Q 1 ' 5 -ffgzs-gfigif, Xh'Y J ,QX, F U W m g 1 ' I I i I 1 y , J I i , 5 K ' z I 4 4 - I ' ' 1 , ' f , I .17 J.. ROW 1: Lucas, Truitt, Jones, McNeil, Durivy. Cornmn. KIcWhurtf-r. HOW 2: Sinwnlf-n, E. Snmlun, Mitchell, Kimes, Howe, Huge. L. Stanton. George. W, WZ MGR. DENNIS AKSTERLAND C21 f 1 ff 7 COACH RED EMMONS 4 A fab ROW 1: Mgr. Storms, Wahranberger, Thomason, Campbell, M. Jones, D. Jordan, Fry, Kooser, Clayton, Tomasson, Froliech, Wooldridge. ROW 2: Smith, Stanton, Rosenfield, Bailey, Crank, Telschow, Adams, Koteras, Fisher, Van Alatgne, Mgr. Cox. ROW 3: Turner, Wietkoswki, Pallan, J. Jordan, Graf, Chadder- don, Howe, Myers, Champion, Gregory, Appelt, J. Jones, Russell, Stengler. ,ya .. ,y ,V f it ' 4 I ,W f 42' "--..,,,4 751: is-1' Harry 'Turner . . . and the throw that won him the State Discus Champion- ship. coAcHEs JAMES BoUcH1-:R f and JoE TAYLOR BEARS MS it 1 '- fi ROW 1: Wigginton, Maiarana, Lucas, Hopper, Calvert, Hinojosa. McWhorter, Boni. ROW 2: Yancey, McKnight, ning, McAdams, Tucker, Eckhardt, Mays, Brown, Moseley. 5-A BE,A S Si 2? ii Grob, Dun- Returning Senior Letterrnen: ROW 1: Hinojosa, Yancey, Block. ROW 2: Eck- hardt, McAdams, Tucker, Brown. 1 "'f COACH JIM MURPHY 1 COACH PAUL REGISTER '?'ff'7?f ,1,, ' R ,' 4, R IO9 .dc 'vw , -1. M1 ,X D lflflfgf' .. .Lg .t 1 ROW 1: Notestine, Loy, Coach Milderd Hausinger, Riley, Patterson. ROW 2: Mgr. Garrett, Thompson, Becker, Rein, 0'Neill. SHERYL BECKER Leading Singles Player S' .X it 4 ,. Q L .af V9 5 ' P . F .X . , f- "" .Q"':!"" ' xi 'ffl'-x QS o -Q 1 .X 1-Sw X- Coach MILDERD HAUSINGER no 4 -if l ' if , 'x 1 X ' M .,, 'N w r I .' " 'Q' fxxq siilsxw-, ' .5 3, fi, Eur , 'i . 'Q ' 5 "' f . f v , 5 ,ga ' , if l 3 fat- .Q eigggzfx .. X: - 1 11, -.5 -,H-W-A-I". Y N -:Q qswwg i - , ., J V- 1 ,Q ROW 1: Baker, Fomey, Whelan. ROW 2: 'l'l1vu'utt, Pringle. Pyur. rl .... E9 JUNIOR GIRLS TENNIS ROW 1: Sanders, While, Doyle, Davis, Hewitt, Newkirk, Scoggins. ROW 2: Curran, Tillman, Croy, Owen, Thompson, Hamel. My i F l COACH E. A. SNAPP as.. A Senior Three-Year Lettermen: Nabors, Dussler, Morgan, Farren. ROW 1: Evans, Sabom, Williams, Hunter, Stokes, Nabors, Edgar, Stinson, Schmidt. ROW 2: Jageler, Ross, Fisher Dennison Nichols, Holder, Morgan. ROW 3: Krell, Farren, Hackathorn, Powers, Dussler, Bostock, Blair, Waddill, , ' II2 ft ,7 1 9 is--....., ,,.. -N hs tw, ,, ,Aw mf, , 17 z ,jx 7 , f' rssi , iyfyw' f . fv fzlizsm J Us , .Z :l3f,f,pff ,W t?,f"ia?gIffffM " W we 1.9. Qgy ygffy N "fm Y ,, .., 'fwwv sw . ' ,. s,W,,,. ,U . i ,.. -. gs.-'Mug 1l Q!" 1. -Q-,gi A ,,A., ., , M... 1 - an lad -' -- -ad 3141- if Q Q- .I-1 11' "Q The physical education program contains certain phases of the over-all field of education. These phases include physical development as well as physical fitness. Such things as emotional matur- ity, social adjustment. and motor skills are also taught. II3 2 'avr' Dickerson, lsittingl, ROW 1: Mgr. Ellis, Mrs. Elkins, Mgr. McDougald. ROW 2: Parker, Cowan, Sandy, Kuehle, Davis, Seidel, Pleasant, Lanier. COACH MILDRED ELKINS X Dickerson sets ball up for spike "B" TEAM VOLLEYBALL ROW 1: Syper! Schlegel, Lewis, Stengler, Cemy, Woodruff, Butler, LaMont, Lauter. ROW 2: Alviset, Tully, Lans ford. MCDougald, Urban, Sizenback, Conlee, Nixon, Sandy. C. Stewart, Lindsay. ROW 3: Chaddock, Jones, L. Stew art, Hample, Sciba. Schultze, Roeh. Dickerson showing fine net play. 5 5 3 1 1 i 'N X J + M 4 , Th- ,, fm- v 4 41 I flu J" way, Tag:- ffwf 0 W 54 3" is - "UW Sophomore Representatives "Attention all students! There will be a Student Council meeting in the cafeteria third period todayfi This common announcement means little to most students, but to those participating in student govern- ment it is the forerunner of an hour spent in the creation of a working relationship between the student body and the faculty. This vital function of a well- rounded school program includes the sponsorship of many school activities including elections, the Homecoming Bonfire, and Bermuda Day. 533 1. o 4, eiLr,r,,,ii Studen CRUC Senior Representatives llaziai lik NL 5 L. to R.: Carol Shaffer, Sr. Rep.g Tyann Stelzer, Treasurerg Betsy Williams, Vice-President: Bill Cruce, Presidentg Mrs. Annice Eccles, Sponsorg Nancy Monday, Secretary: Reggie Grob, Jr. Rep.g John Storms, Soph. Rep. I I8 1 i ll Bill Cruce, Presidentg Mrs. An- nice Eccles, Sponsor. MEMBERS SUPPQRT SCHOGL SPIRIT What is school spirit? This and other questions pertaining to good sportsman- ship are discussed at the three annual meetings of the District 12-AAAA Good Sportsmanship League. Pictured left to right are Spring Branch representatives Sue Cole, Joyce Fuller, John Craig, and Mr. Jack Lynch, sponsor. Pre-game ceremonies with district rivals offer the delegates a chance to meet and exchange tokens of school friendship. II9 Sf! N atiomzl H onor Society MEMBERSHIP SIGNIFIES OUTSTANDING CHARACTER AND ABILITY I .... T 1--Q. Citizenship, scholarship, leadership, and service are the personal qualities necessary for admittance in the National Honor Society. The faculty selects 15? of the senior class and 10? of the junior class each year for membership. ln the spring the mem- bers are initiated in a formal candlelight cere- TODD mony which leaves a last- ing impression with each one. ln schools throughout the nation the National Honor Society signifies excellence in character and ability. MRS. LUCILE Sponsor L. to R.: Sec. Anne Lassiterl Pres. Bill Henry: Treas. .ludy Lanierg Vice-Pres. Howard Martin. MISS ANN WOOD Sponsor - 1:- M 1- f' 473' ! ka - L . A 5 vi A X K ki A I... to R.: Pres. Nelson Buinesg Parli., Howard Marlin: Vice-Pres., Jerry Arm-tt: Tn-as., John Craigg Report., Reggie Crnhg Sucre., Mikp Power. Key Club SERVICE IS THEIR PURPOSE r l r MR. WILLIAM CRAMER Sponsor Service is the theme of the Spring Branch Key Cluh. The cluh sponsored many little known projects sur-h as senfl- ing teachers hirthclay varfls, raising: the school flags. and cleaning: the trophy cabinets. Sponsored hy the Spring: Branch Kiwanis Club, the Key Cluh operates on an interna- tional hasis. National Forensic League SQUAD CHALK UP 752 PTS L to R Betsy Williams President Martma Reeves Historiang Eddie Price V1cePres1dent Penny Walters Treasurerg Cathie 'sWinning Lamar's Speech Tourney was the biggest achievement of our speechsters this yearf, Mr. Rex Fleming stated. Spring Branch scored T52 points with their nearest competitor making 145. National Speech Competition is the club's main goal. but entering tournaments and encouraging forensic competition are part of their wide range of activities. V s A . I Ever' IC' TO TAKE LAMAR TOLIRNEY 'REX l"I.ENIlNC Sponwr N 1 ,af-. Z' , , , , mi .L' LJ Q5 "Zrf,,g,fL2., ' ' 3 "5 f ig. . W 4 f 5 if W' Q H tl? f 4 1 J C1 lj Q5 A x E35 E ' 4 ' X , ' A , , I ,X f M' VV 1? fav' Av , gfifhq . ,..,. , .al f',, ' Tbespizms . . ON WITH THE SHOW ,. . 1-555124 143 4 , 2 ,Q yf rf. 'Q .,..f-I f f ' if 1 , - fi Slmllxur, NIISH 4I'XliHl.XN 'l'l1 ,.n 1-spiun wfficu-rs, Barbara Brasscuux, Mau' gurvt Hulhm, Bill Bridges. V ' A sonata ff Among the most active Spring Branch clubs, the Thespians compose an important part of the speech Squad. Traveling all over Texas, drama students have led our squad to victory many times. The presentation of "The Diary of Anne Frank" in February provided a challenge to the Thespians. The seriousness and deep characterization made the annual play one of the first heavy dramas presented at our school. , , ,, I26 Future N urses MEMBERS PLAN FOR FUTURE CAREERS OFFICERS: Pres. Darnell Hammondg VP Francis Brown: Rep. and Sergeant-at-Arms Suzanne Brooksg Par. and Chaplain Helen Siv- leyg Treas. Ann Thompsong Sec. Linda Reed. Sponsor: MRS. MAURINE BENNATTE Medical Club Medicine plays an important part in the Future Nurses of America. The nurses, dressed in their crisp blue and white uniforms, traveled to Austin for the Sacred Heart College Convention in March. face, HOSPITAL VISITS SPARK MEDICAL INTEREST OFFICERS: Pres. Stcien Brown: VP Ann LLla'1l"fZ Sw. .Ie-rri Crt-ig: Treus. Ralph Peterson. Emphasizing personal and community health. members of the Medical Club have gathered many important facts about their future careers in visits to Sealy Hospital, Baylor Medical Center, and M. D. Ander- son. Often guest speakers bring talks to the members on the specific phases of medicine. Sponsor: MR. JAMES BIC-GS M raft 125 ,A X 1 f ,fi , gm I Library Club MEMBERS SERVE STUDENT BODY Q-A l Mfg' I - 'AQ' ini 4. ' I x ff ' W, K' ' , .A 74,2 f,' of I . 'Lei ,H ' , "-' H, Q-V it T fvlayz. J, , QW- , f f ,pw 45' . 1425! fwg ' ' 27 " 1 ,af fyff M ff,-1 - r ff,,f,1 V. .- ,...,1,.'4, V 4 ,f Q. " ' fa., f, if .f , ,' 'ia 4 we fr vez' 1 I 254 ff I 1, ,gf ., 1 ' ' 91, -,ff . , ,V X' 43 , . , - 1 1 ' 91 v M j J My-...Wi w i , lx 3 .. .1 ei 314377 3, 1 V M .,, A, i f JW, f ?7f I , 353 . , A!f5,!C4?Qf,V5,f,,,5 mel' , ' -ff ,N ff ff ,Q ,Z f f if V- '7Vf75??f42fQ'1f Mal is f '15 8.6 1 sr' . f 3 5, 1Umg"""""- OFFICERS: Pres. Harry Clarkg VP Carol Fitzsimmonsg Sec. Judy Silberg Reporter Cheryl English. Sponsors: MISS JON GATLIN, MRS. COULD. in 5- --..... f f-""' ' 4 i' S Service is the key word of the Library Club. Without regular meetings, the club of- fers little to the glamour seek- erg instead it is composed of students who devote their time and efforts to assisting in the library. Most of the members are regular library aids, but many work before and after school to help students in their search for knowledge. A' ,L ri l27 CSO 9 t 5 'V The culture of Germany offers a wide and interesting field to German enthusi- asts at Spring Branch. The German Club, in its second year of organization, furthers German students' interest in the language and country. The Christmas holidays found the club caroling in "ye olew native language at the homes of its members. Sponsor DON ADAMS Gewmm Club if K t"1','r FLIRTHERS INTEREST IN LANGUAGE AND COUNTRY iw ,N-,..,5. ,. 1 I 1 OFFICERS: Anne Lassi- A ter,, Presidentg Charles ' Wenck, Vice-Presidentg Susan Johnston, Secre- tary-Treasurer. X G - ' .xx : -A 2- .--mx :L :-. S XV? 'Ytliftjl-'f? 'RQ-va The Spanish Club. organized to promote interest in the Latin American, enjoys films, speeches and Latin recreation at their meetings. The Spanish Christmas pinata provided a color- ful note to the Cluhls Annual Christmas Party. Each memlver contrilwutefl a toy for the needy and the group joinefl in to climax the evening with Spanish Carols. The Spring: Banquet founrl the members tasting the spit-y foorl of South Amerie-a. Spanish Club PROMOTES UNDERSTANDING OF LATIN NEIGHBORS uf - - f MDFFICERS: President, Reggie Crohg f T Elten Stuckeyg Treasurer, ,I T Qi ',,p 1' 'gfggyf Garwoodg Program Chaimnen, 'Wa ff Gerwizwke and Beverly Wehk- 'j ,V ,gf'2,HQ 45, ,tif 'ww , , , I f I f wwf l, ,f L. 1' WWW 'V r y I v W 5,7 44 Sponsors: MRS. SHERRILL FISK, DR. EVELYN BLAIR l29 Offering an outlet for students, natural interest, the Science Club has built its foundation upon active participation. Composed of members with more than a casual interest in Science, the club sponsors trips, in- vites speakers, and carries out projects to explore the vast regions of this vital focal point. The annual trip to Wim- berly for the geological students highlighted 196O,s activities. rx - 'ya w ff 1 'i f ' it .,,, ,, 72 I ke J ' e Members Science Club PROVIDES INTEREST IN AMERICNS V1 Members and Sponsor A .Y Pres. Peter Way Vice-Pres. Mike Powers Sec. Brenda Holland Pub. Ralph Peterson .I udgcs: Bobby Herolz Norma French Mr. Kirk IN. , .. -S1551 C ' J f so I 30 sf- N-News, lssxsskr SS -1- Pres. Bill Cruce: Sec. Anne Lassiter: Reporter Anne Files: Vice-Pres. Bruce Crocker. Scientific and Philosophical Society SCIENTIFIC PROGRESS MRS. DOROTHY RAE MRS. JESS ANTHONY Sponsors 'W ieii . ' . ff 25 3 1 Guest Speaker NIR. CERRY BASSLER In its first year of organization the Scientific and Philoso- phical Society gives serious minded students an opportunity to view their opinions and beliefs on a wide variety of scholarly subjects. Various well-known authorities speaking on everything from hypnotism to contact lenses have led discussions during bi- monthly meetings. -N, ll 2.22:-I ,, 5,jyaif,f'Lf'Zjiigg:ff'z,,ff5' ' ' , svsr I A -Q firi so I3I l32 Future Teachers 0 America F.T.A. SPONSORS TEACHING SCHCLARSHIP VP Melinda Trcus. Lynn Smithg Reporter Marianne Rogersg turiun Mary Lou Swift. PICS. Jutly i'ilUl'll'l', Moong Sec. Burhuru llrasscauxg Parlianicn- BETSY WILLIAMS District Miss FTA Ncna Crosh makin f u roster in her carn- , D z. 1 puign for Stun' Vice-Pres. V e-N 4.,.-m . Q5 S 3 fi YR, . SPONSORS: Mrs. Sherrill Fisk and Mrs. X V95 Bonnie Tliurinonml. 4 S S al 1, 'V 'b rruf X .NPW n""" .t i 599 ' W gf. wt- One hundred five mem- bers participated in the Fu- ture Teachers of America activities this year. To pro- mote the teaching profession the members strive to give a 55500 scholarship to some deserving member. Red letter dates are the Nov. district convention. the annual classroom teaching at elementary schools. and the State Convention in the spring. Q w.. - rv 1'1" if ' , 1- X Y Future Homemaleers 0 America GIRLS LOOK TOWARD NEW HORIZONS FOR HOME f "Toward new horizons" is the meaningful motto of the Future Homemakers. Through the organization, the girls learn appreciation for the importance of a democratic home and active community life. A trip to the State Fair to view a FHA style show was the main Fall activity. N 2' gli 'T 'W SPONSORS: Mrs. Ruth Bailey, Mrs. Rosemary Anderson, Mrs. L ,V Hammond. i 1 1,-1 fn if 1 2-l, 5 W 9 4' - '7 a , , , A li of '26,-' Ji OFFICERS: Pros. Sur: Colcg VI' Monty .layq Sw. Susan Wayg Trcas. Martha lvcrsong R4-p. Francis Brown: l'arl. Carol K1-nn:-rlyg Songlcatlf-r JoAnn Harvy. I34 'Y""" is . K ' r X'-vw:-X ' lv - . -gw LINDA REED N www 5 ii' .- . ., - . . o ew COMMUNITY ' i" Q LLLI, "5 .ka A... .5 A u f " j Q.'-my mv' , ,, X1 f fy, f -aff: fx . f if f A, ' 'WF 1. f7f4:W,f1 V 'ff ,iffy ' Ml' , - 1' 'fwzixf an 15, ,WMV bv, ,X ,, Tw- 4: fig? 5 ,wk f, A, f U ,. ,fir f , ! f gl. 1 , f f2 ' fry -'ff 'f 45' . f f , f 'Viz-. f f 5,fzfavfimfzj,-2227 ,Q 'f j5f?5Z75 J f ,fl 7 ,ff ,. Vff 'W"'gwf,fl.g'a,ff" :ga ' fi fffbi' 5 f 79- 1 X f M 2 I ' f xf I V 7 fffffyf f A ! 'X ,f 1 v fi ' W,i'f,,v- " f '?f3fQf'W7f ' f1"3 - f ff'fw1fzfC,4 ,iff 'fvZf'fW:':fj1,v:1+f f -' ' fy ? 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IM 4 f f 1 f f " M gf! 2, ' , A 94 1 ' iff 7 ' fg ' f' is ix .vw X9 Swiili Q f ,X l35 Concert Claoifr cp e fef p c cp e se STUDENT VOICES BLENDINBEtAuTlFuL Music , I , i. , y y Qfmflf, i f I ' 2 ' y , - f ""'Hdln, From the first echo of har- mony to the dying strain of "Beautiful Saviorf, the Concert Choir has provided its audiences with the many moods of music. The moving carols of Christmas, the rollicking lyrics of "Okla- homa,', and the sonorous an- thems of Easter proved ample material for the Choir's per- formance repertoire. Sponsor: MISS COLOMA LAFFERTY 1 in ff M! 4, OFFICERS: Pres. Don Shawg V.P. Dick Marting Program Chairman Sharon Spencerg Pub- licity Chairman Jayne Alexand- erg Student Director Kathy Boomer. Christmas Concert Virginia Himes sings the Concert Choir's traditional benediction, "Beautiful Savior." l37 Q 3 P NNN Nwwxxx wx E f an Cnncvr! Choir x s I 5- gm: 'Q ,, MIM 1 W 5 391243 Q 3 ',1.' 6 4 MG f . M124 c I I 'sOkluh0mu l Members, Co-Sponsor Miss Marion Lawrence, Sponsor Mr. Haskell McClintock. C.S.U. SPEAKERS INSPIRE CLUB MEMBERS Providing spiritual inspiration. the Christian Student Union endeavors to promote Christian fellowship and devotion in the high school. Organ- ized in 1954, the club features outstanding guests to speak at their weekly Thursday morning meetings. Pres. David McC1intockg Vice-Pres. Mary Rossg Pro- gram Chairman Nancy Simmsg Sec.-Treas. Martha Rossg Soc. Chairman Ginger Hindmang Pub. Chair- man fnot shown? Sharon Jackson. Speaker DANNY WILLIAMS 'S 4, V HASKELL McCLINTOCK Sponsor C5 PNK, f , G N 57 ll ,L 'ii Mu Alpha Theta CLUB SEEKS TO PROMOTE MATH Pres. Bruce Crockerg Vice-Pres. Judy Lanier? Q60 Ann Thompsong Treas. Ginger Hindman. Sponsor MISS ANN WOOD "Navigation and Trigonometryn given by Mr. George Panfly, was one of the many brief talks to the Mu Alpha Theta Club. Membership is by invitation upon approval of high math average. Nw eethf-art Shelia Nelms Dzstrzbutive Education CLUB OPERATES SCHOOL STORE D.E.C.A. Chapter of Spring: Branch hegan their year with a gzet-acquainted barbecue. A lvreakfast at Yvestern Skies. the annual Employer-Employee Banquet and the State Convention in San Antonio completed the list of activities. The cluh is composed of Distributive Educational Students to bromote better social and business re- lations. X X X l ' V i k' i .v"x:-X Sponsor Mrs. Dorothy Miller: Pre Lxnn DeGeor e Vice Pres Ronald Aikeng Tre-as. Jane Lamb Sec Sue White Reporter Ellan Odiorne: Historian Sherron In ram 'X Q x fi? Sponsor MR. NOBLE MASTERS l42 'up w ,Www junior Historians an I MEMBERS VISIT STATE FAIR .x..f" A visit to the Dallas State Fair, highliglm-rl Ivy the f"'l- famed Ice Caparles, plus the Annual Stale Convention in Austin, rolled up the mileage to make the: jr. Historians, itinerary both entertaining anfl informative. Knowledge of history anrl to promole civic spirit. thc Jr. Historians worlcefl hours peril-cling the-ir lln-me-s for state convention. Pres. Mary Helen Sustalag Vice-Pres. Claire ,Io Elliffg Sec. Brenda Holubg Treas. Judi Stokes: Reporter Michele Caldwell. Officers and Sweetheart Diane Scoggins: Pres. Gregory Pyeg Vice-Pres. Hank Crantg Sec. Johnny Newbum: Treas. Donald Thurmann: Sentinel James Dovmey: Reporter Richard Carr. 4735 ' - f A , , , ,' i ,S 9. V ' it tr l t. 5-fav.. 54:,,M,,,i ' fx, mfw'Qg,5, Future Farmers 0 America LEARN THROUGH EXPERIMENTS ON DEMONSTRATION FARM Visiting Dallas for the State F.F.A. Day. the Future Farmers of Spring Branch completed another year in developing their interest in agriculture. Among their trips, to enter livestock contests, have been trips to Blenn College at Brenham and Texas A.S:lVl. at College Station. The Spring Branch Chapter carries out many agricultural experiments on their 33-acre demonstration farm on Katy Road. Members and Sponsor Mr. Amos Adams 1-1--3, I43 Claums SERVICE PROJECTS, SOCIAL FUNCTIONS S 53 3 f"'X AX umm, llLlfIILlIlN'I'II.LlTIiJfl1 jerry Lnvix1g,r.c:crclu1'yg IVIa11'gurcl Alvisct, prcsidcntg Ellun Ihliornc, purliumc-ntariun3 XIIIIIIIII IXIUIIII, VIi'l'-lH'f'NIfII'!lIQ Sumlru Iiucr, sc'11rvIul'y. HIGHLIGHT SENIOR GIRLS' CLUB Graduation day ends wtih the soft music and low lights of one of the most gala dances of the year. Chums. the senior girls' service club. sees to it that the graduation dance is a once in a lifetime event. Filling the school year with money-making projects such as the Twirp Dance. Bermuda Dance, and Junior-Senior Girls, Basketball Game, the club also finds time for Secret Pals, and gifts for the needy. MRS. ETHEL BRADER, Sponsor si ..l gf' MRS. PAT MAXEY, Sponsor I45 Something new in the pep rallies. yi I , 5 x A Friday morning cheer for ilu- tl-ani. 'J' ft -M Scholars NEW CLUB PROMOTES Perhaps the fastest growing and most active of new clubs at Spring Branch is the Scholars, a service organization for senior boys. Created as a parallel to the Chums, the club has promoted school spirit and sponsored fire drills through- out their first year of organization. 1 9 2 1. ROW 1: Mike Block, l'arliumcnluri.1ng lfurl Calkins, Secrcluryg .limmy jnyncs, llrcsi- dent. ROW 2: Bill Nuliors, Pulvlicilyg Ku-nm-ll: Rnsslcr, Sgt-ut-Armsg Mr. lluvill R. Walker, Sponsorg Mika' Lucas, Env-rluimm-nlg ,lolm Smith, Trcusurcr. tnnw Qmm 'xb SCHQOL SPIRIT E f", Tri-Hi-Y ORGANIZATION PRESENTS TDP BILL 4- ' X -5 Presenting the best all-around bill at the state "Youth and Governmenti' Congress the Zeta Chapter of Tri-Hi-Y in its first year of organization fills a well-earned position among school service clubs. Under the direction of the YMCA. the Tri-Yis have sponsored projects for the needy. entertained prospective members. and participated in district and state conferences. Sponsor: MRS. ALTRA HAMMON xi? Q7 I,I'1's. I'vrir11'y W.1llf'rs: YI' IIIIVIIIIILI Ilyrna-g lie-p. Norniu I'II't'IlL'll1 Scrgeallt-at-Arms .ILIYIIV .Nlexgimlt-ig Ifluuplalin Vicki- iigilflwl-II: Svc, Joyce- Sustalag Treas. Sharon XII-tin-on. I48 X XS l 5135153 .Qiii .- e T 13:51 Sponsor: FRED MCINTYRE V Agri Three Congressmen represented the newly formed Bears Hi-Y in the annual "Youth in Governmentn in Austin. Febru- ary 18-21. This annual event, sponsored by the YMCA, gives high school students a chance to participate in State government. This year the Hi-Y gave a Christmas party for orphans, sponsored several dances, and participated in the pre-legislative confer- ence at Beaumont. Hi-Y OFFICERS: Pres. Bobby Herolzg VP Peter Wayg Sec. Larry Stantong Trcu Mike Moore: Par. Mike Edgar: Sergeant-at-Arms Dunlop Fnrrcn. MEMBERS ATTEND YOUTH IN GOVERNMENT if , ,, In Yagi' 415 : ?.ig w 3 fa O Ea -V .39 'jj".lSl P Y, A6Y,f,,.fff--j'x n T' .,, ' 1 as 'I If I 'Ks Q A -ft Band WINS RECOGNITION IN CONTESTS 'YJ V , I at I ff , MLS .M ,.,., 4 Sw. Striving to promote musicianship, co-operation, and sense of responsibility, the Spring Branch High School Band enters into a large number of com- petitive events throughout the year. Outstanding performances in Interscholastic League Contest and the Corpus Christi Buccaneer Days added to the growing list of musical achievements of this or- ganization. Janet Judi Carolyn Joyce Allen Stokes Thompson Richards . THROUGHOUT YEAR , K ,543 . ,N N' 2 1 U, M TXNVIIIX-UN!! nu-lnlu-rf W-rv sf-lm-lwl lu play in thu- .Ml- Ui-trifl Rllllfll nim- in lln- MI-R1-yimmzll Band: llllfl four ill thu- All-SIHIQ' Hunfl. Duff lu thf- yrmxing: intm-rcNt aml purliviputimm in musiv. tu-I l1amlSf-llw Sylnphmlis' and f:lHH'l'l't' wen' furnlccl. xv-rkinp Ingvlllm' as il singlv unit for Illllfl'l'1illgL Imr- fwrnmrxrw- anrl ps-rfurlning SClJlll'lil1'lf' :luring 4-wwe-1'l N0-zxsurn. Candy Lynda Martha Sharon Bully Pug Wcathers Chunmbffrs Luther Jackson Quunlock Biggg 'RL v fog A T, mg Q The Symphonic Band D! A' Novak Concert Band Director GERALD CLANTON Symphonic Band Director . WADE POGUE ,Q ,,Q, A algo- , ,. :-2:5 .v. NN X x F Fx X x XY O x 5 xx Q , P T PAT ASTON Drum Major Rogers Holt Charles 'fur-kc-r Carol Shaffer Bula Pringle- Lrnuisc Brmvning: jimmy Cuffman " 'O'- Q 429 f rf, I , r ' . 'KR ,N E' 'W Q Q H . 4, ,Q sf , En Mv..-,-,W m iq taa aww W 5 5 9 F5 A fi fy N W EQ U Fe Eff? E .fiy s 1 wg 2, 'E i Bruin Brigade N I GIRLS ENTERTAIN WITH COLORFUL PERFQRMANCES 'QW Q x 1 EXECUTIVE OFF IC- ERS: President, Joyce Fullerg Vice-President, Betsy Williamsg Secre- N' ' tary, J o y c e Sustalag Treasurer, Margaret A1- visetg Reporter, Barbara Brasseaux. 1 . ,-ag, ,. A Q l ff 'W f .1 .x .t er, 2 09 wx 6' fi' .JH ,AKW an ,.f- g " ,hfify 6 cf and routines pay off in the and perfected half time shows Bribade produces dunno the any hours of practice on drills, 1 'rr ' 0' eason. 1 their eleventh year the Brig- or anlzations sponsorm parties. Football Banquet, g Formal. The drill team also the Huntsville yearly and in the Salt Grass Trail. Jecome one of the most active S g . . . g e . 1 jean Ashmum . Mildred Elkins Company A Captain: Barbara Brasseaux Company B Captain: Nancy Monday Winner of Company Award f fc it Company C Captain: Joyce Sustala MILITARY OFFICERS: J. Ashmgm, K. Dixon, J. Fuller, K. Rose, J. Sustala, J. Loving, P. White, T. Nichols, N. Kuehle, M. Rogers, L. Smith, J. Floeter, N. Monday, B. Williams, N. John- son, B. Brasseaux, S. Pyle, A. Jacoby, J. Spillane, T. Powell, J. Howe, N. Raycraft. Q'-Y I -'N' ' .' Captain: F45 x J A an X i K aj' l r ' ' , A Drums K 'TA A wi, K Trudy Moore Q-tu? ,ff ,.4..1, V .mu I A - ' f,. 1 ff . . fi. iii ' e J 'W f'Wf'f'V S Q ' ' , if 5' I 4 , ..... ' ,Wi , ' H. ,' 5, . ' .. 1 , . A ,. Ideal Pep Squad Cir! NANCY MONDAY ,llajorelless Head Twirler: JOYCE FULLER ,, , , . .., f - k f L, A -V ,. V an - M, ., ,fe I .pn- Cliff" .fn Q' ' Q v l , frvfsjf FLAG BEARERS-fLeft to Rightl: A. Jacoby, J. Spil- J lane, N. Raycraft, S. Pyle, J. Howe, T. Powell, S. Way. mm ' x 1 Bear Facts THOSE WHO LOSE WINKS OVER PRINTERS INK if 1 .fit- 2 if l l 1 mf W 'Ubin FALL STAFF: Editor Jo B-th Janke, As oc. Ed. B b B k , S . Ed. C' d G d S Ed ' ' Club Ed. Carol Rotbrum, Exhhange Ed. Mimty Jay, Cir.aTffTgr.aIIEaffhy Iiicon, Busf ltfIi:i'Iflvjf'1cioGi'egf1Jf,yifS i Gary Smclalr Every two weeks The Bear Facts returns from the printers to be distributed to the student body. the major- ity of whom have no idea what it takes to get that paper in their hands. The reporters receive their as- signments, gather the facts, and write their stories. The stories are then copy read, headed and sent to the printer. At the printer the linotype man types the stories, they are proof read, the pages are made up. and finally the paper is printed. The Bear Facts is entirely written and edited by two classes of journalism stu- dents who. not only publish the paper, but learn the vari- ous skills and techniques of the journalism profession. 5, Q Aka SPRING STAFF: Editor Ann Jacoby, Assoc. Ed. Jane Howe, Soc. Ed. Cindy Greenwood, Sports Ed. Jimmy Carey, Club Ed. Monty Jay, Ex- Ehangc Ed. Jenny Record, Cir. Mgr. Kathy Dixon, Bus. Mgr. Marilyn regory. SINlIlNlll.' MRS. Illl.l,lli W'l5l'l NUI' If-nlpl-'tw nl-rk .nt tllc prin wg . Rcporu-rs work on stories. vm, 1 r X 5, Making up thc front page. - A A.. . I ,.,. I - . i W I -W Z I W M .S -QA ' V N ' ' 11 1 ,, . 1 t 8 6 2 in - Ig :V . 4 - xl - I dry . 5 y in 5157 A JV: .Lu :X .F Q-5' ' 1 3 5 M. . fr J I .V 3 r , ' , epfvrterg crilivin: thu: finifhcd prfvdur,-I. H W .f " W M 1 K J . 'YW' Rf portnru ,' V I1 441 4nW,.,h Wan ' E I 1: 'Q Y, ,If V gy! 11 5'-Q-1' ,fx ', , Sponsor: --will' A MRS. BILLIE WISE Editor: ELIZABETH FILES Bruin MANY TOIL TO PRESENT ACCURATE PICTURE OF SCHOOL LIFE J Sl 5 WMV '57 I , Eff ,K il A 3' 4 ElJI'1'OIiIAI, STAFF, TOP ROW: Nlmlsy I,indr+ay, Sandra Hr-in. Susan Pyle, Judy Lowery, Jane Howe, Audccn Eulun. BO'l"l'0fNI ROW Ellun Uclirvrnv, Eluinv Lfsxirlgklnn, NIir'l1vlw' ffuldvvcll, Sunny CIIIIIINTITY, Charlotte Sullins, Judy Strikes, Shcrry Wnlff. m Working two 'nights a week regu- larly all year, the members of the annual staff have sought to present a clear and interesting picture of school life. Fifty students volunteered their time and special talents in putting out this year's Bruin. Many of these stu- dents worked on the different sections of the annual, some helped write and produce the Ehghdl Annual produo tion of Beauty and Brawn, and others specialized in art work and photog- raphy. 1 '-LN ,A , K ' 'if 5 1,5 5355 i "" - t it i e I Pu Photographers Staff Members it SN i r Z , , I ., ? fi ,,,,G, ! 077, , Staff Members H !f3,'1f1Vr 'Um N Yi 2 'W -N' Q Vhiigvbz X ,553 w J' 'f ex gf My , -X U ........ i f 1 1 g 1 1--f Ml' I I : ".' 1 5 , 4 w ,i i a 1 4' ,,p..,,44:4,L f .rv ls r' a M I A ' ' ' I I , ,w I .fy gs.: . U Q3 Z f UifA f ,,'.,g,..,.,' K 5 , 2' Q,,:"', z ' fu. '.-M. .+?ig"35ZL.f:1 " -,J , .. . . lr: K ' .4 we fzwgfigfimtsr . ,,.A A, fr if -' . . . through ejforts and talents ofthe individual in respective CLASSES I63 V S l 29"- -Y-,- ...-5 so ., ,. nil S ffl! d S S lg ,'7' ,,, ' ' X me '.., : ' r3f" 5 .. 4 , ,, 9 OFFICERS Pres. v.,w .. ...A., . L ynard Vice-Pres. .7 . 7 H ... Laffy See. . ... J oyce Treas. ,,,. .----"""f - .Pat SENIOR CLASS Within new surroundings, an integrpl part ot the senior's life is soon to materialize -that of preparing for the future. Even though planning for college is foremost in their minds, our upperclassmen always find time to enjoy the lighter side of life. prin Branch .N -W it J 1--ur 4 3? Anderson, Lynn Anderson, Nancy Anderson, Robert ik ,N- Allcorn, Danny Alldredge, Eddie Allely, Susan Allen, Joan Allen, Mike Althaus, Laura halls Abbott, Al Ahl, Deanna Aiken, Ronald Alexander, Jayne "iw, 415 L Alviset, Margaret Ammons, Arthur Anderson, Janine .3 "There we were 1n the thlrd quarter Ashmun, Jean Aston, Pat Atkinson, Sharon Babineaux, Wayne Baer, Sandy Bames Nelson Baldwln Johnny Bammel, Rosemarle Barfuss, Bonme 'QT' l g A 1 ,fn ,,..-0 JM eff Barker. David Barksdale. Gerry Bass. Ray Bassett, Tommy Bassler, John no more may find . .. fi QR L Baxter. Pat Becan, Louise Becker, Rick Banda, Butch 1' A Il .qu 1 Berger, Lucille Berry, Lee Battle, Marie Bauer, Dorothy Bauer, Patricia Baumgarten, Freddie 'x ""'17 I67 ma, Brooks, .lainie Brooks, Judy Brooks, Suzanne Brown, David Booth. Jeff Bolton, Margaret Boomer, Kathy Boorman, Skipper Boswell, Barbara Bourke, Linda Brasseaux, Barbara Bright, Bob Briggs, Leslie JUV Muayv' Berry, Marlene Blake, Kathy Block, Mike MW Q 'R' 'Vw i 3 , no NI- A,.av HQ 46 Q Brown, Frances Brown, Gwen The loyal spirit and willing mind.. .. l Burroughs, Vicki Bybee, Hal ab' Q", Bruess. Val Bruner. Mike "4 Buchannan, David Buhler, Herman Burdick. John Burns, Nelda Brown, Joanna Brown, Steve Brown, Wayne Browning, Louise ff Z . Skull session I69 Carlisle, Ben Carr, Richard Carrick, Sandra Carter, Kent ff ffl. .. A EM. 5 Patiencfl Bu 0 afzcaxs run on tlmf' 170 Cezeauv Nally Cholce Bull Clalk Buddy Clark Denny COND, Lynn 9 The emors of 60 Cochran, Donald Coffman, Jimmy Cole, Sue Cooley, Betty .4-4? l7l 'gf l .'-3:-wif,-:92 f ' V :,.- 5 17. ' If , if -f-34.2 -- 7 . 110125, . 1 'ff 3 ' , G2 ' I if aww., ' f 726' ff ,W f W ,7 11 W ff f ffnywjf , 4 giiwif' 4 fag, M, , f 1 if 2325! ' ' 4 f 4 012' f A 1, f I A 5 Mffxif f' ff fy f 9 f I J 1 fs , Xl! f I C Fourscore and five civics classes ago . . . Creech, David Crim, Charles Crocker, Bruce ..g r ,,.,, - , f, V -1 Craig, Allan Crain, Paula ,XX Awvlip. 'Vt ,Aqua www-Y Croom, Archie Cruce, Bill Cummings, J. C. Cummins, Sunny Cunningham, Glenda Cunningham, Nelwyn Curl, Chris 'M' ang fvvh, fmvf' Curry, James Daniels, Patty hcwe displayed 19' '27 ,., .fu Easton, Brian Ecabert, Barbara Eckhardt, Don Dial, Barbara Dickerson. Annie Dockens, Barbara Douglas, Fran Drews, Pat Duesterberg, Mary Dunaway, Jane Dussler, Bob East, limmie emi - Elliff, Claire Erath, Louise Erwin, Erik Euton, Audeen Evans, Don Evans, Nancy Fannin. LaVerne Farra, Pat -A Farrack, Elna ""w"w Farren, Dunlop Faught, Carl Feland, Beverly Ferguson, Mary Femiier, Bob Ferrell, Sandy It -JP X40 Fisk- Bill Fitxilit'I', im, J Fivfff. Unit 4 Files, Elimlit-tli ,lf 1 If A Finlayson, Keith Fitch, B4-,b The six semesters V,s. Q, V ' .-Q A6 "r A Fiwfflrfr. Judy' , , - Foley. Charlotte 4-" V rl' Fnliii. Eddie ' I 'ff Fwrd. Dannv F , X Forsyth, Sandra Foulds, Linda 54... t Brain waves that "Co Like Sixty!" l75 I W? ,AV I76 Franke, Durwood Freile, Bonnie RFE-15, Billy French, Norma Friery, Wanda Fuller. .loyce Q aan 'Wim , I Fowler, Ronald Franco, Faye Frank, Bill OW ,wx F Galbreath, Pat Ceaslin, JoAnn Gennusa, Peggy "'I pledge allegiance ff- X l 15 Censler, Glen Gibson, Maury they have stayed. -J X nd Gulbrandsen, Gary Gumney, Ruth Ann Hackler,- Pat Goff. Margie Gough. John Graf. Otis Grant, Hank Gray, Judy G rm-ciivvm rd, Cindy Gregory, Harry Gregory. Marilyn Greig, Geraldine Gilbert, Deanna Glaske. Anne Glaze, Virginia Godwin, Charlene 'OX , V, s ,, . ' Er WM .I 'rw Hall, Nancy Hammond, Darnell Q01 "Now here's my theory on . . . Happel, Jimmy Harbison, Dale Win Harmon, Mike Q5 Hart, Teddy Hartoon, Herman lf'- Hayden, Brenda Hvad. Chaflfllw Ht'I1dCfSOI1, Sieve Hendrickson, Doug HCIIFY, Bill ti ,Q J -,H yi' Q 5 1 A l-.. Hnnn LIOTIH Hmnn ,lun Hen ke lauett: 1 1 hlvlmy He-rzug. Ill Tins em s staff now salutes . .. Ilighfill. Ann Highmrte. Jerry Himes. Virginia Hinvhman. Sally I79 Johnson, Charles Johnson, Johnny Johnson, Nancy Jones. Carlton J 4 A Iverson, Martha Jackson, Edward Jackson. Joe Jacoby, Ann Janke, Jo Beth Jay, Monty Jaynes, Jimmy Jenkins. Jaye Jessee, Dick -I gvf' nd wav, Q78 vert 5.4-'17 Hudson, Cherry Hughes, Nancy Hunt, Carole 491 www Kaincr. Wayne Kay. Sherry .----'Q Each student that --q. -su .QV '26 AC' 12 5 Kefys. Pat Kirsch. Mike Kmlx. Bill Knoll, Gwen I.aFm', We-nlic-ll Lamb. janv Keller. Lea Keng, Charles Kent, Frances Kershner, Susan Once more, the Big Blue heads for the gridiron. I8I LaMont. David Lam-X. Yr-ste-r Lanier. Judy Lassiter, Anne Lauterbacll. Judy K ia X Lawrence, bara x .Q x I.,Cigh, Lewig, Jay Vixarimls Vicks Lewis. Lynette Limlgay. Nlwlfy Lockhart. Sara Lvflin. Tommy Lopeman. Judy 'Y 5 L 4 L L l -- .WML 4,4 Loxing- Jerry LUWP. David Lnwvvry, Billy' Lnwry, Judy LUCHS. Mike W1 'v Mr Clintock. David Mcflune, Glenda Mcflunff, Sandra Slcllougald, Hewlett does constitute Lungfmrd, Bill LyuIlS, Jerry xICAd8.II19. Robert McCain, Mike Q Mclntyre, Bob McKnight, Pancho 'Wi 1' l83 fn P "K lf' 'fi ov 5 -"L" ..-' . nn 2 .. III... -----' gs1ssl""E an was I uc one usl::::::f use .1 nun nun ..."' 414. You otta watch thoae real estate salesmen' McMurry, Wesley McWilliams, Lynn Mabry, Mike Made-n, Donald Mader, Don Major, .ludy '7 I? i Moore, Trudy Morehead, Jimmy Moreland, Larry Q Q The class that worked ...af 1- Mersiovsky, Gloria Miller, Neil Minturn. Theo Mitscllkc. Nelda Monday, Nancy Montgomery, Betty Moon, Melinda Moore, Gerald Moore, Mike Meehan, Wanda Megginson, Jack Me-ken, .loan Melton, Bobby Murphy. Ginger Myers, Bruce Myers, ,loan Nabors. Bill 50' -no, tmp Morgan. 1.1-Un Mnritz. llurnlil ,-.qv Morley. Nan Morris, Bill Hnrris. Margaret Ilurphree, Susie Neel. Sondra Nelsnn, Erick Nelsun, Marllla Newburn, johnny Newell Franceg l L W. V lm 4 ll 4 Ill In Nwrthrllp, 1 mth fel vent P1 Lcle . . . Nygren. Hub ul NyQtrum. Can Odinrnv, Ellan Ugg. Shawn Owens, Janis Patterson, Sharon Pech, Jimmy Peterson, Ralph Phillips, Norman Pilkinton, Dot Pollack, Renie Powell, Teddi Prichard, Joanne Classy Calorie counters O'Neill, Erin O'Neill, John Osborne, Cathie 'sf 'sv me .Aa e M' cy' Pringle. Bob Prove-nzano, Rosemary To lead the school wif Reichert, Cenexa Rein, Sandra Reinhc-ck, Johnny C' qg-vi' -oi 4-If .-sp, 'Z' l'yle', Susan l,lllt'lDt', Caroline Que-en. Dana Ray. llun Kewl. l,lI'lll.l Rr-Q-l. Rwvlldlll Rc-cu-s. Martina Rc-gitz. Diam- Rvhmf, Mildred M'-. TWH- Prynr, George Pulley. LaVerne Pustejovsky, Lois Pye. Gregory r 5 Rcinke, Robert Rentz. Buddy Bruno juins a Friday morning pep rally. Rich, George Richards, Joyce- "' Richey, Kay f"" Ricks, Karen Robertson, Barbara ll ms! Rrnbiwhaw, Paul RHgl4'l'w. Nlariunnc Rusciificld, liliurles Russ, Bob Rossler, Kenneth WOO ,1 l 1 gy 3 13-'I 'M R hr . C . . . . . Ot um aml RU"H'11'- lldnnl Huswll. lun Salatlliel, Bill Sandy, Barbara in 1: ,, ,EiJ,1,,,5-Yah, , Nw f-ll. Nathan bhaffe-r. Carwl Shamblin, Marilyn Shaw. Donald fi A 'tsl' She-pler, Alandra Shffrrousaf, Jimmy that now abides, Sawyer, June Schermer, John Schuetze, Ann Sc-hulke, Gerald I9I Soden, Judy Spang, Claudia Spillane, loan Stagno, Wayne Silber, Judy Simmons, Kathy Simmons, Martha Simons, Sylvia Sinclair. Cary Sivley, Helen Smith, Alice Smith, .lohn Smith, Lynn p-N 61 wr- 4 l Qual? Stalmach, Jane Stanton, Lariy Shields, Nelson Sidwell, Bob Siegert, Linda More outstandm than all the rest. . . Steinbach, Don Szelzer, Tyann Stevens, Thomas St. John, Ann ' in I Q 2' ,xy ff 3 45 44, I93 Swor, Don Sypert, John Telschow, Robert Thompson, Ann Sustala, Joyce Sustala, Mary F614 Swan, Steve Swearingen, Bill Swift, Mary Lou Switzer, Fred 'Q Thompson, Carolyn Thompson, Curtis Thompson, Robert Thornton, Steve Townsend Judy .-an 3 Q 4. may 15 l v-J' .417 l Tilley, Paul Tucker, Billy Turpin, Carol Traylor, Jeff I . Tritico, Joe pring Branch H igh Q. -5 Q1 Yes-5-els. Barbara Vessels, Betty 4, -.,-D af' Seniors say, "No Senior Day." Truilt, Tim Van Dyke, Diana Van Norman, Happy VC-rbois, Jimmy l95 warm day at L'Winterset." Wav wxvx' 5, UL Aeiiilxiil , 'Hmm Von Behren, Beverly Waddill. .l0hI1 Wahrenberger, John Wahrenlmerger, Sue Wallace, Cled QNX 1 :ivy Watters, Penney Way, Peter Wayland, Raymonda Weathers, Candy W8lSll, Harry Warwick, llerrall Watson, Hayden :GN v ww' 'Wk A-Q IW ,Aw- QR Welvlu, Frank WVl'lIllLlll, Dale V3 ot ln chance - the best! '7' WJ Wietkowbki. Richard Wiggins, Gerry Willluanki. Linda ,3 Wilbourn, Charlotte Wilkin-, Sharon Wentz, White, White. Wiech Karen Mary Jane Sue Jackie -4 ,..-n Wilson, Bill '7 Winkel, Francine Witharn, Earline Wood, Nancy "wow "Uh Willard, Karen Williams, Betsy Williams, Ruth , .wav ,w-my Woolley, Rhonda Worley, Eddie .pow q ,'I, V 'ff' ' M 4 ' I 19-A , .Q . A- .-., .- X of 2" f P ' I ri YQKS5 ' 'X ff-sq. ADW Wright, Carolyn Wright, Joan Yancey, John X749 'H-I 'lrifiaw-x l Q , Jw' """ X . M We W 52, W 9 4,47 W..-+L. '- Www ' ,f MM" C" . , , ,, ,,f,,3i, ' , , ' M' A I f W A . V .if , I ' 'JM - f , ng l 4 I! X f 1 f Z, if f 4 VW, ,XM ., gp W L ,. Ph fx Happy's hunting ground Yarnall, Daphne Yoder, Scottie Youdan, Don Zahm, Margaret Zimmennan, Anne 1' ' A g - -s'1l0m+Q o ' 4 ,,i.,5,4f, f , , W f W 1 ,111 9 ff, ' , " f ' '- I ', 1:Zfg,.y44 f- f . .ww f gf, Y-Y' , , , . , , ' 4. 'I 4 f"J .1,!f?71' ,,1'v. 11 ,. 'Z f 4 f 4 ,,,, ,H ,i3,5'e33'7.:"'1,4fW?W- ' ' M mieifzi-wi.f"', ' iff W ' Q I yum' 2 . :M y -W1 - w ig H ' A ' Q7 "T rw' f' A 'Eb' " feff-7' WL . " I .' ff f 4 wif' " v ,1' ,- - fp L- ,Jn 9:-f f .IU IDR CLASS Serving as a core for students spiritual development, community churches provide inspiring religious architecture for worship and fellowship. Week end hours also premit time for a wide variety of recreation. C W y . il i as dyyy"""J-5. , Bl 'Hmm C Sl HI ll KI ll' l I I ll I ll SKU llnllnu panama: alll i nuns I :nun y annul an it X J ,0 , A OFFICERS John Craig Nena Crosby Elaine Levingston Diane Scoggins Pali? Allen Raymond Angie Q .47 f 1 1 9, f , , , ffl , '24 Larry Bailey Mike Bailey Louise Abbate Sandra Ables Frances Adams Carl Addison Annette Alden Barbara Allen James Ansohn Mavis Armstrong Dennis Austerlind Bob Babic Jimmy Babich Bill Bachert Philip Bahr Tomie Bailey Elisabeth Ballew Carol Bang Allen Bammel Daren Appel! Loretta Lorina Archibeque Archibeque Bruce Baird Burke Baker Ted Balch Bert Barber Barbara Barker Paris Barrett Don Batchelor Marshall Battle .lo Lynn Blackbun Bobby Blackman Tommy Blackwell Betty Blankenship Patty Bogart E' Jimmy Baxley Terah Beale Richard Bearden Sherry Becker N John Behrman Andrew Bell 13 John Bell Skipper Belt Bobby Bentley Barbara Besher Paul Bianchi Danny Bohannon David Boise Beau Bolton Bob Boyd Carol Biering Pat Biggs SHP 12- .lohnny Bugg iq I C 45s Walter Bruner Hal Brunt .lohn Buckwald Amold Buford Sharon Brown Patty Bruder Pat Brock ,lean Brooks Carol Brown Dick Brown Tommy Brame Kenny Brauer Betty Brennan Randy Brentor Bill Bridges JU IORS Carolyn Bums Matt Burris at Joe Calvert .leanette Cameron Bobby Campbell Don Campbell Mike Butler Leo Caesar Karl Caillouet Nancy Calhoun Frankie Calvert . . . On my nose?" Bobby Chaddock ,lean Clasquin Sharon Cones ,lim Carrico DeWayne Caston Linda Caswell Kathy Cavender Judy Cerny Linda Chambers William Cleveland Randy Conlee KW l Fred Chumley Doug Coburn Penny Cook Sue Campbell Jamie Cannon Jimmy Carey Peggy Claflin Cary Coffman Maggie Cooksey Jim Chadderdon 490 Donna Mike Cohnert Collier Lewis Audie Controne Cowan Q3 my llll Gene Cowart r E John Craig Margot Crain Diane Dean Fran Dean va? - -I--J fi' Jane Crane Odie Crisler Wayne Dean Marianne Dee Tina Donahue CQ y 14' Robert Kay Cromeenes Cubbison N ena Tomma Crosby Curlee Stephen Lois Crumbley Daniel JU IORS Q Nick Davidson Alan Davis Carris Davis Richard Denison Mary DeVore Kathy Dixon John Dobmeyer -J -'V '? -A XZ, x sv Grace Davis Jan Davis Jimmy Dayle 205 Ann Doremus Robert Dorsey Herman Douglas Margaret Droemer Marian Duckworth Helen Eggleston Fran Eich George Elam Chess Elkins Linda Ellis Lelani Dulaney Keton Dunkerly Roland Dunkerly Barbara Dyal Terry Ellsworth Tera Elrod Cheryl English Carolyn Epperson 1 Ann Dyer Sharon Eaton Gerry Eckenrod Mike Edgar Buddy Edmundson Roxanne Edtmiller David Edwards Cary Edwards Ray Egan 1 k..x t s.-- X L K N N ,1 -.J . if if K il-. 6, 'awww-s-1 -+w...4,,. wx 3, SQ Q to 1 W 1 :mb af-. 'i mg .. XS., vx ,git V.-fp fs 'fr Barbara Fisher Bobby Fisher Carole Fitzsimmons Pat ,Flynn 'ax I - non . I . 'T wh, Carolyn Gaddis Arthur Evans Sandra Evola Bo Fannin Judy Farmer Tom Farver .D Carole Foster .lim Foster Robert Froelich Robert Fuqua Ronnie Gann Susan Garner ,,. Derrell Fogarty Mike Fontenot JU IDRS Dan Gessley Scharlie Gilliarn Barry Gillingwater Dianne Graf Sherry Garrett Sue Garwood Mercer Gatto Frieda George Stephen George KZ? Linda Hancock Marcia Gossett Don Diana Graves Ben Earnest Greenin, Jerry Janet Ronnie Habermacher Hall Barbara Judy Hall Hammett Gould Sam Grant Bobby Gilbert Mike Goddard Rick Goedde Gary Goodner Martha Hardy Lonnie Harper Jan Harrington JoAnn Harvey Linda Hatfield Oklahoma" or "Most Happy Fellan? 208 Gray Benton Gregory Griffith Reggie Grob 5:51 Judie Hawk Shirley Hawkins .lay Hansberry Buddy Hopper Brenda Holub Gayle Hopkins Mike Hopper Linda Howard . Jane Howe Harold Huff M. fa. Gail Hawthome Barbara Head Fred Hester Mary Hickman Betty Hilligiest Robert Hughes Laurie Hulton Katrena Humphries JU John Hunter David Hurley Craig Inabit Chester Hearn JoAnn Helms Walter Herbrig Charles Heslep IDRS Mark Inabit Sherron Ingram Cullen Irish if Robert Isbell William Isbell X f W Johnny Jackson Sharon Jackson Joan Jacobs Gloria Jenkins Margot Jerabeck Louise Jobst Betty Johns Kesler Johnson Winifred Johnson Marsha Kennedy Bill Kent Mary Kerby Jerry Kern Keith Kerschel f s . :nfl wg W7 uw mx Steve Kessler Wilma Kisro John Kline Pete Klumpp n 2 I-,. ' f f 3 '1 ' Dean Lear Clayton Lee Jimmy Lee Eunice Lehmann Elaine Levingston 1-0 'T7 Warren Lightsey Patricia Lilly Pattie Kulhanek Patsy Lakey Yvonne LaMont Sandra Law Jan Knight Myra Koehl Joe Kohlmaier Billy Koteras Nancy Kuehle JU IORS I Butch Lopez Luellen Lorehn Chuck Lorino Andy Loy Liz Lockey Jean Loewen John Loftis Beverly Longino Sandra Looney Well, hello there! Charles Maiorana J on Major Marilyn Marek Martha Luther Bobby Lynch Kay Lynch Jerry Macha J im Maddock Weslie Marks Bill Marr Pat Marshall N ,Vi f wigs? o Barbara Martin Larry Martin Sherry Martin 'J Q-'17 '-442 '47 -A ? l 'X -on ag' Y 7 1 Patty Lucas Barbara Luper Gerald Mason J udy Masters Ann Mathews Kathy Mauician Jim Maxwell Jackie May Frances Madison o-Q .--X J oan Mayfield Terry Mayo Anthony Mays Wandy McCarty Nancy Barbara -Zxf-ffj' i f ? if MCCICYY McDermott ' K A7 im Chuck Sue K McCurley McDougald ' ' I , 0, V 'a ti 5' " Billie Rollin Ruger McDuffie McKinnon MeRf,iherts Sandy Dick Smokey McKee Nlchliehael McWhorter Allen Larry George Daxid Miner McKinley fNIvQuown Meason Leslie muff J U Io Marjanna- Milligan Dan Milling 'C Trina Mitchell Margaret Mitehon Bob Mohr Donald Muuneyham Reid Melton Bill Miller Chester Miller 2I3 John Moore Patti Moore Larry Moreland Gail Morgan Vicki Morris Joe Newsome Barbara Nichols Don Nichols Tracy Nichols Judy Nixon - fr L Virginia Morris Sandra Morrow Olen Mosely Jane Mott Margie Mourot Pete Mulholland Linda Muncaster John Nance Sheila Nelms Mary Nelson ' We ,rf f ,, , U, v ,,.,'l Pam Nelson Carol Notestine Nancy Nowlin Suzanne O'Bermeier Richard Oelze Ann Neuenschwander Susan Newkirk -X .P vi' X. . X wal' at 1 David Pate Terry Patterson Merry Lou Pauly Walter Pawlik .lack Pcarv n J I k P Ji Jon Parsons Suzanne Parten Ralph Parker Jerry Parrish Delores Parsons ,lim Parsons Judy 0'Keefe Harriet Oldham James Pallan Irene Parker Linda Parker if , JU IORS KL. Linda Plambeck Rosemary Pleasant Brenda Plummer Claire Poch Glenn Perser Pat Peters .lohn Petzold Bill Phillips Walter Pickett .411 sq-nf ,lg A Q .,.. 1 5 e yy 1 .... .Y .h .mg X' 'fs n ' . ., iw.. . x 'H' 7 . . " 1 2, , f QQ Nr , xv.,-fd ,. v Wi' 1- , H .. t3ff' X I ' 1 I4 f t- F9 John Pollack Christy Pope Laura Poteet David Pouncey Buzz Powell Diana Powell Claudie Raney John Rawley Judy Ray Marlin Ray Nancy Raycraft The intellectuals, 1' Cfff' Jn e ,J Leonard Powell Mike Powers Rosemary Powers 2 2 t N3 K. Eddie Price Kathy Price Gary Prince ff' i ' ' "IMS . jg 1 f-.I Steve Rozan Laura Redman Roddy Reese Priscilla Riley John Ribble Sue Richardson Tom Richardson Pam Ricks Carol Schultz B. Seidel Mike Shahan Kathy Roeh Thomas Roper Kathy Rose Martha Ross Tix Mary Ross LCQH ' Terry James bfardlrw Schmidt Scot: Laffy Diane Janet Sfhafff Scoggins Scott Jo iBCIl1 Claudeen C, 5Cl'1lf'Se1 Scott Schroeder .an '. Qs, 3 1 ,224 H ia Y Lynn Pam 9' . Russell Sams f' .loan JoAnn Sakowitz Saner ' , "'F"'7 K 1 W ff Sandra Shank Sue Sheppard Joe Sherrod Laveta Shires Noel Shirey Preston Smith Vilette Smith Sandra Solomon Robert Sonderegger Cristine Sorgi Susan Shirley Doroth Simmank Jamie Simmons Nancy Simms Jerry Simonton Philip Simpkins 7. .H n . '. - , fic-- , . ., .,.x,,5, 5 F I 'Q Rose Spence Carol Spencer Sharon Spencer Sharon Spencer . 3,1 4- ,A Albert Sivley Andy Sloat Donna Smith Earl Smith Joyce Smith Pat Smith ,lerTy Smith KN M ' Q R ' Q 'S 5 K . X at - ' , . 5 ax or -"' - - Q 1' Lonna Stewart Larry Stinson Mike Stinson Marge Stockdale Hillis Stoker Frank Stokes if Rebecca Stevens Carolyn Stewart Eddie Stanton Larry Stanton David Stengler Ronald Stephenson JU IORS t Ellen Stuckey Kathy Stumpf Frank Sullivan Bill Sweitzer Sheila Spencer Gregg Spickard Cary Sporn .lim Sprague Hollie Stanley lacquie Stokes Gladys Stork J. M. Stovall JoAnn Stovall Carlita Stratton able hopping again. Carol Thomton Dana Tisdale Harry Turner David Thrasher Williani Todd Betty Tyrell George Taylor Larry Taylor Johnny Thames Barbara Thomas Don Thumann Dah.n Toom Terri Uvegas Alan Tate David Taylor Sandra Thurmond Bruce Trusler Jake Van Luick ,, 'xl Fran Thompson Arvin Charley Tucker Tucker Edward Ray Vasut Vaughters 1? -I Kenneth Vincent ya , f . et 1 S Donald Bruce Ylasek Yolkmann Bill Farley Voigt Wall Beverly Wehking Art Wehner Charles Wench Jack Buddl' Wigginton Wiley John CHYC Wiliford Willis ,fr Patsy Lil Wall Warden Alice Pam Waller Ware David DHWH Wamhold Watford Betty Cassie Willey Williams 3 -J mr Harry Watters Susan Way Lucille Wauson Marie Williams 1 A ' D nv ,s .,,V Sandra Webb Wylie Weeks Richard Welkins 22I Ronald Willkens Bill Winkler James Winston Cary Wintz Anne Wimberly Nyal Witham Betsy White 222 Carol White Par White Sammy White Fred Whitty Pat Whiny Leonard Wolff .31 Virgie Womack Esther Wood ,pau ,W Pete Yurgenson Sherry Wolff Marilyn Wolfram 3 Perry Wood Grace Wooldridge Carolyn Wright Steve Yancey l..,5 I X M, rr ppt, , ,f 'Cf I , ,Z 1 ff S. Q 5. VL T 'V if k H SCPHOMORE CLASS Quickly adjusting to high school life, sophomores find their spare hours filled with a wide variety of new interests. Although their social life is not as extensive as upperclassmen's, it is highlghted by occasonal country club evenings which provide striking contrast to the time and efforts spent in developing better study habits. s OFFICERS 3, 'WPG' .gf Pres. .,...,...........,,...........,,.... Ken Arnett QQ, Vice-Pres. .....................,.. Bob Greenlaw Sec. ....,........ ........ M artha McClintock Treas. ..... ....,.s...,.. T erry Tully "1 ,JU Edison Adams '. 'I - H '7 - 'C ' 1 W . Q .John Abbott Jimmy Adams -4 ' ,NO l ,. ' '43 Jolm Adams A 'J -H , L q ' ,s"" Rita Adams ,Y 1. ,A D f vt X gf- ' r 1 'ff ey on 'om Leslie Adkins m Jimmy Adkins Rex Aikman -Q Jim Albright GX: . Dianne Alexander Man Alcott Lex Alexander Kathy Alford Lon Vivian Ted Janet Cindy Allbritton Alldredge Allely Allen Alviset Q31 if-X I Shirley Becky Anne Barbara Virginia Anderson Appel! Applebaum Appleton Armstrong Barbara Edmund Katie Danny Judy Attila Arnold Ashorn Aston Atkinson Aulicik Avent X - .. SOPHOMORES sg A . 1 .1 7' Jeanne Carol Ammons Anderson 22 lf liflflfw? '7 in ' 5' N' 1 Li ix 5 Ken Ben Arnett Aming Dayle Linda Backmann Badger t gh W 0 I Q .. Wi 1, 2 1 ' H A fi fa 2 332 f Q' , 'ia 'C 4 Pat Bahr Bill Bagwell Sandy Bahm Barbara Bailey "' -D Q Dianne Bailey ima l -'ami -" M B l l it lr Q . .K Aft, Glenn Baines 6 Karen Baird 5, W.. David Baker N, I Stanley Balcerouig 'Q 1 Billy Baldridge I . SOPHOMORES Molly Baldwin Chuck Bang Jeff Barber Z' f my .. , 4 -U Na: ,,,r Q? W f. , -vagx . .'dff' , I-.ph Q-mfg f ' -' , XX 5 2 te ft J Q ,'?E?'?? , 1' E I i..l H253 .tx Kenneth Bargfeld Charnell. Barron ,lohn Barton Billy Barziza Nancy Baschnagel David Bassi Brad Batla Brenda Baxter Carol Beck Phyllis Bee Bill Bennett Joan Bennett Sharon Benthall Harold Bercaw Dorothy Berger Marla Bemstein Bobby Bibbs Craig Bickerton Raymond Biggs Frank Billing fm Stanley Blacklock Robert Blair Judy Blake Dion Bledsoe Paul Boehm Pat Bohannon John Bolton Frank Boni Susan Bonner Dee Buren Bugess Bostock Norma Boswell Sandra Bowen Linda Bracher Susan Brandstetter Herman Brantner Bill Bright Alera Brinkley Rick Britton Melvin Brooks l.in:la But-km-r Larn Buford Loretta Buhler Bivhartl Burk Sharon Burns llarolyn Bu-- flharlt-ne Butler Nval Butlvr Kenneth Cain Tnmrny flalrlwf-ll Bill Calhoun Dawifl Calkins Jim Calvin Bobbie flammer Ronnie Campbell llagreed Carlson i . A I Ronnie Brown Su-an Brown Sylxia Brown Daxirl Browning Jimmy But,-kalew Larry Carmichael Phillip Carr Shirley Carmichael George Carpenter Lynda Carr Lf, Ronny Carr LYYU1 C3-ffico Charlotte Carter Janice Chrson Clyde Caskey Evelyn Cassels Pat Castro 5-.fe 1--. soPHoMoREs Kf1lhI'YI1 Larry Marinel Rupert Stan Anita Lonnie Cll8dd0Ck Chadwell Chambers Chambers Champion Chance Chance 'W' rv-f Blaine Janet Thomas Craig Harry Ray Ronald Childers Chiles Churchwell Clark Clark Clark Claunch Cary Pam ggxrj Tom Barbara Betty Tommie Ben Larry Clayton Collins QQ Collins Colton Conlee Conlee Conner Conti ,Xl if , I Evelyn Patty Rickey Robert Steve Charles .lanet Marian Cook Cook Cook Cook Cook Cooper Coquat Corona Rodney Bobby Danelle Rita Tom Susan G3-1911 COWBI1 Cox Cox Cox Cox Crandell Cfank ,7 Peggy Ronald Shirley Bill' Edw-Hd Martha Suzie . Crisler Croom Croy LYUIUP Crump Culver Cunningham Patty Curran Don Curry Randy Dahl Brenda Daniels - ' """'N' Jim Daniels Larry Darnell Diantha Davis Dorothy Davis Ted Dahl Charles Dake Bill Damrel Sandra Curtis Frank Dagley 'ex , fx 5 yi , b 4,.-'- 1 v.-v z? . 5, 6 1 92: 12,52 I , in - ' :4 ' . 1 'Z ' cg , v- , ' 5 " V X 4' I rw 1 N-4 f . llll IHHH I ' ...W " 3 e, , ,, .,,, I t r . li V3,y0vsy.y::.':::3gMvag'r Q 45-mov 5 . ' . W 9 f' - -4? Q- I I I Q Q v '. fin' U37 4' vEfZj3El. -1 Q . "7 :PZ . r, t - Q' - fl . f I ' ' f Q. J ' ,,,. . ,Q 1 11 J' it Jw V 9' 'L 'R , , . ' ,xg Aj?-3 I ,, n 5 ., t S 'is sh, ' 1 s gy ri, .- ' 1.1, , , 'f " ' 11,30 .. 1 "" "7 .E Z- 1--' I ns' , -4: " , uf, :- ,V ,Aw . V .... my ' l if 1 f 'V .fi 4 fag? ' 'Y' ,J , Ml' 1, A ,avi nl 3 -ur' we ' f. ff- ' 'Y'-v 1 W X' " - .,,, l ' 230 Claude Duplissey Gayle Duplissey Delores Dvorak Bill Dwyer Walter Dyches ,.,-A U pd' Doug Dyer Karen Edwards Betty Elledge Billie Ellis Lynne Elmdahl Annette Emery ,lulie Emmons Nancy English Maurine Erwin Wayne Eure Bonnie Evans Dick Evans Charles Evetls Mike Ezzi Carolyn Farrock Chris Faught .,,4 ,. 'f " 1 'W 1 if 3 , fi I I 'ff' ff f A 1 X 'ff 3' 3 A Duke Davis Richard Davis Bobbie De Laney Patti Denison Larry Denton Kenneth Dickens John Dillon Robert Dillon Ray Dixon Al Dobbs Grady Dodd Glenda Dodd Mark Donoho Evelyne Doty Sally Douglas Dalys Doyle Bette Dozier Susan Drennan James Dunham Mary Dunning .., 4' Sk' V ' - Y wx? D Ken Ford Pele Forney Bryan Foster Erle Foster John Foster Darlene Fowler Steve Franklin Bob Frank .lohn Frazier Robert Free Cliff Frencis Randall Friuell Eddy Froehner Teryl Froehner Clayton Fry Bobby Gardner Baine Garrett Erin Garwick John Gay Ginny Geneser Ventia Fitch Gilei Fitzgerald Bill Folk Ronnie Felts Sherry Ferguson Bobby Fetzer Jolna Field Lois Files Ricks Findley Sharon Findley Richard Fischer Dee Fisher John Fisher SOPHOMORES ,-J'Y I-1" """' 'wha 'div ""'13' Bill Richard Melody C. A. Julia Karen Shi'-QOH MHTY JO George Gheen Gibbens Gibson Gifford Gilbert GIUJCYI G13-Z0 Faye il' if-f A Melvin Janice Freddy Cameron Bob Godejohn KR Goergenme Goggans Goodson Gorman Graham Granberry -eff ,Q 51 Connie Bob Harry Nancy Jimmy Charlotte Delores Grail! Greenlaw Greer Greer Gumney Gurrech Guthowski SOPHOMCRES MMU Y Euene Hacker Susie Hadfield John Hackethorne -Lf V Don Hainley ' V I .lohnny Hale Ronald Hall 'i , Douglas Hall , y '?!'5,iff X! K! I V "W I f Sharron Hall ' Q' Cathy Hamel ' .. "1 i Jeff Hammond Carol Hanson Robert Hancock Gary Hast Linda Hawkins Thomm Hargrave -lam' Hare Judy Harkey Martha Harrington John Hart ,J Elaine' Hatch Barbara Hatfield Barbara Haverstock -- 4 r 1 , I LV, , -vgxjq.. . - Wanda Haydel 'X .ITW vr Wr- -.41 Kay Hazelwood 'Sg:,,,l Ronny He-ad Elaine ,Ioan Paul . Shirley Linda Nancy Cathy Hebert He-dgw Helmanowskl Hempel He-nderron Henderson Henry iv - 1 fx , l Steve Hening Brant Donna Holland Holland Lynn Hewiu Jimmy Holmes I Lester Larry Tommy Cheryl Hickmann Hickson Highnote Hinchrnan Karen Nancy Lynn Carolyn Holstrom Hoover Home Horton Eugene Hogue Mike Hovis Jack Howe Johnny Hubbard Glynn Hudson Rick Hullman Robin Huntoon Derrell Hurst Vernon Huse Billy lllig Suzannah Isbel Bob Jackson 1 SOPHOMORES Carol Jackson Chuck Jackson , ,Q John Jackson '7 'W' Yi 1' 41211: "fV'V Ernest Jageler Ronnie Jahnke Jaynie Jaynes Jerry J eane Billy Jennings Sheila Jerrard Carolyn Johns Charlann Johnson Richard Johnson Russel Johnson Dolly Johs David Jordan Roy Jorgensen Curtis Kaymen James Keeney Tony Kefaufer Mary Kellogg Art Kelly Don Kennedy Carol Kennerly ,QA Paul Kerr Ricky Kessler Jimmy Keys Betty Kimes Brownie Kimes Larry Kindred Bill King Dennis King Laura King Mike Kirkham Sharon Knight Marsha Kraner Saul Krell Diann Kulhanek Wiley Kuna Ted Kurly .lerry Lair Gloria Lamb Kenneth Lamb Sarah .lane Landrum 47 R l mx . 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H 1 I Eu- Lash Liz i,asliuslKiU Phillip La-kuskie Barbara Lautcr Linda Lea Anna Bell Leaks Dunys Lf-dbh-lter Andrea Lewis .lafkifr Lewis ,lerriff Lewis Phillip Lflwie Dolores Lirfcioni Curtis Linderman Carrie Lindsay .lac Lisle Drocilla Lodge xg if Gig Langston Dianna Lan-ford ,los Larl-:in Lynne: Larsnn Paula Lar-un as 5 Carole L0fIlSS Bobby Lor1n0 Sandy Long Valerie Longe Jeff Lonquet Pin Laughrey Sharon Luck Diane Lowe Ike Lucas Dorothy Luczak can Mike McBee Kenneth MC SO PHOMCRES Barbara MCM Marlha Shirley Bob John Danny Sandra Darlene MCCliIll0Ck McCrery McCurley McDaniel McDevett McDonald McFarland ,. will Jim Gene Walter Mike Sharon Joyce Pam McGhee McGinnis Mclntyre Mclver Mclver McKen.ney McKinley Sue Tom Johnny John Bob Marilyn Patty James McNeil McNeill McRae Mackay Major Major Malone Manlove 4-'Flu Pat Louis Cathy Colleen Marian Manuel Marks Maroney Marshall Marshall Don Kathy George Charles Mason Mason Massey Mattefs Doug Martin Carolyn Mattix Jeanette Lou Ann Martin Martin Gordon Teddy Mayes Mayes Sd ini 'Q- f' nga- W nfl-sf-A va" x5 yr Marie Don Pat Vicki David Donna O. J. Melton Mentz Merritt Metzler Michalak Middlehurst Mikeska Corrine Miller 1' I Lucky Miller Judy Miner Frances Minturn M'11 Nancy 1 5 Jim Minturn Che l Mitchell Preston Moore Rollie Miller Royce Milling H-of ry f ' " , Eugene Mitchell -0 Carrie Mitchell Pat Mock -r 'T Xia' if I4 3 X 1 :fi 5 we 238 Bernice Nichols Clifford Nichols Jake Nichols Normon Nost Margie Northam gfggfie rub- 'W---A -..' ,,v-u-5 Terry Mo-ore Don Moring Dorothy Morlan Tommy Morris Larry Moser Jimmie Norton Mary O'Conner Rondra O'Neil Bobby Oakley Anne Oaks George Ogg, K1-n Oleari June Olive-r Bruce Olson Terry Omla Virginia Orts Rusty Osborne Tohi Oshman Geni Owen Orin Oxley Sharon Oyster -49' 47 in 1 ' ,. ..'4' N -Q l a f ,QA xi 32' X an x ,J V Y Beverly Mott Robert Mouton Mary Murphy Margie Murray William Murray David Myers John Nable Steve Nabors Ray Needham Rondra Neel Linda Nelius Chloe Nelson King Nelson Floyd Newton Albert Nichols Charlotte Pearson Pencie Pearson Betty Pech Bill Pederson Karen Perrish Blake Perry Ronald Peterson Tom Petronella Logan Pettit David Pfaff Nelson Philips Margaret Phillips Sue Pinkston Diane Pitkin Pat Pitkin Nita Pittman Roger Plentl Paul Poeh Ronnie Poehl Sonny Pollard Roberta Palmay Doris Palmer Bob Palmquist Becky Pamplin Della Parish ,Io Ann Parrish Neil Parrley Cecialya Parsons Lynda Patterson Patty Paul SOPHOMORES 'x X ff 1 Connie Neline Pomorski Poole Gary Mary Powers Prasek qvff' W' 'Zi' F4495 Sharon Rae W. F. Quick V. W.: b if X lx' Q - le fl' ' Sharon Pope Walter Price at an Gerry Ramback Y-fm? Charles Lonnie Loy Teddy TOUUDY Powell Powell Powell Powell Powers Sara Bill Marjorie Fritz Prove-nzang Pugh 0l13.llS Qllebe 'J' YW! xr Paul Mike Charles Randon Rascoe Reed Ratimer Reaves SQPHCMORES Ffanaedus fu' f ff Mg " 447 , 57, ff! IW X Q Regina Reed Stephen Reel Nan Reno Dorothy Repman Larry Reynolds Cindy Regier .lanet Rhodes MQWW y- .loan Rice William Rich Monte Richards Rlck Richmond Stac Richards 'N .4 nl A' .. Richard Riley .lack Robins 1 Dean Rindy Z, ' Mikela Rives Lawrence Roach 'L' Bob Roberts tilt!! ' .lerre Robins Pat Robinson Ginger Roby Janice Rodowick Bob Rodecap Connir- ROP Judy Roeh Carol Lou Don Diane Barbara Mary B'-verly .loe Ronalder Rmser Roshong Roskoph Ross Rossler ROSS-On :ij -Tim'-, " " ' ' VC -F3 'A . - - 1 U MS tl 4 iff , .9 .,,., R F .1 fs U ' 'A' - l ' , V I lil- . bf., 1 "' ' y Bob Willie Mae joe- Darrell Norma Mike Terry Rothrom Rowell Roland Runyan Rutherford Sabom Sabom Sylia Jim Nomia Richard Barbara Janie Carolyn Herbert Sada Salley Salmon Salts Samms Sandal! Sanders Sanders Q' r ax 4 . QA V . A -fqiixx Sp Kenneth Sanders Sally Sanders Von Sandifer Jonny Sands Judy Sandy Paul Saulnier Randy Savage Janice Sawyer Richard Scamell Alice Scantlin SOPHGMORE ' 1 Carol Scarborough Bill Schaefer Teddy Schiwetz K 'll"' ,lye f,.,. my J nf ,xlllim ,, fa. f ! -K ,1 4 f 3' f s 5 ' Charlotte Schmidt Sharon Schmidt Dennis Schoenfeldt Joyce Schoenke Susan Schrolder Harold Schulke Corlas Schtunan Gloria Sciba Norman Scott Skipper Scown Gene Sebastian Nina Sedusch Harry Selldin Allen Sessions Carol Sewell Kathy Shahan Peggy Shankle Philip Shedo Charles Sheffield Gail Sheffield Jerry Shelton Mary Sheppard Freddie Shields Jerry Shields Beth Shilcun Gwen Short Jack Sicola David Simms Cathy Simons . l Q , yo Leslie Simons ' ' Laura Sizenbach X Beth Skogland . . 4 72 Pat Smith 7' " 9 Bob Smitheal 11 x June Snodgrass f 1 M. N4 - J' gr Danny Snow M V ' Charles Sonderegger 1- ff- ' , Aa, Mary Sorrell f Q' ' 1 Vivian Southerland 'A Yi' Jimmy Spillane J ll . - W 'E gs x i Ri Na' Q QE ' X27 wif K-1 'C is thfglzlzl VU4, Y av ' ,f ,, J ' , '37-, f' TT if Q u ' ' A 4Lg,,iJVg3V, 4,7 J H3775 M 145, tp ,a E ' Q25 7 1 1 11 - . 1 Fi: 1. N C. ,. .N-1,1 ' 4 va m-132 Mike Stentz Janis Stevenson Jan Stewart Shelia Stewart Lois Stierling Doug Stine Johnny Stock John Storms Joyce Streit Bill Suft Martha Sullins Mike Swann Steve Swann Joyce Sypret Judy Talley Bob Taylor ' 4 Sharon Spivey Donald Springer Sherry Stapelton Pete St.a.rratt Donna Stengler , '1 iK'.:'.. i W' I 17 f Q 4 1 E-:f:'f"5:'3,q-11: 243 , '- X Arther Terry A -K ' Lmda Thomas . " ' 4 X ., if 3,9 X Y Q , ,Y -V M :C L5 'F fig: If gg Q " x -' , eff x K., qc , E 2 Q Q gig? ' Q fi ' , . 6 ,. 1 ,X , . wig, 1 ,541 1'3. L':i' -'1 ff,-we '- e .l 4..,,A QQ-4 X 9 fig 'Z f' 5" 1 s 4 T Q1 , ' A Q5 3 Q "Wav Ve as .4-, , Terry Thomas Timothy Thomasson Kay Thompson ef,-wg, J immy Shryll Thomas Thompson Bobby Thweatf Betty Thunnann SOPHGMORES La.rry Tinney J une Aline Charles Tolbert Toman Toole Tierney Tillman 1 I , X , X - 4- ,, Q , . , '-U : 1 4 -'wr -, T 12,4 1 , "1 2' , I, vi? 4Q"" Albert Ryamie Townsend Treadway Richard Sandra Tumer Turnei .. A '2- xx'-'y,,, fu "7 ' " .'f',i7' .-"Q if . ., fghzvgf i' 9 -f", . f 00" . vm , J X 7, . , Rick Trimble Pauline Tyer 4, U fig?Z'f'fQ,3f?Z22Q 4, . 4 7 , , , '.'.2 if T TV? Roy Lmda Terry Julie Truit Tsiang Tullv Turkevlch Rick Elise Mary Michel Ulhorn Urban Urban Uzzl ..,. I. Brenda Taylor Mike Taylor ROY Thvmae Oh-U Doftha Judy Carol Alan Raymond Mlke JSSSOC V811 A-l5fYIle Vim ETP Vansay Van Wagner Van Wambeck Varner Venables Vidal DCIIIHS Steve Ken Jim Johnny Car L1IlCl2l Virgadamo Waddill Wahrenberger Walker Walker Wallace Wallace 6-:alll l Z , 1 X ur' 1 J Robert Judy Larry Lee Jane Jo Ann Dallas Walsh Walzel Ward Ward Warrenburgh Watson Wauson Winston Webb Sandra Webb Claude Webster Ruth Weems Sudy Wentz Marl Weimer Gerald Wensel Doris Wents Jody Werner Jimmy Westmoreland Odell Wheelus Tom Whelan David White Jean White Sophia Willis Tim Willis Elaine Wimberly Bob Wimmer Victor Winkelman Billy Winkelmann Mike Winterhalter Lana Wood Cathie Woodruff Ray Woolrich Cathrine Woolsey Nevil Wyatt Louise Yates Karen White Kenny Wiech Particia Wiechmann Roberta Wiednmeyer Carroll Wetkoswki Andy Wilcoxen Mary Wilcoxin Jenny Wilkerson Grady Wilks 'TIL' Andrea Willbanks Clint Williams Daisy Williams Ted Williams Jerry Williamwn Lucille Yates Elaine York Anne Young Edward Zibilski Larry Zimmer 'N' ,ix ,on-'N ""L....- S t 5 'i ' m I!! . gh, X11 X 5 f x J , Xxx XX ,477 X XX 4 2 Wm 3 I X M 2 , xx H T' f 'sl an M1 Jw- ff .a,, 1 , ,ff 4., .4 Q .W - f f ,jgz",5w. V - v'."1Jff'bk'37, f , My . . . 4' ,f:, , V VF, 1' fv 9:4 40 I . -1 lil Index AL'S FORMAL WEAR BAIRD LUMBER COMPANY BENJAMIN'S MEN'S SHOP BIERSCHWALE CONSTRUCTION COMPANY BILAO'S DEPARTMENT STORE BINGLE FOOD MARKET BLACKSHEAR CLEANERS CAGE, FAUGHT 81 KELLY CASUAL CORNER DEE'S PHARMACY FOOD STOP, INC. FUN, INC. G. 81 H. UTOTUM . GINGER'S BEAUTY SALON GOLDSBY HUMBLE SERVICE GORMAN COMMUNITY CLEANERS HANK HAMEL INSURANCE COMPANY JOHN HANCOCK INSURANCE HASTING'S 81 COMPANY HOLIDAY CLEANERS LEDBETTER'S FOOD MARKET LONG POINT CONOCO LOYD'S VARIETY LUCILLE'S DRESS SHOP LURTY ROGER'S DRESS SHOP McKENNEY'S JEWELRY DON McMILLIAN SERVICE CENTER DICK MURPHY SERVICE OSHMAN'S SPORTING GOODS COMPANY PALAIS ROYAL PARKER MUSIC COMPANY MORRIS PATTERSON COMPANY PEPSI-COLA ROBBIE'S RECORD SHOP SCOGGINS 81 KAY S. 81 S. SUPER MARKET STAHLMAN LUMBER COMPANY SPRING BRANCH BOWLING CENTER SPRING BRANCH FLOOR COVERING COMPANY SPRING BRANCH MINIMAX SPRING BRANCH IMPORTED MOTORS SPRING BRANCH SAVINGS 8: LOAN ASSOCIATION SPRING BRANCH STATE BANK THOMASON BROTHERS JEWELRY WALKER'S SHOES MEL WHITE HUMBLE SERVICE WRIGHT'S KAY-TEE FLORIST PAGE 260 253 256 255 252 257 258 254 255 260 258 258 252 252 256 25I 259 259 253 253 255 256 254 257 255 256 253 26I 260 257 26I 25I 258 258 257 258 257 26I 255 252 254 258 260 260 256 256 HASTINGS 81 COMPANY BROKERS . . . O Real Es'I'a+e O Mortgage Loans O Insurance 57I7 KIRBY DRIVE JA-6-3I33 GOLDSBY HUMBLE SERVICE STATION Kaly a+ Piney Poin+ HOUSTON, TEXAS CCW9 LAI - Epyro J, Be sociable. 1 have a Pepsi -4 :ff U The Ih I refreshment May you enjoy success at all times. And enjoy Pepsi-Cola at any time . . . today's lighter Pepsi, the refreshment that active sociable people prefer. 7 Z I BILAO'S DEPARTMENT STORE NATIONALLY ADVERTISED MERCHANDISE Clofhes for +he Enfire Family Shoes for Everyone Sporfswear for All 89I7 KATY RD. HO-5-I I6I "In +he Hear+ of Spring Branch" DUGAN'S DRUGS PRESCRIPTIONS CAMERA DEPARTMENT COSMETICS 8358 Long Poin+ - Fas+ Free Delivery SCOGGINS 81 KAY LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S APPAREL "Exclusive bul' noi Expensive" 87I8 LONG POINT RD. HO-5-6092 SPRING BRANCH IMPORTED MOTORS Aufhorizecl Dealer RENAULT 'I'-'I' PEUGEOT Paris and Service 82I0 LONG POINT RD. HO-8-322I G 81 H U'TOTEM IO407 Shadow Oaks HO-5-5828 FUN, INC. Your Neighborhood Toy HeacIquar+ers 873I Kaiy Rd. Ho-5-5757 BAIRD LUMBER COMPANY See Us for All Kinds of Ma+erials HUMBLE ROOFING HARDWARE SERVICE S-I-A-I-ION SIDING PANELING PAINT MILLWORK Phone OV'6"85' PLYWOOD WINDOWS Wirr Road a+ Wesfview HINGES DOORS "We inviie all small ordersw 9039 Kafy Rd. 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Pm .ie .ff -'f - I - if I,-1' 1 Q V I ... i ma. f 3 K I "Harm" Dempsey 4'-FEV' ABBOTT, AL Football 57 Varsity Football 58-59 AHL, DEANNA NFL 57 Chums 59 Tri-Hi-Y 59 CSU 57 DE Club 59 AIKEN, RONALD Varsity Baseball 57-58 Varsity Football 58 DE Club V-Pres. 59 ALEXANDER, JAYNE Beauty and Brawn 59 Bruin Brigade 57 Best Dressed 57-58 Choir 57-59 Chums 59 ALLDREDGE, EDDIE Football 57-58 Track 57-58 Scholars 59 ALLELY, SUSAN Bruin Staff 59 Tri-Hi-Y 59 Bear Facts 59 FTA 58 Jr. Historians ALLEN, JOAN Student Council 58 Choir 57-59 Bruin Staff 57-59 Chums 59 Tri-Hi-Y 59 ALTHAUS, LAURA FHA 57-59 ALVISET, MARGARET Bruin Brigade Treas. 59 Volleyball 57-59 Chums President 59 Beauty and Brawn 59 FTA 58-59 AMMONS, ARTHUR Student Council 57 SENIOR I DEX " ANDERSON, JANINE Chums 59 FHA 58-59 ANDERSON, NANCY Bruin Brigade 57-59 FTA 57-59 Latin Club 57-58 Mu Alpha Theta 59 Chums 59 ANDERSON, ROBERT Varsity Football 59 ANHAISER, MARY Bruin Brigade 57 FTA 57-58 Chums 59 Jr. Historians 59 FHA 58 ANTON, DIANE Chums 59 English Award 57 National Honor Society 59 Student Council 57 Choir 57-58 ARNETT, JERRY Math Award 58-59 Key Club V-Pres. 59 Student Council 57-59 Mu Alpha Theta 59 Jr. Varsity 58 Scholars 59 ASHMUN, JEAN Bruin Brigade 57-59 Drum Major 59 Chums Sgt-at-Arms 59 National Honor Society 59 Mu Alpha Theta 59 Student Council 58 ASTON, PAT Band Drlun Major 58-59 Band Award 59 Mu Alpha Theta 59 National Honor Society 59 Sr. Class Treasurer 59 Latin Club President 58 ATKINSON, SHARON NFL .57 A Choir 57-59 Jr. Historians 58 Tri-Hi-Y 59 National Honor Society 59 Chums 59 Mu Alpha Theta 59 FTA 59 BAER, SANDY Chums Secretary 59 Choir 58-59 FHA 58 Student Council 58 BAINES, NELSON Key Club President 59 National Honor Society 59 Mu Alpha Theta 59 Latin Award 58 BALDWIN, JOHNNY Scholars 59 Key Club 59 BAMMEL, ROSEMARIE Choir 58-59 FNA Secretary 57-59 Chums 59 CSU 57-58 Mad Medics 57-58 BARFUSS, BONNIE CSU Sec.-Treas. 57 Student Council 57-58 Jr. Historians 57 Thespians 59 Bruin Staff 59 BARKER, DAVID Band 57-59 BARKSDALE, GERRY Band 57-59 National Honor Society 59 Mu Alpha Theta 59 SAPS 59 Bruin Staff 59 BASSETT, TOMMY DE Club 58-59 FFA 57 BASSLER, JOHN National Honor Society 59 Mu Alpha Theta 59 English Award 58 Math Award 58 SAPS 59 National Merit Finalist 59 BATTLE, MARIE JO National Honor Society 59 Chums 59 FTA 57-59 Jr. Historians 59 Mu Alpha Theta 59 - - SENIOR I DEX BAUER, MILLIE Thespians 59 BECAN, LOUISE Bruin Brigade 57-59 Chums 59 FHA 57 CSU 57-58 BECKER, RICK Scholars 59 BENDA, BUTCH Track 57 Football 57 Varsity Track 58 Scholars 59 BERRY. LEE Choir 59 BLAKE, KATHY Jr. Achievement 58 Regional Delegate 59 BLOCK. MIKE Varsity Basketball 58-59 Varsity Baseball 58-59 Scholars 59 Key Club 59 BOOTH, JEFF National Honor Society 59 Mu Alpha Theta 59 BOLTON, MARGARET NFL 57-59 Thespians 58-59 Choir 57 Chums 59 BOORMAN, SKIPPER Mu Alpha Theta 59 SAPS 59 Jr. Varsity 58 BOSWELL, BARBARA Jr. Historians 58 Jr. Achievement 58-59 National Delegate 59 Chums 59 BOURKE, LINDA Choir 57 FHA 58-59 J r. Historians 59 BRASSEAUX, BARBARA Girls' State Rep. 59 Thespians Pres. 59 Bruin Brigade 57-59 FTA Secretary 59 National Honor Society 59 BROOKS, JAMIE Chums 59 BROOKS, JUDY Student Council 58-5 Chums 59 BROOKS, SUZANNE Chums 59 CSU 57 FNA 57-59 FNA Secretary 58 lr. Historians 58 BROWN, DAVID Varsity Baseball 57-59 Scholars 59 BROWN, FRANCES Mad Medics 59 CSU 57-59 Chums 59 FHA Parliamentarian 59 FNA 58-59 V-Pres. 59 BROWN. GWEN FNA 58-59 DE Club 59 FHA 59 BROWN, STEPHEN Mad Medios 58-59 Pres. 59 Mech. Drawing Awards 58-59 National Honor Society 59 Mu Alpha Theta 59 Key Club 59 BROWN, WAYNE Football 57 Jr. Varsity 58 Scholars 59 BROWNING, LOUISE Band 57-59 Band Librarian 58-59 Chums 59 Spanish Club 58-59 BRUESS, VAL Choir 57-59 BRUNER, MICHAEL Choir 57-59 BUCHANNAN, DAVID Spanish Club 57 BUHLER, HERMAN FFA Vice-President 56 BURDICK. JOHN Band 57-59 All-Region Band Choir 57-59 BURNS, NELDA Chums 59 Jr. Historians 58-59 FNA 58-59 Girls' Choir 57 BFRROUCHS, VICKI Jr. Historians 57-59 Chums 59 BYBEE. HAL Band 57-59 Bruin Staff Phot. 58-59 SAPS 59 Hu Alpha Theta 59 Hath Award 58 BYRD. CLIFTON Scholars 59 Jr. Varsity 58 Track 57 Bruin Staff 58 Spanish Club 59 BYRNE. LUCINDA Chums 59 Tri-Hi-Y V-Pres. 59 FTA 59 FHA 58 Mad Medics 58-59 CALDWELL, MICKELE National Honor Society Chums 59 Bear Facts 58 Bruin Staff 58-59 Jr. Historian Officer 59 CALDWELL, VICKE Tri-Hi-Y Chaplain 59 Chums 59 SAPS 59 Spanish Club 59 59 CAREY, JUDY Chums 59 Jr. Historian 59 Library Club FHA 57 Soph. Choir 58 CARR, RICHARD FFA Reporter 59 CARRICK, SANDRA Thespians 57-59 NFL 57-59 Best Supp. Actress 58 Chums 59 Tennis 57 CARTER, KENT Scholars 59 Thespians 59 CERWINSKE, MARINEL Bruin Brigade 57-59 National Honor Society 59 Chums 59 Spanish Club 57-59 FTA 59 CEZEAUX, SALLY Bruin Staff 58 FTA 59 Chums 59 Bruin Brigade 57 Tri-Hi-Y Treas. 59 CHOICE, BILL Choir 59 Scholars 59 Jr. Historians 59 Brigade Follies 59 DeMolay 57-59 CLARK, BUDDY NFL 57-59 Track 57 Bear Facts 59 COBB, LYNN Bruin Brigade 57-59 FTA 57-59 FTA Treasurer 58-59 Chums 59 Student Council 59 COCHRAN, DONALD ,lr. Varsity 58 Soph. Football 57 Choir 59 Track 57 SENIOR I DEX COCHRAN, SAM B Team Basketball 58 COFFMANN, JIMMY Band 57-59 Baseball 59 Science Award 57 Track 59 Scholars 59 COLE, SUE Bruin Brigade 57-59 Majorette 59 National Honor Society 59 Cllums 59 GSL Dist. Sec. 59 COOMBS, GERALD Band 58-59 COPELAND, MARY Band 57-59 All-State Band 58-59 Mad Medics 59 CORNICK, WILLIAM Scholars 59 CORTE, JIMMY Scholars 59 Bruin Staff 58 COWAN. CAROL Bruin Brigade 57-59 Majorette 59 Volleyball 57-59 National Honor Society 59 Chums 59 COWAN, KAY Cliums 59 Bowling League 59 Jr. Achievement 59 CRAIG, ALLAN Scholars 59 CRAIN, PAULA Bruin Staff 57-59 Bruin Brigade 57 Cliums 59 Tri-Hi-Y 59 Student Council 57 Thcspian Play 58 CRIM, CHARLES Scholars 59 ,Ir. Historians 59 CROCKER, BRUCE SAPS V-Pres. 59 Key Club 59 National Honor Society 59 Mu Alpha Theta Pres. 59 .Ir. Rotarian 59 National Merit Finalist 59 CRUCE, BILL SAPS Pres. 59 National Honor Society 59 National Merit Finalist 59 Jr. Rotarian 59 Student Council' Pres. 59 Key Club 59 CUMMINCS, J. C. Choir 57-59 Jr. Varsity 58 Varsity 59 Track 57 CUMMINS. SUNNY Bear Facts. 58 Bruin Staff 58-59 Circulations Editor 59 Tennis Team 57-58 Chums 59 CUNNINGHAM, GLENDA Choir 58-59 FHA 57-58 FTA 57 CUNNINGHAM, NELWYN Student Council 57-59 Latin Club 57 Chums 59 Choir 57-59 CURL, CHRIS Choir 57-58 Bear Facts 59 CURRY. JAMES Choir 57-59 DANIELS, PATTY Chums 59 Latin Club 57 NFL 58 Choir 58 DAVIS, BILL Hunt and Fish Club 57 Scholars 59 DAWSON, GEORGE Woodworking Award 57 Scholars 59 DEGEORGE, LYNN FFA 57 Pres. DE Club 59 Band 56 DERRICK. TRACY Scholars 59 Track DIAL. BARBARA Bruin Staff 59 FTA 59 Chums 59 NFL 58 Jr. Historians DICKERSON. ANNIE Volleyball 57-59 Chums 59 FHA 58 DOCKENS. BARBARA Chums 59 FHA 58 DOL GLAS, FRAN Band 57-59 All-State Band 59 Chums 59 Mad Medics 59 Student Council 59 DREWS, PAT Choir 57-59 Chums 59 FHA 59 DUESTERBERG, MARY Bruin Staff 59 Jr. Historians 58 FTA 59 Chums 59 Tri-Hi-Y 59 DUNAWAY, .IANE Bruin Brigade 57-59 FTA 59 Chums 59 A SENIOR I DEX DUSSLER, BOB Swimming Team 57-59 Student Council 57 Mu Alpha Theta 59 Scholars 59 EAST, JIMMIE .lr. Varsity 58 Track 57-58 Scholars 59 EASTON. BRIAN DE Club 59 Band 57-58 ECABERT, BARBARA Band 57-59 All-District Band 58 Regional Band 58 Choir 58-59 ECKHART, DON Scholars 59 Mu Alpha Theta 59 Varsity Baseball 58-59 ELLIFF, CLAIRE .IO Jr. Historians 57-59 lr. Historian V-Pres. 59 Latin Club 57-58 Spanish Club 58-59 Chums 59 ERATH, LOLISE Mad Medics 58-59 Chums 59 ERWIN. ERIK Track 57 Swimming 58 Scholars 59 EIQTON, AIQDEEN Bruin Staff 58-59 FHA 59 Chums 59 Spanish Club 57 Bear Facts 58 EVANS, DON Band 56-59 EVANS, NANCY FHA 57 CSU 57-59 Thespians 59 Chums 59 FARRA, PAT FTA 58-59 Chums 59 Choir 57-58 Latin Club 57-58 Jr. Historians 59 FARRACK. ELNA PE Awards 58 FARREN. DLNLOP Swimming 57-59 Football 59 Hi-Y Sgt-at-Arms 59 Hunt and Fish Club 57 Scholars 59 FALGHT. CARL Cheerleader 59 Football 57 Scholars 59 Track 57 Student Council 57 FERGUSON. MARY LOU Bruin Brigade 57-59 CSL' 57 Chums 59 Choir 57-59 FERNIIER, BOB Band 57-59 Mu Alpha Theta 59 Choir 59 First Place Science Fai Scholars 59 FERRELL, SANDY Chums 59 Bruin Brigade 57-58 FICK, BILL Scholars 59 Shop Award 59 Football 57 Jr. Varsity 58 Track 57 FIELDER, BOB Scholars 59 Band 57 Mech. Drawing Award FILES, ELIZABETH Bruin Staff 57-59 Bruin Editor 59 Bruin Brigade 57-59 National Honor Society Mu Alpha Theta 59 SAPS 59 r58 59 FINLAYSON, KEITH First Place Science Fa Mu Alpha Theta 59 NFL 57-59 Mad Medics 57-59 FITCH. BOB Scholars 59 FLOETER. JUDY Bruin Brigade 57-59 Top Sergeant 59 FTA President 59 Chums 59 Student Council 57 FOLEY, CHARLOTTE Band 57-59 Mad Medics 59 FOLLIS, EDDIE Scholars 59 FORD, DANNY Scholars 59 Football 57 Track 57 FORE, BOB DE Club 58 FORSYTHE, SANDRA Bear Facts 58 Second Place Science Chums 59 FOULDS, LINDA Mu Alpha Theta 59 Bruin Staff 58-59 Bear Facts 58 Jr. Historians 59 Chums 59 FRANCO. FAYE Chums 59 FHA 57-59 FRANK, BILL ir 58 Fair 58 Hunt and Fish Club 57 Student Council 57 FRANKE. DURWOOD Scholars 59 SENIOR I DEX FREILE, BONNIE Thespians 58 "Our Town" 58 FRENCH, NORMA Tennis 57-58 Tri-Hi-Y Reporter 59 Chums 59 Science Club 57-59 FULLER, JOYCE Bruin Brigade 57-59 President 59 Head Majorette 59 National Honor Society 59 Jr. Class Rep. 58 Chums 59 GALBREATH, PAT Bruin Brigade 57 CSU Secretary 58 FHA 57 DE 59 GENNUSA, PEGGY DE Club 59 GARRISON, JOHNNY Track 57 Golf 57-59 Scholars 59 GERZEVESKY, BRUCE Scholars 59 GIBSON, MAURY Band 57-59 GLASKE, ANNE Chums 59 Latin Club 58 Choir 58-59 GLAZE, VIRGINIA Bruin Brigade 57' Chums 59 Choir 57-59 GODWIN, CHARLENE FHA 57 GOFF, MARGIE Chums 59 FHA 57-59 Library Club 58-59 GOUGH, JOHN Scholars 59 GRAF, OTIS FFA Secretary 57 GRANT, HANK FFA V-Pres. 57-59 Varsity Basketball 57-59 Vo-Ag Award 59 GRAY, JUDY FHA Class Pres. 59 GREENWOOD, CINDY Bear Facts Soc. Editor 59 Bruin Brigade 57-59 Chums 59 Student Council 58 FTA 59 Jr. Historians 59 GREGORY, HARRY Track 57-59 Jr. Varsity 58 Soph. Football 57 GREGORY, MARILYN Bear Facts Bus. Man. 59 Chums 59 Tri-Hi-Y 59 GREIG, GERALDINE National Honor Society 59 Mu Alpha Theta 59 Mad Medics 59 German Award 58 German Club 59 GULBRANDSEN, GARY Varsity Football 59 Scholars-59 Jr. Varsity 58 GUMNEY, RUTH ANN Cheerleader 59 Bruin Staff 59 Beauty and Brawn 58 Student Council 59 Snow Queen 59 GUNNELS, LEWIS Varsity Football 59 Jr. Varsity 58 Track 59 Scholars 59 HALL, NANCY Student Council 57 Chums 59 HAMMOND, DARNELL FNA Reporter 58 FNA President 59 Mad Medios 59 FHA 58 HARBISON, DALE National Honor Society 59 Mu Alpha Theta 59 SAPS 59 HARRIS, STEVE Science Club 57 Scholars 59 Gold Team 59 HARJION, MIKE Scholars 59 Bear Facts 59 HARTOON, HERMAN Scholars 59 DE Club 58-59 HEAD, CHARLOTTE Bruin Brigade 58 Student Council 58 Chums 59 FTA 59 Tri-Hi-Y 59 HENDERSON, STEVE Band 57-59 Choir 57-59 District Band 57-59 Regional Band 57-59 All-State Band 58-59 Scholars 59 HENDRICKSON, DOUGLAS Scholars 59 HENRY, BILL Varsity Football 57-59 Honor Society Pres. 59 Jr. Class V-Pres. 58 Track 58-59 Boys' State 59 HENRY, JIM Scholars 59 SENIOR I DEX HENSKE, PAULETTE Bruin Brigade 57-59 CSU 57 HEROLZ, BOB Mu Alpha Theta 59 Scholars 59 National Honor Society 59 Bruin Staff 58-59 Hi-Y President 59 HERZOG, IRIS Mu Alpha Theta 59 Chums 59 FTA 57-59 Bruin Brigade 58-59 Bruin Staff 58 HIGHFILL, ANN Churns 59 Jr. Historians 59 HIMES, GINNI Churns 59 Jr. Historians 57 Choir 57-59 All-State Choir 59 HINCHMAN, SALLYE FHA 58-59 Jr. Historians 59 Chums 59 Student Council 57 Band 57 HINDMAN. GINGER NFL 58 Spanish Club 59 Mu Alpha Theta Treas. 59 Girls' Physics Award 58 CSU Social Chairman 59 HINOJOSA, LYNARD Varsity Football 57-59 Varsity Basketball 57-59 Varsity Baseball 58-59 Sr. Class President 59 National Honor Society 59 Jr. Rotarian 59 HOLDER, DALE Swimming 59 Mu Alpha Theta 59 Key Club 58-59 Scholars 59 GSL 58 HOLT, ROGERS Mu Alpha Theta 59 Band 57-59 Band President 59 Scholars 59 Mech. Drw. Award 57 HORTON, RICHARD FFA 57 Jr. Varsity 58 Scholars 59 Student Council 59 HUDSON, CHERRY Choir 57-59 Band 57 All-State Choir Alt. 59 Chums 59 HUGHES, NANCY Bruin Brigade 57 Beauty and Brawn 57 Chums 59 Bruin Staff 59 Student Council 59 IVERSON, MARTHA Churns 59 Choir 58-59 FHA 58-59 FHA Treas. 59 JACKSON. JOE Band 57-59 ' Section Leader 58-59 All-District Band 58-59 All-Region Band 58-59 All-State Band 58-59 JACOBY. ANN Bruin Brigade 57-59 Flags Sergeant 59 FTA 58-59 National Honor Society 59 Bear Facts Editor 60 Chums 59 JANKE, JO BETH Bear Facts Editor 59 Bruin Staff 58-59 National Honor Society 39 Mu Alpha Theta 59 Spanish Club 58-59 JAY, MONTERREY Cheerleader 59 Spanish Club 57 Bear Facts Staff 59 Student Council 59 FHA Secretary 59 JESSEE, DICK Football 57 Varsity Football 58-59 Student Council 59 Scholars 59 JOHNSON, CHARLEY Scholars 59 Library Club V-Pres. 57 Mad Medios 57-58 JOHNSON, NANCY Bruin Brigade 57-59 Student Council 57-58 FTA Secretary 58 Chums 59 National Honor Society 59 Biology Award 57 SENIOR I DEX DE Club Sect'y 59 Choir 57-59 DE Club 58-59 LA MONT, DAVID Varsity Football 58-59 Varsity Basketball 57-59 Varsity Track 57-59 Varsity Track 57-59 Scholars 59 Football 57 JONES, CARLTON LANEY, VESTER American History Award 58 Hi-Y Reporter 59 Scholars 59 Varsity Basketball 58-59 Basketball 57 JONES, JIM Track 59 KAINER, WAYNE Scholars 59 KELLER, LEA Choir 59 FHA 57-58 KENG, CHARLES Football 57 Jr. Varsity 58 DE Club 59 LANIER, JUDY National Honor Society 59 NHS Treasurer 59 Mu Alpha Theta V-Pres. 59 Bruin Brigade 57-59 Volleyball 57-59 FHA Pres. 58 LASSITER, ANNE German Club President 59 Mad Medios V-Pres. 58 Mu Alpha Theta 59 National Honor Society Sec. 59 Chums 59 LAUTERBACH, JUDY Beauty and Brawn 57 Bruin Staff 59 Thespians 58-59 Student Council 58 Chums 59 KERSHNER, SUSAN Student Council 58 Mu Alpha Theta 59 LAWRENCE, SARAH FTA 59 Chums 59 Beal' Facts 58 DE Sales Contest Winner 59 Chums 59 LEIGH, BILL KIRSCH, MIKE Key Club 59 Foofb-SU 57 Jr. Varsity 58 Scholars 59 Varsity Football 59 NFL 58-59 Scholars 59 KNOX, BILL Scholars 59 LEWIS, JAY Track Mgr. 57 Varsity Track Mgr. 58 KOCH- GWEN Jr. Varsity Mgr. 58 Llbfafv Club 57-58 Varsity Football Mgr. 59 Chums 59 FFA 53-59 LA FOE, WENDELL LEWIS, LYNETTE Band 57-59 Choir 57-59 National Honor Society 59 CSU 57-58 Mu Alpha Theta 59 Math Award 57 Scholars 59 Student Council LINDSAY, MOSBY JAMES Jr. Class Treas. 58 Varsity Football 59 National Honor Society 59 Mu Alpha Theta 59 Student Council 59 LOCKHART, SARA Chums 59 LOFTIN, THOMAS Band 57-59 Latin Club 57 Mu Alpha Theta 59 LOPEMAN, JUDY Chums 59 Latin Club 57 LOVING, JERRY MARIE Chums Treasurer 59 Bruin Brigade 57-59 Lt. Bruin Brigade 59 LOWE, DAVID FFA 57-58 District Contest 58 LOWRY, JUDY Bruin Staff 58-59 Chums 59 Band 57 Choir 57-59 LUCAS, MIKE Varsity Basketball 58-59 Scholars 59 LYONS, JERRY Football 57 Jr. Varsity 58 Mc-ADAMS, ROBERT Varsity Football 58-59 Varsity Basketball 58-59 Varsity Baseball 58 Scholars 59 MCCLINTOCK, DAVID Varsity Football 57-59 Soph. Class Pres. 57 Student Council V-Pres. 58 NFL 58 Principal's Award 57 McCUNE, SANDY Choir 57-59 Chums 59 III McDOUGALD, HEWLETT FHA 57-59 FHA Secretary 59 Chums 59 McINTYRE. BOBBY FFA 57 DE Club 59 MCMURPHY. GAYLE Chums 59 Bear Facts 59 FHA 58 MCMURRY, WESLEY Scholars 59 MCPHETERS, BOB Cheerleader 59 Best Dressed 58 Snow Prince 58 Scholars 59 MABRY. MIKE FFA President 57-58 FFA District V-Pres. 58 Outstanding Student. FFA 59 MADER, DONALD Scholars 59 MAJOR, JUDY Band 57-59 Chums 59 Jr. Historians 58-59 FHA 57-59 FHA Secretary 59 MANVILLE, PETE Slide Rule Club 57 Scholars 59 MARKS, ROBERT Band 57-59 Latin Club 58 Scholars 59 Science Fair Award 58 MARTIN, DICK Choir 57-59 Choir V-Pres. 59 Thespians 58-59 BandlA57-59 Schof rs 59 SENIOR I DEX MARTIN, HOWARD Varsity Football 59 Key Club 58-59 National Honor Society, V-Pres. 59 Mu Alpha Theta 59 Student Council 59 MARTIN, MARY ANN FHA 58 Chums 59 MEEHAN, WANDA FHA 57 Choir 57 MEGGISON. JACK Football 57 Choir 57-58 Scholars 59 MELTON. BOB National Honor Society 59 Mu Alpha Theta 59 SAPS 59 Band 57-59 Choir 58-59 MERSIOVSKY, GLORIA Chums 59 FHA 58-59 MILLER, DAVID Scholars 59 Jr. Historians 59 MILLER, NEIL Varsity Football 58-59 Varsity Baseball 58-59 Varsity Track 57 Bruin Staff 59 Beauty and Brawn 59 MINTURN, THEO Chums 59 Bruin Brigade 57 FTA 57 Thespians 59 Latin Club 57 MITSCHKE, NELDA Chums 59 FHA 58-59 MONDAY, NANCY Student Council Sec. 59 Thespian Sec. 59 FTA 58-59 Bruin Brigade 57-59 Chums 59 Jr. Class Sec. 58 MONTGOMERY, BETTF FTA 58 Latin Club 58 Chums 59 Choir Sf' MOON, MELINDA Math Award 58 Chums V-Pres. 59 FTA V-Pres. 58-59 Bruin Brigade 58-59 National Honor Society 59 MOORE. GERALD FFA 58-59 MOORE, MIKE Jr. Varsity 58 Jr. Achievement 58 Hi-Y Treas. 59 Scholars 59 MOREHEAD, JAMES National Honor Society 59 Mu Alpha Theta 59 Bruin Staff 58-59 Latin Club 57-58 MORELAND, LARRY Scholars 59 Band 57-59 Jr. Achievement 58 MORGAN, LEON Varsity Football 58-59 Scholars 59 Track 57 Baseball 59 Swimming 58-59 MORRIS, BILL Baseball 59 Scholars 59 MORRIS, MARGARET Bruin Brigade 57 Chums 59 FHA 58-59 MURPHREE, SUSIE Chums 59 Choir 57-59 Bruin Brigade 57 Library Club 58-59 MURPHY, VIRGINIA Chums 59 FTA 58-59 Bruin Staff 58-59 Bear Facts 58 Latin Club Reporter 57-58 FHA Treasurer 58 MYERS, JOAN Bruin Brigade 57-59 Majorette 59 FHA V-Pres. 58 Chums 59 NEEL, SONDRA Band 58 NELSON, ERICK Varsity Basketball 59 Jr. Varsity 58 Scholars 59 Basketball 58 NELSON, MARTHA Chums 59 Jr. Historians 59 NEWELL, FRANCES Band 57-59 CSU 57-59 FTA 58 NEWSOM, GLENNIE Chums 59 Choir 57-59 FHA 57-59 CSU 57 NICHOLS, GREG Swimming 58-59 Scholars 59 NICHOLS, JAY Band 58-59 National Honor Society 59 Mu Alpha Theta 59 NORTHRUP, PAT Bruin Brigade 58-59 Chums 59 Library Club 59 SENIOR I DEX NYSTROM, CAROL Bear Facts 59 Tri-Hi-Y 59 Chums 59 Library Club 59 Jr. Historians 59 ODIORNE, ELLAN National Honor Society 59 Bear Facts Editor 58 Latin Club Vice-Pres. 58 Bruin Faculty Editor 58 Chums Parliamentarian 59 OGG, SHARON Band 59 O'KEEFE, DENNIS Scholars 59 OLVER, .IIMMIE Football 57 Hunt and Fish Club 58 O'NEILL, ERIN Tennis 57-59 Bruin Staff 58-59 Chums 59 NFL 57 O'NEILL, JOHN Latin Club 57 Science Club 57 Taxidermy Award 58 OSBORNE, CATHIE NFL 57-59 NFL Secretary 59 Tri-Hi-Y 59 State Extemp Champion 59 Chums 59 PARIS, WAYNE Scholars 59 PATTERSON, SHARON Debate 57-58 Jr. Historians 58 Latin Club 57 Mad Medics 57 PECH, JIMMY Baseball 59 PETERSON, RALPH Varsity Football 58-59 Beauty and Brawn 59 Science Club 57-59 Mad Medics 59 Hunt and Fish Club 59 PHILLIPS, NORMAN Scholars 59 POWELL, TEDDI Bruin Brigade 58-59 Chums 59 Thespians 58-59 Student Council 59 Choir 59 PRICHARD, JOANNE Chums 59 FHA 59 PRINGLE, ROBERT Band 57-59 National Honor Society 59 Tennis 58-59 Mu Alpha Theta 59 PROVENZANO, ROSEMARY Chums 59 PULLEY, LA VERNE Jr. Historians 58 Bowling 59 PYE, GREGORY FFA 57-59 FFA President 59 Student Council 57 PYLE, SUSAN Bruin Class Editor 59 Bruin Brigade 57-59 Mu Alpha Theta 59 National Honor Society 59 Chums 59 Flag Top Sergeant 59 QUEBE, CAROLINE Spanish Club 58-59 Jr. Historians 58 Chums 59 RALMUTO, ROY Jr. Achievement 59 Band 57-58 Bruin Staff 59 REED, LINDA Bruin Brigade 57 FNA 57-59 FHA Award 59 Mad Medics 58 Chums 59 REEL, RONALD Mad Medics 58 Scholars 59 CCIA Awards 59 REEVES, MARTINA NFL 58-59 Debate Award 59 Tri-Hi-Y 59 Chums 59 Mad Medios 57 REHMS. MILDRED Chums 59 Bowling 59 Jr. Achievement Sec. 59 REICHERT, GENEVA Bruin Brigade 57 Chums 59 Jr. Historians 59 FHA 59 REIN. SANDRA Tennis 5859 Chums 59 Bruin Staff 59 REINBECK. JOHNNY Football 57 Scholars 59 RENTZ, BLDDY Thespians 58-59 NFL 58-59 Scholars 59 Thespian Play 59 RICHARDS, JOYCE Band Majorette 58-59 Bear Facts 58 Bruin Staff 59 Chums 59 RICKS, KAREN FHA 59 Chums 59 ROBERTSON. BARBARA Bntin Brigade 57-59 Majorette 58-59 ROBISHAW, PAUL Scholars 59 Hunt and Fish Club Sec. 58 ROGERS, MARIANNE Student Council 58-59 Bruin Brigade 57-59 Co. A Sergeant 59 FTA Reporter 59 Chums 59 SENIOR I DEX ROSENFIELD, CHARLES Cheerleader 59 Track 58-59 Choir 57-59 Student Council 50 Beauty and Brawn 58 ROSS, BOB Scholars 59 Swimming 59 ROSSLER. KENNETH Football 57 Scholars Officer 59 ROTHRUM, CAROL Chums 59 Tri-Hi-Y 59 Bear Facts Club Editor 59 RUMMEL, DANNY FFA 57 DE Club 59 RUSSELL. JIM NFL 58-59 Debate 58 Track 59 Taxidermy Club 59 SANDY. BARBARA Student Council 57 Soph. Class Sec. 57 Bruin Brigade 57-59 Beauty and Brawn 58-59 Outstanding Cheerleader 59 SAWYER. JUNE FHA 57-59 SCHERMER. JOHN Band 57-59 SCHUETZE. ANN FHA 58 Bruin Brigade 57 Volleyball 57-59 SCHULKE, GERALD Band 57-59 Choir 57 SEWELL, NATHAN Mu Alpha Theta 59 Football 57 Gym Award 58 SHAFFER, CAROL Band Secretary 58-59 Band Sweetheart 59 Sr. Class Rep. 59 Choir 5859 All-State Band 58-59 SHAMBLIN, MARILYN FHA 57-59 SHAW, DON Varsity Basketball 58 B. and C. Cast 58-59 Choir 58 Choir President 59 SHEPLER, ALANDRA Student Council 59 Thespians 59 SHERROCSE, JIMMY Choir 57-58 SHIELDS. NELSON Scholars 59 Hi-Y 59 SIEC-ERT, LINDA Thespians 59 Thespian Play 59 Jr. Historians 58 FHA 59 NFL 59 SILBER. JUDY Chums 59 Jr. Historians 59 Library Club Sec. 59 FHA 57 SIMMONS. KATHY Chums 59 Jr. Historians 59 FHA 59 Jr. Achievement 59 Choir 58 SIMMONS, MARTHA Chums 59 SIMONS, SYLVIA Chums 59 SINCLAIR, GARY Scholars 59 . Bear Facts Sp. Ed. 59 Jr. Varsity 59 Bruin Staff 59 SINCLAIR, TOMMY Scholars 59 Hi-Y 59 Debate 58 Jr. Historians 57 SIVLEY, HELEN Chums 59 FNA Parliamentarian 59 FHA 58-59 CSU 59 SMITH. agree Chums 5 5 Bear Facts 59 JI SMITH, JOHN Varsity Basketball 59 Cheerleader 59 Jr. Varsity 58 Scholars Treas. 59 Track 59 Class Clown 58 SMITH, LYNN Bruin Brigade 58-59 National Honor Society 59 FTA Treasurer 59 Chums 59 Tri-Hi-Y 59 SODEN. JUDY Spanish Club 58-59 SPILLANE, JOAN Bruin Brigade 57-59 National Honor Society 59 Mu Alpha Theta 59 Student Council 59 Chums 59 Flag Captain 59 STAGNO, WAYNE Band 58 Scholars 59 STALMACH, JANE Bruin Brigade 57-59 Latin Club 57-58 SAPS 59 Jr. Historians 58 Mu Alpha Theta 59 STANTON, LARRY Varsity Football 59 Sr. Class Vice-Pres. 59 Track 59 Bruin Staff 59 Scholars 59 STEINBACH, DON Football 58 Scholars 59 STELZER, TYANN Student Council Treas. 59 Bruin Brigade 57-59 Chums 59 Bruin Staff 58-59 Science Club 59 STEPHANOU, RICKY Scholars 59 STOKES, JUDI Band Head Majorette 59 National Honor Society 59 Bear Facts Circ. Mgr. 59 Jr. Historians Treas. 59 Bruin Staff 59 SENIOR I DEX STONE, DONALD Scholars 59 Varsity Baseball 57 STOUT, JIMMY Varsity Basketball 58-59 Varsity Baseball 58 Scholars 59 STOVALL, SHARON Bruin Brigade 58 FHA 58-59 Chums 59 STRANDTMAN, JERRY Tennis 57-58 National Honor Society 59 Slide Rule Club 58 Scholars 59 STUBBLEFIELD, RICHARD Band 57-59 Section Leader 58-59 Choir 59 SULLINS, CHARLOTTE Bear Facts 58 Bruin Staff 59 Chums 59 SUSTALA, BEATRICE FHA 57 Jr. Historians 58 Chums 59 Bruin Staff 59 SUSTALA. JOYCE Homecoming Queen 59 Bruin Brigade 57-59 Commercial Award 59 Beauty and Brawn 59 Sr. Class Sec. 59 SUSTALA, MARY Jr. Historian Pres. 58-59 FHA 59 Chums 59 SWEARINGEN, BILL SAPS 59 Science Fair Award 58 Slide Rule Club 58 Band 57 SWIFT, MARY LOU Cheerleader 59 Snow Princess 58 Bruin Brigade 57-58 FTA 58-59 National Honor Society 59 Mu Alpha Theta 59 SWITZER, FRED Bowling 59 Scholars 59 SWOR, DON Scholars 59 SYPERT, JOHN Beauty and Brawn 59 Football 57 Scholars 59 TELSCHOW, ROBERT Choir 58-59 CSU 59 Football 57 Jr. Varsity 58 Track 59 THOMPSON, ANN National Honor Society 59 Mu Alpha Theta Sec. 59 Latin Award 57 French Award 58 History Award 58 THOMPSON, CAROLYN Band 58-59 Section Leader 59 Band Majorette 59 Choir 58-59 Chums 59 THOMPSON, CURTIS Choir 57-59 Varsity Football 59 Jr. Varsity 58 Football 57 Track 57 THOMPSON, ROBERT Choir 58-59 THORNTON. STEVE FFA 59 TOWNSEND, JUDY Thespians 57-59 Chums 59 CSU 57 Library Club 58 TILLEY, PAUL Varsity Football 58-59 Scholars 59 Basketball 57 Football 57 TUCKER, BILLY FFA 57-59 FFA Treas. 59 DE Club 59 TURPEN, CAROL Bruin Brigade 57-58 Thespians 59 NFL 59 Tri-Hi-Y 59 Jr. Historians 59 TRUITT, TIM Football 57 Jr. Varsity 58 Scholars 59 Mech. Drw. Award VANCE, BOB Jr. Varsity Mgr. 57 Mech. Drw. Award 59 VAN DYKE, DIANA National Honor Society 59 Mu Alpha Theta 59 Chums 59 Bruin Staff 59 VAN NORMAN. HAPPY Scholars 59 Student Council 59 Football Mgr. 57 VESSELS. BARBARA Chums 59 Tennis 58 VESSELS, BETTY Chums 59 Tennis 57-59 WADDILL. JOHN Latin Club 57-58 Swimming 58 Scholars 59 WALSH. HARRY NFL 59 Jr. Varsity 58 Hi-Y 59 Thespians 59 Student Council 59 WATTERS, PENNEY Tri-Hi-Y Pres. 59 NFL Pres. 57-59 Bruin Brigade 57-59 FTA 57-59 Student Council 57-59 Chums 59 WAY. PETER Hi-Y Vice-Pres. 59 Science Club Pres. 59 Student Council 57-59 Jr. Rotarian 59 Key Club 58-59 WAYLAND, RAYMONDA Choir 57 Jr. Historians 57-58 WEATHERS, CANDY Band Majorette 58-59 FTA 59 Bruin Staff 58-59 Tri-Hi-Y 59 Jr. Historians 59 WEIMAN, DALE Choir 58-59 Track 58 Jr. Varsity Mgr. 57 SENIOR I DEX WENTZ, KAREN Jr. Historians 58-59 Mad Medics 58 Latin Club 57 Mu Alpha Theta 59 CSU 58 WHITE, MARY JANE Jr. Tennis 57-58 Bear Facts Staff 58-59 Bruin Staff 58-59 Chums 59 WHITE. SUE Library Club 59 FHA 58 DE Club 59 Choir 58 WIECH, JACKI Library Club 58-59 DE Club 59 Choir 58 WIECH, JACKI Library Club 58-59 DE Club 59 WIGGINS. GERRY Jr. Varsity 58 Basketball Mgr. 59 Choir 57-59 Band 57 Scholars 59 WILBOLRN, CHARLOTTE NFL 57-59 Debate 58-59 Chums 59 WILKINS. SHARON Bear Facts 58 Bruin Staff 58-59 Chums 59 Library Club 59 Jr. Hi-torians 59 WILLARD. KAREN FHA 57 Jr. Historians 58 Library Club 58-59 Chums 59 CSU 58 WILLIAMS, BETSY Jr. Class Pres. 58 Student Council Vice-Pres. 59 Girls' State, Nation 59 NFL President 59 Bruin Brigade Vice-Pres. 59 National Honor Society WILLIAMS, RUTH Chums 59 WINKEL, FRANCINE Thespians 58-59 Chums 59 Library Club 59 WILKINSON, DAVID Thespians 59 NFL 59 Bear Facts 59 WITHAM, EARLINE Chums 59 Jr. Historians 59 FTA 57 FHA 58 Student Council 57 WOOD, NANCY Jr. Historians 59 Student Council 59 Chums 59 WOOLLEY, RHONDA FHA 57 Chums 59 WORLEY. EDDIE Jr. Varsity 58 DE Club 58-59 Library Club 58 Football 57 WRIGHT, CAROLYN Chums 59 Jr. Historians 59 FHA 57-59 WRIGHT, JOAN Student Council 57 Chums 59 Library Club 59 YODER, SCOTTIE Chums 59 Jr. Historians 59 YOUDAN, DON Track 58 Jr. Varsity 58 Hi-Y 59 Industrial Arts Award 58 Scholars 59 ZAHM, MARGARET National Honor Society 59 Bruin Brigade 59 Chums 59 Spanish Club 59 ZIMMERMAN, ANNE Chums 59 NFL 59 Band 58 Bruin Brigade 59 Tri-Hi-Y 59 ' 'W J ,I f gf! 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