St Marks School of Texas - Marksmen Yearbook (Dallas, TX)
- Class of 1953
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Text from Pages 1 - 96 of the 1953 volume:
T. MARK'S SCHOOL
10600 PRESTON RD
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ROBERT H IGLEHART MA
l ePouw Unnverslty Unwersnte de
uuscnne Mnddlebury CoIIege3
ROBERT D BOYLE PhD
Wesleyan Unnvevslty Umversuty of Tex
Sou hem M lhodlst Unlversl1y3
EMMETT L MAUS BM
JOHN R CALDOW MA
Resident Assrstcnf Headmaster
lBrown University Unlvorsute Cl
Grenoble Middlebury College'
C CARLTON REED BA
fAmherst College Harvard Graduate
JOHNJ CONNOLLY B A
LEONARD N NELSON B S
University of llllnols University
FRANK E MOSHER MA
rWuIlnoms College Unuversute de Pontlers
LF OCONNOR ARCO ChM
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Instrumental Music Lahn Englash Orgcmst and Choumoster
Uuulloord School of Musnc Southern Boston College Unnverslte de Besconcon COxford Unlverslty3
Methodust Umversnty Boston Unnversufy
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JAMIE BURRELL SAHL JEAN E EUGENE Boccolourecv MRS EDITH JOHNSON B A
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Religion French Lrbranon
'Drake Unlversny Unuversny of Ihe South 1UnnverslIe de Caenl lMlddlebury College!
Souihern Mefhodusf Umversnyj
RICHARD S JOHNSON B A MRS SARA LUNDSTEEN B A WILLIAM H MULLINS B A
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Science Malhemahcs Thrrd Grade Englrsh Social Sludres
lMlddlebury Collegel Sourhern Meihodusi Umversny Unwersny lYaIe Unlversntyj
of Porn: Unlversny of Copenugen
JOHN P NEVlllE B A M A WINTHROP W PIPER B A M A JOHN A SILUMAN B A
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Social Sludles Englrsh Anlhmehc
157 Johns Unuversny New York CBowdom Columbus fWesIeyan Umversny
MRS ROBERT H RECTOR BA
lAustm College Southern Methodnst
MRS EUNICE P KILPATRICK B A
Head of Lower School
H W LENZ MA
Anthmehc Athletics Director
1Ohlo State Unlversnty Columbia
Umverslty University of Texc1s1
MRS H W LENZ BA
University of Texas1
MRS PAUl THORP MA
lUI'1lVeI'SI'Y of Texas Southern
FRANCIS B MARBURGER B A
fOhlo Wesleyan Unlvernsty Franklin
and Marshall College1
THE REV A BLANCHARD BOYER, BM MRS LOIS PINSON BOYER GLADYS GUY BROWN, B A , M,A , Ph D
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Chaplain 119521 Psychological Consultant m Educahon
IBaylor University, Unlverslty of Texu. Sperm' lnslruclo' 'n Pwnc 1BIue Mountain College George
Duke Unuverslty1 KTexas State College for Women, Peabody College1
Umversnty of TexoS1
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MRJ J C BUCHANAN MRS J CRAGIN MISS RUTH BARRIER
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Accounlcnl and Offnce Manager Secrefory Segrefqry
MRS BEATRICE FULTON MR LEWIS W HIGGINS W A HARLAN
1943 1951 1952
House Molher M mfenonce Asslslonl Momfenunce
rxze Pd owordQ pf-Qserfed of The end of We school yeor ore
orxphyed m 're wopry Cc' wr me Ceme' enfronce c Wrrf Dcms Ho?
New cup: ore the uNfmo+e or of every boy un fchoo ood o boy MM
recewee one com mrfowy oe Q cod of We honor
The Sensor Closs tokes greot prnde In deducotnng the l953 Morksmen to DOC Nelson
Whenever o student hos o problem Doc as olwoys wnllung to help hum solve It Through
the yeors he hos given us on ldeol to work toword
Hrs lucld teochnng methods hove mode rt o pleosure to ottend his closses Docs
desure to help the students an ony woy he con ond has enthusnosm for the school s othletucs
hove mode hum one of the most respected members of the foculty
For these reosons ond mony more too numerous to mentuon we deducote the yeorbook
to Mr Leonord Doc Nelson
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He hos been more thon iust onother teocher, he hos been o guide on the rood to success.
fl, tie CAM of 1953
Patrick Henry sand to has state convention l AM NOT A VIRGINIAN BUT AN AMERI
CAN Hrs dustlngulshed career In that beloved province had undeed tltted htm to loin
and lead the broader more slgmtlcant community ot clvlllzed men
You present graduates leave St Mark s not as private school products but as seekers
atter a fuller truth not as Texans but as Americans not as helrs ot pruvulege but as
stewards of responsubulnty
Yours can be now the fraternity of open minds the Qld School Tue ot clvuc oblngatlon
lngralned drilled and daily practiced
With your graduatuon presents we hand you certann gifts ot God tat only tor a godly
use new liberty ot ludgment a greater challenge admittance to the hugh plateaus ot
Independent exploratnon to receive In humnluty to cherlsh proudly to explont for all
men s good
These do and be counted Chrustuan scholars
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DAVID LAURENCE COBB
Entered Fall of 1948
From Hughland Pork Junnor Hugh
Marksmen Soclol Edltor
Class Vnce Presndent 48
Lower School Student Councnl 48
History Club 48 49 5'l 52
Football Letters 5l 52
Lettermens Club Sl 52
Golf Squad 50
SoclalCommattee 49 50 51 57
Dromatlcs Heaven Can Walt 52
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David came to St Marks an the tall ot I9-48 Hts wutty remarks and
pollshed personality were an nmmedlate success wuth the school He has
always been a foremost figure In St Marks social lute He has also
played football lettering twice
Davld us a stellar member of LORGANIZATION DES BILLETS As a
matter ot tact he has had tlve tickets However, he IS usually a very
caretul drnver Hts beach wagon has become wuth the Senior Lounge
one ot the most promlnent gathernng places for the Sensors
D L has detlnltely been an asset to the school rn hls hve ye
here and we are sure he wall do well tn the tuture
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Bruce entered St Morks in 1947 whereupon he
wos promptly named to the Student Council ln the
years thot followed the record of one D Dougherty
wos outstanding Between the Honor Roll the Stu
dent Council ond othletlcs Bruce hos been quite
busy however he olwoys funds time to keep ID touch
with the tolrer sex ot l-lockodoy moinly Mrs Dough
erty his motherll'P'P
We oll know thot Bruce will continue his morvelous
personolity oll through college and later lite We wish
hum oll the lu k an the world in his College coreer
BRUCE MOSSER DOUGHERTY, JR.
Entered January, 1947
From Stonewall Jackson School
Marksmen Managing Editor
Student Council '49 '50 '51 '52
Lower School Student Council 48
President of Closs 50
Vice-President of Class 51 52
History Club 49 50 51 52
Football Letters 50 51 52
Football Trl Cap aan 52
Basketball Letters 50 5'l 52 53
Bcseballletters 50 5'l 52 53
Lettermens Club 49 53 51 52
Band 48 49 50
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CARL LEWIS ESTES II
Entered Fall of 1948
From Preston Hollow School
Marksmen Editor in Chief
President of Class 48 51
Vice President 50
Senior Class President 52
Lower School Student Council 48
Student Council 50 51 Secretary
Social Committee 50 51 52
Football Letters 50 51 52
Soccer Letters 52 53
Soccer Co captain 53
Baseball Manager 52
Golf Squad 50
Rlflery Team 51
Lettermens Club 50 51 52
History Club 49 Secretary 50 Treasurer 51
President History Club 52
Civic Federation Representative 49 50
Creative English Cup 52
Weisberg Literature Cup 51 52
Probable College Massachusetts Institute of Technology
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In the fall of 1948 Carl entered TC D as a member
Carl immediately set to work and establashed the notable
reputation which he now enloys He has always been a
valuable asset to the class Year after year his popularity
has grown and the fact that he is one of the school favor
:tes is not hard to understand when one is aware of the
way the student body feels toward him This year Carl
was elected President of the Senior Class President of
Student Council President of the St Marks History Club
and Editor in Chief of the Marksmen
After Carl graduates from St Marks he plans to enter
M I T where he will study Chemical Engineering We feel
sure that whatever Carl does in the future will be well
done and that wherever he goes he will enloy the same
popularity that he has received here
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JOSEPH CLARK FERGUSON JR
Entered Fall of 1950
From Allen Mllltary Academy
Marksmen Assoclate Edctor
Boarder s Councll 50
History Club 50 51 Vice Presldent 52
Football letters 51 52
Soccer Letters 51 52
Soccer Co captaun 52
Track Letters 50 5 2
Lettermen s Club 51 52
Probable College Louusnana Polytechnucal lnstltute
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Jody emerged from the tall tumber country of Louisiana In Sep
tember of 1950 to come to St Marks and further has educatlon He
entered the Sophomore class as a boarder and was soon known
throughout the Upper School Luttle Joes favorute varsity sport as
football but he has been a great help to the soccer and track
teams as well Thus year he was elected a co captam of the soccer
squad In has spare time he tells tall tales studies automobules lutts
weughts and breaks hearts
Next fall Jody plans to enter Duke Unlversuty where he wlll study
to be an engineer and perhaps play some football too When he
leaves St Marks he wull take with hum an abnluty to get along wuth
other people whlch has helped htm make many fruends at school
Wnth thus asset to and ham he should do well nn the
years to come
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WALTER l.ENOlR FmXWORTl'l ll l
Entered January of WQ! X
From Pres n Hollow School
Marksmen vehtkfng Manager
Student Coun l 52
History Club 49 50 51 52
Lower School Football Letters 47
ootball letters 50 51 52
Football Tn captuln 52
Basketball Letters 51 52 53
Bask tball Captain 53
Baseball letters 5'l 52 53
lettermen s Club 50 5l
Band 47 48
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Walter Foxworth entered St Marks In the pre
hlstoruc past when the school was known as TCD
Starting In the slxth grade he has amassed a brrl
llant record both In scholarship and un athletncs Has
name has appeared on the Honor Roll nearly every
gradsng period since hrs entrance into the school He
lettered In band once and while nn the Upper School
has lettered three times In each of the magor sports
In the past year he received additional honors as a
football tru captain and the captarn of the basketball
team Thus year he IS an actuve member In the Letter
men s Club and the Hxstory Club He rs also a member
ot the Student Council Walts record un St Marks
has been a very tune one and we at St Mark s are
sure that nt wull contmue to be one ot the best as he
goes through college
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Entered Fall ol 1952
Hustory Club 52
Football Letter 52
Basketball Le ter 53
Lettermen s Club 52
Probable College Co
Hculu Q from Golfeston Bush entered St Mork 5 for the first tlrne this
yeor H15 equrpnent conslst d of o quiet manner lnrtrcxtl 0 ond an olmost
lnexboustlble supplf ot wut ond good lwnwor Dill qurcsclf become o friend
ol ond bds pc: tn I ote'l octlfey rn e r me of scltoo Ile A5 t
e rn ootool e vvos on e rcrron mot o lw tate ond reo
rned nm arqzt letter l-le excelled hrs footbo recor wb n he at
Cl etbo C we rem l cl en wcly o
Hu charm .wth tb fentoe Q ol n 1 tang of odrnlr
ond Galveston wrll probably see o gre-ot nncreos It rs from Doll
Bnlls scbolostrc record hos been e y good ond hs o oboole college
oorodo Unr ersr Ml' be Q od to lwove su F o lne :tu 'MT
WILLIAM VANREED FURBUSH
From Kxrwm Hugh Galveston
Morksmen Asslslant Humor Editor
JOHN FREES HYMAN JR
Entered Fall ol 1946
From Stonewall Jackson School
Marksmen Art Edltor
History Club 49 50 51 52
Secretary Treasurer of Class 49
Lower School Football letter 48
Baseball Manager 49
Dramahcs Bachelor Born 5l Heaven Can Want
52 Game of Chess 53
Ban 46 47 4B 49 50
Probable College Harvard
.lack fnrst entered TC D S ID 1946 Hts "boogie"
has been heard floatmg down the halls of school ever
sunce When T C D became St Mark's, however, Jack
became a member of the chour Now, Instead ol
"Pune Top Boogue," one IS likely to hear sornethnng
lrke Mozart's "Requiem "
Jack IS also famous for hls hugh powered Olds
mobile However, It us not as fast as nt once was, for
ut has taken a lot of beatung 'four wrecksll
Jack, allas the "Conroe Kid," plans to attend Har
vard next fall We all know that he will do as well
there as he has here at St Marlds
John Letcher, a resrdertt of Oklahoma came to St Mark 5
thus year as a boarder He was at ortce noted for hrs abrluty
wlth the vrolm and has mecharttcal gemus Although thts I
hrs frret year at the school, hrs wulmghess to work and hte
cooperatron have made hum a great frrend of eyeryorre Ax
art actrve partlcupaht HT all pha2es of school ltte both athletlc
and acaderh f, John has shown a CJSTSVHWIDOYIOD that we are
sure wrll be of ever greater servlce as years go by
To Johh we wnsh all our best nh has future years at college
and rn later hte
JOHN HENRY LETCHER Ill
Ent ed Foll of 1952
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H story Cl b 52
Football Letter 52
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ROBERT AL MEADOWS
Ewtered Fall of 1947
From Umverslty Park School
Marksmen Sports Edstor
President of Class 49
Social Committee 49 50
Hnstory Club 51
Football Letter 51
Track Letter 52
Golf Squad 51 52
Lettermen s Club 51
Dramatlcs Bachelor Born co stage manager
Band 49 50
Probable College Oklahoma University
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Al fnrst started has famous career ln prlvate schools at Texas Caun
try Day which later merged with Cathedral to form the present St
Marks He flrst attended TC D an the fall of 1946 Durlng the next
four years that T C D existed Al s great humor wut and personallty
resulted In hus electxon as president of the Freshman Class
He never cared much for the opposite sex untll these last few
years For the most part Al IS a thinker Every new gadget he
sees lmmedlately becomes his hobby for the next few weeks l-ns
hobbies have ranged from harmonlcas to slusaphones and body
bulldlng to chess Bob has been called a lack ofall trades and
master of none
One of Al s favornte pastimes as the dlscusslon of Incidents that he
has experienced on a trlp he took around the world Because of
hus lackadalslcal attrtude and If everything holds true to form Bob
wlll probably be late to has own funeral
Al has decnded to attend Oklahoma Umverslty where we know
that he wall be a success
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Peanuts came to St Marks this year from Arlmg
ton Herghts Hugh School In Fort Worth Has wonderful
personality and manners rmmednately establlshed hum as
one o' the most popular boys In the Sensor Class He
excelled In sports lettering In both football and soccer
He ns especially known for has fine 'ob of quarterbackung
In the Crozler Tech game a posltlon he had never played
before He qulckly garned a startnng posttnon nn an un
famuluar sport soccer
Talbct was usually a leader In dormitory octlvrtues
hrs motto benng wrne women and song He as often seen
In has Studebaker Green Arrow wnth a load ofthe oppo
sute sex Besudes these extracurrncular actuvntues Talbot has
had an excellent scholastuc record After graduatnng he
plans to attend Cornell We wash hum the best of luck
and know that he wall always contmue to be a success
JOHN TALBOT PENNER
Entered Full of 1952
From Arlington Heights Hugh School
Morksmen Humor Edutor
Football Letter 52
Soccer Letter 53
Lettermen s Club 52
Probable College Cornell
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WILLIAM CHARLES PICKENS
Entered Fall at 1949
From Walnut Hull School
Marksmen Photography Edrtor
History Club 49 50
Social Commrttee 50
Football Letter 52
Soccer Letter 52
Baseball Letters 52 53
Golf Squad 50 51
Rvflery Team 50
Lettermens Club 51 52
Dramotlcs stage executnve 51
Probable College Oklahoma Unrversrty
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Bull entered T C D nn 1949 Since then he has shown a remarkable
ablllty IH both scholarship and athletics He has lettered an football
soccer and baseball as well as being on the first Honor Roll many
Most of hrs free time ns spent huntung and tushnng Koon Kreek IS
has favorite haunt
Durlng has years with Us he has acquired a repertoure of nlck
names Bull Wnllle and Perlans are gusto sample
Hrs puecy statnon wagon has been an oblect of constant rudlcule
Agaun and agam during duscusslons about cars up pops Wlllue s
statron wagon as an example ot the car most llkely to fall apart
We all know that with has curly hair and shell rammed glasses he
wall make a name for himself wherever he goes
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and left In 1948 He came back to St Marks rn 1952
after a long stay In yankee land Buddy had some
bad luck an football this year wtth nnlurues but he
was an unendnng Inspiration to the team with has
chatter and spnrut and has ablllty to knck those pounts
after touchdown when we needed them He has been
a bug asset to basketball and will be a great help nn
Buddy had no trouble regannung hrs old frnendshtps
wuth everyone and he IS noted for has ablltty to relate
tall tales Whenever there us a moment of sllence
the famed Sensor Lounge he always manages
come through wtth some kind ot story
We know that Buddy wuth hrs great personalaty
wall be a success wherever he goes
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Jam came to us from Cathedral after the merger of that
school and TCD into St Marks He lmmeduately um
pressed everyone wnth hrs novel Ideas and sparkling per
sonaluty Always ready to lend a helpung hand he has
earned the gratntude of the whole class He has demon
strated has ability un both academic and athletic flelcls
As center for the football team and goalxe for the soccer
squad he has shown agaun and again the ability to glve
and take whuch has made last lruends for hrm
With all these assets he cant help but be a great suc
cess at Stephen F Austin and again In life
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Broadway Bob as one of the pnoneers ot St Marks
comlng from Cathedral School on the merger Famlluarly
known as the Daddy of the Senuor Class Bob IS a fou
year letterman ID both basketball and football and a
tra captarn ot the football team Broadway has been one
of the leaders of tre Sensor Class or at lea t one of the
n astermunds Bob IS smart and aggresslve and a ways has
a good lune Everybody In school as tamrlnar wlth has fog
ba s A typucal Shirley tale starts I saw hum puck up
a ten ton bar and Wmth thus equnpment to use we feel
ure that Bob can be nothrng but a success rn eyerythmg
Davrd Cobb I a e rc h ng because I need everyThrng To geT ouT oT here
r:.rL, e Dor.gherTy eav ny ex uses To John Allrson
Carl EsTes le e my I OO crhienshrp average To anyone who can use IT
Jody rerguson leave my hoT roddrr g abrIrTy and urbane ways wrTh women To GrIberT
Qvaeacke and wrTh rlrese auaIrTres may he carry on The True The Good arrd TI'e
WalTer Foxwor1h leave my exTreme Iazrness To my Tellow S P LC E fSocreTy for Th
Preservar on oT Lagmess and The Conservahon of Errergyr members Jrm Meeker and
BII Furbush leave my duck Tarls To Drckre Bohannon
Jack Hyman leave my syncopaTed push beaT To Ivlr OConnor
John LeTcher donT leave my rcebox To The Senror Class
Bob Meadows leave my Ipana smrle To I-Ienry Davrs
TalboT Penner beaueaTh my Green Arrow and rTs dubrous repuTaTron To anyone
brave enough To drrve rT
BrIIPrcKens leave my nrcknames Bull and Perlcrns To Frannre Marburger who gave
Them To me rn The TrrsT place
Tony Prrce leave aT IasT
Bcday Rupe leave my name of Red To John Pearcy and a boTTIe of Brrllranhne
Jm Sewell leave my Tomahawlqs To Burke Ivlealy
Bob Shrrley leave my muscles To Bob Amrs because I wonT need Them rn The army
fl e rony Prrce TalboT Penner and BIII Prckens leave CyrrThra To The Dallas Ice Co
IJ Tl Senrors leave 4I O of LII Q CT The uITra uITra modern Senror Lounge To The Junrors
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Backrovv Doerung J Clark Radar Nichols Gaedcke Urnbe Mr Paper
THE J llllllt CLHSS
Our Junior Class was alded and abeted thus year by tour new members Henry Davus
Scott Alexander Homer Radar and Robert Hague ln the tall we elected Davls presldent
what ns usually called rn the year book a dance that was the best ever Eight ot the mem
bers of our class have been on Honor Rolls and eleven have lettered so tar an varsuty sports
Ot these Bohannon made all conference guard un basketball and Davns all conference
tackle an football As a class and as lndmvnduals we have taken part In all the currtcular
socnal and athletlc actnvltnes ot the school In short the Junmors have been IU everythnng
Meeker vice-president, and Pearcy secretary-treasurer. With Mrs. Cobb's help we produced
Front row Cutler Aston Wotson Reimer Second row H Byrd Nysewonder
Allison Aldredge Bock row Debus Col Boyle Anderson
THE SOPH0lll0llIE CLHSS
This yeors Sophomore Closs was composed of nine boys oll of whofn ore old This
is the smollest closs in the school Dovid Wotson wos elected president Jim Aston vice
Wotson monoger lettered in tootboll this yeor As yet the other sports hove not ended
but there ore mony prospective letterrnen in soccer boseboll ond troclc The closs is repre
ented on the Student Council by Aldredge ond Aston Aldredge hos oppeored on the
Honor Roll mony times
The Sophomore Donce in Morch otter mony postponements turned out to be o tre
The closs wishes to express our thonks to Col Boyle who os our sponsor hos helped
us in everything we hove done
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president, Bob Cutler, treosurer, ond Ross Reimer, secretory. Allison, Aston, Reimer ond
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D Mahoney Marcus R Moore D Threadglll Back row L Moore Hull M Mahoney Newton Kung Butler
McCutcheon Wnlson Mr Johnson
THE FITESHITTITIT CTHSS
Thus years Freshman Class ranks among the best and largest In St Mark s hnstory We are
under the competent sponsorshlp of Mr Johnson and his able assistant David This years class
has had nts share of cmzenshup and scholastuc honors wnth Adleta Scurry Butler Threadgull
and Murray appearnng often on the Honor Rolls
The class oftlcers are Aclleta presudent Clark vuce presudent Adams secretary and G
Scurry treasurer Adleta was elected to the Student Council and IS stlll servtng has term
The Freshman Class conslsts of 23 boys There are nine new boys Gay Dyer McCutcheon
L Moore R Moore Newton Rudman D Threadgnll and Murray
The Freshman Class contributed to varsnty sports wnth Adams letternng In football
The Freshman dance wlll go down ID the annals ot the school as the best dance ever glven
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Huggins Mosher Scluepps
P Cloyd Yoncey Second
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Fields Hown Burrow Ouslef
Fleet Huckrnon McLeon Bock
W Mr Mullans Merru
Sclwoenemon Brown Knorpp
Let M Cory Powell M
Front row Toylor Rogers P
Corr Knlporrrck G Wofson
Hlggnns J Foxworflw
Adleto A DErruco Second
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Wulluoms Johnson Horlon
Corroll N Jones Lungo Boclf
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J Alexander Back row Mr
Caldow Wright I Threadgull
Frontrow Daniel Neece
Worsham D Huggins Jac
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Second row C Byrd Burrus
D Jones Hodges W Roberts
M Burney Beckett Back roN
Mr Malburger Bland Paine
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Furs? row Goedcke Penner Meeker Meoly Ferguson Second row Mr Plper Hogue Furbush McCutcheon
Lefcher Anderson Mr Connelly Thxrd row D Threodgnll Bohonnon Wilson Butler Bock row Uribe Kung
UPPER SlIH00l DORIIllTORY
The boorders of ST lvlorlc s llve ln l-llggunbofhom l-loll o one story ronch style dormrfory
completed IH l95O provldlng comforfoble spoce for opproxumofely fully occuponfs The
Upper ond Middle School boorders ore seporofed by o Commons Room vvhlch both dnvn
slons use for recreoflon The room IS equipped wa h o Televlsuon seT o lubrory of severol
hundred volumes ond severol gomes
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Second row G DErruco Pryor I Threodgull Merlduth
Bock row Mrs FulTon
IIIIIJDLE SCH00l DURIIIITURY
Fnve foculTy house rnosTers under The d1recTuon of Mr J J Connolly sensor House
mosTer ore IU chorge of l-lugglnboThom I-loll RopporT be+w en sTudenTs ond ToculTy as such
Thor The oTmosph re as nnformol On week ends Th School plons recreononol ounngs for
The boorders These ounngs Include hors bock rndlng roller ond Ice skonng rnovnes ond
fooTboll gomes Trlps To The zoo ond mueeurns Theofre 53 ond The Dollos Symphony
Fnrst row Prlce W Plckens
Dougherty W Foxworth
enner Furbush Estes
Letcher Second row Davis
J Clark Nichols Meelcer
Urube Doerlng Thlrd row
Aldredge Watson Back row
Butler Scurry D Threadglll
To make the first Honor Roll a boy nnust have an average of at least 85 OO or have all of has grades
above 80 OO and he must also have a cltlzenshlp average above l SO lt ns an honor to be on this team
and because of the very stttt requirements every boy strrves to mak thus group The second Honor Roll
IS made up of boys who have an average ot 75 OO or all grades above 70 OO and a cltlzenshlp average
a bove l 50
Front row Schoeneman
Mosher Hawn Burrow C
Roberts Ousley Tygrett
Fields Second row J Fox
worth Kllpatrlck Harlan T
Adleta H Huggins Third row
McBurney Jacques Wors
ham Panne Daniel Back row
Stevens Vaughn J Alexan
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THE SEIIIUR ST DEIIT COUIlCll
Thls year as un The pasT The STudehT Couhcll has Taken a large
parT of The school goverhmem oh :Ts shoulders The changes of The pas
several years have made Thus a Truly represehTaTlve body of The sTu
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Wo how D Hrggms Mo h r Choomon S Hoellkop
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dems. With such o coumol The sfudem body Connor Pero but continue
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Furst row Hyman Prlce Estes Ferguson Dougherty Penner Letcher Second row Furbush Sewell Rupe Shirley
Mr Nelson Cobb Meadows Back row VV Pnckens W Foxworth
Edntor ID Chief
Assistant Advertlslng Manager
A slstant Photography Edltor
Assustant Sports Edutor
Asst tant Humor Editor
A t Cantor
A snstant Art Edrtor
CARL ESTES II
Photography Editor ...,....,.... BILL PICKENS
First row Mr Marburger Mr Pip Let her W Pick 'ts Furhush Rupe Shirley W Foxworth Dougherty Cobb
Ferguson Price Penner Sewell Estes Mr Lenz Backrow Alexander Bohannon Mealy Aldredge Adams Uribe
THE LETTERIIIEIIS CLUB
With an ever expanding group of lettermen the Lettermen s Club cannot fall to become
more and more important un the lute of the school Wuth Coach Marburgers leadership
the club will certainly dominate the future of th student body
This body symbolizes the ultimate achuevement of an upper schooler and represents
an ideal for the middle chooler to attain Although th club is fairly rew it l'as already
earned its place in the make up of the school This aroup is close knit and forms a nucleus
for the whole school to work around
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At the begnnnung ot the school yeor tl'e bond wos smoll but otter o lnttle encourogernent
durung tootboll seoson Mr E L Mous vvos oble to whnp up o tune orgonnzotlon vvnth the
boclung ot the student body Mr Mous us dlrector of the bond The Upper School Morks
mon Bond hos ployed tor severol Muddle School donces Thus ts o bond which we reolly
con be proud of tor we hove seen tt develop
Font row H t-luggtns Debus D Threodgtll Buler A DEruco D l-tggn Horlon Second row l-lozlewood
McBurney Chtlders Aston Deortng Bond Ktrg Cutler Mr Mou Bock row Letcher Ousley Wllson Crowlord
Frrst row Goedcke Furbush Ferguson Estes Rupe Dougherty J Peorcy Second row Letcher Aldredge Alllson
Shirley W Pickens Meeker Third row Morcus Nchols Doerlng Shopcxrd Rodor Hull Cutler N Peorcy J
Adleto Bock rovv W Foxworth l-lyrron M oly M Rudmon Wilson D Threodgull Scurry Dovls Murroy
Bohonnon Wotson Pruce Cobb J Clork Butler Col Boyle
THE HISTUHY CLUB
The l-lustory Club hos hod onother successful yeor durung 52 53 As o competent super
vnsor Colonel R D Boyle hos held meetnngs monthly In vvhnch focts of hnstorucol Interest
ore duscussed ond slgnuf cont movles ore shown The pope s on hustorncol events ore pre
pored ond reod by the students After severol popers hove been reod some movnes ore
shown After the movies ony further comments ore mode ond the meetnng as odlourned
ot vvhuch tnme refreshments ore served
The offucers of the club were Corl Estes II president Jody Ferguson vlce presldent
Jnrn Meeker secretory ond Dovld Wotson treosurer
Under the leodershnp of Colonel Boyle we ore sure the Hnstory Club vvull contunue to
be on outstondung osset to the school os well os to the students
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The traditional, formal Senior Ball was held at Northwood Country Club or May 22 this year. The
ballroom was decorated with silver wine coolers filled with magnolia blossoms, daisies, other white flowers
and green ify. Jack Cline's orchestra played from nine until one o'clock,
The Marksman dinner was also held at the Country Club. Attending were the Seniors and dates,
Juniors and dates parents of seniors, senior faculty and trustees. The yearbook was dedicated to
This wri eup is very unusual in that rnany people will be reading this social note at the Senior
Ecll Neat trick what?
THE SOPH0lHOHE DHHTIE
The Sophomore dance was held in the gym on March 20 The theme was Dixieland Jambore
The backdrop behind the orchestra was made to look like an old Southern plantation In front of tl
band was a brick wall with azaleas in front of this The azaleas and other plants were furnished by
vtrs B n Nysewander John Brooks and his band played for dancing from nine un il twelve
The cla s officers in charge of the dance were David Watson president Jim Aston vice presid t
anc Ross Reimer secretary
Several members of the senior class with their dates attracted some attertion by sitting in a circl
in front of the band and clapping time to the music Seen in this rhythmic gathering were Bru e
Dougherty with lane Moody Tony Price and Nancy Fisher Jack Hyman and Jim Doggie in the
THE .I HIHH ITHHCE
The Junior Dance was the second school dance to be held in the gym thi year lt Nas a bubbl
dance blu h with thousands of balloons and a bubble blower Th decorations hcd been removed bf
seu enir seekers by the time the dance was over This dance was the homecorning dance with ths
Cassady School football team as special guests Henry Davis president and Jim Meeker social cha rnian
were the Junior class officers present at the dance This dance was so successful that it receixed a
write up in the Hockacl1yForcast a rare honor and prifilege Described in he Forcast Nas Walter
Fokworths dress for the dance This consisted of a blue checked vest set off nf his Day Glo belt of
honing red R d Rupe Ill was also seen i a pair of fright red suspender E u e Doughc y wc
totecl fer h s brilliant fuorescent rec soy
THE EHESHHTHH DHHCE
The decorations were made up of autumn leaves corn stalks and a scarecrow M 46 Conell s band play c
o the dance f om nine until twel e oclock The climax ofthe e ening cart tr Re Rcp .vas
dying h s i ture taken fvitn another n ns ffe t-lofv aa L a
ic r it c ar e of e dan e were Ja k Adleta p d nt and G orge a ident
ii e by Mr D b ia c airn i s won o la nan
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Off' e s 's h g th c c , resi e ., . e s Cl rrk, vice-pres' ,
cd d s. . L. Cob , Jr., soc' l h A 'af and Mr VJ, X1 Ne 't ,c -c ir - ..
Front row J Buxton Humphrey Rlchard Ramsey Mr OConnor Second row G Watson McCarty York Fleet
Campbell Danxel Jacques Mossman Bywaters E Buxton G Schoellkopl Olmstead Third row Krlpatnck D
Htgglns J Smith Carr Maxson Worsham Mr Sllllman Back row Dougherty Prnce Sewell Alluson D Watson
Aston J Pearcy Aldredge Mr Boyer Mrs Hyman Mrs Knlpatrtck
the chour has become one ot the best boys chours an thus part ofthe country lt has sung several Evenpsalms
and a Chrustrras carol service whuch was broadcast over KRLD The two malor works of the year were
the TE DEUM which was done at Farr Park Audltoruum and the Mozart Mass which was sung at Unw rsltv
Park Methodnst Church Other nmportant events were the road trlps to Corpus Chrustu Austnn and San
Antonio The hugh spot of the chonrs social year was the Boars Head party whnch was held at the
DeGolyer residence The upp r school members had a wonderful dance at the Dallas Athletuc Club whnch
was a boomnng success
Thus year the chour lost nts tour charter basses Jvn oewell Jack Hyman Bruce Dougherty and Tony
Prnce But the bass section has grown to nme members so It wall be able to carry on
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SHIRLEY Back DOUGHERTY Back REIMER Tackle
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ST M RKSl3 JES lT0
On September 26 St Marks went to Jesuit Hugh School to
play the openmg game of the T952 season Soon after the
knck off Jesuit lost the ball to St Marks on downs The Ltons
then went ahead to score a touchdown when Bob Shtrley ran
over from the twenty yard lane Bruce Dougherty successfully
kicked the extra pomt After several more attempts on St Mark s
part to score Buddy Rupe flnally connected wtth Walter Fox
worth for another touchdown Dougherty again attempted to
convert but was unsuccessful Deep In the third quarter Jesutt
punted and Jtm Aston took the ktck returned tt about ten yards
St Marks on the next play Even though Gllbert Gaedcke
recovered a fumble durmg the fourth quarter and Foxworth
mtercepted a pass no score was made durmg the last half
Bruce Dougherty s runnmg was the key to a St Mark s 25 2
wan over Htghland Park B team on Thursday October 2 Dur
mg the second penod a pass from QB Hayden Schtllmg to
Dougherty for 25 yards set up the ftrst score Bruce raced 50
G CLARK Back D MAHONEY Guard ALEXANDER Back
and fumbled the ball to Jesuit who in turn fumbled it back to
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yards around end for the tally John Allnson mlssed the extra polnt In the thurd peruod John
Letcher recovered a Scottle fumble On a hand off Dougherty went through the mlddle to
score on a 50 yard taunt Bruce mtssed the pomt Later un the same quarter Jnm Aston unter
cepted a pass on the Llons 40 Several plays later Dougherty scored agam on a 50 yard
run around left end Again he fauled to klck the pount The peruod was almost over when
a Scot broke through and blocked a Lnon klck on about the T5 yard lane ln St Mark s end
Thus Highland Park made theur only score when the ball rolled out of the end zone for a
safety In the muddle of the fourth penod Dougherty made has fourth touchdown on a
90 yard gallop through the middle This tlme he successfully kicked the extra pount
The Llons flrst loss came on Frlday October T0 when tl-ey met Sunset St Marks was
scheduled to meet the B squad but they actually played the A squad Even so the
Llons outfought Sunset all the way ln the second peruod Shirley scored from the ten on
a plunge through the muddle Later ln the same quarter Dougherty passed to Alllson for
another touchdown Late In the fourth perlod the Lnons came back to score agann on a
T0 yard pass from Dougherty to Allison Wnth the defense a lnttle loose Sunset won 26 T8
St Marks played Klnkald for the fnrst tame on October T7 Durlng the first quarter
very llttle happened The offense for St Mark s made a poor showlng but the defense was
In top shape Early an the second period Knnkaud passed for a touchdown from the St
Marks 25 yard lane but at was nulllfled by a penalty Later In the same p ruod they ran
back Hayden Schilling s punt for 40 yards to the Llons 4 On the next play they ran It
over They fauled to make the pomt after touchdown Then St Marks started a drlve tl'at
Rupe dldnt have a chance to klck the extra pomt ln the thlrd peruod Kunkaud passed for
another touchdown but It was called back ln the fourth quarter they fumbled on the
50 yard lme and Tony Przce recovered nt A Dougherty to Schlllmg pass galned 35 yards
and Dougherty ran xt over from the T5 when he falled to fund any pass receivers Thus
tvme Rupe klcked the extra pomt Later In the fourth peruod wlth the ball on the 20 yard
llne In Kunkaud territory Jody Ferguson went tl'rough the right slde of the lnne four stranght
fumes untsl he scored Agam Rupe made the pomt after touchdown
The game wuth Crozaer on October 24 was one of the toughest of the season They
scored mudway through the furst quarter after a long 60 yard dnve The extra pomt was
blocked by the hard charging St Marks lme Later durnng the penod Crozner punted to
safety man Foxworth Eehnnd beautiful blockmg he rambled 60 yards for a touchdown
The score was now tled 6 6 Rupe havmg fouled to klck the extra pomt The second quarter
was practically a repeat of the flrst one Crozner set up a long drive that resulted ID
another score and they led T2 6 Later In the peruod tl'ey punted and agaun Foxworth
went for the touchdown with the help of bruslng blockmg of the forward wall With the
score tled Rupe came through to gave the Lions the lead by klcklng the extra pomt Durnng
the third perlod Bob Shurley broke loose through the muddle and ran 50 yards for the
score Agam Rupe converted ln the closing mmutes of the same peruod Crozier scored
agann on a long druve Agam they fanled to convert and thus the game ended wlth St
Marks squeezung by 20 T8
St Stephen s klcked off to Shirley who took the ball un the end zone and ran at out to
the three On the next play Prlce went through the mlddle He was hut hard and fumbled
and St Stephens recovered A few plays later St Stephens scored Then they ran the
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pounT over To make The score 7 0 AfTer ThaT early breakThrough boTh ST STephen s and
ST Marks were unable To score during Tlse fnrsT half The Lions defense was superb buT
Thelr offense was havung very rough golng because of The Tnlury of DougherTy Early In
The second half The Lsons recovered a ST STephen s fumble on The ST Mark s 40 yard llne
A few plays IaTer Shrrley broke Through The mnddle and dndnT sTop unTnl he was caughf
from behind on The ST STephens sux Ferguson Then drove Through The r1ghT srde of The
lrne To score for The Llons DougFerTy s aTTempT To conve T failed and ST STephen s led 7 6
ST Marks Then kicked off ST STephen s Took The ball on Theur own 30 and ran TT all The
way for a Touchdown Thrs Tame however Theur Try for The exTra pounT fouled ln The fnnal
period Ferguson rnTercepTed a pass LaTer Schilling passed To FoxworTh for a long gann
buT To no avail ST STephen s won l3 6
On November 8 ST Marks really wenT rnTo The losing column Cassady gourneyed
down from Oklahoma CrTy To glve The Lnons a Tough game Early rn The fursT auarTer Cas
sady score and made The polnT They scored again from The Ten durrng The second perrod
Durung The frrsT half ST Marks made a poor showlng The offense was weak and The
defense was havung Trouble In The Thrrd quarTer Cossady reeled off Two more Touchdown
runs of 62 and 40 yards aplece In The laTe parT of The period Jody Ferguson recovered
a Cassady fumble on The Oklahoma Teams 25 yard llne Three plays IaTer quarTerback
Hayden Schullrng passed To FoxworTh for a Lron score from The T0 yard llne ST Mark
farled To make The po1nT afTer Touchdown ln The wannng momenTs of The frnal perlod
Henry Davis broke Through Tfe Cassady llne To naul The ball carrler IU has end zone Thus
The Lrons goT a safeTy Funal score ST Marks 8 Cossady 33
On Friday November T4 ST Marks wenT down To l-lousTon To play ST Johns Thus
was The season s worsf game wnTh The Lrons wlndung up on The wrong srde of a 33 To 7
score ST Mark s only Tally came laTe ID The funal p nod on a pass from Rupe To FoxworTh
IT was The resulT of ST Mark s only susTarned drmve Rupe kicked The exTra point
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THE FO0TBlTll Bflllll ET
The football banquet was held rn the gym on November 2lst The varsuty lettermen theur dates
and therr parents were guests of the school for dtnner The gym was beautrfully decorated by Mrs
Leonard Nlchols and her commuttee
Mr Red McLaun was guest speaker The team presented Coaches Mambo and Pe per each a
small token of our esteem The varsity team of next year suffered a great loss by the passung on of
Letcher Davld Cobb Talbot Fenner Jam Sewell Bull Furbush Tony Price Buddy Rupe Bruce Dougherty
and Bull Prckens
Underclassmen who lettered were Scott Alexander Jam Clark John Allison Henry Davrs Ross
Rermer Gllbert Caedclce John Adams Fernando Urlbe Hayden Shtllang Jrm Aston Rrchard Bohannon
and Davud Watson
the Class of 253. Senior lettermen this year were: Jody Ferguson, Vwlalter Foxworth, Carl Estes, John
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Name of Player Fouls
Free Throws Free Throws Free Throws
Attempted Made Mode
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Total Pomis Game
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FERGUSON AND ESTES
Furs? row Penner Nxchols Aston J Peorcy Ferguson Estes W Pnckens Reimer Adoms Second row Goy Uribe
Kung Murroy N Peorcy Wilson Meoley H Byrd Debus Bock row J Clork Hymon Cobb Moore D Threodglll
5 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 - 1 1 - 5 1
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ST Mark s soccer Team sTarTed Traunung un The laTTer parT of Novem
ber and played The TursT game of The season agaunsT CuTy Park on
The lOTh of December ST Marks won l To O wuTh Bob Amus scorung
The yuTal pounT The nexT game was played un January agaunsT The
KnughT Rauders ST Marks won Thus game 3 To Q wuTh CuTler scorung
Two pounTs and AsTon one In The nexT game CuTler came Through
agaun and scored The sungle pounT oT The game whuch caused ST
Marks To beaT The OpTumusTs Two games were played wuTh Cassady
School of Oklahoma The TursT game was a OTo O Tue and The nexT
game was won by Cassady l To O Two games were also played
agaunsT Allen Academy In The TursT game Allen beaT ST Marks 2 To
buT ST Marks came back un The second game To beaT Allen l To O
CuTler scored The wunnung pounT un The lasT game beTween ST Mark
and Allen The Junuor Mulhausers beaT ST Marks 8 To u
OuT oT The eughT games played durung The T952 53 soccer season
ST Marks lasT only Thre games The hugh pounT man beung Bob
CuTler wuTh a ToTaI oT Tuve pounTs To hus creduT The Team was coached
by Mr l-l W enz
Thus squad beaT The Texas sTaTe champuons and Thus could be con
sudered sTaTe champuons Themselves
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FlrsT row DougherTy Urlbe Rupe W Pickens J AdleTa
Second row Mr Marburger Gay Nichols Furbush Bohannon
Back row BuTler EsTes Relmer AsTon VV FoxworTh Aldredge
On March T8 ST Marks lourneyed To Fr: co To play The openmg game of The V253 season Despn
The heavy huTTung of Wa'Ter Foxworrh and Bull Pnckens who each got a double ST Marks fouled To
capTure The lead and losT 8 2 DougherTy was on The mound To Take The loss Ruckens and AdleTa scored
for ST Mark s
Two days laTer on The 2OTh ST Marks wenT To Ennis To play ST Johns FoxworThs sungle and O
double and Nrchols Two sungles however were noT enough To wan ST Marks losT l4 7 Aldredge Took
The loss before he was relleved by Furbush who rn Turn gaze way To Rupe
ST Johns of Ennus came To ST Marks on The 25Th of March DougherTy pufched a no huTTer and
struck cuT TourTeen men an even nnnungs Plckens Q01 Two singles To help ST Marks unlo The wan column
2 l wnh Rupe and DougherTy accounting Tor The Two scores
On Aprul l3 Boys Rancn came To Dallas To play ST Marks Nuchols and Urlbe were The only Llon
To geT hiTs buT Dougherfys piTching gave ST. Marks The vicTory by a score of 3-2, FoxworTh Rupe and
DougherTy scored wiTh Bruce as The winning run.
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The Marksmen staff wishes to thank the followung for their co operatlon
and efforts In making thus book posslble
Art Mrs Joe E Estes and Mlss Carol Estes
Prlntung Wlllnam S Henson Inc
Typography John A Scott Co
General American Onl Co
Pictures - Hodges Photography
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To lnvlte anyone nmplles
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has happiness all the time
that he us under our roof
The Marksmen staff washes to thank the
follownng friends of the school for the com
plumentary quarter page of advertusmg
subscribed by each of them
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A LA CARTE MENU
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Parrlos Spaghetti House
Cooks Modern Home
Kenney Asel Art Supplles
Country Club Pharmacy
Dr and Mrs H C Coggeshall
Inwood Glidden Paint and Onl
Betty McLean Galleries
Mrs J G Estes
B RRIS ILLS, Inc
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g1acluat1on In a truly xx onde1 ful occas1on car1y1ng Wlth It
eve1y pFOm1S6 of a successful fUtUl6
Remembe1 you1 fuendlv 9l6Ct11C se1vant Redclx Iulovs att mll
alu ays be on hand 111 y0U1 home and at VSO1k to help you enjoy
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Across Street f om Hotel Adolphus
B C CLEANING HILLCREST
House Cleanmg rlendly Neighborhood Bank
Where Your Business ls
Wall to Wall Carpets Cleaned
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The Marksmen staff wishes to thank the following friends of the school for
the complimentary halt-page advertisement subscribed by each of them:
C. G. McBurney
American Liberty Oil Co.
H. Leslie Hill
Morse G. Spenser
J. E. Johnson
Cecil H. Green
Claiborne, Reed and Pate
The Hockaday School
Phil Shepps Distributors
Mrs Tom E Cranflll
West Park Pharmacy
Leave Your Car at
Nici-lol.s A Fr-end
1320 Commerce Street
iAcross from Adolphus Hotel
The Marl-csrnen staff wishes to thank the following friends ot the school for
the complimentary tull page ot advertising subscribed by each ot them:
Mr. and Mrs. Joe E. Estes
Couchman Advertising Agency
Mrs. C. W. Boller
Mr and Mrs William F Burrow
Mr and Mrs Lewis C Roberts Jr
Mr and Mrs Lenton Watson
Mr Robert Dearing
Thomas W Gray
Wilson H Brown
Dal as Texas
Mr and Mrs Joseph C Ferguson
J R McLean Oil Accountants
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The Marksmen staff wishes to thank the
following frlends of the school for the com
pllmentary quarter page of advertrsmg
subscribed by each of them
Contractors Sheet Metal Works
Doran Chevrolet Company
Charles C Plerce
6116 Lemmon Avenue A B Cass .lr Real Estate
Dunes and Craft
J C Olivers
Harrell s Gaston Avenue Pharmacy
Joe W Smith
Pame Drlllmg Compan
' Beck's Fried Chicken
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Commodore Perry Hotel
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Casa De Palmas Hotel
MCAI en, Texos
DEE and HATTIE
We Pamper Your Clothes
Umon 2965 Vlctor 0555
901 S Ervay
The Morksmen staff washes to thank the
following friends of the school for the com
plnmentary quarter page of advertlsnng
subscrnbed by each of them
Oscar Rosen and Co
Highland Park Pharmacy
Tenmson Floral Company
Home Beverage Servlce
Charles B Campbell
Children s Center
First Community Church
Walnut Hull Jewelers
Preston Square Garden Shop
J Malcolm Hazelwood
The Posey Shop
Atlas Plumbing and Heatung
For Neater Work
There Is No Substitute
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The Marksmen staff wlshes to thank the following friends of the school tor
the complimentary full page advertisement subscribed by each of them
Mr and Mrs Robert Gates Folk
Mrs Cecil R York
Mr and Mrs A'bertSlss1nan
St Mathews Cathedral
Mr J D Brown
Drake Alexander and Drake ln
Mr. and Mrs, Wilson Schoellkopt
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The Marksmen staff wishes to thank the
following friends of the school for the com-
plimentary quarter page of advertising
subscribed by each of them:
Knox Street Hardware
Park Cities Motors Compliments of
Breedlove Service Station
Ball Brothers Glass Co.
Lingo and Bailey, Inc.
Preston Road Pharmacy
Chamberlin Brothers Auto Financing
E O Smith
Mr and Mrs H V Tygrett
Mr and Mrs G H Vaughn Jr
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Light Meduum Heavy Duly
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Phone: RAndoIph 7751 Phone: 1067
Shop with the Merchants in the
Highland Park Shopping Village
FLIPPEN PRATHER STORES INC
The Marksmen staff wishes to thank the following trlends of the school for
the complimentary halt page advertisement subscribed by each ot them
Roberts Lumber Company
State Farm Insurance Companies
Adams Service Station
Johnson Brothers Crevrolet
Northwest Lumber Company
Uvalde Construction Company
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Complimenfs ' PRINTING e ENGRAVING
6916 Snider Plcnzo
Phone JUs1ln 4435
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SABINE LUMBER COMPANY
The Marksmen staff wishes to thank the
followung frlends of the school for the com
pllmentary quarter page of advertising sub
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W M Lmgo Jr and Family
Simon Davld Company
H W Harber
Kung Furnlture Company
Adams Food Stores
Midwest Contracting Company
Hudspeth Greenhouse 8. Flower Shop
Dallas Council for World Affairs
Life and Qualifying Member
Mllllon Dollar Round Table
Estate Creation and Analysis
Business and Tax Insurance
Jones Glidden Paint Stores - - -
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For BusIness For Pleasure
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followmg tnends of the school tor the com
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ClIne MUSIC Company
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For Complete Informatlon
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UPPER SCHOOL XII
Cobb Dond L 3800 Shenandoah LO 8091
Daugherty Bruce Jr 6546 8obOLmks Dr TE 4429
Estes Carl L 11 5846 Desco Dr EM 2112
Ferguson Jas C Jr M111 Pond House Zwolle Lo 2061
Foxworth Nalter L 5506 D Loache EM 936
Eurbush Wrlluam V 5015 Denver Galveston 57107
Hyman John F Jr 4717 Lawther Dr FA 1976
Letcher John H Rockda'e Add n Mnomt Oklahoma 2085
Meadows Robert A 6601 Turtle Creek JU 7622
Penner J Talbot 1406 Thomas P1 Ft Worth SU1948
Puckens WI1luam C 10001 Preston Ro FO8 6436
Price Anthony J 7906 Brook Hollow Rd D1 8813
Rupe D Gordon Ill 4211 Lowther Dr FA 2010
Sewell arnes C 4816 Swtss Afe UN 3860
Shnrley Robert F 6471 Pemberton Dr EM 5793
UPPER SCHOOL XI
Alexander J Scott Coppell Texas Carrollton 3716
Amns Robert W 9700 Audubon Place EL 1756
Bohannon Richard 304 Aye AWest Barksdole Arr Farce Bn e c
Clark James H Jr 5600 Farquhor Lone D1 2493
Dovxs Henry W Htghlonder Hotel LO 3844
Doerang John P 5830 Avernll Way EM 3508
Goedcke Gtlbert P O Box 2002 Houston KE 0809
Houge W Robert 1301 Aye M Cusco 326
Mealy G Burke 1622 So Newport Tulsa Okla
Meeker JamesJ 6221 Kenwnck Rd Ft Worth PE 6222
Nuchols Wtlltam B 6900 Bolttmore Dr EM 0146
Peorcy John K Rt 5 Box 662 Dallas 9 OA3 7217
Rader Homer J 4700 Vtlalnut H111 Lane 019049
Urtbe Fernando Jr 316 Col Vista Hermosa Monterrey Mex
UPPER SCHOOL X
Aldredge H R III 4501 Htghland Dr LA 7979
Alltson W John Jr 6948 Lakeshore FA 2192
Anderson F Doug 303E 2nd St Claremore Okla
Aston James W J 5000 Royal Lane EM 5349
Byrd D Harold Jr 6909 Vassar Dr EM 7851
Cutler Robert H 9982 Rockbrook Dr DI 4456
D us Jorts F J 5418 M rceJes TE 3 0
Nysewander Ben 111 13948 Preston Rd EM 0298
eamer Ross A 4463 Boom N E 4
I tson Da d L 0 4 nw D14
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Adams John Q II1 6247 D Loacne EM 1404
eta E acksan 6330 D wc EM 4
Annesley John 4542 If sw JU 9082
er J mes S Jr 311 Broad St DeRtdder Lo 7
Clark George 9054 Brnarwood Lane D1 1386
Dyer Bontan 3837 McFa ltn LA 7610
y omas W J 5 6 Wencn 1- D 7
Henry L Jr 9122 Inwood Rd D17
Kung K nn th 4410 Ross Ave EL6 68
Mahoney Donnel M 9779 Audubon Place DIO456
Mahoney Mlchoel 9779 Audubon Place 010456
Marcus Ruchord C One Nonesuch Rd V18442
McCutcheon W W IV Toyohftlle Texas Toll Pecos Texas
Moore H Leslxe Il 5217 Shodywood Lone D1 1323
Moore Robert T 5217 Shodywoad Lane D11323
Murray Robert C 3101 Greenbruer EM 2151
Newton Wllluom W Jr 4703 Vttnldwood Dr D17204
Peorcy Norman Rt 5 Box 662 Dallas 9 OA3 7217
Rudman Mrchael E 5507 Elden D FO8 8008
Scurry Ruchordson 5530 Wlnston Court EM 1477
Shapard Wllllam B 4211 Lorrolne JU 4993
Threodglll F Dycus 1111 Eire Shreveport La 75068
Wllson Robert W 10600 Preston Rd EM 1005
MIDDLE SCHOOL VIII
Brown Wnlsan G 5339 Surrey Ctrcle DI 5271
Burrow Wlltarn F J 4656 Meodowood Rd D1 3680
Calhoun Jarrell W 5314 Northwest Hway EM 3139
Chapman John H 3545 Wentwood EM 2412
Clayd M Preston 6122 DeLoache EM 3587
Crawford Roger W 5417 Northbrook EM 7812
Ftelds Bert J 14402 Preston Box 659 OA3 7211
Fleet John J I1 5522 Montrose EL 3501
Hawn W Russell Jr 6901 Baltlmore Dr EM 0948
Hozlewoad James G 9301 Meadowbrook EM 1244
Hackman Robert F 4517 Valley Rldge R Dl21I8
Knarpp Wesley P Clarendon T xas 116
Lett Robert A 5519 Drone Dr EL 3373
McCarty Justtn S 111 4824 Shadywoad Lane D12009
McLean John R 11 5526 Delooche EM 1375
Merrnll Fred H 6129 McComrnas TE 7958
Mosher Wtlluam J 3533 Rosedale LO 2145
Ousley Jon S Box 405 Celtno Tex 20
Powell Ernest L 7711 Morton E14552
Roberts L Charles 9401 Meadowbrook Dr EM 1925
Schepps Le 6708 Avalon TR 0617
Schoenernan BortonF Jr 5420 Swlss Ave TE 9860
Spencer Nelson H 5122 DeLoache EM 2161
Stewart Wtlluarn F 4300 Staniord FO8 8861
Tygr tt Howard V J 3017 Southwestern EM 4037
Yancey S Foster Jr 4669 Edmondson EL 3585
MIDDLE SCHOOL VII
6330 DeLoacne EM 4040
6700 Forest Lane Rt 7 FO8 7589
Car all Donald B 3924 Marquette EM 3316
Chtlderg James G 9919 Cornelta Lone
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Couchrran Thomas L 5828 Joyce Way EM 2134
D Er cc Albert P J 4818 B ookvtew EM 1269
Faxworth John P 5506 DeLooche EM 2936
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Hrggrns Houston W 10600 Preston Rd EM 2518
Johnson Peter W 3016 Multon JU 5272
Jones J Noel 3928 Centenary EM 1537
Kllpotrlck Michael J 5123 Wlllns Ave Vl0868
Lmgo W Mac Ill 6815 Baltrmore Dr EM 6815
Maxon John DeG 4434 Northwest H way D1 1232
Mayfreld A Andrew 910 S Botse DArc Tyler Tex 4690
Prckens Robert H 10001 Preston Rd FO8 6436
Rogers Rrchard G 10621 Straut Lane EM 1212
Ruiz Roberto Hldalgo 5 Oueretaro Qro Mex
Stnrllng John Robt 1005 Kensington Rd Grosse Pointe Mtch TU2 7942
Taylor Bruce C 4321 Unrverslty Blvd LO 6342
Watson Glenn B 8014 Inwood Rd Dl4410
Wxlluams James L 4822 March Ave D1 9680
MIDDLE SCHOOL VI
Amls J Mlchael 9700 Audubon Place EL 1756
Beckett Thomas G Ill 3868 Potomac LA 5502
Burrus Jack P lll 6905 Vassar Dr EM 6040
Byrd Caruth C 6909 Vassar Dr EM 7851
Campbell C Vance Jr 5300 DeLoache EM 3539
Damel John M Box 42 Farmers Bran N17 7244
Dearung W Robert 6034 Meadow Rd EMl559
DErrlco George V 4818 Brookvrew Dr EM 1269
Hodges Leon Jr 4272 Bordeaux JU 7381
Jacques Reeve J 7014 Meadow Lake FA 1902
Jones Damel S 5630 Rnchard VI 5393
McBurney Charles G Jr 4426 Brookvew Dr DI140
Neece James H 5330 Dentwood CIFCIC EM 1304
Paune Wrlluam P 4911 Shadywood Lane DI 1298
Roberts Wrlllam H Box 247 Irving Texas RII534
Worsham Joseph A I 5445 Dentwood D FO8 8993
MIDDLE SCHOOL V
Alexander John A 4311 Rhenms Place JU 5326
Carr M Weatherby 6700 Forest Lane FO8 7589
Coggeshall Howard C 5537 Wateka Dr9591
Hammonds Olrver E 8155 Santa Clara FA 4826
Merldlth Dustm 6711 Lakewood Blvd TA 0611
Mrddleton Reggie 3500 Prrnceton JU 9251
Mitchell David A 8823 Brrarwood Lane DI 1804
Mossman Stuart L 5519 Belmont TE 4642
Newbury Curtus R 4324 Stanhope JU 9594
Pryor Mack 431 N Park Uvalde Tex 115
Rudman W Eugene 5507 Edlen FO8 8008
Schoellkopt Alan 6908 Hunters Glen Rd LA 1373
Stevens Davud F 4346 Woodfnn Dr DI3230
Threadgrll Irl G 1111 Erre Shreveport La 7 068
Vaughn Grady H lll 6748 Avalon UN 4731
Vollmer Robert 4216 Shenandoah LA 1114
Wrught Thom A Ill 3417 St Johns Dr LO6 8
York Peter 4661 No Versalles LA1316
LOWER SCHOOL IV
Andrade Mschael S 10132 Holloway EM 3158
Bonds John L 3537 Marquette EM 3501
xton G Edward Ill 3411 Wyll D D10
Bywaters Davld VV 4329 Wnndsor Pkwy LO 1638
Castleman Wm P lll Box 755 Royal Lane EM 4703
Covington Robert 4647 Mlron D1 1209
Hull Charles H lll 5126 Brookvuew D EM 2827
Hughes Mnchael 6870 Gaston FA 0672
Jones Davrd W 5630 Richard V1 5393
Olmsted Robt M Jr 4305 Windsor Pwky LO 3622
Prckens John T 10001 Preston Rd FO8 6436
Ramsey Allen Jr 4556 Bordeaux LA 7950
Rrccmardt Robt A 4242 Loma Alto LO 7541
Schoellkopf George E 4216 Armstrong Pkwy JU 6261
LOWER SCHOOL lll
Austun Frank E 111 4009 Armstrong JU 7414
Bonds Paul M 3537 Marquette EM 3501
Buxton John A 3411 VVylle Drive D1 0315
Dorsey Lawrence T 1950 W Colorado WE 2711
Griffiths Thom C 4105 Windsor Pkwy LA 2822
Hammonds Harry H 8155 Santa Clara FA 4826
Humphrey Layton A Jr 4001 Glenwuck Lane LA 3344
Kauss Rrchard W Jr 5508 Southwestern D1 1267
Lardley F Davrd 5500 Drone Dr DI 4368
McCarter Drew 6365 Oriole EL 3037
McCord Clay 9323 Preston Rd EM 3127
Mrtchell John L 8823 Brrarwood Lane D1 1804
Newsome Robert D 4420 Bordeaux LA 3749
Toulmrn Thom N 4164 Saranac EL6297
LOWER SCHOOL ll
Boyer Arthur L 10600 Preston Rd EM 5565
Castleman Owens B Box 755 Royal Lane EL 4703
Cloyd Malcolm E 6122 DeLoache EM 3587
Galbranth Jas C Ill 5820 Lupton EM 3829
Jones Robert D 5630 Richard Avenue V1 5393
Knight Marvm P 4833 Royal Lane EM 6172
Marcus Cary S 4000 Grllon JU 1232
Rerchman J Bradford Rt 5 Box 58B D1 8539
Scott James H 7003 Shook FA 0223
Shaw C V Compton 4515 Hrghland Dr JU1129
Srmpson Wm C Box 61 Frisco Texas 195
Vollmer Tony 4216 Shenandoah LA 1114
West Rlchard B 9242 Hathaway EM 4003
LOWER SCHOOL I
Woodward Jackson S Jr 8704 Jourdan Way FO8 8500
Ashby Thom N 6131 Royal Crest FO8 7862
Brooks Robt L 5335 Drane Drive EL 1985
Buxton Seabury 3411 Wylne Drrve Dl0315
McLendon G Barton 9300 Douglas EMII97
Mead Robert E ll 10040 Meadow Brook EM 0420
Montgomery Joel R 5628 Belmont TE 6733
Smith Davld N 3833 Stanford EM 0262
Spencer Gordon A 6010 Royal Crest Dr EM 0143
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