Stephen F Austin High School - Bronco Yearbook (Bryan, TX)

 - Class of 1955

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CML Kelly, Pogo's boss, said we could use his characters if we promised to give them backj Pogo is the latest creation in the great line of American humor that stretches from Artemus Ward to Mark Twain to Walt Kelly. The staff is proud to present to you this year's BRONCO. Say, what year is this, anyway? ra? i QW - 1 xl f 2 -213, xih xl 7? U Lv" 29' X. ,, f ,ii ' rg , 'Pf 5, , . ,, x-'Y' v T -1 ff fi iffyi if ff xy' 'll li' qu" -- " 'L-vs DEDICATICN Down here in our part of the swamp, a place called Oketenokee Cit's sort of back- woods, but nicej, we have a schoolmaster named Owl. He is forever and always try- ing to get us to work and become edu- cated, but with us not having any use for work we're not much in favor of the idea. Besides nobody knows just what being educated means. A while back a rumor got around that he used to be prin- cipal in a place called Stephen F. Austin High School under the name of H. W. Cook. Nobody believes it, though, because you know how rumors can get around. Now it seems that the students there really appreciated him and all of his hard work. He was always ready to help them when they needed it, and on the whole was just about the nicest person you could imagine. Come to think of it, maybe these rumors were true after all. 'mein STUPIDITY is -So DENSE THAT ONLY BY POOLING OUR BRAINS cAN WE c2Aci4 THE PFZEVAILINC-3 IGNORANCE. 4. fy v -..,,,.-i """""""-1-.. Ns A Na., 2 J Cf? PAC ULTY -I-3-ng., . wo-"" A :wav Q ZOHGMU-IOQHZH W. R. CARMICHAEL Superintendent ADMINISTRATION H. W. COOK Principal HINI-Ii SECRETARIES: Dolores Noto, Madge SCHOOL BOARD: Mr. R. V. Armstrong, Mr. Joe Vincent, G. G. Gibson, Mr. Pat Newton, Mr. W. R. Carmichael, Mr. Coulter Hoppess, Mr. O. B. Donaho, Not pictured: Mr. Jack Howell. Bryan's school board went Through one of its most eventful years as the increase in students threatened to swamp all existing buildings. Proposal for a new Junior High School touched off vigorous debate in a special election. Voters rejected a plan to separate schools from city sponsorship by amending the municipal charter. Federal aid received because of Bryan Air y Force Base made possible expansion of elemen- tary schools. Stewart, Hertha Isbel, Margaret Ofc- zarzak. Assistant PrlrtCipal BU5ine55 Manager WESLEY SUMMERS LEON HAYES 1 'ew' i r V CARL J. BEST Choral Music B.Mus.g M.Mus. I I X K MRS. LEE COFFEY Speech, English ga 4. MRS. RICHARD BURLESON WINNIE CARTER Typing, Shorthand English . . , f in B.S. . iw- K. ' W I Q . .. Q 'I :Q 14 N JAMES C. DOOLEY Vocaiional Agriculture B,S, B.S.p MRS. J. M. GOODMAN Biology B.A., M.A. 'fp .,,, JAMES GRIFFIN Y Q , Civics, PE A 5 Drivers' Training ' i. 'I B.A.g M.A. . I Q A .1 JOAN HAYES ' Homemakirig B.A. 1 ' f K' s ' ' X 'x , Tilllfilglitff'll'l'i?i3E5il?iii l -mx fi ., .. , 11... .,, n T F Q A 54 Y A a Q 5, it fi . , ffm ' i A A X, ug- ..r -3.41 .3 7' .5 I i f ,iii . 'Y 1 '- ..,.'i, , .M . gg1.,.. iX 1 V: t W1 ,vw H+, if it 4 334354 l -'wlf Q Y Q 42 1 QQ ll fn ,, A .Avi 4 Y 'i X i i 'Er if K Hi Thug s as ' 4 fix f ,is ,rl .e Su f -. V,V. if : 'ea Q" gi, ri"-in V :.....,i . , Q T 391' Tix rl . . . ' T. 5.1 J . gvw. ' D 42. Q LA -. 4 1 MATTYE PEARL HENRY MARY HYMAN REX KATHCART Secretarial Training, English Art, Director of Typing B.A., M.A. Health and Recreation B.A., M.A. B.B.A. MARY BELL KIDD Physical Education B.S. l l l VICK LINDLEY English, Journalism B.A., M.A. MRS. EDD MCDONALD English, Latin B.A. f 4 ..,, 4 b f f 1 , F 3 ti . . . Q fr A' A Qz' ,V ., If wk? if Q. .. ug, Q if f 3' C. B. MCGOWN Band B.S., M.E. MRS. C..B. MCGOWN Bookkeeping, Business Arithmetic B.A. HAROLD T. MOODY American History Economics B.A., M.A. SABRA PARSONS English B.A.g M.A. 'i I Q STEPHEN PEARCE Industrial Arts B.S. MARTHA LOU SMITH Homemaking BA., B.S. MRS. HAYDEN WHITLEY Librarian BA. MARIE WOOD English B.A.g M.A. HOWARD YOUNG Chemistry, Physics Algebra B.S.g M.A. WAYNE RIDEOUT MRS. G. W. Health, Biology SCHLESSELMAN Coach Algebra B.S. BA. F . 'Ui JOHN ULREY American Hisiory P.E,, Drivers' Training Math, Coach B.A.g M.A. war, CLAUD VASS Texas History P.E., Civics B.S.g M.A. We-f 'Hwy MRS. MARY ELLEN VINCENT Spanish B.A,g M.A. tv" .M W 5? 3 4' s . rsliifilil .wx 3?FlYr,gaSi.sXgX X CALENDAR OF EVENTS SEPTEMBER Tuesday 7-School starts Friday T7-Conroe, here Friday 24-Nacogdoches, there OCTOBER Friday l-Brenham, here Saturday 2-Junior Class Dance Friday 8-Lufkin, here Friday 15-Waco Tech, there Friday 22-Corsicana, here Friday 29-McCallum, here NOVEMBER Friday 5-Travis, here, Homecoming Saturday 6-Sadie Hawkins Dance Friday T2-Temple, there Friday 19-Palestine, there Thursday 24-Thanksgiving holidays DECEMBER Thursday 2-Pan-Am Banquet, THSPA Saturday 4-Band Carnival Monday 6-Football Banquet Thursday I6-Band Banquet Friday I7-Junior Play Saturday I8-All-school Party Sunday T9-Messiah, A Cappella Choir Tuesday 21-Christmas holidays Friday 31-New Year's Dance JANUARY Monday 3-Back to school Friday 7-Palestine, there Tuesday ll-Corsicana, here Thursday 20-Exams Saturday 29-Senior Job Day FEBRUARY Tuesday l-Corsicana, there Wednesday 2-Band, Houston Fat Stock Show Friday 5-Travis, there Tuesday 8-Temple, here Thursday 10-All-state band, choir Friday 12-Valentine Court Saturday T3-Valentine Dance Tuesday I5-FHA-FFA party Thursday l7-Band to Mardi Gras Friday 18-FTA convention Friday 25-Pan-Am Talent show MARCH Friday 4-Green vs. White game Tuesday 8-Open House Wednesday 9-Slave Sale, Senior Play Monday I4-Career Week Tuesday 15-Latin Banquet ' Thursday i7-Holiday Ahoy Monday 21-Senior Skating Party Thursday 24-Cleburne, there Friday 25-NHS initiation APRIL Friday 1-Senior Frolics Monday 4-Religious Emphasis Week Tuesday 5-Song of Easter, Choir Friday 8-Easter Holidays Sunday 17-Choir to Austin Tuesday l9-Choir Tour Saturday 23-Regional UIL, Junior Dance Monday 25-DE Banquet Tuesday 26-Officers' speeches Friday 29-Pan-Am Convention Saturday 30-Showtime, Choir MAY Friday 6-Field Day, elections, Band Thursday I2-FHA Mother-Daughter Banquet Friday 13-Junior Frolics Saturday T4-Junior-Senior Banquet Sunday 15-Spring concert, A Cappella Choir Tuesday T7-A Cappella Choir Banquet Friday 20-Senior trip Sunday 22-Baccalaureate Monday 23-Senior exams Wednesday 25-Exams Friday 27-Graduation Tuesday 31-Report cards, school dismissed X ' A......g,.,,,.-.NN X N ,Mt E 2 J 0 R G ,..---1--.fv-""" A ..f""' 5 S I Z A 'T I 0 N S ,L , STUDENT OFFICERS President ,, ,, c : ,, VICTOR CANAVESPI Vice President PAT WILCOX Corresponding Secretary , BEVERLY WEHRMAN Recording Secretary MAURINE MOTTER Treasurer CRAIG THOMPSON Officers' Assembly: Jo Inside Traffic: Ronnie Marlin 1 .:... Fire Drill: Bill and Mike Civic: Dorothy Kay and Gordon :-s::s: sy l l Library: Verna Joy and Phyllis Religious: Carolyn and Bill , N X f "Zf"Llkx Q Z U f 'iii r -' " T I N U V. K vw J X I ,ix Myf 'IX X lx, 45.1, T, ll Mb 0 .' 1 x I 5 'T x -Jhjvuo-:A ' COUNCIL The STudenT Council's hand has been evidenT all over school-especially by The book covers They sold which are seen everywhere. More seriously, however, They sponsored The Chrisfmas baskefs for The needy and published The sTudenT di- recTory, The Hifching PosT. The Council is TradiTionally responsible for The Homecom- ing program and Field Day, also They choose The Junior Rofarians. Feeling ThaT parking space was inadequaTe, They peTi- Tioned for The new parking area by The gym and The Tennis courTs. nl - Tl-E55 TWO I5 TIME TO Buev wrzifu-4' -,'Ge?M2TK?s2?..mp W.cAL mi., IQAGO 505 ue l9E5 WITH BOTH UP FOB CH 2 HAN96--'MYIIJ' gxhe2lIBEE'ou You Goff t"7 l if flip-ef Teller T lllllll',f l 'Q Q 1 U s or weakl- Ex Officio: Darline, Beverly, Bill, and Sue Anna CafeTeria: KaThy Bulletin Board: Patsy and Rebecca CourTesy: Beverly and Joe OuTside Traffic: Jerry and STuarT Recreafionz Jean and Craig Conscious of social problems in the world, the Girls' Forum took Thanksgiving baskets to Three needy families and sent gifts to Girls' Town and scrapbooks for chiIdren's hospitals. To guide its members in choosing their future vocation, the Forum took the lead in supervising Career Week. I, OFFICERS OF GIRLS' FORUM President .,A..,..,,...,s,,s..,....u,,,,,..,.. BEVERLY WEHRMAN First Vice President ...... ,.,.....,-,..,.,,-. L YNN PORTER Second Vice President .-,,, ,,..,,.. F ANNIE LOU MAINER Third Vice President ....... ...........,.... J EAN TRIOLA Secretary .............,.... ........ F AYE FRANKLIN Reporter ...... .,.,.......,.... R EBECCA SHAWN Chaplain .e,... ...............,........,. J EAN ROBERT Sponsor .... ......,,...... M ISS SABRA PARSONS MRS. NANNETTE BURLESON FORUMS ' OFFICERS OF BOYS' FORUM ' BILL MYERS President ..........................,,....,.........ce.,,.., First Vice President ...,..,,,, ,..,,,,,. B EN TROTTER Second Vice President s,... v..,......,.. N EAL GODWIN Secretary-Treasurer ..,..,, ...,.....,........ F RANK SEALE ROSS FALCO Sponsor ,,.........,., . ,.., ........ M R. WESLEY SUMMERS Reporter .................,.. ................. Instruction in automobile safety and in how to loin the FBI were among the high- lights of Boys' Forum programs. Also they sent Christmas gift boxes and ioined the Girls' Forum in promoting Career Week. OFFICERS Presidenf ,, ,,,,,, H ,.,,,.,...,,, ,,,,, , Vice President ,,,,,, ,,,,, Secretary-Treasurer ,,,,,, ,, Reporter H H ,,,, , Sponsor ,,,,,, MRS. LATIN WMARIE MCDONALD MOSS ANTONY VIRGINIA MCBRIDE PAT MURPHY REBECCA SHAWN The LaTin Club was organized laTe, buT iT quickly made up for losT Time. The slave sale and banqueT were highlighTs of The year. A LaTin Open House was held in The spring wiTh an exhibiT of The LaTin proiecTs. - i.mm:iaTi1wsm wxxwxnmwmmmHwss3Qwmzsfrfsz,viiif+si.w.g1 f ff-- I-I 2,ff--:M--,ffm-7-fi--Tr,-11 ,- N.. " I -s -- A .yi i President Vice President Secretary Reporter , , Sponsor , PAN-AM This year the Pan-Am Club continued its promotion of good will among American nations by entertaining Twelve visiting teachers from Mexico City and by leading the observance of Pan American Week. Members took part in the Pan-Am Round Table fiesta, took pinatas to San Jacinto School at Christmas, helped with the TB booth at the county tair, and furnished entertainment for local clubs. At school they sponsored a variety program and the annual Amateur Hour. The year's activities culminated in the State Convention in Austin, at which several members entered contests. Treasurer , ,, OFFICERS BEN tizotteiz , ,,,,,,, JO HOWELL , VIRGINIA ARHOS , ,, ,, 7 N MIKE BRIGGS , 7 , . JO ANN NOLEN MRS. MARY ELLEN VINCENT Lane sings at banquet Piano irio-first piace Scene from The Pan Arn Banquet Don Griffin does his money act. Boys' Quartet The Bronco stage band performs forthe Amaieur Hour. Light-hearted plays from comedy To bur- lesque melodrama were produced by The Fooflighfs Club during The year. "Tapping in The Night" was replayed for the entire school af an assembly. Mr. C. K. Esten ex- plained Tl'1e'Speecl1 Class producfion of "Everyman." President , . Vice President Secretary . Treasurer .,,,,, Reporrer ,,,,, Sponsors , OFFICERS E . . CAROL MCCULLOUGH . .. ,, . PAT WILCOX , JEAN MCQUEEN . REBECCA SHAWN ,, . CAROL OLIVER , . MRS. SUNNY COFFEY MISS MAE GOODLETT FOOTLIGHTS f M' GOPGWYG-!l Mxlgklggulg 'E?6APPLAUD' f bf' IEIATGY I UFNM Gil!!! Q r ru nv ----, 7 :- Y X mes aenufu WAND ff! :": A . .5 'I "A ft l j f-T GL 92 r lil! l 3 7 2 , A I W R f i am "QUESTION OF FIGURES" Judy Ashcraft Patsy Hopkins Barbara Williams Carol Conway Dorothy Kay Ish Kerstin Ekfelt "MERDEW'S RIGHT HAND Don Palermo Roland Searcy Janice McNeeIy Jeanette Schmid Palma Cash HCANNIBAL ISLAND" Edward Powell, Donna Wallace, Roland Searcy, Don Griffin, Lee Falco, Carolyn Holick, Hartley Dun- can, Linda Rideout. w:.:f-fAi.J f If K- . ,If .-fg xrm xmmummmwummu. OFFICERS Senior President ANNE PRICE Junior President , SARITA COLSON Sophomore President PATSY HOPKINS Senior Vice President FANNIE LOU MAINER Junior Vice President FRANCES ANN VISOSKI Sophomore Vice President BARBARA WILLIAMS TRI-Hi-Y The Tri-Hi-Y was divided this year into three separate groups-sophomore, iunior, and senior. Delegates from SFA went to the pre-legislative convention in Houston, and to the Youth and Government Conven- tion in Austin. The three groups joined to- gether to make a float representing the Christmas Seal Drive for the Chamber of Commerce Christmas Parade. The sopho- more section gathered food and clothing for needy families at Thanksgiving. F Mm L eff .ilk ta' f ' X. OFFICERS Presidenr , , ,, Vice Presidenr Secretary , Treasurer , Reporter ,, , Hl-Y CH ,. I WX xx fl fi , MANLEY JONES JOHN C. CULPEPPER ,, BOBBY WILKINS , RICHARD SMITH DON PALERMO ARLES PARADOWSKI MR. H. T. MOODY ifiii l " - Il Illflfkf: . waf' A ii This has been a convention-going year for the Hi-Y Club. Delegates were sent To The convention in Houston and To The Texas Hi-Y YouTh and Government. Also attended were The 81h Texas Hi-Y Model Legislature in Austin and a spring conference in Lake Charles, Louisiana. SFA's Future Homemakers chapter played a significant part in state affairs. Martha Ray Pate was elected to an area office. Kathryn Martindale was chosen district sec- retary and Mary Ann Ponzio district vice president. As one of their proiects the girls sent Christmas cards to a mental hospital. OFFICERS President W , , , , , ,, , VIRGINIA RISINGER Vice President MARTHA RAY PATE Secretary , ,, ,, PATSY TAYLOR Reporter .. , JOSEPHINE WEIDO Treasurer ,, , YVONNE STREETMAN Parliamenfarian , , , JOLENE FICKEY H , JO ANN RYAN , , LINDA VAUGHN Sweetheart , , ,. BENNY FRANKLIN , . , 7 ,, MISS JOAN HAYES MISS MARTHA LOU SMITH Song Leader . Pianist , , Sponsors ,, F.H.A. f zszzof' Pfam 1 Llregagfi yy" :I I TASTEFUL! jf? fl 1 ,' ll' I ' I will X wi lifpbk . X' ' X kr? if' 1-AW I i vi l ytxx ' ' Z7 5 ' F322- - ' F4 IIIII ll -ic iflf. I ,7"" 1 Y"'Q iv-.fl tsi t Lmyg 3' M EM- fi ,. ,- W 1 -,P Q ,gif t' an , M no gui Q A- - Q 1 lQ Qs.. This year the FFA enlarged both the in- dividual and chapter project programs. Exhibits were entered in the County Fair and several won first places. Two of the three teams that went to the District Leader- ship contest were chosen to go on to the Area contest. The Dairy Judging team won fifth place in the Houston Fat Stock show. In the spring a Parent and Son Banquet was held. OFFICERS President YYYYY, ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,Ac , CHARLES VINCENT Vice President , ,, , , CLYDE PORTERFIELD Second Vice President ,,,,,,,,,,, . TRACY PETERS Third Vice President ,,,,,, ....... . EDWIN WHEAT Secretary ,-,,,,,,,,,,,, ,..,,,, J ACK HICKS Treasurer , , ,,,,. LUKE CEMINO Reporter -,,,Y,Y,,,,YY,Y ,A., KARL HOPPESS Parliamentarian ..,....... LOWELL SAXON Historian Y,,,-,,, ,,,,,, B ENNY FRANKLIN Sponsor ,YY,,,YYYY ,,,,. M R. JIM DOOLEY F.F.A. 9' X 14 ,za -,,,..i 2..- 5 Ii i gi x iix r 'Db of !AU P T Aff' -' E L v Q ay! ' Outstanding Future Farmer of the Year, Winners of the essay contest on water Clyde Porterfield, receives the A.M. conservation-Charles Vincent, Karl Hope Waldrop Award. pess, James Wallen, and Alvin Novasad- with Mr. Alexander. Poultry Trophy to Tracy Peters from Eugene Jerry Randell receives the Sanitary Farm Opersteny. Sponsored by Bob Mayfield. Dairy Award from Dr. Dooley. Mr. Alexander and the FFA sweetheart, Mr. Pat Newton gives Tracy Peters the Phyllis Grizzafti. First State Bank Award. Not content with learning all The nooks and crannies of their own SFA bookshelves the Library Club visited The A81M Cushing Memorial Library They also vislfed The Car negle Library of Bryan OFFICERS President .,,,,,,oo,,o,,,,,,...,.....,...,.,o,,o,.,,.. GRACE YEAGER Vice President .,,..,,,.,,,,,,......,,.,,,,.,,,.,.. JO ANN RYAN Secretary-Treasurer ,,,,,,,,,,,........ JEAN TRIOLA Reporter ,,,,,e ,,,,,...........,o.,.,,,...,. P AT ELLIS Sponsor .,,,,,... MRS. HAYDEN WHITLEY LIBRARY M 3, OFFICERS President N ,, ,,,,,,, W JEAN RUSSELL First Vice President ,,,7,,,,,, ,,,, J IMMY WILLIAMS Second Vice President , ,, ,,,,,, CLARA ADAMS Secretary W , JEAN MADDOX Treasurer , , , N Y, YY,,,, GLADYS BATTLE Reporter ,,,, , CHERRY STEVENSON Sponsor MR. WESLEY SUMMERS .f 1 D.E. srl, Outstanding D.E. Student JEAN RUSSELL www,-,,,....--1 Future business people, members of the D.E. Club, gave a banquet for their em- ployer: at which the outstanding D.E. stu- dent tor the year was announced. Four delegates were sent to a state convention at Fort Worth. Also a Christmas party was held. OFFICERS or GIRLS' 4-H Presidenl EVELYN WILCOX Vice President ANN ADAMS Secrefary BOBBIE JEAN JONES Reporter MARTHA CHISHOLM Council Represenlalive JEAN TRIOLA OFFICERS OF BOYS' 4-H Presidenr EDDIE MELASKY Vice President HENRY BLAZEK Secretary GWINN THOMPSON 4-H This is The TirsT year ThaT The 4-H has been in The annual, alThough The club has been acTive Tor a number of years. The members work on proiecTs varying from giving demonsTraTions To iudging caTTle To making clothing. Their moTTo is "We learn To do by doing." KenT PoTTs and Henry Blazek were The sTaTe champion livesTock iudging Team and vvon second place in The naTion aT Chicago. Henry Blazek won a TirsT and a Third on a beef heifer aT The HousTon FaT STock Show. W6 THE STAFF Editor A A.,, Y,,w,w,,,w ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,A,,A,,,4 K E R STIN EKFELT Assistant Editor ,,g,,g, WINIFRED MCILROY Secretary A M ,,,,,, A ,,,, LINDA HAUER Editor Kerstin Ekfeit finishes some last minute typing. LA REM UDA La Remuda, the literary magazine of SFA, put out more and better issues than ever before- one every quarter. The last ot the charter mem- bers are seniors this year, and there is some question whether the magazine will survive its founders or not. . fr' Editor Darline Tuck draws in the headlines for an issue of the CORRAL. The CORRAL was dubiously blest this year with more editors Than reporters be- cause of illness on the staff. Darline Tuck, Becky Shawn, and Sucie Norton did a jug- gling act with the top executive position. Attendance at the Austin I.L.P.C. workshop was a highlight of the year. THE Editor-in-Chief ,,,, Assistant Editor ,,,,,, , Managing Editor ,7,,, 7 News Editor , Sports Editor ,7,,,, Feature Editor Art Editor ,,,,,,,,,k , ,,,,,, Editorial Writer , .,,,.,,,, , Assistant News Editor ,,,,, Assistant Sports Editor , , Editor-of-Polls ,,,,,,wY,, -,,, Circulation Manager ,A,,A, ,Y Exchange Editor U --,,,A,,,,,,,,- H Assistant Exchange Editor Proofreader AYYY7,vV u ,,A,A7A,7 Sponsor ,,,A,,77777, STAFF DARLINE TUCK .. , REBECCA SHAWN . SUCIE NORTON ,7,, JAN WHITE PAT WILCOX PEARL SCAMARDO VIRGINIA THILTGEN LINDA HAUER GRACE ARNOLD BILL YEAGER COY LOU WHITE MARY ANN MCCLURE J. B. WILSON ,,,, J. W. PENICKA ,,.,,, MANLEY JONES VICK -LINDLEY CORRAL K?" mv.: ?-291 I ' fm. 0 , ' 'y.. 'fi . ri v iw - xi r ' ' B -,ff ,g,:..l " K . at THE STAFF Editor-in-Chief ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, SUE ANNA BINNEY Assistant Editor , ,,,, . ,,,-,,,,AA,A JANE GIBSON Business Managers ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, N ANCY HALE CAROL OLIVER Assistant Business Manager 77V,,,7, CAROLYN MUNDAY Organizations Editor . Assistant ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, Art Editor H H ,,,,,,,,, N ,,,,, MARTHA CHISHOLM Snapshot Editor ,,,,,, , W ,,,,, ANN SCHLESSELMAN Sports Editor ,,,,, ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, J O HN CECIL CULPEPPER Assistant Sports Editor Photography ,LL,ALLLLLAA LAL' Q fi5Af stAcY, BILL MCDONALD Editorial Sponsor ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, , H N ,,,,,, MRS. McGOWN Business Sponsor L7,,... Technical Advisor .. ,. , WINIFRED MCILROY .. MARY ANN MCCLURE .. GWINN THOMPSON . MR. MOODY . MR. LINDLEY Editor Sue Anna Binney plans the layout for a page In the BRONCO. BRONCO The BRONCO staff has done its best to put out a completely different annual from cover to cover. However, there was some time for play mixed in with work at the Texas High School Press Associa- tion Convention in Denton, which the staff and one sponsor, Mrs. McGown, attended. Mr. Moody was business sponsor again, and the supervisory staff was extended with the addition of Mr. Lind- ley as technical advisor. 1 MW Q, . V! ' ii, 7 if .HT . lu? 'fi , 4-' ,5 r.:-L ' 5-I if X 252155 ' ' 51 'fr EF! 'L H' 'fi-'ff . L I' ,353 ,Yi 5 v "X 1 t q,f'4 ,A . 'H .ix 'ff' Qswwgwn H ' "N 1- 'I ' ' fi Qif?2?f.'Q':j'4 " :"3QQF'f?' ' .. f,g.: ,l 'WF-' if A. , 6 - V Lngx' ,, Cf ' F. fc' - 4 .,,, 33 in '- , 1 fs .'f : I, " " ilk ff: 9 1 2 . J? , V . J fg nifil' 4 ef '!f QfQ, - . , wvyf- f -MK ,e ll-A.: ' K -,N A Ap . n l +4 11 ,r n x U. . M. We .. ang -Lg-4 f 5 -W' '.a,wg, . .' pg --,I .gay W' ' I f 05 ' ,-QW, ,,- P.-,,,, - D ,- -fra. -"2 ' W' . B. 1, , F, . ,F U k Ti, ' A ' a-Ailew 1'.,g..- 1 Y' U, .1343 E 3 111 . K -J ' ,sp gimf' 4, M55 4f+yg?g ,H I 4 jrl V' EFL 5- 1 , . 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Q Q 225, A., 'X l if n SJ W- 3 1: iv ' X . . 1'1" ,gf V 4 qs Lrnfig ufqk - Jifixlwfwi mm 2 1. A Q Ry m f p L+-'L' -Q 5 '- K ig - -1 Q ,-.,:g,R. .Q .nz ' 1 4 ,J-I x ,R 1 1 W Q X, page QW: X X gr'-'lf' 5 ' 'wfx Q 3, , X... ,QU . 1 V' 13. F, BAND OFFICERS President . . .. .. BOBBY HUFFAKER Vice President ,,,, FRANK URBANOVSKY Secretary . .. .. . . FRANCES VISOSKI Reporter ,,,,, . . .. BETH SHAUNFIELD Uniform Technicians . . . JERRY STEPHENSON DAVID COWSERT Librarians . . EDWARD ADAMS LUKE DILEO Instrument Technician . . BUDDY CHANCE if Q ggi. 'g . , lf.. f JL. ' 62- , t The Bronco Band had another busy year, beginning, as usual, with marching drills on the football field, one of which featured the "disappearing marauder." Trips were made to games with Nacogdoches, Palestine, University High of Waco, and Temple, and also to Kyle Field, A8tM, for band night. A community birthday calendar was published by the Band for the first time, and a carnival held for the umpteenth time. Together with other activities they made possible a return trip to the New Orleans Mardi Gras in February, where the Broncos again made a hit in the parade. The group also paraded for the Houston Fat Stock Show in February, and at home on Main Street for the Christmas and Armed Forces Day parades. Competition sent the band to All-district and All-regional tryouts in November, All-state in December, and the TMEA state convention in Dallas in February. The Chamber of Commerce held its banquet for the band in December. "Holiday Ahoy" was a show put on in a furious burst of activity for one week. The' annual Spring Concert was "previewed" at A8rM Consolidated. Ayjr x Quik' ' TWIRLERS S CAROLYN HOLICK JOYCE TIPTON MARY CHAMBERS L, A ' 4: ,V 91 . f 9.395 ,rzj-.W f KAY WEBB MARY LEE TAYLOR VANETTE ENGLISH ,f Af-A, M L-,, IDF 'Q F' ,E . Q WW e X A-ul A CAPPELLA CHOIR OFFICERS President . , ,, H , ,, FANNIE LOU MAINER Vice President ,,,, .. .. , BILL MYERS Corresponding Secretary .. ,,,7 ANNIE LAURIE PRESNAL Recording Secretary . .. .. , MARTHA CHISHOLM Treasurer . . . . ,Y,, HUBERT VYKUKAL Librarians ,,,,, .. Yo,77 CAROLYN ALLPHIN PAT MURPHY RICHARD SMITH Historism. . . ANN SCHLESSELMAN Reporter ,,,. . CAMILLE KENNEDY IZ 600010116 SAUEPAQWW Looezp our 3 2 2 ovfr: FEET5' uivewsiv Armies me S100 LAY zauivv AN Bcwr , ALL KEMIOO 45? U Acrffswiv' .xml I GES No-nu ' . I ... x " it fx- I 4 if "0 ,IA 4. .cgi ,f K lui, H. 1- 'qt Y, MW . UKDHEFI! A wiiA'r'1m 'f ,fb Q-G ? M wigglku? QW C X 5 fr ., Q ic-. s .. 1, M44 I' yea Ni- fftuififf Q 'r The A Cappella Choir continued and expanded its program of community service. To start the year the choir sang concerts for some of the various civic clubs-the Rotary Club, the Lions Club, and the Kiwanis Club. The "Messiah" was presented at the College Avenue Baptist Church on December I9. "The Song of Easter" was presented at the First Methodist Church as in previous years, and was also sung before the student body at school. On April I7 the choir sang for the District Lions Convention in Austin. During the tour lasting from April I9 tothe 21 the choir performed at Mary-Hardin Baylor College in Belton, McClosky General Hospital in Temple, Fort Hood, Howard-Payne College in Brownwood, and the First Baptist Church of Brownwood. For the Parent-Teacher Association meeting held here in April the choir-sang a short program at the Oaks. "Showtime" was the musical show presented by the choir. The last formal concert of the choir was the Spring Concert. The Kiwanis Club, the choir's formal sponsors, gave a banquet at which awards for the last four years were given to the choir members. At the Baccalaureate services for the graduating seniors the choir sang a short program. Cl .,,,,-mu "Messiah" soloists Boys' Quartet K ,, Tom Sweeney presents Fannie Lou Mainer Quartet FOUI' Year Members the Outstanding Choir Member Award. "Showtime" soloists The choir in rehearsal. cum. wurme-unou 'ro THE crw-msrmws PARADE . W, ff, ff 11- fa W WFT 3 ,Zg ffifff' if 1. LL V xg ju? . st ,il w . M. , ,,.4 V, W 5 .wwf Yo A L. fy , , ,fa fHQE wWmww5m -E J -f f ,fn J ' , , Y WA- 'K 1: MJ 2 lv' f s fi 5 AP HOLLVWQOD " f MMM gm . :Lf P WAVEIJ 4, ff.: 55551 :smog SEM HQ, lk. ZA: Q ' 5 5 wigs S xiii QR.. 5 ig? M 26 Wi 3? ff 5 - Y CNDIR ANQELS AND emma wwe . X 1 k S J OBE WITH ME Hcmzy N0 Moossry N wk , Ax 5 F' E any-Q...- ,.....--,-,-.f..., .1- I MISS S.F.A. PAT WILCOX MR. S.F.A. VICTGR CANAVESPI SENIOR FAVORITES CAROL MCCULLOUGH RGNALD MARTIN r w V I Wy, L'-1".,' ., we.-r 2' . V 5' "f . of 1',1'f' tg ,ggi .L . ,- 4q 'fv1"1 ,. -:jg m W 1-L-H '1 1 f.., 'x,:f,f I L 4-., . .-w ,gi .Li 5--T SENIOR FAVORITES PATSY TAYLOR BOBBY WILKINS ,J JUNIOR FAVORITES PALMA CASH NEAL GODWIN iv' SOPHOM ORE FAVORITES KATHRYN MARTI NDALE SAMMY DWYER BRONCO AWARD VERNON GALLOWAY Vernon Galloway was stricken with infantile paralysis on June 13, 1948, when he was in the Seventh grade at Lamar Junior High School. His was a double as L S, attack-both bulbar and par- , alytic polio. He was out ot school forthe next 3 or 4 years, returning to SFA in the Tenth grade. Two years ot work at Lamar were made up in the year before he entered high school. ln SFA he has made an envi- able and commendable record ot achievement. He was treasurer of his sophomore class, a mem- ber ot the National Honor Society for two years, and president ot the senior class. D.A.R. AWARD JOSEPHINE HOWELL I WHO'S WHC FANNIE LOU MAINER BOBBY HUFFAKER BEN TROTTER -llllvinlggg JO ANN NOLEN MAURINE MOTTER 'OR '55 Y I r 5. PAT WILCOX .""""""-M-... LYNN PORTER VERNON GALLOWAY VICTOR CANAVESPI JO HOWELL T yi OFFICERS President CAMILLE KENNEDY Vice President CAROL KELLEY Secretary-Treasurer CAROLYN ALLPHIN Reporter JO ANN COODY Sponsor MRS. SUNNY COFFEY THESPIANS Among The proiects of The Thespian Society was the Thespian Night held in The spring to display The dramatic Talent of its members. There were two Tormal initia- Tions Tor new members-one each semester. OuTsTanding speakers were featured on the programs. OFFICERS President W H U ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,A,,,,A, , HUBERT VYKUKAL Vice President ,,,,,, ,,,,A,,A,,,, M OSS ANTONY Secretary Y-YYYvYYY -5---Y- B EVERLY WEHRMAN Treasurer -A .-,--,- ',V,-- ,,,,,,A,, ,,,,M F A N NIE LOU MAINER Sponsor MAKA,,,-,.M,,,,,,,YY,YY,,ee,,,,,YYY,YY,,,,,,,,, MISS CARTER OLD MEMBERS: Ann Schlesselman, Fannie Lou Mainer, Kerstin Ekfelt, Madelyn Gaines, Hubert Vykukal, Moss Antony, Victor Canavespi, Lynn Porter, Sue Anna Bin- ney, Beverly Wehrman. NEW MEMBERS: Jo Howell, Nancy Hale, Carol Conway, Martha Chisholm, Nancy Hoppess, Camille Kennedy, Martha Ray Pate, Joann Nolen, Anne Price, Carol Oliver, Becky Shawn, Pat Wilcox, Carol Kelley, Diane Harris, Maurine Motter, Virginia Arhos, Jane Gibson, Ben Trotter, Craig Thompson, Bill Myers, David Bunt- ing, Henry Blazek, Bobby Huffaker, Bill McDonald. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Highest honor in SFA, membership in the National Honor Society, was given to a record number of students this year. The impressive candlelight service was held in the auditorium before the entire student body. Those elected last year as iuniors initiated the new members. OFFICERS President MARTHA CHISHOLM Vice President JO ANN NOLEN Secretary MARTHA STUART Treasurer PAT MURPHY Historian LYNN PORTER Song Leader PAT WILCOX Reporter CAROL KELLEY Sponsors MISS MATTIE PEARL HENRY MR. W. R. CARMICHAEL F.T.A. SFA's newest organization, the Future Teachers of America, has been busy during its first complete year. Various members have been on the program and served for the Brazos County Teachers' Associa- tion meetings. A float was entered in the Chamber of Commerce Christmas Parade depicting teachers of the present and the future. Among their service projects was an all-school scrapbook, and this year for the first time Bryan was represented at the State Convention in Denton. 'ws OLD MEMBERS: Sue Anna Binney Kerstin Ektelt Madelyn Gaines NEW MEMBERS: Linda Hauer Winifred Mcllroy Rebecca Shawn Jane Gibson Pat Wilcox NON-MEMBER AWARD WINNERS: Jan White Mary Ann McClure Sucie Norton QUILL AND SCROLL SOCIETY Although this year forthe first time the Quill and Scroll Society had members remaining from the year before, they were so active in their other capacities that the society was dormant until time for new elections and initiations. YELL LEADERS CAN PAT HARTLEY DUN SY TA YLOR J P' EVELYN WILCOX DON DRAPER VALENTINE COURT AT half-Time of The Travis game, Yvonne STreeTman was crowned Homecoming Queen by co-CapTain Jackie Robinson vviTh Jay Dooley as crown bearer. Mum corsages were presenTed by co-capTain PaT Pippin To princesses Gwen An- drews and Palma Cash. The Queen received a dozen whiTe carnaTions TogeTher vviTh a TooT- ball inscribed "Homecoming Queen-i 954." HOMECOMING JUNIOR PLAY "ONE FOOT IN HEAVEN" Rev. William Spence Hope Spence Harrzell Eileen , Dr. Romer Louise , Maria Molly Ronny , Lefty I Mrs, Sandow Mrs. Digby Georgie Mrs. Cambridge Mrs. Jellison Major Cooper Bishop Sherwood Rev. Fraser Spence PRODUCTION S Directors Stage Sei , , ,, Student Director , ,, Prompier , Producfion Manager GWINN THOMPSON REBECCA SHAW DON DRAPER VIRGINIA ARHOS PAT STACY JANICE MCNEELY MARY LEE TAYLOR , WINIFRED MCILROY DON GRIFFIN ATELIA PRINCE MARTHA RAY PATE JIMMYE DELL OWENS DAVID KIKER JO ANN NOLEN VANETTE ENGLISH JOE DONAHO CHESTER JONES HORACE DANSBY TAFF SUNNY COFFEE MAE GOODLETT STEPHEN PEARCE ,, JANE GIBSON MAURINE MOTTER MAURINE MOTTER SENIOR PLAY "THE CURIOUS SAVAGE" Florence , , ,, Hannibal Fairy May , Jeffrey E Mrs. Paddy , Titus Samuel , , Lily Belle E Mrs. Savage ,, . , Miss Willie Dr. Emmett Directors , Stage Set , Student Director Prompter , ,ws,,,,,,,,77,7,V ,V,.- , PAT ELLIS RICHARD SMITH S STANN sci-iLEssELMAN BOBBY HUFFAKER CAROL KELLEY Joiimickcii cuLPEPPER as S DONALD PALERMO ANNE PRICE PAT WILCOX fl IMASRTHA ci-iisHouvi , MOSS ANTONY PRODUCTION STAFF . SUNNY COFFEY MAE GOODLETT STEPHEN PEARCE CAROL CONWAY NANCY HOPPESS Production Managers ,,,,,, KKKKY J O ANN COODY MADELYN GAINES The entire senior play cast poses Oh, Hannibal, you bring music to our Oh, give me that stupid thing and answer us. morning! + l+LiY J A' ' 1 f""-1 yu? ' JV. 'J' :NT :+?H+l-1 r L qc, O Q O I I ff: .,. ' s sv, x 1 Qi iw My 2353 , if if ' ,. is ef 'ii I L e 'YL' x I - Q ? e si ' , .Y 3 .if .3 7 gf x gg E5-A ,, x ,x , . . .Q ,,.. S1 QS? fa, S Y R 5 4, . V? I fx ss 4 f f W 5 M w Q FOOTBALL BANQUET The FooTball BanqueT, sponsored by The Lions Club, was The occasion of The presenTaTion of awards Tor The TooTball season iusT compleTed. Jackie Robinson received The BesT Lineman's Award, and also The award Tor The MosT Valu- able Player. Kiver Dahlberg was voTed The besT back. The Norman Dansby Award was presenTed To David BunTing, and The Harry Chambless Award To Eddie Melasky. PaT Pippin received The Team scrapbook. The Rev. Paul FullerTon, masTer of ceremonies, inTroduced The speaker of The evening, Coach "Bear" BryanT of Texas A8iM College. .wif ELECTIONS Ur . g' T s Neal Godwin marries Mike Briggs Ronny Martin waits for The Band C?j Mr. Cook supervises To the gavel in a mock ceremony, To pass. curtain after it fell. FIELD DAY moving lhe ffshaneu Myers and Jay paige The teachers show off their new spring Ann, Nancy' and Kay ready Wafch 'he eve,-115, b0fW"1efSA for the sack race. Q I x'l'- lx' ' 'pi . 'f'q'l7-is , ' . ,- D N , Qizlbixql, -V A I -. .v - . fm' ,E f ' E E K l 'f'f'Cl' l ,f L , 1 . lr f ,, Q A , ...ss 1- - ..q,,,g. M, Carol and Patsy-3 legged race. Senior Athletes Spectators BAC CALAUREATE 3 L25 X 45 N Q - N, .NW Wu - '- xjj . NN xx-1 A I-I W E I C S FOOTBALL COACHES: Wayne Rideout, Peck Vass, James Griffin, John Ulrey. While waiting for Uncle Sam's call MANAGERS Don Ellis, former Aggie quarterback, Walfef Willmann served as P.E. teacher and backfielcl Karl H0PPe5S coach. A" SQUAD , iz J' "B" SQUAD HELVEY-Backg VANCE-Tackleg KONECNY-Guard: GREGG- NIEDERAUER-Back: WALKER DONAHO-Guard Center: DAHLBERG-Back Becky HUGHES-Guard CONROE AT BRYAN-The Broncos opened The football season with a 27-T3 loss to Conroe. BRYAN AT NACOGDOCHES-This was The Broncos' second straight loss, 33-6. Sammy Dwyer ran 95 yards for a 4th-quarter Touchdown. BRENHAM AT BRYAN-The Broncos took their first win of the season by downing Brenham 24-6. The defense showed plenty of rushing with Joe Salinas blocking a punt on the Cubs' T4 yard line and going over for a Touchdown. Also on defense, Ross Falco, Neal Godwin and George Walker teamed up To gain T7 yards by grabbing Three Cub passes. LUFKIN AT BRYAN-Bryan bowed To Lufkin 56-l4. Although Lufkin was rated as The state's number Three ball club, The Broncos battled Them Till The final whistle. Bryan's first Tally was early in The 4th quarter when Ross Falco drove 4 yards through left Tackle and Stuart Helvey ran the extra point. Walker scored The second touchdown and Jack Hicks made good the conversion. HICKS-Guard: BUNTING-End PIPPIN End Capta T l , 5. SALINAS-Endg WHEAT-Back: MELASKY-Guard ROBINSON RT-Captain BRYAN AT TEMPLE-The Broncos were outscored but not outspirited. The team tried hard, but were outclassed by a strong Temple eleven. The Temple downs were fairly evenly distributed throughout the game. The Bryan threw several scares into their opponents, but failed to scoreg the game 25 to O. touch- squad ended TRAVIS AT BRYAN-The Broncos came out on the bottom end of the 21 score in their homecoming game with Travis,of Austin. Both scores came third quarter. Jones's second try for extra point was good. to 13 in the BRYAN AT PALESTINE--On a cold, rainy night Bryan closed out their season by losing a heart-breaking battle with the Palestine Panthers, 40-0. The squad fought hard, but were again outplayed. Palestine was then in a three-way tie for the 5-AAA district championship. JONES-Back: HOLLIGAN-Back STACY-Tackleg SEALE Back il 2" .-l DWYER-Backg DAHLBERG-Back -' fi 1 ull 1 X c wff Qi X' 1.- , an 'W fa., Hgh, fir. Wig BRYAN AT WACO-The Green and White put another victory under their belt in the form of a win over the University High Troians, 28-O. George Walker made the first score in the opening minutes and the Broncos then scored in each of the remaining quarters. Joe Salinas downed a Waco man behind Waco's goal for two points. CORSICANA AT BRYAN4The Broncos lost their first district game to Corsicana, 14-6. Bryan was ahead until the second half when Corsicana made an end run to score and scored again in the last quarter making good both conversions. Sammy Dwyer made the lone tally for the Broncos but Chester Jones's try for extra point was not good. Bryan fought to the finish but could not break through to paydirt again. MCCALLUM AT BRYAN-Bryan played one of their best games of the season only to be edged out by McCallum, 7-6. Both touchdowns came in the first quarter with Kiver Dahlberg going over for Bryan. GODWlNeBackg DANSBY4Center WORTHAM-Centerg GALLOWAY-LT MAY Tackle ' ,ww I Total - ,,, . SCHEDULE 1954 YDS. GAINED B. Opp. Conroe , .,.. 7 ,, 221 21 1 Nacogcloches .. .. ,2,2,., 162 320 Brenham ,2772 .. .. -. 214 132 Lutkin .7,2,27A22,2,2 ,,722,2 2..22, 3 25 107 Univ. High QWacoj ,A,.,2 ,2..... 3 28 '160 Corsicana 7,,,,,,..7,,,,7,,,, ,,,,,,, 1 85 106 McCallum CAustinj . . ,...,,, 225 285 Travis CAustinj . ,a,,a7, ,,,,6.. 1 60 175 Temple . ,,,,,,,7,, 97 213 Palestine ., ,a,, 84 390 Totals .,,, 2001 2099 Broncos ,aaa7o, Broncos .- .a.ooo Broncos c,,,,,,.,., Broncos ,.o,c .. Broncos ,o,, . ,o,,, . Broncos ,o,c, SCORES . 13 Conroe . ,oa,.,,a, 77o,, 2 7 . 6 Nacogdoches . .. 33 . 24 Brenham - 6 . 6 Lufknn . .. 56 . 28 Univ. High CWacoj 0 - 6 Corsicana .. .. .. 14 Broncos o,,o, s,,, 6 McCallum CAustinj 7 Broncos ,.o,. ,o,, 1 3 Travis CAustinj 21 Broncos ,,o.. ,,,, O Temple . .a,.oa, .. ,a., . 25 Broncos ,,,,,,,,c.,, 0 Palestine . ,,,, .. ,Y,, . 40 102 Total Opponents 229 FIRST DOWNS B. Opp. 17 12 7 15 13 8 9 4 . .... 14 8 14 6 15 14 8 9 5 11 6 14 108 101 INTRAMURAL CHAMPIONS ff 3 . Lwwsii ll . , . A f " " , - . qrgw ' ' K I 1 3 , K wviijvy'vi""f' ' Vf . " . " 1' 'Raw 1' r , 1 M M MR. VASS Coach BASKETBALL ga, WALTER WILLMANN Manager Tr A" SQUAD Broncos Broncos Broncos Broncos Broncos Broncos Broncos Broncos Broncos Broncos Broncos Broncos Broncos Broncos Broncos Broncos Broncos Broncos Broncos Broncos SCORES OF THE GAMES STARTING FIVE Paschul ,oco,oocc, . .,.cc 62 Tracy Peters Madisonville 7 , 47 James Peurifoy Madisonville ,co,, 53 Ronald Martin Conroe c,,.c ca..,c,, 3 9 Frank Seale Waco Tech cc,cc,.cc, 38 Bobby Jarrott Brenham , c,,, , . 48 Conroe 1 7 7f V4, W 31 RECORD FOR THE YEAR Waco Tech 56 Brenham ,,,, 5. .c,. ,. Waco High ,,c.. 69 Palestine cc,cc 64 Corsicana .,,,. ,,a, 6 5 51 Bryan... lO75 points Opponents . . .989 points Ronald Martin was the high scorer with 400 points. Tracy Peters made all- Tl'-3ViS berfrref e--e 4 2 district, and Ronald Martin made sec- McCallum .c,,, ,,,, 6 7 ond feam. Temple 7 7 6l palestine yfyyv ykww 7 9 Bryan was runner up in the Bryan Corsicana 7 J fyrr 73 Chamber of Commerce invitational Travis 57 tournament. Temple ccc,7 7 of 59 McCallum ,aaa .eff 7 5 "B" SQUAD S .J -nv BOBBY WILKINS FRANK SEALE RONALD MARTIN KIVER DAHLBERG BOBBY JARROTT BEN TROTTER DONALD VANDERFORD JAMES PEURIFOY TRACY PETERS any-' l I if' F fl s Q 'Q B 2 W, 3 it T wx . Tl P ff ti ,Ls . sc H -zu X if Coach MR. RIDEOUT TRACK The Broncos returned to claim the District crown for the 3rd consecutive year as Robert Merka set two new records for two firsts and James Peurifoy collected the other first at Kyle Field on April 14th. Others placing in the meet and enabling Bryan to win were 120 yd. Hi hurdles, John lrvin 3rd, and Travis Neville 4th, 100 yd. dash, Rawls 2nd, 440 yd. dash, Peurifoy lst, Pippin 3rd, 180 yd. Low hurdles, lrvin 2nd, Neville 3rd, 440 yd. relay, Walker, Merka, Con- tella, Rawls 2nd, 880 yd. dash, Mauldin 2nd, Potts 4th, 220 yd. dash Peuritoy 3rd, Contella 4th, Mile run, Melasky 2nd, Potts 4th, discus, Merka 1st, Dansby 4th, Mile relay, Pippin, Brad- shaw, Lynch, Peurifoy 2ncl. Robert Merka vaulted 12' 2" and threw the discus 139' 11" for two new records in district 10-AA. ,vig VE -I-.."!a BI I.q:'."E::"" 'lla 440 RELAY AND SPRINTS Mllton ConteIla Robert Merka George Walker Wade Rawls A I III I III! -""'1 --Q MILE RELAY AND QUARTER MILE Pat Pippin Jack Bradshaw Lane Lynch James Peurufoy .JV 6 np: 5'5- 1' 880 YARD DASH Kent Potts Wlnford Mauldln MILE RUN Eddue Melasky Joel Potts l m ,M is V -'k'4 H W' 'R' far ffV?1'4 vw A A 7 , X 'X ' ' ROBERT MERKA-pole vaulf, 440 JOE HICKSON-high iump HORACE DANSBY and CHARLES relay, discus. CLARK COOK-shot, DAVIDOFF-shot, discus, discus, l 4 TRAVIS NEVILLE-high and low hurdles. DAVID BUNTING-high iurnp, high hurdles. BOBBY JARROTT-pole vault, JOHN IRVIN-high and low hurdles. wi-'ff ww 4 ' ,uf "l' Ai .V , 45322,-rv .ifim',5',?w7Efhrf , 1? A gs., , w If 1? ws: rvsgsgg " .- 5W'ffe"b5si?Q"" ,e My A' -QQ' ' I ' K' -""....,,, Ar: l Coach MR. PECK VASS BASEBALL Q I Manager JIMMIE MATHIS 54 Broncos Broncos Broncos Broncos Broncos Broncos Broncos Broncos Broncos Broncos Broncos Broncos Broncos Broncos Broncos Broncos .. so 7, 3 SCHEDULE OF GAMES 7 1, E, , 11 Conroe S. , .7 7, 9 Conroe .7 C , ..., ,,,..s 1 3 Brenham , 3 Brenham 7 as ,S E, O Temple so 9 Temple Waco E Waco c,c. ,, ., ,, 4 Corsicana 7 1, O Corsicana .. E .. 6 Hillsboro ,E ,, ,E 7 Hillsboro ,, ,E ,, 5 University High QWacoj A University High QWacoj M E2 , , 6 Cleburne .c.,e , Cleburne 7 ,,,..,s..,. . PITCH ERS Cartwright Wilson Paradowski Seale Thompson SPECIAL MENTION Dick Hickerson Bill Cartwright Roy Carpenter Joe Donaho J.fB. Wilson Joe Thompson GAMES WON 1 practice game 1 district game 7 district games 1 district game 1 district game Fx 4-n P. V' 1' ev . 'A+ .. ,- ,.. 54.4-u.,,, it X1 Qf 4 ,J ,ai -- . , f,. ,.,:1:wf?ifwf.i nz, -qu' .- in L f.., PITCHING STAFF: Joe Thompson, Bill Cartwright, Charles Paradowski, J. B. Wilson, Frank Seale. Q ,. M 'Xl K x Rx 1. A, , K ,X 'L e lk hszavfi' will fi, STARTING LINE-UP: Paul Quintero, Kiver Dahlberg, Joe Smith, Johnny Niederauer, Dick Hickerson, Bobby Wilkins, Stuart Helvey, Sammy Dwyer, Charles Paradowski. r T fmggt TENNIS WON DISTRICT Jo Ann Nolen and Lynn Porter Martha Shawn Betty Jo Shillings and Norma Dansby STATE SEMI-FINALS .lo Ann Nolen and Lynn Porter LETTER AWARDS .lo Ann Nolen and Lynn Porter Martha Shawn Betty Jo Shillings and Norma Dansby Ronnie Martin and Johnny Lyon OTHERS ON TEAM Becky Shawn Don Palermo Carol Cartwright Gwen Andrews Sally Ann Miller Frances Muth Jeanette Schmid Evelyn Endsley SWIMMING STATE MEET DIVING: Johnny Lyon, 3rd place MEDLEY RELAY: John Cecil Culpepper, Mike Briggs, Don Draper, 4th place FREE STYLE RELAY: Richard Smith, Johnny Lyon, Don Parsons, Craig Thompson, 5th place. BACKSTROKE: Mike Briggs, 51h place. LETTERMEN Johnny Lyon Mike Briggs Don Draper John Culpepper Craig Thompson Richard Smith Donald Parsons of-T V' S ,i s Y s:f, ,5s wm fbif uv-WW2' is - f - - - f A . , .pw an ' ':P1L,,wmfa.v,w "Ni-uni? ,xx Nw W CnI'1U1CnP-UQ OFFICERS VERNON GALLOWAY Y ,, .,.., L, ,L , , 7,..M President JOSEPHINE HOWELL E L O..O..,MO Vice President FANNIE LOU MAINER ..,.,..., Secretary-Treasurer NANCY HALE LOLLLLLLLLLOLLOOLLL.LLLLLLOLLLLLL.LL,,O, Reporter SPONSORS Mr. Griffin Mrs. Burleson Mr. Young Miss Hayes SENIORS CLASS OF '55 Josephine Vernon Fannie Lou Nancy .FF SUE ANNA BINNEY if -- ' . CLARA ADAMS Footlights Club 535 Pan American Club 535 DE 54, 55, Second Vice President 55. CAROLYN ALLPHIN A Cappella Choir 52-555 Librarian 555. Pan American Club 53, 54, 555 Thespian 53-55, Secretary-Treasurer 555 Latin 54, 555 Junior Play 545 Student Council 55. MOSS ANTONY "MOOSE" Homeroom Officer 52, 535 Footlights 53-555 Latin 54, 55, President 555 "B" Association 54, 555 Thespian 54, 555 Junior Play 545 Hi-Y 55, Recording Secretary 55, Delegate 555 Boys' State 545 National Honor Society 54, 55. FRANCES BARRON FHA 53-555 Tri-Hi-Y 53-55, Treasurer 545 Proiect Chairman 555 Junior Frolics 545 Student Council 54. GLADYS BATTLE fr' Yr. . lvY LEE BEENE A 7-' nr "" ct'-' FHA 53, 545 DE 55, Treasurer 55. utr, .ff - 'W my, an .R l IIBEANII FHA 53, 545 Girls' Forum Representative 55. "Susie" Girls' Forum Secretary 525 Homeroom Officer 535 LA REMUDA Editor 545 Pan American 52, 535 Tri-Hi-Y 52-555 Footlights 52-555 Latin 53-55, Vice President 545 Creative Writers 53-555 FTA 54, 555 A Cappella Choir 53-555 All-State Choir 545 Publicity Manager Junior Play 545 First Place Solo Contest 545 Second Place District Ready Writers 545 National Honor Society 54, 555 Quill and Scroll 54, 555 Editor of BRONCO 55. ROSE MARIE BOATCALLIE Tri-Hi-Y 53-555 Delegate Houston 54, 555 Delegate Model Legis- lature 555 Pan American 53-555 Junior-Senior Banquet Com- mittee 545 FHA 54, 55. 'lr'-3, JACK BRADSHAW "BRAD" Homeroom Officer 52, 535 Football 52-545 Track 53, 545 Hi-Y 53, 545 Hot Rod Club 54. Jo ANN BRANNON HJUDYH Band 535 Tri-Hi-Y 535 FHA 53-555 Pan American Club 535 Library Club 54, Vice President 54. ,,.., 'J MARGUERITE BRITTON Tri-Hi-Y 53, 54, FHA 54, 55. DAPHENE BROWN Footlights Club 53, FHA 53, 54, 55, Treasurer 54. ,..':- Buss Bucic PHA 54, 55. ROBERT CANALES "HOOK" Baseball Letterman 52, 53, 54, Captain 54, Pan American 53, 54, 55, Hi-Y 53, Hot Rod Club 54. VICTOR CANAVESPI "Vic" Vice President of Class 52, 53, Class President 54, Class Favor- ite 54, National Honor Society 54, 55, Who's Who 54, Junior Play 54, Valentine Court 54, President Student Body 55, Citizen of leek 55, Pan American 53-55, Hi-Y 55. MARY CARRERA Latin Club 54, Pan American Club 55. ALICE CARROLL "SISTER" Homercom Officer 53, 55, Tri-Hi-Y 53-55, Chaplain 53, Presi- dent 54, Secretary-Treasurer 55, Homecoming Queen Nominee 53, FHA 55, Song Leader 55, Student Council 54, A Cappella Choir 55, 4-H 53-55, Secretary of 4-H Council 54. MARY CHAMBERS Band 53-55, Twirler 53-55, Pan American 53, 54, Library Club 53, Faafiighis 54-55, FHA 55. SAMMYE CHANDLER "CHAMOISH MARTHA CHISHOLM HMARTYU Student Council 53, LA REMUDA 53-55, Citizen of the Week 54, Junior Play 54, 4-H 52-55, Reporter 52, 55, Achievement Award 52, Gold Star 53, State Dress Revue Winner 53, FTA 54, 55, President 55, A Cappella Choir 53-55, Secretary 55, Art Editor BRONCO 55, Tri-Hi-Y 53-55, Footlights 53-55, Pan American 53-55, Latin Club 53, 54, Junior Frolics 54, Thespians 54, 55. nv 'lb LL ,QS 4 aa 1 MILTON CONTELLA Homeroom Officer 53, 555 Track Letterman 545 Handicraft Club 535 Hot Rod Club 54. CAROL CONWAY "CONWAY" Girls' Choir Officer 525 CORRAL Staff 53-545 Junior Play 545 Junior Frolics 545 Latin Club 53-545 Thespians 54, 555 FTA 54, 555 Second Place District and Regional Typing Contest 545 Pan American 52-555 Tri-Hi-Y 52-555 Footlights Club 52-55. Jo ANN Cooov "Jo" Homeroom Officer 52, 535 CORRAL Staff 535 Thespians 53-555 Reporter 555 FHA 52-555 Footlights 52-555 Tri-Hi-Y 52-555 Pan American Club 52-54. BILLIE CORLEY Pan American Club 525 FHA 53, 54, 55. E' -av' 'Yi 5 .iid YU' ALBERT CORTEZ "AL" Baseball Letterman 52, 53, 54, 555 "B" Association 52-55. ALFRED CORTEZ "FRED" Baseball Letterman 52-555 "B" Association 52-55. ESTER COURTNEY Footlights Club 535 A-H Club 535 Tri-Hi-Y 535 DE 54, 55. SARAH CREED "TuTs" FHA 525 Band 53, 54, 555 Pan American Club 54, 55. JOHN C. CULPEPPER "JAKE" Hi-Y 53, 54, 55, Program Chairman 53, Vice President 54-555 Delegate Youth and Government 54, 555 Debate Club 53, 545 Footlights Club 53, 54, 555 Latin Club 53, 545 Homeroom Officer 555 Swimming Team Letterman 545 Sports Editor of BRONCO 555 Pan American Club 54, 55. JEAN CURRIE FHA 53, 54, Secretary 53, President 545 Student Council 53, 54, CKennard High Schoolb. 4. fb 041 2 '- CI-IARLENE DAVIS ROBERT DIAL T. LUKE DILEO V4 VERNA JOY DUCKETT Student Council 54, 55. HARTLEY DUNCAN Homeroorn Officer 53, 545 Student Council 53, 555 Yell Leader 54, 555 Junior Frolics 545 Hot Rod Club 535 Footlights 555 Hi-Y 55. KERSTIN EKFELT HKERKINH National Honor Society 54-555 Quill and Scroll 54-55: Editor LA REMUDA 555 Pan American 52-555 First Place State Pan American information Contest 525 Second Place Piano 545 Latin 53, 54, 555 Creative Writers 53-555 Footlights 544555 Chairman New Year's Eye Dance 555 Second Place State Ready Writers 54. PATRICIA ELLIS "PATH Pan American 53-555 Tri-Hi-Y 52-555 Footlights 52-555 Girls' Choir 52-535 Librarian 535 Library Club 53-55, Reporter 545 CORRAL Staff 53, 545 Homeroom Officer 52, 535 Student Council 545 FTA 555 Thespians 55. DAN FAIRMAN Artist for PONY EXPRESS 53, Football 53, Baseball 53, 54, 55. BENNIE FAZZINO "STuBaY" FHA 535 Homeroom Officer 54. CAROLYN FAZZINO FHA 53, 54, 55. Band Officer 555 Band 53, "IsuIvIPEI2" Baseball 535 Manager of "B" Team 535 Hi-Y 53, 545 Hot Rod Club 545 Handicraft Club 53, 54, 555 4-H 535 Hot Rod Club 53. if-T' 'VS N g ,Lf I 2 ,-,4 A wzrff ya 3 JOLENE FICKEY "JO" Homeroom Officer 53, 54, 55, 4-H 53-55, FHA 53-55, Library Club 55. 'Wyatt BENNY FRANKLIN 'N FHA Sweetheart 55, Band 53, Officer 53, FFA 53-55, Historian 54, Student Council 55, Hot Rod Club 53, Hi-Y 53-55, Foot- lights 55. FAYE FRANKLIN Homeroom Officer 53, 54, Girls' Forum Secretary 55, FHA i V V A'-A -F 53-55, Reporter 54, Tri-Hi-Y 54, 55, 4-H 53. ' ' I fr- gf MADELYN GAINES ,gfgsf f Homeroom Officer 53-55, National Honor Society 54, 55, Quill k,'i i l and Scroll 54, 55, Junior Play 54, Director Junior Frolics 54, A Tlwespians 54, 55, Pan American 53-55, Latin 53-54, Footlights I ! 53-55, Tri-Hi-Y 53-55, CORRAL Staff 53, 54, Assistant Editor 54. I 5 "1-:r Guo GALLOWAY Football 55, Homeroom Officer 55. VERNON GALLOWAY Treasurer of Class 53, President of Class 55, Handicraft Club 54, President 54, National Honor Society 54, 55. BARBARA GILKEY Band 53, 54, 55. TRAVIS Goss Pan American Club 53, 54, 55, Band 55. fs NANCY GRIFFIN ""' 4-H 53, 54, 55, FHA 53, 54, Tri-Hi-Y 53, DE 55. ANNIE MAE GuII.LIvIAN Pan American Club 53. 's 91 ""'l 1 'za 5 ,gy ff' I 'aw' fi 4+ Cf JANETTE HAIR FHA 53-555 Tri-Hi-Y 53, 555 4-H Club 53, Foctlights 54, 555 Band 55. NANCY HALE Student Council 535 Homeroom Officer 53, 555 Art Editor LA REMUDA 545 Reporter of Class 555 Business Manager BRONCO 555 Footlights 52-555 Tri-Hi-Y 52-555 Pan American 52, 535 A Cappella Choir 53-555 First Place Solo Contest 545 Alternate All-State Choir 555 Latin 53-55, President 545 Thespians 54, 555 Junior-Senior Banquet 545 Junior Play 545 FTA 54-555 FHA 55. DIANE LOUISE HARRIS HDIH Junior Frolics 545 Pan American 52-555 Tri-Hi-Y 52-555 Foot- lights 52-555 Creative Writers 53-555 Latin 54, 555 Library 545 Tennis 55. ANN HAWKS UWILLIEH Homeroom Officer 53-555 FHA 53-555 Delegate to State Meeting 53. GRACE HELMER ARNOLD HSHORTYH Homeroom Officer 555 CORRAL Staff 555 Pan American 53-55. BARBARA HENDERSON Assistant Librarian 53. CAROLYN ANN HERNDON "LITTLE BIT" Homeroom Officer 525 Library Club 53-55, Secretary 545 Tri-Hi-Y 52-555 Delegate Galveston 555 Camera Club 555 Pan American 52-555 Latin 52-545 Footiigltts 53-555 FTA 555 FHA 55. CAROLYN HOLICK HCOOKIEH Nominee FFA Sweetheart 535 Treasurer of Class 545 Homeroom Officer 545 FHA 53-555 Tri-Hi-Y 53-555 Delegate Galveston 545 Pan American 53-555 Footlights 555 Band 54, 555 Twirler 54, 55. NANCY HOPPESS Girls' Forum Executive Committee 555 Tri-Hi-Y 52, 53, 55 Footlights 52-555 Latin Club 53, 54, 555 Thespian Society 55. SAM HousE HROUGHHOUSEH Hi-Y 55. Q5 N Qs I' 5 f J Q,-A, Anus.-4' pf- fiii sw , JOSEPHINE HOWELL Homeroom Officer 535 Vice President of Class 54-555 Who's Who 545 Junior Play 545 Student Council 555 Citizen of the Week 555 Pan American 53-55, Vice 53-555 Tennis 555 FTA 55. TTM HUBACEK Horneroom Officer 535 Hot Rocl Club 54. ROBERT HUFFAKER Band 53-555 Librarian 53, President 555 Solo Clarinet 53, 555 Junior Play 545 FTA 54, 55, President JOHN IRVING Track Letterman 545 A Cappella Choir 555 Latin Club 53-555 Hi-Y 53-545 Boys' State 545 Hot Rod Club 545 "B" Associa- tion 55. 5,1 IIJOII President 555 Footlights HBOBBYU 54. "J ORDYH DOROTHY KAY IsH HDOTH Homeroom Officer 53, 545 Student Council 555 Third Vice President Girls' Forum 545 Pan American 53-555 Student Director PASF 54, 555 Footlights 53-555 Tri-Hi-Y 53-555 Library 53. BOBBY JARROTT HMOEGLEH Studefnt Council 535 Homeroom Officer 545 Basketball Letter- man 545 Pan American 53-545 Hi-Y 54-55. LARRY JOHNSON MARJORIE ANN JOHNSON HMARGIEH FHA 53, 545 Library Club 535 Tri-Hi-Y 535 Pan American 545 DE 55. PEGGY JOHNSON HPUNKINH Camera Club 52, 53, Secretary 52, Vice President 535 Tri-Hi-Y 535 FHA 53, 545 Footlights 54, 555 Library Club 55. MANLEY JONES NJUNZH Band 545 Creative Writers 545 Hot Rod Club 545 Footlights 555 CORRAL Staff 555 Hi-Y 54, 55, President 55. ."V-f ,A at-..,-A ,, Milt ,i1A Tow' s E , - - ,M 5, ESTELLE LAWLESS FHA 52, 53, 54, 55. CHRIS LERo CORRAL Staff 53. FRED LUTHER JOHNNY LYON Swimming 53-555 Letter 535 Footlights 53-555 Basketball 555 Hi-Y 53-555 A Cappella Choir 52-55. BILLY VAN MCCLELLAN CAROL KELLEY "KELLEY" Homeroorn Officer 535 Thespian 54, 55, Vice President 555 Junior Play 545 Junior Frolics 545 FTA 55. CAMILLE KENNEDY HBUBBLESH Homeroorn Officer 53, 545 Thespian 53-55, President 555 Regional One-Act Play Cast 535 Junior Frolics 545 Footlights Club 53-555 Pan American 53-555 Latin Club 53-555 A Cappella Choir 53-555 Reporter 555 Tri-Hi-Y 535 FTA 55. JERRY KONECNY Homeroom Officer 52-545 Student Council 55: FFA 52, 535 Hi-Y 52-555 Hot Rod Club 545 Football 55. SAM LABARBERA "SAMMY" Leathercraft 535 FFA 545 Pan American 55. HESSIEH "BUDDY" HJAGUARH 'Sw Horneroorn Officer 53-555 Hi-Y 53-545 Football 54. W , 55 S MARY ANN MCCLURE CORRAL Staff 53, 555 Junior-Senior Banquet 545 BRONCO Staff 555 Tri-Hi-Y 52-555 Pan American 52-545 Latin Club 53-555 FTA 555 Girls' Choir 52. ,7- UN 1 CAROL MCCULLOUGH "susiE" Valentine Princess 53, Class Favorite 53, Homeroom Officer 52-54, Junior Frolics 54, Girls' Forum Representative 55, A Cappella Choir 53-55, Tri-Hi-Y 53, 54, Footlights 53-55, Reporter 54, President 55, Band 53, Pan American 53-55, FHA 54. BILL MCDONALD Homeroom Officer 53, 54, Junior Play 54, Thespian 54, 55, Student Council 55, Pan American 53-55, Footlights 53-55, Latin 54, 55. JEAN MCQUEEN HQUEENIEU Homeroom Officer 53, 55, Student Council 53, Junior Frolics 54, CORRAL Staff 54, Footlights 54, 55, Secretary 55, Library Club 53, 54, Secretary 53, Vice President 54, Pan American 53-55, Tri-Hi-Y 53-55, Latin 54-55, FTA 55, FHA 55, Thespian 55. JEAN MADDOX FHA 53, DE 55, Secretary 55. l l J FRANCES LOUISE MAINER "FANNIE LOUH Secretary of Class 52, 55, Homeroom Officer 52, 53, Secretary Girls' Forum 53, 54, Second Vice President 55, National Honor Society 54, 55, Nominee for Homecoming Queen 54, A Cappella Choir 52-55, President 55, Citizen of the Week 55, Tri-Hi-Y 52-55, Latin Club 53-55, Pan American 54, FTA 54, 55. RONALD MARTIN HRONNIEH Class President 53, CORRAL Staff 53, Homeroom Officer 53-54, Tennis Letterman 53, Basketball Letterman 54, 55, Student Council 55, "B" Association 54, 55, Hi-Y 53, 55, Pan American 53, Hot Rod Club 54, Footlights 55. BILLIE DELL MATi-us ww FHA 53-55, 4-H 53-55. KATHRYN MATHIS Pan American 54, 55, Footliglnts 55. WW 'WN WANDA MAYFIELD FHA 52, 55, Band 52-55, 4-H 55. up-v-5. GRACE MELASKY "PEsKiE" Pan American Club 53-55, FHA 55. JS U5 w-Qyf -nf! 152 DONNIE MIZE ALFRED MONCIVAIS JOSEPHINE MORELLA FHA 53-55, WAN DA MORGAN Pan American Club 53, Tri-Hi-Y 53, DE 54, 55. HARRIETT PATRICIA MURPHY HPATH Girls' Choir 52, 53, Junior Play Committee 54, Thespian 54, 555 A Cappella Choir 54, 55: Officer 55, Junior Frolics 54, Camera Club 535 Library Club 53, Footligltts 53-555 Tri-Hi-Y 53-55, Latin Club 54, 55, Pan American 54, 55, FTA 555 Officer 55. HELEN MURPHY Pan American Club 53, 545 FHA 545 DE 55. BILL MYERS "SHANE" Homeroom Officer 53, 54, Student Council 555 Boys' Forum President 555 A Cappella Choir 52-55, Vice President 555 Hi-Y 53-55, Delegate to Youth and Government 555 Footliglwts 53-55: Pan American Club 53-55. 4-H 52-54, FHA 53, 54, DE 55. Civic Committee 555 Executive Committee for Girls Forum 55, Latin Club 53-55, FHA 55. I BOBBY MERKA MERK , Track Letterman 53-55, "B" Association 53-555 Hot Rod Club 54 I MEREDITH MITCHELL MITCH f A Cappella Choir 52-55, Band 52-555 Handicraft Club 53 MARILYN KAY MONASMITH KAY 43' .4- 'W 4, ff' my-R.. WAYMAN NEDBALEK Homeroom Officer 535 Hot Rod Club 53, 54. I BOBBIE JEAN NELSON "ROCK" Sophomore Frolics 545 Sophomore Choir 545 A Cappella Choir 555 All-State Choir 555 Pan American Club 53-555 Tri-Hi-Y 53, 54, 55, Chaplain 555 Tennis Club 545 FHA 545 Footlights 555 Homeroom Officer 53, 54. NANCY NEVILLE HNANH Tri-Hi-Y 52, 535 Camera Club 535 4-H 525 Footlights 54, 555 FHA 54, 55, Band 55. BEVERLY NoRCRoss HBEVH Girls' Choir 53, 54, officer 53, FHA 53-55, Tri-Hi-Y 53-55, Footlights 53. PRISCILLA NORTON HSUClEH CORRAL Staff 555 Library Club 535 Pan American 53-555 Tri-Hi-Y 535 Footlights 54, 55. CAROL OLIVER Homeroom Officer 52, 535 BRONCO Staff 53-55, Assistant Business Manager 54, Business Manager 555 Junior Frolics 545 Business Chairman Junior Play 545 CORRAL Staff 53, 555 Footlights 53-55, Reporter 555 Tri-Hi-Y 53, 545 Pan American 53-555 Girls' Choir 535 Library Club 535 Thespian 54-555 Latin 53-555 FTA 54-55. JAY PAGE Hi-Y 55. DON PALERMO Basketball 52-555 Homeroom Officer 52-545 Hi-Y 52-55, Reporter 555 Latin Club 53-555 Pan American 52-555 Creative Writers 555 Footlights 55. MARY PALERMO FHA 55. RICHARD PALERMO 4-ICN. R cv! gr CHARLES PARADOWSKI "Bo" Homeroom Officer 555 Hi-Y 53, 55, Officer 555 "B" Association 54, 555 Hot Rod Club 54. SHIRLEY PARKS Pan American 53-555 Footlights 53-555 FHA 53-555 FTA 54, 555 Tri-Hi-Y 53-555 Library Club 54, 55. HAMPTON PATTERSON Homeroom Officer 52-545 Pan American 52-545 Hi-Y 54, 55. BARBARA PERRY JAMES PEURIFOY "PURE" Football Letterman 545 Basketball Letterman 54, 555 Track Letterman 54, 555 "B" Association 54, 555 Hi-Y 54, 55. PAT PIPPIN "PIP" Football 53, 54, 55, Letterman 54, 55, Captain 555 Track Letter- man 555 "B" Association 54, 55, CHARLES PIVONKA EVELYN JEAN PORTER "EVE" Junior Frolics 545 CORRAL Staff 555 FHA 53-555 Footlights 54, 555 Tri-Hi-Y 54, 555 A Cappella Choir 555 Junior-Senior Banquet Committee 54. LYNN PORTER "HATTiE" Student Council 535 BRONCO Staff 53, 54, Assistant Editor 545 National Honor Society 54, 555 Girls' Forum Representative 54, First Vice President 555 FTA 55, Historian 555 Tri-Hi-Y 53-555 Pan American 53-555 Latin Club 53-555 Footlights 53-555 Tennis Club 55, District Champion 53, Regional Champion 54. LINDA PoTTs Citizen of the Week 545 All-State Band 545 All-State Orchestra 555 Houston Youth Symphony 545 Band 54, 555 FTA 55. ID- KENT Ports Homeroom Officer 535 Citizen of the Week 545 4-H 52-555 State Dairy Champions 545 Slate Livestock Judging Champions 555 Pan American 53-555 Hi-Y 53-55. NED!! EDWARD Povve LL Homeroom Officer 53, 555 Handicraft Club 535 Hi-Y 53-555 Hot Rod Club 545 Footlights 55. ANNIE LAURIE PRESNAL Student Council 535 Girls' Forum Treasurer 535 4-H 52-55, Officer 53, President District Council 545 Homecoming Queen Nominee 555 A Cappella Choir 53-55, Secretary 555 Tri-Hi-Y 53-555 FFA Sweetheart 54. ANNE PRINCE Class Reporter 535 Class Secretary 545 Tri-Hi-Y 53-55, President 555 Pan American 53-555 Latin Club 53-555 Footlights 53-55. 1 PAUL QUINTERO A HQUINTO' Baseball Letterman 53-555 Homeroom Officer 53-545 "B" Asso- ciation 53-555 Pan American 53-55. VIRGINIA RISINGER "SISTER, Student Council 535 Homeroom Officer 54-555 FHA 53-555 Treasurer 53, President 555 4-H 53-55. 1 GLEN ROSIER FFA 53, 54, 555 DE 55. JEAN RUSSELL FHA 535 Footlights 535 DE 54, 55, President 55. BILLY RUSSELL Radio Club 55. HJO11 Jo ANN RYAN Homeroom Officer 53, 545 Junior Frolics 545 FHA 53-555 Song Leader 555 Tri-Hi-Y 53-555 Footlights 545 Library Club 54-55, Vice President 55. RANDY SCOTT Homeroom Officer 52, 54, Hi-Y 54'55, Swimming Team 54, State Finals 54. MARIA SEDRANI Sophomore Frolics 54, TriAHi-Y 53-55, Sophomore Choir 54, A Cappella Choir 55 Footlights 55. CHARLES SIEGERT FRANK SIKORSKI PATSY SIMMONDS Tri-Hi-Y 55, Footlights 55, A Cappella Choir 55. EUGENE SIMS Homeroom Officer 53, Football Letterman 55, Pan American Club 53, 54. DOROTHY SAUSLEY "sis" FHA 53. LovvEi.L SAXON HSONNYH A FFA 53, 54, 55. -A PEARL SCAMARDO Library Club 55, FHA 53-55, FHA Style Show 53, 54, Tri-Hi-Y 53-55, Delegate to Houston 54, 55, Delegate to Austin 54, 55, CORRAL Staff 55. ANN SCHLESSELMAN Homeroom Officer 53, National Honor Society 54, 55, Prompter Junior Play 54, Junior Frolics 54, BRONCO Staff 55, A Cappella Choir 53-55, Choir Officer 55, Pan American 53, Latin Club 53-55, FTA 55, FHA'55. Latin Club 53-55, Library Club 54, HPATH Picture Not Available, l. 'Kiev MILTON SMITH Radio Club 55. RICHARD SMITH UDIRK' Homeroom Officer 53, 545 A Cappella Choir 54,-555 Librarian 555 Junior Frolics 545 Hi-Y 52-55, Treasurer 555 Choir Executive Council 555 Footligftts 52-555 Swimming 52-555 CORRAL Staff 54. FRANK SOSOLIK HBRAZOSH Homeroom Officer 545 Student Council 535 Hot Rod Club 535 Junior Frolics 54. HENRY STALLINGS "JAKE" Band 53-55, Vice President 55. QW'-if if sniff' .uw f"5 pw-5 , Y nv if Ig. . -as fi. , an ALBERT STEVENS HDUKEH Yell Leader 535 Student Council 535 Swimming Letterman 53-555 Hi-Y 53-555 Pan American 53-555 Footlights 53-55. CHERRY STEVENSON UCHECHH Homeroom Officer 52-545 Student Council 52, 535 Junior Class Officer 545 FHA 52, 535 Girls' Choir 52-535 Pan American 52-545 Junior-Senior Banquet Committee 545 Tri-Hi-Y 52-545 Footlights 53, 545 DE 55, Officer 55. VANCY STRATTA FHA 52, 53. YvoNNE STREETNIAN Class Reporter 545 Homecoming Princess 545 Homecoming Queen 555 Tri-Hi-Y 53-55, Reporter 555 FHA 53-55, Treasurer 55. MARTHA STUART Pan American 53-555 FTA 54, 55, Secretary 55, PATSY TAYLOR "TooTsIE" Homeroom Officer 53-545 Yell Leader 54-555 Head Yell Leader 555 Junior Favorite 545 Junior Frolics 545 FHA 53-55, Parlia- mentarian 53, Reporter 54, Secretary 555 Student Council 555 Tri-Hi-Y 53-55, Secretary 545 Valentine Court 54. uf I ', K ,7 5" F.- p'N 41 X f ,ax if MARY ANN THARP "i.EFTY" ' I-fn, Library Club 54, 555 Library Committee 555 FHA 52-55, A ff' CAROLE LEE THOMPSON 4 f Pan American 53-555 Girls' Forum Representative 5115 Girls' Choir 535 Tri-Hi-Y 53. DARLINE TUCK Homeroom Officer Student Council 555 FRANK URBANOVSKY "UNCLE FRANK" Band Uniform Technician 555 SOIO Cornetist 555 Band 53-55, Vice President 55. RICHARD VANCE Hi-Y 53-555 Football LINDA VAUGHAN FHA 53-55, Historian HUBERT VYKUKAL Homeroom Officer 53, 555 A Cappella Choir 53-555 All-State Choir 53-555 Treasurer A Cappella Choir 555 Junior Frolics 545 National Honor Society 54, 555 Operetta Cast 545 Hi-Y 535 Handicraft Club 53. ROBERT WALKER ,J JEAN TRIOLO 'X l Homeroom Officer 545 Second Vice President of Girls' Forum 555 4-H 53-55, President 5115 FHA 53-55. BEN TROTTER Homeroom Officer 555 Student Council 535 Boys' Forum Officer 555 Pan American 53-55, President 555 A Cappella Choir 53-55. "DEAN" 55, Band 53-55, Editor of CORRAL 55, Foofiaghvs 53, A-H 53, 54. wg.: 53-55. 545 Tri-Hi-Y 53-55, Treasurer 55. DONNA WALLACE ROSEMARY WALLIN FHA 535 Homeroom Officer 53. DOROTHY WALTON Library Club 52, 53, Reporter 535 Latin 53-555 Pan American 52-545 Band 54, 555 FHIZA 54-555 Tri-Hi-Y 525 Footlights 54. PEGGY WEBB K t , T BEVERLY WEHRMAN Homeroom Officer 535 Citizen of Week 54, 555 Student Council 54, 555 National Honor Society 54, 555 President Junior Girls' Forum 535 President Girls' Forum 555 Who's Who 545 Tri-Hi-Y 53-55, Vice President 545 Latin 53-555 FHA 53-55. JOSEPHINE WEIDO "JO" FHA 53-55, Reporter 555 Assistant Editor FHA Paper 555 4-H 53-55. EDWIN WHEAT Hi-Y 555 Junior Frolics 54. COY Lou WHITE "Lu-Lu" Homeroom Officer 555 CORRAL Staff 555 Footlights 54, 555 Tri-Hi-Y 54-555 Girls' Choir 545 FTA 555 Girls' Forum Repre- sentative 55. JANET WHITE "JAN" CORRAL Staff 53-555 Usher Junior Play 545 Junior-Senior Banquet 545 Pan American 53-555 Tri-Hi-Y 535 Footlights 54-555 Homeroom Officer 53, 54. PAT WtLcOx BRONCO Staff 53-545 Class Favorite 535 Student Director Junior Play 545 Chairman Junior-Senior Banquet 54, Vice Pres- ident Student Body 555 Citizen of Week 555 Editor HITCHING POST 555 Pan American 53-54, Delegate 535 Footlights 53-55, Secretary 54, Vice President 555 Latin Club 53-555 Tri-Hi-Y 53-545 Thespian 54-55. ,,,.. awQf""N bl , 'fm H T "' 'Q QQ l ?Ul K, an -- , IW' "' 1 nv. 5'r,., wx ' ti' GRACE YEAGER Library Club 54, 55, President 55, 545 4-H 545 Officer 545 FHA 53-555 FTA 54, 55. GEORGE Yourvc Pan American 52-545 Footlights 54. Louis ZEMANEK Haw 53, 54, Hof Rod Club 54. Boaav WILKINS Homeroom Officer 53-555 Class Officer 525 Class Favorite 52 535 Vice President Boys' Forum 545 Tennis Letterman 53 Baseball Letterman 545 "B" Association 54, 555 Hi-Y 53, 55, Secretary 555 Handicraft Club 535 Hot Rod Club 54. GENE WORTHAM "HuNcHY' Homeroom Officer 535 Baseball 545 Football 53-555 Hi-Y 53 545 Hot Rod Club. BOBBY WRIGHT Vocational Ag 555 DE 55. BILL YEAGER A Cappella Choir 525 Hot Rod Club 545 CORRAL Staff 55 Hi-Y 55. "WILD ON E" 1 OFFICERS JUNIORS CLASS OF '56 Joann Lane Maurine Neal Rebecca MAURINE MOTTER , 7 H , , 7 as President LANE LYNCH 77,, Vice President JOANN NOLEN ,,c,,,c,c 4 ,L , Secretary REBECCA SHAWN . ,, ,L , Reporter NEAL GODWIN O Lc,c ,L,,,Lc, . ,L L , ,L , Treasurer SPONSORS Mr. Rideout Miss Kidd Mr. Ulrey Mrs. Schlesselman Vickie Atkinson Gary Lou Barnes Richard Batten Larry Beal Elsie Beard Linda Beard Evan Benbow Willis Berrier Q wi, K A l. l James Altirnore Gwen Andrews Virginia Arhos 1 ,BI 3 X B: Q 5 Q' A , , A, Q L, 'V T41 'S va. 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We would have you feel at home in your bank. What- ever your problem or need you are invited to call and discuss it with us any time with the assurance you will be treated with every courtesy and consideration at your bank. We would have you feel that above every- thing else in this institution there is a real desire to serve you well. We value, ap- preciate and shall ever strive to deserve and maintain your friendship, good will and business. It shall be our purpose to serve you so acceptably that when opportunity presents itself, you will, as many customers do, bring or send your friends to your bank. Stockholders provide the capital. Officials provide the management. In the final analysis customers make the bank. We are grateful for and proud of the loyalty of the customers of . . . THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK . . . during the past eighty years of its history. We want you to feel that you have a real part in this your bank. If you are not now a customer, we extend you a cordial invitation to become one on the basis expressed above so that you may a real part in this, your bank. ISTAILIINBD ll'll lll'1fli::slm'Nlm1:If01sm1L..lB OF BRYAN BRYAN, TEXAS MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION IIIEHUIHI BRYAN MOTORS W, -5- T309 s. HwY 6- Ro. Box 409 ' BRYAN ,TEXAS Lamb mnnhann Humber Glumpzmg HOME BUILDERS - QUALITY SERVICE PHONE 3-765 1106 COLLEGE AVENLJE NORTON - NEWMAN BRYAN 2llSOu Nllaln S1-.rest E A ,Tbxcl COMPLIMENTS OF EUGENE EDGE and SON DRY GOODS R COMPLIMENTS OF ER 0 ' D ROMAN PHARMACY Dial 2-1383 C Rs PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY qi JT I A ILAW BW' Tam SHOES 8. HosnERY For Women 8: Children CHINA GIFTS CRYSTAL SPORTING GOODS APPLIANCES PARKER-ASTIN HARDWARE COMPANY AMOF CaIdweII's JEWELRY STORE BRYAN HIGH SCHOOL JEWELERS DIAMONDS WATCHES SILVERWARE FABRIC SHOPPE raw? Excl. uszvf manic cfzvrfn IO6 MAIN BRYAN TEXAS SOL KLEIN - JEWELER A I 'S DIAMONDS K N WATCHES - JEWELRY P 0. BOX 569 MENS CLOTHING 310 N M n Ph 2 2 39 208 W zerh FURNISHINGS BRYAN TEXAS W. E."SHORTY" HALBROOKS Sb' 'r""J'3'i""' F CLEANER S JOE FAULK'S AUTO AND APPLIANCE STORE 204 Sou+h Parker CROSLEY Sala and Seruico BRYAN TEXAS DIAL 2-54I9 We give SSH green stamps BRAZOS MOTOR OO. STUDEBAKER - PACKARD H. I.. WHITLEY, Sn CONGRATULATIONS, BRONCOS T' A For Comple+e Home Decorafions and Ar+is+'s Ma+erials l+'s e!Vm'4 Bannon cffop ,lax Il05 Souih College Ave. BRYAN, TEXAS Phone 2-I658 NAN THOMPSON Nexf fo P. O. Bryan, Texas HASWEL L' S SINCE i888 STATIONERY RECORDS NOVELTIES School Supplies Greeting Cords Gifts for all Occasions 24th of Main 2-3235 SOSDL Tvsrviu i Q . . . .there is no substitute for EXPERIENCE! .if you don't know DIAMONDS, know SAN KEY PARK your trusted keepsake jeweler Success begins where WHITE AUTO STORE MCKINZIE BALDWIN home ot greoter values BUSINESS COLLEGE als N. BRYAN PHoNE 2-Iss? """'i"g ends PHONE 3 - 6 65 5 O Van D ke 'LCA St df U I0 PHAQBAACV , PORTRAITS-CANDIDS Drugs, Cosmetics WEDDINGS P'eSC'iP'i0"f' zos s. Main Ph. 2-27:5 Corner Bryan 8: 26th 2-l345 M0 Qullo oh D sb - C""'fZ0t07fo'M7Mi":'hm?CZ--3 G. E. APPLIANCE DEALERS B---iii YY 55054 fo! qflfomzn and dgildmzn U CHIC Q f X592 600 Brqan, Texas V Telephone 2-1239 101 Nom-tk Ma. EARLY emo TRADING PosT PHARMACY RIDGECREST VILLAGE FABRICS, NOTIONS, Tovs, HOUSEWARES, INFANTS and TODDLERS CLOTHING... . 3545 TEXAS AVE., BRYAN kv 01944 rnnvr :rags amjlfkfzefzfs af - ,L V H X I ' I V w -fi? Iguana mass runuuvufwi OLDSMOBILE CADILLAC sRowN-Au.EN Moron co. 3 Mann a+ 20+h S+. Bryan, Texas SALES SERVICE , I 1'-OD GIS. PARKER LUMBEFP 00. ING LATI-I, LUMBER, SHINGLES, MOULDINGS, SASl'l,DO0RS LIME, FIRE annex, FIRE cl.AY, CEMENTQ Bun.nERs' HARDWARE R 0. 80X 3l2 PHONE 2 l976 PHONE 2 5325 Q05 F ELLISON PHARMACY I ff ' SINGER Sswme CENTER 202 M 26Nl SI F. W. WOOLWORTH CO. SCHOOL SUPPLIES 0.5. GRIESSER ELECTRIC CO. YOUR F RIGIDA IRE DEAL ER- SINCE -4925- fh SOPNG CE ER DOMAHO Cofn d Duncan. co. E S SALES? SERVICE bnvmo TEXAS PM Congratulations to the Seniors Bryon High School DISHMAN PONTIAC CG. BRYAN, TEXAS Soles Service fi Qlenirzzl Texas 'fgarhfnare Qlnmpang 202 SOUTH BRYAN AVENUE ARDWAR COMPLETE LINE O Phone 2-1388 CHINAWARE Ergan, Evxaz CRYSTQEYTYTES MATHIS FRAN K5 - HOME SUPPLY VI Gifis - Appliances Insurance Service Home Furnishings BRYAN, TEXAS -:- PHONE 2-l265 Toys 203 N. MAIN BRYAN. TEXAS CITY NATIONAL BANK BRYAN, TEXAS I 'z fr.-.-, g i?5'3fZffj"':2: i A . ' XV' X f:i!3!5f2 'i X . I III., g' ' ' ' we-If IGN, X M5455 R Itijf- , Iv I , X. I I X ,7 Iam'-fe! 1 , A f Ib II.. Bu , X 'B lr 'O ' 1 -- ,V f 9 9 xQ'lt", M ' 5 ' E" - .6, i wqg I Q , AX Il 'fb' fv ' '- '- 80 -5 ' 'OL a , - - GX :qu I - KN jf +0 'A Z XX I ' X - x S .ff 'X X W J 0' I X MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION SSEX CoIson's Corner I08 Wesi 26il'1 Sireei' Bryan Building P' O' Bo' 58 and BRYAN, TEXAS . . Mrs. Barry Colson Phone 2-I57I Loan Association BRYAN, TEXAS II4 Souih Bryan S+. COMPLIMEN-I-S OF 2-1433 Duke Gnd Ayl'6S 2-I646 INC, 54: +o 51.00 Sfore J. C. MCLAUGHLIN HIGHWAY CONTRACTOR Ca U 'S BRYAN' TEXAS swf shop Sh T th Distinctive Wear op a e for GUARANTEE STORE Quality Merchandise Women and Children W S. D. CLOTHIERS BRYAN TEXAS PETER'S THE RADIO SHOP Muslc sl-nop TELEVISION 305 w.3e 2-28:9 Phone 2-l930 2I3 w.3e Ken Ha,,a,a,, HALSELL MOTOR CO. I4lI Texas Ave. Your Dodge Dealer Since I922 DODGE AND PLYMOUTH CARS AND TRUCKS Dial 3-784 T31 . 'V' AQ! ,.......k THE WALLACE PRINTING CO. Anyfhing in Prin+ing BRYAN, TEXAS Books S+a+ionery COLL 1 , 4 4 Z f f ,,, ff , .ff Z! 5 xx., ,. , f' -" A, f,,.f , I-Z1 1 , ? E E , 5 5 -' 5 2 I T f-' 0 ,. ! ' 1'-'If' i Jn f Jfkpzdfy, I a ,, , - 1 .- I ff' f ' 1 5 " I nv if S 5 ' 1 f ! 'f "' ' 5 5 " f ---3 17 7: 5 5 1 H 4 1 1 ' 1 9 rf. 9 3 . 9 1 Z J f -4 f X771 p ,Z 5 Zfff 'F 4? 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Dealers in all kinds af Building Materials Bryan, Texas 2-l559 BLAC K'S RIDGECREST PHARMACY T 35II Texas Ave. Hwy. 6 Sou+h, Bryan BLAC K'S PHARMACY 8l7 Texas Ave. Hwy. 6 Soufh COLLEGE STATION KORA Com plimenfs of B. G. Oliver GENERAL MOTORS ACCEPTANCE CORPORATION -1 - 4 'lr TWO CDNVENIENT LDCATIONS if SUPER MARKETS T IN IRYA I if , 3 , 5 1 3 k xxx fx, Q mg ' 4 7. -L..,, Q try cw, J. 59 W Y 7 N -f.. ? il'if5QgE'T 2' ",,Qs4? 'T ms. mn-E QE N ap G Cz? Q: wi W .M md 4 N .O Q J X 'mx 1 A5 J' - Illini! I It 5 X.. -x.' Q fiis.. - i Tk M , M f A . . . ' q..L .- . " " -' , . ,jf'Fg'X-ggfrg ?fg-.-1,45 ---L I ' 5 V .Wg Y . F . . . .. - ,jj kkr. 5 g1,,,, ,..- .lg-gl J 1 K Q:',w'- - '-f A., .1 2- .,,z,.,1w. 3, M.. v ,X-1 , , .. ' f . -, - . .... ' .L w, 'iffi' riff? 35. .1 - if ' . .W M , i 1 . f- Q ,Q N Q NX f .. K R a ff SSM Ag. bi .. .+R , . ,gms , fe N f -4 53 Z... . 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