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

 - Class of 1956

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AUSTIN HIGH SCHOOL BRYAN, TEXAS THE 1956 BRONCO FOREWORD In preparing this annual for you, it has heen our purpose to capture the spirit of S.F.A. so that you may later relive the happy, exciting: days spent here. This year our own lVlr. B. will help us in carrying out this goal. In trying to eover every phase ol' svhool life. a new feature. the classroom seetion, has heen added. A sincere thanks goes to everyone responsilrle for this hook-staff assistants for their tireless work and the administration and the sponsors for their co-operation with our plans. An untold numher of hours at all times of the day and night have gone into your 1956 BRONCO. Now it is yoursg we hope you like it. JANE GIBSON Editor-in-Chief 1 TABLE OF CONTENTS FOREWORD- I I .- DEDICATION TTTT,TTTTTTTTTTT,w,,,,,, ,, CALENDAR OF EVENTS ,E,,EEE,EE ,S ADMINISTRATION ..,..I,., CLASSES SSSSSSSSSSW L ,, ORGANIZATIONS SSSSSSS ,S FEATURES .,S.SSSS ,- ATHLETICS L,...LSL,SL, -L -L ADVERTISEMENTS LL.LL.LL -- 0 I.-agg ,V - wh DEDICA TION To our Filltll' thunmm Spirit, towering in grvutncss and wvr uvcr us and flnlllg our hearts and mmcls with thv flctcrntitlutimt to livf- the- lifv that it points out-fund to them' tntuh' thih se-html u hlvssing to us. we proudly amd StllCt'l'0ly ttvclivattc- thih hunk. thc' V150 HHUNCU. 5 r Q K 3 t Q t 2 3 N 'A N Bb R0 , :MN.0uusuNnla ,fx-5 W' nf' 0. through thvil' untiring 1-ffo1'ts toward progrcsw, haw? CALENDAR OF EVENTS SEPTEMBER Tuesday 6-School starts Friday 9-First yell practice Friday 16-Conroe, there Friday 23-Nacogdoches, here Tuesday 29-Annual pictures Friday 30-Brenham, there OCTOBER Wednesday 5-Dr. Sutton Thursday 6-Dr. Sutton Friday 7-Waco, here Friday 14'-Corsicana, there Thursday 20-McCallum, there Friday 28-Temple, here NOVEMBER Friday 4-Brownwood, here, Homecoming Saturday 5-Junior class cake sale Senior class bottle drive Sophomore class job day Friday 11-Travis, there Friday 18-Palestine, here Thursday 24'-Thanksgiving holidays Tuesday 29-First basketball game, Madisonville, there DECEMBER Thursday 1-.lunior Class Play Monday 5-Football Banquet Friday 9--Basketball tournament Monday 12-Pan-American Banquet Sunday 11-Messiah, A Cappella Choir Thursday 15-Band Banquet Friday 16-Christmas holidays Monday 19-Christmas dance Saturday 31-New Year's dance JANUARY Tuesday 3-Back to school Saturdays 14, 21, and 28-Peanuts sold for March of Dimes Wednesday 18-First day of exams Friday 20-Last day of exams Saturday 28-March of Dimes Benefit Dance FEBRUARY Saturday 4-All-state choir Friday 10-Valentine court Saturday 11-Valentine Dance Friday 24f-Junior Class Dance at Rec MARCH Wednesday 7-Latin Slave Sale Friday 9-Intra-Squad football game Saturday 10-Sophomore Dance Monday 12-Career Week Begins Thursday 15-Latin Banquet Tuesday 20-National Honor Society Friday 23-Senior Class Play APRIL Tuesday 3-Back to school from Easter Friday 7-Texas Relays Tuesday 10--D. E. Banquet Wednesday 11-Sophomore Frolics Thursday 12-F.F.A. Banquet Wednesday 18-Senior Frolics Thursday 19--Band to Liberty Thursday 26-Elections and Field Day Saturday 28-Band Carnival Sunday 29-Choir Tour Monday 30-Choir Tour MAY Thursday 3-Band Spring Concert Friday 4'-Junior Frolics Tuesday 8-"B" Association Initiation Thursday 10-YB" Association Bar-B-Q Friday 11-F.H.A. Style Show Saturday 12-Junior-Senior Banquet Tuesday 15-A Cappella Choir Kiwanis Banquet Thursday 17-Baseball Bi-District playoff Highland Park, there Choir Spring Concert Friday 18-Senior Trip Monday 21-Baseball Bi-District game, here Wednesday 23-Senior Exams Begin Friday 25-Junior and Sophomore exams Sunday 27-Baccalaureate Monday 28-Commencement Thursday 31-Report Cards ,1- -13 11 ,I-ff'-n ill' CAMPUS 6 TENNX5 COURTS and PICNXC ARE AS X X ,, bww 1- , A 'L I ,Y 'ff Zn gg,gg?1f5E3li9SR2 ' ' M,,,..M - iv ' i 6 xy ...M rf"""Ar .' ve' page ' K ,, i kg .iiiaji I P 'V .1 Q55 Through the leadership and guidance of the administrators and the fine spirit of coopera- tion set by them, students are prepared to be happy, useful adults. 'fd QU' sf Q M f N-Q-Q., vlan... W x F, . ADMINISTRA TICN ADMINISTRATION NQIF' 3 . 5 I I 5 I H W. R. CARMICHAEL Superintenrlent SCHOOL BOARD Ss-ated: Pat Newton. Secretaryg Otis Donaho, R. I. Bernath, R. V. Armstrong, President. Standing Horace Dansby, George E. Adams. Jack Howell, Vice Presidentg W. R. Carmichael. 'PUNK H. W. COOK Principal WESLEY SUNIMERS Assisumi l"rinr'ipal T Pri . 0 f ., Q . i SECRETARIES Svate-dz Mrs. Sh-wart. Standing: Dolores Noto, Margaret Cullen, Mary Jane Nedbalek. Not shown: Mrs. Linney. 4' f lim X., Q.,-S Gigi' 1-7 .1-5 I, Y' ' .if Uur lihrury, umlvr thx' supwvisimi uf Nli-s Wood and with Ihc' assist- zimw- uf many work:-rs, svrvvi S.F.A. sludl-nts wx-ll. MRS. H. J. BEAMER BS. Hnmernaking CARL BEST I3.M.g MAI. Choral Music iw 3' . Zg- 21 Ni S.F.A. ROGER BOND B.S.g M.Ed. Distributive Education MRS. RICHARD BURLESON Bb. Shorthand, Typing WINNIE CARTER B.A.g M.A. English MRS. LEE COFFEY BS. Spvvch. English JA MES C. DOOLEY BS.: MS. Vocational Agriculture' MRS. B. E. DUNKLE B.A.g MA. Algebra. Plane Geometry ww, AKA my . ,K FACULTY MRS. J. M. GOODMAN lS.A., M.A. Physics, Chemistry JAMES GRIFFIN B.A., M.A. Shop. Civivs. P.E. MATTYE PEARL HENRY B.A.g M.A. Svcre-tarial Trainin Typing MARY HYMAN B.A.g M.EtI. English REX KATHCART B.B.A.g M.Ecl. Art MARY BELL KIDD Bb. Physical Education MRS. A. L. UIESENSCHLAG Bb. Biology M A lf COODLETT l5.A.g M.A. English , .Way ws gyw A '4 '3'f""A Q The A Cappella Choir traditionally carols each year before Christmas. '91 7- 6 rm Ylggr Ja I '41 D- . 5-S 1 .I. 'I n f.lx14's. I'.I'.. .IUIIA LINNICX ILS.: Nl.EtI. uvrivzm IIiNtm'x "N x .. ,q Q-,.,, I -4 X , C33 'xp If . wt WW' 'I'ht- t'afr'tm'r'iu staff. Hrs. Ou-raII. Nlrf. Mingus. Ili:-tirian: Nlrs. Hug- ghins. and Nlru. Ilunhzxr prmitle- tasty. Il0llI'ISI'lIllgl fum 1Ie'nts. I for the' stu- 3525-Jf ' I I I I ag, tt, . ,QW I". KUNICIINY S' F'A' Ii X - NI 'X S. EIIIJ XIvIION.XI.I IIA. IYIIQIIPII. I,ut1n NIIIS. tl. II. XII-GOWN IIS. IgtNlIxkt'l'IlIllg. Typing. IIIISIIIUSS xl'lIIIlllt'llt' C. B. NICGOWN IIS.: NI.ICtI. Iiuntl NIRS. .I. C. XIIIIIER IIA. Ifnglifll, Journalism H.-KROLIJ 'If NIUUIH IIB.: NIA. ICI-ur1m11im's. Salt-sxnansltip .'Xtm'ricun History H. I.. NOLEN ISS.: 31.8. Algeljra. Ct-mm-try 5 A W3 52 U. wr' Q .lm FACULTY WAX NE Rllll-fOl"I' nf.: xml. isi.,i.,g,'. vii. NIRS. QL, VV, SCHI.ESSl-ll.M.-KN BA. .-Ugvhru. lim-nvral Math NIARTHA LOU SMITH IEA.: Bb. Hmm-making PECK VASS BS.: KLA. Driu-rs' Training. Texas History. P.E. MRS. NI.-XRY ELLEN VINCENT B.A.g KLA. Spanish MARIE WOOD BA.: SLA. Librarian SABRA PARSONS BA.: BLA. English STEPHEN PEARCE ILS.: NI.Emi. Industrial Arts ' 1 z ., H . 313. nw V. ,, , ,. . V M ....... A M .,,N . fxvmw . , i ,,,.,w ...,... ,- n 'K fs- 'T' -, -xx , ,L ZQZ7' Wi! ag: Future Robin Hoods are given op- portunities for practice in Physical Education. First row: Pat Plagens, ,laniv Patrarwlla. Lillian Gaston. Carolyn Rumfield, Mary Ann Ponzio, Patsy Hopkins. Second row: Bc-th Shaunfivlml. Calc Jolie-S. Lynvll WiPPCl0ll. Sur- Burlin, Judy Cannon, Dianna- Grim-ssc-r. 'NIR 42. S, I'. QIHIQNSII,-KW rvvlm' uf fiurrivulum OFFICE ASSISTANTS HIGH SCHOOL HELPERS 'i3""' MR. LEON HAYES lliisinvss Nlanag:-r MRS. FRED IZLLIOTT ,. liar' er Miss Hymanas English class is a hig surprise to each senior every day-one never knows what is going to happen. ENGLISH AND SPEECH Thinking, reading, writing, hearing, and speak- ing are activities everyone engages ing English and Speech help to develop these senses. English Literature courses open the gateway to the thoughts of others, and English Grammar courses build on this foundation to better self-expression. In Speech, individuals learn to express their ideas before oth- ers and have the opportunity to take part in debates, plays. and similar activities. F M., M-'Nm A Y - g . Miss Parsons' junior English classes discuss social coffe- spondence. I7 nf" FOREIGN LANGUAGES Two years of Spanish and two years of Latin are offered as elertive courses. The students are taught about the different coun- tries and their customs, as well as how to speak. read and understand the language. SPANISH M MUSIC CHOIR "5g,,., ln the music department of S.F.A., stu- dents have an opportunity to participate in either the A Cappella Choir under the direc- tion of Mr. Best or Band under the direction of Mr. lVlcGown. These classes help spread . . f good will for the hlgh school as they 0 ten entertain civic groups. if f, BAND Out-of-town trips, such as this one to the State Fair at Dallas, are an important part of the band's activities. MATHEMATICS Algebra students begin their foundation in math upon which the more advanced phases are built. The Math Department increased its field this year by adding a college preparatory course for sen- iors. advanced algebra. Not only are two years of algebra and one year of business arithmetic of' fered, but boys and girls may elect to go farther and take plane and solid geometry or trigonome- try. -an Plane geometry students learn theorems, axioms, and postulates in order to solve their many, many propositions. NATURAL SCIENCES Biology offers to students a chalice to learn about living things, to study their habits, and to make collections of various specimens with the help of Mrs. Giessenschlag, their instructor. Our department of Natural Sciences is well staffed and equipped to give students the best possible background in this field. Instruction in biology, chemistry, and physics is offered. Experiments highlight the day for those taking chemistry under Mrs. Goodman. Careful study for the preparation of these experi- ments must be followed up by a detailed observation in writing. tarial Training class in the inas- ii Sl it A 55 53 lv' T ji 'fukin I dictation aids the Secre- ls erx of shorthand l l COMMERCIAL ARTS The Stephen F. Austin High School Commercial Arts Department offers a wide xaricty of subjects to prepare students for jobs in the business and Commercial world. Besides beginning and advanced typing. shorthand. bookkeeping, business arithmetic. and secretarial training are offered. .ll .ll lfiimffiai' 1 . Typing teachers give students as much individual attention as pos- sible. Here. Mrs. Burleson in- structs Pat Merka in the proper form for a letter. SHOP ,g,.,r. N -. Down in the basement of S.F.A., 'K' boys learn to design and make things under the direction of Mr. aww., ' W I me T Pearce. ' 1 SOCIAL STUDIES Visual aids films, such as the one shown by Mr. Linney, help American History students in their study of the growth of this country. DRI VER'S TRAINING Under the steel-nerved guidance of Mr. Vass, future drivers dis- cover what makes a car tick and how to make it run. Girls' l'. lf. Classes take part in varied sports and indoor actixi- ties from strenuous basketball gznnvs to tricky relay races. PHYSICAL EDUCATION Volleyball is only one of the many games that the boys enjoy during their P. E. classes. Out- door sports are also included when the weather permits. HOMEMAKING The arts of successfully creat- ing a home are taught to girls in S.F.A.'s homemalcing d e pa r t- ment. llere Miss Smith lends as- sistance to a sewing class. t c DISTRIBUTI VE EDUCATION llistrihutive education o f f e r s Broncos a unique and profitable high school course. D.E. students attend regular classes each morn- ing. including one in husiness technique, and work each after- noon. X' i X VOCATIONAL AGRICULTURE Learning to become the farmers of tomorrow, vocational agricul- ture hoys study everything from animals to crop production. i gf" Students at S.F.A. are given the best possible educational advantages through a varied cur- riculum and many special courses. Here is a typical hall scene as students pass from class. fi 9 XL X 653' fry '4- ff Q K X CLASSES 6 FLOYD ABBOTT P'du'e TRIIITT ALLEN GWEN ANDREWS Student Council 53Q Homeroom President 52, 543 A Cappella Choir 55, 56, Secretary 563 Class Treasurer 533 Footlights Club 52-56. Secretary 563 Future Home- Inakers 53-563 Pan-American 52-562 Tri-Hi-Y 52, 53: Thespian Society 56. VIRGINIA ARHOS National Honor Society 55, 563 Junior Play, Student Couneil 563 Corresponding Secretaryg Homeroom Of- ficer 53-563 Miss Pan Am 553 Thespian Society 55, 563 Pan-American 53-56, Officer 53, 543 Vice President Girls' Forum 56: Footlights 53-56: Latin Clull 53-55. DOROTHY ARNOLD Mid-'l'erIII Graduate. VICKIE ATKINSON lVlid-Term Graduate. SENIORS OFFICERS--Mr. Rideout. Spon- sor: Mr. Griffin, Sponsor: Carol Cartwright, Secretaryg H e I1 r y Blazek, Vive President: Don Griffin, Presidentg Joyce Webb. Reporterg Sarita Colson, Treas- urer, Mrs. Burleson, Sponsor. Not shown: Mrs. Sclilesselman, Sponsor. JCR CLASS OF '56 PAUL BARBOT GARY Lou BARNES Junior Play 555 C-irls' Forum Representative 54. 55, Amateur Hour 54, 55g Footlights 53-563 Pan-American 53-56g Tri-Hi-Y 53-56, ,lunior Frolics 553 Sophomore Frolivs 53. NIARGARET BARNES Future Homemakers 54. 55: Girls' Choir 53, 54. VIRGINIA BARNES Transfer from Terrellg National Honor Society 55, 'fix 56. in RICHARD BATTEN Four-H Club 53-56, Future Farmers 53-56. LARRY BEAL Homeroom President 54, Vice President 53. ELSIE BEARD Student Council 56g Pan-American 53-56, Reporter 56g Homeroom Officer 54g Footlights 53-553 CORRAL Staff 563 Tri-Hi-Y 53-55g Junior Frolics 553 Sophomore Frolics 543 .lunior Play Committee. LINDA BEARD Business Manager of BRONCO '56g Girls' Forum Rep- resentative 55. EVAN BENBOW A Cappella Choir 53, 545 Junior Frolics 55. WILLIS BERRIER Hot Rod Club 54-g Pan-American 54-56g CORRAL Staff 563 Barbershop Quartet, Reporter 563 Hi-Y 55, 56g .lun- ior Frolics 55g Homeroom Officer 54. FN I X SENIORS Pic+ure HENRY BLAZEK Nof Available Stud:-nt Council: National Honor Son-if-ty 55. 56: llonw- HIUIII Uffivr-rg Four-H Club l,l'l'Slfll'lll unnl YiI'I--l'rI'-i- Ilontq Vive- l'rI'siIl4-III lloys' Forulnz Vivo Pr:-fiflm-III Sonior Class. SOPIIIE BOETTCIIER fins ,JN DOROTHY BOMNSKIE DE Club. Honor in DE Club: TrvasIII':-r DE Club 56. IRENE BOMNSKIE f Irary ClIIb: Nl:-Ilul in l.iln'ury Club: IIE Club: Fool- I-IIIGIQNI: BORISKIE lVllKIC BRIGGS ',g ts Club: llblll-.'XIIlQ'l'lI'Llll Club 54-56. W 0. , ,www iii Swllllllllllgl 'IR-ann. l.I-III-rnlan 54. 55. 561 Hi-Y Club: lluslu-Ilnull 'l'1'anI3 l'aII-'XIIII-riI'aII Club. President 56: Stull:-nl Counril: llonu-room Uflivr-r. "ll" Association: .lunior Roturiun 56: ,lunior Frolivsg Sonior Frolivs. DAVID HUNTING Ny... 9 National Honor Socivly 55. 56. l're'si4lI-III 56: Homo- room Oflirvrg lfootllilll Te-am. Lvttr-rInan 54. 55. 56: 'l5l4Lll'li 'll-urn. Lf-It:-rxnan 54. 55. 56: lntraxnural Repro- -I-Iltulivm-. l'I':-simle-IIt 56: "ll" A5soI'iaIion: Norman llansby Awarrl in Foot lJl'LlI'lLlll 56. Jor: CAMPISE ball. .X Lappxlla Llllllf. LI lfomlnull 'l'I-Inn: lluwlu-Ilmll learn: llasvball Team: lllllIIl'I'lNllll Offiwr: "ll" .NvoI'iaIioI1: Hot Roll Club 55. CAIII-o CANILIQLOSI Ilu-vlmll 'l'I'lIIIl 5-lg lfour-H Club: Hot Roll Club: Bar- lH'l'hll1lIl lxlllL!!'lQ'l 56: "ll" ,-Xssooialiolmz Hanclicraft Club 56: llznbo Llub 56, BII.I.Y CANNON lllt 1-llllll Plilllllulllx l.lllllZ Ill ' ll Club 53-56. I! Roll Club 55: Four- CLASS OF '56 CAROL C.-xR'rwR1Onr St'l'l't'lill'j S1-nior Cla-s 56: M-II lwullvx' 56: .lunior Play Nlukf'-tip iillillflllklll 55: Home-rootn Offieer 561 lloim-4'olnii1g1 Qin-vii 56: Yulvntint- Queen 561 Class l"zixor'ile- f 1 's l P.-x1,MA CAsn Valentine- Court 559 lllnnr-cunning Court 559 Class lfuxorite- 55: lloinf-room Olfiu-r 55: Girls' Forum Rep- rv-viitatiw 551 FH.-X Vice Pr:-sill:-nt 56: Pan-American 53-561 'l'f-i-Hi-Y 53-56. LUKE CEMINO Fl".-X qiwzircl. Dairy Mluslgiingg llmnr-room Presiclentg lfootball fllt, llaselmall llll. lfasketball llfl 53-569 FFA. 'l5i'r-tisim-1' 55. 56. Viet' Pres 55: llanmlivruftz Hi-Y, MAROLYN CHAMBERS Stuilm-nt ffouncil 563 Pan lllf Club 55. 56. President 569 Hoineroom Officer 56g National Honor Society 569 Outstancling DE Stuflent56. .'xlHt'I'l1'8Il 53, 549 FTA 563 itlent 54-569 Hot Rod Club BUDDY CHANCE Band 53-56, President 56g Amateur Hour 559 All- District Band 564 Junior Frolics 559 Homeroom Offi- cerg Football IB! 54-569 Pan-American Club 53-569 Hot Roll Club 55. CAROLYN COBB Homi-room Officer 54-569 Junior Play Production Man- agerg Girls' Forum Representative 559 Thespian 50- ciety 569 Footlights Club 53-569 Pan-American Club 53-569 Tri-Hi-Y 53'56Q Sophomore Frolicsg Junior Frolics. Senior Frolics. , iffb. SARITA COLSON Tri-Hi-Y 53-56, President 56, Representative to State Youth and GOVETUHIGDIQ Senior Class Treasurer 569 Homeroom Officer 549 Junior FrOlics9 Pan-American 54-569 Footlights 53-563 Thespian Society 56. JAMES COOPER DAVID COWSERT Band 53-56, Officer 56, District Band 56, Amateur Band 56g Hot Rod Club 55. GLADYS CROWLEY Junior Play Committee 559 Junior-Senior Banquet Com- mittee 55g Future Homemkers 55, 56. ,pr-. 5 3l JI-:may Cnu'l'r:llvlm.n Illi 35. 30. Klvl-:lc IJ,ull.lxlcm: llulm-mum Ufliv:-r 50: lfmullmll Sl-56. llc-A llavk Sh: lla!-lu-llrull sul. 41.11 lluwlmll ,mllwlyg X Luppl-llu f.l1nlI' l Sli-Sh. Yiwu- ll'l'Nl1l1'Ill 501 Ili-X 53-56. Pl'l'Nlll1'Ill 56: l'uIurv lm'm'lu'r- .m.m. nh, Nm- lll'l'5I4l4'Ill ,ufug "ll ,M-m-iulinll Bl-36: flrifl Irma iflulr 33. 36: l.z1tiu llllllu SX-56: lxkllllbllill llumlr Nwivly Sh. llolmmzl-1 IJANSBY lfmvtluull 51-511. llillllillll 563 'lrau-k 33-Slug junior Play: Sa-niur l'lLly: N lfuppn-llal lfllnir 33-Sh. llrr--imlm-nt 56. All- Slulv lllnfir 55. .365 "ll" Xfsm-iuliml 5-1-561 Oriel lruu l.llIlv 4.1. nh. Nm' l,I'1'Nllll'Ill -1.11 lll-X .1-1-Sh: .lunmr l"ruli1'N: lxllllillllll llmmr Suvivty 56. Cmml, lMv1s llmm-mmm l,l44'Slll1'Ill .-.lg l'll0llIg1lll5 .vi-nfl: llillI-'xIIll'I'l- V' run 53-363 'l'ri-lli-X JS. 563 ,Iuuinr lfroliv-3 National llmlnl' 54H'll'lf aft, 'l'oM M Y I Dm N lllt f.lulr .mfv. Iimmmm lima . . , , -- . l'uIur:- llmm-Hulk'-rx ,mg l.m- Xrm-ru-an .rl-.103 ll'I'l'll-N 511-36. SENIORS 'l'ln- yvll l1'lllll'I'r llun. ffuml. ,ll'illl. l,u-lyn. Alum-Ile-. mul l'l1ylli- hum' W alum' Ll Npla-mlirl july nf I4-guling lhv l Fluvle-nl llurly in glllIll'N Illrmlullulli lllf' 5 1-ur. Picfure Noi Available .3 LELA DOCKERY - JOE BRYAN DONAHO C DON DRAPER EMMA EDWARDS ffm 1-:sv CLASS OF '56 Pan-.-Xmerican Club 54-563 DE Club 56. . Fnotball 55. 56: llafeiuall 55. 561 Junior Playg Senior Play. Hi-X 54-56. Reporter 561 Pan-American 53-56. 5ec'l't'tary 563 National Honor 5m'ir'ty 56g A Cappella Choir 54-56. Yell lmarler 55. 56: Junior Play: Swimming 53-56, Co-Captain 55: lfmvtligzlits 5-1-56. President 56g Thes- 5' pian Society 55. 561 Hi-Y 54-56, Representative to Yuuth aml Cnvernment 55g Four-H Club 53-56g Latin Club 54-56: Raflin Club 56. DE Club 56. MINNIE ELLIOTT DE Club 564 Future Honwniakvrf 5-1-56. MARY GRACE EMOLA Pan-American Club 54-56: Future Homemaker- 54-56. PAUL EMOLA Y' H01 Rod Club 55. Four-H Club 55. 56. VANETTE ENGLISH 53-56. Chaplain 56. Delegate to Beaumont 56: Thes pian Society 55. 56, Second Vice President 565 Font Yearbook 563 Band 53-56, Twirler 55, 56. Picture JOAN F REY No, Tri-Hi-Y 56. Available EPHRIAM GARCIA Transfer from Temple. Junior Playg Seniur Playg Amateur Hour 543 Tri-Hi-Y lights 53-56. Chairman 56: Future Homemakers 56: -'VK 33 E Rl NEAL GUIDWIN N .4lpll0lIl4lI't' l"uuu'itt-1 .luniur l"avoritt': I-'uothall Lrttvra :nun wi mt um 16 In fin ff. f , ff. T 3 'mtlwall 'l'ri-Captain: Stuclc-nt unvil: Yalvntina' tfuurt 56: St-niur Favoritv. tI1ci.r:N GONGOHA l,ilIl'.'xlll1'!'lt'illl l,lulw. tJ0N H0 GRIFFIN nu-rumn Office-r: junior Play: Anlatvur Hour: Citi SENIORS RONNIE CARRISON Football 56: llast-hull 55: Nuys' Forum 'l're-asurvr 56: Hi-Y 56: DF lflulm 55: Valvntinn' King 56: Senior Favorite 56. HERNDON GEORGE JANE GIBSON National Honor Suvivty 55. 56. St't't't'ILil'y 56: 'flnwpiun Sorivty 55. 56: Quill and Svrull 55. 56: Stumlvnt lfuun- Cil 563 Svvuml lliatrivt. lfirst Ke'gium,1- 'l'liirtl Stutt- AA Typing 55: Junim' Play Studi-nt llin-t'tur': -X lfup- pvlla Choir 55. 56. Curr:-fpumling 51-wt-tary 56: llilvli- ing lltvst Cltillflltlill 56: F'l'A 56: Ftmtligltth 53-56: BRONCIU Assistant lftlitnr 55. lftlitnr 56. zvn nf ilu' Wm-lx. l,l't'hlfll'Ili nf Sf-nior Class: Baseball "ll" 'IH un Xlul A ' ' jur -1 1 . at-I Airplane- Lluliz Foutlights Club: tim' Frtalivfg Sr-niur lfrulivs: Hot Rml Club: Tlws- piun Stwivty: Srnior Play. PAT IIALBROUKS Rtlfltttlill llunml 55 56: .Xmuta-ur Hour: FTA: FHA: P4111 K -' me-rirain lflulm 53. 54. 55. 56: Tri-Hi-Y Club Ft't'hllIltilll Chuir: Junior Frulics: lflaglmf-arm' of Band 55. 56, LINDA tlfurian Uulll tml Ntlltll uv 16 4 1 iam .162 l.rn'ntiu- Vilritvrs' fillllll l.-X lilfixllllli Staff ru' 5ll1'll'lN 563 Fl'-X l'm-t nl tlu' Nun' hsarml 53-55. I',x'rsY IIi:,x'rll 34 l"uturr llnzmwuzlkt-1'-: l,ilIl-'XlIt4'l4ll'iill lflulr. z 57. -'Q lu-in'-N Nlanagc-r uf PMID: llunu-rum Uflivr-r: l.atin lilulm 53. 54. 55 tillliltxtl. Nuff 55: sttllll0lltUl'f' lfrolivs: National H611- af Megs yas'--N ,HCR CLASS OF '56 MIKE HERNANDES Pan-Ameriean Club 53-56. Delegate to Sale Conven- tion 55. EUNICE HERRERA Future Homemalu-rs 54-565 Pan-American 53-565 Band 54-56: Tri-Hi-Y 53-56: Library Club 55. 56. JACK Hicics Football 53-56. Letterman 55. 565 "B" Association 55 565 Homeroom President 545 Future Farmers 54-56 Secretary 55. Boys' Forum Reporter 56. JOE H1cKsoN Track 53-56: Future Farmers 54-56. Sentinel 55. Vice Pre:-ident 56. Contest 55. WALLACE HICKSON Future Farmers 54-56. Second Place Radio Broad- casting Team. District Officers' Contest 55. Poultry Judging Team 55. Vice President 565 Track 53-56. MARLENE HILL Footlights 565 Future Homemakers 565 Tri-Hi-Y 565 Senior Play5 Amateur Hour 56. JERRY HOLLIGAN Football 53-56. KARL HoPPEss Football Manager 55, 565 Student Council 545 Future Farmers 54-56. Reporter 565 Vice President Homeroom 555 Junior Frolics5 Latin Club 54-565 "B" Association 55. 565 Gridiron Club5 Junior-Senior Banquet Committee. HOWARD HUGHES All-District Football 545 Football 555 "B" Team Awards 54. 555 Future Teachers 55. 565 Hi-Y 53-565 "B" Asso- ciation 55. 565 Gridiron Cluh5 Hot Rod Club 55. CHESTER J ONES Football 54-565 Track 54-565 Junior Playg Senior Play5 Class Favorite 53. Mr. SFA 565 Vice President Stu- dent Body 565 A Cappella Choir 54, 555 Future Teach- ers 55. 565 Student Council 565 Secretary Gridiron Club 56. lv 3 DON DAVI ,vg- CLASS OF '56 542 .luniur lfrulim'-1 Nillllllllll llO11ur5m-irty 36. ALO lQl'Il.l.l4I'l"l' D KIKER ninr Play: Svninr Play: 'l'l1v-piun Sovivty 35. 36 livporle-r 56: l,illl'.'xlllf'l'l4'2lIl 3-1-56: l'luolllg1llIe 5-1-36 rllm-rsllup Uuzn'Ie'I 563 Rmlin Club 56, l'rm-fialm-nl 56 I RR.-Xl. Stuff 5-1: lli-X 56: .llnnifw-Se-llim' llunquvl 51 HENRY KOSH RAE KRAMER LUTHER LE:-1 "ll" 'l'e-am lfnollnall Manapvr 55: Hut Rnd Club 55. TOMMY LEIORMAN Future' Farnn-rs 54-36: Hot Hull Club 55. JOHN LINDLEY Band 54-56: Phill-.'xlll1'l'll'klIl lllulm 54-56. JOHNNY LLOYD Hmm-rumu l'rf-side-nl 55: Stud:-nl lIuunm'il 54: Four-H Clulx 53-56: Pan-Ann-rivan Club 53-56: National Honor Such-ly 56. Pon MARY SUE KNUTSEN Ilighls 35. 56: l.utin lllulr 36: 'l'ri-lli-N 56: Sm-nif Play: Girls' lflwir 5-l. x 5 DALE JONES miur l'luy ifummille-r-1 lflllilinll. Stuff 53: HKUNI U SENIORS 'l'll1- 51'I!lUI' Flliill. vn- tvrz-Il In llII- illlzllnln-r ul' lfm11III:'I'vI- ifhrift- mu- l,Lll'Ll1lf'. l'l'IlI'l'-t'lll- ml lllilllf lnuur- uf llurfl Iuvrlx ln ilu- l'lllNN. Picfure Noi' Available E .',f,,.' "DR 'V FRED LUTHER Mill-'IX-I'IxI 0l'3llll3IQ'. LANE LYNCH Travk Le-tt:-I'IIIan 551 A Capps-lla Choir 54-56. Ml- Statv Choir 54-56: SfllIlt'Ill C1PllHK'll 563 PI'l'Sill4'IlI Buys' Forum 563 Slilllllllllljff' Prvsinlent 54g P2-III-.'xIlll'I'lI'Llll Clulm 54-56. Tl't'21SUl'i'l' 561 "H" .'xS!4UCl21llllH 55. 561 Vice- Pn-sirlent Juniur Class. National Hnmlr Sfwi:-ly 06. ANNA LOUISE MARINO FIIIIII1- HfllllQ'l11UliQ'Th 53-56. Emlitur uf Pap:-r 55. junior llc-grew-. IJ:-1:-gatv to f,fnIIverIlioII 56. Historian 55. 56: Jllllitll'-Sl'lll4ll' liamluvt C6II1IIIiltf'v. CHARLES MATIIIS FImtlIall 54-56. JIMMY MATHIS lIIlranIIIral Rvprese-Iltative 563 Bam-lsall Marlagc-I' 55. 563 HB" Ass0I:iatinII 55. 563 ljan-AIIII-ricun 53-56g Hi-I 53-56. WINFORD MAULDIN Travk I.t'lIl'I'I1li:lIl 55, 56g HB" Association. Hum:-mom Svcretary 545 Pan-American 54-565 Hi-Y 54-56g Hut Rod Club 55. ..: 'll g., 51 ' 5 HFIEI2' . ANR' x SENIORS 5 .3 TERRY MAY Fulurm- F3TIl1t'l'S 53. 5-1. Vim- I,I'l'Sllll'I1I 54: DE Club 55. 56. EDDIE lVlELASKY l'lmIlball 54. llarry lilli1lIllJlt"HS .'xWLlI'tl 5-l-1 'l5l'L1l'li 5-I-561 Sturlvnt Cuunvil 531 llUIH1'l'1YlDlH l,l't'5lllQ'Ill 5-lg Fllllf- ll Club 53-56. l'I':-Qiile-Iit 55. Yin- l're-side-II! 56. .lII4lg:- lllg lr-um to Cliivugn 5.5. PAT MERKA P311-AIIlt'TlL'i1Il 53-56: Library 55. 56. llvpurtr-I' 563 'liri- ,N Hi-Y 54-56. 593 VIRGINIA MCBIIIIJE A Czippvlla Clmii' 54-56. :Xll-Flute' Choir 55. 56. Hif- uriun 561 Future- 'l'z-uI'lIoIAs 56. Song Le-uilvi' 56: AlllilIQ"UI' ll0lll' 5-1-563 Nalimiul Honor Sncif-ty 56: Latin Club 5-1-56: Tri-Hi-Y 55. 563 Junior l"I'0liI's. FRANK MCCOY llul liml Club 55: l'uII-:XIII4-I'i1'uII 55. 56: HI-X 5.1. 56. ROBERT MCIJEICKJY FUIIT-ll Club 53-563 l"ulurI- l'lill'llll'I'5 54-56. Rafliu 'livuui 55. 56: ,llK'llllls 'IR-aIII 55. JANICE MCNEELY Junior I'luy 55: Junior lfroliw 55: Girls' Flllilllll Rrp- Q . ,, I. . . . 7 V.. . - r. I2 H'rl'IllLlllYf' 5.11 llll'alIlLlll Suvii-ly 55, 56. becxvtary Q63 lfontliplil- 53-56: l,i1Il-,'xlll1'I'll'illl 53-563 Future- Homv- llldlxvllr 563 llmm-rmuii Uffirvi' 54: 'l'ri-Hi-Y 53. 54. ,IUIINNY lVlII4I:sxA llllfillllllfill Kl'IDl'Q'Nl'lll2lllW' 561 llut Hml Club 553 Jun- ior liotuI'iIIII 56. KEN MIl.l.liR AI,I'Iu-:Im lWONI1IY-KI ,P ,"7 35" , llilllll 53-56. l,lllf'l'I' 55. 563 l'zIII-.-XIII:-I'if'an Club 54-56. L3 - T, 5 "'- Ulf Club 56. il gy- rf' CLASS OF '56 OLGA lVl0NCIVAIS Pau-,Mueriean Clulm 53-56. JANE MOONEY l"our-H Club 54-563 CORRAL Staff 543 DE Club 56. Jo ANN MOORE DIC Club 56. Secretary 563 Latin Club 54, 553 Tri- Hi-Y 54. 553 Pan-American 53-563 Homeroom Officer. I3 MAURINE MOTTER National Honor Society 55, 563 Secretary of Student Nw '!::f" Nix, Council 553 President Student Body 563 President of "WW" Junior Class 553 Treasurer of Sophomore Class 542 Future Teachers 563 BRONCO Staff 563 Tri-Hi-Y 53, 'triv 543 Junior Play 553 Whos Who '553 DAR Award l 563 Junior Frolics3 Sophomore Frolics. JOHN MUNOZ Future Farmers 54-56, Songleader 563 Hot Rod Club 553 Pan-American Club 55. 563 Homeroom Reporter 553 Hi-Y 54-56. FRANCES MUTE Intramural Representative 563 Pan-American 54. 553 Tennis Team 53-56. STEVE NEMEC Four-H 53-563 Hot Rod Club 55. Jo ANN NOLEN National Honor Society 55, 563 Tennis Team 53-563 Student Council 53, 56, Secretary 563 Future Teachers 55, 56. Vice President 55, President 563 Pan-American 53-56, Reporter 55, Vice President 563 BRONCO Staff 55, 56: Girls' Forum Second Vice President 563 Junior Class Secret:-1ry3 Senior Favorite3 Thespian Society 55, 563 .lunior Play. JIMMYE DELL OWENS A Cappella Choir 54, 553 Thespian Society 5-5'56Q Homeroom Officer 53-563 Student Council 54Q Junior Play 553 Junior Frolics 553 Sophomore Frolics 543 Footlights 54-553 DE Club 563 Tri-Hi-Y 53-56. J OHN PAGE Yell Leader 533 Homeroom Officer 53: Hi-Y 53-55, Delegate to State Convention 553 Hot Rod Club 553 Junior Frolicsg Footlights 53Q Handicraft Club 53, 54. 'Q 1 r"" 1 it llmflmm l,l'INDl,I'IY Illi fflulr Sh. 'I'11A1:Y l,l'l'l'lCIiS Ilzlfkvllmnll Sli-36: l"11I111'1- l'wLll4IIll'I'S 54-56: All-Dislrivt Halxkv-Ilmll 'l'1':1111 56. llrmorulmle- KIl'IlfiUIl All-Stair' U1 kvllralll 'I'l'illll 311. WIAKY ANN PONZIO l"lllllI'l' ll1n111-llullu-re 33-36. Uiftrict Vim- Prrsirlvnt 5.1. nh, livxc l'o1:'1'r:11 l'115l f1I'illllliill', YI'll1'slIiLlll Swif-ly 55. 563 A Capps-lla lflmir 55. 56, H4'llUl'It'l' 5113 'I'ri-Ili-Y 53-563 Future' 'l'1-in-I11-rs 35. 56. Hi:-turiull 561 .'XIIliilk'llI' Hour 5 .llllliflf l'1l'0li1'f: lfulurn' ll1m11'l11ul-u'rs 52-55: F1u1,rI1i,1hlH 5-1-50: ,llnnior I'luy fIHIllIIlilIf'4'1 BRONCO Staffg Sen- ior l"r11li1's: Svllilll' Play lfu111u1i!l1-1'. If1,o111N12 PLACENS lI'l'Hl-X 3.5-210. C1.Yma I'11R'1'1z11F1m.n lflllllll' l"Lll'lll4'l's .33-56, Uutstanrling Future- Farmer of ilu' Yvur 511. l.11n1- Star Farnwr Dc-grve. SENIORS JOHNNY PAHOLEK Hn! Rml lillllb 53, VANCHC PALAso'1'.11 5I111l1'nt fIuun1'il 5-1' PI't'hllIl'llI .Xlpha .1113 if1m1'1-11111111 ll1-I1'g11t1- MAR'r11A HAY PAH: 31: Nutinnzll llurlm' 511111- l"ul11r1' li1llll1'IllLlk4'I'a 53-5111 Xiu- lialml 55. 511: 'I'1'i-Ili-X 53. 111 Niliitlllill llullur SllK'il'ly 35. 301 5111111-nt lI1111111'il arm. tx .10 'wh- Pl'l'rl4l4'llI uf 1.1rIf I'ill'lllll .161 lllt'S1llllllN .x.v. .10: l'1 mam Fu1'11ril1-: Stbllhflllllift' l'1LlX0l4iIt'1 Sli-5 SFX nh. Y I l'l1Illl1'l'0IlllIlgI lFllll'i'hS 56: lllll-.'xIlll'l'il'L1ll 53-501 Jllllilil' Play: S1-nior Play. BETH l'15NBEH'r11Y ' . F1111tIig1l1!Q lilulr 53. 54. 33, 565 llirls' l'1Ul'lllll 1111111 F 1 lux wh lu 1 lllll s1111laliv1- J5. 50: Flltllfi' ll1lIll'IllLl"'r - . U1-111 56: P1111-M111-1'i1'ul1 53-56: Hand 53. 3,11 IEKUNVU Stuff 56: Hu1111'1'1111111 Uffim-r 33-S03 5111111-111 lf1111n1'1l 53: ll'l-HI-X .13-55: ,I11ni111' Fr11Ii1-fx SUllll1llll4Il'l' F11 H11 S1'lli1lI' l"ruli1'a: .lunior Plan' lfu111111itI1'1-. W 43""N nf- Es. CLASS OF '56 "Peanutsl Peanuts! Shell out for Polio!" Selling l'Pea- nuts for Polio" was one of the campaigns the teenagers had for the March of Dimes. On two Saturdays, January 14 and 28, high school volunteers sold approximately 35800 worth of peanuts at various locations in the Bryan business districts. I CAROLYN POWELL Home-room Vice President 56g Future Homemakers 55, 56, Parliamentarian 564 Tri-Hi-Y 54-56g Secretary 563 Footlights 54-56. ATELIA PRINCE Band 54-56, All-State Band 55, 56, District Band 55, 56, Regional Band 55, 56g Quill and Scroll 563 Junior Playg Thespian Society 564 Editor CORRAL 563 Fu- ture Teachers 565 Tri-Hi-Y 54-56g National Honor Society 565 Footlights Club 54-56g Homeoom Officer 54. MARTHA PULLEN Transfer from Teagueg Future Homemakers 56. MARIE QUITTA DE Club 55, 56. PEGGY RAWLS Footlights 55, 56g Tri-Hi'Y 53-56g Girls' Choir 53g Pan-American 53. DoN RICHARDSON Shop Club 55. fee-swzcfixf '5- Jon 3' JA4:xllf: RUUINSQN T -f. wt l.lIl4'NlllLll1 -Xwurml. Must Vuluablm- lwmlllllll xl wh ll l'lzlwr 'XVVII' 5'l'I'II.l,k HOIDIHQL I-iz l'41ll-Xrm-1'i4'z1u 53-56: lllf Club 56. Bomsv Rosucu l'uIurn' l'ilY'llll'l'N :rl-56. l,l'l'!-lIll'l1l -3272 Hui Raul Club 55 'l'lf:l:m' Rossm: llmm-V1 ,mu Ulfivn-r 515-56: .lllllllif Play: pxmalvur Hour I: - z I " 77. 7 1 I Roll Club 54g Junior .mi 'X 4 lllllllll 1 lllbll 17 56 Hu l' l'lhlIl'X2 l' nulllilll Srl-376. Iioum' llI'IlAHlI.I. l'u!ur1- l'ill'Illl'l'K .v-I-56: Flllmlvnt l.1llllN'Il Jfl. .lAr:nul4, HAc:1'1,1.A l':lu-Xin:-ru'a1u .ml-.mhz ll'l-lll-N .rl-56. . ll 51, Captain 5-1: Flllllfl' FLll'l11t'I'S 54-56. SENIORS N RICHARDSON Dlx Club 56: Clllill' gm-1. LINDA Rlmfzom' I 16 llllllx ml xx llxln llx In ll0ITl1'I'lNlIIl Ulfirv- T 1 I- -. ff, --gg - lll'l'lt'g1lSlillllI'4' .151 llllll-,'xlIH'l'll'2lll 53-55: lluml 53-56 Foolligbls 54-561 Svninr Play. MARTHA RILEY ur-H Club 53-56, Council llvlvgxlllm' 56: Flllllfl' llmum makvrs 56. JOHN ROBERTSON mu-rfmnl Uffivn-1' 535 llass-ball XIIJIIHQIOI' 53: "ll" gb sm'iatin11g Hut liml Club 55: Hi-Y 54-56: QX-Qsislunt Football lllanugvr 53: .luniur Frulivsg S4-niur Frulivs ulligllts 5-'l-56. CLASS OF '56 JOE SALINAS Football l.:-ttvrlmtli 54. 55. 56. Ross SALVAGGIO Fonrvll Club: l.atin Club5-1-56. BETTY ANN SAXON l'lUIllt'l'HOIlI Ulfiu-I': FH.-X Club 53. 5-L 55. 56: Four-H Club: Tri-Hi-Y Club 53-56. JO ANN SCANLIN Uvle-gialv to Xouth antl fultVk'l'I1Il1t'Ill in Au tin W FH.-X Club: lliltl-.5Illf'l"lk'3Il Club 53. 54 Club 5-l. 55. 56. 56: Tri-Hi- Y' 4' .. E f..Qf-1 Q - WILLIE SCARDINO Hot Rott Club 54. 55. JIM SCHERFF Honieroom Officvr. Ilmatc-'ur Hour. Pali-Aim-I'i4-art Club 53. 54. 55. 56: Hi-Y Club: Hot Howl Club: .lunior Frolics. JEANETTE SCHMID Tri-Hi-Y Club 55. 54: 55: Latin Club 54. 55. 56: Fqotlights Club 54, 55. 56: l.llll'3I'y Club 54: Ilivttlllf Team 55. 56. GAIL SCOTT Honwroom Officvr 54: I.atin Club 54. 55. 56: Foot- lights Club 54. 55, 56: Junior Frolivsg Tri-Hi-Y 55. 56. LINDA SCOTT Student Council 54: Girls' Forum Rvpre-sentatiw 55: n 53. 54, 55. 56: Librarian 56: Fontlights Club 55 56: Pan-Anlerivan Club 54. 55, 56: Tri-Hi-Y Cu 54. 55. 56: Junior Frolics. FRANK SEALE ssociation: Se-rretary Boys' Forum 55: Holm-- room Offivt-rg Student Council: Football I.:-tternian 53. .J . 55. 56. Sa 56: Basketball Lett:-rman. Bas:-ball l,c'ttI-rnlan l' llnll,-lxrm Smm'1 SENIORS K lm1g-uwallll-xl lllUIlIl'lll zlrrlxv- aux -vu- inrf mlun l'l'll1llllllllPll wlwx lm llll'll annual pnvluru' llvl R1-ll Llulv' lwmlll-'lmtx l.llll! .1'1. .1:1. .16 Pill!- xIIll'l'l44Llll '.llIll. l.1llIll l.lllll .111 .1511 .161 lll-Y flllll' ' ' 'sg S lll4lllllPl'l' 'llll1'NlllillI Sm-idx 17 16 lllllllll lwln nl I'I'lPlll'Nl llz1ml1f1.1lt flula. lilulm Llllll .16. .lmm Slcvlcrcs lwmllralll l.e'Il1'l'llI'lll 16' ll'H'l14'lxll11p Qll1ll'I1'l .16, lllC'l'Il 5llAl'Nl"lIzl,D 'Xll-llixlrivl. Rllllllllill llz1l11lx.1g1. .161 H4lIlIl'l'llUll1 ,H . . . IINIUIHII 5lI1'll'ly 16, Quill gllltl Nlrull .161 lgilllt .1.1, .161 Rf'p411'Ir-1" l'nmlI1--hlx l .13. ol. Uffiw-r: .11-,161 Pill!-.'XIlll'l'lLdll -1.1- 36: l.Ullli:Xl, ll 16- IEIQUYLU .1.1. .16. tlfglilllllillltllli 36: l.X lil',NlllTX 11 D3 ll'l-Ilbx .13-,16. R4'IlUI'll'l' 36: ,l umm' l' rnlis JUIC Swrrru lla:-vlrull I.l'lll'IIII.Ill .13 .161 hrlrlll llnll. JAY f.."ll,VIN Nm " ' ' ' '-on llllllll "ll" .'Xffm-iu- llu1l11-11111111Ulllul Tl 33 llu'l11-r-lnlp lJllLll4l!'l 16 llul Raul l.lllll .1'l. .1.1. li6NAl.l1 SNIITII lfuntlrzlll I,1'll1'l'Ill'll1 17 16' l'r1ur-ll Llllll -717. QPR gn- 1 CLASS OF '56 6 PAT STACY Football 54-56. Norman Dansby Award: "B" Associa- tion: Cricliron Club: The-spian Society 55, 565 Foot- A lights 54-56: Junior Play: Senior Play: Vice Presitlent Thespians 56: Amateur Hour 55: Band 54-56: Pan- Ainerican. HENRY STALLINCS llaml 53-56: Intramural Representative 56: DE Club 56: Hot Roll Club 55: 5iUlIll'l'tlHtt1 Officer 54: Pan- fXnn-riean 54-56: Hantlivraft Club 55. JERRY STEPHENSON A Cappella Cltoir 56. All-State Choir 56: liantl 54-56. Yiet- Pre-itlent 56. Regional Bantl 56: Pan-American Club 56: Amateur Hour 56: Hot Rod Club 56: FTA 561 Four-H Club 56. PAT STEWART Hotnerootn Officer 55. 56: Footligbts 54-563 A Cap- pt-lla Choir 55-56. Librarian 56: Pan-:Xnierican 54-56: Tri-Hi-Y 55. 56: .lunior Frolics. HANNELORE ST1-:UM Tri-Hi-Y Club 54-56: Pan-Amerie-an 54-56. MARY LEE TAYLOR Bancl 53-56. Twirler 53-56: BRONCO Staff 56: FTA 56. Treasurer 563 .lunior Play: Pan-American 53-56 Footlights Club 54-569 Tri-Hi-Y Club 55, 56: Junior Frolics. DEAN THOMAS Merit Scholarship: DE Club. GWINN THOMPSON National Honor Society 561 junior Play: Pan-Ameti can 56: Senior Playg Thespian Society 55. 56, Presi- dent 56: Homeroom Officer 56: Footlights Club 54- 56. Vice President 56: BRONCO Staff 55. 56: Band 53: Hi-Y 55. 56: Junior Frolics: Four-H Club 53-56. JOYCE TIPTON Band 53-56. Twirler 53. 54. Drum Major 56: National Honor Society 56: Latin Club 53. 543 Tri-Hi-Y Club 54-56. Secretary 54: Junior Frolicsg Sophomore Frolice: Amateur Hour 533 Nominee for FFA Sweetheart 54: FHA 54-56. JANICE TKAC Student Council Representative 56: Tri-Hi-Y Club 55. 56g FHA 56. 10 CHARLES VlNCEN'l' Home-room Offiwr 54: Football 54: Future- Farme-iw 54-56. Pre-fitle-nt tire-4-nhanel 5-1. Pre-simle-nt iiliaptt-r 55 Re-porte-r 563 Ruelio Club 55. 56. Se-e're'lary 55: CORRAI 56. Ne-wr lfelitor: Hot Rod Club 54. FRANCES ANN V1sOsR1 Girls' Forum Rt'lbI't'4t'IllilllYt' 56: llantl 53-56. Sevre- tary 55, 'l're-asure-r 56. District lland 55. 56. Outstantl ing llantl Nlewnlwr Award 56: Tri-Hi-Y 53-56. Vice Prvsiele-nt 55: Pan-Arm-rican 54-56: Footlights 53-56 'l'lie-spian Socie-ty 56: junior Frolics 55. ROBERT WALKER Hot Rod Club 55: DE Club 56: Football 54. JAMES WALLIN Future- Farmers 54-56. Dairy Judging Tvam. JOYCE WEBB llome'room Uffice-r 56: Girls' Forum Rt'pt'e-se-ntativc 55: llirlf' Forum 'l'l1irtl Vice- Pre-sielelnt 56: Re-portcr of Svnior Class: Future' Hlllllt'IIli1lit'l'F 54-56. Se't'rvta1'y Historian. Re-porte-r 561 'l'ri-lli-Y 53-56: llanel 53 lun ior Play tlOmmilIe'e': .lunior-Se-nior llaneluvt Conuuitte-e I YNELL WFlP2lJON Future- Home-make-rf 54-56: Latin Club 55. 56. BETIY TOBIAO Stu le eler Ht Y 5 DIANNE TODD SAM URSO Fu uri ltatmei v 1 DORIS VAWRA 5 lllexmm eletx CLASS OF '56 EVELYN WILCOX pgcfu,-9 Holm-I'mvIII Officer 53. 54, 561 Yell Leader 55, 563 Noi, Heatl Yell Leacler 56: FFA Sweetheart 563 Four-H . Club 53-56. Pl't'Slllt'lll 55. Reporter 56. Vive President Avavlable 54. Set-re-tary 53: Future Homemakt-rs 53-56. Vice l7I't'SIlll'lll 54. JIMMY WILDER IIE Club 56. GLYNN WILLIAMS Hi-Y 55. 56, Chaplain 56g Junior Frolicsg Hot Rod Club 55: Handicraft Club 55. JIMMY WILLIAMS DIS Club 55. 56, Vice President 56. Delegate to State Corivt-ntitm 56g Pan-Anierican Club 54-56. J. B. WILSON Q Baseball Team 55. Special Mentiung "B" Association: CORRAL Staff 553 Hot Rod Club 55g Four-H Club JOYCE WILSON Home-room Officer 53-543 Pan-American Club 53-56g Future Teachers 54-565 Future Homemakers 564 Tri- Hi-Y 56. 'W WALTER WILLMANN SQ" Homeroom Officer 563 Basketball Manager 54-563 Hi-Y 54-563 Hot Rod Club 55g Latin Club 53-563 DE Club 563 Junior Frolics. MARTHA WORMELI Tri-Hi-Y 54-565 Pan-American 54-56. ' DICK WORSHAM DE Club 56. ALICE ZIMMERMAN Band 53-563 Library Club 54-56. Secretary 56. 47 QN1.. , ,Vp ld' CLASS OFFICERS Se-ated: Mrs. Coffey. Sponsorg ,le-an Robe-rt,'Vice Presidentg ,lanis Botter, Rc-porte-rg Patsy Hopkins, Sc-ere-taryg Bill Doss, Presidentg Mrs. Goodman, Sponsorg Pudclin Seals-, Photographer. Standing: Mr. Moody, Sponsorg Billy Vance, Photographerg Stuart Hs-life-y, Tre-asurerg Mr. Linney, Sponsor. Loretta Anderson Louis Andrus Jerry Arnold Judy Ashcraft 48 Judy Adams Jimmie Akin Bob Allen Ann Adams Edward Adams JUNIORS llllkrliiilll ill 0 CLASS OF '57 Ruby Lee Berry Floyd Boriskie 1 Janis Botter Reba Box Margaret Boxley J. R. Bravenec , Malcolm Brewer Norton Burkhalter 5 22355 : E f. X, -V fir 9 A eg M sg f wi 7 izl, fi w s : f x 1 Jack Burns Joe Burt Chester Bynum Vito Cangelosi Joe Carlton Roy Carpenter Johnny Carrier Bill Cartwright Maurice Chapman Mary Ann Chastun Gene Cheatham James Coe JUNIORS Mvrlm' Cook Ks-nm-th Cuugvr llurnthy Crim Charles Cllllllillgllllllll Binnif' Ann Uanslmy Norma llunslmx joan Darrow Clmrlvs llavifluff L , , fa 1 Kg 3' Y S is E ,E ,'ivEfQ4'M5 Carolyn Graham CLASS OF '57 Richard Ferguson Martha Fletc-her Sain Fort Donald Francis Pat Franklin David Garcia Lydia George Louise Glover S' 'M X " P - gf2'gLSizvf2v': X ' ff 1- Elfgzis as - ililisliiffflni ' f -sf't2fzs"f -ff ftlgr i li V LA az LFP lZilll'U 1 ' 'QW' h a t Ross Palm-o N , . , Q X -iz' llorothx Fazzino ,Q ' .,ii . at '-'- ' YN ' 6 W5 ,jew , lizisliiiifffii 1 'Q X Qi t , f si , xg ' "1 A e,af--:- st. ww fe, .. ,fv -3 I wr: 'Q ,, , - . - fzfaa: K.-DQ--,ifciw 2 R i L,,y. :za 1' ,, ,,,, 5 1.33.- A eree 3ff'f5"l 'Q .Q xiii is 5 ' M ' "'a7'i-T, ' '54, P if ' X vi, , '12, ' ' L'-i iifiii' - ,..- j rrar ':U5f3i.!i ., iifreqi I 'Eiifi Vi iif' L i. 3 QL , G ii,rg at : ww- ,sri 1 U ' A V X Q 'M X sw , 2 w 5 Sur r r Sluts, K I lv? ,mga A wg , Q lm 1. 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Stuart llc-Iwy ,lulm-s Hl'll1I4'I'SUll AIl1ll'i'NN HQ'l'Ilill1ll0Z Lupe- llvrnumlvz Ilivk llif'kL'I'S0ll Phyllis Hullinger Palsy llnpkins Joyce- llurn lg1ll'llllI'il lllulsou liolmlmy Hughes johnny ,lcnsen Bobbie Jean jones X .Q W W ' ij .liz .. 5 .im,, iii Lf 'U fflvdgw.. ,L -.W .Egg ,N f',,gf' fsffs UV' ..,,:. 149' :iw i' ,S Q U CLASS OF '57 Pat Petroski Pat Plagens Olen Pope ,loel Potts Jerry Price Marvin Pustlca W. C. Putz Q Q2 ft gigs, :- rf' i .,., , Efflfiiifififiif ,- tag!-..,gii.5-:4r5g,,. .. 135515155 ' '. . U Xi 5 --4, -. 1.,,. , ,5 y a' -,h::Bg,,1::,.:,. K ,atb Q i if Wg ' L Fi? ' ' 'M' . 5 Q it X , ,S Hi S' 'igt w isis N 1.1, Q if, ES t .gg K t ,, "Lv 'l S 'I' if 3311? L te fx, g x V s ' ' 5 1 iris 3' iii., ix Viale 47.211 t,,,k.,., X mai if an -:i ma Fernando Quintero Rudolph Rahnert Pete Ramirez Wade Rawls .lane Richmond Barbara Riley Jean Robert Jimmy Roberts Gilbert Rocha Johnny Ruiz Philippa Salcido Cecilia Salinas S if I i X I S q-11' 4 , ! ..., ,-,W M. , ...,.,i..m.. -:..,,W..w- - 1 tumlent Body support:-fl their In-am hlYif'llliiliiy this war n Ream r m the l'ule'sIinr- gxunn- shnws. Eugene Schlieker Imogene Schoonover Puddin Seaie Melvin Sealy Carol Jane Seiders Herman Sicgert Willlma Simmons Bobbie Jean Smith Patsy blllllil Jackie Sue Slephenso Willie Mack Tate K it ni 'QP' Y 4" Wm 'sv hw Altal"ayeTaylor Q 5 CLASS OF 57 X im .loe Brooks Thompson Janette Tkac Norma Uclashen Pat Vance Billy Vance Tony Varisco James Vernon George Walker eere e g auf oeore W afWiSQ'Q ae X M6 E, 'S El nw A 1 l'eM ' . el swam W T il 'WG ww Ev - ' A -Eli . i ef, -Q I U lx Q aiaww an-s been T . 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V Vx: iisxwy Q Wmmii K ,-,f, W' A ang . fx, w .af-K P' 'Z NSN- - - ,mi .. 1f'f1" M ,i in Z fiifiix 'W' Jerry Walker Frank Wallin Kay Webb .loe Wheat ,Iimmy Williams Joe Winn Wendell Lee Withers Mavinee Wright Sonny Yaeger Elsie Yeager Peggy Young Barbara Zweifel 57 Z. f e , rv' A ,ii f Q f nl fl 1 Us 'i 9 , SOPHOM ORES CLASS OFFICERS Seated: Miss Kiflsl. Sponsor: llale Por- ter. Vive l'rm-sill:-lit: Carolyn Norman. President 1 ,lo Anna While. R4-porter. Slamlingzt Mr. Bond. Sponsor: Kay Blv- Donalll. Sevrvlaryg Nlr. Konevny. Sponsor: Mrs. Nliller. Sponsor. Not shown: Gary W'ooLlard. Treasurer Ronnie Allen Charles Amlrus Mary Louise Atkinson Carolyn Ayers James Ayers Marjorie Bain Glen Baker Janice Beal Frank Benaviclez Myrna Black Barney Blackburn Billie Jean Blazek George Bond Mildred Bonjo Jake Boriskie Victoria Bosquez Linda Bracly Pauline Brewster John Buffington wym 1 1 - 1 CLASS OF '58 l Cllarles lgLll'lt'4' Sue' llllfllll Gayle- llurrug l'.l1gf-11f- lija 'Q 1 as .1 ' ma . 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OUNCIL Edward Adanis. chairman of the INSIIJE TRAFFIC CONINIl'l'TEE. and Ray Stanford. en-chairman. prepared the auditorium before as- semblies. arranged the seating order and handled the traffic problems in the halls. The LIBRARY COMMITTEE provided workers at the loan desk and helped the librarian keep the book shelves straight. Janice Tkac served as chairman and Dale Por- ter as eo-chairman. The RELIGIOUS COIVIMITTEE had charge of the daily Bible read- ings each morning. Also. Virginia Arhos and Kakey Griffin, chairman and co-chairman, presented a pro- gram to the student body each day during Religious Emphasis Week. The EX-OFFICIO MEMBERS, elected in the spring elections, are Chester Jones, Vice Presidentg Evelyn Wilcox, Head Yell Leaderg Martha Ray Pate, Girls, Forum President, .lane Gibson, Editor, Bronco: Atelia Prince, Editor, Corral: Lane Lynch, Boys' Forum Presidentg and Maurine Motter, Student Body President. other forms of eompt-tilinn amon Neal llodwin and Ernest luti- chairman and vo-t'hairman of tht OUTSIDE 'I' R 'N If I" I C IIUNINIIT TEE. were in eltarge of improving. the parking are-as and enforein safe-driving rule- at st-lwol. The duty of the Rl-1lIRliA'l'IUN CONlNll'l'TEE was to plan lfieltl Day. Relays. bust-lwall games. ant the classes were arranged by 1-hai: man Richard Nliller and 1'U-Vllklll man llillie ,lean lllazek. t r nw Ol-'I-'ICICRS Yirginia Arhos. First M ""' i Vim- llrr-sirlm-nt: Martha Ray Pate: Ann Noln-n. Thirml Yiu- l're-side-nt: Martha .lunv Harms. R4-atlt-r: joyvf- 'R-lwli. St-4-mul Yin- Pre-simle-nt: Jam- "- Rlt'llIll1IIltl. 51-vrm-tar'y. t GIRLS' FORUM With the se-lm-ting of their the-me for the year. g"l'hrough the Looking Class." in September. the Girls, lforum launf-he-tl om- of its most sum-cssful years since- its organization at S.l".A. Something new was startefl this yt-ar hy having thc- moths-rs of the girls visit the monthly me-4-tings. For its projer-ts the Forum made lmookmarlis for tht- st-hool lilrrary. took a lmaslcet of food and 1-lothvs to a nz-f-fly family at Thanksgiving, lu-lcl a valu- sale- for tht- Marc-h of Dimes. sent visi- tors 1-ac-h we-f-k to a shut-in. ancl wen- co-sponsors of Carr-Q-r Wm-k. Somf- of thc- outstanding programs were a pam-l :list-ussion ahout "'l'l1t- lrlt-al Miss S.l7.A..7' a talk on "A Girl's Mr-ntal 'lroussc-au" hy Mrs. Travis l.ipsc-omh. vlimaxt-tl hy the last program of the year. "Mi-morit-s." Sponsors of the- Girls' Forum are Miss Parsons and Mrs. liurlm-son. , l'rn-sith-nt: Kay We-hh. l'uhlit'itV: .lo 0FFlCERSfJavk Hicks, Reporter: Bucky Blazek, Vice President: Rich- ard Miller, Secretaryg Lane Lynch. President: Ronny Garrison, Treas' urer. ., Nw-My BOYS' FORUM The majority of the monthly programs consisted of guest speakers or interesting films about the various sports. Congressman Olin Teague, Dr. Wilcox of Texas ASM, and a representative of the Army Re- serves were some of the outstanding speakers. In the interest of furthering their vocational knowledge, the Boys' Forum also assisted in co-sponsoring Career Week. As a sort of service project, the boys helped make the Teen-Age Peanut Sale for the March of Dimes a great success. lVlr. Bond is the Sponsor of the Boys' Forum. J. Gibson, M. R. Pate, V. Arhos, V. NEW MEMBERS lfirsl row: V. Nlcllrinle-. ,l. Tipton. J. Rlt'llIIl0IlIl. V. Palasota. li. J. jones, ll. jones, li. B:-ard. Nl. .l. llanus. 51-coml row: K. We-lrlr. J. 'l'kam'. ff. Nlohc-lman, C, jones, ll. CllkllIllN'TS. A. Prince l.. llaue-r. fi. Davis. N. llanslny. 'l'l1ird row: lf. Adams, C. Thompson. ,l. llonaho, Nl. Briggs. ,l, l.loyil. K. llalllln-rgi. ll. llun:-hy. lf. Cr:-gg. l.. Lynch. Not shown: C. Cook. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Membership in the National Honor Society, the highest honor that an S.F.A. student can attain, was awarded to a record number of 28 students in the initiation services held on March 21. Character, scholarship, leadership, and service are the qualities on which membership is based. New members were initiated by the old members, who were led by David Bunting, President. Other officers are Bucky Blazek, Vice President and ,lane Gibson, Secretary, while Miss Carter is the Sponsor. t 'dt OLD MEMBERS ll. llunting. J. A. Nolf-n. M. Mott:-r. Barnes, li. Blaze-k. Q K 9 5 . , . J . J 1 2 . N' l ff 3 X First rnw: J. Gibson. E. Porter. V. English, A. Arhos, M. R. Pate. J. A. Nolen. J. Ili-Neely. Second row: P. Stacy. J. Mooney. D. Draper. D. Kiker. D. Griffin, Nlrf. Coffey. C. Tlimnpsnn. NEW MEMBERS First row: C. Cobb. C. Cole, C Andrews. C. L. Barnes, P. Scale. R. J. Jones, F. Visfnski. J. Rich mond, A. Prince. Second row K. Webb, P. Eldred, J. Butter, L. Falco. V. Cangelosi, S. Col son. B. Shaunfield. M. L. Taylor. lag. THESPIANS The OFFICERS-Van:-tte English, Sec- ond Vice Presidentg Gwinn Tliompsnn. Pri-sidentg Pat Stacy, First Vice Presi- dcntg .anice McNee-ly. Secretary- Igeasurerg David Kiker. eport- lElVt' planned interesting activities for the group, including trips to sec plays. outside speakers and the presentation of plays. lit i A-i ' 'UMW ,lane Gibson, Mrs. McGown. Beth Shaunfield, Gwinn Thompson. Atelia Prince, Charles Vincent, Linda Hauer, Mrs. Miller. QUILL AND SCROLL Highest honorary society for journalistic work, the Quill and Scroll Society elected ten new members this year. As a part of the Publications Banquet in March, four seniors were initiatedg and in the spring ceremonies, five juniors and one senior were initiated. Old members of the Society, who were in charge of both services, were Jane Gibson and Linda Hauer. Mrs. lVIcGown and Mrs. Miller are the chapter sponsors. To become a member of the Quill and Scroll, a student must be in the upper third of his class scholastically and have done outstanding journalistic work on either the school newspaper or yearbook. NEW MEMBERS-Roy Carpenter, Linda Hauer, Janis Botter, Bobbie Jean Jones, Elsie Beard, Wilma Simmons, .lean Robert. if, 525 , . pi - W.. xv,-Q. - Aly. z . OFFICERS--lean Roberts. Report- erg Ann Adams. Vice Presidentg Bolihie Jn-an Jones, Presich-ntg Carol ,lane Se-ide-rs, Se-cretaryg Mrs. Mc- Donald. Sponsor. First row: Linda Brady. Gene Ann Hart. Bennie Anne Danshy, Jane Richmond. Puddin Seale. leant-tte Sclunid. liohhie- Jean jones. Second row: Barbara House, Don llraper, Roland Searcy, liill lloss. Kiwr lilalhergi. Virginia McBride. Cail Schless:-lman. Mary Louise Zatopek. Pat Lula. Pat Vance. Kay Mcllonald, Ann Elliot. Third row: Elsie Taylor, Tommy Mcllonald. Karl Hoppe-ss. Gail Scott. Carol ,lane Seiders, Jean Roberts. Bill Corbusier, Ray Stanford, Walter llallu-rg. Fourth row: Gates Whitely, Barney Blackburn, Richard Reiser, Bill Carmichc-al. Clark:- ffook. Billy Carr Parrish, Ross Salvagio. Ann Adams. Fifth row: David Kikcr, Richard Miller. Charles Cole, lion Griffin, Cwinn Thompson, Jerry Arnold. LATIN CLUB Since the Latin Club's main activity is the annual Latin Banquet held on the ldes of March, most of this year's activities were centered around that event. The sale of all first-year students during the week prior to the Banquet started the observance, which was completed at the Banquet. Other activities have included group attendance of various movies having a Roman theme- E L-,J,4,,,+-.wr vq ,. ami, rt fa.19:f2f??5'77 xi . 4' 4' 1 f I c , F5 ' a i Q 2 t 2 l i ul ? 1 3-.....4 BRONE 1 A 1 rx ,K S- .,,.fz.....--1 . ff-My-M.. N... ,,..-. ....s,,,f1fN3g,, - Q-aw .. M.. Q J' , ,' ' 4s r -'5 1 . V , Ag ,s wavy-4.5 Seal:-dz B. Pe-nberthy. E. Porter. M. L. Taylor, J. Gibson, J. Butter. B. Bhaunfield. Standing: J. Robert, M. Motter, V. Thiltgen, L. Hauer. L. Beard. J. A. Nolen. G. Thompson. Editor-in-Chief Jane Gibson, in charge of the production of this year's BRONCO, was ably assisted in her job by Jo Ann Nolen, Associate Editor, and Jean Robert, Assistant Editor. The mammoth task of selling ads, getting subscriptions, and managing finances was handled by Linda Beard and Linda Hauer, Business Managers, with Jane Richmond, Assistant Business Manager. Maurine Motter and Mary Lee Taylor were in charge of the administration section, while Beth Shaun- field did the organizations. Senior Class Editors Eve Porter and Beth Penberthy, and Junior Class Editor Janis Botter were responsible for these sections. Gwinn Thompson, who did an excellent job as Sports Editor, was also Staff Photographer. Lonny Wilkerson, a BRONCO Ex, took many of our other pictures. Virginia Thiltgen and Charlie Mauldin have done the drawings. Mrs. McGowan is the Editorial Sponsor, Mr. Moody, the Business Sponsor. THE CUBR Vol. 20, No. 3 Stephen F. Austin High School, Bryan, Texas October 7, 1955 CITY OFFICIALS EXPRESS "SFA Model School" JOURNALISTS GAIN GRAVE CONCERN OVER - W INSPIRATION Q will DB en- tered in the annual Chamber of Commerce Christmas Parade to- night. Prizes for the floats are S100, first placeg 375, second placeg and lesser prizes of S50 and 325. Nine floats have been officially The deer are unusually heavy this year, possibly because some SFA deerslayers are filling them with lead. George Hamil- ton and Edward Adams needed five shots to down their bucks for keeps, but were well re- warded-Ham with a seven and Billy Vance, as the well-mean- ing father-who-was-the-cause- of-it-all, certainly displayed an understanding of the trials of fatherhood. Trying to keep those three daughters under control- even during the pl a y-was entered so far, and ct may be pretty keen. Good luck, Seniors ZEEQ1. FFA Teams Con For District Hon' Four demonstratiu from the Stephen Chapter participated E trict Farm Skills Co in Cameron last Wee Editor-in-Chief ....,..,. Assistant Editor ..... Production Manager Sports Editor ....4.,..... News Editor .... Exchange Editor ....... Society Editor ....... Art Editor ..,.... Editor-of-Polls ,.,... THE CORRAL ATELIA PRINCE BOBBIE JEAN JONES JIMMY LEFEVRE JACK MOONEY .. CHARLES VINCENT . .,,, , BEN WHITEHEAD . .... DIANNE TODD CHARLIE MAULDIN . LINDA RIDEOUT ny father grey. h i m, Jane wisdom and ind her years, 1 understand- sally brought vith her regal rd act. Norma rles Davidoff iples of Love- Carr Parish, The Senior Chapter ing team placed fo Senior Farm Skills tn and the Junior Farm Radio Broadcasting te second in their resp visions and will compete in the area contest in Brenham this Saturday. ......0.l SAFE DRIVING DAY December 1 was Safe Driving Day, declared by Gov. Shivers. Let's try to make every day an SD day here at SFA. Advisor . .,.,......... ...,......, . ,. Mas. MILLICENT MILLER Cub Reporters: Willis Berrier, Tommy Dean, Elsie Beard, Beth Shaunfield, Jane Delaplane, Norma Udashen, Janis Botter, and Roy Carpenter. Member of THSPA, ILPC and Quill and Scroll sports writer and former foot- ball coach at A8zM, will speak at the Annual Lions Club Foot- ball Banquet, Monday, Dec. 5. All Bronco football boys will be guests and lettermen and special awards will be an- nounced. Tickets are available for others who wish to attend. :am an illness, ittle Tommy ll Doss, and played a very nding of their parts and certainly added to the hilarious mood of the play. Mrs. Coffey and Miss Good- lett are to be commended on the fine job of casting and pro- ducing. Everyone, including the stage crews, worked hard these past six weeks, but the results were most rewarding. s-.wx 1 11111 If 4 1 4 N 41111411 on P Hall1r01 L Scott, B. Monvivais. ll 141s 1lcN4'4-I . S4-4'41n4l r41w: 4 l' H 1111 1' H 4 li J l3l.1l4k K Webf U L Hfrnandez, R. Escoln-4l41. l1r4I 141 411 14111 4 r flfl, C. Salinas. Fourth 14111 4 .111 41 4y r M b Emola, G. L. Bar114-s, 1 1 1 WN 4 414r Llllll Str-wart, Mikv Briggs. Sixth w J 1 4 1 4 1111 Wf'l 41 J A4Ia111s, P. llvath, H. 11111 ll fl 4 461-.1611 41 4111 Nl. W11l4lll1'li. R. Dvnk. 11411 414 dU llll 1 row R M Lopez, P. 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Delegates were sent to the State Convention in Austin, April 28, and the club was well represented in the various contests there. his The dancers from Texas Southwest College at Brownsville sponsored by Miss Josephine Sabrino. Entrants of the Pan-American Amateur Hour- Marlene Hill and a Hillbilly Novelty with Jerry Stephenson. David Cowsert. and Buddy Chance. Winners of the Amateur Talent Show were: Geneva Wehring in the piano divi- sion, Virginia McBride in the vocal divi- sion. Carolyn McDonald and John Rich- ardson in the novelties division, and Billy Carr Parrish in the instrumental division. .3 ,I ' d V. in HQ v lxiiw-1-limi: II:-Iii 5llillIllil4'Ill. xll'Ilil l,I'Illl'l'. l'l'illl4'l'x MN-ixki. l.lll1lil lxulq-mil. l,milu lblillllj. lfmwulyii iihllllllll. 'ILIVUIXII l'mu-II. llc-iii' XIII! llzlrl. lil'Illlit' Xllll Iiilllxllf. ,lgmv liivllliinllml. NUTIIILI llzmslix. Fully Nlill:-r. lllllxf Smilli. 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Uiuue- 1liia-N-v-up Jibllllllil Vliili-. lluri- Yzixral. ,lilIlil'l' ,lrvllvm ixlbllliil lilxlxiivll. fflurlx lfmnlx. Unix ln- 'l':ixlwi'. XIII! Xrlaiiiix. lfwurlli rim: filll!I'l4'N lhixiilwli. Irv lfzlln-nv. qillilflfx Mile-. . V. , ., ,. . ,. , I . Iluxifl kiln-i'. Iwlgiml Mqiiiw. limi liruflm. ifhlllll llimupxmi. ,IIIIIIIU llvgul. lvilly l.RlI'I' luiri-li. liuflmlx l.lIIil"I. FOOTLIGHTS CLUB lH"IfItIlCliS Dun Ilrupvr. l'l'm--i- +I:-nl: tixwn Xinlrvwx. Sl'4'l'l'lill'j1 Gwinn Tlmiiip-oil. Yiw l,l'1'Ni1I1'lll1 'l'i'1':iN11i'1'l'. Ihililiii- .Ivan ,Imam-N: lm' l"all1'u. Re'pul'lt'lA. 'I '- 'KA Wealflzess for Nurses Doris Vax ra Connie Cole Gwinn Thompson Richard Reiser Iflise Taylor FOOTLIGHT PLAYS H011 Brzbyf' Mary Lee Taylor Gary Lou Barnes David Kiker Gwinn Thompson Gloria Pruett Gail Scott '6ThaZ,s the Spiritv Larry Huffman Puddin Seale Johnny Nieclerauer Gene Ann Hart Beatrice Moncivais Dorothy Crim Marlene Hill Lee Falco Connie Cole lfirst row: lh-atrivv Marine. llobhie ,lean Jones. Phyllis Crazzaffe. Janette 'l'haC. Barbara llyi-r. Alice Zininwrman. Margo Hamilton, Ruby Graham. Second row: Myrl Cook. ,lean- 1-ttv SK'llllllll. l':lHll4'4' llc-rr:-ra. Pat Mm-rka. Dale Porter, Flo Haupt. Diane Cries:-i'. Mary fir:-n-il. lim-len Udstricle. LIBRARY CLUB Chiefly organized as a service organization, the Library Club members perform innumerable tasks around the library efficiently and effectively. Collecting a his- tory of our school from newspaper clippings, helping at the desk with book 1-irc-ulation. shelving returned books, preparing shelf labels for the various classi- fications of books, and alphabetizing the magazines are just a few of their many activities. A field trip to the ASM College Library early in the year was a highlight, as well as the tea given for the faculty. Secretaryg Bobbie ,lean jones. dentg Dale P o r t e r. Treasurer: H e l e n Odstrcil. Historian: Pat Merka, Reporter. OFFICERS - A lic e Zimmerman. President: Janette Tkac, Vice Presi- First row: N. Mclnnis, H. Odstrcil, J. Kubin, D. Porter, A. Prince, J. Botter, P. Halbrooks. Miss Henry. Second row: M. Edge, E. Herrera, V. McBride, E. Porter, M. L. Taylor, J. A. Nolen, M. Motter, H. Hughes. Third row: .l. Stephenson, C. Jones, K. Dahlberg, M. Chambers. D. Crim, J. Gibson. FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA Future Teachers of America was organized in 1954 at Stephen F. Austin High School under the sponsorship of Miss Henry, the present sponsor- The goal of the club is to interest students in teaching as a career and to cultivate the qualities necessary for a good teacher. During Public Schools Week, March 5-10, members visited different schools and classes of their choice in Bryan. Among their service projects were assistance in S.F.A. Open Houses and an all-school scrapbook. OFFICERS-Janis Botter, Secre- tary: Eve Porter, Historiang Mary Lee Taylor, Treasurerg Kiver Dahl- berg, Vice Presidentg Chester Jones, Parliamentariang Virginia McBride, Song Leaderg .Io Ann Nolen, President. 'Inf l"irst row: JK. l'rincc. J. lloltcr. J. Stcpltcnson. l'. Hallxrooks. l.. Scott. J. Ashcralt. S. Nlillcr, li. Slli1llIlllt'lll. K. Wt-lmlm. ll. J. Blaze-k. 5. Colson. H. Ftrutn. ll. ll:-nk. fit-contl row: l'. l'il4lr4-ml, Nl. Williamson. F. Haupt. J. B4-al. lf. He-rr:-ra. J. Scanlin. J. Wilson. ll. Criln. l.. llimlcout. ll. l.. llarncs. F. Visoski. Nl. lftlgc. J. Wllitc. J. llclaplanc. l'. Slcwarl. 'lillirtl row: N. llmlashcn. ni. Taylor. N. Nlclnnis. J. Adants. M. Flctchcr. Nl. Wormcli. C. Norman. l'. llopkins. C. Colc. Fourth row: l'i. Ycagrcr. J. Horn, C. l'owm-ll. C. Norman. l.. Fourakcr. l'. Fcalc. ii. Wcliringr. li. A. llanwliy. F. l,li1gIt'llF. ll. llulmacclx. N. llansliy. lfilth row: J. Tipton. Y. lfngglisli. ll. J. Jonw. l.. Lynch. l'. N1-vill. L. Cotllran. J. Riclnnontl. .l- lilassic. l.. llonztllo. K. lflliott. l'. Yam-c. Y. l'alasoIa. C. Nlayliugh. Sixth row: J. Havcl. J. llottcr. C. lluxis. ll. 'l'oliias. ll. Scott. ll. Saxon. E. Wilcox. l'. Crizalfi. lil. Davis, J. l'atranclla. l.. Andcrson. l'. l'la,ucns. J. Schmid. l'. Nlcrka. ld. Taylor. li. Nlctzcr. Sf'VQ'Illll row: l'. Smith. Nl. Nlochl- man. ll. l"inl-ic. ll. l.cro. V. Nlcllritlc, ll. Hart. J. Tkac. P. Young. J. Owe-ns. Nl. Krolczyli. C. Cartwrigrlit. K. Nlartintlalc. J. Lindley. C. Mcllonalll. E. lilcflcc. ll. Orr. .l- Frvy. R. Plivli. The Tri-lli-Y Purpose. to create. maintain, and extend throughout the home. NI. llill. school. and community high standards of Christian Character, is carried out through service projects and attendance of many conferences. 8' f Q-0. D Janctte Tkac. Reportcrg Palsy Hop kins. V i c 1- Pr:-simlcnt: Pat Plagzcns Treasurer: Vanctte English. Chaplain Janie Patranclla. Scrapbook Chairman OFFICERS--Sarita Colson. President: Not shown: Carolyn Powell, Secretary. -.,... ,..,,., ,W..,,.. ,..... First row: J. 3l0Olll'y. B. Xxlllll ucln dur 1X Ilona 1 H. N-11rc'y. ll. IXll'it'I'. S1-ce 111 ro 1 rn r ll lt 1 N 11 1 C. 'l'l1o1npso11. 'l'hi1'1l row C V91 laill 'X r1 ll a 111 N 1 mr McCoy. A. Ht'l'l'l'I'll. Four 1 rr a r ws 0 me Of ll 1 C21Fl'lS0ll, C. Cook. W. B1-rr1:1 1 1 row 1 11 H H. Uansby. Sixth row: R Harrison a to o H 1 111 l L1 ll:-Nlottier. I.. Hmla11. The Hi-Y Platform, clean sporta clean speech clean Qcholarehlp and clean hung and the Hi-Y Slogan, pure thought pure words and pure HLIIOIIQ prepare ite Hlellllkl for lives of greater Chrlatian Qeruce Among thelr projects a delegallon attended a convention at Beaumont OFFICERS--Clyde Portvrfivlcl. Parlia- mm-nlarianz Glynn Williams. Chaplain: Stuart Hvlvey. SK'I'gt'8Ill-ill-ATIIISZ Kiver Dahlbm-rg. Presimlentz Joe Donaho. R1-A port:-r: lion Draper. Vim- l'rr-sinh-11l: Travis Nevill. Secretary-Trn-as11rm'r. ,lt , t ti, if. , 'li tsl , will lilli it M1111 pm, 4 i xi ix X rm il it "iw ' First row: Thomas Jones, Louise Tharp, Marolyn Chambers. Mattie Harrison. Elizabeth Emmons. Sam Mori-lla. lrene llomnskie, Dorothy Bomnskie, Windell Withers. Louis Andrus. Second row: Ralph Vaquera. Jerry Walker. Billy Cannon. Norton Burkhalter. Barbara Hudson. jimmye Dell Owens, ,lane Mooney, Iva Lee Jones. Emma Edwards, Henry Harris. Tommy Dean, Third row: Walter Willman, Henry Stallings. Dean Thomas. .lames Vernon. Rolme-rt Walker. Jimmy Williams, Terry May, Tonnny Doekery, Minnie Elliott. Barbara l'e-ndle-y. Marie Quitta. Danny Bell. Fourth row: Mr. Bond. Dicky Worsham. Alfredo Moncivia DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION The D.E. Clulfs activities were numerous this year. After the election of officers and plans had been made for the oncoming year, the Christmas Cards Contest began. The contest was to determine the two students to go to the convention in Austin. At Christmas the Club had its annual Christmas party. January brought the new sweaters for the members and also the choosing of delegates for the con- vention. ln February, the club had a Valentine Dance and April was the Employer- Employee Banquet- Here the outstanding student award was given. In May, the club had its spring picnic. if if OFFICERS-First Viee President, Mat- tie Harrison, Treasurer, Dorothy Bomnskieg Secretary, ,lo Ann Moore: President, Marolyn Chambers: Report- er, Jerry Walkerg Second Vice Presi- dent, Terry May. First row: D. Nichols. A. Adams. B. J. Jones. B. Dyer. C. Ayers. U. Pruett. P. Young. B. Zweifel. M. J. Hanus. Second row: J. McClellan. N. R. Clarey, E. Wilcox. C. Ryan. J. Adams, E. Yeager. B. Riley. E. Melasky. J. Mooney Third row: J. Lester. T. Xlcllonald, J. Marriot. R. Salvagio, H. Batten. J. Lloyd. C. Cangelosi, J. llcntliley. Fourth row: R. 4-H CLUB Miller, G. Thompson. Through 4-H club work boys and girls learn new and better agricultural methods as well as better homemaking. 4-H provides recreation and fellowship of the highest quality. ln various contests, camps and projects. 4-H'ers learn the value of good leadershipg and they learn to work well with others. Officers of the Boys' 4-H are Buckie Blazek, Presidentg Eddie Melasky, Vice President: and Johnny Lloyd, Secretary. GIRLS' OFFICERS-Elsie Yeager, Vice Presidentg Bobbie Jean Jones, President: Evelyn Wilcox, Reporterg Ann Adams, Sec- retaryg Martha Riley. Treasurer. Li...- ke. l"ir-I rum: ,l. lligpf. ll. Urr. ll, l,1-ru. ll. Pm-nlnl I nsnu xxx llani-. ll. lie-rry, Nl. K, l'uruio. Y. liarnvs. 51-von: 1 tl ' 4 'X 'Vu x ll, Mnlre-we. Y. Nrlw-, ll. lfnlvlr. Nl. 'llnwlllnxun 1 1 ll 4 ll llilllhlly. l'. llvulll. lf. ll!'l'I'f'l'll. ll, llycr. ll. Crow: I uwcr 1 Nl. ll. l'uIv. l'. fluxlm. li. Nlvm-r. K. Nlartindalm N llnlt n J Haw 0 Rum C. l'uw4'll, ll. 'l'nlmius. Nl. llunlilton. H. Gruhznn l'0lIll row ' ' v un llnde-lla, ll. Phillips. ll. J, Smith. J. Wilson. 1 Rulnnso I4 ll Nun 11. Nlvllonuld. S. llurlin. Nl. Barnes. BETA CHAPTER F.H.A. Bill Doss and David Bunting tied for Alpha IlllilIlll'I' Swvvilu-art. wllile llolmlwy lludasill was the lim-lu Clluplcr Sweetheart. They were announced at the- l".ll.A. Burn lhunc-e held in January. ft, ta 5 'Q A ibi, Q T i 5 First row: P. llivwslur. Nl. llain, Nl. Hill. A. L. Marino. J. A. ivanlln, P. lllagvlis. W. J J I lulasotu. K. W'ehl1. M. L. Atkinson. H. L. Hernandez. C lruilt. M. C. Emnla. Si-4-mir row: lf. Yeager. ll. Huhavvk. V. English. F. A. Visoski. J. Tipton, P. Halhrooks, BI. lflf-tvlia-i'. U. Fuzxinfv. N. ll. Clary. J. Nlussie. Third row: L. xVK'1'IlUll. S. Cray. Nl. Hughes. li. llvnk. Nl. Ifrlgm-. Nl. Crm-1-ml. lf. McGee. l'. Vance. C. Ayn-rs, D. Nichols, Mrs. lh-aim-r, li. Fink:-. ALPHJK OFFICERS--Anna L ll u i se Marino, Histuriang Joyce 'l'iptun. S:-C rvtary-'l'rvasure-r: Dorothy Fazxiiiu, Par liamvntariun: Vancis- Palusola. Vice- Prvsimlvntz Kay Wf-bb. Pre-siileiit. 'Q' wif' Q 5 ALPHA CHAPTER F.H.A. The F.H.A. Barn Dance, held at the 4'Rec', after the Corsicana Basketball game on January 20, was one of the highlights of the year. Music was by the 'gllillboppersf' and a floor show was pre- sented by some of the students. til -'-1-Inq i ,Q K RS ull rom row f Doo ,QM Ja ,Q 9' H. .Q ff' . N. F r 1 Q o wrxm o ox ll. l'orh-rfiu-lil. P. Nlontallmano. nnr .1 mem om rw on ll. l'lK'I'glHH0ll, C. fillllllillgllillll. 4 on mr 1 I 1 Il row: C. Koptvsky, P. Lvro. im c 1 nur 1 r w no U IKIICIIIZJII., ll. Slim-rril. ll. Xwll't'll0ll. xo If Q lil? 1 raw lhm ithzun. ll. l,opm'l. l". llvllairllx-z. NI 4 x cr s 2 arloi lxh row 'l'. l'vt1'rs. J. Hicks. QI. Joy. . 5 is f': " ' ' r n R3 Q 2 .fri l AU' ,""' 1 5 5 A-..f" UFFICIQRS--Front row: Lukv C1-mino. Third Vice- Prvsifll-lit: YVallaCc l'li1'kson. Trvasuror: C4-nv Chi-atham, Se-ntinclg Clifton Joy. Second Vive- Prn-sialvnlg Tracy Pots-rs. 54-cond row: Mr. lloolvyq Malcolm llrm-wvr. Sven-Iaryg Bobby Rosivr. l'r1-siflvntg Clyclv Porterfif-ld Historian. Phil lllontalbano. Vice President. Third row: John Munoz, Song Leaderg Charles Vincent, Reporter, The accomplishments of the Bryan Chapter of the Future Farmers of Amer- ica this year have been many. Several contests were attended and many prizes and honors were won by a large per- centage of the chapter members- The boys participated in the following activities: The Brazos County American Legion Fair, Dis- trict Farm Skills Contest, The Houston Fat Stock Show, Annual Brazos County Spring Broiler Show. The Chapter Teams won many high places in different divisions. The Chapter Sweetheart took part in the District Sweetheart Contest. The year's ac- tivities were rounded-up with the annual F .F.A. Banquet where many awards were given to the outstanding boys in the Chapter. Chapter Sweetheart EVELYN WILCOX The first year ag boys begin work cull- ing poultry. The Dairy Judging Team placed high in the Houston Fat Stock Show and the Area Contest. i Q X I Roland Svurcy. Charles vll1i't'Ill. Bobby Hugln-s. David Kilwr. llilly Vancc. Gwinn Thompson. f.lllll'lt'S Cole-. RADIO CLUB The purpose of the Radio Club, to encourage amateur radio operations and experimentation and to study new developments in electronics and high fidelity music reproduction, is carried out through various activities. Most of the members of the club are licensed Ham Radio operatorsg so they work with inexperienced boys interested in that field. ' 1 OFFICERS-David Kiker. President: Roland Searcy, Vice Presidcntg Charles V i n c e n t, Secretary-Treasure-rg Don Draper, Reporterg Billy Vance, Scr- geant-at-Armsg Bobby Hughes, Pro- gram Chairman. Putska Secretary-Treasurer, Willis Ber- rier Reporter-Librarian. First row: Ross Falco, Jackie Mooney, Vito Cangelose, Larry Hoden, Marvin Putska, Bill Doss, Richard Reiser, Roland Harrison, Roland Searcy. Second row: ,limmy Williams, Billy Vance, Sam Fort, Jack Burns, Joe Burl, Barney Blackburn, Walter Dahlberg, Anastacio Herrera, Edward Gregg. Third row: Ronnie Allen, Sidney Murphy, Buch Sheffield, ,lay Calvin Stable-r, Bill Carmichael, Clark Cook, Willie MacTate. Fourth row: Johnny Carrier, George Hamilton, .lames Coe, Ken Miller, Gordon Gregg, Charles Cole. BARBERSHOP QUARTET The Barbershop Group was organized for boys who enjoy singing barbershop harmony. It is a new club and originated this year for the first time. The club had several meetings during the year in the choir room. ,.,...-- VnJ,,,,..,...-- G OFFICERS Bill Doss, President, Gor- il don Gre Vice Presidentg Marvin Eg? C. UH A is ixgq Qi N it QQ' am, A 3 Q93 'L 4 I 21553 lea J 4 CARL J. BEST Director in-QL OFFICERS-Bill Doss, Junior Representa- tiveg Kiver Dahlberg, Vice President, Eve Porter, Reporter, Pat Stewart, Librariang Gwen Andrews, Recording Secretary, David Bunting, Librarian, Virginia McBride, His- toriang Jane Gibson, Corresponding Secre- tary, Myrna Black, Sophomore Representa- tive, Horace Dansby, President. A CAPPELLA CHCIR The A Cappella Choir, which received a first division in both performance and sight reading at the U.l.L. contests at Galveston on March 21, has performed at many clubs, among them the Woman's Club, the Rotary Club, the Lions Club, and the Kiwanis Club. '4The Messiah" was presented on December 11, 1955 at the First Baptist Church in Bryan, toward which most of the work during the fall was directed- The singing of "The Song of Easter" two times on March 29, 1956 was one of the first spring concert events. Other performances were for ASM Consolidated High School and the National Electrical Engineers Convention, which met at A8zM College during April. The concluding spring activities were the performances at the Spring Concert, the Choir Tour, and Baccalaureate serv- ices. An outstanding spring event was the annual A Cappella Choir Banquet sponsored by the Bryan Kiwanis Club, at which time various honors were an- nounced. Mr. Carl Best is the Director of the A Cappella Choir, having been at Bryan since 1952. 95 -ng Nleniln-rs of the All-State Choir from the A Cap- pella Choir were Virginia Mclfrizle, sopranog Alta Faye Taylor, altog Lane- Lynch, tenorg Jerry Stephenson. tenor: and Horace Dansby, bass. eg? f Virginia McBride was chosen the outstanding choir member and received the Tom Sweene Award. y While on tour. the choir spent one night on the Baylor campus. Herr- the girls load and prepare for departure. 96 The quartet appeared at the March of Dimes benefit dance. The boys' quartet made up of Joe Donaho, Lane Lynch, David Bunting, and Horace Danshy sang on many differ- 4-nt occasions. if ' if 're 5.. 'vdsfvfflf 'l ,, . , . fy, .'w,, f fl fr' "'m'8'. In gs zum: THE lX'lESSlAH llic :X Cappella Choir presentccl llanclc-l's Tlfllf MICSSIAH at the First Baptist Cllllltll un llt'I't'llllit'IA ll. IUB5. Suloists inc-lurled llurave l1anSlJy, Lane Lynch. liinnie- .-Xnn Dunsliy. Alta Faye Taylor. Exo Porter. 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'-A it 4 A v .ix 'N K S' OFFICERS L i fp 5 P .- Y ' I - - xi 1' kr if Q I'F.5IIilt'III , , BUDDX CHANCE . 'Zi Vice President , , JERRY STEPHENSON L I - ax U Servetczry-Treasurer ,,,,,,, FRANCES VISOSKI Q A ' l Q Reporter so is BETH SHAUNFIELD iff- V I A l Librarians , EDWARD ADAMS . 'E LINDA SCOTT Uniform Tez'hr1ir'z'ar1s KENNETH MILLER BILLY PARBISH Instrument Technicians ,, ,,,,,,,, ,,,, A BEL LARA JOHNNY CARNER BRONCO BAND Back in the summer, while everyone was still on vacation, the band began practice for the oncoming football season. Each night the band came up to the school, playing or drilling for two hours. This was concluded when the band went to Ft. Parker State Park for a picnic and swim. Clad in new uniforms, the band started itslseason, going to football games in Conroe, Brenham, Corsicana, and the Travis game in Austin. The band also played for five home games and fifteen yell practices and participated in the Football Parade. Later in the year the band went to the State Fair in Dallas, where it played a concert in Fair Park. ln December the Bryan Chamber of Commerce honored them with the annual Christmas Banquet. Shortly after, the band members began their annual Birthday Calendar Drive. Then came District and Regional Band tryouts in Conroe and Alvin, in which several members participated. The band was also represented in Dallas at the TMEA Convention in February, where the All- State Band and Orchestra met- The College Basketball Tournament at ASIM and the Green and White Intersquad Football Game on Bronco Field were included in the late winter performances. The Spring activities began with a trip to Washington-on-the-Brazos for the Texas Independence Day Celebration. In April the band went to Liberty, Texas, for the Bicentennial Celebration, where a short parade was included in the dayis activities. During the concert season were the Solo and Ensemble Contest, the band carnival, the Armed Forces Day Parade, and a concert at A8zM Consolidated High School, all prior to the conclusion of the 1955-56 band year with the Annual Spring Concert in May. C. B. MCCOWN, JR. Director x ,W , BAN ff 1 .1-1. 3 Q J , X lqra 5. Lmdl . 3 ' 'f .huwl1' 6811.13 lnul BRASS SECTION , A 1'N'. ll. HHYT- J hm' R' . -ew W f RASS X SECTION N N1 Fmshuff. and E- 1-n. . - ' First row: S. Enlm-. Moon-s, J. 5lf'l?llt'I'lSOIl. Second row: C. Zulmik. W. llahllwrgr. R. Stanfnrsl. F. Axlanms. Third mw: B. Pulz. F. Pate. J. Ste-phvnfmm. B. Chanve-. D. Stallings. ,fd T .... AWA . D 5 ff:-'74 f " 4 -'- 4: F65 ., FECTIONS ji g K Fifty I ri .7 'I il Il I His? M' f' Pt.RCl mow E ii I 1 ,t ,Y ,ei ' SECTION 'V " I-"'IiP"'a 1 JF' I ,.-' I I? -gllaunfie-ld. R- I H ' - Esvalrarlo, ff' A " VWTI. I.. Scum lining, - M- I., Hpman First row: F.' Visnski. Ii. ,I. Iilazm-k. P. Eltlrcrl. Y. English. XI. Hoxlvy. K. Welxli. Svvontl row: ,I. CoVan. .-X. Prince-. ,I. liuttn-r. K. Nlrllonalcl. E. llurmlf-rn. C. Nlayhugh. E. This-lman. 'llhirfl ruw: L. Ritlvout. .I. Tip- tun. F. Haupt. V. Palasota. P. Nvvill. A. Elliott. Fourth ruw: L. Nlorcfllo. li. Marin. A. Zimmerman. E. I'lr'rrvra. ll. Tmlil. C. Riliarnlu. M. L. Taylor. Fifth row: C. Bynum. K. Miller. B. C. Parish. A. 5 Schlvsselman. ,I. Arnolcl. Standing: D. Cnwsr-rt. I. Hallmrooks. NI. Williamson. E. Holloman. A. Schillvr. gui HSD num '5 0 Us! gf hgww lil. wlfyy I REED SECTION v we 4 J QW - A ':. ,w6Ig'w9gw"9.. in ' 'x Q 5 I' I' L r z P ' A :Q iw .a ' . ,:E:,'5T-1 v'-- -M U 'a g fhw. ,, , K 1 . - - Mum ,-, .34v,,f.5,f if' I gm-Fv my 'R tx,-J' I: I :V X' m'LEajQ fx 'NAL ,-1' , im., Wy In AX ' X 1, , X -Q :V fi .u. AWN 3 Y --1 ' -E Qi If? - ,,,. , ffzxm , mx. Hztzgg-::g,. .nzzr i fx V ""kfi7I?"h' if , x fIQfZlQ'?3fEZ,: - , .x :tg 2 WA 111-435153, 14 ,f mg 4azn??i3QQWi13fEs53g fi in ziffgaq-,wi g:1,1.Q,L 5, ,L 5555? K '2fffTifi?if?iEwgQL1 A -.:. .fn-Ii'- ::' " .Ah,.. b ., M J 1. K 1 - , f if 13' Z M12 x 'Mft On Parade C. of C Banquet 'five Da Game X Casey Jones Band Award nee THU FRANCES VISOSKI Th . 'ixets on I3 ,e girls Tw HUM ave fneflds fro Vasa Uwe South! m 'Ha wiwtti wwxx 19 'N Sports events give the Student Body an op- portunity to show their Bronco spirit. Here we see enthusiastic rooters at the Bryan vs. Travis game. ' fig 1 Z '-'ii' FEATURES H. 1 NX L sf 3 ty x 5, 5' if . 'E N, in MM M A HTH A HA Y PA'l'Ii A1 1i.w.s S.F.fl. X1 'Q 5 CHESTER JONES Mr. S.F.A. V 2395 . ' Q13 ,Q 'f , 'V-, ,. i . Nm. 1 wc K I,-ii i, Z 5 ff' 5.5 A2 " -'i'gf2'f5' :gg Q, i' 3, M' as s - " "M 1, ?'5:5fE'Eef:1 1 'xi '. "E ' 4' ' 5 1 - ? 1 jj I ,V mf I07 JO ANN NOLEN Ni.-XI, COIJWIN SENIOR 'A VORI TES CAROL CARTWRIGHT "Y'iii"W" I' -5 f 2 ,mqy Liz. ifhfxiwrw' ' "V ff"" 1MtfLi.f?s5'k,gCZZr y at K. NORMA DANSBY airy ' QQ .. P532 ,, JUNIOR FAVORITES BILL D055 f f X Q ld X sa Q sa . HX.. XA A V in Q 1 A X Q K S SOPHOM ORE FAVORITES BILLY GARRISON 3 IVIARCIA WILLIAMSON f' Aixam 'Q7 1 ,- P x 5 . 1 V ,X . ,"'t-wax 'Crip- I x 2 5 X I HORACE DANSBY A Cappella Choir President .IOE DONAHO Football Letterman u pt 5-.."" xx...-w jf. Fifty 4 tslft. .II I VIRGINIA ARHOS Girls, Forzun Vive Presiflenl DAVID BUNTINC National Honor Society l'resi1lenl WHO'S ca' These students were nominated by the Student Council and elected by the .IANE GIBSON Bronco Editor-in-Chief CHESTER JONES Stuclent Council Vice President faculty on the LANE LYNCH Boys, Forum President MAURINE MOTTER Stu1lentBorIy President '15 Q A M 'VHO Q tg, tvs? basis of their outstanding cha1'acte1'istics. They are truly Wl10's Who. EDWARD ADAMS Student Council-Inside Traffic JANE RICHMOND Student Council-Citizen of the Week t 1 I A 5 YK ,, I ,V K ' Q ,V 3 9 4 f Wg 'tet D rf A 2 g Ni, . A fi ws in ww 5 AM' NA' Kane A if SA' A X D: m , , fin.: .. . A Wmwazfew gl if 1 ':! 3iI?f,:.W .ig . : . yi mf www , , , -, - me - V ,U . ,M -'E s 3 l Tig is ist' 3 1 1 -1 1. .ini A- -- t, ,dr 5 ,,d'A,g,41N 5'f 5 , vi., Q ,Mug X W, Q. Q ,- M S. i it 931 x ,L uf, 2 il tttt M e .Y ,,.. W. -i i .. . I rw nf I ive ' f Q H, f A -,P - -M -Kruk-.A A ,M Jvw, JO ANN NOLEN Student Council Secretary MARTHA RAY PATE Girls' Forum President -y' QQ? s 5 . 2 . X 1 N wig I R1 1 4 N155 llunzzfronzfng Queen 11.-XRUI. lI!XR'l'WRItlll'l' HOMECOMING llomeeoming Queen lor 1955. Carol Cartwright. aml her eourt. Princesses Gwen Andrews and Martha Kay Pate. were presented at half-time ol the Brownwood game on November -lt. Captains Pat Stacy and Neal Codisin presented eorsages of white carnations to the princesses. The Queen was crowned hy Captain Horace llansliy and reeeiied a dozen white carnations and a miniature football inscribed. "Homecoming Queen. '55-'56." Gary Summers served as Crown Bearer. 1 y 1 A-9 NONIINPIICS Pate. Norma Danslmy. :7.l 1' 5 Betty Tolmias. Mary Lee Taylor, Carol Cartwright. Owen .-Xndrews. Martha Ray .QE S. F' . Va . ,ws VALENTINE COURT Stephen F. Austin chose as its 1956 King and Queen of Hearts Ronnie Garrison and Carol Cart- wright. Prince Neal Godwin and Princess Martha Ray Pate represented the senior class, while Bill Doss and Norma Dansby, Billy Garrison and Marcia Wil- liamson were the Dukes and Duchesses from the Jun- ior and Sophomore classes. Rusty Linney and Gary Summers were Crown Bearers. Entertainment for the King and Queen, and the court, was provided by S.F.A. talent. The Queen is crowned ,ip K 5 nvnfu, mfmsiiasmy- lvl:-1-r fl ,f HONORS ANL 'nforth Award winncrs, Jam- llihsun :incl -nry llluzvk. wvrm' rlwfvn ij - faclilty - r is 's ir ' fualilivs of nul- slam Aw' mu 1-r-hip ani we-ll-roiimle-il 1' 1' rucle-r -v - npnii' . ' ivy rvm'ivvcl 'iv vivs ' 1' '. I DARE YOU. llilliv Svziiiliiiri livrf- :ww-iwx the- lluhf' Ruth Cowl uw!-liiiillxliip Xwnrml. lfwn thuuph hr' har he-1-n Cun- finwl tu ii mln-1-li-liuii' lliwiigilwiit hir high fclirml Carve-r lnwiiiiw of niu-rulzir 1ly5lI'UIllly. Willii- has vxhihilml in illlllllllt' lhzit has wt ii high vxumpla- for all 5.F.A. Iurls-nh. lfur Ihis um'uriqiu-ral1li- spirit. wc of thu 1956 Hill INNO -lull iiwiirfl lu Willie- Svurmlinu thc' BRONCO AWARD lraui- N-xill H-crivi-ml thi- llvst Line-man Trophy: Russ Falco rm-cz-iwd Ihv U1-st Back Troihv: I . Put Starry. the- Nurinun Danshy Mcnmrial Tmphy: Stuart H4-Ivey. lhv Host Valuable- Playvr Awardg und. not pn-Qi-lit. Tm-rry Rossi-r. thi- Harry fihamhlc-ss Nlvmnrial Award for ther hes! nonrlvtter man. 7 '11 dujllll Li.. XWARDS AWARDS F.F.A. Banff Award First State ' OSIFR HOUIH R A. JI. Waldrop Award PHIL BIONTALBANO Honorary l"11t11re Farmer BOB NIAYFIELD Bob .Uayfield Award PHIL NIONTALUANO Sanitary Farm Y CLIFTON JOY 4. i f? I' x :,V U Qlflfl. j - S Dairv Award 5 has wh iw S YK , x Irfa- Q, MR' W a. t ,Q-aafifg at 6 it i it i r 'VQ3izf:::i ,f'-- za-:pri YELL LEADERS .Ioan Morris. Don Draper. Carol Cartwright Phy Ilis Crizzaffi, lfvelyn Wilcox. Janette Tkac fu M WW, ,,,,,, ma V . I F SENIOR PLAY I , 2 S Backstage- thc- night uf the prmluciimm. I .,-er, I , -c ' - s 4 n "Margr'. I ,avr-ml a ww!" ' v Y I Make--up before' IIN' play gm-5 4 n I uni' l In 1 lm., in Az lii1Ia.l,h?.. "fan11ary Thaw" Frieda Herbert Gage Sarah Gage Paula Gage Barbara Gage Marge Cage , George Hasted Jonathan Rorlfwoorz' Mathilda Rockwood Mr. Loomis ,,,,, ,,,, , Unrle Walter , Mall Roclrwoorl Carson ,, ,,,, VANETTE ENGLISH DAVID KIKER NIARY SUE KNUTSEN GARY LOU BARNES MARY LEE TAYLOR NIARTHA RAY PATE DON GRIFFIN ILWINN THOMPSON NIARLENE HILL PAT STACY CHESTER JONES JOE BRYAN DONAHO HORACE DANSBY Constable ROLAND SEARCY Prompters MARTHA WORNIELI LINDA RIDEOUT Directors SUNNY COFFEY MAE GOODLETT . . Y If . "RITE, Law- I Wm I In Harvard Law ScIl0uI. Mt-I-1 mf WI 4 , 1 Q. me A, If ncipzd 'Time Out for Cingern Lzzzze , ,,,, ,. ,, , Agnes Carol ,,,,,, , ,, ,,,,,, I GAYLE JONES JANE RICHMOND Howard Carol ,,,,,, , ..,,,,,,,. , BILLY VANCE Joan .,,,,,,,, , ,, ,,,,. NORMA DANSBY Jeannie . ,,,,,,,,,,,,, JANIS BOTTER Ginger . ,.,,,,, ,. .. ,,,,. ,,,,,,,, , , ,,,,, , KAY WEBB Eddie Davis ,.,,,,.. ....,.... C HARLES DAVIDOFF Tommy Green ,,,, ,,,,,..,, BILLY CARR PARRISH Mr. Wilson ,,,,,,,, .,,,,,,,,.. ,,,,,, B I LL DOSS Ed Hoffman , , VITO CANGELOSI Student Direclor ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, ..,,,,,,, J E AN ROBERT Prompter ,,,,,, ,..,. .,,,,,,, B O BBIE JEAN JONES Direclors . SUNNY COFFEY MAE COODLETT JUNIOR PLAY The entire cast Setting the stage Th.. Carol family Some frmtlrall hem . ,al . The faculty enjoys Field Day. The tug-of-war. wun lmy the seniors. A skit during el:-etions. 1 a 19 3 '41 W 5 1 13' x ': ,, q . ? 1 4 u " rl 6 i Q t l m l, It I , 4 V' .. 5' """ "' W j ,f A ,evsmiizl Fel.. .4 X:", ,, NN' y t ee PW .": 'ff , ""1 ' ' " gi f V " ' , . I I ky 37 - . 5' 4 Q:-,f 'X e 'fQ5S.aatt..aa445l3Z't 57-wnux The famous "lemon race." Pat and Joe campaign. The faculty pie-eating contest. -New Q N .Qt , f x Y 4 '90 is l l 'F f gi X X K tknk- ' ' 5 'I' . i V "' 2, , ip . Wm-..w.,1 ., . ' B-A I, 4 .u .0 Q an 'IIFAMZDDCERE ,, fn.. SENIOR TRIP May 18. 1956 WR- rorim- the rive-rlmut "CUII1Ill0li0!t'.' up tn Green- M33 X ? nf 4 5.4. N f' f' I L V shores un Lulu- Augtin. 53" Wwwmlfi , F I Q ' Fl T3 4' "1- ,P ,330 f. - .Q ,.,, LV,, A Q W Lk K V, 1 ,Af V, V ' 2 it " Q. A Y .Q "" Q "-:k ' yr - f ff K ' ' at SQA Ax L ' 1 - 'Mg K ,WJ ,K i A X Q L .ff W' 3 w, ,fi . " Y L ' , QW, , ' -x , . ' 'K '- fx ...U M Q wg 4 A 4 ,. ' .W . . ' f vis? f ' ' .A 5 Tank V, A ima-NV as W f V viwgkf' , 11318 ' xi gMi 5 wifi- x3snnwmmw,kf num , mm?w1s.w-xN And swam . . . 1g 11 11fu nL "qs V li I 5 'k s And ate And sunned some more-. Then we sunm-d . . . I23 Dr. W. Boyd Hunt of Southwestern Theological Seminary in Fort Worth was the guest speaker. He reminded the graduates that there is still plenty of opportunity for youth who have eyes to see it. BACCALAUREATE AND COMMENCEMENT Baccalaureate services for the 1956 graduating class were held May 27, 1956, at 8:00 in the Stephen F. Austin auditorium. Dr. W. Boyd Hunt gave the sermon. Chester Jones offered the invoca- tion, and the A Cappella Choir presented music. The processional and recessional were played by Eve Porter. Commencement exercises for the class were held on May 28, 1956, at 8:00 in the auditorium. Bas- com B. Hayes, Assistant Commissioner for Admin- istration, Texas Education Agency, was the guest speaker. Music for the senior processional and re- cessional was provided by the Bronco Band. Maur- ine Motter, Student Body president, gave the in- vocation. Diplomas were presented to the 177 grad- uates by O. B. Donaho, representing the Bryan School Board. Patsy Hopkins, president of the 1957 senior class, accepted the class pennant. The senior gift, a cash fund to be administered by next year's Student Council, was presented by Don Griffin and accepted by Bill Doss. THE 1956 GRADUATING CLASS vf.'r'r'. t gin ,. .f It I ' ' be. ' lihjli lilll'-ll'T jum-s was presented the Haswell Award fur safety. Johnny Lloyd. lligllest graduate of the boys. receives liis award. Norma Udaslien receives the lmest knuwledge of American 0 Ann Nulen is awarded the portsmanship Award. lJ.A.R. History. Award for the 'X A, X e , , X 3 1 Maurine Mutter, the honor graduate with a perfect 4.0 recmd. is presented an award lmy Mr. Cook. Halle Ruth Good Lela Duckery receives the scholarship to McKenzie- Baldwin Business College awarded by the Bryan- Cnllege Station Business and Professional Club, mi? -crux. HIIAL1 QS , n l x 1 tlutiz-Q uf tlu- Presi- One of tlie uuny . rlent of the Student Body is to dismiss the Student llody after all assembly programs. Here fllaurine performs this I - P' -American Amateur X l l l duly aftfr tht an Hour. S.F.A. HIGHLIGHTS . I U 1 ' T thi. Pan-American Ama' Chi' dancers from Ti-xa Q ' . - 1 , Q A wmmr on ' l by ghe darky as ulqgi. at Bmwngsnl A tl .rriitlywwt Hour was thc ac , U tereetinn 'H ' Pllwlflecl ar ' leur -l hi: mull' K0 35" K ,. program clurinf, rh I mi lu' enemxl'3S'l ' 1- 1' fall. During the WH l,ramif-P before gh? Tvmplt. The variety act presented by Southern Assem ' . . W'l It-at was git-en last rilg-5, lolles was one to be remembered as unique. game a famplt it lil.. SENIOR FROLICS "The Bob and Ray Shown JUNIOR FROLICS ,ew ' Jr fs- , X ,X W A year-round athletic program offers S.F.A. students recreational development. H er e, Tracy Ray Peters, lil, jumps to open our last game of the season, against Palestine, with teammates Stuart Helvey, l2g Frank Seale, 8g and Sammy Dwyer, 4, ready to give assistance. n gwg: A Q Y-lv K 4 E ' ,r A' 9 . ff5'i?5f?e'f A ,eta eamigyif 'cj "ii-in-ff, 1 r P a Q9 Q K , 1 M Hn ,w N ,H 1 ATHLETICS 4 l29 I-. L .- , A..-,. .' I x e, JOHN LINNIQY. lim-kjielfl Com-lz JOHNNY KONEQINY. Line ljaar-11 JAMES GRIFFIN. Ileml ljvaf-h COACHING STAFF PECK VASS. "BU Team Coarh WAYNE RIDEOUT. Trainer KARL HOPPESS, Manager BENNIE GRIFFIN. Manager First row: Ross Falco, ,lack Hicks. David Bunting, Neal Godwin, Maleohm Brewer. George Walker, Chester Jones, Bill Cartwright, Joe Salinas. Bob Allen. Second row: Karl Hoppess, Jerry Holligan, Stuart Helvey, Pat Stacy, Kiver Dahlberg, Ronnie Garrison, johnny Niederauer Ronald Smith, Sammy Dwyer, Charles Mathis, Bennie Griffin. Third row: Mr. Griilm, Terry Rosser, Frank Seale, Joe Donaho, James Coe, Horace Dansby, Charles Davidoff, Gordon Gregg, Willie Mack Tate, ,lohn Severs, Travis Nevill, Mr. Linney, Mr. Konecny. "A" SQUAD SPRING TRAINING 1956 A! CAPTAINS Stacy, Godwin, Dansby SEASONS RESULTS Opponents Broncos Conroe , ,, r,r,,,, 0 6 Nacogdoches ,,,.,. ..r, ,,,r 0 1 2 Brenham .,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,.,,,,,, , , ,,,, 14 26 University High l'WacoJ 6 20 Crosicana , ,,tt, , ,,,t,t, ,S 7 7 13 McCallum tAustinl ,,,,t 6 6 Temple t,,,,,,,,, 7, ,,,,,,, , ,,,, 33 0 Brownwood , ,,,,tt,,t ,,,, 7 7 Travis lAustinl H H ,QU 20 Palestine ttt.,t,,,ttt. , 19 0 CHESTER JONES DAVID BUNTINC Back Guard I3I e 1.1.7. SFF -yi ill Cv3?QQ'1fQ-':f333f3f'9 S3144 Szbqfgza 1 13 12,35 First row: Nlr. Vass. .lumes llivsr. Henry llalten. liill Doss. l'hil Xlonlullrzmo. Ray llurtvr. l Roger Canales. David Phipps. Sam Pic-eallo. Jerry Zimmerman. llill tforlmsivr. Se-contl row: Sill Murphy. Dennis Johnston. Tim K1-nn:-ily. Joe Smith, George Hamilton. fillilTll'S Siege-rt. Jack Stockton. Billy Garrison. Manage-rs: Jimmy Heacl and Jimmy Nlathis. "B" SQUAD CONROE AT CONlf0fifThe Broncs opened the 1955 football season with a 6-0 win over the Conroe Tigers. Dahlherg smashetl over in the last quarter for the one score. NACOGDOCHES Nl' BlfYANfTl1e "Green and WllilP., relnainecl unseorecl upon as they took their second game from the Nacogdoehes Dragons, 12-0. Nevill com- pleted two passes for hoth sm-ores. BRENHAM AT BRENHAM-Helx'ey played his best gains of the season as the lfroncos downed the Brenham Culms. 26-14. Nevill. Dwyer. and Dahlberg each crossed the goal line to rack up the scores. WACO AT BRYAN-The Broncos' hard charging line and highly efficient baekfield were too much for the Waco Tech Trojans. as the Broncs stampeded to a 20-6 victory. The Broncs lefl all the way in both statistics and figures on the seoreboard. ll 591341 ' , unfit ,gk ,, JUL tax NEAI CODWIN HORACE DANSBY PAT STACY JERRY HOLLICAN I3 lnptaln Back Captain-Center lfapmin-Tackle Bavk UICURUF WALKER STUART HELVEY GORDON CRECU ROSS l"fXI.iIO Bal-k Back Centvr Buck TRAVIS NEVILL SAMMY DWYER JOHNNY NIEDERAUER JOE SALINAS End Back End End FOOTBALL LETTERM EN I y Ill FRANK SEALI-1 JOE DONAHO JACK HICKS KIVER lMHI.BERi Hack Guard Tackln- Bavk '33 winning str:-uk 4-mlf-fl as thi- lirulwns only In IIIZIQIPKI In tim' lhf- Xllliiliilllll Knights. 6-6. vim' llgllill passe-ci tn Nmill for thc' svorv. llulll Ill tml ijlll hx ht 'ga z 4 s . -rc If-url intvrfvr- zum- fur ih-lim. " I-AO-LIZ' "","' 'W' f If 4 ,.,?""f:,?"T5f,w.i'fl Vit-CAI,l,liN1 NI' .Nl STIN- Tlw five ganw DISTRIC 'I CORSICANN AT CORSIC.-KNAW - With an lrziin-hun! uf SllIJIlUI'l0l'S hehintl lill'lll. thv Bruin-ns nippefi thc' fiUIiSil'illlll Tig:-rs. I3-T. Uwx- eris fourth quurtvr 513 yard run sm-t up tht- winning tm1c'l11hm'i1. H4-rv. Cartwright tar-klvs low. and Carri- Son high. us Ummlm. Cmlwin. anti Him-ks rush to the zissistancv. TICMITIC ,-Yi' I2 It Y A N g! The Broncs Inst their first ganna to the Tolnplf- Wvilclvats. 33-0. Nimlvr- au0r's touchdmvn. after stealing u forwarti lailvrul. was vallvd hawk Iwcaust- of a penalty. iivrv. Unn- ahu inaikcs tlw lzivklc as Danishy unrl Novill arc- It-ft upfivhl. HIIOWNWOOU AT BRYAN4eThe Broncos, paced ln Stuart llelvev. tied the Brownwood Lions. T-T. Brewer this time passed to Nevill for the tally. Nexill completed the pass near the goal line. TRAVIS AT AUSTlNfThe Broncos cams- 20-20. Walker. Falco, Cartwright. and Brewer led the second half attack, behind a hard-fighting and determined line. Here. Helvey reaches high for a pass. PALESTINIE AT BRYAN4The Broncos closed out their 1955 football season in a hard-fought game. only to lose to the Palestine Wildcats, 19-0. Sixteen seniors played their last game for Bryan. This was also Dads Night. Here, Falco misses, as llonaho and Stacy come from hehind. imanilmmfem drum, Wausau:-'lar from hehind to deadlock the Travis Hehcls L.. --.L. - . -fgfdff? vm! HM f 1 xl i WM.. ,, ...,x,,. z S 1 "-r 3 1 i I . l Knvvlingzz Sdlllllly' Uwyvlx .100 lfulllpisv. Alu-I Lara. Ross lfulvnu. llln--lor join-5. Slamlingz Nlr. Yuss. Jw' lllwll-if Irhlillllltillll. Frank Sm-ulv, 'l'ral'y Ray Pm-If-rs. 'fralvis Nvvill. Kin-r DllllHH'l'g1. TEAM VI-Ill' lllilllLljll'l'N of our If-um llll Hvllllll' ilriffiu null ,limmiv Nlulhi ...T.,,.-,IP .,.4. " 'y r-. . I if ' f s! lluuvh Yzlss lalki nm-r the- lung um ftrulvgy with lflla--Im' um! Truvy. SEASONS RESULTS Opponenl Broncos Niaciisonvillv 53 56 Mawiisonviliv 37 55 Wiavo High 58 66 Wai-o lligh 59 511- STARTING LINE-UI' Port Arthur 53 60 ,N I 1 N Umrmx 51 68 Ihe five- Starlvrs xwrv riravy Pc-tors, imi- qA,,,,,-,,t. 51,1 jg ter: joe Brooks Thompson. Forward: Frank Brvnham 119 53 Scale. l"orwarfi: Travis Ni-vill. Guard: ami B,"l"1h1"'1 52 71- Sanmiv Uxwcr. Guard. Inivvrsily High lWac'rJi , , , 54 69 ' i Niclialhini lAuStiiib 53 55 HONORS Travis 1xXuStinI , 43 53 ,, J , , . , , Tmnlllv H 50 48 lravy lvtc-rs was high-point imhvimlual of lgmmlwmd T5 65 the Season with 360 points. Sammy Dwyvr COI'Sif'llllll , , 51 62 was second ami Joe Brooks Thompson was Palestine , T1 56 third. liniwrsity High lWaCoI , 40 T0 McCallum ijxustiui 69 58 Tracy was nominaln-ci for all-Stale ami T1-niple Y 7 , 60 61 cievlf-fi to the all-fiistric-t loam. Traxis tuxustinl -1-5 53 Browiiwoml , 59 615 Corsivana 66 63 Paivstine 5-I 55 Lufkin 58 57 Laredo , , 65 68 IH-WIS NICYIIJ- TRMIN PETERS JOIN: 1sRooKs 'l'HOMl'SON FRANK slliiixli .11 ln A lilriiiing lll0lI1t'l1t of thc gunw. won by the Bronvos, Wilifil Kiver ilailiiwrgx an 1-sline player contend for 1 1 This shot finris ilahlimvrgz and Lara guarding opposing players. Palestine 55-54, in i a Pai- the bali. Seniors Tracy Peters and Frank Scale, three-year Bronco iettvrmvn play their last game. 3, 1, -L ...W . , ..i.v,., M, A . 'ii 1 Q iiii i - 1 4 .. S s Q X . f E Km-e-ling: James Gis-sv. juhnny Nlf'Il4'I'illll"f. llill Cartwright. Johnny Carrier, Jack Slucktun. llill llnrlllisirr. Stanmlingz CurtiQ Hayvs. llivky Hrickvrsrvn. Jimmy Rolwrts. Jimmy Akin. l'l1il Collins. Nlr. Linm-V. "B " TEAM ROSS FAILIO JOE CAMPISE SAMMY DWYER if ' l ,M 1- 0 W isaiz is 5 5 . i , Q Q 5 19 ig? H? Q, gg if V5 gsm f LV N 'V 5, ' rv H it V 'ft T" ' ,, ,grief 'jphagq 'eR':J?'4 an -J,-'Wit ,mam 1N,Wt'ig Wm' '35 L 'Q ? W iff? I 'f x 1-'X . S . YRNA N v U -4 i APXI' Knvvling: Don Griffin. Johnny Rocha. James Cin-se. Pete Ramirez. Roy Carpenter, Johnny Nia-nh-rauer, Joe Smith. Joe Burt. Joe Campise, Henry Batten. Second row: Mr. Vass. Bill Curlrusivr. ,lack Stockton. Gordon Gregg. Johnny Carrier. Butch Sheffield, Stuart Helvey. ,lm- Brooks Thompson. Kiver Dahlberg. Dicky Hicherson, Frank Sealf-. Jimmy Mathis. Mr. Linnvy. BASEBALL JOHN LINNEY Coach I ,zqmqm-, 4 L. . nt H X H 7 if 'it' A-K : 'fi PECK VASS Coafh Kneeling: Roy Carpenter, Johnny Niederauer, Joe Smith, Joe Burt, Joe Campise. Standing: Stuart Helvey, Joe Brooks Thompson, Kiver Dahlberg, Dicky Hickerson, Frank Seale. Opponent Waco High Corsicana Cleburne ..,....,................,......... ...... University High fWacoJ ...... ...... Temple ................................. ,..... Waco High Corsicana Cleburne ..........,...........,..,........ ...... University High fwacol ................ Temple ............... - ....,.......,......,......... St. Thomas Reagan .,.. Brenham -. Texas City Baytown ..... ...... Brenham .. St. Thomas Conroe .... Reagan ....... ...... Navasota ..... ...... Navasota ..... ...... STARTING LINE-UP Broncos 1 8 8 3 0 7 2 9 1 4 3 5 4 2 5 9 4 9 3 6 2 1 0 3 5 1 3 1 6 5 1 6 4 16 1 5 0 6 2 4 The 1956 Bryan Broncos won the district title, only to be defeated in the bi-district playoffs. The team amassed an enviable record of eight games won and two lost in district playg while in non-district play the record was six games won and five lost. Boys named to the all-district team were Dicky Hickerson, Kiver Dahlberg, Joe Smith, John- ny Niederauer, Joe Campise, and Joe Brooks Thompson. W JK - L 1937? ,. u. '.. ' ,. N, 'F' , u I xi' R. N , A x 'Q AA-Y' 4 K 'P 575.11-Il'UVEz ,.., JIMMIF MATHIS Manager JOE CAMPISE Third Base JOE BURT Shortstop JOHNNY NIEDERAUER Second Base DICKY HICKERSON First Base v9""' an 'bfi VL W NWA .x 1 .i?Vw js, N aff t V A as V A Ns. First row: Willie Mack Tate, Bill Krolczyk, Jimmie Akin, Charles Davidoff, Joe Hickson, Horace Dansby. Terry Rosser. Joe Donaho, Dennis Johnson. Jay Willman. Second row: Eddie Melasky, James Kemp, David Bunting, William McDonald, Marvin Pustka, Dennis Wheelan, James Seay. George Walker, Wade Rawls, Lane Lynch, Joe Salinas, Wallace Hickson, Mr. Rideout. Third row: Winford Mauldin, Pat Stacy, Curtis Hayes. Karl Hoppess, Herman Siegert, James Coe, Roland Harrison, Joel Potts. Donald Crowley, Travis Nevill, Clarke Cook. t Y E A I I U N V W U.. R X . ' 'K -- a:1'M.4qg ,-Ti ff, Coach Wayne Rideout shows Pat Stacy some of the finer points of shot-putting. X Bronco representatives in the State Meet in Austin on May 5 included Winford Mauldin, Horace Dansby, Eddie Melasky, Travis Neville, and Joe Hickson. Accompanying them was Coach Rideout. .E w i 5 E E x 555, , 1 Fm i - ., i i 2- ' H ' ' iis.. 1 , in , a 220 AND 100-izxnn msn I v . ., .vi -5 ia. 3, '-L x ' - ' . ' V . . 1 7 Vx Donald Crowlvy. William Nlcllonalml. ' . ' 4 ' ' l My 'A 1 Dm-nnis Wlwc-lan. ,limmiv Akin. Cm-urge' lg- fi! 'XA ' X' A Walkvr. Wadi' Rawls. jf ' V - ' - , . ' 2.3. .Q U .iq , .,,i 3 .ssc A. 4' , ' M I Q -Q 4440-YARD DASH ,lov Donaho. ,lov Salinas. Te-rry RHhSk'l Lane Lynch. Dc-nnis Johnson. 1 ' TRACK ll 3311-3- A - i 'vi .. x M, l lk. . f X' X' -Qi' .- 880-YARD AND MILE Kneeling: Winford Mauldin, David Bunting, Karl Hoppess, Roland Harri- son. Standing: Eddie Melasky, Joel Potts. James Kemp. HURDLERS AND JUMPERS Kneeling: Joe Hickson, Travis Nevill, Curtis Hayes. Standing: James Seay, Wallace Hickson, Marvin Putska, James Coe. EVENTS 1956 TRACK RESULTS DOGWOOD RELAYS: Shot-Put, Dansby, lstg 880-yd. Dash, Mauldin, lst, Mile Melasky, lst, 100-yd. Dash, Rawls, 4th, High Jump, H-ickson, 2nd, Mile Relay, 4th, Low Hurdles, Nevill, 3rd. CAMERON RELAYS: Mile, Melasky, 4thg 880-yd. Dash, Mauldin, 3rdg Sprint Relay ftrh. TEXAS RELAYS: High Hurdles, Nevill, finalist. DISTRICT: 4-4-0-yd. Dash, Salinas, lst, Sprint Relay, Salinas, Nevill, Akins, Rawls, 2nd, High Jump, Hickson, lstg Shot-put, Dansby, 2nd, Davidoff, 4th, Low Hurdles, Coe, 4-th, 100-yd. Dash, Rawls, 2nd, Mile Relay, 2nd, 880-yd. Dash, Mauldin, lst, Bunting Srdg Mile, Melasky, lst, Potts, 2nd, Discus, Krolczyk, lst. REGIONAL: Those placing at the Regional Meet and therefore becoming eligible for the State Track Meet at Austin were Mauldin, Dansby, Melasky, Nevill, and Hickson. STATE: Travis Nevill was the only finalist in the State Meet, although he did not place in the finals. . 8 'W we 'Q'-if I , y C X I WEIGHTS Davidoff, Clarke Cook. wi, 3 1 iff, 5 Dansby, Pat Stacy. Standing: Willie Mack Tate, Bill Krolczyk, Charles ' at 'E x f Kneeling: Herman Siegert, Horace r r I .P I I A4 jo Ann Nolen, Raymond Leighman, Frank Benavidez, Walter Dahlberg Ann Elliott Jo Anna White, Gail Schlesselman, Richard Reiser. Frances Muth, Kay McDonald ,lanicr Bral Charlf llnrley. llillie ,lean lllazek, Kakey Griffin. TENNIS TEAM Coached by Miss Kidd, the tennis team has played many matches with various towns in our area. At the District meet in Lufkin, the Senior Girls' Singles, Senior Boys' Singles, and the Senior Girls' Doubles went to the finals. DISTRICT ENTRANTS First row: Ann Elliott, Gail Schlesselman, Junior Girls' Doublesg Frances Muth, Janice llc-al, Senior Girls' Doulilesg Billie ,lean Blazek, Junior Girls' Singles. Second row: Raymond Leighman, Walter Dahlberg, Senior Boys, Doubles: Jo Ann Nolen. Senior Girls' Singles: Frank Benavidez. Senior Boys' Singles. Jl..AlIirIl. , 'wmmv - 'F H? li!l42:mEl"!.-Lili! ., Q ' 'iv 'MLA H I 'H wJ' --v-.... .MM Mike Briggs, James CoVan, Don Draper, Norris Pritchard, Truitt Allen. Coach-ART ADAMSON Sponsor-MBS. SCHLESSELMAN SWIMMING TEAM MIKE BRIGGS Backstroke, Fifth Place Austin State-Wide Meet ' r gil .. ,K . , X ff! Ml DON DRAPER Freestyle, Third Place State Meet at A 81 M TEAM MEMBERS Pritchard, CoVan Allen l ,Q vff all N x A , A WJAA ' .1 ' 3 iff" in 'ef ' f S4-alle-ei: Tim K1-nm-ily. Travis Nvvili. Franm-s Xlulh. ,lanicv U1-al, Dick iiivkvrsmi. Curtis il ny Q. Jininiiv- 'N1ziIhis.,luiinny Wikvska. Standing: David liunling. Faninly l'il'f'0i1!, ,Iuim limi-on lm- INTRAMURAL REPRESENTATIVES A R1-iuy J......,,.A J.. W,........., ,, J..--V-. liznlminlun 4 i 4 mi' Tilllllll' Liiaiinpu ll Ns SV Horseshoes , Washers ,,,,. Box relay .,,, Balloon relay Rope climbing , Volleyball ,,,, Archery ,...,,. Deck tennis Volleyball Horseshoes FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER BURLESON Bowling GOODMAN HYMAN Softball throw HYMAN NOLEN 100-yd. dash MCDONALD DUNKLE Table tennis GRIFFIN HYMAN 50-yd. dash VASS BURLESON Winner-Goodman with 71 points HYMAN Second-Schlesselman with 66 points MOODY SELMAN Checkers ,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,..f,,,,,,,,,....,,f,fff4,f SCHI-E5 Winner-Hyman with 129 points Second-Burleson with 109 points The purpose of the intramural program is to give students a chance to relax from their studies for a short time and at the same time develop sportsmanship and physical co-ordination. This has been the first year for the intramural programg and under the direction of Miss Kidd, it has proven to be a valuable program. Table tennis C,.,"i -1 Archery Bryan merchants, always willing to help our school and to sponsor activities, are a vital part of the successful organization that is S.F.A. Numerous students patronize our many friends. ff 'E ' ff' Va 9 X Q W x M4 I XxN uxsf X ll' ' ', v f ADVERTISEMENTS I5l TRAVIS B. BRYAN, Presideni- TRAVIS B. BRYAN, JR., Vice Presidenl' J. HOWARD TODD, Assis+an+ Cashier S. L. BOATWRIGHT, Vice Presideni' MELVIN C. JOY, Assisfanf Cashier C. A. NIGH, Cashier A. L. NOWAK, Assis+an+ Cashier N. F. LOCKERD, Assisianf Cashier JOHN A. DARBY, Assisfani' Cashier YOU R BAN K We would have you 'feel fhai' THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK is your bank. We would have you feel a+ home in your bank. 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