Stephen F Austin High School - Bronco Yearbook (Bryan, TX)
- Class of 1957
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foreword . . .
organizations . .
personalities . .
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The 1957 Breoivco is you
memories-brighT and happy memories
of an unforgeTTable year.
As you Turn The pages for The firsT
Time, you find ThaT many of The Things
you see here have changed and, having
changed, are gone. So will They conTinue
To change and vanish Through The years.
Cherish These pleasanT memories, Tor
They are as They were picTured, caughT
as They slipped Through The narrow Thres-
hold of The presenT inTo The fading pasT.
Resolve To hold These precious mo-
menTs by Turning To This book of golden
memories and reliving The days of '57
to mr. rex kathcart
One who iustly deserves This honor-
one who possesses The highest and
finest qualities for ins i' l
one whose lite has Touched many as
he has quietly and whimsically devoted
his versatile genius and his Talents To
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p en F. Austin High School.
W. R, CARMICHAEL
R. I. Bernath
O. B. Donaho
R. V. Armstrong
George E. Adams
H. P. Dansby Jr.
H. W. COOK
MRS. R. J. BEAMER
CARL J. BEST
CLYDE C. BOUNDS
MRS. R. E. BURLESON
JAMES C. DOOLEY
MRS. J. M. GOODMAN
Shop, Civics, P.E.
MATTYE PEARL HENRY
MARY BELL KIDD
MRS. F. E. MANN JR.
MRS. E. L. MCDONALD
C. B. MCGOWN
MRS. C, B. MCGOWN
HAROLD T. MOODY
R. L. NOLEN
ELBERT R. JOHNSON
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MRS. G. W. SCHLESSELMAN
MRS. BERNICE SCHNERR
MARTHA LOU SMITH
MRS. RALPH STEEN
MRS. J. R. VARNELL
CLAUD P. VASS
MRS. A. J. VICK
MRS. MARY VINCENT
MRS. JOANNE WILCOX
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Senior English, as the final English course,
has a two-fold purpose-to prepare the
students who are not planning to extend
their formal education and to prepare those
who will continue their studies in college.
Miss Mary Hyman and Miss Winnie Carter
are the teachers of this course.
Sophomore English lays the foundation for both
composition and for appreciation of all forms
of literature. The teachers are Mrs. Mary Varnell,
Mrs. Bernice Schnerr, and Miss Mae Goodlett.
Emphasis is on thinking, reading, speaking,
listening, and writing in the iunior English
classes, with Mrs. Ralph Steen, Miss Winnie
Carter, and Mrs. Marie McDonald as teach-
The speech course not only includes interpre-
tation and debating but also fundamentals of
voice production, acquiring poise, and pre-
paring students for life'situations. Mrs. Mary
Varnell is the teacher of this course.
With Mr. Nolen as the instructor,
trigonometry can be quite interest-
Business Arithmetic, a prerequisite for bookkeep-
ing is taught by Mrs. McGown.
l Plane and solid geometry, under the guidance
of Mrs. Vick, teaches students how to solve their
Students gain a foundation for ad
vanced mathematics under Mrs
Schlesselman and Mr. Bounds.
Physics, taught by Mrs. Goodman, is an advanced
science that deals with matter and energy and
their relationship. t
Biology, the science of living things, gives a
student the opportunity to learn about living
things and their habits. This course is taught by
Mrs. Wilcox and Mr. Bounds.
Chemistry offers students the possible horizons
in the study of nature and composition of matter.
Mrs. Goodman and Mrs. Wilcox teach chemistry.
Economics is concerned with teaching students
to make a living. lt is a study of our wants and
of the problems that arise in connection with
our efforts to satisfy those wants through the
use of products and services. Mr. Moody is the
Latin, also a two year elective course, is taught by
Mrs. Marie McDonald. Emphasis is on the practical
function of Latin and the knowledge ot the history
and customs ot the Romans, with subsequent
added understanding of our own times.
The SFA A Cappella Choir, under the di-
rection ot Mr. Best, represents our school
frequently, singing for the many civic or-
ganizations and activities and presenting
programs at Easter and Christmas.
Students in Spanish classes learn to read and
speak the language and become familiar with
the customs and history of the Spanish speaking
countries. Spanish is taught by Mrs. Mary Ellen
Vincent and is a two year elective course.
Football games, the State Fair, parades, other out
of town trips, and concerts are memorable occa-
sions for the Bronco band members. Mr. C. B.
McGown is the director of the Bronco band.
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'To sew a fine seam" requires hours of
fitting, stitching, ripping and pressing these
homemaking girls discover.
Mr. Johnson teaches the boys the rules of
nearly every sport. Baseball, football, volley-
ball, and basketball complete a year of P.E.
Mr. Rideout is also one ofthe P.E. instructors.
Typing students learn the various personal and
business letter forms, manuscript forms, and the
proper use of a typewriter. The teachers are Mrs.
Nan Burleson and Miss Mattye Pearl Henry.
ln the secretarial training course, shorthand,
English, and typing are taught as necessary
tools for transcription. The teacher of this
course is Miss Mattye Pearl Henry.
Interpreting and analyzing business transactions
as well as recording them and preparing financial
statements, are included in the activities in the
bookkeeping classes. Mrs. Jeane McGown is the
All students are encouraged to take driver
education. Students learn to be courteous
and safe drivers, following laws that in-
fluence a moving vehicle. Mr. James Griffin T
and C. P. Vass help the students get a better
understanding of what makes the automo-
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History, taught by Mr. Moody and Mr. Linney,
is a very interesting study of the story of our
Texas history is the study of the background
of our state. lt is an elective course, and
taught by Mr. Vass. Mr. Vass, along with Mr.
Griffin, teaches civics also.
Commercial law teaches students the every-
day problems that they will face in later
life, whether or not they go to college.
This helpful course is taught by Mr. Moody.
Journalism students, under the supervision
of Mrs. Schnerr, learn the technique of
newspaper writing and how to make lay-
outs. The main iob of this class is editing
and printing the school paper.
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The course in Vocational Agriculture is de-
signed to give boys Training in technical
agriculture. This course is taught by Mr.
Study hall is the favorite period of every
SFA student. This is where he can get the
homework that he didn't get the night
Industrial Arts classes offer a pleasant change
from the usual routine of academic classes.
Students gain experiences in the use of common
tools, machines and materials and develop an
understanding of the problems involved in the
construction and repair of our industrial products.
larity since it was first offered several years
ago. Students interested in selling as a
career attend school a half day and work
at assigned training stations during the
afternoon. Mrs. Roger Bond serves as the
Distributive Education Coordinator.
Distributive Education has grown in popu-
Sammy Enloe, Glenn Gregg, Judy McPherson
LIBRARY COMMITTEE Knot picturedl
Phyllis Grizzaffi, Jean Robert
JUNIOR ROTARIAN COMMITTEE
Micky Ross, Patsy Hopkins
CAFETERIA COMMITTEE Cl
Lois Meirs, Manha Barren Brazos Varisco
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MR. W. K. SUMMERS
RELIGIOUS COMMITTEE COURTESY
Roy Carpenter, Ronnie Marshall, Carolyn Norman Dale Porter,
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'VIMITTEE BULLETIN BOARD
bb, Marcia Ransom Ellen Howell, Janis Boher
Billy Carr Parrish
Gordon Gregg, Flo Haupt
VlMlTTEE CHARTER COMMITTEE FIRE DRILL COMMITTEE
ene Kubin Jackie Connor, Gale Jones R. H. Schlicker, Bobby Hughes
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Kay Webb, president, Norma Dansby, first vice president, Jane Richmond, second vice
president, Kathleen Seale, third vice president, Martha Fletcher, fourth vice president,
Barbara Zweifel, secretary-treasurer, Martha Jane Hanus, reader, Carol Jane Seiders,
publicity chairman, and Mrs. Nanette Burleson, sponsor.
The Girls' Forum is an organization in which all girls of Stephen
F. Austin hold membership. Its purpose is to provide an opportunity
to consider and discuss mutual interests and problems peculiar to
girls. "What hast thou that thou didst not receive?" from l Corinthians
4:7 was chosen as the theme for the year. The forum had various
school and civic service proiects.
girls' forum -
Sammy Dwyer, president, Malcolm Brewer, vice president, Johnny Niederauer, secretary,
Dicky Hickerson, treasurer, Gary Woodard, reporter, Mr. R. L. Nolan, sponsor.
The primary function of the Boys' Forum is to give the young
men of our school interesting and educational programs throughout
the school year. The Forum meets monthly cluring the activity period.
Another function of the Boys' Forum is to co-sponsor the annual
Career Week. This important week takes months of careful planning
to be carried out smoothly and efficiently.
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On March 29, twenty-eight Broncos
received the highest honor in S.F.A.-
membership in the National Honor Society.
These Broncos were chosen by the faculty
bn the basis of these four qualities: schol-
arship, leadership, service, and character.
The officers are: president, Jane Richmond,
vice president, Clarke Cook, secretary, Mar-
tha Hanus, sponsor, Miss Carter.
First row: Janice Beale, Peggy Young, Gail Schlessel-
man, Helen Odstrcil, Billie Jean Blazek, Janette Tkac,
Myrna McQuire, Kay McDonald. Second row: Marcia
Williamson, Dale Porter, Barbara Zweifel, Martha
Fletcher, Norma Udashen, Wilma Simmons, Jean Robert,
Florence Haupt, Connie Cole, Patsy Eldred, Joyce Horn,
Gale Jones. Third row: Billy Carr Parrish, Bill Vance,
Joe Brooks Thompson, Bill Carmicheal, Sam Fort, Ray-
mond Leighman, Jack Stockton, Robert Carleton.
national honor society
First row: Martha Hanus, Bobbie Jean Jones, Kay Webb,
Norma Dansby, Jane Richmond. Second row: Carl
Moelhman, Roy Carpenter, Edward Adams, Gordon
Gregg, Clarke Cook.
Billie Carr Parrish, Puddin Seale, Lee Falco, Ann Adams, Jackie
Mooney, Jane Richmond, Vito Cangelosi. Sponsor: Miss Goodletf.
First row: Barbara Holleman, Linda Brady,
Beatrice Marin, Lynda Lynch, Nancy Cordell,
Beatrice Moncivais. Second row: Charles
Davidoff, Dicky Hickerson, Richard Moore,
Charles Cole, Richard Reiser, Jack Burns,
Barney Blackburn, Clarke Cook, Charles
The Debate Society, under the direction of Mrs. Varnell, began
this year with a committee for a constitution and by-laws.
During the year the Debate Society held several planned debates.
Also, there have been impromptu debates from the members.
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Richard Moore, Ann Page, Jackie Lane, Judy
McPherson, David Lynch, Linda Rogers, Sandra
Clarke, Judy Oliver, Billy Carr Parrish.
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WALTER DAHLBERG OFFICERS
Janice Beal, Vice President, JoAnna White,
porter, Kakey Griffin, Secretary-Treasurer.
Front row: Janice Beal, Betty Bolton, Ann Porter, Elaine Nedbalek, Billie Jean Blazek.
Second row: Kakey Griffin, Lorita Donaho, Jackie Lane, JoAnna White. Third row: Raymond
Leighman, Frank Benavidez, Charles Burley, Sammy Pate, Walter Dahlberg.
J. Adams, M. Allred, M. Amis, J. Avila, L. Ball, J. Beal, B. Blackburn, B. Blazek, B. Bolton
P. Bolton, J. Botter, B. Brown, E. Cargil, R. Carlton, L. Cobb, C. Cole, G. Collier, B. Cook
L. Cothran, M. Creed, D. Crim, J. Delaplane, L. Donaho, B. Duron, P. Duron, C. Dyer, P
Eldred, B. Ellison, S. Fleckenstein, M. Fletcher, G. Fort, D. Garcia, D. Garza, N. Godwin
G. Gregg, S. Gregg, D. Griesser, K. Griffin, L. Grimaldo, K. Hart, F. Haupt, A. Hernandez
L. Hernandez, A. Herrera, J. Horn, E. Howell, A. Hugghins, J. Hurley, E. llschner, J. Jones
J. Jones, M. Kerley, J. Kurbin, R. Leighman, E. Lewis, J. Lindley, J. Lopez, L. Lynch, M
Mallard, J. Martin, B. Mathis, J. Mathis, D. Medina, R. Miller, C. Moehlman, C. Moehlman
D. Morgan, M. Moncivais, C. McDonald, M. McGuire, C. Munoz, E. Nedbalek, B. Nevill, C
Norman, H. Odstricil, W. Poehl, D. Porter, R. Reiser, N. Rezoffi, J. Roberts, G. Rocha, P
Russell, G. Schlesselman, W. Simmons, B. Smith, J. Smith, J. Stephenson, S. Swafford, W
Tate, B. Taylor, M. Thames, D. Treio, E. Trinkman, N. Udashen, J. Williams, M. Williamson
D. Winningham, J. Young, P. Young.
President ........ ........................
Vice President ..... ...... C ARL MOEHLMAN
Sponsor . .. . ...... MRS. MARY ELLEN VINCENT
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The annual pan Amercian Chrmmas Banque, Entertainment was provided by dancers from Austin.
Martha and Ellen won third
place at the Pam Am Conven-
Pinatas were taken to the Latin American schools.
The Pan American Convention in Austin.
Leo, Charlie, and Eugene played for the Latin
Breaking ofthe Pinata!
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A. Adams, L. Anderson, J. Ashcraft, J. Beal, M. Boxley, B. Blackburn, B. Blazek, L. Brady,
P. Brewster, J. Botter, V. Cangelosi, L. Carroll, L. Cobb, C. Cole, C. Cole, D. Cole, C. Cook,
M. Creed, D. Crimm, N. Dansby, S. Dillingham, P. Duree, B. Byer, M. Edge, P. Eldred, A.
Elliot, S. Enloe, L. Falco, L. Fouraker, C. Graham, K. Griffin, D. Greisser, K. Hart, F. Haupt,
J. Herley, D. Hickerson, B. Holleman, E. Howell, A. Huggins, R. Jackson, S. Jackson, B. Jones,
J. Jones, M. Krolczyk, J. Kubin, J. Lane, L. Lynch, B. Marine, J. Massey, C. Mauldin, C.
McAlily, C. McDonald, T. McDonald, M. McGuire, J. McPherson, R. Miller, J. Mitchell, J.
Mooney, P. Montalbano, M. Muzney, M. Muze, M. Norcross, H. Odstrcil, J. Oliver, B. Orr, J.
Pack, A. Page, S. Pate, B. Parrish, J. Peques, P. Plagens, D. Porter, E. Price, M. Ransom, N.
Rezzoffi, R. Reizer, N. Robinson, L. Rodgers, E. Rosor, C. Rumfield, C. Ryan, P. Seale, A.
Schiller, G. Schlesselman, J. Sledge, J. Small, P. Smith, P. Spell, G. Thomas, P. Vance, K.
Webb, B. Wilcox, B. Yeager.
The goal ot the Footlights Club is to interest more students in
dramatics-acting, as well as direction and stage management. Many
plays, ranging from very humorous to serious melodramas, were
presented during the year, much to the delight of the club members.
Membership in this club enables those who'are interested in becoming
THESPIANS to get the needed experience.
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Present Day Thanksgiving
Roll Band Go 10 if, boys!
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plays and assemblies
MY, MY, aren'f they Cute!!
Behind the scenes
Amateur Hour Confesfant
Students find working on the school newspaper, the CORRAL, exact-
ing and exciting. This training is quite valuable for those iournalistically
inclined students who would like to make newspaper work their career.
At the beginning of the year Mrs. Millicent Miller and Bobbie Jean
Jones, sponsor and editor, respectively, were responsible for the bi-
monthly publication, which was printed by the off-set process. Upon
the resignation of Mrs. Miller and the graduation of Bobbie Jean,
the second semester found a new sponsor, Mrs. Bernice Schnerr, and
a new editor, Roy Carpenter, and a reorganized staff.
EDITOR ,,-,,,,,,cc,.,.,,,,,. .... R oy Carpenter
ASSISTANT EDITOR .....,...... .......... G ale Jones
CIRCULATION MANAGER ..,,. ,.,.... D onald Francis
HEADLINE WRITER .,........ .,.... B Uddy Luther
ART EDITOR ...,,,,.,. .,.,......,.....,..,......,..,.,....... C harlie Mauldin
REPORTERS ..... ........... M argaret Carpenter, Robert Carleton
Pat Foster, Pat Luza, Mary Louise Zatopek
Jim CoVan, Jackie Mooney, Sylvia Velasco
The entire BRONCO staff breathes a sigh of relief when the final
deadline has been met and the annual is in the hands of the printer.
Producing a yearbook is a difficult and demanding iob, the planning
and organizing cannot be the work of one person. The cooperation
of the entire staff is essential, and the 1957 staff has worked untiringly
on a publication which we hope you will like.
All of us realize that working on the staff has been rewarding in
many ways, such as the feeling of pride as we look through the pages
of the finished product and the feeling of ioy as we realize that we
have met many wonderful people in the contacts made with each
other, with students and teachers, and with businessmen of Bryan.
We, the staff, hope that you like your T957 BRONCO!
EDITOR ,,,,,-,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ..,,,.,,.,...,........,,,ss,..,..s,..,.. J anis Botter
ASSISTANT EDITOR ,,,czz,,zzz. W..,........,,..c,.....,....,.............. D ale Porter
BUSINESS MANAGERS ,..,.. ,,.zzzz B ennie Anne Dansby, Clarke Cook
ORGANIZATIONS ,,,.... ., ,,.,s..,.. Jeanett Martin, Janette Tkac
Patsy Smith, Mary Edge
ART ,.,z, ,s,..,,.,,.,,, ..a,,,,, J a mes Amis, Charlie Mauldin
SPORTS , ,,,,, , z,,,z.,.....,,..,..,a,, Rodney Jackson, Jackie Mooney
FEATURES ,,.,,,zz.,,,c,,,..,,..,,. ..,,,,,,,,,,,,..., P hyllis Grazzaffi, Janie Patranella
SNAPSHOTS .,.,,,,,,,cz.,,,.,,.Y ,. .,,,,,,,,u,,,,,,,,,,,,.,.,.... ,s,....,,a,..,...,, K athleen Seal
PHOTOGRAPHERS ,ccz,cz,c,z. Jackie Mooney, Rodney Jackson, Charles Cole
Other staff members: Lorita Donaho, Pat Plagens, Marilyn Mallard, Lynda
Lynch, Bonnie Nevill, Kaky Griffin, Kay McDonald, Charlene Nixon, Linda
SPONSORS ,,f77,,Y. A.,,,,,,,,. .,,zz,,,, M r . H. T. Moody, Mrs. C. B. McGown
M. Amis, B. Angus, J. Botter, B. Burleson, L. Carroll, L. Cothran, M. Dehlinger, P. Durre,
M. Fletcher, K. Gritten, K. Hart, F. Haupt, P. Hopkins, E. Howell, C. Lee, L. Lynch, J.
McCulley, C, McDonald, J. McPherson, M. Muzney, P. Nash, C. Nixon, B. Pack, A. Page,
A. Porter, E. Price, M. Ransom, J. Richmond, J. Robert, P. Seale, C. Seiders, B. Smith,
V. Smith, P. Spell, B. Taylor, M. Thompson, K. Webb, M. Williamson, J. Young.
The Tri-Hi-Y, sponsored by the Y.M.C.A., sent delegates to the Pre-
legislative Conference in San Antonio, and also to the annual Youth
and Government Convention in Austin. At Christmas a complete
Christmas dinner was given to a needy family. Among the outstanding
programs of the year were a talk on "Aims and Ideals of the American
Girl" by Mrs. Travis Bryan, a program in which Mrs. Lowell Parrish
read a selection of poems by Robert Frost, a traditional Christmas
program, and an interesting talk on Texas folklore by Dr. Ralph Steen.
T. Nevill, J. Lester, C. Cole, W. Dahlberg, J. Niederaur, W. Tate, R. Jackson, C. Cook, J.
Amis, L. Falco, B. Cartwright, J. Roberts, R. Miller, B. Parrish, G. Whitely, B. Vance, S. Fort,
D. Wheelan, S. Helvey, S. Enloe, B. Carmichael, C. Hertel, L. Carter, M. Ross, C. Burley,
J. Hudson, T. McDonald, G. Woodward, S. Dwyer, J. Mooney, N. Pritchard, J. Burns, J.
Willman, B. Doss.
The Hi-Y Club, one of the outstanding organizations in school, is
made up of boys interested in serving God and their country. It is
closely connected with the YMCA and is a national organization.
This club takes part in the annual Hi-Y Model Legislature in Austin
during the month of December each year. It also sends delegates
to the other conferences in the state.
WILLIE MAC TATE
M. Bain, M. Bonio, V. Bosquez, M. Creed, M. Evans, W. Guyton, J. Hamburg, M. Hamilton
J. Henry, P. Hollinger, M. Hughes, R. Lopez, L. Pena, D. Penicka, W. Poehl, D. Nichols
Included in The numerous acTiviTies of The Library Club this year
were Trips To The Carnegie and A8.M libraries, many fund-raising
projects, and The scrapbook. Sponsor of The club is The school librarian,
Mrs. Marie Pearson.
President, Margo Hamilton, Vice President, Joyce Hamburg, Secretary, Phyllis Hollinger,
Treasurer, Mary Francis Evans, Reporter, Lupe Pena.
J. Arnold, R. Box, M, Byer, C. Cahill, N. Clary, C. Davis, J. Dowling, M. Emshoft, D. Fazzino,
L. Free, L. George, B. Harbata, H. Harris, M. Harrison, T. Kennedy, J. Marriott, R. Mathis,
L. Meier, C. Moore, G. Officer, P. Romirez, E. Raupe, K. Sinclair, R. Stewart, V. Thiltgen,
J. Walker, J. Wheat, O. Williams, J. Wilson, U. Zemanek.
NINA RUTH CLARY
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The numerous activities of the Distributive Edu-
cation Club, with Mr. Bond as sponsor, included
planning tor the oncoming year, and the Christmas
Card Contest. The winning salesman of the contest
attended the San Antonio convention. ln April,
the Employer-Employee Banquet was held, and
the Outstanding D.E. Student Award was given.
Concluding the year's activities the club sponsored
its spring picnic.
. MATTIE HARRISON
.. CHARLOTTE DUCKETT
. . .. ...... JERRY WALKER
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J. Beal, B. Blazek, J. Botter, B. Burleson, J. Cannon, C. Cole, L. Cothran, D. Crim, M. Edge,
K. Griffen, E. Howell, J. Kubin, L. Lynch, C. McDonald, M. Mallard, J. Martin, J. Massey,
E. Nedbalek, C. Norman, H. Odstrcil, D. Porter, K. Seale, J. Sledge, A. Stratta, S. Swafford,
N. Udashen, K. Hart, S. Jackson, L. Cobb, L. Donaho, M. Muzny, A. Lazarone, L. Carrell,
M. Carpenter, J. McClellan.
The Wesa Weddington Future Teachers Association, organized in
i954 by Superintendent W. R. Carmichael and
Henry, encourages students to enter the teaching
It operates as a service club tor local teachers
teachers' organizations, which sponsor the club
BILLIE JEAN BLAZEK
Miss Mattye Pearl
and for three local
as a part of their
M. Bernal, P. Bolton, M. Boxley, M. Dehlinger, J. Delaplane, A. Elliott, S. Jackson, R. Lopez,
B. Marin, G. Mayhugh, B. Moncivais, M. Moncivais, C. Rumfield, B. Taylor, J. White.
The FuTure Nurses Club, one of the newesf organizafions at SFA,
provides a setting in which girls inTeres1'ed in nursing as a career
can meei TogeTher To share Thai inierest. A constifuiion, defining The
purpose of The club and describing iTs membership, has been written
and adopTed. The club meeis semi-monThly To hear speakers and To
Take field Trips.
MRS. COVAN, MRS. HUFF
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A. Adams, J. Adams, M. Batten, M. Bingham, J. Birdwell, P. Bolton, J. Bonifozi, D. Boriskie,
J. Bradford, B. Brown, J. Bruns, E. Burt, E. Cargill, M. Carpenter, B. Dehart, B. Elliott, F.
Fosthoff, J. Faubian, D, Francis, M. Hanus, R. George, N. Gerke, B. Jones, N. Kindt, P.
Kirby, D. Kopetsky, A. Lazarone, A. McLewis, E. Mosley, B. Murry, C. Nichols, J. Novasad,
B. Pike, J. Potts, J. Potts, O. Ray, R. Wallace, G. Russell, M. Skains, J. Saculla, C. Salvaggio,
R. Salvaggio, A. Sodalak, A. Stratta, J. Urso, B. Varisco, J. Wilder, G. Winn, M. White,
E. Yeager, B. Yeager, B. Zwiefel.
The 4-H Club is a youth organization sponsored by land-grant
colleges. Its goal is to teach rural and urban youth to become better
citizens through methods and result demonstrations in agriculture and
The members of the S.F.A. 4-H Club work on proiects varying from
giving demonstrations to iudging cattle and clothing.
JOEL POTTS, MARGARET CARPENTER
CHARLES NICHOLS, BARBARA ZWIEFEL
DONALD FRANCIS, ANN ADAMS
JIMMY POTTS, MARLENE WHITE
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B. Cartwright, H. Batten, R. Miller, J. Amis, M. Chapman, W. Tate, S. Fort, B. Nash, D
Holleman, D. Winningham, J. Youngblood, V. Cangelosi, M. Pustak, J. Burt, J. Winn, D
Hickerson, C. Cook, B. Carmichael, R. Carlton, D. Hollinger, R. Reiser, A. Hernandez, J
McClellan, A. Herrerra, J. Small, R. Jackson, J. Williams, J. Carrier, J. Niederaurer, S. Helvey
S. Nemec, B. Doss, B. Vance, S. Dwyer, H. Odom, J. Kidd, J. Allan.
barber shop quartet
The Barbershop Quartet Society is open to boys interested in music
and singing. The purpose of the society is to give boys an opportunity
to sing for their own enioyment and to sing in a limited number of
performances. The group meets every Monday during activity period.
Mr. Best is the director.
First Vice President
Second Vice President
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L. Anderson, M. Autrey, M. Batten, B. Bolton, P. Bolton, A. Bomanski, M. Banio, D. Boriskie
B. Burleson, M. Boxley, S. Burlin, E. Burt, L. Carroll, L. Catalina, N. Cordell, M. Culler, B
Dansby, N. Dansby, B. Dyer, E. Eason, G. Ellis, B. Elliot, W. Elliott, L. Fazzino, B. Finke, M
Fletcher, H. Foster, P. Foster, P. Fredel, N. Gerke, S. Grady, C. Graham, P. Grizzaffi, W
Guyton, J. Hamburg, M. Hamilton, J. Havel, J. Henry, W. Holliman, P. Hopkins, J. Horn
M. Hughes, A. Ilschner, L. Wilson, M. Jandt, N. Kindt, B. Lero, K. Lero, M. Lopez, J. Martin
K. Martindale, J. Massie, J. Mayfield, C. McAliey, S. McElfish, A. McLewis, C. McDonald
J. McPherson, B. Mehn, B. Metzer, B. Moncivais, J. Morris, M. Muzey, D. Nichols, E
Norcross, M. Novac, R. Olexey, J. Pack, R. Pack, A. Page, J. Patranella, D. Penicka, D
Philps, P. Plagens, A. Price, M. Ransom, L. Restivo, E. Rosier, P. Rye, B. Scanlin, P. Seale
P. Siegert, M. Sikorski, S. Shultz, M. Skains, B. Smith, P. Smith, A. Sodalak, P. Spell, J. Tally
A. Taylor, J. Tkac, V. Thiltgen, E. Tratmont, K. Webb, M. White, J. Willard.
JO ANN HAVEL
. Florence Haupt, Dianne Griesser, Judy Cannon, Rebecca Pack, Camelia
OfflCe Lee, Sharlene Nixon, Joyce Horn, Patsy Eldred, Marcia Williamson,
Mariorie Bain, Gladys Boyett, Judy McPherson, Norma Kindt, Linda
helpers Carrell, Jenny Mayfield, Patricia Luza.
Janice Schultz, Margo Hamilton, Lou Cothran, Dorothy Penicka, Connie
Nash, Mariorie Bain, Joyce Hamburg, Annie Laura McLewis, Mary Locke, .
Carolyn Merka, James Moon, Dixie Nichols, Martha Muzny, Mildred Bonio,
Ester Norcross, Debrah Boriskie, Mary Ann Stratta, Mary Krolczyk.
G. Baker, J. Beene, R. A. Bell, J. Bomnskie, M. Brewer, G. Cheatham, B. Crockett, R
Fergusion, J. Gray, J. Hartsfield, B. Jones, D. Kindt, J. Kindt, G. Kopestsky, P. Lero, L.
Locke, D. Lopez, L. Maxwell, P. Montalbano, E. Norcross, E. Northcut, A. Novosad, H. K
Odom, J. Opersteny, T. Riley, R. Rosprim, G. Sherrill, H, Weedon, E. White, G. White.
EARL WHITE MALCOLM BREWER
Vice President Reporter
GENE CHEATHAM GARY SHERRILL
ALVIN NOVOSAD H. K. ODOM
Second Vice President
Third Vice President
MR. J. C. DOOLEY
Outstanding Future Farmer
NORMA DANSBY, F.F.A. Sweetheart
GARY SHERRII.. EARL WHITE HARDY WEEDON
Poultry Award Dairy Award First Sfafe Bank Award
R. Falco, J. Neideraur, S. Dwyer, G. Gregg, T. Nevill, B. Garrison, J. Carrier, J. Stockton, J.
Whilman, S. Helvy, B. Cartwright, J. Burt, B. Batten, G. Whitly, C. Davidoff, H. Seale, J.
Coe, B. Sheffield, E. Mize, W. Rawls, A. Lara, W. Tate, R. Miller, D. Johnson, J. Krolcyk,
D. Hickerson, J. Thompson, J. Akin, C. Hertel, S. Nemec, J. Potts, B. Griffen, M. Brewer,
J. Zimmerman. COACHES: James Griffen, John Linney, "Peck" Vass.
The "B" Association consists of all athletes who have earned letters
at Stephen F. Austin in any of the sports offered. Membership is for
life, and the supporters of the organization are the lettermen who
are graduates of SFA.
E. Byars, M. DeWay, B. Hughes, T. Jones, J, Moon, S. Morella, J. Mosley, B. Putz, R. Rahnert,
R. Rosprim, R. Salvaggio, G. Schlicher, R. Schlicker, D. Schoppe, D. Stallings, E. Thielman,
J. Thompson, M. Tuck, Sponsor, Mr. Nolen.
The main purpose of the radio club is to give the boys who are
interested in radio and related fields an opportunity to meet and
exchange ideas and further their knowledge and interests.
President , ,..,... 7,,,, G EORGE HAMILTON
Vice President W ,,.,A . .......,.... GALE BURGE
Secretary-Treasurer ..... ., ,,,, THOMAS JONES
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Boys Poetry Reading
Third in District
Girls Poetry Reading
Third in District
First in District
Second in Regional
Ready Writers Vocal
Third in District First in Regional
CHARLES HERTEL BENNIE ANN DANSBY
First in District
BILLY CARR PARRISH
Girls Declamation Senior
First in District
WILLIE MACK TATE
First in District
Boys Declamation Senior Girls Declamation Junior
Second in District Third in District
RODNEY JACKSON JUDY OLIVER
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The Bronco Band began tuning up weeks before
school started. At the end of this practice period
we left for Fort Parker-for swimming, boating,
and enioying the sunshine. j5lbLIE:5E!AN BLAZEKA J d,U,,, mio,
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Then school started, and we really got to work. JANis Botrsn aaaaa as as as sgcigfapy
Drilling two or three nights a week, we learned WALTER DAHLBERG A mwiclibfaffafv
. PATSY ELDRED oaaaaaca raaa g p,eS,de,,,
the half-time shows for the football games. We RAY STANFORD Uniformrechnician
played and marched for all the home games and JACK'E SUE STEPHENSON.. e e reporter
most of the out-of-town ones, including the im- ERQQREECRPEMS' s 5'Udef"IFg'eC'0'
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portant games at Waco and Nederland. We also SAMMY ENLOE sss.s insrrumem technlfclgrrf
played and yelled for the many yell-practices.
October found us at the Dallas Fair, where we gave a concert and enioyed ourselves.
After football season, our twirlers staged twirling acts between the halves of the home
basketball games.- The rest of us, however, secluded ourselves with concert music.
ln December we again donned our uniforms and marched in the annual Christmas parade.
Also in December the Chamber of Commerce held the annual Bronco Band Banquet. At this
banquet Patsy Eldred was awarded the Outstanding Band Member Award, presented by
Casey Jones for KORA. .
In January some of the band members went to district band tryouts, and then on to region
at Alvin. During March the band played for the Green-and-White game. ln April we gave
several concerts at the Junior High Schools and Consolidated. Also in April we held our band
May 3, we presented our Spring Concert, followed by a dance and reception in the school
cafeteria. At this concert it was announced that Edward Adams had won the John Philip Sousa
Award for musicianship. This was later presented to him by C. E. Gray, of Gray Music Store.
May ll, we held our contest for solos and ensembles. May i8, we marched in the Armed
Forces Day Parade. And May 27, an ensemble from the Bronco Band played for the Senior
Commencement Ceremonies. This ended the activities of our band for this school year.
C. B. MCGOWN, JR.
Eugene Cordero, Kay McDonald, Nelda Jopp, Janis Botter, Jim CoVan, Marilyn Mallard,
Gayle Mayhugh, Patsy Nevill, Ann Elliott, Florence Haupt, Naomi Montoya, Edgar Thiele-
mann, Barbara Hohensee, Mary Todd, Judy Oliver, Beatrice Marin, Norma Kindt, Brenda
Brown, Margaret Dehlinger, Earl Holloman, Lanny Burkhalter, Bradford Cook, Alvin Schiller,
Jessica Sledge, Bonnie Nevill, Jeanette Martin.
Mary Ann Thames, Kay Webb, Margaret Boxley, Patsy Eldred, Billie Jean Blazek, Sara
Dillingham, Judy McPherson, Jack Connor, Gail Schlesselman, Billy Carr Parrish, Lupe
Hernandez, Linda Restivo, Eddie Daniel, Vito Cangelosi, Jimmy Bruns, Charles Ribardo,
Leslie Morello, Charlie Munoz, Chester Bynum, Leo Grimaldo.
Tommy Daniel, Sammy Enloe, David McCormick, Robert Shearer, Johnny Garner, Richard
Moore, Jimmy Potts, Jackie Stephenson, Frank Bravenec, Dick Scott, Ronnie Allen, Joe
Steve Lowry, Walter Dahlberg, Roger Ayers, Ray Stanford, Edward Adams, Robert Moore,
Bill Putz, Anthony Boatcallie, Leon Krolczyk, Stephanie Elliott, Doug Stallings, Charles Dyer,
Jack Morris, Paula Kirby, Lunette Fazzino, John Allphin, Sammy Pate.
Buddy Luther, Bill Wallace, H. A. Taylor, Betty Dehart, Mary Creed, Tommie Wedel, Ruth
Escobedo, David Lynch, Cecilia Salinas.
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A CAPPEL-LA CHOIR
The 1956-57 A Cappella Choir performed the
following concerts: Recognition Night for Teachers,
Dedication Brazos County Court House, Kiwanis
Luncheon, College Lion's Luncheon, Bryan Lion's
Luncheon, The Bryan Woman's Club, and The Bryan
Rotary Luncheon. At Christmas the choir performed
sections of Handel's Messiah and at Easter presented
two performances of The Song of Easter by Roy
Ringwald and Lara Hoggard. The Kiwanis Club
banquet for the choir was held on May 13, and
the Spring concert was presented May 10. The
concluding activity was the presentation of three
anthems at the Baccalaureate Service on May 26.
On the spring tour, the choir performed at Gonzales
Warm Springs Hospital, in Austin, San Antonio,
and Giddings. The choir also received a first division
rating in'sight singing and concert in the U.l.L.
contest at Huntsville.
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Donaho, iunior representativeg Gale Jones, corresponding secrefaryp Carl Moehlman, presidenig
Elaine Price and Hugh Seale, librarians: and Barney Blackburn, iunior representa1ive. Noi
shown: Alta Faye Raack, hisrorian.
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The Bryan Broncos placed six on the Houston Chronicle's TO-AAA
All-District team, selected by the tive head coaches. Stuart Helvey,
guard, was the only unanimous choice. Travis Nevill end, missed by
one vote of being selected unanimously.
TRAVIS NEVILL End Senior
LLOYD SHEFFIELD End Junior
CHARLES DAVIDOFF Tackle Senior
STUART HELVEY Guard Senior
SAMMY DWYER Back Senior
ROSS FALCO Back Senior
WILLIE MAC TATE Tackle Senior
GORDON GREGG Center Senior
JOHN NIEDERAUER Back Senior
JAMES COE Guard Senior
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Head Coach Backfield Coach
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Broncos open district play with a 33-13
victory over Brenham
Bryan beats Smiley 28-O
Broncos take Aldine 34-12
Bryan wallops Conroe 39-O
Broncos crush Huntsville Hornets for
District 1OAAA title 41-O
Broncos march past University High of
Waco 12-0 in bi-district play-oft
Nederland Bulldogs batter the Bryan Broncos
35-13 in the Class AAA quarter finals
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Zimmerman, H. Weedon. Middle row: D. Johnson, B. Carmaichel, G. Walker, S. Dwyer,
J. Coe, H. Seigert, S. Helvey, W. Rawls, H. Seal, A. Herrera, J. Stockton. Top row: J.
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Davidoff, W. Tate, G. Hamilton, C. Hayes, S. Nemec, T. Nevill, Head Coach, J. Griffin. HU HC
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E. Gomez, N. Burkhalter, L. Griffen. Bottom row: H. Cortez, R. Schlicker, A. Cassans, J. Wilder, B. Phipps,
S. Piccalo, J. Syptak, B. Eddington, D. Shultz, R. Marshall.
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Don Kopetsky, Travis Nevill. Bottom row: Jack Stockton, Sammy Dwyer, Johnny Niederauer, Ross
Falco, Bill Cartwright, Curtis Hayes.
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Standing: COACH, Mr. Johnson, Robert Van Winkle, Walter Dahlberg, Louis Griffin, Ray Siandford,
Ronnie Marshall, Alwilliam Ginzel, Leburn Herrman, Manager, Jimmy Head. Kneeling: John Mathis, Jackie
Connor, Kenneth Patranella, Glenn Dowling, Brazos Varisco, Hugh Seale,
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CoVan, Douglas Holloman, Valgene McLean, Wallace Richards.
Coach-ART ADAMSON Sponsor-MRS. SCHLESSELMAN
Placed Sixth in Stare Meet
The Bryan Baseball Team, under The super-
vision of Mr. Vass and Mr. Linney, did very
well This year by winning Three championships.
They won DisTricT, Bi-DisTricT, and Regional.
The Team will play during The summer Tor The
Winning The Regional championship from
Bay CiTy qualified The Broncos Tor The sTaTe
Top row: COACH, John Linney, Roy Carpenter, Richard Miller, Joe Brooks Thompson, Dick Hickerson,
Anastacio Herrera, Butch Scheffield, Johnny Niederauer, R. H. Schlieker, COACH, Peck Vass. Bottom row:
Jack Stockton, Hugh Seale, Mickey Ross, James Amis, Bill Cartwright, Henry Batten, Joe Burt, Johnny
Hudson, Larry Huffman, Johnny Rocha, and manager Ken Halaran.
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Johnny Rocha, third baseman, is put out on first base
in ihe Bryan-Brenham game.
BRYAN vs. LA VEGA
Dickie Hickerson, all-district first baseman, puts LaVega
player ou! to end the bi-district play-off game 7-2 to
win the bi-disirict championship for Bryan.
BRYAN vs. BAY CITY
Henry "BuIIy" Batien drives full speed ahead to score
a run for Bryan in the Regional game with Bay City
which Bryan won 8-O, with Joe Brooks Thompson
pitching a no-hitier.
Joe B. Thompson
Anastacno Herrera catcher scores a run for Bryan in
Kneeling: Kakey Griffin, Billie Jean Blazek, Janice Beal. Standing: Margaret Chapman, Charles Burley,
Elaine Nedbalek, Sammy Pate, Betty Bolton, Raymond Leighman, Ann Porter, Margaret Carpenter, Walter
Dahlberg, JoAnna White. Not pictured: Sandra Fleckinstein. Coach: MISS KIDD.
A A E. NEDBALEK
Jr. District Champs
Kneeling: E. Nedbalek, M. Carpenter, Junior Girls' Doubles. Middle row:
K. Griffin, Senior Girls' Singles: B. J. Blazek, J. Beal, Senior Girls' Doubles.
Top row: R. Leighman, S. Pate, Senior Boys' Doubles: W. Dahlberg, Senior
Boys' Singles. Not pictured: S. Fleckinstein, Junior Girls' Singles.
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Sr. Doubles District Champs
Coach: WAYNE RIDEOUT
fifth straight year
for district title
Dennis Johnson, Sammy Dywer, Ross Falco, Charles Davidoff, Ronnie Marshall, Joe
Bill Krolczyk, Travis Nevill, Tommy McDonald, Jackie Connor, Kenneth Patranella,
John Mathis, Jimmy Youngblood, Jerry Zimmerman.
JOE BILL KROLCZYK TRAVIS NEVILL
discus and shot put high 8- low hurdles, 440
JACKIE CONNOR SAMMY DYWER
broad iump broad iump
low hurdles 220 dash
ROSS FALCO CHARLES DAVIDOFF
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JOE BILL KROLCZYK JERRY ZIMMERMAN
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Homecoming Queen tor 1956,
Phyllis Grizzafti, and her court,
Duchesses Norma Dansby and Kay
Webb, Princesses Puddin Seale,
Carolyn Graham, and Carol Jane
Seiders, were presented before the
Bryan-Aldine game on November 2.
The Queen was crowned by
Captain Malcolm Brewer and re-
ceived a bouquet of white mums
and a gold miniature football in-
scribed, "Homecoming Q u e e n
Rusty Linney served as the Crown
Carol Jane Selders
Malcolm Brewer, captain, presenting "Home-
coming Queen" with the miniature football
and white mums.
Duchesses, Kay Webb and Norma Dansby
with escorts James Coe and Stuart Helvey,
stand in background.
Crown bearer, Rusty Linney, hands the
crown to Malcolm.
Chosen by the student body ot Stephen F. Austin High School,
"steadies" Patsy Hopkins and Jimmy Akin, reigned as the T957 King
and Queen ot Hearts. Princes Bill Doss and Sammy Dwyer and Princesses
Norma Dansby and Phyllis Grizzati represented the senior class. Dukes
and Duchesses from the iunior and sophomore classes were Billy Ray
Garrison and Marcia Williamson, Butch Sheffield and Billie Jean Blazek,
Hugh Seal and Martha Amis, and Louis Griffen and Linda Cobb.
Crown bearers were Carl Bounds and Richard Pearce.
The King and Queen, along with the royal court, were entertained
by S.F.A. talent and two ballerinas from Iravis Elementary School.
King Jimmy Akin crowns
Q u e e n Patsy Hopkins
Queen of Hearts.
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their grand entry through
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Band Assistant Director Bronco Editor-in-Chief Bronco Business Manager
These students were nominated by
the student council and elected by ,
the faculty on the basis ot their out- S who
standing characteristics. They are truly
ROY CARPENTER KAY WEBB BILL Doss
Corral Editor-in-Chief Girls' Forum President Student Body President
BILL VANCE JEAN ROBERT PATSY HOPKINS
Student Body Vice President Sfudenr Body Secretary Senior C1555 President
Girls' Forum Vice President
JANE RICHMOND L
BILLY CARR PARRISH DALE PORTER BENNIE GRIFFIN
Friday Assembly Chairman Bronco Assistant Editor junio, C1555 pfesidenr
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BEST BACK AWARD-Sammy Dwyer MOST VALUABLE PLAYER-Johnny Niederauer
HARRY CHAMBERS AWARD-R, H. Schlicker
POULTRY AWARD-Gary Sherril DAIRY AWARD-Earl White
FUTURE FARMERS AWARDS
OUTSTANDING FUTURE FARMER-Alvin Novasad
FIRST STATE BANK-Hardy Weedon
Joe Brooks Thompson
OUTSTANDING BASKETBALL PLAYER
DAN FORTH AWARD
This award was presented at the
commencement exercises to Lee Falco
and Carol Jane Seiders. They were
chosen by the faculty on the basis
of distinct qualities of outstanding
leadership and character. They re-
ceived the book I Dare You.
D. A. R. AWARD
Presented to Bobby Hughes for his
outstanding knowledge in American
R. GOOD CITIZENSHIP
Girls will be girls at slumber parties!
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,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, BILLY VANCE
WILLIE MACK TATE
BILLY CARR PARRISH
, MARTHA FLETCHER
. VITO CANGELOSI
,, RODNEY JACKSON
,, ,..,. , JEAN ROBERT
CAROL JANE SEIDERS
,,,,, ,. JANIS BOTTER
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JACK BURNS, CHARLES COLE, CHARLES DAVIDOFF
,,,..,,,,,, MAE GOODLETT
MRS. MARIE MCDONALD
MRS. M. E, VARNELL
The play was fun, but backstage was the most fun of all.
Living on an island has its dis-
advantages, especially when it
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Danny Churchill , , ,,,Y,,.. RICHARD MOORE
Loui V ,V ,,,Y,,, RICHARD REISER
Cacfug V ,,,,,., GLEN BAKER
Lucky Y,Y,,,, ,, SAM NIGH
Pere ,,,,,.. ERNEST LEWIS
Lank ,,,,, ROBERT CARLTON
Molly Y,,,,,,,,,,,,,.. BETTY ORR
Tess ,,,,,, GENEVA WEHRING
Rose , ,,,,Y,,,,,,, MYRNA MCGUIRE
Berry .,,. NATHLAN REZZOFFII
Janet ,,,,,,,,, HELEN ODSTRICIL
Laura ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, DALE PORTER
Sally ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.. MARY EDGE
Babs , ,, MARCIA WILLIAMSON
Sam Mason ....,.,..,..,,. BENNIE GRIFFIN
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Lieufenanr Caddigan .,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, A LVIN SCHILLER
Directors ,,,, . , ,,....,, ..,,,, ,,,,, M A E GOODLETT
MRS. EDD MCDONALD
The entire Junior Play cast.
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Patsy Hopkins, senior class president, seems to
be looking 'Forward to that nose pushing, lemon
GARY WOODARD ,,,,, ,,,,,,.,,,,, B oys' Forum President
MICKEY ROSS ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,, S tudent Body Vice President
BRAZOS VARISCO ,.,...,,,, Junior Class President
CHARLES BURLEY ,,,,,, .,,,,., S enior Class President
BENNIE GRIFFIN .,,., ,,,,, S tudent Body President
DALE PORTER ,,,,.. ,,.,.. G irls' Forum President
JANICE BEAL ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Y ell Leader
PAT WILLIAMS ,,,,..,...,.. ..... Y ell Leader
MARGARET CARPENTER .......,,,,,,,,,.,..........,,,, Yell Leader
KAY MCDONALD ..,,,,,,,.
BONNIE ANGUS ,..,,,,A,,,,,,,,,,
ELLEN HOWELL ,,,,,.,,,,,
Those Not Pictured:
MARTHA AMIS .,,.....
LORITA DONAHO ,,,...
BRONCO Business Manager
BRONCO Business Manager
Assistant BRONCO Editor
Officers of 1958
Some girls iust can't get enough sun!
Then there are those who can't swim but buy
a new suit every summer, sit on the bank, and
show how handsome they are.
Travis fell in the water. His slacks shrunk, and
his socks stretched!
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a fortune before this senior
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There are a few people who are regular
ducks when it comes to water!
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The Baccalaureate service was held Sunday, May 26, at 8:00 p.m. in the Stephen F.
Austin Auditorium. The invocation was given by Bill Vance, vice president of the student
body. Music was presented by the A Cappella choir which was followed by the introduction
of the speaker, Reverend W. H. Dickinson, Associate Pastor, Highland Park Methodist Church
of Dallas. In his inspiring sermon he emphasized the importance of getting along with
Graduation, an experience never forgotten by the graduates, was held in the auditorium,
Monday, May 27, at 8:00 p.m. The invocation was given by Patsy Hopkins, president of the
senior class, who also presented the school pennant and class gift to Charles Burley and
Bennie Griffin, future senior class president and president of the student body. Music
for the senior processional and recessional was provided by the Bronco Band. The speaker,
Reverend J. W. Lancaster of the First Southern Presbyterian Church, Austin, reminded the
seniors to face realities, to select a worth-while goal in life, and to discipline themselves
and their minds to achieve that goal.
Babe Ruth Good Sportsmanship
Business scholarship award presented
by the Bryan-College Station chapter
of the National Secretaries Association
ROY CARPENTER and EDWARD AD-
AMS shared scholastic honors when
they both tied for the top honor
rating with a 3.98 grade point rating
during their four years in high
school. The perfect score is 4.0.
Babe Ruth Good Sportsmanship Award
Bryan-College Station B8.PW
JO ANN HAVEL
JANE RICHMOND and NORMA UDASHEN
were close behind Roy and Edward in
scholastic standing. Both girls tied with
3.93 grade points.
Sue Haswell Safety Award
President eauecaeu C C PATSY HOPKINS
Vice President .... eee. R ICHARD MILLER
Secretary .ee. .- .- ee., JUDY ADAMS
Treasurer eeee JIMMY AKIN
Reporter ,,eee,eeee.e.ee L ee.e DICKIE HICKERSON
Project Chairman e.aae, L JANE RICHMOND
class of '57
The senior class had a very successful year working hard to earn
money for the trip and the class gifts The class went to New Braunfels
for a day of fun and laughs, coming home with memories never to
be forgotten. At Commencement, Patsy Hopkins presented the gift,
two motion picture screens, to Benny Griffin.
EDWARD ADAMS JUDY ADAMS
Band 55, 56, 57, Choir 55, Student 4-H 55, 56, 575 Tri-Hi-Y 55, 567 Pal
Council 56, National Honor Society Am9l'IC3n 55, 56, 57: 5eCf9flf'
57, Sousa Award 57, Band officer Senior Class 57, Girls' Forum Rep
55, 56: Student director of band 57. 56, Homeroom officer 57.
MARGARET ANN ADAMS
4-H 55, 56, 57, Thespian 55, 56, 57,
Footlights 55, 56, 57, Latin Club
55, 56, 57, A Cappella chair 55,
56, 57, Citizen of the week 57, ADA AKINS
secrefafy 4-H 55, vice President 4-H A Cappella Choir 57-
561 Secretary Latin Club 56, Presi-
dent Thespian 575 Secretary 4-H 56.
ll mfr-1 fa a
in American 55, 56, "B" Associa-
tn 56, 57, Valentine King 57,
-nior Favorite 57, Treasurer Senior
ass 57, Letter in basketball 57,
tter in track 56, 57.
irbershop Quartet 57, Hi-Y 57, "B"
ssociation 57, Letter in baseball
', Homeroom officer 57.
ERRY WAYNE ARNOLD
itirt Club 55, 56, 57, Band 55, 56,
E Club 56, 57, Junior Frolics 56,
:porter of DE Club 57.
ENRY E. BATTEN, JR.
'idiron Club 57, "B" Association
S, 57, Barbershop Quartet 57,
tizen of the Week 57, Football
tter 57, Baseball 55, 56, 57.
5 Club 56.
ROBERT LANE ALLEN
Senior Frolics 57, Junior Rotarian
57, Football letter 57.
Footlights 55, 56, 57, FHA 55, 56,
57, Thespians 57, Tri-Hi-Y 55, 56,
Homeroom officer 56, Student
Council 55, Girls' Forum Represen'
4-H 55, 56, FFA 55, 56.
FFA 56, 57, Tennis Club 56, 57
Letter in Tennis.
MARY OLIVIA BERNAL
Pan-American 55, 56, 57, Future
FLOYD CHARLES BORISKIE
J. R. BRAVENEC
"B" Association 56, 57, FFA 55,
56, 57, Football co-captain 57, Two
letters in football 56, 57, Secretary
FFA 56, Treasurer FFA 57.
MYRNA LOUISE BLACK
Pan-American Club 55, 56, A Ca,
pella Choir 55, 56, Homerool
officer 56, 57, Sophomore repn
sentative to A Cappella Choir 54
DEANE JANIS BOTTER
Corral Staff 55, 56, Pan-America
55, 56,.57, Footlights 55, 56, 51
Thespians 56, 57, FTA 56, 57, Qui
and Scroll 56, 57, Bronco Staff 54
57, FHA 55, Tri-Hi-Y 56, 57, 51
Band 55, 56, 57, Who's Who 51
Senior Frolics, Senior Play, Junic
Play, Student Council 57, Citizen c
the week 57, Secretary FTA 56, Sew
retary Band 57, Editor of Broncc
Homeroom officer 55, 56.
MARGARET ANN BOXLEY
Pan-American 55, 56, 57, FHA 51
56, 57,.FootIights 56, 57, Band 51
The last-minute "make-up" for opening night proved to be fun
DE M. BURT
" Association 56, 575 Barbershop
iartet 56, 575 Gridiron club 55,
, 575 Two letters in baseball5
rasurer of Barbershop Quartet 575
strict champs baseball team - 2
otlights 55, 56, 575 Thespian 575
rbershop Quartet 575 Band 55,
i, 57 Junior Play 565 Senior Play
'5 Junior Frolics 565 Senior Frolics
'5 Secretary of Footlights 57.
'ILLIAM E. CARTWRIGHT
i" Association 56, 575 Barbershop
Jartet 575 Hi-Y 575 Football 56, 575
seball 55, 56, 575 Basketball 575
esident of Boys' Quartet.
A 55, 56, 575 vice President FFA
5 Homeroom officer 57.
Latin Club 55, 56, 575 Footlights
55, 56, 575 Thespians 57, Annual
Staff 575 Hi-Y 56, 575 Barbershop
Quartet 575 Junior Play 555 Senior
Play 565 Junior Rotarian 555 Junior
Frolic 565 Senior Forlics 575 Delegate
to Hi-Y Youth and Government.
Band 55, 56, 57, 4-H 57.
Pan-American 55, 565 Quill and
Scroll 56, 575 National Honor So-
ciety 575 Student Council 575 Corral
staff 56, 575 Three letters in base-
ball, DAR Good Citizen Award 575
Editor of Corral 575 Captain of team
575 Student Council Representative
MAURICE GENE CHAPMAN
Barbershop Quartet 575 Manager
basketball 575 Manager football 57.
Barbershop Quartet 575 Norman
Dansby Memorial Award 575 Cap-
tain of football team 575 Homeroom
Hi-Y 55, 56, 57, Radio Club 55, 56,
Barbershop Quartet 56, Footlights
55, 56, 57, Thespians 57, Latin Club
55, 56, 57, Corral Staff 55, 56,
Bronco Staff 57, Junior Frolics 56,
Senior Frolics 57, Junior Play 56,
Senior Play 57, Band 55, Secretary
Hi-Y 57, Homeroom Officer 56.
Hi-Y 55, 56, 57, Footlights 55, 56,
57, Thespians 57, A Cappella Choir
55, 56, 57, whos who 57, National
Honor Society 56, Corral Staff 56,
Bronco Staff 56, 57, Senior Play,
Junior Frolics, Senior Frolics, Vice
President National Honor Society
57, Reporter Footlights 57, Reporter
Hi-Y 57, Business Manager Bronco
Footlights 56, 57, Tri-Hi-Y 55, 56,
Future Teachers 55, 56, 57, A
Cappella Choir 55, 56, 57, Thespian
57, Pan-American 55, 56, 57, Junior
Frolics, Choir letter.
BINNIE ANNE DANSBY
Footlights 55, 56, 57, Latin Club 55,
56, 57, Tri-Hi-Y 55, 56, FHA 57,
A Cappella Choir 55, 56, 57, Bronco
Staff 57, Choir letter, Homeroom
officer 55, 56, 57, Business Manager
of Bronco, Tri-Hi-Y representative to
Footlights 55, 56, 57, Thespians 57,
"B" Association 56, 57, Junior Play,
Senior Play, Senior Frolics, Two
letters in football, Two letters in
track, All-District football.
Footlights 55, 56, 57, Pan-America
55, 56, 57, Thespians 56, 57, Tri-H
Y 55, 56, FTA 57, National Hon:
Society 57, Junior Frolics 56, Senic
Play student director 57, Homeroom
officer 57, Vice President Thespiar
Hi-Y 55, Homeroom officer 55, 54
Junior Play committee 56, Senic
Play committee 57.
Footlights 55, 56, 57: Tri-Hi'Y 53
56, FHA 55, 56, 57, Student Counc
56, A Cappella Choir 55, 56, 51
FFA Sweetheart 57, Senior Favoriti
Junior Favorite, Valentine Court 54
57, National Honor Society 54
Homecoming Court 55, 56, 51
Student Council Secretary 56, Cho
Council 55, Homeroom officer 51
Girls' Forum Vice President 57.
FHA ss, 56, Tri-Hi-Y 55, 56.
'ENDELL LEE WITHERS
n'American 555 DE 575 Student
xuncil 565 DE letter.
irbershop Quartet 575 Hi-Y 56, 575
tin Club 55, 56, 575 Boys' State
i5 A Cappella Choir 575 Prince in
alentine Court 56, 575 Junior Fa-
xrite 565 Junior Play 565 Mr, S.F.A.
'5 FHA Sweetheart 565 President
rnior Class 565 President Student
:dy 575 Vice President Choir 575
ice President Hi'Y 575 Homeroom
ificer 55, 56.
in-American 55, 56, 575 "B" As-
ciation 55, 56, 575 Student Coun-
55, 575 Gridiron Club 555 Hi-Y
'5 Class Favorite 555 Valentine
Jurt 55, 575 Three letters in toot-
ill, One baseball letter, All-District
otball 575 All-District basketball
'5 Two letters in basketball5 Track
tter5 Vice President Sopl'1or'no'e
'ass 555 President Boys' Forum 57.
'an-American 55, 56, 575 Band 55,
BURTIS RAE DOCKERY
DE Club 56, 575 DE Delegate to
state convention 575 Reporter of DE
PanfAmerican 55, 56, 575 FHA 55,
TrifHifY 55, 565 Foollights 55, 56
575 Tltespians 56, 575 Band 55, 56
575 National Honor Society 57
Senior Play 575 Junior Play Commit
tee 565 Citizen of the week 57
Twirler 56, 575 Junior Frolics 56
Girls' Forum Representative 55, 56
Band President 575 Tltespian Secrc
taryflreasurer 575 Homeroom officer
55, 565 Outstanding band award 57
The football games were always exciting!
M115 ' 'K 'sms
MARY FRANCES EVANS
FHA 575 Library Club 56, 575
Treasurer Library Club 57.
ROSS CHARLES FALCO
Hi-Y 55, 565 Gridiron Club 555
Junior Frolics 565 "B" Association
55, 56, 575 Barbershop Quartet 565
Three letters in football5 Two letters
in basketbaIl5 one letter track5 All-
District football 565 Student Council
565 Homeroom officer 555 Boys'
Forum Reporter 55.
Tri-Hi-Y 565 FHA 56, 575 A Cappella
Choir 56, 575 Homeroom officer 575
Girls' Forum Representative 57.
SAM FORT, JR.
Hi-Y 56, 575 Barbershop Quartet 575
National Honor Society 575 Pan-
American 55, 56, 575 Homeroom
officer 565 Stage Committee Junior
DONALD RAY FRANCIS
4-H 55, se, 57, Hi-Y 55, 56, 57,
Corral Staff 575 Secretary 4-H 575
Vice President 4-H 555 Homeroom
officer 575 Circulation Manager Cor-
Footlights 55, 56, 575 Hi-Y 55, 51
575 Thespians 575 Lone Star Boy
State 565 Junior Rotarian 575 Pre:
dent Footlights 56, 575 Senior Plz
575 Senior Frolics 575 Footligh
Reporter 555 Homeroom officer 5.
FHA 55, 565 Tri-Hi-Y 55, 565 DE 52
Homeroom officer 55, 565 Girl
Forum representative 565 Studer
Council 56, 57.
Tri-Hi-Y 56, 57, FHA 55, 56, 57
Pan-American 55, 56, 575 Senic
Play 575 Senior Frolics 575 Nation:
Honor Society 575 A Cappella Cho
56, 575 Homeroom officer 51
Fourth Vice President Girls' Forur
575 Girls' Forum Representative 54
LINDA MELISSA FOURAKEI
Footlights 56, 575 Pan-American 54
Tri-Hi-Y 565 Girls'Forum represents
tive 565 Bronco Staff 57.
LYDIA MAE FRANCIS
DAVID S. GARCIA
'an-American 55, 56, 57.
HA 55, 56, 57, roamghis 55, 56,
7, Tri-Hi-Y 55, 56, Junior Frolics
6, Senior Frolics 57, Homecoming
rincess 57, Homeroom officer 56.
an-American 55, 56, 57, National
Ionor Society 56, 57, Barbershop
luartet 56, 57, Student Council 55,
7, Gridiron Club 55, .lunior Frolics
6, All-District football 56, Junior
otarian 55, 56, 57, Three letters
1 football, Sophomore Class Presi-
ent 55, Treasurer Pan-American
6, 57, Treasurer Student Council
7, Vice President Barbershop Quar-
et 55, 56.
BEORGE S. HAMILTON
an-American 55, 56, 57, Barber-
hop Quartet 56, 57, Radio Club
7, Junior Frolics 56, One letter in
Jotball, President of Radio Club
7, Homeroom officer 57,
Barbershop Quartet 56, Homeroom
PHYLLIS MARIE GRIZZAFFI
FFA Sweetheart 55, Yell leader 56,
57, Head Yell leader 57, Princess
on Valentine Court 57, Junior Fro-
lics 56, Senior Frolics 57, FHA 55,
56, 57, Tri-Hi-Y 55, 56, Bronco
Staff 67, Library Club 56, Student
Council 55, 57, Library helper 55,
56, Usherette Senior Play 57, Citizen
of the week 57, Homeroom officer
55, Two letters for yell leader.
4-H 55, 56, 57, Pan-American 55,
56, Girls' Forum Reader 55, 56, 57,
National Honor Society 56.
DE 56, 57, Tri-Hi-Y 55, Outstanding
DE Student Award 57, Delegate to
two state conventions 56, 57, First
Vice President DE 56, President DE
Hi-Y 55, 565 Barbershop Quartet 565
Track 555 Homeroom officer 55.
Hi-Y 575 Barbershop Quartet 575
Gridiron 565 "B" Association 55,
56, 575 Three letters football , Co-
captain football 575 Most Valuable
Player Award 565 All-district 56, 575
All State 575 All Central Texas
Squad 575 Homeroom officer 575
Student Council 555 Hi-Y officer 56.
LUPE C. HERNANDEZ
Pan-American Club 565 FHA 555
Band 56, 575 Girls' Forum Repre-
sentative 56, 57.
PHYLLIS RAE HOLLINGER
Library Club 575 Tri-Hi-Y 555 Secre-
tary Library Club 57.
Tri-Hi-Y 55, 56, 575 FHA 56, 575
Footlights 55, 56, 575 Thespians 56,
575 Pan-American 55, 56, 57, msc
Delegate 575 Senior Play 575 Valen-
tine Queen 575 Miss S.F.A. 575
Junior Frolics 565 Senior Frolics 575
Secretary Junior Class 565 President
Senior Class 575 Student Council 55,
56, 575 Tri-Hi-Y5 Vice President,
JO ANN HAVEL
Tri-Hi-Y 55, 565 FHA 56, 575 Junio
Frolics 565 FHA Historian and Re
porter 575 Homeroom officer 55, 57
ANDREW R. HERNANDEZ
Pan-American 575 Barbershop Quai
tet 575 Delegate for Pan-American
Hi-Y 55, 56, 575 Thespians 575 "B'
Association 55, 56, 575 Footlight:
55, 56, 575 Barbershop Quartet 55
56, 575 Two letters in baseball5 Om
letter basketball5 All-district basebal
565 Hi-Y Delegate 565 Reporte
Senior Class 575 Treasurer Boys
Forum 575 Secretary Hi'Y 56.
Patsy Hopkins, Senior Class President,
seems to be a little worried!
'i4Hi-Y 56, A Cappella Choir 55,
5, 57, Pan-American 55, 56, 57,
-IA 55, 56, 57, Secretary of FHA
7, National Honor Society 57,
omeroom officer 57, Choir letter
3 years? Girls' Forum Rep, 56.
:tin Club 55, 56, 57, Radio Club
5, 56, 57, Student Council 56, 57,
aporter-Radio Club 55, 56,
OBBIE JEAN JONES
IERRY NELL JONES
.ibrary Club 56, Reporter Library
'IM MAX KENNEDY
JE Club 57, Homeroom officer 56.
Barbershop Quartet 57, Hi-Y 57,
Thespian 57, Bronco Staff 57, Track
57, Senior Play 57, Senior Declama-
tion 57, Homeroom officer 57,
Sports staff 57, Delegate for Hi-Y
to San Antonio 57.
GALE JEANINE JONES
A Cappella Choir 55, 56, 57, Stu-
dent Council 57, National Honor
Society 57, Thespians 57, Corral
Staff 57, Assistant editor Corral 57,
Junior Play 56, Senior Play 57,
Junior Frolics 56, Secretary Choir
57, Girls' Forum Rep. 55, 56, Home-
room officer 55.
Radio Club 57, Secretary-Treasurer
Radio Club 57.
FFA 55, 56, 57, Junior Farm Skill
team 56, Senior Farm Skill team 57,
Poultry iudging team 55, 56, Radio
Broadcasting team 56, FFA Green-
hand secretary 57.
JOE BILL KROLCZYK
"B" Association 56, 57, Track 'letter-
man 56, 57, Homeroom officer 57.
Pan-American 57, Band 55, 56, "B"
Association l year basketball letter-
ROSA MARY LOPEZ
Pan-American 55, 56, 57, FHA 55,
56, 57, Library Club 56, 57, Future
Pan-American 55, 56, 57, Tri-Hi-Y
55, 56, FHA 55, 56, Future Teacher
57, Footlights Club 55, 56, 57,
Thespians 57, Bronco Staff 57,
Senior Play 57, Junior Frolics 56,
Senior Forlics 57, President Future
Teachers 57, Reporter Pan-American
Future Teachers 56, 57, Songleadr
57, Pan-Am Club 56, 57, Footligh
57, Student Council 57, Homerool
FHA 55, 56, 57, Tri-Hi-Y 55, 56
Girls' Forum Rep. 56, FHA Parlia
mentarian 57, Junior Frolics 56
Usherette for Senior Play 57.
Band 57, A Cappella Choir 57
Homeroom officer 57.
H. C. MANNING
Homeroom officer 55.
SEATRICE H. MARIN
'an-American 55, 56, 57, Footlights
5, 56, 57, Thespian 57, Future
lurses 57, Band 55, 56, 57, FHA
15, 56, Vice President Future Nurses
ri-Hi-Y 56, Future Nurses 57, Band
6, 57, Corresponding Secretary
uture Nurses 57.
.OIS FAY MEIER
FE Club 57, Tri-Hi-Y 55, FHA 55,
uture Nurses 57, Homeroom officer
ri-Hi-Y 55, 56, FHA 55, 56, 57,
iirls' Forum Representative 57.
FHA 55, 56, 57, Tri-Hi-Y 55, Class
Favorite 55, Duchess Valentine Court
55, Student Council 55, FHA District
Recording Secretary 55, Class Secre-
tary 55, Senior Frolics 57, Senior
Play Committee, Usherette 57, Jun-
ior Frolics 56, Homeroom officer 55,
CHARLES R. MAULDIN
Footlights 55, 56, 57, Thespian 57,
Junior Frolics 56, Senior Frolics 57,
Bronco Staff 57, Corral Staff 55,
56, 57, Junior Rotarian 57, Home-
room officer 55, 56, 57.
FHA 56, 57, Future Teachers 57,
Tri-Hi-Y 56, 57, Footlights 56, 57,
Homeroom officer 57, Treasurer Fu-
ture Teachers 56, 57.
The Junior-Senior Prom is one activity the Seniors
will never forget!
Latin Club 55, 56, 57, Pan-American
56, 57, 4-H 55, 56,A Cappella Choir
55, Hi-Y 56, 57, Barbershop Quartet
57, One letter in football 57, Presi-
dent Pan-American 57, Student
Council 56, Secretary Boys' Forum
56, Vice President Senior Class 57,
Homeroom officer 55.
Pan-American 55, 56, 57, National
Honor Society 56, 57, President A
Cappella Choir 57, Vice President
Pan-American 57, Vice President
National Honor Society 57, A
Cappella Choir 55, 56, 57, Choir
letter K3 yearsl.
Vice President FFA 56, FFA 55, 56,
57, Outstanding Future Farmer 56,
Outstanding FFA Poultry Award 56,
Third place Area Dairy .Judging 56,
Lone Star Farmers' Degree 56, "B"
Team letterman 55, 56, Footlights
57, Vice President FFA District I
56, 57, Gridiron Club 55, Third
high individual Dairy Judging at
District, Grand Champion Steer at
Footlights 55, 56, 57, Hi-Y 55, 56,
57, Radio Club 56, Thespians 57,
A Cappella Choir 55, 56, 57,
Swimming Team 55, 56, Corral
Staff 56, 57, Junior Play 56, Senior
Play 57, Junior Frolics 56, Senior
Frolics 57, Co-Sports Editor, Pho-
tographer Bronco, Treasurer-Reporter
Thespian 57, Sports editor Corral
56, 57. '
Radio Club 56.
I 24 I' Ii, EDDIE MIZE
"B" Association 57, One lteter i
football, Homeroom officer 57.
Pan-American 55, 56, 57, Futurt
Nurses 57, FHA 55, 56, 57, Foot
lights 55, 56, 57, Thespians 57
Girls' Forum Representative 56.
Library Club 56, Merit Award 54
SAM J. MORELLA
DE Club 55, Radio Club 57.
Junior Frolics 56, Track 56, 57
Barbershop Quartet 56, 57.
OYDE RAY NASH
arbershop Quartet 575 Homeroom
and 55, 56, 57, FHA 55, 56,
'i-Hi-Y 55, 565 Band librarian 575
iirls' Forum Representative 575
icket committee, Senior Play 57.
LLOVER L. NICKERSON
ne letter in track5 Homeroom
HA 55, 565 Tri-Hi-Y 555 Homeroom
XLVIN L. NOVOSAD
FA 55, 56, 575 Outstanding Future
armers Award 575 Junior Rotarian
75 Secretary FFA 57.
STANLEY J. NEMEC
"B" Association 575 Barbershop
Quartet 575 Homeroom officer 575
One letter football.
Pan-American 55, 56, 575 Hi4Y 55,
56, 575 "B" Association 55, 56, 57,
Best Linesman Award 56, 575 All-
District football 575 Second-team all
state football 575 Second team All-
District basketball 575 Three letters
in football5 Two, basketball, Three,
Track5 President Hi-Y 575 Homeroom
Officer 55, 56, 57.
Hi-Y 56, 575 "B" Association 55,
56, 575 Most Valuable player 575
Three football letters5 Three baseball
letters5 All-District football 575 All-
District baseball 565 One basketball
letter5 Student Council 56, 575 Sec-
retary Boys' Forum 575 Sergeant-at-
arms Hi-Y 57.
Pan-American 56, 575 Tri-Hi-Y 565
Footlights 56, 575 Future Teachers
575 Sophomore Class President 565
Student Council 575 Homeroom offi-
cer 56, 57.
REBECCA ANN PACK
FHA 56, 575 Footlights 56, 575 Tri-
Hi-Y 56, 575 Junior-Senior Banquet
Committee 575 Junior Play Com-
mittee 575 Homeroom officer 56, 57.
I-ii-Y 55, 56, Radio Club 55, 56,
Letter in swimming 555 Homeroom
officer 555 Senior Play committee
Band 555 Footlights 55, 56, 575
Pan-American 55, 56, 575 FHA 55,
565 Tri-Hi-Y 55, 565 Thespians 575
Junior Frolics 565 Junior Play Com-
mittee 565 Homeroom officer 55,
56, 575 Girls' Forum Executive
Council 55, 56, 57.
FHA 56, 575 Footlights 575 Tri-Hi-Y
55, 565 Library Club 555 Junior
Frolics 565 Senior Frolics 575 Usher-
ette Senior Play 57.
BILLY CARR PARRISH
Footlights 55, 56, 575 Thespian
56, 575 National Honor Society 57
Latin Club 55, 56, 575 Band 55
56, 575 Debate Club 575 Hi-Y 55
56, 575 Junior Play 565 Senior Play
575 Who's Who 575 Boys' State 57
District Debater Champs 575 Studen
Council Parliamentarian 575 Uniforn
Technician, Band 56.
FHA 55, 56, 575 Tri-Hi-Y 55, 56
Bronco Staff 575 Junior Frolics 56
Senior Frolics 575 President FHA 57
Treasurer FHA 565 Secretary-Treas
urer Tri-Hi-Y 555 Homeroom office
55, 565 Office helper 56.
Backstage at the Senior play
seal as nh
H 55, 56, 57, "B" Association 55,
v, 57, President 4-H 56, 57, Three
tters in track, Co-Captain of track
ERNANDO V. QUINTERO
in-American 55, 56, 57.
UDOLPH F. RAHNERT
tdio Club 56, 57.
ack letterman 55, 56, 57, Football
'terman 56, 57, "B" Association
-Hi-Y 57, Footlights 55, Latin
ub 55, 56, 57, Pan-American 57,
:tional Honor Society 57, Quill
d Scroll ,56, Chaplain Girls' Forum
, Vice President Junior Class 56,
:dent Council 55, Reporter Sopho-
:re Class 55, Vice President Tri-
-Y 57, Assistant Editor Bronco 56.
Barbershop Quartet 57, Pan-Ameri-
can 55, 56, Hi-Y 55, 56, 57, 4-H
55, Junior Frolics 56, Senior Frolics
57, Secretary Barbershop Quartet
56, Homeroorn officer 57.
ALTA FAYE TAYLOR RAACK
Tri-Hi-Y 55, 56, FHA 57, Pan-
American 55, 56, 57, A Cappella
55, 56, 57, All-State Choir 56, 57,
Reporter-Historian, Choir 57, Girls'
Forum Representative 56, Choir
letter C3 yearsl
Pan-American 55, 56, 57, "B" Asso-
ciation 56, 57, One letter baseball.
JANE GAIL RICHMOND
Footlights 55, 56, 57, Thespians 56,
57, Tri-Hi-Y 55, 56, 57, DAR Citizen-
ship Award 57, National Honor
Society 56, 57, Who's Who 56, 57,
Junior Play 56, Senior Play 57,
Citizen of the Week 57, Student
Council 55, 56, Secretary Girls'
Forum 56, Second Vice President
Girls' Forum 57, President Tri-Hi-Y
57, Assistant Business Manager
Bronco 56, Project chairman Senior
Class 57, Homeroom officer 55, 57.
Pan-Amercian 55, 56, 57, Hi-Y 56,
57, One letter basketball, Stage
manager Junior Play and Senior
Play, Junior Frolics 56, Basketball
"B" Team 55, 56.
Pan-American 55, 56, 57.
Pan-American 55, 56, 57.
Radio Club 56, 57.
Junior Frolics 56, Homeroom officer
Track 567 Football 565 Senior Frolics
57, Homeroom officer 56, 57.
Pan-American 55, 56, 57.
Footlights 55, 56, 57, Thespiaf
56, 57, Pan-American 56: Seni:
Play 57, Lafin Club 55, 56, 5f
Tri-Hi-Y 55, 56, Future Teachers 5'
FHA 575 Bronco Staff 575 Vic
Presidem Footlights 571 Homecor
ing duchess 57, Delegate Tri-Hi-
Convention 57p Photographer Junie
CAROL JANE SEIDERS
Tri-Hi-Y 55, 56, 575 Latin Club 5
56, 57, Vice President 565 Secretai
homeroom, Senior Play Cast, Non'
nee for Homecoming Queen, Repc
ter Girls' Forum, Danforth Found
tion Award 57.
Pan-American 55, 56, 57, Nalion
Honor Society 57, Homeroom officl
55, 56, 57.
BARBARA DYER SMITH
HA 55, 56, 57, Footlights 56, 57,
ibrary Club 56, 4-H 55, 56, A
'appella Choir 56.
lATSY RAIE SMITH
ri-Hi-Y 55, 56, FHA 55, 56, 57,
ootlights 55, 56, 57, Future Teach-
rs 56, Library Club 56, Junior
rolics 56, Senior Frolics 57, Senior
lay, Usherette 57, Bronco Staff 57,
Iomeroom officer 55, 56, Girls'
orum Representative 57.
JILLIE MAC TATE
a-Y 55, 56, 57, Debate Club 57,
Cappella Choir 55, 56, 57, Pan-
merican Club 55, 56, "B" Associa-
Jn 56, 57, Two letters football,
rst, Extemporaneous speaking Dis-
ict 57, Parliarnentarian Hi-Y 57.
HA 55, 56, DE 57, Tri-Hi-Y 55, 56,
.rt Editor Corral 55, Art editor
ANETTE ANN TKAC
'i-Hi-Y 55, 56, FHA 55, 56, 57,
brary Club 56, Bronco Staff 57,
ell leader 56, 57, National Honor
:aciety 57, Junior Frolics 56, Senior
'olics 57, Library helper 56, Library
lub Vice President 56, Two letters
all leader, Usherette, Senior Play
7, Homeroom officer 55, 56.
BOBBIE JEAN SMITH
FHA 55, 56, 57, Tri-Hi-Y 56, 57.
Pan-American 55, 56, 57, Girls'
Forum Executive Council 57, Junior
Play, Usherette 56.
Band 55, 56, 57, Tri-Hi-Y 57, Pan-
Amercian 55, 56, 57, A Cappella
Choir 56, 57, Junior Frolics 56,
First Division Band Solo, Ensemble
Contest 56, All-Region Band 57,
Girls' Forum Representative 57.
PATRICIA ANN PLAGENS
4-H 55, FHA 55, 56, 57, Tri-Hi-Y
56, Bronco Staff 57, Footlights 57,
Yell Leader 57, Junior Frolics 56,
Senior Frolics 57, Secretary-Treasurer
Tri-Hi-Y 56, Student Council 55, FHA
State Meeting 56.
JOE BROOKS THOMPSON
"B" Association 56, 57, National
Honor Society 57, Three letters
baseball, Captain basketball team
57, All-District basketball 57, Two
letters basketball, All-District base-
ball 56, 57, All-state basketball,
Junior Rotarian 57, Homeroom offi-
NORMA UDASH EN
Pan-American 55, 56, 57, Footlights
56, Tri-Hi-Y 55, 56, Future Teachers
57, DAR History Award 56, National
Honor Society 57, Secretary Future
Teachers 57, Homeroom officer 57.
Radio Club 565 Hi-Y 565 Barbershop
Quartet 56, 575 A Cappella Choir
55, 575 National Honor Society 575
Junior Play 565 Senior Play 575
Who's Who 575 Senior Frolics 575
Junior Frolics 565 Junior Rotarian
575 Student Council 575 Vice Presi-
dent Student Body 575 Secretary
Choir 575 Junior'Class officer 565
Student Council convention in Hous-
ton 575 Delegate to "Youth in
Senior Frolics 575 Senior Play 57.
Homeroom officer 55.
JAMES O. WHEAT
DE 575 Homeroom officer 55, 56.
JAMES WILLARD WILLIAMS
Barbershop Quartet 575 President
Barbershop Quartet 575 Homeroom
officer 55, 56, 57,
PAT VA NCE
DE Club 56, 575 Vice President
DE Club 575 Delegate to State
Convention in DE 565 Homeroom
National Honor Society 56, 57,
Student Council 565 Thespians 56
575 Pan-American 55, 56, 575 Foot
lights 56, 575 FHA 56, 575 Who':
Who 575 Twirler 55, 565 Feature
Twirler 575 Junior Play 565 Seniot
Play 575 Senior Frolics 575 Citizer
of the week 575 Homecoming Duch
ess 575 Girls' Forum President 57
FHA President 565 Band letter
District officer FHA 57.
This is what happens to Seniors when they are
first-year lettermen as portrayed by James Amis
and Stanley Nemec.
E Club 56, 575 Sports editor of
arral 555 "B" Association 555 Pan-
nerican Amateur Hour 565 Toast-
aster at DE Banquet 57.
LSIE JUNE YEAGER
'IA 55, 56, 575 4-H 55, 565 Tri-
i-Y 55, 565 Pan-American 55, 565
'ce President 4-H 55.
in-American 55, 56, 575 Tri-Hi-Y
i, 565 National Honor Society 575
irla' Forum Secretary-Treasurer 575
ce President 4-H 575 Homeroom
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Barbershop Quartet 575 Junior Fro-
Iics 565 Senior Frolics 575 Student
Council 555 Homeroom officer 55,
PEGGY JOYCE YOUNG
Pan-American 55, 56, 575 4-H 55,
56, 575 Tri-Hi-Y 55, 565 National
Honor Society 575 Reporter 4-H 56,
575 Homeroom officer 56, 57.
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Mickey Ross, Vice President. Front row: Kakey Griffin, Reporter,
Charles Burley, Treasurer, Gates Whitley, Chaplain.
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prophecy of class of '57
Strolling through the fair grounds of the Annual County Fair in Bryan, the "City with
a Future," we came across a little fortune-telling tent. Let's stop in and see what happens,
shall we? Say! We're in luck! This one is complete with a crystal ball. Wonder if we could
really see into the future iust by looking into this piece of glass. Let's try to see 20 years
ahead to 1977. Hey, the ball seems to be getting all misty . . . and look, there's a
picture inside. We can see pretty clearly now, and well, what' do you know-lT'S US!!
ANN ADAMS: Dean of Agriculture at Texas Tech, which is manufacturing mink-lined
sports iackets for horses. EDWARD ADAMS: Director of the N.S. Navy Band. JUDY ADAMS:
After finally learning to type over 20 words per minute, she has become personal secretary
to the President. ADA AKIN: Has lust gone to Reno to divorce her 16th husband after
completing her new book "How to Keep Your Husband Happy." JIMMY AKIN: Coach of
of the "Harem" Globe Trotters. BOB ALLEN: Heavy-weight Champion of the World. JAMES
AMIS: Senator James Amis is winner of the Best Dressed Man Award of 1977. LORETTA
ANDERSON: She hasn't been seen for the last 20 years. She's been hidden under all those
petticoats. JERRY ARNOLD: Famed brain surgeon. He successfully completes his thousandth
EVA BAIRD: She is still baking bread for Mrs. Baird. She has invented new rolls that
are guaranteed to shrink, not rise. BULLY BATTEN: Water-ski champ of Camp Creek.
RICHARD BATTEN: Outstanding English professor and lecturer at Harvard. DANNY BELL:
Delivers buttermilk for the Carnation Company. CPrivate ioke?j FRANK BENEVIDEZ: Tired
of taking tennis trophies one after another, he tried it under water and he is still champ.
MARY BERNAL: Still grateful that she graduated from S. F. A. FLOYD BORISKIE: Shaking
his children on his knee while smoking a pipe. JANIS BOTTER: Still sits and wishes for
tornadoes. REBA BOX: Is raising little circles. MARGARET BOXLEY: Has taken Imogene
Coca's place on TV. J. R. BRAVENEC: Regular third baseman for the Houston Buffs.
MALCOLM BREWER: Rodeo Champ of World for ten straight years. NORTON BURKHALTER:
Has made a new car out of old tin cans. JACK BURNS: Down houses. All smoke and no
fire. JOE BURT: Manager of the New York Yankees. He always wanted to break into the
Maior Leagues. CHESTER BYNUM: Now living in the FAR North, he has become a confirmed
VITO CANGELOSI: Invents a universal solvent, but discovered too late that there was
nothing to keep it in. JOE CARLTON: First general the Navy ever had. ROY CARPENTER:
Now a plumber instead of a Carpenter. JOHNNY CARRIER: Sets pins in his own bowling
alley. BILL CARTWRIGHT: After many years of practice, he has developed a new style of
bull fighting. He says he grabs the bull by the tail and flings it across the arena. Yes sir,
that boy can really throw the bull. MAURICE CHAPMAN: Scorekeeper for the professional
basketball team, "The Detroit Doodlebugs." GENE CHEATHAM: Graduates in 1977 with
national F.H.A. honors. JAMES COE: General "fIunkie," but the very best ditch-digger that
Bryan has ever seen. CHARLES COLE: Invents a new toothpaste containing gun powder
for people who like to shoot off their mouths. CONNIE COLE: Has iust broken the worId's
round-the-clock desk run in the office where she works as secretary to a track star.
CLARK COOK: Married the bearded lady from the Ringling Circus. They are now raising
little Fuller brushes. KENNETH COUGER: Has a iob as an artist's model. He poses for
animal crackers. DOROTHY CRIM: First woman to swim the Atlantic Ocean on her back
while wearing a lead evening gown. CHARLES CUNNINGHAM: Admiral in the Navy.
He is stationed in Hawaii.
BINNIE ANN DANSBY: Runs the Bryan chapter of the lonely heart's club. She is
corresponding secretary to the local chapter of lonely bachelors. NORMA DANSBY: Bounces
her great-great grandchildren on both knees. CHARLES DAVIDOFF: Is now manufacturing
a souped-up, cut-down, chopped and chammeled, 350 horse-power baby carriage for
parents who want to give their kids a fast start in life. MARGARET DAVIS: She has gradually
worked up to number one stewardess for Slobbovian Airlines. ROBERT DEMOTTIER: Got the
purple heart for stubbing his toe while going "over the hill." BURTIS DOCKERY: Has iust
been named husband of the year for inventing a garbage can with no bottom. BILL DOSS:
Etching out his living by his inventions. His latest is a spotlight on the back of a car so
people can see where they have been. JAMES DOWLING: Dropped out of the Paratroopers
when his chute failed to open. SAMMY DWYER: Voted "Most Likely to Succeed" for the
twentieth straight year. CSome day he has to make itlj BARBARA DYER: Still trying to
get a hamburger at the Whataburger. PATSY ELDRED and DICKY HICKERSON: Have iust
won the international prize for having seventy-five children and are currently living in a
shoe. MARVIN EMSHOFF: Cashed in on his good looks. He's in motion pictures doubling
for Lassie. RUTH ESCOBEDO: Has finally gotten a iob as number three bare-back rider for
Ringling Brothers Circus. MARY FRANCES EVANS: Two hundred twelve pound dietitian
whose- latest article is now appearing in the Ladies Home Journal. CDon't miss it: "You
Too Can Be Slim."j
LEE FALCO: Starring in the I977 remake of "The Wild One." ROSS FALCO: As a result
of starring in the remake of "A Cry in the Night," the international playboy, Falco has
been voted "Lover of the World." DOROTHY FAZZINO: She is selling cellophane sarongs.
She can't see why they don't sell. RICHARD FERGUSON: Old Dick is now a millionaire,
thanks to his cornering the grain market with all his corn. BEVERLY FINKE: Honorary Fire
Chief. She has received an award for being the only fireman to put her leg in her hose.
MARTHA FLETCHER: Private nurse to Fearless Fosdick. SAM FORT: Now stationed at Fort Sam
. . . CHouston!j DONALD FRANCIS: Has made history with the invention of his new
game "Gnop Gnip." CThat's playing ping pong backwards.D
DAVID GARCIA: Now the proud owner of his super-delux "Sweinmartens," where you
can get less food for more money. EPHRAIM GARCIA: He iust won the interrfational tic-
tac-toe championship by putting invisible ink in his opponent's fountain pen. LYDIA GEORGE
FRANCIS: She has a little girl named Mary Jane Susan Marie Sally Anne Judy Diane . . .
Francis CBoy, she really likes those first nameslj LOUISE GLOVER: Tough, crusading editor
of "The Podunk Gazette." CAROLYN GRAHAM: Has written a new grammar book for
Seniors who don't like English. It's perfectly blank all the way through. EDWARD GREGG:
Has iust invented a new shorthand which, strangely enough, resembles Morse Code.
GORDON GREGG: ls now writing advertisements for that new cereal Bammo that not only
snaps, crackles, and pops, and is shot from guns, but It's guaranteed to blow a good-sized
hole in your kitchen table. PHYLLIS GRIZZOFFI: Has grown a foot and is now taller than
GEORGE HAMILTON: New cook for the county iail. MARTHA JANE HANAS: Has glued
her pigtails back on. BILLY HARE: Announces the Bunny Hour because he is Crusader
Rabbit's closest friend. HENRY HARRIS: Will be warden at San Quentin, if he ever gets
Out. MATTIE and ROLAND HARRISON: Have both married a twin and now their children
are double first cousins. JO ANN HAVEL: Helps with Bammo. STUART HELVERY: Fell in love
with an African native and hasn't been seen since. CShe was a Mau-Mauj ANDREW
HERNANDEZ: Selling fountain pens that write under water. His last satisfied customer had
this to say: "Glub, glub, glub." LUPE HERNANDEZ: Has moved to Kansas and is selling
kitchen ranges to homesick Texans. PHYLLIS HOLLINGER: Is designing strapless evening
gown with no help at all. PATSY HOPKINS: Is running an old ladies' home for young
men. JOYCE HORN: Married Sam Trombone and they are now raising little flutes. BARBARA
HUDSON: Sells Studebakers. BOBBY HUGHES: Has a really interesting iob as disc jockey
at Wake Island.
RODNEY JACKSON: After all other attempts have failed, he is trying yeast to make
the South rise again. BOBBIE JEAN JONES: Is trying to grow peach trees at the North
Pole. GALE JONES: Surveying holes for a miniature golf course, JERRY NELL JONES:
Internationally known as the Betty Crocker of 1977. THOMAS JONES: Departed for the
moon today. His last words were bold and courageous, but were drowned out by the
TIM KENNEDY: Is now a star in TV-Movies are better than ever. DONALD KOCMAN:
Made his debut at Carnegie Hall with his soul-moving rendition of Chop Sticks. JOE BILL
KROLCZYK: Won highest honors in the Olympics for being best tiddly-winks player.
ABEL LARA: Is still sitting in Miss Henry's typing class trying to learn the margins
for a 50 space line. JIMMY LEFEVRE: Made his fortune selling electric razors to the fuzzy
wuzzys. GEORGE LEIGHMAN: Is tutoring Mrs. Vick on the finer points of congruent triangles.
BARBARA LERO: Has created the newest in shoes, seven inch heels for those shorties who
wish to come up to the shoulders of those famous Texas Aggie football players. ROSA
MARY LOPEZ: As President of the International Bird-Watchers Society, she has iust published
her latest book entitled, The Care and Feeding of Black-Whiskered Orioles. DANIEL LOPEZ:
Selling motor scooters with high-speed bumper-bolts. STEVE LOWRY: Has a novelty drum
using dried-up noodles for sticks. LYNDA LYNCH. She is completely flustered! She has
invented a new chemical and it is getting bigger by the minute.
H. C. MANNING: Takes off for Mars this week in his own invention, a pedal-propelled
rocket ship. BEATRICE MARIN: Chief instructor of ancient ritual dances like the mambo at
Arthur Murray Studios. KATHY MARTINDALE: Has invented the revolutionary new lipstick
which she calls Martindale's Smear-Off, which is guaranteed to come off on everything.
RALPH MATHIS: After his first week in office has rewarded his followers by declaring open
season on boll weevils. CHARLIE MAULDIN: Head cartoonist for Walt Disney. He has
introduced Corkey Copperhead and Oggie Alligator. GAYLE MAYHUGH: Has become chief
airline stewardess for the Mayhugh Airlines after passing the "Belt 'em in the Middle"
test. LOIS MEIR: Has become number one fashion designer after creating an entirely new
"letter style" which she calls the Wow line. BARBARA METZER: Getzer man. RICHARD
MILLER: Now an internationally known plastic surgeon, specializing in dimples. EDDIE MIZE:
After becoming a multi-millionaire, he has hired a professional dreamer to dream techni-
color dreams of beautiful girls for him. CARL MOEHLMAN: Has iust played his first piano
concert in Carnegie Hall, but nobody else was there- because it was played late at night
when all the other ianitors had gone home. BEATRICE MONCIVALS: Has iust created her
own new line of clothes which has revolutionized the world. She calls it "Teenies." PHIL
MONTALBANO: Has bought a sugar plantation in Hawaii and settled down to a pleasant
life raising cane. JAMES MOON: In 1977 he is the man everyone is going to see. JACKIE
MOONEY: Trick photographer for the Bryan Daily Eagle. He takes pictures before they
happen. SAM MORELLA: Wanted to maior in law: now has a maior in-law problem. JERRY
MOSLEY: Now a professor of English at Oxford University. He works after hours cleaning
the English class rooms. SIDNEY MURPHY: Set a new world's mark for horsemanship by
taking his favorite fourlegger over the astounding iump of 100 feet. When asked the secret
of his success, he disclosed that he had been watering his horse with Mobilgas which, as
you remember, has the sign of the flying red horse.
BOYDE NASH: Ring leader of a famous delinquent gang, their chief purpose, stealing cars.
STANLEY NEMIC: His athletic ability has paid off. He is now in the finals of the Texas
State Checker Championship Tournament. PATSY NEVILL: Now owns and operates her
own "Curly Girly" Beauty Shop. TRAVIS NEVILL: The Dope Walker of all time. GLOVER
NICKERSON: Still lettering in Track. JOHNNY NIEDERAUER: World's greatest professional
football player. Don't believe us? Ask him! PEGGY NORCROSS: Went to work for Redcross
and Bluecross. She wasn't satisfied with Norcross. ALVIN NOVOSAD: ls still sleeping with
JOHNNY PAHOLEK: After graduating with honors from Georgia Tech, he has finally
become a full-fledged engineer . . . on a San Francisco cable car. MILTON PALASOTA:
He's a ding-dong daddy from Dumas and you ought to see him strut his stuff. BILLY CARR
PARRISH: Makes his living singing and squeezing his accordion for high school assemblies.
DONALD PARSONS: The Elvis Presley of 1977. Two recent headlines read: "DoIIs Drool
Over Dashing Donnie," and "Groovy Grasshopper Makes Girls Go Ga-Ga." JANIE PATRA-
NELLA: Another Gina Lollabrigida: yes sir, she's really the rage in Hollywood. GLENDA
PERRY: A typical American housewife, happy, carefree, and has half-a-dozen little darlings.
CThree kids and three coltslj RICHARD PENA: Teaching left-handed salesmanship to all
Mr. Bond's left-over students. PAT PETROSKI: First woman President of A8tM. PAT PLAGENS
TAYLOR: ls still making all the Texas Aggie football games. OLEN POPE: Has given humanity
his greatest great invention the G Cwhizl bomb. JOEL POTTS: ls in business for himself
and is manufacturing all kinds of potts and pans out of a new kind of metal he calls Phft.
MARVIN PUSTKA: Has taken the entertainment world by storm with his brand new style
of singing, which he calls, "Screaming like a mashed cat."
FERNANDO QUINTERO: Experimenting with rockets. He was last seen four years ago
heading for the moon. RUDOLPH RAHNERT: Idol of millions of teenagers: he's the world's
cattiest cat. PETE RAMIREZ: Another Christian Dior. The women are going crazy over his
fabulous creations. WADE RAWLS: Has finally gotten his life-long wish. He's finally become
a big gust of wind. JANE RICHMOND: ls Presidential candidate in the election of 1976.
We think she'll make it. JEAN ROBERT: Is the sole owner of the Robert Company. Their
product is Mamcay, the soap of scroungy women. Jean certainly doesn't use it. JIMMY
ROBERTS: Star player of the Haren Glub Runners. He iust drops the ball right into the
basket. Yes sir! lt's amazing! GILBERT ROCHA: Professional golfer. He's still surveying holes
for miniature golf courses. JOHNNY RUIZ: Got a little carried away with the process in the
Air Force and has flown 740 missions.
PHILIPPA SALCIDO: She's teaching typing in S.F.A. CECILIA SALINAS: ls famous for her
world-wide travels. She has been almost everywhere! Holland, Switzerland, France,
Germany, Hearne, etc. EUGENE SCHLIEKER: Great lover of Nature and is now writing his
third book on insects with eight legs. KATHLEEN CPUDDINU SEALE: Prettiest seale that
Ringling Bros. ever had. She does facininating tricks. One of them is balancing balls.
MELVIN SEAY: President of the Pepsi-Cola Bottling Company. CAROL JANE SEIDERS: Famous
Broadway starlette. Her current smash-hit is "Come Back Little Seiders." HERMAN SIEGERT:
Best Batten air conditioning repairman. WILMA SIMMONS: ls still having a ball in college.
DANIEL SCHOPPE: ls running "Daniel's Thrifty thrift thrift Schoppe" in New York. BOBBIE
JEAN SMITH: Famed woman wrestler. PATSY SMITH: Is married happily . . . and has
several darling little darlings. JACKIE SUE STEPHENSON: First woman comedian to have
a four hour show on television. Yes, we really know that movies have improved.
WILLIE MAC TATE: He's the greatest . . . the greatest . . . Well, ask him sometime
when you feel like a long, long story. ALTA FAYE RAACK: Has gone far in the field of
music with that golden throat of hers. VIRGINIA THILTGEN: Disheartened millions of teen-
age girls with her marriage to Elvis Presley. She's his fifth wife. JOE BROOKS THOMPSON:
Star of the Harem Gluve Tooters. His most tantalizing attraction from the women's point
of view is his blindfolded shot. He never fails. JEANETTE TKAC: Head cheerleader at A8:M.
Oh, yes, it is coed now.
NORMA UDASHEN: Famed Professor of Psychology. BILLY VANCE: Best mayor of Bryan.
On the side, he tutors E. P. on how to time his guitar strokes while trick playing. TONY
VARISCO: Has iust made his fourth million and has a pastel Thunderbird for every day in
the week. CBlue on Mondayj SYLVIA VELASCO: Latin lover of the screen.
GEORGE WALKER: Owner of the better motels in the whole South. JERRY WALKER: Owns
the Fidelity House. He has a new style of operating: he pays you to take his records.
FRANK WALLIN: Swimming instructor at the Country Club. He only teaches girls. KAY
WEBB. She and Jim are still going happily together to college. They're having a blast.
lNo lessons, iust funj. JOE WHEAT: Owns the best cleaners in Bryan. The women like
him because he is a regular cat and flirts with them in slang. They eat that up, but then
that Joe always was a lover! JIMMY WILLIAMS: ls graduating from Texas with highest
honors in how to Party. J. B. WILSON: Broadcasting all the Aggie football games. He's a
regular fan. You don't find them no more. JOE WINN: He and Clyde CBarefootj Chesser
have a song and dance smash hit show on TV. America goes wild over Joe. WENDELL
LEE WITHERS: Happily married. Finally!
ELSIE YEAGER: ls on TV advertising Oxydol. It actually works. PEGGY YOUNG: IS 6
beautiful actress on Lux Video Theater. BARBARA ZWEIFEL: Has followed in Miss Hyman's
I4-Port Neches, there
18, T9-Dr. Sutton
16-Band to Dallas Fair
26-East Mount, there
8-Annual pictures taken
24-F.F.A. to Brenham
27-First Basketball game,
7, 8-Basketball tournament
-A Cappella Choir Messiah
-Pan American Banquet
20-Christmas holidays start
2-Back to school
I 1-Conroe, here
29-East Mount, there
i5-East Mount, here
I-Tennis Tournament, FHA dance
il-Green and White game
12-First Baseball game, Waco
-University High, there
-Cameron Relays, Choir tour
-F.F.A. banquet, senior frolics
-National Honor Society
-J r.-Sr. Prom, track meet
I I-Huntsville, there
23-D.E. banquet, Brenham, there
26-Field Day and Elections, Conroe
27-Senior Skating Party
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TRAVIS B. BRYAN, Presidenf
TRAVIS B. BRYAN, JR., Vice Presidenf J. HOWARD TODD, Assisfanf Cashier
S L. BOATWRIGHT, Vice Presidenf A. L. NOWAK, Assisfanf Cashier
C A. NIGH, Cashier JOHN A. DARBY, Assisfanf Cashier
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