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

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BS, MEQI, MATTYE PEARL HENRY, BA., M.A. English Secretarial Training, Typing l 4' fea- W -'In 1 V vw , U 59, fp. 'R 12" qrfiqy ' kyE'gsN'7gX4...QfEv-I 6 Y jl "xx '-'Q 2 ' f 'ax X - li sp., A f f ,N xl fx '40 if ?'-J? 'Nw O wifi 2 iw 1 fu 1 ' I 'WMI gf. , ,- ik r 2 A ' I .itu ,warg lv ffm ..,N 4 Ai! X ' 445:95 , A- M34 '-"B" If ' A 'F , At J ' x GQ F' fir' ,,, , ..V .l -I ' Q if NE F Q 6 U N 4' VM' Q . ,Mm , V ep ,Q 9x 1 I I2 1- n 3 , if p I -F16 , 1 MRS, BERNICE SCI-INERR, B.A. MARTHA LQU SMITH, BIA., BIS 'l0L1I'll.1llSITl I-iolnenjaking JAMES C. SNYDER Mechanical Drawing Shop DALTON lf. SXVEETEN. BS. GAYLE TODD, B.S. Algebra, General Math Civics, Biology 'Y' iw - MRS. R. VARNELL, B.A. CLAUD P. VASS, B.S., MA English MRS. A. VICK B.A., M.A. Algebra Solid Geometry Trigonometry MRS. MARY IE. VINCENT, Spanish Civics, llconomics, P.lf. B.A., MA. MRS. IJLOY YORK, B.S Biology 1 ll Cz. SQ MR. LEON HAYES MR. G. S. P. CRENSHAW Business Manager Director of Curriculum Offlce Helpers MRS. AGNES BOWEN School Nurse CAFETERIA STAFF: Mrs. Mosely, Mrs. Newcomb, and CUSTODIANSI MF- SCHY. Mf- M3-UIS, MY- Hefmim, and Mrs. Hugghins. Mr. Taylor. . gy' I-nfw ' E il. M . Q!"'.a. -fi' M. .-.. xr.,-, Nik Nw 59-H 1' 3 mm ' x i i 'Q 4 ,JN E , . 's ' 1 if -1: F - 25 31+ X? f ,. 'Y ,4-:N 9 3 un-' 'Qi RONNIE WAYNE ALLEN "Love 'emp leare 'em."' Band 56, 57, 583 Footlights 583 Hi-Y 563 Debate 583 Homeroom President 583 Bar- bershop Quartet 56, 57, 583 Sophomore Frolics 56. CHARLES ANDRUS Ambition: Rule the world with his high school diploma. BONNIE ANGUS "Oh, good grief, you guyJ."' Transfer in 563 Tri-Hi-Y 573 Latin Club 57, 583 Beauty Shop Society 583 junior Play Committee 573 Business Man- ager of Bronco 583 Press Club Secretary-Treasurer 58. GLEN R. BAKER Ambition: Electrician. FFA 56, 57, Third Vice-Pres- ident 563 Junior Play 57. ANNETTE B-ALLENTINE "Ola, crumb, you guys." Homeroom President 582 Transfer 58. MARTHA BATTEN nobr nlyju Student Council Rep. 573 FHA 583 Homeroom Office 583 Vice-President 4-H 583 Library Clubg Future Nurses3 Footlights. JANICE BEAL "Hey, j. D." Yell Leader 57, 583 Secretary FTA 583 Tennis Team 56, 57, 583 Pan-Am 56. 57, 583 Tri- Hi-Y 563 Sophomore Follies3 FTA 57, 583 Homeroom Offi- cer 563 Homeroom President 573 Footlights 57, 58g FHA 583 Valentine Princess 583 Who's Who 583 Thespians 583 Tennis District Cham- pions 57, 583 National Honor Society 573 583 Vice-President Tennis Club 573 Tennis Club 57-58. BARNEY BLACKBURN "Srl:11emeil."" A Cappella Choir 56-582 Thespians 57, 58, President 583 Latin Club 56-583 Pan- Am Club 57. 583 Footlights Club 56-583 Barbershop So- ciety 56-583 Senior Playg jun- ior Rotarian. BILLIE JEAN BLAZEK "Good goth. Ge:-tie." Student Council 563 Band 56- 58, Drum Major 57. 583 Twirler 563 Valentine Queen 583 Valentine Duchess 57: FTA 57, 58: Tennis Team 56- 58: District Champ 57, 583 Footlights 56. 573 National Honor Society 57. 58, Secre- tary 58: XWho's XVho 583 Band Award 583 Girls' State 583 FHA 58: Tri-Hi-Y 563 Girls' Forum Vice-President 58: Homecoming Nominee, Homeroom Office 57. 58. PEGGY BOLTON "Grail lmllv of fire'."' Future Nurses 57, Secretaryg FHA 573 Debate Club 57. 58: Beauty Shop Society 57. 58. I9 JOHN BONIFAZI "I juft dorfl know." Vice-President o f H 0 m e- room 58. MILDRED BONJO Ambition: Secretary. Library Club 56-58g FHA 56. 57, JAKE M. BORISKIE, JR. "Man, you lbe mari." Hot Rod Clubg Student Coun- cil Rep. Alternate. VICTORIA BOSQUEZ "Ola how rle1er."' Pan-Am 56. 581 Girls' Forum Rep. 57, 583 Library Club 571 FHA 53. LINDA BRADY "Te.rl? ll"lJ.11 le,rl??" Latin 56-581 Footlights 56-581 Thespians 57. 58. Secretary 58: Library 57: 4-H 56: Press Club 581 Debate Club 581 Girls' Ex. Coun, 56, JO ANN BROWN "You belief' Ermu' il." DE Club. JOHN LEE BUFFINGTON "lt',r .1 bard life." Pan-Am 57. 581 FTA 585 Footlights 58. CHARLES BURLEY "jceper5."' Pan-Am 56-585 Tennis Team 56, 57: Slide Rule 58: Hi-Y 57. 58g Tennis Club 57, 583 Chaplain Hi-Y 581 Home- room President 563 Junior Class Treasurer 571 Student Council 56: President Senior Class 58. CYNTHIA SUE BURLIN "Ery,fime." FHA 56-58, Vice-President 57: Homeroom Officer 583 Student Council Citizenship Committee 58. GAYLE BURRAGE "G'0tla' Jfudjy f:1rn'd.'l Pan-Amg Vice-President Radio Club 57. 205: JUDY BUTLER Ulllll rl Y.n1ffm'.' Su u'l1.1!.9" IN bn 'Ht' President Beauty Shop Quar- N-nu-ay' tet 58: Future Nurses 57, 583 Press Club 57. 583 A Cap- pella Choir 57, 581 Student Council Representative 58. EUGENE BYARS Ambition Forestry mayor in College Radio Club 56 57 DE Club 57 58, MELVIN BYARS Ge! off my bark DE Club 1012 CRAFT CHARLES CAHILL 5, Ambition: Game Warden. DE Club 56 57' 4-H 56. JUDY CANNON "Hey, 1. D." Homeroom Officer 56: Pan- Am 56-58g Footlights 58g FTA 57-58. Vice-President 58: Girls' Forum, Vice-Pres- ident 58: Beauty Shop Society 585 Bronco Staff 58: Sopho- more Frolics. ANNA JO SLAUGHTER CALLAWAY "C4m'1 win for loringf' FHA: Footlightsg FTAQ Beauty Shop Society. ,ROBERT LANE CARLETON "If you want a place in the run, you hare to expect rome Hitters." Pan-Am 56-58, Rep. 581 Bar- bershop 571 Hi-Y 58: Press 58g Corral Staff 57, 58. Editor 581 XVho's NX'ho 58: National Honor Society 57. 58: A Cap- pella Choir 57. 58: ,lUf1i0l' Play: Senior Play. BILL CARMICHAEL "Au: Bullf' Football Letter 57: National Honor Society 57. 58: Boys' State 57: Latin Club 56-58: Hi-Y 56-58: Barbershop 56- 58: Tennis Club 56, 571 Slide Rule 57. 58: Debate Club S6-58. LINDA CARRELL "Tb.zl',r 1l'f0IIlQ..' Debate Club Officer 57: FHA 571 Hoineroom Officer 57: Footlights 57: Press Club 57: Corral Staff 571 FTA 581 Senior Play. 2I MARY MAUDE CREED "You'ru loo y1ur14q." 4-H 563 Band 56-58: Library Club 56-58. Historian 56-57. Reporter 581 Homeroom Offi- cer 57: Pan-Am 56-58. DONALD CROWLEY "You fool." Track 56. 57. 58. WALTER DAHLBERG Ambition: A rich bachelor. Student Council 56. 581 Homeroom President 57: Ten- nis Club President 571 Band Officer 57: Tennis Letter 57. 581 Basketball 58: Senior Play 58: Valentine Court 58: Hi-Y: Latin: Debatez Tennis: Band: "B" Association1 Choir: Bar- bershop Quartet. ALGIE DAVIS "If you duff! know. Ibwl I u'w1'1 fell wif." FHA 56. 57. 58. CONNII: DAVIS Ambition. Pharmacist. DE Club 57. 58. JANE DELAPLANE "Gee u'lJiz."' National Honor Society 582 Vice-President Homeroom 573 Girls' Forum Rep. 57: Home- room Secretary 58: President Future Nurses 583 Office 58: Tri-Hi-Y 561 Pan-Am 56-581 FHA 58: Junior Degree in FHA: Future Nurses 56-58g Pan-Am Delegate 57: Future Nurses Delegate 58: Corral Staff 563 Bronco Staff 58. LORITA DONAHO "Leif yell . . National Honor Society 58: Pan-Am 56-58. Vice-President 58: A Cappella Choir 56-58, Officer 57: DAR Good Citi- zen A w a r dz Homecoming Queen: Bronco Staff: FTA 57. 583 Senior Favoriteg Tri- Hi-Y 58: W'ho's Wlho 583 Footlights 581 Homeroom Officer 561 Yell Leader 57. 58: Head Yell Leader 58. BETTY DURON "T b a 1 1l'l7Jl'5'01l771dg6gE1' deal." Iran-Am 56-58: Beauty Shop Society 57. 581 Future Nurses 57. 58: Tri-Hi-Y 56: FHA 58: Footlights 56. MARY EDGE "Ark my 110 que.v1i0r1.f. I fell you rm liar." Pan-Am 56-58: FHA 561 FTA 56-58: Bronco Staff 57: Tri- Hi-Y 56. 5'. Delegate 561 Footlights 56-58: ,l U fl i U 1' Play 57. ANN ELLIOTT Lb! Homecoming Nominee: Foot- liglits 56. 58: FHA 58: Home- room Officer: Pan-Am 581 Latin 56, 571 Tri-Hi-Y 56: Band 56-58, Officer 58: Fu- ture Nurses 57. 58. PfCSiLl6f1i 573 Tennis Team 56: Senior Class Officer 58. 23 BILLY GARRISON "How about IlY.1!.7' Football Letterman 57. 581 "B" Association 57. 58: Homeroom Officer 57, 583 Sophomore Favorite: Valen- tine Court 56, 57. LILLIAN GASTON "Oli, IlU.l" FHA 56-58: Merit Award for Office Assistants 56, 58: Fu- ture Nurses 57, 583 Reporter Future Nurses 58: Press Club 57. 58: Beauty Shop So- ciety 58. NORMAN GODWIN "My Pr11'louwr."' Pan-Am 56-58: Footlights 56, 58: Senior Play: Thespians 58. DIANNE GRIESSER "Tb.1l'.r 1l'1'0?Ig,,'i Library 561 Footlights 56-581 Pan-Am 56-58: Future Nurses, Vice-President 58: Girls' Fo- rum Rep. 57: Homeroom Of- ficer 56, 57: Bronco Staff 58. BENNIE GRIFFIN nllnnri lmrd. 1w.7.1y lv.n'd!" Thespians 58: Homeroom Of- ficer 56. 57: Football Man- ager 56, 57: Basketball Man- ager 56: Pan-Am 56-581 Hi-Y 56-58: Footlights 58: Junior Class President: Student Body President: DAR Award: Nal- tional Honor Society: Junior- Senior Play: Valentine King: "B" Association: Junior Ro- tarian 56-58. 'K?'v- KAKEY GRIFFIN "G'rmdm.i i' gr'.1rm1u ."' National Honor Society 58: Student Council 56. 58: Pan- Am 56-58: Tennis 57. 583 FTA 58: XX'ho's XY'hog Foot- lights 57. 58: junior Class Rep.: Tennis Secretary 573 Valentine Duchess: Tennis Letterman: Secretary Student Council. BARBARA HABARTA "YiLe.r."' DE Club 57. 58: Treasurer of DEQ FHA. RALEIGH HALL Ambition: Date with Ann- ette! Alternate Homeroom Repre- sentative 58: Homeroom Offi- cer 57. JOYCE MAY HAMBURG "Off, llmfff fur! j2v'eri01z5." FHA 56-581 Beauty Shop So- ciety: Library 57: Vice-Presb dent Library Club: Homeroom Vice-President 575 Girls' Fo- rum Rep. 56. INIARGO HAINIILTON "-Im! .751 me lrll jdllfly Library Club 56-58: President Library 56: FTA 57: Beauty Shop Society 572 FHA 56- 571 4-H 56. 25 LARRY HUFFMAN "Wim: it il?" "B" Association 57, 583 Sec- retary of Boys' Forum 583 Baseball Letterman 57, 583 Homeroom Secretary 56'58Q Treasurer Senior Class 583 Valentine Court 58. LUCY ANN H UGGH INS Ambition: Youth Coun- selor. Pan-Am 56-583 Footlights 56, 573 FHA 583 Beauty Shop 583 Student Council 573 Home- room Officer 56-583 Choir 57. 58Q Make-Up Chairman in Junior Play. MILDRED LEE HUGHES "Hey, little one." FHA 56-583 4-H 57, 583 Li- brary Club 57. 58. Vice-Pres- ident 58: Future Nurses 58. KATHERYN JEAN HURLEY "Tlmt'll be lbe day." DE3 Pan-Amg Girls' Forum Representative 563 LHC. JANIS JONES "Did you k7I01l'.3'l Footlights 56-583 Pan-Am 56- 581 Convention 57. 58g FTA 58: Tri-Hi-Y 58: Thespians 58: Junior Play Student Di- rector: Girls' Forum Repre- sentative 573 National Honor Society 58. DENNIS JOHNSON "ArriIm.' Like ll"0lV."' ketball 56g Track 56-583 "B' Association 563 Football Let- terman 57, 583 Track Letter- man 573 Golden Gloves 57 JAMES KEMP "Thai do make if nite." Vice-President Boys' Forumg Football Letterman 583 Track Letterman 583 "B" Associa- tion 58. JACK KINDT "You dorfl ray?" FFA Officer. THOMAS KOLBASINSKI Ambition: Major in Math- ematics. Homeroom Presidentg Home- room Vice-Presidentg Alter- nate Student Council Rep, 57g Slide Rule3 Latin Club: Foot- lights: Rep. to Boys' State' National Honor Society. DON KOPETSKY "I7mz't .ffl me 1411-1 -i-H 56-58: Homeroom Offi- cer 57: Basketball 57, SS Captain 58. All-District 58: Sportsmanship Award 58. 27 4-H 563 Football 56-58g Bas- IIII IA I INDI FY 1 1 71 ltr I'HA 56 58 Pun Ain 57 58 cluty Stop Society 8 Homcroom Rep. 58: Tri-Hi-Y T. O. I.. LUTHER, JR. "Hf1ddjd0d.lb,"' Thespians 58: Debate 58g Footlights 56-58: junior Ro- tnrinn 57: Band 56-581 junior Informer 571 Corral Staff 57: Bronco 58: junior Play: Sen- ior Play, PATRICIA MARIE LUZA HGIIIKYF zwb.1I?" Girls' Iforum Rep. 56. 571 Homcroom Rep. 581 Press Clulw 58. Rc-p. 58: Latin Club: Corral Stuff 57. 58. 56. Clulv Editor. JERRY INIARRIOTT "I uymt In be frm." DIE 57. 59. JIIDITI-I MASSII? "I'm ilIllf1L'L'7If.lH FTA: ITI-IA. Officer 57, 591 Homcroom Officcr 56. 55: Footlights: Corral Staff 571 State Dc-lc-gate FHA 56. JENNY INIAYITIIELD "1 z'.Hl'I lurdli' luliuiu . . Pan-Am 56-58: FHA 56-585 Iiootliglm 56, 55. Tri-Hi'Y 57. 58: Prose, Club 58: Office XY'orkcr 57. 581 Homcroom Officer 56. 5": Art Ifclitor Corral 56: Bronco Stuff 57. 58: Girls' Forum Rep. 56. CATHERINE INICALILIYY "OM 'Iliff 7'lll'f'L"1.lI Footlights 57: Library Club. Historian 58. 'IIIVIMY INIc'CI.IfI.I.AN "Yun f.n1'I 1111511 vzu."' FTA: Hot Roll Club: Thes- piimsg Footliglitsz Homcroom Rcportc-1' 5": Sopliomorc Ifrol- ics, IXI I LTON McCfOY "ll"lv.1f do wir lifwzr. 'Cuf- fIl'!7 K Bqlwlmllz 'li i' .1 n s ti c i' from Fmlyosport. CAROLYN INICDONALD Arulwition: Dancc tculclicr. Pan-Am 56. 5': Ifootliglits 56-58: Senior Play. 29 KAY MCDONALD "Howdy do dxlv, Loui.fe."' Homeroom President 56: Homeroom Vice-President 561 Girls' Forum Rep. 571 Soph- omore Secretary 561 junior In- former Business Manager 571 Bronco Staff 57, 581 Bronco Business Manager 583 Foot- lights: Thespians: National Honor Society 57, 58g junior Play Student Directorg Band 56-58. All-State Band: Band Rep. 58: Tennis Team 56. TOMMY MCDONALD Ambition: Be a great suc- cess!" "B" Associationg Hi-Y 56-581 -I-H 563 Latin 56-583 Home- room Officer 56, 57: Sergeant- at-Arms Hi-Y 583 Student Council 581 Track Letterman 56-583 Hi-Y Delegate 58. INIYRNA MCGUIRE "I kid you 7I0f,lU FTA 58: Pan-Am 56-581 Footlights 56-581 Thespians 57. 58, Rep. 583 A Cappella Choir 56-58, Corresponding Secretary 58: Bronco Staff 583 National Honor Society 57. 581 Beauty Shop Quartet 581 junior Play 571 Senior Play 58: Junior Inf. Staff 57. NELL MCLAIN Ambition: Show Business. LHC: DE. DAVID L. MEDINA "lWlmlrba my, Lorenzo?" Pan-American. BILLY MILLBERGER LIONEL MILLBERGER LOUIS MILLBERGER DAVID MOONEY "Look at lfml roolerf' "B" Associationg Baseball Lettermang Football Letter- man: Homeroom Officer. CHUCK MOORE "Lef'5 bare 71 puffy." Homeroom Officer 563 DE 57. 58, Officer 58. PEGGY SUE THAMES "om My goth!" Beauty Shop 585 Footlights 57, 585 Homeroom Officer 56-585 Girls' Forum Chair- mang Junior-Senior Banquet Committee5 Footlights Cap- tain5 Pan-Am American Hour. EDGAR LEE THIELEMANN "Mm, boy, almond joy."' Radio Club 56, 575 Band Letter. CARLA THOMAS "Shoot iz mile." National Honor Society 585 Pan-Am 57, 585 Latin Club 56-585 Library Club 561 Beauty Shop 58: Treasurer 58. Homeroom PETE THOMPSON "Hey, Boogerf' Football 56-585 Barbershop Quartet 1585 Footlights 56-585 Junior Play 575 Homeroom Vice-President 58. JACK THOMSEN "W'lml do you think lbir ir. your birlbduy?" Radio Club5 Homeroom Vice- President. ROBERT D. TURK Ambition: To finish col- lege. Pan-Am 57. 58. JULIA VALENCIA HARDY WEEDON GENEVA WEHRING Ambition To receixe MRS degree Pan-Am 561 Tri-Hi-Y 514 A Cappella Choir 56-58 His- tori1n 58' Bronco Staff 57. 58, Assistant Business Man- ager 57, Editor 585 Corral Staff 585 junior Playg Sopho- more Frolics5 Press 585 Citizen of Month5 Who's XX'ho5 Stu- dent Council 585 Homeroom Officer 56, 575 Girls' Forum Council 575 Student Council Delegate. DENNY WHEELAN Pan-Am 56-585 Hi-Y 56-585 Track 56-585 "B" Association 57. 585 Student Council 58, Treasurer 585 Homeroom Of- ficer 575 TASC Delegate 585 National Honor Society 58. EARL WHITE JO ANNA WHITE "I uxml la be .1 f. D."' Tliespians 581 Bronco Staff 58: A Cappella Choir 56-58, Vice-President 581 Tennis Team 56-58: Tennis Club 57, 58, Rep. 571 Sophomore Class Rep. 56: Girls' Forum Reader 58: Footlights 56-58: Pan-Am 56-58: Future Nurses 57. 583 Sophomore Frolics 563 junior Play Staff: Homeroom Offi- cer 56, 583 Chairman Senior Frolics. GATES WHITELEY "Good grief. C b .1 r I i e B1'0u'z1." Junior Class Chaplain: "B" Associationg Foothall Man- ager 563 Secretary of Hi-Y 58. Chaplain 571 Barbershop Quartet 58: Latin Cluh 56-58, BOBBY WILCOX Ambition: Bum. Homeroom Officer 56-581 Footlights 57. 58: FTA 58, Pan-Am 56. 57: I-Ii-Y 56, 57, Delegate 56: Barbershop Quartet 58. GLADYS BOYETT WILCOX "Dum ff."' FHA 57, 581 Footlights 571 Homeroom Officer 57: -l-I-I 57: Beauty Shop 58, OTIS WILLIAMS MARCIA ANN WILLIAMSON "No, really, I'm reriaurf' Pan-Am 56-58, Tri-Hi-Y 56- 583 Vice-President Homeroom 56: TASC Delegate 573 Stu- dent Council 58. Correspond- ing Secretary 57. Recording Secretary 58g FTA 58: Foot- lights 56-58: junior Playl Band 56-58: Twirler, Vice- President: National Honor Society 57, 58. Vice-President 58, Valentine Court 56, 571 Sophomore Favorite, junior Favorite: Miss SFA: Sopho- more Frolicsg Homecoming Nominee: XX'ho's XX'ho: Citi- zen of Month 57. JAY WILLMANN HIKQIIOYJVIIF. Madimz. pure igz10rrv1ce'." Footlights 58: "B" Associa- tion: Hi-Y 57: Barbershop 58: FTZA 581 Homeroom Officer 57. 58, TOMMY D. WILSON .. , .. Im. N1.1r1.' Hot Rod Club: Homeroom Vice-President 56: Pan-Am 56. H IZNRY LEE XVINE "'I'l1.11 rlmiixr me up." DE Cluh. 37 ROBERT VAN WINKLE Ambition: Graduate from ARM College. GARY WOODARD "The flight-y pu,-poi? if ne'er zferluok IUIlE'.f.f lhe dead go with il." Student Council 563 Home- room President 57: Hi-Y 571 Track Team 57: President Boys' Forum 58. BOBBY YEAGER Ambition: Animal Hus- bandry. 4-I-I Vice-President 553 FFA 56: Footlights 57. 58: FTA 57. 58: Hot Rod 57, MARY LOUISE ZATOPEK Ambition: Travel Around the World. President Press Club 58: Cor- ral staff 57, 58: Assistant Editor Corral 57, 581 Latin Club 56-583 Beauty Shop 58: Bronco 583 Girls' Forum Council 56, 583 National Honor Society 58. CECILIA MARIE ZEMANEK "Ye gadff' FHA1 Future Nurses3 Beauty Shop 583 4-H 56, fm ULDRIC ZEMANEK, JR. Ambition: Race driver. DE Club. JERRY ZIMMERMAN Ambition: College graduate. I-Iomeroom Officer 58: Track 57, 583 Football 56-583 "B" Association. GERALD ZUBIK "Say Doll." Homeroom Psesident 581 Band: Pan-Amg Footlights3 Barbershop Quartet. PICTURES NOT AVAILABLE Alice Neveu Mary jane Walker C xenzbr 7 Cf1O1f1Q.S That toothpaste smile! Dmce INSIL ' QTR ICT LY muff A G XVhxt 1 crux of warn out Qnniurs' Thc KMSCUS thrmvcr Some Beachcomber Hmtntucs. YUM Clffl l1kcItXX1tlmHt-11, 39 - ' I I L if ljunzbrs 15? ,ev Q. 3 4l N .fx X 5' x'WQIs-gf-qu . Q 'L t , - -, 4 . N ' . Q- X 5 , 5. I 1 ,.. Af, xx, A 1 eq ' K X -0 " 3 ill 4 ' fr'-""' J 5 "Sip-up.. 1.-x..,T4' t , ' ' 4,7 . I , , 1 , lv 1 f ,ix A A x W 'W : , A 2 'swan V 55.514, I p w ' - ' 4 ' I x - ' K N-, 'Q" x A 1. . V I ,A www-,,f.1 W Jaw V ---ii at Cliiilt BQlI'l7.ll'.l R. ll. Nilx igrio Sappirigtmi Sclilickcr Hugh Donald Mott Sc-.llc Sqtiy M5 'il si., --- f Dun.xltl Sc hultr i . . M " if l' . ,Ap , .. Tru v i s Sellers Janice Shirlq Schultz Schultz Robert Charlcs Shearcr ihcld blllflC Frankie Donald 'ltihn Angclin 1 5ili0rSlii Skrlmk Smith Smith S idoll x Mary Ann Ann Sifllfld Sullivan Sta-plmnie Swiifforcl john Syptilc F15 lox gs '14 johnny Pat Willianis XVilliams jonnie jimmy YOl1Hg Youngblood Gilbert La Nell Wilson Wilson PICTURES NOT AVAILABLE Roger Canales Donald Hollinger Mitchell Keith Earl Norcross johnny Rocha Mary Alice Velasquez Gerald David Winn XX'inninghag1 53 L unzbr 77c'f101f1Q.s' I 0 n 1 YH u Opn-ning night . , . nt lust. .- - " .. ' 'f 1 .wk Junmx Scmor Pmm Support the ff:LlIN--.ind the Junim' CUSS. flwm' show The Salt Gun 'l'1'.1il at the C3I'L'L'I'I .xml XY'hitc 51.1 14 Fkidduuf Chefs .lt work. V fy X K , 5 Q X , xji Y X' 55 .a-gg. Q 5 k ,.:,.,,q,5' I 'E' ' 6 QS 4 .., , Nh: 5 r Q " asf?- YJ 'H' - K vt xt ' L K 4 U W i Y - N .L Q Q v . X 6 s 5 1.3. ad.-A'4m'1, " N k 'X wslffhd 7 ef.. I VAR. h Q, if o Q4 t .,AfK, , ' ' '4 "" K 'M' -..- Q , sa ' , gi Q: Q A QM .. , D W , . CLASS OFFICERS Pwxizfezzf Kay Cougcr Vjl't"PI'6.fjfJ6'llf Henry Boxlcy Sew'ef41rv1 Beverly Scasta Tregzfzrrer Melva jo Cox Repnrfw' Jo Ann Vincent Qsop omore CAMS 0 1958 56 Q - A "' Sue ' -,. Mnrtlm Q , Hughes ' """f' V Ilsclmcr -FS. s-on ,K Charles Z, 4 Dru ld lllflilli l X L., Jernigan -ft' al' 1- Bob jrmmy johnson 'vs johnson 9 -.4 6' 'J' Gln C ' james 1- V v Tommy D gn,-in Josef' f. I '4A:.':w JUSSY 'f. l l fr 1 A "i , sf, , , l .. In 41' XX'illie , Jack V Kalinec , V 5 Keelirlg 'li ,A 43 4' Francis ' Donald Kmdt Kolremoor lf! JR joe John Konecny Krolczyk 1 l fd 1 . an' .rg .QA n -v-war 'za C 5 "' ' '11, v , ,as 9? -do '13 ob fn. clL'0l'gL' Inlglr-l1.11't Cnml ,Inlmnson .Incl lol ly Frank Kndunkn David Kclmlcnbrink Doris Kunecny Carolyn Kubin f Ja' if I ,n' . 'i' n F 1 X-of 4 bs 'L 8 F. -1. r., jerry LaBoid Evelyn Lawson Josephine Lero Don Little Larry Lucas Jean Lynch Linda Mack -an Q 4 ef. 5 Q.:- ry 1 1-. 4 is , Tl, , Aria v by 74 'Sf Y'f"' 'Man ur Tim Lane Doris Lee Kenneth Lindsey Gloria Lopez Doris Luza Paula Maddox Pattye Mainer 48 L-'uv , . 'gf -a 'Q by 91 - Il-fa! '-il? -X itll? jr? ' ' 4' ff 7 5 . 'lg '57 , f' A QQQL? i f C, ' 45,125 ,GSXR L . '- QT ' - iklszfi. Q :gi , S ., , 1 X I , X' if 'H . 'Q fggvlf Gilbert Lavender Sally Lehr Darlene Linnstaedter Richard Lord Edward Luza jackie McLaughlin Tony Nanriquez Bobby Odstricil Robert Kate Olivcrcz Qs Oln er Charles Patranclla Am i l in Perez Lynn Peyton Norman Pochl Raymond Pope Linda Pat Bonnie Eddie Charles Yeates Wfhite Willard NW ilson Winters l Dorthy NOT PICTURED Concha Caballero Thomas Crockett Robert Gallaway Eillium Graham Sharon Juett Carol Knutsen Carlton Maddox Marie Moreno Dennis Nixon Kenneth Patterson Ioe Quintero jo Ann Roll jimmy Wfright Bill wllly' jimmy Wfhitly XX'ayne White Leon Williamson Mary Wilson joe Womack Alvin Zemanek .' ' -s.'f -I." ',f""K I if 1 ,Q in ! li-1-, .10 .4 eg. -:xx A 's as ' , fx, .,hv,H -N JD on Q. 1"- gy: 415: 1 ff' "Hd f V' -mw- W" B12 OIYS BENNIE GRIFFEN ,II'S'I'IN KIDD Original Dcclgiimtiun TIM lfI'CfHIi Sul Pliicc Dclmtc yn fears cf0Qsf1C fieayue 12212 ers RICHARD NIOORE LINDA ROGERS Vfriting. Poetry Intcrp rotation Alta-1n.itc IfI.I.IfN HOXYffI.I. Pmmtry Irltcrpu-t.1tim1 SHIRLEY BROXYN Dul.1111.1t1wn x '1- -IVDY OIJVIQR Alu-rn.1tc PAMIfI,A DVRRIZ tcmpwxnxnwm Spanking NlfI,I7,"x VIOPI' LINDA HIQADKY l7Ll'.1ir Nlf llli' f f Q' i ,3l5'. xi! 1 ? 3, , X Q Q l I A g l Top. left to right: jim CoVan, Charles Heftel. Bennie Griffon. Bill Carmichael. Robert Carleton. Denny Vfheeland, Ray Stanford, Raymond Leighman, jack Lester. Mike Kerlcy, XYandalecn Phoel. Carla Thomas, Lorita Dunaho, Elizabeth Hightower, Phillip Russel, jack Stockton. Sandra Clark. Ann Sullivan, Donald Cole, Richard Moore, justin Kidd, Margaret Dehlinger. Bozmmx Martha Amis. Ellen Howell, Judy McPherson. Mary Ann Thames, Kakey Griffen, Marcia Xfilliamsun, Billie jean Blazek. Gail Schlesselman, Helen Odstrical, Dale Porter. janice Beal, Florence Haupt. Kay McDonald, Myrna McGuire, Barbara Holloman, Jane Delapane, Mary Louise Zatopek. Margaret Carpenter, Betty Bolton, Yaf1bnafj7Qn or Oczef NENW MEMBERS lil OLD MIZMISERS 1 1 l 7" 1 -.f H 5- 9: 1? 1 -l I 1 V .. iw L 1 OLD MEMBERS: Myrna McGuire. Barbara Holloman. Janice jones. Barney Blackburn. Natlllan Rwmffi, Kay McDonald. Linda Brady. Richard Moore, Raymond Lciglunan. . Pfespzan oczef NEW' MEMBERS: Shirly Brown. Linda Cobb. Judy McPherson. ju Anna XY'lutc. Bvnnic Griffcn. Sandra Clark. Ellcn Howell. Helen Odstricil. ylcancttu Martin. Pam Durrr. Margaret Clarpcntcr. ,lualy Oliver. .lustin Knlrl. Donald Cole. Dax id Lynch. Phillip Russel. Ifarnwt l.cw1s. A 3 , lNlAl1GARlTl' CARPIQNTIIR Clmccrlcaulcr. Tennis Club YW 0 LORITA DONAI-IO Hcncl Cheerleader Vice-President Pun-American D.A.R. Award -ll'DY BICPHERSON JACK LIESAIAER Zncl Vice-President of Girls' Forum PfCSRlC1'lf Of Hi-Y JANICE BEAI. Cliccrlcaulcr. Secretary F.T.A. BILLIE JEAN BLAZEK MARCIA XY'II.I.lANlSON Drum Major Ilccllrdlng Secretary of Studn-nt limly Ist Vice-President Girls' Forum Mniorcttc 'Q 'Fx '--F 1 tl I' BILI, CARMICHAIII. El.IZABE'1'H HIGH'l'OXX'lfR S.llHI.lIUl'iL1H V.1lcdiCtu1'ig111 NIIZ CERIITIZN LORITA IDONAHO fi 1 . - .. nu 5 . ' . " if-k - ' lbw N-5 Q " ' "f" 5 mf'f' 2 NL? fVT:':1hf5's1 ,V df ',lfl4UN.Yl6l i w.1 , f f - .- 'K 1, 4 - , X E , k i f 3 '- . '- ' ,lM 'Jm A 1- "'T , h x' - .. --., tul- W4 I' -n-g-- -Z ks- E01 57 anff csfafc? I. 3? 3, .A --Q ev? . . .WU Q Q 3 ' Ixffwv P - f" 1:04 . . A-. A V., V ,Y - ..1 :Q 9 if .1-1 Frf,11.' mu. left to rightt Bill Llg1fITlfCh1lCl. -Lick Lcster. Richard Moore. BML ffm: Robert Carleton. Clmrlcs Hcrtcl. Don Kopctsky. X Y WW I" 06' . , , BII.I.I If JEAN BLAZEK 1 1 Q ,QQ 'L 82 1 , Nurman Dansby Award JACK STOCKTQN Scrapbooks to Captains BITCH SHEFFIELD JACK STOCKTON Most vmmbli- Plavcr JACK s'roCK'1'ON I X , NUR ,gn GFNITVA XYFHRING ANN PAGIZ LINDA COBB C1,l!l.lQl2.S' ry! S 1169 mnff lltch month thc Student Council nonn- inates and votes for the student thought most uctivc in school activities for that month. The following wc-rc chosen. N A.,-...f KN . 1 . , ,lj '- M V .-.,.,1,,Hh4 'fx-62-5 ' .v,..if+ j 2 i iv-1, l ff1,.,i K, A 9'-4 A -'lv x, Q' . K Us , 'a DALE PURTIZR 'fmf 12, 1 ' 5 V C 1 Jr's'1Q N Klum KAKIZY Il2ANE'l"l'IZ PA'I'RIC,K GRIITHZN MICKEY ROSS IQARI XYHITI gufsfi' R' 1 fn M - fa Y' sr. 4, -? " Y Aff x 9,3 ig if X , Q 8 1 1.2, QQ My ww'-'Q Top. left to right Jeanne Peacock Marilyn Mallard Bonnie Neville Billie jean Blnzek Marcia Xwilliamson f" . i Hill' 6311? Unfrnfll Jeanette Martin Linnlzl Restixu J 'I .Q ' G Q7 -1' 1 .-4.-. QQMLQQOQH 'l'nj1, left tu right lffiufifzlq M.1rth.1 Aluis ,hnizc Hull I.urit.1 173011.11141 Pm XY'ilIi.1m M.1rKg.1rct C .lrpcntur ,K Y 5 1 2? x "sz 1 1' FH p .5 S, 5 5:53. ' ' 3 'fx x... 3 fs 1 2 3 X -55, 5 90 th 7 ' u .-W 3- . .., .ff ,,,,f..,,.w.v.1 -4--v.. I .V -. , n. 14-. En its , ,V if fi 2 f' 'S 1 Q , if ,f M' ff J' 1- r- .f W f 1 3' .5 A ,111 X ,4 -I I . 0 - -.4 ,,- ' Lg? Y 5 2 V ! 5 Qjersonaffzbs ' fa ,P 9l AWA: . "J 1 .-ffl, - ,Q-bait my-Y, , Bt N 1 V 1 ,,c,,.,,, ,gf dw 4596 'Nuff F1325 CS. f A Mfxlzcgm xx'11.1.l,m15ox 32 ilk X552 , YI 4' LORITA DONAHO MICKEY ROSS 8' r dl .-41 digg. fa, , ,. A uf- ,yw ,V ,f.,- MARTHA AMIS JACK CONNOR JOYCE CARGILL HENRY BOXLEY 0 zz In e 9 Q C' I2 0 122 Queen Lorita Donaho receives a bou- quet of red carnations. Homecoming Queen for 1958, Lorita Donaho, was crowned by Captain Lloyd CButchj Shef- field. He then presented her with a bouquet of red carnations. The nominees were presented with long stemmed red roses. HOMECOMING QUEEN: Lorita Donaho HOMECOMING NOMINEES for 1958: From left to right: Barbara Taylor, Marcia Willeaiuison. Billie jean Blazek. Ann Elliot. Lorita Donaho. Aff' "'i lA A HER MA-YESTY AND THE COl'RT--Hom left tn right .ircz -Ive XYtiin.it'k. .Iii Ann Vincent. Glenn Gregg, Judy McPherson. XY'.iltei' D.ilillvei'g, J.iniee Beal. Bennie Griffin. Billie bleiin Blrizek. Larry Huffman, Kathrine Griffin. Bmzos Vprrisco, Melxxi ju Cox, CROXVN BEARERS: Ann Vick and Mike Linney. KING and QUEEN was Bennie Griffin Billie jenn Bliifek Mr. Curl Best entc-i't.iine tlie court. 3 X W w, x i 3- ' vw w ' 1 XIARQH Ol IN IxIXC1 AND QI IIfX M mtl A Xiu u 1 1 1m D11 Mr V 'Y A. v I ' . . X X . 1 1 v, , me I .i. MOST LIKELY TO sl'CCL5ED K.1y P 'fgqf' ' PERSONALITY PILQ Annl McDonald. Cflurlc-1 Hcrtcl. Q- A i xY'I'IifL'. Gguy XY'oodud XY'heel.m. FRIEXDLIIZST lou Cloth' DL-nny .14 A 4 V' Q ' V I . W ., o' , - Fifi ' g' v - -'I 22,51 13' V .-.. . ,nh-X 'noir nyxxvix 4 -- .- ,' 2 "1 'f":'v-3'f,':7I'5?I':'55'4"sQzJ MOST 'l'AI,FN'l'IYD -Mary Ann ,I4l1.lI1lCS, Rich- ard Moore. IIENI Johnny C1.1mcr. -Imncttc Kubin. BEST LOOKIN' Ann lot Hmm Ellison. i 3' xx f 1 L Q X x 1 I I .ll A 0 N I f ' 1 1 av, U Gf A x a 1 JJ-,A ' ,,. 4, .JQ.f:, 1- 5' r mx ii, fi' .r, ' ig. L . 51523, A ,gf I-wgjy ' 52,11-f v EM? dn., -5 .53 5 Sy 5 ? I ik I: 5 Y QTL! 1, 1 fvsf , . K l0l C2 41" Q? ICS Dale Porter, President. Billie -lean Blgizek. First Vice-President: jucly McPherson. Second Vice President: Judy Cannon, Thircl Vice-Presiclentp Helen Otlstricil. Secretary: NY'a1nclalene Poehl Reporter: jo Ann.1 Xlfliltc. Reader. Qffgp 90171122 The Girls' Forum is an organization in which all girls of Stephen F. Austin High School hold membership. Its purpose is to provide inter- esting and beneficial programs that help in making decisions con- cerning special prohlems and vocations. During the year the forum sponsored several school and civic service projects. The theme for the year, "He Leacleth Me." was chosen from the Twenty-third Psalm. Mrs. Vick sponsors the forum. QQ? ,fy 'fix :Y . .SP f YQ a-5. '. Gary XY'oodartl, President: james Kemp. Vice-President: Larry Huffman. Secretary: jack Connor Reporter. ' 0 ys 7 orum Ever bo in the school has membershi to the Bois' Forum. The Y Y P 5 function of the Bo s' Forum is to create interest amon the bo s and Y S Y give them an idea of different vocations from which they can plan a career. The Boys' Forum meets once a month during which they have speakers explain the functions of various careers to them. S i L s plmtxc 4 m Esther dances fur ux. Qzooffyff Zcfz Uzfzes All toqcthcx non' Luok lwmcwar I. Angel Robert Carleton. Pam Dulrre, Pat Foster, Sally Lehr. Pat Lum. Elaine Nc-dbfilek, Collette Thompsen. jo Ann Vincent, Mary Wfilson. Mary Louise Zatopek. ' Our school newspaper, The Corral, is made possible by the endless work of its entire staff. The majority of its workers are interested in some aspect of journalism as a career. However, anyone may be on the staff. The paper is a bi-monthly publication of articles and stories which keep students informed about school activities and all happenings concerning Stephen F. Austin. EDITOR Robert Carleton ASSISTANT EDITOR Mary Louise Zatopek XX 'V J-+1 Qs' wrt' . .. 3. T li!!! A Dcgc. M. Amis. I.. Ball, Bond. J. Cargill. I.. Cobb. I.. Cothran. L. Donalio. D. Eildinx. M. F. Haupt. J. Hoppe-ss. E. Howell. J. jones. S. juctte, J. Kulwin, J. Lyncli. J. Martin. M. Mufny. J, McPherson. S. Nixon. A. Page. A. Porter. E. Price, M. Ransom. B. Sample. V. Smith, P. Spcll. A. Stanford. P. Stiilliam, M. Thames. Trenclcman. C. Turk. I., XXlllL'Cl,lI'l. M. XYillia1nson. KI. Xlfilson. -I. Young. CONVENTION DELEGATES Elo Haupt. IC-an I.yncl1. Judy McPherson PRESIDENT VICEYPRESIDENT SECRETARY REPORTER CHAPLAIN Elorcnce Haupt l.ou Cotliran Ann Porter Sliarlcnc Nixon Elaine Pricc E fl' If' T9 Beautiful Spanish dancer. And next on the show .5- 79012- F' . 1229170012 577 CfIUI1!1QS ..,.v, .-Q. A me . 'W E? Q ,f :Q . -L53 Is that blindfold on tight? jo Anna breaks the Christmas pinata. Look at 'em go! Getting ready for the big swing. Xvlwt are they looking at? 09 3, 1 X v V-I . ,, ig..- -.L.'1.2," B. Angus, A. Ballentine. L. Brady, J. Butler. R. Carlton. M. Carpenter. S. Carrell. E. Daniel. P. Durre, P. Foster, L. Gaston. R. Hall, E. Howell. C. Johanson. D. Jernigan. J. Kee-ling. S. Lt-hr, K. Lero. P. Luza, J. Mayfield. S. McElfish. B. Mehn, E. Nedhnlek. J. Oliver. J. Vililling- ford, M. Zatopek. G. XY'c-hring. One of the foremost objectives of the Press pfjjfess Club this year was to acquaint the members with the method of publication of the high school paper and the yearbook. Informa- tion of careers in journalism, field trips to local newspaper plants, and radio and tele- vision studios, and participation in state press conventions were made available to the group. PRESIDENT VICE-PRESIDENT SECRETARY REPORTER be Mary Louise Zatopek Pat Foster Bonnie Angus Pat Luza 57:,f'rT ' ,7 Andert. L. Barnes, R. Batten. M. Batten. J. Birdwell. J. Bonifnzi. J. Bruns. M. Carpenter, Cargill, J. Cargill, J, Fazzino. J. Fisher, F, Forsthaff. J. Gilnmre. K. Hnllaran. M. Hughes. F. Kadanka. F. Kindt, J. Konecny. D. Kopetsky, J. Lcru. K. Lindsey, M, Muzny. J. Nash. C. Nichols, J. Novosad, N. Nuche, Potts. B. Powers. C. Siilvaggio, S. Schulz, S. Shirley. B. Siegert. B. Stevener, M. Triola. J. Urso. K. XX"est. M. XVhire, J. Xlifilder. J. E. The 4-H Club was formed in order to in- 43 6 terest young people in better practices of farming and homemaking through demon- strations and projects and to make im- provements in home and community life according to the club motto "To Make the Best Better." PRESIDENTS Joe L'rso. Marlene XX'hite VICE-PRESIDENTS Martha Batten. Bobby Stevener SECRETARIES Jane Fisher. Don Kopetsky REPORTER Elaine Cargill COLTNCIL DELEGATFS Laneill Barnes. Ken XVest QI 'S .F li 1 . .4- D M. Batten. M. Berger. M. Bingham. V. Bosquez. XV. Church. Delaplanc. B. Duron. l. Duron. P. Fridel. S. Gaston. E. Glover. B. Greene. D. Griesser. R, Hall. P. l-lnrdwickr M, Hughes. S Hughes, S. jackson. J. jones. F. Kindt. B, Laijo. D. Lee, D, Lindsteader. j. Lynch. P. Maddox, S. McElfish. B. Ogg. K, Ponzio. M. Putskn. N, Robinson, M. Ruffino, C. Ryan. D. Sclmuclies. J. Schultz. C. Thompson. M. Trant. C. Turk, L. NX'hec-lan, XX"hite. J. XY'hite, Cf. Zimonck. The Future Nurses, under the sponsorship of Mrs. Bowen, is an organization which enables girls who are interested in nursing as a career to study the profession. As their projects, the club visited local hos- pitals and the Childrens Therapy Center. PRESIDENT VICE-PR ESIDENT SECRETARY TREASYRER REPORTER II8 jane Dc-luplnne Diane Griesser jane White . Jenn Lynch Lillian Gaston gufure uzises K Tj ' 5 7? I Ex 3 'X U' ,.. Q A f" M illi- Mx , C. Arnold, P. Bolton, A. Bnmonskic, A. Brown. E. Burt. E. Burkhnltcr, F. Byars, M. Bycl N. R. Clary, C. Davis, B. DcH41rt. L, Free. N. Gcrkc. B. Hnbnrta. J. Hurley. P. Kirby, XY' johnson, P, Kcefer. N. McLain, J. Marriott, C. Moure. C. Nash. Rnupc, M. Sakorski. A Sodol.1k, R, Stewart, D, Trcju, M. Valcnm. M. VI. Wlxlker. O. XX'illiams, H. XX'inr:, lf Zcmzmck. Z1.9fr15uf1Ue PRESIDENT Ninn Ruth Clary FIRST v1cE.PR12s1D12x'r mme mkmki agglcaflbn SECOND VICE-PRESIDENT Chllfk Moors SECRETARY Annette B mvxxnrv nskis TREASYRER Barbara Hnburtn REPORTER I. LJLI1 S Frcf: i"'Y" 'rw' Jig Q1 qv- SXY'EIi'I'HEART Nina Ruth Clary .gg Wind, C. Burley, B. Carmicheal, J. CoVan, A. Current, J. Hudson, T. Kolbansinski, J. Lester, K. McDonald, G. Moore. L. Parker. QSAQQ Tak A new club, the Slide Rule Club, has been organized at S.F.A. The club was organized just before the Christmas holidays and began meeting in January. The club meets every Monday, and on the second and fourth Wednesdays of each month. The members of the club have learned how to multiply, divide, find the tangent of an angle, and expect to take logarithms toward the end of the semester. The club is constantly practicing their operations in every class during the day. Each member is trying to become faster and more accurate in his calculations each day. .Gt 5 QU 4 , v I R. Batten, R. A. Bell, J. Birdwell, T. Brady, J. Fazzino, T. Crockett, J. Gray, B. jones, D, Kindt. J. Kindt, G. Kopetsky, P. Lero, L. Locke. L. Maxwell, E. Northcutt, T. Riley, R. Rosprim, G. Sherrill. XV. Smith, B. Stevenson, H. Weedon, D. XVilliams, E. XX'hite, G. NX'hite, J, Wfright, PRESIDENT VICE-PRESIDENT SECRETARY REPORTER PAR LIAMENTARIAN Earl Vfhite Thomas Riley Gary Sherrill Earl Northcutt Hardy XX'cedon gufure arm ers IKEA. SXX'EETHEAR'IA Marcin Ransom OI 'STAN FIR ST S' - r 'Www--.-,,,, ,f -3 0 ' 9 ",- Q.. fr'-"", f" no-"' ' .-ff! F,.MA . 4 'I :lik DING FLYTVRE FARBIER POULTRY AXVARD Ealtl Xxfhitc Gary Shfffil These awards were presented at the annual banquet honoring the Future Farmers of America. VATE BANK AXVARD DAIRY AXYARD Benny -Innes Furl XY'hite H Q 19 -.,, O 5 K .Q S Y I . Boxelv. M, Burlchalter. B. Carmichael, 1. Carrier. -K. Connor. H. Cortez, J. CoV.in. XY. Dahlherg, Q Enloe. B. Ciarrison. li. Griffin. l.. Griffin. j, Head. A. Herrera. C Hurtel. VI. Hudson. I., utfrnan. D. johnson. bl. Kemp. 'If Nlcllonald. R. Al.lI'Sl1.lll. D. Mooney. K. l".lll'.ll'1L'll.l. li. Phipps. S Piccolo. J. Rocha. M. Ross. R. H. Schliclcer. H Seals. li. Sheffield. R, St.int'ortl. -I. Stockton. P Thompson. D. XX'heL-len, G. Xlvliitelv. XX'1llm.1nn. YI. Zimlneringin. ly I A M 7 7 55001011012 The "B" Association is an organization consisting of all boys who have earned letters in any of the sports offered. These boys work hard and must maintain a good scholastic average to belong. Member- ship is for life. and the supporters of the organization are the lettermen who have graduated. CSS S 'Rx 9' A. Anderson. j. Beal. 0. Beal. M. Bingham. li. Bolton. C. liurlcv, E. Cargill. M. Chapman C. Collier. XY. Dalilherg. N. llzver. j. Fisher. S. lfleckenstein. K. Cvritfin. R. Hodges. D. Huqhesl S. Lehr. J. Nash. E. Nehalelc. S. Pate. I.. Potts. A. Porter. J. B, Roberts. G. Thomas. F. XYiheat J. XX'hite. j. A. XYhite, P. Vifilkins. M. XX'ilson. 1, XX'inslow. The Tennis Club consists of students who . K 31' 6 . . . . 9121213 U play and are interested in tennis. The main objectives of the club are to promote tennis and increase interest in tennis, to stress good sportsmanship. to gain a better knowl- edge of tennis by providing speakers at the meetings, and to sponsor an invitational wilt -Q.-.Q tennis tournament. PRESIDENT. Sammy Pate VICE-PRESIDENT Vilrlter Dahlherg SECRETARY Gwen Collier TREASURER Elaine Ncdhalek PROGRAM CHAIRMAN Bill rga ret Chapman J, Allen, R. Allen, B, Blackburn, H. Boxely, B. Carmichael, B. Carrier, L. R. Carter, B. Corbusier, B. R. Dansby, S, Enloe, G. Gregg, R. Hall, A. Herrara, D. Holleman. G. Inglehart. Kidd, T. Lame, R. Leighman, J. Lester, D. Lynch, -1. McClellan, D. McCormick, IE. Nash. J. Roberts, G. Sylvester, P. Thompson, G. Whitelyr, B, Wilcox, J. Wiliwian. D. XX-'inningham. C, Yeates, J. Youngblood, G. Zubik. J afger cgfop cgoczezy The Barbershop Society is for boys inter- ested in music and singing. This organiza- tion gives the boys a chance to sing for their enjoyment and give a few informal performances. The society meets every other Monday under the direction of Mr. Carl Best. PRESIDENT . ,... David Winningham VICE-PRESIDENT ....... . , Ronnie Allen SECRETARY-TREASURER . .... . . James Allen Ca? .say- .ri fx 5 -ax N' 1-p !!! , .-Mfg, A iii' 5. 9 2 .44 yn ...A V if .f ' ,nt .. ,,.o 15. 1. ,--nf' . -,kizswl 3? .1 ',' .- ?5.x.f2' T 3 Af, w....AVT fm ' 4 JY 1. SQ mg 952 ' Q PX v fm . ,- ,,. W. xg f .H .,,,. Kr A ,Ur ww , if 14 'Rx X f- -S ' 4- MT gf M il xl fi! K if K .P I , ku 1 'e...fafq. , f'..ff12 3 1 5 ik kv X. 432 '12 .23 wi f ie- .' .ni 5.4 A .Q 'ffm' , 'fsfi x .- -1, . ,A W 1 9 K..-fr, 469' 'fziifg 9' 132' if " pf". M212 . . W. - I A 0 AP QQ J QW xi! " 3 fs '- -1 fi' , YQ . L f,.V.w-f R 1 I E.. f - . . f QQ it " 4 - .4 if if 5 5 S? ,f-Mm.. . A S 5.1 'Ext' XX .wsrffx ' "gf u . A 'a...X"M V -. ,Y ff 'X x ,I Akkfix f J 45 ., '-- f N' 'Sili E+ 1 .- 1 ia 2 r . Q ' ' ' F htel Q., 1 'fm x .pq X 5. l28 ' .Z J!! 9. K .r is Li W V 1, , sq' sda' hnnaninin.. Dram.-l PICCOLOS AND FLUTES: Billie Jean Blazek, Mary Ann Thames, Judy Foster, Jeannie Peacock E FLAT CLARINETS: Kay McDonald. Marilyn Mallard. B FLAT CLARINETS: Jim CoVan Nelda Jopp, Edgar Thielemann, Eugene Cordero, Florence Haupt, Ann Elliott. Naomi Montoya. Margaret Dehlinger, Norma Kindt, Beverly Compton. Paul Beard, Judith Oliver, Carolyn NX'hite. Nancy Dorsey, Brenda Brown. Dorothy Zweifel, Melinda Vaquera. Irene Cantu. Sandra Clark. ALTO CLARINETS: Jeanette Martin. Bonnie Nevill, Diann Hollar. BASS CLARINETS: Alvin Schiller, Brad Cook, Lanny Burkhalter, Billy Powers, BASSOONS: Marcia Williamson, Beverly Scasta. ALTO SAXOPHONES: Gail Schlesselman. Jack Connor. Judy McPherson. Sara Dillingham. Linda Restivo, Eddie Daniel, Billy Frank Meads, Jackie McLaughlin, Jimmy Andres. TENOR SAXOPHONES: Leo Grimaldo. Charlie Munoz, Charles Ribardo. BARITONE SAXOPHONES: Leslie Morello, Jimmy Bruns. CORNETS: Ray Stanford, Roger Ayers, XY'alter Dahlberg, Jack Morris, Charles Dyer, Tommy Nelson, Leon Krolczyk, Anthony Boatcallie. Robert Moore. David Kehlenbrink, Stephanie Elliott. FRENCH HORNS: Sammy Pate. John Allphin. Lunette Fazzino. BARITONES: Jimmy Potts. Leon Willinghann. Larry Parker. TROMBONES: Richard Moore. Robert Shearer, Johnnie Garner, David McCormick. Sammy Enloe. Tommy Daniel. John Krolczyk. BASSES: Teddy Tumlinson. Joe Dan Urbanovsky, Frank Bravenec. Ronnie Allen. Charles Yeates. Dick Scott. PERCUSSION: Tommie Wledel, Buddy Luther. Bill Wfallace, David Lynch, Mary Creed, H. A. Taylor, Patricia Gasek. BELL LYRE: Emily Crouch, Judy Ferguson. STUDENT DIRECTOR: Stephanie Elliott. DIRECTOR: Mr. C. B. McGown. C. B. McGOXX'N. JR. Director BILLIE JEAN BLAZEK K.O.R.A. Band Award JIM COVAN John Philip Sousa Award Q.. X Six, Six, :Rx S- yv 'ld Ei - "I 22 A V i ' Q' hu.. Exp 'Hgh F'4 Q- "1 A 4 S OFFICERS: Judy McPherson, Uniform Technician: Jim CoVan. President: Kay McDonald. Reporterg Roger Ayers, Instrument Techniciang Judy Foster, I.ibrarian1 Ann Elliott, Secretary-Treasurer: Jimmy Potts. Instrument Techniciang Marcia XX'llll.ll1lSUII, Vice- Presidentl Sammy Pate, Librarian: Billie Jean Blafelt, Drum Maiorg Leslie More-llo. I'niform Techniciang Stephanie Elliott. Student Director. J ronco Zan In the latter part of August the Bronco Band began practice for the 1957-58 school year. Before school started they also marched in the rodeo parade. School started and the band played for all the football games and pep rallies, including the homecoming parade. In October and November the band members held their annual Birthday Calendar drive. It was a great success. In December the band marched in the Christmas Parade. Also in December the Bryan Chamber of Commerce held the annual Bronco Band Banquet. At this banquet Billie Jean Blazek was awarded the Outstanding Band Member Award, presented by Casey Jones for K.O.R.A. In January the district band tryouts were held in Navasota. Jim CoVan, Nelda Jopp, Kay McDonald, Leo Grimaldo, Richard Moore, and Jeanette Martin made the district band. Of these six, Jim, Nelda, and Kay went on to play in the regional band in Alvin. Kay then played in the All-State Concert Band in Galveston. In February the Bronco Band traveled to New Orleans to the Mardi Gras. They stayed three days and marched in the seven mile Parade of the Krewe of Hermes. In March a few Bronco Band members weiit to the Sam Houston Music Festival. In April the band exchanged concerts with Consolidated. May 2 the band presented the Spring Concert, followed by a dance and reception. Jim CoVan was awarded the John Philip Sousa Award for Out- standing Musicianship. May 10 the Broncos held their contest for solos and ensembles, and had their hayride and picnic. And May 26 a selected few from the band played for the Senior Com- mencement Ceremonies. Seniors lx ll H .J CLARINETS TROMBONES BARITONES BASSES 3'- FI.l"lAE9 SAXOPHQNES QSQCfIOI2-5' BASSOONS CORNETS TRI 'MPETS FRENCH HORNS up ql PERCVSSION a...1 . ' K Q "- :figs .Q . ' QT 4, '-, 'wh M, AI I 'xv I I 'X' J' In MARCIA VIILLIAMSON K A .QQQLAS ' r. .,- . -.fjigffflg , v coz? ers Drum Mayor BILLIE JEAN BLAZEK MARILYN MALLARD LINDA RESTIVO .2 ' ' p,4.9 ZIS XX Q' s -,xv 'J b N ag "Q: ' -A-1, . , . JEANETTE MARTIN 5 4 I, '11 .pw .bg N" L51 BONNIE NEVILL JEANNE PEACOCK Zjan J7c'f1D12'1Q3 ru Chustm s IL Aa. Beauties of thc- bZ11'I'LlLkS Smilc. uludy. -I -f! just us Texans. Now, XYindoIT Gut cx crything? 'v xii ML All gxlmmrdf lsclcs M.1Il.1rd vs. Dynamitu Olxwr C1 3 L A-f ,, t 4 C G K-P tv- vw C3 AI.TO SECTION A, Stplnfurcl, I-. Donalho, A. Sullivan, J. A, VC'hite. rl, Kubin. j. Foster. j. Vincent. J, jones. J. XX"hite. IE. Price. J. I-Ioppess. B, Taylor. M. Thgimes. D. Eddins, B. Compton. B. Ogg. 'Y -1 BASS SECTION J, Youngblood. B. Ciirniichncl. I., Grif- fin. T. TumlinQon, B. Corbusicr. IS. Dansby. F, Dobbs. H. Scale. S. Mon- toya. J. Kidd. XV. I-Iokc, SOPRANO SECTION J. Marriott, C. Ryan, Iiutlcr, P S ell. If. Howell. E. Crouch. P, Mad P dox. j. Lime. B. Iiutler. Ii. Thomas. G Wfehring. B. Gilwlws. M. Ransom. S Dillinglmni. M, McGuiru. C? . .' I If I TENOR SECTION R. Ayers. C. Ycates. R. Lcighman. G Inglc-hurt, B. Blackburn. G. Sylvcstcr J. Lestat, D. XX'inninglmm. S, Swaffortl A. Hugghins. vl. Allen. G. XX'attingcr J. Ferguson. N. Montoya. 7 f 'sw I ,X 1' , . s I . I I I wwuw:lisa2wsf4mg,i ,E eg , S I I 1 1-. K ,YQ ,,.x:A -K -k,, PH ,v in Lv 21? ug5 Tru H: 5 4 . I I 53 3 77c'f1k11f1?.s' 4' Qgepfemger 5-School started 13-Port Neches fherej L W A " 20-Liberty Qherej 27-Cameron ftherej The team in action! ow? 'EM' 'WP '- W'elcome. Soph0mOrCS! sv. V vphli Hail. Bryan High sfhoox! Ki" that Pn""'Cf? Dad sold Sa1lly's hog away OCf059f' 2-Senior rings 4-Killeen Qtherej 9fDr. Sutton spoke 11fLa Marque fherej 12--Leadership conference 18-Brenham Ctherej 25fEast Mount fherej Jenny and Mickey present Horseshoe. Bronco spirit nt yell practice!! Benny speaks at leadership conference U 96' S iz. To 'SLL5 Ny After-game dance at Rec. Seniors show off rings! Q E65 K ' 1,:?W?W"'h N X -5 4 , ' if N SX I. .Xu :N f ,Q ,., 5 r :XX if 5 . X I . In 'C :-av: 'Q Z, sg, 3 ' . A , Q-11:1 6-R ' ' .4 ,'f4t,'?.'g Q, , f. 4 I. ,. 1+ 4, iunww Q A ,I ,1- -Q? - ' : :fx --. f f x I F Q ,, -- i' rt- ' f - 4 L ..-MJ I N I 3 J Q 1 s hm-1 S., .ll A 'C gf 4 51 'I Y 7- I A-1 5 h - ia. f 1 F1911 6' A 53: , A A I ' ' Y 1 nw A -.. . 4- iQ ...I The cast gets a pep talk. "TOO Mrs. Jordon Mr. Jordon Terry , Phyllif Harrie! Mrf. IVrighf , , Cindy Miriam H oliday Demzif , Hank Bizzk ,, Clnylmz Gram , Slafzrou Dfzplafze Jeanette Martin Ellen Trenkman Lanny Burkhalter Esther Norcross Margaret Chapman Mae Goodlet Donald Cole ,, QQ YOUNG, TOO OLD" EXTRAS Go, man, go , , Direflor , L Ann Page S Justin Kidd , Sandra Clark S Linda Cobb E, S Judy McPherson , , Ann Sullivan Gene Thomas ,, Ellen Howell David Lynch ,, Phillip Russell , Windol Wfeaver Jimmy Youngblood S ,, Judy Oliver Jackie Lane ,, Ann Porter Barbara Thomas Hardy Faulk H. A. Taylor Gwen Collier Stephanie Swafford , Sfudezzt Direrlor Problems, Ann ? A Is everybody happy? What a mob! JUST FOR US THE STARS DO SHINE, WERE THE CLASS OF FIFTY-NINE Q 6k.!'.aD 'u ZGCQII26xeI' Z-Football Banquet 3-Atomic Energy Assembly 4 1,4-Christmas Dance f 'xl' 16-Band Banquet 20-Christmas Holidays Begin A' " 21-F.F.A. Sweetheart Dance ABN I . Qi RW.. N-4 i 5.5 O ' ' ' UHRISTMAS Glutwns in the Chfmmas Pl3Y- The Ch0ir's Christmas Serenade. 6' 1 qfv -24fMid-Term Exams fax dI2UdIy 17- M.O.D. Talent Show 25--lf.H.A. Sweetheart Dance We'x'c- just got to pass those exams! 1.2! SQXRVT ! his U JD C0 X Let s get together, gurls. Mama sings at Talent Show, I.or1ta and jackie make a sale. ,...n 2 gegflldly 1-M.O.D. Dance 4-6-Iowa Test 7-Valentine Court and Valentine Dance 12-Snow I ! 13-Band goes to New Orleans me fl l rrmfer PEW by A T I- New Orleans or bust!! 4'-"1 I A ii U ffm SNOXY! K ., ::" If 45,112 Q.. 5 N - 'J .a.... King Benny is crowned. Sweethearts at Valentine Dance. M.O.D,'s King Mickey and Queen Martha, PN ,N Te Friends, Romans. uuuntrymen A T E 4,1 sq QZZZUQCA 6-V-Green and Vifhitc Caine 19fI.atin Slave S.1lc 22AfLL1lil1 Bmquct 28ffPan-Am Anutcur Hour Mary Ann and Ihc Buys. XYc'stwurd Hof The 'Iunim'a, I Caesar reigns. 4fv 44 0 THE' RE we XVe're the class that's mighty great. XVe're the class of '58. "YOU CANT TAKE IT WITH YOU" Effie O'Keefe Pezzelnlbe S-1t'!IIIl0l'6' Rbefm Pan! S'1L'rl1I1Ul'b' Mr. De Pizzmz Elf 0'K5'c'fc' Dmmld Gimlzfjm, illllfffll Vfzzzdwlynf Afire S11 fimzore illr. Hemfeixfozz. Rezeuzze Offirer Tony Kirby , Bam' Kolezzknz' Gay llnellizzxgfozz Mfr. KiI'!7'1' Mr. Kirby The C-M1111 Man M1111 Grmzzf Dm'lye,f,r Dii'erf0iir The Cast gathers arouncl, Carolyn McDonald Lintla Carrell Joyce l-lamburg Barney Blackburn Cates Xwhiteley Buclaly Luther Sammy Iinloe Richard Moore Myrna Mafiuire Robert Carlton Vifalter Dahlberg Norman Goodwin Nathlan Rezzotlii Jeannette Kubin Bennie Griffin Sammy lfnloe Denny XY'heelan Charles llertel Marcia Xlfilliamson Mrs. Marie MCDonalil Miss Mae Gootllett W N .4 Ain't Gates cute Q 1 5 . 1 VV O VV Artist at work, It's Pan'Am Day. R.E.XXf. Quartet-Ellen, Mary Ann, Barney, and justin, Attention. Senores and Senoritas! exif 1. ,exe ,., jpflf Song, of Lister 13 Rel Fmph Week 3 8 Faster Holidays Pan American Day 19 unior Senior Prom 24-Senior Play 25 Iield Day and Llections 29 D E Banquet 14" , tl . " 11fUnited School Assembly 14- . - ' The junior-Senior Prom fun. Right, Linda? P A l SUFC XVBS ' wr "I.awd, sav-a mah soul" by the Sherman High Choir Supporting Orel? Nope. Oren BeaL! Sega Cady Sludeizt Body: President: Vice-President: Secretary: C lfzrf Preririezztr' Senior Class: Junior Class: Amzufzl Slaffx Editor: Assistant Editor: Business Managers: Assistant Business Managers: Preridezzi BUJJ' Forum: Prefiffefzt Girly' Forum: 1957-1958 Senior: Lorita Donaho Janice Beal OFFICERS 1957-1958 Bennie Griffin Mickey Ross New Office Charles Burley Brazos Varisco Geneva Wehring Ellen Howell Kay McDonald Bonnie Angus Stephanie Swafford Gary Woodard Dale Porter YELL LEADERS LJ Pat Williams Martha Amis 1958-1959 1958-1959 Justin Kidd Ronnie Marshall Ellen Howell Jeanette Martin Eric Nye Ellen Trenckman Joyce Cargill Sharlene Nixon Kay Hart Betty Roys Hugh Seale Ann Page Margaret Carpenter Pat Williams junior: Melva Jo Cox fzmior: Margaret Carpenter Senior: Martha Amis 1255 I Ja ' ' 'fi P , Sally Lehr 4 . rf, Q Martha and Ellen harmonize at Junior-Senior Banquet. They're having their last fling on the Senior Trip. , Happy. Flo! 'Q -g-'v'-1-'--f - " 2-Band Spring Concert 3-junior-Senior Banquet 4-Choir Spring Concert 6 9 25 26 26-28 Way "B" Assn. Bar-B-Q Officer Installation Baccalaureate Commencement Final Exams 1 , - , v 5 J - lt, ' ' 2 1 5 f-- Serious. but eager seniors await the big moment. ,ar f ., Next years major officers pose after their installation. Perfect replicas of the "Roaring Twentiesn-A Jenny, Ann, and lNIary. Dr, Perry F, Wkrlwh speaks calaureate. Zaccafa ureafe ancf 60112122912 C6112 e12f Q- 1 ff: 9' ,, . xiii 1 ff? P . my ,VL J ' 42 f" . W ? A wr . Y porf Slit-t't'it-ld iimlxu x'1lrxl.1gr' fur Ll first tluxxn g1g.xinwt Piirt Nullm, unc uf tliu st1itc's tmp AAA lL'Llll1i. 'lille Intlmns mint' luck xxutli S tmiclnliixxrlx in tlic' tiitirtli ilLI.lI'lL'l' tu lvnplt tht- liruncug in thuir st-.17 snn opctwr. 206. Conner Carries the lmlll Lll'Ul1HQl lcft 4-ml, Scoring bf cxcry qu.1rtcr, ClilINCI'Oll.S Ya-muon im'1'c.tsul thc irc from S5-27' to 40-27 in tht- lust 3 minutes of thc gains tu ruin the Brcmnciw lwpcs. ,,-.- Shultz'5 tackle jars the lmll from it I..1m.1rquc Tiger, as Scale tries tu cwwr tht fumble. Lnmnrquc lmltccl it Bronw TD dfixp six yards from 1119 gtul ling And won the game by it difference of 1 point, ll-12, Phipps scores lirynn s lone tuucl1tlmx'n .lgmnst the powerful Killccn Ktlngmims, On tlwir min field. Killeen UYL'l'PUNK'L'I'CQl tht- Brunws fwr .1 final score of Sri-T l57 , . 1 - ' l5l1IxI1 Pmppx xtupx lir'cnh.mts h.1lrh.ul4, D11'l.llX lhc liumcm ruuxul tha-ir that ,illll Ullll' liwtmr llcrmt .lt mc lumix ul thu Luhs. NS-ll. l Burklmltcr goes over as Phipps lays thc key hluck sccwmlw later, Hmm-wmsng suv the Brfvnws turn lulk thu Conroe Tzgcrs. HAIR N 'N itocktun ix .llwut to catch .1 pass mor his right slwulllcr uxth .1 Nlustang in hut purxuit. Thr liwrxcws won thru' tint Llistmt gmm- .ls they lm-.lt Al 1 1- L mu IS- L NINllLV glci arc c S ll uncuk thnra r. gmt f ' , funnel' .ml . cfficld 4" ' 1 ' Smi gon 'lim-. .F Kr' 'Q' .mn zk I . . 1 ...gi .-I V l f 4-fp" Y D a 1-5 in t., 1 ..- ,m 7132! A 121 2 Top :ou Coach Peck Vass Don Kopetsky Rrchard Guinn, Ray Stanford. Louis Griffin, XX1ltcr Dahlberq B from nu Nferxm Peters Ronme Mnshall. Henry Boxlcy, Kennqth PLlfl'.1l"lCIILl, Q G 112 COFQS ALDINE CONROE BRENHAM HUNTSVILLE SNHLEY ALDINE CONROE BRENHAM HUNTSVILLE SMILEY BRYAN BRYAN BRYAN BRYAN BRYAN BRYAN BRYAN BRYAN BRYAN BRYAN rag COACH JOHNSON. CAPTAIN KOPETSKY. and COACH VASS T.. L.......,....4,..-,. , A ,,,,,, h 1 5 w . V- 4 3 I M , A 5 V E I ' . 13 N 'L ka- -er . 1 A I L 5+ " 1 Q. A I ,lv ,kk A ' N... M4521 'if L A AQ! fl V 1 A lff4?xX'! f 5.5!-Fx fi' Sf,IULJlv714Q.' Carroll Mochlman. Alwillmm CHIIICI. Rol.md Hnxuixng. -lay limb Roberts. ,Inc XX'um.1ck. CQo.1c'l1 jolmscm. lx'm'Jn1.q.' jacob Bull. BIIIIUS Vnrisfu, .Iuhn Mnhis. Hugh Sullc. MANAGER DONNY LI'I"l'I,I' -Yv- I6I 1 i S 3 fBdSQ6dJ "PNCK" VASS Conch JIMMY HEAD Manager 'lhji mn: -liiiinii' llc-ml. Hvnry Cortex, Lcwis Griffin. Milton Xlcflwy, ML-ivin pL'lL'l'N. Glenn Lircgg. Butch Slicfliillll Dnxiul Mooney. Annstafio Hcrrcm. Bill Civrlviisicr, Ifniil Munlixins, 51i'fu1J rffzfx c3.ll'l'Ull Mm-liIni.m. Billy Dun Catalina, Henry Huxley. .Incl-4 Stwcktwn. Alulinny llwclni, ,lot XYuiii.ul4. R. H. SL'llllL'liL'I'. Hugh Scala. 'lou Mnircnw. Bfflfffm wif. Pinky fi.ll'll. Ou-n liuil. -lulin Hcricixi, -Liurlw limil. vlainu Yluscy. I.41r'ry Huffman. johnny Hudsvn. Mickuy Russ. Stcphcn Gonguixi. Xu! fV1L'l'IH'ccf.' Riclnliml Gwinn. I an if- - A . . ' ' my if 5 me 1 QXYA1 HF Rf 'U Y XVY44. 94 ,pa f y 1 I 'J' as .,,.,1 ev' ' 'E Y W Hi: Q mi We' w w JA Bryan 1 Bryan 15 Bryan 2 Bryan 2 Bryan 7 Bryan 4 Bryan 9 Bryan 5 Bryan 2 Bryan 8 :l'Bryan 9 ?Bryan 3 :l'Bryan 4 YBryan 10 Bryan 7 3Bryi1n 1 2 XBryan 1 5 :kBryan 1 :?Bryan 4 2Bryan 1 :FBryz1n ' 5 :l:DistriCt games I 66 -. Q P f , ,. '- ' fin' ga, W4 14115 ' 0 5 ' ,-. 4 CMRYA RYA, A ARYAMN Top raw: Coach Peck Vass, Milton McCoy, Mervin Peters. Butch Sheffield, David Mooney. Anastacio Herrera. Bill Corhusier. Srrmld rffuz' Henry Boxlev. 'luck Stockton. johnny Rocha. joe Womack. R, H. Schlieker. Hugh Scale. Bullum mu: john Herrera. jiicoh Beal. james joscv. Larry Huffman. Johnny Hudson. Mickey Ross. SCHEDULE McCallum 2 Norman gee 1 Elgin 0 Consolidated 9 Whco 10 Wilco 5 Bellville 4 McCallum 0 Lamar 9 Alamo Heights 4 Aldine 4 Brenham 7 Conroe 3 Huntsville 4 St. Thomas 6 Smiley 2 Aldine 3 Brenham 2 Conroe 3 Huntsville 0 Smiley 3 PITCHING STAFF 'P Lgfl lu riglvfx jolin Herrera. jack Stockton. joe XY'onmclc. Mr-rvin Peters. . va f w ..,.... .,. .h Y E i 'AN I 1 mug, muh ruff l3lNLIl III 1.111 u ,I-Fwy xnlqhg hgh mtv thg ur hlwr 1 thrmx tw Iufml Bunk 15 thu hlhk-hill UI, lmxktt thi- wwnd out lu thu top uf the sum-ntll mmng .xi the liwncsms dctmtsd xifcidlllllll N-0 D,1vhl Hmmm-y 11-QL-yu-5 umgr.1tuI,m4mg un .1 SJRIIIYICL' wut Hugh Fmh- 94-xnxx f'1'sr hmm' --11 .1 Null! kc lyuhiyxj Nitxi.ll:1-H . 1 X. ' L O buefferm en il vw . 7 ul-...s5.., 'DUI J. z-. ...sm NY ' X YH fo- I 1- vu f ci? ,, 1- V -f A vu VV H af ' 353,-. -? 4, 1. BILL CORBLSIER AINASIALIO HERRERA JOHN HERRLRA Oumelder Cmher Pltchnr A""'-.4 qty! JOHNW Hi DSOV LARRY HL FFXIAN DAVID MOONFH Qhilff QTOP Cltcher Outfleldcr if 52344 unify -of g 1:5 JAMES JOSEY MICKEY ROQQ HL GH SEAII' Fxrit Busemfm Outfncldcr Sccond Bxsnmm . .5 I 5A .1 . . . , S.. . A. 4 1 1 -Q. -. bf. lv ,fp ' A .s'- , ' N.. 3 ,tt .W .fp .. . 'T' 3 -+231 'li XA I v . A ' A y , 7 1.. 1'1" ' , . . . 3 , . , . 1 ,L JL, ,, W Q, x 4 ., i.. , -' . ' I . -15. : .'.-.Qin ,- "'n V ., . F ' wk V ' " . -' v- 4 ' Q . Q- . V - 1 .,tsiy:S. ...xxx V' .- ,. h. Q N. 1 , Ydyigy,--ls..,: - gf -' 'N A V .f ' 3 .':'-- s- -- - '.-'fe . , t . D .4 I -l ,-'ZA -5- r . , K J., Q V 4, :K gg-, , Q fbi 'H , a. A , " 4 nip: V. 1 . y 'nl 2 Aff!!!-"f 'H ' . P 1 .15 f , J ,S " -,, A. , Q, -n:.f:-,- - ie. wh V, . 'fi' -if.. 1, Q why' JOHNNY ROCHA 0 Third Baseman i R. H. SCHLIEKER JACK STOCKTON Outfielder Pitcher BUTCH SHEFFIELD JOE VUOMACK Outficlder Pitcher Na! Pirlurvd Richard Guinn Carroll Moc-hlman 'Mf' xfi. AI I 'qgrfg' fu--J k ' new 5, FAM dm., M bt 'V 'E' in sm-+ as Y' AWGQ my ve 1 W likglmmkmav 'B my vi . ' .5 3 '-W'-'z L+. 1' ful' 'kv ml .Fi if f15'3,'..wx-ht. - ,ag . ii rf' A I N fs v ,. Vs. if . , i. X ,y -4 ,f .1f. RJ M ' i ad . N f 1, . ' t - Q A1561 " sf',i""',"1 : . i. Q W Q M -+A .mv .' 1 . QRS N N - . -H ,LL - N A X, Q I 2, ,,... . .x Seale out at home advancing on hit by james josey in a game with Aldine. "I think our 1958 Bronco Baseball team did very well. Any time a team wins twice as many as it loses, they have done real well." 1 COACH PECK VASS -......-, i FI1' vu... :A ,. ...Q--v-M.-1-.,.-...... ,, 4--v james josey rms Conrot right fielder out at first base in the Tying run hy Hugh Scale in :i game against XY'aco, third inning. Bryan won i v, l70 kgs.-Ig ....-Y 'v .- Q ." "Ti- -4' A-b I-'iiif wuz' Ronnie Marshall, Augustine Lopez, Mike Kerley. Gerald Zimmerman. Gates XX'hitc-Icy, Alhert Vaquera. Tonimy McDonald. james Kemp. Billy Meads, Kenneth Patranella, Donnie King. Srwmd wzzz' Coach Uhlendorf, Don Little, Robert Scott, Jack Connor, Marion Baker. Bobbie Mathis. John Mathis, Dennis Johnson, Charles Heftel, Alhert Bonifazi. Donald Schultz, Johnnie Garm-r. Donald Crowly, jay Boh Rohcrt, Denny X5Uhec-lan, Earl Leighman. Richard Cook. Coach Ritleout. I' 2.1, A i a . v S 6 Yi QKB? 4. ., 5 9 , .A , .. x hy . i Q .5 I X gi V . . . ' in ic X A 'PQ' in D - - ll ig, C ran.: V l . i X H:-ir:.'Zf5 "'4T"-- ii i-Q '34 , at 4 ' 1' . WSH-bf' ,Q-z..-wsu iw -vii 'ei COACH RlDIfOl"l' .tml MANAGER DON l.l'l"lil,lf COACH OHl,liNDORlf fD1l9fr1Cf Q, 'MXH , lun , Fif1rf.'D0nnieKing Iljgqugl Summf' Ronnie Marslmll, IJU yxlul, Suv1f.'lf.' Mika' Kcl'lL'Y- 1 milf Hm- Higll Hurgllc. Third! Jack Cunnor. Broad 'l'ZmlI: Kenneth P.1tr.1null.1, 880. Tflfff Gmlmr' Slumpm: Jump: Fulxrllm' Low Hurdles. r""'f'7' 'Mm' Tbirdi ,l.lF' Bob Robert. Hiluh ,lumP. f:"f4"1'fV' Dl'fml5 .l"lm5"n- IHJ, x lwznvlff Kc-mln-rl1 lJllfI'.H1C'l lu Albert x,.iflllL'I'.l. Rlllmwl hurl-Q, IJCIIHIN -lfIl1D- wn. .xlllif Rrllu 2 slf ' A PQ - 55- .-fs. 4 PM ' ' , 4 Ag, 'lx A 41.4. 3 .SE fi-5' V, -:rs " 1 Q N -- H I ' H t 4 . 'J P' 9 xp' Q9 S :fi 'M 3 1' ,f .. f I I 4 f Is Q , 1.1 rl' 1. 4 91117. s . 5 X I lffjf rfynf 1.111 Nyc, Andy Anderson. SJINIHQ' PML: XX'.llIk'l' Illllmbcrg, Rmuiwnd I,cI1r:t'.1n. ,X1:.:'.f.l 1-fu: ,Ima Ifislwr. K.lkL'y' Griffin. Ann Porter. Linda Pom. M111'g.1rcr Ch.1pm.an. Elmnu Ncdlmlck. licttx' liultwn. AlwAnn.1 XYhitc, Flmnc CI.11'gill, Nina I., Ifnxmx iX'h':u7I7I1Q,' ITJYL' XX'hc.1r. janvu- Bml, lilllxn' I. lilavck, M.11g.1rc-I c,.lIAPL'f1IL'l'. l'.1tsy Olcxy. Culctt lhumpsun. Nllly I.cl1r', 31.113 XX-Im-n. ,l.lkkiL'xxvI1lt4' 9121213 eam 5-ff? "1 15. 1 Fri!! j Hull. I5 I lSI.11a-lx,Sc-111-u'I3nxtrutf,lmn1ps. lnnlxh MISS MARY Iil2l.l. K ,Y 1, I 1 7. . 2' I X I . Ax, Rimqlvlx P. Olcxy District junior Single N-Q DISTRICT ENTRANTS Kfieelirzg' P. Olexy. junior Girls' Singles: C. Thompson. S. Lchr, junior Girls' Doubles. Aiiddlt' mu: PI. Curpcntcr, Sen- v , fs H DNN 'S ' . X .1 B ' 1 'Rf' , ft. 'X M.- -g---.,- f i i 2' .A l n I ior Girls' Singles. -I. Bail, B. il. Blazck, Senior Girls' Doubles: E ' XY, Dulhberg, Senior Boys' Singlesg R. Lchrman. S. Pate. Senior N I Boys' Doublcs, A' 'R ,, ' 1 ' - X 5 nh' H - " 5 1 l ' 5. - A ' 1 -. '- . ' if its . . , 2 ' ' " '-we .-f 11 M. Carpenter. District Senior Girls' Singles. 2-Your Letter- man. di at . VU. Dnhlbcrg. Scnior Boys Singles, 2-Year Lcttcrmnn. I74 R. Lclirmgin. S. Pate, District Senior Boys' Doubles f . il 'C i jimmy Potts. Larry Hcnton. jimmy Rcstim. jim CoVan. C wzknmzkyy eam -IIN COVAN. I.L'HL'l'INLlI1 I 'Z' cv flunclm. MRS, SCHI.I2SSEl.MAN I ,qv- 1 -3 ld! IU rlqbl Luk Lester XI'1I'C.ll Ransom ml clls is 2" . 'D-7 Cuuch: "RED" 'mi x .fl'7"'1"' 'Qui BL'RDI'I'T JOEL JOLLY. District Champ. gf 7 06erblseme12fsQ CO TRAVIS B BRYAN Presudeni' S L BOATWRIGHT Vuce Presudenf A L NOWAK Assusfanf Cashler C A NIGH Cashrer JOHN A DARBY Assusfanf Casl-ner TRAVIS B. BRYAN, JR., Vice Presidenf J. HOWARD TODD, Asslsfanf Cashier YOUR BANK We would have you feel fhaf THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK as your bank We would have you feel af home m your bank Whafever your problem or need you are mvrfed fo call and dascuss If wlfh us any fume wafh fhe assurance you wrll be freafed wrfh every courfesy and con slderafuon af your bank We would have you feel fhal' above everyfhlng else In fhls msflfuflon fhere us a real desire 'ro serve you well We value appreclafe and shall ever sfrnve fo deserve and malnfaln your frlendshlp good wlII and busnness I+ shall be our purpose fo serve you so accepfably fhaf when opporfumfy presenfs ufself you will as many cusfomers do brmg or send your friends fo your bank Sfockholders provrcle fhe caplfal Offlclals provlde fhe managemenl' In fhe fmal analysis cusfomers make fhe bank We are grafeful for and proud of 'rhe Ioyalfy of fhe cusfomers of THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK during fhe pasf 84 years of nfs hlsfory We wanf you fo feel +ha+ you have a real parf In fhrs your bank If you are nof now a cusfomer we exfend you a cordlal mvufaflon fo become one on fhe basrs expressed above so fhaf you may be a real parf In fhus, your bank. vw NATILQNALIIBANK Bmilija-gms MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION If You Don+ Know DIAMONDS Know SANKEY PARK Your Trus+ed Keepsake Jeweler C E GRIESSER ELECTRIC CO FRIGIDAIRE S es a cI Se Sunce l925 ALLEN AND STONE Shoes for Men and Boys o FLORSHEIM o CROSBY SQUARE o YORKTOWN o BUSTER BROWN o RED wwe SPORTSWEAR LEATHER GOODS LUGGAGE 2I4 N Mann TA262I3 es z'erS SMART SHOP Dlshnchve Wear or Women and CI1lIdren VICK PHARMACY DRUGS COSMETICS PRESCRIPTIONS Corner Bryan and 26+h TA 2 I345 205 S VAN DYKE STUDIO Por'rras'rs Ca ndlds Weddings MAIN PI"I TA 2 27I5 aI n rvice I MEN'S FURNISHINGS I 1 .W T., 1 ef : 1-. if- f ' ,:A: .ww '-Q new E Q h' 45'-gg ' .Q -.1 4 S, . 5' ' rib Si V 4 ff , : , A , 5f,,.., f - v - 1 0 '. ' V ., . , , m , A , 1, Y, ,.L,, ,W F- ,,- , 4 Q ,I Ng. e lf' A " ' .J -T' E - f Q rg l. , . Jam 'LU 'fe J XL, 3 ir -'I 1 v ,Q 41 'ui-by q - 3 lf' jg, .4 K , , ' f ' A - Z - ' Qin' '. " Q e1... E" f f - I X 4 , ., 1 .I v , N.,-,x V . , I " jr. Y E 'Ag f l, , 1 1 V 5 , y- Q,-X Air. " I A n KRAFT FURNITURE co, 742 '5JW!e540P -BfYan- 2II weS+ 25+h s+fee+ Bryan, Texas O LARGER SELECTION ADVERTISING 0 HOME PLANNING LTHOGRAPHING DECORATOR SERVICE MONOGRAMMING ENGRAVING WT AW lnuuhbuu QJIIIILILI' Q,lJ1lIlJcIlIU HOME BUILDERS QUALITY SERVICE I Bryan Phone TAylor 2 3765 II06 College Avenue BRYAN TEXAS deaf m Bagan TWO CONVENIENT LOCATIONS RIDGECREST AND DOWNTOWN BRYAN O 4, Q V 7 Y I " 8 ' D we I a , Q I-r' isis T CQHMELERS SHOES AND HOSIERY for Women ancl Children Congratulations, Seniors! BERNATH MOTOR Chrysler Plymou+h Sales and Service COLLEGE AVENUE AND 33rd y I CALDWELL S JEWELRY STORE Bryan High School Jewelers DIAMONDS SILVERWARE WATCHES LACK S ASSOCIATE STORE 3808 T E eryfhlng for The BRYAN TEXAS Vl 6 7060 Say I+ WT+h Flo ers NAN S BLOSSOM SHOP BRYAN TEXAS 1 I I w exas Avenue V . Au+ol Home' and Omdoors Il05 Soufh College Ave. ' i TA 2-1685 NAN THOMPSON Radu, 5+a+,on TEXAS TRUCK S TRACTOR co S I KORA , 'H ComplImen'I's EDGE S LADIES DEPT STORE FOR FASHIONS BRAZOS COUNTY C0 OP ASSOCIATION Feed Seed Ferhllzer Locker and Processmg IHS P0 Box II08 BRYAN TEXAS 'JUIITKV MARTIN HARDWARE CO GIFTS Complimenfs of I-IALEY'S VARIETY STORE A,,,,L,ANCES 2'7 North Main 36Il Texas Ave. BRYAN HARDWARE Ridgecresi' Shoppmg Cenfer 4oI Ouh Main Bryan, Texas if ff Ff l240 ON YOUR DIAL , I X .fly i 'ii in n fy 1 4 " in 4 .xx 2 QI 4 'Pi N K . :fl-.-' 1 V x 5 4 fk . U ,uf I dp-V ,fd f f if , A in -L 4,- Q f" A Q if 41: , '-sf 1 X ! Q-an ..- Qi' HRW R KJ, ,Q K M fail' K W ,...3. Vik. J' '-U' wa 1- af- We VARISCO LUMBER COMPANY BRYAN. TEXAS VI 64787 So. Texas Avenue PARKER ASTIN HARDWARE COMPANY Your Shopping Cen+er for Fme CHINA HARDWARE SPORTING GOODS CRYSTAL PHILCO APPLIANCES RCA VICTOR TV Bryan I08 N BRYAN ST Texas THE FIDELITY HOUSE HIFI RECORDS RECORD PLAYERS CAMERAS 20I4 Texas Ave TA 26I55 THE TRIANGLE See Our Aufo Dune Service CHARCOAL ROOM FAMILY ROOM BALL ROOM CONFERENCE ROOM 3606 S College Bryan J ACME GLASS an BRUCE AND LEONARD MOREHEAD O ners 223 So +I1 Man S+ ee+ TeIepI1o e TAyIor 2 l604 ACME GLASS CO I - "eff-Q-M-MMs...,,,, f , w u I r n . U M ALEXANDER JR ROMAN STATE FARM INSURANCE COMPANIES D I TA 2- 383 PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY JARROTT S PHARMACY FABRIC SHOPPE PERRY BROTHERS IOC c MAIN BRYAN TEXAS STORE MMAQQQLQ gb G E APPLIANCE DEALERS CompIimen+s of . . , . Bryan, Texas ia I Bryan, Texas I Complimen1's Your Exclusive Fabric Cen'I'er 5c 25 I06 . I' I r- 'Il'-1-'11 G S PARKER LUMBER CO, INC LATH LUMBER SHINGLES MOULDINGS SASH DOORS CEMENT BUILDERS HARDWARE PO Box 3I2 PHONE TA 2 I976 PHONE TA 2 5325 LIME, FIRE BRICK, FIRE CLAY erm' ! r fd-Z' - as Y A A 'PQ , X f i' Sd: 5 MV if-,, ' .V ' ., . ,' M' 4" 4'- S., iv Y , M 6 " .aff ma gg P 3,9-, L , f 'ff 5 'Z ff! 3,5 if , V Y had " '3 ,. 4' Q . li 111. Q2 E 3 EARLY BIRD SHOPPE sosoI.IK s 360' fem RADIO 8. TV SERVICE Rldgecresi' Cenfer TOYS GIFTS FABRICS 7'3 SOUH' Mem Bryan Texas Phone Ta 2 I94I wana UIELL U -sqm M It Pays to Shop at N ., S for All Your CIothIng Needs Com plimen+s S A UNITED CLQTHIERS FURNITURE Headqu-Wars for 304 E. 25+h Ta 2-I496 SMART WEARIN6 APPAREL FOR DRESS OR CASUAL WEAR 2I2 Norfh Main Courfesy of CITY BARBER SHOP K WOO'-ENS Congra+ula+:ons BRONCGS 22I Norfh Mann Sireef FRANK SEALE Lncensed and Bonded Eledrncal Confrador 4I6 Norfh Mann S+ree+ Ta 2 I6I7 BRYAN TEXAS 0121111311 Edlexas Lfiarhhxare CKnn1pz1ng Erqan wxaa I . . Q - . I f', 1 S . ' E 5 - 202 SOUTH BRYAN AVENUE DWARE COMPLETE LINE I I hone Y-1398 H'NAwARE B, CRYSTALWARE lF'T ITEMS s 9 DONAHO BUICK CO BRYAN TEXAS CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS FARM D ELLISON S PHARMACY BRYAN coLLEee sTATloN 9 COLLEGIATE SHOP I I3 M BRYAN TEXAS GEORGE MALLARD INSURANCE AGENCY Cs fy II4 S MAIN O TA 2 I994 ! Courfesy of '- agdhyw Con ra+uIa+ions AIRE Seniors AuI'o Fire Bonds ain S+. a uaI CITY NATIONAL BANK Bryan, Texas MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION compnmems: Q9uSiQ1' "WE FURNISH S.F.A. AND KEMP DRIVER TRAINING CARS AND THE FFA PICKUP." CONWAY AND CO BRAZOS MOTOR CO. STUDEBAKER-PACKARD MERCEDES-BENZ H. L. Whifley, Sr. W W7 EAMQWMW Wg W WWQ5 sig, Xa ff ER E2 Wgffffgfwwf X6 JJ, M is ik W MA 7fQl!f"' XCJW 5 MM Qi K My CMM? MW gf W 3 Q55 qui 9 gil ZW My f vwwwyifyfmf G S KQMVGL " ve "'-U. A ,577 Mya T 4 T o H f 1,-,f , QQ? , X263 " 'Q A , V QW Qff if Cf QD ' gk lg GDAKZMZ my Q23 R Qfiw WFS 3 , gk h , . . 1 Q5 W an G . ga M ? 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To you who return. my never-ceasing prayer is, that you "Enter to Learn"g and to those who return not, I pray that youy"Cio Forth in Serve." it Q' , A In the years to qome, when the' toil anal-trmaulglg offgui days together .have long been forgotten and only the 'frolic and fun stand ojffllin memory, may you often look bad: to me .md recall with pleasure the ekperienfeiwe Shared. A ' p . . - . ' .


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