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

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B.B.A. Bookkeeping, Typing Business Arithmetic CARL C. LIVESAY, Shop B.S. J-M .tgzgi .. iw. -"' wt' P, 4' 5 if , fl! Q mls. la X if .gv gi-gggcg' s .B 49 , L." 15 MARY HYMAN, BA., M.Ed. CLYDE C. BOUNDS, BS., M.Ed. English Algclmru, Trigonmnctry, Advanced Math .l 1,3 iw' ROGER BOND, Bs., Mm. , 'E' Distributiuc Education LEWIS A. MILLER, B.S. MAE GOODLET. B.A., DLA. Business Arithmetic, Algebra, American History English Wir' :Hamm fs 5-N A 1 1,8 , am. l' 'W' yi , x X4 4 U L 1 fx E . JL: il 4' X, 'QFS73 ' U DALTON T. SWEETEN. BS. MRS. C. W. SCllI.ESSEl,NIAN, B.A. Businvss Aritllnwtiv. Gr-nn-ral Math. Algebra Plum- Gi-vnu-try MRS. L. B. D .XX FORD, BA., BLA. English CT ix' ul' MRS. A. .l. VICK. .A.. MA. Trigononu-try, Ailvunr-ml Math Solid lloonu-try. Algebra THOMAS R. JONES. 13.5. Industrial Cooperative Training ,,,.,.n.. ,. Q ik' J-7 1.1. 5 ns. 'X 34' 5 sl , :ai 1.3 L.-1 MRS. J, R, VARNELL, B,A, JAMES C. DOOLEY. B.S.. NLS. Engligh Vocational Agriculture JAMES C. SNYDER, B Mechanical Drawing Slmp .S. l new rank S JAMES G. AUSTIN, B.M. Choir 4" AM: -711 Q Q .I cf--' MRS. E. L. MCDONALD, B.A., M.A English, Latin iwqplh .Ti 3,Sab- K a,, J' i ELBERT JOHNSON, B.S. fs. fi, 4 ly-1. MRS. E. T. EDWARDS, BJ. Journalism, English Physical Education GAYLE TODD, B.S. Biology -.1 -lg... JESSE BUHDITT. M.Ed., B.S. Texas History, Phyricul Education MRS. THERON MCLAREN. B.A. Speech ff'-56 lug. qw: xv A C. B. fNIvllOWN, B.S., M.Ed. Band - tg. . A W' MRS. C. B. MCCOWN, MS. Typing, Shorthand CLAUDE P. VASS, B.S., M.A. Civics. Govemment, Physical Education fkqg Q '5jX V Qs..-...sk ,L 4 ', 1 K E 'QP , . ,Q 2 1 ' 'ai' M . ' R f 4:1 r U MRS. J. H. STEVENSON, JR., B.A., B.S Homcmaking fin WESLEY C. COLLIER, B.A., M.S. Chemistry, Biology MRS. R. J. BEAMER, B.S. Homemaking pw WN " lf" MRS. FRED ELLl0'l'. BA., BLA. MHS. JOHN COVAN Visiting 'Il-ar'lwr School Nurse ., OFFICE HELPERS: Clarice Andrews, Lou Antony, Evelyn Moscly, Cain, Judy Capps, Nancy Cordell, Barbara Gibbs, Sharon Grisham, Sue Howell, Sheila Jackson, Nelda Jopp. Carolyn Kuhin, Pattye Nlainer, Beverly Ogg, Gail Pack, Karin Peterson, Patsy l'ortcr, Lincla Potts. Kay Pricm, Claire Richmond, Robin Toland. Mosely, Mrs. Hugghin - 4 - ,N V-.-... -.. . f' 'U- V ,. h. . wsu-af COOKS, from left to right: Mrs. Newcomb, Mrs. Kosarck, Mrs. , --T 3 , ,, Y, 1, ,M 1' T 4 7 g 1 5 ' 5 , 4 - S ' 11 yn! A l -sf' , 1 1? 1 ami: X, JANITORS, from left to right: Mr. Herrmann, Mr. Matous, Mr Seay, Mr. Lange, Mr. Taylor. ul' nl' X X M 2 X W Semors IOM 1? . S-Q l' H W. 2, jig:-y Q' M' g-14-Q f I ' .A E,:,af-A-4' ' j - - .M NNN, , ,,L 1 npr' . .v L-A ' ' - 1:5 ., 14-A-ff' . g9,5,ra3": -- . 'PV 'Ir' ,. fc-7-' - ' +1- - ' f I mt. .M 1.a?i1 V ,. 4: l'rz'.sirlef1t SPf'rr'Iary H gl ,n -g,,.., .W , .M SENIOR OFFICERS .IEANETTE MARTIN Vim- 1'I'l'XflIl'l1f MIKE KERIEY GWEN COLLIER Trfffmmr ELAINE PRICE Rvportvr GENE TIIONI.-XS enior lass of 1959 "Just for us the stars do shine, zcesre the class of ,597 -ui JUDY AMBER "Sweet and smiling are her ways." ,,- jg ll WISP' JAN113 AVILA "A brunette of lmusual talkativeness -- in fact, once started, no stopping." Pan-Am 57, 58. JAMES ALLEN "The hand that made thee hath made thee good." Barbershop Quartet 57, 58, Sec.- Treas. 58g Latin Club 57-593 Hi-Y 58, 59, Sec.-Treas. 595 A Cappella Choir 58, Vocational Industrial Club 59, I. C. T. Class 59. f"9'1 qw CHARLOTTE ARNOLD "What a fine world this would be if everyone were as friend- ly as she." ROGER AYRES "For that eye is so modestly beaming, you never think of what mischief he's dreaming." Tennis 57, Hr. Officer 57, 583 Band, A Cappella Choir 57-593 All-State Choir, SC, Jr. Play 53: Band Pres., Amateur Hour 595 Band Officer 58. JOHN ALLPHIN "As quiet as a mouse, as deep as a well, what he will do you never can tell." Band 57, 58, 59. fu? 9--4'-2' MAXINE MARIE AUTREY "A big wide grin full of mis- chief within." FHA 57, 59, Library Helper 575 Tri-Hi-Y 593 Girls' Forum Rep. 593 Library Club, President 59. CLAUDETTE BAKER "Her brown eyes dance with mischief." Science Club 59g Tri-Hi-Y 59. MARTHA LYNN AMIS "Brains and beauty-ah! what a combination." Soph., Jr. Favoriteg Miss SFAg Val. Court 58, MOD Queen 58g NHS 58, 59, Pres. 599 Yell Leader 58, 59, Hr. Pres. Pan-Am 57-59, Sec. 58, Tri-Hi-Y 57-593 Foot- lights, FTA 57, 583 Choir A11-State 59. JAMES AYRES "What I don't know isn't worth knowing." Vocational Industrial Club 59, I. C. T. 59. R. A. BELL "I sleep and dream that life is beauty, I wake and find that life is duty." ANTHONY BOATCALLIE "To love life through work is to be intimate with life's inmost secret." Band 57, 58, 59g Slide Rule 59, Science Club 59. LYNDA MARIE BALL "Those eyes, that hair, is it a wonder all the boys stare!" Footlights, Girls' F. Rep. 57, 58, Pan-Am 57-59, FBI., Corral SC Rep. 59, Bronco Tri- Hi-Y 58, 595 Beauty Shop Soc., Jr. Play 58, Tennis, SC Alt. 57: Quill Sz Scroll 59. JOSEPH BIRDWELL "I love the life I live." 4-H Mayfield Poultry Trophy, Winner of Trip to 4-H Poultry Fact-Finding Conference, High Individual in 4-H Texas Jersey Breeds Judging Contest. PATSY BOLTON "Gentle and retired, a girl to be admired." 4-H, Pan-Am, Hr. Officer 57g D.E. Club 58, 59, D.E. Sweet- heart, NHS, Treasurer of D.E. Club 59. ROBERT BATTEN "Silence is more eloquent than words." Future Farmers of America 57, 58, 59. JUDY BISHOP "Sing away sorrow, sing away care, I'm off for a good time, come if you dare." FHA 57, 58, 59g,Student Coun- cil 59g Senior Class Council 59. ANNETTE BOMONSKIE "She enters into work and play in the same good-natured way." FHA, Hr. Officer 57, D.E. Sec. 58, D.E. State Convention Dele- gate 58, 59, D.E. Pres., NHS 59. MARTHA BINGHAM "What other maiden can you find so young, deli- cate, and kind." 4-H 573 Footlights 58g D. E. 59g Beauty Shop Soc. 58, Homeroom Of- ficer 57, 583 FHA 57, FN 58. ,f....1-R, BETTY LOU BOLTON "A pair of mischievous eyes behind which wis- dom lies." Pan-Am, Tennis-V. P., lst doubles, Hr. Officer 57-593 Debate 57, 583 Beaut Sho Soc. 57' ,Ir Y P r - Play 58, Quill 81 Scroll, Corral, Science Club - V. Pres., Slide Rule, Press 59: NHS 58, 59. PHOTO NOT AVAILABLE 77 pri JOHN BONIFAZI FRANK BRAVENEC -el "His friendship is worth hav- "As merry as the day is long." , x ing-N Band 57, 58, 593 District Band Z .' Homeroom Vice President 58. 59: H0m9f00m RCPOVICY 57- P BRENDA RAY BROWN "A determined mind with a will for the way.' 4-H 57, 583 Pan-Am 573 Band 57, 58, 59. ELAINE BURT "Pleasing smile and many pleasing ways." D. E. Club 58, 59, D. E. Reporter 59, 4-H Club 573 FHA 573 Tri-Hi-Y 573 Girls' Forum Repre- sentative 57. LANNY BURKHALTER "The smile that is worth the praises of earth." Footlights, Band, Pan-Am 57-593 Delegate to Pan-Am State Conv. 58, Hr. Sec. 573 Bronco, Corral 58, 593 Hr. Vice President, .lun- ior Play 583 Press Club 59. ELAINE CECILE CARCILL "Her friendly smile and gracious ways are a credit to S.F.A." 4-H 57, 58, Rep. 58, Footlights, FTA, Bronco, Beauty Shop 583 FBL, Corral, Speech Pres., NHS 593 Pan-Am 57-593 Tennis Club 57, 583 Tennis Team 58, 59g Medal 58g Hr. Off. 58, 59. MORRIS BURKHALTER "One arm around a football and one around a girl." Best Back Trophy 58, 593 Most Valuable Player 593 All-District 58, 593 "B" Assoc. 58, 593 SC Alt. 583 Hr. President 57, 59: Bronco Tri-Captain 593 Colt Captain 57. PINKY CARLL "Sigh no more, no more sigh- ing do, he's just as nice to all the girls as he is nice to you." Homeroom Officer 57, 58, 593 Hi-Y. JIMMY BRUNS "Oh, what a grand world if it were not for work.' Band 57, 58, 593 Foot- lights 58g Future Teach- ers 59. EVELYN MOSLEY CAIN "It takes no chain to hold her friendship." 4-H 57g Future Home- makers 591 Tri-Hi-Y 593 Merit for Office Work 583 Office Worker 593 National Honor Society 59. v .fm 5:41-f. BILL CATALENA "His aim is to live it up, die young, and leave a handsome corpse." Student Council Alt. 57, 59g Home Room Officer 58, Boys' State 589 Foot- ball 593 "B" Assoc. 593 Baseball 59. LINDA COBB "Speak no evil, hear no evilg see no evil." Homecoming Queen, Sr. Class Council, Speech Club, 595 Debate, Soph. Class Sec., 573 Bronco, Tri-Hi-Y, 57-59, Foot- lights, 57-59, Pres. 595 Thespians, HR Officer, FTA, Pan-Am, Val. Court 57-583 Cit. of Month, Jr. Play, 58. MARGARET H. CARPENTER "Laughter is the best medicine." Footlights, FTA, Tennis Letter- man 57-59, -I--H, 57, 58, Pres. 573 Jr. Class Sec. 585 Girls' State 583 Homecoming Princess 583 NHS, Who's Who, Yell Leader, 58. 59, Head Yell Lead- er 59g Bronco 595 DAR Award 59, Valentine Queen, Citizen of Month 59. BOBBY CARTER "An easy-going guy, full of good-nature-tl humor." Slide Rule 58, 59. YT' I Nr, , J XM j T f SANDRA CLARK "A ready smile and a cheery hello for all." Debate, Latin 57-59, Band, Thespians 58, 59, NHS, Foot- lights 58, 59, V. Pres. 59, III V. Pres. Girls' Forum 593 Jr. and Sr. Playg H.R. Officer 58, Slide Rule, Corral, Tri-Hi-Y, Student Council 59. Beauty Shop Society 58. GWEN COLLIER "Her smiling eyes reveal the sweetness within." Pan-Am 57, 58, 593 FTA, Foot- lights 58, 593 Bronco, S. C. Alt., Tennis Club Secretary, Jr. Play 585 Sec.-Treas. Girls' Forum, 59, Secretary of Senior Class 59, Pan-Am State Con- vention 57-59g Home Room Of- ficer 57. LARRY WAYNE CLIFT "His aim is to travel to Mars in a peanut shell." V. I. C. Club 58. Cr BILL COLSON "Don't ever let anybody tell you I ain't got big feet!" Pan-Am 57, 58, 593 Hi-Y 59, Officer 59, Tennis Club 573 Home Room Officer 57. MARGARET ANN CHAPMAN "Easy to like, hard to forget." Tennis Club 57-59, Pro- gram Chnm. 58, Pres. 59: Tennis Team 57-59, Let- terman 59g Girls' Forum Rep., Pan-Am 58, 59, Footlights, Choir, Nation- al Honor Society 593 Beauty Shop Society 58. DONALD COLE "His aim is to take life easy and get rich." Footlights, Latin Club, 57, 58, 595 N.H.S., Thes- pians 58, 59, Pres. 59, Speech, Hi-Y 59, S. C. Alt. 599 Jr. Play Student Director 583 Jr. Rotarian 583 Hi-Y Pre-Legislative Delegate 57, Citizen of Week 57, Boys' Forum 57-59, Who's Who, Sr. Play. TOMMY COMPTON "HC-'s so quiet he makes a mouse noisy." JACK CONNOR "Gee, I wish l'd been horn rich instead of good looking." pic Distributive Education Club Student Council 57, 593 "B" FREIDA S. CONTRERAS "A laugh as wami and gay . . . a snapshot come to life." Pan-Am 57, 58, 59, Ten- nis Club 583 Girls' For- um 57, 58, 59. HENRY CORTEZ, JR. "He has no sense of com- ing woes, as trouble comes so trouble goes." HB" Association 58, 593 Football Letterman 57, 58 5 Vice President, Homeroom 59, Boys' Forum Rep. 57. NANCY CORDELL "Generally speaking, a woman is -generally speaking." Footlights 57, 58g FHA 57, 585 Beauty Shop Soc. 58, Thespians 58, 59, Hr. Secretary 58, Hr. Vice President 57. SLOAN CRIM "Class periods should be ten minutes long, five to come and five to go." Pan-Am 58, 59, Hi-Y 57-59g Football 575 Barbershop Quar- tet 58, 595 Hr. Officer 59. Association 57, 58, 59, Band 57, 58, 59, Hr. President 583 Junior Favorite 583 Mr. S.F'iA. 59. EUGENE CORDERO "He wants lots of fun . . . he has fun." Band 57, 58, 59. MARY CUELLAR "Shy, sweet, and hard to beat." Future Homemaker 573 Bronco Staff 59. BRAD COOK "Why should the devil have all the good times?" Band 57, 58, Pan-Am 57, 58. . va Q5 ,pswl , !.f .7 'iq' , HQ ,. :if n A5 N .. ,j "' if Absent! 'Pk PHOTO NOT AVAILABLE LEE COURTNEY "If there's something to be said, he'll say it." Student Council Rep. 583 D. A. R. American His- tory Award 58, Slide Rule 59, President 593 National Honor Society 59. BETTY DeHART "Her quiet manner does not hide her pleasing dis- position." D. E. Club 58, 59, Secre- tary 59g 4-H Club 57g Band 57g Tri-Hi-Y 57. PAMELA DURRE "She's as fair as a rose in May." Footlights 57-595 Pan- Am, Tri-Hi-Y 57, 583 Beauty Shop, Corral, Bronco 58g Press, Thes- pians 58, 59, Sec., Speech, Sec., Asst. Ed. Corral, Hr. Sec. 599 Jr. and Sr. Playsg 2-Corral Columng 1-Extemp. Sp. 3- Poetry. EDDIE DANIEL "Much mirth and no madness, All good and no badnessf' Latin 57, 58. 59g Footlights 58, 595 Band 57, 58, 59, Corral 58g Press 58g Hr. Reporter 57g junior Play 58. GLENN DOWLING "A true sportsman, on and off the field." Colt Letterman 57, 589 Bronco Letterman 59g "B" Association 59g Track 57, 58, 59. ELAINE EASON "Few friends are as honest and sincere." FHA 57, 593 Beauty Shop So- ciety 58g Senior Class Council TOMMIE DANIEL "His day is filled with work but he finds time for pleasure." Band 57, 58, 59: Latin 57, 58, 59, FTA 58, 59, Math Club 59, Footlights 595 Boys' Forum 59. VINCE DUCHMASCLO "A little guy with a big grin." 4-H Club 57. BARBARA ANN ELLIOTT "Let not tomorrow mar my res with dreams of coming work." 4-H Club 573 Beauty Shop So- ciety 58g Library Club 58, 593 593 Homeroom Officer 57, 58, FHA 57, 58, 59g Vice President 59. ' . CHARLES F. DOBBS "With no time to worry or to fret, he gets all the joys life has to let." Hi-Y 58, 59g D. E. Club 59g Barbershop Quartet 573 A Cappella Choir 57, 58. CHARLES DYER "I work or play as I think best, and when I'm weary, I sit down and rest." Pan-Am 57, 58, 593 Band 57, 58, 59. of Library Club 59 .IOHN D, FAUBION "Those who from studies flee, live long and mer- rily." Science Club 59, Elec- tronics Club 59g Slide Rule 59. HENRIETTA FOSTER "Smiling both day and night, even if things aren't right." Future Homemakers 57, 595 Homeroom Officer 57, 58, 59. STEPHANIE ELLIOTT "She has, we admit, a clever brain and ready wit." Band 57-593 Student Dir., Band 58, 59, V. President Band 593 KORA lland Award 59, FTA 59, Secretary, FTA 595 Na- tional Honor Society 59. KATHRYN FAZZINO "She's sweet and neat from her head to her feet." Future Homemakers 57, 58, 59g Library Club, Reporter 593 Girls' Forum Rep. 59. DOMINGA CARZA She does all in a qu1et way. Pan-Am 57, 58, 599 Future Homemaker 595 Future Busi- ness Leaders 59, Bronco 59, Student Council 59. WANDA ELLIOTT "A cheerful heart is a good ma- chinef' Hr. Secretary 573 Librarian 595 4-H 57, 58, FHA 57, 583 Li- brary Club 57-59g Beauty Shop Soc. 585 FBL 59, Tri-Hi-Y 57. 275, Cru- SANDRA FLECKENSTEIN "Always ready to smile out- loud." Girls' Forum, Pan-Am, Tennis Club 57-59g Tennis Team 573 Hr. Pres. 57, 583 Jr. Class Council 58g Jr. Play 58, Foot- lights 58, 59, Student Council 59. NANCIE GERKE 99 4-4f100 per cent perfect. FHA 57, 4-H 57g Hr. Officer 57g Distributive Education 58, V. I. C. 59, Secretary, V. I. C. 59. v-:ZF R. HARDY FAULK "Although he d0esn't shock you, he's a live wire." .Ir. Play 585 Footlights 57-59, Debate 57, 58, Slide Rule 59, Electron- ics Club 59, Science 599 Latin Club 57-595 Second Place Poetry Reading 58. THOMAS GARRETT "The more you know, the more you forget-so why study." Gifts' "':11:n 'Q' ,4aQ- MANUEL GOMEZ "Men of few words are the best." Homeroom Officer 57, Harry Chambers Trophy 58, "B" Association 59, Football Lettemian 59, All-District Honorable Mention in Football 59. LEO GRIMALDO, JR. "More talent than he could ever use." Pan-American Club 57, 59, Amateur Hour 58, 59, All-District Band 58, 59. JESSE GIBSON "Fools wander, but a wise man travels." SANDRA JEAN GREGG "Shes here. I heard her giggle." Hr. Officer 57-59, Pan-Am 57- 59, FTA, FHA, Jr. Play, Pan- Am Convention 58, Footlights, Tri-Hi-Y, President of Future Business Leaders 59, Sr. Play. KAY HART "Happy-go-lucky, devil may care, where there's fun she's sure to be there." FBL, Bus. Man. of Bronco, NHS 59, Bronco 58, 59, Foot- lights, Pan-Am 57-59, Tri-Hi-Y 57, 59, Beauty Shop Soc., HI. Pres. 58, FTA 57, 58, His. 58, SC Alt., Girls' F. Rep. 57. ALWILLIAINI GINZEL "When fun and study clash, let study go to smash." Homeroom President 57, Basket- ball 57, 58, 59. LOUIS GRIFFIN "One eye for the basket, one for the girls." "B" Team Football and Basket- ball, Hr. Off. 57, "B" Assoc., Letter, Football, Basketball 58, 59, All-Dis. Football 58, Hon. Mention, Best Lineman Award 59, A Cappella Choir 57-59, Pres. 59, SC 57, 58, Baseball 57, 59. CLAUDETTE HENSARLING "Sugar and spice and everything nice." GLENN HUDSON GREGG "A leader of men, a fol- lower of women." Barbershop Quar., Hi-Y, Jr. Rotarian, 57, 58, Baseball, V. Pres. .Ir. Class, Valentine Ct., Jr. Play 58, Football 57-59, Letterman, A Cappella Choir, 58, 59, V. Pres., 59, "B" Association, SC 58, 59, SC Delegate 58. KENNETH HALLARAN "The harder I try the gooder to be, the worser I is." Radio Amateur Club 59, 4-H 57, 58, 59, Boys' Forum 57, 58, 59, Pan- Am 57, 58, 59, Baseball Manager 57. fm .ug askin. QF' DONALD HOLLINGER "Fed from within with all the strength he needs." 4-H Club 57g Barbershop Quartet 57, Swimming Team 57. ELLEN HOWELL "Neat as a pin, pretty sharp too." Sec. of Student Body 593 Bronco 58, 59, Asst. Edi- tor 58g Tri-Hi-Y 57-59, Chaplain 57, SC Rep., 573 Pan-Am, Choir, 57- 599 NHS, Thes. 58, 593 Footlights 57, 58, Jr. Play, Press, Quill Sz Scroll 58, Sr. Play, Slide Rule 59. a- - L fif. ' 'ix . MERLE HICKS To know her is to love her Homeroom Officer Secretary 59 ag, .sq ,,,.. . 'iff '15 1 ...,. 'gut d i Q J RAYMOND HORSAK "Working, working, never shirk- ing, Always happy and content." Vocational Industrial Club 59, Reporter, Industrial Cooperative Training Class 59. DONNIE HUGHES "His wit is a fuse to small bombs of laughter." Slide Rule 59, Latin Club, Boys' Forum 57, 58, 59, Secre- tary of Homeroom 58. .s .. . TONIMY LEE HOLIDY Laughing miling evermore hes a boy we all adore Hr. Officer 51g Pan-Am 57g Student Council 58g Hr. Offi- cer 59g 4-H 59, I-Ii-Y 59, Sen- ior Class Council 59g Vice Pres- ident Boys' Forum 59. PAUL HOTARD "I never think of the future, it comes soon enough." Student Council Alternate 595 Slide Rule Club 59, Homeroom Officer 57, 585 National Honor Society 59. KAREN HUGHES "Her heart is up in the clouds over Pensacola." DOUGLAS HOLLOMAN "He looks the whole world in the face and fears not any man." Barbershop Quartet 57, 585 Industrial Coopera- tive Training 593 Voca- tional Industrial Club 59. EDWARD HUBACEK "Highways and byways are his pet diversion." 'Highways and byways Vocational Industrial Club 59, Vice President of the Vocational Industrial Club 595 I. C. T. Class. 'Q' SHEILA JACKSON "She's like a bottle of ginger ale-always bubbl- ing over." Hr. Officer, FTA 57, Footlights 57-59g FNA 57-58, Pres. 593 Jr. Play, Beauty Shop Soc. 58, Sr. Class Council, Sr. Frolics, Co-Chairman, TAP 593 Bronco 58-59. NELDA J EANETTE J OPP "It's nice to be natural, when you're naturally nice." Hr. Officer Band 57-59, Officer 59, All-Region 58, All-State 59, Foot- lights 575 NHS, Pan-Am 58, 59, Beauty Shop Soc, Debate, First Place Pan- Am Amateur Hour 58. ELIZABETH ANN HUNTER "The mildest manner and gen- tlist heart make the sweetest girl." BENNY JONES "I'm not as quiet as I seem." FFA 57-59, Vice Pres., His- torian, Reporter. MITCHELL KEITH "Remember that the mighty oak was once a little nut." Industrial Club 59, Hr. Officer 57. EDGAR ILSCHNER "Not a sinner nor a saint, but the best of chaps." Footlights Club 57, 585 Pan-Am 56 58 BETTY JANE JONES "Her mind never knew what her mouth would say next." Footlights, FNA, Pan-Am 57- 59, Hr. Secretary 573 Beauty Shop Soc., Bronco 585 A Cap- pella Choir 58-59, Officer 59. MICHAEL AUSTON KERLEY "The way he studies and re- cites, gives the flunkers forty frightsf' Pan-Am, Treasurer 57-59, "B" Association, NHS, Track Let- terrnan, 58, 59, Co-Captain, Track 599 Project Chairman Jr. Class, Vice Pres. Sr. Classg HI. Pres. 58. MADELINE JANDT "A rare exception, a girl who says little but means a lot." FHA 57-59, Sec. 59g FTA 593 Student Coun- cil Altemate 59. PAT KEEFER "A voice as soft as a can- dlelightf' Future Homemakers, Tri- Hi-Y, Student Council 575 Latin Club 57-59, DE. Club Vice President, State Convention Dele- gate, 58, 59. DAVID KINDT i'Speech is great but silence is greater." Future Farmers 57, 58, 593 Greenhand Vice Pres- ident 57. ROSIE DELORES KOSEK "Her method is simple, her weapon a dimplef' Beauty Shop Society 583 4--H 57, Bronco 583 Tri- Hi-Y 593 Homeroom Sec- retary 57, 58g Future Homemakers 57. Ne Photo AVAILABLE JUSTIN ESTES KIDD "One boy who works and gets ahead." Latin, Choir 57-59, BS Quar- tet 57, 58g Footlights, Thes., NHS 58, 59, Debate, jr. Play Boys' State 58, Corral, Sr. Play, Slide Rule, President of Student Body 59, D.A.R. Award 59. DONALD D. KING DAVID KILGORE "I feel tired far into the fu- turef' T 1 A PAULA DEE KIRBY "His CLlI'lS are the envy of all "She quietly does her Share in the girls." life." Homeroom Secretary 57, 53: 4-H Club 56, 57, Secretary 595 Track Letterman 58, 59g "B" D. E. Club 57, 585 Band 573 Association 58, 59g Football Future Homemakers 56, 57. Letterman 59. JOHNNIE EDWARD KUDER "A man not of words, but of deeds." LARRY LANDRY "Sometimes I sit and think - sometimes I just sit.', D. E. Club 59, Radio Club 57 NORMA KINDT "A good heart is worth gold." Band 57-59, Secretary- Treasurer 59g Footlights 57, 58, FHA 57, 58, 59, Officer 58, 4-H, Hr. President 57, Tri-Hi-Y, Girls' Forum Rep., 59g Student Council Alt. 58, FBL, Sec.-Treas. 59. MARY KROLCZYK "Lookable and likeable." Footlights 573 Beauty Shop Society 58g Vice President of Homeroom 573 Secretary of Home- room 57, Vice President of Homeroom 585 Jun- ior Play Usherette 58. EARL LEIGHMAN "Eat, drink and be mer- ry for tomorrow, who knows!" Member of Track Team 57, 58, 59. JO ANN LOPEZ "Her heart is warm with the friends she makes." Pan-American Club 57 58 59. .-Z, ,:f M., "COOKIE" LAZARONE "No better than she should be." Homeroom Officer 573 4-H Club 57, 583 Future Homemakers 57, 58, Beauty Shop Society 583 Future Nurses 59. is , "'-Q--. LARRY LOCKE "Take my advice, let not edu- cation interfere with anything important." Future Farmers 57, 58, 59: Vice President of Future Farmers 59g Future Farmer Parliamen- tarian 57. H, 'if - JAMES LUMPKIN room Vice President 58, 59. CAM LEE "I must speak the truth, and nothing but the truth." Latin 57-593 Tri-Hi-Y 579 Footlights 57-59, Treas. 593 Hr. Treas., FTA, Debate, Beauty Shop Soc., Jr. Play 58, Slide Rule, FBL, Reporter 59, Bron- co, Thespians, Sr. Play 59. 'CQ' AUGUSTINE LOPEZ "He who can have patience can have what he will." Pan-American Club 59, Track 58, 59. fgff JOE LUTHER 'Always ready for a good time." "I want to travel along a road where there's many a laugh and Homeroom Reporter 575 Home- d U never a loa "B" Team Football 58, Track Team 57, 58, Homeroom Re- porter 57. JIMMY LEWIS "Every tooth in his head is more valuable tha.n a diamond." Student Council 583 Homeroom Officer 573 Pan-Am 58, 593 Hi-Y 58, Vocational Industrial Club 59, President 59. ?".."' 59' 50341. Hi ,' MARY LOUISE LOUIS "Always happy, always neat, she's as jolly as she is sweet." Future Business Leaders 59, Tri-Hi-Y 593 Home- room President 59, Na- tional Honor Society 59. v-aw" JO ANN INIARRIOTT "A fair young maiden with light hair, never a worry, never a care." Beauty Shop Society 57, A Cappella Choir 57, 58, 59, Tri-Hi-Y 59, Home- room Officer 58, 59. .IOHN MATHIS "Between jest and cam- est." Pan-Am 57, Student Council 59, National Honor Society 59. DAVID LYNCH MA! last-A dignified Senior!" Debate 57, Boys' State, Jr. Play 58, Thes., Pan-Am, Foot- lights 58, 59, Slide Rule, Sci- ence, Speech, NHS 59, Barber Shop 57, 58, Band 57-59, Offi- cer 59, Hi-Y 58, 59, Pres. 59, Del. to Austin, Outstanding Senator 59. .IEANETTE ANN MARTIN "A finger in every pie." Pan-Am, FTA, Footlights, Bron- co 57-59, FHA, HR Officer 57, 58, Jr. Play, Homecoming Prin- cess 58, Cit. of Month, Sr. Class Pres., Who's Who, Tri- Hi-Y, FBL 59, Thes. 58-59, Band 57-59, Twirler 57, 58, Drum Major 59, Dist. 58, 59, Regional, All-State 59, Sr. Frolics. DAVID MCCORMICK "A number one source of mis- chief he, wherever David is we all like to bd' Band 57-59, Footlights 59, Slide Rule 59, Pan-Am 58, 59, Barbershop Quartet 58, Bronco 58, 59, Corral 59, Hi-Y 58, 59, Chap. 59, Press Club 59. MARILYN MALLARD "Her good nature is liked by all." Footlights 57, 58, FTA 57, 58, Pan-Am 57, 58, Band 57-59, Twirler 57, 58, Trick Twirler 59, Bronco 57, 58, Tri-Hi-Y 57, HR Officer 57, 59, First Place Twirling Medal 57, Home- coming Princess 58. BOBBIE MATHIS "He'll give the world the best he has, may the best come back to him." Student Council 59, Treas. 59, Hr. Officer 57, 58, Math Club 59, Track 58, 59, Pan-Am 57- 59, NHS 59. JULIA McCULLEY "A truer heart would be hard to find." Footlights, Latin, Speech, 57-59, Debate 58, 59, Math, Press, Bronco, Corral 59, Science, Rep. 59, A Cappella Choir 59, NMS Finalist 59, NHS 59. RONNIE MARSHALL "No limits but the sky." TASC Del., VP Soph. Class 57, SC Rep. 57- 59, "B" Assoc., Pan- Am 58: Hi-Y, Slide Rule, Sr. Favorite, Jr. Rotarian 59, Basketball Letters 58, 59, Track Letters 58, 59, Capt. 58, 59, V. Pres. Student Body 59, Sr. Frolics. S.. M7 LLOYD MAXWELL "Whatever his ambitions may be, he keeps them to himself." Future Farmers of Ameri- ca 57-59, Secretary 57. CAROLYN NIERKA "Her good qualities al- ways shine through." Future Business Leaders 595 Girls' Forum Rep. 575 Homeroom Vice Pres- ident 595 Girls' Forum 57-59. SAMMY MONTOYA, JR. "He's one of those who hoard their own thoughts caJeiully!" Barbershop Quartet 57, 585 A Cappella Choir 57, 58, 595 Football 575 "B" Association 5 Track 575 National Athletic Train- ers Association. LOUELIA SUE MCELFISH "A wonderful friend, kind and true, Her Bronco spirit always shines, too." FHA 57-595 Sec. 585 Pres. 595 Jr. Degree 575 Chapter Degree 585 Press, Future Nurses 585 Library 58, Secretary 585 Fu- ture Bus. Leaders 595 Girls' Forum Representative 57. MAGDALENA MONCIVIAS "Not too slow and not too fast, she makes friendships that will last." Pan-American 57, 58, 595 Fu- ture Nurses 59. KATHERINE NUCHE ANNIE LAURA McLEWlS "A merrier laugh cannot he found." FHA 57, 585 D. E. Club 595 4-H Club 575 Beauty Shop So- ciety 58. NAOMI MONTOYA "She is very well content to be a steadfast friend." Future Teachers 58, 595 Pan- Am 585 A Cappella Choir 57, 58, 595 Band 57, 58, 595 Beau- ty Shop Society 585 Vice Presi- dent 585 Girls' Forum IV Vice Pres. 595 HR Officer 57, 58. ROBERT MOORE MOORE "Maybe he looks smart-but "Her kind heart is worth more who knows!" than 3 thronefl Band 57, 58, 595 Science Club CARROLL MOEHLBIAN "A capable boy, he should go far." Slide Rule 595 Pan-Am 57-59, Treas. 58, Pres. 595 Hi-Y 57-595 Science 595 Baseball 57, 585 Basketball 57, 585 Home- room President 575 "B" Association 58, 595 Na- tional Honor Society 59. HARVEY LEE MOORE "He says life's a joke, we should laugh it along." Library Club 59. 595 Hi-Y 585 Homeroom Offi- cer 57. Ti ELAINE NEDBALEK 'gV0ted 'Best All Round' A better girl cannot be foimdf' Corral 58, 59, Editor 593 Pan-Am 57-59, Vice Pres. 59: Tennis 57-593 Treas. 58, Rep. 593 Ten- nis Letterman 57, 59: Press Club 58, 593 Stu- dent Council Alt. 573 NHS 59, Quill 81 Scroll 59. SHARLENE NIXON "Grace, charm, beauty, to her belong." Footlights 57, 583 NHS 593 Debate 583 Latin 573 A Cappella Choir 58, 593 Bronco 57-593 Tri-Hi-Y 57-59, Treas. 58g Beauty Shop Society 58? Tennis Club 573 Quill 31 Scroll Sec. 59, Bronco Bus. Mgr. 59. JACK MORRIS "I may look busy, but I'm only confused." Band 57, 58, 593 Science Club 593 Hi-Y 57. ' 07. BONNIE NEVILLE "With a smile on her lips and a baton in her hand." Footlights 57, 58g FTA 58Q Pan-Am 57, 582 Band 57, 58, 593 Twirler 57, 58, 593 Tri-Hi- Y 573 Homeroom Officer 57, 593 Mid Term Graduate. E. EARL NORTHCUTT "School is a place where I see my friends, therefore I endure it." FFA 57-593 Reporter 57, 583 Football 57. CONN IE NASH "A friend in need, a friend in- deed." KN CHARLES NICHOLS "I'm happy go lucky." State Poultry Judging Champs 573 State Dairy Judging Champs 583 4-H Club 57-593 President 57, Vice President 582 Track 57. MARTHA JANE NOVAK "Here is a dear and true in- dustrious friend." FHA 57, 58, 593 Library Club 593 Tri-Hi-Y 593 Girls' Forum Rep. 58Q Student Council Alt. 59, Library Helper 593 Home- room President 59. TOM NELSON "He sings for love and idleness, nothing else is worth having." Transfer from NLIIIIICWIZQ Band 58, 593 Bronco 58, 59g Homeroom Pres. 593 .lunior Rotarian 59. via ESTHER NORCROSS "But, oh, she dances such a way! 'Tis a sight so rare this day." FHA 57-59, Historian 59: Library Club 573 Girls' Forum Rep. 573 Beauty Shop Society 585 Junior Play 583 Senior Play 593 Tri-Hi-Y 593 ggture Business Leaders --. . .ILDITH OLIVER "Angels are perfect-but I'm a woman." Footlights. Latin. Press, Bronco. Tri-Hi-Y. Am. Hr. 57-59: Band 57-595 Rep. 57: FHA 573 H.R. Officer 57. 58: Corral, Thespians 58. 595 V. Pres. 59: Junior Play 589 2nd UIL Declamation 57: UIL Poetry Interp. 59. ANN ELIZABETH PAGE "As busy as a beaver, as jolly as can be." Foollights, Tri-Hi-Y 57- 59g HR O. 57. 583 FHA 57, 58. Pres. 58g Del. St. Conv. 57g Dehate 57, 58. Sec. 575 Thespians, Bronco. Chmn. TAP, Citizen of Month. 58, 59: Jr. and Sr. Plays: Tennis, Girls' Forum Pres., Val- entine Princes 59. JOE DANIEL NOVOSAD "A perpetual pranksterf' 4-H 57-59: Waterloo, Iowa 575 Dairy Judging State Champs 573 2nd Place Livestock Judg- ing Team 58: Showmanship Award 58: Sanitary Farm Dairy Award 58. LEVON OWENS "I have often regretted my speech. never my silence." DAN R. PHILP ROSALIE OLEXEY "She wears a hat with a silver Iiningfl FHA 57. 583 Homeroom Secre- tary 57. 585 Beauty Shop S0- ciety 584 D. E. 59. JOYCE MARIE PACK "Which comes first-the mar- riage license or the diploma?' Footlights 57. 58g FHA 57g Beauty Shop Society 584 Home room President 57, Vice Presi dent 583 Girls' Forum Repre sentative 59. WALTER PLAGENS "Come what come may, time HMZHY TCCCIW advice- He is BEVERLY O'NEAL "Always ready for a hap- py time." 'Q' KENNETH W. PATRANELLA MI want to be bashful, but the girls won't let me." Jr. Class Treas. 585 HR Officer 575 "B" Assoc. 57-59g Two Year Track Letterman, Capt. 585 Two Year Basketball Let- terman, Capt. 59g Valen- tine Court 59g MOD gigng 59: Junior Rotarian and the hour mn through the One Who Profits hy' if-ii roughest day." Student Council Altemate 593 Homeroom Treasurer 583 Sci- ence Club 59. Homeroom Officer 57, 58. JIMMY POTTS "A mln-atm-1' lives forever, and toilet' dies in a clay." Band 57-59, Banrl Offi- cer 58, 59: fl-H Club 57- 59, -1-ll Club Council Representative 57, Home- room Officer 57. MARCIA RANSONI "She makes all life one grand, sweet song." SC 57. 58: TASC Del. 57, Footlights 57. 58, Choir 58, 59, FFA Sweet- heart 58, 59, State Final- ist 58, Hr. Officer, Sr. Class Council, Valentine Princess 59, Jr. and Sr. Play Usherette. RUDELL POEHL "A rare exception, a boy who says little but means a lot." Homeroom Secretary 58. NANCY BEARD PRlCE 'ilf you ever need a friend, here l uni." Footlights 58, 59, FHA 58, Latin Club 58, 59, Tri-Hi-Y 59, Thcspians 59, Homeroom Officer 58, Girls' Forum 58, 59. ,P X Y -17 LINDA RESTIYO "With her dark ltair and big brown eyes. slic's a pleasure for the eyes." Footlights. Tri-Hi-Y 57-59: Hr. Off.. Beauty Shop Soc. 58, FHA 57, 58, Band 57-59. Twirler 58. 59: Tennis c. 57: Bronco, Sr, Frolics. FBI. 59, Pan-Am Tal- ent Show 58, 59, Jr. Play C0- Manager. ANN PORTER "She's one problem l'd like to solve." Latin, Tennis 57-59, Hr. O. 57, Footlights 57, 58, Tri-Hi- Y 57-59, llcl. to Austin 59, Sec. 58. 59: S.C. Rep.. jr. Play. Tennis Club 58, Bronco 58, 59, Pan-Am 59, ll Vice Pres. Girls' Forum 59, Sr. Frolics. BOBBY D. RANDALL "Nothing is so difficult but that it may be found out by seeking." D. E. Club 59. THOMAS RILEY 'lEarly to bed and early to rise. makes a man healthy. wealthy. and wise." FFA 57-59. President 59. Vice President 58. Crcenltand Presi- dent 57. ELAINE PRICE "Her little deeds of kind- ness help to make the world happy. A Cappella Choir 57, 58, Librarian 57, Footlights 57. 58. Secretary 58, Bronco 57. 58, Tri-Hi- Y 57-59, Chaplain 58' 1 FRL 59, FHA 57. 58, Beauty Shop 58, Treas. Sr. Class. JAMES ANDREW RESTIVO "Nothing is little to him that feels it with great sensibility." Swimming Team 57-59, Pan-Am. CC Boxing Team. 58. 59, Hr. Offi- cer 58. 59: Slide Rule, Science 59, Spanish Workshop of Monterrey 58. 59. C. W. RUSSELL "Mistakes will happen, but must I give them so much help?" R. H. SCHLIEKER "I never trouble trouble till trouble troubles me." S.C. 57g "B" Assoc. 57- 59g Baseball Letterman 57-59, Captain 59, Boys' State 58g Harry Chamb- less Award 57g Football Letterman 58, 599 Cap- tain 59g All-District Foot- ball 58, 59g Norman Dansby Award 59. RONALD ROSPRIM "Homework fascinates me - I could sit and look at it for hours." JOANN SACULLA "It's quality rather than quan- tity that matters." Footlights Club 58, Future Homemakers 575 Homeroom Secretary 58. Q JANICE JEAN SCHULTZ "A likeable lass in the Senior Class." Future Homemakers 57, 58, 593 Future Nurses 58, 59g Beauty Shop Society 57, 583 Corral Staff 58, 59, Girls' Forum 57, 58, 59. L. J. RUFFINO "To do two things at once is to do neither." 4-H 57, 583 S. F. A. Bowling Team 57, 58g S. F. A. Team Champs 57. 'N-...u-- 1 CHARLES F. SALVAGGIO "A guy with a car goes twice as far." 4-H Club 57, 58, 59, Bronco 57g ICT 59, VIC Club 59, President of 4-H Club 575 Football 57, 58. SHIRLEY SCHULZ "A mile a minute is good speed, but a smile a minute gets more action." V Future Homemakers 57, 58, Homeroom Officer 57, 58, 4-H 58, 59, Reporter 593 Footlights 58, D. E. 59. PHILIP LOW RUSSELL L'I'm almost frightened out of my seven senses." Footlights 58, 59, Pan- Am 57-59g Slide Rule, Debate 59, Hi-Y 59, Re- porter 59g Science 59, National Honor Society 58, 59, Thespians 58, 59, Treas. 593 Junior Play 584 Senior Play and Frol- ics 59, NMS Finalist 59. DONALD SCHULTZ 'LHis aim is to go to Dog Patch University and play football with Lil' Abner." "B" Team Football 57g Football Letterman 58, 59g Hon. Men. 10-AAA Football 58, All-District 13-AAAA Football 59, "B" Assoc. 58, 595 Homeroom Officer, 593 Track 58, 59. DONALD SEAY "After a look at him we suffer from high 'red pressure." FRANKIE SKRHAK "The first years of man must make provision for the last." Vocational Industrial Club 59g President of Homeroom 58. DICK SCOTT All Ive learned Ive gue sed' all I know Ive forgotten HUGH "POPS" SEALE "Y u .ay it's Engli-h but I say it Greek Ban 57 58 59 Football Letterman 57 58 Squad 59 Ba eball Lettemian Footllghts 57 58 All District Football and Baseball 58 Soph Cla Pre Cla s Favorite Val entme Court 57 Choir 57 59 B Asot 5719 Boy Forum President 59 QVUI? CHARLES SHELDON MARIE VERONICA "Gentle and retired, a boy to be SIKORSK1 admired." "She's happy in love-oh, what "B" Team Football 57g Swim- a feeling? ming Team 57: Band 582 Latin Future Homemakers 572 D. E. Club 57-59. 58, 59, Secretary 59g Ist Vice Pres. 583 Girls' Forum Rep. 593 Homeroom Secretary 57. DONALD SMITH JOHN SMITH "The surest way to hit a wom- "Blessed are they who go in an's heart is to take aim kneel- circles, for they shall be called ing," big wheels." Slide Rule 59g Science Club Homeroom Officer 573 Pan-Am 59g Boys' Forum 57, 58, 59. 57-593 Math 59: Corral 593 Press 59? Science Club 59g Pres. 59Q Boys' Forum 57-593 National Honor Society 59. ROBERT SHEARER He and his trombone get along real fineg ask the trombone." Band 57, 58, 59? Choir , 3 Barbershop Quartet 57, 58. JIMMY SMALL "Being handsome with- out grace is the hook without the bait." BILLY STEEN "All things come to those who wait, so why hur- ry?YY ANGELINA SODOLAK "Not bold. not shy, not short, not tall, but a very sweet ming- ling of them all." Future Homemakers 57, 58, 595 4-H 57. 585 D. E. 58, 595 Li- brary Club 57. QNX . 1 in 435' 55+-if PHOTO Nol Avuilobll BOBBIE STEELE "Our Bobbie is most content when in the midst of Merri- ment." 4-H 57, 585 Footlights 575 Li- brary Club 58, 59g Homeroom Officer 57. ff No Photo 1 AVAILABLE CHUCK STEWART "Thank you, faculty, l enjoyed it." Footlights 55, 56, 575 Future Teachers 585 Bar- bershop Quartet 58. ANN SULLIVAN "A quiet girl, but quite a girl!" Latin, A Cappella Choir 57-595 Footlights, De- bate, Junior Play, 585 NHS 58. 59, Sec.-Treas. 595 Quill Sz Scroll 59, V. P. 595 S. C. 595 As- soc. Sec. 595 Who's Who 595 2nd UIL Reg. .loumalism 595 FTA, Corral, Bronco 59. ANCELINA STRATTA "She's like a vitamin ad-full of vim, vigor, and vitality." Future Teachers 57, 585 Latin 57-595 D. E. 595 Homeroom Officer 575 Girls' Forum Rep- resentative 58g Beauty Shop Society 58. JOHN BENNETT SYPTAK MARY ANN STRATTA "A popular gal with more than her share of men problems." Girls' Forum Representative 585 Footlights 575 Homeroom Presi- dent 58. H. A. TAYLOR "I wanna be a JllIliOl' Clip- "When he's as old as seventy- boarder!" one, he'll still play pranks on TASC Delegate 585 Latin Club everyone! Y 57-595 Student Colmcil 58, 595 Band 57, 58, 595 Junior Play Hi-Y Football 57 58' Home- 58' Senior Frolics 59. room Officer 57, 59. '?1" STEPHANIE SWAFFORD "A 'rose' without a thom." Footlights 58, 595 FTA 57-595 Future Business Leaders 595 Pan-Am, Beauty Shop Society 57, 585 Pan-Am Secretary 595 A Cappella Choir 57-59, Secretary 59, Asst. Business Mgr. Bronco 595 Thespians 595 Na- tional Honor Society 59. JACK THOMPSEN "He's not a card, he's a whole deck." JOE URSO "Even Charles Atlas was never like this!" 4-H 57-59, State Champs Poultry Team 573 Gold Star Boy, NPFFC, High Indiv. State Dairy Judg- ing, Mayfield Poultry Award, Pres. of Club, Delegate to Leadership Lab 585 President of County and Commun. 59. BARBARA THOMAS "Thy voice is sweet as if it took its music from thy face." Footlights, Homeroom Off. 57- 593 Pan-Am 58, 59, Rep. 595 A Cappella Choir 57-59, Rec. Sec. 593 Tri-Hi-Y 59, Bronco 59, NHS 59, Beauty Shop So- ciety 58, Rep. 58, Junior Play, 58, lst Amateur Hour 58. W .. l 5 0' I I arf 1 PHOTO NOT AVAILABLE ELLEN TRENCKMAN "More fun than a barrel of monkeys." Pan-Am, Footlights 57, 585 Tri- Hi-Y, Bronco 57-59, Editor 593 Homeroom Off. 57, 585 FTA 585 FHA 57g Beauty Shop Quartet 585 Junior Play 583 Pan-Am Convention 58g Annual Convention 593 Quill 81 Scroll 59. MILDRED VALENTA "A lovely note in the song of life." Future Homemakers 57, 585 D. E. Club 58, 59, 4-H 57, Girls' Forum 57. GENE THOMAS "I'm one of these everything- happens-to-me people." HR Officer 57, 585 Soph. Class Parliamentarian, Library 57, Pan-Am, Footlights 57-59g Gr. Capt. 583 Jr. and Sr. Plays, Sr. Class Rep., Thespians, Tri-Hi- Y, Speech, Corral, lst V. Pres. Girls' Forum 59. JOE DAN URBANOVSKY "Sometimes I sit and think: sometimes I just sit." Band 57, 58, 595 Junior Play 58, Boys' Forum 57, 58, 59. ALBERT VAQUERA "Boys will he boys!" DAVID TRFJO uls there anyone finer?" Pan-Am 57, 58, 595 D. E. 58, 59g H1-Y 59, Stu- dent Council 59. RUBY URSO "There's always some- thing to keep a twinkle in her eye." Transfer 59. BOBBY VERNON "Quite a clicker l " ORA WESTBROOK "A good-natured friend." BRAZOS VARISCO "A grin or smile you could see a mile." 4-H Club 57-59g S. C. 57g Soph. Class Treas. 57g Junior Class Pres. 58g Valentine Court 583 Basketball 57-583 Pres. Hr. 59g Valentine King 59. JERRY WATSON KENNETH VAUGHN "Today we lose him, tomorrow the whole world gains him." TOMMIE WEDEL "Get thee behind me, Satan - "Always able to 'drum up' a and push!" little fun." Band 57-59. BILL WALLACE "Some think the world was made for fum and frolic, and so do I." Debate 57, 58g Band 57- 593 Footlights 57, 58: Boys' Forum 57-59. GEORGE WHITE "Ain't misbehavingl' MARLENE WHITE "Active and Attractive." 4-H 57-59, Sec. 57, Pres. 58 FHA 57-593 Vice Pres. 593 FBL 595 Tri-Hi-Y 593 Hr. Of- ficer 57g Office Helperg Girls' Forum 57-59. FAYE WHEAT "Loveable and likeable." Tennis Club 58, 593 Ten- nis Team 58, 593 Foot- lights Club 59g Sr. Play Committee 59: Hr. Of- ficer 58, 59. JOHNNY WILLIAMS "They said it couldn't be done, but he did it." Pan-Am 57, 58. DAVID WINNINGHAM "He may seem quiet and look naive, but if you know David, that's hard to believe." A Cappella Choir 57-59, Slide Rule 59, Debate 57, Pan-Am 57, 585 Bar- bershop Quartet 57, 58, Pres. 58, Hi-Y 58-59, VP 59. .IOE WHITLEY WILDER "The midnight oil he bums is 'Gulf Crest."' 4lH 57-593 Future Farmers 573 "B" Football 57, 58, Track 57- 59, Sr. Frolicsg "A" Football Letter 59. LA NELL WILSON "It isn't by size you win or fail, be the best of whatever you are." Future Homemakers 57, Library Club 58, 59. .IIMMIE YOUNGBLOOD "Fave slide rule . . . will trav- e .79 NHS 58, 59g A Cappella Choir 57-59, Thespians, Corral Press, Footlights, Science, Slide Rule, Speech 59, Jr. Play, Sr. Play, Barbershop Quartet, Track, De- bate 57, 585 Amateur Hour 57. DOUGLAS J. WILLIAMS "Shoot low, sheriff, he's riding a shetlandf' Future Fanners. GERALD WINN "I'm a self-made man, but what a job it was." A Cappell Choir 57. BEVERLY JEAN ZEMANEK "She came a stranger, and de- parted a friend." Transfer 593 Future Business Leaders 59, Pan-Am 59, Band 595 Corral 59, Tri-Hi-Y 59. PATRICIA ANN WILLIAMS "Dynamite comes in small packages." Cheerleader 58, 59, Hr. Officer 57, 58, Foot- lights, FTA, Pan-Am, Girls' Forum 57-59 g FHA 57, 583 Bronco 593 Tri-Hi-Y 58, 59, FBL 59, Homecoming Prin- cess 58. .IONNIE ELAINE YOUNG "Fair hair, twinkling eyes, she's an angel to one of our guys." Footlights 57, 58, FHA, Hr. Off. 58, Bronco 58, 59, S. C. Alt. 57g Soph. Class Rep.g Sen. Favor- ite, MOD Queen, Sr. Frolics 59, Pan-Am, Tri Hi-Y 57-59g President Del to Austin 59. FXISX Futura- Nlmii- Stairs of .'xllll'l'iC'Ll b , ii s ,.? "'1i Linda forgot ill'I' lmlnliy wok Childrcn must play. Evelyn. I 'Q 1 , 3 F -I llmfil we l'Nl'l' turn mul likv ww did? liNf'Ili Caught in the acl. lhlllii you feul wx-ll. Nlurrif? 3. ,N Ytllliii Ill'Yt'I' In-livw his naim- is julm Smith. Anybody for ll ridv in ai rval chuck wugmi? 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Margaret Carpenter Q1 NIBTIIYII Mallard Jeanette Martin QUEEN AND KING SENIOR ATTENDANTS CL e - " 77, Z i UQ LIN 2,55 vl 9 I 6 Marcia Louis QVFFN A KINK, Hanwni Griffin NIui'g1nrm-t Brazos Ann KPHIIQBIII Carp:-im-r Vurisvu Page' Patrane-lla JUNIOR ATTENDANT5 0 SOPHOMORE ATTENDANTS LL I' t vs ,Io Ann Jacob Judy I Tommy Vincent Bval Capps Carll Ann J Oc Judy If-rry Stanford Woriiack Perkins Ballard CROWN BEARERS: Ann Vick. Curl Bounds, Mike McCown ' . :gil n v ' , v , 2 I., Lyn 5 NI XRTH X -XNIIS ChQ erlm ader ELLEN HOWELL Student Body Secretary J...- 1 NIARC -XRET C-XRPFNTER Head Cheerleader D X R Award Who s DONALD COLE The plan Clulm Pr: xdent SALLY LEHR Cheerleader JUSTIN KIDD Student Body Preexdent D.A.R. 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X. ,, 'I ur, . ! 1 ., ,- 5:31 Th es pian mx' NEW NIENIBERS Dwayne Caldwell Bill Danflny Judy Fnstr-r liarlvaru Gibbs Cam L00 Eric Nyc llarclnvr Parker liilly l'uwr'r4 Hvverly Svusta ,ImXnn Sturm Ftvpllilnif' 5xsaffO1'cl llvnr- Vlilllllllfli ,lrdnn Vinum-nt Bonnie- Wilfon Jllllflly Ynnngbloofl OLD MICNIISICHS Kla1'g1:11'm'I llilI'lM'llllI Sanmlru Clark Dunahl Cuh- Paun llllI'l't' I-.llvn llmwll Justin Killsl t' llaximl l.Ylll'll i Q li' ,- 51 ociety J:-um-tlv Nlurlin .lurly Uliwr Ann Puge- Philip Rllrsvll Nancy lfnrxlvll 3 4-p qt John Smith. Lann' liurkllaltcr David McCormick, Justin Kidd Ann Sullivan Sllarlcne Nixon J y a - , Joyce Cargill, Lynda Ball, Ellvn TI'CIlCllIll3I1. Ellen Howell, 'Lane Nedbalvk, Betty Bolton, Kay Hart, Pam Durrc. uill and croll PRESIDENT , ,M ,, , 'Lane Ncdbalck VICE PRESIDENT .,,.,,, Sliarlene Nixon SECRETARY , ,i,,,,, ,,,,, A nn Sullivan REPORTER , ,,,,, , , Betty Bolton xt, if XI1ll'g11ll'l'l i:ill'fN'Ilf4'I' UlV'l'5'I'.'XNlHNK2 l.lI.'l'. 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IIN lxllilb If KICIQIJCY NXNIIHX KII ll T I h BME BOTH swap UT THE BRGACOS NEED SUPMT AS Viu, 1 canes Iqntsur X .X 1 xx X A ' ' a A i I x , Q ' 1.1 X '1 I 5 MARGARET CARPENTER October JUSTIN KIDD Svptember - Student Body President Head Yell Leadvr Citizens of ANN PAGF January JEANETT MARTIN November - - 1 ' March of Dimes Senior Class President H1.I.EN11uwEI.l, FQ-lmmry .IUNNIICWUNC March St't'l'l'lilI'j' of Stud:-nl Ba vdy IIKIQXIJ.-X Hl"I'I.IiR April l"iQ-ld Day The Month l,1'l'ri1Il'Ill uf Triblli-Y ll'lJY IIUIWESS May l Jllllitll'-5L'IliOI' I 1'OIll ' A ".,4- l 2 gffe -f,.-' ,1?F' If R f f ' x M 1 ,- RONNIE MARSHALL KENNETH PATRANELLA Junior Rotarians BILL RO DANSBY TONIXIY YVOODYARD .......JU5l' 4 F Q A .QQ G I I If x I ' DAVID LYNCH 1 , 11-, I s 4 H- f if 'Z TOM NELSON ERIC NYE MIKE KERLEY fh V 'f f V? N Athletics 1? -0 YJ Yell Leaders 1:1 er'-, .H-rl Pat W illiame 'oi it Margaret Carpenter H Pad Yell Learler Fully I i Martha Amis "ni TOP ROW: Jerry Ballard, Tommy Woodyard, Billy Don Catalena, Kenneth Bledsoe, Johnny Barton, Richard Cook, Ray Berry, Glenn Dowling, John Charles Fazzino. MIDDLE ROW: Tommy Brady, Jay Bob Robert, Kenneth West, Donald Schultz, Glenn Gregg, Lo'uis Griffin, Joe Womack, Morris Hamilton. BOTTOM ROW: Henry Cortez, Joe Wilder, Henry Brewer, Morris Gene Burkhaotcr, B. H. Schlieker, Jack Connor, Henry Boxley, Manuel Gomez. , JN Trainer-Hideout, Coaches-Killough, Johnson, Mun- TRPCAPTAINS day, Ohlendorf, Burditt. Morris Gene Burkhalter, R. H. Schlieker, Jack Connor Q- N.-n-u ,PW 92 Y . Q , - f TY? , L -Wg!" ' x'x:2"T'r 'x ' 1 Q .Y '1 ' b xgm- X 4 ff 55 fm , X - mn.- 'x . , , :Wa r "'7' 4 Manager: GLENN BLAIR Truim'r: SAMMY BIONTUYA r 5 T . T ' mug., fexn.""" E. N- .1 I 'lglfq 1 I li L. Q Tackle-MORRIS HAMILTON 66399 Guard-DONALD KING CCB!! Team Team fi BRONCO BQND " 'T Q Mg in 'T' y lb! T QR 1 i3fQm,51 QBIQBI : QA TQ X Q M.. ll' H-rl Q .sf lsqigi W Wifi, , ,71 451 ,17 M11 , .-..... i 1 , . , i , . , 1 xv ' .' - x - v N . . 'P if AI , , -1 A ll . Esau X I ilu.. .' li - "" ,', . 92' ' . . Q gym' F cfhfif, ii T Ml ' . 1 V 3 I , TOP ROW: James Griffin, Tommy Niedraucr, Tommy Meeks, F. J. Catclena. Frank Cash, Emil Moncivias, Guy Davis. MIDDLE ROW: Jimmy jones. Milton Andrus, Carol Enloe, Joe Konocny, Donnie Collins, ,IOC John Stratta, Pat Fishvr. Tommy Carll. BOTTOM ROW: Leslie Crvnghaw, Charles Pantalion, Pete Scanlin, Danny Dansby, Bobby McCli-Ilan, Jainvs Piccolo, Kcnnelli Nibling, Dicky llauldin. aco poil ronco Ti ers Down crappy 4 , t Br an rew 27 to 0 9 3 KA glrcl By CHARLES CAHDER Eagle Sports Editor A trio of second quarter touch- owns powered the Waco Tigers a 27-O triumph over the Bry- n Broncos here Friday night to oil the B r o n c o 's bow into AAA gridiron competition. The Bengals, who appeared to e more than a darkhorse con- nder in the ISAAAA race as ey dealt with the Broncos mov- to a T-0 lead in the last min- te of the first quarter. mounted e 27-0 lead at the intermission nd allowed reserves to battle e Broncos during the last half. Waco used the big play for four touchdown margin. A punt return resulted in initial touchdown, a pass in- set up the second and in the fourth while the touchdown was scored on 65-yard play from scrimmage. The Broncos, displaying every of determination avail- mfa,heavy0d.,d,SrrQ:- lip, 2 t, ' uick Cou11tersSCaS01'l linch Victory 32. or By CHARLES CARDER Eagle Sports Editor Exhibiting extreme poise for the opening game of the season the Bryan Broncos vaulted into the 1958 campaign Friday night with a 32-12 grid victory over the Port Acres Eagles on Bronco Field. The Broncos turned loose a of touchdown twins in jun- fullback Henry Boxley and senior halfback Morris Burk- halter while reserve fullback Brewer, who,missed a portion of the early fall . 'program because of a mJury, rammed home the Bryan touchdown of the Coach Jesse Burditt's charges, of District 13AAAA fall, cracked the goose egg the scoreboard two-thirds of way through the first quar- Ilbadded two counters in the Y x f . I! SV'm5':g,-jgli., '-'1.fi -,.-- 1 an sjfsd BQ ' -fl' W Xi'-. r P ' . A. I .i, - ,, Q . ., . -' 1 Q 7-xlafi.. ' x C' 1-ff - .' W , ' ' . . - ' X D X --s L.."nek.l' ' ' I ' ' '?I5Lf'. K X " lic: i'.: yfqg . I nh . vg-- K ,:g,W. I 0 I I bv Jackie Connor on the Bryan trio of racing Broncos cut se for long distance runs Fri- y night to give Bryan a whop- g 30-12 homecoming victory er the McCallum Knights m Austin. It was Bryan's first victory in 13-AAAA and gave the a 5-3 record for the The Knights suffered 13th straight defeat. "Three B's" - Burkhalt- Boxley and Brewer - rip- through the Blue Knights 283 yards and three touch- to spearhead the hustling to an unexpected easy HENRY Boxley, to full duty for the time in five weeks, sack- up the game with a dazzling yard touchdown jaunt early the third quarter. Officials erased an earlier 74 - yard journey by the fullback in the second Halfback 'Morris Burkhalter s the leading rusher for the oncos with 128 yards in 13 tries. Boxley had 83 and re- rve fullback Henry Brewer d 73 on just two tries. One s good for 71 yards and a first wn on the McCallum two and m there he dived over the Brom: Il 39-6 rld Vlctor 2 '74 Nigga r an orieosTr1 tot Co roeT1gers 14 1 THE WIN was recorded by the best team effort exhibited by Bryan in many moons and was posted by a squad that be- came determined to help Con- roe accomplish its battle slogan for the week. The Tigers had been fired with an effort to wipe out the loss of 1957 and the Broncos set about to make them forget 1957 but remember 1958 in its place. This the Broncos accomplish- ed by scoring their initial touchdown with the game less than three minutes old and add- ing their second counter less than three minutes after Con- roe had scored its first touch- down midway in the second quarter. Both Conroe counters were set up following the recovery of Bryan fumbles, the Bengals moving 44 yards for the first counter and 45 for the second. Conroe moved the ball from their own end of the field to Bryan territory only once dur- ing the game. That was follow- ing Bryan's first touchdown when Alton Robinson returned Broncos e 1 ustan S Friday The Bryan Broncos face their 1 non - district football f the season Friday night they clash with the La- Consolidated Mustangs at at 8 pin. and the un- Broncos will enter the without the services of ace fullback, Henry Box- Boxley, a junior who has a starter in each of the Bryan victories recorded mis fall, suffered a broken left hand in the Huntsville game last week and will be out for about three weeks. . Boxley reported a slight pain in the hand Friday night and when the hand failed to respond to treatment Tuesday an x-ray revealed the break. THE LOSS of Bexley will ause Coach Jesse Burditt to nuke only minor changes in his lfensivn nlnnc fm- eonsolidatcd game as lie will install Henry Brewer at the fullback post where he ha: fren a great amount of action during the past two weeks. When Brewer has been at f1il'b11c-li Boxley has moved over to half- back to replace the injured Morris Burkhalter but Burk- halter will be ready to return to fulltime team duty with Jackie Connor at halfback this week. Joe Womack will com- plete the backfield quartet from roncosl-'ieadv 'al 6 76011003 r 0188 or Wildcat 1s:Qzgfs.:?.i.ii?i t l mple Tilt movies showed the team tinued to hustle ,throughout tl game even after they trailed by three touchdowns. "When you're 21 points be hind in the first quarter and keep scrapping. you've got son fine boys and that's what we'i got," Burditt declared. THE BRONCO coach said tl team made a few mistakes ar went to sleep a couple of tim. but otherwise did a creditab job against the Wildcats. "We were pleased with the spread and it would have work- ed even better had we not drop ped seven passes," he added. Kenneth West, playng a line- backer spot, was singled out for a good job by Coach Burditt. "TO BE HANDLING the job for the first time we think he turned ini one of the best per- formances against the Wildcats Burditt said. The Broncos meet the Travis Rebels in their final game of the season here Friday night. "Travis has a better club than McCallum's but we think we have a good chance to win Burditt said. 'Bryans Broncos, who can't seem to rate anything except underdog roles, find themseives in the usual position again this week as they face the Hunts- ville Hornets on Bronco Field in a Friday night contest. Biyan, named as the under- dog last week against Conroe. will put an undefeated record on the line in the Friday con- test when they face the Hunts- ville Hornets, victors in two of three games this season. Publi- cations at Houston and Fort Worth ranked Huntsville as the favorite this week while a Dal- las writer divided the ranks by favoring Bryan. The Broncos staged what Coach Jesse Burditt described as a 'Teal good workout Tues- day a.fternoon" featuring pur- suit scrimmage and group scrimmage sessions. "IT WAS JUST a good old fashioned workout with a little of everything included on the schedule. Most of all we tried to work at getting tired, condition- ing,""Burditt pointed out., Pass defense was also stressed in the drill and Wednesday the Broncs worked on their pass of- fense and team defense. All of the Bryan squadmen are expected to be in good shape for the Friday contest which will be the second home game of the season for the Broncos. S 1 :Miglia 7 V H. if l 40 4 Q 4 23 I 'IS-v .31 f-.Jil FIRST ROW. Standing: ,lorry Ballard. Ronnie Marshall, Klervin Pvters, Richard Guinn, Roland Harding. Louis Griffin, Joe WIOIHHCR. KNEIQLING: Kvnnutli Patranclla, Henry Boxley, Alwilliam Ginzvl, Jay Bob Robe-rt. Left Coanll. MR. XASS Right-Captain. 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The win for Hem-V Boxlexr, Wildca.. , - ' '1Ck0I'9L Xvornack' a V h the VBS 'Qt ' picked up 16 pre- 4 On the ' iliminary "B" game, was run- , 'wer-up to Boxley on the varsity Bro! X ' 12 . ,ith 13. H gan? X md alestine jumped off to a 17- after I V 1 first. quarter lead and poured due tx 1 3 .i 20 points in a torrid second Quarter. - . g"3I'lQl' while Bryan could man- points with but UP..3I.'ld end: ob the first put in all mit Mustang' score was the second A Grzzzle before halfti so edge the into a 22-21 lead as the sounded. befo push shot led throughout third quarter until the last! minutes when Bexley layed to tie it lt 81 31. Butf' tile free 'H be only nine points. THE .BRONCOS came back fgstrong in the third outplaying if the wiidr-ar 15-8. B oi lf .Ei illa llll'ltL' qi. ,ii'S HIV? H lxvld land liznciixig ll'l:5sl't'l " 'l in gi Kg: Ilia' third I f t5i'j-'airs win our im' Rebels. The Biwm-os droiwued '-a limiii- . liruukei' to Tl their first 'losing out 48-46 in the last tex A riiiiiulfjs. , .. ,. . ie .iiliiwxic luzxgilc in ,cu .i . gh i,.,t ., -"'ii'L I"i"d'iv rvfh' l BRYAN OUT-HIT the V A""'w' from the floor but lost at time free ihiiow iirte. de 'fl' 'ei I' The Bioncs held a 35-33 tin tid of 'he i ci C fter leading by one point, 24-23, tiT'I!i8. .-thi i i ,, 'E I? gg i 5, n a w a 5 io . Wildcats pulled y ll. nine Tigei C0 IFFIN W with 13 v" 'S, Tigers the and 16 for who 'ru 0-33 Win Over Travis defeated in district competit with a 50-33 win over the Tr is B team here last night. The Bryan Colts remained 1 I l tl The nipped the Pales- The Cone wok 8 14,5 f 'EL 58-56 m 8 pref quarter lead' andugege IIE i" ' h d d..Tr8 ' ' B W1 T' I t s raced ahead 19-4 in5 ogg Saint a in the the fi quarter but had toiquartm. bu . and hang' nik r dear life to salvageicoits Yin, 3 ' ay. d. v h ff W1 - t . J ' ff tosse 'Rl THE GAME was deadlocked poig-L 3-. honors 30-30 at halftime and Palestiiaelthe! took a 48-47 lead at the endl 01515 the third. But fouling got the best of the Wildcat B squad ands, the Colts hung on to win. i Womack was to scorer with' . p ' 16 and Roland Harding and Jqj ry Ballard got 10 each. e 34 1 I t s ut bad pass- Don Craft was top scor H151 and failure to hold on to re- the home team with 17 Belton hounds stvniied the visiting Tm :mild 0 1'0I1COS AUL BROOKSHIRE The Broncos led briefly In agle Sports Editor early stages of the game and BELTON Bryan matched score was ti i Belton ,almost basket for basket here last night but the Tigers 0 cashed in on an abundance of, son's throws to take a 69-53 vic- over the Broncos. Belton man s 10 in ed four times before a 11-10 lead on In throw. Dennis layup made it of Belton at the 7' 1' f put F Me ,1 -Na allu Er an 4 --. ,- ,. C it .' Q i . p Q' ' , if 0 X1 . R. ',, Q - F i " i fi .J , :' A N! af- ' I ' F By I I RE finished the oarlv smith 5 Tift?1ftC'f3!'f:iFi'tO1.','IE'lflf at 4-Fa rf- ' f?.34,,, V713 1 Ea, X L JB 9-T standing, while " ' an 2.02-fi' i.'ic:to:'1:33 me -X f Austin pryan broke even a T-7. i"'-:- rv o :tn-ii 'I'wv.'is w tournament ' 4 I.CJ':,-'I' il? tangle in 1 c to- V6-8 vrlff 'N' Qecord me lm kv- and ll':Callum has a v.'x:i.tt , iff mzqizt, fallii morrow nig. Y, 13-qi " - ' 'X I Q7 fa he lwilznis of AAAA baske Mgr inn-' Y , 1 55 M ,A ' A. The Knizghts der way- iift ' i -- 'KP .4 Q -I , t - ' 'Q 'SET jg if .wdifme Cfiliffil' il The two tea Sh' ' it 4 J 'js , the best 1'l'fxTOi'L' - Nia , irzi ' ' ' fi ' -5'-'wi ldvmciell of Eames and the y2 J ljti, ' ill I-QYLRIT his usual will emerge fror.. .5' YU' ' A ' uryzivi i.0YU01'l'OVt' n . . , f .. the favorite 101- tf-, , 6+ Q, ,wtigvw I hmeup mu? JOE A In other gznncy if 1 " , ti Q 1 Cortez' Hank- R0 night, Austin will . si , ,N H, " " ' 'A"' 'lcCov and Ben Trott and Temple meets W. " l Q Q . F, uv 1 .li is the leading score MCCALLUM COM 'i.- 9. now 4-nptaxri wil: lm ,. 'tilt-7-1543-4' -tazd :lt ix? of gilhzti' K .gwgmg with 150 pcm 5 record - the best H H e ' jl rm Broncos on elle ll-itil' to Exit' ,md xbolh ith- it-if Br:-at a11jeSQQ-l1djS the Ng, 2 p tx-jg-L .. going img mfg Q'Qn1.'i-ilflnt. against the Wilco LAl'Zxi7'2i --U! aim: Nfxal-o or-.,l. A K' ,Ref infthc AL1StiI1111gh 5 petitign, vvhile Bryan '-Ong-yt in a DlSU'!Ct 13-AAAA rJLltI!l,'.? Flin: 101' ill lil' twfnlfxt. I, hc-HAHD GUINN hit '11 chalked up a 9-6 recoz QTMQ game will be played iv WH- J hum M Cub! WMU, A ax..-,i and Gl'lf'lll put in 10 Defending champio, ustigj eo, 5 A he Holglmi llzmtmfi fi-4, L' u ,U ' Q 'F K' L - if ' ' Q Ken Patranclla. 5-lil Ffliitlfgi- "ward Gninn 1, I l,.o1::- Gan E??n'f!.dgt 'EUSYLL was elect:-d 1-zlptani of? :za li-1 inet! in-111-' fi :-"1 7' it-U. ' t"','U' MONO in ts e the Bronca yesterday by ll vowi Coax,-li PL-C1 Val- Dx .if--ai 'VT it i'Um"xt mimi?-ino'wa . . - - , -- '. if-iii' : tial.. ...- . 66 9, iof his tezinimatrrs. ,with tl.l: tear' ' gm rm, ext, V vu 'A F' IL I' Ugfd ...QI C . 5 Althougli not a high lacoror. Q xigzuizifpt, 'lblixple h,.1r:1.t1 M 'E' 'I' ,qtiafl U' t. - t V - . 1. . Grin' "yas ' .FW 1Patran0ll:l is tm" tvzmi s Ton - they would oziv. to wfsly t-xml. el ' L ' UU NLE 1 A -1 1 1 1' . t- f , i. 'of t'r-li U1l'li'ff'i bf- I 'fa Br lplaymzzkor and hal. hundh-1' E1li'1iliDCITt'!' to all-lc-zu A .tux 1511.11 1 - -A -' Q . ' - Quint. 52-42 to do f" - ' 1 'Q I ,. I I . ' I f t 1 i , , ,,,. , , 1:-.9 ,,, . has been av,1'C,igL111l1' startcl' All f'ov"w'i W'-vo 4- l-1 'n t"-' H'-I1 i A ".'i'1Mfd d 1 . .. ,n 1 -1 . .. .fa . , . , V . , ,. He,-N, v 0 ropHu 1 ont 4 . X. T I 4 N ' 5 By PAUL BROQ Bryan was ahead and cut the Z center, e' 'l fthird. G , Eagle Sporis ' N except tor once in 1 points at onefwent 0 mal "mile, 'N HUNTSVILLE --X fperiod when Humax me fourth. I G11 in nm 5Broncos broke away X -7 lead but loolaed its best as thefgu-3 1, in me ,lead and survived 2 W i i ella swished in a sc if opened when Hmiryfqugi V Bmmds b quarter let - down t " t .e 1- 1 om there on out it d Griffin dropped in aw ,I lead T ,Huntsville 55-44 in the l 's ball game. 4 ,oals each for eighllst f ' N35 Cmiy i .ball opener for both teams " 'X HE BRONCS held an N t- Y . C5 gf mn a 31-11 llast night. antage after the fziq Y In M ECK VASS substi- with -if 'omuck and - Qewis Griffin dropped in 'MV and had widened we Hfivf NS 103111 Sain 'S' hittir 'om the side ipoints from under the basket I to 33-22 at halftime. .3 to lead and the Ho Cm, - E ,hot ahead Pace the Broncos but high-poin fast break. combined ' strongly. outplay' with Iwo Qi 'mwg to go in honors for the game went to .e sharp shooting. gm .- in the fourth. 3,2-Cond, Weldon Higginbothamz Hunts- cos -a 21-point lead l W it the sei-vggr of: Gmmn ld BOXIFV-S r ville centei, who piituin-20. telthird but fhniiillllv .Ri , its 6-7 445-f,1J1i5h31'p ,g H?g.gm,e the B L Xa x ,1 """ . ' K ' "' H- 't HIEIUHCOS H1106 HCR to ,Defeat Brenham 63- ff , ., X . ,ff ' 572 , ., It if A ' S' 2 'Q Mm at .1 lx . Q I "Lx --.Q "' -ma. t t in hm: N ,A QQTQWQ .5 wr A , 3 Y ,L kr v 'Ki ya 'U "1 ' ' N -. ., ,ka . xx 1 1 f :QW ! ,ak U A qvfiwfal s-1mQ,.! X v,'.".' x ', mf, ui X .qv-Lux? :, S 1 ' mmm .gurl . 4 ,wwf--' 1- t M30 S . - F r"' Y , ie 1-A 4 ,X 38 fiklors Q' Q 1 I I Q' , I fs , 1 f 7 I24 int Us 4 tb. I -1 ,vkl . ,,, .pa .Vw Q 3,--' - M M.-7 ,- ww, W - fn, "" ' ' H ...x - f- " Q., ' .R , , .. gx ,, .W N - -QQ . X Q, : . - - , 'K ' H Tfl'.'3.::?1gffi'4aI I .ll Track TUDEQTQ ,IXLK LONINOR Blfladjulllp I 2" KX x Q xxxvgxxw 1!ffI!Eig?L 'if -as 45-awlun RUNNIIL NIXRNHXLI Loss Hurdlcs D rut lift ll I 111 H1 l1H1111il1 I I llll 45 fb-1-0.-.- DONNIE RINQ, D1 cus MIKE KERLEX M110 1111! N141 D1t11ct Fourth K1 11111211 I' uurth 111111 111111 1111, 10011111 118111 111111 11111 1111111 111 11011 ROBER1, U"'f'f' Ihlfd 111111 111 P1112 11ELL1 RONNIE 111RsH1LL NI1l1H1l111 D1-trlcl Fourth Baseball M Q-Y44, RYA V4 'Wx Y TOP ROW Gary Phllhps Joe Womack James Josey Coach Peck Vass NICYVIII Peters LEWIS Grxffen Andy 0 g Coach Dxck Munday Le l1e Cren haw John Herrera R H Schlleker Henry Boxley Jerry Ballard BOTTONI ROW Davld Massey Nick Cardenas Tommy Carll Stephen Gongora Pete Scanlm Joe Moreno Jacob Beal Oren Beal B111 Catahna PECK VASS and DICK MUNDAY Captam Coaches VY v,. I" " A W g .. tk. ... B F V- ,, " "' " . A 5 - -Q' " H .Q U A ' 44 5 4v 4 ul V H . 'o-" i ' r in . ' 5 n 4 -X. ,. 5 K' . 1 Yi' J " of , Q. , g . t , S. S . l , . . , 1 . ' i : -H v G s s 9 Y 7 Y 7 Y ' -Q., " , Y Y s J", V ' 'H f " V ll YY R. H. SCHLIEKER 14 MERVIN PEIERS Pxtcher Outfleld W' JOE NIORENO Outfleld PETE SCANLIN Outfield R H SCHLIt.KER Outfxeld Y , GARY PHILLIPS Mana er J OE WOMACK Pitcher, Catcher BILLY DON CATALINA Third Base if LESLIE CHEN SHAW PIKCIICI' LOUIS GRIFFIN Flrst Base Outfleld STEVE LONGORA becond Base JOHN HERREA Pitcher JAMES JOSEY FIYSI Base JACOB BEAL Thlrd Base JOE CARDEN US Shortstop 1. Nl-A ...,, Q' 1..b-VL,-.. pr. IQ., ,V Q 1 51 TOP ROW: E. Nye, F. Benson, T. Kerley, A. Anderson, B. Colson. MIDDLE ROW: L. Potts, M. Chapman. J. Fisher. C. Johanson. S. Fleckenstz-in, S. Howe-Il, A. Purtvr, Nl. Wilson. A. Porter.. KNFELINC: E. Nedhelak. L. Barnes. P. Olexy, J. A. Vinci-nt, J. Pond. BI. Carpenter, D. Eddins, J. White, F. Wheat. Tennis Team . I VS. TOMMY KERLEY, Jr. District Champ MRS AUSTIN C h . , , oac ual? --P. in --.--+-Q7--,-7 75? KKK! Zfwif, X f f 3 Qff ELAINE NEDBELAK 'NIARC ARET CHAPNIAN Third D1 trict iSen1orJ MARGARET CARPENTER Third D1 trlct fS0n1orJ Three year letterman W af BILL COLSON, ERIC NYE, District Entries ANDY ANDERSON, District Entry LI Frm 16" + ,,. Z , Q CLFI45 ffifl fy f ,lv ,iff W J ' , ,ff ' 1 KX AAA An AXA Organizations I 57 . sf, L, S R A E F L E 1 G T 1 John Curtis Mathis, Buzzy Syptak, David Trejo. Lynda Ball. Morris Hamilton, Ann Stanford. E o F it F 2 I U C . E I R V 5 E President, justin Kidd, Vice President, Ronnie Marshall: Justin Kidd, Ellen Howell, Ronnie Marshall, Mary Wilson, Secretary, Ellen Howell: Recording Secretary, Ann Sulli- Sara Siddall, Ann Stanford. vang Sponsor, Wesley Summers. Council ASSEMBLY CITIZENSHIP SPECIAL Beverly Scasta, Byron Griffin, Sandra Glenn Greig, Kay Cougcr, Sara Siddall, Mary Wilson, Deane Smith, John Fleckenstein. Danny Dansby. SYPTHIL Jack COHHOT- O U S 1. c I i v i If Ii e s Kiss my hand, Philip! 5 .fix L 52231 .lg Q V ,..l,,.. "!,fj,t . iff, llcre's llc-v.. hamming it up! Bonnie, did you kill that thvre man in them thar hills? Bill and Barbara enact a conversation of Let's experiment with this make-up the dead- Say, lCt's paint up tht' plawl fl 1 ,45- Y,..- Q A-ad O6 lla'-'Vf' 'x 91 Yr' lk...--af ' I I 1 H i-Y .I. Allen, J. Andres, H. Boxley, R. Canalcns, P. Carll. D. Colt-, B. Colson, C. Dohbs, B. Criffin, R. Harding, T. Holidy, J. Hoyak, BI. Hyde, D. Lynch, R. Marshall, C. Kloehlman, D. NIcCormick, E. Nyc, B. Odslricil, M. Peters, P. Russell, J. Syptak, D. Trejo, U. Williamson, J. Willmann, C. Wilson, D. Winningham. -, acl. 90 PRESIDENT ...- ....,............,........... ......,..... D avid Lynch VICE PRESIDENT ...... David Winningham SECRETARY ......,,,. ....,,,,.,, I ames Allen REPORTER ..... ,. Philip Russell CHAPLAIN mv., ......,. ..... D avid McCormick PARLIAMENTARIAN ...- ........,. George Inglehart SERGEANT-AT-ARMS H .............. -... Bill Colson I46 A ugh CONVENTION lJl'Il.ECA'l'l'IS PRESIDENT. Ann Page: FIRST VICE PRESIDENT. Gene Thomasg SECOND VICE PRESIDENT, Ann Porter: THIRD VICE PRESIDENT. Sandra Clark. FOURTH VICE PRESIDENT, Naomi Mon- toya: SECRETARY. Gwen Collierg REPORTER. Paula Maddox, READER, Barbara Gibbs. The Girls, Forum is an organization in which all girls of Stephen F. Austin High School hold membership. Its purpose is to provide interesting and beneficial programs that help in making decisions concerning special problems and vocations. The theme for this year is 'lThe Truth Shall Make You Freef' taken from John 8:32. Mrs. Bounds sponsors the organization. if 0 S 9 PRESIDENT, Hugh Sealeg VICE PRESIDENT, Tommy Holidyg SECRETARY, Billy Powers, RE- PORTER, Danny Dansby. Every boy in the school has membership to the Boys' Forum. The purpose of the Boys' Forum is to give the boys ideas and examples of careers in which they may plan to follow. The Boys' Forum meets once a month during which they have speakers explain the functions of various careers. Mr. Miller is sponsor of this organization. 1 vg-Wu' -.gs ""Ps-- I 1- 'U -'Q-0 .--C" C0 .,-7 9 Q?- gb Jin CI' QQ DL fx ' 4 J K. Alexander, M. Autrey, M. Batten, S. Berger, J. Bishop, P. Brown, C. Caballero, L. Cedillo, B. Cook, C. Curtis, L. Crenshaw, S. Dominik, P. Dooley, E. Dorkey, E. Eason, B. Elliott, K. Fazzino, H. Foster, G. Dominga, D. Guyton, P. Grizzaffi, B. Hamburg, R. Hightower, J. Horn, S. Hughes, M. Jandt, M. Kucera, D. Keefer, S. Mclflfish, E. Mosley, C. Newell, E. Norcross, J. Norvak, M. Novak, N. Nuche, D. Paholek, J. Petroskie, B. Riley, D. Ryan, M. Salvaggio, S. Salvagio, H. Scoates, J. Schultz, S. Sherrill, P. Spors, N. Tuttle, M. White, J. Windslow, C. Wilkerson, J. Wynn. U...- ,ow ,awp o N K ' ', vt S , 1 J 1 CD 2 " n , ull f' . o " f 4 . 4,17 A... O, N., w PRESIDENT ...- .......... ....... S ue Mclilfish VICE PRESIDENT ........ - ....... Marlene White SECRETARY ...-..-. ....... Madeline Jandt REPORTER ............... -... ..... Ester Norcross PARLIAMENTARIAN ...-. ,,,,,, Lucille Cedillo f rn JS O6 .15 v '57 'ir' Andcrt B Bank J Bruns. ,l. Cargill. BI. Carpe-mf-r. Xl. J. Cox. T. Daniel. D. Lcldln S Elliot F1 her NI Carrowav B. Gibbs. S. Gongora, S. Grisham. S. Hillier, S. Howe-ll. Bl ,Lindt P Ilmd artin Q Nlathi 'N Montoya. F. Niglvazzu. E. Nyfx C. Puck, L. Potts, S. Rammo Q uncle P Hmn cr J. Kuuntrcc. A. Sullivan. S. Swaffurrl. B. Thomas. R. 'Ioland 'N lu lr nce J -X Ymcent C, White. J. White, L. White. C. Wilkerson, P. William X 1 -5. 3 I I Linrla Potts Barbara Uilmhs SECREIARH Ste-pllanie Elliott TRE XSURILR .. jackie White REPORT ER Judy Rountrcc ll, I lb r . 9 ll, T S e.. ' -X S . W-f .jg- r....J OO QQ N-V 36 ,Q Q w fs MJF. - v 7. "1 v. aw--ff M. Berger, J. Bcwley, P. Brown, S. Jackson. J. Joms, C. Kuhin, A. Lazarono, C. Lopez. J. Lynch. P. Maddox, M. Moncivias. B. Ogg. K. Peterson. B. J. Sample. J. Schultz. J. A. Storm, C. Tu Whevlan, J. White, P, Wlllard. G vx 4 PRESIDENT . VICE PRESIDENT .....,. SECRETARY ,, .... CORR. SECRETARY ....... .. Slwila Jackson Jarge White Linda Whovlan a 5 l Jvan Lynch :NW lil Q r 1 ' ha V,-.Q2,"..f' .. 1,91 .M I li 5 ,- x rk, J. 'Cb K I in .MIK a 5,,. ,Q 06 ti Hd gg , .K Ja -1 W" A, ,l ' l"'w. L v4 V""'1 vw we X Tift? 'inn li 5 r 'Pi 1 -, r -,fs 'rf'-1-wgasf J. Birclwell, 0. Bledsoe. P. Catalina, R. Forstoff, T. Hulirly, M. Lightsey, K. Lightsey, C. Nivllols, J. D. Novasod. B. Powers, B. Stevener, BI. Triola, J. Urso. L. Walker, K. West, B. Williamson, G. Winn, J. Winters. -H Club J. Andert, L. Bames, J. Cargill, M. Carpenter, J. Fisher, J. Hom, D. Keller, F. Kindt, C. Lang, .l. Lero, D. llize. V. Morris. N. Nuche, L. Rosencranz, D. Ryan, S. Schultz, S. Sherill, L. Turek, W. Vance, M. White. CI- 66 OC 15 i' 'ii ,,,..D 1-a 00 85 al- Q2 H-Ju v.. aura! J Bewley E Cargrll V Carter S Clark L Cobb D Cole L Crenshaw B Gnffm B Ham hur J Kldd D Lynch D Mxze NI G Nloore J 'NIcCuIley C Newell .I Oliver A Page L Per uon M Ransom F Reeves P Rus ell J Scherbel P Spore S Sleek G Thomas R Toland C Wrlkerson J Wxllmann J Xoun blood 1 -fx 1 7 at-lL.4n'.:'.,-ns. peach C ub PRESIDENT Elame Car xll VICE PRESIDENT ............,,,,, ,,,,...,,,,,,. F rank Reeves SECRETARY ........ REPORTER .. ,, Pamela Durre , ...,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,.......... Robin Tolancl i l I i ,all 4--I Si ' ' i Z :TJA , 2' IT, 1 . KY, ar 1 P -fllf' ,f L15 In .rf I' Cl T 'J M. Autrey, M. N. Batten, B. Elliott, W. Elliott, K. Fazzino, V. Gibson, R. Hightower, B. Kuder, H. Moore, M. Novak, M. Phelps, B. Riley, L. Rolfe, B. Steel, N. White, I.. Wilson, J. Wynn. PRESIDENT ....,,,.... -,. .,.., Maxine Autrey VICE PRESIDENT ....... ....,. B arbara Elliott SECRETARY .....,. -. .,,., ,,,, T oni Hom REPORTER ...,.,....... -. .........,... Julia McCu1ley LIBRARY HELPERS T. Daniel, V. Easley, K. Fazzino, J. Ferguson, V. Gibson, B. Kuder, M. Novak, L. Rolfe, N. White, B. Wilson, L. Wilson. Nl ff 7" M Anus -X Boatcallie B Bolton P Carll B Catalina S Clark L Courtney T Daniel H Faulk G Gregg L Griffin P Hotard E Howell D Jerni an 'NI Kerley J Kidd C Lee D Lynch R Mar hall B Nlathi J 'Nlathl D N1cCorm1ek J NIcCulley C 'Nloehlman J RCSIIVO I Ru ll D Qmrth J Smlth A Sullivan D Wmnmgham J Youn blood Slide Rule PRESIDENT Lee Counney The Slide Rule Club IS composed mainly of senlor math students who are mterested in learnlng the use of the slide rule During the bl monthly meetings the club sponsor, Mrs Vick, instructs the members 1n various slide rule operations In their math classes the students are given a chance to put their slide rule ability to use. gu.4a Math Club 'Q""?i Q JUNIORS George Inglehart David Jemlgan Deane Smxth Steve Wood SOPHONIORES PRESI DENT Nllke Hyde VICE PRESIDENT John C,oVan SECRETARY Robert Colller TREAS URER, Eddie Lehr, REPORTER, John Hotard, PARLIANIENTARIAN, Tommy Kerley, SER CEANT Al ARMS, J1I'IlI'lly Wxllmann The Math Club was organlzed last year to gue lnterested Sophomores and JUUIOIQ a chance to ws ork more advanced math problems The Sophomore group whlch 15 dlrected by Mrs Sehlesselman studles algebra statement problems and puzzle problems Mr Sweeten IS the supervlsor of the Jumor group wxhlch studles exponents and logarlthms 'Cl- if ff- V a Q'-i'1luw 3, - st.: msg: P LF. 3 'fri' A ifif' 55, ,gf L JE , 1 1 f'4,Qf5 'J' fha ,7 fo? ,gf g "X" XZ x . "z, . X X yla .Rl A , X A! - - A 1 :' , ' ' , ' , ' ' . 4 : - 1 v 4 ' Z y 3 v Z ' 01.4 wi-Jw' wk X Kndcr on C Baker B Bolton J Cordras J Eaulnon H Taulk T Horn G ln lehart D Jcrm an Q Klmberlm D Kokemoor D Lln D Lynnh J NILLullcv C Nloehlman J NIOYTIS l llxp l' eu so nn 1 Nun 1 Tl om 1 o rc 1 Y nun blood f -,,f"-5' PRFRIDENVI N IC F PRESIDENT SEC RET KRT REPORTER CH XIRNI XN l60 clence C ub John QITIIID Betts Bolton Tom Horn Juha NIcLulley Charles Ycates , , , 'J I I W 9 1 IX, . yr' T, fh 53, ,l.r,, ,M-' ' .-2, ' ' xl . ff" ,I Q we V-3.-arg" J D. Pl" . J. Re J. Rcsti' . 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Pivonka, R. Pope. R. Rosprim. G. W. Russell, C. Salvaggio, F. Skrhak, C. Stewart, J. Thomsen. A. Vaquera, L. Williamson. Industrial Cooperative Trainin ' I l F PRESIDENT .................... . ., ,. Jimmy Lewis 'T'--.ii-' VICE PRESIDENT , ,,,, , .,., Edward Hubacek SEC. VICE PRESIDENT ...,.... Raymond Pope i . ' - SECRETARY .........,...,,..,,,,,,,, .,,,,. N ancie Gerke rm- ,Qi TREASURER ....... ...... R aytnond Hartsfield REPORTER . .,,. .,..,.. R aymond Horsak SERGEANT ..,.., ,,,.., I4 'rankie Skrhak k 4 5 X4 '9 L Ball E Carglll W Elhott D Garza P Grazafh S Cre N Kmdt C Lee NI LOUIQ S Nlc Elfl h E Norcroi E PIICE L Re llso Q Qw afford NI Whlte P Wllllalll J Mdla K Hart J Nlartm C Nlerka J Olner B Thoma E Trenckman J Houn B Yemamk PRENIDENT NICE I RESIDENT QECRE I' XRX TRF Xbl. RER REPORTER ef. 5 Piagnss u T u R E usmsss EADAERS MERICA Qandra bre Phwlll Crazaffl Norma Kmdt Cam Lee Future Ka Busmess Leaders N -M- Q f QW, M6 if Q r 1 j"F,1.""1 .g -' 4 Q.. 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Wy ' g ' .m1rx.9 Ju., '.,':,,l bi,-M-I Q me-1' 'tw , ,I xi ff' .ix '15 .0 1 IE-K ,A I J f r fs ,v 175 I r fy' lg., C. Il. MALOWN. JR. Director 5 rr -VF' v"a '- I -4' STEPHANIE ELLIOTT KORA Band Award NELDA .IOPP John Phzlzp Sousa Award -'N Cr wr I Q' fy Oni -. .51 H ny. it 5 0lfl"ICERS: Norma Kindt, Secretary-'I'reasurer3 Judy Perkins, Instrument Teclmician Stephanie Elliott. Yice President: Roger Ayers, Presidcntg Mr. C. B. McCvown, Jr Director: Jimmy Potts. Lfniforrn Teehniciang David Lynch, Instrument Techniciang Nelda Jopp, Uniform Teelrnieiang Judy Foster, Librariang Jeanette Martin, Drum Major. In the latter part of August the Bronco Band began practice for the I958-59 school year. When school began, they played for all the football games and pep rallies. including the Homecoming Parade. In October and No- vember the band held its annual Birthday Calendar drive, which was very successful. In Ut-tober the band attended the State Pair in Dallas. 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 Stephanie Elliott was awarded the Outstanding Band Mem- ber Award, presented by Casey Jones for radio station KOBA. In January district band tryouts were held in Conroe, and about twenty band members made the district band. Of these, Nelda Jopp, Jeanette Martin, and Judy Perkins went on to play in the regional and area bands. Nelda and Jeanette also played in the All-State Concert Band in Galveston. In April the band played concerts for Lamar and Jones Junior High Schools. The Spring Concert and reception were held on May 1 The John Phrlrp Sousa Award for Outstandrn 'llusrcranshrp was awarded to Nelda Jopp The Solo and Ensemble Contest and the annual has ride and picnic were held on May 9 And on Nlay 20 an ensemble from the band played for the Senior Com meneement Exercises Bronco Band E' na' ,UQ 1 nf L Hi, Y Y J KX X Y, x I f Q ,f. W5 v M I 9 1 3 51 ,Y as " di' QA' 1 V Q 'kflfyiffi 'fiiigal K Ma J .K,i5f.v. 45, . :SPY - q-.eau Q 55, , :ff H fjgi X ' jijiifs l , x t Fi? ix x fx , Ms :X Kaz, +I' tr. 5.1 Qpfxv- 1' fx' Nl E. Flat Lhumt N ll 4pp Ndlllfd Unk Bunrlx Qcmuptun Q X - - Naomi NI num NI kc H lie Irnm L cn Nmnma Kmct dll Beard. lun an u mx r Immla Broun ann Fisher. Carolxn Whm Ihr thx fum fnl Clmrluttp Fukcx van Nowak E 6 ..g.p6?N,f? Q f I74 FRENCH HORNS John Allphin, Clark Kiimberling, Marilyn Krueger 8 1 i Mary Nelson. BARITONES ,limnry Potts, Gerald Shearer, Sarah Cordray. TROMBONES Robert Shearer, David McCormick, Tommy Daniel, John CoVan, Van Wood, Albert Rambo Tommy Kerley lPicture not availablel. Once upon a time, there was SOMEONE who forgot to put the BAS5Eb neutralizer on a picture, therefore, the picture faded out and could Umrle umm Charh Hum not be used in this spaceg therefore . . . PERCUSSION Tommy Wedel, Bill Wallace, Ray Britton, David Lynch, Annie Ruiz, Lynn Luckemeyer, Emily Crouch, Arletta Lowry, H. A. Taylor, Robert Collier, Pat Casek, Johnny Ruiz lPicture not availablel. I uf' J uf--......., Q The Band wishes Mr. Mac a very Merry Christmas. Band Activities Does the school song make you sleepy, Jean- ette? lv , 3 - " , fi, ' , , 4 i ff. I " ' .cf . ' 4 3' d' I ', ' I Iv ,I Q 1 B l V 4 ,' W ' ' . 1 I - , I., . ' rr v , 4 . , ' .' ' ' I ' ' . A i ' ii ff v ' if 4.3 U .W.,,,.1 H jg ' all' 5' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ."' Y. . Q H Y. ,. 1 ' ,, .Y nn V' 1 5 ft --7.--.r, 7 4 4' 4 , dead, gals! , Q its , , n ' l 4 , ..mi I v, 4 e 4 if X we-A-1 'iii gg 9 The Band in action. Jack, Skip, and Bob wow the banquet crowd. .Q B 1 E Music isn't the only thing the Band adds ,QW Where did all that food go ... cl' at the basketball games! 9 Right, Eddie? I F53 if vu' fxw ,qffmj f f fg iw I LJ I X l Features Q ,ffm . X 1 A ,I Z I I , ,LII L I ,fx fA f l 11 . V I , I My N-tif:-5 IM X, Q 1 " ,!Lf?2'l'L I X JW, V X f 5 , :E X' x ' Q' W4 . we f 1 if, A-1 im li' , P I K i '11 f A if K I, hi' I' " A N K L l'-xi-5 i '-1'--"Lf ' rl -Q eff N IEE Vacation Ends- .xx S :ff Q - . iv .Q v X- y I 4 !4 . w WA 44. l -In F Q 45 . . 'V N J sg 0 . WIA fl' , I. X-V, i V , ff if 1 75 1 56' . 1 5- v Sophomore Joy Day! Danny, David, Jim, Buddy, Bobby, Ray, John, and Bobby feel amply welcomed by the well-wishing seniors. ' Our Thursday night yell practices were really well coordinated! Cooo . . . Broncos! RA 1- ABOVE: First day of school in the new wing finds Mr. Jones cracking jokes to BELOW: Bronco courtesy in- cludes asking the opposing And our band caught the hula-hoop craze! K l Heli'- We Begin Again- .lwlinm 1 .1111 Ita 1 L1111 ll I pr 1111113 ll ss Aff the members of l.C.'l'. class. schoo1's maojre-ttcs to perform for us. Down, boys! Yhafs not Bronro spirit. Y' I JI 0 Ill! tll r fl "Ge-t off!" yvlls jack Cnnnvr, "I d0n't dig this grass bit, man!" The Home COIIIIU team charges Iill'0Uf' the hoop 1 icmrx Stuiilpcd 'SIcCallum 30 12 .J Busy Days- 'llwu liivlis llwttvr known as Mr. and Mrs. Austinl ,N t'Illt'!'Il1ll1 5' at the , Sadie 1 Hawkins Dance 'llhcir rt-ndit inn of "That 6 My flfmml Oli jygf' Mountain 75, IJ:-w" :fx ht-ld thi' c-rnwtl V .l sps-lllmun ? b. ,xx 1 .,' N P ff 4, Twirp week, installed year, had couples playing tumabout- This is Fair play? P454 Thanksgivin Pluv A Spvuking for himself: ,lohn Aldon alias Philip Russel. That's long enough R. H.! Honor winners at the football banquet lvft loaclf-tl flown. OPPOSITE PAGE, ClR- CLE: llcck the llzillsl An- other joh for 4'Vi'I'y0l1C to help with espeicially if it gets you out of class. That good ol' Bron- co spirit was at its licst whvn wer had th 1' Hmnvcmning yvll practice down- town, v 5 5 V 6 hristmas Craze 113- Jack Conner and Joe Wil- der get the luvky jolt of unloading football Ji' jackets. letter 1:2 fx Hhs bcut 1t R H un Xlorri Lnm anrl Pete? x 3 Parma w TA YD-U' Sharing with others is our annual Christmas project Everybody really got their teeth into the work. Ir- 1 'U Thespians presented J' ,J nA-A -J ' , 1 "This Strange f91.,-4s,,,, MA, MA J Nightl' at our Christ- ,4 -J , ,J ,L J , A may mas assembly. -J ...J ., ' ,xl ,A J A 4 H-.. .. J ...J ,J ....J....1 - i.....t ' .J LA ...J J -J.-J ' I .JJJ .4 J anl....J a.....a...H Nix, 42:21, 1' ew Years Brwht Q15 3 -XBOYE Jonme Houn and Kenmth Patranella run crowmed NIOD Km and Jueen at a dance Lhmaxm tht TAP drne RIGHT Ntuds Qludy' Eurybodx frantrcallx pre pare fo emebter exam BELOW LEFT Josce and Barbara Q-llC.1ptam Nlac a ba of pnanut nlurm T XP clrm BELOW RIGHT Leo and the Rhxthm Rocket enter tam 1t the T X P Ialent Show .41 Bronco basketball team on the road What's so xntereetmg 1Il the back of the bus, Food and fun were had at the pan boys? Am Banquet' 7 ' , f C7 .- I l' 43 aw f 'HI if 5 M, ' . ' : " V S ' " ' B . . . : - j-, '. j ' I' - I ' is r S ' J 5. , : j ll s ' ' ". " g ' s 'g .:. . f , 1 lf. .. mu f C' 6 Sw. L . 5 h iam I I L j.. "" . i I if f . , l, . ,- jf prin ' In Sight- Straight from the country! Crunch and Jane entertain at the basketball banquet. BELOW: The- ,uperb food had at the basketball banquet can be allvrtvd to by Patsy, Elaine, and Judy. 9' . K A Si ' We could have danced all night at the beautiful Soph. Valentine Dance. ls? iii z 'QT 1.1 Q? Bromo band and Bronco boosters boost Bronco basketball bo 'ITIT Yve are very proud of the new Bronco Gym-just completed this school year. H12 :LA Sack lunch bringcrs eat heartily in the game room of the new gym. l83 Easter and Flowers KQV? 1511 Nlember of the Roger Wa ner chorr for an hour' .lu t1n Ellen Nlartha and Jmuny s1n at the lNat1ona.l Honor Qocxety pro ram Dav1d Annette Ann Bettv and ,lxmmy were partrcl pants ln our rellgxous Emphasls Week pro ram X In 44. sl f 1 Clark Krmberllng SFA clence uhm vvon lst m physics at our lst Annual Sclence Farr and hon oralmle mentxon at Galveston Nlr S A Kerley spoke at the assembly openmg Career Week I84 Popstrotters vs Faculty FIVE at the Senlor bas ketball game Aprzl and howers .lik IEI 1' Annette Bomanskw peaks at thc DF banquet RIC Ill' 'Nlr and Mre Aus un and aesoclates chaperone nur Prom Under the Sea BILLOW A crowd of loyal BIUIILUS char the ha eball mum Jv- xfv? 5 ' 44 .-5 1' H'- BELOW The Semor Frohcs were qulte a plot The Senlors gave exeryone a look mto the future In 1970 A81M co educatlonal Lee Courtney a 'HAD edltor Tom Ro er and Jack fmally make the beatmk clrcle We Graduate 'Www xc 1111 1l llllt 111' 11'1 111 I1 Su111l'11 1113111110 U11 11111111 111 1 1111-111 IN 1 t H1111 NI1111 HN 0' It us 1 Q 11111 1 N I11 H11 an 1 1 tl 1 S LX 1 1 1 l71111a 1 1 J S IIN C1111 11311 C111 1 111 '11 ll llllki I1 11 1 111 11111 111 11 111111111 X Q 1 1 11 ll 1 ll 1 1 U11 Q 111 N x 11 X112 1 1 I 1111 l1'1'1Q who ,111 1111 H 111 1l'1u11 111 S11n11111 111: AI111 1 H1111 X1 1s S1111 Ih1 1.11 1111113 alto 11 er P 1 Cl101f 1 The laet 1111111 for the b1n1urQ to Qmg 1211111 1111 Qn13r11sI P 1 7 "Tomorrow you Mark .Xhlz-tt Matthew Cayley Mrs. Culludine Mrs. Nnrhury Betty Calladine Angela Norbury Bill Beverley Antony Gillingham Miss Norris Major Ruinhald Elsie Wiuocl Audrey' Stevens Mrs. Ste-rt-ns Inspector Birch Officer Turner Directors die!" CAST Jimmy Xnunghlood David Lynch Judy Olin-r Nant-y Cordell Sandra Clark Martha Amis lim-id McCurinick .lustin Kidd Ellelt Htmfll Dunald Cole Esther Norcross Vznnelu llurre Ann Pug:- lllenn Uregg Phillip Russell Miss Uoodlett Mr. Austin RIGHT: "Oli l3ill"' Senior Waist Play J Curtain Call 'ARol1ert Ahlett's been shot!" Studi-nt Director Prompters Cam Im- Betty Bolton Sandra Gregg ll mt ju Yvatch out. don't goof! What a mess! lhat s one of the reasons! stunt than tx 1 tin your apron get the sui in ,lunwr Pla LOVE IS IN THE AIR Clarence Trurtt 'Uabgre Tflllll Hugo 'Noggmoclrer Elmer Tflllll Gert Truzll Roszoe Blzpp Gladys Truzlt .laclrze Summers Poodles Buffalo Ladres Wm low Marrlyn Krueger Ann Beams Faculty Dzreczors Stabe llanager Student Dzreclors Prompter Daud Jerm an Bonnle Wrl on Errc lNye Brll Dan by Jo Ann Storm Gardner Parker Beverly Scasta Dewayne Caldwell Lrnda Wheelan Judy Fo ter Sally Lrlrr Jeanette Stanford Gerald Shepherd Nlae Goodlet Mane McDonald James Snyder Marylrn Austm Barbara Grbb JoAnn Vmcent Beverly Og LEFT at dre s rflu ar al the Buffalo Ladle got rnto tha prrrt of un Ju RIGHT Brll and Jo Ann put therr whole heart 1nto tlrerr actrng lNow Boys T a houldn oxer lrl ol me' LEFT lou ll mn the Conte t Daddy and the Jet plane rrdel RIGHT See' I can lead but I C811 I f ow ' ' C 5 . . S. S . . xl' l t- ' s 54 91 . 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