Stephen F Austin High School - Corral Yearbook (Houston, TX)
- Class of 1946
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Text from Pages 1 - 100 of the 1946 volume:
BILL FANKHAUSER ....
BOBBY JEAN LEE .,..
BILLY BODDEKER .....
DONALD HOLLEY .....
BETTY JO MCDANIEL. . .
MAXINE MCMAKIN ...,
BRUCE SIMONEAUX. . ,
THALIA BREWER ....,.
MARY LOUISE WINTERS ....
BETTY JO WOLLEY ...,...
BRUCE VERNOR .....
PUBLISHED BY THE STUDENTS OF STEPHEN
F. AUSTIN SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
VOLUME VII HOUSTON, TEXAS
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of a happier and more plenfiful fufure.
zfllfhough fhis, fhe firsf posfwar year, has given fhe Gorral sfaff
some advanfages, phofographic supplies have sfill been on fhe
crifical lisl. Hs fhe year passed on we finally gave up hope for an
adeauafe supply of film and flash bulbs.
We are ever indebfed fo ilusfins arf deparfmenf, Bobby Jean
See, and lllahlon llively, under fhe direcfion of Mrs. Qeraldine
Brady. They are responsible for fhe clay figures and backgrounds
used on fhe division pages and fhe end sbeef. To fhem and fo all
of you who have helped in so many ways foward fhe complefion
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our EXTRA! EXTRA! personalilies, ihe laculiy. 'ln ihe nexl seclion is
our CLASSIFIED sludenl body--lrom lhe superior seniors lhrough lhe
juniors, sophomores, and finally down io our aspiring freshmen.
The SPUTLIGHT falls on Husiins mosi seleci siudenls, represenia-
lives of our highesl ideals in scholarship, leadership, personalily.
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body" we presenl lhe Musclw MUSTANGS. ' .Casi of all are ihe or-
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about the dedication. The vote was
unanimously in favor of that most de-
serving group of fellow journalists-
the Austin Round-Up staff and its
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lt is impossible to overestimate the
valuable service that these students
have rendered to Austin. Most news-
papers attempt to "inform and enter-
tain" their readers. The Round-Up
staff has gone further than that, they
try to educate their readers as well.
Their aim is to use the press as a means
of instilling a sense of loyalty to their
school, to their city, state, and coun-
DOUGLAS WHITTY, Business Manager
JEANINE EMINIAN, Fall Editor
BARBARA REED, Spring Editor
MISS PHILLIPS, Sponsor
try, and as a means of directing the
students in a realization of their re-
sponsibilities as future citizens.
LOYCE JOHNSTON, Ass't. News Editor
BILL FANKHAUSER, Literary Editor
WANDA REDMAN, Ass't. Feature Editor
BOYSEN ETIE, Feature Editor
JEAN BORCHERDING, News Editor
JEAN LEWIS, Ass't. News Editor
Last year the Round-Up was chosen
one of the best school papers in Texas
by the Interscholastic League Press
Conference. This year, with a smaller
than usual staff of experienced writers,
they have attempted to better that rec-
ord. But whether they are given state-
wide recognition or not, there is no
question about their importance to
their fellow students.
No mention of the Round-Up would
be complete withdut a word-and an
emphatic one-about the sponsor, Miss
Ardis Phillips. She has inspired in all
who have worked with her a deep re-
spect and admiration for her ability
and tireless effort, her earnest en-
deavor to achieve a high standard of
journalism, and for her fine character
and sense of fair play.
The gratitude and admiration of the
Corral-staff extends far deeper than
the pleasure they share with the stu-
dent body unfailingly on alternate
Wednesdays. The best way that we
can show our appreciation is by dedi-
cating our journalistic effort to those
future Winchells and Pearsons-THE
AUSTIN ROUND-UP STAFF.
OLIVER BOND, Ass't. Sports Editor
A. B. HARRIS, Reporter
RAY LAURENTZ, Sports Editor
JIMMY ROBINSON, Sports Columnist
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GLORIA RAIMER, Society Editor
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MARIE BRADSI-IAW, Column Editor
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Miss Annie Laurie Howard
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Physical Educgtion T' S' C' W'
Football, "B" Basketball,
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M,-5. Joneva Davis Miss Mollie Jackson Mrs. Frances Dement ,
Science Hisfory English, Speech
Cheerleaders Rice S. W. T. C.
Rice The University of Iowa
The University of Houston
Mrs. Geraldine Brady
T. S. C. W.
Miss Jessie B. Roy
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Mrs. Hilda M. Bradshaw
The University of Texas
Mrs. Julia B. Leonard
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Mississippi A. 81 M.
Miss Ardis Phillips
The University of Texas
Mrs. Charline Potter
National Honor Society
Miss Lucy E. Ulmer
The University of Alabama
Miss Beatrice Lytle
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Mr, Michael Spampinato
The Mustang Band
Miss Evelyn McGinty
Social Science, Latin
The University of Texas
Mr. Irving W. Lumpkin
"B" Team Football Coach
The University of Texas
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University of Nebraska
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The University of Texas
Miss Beatrice Harrison
The University of Texas
Miss ,Margaret Eby
The University of Texas
Mrs. Marjorie B. Dyer
Mary Hardin-Baylor University
Mrs. Verna S. Hogan
S. H. S. T. C.
The University of Texas
Miss Vernon Di Iworth
Miss Helen Soncrant
The University of Texas
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Miss Naomi Ekman
The University of Texas
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fe-Ns., ' COMMITTEE
Ann Wood, Motto, Ray Laurentz, Picnic, Elizabeth Trudeau, University of Hous-
ton Reception, Martha Langley, Senior Class Morning, A. B. Harris, Banquet and
University of Houston Reception.
Committee Chairmen not pictured: Billy Duncan and Maxine McMakin, Dance,
Clara Ann Biscoe, Banquet, Jean Borcherding, Picnic, Annabelle Rourke, Senior
Class Morning, Ralph Wallace and Mary Jo Ewing, Senior Class Night.
Ray Laurentz, H4-2, Betty Sue Harpe, H4-35 Mary Alice Copeland, H4-lp
Kathryn Rentzel, H4-4, and Harlan Willis, H4-5.
CLASS OFFICERS OF I946
RALPH WALLACE. . . ,.......... President
CLARA ANN BISCOE. . . . .Vice-President
MARY JO EWING, . , .,... Secretary
PATSY CONN . . . .Treasurer
BRUCE SIMONEAUX , . .,..,. Lawyer
EDWARD KUHL, . . , .Sgt-at-Arms
PATSY CONN BRUCE SIMONEAUX
KR LOE5CHER-CLARA ANN BISCOE"JEANINE EMINIAN
RALPH WALLACE MARY JO EWING
EVENT DATE PLACE
Houston Reception April 25 City Auditorium
Dance April 26 Austin Gym
Banquet May7 San Jacinto Inn
Baccalaureate May 26 Church, Church
Picnic May 28 Lyondell Park
Class Night May 30 Austin Auditorium
ALFORD, WANDA-Mustang Boosters, '45-'46, Tennis
BAKER, QUlNCY LEE-Musta ng Boosters, '43-'46,
Student Council, '44"45, Green Mosque, '45-'46, Aloha
Club, '45, Sub Deb, '45-'46,
BATMANIS, ELIZABETH-Pan American League,
Pres., Letter, '43"46, N. H. S., V, Pres., '45-'46, Student
Council, Letter, '43-'46, Lambda Sigma Alpha, Sec., '43-
'46, Mustang Boosters, '45-'46, T. N. T,, Sec., '44-'45,
Gym letter, '44-'46, Corral staff, '45.
ABU-,WARNER-Track and football, right end, '44-
'46, "A" Club, Treas., '44-'46, HifY, '44-'46.
ADAMS, RUSSELL-Football letterman, '45, Mustang
ALEXANDER, BETH-Mustang Boosters, '44-'46,
ALFORD BAKER BATMANIS
BEASLEY, BILLYE JEAN-Scottish Brigade, '43'-'44,
Mustang Boosters, '44-'46, Sub Deb, '45-'46, Bowling
Club, Sec.-Treas., Letter, '45-'46, Hospitality Club, '46, BEASLEY
Aloha Club, '46.
BELL, BILLIE RUTH BELL . E ,fg:,,
Biscoe, CLARA ANN-Mustang Boosters, '43-'46, 5 +
N. H. S., Pres., '45-'46, Bowling Club, '46, Round-Up,
Asst. Ed, '43-'45, Speech Club, V. Pres., '43-'46, Scottish
Brigade, Lt, Col., Reserves, '43-'46, Sub Deb, Pres., '44- 7
'46, Pan American League, '43-'45, Senior Class V.
Pres.,'46, Debate Team, '44-'46. A K 1 if
BLAKELY, RICHARD-Hospitality Club, '44, Aloha
Club, Pres, '44-'45, Football letterman, '45, Hi-Y, i A A
BOFYSlL,GEORGE-Football, '44-'46, Band, '43-'46. ,V
BISCOE BLAKELY BOFYSlL
BOLIN BOND V
BLEVINS, MARY LOU-Volleyball letter, '44,
BOLIN, DAVID-Mustang Boosters, '42-46, Aloha
Club, '45, Hospitality Club, '46, Pan American League,
'42-'43, R. O. T. C., '42-'44.
BOND,OLlVER-T. N. T., '44-'46, Mustang Boosters,
'44-'46, Round-Up, Sports writer, '46, Tennis Team, '46.
BORCHERDING, JEAN-Mustang Mounties, '43-'44,
Volleyball letter, '43-'44, Sub Deb, '45-'46, Mustang
Boosters, '43-'46, Round-Up, Circulation Manager, Club
Ed., News Ed., '45-'46, Journalism letter, '45-'46, Quill
81 Scroll, '46, T. N. T., '45-'46, Hospitality Club, '46,
Aloha Club, '46,
BRADFORD, DOLORES-Scottish Brigade, '43-'46, Pan
American Club, '43-'45, Mustang Boosters, '45-'46,
BRADSHAW, JAMES-Bond, '44-'46, Bowling Club,
'45-'46, Jarabe tapatio, '46.
BRADSHAW, M. BREWER
CHAPMAN, KYLE-Am. Legion Award, '44, Mustang
Boosters, '45-'46, Lambda Sigma Alpha, '44-'46, Win-
ner of typing contest llnterscholasticl, '45, Pan Ameri-
can League, Directiva, '44, Poem accepted by National
High School Poetry Association, '46, Am. Junior Red
Cross, '44, Reporter for Central Council of the Lambda
Sigma Alpha, '45-'46, Fire patrol, '46.
CHRISTIAN, MELVIN-Mustang Boosters, '45-'46,
R. O. T. C., '43-'45, Aloha Club, '45, Hospitality Club,
'45, Process activity, '44-'46.
CLEVENGER,MlCHAEL-R, O. T. C., '43-'45, Hi-Y,
'45-'46, Football, '43-'45, Swimming, '44-'46.
BRADFORD BRADSHAW, J
BRADSHAW, MARIE-Scottish Brigade, Lt. Flags, '43-
'46, Mustang Boosters, '43-'46, Mustang Mounties, '43-
'44, Corral Staff, Asst. Ed., '45-'46, Sub Deb, V. Pres.,
'44-'46, Pan American Club, '43-'44, Aloha Club, '46,
Round-Up,,Column Ed., '45-'46, Quill 8- Scroll, '45"46,
Hospitality Club, '46
BREWER, THALIA-Student Council, Corres. Sec'y,
'43-'46, Volleyball Captain, letter, '44-'46, Sub Deb,
'45-'46, Pan American Club, '43-'45, Corral Staff, Girls'
Sports Ed., '45-'46, Mustang Boosters, '44-'46, D. A. R.
Good Citizen, '46, Green Masque, '45-'46.
BRITT WANDA-Mustang Boosters, '45-'46, Aloha
Club, '46, Hospitality Club, '46, Baseball letter, '44,
Volleyball letter, '45.
BROWNING, KENNETH-Football letterman, '45.
BRYANT, MARYYMustang Boosters, '43-'44, Gyrn
CARTER, GLEN-Foofbqii, '44-'45, Track, '44-'45, Hi-Y
ci-iAMBERs,GiLBERT-Rolling Ponies, '44-'45, T. N.
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CLIFFE, R. T., Jr.-R. O, T. C., '43"45, Football letter-
CONLON,CLAUDlNE-Mustang Boosters, '44-'45
Volleyball letter, '44-'45.
CONN, PATSY-Scottish Brigade, Cap, drums, '44-'46,
Sub Deb, '44-'46, Mustang Boosters, '45-'46, Pan Ameri
can Club, '43-'44.
COOK, B. COOK. P
CLIFFE CONLON CONN
COOK, BILLY DON-R. O, T. C., '42-'44, Aloha Club,
'45, Hospitality Club, '45
COOK, PEGGY-Student Council, '42-'43, Mustang
Boosters, '45-'46, Aloha Club, '46, Hospitality Club, '46,
COPELAND, MARY ALICE-Musta ng Boosters, '45-
'46, Hi point team, '45, Mustang Mounties, '44-'45,
Senior Council, '46.
COPLAN, JERRY-Mustang Boosters, '45-'46, Bowling
Club, '44-'46, R, O. T. C., '43-'45, Aloha Club, '46, Hos-
pitality Club, '46.
CUNNINGHAM, ALLEEN-Gym letter, '45, Mustang
DAILEY, BILL-Lambda Sigma Alpha, V. Pres., '42-'46,
Pan American League, Pres., Treas., '42-'44, Student
Council, '42-'44, Student Life Federation, '42-'43, Mus-
tang Boosters, '43-'46, Basketball letter, '42-'46, Chorus,
.Ni '45-'46, Green Masque, '45-'46, Rolling Ponies, '45-'46,
5, Hi-Y, '46, Fire Dept., Batt. Chief, '46,
" DARLING, REX-R. O. T, C., Sgt., '44-'46, Non-Com-
M- ' missioned Officer's Club, Pres., '46, Radio Club, Treas.,
wi if '45-'46, Student Council, '45, Pan American League,
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DAILEY DARLING DAVIS, D.
DAVIS, F. DERRICK DITTBRENNER
DAVIS, FRANKIE-Pan American Club, '43-'44, Stu-
dent Life Federation, '43-'44, Choral Club, '44-'45, Scot-
tish Brigade, Drill Major, '43-'46, N. H. S., '45-'46,
T, N. T., '44-'45, Sub Deb, Sec., '44-'46.
DERRICK, RENEE-Mustang Boosters, '43-'46.
DITTBRENNER, J. RILEY-Mustang Boosters, '45-'46,
Hospitality Club, '45-'46, Aloha Club, '45, R. O. T. C.,
'42-'46, Speech Club, '44-'45.
DUKE, VIRGINIA-Student Council, '43-'46, Mustang
Boosters, '43-'46, Sub Deb, '45-'46,
DUNCAN, BILLY-Mustang Boosters, '43-'46, Aloha
Club, '45-'46, Bronco Whirl, Manager, '45, R. C, T. C.,
EMlNlAN,JEANlNE-Scottish Brigade, Col., '43-'46,
Round-Up, Ed. in Chief,-'44-'46, Green Masque, '44-'46,
N. H. S., '45-'46, Quill 8. Scroll, Sec., '45-'46, Mustang
Boosters, 43-'46, Mustang Mounties, '43-'46, Speech
Club, Pres., '45-'46, Sub Deb, Treas., '44-'46, T. N. T.,
'45-'46, Journ., Speech letter, '44-'46
ETIE, BOYSEN-N. H. S., '45-'46, T, N. T., '46, Mus-
tang Banc., '43-'46, Mustang Boosters, '45-'46, Round-
Up, Journ. letter, '45-'46, R. O. T. C., Sgt., '43-'45, Speech
EWING, MARY JO-Volleyball team, letter, '45-'46,
Pan American Club, Directiva, '44-'46, Senior Class Sec-
FANKHAUSER, BILL-Pan American Club, '43-'45,
T. N. T., '44-'46, Corral Staff, Literary Ed., '45-'46, Mus-
tang Boosters, '45-'46, Speech Club, '45-'46, R. O. T. C.,
'43-'45, Choral Club, '45-'46, Round-Up, Literary Ed.,
'45-'46, N. H. S., '45-'46, Fire Patrol, Asst, Batt. Chief,
'45-'46, Green Masque, '45-'46, Journ. letter, '46.
FENWlCK,JlMMlE-Football, Co-Capt., '44-'46, "A"
Club, V. Pres., '45-'46,
FITZGERALD, T. G.-R. O. T. C,, Capt, '43-'46, Mus-
tang Boosters, '45-'46, Rifle team, '46.
DODGEN, BILLIE JEAN-Mustang Boosters, '44-'46,
Sub Deb, '45-'46, Scottish Brigade, '43-'44.
DORSEY, TOMMY--Football letterman, '44-'45, "A"
Club, Sec., '45, Aloha Club, '45, Round-Up, Sports writer,
DOWLING, THOMAS-R. O. T. C., '43-'46, Mustang
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FLEETWOOD, MlLLARD-Football letterman, '44-'45,
Mustang Boosters, '44-'45,
FORD, HENRY-R, O. T. C., '43-'45, Aeronautics Club,
'43-'44, Orchestra, '43-'44, Mustang Boosters, '45-'46.
FORRESTER, ANNA LOU-Pan American Club, '43-
'44, Hospitality Club, '46, Aloha Club, '46, Volleyball
letter, '44, Baseball letter, '44, Cheerleader, '45-'46,
Orastangers, '45, Mustang Boosters, Cash Booster, '43-
'46, Round-Up, '45-'46.
FREITAG, JANE FREITAG, JEAN
GIBBONS, LESTER-Mustang Band, '44-'46, Bowling
Club, letter, '44-'45, T, N. T., '45-'46, Mustang Boosters,
GLOVER, C. E., Jr.fR. O. T. C., S'Sgl'., '43-'45, Corral
Staff, Boys Sports Ed., '45, Student Council, '45-'46.
GODBY, ROSE MARlEwMustang Boosters, '43-'46,
Scottish Brigade, '43-'46,
GOLDSBERRY, EMORY GLENN-R. O. T. C., M'Sgt.
GOUGENHEIM, NORMA-Mustang Boosters, '43-'46,
Gym letter, '45, Sub Deb, '45-'46.
GRAMMON, CAROLINE-Scottish Brigade, Sgt., Tex.
Flag, '43-'46, N. H. S., Sec., '45-'46, Lambda Sigma
Alpha, Sect.-Treas., '43-'46, Mustang Boosters, '45-'46,
T. N. T., '44-'46, Green Masque, '45-'46, Corral Staff,
Editorial Ed., '45-'46, Sub Deb, '45-'46, Pan American
Club, '43-'44, Am. Legion Award, '42,
HALEY, FRANCES-Mustang Boosters, '43-'46, Hospi-
tality Club, '45-'46, Volleyball letter, '44.
HARPE, BETTY SU EASpeech Club, '45, Mustang Boost-
ers, '45-'46, Sub Deb, '45-'46, Hospitality Club, '45-'46,
Member at National Anthologh Society, '45e'46, Senior
FREITAG,JANE-Scottish Brigade, Color-guard, '43-
'46, Sub Deb, '45-'46, Choral Club, '45-'46, Student
Council, '45-'46, Hospitality Club, '46, Aloha Club, '46,
Mustang Boosters, '45-'46.
FREITAG, JEAN-Scottish Brigade, Capt., Flags, '43-
'46, Sub Deb, '45-'46, Mustang Boosters, '45-'46.
FULLER, BENNIE-Mustang Boosters, '44-'46, N. H. S.,
'45-'46, R. O. T. C., Lt. Col., '43-'46, Aeronautics Club,
'44-'45, Pan American Club, '43-'45, Fire Dept., Batt.
Chief, '45-'46, T. N. T., '45-'46, Door Guard, '43-'46.
oi BBONS GLOVER GODBY
GRAMMON HALEY HARPE
HARRIS, A. B.4Basketball lettermon, '44-'46, Golf let-
terman, '45, N. H. S., '45-'46, Bowling Club, V. Pres.,
'45-'46, T. N. T., V. Pres., '45-'46, Pan American Club,
'43-'44, Mustang Boosters, Chief Booster, '43-'46, Fire
Dept., Capt., '45-'46.
HERBERT, EDITH-Mustang Boosters, '43-'46, Junior
Beauty, '45, Aloha Club, '46, Hospitality Club, '46.
HESTER, JACQUELYN-Mustang Boosters, '43-'46,
Hospitality Club, '45-'46.
l -if 1
HILL, BILLY-Basketball team, '44-'46, Mustang
Boosters, '44-'46, Round-Up, Sports Ed., '45-'46, Hospi-
tality Club, '44-'45, Am. Legion Baseball team, '44"45,
HOLLEY, DONALD-Band, '43-'46, Hospitality Club,
'45, Corral Staff, Photographer, '44-'46, Aloha Club, '45,
JACKOWSKI, CHARLES-"A" Club, '43, Mustang
JOHNSON JONES, O.
KEIPER KELLY KEY
KUHL, EDWARD-R. O. T. C., Capt., '42-'46, Aeronau-
tics Club, '42-'46, Mustang Boosters, Bouncer, '45-'46.
LALA, LEONARD-"A" Club, Pres., '45, Football letter-
man, '44-'45, Track letterman, '45, Mustang Boosters
'44-'46, Aloha Club, '44, Round-Up, Sports Columnist'
'43-'45, Basketball Manager, '45-'46, Speech Club, '43-
'44, Quill zs. scroll, '45, Ha-Y, '434'44.
LANGLEY, MARTHA-Scottish Brigade, Capt., '42-'46i
T. N, T., '44-'46, Pan American League, '42-'43, Mus-
tan Boosters '42 '46' Choral Club '44 '46' Green Mas-
9 I ' 1 i ' 1
que, '45-'46, Sub Deb, Sec., '44-'46, Round-Up, '45-'46.
H I LL HOLLEY JACKOWSKI
JOHNSON, GEORGE-R. O. T. C., '43-'45,
JONES,VlRGlNIA-Student Council, '43-'44, Pan
American Club, '43-'44, Mustang Boosters, '43-'46, Vol-
leyball letter, '44.
JOYNER, CAIRL, Jr.-Hi-Y Club, Pres., '45, Mustang
Boosters, '43-'46, Aloha Club, '45-'46.
KEIPER, FAYE-Sub Deb, '44-'46, Band, lst Lt., letter,
'44A'46, Mustang Mounties, '45-'46, Corral Staff, Circu-
lation Manager, '45"46, Mustang Boosters, '45"46,
Choral Club, '45-'46.
KEY, MERVIN-Band, lst Lt., '43-'46, Orchestra, '44-
'46, N. H. S., '45-'46, Mustang Boosters, '45-'46, Gavel
Club, '45-'46, Debate Squad, '45-'46.
KUHL LALA LANGLEY
LATHAM, JEANN I NE-Mustang Boosters, ' 4 3 - ' 4 6,
Hospitality Club, '46, Aloha Club, '46,
LAURENTZ, RAY-Band, Sgt., '43-'46, Round-Up,
Sports Writer, '45-'46, N, H. S., Pres., '45-'46, Mustang
Boosters, '45-'46, Swimming team, letter, '45-'46, "A"
Club, '45-'46, Football, '44-'45, Fire Dept., Chief, '45-
'46, Quill 81 Scroll, '46.
LEE, BOBBIE JEANNE-Band, Majorette, letter, '43-
'46, Corral Staff, Art Ed., '45-'46, Green Masque, '45-
'46, Sub Deb, '45-'46.
LEE, C. LIGHT
McDANlEL, B. McDANlEL, E.
MCELROY, NELDA JEAN-Mustang Boosters, '45-'46,
Choral Club, '43-'46.
MCMAKIN, MAXINE-Mustang Boosters, Scribe
Booster, '44-'46, Student Council, V. Pres., Principal's
Com., '43-'46, Cheerleader, '44-'46, N. H. S., Sec., '45-
'46, Pan American Club, V, Pres., '43-'45, Sub Deb, '45-
'46, Modern Dance Club, '43, Hospitality Club, '44,
Aloha Club, Hostess, '45-'46, Corral Staff, Business
Manager, '45-'46, Gym letters, '44-'45.
MAHAFFEY, HOMER-Mustang Boosters, '45-'46,
LATHAM LAURENTZ LEE, B.
LEE, CARL-Basketball letterman, '45-'46, "A" Club,
'45-'46, Aloha Club, '46, Mustang Boosters, '45.
LIGHT, MARGUERITE-Scottish Brigade, '42-'43.
LINKHART, GWENDOLYN-N. H. S., '45-'46, Hospi-
tality Club, '45-'46, Choral Club, '45-'46,
LIPSCOMB, KATHLEEN-Sub Deb, V. Pres., '44-'46,
Scottish Brigade, Major, Drum 8. Bugle, '42-'46, Pan
American Club, Student Life Rep., '44-'45, Speech Club,
Treas., '44-'45, Mustang Mounties, '43-'44, T, N. T.,
'44-'45, Student Life Federation, '44
LONGCRIER, FAYwMustang Boosters, Pastmistress,
'44-'46, Speech Club, '45, Student Council, Principal's
MCDANIEL, BETTY JO-Student Council, '44-'46, Mus-
tang Boosters, '43-'46, Sub Deb, '45-'46, Corral Staff,
Typist, '45-'46, Hospitality Club, '46, Aloha Club, '46,
Pan American Club, '43-'44, Choral Club, '46.
MCDANIEL, EUGENE-Football letterman, '44-'45,
Hi-Y, Pres., Treas., Sgt.-at-Arms, '44-'46, Aloha Club,
Manager Aloha Prom, '46, Am. Legion Baseball Team,
McDONALD,DONALD-Track, '45-'46, Chess Club,
'44-'46, Mustang Boosters, '44-'46, Aeronautics Club,
'44-'45, R. O. T. C., '43-'45,
MCELROY McMAKlN MAHAFFEY
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MANESS MA'l'l'lZA MEADOR
MlLLlGAN,CLAY-Mustang Boosters, '42-'45, R. O.
T, C., '43-'44.
MIMS, FADRA-Aloha Club, '45-'46, Green Masque,
'45-'46, Sub Deb, '45-'46, Volleyball team, letterman,
'45, Mustang Boosters, '45-'46,
MOORE, DORIS-Scottish Brigade, Adj, Major, '42-'46,
Sub Deb, '44-'46, Hospitality Club, Treas., '45, Mustang
Boosters, '43-'46, T. N. T., '45-'46, Choral Club, '45-'46.
MOORE, VERNON-Hi-Y, '45-'46, Bowling Club, Man-
ager, letter, '44-'46, T. N. T., '45-'46, Track, '45-'46,
Mustang Boosters, '43-'46, Hospitality Club, '45-'46,
Aloha Club, '46, R O. T. C., '43-'44
MUCKLEROY, SYBIL-Mustang Boosters, '43-'46, Vol-
leyball team, '44-'46, Tennis, '45-'46.
MUERY, RoBERT.AefomuraCS Club, '44, N. H. s., '45,
Band, '44, R. O. T. C., '43-'45, Golf team, '45.
MURRAY, E MURRAY, J.
MANESS, GLYNIS B.-Mustang Boosters, '45-'46,
MATTIZA, DOROTHY-Mustang Boosters, '42-'45,
Volleyball team, '45,
MEADOR, HARRY-R. O. T. C., Sgt., '42-'44, Speech
Club, '44-'45, Mustang Boosters, '44-'46,
MILLIGAN MIMS MOORE, D.
MUCKLEROY MUERY MURMER
MURRAY, DARRELL--R. O. T. C., '42-'43, Bowling
Club, '45-'46, Mustang Boosters, '43-'46,
MURRAY,JANE-Mustang Mounties, '43-'45, Mus-
tang Boosters, '44-'45.
NATH EY, ALICE
PAPE, GENE-R, O. T, C., Sgt., '42-'43, Tennis team, let-
PARKINJCAN-Scottish Brigade, Capt., Flags, '42-
'45, Sub Deb, '44-'45, Aloha Club, '44-'45, Mustang
PERRY, JEANINE-Scottish Brigade, Color-guard, '42-
'45, Round-Up, Typist, '44-'45, Sub Deb, '43-'45.
tang Boosters, '45-'46, Gym letter, '46, High Point Letter,
PHILLIPS, RALPH-Mustang Boosters, '43-'46, Hospi-
tality Club, '45-'46, R. O. T. C., Sgt., '43-'45, Aloha Club,
PHlLPOT,JOi'-Band, '43-'46, Mustang Boosters,
PICKELL, TOM-Mustang Boosters, '44-'46, Pan Amer-
ican Club, '43-'45.
RANDLE, PEGGY JEAN-Tennis Club, '45-'46, Mus-
tang Boosters, '45-'46, Gym letter, '46, High Point letter,
REED, BARBARA-Scottish Brigade, Lt., Bagpipes, '42-
'46, Mustang Boosters, '42-'46, Sub Deb, '44-'46, T, N,
T., V, Pres., Sec., '44-'46, N. 'H, S., '45-'46, Quill 81 Scroll,
Pres., '45-'46, Round-Up, Ed., '45-'46, Pan American
REED, BETTYE REESE RENTZEL
NEAL, WILBURN-Mustang Boosters, '44-'46, Aloha
Club, Pres., '46, Choral Club, '44-'46.
O'BANlON, CORRINAN-Scottish Brigade, Sgt, Vic-
tory Flag, '43-'46, Mustang Boosters, '44-'46, Pan Amer-
ican Club, '43-'46, Aloha Club, '46, Hospitality Club,
'46, Sub Deb, '44-'46.
RANDLE REED, BARBARA
REED, BETTYE JEAN-M usta ng Booste rs, '44-'46,
Baseball letter, '45, Sub Deb, '44-'45.
REESECAROLLYNE-Sub Deb, '44-'46, Scottish Bri-
gade, Lt. Col., Records, '43-'46, Mustang Boosters,
RENTZEL, KATHRYN-T. N. T., Treas., '45-'46, Sub
Deb, '44-'46, Scottish Brigade, Lt., Bugles, '43-'46, Mus-
tang Baosters, '45-'46.
n 2 ,
RlDGE, NORMA-Green Masque, '44-'45, Radio Club,
RIEMEN,CARLEEN-Scottish Brigade, Sgt., '43-'46,
Mustang Boosters, '45-'46, N. H. S., V. Pres., '45-'46,
Sub Deb, '44-'46, Chorol Club, '45-'46, Corral Staff,
RIMMEY, GEORGE-Aloha Club, '45-'46, Mustang
Boosters, '45-'46, Debate Squad, '46.
ebeb A E
RUSSELL SANDERS SENGELMANN
SHAW, A. Club, '45-'46, Hospitality Club, '44,
Aloha Club, '46, Football letterman, '45, Track letter-
SIMONEAUX, BRUCE-Cheerleader, Chief, '45-'46,
Student Council, Pres., '45-'46, Mustang Boosters, Asst.
Chief Booster, '45-'46, Senior Class Lawyer, '46, Corral
Staff, Boys' Sports Ed., '45-'46, Hi-Y, V. Pres., '44-'46,
Green Masque, '46, Bowling Club, '45-'46, Lambda Sig-
ma Alpha, '43-'46, T. N, T., '45-'46, R. O. T. C., Sgt., '43-
'45, Aloha Club, Treas, '46, Fire Dept., Asst. Batt. Chief,
'46, Chess Club, '46, Hospitality Club, '45.
SIVIL, BEATRICE-Mustang Boosters, '45-'46, Volley-
ball letter, '44-'45.
ROBERTS, HARDIE-Mustang Boosters, '45-'46.
ROBERTSON, MARY JOE-Mustang Boosters, '45-'46.
ROGERS, MARTHA-Mustang Boosters, '45-'46.
ROURKE, ANNA BELLEwT. N. T., '45-'46, Mustang
Boosters, '45-'46, Green Masque, '45-'46, Sub Deb, '44-
'46, Scottish Brigade, Tap Sgt., Bagpipes, '43-'46, Round-
Up, Typist, '46.
RUSSELL, JOHN-N. H. S., '45-'46, Band, Capt., '43-
'46, Tennis Club, Two year letterrnan, '43-'45, Gavel
Club, V. Pres., '43-'46, Mustang Boosters, '44-'46, Fire
Dept., Asst. Fire Chief, '45-'46, Junior Traffic Court, De-
fense Att., '45-'46, Harvard Book Award, '44-'45, Essay
Contest, lst Prize, '45, Hospitality Club, '44-'45, Debate
SANDERS, MARGIE BETH-Mustang Boosters, '45-'46,
Sub Deb, '45-'46, Bowling Club, '45.
SENGELMANN, DIANE-Mustang Boosters, '43-'46,
Sub Deb, Treas., '44-'46, Aloha Club, '46, Hospitality
Club, '46, Volleyball letter, '44, Baseball letter, '45, Pan
American Club, '43-'44, Soph. Beauty, '44.
SNAPP, CLETA-Mustang Boosters, '45-'46, Sub Deb,
STEVENS, BETTY JOYCE-Band, Sec., '44-'46, Volley-
ball letter, '45, Mustang Boosters, '43-'46,
SNAPPi SNOW STEVENS
SUMNER TEAGUE THOMAS, JEANNETTE
VOSS, PEGGY-Band, Drum Major, '44-'46, Volleyball
letter, '45, Orchestra, Sec., '45-'46.
WALKER, J. L.-Football, '44, Baseball, '45, Mustang
Boosters, '45-'46, Bowling Club, '45, Basketball, '44,
Hi-Y, '44-'46, R. O. T. C., '43-'45, Aloha Club, '45-'46,
Hospitality Club, '45.
WALLACE, RALPH, Jr.-Football letterman, '45, R. O.
T. C., Major, '43-'46, Senior Class Pres., '46, Hospitality
Club, '46, Aloha Club, '46.
SUMNER, MAURICE-R. O. T. C., '44-'46,
THOMAS, JEANNETTE-Mustang Boosters, '45-'46,
THOMAS, JOHN-Football letterman, Capt., '43-'46,
Track letterman, '44-'46.
TRUDEAU,-ELIZABETH-Scottish Brigade, '43-'44,
Gavel Club, '45-'46, Mustang Boosters, Bouncer, '45-'46,
Sub Deb, Pres., '44-'46, Cheerleader, Chief, '45-'46,
Round-Up, Typist, '45-'46, Hospitality Club, '46, Aloha
Club, '46, T. N, T., '44.
VAUGHT, TRUMAN-R, O. T. C., '42-'43, Mustang
Boosters, '45-'46, Aloha Club, '43-'44.
VOELKEL, NORMA JEAN-Mustang Boosters, '45-'46,
Hospitality Club, '46, Aloha Club, '46.
VOSS WALKER WALLACE
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WARD WEBB WEISINGER
WHIPPLE,.lEANNE-Pan American Club, '44-'45,
Mustang Boosters, '45-'46, High Point Team letter, '46
Gym letter, '46.
WILBER, PAUL-N. H. S., Parliamentorion, '45-'46,
Lambda Sigma Alpha, '42-'46, Mustang Boosters, '44-
'46, R. O. T. C., '42-'45. '
WILHELM, JAMES-Mustang Boosters, '45-'46, Aloha
Club, '46, Hospitality Club, '46,
WlLLlS, HARLAN-Band, '43-'44, R. O. T. C., 2nd Lt.,
'43-'46, Rifle Team, '44-'46, Student Council, '43-'46,
Senior Council, '46.
WILSON, GLORIA-Scottish Brigade, Capt., Bugles,
'43-'46, N. H. S., '45-'46, Quill 8. Scroll, V. Pres., '45-'46,
Round-Up, Managing Ed., '45-'46, T. N. T., '45-'46,
Mustang Boosters, '43-'46, Journalism letter, '45, Pon
American League, Reporter, '43-'46.
WOOD WRIGHT YAWS
WARD, MARION-N. H. S., '45-'46, Aloha Club, '46,
Scottish Brigade, '43-'44, Mustang Boosters, '45-'46,
Mustang Mounties, '44, Hospitality Club, '46.
WEBB, MARION-Mustang Boosters, '43-'46, Hi-Y, V.
Pres., '45, R. O. T. C., '43-'45.
WOOD, ANN--Scottish Brigade, Capt., Co. "B", '43-'46
Corral Staff, Editor-in-Chief, '46, Student Council, Re
cording Sec., '43"46, T. N. T., Pres., '44-'46, Sub Deb
'44-'46, N. H. S., '45-'46, Mustang Boosters, '45-'46
Quill 81 Scroll, '46.
WRIGHT, PATSY-Mustang Boosters, '46, Band, '46
YAWS, BOBBY-R. O. T. C., '43"45, Mustang Boosters
'44-'46, Hospitality Club, '45.
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Mrs, Hilda Bradshaw
Top row: Jerry Sanders, James Bradshaw, Thomas Sweet.
Second row: Charlayne Lobit, Bina Hansen, Beulah
Demetre, Wanda Wallace, Lloyd Anderson, Mrs Brad-
Front row: Ann Manly, Doris Jaffe, Elizabeth Reich,
Virfiinia Cecll, Andrey Walters, Beniamin Hard
Mrs E C. Gates
Top row Johnny Chandler Mrs Gates, Rene Vermillion, Donald Ellis, Lonnie Avery
Second row Lamont Dillon- India Ann Boyd, Tom Aylswqith, Katherine Bailey, Ruby
Mae Dowell Martha Helen Card, Rose Marie Winter, Donald Andrews
Front row Bobby Bell Ruth Bolton, Wayne Bader, Doris Attra, Billy Boddeker, Joan
Brtlninq Wesley Brtleogernan Jr, Richard Etheridge
The reception following the mock wedding of Ralp
Wallace and Edith Herbert. We hope Ralph never fal
into the woeful ways of Wilburn, alleged heretofore
Mr, J W Watson
Top row: Eugene Fitzgerald, Billie Mae Finney, Bob
Lacy, Elaine Des Rochers, Lawrence Ereilist, Mr Watson,
Mildred Davis, Pat Grymes, Billy McCarver, Tom Laws.
Second row: Glenn Goodman, Beverly Cooper, June
Brown, Shirley Brock, Darlene Engholrn, Yvonne Alston,
Marion Frnka, Wayne Duddleston.
Front row: Billy Delahoussaye, Norman Dunnam, Betty
Jean Doggett, B'ob',Graham, Joyce Coon, Patsy Conine,
Bobby Cody, Melbert Cudd.
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Miss Ruth Daugherty
Top row: Bobby Hunt, Joe Mayes, Carroll Harris, Clyde
James, Leon Bernard.
Fourth row: Robert W, Miller, Charley Beth Hugher'
Edward Kennedy, Jean Haddon, Miss Daugherty.
Third row: Jean Reese, Sue McDonald, Dona Hudson,
Betty Jane Jaenecke, Betty Jane Kiecke, Peggy Jean
Griffin, Bob Hootman, Leonard Kilgore
Second row: Norman Nelson, Donna Dell Horton, Dolores
Kite, Muriel Sandel, Violet Berczik, Patty Holloway,
Kathryn Naul, Dick Fankhauser
Front row: Barbara Baumann, Myrra Rodriguez, Bess
Mears, Dorothy Miller, Nellwynn Haigler, Barbara Jones
Mrs. Edis S Haynes
Top row: L, B, Hill, Barbara Miller, Roy Marsh, Mrs, Haynes, Kenneth Pitts, Clarence
Third row: Dan Shaw, Karol Miller, Luella Myatt, Dorothy Gideon, Carrie McCreary,
Georgie Mae Hosek, Betty Lorenz, James Cessna
Second row: Billy McGuire, Susan Harkrider, Juanita Price, Patricia Coffman, Golda
Brehm, Waymon Martin
Front row: Jesse Hensarling, Doris LaVerne Pyle, Alma Jean Schmidt, Jessie Ruth Minter,
Marjorie Parker, Dorothy Manly, Arthur Hughes
Miss Beatrice Harrison
Top row: Gordon Polk Phil Prescott, Harrison QilllCl',
Bxron Rusler, Billy Warriner
Fourth row: Peggy Taylor, Miss Harrison Jeanin Robinson.
Third row: Norman Mostert, Anita Royall, Sally Gunn,
Dale Webb, Virginia Spurlock, Norma Thain, Shirley
Smith, Wanema Smith, Charles Alford'
Second row: Wanda Redmond, Billie Wilkinson, lo Dell
Williams, Beverly Bock, Ann Re-eyes, Mary Nell Small,
Gloria Raimer, Camille Springfield
Front row: Peggy Wimberly, Rosie Wimberly, Elaine
Whittleman, Shirley Munson, Myrl Briins, Lois Wilson,
Rose Mary Williams
To the inspiring strains of South-of-the-border
rhythms these art department members prepare for a
It says here: "Equilibrium Reactions and the Law of
Molecular Concentration." ll-lenry Baugh's concentration
doesn't look very molecular to us.l
Mrs. J. S. Burk
Top row: George Whisennand, Wanda Jean Scott, Kathryn Hiatt, Mrs.
Burk, Glenn Gathright, Bill Arnold.
Third row: Alfred C. Sarabia, Howard Abbitt, Ray Santerre, Faye Jones,
Charles Schwartzkopf, Saranna Skelton, Joseph Savarino,
Second row: Mary Sue Sloan, Ola Jeanne Gatewood, Peggye Boles, Betty
Sue Temple, Billy Schoellkopf, Tommy Montgomery,
Front row: Henry Baugh, Anne Showers, Virginia Trow, Ruby Speights
Miss Vernon Dilworth
'Top row: Wesley Daulley, .Frances Caddell, lvy Jones, Dolores Becker,
Marianne Bolton, Borda Lon Bower, Noel Searle, Bob Graham.
Second row: Robert Gill, Maxine Brown, Nancy Branan, Helen Durren-
berger, Gloria Eiland, Emma Joe Morris, Frances Sims, Miss Dilworth.
Front row: Harry Challie, Curtis Cox, Camille Tingley, Clarence Byerly,
Mary Jo Clark, Elizabeth Saulnier, Jesse Simmons, Aubrey Chudleigh.
This highly select group, our home room delegates
to the Student Council, ably represents us at the punch
Austin's speech department really gets
around. See blackboard for the occasion they
were preparing for when the staff photog-
rapher barged in for a snap.
Miss Naomi Ekman
Top row: John Lawler, Mary Nell Williamson, Miss Ek-
man, Jolene Mason, Gail Williams, Sidney Ratisseau, Fred
Riddle, Mary Blue Johnson, Marie Hopkins, Eddie Weiss
Second row: Jack Huffman, Clovis Jean Williams, Peggy
James, Betty Pearson, Neil Leva, Jimmy Alexander,
Burford Rodgers, Russell Hudeck.
Front row: Frank L Helvey, Olga Lang, J O Walker,
Ruth Dixon, Maxine l.aPine, Eric Johnson, Fred Jennings,
A group of sophomores in private consulta-
tion l?l after the Student Council initiation
These secretaries-to-be appear to have all
the necessary qualifications and then some. . .
Miss Hazel Henderson
Top row: John Gibson, Billy Can, William Bollman Miss
Henderson, Harrell Leavens, Wilson McPhail, Jack Quarles
Second row: Ray Arterburn, lean Logue, Eugene Rice.
Marv Hulsy, Clarence Pyle, Willie Lee Adkins, Robert
Evans, Donald Lewis.
Front row: Gene Milligan, Doris Lucas, Eddie Armsteail,
Helen Savoy, Melba Hunnlcutt, Douglas Davis, Mamie
iersteman, Milrlred Hunt, Donald l nmbert
Miss Lucille Leifeste
Top row: Hilda Payne, Valerine Marchant, Billy Depen, Alice
Mackey, Billy Griffin, Wallace Miller, Geneva Saxton, Miss
Lelteste, Bill Stewart.
Second row: Williard Miller, Margaret Martin, Eldon Sarsby,
Sylvia Sipple, Norma Jean Sawyer, Bob Suggs, Doris Platt, Russell
Kelly, George Lacy
Front row: Harvey Gartrnan, Cora Smith, Jack Patison, Helen
Pelham, Norman McDonald, Jerrylyn Mapes, Arlen McKenzie,
Mary Frances McKellar, Ed Leonard
Mr. Jesse M Willis
Top row: Gerald Young, Dolores Payne, Dorothy Steely, Oreta
Langham, Mr Willis, Geraldine Tice, Glenna Mae Webb, Robbie
Lynn Wilson, Peggy Tatham, Marlllyn Waterman.
Second row: Joyce Sellers, Marilyn Wareham, Wynn Claire Boyde,
Billie Rhame, Mary Louise Thiel, Suzanne Oelfke, Betty Karl,
Front row: Eugene Prewitt, Patsy Woodward, Gina Zambon,
Aliohn Scott, Norma Woodard, Bruce Trammell R C Tnornpsrn,
Patricia Rand, Edwin Vogt.
Meatless Tuesday-or, Gable's back and
Garsorfs got him.
Mrs Willavie Whiteside
Top row: Jimmie Burson, Barbara Blackwell, Cozetta Bartholomew, Gloris
Branyon, Blanche Bullard, Lucille Bailleres, David Bullock.
Second row: Patsy Ehrlund Virginia Baker, Joyce Becker, Lois Berqluncl, Bertha
Lee Beard, Helen Evans
Front row: James Brooks, Barbara Jean Marek, A C Burkhalter, Jr, Nelvileer
Blanton, Jo ilon Bishop, Marlorie Baker, John Crahan, Jr
Oh, for the lite of a woiml
Mrs Charline Potter
Top row: Virgil Crawley, Edgar Ash, Sammy Canalito,
Alice Louise Collins, Lucille Alleson, Ernest Benestante,
Second row: Theodore Abbott, Jack Kitchen, Betty Crain,
Jo Ann Kaufhold, Bobby Meacham, Mrs. Potter.
Front row: Truett Airhart, Margaret Cronkhite, Shirley
Claussen, Bernice Knight, Jean Swoboda, Eugene Kincaid,
Miss Ruth Greenhill
Top row: Haskell Davis, Jimmie Davis, Mary Lou Dacke, Georqe Doubravz
Margaret Duncan, Alice Genthe, Jane Green, Don Dobbs.
Second row: Kenneth Flagg, Bobby Gibbs, Carol Flanders, Dolores Gilmore, Sai
Ann Reeves, Zaidee Guerin, Miss Greenhill
Front row: Nick Dameris, Robena Deskin, Tommie Catherine Donnell, Fay Dewee
Clara Marsh, Frances Grounds, Jackie Goddard, Wlllette Gierisch
Mrs. Mauryne Dailey
Top row: Charles Newsom, Ray Hilton, Robert McDonald,
Dorothy Foster, Margie McMahon, Gerald Milton, Louis
Harvey, Martin Heemer, Darrell Nance,
Second row: Bob Moxley, Jerry Martin, Tommy McBrayer,
Bettye McKamey, Betty Michels, Marijane Johnson, Charlotte
Hasty, Mrs. Dailey.
Front row: Preston Humason, Jacqueline Holley, Shirley
Goldenberg, Loyce Johnston, Juanita McDaniel, Katherine
Massingill, Iris Jameson, Betty Jean McKellar.
Miss Jessie B Roy
Top row: Jimmie Longshore, Gail Oliphant, Frieda Pursch,
David Yeager, Jeanne Lewis, Dorothy Long, Gordon Lockett,
Second row: Billy Gulledge, Sharon Litherland, Ida Jean
Pittman, Dorothy Pearce, Carolyn Ceirco, Paul Pigul, Gus
Front row: James Youngblood, Dolores Quillen, Bobby Powl-
edge, Charlamae Powell, Betty Ponton, Bettye Young, Gene
Pollock, Richard Pearson,
See any of the experts below when in doubt
about intinitives and such, Diagramming is
5 two 1
"lt's very simple," says Pop. "Just do
exactly as I say and you will always be right
Mrs Mariorie B Dyer
Top row: Stanley Stultz, Perry Rogers, Alice Sandburg, Claudie
Swiney, Ruth Ann Spencer, Jack Sengelmann, Betty Joyce
Rogers, Mrs Dyer, Gerald Stockbridge
Second row: Bill Reynolds, Charlene Seate, Curtis Robinson,
Jr, Jacquelyn Rechif, Barbara Robinson, Ruth Shaffner,
Phillip Snyder, Margaret Scardino, Leonard Sweet
Front row: Leroy Swope, Mariorie Reuter, Joyce Stingfellow,
Carolyn Reeves, Betty John, Dorothy Shenton, Margaret Reuter,
,,. f, A ,s
Clay' modeling, design, painting occupy the
artistic talents of these sophomores. And
they're happier about it all than they appear.
Did you gather poison ivy for your wreath,
Gene, that makes you so sad about the whole
Miss Lucy E Ulmer
Top row: Jimmie Wade, .lean Turner, Shirley Thompson, Doris Thrash, Miss Ulmer, Joe White
Second row: Floyd Webb, Joyce Faye Taylor, Pat Walker, Elza Gene Whitt, Dorothy
Tinkle, Jimmie Wright
Front row: Don Tillman, Betty Jo Woolley, Marilyn Wrist, Mary Louise Winters, lris
Caldwell, Veda Ruth Ferriigia, Louis Thomas
Miss Margaret Pearson
Top row: Denny Mattocks, Ernest Schnaak, Theresa Muraca,
Harry Yantz, Jr, Joy Stilwell, Bobby Bourbon
Second row: Compton Cottrell, Elsie Reed, Gene Loop, Norma
...-.fs Wallis, Margaret Dwyer, Gene Patterson
i Front row: Royal Allen, Evelyn Freitag, Lorene Carter, Jeanette
Sweet, Barbara Shelton, Mary Harris, Bill Briscoe
Mr. C. L. Rawson
Top row: Ed Lundwall, lna Mae Eubanks, Gene Carter, De Etta Ford, Elaine Finfrock,
Margie Taylor, Victor Longo, Oliver Cochran
Second row: Mr Rawson, Roth Ellison, Doris Camp, Beth Worth, Jean Brock, Jeannine
O'Dowd, Van Hooks, Billy Allen
Front row: Glenn Abbitt, Joyce Skelton, Anne Landers, Kathryn Woody, Bobby McKinney,
Jane Kerr, Carl Manning
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Top row: Larry Colvin, Marvin Biiqhorn, Claude Barrier,
Mrs Quay A Free
Top row: Andy Anderson, Albert Crovvnnver, Ruth McLain,
Mahlon Lively, Virginia Mattiza, Katherine Mannirzrr,
Second row: Gene Wilkerson, Mickey McMillian, Betty
Blakely, Charles Ridge, Liesel Neal, Marjorie Priest, Reerla
Hines, Robert Waters, Betty Kinsey, Robert Coble
Front row: Charles Vibrock, Harvey Bodden, Betty Lou
Shannon, Elizabeth Taylor, Ula Mae Zurborgi, Milrlrerl
Daugherty, Dolores Harris, Thomas Haining, David Button.
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Billy Godwin, Tex Green, Anthony Montalbano
Second row: Maurice Dodson, Earl Engel, Tommy Mornan,
Anelda McGraw, Jack Phelps, Roger Francis, Georne
Henson, Bill Elsenbrock, Don Dunham
Front row: Harold McManus, Harrel Harris, Grady Cade,
Doris Jean Mills, Arvel Pyle, Kellar Snapp, Leslie Dujay,
Miss Evelyn MCGinl'y
Top row: J H Wilkins, William Price, James Lindsey,
Miss McGinty, Adrian Zittle, Yates Williamson, Delbert
Second row: Curtis Livesay, Myles Schutte, Annie Doris
Thorn, Doris Ann Stiers, Pat Tillman, Margaret Poe,
Elizabeth Hitt, Dorothy Shaw, Steve Demetre
Front row: Bobby Utter William Mathevvs, June Wilkin-
son, Elizabeth Vance, mill Johnson, Jack MCCreary, Don
LeRoy Swindler, Robert Lee,
Mr. A. M Yarrington
Top row: G D Burkett, La Quita Cherry, Penny Brunson,
Barbara Carter, Billie Anne Brovvn, Pat Cemino
Second row: John Davis, Mildred Carroll, Beverly Bond,
Berta Lou Cade, Hazel Dudley, Stuart Campbell,
Front row: James Box, Martha Carol Brunson, Warner
Dann, Marjorie Coselli, Betty Jean DeBarb1eris, Jeanne
Devine Bill Crosby.
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Miss Sadie McLean
Top row: Dwight King, Lois Epperson, Betty Hudson,
Jacqueline Huddleston, Darrell Fleming, Mahlon Gremillion.
Second row: Harry Green, Patsy Jevne, Roselyn Ford, Anna
Jean Garrett, Dorothy Hooker, John Hayek.
Front row: Dee Francis, Ortrud Beselmiur, Bonnie Gray,
Louise Hoskins, Phyillis Grizzaffi, Jane Kerr, Marilyn
Mrs Janeva Davis
Top row: Jimmy Moffatt, Ann Ward, Marvis Marrero,
Jean Moncrief, Carol Lovejoy, Mrs Davis, Autrey Tidmore,
Mary Louise Pinkston, Betty Jo Needham, Sue Mays.
Second row: Eugene Russell, Frank Trohon, Joan Tuttle,
Raymond McLendon, Thelma Pomeroy, Anita Trammell,
Barbara Martin, Lois Lernke, Jane Ledbetter, Charles
Tyer, Leroy Taylor.
Front row: John Thomas Oliver, Betty Murphy, Betty
Warriner, Barbara Marshall, Eula Jane Richardson, Betty
Tillery, Jeannine Owens, Bill Robinson, Edgar Love.
Mrs. Ruth K issel
Top row: John Webber, Jimmie Waldrio, Dolores Williams,
Hilda lmmore, Mrs, Kissel, Lorraine Searles, Larry Isbell,
Leo Walker, Elbert Walker, Vandeen Simmons.
Second row: Myreece Sloan, Kenneth Stevenson, Jimmie
Dell Stark, Nancy Sory, Rose Marie Sullivan, Jo Ann
South, Jean Walters, Dick Wilcoxen, Thomas Wizoreck.
Front row: Carrol Ludtke, Jr, M J Wimrner, Jr., Ann
Shurley, Yvonne LeComte, Betty Jean Stout, Juanita Smith,
Joyce Walker, Jackie Shields, Alan Williams.
Mrs Marguerite Byrnes
Top row: Billy Tom Griffin, Norma Bray, Ted Wilke, Billie Malone, Don Moorhead, Jack
Front row: Pat Hudson, Thomas Clark, Rex Vickers, Paul Cross, Travis Drake, V. D. Hartley
Brandt, Lucille Gibson, George Tralone
Third row: lshbel Dunlop, Mariorie Elsenbrock, Margaret Lou Scales, Willie Mae Bigham
Dorothy Enos, La Nell Tishendorf, Betty Zinkgraf, Ann Lucy.
Second row: Eva Ellen Perry, Carol Lucas, Anne Howard, Catherine Nelson, Barbara Banning
Emma Jean Darter, Wanda Beurlot, Carolynn DeGuire, Rachael Edmondson.
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Top row: Lloyd Britain, Barbara Erzt, Shirlee Eaves, Jane Kinsey, Dolores Jenkins,
Bobbie Anderson, Shirley Easterly, Marie Ash, Wayne Bridges, Miss Carleton.
Second row: Bobby Evans, Carolyn Burleson, Lynn Conley, Joy Swoboda, Shirley
Buys, Barbara Anderson, Evelyn Blackmon, Nancy Lee Carbin, Ervin Black.
Front row: Betty Barrett, Dolores Batterson, Mary Ann Adams, Doris Jean
Biering, Dwight Barrier, Frances Atkinson, Aline Brandon, Patsy McDonald,
Stringtellow contemplates Nature. lt's spring
Miss Adele Waggarnan
Top row: Harlan Conway,,MarteI Cullen, Rose Marie Shuttle-
worth, Betty Britt, Marjorie Crump, Gloria Jean Conway, Duane
Second row: Miss Waggaman, Paul Gill, Burl Purvis, Beniamin
Gutierrez, Lottie Coull, Peggy Lois Crenwelge, Carl McElwain.
Front row: Teddy Connor, Walter Dale, Geraldine Dodgen, Mary
Belle Cagle, Joan Griffin, Jane Clingman, Faye Godwin, Jean
Miss Ardis Phillips
Top row: Patsy Harrell, Joyce Hill, George Harris, Paul Johnson,
Hugh Frank, Jane Hartsfield.
Second row: T K. Niland, Suda Hamilton, Dorothy Haberle, Lupe
Huaceya, Betty' Norman, Betty Jean Hill, Malcolm Hillendahl,
Front row: Bobby Hooper, John Foster, Bobbie Myrle Hamer,
Lyla Johnson, Lois Johnson, Peggy Haywood, Harold Hock, Dan
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Mrs Verna S i-logan
Top row: Elwood Meyer, Donald Leach, Jo Frances Morales,
Virginia Maples, Daisy Mackey, Earl Madeley, Billy Minturn.
Third row: Pat LeBlanc, Jennie McAdams, Bobby Monroe,
Jimmie Miller, Shirley McGary, La Don McVey, Kim McCreary,
Second row: Curtis Lucas, Dolores Martin, Geraldine Lane,
Mildred Moore, Mozelle Miller, Joyce McMahan, William
Mabry,J G Mason
Front row: Charles Lyles, Robert Mclfarland, Betty Jo White,
Marilyn Lubowski, Ester Marie Morales, Richard Lockwood
Miss Bertha L. Doering
Top row: Lawrence Smith, Betty Stephens, Ann Richardson,
Max Schreider, Ramon Glider, Conrad Strelau, Le Alvin Stark
Third row: James Sykora, Pat Stratton, Jaclyn St. Cyr, Betty
Spinner, Pete Hunt, Marilyn Showalter, Emma Jean Senkel,
Second row: Joe Simpson, Keith O'Brien, Marjorie Schilling,
Patsy K Smith, Jack Snapp, Ramona Srnith, Roger Stockton,
Front row: Valton Sturman, Betty Marie Sager, Mary Bennett,
Ray Hall, Harold Scott.
Mr Byron T. Parker
Top row: Jack Knight, Elise Ready, Billy Kane, Ernest Priest,
Jr, Millard Payne, Betty June Kirby, Margaret E. Rollins,
John Darrell Glenn
Third row: Royece Robins, Ruth Rutledge, David Petty, Alice
Kennelly, Jorena Peterson, Peggy King, Elliott Pooley
Second row: Dalmain Randle, Bill Rutledge, Betty Lee Par-
rish, Helen Reese, Charles Patronella, Kathleen Kasper, Bar-
bara Kerr, Lawrence Riley.
Front row: Morris Robertson, Al Killgore, Wennan Pierce,
James Korges, Johnny Kiel
What's cookin'? Could be biscuits and ham,
declares the team of Tunstall, Tucker, and
Mrs Julia B Leonard
Top row: Richard Hubble, Vivian Ross, Earline Spaniel, Betty
Joyce Tragresser, Nora Scruggs, Mike J. Lewis.
Second row: Jeanine Robbins, Virginia Miller, Barbar Brown,
Gloria Morris, Jennie Mae Powers, Howard Wisenbaker.
Front row: Joseph Ehrhart, Gwen Johnson, Betty Jo Miiyill,
Ruth Ensminger, Annie Felicia, Pat Kemp
Miss Helen Soncrant i
Top row: Donald Krone, Florence Van Loon, Janet Cooper,
Wynona Talley, Kathryn Verboss, Gloria Young, Bill Evans.
Second row: George l-faferkarnp, Nina Belle Gallup, Joanne
McAslcilI, Twilla Johnson, Kathleen Emery, Shirley Blackstock,
Front row: Willard' Lange, Jack Partain, Hilda Gotcher, Bar-
bara Glaze, Nancy Jeter, Mary Handley, James May, John
Miss Beatrice Lytle
Top row: Jimrnie Willson, Janet Winn, Iris Mae Wnrrl Mary
Ellen Wilson, Elizabeth Tunstall, Barbara Taylor, Alpha Jo
Womack, Tornrny Waycott.
Second row: Bobby Willy, Betty Thompson, Jean Wilcox,
Bernice Wallace, Betty Loli Wildrnan, Joe Henry Wieser,
Front row: James Allan Woodward, Joyce Young, Betty Wyatt,
Pat'Whitt, Everett Thomason, Betty Jo Tucker, John Yar-
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THE UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON RECEPTION
Ah! Spring is in the air!! And the
fancies of all the senior girls lightly turn
to thoughts of the University of Houston
Reception. Slight whispers of "I think
she will get it" and "My, doesn't she
look pretty?" can be heard stealing their
way from the center of groups standing
about the hallways.
The girls must have the general re-
quirements according to age, rank, and
scholarship. They are judged on the basis
of physical beauty, poise, gracefulness,
good posture, and naturalness.
At the first elimination, held on March
20, fourteen girls were selected to stay
in the run-off. The elimination judges
were five faculty members.
The final selection was held April 4,
at which time Frankie Davis was named
Austin's representative. Doris Moore was
second, Kathryn Rentzel, third.
The pageant was held April 25 at the
Back row: Thalia Brewer, Edith Herbert, Norma Gougenheim, Virginia Duke, Ann Wood, Caroline Gram-
mon, Jean Freitag, Jeanine Eminian, Jean Borcherding, Kathryn Rentzel, Doris Moore, Frankie Davis, Clara
Second row: Billye Jean Beasley, Pat O'Quinn, Anna Belle Rourke, Barbara Reed, Kathleen Lipscomb, Mary
Jo Ewing, Peggy Cook, Marie Bradshaw, Carollyne Reese, Carleen Riemen.
Front row: Jane Freitag, Frances Haley, Billie Jean Dodgen, Martha Langley, Betty Sue Harpe, Corrinan
O'Banion, Patsy Conn.
Back row: Patsy Conn, Doris Moore, Kathryn Rentz el, Ann Wood, Billye Jean Beaslev. Jeanine Eminian,
Edith Herbert, Norma Gougenheim, Virginia Duke.
Front row: Jean Freitag, Frankie Davis, Caroline Gram mon, Jean Borcherding, Thalia Brewer.
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Mr. George Hartung was head
mentor of both the basketball and
swimming teams and assisted Coach
Scott with the football team, directing
the line. With only one letterman,
the basketball boys had a slow season
but more is expected of his swimmers.
With the two regular coaches busy
putting the "A" team through their
paces, Mr. Irving Lumpkin, in addi-
tion to his duties as a science teacher,
took over command of the "B" foot-
ball squad and led the boys to their
first district championship.
Nineteen Forty-Six spelled three victories, two ties, and
five defeats for Austin's football eleven.
Getting off to a bad start in their pre-season games, the
Mus'angs came back to defeat St. Thomas, Sam Houston,
and Jeff Davis, tie Reagan and San Jacinto and was defeated
by Milby and Lamar. '
Around the highlights of the season was the international
game with Mexico City. The lads from south of the border
won the game by a l2-6 margin.
ln their first district tilt with Reagan, the Ponies proved
to be highly underrated when they held the Bulldogs to a
Coach John Scott, head mentor at
Austin, directed the football and track
team for the Mustangs.
Inspired by this coach, the foot-
ball boys placed fourth in the city
and the track boys were among top
contenders for city honors as the
Corral goes to press.
After a three-year hitch in the
Navy, Coach Pete Dowling was as-
signed to the Mustang coaching staff
at midterm. Before the war he was
a student at Texas A. 6' M., where
he lettered in basketball, football, and
scoreless tie. The next game with St. Thomas was exciting
for the Green and White fans as John Thomas led the
Mustangs to their l8-8 victory by making touchdown runs
of 45, 85, and 55 yards.
Their game with Davis was another thriller, with the
Mustangs winning the game by just two points. The Ponies
held off the favored San Jacinto Bears for another scoreless
tie and took their last win of the year from Sam Houston.
The district title winners of Milby found Austin lads an
easy picking for their 39-6 triumph. Austin closed its
season with a 24-6 defeat at the hands of Lamar.
Right: John Thomas and
Jimmie Fenwick, co-cap-
"A" T E A M
coAci-ies JOHN scoTT AND GEORGE HARTUNG
Front row: Richard Blakely, Frank Agnelio, John Thomas, Jimmie Fenwick, Alex McCamoridge, Louis
Harvey, Joseph Savarino.
Second row: Glen Carter, Lawrence Freilich, R. T, Llitfe, David Truell, Robert Miller, Billy Carr, Melbert
Top row: Preston Humason, Michael Clevenger, Sammy Canalito, Warner Abel, Ralph Wallace, Leonard
Killgore, Edward Kennedy, Donald Leach, George Terrell.
Boys not pictured: A. W. Shaw, Russell Adams, Charles Jackowski, Ray Arterburn, Tommy Dorsey, Kenneth
Browning, George Showers, Leonard Lalaf Dean Thomason, Millard Fleetwood, Babe Walker, Eugene
McDaniel, George Bofysil, Earl Madeley.
Below: Ray Arterburn,
Below, center: Preston
Below: Charles Jackow-
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MIGHTY MUSTANGS OF "45"
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Front row: Alfred Sarabia, Willie Mathews, T. K. Niland, Jimmie Longshore, John Gibson,
David Yager, Eddie Wiess, Stearling Barrilleaux, Theodore O'Conner, Mgr., Frank Helvey,
Ernest Benestante, Pat Tillman, Jack Quarles, Aljohn Scott, Dwight King.
Top row: Coach lrving W. Lumpkin, George Haferkamp, Hugh Frank, Jack Brant, Ray Hilton,
Glen Goodman, Russel Hudeck, Donald Paton, Duane Dowell, Ed Leonard, Paul Johnson, Eric
Johnson, Ray Berry, Donald Horsfall, Walter Deacon, Morris Robertson, Paul Pigue, Albert
Cronover, Willie Minturn, Gail Oliphant, Kenneth Flagg, Billy Schoellkoph, Mickey McMillan.
coAcH lRviNG LUMPKIN
Austin is justly proud of its undefeated i945-46 "B" Team which won the
year's city championship in the first regularly scheduled city-wide "B" team
The young Mustangs, coached by Mr. Irving Lumpkin, were undefeated,
chalking up three wins along with an equal number of ties. Davis, Reagan,
and San Jacinto were each handed a 6-O defeat by Austin, while Milby and
Lamar fought the ponies to scoreless ties. Sam Houston was the only city
team to score on the champs, tying them l3-13. Austin also won two non-
district tilts over St. Thomas and Galena Park.
Pat Tillman, Guard Ernest Benestante, Back T. K. Niland. Tackle David Yaqer, Back
Donald Horsfall, Guard Ed Leonard, Center Willie Mathews, Guard Eddie Wiess, BaCl4
Certificates designating the letter "A" were presented to each of the "B"
team lettermen. This is the first time the Austin "B" team has been presented
All of Austin is impatiently awaiting the fall of '46 when the "B" becomes
the "A" squad and steps up to try for another championship--the District
, l3 AA title.
Stearling Barrilleaux, Back Kenneth Flagg, Back Aljohn Scott, End Russell Hudeck, Tackle
aww ig? 4,
Bruce Simoneaux, Chief
"S o n n y" Bnllman,
ln their first showing of the season the
Ponies reached the semi-finals in the Living-
ston tournament, but didn't fare as well in
the Jaycee and Conroe meets. The cagers
defeated the San Jacinto Bears in a double
overtime thriller as their only district win.
Billy Hill was one
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B A S K E T B A L L
COACH GEORGE HARTUNG
With an inexperienced squad, including two
lettermen, Coach George Hartung began plans
for his 1946 version of the Mustang Cagers.
Gene Pape, inexperienced, but willing to
learn, hustled and played a good game at
of Austin's outstand-
ing guards. Although
he was not high point
man, he contributed
much to the tact and
activity of the game.
after becoming eligible
at mid-term, turned in
some fine performances
and is counted on for
Ernest Benestante, one
of Austin's promising
guards in the future,
through hard work and
good playing made the
"A" team this year
Six-foot-one Andy Anderson, Austin s south
paw pivot man, has two more years of eligibil-
ity and should develop into one of the city's
A. B. Harris played
a fine brand of ball
throughout the season,
finished third in the
scoring race, and was
Austin's first player to --v
be named an all-city
Front row: Ernest Benestante, Billy Hill, Babe Walker, AW, S Bell, Andy Anderson, Gene Pape,
Theodore Connor, Manager,
Top row: Mr, George Hartung, Pat Foley, Bull Dailey, Billy Warnner, Larry lsabell, William
Bollman, A B Harris, Ray Arterburn, Manager.
MR. J. E. WILLIS
cOAcH JOHN scott
Front row: Duane Dowell, Theodore O'Connor, Mgr., Leslie Duiay, Jack Kitchen, Clarence
Pyle, Ray Arterburn, Mgr., Ray Santier.
Middle ww: James Baraan, Curtis Livesay, Mickey McMillan, Wavmon Martin, Billy
Top row: Russell Hudeck, Billy Kane, Howard Abbitt, David Trull.
The "B" team boys started with a bang, but as the season progressed
they lost some of their original drive and dropped through the hoop to
land in a fifth place tie with Davis.
Billy Schoellkopf was Austin's most outstanding performer on the
hardwoods. Buddy Pyles also added his share of hustling and points
in every game.
Under the direction of Mr. Jesse Willis, the Austin golfers competed
this year in the annual high school tournament.
From a total of eight golfers, four regulars and an alternate were
selected to play in the tournament. These included A. B. Harris, the
only letterman, Gene Pape, Fred Riddle, Harlan Conway, and Glen
A. B. Harris, Mr. Willis, Jerry Coplan, and Fred Riddle.
Jack Kitchen, Harlan Conway, Harlan Willis and Gene Pape,
Front row: Pat Tillrnan, John
Thomas, Warner Abel, Jack Quar-
les, Myles Schutte, Harrell Leavens,
Grady Cade, Frank Helvey, Billy
econd row: Bob Graham, Jimmie
Fenwick, Richard Blakeley, Stearl-
ing Barrileaux, Neil Leva, Bobby
Utter, Earl Madeley, Paul Glll,
Top row: Charles Tyre, Donald
McDonald, Stanley Stultz, Buddy
Montalbano, Willard Miller, Don-
ald Trillman, .lack Brant, Billy
Carr, Paul Pigue, Leonard Moore,
Kenneth Flagg, Noel Searle, Mgr,
Mile Relay: Jack Quarles, Leonard
Moore, Pat Tillman, Grady Cade.
Hurdlers' Myles Schutte, Bobby
Utter, Wilburn Neal
Not pictured: Harrell Leaven
Pole Vaulters: Preston Hurnason,
Warner Abel, Donald Horsfall,
COACH JOHN SCOTT
With seven lettermen from the
I946 track team, John Scott's Stephen
Mustang cindermen should
have a very successful year.
Winning all early preliminary meets
by comfortable margins, the Ponies
good prospects to win their
first District i3 track championship.
defeated, in test meets, the
ulldogs who have been the
champions for the last four
Austin thinly clads are ex-
go far in the state meet.
Men: Grady Cade, Pat Till-
Donald Leach, Jack Quar-
ohn Thomas, Leonard Moore
Front row: Charles Newsom, Mgr,
Donald Andrews, living Floeck, Al-
fred Sarabia, Donald Leach, Jack
Warren, Tommy Morgan, Allohn
Second row: Glen Carter, Mahlon
Lively, Ben Gutierrez, Keith Har-
rington, Harry Greene, Lewis
TlW0m3Si TOVTWW Taylor, Gene Pol-
lock, Tom Laws, Virgil Crawley
Top row: Bill Dailey, R T Cliffe,
David Trull, Gus Zgourides, Rus-
sell l-ludeck. Dwight King, Harri-
son Gluck, Bobby l-lootman, Bobby
Meacham, Frank Agnello.
Sprint Relay: David Yeager, Billy
Delahoussaye, John Thomas, Don-
High Jumpers: David Trull, Earl
Madeley, A W Shaw.
Long Distance Men: Donald Mc-
Donald, Pat Tillman, Williard
Miller, Paul Gill.
S W l M M l N G
COACH GEORGE HARTUNG
Front row: Ray Laurentz, Thomas Comstock, Don
Paton, Warner Abel, Richard Blakely.
Second row: Lamont Dillon, Buddy Moore, Harri-
son Gluck, Leonard Killgore, Douglas Davis, Preston
Humason, Jerry Martin, Maurice Dodson.
Top row: Tommy Harper, Coach Hartung, Michael
Clevenger, Albert Killgore, Arlen McKenzie.
Swimmers, to your mark!
T E N N l S
COACH PETE DOWLING
With three lettermen returning, Austin's swim-
ming team got off to a good season under Coach
The lettermen were Ray Laurentz, Maurice
Dodson, and Jerry Martin. Jerry has two more
years of eligibility.
Other promising prospects included Tommy
Comstock, Raymond McClendon, Arlen McKenzie,
and Mike Clevenger.
The tennis tear
started with one re
Gene Pape. Sonn
Bolman and Billy War
ner are the double
team, Gene Pape an
Ernest Benestante hol
the singles positior
The tennis tear
played against Davis
Reagan, and Lamar.
The gym classes, supervised by Coaches John
Scott, George Hartung, and Pete Dowling, have
a full schedule.
These boys, in order to earn a grade, par-
ticipate in lOO and 440-yard dashes, and do
push-ups, sit-ups, and jump and reach. They
are graded on their achievement and improve-
ment. They also participate in such body
building games as basketball, baseball, foot-
ball, and boxing. To keep fit, they do exercises
MISS GRACE HORNADAY
The l945-46 volleyball season began with great enthusiasm and hope. This feeling lasted
season-still hoping for a win. Everyone came out to see the Austin girls
take city again. The student body, however, understood that this inexperienced team could
their spirit and
FADRA JEANNETTE MORGAN
the record set by last year's undefeated champs. The girls have lost none of
have gained a great deal of spirit that they are counting on next year
DOLORES MARSH SYBIL MUCKLEROY
An important group to volleyball success, without
which the team could not function, is composed of:
RUBY SPEIGHTS, timekeeper.
PEGGY BISHOP, hostess.
DORIS ATTRA, scorekeeper.
NORMA GOUGENHEIM, hostess.
IN MISS HORNADAY'S
THE HIGH-POINT TEAM
"Now, girlsl Take your gym suits home on Fri-
day. Why weren't you dressed today? But of
course you can play ball with a sprained ankle!"
All these remarks of the team captains bring
results-meaning team points. This is the team
with more points than any other of Miss Horna-
First row: Daisy May Mackey, Jeanne Whipple, Helen Evans,
Margaret E. Rollins.
Second row: Frances Grounds, Jacquelyn Hester, Theresa Muraca,
Peggy Jean Randle.
PERFECT RECORD GIRLS
Perfect record girls go with High-Point Teams. They too are graded on
being dressed for gym and playing every day of the term. These girls are
the kind a team captain dreams about.
Top Row: Jeanette Morgan, Dorothy Bart-
lett, Marjorie Baker, Jean McElroy, Mary Jo
Ewing, Elizabeth Batmanis, Peggy Jean Ran-
dle, Elizabeth Saulnier, Jeannine O'Dowd,
Nellwynn Haigler, Jane Louise Kerr, Yvonne
LeComte, Doris LaVerne Pyle, Mary Jo
Clark, Allene Blaine, Dolores Kite.
Second Row: Lois Lemke, Annie Doris
Thorn, Carrie McCreary, Frances Grounds,
Theresa Muraca, Dolores Martin, Juanita
Price, Dulcia Reynolds, Jeanne Whipple,
Maxine McMakin, Faye Godwin, Wanda
Front Row: Barbara Anderson, Dona Hud-
son, Myrl Bruns, Suzanne Oelfke, Charlayne
Lobit, Jacquelyn Hester, Martha Helen Card,
Dorothy Anderson, Katherine Massingill.
"Who do you think gives us the most competition?"
"WelI, I don't know, but in our period, team 3 is hard
to beat." This is typical conversation at the end of a
semester. Who do you think won? None other than
Team 2 of second period.
First row: Lillian Burt, Evelyn Miller, Jean McElroy,
Second Row: Wanda Britt, Peggye Boles, Mary Lou
Blevins, Peggy Voss.
IN MISS EBY'S CLASSES
Perfect Record Girls
Top row: Betty Barrett, Betty Lee Parrish, Dorothy Hooker, Bertha Lee
Beard, Lois Berglund.
Second row: Ruth Ellison, Ruth Bolton, Golda Brehm, Carolyn Reeves, Martha
Rogers, lris Jameson.
Front row: Suda Hamilton, Marilyn Knowx, Hazel Dudley, Joyce Becker,
Billie' Anne Brown, Muriel Sandel, Bernice Yantz.
Top row: Ruth Bolton, Aileen Cunningham, Dolores Kite, Barbara
Seccnd row: Jeanette Morgan, Dorothy Bartlett, Charlayne Lobit.
Front row: Diane Sengelmann, Doris Attra, Anna Lou Forrester,
TWO-I N-ONE TEAM
First row: Alpha Jo Womack, Charla-
mae Powell, Bertha Lee Beard, Mary
Lou Dacke, Joyce Becker.
Second row: Iris Jameson, Barbara
Ann Kerr, Lois Berglund, Annie Fe-
Miss Eby really has a super team "Two-
in-One", they call them, Team two not
only beat teams one, three, four, five,
and six of period two, but beat teams
from the first, third, fourth, fifth, and
sixth periods, which in turn had beaten
every other team of their consecutive
periods. Naturally team two of period
two is winner of all of Miss Eby's classes
as well as High Point Team. Understand?
MISS MARGARET EBY
Austin's mermaids increase in num-
ber considerably when spring rolls
around. Hopes run high along about
the time the Corral goes to press for
new honors in this sport during the
competition meets. Representing Miss
Eby's trainees are:
Dorothy Bartlett, Katheryn Bailey, Vir-
ginia Cecil, Jeannette Morgan.
These aspirant Robinhoods include:
Mary Jo Ewing, Jeannette Morgan, Dolores
Kite, Dorothy Bartlett, Fadra Mims, Dolores
Dossett, Katheryn Baileyf Virginia Cecil, Sybil
Muckelroy, Vera Payne, Dorothy Mattiza.
lSittingl Carolynn DeGuire, Carolyn Ceirco, Myrna Rodriquez, Bar-
bara Baumann, Jane Kinsey, Billie Malone, Janet Wing, June
Brown, Gene Carter.
lStandingl Dulcia Reynolds, Dorothy Miller, Nellwynn Haigler,
Gloria Young, Mary Harris.
MISS GRACE HORNADAY
The days of King Arthur were never like thisl Did
he ever have four such marksmen in his tournaments?
Any resemblance to Sherwood Forest is purely coin-
cidental-we merely wanted to catch these Austin
archers on their second afternoon of practice. They
were much more interested in Miss Hornaday's in-
struction than in the staff photographer-an unusual
phenomenon! They are learning 'quickly to draw the
bow correctly in order to avoid unforeseen and often
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MISS MARGARETT EBY
This spring we place much hope in
our hard-working young doubles team
-Bettye Reed and June Brown.
The very promising singles player
is Shirley Smith.
,.c..,,. Both doubles and singles enter into
'ff an elimination contest between the
M' high schools of Houston.
The winner of this contest goes to
V regionals which is played on the Uni-
versity of Houston courts. Two weeks
Love-What? or What's the Score?
Dolores Becker and Borda Lon Bower vs. Betty Jean Doggett
later the winner goes to state for the
and Marrianne Bolton. Outcome? Your guess is as good as mine.
This is one of the largest groups of aspiring young netters
Austin has seen. A very good reason for this enthusiasm for
tennis is the apt teaching ot Miss Margaret Eby, winner of sev-
eral tennis titles:
Women's singles and doubles lcityl '44-'45, State Women's
Doubles in '43, Intramural singles at University of Texas '43.
This encouragement should help these girls to try for wins of
Back row: Mary Harris, Lois Berglund, Martha Rogers, Jeanette Morgan, Dor-
othy Bartlett, Dolores Harris, Peggy Jean Randle, Jean Wilcox, Clara Marsh,
Betty Jean Stout, Betty Barrett.
Front row: Elaine Des Roaches, Joyce Becker, Bertha Lee Beard, Kathryn Naul,
Hazel Dudley, Charlayne Lobit, Marilyn Knox, Virginia Mattiza, Josephine
Patterson, Dale Webb, Lois Lenke, Lyla Johnson.
OUR YOUNG HOPEFULS
The fall semester begins with high
enthusiasm for volleyball. When the
winter weather comes, the girls are
ready to learn a faster, more-warming
indoor game-basketball. Then comes
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summer tan with the mastering of
baseball and archery techniques. Ping
pong and badminton gain general at-
tention when rainy weather brings
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lines: Fadra Mims, Sybil Muckleroy, Dolores Kite, Catcher,
Dorothy Koehler, Batter,
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One of the highest honors that a high school
student can achieve is to become a member of the
National Honor Society. This organization is com-
posed of the top ranking fifteen percent of the
Senior Class. To be eligible, the candidate must
have at least a "B+" average-an "H" in con-
duct--for all his high school work. From those
who qualify scholastically, members are selected
on the basis of service, character, and leadership,
The most outstanding activities of the society
are the formal and informal initiations. The formal
ceremony, one of the most impressive services of
the school year, is held in the library. Following
the informal initiation these budding geniuses
become full-fledged members of the society.
Clara Ann Biscoe
A, B. Harris
President Ray Laurentz
Vice-President Carleen Riemen
Secretary Caroline Grammon
Treasurer Bennie Fuller
Parliamentarian Bill Fankhauser
Herald Benjamin Hard
Sgt.-at-Arms Barbara Reed
Top row: Harlan Willis, Doris Jaffe, Patsy Wright,
Mrs. Charline Potter, Virginia Duke, Wilma Cessna,
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THE STUDENT COUNCIL
MRS. MAURYNE DAILEY
"Wonder what Mary's phone number is?" No need to
wonder, just look in your handbook. This is one of the many
yearly activities of the Student Council. lf it's the record you
want played in the lunchroom, or the "get well" card to an
ill student, it will be taken care of by your Student Council
Besides these regular projects, this year the council aided
in the "Victory Loan" bond drive which was held during the
tall. The success with which they handled this undertaking
was overwhelmingly shown when Austin became the first school
in the state to go over the top. The council entertained mem-
bers of the Goose Creek Student Council when they visited
Austin during the Spring term.
On the lighter side of the council's year was the not-to-be-
soon-forgotten wiener-roast which the council and Lambda
Sigma Alpha had during the Fall.
'Victory Loan. Austin went over the top, we are proud
Top row: Jack Knight, Leroy Swope, Benjamin Hard, Frances Caddell, Margaret Poe,
Bob Suggs, Gerald Stockbridge, Aubrey Chudleigh.
Second row: Harlan Willis, John Hauck, Ann Wood, Betty Jo Wooley, Peggy Lois
Crenwelge, Marijane Johnson, Lawrence Smith, Bobby McKinney.
Front row: Patsy Woodward, lshbel Dunlop, Bettye Young, Bill Robinson, Beverly
Betty Wyatt, Dolores Dahl, Virginia Duke, Theresa Muraca.
Top row: T. K. Niland, Curtis Livesay, Billy McGuire, Maxine Mc-
Makin, Mrs. Dailey, Patsy Cain, J. Riley Dittbrenner, Norman Mostert.
Second row: Mickey McMillian, Harry Challie, David Bullock, Betty Jo
McDaniel, Ruth Dixon, Yvonne LeComte, Jackie Goddard, Hilda
Front row: Bruce Simoneaux, Billie Dove Harrison, Virginia Maples,
Mary Joan Griffin, Jean Logue, lndia Ann Boyd, Barbara Jones,
At the initiation ceremony.
MISS RUTH GREENHILL
A. B. HARRIS-Chief Booster
MAXINE MCMAKIN-Cash Booster
BRUCE SIMINOEAUX-Assistant Chief Booster
ANNA LOU FORRESTER - Scribe Booster
JOHN CUMMINGS - Parliamentarian
ELIZABETH TRUDEAU AND EDWARD KUHL-
, Booster Bouncers
Forrester, McMakin, Cummings, Greenhill
"Get your ribbons here-Christmas cards for sale-Valentines for
Yep, it's that famous gathering place for lads and lassies of Austin -
the Booster booth.
This booth is but one of the many activities of Austin's largest clubs,
which, with a membership this year of 604, has surpassed the efforts of
any other previous Booster club.
The club, which has bought a bronze plaque that will appear in the
main office in honor of Austin's war dead, has also compiled material
which contains the names of all ex-students of Austin who served in
the armed forces. This material has been placed in a leather covered
book bought by the Booster club.
ln addition to these activities, the club presented twenty Radiance
roses to replace those in the front bed.
A. B. Harris was elected chief booster at the beginning of the foot-
ball season, with Bruce Simoneaux as his assistant. Dorothy Mattiza
was elected postmistress and with her help the Valentine postoffice
was a big success.
Thanks also goes to Mr. C. A. Sherman, who designed several new
stickers, made the ribbons, and remodeled the Booster booth.
To Miss Ruth Greenhill our hands are stretched out in appreciation
for her fine leadership as sponsor.
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GREEN MASQUE PLAYERS
Miss BEATRicE HARRISON
"Curtain going up."' "On stage everybody." These are familiar
phrases to the Green Masque Players. Under the direction of Miss
Beatrice Harrison, the hard working students have produced some
exceptionally fine plays this year. The training the student acquires as
a member of this group proves to be invaluable for whatever profession
he may choose to enter in future years.
Although materials have been rather difficult to obtain for making
props, somehow they have always come through by repairing some
With every performance there are those people, unseen by the audi-
ence, who work just as diligently on producing a play as the cast. These
individuals give confidence to the actors, they do the sound-effects,
work the lights, and various odd, but important, jobs. No matter how
large or how small a part, the Green Masque Players always work with
one idea held uppermost in their minds, "The show must go onl!"
ln addition to the plays pictured, they produced: "Ladies Alone,"
"Lolita in New York," "The Beggars," "Sunset by Slanskyj' one radio
play, "Love in a French Kitchen," and the senior play.
Simoneaux, Kathleen Lipscomb, Carleen Riemen,
Bill Fankhauser, Caroline Grammon, and Ann
Reeves. Each one has appeared in a play
during the year.
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a Belle BOWJAE
Studying the script are Fadra Mins,
Thalia Brewer, and Buddy Moore.
Sue McCullars, Bill Dailey, Jeanine Eminian, Beverly Ann
Cooper, Joyce Taylor, and J. Riley Dittbrenner were the Cast
of "Babbit's Boy." The "dickey-bird" provided for many laughs
in this interesting, fast moving comedy.
"Never Too Old," a colorful, sophisticated play with its mod-
ernistic surroundings, was entered in the lnterscholastic League
Contest. The players were Bobbie Jeanne Lee, Wynn Clair Boyd,
Quincy Lee Baker, and Jeanine Eminian, '
JUNIOR AND SENIOR
MRS. WILLAVIE Wl-llTESlDE
"Have her' wear an evening dress", "No,
blue jeans." "Oh, well, why not both?" "Fish
or chicken, which'll it be?" So went the con-
versations ot the junior and senior Sub Debs,
who had a brilliant social season, especially
Rose Marie Winters
t row: Jeanine Erninian,
Wood, Ann Manly, Doris
e, Betty Kiecke, Carleen
ind raw: Fadra Mims, Bob-
Jeanne Lee, Quincy Lee
2r, Betty Jean Doggett, Jo
Williams, India Ann Boyd,
'y Jo Rimel.
the seniors, who spent rnost ot their nights
thinking of tiendish ideas for initiating the
juniors. At Christmas both clubs had a ban-
quet at Gaidos. The social affair planned for
late spring is a dance.
Seated: Elizabeth Reich, Beverly Ann Cooper, Elizabeth Trudeau, Clara Ann
Biscoe, Marie Bradshaw.
Standing: Jean Haddon, Joyce Coon, Karlene Nunemaker, Joan Parkin, Mar-
tha Langley, Barbara Reed.
A - Below
Third row: Billie Mae Finney,
Billie Jean Dodgen, Cleta
Snapp, Thalia Brewer, Caroline
Grarnmon, Norma Gougenheim
Tcp row: Betty Jo McDaniel,
Billye Jean Beasley, June Brown,
Virginia Cecil, Susan Harkrid-
er, Bina Hansen
THE AUSTIN FIRE PATROL
MR. JAMES H. GOETTEE
With heat we can't be beat! Come cold, storm, or fire drill, we are
always there ready and waiting - who knows - someday the real thing
might come along.
MR. JAMES GOETTEE
"Sign here"- are familiar words to anyone who roams the halls.
Monitors say they are only doing their duty, but sometimes we
wonder--especially when they ask a pretty girl to add her phone
First row: Ray Laurentz, Fire
Chief, Billy Boddeker, Asst.
Chief, Capt. Campbell of
the Eastwood Fire Station, Bill
Dailey, Asst. Battalion Chief,
A. B. Harris, First Floor Bat-
Top row: Bill Fankhauser, Asst.
Battalion Chief, Bruce Simo-
neaux, Third Floor Captain,
Douglas Whitty, Third Floor
Battalion Chief, Benjamin Hard,
R.O.T.C. Detail, Bobby Gene
McKinney, Second Floor Cap-
tain, Paul Wilber, First Floor
Top row: Paul Wilber, Oliver Bond,
Sidney Ratisseau, Alfred Sarabia,
Mr. Goettee, Jimmie Ray Hearran,
Hardie Roberts, Harry Green.
Third row: Mervin Key, Jack
Kitchen, Pete Hunt, Sharon Lith-
erland, Carroll Harris, Joseph
Savarino, T. K. Niland, Truman
Second row: Bobby McGee, Jack
Phelps, James Wilhelm, Frank
Helvey, Marion Webb, James
Korges, Kim McCreary, Martel
Front row: Arvel Pyle, Paul John-
son, J. G. Mason, Ernest Priest,
Martin Zoch, Alan Williams.
Front row: Miss Leifeste, Gail Williams,
Darlene Engholm, Marjorie Priest,
Martha Langley, Doris Moore, Delores
Gilmore, Gwen Johnson, Joan Griffin,
Geraldine Tice, Faye Goodwin, Bettye
Second row: Jeanine Eminian, Norma
Jean Hartung, Jeanne Lewis, Altha
Buselmeier, Doris Camp, Hilda Payne,
Mary Sue Sloan, Reeda Hinds, Jean
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TFIE GAVEL CLUB
MRS. FRANCES DEMENT
"Should compulsory military training be adopted?"
This is but one of the topics discussed by this distinguished group of debaters, orators,
declaimers, and just plain speech enthusiasts that make up the Gavel Club. -
Under the sponsorship of Mrs. Frances Dement the Gavel Club has entered representatives
in many speech contests. The club, among other activities, presented two radio programs,
an Army Day, and Navy Day Salute.
This group has, however, proved themselves quite adept at other arts than that of speech,
as anyone who has attended one of their socials will tell you.
Top row: Mahlon Gremillion, Mervin Key, Cozetta
Bartholomew, Jo Goosby, Jeanette Morgan, Bill Fank-
Second row: Dick Fankhauser, Ralph Wallace, Danny
Eckman, Joy Stillwell, Doris Marie Blakeslee, Paul
Wilbur, Boysen Etie.
Front row: Douglas Whitty, Bruce Simoneaux, Eliza-
beth Trudeau, Beverly Cooper, Ann Reeves, Jean
Haddon, Mary Sue Sloan, R. C. Thompson.
THE CHORAL CLUB
Cross, Dorothy McDonald, Norma
Voekel, Jane Freitag, Evelyn Miller.
Third row: Peggy Tatham, Wynn
Claire Boyd, Shirley Munson, Carlene
Rieman, Kathleen Kasper, Carollyne
Reese, Ann Reeves, Suda Hamilton,
Lottie Cowll, Alpha Jo Womack, Dor-
othy Hooker, Dale Webb, Janet Wing.
Top row: Tommy Bovee, Buddy Moore,
Bill Dailey, Tom Leach, Lloyd Ander-
son, Curtis Robinson, Albert Shaffner,
Fred Jennings, Robert Guntz, Royal
Allen Mahlon Lively.
MISS LUCILLE LEIFESTE
Under the direction of Miss Lucille Leifeste,
Austin's Choral Club has done outstanding work this
The club presented a lovely Christmas program and
later sang with the Houston Symphony Orchestra in
one of its special student concerts. ln addition to
these extra-curricular activities, the club presented
a program of Christmas music at the annual banquet
of the Principals' and Supervisors' Convention. '
As the closing activity of the year, the Choral
Club sponsored a spring music festival in which
mixed chorus groups were used.
At the Christmas Program.
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ln the office of the assistant principal, MR. GOETTEE:
Top row: Hilda Gotcher, Billie Dove Harrison, Shirley Thompson, Doris
Thrash, Rose Marie Winter.
Second row: Mr. Goettee, Twyla Jean Mills, Shirley Blackstock, Billie Rhame,
Ollief James, Dolores Gilmore.
Front row: Betty Warriner, Yvonne Le Comte, Doris Jaffe, Barbara Ander-
son, Marie Bradshaw, Peggy Lois Crenwelge.
The efficiency of the clinic would
without MRS. PATTON'S aides'
From locating Shakespeare's Macbeth or
the dust-covered shelves of the library, tc
swathing slightly scratched fingers in mercurii
bromide plaster, run the duties of several o
the Service Clubs.
ln the main office, MRS. BRANARD, secretary, and MISS HOWARE
ely on the help of the group below.
Edith Herbert, Howard, Virginia Miller, Howard, Elizabel
Howard, Luella Myatt, Howard, Patty Holloway, Howarc
Katherine Bailey, Howard, Suzanne Oelfke, Howard, Carol Flanders, Howari
Third row: 'Ina Mae Eubanks, Branard, Beverly Ann Cooper, Branard, Dor
Moore, Branard, Corrinan O'Banion, Branard, Virginia Eckerman, Branarc
Jackie Goddard, Branard, Kyle Chapman, Branard.
Second row: Buddy Moore, Branard, Gloria Raimer, Branard, Virginia Ceci
Branard, Jane Brown, Branard, Faye Keiper, Branard, Patsy Cain, Branarc
Barbara Martin, Branard.
Front row: John Hauck, Branard, Ruth Ann Spencer, Howard, Billie An
Brown, Branard, Zaidee Guerin, Howard, Bruce Simoneaux, Branard.
Top row: Lourina Patton, Betty Jean Stout
Juanita Smith, Shirley Lou Wilson, Doris Davis
Betty Jo McDaniel.
Second row: Mary Joan Griffin, La Don McVey
Dorothy Pearce, Helen Frenzel, Margaret Cronk
hite, Hilda Jo lmmore.
Front row: Marilynn Lubowski, Barbara Jea
Marek, Norma Jean Parker, Margie Suttles
Terry lsom, Ann Reeves.
Those unfeeling students who maliciously,
though unintentionally, dole out to their fellow
scholars nine months of imprisonment in the
form of a textbook are to be found in the
These, and the others of the eight service
organizations deserve the appreciation of both
faculty and students for their valuable contri-
butions to the school.
The office of the dean, MRS. CROUCH, would
indeed be handicapped without these girls to check
up on our absenteeism.
Top row: Jeannine O'Dowd, Mary Blue Johnson, Mrs. Crouch, Carleen
Bookiaoofvi ASSISTANTS 'Mn'
Third row: Jorena Peterson, Margerie Beseler, Pat Walker, Dorothy Mc
and Donald, Peggy Cook.
LU NCH ROOM PATROL
Second row: Mary Joan Griffin, Martha Helen Card, Lucille Allison, Mari-
anne Bolton, Dolores Becker.
Front row: Caroline Grammon, Nina Fae Tipton, Billie Lee Adkins, Peggy
Griffin, Dolores Martin.
Doing their bit under the direction of the librarian, MRS. HELEN
Top row: Elizabeth Hitt, Shirley Eaves, Barbara Ertz, John Crahan,
Blanton Crook, James Sykora, Camille Tingley, Norma Thain.
Second row: Frances Caddell, Thelma Pomeroy, Pat Rand, Martha Carol
Brunson, Quincy Baker, Bernice Knight, Betty Jo Needham, Jane Freitag.
Front row: Marie Hopkins, Norma Jean Hartung, Doris Pyle, Peggy Cook,
Autrey Tidmore, Elizabeth Trudeau.
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Top row: Thalia Brewer, Beatrice Sivil, Cleta Snapp,
Second row: Hilda Jo lmmore, LaQuita Cherry,
David Bullock, Margie Taylor, Margie Suttles, Mr.
Front row: Billy Joe Levell, De Etta Ford, Alice
Kennelly, Truman Vaught, Peggy Brunson, Joy
Stilwell, Gerald Stockbridge.
Hollywood is waiting for these operators of the
movie projector when they graduate out of service
to us and to their sponsor, MRS. FRANCES
Top row: J. Riley Dittbrenner, Tommy Morgan,
Front row: Bruce Simoneaux, Ray Hilton, Harrell
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THE READER'S GU I LD
MRS. EDIS HAYNES
With the organization of The Reader's Guild the
literati of the junior and senior classes are joined to-
gether in one of Austin's newest clubs.
The Guild in full-swing the second semester held
many interesting and cultural programs. Along with
the signing of the charter at the initial meeting, Mrs.
Miller Stewart presented a book review.
The Reader's Guild, with a membership of 45, is
expected to become one of Austin's leading clubs.
The club is indeed indebted to Mrs. Edis Haynes
for her tireless efforts in its behalf.
Standing: Ted Turner, Bettye Reed, Anna Lou Forrester, Quincy Lee Baker, Bess Mears, Mar-
gie Sanders, Martha Rogers, Wilma Cessna, Virginia Duke, Jean Borcherding, Bill Fankhauser.
Seated: Carleen Riemen, Pat Wright, Kyle Chapman, Pat O'Quinn, Boysen Etie, Norma Gou-
genheirn, Thomas Sweet, Maxine McMakin, Diane Sengelmann, Mrs Edis S. Haynes.
AUSTIN HOSPITALITY CLUB
MISS RUTH DAUGHERTY
"Move that. palm over-flower the lights-We've gotta
As you probably guess this ls the Austin Hospitality
club in action the afternoon of the auspicious occasion
--the Aloha Prom. Miss Daugherty's social relation's
class endeavors to create-a gracious atmosphere at Aus-
tin High and does a very good job of it.
Top row: Billy Duncan, Aloha Club Reporter, Ralph Phillips, Aloha
Club, V. Pres., Wilburn Neal, Aloha Club, Pres, Ralph Wallace.
Soc Rel, Pres, James Wilhelm, Soc, Rel, Treas
Fourth row: Joe Hunt, .Aloha Club, Soc. Chm, Buddy Moore, Aloha
Club, Sec, Peggy Griffin, Soc. Rel., Sec., Mary Jo Ewing, Soc. Rel.,
Third row: Bruce Simoneaux, Aloha Club, Treas, Betty Kiecke, Aloha
Club, Hostess, Jane Freitag, Soc, Rel., Soc Chm, Elizabeth Tru-
deau, Soc Rel, Prog. Chm, Jean Borcherding, Soc, Rel Re-
Second row: J. Riley Dittbrenner, Aloha Club, Slgt -at-Arms, Violet
Berczik, Soc Rel., Hostess, Dorothy Gideon, Soc. Rel., Librarian,
Harold Ash, Soc Rel, Sgt -at-Arms.
Front row: Glenn Gathright, Aloha Club, Host, George Whisene
nand, Soc., Rel., Host.
T. N. T. CLUB
MRS. CHARLINE POTTER
At the beginning of the year, there was heard a
small "pop" coming from room Zll. That was the
T. N. T. club starting the year. Now, under the able
guidance of Mrs. Charline Potter, this organization has
well earned its explosive title.
Our Latin American neighbors and Russia were only
two of the main topics of discussion when the eager
beavers gathered 'round the Round Table.
To further our international spirit of goodwill the
Chinese Consul enlightened them on the problems of
present day China,
They concluded the year with a bangllll
Top row: Doris Moore, Anna Belle Rourke, Gloria Wil-
son, Jean Borcherding, Maxine LaPine, Ann Wood, Bill
Fanlchauser, Barbara Reed, Katherine Rentzel, Martha
Third row: Marion Frnka, Jeanine Eminian, Faye Jones,
Second row: Bruce Simoneaux, A. B. Harris, Virginia.
Spurlock, Elizabeth Reich.
Front row: Benjamin Hard, Lester Gibbons, Gilbert Charn-
bers, Donald Andrews
Front row: Grady Cade, Jack Quarles, Bruce Simoneaux, Buddy
Moore, Irvin Floeck, Pat Tillman, Mr. Lumpkin.
Second row: Paul Johnson, Mike Clevenger, Jimmy Longshore,
Jerry Martin, Don Paton, Mahlon Gremillion, Edward Kuhl, Bill
tanding: Frank Trahan, G. D. Burkett, Lawrence Smith, Alvin
eated: Bruce Simoneaux, Donald McDonald, Miss Doering, Pete
tunt, Billy Boddeker.
MISS ADELE WAGGAMAN
MISS LILLIAN CARLETON
The rolling ponies, with a strength of 65 mem-
rs, has I4 teams which bowl in inter-school
mpetition every Thursday at the Recreation
Austin was the first high school to introduce
bowling league which was organized four years
o. Since then all seven high schools in Houston
ve followed suit and prospects are bright for
:ture regularly - scheduled matches between
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Under the direction of Mr. Irving Lumpkin, the
Austin Hi-Y has had a very busy year.
The purpose of this organization, sponsored by
the international Y.M.C.A., is to create, maintain,
and extend throughout the school and community,
high standards of Christian character.
The club held night meetings and other activi-
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BASSES FRENCH HORNS TROMBONES
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James Bradshaw Jimmie Burson Lester Gibbons
Edgar Ash Howard Reese
Jimmie Ray Hearron
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For the first time since the war the band
took a trip to the football game at Galves-
ton. The Mustang Boosters and the foot-
ball team were, as usual, inspired by the
presence and playing of the band at the
various football games.
The Mustang Band honored the school by
being awarded a Bronze Plaque for winning
first place in a marching contest in Decem-
ber. Their masterful marching was a bright
the Houston Rodeo Parade.
The outstanding spring events were the
concert at the Music Hall for 2500 teachers
of the State Teacher's Convention and the
trip to Huntsville for the contest. Rounding
up the hard work, the group had one fine
time at the annual picnic at Lyondale Park,
First place awards made to the Mustang
Band at the State Contest in Huntsville,
April 6, l946:
Band: Concert, sight reading, marching.
Clarinet Trio: El Roy Sullivan, Gene Loop,
Flute Trio: Patsy Wright, Harvey Bodden,
Brass Quartet: Gordon Polk, Bobby Monroe,
Jimmy Hearron, Howard Reese.
Brass Quartet: Charles Vibrock, Billy Grif-
fin, Marilyn Wareham, Tommy McBrayer.
Solo: Patsy Wright, piccolo, Donald Andrews,
trombone, Mervin Key, baritone, Marilyn
Captain: MARVIN KEY
First Lt.: FAYE KEIPER
First Lt.: JACK PATISON
Second Lt.: TRUMAN MOSES
Second Lt.: LESTER GIBBONS
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BOBBIE JEANNE LEE
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Top row: Suzanne Oelfke, Gloria Wilson, Willard
Miller, Nancy Branan, Rene Vermillion.
Fourth row: Bob Suggs, Barbara Baumann, Mickey
McMillian, Jimmy Moffatt, Truett Airhart.
Third row: Shirley Lou Wilson, Mary Louise Win-
ters, Jean Swoboda, Margie McMahon, Marilyn
Wrist, Carol Flanders, Jeanne Lewis, Frances
Second row: Jean Wilcox, Yvonne LeComte, Joy
Swoboda, Kathleen Emery, Mary Hendley, Betty
Crain, Nick Dameris, Claude Barger.
Front row: Lawrence Smith, Betty Warriner, Ortrud
Buselmier, Anne Landers, George Doubrava, Don
Andrews, Virginia Eckerman.
MRS. E. C. GATES
Mrs. Mauryne Dailey Mr. Michael Spampinato
Miss Vernon Dilworth Mrs. Hilda Bradshaw
Mrs. Marjorie Dyer
Amijos Mios! Taking the spotlight early in the year when the
Mexico City football team paid its respects to Austin, the Pan-
American League, under the sponsorship of the Spanish teachers,
has had a colorful season. Highlighting the year were Mexican
suppers, movies, visits from Cuban and Mexican students, a pro-
gram for the Lions Club, and the not-to-be-forgotten Pan-Ameri-
can assembly program. Credit also goes to the hard working
Directiva members who shared the responsibility of keeping the
members informed on all events of Pan-American interest.
Top rowi Lamont Dillon, Sec., Fall term, Gloria Branyon, Treas.
Fall and Spring terms, Benjamin Hard, Sec., Spring term.
Front row: Elizabeth Batmanis, Pres., Fall termg Benjamin Gutier-
rez, Pres., Spring term.
Like the fine ladies of Merry
Old England who gaily rode
forth to the chase as the rosy
fingers of dawn touched the
earth, so sally forth each Sat-
urday morning the enthusiastic
equestriennes of the Mustang
Joy Stillwell, Jean Turner,
Barbara Robinson, Jacqueline
Rechif, Mrs. Gates, Elizabeth
Reich, Detta Ford, Marjorie
Beseler, Jeannette Morgan,
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Most noticeable change in Brigade
tradition for '45-'46 was the fiery lit-
tle red feather. Green ones were not
yet back from the war.
The Brigade calendar began back in
early summer with the all-day infor-
mal initiation at Lyondale Park. The
"Major Meanies" pictured here de-
vised many of the fiendish ideas that
were tried on the initiates.
Drilling weekly at the Austin foot-
ball games kept them busy during Sep-
tember, October, and November. The
bus trip to Galveston was their first out-
of-town game since the beginning of
the war. Another highlight of the fall
season was the sport dance given by
the Flags during the Thanksgiving holi-
After the football season closed,
slumber parties began to fill the girls'
calendars. The inauguration of the
Brigade Bowling League gave them
many pleasant Friday afternoons.
COLONEL JEANINE EMINIAN
At Christmas time the Bagpipers
were honor guests of the Lions' Club
of Houston. They entertained the club
members with a program of bagpipe
music-notably their unique "Jingle
Bells." After luncheon they were
royally transported back to school in
According to its established custom,
the Brigadiers drilled at the Shrine Ball
in February. This is usually the last
public performance, but-luckily for
the graduating seniors-it wasn't the
last for '45-'46, The top officers, bag-
pipers, and a skeleton crew from the
drum and bugle corps put on a benefit
performance at Edison Junior High
School for the East End Boy Scouts.
"Detour-there's a mud-dy road
aheadl" These were the memorable
lyrics from the annual spring program
produced by the Brigadiers. These in-
genious empresarios selected the out-
standing events of each school month
and presented them as pages in their
Calendar of Memories.
The month of May brought the in
stallation of officers for '46-'47 and
the unhappy leave-taking of the senior
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Mary Sue Sloan
Mary Louis Thiel
Rose Marie Winters
Rose Marie Godby
Betty Jean DeBarbieris
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Rose Mary Wirnberly
Anna Belle Rourke
Betty Jo Needam
Mary Louise Pinkston
CAPTAIN PATSY CONN
Jessie Ruth Minter
Beverly Ann Cooper
Billie Mae Finney
Martha Carol Brunson
Ula Mae Zurborg
Norma Jean Sawyer
Ruth Ann Spencer
Mary Louise Winters
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Kneeling: Bennie Fuller, Lt. Col., Retired Instructorj Benjamin Hard, Lt. Col.,
Regimental Com., Billy Boddeker, Major, Regimental Executive Officer, Bobby
Brownhill, Capt., Co. A, Wayne Duddleston, Capt. Adjutant, Glenn Goodman,
Standing: R. C. Thompson, lst Lt., Executive Officer, Co. B, Harlan Willis,
lst Lt., Executive Officer, Co. A, Norman Dunnam, 2nd Lt., Co. A, Platoon
Com., Norman Nelson, 2nd Lt., Co. A, Staff, Joe Mayes, 2nd Lt., Co. A,
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The Reserve Officers Training Corps
was organized for the purpose of pro-
viding military training in high schools
and colleges so that the cadets may be
appointed reserve officers in the military
forces of the United States, should the
The Austin detachment is designated
the First Regiment, has an enrollment
of ll5 cadets, and has participated in
the Armistice Day Parade, the City, ln-
spection, Army Day Parade, the Federal
Inspection, and the annual Final Review at
the High School Stadium and various Rifle
Matches during the school year.
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Joe Mayes, 2nd Lt., Platoon Commander
First row: Dan Shaw, Sgt., Rex Darling, Sgt.,
Steve Demetre, Pvt., Robert McFarland, Pvt.,
Buddy Walker, Pvt., Tommy Baker, Pvt., Jadk
Selstad, Pfc., Gene Milligan, Cpl.
Second row: Maurice Sumner, Sgt., Dewey M.
Goldsberry, Pvt., Van Hooks, Pvt., Kenneth
Hulsey, Pfc., Burton Pitts, Pvt., John Thomas
Oliver, Pvt., Don Lambert, lst Sgt.
Third row: Arthur C. Hughes, Sgt., Carroll Har-
ris, Pvt., Royce Rolin, Pvt., Frank Trahar, Pfc.,
Charles Blanar, Pvt., Billy Lazarus, Cpl., Her-
man Bernard, SfSgt.
Norman Dunnam, 2nd Lt., Platoon Commandei
First' row: Eldon Sorsby, Sgt., Marvin Crawford
Sgt., Bill Arnold, Pvt., Lee Griffith, Pvt., Gene
Petterson, Pfc., Harold Scott, Ptc., Bill Bris-
Second row: Dick Wilcoxen, Cpl., Bob Canter-
bury, Pfc., Donald Krone, Pvt., Robert Cable
Pvt., Nick Demeris, Pvt., G. D. Burkett, Pfc.
Third row: Harry Challie, Sgt., Jack Knight
Pvt., Ed Lundwall, Pvt., Burl Purvis, Pvt., Har-
old Kyle, Pfc., James Youngblood, Cpl., Bob
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Front row: Yates Williamson, Cpl., Bob Moxley,
Pvt., Harlan Conway, Pvt., Bill Evins, Pvt., Neil
Davis, Pvt., Jack Raffels, Pvt.
Second row: Wayne Bader, Sgt., Douglas Whit-
ty, Sgt., William Henry, Pvt., Curtis Robinson,
Pvt., John Cartmill, Pvt., James Cecil, Pvt.
Top row: Dilbert Terry, Sgt. David L. Sutton,
Pvt., Bobby Monroe, Pvt., Jack Denny, PVT-,
Pat Kemp, Pvt., Donald Ellis, SfSgt.
F I RST PLATOON
R. C. Thompson, lst Lt., Company
Front row: Norman Mostert, Sgt., Billy Kirby,
Sgt., Blanton Crook, Pvt., Charles Vibrock, Pfc.,
Frank Hover, Pvt., Joe Simpson, Pvt., Denny
Second row: Richard Pearson, .Sgt., Gene Wil-
kerson, Pvt., A. C. Burkhaltei: Jr., Pfc., James
Sykora, Pfc., Malcolm Hillendahl, Pvt., Eugene
Rice, Cpl., Richard Etheridge, SfSgt.
Top row: Eugene Prewitt, Sgt., Lee Stegall, Pvt.,
Harold Hock, Pvt., Elwood Meyer, Pvt., Rob-
ert Jacobsen, Pvt., Gene Weinzel, Cpl., Sidney
R. Tisseau, lst Sgt.
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MARIE BRADSHAW, Asst. Editor
BETTYE YOUNG, Sophomore Editor.
DONALD HOLLEY, Photographer
MRS WILLAVIE WHITESIDE, Sponsor
BRUCE VERNOR, Club Editor
BENJANHN HARD, Asst Senior Editor
ELIZABETH RElCt-l, Senior Editor
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BUDDY CUMMINGS Asst Editor Boys' Sports
BRUCE SIMONEAUX, Boys' Sports Editor
THALIA BREWER Girls' Sports Editor
MAXlNE MCMAKlN, Business Mgr.
ROSE MARlE SULUVAN, Freshman
JOYCE STRINGFELLOW, Junior
JO ANN TUTTLE, Asst Freshman
BETTY JO WOOLLEY, Faculty
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