Stephen F Austin High School - Corral Yearbook (Houston, TX)

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For the past twenty-one years she has inspired and stimulated the hearts and minds of all those- lioth student and teacher-with whom she has come in contact. To thank her for everything is impossible. To express our heartfelt appreciation and admiration is our intention. 7 Xfkgwfw f sw 24 eff. WM. . X M ,kk,, ,K :sk Ma,-Ly. . .wwlp-,QL - 5 A. ., we x W N325 4., wg . mfs me X Ei A W ww V- 3.443 sf? ,V V 4 Hagan . Ip E Wm : fzlgf E ' X, 1 V -'Nl f 1 . 1, If 3? t 1 . Q 'f if L 4 c 5 MR. A. E. KOTROLA, ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL , b L ,JLVK YFZTZTIE V mix . MRS. BERTHA LE GROS, DEAN OF GIRLS A DERIIE OVER QRA. .- K ,XM w...Ji,,, f A third floor view of our sprawl- ing back campus. tt ttt i sb. K sim- 4 f in , Www, wing? Q. i L W . K I if s 3-.--1 Several studBI1lS chat beneath th e front portals be IO hances the beauty o campus. i The symmetric landscaping en- f our front WEN ' 4 f .QM ,kgwggw K L 3 mi I-ff 153 i "5 V nw' x ,.W,,,,,,,.wmwswv W " "' " ' K H .W- 2 I I f M .V Yana -Q y' Y 1 V11 f 5. Q .- X X H ,mggww-4 "+ve--,, ? ' M '-W, I E ,. ms ff - f af. " k L a uw 5 : .f'i'::.QfQi:-5"iT .- 1 :ft if ' an Qrf L. 2 M, Q 5 'af S . ww ,lf My 'fe " 0 I lf in :lf . 'xff , - 1 4 A ,L-,f,,:,,f 1 I s ' 161,71 s z f I is ' s ' V s 15. 96 K e I g ng. ef ' A, 1 K YP,g'-slTfg:l' -,'f 64':, -v z ,A 'v TWO SIDES HAVE WE . 4, 4, ACTIVITIES ww X 44 Q nm- A 'W 1,'?wN agar as R S 2. w pax? , ,E 2 A 3 16 W' as - A Wx. Q Qgxwb gswf-3 A gg 'gy Q 5 if Ng? istg Q QAQN 3 5, 1 M E, M qw 0 . E x A I M.: 2 alan f lem iyf Wm- V was 5,-sv as 'M - 'f 17 Az' 21 , -if ,ww if G- in ,HW 'HE CAMPU kept us busy the year round A maze of chairs, a blur of faces, and the overwhelming, ever-present noise of the cafeteria are familiar to all. Sam Brown, Dickie Schuenemann, and Edmund Creber helped sell a forest of evergreens at the F.F.A. Key Club Christ- mas tree lot. emwlpal Jam g es 0 am Paylle Qoenee Thomas Fincher, Robert Zwink, Jimmy McKnight, Richard McElroy, and Tom- my Tyston explore the mysteries of the muffler in Austin's Auto Store. Utsf - 3 me pfffsen andmg service-ISS aivud for 55 Ser' OT Years C instructor, I5 h resent at the Aloha Prom- Some star-gazing is indulged in by t OSB p a myriad 0 OCIAI excitini .5 Y - I e Q iff, ,llibdll 'S vet ,14Q Qv G 5 tents ,f rfb The Antrobus family, as acted by Floyd Mutrux, Linda Swartz, Frank Tamborello, and Christiana Brennan, prepare to narrowly escape each world disaster in The Skin of Our Teeth, presented at the Mustang Follies. I6 Frothy dresses and new dark suits preside at the mid-term Senior Prom. ,uw vents made our V HIRL ld colorful Hearts and flowers, cupi1l's bows and arrows festoon the Sub-Deb Valen line Dance. . ar 1 Talented micl-term graduates create a feeling of anxiety lhls scene from I Remember Mama, the senior play. R xl I I I WA in nib ff? i E1 l f-his Q 1 Officers from every school-wide club are hosted to good food and entertainment at the Key Club Leadership Banquet. I7 R T d Sh Thom son, are framed A Christmas song of cheer and good will sung to Mrs. Brown Head cupids, oy awater an aron p by Marilyn McDonald. Judy Clutter, Diane Steele, Mary Whitt- by lace hearts at the Valentine Booth. redge, Joanne Rohlf, and Jeanie Johnson, A congregation of "tea-sippersv descend on Austin at the hi- larious Lamar game pep rally. A summer of hard work is climaxed by a perfect performance as the Scottish Brigade celebrates First Day. scattered throughol PECI f set apart al 3' gi X The scents of many perfumes permeated the dressing rooms be- fore class beauties were chosen. me year DAYS ang remembered 'fr , - S6 Miss Arclis Phillips, founder of the Austin Round-Up, and Mr. .I H. Coettee surround Janice Sellars and Diane Steele, spring co editors, at the Round-Up Banquet. Twirlers hoping to be majorettes learn never to lose their com- Practice for spring Brigade Installation starts early in the winter, posures or batonsl and can be recognized by a semi-circle of girls with arms bent at strange angles. Rosemary Snow, Betty Crocker Homemaker of Tomorrow, and Johanna Baker, who reached the finals in the Scholarship Qualifying Test, demonstrate their method of studying. ill 5 I x g chosen for all-state orchestra. r. mai part of H0 , 0 -W gramsgfl-eenSA .ustons March of D. - gain :P - 5 lines . Maurice McGloth1inf 0110 led successfullyijl-gf edley Charles Schadel Neal Weaver Aus 'at Piper, John Wilson, Betty Odor, Cathy I 1 v 1 ' n's music makers, are music masters since be- 1 with these Words an Chosen each month for their outstanding quali- ties of leadership and achievement are Jun- ior Rotarians Larry Williamson, Billy Jeter, Covey Nash, Mark Welch, John Russi, and George Spence. 20 UU 9 "The rain in Spain." 35 lallghl by Pf0f6SS0f Higgins' fRaY Scar' Track Sweetheart Sharon Thompson is surroumlf-tl protf-ctivvly by horoughl, cscapes Chris Brennan who plays a gutter waif in Shaw's Roy Tawater and John Kelly. Pygnzalion. lctures we recognize ELEBRITIE 4. I 'l'alf-ntml tovs and lots of practice won Lanita Hallmark and Bobby Bic-hl the Toon-Time Party Dance- Cfontvst. " Y f As skillful on the courts as on the football field, the top Brigade Jerrie Elliot, girl cheerleader, receives a letter from Miss Reynaud volleyball team cavorts around the floor. and applause from the audience at the Girls' Sports Banquet. muscled mustangs make PORT HIICC. 22 the talk c As the sands of time sift slowly through the hour glass the Mustang Band pre- sents another precision football perform- ,1, s mf 0 I is 0' , i ll gr gg i I 'YM -ff.. W, 3 'I 2 z ff twvfw 3 1 ,he E g 1 ' z fi-Ei , fx 3 5. as X fir? w 'in gif 4 TWO SIDES HAVE WE . Y If 4'-f THE GYM . . . usually a holdout for tennis shoes and gym shorts 24 I . . . takes 011 a look of G PERSONALITIES Seneca 7 bunpeme' Alllld thrlll frllls K4 26 and excltement a panel of SIX judges Qelected QIX flT!3llQtS from each claw From them f1I13llStS the Judges choQe a wlnner and two runners up from thelr refpectlve clasQeQ W 4 fi F Q V 71 64604 Iollomng thi IIOIIIIIIZIUOIIS by hmm mmm sux flll'lllQtS from each claw were C016-Ltmd hv the popular wtf of the Qtudffnt both A panel of judges then Qelccled one wmner and two IUIIIIFTQ up from each class from photographg of the fmahst cm! spam 27 7710413 Zemctdfwf fame 1-helefwoa 77Za4Z7fmw!4ame QW 540496 Whdgmadfuf A., Sapiomofze 14:44 Smez 771441 qfcuzdeame -Zgadaoz 77afu6ez if I r K 'Aki I k oidiawafze T.! EM Ed Qu lwvw fmubw fww 'Manda 340 Fda X pdomoue 7444 giddley fauna mldddd Eamzew- 74a Senchu .dam Shawn Deism Dugan fmubu .dau Wmk 77Z4aq ffm Zuma .S'0f64omau4 .lealcz fake 746584 Dwzianp 33 F7 S ' Queen 7750040 7146 7001446014 After receiving the homeroom nomination, having the highest number of votes in the primary, and winning the final run-off, these two seniors were de- clared the most popular of their class. Eligibility came through the usual qualifications - a HC" average and an MEM in conduct. 34 1476- 2 S 5644047 -Ii 5 sfggiligm 9'-'dw Slum Character, service, leadership, scholarship--these are the qualifications of the best all-round seniors. Nominated by the homeroom teachers, these stu- dents were chosen hy a vote of the senior class. 35 ?.?,,4, S Glenda Taliaferro was announced as the 1957 F.F.A. Sweetheart in the annual Pig- skin Press. This announcement climaxed two weeks of excitement and elections. Any girl with a "Cn average and an 'Clin in conduct was eligible to run. Following the first elec- tion, three finalists remained to compete in the final election. In addition to the Sweet- heart, ,loyce Lumpkin and Lorelei Ploog were chosen as runners-up. 36 74z.a4ww F.F.A. member Wayne Dean congratulates run ners-up Joyce Lumpkin and Lorelei Ploog. DM-4,2 z4uZe4 feed 77fwza6 708144 Runners-Up Betty ,lean Hunter George Spence I O I The D.A.R. award is sponsored by the Daughters of the American Revolution. Nominations are maclc by the homeroom teachers and are votefl on hy the senior class. The primary qualifications are citizen- ship, scholarship, and leadership. 71 Excitement and suspense were in the air at the halftime cere- monies of the Austin vs. Lamar game. At this time, the Home- coming Queen and her two princesses were presented. Any girl with a 'LCM average and an HE" average in conduct was eligible to run, if she wished. A student election was held to select the three finalists to compete in the final poll. At the second election. the queen was selected. 2aeeov Princess funn Whitehead Princess Linda Strawn I Many cheers and yells were heard when the announcement of Mr. and Miss Round-Up was made during the intermission of the annual Mustang Follies. which was held in the school auditorium. The eight nominees were chosen by the staff and jour- nalism students who help with the school newspaper. The Rounrl-Up. These eight names were then sent to the home- rooms where only subscribers to the Rouml-Up were allowed to vote for one girl and one boy. Mr. and Miss Round-Up and four runners-up were cho- sen in this election. Qt. f?s 4 we , tk, 77624 found- Zip Dame Steele 772, famed- Zip fanned Sandi Runners-Up: Bob Box, Carolyn l.awl4-ss, L1-all lilll'g.It'9S. Holi lid Carr. famew 77544: Fopafm Swam 'W Jaden Pad .fanny 70dld4w4on 7754146 Welcd gewq fm Timm 40 2841 1435- Pownal Seoakvw ' 3 -u V 'i. iv: 1 vi s Q + Q qi, vas. 1 4,5 if? , A Wwgwwg- A gf VW C. 3 ,f5':Lf'Mk pi ' .fi " E Si ' -,555 .nys ': " F wg K 4-fi ' M 6 M K , 2. ,-fill? ' Q f- N , k M -fwakw v H 15- :gf 32: K vm., 1-ii.--M. lk, 1 K me f ,X ,san ' 4 qw 4 i Inga 1 Q r TWO SIDES HAVE WE . ,I 4 1 If I 1 4-ff often E 47 4 . . . however, it rapidly comes to LIFE during organization-sponsored auditorium programs. ORGANIZATIONS 43 I 1958MCORRAL STAFF COVEY NASH JOHN TERRY Feature Editors, Glen Moore, W'anda Baker, and Maurice McClothlin tabulate the final votes in the "Most Hand- some" contest. l Wake up. Jerry Lacy, a deadline is approaching! SARAH WEAVER BRENDA WALKER Each day, leading up to nearing-deadlines, seemed to speed faster and faster, as the publication date loomed large before the 1958 Corral, staff. Final corrections were made in late copy, and last minute pictures were added to each section's layouts to make the new yearbook Austin's best and most complete. Membership on the Corral staff, which meets each day at the sixth period, is by invitation only, and the appointment of staff offices is made at the annual banquet in the spring. Because of the cooperation and hard work on the part of all the editors, managers, and assistants, your yearbook will continue to grow and improve and will always try to reflect the activities, spirit, and aims of Austin Senior High School. JAN ENDERLI LINDA DOYLE ATR Literary Editor, Joni Kellough, receives helpful hints on writ- Assistant Sports Editors, Charlie Goodwin and Billy Jeter mg copy from the Corral sponsor, Mr. Cullen. O. K. football action shots for the Corral. 1958 CORRAL STAFF Editor-in-Chief ,,,...,,..... . .,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , COVEY NASH Assistant Editor .... ,...,,, .,ss I O HN TERRY Senior Editors ,,,.,,. SARAH WEAVER BRENDA WALKER Business Manager .,,,.....,....... , ,.....,st, LINDA DOYLE Circulation Manager ...,.,,,.,t.,t . ..,,. JAN ENDERLI Club Editor ss,ss,ss.,,....s.,s,..,. ,IACQUE McDONALD Activities Editor 7,7,,,s,,,,t,,,, IEANENE COCHRAN Advertising Manager ,,,,,,,.......,.ee,,,,e, NELL SMITH Feature Editors ,,,,,,,,,,.t.........,, .,ee, W ANDA BAKER OWEN MOORE MAURICE MCGLOTHLIN Literary Editor ,,,,t,,,..t .ii,. .I ONI KELLOUGH Sports Editor e,,, ,..... L ARRY WILLIAMSON Assistants ,,ie, ,i,ii.e,.,. ...t. .I E RRY LACY CHARLIE GOODWIN BILLY IETER .IACQUE McDONALD JEANENE COCHRAN NELL SMITH LARRY WILLIAMSON 45 THE ROUND-UP Besides being, as its name implies, a bi-monthly "Round-Upl' of current fashion, sport, and social news, Austin High,s news- paper contains editorials that reflect the opinions, feelings, and questions of the majority of the students. Mr. and Miss Round-Up, annually crowned at the Mustang Follies, exemplify the hard work and ambition of every staff member. FALL STAFF Editor-in-Chief ,,Y,,, , ,,,YYY,Y,-M.,,YYY,,YY KAREN CAROLYN LAWLESS Associate Editor , 7 ,,,,ee,ee JEANNE JOHNSON Business Manager ,,,ee,,,ser,ee ,, ,,,,eeeee STELLA BEENE Managing Editor ,,,,,,,t,t MARY E. WHITTREDGE Make-up Editors ,T ,,,,,,,ttte,e, ,e,i,ee, J ACKIE NULL KENNETH SMITH Because of 1tS conslstent high quality the Round-Up placed first in the lnterna tional Quill and Scroll newspaper contest and is always flrst ln the heart of the entire school SPRING STAFF Editor-in-Chief 7 Associate Editor Business Managers Managing Editor . Make-up Editor Leland Camp, Bob Ed Carr, Leah Burgess C i arolyn Lawless ik llrnlv Box anml Jllily Cluttvr .lanirfh Svllars and Diane Steele SU? MCCHTW and KaY4' A5llf'Y Marilyn lNIvDnnal4l, Tvrrvll Myers, Joanne Rohlf, Johnny Hvrrin Mary Ellen Whittreclge, Jrfannc Johnson. Stella B4-Inf' Frances Johnson, Jackie- Null, Babs Causey, Kvnnf-th Smith Glenda Taliafvrro and Leroy Farris 47 OFFICERS: Chief, Covey Nashg Scribe, Dian Doyeng Bouncer, Billy Jeterg Lawyer, Paul Spillerg Bouncer, Larry Christiang Assistant Chief, Jerrie Elliottg Cash, Lin Eckert. By sponsoring the Booster booth, the special Booster rooting section at football games, and the annual Bronco Whirl, a sport dance honoring the football team, the Booster Club is instrumental in uniting the students behind school events and in encouraging good sportsmanship. Having an an- nual membership of over 1200, the Booster Club is Austin's largest organization, requiring only that members be students of Austin High School who are interested in creating and main- taining a constructive school spirit. USTANG BOO TER th Chairman Boo H . iiiiliie Poggftziltfx Chairman lord. Bronco Whirl Manager, John Kelley, discusses decoration plans with decoration chairman Wanda Baker. 48 le A fl- if sl .f 'W Ml' 4 W . wmv, , .- 1 6 I if 'yiffi L GREE MA QUE PLAYERS Although both the actors and those behind the scenes are ama- teurs, the Green Masque Play- ers' productions of popular plays are well-known for the diversified talent they exhibit. The Players, all of whom are enrolled in a drama class, are well appreciated for their en- thusiastic participation in as- sembly programs, senior plays, and interscholastic contests. MR. EMORY THOMPSON, Sponsor OFFICERS: Treasurer, Pat Barringerg Secretary, Norma Dale Drewsg President, Charlotte Cox: Sergeant-at-Arms, Joe Fulleng Reporter, Marilyn Pusaterig Parliamentarian, Sharon Wakefield, Sponsor, Mr. Thompson. SITTING: Maebeth Pritchard, Meredith Martin, Edmund Greber, Joanne Rohlf, Floyd Mutrex, Pat Barringer, Barbara Wildy. Peggy Reed. KNEELING: Covey Nash, Sonja Isham, Janice Way, Marilyn Pusateri, Tommye Jordan, Gayle Keith, Jean Foster. STANDING: David Riggs, Joe Fullen, Ruby Whitehead, Sharon Martin, I..aNelle Gallant, Norma Dale Drews, Charlotte Cox, Ronnie West. Marilou Smith, Christiana Brennan, Pat. Pizzitola, Sharon Wakefield, Debbie Anthony, Mr. Thompson, Judy Chapman, Esther Riley, David Billingsly. SCE MU TA G LaNellc- ia . . temptress, exhibits her feminine wiles to ' l d by Frank Tam- George lmrello. N ES FROM F OLLIE I I' llant as galina. uniwrsa Antrohus, p aye k f' ld gypsy fortune teller Sharon Wa e 16 , ' dvice to the love- knows all, and gives a lorn. The Skin of Uur Teeth by Thornton Wilder The Antrobus family, joined by Main- th and Dinosaur, and Sabina pose mo , for a family portrait. CHORALE MISS BERTIE SIMS, Sponsor , 4e - I ?! -F fx, FIRST ROW: Jeanne Johnson, Carole Stewart, Shirley Clifton, Penelope Robinson, Verna Dean Tillman, Priscilla Cox, Doralyn Coka, Sandra Reeves, Ann Waters, Linda Pledger, Ann Estes, Martha Parker, Willie Whitley. SECOND ROW: Elaine Mantjos, Bonnye Veselka, Yvonne May, Betty Wessendorf, Ray Bob Smith, Jerry Hoffman, Nick Grivas, Lanny Atwell, Maurice Baquero, Ruth Hinkle, Mary Green, Sandra Weiss. THIRD ROW: Lynn Andrew, Gerry Howard, Shirley Porter, Kay Turner, Susan Varner, Joyce Lumpkin, Jerry Clark, Ronnie Nissen, Jerry Beasley, Dennis Smith, Daryl James, Pat Krenek, Rosemary Crowder, Charlotte Walton. FOURTH ROW: Dorothy Arnold, Judy Gartner, Marye Wynne, Karen Lewis, Pat Smith, Jerry Brown, Roy Tawater, Paul Barnette, Joe Rayburn, Ronnie Kennedy, Jean Pietsch, Bonnie Chapman, Judy Garvey, Julia Linder. Although the Austin Chorale has probably never been thanked officially for this little known service, the heavenly music it provided for the fourth period picnickers was a welcome addition to the noon day meal. Aside from this unofficial entertainment, the Chorale contributed to the loveliness and meaning of the Christmas Assembly program, appeared before the Dad's Club and P.T.A. meet- ings, performed in the student symphony concert in March, and furnished all baccalaureate and commence- ment music for both terms. Members of the Chorale must have completed two years of music or its equivalent in musical training. Attaining perfection for the Christmas program the Austin Chorale practiced daily in the audi torium. 52 OFFICER NICK GHIVAS Presirlenl LYNN ANDREWS Treasurer DENNIS SMITH JERRY BEASLEY Vive President JOE RAYBURN 1,IlfliIIlI1PIIl!IfI'IUI I QI u 1' ' S Es! 1'-'-Hkg is LINDA PLEIJCER Sefrrflrzry WI LLEY LEE WHITLEY Pianist RAY IIOIB SMITH Librarian 53 Lilzrarirzn F TURE HOMEMAKER OE AMERICA SITTING: Linda Paskie, Mary Ann Balton. STANDING: Anne Dancy, Linda Anderson, Gwenell Harrison, Henriann Hudson, Geraldine Hall, Elmer Mae Dewer, Janet Partin, Lanette De Hart, Caro Ann Chippendale, Annie Lowe, Mary Lynn Chippendale, Mary Presly, Othilia Anderson, Yolanda Guerra, Evelyn Easter, Carol Higginbotham, Patricia Gartin, Carolyn Martin, Marilyn Stevens, Pat Modisette, Cynthia Taylor, Rosemary McAllister, Linda Schwartz, Sue Haddon, Patricia Jordan. Again the dBSIiHaiiOI1 of the F-H-A- this ChfiSi- are five separate clubs with officers for each, and mas was the hospital. This year, however, the any girl enrolled in a homemaking class is eligible members collected Christmas cards and distributed for membership. them among the patients at the T.B. hospital. There SITTING: Donna McNichols, Charlene Xlelnick, Jane Anderson, Clara Chebret, Joanne Magness, Vickie Glenn, Deana Bradshaw, Carla Myers, Diane Williams, Lorme Janik, Stella Beane, Helen Wall. Beverly Bennett. Judy Gayle Payne, Rose Crochet, Joane Durrett Henry. STANDING: Penny Houdek, Rosemary Snow, Cosette Curts, Jean Atkinson, Joyce Busseyv .Joyce Hawkins. Rozella Spaulding, Tommie Ruth Ammons, Barbara Thomason, Janice Crane, Nelle Messer, Margaret Kramer, Linda Grant, Lupe Cadena, Wanda Martin. Rf Sl'l"l'lNll: Mary Zxllll Ilmwn. Clemla Price, l7f'lUI'f'S lfishvr, Peggy ITN:-il, Eli:-11 Hir'kc'n, Mayclf-ly11 Ruin-1'-1111, l"z1y1If-Il Hllllllll. lla11'l1'111- llorrlfby. YVUIIII1' PlDl4l1'l'. .l111111ilz1 liffilllllii. Sl1a11'1v11 Huy. L11111- 541111111-L, S'I'gXNlJINll: Pvggy Davis, Kay Euftvly. Betty I,l'l'kiIlS. li1'w'1'ly ll1'u11cl1, H1-ily K1-rk, f:lll'I!'II1' Hz1I1'111z111. 5l1z11'1v11 IHi1IlNfif'I1I. Pat Uaily. Peggy Hvifl. lm111li:1 Hi1'l1z11'1ls1111. Palsy Crm-r, lLl1:111h1 uilIllIIIH'H. Q Vif I X Fl'l"l'lN1Q: 5111111111 Spin-1. NLIIIVQ' W1Ili:1111N. F'lw.'XNl7lN4Q: ,Iz111i1'er 4a1111l1'1's. Palsy lflmmw-1's. 4fl1:11'- Iullfe AXWI1-ry. Tilllllil Wilmx. l3z1rlrz114u 1111111-1', ,Ula CQIIWUII, Alive- S1-ull, B1-ily Buff. Mary Suv liillllillllll. 1111111-11 ,I11111-N. lln111111 5u111lf-1'Q, Pill AXII111. Hail lie-11-4111. llizuu' llmllnm-. liilflllt' I14111g1, l.i111l41 llI'illlll'Il. iP41yIe lf1z111s. Suv I1i11 Xll'Kl'llLll', Nlilmlezrml ,I1111x1111. Ut'l'Lll1IiIlt' Klunu. H1'Nl'l'Iy I'.l'lllI,E1Hf. ,Iwy livll Il11y11im'. Nlury l':NlIiIlHsLl. Nita llz1l11-wk. ., S'l',XNlJIMl: 5111111111 U11111. ffurulyll Krnll. I':l!l'I1'IlC Nlitvln-ll, ff1v111'l1ila 11I'Ollill. llnm xYllt't'l1'I'. Kill'l'Il ANlll'l'. lilllilf' U41e1'l1. .lmly fiilfflllilll. Iililillt' Nh-lI1111l1. .Indy lla11'l114'1'. fiuil Xlillvr. .la111i1-1- 51-llurs. lluyle- Xlillvr. Putfin- II1-ull. Igl'L'll4lLl fII'111l1'll. Mary llulmlfl. lx1'lkli4' ,Ulf-11. Uni! Hilllill. f:llill'l1'IlC l"11flr'1'. ll1'1111'1 K2ly'11iIlll'I'l. ify11ll1i:1 I,41ll111'1l. Silllllfil l,11v1'. .l4'ilIli'lIt' Kl'lln?. 55 CHRI TIAN STUDENTS, UNIO OFFICERS: Song Leader, Linda Pledgerg President, Roy Tawaterg Vice President, Bobby Cargill, Treasurer, Betty ,lean Hunter: Pianist, Glenda Taliaferrog Secretary, Sondra Wiessg Program Chairman, Marcia Kirk, Sponsor, Mr. McBride. If you enjoy the fellowship of song and the inspiration of- fered by the words of Houstonis leading pastors, come to C.S.U. every Thursday morning before school. Every week between 250 and 300 boys and girls meet for nondenominational serv- ices in the auditorium, the only requirements being a desire to cultivate a Christian personality. Besides the regular Thurs- day program, the C.S.U. participates in various assembly pro- grams and holds an annual banquet to which all members are invited. 56 Mr. Watson, a former sponsor of C.S.U., speaks at assembly. , I u f ga 4 fr Ag! A nfA Q 3 L' -fe ' V Q ' I , .A w 'ff ' T t' in ' ,H 45,52 - , 1- K. ,' ' ,. Q ' fb Z 2, X. 'V , X, .1 'Q ,fiifiw if W Rf vw" Vx U 5 ,. X if fi , I at it 139:45 . 'P 1 'K' r 'wig -M fifxx ,J a TQ gl V Q A ,. : L WS I 'YQ X 1 . H19 W: 3,0 19 is w 'F ' Q 5 . if E 4, fy 1, y wi WV gweaipk, ff? vs-2 A , . 1 1 A .g'fbii7'W"',Q" if 3' Q .W 'fav is! - wr ' 'V+ g 1 'wife afi?fZtfaWg-:3,'fq?f ? A 2 ,- , ,,. W' ' W if if Q, mg, , li ' 29 Q ' -,-m2"ii ji , rf my 1 W '-M2222 'KPAEWJQ if I S-T-R-I-K-E! Yes, that is the common sound you may have heard coming from the Gulf-gate Bowling Center where Austin's Rolling Ponies bowled this year. This club was organized to have lots of fun and enjoy the fellow- ship of other bowlers. Several times this past year many tourna- ments were held. The awards which were won were presented at the annual howling banquet which closed the bowling season. ROLLI G PO IE MRS. JOYCE STUART, Sponsor 0FFICERSi Vice President. Carolyn Randall Pr: idcnt David Heinlein Necretary ,lo Ann Riceg Treasurer, Charlotte Awtrey TEAM 1 TEAM 2 TEAM 3 lu :....4niT l athy Sims. Jerry Lacy. Covey Christine Lash, N 0 rm a n Janice Neely, Tommy Dech Kay Easterly Bobby Sterne Wash. Jerry I.ou Lyons. Knight, Mike Caraway, Mary erd, Donna Parrish Glenn Nancy Wtlliants john Kelley Harold. Lilie. TEAM 5 TEAM 6 TEAM 7 TEANI 8 .lcanne Johnson, Carlton Brenda Kuhlman. Larry Bag- Vera Nell Monn Gary Doug Sharon May Don Yaw Carol Bruce. Terry Tannery, Ralph ley, Eugene Shepard. las, Eddie Sepulveda Nlildred Water Tommy Proctor Bradford. 58 Salinas. 2 n .J W Q if vin. 51" f 'A Y 5 :fm av- ,f-X' ,H ,AVA if mugs-mn mpwwvff -u- Own--. 4 Q-. ""' me ,Wf 1 Q4 'L ... E my fy f 4' ,M EJ, X 11 1 Q 1 in 0- qu- xv 9 f ' ,.. 2 ' ,,, I F E+ x ,. . ,w , QW I DI TRIB TIVE EDUCATIO MR. L. E. JARRELL, sponsor OFFICERS: Ben White, Vice Presidentg Gerrie Moore, Secretaryg Truman Carpenter, President, Linda Dees, Reporterg Mary Jane Gill, Treasurer. A half day at school and a half day at work! This representatives of the Austin chapter attend the an- is the schedule of D.E. students who are preparing nual state-wide D.E. convention. To qualify for the for practical work outside of school with the co- D,E, activities, 3 Student must have a "Cv average operation of community business. and be at least a junior. As a welcome addition to their regular schedule, SITTING: Myrna O'Banion, Eugene Wheeler, Jo Anne Spriggs, Rebecca Moore, Gary Patrick, Linda Dees, Beatrice Tergueson, Pat Watson. SECOND ROW: Gerrie Moore, Mary Jane Gill, Billy Zimmerman, Ben White, Truman Carpenter, James Adams, Nancy Knight, Freeman Reid, Amalye Calvert. THIRD ROW: Lewis Jones, David Falknor, Dee Anna Johnston, Royce Kennedy, Joan Henry, Dale Pixley, Ann Peoples, Sammy Piramo. 60 D.E. WEETHEAR' MARY JANE GILI Delegates Genie Moore, Beatrice lfvrguv Son, and Mary Jane- Gill discuss fulur: activities of the D.E. convention. AUSTI MXSGT. EDWARD NELLIST Sponsor The skill and general excellence of the Legionnaires, rifle teams, and indi- vidual companies all contribute to mak- ing Austin's R.O.T.C. one of the best in the state. Although the primary purpose of the R.0.T.C. is to build intelligent citizenry, prepare our hoys for future military service. and to instill in them a respect for discipline and authority, the corps has its frivolous moments too. The R.0.T.C. took part in the Armis- tice, Armed Forces and Rodeo parades, and Won many honors in city compe- titions. The Austin R.O.T.C. performs at football games. Battalion Executive, Michael Sears: Battalion Executive Sponsor JoAnn Rice, Battalion Commander, James Scherer. The R.O.T.C. participates in many parades commemorating patri- otic events. 62 if llattalion Commander Sponsor, Ruby Whitt-lieadg Battalion Adju- tant, John Russig Battalion Adjutant Sponsor, Glenda Taliaferro. R.0.T.C. SFC. EDWARD PAYNE, Sponsor Sophomores learn about tho R.0.T.C. at the orienta- tion program. Long-awaited inspection . . . 63 r " a t ifgtft ' t ' The rifle team practices hard for city competitions. rl Q fs nes gg- 9- , ,,,' Vi, si X X is :SFS I Q 5 "' K x A' ,H E. R 'N ' ,Y fi My Il ,au el ,M 1... ,- f K ' N ' .',. ' NCR COMPANY COMPANY STAFF Company Commander: Jerry Nelson Company Executive Officer: Bruce Kuehn Sponsors: Judy Stringer Jeanne Johnson Gideon Bearer, Gene Garrison: First Sergeant, Sid ney Rhode: Sponsor, Judy Stringer: Company Com mander, Jerry Nelson: Sponsor, Jeanne Johnson: Company Executive Officer, Bruce Kuehn. FIRST PLATOON Platoon leader: Allen Clausong Joe Bar- row, John Karonika, Robert Carr, Jerry Alexander, Tony Robinson, Wes Hayes, Larry Horner, Clarence Welsh, Larry DeLeon. SECOND PLATOON Platoon leader: Micheal Shea: Edward lVledly, Roger John, Richard Szako, Kenneth Underwood, Dick Phillips, Ter- ry Miline, Steven Liles, Robert Siemsen, David Cole, Jack Eaton, John Oncken. THIRD PLATOON Platoon leader: Sidney Rohde, Ronald Schmucher, Jimmy Lazenby, John Bor- den, Andrew Strom, Pat Wright, Bill Davidson, Lewis Bocangera, Ronnie Woods, Charlie Harper. LEGIONNAIRE ln 1954 the Austin High School R.O.T.C. Drill Platoon became the Austin Legion- naires. Using a drill book sup- plied by Col. Cerminy, com- mander of the volunteer French battalion in Korea and Indo- China. the blue-bereted Legion- naires specialize in silent drills. In May, 1957, they won first place in the final review com- petition against other city drill teams. As a reward, the Marine Corps League financed a tour of Texas for the drill team. WX-1 in -wry' Platoon Leader, Michael January, Sponsor, JoAnn Rice. FIRST ROW: Austin Young, Richard Rosenkranz, Marty Robinson, Sidney Rhode, Bill Ford, Larry l7eLeon, Charles Harper, Leon Margiotta. SECOND ROW: Billy Spear, Bobby Condit, Robert Baker, Michael Sears. Roger Williams, Luther Line, Jerry Hoffman, Larry Horner, David Lyon. THIRD ROW: Tommy Sawyer, Andrew Strom, Edward Medley, Skipper Spacek, Roger John, Wayne Moreland, Carl Etheredge, Roger Hoppens, Louis Fuller. RIFLE TEAM As a result of practicing four days each week, the Austin R.O.T.C. Rifle team is one of the best in the state. After com- peting in City matches the rifle team competes in the state matches at Arlington State Col- lege. During the year the team also takes small Army-spon- sored trips to schools in nearby towns for rifle matches. SIANDING: Ruby Whitehead, Sponsor, Rodney Jones, Robert Hackett, Luther Minzen- mayer, S.F.C. Edward M. Payne. KNEELING: Powell Lee, Bill Hanley, Rudolph Serna. 67 SPANISH NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY MRS. JEWEL DRAKE, Sponsor SITTING: Carol Ann Chippendale, Deanna Chittenden, Penelope Robinson, Kay King, Laura Lee Hindman, Kay Jackson, Rosemary Snow, Julie Sulli- van, Joan Cass. SECOND ROW: Jac- que McDonald, Ann Lee Walker, Mar- cia Kirk, Christine Lash, Terry Milne, Joyce Vincent, Gary Mayer, Pam Purdy, Beth Capps. THIRD ROW: Joy All- hritton, Barbara Anderson, Clarence Welsh, Joe Lester, Russell Hebert, Leonard Baker, Johnny Curry, Mrs. Drake, Tony Robinson, Charles Baker, Lynette Whisenhunt, Gerri Rae How- ard, Carole Ramsey, Mary Jane Wag- ner, Elizabeth Taylor, Mary Lynn Chip- pendale, Richard McClain. In addition to holding their annual La Pinata 1n Dallas This years Spanish Club also made a or Christmas party, and filling a Christmas basket contribution to the language section of the library for a needy family, the Spanish National Honor and held their annual banquet IH the spring Society sent a delegate to the state wide conventlon EL FORO ESPANOL MRS. JEWEL DRAKE, Sponsor SITTING: Deanna Chittenden, Pen- elope Robinson, Wanda Cheatham, Bette Huffman, Sharon James, Sara Bozeman, Becky Edmiston, Carol Sue Hill, Carol Denena, Sandra Kay Turn- er. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Drake, Judy Rhodes, Judy Clutter, Marcia Kirk, Christine Lash, Joyce Vincent, Carl Vincent, C-ary Mayer, Johnny Curry, Clarence Welsh, Joyce Leopold, Terry Milne, Richard McClain, Joe Lester, Tony Robinson, Betty Munger, Pam Purdy, Sandra Bralley, Mary Lynn Chippendale. QUILL AND SCROLL The ambition of every member of the Handbook, Round-Up, and Corral staffs is a place among the elite-in Quill and Scroll. Based on superior achievement in some phase of journalistic work, mem- bership is by invitation only and is open only to those who are of at least junior rank and in the upper third of their class. Having taken for their motto "Ye shall know the truth and the truth shall make you free," members provide inspiration for their fellow workers and help prepare the outstanding publications Austin is noted for. SITTING: Sandra Weiss, Diane Steele, Jo Ann Rohlf Jeanne Johnson, Linda Doyle, Brenda Walker, Nell Smith. STANDING: Kenneth Smith, Larry Williamson, Sharon Wakefeild, Gwen Moore, Carol Ann Bullit, Stella Beene, Mary Ellen Whittredge, Karen Lewis. OFFICERS MAURICE McGLOTHLIN ,..,..,.,,. Secretary COVEY NASH .,,.,t..t,........,.es..,e Sergeant-at-Arms CAROLYN LAWLESS e,,..,,. ,,,. . ,, Parliarnenlarian MRS. MARY BROWN ee....e , 7 WANDA BAKER ,,,..,..,... ,,.tt, Sponsor President JOHN TERRY ,, ,,,t,...,t,,, .,,, . Vice President SARAH WEAVER ,tt, . ., Treasurer SE IOR SUB DEB STANDING: Gwen Moore, Program Chairmang Arden Reed, Social Chairmang Dian Doyen, Par- liamentariang Patsy Stanford, Treasurer. SITTING: Sharon Wakefield, Recording Secretary, Jean Pietsch, President: Sharon Thompson, Vice Presidentg Marlene Walker, Corresponding Secretaryg Mrs. Francher, Sponsor. Sponsored by the Senior Sub Debs, valen- tines and cupid's darts formed a vision in red and white in February. Although the Juniors took part, it was primarily a Senior project, as was decorating the Christmas tree in the foyer. Besides this dance, which is to be held annually henceforth, many members gave teas in their homes. Each member must main- tain a "C" average and an NE" in conduct to stay in the club. Angel hair and icicles accompany the decoration of the foyer Christmas tree by the Senior Sub Debs. FIRST ROW: Lavonnc Stagnvr, Jr-an Atkinson, Sally Milam, Barbara Boyle-, Gloria NI:-lvillv, Marilyn Boyle, Barbara Bradford, Mary Sue Hamilton, Joanns- Roltlf, Camlt- Ste-wart. SECOND ROW: Susan Varner, Bosmnary Snow, Jeanette Pospisil, Sandra Spivvy, ,lf-an Long, Kathryn Hod- nc-tt, Betsy Brauner, Carol Ann Turner, Brenda Walkvr, ,Iutly lNIiIl1-r, ,lt-anno johnson. THIRD ROW: Virginia Moreno, Gln-nda Taliafcrro, Darlene Solis-ffl:-r, Jutly Stringvr, Nlarcia Kirk, Wanda Baker. I't-ne-lope Robinson, Doralyn Coka, Maurice MvCIolI1lin, Lorvle-i l'loog, Earlyn Frovlicll. FIRST ROW: Pat SIIIIIIIFIHP, Virginia Mac'NIilIan, Smit- Johnston, Lois NIcQuiIkin, Cliarlottt- Prior, Voc Crcwjm-an, Mary Ellvn Wltittrellgv, Dcbbit- Anthony. Barliara Wiltly, l'at Barringvr SECOND ROW: Elle-n Wlllitf-, Barbara Baker. Janvt llCI'lllN'Il, flIlL1I'I1tIIl' Moslt-y, Barlnara lloavli, Kay Kellougli, Judy Cartnt-r, Pat Neff, Gail Benson, It-rry l.ou Lyons, Bm-tty ,Ie-an Huntvr. ,lutly Nlorriss, Patsy Edgar. THIRD ROYV: Lin Eckert, I,in1Ia Strawn. Carolyn Clntltriv, Norma Drvws. Diane Ste-vlv, Dona Barrivr, Marilyn lNIcDonalrl, Pat Pinitola. Carol Santlers, Bow-rly Traugott. Cwvntlolyn Artnstrong. Elaine Bitte-r, Julianna Bakvr. 7I J U IOR UB-DEB . . lt FIRST ROW: Judy Payne, Sonja lsham, Janice Riley, Nela Ruth Veale, Judy Randall, Rebecca May, Charlene Smith, Judy Lemmons, Pat Rogers, Anita Fay Boatman, Marilyn Chambers, Joy Albritton. SECOND ROW: Bonnie Chapman, Gordeen McDonald, Gail Van Biber, Frances Schaff, Darnell Wilhite, Jeanette Bartlett, Diane Edwards, Jerlene Meador, Gerry Rae Howard, Sue Haddon, Joni Kellough, Janelle Smith, Roberta Marlin, Ann Walker, La Nelle Gallant. THIRD ROW: Valerie Lawley, Sonja Hill, Janet Hillyard, Penny Houdek, Susan Matthews, Gayle Locke, Ruth Hughes, Diane Burt, Mary Nell Boman, Nita Simons, Betty Brock, Rosemary Rodd, Carole DeHay, Marilyn Grove, Barbara Anderson, Barbara Todd, Jo Ann Pusatiri, Pat Scurlock, Ellen Hicken, Jean Donnelly. FIRST ROW: Carol Ramsey, Mary Jane Wagner, Kay King. Jacque McDonald, Myrna Cavasos, Velma Arrendale, Linda Wimberly, Martha Jenkins, Cynthia Sherrill, Charlotte Le Blanc, Judy Clark. Wanda Paskil, Angela Austin. SECOND ROW: Loretta Hughes, Barbara McMurrey, Zelda Cook, Verna Dean Tillman, Suzane Self, Patsy Manning, Cindy Clifton, Susie Payne, Nancy Campise, Ann Leech, Chris Brennan, Patty Perry, Peggy Sessions, Sally Horne. THIRD ROW: Lana Matthews, Karen Childers, Gerri Merritt, Nancy Briedel, Cosette Curts, Sidney Shumburg, Paula Thompson, Barbara Massey, Shirley Dickinson, Kay Randolph, Ann Warren, Sharon Martin, Jo Ann Gibson. 72 P side-nt Edna Millerg Treasurer, l' entarian Barbara Reavesg re , f Reiorler Kay Hashag Vim- OFFICERS-SITTINC: Par lam , .ludy Randall, Program Chairman, Rose Daeschner. STANDIN I: I ', . President, Glenda Thomasg Sergeant-at-Arms, Paula Tadlockg Recording Sevrvtary, J:-anne Peacherg Membership Secretary, Frances Caudiano. As an organization devoted leasure of its mem- strictly to the p r Sub-Debs Club bers, the ,lunio held teas in the homes of its mem- bers, jointly sponsored a dance with the Senior Sub-Debs, and dec- orated the Christmas tree in the Limited to main entrance hall. HCN aver- junior girls who have a onduct the age and an "E" in c previous semester, the club strives to foster the social and cu ur velopnient of its members. lt al de- C-ynthia Sherrill, Jeanene Cochran, ,ludy Fouche, and Javque Mc-Donald discuss plans for the Sub Deb dance with sponsor, Miss Collins. 73 KEY CLUB MR. J. M. BLACKWELL, Sponsor OFFICERS: Secretary, Larry Williamsong Vice President, Edmund Greberg President, Billy ,leterg Treasurer, Danny Paris. DIRECTORS: Sophomore Director, Delbert Hortong Senior Director, Covey Nashg Junior Director, Dickie Schunemann. Like its sponsor the Kiwanis Club, the Austin Key Club is a service organization dedicated to the promotion of good fellowship, and to the development of initia- tive and leadership in its members. The ious money raised through its var- projects-Athe sale of Christ- mas cards and trees, and a car wash day held during the summer -is used to benefit the school and the community. Melvin T. Munn, Director of Public Relations for Blue CrossYBlue Shield. addresses first annual leadership banquet given by the Key Club in honor of the leaders of the school. 74 Larry Williamson and Billy Jeter perform one of the Key Cluliliers David O'Brien, Ed Crelier. John Kelley, Billy Jeter, many service projects of the Key Club. Here they are Danny Paris, and Sam Brown sell Christmas cards to raise money for st-1-n delivering the morning devotional over the public the many services of the Key Club. address system. FIRST HOW: Johnny Herrin, Tommy Stockstill, Arthur De-Alba, Winiforcl Gilliam, Sam Brown, Nick Crivas, Pat Piper. SECOND ROW: Jerry Nelson, Larry Westerlund, Don Haygood, Freddy Goff, Johnny Curry, Charles Wedemeyer. THIRD ROW: David O'Brien. John Kelley. Neal Weaver. 75 PATRICIA PIZZITOLA Colonel THE COTTI H BRIGADE MISS BEATRICE LYTLE, Sponsor A constant source of amazement to students of Austin is how the sometimes discordant and dis- jointed swirl of bagpipes, roll of drums, and blare of bugles heard before each Brigade performance turns magically into an intricate, precision-timed kaleidoscope of activity on the football field. Be- sides performing these feats of skill each week dur- ing football season, the Scotties represented and supported the school at other athletic events, put on an outstanding, original performance at the annual Shrine Ball and ushered at many school and civic functions, including the Houston Fat Stock Show and Rodeo. One of the largest and oldest organizations at Austin, the Scottish Brigade receives the well-deserved appreciation of students and patrons alike. Miss Lytle and Miss Blakely give last minute instructions to the top officers. ANN ROGERS Lieutenant Colonel of Reserves JANN WHITEHEAD Drum and Bugle Major JOYCE LUMPKIN Adjutant Major C' SANDRA WEISS Lieutenant Colonel of Records DONA BARRIER Drill Major FLAG A D RAGPIPE CORP 5. 'rv i FIRST ROW: Sgt. Linda Burgess, Top Sgt. Joanne Rohlf, Lt. Betty Jean Hunter, Lt. linda Pla-dger. Top Sgt. Sus-ie Johnston, Sgt. l.ois Wilkins, Sgt. Lavelle Merritt. SECOND ROW: Mary Ann Shenton, Lynda Aberna- thy, Sally Beverly, Charlotte LeBlanc, Drum- nn-rg Franeis Schaff, Drunnnerg Gordeen Mc- Donald. Drumnierg Cpl, ,ludy Weaver, Cpl. Mary Ellen Whittredge, Cpl. Jerri Sutton. THIRD ROW: Judy Ann Gidden, Linda Wiinlwrly. Kay Hasha, Betty Novotny, .ludy Gonzales, Sunny Abernathy, Bonnie Moore, Pat Warren, Joni Kellough, Lynne Bryant, .Indy Clark, Meredith Martin. CAROL SANDERS Captain of Flags Lt. Eugenia Argiropoulos, Color Guard Billie Hampton, Color Guard Jean Atkin- son, Color Guard Linda Doyle, Sgt. Carol Ann Bullitt, Sgt. Patsy Edgar, Color Guard Merlene Richards, Color Guard Margaret Hildebrandt, Top Sgt. Gwen Moore. The Flag Corps prepares to dance while the Bagpipes play. SHARON WAKEFIELD 78 Captain of Reserves . 4, A vi R ,Q ',, A MAUR1CE MQGLOTHLI Captain of Bagpipes DRU A D BUGLE CORP l FIRST ROW: Sgt. Jutly Alle-n. Tap Sgt. l t inettt Kurt Nt Yu Fantlra lllilflilllilll, Sgr, f A tr . . r,,,,. 'F "'ginia Mat- Millian, l.t. Jutly Chapman. SlfllONll ROW: lliane- Wigingtun. Cerri Nle-rrit, l'at Mmlise-ttv. Nanry llrif-tlvl. Jitn- mie Ju Stark, Joy llatnlmrivk. liobliie Juan Nlvrrill Kurt-n lliiltlt-r' Yanslrll it . , . . f.. z ll'llf'FS4PH, Jvannt-ttf' llartlvtt. Kathy Fmt:-r, l.aNvlle Gallant, Suu- He-insulin. lit-tty Kirklnitlffe- llyntltia 5ll4'l'I'lll, I.illian SIl1'll1'Q'. Nella Ruth Veal:-. SHARON 'I'HOMl'SON Caplrzin of l?t1glf,s Q 4- 'EEZ' SHIRLEY NRIIIULS l Captain of Drums FIRST ROW: Sgt. llarlrara Evans, Sgt. Nina Kay lNlt'Ne'c'ly, Sgt. Jvanne- lfnster. Sgt. Carol Ann Turn:-r, Top Sgt, Artlvn R4-ml, Lt. lfarlyn Fi'm'lic'li, SECOND ROW: Jvan- nie' Pe-ar'lt4-r, Mary l.ynn llif-llvltultl. Suv Hadfluh, Marilyn Cruvt-. Cram- Krammt-r. Patty Pc-rry, llarlnara llldlxtrrey. THIRD ROW: Jutly Futtvlimz Carolyn l'yt-, ll:-tty Levassar, Mary Ann Paynv. llarlt-ne Sulivla flcr, Judy Randall. Ju Ann Uilmsun, llarnvll Willlite-. FOURTH ROW: Annie l.uwv, lflizalmtll Taylor, llarlnara Rvavvs. l'4-ggggy Svssifnls, llt-tty Harris, Marilyn fllvllonaltl, Pat Nance, Cl:-ntla Tlunnae. 'J- W1 Q . AY' MARCIA KIRK Captzzin of Records A salute: to thc' flag as pcrfurinc-el lmy the Drill Corps. DRILL CORP WANDA BAKER Captain of Conzpany "AU FIRST ROW: Myra Cauthen, Carolyn Barth. Dannel Dennis, Lorelei Pluog. Top Sgt.: Shirley Crenshaw, Lt.: Marlene Walk- er, Sgt.: Stella Beane, Linda Holder, Joyce Kennecly. SECOND ROW: Ester llollantl. Gayle Locke, Virginia Wlimlmerly, Helen Wil- liams, Ann Lee W'alker. Agnes Murtloek. THIRD ROWV: Paula Tatlluck. Paula Thompson, Barbara Massey. llarlmara Boyle, Shirley Caralner, Judy Rawlabangh. Lana Matthews. YEE ISROSJEAN lfaplutri of Iftmzpnrty "B" FIRST ROW: Marilyn Royle, Sgt.: Carol .lart-rl. Lt.: Diane Steele. Top Sgt. SECOND ROYV: .lean Long, Mary Sue Hamilton, Jan- ice Jones. .lutly Wlilliams, Jeanette Puspisil. llarlmara Wiltly. THIRD ROW: Mary Lynch, 'Nlarilnu Smith, Sally Horn. Jacque MeD0n- ald. Susie Payne, Barbara Tmld, Pat Rogers, ,Ieanene Cuehran, Pat Allen, Cintly Clifton, Nlartha Dunham. Doralyn Cnka, Earlene Saunders. Peggy Burt. C , W' ,..-- ,-. ,, ,f 80 wr ANN CHARLEVILLE Captain of Company "C" FIRST ROW: Patsy Manning, Shirley Dick inson, Gail Keith, Rosemary Snow, Lt.: ,ludy Loggins, Top Sgt.: Carolyn Lawless Sgt.: Sandra Spivey, Charlotte Price, Claud ette Ralls. SECOND ROW: Margaret Mil ler, Susan Mathews, Velma Arrendale, Pat sie Beall, Gail Van Bebher, Nancy Campise Kay King. THIRD ROW: Charlene Smith Jackie Burt, Mryna Cavasos, Martha Jenk ins, Mary Lou Whittington, Frances Cuadia no, Donna Sanders. at tit RENER Ei l"lRS'l' HOW: liarlrara IIHgll'l'F. lIillC'llllll Iilurliain, Jane- Willf. Palsy l'rivc. llarlvnv xIl'I'iill4I2llltI. :Klivv lloinpvll. I.in1la llawkins, lfluine- llain. SICCONIJ ROW: ffarol llvatli. linlf-ll Willianim Fannlra llarpvr. .Mini-ltr' lfriiw. .linly llowy, llarolv llallon. lloris llurnf. liarlvara Svliulll. Carol Iligginlmolli- ani. lim-ily Ilannnvr, llarri Ilaninwr. Sanrlara lirallvy. l.in1la llr-rsvli. 'l'I'llRl7 ROW: I.an- e-Hv llvllarl. Julio Sullivan, Betty Anni- Vh'f+e'iimloi'l. liarolyn 5CWilI'll. Ixaryl Flllllll. l'ilainn- IjlllllIl'I'IILlll'. lirvnrla ll:-rlranml, Linda llraxwvll. llianw- Norris. Nancy l'arkcr, Slivrry Nlorgian. Mary Lynn llliippe-nilalf-, Ili-lore-5 Nvwliill. l"ranc'ia Iflorez. lfvale-nv Rivlinow. l"lRS'l' ROW: llc-My Nlorriff. lletly Rnlli llrown. Sara liozenian, Hcflz-n Rlllll, llarol Wintvrs, AllI'Il'Illll' Kivinga-r. Karr-n Wal- lingforel. Susan PII-clgf-r, SIQCIONIJ ROW: Nr-llv Mvsfn-i', Alive- fxlvfrliliv. Kay Mac'lu'y. Iilizalu-Ili Hay-, lim-ky lfilininxton. lionnie Rolnineon, Sharon ilanuw. .'Xrl1-n4- l.anius. Carolyn fIi'eriw'lpv. :Xnna llrain. Suv Horns- lly, ,Iurly Rlioalm-5, Carol W'oo1ls. THIRD RUW: .lmly Cloffnian. ,lar-kiv Elliott, Sanmlra llozlwin. .lc'um-ttv Ironilnatore, Sanrlra Hood, Palsy I'illisnl'. Carolyn Cowan, Ili-tic Huff- man. janv Wilxon, Cllurlvln- Slalka, Judy Ilvrry. lla! jonw, Carolyn llinlilvr. FIRST ROW: Caro Ann IiIlIlllN'll1lLlIl', San- rlara Hanson. Kathie-1-n Doff, Blair- Wilniolli, Dr-anna Cllitlvnrlen. Laurim-I llinilnian. Jufly Strickland. SECOND RUXV: I7arl1-ne .Kn- clrvws, Sandra Wliatlvy, CIl21I'IlIIIl' l.aw, Suv Crm-vn, Sara Smith, Sandra Liltlv. Pat Gil- christ, Iloris illllonipson. 'I'IllRIJ ROW: Limla Roflgr-rs, Jr-an Allen, L:-slyv lfasllv, J:-rilynn Arlanis, ,lanm-I Parlin, llllarloltm- Gunnn, Donna lflotc-aux. INILIYIIIU llarrf-ll. FOURTH ROW: Nanry 'l'lionison. Sandra Walkvr. Maylviie Copvlanrl, lflizalwtli Mixon, Rutli Warn-n, l'atli liox, Carolyn Carrlnf-r, Ann javkson, Ilixim' Savagv. FIRST ROW: Sliirloy Warrvn, Wanila Clic-atliam, Hillic' Marin- Carson, Diane Crowds-r, Mary Ann I.n1'as, Janirv IN-rry, Barbara Moe-llc-r. Avie Clliim-kvringg, lfarolv Atvliinson, I.aV4'rn Svliooner. Kay Jackson. SECOND ROW: Karr-n Jolinson. .lane- Bevlilol, Tamara Tanner, Marion Ray. San- dra Tannvr. Fanclra St'IlIIlLII1'T, Fanalra Kar'- lin, Dahlia Casas, Ms-Ilia -Atwood, ,lo Ann Gill, Ilarlxara I'onrler. THIRD ROW: ,lully Kvnm-fly, llvll liurloril, llcvwly liylvs, Gloria Dvifkv, Sandra Rnlilniann, Kalliy Street, Margara-I Kramer, lfniily llasr-li, lflaim' Mr-Caulr-y, llvvvrly Illlrl, lliann Wil- kvy, Pat .'Xrgiro1ioulos, llarlzara lfox. ALOHA CL B MRS. H. BRADSHAW and MR. A. SCHJLLER, Sponsors FIRST ROW: Brenda Kuhlman, Penelope Robinson, Judy Clutter, Barbara Boyle, Marilyn Boyle, Ceoria Melville, Margaret Hildahrant, Carol Jared, Patsy Edgar, Betty Jean Hunter, Sharon Wakefield, Loreli Ploog, Dian Doyen, Marlene Walker, Kay Kellough, Linda Doyle, Earlyu Froelich. SECOND ROW: Betty Swearingen, Shirley Clifton, Mary Nell Boman, Jeanette Bartlett, Pat Nance, Sharlene Smith, Pat Shuptrine, Bonnie Chapman, Doralyn Coka, Marilyn McDonald, Dona Barrier, Joyce Lumpkin, Jann Whitehead, Barbara McMurrey, Jacque McDonald, Jeanene Cochran, Mary Jane Wagner, Paula Tadlock, Helen Williams, Jackie Null, Jean Pietsch, Pat Pizzitola, Arden Reed, Sandra Weiss. THIRD ROW: Johnny Heard, Sidney Jarnigan, Paul Spiller, Guy Savage, Billy Jeter, John Kelly, Marvin Aardal, Maurice McClothlin, Wanda Baker, Edmond Creber, Wayne Dean, Carl Schoonover, Weldon Sanders, Ronnie Pierce, Kay King, Cathy Sims, Linda Strawn, Kenneth Harrel, Brenda Walker, Judy Miller, Carol Ann Turner, Gwen Crawford, Patsy Manning, Charlotte Mosley, Lois McQuilkin, Lois Wilkins, Kay Hasha, Rosemary Snow. My 5 as ij' 6 , J' 5 R Dancers swirl in a winter wonderland at the Aloha Prom OFFICER -,Ohm K . Secretapilithi Vice P1-eside Its sole purpose being to give one dance a year in honor of the graduating seniors, the Aloha Club fulfilled its aim spectacularly. The gym was transformed into a winter wonderland with a huge Christmas tree dominating the dance floor. Opening in 1956 to both Juniors and Seniors, the combined forces made possible the best Aloha Prom ever. 817-y Wlllia Htg Shar H1 ,OH T son' Presldenhhompsoni Treasurer- D. ' 'anv Steel ' Reporter i Ann Cha FIPVHIP President Larry Williamson appoints Lorelei Ploog, Kenneth Smith, Covey Nash, and Diane Steele to the various committees for the Aloha Prom. 83 ATIO AL HO OR DCIETY FIRST ROWY .lo Ann Rholf, Rosemary Snow, Christine Lash, Penelope Robinson, Jann Whitehead, Carolyn Lawless, Marilyn Meyer, Johanna Baker, Ruth Hinkle, Brenda Walker, Carol Ann Bullitt, Marsha Kirk. SECOND ROW: Pat Foster, Charlotte Mosely, Ann Charleville, Arden Reed, Linda Pledger, Maurice McGlothlin, Pat Pizzitola, Ann Rogers, Barbara Evans, Lavell Merritt. THIRD ROW: Carol Sanders, Wanda Baker, .lean Pietsch, Joseph Rider, George Spence, Neal Weaver, John Hinrichson, Donald Haygood, Pat Piper, Sharon Thompson, Lorelei Ploog, Shirley Guice. The day after the National Honor So- ciety initiation program new members could he recognized, and thus duly lauded, by the keys, ribbons, and gavels festooning their lapels. Membership is by invitation only to seniors who have high scholastic records, strong character, and the qualities of leadership, honor, and service. FALL OFFICERS: Sharon Wakefield, SPRING OFFICERS: Sharon Thomp Secretaryg Tom Kelly, Vice President? son, Secretary, Mark Welch, President Eugenia Argiropulous, President. George SPEHCC, ViCC PTCSMCHI- 84 1 'Nlr 1 t farolyn fowan Ruth Evelyn fowart antl Ann Dancey. Our city s parks 'ire populated not only by squirrels hut hy the weekend horsemen of Austin the Mustang lvllbllllllfti ltd hy Mr I1 C Cates the girls learn the qual- Y-TEENS MRS. DORIS COLBURY, Sponsor E o tes lauii FIRST ROW Rose Daesthner Angela Au tin Penny Houclek, Carol De Hay, Sidney Shumburg. SECOND ROW Ann Warren Iydia Postel Barbara Totlml, Nita Simmons, Mrs. Colhury, Diane Ftlwarcls Brenda 'XleKee Rosemary Jann on Rosemary Rotlfl. Barbara Rc-aves. MUSTANG MOUNTIES MRS. E. C. GATES, Sponsor Style shows. juvenile clelin- quency. formal teas. and social work. as carried on through the hospitals. were hut a few of the many interests held antl actively in- vestigated hy the Y-Teens of Aus- tin. Not only clifl the cluh stress poise. good-grooming. and social tact hut also an unflerstanrling of the social problems. partieularly among teenagers, that exist toclay in America. ln February. the Aus- tin Y-Teens presented a panel he- fore all the clirec-tors of Y-Teen Clubs in Houston. Law. 85 Anna Crain, ,lane Wilson, Emily Alforrl, ,Iufly Perry, annl Evelyn ities of sportsmanship and horsemanship during their weekly rifles. Prospective memhcrs must attend meetings and rides without missing three times in succession. Band helps open school year by participating in the First Day Performance. DOUGLAS WESTPHAL Captain MR. FLOYD LEWELLYN, Sponsa MUST AN I -1 .. 1 A feeling of pride stirs in every studentis throat each time the downbeat, i signifying the beginning of another spirited Mustang Band performance, is given. Whether at pep rallies in the auditorium or at football games under the stadium floodlights, the talents which both band members and majorettes exhibit are a continuing source of delight and amazement. During the year the band participates in many parades and enters concert contests, always placing as high in them as they do in the hearts of their fellow students. 86 BAD CLARINETS Betty Duty Brenda Walker Mike Tadlock John Ward Jerry Keys Sarah Weaver Ben Holton Adolph Gonzales .loyce Vincent Dorothy Neal Anita Boatman Gary Mayer Mary Meineke OBOE Kathy Medley ALTO CLARINET Beverly Hardee BASS CLARINETS Harold Larson Cwennell Harrison FLUTES Neal Weaver Pat Brown Judy Miller Joyce Leopold ALTO SAXOPHONES Rufus Clark BAND MEMBERS Homer ,lahn Jana Barr .lennie Couvillion Roy Neely Ronnie Lord BASSOONS Conoley Ballard Don Elam TENOR SAXOPHONES David Bayer Carl Vincent FRENCH HORNS .lohn Wilson Betty ,lo Oder Betsy Brauner TRUMPETS AND CORNETS Pat Piper George Toombs Fred Goff ,lanice Griffin .loseph Rider Ralph Taite Mike Taylor Hampton Burt Norman Heinlein Ralph Ritchie Jimmy Lazenby Sandra Collom .lesse Medina BARITONE SAXOPHONES Charles Schadel BARITONES David Waters Norris Stanley Alvin Krause Cordelia French TROMBON ES Lynn Lockler Derwoocl Tong Kenneth Allen .lohn Hughes Marquis Robertson BASSES Douglas Westphal Larry Christian DRUMS Donald Haygood Marcia Crockett Carol Carter Marilyn Moncrief Pat Foster Rebecca May 87 Band members eagerly board the train for trip to Austin. LINDA STRAWN Drum Major AND UFFICFH QIN 'x'. 1 " ' USVI! fflllll Svlllnl' I , , , 1 A x 'L ' unc! lluw il "f an-Iuffv ' ' ' "IUI14 ilfl' 4' N- 1I1 IN Nlf 'i 5 siliuus us UI'lllll Mujm' L ' ' ,' L55 ' ' ,. . ,VG S , L . .L , H . . --.- . .1 1 -, . 1: . 2 vi- S L . .. , Q , -ur ' zu' J X ' f' 'ff' ' ' !I'l' ' 'LP,'. Il XYIIJ NY.Yl'lfIiS . S- 1 l.-r LU 1 nzmnx' lxl l,I!'Ilft'lllHll' Hum an X Him mm, , ,dv Hum ln! .I1lNlCl'll num-in l'V"N'fiK i"l'P3N I l'f1-Illllfbl Iliff l,l'1'l1fl'flllllf -S"'f""1f'l! 2211 l4lAf'lllI'lHll1f N 4 B, '11 PAT MCCARLEY JOY Band Magpol ERT BURGESQ LIN ECK He AH . E Head Mf110"' L Majorettes practice in the halls to perfect routines. -as-' LYNN JOHNSON LAROL RAMSEY One of many yearly events for the Band is partivipation in - eterans' Day Parade. 89 ORCHE TRA MR. FLOYD LEWELLYN, Sponsor VIOLA Joe Lonsford FLUTES Neal Weaver Judy Miller Pat Brown VIOLINS Linda Brown Myrna Romero Karen Bradshaw Pat Jones Mae Winton Stanley Heaton OBOE 'Cathy Medley ORCHESTRA MEMBERS CLARINETS Brenda Walker Sarah Weaver John Ward Adolph Gonzales SAXOPHONES Carl Vincent Jerry Keys Jenny Couvillion Jana Barr STRING BASS Charles Schadel Bob McNay TROMBONES David Waters 90 Brooks Wimherly Kenneth Allen TUBA Doug Westphal FRENCH HORNS John Wilson Betty Ann Brauner TRUMPETS Pat Piper Fred Goff Janice Griffin Hampton Burt DRUMS Marcia Crockett Carol Carter Ross Mathes OFFICER JOIQN W'ILSON PAT PIPER DOUG WESTPHAI, 11,f,Si,1p,1, Vice President S1'PfC'f1lU' Fall and Spring FUN F011 At its annual fall concert and at other school auditorium programs, the Mustang Orchestra entertains Austin stuclents with both classical and popular music. Well versed as they are in the many types of music, members use their ahility and talent to acquaint their listeners with a wide variety of selections. MARCIA CROCKETT Parliamentarian, Fall Vice Presiderzt, Spring The old and ncw officers get together to discuss plans for coming events. They are- Pat Piper, Marcia Crockett. Kathy Medley, and ,Iolm Wilson. BACK ROW: Neal Weaver and Doug Wcstphal. KATHY MEDLEY Secretary Spring NEAL WEAVER Sergeant-nt-Arnzs, Spring FUTURE FARMER OE - Ain.. a l i l i OFFICERS-FIRST ROW: Bubba Brazzel. Reporterg Glenda Taliaferro, F.F.A. Sweet- lieartg Marvin Peyton, Presidentg Robert Mclflya, Secretary. SECOND ROW: Lynn Stoever. Treasurerg Victor Langrehe, Vice Presidentg Edwin Colburn, Sentinel. li.. A ERICA Our nation will be fed tomorrow by boys who study agriculture and ranch- ing today and are memhers of the Future Farmers of America organiza- tion. To gain knowledge and experi- ence in these fields, the boys partic- ipated in livestock shows and rodeos and took field trips to various places. All these activities helped teach them new techniques in farming and live- stock care that will he of vital im- portance in the years to come. 3 i ' X110 -.-fL' ..::-Q fail' oP',.,lv .SOFA S 'M 'i"i- jf' 'flcuvf Joyce Lumpkin and Lorelei Floog, runners-up, and Glenda Talia- ferro, F.F.A. Sweetheart. 92 1 if Q- FIRST ROW: Roy Gill, Bubba Brazzm-l, Hamill. N1-vill, Victor Laxlgrf-lie, Billy llonil. Tmnmy Carlanrl, Ilonalil llrarlfnril, Glen Kvllum, Jann-s Us-alon, John Williams, SICCOND ROW: Don Wolf, Ruhvrt Rm-ml, Johnny Van liihher. David Blair, Ste-vv Mathis, Miki- Alvplelnni, Aviv Mitvln-ll, llilly Alle-n. Rohvrt Nlvlilya, Jvrry Rannlall, THIRD ROW: Eflwin Cnllnnn. Max Smith, Ken llall. Dnnalil Alnhnsun. Charlvs IM-wrly. lilvnsla Taliafvrru. wit'llilTl1 Samlrr, Wayne- llvan, Charlvs Rvynolals, llill l'iV1ll1S, ,li-rry Jackson, Wiayne Kc-llct. FOURTH ROYV: Ray Boyd, Marvin l'm-ylon, Ilia-kie llvnni-tt. Tyrone Cnrhain, Tmnrny Robertson, Gary Patrick, Woolly lsvnhart. Jann-s Christian, Frank llulvs. Lynn Sim-ve-r, Norman Amie-rsnn, ,Ie-rry Marlinfur. W-fr--ur-'---.....,,,,,MN..,. --.0-...,..... ,H 14- l".l".A. hnys nnilf-rrukv many prujects, unc uf which is raising balmy vhickcns. Onloukc-1' Clenmla 'llaliafe-rrn Zllllllll'f'S thx-ir splencliil I1C'hlt"Vi'll16'llIS. 93 TUDE T COU CIL MR. G. L. JOHNSTON and MR. T. M. WALDMANN, Sponsors While it may be true that this yearis sophomores were exceptionally brillant, part of the credit for the ease with which they navigated Austin is due' to the Student Council. For two years they have published a Student Handbook, or uguide to Austin High," as well as the Student Directory. Each member of the council works with his home- room to encourage pupils to take a more active inter- est in their school and is in charge of collecting all money donated to various charitible institutions such as the United Fund, March of Dimes, and Junior Red Cross. V f S: lk- , 5:5 5 H 1 c me gf. xl Q OFFICERS: Earlyn Froelich, Corresponding Secretaryg Jann White- head, Presidentg Gail Keith, Vice Presidentg Arden Reed, Recording Secretary. X X STUDENT COLIN!-uf FIRST ROW: Billy Jeter, Paul Spiller, John Keith, Joe Bunton. SECOND ROW: Linda Pledger, Ann Rogers, Christine Lash, Glenda Thomas, Linda Holder, Sandra Spivey. 94 FIRST ROW: Franc:-s Cuaclianu, Lou Taylolg Pat Svurlovk. Carol Du-Hay ,lofhln Pusateri Avi Chickering. SECOND ROW: Sandra Hvmlvrson, Judy Ramlnlph, Agncs Wlurzinck, Bl1I'b8I'g AMCO Murrey. Jimmie Jo Stax-k, FIRST ROW: Pat Crosby, Carol Smith, Claudia Pledgvr, Put ArgLi1'0pulll011s. Linmla lil'llS1'll. SECOND ROW: Elizalwth Mayes. Sharon Iamm Hvlvn Ruth Frnexl Vullin' luv NVIZIXQI N , ., , . . A 5, . y - "1 anvy l,Zll'kI'l'. 95 ART CL B MRS. GLADYS TULEY, MISS MARGARET DKTTON, Sponsors ---- - A 1.1, FIRST ROW: Margaret Miller, Shirley Clifton, Madylyn McMahan, Leah Burgess, ,IoWayne Craw- ford, ,Io Beth Jackson, Sammie Buford, Pat Williams, Barbara Thomason, Beverly Wazzel, Karen Taylor, Wayiie Kellet. SECOND ROW: Ester Holland, Jill Van Black, Mary Ann Payne, Barbara Nelson, Judy Gonzales, Carolyn Guthrie, Susan Perez, Virginia Pettus, Carolyn Foster, Anthony Criazzffi, Dennis Smith, Richard Foote, Oren Newton. THIRD ROW: Mildred Hasty, Conchita Cronin, Barbara Roach, Kay Easterly, Penny Houdek, Mary Lou Whittington, Carolyn Lognion, Betty Swearinger, Sidney Shumberg, Kay Randolph, Linda Purfurst, Wayne Dean, Bill Morriss Tom Sawyer. The art club left its mark on every shoulder this past football season in the form of bright booster ribbons for each game. It left its nlark elsewhere, too, for instance, the colorful posters in the halls and the realistic back drops for all stage produc- tions. Any art student is eligi- ble for membership in the three year old club if he has a HC" average and an HE" in conduct. ,IoWayne Crawford, Carolyn Lognoin, and Mary Lou Whittington admire beautiful paintings done by the art students. 96 LECION AWARD CLUB MR. ELVIN J. GRISWOLD Sponsor Now ending the second year of ex- istence, the American Legion Award Club promotes high scholarship, lead- ership, and service among its mem- bers and their fellow students. Rach year members undertake a project of worth to the school and par- ticipate in various social activities such as a dance and annual banquet. To be a member, the students must have either received the American Le- gion Award in the ninth grade or have been a runner-up. PROJ ECTORS' CLUB MRS. DOROTHY HANAGRIFF Sponsor Those invaluable fixtures that come with the movie equipment and screens and who seem to know everything about the mechanics and inner work- ings of the projectors are members of the Austin Projectors' Club. Available at each period to assist all the teach- ers in their use of audio-visual aids, members are chosen on a basis of re- liability. interest, and mechanical apti- tude. FIRST ROW: David Tinnich, Arthur De Allea, George Spence, Treasurer, Johnnie Heard. SECOND ROW: Diane Dawson, La Verne Schoonever, Helen Ruth. Jamie Dancer, Wanda Baker, President, Sharon Wakefield, Sergeant-at-Arms: Bonnie Beardsworth, Chris Brennan, Secrctaryg Loreli Ploog, Deana Chittenden, Mr. Gris- wold, Sponsor. STANDING: Cindy Delery, Gordon Mottar, Norman Robinson, Ronnie Ogle:-by, Jergen Heier, Charles Robertson, Randy Ruppart, Robert Baker. SITTING: Stephen Foster, Mrs. Hanagriff, Lois Mohaffy, Scottie Millican. 97 LIBRARY CL B 3 ,,,fx .f? 3 K .eff SQ, E35 Joy Albritton, Barbara Anderson, Julie Sullivan, Sue Ann Whitlock, Rosemary Crowder, Kenneth Harrell, Pat Robertson, Jerry Coumelis, Mrs. Berry, Elizabeth Mixon, Linda Crockett, Mrs. Hanagriff, Marilyn Moncrief, John Massingill, Edna Miller, Margaret Kalil. Finding "lost" books, running errands, and do- ing endless bookkeeping make up only a small part of the duties performed by members of the Library Club. This club has been in existence since 1937, when the school opened, and its membership is composed of service-minded students who are able to work in the library one period a day. 98 Earlyn Froelich checks out a book with the able assistance of a few Library Club members. Shelby Traylor, Johnny Van Bibher, Mr. Kotrola, Sponsorg Michael Shea, Tom Kelly, Larry Christan, Donald Haygood, Bill Kelly, Charles Wedemeyer. BUSINESS CLUB MISS HELEN SONCRANT Sponsor Are you interested in learning more about machines, paper clips, and cof- fee breaks? If you are planning a fu- ture in the business world and are a member in an advanced shorthand class or in the secretarial training class, the Business Club offers the opportunity of touring local industries and learning the duties of a secretary during special holiday seasons, FIRE PATROL MR. A. E. KOTROLA Sponsor As the protectors of our lives and properly, the Fire Patrol plays a very vital role in making our school one of the best prepared schools for emer- gencies in the city. Witll the help of these boys, selected by the Assistant Principal, the school is quickly and efficiently evacuated during fire drills. As the school comes quietly alive with students hurrying down the stairs and out the doors. the Fire Patrol insures that all rooms are evaeuated and all students are completely out of dan- ger. Pat Sneiger, Judy Weaver, Charlene Fetner, Barbara Wilson, Jackie Denman, Sonja Hill, Georgie Melvill,, Brenda Blanchard, Martha Dunham, Janet Cernoch, Charlotte Mosley, Bennie Phillipus, Brooksie Tynes, Dell Van Cleve, lit-tty Echelberg. TWO SIDES HAVE WE . 4--E Am . . only to become a din of shouting, cheers, and . . . ACTIVITY!! ATHLETICS DIAN DOYEN COVEY NASH Head Cheerleader Head Cheerleader MUSTANG '57 CHEE JERRIE ELLIOT DOUG RADABUGH Cheerleaders execute a difficult yell at a pre-game pep rally. I02 EADERS 958 PATSY STANFORD KENNETH SMITH GEORGE SPENCE V, ' gi fiffff' cvie take-s time- nut for il fvw minute-s of ws! at pep rally ' a. tr? Ei A .. - 'XM 5 - ' ' 1' 5 . 1, if 4, ,N 1 , L A TOMMY STOCKSTILL Dig that crazy lommotxve' AV ' A Sf 2 , . . gl K . x 5, 1 Q 1'ig5lfz'w1 Award SEASONS SCORES Austin, Y 0 Corpus Christi Ray Austin 7 , 0 Austin of Austin , Austin 19 Victoria , , Austin , 6 Millwy ,, Austin T Sain Huuston , Austin Y 26 Davis W , Y Austin 0 lie-agan Austin 7 20 San Jacinto Austin T Bellaire- , , Austin ,,,, , 26 Lamar M 'lk Houston Public School Atlilvtic Field I04 44, 4, 41- ' luv "V'rv. " 'rn ! , A m. - FOOTBALL FIELD, HIGH SCHOOL STADIUM l05 A. E. KOTROLA W. J. COOK Head Coach Line Coach 'tv tl-X 0 '0,, , fu ,,. ' K .- y Kotrola and Cook show lineman blocking strategy. ,A 3 sb , ...sa ' AU TI LAMAE 5 ,1- hm.: c- ,J 43 .qi :fig-if 27 C. P. RILEY GW .BARTQSH '06 J.V. Coach Baci. field Coach EAR 6-0 BILLY JETER CHARLIE RODRIQUEZ ROIIFRI' HARRIS Back Back Em AUSTIN vs. LAMAR The Austin Mustangs, famed for their passing attack, took to the ground against Lamar under the most unfavorable weather conditions experi- enced by any Houston team this year, passing only once late in the last quarter. Having been pushed around the field the first half, Austin came back early in the second half, scoring their first touchdown 1:52 minutes into the third quarter. Bill Harlan and Mike Sandlin scored two touchdowns apiece, giving Austin a smash- ing 26-O victory over her greatest rival, Lamar. ,- I A I, 5,1 ,wt AN ,. ,. 4 G? Bartosh and Riley show the Mustang backfield how to hold that pigskin. IO7 . -1 .r " 44? 1 -if Lf. 5 na, ,rf .L , G. fe. ,Q wg? 4 few' alt?-FM fs. -.Ls'N'?: ' 'UQ 'ki J ti GILBERT HUFFMAN Cvllter JOHNNY I-II'l'T Tackle TOUCHDOWN! Jeter to Williamson clicks for 35 yards and an Austin touchdown in the llilby game. BILL HARLAN LARRY WILLIAMSON Back Back BOBBY SUDDUTH Back AUSTIN VS. RAY The Texans, rated as one of the top class 4-A teams in the state, clicked to a 33-0 win over the Mustangs. Due to the inexperience of our team, the Ponies gained only fifty yards on offense, most of which was made by Quarterback James Whhe. Halfback Bill Harlan also kept trying for Austin on offense. RAY DOWNS AUSTIN 33-O IN SEASON OPENER EDWARD WATERWALL MARK WELCH JIMMY FARR JOHNNY VAN BIBBER End Cuard Center Guard YW 'Y D -5- 'Ai 5 K I DON PFEBLE Guard MAROO OUTSCURE Al 39-O Traylor goes off tackle for seven yards and a first clown in the Victoria I Little Gus makes first. game. Billy Jeter and Mike Sandlin practice one of Austin's T-plays. ROBERT HUNT RAYMOND CRAY SIDNEY JARNICAN HAL TOMPKINS Guard Tackle End Guard zaafzsa .... rv mf A .vs ...t I- It 3' JAMES WHITE TOMMY JONES LARRY THOMAS AUSTIN VS. AUSTIN Outscored by the Maroons in a 39-0 loss, the Mustangs were able to penetrate the Maroon's scoring territory only a few times. Play- ing without five regulars, due to injuries, the Mustangs could not stop the Austin forward wall. MIKE SANDLIN CHARLES GOODWIN Bark End Back Back Back Go, Jet! .Ieter sweeps eml for six yards and a first in Victoria game. LVN ' , N:f4ef,,L M . 5 wif , 'Li "' ' """"'f f ' -' f . ...vw ,fix R ik L V L . 5 -Q-N .9 4:- M W.-, ci1 Q ya, avi' f EAT 9-19 White to Waterwall, clicks for first against Ray of Corpus. CARY MURRAY L. N. BOUDREAUX Bark Guard MARVIN AARDAL DWAYNE VICKERY JERRY PEEBLES Tackle Tackle Tackle -is f ,aaia M 'iw-4 F GUY SAVAGE MIKE COOPER Back Back MILBY E AUSTIN VS. MILBY Although penetrating within lVIilby's five yard marker four times during the night the Mustangs managed to score only once. Late in the first quarter, Austin scored on Billy ,leter,s 21 yard pass to Larry Williariison. The drive covered 84 yards in 17 plays. Austin's yard gainage was led by Billy Jeter, who gained 200 of the teamls 238 yards running and passing. The game ended with a score of 7-6 in favor of Milby,s Buffaloes. are DON BARRY Robert Harris, Charles Goodwin, and Edward Waterwall show Back it takes team work to make a good run. ' ' ' E AUSTIN 7-6 SHELBY TRAYLOR DEAN ROMERE WRIGHT DENNISON Back End Back BOBBY CARCILL Tackle NEAL KOONCE Center 'yn ISA. 1- ..,,W s. W' " James White holds while Bill Harlan kicks vxtra points. M' SWR AUSTIN UPSETS DAVIS 26-7 SLUGGO LOVING TOMMY POWELL Trainer Manager AUSTIN vs. SAM HOUSTON Early in the second quarter, Austinis 77-yard scoring march was climaxed from the one-yard line with fullback Bobby Sudduth sliding off left tackle for the score. Bill Harlan converted for the Ponies. making the score 7-0. It remained that way until late in the third quarter when the Tigers caught fire and scored three touchdowns, ending with a score of 19-7. AUSTIN vs. REAGAN The touchdown scored by the Reagan Bulldogs in the first 52 seconds of the game gave them a 6-point lead, which they extended to 12 points in the second quarter. Reagan won 12-0, but the Mus- tangs led on defense. Robert Hunt, guard, and Tommy Jones, end, played a game of good sportsmanship and fair play. Trainers make ready for the nigl1t's game. II6 A USTIN vs. DAVIS Austin, said by its coach to be the scrappiest team in the city, proved its worth with a 26-7 victory over Davis. In the first scoring attempt, Mike Sandlin plunged one yard to end a 49-yar'd drive. Midway in the second quarter, Billy ,Ieter scored from the five. Bill Harlan kicked his first of two extra points. With 54- seconds left in the third quarter, Billy Jeter passed to Bill Harlan for Austin's third tally. The final touchdown was scored by Billy ,leter from the one. CARL CAIWIBLE J.Vi Manager 1 JUNIOR VARSITY AND SOPHOIVIORE TEAMS Htigggu I,ming1, I.vstr'r Hui:-tt. Sammy I'aynt-, Ifarm-st ffollins. IIHII IIu1'Ilanan. Ilavid fflemnwtts. ,lov Le:-tvr. Tfllllllly I"m-rris, Frank 'I'ua'Iu-r. Nlikr- Kr-e-ling. Wash-y Iluylv. ffIlarI4's II:-vm-rIy. Ettgvtw fllvvf-Iunnl, Tmnmy Pow:-II. SEIK- ONIJ HOW: 5idney .Ium-s. Rivky Iladse-II. Ifdward I"aIIan. Tmnnty III a I I y it. Ilivkit- Svhuenf-man. Iiivhard ffhipmann, Iinnniv Hen- :-haw, IiI'll1'4' Currington. Fr:-d Ilradh-y. Tnmnly Hivkard. Jim Taylor, III-n Rivhe-y, M. H. Shvp- urd. Harvy .'xIItIt'l'QUll, Jimmy Fvr- ris. THIRD RUVV: lfharI1's San- smnv, William 'INIIOIIIIISKIIL JHIIIPH Christian, IIiIIy Byrd. Waynf- Har- rison, ,Inv lloldrn. Handy Rup- pert, Ilonnis Iirown. Monme Ash- worth. 'I'. .I. Rogers, Rivhard Yates, Robert Christian, Ronald Whit:-nc-r. Philip Pvtf-rs. Pat Kill-y. Juninr Varsity Irackfie-Id practice- fur final city grunt- against Lamar. Philip Pvtvrs, Rnlwrt Christian. M. H, She-pard. Ifddim- Fallan. 'I'raf'ti4'a' make-s pvrfr-CII" Sopho- murz- lxavkfield motto. 'Hike Kr-r-ling, Tutntny Fvrris, Frwl IIradIf'y. Wc'HI1'y' IJOyIf'. new 'X BOB ED CARR HILL KELLY Co-ffaptailz Cu-l,'a11tai11 UNI KICLIA flu-Ifr1ptr11'r1 IJICNISKY MOORE I,!I'f.'llIIf!1iI1 Ju: V o points in Ha-ugan gunu np shut by llivkis- Kosulv BASKETBALL SUMMARY limlvr ai nc-w K,'ULl1'll. with Spirit :mil firv, the AuStin lXlllSl3lIf' Busliethall teani plarvfl thircl in lliQtrivt lil-KA.-XAA. The team. lml lay zill- vity llivkiv llusales. Bob Carr. Dmiipsc-5 Moore. :mtl Dale- lluclspeth. 1-limpilefl a I6-6 ref-urcl. If it hachft hs-mi for the loss of four mifl- lerm graduating svniurs. the hasketlmall tvam might lime game all thc- way. DICKIIC ROSAIES ROBERT BUSH VARSITY START ERS Dvrupscy Mourv, Huh F11 Carr. Dickie- Rosalvs. Bill Kvlly. Tum Kclly. ancl Larry Phillips. lfIlARI.l-QS WMLONFH SAM BROWN DALE HUDSPETH .llmiager I 20 SEASONS Austin , . II-0 Austin , 42 Austin 36 Austin , , -I7 Austin , 45 Austin , 49 GILBERT ,IMIORSON LA RRY PH I I,.I.I PS ., .41 it , X , W I A 'VV W s'... V,Lf i I NVL, . Ep.. R L MB" TEAM FIRST ROW: Louis llinojosa, Frank Colm-, Wil- Iium 'IIIIIIIIISPIL Fred Bradley, ,Iinnny Fvrris. SEC- UND ROW: Lavellf- Carlisle: Rivliard Hvrllamlcz, Ray Rmlriqur-Z. Toni Vlfajdali, Bob liisli, Tom Iiurne-tt, THIRIJ ROW: Coach Sillnvy Junvs, Roy Hixngvrforcl, Kim I3aIu'l'. Tm-'rry Chvssf-r, anrl Holi IilIC'Il3llliII. Managvr. SCORES I,amar San Javinto Ballivr Lamar San Jacinto Bvlliar 52 -I6 49 54 40 T2 H3 lylguly IZ' RIIIJIJY IlRII"I"IN TRACK JOHN SCOTT Track Coach SHARON THOMPSON Track ,Sweetheart iii! . . YT 57 'L-1 ,W bf' ky A LL WMI. I K Y 5 v 'L .,k s A it . ""1.. s "-'A I i:ggg,,g'!i " J F ,K E., 4 4 Q " i,f-3 i, , A -ff S ff 'I' hi K r it R i E hill f Y 3, is i "I 'gt , 4, Vg, ...ff f : I cf 'I' FIRST ROW' Alton Riddle Theron 9 radle J ll l . , .ip y, e-rry ur e-son, Carl Gray, Jimmy Rmlrique-z, Nlaurivv llaqiisfm, Morris Duncan. SECOND ROW: Billy Evans, Charles Alu-rnatliy, Wayne- Dvan, llivkie- Sarria, Wt-mlf-ll Williams, Cary Kent. Hike- Wlcst. 'l'l'llHlJ ROW: Charles limlrique-1. Huy 'l'awutf'r, Kvnny Carter, Gilln-'rl ,larolmson Jolinny Klvve-nha an Rolurl H ' C l 5 .. , g' , ' arris, rar fvlimni- uw-r, liuliliy Sutlmlutli. TOP ROW' johnny Kvitli liill Gdllllx l' l Q 'll . . y ' V '11, au .pi 1-rs. ,lolin Kvllvy, jaw Dow, Miki- Wlest, Sonny White. Curtis Siinnions. ancl Riiyllltillll Cray. 7 i X.. f""'-- , 'l'rut'k Imys work for quick starts. Pivturctl arfl Mr. Smit, llivkiv Sarria, jvrry llurlvson, John Kellvy, lloliliy Sudcleth, Kc-nny Cartvr, Cary K4-nt. and Roy 'l'awatc'r. I23 Maurice Baquero, Jimmy Rodriques, Alton Riddle, Cary Kent, Mike West, Carl Cray, Tommy White, Bobby Suddeth, and Billy Evans. TRACK PREVIEW Backed by returning lettermen Kenny Carter, Roy Tawater, Bill Harlin, Gilbert Jacobson, and Joe Dow, the 1958 Track Team is Working to increase their speed and improve their skills in order to be ready for Austin. for the city meet. Gilbert Jacobson, Kenny Carter, Joe Dow, Morris Duncan, Roy Tawater, and Jerry Burleson. l24 DISTANCE There is superb speed in all the lettermen. Al- though the weight men are untried, there is a great possibility the boys will make a good show SPRINTERS I ' mill! F? l pr l Coach John Scott, Charlie Rntlriquez, John Kelley, Bill Canlka, Raymond Cray, Robert Harris, Tommy White, and Dickie Sarria. M-'if 'rkrl .. if 1 . 1 FORECROUND: John Keith, Bill Evans, Wayne Dean. BACK ROW: Carl Schoonover, Johnny Klevenhagen, Curtis Simmons, Wentlel Williams, Paul Spiller, Gilbert Jacobson, Charles Abernathy. I 25 HURDLERS xxx Trainer WAYNE DEAN FIELD EVENT CONTESTANTS fbi: l W SIMIG Coach Gilbert Bartosh with some of his top swimmers: David Cargill Richard Worthington, and Gary Murray. Cary Murray, Ray Scarborough, Jackie Cook, Byron Behrens, Richard Worthing- ton, Jerry Schoonover, Ronnie Pate, Ross Johnson, Lyndon Parker, Ridley Pledger. Jimmy Wallace, Dickie Bennett, Randy Perez, Janics, Christian, Frank Walteinirr Mickey McCaslin, Johnny Heard, Manager, Coach Gilbert Bartosh. I26 fl HW i2ll,l3l'lR'l' IMRTOSH foarh A wg., NIMH? 'Wwe mE'-"W I 27 MEDLEY RELAY Javkic- Cuok. Micke-y McCaslin, Russ Johnson. Cary Murray in watvr. REASTSTROKERS H i 1' h a r ml Wfmrtllirlgtrvrl, ,Ivrry Svllmnlovvr. Mickey Mvflaslin. FREESTYLE Jimmy Wallace, Frank Waltermire, Ross Johnson, David Cargill, and Ridley Pledger. ...-1 xw, Q, W., BACKSTROKE Ronnie Pate, Terry Deyoc, and Cary Murray. SWIMMING PREVIEW Guy Savage, David Cargill, and Cary Murray give the Austin Swimming Team a good chance of taking some of the top honors in city-wide competition. Guy Savage, an outstanding freestyler, has never been beaten. Coached by Mr. Gilbert Bar- tosh, the team has been outstanding in the pre-season meets. With all this and other fine prospects, our team is looking for- ward to a fine season. RELAY TEAM Lyndon Parker, Richard Worthington, Jackie Cook, and Ray Scarbrough. l28 A' S 1 ,f J MQ iii Q N , 5 1 f 2 W 9 lk N? M is A, 5 Charlie Rodriduel- Mike Sandlin' J BA EBALL BASEBALL PREVIEW Seven returning lettermen make this year's baseball season look hriglit. Pitchers such as Kit Carlson. Robert Bush, and Glenn Lilie are throwing it at the plate to Mike Sandlin, lack Mahan, and Charles Bodriquez. The infield is boosted by B. E. Kennedy, Johnny Spencer, and Phill Pierce, hacked up by Bay Bob Smith, Jimmy Herbster, and Billy Greenfthe outfield. This team with spirit and hustle could make up this years city championship team. TOP ROW Kit Carlson, Mike Sandlin, Jimmy Herbster, Phillip Pierce, Robert Bush, Glen Lilie FIRST ROW: Charlie Roclriquez, Johnny Spencer, ,lack Mahan, B. E. Kennedy Bay Bob Smith Billy Green. L S, CATCI-IEBS ack Mahan. I30 'l' U I' ROW: Jimmy llvrlmste-r, Jack Mahan, Kit flurlsml, MikvSun1l- lin. FIRST ROW: j4l r l l . runny S11-ncvr. I. C Kvnnemly. llilly Cn-en. RETURNING LETTERMEN l Roln-rt Hush, Billy CITPII. Kil Carla f..1, C14-nn Lilie. INF II-ELDERS 3: E' K0"n'f1fy. J h lvrce. 0 'UU' Sgmmpw, Kit F I3l f df SOIL Ray Bob Smith Phillip OLLEYB LL TEAM CAPT RE V'vian Gassman, Deanne Bradshaw, bay m..,.W, - B rton Joyce Russell, Bethel Silve K h 1-. FIRST ROW: ,lerrie Elliot, 1 Pring, Ann Estes, Polly Branch. SECOND ROW: Jeanette u , THIRD ROW' Brenda Hatchet, Pat Smith, Marilyn Meyer, Delores Whittaker, at y B lton FOURTH ROW: Pat Shuptrine, Ann Van Hoozer, Simmons, Lula Gomez, man. . Smallwood, Shirley Cuice, Mary Ann o . S n Self, Connie Harrington, Herlenda Ann Gray, Nita Mary Svreck, usa V Cleve, Ann Dancy. Trudy Hadsell, Dell an M. aslsli Jegn Reynaud tenseli' Watches er girls chalk up another winning score, All Austin 1 P ayer makes a desperate lunge for the ball' DISTRICT CHAMPIO HIP IJISTIIICT CHAMPS The- Mustang Vullvyhall tvam had a fine Slilhllll this yr-ar. Writh the rvturuiug lvttcr- IIll'Il Cay lic-4-ws anrl Gail Bahin. the cu- vaptzlius. tht- IPZIIII marchefl tu Distgict Chauipiimsllip. Nlisi ,lt-an llc-yuallrl. vuarfli. has produced hvr sw-mul 1-lmmpifmship team. Much hard work has gunv into preparing thP Mustangs for thc-ir seasonal record. 8-2. Uthvr rvturuiug lvtterulcn arf- Jerrie El- liot and Ann listers with first year players Fully Hrauvh. Barbara Vriug. Mary Ann Ifultnu. W, iii. ,, tw 5 Jvrrie F11' as Cai! Baiiii' '?ff1'e-W HI' letra- . in watvlig-S. filth!! CO-CAIYIUXINS GAY REISVE5-three years CAIL BABIN--Illrov years W N, 5 .- it f,. it i,E1r 1 1 rt HIP the- hall 10 RHI, Ifl P Hsu, i Z 1 IVIIIILZ ,1, 7 A il ,www ...n-'-"' ...,,,..-fr, '.......-H-v' M...-Q--'!"" ...pa-f' N Sass ., . ,,g,,,,,, v'frfw3x+,m,Hl6,,Q W. ,WKQW ,,AsNM,,, Kb.,-is W . Wd 'L -1 g,,,,g13,x ,Q 5 -.M Y, u Hur .. -9-f slr: Q QWII1 h..-mn ov" . s A -pr -Ld. 1 . , ,gh 4 Q. 'Z LS' Q -rr Q H W ,gggz .Q , I TENN S KNEELING: Dian Doyan, Polly Branch, Eva Ann Margiotta, and ,lerrie Elliot. STANDING: Vivian Cassman. Silvia Downing, Joyce Russell, Janis Garrett, and Pat Scurlock, TENNIS The tennis team, under the supervision of Miss Reynaud, is looking forward to a good season. The mainstays of the team will he two returning lettermen, ,lerrie Elliot and Janice Garrett. The team will play the other schools in the city in a winner- takes-all types of tournament. The girls practice after school several days a week in order to improve their games. Due to the rainy weather, they were forced to work out in the gym, where they practiced on their backhands and volleys. Janis Garrett is shown playing a fine net game. Janis is one of the returninglettermen on this year's team. ' NA E 1 KL -M as-f i 1 1 K We- 3,..n. .W F. in 'L . 1 M N? is N 1 M., N. 4' -xjfg.f5g,g.f K f,X,x Sfgy-H Q .mi I .Avia-wfw,1.n f'-f ku M. ,525 3 ,AQ ,,,fMv., , 2 Mn MIX iff x 1 ,, 4. 9 blquzia- V T153 f -mblwv-,- gx, 1 H-ff 'W A 'ww 1-...aim mv 'K ' 1 .-1 W N- f w.. . . ..x,.,M m:-Q snag-w..':1'S."' v--?fm.,.Mx R2?5."J ."4.'?6 A ...MV ' 7-'Z'-',.."'if ' WM Mx 'iI'i":'Z".!2,v Quin? gunman, A f X' A 'W ' 4 s , S . N If Q va -X 7 55:55 wi' "??"f7ifQ -' Q Q --fl X ,A K A x www .pw . f - gg w g e -M-wk W-sw. W ..x,,,Q,! E i . f li 5g5gW3L1'.MQ 51113535 ' Y , ,-7 QM , f 1 ,inf L L ' ,-.39 J! f A. , X1 5 m? Q 5 ,W ,, . 3' 5 S? Z if 4 2 ,sv 3, E , fn. ' ds .Q k,g. g K 2 f S' 3 ii - fZZZFmwwwa!P if A QQ QW 3' 1745 f ' f -r V ' 2 :. QWKQMQ WmMW V as he - ' Q ag , r Vi FSH' H Q gif? TQ A m x 3 Q I , J TWO SIDES HAVE WE . --if -11" W lin . . . or at REST . . . we learn through the guidance and inspiration given us by our teachers. FACULTY .43 I 'NIISS ANNIE L. HOWARD, Registrar, checks some permanent MRS. MAXINE BRANARD, Principal's Secretary, searches for a records. particular program card. Like the cogs that keep great industries running smoothly, the Office Personnel of Austin insures that all students are present and accounted for, that each pupil is following the program plan that best fits his needs, and that EFFICIENCY AND UNDERSTAN KEY WORDS OF TE disciplinary and health measures are carried out. Each staff member has a variety of duties, all of which, while done basically for the good of the whole school, benefit each student in- dividually. MRS. OMA PEARL LEWIS, Treasurer, makes sure that the totals MRS. OPAL MYER, Office Clerk, works on some important rec balance. ords for the files. ?g,.si MRS. ffICIIEi.l.-X AI.S'l'0N, Atlvmlanm- Clvrk. vhevks Ihr' attemi MISS MILIJREIJ HART, Se-ninr Cuiiiisf-ini zinrw- 1-an-fiilly. WG ARE THE FF ICE PERSONNEL uating sc-niur with his prugrani. MISS BEATRICE LYTLF, Juninr Clminsu- uuirc-me-nls with une- uf the stmlviits. , . ,X 4, , griarlly helps ai grar r, flu-1-ks uwr thx- ra- ' .il - A -A :- mwkifllhmq. MK. JESS!-I W'iI.LiS, SOPIIUIIIUTE ffullliscior, Chm'l'fully helps a nvw AIRS. LOURINA PATTON, Nursv, instruuls he-r Sllllil'Ilt as snplimnurewitiih1'rrliffi1'l1IIif-s. sistants on the propvr way to Iuka- a pc-rsun's lempurature-. TOWERS OF UNDERSTANDIN BUILDING BLOCK O J. W. Brittain Mrs. Mary C. Brown "This is the way it -should be saidf, says Mr. E. Thompson. Miss Eunice Carroll Mrs. Doris Colbury Someone isn't concentrating on his English! I46t fi Have you ever had the feeling that you know what you mean but just can't put your feelings down on paper or into speech? Have you ever thought that it would be nice to explore distant lands and visit the people of the past? If youlve ever felt this way, the English department is your ans- wer. As well as general courses in grammar and literature, this de- ST ON EN GLISH, NOWLEDGE partment offers courses in speech, puhlic speaking. debate, dramatics, journalism. and the chance to work on either the Round-Up or Corral, school puhlications. Through the understanding of our linglish language, many doors are opened. hoth to pure enjoy- ment and to success in whatever profession or vocation you may choose after graduation. THE E. M. Cullen Mrs. Roberta Deason Miss Beatrice Harrison Mrs. Dorothy Hutchison Mr. Cullen causes mild chuck- ling hy reading a definition given to him on an exam. Mrs. ,lulia Leonard Mrs. Faye Sauer X, MATH-THE INTERN THE SCIENTIST AN Do you wish to become ac- quainted with locus, tangents, or quadratic equationsg or are rates of interest and discounts more your speed? Whatever prepara- tions in math a student needs, fox college or otherwise, he will fine IONAL LANGUAGE OF HE TOOL OF INDUSTRY .hat the math department offers 1 variety of courses. These range from commercial arithmetic for business students to courses in :rigonometry and advanced alge- bra for college potentials. Patsy Edgar listens while Mr. C. L. Rawson explains square roots. Miss Ethelc-ne Collins W. B. Crittenden Mrs. Marjorie Dyer C. L. Rawson Mrs. Eugenia Stvgall E. L. Vick I49 THE WONDERS OF TH YOU THROUGH SCIENC Why do birds have feathers and fish have scales? How are plastics and toothpaste made? Why do ships float and jet planes soar? Do you wonder "why?', about the environment you live in and Hhow?'7 about the multitude of products made possible through recent and rapid advances in all fields of science? In order tc keep up with the world about him l'ORLD UNFOLD BEFORE a person needs a background of knowledge which the Science De- partment is well equipped to sup- ply. By offering courses in biol- ogy, chemistry, physics, and phys- iology, the department both par- tially satisfies the studenfs thirst for knowledge and cultivates the curiosity which is a prerequisite for living in this, the twentieth century. W. C. Hollingshead S. L. Jones The parts of the flower are explained by Mrs. Helen Barnes. A. C. Schiller Mrs. Marten-n Smith 'iLook what we found, Mrs. Gates!" I5I . .15 i .jf 'H . " E THE SOCIAL SCIENCE RESPONSIBLE FUTUR History is the story of what civ- ilized man has done. It includes that vast period in which a hun- dred civilizations rose and fell be- fore our own story was started less than 300 years ago. It en- compasses the United States, strug- gle for existence and recognition REPARE AN INTELLIGENT, ITIZENRY -while the rest of the world was busy with its own troulwles. By teaching the principles of past and resent governments, the Social cience Department prepares a uture citizenry for its place in ocal, national, and world political ffairs. "It is explained fully on this page," says Miss Mollie ,lack- SOII. S. H. McBride Mrs. Charline Potter "Will you help us with this question. Mr. Kennon?" J. C. Scott C. R. Taylor l53 wI,7 . ' fi., i Y cw: ' E , ,1 W A lk.-4. N .ff .WH iii 5' ' --v-......,F . ,M A BETTER UNDERSTANDING OF OTHER LANDS AND PEOPLES THROUGH FOREIGN Who knows? Maybe some day you will he the official ambassa- dor to France, the foreign agent of the FBI working in Germany, or an oil niagnate with main offi- ces in Venezuela. Whatever your future, you will never regret hav- ing taken a year or two of foreign language. Any study of a language not your own will help you to un- derstand the history and construc- tion of your native tongue. It will give you a greater understanding of the countries in which the lan- guage is spoken and the people who speak it. The Foreign Language Depart- ment, offering three years of Spanish, two of Latin, and one each of French and German, is one of the first in the city to offer all four. THE LIBRARY-THE STORE- HOUSE OF KNOWLEDGE The world ol hooks lies waiting hehind the lihrary doors. Whetlier a student is cramming for a final, preparing a term theme, or hunt- Mrs. Elaine Berry Mrs. Dorothy off school, those doors will always Hallllatlfiff ing lor a story to take his mind he open, and the lihrarians will always he ready with advice on finding the proper hook and using it to its best advantage. COMMERCIAL COURSES ASSURE THE BUSINESS FUTURE OF OUR COUNTRY Mrs. Lorraine Ma-rry checks a typing ext-rcisv. For those of you planning to enter the secretarial or hookkeep- ing fields and for those who arenit, hut who want the satisfac- tion of knowing that they have had training enough if earning a livelihood lwcomes necessary, the Commercial Department offers courses in a variety of skills. Among these are typing, short- Mrs.FayeFant:her M rs. Wtiwimlif' M. hand. bookkeeping, commercial Kendall law. secretarial training and office practice. t .-v""S M. Waldmann A HEALTHY, WEL THROUGH PHYSICA W. J. Cook Ed H. Franklin Calisthenics form an integral part of the physical education program. A. E. Kotrola C, P. Riley Mr. Riley supervises exerci e on the outside bar. I56 Because most educators feel that the physical training of our youth is as important as the men- tal exercises offered in regular school work, the majority of high school students are required to take Physical Education. Both ALANCED LIFE ,DUCATION boys and girls are expose-ml to bas- ketball and swimming, with the girls also taking modern flance, volleyball, and tennis, and the boys taking, in adflition, track, football, and baseball. Miss Bcity Blakely Mrs. Upal Cowan Mrs. Cowan ovcrsr-cs dumuna. stration se-:sion in volleyball. Miss Jeanne Reynaud Mrs. Joyce Stuart Basketball finds its place in the girls' gym as well as in the boys'. I57 af' ri . THAT THE HOUSES OF THE FUTURE MAY BECOME HOMES The age-old arts of cooking and sewing are not lost on today's teen- agers because they realize the sat- isfaction gained from a table well set and spread, and from a child's dress or an evening gown well made. The preparation gained in the Home Economics Department will stay with a girl all her life, helping her to make the house she lives in a home. Also offered by this department are home nurs- ing, home management, and home and family living courses. Mr Eckels explains how to use one of the machines in IMPARTING A SENSE OF ACCOMPLISHMENT Whether you've ever stopped to think about it or not, the Industri- al Arts courses are as much a part of a pupilis education as the more commonly thought-of English, math, and science courses. Not only do they prepare some stu- dents for their future occupations, but also the training received in the various shops-wood, metal, and electrical-is vital in this cen- tury of do-it-yourself building and repairing. Knowledge gained in other courses is put to practical application in the Industrial Arts Department, which also includes, besides the shop courses, mechan- ical and architectural drawing and machine design. ART - A GRAPHIC EX- PRESSION OF IDEAS If you have ever wondered where the backdrop for our stu- dent dramatic productions comes from, wonder no more. Itis our own Art Department, constantly working to heautify our school and to add an artistic touch to all our projects. Another section of the Art Department involves hand- icrafts. such as leather tooling and making mosaic tiles, and commer- cial art courses. Miss Margaret Dutton Mrs. Gladys Tuley Mrs. Tuley supervises one of her students' paintings in preparation for an exhibit. THERE IS MUSIC FOR EVERY MOOD AND TIME OF THE DAY Through the Music Department we are supplied with music to fit all moods and every occasion, from a high-spirited pep rally to a deeply religious Christmas as- semhly. A musically inclined student at Austin has the opportunity to de- velop his voice, play an instru- ment in the Mustang Band or or- chestra, and to increase his under- standing and appreciation of all forms of music. Go hack to letter 'Ef Ready?" queries Mr. Lewel- lyn. I59 Floyd Lewellyn AUSTIN OFFERS IMME- DIATE PREPARATION FOR THE VOCATIONAL FUTURES OF MANY OF ITS STUDENTS 'VIr F R Reid hows how to on The department linked most closely, perhaps, to the immediate breadwinning future of many of our students is the Vocational Department. A student taking a vocational course may devote up to three hours of his school day to that course and receive practical experience in his chosen field. The department offers vocational agriculture, auto mechanics, radio shop, drivers' training, and dis- tributive education. 'VIr J V Malone watches two of his tudents working with THE R.OgT.C .... MLEARN TODAY - LEAD TOMORROW" The motto of the Austin R.O.T.C. reveals the purposes of the organization to which both instructors and student of- ficers are dedicated. By carry- ing many of the responsibili- ties that the operation of a hat- tle group demands, the stu- dents gain valuable experience in both giving and following commands. MXSGT. EDWARD NELLIST SGT. EDWARD PAYNE Sgt. Nellist instructs his of- ficers on the methods of map reading. Sgt. Payne and Sgt. Nellist discuss the dates of their forthcoming inspection. Sgt. Payne and Cadet Powell Lee explain the proper aiming procedure. lbl t in 5 Q , I , 'W 'Nw J, ,rf , ,f JEL is? TWO SIDES HAVE WE I ,I I I I I 47, 4, 45? -ny 44? 417' . . . and OUT of class . . . we here at S.F.A. form never-to-be-matched, ironclad friendships. CLASSES X SEN IDRS J UN IORS SOPHOMORES l63 . SL ,W-Q 5, wi ,K Q fi 4 Q2 A ' 4 1 1351 - 2 , ik Officers hid farewell at the Senior Farewell Program Valedictorian BILL KELLY FALL SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS President ,,,,,,,,,, . Vice President , Secretary ,. Treasurer ,, Lawyer ., Sergeant-al-A rms Poet ,ee,,, , , , ,, , .TOM KELLY , WTOMMY .IONES , , ,,,,, I PAT BARRINGER ,C ,, ,, ,, ,,,, CHARLOTTE PRICE EUGENIA ARCIROPOULOUS I Y, BILL KELLY N , TOMMYE JORDAN I65 Salularorian MARILYN MEYER Xx L' FIRST ROW: Susie Johnston, Darlene Svheffler, Vee Crosjean, and Doralyn Goku. SECOND ROW: Johnny Wilson, Larry Christian, and Jerry Lacy. va I Valedictorian RUTH HINKLE Salutatorian MARCIA KIRK I67 SPRING SENIOR COUNCIL FIRST ROW: Linda Holder, Lynda Abernathy, Joyce Lumpkin, Mr. Coetlee-, Carol Ann Turner, and Allen Bryant. SECOND ROW: Kenneth Smith, Charles Wagoner, Roy Tawater, john Keith, and Joseph Rider. SPRING SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS President ,,,,...,,,, ,,,,, . ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,, M A RK WELCH Vice President ...,t, , t,o.. ,tt,,,,, W AYNE DEAN Secretary ..,, t,t,,t.. , ,,,t,,,, . , ARDEN REED Treasurer , ,,,. A SHARON THOMPSON Lawyer ,, , ,, , , ,, ,,,,, HAL TOMPKINS Sergeant-at-Arms ,, , EARLYN FROELICH SENIOR CLASS OF 7 CERTIE ALLEN JUDY ALLEN SUE ALLRED NORMAN ANDERSON LYNN ANDREW LYNDA ABERNATHY ROY ALANIS here at last - that honorable ABERNATHY, LYNDA: Booster Club 55-58g Junior Sub Debs 56-573 Senior Sub Debs 57-583 Student Council Representative 56-573 Oil Woman for a Day 573 Brigade 55-58, Reserves 55, Regular Reserves 56. Regular 57-58. ALANIS. ROY: Booster Club 55-583 CSU 55-58. ALLEN. CERTIE: CSU 55-583 Booster Club 55-583 Art Club 55-58. ALLEN. JUDY: Brigade 55-58, Sergeant 57-583 Booster Club 55-583 CSU 55-583 Junior Sub Debs 56-573 Science Club 55-563 CAA 55-57. ALLRED. SUE ANDERSON, NORMAN ANDREW, LYNN: Girls' Chorus 56Q Chorale 56-58, Treasurer 57-58? Booster Club 55-58. ANTHONY. DEBBIE: Brigade, Reserves 55-56g Student Council 55-563 Booster Club 55-583 Junior Sub Debs 56-571 Senior Sub Debs 57-583 Rolling Ponies 57-583 Green Masque Players 57-583 Mustang Follies 57-583 Y-Teens 55-56. I68 .. if -.. - ffwtamfwu-.1 ' - DEBBIE ANTHONY 1211111-:Nm ARQLIROPOULOS CQWEN ARMSTRONG DOROTHY ARNOLD -FERRY AHNUI-U . the Seniors of 558 ARCIROPOULOS. RUCENIA: Outstanding Speech Contestant of the Year 56-57g NFL 55-58: Forensic League 55-58. Corresponding Secretary 55- 57. President 57-585 Senior Class Lawyer 58g Booster Club 55-58g .lunior Sub Delis 56: llreen Masque Players 563 Student Council Representative 553 Brigade 55-58. Reserves 55. Co. "BH 56. Corporal 56. lieutenant of Flags 57-58: National Honor Society 57-58. President 57g Oil Vlfotnan for a llay 57. ARlVlS'l'RONC. CWRN: CSU 551 Rooster Club 55-58: Senior Sub Delis 57- 585 l"llA 55-56. ARNOLD. ll0RO'l'llY: llooster Club 55-584 Speech Club 57-583 Chorale 57- 58: Brigade 55-56: CSU 55-58. ARNOLD. JERRY: Rooster Club 55-581 Art Club 55-58. A'l'KlNSON. ,llC:XN: Brigade 55-58. Reserves 55-56. Co. "B" 56-57. Right Color Cuard llnited States Flag 57-58g ,lunior Sub Delis 56-57g Senior Sub Delis 57-583 ,lunior Red Cross Representative 55-56g Brigade l,etter 56- 571 CM 5556- Ji-:AN .wiqiwsow AWTRICY. CllARl,O'l'TE: Brigade 55-563 Green Masque Players 55-56: .lun- ior Sub Delis 56-57: Art Club 57-58g Junior Red Cross 56-58. Secretary 56-571 Rowling Club 55-58g Science Club 55-563 FHA 55-585 Aloha Club 56-58. AYICRS. TOM MY: Booster Club 56-58. E, ff' ,, In ' ' 1 ,t Q9mQ5'yL . liz: M MW' .,,Vv,, - , .X A CHAR I ,0'l"l'IC A WTREY TOMMY AYERS , ut Will l Dian Dov:-n. WM' U A H Navh um . Q,ow1Y N ,. X-aderwe 1 ,k -ly. Hlllnl llaiiierirfitli Miss Bla 1 ra Y V 7 UAH, BABIN .IUHANNA BAKER I .a.l EA N BAKER DELIA BACA LARRY BAILEY BARBARA BAKER plagued by MSPlll11iliS,w asian flu, and unen BABIN, GAIL: Booster Club 55-58: Brigade 55-56: CSU 55-58: Junior Sub Debs 56-57: Senior Sub Debs 57-58: Bowling, Club 55-58: Green Masque Players 57-58: FHA 57-58: Volleyball Team 56-58. Captain 57-58. BACA. DELIA: Booster Club 55-58: CSU 55-56: Y-Teens 56-57. BAILEY. LARRY: Library Club 57-58. President 58: Booster Club 55-58. BAKER. BARBARA: Booster Club 55-58: Library Club 56-58, Treasurer 56-58: Senior Sub Debs 57-58: Future Nurses, Club 57-58: Spanish Club 56-57. BAKER. JOHANNA: Booster Club 55-58: CSU 55-58: CAA 55-58, Vice President 56-58. Song Leader 57-58: Aloha Club 56-58: Senior Sub Debs 57-58: FHA 56-57: National Honor Society 57-58: Junior Red Cross, President 56-58. BAKER. La.lEAN: Booster Club 55-58: Senior Sub Debs 57-58: Student Council 57-58. BAKER. WANDA: Brigade 55-58. Regular Reserves 55, Captain Co. A 57-58: Letter 57-58: American Legion Award Club 56-58. Secretary 56-57, Pres- ident 57-58: Quill and Scroll 57-58, President 58: Corral Staff 56-58, Activity Editor 56-57, Co-Feature Editor 57-58, Letter: National Honor Society 57-58: .lunior Beauty Finalist: Junior Sub Debs 56-57, Program Chairman: FHA 56-57, Program Chairman 56: Senior Sub Debs 57-58: Student Council 55-56: CSU 55-58: Aloha Club 56-58: Booster Club 55-58. BARKER. KENNETH: Booster Club 56-58. BARNES. BONNIE: Booster Club 55-58: CSU 55-58. l70 WANDA BAKER -. ' - f- - WND KENNETH BARKER BONNIE BARNES Pat Nldiarla-y. Lin Eckert. and Leah Burgess rehearse majorette routine. l, WC lllallilgffd to SllI'V1VC. ISARRHCR. DUNA: lirigzule. Regular Reserves 55. Regular 56, Corporal Co. C 56-57. Drill Major 57-58: Booster Club 55-58g CSU 55-583 Junior Sub Delis 56-57. Treasurer: Senior Sub Debs 57-583 Round-Up Staff 57. Columnist: Alolla Club 56-58. liARRlNCl'iR. PAT: Rooster Club 55-58g CSU 55-58g Brigade 55-57. Cor- poral 56-57g Creeu Masque Players 57-58g Aloha Club 57-58g Senior Sub Delis 57-58: FHA 57-58. Preaiclentz Senior Class Seeretary. ISARRON. NANNI'IT'l'l-Q llAR'l'H. CARULYN: Booster Club 55-581 Aloha Club 56-58: Junior Sub Delis 56-573 Senior Sub Delis 57-58. Brigade. Reserves 55-56. Regular Reserve 56. Regular 56-58. Corporal Co. A 57-58: Student Council 57-58. BARTON. DUYl.l'i: Rooster Club 55-56. BASS, lilC'l'TY: Booster Club 55-58: FHA 57-58. Vice President 575 Senior Sub Delis 57-58. l7l NANNICTTIC BARRON CAROLYN BARTH DOYLE BARTON SENIOR CLASS OF 9 DONA BARRIER PAT BARRINLLICR Bl-I'l'TY BASS l ' se an rf SE ICR CLASS 4 .IICIIIIY ISIC.-X5I,I'.X 4 . NII I,I..X III I NI- IICRCIVN Iil'lI Ii C.-XIII.ICNE IIATEMAN DAVID B.-XYEII seniors in order to be fI'6SI11ll II.-X'l'ICNIfIN. C.fXliI.I'fNIC: Booster Club 55-58: CSU 55-58: 'llri-Hi-Y 57-58: liuwlmg Club 57-58: PIIA 57.58. Ircasurvx'. Ii.-XYIQR. DAVID: Band 56-58: Bowling Club 55-56. ISIC.-' EY. .I ICHIIY: Cl 1mv1 'ale 55-59. Vice I'r1-simlcnl 57-58. BEFNIC. STPILI.fX BICIER. .I ICRIPHN: Booster Club 57-58: I,l'lljCL'IUI' Club 55-58. BENNETT. DONALD: Boost:-r Club 55-581 CSU 55-58: ROTC 55-57. Drill I'luImm 55-57. Corpural 56. 5t'I'gf'21Ill 56-57: CAA 57. liI'INN:X'I"I'. JOHNNY: limo-ter Club 55-58: CSU 57-58. BENSON. IL,-XII.: Buostcr Club 55-58: CSU 55-58: Senior Sub DQ-bs 57-581 FH.-X 57-58: lied Cross 55-57, I72 DON.-XID BENNETT JOHNNY BENNATT ILAII. BENSON Ql l ,V V, 4.31, , , 5.Xl,I,N IRIN I.l-IN fIlIAHl,U'l"I'IC ISICLKFORID ISIIICNIJA ISIAWIIIJXIRIJ SANIJRA lil..-XCKNION I ovcr again --X, -. -U. . '..,-.N Iiluk lxlnll. 5.-XI.l Y 5tu4lr'uI fIuuu1'il 55-571 lion-If-r Clulm 55 58' VNU 55 57 llllhdllt htht ru 55-56: .luniur Sul: Dells 50-57: lirigzulc' Hf'gllllill'S 56-58. BICKFURIJ. lIllAIil.U'I'TIi: CSU 55-581 Slliilllhll Cluln 55-50. lll,.'XNCll.NHD. ISIUCNUAZ linosler Club 55-58: l,ilu'ary Club 57. Sl'l'I'f'llll'y 57. l3l..fXCKMON,5ANDRA:lirigzulf: Kvsf-rw-s 55-56.Heg111lars 56-57.'l'up S!'l'Q1Q'LlIll Drums 57-58. Lvtte-r: lirmstvr Club 55-581 CSU 55-57. liUl',l,l..fXN. NICRNUN: lluuslfu' Cluln 55-583 Kvy fllulm 57-58: Sc'ic'11r'm' fflulr 57-581 flllvws Clulm 57-581 ROTC 55-572 CSU 55-58 Ii0l,'l'0N. MANY 'XNN BUNNICY. cLuAH1.+:s1 Bfmsner club 55-583 lsuwlang club 57.58. VICNNUN H0l'34ll-ICH MAN Y A NN l5Ul,'l'UN I73 CIIARl,liS IZUNNICY . .W . - dwxr W . lxnxfmil 'Yuma blxuwfl ' at C lvmlii Gomlwm' and I clash fm gl.,-fu. gi ' . f lx. van lyulw Q- v k'.lmYll" BARBARA BORDEN BARBARA BOYLE MARILYN BOYLE .lUDl BOSWELL JOE BOUDREAUX BOB BOX itvs bee11 ages, yet only daya S111 BORDEN. BARBARA: Booster Club 56-583 CSU 56-583 FHA 55-583 Student Council 56-57. BOSWELL. JUDI: Booster Club 55-583 CSU 55-583 CAA 55-573 Brigade Re- serves 55-573 Junior Sub Debs 56-573 Spanish Club 56-57g FHA 55-583 Senior Sub Debs 57-583 Aloha Club 56-573 Future Teachers of America 57-583 Mustang Mounties 55-56. BOUDREAUX. JOE: Booster Club 56-58. BOX. BOB: Round-Up Staff 57-583 Booster Club 55-583 Mr. Round-Up Runner-Up 57-58. BOYLE, BARBARA: Brigade. Reserves 55-56. Regular 56-57. Co. A 57-58. I,.etter3 Booster Club 55-583 CSU 55-583 Junior Sub Debra 56-573 Senior Sub Debs 57-583 Aloha Club 57-58. BOYLE. MARILYN: Brigade. Reserves 55-56, Regulars Co. C 56-57. Left Color Guard United States Flag. Sergeant Co. B 57-58. Letter3 Booster Club 55-583 CSU 55-583 Junior Sub Debs 56-573 Senior Sub Debs 57-583 Aloha Club 57-58. BRADFORD, BARBARA: Booster Club 55-583 CSU 56-583 Junior Sub Debs 56-573 Senior Sub Debs 57-583 Bowling Club 56-583 FHA 55-58. Song Leader'v55-56. Historian 57-583 Aloha Club 57-583 Y-Teens 57Q Brigade Reaerve 55. BRADSHAW. BARBARA BRADSHAW. DBANA: CSU 55-583 Booster Club 55-583 Art Club 55-583 Archery Team 55-57. Letter3 Volleyball Team 57-58. Letter: library Club 56-57Q Junior Sub Debs 56-573 FFA Sweetheart Runner-Up 56-57. I74 BARBARA BRADFORD BARBARA BRADSHAW DEANA BRADSHAW SENIOR CLASS OF 9 lili'l"l'Y .NNN Iill.XllNlCll lillllli.-X lili.fXfZlCl.I. Al.l.AN lllit.-NNI' R.0.'l'.iI. top brass plan first vity inspection. first day. liHAllNlfR. llliT'l7Y ANN: Booster Club 55-58g CSU 55-583 Junior Sub Dr-bs 56-573 Senior Sub Us-bs 57-583 Aloliu Club 56-58: Band 56-583 CAA 56-57. l3llAZflfl.l,. UUBBA: FFA 55-58. President 56. Treasurer 56-571 llolling l'onics 57-58. lilllMlll'lllllY. .llfRRY: Booster Club 56-58, lllil0NlfS. llllrllll lllll'l"l'0N. IRA: Booster Club 57-583 Speech Club 57-58. BRYANT. ALLAN: National Honor Society 57-583 Spanish National Honor Sorivty 56-573 Bowling Club 57-58. IICRRY IIRIINIBICRHY RUTH BRIONES IRA BRITTON SENIOR CLASS BUDDY BUCSANYI ARTHUR BUENTICO MARY BUl"FINCTON P3 -lk? .A , is t. . J. C. BRYANT LAURA BUCKLEY pinafores and lollipops, beani BRYANT, J. C. BUCKLEY, LAURA: Booster Club 55-58: Senior Sub Debs 57-58: Aloha Club 57-58. BUCSANYT, BUDDY: Booster Club 55-58. BUENTEO, ARTHUR: Booster Club 55-56: Art Club 57-58. BUFFINGTON, MARY YVONNE: Booster Club 55-58: CSU 55-58: Junior Sub Debs 56-57: Senior Sub Debs 57-58: Aloha Club 56-58: CAA 56-57. BULLITT, CAROL ANN: Brigade, Reserves 55-56, Co. B 56-57, Sergeant of United States Flag 57-58, Letter: CSU 55-58: Co-Editor of Handbook and Directory 56-57: Quill and Scroll 56-58: National Honor Society 57-58: Oil Woman for a Day: Booster Club 55-58. BURFORD, SAMMYE: Brigade, Reserves 56-57: Booster Club 55-58: CSU 55-58: Senior Sub Debs 57-58: Aloha Club 57-58: Art Club 57-58. BURGESS, LEAH: Booster Club 55-58: Art Club 57-58, Letter: CAA 55-56: Junior Sub Debs 56-57: Senior Sub Debs 57-58: CSU 56-57: Majorette 57-58: Speech Club 55-56: Swimming Team 55-56: Archery Team 55-57: Letters: Round-Up Staff 56-58, Columnist, Assistant Business Manager, Girls' Sports Editor, Sports Editor, Letter: Aloha Club 57-58: Quill and Scroll 57-58: Senior Beauty Finalist 57-58: Miss Round-Up Runner-Up 57-58: Student Advisor for Pigskin Press 57-58. I76 CAROL ANN BULLITT SAMMYE BURFORD . . -1-Q -.-. V LEAH BURC-ESS LINDA HIIRGICSS .lEANE'I"l'E BURTON DOROTHY HUSSICY ICDGAIC CIAI.DWlCl.l. SP6 CIS SCIIIOI' 1CCOg111t1OI1 day. llllli1ll'lSS, LINDA: Brigadf-. Reserves 55-56. Drum Corps 56-57. Sergeant uf llagpipc Buss Drum 57-58. lmltc-rg lirrostcr Club 55-58g CSU 55-585 Spanish Club 56-57. llllR'l'0N. .llCANlf'l'Tlf: Booster Club 56-585 Volleyball 'llvam 57-58. lillSSlCY. DOROTHY: FHA 57. CAl.DWl'll.l,. IQIJCAH: Boost:-r Club 55-58. CAl.DWl4Il,I,, RON LEE: Bnostvl' Club 56-585 CSU 56-57g Drill Platoml 57-58. CAl.l.AWAY. SUNNY: Booster Club 55-58. CAl.VlfliT, AMALYE: Mustungz, Mounlies 55-56. llresimlenl 55g CSU 55-56g Booster Club 55-58g Distribulive Edllcation 56-58, Secretary 56-57. Pro- gfillll Clluirmun 57-58g Rolling Ponirfs 55. HON l.lCl'f CAl.DWlCl.l. -S . - 9- l77 SONNY CAl.l.AWAY AMALYIC CALVICRT Cznnll- 1 D xtclunll Uuulr. , . ju1lY ul-lll' All ' lf llmuutlll lhlll llllllllllv Mlcn' . I . 1 , l"d'2,i:f:l.,l,.l.--H. ru - BNRIK.-XR.-X C,-X'Nll'lilil.I, ,I XCKIIQ CMlI.ISl,Ii UICUIHZIQ C:XRl.SON Wm' lcavc our l1'klillll0llS, both olfl and newly nmflcf., CXNll'. I,ICl..-XXII: lluuml-Up Stull. Sport- lzflllur 57-58: C7311-lqfllllll' Viggslxiu l'1'v-- 57: lion-lm-1' Club 55-58: Jxlllt'l'll'iilI lrgliuu Club 55-56: lll't't'll xlihllllt' l'Iuyf-ls 55-56: lfluslwtlmll 'llt'LlIIl 56-57: Sturlm-ul Cuuuvil 56: Oil Nluu for L1 Day 57. C.-XfNll'l3l'1l.l,. lilllli.-Xli.-X: lion-te-r Club 55-58: CSU 55-58: Svuim' Sub Deb- 57-58: -'Xlullu Club 57-58. C,Xlil.lSI.li. :l.'XCKllC: limvflvr Club 55-57: Stuclvul Council llt'I7l41'5t'IllilIlNt' 55-565 SlN'f'l'll Club 57-58: CSU 55. C.-Xlll,5UN. Clffllllllit llmwlvr Club 55-58: 'llI'il4'li 55-58. lmllvr 57: Crow- clUlll1ll'Y lvltm' 56 C:Xlil'lfYl7lCli. TIIIWMAN 41.-XRII. llflll lfll: lim:-tm' Club 55-58: CSU 55-58: Round-Up Sports lfmlitur 57: fxltbllil Club 57-58: llasketlrall Tn-am 55-58. l4f'llQ'I'. llmwrublf- Mmmtiun All-City 56-57: Track Tvuul 56-57: AIY1L'flf'liI1 l.f'gi6u Club 55-58: Sluclvnt Couuvil 55-57: l'rinc'ipal'f Stumlvnl Cuuncil 56-57. CAl'Vl'Fll. CAROL: liuostc-1' Club 55-58: CSU 55-58: Art Club 56-58. Xiu' llI't'5l1lt'llI 57-58: S1'ie'11f:P Club 55-56: llaml 56-58: cJI'L'lll'SlI'll 57-581 Spvm-lm Club 56-58: Serxiur Sub Dells 57-58. C.-XH'l'PIR. KENNY: Brmstel' Club 55-56: 'l'rac'k 55-58. l.ettvrs 56-58. CAS'l'1l.l,O, lfl.0l5lf I78 CAROL C,'XH'l'l'fll KENNY C,'XH'l'lfH l'll.UlSlf C.-X5'l'll,l,U - -EINGV I - SENIOR CLASS OF ' Outstanding players, Larry Vlfillianison and Mark We'lc'h, admire their Pigskin Pr:-ss Awards. lose who follow, though less gloriously. CAUSEY. BARBARA ANN: Sophomore Beauty 55-56Q Sophomore Favorite Finalist 55-563 Miss Round-Up Runner-Up 56-573 Booster Club 55-583 CSU 55-583 CAA 55-563 Junior Sub Debs 56-577 Speech Club 55-56g Brigade 55-57. Reserves 55, Regular Reserves Co. A 56. Regular 57g Round-Up Staff 56-58, Co-Columnist 57. News Editor 57, Make-Up Ed- itor 587 Green Masque Players 56-573 Aloha Club 56-58. CAUTHEN, MYRA: Brigade. Reserves 55-56, Co. A 56-57. Corporal Co. A 57-58, Letter3 CSU 55-583 Booster Club 57-58. CERNOCH. JANET: Booster Club 55-58: CSU 55-583 Junior Sub Debs 56- 57: Aloha Club 56-573 Junior Red Cross Representative 56-573 Senior Sub Debs 57-583 Business Club 57-58. Treasurer 57-58. CHAPMAN, JUDY: Booster Club 55-583 Brigade, Reserves 55-56. Regulars. Drum Corps 56-57. Lieutenant of Drums 57-583 Aloha Club 57-583 Junior Sub Debs 56-573 Senior Sub Debs 57-583 CSU 55-583 Student Council Representative 56-573 Spanish Club 55-563 Green Masque Players 57-58. CllARl.EVll,l.E, ANN: Brigade, Regulars 55-57. Corporal of Co. B 56-57, Captain Co. C, Letter3 Sophomore Beauty Runner-Upg Junior Beauty RllIlllCf-UIJQ Junior Sub Debs 56-573 Booster Club 55-583 Senior Beauty FinaIist3 Aloha Club. Secretary 57-583 National Honor Society. Reporter 57-583 Senior Sub Debs 57-583 Round-Up Staff, Advertising Manager. Cl-lRlSTlAN. LARRY: Band 55-58. All-District Band 57-583 Booster Club 57-58? Bouncerg CSU 55-58. I79 JANET CERNOCH JUDY CHAPMAN ANN CHARLEVILLE BARBARA ANN CAUSRY MYRA CAUTHIEN LARRY CHRISTIAN SENIOR CLASS OF ' RUFUS CLARK Xl,I,l-JN CL.-XUSON SHIRLEY CLIFTON BILLY CLARK JACK CLARK welll miss most seeing the friends CLARK. BILLY: Booster Club 55-58: Art Club 57-58. CLARK. JACK: Booster Club 55-58: Art Club 56-58: CSU 55-56: Baseball Team 57-58. CLARK. RUFUS: Band 55-58: CSU 55-58: CAA 55-57. CLAUSON, ALLEN: ROTC Drill Platoon 55-58: Booster Club 56-58: ROTC Officers Club 57-58: ROTC Co. C Executive Officer. CLIFTON. SHIRLEY ANNE: Booster Club 56-58: CSU 56-58: Senior Sub Debs 57-58: Aloha Club 57-58: Chorale 57-58: FHA 57-58: Student Council Representative 57-58. CLUTTER. JUDY: Booster Club 55-58: CSU 55-58: Spanish Club 56-58: Junior Sub Debs 56-57: Aloha Club 57-58: Round-Up Advertising Man- ager 57. Make-Up Editor 58: National Honor Society 57-58. COFFEY. IEANETTE COLEMAN. KENNETH: Swimming Team 55-58: Booster Club 56-58: Speech Club, Third Vice President: CSU 55-56. ISO JUDY CLUTTER JEANETTE COFFEY KENNETH COLI NIAN 1 -sam-r -- V - , l :- 55 I .IACKIIC COOK PFCCY COOK LAURA COOPER HRICNDA CONIJICLI, ado at the School of roses. COOK. JACKIE: Booster Club 55-58: CSU 57-58: Swimming Teurn 55-58. l.cllcr 57. COOK. PIQCCY: Booster Club 55-58: FHA 57-58. Sergcant-ul-Arnns 58 COOl'l'1li. LAURA CUllUl'il.l,. llHl'iNllA: llooster Club 55-58: Sp2lIllSll Clllb 55: FHA 57-58. 'l'rcasurer: Senior Sub Debs 58: Student Council 55: Bowling Club 56, VOX C'llAlilO'l7'l'l"' CSV 55 58' Vrccn Nlawr ue Pla er' Social C'ln1irn1'1n ,g, ys.,, ,. . 55-56. l'rf-sident 57-58: lioostcr Club 55-58: Student Council llcprescni- ative 57-58: .lunior Sub Debs 56-57: Senior Sub Dcbs 57-58: Y-Teens 56: Alllllkl Club 57-58: All-Cirls' Chorus 56: CAA 56: Bowling: Club 56 57 Senior Council Representative. COX. PRI SCll,l,A: CSU 55-58: .lunior Sub Dcbs 57: Booster Club 55-58: Chorale 57-58: Alolla Club 57-58: CAA 56-57: Cirls' Chorus 56 ClilCNSllAW. SHllil,liY: Boo-lcr Club 55-58: CSU 55-58: CAA 55-56: CIIARl,O'l"l'lCCOX Nlustung Mounties 55-56: ,lunior Sub Debs 56-57: Senior Sub Delis 57-58: Student Council 56-58: Brigade. Hegulars 56-58. Lieutenant Co. A 57-58. l'NlSCIl.l,A COX l8l SHIRLICY CHENSHAW ,L I rm:-quail M lll 1, qmxlfzlll lk lmlw Slllllllll 15 . lmzxxvllwl' M XlxCl X C hOClxl'TT ROSFNIAHY CROWDEB HAROLD CUDD TOMMY DABNFY pep rallies - crushed feet . . sore hands . CROCKETT. MAHCIA: Band 56-585 Orchestra 56-58, Parliarnentariang Booster Club 55-58: Spanish Club 56-57. Secretary 57g CSU 55-58g Stu- dent Council 563 Aloha Club 57-58g Aloha Club 55-56. CHOWDEB. ROSEMAHY: CSU 55-58g Junior Classical League 55g Cirls' Chorus 55-56g Chorale 56-58: Library Club 57-58g Booster Club 55-58. CUDD. HAROLD: Booster Club 55-58. DABNEY. TOMMY DAVIS. LEE ETTA: Booster Club 56-583 Mustang Mounties 55-57g Junior Classical League 55-57g Nurses' Club 56-57g Junior Sub Debs 56-57. DEAN. WAYNE: FFA 55-58. Vice President 56-573 Track 55-58, Trainer 57- 583 Booster Club 55-58. Stevie 57-58g Art Club 57-58g Aloha Club 57-585 Science Club 57-58g CSU 57-58. DEES. LINDA: Booster Club 55-58g CSU 55-58g Band 55-56g Distributive Education 56-58. Treasurer 56-57, Reporter 57-58, Sweetheart 56-575 Aloha Club 56-57. DeHART. MICKEY: Booster Club 57-583 Chess Club 57-58g Football Man- ager 57-58. DEICHMAN. MARJORIE: Aloha Club 57-58g Booster Club 55-583 Senior Sub Debs 57-58g FHA 57-58. Treasurer. I82 IINDA DEES MICKEY DeHART MARJORIE DEICHMANN 1 sz- Q ' 'LEX S1-nior lwauty finalists post- for the Corral came-ra. iroats . . unquenchable spirit DENMAN. JACKIE: Booster Club 55-585 CSU 55-585 Business Club 57-583 Junior Sub Delis 57: Brigade 55-56. DENNIS. DARNELL: Booster Club 55-583 CSU 55-58g CAA 55-57g ,lunior Sub Debs 56-57g Senior Sub Debs 57-58g Brigade 55-58, Regulars 56-58, Corporal 57-58g Aloha Club 56-58g Spanish Club 55-565 Speech Club 57-58. DIETZSCHOL. MARY LYNN: Booster Club 55-58g Aloha Club 56-57g Sen- ior Sub Debs 57-58g Brigade 55-58, Regulars 57-58, Bugle Corps. DOLLAR, FREDDIE: Art Clubg Booster Club. DOMINY, CHARLES: Booster Club 55-58g CSU 57-58. DOTY, GARLAND I83 MARY LYNN DIETZSCHOL FREDDIE DOLLAR CHARLES DOMINY K SENIOR CLASS OF 7 JACKIE DENMAN DANNELL DENNIS GARLAND DUTY IOR CLASS OF 9 NORMA DREWS MORRIS DUNCAN MARTHA DUNHAM DIAN DOYEN LINDA DOYLE we Wrote term themes du DOYEN. DIAN: Booster Club 55-58, Scribe Booster 57-58g CSU 55-583 Jun- ior Sub Debs 56-57g Senior Sub Debs 57-58, 'Sergeant-at-Arms 57-58g Head Cheerleader 57-58: Corral Staff 563 Senior Beauty Finalistg Aloha Club 57-58. DOYLE, LINDA: Brigade, Regulars 55-57, Left Color Guard Brigade Flag 57-58. Letter 56-583 Booster Club 55-583 CSU 55-58g Junior Sub Debs 56-573 Senior Sub Debs 57-583 Speech Club 57-58, Parliamentarian 57- 58g Corral Staff, Assistant Sophomore Editor 55-,56, Junior Editor 56- 57. Business Manager 57-583 Quill and Scroll 57-583 Aloha Club 56-58. DREWS. NORMA: Green Masque Players, Reporter 56-57, Secretary 57- 58g CSU 56-583 Booster Club 56-583 Senior Sub Debs 57-582 Aloha Club 57-583 Speech Club 57-583 Junior Sub Debs 56-57. DUNCAN. MORRIS: Science Club 57-583 Art Club 56-58, Letters 56-58g Track 56-58. DUNHAM. MARTHA: Booster Club 55-583 CSU 55-583 Brigade 55'58Q Regu- lars Co. "B" 56-583 Junior Sub Debs 56-57g Business Club 57-58. DURDEN, HAROLD DURRETT, HARRIS EAGLE, GORDON: Booster Club 55-58. I84 HAROLD DURDEN HARRIS DURRETT GORDON EAGLE K A Y ICA ST If 11 I ,Y 111 1111111111111 'lftc' 1 .1 U Y CE I-IBN ER BETT U 1 1 t11: night before ICBNICH. JUYCIC: 1111 1fAS'1'lf11l.Y. KAY: 1s0YN'11Ilg!, Club 57: lloosler Club 5. -. 3 55-58. l'1'11g11'11111 Clliill' Y LOU ECKICIBERQZ 5 58 C511 55-57: 191111 1111111 57-58. 11s1111' Cl11b 56 58' Ar 1 . -. , 1 1?1P1'y Te11111 56-58. 1'fCK1C1.11lf11C. ISICTTY LOU 1'1CK1'1l1'1'. l,lN: l11111sl1'1' Club 55-58. C11s11 Booster 583 511111111 Club 57-581 CSI? 57-58: 3111111111 Sub D1-bs 56-571 Sf'l11Ul' S1111 Deb- 57-58: 5111110111 ff11u111'11 55-58: C1111111 Stuff 561 M11j111'1'It1' 56-57. 11151111 lN111j111'1'I111 57-58' N11l11111111 111111111 5111111-ty 57-58. 1"1J1'f111 1'Yl" ' 1. . x 51: 11lHlN1l'I' Club ff'-T 55-56. S111'111l 11111117111 5' 5 .gi ,j,U,r-'r 77 181 C511 55-58' F1 - . l1lll'f' NlIl'St'Q. Club . 1 1111 5.1-.163 3111111111 Sub Dabs 56-57: 51-11i111' Sub 131-11- 57-58: Kxlilllil Club 56-583 1gl'1QLilL1f' 55-58 611' ' 1111 1111 ll . . 1 1111111111 1111. C 56-57. S1J1'g1?1111t 11, .11-.181 1111111111-1111 Rf'IPI'9St'Yl1d11Vf.' 55-56: 111111 C1111-s 11111 -1-11l11l111' 56-57. l'l 1'Nl UU LIN ICCKICICI 111-- 2 . . N.-Xl,IJ: 11111111 56-58: 11I'f'llt'S1l'Ll 57-583 Key Club. 1'1l.1.lU'1"l'. ,llililillfjz C1111-1'l1'111l111' 57-583 V11ll1xyb11l1 711911111 55-58. 11111115 55- l',X'I'SY l'flNl.'Xl1 58: '1'1-11111- 111021111 55-58. 1,1't111r- 55-583 111111-11'1' Club. Assisl1111l C1111'f 111111-11-1' 57-583 Junior Sub Dvbs 56-57: 811111111 Sub D1-bs 57-583 CSU 55-583 .-11111111 Club 56-581 U11 W111111111 1111 21 Day 573 Bowling Club 55 lJONM.lJ I'1l,XN1 .11 CHRIIE 1iI.1.1OTT -11. 1'-1fUlf"l .Xhrk X'N1l1 . ' 11. L ' .y1'h1h11l'5 ' Luuy, Q 111111K 111111UnY khkl 11W Allllm ll xqr 5 julm K 1-llv 1l11111'l' 2 1 uw11'kS- an DOROTHY ICMMONS ANN ICSTFS BARBARA EVANS .IANIE ICVINS JIMMY FAR R BII.I, EVANS badges of our superior knowledge ICNIMONS. DOROTHY FSTRS. ANN: Rooster Club 55-58: CSU 55-58: CAA 55-56: Chorale 56-58: Volleyball Team 56-58: ,lunior Sub Debs 56-58: Senior Sub Debs 57-58: Spet-ell Club 58. EVANS, BARBARA: Booster Club 55-58: ,lunior Sub Debs 56-57: Senior Sub Debs 57-58: Aloha Club 56-57: Brigade Bugle Corps 56-57, Bari- tone Sergeant 57-58: National Honor Society 57-58. EVANS. BILI.: Science Club 57-58. Activity Chairman 57-58: Booster Club 57-58: FFA 55-56-58: Track 57-58. IZVINS. JANIE: Booster Club 55-58: CSU 55-58: Volleyball Manager 57. FARR. JIMMY: Football HB" Team. Letter: "A" Team, Letters 56-58: Booster Club 55-57. FARRINCTON, RICHARD: Art Club 57-58: Booster Club 57-58. FERGUSON. Beatrice: Booster Club 55-58: Distributive Education 56-58: CAA 55-56: Junior Sub Debs 56-58: CSU 55-58. FERRIS. LEROY: Booster Club 56-58: Round-Up Circulation Manager 57, Business Manager 58: Spanish Club 56. I86 RICHARD FARRINCTON BEATRICE FERGUSON LEROY FERRIS :SENIOR CLAss ' or 9 Top Brigade offivers lead the Scotties in the First Day Performance 5 wear our class rings proudly FETNER. CHARLENE: Booster Club 55-585 CSU 55-585 Future Nurses Club 55-563 Business Club 56-58. FINE. EDITH: Booster Club 56-58g Aloha Club 57-583 Future Teachers of America 57-58. FITE. M. C.: Booster Club 56-57. FLORES. RACHEL: Booster Club 56-58. FLOWERS. PATSY: Booster Club 55-58g FHA 56-58. Secretary 56. Presi- dent 57-58g Student Council 55-565 .lunior Sub Debs 56-57. FOOTE. RICHARD: Booster Club 56-583 Art Club 57-583 ROTC 55-573 Chess Club 57-58. IB7 M. C. FITE RACHEL FLORES PATSY FLOWERS CHARLENE FICTNER EDITH FINE RICHARD FOOTE SENIOR CLASS OF ' CORDELI.-X FRENCH EARLYN FROELICH JOE Flil,l.EN JEANNE FOSTER PATRICIA FOSTER made track stars by IIGCCSSIIY FOSTER. JEANNE: Booster Club 55-58: CSU 55-57: Brigade 55-58. Trumpet Sergeant 57-58: Green Masque Players 57-58: National Honor Society 57-58: Speech Club 57-58: Senior Sub Debs 57-58. FOSTER. PATRICIA: Band 55-58: Orcbestra 57-58: Booster Club 57-58: CSU 56-57: National Honor Society 57-58. FRENCH. CORDELIA: Booster Club 55-58: Mustang Mounties 55-56: Band 55-58. Letters 55-571 Swimming Team Letter 55-56:CSU 55-58: Junior Classical League 55-56. Future Nurses Club 55-56: Round-Up Reporter 56-57. FROLICH. EARLYN: Booster Club 55-58: CSU 55-58: Brigade 55-58. Lieu- tenant of Bugles 57-58. Letter 57-58: Student Council 55-56. Correspond- ing Secretary 57-58: Junior Sub Debs 56-57. Membership Secretary: Aloba Club 56-58: FHA 57-58. Treasurer: Senior Sub Debs 57-58: Future Teachers Club 57-58. Girls' Chorus 57. FULLEN. JOE: Green Masque Players 55-58. President 56-57. Sergeant-at Arms 57-58: Golf Team 56-58. Captain 57-58: Booster Club 55-58. FULLER. LOUIS: ROTC Officers Club 57-58: Booster Club 55-58: Drill Platoon 55-58. GANN. CURTIS: Booster Club 55-58: Junior Classical League 55-57. GARCIA. LUPE: FHA 56-58: Junior Red Cross 56-57. l88 LOUIS FULLER CURTIS CANN LUPE GARCIA JUDY llMi'I'NEli VIVIAN GASSMAN JO ANN GIBSON DWANI-I GIBSON e WOIIOI miss the run for classes CABTNEB. JUDY: Booster Club 55-583 Brigade 55g Swimming Team Chorale 57-58: Senior Sub Debs 57-583 CSU 55-58g Aloha Club l-'IIA 57-58g Girls' Chorus 57. GASSMAN, VIVIAN: Booster Club 57-583 Volleyball Team 57-58. GIBSON. JO ANN: CSU 564 Booster Club 57-583 junior Sub Debs Senior Sub Debs 58. GIBSON, DWANE: Booster Club 55-58. CILL. JOHN. Booster Club 55-58g CSU 55-58g ROTC 55-57. GILL, MARY JANE: Distributive Education 56-58. Reporter 56-57, urer 57-584 Booster Club 57-583 CAA 55-573 CSU 55-58g DE heart 58. CILL, ROY: Booster Club 55-58g FFA 57-58. 55-57 57-58 57-58 Treas- Sweet JOHN CII I I-89 MARY JANE tLll.L BOY GILI. 1 ' xl . x X Lltdf , . . SUDPMM ll. , TSronl'0 W lml to advvfllf' - I, 't Uovflwm' 1' Yuius tirrv Wm on htm s:l BRENDA GILLIAM EARL GODWIN FRED GOFF DORALYN COKA RODNEY GOODMAN CHARLES GOODWIN our shoes ruined, our feet so GILLIAM. BRENDA: Booster Club 55-583 CSU 55-583 Junior Sub Debs 56-573 Oil Woman for a Day 582 Junior Classical League 55-58. Parlia- mentarian 56g Science Club 57-58. GODWIN, EARL: Booster Club 55-583 CSU 55-583 Science Club 57-583 Chess Club 57-583 ROTC 56-583 Spanish Club 55-573 Green Masque Players 57-583 Hi-Y 56-58. Vice President 56-57, Secretary 57-583 Bowl- ing Club 55-58. GOFF. FRED: Booster Club 55-583 Band 55-58, First Lieutenant 57-583 Key Club 57-583 Orchestra 57-58. GOKA, DORALYN: Brigade 55-58. Regulars 56-583 Junior Classical League 56-573 Booster Club 55-583 CSU 55-583 Aloha Club 56-583 Junior Sub Debs 56-573 Senior Sub Debs 57-583 Chorale 57-583 Girls' Chorus 57 GOODMAN, RODNEY: Booster Club 55-583 Aloha Club 57-583 Oil Man for a Day 583 CSU 55-56. GOODWIN. CHARLES: Booster Club 55-583 CSU 55-563 Football Team 55-58 .'gB" Team 55-56, Junior Varsity 56-57, "A" Team 57-58, Letters 56-583 Corral Staff, Assistant Sports Editor 57-583 Runner-Up Pigskin Press Award 57-583 Track 57-583 Fire Patrol 56-573 Bowling Team 56-573 Aloha Club 56-583 Projectors Club 55-56. GRAY, ANN: Booster Club 55-583 Aloha Club 56-573 Junior Sub Debs 56- 573 FHA 58g Volleyball Team 57-583 Mustang Mounties 55. GRAY, RAYMOND: Booster Club 55-573 Football Team 55-58. MBU Team 55-56. Junior Varsity 56-57. HA" Team 57-58. Letter 57-583 Track 57-58. GREBER, EDMUND: Booster Club 55-583 Student Council 55-573 Junior Classical League 55-573 Apollo 56-573 Green Masque Players 57-583 Forensic League 57-58, Vice President 57-583 National Forensic League 583 Debate Club 573 Key Club 56-58, Secretary-Treasurer 57-58, Vice President 57-58. ANN GRAY RAYMOND GRAY EDMUND GREBER sig 1 .5 ltlllkllllldlllt woulzlut ln ilu .ann wltllout our famou- xlllhlllllgl liuml. 0 ll'll1lglF from sllack to building 1.lil'.l'.N. lill.l.N: Hoo-tm' Llulu .m-58: lin-Q-lmll 56-58. lrtlf-rs 56-58: Oil Nluu for ll lluy 58: CSU 57-58. 1' l ' ' 4 ' ' ' V l' ' ' F ,lnl'.1.0HN. :I'Xf.lx: lioosle-1' f.lul1 5.x-58: fhll 55-56: .Nfl Qlulm 57-583 1.111-11 Masque' llluye-rf: Slmlvul flouuvil 56-57. 1-Kll'l'lN. .lfXNll.l'.: liuml 55-58. l,c-Ile-r 55-58: liooste-1' Llulr 55-58: lhll rr, . , . F, . . . .m-.162 Slmlvul l.0llIIl'll on-56: 54'l1IllI5 Sub IJ:-lb 57-58: Art fllllll 57-58: xlllSliillgL Nlouulie-s 55-56: C.-MX 55-56: .llllllilf Cla--il-ul l,f'LlQLllt' 55-56. KLICIVKS. NICK: flllilfillf' 55-58. I.iln-uriun 56-57. Pre--irlz-nt 57-58: lioostf-r illulw 55-58: CSU 55-58: Ke-y illulm 57-58: 'llvnnis 'l'vum 56-58. 1llllXffXl"l"l. .'XN'I'll0NY: -Xrl Clulr 56-58. I.:-tl:-r 56-57: Hoof-lvr Clull 55-58: ROTC 55-57. llIlU5,ll'l.'XN. VICIC: llrigaulv 55-58. Rc-gulur 56-57. ffuptaiu Co. li 57-58: CSU 55-58: liooslvr fflulr 55-58: .luuior Sul: IL-las 56-57: Svuior Sul: IL-las 57-58: lfulurv 'll1'2lK'lll'I'S of 'xIIlPI'll'2l 57-58. l're-firlvnt 57-58: Nu- liouul Honor Som-ivty 57-58: Ixltlllil Clulm 56-57: Y-'for-ns 55-56. IANIIIIC 1lIill"IflN NICK CLIZIYAS I9I ANTHONY il RIZXAIVFI E IOR CLASS OF 9 lill LY URI l VN IXCK URI VIIII QLNUSII UN SE IOR CLASS OF 9 RAY GUSTIN CAROLYN GUTHRIE .IIM HAGAN 1 uf'-f1'.azs2iH23,-WE WW' - - K ' YOLONDA CUERRA SHIRLEY GUICE even after physics I and GUERRA, YOLANDA: Booster Club 55-58. CUICE, SHIRLEY: Booster Club 55-583 Junior Classical League 55-563 Vol- leyball Team 56-583 National Honor Society 57-583 Junior Sub Debs 56-573 CSU 57-58. GUSTIN, RAY: Bowling Club 55-563 Booster Club 56-573 National Honor Society 57-58. GUTHRIE, CAROLYN: Art Club 56-583 Booster Club 55-583 Aloha Club 57-583 Senior Sub Debs 57-583 CSU 56-57. HAGAN, JIM: Booster Club 55-583 Baseball Team 57-583 CSU 57-58. HAMBRICK, JOY: Booster Club 55-583 CSU 55-58g Brigade 56-583 Junior Sub Debs 56-573 Senior Sub Debs 57-58. HAMILTON, MARY SUE: Student Council Representative 553 Booster Club 55-583 CSU 55'58Q Brigade 55-58, Corporal 57-583 Junior Sub Debs 56- 57? Senior Sub Debs 57-583 FHA 56-58, Secretary 56, Parliamentarian 57-583 Girls' Chorus 57-58. HAMPTON, BILLIE: Booster Club 55-583 CSU 55-583 Aloha Club 56-583 Junior Sub Debs 56-573 Senior Sub Debs 57-583 Brigade 55-58, Right Color Guard of Texas Flag 57-583 Library Club 56-58, Treasurer 57-58. I92 JOY HAMBRICK MARY SUE HAMILTON BILLIE HAMPTON MII DRED HASTY JOYCE HAWKINS l'AYDI'fI.LE HANNA WILLIAM HARDY BILL HARLAN MARY HAROI D e st1ll Wonder why boats float HANNA. FAYDICLLE HARDY. WILLIAM HARI.AN.l3ILI,: Booster Club 55-583 CSU 56-58g Green Masque Players 57-58g Football Team 55-58. "B" Team 56-57. Letter. Varsity 57-58 Let- terg Track 56-58. Letters 56-584 Christmas Postmaster 57-58g Aloha Club 57-58g Student Council 55-56. HAROLD, MARY: Booster Club 55-585 Y-Teens 56-57g CSU 56-573 Aloha Club 57-584 Bowling Club 57-58: Brigade 55. IIARRELL. KENNICTH: Booster Club 55-583 CSU 55-583 Aloha Club 57-584 Library Club 57-58. HASTY. IVIILDRICD: Camp Archery 56-583 Art Club 57-583 Booster Club 55-58g CSU 56-57. HAWKINS. JOYCE: FHA 57-58. I93 if work hard m X yn IPYTY dea C al stall memlJKT 'lilly approathmtl Off 5 uxvfl A DONALD HAYC OOD JOHNNY HEARD DAVID HEINLEIN JAMES HENSARLING our membership in national honor socle HAYGOOD. DONALD: Band 55-585 Orchestra 55-575 National Honor So- ciety 57-585 Key Club 57-58. Assistant Program Chairman5 Junior Clas- sical League 55-565 Booster Club 55-585 Fire Patrol 56-585 Oil Man for a Day 58. HEARD, JOHNNY: Booster Club 55-585 CSU 55-585 Band 55-575 Green Masque Players 56-585 Forensic League 55-565 National Forensic League 55-58, Vice President 57-585 American Legion Club 56-585 Aloha Club 57-585 Swimming Manager 57-58. HEINLEIN, DAVID: Bowling Club 55-58, President 57-585 ROTC 55-58, Officers Club 57-585 Booster Club 55-585 Battalion Executive Officer. HENSARLING, JAMES HERRIN, JOHNNY: Booster Club 55-585 Science Club 57-585 Speech Club 56-575 ROTC 55-58. Officers Club 57-58, Drill Platoon 55-575 Aloha Club 57-585 CSU 57-585 Round-Up 57-58, Assistant Photographer, Sports Writerg Key Club 55-57. HICKLIN, LEMOYNE: Booster Club 55-58. HIEATT, IRA: Booster Club 55-58. HILDEBRANDT, MARGARET: Brigade 55-58, Left Color Guard Brigade Flag 57-58. Letter 57-585 CSU 55-585 CAA 55-565 Mustang Mounties 55- 565 Junior Sub Debs 56-575 Senior Sub Debs 57-585 Spanish Club, Social Chairman 56-575 Aloha Club 57-585 Booster Club 57-58. HINKLE, RUTH: CSU 55-585 Spanish Club 55-56, Program Chairman 55-565 Chorale 56-585 CAA 56-575 Future Teachers of America 57-585 National Honor Society 57-58. I94 IRA HIEATT MARGARET HILDEBRANDT RUTH HINKLE 1 'Wg' - - "i Q - ,,r+xXtu2ff'-1t Newly installed members of the National Honor Society, Wanda Baker, Brenda Walker, and Joanne Rohlf, proudly display their souvenirs. roves the vastness of our intelligence HINRICHSEN, JOHN: National Honor Society 57-58, Booster Club 55-58. HITT, JOHNNY: Booster Club 55-58, National Forensic League 57-58, Foren- sic League 57-58, "B" Team Football 55, Junior Varsity 56, Varsity 57, Projectors' Club 57-58. HODNETT, KATHRYN: Booster Club 55-58, Senior Sub Debs 57-58, CSU 55-58. HOLDER, LINDA: Booster Club 55-58, Junior Sub Debs 56-57, Brigade 55-58,.Corporal 57-58, Letter 57-58, CSU 57-58, CAA 55 56' Student Council 55-58, Spanish Honor Society 56-57, Vice President, Senior Sub Debs, Spanish Club 56-57. HOLLAND, ESTHER HOLLEY, MARY 55-57, National Forensic League 55, Brigade 55. LOU: CSU 55-58, Booster Club 55-58, Forensic League I95 KATHRYN HODNETT LINDA HOLDER ESTHER HOLLAND SE IOR CLASS OF ' JOHN HINRICHSEN JOHNNY HITT MARY LOU HOLLEY IOR CLASS BARBARA HOOD SYLVIA HOWARD plans for college, onee thought distal HOOD, BARBARA: Booster Club 55'57Q Brigade 55'57Q Bowling Club 56-573 FHA 55'57Q CSU 55-58. HOWARD, SYLVIA: CSU 56-583 Booster Club 55'58Q Mustang Mounties 55'57Q Student Council 56-573 Green Masque Players 56-57. HOWARD, WILBUR RAY HUNTER. BETTY: CSU 55-58, Secretary-Treasurer 57-583 Booster Club 55-58g Brigade 55-58. Drum Corps 56-57, Lieutenant Bagpipe Drums 57-58, Letter 58? Runner-Up Sophomore Beauty 55-563 Junior Sub Debs 56-57, President3 Senior Sub Debs 57-583 Aloha Club 56-58. HURST, PAT INCE, CHARLES JACKSON, JERRY JACKSON, MARY BETH: CSU 55-563 Booster Club 55-57Q Junior Sub Debs 56-573 National Forensic League 55-583 Forensic League 55-56g Speech Club 55-563 Brigade 55-57. I96 CHARLES INCE JERRY JACKSON MARY BETH JACKSON ' - Q X - Q- "I JEANNE JOHNSON SUSIE JOHNSTON GILBERT JACOBSON MICHAEL JANUARY CAROL IARED DICK JOHNSON nom before us, alarlningly near JACOBSON. GILBERT: Booster Club 55-58g Track Team 55-58, Captain 56-57. Letters 55'58: Basketball Team. "B" Team 55-56. "A" Team 56-58. JANUARY. MICHAEL: Booster Club 55-58: ROTC 55-58. ROTC Officers Club 57-58. Drill Platoon 55-58. Drill Platoon Commander 57-58. Regi- mental Color Guard 57-58. Commander. JARICD. CAROLE: Booster Club 55-583 CSU 55'58Q Spanish Club 56-57. Vice President 56-573 Spanish National Honor Society 56-573 Junior Sub Debs 56-573 Senior Sub Debs 57-583 Brigade 55-58, Lieutenant Co. B 57'58Q Aloha Club 57-58. JOHNSON. DICK: Science Club 55-561 Booster Club 55-58g CSU 55-58g Aloha Club 57-583 Bowling Club 56-573 ROTC, Officers Club 57-58, Drill Platoon 55-56. Company Commander 57-583 Key Club 57-583 Speech Club 56-57. JOHNSON. FRANCES: Booster Club 55-583 Library Club 55-58, Vice Presi- dent 56-583 Round-Up News Editor 57. Sports Editor of Pigskin Press 57: Aloha Club 57-583 Senior Council Representative. JOHNSON. JEANNE: ROTC 57-58. Sponsor. Officers Club, Sponsor" Rifle Team: Quill and Scroll 57-583 Round-Up Staff 56-58, Make-Up Editor 56-57. Associate Editor 57. Managing Editor 58g CSU 55'58Q CAA 55-56g Booster Club 55-583 Junior Sub Debs 56-573 Senior Sub Debs 57-583 Aloha Club 56-581 Junior Red Cross 56-573 Future Nurses 55-58g Bowl- ing Club 56-583 Library Club 55-561 Chorale 56-58, Letter. Ton JOllNS'I'ON. SUSIE: Brigade 55-58. Drum Corps 56-57. Sergeant Bag- pipe Drums 57-583 Aloha Club 57-583 Senior Sub 55-583 Booster Club 55-58: CAA 56-573 Spanish Clul 55-58. I 97 uw :HWS IW T t Dian n ar fm' Kari """"'T UK T l and Ja' t I dw K Nvw Roiil1ll'Ulinl.diiti Editor Q at yn BARBARA JONES JANICE JONES PATRICIA JONES PATSY JONES notes in sketchy, scribbled shorthand JONES, BARBARA JONES. JANICE JONES, PATRICIA: Orchestra 55-58: Band 57-58: Booster Club 55-58: CSU 55-58. JONES, PATSY: Booster Club 55-58. JONES. TOMMY: Booster Club 55-58: Football Team 56-58: Baseball Team 56-58: Golf Team 57: Vice President Senior Class 57-58. JORDAN, TOMMYE: Booster Club 55-58: CSU 55-58: Green Masque Play- ers 57-58: Junior Classical League 55-58: National Forensic League 57- 58: Chorale 55: Aloha Club 57-58: Student Council 57-58: Oil Woman for a Day 57: Tennis Team 55-57: Volleyball Team 55: Y-Teens 56-58. KALENDA, STEPHEN: Booster Club 55-58: ROTC 55-58, Drill Platoon 55- 56, Company Commander 57-58, Officers Club 57-58: Junior Classical League 55-57: Science Club 57-58. KARP, DAVID: Art Club 55-58: Booster Club 57-58. KEITH, GAYLE: CSU 55-58: Junior Sub Debs 56-57, Parliamentarian: Sen- ior Sub Debs 57-58: Finalist Sophomore Favorite: Finalist Junior Favor- ite: Green Masque Players 57-58: Brigade 55-58, Co. C 55, Corporal Co. C 56-58: Student Council 56-58, Vice President 57-58: Booster Club 55-58. I98 STEPHEN KALENDA DAVID KARP GAYLE KEITH .,.1,---f"' Tabulating the judges' votes for Corral beauties are staff members and sponsor Mr. Cullen. wed us little time KEITH. .lOHN: Booster Club 55-58: CSU 55-58: Aloha Club 57-58. Vice President: Student Council 56-57. KELLOUGH. KAY: Booster Club 55-58: CSU 55-58: FHA 55-57, Treasurer 55-57: Y-Teens 55-56: Speech Club 56-58: Green Masque Players 57-58: Aloha Club 57-58: Junior Sub Debs 56-57: Senior Sub Debs 57-58: CAA 55-56. KELLEY. JOHN: Booster Club 55-58: Key Club 57-58: Aloha Club 57-58: Science Club 57-58: Bowling Club 56-58: Track Team 56-58, Cross Country 57: CSU 57-58. KELLY. BII.l,: Booster Club 55-58: Spanish Club 57-58: Spanish National Honor Society 57-58: National Honor Society 57-58, Vice President 57-58: Sergeant-at-Arms of Senior Class 57-58: Valedictorian 57-58: American Legion Club 55: Basketball Team 56-58, Letters 56-58: Fire Patrol Bat- talion Chief 57-58: Oil Man for a Day 57: Band 55-56: Key Club 56: Honorable Mention All-City Basketball. KELLY, TOM: Booster Club 55-58: Spanish National Honor Society 57-58: Band 55-56: Basketball Team 55-58, NB" Team 55, "A" Team 56-58, Letters 56-58: National Honor Society 57-58, Sergeant-at-Arms: Oil Man for a Day 57: Fire Patrol 57-58: American Legion Club 55: President of Senior Class 57-58: Key Club 56. KENNEDY. B. E.: Baseball Team 56-58: Basketball "B" Team 56-57: Boost- er Club 55-58. 199 JOHN KI'3l-I-FY BILL KELLY ToM KELLY SENIOR CLASS OF 7 JOHN KEITH KAY KELLOUCH B. E. KENNEDY SENIOR CLASS EDDIE KETTER MARCIA KIRK CHARLES KIRKWOOD JOYCE KENNEDY ROYCE KENNEDY twenty-f our hour slumber parties - a KENNEDY, JOYCE: Brigade 55-58, Corporal Co. A 57-583 Booster Club 55- 58, CSU 55-583 FHA 57-583 Junior Classical League 56-573 Junior Sub Debs 56-57, Senior Sub Debs 57-58. KENNEDY. ROYCE: Booster Club 55-57, CSU 55-563 Junior Classical League 56-573 Distributive Education 57-58. KETTER, EDDIE: Booster Club 55-573 FFA 55-58. KIRK, MARCIA: Brigade 55-58, Captain of Records 57-58, Letters 56-583 CSU 55-58, Program Chairman 57-583 Booster Club 55-58, Spanish Club 56-583 Spanish National Honor Society 57-58, Secretaryg Senior Sub Debs 57-583 CAA 56-573 National Forensic League 56-583 Forensic League 56-573 Y-Teens 55-56. KIRKWOOD, CHARLES KLEVENHAGEN, JOHNNY: Booster Club 55'58Q Aloha Club 57-583 Student Council 57-583 Track Team 55-583 Oil Man for a Day. KNIGHT, NANCY KNIGHT, NORMAN: Booster Club 55'57Q Aloha Club 56-573 Key Club 56-573 Bowling Club 57-58. 200 JOHNNY KLEVENHAGEN NANCY KNIGHT NORMAN KNIGHT : W '51 - GRACE KRAMMER FRANK KUBIN BRENDA KUHLMAN PECCQY KEELAND iight to talk, all day to reouperate KBAMMEB. GRACE: Brigade Bugle Corps 56-585 Senior Sub Delis 57-58g Booster Club 55-58: CSU 55-56. KUBIN. FRANK: Booster Club 55-58. KUIILMAN. BRENDA: Booster Club 55-575 Junior Classical League 55-563 Aloha Club 57-583 Bowling Club 57-583 Forensic League 55-58. KEELAND. PEGGY LACINA. DENNIS: Booster Club 55-583 Alolla Club 57-583 Bowling Club 55-561 Track Team 57-58. LACY. JERRY: Booster Club 55-585 Alolia Club 56-573 Bowling Club 56-58. l.c-ttf-rs: Corral Staff. General Assistant 56-57. Assistant Sports Editor 57-58: CSU 55-56g ,lunior Classical League 55-56. LAIRD. VERNON: Booster Club 55-58. 20I VERNON LAIRD JERRY LAC Y I f , uw- 4 "Stevie" ltlwlgl t.3lilzlll5'- band Plaw al A P ' 'xml ll Umm! DENNIS LACINA ,l 4 HhlSI'IlNI I KSH CAROLYN LAWLESS SIIERRY LAWSON KAREN LEWIS for the Corral, proofs - of the goo LASH. CHRISTINE: Booster Club 55-58: National Honor Society 57-58: Spanish National Honor Society 57-58: Spanish Club 55-58. Treasurer 56- 57: Aloha Club 56-57: Rolling Ponies 57-58: Student Council 57-58: Future Teachers 55-56. LAWLESS. CAROLYN: Round-Up Staff 56-58. Assistant Feature Editor 56. Feature Editor 56-57. Editor-in-Chief 57-58: Runner-Up Miss Round-Up 57-58: Brigade 55-58. Co. C 55-58. Corporal 56-57. Sergeant 57-58: Aloha Club 57-58: Quill and Scroll 57-58. Parliatnentarian 57-582 CSU 55-58: Junior Sub Debs 56-57: Booster Club 55-58: American Legion Club 55-58: Science Club 57-58: Y-Teens 55-56. Vice President 55-56: National Honor Society 57-58. LAWSON. SHERRY LEWIS. KAREN: Round-Up Staff 56-58. Copy Editor 56. Make-Up Editor 57. Editor-in-Chief 57-58. Editor Pigskin Press 56: Finalist Miss Round- Up 57: Quill and Scroll: Aloha Club 57-58: Booster Club 55-58: CSU 55-58: Chorale 57-58: Senior Council Midterm Class: Spanish Club 55-56: Junior Sub Debs 56-57: CAA 55. LEWIS. MARY: Booster Club 55-58: FHA 56-58. Co-Song Leader. LEXVIS. THOMAS: Booster Club 55-58. LOCCINS. JUDY: Brigade 55-58. Top Sergeant Co. C 57-583 Booster Club 55-58: CSU 55-58: Student Council 55-56. LONG. JEAN: Booster Club 55-58: Future Teachers 56-57: CSU 55-58: ,Junior Sub Delis 56-57: Senior Sub Debs 57-58: Aloha Club 56-58: Brigade 55-58. Co. B 56-58. Corporal Co. B 57-58. LOVERDI. JOE 202 JUDY LOGGINS JEAN LONG JOE LOVFRDI filll'l'lill'llfit'F4 holrl summer practice to lc-arn all the tricks. oks native to all seniors LOWIC. ANNIE: Booster Club 55-58: Student Council 55-57: CSU 55-58: Junior Sub Debs 56-57. Social Chairman 56-57: Senior Sub Debs 57-58: Brigade 55-58. Bugle Corps 56-58: FHA 55-58. Vice President 56-57. l'resident 57-58. LOWHY. LYNN: Booster Club 55-58: ROTC 55-57. LUMPKIN, JOYCE: Booster Club 55-58: CSU 55-58: Art Club 56: Chorale 55-58. Treasurer 56-57: Student Council 55-57: Aloha Club 56-58: Junior Sub Debs 56-57: Senior Sub Debs 57-58: Brigade 55-58. Bagpipe Corps 55-57. Adjutant Major 57-58: Runner-Up FFA Sweetheart: Y- Teens 55-56: CAA 55-56. LYONS. .IERRY LOU: Booster Club 55-58: CSU 55-58: Rolling Ponies 56- 58: Sophomore Beauty Finalist 55-56: Junior Sub Debs 56-57: Senior Sub De-bs 57-58: Aloha Club 57-58: Brigade Reserves 55-56: CAA 55-56: Y-Teens 56-57. MCCARLEY. PAT: Booster Club 55-58: CSU 55-58: Junior Sub Debs 56-57: Senior Sub Debs 57-58: Aloha Club 56-58: Student Council 57-58, Treas- urer 57-58: Majorette 57-58: Green and White Revue 55-58. MCCAHTY. SUE: CSU 55: Booster Club 55-57: Aloha Club 57-58: Round-Up Staff 57-58. Typist 57-58: Camp Archery Association 55-58, Captain 56-58. 203 JOYCE LUMPKIN JERRY LOU LYONS PAT McCARLEY SENIOR CLASS OF 9 ANNIE LOWIC LYNN LOWRY SUE McCAli'l'Y SENIOR CLASS OF ' MARILYN McDONALD ROBERT McELYA NIAURICE MCCLOTHLIN JIMMY McKAY in . 3 l CHARMAYNE MCCLINTOCK RANDY MCCRFICHT souvenirs of victorious football seasons MCCLINTOCK, CHARMAYNE: JCL 56-573 Booster Club 55-583 CSU 55-583 Junior Sub Debs 56-573 Aloha Club 57-58. MCCREIGHT. RANDY: Booster Club 55-583 CSU 55-58. MCDONALD, MARILYN: Booster Club 55'58Q CSU 55-583 Library Club 57g Junior Sub Debs 56-573 Aloha Club 56-58Q Senior Sub Debs 57-583 Bri- gade 55-58. Bugle Corps 56-583 FHA 577 Round-Up Staff, Co-Columnist 57, Co-Feature Editor 58. MCELYA. ROBERT: Booster Club 55-583 FFA 55-58. MCCLOTHLIN, MAURICE: CSU 55-582 Booster Club 55-583 Brigade 55-58. Bagpipe Corps 56-57. Captain of Bagpipes 57-58, Letter 57-583 Junior Sub Debs 56-573 Senior Sub Debs 57-583 Quill and Scroll 57-58. Secre- tary 57-583 Aloha Club 56-583 Corral Staff 56-58, Literary Editor 56-57, Co-Feature Editor 57-583 National Honor Society 57-58. McKAY. JIMMY: Booster Club 55-58. MCLEAN, ELIZABETH: Science Club 57-58, Vice President 57-583 Booster Club 55'58Q JCL 55-57, Parliamentarian 56-573 Aloha Club 56-573 Na- tional Honor Society 57-583 Oil Woman for a Day 57. McNEELY, NINA: Brigade 55-58, Bugle Corps 56-57, Sergeant 57-583 CSU 55-56: Booster Club 56-573 Student Council 57-58. 204 ELIZABETH McLEAN A .- --mmslaa-as a l sm NINA McNEELY L ,f IDIS MCQUILKIN VIRGINIA MacMlLLIAN JACKIE MAHAND Joster buttons with green and white ribbons MCQUILKIN, I.OIS: Booster Club 55-58' Brigade Reserves 55 Spanish Club 55 56 5 CSU 55-585 FHA 56-575 Senior Sub Debs 57-585 Aloha Club 57-58. lVIaeMll.l,IAN. VIRGINIA: Brigade 55-58, Drum Corps 56-57, Sergeant Tenor Drums 57-585 Junior Sub Delis 56 57' Senior Sub D b 55 . , -. , e s . -585 Aloha Club 57-585 Booster Club 55-585 CSU 55-585 Library Club 57. MAHAND. .IACKIEQ Booster Club 57-585 Baseball 56-58. INIAIICIOTTA. EVA: A rchery Team 56-57, Manager 565 Y-Teens 55-565 Booster Club 55-585 City Archery Letter 56. MARHOFI-IR. JERRY MARQUISZ, LUCY: Bo oster Club 57-585 Tri-Hi-Y 57-58. MARTIN. RONNIE: Booster Club 55-585 CSU 55-573 Art Club 56-575 ROTC 55-575 Debate Team 55-565 Aloha Club 57-585 Bowling Team 575 Speech Club 55-56. EVA MARCIOTTA JERRY MARHOFICR 205 LUCY MARQUEZ RONNIE MARTIN orelel L Fu NIIS-5 Blakely 8 ball team ITU' h' m intramuraI volley' , 'NHS Il . . ge letter lor 5TTTllp:1DoriS Banqud' cw- L ,uf ' PDO" WC JOAN MASON BORBIE JEAN MERRILL LAVELL MERRITT MARILYN MEYER SALLY MILAM SHARON MAY KATHY MEDLEY GLORIA MELVILL a favor granted only to seniors: MASON, JOAN: Booster Club 55-58, FHA 55-58, Senior Sub Debs 57-58, Brigade Reserves 55-56, CSU 55-58, Y-Teens 56-57. MAY, SHARON MEDLEY. KATHY: Booster Club 55-58, Band 55-58, Letters 55-58, Orches- tra 55-58. Letters 55-58, All-State 57-58, Aloha Club 57-58, Swimming Team 56-57. MELVILL. GLORIA: Booster Club 55-58, FHA 56, Secretary, Red Cross Representative 56-57, CSU 56-58, Junior Sub Debs 56-57, Y-Teens 56, Spanish Club 57, Brigade 55-58, Co. C 56-57, Sergeant of Texas Flag 57-58, Aloha Club 57-58, Senior Sub Debs 57-58, Business Club 57, Program Chairman. MERRILL, BOBBIE JEAN: Booster Club 55-57, CSU 55-57, Aloha Club 56-57, Junior Sub Debs 56-57, Senior Sub Debs 57-58, Brigade 55-58, Drum Corps 56-58, FHA 57-58, Corral Staff 55-56. MERRITT, LAVELL: CSU 55-58, Booster Club 55-58, Brigade 55-58, Na- tional Honor Society 57-58. MEYER, MARILYN: Volleyball Team 55-58, National Honor Society 57-58, Parliamentarian 57-58, Rolling Ponies 57, Booster Club 55-58, CSU 55, Oil Woman for a Day 57, Aloha Club 57-58, Salutatorian, Mid-Term. MILAM. SALLY: Booster Club 55-58, CSU 55-58, Junior Sub Debs 56-57, Senior Sub Debs 57-58, Brigade Reserves 55, Archery Team 57-58, Art Club 57-58. MILLER. JUDY: Booster Club 55-58, CSU 55-58, Aloha Club 57-58, Art Club 57-58, Junior Sub Debs 56-57, Senior Sub Debs 57-58, Band 56-58, Letters 56-58, Spanish Club 56-57, Orchestra 57-58, Letter 57-58. 206 JUDY MILLER 'flfimfvi - ll. ,1 The HRIIYIIIPSI, originate songs to advertise the Bronco Wbirl. brainraeking seholarslup tests MINZE. .IUDY MINZENMAYER. LUTHER: ROTC 55-58. Rifle Team 56-58: Booster Club 55-58. MITCHELL, ANN: Booster Club 55-58: CSU 55-58: Brigade 55-57: Mustang Mouuties 55: Junior Sub Debs 56-57: Senior Sub Debs 57-58: Aloha Club 56-58. MITCHELL. LINDA: Booster Club 55-58: Art Club 58: FHA 58. IVIONTCOIVIERY. JERRELL: Booster Club 55-58. MOON, FRANCES: CSU 55-58: Booster Club 55-58: Bowling Club 57-58: CAA 55-56. 207 ANN MITCHELL LINDA MITCHELL JERRELL MONTGOMERY SENIOR CLASS OF ' .IUDY MINZE LUTHER MINZI-INMAYER FRANCES MOON SENIOR CLASS OF' OWEN MOORE REBECCA MOORE VIRGINIA MORENO 11K DEMPSEY MOORE CENIE MOORE chili and hotdog parties were enjo MOORE. DEMPSEY: Booster Club 55-58: Football 55-56: Basketball 55-58. MOORE. GENIE: Booster Club 55-58: CSU 55-58: Aloha Club 56-57: Li- brary Club 55: Junior Sub Debs 56-57: Archery Club 55: DE 57-58. Secretary and Social Chairman. MOORE. OWEN: Brigade 55-58. Drill Corps 56-57. Top Sergeant of Flag Corps 57-58: Finalist for Sophomore Beauty: Student Council 55-57: CSU 56-58: Booster Club 55-58: Corral Staff 56-58. Literary Editor 56-57. Feature Editor 57-58: Mustang Follies 55-56: Junior Sub Debs 56-57: Senior Sub Debs 57-58. Program Chairman 57-58: Postinistress of Christmas Booth 57: Aloha Club 56-58: Quill and Scroll 57-58: Home- coming Queen 57-58. MOORE, REBECCA: DE 57-58. MORENO, VIRGINIA: Booster Club 55-58: CSU 55-58: CAA 55-57: Junior Sub Debs 56-57: Senior Sub Debs 57-58: Aloha Club 57-58: Art Club 57-58: Speech Club 57-58: Science Club 56-57: Round-Up Exchange Editor 56-57. MORRISS. .IUDYZ-Booster Club 55-58: CSU 55-58: Junior Sub Debs 56-57: Senior Sub Debs 57-58:- Art Club 57-58: Brigade 55-56: Mustang Fol- lies 57-58: Y-Teens 56. MOSELEY, CHARLOTTE: Booster Club 55-58: CSU 55-56: .Iunior Sub Debs 56-57: Senior Sub Debs 57-58: Aloha Club 56-58: Red Cross Represent- ative 56-57: FHA 55: Business Club 57-58, Vice President 57-58: Na- tional Honor Society 57-58. MOYNAHAN, LEE: Swimming Team 55-58: Booster Club 55-58: Football 56. 208 JUDY MORRISS CHARLOTTE MOSLEY LEE MOYNAHAN JAMES MURPHY GARY MURRAY y the members of the lll11Cl11'0OlIl set MURPHY. JAMES: Booster Club 55-58. MURRAY. CARY: Football 55-57 . Junior Varsity, Swimming Team 55-57: Booster Club 55-57, Library Club 55-56: Basketball 56-57. NASH. COVEY: Corral Staff 56-58. Editor-in-Chief 57-58, Sophomore Editor 56-58, Head Cheerleader 57 58' Booster Cl b 55 5 56-57, Letters Booster 57-58g . -. , u - 8, Chief Key Club 56-58, Membership Chairman. Senior Director 57-58, .lunior Rotarian for November 57, Quill and Scroll 57-58, Ser- geant-at-Arms 57-58, Bowling Team 56-58. Letters 57-58: Green Masque Players 57-58, Senior Play 58, CSU 55-58, JCL 55-56: ROTC 55-57: Drill Platoon 56. Rifle Team 56-575 Projectors' Club 55-56g Aloha Club 56-58: Current History Club 56-57: Finalist Most Handsome Sophomore 55-56: Track Team 57-58. NEELY. JANICE: Booster Club 55-585 CSU 55-58, Rolling Ponies 57-58: ,lunior Sub Debs 57: Senior Sub Delis 58: Aloha Club 57-58: FHA 56' Red Cross 56. NEFF. PATRICIA: CSU 55-58: Booster Club 55-58, Senior Sub Debs 58. NELSON. JERRY: Booster Club 55-58, Key Club 57-585 ROTC 55-58, Cap- tain 57-58: Debate 57-58, Rolling Ponies 57-58: Drill Platoon 55-57. Officers' Club 57-58: Speech Club, Austin Forensic League. NICHOLS. SHIRLEY: Booster Club 55-58: Senior Sub-Debs 57-585 CSU 55- 57, Brigade 55-58. Drum Corps 56-58, Captain of Drums 57-583 Mus- tang Mounties 55-57: National Honor Society 57-58. JERRY NELSON SHIRLEY NICHOLS Seniu . lylflhdayg . . ljfall T-5 Lili' SQ COVEY NASH JANICE NEELY PATRICIA N EFF - it ' lixmlllm with n bafllcs' IACQIIELINE NULL DON PALMER DANNY PARIS JO ODER JANELL OFFUTT LARRY OCC fresh air, sunshine, peace and quiet fc NULL, JACQUELINE: Junior Sub Debs 56-57, Senior Sub Debs 57-58: Booster Club 55-583 CSU 56-57: Round-Up 56-58, Co-Make-Up Editor 56-57, Co-Editor April Fool Edition 57, NFL 55-56: Austin Forensic League 55-56: ROTC Sponsor 57-58, Officers Club 57-58: Aloha Club 57-58. ODER, JO: Science Club 57-58: Mustang Mounties 55-56, Treasurer, CSU 55-58, Booster Club 55-58: Band 56-585 Orchestra 55-58: JCL 55-56. OFFUTT, JANELL: Booster Club 56-58: Aloha Club 57-58. OGG, LARRY PALMER, DON: Booster Club 55-58. PARIS, DANNY: CSU 55-58: Key Club 56-58, Treasurer 57-583 ROTC 55-58 Officers Club 57-58, Lieutenant 57-58, Drill Platoon 56-57: Austin For- ensic League 57-58g Speech Club 57-58. PARRISH, DONNA PARSONS, MARCIA: Booster Club 57-58, Senior Sub Debs 57-58, Art Club 57-58. PATRICK, GARY: Booster Club 55-56, FFA 56-57: DE 57-58. 2 I 0 DONNA PARRISH - MARCIA PARSONS GARY PATRICK Drama students Charlotte Cox and Betty Perkins practice for contest play work. IOSC who roughed it outside PAYNE, EUGENE: ROTC 55-585 Booster Club 55-57. PEEBLES, JERRY: Science Club 565 Spanish Club Club 55-585 Football 55-57. PERRY, JOAN: CSU 57-585 FHA 55-565 Booster Club 55-56. PEYTON, MARVIN: Booster Club 55-585 FFA 55-58, 55-57. PHILLIPS, BENNIE: Booster Club 55-585 Business 57-58. SE IOR CLASS OF, 565 CSU 565 Booster Club 55-585 Archery President 57-585 CSU Club 57-58, Secretary PHILLIPS, FAYE: Booster Club 55-585 CSU 55-585 Chess Club 57-585 Mustang Mounties 55-565 JCL 55-565 Austin Forensic League 57-585 Senior Sub-Debs 57-58. JOAN PERRY 2l I MARVIN PEYTON BENNIE PHILLIPS EUGENE PAYNE JERRY PEEBLES FAYE PHILLIPS ICB CLASS WENDEL PHILLIPS PHILLIP PIERCE we provided the efficient, respo PHILLIPS, WENDEL: Booster Club 55-583 CSU 55-58. PIERCE, PHILLIP: Booster Club 55-585 Baseball 55-58. PIETSCH, JEAN: Student Council 55'56Q Booster Club 55'58Q CSU 55'56Q Chorale 56-583 Future Teachers 57-58. Secretary-Treasurer: Senior Sub Debs 57-58. President: National Honor Society 57-583 Aloha Club 57-583 ROTC Sponsor 57-583 Archery Club 55-56. PIPER. PATRICK: Booster Club 55-583 Band 55-58. Second Lieutenant 57- 58g Orchestra 55-58, Vice President 57-583 Key Club 56-583 National Honor Society 57-583 American Legion Award Club 56-573 All-District Band 55-57, All-Region Band 55-573 All-City Orchestra 56-58. All-State 56-58. PIPPIN, JANE: Booster Club 55-58g Spanish Club 55-563 CSU 57-583 Junior Sub Debs 56-573 Senior Sub Debs 57-583 Tennis Team 58. PIZZITOLA. PAT: Brigade 55-58. Colonel 57-58. Bugle Corps 55-57. Letters3 Oil Woman for a Day 573 National Honor Society 57-58. Program Chair- man 57g Junior Sub Debs 56-57. Sergeant-at-Arms3 Y-Teens 56-57. Sec- retaryg. Senior Sub Debs 57-583 Aloha Club 56-583 CSU 55-58Q Booster Club 55-58g Green Masque Players 57-58. PLATT, CHARLES: Booster Club 57-58. PLEDGER. LINDA: National Honor Society 57-58, Treasurer 57g Brigade 55-58. Bagpipe Corps 55-58. Lieutenant 57-583 Lettersg CSU 55-58. Pro- gram Chairman 56-57. Song Leader 57-583 Student Council 55-58. Re- cording Secretary 56-573 Chorale 56-58, Parliamentarian 56-57. Secre- tary 57-583 Co-Editor Handbook and Directory 553 Booster Club 55-583 CAA 55-57. Song Leader 56-57. 2I2 PAT PIZZITOLA CHARLES PLATT LINDA PLEDCER W: I,0RICl.IiI PLOOC PATSY POLAND DAVID PORTER JICANICTTIC POSPISII ble officers found in every school club. PLOOC. LOIIIQLEI: Brigade 55-58. Corporal 56-57. Top Sergeant 57-585 Booster Club 55-585 CSU 55-585 American Legion Club 56-58. Treasurer 56-575 Aloha Club 56-585 National Honor Society 57-585 Junior Sub Dr-bs 56-575 Senior Sub Debs 57-585 Runner-Up FFA Sweetheart 57-585 Aloha Club Publicity Chairman 57-58. POLAND. PATSY: Booster Club 55-585 Archery Team 575 CSU 55-56. POH'l'l'Ili. DAVID: Band 56-575 Booster Club 57-58. POSPISIL, JICANETTE: Brigade 55-58. Corporal 57-585 Booster Club 55-585 Junior Sub Debs 56-57: Senior Sub Debs 57-585 CSU 55-585 Aloha Club 57-58. POWICLL. TOMMY: Booster Club 55-585 Science Club 57-585 Football Manager 57-585 CSU 55-56. PRATT. JIMMY: ROTC 56-58. Sergeantg Booster Club 55-585 CSU 55-565 Drill Platoon 56-575 Key Club 56-57. l'lilCSLl'IY. RAY: CSU 55-565 Booster Club 55-58. N TOMMY POWlzLl, gl 2 I 3 JIM MY PRATT HAY PRESLEY 5 my L? , jo Vf Q A YW I Ira itxeixxllf'ITtBlTT'llD to fyLllY"5l0u - - OTC WS - ., for IW ,oi-wtf , ,wow qetllty, I KatllY 8 c:HAR1,oTT1-3 PRICE HAROLD PRICHARD MAEBETH PRICHARD BARBARA PRING I.INDA PURFURST MARILYN PUSATERI for all, the last year of earefrt PRICE, CHARLOTTE: Booster Club 55-583 CSU 55-58g Y-Teens 57-58g Student Council 57-58g Senior Sub Debs 57-583 Tri-Hi-Y 57-58g Art Club 57-585 Aloha Club 57-583 Brigade 55-58, Corporal Co. C 57-583 Treasurer Mid-Term Class 57-58. PRICHARD, HAROLD: Booster Club 55-58. PRICHARD, MAEBETH: Booster Club 56-58g Green Masque Players 57-58. PRING, BARBARA: Booster Club 557583 Senior Sub Debs 58g Volleyball Team 57-585 CSU 55-56. PURFURST, LINDA: Brigade Reserves 55-56g FHA 55-58, Sergeant-at-Arms 56-57, Librarian 57-58g Art Club 56-58. Letter and Shield 56g CSU 55-585 Booster Club 55-58. PUSATERI, MARILYN: Booster Club 55-58g CSU 589 Aloha Club 583 Green Masque Players 58, Reporterg Mustang Mounties 55-57, Treasurerg Bri- gade 55. PYKA, JULIUS: Booster Club 57-58. RADABAUGH, DOUG: Cheerleader 57-58g Booster Club 55-58g CSU 55-58g Band 56-57g Orchestra 56-58g ROTC 55-56g CAA 56-57. RALLS, CLAUDETTE: Booster Club 55-58g Aloha Club 57-58g Brigade 55- 58, Co. C 56-57, Corporal 57-58. 2l4 JULIUS PYKA DOUG RADABAUGH CLAUDETTE RALL5 ir A i 1 l , s,m,..,.,wg Thr- Mid-Term Senior Play cast believe the theory that "practice makes perfect." auth, thc bllgilllllllg of maturity. RAMEY. DON: Booster Club 55-58g Tennis Team 56-57. RAMIREZ. ERNESTINE: Brigade 55'56Q Booster Club 55-58. FHA 56. RANDALL. CAROLYN: Booster Club 55-583 Student Council 57-583 CSU 55-583 Rolling Ponies 55-58. Vice President 57-583 FHA 57-58, Program Chairman. RANDALL. JERRY: Rooster Club 55-58g FFA 55-58g CSU 55-573 Speech Club 57-58. RAYBURN. JOE: Chorale 56-58g ROTC 55-583 Library Club 55-56g CSU 58g Officers Club 58. REED. ARDEN: Brigade 55-58, Bugle Corps 56-57, Top Sergeant 57-583 Rooster Club 55-58g CSU 55'58Q Junior Sub-Debs Vice President 56-573 Senior Sub Debs Parliamentarian 57-583 Sophomore Favorite 55-563 ,Iunior Favorite 56-573 Aloha Club 56-583 Library Club 55'57Q Student Council 55-58. Recording Secretary 57-583 National Honor Society 57-583 Future Teachers 57-58. 2I5 CAROLYN RANDALL JERRY RANDALL JOE RAYBURN SENIOR CLASS OF ' DON RAMICY ERNICSTINIC RAMIRRZ ARDICN REED IDR CLASS JIMMY REED BUTCH REESE We've tried . . to make the most 4 REED, JIMMY: Booster Club 55-58. REESE, BUTCH: Booster Club 55-58. REEVES. GAY: Volleyball 55: Swimming 56. Captain 57: Volleyball Captain 57: Booster Club 57-58. REID. FREEMAN: Booster Club 55-58: Rolling Ponies 56-57: ROTC 55-57: DE 57-58. RICE. JO ANN: Booster Club 55-58: Mustang Mounties 55-58, Treasurer 55-56. Vice President 56-57: Rolling Ponies 56-58, Secretary 57-58: ROTC Sponsor 57-58: Officers Club 57-58: Austin Legionnaires Sponsor 57-58. RICHARDS. MARY RICHARDS. MERLENE: Austin Legionnaires Sweetheart 57: Mustang Mounties 55-57, Secretary 55-56. President 56-57: Booster Club 55-58: Austin Forensic League 57-58: Speech Club 55-58. RICHEY. ALBERTA: Booster Club 55-58: Senior Sub Debs 57-58: FHA 55-58. President 57-58. 2l6 MARY RICHARDS MERLENE RICHARDS ALBERTA HICHEY M , my , .IUSICPII RIDER CAROLYN RITCHIIC RALPH RITCHIFI ICLAINIC Rl'l"I'lfH our yearf' . . the patience of our teachers llllJl'lll. .l0Sl'll'll: National Honor Society 57-585 Band 55-58. Second l.i0u- tenant 57-58: Key Club 57-58: llooster Club 55-58: Aloha Club 57-58: CSU 55-58. lil'l'CHl'iY. CAROLYN: Booster Club 55-585 Aloha Club 57-585 Rolling llonivs 57-58. RITCIIIIC. llAI.l'H: lloo:-ter Club 55-585 Hand 55-58. lll'l"l'l'ili. lil..-XINIC: CSU 55-585 Booster Club 57-585 Senior Sub Delis 57-585 Aloha Club 57-585 liouml-Up Co-Circulation Manager 585 Future 'lll'LlCll- HN 57-58. ROACH. ISJXRIXAHA: Booster Club 55-58: Senior Sub Debs 57-585 Art Club 57-58. ROIZICIRSON. MADICLYN: FHA 57-58. Secretary. ROBINSON. l'l'iNlCl,0l'l'l: liooeter Club 56-585 CSU 56-585 Spanish Club 56-58. 5ovi'vta1'y 56-575 Spanish National Honor Society 57-585 .lunior Sub Dm-bs 56-575 Senior Sub Debs 57-585 Aloha Club 57-585 .lunior Kewl 5 , , . Cross 57-585 llluc-boiinvt flirls' State 575 Oil Woman for a Day 575 llilllliixliiil Rlmhll Choral 57-585 National Honor Soviety 57-58. M.'XllIil,YN ICUIHCRSUN I'lCNlCI.Ol'lf ROBINSON ' 1 itll' lt ' . Qllllwlnl' 'r look. 1 5-ui, that . 1 K naw- i im. i-.ti l431'ML:..w,, Ntvtmial- I Causvi ul A -Q tl . - -asy -1 'nah isnt 35 ' ab GEORGE RODRIGUEZ ANN ROGERS JOANNE ROHLF GILBERT ROMINE J UDY ROOT .JAMES ROSS with a song and a greeting W RODRIGUEZ. GEORGE ROGERS. ANN: CSU 56-58: Brigade 55-58. Drum Corps 55-56, Bass Drum Sergeant 56-57, Lieutenant Colonel of Reserves 57-58: Booster Club 57- 58: Aloha Club 57-58: Student Council 56-58, Treasurer 56-57: CAA 56-57: National Honor Society 57-58, Corresponding and Membership Sergeant 56-57: Student Council 55-57. ROHLF. JOANNE: Booster Club 55-58: CSU 55-58: Y-Teens 56: Mustang Mounties 55-56. Letter: Brigade 55-58, Bagpipe Corps 56-58, Top Ser- geant 57-58: Round-Up Staff 56-58. Photographer 56-58. News Editor 57. Columnist 57. Associate Editor 58: Quill and Scroll 57-58: National Honor Society 57-58: Junior Sub Debs 56-57: Senior Sub Debs 57-58: Aloha Club 57-58: Green Masque Players 57-58. ROMINE. GILBERT ROOT. JUDY: Swimming Team 55: Booster Club 55-58: CSU 55-56: Spanish Club 55. ROSS, JAMES: ROTC 55-57: Booster Club 55-58. RUSSELL, BARBARA: CSU 57-58: Booster Club 56-58: Aloha Club 57-58: Y-Teens 57-58: Junior Sub Debs 56-57: Senior Sub Debs 57-58. RUSSI. JOHN: Booster Club 55-58: CSU 55-56: ROTC 55-58, Battalion Adjutant 57-58. SANCHEZ. ALFRED: Booster Club 55-58: Student Council 56-57. 2l8 BARBARA RUSSELL JOHN RUSSI ALFRED SANCHEZ 'ge' Sidney Jarnagzin, Paul Spillcr, Linda Strawn, and ,lerrie Elliot help decorate the Christmas booth. merrily delivered Christmas cards SANCHEZ. LUPE: Booster Club 57-583 Tri-Hi-Y 57-58. SANDERS. CAROL: Brigade 55-58. Captain of Flags 57-58, Corporal Co. A 56-57. Letter 55-563 Booster Club 55-58g National Honor Society 57-583 CSU 55-583 Aloha Club 56-573 Oil Wmmman for a Day 57g Student Council 56-583 Senior Sub Debs 57-583 Junior Sub Debs 56-573 Y-Teens 55-56. SANDERS. RALPH: National Honor Society 57-583 Spanish National Honor Society 57-583 ROTC 55-57, Sergeant3 Booster Club 57-583 CSU 55-563 Spanish Club 57'58Q Key Club 57'58Q ROTC Drill Platoon 56-57. SANDLIN. MIKE: Booster Club 55'58Q Football 55-58, Manager 56-57, Letter 57-583 Raseball 55-58, Letter 57-583 Track 56-57. SCARBOROUCH. PEGGY: CSU 553 Booster Club 55'58Q Rolling Ponies 57-58. SCARBOROUCH. RAY: Booster Club 55'58Q CSU 55'58Q Rolling Ponies 56-573 Swimming Team 55-58, Letter 57-583 AFL 58g NFL 58: Green Masque Players 583 Science Club 567 Drama Letter 58g Key Club 55-56g Speech Letter 58. 2l9 RALPH SANDERS MIKE SANDLIN PEGGY SCARBOROUGH 'X SE IOR CLASS I,Ul'lC SANCHICZ CAROL SANDERS RAY SCARROROIHLH if S IOR CLASS OF ' JIMMY SCHERER CARL SCHOONOVER MICHAEL SEARS CHARLES SCHADEL DARLENE scH1-:FFLER the long-awaited climax to senior year SCHADEL. CHARLES: CSU 55-585 Band 55-585 Orchestra 55-585 Booster Club 55-585 All-City Orchestra 56-585 Science Club 565 All-District Band 55-575 Advertising Manager Pigskin Press 57-58: Round-Up Staff 585 ROTC 55-56. SCHEFFLER. DARLENE: Booster Club 55-585 CSU 55-58: Junior Sub Debs 575 Senior Sub Debs 585 Aloha Club 57-585 Brigade 55-58, Bugle Corps 56-585 FHA Vice President 57: Y-Teens 56. SCHERER. JIMMY: BOTC 55-58. Drill Platoon 55-56. Officers Club 57-58, Battalion Commander 57-585 Booster Club 55-585 Student Council 57-585 Senior Council 57-58. SCHOONOVER. CARL: Science Club 57-58. President5 Booster Club 56-585 Aloha Club 57-585 Track Team 56-585 Round-Up Staff 57-58. Sports Writer5 Finalist. Mr. Round-Up. SEARS. MICHAEL: Art Club 55-56: ROTC 54-58. Battalion Executive 57-585 Booster Club 55-58. SEITZ. MARY ANN: Archery Team 56-575 Booster Club 551585 CSU 55-58. SELLABS. JANICE: CSU 55-565 Boosten Club 55-583 JCL 55-563 Junior Sub Debs 56-575 Aloha. Club 56-575 Rolling Ponies 56-575 Assistant Feature Editor of Bound-Up 56, Feature Editor 56-57, Co-Editor-in-Chief 57-585 Quill and Scroll 57-58. SI-IEA, MICHAEL: ROTC. First Lieutenant. 220 MARY ANN SEITZ JANICE SELLARS MICHAEL SHEA MARY ANN SHENTON LARRY SHEPHERD DOROTHY SHOLARS PATRICIA SIIIIPTRINI4 COIIIIIICIICCIIIGIII with its caps, gowns and. . . diplomas SHENTON, MARY ANN: Brigade 55-58, Bagpipe Corps 57-58. Letter 585 Booster Club 55-585 Junior Sub Debs 565 CSU 55-58. SHEPHERD, LARRY: Science Club 57-58, Secretary and Treasurerg Booster Club 55-585 Rolling Ponies 56-575 Swimming Team 56-585 Track Team 57-58. SHOLARS, DOROTHY: FHA 56-57, Rep0rter5 Booster Club 56-58. SHUPTRINE, PATRICIA: Booster Club 55-585 Senior Sub Delis 57-585 Aloha Club 57-585 CSU 57-585 Manager Volleyball Team 57-58. SIMMONS. CURTIS: Booster Club 57-585 Science Club 57-585 Track Team 56-585 Service Club 57-58. SIMS, CATIIY: Booster Club 55-585 CSU 56-585 Junior Sub Debs 56-575 Senior Sub Delis 57-585 Library Club 55-565 Alolla Club 56-585 Sturlent Council 55-575 Areliery Team 56-575 Rolling Ponies 57-58. SLOVACEK. JAMES: Booster Club 55-58. CURTIS SIMMONS CATHY SIMS JAMES SLOVACEK . P37-' 1 Pat '-lnl. am .. Wakfllk .Q gharmx pm.-re. - - 'YhomvS0u' --Vamwautil "l F Ft upers SRMOHA 'tin if! ilu' at " ,.,m U5 I cprtr-1 ' 1,xl0l3- T KATHY SMAI LWOOD BILLY SMITH CAROLYN SMITH KENNETH SMITH fond symbol of high school days - frantl SMALLWOOD, KATHY: Booster Club 55-58, CSU 56-58, ,Iunior Sub Debs 56-57, Senior Sub Debs 57-58, Volleyball Team 57-58. SMITH, BILLY: Booster Club 55-58, Track Team 55-57. SMITH, CAROLYN SMITH, KENNETH: Runner-up Most Handsome Sophomore 55, Key Club 56-58, Spanish Club 56-57, President, Round-Up Staff 56-58, Copy Edi- tor 56, Make-Up Editor 57, Sports Editor 57-58, CSU 55-58, Booster Club 55-58, Finalist Most Popular Sophomore 55, Mr. Round-Up 57-58, Cheerleader 57-58. SMITH, MARILOU SMITH, MIKE SMITH, PAT: Booster Club 55-58, CSU 55-58, Girls' Chorus 56, Chorale 57-58, Round-Up Staff 58, News Editor '58, Senior Sub Debs 58, Volley- ball Team 57-58. SMITH, RAY ROB: Booster Club 55-58, CSU 55-58, CAA 55-58, Baseball Team 55-58, Chorale 57-58. SNEICR, PATRICIA: CSU 57-58, Booster Club 55-58, Business Club 57-58. 222 PAT sM1TH RAY Boa SMITH PATRICIA SNEIGR ! - lt' ll ll iti l . .i.l.l.l Postmaster and Postmistress of the Christmas Booth, Billy Harlan and Gwen Moore, get ready for the rush. ozen, football seasons SNOW, ROSEMARY: National Honor Society 57-58, Brigade 55-58, Co. C 56-58, Lientenant 57-58, Spanish National Honor Society 56-58, Booster Club 55-58, CSU 55-58, Aloha Club 56-58, Junior Sub Debs 56-57, Senior Sub Debs 57-58, Austin Forensic League 55-56, FHA 57-58. SPENCE GEORGE: National Honor Societ 57-58' Booster Club 55-58, 7 y 9 CSU 57-58, American Legion Award Club 56-58, Oil Man for a Day 57, Aloha Club 57-58, Basketball 56-57, School Mascot, Stevie, 57-58. SPENCER, JOHNNY: Booster Club 55-57, Manager "B" Baseball Team 55- 56, Baseball Team 56-58, Letters 56-58. SPILLER, PAUL: Booster Club 55-58, Lawyer 57-58, CSU 57-58, Aloha Club 57-58, Most Handsome Senior 57-58. SPIVEY, SANDRA: Booster Club 55-58, Brigade 55-58, Co. C 56-57, Corpor- al 57-58, Aloha Club 56-58, Student Council 57-58, Junior Sub Debs 56-57, Senior Sub Debs 57-58, FHA 57-58. STAGNER, LA VONNE: CSU 57-58, Booster Club 55-58, Aloha Club 57-58, Senior Sub Debs 57-58. 223 JOHNNY SPENCER PAUL SPILLER SANDRA SPIVEY S IOR CLASS T OF ' ROSEMARY SNOW GEORGE SPENCE LAVONNE STACNER IOR CLASS OF 9 DIANE STEELE TOMMY STELL MARILYN STEVENS PATSY STANFORD MAXINE STAPLES one last fling for Mseniors only STANFORD, PATSY: Booster Club 55-585 CSU 55-575 Junior Sub Debs 56-575 Senior Sub Debs 57-58, Treasurer5 Cheerleader 57-585 Archery Team 575 Swimming Team 57-585 FHA 56-58, President 57-58. STAPLES, MAXINE: CSU 55-585 Booster Club 55-585 Green Masque Play- ers 57-585 Mustang Follies 56-585 Senior Play 58. STEELE, DIANE: Round-Up Staff 57-58, Miss Round-Up 57-58, Editor-in- Chief 57-58, Feature Editor 57-58, Assistant Feature Editor 575 Brigade 56-58, Co. B 56-585 Sergeant 57, Top Sergeant 57-585 Aloha Club 56-58, Reporter 57-585 Quill and Scroll 57-585 CSU 55-575 Junior Sub Debs 56-575 Senior Sub Debs 57-585 Booster Club 55-585 Red Cross Repre- sentative 56-57. STELL, TOMMY STEVENS, MARILYN STEWART, CAROLE ANN: Booster Club 55-585 CSU 55-58, Assistant Pian- ist 57-585 Senior Sub Debs 57-585 Girls' Chorus 56-575 Chorale 57-585 Aloha Club 57-585 CAA 55-57. STOCKSTILL, TOMMY: CSU 55-585 Booster Club 56-585 Key Club 57-585 ROTC 55-575 Oil Man for a Day 575 School Mascot, Stevie, 57-58. STRAWN, LINDA: Booster Club 55-585 Student Council 55-565 Runner-up Junior Beauty 56-575 Finalist Senior Beauty 57-585 Majorette 56-57, Drum Major 57-585 Aloha Club 56-585 Junior Sub Debs 56-575 Senior Sub Debs 57-585 Homecoming Princess 57-585 Archery Team 555 Green and White Revue 56-585 Spanish Club 55-56. 224 CAROLE ANN STEWART TOMMY STOCKSTILL LINDA STRAWN 79 l .JUDY STRINCER JJCRRI SUTTON JOHNNY SWAIN UETTI, SWFARAINKIICN the senior picnic S'l'RlNlLliR. JUDY: Rooster Club 55-58: CSU 55-58: Student Couneil 55-56: Sc'ic'm'e Club 56-58: Archery Team 56-57: Swimming Team 56-57: Aloha Club 57-58: Junior Sub Delis 56-57: Senior Sub Debs 57-58: Vice Presi- dent. Future Tt'Z1f'ilCI'S, 57-58: ROTC Sponsor 57-58: Girls' Rifle Team 57-58, Sll'l'TON. J ERRI: Booster Club 55-58: CSU 55-58: Junior Sub Debs 56-57: Senior Sub Debs 57-58: Brigade 55-58, Bagpipe Corps 56-58. Corporal 57-58: FHA 57-58. SWAIN. JOHNNY: ROTC 55-58: Rooster Club 55-58: CSU 55-58: CAA 55-56. SWTCARAINCEN. BETTY: CSU 56-58: Booster Club 56-58: Senior Sub De-bs 57-58: Secretary, FHA. 58: Crf-en Masque Players 58. 'l'Al.B0'l"l'. JOHN: ROTC 54-56: Booster Club 54--58. TAl,lAl"l'iRRO. ULICNDA: CSU 55-58. Pianist 56-58: Brigade Reserves 55-56 Shield: Booster Club 55-58: Aloha Club 57-58: Junior Sub Debs 56-57 Senior Sub Delis 57-58: ROTC Sponsor 57-58. Color Guard Sponsor Oi-fi1'f'l'S Club 57-58. Cirls' Rifle Team 57-58: FFA Sweetheart 57-58: CAA 55-57: Round-Up Staff 57-58. Exchange Editor 57, Co-Staff Colum- ni t 58 S . . 'l'AMBURlCl,I.0. FRANK: Crt-en Masque Players 57-58: Booster Club 55-58 225 'V c:1.1cNDA TA1,1A1fi:RHo FRANK 'I'M1H0REU-U ,4n.. .' nilliU'5 l Brigade WV 'TX ians ior Sbfim' ,f , JOH N 'l'A I ,li0'l"l 'fgf' ' Ball pvrloriiuimf- Q. ,1 ' ,afr- ROY TAWATER CYNTHIA TAYLOR ELIZABETH TAYLOR MARTHA TAYLOR ROBERT TAYLOR JOHN TERRY 'RV' BARBARA THOMASON reinember when we almost bougl TAWATER, ROY: President CSU 57-583 Booster Club 55-583 Song Leader CSU 56-573 Track Team 55-573 Chorale 55-58. Letters: Track Letters: Student Council 55-56. TAYLOR, CYNTHIA: Rolling Ponies 54-553 Volleyball Team 54-563 Booster Club 54--583 Art Club 58g CSU 54--583 FHA 54--58, Reporter 55. Vice President 58: Senior Play 583 ,Iunior Beauty Finalist 56-57. TAYLOR. ELIZABETH: Brigade 56-58. Bugle Corps: Booster Club 55-58: CSU 57-58. TAYLOR, MARTHA: Booster Club 55-57. TAYLOR, ROBERT: Booster Club 55-583 JCL 55-567 Chess Club 57-58. TERRY. JOHN: Corral Staff 56-58, Assistant Sophomore Editor 56-57. Fac- ulty Editor 57-58. Advertising Manager 58, Associate Editor 57-58, Letters 56-583 Quill and Scroll 57-58, Vice President: JCL 55-57. Program Chairman 56-573 Booster Club 56-583 Aloha Club 56-573 ROTC 55-57. Sergeant 56-573 Student Council 55-57. THOMASON, BARBARA THOMPSON, SHARON: Brigade 55-58, Bugle Corps 56-58. Captain of Bugles 57-58. Letter: CSU 55-58g Booster Club 55-58: Student Council 55-57, Principal's Committee 55-573 Green Masque Players 55-583 Library Club 56-573 Junior Sub Debs 56-57, Recording Secretary: Senior Sub Debs 57-58, Vice President: Runner-up Most Popular Junior3 Aloha Club 56-58. Treasurer 57-583 American Legion Award Club 56-58. Reporter. Sergeant-at-Arms 56-57, Vice President 57-583 Senior Beauty Finalist 57-583 National Honor Society 57-58. THURMAN, ROBERT: Art Club 57. 226 SHARON THOMPSON ROBERT TH URMAN Doug Rdtlilllilllgll and Bobby Rothery enjoy Senior Recognition Day. fourth floor elevator ticket TOMPKINS. HAL: Football 56-67, Junior Varsity Letter 56, Varsity 57: Booster Club 55-58. TRAUGOTT. BEVERLY: Booster Club 55-58: Junior Sub Debs 56-57: Senior Sub Debs 57-58: Y-Teens 57-58: FHA 55-58. TURNER. CAROL ANN: Brigade 55-58, Bugle Corps 56-58, Soprana Ser- geant 57-58, Letters 55-58: Booster Club 55-58: CSU 55-583 Aloha Club 57-58: Junior Sub Debs 56-57: Senior Sub Debs 57-58: Student Council 57-58. TYNES. BROOKSIE: American Legion Award Club 55-58: Y-Teens 57-58g Booster Club 55-58: Business Club 57-58, President: Red Cross 56-57: FHA 55-57. VANCE. MARK: Booster Club 55-58. VAN CLEVE, DELL: CSU 55-583 Booster Club 55-589 Senior Sub Debs 57- 58g Business Club 57-58, Reporter: Manager Volleyball Team 57-58. 227 CAROL ANN TURNER BROOKSIE TYNES MAC VANCE SENIOR CLASS OF ' HAL TOMPKINS BEVERLY TRAUGOTT DELL VAN CLEVE SE IOR CLASS OF ' CHARLES WAGONER SHARON WAKEFIELD BARBARA WALKER SUSAN VARNER KAY WADE senior day . . . with high heel VARNER, SUSAN: Senior Sub Debs 57-58, Booster Club 57-58, Chorale 57-58, Art Club 57-58, Speech Club 57-58. WADE, KAY: Booster Club 56-58, CSU 56-58, Junior Sub Debs 57-58, Senior Sub Debs 58, Runner-up Sophomore Beauty 56, Y-Teens 56, Student Council 56-58, Spanish National Honor Society 57-58. WACONER, CHARLES WAKEFIELD, SHARON: Brigade 55-58, Corporal 56-57, Captain of Re- serves 57-58, American Legion Award Club 55-58, National Honor So- ciety 57-58, Recording Secretary, Green Masque Players 56-57, Parlia- mentarian 57-58, NFL 55-58, Booster Club 55-58, CSU 55-58, Quill and Scroll 57-58, Student Council 55-56, Round-Up Staff 56-58, Feature Editor 57, Contest Play 57, Drama Letter 57, Junior Sub Debs 56-57, Senior Sub Debs 57-58, Membership Secretary, Aloha Club 57-58. WALKER, BARBARA, Booster Club 55-58, CSU 57-58, FHA 56-58, Junior Sub Debs 56-57, Senior Sub Debs 57-58. WALKER, BEVERLY: Booster Club 55-58, CSU 55-58, Art Club 58, Senior Sub Debs 58, FHA 55. WALKER, BRENDA: Corral Staff 57-58, Senior Editor 57-58, Junior Editor 58, Sophomore Editor 58, General Assistant 57, Letter 58, National Honor Society 57-58, Quill and Scroll 57-58, Band 56-58, Letters 57-58, Orchestra 57-58, Letter 58, CSU 55-58, Booster Club 55-58, Mustang Mounties 55-56, Letter 56, Junior Sub Debs 56-57, Senior Sub Debs 57- 58, Aloha Club 57-58. WALKER, MARLENE: Most Beautiful Junior 56-57, Brigade 55-58, Co. A 56-58, Corporal 56-57, Sergeant 57-58, Letter 57-58, Junior Sub Debs 56-57, Senior Sub Debs 57-58, Recording Secretary, CSU 55-58, Booster Club 55-58, Aloha Club 57-58. BEVERLY WALKER 228 BRENDA WALKER MARLENE WALKER WAYNE WALKER CHARLOTTE WALTON JOHNNY WARNER LLOYD WARNER ight neekties . . . is too long a day WALKER. WAYNE: Booster Club 55-57: Oil Man for a Day 57. WALTON. CHARLOTTE: Booster Club 55-58: CSU 55-57: Chorale 57-58. WARNER. JOHNNY: ROTC 55-57. Drill Platoon 55-56: CSU 55-58: Booster Club 55-58: American Legion Award Club 55-58. WARNER. LLOYD: Boster Club 55-58. WATERS. ANN: Chorale 57-58: Booster Club 56-58: Senior Sub Deba 57-58: CSU 57-58: FHA 57-58. WATERS, DAVID: Band 55-58. First Lieutenant 57-58: Orchestra 57-58. All-City Orchestra 57-58: Mustang Follies 56: Booster Club 56-58. WAY. JANICE: Booster Club 55-58: ,Iunior Sub Debs 56-57: Senior Sub Debs 57-58: Aloha Club 56-57: CSU 57-58: Student Council 55-57: Creen Masque Players 57-58. AN N WATERS ,ffwzrf , ,,,f""7w W, 2 fdffff X X f DAVID WAT:-:ns JANICE WAY 229 nv-""""" TNYY- Z , ---n l anno Rollll- 'llllxlcr lounlllm bllwl at-niorw U iund dw V' , ., -hal HH W alle' ' 'f ,. 1 -r. Sarah W' M143 4sl'5 uf---161' . DICK WF AVFR JUDY WEAVER SARAH WEAVER CHARLES WEDEMEYER filled with a sense of Z:l11tlC1 at1o1 WEAVER. DICK: ROTC 55-57: Booster Club 55-58. WEAVER. JUDY: Brigade 55-58, Bagpipe Corps 56-58. Corporal 57-58. Let- ter 58: Junior Sub Debs 56-57: Senior St1b Debs 57-58: Booster Club 55-58: Aloha Club 57-58: Business Club 57-58: Library Club 57-58: CSU 55-57. WEAVER. SARAH: CSU 55-58: Booster Club 55-58: Band 55-58: Letters 55-58: Orchestra 57-58. Letter 58: Corral Staff 56-58, Sports Editor 56-57, Senior Editor 57-58. Letters 56-58: Junior Sub Debs 56-57: Senior Sub Debs 57-58: Camp Archery Association 57: Aloha Club 57-58: Quill and Scroll 57-58. Treasurer: Baseball Manager 57. Letter: Student Council 55-56: Swimming Letter 57: Co-Feature Editor Pigskin Press 57. WEDEMEYER. CHARLES: Booster Club 55-58: Football 55-57. Varsity Let- ter 56-57: Green Masque Players 56-58. Vice President 57-58: F'ire Patrol 55-58. Fire Chief 57-58: Key Club 57-58. WEISS. SANDRA: Brigade 55-58: Lieutenant Colonel of Records 57-58: Bugle Corps 56-57: National Honor Society 57-58: CSU 55-58. Social Chairman 57-58: Quill and Scroll 56-58: Chorale 57-58: Junior Sub Debs 56-57: Senior Sub Debs 57-58: Student Council 56-57: Co-Editor Handbook 55- 57: Co-Editor Directory 56-57: Aloha Club 56-58: Booster Club 55-58. WELCH. MARK: Football 55-57. Letters. Co-Captain 57: Pigskin Press Award 57: Booster Club 55-58: Key Club: Aloha Club 57-58: National Honor Society 57-58: Junior Rotarian: Oil Man for a Day 57: Boys' State 57. WELZ. CHARLES: ROTC 55-57: Booster Club 55-57. WEST. JANET: CSU 55-58: Booster Club 55-58: Green Masque Players 56-57: Brigade Reserves 55. WEST, RONNIE 230 . CHARLES WELZ JANET WEST RONNIE WEST Carol Turner, Joe Rider, Johnny Herrin, Judy Miller perform, clown- ingly, bt-fore the R.O.T.C. building. ,nd nary a drop of lamentation . . . We graduate WESTPHAL, DOUGLAS: Band 55-58, Captain 57-583 Orchestra 56-58, Sec- retary 57-583 Booster Club 55-583 Projectors Club 55-583 All-City Or- chestra 56-58g All-District Band 56-58. WHEELER. DORA: Booster Club 55-583 CSU 55-589 Senior Sub Debs 57-585 Aloha Club 57-583 FHA 57-58. Program Chairman: Volleyball Team 56-57. Letter. WHISTLER, JOSEPHINE: FHA 57-585 Booster Club 55-58. WHITE, ELLEN: Booster Club 55-58g Senior Sub Debs 57-584 Green Masque Players 57-58. WHITE, JAMES WHITE, MARITA: CSU 55-58g Booster Club 55-58. JOSEPHINE WHISTLER ELLEN WHITE 23' JAMES WHITE ISE IOR CLASS OF 9 DOUGLAS WESTPHAI, DORA WHEELER MARITA WHITE L SENICR CLASS FERN WHITEHEAD .JANN WHITEHEAD would that we had a crystal ball WHITEHEAD, FERN: Booster Club 55-585 CSU 585 Rolling Ponies 55. WHITEHEAD, JANN: Brigade 55-58. Bugle Corps 56-57. Drum and Bugle Major 57-58. Letters 56-585 Student Council 55-58. Corresponding Sec- retary 57. President 57-585 Principal's Committee 56-575 Junior Sub Debs 56-575 Senior Sub Debs 57-585 Y-Teens 55-565 Booster Club 55-585 Homecoming Princess 57: Oil Woman for a Day 575 Aloha Club 56-58: National Honor Society 57-58. WHITEHEAD, RUBY: Booster Club 55-585 FHA 56-575 Junior Sub Debs 56-575 CSU 57-585 ROTC Sponsor 57-58. Rifle Team Sponsor 57-58. Girls' Rifle Teamg Bowling Club 55-565 Green Masque Players 57-585 AFL 57-585 NFL 57-58. WHITTREDGE, MARY ELLEN: Booster Club 55-585 CSU 55-565 Brigade 55-58, Bagpipe Corps 56-58, Corporal 57-585 Junior Sub Debs 56-575 Senior Sub Debs 57-585 Round-Up Staff 56-58, Proofreader 57, Manag- ing Editor 57, Feature Editor 585 Bluebonnet Girls' State 575 Quill and Scroll 57-585 Aloha Club 56-575 Y-Teens 56-575 Brigade Letter 56-58. WILDY. BARBARA: Booster Club 55-585 Brigade 55-58, Co. B 56-58, Corpor- al 57-585 Green Masque Players 57-585 Junior Sub Debs 56-575 Senior Sub Debs 57-585 Senior Play 585 CSU 55-58. WILKINS, LOIS: Brigade 55-58, Bagpipe Corps 56-58, Sergeant 57-58. Letter 56-585 Booster Club 55-585 CSU 55-585 Junior Sub Debs 56-575 Senior Sub Debs 57-585 Aloha Club 57-585 Girls' State Alternate 57. WILLIAMS, HELEN: Booster Club 56-585 Junior Sub Debs 56-575 Senior Sub Debs 57-585 Brigade 55-585 CSU 57-58: Aloha Club 57-585 Speech Club 57-585 Y-Teens 57-58. WILLIAMS. JUDY: Brigade 55-58. Co. B 56-58, Corporal 57-585 CSU 55-565 Junior Sub Debs 56-575 Senior Sub Debs 57-585 Booster Club 55-585 Aloha Club 56-585 Speech Club 57-58. Letter: Brigade Letter5 Green Masque Players 57-58. Lois WILKINS 232 HELEN WILLIAMS JUDY WILLIAMS NANCY WILLIAMS PAT WILLIAMS ROGER WILLIAMS WENDELL WILLIAMS ut dim or bright, our futures are inescapable WILLIAMS. NANCY WILLIAMS. PAT: CSU 56-58: Booster Club 55-58: FHA 56-58: Junior Sub Debs 56-57: Senior Sub Debs 57-58: Aloha Club 57-58: Speech Club 57-58. WILLIAMS. ROGER WILLIAMS. WENIJELL: Band 55-56: Track 57:58: Baseball 57-58: Rolling Ponies 58: Booster Club 57-58. WILLIAMSON. LARRY: Booster Club 55-58: Key Club 56-58. Secretary 57-58: Football 55-57. "B" Team Letter 55. HA" Letters 56-57. Captain 57. Pigskin Press Award Back 57: Track Letter 57: Aloha Club 57-58. President 57-58: CSU 55-58: Most Handsome Sophomore and Junior, 56-57: Finalist Most Handsome Senior 58: Finalist Most Popular Sopho- more 55: Quill and Scroll 57-58: Junior Rotarian for December 57: Corral Staff 57-58. Layout Editor 57, Sports Editor 58. WILSON. BARBARA: Booster Club 55-58: CSU 55-58: Business Club 58: Aloha Club 58: CAA 57-58: FHA 57-58. WILSON. JOHN: Band 56-58: Orchestra 56-58. President 57-58: Key Club 56-58: Booster Club 56-57: All-District Band 56-58. All-Region 56-58: All-State Orchestra 57-58: Oil Man for a Day 57: Band and Orchestra Letters 56-58. BARBARA WILSON JOHN WILSON ' Ia T3 , and Qfxeni Q , gm- McCHfY-. Qweater ha-" . .t Seah j, Austin - 557171.-tcitaiitittv me IU L LARRY WILLIAMSON - . IUDW , , . ual Ilalefft' Su I R. C. WILSON DON WOLF JOHN WRIGHT VIRGINIA WIMBERLY BARBARA WIMMER GARY WINTER and in our minds will live foreverl WILSON, R. C. WIMBERLY, VIRGINIA: Brigade 55-58, Co. "A" 57-58: Booster Club 56- 58: CSU 56-58: Aloha Club 57-58. WIMMER, BARBARA: Booster Club 55-58. WINTER, GARY: ROTC 55-57: Booster Club 55-58. WOLF, DON: FFA 57-58: Booster Club 55-58. WRIGHT, JOHN: Band 55-57: Orchestra 56-57: Art Club 58: Booster Club 56-58: Projectors' Club 55-56. YAW, DONALD: Science Club 57-58: Booster Club 55-58: CSU 55-57: Rolling Ponies 55-58, Letters 56-58. YEE, NANCY YOUNG, AUSTIN: Booster Club 55-58: Legionnaires 55-58, Assistant Squad Leader 56-57, Officers' Club 57-58, ROTC 55-58, Lt. 57-58: Science Club 56-57: CSU 55-56: Chess Club 57-58, Secretary. 234 DONALD YAW NANCY YEE AUSTIN YOUNG - - f- - Seniors Diane Steele, Bob Box, Marilyn McDonald, and Judy Clutter '4Co Texan." hat long awaited time- ugraduation day." ZWINK, ROBERT: Booster Club 55-585 ROTC 55-57. 235 following in our footsteps We see next year's SENIORS, the . SENIGR CLASS OF ' ROBERT ZWINK AARDAL, MARVIN ADDISON, CHARLOTTE ALEXANDER, DIANE ALLBRITTON. JOY ALLEN. PATRICIA ANDERSON, BARBARA fi VV,. ATKINSON SYLVIA AUSTIN, ANGELA AYSIEN, DELIA BAGLIJY, LARRY BARTLETT, JEANETTE BARTSCH, DIANE BISHOP, BARBARA BOTHWELL, CHARLOTTE BOUDREAUX, FRANK BRAZZELL, BEVERLY BRENNAN, CHRISTIANA BRIEDEL, NANCY BRISTER, DONALD BROCK, BETTY BROCKEN, ALTHEA BROWN, DAVID BROWN, MARY ANN BROWN, PATRICIA BROYLES. BARBARA BRYANT, LYNNE BUCHORN, CARLENE BUECHE, CAROLYN BUNTYN, JOE BURMEISTER, GERRY BURT, JACKIE G qvs AA CHAMBERS, MARILYN CLIFTON, CINDY COCIIRAN, JEANENE COMMANDER, PAUL COOK, ZELDA JEAN CORP, MAURY CURRY, JOHNNY DAECHNER, ROSE DAFFIN, BARBARA DEAN, RONALD DENENA, CAROL DENISON, WRIGHT DOTY, BETTY DOW, JOE DURHAM, THELMA EDWARDS, DIANE ELDER, BOBBY FELDMAN, JERRY FORD, CHARLES FOSTER, KATHY FOUCHE, JUDY FUGETT, ALLEN GALLANT, LANELLE GAMBLE, CARL GARRETT, JANICE BURT. PEGGY BUSH. ROBERT CAMPISE, NANCY CARTMILL, EMMA LOIS CARVER, ANGIA CASTO, VIRGINIA Ni 2 rg , V Picfure X m Noi ' 'J I AvailabIe I worm l,.,k 22:12 as I I jf' ' GAUDIANO, FRANCES GIDDEN, JUDY ANN GOMEZ, LULA GRAHAM. PAT GRIFFIN, BUDDY GROVE, MARILYN GUILLORY, PAT HALLMARK, LANITA HARALSON, FRANCINE HARDEE, DUDLEY HARPER, JAMES HARRELSON, SANDRA HARRIS, BETTY HARRIS, ROBERT HARRISON, WILLIAM HAYS, ANNE HENDERSON, SANDRA HENRY, JERRY HERBSTER, JIMMY HERNANDEZ, ROSALIE HIEATT, DIANNE HIEKEN, ELLEN HILL, LARRY HOBBINS, SANDRA HOWARD, GERRY HOWELL, SANDRA HUFFMAN, GILBERT HUGHES, LORETTA ISHAM, SONJA JACKOWSKI, EDWARD JAMISON, ROSEMARY JENKINS, MARTHA JETER, BILLY JONES, RODNEY KING, KAY LE BLANC, CHARLOTTE LAWLEY, VALERIE LEACH, DOT LEECH, ANN LEMLEY, CAROLYN LEVASSAR, BETTY LEWIS, JUDY LOVELESS. MABEL LYNCH, MARY MCDONALD, JACQUE MCMAHON, MADELEINE MCMURREY, BARBARA MAHAND, KENNETH MANNING, PATSY MANTJOS, ELAINE next year We'll be the upperclassmen and rule with a heavy hand. Poeing prettily for the Corral camera are the Junior Beauty Finalists: Brenda McKee, Mary Ann Brown, Sonja Ward, Jeannie Peacher, Jane Anderson, and Lois Harlan 'Q' , I :Y ' ' 5 - - M .' 'Y R l ' A' 5 t I v.,, I 3 1 .. 5 L ,. Q 1,6 'I I 7 , "KV - 5 T' , ,fy 'A M XR kgs I-la I x . 'V .. gf' 1 1 X X v 1 XG, A. .rf ft NY' I I 2 J 'A f .1 ' vi 1 - as A far, A ...I 4 S if 131 V5 , . 3 ,, 1 B -.3 "'7 I 'T lf, ' ' I f .f I5 I 1 s. 52' hw, ,is I Ik" wi 4.-,Wy EV! S12 f, T174- 'Tir MARLIN, ROBERTA MARSHALL, NOLAN MARTIN, MEREDITH MARTIN, SHARON MATHEWS, SUSAN MATTHEWS, LANA MAY, REBECCA MEADOR, IERLENE MENCHACA, HERLINDA MILLER, EDNA MILLER, MARGARET MILLICAN, SCOTTY MOAKE, LETA MONCRIEF, MARILYN MONGER, BETTY MONIGER, A. C. MONTEMAYOR, ARMANDO MONTEMAYOR, ELDA MOORE, CLYDE MORRIS, BILL NANCE, PAT NELSON, BARBARA NICASTRO, JOSEPH NORRIS, SUE NOVOTONY, BETTY O'NEAL, PEGGY OSTLIN, KAREN O'WESNE, JACK PARKER, LANELLE PASKIE, WANDA PEIRSOL, GENE A A 'A PENNINGTON, DON Lykh 'W ' PIERCE, RONNIE PRICE, CLYNDA 5 fa ,G L., . H, PERRY, PATTY ...L 'N I , if Y , Q .4 A PUTMAN, JULIA A A RAE, RONNIE A' RAMSEY. CAROL REAvEs, BARBARA A RICHARDSON, MIKE RILEY, .IANICE RODDY. KENNETH ROMERE, DEAN ROSENKRANZ, RICHARD SANDER, WELDON PUHLMAN, SANDY PUSATERI, JO ANN K 4'1" Ls' ,x Our minds are filled with a blur Of dates we ean't connect to the proper events. fgrj Essay? S SANDERS, DONNA SCHAFF, FRANCES .. SCHUENEMANN, DICKIE SCHWARTZ, SYLVIA 1 SCOTT, DON 1 3 1' ff' 'I' J f SCURLOCK, PAT SEDDON, JEAN . Af- -A A SELF, SUZANNE V , " SESSIONS, PEGGY -Q-' -R LOAL SHINE, BARBARA """ A -v W A R .. LA,L. Lf ' I 1 I . A I , . Y, I A A 7? I SILBERMAN, BETHEL f , ,Y 'fb SIMMONS, NITA A V if w,g,f - :Ls A A - sKYvARA, RICHARD A --' .3 SLAOLE, MARIANNE ff """ A A sM1TH, BOBBY - "gf" ,:Y. .. , A ,Q I px ' 1 ,AA ,LAA ff' ff SMITH, BONNIE SMITH. CHARLENE SMITH. JANELLE SMITH, KARYE SOFFAR, ALLAN SPENCE. LILLIAN STACK. JIMMIE JO STERNE, PAT STEPHENS, FLORA STOEVER, LYNN ,, Qi ,, X ,xggxgg , A A f I . I LS ff - f . I . 33 -' N 3 . 'L ' -. ,f 5 I fffgtij 4 STOKES, JOHNNY, THOMAS, GLENDA THOMAS, LARRY THOMAS, LARRY THOMSEN, WILLIAM TILLMAN, VERNA DEAN TODD, BARBARA TODD, MAX TOLAND, GEORGE TRAYLOR, SHELBY VAN BEBBER, GAYLE VEALE, NELLA RUTH WAGNER, MARY JANE WARREN, ANN WEAVER, AL WEISE, DOUGLAS WHITE, BEN WHITE, STEPHEN WHITLEY. JANE WHITLEY, WILLIE LEE WILDER, CHARLES WILHITE, DARNELL WILSON, JACK WOLF, HELEN WRIGHT, JENELL ABBOTT, BILL ADAMS, JERILYNN ADAMS, JUDY ADAMS, MYRNA ALLEN, JEAN ARGIROPOULOUS, PAT BAIN, ELAINE BARAK, SHIRLEY BARRETT, HARRY BARROW, RENA BASTJCK, JANE BEARDSWORTH, BONNIE BENNETT, BEVERLY BERTBAND, BRENDA BOYLE, JOHN BOX, PATTY BOZEMAN, SARA BRADLEY, FRED BRADSHAW, KAREN BRASWELL, LINDA BROADWAY, JERRY BROWN, DENNIS BROWN, EL WANDA BROWN, SAM BRUCE, CARLTON BRUNER, JEAN BUCHANAN, BOB BUTLER, LESLIE CAMPBELL, ANNE CANAVIER, BARBARA OPHOIVIORE. OF 75 Frank Waltvrmire explains to Arlene McINIahan and Bernice I'almvr lmw tu wurk a difficult algebra problem. ill If Qs 5 , E R f R , , -R r r r A A if ' ' ' H 5 - , f ' I . ,l,,,ir ii I ir I Ri 'W R r,r A A ' 1 452-jl N .. fr- I fi ' if Q' If f I ,ff ,I A iiiii 2 fr 'I Picfure -I Noi ' Available ., Um IMI? X V '10 R. riirrl , S, Af CARGILL, BOBBY CASAS, DAHLIA CASTLE, LESLYE CHEATHAM, MARILYN CHEATHAM, WANDA CHICKERING. AVIS CHILES, MARJORIE CHIPPENDALE. CARA ANN CHITTENDEN, DEANNA CLOTEAUX, DONNA COFFMAN. JUDY COLLINS, ERNEST COLLUM, VERNA COPELAND, MAYLENE CORLEY, DORIS COUMELIS, JERRY covm, JUDY COWAN, CAROLYN Cox, BARBARA CRAIG, CAROLYN CRANE, JANICE CRENWELGE, CAROLYN CROWDER, DIANE CRUCE, ANNETTE CURRINGTON, BRUCE DEALY. DAVID DENENA, BARBARA DINKER, CAROLYN DOMAN. CAROLYN DOYLE. WESLEY DUNDERDALE, ELAINE ELLIOT. JACKIE ETHEREDCE. CARL FARR. CHARLOTTE FERRIS. JIMMY FRIERY, SAMMIE NELL GARDNER. CAROLYN GARRETT. G. W. CILIIERTII. SUE GILI.. JO ANN CUFF. KATHLEEN GREEN. JOHNNY GREEN, MARY GREEN. SUE UUNINI. CHARLOTTE HAGGARD. SHIRLEY IIALL. JANIIIE HAMMER, IIARRI HAMMER, IIETTY HANIMI-YTT, RUTH an V. if :af ...... qu I ss .r I I we outgrew our wide- eyf-fl status and entcrefl the realm of humanity Lucy Wvavvr and Charlottv Farr take' time- out from Corral lu sturly for finals. . ., v i .1 VIS I ' fi ..- FO I 'il 9 A -v , X Nl Q . In -I fl:-if Af: 1 40 li V41 'L '-ar 5 dw 'g fx 22.1 W I fr II, jfv , .I un!,,k -A W . '-2 i 1-fp, A 'fr .I 7. .Sz-. M .1 A X... I . G f . r 'VT HANSON, SANDRA HARRIS, GEORGE HATCHETT, BRENDA HAWKINS, LINDA HAYNIE, ANN HEINSOHN, SUE HENDRIX, CHARLES HENEXSON, DIXIE HENSCH, LINDA HOBBLE, SHARON HINDMAN, LAURIEL HOLTON, BEN HUFFMAN, BETTY HUNNICUT, LINDA JACKSON, ANN JAMES, SHARON JANEZ, LINDA JENKINS, ANN JENKINS, HARVEY JOHNSON, KAREN JONES, JO JOUSON, MILDRED KANKEY, TRAVIS KERR, BECKY KISSINGER, ADRIENNE KRAMER, MARGARET LISTER, JOE LONG, PAUL LYON, DAVID MARSHALL, 'JENNIE MATHIS, JUDY McALLISTER, JAMES McCARLEY, ELAINE MEADOW, PATTY MESCHKE, ALICE MESSER, NELLE METZLER, JOHNNY MIXON, ELIZABETH MOELLER, BARBARA MOOREHEAD, TERRY MOORELAND, WAYNE MORRIS, VICTOR this was the coming- Of-age year, the year Of anticipation and hard work. 'Q-1 NEEL, DOROTHY NORRIS, DIANNE PARKER, NANCY 23' PARTIN, JANET PASKIE, LINDA I PERRY, JUDY PEYTON, JANIS PHILLIPS, LARRY PLEDGER, SUSIE POLK, GLORIA PURIJY, PAN A RAY, MARION , I A- REEVES, SANDRA , 1 T RHODES.JUDY f I f ' RICHNOW, EVALENE wk fig O A RIDER, BEVERLY ROBERTSONQXIARNIE A A A, . 3 ROBINSON,JANICE , f rrr , ROBINSON 'TONY OOAAAJ 1 , ,, I I I RODEN, NORMA , V sin X !.n,.' Picfure Noi' Available J' A :U 3 Q. OPHOIVIORE I,ow sophomores Dennis Medley, Brooks Wimberly, and .Ierry Langford ask high seniors Marilyn McDonald and .Iohn Terry mlirf-ctiuns to class. ,fd X RODGERS. DARENE RUTH, HELEN SALINAS, MILDRED SANDERS, JERRY SARRIA, DICKIE SAVAGE, DIXIE SCHOONOVER, LAVERNE SMITH, CAROLE SMITH, .IANICE SMITH, SARAH SPEARS, PATTY STERN, TEX STEVENS, TONY STOCTON, KAREN STOERKEL, ANNA THOMPSON, DORIS THOMPSON, JOE THOMPSON, NANCY TILLER, DONNA TILLAR, ,IACQUELINE VAN IIIBBER, CONNIE VIDAI.. DELORES WALLINCFORD, KAREN WARREN, SHIRLEY WATSON, PAT WESSENDORF, BETTY ANN WIIATLEY. SANDY WHEELER. DONNA WHITE, TOMMY WILKEY. DIANE WILLIAMS, DIANNE WILLIAMS. JANET WILLIAMS, LADELL WILLS. JANE WILMOTH. ELSIE WITT. RAYMOND WITTNER, ANN WOLVERTON, STARLIE WOODS, CAROL WORTHAM, SHARON Vs ,"""s 6 we were great G JOIIICIS, until the money ran out Sophrmmrc' beauty finaIists, Thvlma Durham IHIIQ Butlvr Brenda Bertrand, AIicv Me-schko, and Carol Wood pose for the Corral Camera. 'Ng A7 TWO SIDE HAVE WE fx Y ,r OXXXX . . . and patronize the advertisers who make our annual possible ADVERTISEMENTS JEANNIE PEACHER Junior Beaufy Finalisl REX, THE TAILOR 3l5 Travis-Gulfgaie Mall One of America's Leading Jewelers GORDON'S QUALITY JEWELERS b64l Harrisburg Blvd. WA. 3-5568 MCNEEL JEWELRY COMPANY Manufaciuring Jewelers Nexf 'lo Posi' Office 704 Telephone WA. 3-6305 ALTON T. MOBERG Res. Phone WA. 3-47l6 HARRIS' PARK PLACE PHARMACY Visil Our GPH' Shop on lhe Balcony. 8000 PARK PLACE BLVD. WARNOCK'S SUPER MARKET ITZ749 Marltel' S+. 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TEXAS WA-3-2793 WA-3-2794 BEST STATIONERY COMPANY Office Supplies, Filing Equipment and School Supplies 72I Telephone Road HOUSTON 23. TEXAS LEAH BURGESS Senior Beauiy Finalisf Besr Wishes 'l'o Seniors of '58 GREENS BAYOU PHARMACY Besi' Wishes Io fhe Corral NILAND SCHOOL OF DANCING 7I50 Wesiover grcross From HARTMAN JR. HI HI MI. 9-0346 WA. 3-8885 WA. I-55I0 Open Your Teenage Charge Accouni' af E. S. LEVY 8: CO. GULFGATE CONTRACTORS SUPPLY 81 LUMBER Housron, Texas MARY ANN BROWN Runner-Up Junior Beaufy A Good S1'ar1' on a GOOD FUTURE As a Member of fhe Class of I958, You're Off +o a Good Sfarfl May We Congrafulafe You . . .and Wish You Every Success in fhe Years 'Io Come. HUMBLE OIL 8: REFINING COMPANY 1 LOFGREN'S IN GULFGATE Boolcs of All Publishers SCHOOL, OFFICE AND CHURCH SUPPLIES JOHN'S PARTY SHOP "See Us for Pariy Fun" I45 Gulfgale Mall MI. 4-0560 Special Raies 'Io Ausfin High Grads on Tuxedo Renfals BEST TAILORS, INC. 6725 Harrisburg Blvd. LINDA STRAWN Runner-Up Senior Beauh JOLLEY 81 STEELE Plumbing Coniraclors Cbnfracfing-Repairs 640IV2 Telephone Road MI. 5-6666 One Day Service KING FLOOR COMPANY 490I Sfimson Sireei' WA. 6-I36I EDWIN T. FEIGLE CO. TYPEWRITERS-ADDING MACHINES "We Appreciale Your Business" 4909 Fannin JA. 4-6800 258 Delicious Malls, Shalzes, Sundaes FISCHER'S TASTEE FREEZ 4409 Canal Congralulalionsl I957458 BOOSTER CLUB BRENDA McKEE Junior Beauly Finalist R. O. T. C. SHUMBERG ELECTRIC COMPANY 55I7 Dorbrandi' WA. 3-I902 WA. I-5562 YOUNG. THE JEWELER Fine Wa'lcl1, Clock and Jewelry Repairing DIAMONDS. WATCHES. CLOCKS SILVERWARE. GIFTS 9.I 5 Telephone WA. 6-3553 DELUXE CLEANERS LAUNDRY-CLEANING-STORAGE Serving Easf End 5420 Lawndale WA. I-327l 259 1 Open Sunday GOLFCREST HARDWARE Besi' Wishes From MI. 9-2735 BRANDT gt LAWSQN HENDRICK GRAIN COMPANY Priniers and Liihographers Purina Chews Hay, Grain, Feed, and Hardware 25I5 McKinney Ave. WA. I-7I29 66I9 Harrisburg CA. 7-5 I 73 CA. 8-4439 LAKE FOREST LUMBER AND BUILDING CO. In Nor+I1easI' Housion We Inviie You Io See Our FINE BRICK AND FRAME HOMES OR. 2-05I4 AIRPORT F. L. LEPPER TRUCK LINE, INC LUMBER 8: HARDWARE CO. . SI'a'Ie Wlde P.O. Box I226b Modern Equipped Trucks HOUSTON I7, TEXAS 24 YEARS EXPERIENCE MI. 5-339I 9I22 Telephone MI. 5-665I 950I Telephone 1 BRENDA.BERTRAND Sophomore Beaufy Finalisf Congrdulafions From BOB ROBERTSON INC. HOUSTON'S OLDEST CHEVROLET DEALER IIHI ITIIIIM qu u. sv OLL S5 Ausfin Round-Up Sfaff ff7':58 E55 'gQflgyw5' CZ ima, 7 1 a ff' , KZMMJW 15'-, "xl ' 1 , . Q 9 YV?-6Uu.1 0f5"fW""" CAROL WOODS Sophomore Beaufy Finallsi School Photographs of Distinction PROVINE STUDIOS 6204 Kirby Drive MA. 3-4788 BOB CLOPTON, Photographer OX. 4-9454 MAURICE ANGLY LUMBER COMPANY Wholesale Forest Products I733 Ennis P. O. Box l8027 FA. 3-3l03 K-NUZ With I0'7b More Music HOUSTON'S TOP D-J Plus Largesi' and Besf Equipped News Sfaff K-NUZ IS TOPS! K-NUZ-I230 on fhe Dial "We Never SIeep" ALICE MESCHKE LESLIE BUTLER Sophomore Beaufy Finalisi' Runner-Up Sophomore Boaufy FOLEY'S - 1 K7 J -R+ :ill ,YN 'x A 'x I nl N. ...f ,f X g Q .-1 i h PHONE .... CA8-3311 Runner-Up Junior Boauiy JEFF'S NU-TOTEM 6905 Telephone Rd. M59-9065 DINNER BELL CAFETERIA 6525 Lawndale ai' Wayside SONJA WARD 264 Junior Beaufy Fina is I f 4 f. ,-' W-F Qssesasefafi '1. . aml tlrere, Rangers, is my rlaflfs big stalHon . . . aml tlris lrere is Iris favorite corrul!" There is an old saying H- if you want the truth, ask a child. This young member of the Lone Ranger set ex- presses both fact and pride in repeating in his own words statements he has heard his father make ..., Before "our little sheriff" finishes, he will explain to his "posse" that his dads big stallion lSuper 18 Beech- craft to us ole folksl can cross the plains, hills and mountains day or night at 215 miles per hour and make a round trip between Houston and Chicago in the same clay. Despite his tender age, this youngster could also tell his friends' a lot about the J, D. Reed Company and why his dad has always been able to count on their dependable service, ln summing up his father's opin- ion ot the J. D. Reed Company service and mainte- nance work, he will undoubtedly say, "the way they take care ot my dads stallion makes it more super than Super-Man." ylifbx 1' 0... Jahrs One riril 10 ibn' J. D. Raw! Compiuzy will L'01l1'iIZL'L' jillll that our morferrz ffzrilifier, cxlemizfe equipmenl aml fuclory lminerl lefbriirirlrzi ir lbs SUPER Combimztinn that can keep your arrcmfl um! il! tlCL'L'.f.iU7'ifL'Y operating like new. You bare ii lot to gain by doing bzrmzeff uiilb the 1. D. , K Reed CU771j7tlIIy and we are unxiour to term' you. --4---1 sues ssnvieg gifs eee are H " o- ' ' DISTRIBUTOR MUNICIPAL AIRPORT HOUSTON, TEXAS 265 To+ he High and Migh'Iy From Ihe CORRAL STAFF Covey Nash John Terry Sarah Weaver Brenda Wailcer Wanda Baker Maurice McGloI'hin Gwen Moore Jerry Lacy Charlie Goodwin Larry Williamson Jacque McDonald Nell Smi+h Jeanene Cochran Linda Doyle Leonard Nichols Joni Kellough Bill Jeler Jan Enderli '58 HOUSTON GREASE GUN REPAIR SERVICE We Sell and Service Grease Guns, O.P.W. Nozzles, Ba'I'I'ery Charges, Wheel Balances, Milwaukee Jaclr Doyle Vacuum Cleaners 4327 Canal WA 3-445l Congralulalions, Seniors A FRIEND YOUR FUTURE COMES FIRST WITH MASSEY! FIRST in Qualify of Training FIRST in Preference of Employers FIRST in Houslon You are always welcome al' MASSEY-as a visilor or as a sludenf. IIs classrooms are lighf and plea- sanlg ifs equipmenf, modern: ii: faculfy, recognized by Ihe Nalional Council of Business Colleges. Mas- sey is an approved Velerans Training Agency. Day and nigh? classes begin every Monday. Enroll now. MASSEY BUSINESS COLLEGE HOUSTON. TEXAS I2 I 7 Capilol CA a-basl EAST END STATE BANK 4215 Leeland CA 3-4716 MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION THELMA DURHAM Runner-Up Sophomore Beaury BOB ED CARR Runner-Up Mos? Handsome Sr. BRUNSWICK LAUNDRY For Dependable Service 65I7 Harrisburg "If We Don'+ Gof I+, We'II Gei I+" SUN RAY DRUG 4438 Canal WA 6-8438 GRIFFIN BARBER SHOP Owner, B. GRIFFIN PEARLAND, TEX. Complimenfs of GATEWAY LUMBER CO. 680I Telephone MI 5-2496 LARRY THOMAS Runner-Up Mosi' Handsome Jr. AN INVITATION Pefro-Tex inviies young men and women Io examine Ihe dynamic fu- 'Iure made possible by The vasi pehochemical indusfry. Every 'Iype of skill and Training is used in our business 'Io Ireep pace wiih modern demand in our fasi' changing economy. Inierviews are granfed Io grad- uaies who plan scienfific careers. PETRO-TEX CHEMICAL CORPORATION Hous+on I, Texas KOPPER KETTLE CAFETERIA IClosed Sunday, Counfer Service, 6 A.M.-8 P-M. Cafeferia Service. II A.M.-8 P.M. Shori' Orders WA-6-7203 6623 Harrisburg Blvd. HOUSTON ll. TEXAS LARRY WILLIAMSON BILLY JETER Runner-Up Mosi' Handsome Sr. Runner-Up Mosi' Handsome Jr RAEBURN'S STUDIO Por+ran+s-Weddings and Commercial Phofography WA 6-9 I 08 732 Telephone HOUSTON, TEXAS 27I MOHR BUICK COMPANY Direct Factory Dealer SERVICE-SALES-PARTS PAINT AND BODY WORK FACTORY TRAINED MECHANIC WA 6-96I I 700I Harrisburg Blvd. CongraI'uIaI'ions, Seniors! F. W. HEITMANN CO. DIXIE EMPLOYMENT SERVICE Hardware-Wholesale CompIe+e PIacemenI' Service 'For Men and Women I4I7 Kress WA 8-3IOI SOUTH COAST BLDG. CA 2-9537 How Soon After Graduation Will You Slart Paying The Bills? It just depends, doesn't it? . . . whether you're going off to college . . . getting married . . . going to work right away. Whichever routeiyou take, in the not too distant future you'll probably start using electric service in your own home. We thought you'd like if? .1 E , l , - 'L .ku gif ' XI' ' Q E 1. 4 V to know that your Light Company is made up Q ig of folks just like you . . . folks who have worked very hard to keep electric rates low. ' We are a business-managed, tax-paying Qil company-a part of the American free enterprise , 1 system that has brought more benefits to more ,E ig'-i people than any other in history. II... I Free Enterprise- At W'ork Has Maile Electric Service I Ann-rivu's Cru-ull-sl Bargain !..' 53? 1 nous i M y . inn LIGHTING Congraiulalions io ihe CORRAL HOUSTON SHELL 81 CONCRETE Office 4I2 N. S+. Charles CA. 2-9l6l PASADENA SHELL 8: CONCRETE Pasadena 272 Congra+uIa+ions MASSEY BUSINESS COLLEGE FIRST SINCE I887" I 2 I 7 CapiI'oI CA. 8-633 I AIR CONDITIONED-FOR YOUR COMFORT THE INDUSTRIAL V STATE BANK OF HOUSTON 0 I-.Spaw- .6 Wayside Drive aI' CapiI'oI and Member of F.D.I.C. means SERVICE LOWE, THE FLORIST 520I Hillman S+ree'l' WA. 3-l63l DICKEY ELECTRIC COMPANY 7753 Almeda-Genoa Roacl Ml. 5-2409 Congralulafions From THE AUSTIN AUTO SHOP Congra'I'ula+ions "DUMPY" Ma and Pa Pusaieri For BUYING? SELLING? TRADING? Compefenl' REAL ESTATE Represeniaiion Call- D. S. TULEY 81 ASSOCIATES Real'I'ors 792l Park Place Blvd. Ml. 5-2438 Com plimenfs of BOYD L. FARR Home uilder Ml. 5-8788 "Be'H'er Homes by Farr" -'H' - z."1,+A- .' - l"'.- ' . J 11 ' -.L 1 1 -.s- EQ' ,: 5,-, K:.f.,,x it ' i I L 55. 4. , LJ, .. ,. BV.. -..N-Q ' ' -, ' ' 11 '51 -.Q ' 1-F9 ' ' - , nys f vo u F-,61,' . E 5 1 , .4 7 f L 19, 4 s 1 ff yi' ,: ,wif J fi' ' " -i f H . 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