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- Class of 1964
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VOL. XXVI 1964
STEPHEN F. AUSTIN HIGH SCHOOL
PAT SNYDER MARTHA HARRISON DUKE GOSSAGE
Sophomore Editor Organizations Editor Sports Editor
Let's draw a picture of a lady-a gracious lady-a talented lady-not with the cold, black ink of statistics but
with the warm colors of a quiet, charming personality.
Mrs. LeGros, the background of this picture is a panorama of twenty years in the schools, the elementary, the jun-
ior high and the senior high schools of Texas. These are the years colored with your love of the beautiful passed
on to all your art students, your love of books shared by children when you were their librariang your love of life
and good order and harmony achieved in your years as Dean of Austin High School, your devotion to God and
church in your Sunday School teaching, and the joy you have in your family life and grandchildren.
Your professional life has seen you winning a B.A. degree, a BS. degree and an M.A. degree in the colleges of
your choice, Sam Houston State Teachers College, Parsons School of Design, The University of Colorado and the
University of Houston.
May the CORRAL Staff and sponsors join all the students of Austin High School and its alumni in wishing you,
the honoree of the 1964- CORRAL, all the beauty of life and happiness that your devoted service deserves?
Dedicated to Mrs. Bertha LeGros
Dean of Austin High School
Today the CORRAL comes to you bound with music in a marching
air. It is a day in May.
Without regret or care it shows its pictures smooth, its favorites
clebonair. But where can we begin to tell the real story of a great
year at Austin-how deep the furrow that sorrow dug, how hard the
climb to knowledge, how warming and endearing the friendship, how
cold the winter winds and fog, how cheering the wild shouts for cham-
pions, bow bewildering the crowds, the dances, the ticking of clocks
at study and tests, how silent the victories of honors, scholarships,
medals and awards?
Today the CORRAL comes to you, bound with loving labor,
touched with sleepless working hours to remind you of 1964, a year
of dreams . . . of serious, hopeful work-and yes, a year of accom-
and the members of the 1964 CORRAL staff and sponsor.
Administration, pages 7-125 Faculty, pages 13-25, Activities, pages
26-433 Seniors, pages 4-4--1243 Organizations, pages 125-206, Sports,
207-256, Underclassmen, 257-289, Ads and Autographs, 306 +.
Dr. James H. Goettee
Dr. James H. Goettee, distinguished educator and civic leader, is the principal of
Austin High School. Dr. Coettee is a member of the Phi Delta Kappa, Delta Kappa
Pi, the past president of the Eastern Houston Kiwanis Club, the past president of the
Houston Council of Education, the Houston Association of Secondary School Admin-
istrators, a life member of the National Congress of Parents and Teachers, a life
member and past vice-president of the Texas State Teachers Association and the
National Association of Secondary School Principals whose Bulletin has published
his articles on education. He is past president of the Houston Council of Education
and a life member of the National Education Association.
Dr. Goettee received his B.S. degree from Sam Houston State Teachers College, his
Master of Education from the University of Texas and his doctorate in Education
from the University of Houston. He is listed in the National Social Register, in
"Who's Who in American Education" and "Who's Who in the South and Southwest."
Mr. A. E. Kotrola
Mr. A. E. Kotrola received his B.A. degree from Texas Technological College, did
special work at Brown University and received his Master's degree from the Uni-
versity of Texas. He is a member of the Houston Administrators, the Texas State
Teachers Association and the Houston Council of Education.
For ten years Mr. Kotrola was the football coach at Austin and in 1954 was named
the Texas "Coach of the Year." The same strong spirit of cooperation, responsibility
and good conduct pervades the work of the assistant principal's office. His duties
carry him from one end of the campus to the other and to all the school activities,
keeping the school "team" at top performance.
Mrs. Bertha LeGros
Mrs. Bertha LeGros brings to her office of Dean, the many-sided experience of her
long and interesting career in the public schools. Mrs. LeGros carries a B.A. degree,
a B.S. degree and a Master's degree. Her colleges are the University of Colorado,
Teachers College, Greeley, Coloradog the Parsons School and the University of
A serene and gracious manner moves with the multiplicity of the Dean's duties.
Guiding and counseling girls at Austin, ordering drill books, interviews with parents,
auditorium programming, supervision of cafeteria, presiding at all scholastic and
social events of the school fill the hours of the Deanis day.
Miss Annie Laurie Howard
Essentially, the role of registrar concerns itself with main-
taining scholastic standards, graduation requirements, perma-
nent record cards, transcripts and classification of the
student body. Miss Howard's continued interest in all of
Austin's students, past and present, distinguishes her service
in this office. She has a B.A. and M.A. degree from the Uni-
versity of Texas and graduate study at the Universities of
New York, Colorado, and California.
Focus on the
Miss Beatrice Lytle
B.A., University of Texasg M.A., New York Universityg
Counselor Certificate, University of Houston.
. All the bright-eyed hopes and wordless fears of the student are saved for the
The full educational program is applied in the counselor's office to the in-
dividual. Conferences are held, parents consulted, four-year plans arranged,
drooping grades bolstered and scholarship reports computed. The new student
has a skillful guide, the graduate a reliable map of opportunity and assurance
as each leaves the office of his counselor.
Dr. Helen Soncrant Miss Mildred Hart
B.A., Northwestern State B.A., University of Texas
M.A., Ph.D., University of Texas M.Ed., University of Houston
MRS. MAXINE BRANARD MRS. CECELIA ALSTON
Secretary Attendance Clerk
Secretarial, financial and clerical duties performed by Austin's office personnel
add immeasurably to the efficient operation of our school. Reports, bookkeeping,
teachers' supplies and the daily bulletins required are all prepared by this capable
MRS. OMA PEARL LEWIS MRS. OPAL MYER
Treasurer Office Clerk
MiSS Margaret Ann Dutton Mrs. Gladys Tuley Mrs. Charlotte Holmquest MI- C. L. .l0llIlSt0l1
ART ART COMMERCIAL COMMERCIAL
Miss Adelle Peel Mrs. Dorothy Tipton
Mrs. Mary Brown
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B.A., Texas Womens University
Sponsor: Art Club
MRS. GLADYS TULEY
B.A., University of Texas
M.Ed., University of Houston
Sponsor: Art Club
MRS. CHARLOTTE HOLMQUEST
B.A.A., Southern Methodist University
MR. G. L. JOHNSTON, Chairman
B.S., North Texas University
M.S., University of Houston
Co-sponsor: Student Council
MRS. WOODIE MAE KENDALL
B.A., B.B.A., Baylor University
M.E., University of Texas
MISS ADELLE PEEL
B.S, University of Houston
Sponsor: Commercial Club
MRS. DOROTHY TIPTON
B.B.A., Sam Houston State Teachers
M.B.A., University of Houston
MRS. LILLIAN BARROW
B.A., University of Houston
M.A., Rice University
MRS. MARY BROWN
B.A., l3.S, Howard Payne College
MA., Columbia University
Sponsor: ROUND-UP, Quill and Scroll
MR. JAMES R. RUNNER
B.A., Sam Houston State Teachers
MISS E. C. CARROLL
B.A., M.A., University of Houston
MRS. FRANCES DEMENT
B.A., B.S., Southwest Texas Teachers
M.A., State University of Iowa
MRS. MARY ELIZABETH GETTY
B.A., Sacred Heart Dominican College
M.A., University of Texas
Sponsor: Junior Sub-Debs
MR. WILLIAM GRASTY
B.S., University of Houston
Sponsor: National Forensic League
MISS MARILYN GROVE
B.A., University of Texas
MISS BEATRICE HARRISON
B.A.. Rice University
MRS. ELLEN LANCER
B.A., Incarnate Word College
Sponsor: CORRAL Yearbook
MISS JIMMAE LARUE
B.A., M.A., University of Texas
MRS. JULIA B. LEONARD
B.S., University of Texas
Chairman. English Department
MR. JERRY L. LONG
B.A.. University of Houston
Sponsor: Green Curtain Club
MISS SADIE McLEAN
B.A., Rice University
M.A., University of Texas
MRS. MARGARET MIXON
B.A.. B.S., M.A., Sam Houston State
M.Ed., University of Houston
MRS. FAYE SAUER
A.A.. Lon Morris Junior College
B.A.. Centenary College.
MR. SAM C. SCARDINO
B.A., University of St. Thomas
MRS. JEWEL B. DRAKE
B.A., Scarritt College
M.A., University ol Houston
Sponsor: Senior Sub-Debs.
MISS SONDRA GRIZZELL
B.A., Southern Methodist University,
University of Houston
MRS. MAYBELLE KENNEDY, Chairman
B.A., University of Arizona
MISS EVELYN McGINTY
B.A., Rice University
M.A., University ol Texas
Sponsor: Latin Club .
MR. JACK B. TAYLOR
B.A., Texas Christian University
M.L., University of Houston
Sponsor: Spanish Club
MRS. ESTELLA TOMEK
B.S., Secondary Education, University
of Houston. Attended Albert-Ludwig
University, Freiburg, Germany and
Goethe Institute, Munich, Germany
MISS HAZEI.. HENDERSON .
Sponsor: Future Homemakers of America
MRS. LUCILLE SMITH
Teaching Diploma, H. Sophie Newcomb
B.S., Sam Houston State Teachers
College: M.S., University of Texas
MR. F. R. REID
B.S., M.Ed., Sam Houston State
MR. LOUIS T. RHEINBOLDT
B.S.I.Ed., M.Ed., University of
Sponsor: Radio Club
MR. JAMES ROACH
B.S., Texas A dr I
MR. KENNETH STEWART
B.S., Sam Houston State Teachers
MR. A. M. YARRINGTON, Chairman
B.S., University of Texas
MRS. RUTH BLOYD
B.A., Rice University
M.A., University of Texas , 3 ,
MR. THOMAS W. BOATMAN '
B.S., Stephen F. Austin State
Teachers' College ,
B.A., Mary Hardin Baylor
M.A., University of Texas
Chairman, Mathematics Department.
MRS. HAZEL M. LOWRANCE
B.A., Texas Womens University
M.A., Texas College of Arts and
MR. EDWIN G. MASON
B.A., Southwestern University
M.A., University of Texas
Sponsor: Christian Student Union
MRS. ANNA RAUER
B.A., Louisiana State University
MR. HUGH RUTHVEN
B.B.A., University of Houston
Financial Advisor, CORRAL Yearbook
MR. C. W. SMITH
B.S., East Texas State Teachers'
MRS. EUGENIA STEGALL
B.S., M.S., University of Houston
Sponsor: National Honor Society
MR. DOYLE M. STONE
B.S.E., Arkansas A Gr M
M.S.E., Arkansas State Teachers'
College Financial Advisor, ROUND-UP
MR. EDGAR L. VICK
B.S., Sam Houston State Teachers
MR. DEVON FLOYD
B.S., East Texas Baptist College
Sponsor: Band and Orchestra
MR. JACK NOVAK, Chairman
B.S., University of Houston
Sponsor: Chorale, Choralettes, Boys'
BOYS' PHYSICAL EDUCATION:
MR. LEE R. BEESON
B.S., Sam Houston State Teachers
Coach: Junior Varsity Football and Track
MR, WILLIAM J. COOK, Chairman
B.S., M.Ed., University of Houston
Coach: Varsity Football, Assistant Track
MR. C. P. RILEY
B.S., Sam Houston State Teachers College
Coach: Football, Head Basketball
MR. TED WATSON
B.S., Rice University
M.Ed., University of Houston
Coach: Football, Baseball
SGT. DARREL FOWLER
Assistant Commandant, R.0.T.C.
SGT. GENE M. LOW
GIRLS' PHYSICAL EDUCATION:
MISS BETTY BLAKELY
B.S., University ol Houston
M.A., Colorado State College
Sponsor: Scottish Brigade
MRS. OPAL W. COWAN, Chairman
B.S., University of Oklahoma
Sponsor: City Archery, Swimming,
MISS RITA KIMBALL
B.S., Sam Houston State Teachers College
Sponsor: Cheerleaders, Stevie, City
Volleyball and Majorettes
MRS. DIANE MILLER
B.S., University of Paris
B.S., University of Houston
MRS. LURINA PATTON
R.N., Memorial Hospital
Sponsor: Future Nurses Club
MRS. ELAINE BERRY
B.A. in Library Science, Texas Womens
Sponsor: Library Club
MISS BERTIE SIMS
B.Mus., Converse College
B.Mus., Louisiana State University
Sponsor: Projectors Club, Assistant
Sponsor of National Honor Society
MR. ERNEST R. BAKER
B.S., Auburn University
MRS. HELEN BARNES, Chairman
B.S., Florida State University
MR. J. M. BLACKWELL
B.S., Sam Houston State Teachers
Sponsor: Key Club
MISS NAOMI EKMAN
B.A., University of Texas
M.A., Columbia University
MR. SIDNEY JONES
B.S., Rice University
Coach: "B" Basketball, Junior Varsity
-Football, Tennis Team
MR. 'GEORGE LESTER
' B.S., Sam Hairston State Teachers
MISS JACQUELYN McDONALD
B.A., Baylor University
Sponsor: Booster Club
MR. JAMES B. McIJONALD
B.S., Texas Tech
M.Ed., Texas Tech
MR. A. C. SCHILLER
B.S., University of Texas
M.Ed., University of Houston
MR. CHARLES BIGHAM
B.A., Southwestern University
M.Ed., University of Texas
MR. CLIFTON CROWSON
B.S., M.A., Sam Houston State Teachers
Co-sponsor: Key Club
MISS RUTH GREENHILL
B.A., M.A., Rice University
MR. E. J. GRISWQD
B.S., Sam Houston State Teachers
Sponsor: American Legion,Award Club
MR. JOHN HARPER, Chairman
B.S., Arkansas A dr M
M.A., Arkansas University
Sponsor: Christian Student Union
MRS. ALICE HEATON
B.S., Lamar Tech
Sponsor: Future Teachers of .America
MR. WAYNE HEINZE
B.A., Baylor University,
and University of Houston
MISS MOLLIE JACKSON
B.A., Rice University
M.A., University of Colorado
MR. JOHN C. SCOTT
B.A., College of Emporia
Sponsor: Track Team, Green and White
MR. CHARLES R. TAYLOR
B.A., Rice University
MR. J. W. MAGUIRE
B.A., University of Corpus Christi
MISS MARY McDERMOTT
B.S.E., Arkansas State Teachers College
M.S.S.W., Western Reserve University
MR. NOAH SPARKS
B.A., Southwestern State University,
MRS. LOIS TEAL
B.S., Kent State University
MR. GEORGE POLLARD
B.S., University of Houston
MR. WALTER B. SIMONS
B.B.A., M.L., University of Houston
MR. T. MASON WALDMAN
B.B.A., University of Texas
M.B., University of Houston
Sponsor: Distributive Education, School
MR. R. H. WRIGHT
M.A., Sam Houston State Teachers
Sponsor: Future Farmers of America
MR. A. M. YARRINGTON, Chairman
B.S., University of Texas
Mark W. Liddell Ricky Trevathan .Toe Nelson
Sue Bruner Pat Buzan Patti Phillips
With the Number 1 cheerleader team in eight states leading
our school spirit, enthusiasm in all of Austin's activities
zoomed to new heights during the school year. Mark,
and J oe, Sue, Pat and Patti won their first place title at the
Southern Methodist University cheerleading workshop August
4-9, 1963, in Dallas. Miss Rita Kimball is their school
September 6, 1963
At Austin . .
Excitement and anticipation reign as Aus-
tin High's lively organizations participate
in Opening Day activities . . .
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Cynthia Almendarez Nelda Faye Andrews Pamela Anthony Nelda Appling
ABERCROMBIE, CHARLES LLOYD: .l.V. Baseball 61-623
Booster Club 61-64. AMBITION : Mathematician.
ABERCROMBIE, ERIN JEANNINE: Band 61-643 Orches-
tra 63-643 Corral Representative 61-623 Student Council
643 Art Club 61-623 Booster Club 63-64. AMBITION:
ABERNATHY, ELAINE: C.S.U. 62-643 Future Teachers of
America 63-643 Chorale 62-643 Librarian of Chorale 63-643
Alternate Student Council Reprmentative 623 Booster Club
63-64: Jr. Red Cross Representative 63-64-Q Coed Archery
623 Volleyball Intramurals 63: Softball Intramurals 633
Junior Sub-Debs 633 Senior Sub-Debs 643 Vice-Pres. of Jr.
Red Cross 63-64. AMBITION: Attend S. F. Austin College
and major in English in order to become a high school
ACKER, DAVID REX: Booster Club 61-643 P.T.A. Repre-
sentative 62-633 C.S.U. 63-643 Student Council Alternate
63-643 Art Club 63-643 Dads' Club 62-63. AMBITION:
AKERY, LARRY NICHOLAS: F .F.A. 62-63.
ALFORD, MORRIS LEE: F.F.A. 61-623 C.S.U. 61-643
Booster Club 61-643 Boys' Chorus 63-643 Art Club 63-643
Vice-President 63-64. AMBITION: Attend North Texas
ALLARDYCE, GLENN: Key Club 63-643 Officer: -R.O.T.C.
Company C Commander 63-643 Booster Club 63-643 Round-
Up Representative 61. AMBITION: Attend University of
Texas, Electronics Engineering, U. S. Air Force and then
ALLEN, GAILA MARIE: C.S.U. 61-643 Booster Club 61-643
.lunior Sub-Debs 62-63: Senior Sub-Debs 63-643 Round-Up
Staff 63-643 Managing Editor 63-643 Assistant Editor,
Pigskin Press 633 Girls' Tennis Intramurals 633 Student
Council Alternate 62-633 Round-Un Homeroom Representa-
ALMENDAREZ, CYNTHIA: Booster Club 62-643 Green
Masque Players 62-633 Jr. Sub-Debs 633 Sr. Sub-Debs
63-643 Archery Intramurals 623 C.S.U. 63-643 Archery
Team 633 Baseball Intramurals 62-633 Badminton Intra-
murals 623 Volleyball Intramurals 633 Basketball Intra-
murals 62. AMBITION: Business Administration.
ANDREWS, NELDA FAYE: Members of City Wide Volley-
ball Team 61-62Q Treasurer of D.E. Chapter 62-633 Parlia-
mentarian of D.E. 63-64.
ANTHONY, PAMELA: R.O.T.C. Sponsor 63-643 Booster
Club 623 Green Masque Club 623 C.S.U. 623 Chorale
63-64. AMBITION: Telephone operator.
APPLING, NELDA: Scottish Brigade: Reserves 61-623 Reg-
ular Reserves 62-632 Regulars 63-643 Corporal 63-643 Alter-
nate Red Cross Representative 63-643 Choraletbes 62-643
Parliamentarian 63-643 Reporter 63-643 Booster Club 61-643
C.S.U. 61-64. AMBITION : Airline Stewardess.
ARANDA, LUPIE: AMBITION: Attend business school and
work in executive office.
ARDREY, GAYLE ANN: Scottish Brigade 61-643 Re-
serves 613 Regular Co. C 62-643 Corporal 63-643 Booster
Club 61-643 C.S.U. 61-6-13 Junior Sub-De-bs 62-633 Senior
Sub-Debs 63-643 Student Council 61-622 Chorale 62-64-Q
Junior Red Cross Alternate 63-64. AMBITION: To major
in Home Economics at Stephen F. Austin State College.
ASIIENFELDER. JACK E. JR.: Chorale 63-643 Booster
Club 61-64. AMBITION: To become an attorney.
ATTRA, JACQUELINE DIANE: National Honor Society
63-6-L3 Ponyline Directory Cover 63-643 Bronco Wfhirl Dec-
orations Committee 63-643 Fixture Teachers of America
Club 63-643 Archery Intramurals 63-643 Jr. Sub-Debs 63-
643 Booster Club 61-643 Green Masque Players 61-643
Art Club 61-64: Letters 63-643 Modern Dance Club 62-643
Letter 632 P.'I'.A. Representative 63-643 Bronco Whirl In-
vitations Committee 63-643 Sr. Sub-Debs 63-64-3 C.S.U.
61-643 Teens Against Polio 62-63. AMBITION: Attend the
University of Houston and major in Elementary Education.
AUDISH, BILLY LOYD: Art Club 63-643 Booster Club 63-
643 Sophomore Football Intramurals. AMBITION: To make
money and lots of it.
BAIMONTE, JOE: AMBITION: Attend University of Hous-
ton and become a Certified Public Accountant.
BALDRIDGE, JAMES A.: Booster Club 61-64. AMBITION:
To become a sheet-metal draftsman.
BALL, DONNA SUE: Booster Club 61-643 C.S.U. member
61-64-3 Junior Sub-Debs 62-633 Senior Sub-Debs 63-643 Green
Masque 6261-3 Speech Activities 62-63: Round-Up Repre-
sentative 62-633 Sponsor of R.0.T.C. Rifle Team 63-643
R.O.T.C. Staff-Adjutant Sponsor 63-643 Member of Spon-
sor Rifle Team 63-643 Round-Up Cub Reporter 63-64-3
Clinic Assistant 63-643 R.0.T.C. Sponsor 63-64-3 Modern
Dance Club 62-63. AMBITION: Get married.
BANISTER, JAMES: Basketball Intramurals 622 Football
BANNERMAN, JAMES KNOX: Key Club 61-6'-I-Q Science
Club 61-633 C.S.U. 61-643 Booster Club 61-64. AMBITION:
Attend University of Houston and major in math.
BARCLAY, DIAN DELORES: Jr. Sub-Debs 61-62g Sr.
Sub-Debs 63-643 Booster Club 61-621 C.S.U. 61-623 Future
Homemakers of America 62-643 Commercial Club 63-64.
BARCLAY, RONNIE WAYNE: J.V. Football 623 Booster
Club 61-633 C.S.U. 61-63. AMBITION: Take Veterinary
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BASS UA T : Scottish- Brigade 61-643
, eserves 61-623 Bagpipe Corps 62-633 Top Sergeant of
Bagpipes 63-643 Future Teachers Club 62-633 Booster Club
61-643 C.S.U. 61-643 Junior Sub-Debs 62-633 Senior Sub-
Debs 63-643 Art Club 62-633 Corral Representative 63-64.
AMBITION: Teacherg attend University of Houston.
BECKHAM, RONDENA MARIE: Scottish Brigade 61-643
Reserves 613 Company B 61-623 Corporal Company B 62-
63g Top Sergeant 'Flags 63-643 Brigade Volleyball Runner-
ups 62-633 Corral Staff 62-643 Jr. Editor 62-633 Associate
Editor 63-643 Corral Representative 61-633 Round-Up Repre-
sentative 62-633 Quill and Scroll 63-642 Vice-President 63-
641 Student Council 62-643 P.T.A. Representative 62-633
Future Teachers 62-633 Art Club 62-633 Green Masque
Players 61-631 Jr. Sub-Debs 62-633 Sr. Sub-Debs 63-643
Sergeant-at-Arms 63-643 C.S.U. 61-643 Booster Club 61-643
Tri-BC's 63-643 President 63-64. AMBITION: Attend Uni-
versity of Houston and obtain a degree in Pharmacy.
BEENE, DIANNA: Orchestra 61-643 Booster Club 63-64.
AMBITION: Work in Foreign Service.
BEHRENS, GEORGE CARRETT: Latin Club 62-64-Q Curile
Aedile 63-643 Tennis 63-64-3 Booster Club 61-643 Student
Council 633 Science Club 633 Key Club 62-643 P.T.A.
Representative 63-643 C.S.U. 61-643 Calendar Council 633
AA 63 Program Chairman 643 Badminton 63g Dads' Club
Representative 62-633 Bronco Whirl Committee 64. AMBI-
TION: Study medicine.
BERKSTRESSER, BETTY KEENE: National Honor So-
ciety 632 Corresponding Secretary, Membership Chairman3
Booster Club 61-643 Student Councilg Library Club3 C.S.U.3
Baseball Intramurals, Volleyball Intramurals, Track Intra-
murals, Swimming Intramurals. AMBITION : Speleologist.
BILLINGSLEY, CHARLES: Football3 TIHCRQ Booster Club
61-643 C.S.U. 61-64. AMBITION: Medical career.
BINGHAM, CHERYL KAY: Booster Club 62-633 C.S.U.
63-643 Sr. Sub-Debs 63-643 Commercial Club 63-643 R.O.T.C.
Sponsor 63-64. AMBITION: Legal Secretary.
BISH, CONCETTA: Art Club 623 Booster Club 62-633
C.S.U. 623 Drama Club 633 Junior Achievement 631 Bronco
Whirl Committee 63. AMBITION: Interior decorator.
BLACKMON, PRISCILLA ELOISE: C.S.U. 61-643 Booster
Club 61-643 Co-Head Chairman of the Bronco Whirl 63-643
American Legion Club 61-643 Vice-President 63-643 Junior
Sub-Debs 62-633 Senior Sub-Debs 63-643 Commercial Club
63-643 President 63-643 Scottish Brigade Reserves 19613
Regular Company B 62-633 Lieutenant Company B 63-64.
AMBITION: 1 want to he a Professional Secretary.
BLACKSHEAR, BONNIE SHARON: R.O.T.C. Sponsor 63-
643 Sponsor Co. "C"3 Girls' Rifle Teamg Rifle Team
Sponsorg C.S.U.3 Booster Club 61-643 Sr. Sub-Debs 63-643
Round-Up Reporter3 Future Homemakers of America. AMBI-
TION: Attend College.
BLANKENSHIP, CURTIS LEE: Football 63-643 Fullback,
Center, and Defensive Linebacker3 Booster Club 61-633
Boys' Chorus Representative 633 C.S.U. 63-64. AMBITION:
BLUE, CHARLES ERNEST: Booster Club 623 Swimming
Team 621 Vocational Ag 62-633 Vocational Radio 63-64.
Graduates sing their class song.
BOLSTER, CHARMEL: Choralettes 62-645 Vice-President
63-645 R.0.T.C. Sponsor 63-645 Battalion Sponsor 635
Color Guard Sponsor 635 C.S.U. 61-645 Booster Club 61-645
Green Masque Players 62-635 Volleyball Manager Girls'
City Team 62-635 Basketball Manager Girls' Team 61-625
Badminton Manager Girls' Team 62-635' Jr. and Sr. Team5
All City Choir 62-635 Junior Sub-Debs 62-635 Senior Sub-
Debs 63-64. AMBITION: Attend college and major in
BOMAN, CARROLL IVAYNE: AMBITION: Sam Houston
State Teachers' College.
BONAR, ALBERT JAMES JR.: Editor of the Round-Up,
Fall 635 Booster Clubg Art Club5 Member of the Latin Club
fArtificium Latinumlg Photographer for the Round-Up and
Corral. AMBITION: To become an artist.
BOONE, PATSY ANN: Booster Club 61-645 C.S.U. 61-635
Latin Club 625 Jr. Sub-Debs 62-635 Sr. Sub-Debs 63-645
Dads' Club Rep. 62. AMBITION: Attend College.
BORRELLO, JOHN ROY: Band 61-645 Booster Club 63-
645 Pep Band 63-64. AMBITION: Attend University of
BOUDREAUX, GREGORY LORDSON: Booster Club 61-
645 Basketball Intramurals Champ 62-Soph.5 Basketball
Intramurals Champ 63-Jr. AMBITION: To live a full life.
BRACE, SEELY DUNN: Band 61-64-5 Primary First Lieu-
tenant 63-645 Library 63-645 Key Club 63-645 Pep Band
63-645 Booster Club 61-645 C.S.U. 61-64. AMBITION: To
make my mother and father proud of me and to succeed
in my chosen vocation.
BRADLEY, DAVID NIXON JR.: Booster Club 61-645 Austin
Legionnaires 62-635 R.O.T.C. Drum and Bugle Corps Com-
pany 62-645 C.S.U. 61-645 Projection Engineer 61, 63-645
Boys' Chorus 625 Chorale 63-64. AMBITION: Electrical
BRADLEY, SHARON: Choralettes 61-625 Junior Sub-Debs
62-635 Senior Sub-Debs 63-645 C.S.U.5 Brigade Reserves
615 Booster Club 61-645 Distributive Education Reporter
63-645 Speech and Drama 635 Ribbona 625 Typist for
Randall's clo D.E. AMBITION: A Homemaker or Teacher.
BRADSHAW, BECKY SUE: Booster Club 61-645 Journal-
ism Reporter 62-645 Scottish Brigade Reserves 613 Green
Masque 62-635 Art Club 62-645 4-H Club Memberg Horse
Wranglers of Texas. AMBITION: Airline Stewardess.
BRANNON, KATHRYN LEE: Regular of Drill Corps, Scot-
tish Brigade 61-625 Choralettes 625 D.E. 62-63. AMBITION:
BRANTNER, GRAYCE LOU: Green Masque Players 62-
645 Finalist Miss Green Masque 635 C.S.U. 62-64-5 Booster
Club 62-645 National Forensic League 63-645 Runner-up
F.F.A. Sweetheart 63-645 QChapter Queenlg Runner-up Most
Popular Junior5 Junior Sub-Debs 635 Senior Sub-Debs 645
Badminton Intramuralsg Volleyball Intramuralsg Co-ed Arch-
eryg P.T.A. Representative 62-635 Student Council 62-645
Round-Up Representative 62-635 Corral Representative 625
Junior Red Cross Representative, Alternate 63. AMBI-
Charmel Bolster D Carroll Wayne BOMB!! Albert James Bonar Jr. Patsy Ann Boone
John Roy Borrello Gregory Lordson Boudrbaux Seely Dunn Brace David Nixon Bradley J,-I
Sharon Bradley Becky Sue Bradshaw Kathryn Lee Brannon Grayce Lou Branlner
Sidney Earl Brashear Daniel Durden Brennan Ray Bridges Janis Ann Brown
Sue Christa Bruner Carol Burgay Jolene Bums Mary Burt
Mary Alice Bustamante Joe Butera Patricia Ann Buzan Sarah Beth Byrne
BRASHEAR, SIDNEY EARL: Booster, Club 62-645 .l.V.
Football 62-63-Lettered. AMBITION: Attend University
of Houston. Mechanical Technician.
BRENNAN, DANIEL DURDEN: Baseball Team-Varsity
Letter 635 Booster Club 61-635 Senior Class Lawyer 645
Bronco Whirl Decoration Committee 635 Football Intra-
murals .lr. Champions 625 Sr. Champions 64. AMBITION:
Attend SMU and study law.
BRIDGES, RAY: Football 61-635 C.S.U. 61-645 Booster
Club 61-645 Key Club 61-645 Most Handsome 62-635 Most
Handsome Runner-up 61-625 Library Club 63-645 Fire
Patrol 62-645 Dads' Club Rep. 63-64. AMBITION: Attend
BROWN, .IANIS ANN: Scottish Brigade-Reg. 61-63 Co.
B, Right Color Guard of American Flag 63-645 Student
Council 61-645 Soph. Directory5 Green Masque Players
61-625 C.S.U. 61-645 Booster Club 61-645 Jr. Sub-Debs 62-
635 Sr. Sub-Debs 63-645 P.T.A. Rep. 62-64-5 Art Club 63-
645 Library Club 63-64. AMBITION: To attend college and
study elementary education.
BRUNER, SUE CHRISTA: Cheerleader 63-645 Runner-Up
Best All Around Senior 63-645 National Honor Society
63-645 Booster Club 61-645 C.S.U. 61-645 Jr. Sub-Debs 62-
635 Sr. Sub-Debs 63-645 City Volleyball Team 61-635 Letter
62-635 City Swimming Team 61-625 Letter 61-625 Student
Council Alt. 63-645 Corral'Rep. 62-63. AMBITION: To
attend College or Business School to prepare for a Secre-
BURGAY, CAROL: Booster Club 61-635 Round-Up Reporter
63-64. AMBITION: Secretary.
BURNS, JOLENE: Booster Club 61-645 C.S.U. 61-64,
Green Masque 61-623 Jr. Sub-Debs 62-635 Sr. Sub-Debs 63-
64. AMBITION: Attend Busines School.
BURT, MARY: Choralettes 62-635 Art Club 62-645 .lunior
Sub-Debs 62-635 Senior Sub-Debs 63-645 Booster Club 61-
645 C.S.U. 61-64.
BUSTAMANTE, MARY ALICE: Booster Club 61-645 Green
Masque 62-635 Junior Sub-Debs 62-635 Senior Sub-Debs
63-645 Camp Archery As. 635 Archery Team 63. AMBITION:
Go into the field of interior decoration.
BUTERA, JOE: Booster Club 61-645 Football Intramurals
61-625 Basketball Intramurals 61-62 AMBITION: Attend
BUZAN, PATRICIA ANN: Head Cheerleader 63-645 Most
Popular Junior 62-635 Runner-up Most Popular Senior 63-
645 Round-Up Staff 63-645 Business Manager 63-645 Booster
Club 61-645 Secretary 63-645 Junior Sub-Debs 62-635 Presi-
dent 62-635 Senior Sub-Debs 63-645 C.S.U. 61-645 Art Club
63-645 Secretary 63-645 Corral Representative 61-635 P.T.A.
Representative 62-635 Volleyball Team 61-635 Bronoo Whirl
Ticket Committee 62-635 Bronco Whirl Decoration and
Publicity Committee 63-645 Green Masque 61-625 Quill
and Scroll 63-64. AMBITION: Attend College.
BYRNE, SARAH BETH: Booster Club 61-645 C.S.U. 61-
645 Jr. Sub-Debs 62-635 Sr. Sub-Debs 63-645 Tennis Team
62-I..etter5 Alternate Red Cross Rep. 63-64. AMBITIUN:
To become a writer
Boosters post their main event.
CAIN, DONALD WAYNE: Booster Club 61-62: Jr. Varsity
Baseball 62: Varsity Baseball 63-64: P.E. Football Intra-
murals 62-63: P.E. Basketball Intramurals 62: Rolling
Ponies 61: Track Intramurals 62. AMBITION: Attend col-
lege and get a job.
CALLIHAN, BYRON: C.S.U. 62-64: Booster Club 62-64.
AMBITION: Attend University of Houston and major in
CAMP, MARY ANN: Booster Club 62-64: Jr. Sub-Debs
62-63: Sr. Sub-Debs 63-64: Green Masque Players 62-64:
Vice-President 62-63: Art Club 63-64. ABIBITION: Dra-
CAMPBELL, JERRY: National Forensic League 63-64:
Booster Club 61-64: Green Masque 61-63: Curtain Club
63-64: G.S.U. 61-63: Debate Team 63-64. AMBITION:
Study law and psychology at University of Texas.
CANFIELD, CATHY: Scottish Brigade 61-64: Reserves 61:
Co. C 61-63: Right Color Guard of Brigade Flag 63-64:
Booster Club 61-64: C.S.U. 61-64: F.H.A. 62-63: Teens
Against Polio 62-63: Jr. Sub-Debs 62-63: Sr. Sub-Debs 63-
64: Student Council Representative 61-63: Bronco Whirl:
Publicity Committee 63-64: Blue Cross Representative 63-
64: Green Curtain Club 63-64: Vice-President 63-64. AMBI-
TION: Attend S.F.A. College and major in Home Economics.
CARROLL. MARY ALICE: Band 61-64: Captain 63-64: Let-
ters 61-64: Orchestra 63-64: President 63-64: Letters 63-64:
Booster Club 61-64: C.S.U. 61-64: Green Masque 62-63:
Art Club 62-64: Letter 63-64: Jr. Sub-Debs 62-63: Sr. Sub-
Debs 63-64. AMBITION: Secretary.
CHAMBERS, TOMMY WAYNE: Booster Club 62-64: Art
CHEATHAM, CHARLES ELLIOTT: Booster Club 61-64:
Chief Booster 63-64: Booster Lab 62-64: C.S.U. 62-64:
Green Masque 62-64: Dad's Club Representative 62-63:
Corral Staff 62-64: Co-Sports Editor 62-64: Basketball 61-
64: J.V. 61-62-Letter: Varsity 62-63-Letter: Bronco
Whirl Decorations Committee 63-64: Art Club 63-64.AMBl-
TION: Attend University of Houston or possibly Baylor.
CHEATHAM, GLORIA SUE: Scottish Brigade 61-64: Reg-
ular Reserve 61-62: Regular 62-63: Top Sergeant of Bagpipe
Drums 63-64: C.S.U. 63-64: Jr. Sub-Debs 62-63: Sr. Sub-
Debs 63-64: Booster Club 61-64: Future Nurses Club 61-62:
Art Club 62-64: Round-Up Staff 63. AMBITION: College.
CHIMENE, DONALD EUGENE: Rolling Ponies 62-63:
Booster Club 62-64: Art Club 63-64: Future Farmers' oi
America 62-64. AMBITION: Agricultural course in college.
CLARK, FRANK BETHEL: Sophomore Football 61: Choir
62-64: Booster Club 63-64: Art Club 63-64. AMBITION:
CLARKE, KATHLEEN ELLEN: Swimming Team 61-63:
Captain 63-64: Booster Club 62-64: C.S.U. 62-63: Scottish
Brigade 62-63: Choralettes 61: Chorale 62-64: Dad's Club
Representative 62-63: Chairman Bronco Whirl Ticket Com-
mittee. AMBITION: Hit the Road, Jack!
DOHHM WHYYIC Cain Byron Callihan Mary Ann Camp Jerry Campbell
Cathy Canfield Mary Alice Can-011 Tommy Wayne Chambers Charles Elliott Cheatham
Gloria Sue Cheatham Donald Eugene Chimene Frank Bethel Clark Kathleen Ellen Clarke
E. Gayle Cochran Hermina Colby Charlene Colegio Mary Julie Collins
Jerry Cook William Thomas Cook Freddy Allen Cooper Walter Hugh Copeland
Carole Elaine Cowgill Deatra louise Cox Margaret Diane Cox Roy Allen Crenwelge
A Bronco Whirl in full swing.
COCHRAN, E. GAYLE: Scottish Brigade: Reserve 625 Reg-
ular Reserve 625 Regular Reserve Co. B 625 Regular Co. B
635 Corporal Co. B 63-645 Booster Club 62-645 C.S.U. 62-
645 P.T.A. Representative 62-635 Future Teachers Club
63-645 Jr. Sub-Debs 62-635 Sr. Sub-Debs 63-64. AMBITION:
Attend University of Houston and major in Elementary
COLBY, HERMINA: Booster Club 61-645 C.S.U. 61-64-5
Ir. Sub-Delis 62-635 Sr. Sub-Debs 63-645 Scottish Brigade
61-645 Reserves 61-625 Regular 62-635 Lt. of Dnims 63-64-5
National Honor Society 63-64. AMBITION: Laboratory
COLEMAN, CHARLENE: Booster Club 61-645 C.S.U. 61-
645 Jr. Sub-Debs 62-635 Sr. Sub-Debs 63-645 Latin Work-
shop 62-645 Secretary 63-645 Future Teachers of America
62-635 Round-Up Representative 62-635 Scottish Brigade
61-645 Reserves 61-625 Regulars 62-635 Sergeant of Trum-
pets 63-64. AMBITION: Medical Technologist.
COLLINS, MARY JULIE: Majorette 62-635 Head-Major
ette 63-645 Orchestra 61-645 Secretary 63-645 Booster Club
61-645 Green Masque Players 62-635 P.T.A. Representative
61-64-5 Semi-Finalist for Most Beautiful .lunior 62-635 Ir.
Sub-Debs 62-63: Sr. Sub-Debs 63-645 Secretary of Senior
Committee 63-64. AMBITION: Teach mathematics at Austin
COOK, JERRY: Booster Club 61-645 Sophomore Basketball
Intramurals Champs 625 Rolling Ponies 61-63. AMBITION:
To be happy with what I have.
COOK, WILLIAM THOMAS: Booster Club5 Intramural
Trackg Junior Varsity Football. AMBITION: Electronics
COOPER, FREDDY ALLEN: Art Club 63-645 Booster Club
62-645 Intramural Football 61-635 Intramural Basketball
63. AMBITION: Public Accounting after attending Univer-
sity of Houston.
COPELAND, WALTER HUGH: C.S.U. 61-645 Booster
Club 61-645 National Forensic League, Austin Chapter 63-
645 R.O.T.C. 61-645 Rifle Team 62-635 City Honor Guard
62-635 Debate 63-645 Rolling Ponies 615 Decoration Com-
mittee For Bronco Whirl 63. AMBITION: Aeronautical
COWGILL, CAROLE ELAINE: Most Beautiful Sophomore
62-635 Choralettes 61-625 Chorale 62-645 Librarian 62-635
Best Soprano 62-635 All Regional Choir 62-645 All State
Choir 63-645 Scottish Brigade 61-645 Reserves 615 Regulars
625 Corporal 635 Lt. of Co. C 63-645 Booster Club 61-645
Student Council 61-625 C.S.U. 61-64-5 Music Director 62-635
Jr. Sub-Debs 62-635 Sr. Sub-Debs 63-645 Senior Class Sec-
retary 63-645 Bronco Whirl Program Committee 615 Tickets
Committee 625 Publicity Committee 635 Lead in "Okla-
homa" 63. AMBITION: Music major at Sant Houston State
or Houston Baptist College and teach in High School.
COX, DEATRA LOUISE: Jr. Sub-Debs 62-635 Sr. Sub-
Debs 63-645 Scottish Brigade Res. 625 Reg. 63-64 of Co. C5
Booster Club 62-645 Round-Up Rep. 62-645 Green Masque
62-64. AMBITION: Elementary School Teacher.
COX, MARGARET DIANE: Booster Club 61-645 C.S.U. 61-
64. AMBITION: Secretary.
CRENWELGE, ROY ALLEN: Booster Club 61-645 Art Club
63-64. AMBITION: Horse Rancher.
Dinah becomes Homecoming Queen.
CRUCE, CONSTANCE ELAINE: Scottish Brigade Reserves
615 Bugle Corps Regular 61-635 Flag Corps-Sergeant of
Texas Flag 63-645 Jr. Sub-Debs 62-635 Sr. Sub-Debs 63-645
C.S.U. 61-645 Booster Club 61-645 Latin Club 62-63. AMBI-
TION: Attend college and be a medical technologist.
CUDD, KAREN: Scottish Brigade 61-645 Reserves 615
Regular Reserve 615 Regular Co. A 61-635 Top Sergeant
Co. A 6361-5 Booster Club 61-635 C.S.U. 61-645 Round-Up
Alternate Representative 61-635 Bronco Whirl Publicity
Committee 61-645 F.H.A. Treasurer 635 Jr. Sub-Debs 62-635
Sr. Sub-Debs 63-64. AMBITION: Attend college-Major
in Business Administration.
CURRIE, BARBARA J.: Scottish Brigade 61-635 Reserves
615 Regular Co. C 62-635 C.S.U. 61-645 Booster Club 61-645
Jr. Sub-Debs 62-635 Sr. Sub-Debs 63-645 F.H.A, 61-635
Reporter 62-63. AMBITION: Attend college-Major in
CURTIS, CHARLENE: Brigade Reserve 625 Sr. Sub-Debs
645 C.S.U. 62-64-5 Booster Club 62-645 F.H.A. 625 Distribu-
tive Education 63-64. AMBITION: Secretary and Home-
DAIGLE, RANDY J. AMBITION: Auto Mechanic.
DALTON, DAVID ALLEN: Band 61-645 Secondary Second
Lieutenant 63-645 Letters 62-645 Orchestra 62-645 Letter
635 Booster Club 63-64. AMBITION: An Accountant.
DAVIS, DANNY THOMAS: C.S.U. 62-64-5 Booster Club
62-64. AMBITION: Attend college and become a Math
DAVIS, JAMES PATRICK: Jr. Varsity Football 615 Booster
Club 61-635 Vice-President-Senior Class-January 645
C.S.U. 61-635 Co-Chairman Bronco Whirlg National Forensic
League Vice-President 62-635 "Stevie" 63-645 Dad's Club
gepresentative 63-64. AMBITION: Attend University of
DAVIS, MICHAEL BERNARD: Varsity Basketball 61-645
Booster Club 61-645 C.S.U. 61-645 Corral Representative
61-635 Green Masque 62-635 A.A. Bouncer 635 Bronco Whirl
Committee 645 American Legion Award Club 61. AMBI-
TION : Become an Architect.
DEALY, JOHN HOLLIS: Vice-President of Student Council
61-62, 63-645 Most Popular Sophomore 61-625 Runner-Up
62-635 American Legion Club 615 President of Senior Class
63-64-5 Library Club 62-635 C.S.U. 61-645 Booster Club
61-645 Runner-Up D.A.R. Good Citizen 63-645 Varsity
Football Letter 61-635 Varsity Basketball Lettered 62-635
Principa.l's Committee 61-645 Track Team 625 Boys' Chorus
63-645 National Honor Society 63-64. AMBITION: Graduate
DEAN, DARLENE ANN
DEAN, NEDRA ANN: Booster Club 61-645 C.S.U. 61-645
F.l-I.A. 62-645 Green Masque Players 62-635 Decorations
Committee Bronco Whirl 63-645 Publicity Committee Bronco
Whirl 63-645 Tickets Committee Bronco Whirl 63-64-5 Bas-
ketball Intramurals 62-635 Jr. Sub-Delis 62-635 Sr. Sub-
Debs 63-64. AMBITION: Attend college.
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Donalda Gayle Dobbs Ronald Max Dominy Ros Harding Doyle Dolen Vincent Durbin
Phillip Dyer Carol Lynn Easterling Lawrence Kent Edwards Larry Ellisor
Thunder from the bleachers.
DEES, ROY WAYNE: Booster Club 63-643 Football Intra-
murals 61-633 Basketball Intramurals 623 Jr. Varsity Base-
ball 61-62. AMBITION: Attend Abilene Christian College
and become an architect.
DELERY II, HUGH BOB: Booster Club 61-643 C.S.U. 61-
64-Q Rolling Ponies 62-632 National Forensic League 63-643
Debate Teams 61-62, 63-643 Baseball Team-Junior Varsity
61-625 Varsity 62-633 Letter 63-643 Letter. AMBITION:
DIE, CHARLOTTE JANE: Booster Club 61-633 Art Club
62-633 Archery Top 15 O23 C.S.U. 62. AMBITION: Sec-
DIETRICH, GEORGE EDWARD: Booster Club 62-643
Spring Training-End 623 Vocational Radio Club 633 .lun-
ior Achievement 61-623 P.E. Intramurals Track 61-62.
AMBITION: Field of Electronics.
DOBBS, DONALDA GAYLE: Booster Club 61-643 Art Club
61-643 Future Nurses' Club 61-623 Choralettes 63-64. AMBI-
TION: Professional Hair Dresser.
DOMINY, RONALD MAX: Booster Club 61-643 C.S.U. 61-
643 Latin Club 62-643 Future Teachers' of America 63-643
Parliamentarlan 63-643 Football Intramurals 61-633 Basket-
ball Lntramurals 62-64. AMBITION: Obtain a college de-
DOYLE, ROSS HARDING: Booster Club 61-64. AMBI-
TION: Become a doctor.
DURBIN, DOLEN VINCENT. AMBITION: Attend Uni-
versity of Houston.
DYER, PHILLIP: Booster Club 61-643 Latin Club 63-64-Q
C.S.U. 61-643 Chorale 63-643 Corral Representative 612
.lunior Track Intramurals 631 Dad's Club Representative
63-643 P.T.A. Representative 63-643 Future Teachers' of
America 63-643 Library Club 63-64. AMBITION: Attend
Ols' Mississippi or University of Alabama and then become
EASTERLING, CAROL LYNN: Booster Club 61-645 Junior
Achievement 61-633 TIGHSUICIQ Distributive Education 63-
64-3 C.S.U. 61-632 Future Homemakers of America 613
Volleyball Team 623 Choir Club 61. AMBITION: Continue
to go to school and work.
EDWARDS, LAWRENCE KENT: Booster Club 61-643
Art Club 62-643 Track Team 62-64. AMBITION: Lawyer.
ELLISOR, LARRY: Booster Club 61-643 C.S.U. 61-643
Corral Representative 62-63. AMBITION: Finish school.
Solmd the bagpipes in Zilker Park.
ENDERLI, JOHN MARK: National Honor Society 63-64:
Student Council 63-64: American Legion Club 61-64: Key
Club 63-64: Latin Club 62-64: C.S.U. 61-64: Booster Club
61-64. AMBITION: Architect.
ESTRADA, KATHLEEN BEVERLY: Booster Club 61-64:
C.S.U. 61-64: American Legion Club, Treasurer 61: Secre-
tary 62: Jr. Sub-Debs 62: Sr. Sub-Debs 62: Chorale 62-64:
Intramurals Sports: Letters: Basketball 61-62: Softball
61-62: City Sports: Letters: Tennis 63: Volleyball 61-64:
Captain 63-64: Student Council 62. AMBITION: Attend
college and major in Physical Education.
ESTRELLA, MILTON: Booster Club 62-64. AMBITION:
EVANS, TOMMY: Booster Club: C.S.U. AMBITION: De-
EWART, KATHLEEN RUTH: Booster Club 61-64: C.S.U.
61-64: National Honor Society 63-64-: Future Teacher's
Club 63-64: Senior Editor of Corral 63-64: Corral Staff
63-64: Track Intramurals 62-63: Volleyball Intramurals
61-63: Basketball Intramurals 61-64: Softball Intra-
murals 61-63: Badminton Intramurals 63: Co-Ed Badminton
63: Co-Ed Archery 63: Corral Representative 62-63: Student
Council Representative '62-63: Junior Red Cross Representa-
tive 63-64: Quill and Scroll 63-64: Round-Up Representa-
tive 62: F.H.A. 62-64: Baccalaureate Committee 63-64:
Salutatorian of January Class 64: Senior Beauty Semi-Final-
ist 63-64: Senior Play 64. AMBITION: Attend Sam Houston
State Teacher's College and major in Elementary Education
-Minor in P.E.
FAULK, CAROLYN DELUTH: Booster Club 61-64: Ticket
Committee for Bronco Whirl 63: Brigade Reserves 62: Art
Club 61-64: Round-Up Representative 63-64: Jr. Sub-Debs
62-63: Sr. Sub-Debs 63-64: Archery Intramurals 63-64:
Camp Archery Association: Volleyball Intramurals 63-64:
C.S.U. 61-64: F.H.A. 61-62: Junior Achievement 62-64: 4--H
62-64: Secretary 63-64: Oates Prairie Chapter: Basketball
and Tennis Intramurals: Y-Teens 63-64: Secretary 63-64.
AMBITION: Attend S.H.S.T.C.-Become County Home
FINCH, ROBERT EDWARD: Key Club 63-64: Varsity Bas-
ketball 62-64: Football Intramurals 61-62: Track Intra-
murals 62: Corral Representative 62: Booster Club 61-64:
Chorale 63-64. AMBITION: Attend college and become a
FITZGERALD, FRANK HOBART: Varsity Football 61-63:
Letters 62-63: C.S.U. 61-63: Swimming Team 61: Booster
Club 61-63: Office Bouncer 63: Student Council 61: Prin-
cipa1's Committee 61: Art Club 61-63: Bronco Whirl Dec-
orations Committee: Senior Council Representative 63-64:
Senior Play 64.
FLORES, IMELDA: Camp Archery Association 62-64: Arch-
ery Intramurals 62-64: C.S.U. 61-64: Future Teachers' of
America 61-63: F.H.A. 61-63: Jr. Sub-Debs 62-63: Sr. Sub-
Debs 63-64: Medical Careers Club 61-64: Booster Club
61-64: Volleyball Intramurals 61-63: Basketball Intramurals
61-63: Badminton Intramurals 61-63. AMBITION: Field of
FLORES, MARY ELLEN: Art Club 61-62: Booster Club
63-64. AMBITION: Become a Bookkeeper.
FLORES, MARY TRINIDAD: Booster Club 61-64: Basket-
ball Intramurals 61: Baseball Intramurals 61: F.H.A. AMBI-
FORD, ALLAH RUTH: Band 61-64: Booster Club 61-64:
C.S.U. 61-64: Art Club 62-64. AMBITION: Help others less
John Mark Enderli Kathleen Beverly Estrada Milton Estrella Tommy Evans
Kathleen Ruth Ewart Carolyn Dt-:luth F aulk Robert Edward Finch Frank Hobart Fitzgerald
Imelda Flores Mary Ellen Flores Mary Trinidad Flores Allah Ruth Ford
Linda Ann Fountain Diane Virginia Frank Bonnie Kay French Nana Lynn Frennesson
Pattie Lynn Fuller John Allan Gaddis Marie E. Gallatin Emily Janice Garcia
Sarah Garcia Kathy Lee Gaylor Jo Ann Gerhardt Jimmy William Giannukc
Drum Corps at Austin Convention.
FOUNTAIN, LINDA ANN: P.T.A. Representative 63-643
Swimming Team 633 Volleyball Intramurals 623 Basketball
Intramurals 623 Modem Dance Club 63-643 C.S.U. 62-64-Q
Green Curtain Players, Constitution Committee 63-643 Y-
Teens 63-643 Booster Club 62-643 Jr. Sub-Debs 633 Junior
Beauty Finalist. AMBITION: Be a Private Secretary.
FRANK, DIANE VIRGINIA: Scottish Brigade Reserves
63 Co. C 61-633 Left Color Guard of Brigade Flag 63-643
Booster Club 61-643 C.S.U. 61-64. AMBITION: Attend
college and study Secretarial Training.
FRENCH, BONNIE KAY: Scottish Brigade 62-643 Re-
serves 623 Regular 62-633 Drum Corps, Corporal 63-643
Jr. Sub-Debs 633 Sr. Sub-Debs 643 Corral Representative
62-633 C.S.U. 62-643 Booster Club 62-633 Invitations Com-
mittee for Bronco Whirl 633 Future Teachers' of America
63-64. AMBITION: Mathematics Teacher.
FRENNESSON, NANA LYNN: City V 0-lleyball Team 62-633
Manager Tennis Team 633 Badminton Doubles Champions
623 F.H.A.3 C.S.U. AMBITION: Elementary Education.
FULLER, PATTIE LYNN: Scottish Brigade 62-64-3 Reserve
623 Co. C 62-643 C.S.U. 63-643 Jr. Sub-Debs 633 Sr. Sub-
Debs 63-643 Booster Club 62-643 Student Council Repre-
sentative 62. AMBITION: Attend University of Texas-
Major in English.
CADDIS, JOHN ALLAN: Booster Club 61-643 C.S.U. 61-64.
AMBITION : Attend college-Become a Pharmacist.
GALLATIN, MARIE E.: Distributive Education Club 63-
64g Booster Club 61-643 C.S.U. 623 Sr. Sub-Debs. AMBI-
TION: Attend Colorado State University-Become Airline
GARCIA, EMILY JANICE: Booster Club 62-633 Corral
Representative 623 Round-Up Representative 633 Chorale
62-643 Secretary 63-643 Lead In ii0kl3h0ID3,,Q All Region
Choir 62-633 All State Choir Candidate 64. AMBITION:
Professional singer and teacher.
GARCIA, SARAH: Volleyball Intramurals 61-623 Brigade
Reserve 623 Regular Reserve 623 Regular 63-643 Booster
Club3 Secretarial Training Club. AMBITION: Secretary.
GAYLOR, KATHY LEE: Booster Club 61-643 Mustang
Mounties 61-621 Jr. Sub-Debs 62-633 Sr. Sub-Debs 63-64-3
Secretarial Training 63-643 National Honor Society 63-643
Sr. Calendar Committee 63-64. AMBITION: Attend Sam
Houston State Teachers' College.
GERHARDT, JO ANN: Booster Club 61-64-3 Jr. Sub-Debs
62-632 Sr. Sub-Debs 63-643 C.S.U. 622 Latin Club 62-633
Alternate to Student Council 62. AMBITION: Attend Uni-
versity of Houston-Become English Teacher.
GIANNUKOS, JIMMY WILLIAM: Booster Clubg C.S.U.3
Art Clubg President of Art Club 63-64. AMBITION: Attend
University of Houston and take Business Administration.
A Skelton skit by David Wiggins.
GILBERT, EARL: Booster Club 62-64.
GILL, KAREN LEE: Scottish Brigade 62-64-Q Reserves 623
Regular Co. A 62-633 Corporal Co. A 63-643 Booster Club
62-643 Jr, Sub-Debs 62-633 Sr. Sub-Debs 63-64. AMBITION:
Attend University of Houston-Become Airline Stewardess.
GILLESPIE, JUANITA DENISE: Booster Club 62-645
C.S.U. 62-643 Art Club 63-643 Choralettes 63-643 Green
Masque Players 625 F.H.A. 63-64-Q Scottish Brigade Reserve
623 Volleyball Intramurals 62-633 Baseball Intramurals 623
Badminton Intramurals 623 Basketball Intramurals 633 Sr.
Sub-Debs 64. AMBITION : Beautician.
GILMORE, JERRY: Varsity Football 61-623 Jr. Varsity
Basketball 61-623 Varsity Track 61-643 Lettered 2 Yrs.3
Booster Club 61-643 Library Club 63-643 An Club 63-64.
AMBITION: Attend A 8: M.
GIRALAL CAROL LINDA: Scottish Brigade 62-643 Reserve
623'BigpirE'CoT-EM62-643 Corporal 63-643 C.S.U. 62-643
Booster Club 62-643 Bronco Whirl Invitations Committee
621 Jr. Sub-Debs 633 Sr. Sub-Debs 63-643 Latin Club 63-
643 Future Teachers' Club 62-633 National Honor Society
63-64. AMBITION: Attend Rice University.
GLENN, CAROL ANN: Booster Club 63-64. AMBITION:
Attend University of Houston-Become a teacher.
GOLDENBAUM, JONATHAN: Booster Club 62-64-Q Jr.
Varsity Football 623 Bronco Whirl Decorations Committeeg
Ticket Cornmitteeg Publicity Committee 63-64. AMBITION:
CONSOULIN, SUZANNE: F.H.A. 623 Distributive Educa-
tion Club 63-643 Booster Club 62-643 C.S.U. 623 Junior
Achievement 62-633 Personal Manager. AMBITION: Pro-
GONZALEZ, BLANCA E.: Booster Club 63-64. AMBITION:
GONZALEZ, MIGUEL A.: R.O.T.C. AMBITION: University
of Houston, History Teacher.
GOSE, NANCY HELEN: Scottish Brigade 61-643 Reserves
613 Co. A 61-633 Captain Co. A 63-643 C.S.U. 61-643
Booster Club 61-643 Jr. Sub-Debs 62-633 Secretary 62-633
Sr. Sub-Dehs 63-643 Dad's Club Representative 61-635 Stu-
dent Council Alternate 61-633 Tri B C's 63-643 Secretary
63-64. AMBITION : Elementary School Teacher.
GOSSAGE, PHILLIP DUKE: National Honor Society 63-
643 President 63-642 Best "All Round" Seniorg Corral Staff
62-643 Sports Editor 62-643 "Stevie" 63-64-3 Senior Class
Activity Committeeg Key Club 62-643 Sr. Director 63-643
Booster Club 62-643 Projectors Club3 C.S.U. 61-642 Basket-
ball 613 Baseball 613 Cross Countryg Letter 61 and 625
Track Letter 61 and 622 Bronco Whirl Decorations Com-
mittee 632 Student Council 62-633 Corral Representativeg
Quill and Scroll 63-643 Rotarian for March 64. AMBITION:
Attend Rice and obtain a degree in Engineering.
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Sandra Kaye Hampton Betty Jean Hanvy Martha Ann Harrison Joyce Annette Hay
Mrs. Tomek's puppets speak ONLY German.
GRANT, NANCY LOUISE: Scottish Brigade 61-643 Re-
serves 61-623 Drum Corps 62-633 Lieutenant Colonel of
Records 63-643 Student Council Rep. 61-633 Alternate 63-643
Editor of Pony Line 63-643 Principal's Committee 61-643
Booster Club 61-643 C.S.U. 61-643 Jr. Sub-Debs 62-633 Sr.
Sub-Debs 63-643 Dads Club Representative 62-633 National
Honor Society 63-643 Tri B C's 63-643 Vice-President 63-64.
AMBITION: Elementary School Teacher.
GRAY, DOROTHY: Booster Club 61-643 Mustang Mounties
61-623 Jr. Sub-Debs 62-633 Sr. Sub-Debs 63-643 Secretarial
Training 63-64. AMBITION: Attend Sam Houston State
GRAY, MARTHA: Corral Representative 61-623 Round-Up
Representative 62-633 Sr. Sub-Debs 63-643 Jr. Sub-Debs
62-633 C.S.U. 61-643 Booster Club 61-643 Scottish Brigade
61-623 Reserves 613 F.H.A. 61-62: Student Council. AMBI-
TION: Attend University of Houston and University of
CRAY, RICHARD THOMAS: Key Club 61-643 Program
Chairman3 Rifle Team 623 National Honor Society 63-643
Science Club 61-62. AMBITION: Nuclear Physicist.
GREBE, GWENDOLYN: Scottish Brigade 61-643 Reserves
61-Co. B 62-633 Drill Major 63-643 Jr. Sub-Debs 623 Sr.
Sub-Debs 633 Reporter 63-643 National Honor Society 63-
643 Student Council 633 P.T.A. Representative 633 C.S.U.
61-643 Booster Club 61-643 Program Committee Chaimian
Bronco Whirl 632 Editor of Pigskin Press 63: Art Club
633 Reporterg Altemate Student Council 631 Decorations
Committee Bronco Whirl 643 Runner-Up Brigade Volley-
ball Team Champs 62. AMBITION: Christian Education.
HADEN, ALICE FAYE: Booster Club 62-64. AMBITION:
HAGG, MICHAEL DAVID: Booster Club 61-643 C.S.U.
61-623 American Legion Award Club 61-643 Treasurer 61-
622 Intramural Football and Basketball 61-64. AMBITION:
Attend University of Texas.
HAMBY, PAUL LEE: Booster Club 61-643 Green Masque
Club 613 Track Team 61-633 Letter 623 Cross Country 61-
633 Letters 62-633 Corral Staff 63-64. AMBITION: At-
tend Univerdty of Arkansas and Baylor School of Medicine
and obtain medical degree.
HAMPTON, SANDRA KAYE: C.S.U. 62-643 Booster Club
62-643 Art Club 63-643 Volleyball Intramurals 63. AMBI-
HANVY, BETTY JEAN: Booster Club 61-643 C.S.U. 61-623
Art Club 61-643 Volleyball Intramurals 62-643 Softball In-
tramurals 623 Badminton Intramurals 623 Round-Up 63-64.
AMBITION: Business School.
HARRISON, MARTHA ANN: Booster Club 61-643 C.S.U.
61-643 Student Council 63-643 Corral Staff 633 Clubs and
Organizations Editor 63-643 Scottish Brigade 61-643 Re-
serves 613 Co. B 623 Sgt. of Brigade Flag 63-643 Jr. Sub-
Debs 623 Sr. Sub-Debs 63-643 National Honor Society 63-
64-Q P.T.A. Representative 61-623 Round-Up Representative
61-623 Runner-Up Brigade Volleyball Champions 633 Quill
8: Scroll 643 Bronco Whirl Decorations Committee 63-64.
AMBITION : Laboratory Technician.
HAY, JOYCE ANNETTE: Scottish Brigade 61-643 Reserves
61-623 Regular Co. C 62-643 Booster Club 61-643 Art Club
63-642 Jr. Sub-Debs 61-633 Sr. Sub-Debs 63-64. AMBI-
TION: Interior Decorating.
Senior Prom in January at the Executive Club.
HELMCAMP, TREY DEWEY: Key Club 61-643 Secre-
tary 63-643 Track 61-643 Captain 633 Letters 63-643 Cross-
Country 63-643 Letter 633 Football 613 Letter, Jr. Varsity3
Booster Club 62-643 Vice-President 63-643 C.S.U. 63-643
Senior Class 64-Q Vice-President3 Decoration, Program and
Publicity Committee Bronco Whirl3 Brigade Announcer 63.
AMBITION: To be a Lawyer.
HENDERSON, RONALD DAVID: Booster Club 61-643 Art
Club 62-643 Letters 62-633 C.S.U. 63-643 Jr. Varsity Track
632 Jr. Varsity Football 61-623 Letterg Jr. Varsity Football
62-633 Letter3 Strokers 63-643 Varsity Football 63-643 Li-
brary Club 64. AMBITION: Attend University of Hous-
ton-Major in Art or Electronics.
HENSON, DARWIN C.: C.S.U. 61-633 Booster Club 61-633
Science Club 61-62. AMBITION: Accountant and later a
HERNANDEZ, FROILAN A.: Baseball 631 Basketball Jr.
Intramurals Champs 62-633 Booster Club. AMBITION: Go
HERRINGTON. JACK DALE: Booster Club 61-643 Post-
master 63-643 C.S.U. 61-643 Bronco Whirl Decoration Com-
mittee 63-643 Jr. Varsity Football 61-623 Golf Team 61-623
Jr. Varsity Basketball 61-623 Varsity Football 62-643 Let-
ters 62-643 Red Cross Representative 63-643 All-City, Post
81 Chronicle-All-Greater Houston Lineman of the Year,
A.P. 3rd Team All-State. AMBITION: Attend University
of Texas or Arkansas University.
HILL, CONNIE ANNE: Booster Club 61-643 C.S.U. 61-643
Jr. Sub-Debs 62-633 Sr. Sub-Debs 63-643 Modem Dance
Club 62-633 P.T.A. Horneroom Representative 61-643 Vol-
leyball Intramurals 623 Round-Up Staff, Exchange-Editor
63-64: Quill and Scroll 63-64.
HILL, SUZANNE RAY: Scottish Brigade 61-643 Reserves
613 Co. C 61-633 Left Color Guard American Flag 63-643
Booster Club 61-643 Bronco Whirl Ticket Committee 633
C.S.U. 61-64-3 Jr. Sub-Debs 62-633 Sr. Sub-Debs 63-643 Jr.
Beauty Semi-Finalists 623 Round-Up Representative 61-62.
AMBITION: Nurse and Medical Technology.
HOGAN, ALICE FAYE: Booster Club 61-643 Jr. Sub-Debs
62-633 Sr. Sub-Debs 63-643 F.H.A. 62-633 C.S.U. 62-63.
HOLLOWAY, TOMMY: AMBITION: Commercial Photog-
raphy and Art.
HOLT, ELIZABETH ANN: Band 62-643 Choralettes 63-643
All City Band 62-643 Booster Club 62-643 Medical Careers
62-633 Pep Band 63. AMBITION: Attend Sam Houston
State Teachers' College-Then to Nursing School.
HOLTON, BEN DARWIN: C.S.U. 61-643 Booster Club 61-
643 Jr. Varsity Football 61-623 Track Team 61-623 Varsity
Football 62-643 Lettered 62-643 All-District 62-633 Home-
room Jr. Red Cross Representative3 Bronco Whirl Decora-
tion Committeeg Most Popular Junior 62-633 Most Popular
Senior 63-643 Fire Patrol 61-64. AMBITION: Attend col-
HOMBURG, BETH CECELIA: Student Council 62-633 A1-
ternate 63-643 Round-Up Representative 61-623 City Archery
Team 62-643 Letters 62-64-3 Booster Club 61-643 C.S.U. 61-
643 Round-Up Staff 63-641 Staff Writer 633 Curtain Club
63-642 Latin Club 62-64. AMBITION: Attend University
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HONEYCUTT, SANDRA ELEASE: Scottish Brigade Re-
serves, Drill Team 61, D.E. Club 62-645 Treasurer of D.E.
Club 63-645 Booster Club 61-635 C.S.U. 61. AMBITION: To
Complete Business College and become an executive secretary.
HOOLSEMA, MARIANNE: National Honor Society 63-645
Vice-President 63-645 "Corral" Staff 62-645 Editor-In-Chief
63-645 Senior Editor 62-635 Corral Representative 61-635
Quill and Scroll 63-645 President 63-645 Round-Up Repre-
sentative 625 C.S.U. 61-645 Booster Club 61-645 Student
Council Representative 615 Alternate 625 Chorale 61-635
Reporter 62-635 Runner-Up Best Alto 62-635 Gold Medal
At Interscholastic League5 P.T.A. Representative 635
Volleyball Intramural 61-625 Volleyball Intramural Cham-
pions 615 Basketball and Softball Intramurals 61. AMBI-
TION: Attend University of Houston and major in Ele-
HOWARD, JANICE KAY: Scottish Brigade 61-645 Re-
serves 61-625 Regular Bugle Corps 62-635 Top Sergeant
Bugles 63-645 National Honor Society1,63-645 C.S.U. 61-645
Senior Calendar Committee 63-645 Booster Club 62-645
F.T.A. 62-635 Student Council Representative 63-645 Alter-
nate 61-625 Latin Club 62-645 Corral Representative 62-635
P.T.A. Representative 62-63. AMBITION5 Teaching.
HUBBARD, LARRY JAMES: Booster Club 61-645 Track
62-645 Lettered 63-645 Cross Country Track 63-645 Lettered
63-645 Student Council 61-625 Projection Club 62-645 C.S.U.
61-645 Ticket Committee Bronco Wliirl 63. AMBITION:
HUGHES, DONNA JO: Scottish Brigade: Reserves 625 Reg-
ular Company A 63-64-5 Booster Club 63-645 Senior Sub-
Debs 63-64. AMBITION: Attend college.
HURT, DARROW DOLORES: Booster Club 61-645 C.S.U.
61-645 Art Club 62-635 Commercial Club 63-645 Scottish
Brigade 61-645 Reserves 615 Regular Reserves 615 Regular
Company A 61-635 Sergeant Company A. AMBITION:
Career in business world.
HUX, BARBARA LOU: C.S.U.5 Booster Club, Green Masque
Players5 Junior Sub-Debs5 Senior Sub-Debs5 City Volley-
ball Team of 625 Volleyball Intramurals of 63. AMBITION:
Physical Education teacher or High School math teacher.
INCLIS, JAMES BERNARD: Booster Club 61-645 Art Club
62-645 C.S.U. 61-645 Swimming Team 625 Boys' Chorus
63-645 Chorale 63-645 Outstanding Art Student 64-5 Cold
Art Pin 645 Senior Banquet Decorating Committee .la.n. 64.
AMBITION: To complete Business College and become
an executive secretary.
JENKINS, MARY ELIZABETH: Booster Club 61-645 C.S.U.
61-645 Jr. Sub-Debs 62-635 Sr. Sub-Debsg Art Club 63-645
Student Council 61-625 Scottish Brigade 61-635 Reserves
61-625 Reg. Co. B 62-635 Bronco Whirl Decorations Com-
mittee 63. AMBITION : Attend College.
JENNEY, SUE: Booster Club 61-645 C.S.U. 61-635 Jr. Sub-
Debs 625 Sr. Sub-Debs 635 Brigade 62-645 Bugle Corp,
Reserves 61-625 Regulars 62-635 Sergeant Soprano Bugle
63-64. AMBITION: Attend University of Houston.
JERNIGEN, BARBARA: American Legion Club 625 Boos-
ter Club 62-63. AMBITION: Housewife.
JOHNSON, MARY EVELYN: Scottish Brigade 61-635 Re-
serves 615 Regular Reserves Co. B 615 Reg. 62-635 Letters
61-635 R.O.T.C. Drill Team Sponsor 63-645 Sponsor Rifle
Team 63-645 Jr. Sub-Debs 62-635 Sr. Sub-Debs 63-645 Mus-
tang Booster Club 61-645 C.S.U. 61-645 Student Council
Alt. Rep. 61-625 P.T.A. Rep. 62-635 Clinic As. 61-645 Future
Nurses Club 635 Debate 625 Art Club 61-645 Art Shields
62-645 Bronco Whirl Dec. Committee 63-645 Corral Rep.
63-64. AMBITION: Attend University of Houston and be-
come a success in life.
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JOHNSON, RAYMOND LEE: Distributive Education 61-
643 Booster Club 61-64.
JOHNSON, WAYNE THOMAS: Rolling Ponies 61-623
Booster Club 61-643 C.S.U. 61-643 Art Club 63-643 Ticket
Committee of Bronco Whirl 613 Publicity Committee of
Bronco Whirl 63. AMBITION: Commercial Artist.
JOHNSON, WILLIAM REAGAN: Booster Club 61-643
Bronco Wllirl Program Committee 633 C.S.U. 61-643 Arti-
iiaium Latinum 62-643 Aedile Roman Aftemoon 632 Aedile
Roman Play 63-643 Chorale 62-643 Reporter O3-643 All
City Concert Choir 62-643 Green Masque 62-63: Rolling
Ponies 61-623 Corral Representative, 61-623 Student Council
62-63. AMBITION: To enter the Ministry of Jesus
JOHNSTON, CANDY: Scottish Brigade 61-64: Reserves
613 Reg. Res. 622 Reg. 62-633 Sgt. C. C 63-643 C.S.U.
61-643 Booster Club 61-643 Jr. Sub-Debs 62-633 Sr. Sub-
Debs 63-643 Library Club 62-643 Future Teachers 61-62.
AMBITION : Teach Elementary School.
KATCHINOSKI, DIANNE VICKI: C.S.U. 61-643 Booster
Club 61-643 Latin Club Ol-622 Jr. Sub-Dehs 62-633 Bad-
minton Intramurals 62-633 Basketball Intramural 62-633
Senior Sub-Dehs 63-643 Volleyball Intramurals 63-64: Jun-
ior Red Cross Representative 63-643 Bronco Whirl Dec-
orations 63-643 Softball Intramurals 63-64. AMBITION:
KLOPPE, RODCER: C.S.U. 61-643 Chorale 62-643 Vice-
President 63-643 Booster Club 61-643 Art Club 63-643
Student Council Rep. 62-643 Vice-President 62-633 Pres-
ident 63-643 Varsity Track Letterman 633 J.V. Football
61-633 Varsity Football 63-643 Runner-Up Most Handsome
Sopli. OI-623 Most Handsome Senior 63-643 Junior Rotar-
ian-Month of November 631 Dad's Club Rep. 62-63. AM-
BITION: To attend University of Houston.
KOETTER, VIRGINIA: Scottish Brigade 62-643 Booster
Club 61-643 C.S.U. 61-643 Jr. Sub-Debs 62-633 Sr. Sub-
Debs 63-64. AMBITION : Medical Missionary.
KORN, SUZANNE: Dad's Club Rep. 61-62, 62-633 Student
Council 62-643 Booster Club 61-643 Jr. Sub-Debs 62-633
Sr. Sub-Debs 63-643 C.S.U. 61-643 Sophomore Beauty Semi-
Finalist 61-623 Junior Beauty Finalist 62-633 Senior Beauty
Semi-Finalist 63-642 Scottish Brigade, Reserves 61-623
Drum Corp 62-633 Captain of Reserves 61-62: Christmas
Post Mistress 63-643 Homecoming Queen Finalist 63-643
Girls' State Nominee 62-63. AMBITION: Attend South-
KOTWIG, SANDRA LEE: Rolling Ponies 613 Mustang
Mounties 613 Art Club 63. AMBITION: Nurse.
KRISTOFF, SHIRLEY FAYE: Choralettes 62-643 Histo-
rian 63-643 Booster Club 61-643 Volleyball Intramurals 62-
63, Champs. AMBITION: Become a musician.
KUHN, MARK DOUGLAS: Drill Team in R.O.T.C. Legion-
airesg Rifleman 61-62, 62-633 Rifleman 63-642 Guild on
Officer in R.O.T.C. in 63-64. AMBITION: Military Career
in Marine Corps.
LANGE, UNA MAE: Scottish Brigade: Reserves 62, Reg-
ular Drill Corps Co. A 62-63, Captain of Records 63-643
Booster Club 62-643 Jr. Sub-Dehs 632 Sr. Sub-Debs 63-643
C.S.U. 62-643 National Honor Society 63-64. AMBITION:
Raymond Lee J 011115011 Wayne Thomas Johnson William Reagan Johnson Candy Johnston
Dianne Vicki Katchinoski Rodger Kloppe Virginia Koetter Suzanne KOID
Sandra Lee Kotwig Shirley Faye Kristoff Mark Douglar Kuhn Una Mae Lange
Jimmy Doil Lankford Leo J. Laux Jr. Sharon Dale Leatherwood Chu Lee
Connye Jo Lenczewski Sammy Gerald Levassar Lawrence William Levy Edwim A. Lewis
Garland Duane Lewis Guy Vemon Lewis Ill Mark William Liddell Martin Ligotino
Chest expansion in Mrs. Bames' Physiology class.
LANKFORD, JIMMY DOIL: Booster Club 62-64. AMBI-
TION: Attend college and major in Business.
LAUX, LEO J. JR.: Art C1ub5 R.O.T.C. Platoon Leader.
AMBITION: To be a mathematician.
LEATHERWOOD, SHARON DALE: Booster Club 63-64:
Commercial Club 63-64. AMBITION : Secretary.
LEE, CHU: Green Curtain Clubg Legionnaires, Platoon
Sergeant: Officer in R.O.T.C.
LENCZEWSKI, CONNYE JO: Brigade: Reserves 605 Reg-
ular 61-63g Corporal of Company B 63-645 Junior Sub-Debs
62-635 Senior Sub-Debs 63-645 C.S.U. 60-645 Booster Club
60-64. AMBITION: Medical Technician.
LEVASSAR, SAMMY GERALD: Boys' Chorus 62-635 Boos-
ter Club 61-63: Art Club 62-635 Projection Club 615 Senior
Play Fall 63. AMBITION: Chicken Farmer.
LEVY, LAWRENCE WILLIAM: Latin Club5 Booster Club.
LEWIS, EDWIN A.: Member of C.S.U. 61-645 Booster Club
61-645 Officer in Booster Club 645 Lawyer: Key Club
62-645 Art Club 63-645 Football Intramurals 61-645 Basket-
ball Intramurals 61g Track Intramurals 61-64. AMBITION:
Attend college and study medicine.
LEWIS, GARLAND DUANE: Booster Club 62-64. AMBI-
TION: Attend college and make lots of money.
LEWIS, GUY VERNON III: Captain, Varsity Basketball in
63-64: Varsity Basketball 62-635 J.V. Basketball 61-625
Booster Club 62-645 Ivy Leaguer 63-64. AMBITION: At-
tend college on basketball scholarship.
LIDDELL, MARK WILLIAM: Booster Club 61-645 C.S.U.
61-645 Chorale 62-645 Rolling Ponies 62-635 Cheerleader
63-645 Decoration Committee for Bronco Whirl 63-64. AM-
BITION: Physical Therapist.
LICOTINO, MARTIN: Art Club 63: Booster Club 62-635
Football Intramurals 625 Track Intramurals 62. AMBITION:
Chorale rehearsing the Alleluia Chorus.
LILES, LAURENCE LAWSON: Junior Varsity Basketball
61-625 J.V. Baseball 625 Varsity Basketball, Fall 625 Spring
645 Lettered 62-645 Booster Club 61-64-5 Key Club 63-645
Basketball Intramurals Champs 61. AMBITION: Architect.
LINDSEY, SHARON GAYLE: Scottish Brigade5 Reserves
61-625 Regular Co. A 62-645 Sub-Debs 62-635 C.S.U. 62-
635 Booster Club 62-64-5 Green Masque 62-635 Booster Club
63-64. AMBITION: Attend University of Houston.
LOCKEY, RALPH GLENN: Football Intramural 61-645
Basketball Intramurals 61-64-5 Track Intramural 61-645
Rolling Ponies 61-625 Tennis Team 645 C.S.U. 62-645 Dad's
Club Rep. 62-635 Corral Rep. 61-635 Booster Club 61-645
Student Council 61-62. AMBITION: Dental Profession.
LOCKWOOD, FRANCES RUTII: Booster Club 61-645 Arch-
ery Team 645 Letteredg Intramurals 61-64. AMBITION:
Attend College and become a teacher.
LOESCH, REBECCA KAY: Booster Club 61-64: Jr. Sub-
Debs 62-635 Sr. Sub-Debs 63-645 C.S.U. 62-645 American
Legion Award Club 61-62, Secretary 61-625 Student Council
62-64, Business Manager 62-635 Volleyball team 61-625
Majorette 62-635 Drum Major 63-645 Runner-Up Most Pop-
ular Sophomore 61-625 Runner-Up Most Popular Junior
62-635 Most Popular Senior 63-645 P.T.A. Representative
61-645 Round-Up Rep. 61-635 National Honor Society 63-
645 Homecoming Queen Finalist 635 Junior Rotarian-
January 645 Basketball Intramurals 625 Bronco Whirl
Tickets Committee 62-63. AMBITION: Attend College and
become a teacher.
LONG, WAYNE F. JR.: Booster Club: C.S.U.: Varsity
Basketball 62-635 J.V. Football 61-62. AMBITION: Archi-
LONGO, LORENE MARY: Scottish Brigade 61-645 Reserves
615 Reserves 615 Regular Co. B 61-625 Corporal Co. B
62-635 Captain Co. B 63-645 C.S.U. 61-645 Booster Club
63-645 National Honor Society 63-645 Jr. Sub-Debs 62-635
Sr. Sub-Debs 63-645 Latin Club 62-635 Library Club 615
Art Club 63-645 Corral 635 Student Council Rep. Alt. 62-
635 Round-Up Rep. 62-635 Dad's Club Representative 63-
64. AMBITION: Pharmacist.
LOPEZ, GLORIA: Booster Club5 Chorale 63-64. AMBI-
LOPEZ, IMELDA: Volleyball Scorekeeper 63-645 Booster
Club 63-64. AMBITION: To join Women's Air Force and
major in electronics.
LOUT, PETE JR.: Booster Club 61-64-. AMBITION: Drafts-
LOWE, RONALD CHARLES: Senior Dance Committee 635
Booster Club 61-645 C.S.U. 61-645 Varsity Football 635 Foot-
ball Intramurals 625 Basketball Intramurals 625 Track In-
tramurals 62. AMBITION: Attend Tulane and become a
LOWERY, VALARIE: C.S.U. 63-645 Senior Sub-Debs 63-
645 National Honor Society 63-645 National Merit Scholar-
ship Letter of Commendation 635 Booster Club 63-64.
AMBITION: To become a teacher.
Laurence Lawson Liles Sharon Gayle Lindsey Ralph Glenn Lockey Frances Ruth Lockwood
Rebecca Kay Loesch Wayne F. Long Jr. Lorene Mary Longo Gloria Lopez
Imelda Lopez Pete Lout Jr. Ronald Charles Lowe Valarie Lowery
James Henry Ludtke Steve Martin Lyon Jeanette McCrary J ohnna McCraw
Donald Clifford McCrorey George Thomas McElroy Louis Bernard McGauhey Rena Louise McGauhey
' Barbara Sue MCCBC Gary Ray McIntyre Gerry Lynn McKay Bruce Michael McKee
LUDTKE, JAMES HENRY: Booster Club 61-645 Art Club
63-64. AMBITION: Attend college.
LYON, STEVE MARTIN: National Honor Society 63-645
Latin Club 62-645 Chorale 62-635 Student Council Rep. 61-
625 C.S.U. 61-645 Booster Club 61-645 J.V. Football 61-62.
MCCRAREY, JEANETTE: Distributive Education 62-645
Vice-Pres. 63-645 Booster Club 63-645 Art Club 63-645
Round-Up Rep. 63-64. AMBITION: Attend University of
Houston and major in Business Administration.
MCCRAW, JOHNNA: Scottish Brigade 62-645 Reserves 625
Regular Reserves Co. A 62-635 Corporal Co. A 63-645
Booster Club 62-645 Jr. Sub-Debs 635 Green Masque Player
635 Choralettes 62-635 Chorale 63-645 C.S.U. 62-645 P.T.A.
Rep. 63-645 Bronco Whirl Publicity Committee 63. AMBI-
TION: Attend Stephen F. Austin State College.
MCCROREY, DONALD CLIFFORD: Chorale 61-645 Pres-
ident 63-645 Runner-Up Best Tenor 62-635 Two Gold Medals
for Interscholastic League: All City Choir 62-635 Corral
Yearbook Staff 61-645 Circulation Mgr. 61-625 Asst. Busi-
ness Mgr. 61-625 Activities Editor 63-645 Corral Representa-
tive 61-625 Booster Club 61-645 C.S.U. 61-645 Fire Patrol
62-645 Jr. Red Cross Representative 635 Quill and Scroll
62-645 Art Club 62-645 Tennis Team 62 and 635 Letter5
Green and White Review 61-625 Oklahoma 635 Senior
Council 63-645 Jr. Red Cross Rep. 63-645 President 63-645
Senior Play 645 Football Intramurals 635 P.T.A. Midterm
Scho1arship5 Prom Committee. AMBITION: Become a doc-
McELROY, GEORGE THOMAS: Booster Club 61-635 Vo-
cation Agriculture 61-62. AMBITION: Industrial Arts.
MCGAUHEY, LOUIS BERNARD: R.O.T.C. 61-645 Rifle
Team 61-625 Booster Club 63-645 Art Club 63-64. AMBI-
TION: Army Career.
MCGAUHEY, RENA LOUISE: Scottish Brigade: Reserves
61-625 Co. C 62-645 Corp. Co. C 63-645 Booster Club
63-645 C.S.U. 61-63. AMBITION: Teacher.
MCGEE, BARBARA SUE: Junior Achievement, Secretary
615 Top Salesman 61-635 Booster Club 61-645 4-H 635 Mus-
tang Mounties 61-625 Art Club 63-645 One Act Play 635
Green Masque Players 62-635 Badminton Intramurals 635
Jr. Sub-Debs 62-635 Sr. Sub-Debs 63-64. AMBITION:
MCINTYRE, GARY RAY: Future Farmer's of America 63-
645 Track 635 Booster Club 62-645 Football Intramurals
62-635 Soph. and Senior Champions.
McKAY, GERRY LYNN: Scottish Brigade 62-645 Reserves
625 Reg. Reserves Co. C 62-63, Regulars 63, Corporal 63-
645 C.S.U. 62-645 Alt. Corral Rep. 625 Booster Club'62-645
Green Masque Players 62-635 Jr. Sub-Debs 635 Sr. Sub-Debs
63-645 National Honor Society 63-64. AMBITION: Attend
the University of Texas.
McKEE, BRUCE MICHAEL: F.F.A. 61-645 President of
F.F.A. in 1962-645 Booster Club 61-64. AMBITION: Vet-
erinary, Attend A 81 M College.
Woodshop project-Herbie Meador's airplane.
McMAHON, DONALD MICHAEL. AMBITION: Commercial
MAINES, SHARON DARLENE: Booster Club 61-645 Cor-
ral Rep. 61-625 Scottish Brigade Reserves 61-625 Scottish
Brigade Drum Corp 625 C.S.U. 61-645 Jr. Sub-Debs 62-63-5
Sr. Sub-Debs 63-645 Finalist-Most Beautiful Senior. AMBI-
TION: Airline Stewardess.
MAREZ, MARY CARMEN: Booster Club 63-645 Art Club
63-645 Swimming Meet 615 Fifth Place Winner 615 Volley-
ball 61-635 Basketball 625 Archery Meet 625 Tennis 635
FTA 615 Softball 62. AMBITION: Business College.
MARROQUIN, JAMES RIOS: R.O.T.C. Drum and Bugle
Corps 61-625 Booster Club 63-645 Art Club 63-645 Sr. Foot-
ball lntramurals 63-64. AMBITION: Advertising Artist.
MARTINEZ, JOHN MANUEL: Art Club 635 R.O.T.C. 61.
MARTINEZ, MARIA CONSUELO: Booster Club 62-635
Art Club 635 Archery Team 635 Archery Meet 625 Vol-
leyball Intramurals 61-635 Tennis 635 Badminton Intramurals
62-635 Basketball Intramurals 625 Lettered 63. AMBI-
MARTINEZ, TOMASITA: City Volleyball Team 635 Volley-
ball Intramurals 61-625 Basketball Intramurals 61-625 Soft-
ball Intramurals 61-62. AMBITION: X-Ray Technician.
MASON, MICHAEL JAM1-:sz R.o.T.cL 61.64, An Club.
AMBITION: Army Officer.
MATHEU, LOU ANN: Archery Team letter 62 and 635
Booster Club 63-645 Volleyball Intramurals 63. AMBITION:
MATHIS, CAROLYN RUTH: American Legion Award Club
61-625 Booster Club 61-645 C.S.U. 61-645 Choralettes 61-645
Parliamentarian 635 National Honor Society 63-645 Pro-
gram Chairman 635 Student Council Representative 62-645
Corral Representative 62-635 Scottish Brigade 61-645 Re-
serves 6l5 Regulars 62-635 I..ieutenant of Bugles 63-645
Latin Club 61-625 Senior Play Fall 645 Senior Play Com-
mittee 63-645 Valedictorian of Fall Class of 64. AMBITION:
Foreign Missionary fBaptistJ.
MATHIS, MARSHA JEANNE: Scottish Brigade 61-64:
Company A 61-635 Colonel 63-645 National Honor Society
63-645 C.S.U. 61-645 Program Chairman 63-645 Jr. Sub-
Debs 62-635 Sr. Sub-Debs 63-645 Student Council 62-635
Booster Club 61-64-5 Corral Representative 61-625 Jr. Beau-
ty Finalist 62-635 D.A.R. Good Citizen 63-645 Tri B C's
63-645 Reporter 63-645 Austin Representative Outstanding
Teenager 63-64. AMBITION: Attend Baylor University
and major in Elementary Education and Bible.
MATHISEN, LINDA JOYCE: Art Club 62-635 Booster
Club 62-635 Future Homemakers of America 61-62. AMBI-
Donald Michael McMahon Sharon Darlene Maines Mary Carmen Marez James Rios Marroquin
John Manuel Martinez Maria Consuelo Martinez Tornasita Martinez Michael James.Mason
Lou Ann Matheu Carolyn Ruth Mathis Marsha Jeanne Mathis Linda Joyce Mathisen
Jeanette Elaine Matthews Sandy Matthews Sonya Marie Meade Diana Meave
Charles Melvin Martha Marilyn Menefee Kenneth James Meschki Andre Johannes Meyer
Charles Robert Meyers Barbara Kay Miller Marjorie Marie Miller Glenna Mills
Mr. Stewart's Metal Shop students learn a craft.
MATTHEWS, JEANNETTE ELAINE: AMBITION: Pro-
MATTHEWS, SANDY: Booster Club 61-635 Scottish Bri-
gade 60-625 Rolling Ponies 63-645 C.S.U. 60-615 Green
Masque 60-61. AMBITION: To become a legal secretary.
MEADE, SONYA MARIE: Scottish Brigade 61-645 Re-
serves 61-625 Regulars 635 Corporal Co. B 62-635 Captain
Co. C 63-645 Booster Club-Publicity Committee 61 and
635' C.S.U. 61-645 National Honor Society 63-645 Parlia-
mentarian 63-645 Jr. Sub-Debs 62-635 Sr. Sub-Debs 63-645
Secretary 63-645 Art Club 63-645 Corral Staff 635 Corral
Rep.g P.T.A. Rep. 63-645 Round-Up Rep.5 Red Cross Rep-
resentative: Senior Council 63. AMBITION: School teacher.
MEAVE, DIANA: Booster Club 63-645 Letter, Volleyball
Intramurals 615 Volleyball Intramural 625 Softball Intra-
murals 615 Mixed Doubles Badminton Intramurals 635 Vol-
leyball Intramurals 63. AMBITION: Legal secretary.
MELVIN, CHARLES: R.O.T.C. 61-635 Legionnaires 61-635
Color Guard5 Booster Club. AMBITION: Attend Stephen
F. Austin State College and major in Accounting.
MENEFEE, MARTHA MARILYN: Scottish Brigade 61-645
Sgt. Bagpipe Tenor Drums 62-635 Sgt. American Flag 63-
645 National Honor Society 63-645 Reporter 635 Corral
635 Round-Up 63-645 Assistant Editor 635 Editor 64-5 C.S.U.
61-645 Booster Club 63-64. AMBITION: Elementary Educa-
MESCHKE, KENNETH JAMES: National Honor Society
63-645 C.S.U. 62-645 Booster Club 61-645 Bronco Whirl
Decorations Committee 635 Key'Club 61-645 Chairman
Social Committee 645 Rolling Ponies 61-635 Secretary 62-
635 Altemate Boys' State 625 Jr. Varsity Football 615 A.A.
61-645 President 63-64. AMBITION: Degree in Mechanical
MEYER, ANDRE ,IOH ANNES V: Science Club 61-635
Key Club 62-645 Booster Club 63-645 National Honor So-
ciety 63-64. AMBITION: Aeronautical Engineer.
MEYERS, CHARLES ROBERT: Single Bar Club 61-645
Football 61-635 Letters 61-635 Baseball 61-635 Letters 61-
635 Booster Club 61-645 C.S.U. 61-645 Sgt.-at-Arms of
January 64 Senior Class.
MILLER, BARBARA KAY: Booster Club 63-645 Art Club
62-635 Letter 635 Shield 635 C.S.U. 625 Future Teachers
of America 63-64. AMBITION: To attend University oi
Houston and become an art teacher.
MILLER, MARJORIE. MARIE: Booster Club 62-645 F.T.A.
63-645 Girls' Rifle Team Sponsor 635 Archery Intramural
63-645 Girls' Track Intramurals 635 F.H.A. 62-645 P.T.A.
Representative 62-635 CP Moniter 63-64. AMBITION: Busi-
MILLS CLENNA' Scottish Brigade 62-645 Reserves 62-635
ulars 63-645 Future Teachers of America
62-645 Treasurer 63-645 C.S.U. 62-645 Booster Club 62-645
.lunior Achievement 62-635 Green Masque Players 62-635
Jr. Sub-Debs 635 Sr. Sub-Debs 63-64. AMBITION: To
attend Texas Tech.
Brian, Sally Ann and Vicki sell more yearbooks!
MONDERAGON, MOSES: R.O.T.C. Cadet 62-64. AMBI-
TION: To become an accountant.
MONK, CYNTHIA ANN: Scottish Brigade 62-643 Reserves
622 Regular Co. C 63-642 Booster Club 62-64-Q Jr. Sub-Debs
633 Sr. Sub-Debs 63-643 F.T.A. Club 63-643 C.S.U. 62-64-Q
National Honor Society 63-643 Green Curtain Club 63-64.
AMIEITION: Attend University of Houston and become a
MONTEMAYOR, FRANCES E. AMBITION: Become a
dentist and secretary.
MOORE, ARDATH HUGHEY: J. V. Football 62-633 Var-
sity Foothall 63-643 Booster Club 63-643 Vocational Agri-
culture 63-64. AMBITION : Agriculture Agent.
MOORE, JAMES RICHARD: Booster Club 61-643 Rolling
Ponies 61-643 Vice-Pres. 62-633 President 63-643 National
Honor Society 63-643 Key Club 62-643 Round-Up Repre-
sentative 61-623 Key Club Committee Chairman 63-643 City
Bowling Team 61-643 Chemistry Workshop 63. AMBITION:
MORROW, DAVID LEE: Booster Club 61-643 Swimming
Team 61-643 C.S.U. 62-643 Bronco Wliirl Decoration Com-
mitteeg Dad's Club Representative. AMBITION: Draftsman.
MORROW, DENNIS JEROME: Swimming Team 61-623
Football Team 61-623 C.S.U. 62-633 Booster Club 62-643
F.F.A. 61-643 Vice-President of F.F.A. 63-64-3 Decoration
Committee of Bronco Whirl. AMBITION: To attend Sam
Houston State College and teach vocational agriculture.
MOSLEY, LINDA GALE: Booster Club 61-643 C.S.U. 61-
643 Jr. Sub-Debs 62-633 Sr. Sub-Debs 63-643 Runner-Up
Most Beautiful Sophomore 61-623 Student Council 61-623
Round-Up Rep. 62-633 Commercial Club 63-64. AMBI-
MOULDS, SARA ANN: Sophomore Badminton Intramurals
Semi-Finalists 61-623 City Volleyball Team Letter 62-643
Basketball Intramurals Champions 62-633 Lettered 63-643
Jr. Badminton Champion Letter 62-633 City Tennis Team
62-643 Baseball Intramurals Champions Letter 62-643 Boos-
ter Club 63-643 Track Intramurals 62-642 Softball Throw
4th Place, Senior Badminton Intramurals 63-64. AMBI-
TION: Physical Education Teacher.
MOYE, LYNDA: Booster Club 61-643 C.S.U. 61-643 Bad-
minton Intramurals 61-631 Volleyball Intramural 62-643
Softball Intramural 61-623 Basketball Intramurals 61-623
P.T.A. Rep. 62-633 Corral Rep. 62-633 Track Intramurals
61-633 Latin Club 62-633' Junior Red Cross Rep. 63-64.
MUSICK, PAGE ANDRE: Mustang Mounties 61-623 Sci-
ence Club 61-623 Booster Club 633 Lettered, Swimming
Team 62. AMBITION: Veterinary.
MULHOLAND, LINDA MARGARET: Chorale Second So-
prano 62-643 Scottish Brigade Reserves 61-623 Regular
Drum Corps 62-632 Sergeant Snare Drums 63-643 C.S.U.
61-64: Booster Club 61-643 Tickets Committee 61, Invita-
tions Committee 623 Jr. Sub-Debs 62-633 Sr. Sub-Debs 63-
64. AMBITION: Medical Technologist.
Moses Mondragon Cynthia Ann Monk Frances E. Montemayor Ardath Hughey Moore
I James Richard Moore David Lee Morrow Dennis Jerome Morrow Linda Gale Mosley
Sara Ann Moulds Lynda Moye Page Andre Musick Linda Margaret Mulholand
Dinah Leigh Mullen Luis C. Munoz Joseph M. Myer Jr. Hamilton Joseph Nelson 1
Paula Claudette Nobles Frances Evelyn Norcross Jennifer Cenenne O'Brien Jzmnie E. Ortiz
Eileen Elena 09110016 Barbara Anne Parker June Carol Parker Anna Lee Parks
Farewell Program Duet.
MULLEN, DINAH LEIC-H: Brigade: Company C 61-64:
Top Sergeant Co. C 63-64: Most Popular Sophomore 61-62:
Vice-president Jr. Sub-Debs: Vice-President Sr. Sub-Debs:
Booster Club 61-64: Bronco Whirl Publicity Committee
Chairman: C.S.L'.. Social Chairman 63-64: Treasurer Art
Club 63-64: Lawyer Senior Class: Homecoming Queen 63.
AMBITION: Attend S.F.A. Nacogdoches.
MUNOZ, LUIS C: Booster Club 61-64: C.S.L'. 61-62: Foot-
ball Intramurals 61-6-1: Basketball Intramural 61-64:
R.O.T.C. 61. AMBITION: To become Business Executive,
MYER, JOSEPH M., JR.: Booster Club 61-62: Rolling
Ponies 61-62: Future Farmers' of America 63-6-1-: Football
Intramurals 62-64: Basketball Intramurals 61-62. AMBI-
TION: Veterinary Medicine.
NELSON, HAMILTON JOSEPH III: Key Club 61-64: So-
cial Chairman 62-63. President 63-64: Cheerleader 63-64:
National Honor Society: Student Council 61-64: Rice U.
Summer Math Course 63: Texas Nuclear Science Sym-
posium 63: C.S.U. 61-64: Booster Club 61-64: Science Club
61-63: Corral Representative 62-63: Jr. Rotarian. January
64: Chairman of March of Dimes 64. AMBITION: Archi-
' -. ' ' E: Scottish Brigade: Re-
serves 62: Bagpipe Corps 62: Drill Corps 63-64: C.S.U.
63-64: Booster Club 63-64: Future Teachers of America
63-64. AMBITION: To be a teacher.
NORCROSS, FRANCES EVELYN: Booster Club 62-63:
Volleyball Intramurals 63: Tennis Intramurals 63: Archery
Intramurals 63: Co-Ed Archery Meet 62: Archery Meet
Manager 62: City Archery Meet 63. AMBITION: Attend
college and major in Business.
O'BRIEN, JENNIFER GENENNE: American Legion Club
61-64: Secretary 61: Reporter 62: Booster Club 61-64:
Science Club 61-62: All City Choir 62-63: C.S.U. 61-64:
Volleyball Intramurals 61-62: Archery 63-64: Badminton
Intramurals 61-63: Jr. Sub-Debs 62-63: Sr. Sub-Debs 63-64:
Choralettes 62-64: Treasurer 63-64: Runner-Ifp Most Beau-
tiful Senior. AMBITION: Nurse.
ORTIZ, JANNIE E.: Corral Staff Typist 64: Commercial
Club 63-64: Sr. Sub-Debs 63-64: Booster Club 63-64: F.H.A.
62. AMBITION: IBM Operator.
O'TOOLE EILEEN ELENA: C.S.L'. 61-64: Booster Club
61-64: Jr. Sub-Debs 62-63: Sr. Sub-Debs 63-64: Scottish
Brigade Regular Co. B. 63-64: Top Sergeant Co. B 63-64:
Library Club 62-63: French Club 61-62: Round-Lip Rep.
61-62: Red Cross Alt. 63-64: Bronco Whirl: Programs 61-
62: Invitations 62-63: Decorations 63-64. AMBITION: Ele-
mentary School Teacher.
PARKER, BARBARA ANNE: Booster Club 61-64: Jr.
Sub-Debs 62-63: Sr. Sub-Debs 63-64: C.S.U. 61-64: Round-
Up News Editor 63-64: Quill and Scroll 63-64: Managing
Editor of Round-Ifp 64. AMBITION: Attend Beauty College
and become a beautician.
PARKER, JUNE CAROL: C.S.U. 61-64: Booster Club 62-
64: Jr. Sub-Debs 62-63: Sr. Sub-Debs 63-64: Art Club 63-
64: F.H.A. 62-63: Scottish Brigade 61-62, Reserves 61-62.
AMBITION: Attend University of Texas.
PARKS, ANNA LEE: Scottish Brigade: Reseryes 61-62:
Regulars 62-63: Sgt. Tenor Bugles, 63-64: C.S.U. 61-64:
Booster Club 61-64: Art Club 62-64: National Honor So-
ciety 63-64. AMBITION: Attend University of Texas and
major in Interior Design.
Bivouac in the Big Thicket, East Texas.
PARRISH, BRIAN BUFORD: Booster Club 61-643 Key
Club 61-643 Project Chairman 63-643 American Legion
Award Club 61-623 R.O.T.C. 61-642 Color Guard 62-633
Battalion Training and Operations Officer 63-643 C.S.U.
61-643 Corral Business Manager 62-643 National Honor
Society 63-64-3 Student Council 61-633 Quill 81 Scroll 63-643
Senior Class Banquet Committee Member: Senior Class
Motto Committee Memberg Corral Representative 61-62:
Round-Up Representative 61: American Legion Boys' State
Representative 633 Junior Rotarian February 64. AMBI-
TION: Attend Rice and prepare for a career in medicine.
PARRISH, RICHARD THOMAS: Booster Club 61-64-Q Latin
Clubg Curile Aedile 62-633 Corral Salesman 63-64. AMBI-
PARRISH, SYLVIA ANN: 62 Sophomore Badminton In-
tramurals3 Letteredg Jr. Badminton Intramurals Semi-Finals:
63-643 Manager of City Volleyball Team3 63-64 Booster
Clubg 63-64 Commercial Cluhg 63-64 Sr. Sub-Debs. AMBI-
TION: Secretarial Work.
PARSLEY, DARLENE CHERRY: Booster Club 61-643 Sr.
Sub-Debs 63-643 C.S.U. 63-643 Vice-President of Commercial
Club 633 Presentation of Noma Award 62-63, 63-64. AMBI-
TION: Attend Sam Houston State Teachers' College.
PARSLEY, PENNY CAROL: Jr. Sub-Debs 62-633 Sr. Sub-
Debs 63-643 Booster Club 62-633 Softball Intramurals 64.
PARSON, SUSAN ELEANOR: C.S.U. 61-643 Booster Club
61-643 JrfSuh-Delis 62-633 Sr. Sub-Debs 63-641 Latin Club
62-632 Library Club 62-643 Student Council Alternate Rep-
resentative 61-633 Bronco Whirl Tickets Committee 611
Decorations Bronco Whirl 635 Scottish Brigade Reserves
61-623 Regular 62-633 Lieutenant of Bagpipe Drums 63-64.
AMBITION: Physical Therapist.
PASKE, PAUL WAYNE: Booster Club 61-643 C.S.U. 61-
623 Corral Salesman 63-64. AMBITION: Electrical Engi-
PATTERSON, JOHNNY ROSS: R.O.T.C. Cadet 62-633
Drill Platoon 62-63. AMBITION: Captain in United States
PAYNE, LOIS MARIE: Brigade 61-643 Reserves 61-623
Regulars-Bugles 62-633 Baritone Sgt. 63-642 C.S.U. 61-643
Booster Club 61-643 Jr. Sub-Debs 62-631 Sr. Sub-Debs 63-
64-Q Choralettes 62-643 Librarian 63-643 Commercial Club
63-643 Sgt. at Arms 63-64. AMBITION: Attend Atlantic
Airline School in Kansas City, Missouri.
PAYNE, ROBERT GARY. AMBITION: Attend College.
PHILl..IPS, PATTI ANNE: Cheerleader 63-643 Green
Masque 61-623 Sophomore Beauty Hnalist 61-623 Booster
Club 61-643 Treasurer 63-643 Jr. Sub-Debs 62-633 Most
Beautiful Junior 62-633 Modern Dance Club 62-633 Vice-
President 62-633 Sr. Sub-Debs 63-643 C.S.U. 63-643 Booster
Lab 62-633 Bronco Whirl Decorations and Publicity Com-
mittee 63-64. AMBITION: Attend University of Houston.
PIERCE, PAUL MONROE: Band 61-643 Secondary First
Lieutenant 63-643 Orchestra 62-643 Vice-President 63-643
Booster Club 61-643 C.S.U. 61-64-3 Art Club 63-64.
Brian Buford Parrish Richard Thomas Parrish Sylvia Ann Parrish Darlene Chen'y Parsley
Penny Carol Parsley Susan Eleanor Parson Paul Wayne Paske Johnny Ross Patterson
Lois Marie Payne Robert Gary Payne Patti Anne Phillips Paul Monroe Pierce
Thomas G. Pierce Billie Sue Pietsch Leonard Earl Polk Patricia Odette Polk
Sammy Odell Powell Sandra Lu Powell Linda Darleen Price Alan Charles Quaintanc
Allen Gene Radabaugh Anita Irene Rainey Burt Rainey Angelita Norma Rami
More Bivouac in the Thicket.
PIERCE, THOMAS G. JR.: 61-62 Sophomore Trainer for
Jr. Varsity Letter5 Sophomore Trainer for Jr. Varsity Bas-
ketball Letter 62-635 Jr. Trainer for Jr. Varsity and Varsity
Football Letterg Booster Club 63-645 Sr. Head Trainer for
Varsity Football, Lettered. AMBITION: To be an Architect.
PIETSCH, BILLIE SUE: Booster Club 62-645 C.S.U. 63-645
Scottish Brigade Reserves 625 Regular Reserves 635 Regular
63-645 Corporal 63-645 Bugle Corps5 F.H.A. AMBITION:
To be a good housewife and m-other.
POLK, LEONARD EARL: Booster Club 61-645 Band 61-645
Letter 61-645 C.S.U. 61-645 Football Intramurals 645 De-
Villes Dance Band 635 Intramural Basketball 64. AMBI-
TION: Obtain B.S. in Accounting at University of Houston.
POLK, PATRICIA ODETTE: Scottish Brigade 62-645 Re-
serves 625 Regular Co. A 63-645 Chorale 61-645 Treasurer
63-645 C.S.U. 61-645 Booster Club 61-645 Student Council
63-645 Treasurer 63-645 Jr. Sub-Debs 625 Sr. Sub-Debs 63-
645 Junior Beauty Finalist 625 Treasurer Mid-Term Senior
Class 63-64. AMBITION: Attend college-Major in Ele-
mentary Education and minor in Psychology.
POWELL, SAMMY ODELL: National Honor Society 63-
64, Sergeant-At-Arms 63-645 Key Club 61-645 Treasurer 63-
645 Varsity Basketball 62-635 Nuclear Science Symposium-
University of Texas Representative, Summer 625 Rice Uni-
versity Summer Mathematics Course 63. AMBITION: Math-
POWELL, SANDRA LU: Scottish Brigade Reserves 61-625
Bagpipe Corps 62-635 Lt. of Bagpipes 63-645 C.S.U. 61-645
Booster Club 61-645 Ir. Sub-Debs Alternate President 62-
635 Sr. Sub-Debs 63-645 Program Chairman 63-645 Student
Council Representative 61-635 Altemate 63-645 Senior Class
Secretary 63-645 National Honor Society 63-64. AMBITION:
Teach Elementary School.
PRICE, LINDA DARLEEN: Booster Club 61-645 C.S.U.
61-645 Latin Workshop 62-645 Future Teachers' 61-625
P.T.A.-Dad's Club Representative 61-635 Red Cross Rep-
resentative 63-645 Student Council 63-645 Green Masque
62-635 Senio-r Calendar Committee 635 Chairman Banquet
Committee 635 Sr. Sub-Debs 63-645 Student Council Alter-
nate 62-635 Junior Rotarian 64. AMBITION: Elementary
QUAINTANCE, ALAN CHARLES: Booster Club 61-645
C.S.U. 61-645 Vice-President 62-635 President 63-645 Bas-
ketball 61-645 Honorable Mention All-District5 .I.V. Letterg
Three-year Letterman, Captain 62-645 Baseball 61-635 Three-
year Letterman Captain 635 Football 61-635 Honorable
Mention All-Districtg Three-year Letterman5 Captain 635
Single-Bar Club 61-635 Key Club 61-645 .lunior Director
625 Vice-President 635 Latin Club 625 National Honor So-
ciety 63-645 Letter of Commendation on N.M.S.Q.T.5 Fire
Patrol 61-645 Battalion Chief 625 Chief 63-645 Bronco
Whirl Invitation Committee 625 Decoration Committee 63.
AMBITION: Attend college and become a Chemical Engi-
RADABAUGH, ALLEN GENE: Booster Club 61-645 C.S.U.
61-645 Football 61-645 3-Year Letterman5 Chronicle All
Zone I Team: Chronicle All City Team5 Post All Zone I
Team5 Baseball 61-635 2-Year Lettermang Captain 635
Chronicle All City Team, Chronicle All Zone Team5 Dad's
Club Representative 61-645 Senior Farewell Committee5
Decorations Committee Bronco Whirl 63. AMBITION: At-
tend Baylor or T.C.U.--Become a coach.
RAINEY, ANITA IRENE: Scottish Brigade Reserves 615
Regular Co. B 61-635 Adjutant Major 63-645 Latin Club
625 Curule Aedile-Fall 615 C.S.U. 61-645 National Honor
Society 63-645 Secretary 63-645 Choralettes 61-645 President
63-645 Reporter 62-635 Corral Staff Writer 62-63. AMBI-
TION: Attend college and study Religious Education-
Become a Missionary.
RAINEY, BURY: Football 625 Booster Club 635 C.S.U. 63.
AMBITION : Architectural Drafting.
RAMIREZ, ANGELITA NORMA: Softball Intramurals 635
Art Club 635 Booster Club 63. AMBITION: Beautician.
Our Powder Puff Team play ball in Mason Park.
RATLIFF, STANLEY SYLVEN: Football-Varsity Letters
62-633 Jr. Varsity Letter 613 National Honor Society 63-643
C.S.U. 61-643 Vice-President 63-643 Booster Club 61-643
Chorale 62-643 Latin Club 623 Single Bar Club 63. AMBI-
TION: Attend Georgia Tech and Study Chemical Engineer-
REESE, RENA EILENE: Booster Club 61-64-Q Jr. Sub-Debs
62-633 Sr. Sub-Debs 63-643 Commercial Club 63-643 Runner-
Up Most Beautiful Sophomoreg Future Homemakers of
America3 C.S.U. 61-64. AMBITION: Fashion Buyer.
REILY, MIKE: Rolling Ponies 62-633 Booster Club 61-643
C.S.U. 61-63g Sophomore Basketball Intramurals 61-623 Bas-
ketball Intraniurals 62-633 Sr. Basketball Intramurals 63-643
Bouncers 63-64. AMBITION: President of United States.
REYNOLDS, MAURICE EAYNE. AMBITION: B.S. in Ac-
RHODES, NANCY LOU: C.S.U. 62-643 City Volleyball
Team 62-633 Letters 62 and 64-Q Booster Club 61-643 Sr.
Sub-Debs 63-643 Corral Representative 61-633 Round-Up
Representative 61-63: Y-Teens 63-643 Art Club 63-643 Bas-
ketball Intramurals 61-623 Badminton Intramurals 61-623
Volleyball Intramurals 613 Softball Intramurals 62. AMBI-
TION: Business Administration or Cosmetology.
RICHARDSON, JOHN ROBERT: Baseball 62-643 Letters
62-645 Football Jr. Varsity 61-623 Letters 61-623 Varsity
632 C.S.U.3 Booster Club 61-633 Library Club 633 Fire
Patrol 62-633 Battalion Chief 63-643 Dad's Club Representa-
tive 63-64. AMBITION: Attend College.
RIEMER, PAUL LEE: Booster Club. 61-64. AMBITION:
Attend University of Houston-Become an Engineer or
RILEY, MILTON JR.: Boys' Chorus 62-633 Booster Club
61-633 Art Club 63. AMBITION: To graduate from High
ROBERTS, JANICE KATHERINE: Sr. Sub-Debs 63-643
Booster Club 63-64-3 C.S.U. 63-643 Future Nurses 63-641 Red
Cross Representative Altemate 63-643 Office Worker 63-64.
ROBERTS, KAREN: Booster Gluh 62-643 C.S.U. 62-643
Green Masque 62-643 Tennis Intramurals 643 Volleyball ln-
tramurals 643 Choralettes 63-643 Medical Careers Club
63-643 Jr. Sub-Debs 62-633 Sr. Sub-Debs 63-643 Rolling
Ponies 63-643 Treasurer 63-643 P.T.A. Representative 63-
643 Jr. Red Cross Representative 63-643 Dad's Club Repre-
sentative 63-643 Junior Achievement 633 Senior Play 643
Banquet, Farwell, Commencement Committees for Mid-
Term Class 64. AMBITION: Attend Lamar Tech or San
Jacinto Junior College-Become Medical Laboratory Tech-
RODD, JULIE FRANCES: National Honor Society 63-643
Booster Club 62-632 C.S.U. 62-633 Track Intramurals 623
Medical Careers Club 623 Monitoring Training Course 63.
ROUNDS, PATRICE ANNETTE: Booster Club 63-643 Sr.
Sub-Debs 63-64. AMBITION: Attend Medical School.
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SABAYRAC, RICHARD BARRY: Junior Achievement 61-
623 Vice-President 62-633 Vice-President 63-643 Presidentg
Band 61-633 Booster Club 61-64. AMBITION: Business
SALLING, ROBERT LEE: R.O.T.C. 61-643 Rifle Team
61-633 Debate Team 61-62, 643 Extemporaneous Speaking
623 National Forensic League 64.
SANDOVAL, ROBERT: Booster Club 62-643 Round-Up
Reporter 63-643 Art Club 62-64. AMBITION: Become a
Commercial Art Illustrator.
SANDUSKY, SANDRA ANN: Booster Club 61-643' Latin
Club 62: Jr. Sub-Debs 62-643 Sr. Sub-Debs 63-64-3 C.S.U.
61-643 Round-Up 63-643 Circulation Manager 63-643 Dec-
oration Committee Bronco Whirl 63. AMBITION: Attend
SANNE, CECIL: Jr. Varsity Football 613 TFBCRQ Booster
Club 61-643 Jr. Varsity Football 62-633 Varsity Football
Manager3 Vocational Agricultural. AMBITION: Mortician.
SANTANA, JOHNNY ISA: Track 61. AMBITION: Mechan-
SARABIA, JOHNNY LOUIS: Booster Club 61-643 Varsity
Football Manager 633 Varsity Baseball Manager 63-64:
Art Club 62-643 C.S.U. 63-643 Bronco Whirl Invitations
Committee 63. AMBITION: Attend University of Houston.
SCHLECHTE, RODNEY JAMES: Booster Club 61-643
R.O.T.C. 61-643 Rifle Team 61-62. AMBITION: Attend
SCHOONOVER, SUSAN CAROL: Scottish Brigade 61-643
Reserve 613 Regular Reserves 61-621 Regular 623 Corporal
62-633 Drum and Bugle Major 63-643 Basketball Sweet-
heart3 C.S.U. 61-643 Program Chairman 63-643 Booster
Club 61-643 Bronco Whirl Chairman of Invitationsg Best
All Around Senior Girl 63-643 Treasurer of Senior Class:
National Honor Society 63-643 TFCSSUICYQ Jr. Sub-Debs 62-
633 Sr. Sub-Debs 63-643 President3 Runner-Up D.A.R. Good
Citizen3 Homecoming Finalist: Student Council 62-633
Beauty Finalistg Sophomore and Juniorg Corral Representa-
tive 61-633 Sales Manager of Pony Lineg Junior Rotarian
of November3 Corral Staff 63. AMBITION: High School
SCHROEDER, ANNE ELIZABETH. AMBITION: Airline
SCHWARTZE, MARY ALICE: Booster Club 63-643 C.S.U.
63-641 Sr. Sub-Debs 63-64. AMBITION: Business World.
SCOTT, DONNA SUE: C.S.U. 62-643 Booster Club 63-643
Volleyball Intramurals 62-643 Future Teachers' 62-643 Tennis
Intramurals 63-643 National Honor Society 63-64. AMBI-
TION : Teach English and American History.
Mustang Band practice.
SEALS, CAROLYN B.: Art Club 625 Booster Club 625
Future Farmers' of America 2nd Runner-Up Sweetheart 63.
AMBITION: Secretary andfor housewife.
SEALS, DANNY RAY: Art Club 62-63: Green Masque 635
Booster Club 61-64. AMBITION: Naval Officer.
SELLARS, BE'I'l'Y: Booster Club 61-64-5 C.S.U. 61-645
F.H.A. 62-635 Vice-President 62-635 Rolling Ponies 625
Letter 625 Jr. Sub-Debs 62-635 Sr. Sub-Debs 63-643 Round-
Up Representative 61-63. AMBITION: Attend S.H.S.T.C.
and later become a Professional Model.
SEXTON, RICHARD L.: R.O.T.C. 61-645 Platoon Leader
635 Battalion Adjutant'63g Color Guard Cmemberl 62-635
Color Guard Commander 63-645 Drill Team Member 635
Booster Club 63-64. AMBITION: Attend School and Work
in the Sales' Field.
SHAW, ROBERT H.: Student Council 62-645 Jr. Varsity
Football 615 Varsity Football 62-645 Jr. Varsity Basketball
61-625 Jr. Varsity Baseball 625 Varsity Baseball 63-645
Cross Country 625 C.S.U. 61-645 Booster Club 61-645 Runner-
Up Most Handsome Senior 63-645 National Honor Society 63-
645 D.A.R. Good Citizen 63-645 Fire Patrol 63-64. AMBI-
TION: Doctor of Medicine.
SHEA CATHERINE: Mounted Mustangs 615 Library Club
61-635 Art Club 635 Student Council 635 National Honor
Society 63. AMBITION: Hematologist.
SHEPHERD, SHERLYN: Scottish Brigade 61-645 Reserves
615 Reg, Bugles 61-635 Captain of Bugles 63-645 Booster
Club 61-645 Publicity Committee 625 Invitation Committee
635 Corral Staff 635 Student Council 63-645 Green Masque
Players 62-635 Jr. Sub-Debs 61-625 Sr. Sub-Debs 63-645 Art
Club 62-645 Future Teachers' of America 63-645 Vice-
President 63-64. AMBITION: To be a Dental Hygenist.
SIMMS, LARRY WAYNE: Booster Club 61-645 Art Club
63-645 Vocational Agriculture 61-645 Reporter 63-645 Foot-
ball Intramurals 625 Track Intramurals 61-625 First Place
330 Yard Dash 61. AMBITION: Attend Sam Houston State
Teachers' College-Teach Vocational Agriculture.
SIRLES, CARL WAYNE: Booster Club 62-635 Key Club
63-645 National Honor Society 63-64. AMBITION: An
SJOBERG, KRISTIN ADAIR: Swimming Team 61-645 Let-
tered 3 years: Captain of Swimming Team 645 City Volley-
ball Team, Lettered 2 Years 62-635 Art Club 62-635 Booster
Club 61-635 Jr. Sub-Debs 62-635 C.S.U. 62-63. AMBITION:
SMITH, BILLY JAMES: Two Year Letterman in Tennisg
Booster Club 61-645 Tennis 61-64.
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SMITH, DAVID: Rolling Ponies 62-633 Booster Club 62-
642 C.S.U. 61-633 National Forensic League 62-643 Jr. Bas-
ketball Intramuralsg Jr. Football Intramuralsg Bouncer,s 63-
64. AMBITION: Treasurer of the U.S.A.
SMITH, JUDI FAYE: Brigade Reserves 61-623 F.H.A. 62-
633 Library Club 62-631 Art Club 63-643 Booster Club 63-
643 Rolling Ponies 63-64. AMBITION: Secretary.
SMITH, KERRY DENIECE: Booster Club 62-645 C.S.U. 62-
643 Commercial Club 63-643 Sr. Sub-Debs 63-643 Noma
Award 63. AMBITION: Secretarial Work.
SMITH, TERRY: Booster Club 62-643 C.S.U. 62-643 Sr.
Sub-Debs 63-643 Commercial Club 63-643 Presentation of
Noma Award. AMBITION: Stenographer.
SMITH, VIVIAN ANN: Booster Club 633 Commercial Club
633 Secretary 633 Sr. Sub-Debs 63-643 C.S.U. 63-64. AMBI-
TION: Work in some branch of the law.
SOTIRIADES, MICHAEL HARRY: Booster Club 62-643
Round-Up Reporter 63-643 Rolling Ponies 625 Senior Cal-
endar Representative. AMBITION: Accountant.
STANISLAW, JAMES CHARLES: Booster Club: C.S.U.3
Football Intramurals, lst Place Sophomore. AMBITION:
STEPHENS, LINDA A.: Booster Club 62-643 Scottish Bri-
gade Reserve Drill Corps 613 Jr. Sub-Debs 62-633 Green
Masque Players 62-633 Round-Up Representative 63-64.
AMBITION: Professional Model.
STEVENS, BOBBY DEAN: Booster Club 61-643 Sophomore
Football Intramurals 613 Junior Basketball Intramurals 62.
AMBITION: Attend University of Houston and Study Ac-
STERETT, EDITH ANN: C.S.U. 62-633 Student Council
Representative 62-633 P.T.A. Representative 62-633 Na-
tional Forensic League 63-643 Jr. Sub-Debs 62-633 Sr. Sub-
Debs 63-64-Q Dad's Club Representative 62-633 Booster Club
62-63. AMBITION: Attend University of Texas.
STEWART, JIMMY: R.O.T.C. 61-633 Legionnaires 61-633
lst Platoon Leader Company A 623 Lt. Colonel Battalion
Commander 633 Booster Club 61-633 National Forensic
League 62-633 Chorale 633 Bronco Whirl Ticket Commit-
tee 62. AMBITION: Attend college, become teacher, receive
Commission in U. S. Army.
STONE, GERALD: Booster Club 62-643 Yearbook Staff 62-
633 C.S.U. 62-633 R.0.T.C. Drill Team 62-633 Auto Shop
63-64. AMBITION: U. S. Marines and then attend College.
Sparks fly while Ronald welds.
STRATMAN, SALLY ANN: Scottish Brigade 61-643 Re-
serves 61-623 Bagpipe regulars 62-633 Sergeant Bagpipes 63-
645 F.T.A. 61-641 Senior Sub-Debs 63-643 Jr. Sub-Debs 62-
635 C.S.U. 61-641 Booster Club 61-643 Dad's Club Rep.
61-643 Red Cross Rep. 63-643 Corral Rep. 63'64Q Junior
Achievement 61-62. AMBITION: Attend Sul Rose State
College, Alpine, Texas and major in Elementary Education.
ST I KLAND VI AIN: Scottish Brigade 61-
643 Reserves 61-623 Bagpipes 6 -633 Corporal Bagpipe
Corps 63-643 Jr. Sub-Debs 62-632 Sr. Sub-Debs 63-643 Boos-
ter Club 61-643 C.S.U. 61-643 Red Cross Rep. AMBITION:
STUCKEY, LORENA MAE: Scottish Brigade3 Reserves
623 Regular Reserves 623 Regulars 62-633 Top Sgt. Drums
63-643 Booster Club 61-643 C.S.U. 61-643 Corral Rep. 62-
633 Jr. Sub-Debs 62-633 Sr. Sub-Debs 63-643 F.F.A. Semi-
finalist for Sweetheartg Bronco Whirl Invitation Committee
623 Bronco Wltirl Decorations Committee 633 Volleyball
Intramurals 613 Brigade Volleyball Intramurals 62. AMBI-
TION: To be a typing and shorthand teacher and attend
the University of Houston.
SULLY, JANICE KATHRYN: Art Club 62-64-Q Scottish
Brigade Reserves 613 Regular 61-632 Sergeant 63-643 C.S.U.
61-643 Booster Club 61-643 Student Council, Designer of
Pony Line 62-633 Rep. 61-623 Altemate 62-633 Rep. 63-643
Chairman of Decorations Committee for 63-643 Soph. Semi-
finalist beauty- 61-62g Senior Beauty Finalist 63-643 P.T.A.
Rep. 61-635 Jr. Sub-Debs 62-633 Sr. Sub-Debs 63-643 Com-
pany B Runner-up in Brigade Volleyball Tournamentg Rep-
resented Austin on the Board of Governors "Finishing
Touches" 63. AMBITION: To be a commercial artist.
SWAIN, RALPH LYNN: Booster Club 61-64: C.S.U. 61-
643 Jr. Varsity Football 61Q Quill 8 Scroll 63: Reporter
63g Sports Co-Editor of Round-Up 63g Dad's Club Rep. 61.
AMBITION: Obtain degree from Baylor University and
teach physical education.
SWAIN, RAY ALAN: Booster Club 61-643 C.S.U. 61-642
Quill Sz Scroll 64. AMBITION: Law. V
SWAIN, ROBERT EARL: D.E. 63-643 Booster Club 62-
643 C.S.U. 63-643 Boys' Chorus 62-643 Chorale 64.5AMBI-
TAYLOR, LYNNETTE WANDA: Brigade Reserves 60?
Company A 61-632 Booster Club 60-631 Sr. Sub-Debs 63-
643 Sponsor Rifle Team 63-643 Battalion EX. Sponsor
63-64. AMBITION: Attend University of Houston.
THIES, NANCY JANE: C.S.U. 63-643 Booster Club 63-643
Sr. Sub-Debs 63-643 National Honor Society 63-64: Jr. Red
Cross Rep. 63-643 City Tennis Team 62-633 City Volleyball
Te-am 63-643 Captain3 Baseball Intramurals 623 Champions
63, Champions 643 Tennis Intramurals 61g Jr. Badminton
Intramurals 633 Sr. Badminton Intramurals 643 Basketball
Intramurals 63-643 Championsg Co-Ed Badminton Intra-
murals 63-643 Y-Teens 63-64. AMBITION: Nursing.
THOMAS, NORA HOPE: D.E. 62-643 D.E. Sweetheart 62-
633 D.E. Secretary 63-643 Booster Club 61-64. AMBITION:
To become a good secretary and to go to business school.
THOMSON, MICHAEL DEE: Band, Fall 603 Chorale 61-
623 Booster Club 61-643 Boys' Chorus 63-643 Sports Editor
for Round-Up 63-643 Chorale 62-63. AMBITION: Stock
car driver and journalist.
THOMPSON, SANDRA JEAN: Booster Club 62-643 Com-
mercial Club 63-643 Senior Sub-Debs 63-64. AMBITION:
Graduate and work as a secretary.
Sally Ann Stratman Vicky Lorrain Strickland Lorena Mae Stuckey Janice Kathryn Sully
Ralph Lynn Swain Ray Alan Swain Robert Earl Swain Lynnette Wanda Taylor
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THORNBURGH, ROBERT HOWARD: F.F.A. 62-645 Boos-
ter Club 62-64. AMBITION: Attend S.H.S.T.C. and become
a cattle rancher.
TRACY, CEORCIANNE RUTH: Scottish Brigade 61-645
Reserves 615 Regulars Bagpipe Corps 62-635 Captain of
Bagpipes 63-645 American Legion Club 61-645 Vice-Pres-
ident 61-62 5 President 62-635 Secretary 63-645 F'.T.A. Club
63-645 Student Council Rep. 61-625 C.S.U. 61-645 Booster
Club 61-645 National Honor Society 63-645 Dad's Club
Representative 61-635 Corral Rep. 61-635 P.T.A. Rep. 63-645
Choralettes 62-635 Latin Club 62-645 Jr. Sub-Debs 62-63:
Treasurer 62-635 Sr. Sub-Debs 63-645 Treasurer 63-64.
AMBITION: Latin or history teacher.
TRANSUE, CLAIR THOMAS: R.O.T.C. 62-635 Junior
TREVATHAN, JAMES RICHARD: Head Cheerleader 63-
645 Booster Club 61-645 C.S.U. 61-645 Student Council 62-
645 Treasurer 62-635 Chorale 62-645 Key Club 61-645 All-
Region Choir 63-645 Rolling Ponies 61-635 President 62-635
Golf Team 61-645 Letter 61-645 Principal's Student Com-
mittee 62-645 Junior Rotarian 63-645 Runner-Up Most Pop-
ular Senior 63-645 Runner-Up Best All Around Senior 63-
645 Sophomore Football Intramurals Champs 61-625 Boys'
State Nominee 62-635 All-City Bowling Team 61-63. AMBI-
TION: Attend Harvard University and study law.
TREVINO, DAVID: Art Club 63-645 Booster Club 62-64.
AMBITION: Attend college.
TURNER, ARTHUR: Junior Varsity Football 62-645 Soph-
omore Track 62-635 Track 63-645 Booster Club 62-645 C.S.U.
63-645 Student Council 63-64. AMBITION: To become a
certified Public Accountant.
TUTTLE, CHARLOTTE AUDREY: Booster Club 61-64:
D.E. 62-635 C.S.U. 61-645 Art Club.
UNDERWOOD, MARY KYLE: Scottish Brigade5 Reserves.
Summer 615 Company C 61-625 Captain of Flags 63-64:
C.S.U. 61-645 Booster Club 61-645 Art Club 63-645 Jr. Sub-
Debs 62-635 Senior Sub-Debs 63-645 Sgt.-At-Arms5 Future
Teacher Club 645 Librarian, Most Beautiful Senior Final-
ist 63-645 Bronco Whirl Decoration Committee: Sopho-
more Beauty Semi-Finalist. AMBITION: Attend Southwest-
VACKER, LINDA MAE: Jr. Sub-Debs 62-635 Sr. Sub-Debs
63-645 F.H.A. 625 Booster Club 62-645 C.S.U. 62-645 Art
Club 63-645 Journalism Reporter 63-645 Scottish Brigade
61. AMBITION: Model.
VAN NATTER, CHARLES RICHARD: Debate Club 61-
645 National Forensic League 61-645 President 63-645 Green
Mask 62-635 Green Curtain Club 63-645 Marching Band
63-645 Concert Band 63-64. AMBITION: Minister, Assem-
bly of God.
VAN ZANDT, JANET LYNN: Booster Club 62-645 Choral-
ettes 62-645 Badminton Intramurals 62-64. AMBITION:
To major in Music Education and receive my Bachelor's
and Masters degree at the University of Houston, and later
have my own private school of music.
VEGA, SYLVIA ROSE: Softball Intramurals 62 Champs:
Softball Intramurals 63 Champsg Swimming Team 63:
Swimming Team 645 Booster Club 62-635 Art Club 63-64:
Sr. Sub-Debs 63-645 Round-Up Reporter 63-64.
Report cards in Mrs. Ruthven's senior homeroom.
VERCHER, PAMELA EILEEN: Jr. Sub-Debs 62-633 C.S.U.
62-633 Booster Club 61-642 Sr. Sub-Debs 63-643 Scottish
Brigade 61-643 Reserves 61-623 Company A 62-633 Corporal
Company A 63-643 Commercial Club 63-64. AMBITION:
To be a housewife.
VICKERS, CHARLES ALAN: Football 3-yr. 61-633 Booster
Club 61-64. AMBITION: University of Houston and then
VILLARREAL, DOLORES MAIRE: City Volleyball Team
60-613 Booster Club 62-631 Basketball Intramurals 60-612
Softball Intramurals 60-623 Badminton Intramurals 60-613
Volleyball Intramurals 61-62, 62-633 Tennis Intramurals 62-
63. AMBITION: .loin Air Force.
WALKER, DONNIE LEE: Marching Band 61-643 Concert
Band 61-641 Orchestra 63-64-Q Booster Club 63-643 Art Club
64. AMBITION: Become a professional musician.
WARD, SARA.ANN: Marching and Concert Band 61-643
Primary Second Lieutenant 63-643 Choralettes 61-643 Ac-
companist 61-643 American Legion Club 61-6412 C.S.U. 61-
643 Orchestra 63-643 Pep Band 63'64Q National Honor
Society 63-641 Junior Red Cross Rep. 63-64. AMBITION:
WARE, BILLY GLEN: Booster Club 61-632 C.S.U. 61-623
Football Intramurals Champions-Sophomore 615 2nd Place
Track Intramural Team Senior 63.
WARNER, KATHERINE SUE: Booster Club 63-643 C.S.U.
62-63. AMBITION : Secretary.
WARREN, BEVERLY ANN: Scottish Brigade Reserves
613 Regulars 62-633 Co. A, Lieutenant Co. A 63-643 C.S.U.
61-643 Student Council 61-64-1 Booster Club 61-643 Library
Club 61-633 Jr. Sub-Debs 62-633 Sr. Sub-Debs 63-643 F.T.A.
61-633 Art Club 63-643 Dad's Club Rep. 63-643 Latin Club
61-623 Bronco Whirl Program Committee 61-633 Publicity
Committee 63-64. AMBITION: Attend Southwestern Uni-
versity and study medicine.
WATHEN, CAROLYN ELIZABETH: Scottish Brigade 61-
645 Reserves Corps 61-62: Bagpipes Corps 62-632 Lieu-
tenant Colonel of Reserves 63-643 Booster Club 61-643
C.S.U. 61-643 Library Club 61-633 Latin Club 63-642 Sci-
ence Club 62-633 Jr. Sub-Debs 62-633 Sr. Sub-Debs 63-643
National Honor Society 63-64. AMBITION: Attend Univer-
sity of Texas and study a science.
WATKINS, DONALD EUGENE: Booster Club 61-633 Stu-
dent Council 613 C.S.U. 63. AMBITION: Attend college.
WEAVER, PATRICK- EDWARD: F.F.A. 61-633 P.E. Intra-
murals 62-63. AMBITION : Military career.
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WELLS, KATHRYN ANN: City Archery Team 62-633 Cap-
tain 632 Captain of Archery Meet 62-631 Archery Intra-
murals 62-633 Badminton Intramurals 621 Tennis Intra-
murals 633 Booster Club 62-64. AMBITION: Attend Uni-
versity of Houston and major in Elementary Education.
WESTPHAL, WAUNE WESLEY: Varsity Football 635 Jr.
Varsity Football 61-623 Co-Captain 623 Varsity Basketball
62-633 Varsity Basketball 61-623 Varsity Baseball 63-643
Jr. Varsity Baseball 623 Booster Club 61-643 Orchestra 61-
64. AMBITION: Study Engineering at University of Hous-
WHITE, JANET SUE: Scottish Brigade 61-643 Reserves
61-623 Drum Corps 62-633 Captain of Drums 63-643 National
Honor Society 63-643 C.S.U. 61-643 Pianist 63-643 Booster
Club 61-643 Jr. Sub-Debs 62-633 Sr. Sub-Debs 63-643 Social
Chairman 63-643 Junior Beauty Finalistg Senior Beauty
Finalist: F.T.A. 63-643 Secretary 63-643 Round-Up Rep.
61-623 Dad's Club Rep. 61-633 P.T.A. Rep. 61-643 Alter.
Student Council 61-643 Bronco Whirl Invitations Committee
63. AMBITION: Attend University of Texas.
WIGCINS, DAVID THOMAS: Varsity Football 61-641 Half-
back 3 Letters3 Booster Club 61-643 American Legion Club
61-643 Treasurer 63-643 National Honor Society 63-643
Track 623 1 Letter3 Contest Play fDramaJ 633 CSU 61-
643 Senior Class President Mid-Term 64-3 Student Council
Altemate Rep.3 Senior Play of 64. AMBITION: Attend
college and then Dental College for Doctor of Dental
WILCOX, RONALD WAID: C.S.U. 61-643 Song Leader 63-
643 Booster Club 61-643 Bouncer 63-643 Chorale 62-643
Football, J.V. 61-623 Varsity 62-643 All City Choir 62-633
Fall Senior Class Officer, Sergeant-At-Arms 63-643 Pig-
skin Award 63-64.
WILLIAMSON, DOYLENE: Scottish Brigade 61-643 Re-
serves 6l-623 Regular of Company C 62-633 Right Color
Guard Texas Flag 63-64-3 Jr. Sub-Deb 62-633 Sr. Sub-Debs
63-643 Round-Up Representative 61-633 Student Council
Rep. Alternate 62-633 Booster Club 61-643 C.S.U. 61-643
Invitation Committee for Bronco Whirl 62-633 Publicity
Committee for Bronco Whirl 63-643 Senior Council 63-643
P.T.A. Rep. 61-64. AMBITION: Attend college.
WILLS, NINA MAI: Scottish Brigade 61-643 Reserves 613
Regular Reserve, Drums 61-623 Regular Drums 62-63:
Sergeant Bass Drums 63-643 Corral Staff Faculty Editor 61-
623 C.S.U. 61-643 Booster Club 61-643 F.H.A. 62-633 Art
Club 63-643 Jr. Sub-Debs 62-633 Sr. Sub-Debs 63-643 Corral
Rep. 61-63. AMBITION: To become a doctor of medicine.
WILSON, MICHAEL: Booster Club 61-633 Art Club 63-
64. AMBITION : Navy Career.
WINTERS, PEGGY YVONNE: Booster Club3 Business
Clubg Volleyball. AMBITION: Seek Cod's Will and then
WISLER, VALERIE: Booster Club 61-643 Latin Club Mem-
ber, Treasurer of Choralettes 62-633 Secretary of Choralettes
63-643 Lieutenant of Flags in the Scottish Brigade 63-64.
AMBITION: Airline receptionist.
WOHLSCHEILD, JAMES LEON: Booster Club 61-643 Art
Club 633 Vocational Auto Mechanics 62-64. AMBITION:
WOLF, BRYAN JAY: American Legion Club 623 National
Forensic League 62-643 President 633 Recording Secretary
643 Science Club 62-643 Houston Council of Science 62-643
Vice-President 62, President 62-643 National Honor Society
63-643 Booster Club 63-64-Q Dad's Club Rep. 633 National
Science Foundation Summer Science Training Program,
Summer 63 at University of Texasg American History Woods-
men of the World Award 633 Extemporaneous Speaking: lst
place Alice Speech Tournament3 3rd place Westbury Speech
Tolunamentg Persuasive Speaking3 lst place University
Interscholastic League Districtg Original Oration: lst place
San Jacinto Speech Toumament, lst place Bellaire Speech
Tournamentg Debate: lst place Pasadena Sp h' Touma-
ment. AMBITION: Research biologist or biocheiriegt.
Off to meet the "Rays" in Corpus Christi.
WOMACK, LARRY RICHARD: Track Intramurals 61-643
Football Intramurals 643 Math Worksl1op3 Booster Club
61-63. AMBITION: University of Houston, later business.
WOODS, GEORGE REGIS: Booster Club 63-64.
WOODS, MARILYN DIANE: Scottish Brigade 61-643 Re-
serves 6l-623 Regulars of Company A 62-643 Booster Club
61-643 Sr. Sub-Debs 63-643 Commercial Club 63-643 Green
Masque Players 62-63. AMBITION: Airline Hostess.
WOODWARD, BARBARA CAROLYNNE: Art Club 61-623
Badminton Intramurals 60-613 Y-Teens 63-643 C.S.U. 62-63.
AMBITION: Airline Hostess.
WUENSCH, RICHARD DARRELL: Booster Club 61-645
C.S.U. 643 Football, .LVL Letterg Two Varsity letters 63-643
ISS. Baseball 61. AMBITION: Attend college and become
YARGER, MARCO ELIZABETH: Scottish Brigade 61-643
Reserves 61-623 Bagpipe Corps 62-633 Corporal Bagpipe 63-
64-3 C.S.U. 61-643 Booster Club 62-643 Green Masque Players
62-63: Jr. Sub-Debs 62-633 Future Teachers Club 63-64.
AMBITION: School teacher.
YOKLEY, GENE ERLENE: Marching Band 61-633 Latin
Clubg Concert Band 61-633 C.S.U.: Green Masque Players:
One Act Play Contest. AMBITION: To become a good
SOLORIO, MAGDA SALSA: City Volleyball Team 62-633
.Ir. Sub-Debs 62-633 Basketball Intramurals 62-643 C.S.U.
62-64-3 Volleyball Intramurals 62-643 Baseball Intramurals
62-633 Booster Club 62-64-3 Sr. Sub-Debs 63-643 Badminton
62-633 Second place, Basketball Intramurals 62-64. AMBI-
TION: Airline Stewardess.
TREVINO, ROLAND: Latin Club 60-643 Booster Club 63-
643 Legionnaires .61-643 Legionnaire Commander 63-64.
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CHAPMAN, ADAIR: Junior Sub-Dehsg Secretary, Modern
Dance Clubg Booster Club: Senior Sub-Debsg Secretary,
Commercial Club. AMBITION: Secretary.
COLLINSWORTH, MARIAN LYNN: Booster Club 61-645
C.S.U. 61-623 Green Masque 62-63g Rolling Ponies 63-64:
Red Cross Representative 63-649 Junior Sub-Debs 63-64.
AMBITION: Attend Durham Business College and become
a Private Secretary.
CALETKA, SHERIDAN IRENE: Junior Sub-Debs 633
C.S.U. 62-63g Booster Club 62-643 Swimming Team 63.
AMBITION: Business School career.
WHITSETT, JOEEL: Booster Clubg D.E. Club. AMBI-
TION: Business career.
WOODARD, BONNIE CONSTANCE: Booster Club. AM-
BITION: Airline Hostess.
if ADDITIONAL '64 SENIORS 'F if 'F
MARGARET JANE REED
CAMMY JO WHITE
AUSTIN'S QF 1964.
RONDENA BECKHAM EILEEN O'TO0LE
SEPTEMBER 4 and OPENING DAY . . . we love that parade . . . the triumphant blast of
bugles, cheers, flag-raising, dances and drums. CHEERLEADERS and all STEVIE'S BOOSTERS
join in opening the door on a great and new school year.
FRIDAY, the THIRTEENTH, a day of ill omen? Not so. SENIOR RINGS arrived, branding
the 1964 graduates the LUCKIEST ever! fAnd the Mustang was cautiously headed inward.l
THE KEY CLUB made headlines with its Annual Leadership Banquet. One hundred and fifty
attended, representatives of all organizations on campus. Their fund-raising CAR WASH made
a splash of success shortly thereafter.
CHARLIE CHEATHAM elected CHIEF BOOSTER after a deflated crowd tried to promote
the first BRIGADIER to a BOOSTER CLUB office . . . After the dust had settled, BRONCO
WHIRL plans went into full swing with the annual dance held at Sylvan Beach.
PONY FOOTBALL TEAM COPS TRI-ZONE CHAMPIONSHIP! And the ROUND-UP pre-
sented the PIGSKIN PRESS AWARDS to RONALD WILCOX and HOLLIS DEALY. JACK
HERRINGTON was named "Greater Houston Area Linemanf'
HONORS BLAZED all around us - for the scholars, brave and true, a most happy time:
MARSHA MATHIS and BOB SHAW shared honors as Austin's DAR. GOOD CITIZENS of 1964.
ANDRE MEYER and RICHARD GRAY were the NATIONAL MERIT SCHOLARSHIP
FINALISTS. And speaking of high scores: RICHARD GRAY was the 1964 high-scoring RIFLE-
MAN of the city! Tough . . .
MR. HEINZE'S HOMEROOM won the P.T.A. membership award . . . 11871 membership!
The OTTISH ' ' ' . . b ' ils drums
lots o ictur ALAN ARABIAN, alumnus of Austin and photographer, kept the pictures
coming I1 t own through the months of '64 . . . including his excellent photos of the Mustangs
State Title Game, on pages 321 to 328 of this yearbook . . .
The PEP RALLIES of '63 - EXCEPTIONAL - especially the courtroom scene. How about
those balloons, Charlie? Pop, pop!
AUTUMN DAYS drifted slowly and fell with a tone of tragedy in our country . . . the death
of President Kennedy, November 22, 1963.
HOMECOMING DAY brought back many of the alumni and a long-sought VICTORY over
JONES. MISS DINAH MULLEN reigned as HOMECOMING QUEEN and REBECCA LOESCH
the runner-up PRINCESS.
Athletic groups came out of a blizzard of ballots to announce their favorites: TRACK SWEET-
HEART, TOMMIE JEAN LACY and BASKETBALL SWEETHEART, SUSAN SCHOONOVER.
Not to be outdone, the FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA forgot their early morning chores
for a day and elected MARY ANN HARVEY, their Sweetheart for '64,
DADS CLUB was entertained by the BRIGADE performance in November and in December
the R.O.T.C. and the publications, ROUND-UP and CORRAL, put on their annual exhibit.
The F.F.A. presented their Ag Boys Band directed by Tommy Zunker. It features guitars,
drums and a lead guitar. Members are: Charles Jolly, Bob Savage, Alfred Farreck and .Iohn Petty.
AUSTIN is named to receive VALLEY FORGE FREEDOMS FOUNDATION AWARD for
1964 . . . A
November 22, 1963 JOHN FITZGERALD KENNEDY
That day began as any other with hurrying feet, the rustle of papers, soft laughter,
the rattle of lockers and school bells. When it happened a pall of silence fell that
had never been known before. It seemed that there would be no sounds ever again -
we prayed or we sat mute - classes stopped - we told it with tears but we did not
believe it - and the color guard lowered the flag.
A hero had fallen. He was our president. We had only guessed his greatness,
the love he held for all his countrymen, his courage, his great fight against evil,
suffering and inequality. When he had come here to make our city Space City,
U.S.A., we thrilled to his honest friendliness, his vision of the future, his enchanting
optimism. He was young - young, brave and ivise in the 20th century - and hope-
ful. He believed in us, young Americans. His spirit lives. His voice still tells us the
way. "Ask not what your country can do for you, ask rather what you can do for
This is the precious heritage of John Fitzgerald Kennedy.
SPEECH STUDENTS reap loads of trophies in the many speech tournaments . . .
RICHARD VAN NATTER AND BRYAN WOLF make a habit of bringing home "firsts" . . .
BRYAN WOLF bids fair to be the SCIENTIST of the Seventies . . . he has been given
facilities in the Baylor Medical College laboratories in which to do his bacteriological research.
HOUSTON COUNCIL of SCIENCE CLUBS elected Bryan their president.
MUSTANG BAND has been giving superb performances . . . shared first place honors in
marching parade for the second consecutive year on Veterans Day, Nov. 11. ALL DISTRICT
BAND honors went to DAVID WOMACK, CHARLES DAY, ELINOR CLEVELAND, MIKE
PERRICONE, HOWARD HORTON, TOM GOKA AND PAUL PIERCE.
CHRISTMAS SEASON sparkled through a few hurried days - the CHORALE gave a beautiful
program . . . the BOOSTERS HAD THEIR POSTOFFICE with ,lack Herrington and Suzanne
Korn doing the Santa Claus honors. Mr. Novak's singing choristers entertained the Rotarians,
sang at the Sheraton-Lincoln and for the P.T.A. Soloists were: JANICE GARCIA, MIKE
SMITH, DOUG NEWTON, CAROLE COWGILL AND DON McCROREY.
BRIGADE BALL at the Golfcrest Country Club was a gala affair indeed . . .
January GRADUATES elected officers and a motto: "We have crossed the river but the ocean
lies before us."
CHARLIE MEYERS, FRANK FITZGERALD AND SAMMY LEVASSAR gave unforgettable
performances in the senior play, HTHIEVES CARNIVAL."
.lohnny W. Whitt was a NATIONAL WINNER in the QUILL and SCROLL Current Events
Quiz for 1963.
JIMMY BONAR received a scroll of recognition from the NATIONAL COUNCIL of TEACHERS
of ENGLISH . . . one of ten students in Harris County to receive this award.
Basketball continued to capture the hearts of Mustangs as our super-charged team pounded the
hardwood for victory after victory to the STATE CHAMPIONSHIP in AUSTIN on March 7.
ALAN RADABAUGH, CHARLES MEYERS and DAVID WIGGINS received full scholarships
to Southwest Conference Schools.
MARSHA MATHIS was chosen as OUTSTANDING TEENAGER in Austin High . . .
KENNETH MESCHKE received a 351000 scholarship from San .lacinto Chapter, Texas Society of
GIRLS SPORTS BANQUET was held at Weldon's Cafeteria with the annual awarding of
letters and citations for excellence in the various athletic fields.
.IANICE GARCIA was presented in concert April 3 by the Phi Beta Fraternity of A
S.A.T. scores continue to amaze everyone, and we do mean EVERYO .UWVL
LETTERS of Commendation for their outstanding performance on the National Merit Scholarship
Qualifying Test have been given to Dianna Beene, Nancy Grant, Valerie Lowery, Joe Nelson,
Anna Lee Parks and Alan Quaintance.
NOMA SPELLING CONTEST PRESENTED 27 certificates to Austin students.
"GO TO SCHOOL NIGHT" was a big success although running a daily schedule for a son
or daughter left a few parents pleasantly breathless!
EASTER brought a special service on the campus for 200 C.S.U. members . . .
KEY CLUB ELECTED FRANK INCRAPERA president and the June graduates had a most
beautiful, beautiful graduation. "Let us ponder life's joumey, for we walk this way but once."
National Merit Scholarships
RICHARD GRAY ANDRE MEYER
Representing Austin High School in the national scholastic competition for
scholarships and recognition this year were our outstanding students, Richard
Gray and Andre Meyer. They successfully passed two rigorous competitive examina-
tions to prove their scholarship. A further victory will assure their entrance into
almost any college of their choice.
Your CORRAL staff joins the chorus of Austin in sincere congratulations to you
and best wishes in your future competitions.
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Mr. Robert Y. Eekels, Vice-president of the Board of
Education, H.I.S.D,, presented to the one hundred guests
assembled the ideals and goals of club members.
The Key Club of Austin High School is a member of Key Club International.
The ideals of the club are to serve unselfishly, assisting the faculty and fellow stu-
dents through constructive activities and prepare for responsible leadership in the
Representatives of all the Austin Clubs attend its Leadership nquet held each
Banquet at the Kopper Kettle
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Mrs. W. A. Brooks, with Mrs. M. R. Blackmon.
The Austin P.T.A. has a lively and devoted
membership. Besides a serious study program and
a series of lectures with specialists in the field of
secondary education as speakers, these parents pro-
mote the work of the clinic at the school, assist
with eye examination, mobile X-ray unit and other
health measures. They provide scholarships for
deserving students, promote a reception for teach-
ers and a "Come to School" night during Public
Schools Week. On March 4 of this year, Mrs.
Milton M. Brown graciously served as co-hospitality
hostess at this latter activity.
A Founders' Day Program was held on Febru-
ary 25. Past presidents were presented and Mrs.
J. L. Killen spoke on "Whence and Whither?"
P.T.A. OFFICERS, DIRECTORS and COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN. Shown in front row, below: Mrs. H. C. Griffin, Budget
and Financeg Mrs. R. W. Slaikeu, Historiang Mrs. O. H. Moore, Educationg Mrs. B. S. Luckett, Telephoneg Mrs. F. M.
Black, Corresponding Secretaryg Mrs. F. W. Winniford, Public Welfareg and Mrs. Jack Cleveland, Publicity.
Shown standing, above: Mrs. Jack Brennan, Recording Secretaryg Mrs. K. B. Dobkins, Room Representativeg Mrs. K. D.
Campbell, Organization: Mrs. Frank Heussner, Hospitalityg Mrs. W. C. Peterson, Parliamentariang Mrs. H. A. McBride,
Treasurerg Mrs. .lack Attrag Mrs. L. S. Billingsley, Presidentg Dr. James H. Goettee, Principalg and Mrs. Warran K. Jenney,
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Sherlyn Shepherd, Vice-presidentg Janet White, Secretary.
Second Row: Glenna Mills Treasurerg Ronald Dominy and
Mary Underwoo .
Mrs. Alice Heaton, Sponsor
Each year the Austin Chapter of the Future
Teachers of America grows larger. Talent and
knowledge are tested as the members study the at-
tractive field of teaching, read professional maga-
zines, hear lectures by outstanding speakers and visit
elementary schools where they can actually test their
leadership and their skill.
Through the interesting activities of Future Teach-
ers members can become well informed of the re-
quirements for teaching, teachers' colleges their
location and how they can best prepare for the time-
Sponsor and members of Future Teachers of America
STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS: Hollis Dealy, Rodger Kloppe,
Becky Ballow, Patsy Polk and Sandra Schumate, shown above.
PONY LINE STAFF
Sponsored by Mr. G. L. Johnston, the Student Council allows students
to participate in school government through its homeroom representa-
tives. Its goal is to develop good citizenship, recognize merit and in
general to promote the cooperation' of faculty and pupil. Production of
the PONY LINE, a student directory, is one of their many projects
and this year's staff is as follows: Mark Enderli, Sr. Rep.g Becky Ballow,
Jr. Rep.5 Bobby Davis, Soph. Rep.g Nancy Grant, Editor, and Susan
Schoonover, Sales Manager.
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Mrs. Mary Brown, Sponsor
QUILL and SCROLL OFFICERS, Seated: Brian Parrishg Marianne Hoolsema, Presi-
dentg Rondena Beckham, Vice-presidentg Don McCrorey. Standing: Ray Swain, Secre-
tary-Treasurerg Jimmy Bonarg Ralph Swain, Reporter.
A member of Quill and Scroll must rank scholastically in the upper third of his
class and have his published work approved by the society's directors at Northwestern
ILL and SCROLL MEMBERS, Seated: Marilyn Menefee, Kathy Ewart, Pat Buzan, Connie Hill, Barbara Parker and Sharon Williams
nding: Duke Cossage, Betty Handy, Beth Homburg, Sue Cheatham, Martha Harrison, Drexel Turner, Bill Arnold and Mike Thompson
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MISS BETTY BLAKELY, Sponsor
With the Whistle of Colonel Marsha Mathis, Austin's Scottish Brigade of 1963-
64 entered the field for the first time, August 9, 1963, before a massive crowd
gathered at Rice Stadium for the North-South All-Star High School Game. The
Bagpipe Corps and the "Top Six" officers successfully represented our Brigade
on November 10 at a gathering of the Texas Scottish Clansman celebration
in Austin, Texas. Performances such as these have made the 1964 corps an asset
to the twenty-six years of Brigade tradition.-
Organized in 1937 by Miss Beatrice Lytle, the Scottish Brigade has represented
our school at athletic events, on patriotic occasions, and during civic and
charitable projects. Leadership, good conduct, scholarship, sportsmanship and
fellowship are characteristic of its members.
Units of this organization are a Flag Corps, Bagpipe Corps, Drum and Bugle
Corps, and a Drill Corps consisting of Companies A, B, and C. It is supplemented
by the Reserves, an auxiliary unit training for regular positions in corps units.
Miss Betty Blakely directs Brigade activities as its dedicated sponsor. Mr.
Devon Floyd directs its instrumental groups.
A Reserve's hopes and dreams are fulfilled on Installation Day,
with a squeal and a sigh. After working and waiting all year long, the
magic moment has arrived! She has achieved the status of "regular',
and through tears and well-wishes she accepts her achievement.
Heading this year's Reserves are Lt. Colonel Carolyn Wathan and
Captain Suzanne Korn.
Captain of Reserves
Lt. Colonel of Reserves
The keeping of books, accounts and managing finances of the
Brigade are the responsibilities of the Records officers, as well as
supplying uniform equipment to every Brigadier. This year, Lt.
Colonel Nancy Grant and Captain Una Mae Lange served as Records
Lange served as Records officers.
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Lt. Colonel of Records
UNA MAE LANGE
Captain of Records
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FLAG CORPS left to right' Doylene Williamson Right Color Guard Texas Flagg Connie Cruce, Sergeant Texas
Flag: Rondend Beckham, 'Pop Sergeant: Janis l3rown, Right Color Guard United States Flagg Marilyn Menefee,
Staff Sergeant United States Flagg Suzy Hill, Left Color Guard United States Flagg Valerie Wisler, Lieutenantg Cathy
Canfield, Right Color Guard Brigade Flagg Martha Harrison, Sergeant, Brigade Flagg k, Lef d
BAGPIPE CORPS, left to right, First Row: Sandy Powell, Lieutenantg Vickie Bassler, Top Sergeantg Sally Ann Strat
man Sergeant' Margo Yarffer Corporal- CaroLGirala, Corporalg Vicky Strickland, Corporalg Susan Parsons, Lieu
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tenant of Bagpipe DrumsgcSde Cheatl1a,m, Top Sergeant. Second Row: June Rushmgg Laune Mavenekg Eileen .lonesg
Cindv Hillg Kathy Whiteg Eva Pardueg Glenna Mills. Thzrd Row: Patsy Murphyg Margaret Tinsley, Pat Snyder,
Pat Robertsongajulia Vanceg Linda Jacksong Mary Sue Yearyg Cherene Hallows.
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Ably leading the Flag and Bagpipe Corps, Adjutant
Major Anita Rainey personifies the true Brigadier. The
Flag Corps representing honor and the Bagpipe Corps
providing traditional Scottish music are combined under
her direction and perform with precision and pride. Cap-
tains Mary Underwood and Georgianne Tracy share honors
as Corps leaders.
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MARY UNDERWOOD GEORGIANNE TRACY
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Tempo plays its important role in Brigade performances
as drum rolls and bugle calls lend their exciting sounds
to activities. Drum and Bugle Major Susan Schoonover
and Captains Janet White and Sherlyn Shepherd know how
to keep all eyes on Austin as they lead their members in
the big parades.
JANET WHITE SHERLYN SHEPHERD
Captain of Drums Captain of Bugles
Here we have the heart and spirit of the Scottish Brigade
-the lassies themselves--of Company A and its Captain,
Nancy Gose, of Company B and its Captain, Lorene Longo,
of Company C and its Captain, Sonya Meade, all striving
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finest to date. And they are succeeding, under the proud and
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MEMBERS OF COMPANY A, pictured below, as follows:
Front Row: Beverly Warren, Lieutenantg Karen Cudd, Top Sergeantg Darrow
Hurt, Sergeantg .lohnna McCraw, Corporal-' K ' ' Pam Vercher,
Corporalg Dale Leonard, Corporalg Patsy Polk, Corporal.
Second Row: Lynia Finkg Judy Rhineg Camille Guerrag Renee Willifordg
Karen Warreng Linda Cargillg Cindy Panzram.
Third Row: Carlene Johnstong Sandra Shumateg Marilyn Woodsg Mary Anne
Tucker: Helen Alleng Donna Hughes.
Captain of Company A
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MEMBERS OF COMPANY B, pictured below, as follows:
Front Row: Priscilla Blackmon, Lieutenantg Eileen O'Toole, Top Sergeant,
Janice Sully, Sergeant, Connie Lenzcewski, Corporalg Paula Nobles, Corporalg
Gayle Cochran, Corporal. '
Second Row: Pat Ballard: 3 Janine ViY1eYafd1 Pam Wils'-mi
Igniig R055 Tommie Jean Lacyg Judy Johnson, Cindy Bloomfield.
Thirdwbw: Sharon Moore, Becky Ballowg Sue Ann B in ton- Linda Graceyg
Debbie Morrisg Teenie Colleyg Sandra Simmons, Cliarlotte Holley, Sandra
Captain of Company B
MEMBERS OF COMPANY C, pictured above, as follows:
Front Row: Carole Cowgill, Lieutenantg Dinah Mullen, Top Sergeantg Candy
Johnston, Sergeantg Rena McCauhey, Corporalg Gayle Ardrey, Corporal: Jerri
McKay, Corporalg Pattie Fuller, Corporal.
Second Row: Susan Landerg Jan Mohang Lynn Simonsg Mary Cokeg Suzanne
Stoemerg Tina Svendsong Dana Lewisg Frances Gilbert.
Third Row: Sharon Stewartg Cynthia Monkg Suzanne .lohnsong Janice Kloppeg
Judy Campbellg Sara Garciag Deatra Coxg Delfina Gomez.
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National Forensic League
Sponsor and members produce winning oratory
The Austin Chapter of the National Forensic League, sponsored by Mr. William
Grasty, actively participates in all speech tournaments, school programs and com-
petitions in and out of the city. Its members, Austin Speech and Debate students,
met with twenty-two other Houston Schools on November 22 at the Reagan Speech
Tournament. Lynn Hernandez placed third with the boys' humorous interpretation.
In the San Jacinto Tournament, first place went to Richard Van Natter for dramatic
interpretation and first place to Bryan Wolf for his oratory. Four first place
trophies were won by Sammy Kee in original oration and Mary Coke in humorous
interpretation and prose reading in the Alice, Texas, Tournament. And Bryan Wolf
won another first place in original oratory - this time in the Jones Tournament.
Divisional competition placed Tom Hargus in the semi-finals in Poetry and Jim
Bridges and Tom Hargus in Debate.
BRYAN WOLF SAMMY KEE
Set sales with smiles . . .
Patsy Huckaba counts on you to read the poster an
buy a few hundred copies, for kicks . . .
Sally Ann Stratman Brian Parrish
and Vicki Bassler and CORRAL fans
Mr. Hugh Ruthven, Mrs. Ellen Lancer,
Financial Adviser. CORRAL Sponsor.
Richard Parrish and Paul Paske write up sales
Sales were great at our outdoor stand du
ing lunch hours, thanks to you and our devote!
crew of salesmen . . . Brian Parrish assiste
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Standing: Gwen Grebe, Rondena Beckham, Sandy Powell, Mary Underwood and Janet White.
Cultivating the cultural and social graces at Austin High School is the goal of the
Senior Sub-Dells, sponsored by Mrs. Jewel Drake. A Valentine Sweetheart Ball is
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eatham, Frank Fitzgerald, Drew Lewis, Ronald Wilcox and Trey Committeg
B It isn't that the Boosters are so many - over one
OO thousand of them - but they DO so much! Promoting
school spirit, cheering at all games, making posters
and ribbons, putting on pep rallies, holding postoffices
and beautifying the campus - it all goes on and on,
Miss .lacquelyn McDonald, Sponsor for good old Austin High!
Martha Harrison, Patti Phillips, Richard
Wuensch, and Eileen O'Toole.
Sherlyn Shepherd, Charles Cheatham,
I on Goldenbaum, .lack Herrington, Mike
Davis, Bob Shaw, Dinah Mullens.
Valentine Post Office for Green and White fan mail
Janice Garcia, Carole Cowgill and Bill Cade
Carolyn Allen, William Johnson and Sue Bjorck
Janice Garcia, Carole Cowgill, Carolyn Allen, Cindy Panzram, Ricky
Trevathan, and Bill Cade
February 22, 1964-, in Freeport found Austin's Choralettes,
Chorale solo and ensemble winning highest honors, a CLASS
I DIVISION I RATING I, and a total of 32 Gold Medals!
Directed by Mr. Jack Novak, these talented students are
listed as follows: SOLO LIST: Carolyn Allen, Denise Cook,
Janice Garcia, Camille Guerra, Cherene Hallows, William
Johnson, Carolyn Keller, Cindy Panzram, Ralph Thompson,
Ricky Trevathan. ENSEMBLE LIST: TRIO-Stanley Rat-
liff, Ricky Trevathan, Ronald Wilcox. QUARTET: Elaine
Abernathy, Kathy Clarke, Janice Garcia, Cindy Panzram.
MADRIGAL: Carolyn Allen, Pam Anthony, Jack Ashen-
felder, Frank Clark, Kathy Clarke, Denise Cook, Mike Frye,
William Johnson, Dena Lister, Doug Newton, Jobeth Rat-
liff, Pat Robinson, Mike Smith, Doris Spradley, Larry
SHOWN ON THE RIGHT:
Anita Rainey, Presidentg Sarah Ward, Charmel Bolster and
Valerie Wisler, Cenenne 0'Brien, Shirley Kristoff and
SHOWN ON THE LEFT
Mr. ,lack Novak
CHORALETTES, Front Row: Charmel Bolster, Cherene Hallows, Carolyn Mathis, Donna Hassell. Second Row: Genenne O'Brien, Sa
Ann Ward, Margo Yarger, Anita Rainey, Nancy Faulk, Janet Van Zandt, Helen Simmons. Third Row: Nelda Appling, Donna Co
Donna Gregg, Carolyn Keith, Karen Roberts, Elizabeth Ann Holt, Slirley Kristoif, Lois Payne. Fourth Row: Donna Scoggins, Cynt
Cassil, Shirley Fullen, Valerie Wisler, Jo Ann Gilbreth, Mr. Jack Novak, Trena Duff, Marion Lindsey, Gayle Dobbs, Shirley Roberts
Who areithis white-robed band who sing like angels - who can raise our hearts
with joy and reverence in the music of Palestrina and Handel at Christmas and
Eastertide? Here they are sitting in the little green shifts they sewed with their own
hands, chewing gum, spraying their hair, writing notes - there is no definition of a
Choralette but we know here is a group dedicated to the beauty of music. They rise
like the lark to rehearse before school opens, they attend to the music library, keep
records, raise funds for expenses, and then in the evenings they sing like nightingales
for the entertainment of all who listen.
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Erin Abercrombie, Nancy Crawford, Linda Cruce, Mike Perricone, Joseph Trombatore and Paul Pierce. Third Row: Johnny Whitey
Donna Davis, Mary Carroll, Mary Ridder, David Womack, Charles Lewis, Russell Cole and Brian Jefferies. Standing: Nancy Stewart,
Sara Ann Ward, Linda Harper, David Dalton, Mr. Floyd, Director, and Wayne Westphal. '
The Austin Orchestra is not only a highly trained and talented group under the
direction of Mr. Devon Floyd, but it is an organization which brings joy and
enhances every school program to the recessional on Commencement Day. Its
repertory includes the classics, the contemporary and popular compositions.
The highest point of the year was the All-State group which traveled to Chicago
to participate in a National Youth Symphony Orchestra.
Janet Remine, Talented Austin
Senior, Plays lst Violin With All-
State Orchestra Again in 1964!
OFFICERS OF THE ORCHESTRA:
REPRESENTING ORCHESTRAL GROUPS: Barbara Goff, Wayne Marks, Pat
Raeke and Foster Jarvis.
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Austin High proudly counted its new-
ly enrolled sophomores at mid-term and
found among them prized American
Legion Award winners and runners-up.
Thirteen new members, to be exact, and
here they are: Donald Quaintance, Mari-
lyn Coffey, Mike Heisley and Fran
Beene from Jackson Junior High School.
Edison sent us Jerry lVlcGauhey and Isa-
bel Sanchez. Mike Simpson, Kinney
Chin, Cindy Emerson, Katherine Lee,
Alden Smith, Eline Weber and Dickey
Vacek, former students of Mcfieynolds
Junior High School.
Sponsor, Mr. E. J. Griswold, shown with student members Mike Hagg, Geox-gianne
Tracy, Priscilla Blackmon and Frank Incrapera.
All members of the American Legion Award Club have demonstrated outstanding
qualities of leadership, scholarship, courage and personality.
A new Sponsor . . . a new Club . . . and new Members!
Miss Sondra Grizzell
Dedicated to the ideals of
the Young Womens' Chris-
tian Association, service
and world fellowship.
Re-activated this school year, the Austin Y-Teens were preparing
to participate in the many-sided social, recreational and study
projects presented by the association for the benefit of young people.
P.T.A. Homeroom Representatives
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First Row: Linda Fountain, Robert Black, Sandra Jamail, Jackie Attra, Linda Jackson, Lynn Hernandez. Second Row: Nancy Do
kins, Carol Thompson, Darlene Williamson, Connie Hill, Janis Brown, Janice Sully, Camille Guerra, Liz Myers, Beth Beardsley.
OFFICERS, shown on left:
Nora Thomas, Secretary
Jeanette McCrary, V.P.
Sandra Honeycutt, Treasurer
Raymond Johnson, President
Sharon Bradley, Reporter
One act play starring D.E. members
Sharon Bradley, Carol Hoodenpyle,
Carol Hudspeth and .loeel Whitsitt in
"School Store." Scene shown on left.
Mr. T. M. Waldmann sponsors these
active D.E. members, preparing and
guiding them in merchandising methods
and procedures. Part of the program is
on-the-job training under his supervision.
Distributive Education Club Members, above.
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C.S.U. OFFICERS AND SPONSORS: Mr. Mason, Sponsorg Ronald Wilcox, Song Leaderg Alan Quaintance
Presidentg Stanley Ratliff, Vice-president and Mr. Harper, Sponsor. Second Row: Marsha Mathis, Anita
Rainey, Susan Schoonover, Janet White and Dinah Mullen.
Dedicated to the
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llfe, the Christian Student Union meets each
join in chorus, to pray in harmony and to listen
and Mr. Mason co-sponsor
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acquire knowledge of today's business ad- I
ministration methods and systems through i
classroom projects and practices. They gen- Y
erously lend their secretarial abilities to as- I
sisting our teachers and their organizations,
in many school activities.
CLUB OFFICERS: Priscilla Blackmon, Presidentg Adair Chap:
Vivian Smith, Darlene Parsley and Lois Payne.
Commercial Club Members
It isn't an ivory tower - nor is it a launching tower
for space - it's the Latin Club meeting on the upper level
Miss Evelyn McGinty,
of Austin's big building and providing good fellowship
for earnest students of Latin. All English classes and sci-
ence classes benefit from their study but most of all, the
students who are wise enough to put Latin on their pro-
Neatly packaged between two columns are: First Row: Nancy Presgrove, Myra Slaikeu, Carol Girala, Charlene
Coleman, Linda Price, .lan Howard and Linda Befeld.
Second Row: Jimmy Shilling, Mark Enderli, Phillip Dyer, Michael Keuht, Barney Stringer, George Behrens, Ronald
Dominy, Mike Stevens, Steve Lyons, Mike Stringer.
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created . . . Wayne Boman received a gold pin
a record of their group
Co-Sponsor, Mrs. Gladys Tuley
Miss Margaret Ann Dutton
Members enjoy variety in their art ef-
forts from handcraft to portraits. Tluy
make posters for all athletic events - and
give time and talent cheerfully. Artists at
Austin are popular and busy students.
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we're proud of!
llena Reese and Linda Moseley share roles of nurse and patient
in home nurslng practice given at school
Mrs. Patton demonstrates the use of a thermometer to
show patient's temperature changes . . .
In bright new headquarters, the Medica1.Careers Club
has been one of the most active groups on campus.
The ideal of the club is to assist students in making
a decision on a medical career. Its members visit hos-
pitals, nursing schools, hear lectures by medical spe-
cialists, assist each year with the chest X-ray survey,
the vision tests, and doctors' examinations. The Friday
these pictures were made students were going to visit
St. Joseph's Hospital, Sacred Heart Dominican College
and the Veterans' Hospital.
Their sale of Brigade and Austin High stationery at
one dollar a box assists in buying needed equipment for
the school clinic. These attractive offerings with the
school emblem, the brigade or m t ng headings are
shown below in reduced size my
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Mrs. Lucille Smith,
MEMBERS: Carolyn Yount, Sandra Davies, Linda Turner, Joyce Murphee, Mrs. Smith, Carolyn Jordan, Barbara Miller, Phylis Farmer a
Nelda Appling. Also, Diane Cux, Mary Turnini. Mary Helen Montemayor, Mary Anne Thomson, Pat Moore, Kathy Russie, Bonnie Blackshea
KEY Keith. Lind!! Price. NUICY MOMGWS. Genie YOHBY, .Tully Smvker, Shirley Fuller, Cynthia Almendarez, Lupe Aranda, Charmel Bolster a
Some of the most delightful and useful courses at Austin are
offered up on the third floor in the Homemaking Department. They
center around the study of foods, their importance for health and
happiness, planning and preparing meals, nutrition and dietetics.
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MEMBERS: Sandra Hillin, Barbara Pierce, Diane Mitchell, Sue Mitchell, Mrs. Smith, Cheryl Weaver, Sondra. Tarver, Karen Bell, San
Canalito, Pam Anthony, Phillia Key, Opal Walker, Linda lure, Mary Ann Smith, Ann Holcomb, Janet White, Carolyn Williams, Diane McCl
ton, Pat Mitchell, arrown Hurt, Teenie Colley, Carmen Burns, Carolyn Faulk and Kathleen Wynn.
Future Farmers of America
Sponsored by Mr. Ruben Wright q
Active members of Austin's
Pat St. Cricq
Alfred F arrack
Mary Ann Harvey
A busy and devoted group, the Austin Chapter of F.F.A. spend their time
on the theory of agriculture and overall husbandry and practice at the nearby
farm and animal pens. Each year they take part in the annual Houston Fat
Stock Show and Rodeo fFebruary 19, 19641 and exhibit their own variety
of breeds of calves, steers, hogs, lambs, poultry and rabbits at the Spring
Stock Show in Culfgate.
Feeding and caring for stock for the competition at Gulfgate in March
Each boy entering stock has a sponsor at the show who is repaid from profits the boy
makes from sales.
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STEPHEN F. AUSTIN SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
Cadet Lt. Col. James Stewart Jr.
"Let us go forward, nerved to nobler deeds, let
us bid defiance to all the hosts that our enemies
can bring against us."
These are the rigging words of General Sam
Houston, who gave them in March of 1863, in this
great city which bears his name. Though these
words are over 100 years old, they still hold a
very real meaning not only for Texans, but for all
Americans, for they tell us to go forward, to be
prepared. That is the purpose of the R.O.T.C., to
prepare young men for their military service and
to give the Army the young officers it needs, so
that in the event that fateful day comes, we will
be able to go forward . . .
Battalion Commander, lst. Bat.
Houston Brigade, R.O.T.C.
Company Commanders Chu Lee, Milton Rodriguez and. Glenn Allar-
dyce, Staff Officers Brian Parrish, Richard Sexton, Battalion Com-
mander .Iames Stewart, Executive Officer Vincent Moore, and Kenneth
Noble, Mike Keathley, James Christian, Allen Wolf and Tommy
Jenkins are shown in color photograph in ceremony honoring Sam
Houston held in Hermann Park, Houston.
R.O.T.C. Officers and Honor Guard
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"Stevie" and the cheerleaders put on skits predicting victory at
pep rallies. Miss Rita Kimball is their sponsor.
A gallopin' trio . . . Jimmy, Stevie and Duke
Stephen F. Austinis mascot, "Stevie," has a lo-ng and colorful history. In the beginning
years, Stevie really ate oats and lived in a stable.
The space age, progress, has changed it all. Stevie now has two lively dancing
personalities headed by Duke Gossage fpresident of the National Honor Societyi
and Jimmy Davis. The show goes on and Stevie remains the pet and pride of Austin's
'6You're not really a buffalo, ARE YOU?"
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The Mustangs' season opened with a bang, Sept. 14, at Delmar Stadium. Things
did not start out too good, with Waltrip leading at the quarter 7-0, and at the half
13-12. But Coach Cook sure handed out the pep pills at half-time. The Ponies kept
things close in hand the first half, with Ben Holton banging through the line and
scampering 45 yds. for the tally. The second score was also made by Ben on a 3-yd.
burst. The Rams were unaware of Hollis Dealy's ability and punted to him. Results:
Hollis made a dazzling 80-yd. return to put six big points on the scoreboard. Ben
said the night Was not over, and then shifted into high gear and blasted over for the
final TD. Ken Spain used his foot to the finest, punting inside the Ram 5-yd. line 3
times and booting extra points.
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HALFBACK FULLBACK QUARTERBACK
Sept. 20, the hosting Corpus Christi Ray Texans came from behind and held tightly
to a 12-8 lead through the final seconds to defeat the visiting Mustangs. Ray, after
taking a short punt on Austin's 26, tallied first on a 3-yd. dive, but the 2-point con-
version was halted. Austin scored 2 points when.a Ray center went over the punters'
head and out of the end zone for a safety. The alert Mustangs grabbed a Texan
fumble on their 15 and added 6 points seconds later with Ben Holton driving over
from the 4. Ken Spain set Austin up on the 2 with an all-star one-handed catch.
Holton gave his best, but was held inches short from victory.
RICHARD WUENSCH David Wiggins gets a "neck" treatment.
Ken Spain dashes for pay dirt.
Alan Quaintance and Bob Shaw combined passes with Ken Spain at Jeppesen Stadium
to rattle Milby 35-12. Austin's first tally was a brilliant Quaintance to Spain pass,
covering 63 yds. Stanley Ratliff recovered a Buff fumble on the following kickoff and
5 plays later an 8-yd. Shaw to Spain pass chalked up 6 more points. A 29-yd. pass
from Quaintance to Dealy set up the third Mustang score which was a 9-yd. blast by
Ben Holton. Milby then quickly moved 4-2 yds. to scratch 6 points. Moments later,
Milby again moved 40 yds. to make their allotted 12 points. Hollis Dealy and Glen
larnagin put the game on ice with bursts of 6-yds. and 3-yds. for 6 pointers. Ken Spain
added 5 extra points.
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The Mustangs, led by the pounding of Ben Holton and Hollis Dealy, rolled on to
a victory over Sam Houston. Early in the game Charles Billingsley recovered a Tiger
fumble on their 25. A few plays later Alan Quaintance tossed a 20-yd. pass to Ken
Spain for 6 points. Spain's kick was good. Sam Houston followed with a 77-yd. drive
ending with a 16-yd. touchdown jaunt. Herrington blocked the extra point. Richard
Wuensch recovered another Tiger fumble and the Ponies went on to score with
Quaintance throwing 11 yds. to Charlie Meyers. Spain's kick made it 14--6. Holton
opened the fourth quarter scoring on a 3-yd. blast. Stan Ratliff set up the final tally
with a pass interception. Holton capped the 59-yd. drive scampering 14- yds. through
the Tiger line. Spain's kick topped the evening, 27-6.
"Dealy Doll"-Wind him up and watch him go
BOB JOHNSON CHARLES BILLINGSLEY ALAN VILKERS
HALFBACK HALFBACK FULLBACK
At Jeppesen Stadium the state-ranked Yellow Jackets put on a fast finish to nick
the Ponies. Austin scored first in the first quarter on Dealy's 2-yd. plunge. Spain's
kick was good. In the second quarter Galena Park scored on a 52-yd. run. Then Austin
came right back on David Wiggins' 55-yd. scoring dash. Spain's kick made it 14-7.
In the third quarter the Mustangs scored again on a 67-yd. run by Wiggins. Late in
the third quarter Galena Park again narrowed the margin with a 41-yd. 6-point pass
play. The Jackets got the ball again, took to the air for 82 yds. and a touchdown tying
it up. The final Mustang drive was stopped by an intercepted pass on their 26. With
11 sec. remaining the Jackets kicked a field goal clearing the crossbar by inches, but
enough to give them a 24-21 victory over the Austin Mustangs.
Tacklers close in on Hollis Dealy.
RONNIF LOWE David Wiggins gets the big squeeze.
At Jeppesen Stadium, October 17, the Lamar Redskins controlled the hall and the
hall game to upset the Ponies. Lamar used the whole first quarter on a 77-yd. drive
which ended at the Mustang 1-yd. line. As the first quarter was ending the Mustangs
punted from the end zone but Spain's boot was short and the Redskins were in
business again, this time on the Mustang 27-yd. line. Wasting no time Lamar moved
the distance in five plays scoring on a 2-yd. burst. Austin roared back with David
Wiggins dashing over from the seven. Ken Spain's boot was good. Lamar started
another drive on their 13-yd. line with an interception and scored again a few plays
later. The Mustangs were held down the rest of the night and the Redskins won 13-6.
RONALD WILCOX CHRIS KIRTLEY JACK HERRINGTON
GUARD GUARD GUARD
WAYNE WESTPHAL CHARLES ROBINSON
END END HALFBACK
The Austin Mustangs moved past the stubborn Bellaire Cardinals 20-19 for their
first zone victory. The Cards' first score ,came as a result of a short 5-yd. punt. The
Cards had little trouble moving the distance to paydirt and the extra point was good.
The Mustangs got their offense rolling behind Ben Holton going 64 yds. in 13 plays
with Holton scoring from the one. The Ponies then struck for six points on a 53-yd.
pass and run play from Alan Quaintance to Ken Spain and the Ponies led 13-7.
The Cards tied the score blocking Spain's punt, grabbing the pigskin and darting 20
yds. for 6 more. In the fourth quarter Holton scored again capping a 50-yd. drive.
Spain's kick was good. Bellaire closed in again blocking another and scoring from the
two. Frank Fitzgerald saved the Pony victory batting the extra point away.
Charles Billingsley dives into Bellaire Card.
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The Mustangs disposed of San Jacinto to the tune of 28-16 behind the running of
'Ben Holton. The aroused Bears scored first taking advantage of a Mustang fumble.
The Bears passed for the two points and led 8-0. The Mustangs roared back with
Holton scoring from the two. The Mustangs quickly scored again on a 541 yd. drive
with Charles Billingsley sprinting for a 35-yd. touchdown. Jack Herrington pounced
on a Bear fumble at their 20. The Ponies quickly moved the distance with Holton
going over from the one. After the half, San Jac struck quickly, after recovering a
Mustang bobble at the 21. The Bears scored the touchdown and the run for two
points was good. San Jac had a golden opportunity when Hollis Dealy fumbled a
punt at his seven and the Bears recovered but the play was erased by a penalty. The
Bears punted again and once more Dealy fielded the ball. This time he galloped 88
yds. for the final tally:
Holton downed after large gain.
BILLY MORGAN CHARLES MCNEILL JOHN KEATHAN
TACKLE HALFBACK TACKLE
In weather even a duck would shun, the Austin Mustangs splashed to a victory over
the Westbury Rebels. Again it was Ben Holton who led the Mustangs in rushing.
Charlie Meyers set up the first Austin tally when he pounced on a fumbled punt at
the Rebel 35. The Mustangs moved the distance in nine plays with Quaintance circling
right end for the score. The Mustangs scored again with 28 seconds left in the half after
Ronald Wilcox recovered a fumble at their 27. Again it was Quaintance scoring on
a keeper this time from the 14. The Mustangs struck again in the fourth quarter with
David Wiggins moving 35 yds. for the tally. Westbury prevented a shutout scoring
from the one after recovering a fumble on the Mustang two.
Ronald Wilcox rushes hard at .leppeson Pond.
Charles Billingsley lies down to rest.
The Mustangs eased past the Jesse flones Falcons much to the joy of the Austin
grads who were on hand for the Homecoming. The victory left the Ponies with a 4--1
Zone I record and a three way tie for the crown. The Falcons scored first on a 14-yd.
pass play in the second quarter. Jones led 7-0. The Ponies were held scoreless until
the third quarter when Charley Billingsly scored from the one capping a 67-yd. drive.
Alan Quaintance's extra point pass was incomplete. Jones scored again on a 68-yd.
punt return. The Falcons missed the extra point. Then Quaintance and Hollis Dealy
combined for a 48-yd. pass and run play which was good for six points.'This time
Quaintance connected with Spain for the two points and the game.
GENE KLEWIER RONALD HENDERSON HUGH MOORE
TACKLE GUARD TACKLE
Varsity Football Team
iI'RI-ZONE TROPHY WINNERS, Austin's Mustangs of 1963 Varsity Football Team are shown above with Coaches Ted Watson,
Pat Riley and William Cook, Trainers and Managers are George Perez, Johnny Sarabia, Larry Mae, Cecil Sanne, Bas Mark
iilichaels and Tommy Pierce. Players: Jack Herrington, named Lineman of the yearg Ben Holton, team captain, ci ' c mpion
Q68 pts.J selected for All-Greater Houston Teamg Hollis Dealy, team captain and Ken Spain placed on city teams, Ronald Wilcox,
Wayne Westphal, Gene Kliewer, Bill Morgan, Allen Radabaugh, Frank Fitzgerald, Alan Quaintance, David McCormick, Pat Curington,
Wayne Hill, David Wiggins, Butch Robinson, Ronnie Lowe, Curtis Blankenship, Ray Bridges, John Kethan, Charlie Myers, Sid Black-
shear, Richard Wuench, Huey Moore, Charlie Billingsley, Stan Ratliff, Bob Shaw, Roger Kloppe, Bob Johnson, John Richardson, Frank
lncrapera, Ronnie Davies, John Blackman, Ronnie Henderson, Alan Vickers, Charles McNeil and Glenn Jarnagin and Larry Elliot.
Austin 27 - Waltrip
Austin 8 - Corpus
Austin 35 - Milby
Austin 26 - Sam Houston
Wrap-uptime at Delmar Austin 21 - Galena Park
Austin 7 - Lamar
Austin 20 - Bellaire
Austin 28 -- San Jacinto
Austin 18 - Westbury
Austin 14 - Jones
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Iustangs celebrate another victory with their coach, Pat Riley . . . high in the clouds after second Jones win by Austin, Cagers John
Isrtin, Jerry Bryant, Verne Lewis, Laury Lyles, Alan Quaintance and Larry Skinner hoist their favorite coach on their shoulders for
ll the fans to see . . .
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Austin Cagers Climb to State Crown Continues on Pages 321 to 328 . . .
AUSTIN JR. VARSITY TEAM, First Row: Eugene Mendoza, David Croucher, Joe Cuevas, Joe Strickland, Milton
Salter, Robbie Fields and Chris Phillips. Second Row: Coach Sidney Jones, Burt Johnson, Tommie Lutlrell, John
Marquis, Steve Shaw, Bobbie Davis, David Spain and Ronald Herrin.-zton.
J.V. Season's Scores
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FRANK INCRAPERA WAYNE WESTPHAL
First Row: David Martinez, Andy Salazar, Ronnie Holub, Trey Williams, John Richardson, Andrew Martinez. Second Row: Larry
Sacra, Johnny Blackmon, Bob Johnson, Don Cain, Kenny McCormick, Charles Jolly, Frank Incrapera, Frank Cavazos. Third Row:
Coach Ted Watson, Wayne Westphal, Bob Shaw, Bob Delery, James Baldrige, Mike Crowell, Bill Milligan, Jerry Richardson, David
McCormick, Manager-Johnny Sarabia.
BOB SHAW JOHN RICHARDSON
Spring Training for the Baseball Team . . .
BOB JOHNSON JOHNNY BLACKMON TREY WILLIAMS
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DONALD CAIN BOB DELERY
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JAMES BALDRIDGE KENNY McCORMICK
Forward to a Great Season and a . . .
BILL MILLIG AN RONALD HOLUB JERRY RICHARDSON
LARRY SAQRA ANDREW MARTINEZ
District Championship for Austin!
SALAZAR FRANK CAVAZOS DAVID MA
Smooth performance all the
way when Austin's line-up
takes to the water. Shown
. . Austin has always had some great swimmers. This has demon-
strated that fact in the first swimming event of the season. The
Austin team bested Reagan 67-14, winning first place in ten events
and second place in nine events. Dual meets found our team defeat-
ing Davis 65-12 Q9 out of 10 first placesj and defeating Robert E.
Lee 44-37. When last heard from, Austin's aquatic sportsmen were
merrily bubbling ahead of all school competition.
Mr. Lee Beeson,
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Austin's TENNIS TEAM
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teams although its object
is excellence in this time-
honorecl and popular game.
Mr. Sidney Jones is Aus-
tin's tennis coach.
Members of the team are pic-
tured at the left:
Presentation of Velvet Frog Award stars Kathy Estrada
and Miss Kimball.
Captain Kathy Estrada,
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Captain Nancy Thies,
a two-year letterman,
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The Girls' Volleyball Team is one of the inter-
scholastic sports of the Autumn season. All girls
interested who maintain a C average may try out
for the teams.
At press time, Coach Rita Kimball's volleyball
team in district play held a five to three record
with two more games scheduled for the season.
Six seniors, five juniors and seven sophomores,
identified in photograph on the next page, are this
Austin's attractive volleyball team members pictured above
spirit wherever their competition is encountered. Front Row,
Nancy Thies. Middle Row: Dixie Wallette, Sara Moulds,
Lindy Starnader and Kris Sjoberg. Back Row: Marianne
Bordovsky, Joyce Heinson, Janice Sellman, Cindy Starnader,
Ham, Thelma Parrish and Manager Sylvia Parrish.
personify sportsmanship and school
center: Captains Kathy Estrada and
Theresa Lenczewski, Nancy Rhodes,
Thompson, Tommie Martinez, Doris
Sandra Flourny, Donna Tietz, Linda
Leading off with winning smiles, "Meave's
Mighties" Team, shown to the right:
Leading off in lst Place: "Puffs Magic Ropers
Team, shown to the left:
DRUM CORPS CHAMPIONS-First place in Intramurals Alta Hoff, Manager,
n front with mascot: Janet White Volleyball Intramurals
rrst Row Suzanne Korn, Kathy Kelley, Fran Martin Sand Gua ' and Linda Rogers.
econd Row: Carolyn Ann Noe, Leslie Kenney, Pat o inson, Lauren Johnson, Nancy Cleveland
nd Carolyn Wathen, manager.
JACKIE'S .IERKS come smiling through in second place
CAPTAINS OF TENNIS TEAMS
Lana Houdek, whose team placed second and Pat Bell whose
team won first place.
WINNER OF SINGLES
PAT BELL drives one over the net. "Ready? SERVE!" calls
WINNERS OF DOUBLES
Deann Phillips and Kathy Estrada
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really enjoy shooting at! Exeunt: Eve Buenteo, Beth Homburg, and Margie
LINE-UP OF ARCHERS,
left to right:
High Point Girl
on page 251 . . .
Under the blue skies of Texas and the big oaks,
these modern Dianas practice the graceful sport
of archery. Guided by their sponsor, Mrs. Opal
Cowan, many of Austin's students have earned their
archery letters and won awards.
The Girls' Team attended the City Archery Meet
in November and placed fourth.
The top six archers of Austin High are pic-
tured above. They are, left to right: Fran
Lockwood, Mary Bustamente, Beth Homhurg,
Frances Norcross, Kathy Wells and Elaine
Nancy Lee, Manager.
Graceful and strong of ami, with quiver and bow.
econd row! Nancy Thies, Nancy Sara llloulds?
wj Kris Sjoberg, Dixie Wallete and Theresa Lenczewski.
BASKETBALL for girls is played with intramural teams
nd is one of the most exciting games in the physical edu-
tion program. It encourages the physical fitness around
hich the program is planned plus the enjoyment of a
ift, competitive game demanding steady teamwork.
EVEN DAUGHTERS of ATLANTA" the team that placed second
t had the rnost fun are pictured on the right:
'rst Row: Pat McBride, Elaine Giessel, and Pat Henson.
cond Row: Linda Ham, Sherrie Gray, Lynn Bang and Nadine Huth.
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The 1964- Track Season marks the beginning of a new
era in Austin's track history: For the first time since the
school opened in 1937, the cindermen will not be under
the capable direction of Mr. John C. Scott who has retired.
The Mustang trackmen will be supervised, by Mr. Lee
Beeson, assisted by Mr. John Macy, student coach, who
holds distance records in running.
The Ponies are led by John Bueche, and high-jumping
Ken Spain. Austin will feature a F ive-Mile Relay Team this
year led by lettermen, Larry Hubbard, Trey Helmcamp and
Charles McNeill. Jerry Gilmore will specialize in the broad
jump. The Austin distance men will be led by sophomore,
The Austin Team won two first places and one second
in the Jetero Relays at Aldine:
Charles McNeill-lst in 40-yd. dash
John Bueche-lst in high ump
Ken Spain-2nd in high jump
CAPTAIN of TRACK TEAM-John Bueche
Trey Helmcamp, Wayne Coates and Coach Scott.
TEAM, Front Row: Dlcky Davis, Larry Hubbard, Paul Hamby and Stanley Matthews. Second Row: Ronnie Briggs eonard
It was in 1937 that Coach John Scott
came to Austin High School. Successful,
cheerful and popular, Mr. Scott has coached
teams in many sports, even a hockey team,
but track was always his favorite. At Aus-
tin High, he has become a legend in coach-
ing. The 19641 Track Team saw him off
with overwhelming good wishes - and
In 1962, the Silver Anniversary CORRAL
was dedicated to Mr. Scott. Now in 19644,
Coach Bill Cook, one of his former "boys,"
presented him with the gift of the faculty,
'a lapel money corsage with green leaves
of large denominations.
The many golden trophies in the cases
glitter as Mr. Scott passes through the
familiar hall. May all his dreams of home
life and hobbies and travel he golden ones.
Our good wishes and fond memories go
with you, Mr. Scott!
Mr. John C. Scott of Austin
There' were flowers for Mr. Scott in that little box . . .
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Rose Ann Scallan
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Mary Ann Smith
Mary Ann Sporn
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Eighty-four lovely contestants arrive for the CORRAL Annual Beauty Contest . .
Enthusiastically supported by fellow students, parents, relatives and friends, Austin
High's 1964 beauty contestants appeared on stage before the judges to compete for
titles. Mr. Dick Lamb of Radio Station KILT, Mrs. Ellen McCorquodale of the
HOUSTON CHRONICLE and Mr. Joe Sherry served as judges. -Mr. Jerry Long, Austin
drama coach, was master of ceremonies.
. . . and that's the story, folks!"
Personal interviews with each contestant
permit judges to rate her by appearance,
personality, expression and interests . . .
Tahulating was done by Brian Parrish, COR-
RAL Business Manager, and Jimmy Inglis
under the direction of Mr. Hugh Ruthven,
CORRAL Financial Advisor.
The committee assisting the judges were:
Marianne Hoolsema, Editor, Rondena Beck-
ham, Associate Editor, and Martha Harrison,
Organization Editor, all CORRAL staff mem-
Don McCrorey served as the contest chairman.
. . . score sheets are tallied
and finalists announced
Peggy Sue Chapman
TOP SIX OF AUSTIN HIGH'S MOST BEAUTIFUL REPRESENTATIVES
Genenne O'Brien and Peggy Sue Chapman, Senior Class beauty winnersg Sondra Tarver
and Glenda Pulley, Junior Class beauty winnersg and Susan Hessner and Patty
Pfaffenberger, Sophomore Class beauty winners.
Homecoming Queen Finalists
Dinah Mullen, Susan Schoonover. Rebecca Loesch and Suzanne Kom
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A trophy for the Homecoming Queen, Dinah Mullen. JANIE LOGGINS
MARY UN DERWOOD DARLENE MAINES
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Wherever there is a Junior Sub-Deb, there is somebody ready to add a decorative
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a Valentine Ball with t ir Senior Sub-Deb Sisters.
Mrs. Mary Getty e sponsor of the Junior Sub-Delis.
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Mary Getty, sponsor, Margaret Cotter, Arlene Griffin, Jan Molion, Carlene Johnston, Linda Holt, Susan Lander, Nancy Presgrove, Leslie
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CHAMPIONS THEY WENT, AND CHAMPIONS THEY CAME HOME, THEIR
COACH, PAT RILEY, CARRYING THAT HUGE, SILVER TROPHY, SYMBOL
OF THE STATE TITLE, 1964 CLASS AAAA CHAMPIONS.
8,000 fans cheering in Gregory Gym, Austin, Texas, witnessed the two games
that won the crown for Austin High. And the Austin Mustangs had amassed the
amazing record of 37-I for the season.
The semi-finals against Fort Worth Haltom were a 74-72 overtime for Austin and
the Dallas Adamson game brought the Mustangs to the peak of' success with a
This championship is Austin High's second in the last four years and 'Coach
Riley led the way both times.
Ken climbs upstairs again to sink "one of the easier ones" Larry Skinner's free throws were deciding factor with Haltom
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