Stephenville High School - Yellow Jacket Yearbook (Stephenville, TX)

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0' 4 XX mQ4LJ42i5ESafk3fa.'.1m5.1L'fffliffhgai .f .1 'af fl ' f 4 f'.-.gum -5 A me-1 1 .aw v z ra.-'E YELLOW MMM JACKEI' Z!J1lA!TAAB1l1 THE STUDENTS OF STEPHENVILLE HIGH z2Ill'il!E, i7L'Vx1.4 YELLU IACKET W-wma SUMMER OF '57 finds Mrs. Golden, Elizabeth, ctnd Mildred, going on one of rnony trips to the cover cornpony in Dullos. he yearbook begina in tlze Jammer., afctiuitied dpeed up in the faff. . . TIME-PAYMENT PLAN is on inducement to buy ecirly, offered by the GETTING PICTURES for the unnuol is o difficult but interesting stofl, Eugene and Pot occepi down payments from Rebecca ond iob. Staff Photographer John Moser snaps John Ed ond Dee os Larry to reserve their onnuols. they plcm layouts and crop pictures. 4 TAFF EDITOR Elizabeth Brown BUSINESS MANAGER Eugene Byrd . .. SENIOR EDITOR Judy Bcrhcm of JUNIOR EDITOR Penny Terrell X 3 'gy V, M , SOPHOMORE EDITOR Sheron Self fir 3 FRESHMAN EDITOR Jeannette Tidvvell , SPORTS EDITOR Bohn Jay Borhorn ' zz v' "":' II Sy. K I ASSISTANT SPORTS EDITORS Dee Deisher, Pot Deovenport I L qlzl W ORGANIZATION EDITOR Mildred Spitzenherger I MUSIC EDITOR John Ed Barham ,....-- ART EDITOR Kny Smith , vena YE ff PHOTOGRAPHERS John Moser, Mrs. Annie Leotherwoocl f I K ADVERTISING EDITORS IOIG Hughes' Moselm Jackson BOHN JAY AND KAY get ci vigorous Foll soles cornpoign into full swing SPONSOR Mrs. Lorroine Golden IJY PUIIIUQ UP P0955 Ove' The Compus- O I I U . I Confmue tlzrouglz the wmter. . . alncl cfzmax cn the Apr-mg. fr 1 I!!! .Z CLASS EDITORS Penny, Judy, Jeannette, ond Sheron have o trernenr LOU MARTIN comes to the stofis oid by making yellow iockets dous task - - - plonning layouts, cropping ond posting pictures, for the presentation ploy. Lolo ond Mosetto toke time out to watch. ond typing copy. I 5 C Dedication For her joy of living, for her friendliiiess that is contagious, for her Willingness to cooperate with the student activities, for her generosity with her time and efforts, and her loyalty to S. H. S., We the Annual Staff Dedicate this '58 Yellow Jacket volume to Mrs. Lorraine liolllen We I r j CUNTENTS "'A' Www Brcglzi Slam 2 Faculty ,VAA ,,,,,:,.,.,. ., Auxiliary Personnel elf '., .f Fx ZEEI, Stal' Clad ter! ,g r Seniors rli.ri'-1' Ei il Juniors M VW if Q 2 Sopholnores my S W1 F1'GSl'll'I1Gl1 1 Q iw 7 9 li , f Shooting Siam in S E Student Council -'wax Te. Music A l Organizations Q 'Siam I ' Football Basketball f ifff 'lA,li'h X 6' Spring Sports .,..f.w:r.' . , Shower of Siam Favorites VVho's Who a4cfverfi4 ing 10 26 3-9 Q 34 47 56 62 70 72 82 112 126 136 141 168 171 MAIN BUILDING GYMNASIUNI THE MAIN BUILDING, constructei' in 1921, houses the major part of our school activities in its classrooms, administrative offices, library, study hall, and auditorium. THE RED-BRICK GYMNASIUM, erected in 1951, is the scene of P. E. classes and interscholas- tic ganies. THE AIR- CONDITIONED BAND HALL, erected in 1952, is the newest building on the cam- pus. It consists of a large i'ehea1'sal room, 6 practice rooms, office and library. THE HOMEMAKING COTTAGE is the center of eight homemaking classes each day. It contains a food lab, clothing' lab, living room, bed room, and bath. HUNIEMAHING COTTAGE BAND HALL NEWLY-ELECTED FOOTBALL cnptoins for the '57 season - Mike, Poul, ond Jirn - ore pictured with A.C.C. truck couch Oliver Jackson. Flashback BAND MEMBERS ond their dates dine we in o sidewalk cafe of Paris nt the Bond Banquet W w JUNIOR-SENIOR BANQUET SERVERS - North, Word, Roberson, Dove, Cook, Johnson, Brewer, White, Portoin, Fleming, Grief, Anderson, Hilburn, Keeling, Daniels, Stephens, Allen, and Hancock - surround the sunken boot ot the '57 banquet. Hi -hngms CHILD CARE ond Home-nursing nre proiects of The Summer Homemoking course. -... MERMAIDS Penny ond Bonnie com- plement King NepTure's Court in The Paradise of The Deep, K.. SEVENTY STUDENTS from Stephenville ond surrounding urea grind out eight weeks of summer school. 1 S , Nm l l lc . -fe 'Q ,, ix , e ,N W QQ, 3 12 C2322 X 1 x ff., ,. H Aggwfk an + q if , K y S 1 1 A 1 'Q Q Q f Q, .X ' x Q ' f fi a I C j 1 ,ffwj 4-Elf?" me wg JACKETS SCA LP THE COMANCHE INDIANS in The season opener 33 - O. Guy Gaiden iaunt To set up I1 Jacket TD as Coleman and Parker block ' takes off on cl 14- yard an Indian. Andy and Mike fallo C eleclian or wth e play. Fall Highlights ANDIDATES who request your vote for Sf d U em Body Presid e Larry aods, and F eni in 1957 Janes, Franklin erel Little. F. T. A. PLAY Nancy lLcz Nell Jonesj e ouglas Pairl To 'nent of Desperate Ambrose lFerel Lmlel. mbrclces Bert the astonish- Fall Highlights they are lolned by r e ake dance from school Ta The square where Th Mineral Wells Mountaineers SPIRlT BUBBLES OVER as sludenls sn in cheering the Jackets To give Them a big send-of agarnsf e sg av. W L...auY!' " Ai M292 , . uwwsfMfs9s4" N I I'z2iswQWff:: W wwwfapygqvv, re" ' ' , ' 'v I - CALM BEFORE THE STORM! Jackels rest and give serious Thought To Ihe nnghT's up-coming game, P. E. GIRLS decorcne The swan on The Ham, the S.P.C. entry in the T.S.C. Homecoming Parade. Highlights PROGRESS OF A BONFIRE: Gathering from fav near and TSC sfockwng buuldmg and pumng on the finishing Much go ima waking our bonfire. Burning Kulleen ond cheerxng The Jackets clxmax The actwan and boost the sprrlr s I inter Highlights in Lm I I I I I I I "NOT OUT OF THIS WORLD? You mean I'm no? OUT of this world!" excloims Uncle Otis us he learns The s1fxrtImg irurh In The presenmfion pIoy. MINUTES SEEM LIKE HOURS durwng tense Time-out, while Coach Miller cc1IIs Guy, Tommy, Larry, FronkIIn, cmd Jim's mrenfion To weak spots In Yoe High strategy, A I-IIGHLIGHT IN THE HOLIDAY SEASON is whe F,H.A. Formal Christmcxs Forty. I ' mm? iw W ek A , sNQL,..x fer if f 4, Hs W L L: THE V158 FAVORITES looking happy and excited are Don Jones, Cha Cllnlon Arthur, Roberla Loudermilk, Bobby Glasgow, Rosemary Heffley, Ward, Paula Srnivln, Paul Cook, .llm Coleman, Franklin Wood, Sue Sho Terrell, Lo Nell Jones, Eluzaberlw Brown, Mike Keahey, Marilyn Fergu wif A rles Ellloll, Palsy Wooley, Vernon Gunn, Tommy Glasgow, Nancy Norwood, Jer.y enwaker, Dee Deislwer, Larry Jones, Penny son, Larue Boase, Mary Farmer, Sandra Parlain, Judy Barham, Norma Teague, Ann Heffinglon, and Bonnie Lewis. inter Highlight THE DE LEON TOURNAMENT is the scene of high onficlpalion as flue Honeybees prepare To "go gel ern." COUPLES have a wonderful mme ln ine gally-decorated rec. room. We r. w .. , THE ANNUAL STAFF reception for the Presentation play cost and favorites gives everyone n chance to congratulate everyone else. Hi hlight JUNIORS HUSTLE to earn money for the Junior-Senior Banquet, working in cold football-concession stands and serving the Masonic Smorgasbord. Highlights SENIORS VS. FACULTY Mrs. Lecnherwood toe-dances to return o volley. Cooch Miller and Buddy iump high trying fo control cu He-boll. "AH, SANTA, you know what l wont, replies Couch Roach in the Christmas Assembly, MR. GILBERT won the prize und gol lh wevtesf bobbing for opples. 19 pring STAND STRAIGHT, TOMMY. That cop and gown must fit right for this aII-important occasion. SPRING BRINGS INTERSCHOLASTIC LEAGUE - - This year S. H. S. has entries in many events. At Ieft shorthand contestanTs practice taking dictation at SO words a minute, At right Mr. Crclbiree gives prospective sIide rule champs pointers on the sublect. WW , s , fi? f I I 1 9' Q ae Q THE S. H. S. ORCHESTRA, popular entertainers, receive many requests in the spring to play for banquets and various programs. rifle it f i Highlights L fi V neg. 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W V GEORGIA AND CHARLES, two at the 96 candidates for graduation, proudly pose in caps ond gowns. -GYM SPR1NG SPORTS - - 1957 district champions in track, the first in the history of S.H.S., effects an earlier and more active interest in this spring sport for 1958. The 1958 S.H.S. golf team is seeking a third consecutive distrizt golf championship and hoping also to win region and go to state. mximh xtsmmxefwfws s as :sesame 1 A 'bt-" X .Q . SHEDDING THE OLD FOR THE NEW, lettermen and managers receive the new football letter iackets in special assembly. CLASSES AND MORE CLASSESl Here are 21 few highlights of class- room activities - our main purpose in coming to school. Judy Cato, Charles Elliott, and John Ed Barham are "Catching the Reflections of the Changing Social Sym- pathy of England." Salt maps, replicas of ships, log cabins, and wagons aid E. J., Bennie, and James in meeting contract re- quirements tor American History. Lab work is popular with Chemistry students. Here Jan, James, and Dolores are distilling water. Elisa Logan, lElsa Loganl reads aloud in Spanish l. English Il students visit proiection roam to learn pointers on the Library from slides. Cynthia, Nova, and Paula arrange a bulletin board dise play in Homemaking I. Eugene and Joy can prove the geometry problem. Can V you. Typing I is a favorite elective for many students. F. F. A. members, Jerrel Harris, Ronnie Hilburn, and Wilbur Parker, show entries in the fall Junior Livestock Show. Room Activities Zin cmurg nf Mr. Iim Tucker Mobley VVhereas, on the 19th day of March, 1958 the patrons of the Stephen- ville Independent School District lost the services of an outstanding educator in the passing of Mr. Jim Tucker Mobleyg and VVhereas, Mr. Mobley led a useful and successful life. He served as classroom teacher, coach, and elementary supervisor in various schools in Texas for 35 yearsg his tenure in the Stephenville Public Schools consisted of 27 years except for 1 year service in the United States Army during World War II, and Whe1'eas Mr. Mobley was admired by his fellow-workers, his students, and school patrons for his untiring devotion to his work, to his family, and to his community. He has suffered many trials and tribulations, but no one ever heard him complain. He was always looking to the good in humanity, and never criticized anyone in an uncomplimentary manner, and W'hereas, Mr. Mobley is survived by his wife, Mrs. Laura Mobleyg two children, Mrs. Nancy Mobley Smith of Georgetown, Texas, and Jim T. Mobley of Texas A SL M College, and Whereas, The People of Texas and especially of the Stephenville School District are shocked and bereaved at the loss of such an outstanding educator, therefore, be it Resolved, That this page of the Yellow Jacket be dedicated to his memory. 7111! fright Siam 5 . Z I .ill W g , BOARD OF EDUCATION - - Meeting on the first Monday night after the fifth of each month at the Homemaking Cottage, members of the Board of Education determine policy for the Stephenville Schools. Board President Gene Porter is seated on the right. Also seated are Secretory Bob Herrin llettl and Vice-President Gene Wright lcenterl. Standing left to right are members E. L. Stephens, Burette Stone, Superintendent J. C. Helm, Jr., Verne Pendleton, and Jess Elliott. Board of Education FILM CO-ORDINATOR Jim Mobley uperintendent SECRETARY - LaViece Ramsay iiazgg ,vw hm..- , , F tif , ' -:--- ----- 1 -AQ' .ggg iii ' W V 4. VAQV V + ,,:, ,.:. 1 ,.4,.,, f.. , , ...: ,,AV I 2 ,1V. .V.1 J. C. HELM, Jr. AT THE HELM OF OUR SCHOOL for four of its growing years, has been our Superintendent J. C. Helm, Jr. In his busy schedule, Mr. Helm can still find time to visit with us on our campus and to participate with us in our activities. As a result of his long hours of diligent work against what seemed to be insurmountable odds, StephenvilIe's voters have recently given overwhelming approval tar the construction of a modern, up-to-date high school building to meet our growing needs. We are indeed fortunate to have such an outstanding leader and friend. 27 Principal IN THE 28 YEARS Thor Mr. Jones has been principal of S.H.S. he has seen The enrollment grow from 225 to SOO, 1he plant expand from one To six buildings, and the faculty in- crecise from twelve To lwenty-Three Teachers, The smoolh running Gnd efficiency of The school is 0 credit lo his leadership. Faculty l J. FRED CRABTREE ROSELLEN DAVIS MYRTLE DEAVENPORT Math cmd Science Homemcking Business SUE DUNN CLEO FERGUSON BEN GILBERT LORRAINE GOLDEN Dislribuiive Education Librarian Agricullure English Lefl OFFICE GIRLS: Kczy Smith, Sondra Price, Joye Richardson, Pclulcr Smillw, Carolyn Woldrep, and Ruby Longley. SECRETARY Sue Lyles Right ROCK AND ROLLERS George, Elvis, Guy, and Pm steal The limeligrv with their rendilion of "Honeycoml:"! 'wfw Faculty PEARL HICKS A. D. HILBURN SAM HOUSTON PHOEBE ISBELL Mathematics General Science Band English and Spanish EMMA KATE JACKSON ANNE LYNN LEATHERWOOD SCOTT McCALL DAMON MILLER English Physical Education Conch Coach and Math TEACHERS SERVE with S.P.C. members on Assembly committees. Mrs. Pittman examines The wares of Mrs. Alma Jo Barnett, guest speaker on petroleum products. 30 Facult RALPH MOSER J. D. PILCHER SAMMIE PITTMAN HERSCHEL ROACH Agriculture General Malh Homemaking Coach and Biology GAYLE RUSSELL EILLEEN SHIPP JOY TERRY GWEN WILLIAMS Social Science English and Typing Science Social Science "POLITICKING" - At left Mrs. Golden waits to greet Senator John Kennedy of Massachu- setts, guest speaker at the Dallas con- vention of TSTA. At right Mrs. Golden is seen shaking hands with Governor Price Daniel of Texas, who was in Dallas to greet Texas teachers. ' 31 'H31......an CUSTODIANS Jnmrny Evott Andrew Joclfson cmd M Shannon ore responsxble for mcxinfencxnce of The buildings cmd cornpus BUS DRIVERS M Shannon G Spczrkrnon J Jornnson O B Wullucxms, C. Lowery W A Gre B B Gully W B Brshop M Lee and A Jackson Knot pncturedl Transport 135 of STephenviIle Hrgh s 475 students . ,leiawmvxsc X Y ' ff- Q I Y - -' fx: Q1 ' f r 'J 'Y gf:-Q 3,1 Y' " 71- I ' , ljllf V7 if if i141 3'-,WJ W5 KX .ff if .,,f'.,f,J xg! L-1 4111157 L7 Ryu! Wi:-. 'x Xxx 'EN X w NNT Ixfx NR QR ANDERSON ANGELL SENIOR SPONSORS - Mrs. Leotherwood, Mr. Gilbert, and Mrs. Shiop discuss money-raising proiects. S P C MEMBERS - Elizabeth Brovvn, Lynn Jones, Arnold Anderson, Larue Boase, Davicl Jones, Juoly Barham, and Larry Jones look down at the cameraman. ARTHUR BALEY Class of '53 ARNOLD EDWIN ANDERSON Science Club lg Math Club l-4, Presi- dent 4, S. P, C 47 "S" Association 2-4, Booster Jackets 1, Football l-4, Track 4, Fire Chief 4, All-District Qnd Team 4. JAMES MONROE ANGELL FFA l-41 FTA 4, Meditation Club 3-4: Choral Club I-2, FTA Play 4, Senior Play A, Transfer from Liberty Hill 3 JACK CLINTON ARTHUR Class President 4, Math Club l-4, S. P. C 3-4, "S" Association 2: Band I-4, ist Lieutenant 3, Drum Maiorflp Football 27 Baseball 4, Who's Who in Typing l I, in World History 3, in Algebra l 2, in Band 4, in Trigonometry 4, Jr.-Sr. Banquet Server 2, Jr.-Sr. Banquet Committee 31 Runner-Up Senior Favorite 4. GARY FRANK BALEY Class Sgt.-at-arms l,3, FTA 3-4: Science Club 3, Sgt.-at-arms 3, "S" Association 2-4? Booster Jackeis lA2g Football i-4, All-District Tearn Z2-3, Who's Who in Football 3, Basketball Qi Baseball lg Track i-3, Captain 3, District Champion in Shot Put and Discus 3, Regional Champion in Shot Put and Discus 3, 8th Place in State Competition 3, All State Track Team 3: Fire Monitor 4. Cl i f ' '3 HSS 0 - BOHN JAY BARHAM Class Treasurer I, Class Reporter 37 FTA 2-4- Science Club 2, Secretary 27 Math Club 27 Spanish 2-47 Treasurer 2-47 "S" Association 2-47 Booster Jackets I-27 Annual Staff I-4, Assistant Sports Editor 2, Sports Editor 2-47 Football I-47 Basketball I-37 Track I-4, 2nd in District I, Sprint Relay District Champions I, District Chamo- ions 3, District Champion 880-Yard Dash 3, Mile Relay Champion 3, Regional Meet 37 Presentation Play 37 Jr.-Sr. Banquet Server 27 Fire Monitor 47 Pres. Play Usher 2-37 Jr.-Sr. Banquet Theme Cornmitte and Chairman of Decoration Committe 3. JOHN ED BARHAM FFA I7 Science Club l7 Booster Jackets T7 Annual Stott 4, Music Editor, Advertising Editor7 Jr. Play 37 Presentation Play 37 Jr.-Sr. Banquet Server 2, Usher at Baccalaureate Service 37 Jr.-Sr. Banquet Committee 37 Stage Manager tar Presentation Play 47 Whos Who in Bookkeeping 4. JUDITH ANN BARHAM Class Treasurer I7 FHA i-4, President 3, Delegate to State Convention 2-3, Girl of Season 27 FTA 2-4, Vice-Pres ident 3-4, District FTA Secretary 47 Library Club 2-4, Reporter 37 Dele- gate to State FTA Convention 3-4- Delegate to State Library Convention 27 Meditation Club 47 Stingerettes i-3, Vice-President 37 Booster Jackets i-27 Annual Staff 2-4, Advertising Editor 2, Club Editor 3, Senior Editor 47 FTA Plays 2-3, Presentation Play 47 Senior Play 47 FFA Ban- quet Server 27 Jr.-Sr. Banquet Server 27 Jr.-Sr, Banquet Committee 37 FHA State Degree 37 Usherette for Presentation Play I-27 Usherette for Graduation 37 Stinger Statf I7 S. P. C. 2-4, Reporter3, Delegate to State S. P. C, Convention 37 2nd Place in Litterbug Essay Contest 27 FHA Style Show 27 Runner-up for Sophomore and Junior favorite 2-37 Cheerleader47 Runner-Up for School Sweetheart 4. JUDY LIND BELL FHA I-47 D, E. 47 Meditation Club 2-4, Pianist 37 Whos Who in Typing I 37 Interscholastic League Typing 37 Delegate to State D. E. Convention 47 FHA Style Show I, JERRY LEE BILLINGSLEY FTA 47 Math Club 3-47 Choral Club I- Bond I-27 Tennis I-4. LARRY ELWYN BISHOP FFA i7 Spanish Club4 WILMA LARUE BOASE Class Treasurer 27 FHA I-47 FTA 2-4, Treasurer 47 Library Club 3-47 Meditation Club 3-4, Historian 47 S. P. C. 3-4, Secretary 37 Stingerettes 37 Booster Jackets I-27 Usherette at Bacculau- reate Service 37 FTA State Convention 37 Class Favorite 4, ELIZABETH ANN BROWN Class Secretary 27 FHA I-47 Treasurer 37 FTA 47 Math Club 47 S. P. C. 2-47 Treasurer 3, Reporter 47 Stingerettes I-37 Booster Jackets I7 Annual Staff I-4, Class Editor I-3, Editor 47 Jr. Play 3, Presentation Play 47 Class Favoritel-3, Jr.-Sr, Banquet Server 2, FFA Banquet Server 27 Delegate to State S. P. C. Convention 2: Jr.-Sr. Banquet Can1mittee37 Most Representative Girl 47 Who's Who in World History 4. BARHAM, BOHN JAY BARHAM, JOHN ED WW Qr:":3"' BILLINGSLEY BISHOP ,fam 'QS SENIOR OFFICERS Vice-President, Mike Keahey7 President, Clinton Aifhur7 Treasurer, Lynn Jones7 Secretary, LaNell Jones7 Historian, Kay Srnith7 Reporter, Ann Hettington7 and Sgt.-at-arms, Jim Coleman7 lnot picturedl take time out tor a coke at the Dairy King. BARHAM, JUDY BELL .mx M4 in-qwy A i 3 BOASE BROWN 35 BURWELL CATO CHANCE Cl-APP suns... W so is we. R CLINE COLEMAN THE LONG AWAITED DAY ARRIVES! Seniors report to the auditorium to receive their class rings. sssiiafkfffrbmw' CORNELL, JOY CORNELL, MARY Class of '58 RUSSELL GLADWIN BURWELL, JR. FTA l-47 Science Club l-27 Math Club 37 "S" Association 2-47 Booster Jackets l-27 Football i447 Track 27 Volleyball 27 FTA Play l-47 Fire Monitor 4. JUDITH LYNN CATO FHA 3-47 Math Club 47 Spanish Club 2-47 Sec- retary 27 Booster Jackets i7 Reporter ot Spanish Club 47 Who's Who in ArnericanHHistory 3, in Plane Geometry 37 FHA Style Shows l-2- 2nd Place in I Speak tor Democarcym Contest 47 Qncl Place in Centennial History Contest l. BOBBY GENE CHANCE FFA 17 Spanish l-27 Booster Jackets T-27 Band i-4. WALTER NICHOLAS CLAPP Transfer from St. Stephens 47 FTA 47 Science Club 47 Math Club 4. TROICE GEORGE CLINE Science i, 2, 37 "S" Association 2'3p Foot- ball Manager l-3, JAMES FORD COLEMAN Class President 27 Sgt.-at-arms 3-47 Science Club 2, Reporter 27 Math Club 27 S.P.C. 27 "S" Association l-4, Vice-President 3, President 47 Booster Jackets l-27 Football l-4, Cap- tain 47 Basketball 3-47 Baseball l-47 Tennis 27 Volleyball 27 Pres- entation Play 47 Stingerette Beau 4. JOY LYNN CORNELL Reporter of Class 27 FHA l-47 FTA l-47 Library Club l-4, Parliamentarian 3, Reporter 47 Spanish Club T-4, Secretary 3, A, Parlicimentarian 27 FTA Play 37 Who's Who in General Math 1, Typing ll 3, Spanish ll 3, Literature 4, Shorthand 47 lnterscholastic League Typing Q7 Jr.-Sr. Banquet Committee 3. MARY BETH CORNELL FHA l-47 FTA 3-47 Library Club l-47 Stinger- ettes l-37 Booster Jackets I7 Band 27 FTA Play 37 Chairman ot Jr.- Sr. Banquet Entertainment Committee 37 Invitation Committee 37 Business Assistant Teacher 47 Assistant Librarian T-27 Senior Play 4. Class of '58 MILDRED ANN COSBY FHA I-4: Meditation Club 3-4, Secretary 3, Pianist 45 Spanish Club Ag Choral Club I-2, Vice-President Ip Booster Jackets I-2g FHA Style Shaw ly 2nd Place in "l Speak for Democracy" Contest 27 Transfer Front Fort Worth 2. JOHN ARCHER COWAN FFA I-47 Meditation 4g Lone Star Farmer Award 35 Coleman Livestock Judging Cantestg Abilene FFA Contest, Tarleton Livestock Contest lst Placep Houston Livestock Judging Con- test- A81 M Judging Contest Bth. Place. HUBERT STANDLEE CRAIN FTA if Booster Jackets I7 FTA Play ig Band I-4, Band Captain A, Band Quartermaster 3g All District Band fy Most Outstanding Band Member 3. JIMMY CRUMLEY Transter 4. FREDIA DOYLE DENIO FHA l-47 Booster Jackets I. SENIOR AWARD WINNERS - Classmates and the faculty choose LaNell Jones tar the D. A. R. award. Sam Harrell wins first in "I Speak MARTHA DENMAN FHA I-33 Meditation Club 2415 SSCFSTCFY -lp fgr Demqcracy' contest, Booster Jackets I-27 Usherette for Baccalaureate Service 35 FHA Style Show 2: Jr.-Sr. Banquet Committee 3. WANDA JANET DOSHIER FHA V47 Choral Club ily Basketball le2g Volleyball I-2- Transfer from Cranfills Gap 3. GEORGE MILTON DUNSON FFA lg FTA lg Football 27 Band I-47 Orchestra 3-47 Drum Maior 3, Quartermaster 2, All District Band 35 Choral I-27 All District Choral T-27 Stingerette Beau 3. COSBY COWAN CRAIN CRUMLEY svtt .:., ""'i y .,,.qV Q. ' - , ,1,,f ' ,,, C I DENIO DENMAN DOSHIER DUNSON 37 ELLIOTT FARMER FERGUSON, MARILYN FERGUSON, FRANCES ? L FIDLER FINCHER GLASGOW GOLDEN Class of '58 CHARLES ANDREW ELLIOTT FFA i-4, Vice-Pres. 3, Pres. 4, Math Club 3-4, Secretary 3, Library Club 3-4, Vice-President 4, "S" Association 2-4, Booster Jackets I-2, Football 2-4, Track 2-4, District Pole Vault Champion 3, Who's Who in Vocational Agriculture T, FHA Beau 4, Jr.-Sr. Banquet Server, Lone Star Farmer Award 3, FFA State Conven- tion 3, Poultry, Dairy, and Meat Judging Teams I-3, Fire Monitor 4. MARY ELIZABETH FARMER FHA I-3, FTA 3-4, Historian 4, D.E. Club 4, Reporter 4, Meditation Club 3-4, Program Chairman 3, Library Club I, Stingerettes I, Booster Jackets I-2, Annual Staff 2, Art Editor, Band 2, Usherette tor Graduation 3, Football Sweetheart 4, D.E. Sweetheart 4, MARILYN SUE FERGUSON FHA I-4, Songleader 2, Secretary 3, Civil Defence Chairman 4, Girl of Month 3, FTA I-2, Stingerettes I, Annual Staff 2, Booster Jackets I-2, Band 2-4, Maiorette 3-4, Reporter 4, Office Secretary 4, Presentation Play 3-4, Junior Play 3, Senior Play 4, All-District Band 4, Basketball Sweetheart 3, Jr.-Sr. Banquet Server 2, FFA Banquet Server 2, School Sweetheart 4, Stinger Staff l. SARAH FRANCES FERGUSON FHA I-4, Science Club 4, Choral Club I-2, Stingerettes I-2, Booster Jackets I-2. ARTHUR JUSTICE FIDLER FTA 4, Science Club I-2, Math Club I-2, Booster Jackets I-2, Cheerleader 4, Baseball l, Jr.-Sr. Banquet Server 2, Jr.-Sr. Banquet Committee 3. SANDRA ZANE FINCHER FHA I-2, Meditation Club 3, Booster Jackets I, Band I-2. THOMAS WELDON GLASGOW Math Club I, S.P.C. l-3, "S" ASSO- ciation 2-4, Booster Jackets I-2, Football I-4, Basketball 2-4, Base- ball l-4, Track I, Volleyball I-2, Class Favorite l, 2, 4, Runner-up 3, Jr.-Sr. Banquet Server 2, Delegate to State S.P,C. Convention 3, Who's Who in Basketball 4. GUY AUTRY GOLDEN Class Vice-President 2-3, Science Club I-2, Vice-President 2, Math Club I-2, Reporter I-2, S.P.C. I-3, "S" Association 2-4, Booster Jackets I-2, Stinger Stott 2, Football I-4, All District 3, Basketball I-4, All District 2nd Team 4, All Tourna- ment Player - De Leon Tournament 4, Track I-4, 440 District Cham- pion 3, Mile Relay District Champion 3, Tennis I, Junior Play 3, Presentation Play 4, Who's Who in Science I, in Algebra 2, and in Geometry 3, Jr.-Sr. Banquet Server 2, Magazine Soles Manager 4, Class of '53 BONNIE SUE GOLIGHTLY FHA I-2, Booster Jackets I-2, Band I-4, Jr.-Sr, Banquet Server 2, 2nd Place in Drum Quartet 2: Style Show I, Transfer from Seguin 37 Who's Who Homernaking lll 4, Orchertra 4. CARROLL LEE GOLIGHTLY Class Secretary 3, FFA I-3, D.E. Club 4, Party Chairman 4. NORMA JEAN GOLIGHTLY FHA l-21 Booster Jackets l-27 FHA Style Show ly Representative an S.H.S, Float in Homecoming Parade 4, EDWIN DWAIN GOODMAN FFA l-4, Science Club I-Q, Math Club I-2: Booster Jackets l-2. SAMUEL ALEXANDER HARRELL FFA I-4, District President 4, Poultry, Dairy, and Livestock Judging Contest I-4, Entertainment Cornmitte FFA Banquet ly 4th Place in Tarleton Livestock Contest 3, lst Place in FFA Essay Contest 3, lst Place in Tarleton Dairy Contest and in Tarleton Livestock Contest 3, 8th Place in State Livestock Contest at ASM, Science Club I-47 Meditation Club 3-4, Sang leader 3, Reporter 4: Choral Club l-2, Vice-President 2: Booster Jackets l. ANN HEFFINGTON Class Reporter 47 FHA I-4, Historian 3, Delegate to State FHA Convention 3, FHA State Degree 3, FTA 3-4, Library Club 2, Meditation Club 37 Choral Club 27 Stingerettes ly Booster Jackets I-2, Band 2-4, Second Lieutenant 4, Orchestra 3, Maiorette 3-4, Head Maiarette 4, Jr.-Sr. Banquet Server 27 Usherette 2, Style Shows I-3: Runner-up Senior Favorite. GARVIN ELMER HENDON FFA l-4, Lone Star Farmer Degree -l, Who's Who in Vocational Agriculture Ill, Houston Dairy Judging Contest, Poultry Team for Area and State Competitiong lst Place in Dairy Judging Contest at State, Sth High Individual at State Contest: Exhibited Steer at State Fair of Texas, Livestock Judging Team for Area and State, lst in Area, Meditation Club 3-4g Choral Club I-2g Booster Jackets I. JAMES EDWARD HENRY FTA 2, Science Club 2, Math Club 27 Booster Jackets I-2, Fireman 4, Football If Basketball I-2, Baseball I, Tennis ly Volleyball 21 Transfer to Waco 3, Transfer from Waco 4. GOLIGHTLY, SUE GOLIGHTLY, CARROLL ,Q as AFTER! l I GOLIGHTLY, NORMA GOODMAN V so . ., ,, -'g -'3 sg'g'gs," wr-we 351495K 'gm ti is - - f sc it-t 121 rs ,. me Q X Lt HARRELL HEFFINGTON .. tie . ...Y ..., ., , ,, M HENDON HENRY astra'-v HOWLE Jones, DAVID Simi...--e"" sky JONES, LA NELL KEAHEY SENIOR MAGAZINE DRIVE - Committee members Norma Sue, Lynn, Guy LaNell, Judy and David check sales records. Sales Manager , Guy Golden totals daily reports. JONES, LARRY JONES, LYNN ,grlqtye KLNSEY LITTLE, FEREL Class of '58 JOHN MORGAN HOWLE, JR. FFA I-4, President 3, Lone Star Farmer Degree 4. DAVID GORDON JONES Science Club 2, Math Club 3, Vice-Pres. 3, S.P.C. 4, Vice-Pres. 4, Spanish Club 2-4, Pres. 2, Reporter 3, Vice-Pres. 4, Booster Jackets I-2, Cheerleader 4, Who's Who in Biology 34 Spanish 2, Fire Monitor 4, Who's Who in Chemistry 4, in Trig. 4. LARRY RAY JONES FTA l-4, Math l-4, Reporter 3, S.P.C, 4, "S" Association 2-4, Booster Jackets I-2, Band I-3, Orchestra 3, Football I-4, Volleyball l, Fire Monitor 4, Jr,-Sr. Banquet Server 2, Track I-4, District Champion 50 yard Dash 2, 4th in IOO yard Dash 2, 3rd in IOO yard Dash 3, Mile Relay Team 3, District Champions 3, District Champions 440 Relay Team 3, Regional Meet 3, Student Body President 4, LYNN LA ROQUE JONES Class Treasurer 3-4, FFA I-2, Reporter 2, 3rd in Area Meat Judging Contest 2, I5th in State Meat Judging Contest 2, FTA 3, Math Club 3-4, S.P.C. 4, Treasurer 4, "S" Asso- ciation 2-4, Secretary-Treasurer 3, Booster Jackets I-2, Football Mgr. 3-4, Track 2-4, District Champions 3, Fire Monitor 4, Senior Magazine Soles Committee 4, Athletic Banquet Planning Committee 4. NANCY LA NELL JONES Class Secretary 4, FHA I-4, Parliamentarian 3, District Treasurer 4, FHA State Degree 3, Delegate to State Con- vention 3, FHA Style Show 2, FTA 3-4, Secretary 4, Delegate to State Convention 3, Meditation Club 3-4, Choral Club i-2, Librarian 2, Stingerettes I-4, Reporter 3, President 4, FTA Plays 3-4, Senior Play 4, Whos Who in Homemaking 2, English 3, Typing Il 4, I. L. Typing 3, Runner-Up Freshman Favorite, FFA Banquet Server 2, Jr.-Sr. Banquet Server 2, C.T.A. Banquet Server I, Graduation Usherette 3, Presentation Play Usherette 2, ist Place in Litterbug Essay Contest 2, Jr.-Sr, Banquet Committee 3, Runner-Up Most Representative 4. JOSEPH MICHAEL KEAHEY Class President 3, Vice-President 4, S.P.C. I, 2, 3, "S" Association 2-4, Booster Jackets I-2, Football I-4, Captain 3-4, 2nd All-District Team 3, Basketball 2-3, Baseball I-4, Track I-4, Runner-Up Favorite I, Class Favorite 3-4, Jr.-Sr. Banquet Server 2, Presentation Play Usher i, Graduation Usher 3, Fire Monitor 3-4, Delegate to State S.P.C. Convention 3, Most Representative Boy 4, Whols Who in Football 4. JAMES THURL KINSEY D,E. 3-4, President 4, FFA 2. FEREL ROYCE LITTLE FTA I-4, Reporter l, President 4, District Pres- ident 4, District Treasurer 3, Math Club I-3, Meditation Club 4, Song Leader 4, Booster Jackets I, "S" Association 2, Band 3, Cheerleader 4, Football Manager 2, Basketball Manager 2: FTA Plays l-4, Pres- entation Play 3, I. L. Typing l, Jr.-Sr, Banquet Server 2, Delegate to State FTA Convention i, 3, 4. Class of '- 8 JAMES WESLEY LITTLE Booster Jackets l, 2, RUBY JO ANN LONGLEY FHA 2-Llp Meditation Club 47 Junior Gordon Club Qt Booster Jcickets l-2g Office Stoff A, THOMAS HERSHEL LOUTHERBACK "S" Association 2-4, Sgt.-Ut-arms 3-4g Booster Jcxckets I-2: Football l-A7 All-District Tockle 37 Bcisebcill l-Ap Track 341- Volleyball le? Jr.-Sr. Banquet Server 2. ru FRIZEVVINNERS - All seniors selling subscriptions totaling 550.00 or CAROLYN LEA LOWERY FHA l-47 Booster Jcickets l-2: Style Show L. more Veceive Gnmcfive prizes. MELTON CARL LOWERY FFA l-35 "S" Association 25 Booster Jackets l-2g Football l-4, MARY FRANCES McALlSTER FHA l-2: Booster Jackets l-2, JO ANN McCHRlSTIAL FHA 1-A5 Library Club lg Choral Club l-2' Stingerettes lp Booster Jockets l-2g FHA Style Shows l-2. NANCY LEE MclNNIS FTA l-47 Stingereites 35 Spanish Club l-3- FTA Sy Office Staff 37 Choir 2-37 Song Leader for Graduation G Trcmsfer from Bryan 3- Whos Who in Typing l. LITTLE, JAMES LONGLEY LOUTHERBACK LOWERY, CAROLYN LOWERY, MELTON McALlSTER McCHRlSTlAL MclNNIS 41 McPHERSON MARTIN, JAMES MARTIN, RITA MERCER MINIARD MORTON, JOHN Monrom, PRISCILLA NELSON SENIOR SPlRlT - Senior boys lend a hand in building the bonfire. Senior girls cheer the Jackets at a Friday pep rally. Class of '53 EVA JANETTE McPHERSON FHA 45 Booster Jackets 3-4g Basketball Selig Volleyball 3-Ag Transfer from Baird. JAMES HARRY MARTIN FFA l-Sp Booster Jackets lg Football 2. RITA FAYE MARTIN FHA l-47 Library Club 3-Ag Meditation Club 3-4g Reporter 37 VVho's Who in Library 4. ANITA KAY MERCER Basketball 3-45 Volleyball 3-4g Usherette at Commencement 3. Transfer from Matson 37 Athletic Banquet Planning Cornrnltte 11. MARILYN MINIARD FHA l-4g FTA l-37 Library Club l-37 Meditation Club 3, Vice-President 35 Stingerettes I-25 Booster Jackets l-2. JOHN WAYNE MORTON FFA l-49 Science l-27 Booster Jackets I-2. PRISCILLA MARLENE MORTON FHA l-4g FTA l-4, Reporter 3--17 Library Club, Secretory 3g Spanish Club 2-4, Vice-President 3, Pres- ident Ay Stingerettes I-27 Booster Jackets l-27 FTA Play 31 Senior Play 4g Whos Who in English ly Jr.-Sr. Banquet Server 2g Delegate to State FTA Convention 3. JAMES ARCHIE NELSON FFA l-2, Secretary 27 Booster Jackets I-Q7 D. E. Club 3. Class of ' I MASON LYNN ORBISON Transfer from Tucurncori, New Mexico 4- Senior Play 4, DOUGLAS BRYAN PAIR FTA Ap Science Club I-27 Math Club l-45 Secretary 3, Reporter 47 Library Club I-32 Booster Jackets L25 Band 2g Presentation Play 35 FTA Play 47 Fire Monitor Ag Jr.-Sr. Banquet Committee 3. ROBERT BITTS PALMER Math Club A, Vice-President 47 Booster Jackets lp Whos Who in American History 3, Algebra Il, Chemistry 3, Civics A, and Physics 4p Bausch St Lomb Science Award 4. WILLIS WILBERT PARKER ing Team 3g Fort Worth FFA I-3, Sentinel 3, lst Place Meat Judg- Meat Judging Contest - lst Placeg Texas A8-M Meat Judging Team - 3rd Placep 3rd High Individual at Abilene, Worth Meet, Poultry Team 27 "S" Associa- l-2: Football I-44 Fire Monitor 4, High Point Judge at Fort tion 2-4: Booster Jackets LINDA LOUISE PLENTL Transfer from Killeen Sp Who's Who in D.E. 4 DONALD LEON RASBERRY FFA l-25 Booster Jclcliels l-2. NITA PARALIE RASBERRY Booster Jackets 21 Volleyball 2. FRANKLIN DOUGLAS RICHARDSON Science Club 27 Math Club 3--lp Booster Jackets l-2. ORBISON PAIR I rw SENIOR TALENT - Senior girls present skit on F T A program at PALMER early meeting, PARKER 'Kilo- if 1 QW' ' P xx ,, K S' 'zrrr-sw, . va '-cal. ,. ,NW1 : Q fw' .Eg-" 15.1 5 -ev, ,.,:ygg55, yy 'rt--.--M - M, , if 1. ' .-42. PLENTL RASBERRY, DONALD RASBERRY, NITA RICHARDSON ROBERSON SCHERNIER SCHMIDT SKILLMAN l F20 www-9 MN REFRFSHMENT TlME sivum smucs - Mrs Smith serves Marilyn, Phyllis, George, Ferel, Liz, A. J., and Kay. TARVER TEAGUE Class of 'Q I8 PATSY JANE ROBERSON Class Sgt.-at-arms 2, FHA I-3, Booster Jackets I-2. GEORGIA RAE SCHERMER FHA I-4, FTA 2-4, Secretary 3, Parliamen- tarion 4, Library Club i-4, Meditation Club 3, Choral Club I-2, Booster Jackets I-2, Secretary 2, I. L. Poetry Reading 2, FHA Style Show 2, FTA Play 2, Jr. Play 3, Decoration Committee Jr.-Sr. Banquet 3, Delegate - Choral Contest I. LAWRENCE GEORGE SCHMIDT Math Club 2, "S" Association 2-4, Booster Jackets, Basketball 3-4, I. L, Slide Rule 4. HOLLIS CARL SKILLMAN, JR. Science Club 2, "S" Association 2-1, Booster Jackets i-2, Football I-4, Baseball I-4. KAY ANN SMITH Class Historian 4, FHA I-4, FTA 4, Stingerettes I-3, Historian, Booster Jackets I-2, Annual Staff 2-4, Art Editor, FTA Play 4, Jr.-Sr, Banquet Server 2, Voice of Democracy Contest 2, Office Staff 4, FHA Style Show 2, Jr.-Sr. Banquet Committee 3. LA VADA SPARKS FHA I-2, Library 4, Booster Jackets I-2, FHA Style Show 2. NITA IRENE TARVER FHA T-4, Library Club 3, Meditation Club 3, Basketball I-2, Junior Play S, Usherette for FTA Play 4, Transfer from Lingleyille 3. NORMA SUE TEAGUE FHA I-4, FTA 3-4, Library Club I-4, Historian 2-4, President 4, S.P.C. I-2, Stingerettes I-3, Historian I-2, Cheer- leader 4, Junior Play, Who's Who in English 2, Who's Who in Algebra II 4, Jr.-Sr, Banquet Server 2, FFA Banquet Server I-2, Delegate to State Library Meeting 3-4, Library Sweetheart 4, Jr.-Sr. Banquet Committee 3, Magazine Soles Committee. Class of '58 NONA CHARLENE THURMAN Fl-IA I-35 Booster Jackets I-27 Stinger- ettes I-27 FHA Style Show I-2. CAROLYN REBECCA WALDREF Fl-IA I-47 FTA I-4g Historian Sp Library Club I-45 Spanish Club 3-4g Booster Jackets I-27 FTA Play I,2, 4: Oftice Stott 41 Delegate to State FTA Convention 27 Delegate Stare Library Meeting 3. SHIRLEY ANN WATSON Fl-IA I-A- Math Club Ap Booster Jackets I-4' FHA Style Show 2. ALPHA .IO WEIR FHA I-4: Pianist 37 FTA 3-4, Historian lip Medita- tion Club 3-4, President 45 Choral Club I-2, Reporter 2g Booster Jackets I-21 Bond 2-4, Treasurer 37 Presentation Play 37 Junior Play 3: FTA Play A- I. L. Typing 3- Jr.-Sr. Banquet Server 2g Outstanding Officer for Band 3- Betty Crocker Homemaker of Tomorrow Award 4. WINSTON AUBREY WELCH Science Club 27 Math Club 27 Spanish Club 2g Booster Jackets I-Q, Sgt.-at-orrns I. MARY NAN WILLARD FHA I-4: Booster Jackets I-Q, COY WAYNE WILLIAMS D. E. 3-45 Vice-President dp Science Club I, Vice-President I' "S" Association 2g Choral Club 2g Booster Jackets I-2- Bond I-31 Orchestra 2: Golf I-4, Individual District Golf Champ- ion 3, U.I,L. Golf Team Championship for District 2-3. DASVIIS ELAWRENCE WOOD FFA I-Sp Booster Jackets I-37 Basketball A THURMAN WALDREF GRADUATION - - Hollis takes a lost look and adiusts his cap as he prepares to graduate. WATSON WEIR WELCH WILLARD WILLIAMS WOOD, DAVID 45 WOOD, FRANKLIN WOOLEY WOOTEN WRIGHT S S a s it-1 S We Q Qt 2 Q Q F2810 VKX Mx -- ew X ' its M 'Y Wit .- - ---- ' EQ ::iEEE:E:E:: L .,,.. 6 3 ts - ...h. . az: ,wrt ' ,... ' 2 ' 9' s 9 ff V ' ' ' w ' 3gts2, ff ':2':- .s:2- --3:g. .g.. ,,., V V WM PM J' bt X ying' YANCY YARDLEY YEATES ZIMMERMAN FAREWELLI Lorue, Bohn Jay, Shirley, and Don get together tar last-minute annual signing before leaving S. H. S. ,l- Class of 98 HENRY FRANKLIN WOOD Class President lp FFA I-4, 15th Place in State FFA Meat Judging Contest, Math Club 2-45 Booster Jackets I-2g Football I-47 Basketball I-4, Baseball I-27 Track I-47 Junior Playy Senior Play: Presentation Play 4, Runner-Up Most Representative Boy 41. PATSY RUTH WOOLEY FHA I-4, Sgt.-at-arms 2, Vice-Pres. 3, Pres. 4, State Convention 31 Girl of Season 2, FHA State Degree 37 Style Show 2g FTA 2-3: Junior Garden Club 3g Booster Jackets I-27 Band I-fl, Orchestra 2-4, Flagbearer 2-4g FTA Play 2-3, Junior Play, Presenta- tion Play 37 Senior Play, Stinger Staff Ig Jr.-Sr. Banquet Server 77 FFA Banquet Server I7 Usl-terette at Presentation Play 27 Orchestra Contest Ag Band Sweetheart 4, JOHNNY LEE WOOTEN Booster Jackets T, Band I-47 Orchestra 3: Golf 3-4. PHYLLIS VIVIAN WRIGHT FHA I-4, Stingerette ly Booster Jackets I-2, Annual Staff 2, Subscription Managerg Band 2-3, Flagbearer 37 Orchestra 3, Presentation Play Ig Jr.-Sr. Banquet Server 2g Usherette at Presentation Play ly Ottice Staff If Style Show 27 Girls Quartet 2. WAYFORD DON YANCY Science Club 2, Math Club 2g "S" Associa- tion 2, Booster Jackets I-2g Basketball 27 Volleyball 2-3g Who's Who in Shop 2. BARBARA JEAN YARDLEY FHA I-fig Meditation Club 47 Booster Jack- ets l-2. MARTHA LOIS YEATES FHA I-25 FTA 2g Library Club I-2, Stingerettes I-27 FTA Play 25 D. E. Club 3-4. FRANCES CAROLINE ZIMMERMAN FHA l-45 Meditation Club 'Jp Choral Club I: Booster Jackets I-2. N gm, S. P. C. MEMBERS Standing: James Johnson, Wiley Cox, Jerry Ward Penny Terrell. Kneeling: Martha Littleton, Sandra Partain Beverly Cawyer. Illlll0I'Sl 0 you remem er. . . "" .. . + ' ai ' 'WC M, -gg-"r1LPfi 'M f E Eirir ALBRIGHT, JENNIE ALLEN, SCHERRY ANDERSON, DALE BAILEY, BOBBY amuom BASS, ROYCE BILLS, BUDDY JENNIE BREWER, GEORGE BUNCH, DOROTHY BURNS, EDDIE BYRD, EUGENE CARPENTER, DOLORES CASE, CAROL CAWYER, BEVERLY CHAPMAN, SHIRLEY anning the CHRISTIAN, DWAYNE CLAPP, MARY CLARK, CAROLYN COOK, PAUL COPPEDGE, YvoNNE cox, WILEY CUNNINGHAM, AMY SUE DANIEL, PAULINE DANIELS, MARY BETH ' Q7 ,.,, ,zzig ,, .. ff I I, ,Q ,I,I,,,,,,i,,, A ,,CC,I,,,:,,, ,,,,,,,, M A gaf V,V, I I I A ":' E""':' Q I9 my unior- enior anquet. 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SHINN, REBECCA SHOWALTER, .IANA SINGLETON, PERRY STANFORD, CLETA STEPHENS, HATTIE FAYE STEPHENS, SCHERRY TERRELL, PENNY TISDALE, LARRY TRAMMELL, DAVID TURLEY, BUSTER VANDEVER, JERRY M, ' K J if rl 'V 4181 U22 ,.,. 1 W. is af 2 ay v ga Y ,YRYRR 1 I A' M, .,....:, 5 .:.,.:. MW' he 'oy of Lecoming a enior. VILLINES, GLORIA WARD, JERRY WARTES, CHARLES wELooN, noN wssr, MONA WHITE, DOYLE D. WILLIAMS, PAT WOLFENBERGER, CAROLYN YARBROUGH, CATHEY i .- Q , . gf gi.: ,1 ,i gy YIM' ,,1 is ,pp- Har' .,f.,.,.-mv F 55 UPHU ORE GL SS OFFICERS AND SPONSORS: Hurry Pork, vice-president, Arden Knight, reporter, Coniio Clclyfon, Treasurer, Sue Shoemaker, sgr.-at-arms, Clayton Yeager, president Mrs. Davis, sponsor- Bully Bailey, sgt,-c1r-farms, Michele Welch, cecrslcury, Couch Roach, sponsor. 56 ANDERSON, JANETTE I BAILEY, BILLY BAILEY, STEVE BARBEE, KEITH BELL, BILLY 'Hai' .Q : ' s:LLs, DWAINE , . -, ,L ,, 2 A 3, ' X E Y 3 A BRADLEY, ANN f .."?f'fL. ' . ,g BRAMLETT, SHIRLEY I , n I ,. 'II' I.. It BRAMLETT, WILLIAM Y -.-.,--- . ....... BRANDON, WILLIE Lou 5, A A A BROCK, JERRY lg " A E VVVV i 'L A QA , , .. iii IUIJIIUIHUPQSI o you remem er . CARPENTER, CHARLES CATI-IEY, JIM CHAMBERS, MATTIE CLAPP, JOHN CLAYTON, CONITA CLEVELAND, PHI LLIP COLE, DAVID COLE, LA NELL COOPER, LARRY CROW, WAYN E 2' I .......,,.,,. ,, - X, cunIzIEIz, JANICE ' DANIELS' DNA PAYE .. I ,fi ES, L ' E DAVIS, LINDA DOSHIER, BETTY JO DUNN, JUDY DUNN, LOIS ELLIOTT, JESS FEARS, KATHRYN FLORY, PAT GLASGOW, BOBBY GOLIGHTLY, WANDA GRIZZARD, SHARON GUNN, VERNON HALBERT, ROBERTA JJ e pri e in outgrowing the name, alowly fidh ? HARTSFI ELD, CHARLENE HENDRICKSON, ROSA HERRING, RUTH HILL, JACKIE HOLDER, LUCRETIA HOOKS, METZI HOWELL, W. R. HUEY, MARY HUFFMAN, BARBARA HUGHES, LOLA GAYLE HUNT, CHARLES JACKSON, JAMES JACKSON, MOSETTA JENNINGS, BRENDA JONES, DON JONES, ROSIE KEENEY, sos KINSEY, LYNN KIRBY, JACQUITA KNIGHT, ARDEN KNOTTS, ISABELL LAND, MOZELLE LATHAM, JOHN LATHAM, MIKE i . ,fue-Q., W.. ,www ':. 0 sf, , il L A 1 -:L 'f!!'. ' A f- Dyk h'1' f h EE k b E': . fi- .:-.:5:5E J :'E: f:'-. . 3 . , Y ,A,,,,,,, JJJD, .J ,.,: .,.,.., L , A A --:'::AE:E:E" l 21,- I. A. rzzzi 1 "l:EEEE S22 5 SWG 'l' Hu.-f iw , e con udion of changing Jclzecluled. LEATHERWOOD, JAMES Lewis, BONNIE LOOKINGBILL, JAN LOUDERMILK, ROBERTA LOWE, EVA MAE McDONALD, ROSIE MADELEY, GERALD MADELEY, PHILIP MAIKELL, ANN MAYFIELD, VIVIAN MILLER, BARBARA MONTGOMERY, DEANIE gnu ilxixwalg 'U ? 59 MORTON, MIKE MOSELEY, KENDALL MOSER, JOHN OGLE, JUDY PARK, HARRY PENDLETON, BELVA PHILLIPS, DELAS POGUE, MARIE PRICE, SANDRA RASBERRY, LA VERNE RATLIFF, DELBERT RATLIFF, EARNESTINE e election of officerd - or anizing our cladd. RILEY, ELAINE ROULSTON, LOIS RUSSELL, GRADY SELF, SHERON SHOEMAKER, SUE SONES, PAUL SPARKS, DOROTHY SPARKS, JERRY SPINDOR, PAT SPITZENBERGER, MILDRED STARNES, TERRELL STEWART, SUE STILL, CHARLES TIDWELL, CHARLES VANDEVER, BILL WALL, MACK WALLACE, JOE WATERS, KATY WELCH, MICHELE WHITFIELD, NORMAN WHITWORTH, ERMA WOODS, FRANCES WOOLEY, DAVID WYLY, NANCY YEAGER, CLAYTON S. P, C. MEMBERS CLAYTON YEAGER, BONNIE LEWIS, ROBERTA LOUDERMILK, ELIZABETH BURWELL, VERNON GUNN, BOBBY GLASGOW, JESS ELLIOTT YOUNG, DARLENE L may ff ' I ' 5 I 155 Q. I A' ....., : ""I ' f 'I-.I .5:i:ae5sia55::','f N Ile cg0l7ll0l1'l0I'2 Ox upper. A 4 s FRE HM N CL SS Mrs. Phoebe lsbell, sponsorg Cynthia McMahon, reporferg Mr. Deon Hilburn, sponsorf Tommy Cox, sglfuf-curmsg Norman Deislwe-r, vice-president: and Paula Smith, secretory. 62 OFFICERS AND SPONSORS: Rosemary Heffley, presidenlg Johnny Oliver, Treosurery Douglas Smllhey, sgf.-CIT-crmsg ::.,.,::,,:,,,,,, ,:. ALTARAS, DAVID gi, "Vik Ma, 1 ..,. BAILEY, BETTY R . ,.,.: RAIN, sos , ---- ., ' R 'DA 305- E.: " Ak BALLOW, DIANNE BASHAM, JERRY Q 1 -2 ,,.f'f55:,E::5:jjji fx' z BASS' LA RUE if BEARD, W. T. ,,E'5E:'. C , ,, . :z, l1i..,-:, -. bag R ' .,... aEAsoN, JERRY sms, CAROLYN H b soAsE, MARTHA - BONSALL, EEARL .E "" 2:25-s v .... X ,tj ,R. ,.,.:.. ,, K, aooru, ARDEN 5' Q Boom, WESLEY A Mp -.5539 fl sosrlc, BARBARA ,sf A soucv-IER, JOHN gl -'R' ' -A Freshmen! 0 BRANNON, LANNA BRAY, scorrv BREWER, CATHY BROCK, DONNA 2? g 'G H ' E.,,. - Q , E. A' , .,.,, - kt ' 1 ,.,,. ..,, t F fi? - ..,. .- 2 , , ? WE, ' 'E:a5::.,,.,.,..:g:sx" ,. , 5.45331 A " "If ' . ' , EA ' A in 3 X s , W W 5 we 55 'i yOu l'eH'lel1'l el' . . . CAREY, DAVID CARPENTER, DANNY Mm CARTER, JACK CAWYER, CARROLL ...Q-naun-It Q-:M 63 A , CORK' CYNWA , 7 I' Cox' TOMMY S A I we .... 25 ' CRAIN, EvELYN W A I ,,,-f - --" A ,.,. Q In -I,1f1fQQI2- DAVE' DARWW ..., A I I I' DAY, BRENDA ' f DEAVENPORT PAT ---- I - ,,.II ' ' Saw 5 nE1sHER, NORMAN , Y :IE-zz'-:E Y -I gig ? :AE ..,. J ..,. ' - "" I Dobson, ROBERT R , , ' I I---: I 'Y , " r I 1 "" I R' 5 s A ,.., I . E, 1 ,,,,.. ff DRENNAN, RAYDENE ,If ' ,S S ga' EvA11, GARY FW ,,.,., 1 A RRR" FENNER, EDDIE .... z ,f z :E ...,, V A ---- V . V FERGUSON, PHILIP FICKE, SUE A. FISCANNON, FLOYD FORREST, TIM :-. .... ff .'l--..,, Y 'R.,. I Alfa. - I if .Q e con udion of Jpring regidiraiion. FREEMAN, JOHN FROMER, MARY ANN GARRETT, sos GREEN, IRENE GRIFFIN, EDA BETH HALLMARK, CELIA HALLMARK, DAVID HAM, JO ELLEN HANCOCK, MAC HANDLEY, JOHN HARRIS, BOBBY HATCHER, CECIL HEFFLEY, ROSEMARY HENDERSON, EMMA HENDRICKSON, NANCI HOWLE, WILLARD HUSTON, JUANITA HUSTON, OLETA JACKSON, JIMMIE JAMES, JERRY JOHNSON, DANNY JONES, DON PP' Q st- A ! JONES, MARY -- f 5655 B' Jusnce, DON ' Q Y he ilzril! of your firat high Jclwo! day. KOONSMAN, JANICE KNAPP, JERRY KNICK, JAMES KUNISHIGE, TOBY LAIRD, JOHN LANEY, ANNA W K- w A LAUGHLIN, JEAN A M 3 A ,...... LEATHERMAN, MARTHA , M f asf LEATHERMAN, SHIRLEY LINGLE, JAMES LITTLE, HAZEL LOGAN, ELSA LOGAN, GUEARY LOWRY, JIMMY MAYFIELD, MILTON McCANN, HELEN McCLANAHAN, PATRICIA MQCLESKY, HELEN McCOY, TERRY DON MQKINNEY, BARBARA McMAHAN, CYNTHIA McPHERSON, TOMMY MERRELL, LANITA MILLER, JAMES e Jorenedd rom climbing the Jtaird . MORRISON, DONALD MOSER, DAN MOSER, NANCY MURRAY, CHARLES NAIL, DOROTHY NELSON, DONALD NELSON, RONNIE NORWOOD, NANCY ocLE, THURMAN ouven, JCHN owENs, DEAN OWENS, WAYNAN QUIRL, TOMMY RAMSEY, JENELL ruxssenrlv, JUDA REED, DONAVAN gf A RICHARDSON, BARBARA ' ROBERSON, DONNA 33: 2 IZEVV 3 E ROBERSON, JAMES z . w,V' " "" ..," fw "xx' "::v 3 srANEonD, aosaY , zz' Q ,,,A. !'.'f3' 1 sf' sE'cn-mlsr, nusv snEL1oN, EWELLENE SHIRLEY, nlmr smirk, Jor-INNIE F 53' ,.,.N- ' E,-As 4 E iw I A W, ,iw A Q, 4 E w s V-, 'X X .,:::,. 2 v.... .M hwy! .E 5 I ,, 5 Aw,--ij., - T .,,, 1 I . 4 "" 1 4. wi, gi e excitement of the predentation of fauorited. SMITH, PAULA SMITHEY, DOUGLAS SPARKS, PATSY SPENCE, MORRIS sP1rzENsEncEn, AGNES sr. cLAm, HELEN srocxs, ANNIE STONE, BETTY 67 TEAGUE, FORREST THOMAS, CHARLES THURMAN, CONLEY THURMAN, DONAH TIDWELL, CARLETA TIDWELL, JEANNETTE TOLER, MARVIN TOMLINSON, SANDRA VANDAVEER, BILL WALKER, BETTY WALKER, NANCY wAuGH, BARBARA WHITE, CAROLYN WILLETT, WANDA woou, NovA wooo, SHARLENE e thrill of your blirdi lziglz Acfzoo! forma . wmcm, EARL S. P. C. MEMBERS Donna Brock, Nancy Norwood, Gu-y Evcm, Jenn Laughlin, Rosemary Hef- Hey, Don Jones, and Bob Bain ZIMMERMAN, ELEANOR S: ' -J ..... , T0,:...,.::.:as55E:,,i Y. .1 .,.... y M . gv 15- gf? . .55 '-.i::""" 5 'jst 1, Q ig Q ,, 3 i r " s 1 x R MA! E A s R vQ - .5 X 4 N55 f , aff E 'Wg ' 'T F "'?iwTg2 is ' ' . er: 3 , 5 A - J by X wx 29" N' 'Q' an 5 S A :.:.asasa3:,. 't " Q K 3- x ,V 9 ,, , 'vs qw ,,,.Q X ,A E . , V 4 x --, ,.:, ffm-M-W.-VM.., 1-1 - '11 W Q. 'E -:E513-.A :' ',"f.:::.:f:,.. , will " " W ig, - -in-v-m.I, -4.-Q... , P f , .,.,Q '- .. , H, V .gg . A "-' H - ' PTI: - b 3?-'1"'-.2 X , ,Q i O ,nw gg. S ,M 4 ix? . ,,., by 5::,:,..,.,:-Q dc. ,qw jk. X , ww :-53: F' W M1 'ig 5 SY A' X ...If .. : ' ."f". ' w inf: ww ,: ' , n, Cliff' -v' :EQ -P: S ,Q ,Q f ---'4 rf, ix-ggsqvg, 4 1 ' f 'M 2 1 Z s f ,wr oofing Siam 1 69 FIRST ROW: Larue Boase, Jean Laughlin, Bonnie Lewis, David Jones, Clayion Yeager, SECOND ROW: Wiley Cow, Penny Terrell, Beverly Cawyer, Bobby Glasgow, Jess Elliotrq THIRD ROW: Elizabeih Burwell, Nancy Norwood, Sandra Parfaln, Jerry Ward, James Johnson, FOURTH ROW: Rosemary Heffley, Gary Evaii, Don Jones, Bob Bain, Miss Williams, Miss Russell, STANDlNG1 Donna Brock, Judy Barham, Elizabeth Brown, Arnold Anderson, Mr. Moser, Lynn Jones, Roberta Loudermilk, Martha Liirlelon, Larry Jones, and Vernon Gunn. tudent Council Each class is represented by seven members on Ohe S. P C., the class president and ihree boys and three girls elected by the class. Members must maintain a "B" average. OFFICERS ELIZABETH BROWN DAVlD JONES PENNY TERRELL LYNN JONES LARRY JONES MISS GAYLE RUSSELL MR, RALPH MOSER MlSS GWEN WILLIAMS Reporier Vice-Presidenl Secretary Treasurer President Sponsor Sponsor Sponsor .P.C. Bonnie, Penny, ond Roberto complete The S. P. C. sponsor- ed project by pickrng up o March of Dimes cord, Mr. Moser, sponsor, Mrke Keohey, Judy Bcrrhcxrn, Sherry Allen, ond Tommy Glosgow cmerxd Ihe Store Studenr Councul Convenllon for l957, Activitie The concession stond ln the 'rec room rs cz source Ol xncome for The S. P. C. Everyone enioys O square dcmce of the S. P. C. sponsored Wesrern Plcy Nlght. 2. lf Sli-LY. Cf N E if l s 2 if 2 FIRST ROVV: Elizabeth Burwell, Marilyn Ferguson, Metzi Hooks, SECOND ROVV: Clinton Arthur, Gerald Madeley, Jana Showalter, Altaras, Scherry Stephens, Penny Terrell, and Da THIRD ROW: Mike Morton, Barbara McKinney, Johnny Wooter Park, Betty Bailey, Bobby Chance, Roberta Halbeii FOURTH ROW LEFT: Toby Kunishige, Jean Laughlin, Betty Walk FOURTH ROW RIGHT: John Latham, Tim Forrest, Bob Bain, ani FIFTH ROW: Cathy Brewer, Alpha Weir, Wayne Crow, Sue Goli, Murray, Standlee Crain, and John Handley. l 1 5 l i l l EF T BAND 1 Clapp, Vivian Mayfield, Donah Thurman, and Sue Ficke. u s IZ Jackson, Sheron Self, Wfayne Packwood, Lana Brannon, David Jverely Cawyer, Fred Green, Philip Madeley, Mike Latham, Harry prman Deisher, Aim Heffington, and Patsy Wooley. , nd Jeannette Tidwell. l mines Latham. v J P P l i Butch Bonsall, Rosemary Heffley, Mary Ami Fromer, Charles TRUMPETS and HORNS CIockvvise FRED GREEN HARRY PARK WAYNE PACKVVOOD JAMES JACKSON SHERON SELF MIKE LATHAM BEVERLY CAWYER BETTY BAILEY PHILIP MADELEY EDU011 LOWER BRASS SECTION CHARLES MURRAY STANDLEE CRAIN JOHN HANDLEY BOBBY CHANCE JOHN LATHAM JAMES LATHAM TIM FORREST BOB BAIN swf FLUTES .JOHN CLAPP SUE FICKE DONAH THURMAN MARILYN FERGUSON ELIZABETH BURWELL METZI HOOKS VIVIAN MAYFIELD embers PERCUSSION SUE GOLIGHTLY CATHY BREWER BUTCH BONSALL ROSEMARY HEFFLEY ALPHA WEIR WAYNE CROW CLARINETS and OBOE MIKE MORTON JANA SHOWALTER JEANNETTE TIDWELL JOHNNY WOOTEN CLINTON ARTHUR GERALD MADELEY JEAN LAUGHLIN BETTY WALKER TOBY KUNISHIGE I .l SAXOPHONES Clockwisez DAVID COLE DAVID ALTARAS LANNA BRANNON POBERTA HALBERT ANN HEFFINGTON PATSY WOOLEY NORMAN DEISHER SCHERRY STEPHENS PENNY TERPELL ,Ml 'K PENNY TERRELL ANN HEFFINGTON SCHERRY STEPHENS ROBERTA HALBERT and SHERON SELF JANA SHOWALTER and JAMES LATHAM STANDLEE CRAIN i W BEVERLY CAWYER 5 QNX' X ' 1957 J 4 H3 H L ,wx 1, A M. ' www din ff a bf L ' Z' 5 BAND STANDLEE CRAIN BEVERLY CAWYER ANN HEFFINGTON PENNY TERRELL JAMES LATHAM JANA SHOWALTER ROBERTA HALBERT SHERON SELF SCHERRY STEPHENS MARILYN FERGUSON OFFI CERS Captain First Lieutenant Second Lieutenant Secrefary Quartermaster Quariermastzr Librarian Librarian Treasurer Reporter MARILYN FERGUSON ,,.,,,....,.,,..N,,..w,......,. , ...ce .. ., Plclurecl me workers of The Slepherwllle Bond Fcms Club as they prepore fo serve the cmnucxl Smorgosbord, The main fund-rcxlsing event held ln behalf of oll bond students in the Stephenvllle Public Schools, December 9 ln the Central Word School Cofereriu. Band Fans Club Flag Bearers PATSY WOOLEY ROBERTA HALBERT PENNY TERRELL CLINTON ARTHUR Drum Mcior , iff " "'- , f . Q f ...., T. ' v PATSY WOOLEY Bond Sweetheu rr MR. SAM HOUSTON Bond Director Top Brass STANDLEE CRAIN Bond Cupmin , A. :., A Bs 2 X 1 ,f f 'Q K K ,Y W W , , , X fl ,4 4 3 y Q if E MQ ' wg , if 5 f 5 X , 23:.E:::.., , ,tb N V: 3' 1: xi EDDIE LEWALLEN Bond Manager 2 W ,,,..:: :wk ?,,QWffT7'4'f-M 1, 1 3 xx XX' ,f ' ...zef 2, if , ': " g zz.. 1 'I 4' 'Q 1 I 5 H e e WW. ' W ' . 1 - 5 ,f 5, kiaezfa.. ff' - el ,-M r :5:I- gy ., , " , . :i:.xIIE'I': ' - '-':'5::::-5 o "5 ' .:w'4lgflg , 4 . -H ---' i Q. Y U ,f 1 X t' KN' ,M X 3 X 1+ , - , .. - , s K , 5-,W S .. P , N NX rg' t ' xx A R 'f , . -, , , , Jef" ' 1 i' 31 M - -0 .I- fx I A .,.,. . - wee f .,, AX 4W ':E-E V 'f 3 5 ' . 1 , Y, ,ii r 3 2 I i W 2 P- , :mil Ji 1 A W QU ,, ', , ff . 4 -zsfff' ' ' " ,v mg -3 g if K 3 Q ,, : , g 5 ...-.--- --- Q ,. 3- ---.. c :Q I :E E f YIILlI ll 7"il W 5 '- X nu p . 1 .vxu 95412 7, XM? . v I 5 n gpg il'-Y' V h A ' . 'lil' ,,,,, I I ' -i ' ' i A if ff -Vv--V I V, , . - - ' 5 Q -- i W 'i-332 5, Neg I ' I' I, 4 , " sg 1 ff-, W ullnsflgliplvi . , - ff Q, A H , DHi'1:i"il 1: A A c . I A ' A 4 '- 1g3,XN,, ' X : k ' A M'1'e' I f ee A 2 ew ' Q - iw- - - -ff Y . . H "" I ,TW f 7 7 : 6 I Marilyn Ferguson Metzi Hooks ajorettes A1111 Heffingtou Scherry Stephens Sheron Self mu my urious CMM, Club. hours ns . ez W was .J H. 3. Bond bucks the Cheerleaders, Did he rnfzife rx touchffiwvn, Drtvifi? S-M.i,LAEH I5 I? 1hU7 funny, Fred? Wcilch where you? going, Clinton' One of those days! re You icst, Penny? V3 ,Mums my Eufiw it Q3 Poopezl players cut ci pep rally. The bonds answer for cl color guard. A faithful "fish4', Act your age, boys! Refreshments after 0 tough performance. Some affiliated horn-blowers. Sharon ond Ann give o big hello to visiting mciorettes Here comes the Yeliow .locket Bond! DI THIBUTI E EDUC TIU OFFICERS THURL KINSEY President COY WILLIAMS Vice-President DONALD FOWLER Treasurer LINDA PLENTL Secretary MARY FARMER Reporter Members prepare for the State D. E. Convention in Austin where some of the members participate in a skit Uni Mary Farmer represents the Iacai club in the state D. E. Sweetheart Contest. THURL KINSEY at WESTERN AUTO Mrs. Sue Dunn, Distributive Education CO-ordinutar, talks with Mr. Dan D'Arcy who trains D. E. students. MARTHA YEATES GT SERVICE DRUG STORE Members enioy lunch together at Jake Br DorotI1y's before going to work. Wmmiwwq MARTHA DENMAN GI HUGON'S DI THIBUTIVE DONALD FOWLER GT PIGGLY WIGGLY YVONNE COPPEDGE at MAJESTIC THEATRE MARY FARMER GI COX'S DEPARTMENT STORE COY WILLIAMS of MAY'S FURNITURE EDUCATIU JUDY BELL UT PENNEYS CARROLL GOLIGHTLY of PIGGLY WIGGLY JAMES LITTLE UI' TRADING POST LINDA PLENTL GI' MITCI-IELL'S STUDIO NANCY RABORN of PERRY'S 5 Sl IO If wry 'En me-1 --1 FIRST ROW: Donna Brock, Joy Cornell, Brenda Jennings, Pat Deavenport, Mildred Spitzenberger, Cathy Brewer, Nita Tarver, LaNell Jones. SECOND ROW: Nancy Moser, Nancy Norwood, Alpha Weir, Mosetto Jackson, Borbaizx Hultnxan, Elizabeth Burwell, Mary Cornell, Kay Smith, Elizabeth Brown. THIRD ROW: Scherry Stephens, Betty Kiikeby, Lincla Davis, Pat Flary, Carolyn Waldrep, Frances Wood, Priscilla Morton, Barbara Miller, Larue Boase, FOURTH ROW: Mike Morton, Douglas Pair, James Angell, Russell Burwell, Buddy Bailey, Larry Jones, A. J. Fuoller, Keith Barbee, Bill Vandaveer, and Bohn Jay Barham. FUTURE TEACHER OFFICERS MARY FARMER MISS GWEN WILLIAMS ALPHA WEIR IIDINRKU JUDY BARHAM FKREL LITTLE LARUE BOASE PRISCILLA MORTON LA NELL JONES 86 Vice- Historian Sponsor Historian President President Treasurer Reporter Secretary Twenty-one members are formally in itiated into the J. Thomas Davis Chap- ter ot the FTA in a Candlelight ceremony. Olficers are also installed at this initiation ond party for mem- bers and FTA friends. Judge Keith Borbee three young couples Beth Malone, UF AMERICA Ferel Little, District Xl FTA president, presides ot the District Convention in Dublin. James Angell takes port in the FTA" contest dl the Dist. Convention. LcxN3ll Jones, student ossistrmf lo Mrs, Lernliervvood, discusses ci Stingerette routine, reads tlwe vows in this yec1r's FTA presenTotion,"Desperme Ambrose," in on attempt to jon in wedlock. They are .lcxmes Jackson, Stinkweed, ond Carolyn Woldrep, Anng Alpha We and Russell Burwell, Sheriff, ond Lc1Nell Jones, Nancy, ond Lorry Jones, Hootowl. E r THE LIBR IW SEATED: Martha Boase, Barbara M1 Wood, Hattie Stephens, Larue Boase, Je Sharon Grizzard, STANDING: Judy Barham, LaVada berger, Keith Barbee, Brenda Day, Calc Mary Cornell, Lanita Merrell, Lucretia Joy Cornell, Norma Teague, Clayton OFFICERS JOY CORNELL FRANCES WOOD CHARLES ELLIOTT NORMA TEAGUE RUDINE GOODMAN MARY BETH DANIELS New members of the Reporter Historian Vice-President President Sec.-Treasurer PorIic1mentoric1n Iibrory SICITT ore initrcxied in n candlelight ceremony. nn Bradley, Donna Roberson, Frances shop, Rudine Goodman, Michele Weleli, lry Beth Daniels. , Dolores Carpenter, Carolyn Wolfen- lalflrep, Charles Elliott, Robert Palmer, , Marilyn Miniurcl, Shirley Hartsfield, ', and Mrs. Cleo Ferguson, librarian. CLUB Martha leothermon, Edo Beth Griffin, cmd Kathryn Fears prepare on attrac- tive bulletin board, His not all work and no ploy - - Libro: fins enioy refreshments of Th close of n staff pony. 6 2 omcmii owl 'Please f V D53-MRM! OFFICERS: Seated: Mary Beth Daniels, Songleaderg Rozelle O'Bryant, First Vice-President: Marilyn Ferguson, Civil Defense Chairman, Patsy Wooley, President, Bonnie Lewis, Third Vice-Presiclenty Scherry Stephens, Treasurer, Penny Terrell, Secretary: STANDING: Dorothy Harrison, Photagscxpher- Roberta Halbert, Pianistg Sheron Sell, Historian, Mildred Spitzenberger, Reporter, Roberta Loudermilk, Sgt.-ritfArmsg Elizabeth Burwell, Fourth Vice-President, Cathey Yarbrough, Third Vice-Presidentp and Judith Martin, Parliarnentarian. FUTURE H0 EMAKEH UF AMEPIIC Scherry Stephens, candidate for the FHA State Degree ot Achievement, Candidates lor the second degree of achievement in FHA, the Chapter confers with her advisors, Mrs. Sammle Pittman and Mrs. Rosellen Degree, are Brenda Jennings, Dorothy Harrison, Roberta Loudermilk, Davis. Barbara Huffman, Mildred Spitzenberger, Bonnie Lewis, Elizabeih Burwell, Sheran Self, and Ann Bradley. y WHHNQ, B BONNIE LEWIS Sepiember SHERON SELF Odober ANN BRADLEY November ELIZABETH BURWELL December ROBERTA LOUDERMILK January SCHERRY STEPHENS February PATSY WOOLEY March BRENDA JENNINGS April MILDRED SPITZENBERGER May 9. gif!! 0 e on m,, I tw: ,fm A embers SENIORS: Front Row: Martin, Cosby McPherson, Willard, Boase, Waldrep. Second Row: Brown, Weir, Wooley Tarver, J. Cornell. JUNIORS: Front Row: Dotson, O'BryanT Stephens, Martin, Littleton, Jordon Kirkeby. Second Row: Albright, Rob erson, Dowell, Cunningham, Keelinq Noland and Terrell, SOPHOMORES: Front Row: Young Sparks, Wood, Grizzard, Miller, Welch Dunn, Waters. Second Raw: Spitzen berger, Mayfield, Anderson, Flory Jennings, Jones, Halbert, Currier Bramlett. Third Row: Golightly, Bur well, Huffman, Hooks, Huey, Looking bill, Holder, Loudermilk, Lewis, Whit worth, and Self. FRESHMEN: Front Row: Keller, Bailey Thurman, Brannon, Bills, Nail, Brewer Frorner, Hendrickson, McCleskey, Torn lison, Jones, Crain. Second Row Rasberry, Stocks, Leatherman, Drennan St. Clair, Leatherman, Deavenport Griffin, Huston, Wood, Henderson Koonsrnan. Third Row: Bostick Laughlin, Stone, Zimmerman, Walker Merrell, Spitzenberger, Tidwell, Greene Ballow, Shirley, Ham, Huston, Sparks and Shelton, Freshmen lionor mothers at tecx. FHA honors incoming Freslwnen with teci. FHA girls present Holiday Fashion Show. Junior Degree condidates plan work. FHA exhibit depicts notioncrl goal, "Understanding our Neighbors or Home and Abroad." .lucly's mother, Mrs. Lindley, is named Honorary Member. elfa .,:n, 4 4 YN Ns :av .wr ae,-ai ber F 1-'Y' A- ' , gi-if " 51" ' . '.?'L':- W 2- FQ-,.'d" in .V Q11 FHA party welcomes new mem- bers. Ann has attention of pre-schoolers. More of The same! Rozelle olso assists in pre-school training. Guests are served ot Holiday Foods Demonstration. Alplwo Weir Wins S. H. S. Betty Crocker 'Hornernciker of Tomorrow' Award. Ge? those football adsl Girls learn to make robe in Home Nursing project. FUTURE PAR EPI OFFICERS CHARLES WARTES Sentinel CHARLES ELLIOTT President BONNIE LEWIS FFA Sweetheart PAUL COOK Vice'President DALE ANDERSON Treosurer MR. BEN GILBERT Sponsor BENNIE MONTGOMERY Reporter DAVID TRAMMELL Porlidrnentorion RONALD HILBURN Second Vice-President JERRY VANDAVEER Secretory MR. RALPH MOSER Sponsor V. A. Ill Class and Other Members: Poyne, McKinney, Elliott, Miss Bonnie Lewis, FFA Sweetheart, Horrell, Hendon, Wortes. Second Row: Mr. Gilbert, Porker, H.Ib:Jrn, Wood, Hendon, Trammell, Lewollen, Miller, McElroy, Mr. Moser. Third Row: Anderson, Powell, Morton, Cowon, Angell, Perkins, ond Johnson. V. A. II Class: Keeney, Whitfield, Vondoveer, Miss, Bonnie Lewis, FFA Sweetheart, Cook, Noil, Ccxthey. Second Row: Mr. Gilbert, Montgomery, Rosberry, G. Mocleley, P. Modeley, Tidwell, C. Bills, Carpenter, D. Bills, T. Quirl, Mr. Moser. Third Row: Turley, Borbee, Rcrsberry, Moseley, Wolloce, ond Ford. Recipients of the Lone Stcxr Aworol ore John Cowon, Charles Elliott, Gorvin Hendon, ond Junior Howie. UF M RIC, V. A. I Class: Johnson, Fenner, Miss Bonnie Lewis, FFA Swszlheort, Carter, Garrett, Second Row: Mr. Gilbert, Thurman, Morrison, Lingle, Wright, Toler, Mr. Moser, Ferguson, Third Row: Philips, Montgomery, Ferguson, Caley, Lowery, and Mcrylielcl. V. A. I Class: First Row: Bray, Dyol, Harris, Miss Bonnie Lewis, FFA Sweetheart, Davis, Knapp, Second Row: Mr. Gilbert, Logan, Basham, McCoy, Srnith, Ogle, Beasow, Owens, Hatcher, Green, Kinsey, Mr. Moser. Third Row: Fisccinnon, Roberson, Reed, Howie, ond Beard. Candidates for the Lone Star Awcxrd ore Sammy Hoirell, Charles Wortes, Darrell Hendon, Eddie Lewallen, and C. R. McKinney. Miss Bonnie Lewis, Stephenville FFA Sweetheart, is chosen District FFA Sweetheart, With Miss Lewis are Sammy Harrell, Area President: Creath Davis, District Presidentg and Charles Elliott, Local President. F. F. . Activities I. Ag. boys patronize FFA concessions. 3, Pciul Cook shows his Hereford, "T-Bone". 5. Local boys exhibit Their pioiects of Ercith County Q, Charles Wcfries shows his registered Rombouillei rom 4. Mi. Moser demonsiroies Cl phase of Wood-working. Fair. 6. Scum Hciireil ierids his Grcxrid Champion Suffolk rom ,www l ew FRONT ROW: Mrldred Cosby Sammy Harrell Ferel Lrrrle Mrss Hacks Mrlclred Sprtzenberger Alpha Werr Moy Farmer, SECOND ROW: Shirley Leollwerrnan Marllna Denman Agnes Sprfzenberger Barbara Yardley Sandra rc Berry Kirkeby, James Angell Sue be Clwrrst John Cowan Gorvln Hendon Martha Boase Cynrlwrc' Cork Sue Ercke Lanria Merrell Prrscxlla Morton Edo Grrffrn and Dronne Ballow Meditation Club OFFICERS MlSS PEARL HICKS Sponsor MILDRED SPITZENBERGER Vice-President ALPHA WEIR President SAMMY HARRELL Reporter FEREL LITTLE Assisronf Song Leader MARY FARMER Program Cornrnrlleemufl MlLDRED COSBY Piorvisf MARTHA DENMAN Secretory SHIRLEY LEATHERMAN Treasurer ERMA WHITWORTH lNaf Picluredl Song Leader Members prepare 0 devotion. Science Club OFFICERS DOUGLAS PAIR ROBERT PALMER MR. FRED CRABTREE ARNOLD ANDERSON GEORGE BREWER Vice- Reporter President Sponsor' President Secretary Robert assists Arnold as he explains a problem at a regular meeting. MEMBERS: lFirst Rowl Charles Elliott, Eugene Byrd, Robert Palmer, lSecond Rowl Jomes Lotham, Franklin Richardson, Douglas Poir, llhird Rovvl George Brewer, Dovid Jones, Lorry Jones, Lynn Jones, Clayton Yeager, Jerry Billlngsley, Eddie Fenner, lFoUrth Rovvl Don Moser, Gerald Modeley, Horry Pork, Elizabeth Brown, Beverly Cowyer, Philip Modeley, James Leothervvood, John Moser, lStondingl Arnold Anderson, Clinton Arthur, Mr. Crabtree, Perry Slngleton, and Judy Cato. ath Club OFFICERS MRS. JOY TERRY Sponsor PHNUP MADELEY Secrerclry-Treasurer GERALD MADELEY Presidenr MR. A, D. HILEURN Sponsor GEORGE BREWER Reporter JAMES LATHAM Vzce-President Members take port in cl gloss blowing experiment 45031 Gerald Modeley, George Brewer, Philip Modeiey, BrNy Barley, Perry Srngkron, Shirley Watson, Mr. Frances Ferguson, 4 Hllbum, W. C. Shelton, Lindo Dovns, James Lemherwood, Borboro McKinney, ond Mrs. Terry look on Us Jclmes Lmhom prepares nmferrcds for on expermve I lj "v--Nwwfff 1-L. it uf Mrs. Isbell and officers, Joy Cornell, Priscilla Morton, David Las Jones, Judy Cato, George Brewer, meet to discuss activities for the club. OFFICERS PRISCILLA MORTON JOY CORNELL DAVID JONES JUDY CATO GEORGE BREWER Ballow Cavvyer Cosby Altaras Barham Cato Evott Carpenter Cornell President Secretary Treasurer Reporter Sgt. -at-Arms Boase Chance Fears Bonsall J. Clapp sz Flory Chaquetas enioy luncheon at a Thursday noon meeting in the Club Room. Las Chaquetas Booth M. Clapp Handley W? Bradley Clayton Harrison Brewer Cleveland D. Jones Burwell Cole D. Jones ..,, , E X. ' .,., : :B . -' fr l N All yy ...:aaii" .,.. 3 .- r ,- ..., - W , fs V A 'M .,.,,.,,, was V . M-if X Y W " ,. fi . l g,:g.. "'-' :sf J -:H A -1 VV A y V on ,gr -V - ix .:-.:::ss'I+ X 'f -3. ,,.,. ,W z " "" r X . J ,. .... "" ' f , "": ,,,,. - 'M .,,,,. A A i Q .. . 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Z ..-,AA.,,: E ,:,:.:,, I IDI y lllv V , 5 f '--' ' A ,,," 'Q gmg fgis, ,ye QXQQ Q 4 63 . . 1 l "?Q"" " ' ,gi -4 29 ,, ll l W1 ' ' OFFICERS COACH ROACH Sponsor LYNN JONES Secretory-Treasurer JIM COLEMAN President PAUL COOK Vice-President TOMMY LOUTHERBACK Sgrfot-Arms COACH MILLER Sponsor COACH MCCALL Inofpicfuredl Sponsor i958 "A" Teorn lettermen ore: FRONT ROW, Dee White, Poul Cook, Guy Golden, Tommy Glasgow, Jim Coleman, Russell Burwell, Chorles Elliott, SECOND ROW, Jerry Word, Lynn Jones, Bobby Glasgow, Mike Fleming, Ross Grief, Tommy Lourherbock, George Brewer, Wilbert Parker, THIRD ROW, Billy Boiley, Eugene Byrd, Jerrel Horris, lorry Jones, FOURTH ROW, Phillip Cleveland, Bohn Joy Borhom, Arnold Anderson, Mike Keohey, Johnny Hancock, m1wmf4w . mungwv'-frwem-:wwf We 4m u-w :4Qwesmsle 'mm ,mmw,wf.:.:S:f, ---ww. Mwmniuzwsvff ' vans-n-in-:mmf Lm embers SENIORS: First Row, Franklin Wood, Bohn Jay Barham, Jim Coleman, Lynn Janes, Guy Golden, Tommy Glasgow, Larry Jones, Back Row, Hollis Skill- man, Tommy Loutherback, Wilbert Parker, Mike Keahey, Arnold Anderson, and Russell Burwell. JUNIORS: First Row, Jerrel Harris, Charles Wartes, Beverly Cowyer, Calvin Bills, Ronald Hilburn, Johnny Hancock, Dole Anderson, James Johnson, Back Row, T. J. Nail, Eugene Byrd, Mike Fleming, Dwayne Christian, Dee White, Jerry Ward, George Brewer, Ross Grief, Paul Cook, and Bobby Bailey. SOPHOMORES: First Row, Bob Keeney, David Cole, Larry Cooper, Grady Russell, Jess Elliott, Billy Bailey, Vernon Gunn, Bobby Glasgow, Phillip Cleveland, Charles Still, and Don Jones. fume 1-ma-asfwv-X f,t...4.w-w,w.,t hmmm FRESHMEN: First Raw, Bill Vondayeer Wesley Booth, Mac Hancock, Johnny Oliver Don Jones, Bobby Sanford, Deon Owens Bock Row, John Handley, Dan Moser Dee Deisher, Tommy Cox, Douglas Srnithey Danny Carpenter, John Laird, David Hall mark, and Larry Si:hmidt,lSeniorl 5h1'1 blV' 5? ..,. .,.., LK 1958 5 I Y- Sa! S1111 -'Sw BATTLE QF LAKE ERXE U8 3 5620 ns' Of 0 ww SUEZ fe MAECH M05 we 18 5 Mrk 0 9,6 fl wa, '25 .W wwf vw ' 932215 551151420 411 M1'j.,,f F EBR ARY GIRLS' P. E. CLASSES The girls' physical education classes promote good sportsmanship, increase physical fitness, and develop an appreciation for the sincere efforts of one's classmates. CENTER: Barbara Howell, Captain, CLOCKWISE, starting center front, Amy Cunningham, Nell Roberson, Jenni: Albright, Jacquieta Kirby, LaNeIle Cole, Cynthia McMahon, Michele Welch, Kcrty Waters, Lou Martin, Ann Maikell Brenda Jennings, Roberta Loudermilk, Bonnre Lewis, Carol Case, Terrell Starnes, Jan Lookingbill, Nanci Henclriclcson Donna Roberson, Cynthia Cork, Irene Green, Dolores Carpenter, Annie Stocks, Patsy Zimmerman, Lanita Merrell Dorothy Bunch, Wanda Golightly, Ann Bradley, Sharon Grizzard, Betty Stone, Dianne Ballovv, Conito Clayton Frances Wood, Mosetta Jackson, Lolcx Hughes, Karen Shoemaker, Sherry Allen, Elsa Logan, Helen McClesky, Joy- Richardson, Linda Keeling, Marte Dove, Nancy Norwood, Paula Smith, Rayclene Drennan, Marie Pogue, Sharon Dawell tingerettes MRS ANNIE LEATHERWOOD Sponsor MARTHA LITTLETON Secretary-Treasurer NELL ROBERSON Sgt.-at-Arms LA NELL JONES President BAREARA HOWELL Captain SHERRY ALLEN Vice-President BARBARA HOWELL Copmm A M'4 fiaw,3sL1.zae3erIL mrwseyrnazmwimdhwmzxxiewmmifrmwvvwebefm yin W I " ?,'v 'Q 'sg I 7, N 5 I' 'H' sw ,FXS 'IQ JF -x 3 lwivuq lik? 4. 9 - ,, . if S lv if 6 f x rf if, . .f W -Q ,"' '1Q Wd The ch FEREL Ll NO eerleuders sfo TTLE RMA TEAGUE A. J. FIDLER SANDRA PARTAIN DAVI rfed boosiin D JONES JUDY BARHA M Clleerleaders g S,H.S. Spirit of one of the first assemblies, Da vid, Norma, F erei, cmd Jud i ii y spend on oifvperiocl pclim ing .f M Rial yi To The Blue and The Gold By G1'1lc'1' f,VlIlllIlIf"I' C'0Ill'ff51f Here's a toast to Stephenville High, We her praises ever sing, Stand. and cheer her name once againg Loudly may the echoes ring. Fill a glass for happy times, Sons and daughters ever true, Always holding deep in loyal hearts The Spirit of the Gold and Blue. To the Blue - - to the Gold - - To our school and its glorious historyg To our faith - - to our zeal - - To the days we remember so joyfully. To the Blue - - to the Gold - - May we carry our banner to Victoryg To our 'hopes - - to our dreams - - To the world we shall make ours some day. Here's to all our glorious past, He1'e's to our victories won - - Here's to glorious future years, For our fame has just begun. Fill a glass for happy times, Sons and daughters ever true, Always holding deep in loyal hearts The Spirit of the Gold. and Blue Jackets break Through this sign coming onto the field vio The Spirit Tunnei for the Dublin game. Here they stand by the finished product before pep roliy. 'X A i 5 X Q1 'Q l xl , Q ly the ri fn... Some of the activities of ihe Booster l. Preparing and serving 5 meals home games. 2. Forming a living tunnel before 3. Filming football games. 4. Furnishing transportation after football work-ours to boys living out of Town. 5. Financing chartered bus to Waco University High. 6. Purchasing sun lamp and proi department. 7. Sponsoring annual Athletic Ban I Cheerleaders precede boys Thrau II Tommy cuts his birthday cake a game. lll Boys board bus to Waco. Boo. ter Club Yellow Jacket Boosters at a regular weekly meeting hear Mrs. Leta Barham, secretary, before viewing film of last week's Jacket game, Club have been: before and after all games. ector for athletic quei April l5. gh ronnell. fter second home Q.. M I -,wx 1 N , , J, ,, , 1, X, 1 k, Lf V7 ,f J .x 'J 5 ,I ,X xxx ,- c,1,,,!Ll,9 ixfxjlh! 1 . ff ., X. -V -5-V. - ' f f ky Manx w, MIKE KEAHEY - Captain Senior - 3 Letters Number 45 1 Weight 175 Fulibock-Linebacker FOOTBALL JIM COLEMAN - Captain ARNOLD ANDERSON Senior - 3 Letters Senior - 3 Letters Number 68 V Weight T68 Number 75 - Weight 190 Guurdiinebucker Tackle FOOTBALL GUY GOLDEN TOMMY GLASGOW TOMMY LOUTHERBACK Senior - 3 Lefiers Senior - 2 Letters Semor .1 Levers Number 44 - Weight 150 Number 93 - Werght 165 Number 78 Werght 210 Holfbock K ,Q .. 4M35g5,:5sgg:5,:fgfazgzgf :L 5 5 , , y X Q N . , 5 f . ::: . ra. 1 q My f - , uv. pm X. 4 Q. M10 f av 1 4--., K X5 X Y 4 nr . X fy cg vsgbgiia ,3fkiff5S,,T5f aff, L"1wnkf,5', 9,44-.,, A-' - A V -.,p,K, we A .1 ' fgf5i??S!ilI Qfi4W2"sIi2fl my ii End-Linebacker Tackle -'ri . If . a -fF'f3 aww, SLS' 2 if-8: - ' - f fffrff ' 'swag iw 1 , , lgiqfg' " 'DQR fx 1, ,. ay - 'S 14' ffm ' ' "?'q"w wr iirwiwqiy .A Y,-1 14 x Q 51 4 kk, Q A E' Q g . Q ,E y R N' KY Y -gg. '- ff ' 'K FRANKLIN WOOD Senior - 2 Letters Number 34 - Weight 150 Hoifbock FUUTBO WILBERT PARKER Senior A 2 Letters Number 67 - Weight 185 Guard LL RUSSELL BURWELL Senior - 2 Letters Number 65 - Weight i85 Guard 2 1 ,B -, my 1-w fvrfy 5 ..-5,5,35:5r,y 3 f. ' -"' ' ,.: ..,, fig 3 -Q Or W 5' :- - "2 fr A A 5 Q '14 ,Q H +1 wt' 5' .avg .f',4': , HOLLIS SKILLMAN Senior - 2 Letters Number 73 - Weight i9O Tackle if J Q 1 11. ly ,, fu 1 5 .... :wi ' l ,z .. '-Ir' -::::::ssEaa::., ' ,. O' ....,. O X I X V - , g:::::::::-,::,, '.:.:::,:5:" 3 A -rfsaaizisilg ' W W It X .1 2' L , -s , wsiwl Mgmt.. V Urxvx 4 M f, 2 7, if L w.J"r.,w we J - ' .x r,"-,K-, 'itgmnf ' 'hrya-v fra' . 'Uhr ., . ww uw" - it 4,5 4 P' "Tx 't FTM ' 'ir 5 Y az AS M Y Y x Y iii 7 ":i, i 21. , 3: Saw, ,M ,,,,' 2. ,,.v :.,., , 1 Yr 'Wh Oi 'N , uznaxw - 1 . -'wmv -,ww -mn-ng -s E it W, mn-v:m:f. mmnu-n my M-.M -an .s m11r MELTON LOWERY Senior - 1 Leiter Number 94 - Weight 190 End . Q ge. Nw! ,wh W, -mari Q 'Sy Q X FOOTBALL BOHN JAY BARHAM Senior - 1 Leiter Number 33 - Weight 125 Holfbczck SSW? maxi W, CHARLES ELLIOTT Senior - 1 Lefier Number 90 - Weight 145 End-Linebacker LARRY JONES Senior - 2 Letters Number 41 V Weigh? 145 Hoifbczck WW W I' -M w 1 A NJKW ww Q 4 - 1 1323 v 752,-1 f , W, . W, s, Q PAUL COOK Junior - 2 Leirers Number 56 - Weigh? 200 Ceriier an FOOTBALL EUGENE BYRD Junior - 1 Letter Number 50 - Weight 185 Center-End ROSS GRIEF Junior - I Letter Number 30 - Weigh? 165 Hcxlfbock MIKE FLEMING Junior - i Letier Number 42 - Weight IBO Fuilbnck-Linebucker may DEE WHITE Junior - I Letter Number IO - Weigh? 175 Quarterback 19 1- " ' , M r K NN , , as 4 4' W ,QS Q 2 J - , ur" 51 Y my-ev '- .- 42 -P ' ,P - , X l NS U ,hx 0, fm b W' , 1-:Ki VV 9 . V ,, , , V ,Z ,.,, -Q-'ww X J -A My..- ' Q? K2 V .Zigi E-,LX3?:2n'm' 5J'Aj51r,3ifqww wi' .. Aww- 'M-xr' R W MM,-V, ,x r '..S:.v'5ff.i my W I' E131 wee, 'bf w .I nu 553.55 35-:. .... I 2 eq, Z? ""' Z 'tag , Q.l,rsA 2 :A 2,3 F- A ,.-. 'EVE " ...- sf Ski? aj s X 3. ,..iS,,fQ 1 3' S Marx N. rqfffvf 3 L ' Q. W , ,Awami Y g i W sz ,. . .... Q E xffgw ,Q -,. wg Tien, QA .,w . .K ., xv K 'Tm - . -5 - , ,gays ,iw f x my ,iff F ' fx fx , 2 , ri, -X , Q A-L , , g :spew .,,3i,,, N , ,mark bfwfifff X - 361 .Aj x ' , 3 u i, M' w i. A ' - .Q 25f'w:fJ22:r Ia 1.4-2713-w .,,Q,y-aim W t W: E i mx-gsvffr P age 3 lr E ' WAX, Qgfw m X ,N Q ll' 2. -, G gif ,. , K TX Surg N E ,5Er+s,w 1 "QQ . Q ' e V. M4 - J 1 N ,f' 5 QQ-: X '- , Nm H' 'Q f -, . A ' I5 lg 41 ' - - 11, . ' f x A6 9329A-' SL 9 Q' Q .M . K5 f, qixuaw.. me 4 'nga ' EK ,lx A His.. '+ f .ia 'K w e if , FOOTBALL JERREL HARRIS Junior - 1 Letter Number 77 - Weight 180 Tackle ups! L Y jzfzr s....v-f ,.1aulAw.lIsrf.'mW l meal FUUTBI-LLL CHARLES WARTES JOHNNY HANCOCK CALVIN BILLS Junior - Tackle Junior - 1 Letter Junior V Tackle Number 71 - Weight 240 Number 92 - Weight T70 Number 35 - Weight End ss- Kwgfx. "if Q Qfxvvy-r i1Givve ua nr' A we mm6x1rw ,rfr1:nfs!!zvwvsi 1n!ziu5x A: 1' RONALD HILBURN Junior - Guard 225 Number 88 - Weight 150 ur-lift zsixxmxefsm 4 M112 LU! U HL !-xml wi s.i.w-SE FOOTBALL BOBBY GLASGOW VERNON GLINN Sophomore V 1 Letter Sophomore - End Number 11 - Weight 150 Number 91 - Weight 150 Quarterback way , ,434-1 .wi Q gf M Wfwwasfafw wwf' N if My fr 'f':'r.5:f,f- ' fl '1' V-:YQ i'f,',"rf""-llj mf ,T Aff, .,..4. L, if 3 L?,e'TJ, f 1' '1 I3 .' ,Q ,A- 7 mme www iwaswwdl WWI JOHN LAIRD Freshman - Tackle Number 79 V Weight 190 wg, 'fag 29,4 I Ll , ' ' 'r 1 .-.15 :4w.Na,x:95Vm4s 1 ' MANAGERS LYNN JONES PHILLIP CLEVELAND BILLY BAILEY W my ww., ,MQ F' i -. x T ' n I bl 3, . Y 3' ix v---1 x2:l' FRONT ROW: Parker, Grief, Laird, Hilburn, ' MIDDLE ROW: Wood, Elliott, Golden, T. Glasg BACK ROW: Coach Miller, Coach McCall, Burwell, Skillm THE I957 ' aufvv CAC. W., ,, K l Byrd, Hancock, B. Glasgow, Barham, VVard. Dole man, Fleming, Jones, Lowery, Harris, Cook. l rewer, Loutherback, Anderson, Keahey, White, Bills, Wa1'tes. r--ge 1 FOOTBALL SCOREBOARD Stephenville Stephenville Stephenville Stephenville Stephenville Stephenville Stephenville Stephenville Stephenville Stephenville 9 .3 0 U 26 19 O 90 0 -7 :J-D 6 6 14 6 Comanche Brownwood Mineral Wells Weathe1'fo1'd Brewer Dublin Cameron University High La Vega Killeen The 1957 Yellow lockers ore ably coploinecl by seniors Mike Keohey flower leftl ond Jim Coleman Iobovel unol Junior Pcwl Cook lrightl. This is Mike's second yeor os coploin. This yeor's football coaching stuff consists of Head Coach Scoif McColl llefll, Assisiont Cooch Damon Miller lcenierl, ond "B" Team Cooch Herschel Roach lrightl. FOOTBALL lhe i957 Yellow Jackets present their sweetheart, Miss Mary Farmer, at The half of the La Vega game. Pictured ave Dee White llOl, Captain Mike Keahey l45l, Sweetheart Mary Fcxrrner, Captain Jim Coleman l68l, Captain Paul Cook l56l, Bohn Jay Barham l33l, and Eugene Byrd with members of the Band and Stingerettes. FUUTB LL 'Ihese fourteen Seniors play their lasr season for the Yellow Jackets in Eohn Jay Barham l33I, Gay Golden MAI, Tommy Glasgow l93l, Larry Parker l67l, Franklin Wood l34l, Melton Lowry l94l, Tommy Loutherback and Russell Burwell l65l. ..,.,,,, 1957: Charles Elliott l9Ol, Jim Coleman lo3l, Jones l4l l, Arnold Anderson l75l, Wilbert l78l, Hollis Skillman l73l, Mike Kealiey l45l, be " " no ...-711 of 2 :df im 5 f, r W FRONT ROW: Oliver, Slill, Johnson, Anderson, Vondeveer, Hallmark, Jones, Sanford, Harris, Handley. MlDDLE ROW: Kinvbell, Noll, Wall, Bcrshorn, Boucher, Moser, Booth, Cowyer, Ellrorl, Jones, Hancock, lmgr,l BACK ROW: Coach Roach, Cole, Sparks, Russell, Sones, Keeney, Smillwey, Cox, Cooper, Chrlsrlan, Corpenfer, Boley. "B" TEAM FUUTB LL Keohey runs against Cameron, Wood outruns Dublin. Colden sweeps Comeron's end. White scores againsr Mineral Wells , W 1 at X V zlysg ' f 1 S x ,Q w . E W 1 Q Y "A" Team Boys' Game naps Wood takes ci Ioy-up against University. White shoots ugoinst Brownwood. Colemon brings the bull down ogcxinst Brownwood. Golden drives. Golden shoots. Wood tries o iurnp shot ogoinst Cameron. it i 4 S is 5 F: E 3 i sf-uummmaimnn ,mn mmwma .mwfwaummm m w m - lq 1 ,wan-n-1 if "yr f 35 39525 '23 '53 3 Coleman, T, Glasgow, Hancock, Sparks, Wood, White, Coach M.ller,SchlnidT, Grlel, Gunn, Golden, B. Glasgow, Cowyer. Stephenville Stephenville Stephenville Stephenville Stephenville Stephenville Stephenville Stephenville Stephenville Stephenville Stephenville Stephenville Stephenville Stephenville Stephenville Stephenville Stephenville Stephenville Stephenville Stephenville "A" TEAM ogy is SIQETB LL SCOREBOARD 1957-1958 46 Mineral Wells 51 Tolar 60 Glen Rose 38 Granbury 43 De Leon 39 Dublin 46 Castleberry 47 Mineral NVells 39 Santa Annu 45 Granbury 39 Brownwood 55 Brownwood 47 Cameron 48 University High 45 La Vega High 52 Killeen 47 Cameron 47 University High 54 La Vega High 46 Killeen 511 39 41 50 40 28 44 48 47 58 43 53 48 31 47 58 46 51 0 J r- 12 MANAGERS: Eugene Byrd Und Billy EQEH ,1 Bo ,, ,M 1 I 1 FRANKLIN WOOD JIM COLEMAN GUY GOLDEN TOMMY GLASGOW Number 23 - Senior Number 35 - Senior Number 21 Y Senior P-iunzber 270 - Senior 168 Points 150 Points T80 Points 13? Paints De Leon AlI,Tou:nament De Leon Tournament Outstanding Piciyer B AL K E I B LL W L, Sl ,Awww Ross Grief takes cn lump shot against University High. Jurn Coleman takes a Nay-up against La Vega Higt 2 5 3 A 2 5 if 2 Z fi ii 'iif Ay 1 SN Wi JVQWWN ,,,,,f.-A-'W""""'.h Schmidt shoois cxgclinsf The Universlfy High Troicms. Coleman Trikes U jump sho! UgUin5T Universiry, LARRY SCHMIDT DEE WHITE ROSS GRIEF BEVERLY CAWYER Number 24 -. Senioi Number 34 W Junior Number SO f Junior Number 33 - Junior 40 Poinis i63 Points 25 Points 1 Poini is . X Q 3 L 4. M JOHNNY HANCOCK BOBBY GLASGOW VERNON GUNN JERRY SPARKS Number 25 - Junior Number QQ - Sophomore Number 31 - Sophomore Number 32 S Sophomcre 9 Points SKETB LL "B" TEAM LIFT 'IU RIGHT: Ehiott, Clevekxnd, Monfgovwiry, Knighr, Wooley, Cooch Miller, Cox, RIchcxrdsor1,VC1I'1CfSV6f, DEZSVICV, Brock, SCmfOVd WKUGSUHQI- We fm? Mi il M Q 3 130 Ross Giief iumps vvifh a Mineral Wells 'B' Teamer. The "B" Team sers for o rebound. Gunn drives against the Killeen HB' Team. Rosemary Heffley has iroubie wirh the We-arherford "B" team Rudine Goodman drives against The Weatherford "B" team. Hancock Takes a lay-up against the Mineral Wells "B" Team Stephenville Stephenville Stephenville Stephenville Stephenville Stephenville Stephenville Stephenville Stephenville Stephenville Stephenville Stephenville Stephenville Stephenville Stephenville Stephenville Stephenville Stephenville FRONT ROW: Hetfley, Bollow, Drennon, Stephens, Deovenporl, Jones, Lee BACK ROW: Jo McPherson, Roulsfon, Mercer, Couch Roach, Jeonefte McPherson, Richurdso BA HETB LL 45 Mineral Wells 40 37 De Leon 55 76 Weatherford 22 46 Brewer 55 41 Hamilton 39 36 Hamilton 41 24 Granbury 32 45 Tolar 54 29 Decatur 45 31 Comanche 25 23 De Leon 37 25 Blanket 29 53 Strawn 26 44 Comanche 39 35 Glen Rose 50 53 Mineral Wells 57 83 Weatherford 33 34 Brewer 58 :aww-amy. 1 m:- X 3 , '55 -w ..w,qN5k - Af w 1 . NW .lvl-f -:,:- x K , . , . V"-L. X' 'iw xv x X KATHRYN FEARS LOIS ROULSTON ROSEMARY HEFFLEY f sg! r an Qu? fr .n n . s . f 4 55 1 .,A..., "2 Z '-1 I rasasasasasar Si, ,f Sophomore - Forward Sophomore - Guard Freshman - Forward 225 Points 2 Points "B" Team PAT DEAVENPORT RAYDENE DRENNAN CECILIA BALLOW Freshman - Guard Freshman - Forward Freshman - Forward "B" Team 287 Points 73 Pornfs r ,F F - ,r.ra ,, - , 4 - Vg FXS iv 3 4 GIRLS' "B" TEAM -WM. rpg E Goodman, Fears, Deaverrporf, Srorre, Wiley, Brock, Noland, Bishop, Coach Roach. REX gf 5 A N ,E r, .F Qxf , ' ' F .V saw . - fx .. , r f . rflfff , ,,,,,,,,,,,,, . .I ..... , L , - ' X L X ,. s 5 1 M , Y A 5 X , X av E X as 4 A 2 I fx TW 1 4,3 rg , V Q M551 4 459513 .,,, , if iNiR53ENifYl "A" TEAM GIRLS' GAME SNAPS Girls' basketball manager, Betty Jo Doshier, Kttten Fears lumps against Brewer. Cecilia Ballovv takes a lay-up Cectlia Ballow drives against Weatherford. Raydene Drenncm against Weatherford Hattie Fay Stephens takes the ball from Weatherford. Kitten out jumps Weatherford. FRONT ROW: Larry Jones, Lynn Jones, Little, Glasgow, Elliott, Barham, Burwell lmgr.l. BACK ROW: Arthur, McLarty, Keahey, Wood, Andersort, Golden, Grief, Brewer, Coach Roach, NOT PICTURED: Loutherback, Cline, Yancy, Bass, Christian, Sanford. THE 1958 TRACK TEAM started slowly, picking up only a few scattered points in rhe Brady Relays, the Southwestern Recreation Meet, the Bluebonnet Relays, and Tarleton Relays. The I9-man teani developed first place power by the Killeen Relays, where Wood won the 220, Golden won the -440, Barham won the 880, and the sprint relay team l.lones, Golden, Keahey, and Woodl and the mile relay team lBarham, Keahey, Grief, and Goldenl won first place trophies. Wood placed second in the IOO and Jones was Second in the 220 to give the team enough points to take second place trophy. At the 9AA District Meet Wood retained his sprint titles, as Jones placed third in both the IOO and 220. Golden broke his own 440 record, with Keahey finishing second. Barham broke his own 880 record, as did the sprint and mile relay teams. Loutherback got the only other first place in the shot put. Other paints came from a second in the low hurdles by Grief, third in the high hurdles by Grief and the broad iump by Wood, and third place ties in the high lump by Grief and the pole vault by Elliott, and fourth places from Arthur in the mile run, Brewer in the discus, and Golden In the broad iunftp. Wood received the district high-point trophy. Golden finished second in the 440 and Barham finished second in the 88Oat the Region QAA Meet, to qualify for the State Meet, while Wood finished third in the 220 and fourth in the IOO. 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THE SPRINT RELAY TEAM: Jones, Golden, Keohey, Wood, ond Grief lollernciiel. 3. GRIEF TAKES A LOW. 4. MCLARTY WORKS WITH THE SHOT. 5, MILERS CLINTON ARTHUR AI-ID LYNN JONES. 6. THE MILE RELAY TEAM: Jones lAl1ernu1eJ, BARHAM, GRIEF, GOLDEN, AND KEAHEY lNOT PTCTUREDI. 7. THE BATTERY - Pitchers Hollis Skillman, Tommy Loutherbock, ond Dee White - Cotcher Mil-ce Keohey, 8. THE lNFlELD - Jim Coleman, Tommy Glasgow, Johnny Honcock, Burch Henry, and Mike Fleming. 9. THE OUTFIELD - Beverly Covvyer, Vernon Gunn, Lorry Schmidt, ond Don Jones. FRONT ROW: Cawyer, Hancock, Gunn, Coleman, Fleming, Glasgow, Janes BACK ROW: Henry, Skillman, Loulherback, Keahey, Schmidt, While. BA EBALL Since the Yellow Jacket goes to press before The baseball season, we do not have a record of The 1958 baseball season. Several af the boys are playing for their fourth year as regulars, and The new-corners have acldeal strength To The Team. Tommy Lourherback, Hollis Skillman, Dee While, Tommy Glasgow, Beverly Cowyer, anal Jerry Brock will do the pitching with Mike Keahey, Jim Coleman, and Doug Smithey calching. Mike Fleming, Tommy Glasgow, Vernon Gunn, Bobby Glasgow, and Balch Henry are available for The infield, and Jim Coleman, Beverly Cawyer, Dee While, Tommy Loutherback, and Hollis Skillman will play in The aulfield. TOMMY LOUTHERBACK JIM COLEMAN TOMMY GLASGOW bw Nm 'aw f,?S:i1 ,sz,f:'4fwsmfmmQtx .m Qmmm - UW' N' ,W Epi 45525, 555315563 v x 'K E Q M 5 3 , Y, .." A - " LE R L R il K L E XL 'A Q QQ. Emi, KE!-9 hi , 5 , V , 5 'Q WAFS 5 QU 4 A . 5 f , . gs , . Q K , 9 --'- , Q 1 i 3 , Q 3 3 ' ' L f 3 5 f L - is is f ff? H5315 L 'Y 222 :Q 1 A , nf x .ag iggzzqrigllg iff R 41 X' ff my ,Mg xy, K tm 5 X Q 5,.fg-'ft -,:,-K l ALM x , S A 0545 fi - mai HOLLIS SKILLMAN BUTCH HENRY LARRY SCHMIDT DEE WHITE MIKE FLEMING BEVERLY CAWYER JOHNNY HANCOCK VERNON GUNN DON JONES 141 Since only two schools in the district have golf tea Jess Elliott putts as the other golfers watch. Richardson, Ml UR PORT BOYS' TENNIS GIRLS' TENNIS Hancock, Henry, Billingsley, Jones, Yeager. Davis, McGinnis, Drennan, Watson, Ballow, , Awww' MTI! 2.59 The i958 golf team is composed of Dan Moser, Coy Williams, Don Weldon, Jess Elliott, and Eugene Byrd. FHS, our golf team went to the Regional Tournament automat- ically. They placed third in Regional competition. 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""' ww 5 5 Mx Runners-Up Judy Barham LaNe1l Jones SCHOOL SWEETHEART MOST REPRESENTATIVE Franklin Wood Ann Heffington MOST REPRESENTATIVE SENIOR FAVORITE Runners-Up Sandra Partaiu Paul Cook JUNIOR FAVORITE JUNIOR FAVORITE Clinton Arthur Roberta Loudermilk SOPHOIVIORE FAVORITE SENIOR FAVORITE Runners-Up Nancy Norwood Bobby Glasgow SOPHOMORE FAVORITE FRESHMAN FAVORITE Paula Smith Norman Deisher FRESHMAN FAVORITE FRESHMAN FAVORITE "A" HUNUH ROLL Below are listed names of students who have made all A's and the number of times each has made the honor roll during the first four six-weeks periods. The first semester honor roll is included. SENIORS Arthur, Clinton Barham, John Ed Barham, Judy Bell, Judy Cato, Judy Cornell, Joy Lynn Cornell, Mary Beth Golden, Guy Harrell, Sam Cox, Wiley Flathers, Janice Fleming, Mike Jones, Martha Massingill, Joy Miller, Linda Cole, David, Flory, Pat Halbert, Roberta Lewis, Bonnie Ballow, Cecilia Boucher, John Brock, Donna Cork, Cynthia Crain, Evelyn Davis, Darwin Deavenport, Pat Deisher, Norman Drennan, Raydene Evatt, Gary Fenner, Edwin Griffin, Eda Beth Ham, Jo Ellen Jackson, Jimmy Jones, Mary Koonsman, Janice Laird, John JUNIORS SOPHOMORES FRESHMEN Jones, David Jones, La Nell Pair, Douglas Palmer, Robert Schmidt, Larry Smith, Kay Teague, Norma Sue Watson, Shirley Moseley, Linda Packwood, Wayne Showalter, Jana Stephens, Scherry Terrell, Penny Villines, Gloria Loudermilk, Roberta Macleley, Gerald Madeley, Philip Self, Sheron Laughlin, Jean McClanahan, Patricia McCleskey, Helen Moser, Dan Ogle, Thurman Roberson, Donna Smith, Paula Spitzenberger, Agnes Thurman, Donah Tidwell, Jeannette Tomlinson, Sandra Walker, Betty Walker, Nancy White, Carolyn Wood, Nova Zimmerman, Patsy 'HU' HU E aybe itil true., Maybe it Hain Jin! afnyway if wad!! Row Row 2 Row 3 Row 4 'I BONNIE and BOBBY PENNY and CHARLES KATIE and TOMMY PHYLLIS and GEORGE MARIE and PAUL PATSY and HOLLIS BERTA and LARRY NANCY and J ERRY PAULA and FRANKLIN Row 'I JIM and NORMA SUE ANN and LARRY CLINTON and LaNELL Row 2 ANN and MIKE JAMES and SCHERRY KAY and A, J. Row 3 TOMMY and JAN SHIRLEY and SAM CYNTHIA and ROSS Row 4 GUY and JUDY LIZ and FEREL MARY ond WILEY h0's Who At . . . Outstanding Work in various classes is recognized by the selec- tion of students named to Who's Wlio at S. H. S. Thirty-four students have been chosen by faculty members as the outstanding representatives from each class. Scholarship and partici- pation in extra-curricular activities are the two-fold basis for the fac- ulty choices. Students not pictured at right are Clinton Arthur, Band and Trigo- nometry, Mike Keahey, Football, Donah Thurman, Business Math. TOP TO BOTTOM: Raydene Drennan, Basketball, Cecilia Ballow, General Math, Eda Beth Griffin, Homemaking I, Nanci Hendrickson, English I, Tommy Glasgow, Basket- ball, John Boucher, General Science, Philip Ferguson, V. A. I, Dorothy Harrison, Physical Education, Linda Plentl, Distributive Education, Pat Flory, Spanish II, Rita Martin, Library, Joy Massingill, English Ill, Priscilla Morton, Grammar IV, Jeanette Tidwell, Spanish I, David Jones, Chemistry and Trigonometry, Sue Golightly, Home- making Ill, Gerald Madeley, Algebra I and Biology, Bennie Montgomery, V. A. ll, Philip Madeley, Biology and Algebra l, Jana Showalter, American History, Nancv Mclnnis, Typing l, Sharon Grizzard, English Il, Robert Palmer, Civics and Physics, Lanell Jones, Bookkeeping and Typing II, Elizabeth Brown, World History, Darrell Hendon, V. A. III, John Ed Barham, Bookkeeping, Eugene Byrd, Geometry, Norma Sue Teague, Algebra ll, Mildred Spitzenberger, Homemaking ll, Joy Cornell, Shorthand and Literature IV. wi sw ES m is A 5 Q52 5 1 f iw' kg,-:QQ-W Y + Q ,,QWMX..V W 33:11 MQ t A ,W .. Us? 4 Champion pie-eolen, George, Wins in lO Hof. 5. Removing The live cfclock shadow! 6. 'Like lun! ' ll. Goldens enioy Annual Stuff Pony honoring Fcxvoiifes and Presentcilion Ploy crxsl. IQ. Basketball cmi new EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES IS. First Period P. E. Girls in the clmki ld. See him, Palsy? l. 'lculelon Tophclllers cvl S.H,S. assembly. 2. "Dont worry: iusi hold still, Jock Rimes never misses!' 3. Wh Liln ought! 'Like Snipes! 7. Sleodies. 8. New haircut, Charles? 9, Bowie Baby! IO. Ir's Lynn cmd Bohn Jan' Aq paqmeclg pun paumg 'SJW puma 'JN NN 'O 'I' qo H9 be r cm H- N- b Q 'Tl' Q Q -1 2 'S 5 JD 3 '5- E N. Cl' Q 2 Q C' Q Q ?T' Q 5 fl L 0. T Q w 2 5 CT' Q 1 'U N. '5 2 fx Q 's -X. 2 N- 2 3 Q' -0- N. 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Frey 31f2 070 Dividend Rate - INSURED SAVINGS - STEPHENVILLE SAVINGS 81g LOAN ASSOCIATION Stephenville, Texas MARTIN BROS. - GULF PRODUCTS - WHOLESALE 8z RETAIL Battery Charged - Mechanic Work - Front End Machine - Motor Tune Up - Wheels Balanced - Wash and Grease If it's for the Car, Truck or Tractor -- WE HAVE IT Phone L-4113 t'We Never Close" We Give S8zH Green Stamps S A F E W A Y BEST PLACE IN TOWN TO BUY Produce Meats Groceries Foviemlly Sefrfuice Scottie Stamps CONGRATULATIONS, GRADUATES WEST MANUFACTURING CO. ho' 1 . a . .M 4 A m W ' ,515 1 ' 'TX ' 5 ,A Wwzfo Waiz fi, ' 11, f ,, ' NW, ' 'Si ' 5 Q- o ' f - , ' " -' ' . :Swv xi Q - uh ,x -www S MW, S 1 1 - V ,, A1326 ,.k, Y ,Y ..-,......., - . f --'Elf ,l . .1 fwigff' f , X, rr A , N Y - f , W, gfqwfmwgfg' , flu ,M ,5-T--wfhgiix .rglwgg ' X , V I , t AA , ' . 56 A-My - -Q gk.-frQ.:.W,rM X V ,X " ' ...-W .,- - LUM'S FACTORY OUTLET STORE YES YOU DO SAVE 30 to 60? ERATH EGG FARM Phone L-4219 The Kimi of Leglzowzs You Hare Alwruys VVf1'nferI" -wi? 181 JACK ARTHUR THEATRES SLAUGHTER DRUG MAJESTIC - PALACE - STARLITE PRESCRIPTION PHARMACISTS Congratulations to the Seniors of 1958 Fofr H971 E1"U'C7I1'I'Ig of Goof! El'0'7Z077'LiK'fl,l WALGHEEN AGENCY Stephenville, Terms Movies are your best entertainment value There's u "one and on y" in refreshment, too j HOLLINGSWORTH POULTRY FARM 'y Hens FRYEHS TlY1',Q'1 Phone Lindsey-3367 someo UNDER AUTHORITY OF THE COCA-COLA COMPANY BY Louis B, Whybul-ny Qwney gl Manag-Q1 "Texas Coca-Cola Bottling Company" En,te'rtaiAnment Remember 1 -1 3 K I' : I 1 ' " , 1 I SOUTHWEST NATURAL GAS COMPANY Dr. Pepper Bottling Co. Dublin, Texas PAYTON 8a FRAKES M- 1 ,. ,:.,i.,,... ,f ::' ,.-sa" .., E .- : ::l-' ,,,, I f -- A j 1.R,I I I """ ' ,f rwifm I A fx ,b V, , A.-: 1-1 --.. . ,..,, I fffwf :':' I . E ' I ' ALL JERSEY MILK gl ICE CREAM IT'S DAYS FRESHER SERVICE DRUG STORE The REXALL Store Dam D'A1'cy, Proprietol' WE GIVE S Sal-I GREEN STAMPS L-3517 PHONES L-3319 YKl JONES CHEVROLET CO. SALE S SERVICE cnevnom J - - 5 REECIE R. JONES BOSWELL' MILK "GOOD ALL THE TIIME" Accepted By Good Taste Paper-Shell Pecan Specialists f f f X JR, jf Xllo l' lf WOLFE NURSERY Since 1919 STEPHENVILLE ICE CO. and ZERO LOK-BOX Stephenville, Texas 1 1 "" ' --f"'53"f- J T MAYS momm y 6.53:-rl' ' ' .'0fl'P'- ia' if N- Liv W ' ' FUPNITUPE DX ' ' FLOOR COVERING BARHAM HATCHERY 212 S. Belknap FIRST in values for the home Phone L-3710 , X sv ff llvr '- ' fl l k. - ' ,,- ,.-4. l One. Two, Three. Here we go! 2. Put Your Little Fool. 3. "WoiT, fellosl Gxve me o chance!" 4. Sell 'evn or sove em lor the bcmquell 5. Cute Trick if you rnolce lt, Johnny. 6. Sue regxslers newcomers, Lloyd Lcxrgenr, lee Thompson, and Loretto Lcxrgent and cx returnlng "ex," Suson Clwonoller. 7. Prlrnping Poll. 8. Clleckmofe! 9, "Boby, l1's cold outsldelm lO. Gef o move on, you hobosl 18 5 Now More Than Ever, It Will Pay You To Shop At - - COX'S Where you will find more complete stocks of Dependable Quality Merchandise ANDERSON MOTOR COMPANY 536 E. Washington L-3200 VERNON GUNN Construction Company COOK BROS. LUMBER CO. Day L-3065 Nite L-4524 Dublin Road ALLIED BODY 8: FRAME Windshield - Door Glass Replacement Fort Worth Highway L-3800 WALKER'S VAN LINE lk mile Huckabay Highway Local Sz Long Distance Moving Stephenville, Texas EDDIE WILLIAMS CONTRACTOR Commercial and Residential Phone Lindsey-4634 990 N. McCart ADAMS CONOCO STATION Firestone Tires and Batteries Pick-Up 8z Delivery Washing and Lubrication SfeD'h91'1ViH6, Texas 281 N. Graham Phone L-3939 Y g rg 5 'K , ,. wi-ffffl M "S'gilFT'e'QK,r Q' O' I Ewa? Y .. V Road Hogs. 2. Move over, We wcrnt in the picture too! 3. Dtg those Fishi 4. Young in hecxrtl 5. Cold but cheerfull 6. Must be those Mountaineer moiorettes! 7. Senlorito Phrltlp joins Los Chctquetns. 8. Get ready for the rush, boys., It's time for the bell. 9, Gola celebration. IO. See our new rings! Aren't they pretty? ll. Old- fcshioned bunditng! S, J X., 1 4.9" .kk E Q I ig. wt I' Q f r ." ,J 1 ' X 'Fr P. 18 7 Autographs VERN O. PENDLETON MAGNOLIA CONSIGNEE 855 West Washington Phone L-4710 FARMERS FEED STORE Emmett Montgomery C Sz N KENNELS Stephenville, Texas POSTON FEED CO. 8: BONDED WAREHOUSE Stephenville, Texas Compliments of The EVANS COMPANY Good Mei'ehz1nclise - Friendly Service SWI NDLE JEWELRY 186 N. Belknap Street Next to Majestic Stephenville, Texas LOANS - REFINANCING - INSURANCE ELLIS INSURANCE AGENCY Compliments of DAIRY - O Lingleville Highway Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Rogers Autographs STEPHENVILLE FLORAL CO. "Flowers Fm' Any Of Your Orcrzsionsn Phone L-3619 Mr. Sz Mrs. J. H. Ferguson Complimenfs of MR. 8: MRS. TOM BRIDGES STILL'S CLEANERS 167 N. Clinton L-3717 RICHARDSON-KEELING SHOES Complete Family Shoe Store Stephenville, Texas EXPERTS ON ELECTRIC WIRING No job too large or small - Free Estimates CITY ELECTRIC SHOP E. L. Stephens Sid Whitman 240 'W. Greene Dial L-4141 EVERETT'S FIRESTONE Dealer Store Everything in Sporting' Goods East Side of Square L-3317 Stephenville, Texas Complz'menl's of ONYX CAFE GWYNDOLA H. WOLFE GENERAL INSURANCE Phone L-3615 234 N. Belknap A STAFFORD MOTOR CO. guiclz B. M. STONE, Owner Tidwell Turkey Farm 8: Hatchery Finest Qualify Poults at Refnsonalvle Pwices Route 1 Phone 2543 Desdemona, Texas TACKETT MANUFACTURING COMPANY WHITE 8: WEEMS SERVICE STATION 309 W. Washington Phone L-4513 Stephenville, Texas SHANNON SUPPLY CO. BUTANE - PROPANE GAS SERVICE SYSTEMS 8: APPLIANCES P. O. Box 327 Phone L-3565 Stephenville, Texas BARNES 8: McCULLOUGH LUMBER CO. EVERYTHING TO BUILD ANYTHING" Phone L-3311 305 N. Graham Stephenville, Texas BRANDON FEED CO. Stephenville, Texas LARNER'S GROCERY 8: MKT. 704 W. Frey Merel Norman Cosmetics Sold and Demonstrated Autographs Autographs FRIGIDAIRE MOTOROLA . , A P P ll N C E S Stephenville Dublin TRUCKS TRACTORS INTERNATIONAL HIGGINBOTHAM MOTOR CO. L-4822 RCA - De Laval Stephenville For ALL YOUR GROCERY NEEDS STOVALL-NORTH GROCERY Mr. and. Mrs. H. E. North, Owners JOSEPH A. CHANDLER Attorney at Law Neblett-King Building Stephenville, Texas For Gifts of Dlistinction CAWYER DRUG STORE Health and Beauty Needs Quality Flowers Courteous Service Experienced Designing COLLINS FLOWER SHOP 666 Neblett L-3411 DAIRY KING 'Where Frievzds Meet for A Treat to Eat Pickup Sz Delivery 697 Tarleton Phone L-3422 1 Autographs BROCK'S BARBER SHOP JOHN HANCOCK ROOFING CO. HBonded Roofs" 562 N. Graham Phone L-5361 Stephenville, Texas PERRY'S 5 - 10 - 25c Store HILLFS CAFE and CATERING SERVICE L-4892 L-536-5 STEPHENS JEWELRY S'Ville's Largest and Finest China - Sterling - Pottery Watches - Diamonds - Costume Jewelry 116 S. Belknap L-4100 ALBRITTON'S SEWING CENTER New and Used Jl7flfClIi'I'LGS Necehi - Elna - Brother - Singer I'rL'rts :md Service 1198 W. Washington L-5307 BALLOW INSURANCE Thirty-seven years Dependable Service SPELL BAKE SHOP and DINING ROOM Welcome High School Students Autographs SEI..F'S Boots Shoes Billfolcls BARNES STORE 5,3 to 31.00 IU 1:45255 fl RSI EAIDHLES' SFCZDRIE fl , JUILVIM IVffYTS't9u'nef: TRY XVILLARD'S DINING ROOM FOR GOOD HOME COOKE!! MEALS 324 VV. Tarlcton COPPEDGE LAUNDRY Pick-Up and Delivery L-3009 Stephenville, Texas KIIVIBELL-STEPHENVILLE CO. Wholesale Grocers CITY BARBER SHOP Yom' Business Appreciatecl Compliments Of DRENNAN UPI-IOLSTERING SI-IOP 4lllllllll MAJESTIC BARBER SHOP Wade Sz A. O. Holley A 8: P GROCERY Stephenville, Texas GIFFORD RADIO 8: T.V. Service 269 W. College Phone L-3280 Stephenville, Texas BLUE'S SERVICE STATION WE GIVE SSLH GREEN STAMPS Double Stamps on Wednesday 940 W. Washington Phone L-517-5 Compliments Of lVIEL'S CAFE 151 E. Washington Stephenville, Texas STAFFORD CLEANERS 398 N. Belknap Phone L-4818 A N D E R S O N' S Ladies-Ready-To-Wear North Side of Square Stephenville, Texas ACME MUSIC CO. Burl Lawrence Stephenville Autographs Autographs J. C. PENNY Co., Inc. Stephenville, Texas Compliments ELLIOTT'S 5 8: 10 North Side of Square PERKINS GROCERY WE DELIVER 802 Tarleton Avenue Phone L-3143 H. G. PERRY'S HOME HARDWARE STORE and WAREHOUSE SALES L-3323 Stephenville HEFFLEY'S for PHILCO DAIRY TREAT Good Food Refreshing Drinks Delicious Malts Sz Shakes Mrs. Evelyn Montgomery 8: Mrs. DeAlva Decker LOUTHERBACICS GROCERY 1105 W. Long L-5116 WE DELIVER .MAJESTIC BEAUTY SHOP Stephenville State Bank Building Lindsey-4715 KNO Since I9I2 Sourhwesrern Engraving Co. of Fori' Worrh, has been acquiring Hue neces- sary KNOW HOW io produce oursrancling yearbooks. ThaJr's why discriminaring siaffs rurn 'ro . . . 196 THIS ANNUAL PRINTED IN STEPHENVILLE BY Ya. SWQQXRWIXEL, I Pl?lNT'LTl5,ee ' Muwwgiixxgx 4 'f "There May Be Some as Good - But None Better" :Z PRINTING - If Its Printing on Paper ask us first FURNITURE 81 SUPPLIES - If its used in an office phon MACHINES - Sales and Service. Let us save you money GIFTS - Party Supplies 8 Gifts. New and Different Phone L-4191 245 N. Belknap enior Sende an ondende NAME ADMIRED FOR AMBITION LIKELY TO BE ARNOLD ANDERSON Math Ability Physicist True Romance Editor JAMES ANGELL Acting Ability Social Science Teacher Cassanova CLINTON ARTHUR Way with LaNell Physicist T. V. Salesman BUDDY BALEY Athletic Ability Coach Avon Salesman BOHN JAY BARHAM Waywith Civics teacher Sports Editor Confidential Editor JOHN ED BARHAM Sense of Humor Accountant Professional Roper JUDY BARHAM Personality Marry a Preacher Ballet Dancer JUDY BELL Helpfulness Secretary Mrs. Hunt JERRY BILLINGSLEY Nerve Tennis Star Another Van Doren LARRY BISHOP Quiet Reserve Preacher Speed King LARUE BOASE Wonderful Personality Secretary Tall Lady in a Circus ELIZABETH BROWN Eyes Technician Lady Bull Fighter RUSSELL BURWELL Debating Ability Historian Dealer at Golden Nugget JUDY CATO Disposition Teacher Torch Singer BOBBY CHANCE Hail- Band Leader Tractor Salesman WALTER CLAPP Quietness Engineer Deep Sea Diver TROICE CLINE Attitude Artist T. V. Actor JIM COLEMAN HUPPY-90-lucky Disposition Ranch Management Tree Surgeon JOY CORNELL Grades Commercial Teacher Trapeze Artist MARY CORNELL Acting Ability Elementary Teacher Actress MILDRED COSBY Beautiful Hair Missionary Lady Cab Driver JOHN COWAN Slow Smile Farmer Head of Foreign Legion STANDLEE CRAIN Sincerity Minister Secret Agent FREDIA DENIO Size Accountant Nurse MARTHA DENMAN Daintiness Secretary Floral Designer WANDA DOSHIER Being Nice Nurse Writer GEORGE DUNSON Casualness Store Owner Mgr. of Wright's Appliances CHARLES ELLIOTT Friendliness C. P. A. Hen-pecked Husband MARY FARMER Beauty Missionary Work Miss America MARILYN FERGUSON Femininity Choral Director Bareback Rider FRANCES FERGUSON Quietness Secretary Daydreamer A. J. FIDLER Ways. Accountant Piggly Wiggly Sack Boy SANDRA FINCHER Mischief Social Worker Opera Star Looks Professional Baseball Player Fight P1-Onqoter GUY GOLDEN Not having to study Executive Politician SUE GOLIGHTLY Friendliness Get Married News Commentator CARROLL GOLIGHTLY Weight Car Dealer Barker at Side Show NORMA GOLIGHTLY Sweetness Secretary Ballet Dancer EDWIN GOODMAN Handiness Radio Technician Mayor of Dublin SAM HARRELL Speaking Ability Chemist First Emigrant to Mars ANN HEFFINGTON Twirling Ability Teacher Wild West Show Girl GARVIN HENDON FFA Work Farmer Tolar Tech Teacher BUTCH HENRY Happy Disposition Coach Announcer for Perry Como JUNIOR HOWLE Attitude Dairy Farmer Artist DAVID JONES Dependability Engineer Jeweler LARRY JONES Ability to get along SUV We fishf Thing in Assembly Foreign Agent LYNN JONES Ideas Track Star Symphony Conductor LANELL JONES Personality Secretary S.H.S. Principal MIKE KEAHEY Popularity Engineer Mortician 198 enior ende an ondende NAME ADMIRED FOR AMBITION LIKELY TO BE THURL KINSEY Sense of Humor Farmer Dog Catcher FEREL LITTLE Honor Minister County Jailer JAMES LITTLE Quietness Farmer Columnist RUBY LONGLEY Politeness Bookkeeper Cook TOMMY LOUTHERBACK Athletic Ability Professional Athlete Flea Trainer CAROLYN LOWERY Clothes Secretary Counselor MELTON LOYVRY Physique Rancher Button Maker MARY MCALISTER Patience Secretary Buyer for CoX's Store JO ANN MCCHRISTIAL Even Temper Secretary P. E. Teacher NANCY McINNIS Typing Skill Teacher Professional Dancer JANNETTE MCPHERSON Hair Stenographer Telephone Operator JAMES MARTIN Calmness Farmer Dentist RITA MARTIN Sincerity Stenographer Housewife KAY MERCER Pleasing Personality Secretary Female Globe Trotter MARILYN MINIARD Cleaverness P. E. Teacher Lovelorn Columnist JOHN MORTON Quietness Well Repairman Quiz Master PRISCILLA MORTON Voice Musician Ambassador to Spain JAN NELSON Friendliness Electronics Motor Cop LYNN ORBISON Politeness Make-Up Artist Ping-Pong Coach DOUGLAS PAIR Helpfulness Chemist Hair Stylist ROBERT PALMER Intelligence Engineer Peanut Vendor WILBERT PARKER Friendliness Officer Another Bilko LINDA PLENTL Attractiveness Business Barber DONALD RASBERRY Wit Agriculture Auto Racer NITA RASBERRY Sweetness P. E. Teacher Lady Detective FRANKLIN Richardson Attitude Engineer Hobo King PATSY ROBERSON 'Writing' Secretary Poet GEORGIA SCHERMER Voice Architect Lady Lion Tamer LARRY SCHMIDT Witty Remarks Petroleum Engineer Man about Town HOLLIS SKILLMAN Looks Coach Magician KAY SMITH Hair Commercial Artist Detective's Secretary LaVADA SPARKS Frankness Housewife Lecturer NITA TRVER Energy Secretary Rich Widow NORMA TEAGUE Smile Librarian Fashion Expert CHARLENE THURMAN Disposition Housewife Model CAROLYN WALDREP Size Teacher Fat Lady in Circus SHIRLEY WATSON Intelligence Science Teacher Beautician ALPHA WEIR Friends Nurse Concert Pianist WINSTON NVELCH Size Engineer Quiz Kid MARY WILLARD Ready Smile Beautician Secretary for SPCA COY WILLIAMS Golf Ability Professional Golfer Bobbie Pin Salesman DAVID VVOOD Amiability Farmer Hollywood Idol FRANKLIN IVOOD Friends Rancher Bouncer PATSY WOOLEY Face Doctor Mrs. Skillman JOHNNY 'WOOTEN Quietness Salesman Gardner PHYLLIS WRIGHT Complexion Housewife Saleslady DON YANCY Freckles Farmer English Teacher BARBARA YARDLEY Helpfulness Housewife Journalist MARTHA YEATES Size Beautician Champion Ice Skater CAROLINE ZIMMERMAN Hair Stenography Comedieyme Teacher Mr. J. Fred Crabtree Mrs. Rosellen Davis Mrs. Myrtle Faye Deavenport Mrs. Sue Dunn Mrs. Cleo Ferguson Mr. George B. Gilbert Mrs. Lorraine Golden Mr. J. C. Helm, Jr. Miss Pearl Hicks Mr. A. D. Hilburn Mr. Sam Houston Mrs. Phoebe B. Isbell Mrs. Emma Kate Jackson Mr. Collin B. Jones Mrs. Annie Lynn Leatherwood Mr. Scott Ray McCall Mr. Damon J. Miller Mr. Ralph S. Moser Mr. J. D. Pilcher Mrs. Sammie Tate Pittman Mr. Herschel L. Roach Miss Gayle Russell Mrs. Eileen M. Shipp Mrs. Joy Terry Miss Gwen Williams ANDERSON, ARNOLD 15, 20, 33-34, 70, 98, 102-103, 11O,112,121,123,125,136-138 ANGELL, JAMES 34, 33-37, 94, 97, 187 ARTHUR, CLINTON 10, 17, 20-21, 33-35, 38-39, 41, 72, 75, 78, 30-31, 97, 133-137, 139, 143, 133, 167, 180 3ALEY, BUDDY 15, 19, 34, 33-39, 86, 124, 187 BARHAM, 3OHN JAY 5, 11, 14-15, 19-20, 24, 38, 46, 33, 100, 102-103, 115, 121, 123, 133, 133-139 204 BARHAM, JOHN ED 4, 15, 22, 35, 133, 180, 187, 204 BARHAM, JUDY 5, 11, 15-17, 21, 34-33, 40-41, 43, 70-71, 81, 86-88, 93, 103-109, 162, 173, 204 3ELL, JUDY 35-33, 85 BILLINGSLEY, JERRY 35, 86, 97, 142, 185 BISHOP, LARRY 35 BOASE, LARUE 14, 17, 34-35, 42, 46, 70, 39, 92, 100, 104, 149, 187 BROWN, ELIZABETH 4, 14, 16-18, 34-36, 42-44, 70- 71, 33, 92, 147, 167-168, 181, 204 3URWELL, RUSSELL 33, 33, 102-103, 114, 120, 123, 138 CATO, JUDY 22, 33, 33, 93, 100 CHANCE, 3O33Y 33, 73-74, 1OO CLAPP, WALTER 33, 36, 86 CLINE, TROICE 36 COLEMAN, JIM 10, 15-17, 33, 41, 102-103, 111-112, 120, 122-123, 125-123, 139-140, 160, 137, 177, 181 CORNELL, JOY 20, 36, 86, 33-39, 93, 100, 168 CORNELL, MARY 33, 41, 86, 33-39, 187 COS3Y, MILDRED 37, 92, 97, 100 COWAN, JOHN 23, 37, 94, 97, 187 CRAIN, STANDLEE 37, 73-74, 76, 78, 80381 CRUMLEY, JIMMY 37 DENIO, FREDIA 33-37 DENMAN, MARTHA 36-37, 84, 97 DOSHIER, WANDA 37 DUNSON, GEORGE 10, 18, 36-37, 44, 166 CHARLES 10, 15, 17-19, 21-22, 24, 33, 38, ELLIOTT, 33, 94-95, 93, 102-103, 115, 123, 133, 133, 133, 181, 135 FARMER, MARY 15, 17, 33, 33, 32-34, 33, 97, 123 156, 177 FERGUSON, MARILYN 11, 14, 16-17, 20, 33, 44, 72, 74, 76, 79, 80, 90, 93, 145, 179 200 FACULTYI RECTORY Degree M. E. - T. C. U. - T. S. C. W. B. S. B. S. - Daniel Baker B. B. A. - N. T. S. C. M. L. S. - T. S. C. W. B. S. - Texas A8zM B. A. - N. T. S. C. N. T. S. C. - Texas U. Texas AGM Hard.in Simmons N. T. S. C. M. S. - M. A. B. S. - B. S. - B. A. - B. S. - N. T. S. C. M. E. - T. C. U. B. A. - Mary Hardin Baylor B. S. - T. C. U. B. S. - Howard Payne M. S. - Texas A8zM B. A. - Howard Payne B. S. - N. T. S. C. B. S. - McMurry B. S. - N. T. S. C. M. E. - T. C. U. M. S. - University of Houston M. S. - N. T. S. C. STUDENT INDEX SENIORS FERGUSON, FRANCES 33, 33, 99 FIDLER, A. J. 13, 15, 18, 33, 44, 81, 33, 103-109, 167, 173 FINCHER, SANDRA 33-33 GLASGOW, TOMMY 15517, 21, 33, 71, 102-103, 110, 113, 120, 123, 123-129, 139-140, 143, 166, 133, 177, 187 GOLDEN, GUY 12, 15-13, 21, 33, 36, 38, 40, 1025 103, 113, 120, 123-129, 133, 133-139, 167 176 GOLIGHTLY, BONNIE 39, 72, 75, 80-81, 133 CARROLL 39, 33, 85 GOLIGHTLY, GOLIGHTLY, NORMA 20, 39, 104-105, 170 GOODMAN, EDWIN 39 HARRELL, SAM 37, 39, 94-97, 167, 131 HEFFINGTON, ANN 14, 17, 20, 35, 39, 43, 71, 73, 75-76, 79, 31, 132, 137, 179 HENDON, GARVIN 23, 39, 94, 93-97, 187 HENRY, BUTCH 19, 39, 133-142 HOWLE, JUNIOR 40, 94, 121 JONES, DAVID 15, 20, 33-34, 40-41, 70, 81, 93, 100, 103-110, 142, 133, 173, 185, 187 JONES, LANELL 10, 13-14, 17, 20, 34-35, 40-43, 33, 103, 132, 137-133 JONES, LARRY 12, 15, 17, 21, 34, 40, 70-71, 33, 93, 115,121, 123,136-137,l39,144,167 JONES, LYNN 21, 24, 33-35, 40, 70-71, 93, 102-103, 119, 133-137, 139, 187 KEAHEY, MIKE 10, 12, 15, 17, 27, 33, 35, 40, 71, 102-103, 110, 112, 121-125, 136, 139-140, 146, 181 KINSEY, THURL 40, 71, 83 LITTLE, FEREL 12-15, 13, 36, 40, 44, 71, 81, 33-37, 97, 103-109, 136-137, 167, 176, 185 LITTLE, JAMES 41, 85 LONGLEY, RUBY 23, 41 LOUTHERBACK, TOMMY 15, 20-21, 41, 102-103, 110, 113, 120, 123, 130-140, 167 LOWERY, CAROLYN 41, 70, 105 LOWERY, MELTON 41, 115, 121, 123 MCALISTER, MARY 41, 167, 187 MCCHRISTIAL, JO ANN 33, 41, 187 MCINNIS, NANCY 15, 33, 41-42, 104, 168, 173 MCPHERSON, JANETTE 11, 42, 92, 132, 135, 187 MARTIN, JAMES 42 MARTIN, RITA 42, 39, 92, 133 MERCER, KAY II, 33, 42, 132, 135 MINIARD, MARILYN 42, 39, 100, 104, 187 Experience Tenure 23 years 11 years 7 years 2 years 17 years 4 years 3M years 3M years 19 years 9 years 8 years 3 years 12 years 5 years 21 years 4 years 43 years 28 years 15 years 4 years 8 years 3 years 22 years 15 years 17 years 4 years 37 years 29 years 11 years 2 years 18 years 3 years 4 years 2 years 19 years 1514 years 15 years 2 years 11 years 3 years 1 year 1 year 33 years 31 years 18 years 1 year 11 years 3 years 18 years 9 years MORTON, JOHN 42, 94 MORTON, PRISCILLA 11, 41-42, 33, 97, 100-101, 133 NELSON, JAMES 22, 42 ORBISON, LYNN 43, 173 PAIR, DOUGLAS 11, 13, 33, 43, 33, 93, 185 PALMER, ROBERT 20, 24, 33, 43, 39, 93, 133 PARKER, WIL3ERT 12, 15, 21, 23-24, 43, 94, 102- 103, 114, 12O,123, 125 PLENTL, LINDA 43, 32-33, 35, 168 RASBERRY, DONALD 43, 187 RAS3ERRY, NITA 33, 43 RICHARDSON, FRANKLIN 33, 43, 97, 130-131, 142 ROBERSON, PATSY 36, 33-39, 44 ROSS, DANNY SCHERMER, GEORGIA 21, 44 SCHMIDT, LARRY 4, 16, 20, 24, 33, 33-39, 44, 129, 139-141, 166, 177 SKILLMAN, HOLLIS 15, 18, 44-45, 102-103, 114, 120, 123, 139-140, 166 SMITH, KAY 5, 11, 14, 18, 23, 35, 44, 33, 180, 204 SPARKS, LAVADA 44, 88 SPEARS, TRAVIS TARVER, NITA 15, 42, 44, 39, 86, 92 TEAGUE, NORMA SUE 11, 15-17, 40-41, 44, 81, 33- 39, 103, 161, 137-133, 176 THURMAN, CHARLENE 45 WALDREP, CAROLYN 23, 36, 45, 37-39, 92, 100-101 WATSON, SHIRLEY 33, 41, 45-43, 99, 104-105, 142, 167 120- 167, WEIR, ALPHA 10, 14, 20, 33, 43, 45, 72, 75, 33-37, 92-93, 97, 142 WELCH, WINSTON 45 WILLARD, MARY 45, 92 WILLIAMS, COY 21, 45, 33-34, 142 WILSON, DANNY WOOD, DAVID 45 WOOD, FRANKLIN 12, 15-17, 43, 94, 102-103, 114, 120, 123-123, 136, 133-139, 132, 133, 187 WOOLEY, PATSY 11, 17-18, 20, 24, 46, 73, 75, 77- 78, 30-31, 90, 92-93, 143, 157, 133, 177 WOOTEN, JOHNNY 21, 43, 72, 75 WRIGHT, PHYLLIS 10, 18, 24, 41, 44, 43, 133 YANCY, DON 33, 43, 97, 99 YARDLEY, BARBARA 41, 43, 97 YEATES, MARTHA 43, 83 ZIMMERMAN, CAROLINE 46 ALBRIGHT, JENNIE 11, 48, 92-93, 106, 187 ALLEN, SHERRY 10, 17, 48, 71, 86, 92, 106, 132, 187 ANDERSON, DALE 10, 48, 103, 124 BAILEY, BOBBY 18, 48, 103 BASS, ROYCE 48, 180 BILLS, CALVIN 15, 48, 94, 96, 103, 110, 118 BISHOP, JENNIE 24, 48, 89, 134 BREWER, GEORGE 10, 15-16, 23, 47-48, 98-100, 103, 117, 120, 136-138, 185 BUNCH, DOROTHY 48, 99, 106 BURNS, EDDIE 49 BYRD, EUGENE 4, 15, 21-22, 49, 98-99, 102, 110, 116, 121, 123, 127, 168, 181, 197, 204 CARPENTER, DOLORES 18, 22, 47, 49, 88, 100, 106, 187 CARTER, JIM EDD CASE, CAROL 49, 106 CAWYER, BEVERLY 20, 48-49, 70, 72, 74, 76, 81, 98, 103, 127, 129, 139-141 CHANDLER, SUSAN 185 CHAPMAN, SHIRLEY 49, 104 CHRISTIAN, DWAYNE 49, 103, 124, 185 CLAPP, MARY 49, 100 CLARK, CAROLYN 49, 104 COOK, PAUL 10, 15, 17-18, 21, 49, 94, 96, 102-103, II6, 121-123, 166, 181 COPPEDGE, YVONNE 49, 82, 84 COX, WILEY 48-49, 70, 167 CUNNINGHAM, AMY 11, 49, 92-93, 106 DANIEL, PAULINE 49 DANIELS, MARY BETH---10, 49, 88-90, 93, 187 DOTSON, CAROLYN 50, 92, 105 DOVE, MARIE 10, 18, 50, 106, 166 DOWELL, SHARON 50, 106, 185, 187 ECKERT, KAYE FEARS, BARBARA 50, 100 FLATHERS, JANICE 50 FLEMING, MIKE 10, 15, 50, 102-103, 116, 121, 124, 139-141, 163,167 FOWLER, DONALD 50, 83-84 GOODMAN, RUDINE 24, 50, 88-89, 131-132, 134 GOODMAN, VIRGINIA 50, 104 GREEN, FRED 20, 50, 72, 74, 80-81 GREENE, TRENA 20, 50, 104-105 GRIEF, ROSS 10, 17, 24, 50, 102-103, 110, 116, 120, 125-129, 131, 137, 139, 167, 177, 187 GRYDER, JOANN 50 ANDERSON, JANETTE 57, 92, 123 BAILEY, BILLY 15, BAILEY, STEVE 57 BANOWSKY, FRED BARBEE, KEITH 57, BELL, BILLY 57 BILLS, DWAINE 57, BRADLEY, ANN 14, 57, 88, 90, 93, 100-101, 106, 123 BRAMLETT, SHIRLEY 57, 92 BRAMLETT, WILLIAM 57 BRANDON, WILLIE LOU 57 BROCK, JERRY DON 57, 130, 177 BURWELL, ELIZABETH 57, 61, 90, 92, 100 CARPENTER, CHARLES 57, 94 CATHEY, JAMES 57, 94, 96 CAYWOOD, WESLEY CHAMBERS, MATTIE 57 CLAPP, JOHN 57, 72, 74, 81, 100 CLAYTON, CONITA 56, 57, ICO, 106 CLEVELAND, PHILLIP 15, 57, 100, 103, 119, 130, 187 COLE, DAVID 16-18, 20, 57, 73, 75, 80-81, 100, 102-103, 124 COLE, LDNELL 57, 106 COOPER, LARRY 57, 103, 124 CROW, WAYNE 57, 72, 75 CURRIER, JANICE 57, 92 DANIELS, ONA EAY 57, 105 DAVIS, LINDA 58, 86, 99, 104-105, 142 56-57, 99, 102-103, 119, 127 86, 88, 94, 96, 181 94, 96 70, 72, 74, 81, 86, STUDENT INDEX JUNIORS HANCOCK, JOHNNY 10, 15, 50, 102-103, 118, 121, 127, 130-131, 139-142, 177, 185 HARRIS, JERREL 23,'47, 50, 102-103, 117, 121 OGAN, BILLY PACKWOOD, WAYNE 22, 53, 72-74, 80-81 15-18, 48, 53, 70, 81 HARRISON, DOROTHY 51, 90, HARTSFIELD, SHIRLEY 51, 89 HENDON, DARRELL 51, 94-96, HILBURN, RONALD 10, 15, 23, 120 HILLIARD, WANDA 51 100, 104-105, 168 168 51, 94, 102-103, 118, HOWELL, BARBARA 11, 15, 51, 106 JOHNSON, JAMES 10, 23, 48, 167 51, 70, 94, 103, 124, PARTAIN, SANDRA 10, 13, 108-110 163 6 185 , .17, PAYNE, BEN 53, 94 PERKINS ROBERT 53, 94 PITMAN, BOBBY 53, 187 POWELL, FLOYD LYNN 53, 94, 96 PRINGLE, NELDA RABORN NANCY 53, 83, 85, 93 RAMSEY 7 DAIL 54 JONES, MARTHA 51, 132 JORDON, CLAUDIA 51, 92 KEELING, LINDA 10, 51, 92, 106 KIRKEBY, BETTY 51, 86, 92, 97 KNOTTS, IVEY JO 51 LANE, JACKIE 24, 51 LATHAM, JAMES 14, 20, 23, 51, 73-74, 76, 80-81, 99, 101, 176 LEATHERMAN, ACIE LEE, CAROLINE 17-18, 51, 132 LEWALLEN, EDDIE 52, 78, 94-95 LITTLETON, MARTHA 17, 22, 48, 52, 70, 92, 100-101 LONG, JANICE 52 LOOKINGBILL, JUDY 52 LOWERY, CLINTON 52, 187 LOWRANCE, ALVIN 52 MQELROY, E. J, 52, 94 MCGLOTHIN, JEWELL MEIQINNEY, C. R. 52, 94-95 MELARTY, SAMMY 52, 136, 138-139 MCMILLIN, JUNE 52, 105 MCPHERSON, JO 52, 122 MARTIN, CARROLL 52, 94, 101 MARTIN, JUDITH 18, 24, 52, 90 MARTIN, LOU 5, 52, 92, 106 MASSIISGILL, JOY 18, 22, 47, 52, 168, 187 MILLER, DOUGLAS 53, 101 MILLER, LINDA 53 MONTGOMERY, BENNIE 23, 53, 94, 168, 187 MOSELEY, LINDA 53 NAIL, T, J. 53, 94, 103, 124 NOLAND, AVINELL 53, 92, 134 NORTH, WANDA 10-11, 53, 93, 185, 187 OERYANT, ROZELLE 11, 53, 69, 90, 92-93 SOPHOMORES DOSHIER, BETTY JO 58, 135 DUNN, JUDY 58, 92-93, 104-105, 167 DUNN, LOIS 58 ELLIOTT, JESS 21, 58, 61, 103, 124, 130, 142 FEARS, KATHRYN 17, 58, 134-135 FLORY, PAT 18, 58, 86, 92, 168 GLASGOW, BOBBY 17-18, 31, 58, 61, 70, 102-103, 106, 119, 121, 127, 130, 136, 138, 164, 166, 177, 135 GOLIGHTLY, WANDA 58, 92, 106 GRIZZARD, SHARON 15, 58, 89, 92, 106, 123, 168 GUNN, VERNON 17, 22, 58, 61, 70-71, 110, 119-120, 127, 130-131, 139-141, HALBERT, JIMMY HALBERT, ROBERTA 15, 20, 58, 73, 75-77, 80-81, 90, 92-93, 180 HARTSEIELD, CHARLENE 58 HENDRICKSON, ROSA 58 I-IERRING, RUTH 58 I-IILOURN, EUGENE HILL, JACKIE 58 IIO'DER, LUCRETIA 58, 87, 92 HOOK, KENNETH HOOKS, METZI 14, 58, 72, IIDWELL, W. R. 58 HUBBLE, GLEN HUEY, MARY 58, 92, 104 HUFFMAN, BAR3ARA 58, 36, 90, 92-93 IIUGHS, LOLA 5, 58, 86, 106, 197, 204 152, 177 74, 79, 81, 92, 179 RASBERRY, FRANK 54, 94 REAGAN, RHUDENE 54 RICHARDSON, JOYE 24, 28, 54, 106, 132, 135 RICHARDSON, MYRNA 54 ROBERSON, NELL 10, 54, 92, 106, 185, 187 ROGERS, LUGENE 54 ROWE, ALLENE 54 SANDLIN, KAREN SE'CHRIST, SUE 54, 97 SHELTON, W. C, 54, 99 SHINN, REBECCA 4, 33, 54, 69 SHOWALTER, JANA 18, 54, 72, 75-76, 168 SINGLETON, PERRY 54, 98-99 STANFORD, CLETA 54 ' STEPHENS, HATTIE 17, 54, 88-89, 132, 135 STEPHENS, SCHERRY 10, 14, 18, 24, 55, 73, 75-76 79, 81, 86, 90, 92-93, 167, 179 TERRELL, PENNY 5, 11, 17-18, 20, 48, 55, 70-71, 73 90 92 151 75-77, 81, 86, I , , 166, 185, 204 TLSDALE, LARRY 15, 55 TRAMMELL, DAVID TURLEY, BUSTER 15 VANDEVER, JERRY VILLINES, GLORIA WARD, JERRY 10, 121, 150, 166 55, 94, 96 55, 94 55, 94, 130-131 55, 170 17, 31, 47-48, 55, 70, 103, 117 WARTES, CHARLES 15, 55, 94-95, 103, 118, 121 WELDON, DON 21, 55, 142 WEST, MONA 18, 55, 126, 181, 187 WHITE, DOYLE 10, 55, 103, 117, 121, 123-125, 127 129, 140-141, 177, 187 WILLIAMS, PAT 55 WOLFENBERGER, CAROLYN 55, 88 YARBROUGH, CATHEY 18, 55, 90, 93, 101 HUNT, CHARLES 58 JACKSON, JAMES 58, 72, 74, 87 JACKSON, MOSETTA 5, 59, 86, 106, 197, 204 JENNINGS, BRENDA 59, 86, 90, 92.93, 106 JONES, DON 59, 102-103, 124, 139-141 JONES, ROSIE 59, 92 KEENEY, BOB 59, 94, 103, 124 KINSEY, LYNN 59, 95 KIRBY, JACQUIETA 59, 106 KNIGHT, ARDEN 56, 59, 130 KNOTTS, ISABELL 59, 104 LAND, MOZELLE 59 LARGENT, LORETTA 185 LATHAM, JOHN 59, 73-74, LATHAM, MIKE 20, 23, 59, LEATHERWOOD, JAMES 59, LEWIS, BONNIE 11, 17-18, 92-95, 106, 159, 166, LITTLE, CHARLES LOOKINGBILL, JAN 59, 92, LOUDERMILK, ROBERTA 17, 93, 106, 163, 166 LOWE, EVA 59 LOWERY, CHARLES MCDONALD, ROSIE 59, 105 MCKINNEY, MARTHA 81, 101, 180,185 72, 74, 80-81 98-99 24, 59, 61, 70-71 176 106, 167 24, 58, 61, 71, 90 MADELEY, GERALD 59, 72, 75, 94, 98-99, 168 MADELEY, PHILIP 59, 72, 75, 94, 98-99, 168 MAIKELL, ANN 59, 106, 167 201 LAWSON, NOWELL MATHIS, JIMMY MAYFIELD, VIVIAN 59, 73-74, 81, 92 MILLER, BARBARA 59, 86, 88-89, 92, 101 MONTGOMERY, DEANIE 59, 95, 130 MORTON, MIKE 14, 60, 72, 75, 86, 101 MOSELEY, KENDALL 60, 94 MOSER, JOHN 4, 60, 97, 185, 197, 204 OGLE, JUDY 60 PARK, HARRY 14, 56, 60, 73-74, 97, 100-101 PENDLETON, BELVA 60 PHILLIPS, DELAS 60, 95 POGUE, MARIE 60, 106 POWELL, PAT PRICE, SANDRA 24, 28, 60, 97, 104-105, 170 RASBERRY, LAVERN 60 RATLIFF, DELBERT 60 RATLIFF, EARNESTINE 15, 60 ALTARAS, DAVID 24, 63, 73, 75, 100 BAILEY, BETTY 20, 63, 73-74, 80, 92 BAIN, BOB 20, 24, 63, 68, 70, 73-74, 80-81 BALLOW, CECILIA 63, 92, 132, 134-135, 142, 168 BALLOW, DIANNE 63, 97, 100, 106, 176 BASHAM, JERRY 63, 95, 124 BASS, LARUE 63 BEARD, W. T. 63, 95 BEASON, JERRY 63, 95 BILLS, CAROLYN 63, 92, 105, 170 69, 88, 97, 104-105 BOASE, MARTHA 33, 63, BONSALL, BUTCH 63, 72, 75, 81, 100 BOOTH, ARDEN 63 BOOTH, WESLEY 63, 100, 103, 124 BOSTICK, BARBARA 63, 105, 170 BOUCHER, JOHN 63, 124, 168 BRANNON, LANNA 63, 73, 75, 92 BRAY, SCOTTY 63, 95 BREWER, CATHERINE 18, 63, 72, 75, 86, 92-93, 180 BROCK, DONNA 33, 63, 68, 70, 86, 134 BRYAN, EUGENE CAREY, DAVID 63, 95 CARPENTER, DANIEL 63, 103, 124 CARR, ERNEST CARTER, JACK 63, 95 CAWYER, CARROLL 63, 124 CORK, CYNTHIA 64, 93, 97, 106 COX, TOMMY 62, 64, 86, 103, 124, 130, 177 CRAIN, EVELYN 64, 92, 104 DANIEL, LEON DAVIS, DARWIN 64, 95 DAY, BRENDA 33, 64, 69, 88 DEAVENPORT, PATRICIA 4, 16, 36, 64, 92-93, 132 134, 173, 204 DEISHER, NORMAN 4, 17, 62, 64, 73, 75, 80, 103 130, 164, 180-181, 204 DODSON, ROBERT 64 DRENNAN, RAYDENE 64, 92-93, 106, 132, 134-135, 142, 168, 176 DUNSON, DUANE DYAL, DONALD 64, 95 EVATT, GARY 64, 68, 100 FENNER, EDWIN 64, 95, 97, 187 FERGUSON, PHILIP 64, 95, 168 FICKE, SUE 64, 73-74, 81, 97 FISCANNON, FLOYD 64, 95 FORD, R. D. FORREST, TIM 20, 64, 73-74 FREEMAN, JOHN WAYNE 64 FROMER, MARY ANN 64, 73, 92 GARRETT, BOB 64, 95 GREEN, BILLY GREEN, IRENE 64, 92, 106 GRIFFIN, EDA BETH 64, 88-89, 92, 97, 168 HALLMARK, CELIA 64 202 STUDENT INDEX RICK, RONNIE RILEY, ELAINE 60 ROULSTON, LOIS 60, 132, 134, 142 RUSK, DON RUSSELL, GRADY 60, 102-103, 124 SELF, SHARON 5, 14-15, 60, 72, 74-75, 79, 81, 90, 92, 179-180, 204 SHOEMAKER, KAREN 8, 15, 17, 56, 60, 93, 106, 153 SMITH, DOYLE SONES, PAUL 60, 124 SPARKS, DOROTHY 60, 92 SPARKS, JERRY 60, 124, SPARKS, T. J. 127, 130 SPINDOR, PAT 60, 88-89, 104, 142 SPITZENBERGER, MILDRED 4, 16, 60, 97, 168, 204 STARNES, TERRELL 60, 106 FRESHMEN HALLMARK, DAVID 64, 103, 124 HAM, JO ELLEN 64, 92, 104-105 HANCOCK, MAC 65,' 103, 124 HANDLEY, JOHN 20, 65, HARRIS, ROBERT 65, HATCHER, CECIL 65, 95 73-74, 80-81, 100, 95, 124 86, 90, 92-93, 103, 124 HEFFLEY, ROSEMARY 15, 17, 62, 65, 68, 72, 75, 81, 93 131132 134 155 0 180 I T J J ,17, HENDERSON, EMMA 15, 65, 69, 92 HENDRICKSON, NANCI 65, 92, 106, 168 HOWLE, WILLARD 65, 95 HUSTON, JUANITA GAY 65, 104-105 HUSTON, OLETA RAY 65, JACKSON, JIMMIE 65 JAMES, JERRY 65 104-105 JOHNSON, DANNY 65, 95 JOHNSON, SHIRLEY JONES, DONALD 17, 65, 68, 70, 100, 103, 124, 154 JONES, MARY 65, 92 JUSTICE, DON 15, 65 KELLER, CAROL KIMBALL, BOBBY KNAPP, JERRY 65, 95 KNICK, JAMES 65 KOONSMAN, JANICE 65, 92-93 KUNISHIGE, TOBY 65, 72, 101 LAIRD, JOHN 15, 65, 101, 103, 110, 119-120 LANEY, ANNA 65, LARGENT, LLOYD 185 LAUGHLIN, JEAN 16, 33, 65, 68, 70, 72, 75, 92 LEATHERMAN, MARTHA 65, 89, 101 LEATHERMAN, SHIRLEY 66, 69, 92, 97, 105, 170 LINGLE, JAMES 66, 95 LITTLE, HAZEL 66 LOGAN, ELSA 20, 66, 100-101,.106 LOGAN, GUEARY 66, 95 LOWERY, JIMMY 66, 95 MCCANN, HELEN 66 MCCLANAHAN, PATRICIA 66 MCCLESKEY, HELEN 66, 92, 100-101, 106 MCCOY, TERRY 66, 95 MCGEHEE, JERRY MCKINNEY, BARBARA 66, 72, 99-101 MCMAHAN, CYNTHIA 22, 62, 66, 89, 106, 167, 176, 187 MCPHERSON, TOMMY 66 MAYFIELD, MILTON 66, 95 MERRELL, LANITA 66, 88-89, MILLER, JAMES 66 MORRISON, DONALD 66, 95 MOSER, DAN 21-22, 66, 97, 101, 103, 124, 142 MOSER, NANCY 66, 71, 86 MOUNCE, BOBBY MURRAY, CHARLES 66, 71, 73-74, 81 92-93, 106 STEWART, SUE 60 STILL, CHARLES 15, 61, 102-103, 124 TIDWELL, CHARLES 61, 94, 96 VANDEVER, BILL 61, 89 WALL, MACK 24, 61, 124 WALLACE, JOE 61, 94 WATERS, SHARON 61, 92, 106, 166 WELCH, MICHELE 17, 56, 61, 88-89, 106 WHITFIELD, NORMAN 61, 94, 96 WHITWORTH, ERMA 61, 86, 92-93, 100-101 WILLIAMSON, STANLEY WOOD, FRANCES 61, 86, 88-89, 92, 101, 106 WOOLEY, DAVID 61, 130 WYLY, NANCY 61, 134 YEAGER, CLAYTON 56, 61, 70, 97, YOUNG, DARLENE 61, 92, 104 NAIL, DOROTHY 66, 92 NELSON, DONALD 66 NELSON, RONALD 66 NORWOOD, NANCY 16-17, 33, 66, 68, 86, 10 166, 187 OGLE, DUANE 67, 95 62, 67, 95, 103 OLIVER, JOHN 24, OWENS, DEAN 24, OWENS, WAYMAN 67 QUIRL, TOMMY 67, 94 RAMSEY, JENELL 67 RASBERRY, JUDA 67, 92 REED, DONAVAN 67, 95 RICHARDSON, BARBARA 67 ROBERSON, DONNA 67, 88, 106, 176 ROBERSON, JAMES 67, 95 ROBERTSON, EDDY SANFORD, ROBERT 15, 67, 101, 103, 124, SE'CHRIST, RUBY 67, 104 SHELTON, EWELLENE 67, 92, 105 SHIRLEY, BETTY 67, 92 SMITH, JOHNNIE 67, 95 SMITH, PAULA 16-17, 22, 28, 62, 67, 106, 164, 166 SMITHEY, DOUGLAS 62, 67, 103, 124 SPARKS, PATSY 67, 92 SPENCE, MORRIS 15, 67 SPITZENBERGER, AGNES 67, 92, 97, 104-105 ST. CLAI,R, HELEN 67, 92, 105, 170 STARNES, BILLY STOCKS, ANNIE 67, 92, 106 STONE, BETTY 24, 67, 86, 92, 106, 134 TEAGUE, FORREST 68 TEAGUE, LONNIE THOMAS, CHARLES 68 THOMPSON, LEE ALLEN 185 THURMAN, CONLEY 68, 95 THURMAN, DONNA 68, 73-74, 81, 92 TIDWELL, CARLETA 68 TIDWELL, JEANNETTE 5, 68, 72, 75, 92, 204 TOLER, MARVIN 68, 95 TOMLINSON, SANDRA 68, 92 VANDAVEER, BILL 68, 86, 103, 124 67, 103, 124, 187 93, WALKER, BETTY 68, 72, 75, 81, WALKER, NANCY 68 WAUGH, BARBARA 68 WHITE, CAROLYN 68 WILLETT, WANDA 68 WOOD, NOVA 22-23, 68, 92 WOOD, SHARLENE ANITA 68 WRIGHT, EDWARD EARL 68, 95, 101 ZIMMERMAN, ELEANOR 68-69 ZIMMERMAN, PATSY 92, 106 92, 104 101,142,180 6, 164, 130, 177 100-101 101, 168, E'.DITOR'S MESSAGE The 1958 YELLOW JACKET presents a shooting star, exploding into a myriad of activities that are your year at S. H. S., trailing memo- ries to warm you a lifetime. Flashback Highlights, giving coverage of late spring events in S.H.S., appear for the first time. Other new features are the Faculty Directory and a Student Index, alphabetized by classes and listing pages on which the student's picture appears. This book could never have been produced without the full cooper- ation of both students and faculty and that of our yearbook craftsmen, Mitchell Studio, lVIiller's Studio, Southwestern Engraving Company, Stephenville Printing Company, and American Beauty Cover Company. We wish to express our sincere thanks to each of you. If we have recorded the highlights of this year so that each time you turn the pages of this book you will recall a wonderful year, then our goal has been achieved. 'This is your book just as you have made it through your activities, and we hope you enjoy this, your 1958 YELLOW JACKET Elizabeth Brown Editor we mei the ,beaclline - - Bai we ,re to pooped io pop., YTVEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1959 Thirty-Man Squ id Se For'58Junio ackets Coach Jack Deavenport and as- sistant Sam Taylor at Stephenville Junior High School are readying a 30fman squad for the school's opening 1958 football game with Dublin's Junior Lions in TSC's Memorial Stadium Sept. 23, Qu.zrtcrbacking the Junior Jac- kets this year will be Mike Brandt and Gary Golden. Brandt is an eighth grader and Golden a seventh grader. The remainder of the backfield will see Randy Chandler, Jack Ballow and Pat Ballow manning the halfback slots with Don Col- lins, a tackle on last year's squad, working: from the fullback post. Listed as ends on the 1958 team are Bobby Bell, Dohn Barham, Aubrey Cawyer, David Cook and! Rhett Stone. Tackles on the team are I-larry Bradley, Ronnie 'Altaras, Dale Pair, Leonard Chapman, Rickyf Hendrickson and Butch Harbin. Guards are Bruce Boase, Fred Ewers, Allen Birdwell, Charles Th Asso Sept. audit pres' Ha or C10 a plu B con Scl ion WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1958 purchased one of the prize bulls of the USA, Eva'5 Bandolier Ladd, for 835,000 The bull brought this price even though old and crippl- edg and he justified the price. He has sired two international grand champions, and one of its sons, now top bull at Ohio State Uni- versity, has scored some of the top records in the nation. It is against the very strict rules of the Aberdeen Angus As- sociation for any Angus bull to be bred artificially. To get the service of Slater's bull, therefore, it would have been necessary to buy a minimum of one-third in- terest in the bull. Not more than three men can own an Angus bull Thus an ordinary cattleman would have had to pay around 310,000 to secure the services of Eva's Bandolier Ladd. If a bull is bred artificially. against the rules of the Aber- deen Angus Association, then the association refuses to register the offspring. artificial insemination from a prize bull, isn't that the next thing?" "I thought the President should have a calf from our fine bull," Mr. Slater replied, "but never at any time have I given a cow to the President." Note - Sen. James Murray of Montana, chairman of the Sen- ate Interior Committee, is plan- ning to investigate the reasons for violating long Interior Department precedent by granting an oil con- cession in the Lacassine Wildlife Refuge to Slater's company. There is no evidence that Slater intervened with the Interior De- partment, Subordinate officials of the de ' ' Callie the paitment say that orders the very top to grant 1 1


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