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

 - Class of 1960

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X LL LJ Sv ABOVE: Looking ocross compus we see The RIGHT: Slwororw Shomnon, Sfeve Boiley, Jomes spocious 800-seo? oudiforium with from ond I-lord, Merry Armisfeod, ond Jonet Crow side enfronces. enter The from enfronces. 2 gem! :Day gnrollment ioppfed over 500 mark The new Srephenvulle Hugh School Boasfs ultramodern classroom arrangements wlfh All new furnrshmgs rn a 13 room plant Irs sux burldnngs rnclude an admlnrsfrahve burldrng Wrrh offlces and one classroom an audlroruum burldrng wufh 800 seat capacrry And old bulldrng completely renovated All connected by covered walkways Plus a 9 year old srructure housung a gym band hall and rec room An agricultural burldrng conrarnung classroom and shop And a homemaklng collage Openung nfs doors for The frrsr Tame for The 1959 60 sessron Wrrh 512 enrollment The new school IS surrounded by parkung lots Nrfh more space To be made avarlalole soon Grass has been slarled since The sprung of l959 and Plans for landscaping are underway he 1960 yeuow ackei Stephenville lllgh School Volume 24 Stephenvllle Public Schools Sfephenvllle Texas 3 O I 1 ' I ' 1 1 1 I I . 1 l 1 ' 1 Y 1 i ' me 4 lf r 9 ?1 ff 0, f 23 5 W V , 9 gl E , , 1 in 1 L-U -. . A ' l . - , I I . . . I ,N l Q e y., Huw v' 'W Q ' . gif l we SHS bond sfuderiis me Comfowobly situated in C1 yeor-round The gym is the meeting place for fhe entire swdem body for pep :xirfconnirvoned building wirh several produce rooms Und on follies A large rec room is nr 'he 'err' of 'he build ng assembly room. ampud of SNS doubled in Jize The homemciking coffoge with Two lorge lob oreos ond ci living room ond bedroom, is The scene of weekly faculty meetings. A shlny newness hat has long been worn off IS renewed as the Stephenville Hugh School buuldmg constructed In 1921 rs completely renovated nnslde and out The burldrng houses the superantendent s offlces clulorooms SHS cafeterua study hall one of the most up to date education and publications Table of Contents Glasses Faculty and Curricula Adm: nlstratnon Students Favorites Aetlvltles Organlzatnons Sports Musnc Advertlsmg 5 . + . . . I I . u 1 I I Q . I . Q . I - l I I 1 I I . -- - Q lubranes an thus area, plus several classrooms es pecrally for art, vocatnonal and dlstrubutrve , . ' 104 I I I ' ' 200 Dedlcahon Tlre l9oO Yerrow Jac: et sfall wrslres To dedr arc lrrs ed lon FORTHCO! 'NG GENERATIONS STEPHENVILLE HIGH SCHOCL for rn your presence rs placed larsl of all llre new borldrng ever present and lasfrr a sprrrf ol Sreplwenvrlle Hrglw Sclwoor Tlwe r recedenfs and pafferns Tlwaf are capfured rn This book Wall be oplreld and nurtured by Tlwe classes of lufure years Tlws :T rs To Tlre fufure generahons of Sfeplrenvrlle l-lrglw S lwool on vvlrom The responsrlarlrfres of school leaderslwrp ll res? we 1 year and rn lafer years Tnaf This edmon of Tlwe Yellow Jackei rs dedlcafed " 'f ' ',- ' 4 ' 'L' AA K. w I ll To Tlre w -' ,fr VU of tlwen our olden rracllfions and Frlendslwi S, and linall' 'rnal Y , A N . , , 3 . . .. . . . . . F ' ' Wi ' z x Uv? FTAers turn out in large numbers at the Pasting Party, first of its kind, to assist Miss Williams in making posters used in American and World history classes. Miss Williams feted about 35 members with a party afterwards. luffzirf of aciiuiiied id renewecl s-,NM Mrs Deavenport talks with Larry French and his parents at the annual spring registration night for incoming freshmen about the course of study he will choose to follow Eugene Byrd proves that 13 ' 7 28 at The cheerleader-sponsored Minstrel Show. at flue coming of Jpring I sw-J 7 J l-l ,A S55 l Z , own yi. . is Mrs. Lorraine Golden, sponsor, and Mildred Spitzenberger, editor, unveil The first of The 1959 Yellow Jackets at a suprise assembly in early May. School board members and Mayor J. Louis Evans are present for The Yellow Jacket dedicaTion To "Our Town." 9 LEFT: Billy Bailey and Bill Atwood get together to iron out last minute details for another prank in the FTA's presentation of 'Dear Diary." BELOW: Mr. Jones presents the NHS pin, symbol of the National Honor Society, to ld inductees, at a banquet tor members, parents, and special guests. An FFA-Fl-IA cookout gets things ott to a good start tor the brother-sister organizations. Seniors - - Roberta Loudermilk, Sheron Selt, and Michele Welch - - tempt freshmen with cokes. Cfubd Jpondor memberdhip cfriuedg N. Charles TudweIN, Joe Wallace, Sue Shoemaker, ond Bully Barley elevore the shock confolmng fhe dummy to The peck of the second bonfnre, the product of only c few nours work by the cheerleaders and others offer rhe hrs! mrs desvoyerl despire on all-nigh! vngnl c imaxed by partied, anquefd an iniliationd QIGHT. Mr. ond Mrs S F, Doyrs, guesv speakers on the Hcwonon Islands, ore first rn line of the FHA United Ncmons Doy Drnner. BELOW: Sfmgerevfes sit in from of the grondsfond or the Wenrherford gorne to ye!I for vhe Jackets BELOW RIGHT: John Boucher cmd Tommy Cox wish James r-iord vhe besr of luck in the egg pitching comes! or one of the eorly fun nighfs Svrngerettes, o!ong wnh the bond, keep sovrut ohve WJW ,,,W,,..QfS 1- 9992 Q, nv n 1 lv 1, S' N Q' 15, x R fe, ia, 1 , Rb fr if 1. 3 a 56 5 ff, E Studentd udlner in long-awaited fzofizfay Jeadon Mack Wall and James I-lord make sure Cathy Brewer 'fakes advanfage of The blankef of snovv Thar covered The campus for several days. , Q my-X fl l gg fig R fi- ,rf ,gi Q ll' Z 5 . l Q N f' Science clubbers - - Roy McCoy, Dianne Bai- lovv, Joy Herring, and Cher Cedars - - enioy a card game and all the popcorn They can eat af The ChrisTmas Parry at Mr. l-laileys. Sanra lCoach Boothj brings greerings as well as presenTs To spirited Sl-lS'ers, The Mefhodisf Church choir under The di- rection of Dr. Don Morton presents holiday music ar The Christmas assembly. w-..mQ,, Elizabeth Burwell measures the head size of Isabell Michele Welch and Bobby Glasgow Knotts while Brenda Jennings checks Janette Ander- examine prizes they won as top son's height. Jeanie Armistead records the figures salesmen in the Senior magazine to be used in determining cap and gown sizes. drive. .Honeybeed enter Jzegionaf .ginafd Mr. John Lovelady, assistant director of Field Service for Texas State Teachers Association, talks to pros- pective teachers at a Career Day Conference. Billy Archie, Jean Laughlin, and Nanci Hendrickson help in the Junior Class bake sale that netted about 35I50.00. The Band Fans Club Smorgasbord is well attended by many guests and friends ot the band. I ' I . "Y l ff David Wooley is Abraham Lincoln model for Par Deavenporfs chalk Talk in assembly. Above: Thisbe lMarie Poguel and Pyramus lMac Hancockl kiss Through The hole in The wall. The Wall is played by David Wooley. Leff: Billy Bailey presents gift To Doris Hammirr and Jim Evans, 1960 Valenfine Couple. Martha Yancy is Hall up in The air" in The game with Bowie in The Regional Finals af North Texas. Jn teraclzolaatic .feague Typing - - Plym Swmiw, 'Amy lww fvmbwn !VNcA.N'mmw, mm Jefm Luugbfm Shorthand - - Fvcmce-5 .Z 1 mm Sw i" Self Poetry reading and Declumution - - Fx' Furry GJY Hebln-'r Dcvmo Brock rms Mme M:"'w Ready-Wriiing - - Jefmrp AH'-s'4-'f Spelling and Plain Writing - - D -'H 3' A-V1 wsw-'ru 'nw Kay 1 Mdwe: Number Sense - - John Bzuclwe 691:11 Mrxdelqy and Phwlwp hmdeley. iv... -1 ' J a .Xxx , l June Shannon shows wah IN smdems nl,-. n 35 Nebiev the drsolny of he' MW ., .4 .NM ' PM 20 .nu , ng ' Q4 ,4 9x' - pring anquefd Sorm sf CWC '-WYEQS :mn 9 'Fe D5J's 2' 4 fgaffr' 'i 'fs " 'He " sp: 'gz mfr:- flu sc", f f- Mug: r 1 .4 "ay 'fic' SH' Ecmgb Q E fun v-9-Woes vans' 'he' a',.W3ye-5 r f: swag .3C1nqUe' mv Jake- cmfi Dofofby Dwmo Rmfw- Kemh s fm The b 'md P Esroee xrendes ur me FFA F'1"ve'-Sew i:rmucW fzffcuir 75' fha- loccwf dv: DVS' cmquev of UH banquets - - vhe Junior ':'f - s ervgcved by 'Dv Wurqe ' :Jag The T-egcfs Ccwvvy Club is 'he s?"1ng of 'He S.ms's emoy 'ewan of yen' n scrcsbvok ,af :Zigi f 'N 1 ,s E Borvque' vvhwcrw - Sfmor Srmque' F, ., eva, Bow: Bnwmu 'K Q2 Hu... ' ll. I 5Tr2?H1:ra'r:aL1.n c:mP'r'zR TEXAS x ss -151.4 ,r Mrke Morton recerves Schclorshrp Award FFA Jodgrng vecrms wrn Sweepsmbres Awrrd :rv Area IV FFA Judg ng Comesvs Sponsc's fm of Chorvrber of Commerce - sponsored hiv Sveohens ond Mr Moser Awards Program. 1960-61 Sludent ltaocfg freaident id efected in Jpring baffoting Log Cobrn scene on svrrge rs center of rrve-res! cr? Jnmror Senror Banquet Pau! Koonsmcm and June? Crow odd Vo the hosprvolrry Roservvory Hefiiey needs supper! when she rs Word what she hos been eleded of the Jrmrors Promotion Pony, Swden' Body Prezroenr rn vhe frrsv sprrrrg elecvron of rrs krnd Graduation .... Cherished dreams and fulfilled hopes are completed on this occasion. The seniors have practiced sit- ting, walking, and standing. They have learned to have perfect control of Their outward appearance. But for their emotions at this moment no one has prepared them. No one has told them that in this final hour they must leave behind them high school cares and bring to a close every precious, happy, fun-filled hour. No one has told them that they must struggle to control their feelings, thoughts, and memories. That they must force back tears at this last meeting with their classmates. They are no longer a firm, united class, but sep- arate, alone individuals. As they march off the stage they close a door, the door of adolescence, and open the door of maturity. 23 1 A i sv w 41 ' QQ R f sww wgk N K - 211 VN '33 " gg, iw ff, A if if 355 93 W Q Q ig? X f if 1 ' Y X x. Qi X , ., ,M A 5 , 1 Y x M Q 4 , ,KN QQ K vm lui 3 Jil 5 ieaclzerd f or 105 " "'f""'! 1 l 1 1 1 t l it is 5 i l l i When thirty-one teachers and administrators with a combined 457 years of experience ioin more than 500 students in a completely new building with all new furniture, the pur- pose of education is sure to be fulfilled. Academic requirements and scholastic stand- ing at Stephenville High School are outstand- ingly high and rigidly adhered to. A mem- ber of the Southern Association of Secondary Schools and College of which our own Super- intendent Mr. J. C. Helm, Jr., is chairman of the Fort Worth District, the high school con- stantly revises its curriculum to meet today's challenge of better graduates. Minimum requirements for graduation are seventeen credits, including four in English, two in math, two in laboratory sciences, and an increase from two to three credits in social science, one credit in physical education and five electives. Upon entering the ninth grade, students with the help of counsellors, plan their four-year program. This plan may, of course, be re- vised as the student progresses. The many improvements made on the campus this year raised the cost of operation to eighteen cents an hour per student. Latin was added to the foreign language depart- ment this year. Three classes of Chemistry were conducted for the first time. Pre- registration figures for the 1960-61 school year show the need for two Algebra ll classes and there is also an increased demand for Spanish. Of the 91 Seniors graduating this year, more than in any other class in history had four years in math. Next year's Senior Class will be the largest in history. As Juniors they number more than 150. Sophomores number 128, and Freshmen number 142. 25 Mr. Crabtree Mr. Hailey Mr Hllburn Mr Johnson Explorations in the world ol science are encouraged Fred Crabtree, M. E., Math, Physics, Texas Christian University, Algebra, Plane Geome- try, Solid Geometry, Trigonometry, and Phy- sics, Math Club Sponsor. Billie M. Hailey, B. S., Agriculture, Texas A 84 M, Chemistry and Biology, Junior Class Co-sponsor and Science Club Sponsor. A. D. Hilburn, B. S., Science, Texas A 81 M, General Science, Freshman Class Sponsor. Ernest Johnson, Jr., B. S., Biology, Texas A 84 M, Biology, B-team Football Coach, Basket- ball Coach, Baseball Coach anol Science Club Sponsor. Mr. Hailey points out parts of starfish speci- men to Joyce Wood, Sandra Gunn, and Merry Armistead. Coach Johnson and stuclents - Linda Dawson, Linda Boucher, James Horol, Billy Brown, and Ben Wall - examine several of the class ex- periments that have been conducted. Mr. Little Mr. Pilcher Fred Crabtree, M. Ed., Math, Physics, Texas Christian University, Algebra, Plane Geometry, Solid Geometry, Trig- onometry, and Physics, Math Club Spon- sor. Billie D. Little, B. A., Math, Texas Tech, Algebra and Plane Geometry, B-team football. J. D. Pilcher, B. A., Math, Howard Payne College, General Math. 28 Mr. Crabtree if P.- Mr. Pilcher outlines steps in computing profit for General Math students. Mr. Little teaches fundamentals of Algebra ta freshman and sophomore students. an Mr. Crobfree proves one of The Theories obour The right Triongle To Mock Wall Math Department stresses college studies Moth Teciches you To Think. People who hove worked "sToTed" problems in o moth closs know iusr how True 'rhof sroremenr is. Tdking mofh is more fhon lust learning To work problems mechonicolly. Students hdve dmple opporfunify To become ocquoinred with The higher mglhs. Ad-- vonced olgebro, solid geometry, ond lrig- onomefry ore offered. Mr. Crobrrees Algebro ll closs is cr good pre- pororion for college olgebro. Mrs Laurd Lullue Ruth Laurd B S Spanush and Englush North Texas State College Spanush and Latun Spanush Club Sponsor Growung un umportance The language de partment of Stephenvulle Hugh School now uncludes Two years of Spanush and one of Latun Latun has been added thus year Students takung thus classuc language are generally Those who are euther malorung un language or are plannung careers un meducune or law un whuch knowledge of Latun us essentual OT course The average student funds Latun of great practucal use wuth hus Englush words Vocaloularues sentence structure and especu ally the study of Roman customs and culture all help make Latun aluve for today and the Tuture Lmguusts study loreugn cutuzens, languages, and customs Mrs Laurd employs Tape recorder to aud Toreugn language student vuuuh theur pronuncua uon 30 T I . 1 , 1 1 ' . . . . . I ' -1 1 1 1 I I I I I . . . F ., , . O. . u J f u . waqQ4 Wh ' su- Qt' Earl g 1 , ,ln I ffm! Mrs. Foster Arvilla Foster, M. A., Speech, Texos Chrisfion University, Speech Correcfionisf for STephen- ville Public Schools. Mrs. Foster uses The Tczpe recorder in her visits To oll Stephenville Public Schools where she conclucfs speech correction closses. Speech eorreetionist makes hi-weekly visits to high school Swdenfs procfice speech before mirror. --s-W, ..., ,WML 'wromrixm it xx i X sl -., V X--Q - .M ., . kk V .,-v www- wi- we we-.fr .eww .Y fu ,W W-wwe-.swf-wf. ww -f-:mamma I ff kt as 'X English l English lll Phoebe Isbell, M. A., English, North Texas State College, English, Freshman Class Spon- sor. Lorraine Golden, B. A., English, North Texas State College, English anol Annual, Annual Sponsor. 32 ,yn Mrs. Golden Mrs. Isbell Mrs. Shannon Mrs. Shipp Mrs. Jackson Eileen Shipp, M. Ed., English, Texas Christian University, English and Typing, Senior Class Sponsor. Elsie June Shannon, M. S., English anol Home- making, Abilene Christian College, English and Speech, Drarnatics Coach. Emma Kate Jackson, M. S., Elementary Edu- cation, North Texas State College, English, S.P.C. Sponsor. English lays loundalion lor all careers A tool for living! Yes, ThaT's vvhaT English is To every one of us, and as we learn more abouT The wriring and speaking of our language we come To appreciaTe more The Things ThaT This skill can do for us. The ioy and saTisTacTio-n of increased undersTanding is ours as we learn To creaTe in The realm of The imaginaTion and To express our scaTTered ThoughTs in organized ideas and opinions. Senior girls - - Barbara Miller, Linda Driver, Shirley BramleTT, Paf Powell and Nelda Pringle - - spend study period in The library Taking noTes for Their English lV research papers. Mrs. Isbell gives sTudenTs of her English lll class excellenT background Tor advanced English sfudies. 'T' Miss Russell Miss Williams Gayle Russell: B. S., History, North Texas State College, Civics, American History and Psychology. Gwen Williams: M. S., History, North Tex- as State College, American History, World History, FTA Sponsor. Coach Kitchens Coach Weems Charles Kitchens: B. S., Physical Education and Education, West Texas State College, World History and Physical Education, Assis- tant Football Coach, A-Team Boys' Basketball. Bernard Weems: B. S., Physical Education, McMurry College, World History, Physical Education, Assistant Football Coach and Track Coach. Social Studies advance understanding Miss Russell encourages students to improve their spelling by in- Miss Williams answers questions of Coach Kitchens and Coach Weems, new members of the Social Studies Department. cluding it as a part ot Civics class work. i 5 b e at i 'Q , 3 , .EVEf:s,JW!ikQf 34 World History becomes required study World History classes are expanded to ac- commodate incoming freshmen who are tak- ing World History as a renewed requirement tor graduation. Other requirements of this department are American History for iuniors and Civics for seniors. N.. To increase the student's knowledge of governmental structure, of history ot the United States, and of American economy is the goal attempted by the Social Studies De- partment. Kenneth Hook Bill Vandever and Charles Carpenter stand on tip toes as Jacquieta Kirby tests their endurance in Psychology Class Challenging students to better grades witn contracts tor both American and Worla History classes Miss Williams keeps interest ana participation high with an extensive collection ot records ...KL 1 I I . . . . , . . . . t . I H ff 1 'I :viii , . ",.+'f' ,, t , 1 to A . - V3 W 4 . , V f C I A, - , QF ' ,, 5 ., ' g,,,,,,,,- , , ,, s,,,,,c .,-,, L . .V -V V 1 . 35 Mrs. Lecxtherwood Annie Lynn Leatherwood: B. Mory-l-lordin Boylor, Ari' ond tion, Sfingereffe sponsor. T. R. Atwood: B. S., Bond, Bond ond Orchosfro, Bond Mr. Atwood A., Arf, l-lisTory, Physicol Educo Howord Poyne Director. 4l""' Mrs. Shannon Elsie June Shannon: M. S., English ond I-lomemolcing, Abilene Chrisrion College, Eng- lish, Speech, ond Chorus, Dromofics cooch. Fine Arts Chorles Murroy seems 'ro Think John Lothom needs on Meor for music," Art Closs members - - Lindo O'Bryonf, Pot Flory, Neldo Pringle, ForresT Teo- gue, Freddy Quirl, Gene Morrison ond Sue O'Bryont - - compleTe The mJrols for OI' Yeller. The SHS Chorus, under The direction of Mrs. Shannon, renders special holiday music between acts at the Presentation Play. encourages development ot natural abilities Mrs. Shannon and Lucretia Edmondson direct speech class members - - Mack Wall, Arden Knight, Vernon Gunn, Marie Pogue and David Wocley - - in ci scene from Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream. 37 Myrtle Decvenport: B. S., English and Business, Daniel Baker College, Typing, Bookkeeping, and Shorthand, National Hornor Society Sponsor. Eileen Shipp: M. E., English, Texas Christian University, English and Typing, Senior Class Sponsor. ,Q-oevmi' .2 Typing, one of the most popular electives, tests the students' patience in acheiving per- fect papers. Bookkeeping students, Annie Stocks and Pat Deavenport, learn the advantages of being able to operate the adding machine with accuracy and efficiency. 38 '!"'v"1nv-5 Mrs. Deavenporf Mrs. Shipp Business Department - L!! Shorthand students - - Pat Powell, Nelda Alsup and Nelda Pringle - - choose records to help them improve their speed and accuracy for they know that practice and more practice is es- sential in this course. strives lar top speed and ettieieney Mr. Hamilton supervises as D. E. students participate in individual assignments per- taing to their own iobs during a noon-hour class period. Walter B. Hamilton: B. S. Physical Education Howard Payne College, Distributive Educa tion, Tennis Coach and D. E. Sponsor. Mr. Hamilton Coach Little Mrs. Leatherwood M59 Billie Little: B. A., Math, Texas Tech, Plane Geometry, Algebra lg B-Team Football Coach. Annie Lynn Leatherwood: B. A., Art, History, Mary-Hardin Baylor, Art and Physical Education, Stingerette Sponsor. '30 .twinn- lQ ,,,1 ' Wi if ff if Q ,c:f'f-Wie: ,, t isf' f o 1 fatale Bonnie Lewis rides atop the SHS entry in the TSC Homecoming parade, a float dexignecl and constructed by the physi- cal education cleparlrnenip Nancy Koonsman and Connie Eads en- ioy snutflelooard, one of the several varied games and sparks offered in every P. E. class. Mrs. Pittman Mrs. Davis Correct techniques are 42 Sammie Tate Pittman: B. S., Home Eco- nomics, North Texas State College, Homemaking, FHA Sponsor and Junior class sponsor. Rosellen Davis: B. S., Home Economics Education, Texas Wornan's University, Homemaking, FHA Sponsor and Senior class sponsor. year Home Economies program , ,J l 1 L C Homemaking 1 students - - Carolyn Gil- breath, Betty Williams, Peggy Hughes, Lola Murray, Earlene Villines and Joyce Randolph - - learn the essentials ot table setting. SHS entrants in the January "Miss Wool" contest at T. W. C. are - - Ann Bradley, Judy Lockhart, Elizabeth Bur- well and Jeanie Armistead. Judy Lock- hart ties for first place in the Sub-Deb Division. Ralph S. Moser: M. S., Agriculture, A ond M College, Vocotionol Agriculture, FFA Sponsor ond SPC Sponsor. GU ,S-va--'adv Rex Stephens: B. S. Vocdticnol Agricul- ture, A ond M College, Vocational Agri- culture, FFA Sponsor. Mr. Moser Stephens Vocational Agriculture, along with work in FFA provide unlimited ventures 1 ""r""'r Keith Borbee presents owords to out- g E l l lg in l we standing chcrpter friends - - Mr. Gilbert, Mr. Stephens ond Mr. Moser. ' Boys prepore for cdttle iudging contests with coretul cldss study ond ldter field 'Egg trips. g 1. -i zv, ef l , kt l l X . t ,xi we K 2, Library moves into new and modern quarters Mrs. Ferguson Cleo Ferguson: M. L. S., Library Science, Tex- as Womans UniversiTy, Librarian, Library Club Sponsor. Arden KnighT, ConiTa ClayTon and William BramleTT find That The library is The source of all rnaTeriaI needed for Their reseach papers. The library sTaff insTalls officers and inducfs new members early in The year before The shelves are filled and The library is open To studenfs. 44 Nl ii, Mrs. DeuPree Betty S. DeuPree: B. A., Physical Education, Texas Western Collegeg Voca'rionalEducation. ...-4 ,1-i-111171 ,-,,.----1 Manual training yields usclul products in Vocational Education Classes Ronald Lawson Joe McMillin Bobby Se'Cl'1rist Above: Joe and Ronald display woodworking skills. Below: Mrs. DeuPree looks on as boys work on special woodwork proiects. W-'ln :rr Rig Board of Trustees - - Robert Herrin, Gene Porter, Vern Pendleton, Dr. Nathan Cedars, Leonard Fenner, Burette Stone, and E. L. Stephens - - meet in the new and spacious office of Mr. Heirn. Mrs. C. R. Crow, secretory to the tax-assessor, and Rush Mclemore, tax ossessor, make an entry in one ot the books that he keeps up to Mrs. Mome Stephens' 93-yew Old Citizen' dofe- is The Tlrst to vote in the school 'trustee e!e:?'ion at the city recreation hall. Q li..- Y Q. 41414, OWWKX W4 . gd gglgffffmhf J Qwpw MWMAWMOZJM , c ,W Zi A W ' . 1 WAMZZA4 XQZI l 6 ef A!W,,yff gm!! Di fj j!40!ZA ft-.. WCM WJWMMYV WA W ee MR. J. C. HEL! , Superintendent Stephenville Public Schools Miss Lcviece Ramsey, offer severol years service, marries nd leoves the secreforiol duties of The superinfehdenfs office To Mrs. Colwick. , -"-"L, 1 , ,Q MR. COLLIN B. JONES, Principal Monette Dickerson Secremry To The Principals Principal and Counsellor help students with dilemmas fm '77 MR. BEN GILBERT Vice-Principal ond Counsellor Office Help: Lonno Bronnon, Mosetto Jackson, Arden Knight, Poulo Smith, Sue Slwoernoker, Morie Pogue, Cissy Brown, Deidro Corpenter, Brendon Doy, Nelda Alsup, Sondra Price ond Donno Roberson. 3 N-9 Mrs. Hazelwood Elkins, Iunchroom super- visor, plans menus tor several hundred pupils in the Stephenville Public Schools. Indispensable maintenance stall keeps school running smoothly Mrs. Huffman and Mrs. Williams prepare and serve lunch daily to approximately one Students enioy conversation and visiting hundred students. during their lunch period. 'Y 'xc fSe"""V'i i a 3-Lx 50 X lil ss. Xi-' if r 1 . f 5 3 ', il r B 1 i' ' 2 W fs X M i f z l fi .-MM'f""" vw 4 . .A A , mo.. . ,Q-U'5B51 . . Y ., ,-,.-- ' , "M" .,- ,. M,,,..,...,,5,.,, Cusfodians - - Mr. Green, Mr. EvoT'r, onol Mr. Logon - - meer in The new boiler room. Eoch is sfofioned of o olifferenl ploce on The compus. Bus drivers - - Austin F, Butler, George Sporkmon, Jess M. Sexfon, Horrison Smorf, O. B. Will- ioms, Jimmy Jomison, Jock Bishop, Hovvorol Loy, Molcolm Lee, ond B. B. Gilley - -Tronsporr more fhon one hundred sluclenfs 'ro Sfephenville High School. 6,-..-v QHTY1-5.-sw -wi L. SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS lstondmgl Presrolenr Wes Caywood Sgr or Arms Don Jones Vnce Presrdenr Jess ElIloH lsecrfedl Secrefory Treosurer Sheron Self ond Reporter Melba Koonsman exomme college cotologs on flle In SHS Library 52 M3 Dizvs "inte g:t'1'1e IW' NPO sewn' .. ': Burns-91: BELOW: Ve P'es2".. . 5 :, 51.21 s,'P:1 cmmfzny of -me he x J S s one of THE evenfs REGHT: 'Ns Sf 'HJ Cgizch K -ferns, rm .fzckcn saves K :cm S.e 'A W Q Lila :ma M:se"f: 11' We 'rep' Ar- "5'efJ.r:-'ms Zn Ser- : 5 les: 'he s Vrfemr D, .y tn s.. ., sa. wi C :me ' ' we ' 'fa' Mgr' sc'v::1 1, ':1Hwes, ,1 pzzmxn n'.'i:f:9r': senes, 1 s ct'e::y much tcrter than early exdfmr-5 Kfnry Harms, .ntndafv chime' Vimg :Wd Gzv ,Nw G 1 QANSV Seniors extend leadership to student body 'W' ge 3 '.. 4 4 . iw . has .' Nefdr Alsnp 2:1 2 Jcmerre Ande son Top mogozme salesmen cllsploy coveted prizes Glass wholeheartedly enters Ra 'iff' 35,3 Je'mrv e Arml5?eOd Q I Awood Steve Bailey Fred Bcnnowsky Kewth Borbee Ann sets up for 'eome To return The volley an Sensor Foculfy game many Fund ralsmg achvlhes Ann B ey ro F iw Bone Re Dworn NN AQQ un. iv " if C"" ww ffl GRADUATES: lBack Rowl Karen Sue Shoemaker, Fred Bannowsky, Norman Whitfield, Phillip Cleveland, Bobby Glasgow, Vernon Gunn, Arden Knight, Steve Bailey, Charles Tidwell, Gerald Madeley, lRow 2l Wes Caywood, Billy Bailey, Kenneth Harris, William Bramlett, J. M. Leather- wood, Kenneth Hock, Charles Lowery, Billy Bell, lRow 3l Jeanie Armistead, Metzi l-looks, Elizabeth Burwell, Terrell Starnes, Jess Elliott, Janette Anderson, Bill Vandever, Charles Hunt, Joe Wallace, Mike Latham, lRow 41 Mildred Spitzenberger, Melba Koonsman, Wanda Golightly, Jan Lockingbill, Judy Lookingbill, Kitten Fears, Nelda Pringle, Shirley Bramlett, lRow 5l Linda Driver, Erma Whitworth, Pat Powell, Linda Davis, Barbara Miller, Frances Wood, Lois Dunn, Sharon Grizzard, Nancy Wyly. '60 Commencement becomes a reality Mmg. ' LEFT: Arrival of rings create clamor. Exicitea y 1 e iice to claim thfi rings, so long and hopefully expectea 5 nic-Hr: The Qdfhour trip to Mayan Ranch, Bandecx i light of our senior year g happy group ot sen- h th tt I so g L tl G l as tw eventful day ends if Mike Latwnni backed by Charles Soil, Jezs Elliot, Allan Siriegles, Bobby Glasjow ona Muck Wv,..M-1' 'P -f lBcick Rowl Philip Modeley, John Moser, Allon Striegler, Don Jones, W. R. Howell, Dwoin Bills, Doyle Smith, l-lorry Pork, lRow Ql John Lothom, Bill Atvvoool, John Clopp, Kendoll Moseley, .lornes Jockson, Mike Morton, Cloyton Yeoger, Jockie Hill, Jerry Brock, lRow 31 Chorles Still, Bonnie Lewis, Mosetto Jockson, Lolo Hughes, Nicki McAclen, Mock Woll, Vivion Moytielol, Ccnito Cloyton, Morie Pogue, lRow All Sheron Sell, Roberto Loudermilk, Borboro Huttmon, Isobell Knotts, Chorlene Hortstield, Sonclro Price, Pot Spindor, lRow 5l Ann Moikell, Ann Broclley, Genive Dow, Michele Welch, Brendo Jennings, Pot Flory, Belvo Pendleton, Dorthy Sporks, Jonice Currier, Neldo Alsop. Seniors make linal exit lrom SHS Howl: ng gone coofcnns fclockwisel Vevnon Gunn Dan Jones s E 0 ci cnd Bo GUS ow me s ,un wvh oo First homecoming highlights last year Pnxlinp Cieve and Wayne Crow Janice Currie Ono Fclye Daniel Lando Davis Gemve Dow Nrckr woyloys Jess cus he storts to leave Llbrory for cr closer look cnt hrs new locket Seniors proudly wear Letter Jackets Flo y T 9 ff""ID I L c ewo Edmondson ' Jesz Ettwotr K :rr ' 1' P T woo r V Bobby Gtcrsgc . Wands Go! Fly A ' as u buh surrounds ordering ol Invltatlons WN l 60 F lj' bl' -gh. W-F""' -sv- Slno on Grnzzard Ve non Gunn Kennevh Hams Charlene Hartsfield c H I Kenne n Hook e zu Hooks W R Howell Barbara Huffman Lola Hughes Charles Hunt James Jackson H h I l I as 5 ,.,. - ' fl ...ll E vu E il V xg . ,Eg r is " ,- Y L' " ,ln , ln - 5 F l "'v . X il Q A Q Ja lue r l Ag, in fi? M, s s... Moserre Jackson S H S sensors enloy The focllmes of TC U cofeferlcx during The Cfnfe ence Coreer Doy Brenda Jennmgs T G ll Career Day ushers m last semester 'Non Jone sue J 'm s 'nz-:arf 'ws Lynn K nsey WW e Kr y Q-X Arden Km ghr ji .M .X sober! Knows Q..,,,,..,., in- ':--- fit Seniors present The People Versus Maxme Lowe Ms-Hun Kmfmsmnn UZPME Lm'1 'lj' 1005. 'bar' e! L my Q r ng Us 4 U s wggh w u e .- Wooiey! e cussu f Lwsmg 1 rv ve p s N wow fm see ss her bwn'9 on Cho les Londes J Hn Lot om sv , -.. Leorhewuoo Bcrvw e Lewws ...Maw 'Sf' 'F Tv.-:Q .- rv lfwng Gy inf 'sv-' New Formals, Decorations add Anticipation, Gaiety to Junior-Senior Banquet ---- a Whofa More red tape' Lindo Driver watches closely to see thot Genive Dow makes no mistake in odlustmg the hem of her new formoi Rob ci Loudermilk Chories Lowery Nick Beth McAden Jon Lookrngbii Judy Lookmgbiii up or-sr NMA Gert-id Modeiey i i 9 Modei li 'Ulf NJ An mn A Prom Halls End ol 12 Great Years Vnvxon Moyfreld Bnrbrurn Mull:-v Make Morton Kendall Moseley John Moser r-lorry Pork Belvo Pendlemn Delus Phllllps Joe Paper Morne POQUS I ' W""WY"t::2"?x i 1 A 1 I A Lois Roulston Sheron Self Koren Sue Shoemaker Doyle Smnh J Spar Last week oi High School is one big whirl Pfnf c G Pc.-fe. l So ndro Pr cb Nelda Pringle Delbert Rorluff if V? Yo-M -29" . X Dorvhy Spcrks . 5 'X T, . ks Q Pffrlcm Sn nflfl' Mnldred Spnzenbevgev v: ""':,Q Saws' mp commlrvee plols 'he rome to Bondevo Seniors make plans - Fun to come Teruell Slovnes Clmvles Slml A lcm Sluegle' Charles Tldwell Bill Vondever Mock Wcll ,.,-- CHc1ri?r1e Hartsfield and Fred Bonnowsky dance or Vine Prom offer the Junior - Sen or Bcmquev Joe Wulioce Seniors enter their Finale at SHS Wm Norman Whirfield Erma Whrtworfh Frances Wood 'Huw 'Y'-my ,f Dowd Wooley :,,,, 5.,.- V Nancy Wyiy v , fr' 1 " Clcmyron Yeager ' 'Sk Ss KM, ,qi ,X Junlor Class Officers lseafeoll Preslclenf Rosemary Heffley, Treasurer Donna Brock, Secre tary Nova Wood, lsmndmgj Vice President Carroll Cawyer, Reporter Hustornan Mac Hancock, Sgfs at Arms Bill Vandaveer lnof prcfureoll and Tommy Cox enfhusaashcally search for bon quet Ideas A ,naw A 4, . ,. ,. , w.,. .H,,TL,x5 . is lM'Al24Q lf .. Q -I l .x "Qi is I if 'ik Q, -.2 'J' is 3' 1 Www' " , X X 3 Qui!! V! To .J of QQ' W 3 C ..., H' N ff '5 X M M sq Mk A K i. fd A NJ ! . 5 M, 68 n-fwwmw, Jmmwovs Roserncyy Heffley gCorneMm Skwrme'l cmd Cumy Bvevme: IEmuiy Km- Mus Jfrdfsovv saves Lcmrme Temgpe and Bob Bcxm, two mem- nvougbl have pcblews on bomm shp vw 'he Vw-sf-vwfrrrvgm Wray emvfrl be-'s cf the nlzzy Urs' ::' 'HP 'zwwcxl sm!! pony fQNowmg imc Hewvf. .'fe'- Young Guy 'he P'es,-wu':m Pwrmy 'he Jun :V 01.55 MW 's s! me J Jun-1-1,1:Mff-fl ,ffm s :wi cfzgrmv 'Ks 51 'v.:r-f, 9 'tuvcffm ewrcmce :Md OVIEXS fhougbfs sponscs ex.Js1'.e-rvccs rx yes' MH cz? swcvwsrls 'znfi :Wig P ws we f 1-1 vwn ': Mgivc- H"11'e's 'me Jun :v Goss -5 busy vvhh pre- 'md cm uf-ci ou' fm mcmy Qvfvmfvs ,ncxvfw',3'vs M' 'rw Jw-wc'fSenmr Bcmcymmf. RIGHT: Hwmg in Q 5' Jun 1 y 'iw Szwrrvsw ffm 1m'r:':n U1 BELOW: LEFT: ,. QW RIGHT: - y uw Hw -V xw, ' c .sz sz msg wsfwgf-is fdvwb- DW 'v 'vo .f Q :ss Mm: H-ww rw -- W JPWK- f' i-fp Vv: T. :wr P-1, mx B 'CL dwcba 'S T zf' '.' S lf- "W Lzmqbm H 4 r if 5 , , 4 ww- Lv ,wc W: Www ww jx 'hw Martha Boose Butch BonsoH NesNey Booth Borboro Bos':ck John Boucher Lonnu Bronrxon Scorfy Bray Ccnhy Brewer or-rw lik 4Q f eil, pai 'ay 1 n ny C vpen ea :K :rr Y C lvv P Royce ChondNer New Clenden r Beme Cooke C nrhm C R f ' f Goodness look at the work that Iles ahead' Evelyn D rwn Ex C1 Pr! N nf Qym On 1 Doc C om Dxvws Dry yenporv Dewshe .1 efm Dv I .-bm Dcrvv: E" 15, W I Sz: :nh 'Sym .- , Da. 1: C:'ey a Ovzzfhes CSD? 'P' A 2.5 5-. fag f' Dsm H ' ' Jn' Cafe-' Cr Q! ' yo I E 'fm o , y Ov To 'vw Cu V I l . T311 fl f 1 Dei: 1. if Gary Evolt Ecfdre Fenner Judy Fenner Plwilrp Fergus n John Fveernon Kny Fulcher Roberv Gmrefv Rober' Godfrey lrene Green Lmdo Greenlwcm Eur: Bell Gwffm Jo Ellen Hone The ycar's projects begin with cupcake sales Juniors lisTen oTTenTively To plons for cu new proiecT QT cm closs meefing following on pep film! rolly. gg, 6 M. U ... I .. l YT 'Jlac Hancock Jzhn Handley Gemini Hcirwcn Bobby Harr s Doug Harrison Cecil Hatcher Rosema ry Hettley Emma Henderson Nanci Hendrickson Willard Howle Juanita Huston Oleta Huston lf , M 'aa -- 'cr' .4 -1 x..f Juniors tax their brains with scholarship tests The gunior play entitled Seventeenth Summer' is enjoyed as much by the cast as by the audience. Margaret Ueannevte Tidwelll comforts Angie Uecn Laughlinl as she learns thot people are not always as they seem. Jane lNancy Norwoodl looks on as Margie Uenell Parnseyl angrily tells Angie, 'Well, thats gratitude! Our sincere thanks go ta our wonderful sponsors - - Mr. Hailey, Mr. Hamilton, and Mrs. Pittman - - for their patience and help through the year. Here, they are pictured at the fountain, one of the scenic highlights ot the Junior-Senior Banquet. 'MMWQ Ct cn Ms Hytes Cgnnfe Hytes C '19 J tws mrvy J tfws njrw M ny J nes C vol Ke! S Je-my Knapp v my rx 11 Excitement mounts as we order our senlor rmgs PQ" cr: Mcfrrrmzhwn Heferv MCCNPSLQM' Terry McCoy Borbcxro MCK rwey Cynfhuo MCMUM m Divo n Moyfueld mic: Merr4 James Muller D mme Morvgomery Gene Morr son Don Moser Nancy Moser ..-r The junior play brmgs glory to the class mam? Char! 5 Murray Pmrme Nelson 'J 'way No wood Thurrr' n Ogle DL m CN ns fve y ne!! Romsey Pqsberry pr' ips '25 '-i. 1 x Flwy nwu Ps we: G 'Hy Bonny S Reby Se Cn v rw SF wn x HP The hlghllght ol our year the lunlor semor hanquel Douglas Srmvhey Nc Soyourner Pfnsy Sparks Agnes Spwfzenbergev Larry Smmes Anme Stocks Berry Stone Forrest Teague --sl ww J nd swu rv 1 mv 1 Vcmu 9 fy Waker Jucmh Wnlkev m I xx Robe-H Wo son ,p- W 'Y is -V' 'O' 0:37 52 Just one year to go' 'E -4-..-Q QQ? ,pus- JN 1 VVUU V est Joo JDO fix ?"'M' X E N fghv eg 3 H n Y mcy EN rv Zum e rw f PSfZvw9 1.-Q .f X xwxgfff 'lj 'pw vm v ,ak MY- is s Q16 awww Sophomore Class Offlcers enloy meehng of The Dcury Kung where Reporter James Hord serves lcounter clockwusel Treasurer Nell Dove, Secrefory Judy Sfarnes, Vice Preslclenf Carol Johnson, Presldent Paul Koonsmun cmd Sgts of Arms Donny Wood cmd Anne Games R , .Xl A K, U . 7 Z I I- -1-4 asf I -Y ' 5? A N Q- , V s., fl V J . H J Q W xc , M , I L - 1, 7 .I 5 Q X L N, ' , . ' , 4 A s 1::-:W . 1-jw m rm .5 ' A .. 3? " ' wig . , , ' - ?'E:::E,.,j,., . T fir 5 f 2 , K ' , , iss. ' ' ' ' Y ' Q M " QQ l . f W, EA, Y A V . , Q 1 .,,X.jxm, , X V . , ,11. . Wa . ,.. -,L.K. .,,.. , , ? L M., . . . Sophomore Closs Sponsors ore Mrs. Lillie Rufh Loird onol Rex Slephens. Eager elass el '62 collects leaves and bugs Sue Greenvvoy, Juoly Lockhorl, Poul Koonsrnon, Gay Neblell ond Corolyn Comody seem To be enicying The porly honoring Fovorifes ond CosT olrer The Presenlofion Ploy. 151-Q Scotvy Allen Tino Mrke Jddy Jerry Alsup Andrews Barley Bennevv Wayne Blue X '-si.-3" S? 'Q L ndo Bouche- Carolyn Comedy Ann Pegoy C mrrell Con ve, V . '-- A .Q ,V Q, Dowd Nonelku Dgwg A 1 BL, ns Bu P Sophomores unlle to take Corby Edward Kenrefh re Crmnefwve Cos rv C ww iv in As f7 is 'sv ,Pxfhv X Chet Beth Ronolo Bermce Dole Ccwyer Cedars Chandler Chaney Chapman Cfende-mn 80 x 55, x . A A-L A Y , J , . K1 5 Q w B Uv Bwllre ' ' E"-An E': n Bro .n , 'N r I c it H ' r c Cl ' Cr dilgdddrd. .,C.Q.r- drd gr: :-: E:E::i' ::1:1 , f',. :.- XE:-vs, ,-,'-:- ':::::: ' :' ,:-ss: " "" : ,r, . ,f . ' 5 ' 5 s- . ,ug 2 r ' V 5,3 v ' F A A3 :., jf D D 3 , :" JZ f ygiidiif f Q - R. D. ' ' Pony Jomn-y Charles Janet Pow Londo Cobb f Cole Cwzbnee Cvcw Davos Dawson gn '--..: 'Bl' I' ' ' o 'Mme Nxxlff -v U Vie Dons Elome Uoyd Day Denman Dove Dunn Dunson Donson strong hold on school spmt Der? Dcie Rodney Anne EN w t Evans Evcvf Fenner 'S 9.4-3 my -- '3' 1 dl-H 1'- Lundo Sh ey Randy lou Fve-lyn Lunar: Gomer G lbrecnh G Ney Golughtly Gooch Goodman ,X hr- ills -inn 2 rk - N l I LIN? '73 J fn E1 :'n':m Not Gr-ues J M i pm J 6 - Zoot M-'Q A -,, , iiiffffl vi ' I ' S qs.. any YV ""'?' fx 494 Ti vnu "" 1-my Pat Sue Dwayne Sandra Dons Haidy Green Greenway Griffin Gunn Harvnir H:1r--p"n Patricia Ann Tornrny Joy Glynda Jarnes Harvey Heaton Henry Herring Hickey Hord Jimmy Janice Carol Ernnna Maivlwa Benny Hornbeck Huey Johnson Johnson Jonnscn Jones Uh-oh, looks like Benny Jones has been cougln in the acl and by Mr. Gilbert at Tbafl Santa likes The Sophs! 'en mums, 11 .. 5 , , fag: A MP, l Q W:.:7 ..., -V - ' ' -:fZQEsE2I.2i .,,,, , ' ""' 1 -15:5 . A t , fi"-V ..,. ....aea::'A , A I. 9i1v,,I Pxxm D11 gy Kconsw-on Kwwishige Kunkler HWY M J E 'N .1-ffm-9 A, Lw- Lmleaon 'Afmrrce Rfvrw e Ummm McE!vsy MLFHME Mcfrvce ol thinking to Sophomores J W- png gigs! fe wggwwq iv Jerry Land Judy Lockhart Johnme Mc1rshoiN l x LmdG Lerner Glorvo Lockmgbill Dowd Moriah Carol Lofhom Roy McCoy F-zxrbmo Mwtchell M45 Sfmdvc: Gay Awe' Lwmiu 5,e Move M from Neblev N ylond O y rx A is ag. S9 Er X, 6 -1 T7 W' LW11 cxyne y wr Lv, Puck Pockwo new Sophomores charm school Fre'idy Jw e Ce y Qurul Reed Reyrv Gs ge- C QP -E" 1" 'Ke 1: "H -sf' X-L Kenneth George Elsie Judy Mary Jo Pere Sones Sporkn cm Sfcmfo d Srornes S osey Svephens 84 v Y 0 e B' 5: ' C Q' , 'f 'v ' Lze' 'X A , K fte 5 . . I --.:, , 5 :.,- :: - -K, N -e ..Ve':" x ,,,.. 9 XC -ff L:1"y 'JJ' Ar v Cir' N CJ: cc: P:'H:m- D: N P,,f.v S 5 Q'- , I wc v yge JC' Ce 5'I'D'1'f1 w Sy pc ,S 5 M .,,, ,, X -K , N Q 'eeee , eeeeeee e, ee e:e eee e ee V .,.f-fi , ,.,: 5 'J ii.. . Ui - ..,, , . ::-- "'-. f - V J ' I :,.. If I xx, . New it f M Q if J 1 'C' my 'bf Audrey Nancy Bo en Stone Storm T dwell Vandaveer Wall Elarne Wallace W-V mm ff'1 Treva George Johnny Dcavrd Lu Jo Brenda Werdner Wessons Whrfe Whitfield Wolfe Womack with buhblmg personalrhes and crazy anllcs D xnny Joyc Wood Wood 'S -1435 vs," M Pamela Wooley Naylancl Young Trevor Werclner portrays French gurl rn presen tation play FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS Presldenf Monette Boyetfe Reporter Fred Jean Evaft ond Sharon Hcmmlt Vnce Presudenf Mlke Brandt fsfcmdnng ecrefory Kay Pllcher cmd Treasurer Jan Pllcher lseoted! get together of Telus Bowlmg Lanes 86 1 ' 1 . 1 V ' . C i ' 1 -- ' I - I , ., , -. . . . . . . I ' I . . . Freshmen Jerry Knight .nmmy Moore Demo! Levmllon ond Jomce Womocm m e Thesr fursT plons for hgn schooi of slormg reglsfrohon Below Glass ol 63 Freshmen sponsors for 1959 60 ore Mr A D Hnlbun ond Mrs Phoebe Isbell L Freshm rm ond The r p lems wow Tlweur In for pre reglsfrohon A gt unii. 87 J 5 iii:- Q51 ' :, . " f 'T x an S' 1 'S' af g .Q ,,,, it .,,.,. k IZEZ 35: , .yffiF.:'5"if:5. ' I ,. ,... 1 , je eeieee ' 1 1 J N .,. . ZI: A ,:qE, 4 4 f K c. lx ii f fx .SN -X ..-::- f' gh fmt -Y Swv Ronnie Alrcios ' Ex W-. 24,4-v 'FCM' Dense Armislesd Carol Boker Pol Bollow 5 Twin Bundy Dohn Borhum Donny Boshom Lindo Bcirrle ri .JE .-:FMU 1. .f.H1i"21n. 32 3 .1 , I-',g:g5::3g:-3 Y ,vw Bobby Bell Mike Biggs Allen Brrdwell Bruce Boczse Rm Boose Monefve Boyerve Harry Bradley Jerry Brcmblett 5 x iv? Eager Fish join clubs, become part ol Freshmen girls - - Shoron Hommif, Jeon Evolt, Jon Pilcher, Monefre Boyerf, Koy Pilcher, ond Alice Crcuin - - enioy The FHA-FFA picnic in eorly full. 2 - ' ,N ,M Charlotte Brarnlett Mike Brandv Lester Brannon Mary Bray Virginia Burns Melba Butler Frank Cantrell Deidra Carpenter Carol Carr Elaine Ccson? Maurice ,Chandler Leonard Chapman Don Collins Dovid Cook Alice Crain Donny Croft attend initiations, high school Iile Billy Barley presents The prize for being me oem dressed spook at the Hallowe en Fun Nignr ro Ar 1 Glass ol 63 in spacious Whereoboufs of Thof egg hos Jon Pilcher be vvilolereol' Jockie West could help her! Som Doniel Jimmy Doshier Ronnie Driver Connie Eods Kenneth Eokrns Ann Evons Jecn Evorf Fred Ewers Ricky Ferguson John Fowler Larry French Lu Fulcher Buck Goddy Carolyn Gilbreuth Gloria Gryder Judy Halbert takes its place new building Jess ElIioTT and Mack Wall forcibly encourage John Yearwood and Fred Ewers To hurry with Their cinnamon rolls of the first fun night Sharon Hammit Norvol Harmon Marie Hayes Wanda Holbrook J,m Hord Donna Huddlesfon Don Huffman Peggy Hug hes Sandra Humphrey Terry Ice Shirley Jackson Phillip Jackson Corlis Joye Jordon P X f sf Eddie Keilberg Judy Kerr Virginia King Q --... f J l 92 Jerry Knighf Nancy Koansinaw Rim Laughlin Nawvll Lriwsan Berry Lfi Assn David Lewfillen Caiol Lingle Pmvy Lang Tam Lovelace Ja Doris Lowe Sam l.owe'y Scatfy Mclfleery James Mclnvoe Barbara McKinney Zan McKinney Linda McMillan 1 -nv. 'TNT Freshmen favorites - - Kay Pilcher, Riia Laughlin, anal Pat Ballow - - sTill seem a biT bewildered at The party for The favoriTes after The Presentation Play. Freshmen elect 'U' -1-P" L qfv 01' 2i,, Q ..,, v,. ,-.,,-,-- -:--- V . wi is Cc1rcNyn Mehoffey Lmdo Moxwell Benny Mwlls Hernvfm Milfs Borborcl Montgomery Dzde Moore Lolo Muffy Ehzobevh Peck Down Pendleton Jerry Pendleton .Jon Pnlcher V Kay Pwkher I7 Slave Pmce Cfwgi Ramsey J :yce Rzzndolph Bcubcm Rcxsbefry Carolyn Rowe Susie Sanford Grady Rasberry Linda Shelro Archie Sea le LaRue Ratliff Eddle Roach Edna Robbins Nan Showalter Ellen Smn ey Judy Slorm Allen Swain Charlene Taylor JoAnn Tharnron Kenneth Tuggle Jack Vauglrrn Freshmen cheek schedules ya at as hrsl e r Rita Laughlin snows Debra and Penny how To put Together a recipe booklet as a l959 I X v rm- vw? 1 'rf' Wil Sh X' em' 'ai' XG 'dv lor second year SHS lades away Deidro Carpenfer infroduzcr new Freslimf sfuclenfs, .leo n, Helen Lily, and Ronnie Moore To hr. Hilburn 5 . R 7' Aa ...., ,Wi I J s 1 Cha 5 W.. VT 55" l x , s ae Ri f 4' rf 'i -J ' l .J-V! 1. v y. if rf' Earlene Villines Shirley Walker Sidney Walker James Wavson Palsy Waugh ' Jackie West Elizabevh Willard Berry Williams Janice Womack Lynell Wood Sharon Wood Billy Wyly Joyce Wyly John Yearwood Dorothy Yeaies Jimmy Zimmerman First Semester Honor Roll First Row: Second Row: Third Row: Fourth Row: Fifth Row: Sixth Row: 96 in , .4 . .. . c... -W Pot Deovenport, Wondo Holbrook, Lindo Bottle, Koy Pilcher, Judy Kerr, Jon Pilcher, Shoron Hommit, Denise Arrnisteod, Lindo Boucher, lBorboro Roseberryb ond Sonid Peterson Alice Croin, Lindo Pock, Mory Siosey, Anne Goines, Lindo Gorner, Sue Green- vvoy, Corol Koy Johnson, Poulo Smith, Roydene Drennon, 'Cecilio Boliovv, Rosernory Heffley ond Rovce Chondler Mike Biggs, Ronnie Altoros, Jonice Reed, Pot Horvey, Lindo O'Bryont, Borlooro I-luffmon, Roberto Loudermilk, Sheron Self, Ann I-leoton, Lindo Dovvson, Eloine Wolloce, Lindo Lorner ond Ann Conrrell Monette Boyette, Cdrol Romsey, Edo Beth Griffin, Pot McClonohon, Fronces Wood, Conito Cloyton, Jonet Neylond, Shirley Jockson, Koy Fulcher, Pot Flory, Sondro Tomlison, Bill Vondever ond Mike Morton Jonice Koonsmon, Novo Wood, Cynthio Cork, Connie Hyles, Jeonette Tidwell, Potsy Zirnmermon, Jo Ellen I-ldrn, Trevo Weidner, Jeon Evott, Rito Loughlin ond Borboro Mitchell Dovid Pendleton, Don Moser, Normon Deisher, Gerold Modeley, John Hondley, Jock Voughn, Philip Modeley, John Lolrd, Eddie Keilberg ond Gory Evott Second Semester "A Honor Roll Conlta Clayton Pat Flory Baro 4 l-luttman Charle Hunt Arden Knight Bonn e Levvls Ce :lla Ballovv Pat Carr Cynthia Cork Pat Deavenport Raydene Drennan Gary Evatt Kay Fulcher Eda Beth Grlttun Jo Ellen l-lam Rosemary I-lettley Llnda Boucher Lunda Dawson Lnnda Garner Sue Greenway Ann Heaton Lrnda Larner Judy Lockhart Ronnue Altaras Denise Armrstead Linda Battle Mlke Biggs Monette Boyett Alnce Craan Jean Evatt Judy Halbert Sharon l-lommutt Shnrley Jackson SENIORS JUNIORS SOPHOMORES FRESHMEN Roberta Loudermilk Nncka Beth McAden Gerald Madeley Phllnp Madeley Sheron Self Frances Wood Connie l-lyles Janice Koonsman Dan Moser Paula Smith Donah Thurman Jeannette Tldvvell Sharlene Wood Nova Wood Martha Yancy Patsy Zimmerman Barbara Mitchell Janet Neyland Lrnola O Bryant Linda Pack Janlce Reed Elaine Wallace Joyce Wood Eddie Kenlberg Ruta Laughlin David Pendleton Sonia Peterson Kay Pllcher Joyce Randolph Barbara Rasloerry Susan Sanford Nan Showalter Jack Vaughn H Royce Chandler John Laird -Q-.XA no ,1- Q'-5, Pl rlrp us Sc Gerofd Acceley Chories Twwelr 56 Mrke Mo Gerrrve Dow 9 inf I' s ns e O m rl 5 are Vo GHC: e '1 rm m C U ern 5 Home C1 e rc crnfl we Modefey vx G ld d H d V ld d V I r rx 1 Nu G10 ron wrrh U 93 69 cuvero -p-4-.4 -ngb- CIVSVTO x2 rr 0 eey 9 0 e ru ou e rw 0 oe Nfl 'uce 9,5 O ormre Lew 5 9 rorrces ood mio Ncryvcn 9 i 4 Spvzerw e r 92 O6 e on e Km en Sue SHO Arden Kmghv 909 John Moser Cf' 47 Br 1 HL1'rrw 90 Q3 Crcxyron Yeager 9 3 Vrcr MfAc1en 918 nr... 98 lllllll lllllllll intl' Senior scholarship recipienls are Mildred Spifzenberger, ff'- fl Erma Whifvvorfh, Roberta Loudermilk, Clayton Yeager, Conifa Clayton, and Gerald Madeley. Billy Bailey Sfudenr Body President Mildred Spitzenberger D A R Winner John Latham Teenage Road-eo Winner l Elizabeth Burwell and Mike Morton Bonnie Lewis "l Speak for Democracy" Fl-IA Sfafe Degrees Conlesr Winner v," wr Y , ., N rv? is '-r xr-'ev' io, .K l'l 9' --44' ' , ,.A- , .. .J I 'M K I D. ' ji' 'ji- Frances Wood, English IV and Shorthand, Mildred Spitzenberger, Annual, Lola Hughes, Hom: making Ill, Lucretia Edmondson, Speech, Conita Clayton, Stingerettes, Erma Whitworth, Civics, Roberta Loudermilk, Bookeeping, and Barbara Huffman, Distributive Education. Senior Wll0's WHO Don Jones, Sports, Philip Madeley, Algebra ll, Gerald Madeley, Physics, William Bramlett, Solid Geometry, Kenneth Hunt, PsycholoQY1 Delas Phillips, Vocational Agriculture Ill, Bill At- wood, Band. '7 2 i 1 5 4 5 K Patsy Zimmerman, Plane Geometry, Pat Deavenport, Spanish ll, Jeannette Tidwell, American History and Chemistry, Cynthia Cork, Chorus, Martha Yancy, Latin and Sports, Cynthia Mc- Mahan, Typing I, Eda Beth Griffin, Library, Sharlene Wood, Typing ll, and Jean Laughlin, Spanish ll. Junior WHO's WHO T i Annually representative students are selected as Who's Who in their respec- tive subiects. SHS faculty members give special attention to scholarship, achieve- ment, and student interest in their selec- tion. P l-leretofore revelation of Who's Who 1.79 members came the day cf the annual distribution. This year thirty-eight Who's Who received recognition in a F special assembly in April. 2 E i Gary Evatt, English Ill, Norman Deisher, Trigonometry, and Gerald Harmon, Vo- 5 cational Agriculture ll, o lOl Sue Greenway, Homernaking ll, Barbara Mitchell, Algebra lg Elaine Wallace, Biology, Janice Reed, English II, and Lu Jo Wolfe, Art. Sophomore WHO's WHO Eddie Keilberg, Martha Yancy, Jeannette Mr. Jones, SHS principal, presents the award Tidwell, and Frances Wood earn double re- and congratulates Janice Reed, one of 38 cognition and receive Who's Who awards in students receiving Whos Who recognition. two subiects each. E S X af :- Kar? ll fx J v-:v- rl A for l Q Z, iO2 .Heartd were young and Qay D .94 Perfect go Q redentation of fairly fxcilecl M 1 ma 1 ui' . - K is its s SHS students select their favorites each year by secret ballot with no nominations or campaigning. A boy and girl from each class are selected by their own class mem- bers as class favo-rites. The entire student body selects a School Sweetheart and Most Representative Boy and Most Representative Girl. Fo-r these honors classification is no qualification. ln December the Yellow Jacket annual staff sponsors a play to present these favorites and their runners-up, whose identities have been kept a closely guarded secret since the announced election held in a regular fall assembly. Other favorites - - sweethearts of the various clubs and the Student Body President who has been selected earlier in an S.P.C.-sponsored all-school balloting fol- lowing presidential campaigning - - are also recognized on this gala occasion although they have been previously presented. An all-school cast spends many hours in practice before the curtain goes up in early December. Representative students are seated in a special section. Excitement mounts as the play progresses. At the clos- ing the names of favorites and runners-up are revealed. This year's presentation play, "Our Hearts Were Young and Gay," so ably directed by Mrs. June Shannon, has been acclaimed one of the best productions of the year. At the close of the third act, Postman John Laird delivered invitations to some of the students in the reserved section to attend a party welcoming the Skinners from their cruise. A lovely holiday setting was per- fect for the gay celebration. Upon return- ing, the Skinners had many gifts for their friends. These gifts were, of course, no less than the revelation of the 1959-60 favorites. 105 ,E AA . ,A. .: I Din .::E:,, BILLY BAILEY STUDENT BODY PRESIDENT lv ' ,V R 5 Q 4 2 tG"":41 Q I' BONNIE LEWIS SCHOOL SWEETHEART Q-fx T'-:YE CLAYTON YEAGER MOST REPRESENTATIVE BOY MILDRED SPITZENBERGER MOST REPRESJ-:NTATlvE GIRL L- VERNON GUNN AND CONITA CLAYTON SENIOR FAVQRITES y,....f ROSEMARY I-IEFFLEY AND DON JONES JUNIOR FAVORITES ww- Wy swf Oli' iqw wQSm ,wwf wwe W GKUW ....n i.a KAY PILCHER AND PM BALLQW I-'RESHMAN FAVORITES 3 ,fy A I: , LL H' . A ' ,ff , , ".- ' -,M 3 Q: X bww 3 'Z SHERON SELF BILL ATWOOD 1,4 BAND SWEETHEART STINGERETTE BEAU L. ,, ,NN N ,., My y ---- X 1, fl-Q " ? N x ."- fa g. Z Q -, SQ! Z . f J 'M x V y ,LSO 4 M' 1 A 1 as - L JSR -,,gf W .J ' .. BRENDA JENNINGS FOOTBALL SWEETHEART I, W we N . Www W 4. x .Q ,MZ 'W X mm ' f Q R , . K ,, , D af as U : I' K ' ar . 1, ' , 3' f mg , xg S Y sk X ' 1 , " by fs , as ilj . 5 f 1 D All-School Favorite Runners-up MICHELE WELCH scHooL SWEETHEART ur X ,X ' s 'Mm ROBERTA LOUDERMILK cmd JESS ELLIOTT Mosr REPRESENTATIVE Glass Favorite BOBBY GLASGOW X ond ELIZABETH BURWELL NORMAN DEISI-IER SENIOR FAVORITES cmd CATHY BREWER JUNIOR FAVORITES Runners-up NELL DOVE ond R. D. CAWYER SOPHOMORE FAVORITES RITA LAUGHLIN cmd I-'RED EWERS FRESHMAN FAVORITES Spirit id lziglz an pariicipalion id ,fxiib ,V A 3-fs, , ,wr 1 5 1 A A 5 , x..., W, T. ,, ....,. ..u,.,. . , , JEPTE Q 5: E srl- . 5 ' , 1 ' yiiisf . Q 2 32 S , gw his :xg1ii?ix5'fi'5'i.ifZ f EL-Qsgfzexgapgg-2: E ELEUE E Emi er t an ever an A uaraed A booming school population at SHS calls for a boom in activities. Interest looms high as students return from summer workshops and conferences. Almost every organization gets a head start with summer planning ses- sions. 1958-59 convention data is brought to light, programs are scheduled, and gala events, as well as money-making proiects are plotted. Stingerettes attend regular summer practice sessions, members of the band re- ceive special training, and prospective foot- ballers start training with two-a-day work- outs during football camp. After several weeks of school two new clubs, Speech and Choral, are organized. Mem- bership has increased in almost all of the clubs. The FTA surpasses all former records with a 450!o increase to become one of the largest organizations in SHS. Stingerettes are forced to limit membership to seventy- five. Coaches, more than ever before, en- courage boys to participate in sports. The nation-wide emphasis on math and science increases memberships in these clubs and ac- counts for a year of varied and interesting activities. School spirit, at its peak, echoes the football teams through a losing season, and soars to even greater heights as the Honeybees of SHS advance to the finals of the Regional Tourney. Predictions of things even better for next year fill the air. The last of the athletic uniforms are hung in the fieldhouse, organizations close down a well-rounded year with election of new of- ficers, picnics, parties, and the like - - - all proof that there will never be another year of ACTIVITIES as 1959-60. 121 ,,.. l Qzserrwary, Mrke, See, Bannre and Bully make plans for a panel arscrssan lor the Orl Belt Drstrrct Student Cooncrl Conventlon hela ln Crsco Smflenrs enloy Western nrglv, ane of many S PC -sponsored Tuesday tan nrghts Cyrvhra McMahon and A J. Fidler dance at SPC,-sponsored annaal Volenvrne Serv:-lorrrwal. S. P. 0. Ollicers Conita Clayton Treasurer Rosemary Heffley Reporter Mike Latham Vice-President Sue Shoemaker Corresponding-Secretary Billy Bailey President Mrs. Ema Kate Jackson Sponsor Bonnie Lewis Secretary Mr. Ralph Moser Sponsor Prwlleged group ot work lor Darmn Davrs, John Handley, Lonnre Teague, Larry Parham, Norman Whrvtreld, Jerry Ward, Dee White and Bobby Sanford serve them- selves ar the Valentune Semr-lormal, Karen Sue Shaernakers locker places second in the locker de- COYCYIOVT COl'17ES' at Cl'lflSfVTlCS Nelda Pringle and Pat Powell wan flrst place for therr lacke' decorations, S. P. G. Members SENIORS: Mike Morion, Coniia ClayTon, Wes Caywood, Bonnie Lewis, Mike Laiham, Sue Shoemaker, Allan Sfriegler, E l iz a lo e T h Burwell and Billy Bailey. councilmen school welfare JUNIORS: lil:-e-an-r ni- vw lStandingl Cecilia Ballow, Janice Koonsman, Cathy Brewer, Rosemary Heffley, lKneeIingl Darwin Davis, John Boucher and Wesley Booth. SOPHOMORES: Linda Boucher, R. D. Cawyer, Scotty Allen, Paul Koonsnnan, Che? Cedars, Doris Hamrnii and Elaine Wallace. FRESHMEN: lStandingl Ronnie Altaras, Par Ballow, Fred Ewers lSitfingl Ka P' iTa A-L,.i.LcheL...R Laughlin, Monefte Boyeffe and Jan Pilcher. Dllicers Philip Modeley Mildred Spitzenberger Sheron Self Bonnie Lewis John Moser Gerald Madeley Myrtle Decvenport President Vice-President Secretory Treosurer Reporter Historion Sponsor Surprised Juniors receive N. H. S. bids. Senior girls ocquoint Junior High students with N. H. S. quoliticotions. National Honor Society . Conito Por B Roberto Geroid Cioyton Flory l. Loudermilk Mcideley Philip John Sheron Miiored Civ I ic-we Modeiey Mose' S If Spivzenbevge' T i li 'sv E' "" X www Afgyff L-K, Senior members inoluci' Juni . . . exalts students Ceciiicx Boilow Rosemary Heffley Jecmnetie T dweli Poyce Chcinriie' Corinne Hyles Donna V ioghn ors of formol inifioiion. who achieve Por Deovenoo Janice K on in n ilovci Vlood Norman Deisne' John Lciird Mnivho Ycmcy Edo Beth Griffin Pouio Smith Mrs. Myrtle Deovenoorf Ollicers Mr. Hailey Sponsor Ann Heaton Secretary-Treasurer Mike Latham Vice-President Billy Bailey President Mr. Johnson Sponsor John Moser Reporter 1 l Science Glubbers Probe Deeper Into lRow 'll Chet Cedars, Billy Bailey, Cynthia Cork, Sandra Gunn, Ann Heaton, Royce Chandler, Mike Latham, Joe Wallace, lRow 2l Coach Johnson, Nova Wood, Janice Koonsman, Donna Brock, Nanci Hendrickson, Lynell Wood, Joy Herring, Pam Kunishige, Mr. Hailey. lRow 33 Gene Morrison, Duane Ogle, Harry Park, John Moser, James Leatherwood, Terry McCoy, Philip Madeley, Gerald Madeley, James Miller. David Altaras. 126 Science Clubbers load up for a hayride and picnic that proved to be a lot of fun in more ways than one. Philip, Joe and Gerald seem satisfied as they gain on Royce and Gerald. Nature's Mysteries Coach Johnson looks on with a watchful eye as Sandra Gunn, Joy Herring, Carol Latham and Mike Andrews inspect the model of a heart before a called meeting of the club. Billy Bailey explains distillation experiment to club members, John Boucher, Cynthia Cork, Royce Chandler and Ann Heaton. ilfnii-R - . If .f wiggghgucr' cg 5 V .. ,, ,QQ i , ...user Front Row: Genive Dow, Toby Kunishige, Ann Heaton, Chet Cedars, Scotty Allen, Mr. Crabtree. Second Row: John Clapp Gerald Madeley, Charles Crabtree, Billy Bailey, Clayton Yeager, Charles Still. Third Row: Allan Striegler, Eddie Keilberg, Philip Madeley, John Moser, David Altaras, Mike Latham, Harry Park. Math Club linds truths sometimes stranger than liction Dtlicers Charles Still Vice-President Philip Madeley Secretary-Treasurer Billy Bailey President Mr. Crabtree Sponsor l28 Library Club KITTEN FEARS LIBRARY SWEETHEART 0Ificers Kitten Fears Frances Wood Donna Brock Keith Barbee Eda Beih Griffin Nanci Hendrickson Sharon Grizzard Lanita Merreli Secrefary President Sgt.-at-Arms HisTorior1 Reporter Phofogropher Vice-President Parliamemarian Vg. Mrs. Cleo Ferguson spends mony diligent hours in her new office. LoRue Boss, John Freemon, ond Brendon Doy file re- cords in The music roorn. A book a week ondro Morton, George Wesson, ond Eorlene Villines work, shelving mogozines consTonTly used for reference. Koy Fulcher Irighfl observes os Lois Dunn ond Ann Doy discuss use of the cord coiolog. llllicers Dianne Ballow Vice-President Mike Morton First-Semester President Wesley Booth Sgt.-at-Arms Elizabeth Burwell Treasurer Helen CcCleskey Historian Jeannette Tidwell Secretary Clayton Yeager Sgt.-at-Arms Second-Semester President Mrs. Laird Sponsor A Chaqueiad Jon amigod Je lodod O06 OTHERS: llow ll Earl Wright, John Laird, Billy Bailey, Wesley Booth, Harry Park, John Latham, David Altaras. flow 21 Martha Yancy, Nancy Wyly, Elizabeth Burwell, Conita Clayton, Pat Flory, Helen Mr.Cleskey, Jeanie Armistead. llow Sl Clayton Yearger, Ann Heaton, Jeannette Tidwell, Nova Wood, Bettie Cooke, Betty Bailey, Donna Vaughn, Toby Kunishige, Ann Bradley, Mike Morton. SECOND-YEAR STUDENTS: flow ll Cher' Cedars, Pat Deavenpcrt, Joy Herring, Pat McClanahan, Juanita Huston, Bobby Sanford. lkow It Treva Weidner, Cynthia Cork, Carol Keller, Doris Hammit, Evelyn Crain, Mary Janes. Utow 3, Pamela Wooley, Anne Gaines, Sandra Gunn, Jo Ellen Ham, Jenell Ramsey, Judy Walker. FIRSY-YEAR STUDENTS: Hlow 'll Moc Hancock, Bob Bom, Ronme Ahczrcxs Ulow 21 Jczmce Huey, Jenn Laughlin, June? Neylcmd. lRow 31 Ons: Faye Dcmrek Lu Jo Wolfe, Ruby Se Chrust, Mary Afw PoweH Seng' IgNec:z of Pue"o Pwc: exoloms the cusfoms 05 his counvr vo Socxmsh Cmb rv-embevs Surm 55 Cluo pk-cages bmi 'hm :1 rocsrers Iwfe ws nov so eos Us n looifs June' F-Jeylfmd 'nkes o wwki bw unsuccessful swing of pmavc 5. ,f 5 133 k K X . -K my .- J M an-Is A gi? Seventy-three ot the eighty-tive members ot the J. Thomas Davis FTA Chapter attend a called meeting. i311 Blackhoards heckon Future Teachers Sue Greenway, Billy Bailey, Joy Herring, Jean Laughlin, Bill Atwood, Clayton Yeager, and Pat Flory lead a discussion group at the District Convention in San Angelo. Linda Boucher is the new 1960-ol District XI FTA President. Mildred Spitzenberger, Keith Barbee, Janet Neyland, Linda Garner, Elizabeth Burwell, Nlonette Boyette, Jean Laughlin, and Pat Deavenport give reports to local club on li State Convention held in Denton. I H1 lwqw. , 9 fs. 'f ji.. W , M-1...:,., U Wu. 4 ,z ,X QM'S'if.?c 55.25 . mmwww 11631 'iBeing inthe SHS Band is fun and an honor," says any band member when asked. How- ever he will also add, 'Alt means being at school at 7:30 every morning during toot- ball season to practice the halt-time drills with the Stringerettesf' Toward the end ot football season, the band marches in the TSC Homecoming Parade. This means getting up bright an early on a Saturday morning atter having put on a half- time drill the night before. Not that any member is lazy, but who doesn't like to sleep late on Saturday morning? YELI.0W JACKET BAND PLAYS Front Row: Gerald Madeley, Barbara McKinney, Mike Morton, and Billy Archre. Second Row: Ann Heaton, Jeannette Tidwell, Beverly Price, James Jackson, Betty Bailey and Sheran Self, Third Row: Doris Dunn, Monette Boyette, Kay Pilcher, Mary Bray, Elaine Cason, Janet Neyland, Sharon Shannon, Bill Atwood, Jimmy Cole, Philip Madeley, Jerry Bennett, and Roy McCoy. Standing: Mr. T. R, Atwood, Sue O Bryant, Panjg Patsy Waugh, Janice Huey, Hardy Hampton Cathy Brewer, and Bennie Cantrell. Q 2 2 l 9 ' 3' i new-1. W 'iii 'YW T36 Following These tall activities, The bond still practices, only now The practice rneons whe- ther or not The band will make a good show- ing ot the Dublin ST. Patricks Day Festival. Beverly Price, having been elected by the bond members, represents SHS in The Miss Colleen Contest. FOIl PLEASURE AID PRESTIGE The SHS Bond is well represented in The All- District and All-Region Bonds. Students participating in The All-District band ore l-ldrry Pork, John Latham, Norman Deisher, Jirrirny Cole, Bill Atwood, Gerald Mddeley Philip Modeley, Mike Morton, Barbara Mc- Kinney, Dionne Bdllow, and Donah Thurman. ln The All-Region Bond are Mike Morton Bill Atwood, and Barbara McKinney. 1 I Front Row: Jan Pilcher, Pam Kunisl-iige, John Clapp, Vivian Mayfield, and Donah Thurman: Second low: Nan Showalter, Sonia Peterson, Dianne Ballow, Lu Jo Wolle, Mac Hancock, and Janice Reed. Third Raw: Zora McKinney, David Altaras, Mike Biggs, Toby Kunishige, and Norrnrin Deisher. Fourlh Row: Larry Parham, .lock Vaughn, Ricky Ferguson, John Freeman, Harry Park, David Pendleton, William Bramblevf, and Bob Bain, Standing: Charles Murray, CJ 137 PAM KUNISHIGE TOBY KUNISHIGE Sparklmg Sax dazzle spectators LU JO WOLFE Alfernofe mclioreffe ANN HEATON Cathy cmol Slweron dance ond Tvvirl To Bills solo, "Sugar Blues." CATHY BREWER with lwirling ability SHERON SELF BILL ATWOOD Heciol Moioretfe Drum Moior ' fl? u: h I :', 'Q L 2-- M L J 1959 60 Orchestra members Dovld Pendleton Wllllom Bromblett Dovud Whitfield Make Lothom Dlonne Bollow Bull Atwood Jummy Cole Horry Pork Roy McCoy Jock Voughn Dovrd Altoros Mlke Buggs ond Toby Kumshlge ploy for mcmy school ond cnvnc octuvmes SHS Urchestra accepts numerous mvltatlons SHS Orchestra entertains ot the Clossroom Teochers Assocucutnon Chrustmos progr m 140 5 ix? 5 sf ' ' R I , f E 1 ' it ,t K' f g -F -t fi: is 1 I rv A I fl I L V I f I I ' I I , , 1 1 f . ' ' V x L .n . Q- ' ' ' ' 1 r 1 A I I I I I I I I r - - I I l js 7. ar Two annual proiecTs of The so-valuable Band Fans Club, are The TooTball concession and The Smorgasbord Dinner. STudenTs oTTen reTlecT The games progress as They flock To The con- cession sTand aTTer half-Tirne. Band survies with aid ol Band Fans Club Servers Tor The 1960 Smorgasbord - Toby Kunishige, MoneTTe BoyeTTe, PaTTie Cobb, Nan Sho- walTer, Kay Pilcher, JaneT Neyland, Denise ArrnisTead, and Beverly Price - gaTher around desserT Table where Mrs. Rosellen Davis assisTs in arranging individual servings. as, M W' l Band members, playing all the while, keep J an eye on the game. Top Brass Shows Quality Leadership BAND OFFICERS - - Secretary Betty Bailey, Assistant librarian Donah Thurman, Librarian Janice Reed, Reporter James Jackson, Drum Maior Bill Atwood, Captain Harry Park, Treasurer Dianne Ballovv, Assistant Drum Maior Gerald Madeley, and Lt. Cathy Brewer, and Head Maiorette Sheron Self are seen at Band Hall entrance. sa Y "IJ s .ni HHH fiw :sam ish! NS RQ! 142 Annually, the band provides those stirring graduation marches on that final night. Officials here prepare for the presentation of diplomas to the 1959 Seniors. Band complements Varied Activities Faithful supporters watch hopefully as the game progresses. The SHS Band, having been chosen one of tho outstanding bands of Texas, plays under the direction of the famed Mitch Miller at the Cotton Bowl Marchiesta. Wf FM .t Y H 51' 0 l , x V , gif , 16537 348' -' 1 -M ' y M3113- -.. S-2'V' xv aw I' gf? Wk ,Q1 iw E H gig s A- S ' -13 nag -A 1 -4.:,. I -"'f2 5 " Vvunu V4 W . 1 X Q5 ! lg! fa U' i N yr ' X.. 1 4. 4'1"" V.-ff-""" . fb - 1 Q , f A N5 -5 t mx. , V. Q' 7 x Q Q ' f f 'S X ? Q az .' Q Q I KX X S Qi k f 'Z Q , ,E .1 5 1, 1 " ,, km ,S 35 '35 Q mv X , In ...:-. 2 ,..- 1 'E ? .gf W ,A " vw- ,I Q' X ,- ' Q ,, ,,, T X if , 1 , ,MQL , K M M ig, ffggwf, , ? A , N. W ,f 4 l ,V x l f ' ' 1,- Y, , 5 , 'Hgsggg V ' JJ, 5. MQ , 1 4 , f 5 ' "9 'Ly 1 W 5 f ' f M V - ,, f ' " x A ' , 7' Q' Chorus Club members are lfront rowl Lynell Wood, Erma Whitvvorth, Barbara Schermer, Shirley Bramlett, Joyce Wyly, Ann Evans, lsecond rowl Connie Hyles, Cynthia Cork, Sherrill Ray, James Jackson, Betty Bailey, Linda Larner, lthird rcwl Mary Huey, Joyce Rogers, Beverly Price, Billie Storm, and Janice Huey. Mrs. Shannon, sponsor, accompanies them. New Gherus and Speech Added to the schools curriculum this year, Chorus has lett an indelible influential mark, ' The SHS Chorus has sponsored several as- sembly programs, including the "Happy Birthday for Mr. Jones." The Chorus has President Erma Whitworth sung tor Junior High School assembly, Civic , Club luncheons, and the Dublin St. Patricks Seclelglylleosuler Belly Bmley Day Coronation. Highlight ot the year is the peporfer James Jackson Spring Program for which the Chorus, dressed in Indian costume, interprets the legend, l'llSTOVlOf'1 Linda Lame' "By the Waters of the Minnetonka." 146 Speech Club members are Ifront rowl Mike Morton, David Wooley, Benny Jones, Arden Knight, lsecond rowl Vernon Gunn, Mack Wall, Marie Pogue, Mac Hancock, lthird rowl Lucretia Edmondson, Mrs. Shannon, sponsor, and Treva Weidner. Clubs arouse much interest 0Iheers President Vernon Gunn Secretary-Treasurer Marie Pogue Reporter Arden Knight Historian Mac Hancock Speech, a practical course in any curriculum, has been offered at Stephenville High this year. An enthusiastic class of ten has ad- ded to The years activities with special pro- grams, The author, Fred Gipson, is pre- sent for a dramatic reading ot his Ol' Yeller presented by the Speech Class. 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Gay NebleTT, Jeon EVOTT, Nicki McAden, Judy Halbert, ond RiTo Laughlin ore in The middle of cu rouTine OT one of The holf-Time preformonces. 153 Standing Lmda Larner Mgr Cecnlta Ballow Raydene Drennan Rosemary Heflley Martha Yancy Susle Sanford Loss Roulston and Nancy Wyly Mgr Kneeling Kitten Fears Melba Koonsman Mary Jo Stasy Coach Booth Judy Walker Donna Brock and Royce Chandler School IS proud ol gurl athletes Honeybee Schedule 154 Opponent Dublun Desdemona Glen Rose De Leon Dublin Tolar Tolar Castleberry Tolar Glen Rose lredell Fairy Hmo Slidell Castleberry Duncanvllle East Chambers Opponent Granbury l-luckabay Castleberry Granbury Brewer Mnneral Wells Castleberry Mlneral Wells Glen Rose Brewer Northwest Merrdnan Bryson Sherman West Bowne W 2 3 We X We We ' 34 75 43 53 33 59 Comanche 40 43 53 50 32 65 50 61 43 82 ' 21 53 51 62 35 54 3O 54 33 46 ' 36 49 49 68 44 68 34 52 ' 36 47 43 51 30 49 15 61 45 81 ' 19 53 51 63 ' 11 39 " 39 44 ' 45 37 43 64 38 43 49 68 ' 43 39 41 47 54 61 ' 54 49 Honeybees are vlctorlous ln season opener K n Fears 286 pomTs 3 le ers All lbs: Koonsmcm l le er Loss Rox,lsTo'u A letters Kuffen Feors Trnes o slow fo e ond drsves m ol cz Cosfleberry game Morllwo Yoncy polished ball handler Tokes boll out an Mmerol Wells qome ifie fT TT . n . ,I . . l. Rayclene Drennan Cecilia Ballow Rosemary Heftley 714 ponnts 314 polnts 386 ponnts 3 letters 3 letters 3 letters All Dlstnct All Dnstrnct Ilaydene s 714 breaks school soormg record Susie Sanford freshman letterman attempts to break up pass at all Important dnstnct game with Mineral Wells , I ,, S 156 Roydene Drennon odds two porn s to Ceclllo Bollovv drives tn for two more points In dns berry Honeybee game Girls show Iorm and talent Mortho Yoncy Donno Brock Royce Chandler 2 letters I Ie er 1 Ie er All Dlstrlct the mounting scores on the Costle- trict ploy. TT TT - ' ' 157 if 'fx rx J Lvl 158 Judy Wolker 99 pomfs 2 letters Mory Jo Sfosy 42 points 1 Ie Ter Susie Sanford 1 le Ter Twelve gurls are awarded letters Mcmogers Lando Lorner Koy Fulcher ond Nancy Wyly keep records unuunrum-ri Bettie Cooke B Teomer drnves for Two points B Honeybees tram lor Iut Standing Emmo Johnson Borboro P lfchell S e Greenway Novo Wood Beffle Cooke ond Morfho Johnson Seated Joyce Rogers Judy Venn Lindo O 5 ydnT Melbo Buster ond Judy Koy Lockhorf gg H ' ' llfe ' 3 I A- If U I I . I Kneeling: Judy Holberf, Genive Dow, Jonice Koonsmon, Lou Fulcher, ond Jeon Evoff. : , - er, ' '- .' , ' L' , . . 159 MarTha Yancy, Susie Sanford, Lois RoulsTon, Raydene Drennan, Cecilia Ballow, and Rosemary Heffley are ir1Trooluced aT The Bi-DisTricT as They geT The nod To sTarT agairTsT Sher- man. I-loneybees go over sTraTegy during half-Time. Girls deleat Sherman 68 - 49 in Bi-district piay STEPHENVILLE vs. SHERMAN KiTTen Fears goes high for lay up. Rosemary Heffley conTrols Tip To Raydene Drennan. 1 -1 3 . 4-'- 5' Q YQQ., . 'f . W'M'if7"'W"'g5-bww-,,1lAf Q :ima-W W iw Ewa 35 QQ , Q Y .ii Air T pu. e M N . ,if i Wm N r mxfu 1 at I3 " rf 5 - 'Wx -":":---A. ., I gf O' I ,www We 'V l hh. Coach Charles Kitchens Coach Bernard Weems Coach Ernie Johnson A Backfrelol A I e B Football Track B Basketball Baseball Jackets hold pre season trammg camp Dr Bruce Terrull gives Bobby l-larrls Jackets are swarrnlng ln The hallway of Stephenville has physical check up as Douglas Hospital as Coach Booth 'fakes has prospective Team for Smufhey awaufs has Turn pre season physical sn e- ll 3 5 l , 1 x I ,sill if W faifff in ' lex fn 4 ' ez ' X lu- 4 I a K . l - 1 ,Q an S is Y Ax . gi 3 v 1 1 ' , , ' f f 5 5 , . ,, v ,. 1 :V :IAIQ . 5, h I YV my n - . g 'i N , Y? . - s ' MX I M, Y V. xx V I l 62 llew Coaches start rebuilding program ,-NT sk? 'S Heod Cooch C E Booth who hos oeen o port of Sfephenvrlle Hugh School smce lost sprung IS sfortrng o burldrng progrom for foofboll He olso coaches The Honeyloees ond our Jockel golfers w ' 4.5 l W A ,. ,- 3 5 f . . Q g Q I sz!! 'if 2 , 1 I 2 Q 4 0 Y 1 i . i r . R 1 , We ,, . o 2 ', 5 V A , f ' , - 5 3 v ' rn r Q ff ' 3 x . Q Q I f s e r f Q 1 l A ,Q e ...EM ., I Q 1 ' ' L . I f I' 9 1 l K mo K A , , 1 . we W ' 2 , 6, 7 i rf f"" 4 : V L43 f nfs I l r 1 ' if ' e 'E . 1 L 'ie ,, -is . X4 jul' 5 ' ef' 5 0 1. . Q f, f 51 ' . Q ff we ,sry ,glf y ra A K v f ,, , -42 1 .' ya 9 . ,fi Q Q '. ,Xl , ."'r3..:"1'iJ.,. ,. ,,ln.,..A,,. .... -... ,.. --,, I . . . , I 1? Qs. Jess Elliott Bobby Glasgow Co coptcun Co coptcnn 2 letters 3 letters 145 lbs 162 bs Vernon Gunn 2 letters 168 bs Granbury Pirates slash Jackets In season opener Don Jones Mock Woll Wesley Bootlt 2 letters 1 le ter 2 letters 160 lbs. 162 bs. 155 lbs. 1 T 164 si vt Persistence lails to insure win Donny Carpenter 1 lelfer 185 lbs. Corroll Covvyer 1 leT'fer 151 lbs. Tommy Cox 2 leffers 170 lbs. Bobby Sonford rushes Mounfoineer bolll corner. Donny Wood, on offense, breouks orounol enol ogoinsl Minerol Wells. """'i""m?"?1'S"1? Bobby I-Iorrus 1 le er 150 bs Vpmiakiw 'Y' WE 1-,K Clworles Hyles Donolol Jones 1 Ie er 1 le er 165 bs 150 bs Jackets stung Dublm Lions 1 Pot Bollow looks for ossusfonce from fellow 'oc4eT os Cleburne Jackets close m Am.-f Seniors Don Jones, Jess Elliott ond Vernon Gunn olong with Bobby Glosgow ond Mock Woll, lnot pictureoll, serving os coptoins ot their lost home gorne, crown Brendon Jennings os l959 Footboll Sweetheart. Congrotulo- tions, Brendo 1 sw! Presentation of Sweetheart highlights iinal home game John Loirol Don Moser Bobby Sonford 2 letters l letter 2 letters 205 lbs. 165 lbs. l42 lbs. L ' 4 . V. s. I ef - 's wig Stephenville Stephenville Stephenville Stephenville Stephenville Top Row: Middle Row Bottom Row Gronbury Coleman Minerol Wells Weothertord Brownwood Pig Skin Sets lo 42 36 32 56 Donny Woods, Pot Bollovv, Vernon Gunn, Tommy Cox, Chorles l-lyles. Robert Elliott, Wesley Booth, Bobby Horris, Corroll Cdvvyer, Donold Jones. Bobby Glosgovv, Benny Jones, Bobby Sdntord, Jess Elliott, Bill Vondoveer. f Alietvf '- Rebuilding Pace Stephenville Slephenville Sfephenville Stephenville Slephenville Top Row: Middle Row: First Row: Dublin Cleburne Universily LoVego Killeen 6 4l 52 33 38 Jerry Lonol, Butch Coviil, Woyloncl Young, monoger ond Cooch Boxie Weems. Don Moser, Johnny White, John Loirol, Cooch Chorles Kilchens. Donny Corpenfer, Mock Woll, Don Jones, Steve Price, rnonoger oncl Cooch C. E. Boofh. 'ls- 5 I ii 'sig Douglos Smnfhey Bull Vondcuveer Kennefh Covm' 1 etter 2 le'rTers 1 eter 140 lbs 160 lbs 160 lbs Thorough trammg IS emphasized Robert Ellnotf Benny Jones Jerry Land 1 le Ter 1 effer 1 le fer 140 lbs 200 lbs 240 lbs if EV 4 an-'gf i if W5 kj xi AT regular assembly Coach Boorh awards foorball lerrer packers To 'rwenry Three players and Two managers Team shows promise lor luture Johnny Wlwure Danny Woods Par Ballow 1 e er 2 letters 1 le er 149 lbs 150 lbs 162 lbs di., I .... s v Q :A :EE 4 v ' N Q.: , :llq .....,,. 2 , 3 I 1 .,'. V W 1 as Y 55' 1 ,r,y:., 1 1 J . .. ,r.... 1 Q 1 ,,,l . . In ig X: 1, ff, 1 I rr rr no . A ' 1 ,.:-r.:.i :eg '-"' 1 ' . 1' f' . yy , .,.:,,:i,.., 1 : . I ff 171 Manager John Yearwood and assustant Coach Lattle lstandungl study season schedule wuth B Football Coach Ernue Johnson Kneeltng Standing B' team grldders tram lor Jacket llarsrty Ewers Allen Swann and Buck Gaddy Eddae Roach Dwayne Grlffln Edward Cason David Pendleton Tom Bishop Jerry Knapp Jam Hord and James Roberson R D Cawyer Phlllup Ferguson James Watson Paul Goluqhtly David Ratlrtf !'!u..,, Eugene Bryan Don Massey James Hord and John Boucher Vu 172 5 A is , l I n Seated: Sidney Walker, Allen Birdwell, Ronnie Altaras, Don Collins, Dohn Barham, Fred g J . ..-e. L? V A D - ---- -fm - B - H y B M aa' JS f l 'lei Rf 43 CGS srovrrnacoooqcq Basketball managers Gueary Logan and Charles Carpenter mark calendar for next game Returnmg Iettermen lorm nucleus ol Basketball Varsity Seated Doug Eloerharf Charles Hyles Tommy Cox Doyle Smnth and Allen Strelgler Kneelung Jerry Brock Arden Knrghf Vernon Gunn Coach Charles Krfchens Norman Dersher Jess Ellloff and Bobby Sanford F-W -- -,-.A rrfliin' ' 2 - ra, fem, , , , ' -3-1"'-- .L ....-:.':.'.. ' N---:rn lu.. af,-mm, r..., -0 x -,,A ' ' . . V R R C ' v 2 , :Soo rzlnuanv I 1 J . . 7 I- 9 no xz I 1 x an ' , 21+ L UB 29 Q I I ' I I I ' : I I I I I Jerry Brock Jess Elltott 2 letters 2 letters Coptotn 99 points 172 potnts I74 Vernon Gunn 3 letters 172 points Jackets break Cleburne Jerry Brock gets on eosy basket ogomst Cleburne Tommy goes up to gcun control ot tue boll trorn Trolons 51 A ss M 4 A 53 5 P ,Q 'Y -quit' Arden Knlghf Doyle Smlfh Allon STrlegler 133 points Second Teom All District 133 polnfs lee by deleatmg Jackets Allan Sfnegler lumps fo shot of he boskeT Tommy Cox gefs off o good one o Kongo roos rush n 175 'U 'y "qi ly'x E. I Ieffee I etfee I ' V 1 Ieffer A . ' ' r T . S I l I . Y 9 Allon Striegler receives lost lette ffl locket from Cooch Chorlie Kitchens.. Jackets lose to Trojans and 'Roos in nip and tuok altairs Tommy Cox 2 letters 263 points All-District Doug Eberhort 1 letter 110 points Chorles Hyles 1 letter 39 points 1---t Bobby Sontorol l letter 6 points Cooch Johnson Benny Jones Trumon Lcunoles Johnny Whrre Norman Densher Paul Koonsmon Stephens Gerolol Harmon and Lorry Sfornes ' B ' Basketballers bounce through season s d ll hopmg to make THE team someday Hyles ond Londes fry lump shots ogomsf Cleburne Robert GorreH,'Jimnny Hord, James Wofson, Moc Honcock, F501 Bcullow, Jomels Roberson, Pete 1 1 ' ' rl 177 use ,, . Q... ,..-s- .......e.,.. ,,,.....M........ a.:.., ,scoev lSvondirwgl Coach Horwlfon, Mike Morvon, Cloyfon Yeager, Mike Lovhorn, Horry Parks, lKneeImgl Lu Fulchef, Susie Samford, Pm Decweni. and Lois Roulsron. Rackets Raise Raves JockeT i'RockeTeers" enioy procTice moTches wiTh Brownwood, Killeen, Minerol Wells, ond Gronbury os They prep for disTricT Tennis compeTiTion. In disTricT compeTiTion Susie Sonford wins The Junior Girls Singles. Mike LoThom ond Mike MorTon, c1fTer winning Their firsf moTch, bow To The QAAA DisTricT Champion Boys' Doubles Teom, Killeen. Advoncing To The Siore MeeT, Killeen now holds second ploce honors in The sToTe. Ml' f + A s 'im-as ss--we f Q . ,M , 1 .. . , X L s .M , V A? -2 3 s M . Y 4-'SP--he u x . T. - VQQVZLQ ifiwi - , . ,.i. Q fi.-+-www, . Q . M M X L , , ,L W - 7 - - . ,:::, f 1 Q 1 , 1,8Qt,'w ' 1 Susie Sonford wins The QAAA DisTricT Junior .zgv li "iW""'- K - X Girls' Singles Chornpionship. ww--ez-my sql.. Q' f ' 178 I EQ Girls' Doubles Boys' Doubles Singles Pat Deovenport Mike Latham Clayton Yeager Lois Roulsfon lu Fulcher Mike Morton Jackets enter Tennis and Track Meets Freshmen thinly clads outnumber upperclass- men entering the meets, 12-8. Entering the l Tarleton Relays, Cleburne Junior High Invita- tional, the 9AAA District Meet, Stephenville Junior High Invitational, and the Killeen Meet, they send Pat Ballow to Regional Meet with a I-Iigh Jump of 5' 9" in the District. 4 l l l High-iumper Pat Ballow clears 5' 9" to go to Regional. A A7 'D 179 Freshman thinlyclads Allen Swain and Ronnie Altaras pose with Track Coach Boxie Weems and manager Hardy Hampton during workout. Frosh cindermen - Pat Ballow, high lump, brcad lump, low hurdles and sprints, Dohn Barham, 880 and relay, Mike Brandt, pole vault anl relay, Don Collins, and Benny Mills relay, Fred Ewers, broad lump, sprint and relay, Eddie Roach, shot and discus and re- lay, Allen Swain, shot and discus, Ronnie Altaras, shot, discus, and relay, Clifton Beck, high lump, broad iump and low hurdles, Roger Boase, 330 and relay, Jim l-lord, shot and discus - show much promise. Track Team shows strength and endurance Jacket Track Varsity members - - an Q A. 1- '95 J Charles Carpenter, shot and discus, John Laird, shot, Dan Moser, 4 sprints, Wes Booth, 440, Darwin 1 Davis, miler, Bobby Sanford sprints, Danny Wood, broad iump and sprints, Johnny White, broad iump - - all return next year when it is predicted Jacket cindermen will find their "wings." Don Jones, sprints and relay, is the only graduating senior. t Discus and shot Varsity men Eddie Roach, Charles Carpenter and John Laird gather at the pit as Johnny White practices his broad jump. Cindermen Dohn Barham, Fred Ewers, Wes Booth, Darwin Davis and Bobby Sanford stand behind team- mates Danny Wood, Pat Ballow, Don Jones and Benny Mills as they Uget set." Jcket golfes s ey T u c s e a e Eg a d Scotty AI en ee wth oath Boch ec ed e e o ou D Gull Team Tees OIT Wrth sux returnlng Jacket golfers and one freshman member the 60 golf team opens nts season wuth practice meets agaunst Brown wood Eastland and Paschal and ends WITH the Regional Meet held at Tenlson un Dallas The SH S Jackets play host to the Dnstrlct QAAA Golf Meet whlch they wan wnth a 322 total score Jess Ellnctt wuth a low of 75 us named DISTVICT Tourney Meolalzst and Dan Moser with 78 IS runner up At the Regnonal Tourney Jess has a but ot baol luc missing a berth an the State Meet by only one stroke Charles Murray not nn the picture IS also a member of the first team T81 Ji ? Ftrst team a r - A Dan Mo er, Conl h vrwan, Norm n Delh r nd veseyes Mtk :gs n l - - rn t I C t In his office to ch k sch ul of th Reg: nal T moment n allas. I I 'I . . . IX, . . . I I Axsq hill k xg kg sf? frkfia JJ 'M W -1 wx 535' e c H You 599i oGe y Jacket lllamonilmen lmd going slow Arnerico s noficnol poshme boseboll cooched by Ernie Johnson oT S I-l S This yeor Jacket boTsmen sTond behind The boTTery of coTchers Doug SrniThey Corroll Cowyer ond Roy McCoy ond hurlers Kenny l-lorris Moc Honcock, Johnny WhiTe, ond Don Jones. Ploiying The infield ore Jimmy Cole, Donold Jones, PoT Bollow, Jerry Brock ond olTernoTes 182 Bill Vond ver ond Wes BooTh Erfechvely covering The ouTTield ore Vernon GJnn Boi GorreTT ond olTernoTe infielders Improved pitching hiTTing ond fielding o The boil hos mode The JockeT Nine "o Thorn in The side" of some of The Top Teoms in The districf. Remrning nexT yeor ore Ten leTler- men To give The Teorn on sTorTing boosT. ? 3 . 'M Booster Jockets, neoded by Doyle Wlwite, ciimox the YGOVQS ossistonce to SH S otiwietics with ct bcunquet lrionoring cxll othletes. May 21 Banquet Ietes athletes Honeybees - Judy Wolker, Kitten Feors, Cecilioi Bollovv, Roydene Dre-nnoin, Rosernory I-Iettiey, Mortncn Yoncy, Jonice Koonsmon, Donno Brock, Royce Cnctndler, Moiry Jo Stosy, lstondingi Coocn Booth olnol nnonoger Lindo Lorner - win District in Volleyboll ougcwin. pa- i X l? fa wwxfu 5 lair Officers: lBock Rowl Sponsor Mr. Rex Stephens, Treasurer Willard Howell, Secretary Charles Tidwell, Second Vice-President, Paul Koonsman, Parliormentorian Jack Carter, and Sponsor Mr. Ralph Moser. lFront Rovvl Sentinel Scotty Bray, President Keith Barbee, Sweetheart Karen Sue Shoemaker, First Vice-President Joe Wallace and Reporter Eddie Fenner. Future Farmers cultivate crops and character Bonnre Lewrs ond Karen Snoerncrker lllrglfl are rn e Joe f-"ultrace Brenda Jenn ngs, N zwrurrr :X " eI'l K :ren S -Q rl--r S Us Queens ond Nornrrun Wn rfreld crs Ffrerrsrrn G'eenAr:y Egnrrre Le.-. s Ke-rrn Bzrrbfw- ':n': C'x.rlr-s lf: r- r- r r Ll "P exlurg ' r Szrzzre 'z :nce 'he TP S " 2' izrvi Vvg 'r Lolo Hoghes and Robe" Ellrov c e nec re Car 'yu :': Westerners Everyozoy oo'rrc-pcves ': Pfrul Ji-nes or lrr ru 1 Xi' F FA Members Clockwisez Ag I period 4 Ag I period 5 Ag Il Ag III Other Chapter Members fu' 1959 Judging Teams counter-clockwise llett to rightl Meat Judging Team: Mr. Stephens, coach, Gerald Madeley, Charles Tidwell, Phillip Madeley and Mr. Moser, coach. Land Judging Team: John Boucher, Mr. Stephens, coach, Bob Garrett, Doug Eberhart, Darwing Davis, Mr. Moser, coach and Phillip Ferguson. Dairy Products Judging Team: Mr. Stephens, coach, Delas Phillips, Frank Parkwood, Roal- ney Fenner and Mr. Moser, coach. Livestock Judging Team: Mr. Stephens, coach, Keith Barbee, Joe Wallace, Larry Tisdale and Mr. Moser, coach. Poultry Judging Team: Mr. Stephens, coach, Gerald Harmon, Truman Landes, Paul Koons- man, and Mr. Moser, coach. '60 Land Judging Team rates tirst in state contest T960 Judging Teams clockwise: Meat Judging Team: Mr. Stephens, coach, Keith Barbee, Joe Wallace, Dwain Bills and Mr. Moser, coach. Dairy Products Judging Team: Dale Clenclenin, George Wesson, James Watson and Mr. Moser, coach. Land Judging Team: Mr. Stephens, coach, Gerald l-larmon, Truman Landes, Robert Elliot, Larry Starnes and Mr. Moser, coach. Dairy Judging Team: Mr. Stephens, coach, Gene Morrison, Delas Phillips, Willclrcl l-lcwell ancl Mr. Moser, coach. Poultry Judging Team: Mr. Stephens, coach, Tom Lovelace, Jimmy Horol, M. J. Lee and Mr. Moser, coach. Livestock Judging Team: Mr. Stephens, coach, Gerald Maoleley, Charles Tiolvvell, Phillip Maoleley, and Mr. Moser, coach. - NWVJ im Qwifigu ...: if 4 -.,A-. 1. li .XM t -ss Q xi f,' figs, .-...,-::::, M -Aw -3" " -EY , '.'. r '-':i z , i , i Z.: 5 , r ' lf. f l l"' i. . ..Q..g.i-f , 2 t A f z rs-W - "fa f- fi' ' LC? Q r rr. X 187 FHA Members Freshmen Sophomores Juniors Seniors ' S' X if H PM ef-fgx 1 F H A Activities Bonnie, Rosemary, Karen Sue and CaThy gaTher vvooal Tor The cook- ouT sponsored by The FHA Tor The FFA. Everyone brings her Tavorife foreign dish anal enjoys everybody elses aT The UniTed NaTions Supper. AT The TirsT meefing of The year FHA'ers reciTe Their opening cere- mony. The oUTgoing officers Take parT in The insTallaTion of The new officers ElizabeTh Burvveil presenTs Mrs. Vance Terrell, Mrs. J. D. McCon- nell anai Mrs. E. L. STephens, Jr. honorary memberships To The STephenviIIe ChapTer Fufure Homernakers of America. Girls cookgup Iun X51 3 'iran xl 'X T 3' X il fi f 2 gm WM The FFA and FHA exchange programs during the year. Homme Lems, Paul Koorwswwzm, Ccnlwy Brewer, Wrllord Howell, Elizoberh Burwell, Eddne Fenner, Bonme Lezvrs, Kervlw Borbee, Sue Kerfh Bzxrbee, Sheen Self, Charles Tralwell, Robervo Loudermrlk cmd Greenway cmd Clwrles Trdwell fcrrr' cx xizmel and rl-suss boy-gvl Nrwrwfxrw Wrwvfreld play Keep Trxllrmg mv cs FHA meefrng problems for vhe FFA Sew up problems Mom-"s-1 Bcye're ond Kay Prlclrs-r se ve refreslwsvwervs cn the Clwrrswrwrxz ffvsfwxl FHA ers, ready To pnrtrcrprxfe rn cn style show 61' 'he A'efl IV rvreevrng vry ro lvup qeluer Brmnre Lewrs, Jam ce Koonsrvrgm, Curol Lcxrlmm, M's Dcxvrs, Elrzfxbelh Bn,-rwell rmd Sm- Geenwxzny get refnrly fo lefmve fer vhe S'c1ve Ccnverrvrcn Bcnnre rmrl Eluzobefh .wll me re,xf:':le:l le' rrrrmy lwy: ,l lvfvfr Nvlc :Mem 'hey rvcerve flwrr S'f1ve Deg rms rx' 'lui' F'rf1':y rrlre rw vw s err . ' ir. . s M4 WR ,l r 4. 2 pf lefaifl J 1 fab' v . at fl: Y JAN LOOKINGBILL D. E. SWEETHEART Disiributive Education Students Organize, D. E. Ullicers John Handley Vice-President Jan Lookingbill Secretary Kendall Moseley Sgr.-or-Arms Norman Whitfield President Mr. Hamilton Sponsor Barbara Huffman Treasurer Charles Hunt Sgt.-or-Arms . . Earn and Belva Pendleton of Swindle Jewelry Kendall Moseley at Pigglv WIQQIY W. R. Howell GT Wood Von 81 Storage James Jackson of Pen ney's Billy Bell Ol' Bell Plumbing Phillip Cleveland of HigginboTl'1am's if-' Y 0 Lf la o X I 'Fu I' ol the trade Patsy Zimmerman ot Jones Chevrolet Wanda Golightly at Perry Brothers Jan Lookingbill ot Stone 81 Stone Concrete John Handley ot Richardson-Keeling Charles Hunt ot Higginloothorns Charlene Hartsfield CIT Miller Studio xiii? md' Barbara Huffman Doug Harrison Delbert Rqfliff CIT at Qt Maiestic Theatre Brown and Pearcy A 84 P Grocery Beatnik party and state Distributive Education co-ordinates classroom study, on-the-iob work and club activities, Election ot otticers, holding club-sponsored parties, choos- ing a sweetheart to represent them, attending conventions - these are among the activities climaxed by the banquet honoring employers. David Wooley, Dean Owens, and Danny Carpenter enioy a D.E.-spon- sored "Beatnik Party." Wayne and James tind time in a busy convention schedule to visit the his- toric Alamo. Wayne, John, Barbara and Mr. Hamilton take time out tor refresh- ments at the D.E. State Convention. convention highlight year ot activities Atter severol visits to Americon Beouty Cover Co. in Dollos, Mildred ond Mrs. Golden plcice the 1960 order for 500 Yel- low .locket covers with Mr, Lynn Worrdll, Assistont Soles Monoger. N 2 to record school lilo irom pre-registration to graduation Excited stotters get 0 sneak-preview ot brown-line proof ct their 60 cover ideo. .--Am gr gn 198 Mildred suggests chonging style of lettering backbone trom horizontol to Chinese. 'li i' Xl ,l NW, How anyThing is accomplished in a work session is beyond The comprehension of any Yellow JackeT sTaffer! LefTover sandwiches and cupcakes disappear wiTh alarming rapidiTy. The conversaTion driffs from The Yellow Jacket To personal Topics. NeaTness such as The sTaff members have, leaves every- one in a sTaTe of confusion. "Who has my pencil? . . . l Turn my back and somebody sTeals The paper cuTTer . . . Who cobbed The rubber cemenT? . . . Who knows who These people are? . . Senior girls - Sheron Self, MoseTTa Jackson, Lola Hughes and RoberTa Loudermilk - col- lecT and puT away Their annual maferials before leaving for sixTh-period classes. John Moser, keeping his camera handy as usual, listens in as Norman Deisher, Mac Hancock and Jack Vaughn discuss TenTaTive plans for The sporfs secTion. To The observer The Yellow JackeT office close To a deadline is in uTTer bedlam. Copy sheefs, layouTs, whiTe copy, pink copy and picfures are sTrewn over all available Table Tops. Members geT a far-away look in Their eyes and muTTer somefhing ThaT sounds like "This can'T happen! This is The end! . . BUT The rewards far overshadow The many frusTraTing problems and all The hard work. Pat DeavenporT and Sue Greenway plan organizaTions' layouTs. ArT edifor, Billie Burns, does engraver's copy for end sheefs and divisional pages. Jeanneffe Tidwell lstandingl explains The purpose of making Two dummies To new class ediTors, Judy LockharT and MoneTTe BoyeTT. 'K X it . 'X x 249195 Jgudineddea receive aifenfion and recognil through yellow acket An impoTrTanT source of revenue for The Yel- low Jacket is adverTising, which Takes care of approximaTely one-TourTh of The budgeT's needs. Ad soliciTaTion begins in The early summer wiTh sTaTfers working aT odd hours pre- paring schedules, working on sales Tech- niques, and Ti-nally on-The-iob conTacTing prospecTive adverTisers. Salesmen never enTer a business empTy-handed. Previous Yellow Jacket adverTisers are asked To auTo- graph The sTaTf's copy. STaTTers poinT ouT ThaT adverTising a yearbook wiTh a circulaTion as large as ThaT of The Yellow Jacket is noT merely a donaTion, buf iT pays off. The five hundred copies of The Yellow Jacket are viewed wiTh inTeresT by several Times ThaT number. STaTfers add ThaT appeal is added To The secTion wiTh clever copy and picTures of sTudenT acTiviTies. AuTograph spaces are also provided in This secTion. By The Time school has sTarTed approximaTely one-half of The more Than one hundred ad- vertisers have been conTacTed. Ad picTures are planned, copy is wriTTen and prinTed. Many JackeTs, oTher Than ad sales, visiT The downTown area where They make ready for The 1959-60 school year. LaTer They shop Tor Tormals, parfies, and oTher special occa- sions. RecreaTion spoTs are occupied for daTes and relaxaTion. SHS JackeTs crowd eaTing places and drive-ins To meeT friends and devour all Their budgeT allows. 201 2 fhofographd ive goreverf B G H THIS ANNUAL PRINTED IN STEPI-IENVILLE BY XAQXAVXLLY- S129 E TIN? J' PRIIIINVX T aff 4d.-a h.-.mu Annual tatrer Jeannette Tudvvell M Idred Smtzenberaer Sde Greenway and Roberta Louder mllk vnsut Stephenvnlle Printing Company to d1scJss produc non prolo'ern of the oO Yellow Jacket with Joe Arthur Roger Gxdeon IS seen I0 let background Prmhng Busmess Machines Office Furniture and Supplies Gifts There May Be Some as Good But None Better Phone WO 5 4191 247 N Belknap Thank You Stephenville Students For Belng Such Desnrable Customers I 93 I. -4. ae, X 'xv 5 I fx 5 ' 1 Amr S r k -.ANNV . -mf ,...,A,, ww' W :ff-V fd f I A' WL . wt TQ xv-ff I , -fsf. 2 Q , .. ..,. - 1 W, nw- ' .. , H A . V., . l 'S S ' , I I N , ' - . n .. . . . . I T. I S , I . . . T . 203 Farmers-First National Bank MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE COPPORATJON The Old Reliable Slnce 1906 Seventeenth Summer the 1960 Junior Class play wall long be remembered as an out standing SHS productron Members of the cast are Jean Laughlnn Lonnne Teague Bob Bam Carol Keller Bobby Sanford Nancy Norwood David Altaras Jeannette Tndwell Eddie Fenner Jenell Ramsey and lseatedl Helen McCleskey John Boucher and Nanci Hendrickson 204 x 'lf Q. ,Q m K, I A , , A er , , X I u 4 . f V . . 1 I l ' ' I I I I I I I I I 1 l ' " N .. aw? is-li KX 5.3 PIGGLY WIGGLY Qualify Merchandise Always We Guve S8Rl-l Green Stamps Stephenville Texas ZANE CARTER INSURANCE AGENCY COLLEGE TA'l0R5 1s5 N Cromm PO BOX ll U K Gnmes Plwane WO 5 3435 4 5 I .-'V 5 f-ix V ff' F . 7 . . ' ' l I Ph JO 5-4223 Tarle S Stephenville, Texas - You .111 sf Hr IDIUIISUII '60 Greetings lrom your Dear Dear Billy Bailey Sfudenr Body President Bonnie Lewis School Sweefhearr Leonard Fenner MOOR MAN'S l65 E. Woshingron " V 11 WAS f uf-My wi, Sfeplwenville, Texas WO 5-4749 Mintrate Range Blocks 'ELEL 1 EQ , ,,,. . 9. i qi 4-.. : SHS All-School Favorites I Dear Dear Mildred Spifzenberger Clayton Yeager Mos? Represenfcnive Girl MOST Representative Boy WOOD VAN and STORAGE Alvis L- Und KOWDO L- Wood, OWWV5 Serving Cenrrol and VVesT Texcrs with The Home Office Stephenville, Texas - WO 5-Si 23 Besf MOVIUQ Service Aveilvble Ame 5 l, . , E. . - ' 208 WHITE MOT0ll 00 Chrysler Dodge Plymouth Studebaker Lark Our Most Cordlol and Best Washes For STEPHENVILLE HI THE STEP!-IENVILLE STATE BANK QD? .-ei will N Stephenville Texas MEMBER F D I C u I: ' c swag.. 5-3 -. 'np-,N 14- .,.," f - NB" f QL f N-- , K ' ,sf I s .,.--EM .I g e rifsl lgfisgs. I , - -.v f N -:EES .1 +A I Y I Ill V 1, -- I x g 92 Y' --is. I x-yr' 1""" Sharon and Jecn are busy mn Mrs. Leofherwoodi office "readying" hcns for chu-cha rouiine. Champion Products, Inc. cmd SHS Sfingerefres back The Jackets. BUILDING MATERIAL l COMPANY 1 .Re fail Lumber .Dea lem' "Beffer Homes For Better Liz"ing" Stephenville, Texos 2 Vern O. Pendleton, Consignee 1621 East WoshingTon Office Phone WO 5-4710 Res. Phone WO 5-4373 PORTER 81 SON, Seedsmen Stephenville, Texas uo46u qsoM 3 9917 ZS S OM 9U0LId sam MGNVS Nano H3 sxvais U 5U 2 mad 1 L... -1---F17-W 'T' 211 n 4-"' .sw 3--.. fn I Ml .. Cl .1 Cl TH t ,,,, f WHICH if Ynllf 212 JOHN HANCOCK ROOFING CO Bonded Roofs 502 N Gro'1om Pnone WO5536l Slephenvtlle Texas Dee Judy Mac and Sue even clumb ladders to e those Yellow Jacket ods BELCHER S HUMBLE STATION 220 Eost Wushungton Street Woshnng and Lubrecutuon Humble Products ond Atlas Tures Tlres Tubes Batteries WE GIVE SCOTTIE STAMPS Clyde Danny and James get Humble s usual xlra servxce to keep Clydes car In up lop shape -FORD bw pw i Sf HERRIN MOTOR CO BOB HERRIN Your Frnendly Ford Dealer Mary and Pol vm! Chamberlin to sh-ess Beiter Break as! week ERATH EGG FARM Phone WO5 4219 The Kind of Leghorns You Hove Alwoys Wanted Duane, Ball and Norman are among those honored ai Band Banquet m Apnl H my ' , ,, F ., A ,l., . j.:g.T.sV. sig C 1 ' .' lggfk' J-. 4 j' 1 1 ' 9 l l as f 1 . MBL! - S gtrn5.,,-S ,J W 6 i . . . XA-U I I Ile ll T W M I ' ii 3 Q E' ' iii , iaffil ': .E ' , '.:1,it ' 0 l AH, 1 ' - do ' ,, O.. ers? I . , 1: mx I lm. on lm ' 2 s . Q, :, , , any . K Af: in 5 E N mv. 1 ' , ,M Q E . . . ,, 1 6 n l sn 1 E : ' ' Q. i i L V: w. ' Q . New M re Than Ever It Wrll y You Shop CCJX S Where you wnll fund more complete stocks Dependable Qualnty Merchandrse Many students turn aut for downtown pep rally re cedmg home football game DRENNAN FURNITURE SHOP 224 S Columbucm WO5 4315 Raydene and Jess display basketball trophaes garnered by Honeybees and Jackets SAFEWAY BEST PLACE IN TOWN TO BUY Produce Meats Grocerle FRIENDLY SERVICE SCOTTIE STAMPS Jamce and Charles vrew each others awards reserved In Huckabay Tournament SELF S Boots Shoes Brllfolds Barbara holds western hat whale Rosemary assnted by Sheron tries an boot for sue o , Po to Af - - - ' ' of P - Upholstering - Furniture Refinishmg - Repairing ' 5 1 . I . , . . U 2" 214 Mm WW HOLLINGSWORTH POULTRY FARM Hens FRYERS Turkeys Phone WO 5 3367 Louis B Whyburn Owner 8: Mcnoger M Whyburn euorls vlsllors Sue Green way and Put Deavenpari Through his new plan! SERVICE DRUG STORE The REXALL Svore Mrs Don D Arcy Proprietor WE GIVE S8.H GREEN STAMPS WO 5 3517 PHONES WO 5 3319 Mrs DAr:y ls a Youthful backer af All Dlsfncl players Tam Cax Cecllla Ballow Morlha Yoncy Raydene Drennan and Doyle Smnh and of all the Jackets and Haneybees MILLER STUDIO Kodak fnlm Pune portrcnfs Dnol WO535I9 240 W College Seeing double7 John admits lhe camera doesnt LUM S FACTORY OUTLET STORE Yes You DO Save 30 to 60X Sharlene Janne and Lmda vm! Lums for shoes L . . I - Q 4 1 . my 1- ,ff I ' A ' Y I J JE 51 ' I V: , . "' , . . . Q , X X 5 ag: . R' x A 'A TN i R ' 3 1 W ' lie. N' 1 . HEFFLEY S or PHILCO Rosemary demonstrates the Predlcta or Sheren MARTIN BROS GULF PRODUCTS WHOLESALE 8. RETAIL If It s for the Car Truck or Tractor WE HAVE IT Phone WO 5 41 I3 We Never Close We Gnve SGH Green Samps Favorltes m Our Hearts Were Young and Gay audience receive xpeclol delivery Invitations to on stage party from post mon John Lalrd Dlvldend Rate INSURED SAVINGS and Home LOANS STEPHENVILLE SAVINGS 8. LOAN ASSOCIATION Argentma Reno Pat Carr Helen Harmon and Gregory Brown are among the ney stu dents enrollnng toe late to be pictured with their respective classes SPARKMAN TRIM SHOP CAFE BOOTHS AWNINGS LOUNGE FURNITURE NEW Bt REFINISHED Phone WO 5 3965 198 W Frey George thunk: t hlmselt That oughta he o ringer Allen Swann awalts hls turn I 4 "' "N'N X., 'wiv .-W YOU Durfy Them WE Clean Them STEPHENVILLE ICE CO STEPHENVILLE STEAM an LAUNDRY and C ZERO LOK BOX Ile Texas LEANERS Dual WO 5 3145 d Stephenvi , ' - FREE Pickup and Delivery 216 PAYTON 8. FRAKES All Jersey Mnlk 81 Ice Cream Its Days Fresher BRAD THOMPSON GENERAL INSURANCE AGENCY 235 W Washington P O Box 85 Phone WO 5 3155 Stephenvnlle Texas Paper Shell Pecan Speclalusts Qdf WOLFE NURSERY Since 1919 SLAUGHTER DRUG Prescription Pharmacist WALGREEN AGENCY Stephenvulle Texas JACK ARTHUR THEATRES MAJESTIC PALACE STARLITE Congratulations to the Sensors of 1960 F 1 In Fzcnznq t F0011 Fconorrzlval P ntertuznment Rememl 61 Theres u one und only ln refreshment, too Borneo UNDER Aumomtv OF me cocA coLA COMPANY BY "TEXAS COCA COLA BOTTLING COMPANY 21 11 7 X :wr ,".r1,'1 1 I - J ' 1 ' l l l X l X Movies are your best entertainment value 1 It H I 'E if 5 .,u, . . . S I X 1' 1 I I KNO I Since I9I2 Soufhwesfern Engraving Co. of ' For? WOF+h, has been acquiring 'rhe neces- sary KNOW HOV! 'ro produce oufsfanding yearbooks. Tha'r's why discriminanng s'raFFs iurn +o . . . Phone 'VOJ 463-1 2131 Woocl WSE... '32- mslxzm 'I'-Nazis' 1? si' 1 ww DEX BARHAM HATCHERY 212 S Belknap Phone WO 5 3710 CENTRAL MOTOR SALES 536 E VVo1s1wnngTon Phone VVO5 3200 J 'I' MAYS CO Inc 000sll.MduIl First In Volue For The Home EDD E WILLIAMS CONTRACTOR Cornmercnol ond Re,nclenT1oI Sreplwenvulle, Texas 1 d VERNON GUNN Consrruchon Company COOK BROS LUMBER CO Day WO 5 3065 Nite WO 5 4524 Dublin Road JONES CHEVROLET CO SALES SERVICE gnevnowr -4i'7f'E"Lgg Reecle R Jones SWINDLE JEWELRY d R D d C J ly leo N B lk p Nez! to Mogesvuc Thecxlre Stephenville, Texos 219 v- T, ", ,,g51.5,, , 'gf-"'A --V ,gum falagigiir ll A. - I ,nil . g N. ,, , 5? 'E I ' 9 ' u , - . ' - , P. ' GW .+L-.. - . - Q ' c . Qualrly Merclmndse Price 1911 Chlno - Slv ' - P y BROCK S BARBER SHOP HOWELL FLORAL NNO E HAVE SERVICE PRE DELI PERRY S IO 25c S ore HILLS CAFE and CATERING SERVICE WO5 11892 WO5 5365 Safety Through Drnvlng STOCKERS AUTOMOTIVE CLUB Srephenvl I Ie Texas Aufographs 1 J f X riff ff! ff' WK? 7111 DAILY EMPIRE 420 vw' 7 J K, fflgl vcr, , Y 0414111 6-A fjfjgfgilf EMPIRE TRIBUNE A, , lj Lf 7,7 xg!!! 6' Kyla. S11 1 T1 fzdbfffez A fYL"fj4'f .Z7ff2f1f BALLOW INSURANCE Thurry seven years Dependable Service 220 SPELL BAKE SHOP and DINING ROOM Welcome Hugh School Srudenfs 'ff f P flzzfxy wwf 7' Ziff? 1541417 O, ,gf fic 140114 Af s Pon Inf. X.-.'.5swgf..r V 5,44,' II'!mn you Hrinl: of I"If1u-uw I 5 Illini: uf Ours! ' ' W If. I QE , and E VERA, 5 , 5 - - I , T of I 1V V' ,J K1 V ' I ,Y , I l,.,,L.4,, I I Sponsored by Walkers Use-cI Parts 'CE X r, V7 I .. A , K ,rl 4 ,. 4 A , 4, , X V -J , A LA! ,IA ff J ' f 4 I . - . jx ! V 1 ig I , XX A ' C Afternoon ana Sunda Mavnrng .2 V. 'f' f KAN 7- ,, wif, ' V' V 'f J Eve'y Fezaay ' , f- I I fi f : ' '- X, LV . V, ,1 L f' 7' I ,' , - . ' ' 1 ' 1 . 1II'l'HI4 III TM' Hvnrf ll- '.I'IlN J A7 ' f , I 4, YA fy," f .Lg fj K ' , ,V I ' 4 ' . ' I , 2 , 4, V V A 4 ,h , ,f 1 ,. "K, 4, . ' . X ' V v ..,7 ' - V "w ,i, Autographs f JZZUL 446 7a4g -'C Ja ,jaccf 2, fi,-zafgf 4766, -X5 -,361 AZ 44, Kivweocfzfg J gy 5,4096 fd 521811 pc, QAQLA: ,deaf-6,657 fvJ ! ,Z -and 52722 ff X! if 5 ff 'Zi Te' My J ZZ! Lfzvfl A"5'C'Zl Z! 444.414 Z W4 ji. 114 , QMXZRQQJ rRIGIDAIRE MOTOROLA STephenvnIIe Dubhn TRULKS TRACTORS INTERNATIONAL HIGGINBOTHAM MOTOR CO VVO 5 4822 RCA De Laval Stephenvulle Texas For AII Your Grocery Neds STOVALL NORTH GROCERY Mr and Mrs I-I E North Owners JOSEPH A CHANDLER Atforney aT Law N r I-Iealth and BeauTy Needs Welcome WEST S DINING HALL DAIRY KING 4 1 A Tre I 1 o WO 5 3422 f Q ' Y, TA f' A L ' f 7? , ' I ,6 .. I ebIe'r Kng Buwldmg ph. 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North Srde of Square tep envrll, T I I Q , Belkna Phone - l I I Autographs PERKINS GROCERY We Delrver BARNES STORE 50 to S1 00 TRAVIS MCMAHAN Jeweler ephermvrlle Texas LAWSON S MOBIL SERVICE Sfephenvrlle Texas COPPEDGE LAUNDRY Puck up and Delivery N03 3009 S p KIMBELL STEPHENVILLE CO Wholesale Grocers CITY BARBER SHOP 4 B me Llppzeczaferl ADAMS CONOCO STATION Frresfone Trres and BaTTerres NO 5 3939 S22 T :I ra A ,nee Prefs WO 5-3413 X . Wes' Srde of Saucve I I Sf' ' , , , ln! g 855 Wesv Washmgron I I '- re Henville, Texas Ynz 1' us' ws . ' " , Pak-up 8- DeIJe'y - Wushrng 8- Lubrrcalran -SI N. Grahara I A J C PENNEY CO Inc Stephenville Texas BISHOP GROCERY 4910 We Dellver C 8. N KENNELS Sleplwenvllle Texas POSTON FEED CO BONDED WAREHOUSE bleplwenvulle Texas NICHOLS FLORAL CO M DAIRY TREAT I S DAI ELLIS INSURANCE AGENCY GENERAL INSURANCE FH L 224 KAY S COIFFURES WOS 5 4 ADP d -I Autographs . . ., . 9 - I , . 1 , 'O '- l3'3 NN V 'fbl ' I 1 I M and rs, Slerllng R. Bllls, Owners "7 N, Beiknap WO 5-ASI6 "FLOWERS FOR EVERY OCCASION" GadFed Refl1'gDk D I M I 5 I1 I4 M . D k A - F '1 A A I I 1 IIA So ColJmbIa - 4 9 H lr styles, A way lwaircuts cl permanent Y r Business reclate Autographs L6 V ,011 ccffft f' 4440! xi 506 fcca ffl! ,diffwf MMC? Aflbwcff f ,fpcogfflaefdhgd STEPHENVILLE FLORAL CO o Y 3 BEALL S Qualify Merchandise STILL CLEANERS RICHARDSON KEELING SHOES ly H ELCOME O A 81 W DRIVE IN G I O ONYX CAFE GYNDOLA H WOLFE General Insurance NO: bla 23-1 N Belknap WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE N E C ner af Yne Spare O 9 1418 A , 4 ' I . 'V fl 7" cl ' ' X , , Aff! ' cf" " "Flowers For Any I our Occasions" 1 G7 ' I 4 lr -KL M PH -O5-ew ,,l- auf J H. F g 5 .QA ! 4 1, I I F 5 ,I fC 5 , I 4 f I . . . V ,- A ll 'fi X' V ' 7,4 cj ,1'::.'e".' ae 3 I.-:.'.:s' Ce:,,1" en? Sh' XIX! 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'IO N rrh Sde of Squ e H G PERRYS Warehouse Sales WO 5 3323 813 E Wclshmg on StepI1envrIIe Texos LOUTHERBACK S GROCERY u W Lon WOSDII6 WE DELIVER MAJESTIC BEAUTY SHOP 5 BeIknc1 wo54715 DAIRY TREAT NO 2 Food Rerreshmg Dnnks DeIcous Malts 8. Shakes EXPERTS ON ELECTRIC IRING oo o sncn F ee Estimates CITY ELECTRIC L HEPHFIJS SID JHITMAN I NO: 27 ' 1 F o E of I' 3 . . ' -I I r . , . Y , I 1 IV5 . g -' I 128 p - Gsod ' I . 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LORRAINE GOLDEN '1 John STAFF: Se f Hgh ROBERTA LOUDERMILK 244 fl Pt a MCH dy 6 ef ow facket a4nnual I STEPHENVILLE HIGH SCHOOL Stephenvalle Texas July l6 l 60 Dear Reader The annual staff us proud to present the T960 Yellow Jacket a record of your T959 60 school year Summer delnvery has enabled us to represent many of the sprung actrvutles that have not been uncluded before Our thanks to the Seniors who gave us such an overwhelmung approval to carry out thas change of deluvery date Twenty pages have been added to make thus the largest volume of the Yellow Jacket The S H S pencul plays an lnconsplcuous but necessary role It us related to our Actlvlhes Classes Favorites and Adverhslng as well as benng used by everyone at S H S To our professnonal craftsmen Amerucan Beauty Cover Company Southwestern Engravlng Stephenvllle Prlntnng Mntchell Studuo and Miller Studao we say thanks for helping us to make thus book possrble We want also to thank the faculty and admlnlstratnon for their complete cooperatlon un so many ways Havung spent many hours an the production of thus book we hope you and your friends wall enloy your Yellow Jacket a4nnual Staff Nuldred Spltzenberger Edntor 9 Ednor Moser Sheron l SPOVWSOV Mosetta Jackso Lola u es Norma D lshe Bookkeepe' Jeannette Ttdw II a De venport o ancock Ju Lockhart Sue Gr enway Monette Boyetf Jack Vaughn I S Btllte Bums ll 7 , 9 I , . 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