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

 - Class of 1966

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Sure, Mike, you're here to stay, Courage seen each day Is a sign, For on each early morn In the hall is born A smile benign. Patience all the while, Frag'le boy with big smile Each admires. Presence in each class, Schol'rship none surpass Still inspires. Mike, since you've gone away, We at high school say You aren't dead. Tho' we grieve for thee, We say tenderly That you've fled To live on a star-- We reply au revoir, Not farewell. You can't fade away For you are a gay Immortelle. June Shannon In Memoriam Walla, Mike Mercer Cook 1949-1965 g-x N 'I 'P 'rf -5 '7'ff"''1wwfVffgfwwwfffvgvrf-wWc'jy62W ,,vfff4ifW' " 'ji '17 f9,",',-f - ? ffl? fy f., aff 114 f .f f nf 411,-Q"fM ,0?,,,:',4'ff,f':16f' 'if 'nf ' 1 ,., 1, M., of V, 90 fQ4f5,,6,f44,f.Q.Qfy,ZQ uf, 14,11 1: Z ' 5 K 'fu f-ff' fir ?j2:f': :,w:5J!P+':4421 M: 13fF'4:'f"v ff, 'Lim . I f 'cwff 4 zy fnf-:g,f,fQ,.-14,1 .pffyw . .,'!,,, f. ' wwf'ff'-,,j'y,f"g:fy, Vw UQ.z.f,,f,f,.,,,y,f:w 'wy,,fqgygfc5,pq.-y, ,,: ew ' ,L v. 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Our world is a place for gaining the valuable knowledge and experience that will serve as the found- ation for our workin the future. These years are the time to apply ourselves and gain the full benefit of our high school education, for our future success depends upon the founda- tion we establish today. Summer Students To The ! Ip .i i Z r I n 'q I rmf' ' "' fTop Leftj Summer Civics students listen f attentively to Mayor Jack Arthur discuss the f", ,4 t local government. fTop Centerb Rising early for7 o'c1ock class- es, students expandtheir knowledge of English literature. fCenterJ After attending workshop in Ohio, Sissie and Judy take a swim, while Lou calls home, and Linda struggles with her luggage eager to head back to Texas. CCenter Rightj Seniors gather around to make sure that Freshman Duke Everett shines that seal "spotless," n fLeftj Free period affords students time to KS, V W1 convene and share tall tales of last summer's ml m adventures. 6 Fun Ends As Trudge Back Hall f SHS Officer elections for clubs and classes are among the early activities of students organizing for the new year. Seniors eagerly troop to the office to receive their "long-awaited" Senior rings. ez'ff::-21-ffzgy-a r, ,- -V 'Q' ,' wg-ff 1 f ' - ' fp' fa- 4,1 2L',f:4 f'1-'Iffff' ,ff , 4 fg ,- FT 1'- 5JZfZ5ZQ'if24 ,,4,f,f. , ,,,f., ., , , ,, ,, , 'g ,.f-,---Q:--M: wal:-.W .f,:-1253. ' 'Q-,az ,L 1-4,17:41f-4,1-,,1a,y,-tqgfggglf g V- , , -4 ,'-?':',y-f:x-:f3-:,- ,G ,151-f.1.fr-Jygfnfrfpayyy -ff-W1 ,,.f A V 1 'V , -..0a-yarziw-1.1 ui ' , UP V 1 ' I cfifffi- ::.,aw-W1. 5:-'. ' - It I VJ' I-lily-1.57 'a441, .' ,.f1:n?ii- 5"1371iG',1F I it , -x,5'?Q3j:gW.,i','ggj3j5p5i- , ,u,,,1.. ,A .1 ' iv' L , ., ,, .f: an ,M M -",j7' ,, f'.,f,1'f3-fiifgjqf ,nf I fin-11:12-', "" ,z .ifasfvmfP-12f?Mf4:"-Swv' -, . --'44-41--:eff-ff .46 gg: "-- 'Qi' ZAZQHWVZ-sg-f-1--Qfgkpf X9,2Q4?j7f4-742419340 Jw' - W.. Sf' f ,.,, . , ,, f '- af 'fre - -.-.-'-:::--sa-.ff-,g,. 1.4 , ,. , ,., ' -, - 'ff' - -, The early fall schedule includes disruption of routine classwork at SHS for '66 Jacket picture-taking day. Kay Littleton, top annual salesman, issues her 8 lst '66 Jacket receipt to Brent Simmons. l X, V 315, A , I U Y: ,Jiri 4:,, ' , i ' 'N V f ,f KX 5 SUV: xffvilx ',!V M H 1,2 ',K..' .Nl X , I EJ! Q - a, v ,- .el ' X212 1 1 , Q53 qi V g ' 5 f'v2- '-,A lwgaf -.J If '-P 85 if-KK E I 40 5 xv vi 5115 .. Q, .. . ., , if -2? -. , P B44 B 71 24 Practicing after school, Stingerettes strive to perfect their dance for Friday night's game. A, I A , , li Jacket players and coaches scrimmage long hours to get ready for football competition. Friday morning pep rally, led by exuberant cheer- leaders, sets the stage for the night's game . . . M 3 I ,y Beginning each morning at 8, band members spend many hours drilling for their half-time shows. To promote spirit, cheerleaders conduct a funeral march for a "Dead Texan." Loyal Jacket fans signal "thumbs up" for the kickoff. Booster signs--on the walls, hanging from the rafters, in the gym, -- everywhere. School spirit is ata peakg football is king. Many ac- tivities center around it. The Band and Sting- erettes practive daily to perfect half-time performances. Cheerleaders boost spirit and enthusiasm at games and pep rallies. Then it's "thumbs up" for the kickoff with every- one anxiously awaiting the outcome of the game, hoping it's the Jackets who will cele- brate the sweet taste of victory. Man Hours Of Practice Prove Jackets Are Best Clifton Wood returns the kickoff for good yardage. Homecoming Festivities Add Color, Junior girls alphabetize the traditional mums for quick pick-up service. Helium-filled balloons sail through the air adding to the color and excitement of Homecoming. Kevan moves up and down the spirit ladder, de- '9 Q 'ifwvhtf tim! picting Home- coming spirit. Loudly cheering students urge him to the top. I, ,......e-N--f-A-'F' W is SS lg Beauty, And Excitement To SHS At half-time, Trina Engler, escorted by Don Cranford, is presented as the 1965 Homecoming Queen. In her court are Mary Burns, escorted by Arlie Garrett, and Wanda Keeney, escorted by Ronnie Woolley. While Stephenville High students and exes dance to lively music, Donna Vic, Charlotte, and Donnie pause for refreshments. 9' fi If 13 li? Larry Lane, president of the NHS, explains the qualifications and purposes of NHS to 2 1 inductees at the formal induction ceremony. "Cupcakes in the foyer" is a familiar sound to students rushing to buy one of those "lip-smack- ing" cupcakes sold by the annual staff and NHS. Excited football boys hurry to the gym to receive SHS's award-winning stage band displays its many their letter jackets. talents in an early assembly. . Stingerettes 1 fishing High-s t e p p i n g leaders, Trina, Len Johnson and Joan Miller "magical- from fishermen. Donna, and Linda, add their bit 1y" entertain a responsive audience. to the colorful Stingerette show. The fourth-period Civics class bulletin board committee -- Larry Lane, Bill Irwin, and Judy Laughlin -- clips articles of interest to place on the board. News At SHS The second-period Civics class reads attentively their "living textbook." Newspapers at SHS have been introduced as a"living textbook" in Miss Russell's social studies classes. Students read and discuss local, state, and interna- tional happenings in the daily paper. Each week a bulletin board committee of four students selects articles of par- ticular interest to put up for the entire class to read. Winter Brings Mid-Term Exams, war, 1111141 4' 4, 'f -, ,f , A 44 ,gf , in CTop Leith Terrell and Robert gaze admir- ingly at the huge Christmas tree decorated by Student Council members for the special Christmas assembly. fCenter Leftj Mr. Helm, accompanied by Mr. Harwell, leads the student body in the singing of favorite Christmas carols. CCenter Rightj Santa arrives amid happy students and, believing they have been good, showers them with candy. fBottom Rightj Againstabackground of mod- ern "op art", Len Johnson and Mike Riggs entertain at the Band's Beatnik Party, sub- stituted this year ior the usual Christmas formal. KW X' .3 Christmas, and Snow -9-M CTop Rightj Taking advantage of the seldom-seen snow, Debi Lucas, Alta Keeney, Eddy Hooker, and Ronnie Hampton "live it up" before class. CCenter Leftj Mrs. Isbell's English IV class takes one of those long-dreaded mid-term exams. fCenterRightJ Terry Williams and Don Cranford take abreakto read literature received at the TCU Career Day. CLeftJ For the second year in a row, Steven Meers receives a Certificate of Design and Craitsmanship from the Fisher Body Craftsman's Guild for his original design of a model car. I7 Splendor of pirit lllumines Basketball World Honeybee reserves keep a sharp eye on the plays from the bench. The SHS student body gleefully cheers the basketball L Georganna drives in for a lay-up. teams on to victory. Melvin reaches high for a rebound in a game against Lingleville. I8 xr' X. 'x ., .ir A ,giifag Charles needs make-up for that Meeting at Mrs. Christine Whyburn's home, the play cast makes the necessary changes in the script and then take a "Coke break." distinguished graying-look. 'The Magic Touchv Sets The Pace for the Presentation Pla Bobbette, alias Mary Jo, tells her mother, Mary Park, she has finally grown up. 3 :T The play cast poses for the camera after an exciting, fun-filled evening. 19 Spring World Opens With Tourney, Public School Week The Band Smorgasbord proves to be a favorite with the people of Stephenville. 2547? 1 ,, ,1 5 Zrxk 20 -:Wmgez:.z1:,.:s.':.rad 'ziiii-2 19 ' P 2 - """' " fn:-1-..y.-v .,ny,g3f:..1:. .fa . ,.-L. A' A 5- , a?:2e'ff' -A , V Q! f ' 13 .1 4 ,if ATI." 5' I ' 1 .V Q- 5 , .I fgfsf ' . - Student Ag t e a c h e r from .4 " . 1 ' 1 I ' l 3 -, AGM, Melvin Eilers, shows uf:.Z4Q'GS ' ' mzwcw ac.-1. ,ff - Randy Whitman the correct way to shear sheep. 2 S, wwwrwmwmm 1 Mi- if Carolyn C row looks at Scrapbooks du ring a li- brary-sponsored teafor the student teachers. Public School Week visitation offers parents an opportunity both to see teachers. f' V' 3 ' r ij 53232255 aaa. - 55?iJ'Jt'a if ,, FFS COpposite Pagej CCenter Lefty 'Mike and Joe handle the drawing of numbers for 5,3 who is to play whom in the school tourney. E y ' XF HFS .-ern 5.2 'Dm mv-1 S- QE? one 'da ge, ,.,v-I 5'-s mE' 'ia 'U D' sv EL U1 cn IZ! ,... o H on 'U P1 2 m v-s m Ph o v-s F? IJ' na ua sw o F' P-x sv o rn ff? tBottom Leftj Robert and Steve battle it out in an important game of chess. fBott0m Right! Homemaking student teachers from ACC, Linda Thomas and Betty Buckley, pause during their busy work to 4. smile for the Jacket camera. g, E. Warren demonstrates rotational inertia at right. f 21 Y??? yell 5 'X easel 5 student exhibits and to chat with the A ., B W, . :rg ,. ' QL. , .. H, JM f, "Q: 5"-5337-4 fe ,-Jw I. aw , .1 5. fCounterc1ockwiseD Lt. Governor Preston Smith, seen with Duane Sparkman and Billy Baskett, is guest speaker at the DE-VIC Banquet. Robert, Joe, Linda, and Lou represent the SHS Student Council at the State Convention in Hurst. Though it is spring, Honeybees beam excitedly over their new jackets. Thirteen Senior girls compete in the annual Lions' Club Queen contest. The lucky winner, Trina Engler, is con- gratulated by fellow contestants. S .7 - is A A ' A , 4- t ., h . N Q x gt, X :Q 5 rf , 2 J fl -.aQ i X ff 22 X . fTop LeftJ SHS is fortunate to have the 17th District Con- gressman, Omar Burleson, speak for assembly. fTop Righty UIL winners,Warren, Mike, Robert, Kathleen, Doris, Lou, and Cindra, earn the right to compete on the regional level. fRightJ Manager Steve Hill is seen at right assisting Jacket sprinter with the starting blocks. 23 l7""f. .f -F I I6 Vfv f 72 05:9 f Mr. Gilbert carefully checks seating arrange- ment forthe CC Merit Award Winners. Forty- three high school students earn this recognition. Crown Jewel ' ' 'E fe Z, 4' f 4? , W f w . lm' ' . W .. fn. 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Mr. Bill Hailey, popular SHS teacher 30 ACADEMICS Academics is the focal point of our world. Whether studying or teaching, everyone is involved in a daily search for knowledge and experience. Involved in a wide range of studies, students have an opportunity to be- corne acquainted with all aspects of our ever- changing world. A history student pouring over reference books in the library, last minute changes in an English theme, and the odor of burning sulfur in the chemistry lab exemplify the widely varied phases of aca- demics. ff ,, . ,,,, V.,..,.,.,.:4 ,,gf,.--f.,--m+mf,,f v ,f,g,g.,,,:--,.f.,- .-,- , Llp, -,..g, - ,.,,,.,.,,,,. ,,,,.1,g,,:,1.V 'WZ 414 ef 4 Ky! my X Nil FX wr when if 'r' f-'F fy -2 V5 -' VH" r 5 4 ., V 5' ' V 1 ri"' , 3.33215 1- 31' I-ff::jy' , al 3-: ,':.:,,.-.A::, ff iff-:'-3-JE: Q, . . , 3 "":1 rV , 4, - i ' "-11-V-lf ' " lb. -Wil-L:1:?"' .s9.i" "aft, f"' ' 75:25 , rw-" -V "':, 'V 3:3-E1 "7-,I , , '. 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Dr. Nathan Cedars Mr. Clinton Cox Secretary .,-I--,M Mr. George M, Cook, Jr kr Mr. J. C. Helm, Jr. Superintendent of Schools Sup crintendcnt One of the main reasons for the high quality of education in Stephenville Public Schools is the effective leadership of Mr. J. C. Helm, Jr., superintendent. Another is the immedi- ate interest displayed by members of the Board of Education. Realizing education is the real strength of our world, these admin- istrators, in the course of planning, set high standards to make certain that each student has the necessary foundation to succeed in college or at a vocation. Rush McLemore Tax Assessor Mr. Gilbert, Mr. Helm, and Mr. Moser relax a moment from their Mrs. Lillian Crow daily 1'0Ufi119- Tax Assessor's Secretary 5 1 2 - Wiiv 4 f A 114' 21 ..., f-:..,..,,,,,.. I ,, I ,,..,,,. WWA . . :ring ,Zuma-.am El ffice Personnel Assure Mrs . Pearl Bransom if-ZZQfy49ggg,j" :f:1:i, ffi'1f-,,- Mrs. Yvonne Moore and Mrs. Avis Colwick I ,WW f my F , Smooth School Gperation 4-'ZQ QZZZ 5 ,f l ,,.. i ff? ' ...,., y ff V 1 ,fr I I V ' , I , I gffeffff-:A-:::1 ' E I " -rg f' 151 , fy U3 Mrs. Avis Colwick Mrs. Janice Harris ' f ZQL Q 4.-f - ' , 'Wit , ' ' .fi-rw- , ' nmna-5... Secretaries in the offices of the superintendent and the principal do many jobs the year round to make the school year a successful one. Office Girls: Rhonda Weidner, Mary Burns, Donna Watson, Brenda Burns, June Donna Hilburn, Betty Yeates, Ann Walls, Sharon Knipstein, Trina Engler, Sandra Larner, Janie Arendt, 'Bi'llief'BfE1y. L T , f1 I D4 4- TL,- ' ,, ff ' A Jlf' 34 , , f f 1,., . ,. ' e Acc ,, I K 7 7 A successful school is run like a wise business investment. A good "principal" aided by a good "super- visor" with a large amount of "inter- est" make up a good "investment" Inabusiness proposition the reward is profitg in a school it is well- educated s t ud e nts , providing the good principal, s u p e r v is o r , and large amount oi interest are Princi- pal Ben Gilbe rt and Supervisor Charles Kitchens. By his ready hu- mor Mr. Gilbert teaches a moral pleasantly. His handling of our ai- fairs usually contains a bit of wisdom which students unknowingly absorb. Exemplifying kindness and consid- eration, Mr. Kitchens always lends a helping hand. Whether in advis- ing those under his supervision or in retrieving lost items, his first thought is for the student. Mr. Charles Kitchens Supervisor .fi--,f 1, ma mmm-..w... -5 Mr. Ben Gilbert 151.2223-1?-r5u:Z?7T,v' ' 'mi-iv.-"Ki: ig ,."' "-Z up 1... -7 f 4492! ' fel +1 Early in the second semester, Janis Helm joins SHS personnel as a greatly-appreciated teach- er aid. 35 Principal Terry Williams is caught by the Jacket camera on a regular visit to the Post Office to get the school mail. Teachers! Teachers! Everywhere! an-A Mr. Jim Harwell Mr. Mel Cowan Mrs. Annie Lynn Leatherwood JIM HARWELL, B. MUS., Music Education, Baylor Universityg Band Director. MEL COWAN, sam Houston State Teachers Collegeg Assistant Band Director. CoolCat, Daddy Harwell, promises, ANNIE LYNN LEATHERWOOD, B. A., Art Mary-Hardin Bay1orgWor1d History, Physi- cal Education, and Art, St ing e r ett e and Cheerleader Sponsor. LINDA STANFIELD, B. S., Physical Educa- tion, University of Missouri, Physical Edu- cation, Health and Freshman Basketball, Jun- ior Class Sponsor. "I'l1 dig ya later," as Mama Rosie and Mr. Mel vie for the "big check- ers" championship. N Mrs . Linda Stanfield SAM TAYLOR, B.S., Physical Education, North Texas State University, General Sci- ence and Assistant Coach. BILL KEENEY, B. S., Physical Education, North Texas State University, World History, Health, and Assistant Coach, Junior Class Sponsor. 56' ' Mr. Sam Taylor Mr. Bill Keeney Possessing Man lnterests, Teachers Stimulate Students KENNETH PAIR, M, S., Physical Education, Stephen F. Austin State College, Physical Education and Assistant Coach. KENNETH SCOTT, B. S., Physical Educa- tion, Texas Christian Universityg Economics, Texas History, and Head Coach. , , J Y Mr. Kenneth Pair Mr. Kenneth Scot ,,,-T...,...-.,. .. Study Time Included in Curriculum ff", Mrs. Myrtle Deavenport Mrs. Eileen Shipp MYRTLE DEAVENPORT, M. B., Business Administration, West Texas State University, Businessg National Honor Society Sponsor. EILEEN SHIPP, M. E., English, Texas Chris- tian Universityg English and Typingg Sopho- more Class Sponsor. Mrs. Deavenport efficiently demonstrates to one of her typing classes. .. .M ' Student teachers add new faces to SHS world . . . 38 Q. ,ff ",',"1m Mrs. Emma Kate Jackson Mrs. Elsie June Shannon Mrs. Lorraine Golden Mrs. Phoebe Isbell EMMA KATE JACKSON, M. E., Education, North Texas State University, English, Stu- dent Cotmcil Sponsor. ELSIE JUNE SHANNON, M.S., English, Abi- lene Christian College, English, Senior Class Sponsor. '51 LORRAINE GOLDEN, B. A., English, North Texas State University, English and Annual Sponsor. PHOEBE ISBELL, M. A., English, North Texas State University, English, Freshman Class Sponsor. Mischievous Elsie June Shannon is seen at left with her S H S faculty classmates intheir skit forthe Stingerette Show. Boys in Mrs. Isbell's English I fbelowj proudly display their "Great Expectations" projects. Mrs. Jackson carefully re-alphabetizes all those papers. :W :fjrfklf A' . .. .' ' I " -FWZ' -. .1' -Iv 1,-'.-93' .. ' .-, JM'-11 ,funn-V .-. .- A.- 4 ' - is- 'ff .-mf,-,--1. - -.g1:.:u,f,g'sag:::syaxgggf :ra w R 53:5 ff ' 'Fil' fi. ,e 1.1 'I - 241. . . I I Il ' lg.: 0 I I 0 1 nz . , , V K zQ':o'u:A 1 ,ag . q',...,,1 , 'V fx- , -1 '-f un' ' ' I I Q 1, , 2- u 9 :O fx' 1 , ,Q 0 0 0 0 - , , 1-g-'-'-" 4' if ., ' '.l'l. QQ, '.,, , . .' 5 :MA ' , -. g 5f4?,1,1ff ::,-,waxy-rfzev., . - 'ffvf ' Q .,,,, 3 ,..........-f---f-- , age Mr. Gilbert visits English IH classes to register ,I next year's Seniors. ' Elaine adds a finishing touch to her bulletin board prepared for QV points. Committees carefully select news of interest to display for their Civics class. LILLIE RUTH LAIRD, B. A., Spanish and English, North Texas State University, Span- ish, Spanish Club and Stinger Sponsor. CIIEO FERGUSON, M. L.S., Library Science, Texas Woman's University, Librarian, Li- brary Club Sponsor. JANICE WOMACK, Tarleton State College, Library Teacher Aid. sy' , j , - 1114? I f V, I, , ' w, if 97,9 75' I an .i a , EL xx Mrs. Lillie Ruth Laird Mrs. Cleo Ferguson Miss Janice Womack 40 Social Studies Combine Past and Present X...-.,,..a.-1 lqgmx . , 4 ff' - ' Z ', 'ff' Zff 2 Enhancing their study of the Roman era, Suzan Smith describes family life to her classmates. World History students in costume prepare to give special reports in class. Senator Omar Burleson, after speaking in as s e mb ly , chats with faculty members over coffee in the Homemaking Cottage. GAYLE RUSSELL, B. S., History, North Texas State Universityg Civics and Historyg Social Studies Club Sponsor. GWEN WILLIAMS, M. S., History, North Texas State Universityg Historyg FTA Spon- sor. Miss Gayle Russell Miss Gwen Williams 41 Students Develop New Vocational Skills ,o "'::':': Mr. Ralph Moser Mr. Rex Stephens RALPH MOSER, M. S., Agriculture, Texas ASJM University, Agriculture, FFA and Stu- dent Council Sponsor. REX STEPHENS, M. S., Agriculture Educa- tion, Texas A81M UniversitygAgricu1tureg FFA and Freshman Class Sponsor. 'f , Mrs. Rose-llen Davis Mrs. Faye Greenway ROSE LLEN DAVIS, B. S., Home Economics Education, Texas Woman's U n iv e r s it y g Ho m e m a kin gg FHA and Sophomore Class Sponsor. FAYE GREENWAY, B. S., Home Economics Education, Texas Woman's U n i v e r s it y 5 Homemaking, FHA and Senior Class Sponsor. . iff 5 f'v,-,,.- , ,MQ-ejvf, , n Barbara Woods presents a special report to Mrs. Greenway's Homemaking III class. Mr. Jones lends Ralph a helping hand with his farewell gift from the faculty. LOU FITZGERALD, B. S., Physical Educa- tion, East Texas State Collegeg Special Edu- C2.tlOIl. TmA MAE FULCHER, M. E., Educationg Texas Technological Collegeg Special Edu- cation. Q , 9 ,- Ll. -n 4 2 1 lr Mrs. Lou Fitzgerald Mrs. Tina Mae Fulcher JOHN HEFTON, M. E., Education, Sul Ross State Collegeg Distributive Educationg DE and Sophomore Class Sponsor. WILLIE G. STEPHENS, B. S., Secondary Education, Howard Payneg Industrial Coop- erative TraininggVIC and Senior Class Spon- sor. Mr. Hefton and Mr. Stephens are pic tured with Lt.-Gov. Preston Smith, guest speaker at the D E-V I C Banquet. Mr. John Hefton Mr. Willie G. Stephens G4 Math Department Cffers Four Credits Mr. Collin B. Jones Mr. J. D. Pilcher Mr. Fred Crabtree COLLIN B. JONES, M. A.,Math, Texas FRED CRABTREE, M. E., Math, Physics Christian Universityg Math. Texas Christian Universityg Math and Sci- enceg Math Club and Senior Class Sponsor. J. D. PILCHER, B. A., Math, Howard Payne Collegeg Mathg Freshman Class Sponsor. V , Math teacher Fred Crabtree doubles as ticket sales- Free period gives Mr. Pilcher, Mr. Jones, and Mr. man-gatekeeper for many athletic events. Williams an opportunity to relax. 44 Ours Is A World of Science ' 1 ,' 1'-'1" I Z, if D' f,,,,.a.a,f4w4'2'!'Z. General Science students re-enact class experiments Mr. Hailey is seen preparing popcorn for his Chem- for Public School Week visitors, istry classes--a traditional part of pre-holiday acti- vities. DEAN WILLIAMS, M. E., Education, Texas BILL M. HAILEY, M. E., Education, Texas A8zM Universityg Biologyg Biology Club and ASZM University, Chemistry, Science Club Junior Class Sponsor, Baseball Coach. and Junior Class Sponsor. ALPHA WAGNER, M. E., Education, Trinity University, General Science. Mr. Dean Williams Mrs. Alpha Wagner Mr. Bill M. Hailey 45 ,J W4 1 r 4 Za "V ij 'Ti ' 'i I E l Z i ,e .f ,ww .f,.f. 0 , ., :J,j1.':'wir'-b"f:1fvsf' f 4 4 if ....... , -fQ2?2,,3zM Shop foreman Bob Haggard sees that "Yellow Hounds" and drivers are on the move daily, transporting many students to and from SHS and on trips to out-of-town games, con- tests, and special events. School aintenance The Logans, congenial and efficient, work around the clock to keep our campus, the new building, auditorium, band hall and gym clean and attractive. f 6 ,,,,, x H , 1 ,lo, - 1? " , f' 1z'P?Yf'i5"? ' ,7 H, l',,, M" 'ffi'-f v' 2252 2 "'-- A "2, ifzfffffkftffff Qf 5 ,, ., I rl ,rgl .,, 177, 59:77 I azz 7 W W 1 ff wan, ffwefgzff. AJ, W,-if fQui'?2fL4 ,,, ,f f,,,,f,,w, '- 4 ,. xfgfw , , ff ,'7 ff Z vy,y ,AZ ,fax '?wh,' Cafeteria custodian Cork repairs window. Mr. Evatt puts a new face on the old building. Mrs. Lois Thomas supervises lunchrooms. Mrs. Nancy Williams and Mrs. Clara Huffman prepare the meals at high school. Handled Efficientl X I P w 'P f X M - if ,1 f fa Where the action is . . . students devour the noonday meal. Mrs. Tina Mae Fulcher collects the money or records the charges in the lunch line. The line moves on to be served by the cooks and their student-helpers. Miss Jacket Trina Engler Nominees A Af ,Lfigff To promote interest, the staff sponsors a :1f'JiQfL'Y,E Izciqeiz contest. Secret ballot of yearbook buyers designates 'i'i:i:iQi. Engler, one of five nominees, as Miss Jacket of '66 to be ealed at the August Annual Scribble Party. THE MAGIC TOUCH reveals to a February "SRO" crowd the identity of favorites in our world at SHS, selected by secret ballot at regular assembly early in October, and recognizes or- ganizational favorites presented earlier in the year. Doris Albright Marilyn Williams Lou Greenway Linda Hassler 49 - ,w..',1Ix-.'f,,fYA rw-Q VFX ,,-.at XX" L UM W mf- X f , 'xg":glQVffijii-,girv'i'v3lgjyygf1,+-x Q .Arn f ,, X. ,,:.,,,,1,4e x ,,,.l ,AV K A , , ., ,,-f1.,f M.. ,, ,. ,A ,. s-z. 1. ,. .. WHL , L v ,i.1, , f .1 A N I r X1 1 1 E i V 1 ,,,.-1C C ilfuifhv . , .:"f2'-fl5', mi ri'-.9 ' ' 'Z I V QQ Q ' It 'i gffbb' ' ' Anil' 1:25 u -5 M: :fi ' " M51- V 4.2-1:1511 . 1, , ., ,,,5.,X 1 U. 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By playing in the band or singing in the chorus, ei student receives a feeling of accomplishment. Various clubs provide recreation, companionship, and entertainment, while members take part in club projects. Exuberant cheers of spectators, hungry crowds hurrying to the concession stand at half-time, the thrill of the game after long hours of practice, band music, excited cheerleaders, the satisfaction of victory orthe frustration of defeat--all area part of the world of athletics, which helps us to develop the well-rounded personalities necessary for success. , A 1, 65 ul 57"7 :ii " VR? 4, ,. V ,f al - Wifi 2 A+? 'X Thirty-three 1965-1966 Student Council mem- bers--the president of the student body, the presidents of each class, three boys and three girls elected as representatives of each class, plus last year's state convention delegates-- engage in many activities, helping to plan assemblies, operating Rec Room concessions, and sponsoring victory dances, Homecoming and the school. tournament. All members attend the district convention in the fall and elect two boys and two girls from the Junior Class representatives to serve as delegates to the State Student Council Convention and automatic 1966-1967 council members. Being the image of and for SHS students is a privi- lege a c c o mp a ni e d by responsibilities and duties. The last of the year's many council- sponsored activities promoting school spirit is a colorful campaign to elect next year's student body president. Freshman members fat rightjare Duke Everett, Larry Cashon, Suzan Smith, Kay Littleton, Debra Parnell, Jerry Stem, and Randy Lay. OFFICERS Treasurer Vic Ulmer Corresponding Secretary Sissie Williams Sponsor Emma Kate Jackson President Mike Starnes Sponsor Ralph Moser Recording Secretary Doris Albright Vice-President James Dickerson Convention and 4 1 2 X 0,137 " , 9' T1 ' gf ' i2'7V ' , I " API? -44' , E1 ' A ,- Convention-goers share experiences. Decorating committee readies cafeteria for Homecoming dancers Homecoming Spark Fall Council Activities W XQ, -Ji iw in fo 15 SE , 5 'sc fjT? VE Sophomore members are Penny Stone, Carolyn Davis, Gary Lane, Jerry Jackson, Mary Leatherwood, Eddie Purvis, and Mike Henry. 67 .Mg-nf.-If Santa Visits Junior members are Joe Pinnelli, Janie Arendt, Lou Greenway, Jimmy Helm, Linda Hassler, Melvin Spitzenberger, and Robert Justice. 7 ' .V-' f fSi''Qf:'7"Q7'77W7ff'I3 XZELWV F " For having been good, Yvonne Locker decorations add a festive touch to the halls. William Walker receives a gift from Santa. receives first prize for his painting of a. Christmas Scene. 68 - ,. 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Jacket cheerleader float in TSC Homecoming parade At a pre-game pep rally Charles Maguire answers cheerleaders' request Jackets appreciate downtown night for "a word". pep rally. R Mike stops his motor after Ie a di n g pre-game march around the field. To promote spirit, hawkers urge, "Get Cheerleaders prepare Sign for Jacket your balloons now! ' 70 break-through. Go! Fight! Let's Win! A lt e r nate Cheerleaders, Vic Ulmer and Janie Arendt, depict the flapper era in the "History of Cheerleading" assembly. fm-N M w iff? q j. " ay :gy , , i Having waited at the locker-room entrance, cheerleaders usher Jackets onto field. 71 Varsity ootball 1',j!f'.2"-c'...,,, f ft R A.-:W t ' I ,?'if75i6.z... -, L i t wwf ,X f , rye? ff , f ! f az 4 ,,,.-pWji,r7 Head Coach Kenneth Scott. CROW lj William Bates, Nolan Brandt David Hale Ronnie Hampton CROW 25 John Brock, Mike Watkins Eddy Hooker KROW 31 Clifton Wood, John McA1ister. Coach Roberson studies scouting report. Coach Pair splices game film fn-:une pan-4 '1-fn-I f I t l l 72 QRow D Randy Wood, Joe Pinnelli, Rodney Gann, Johnny Collins, David Stafford, David Nix, CROW 25 Gary Chandler, James Bostick, Bobby Cashon, Terrell Dickerson, Robert Justice, Len Cedars, CRow 35 Lindy Walker, Charles Maguire, Dale Brock, Jim Anderson. SHS Opponents 0 Brownwood 33 O Duncanville '7 6 Gatesville '7 20 Dublin 13 30 Diamond Hill 0 20 Brewer 14 0 Mineral Wells 29 38 Azle 22 6 Sam Houston 28 8 Weatherford 49 Managers--Guyron Moring, Craig Heaton, Trainer Mike Henry, Mickey Koonsman, Steve Hill, and Steve Huey--are responsible for getting equipment on the bus . i , , .. may.,-.wzg-vfwzfv ff cm .. - J - . , '2 ' - ff . vw1:-,514-Gnsfaffmf-,.1z, awzj, 1 -I -f.,., ,, y -,'f, H .,,. ,,1,,, , .,, 4 ' 1 .- 1 j" f f , V lf 4, f , f ,--uziifzfqff i , ' ,V ,- V 1 Q G Faeniors Earn Honorable Mention I' Jacket camera pictures pre-game huddle. Wood scores season's first TD James Bostick Senior End 3 Letters Honorable Mention All-District Bobby Cashon Senior Center 3 Letters Honorable Mention All-District 74 Len Cedars Senior Guard 3 Letters Honorable Mention A11-District Co-Captain Wood and Hooker Chosen All-District 'ld' 'x t 3 Hooker and Hale tackle Gatesville ball carrier. Charles Maguire Senior Quarterback 3 Letters Honorable Mention , All-District Terrell Dickerson Senior Tackle -ff 3 Letters 555 Honorable Mention All-District Rodney Gann Senior Halfback If 3 Letters 5 Honorable Mention ' A11-District 5 75 Typical Jacket group studies film after visiting concession Stand Clifton Wood Senior Fullback All-District Co-Captain ""i' l Games . l 4 E 4 Jim Anderson Junior Guard 1 Letter Honorable Mention All-District Gann grinds out yardage against Texans. hr Films . William Bates Junior Tackle 1 Letter Cashon lowers the boom on Eagle ball carrier. ,,-A-ff.-W, .wi Yr? Li ' ' r John Brock Junior End 1 Letter and Nolan Brandt Junior Wingback 1 Letter Skull . Dale Brock Junior End 2 Letters S 77 Honorable Mention All-District Jackets hold evening skull Session in Science Room Dickerson leads Gann around end. Four Juniors Earn Gary Chandler Junior Quarterback 2 Letters ff 'N Johnny Collins Junior Halfback 1 Letter 78 David Hale Junior Wingback 1 Letter Honorable Mention All-District Honorable Mention , Eddy Hooker AI' an Junior Guard 1 Letter All-District ., John McA1ister Junior Tackle 1 Letter Robert Justice Junior Tackle 2 Letters Gann and Chandler move in to make stop! ik! Zdvd David Stafford Junior Fullback 1 Letter 759' 'ffyfff Q v Zv J Z if AA , ,. Joe Pnme111 Z Mike Watkins Junior Guard Junior Guard 2 Letters f 2 Letters Honorable Mention A11-District Clifton and Len amed Captains 4, f ,, W so ws. -in tu.. Randy Wood Clifton Wood grinds out yardage for Jacket offense. Junior Tfmlcicf ' 2 Letters 80 Toodles Receives Sweetheart Honors Ronnie Hampton Sophomore Center 1 Letter Lindy Walker 52,21 uf- Sophomore Fullback V ,.,1 1 Letter " I f V111--11'f'r:-, .,, L ' . ,W -zywf' ' 'f - 41 Lf' 9 " , "'. '4' 5 """'x' " "".. -H ' IZ' ,7 f 5? "'fVQZ",,' 'F?S'f711if52fe7gf 1 ,:'v11:5:'2-2121 714 aa ' f' Jw',f:kfLrw2,v:fffefeire' 1,1 ff l 1 " z:':fff"f'2' 4 ' Ji: 1-hfzvrj' -if A ,pw ' Jzzraxxe.-.4.' -' mfrgfg , f ,wr ,,',2E:av', . . 'iii "fi r Davld Nui , ' - -.,'. A 3 Sophomore End , 1 Letter 81 :Cf 'C'f"!' Gf:,,i,,o ff 52 Football at S H S provides training in funda- H 43 mentals through separate workouts and game A experiencefor all freshmen and upperclass- men who are not eligible for varsity compe- tition. At left, assistant coaches Bill Keeney and Sam Taylor plan aft e r n o o n workout schedule. Winless Jacket Reserves Learn Fundamentals, Prepare for Future. ' S-' , . av. fROW ll ROger Graves, Billy Thomas, Duke Everett, Anthony Garcia, David Gray, Tommy Johnson, Terry Fitz- gerald, Mike Pack, Neal Ulmer, CROW 25 Steve Ditto, Ross Wolfe, Mike Walker, Donnie Joiner, Jerry Stem, Joe Bob Shirey, Kevan Meehan, Randy Lay, fRow 35 David Frey, Larry Cashon, Eddie Garner, David Daniell, Larry Richards, Howard Simmons, and Terry Price. B2 Varsity Scores 1448 Points To Post 13-11 Season Rooord Varsity Basketball Team: Manager Kenny Stafford, Coach Keeney, Manager Mike Henry Qkneelingj, Vic Ulmer, Steve Little, David Waters, Gary Chandler, Jimmy Densmore, Lyndon Hyde, Melvin Spitzenberger, John Brock, Kenneth Jackson, James Bostick and Duane Sparkman. SHS Opponents 61 Weatherford 43 69 Azle 60 39 Brewer 62 60 Sam Houston 62 61 Diamond Hill 79 70 Mineral Wells 89 59 Azle 58 60 Brewer 80 ' 70 sam Houston '12 "' 66 Diamond Hill 68 Captains Lyndon Hyde and Duane Sparkman pose with Coach Keeney. 51 Mineral Wells '70 83 Lyndon Hyde Senior Honorable Mention A11-District 296 points Duane Sparkman Senior 199 points ,M ,mf , ,f , f4,f,4f,1.,p,5 43 4ff Densmore Scores 335 To Lead Teammates Kenneth Jackson Junior 184 points X f 14 5 Wg! f Z9 ' ff ,fzyzfzh ' f 'f . f neee ,4 W ff ' -1? ' ,f ' , 5 Z: 1 , f M? x ff g ff!! ff ,WM ff VU? A! --lv 13 - ' ff' '. 5 QV! f V Melvin Spitzenberger Junior 122 points fy f9'Z".,.-"?75,- ,, faf ' JW' ,4 4 I A: , 014' Xzffff I 45:-::" ' Ky 1? f , g f f 944 1 1 1 f fc f v ,V ,X u ,, , 0 f f f 5 Mvfff, ww f, '- hi fLfw75Jz,.,.1, l'AZ. Jimmy Densmore Honorable Mention A11-District Junior 335 points 84 John Brock Junior 120 points Gary Chandler Junior 111 points Five Junior Lettermen to Return Jackets get tip against Comanche. 85 Hyde, top Jacket re-bounder, goes for another basket. Six Seniors Pla Last Season Steve Little David Waters Senior Senior 22 points 22 points James Bostick Vic Ulmer Senior Senior 12 points 11 points 86 Roundball Hopefuls Gain Experience For Next Yearas Varsity Competition Teammates Larry Cashon fkneelingj, Steve Ditto, Jerry Jackson, David Nix, David Daniell and Danny Watson represent Jackets in B-Team basketball competition. SHS Opponents 19 Mineral Wells 45 3 0 Weatherford 22 65 Azle 42 30 Brewer 3 5 35 Sam Houston 68 25 Diamond Hill 60 46 Mineral Wells 87 4 1 Brewer '78 24 Sam Houston 36 18 Diamond Hill 24 Ulmer shoots again Freshman: CROW lj Marion Ferguson, Dean Robinson, Hank Watson, Mike Cranford, Duke Everett, QROW 25 Coach Roberson, Roger Kelly, Randy Lay, Don Bostick, Larry Richards, and Kenny Henson. Fish Win One of Four S , I, . Cashon tries for two points. At left, he takes a free shot.. 88 Good Coach Bill Keeney fRightD Alternates Ross Wolfe, Jack Elliott, and Kenny Henson add depth to Jacket golfing strength. Jacket varsity golfers Edward Brooks, Nolan Brandt,Danny McGough, and Jimmy Helm con- template fine points of the sport before loading clubs for away-from-home competition. 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Hooker stretch---es to put runner out at first -. ,, ,, , 1 444 "Ulf E Q V INFIEDLDERS OUTFIELDERS fRow 15 Henry, Watkins, Hooker CROW 27 Densmore, 4Row 13 Sexton, Tomlinson, Hale fRow 27 McA1ister, Cozby, Nix Trammell, Moring, Ditto Kennith Griffin Junior Singles Tennis Champion CRigh0 SENIOR SINGLES John Cunyus 2 . ...- V -i wzfkzl .- -f,-3,65 JUNIOR DOUBLES A i 6,5 Kennith Griffin and Brent Simmons - mee, ikikiclifz-zu: A'-'ef i?ef4" 1 CRightj SENIOR DOUBLES ' Ricky Cruz and Bobby Pylant 93 f f , .,f I , Toodles Brown Linda Fisher Cindra Lewallen Senior Senior Junior Forward Forward Forward 3 Letters 1 Letter 2 Letters All-District Southpaw Cindra drives in for a lay-up. Dollie Boase Gloria Hyde Sophomore Sophomore Forward Forward 1 Letter 1 Letter 94 Jean Davis Donna Watson Janie Arendt Senior Senior Junior Guard Guard Guard 1 Letter 1 Letter 1 Letter South Zone Championship Honeybee guards are all up in the air Lou Greenway for 9. rebound. Junior Guard 1 2 Letters i 95 June Perkins Junior Guard 2 Letters A11-District 43- , ,Ly R3 gi , L1 fr N. ,J '- NT, 75 H L. rn' CROW lj Cindra Lewallen, Donna Watson, Janie Arendt, fRow 27 Linda Fisher, Gloria Hyde, Lou Greenway, June ePerkiHs,"jfRow 35 Manager Elaine Laughlin, Jean Davis, Dollie Boase, Toodles Brown, Manager. Melanie Latham. Honeybees Coach Sam Taylor tapes Cindra's fingers before the crucial game with Duncanville . 1 -mg:-,-1 tm. 'wif " ."'sf,fPlff- '5 J? :E:21Q,:s5-,'f'f-+:. bbw: N-51.2.41--iff M1-r.',1 M nw lr-,:, ,vv -,V .1 '-I!I1:k1Q'.,f ePmZw.C'Z-: , ?1:fF:.fPf Post 10-4 Season "Coach, that girl keeps pushing. What can I do?" Toodles wants to know. 96 5, A nh vg ffw ag CRow lj Kay Massingill, Kathy Boucher, Pat Garner, Jane Pack, Vivian Lee, fRow 25 Manager Caro1ynDaVis, Penny Stone, Karen Hendrickson, Lynn Luttrell, Ann Jacks, Manager Karen Keeney. Luttrell Leads Rhonda Derrick, uniform in hand, discusses strategy fo night'S game with Coach Taylor. WB" Honeybees r the Captains Lynn and Pat join visiting captain and referees in center of court for toss ofthe coin and pre-game explanation of court rules. 97 lfiiiinre 'Bees Show Much Promise N e Jxoo,. fRow lj Jo Nell Cooke, Kathleen Slaten, Linda Dickerson, Vicki Powell, Debbie Ballow, Linda White, KROW 25 Marcia Gordon, Hellon Luttrell Diana Thompson, Mary Holder, Pat Myers, Deniese Chandler, Barbara Shipp, Nika McNeill, Cissy Mihan, Tula Lewallen. Debbie Ballow, leading scorer of the Fresh- Mrs. Stanfield points out errors to man 'Bees, chalks up another two points. during a time-out. 98 X ..,. Wfffmyw Sissie Williams, June Perkins Barbara Shipp Doubles " ' ' Singles Tennis and Volleyball Reign as Girls, Spring Sports -W. mm -.M Wm? ,..,, ,,f,.,,,,,.,,,i,,,,,, i,ii M W, ,..l,,,. 0 W W wmww m , WM WW WM Www ' ' ' WM Z 5:1363 ww f -it ' ' 1 41251 . 4 44 19 4-1 af -"-Qf"""' , ax , , 5 yi., DP : 'li , '- 9 , ' 4' 1 f " -' ' ' A' ' f!. 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W ' , ,W X X, ,, fi, 417' fl , 'WW 'ff wifi! , 12721 f 5, ,M f, of, I of, 110 f ,ff gf 7 ' CTop R1ghtJ D1rector J1m Harwell, fRow lj Jerr1 Payne Kathy Hancock, Connle Hatch, Debra Parnell, Nglhvynx Garner Lor1ta Gordon, Anna Oxford, Debb1e Hefton Terry Pr1ce fRow 23 Janeth Glesecke, Azale rjjQeL 2 G1esecke, Johanna Green, Tunmy Thompson, Jacquel1ne Reynolds Brenda Stone Junmy Perry, CR 35 Tony Paul Pendleton, Warren Barnes Doyle Hooks Roy Green Carolyn Perry, Hazel Ref, nolds Connee BoshierfChery1 Y o ' Nf52',,j:, 3 3' ' , 9 I rw Drum Major Terry Prlce Drum Major and Majorette try-outs are open to aspiringJacket Band members each spring. On the basis of twirling ability, musical ability, and co-operation in all activities, out-of-town judges determine contestants' qualifications and name the winners with DirectorJim Harwe1l's approv- al. Encouraged by the able direction and planning of Mr. Harwell, these chosen leaders of the band accept the responsibility and hard work neces- sarytoasuccessful year. In recognition of their competitive p e r f o r m a n c e ,the SHS Marching Band, under the field direction of Drum Major Terry Price, earns a I--the greatly sought-after UIL rating--at Brady. Mary Jo Chandler 1571 ts 1 - " "':-:':f15'?i:5::3ZE':' 'L 1-:Q 31 45445-f35T?"7f'5I'1 Connie Cragwall r fwma, V... wwwmw f. 'ESQZP az, TTT' .L 52" Lynda Green ,tii t 1 IO7 fiiftt 4, , f. M 4 ll W Head Majorette Carolyn Davis Kay Littleton N ' 5, Xavg ll, awrfwv -v , 2' :V , I, ,g , WV-WW? Y aeziff gfifaff f eff gg vf - .T,,. .- . -ijt- MAmwf-r - viii ., f E 21-' Q V -,?,,pf,ss11r:fzf24 , , f y, m:ffLf4- 2 , ., 411, "'- AN K- if'---Q I ,I - .fs I f-L':-- f , ' "foggy as x Regional Contest at Brownwood fOpposite Pagej Flutes: Connie Cragwall, Johanna Green, Janeth Giesecke, Mary Jo Chandler, Carolyn Davis, Kay Littleton, Debra Parnell, J ac quelin e Reynolds, Lorita Gordon. Trumpets and Cornets: Jeanette Alsup, Mike Bills, Mike Cedars, Azalea Walker, Bruce McNellie, David Self, David Sexton, Richard Leeth, Tony Price. Baritones and Trombonesz C rroll Brown, Gary McCleskey, Len Johnson, ony ue eter Grant, Doyle Hooks, Paul Pendleton. French Horns,Oboe, String Bass, and Bassoon: Gary Blas ingame, Janie Harwell, Warren Barnes, Terry Price, Con nee Doshier. Saxophones: John McAlister, Joan Miller, Cheryl Pittman, Lynda Green, Jimmy Chew, Timmy Thompson, Stanley Mayfield. ,11--f 109 Enjoying One of Its Best Years, Basses: Jimmy Perry, Jerry Carpenter, Bill Sher- rard, William Walker. Percussion: Carolyn Perry, Debbie Hefton, Thomas Cole, Rickey Crow, James Voss, Mike Starnes, David Huffman, Mike Riggs. Clarinets: Nellwyn Garner, Marilyn McAlister, Jerri Payne, Connie Hatch, Helen Giesecke, Geraldine Wal- ker, Gwendolyn Clark, Annalynn Skipper, Kathy Han- cock, Brenda Stone, Anna Oxford, Hazel Reynolds. IIO SHS Band ames Helen Sweetheart Band Council members Cat rightj, Carolyn, Andrea,Janie,Jacqueline, Mr. Harwell, Ric- key, Terry, Mike C., Gary, David, Warren, and Mike S., pose for Jacket camera. At half-time, Band President Mike Starnes and Drum Major Terry Price present the 1966 Jacket Band Sweetheart Helen Giesecke with a bouquet of red roses. jgij ..r,.N,.,---'-.-Y--- -AMW BAND COUNCIL President Mike Starnes Vice-President David Self Secretary Jacqueline Reynolds Treasurer Andrea Burgess Reporter Warren Barnes Drum Major Terry Price Assistant Drum Major Janie Harwell Quartermasters Rickey Crow Gary Blasingame Freshman Representative Mike Cedars Head Majorette Carolyn Davis 1 Early Mornin Practice Brings Man Trophies The Blue Band receives acclaim as Lions Fun-d Night guest performers. f"'1w'.7 l 'f 1 , 1251 " '15, I . F7 ' ' ' , - 1 ' ' . xx ff '-Y I 'QT 5 gl Beammg Anthony beats those drums! Talented Price brothers, Tony and Terry, make Concert performances . . . muslc together' mn ,... ..4 FJZEQIIY "few 'lie' Il , L w V f ry. A Q .........i.. . ippp iiii i ppiipippi , , . .. , A .A .r . v...,, , if F." .ISL nr 4 Morning practice X0 592 Pirawgzigipp . Pep Raiiies Marching . Day and night pep rallies . . . il Result in "the big payoff." 113 Mrs. Ferguson and Her Assistants I in CCounterclockwiseD Joyce Hope, Linda Anderson, Melinda Holder Mrs. Cleo Ferguson, Sponsor Morris Couch, Martha Landes Pat Myers, Lowell Hanson, Linda Fisher Patty Davis, Sandra Crow, Sheila Lohrmann H4 Enrich Cultural Atmosphere of SHS 3 lug E-' 511.1 REI fC1OCkW1S6D Warren Barnes Lynn Luttrell Karen Ware Peggy Wyly Sherr1e Day Sharon Kmpstem Margaret Schrlmsher Alese Futch Elarne Laughhn Dav1d Yates Mlchael Bennett Connee Doshier Janice Wesson Ann Couch ' 5 , f A , ,ww ,4,,..N H5 M elle! A mam , Installation . . . Quaestores Veritates Sweetheart Patty Davis receives Q. V. gift from Warren Barnes in a Wednesday assembly. ff 555, .',gm, I ., V. T1 Sziiiwiz .mm 'fit iw 5 . 1' g e, Mf.aefmst2f.i"1 Helping a needy family . . Decorating the Christmas tree Welcoming student teachers . . , ational Honor Mrs . Myrtle Deavenport Sponsor Larry Lane President Society I A. ,- f -f ..v" '- , 1'r-- , . ,' ,ygmfgl ,711 -. A 1' I " -41 ,gfQQAf' J A .7 Donna Watson Secretary Duane Sparkrnan Vice- President ' ,gf af.-' 2 1:7 , ' 7522! f"i "D f :V wi f-l ' 7 H J ' '35 . -Q"" frzgfggf 1:2 J, f 1' -- 1. 4-UP -gzmigi. 211' it . . 11.591515 ,.f ' 1' '32, 'Q 1'?f'1':21- 2525 "' - f .f ,..f., ., . .213 X L4 ,. , . , . LW I 3' M322 4fsf,13f,aG.,,15,iQ.,., lwzrzrwv- :Q-:Mc-was v 1142.191 ,Q 444:.9,ya14,z:-:M 1 vgxnmfj .VV- A -. f Sandra. Larner Reporter Mary Park Treasurer Doris Albright Parliamentarian Mary Burns Bobby Cashon Charles Maguire Vic Ulmer 1 I7 Steve Little 1' . 1 Egg., fp: .zi f,.f-,:g,',,gf ,,.,,:,:f-, Marilyn Williams Z 5 U4 .--ff-I.:-3-:f,. - iw! ., ' J iz A QA? f 1 ,Z g IE , fin 'TI f M4 4:5 rjg:-3543, ,353 W T' 4 jw. : fu We -' f W 1, , X Z 'Z f W f J 5 47 4' 1 1 ' ' W-Ms? 'Y 4 y Zfif 9 W7 44 I4 4 iff 5 Z9 f , M 5 1 f ...X N . 4 - 4 ...4..a.a.s..x e.N:...N... , 1' 1 5- f,.-: Larry Lane receives NHS Citizen of the Year Award. c Membe 1112" WA f f T 'ill ,af ff X71 Warren Barnes 4, -- -: ',:,7:,1f, 1: 'KN 'fh-114, gp- V :11A,7:wg:f,:g MM, ,HO MW, 1 X ' ff? ff , ff ff 1,,Q,f""4',w 4' 'Q As1f4": zv4zsvv-::ef' Len Cedars ,,.,..-:ff-gh ,, 2 , 3 , f I ff f f f , f 1,7 -1."lJ" I, f ' ffbffxlfifp " J 'ia' gg , 5 2 ff n '- f GW f :fra , 2 I ' f"' . ' Zf , ff:2:f,2 Af' , J' Q f e,..f. 7 J few 9 To show appreciation for their teachers, NHS members vote Mr. Hailey recipient of a one-year NEA member- ship. rship : Scholarship Judy Clark James Dickerson is A , ..1, if w 7 x ff A Marilyn Miller Sharon Knipstein Judy Smith Honey Palmer Transfer J I N A ff' f Sue Bluethman Billie Bray Judy Cleveland 1 1' F OM f , A4 f ff Q, ,,,, 1 .jw , ? 4 f fix 4 I' ff " llfff fihf f GLM-LQ, ff, 'fri Wfffmh. .'-wwxslf. ' ' Joyce Douglas Alese Futch Mary Green Leadership Service + Character Lou Greenway Robert Justice John McAliSter Paul Pendleton ff! ff ff 1 W jf!! I f , if w I lf! My P 5 f ff lg 7 5, fog? 135,33 My 'weQ-fwfw--'. J f Xlf' ,' ,VA ,-f' JL11'le,,.P6I'kil1S Suzan Price Carol Rhoades Melvin Spitzenberger C 119 Distributive Education Club DECA SWEETHEART J ucly Laughlin Representing DECA members,David Self reveals Judy Laughlin as club sweetheart and presents her the traditional gift. Whmlwlf KW X Www A Finis Lowe A8zP Food Store Carroll Brown Brown Hardware """' -1. " " """ ' ' ' M'7792'f'72gZ.,,al mfg - fffiww Wanda Keeney Sergeant-at-Arms Mae Ann Ramer Treasurer Ben Frank1in's Lynn Riley Brown 8: Pearcy ff . W, . 'iii - 1 N- " 'W'-il , X 'lm' ,fi 8 " if I as 3 1 S. GRAHAM Don Burns Reporter Dairyland Leland Anderson Dingler's Shell Station 1 75 Sandra Crow Couch Realty X? Charles Stephens Golightly Implement I 1 4, ' L , 4 ...N 'v ery! 1 71 4 F14 X xi ff ff, x to - 4 " 5 , ' , 5 ' , . 1 fiZ7'l1-1'-"'E'1-1 1 'g , I' . .' . G Karol Martin Majestic Theatre Judy Clark Judy Laughlin Linda Walker Perry Brothers Donnie Smith Loutherbaclds Grocery Do nald Wooley Morton's Foods Distributor ,I gwfss ,.,.N,, 123 1- .. z'7' fa f - pw .. I 1,4-V ...V - - ,X ..,, .,,.,,,,.f1 I .. . . m qv. 3':fL 'P' ,,,.,, 'ff if -i - "M-'F:f?y.. . fo. fi 522- ' --W f f umm E 9 if M K 3' WW' L , ' 'T' ,,:-1' i 1 f 'ff'f'4'5 rf' ' f 'Sz 1 I ,,., , 'f 4,4 X:"!,71?'l7-'Tfli!::l:i!ii:n . N dl 'GN' gui ,I 4' A ,ggi ,.,, 5,155 -Vg, I:-J! 'i Q53 f :'.-f.,w1!s!11Iwi!!!-,fulfil 5 I If ' , ' ln: :--v-JUN. f.. H 5 - ' 1vf'f::f':1f:::''s:1sff2':s'- 1 1'-a"::::: 'r -555 15: 5 1, ,QV ' ' K 'AI -Q I' l if f il, ,, 2 is w 9 gf Y . X 1 ,wg- ... E 1 y - Q- W , K ' I , '::f,w.": 1, :. yn: -ff' - -7 .-f,. , , xr :vii A X ': H1 :x X' f E ' x . X Flx 'Zi M W Q ' M Q2 HM: g1:,Y!,,.f1!,il1 W, mf':'ffI' I' ,f'f'.1U if l' '. x W . ' Wx 9 , 1. '1-if y -N M. A.,-,W ,mv f! 'V "IT 1 f ' if ., .5 ,' .Q i or go '1--'JIU J Q" E , ? , , ,yr t""4tx,Q- .W off, , L we 1 N. 1 Sandra Richardson Richardson 81 Keeling Shoe Store Doyle Hooks Robertson's 7- 11 I 'H x X w . YY., X , n Y, V1.6 Y' 1 fi ,Y PM CE1P9PP.6f1f R 4'E5Qrkin?ofS6eS6i'yyy -, X xxx--I David Self Bunkin Stone Piggly Wiggly me ' BULLS P' 'Y 7 Pam Tomlinson Slaughter's Drug Store Carolyn Moore Secretary Smith's Cleaners Joe Bob Holcomb Safeway Food Store Billy Bas ke-tt President Sears, Roebuck 81 Co J. M. Little Vice-President Tarver'S Conoco Station Kay Elliot Ronald Peacock Chaplain Tejas Bowling Alley Kenneth Stone Stone's Food Store Jimmy Hendrickson Melvin Tubbs Teague's 7-11 X607 5' x..f Tommy Gore Tidwell Appliances Tom Wyatt Wolfe's Nursery r +29 rj Q , f 1 'J5' . 4 , ' L X bf 7 5" ' x' f 3 t , .32 1 ygfwgfr " J 542593 :iLQ,'rfi.tf-J uf u L ww-... ,ye f,-., M4wa 1.9v1J, ,V ,:.- - -' , 0 Q 7 qw, , K A f Cheryl Phillips Town Shoppe 'M Marilyn Miller and Elyson Taylor, second semester Distributive Education students, confer with D. E. Co- Ordinator, Mr. John Hefton. 127 Muchas Chaquetas Asisten X 3 X J H v 5 Z Jerking Bob . . . Too difficult for John . . . Tim, at ease . . . Spanish I Members: CROW lj Alice Boren, Jimmy Perry, David Huffman, Warren Russell, Barbara Williams, Debbie Hefton,John Pigott, fRow 25 Hazel Reynolds, Marilyn McAliSter, Suzan Smith, Mary Brown, Judi Houston, Bob Scott, Suzan Price, Len Johnson, CROW 33 Bruce McNellie, Bryan Ganske, Dean Robinson, Karen Dunn, Tinker Piper, Judy Brandon, Sherrie Day, Andrea Burgess, Timmy Thompson. 128 a la Fiesta de Navidad Any advice, Kathy? An empty pifiata. Spanish II Members CROW lj Teresa McCollum Donna Ramer Kathleen Slaten Jill Watson fRow 25 Lorita Gordon Janice Berry AnnfSt-rawhorn J une Perkinsxg 7i?,,-,,,,.,2 KROW 3, Gary Lane Sandra Brock Joyce Douglas Carol Rhoades John Cunyus 129 Fiestas de Primavera Slide! Big Feet! 1 Enough for all! ! Seven Seniors earn PASF awards. Other Members: CROW 15 Ann Walls, Doris Albright, Duane Sparkman, Judy Cleveland, Sharon Stewart, Marcia Edgar, Sara McMahan, CROW 23 Sue Bluethman, Sandra Larner, Bill Irwin, Melvin Tubbs, Dianne Porter, Melanie Latham, David Yates, fRow 31 Melvin Spitzenberger, John McA1ister, Alan Johnson, Richard Leeth, Peter Grant, Jerry Jackson, Joe Pinnelli. 130 Social Studies Club Members Discuss Activities of Today's World 'J f,-.gg to 1 ' ! QRDW lj Kathleen Slaten, Melanie Latham, fRow 25 Timmy Thompson, Melvin Spitzenberger, Sue Bluethman, Duane Sparkman, Warren Barnes, Judy Cleveland, fRow 35 Alan Johnson, Peter Grant, David Huffman, John Cunyus, Bruce McNellie, Richard Leeth. A search party drags Treasurer John McA1is- ter away from Martha just in time for this Benjie takes notes for future Officers' Picture- Club president Tony Price calls reference at Social Studies Club , ,, ,,,,,,f,, V H the meetin to order . . . more luncheon. I 3 f 1,5 or less. '4 I -WA,,W,,,, ..ff- --f- - -Q-1-A f A I f ,mfr A -f yn., f,1'f, ', 1 -1 f f , faxckw ff ' ' f 4 V 5 ygfgykg 23,7 f . , , , 1 T - fa r r rry'v, r ' trlv ' 5' ' "ff 4!,ff'vf,'W,:.f, ,,f, "" ' . ' ' ' 131 f 1, iffy? K 63512-2 A . :':'+?f?f ' I 01 ,ln---0. OFFICERS Sgt.-at-Arms B111 Irwin Vice-President Duane Sparkman Treasurer James Dickerson President Larry Lane Sponsor J. Fred Crabtree Parliamentarian Charles Maguire Secretary Mary Park Sgt.-at-Arms Vic Ulmer Math Club W, 0 f i V I32 F RE S H MA N AND SOPHOMORE MEMBERS CROW 15 Warren Russell, Suzan Smith, Barbara Williams, John Pigott, David Huffman, CRow 25 Peggy Daniel, Judi Houston, Karen Dunn, McCleskey, CROW 35 David Nix, McNellie, Gary Lane, Steve Donnell Gaines, Mike Ce- Proves Logic Comes From Reasoning COpposite Page5 SENIOR MEMBERS CRow 15 Sheryl Williams, Duane Sparkman, Mary Park, Steve Little, Sponsor J. Fred Crabtree, CROW 25 James Dickerson, Bill Irwin, Herman Daniel, Warren Barnes, Larry Lane, CRoW 35 Donald Cranford, Terry Williams, Lyndon Hyde, Charles Maguire, Bobby Cashon, Len Cedars. JUNIOR MEMBERS CRow 15 Andrea Burgess, Lorita Gor- don, Sherrie Day, Danny Wat- son, CROW 25 Judy Cleveland, Sue Bluethman, Ann Straw- horn, David Yates, Paul Pen- dleton, CROW 35 Gary Blasin- game,John McAlister, Robert Justice, Ricky Cruz, Richard Leeth, Peter Grant. Math Club combines food and fun with learning. E OFFICERS I 'ffhf Vice-President James Dickerson wg, Treasurer Rodney Gann Secretary Linda Hassler Sgt.-at-Arms Joe Pinnelli President Tony Price 4 "' sponsor Bill Hailey Reporter Charles Maguire Sgt.-at-Arms Mike Starnes Juniors Surpass All Other Classes JUNIOR MEMBERS CROW lj Melvin Spitzenberger, Louise Ratliff, Jackie Reynolds, Linda Hassler, Janie Arendt, June Perkins, Karen Ware, Sheila Lohrmann, Shirley Howard, QROW 27 Alan Johnson, Peter Grant, Sue Bluethman, Cindra Lewallen, Billie Bray, Pat Garner, Nancy Glasgow, Donna Chaney, Barbara Pendleton, Martha Landes, QROW 31 David Stafford, Eddy Hooker, Joe Pinnelli, Brenda Stone, Rhonda Derrick, Dale Brock, Mike Watkins, Gary Chandler, Suzan Price, Lynn Luttrell, Alese Futch. 134 SENIOR MEMBERS CRoW ll Marilyn Williams, Ann Walls, Doris Albright, Janet Evans, Marcia Edgar, CROW 25 Sara McMahan, Sandra Richardson, 4,-3, Vic Ulmer, Kathy Wofford, Duane , N Sparkman, James Dickerson, Tony Price, CROW 35 Mary Park, Mary Burns, Judy Laughlin, Herman Dan- iel, Donald Cranford, Melanie Lath- ,Q 'Cf 'X 5242, am, Dianne Porter, Rodney Gann, , CROW 4j Melvin Tubbs, Bunkin Stone, , A , Terrell Dickerson, Charles Ma- A guire, Len Cedars, Bill Irwin, Mike f Starnes . 'YQQK7 aff! ., 'X 1 - 1 'nl' 'Jai 1 3:22 , n r X , , ',c9lm.4.2mL.41J A In Science Club Membership JUNIOR MEMBERS CROW lj Parnell Hord, Jerry Cozby, Richard Leeth, Brenda Burns, Terry Price, Jill Watson, Anna Oxford, Jimmy Helm, CRoW 25 William Bates, Di-Ann Gunn, Karan Meehan, Darla Smith, Judy Cleveland, Judy Brandon, Ann Strawhorn, Andrea Burgess, Elaine Laughlin, CROW BJ Robert Justice, Jim Anderson, David Hale, John McAlister, Ricky Cruz, Danny Watson, Paul Pendleton, Sherrie Day, Freddia Trammell, Carol Rhoades, Robert Richards. 135 Congenial Haileys Stimulate SOPHOMORE MEMBERS QROW lb Sandra Brock, Phyllis Doweil, Joyce Parham, Lou Hammett, Rita Mayo, Cathy Rarnpley, Penny Thompson, Martha Deaver, Joyce Croft, Judy Huckabee, CROW 21 Jerry Jackson, Judy Kennedy, Molly Wofford, Tinker Piper, Sue Cranford, Beth Ann Black, Janeth Giesecke, Charlotte Hooks, Pam Cavitt, Carol Trew, CROW 33 Ronnie Hampton, Pam Reynolds, Karen Keeney, Nancy McCarrol1, Bruce McNel1ie, Terry Bryan, Sandra Bills, Doilie Boase, Shally Cruz, Debi Lucas, Azalea Walker. 136 Fiddlin' around . . . Food . . . Fun . . . Inquisitive, Scientific, CD Minds FRESHMAN MEMBERS CRJOW lj Joan Miller, Deniese Chandler, Marcia Gordon, Kay Littleton, Jo Nell Cooke, Linda ' e, Linda Dickerson, fRow 25 Mike Riggs, Mike Cedars, Cissy McMahan, Gwen Clark, Alta Keeney, Pat 1 RcLwf3D David Danieil, Kevan Meehan, Tula Lewallen, Nika McNeill, Mary Holder, Mr. B111 Hailey, Sponsor. 137 FTA'ers Conduct City-Wide INSTALLATION . . . Candlelight ceremony Members' pledge Refreshments for all President Marilyn Miller Cleftl presides at one of many lun- cheon meetings. To earn points for going to the state convention, Jill Watson supervises a study hall for girls. Q J I 2 X ,ff 252151 . r M5511 4,1 I Q 90 1 ry , , 4 , 1 ffi ff, 1,5 in w 4 f Q I ,. 4 4 fl K I f 040' ff 4 AZ" f V 22' f " r, " V, Z-, if 'g',:..',f,'ff'Zffi7f. - gf e " 1 fi, yr 6 af- 'QV43-31' f 5 w ff 1 puff, M' nf, I . - - . I, f ff" i n ' u f f . wir'-J ,LQ 5 , f. ,, X i - n f i 1 'mgnunfa f ff f Aa 1 4 9 Pavel' 2 vain?" Manual' , .9 VF! Ffa'-V-1 V- ' we M, sig P . exe 138 Adult Education Survey Fifty members of the J. Thomas Davis Chap- ter of Future Teachers of America under the sponsorship of Miss Gwen Williams attend regular meetings on the local level. Many go to the district convention while only those energetic enough to earn the necessary points ,t.,. A,.,.. are privileged to attend the state convention. Officers for the year are President Marilyn Miller, Vice-President David Self, Secretary Ann Oxford, Treasurer Andrea Burgess, His- torian Janie Harwell, and Reporter David Yates . Hoping to increase Stephenville's edu- cational opportunities, members conduct a city-wide, house-to-house adult education survey as a club project. Members meet at school to start a house-to-house survey, -mga-w ' CROW lj Sharon Stewart, Marilyn Miller, Shirley Howard, Anna Oxford, Andrea Burgess, Lorita Gordon, CROW 2j Debi Lucas,Johanna Green, Judi Houston, Vivian Lee, Janice Berry, Jill Watson, Annalynn Skipper, CROW 35 Sandra Chew, Billie Bray, Freddia Trammell, Ann Strawhorn, Nellwyn Garner, Barbara Shipp, Sheri Jones, Kathy Hancock, CROW 41 Gary McCleskey, Karen Dunn, C9!I-'g1i6.fC1'2lg'W3.i1, David Huffman, Suzan Price, Jan Bramblett, Peggy Alexander, CROW 53 David Frey, Steve laittle, David Yates, David Daniell, Len Cedars, Bill Irwin, David Self. 139 6 mfg! fig? f FFA Members, Advisers Prepare f 1 ' ' 4 .12, v 1 ,1 4 :sn T ' ' F74 ' 4 0 , :nf 1 ' , ,, ,f rf? ,J y , ., b ' 4 'X 1 5. 51:-fri: , -'-- 1 C62 ' ' 'ff' X, f M ' A TEf'..fi'15fff?:L????:S5' 2 , :2lf1?:353l:r.,,g!.g' :WE 2 , ::::.,,5 , ,ali ..., ,,Z,,JEf1'wvil ,V vy vip AG IV MEMBERS fRow lj Jimmy Hendrickson Tommy Gore fRow 2j George Miller Sam Bays Royce Carpenter Terrell Dickerson Roy Green -.K if: 9' ,fm .fa f , L I 'rv 4.,.,, , fungi. f M For Shows, Sales, and Contests AG III MEMBERS CROW lj Charles Graham Jim Anderson Don Cranford Darrell Robinson Gary Gilly CROW 25 David Sexton Jerry Cozby Parnell Hord John Denton Robert Richards John Brock Nolan Brandt Dale Brock COpposite Pagej Preparing for the FFA local show, Ag boys are seen trimming a caLf's feet. The whole class joins in. Robert Richards assists Mike Turley in grooming his cali. Mr. Stephens helps Tommy Love prepare his Hereford for judging. Jim Anderson's Hereford is being judged. Jimmy Jackson shows his Reserve Champion Angusg Jim Ramer, his Grand Champion. At the close of his final Monday morning SHS Faculty meeting, Mr. Ralph Moser fbelowj complies with Jacket cameraman's request to pose with Mr. Rex Stephens and Mr. Aaron Henslee, who replaces Mr. Moser as Ag teacher and FFA adviser. t . r + , -uk' J, .1 1,-I U W Fourth Period Ag II classmates--Anthony Smithey, Bill Sherrard, Mack Phipps, Gary Turney, and Bruce Morton--learn oxyacetylene welding. W ' ' .' wf7"Mf'Q' ff, .- , I 7 . v. ,.f .,: Q22 ,. efszzfa, 1: fm Q 41' 5 if ,ei K J ffffz. f, , Future Farmers of America ,,,.ff, f W Mr. Rex Stephens, Lone Star Farmer candi- dates Robert Richards and Jim Anderson, and Mr. Aaron Henslee look up from tedious checking of records as the Jacket camera clicks. Johnny Hollingsworth, Jerry Carpenter, Clifton Wood, Mark Synder, and Ed Brooks--also members of Fourth Period Ag II--practice arc welding. First Period Ag Il CROW lj Larry Lightfoot Jim Ramer Clarence Day Mike Turley Bill Trammell CROW 23 Joe Dameron Stanley Byrd Randy Golightly Randy Whitman Dewayne Stephens Eddie Purvis Garry Lightfoot 142 Sixth Period Ag I CROW 11 Billy Dowell Larry Driver Ronnie McKinney Waylon Scott CROW 21 Dewayne Jackson Tommy Stover Lonnie Owens David Crank Teddy Hale Third Period Ag I I CROW 15 Garland Knipstein Mike Pack Duke Everett Bruce Buchanan Neal Ulmer KROW 21 David Gray Jim Kerr Randy Lay Gary Fulks Larry Richards R. E. Daniels OFFICERS President Sam Bays Sweetheart Linda Hassler Vice-President Clifton Wood Treasurer Darrell Robinson Secretary Dale Brock Parliamentarian Robert Richards Sentinel John Brock Second Vice-President Don Cranford Reporter Jim Anderson 4-B 'Wt 143 1, areia dgar Wins Betty Crocker Mrs. Greenway's first period Homemaking III girls-- Janice Wesson, Bonnie Wood, Patty Davis, Alese .A AEQBBKQ., Futch, Dianne Porter, and Betty es--learn the art of mixing ingredients properly I Mg' V on V, 1" I r 1 5 Inviting Fish prospects to join the work and fun, FHA officers host "come as you are" breakfast. Members of Mrs. Davis' Homemaking II class are CROW lb Karol Martin, Frances Ferguson, Mary Burns, Elaine Laughlin, CROW 25 Janeth Giesecke, Lynn Lut- , trell, and Ann Jacks. , .....,..,.,,,,wf.vya4W4M V W w , ,Aw ,Ml R "'-f --f-,. s as k J ,.,, ,5,1'X'i-xg, I Enix., Homemaking I students--Connie Hatch, Pat Mast, Kay Littleton, Melinda Holder, Patsy Overman, Hazel Reynolds, Alta Keeney, Tulu Lownllen, Barbara Shipp, Deniese Chandler, Marcia Gordon, Linda Stephens, Dolores Jackson, Linda Laney--and Mrs. Grc-oiiway search in books and magazines for project illustrations. 144 Homemaker of Tomorrow Contest 'uf 5130 " fi "jf jj- L, Second period Homemaking IH classmates Crightb-- LU ' E Na' ' VU' Marilyn Miller, Sheila Lohrmann, Donna Ramer, and A I Freddia Trammell--evaluate Louise Ratliff's and 3 'Z' "" hp ts ,W f Marcia Edgar's projec . 7 ' 1 4LZ'f'e",,2 . ' ' -' uv:'f'fff', F' ., AJ: ff, isqhf V9 'Inf V ,, f , if ' 'ff W we A , 1 X' , A 4 1 1 ,, I io V fl ,I fw l 2 f f " ffl' f if ?v I - ra Summer orientation program acquaints prospective FHA memberswith fun of sewing. Joyce Croft, Karen Keeney, Dollie Boase, Teresa Mc- Collum, and fstandingj Johanna Green and Vivian Lee are members of fourth-period Homemaking H. Mrs. McAlister demonstrates cake decorating to Mrs. Davis' fourth-period class--Peggy Alexander, Jo Nell Cooke LindaDickerson, Marilyn McAlister, Jerri Payne, Ann Couch, Linda Daniels, Vicki Powell, Jane Pack, Gwen Clark Judi Houston, Mrs. Davis, Glenda Slay, Sandra Decker, Sharon Patterson, and Anita Boutcher. 145 Qnrrsrmas Season Brmgs Talents to Light F H A members 1n flfth per1od Homemalung I Carolyn Carr Jan Bramblett, Frances H111 Hellon Luttrell, Nelda Pendleton Debra DIXOD, Shen Jones, Llnda Wlute, Annalynn Sklpper Nellwyn Garner, Jean Douglas, Jacquie Goree, Homemaking II Period 5 KRow lj Judy Wyly Cherry Overman Sharon Stewart Paula Sparkman CROW 23 Geraldine Walker Azalea Walker Karen Ware Sandy Bills Donna Frakes Jan Jacks Pam Cavitt Linda Anderson New members are initiated in a formal ceremony. Future Homemakers of America At right,busy FHA officers are seen at a planning meeting. Other Summer activities include Selling footballprogram ads, but there's always time for a little fun. E ,f,4m.iLf1f'f?-LQ,..,,,, 6 I ,,.v-f,,f- f ' FHA officers--CROW lj Linda Hassler, Alese Futch, Lou Greenway, Marilyn Miller, Carolyn Davis, CRow 21 Melanie Latham, Kathy Boucher, Pam Cavitt, Ann Strawhorn, Janice Berry, Johann Stewart--smile for the Jacket camera. 'WE . I x v 0 4 ,'W-'H '-I a Green, and Sharon , V . C ,f I wi ',-:. VA- A- , ' as 3 I . ! 5 -- ':.v QQ vs f494"f'41fa.1, - , u .uv I f ? 2 ... , J , ,H ff x V' iinv fifQilnpgntiiers Pub1ieiZe,FHA Week 1 07"-up , HN, wma Other F H A members not in Homemaking classes are Misses CRoW 15 Reynolds, Dove, Cranford, McMahan, Albright, Arendt, Pendleton, CROW 25 P. Stone, Strawhorn, Oakes, Schrimsher, Evans, Bray, Leatherwood, Gunn, CROW 35 Crow, Ramer, Laughlin, Berry, B. Stone, Chandler, Boucher, CROW 45 Knipstein, Rhoades, Greenway, Latham, Lewal- len, Davis, CRoW 55 Folley, Walker, Perkins, Douglas, Chaney, Cragwall. Ztffnt, , 5295 1' 3: ' Activities for FHA Week include serving faculty donuts and coffee, giving the assembly program, and presenting teachers red roses. 148 ,-. .,. W . ,no I Chorus Ends Year on High Note ,,,,,,.,...........i- .Y,, -,'vv, k i,-W,-ff fm-,Q ,fm ..,.,,.,,....f., H. 4---Af .Y..,,.,.w,.-- -f-' lf'--"' Q 'fn vf 1' ,, Af..v,,....,,,, , WWA ' , if ,-ff CROW ll Brenda Johnson, Kathleen Slaten, Geraldine Walker, Joyce Hope, Janice Berry, Judy Smith, Jeanette Alsup, KROW 25 Cathy Melton, Marjie Jokel, Helen Giesecke, Diana Thompson, Jo Nell Bailey, Azalea Walker, Darla Smith, Linda Clemmer, CROW 35 William Walker, Karen Ware, Steve Ditto, Floyd Rush, Terry Price, Rita Mayo, Anthony Patterson. 149 Many Join New Biology u R il CRow lj Stafford, Turley, Kevan Meehan, M. Cedars, Riggs, L. Richards, Henson, Wolfe, Currier, fRow 25 c Gordon, T. Lewallen, Miller, Parham, Williams, Boase, Thompson, A. Walker, QRQW 35 Patterson, Dowell, Stewart, Hammett, Reynolds, Kennedy, Keeney, Lucas, Cruz, L. Dickerson, Holder, Giesecke, Mr. Williams, fRow 41 Dean Robinson, Koonsman, Moore, Graves, Mayo, Chandler, Massingill, Carr, Dunn, Leatherwood, Bills, Watson, Karan Meehan, fRow 55 Phipps, Carpenter, Daniel, Darrell Robinson, Irwin, J. Dickerson, Burns, Hendrickson, Strawhorn, Boucher, Rampley, S. Brock, fRow 63 Brannon, L. Walker, Hampton, R. Richards, L. Cedars, Hale, D. Brock, Wood, T. Dickerson, Whitman, Helm, Henry, McNeill, C. Lewallen. With Mr. Dean Williams, first-year biology in- structor, as advisor, many SHS students, inter- ested in biology, organize a new club. James Dickerson, Clifton Wood, Mary Ann Leather- wood, Nolan Brandt and Carolyn Carr are elected to serve as president, vice-president, and sec- retary, treasurer, and reporter respectively. Several meetings are held during the year. At a luncheon meeting members hear guest speaker Sheryl Williams entertainingly discuss her hobby --making plastic molds of fish. Culminating the year's activities is a fun-for-all wiener roast at the park. 150 ie G. Stephens Sponsors VIC, Newest Club at SHS Representing VIC members, Wesley Reagan reveals Karan Meehan as the VIC Sweetheart and presents her with h t d Ig ft VIC Sweetheart Karan Meehan I YWQ lntroduces Future Occupations -f-ff VIC Co-Ordinator Willie G. Stephens Margaret Wilson - Sunset Rest Home A-,L fl any? W W '.,,,,,l ' Jimmy Norris - Quality Glass 8: Body Shop Patye Moss - Sunset Rest Home Billy Tomlinson - Mil1er's Cleaners Larry Wall - Davidson Welding 81 Auto . 'HX N .Z ' 'QR igiiqggi- H , , 'L Jus: fffwf r I . , -. 152 Through Industrial Training, x ii First Semester Officers Vonder Burkhart - Jones Body Shop Johnny Bell - Cashon's Radio Sz T.V. David Sexton - Walker's Used Parts VIC "Spirit" sign Duane Sparkman - Sparkman's Trim Shop 153 a Sense of Responsibilit , 14 1 ff Q Z? 4 ,S Q , 4 9 S3 3 25 7 4 E511 l M5 . S an Second Semester Officers Gordon Luttrell - Jake Brock's Repair Shop Wesley Reagan - Allied Body gl Frame Dawna Howell - Pair Pharmacy v-"Fwy A S' ' '-3-fi if I 5 'ii V 'W . , S V+- . Connee Doshier - Stephenville Hospital Karan Meehan - Dr. Swan Richardson 154 Offering Useful Job Experience Coy Oakes - White Motor Co. Gary Montgomery - Gifford'S Radio 81 T.V. Linda Dowell - Stephenville Steam Laundry George Miller - Calvin Miller Dairy e 1 a'aa-e'aa who ..v, - fy "'7y,'14-vff. .- J 3 -,245,,,.',,,,,1,,,,,,,,. ,WIA A 4,14 - I , ,, 3,,,' k,,,f,.,L:-1 ,2 I 1 John Belcher - Be1CheI"S Humble Royce Carpenter - Norman Carpenter Const. 155 :,559:?,'5m ' . , ,, ..,T,,ff:f1.fv:-f:2rff , -wt W, f v if ..4..1... f., ,122 ' ' fryi.,-mary!-'ae ,v:vf,1'--fI'i'fg+v2i43ZU?71'3f1 '51 A tif, ,,j,,jjjw-ff-:ggtg,,.,,-gf?,.1,'ts,43Ktq- nf, L, .fmQgsp'-2'.,':fZ'-L'7? :, '-'A ' 1 A A Stinger Record News at SHS 'rf 13,151 r rf A1 egg! , , U L f re ' f F H Q 3? W ' J-. ' uv QW f 'S 'M if ' ' N, ., wg, ffgefygf, V35 f f -, .. ,gy ga, Q QI, , .. t if A I , i yoga Q 4, 7 l r 1 1 y A ffm! ? f 2 W 5 if ' ' 2 'l 2595 " 4' ' ,A E 'ff Q X 4 f Z1 C f " ,az 4 Planning . . Preparing . . Publishing . . Stinger Staffers--David Yates, Timmy Thompson, Sharon Stewart, John Cunyus Cherry Overman Sue Bluethman Joyce Douglas, Sandra Larner, Marcia Edgar, Doris Albright, Melanie Latham, and Sara McMahan are pictured below relaxing, each with his own copy of the Stinger, having prepared another bi weekly issue for regular readers of up-to-date news of our world at SHS. '- ffrfwf' ,V f :My 2 .J a I "Vial 3 ., I' 1 , 3,1 Ja 'Sw-, 44, i1f2" " 'LZ Pb ' I 445, 15 :ann 'M 'H-.1 ef V,-A,-.fy ey. ,IA fax 4 ff, , Q ,I I wf,,.,yf1,, 1 52. 4 14 ,Q I ., ff!! i , 0 ,V 1 ahh ,, ,mm H, X, 1411 i ff! ffllr JAJ 14 1 ff ig 'Bi 7 4' 1 4 f f, f , 4 fp:-If if ,4 :' ,4 I 24 f 4 ',f V' gl 9 W 1315 nh 43 f , , I 1 f,, ff 1 I!! 14 ' 1, ZZ. f 5 ,, tif? Jacket Staff Produces Yearbook To Preserve Memories of SHS Charles Maguire Jerry Jackson Sports Editors V. 1:51 51221 2 51, 'X I Linda Hassler Kay Littleton Mary Ann Leatherwood Mary Park Class Editors Although it is impossible to compile a complete record of a school year, the members of the Jacket staff have attempted to show as many important phases as possible of our world and the people who make it what it is . . . Marilyn Williams, Editor Lorraine Golden, Adviser 1 -- J++ W' 'f,' , e J J -SSN .. . EV fffg if f I I V. , if f, pi Q v , :af Q33-3oZ731':-'.E - , . X PV . 45752 ,, " -'i1:1+X" 1 ,, - tg.,-f.,., ,,,, fl I -rea! . ,A5?f4g,.-.f I. 2Af:pgf4.,z:,.' ,,.. 'V ' ,401 ' -Y-if-A "vff. ,1'f"f'f--2'4.' -4.3 Judy Cleveland Sharon Stewart Mary Jo Chandler Activities Editors Jacket Editor Sissie Williams and Academics Editor Lou Greenway mail final copy to Delmar. 157 D6 JVX QS Juniors celebrate Successful Jacket Sales campaign 158 DE S Students make our world alive and interesting. Informal gatherings at noon, brief greetings while passing in the hall, or meeting a new student provides achange of pace in our day-to-day world. The competition which is present in every phase of our world keeps students alert and makes them work to the full extent of their abilities. The students of today will determine what tomorrow's world will be. k..g.kt Y - N 52 1 A-.K Jil- y','W',,,,.- iii :5:gE,,1 .W -' 4125 I V, , ,,:i2,, " ,J fg 4,,. 2 x t f , - "3 ' il, , ,W X , A ..w'ff1 Q f I W ' Y ' ',4 ' l' ' 5536 W Wh ' 31.1 J L., - - X , I w ifi? , ff -we aa X44 A 'M 5 tiiln ' it - t A -'-1--::- f' ''1"'-2:2:"1:2p2E-:-rib"'zf"4wSEl.'.'3 :Q ,-f"'I1:3FE1IIf1i1?-E-3515232:1E'E1EIEIEfE13E3E1:ff' """" " fel. f 1 159 Freshman Class ' 1 fp-1-14" 0- , 1 4 f ,V I ' +12 Ofgicefis ' ' Duke Everett . Merry Brown ..... Annalynn ,Skipper ., Donnie Joiner. . . Tula Lewallen .r . Ne11wyh'GLa1-ner . . Alnthony Garchia . . . 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Early class meetings are held to select class representatives. "Lowly Fish" participate in all the activities - learning the school song, buttoning-up at pep rallies, leading cheers, a.nd running errands for Seniors. Attending ball games, dances, parties, a.nd other activities, they become full-fledged members of SHS. There are many never-to-be forgotten "firsts" - the first Homecoming dance, the first Presentation play, and the first school tournament. Homework assign- ments have been long and hard, but most Freshmen welcome the end of the year, looking forward to being Sophomores. Alice David Mary Boren Boswell Brown 1 pf, ...- ..,7 ,sf ,,,g,.. V, I ea., .Q . A I ' n aw :L-:ii Peggy Jeanette Debbie Alexander Alsup Ballow ff' I - ff 1 ,Q F I U 21' 1 "2 fn if: lg, ' Q, , af,V..M, My ,' , V , " Q jg ffjnifrfiiz 'f?:j -f f:-1' ' . 1 egg EN- 3. Paul Dent Mike Baxter Bills Bills WV? 1 X. 5 V- 5 ,vig i Barry Bruce Shelton Bryan Buchanan Burkhart Patsy Larry 'Mike Deniese Sandra Gwen Carter Cashon Cedars Chandler Chew Clark 161 f , fbi-14,35 a .iii ' F it YI Wesley Clark tv x 'cr' 5 Thomas Cole fc A x V V , Cav ,f 1 -rv MZ, 4 Q? A J, ,rig X I Vg- ' Z ' A ,Q H : Q, 3 3 if ,,2E'f' fm Jo Nell Cooke v . A .f::f'f'7:-:"" K "V .H - - ' , . 'i - W' . ' ' ' A ' -2215315 f 1 H it it j' ffffi:: -f David Linda Daniell Daniels .1 , gg, ,I Sandra Decker -W Ann Couch Linda Dickerson gg' ,' Alf , 144 I' -' . X V1 if If , ' wiv , if far, ff 1 1 A2 , Q X Zqjr :EM M .. Mike David C ranford Crank .7 W ,vi 51", , 531,-V. 61' 4. 4.1 , .I ' za. 1"'T'T" ffi 4' 1 Z f Y " .2 il 'F F 4 ' I af-, ,ffi '31.:'ic?-1' Jean Douglas Debra Dixon A, 4' 154 tsl f 12-f fifiif ?':'-:f:5153: ':- E Billy Larry Jack Duke Mari on Dowell Driver Elliott Everett Ferguson Terry Fitzgerald SHS Activities Offer Opportunities Encouraged by Seniors, "Fish" girls Cleftj display sign- making talent to boost "Spirit" at pep rally. wk Kenneth F't hu h David Bryan y F ' 1 Z g ry Ganske 162 Anthony Eddy .ia Garcia Garner I Q-k,l4lHf , 'Wai 12 1 ,. iw Ixfellwyn Garner A my l ., ,. 5 1 4 if if, fix 4 4 'H 1 , f if rf W' Q Marcia Gordon , M. , wa- ,If 'F , H Y , ., -yi, 5,7 1 ,fz 3,1 '-'rift-1555 IV V, , .lf 4 -P " x an M ,.4 --7 i xx L fy.. Kathy Hancock Mike David Hallmark Kennith Griffin Ha.I1COCk if R' ' .5 'ff' Af 4- ' - "'f',' 1 374: ' ' ' f -1' f' -. " 'kiiii f ' ii'i 7 , ' Y A' Q Q., ixj iz,-4 ,tu gi: ,V 1- . .twig .L if H ' A fp 0 3 -0 iz 4. if FT 1 a. A A John Kenny Frances Mary Hefton, Jr. Henson Hill Holder nz. 5' "mg-, 13:3 .3552 ' V V, . . f, E232 Vi ,f , 1 ., F H 351 N ,cz ' 1, k if 'gf .4-'f 11 ,g 'L-"'.iLi, v Zi' ' ji l, vt fr' gsagj, 1 122-, . Q , . ff f ' 5 ' 'Z -' ' 1 1 1 "' , M4 ,, fi 1 A f , 4 Em -.1 '. David Gray 1-Eli' ' ' ' 3 ' " ' z 518' 1 f 4 1 4 jfs w bf X 1 L W , ,. f41-.',.- . . , 91 e J ,Sf , :Sa-mwmw' ,mmm ., - ,:- Connie Hatch Melinda Holder -, fr ,f .xl 1, ,Z 'Z' A W 9, , , ' 'Wa f . .ff f '. , 1 wfawaf 4, jig , ii? Q. ff.. lf? f 1 ' .1 ,- -9"74 Zfffd 312. if ,f ' '7':-4-eznfe f: " ' f Z'-'Villa 24 ,. ' gp, , fx , W, - . , ,Lk Lynda Green ,c0f'l':G. I' f ' ' 7'.Q -Q1 ."v'-., i I A41 f Q-S '35 f 5 :,-gg,-, MQW fv ,432 faq, A ' f .?S.m2.:.fm41,,::f..a:14 Janice Heffley ' '1Q!""'f,L'Q1 ,, , ,al ' - Q - 1 - 2 f, R, 4' 5 ff' 5 - "" '4 g- .f Johnny Hollingsworth Freshmen Boost School Spirit First day of school finds "Low1 Fish" doingthe elephant walk. X A I Steve David Matilde Huey Huffman Iribarren 163 by nn! ' ' " 2? 32? ' 4 ' L, N Q, ff, Of fy!!! ff f f 3 K x Q f 6 ,g 4 , Q , Za 1 'f aa Dolores Dwayne Jimmy Len Tommy Donnie Jackson Jacks on Jackson Johnson Johnson Joiner f ef-. ' 1 - J ' , 2 f ' ' JJJJ f L L ,gf 'vA" if fffhg -,130 Linda Sheri Alta Roger Garland Linda Jones Jones Keeney Kelly Knipstein Laney , Q4 Q1 -L J it ,r ig , 'N Woody Randy Texie Tula Kay Lucy Lawson Lay Lee Lewallen Littleton Luna Meeting football fans at At dovmtown pep rally, Linda Dickerson leads classmates in Spirit circle, while other UE? gate, Kathleen Slaten "Fish" kneel on the square, cheering the Jackets. Salim game programs for E 4 , wg .4 " l ,V - . ' 5 g 42' ,--1 "3'3'-- -V'A fa. , .V V ' ,-e- ,rl ' r P 1 1 iv -1' 'EC 5? , 45- , , f ll? QL. 5,15 tw Nik . W fy fi., -M 14, V J S1 'P "iffj",- -. ...L-,. 'f' A, f wa 'ff' -., 4 1:-:fe M area .,.. f P . NX - V' V 'inf as Q re: '1.'f'E:,R-'.22a '.'.-ua'-Lqf. 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J 31, 231, I. 5513. 53 if 4 ' . ' 1 1"f2?M-'RW " :Q MX , J .Sf 4 5435 ' ' . Mike Riggs Dean Robinson Jimmy Russell Warren Bob Russell Scott Waylon Scott Having Shared Great Expectations Barbara Shipp N! 4'- Ks WE! Q. Wifi "" ' J 0 Bob Shirey 5--"" 15" l 5. -' '1 . A, v V f . I ,QQ V '-:f-r w ' izmfl Q 0 f 1 'ii ' f- '1 W , -55 ,flztlff :L 1 6 ,3125 " '- Suzan Lee Smith Stanley .,,? Q 'f ' Q ' ' 1 '- ,nf f 'f 1,:4.n:,:-'.' It , " i " :feta ' ' , - ,- " .15 'Tip -7 'if' ,gjfxft , ,.:. V, pf' ' 1,-. " Y. Elitfff'-f1.1kn , ' V-5::1.1:" ' ..g':f'f1.1. 1 Haw? - 1.1.55-'fujri 21:2 - WW:-fe. ,5v., ff .-I ,JS:.f'Y- 1, A A. , 4 ii-mmm.: 4 :sf 1-,-11.39 ,W dx. . A . ,-,158 Brent Simmons i, ..,., , 'H 4' W2 , five.. A -. N , i Q l Killa, x , Jerry Stem 166 Howard Simmons Annalynn Glenda Skipper Slay Linda Billy Diana Stephens Thomas Thompson ' 1, VV, ,VW Q, 'T -" I . . 1 4- we - 'L figgix. '. V f M: - .f ja- M. 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V52' if N V' 7 .fr 1 4 f 'W M , V ,. mv! , V , 'ana' v' I ' Q5Wf'W, ., , 4 Y , W 2 ,bv ' ' N , Q wi' ' Ai f 4 gut 1 " ' ' iff ' . 'V2'5ff": ' 1 f .Sfiff ' i' V 'lll S if -lp' 52f:i-are-fs.. gp ' X K W -' ffefjrffrfs-5:5z51,. M,-41 fi 1 1 f -.,1V:,-1:-14--2-V:: zrrf, A W' l ' , 0' Q---VM" ' X U f :5 ,,-V:V:A:V:V:,g::4.:.. :Vw 1- 1 ., A 4 Barbara Williams Ross Sam Wolfe Yeates 167 Not pictured: Don Bostick, Anita Boutcher, Jimmy Chapman, Roy Daniel, Judy Fowler, Sammy Godfrey, Jacquie Goree, Leonard Grissom, Bobby Jokel, Douglas Krause, Terry Lowery, William Luna, Danny McCann, Mike Miller, Orval Miller, Lonnie Owens, Wesley Packwood, Dennis Rasberry, Donald Rhodes, Wayne Sharp, Jimmy Sherrill, Kathleen Slaten, Floyd Snow, Jerry Snow, Tommy Stover. Sophomore Class w. Officers Jerry Jackson Mary Jo Chandler . Molly Wofford Steve Ditto . . . Kathy Boucher Judy Huckabee Kenny Stafford 168 falzqgdjw ff If 1 4 . . . viee-presidepigiii5Qg51f'gifIj.gEE1E5g - ' . sgt.-atearmg - -o ' G - t1'9351117Q!?1f?:Sii5I5?52?53i5?'s -4' ,... V ..,.. - ,o.o X . ,IEMQ W Q 3' gif? -s z" 551 .C -'1E'fsi5if55gfEr4a':if " -.-1-,::A:,xv,v ,A ,pf N ?:.:2:Wi:?9k11i1 Wifi: f,.1.,x:-ww 4' -' :-' A '2'?gfE-f:iaZ:2ipt1:554,Z ,JE -'of-'-faffyitf-Qszzlg., 4-3-- 512519-'safe-'.? Nm, 13.10, gf 59 4 , ..--,fy an ., f . ,v"' f ,.v: F, ' 'tri :K ' " 35:51:23 ? ,x Nw 2 i VX 'R X 2 fi K S 'R i Xt in F sg.. QQ Q X ,, x SW ww Six X 4 l Y Ks, ci f, : Freddie Linda Ables Anderson "" ' S ' CET' 'N K X 1, ' 1 as-ff dvdd Q- -f X , , -V .' -5.53: R , ' Vlg-Q,gv-fgl' ' Q fi gg: 5,1- Beth Ann Dollie Black Boase Sandy Bills - -159 , if 5 1 . Ernestine Bolling The Class of '68, one hundred and thirty-five strong, returns to Stephenville High's world of education in September. Confident Sopho- mores now, they are ready to take a more active part in campus activities though class- work is harder and homework assignments take more time. While becoming well ac- quainted with Julius Caesar, keeping up with routine lessons, and crarnming for exams, Sophomores manage to find time also for active participation in sports, clubs, and parties. Planning ahead, the class conducts a rummage sale to start a class fund. This "nest egg" deposited in the SHS Activity Fund provides a feeling of security as the year ends and the Class of '68 eagerly looks forward to being SHS Juniors. Sophomores Storm SHS Campus n annl f nlia l , i 4, ' 'A 1 I qu-,J . ' 'Q "W A V ,gffj'fl,fE,Zf,5f3fl5ffQ , A , , l lirl , " Q 5 i.?,E.::7gf5:,,5i , A 3, ,V ' 9?l.l!f?1:T':'f ,. 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'iffy 1 X f f I X I gf ., 4 f ., Wx.-5, , ..12.i,.,,5, Qzintilz- ' , .,:w-vilizziir V' I fr 1' -2: ::,W?YY':f'4 nizukwa -- wrizgczii 1133 ' 'fi' '132E3ig,2::5f?'-21351-::,x:::fV?:' imp ,.,,.,.,,,, ,,,f 'Q -.:,'.-V V -1:--cz,--' ufsf' 53:4-112Y5i,7P.'5i1 vl45',?3'??!i41 Bruce McNellie Larry Moore f A. 4 ww ff . :QU , E. ,ufyflfi 'I4"7f9 , 'fu ' "'f' '12 ,:f?fGf"'Z? 1 QW: an f -ff 'me f zwW5Hf5?W: f ,f I I 077 ff I I f 4, ,,. . , M -, fa , 'V 'l 1 'W 11. ' , iff ' 'WL , ,Q 4 -,4 f ' f Q f f ' f ' f M f ff Q W f K 4 I 1 f E ei J ane Pack V! Z Mr. Whyburn serves cast . . . Practice makes perfect . . 173 7 ,ru x 3712? " W, wi? 'W L , I Joyce Parham F ff zxs, ,. e ' f ' f : ref ' i . f f . , , ' ', ,S'?f?r1: - XA? , ' y W' ' 2, f' 1f!ff 0 QV. 45 aw ,, ,, ZW, f f ,ff ,W awe: .aawfl ",,, , ' my ,- X iff, ap, y W , ." - f,-01,1 . fy. A uf- f 6 '21, ,ff iff, ., ,.' MQW -4144, f, ' Z 77' fx., ' f":-5:i'f'fff1 ,J "' 4" " , " "W'f'- J 'F' ' " "Q 'Ili-- ' im:-. " . V hm fwviww' ,X Jef.. 042 'fm an fa ."-'a fa 5124 , 'ff' is " . ,CQ -5 fbi ,W3""W 11 . r - ,Q ., 1 V , 3 ,yn ,i 1.:fzef2'2,4 ,Mx , ,- A flaf afgg Ms. ag 115' tf"W?1f2'. QW :xii fi ,v ' - ,i,f"f4 I 'G-1?-:-31322, Y 1 " . '23 WJ? fi' -dkffilffflg .f 225,21 Larry Patterson Phil Phunps Mack Tinker Jay Louis Phipps Piper Pittman , ,.,. I 5 11? ' 5 f f Z C 1 4 57 j V"'!f:fff-wlhicjfnzi gr , i , , W 5 , L 4 Z2 ,J P 'ly A . ,,y. f, 1, Eddie Purvis W 6 P ' '79 ef f 2,222 ,f f, ' 5 1, 1. f 2 1:-i,y, rf Bill Sherrard Girls Tug. . Girls Look. . aw ix Jim Rainer y Cathy Rampley Pam Reynolds Betty Barbara Smith Schrimsher 1,29 , 1 ., ' f 2.5, ' f K Q ,I I 'A 49,2 A, 'I f' ' , 4- Z, ,. .:v,. " f ,,,, , be-,I V-21 fa ffrwvfmal X -ff 491 f' 1 3. 1 V: - I I' s , 2: 451, 5 ' if "Q : 'V 1 fpffzag 1, ff V, 1 in i ff" 1' 1 f Mark Snyder Rose Shubert 174 Kenny Sharon Penny Stafford Stewart Stone 52 I . G 1 2 ""' E QF: - 1 N Penny Bill Carol Thompson Trammell Trew "l S K. N X X .AHV gy ' P A' Rebecca Mike Gary Tuggle Turley Turney Not pictured: Bobby Cadenhead, Jimmy Cadenhead, Clarence Day, Larry Doshier, Sonny Goodman, Ronald Heffley, Basilio Luna, Roger McMi1lin, Steve Meers, Bruce Morton, Elmo Owens, Wendall Quarles, Gwen Sharp, Betty Smith, Anthony Smithey, Dewayne Steph- ens, Joyce Taylor, Eugene Womack, Pat Worley. Sophs Compete In Tourney Boys Tug.. l Q Q Sophs Get Took F11-' 2. U f ' ,V --- V ,w g , Azalea Geraldine Lindy Walker Walker Walker I V - gy -V My M KX ?-fnsg cuff, Y, - -V ,safer f, f- -- f , "L - 'r. I "ef ,.y,j,f: mile" -- 1 l -.-, g f ' 4' . 1 Molly Judy Randy Wofford Wyly Whitman CIQSS f :S-'-Q-.. --..,..,, h...,..,,, if'------, Officers . Joe Pinnelli . . .... L Robert Justice . . . , Eddy Hooker .... . . . Judy Cleveland . . . .... Edward Brooks .... Q . . . . . Mike warms .......... . Nolan Brandt Knot picturedj . . . . L n s s...L :..V 1-" I76 ' F- f':Sf'isff?g H J , Jim Anderson Janie Arendt 4anLX' 43.-.MQ 48811 '99 Teresa Ator Jo Nell Bailey William Bates Michael Bennett Stephene Bennett Gary Blasingame Sue Bluethman Judy Brandon Class of '67 While sponsors lat rightj - Mr. Williams, Mr. Keeney, Mrs. Stanfield, and Mr. Hailey - super- vise Junior adjustment and acceptance of respon- sibility, loyal, dependable officers pilot course of the year's activities. Mothers also lend helping hands as eager Juniors tackle money-making projects throughout the year to finance the annual banquet and prom honoring Seniors. Having spent a profitable year in a world of Junior activities, both curricular and extra-curricular, excited classmates eagerly await their final year at SHS. I77 'lbw-w-f Nolan Brandt Billie Bray 51 YH-q-fl ' . 4:4 ff'P"f,' 5 5 1, Z Kliif JAH: ' if -yif1'w'4f4, ff-f 7. ,, 1' , , .-ff, I 5,441 Q21 fi ga, li ,,V,V V H V - X l 1 'X .1 fig I 4, Z ff 4 f' it V if 15r',,, ,144 ,A-.. 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Debbie Hefton I 49 f M' , , , gif ,, ,V 'Xt ,Zin "' ' L., .Q1gts.3v.,:'iz 1 V ' 4 ' , 2.4 if f , 592, 152 1 f 'fm . I .Q L - " f. 9 115655: H " zz ' 1, xg f' i Q WW' X , - -1 4' .v4,g,' 'lvl .Q,. , ' 5. 'N-v-.-1" i 'ff Wi.. "mf I 1 , 'W ,V ,fu A ':1:2g2g1g1g2p5::5 ., -a 1f2225ff3f:i'E'21 ffsz2:c-1:z.2:2s1f,, '-12515: 'Elf' Daniel Hogan ,,- Eddy Hooker f ,- V "1-fx, f ,fag 2'1.f,v3rz45.s. A , ,,.,.,,, ,Z . , I N- 41wg:,. ----z-f-,,,j,5,,. --',' ' 'fi I 1 7 1 1 ,yo , ,V , 5,915 ,. ,f -1 .VV ,., 0 , ' 3 f 1 I 1 f D V I ff ' 1 1 I , X 1 f I "' KNEW? Douglas Howell it up" at Band Beatnik Party. fu 5i??frw,' ' 5395? " H192 ,. , -. 4 737 , -,jgf ' ' 1 'Ii' ' ' - A : , I I ' 'eZ1555's1" V ,wu,,- f ' ii. ff D111 n tl V ,,.j3?2355 EQ : . K-:rf 1,15-ff- ,Q -' 'Q Q . -5 , , :ip - -.H 1 I ' ' f . I :J 'if-10" Jimmy Helm Mary Hill , f A ' -61091-. . .ffbf-few f Parnell Hord Shirley Howard ,Y ,. Q, , or 5:I.e5m:'M ' - ,f , '-we ffl ' f 04 If ,J qv if 1 , ,, A ,, 1 iw , , Q fe 2 I 351 ,W IQ, i!,,'::, 1 Lg. ' A 2 ff: - T0ny Huey Ann Jacks X1 'ele . -. gi1l?QfEi55S3EE5222L.i we li -' ,..s-at-w wgif N X x X2 X x N xxx? X X c l Kxktfqii 'sxxkx 1 y X ' Hvff llki 4-XT? ,Mm 'xml -iz: 9 , A gh Q. v F . k 1' X J an Jacks Kenneth Jackson 1,-nm--f x Q t S , r I I -ff'f'H'f I .J ,I f' , 1' j w fy , 1 gig 4 6 f W, M f A V fr , , , fs 2 1 f 1 y 4, ' i 1 'ff' . , ., 'Z'2,,,, V-KA. r W" 1'1" if XA Ti 4 4 m 4, , ef S 2 P' ef 4 Alan Johnson Robert Justice Jim Kerr Martha Landes Elaine Laughlin Sheila Lohrmann Lynn Luttrell Explaining how to pop corn, Barbara offers classmates Richard Leeth David King 'QQ haf' ' if1"' .chf, 'Kg . V 6 2111 ff!" V' . 2 df " -:Q ' f 'f 191,-2,5,z't1, ,L A' , cf, 1-:,:.a,4f,.g, .ffl , . 'V 2 wg,:4:.f, 5, f .,, . , Q, . , VH vi i 8, , , ,ff 'ff ,, vi , f 01 f 5 4 ' I 1 , V f ' ,S , W, Q' K ff f .frfff ' ,:.-izffxafzf Cindra Lewallen ,.-ffirj ' i Q .3QgE:ffg,!riz,:g,f1fff1,, J V 1 WW:-I if-5'f'EQfi" PM 2-PL?" '72f,i" flffi, f"jI'f ' ,f q w1:f,f,,?. , ,M in J K of-f f fi V ' Y John McAlister a sample. ' 183 E, 1, ' ' " ,f7',"'3:"'55., L, 1.,V ' g f Karan Meehan 'K23' f' " "'-f,E,iyf:j5fg,g5.J -:jf-'. . . - A ' Q lf,j5f ' '23 ' ' A 624454 J1f:3I2?i:J22?.3:f5: .jj K 5f':'?35f1ZPalzififziivg - , 4- 1gZ,f1gfjg'1?Q " 1, 'jr f Q1 ' fj,3'ffgf 1 ' Qf,:i-:1g,-":," - 1, 1. ' " El' 5131: 'f f ' f cf ' ff , " f. ,f Patye Moss Jimmy Norris Junior Spirit Grows. . Cindra Lewallen and June Perlrinel sign the "spirit book." ..-nn. -092 fr"'j ',f ?' 'afEf,Z'Z07 -f f 'ff ' " ff GV: ww,-nr,f.faff:Qaf.:s:' a , qw , ZZ ! ,,,, A . .fer:mfg., ffff, ' 7, ,ff ,jf 11,4 f 4 ,, .P I f ? 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H 'i 1' Io O, 'I 1 f , , 4? .David Sexton ynow.. .f f1 ,.,A: W, i, 4:35232 my .V ,N A, ..: ,,., , L, , .V , . 1 .:-,,-s Y 4 , fi , f ,,.'. 7, -9 W , f U 5 "WW 4,'5s' ,f 'WZPIH' EEZ21- Darla Smith V ,,f3Q' :' . ' ' ffm, . fi, .Z fl ,- 1 ,. x I 1 f f 7 , W 1 'iff "' 'fi X, ,. J, ff fke Donnie Smith Doris Smith Paula Sparkrnan Melvin Spitzenberger Excited Juniors Assemble For Rings 'Y M Z ,M , ,, ,y 1 v Vg? Yi Choose . . . ' -if , ' J - , , f t ,, WJ? V if , if ig? I , ,ff " " , ', 157, 4, f yfltlitf ' ' ' "" if I, !vfEIz?wf . v -'iCZ5'OW,zff 1 11 . 4 ' 2 fri., uf ,f 'A,, H 'f n t ,, ZZ 1 , 4 ,Mm ff , , ,fy f David Stafford Brenda Stone A 1, f U , Lennis Summers BUIY TOYYIUHSOH IB6 Order . . . Measure . . . Pay de-pOSi12 . Kenneth Stone ? L Z' ' H Ann Strawhorn NW Q, .,-me 1, Freddia Trammell James Voss Linda Walker Ga-nw-w-1 Mike Watkins Bonnie Wood ff ' it 4151 A510 1 1' 1 Q' V A, 1322372Q'Tf?j-f'Qfffi. 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X w O ff . ,, . , 4 'ff , , 255: 5 ! f , , ' f J f ff 1' af 4 f fy ,f X 7 aw 4 A ff ,ffl 'Nz f? , ff ' fix! v 4 , f 2 ,fi 1 I if f 1,25 Diane Young M K 1 I I I " J l .4312 ,1 ,, ,, ' 4 ' , 4+-t 1 -V ,W I in f -7 , Lffj 7 ' 1114 7 ' ,Ji ,xr if , V ,,.1.4q:fcg::-- ,1 M fr :.:1 , , "' - ,:.r . ' V , A, V wa 14 Q ,fa :1 ' 1 K, . J' . f, 5, ' f , '1?17:"i'M' filfafi "-'Ffa ' "'f:f I ,'.4?Z?3'2, .. filffi-4-A. . " V 1fiE4'i-Z-if fn',L5,,,:j51, , V 5 , - , , , .134 ,, ,M ,,,,,.f5"f La, ll .,-313.1225saga,-y':g" , ' v--121 31 , Larry Wall ua..-.wfr ef, Jill Watson Barbara Woods Karen Ware e , ,, 5, xff' David Whitenton Thomas Wyatt Not pictured: Leland Anderson, David Bridges, Deb- orah Cannon, Larry Griffin, Gary Hudson, Jim Huston, Eddy Johnson, Kay Lawhorn, Lynda Lemons, Johnny McKnight, Bonita Martin, Larry Payne, Ronald Quarles, Phyllis Rhodes, Wanise Smith, Kay Stephens, Stella Walton, Markwhiteside, Doreen Wilson, Penny Worley, l87 Senior Class x Officers Rodney Gann . . David Self .... Georgana Brown Wanda Keeney . . . Mary Burns . . . Larry Lane . . James Bostick . . 188 'I '- 4 H2221 A - repontepgjefrfiiff-5223353551321 . . preseiqegg?nff11zsg4f1a:::fQ1i'fs:2fs22:2s1 - - JxVkV,. - --1,4251-1w5:gg:s:'f V5 . Sgtgaig-jggjgngff-1 -- 'iE5IiI'?9S?1 -w:,::-od:-:' ' S ' " atv Qfff QA - A A I -1-5 .iii . .. ,, ,v,. 4,-f DORIS ALBRIGHT WARREN BARNES BILLY BASKETT SAM BAYS A Senior "finger in every pie" . . . Seniors begin their most important year out- wardly calm and collected, but inwardly worrying about whether the college of their choice will accept them or whether that super job willcome through. The year proves to be the busiest, biggest, and best ever! Class rings arrive early in September. Soon after- wards the class engages in the big fund-raising drive of the year, magazine sales. Members of the class head school clubs and organiza- tions and school publications, the Stinger and the Jacket. The year races by and spring finds the Seniors school tourney champs. The end of school brings a whirl of activities. The Junior-Senior Banquet and Jewel Ball with music by the Images and the exciting Senior trip provide never-to-be-forgotten memories. Then on May 24, whether it is with quickened step or reluctant tread, Seniors leave SHS, remembering the work and its rewards, the magic of dreams, the harmony, the chaos, the logic, the leisure moments, the friends, the fun, the participation, the service that high- lighted this, their last year to be a part of the world of SHS. Next year 104 graduates will enter new and different worlds - college, JODS, military service, and other pursuits. R.. XX '---.... CD 'O ' 'K fZ3gqr.-,,N..w :V W -sv-. ,RT Km, ,. img- -iw.. ETQWTH A'-Shadi: . . ' sg-If-42-'it Q- 1, wifzsfnaig-.g.f.':fi - .uv A. 3,3 -5. , JOHN BELCHER JOHNNY BELL JANICE BERRY ANN BLUE JAMES BOSTICK Seniors enjoy full participati Seniors Contribute Socially, Scholastically, And Athletically RHONDA BRAMLETT GEORGANA BROWN VONDER BURKHART MARY BURNS vfa,,,zf., 7 'Gd?"'9' I ' 'WW RICHARD BYRD ROYCE CARPENTER BOBBY CASHON LEN CEDARS in their last student Homecoming. .TUDY CLARK To A Tip -Top Jacket Year DONALD CRANFORD SANDRA CROW HERMAN DANIEL JEAN DAVIS 191 swf' , I .fn-,,,,,f "lk-aa. PATTY DAVIS JOHN DENTON JAMES DICKERSON TERRELL DICKE RSON ,JFS . A,-4 CONNEE DOSHIER MARCIA EDGAR JUDY EDMISTON KAY ELLIOTT Take First Step To Graduation. . ,pw f' I KEITH ETHERIDGE TRINA ENGLER JANET EVANS LINDA FISHER 192 f f Vp, , , 5'-4.5, 459' lifff, RODNEY GANN HELEN GIIESECKE TOMMY GORE ROY GREEN GARY HALE LOWELL HANSON CARLETON HATCH JIMMY HENDRICKSON Cast Wary Eye at College Boards . M Qw- DONNA HILBURN JOE BOB HOLCOMB DOYLE HOOKS LYNDON HYDE 193 IZ E1Q+eI21"f- 'I ' L2 seg ,Q -, V,-1.3-gAfL,H: 7 1 Lemfxf tv 2 .4 f-, am- ' ,931 M34-1.172-A . z'f4gy.A.4.'4 , -1 A-Q QA, Ywggpfyg,-A W BILL IRWIN WANDA KEENEY SHARON KNIPSTEIN ' f 5 Y V, fr if if ,4 get qw? L f ,1 or , , I R JOHN KNOX vw PATSY LAIRD LARRY LANE SANDRA LARNER MELANIE LATHAM TCU Outlines Major Careers. oiiw A L rrrrr f 'fffii WW W?" -ff ffieffiii W, I ',i,,.2pfz We We W ff ff5?f',,i r,,' 1 f 'f I V 'fit 7' 1 I ' , 11'-. 4 mf " ' X 1,7 f 7 'j 'Z I 1 ,XA f .W I, ' 44" at V ff' 'ffw, V 'Rf lf 1 'Y,,. Mr. r,,. A , ,r Q? A 4 A I ,Z ,rrrr . A 'e4r- QW wf2X if if fljf X ,WVQZ 'Z ,K W Mi ffm? ,, X W , W, W fy' y -V-ffffm t-35:53 rw 3 4 ,f f, If ,vw , 1 l m- 2' " 1' ' f " , ,., , 41-2fW'!ifi'?"f f 2 X ,, 'iff-,"752'4'f AD? V' 7 X 4, 'frm-f f J' , Crabtree ponders Career Day activities. Senior boys linger in Student Union till bus time 194 ,f"' ,535 1 7' X' ss X 3 ON X x xv X Donna works diligently on her theme for DAR competition. Governor Conna1ly's letter of Commendation is only one of Don's rewards from portrait painting. Librar Research Useful for Themes JUDY LAUGHLIN A. C. LEATHERWOOD SANDRA LEE VIRGINIA LEE 'f-wr: ,,wM--, J. M. LITTLE STEVE LITTLE GORDON LUTTRELL FINIS LOWE 104 SARA MCMAHAN do W ..., ' ...nd Four graduate at mid-term. KAROL MARTIN Dreams Reach Height as 966 CHARLES MAGUIRE GEORGE MILLER ......uni MARILYN MILLER CAROLYN MOORE BETTY OGAN VIANNA PACKWOOD l96 2595 ! 2 fl MARY PAR-K RONALD PEACOCK Super salesmen take S2672 order for magazines. CHERYL PHILLIPS DIANNE PORTER Ronnie Woolley receives sales award money. Senior Assembl Develops TONY PRICE RITA PRYOR MAE ANN RAMER 197 FRANCIS RASBERRY Successful Seniors Celebrate My JOE RASBERRY WESLEY REAGAN SANDRA RICHARDSON LYNN RILEY wr-wwf DARRELL ROBINSON FLOYD RUSH MARGARET SCHRIMSHER DAVID SELF 198 ,Vi PAULA SHAFER JUDY SMITH DUANE SPARKMAN LINDA STARNES MIKE STARNES CHARLES STEPHENS BUNKIN STONE GARY STONE School Tourney Championship Tug o' War . . . Life-saver Relay . . . 199 ELYSON TAYLOR PAM TOMLINSON MELVIN TUBBS VIC ULMER Mu.,,,,.,.4 ANN WALLS DOYLE WARREN DAVID WATERS DONNA WATSON Seniors of '66 Anticipate, yet CHERYL WATTS RHONDA WEIDNER JANICE WESSON SHERYL WILLIAMS ZOO g.....,- MARILYN WILLIAMS TERRY WILLIAMS MARGARET WILSON KATHY WOFFORD I CLIFTON WOOD DONALD WOOLEY RONNIEI WOOLLEY PEGGY WYLY Hesitate, at New Life. Entering SHS in late spring, Honey Palmer is the last one to be measured for cap and gown. v f f Seniors not pictured: MAHALA ADOUE, LINDA BILLS, DON BURNS, CHARLES DOWELL, SHIRLEY HANCOCK, MARJIE JOKEL,DAVID MAXWELL, HONEY PALMER, L E E S H IP P , CATHY WELCH, LYNDA WOOD. ZOI BETTY YEATES Senior Statistics ADOUE, MAHALA Transfer from Atlanta, Georgia. ALBRIGHT, DORIS Class Treasurer 15 FHA 1,45 Science 2-45 Student Council 2- 45 Secretary 45 Spanish 1-45 Stingerettes 1-25 Stinger Staff 2,45 National Honor Society 3-4, Parliamentarian 45 Class Favorite Runner-up 15 FFA District Sweetheart 25 Class Fa- vorite 35 School Sweetheart 45 CC Merit Scholarship Merit Award 11 State Convention Delegate TASC 3. BARNES, WARREN Transfer from Odessa, Texas, FTA 45 Science 35 Math 3-45 Library 3-45 Student Council 45 Band 3-4, Reporter 45 Stage Band 45 UIL Poetry Interpretation 3-45 UIL Science 45 CC Merit Scholarship Award 3-45 Navy Science Cruiser Award 35 Honor Graduate. BASKETT, BILLY DE 4, President5Science 2-3: Library 35 Basketball 15 Base- ball 2-3. BAYS, SAM FFA 1-4, President 4, Lone Star Farrner5 Band 1-2. BELCHER, JOHN FFA 3. BELL, JOHNNY FFA 2, DE 3, ICT 4. BERRY, JANICE FHA 1-4, Sergeant-at-Arms 3, First Vice-President 4, FHA State ConventionDelegate35 FTA 45 Spanish 3-45 Chorus 1-4, BILLS, LINDA FTA 35 Library 15 Stingerettes 1-3, Co-Captain 4. BLUE, ANN FHA 15 Spanish 25 Chorus 35 Sliingerettes 1-3, Jr. Captain 35 Office Stall' 3, BOSTICK, JAMES Class Vice-President 1, Class Sergeant-at-Arins 2-45 Foot- ball l-45 Basketball 1,45 Baseball 25 Track 1. 202 BRAMLETT, RHONDA FHA 1,35 Chorus 35 Stingerettes 1-3, BROWN, "TOODLES" GEORGANA Class Secretary 45 FHA 15 Student Council 15 Band 1-25 Bas- ketball 1-45 Football Sweetheart 4. BURKHART, VONDER ICT 4. BURNS, DON Transfer from Ysleta, Texas5 DE 4. BURNS, MARY Class Treasurer 45 FHA 1-45 Science 3-45 Student Council 35 National Honor Society 3-45 Volleyball 2-35 Office Staff 45 CC Merit Scholarship Award 1-35 Runner-up Most Repre- sentative Girl 45 Zonta Girl 4. BYRD, RICHARD Spanish 4. CARPENTER, ROYCE FFA 1-45 ICT 45 Basketball 1-3. CASHON, BOBBY Class Vice-President 2-35 Math 45 Annual Staff 35 Band 1-35 National Honor Society 3-45 Football 1-4, Honorable Mention All-District 45 Baseball 15 Track 1-45 CC Merit Scholarship Award 2-35 Senior Class Favorite Runner-up 45Honor Grad- uate. CEDARS, LEN FTA 2-4, Parlianientarian 35 Science 1-45 Math 45 Spanish 1-25StingerStafi25 Band 1-25 Biology Club 45 National Honor Society 45 Football 1-4, Captain 45 CC Merit Scholarship Award 1,3,45 FTA State Convention Delegate 35 National Sci- ence Foundation Biochemistry Course, Windsor, Connecti- cut5 Salutatorian. CLARK, JUDY FHA 25 Zonta Girl 45 Honor Graduate. CRANFORD, DONALD FFA 3-4, Vice-President 45 Science 3-45 Math 3-45 Social Studies 4. CROW, SANDRA FHA 2-45 Library 3-45 DE 4, DE State Convention Delegate 45 Zonta Girl 4. DANIEL, HERMAN Science 45 Math 45 Biology Club 4. DAVIS, JEAN Basketball 3-45 Honor Graduate. DAVIS, PATTY FHA 1,2545 Library 2-4, Vice-President 3, President 4, TALA State Convention Delegate 2-3, Library Sweetheart 4. DENTON, JOHN FFA 2-45 Science 35 Football 2. DICKERSON, JAMES Class President2,35 Science 4, Vice-President5 Math 4, Sec- retaryg Biology Club 4, Presidentg National Honor Society 45 Student Council 1-4, State Convention Delegate 3, Vice-Pres- ident 45 Football 1-25 Class Favorite Runner-up 2-35 Attor- ney General's Youth Conference 45 Class Favorite 45 Honor Graduate. Senior Statistics I! DICKERSON, TERRELL Class President 15 FFA 1-4, Treasurer 2, President 35 Sci- ence 45 Student Council l-45 Football 1-4, Honorable Mention All-District 3,45 Class Favorite 1-35 Student Council State Convention Delegate 35 FFA State Convention Delegate 35 Student Council State Workshop5 Most Representative Boy 4. DOSHIER, CONNEE Science 15 Math 15 Library 1,2,45 Spanish 15 Chorus 3: Band 1-45 ICT 4. DOWFLL, CHARLES FFA 1-2, nn 4. EDGAR, MARCIA FHA 1-45 Science 2,45Student Council l5 Spanish 2-45 Stinger- ettes 1-25 Stinger Sta.tf45 Office Staff 45 Betty Crocker Home- maker of Tomorrow 4. EDMISTON, JUDY Transfer from San Angelo, Texas. ELLIOTT, KAY DE 45 Science 1,25 Math 45 Student Council 1-35 Spanish 1-25 Stingerettes 1-25 Class Favorite Runner-up 2,35 Student Coun- cil State Convention Delegate 25 Class Favorite 4. ENGLER, TRINA FHA 1-35 Science 35 Stingerettes 2-4, Captain 45 Homecom- ing Queen 45 Lions Club Queen 45 Miss Jacket 4. ETHERIDGE, KEITH Student Council 35 Football 3. EVANS, JANET FHA 1-45 Science 2-45 Spanish 25 Band 15 UIL Typing 25 UIL Shorthand 4. FISHER, LINDA Library 45 Basketball 1-45 Volleyball 2-4. GANN, RODNEY Class Reporter 45 Science 2-4, Treasurer 45 Football 1-45 Baseball 1-35 Track 1-4. 203 GIESECKE, HELEN Chorus 3-45 Band 1-45 Band Sweetheart 4. GORE, roivnvir FFA 1-45 DE 4. GREEN, ROY FFA 1-4, FFA State Convention Delegate 35 Band 1-4. HALE, GARY Transfer from Corpus Christi, Texas. HANCOCK, SHIRLEY Transfer from Abilene, Texas. HANSON DOWELL Libraiy 4. HATCH, CARLETON Chorus 1-4. HENDRICKSON, JIMMY FFA 1-45 DE 45 Basketball l-2. HILBURN, DONNA FHA 1-2, Historian 25 FTA 2-35 Library 1-25Stinge1'ettes 1-4, Co-Captain 45 Office Staff 4. HOLCOMB, JOE BOB DE 4. HOOKS, DOYLE DE 3-45 Band 1-45 Stage Band 3-4. HYDE, LYNDON Math 45 Basketball 1-4, Honorable Mention All-District 3-45 Baseball 3. IRWIN, BILL FTA 1-45Science 1-45Math l-4,Sergeant-at-Arms 45Spanish 1-45 Band 15 Football 1. JOKEL, MARJIE FHA 1-2, chorus 4, KEENEY, WANDA Stingerettes 1-35 FHA 1-25 Science 35 DE 45 Homecoming Nominee 45 Class Sergeant-at-Arms 4. KNIPSTEIIN, SHARON FHA 1,45 Library 45 Spanish 25 National Honor Society 45 Office Staff 45 UIL Typing 35 Zonta Girl 45 Honor Graduate. KNOX, JOHN FFA 1-35 Football 1-25 ICT 4, Reporter. LAIRD, PATSY FHA 1-35 UIL Typing5 CC Merit Scholarship Award 4. LANE, LARRY FFA 1-3, Second Vice-President 35 Math 3-4, President 45 Spanish 35NationalHonor Society 3-4, President 45 UIL Typ- ing 25 CC Merit Scholarship Award 1-45 FFA State Conven- tion Delegate 35 FHA Beau 45 Honor Graduate. LARNER, SANDRA tional Honor Society 3-45 Zonta Girl 45 Office Staff 45 Honor Graduate. FHA 1-25 Student Council 45 Spanish 45 Stinger Staff 45 Na- Senior Statistics LATHAM, MELANIE Class Secretary 1, FHA 1-4, Second Vice-President 3, Third Vice-President 4, FTA 1-3, Science 2-4, Math 4, Spanish 1- 4, Sergeant-at-Arms 3, Stinger Staff 1,2,4, Band 1-2, Treas- urer 2, Majorette, Social Studies 4, Basketball Manager 4, Spanish State Convention Delegate 1, Senior Class Favorite Runner-up 4. LAUGHLIN, JUDY FHA 1-4, DE 43 Science 3-4, Basketball 1-3, DE Sweetheart 4, Zonta Girl. LEATHERWOOD, A. C. Science 3, Library 1. LEE, SANDRA FHA 1-3, Chorus 4, Stingerettes 1-2. LEE, VIRGINIA Transfer from Shalimar, Florida. IITTLE,J.M. FFA 1-2, Basketball Manager 2, Basketball 1. LITTLE, STEVE FTA 2-4, Math 3-4, Spanish 2-3, National Honor Society 3-4, Basketball 1,2,4, CC Merit Scholarship Award 1. LOWE, FIINIS Class Secretary 2-3, FFA 1-2, DE 3-4, Football Manager 1-2. LUTTRELL, GORDON FFA 1,3, Science 3, Math 1, Library 2, Spanish 2-3, Basket- ball 2-3, ICT 4, Sergeant-at-Arms. MCMAHAN, SARA FHA 1-4, FTA 2, Science 2-4, Spanish 2-4, Secretary 4, Stinger Staff 3-4, Band 1,Spanish State Convention Delegate 3. MAGUIRE, CHARLES Science 1-4, Reporter 4, Math 4, Parliamentarian, Student Council 1,3,4, Presentation Play 4, Football 1-4, Honorable Mention All-District 4, Basketball 1, Baseball 1, Track 1-3, Class Co- Favorite 1, CC Merit Scholarship Award 3-4, Honor Graduate. 204 MARTIN, KAROL Transfer from Breckenridge, Texas, FHA 4, DE 4, Science 3, Chorus 4. MAXWELL, DAVID FFA 1-2, Secretary 2, ICT 4. MILLER, GEORGE Transfer from Huckaby, Texas, FFA 2-4, ICT 4. MILLER, MARILYN FHA 1-4, Parliamentarian 3, Secretary 4, FTA 3-4, Presi- dent 4, Science 3, Chorus 1-2, National Honor Society 4, CC Merit Scholarship Award 1,4, Zonta Girl, Honor Graduate. MOORE, CAROLYN FHA 1,2,4, FTA 1-2, DE 4, Treasurer,Science 1-3, Stinger- ettes 1-2. OGAN, BETTY FHA. PACKWOOD, VIANNA FHA 2-3, FTA 3, Chorus 3. PALMER, HONEY Transfer from Lubbock, Texas, National Honor Society 4, Honor Graduate. PARK, MARY FTA 1-3, Vice-President 3, Science 2-4, Math 4, Secretary 4, Spanish 2-3, Stingerettes 1-2, Annual Staff 1-4, Stinger Staff 2, National Honor Society 3-4, Treasurer 4, Presenta- tion Play 2,4, UIL Tennis 3, School Sweetheart Runner-up 4, CC Merit Scholarship Award 1-4, FTA State Convention Dele- gate 1-3, Honor Graduate. PEACOCK, RONALD Football 1, FTA 3, DE 4. PHILLIPS, CHERYL Transfer from Colorado Springs, Colorado, FHA 4, DE 4. PORTER, DIANNE FHA 1,2,4, Treasurer 2, FTA 1, Science 2-4, Spanish 2-4, Stingerettes 1-2, Stinger Staff 2. PRICE, TONY FTA 3, Science 4, President, Student Council 1,3, Spanish 2- 4, Sergeant-at-Arms 3,Vice-President 4, Chorus 3, Band 1- 4, All-District 1-4, All-Region 1-3, All-State 2,4, Stage Band 1-3, All-District 1-3,Social Studies 4, President, Cheer- leader 4, Most Representative Boy Runner-up 4. PRYOR, RITA Transfer from Valpariso, Indiana. RAMER, MAE ANN FHA 4, DE 4, Secretary. RASBERRY,FRANCE FHA1. RASBERRY, JOE REAGAN, WESLEY ICT 4, Vice-President, FTA 2, Science 3, DE 3, Math 1, Spanish 2, Chorus 1. RICHARDSON, SANDRA FHA 1,2,4, FTA 2, DE 4, Science 1-4, Spanish 2, Stinger- ettes 2, Stinger Staff 2, Band 1. Senior Statistics DE 45 Chorus 4. ROBINSON, DARRELL FFA 2-45 Presentation Play 4. RUSH, FLOYD Football 33 Track 3-4. SCHRIMSHER, MARGARET FHA 1,2,45 Library 2-45 Secretary 45 Library State Conven- tion Delegate 35 Lions Club Queen Runner-up. SELF, DAVID Class Sergeant-at-Arms 3, Class President 45 FTA 1-4, His- torian 3, Vice-President45DE 45Science 1-45 Student Council 45 Spanish 3: Band 1-4, Vice-President 45 Cheerleader 3,4, Head 45 Stingerette Beau 4. SHAFER PAULA TransTer from Dublin, Texas. SHIPP, LEE FTA 3: Football 1. SMITH, JUDY Transfer from Houston, Texas5 Chorus 45 National Honor Society 4. SPARKMAN, DUANE Science 45 Math 4, Vice-President5 Spanish 45 Social Studies 45 NationalHonor Society 3-4, Vice-President 45 ICT 4, Pres- ident5 Basketball 1-45 CC Merit Scholarship Award 1,2,45 Honor Graduate. STARNES, LINDA FHA 1-25Stingerettes I5 Basketball 1-45 UIL Typing, District Regional 35 UIL Shorthand 4. STARNES, MIKE Science 4, Sergeant-at-Arms5 Math 45 Student Council I-4, Student Body President45Band 1-4, President 45 Cheerleader 45 Presentation Play 15Student Council State Convention Dele- gate 35 Student Council State Workshop 3. STEPHENS, CHARLES Football 15 DE 3-4. STONE, BUNKIN Football 15 Golf 1-35 FFA 2-45 FTA 3. STONE, GARY FFA 1-4, D1-3 3-4. TAYLOR, ELYSON Science 35 Math 35 Spanish 2-35 Social Studies 35 Football 1, 35 Basketball 2. TOMLINSON, PAM FHA 1-25 FTA 15 DE 45Science 35 Math 15 Library 35 Spanish 2-35 Chorus 3. TUBBS, MELVIN DE 45 Science 45 Spanish 2-4. ULMER, VIC FFA 15 Science 2-45 Math 4, Sergeant-at-Arms5 Student Counci12,4,Treasurer45 Spanish 2-35 Cheerleader Alternate 45 National Honor Society 3-45 Football 25 Basketball 2-45 Baseball 35 CC Merit Scholarship Award 1,3545 Honor Grad- uate. 205 FHA 15 FTA 2-45 Science 45 Student Council 45 Spanish 2-45 Chorus 35 Stingerettes 1-45 Office Staff 3-4. WARREN, DOYLE FFA l-45 Band 1-4, WATERS, DAVID Transfer from Stinnett, Texas5 Basketball 4. WATSON, DONNA Math 35 Student Council 45 National Honor Society 3-45 Bas- ketball 3-45 Volleyball 2-45 DAR Award 45 Zonta Girl 45 Office Staff 45 CC Merit ScholarshipAward 1-45 Valedictorian. WATTS, CHERYL WEIDNER, RHONDA FHA 1,45 Science 35 Spanish 25 Stingerettes 1. WELCH, CATHY Transfer from Newton, Kansas. WESSON, JANICE FHA 153,45 FTA 3-45 Library 3-4, Vice-President 45 Spanish 2. WILLIAMS, MARILYN Class Parliamentarian25 FTA 15Science 1-45 Student Council 3-4, Secretary 45 Spanish 2-35 Stingerettes 1-25 Annual Staff 2-4, Editor45Social Studies 35 Cheerleader 45 National Honor Society 3-45 Presentation Play 1,45 Tennis 45 Zonta Girl45 CC Merit Scholarship Award 1-45 Student Council State Con- ventionDelegate 35 Most Representative Girl 45 Honor Grad- uate. WILLIAMS, SHERYL Transfer from Panama Canal Zone5 Math 4. WHJJAMS,TERRY Science 1-45 Math 3-45 Football 1-25 Mail Carrier 4. WILSON, MARGARET Transfer from San Angelo, Texas5 Spanish 2-35 Chorus 35 ICT 4, Treasurer5 Honor Graduate. WOFFORD, KATHY Transfer from Abilene, Texas5 Science 3-45 Chorus 3. WOOD, CLIFTON Transfer from Houston, Texas5 FFA 3-4, Vice-President 45 Biology Club 4, Vice-President 45 Football 1-4, Captain 4, All-District 45 Baseball 35 Track 2. WOOD, LYNDA Transfer from Houston, Texas. WOOLEY, DONALD FFA 1-35 DE 4. WOOLLEY, RONNIE FFA 1-4, Reporter 35 Science 15 FTA 35 Spanish 35 Basket- ball 15 National Poultry Judging Team 2. WYLY, PEGGY FHA I-25 Library 2-4, Reporter 3. YEATES, BETTY FHA 15Spanish 15 Basketball 1-25 Volleyball 25 Office Staff 4. STEPHENVILLE .BUSINESSDISTRICT zi. , , 4 ,, f Staffers Linda, Charles, Sharon, and Kay advertise the progress of Stephenville 206 DVERTI ING Advertising is obviously an important part of our world today. Almost anywhere we go there is advertising of some kind. Not only do teen-agers themselves have a great deal of purchasing power, but they also influence much of their families' spending. The world of advertising helps to establish a closer relationship between the merchant and the consumer. f ' 207 Mr. Bob Self ADVISOR CABINET MEMBERS David Self, Mike Starnes ALTERNATE CABINET MEMBERS Bunkin Stone, Jerry Jackson 2 , :gf 4 i. 49 ' 'Q ,ff 7 Morris Couch First Class QV, Science EXPLGRING Our Best T oda POST 50 OFFICERS President David Self Vice-President Bill Irwin Secretary Alan Johnson Treasurer John McA1ister Reporter John Cunyus f Mike Starnes Eagle, SBP, Band, Cheerleader 4 'ef g 7, Bunkin Stone Tenderfoot DE, FTA, Golf Rickey Crow Ricky Cruz Tenderfoot Sci., Math Freddie Ables Tenderfoot w, gfw . ,A -w -my f 4 in r A on Sonny Goodman Tenderfoot Peter Grant Life, Math, Sci Span., Band, SS ,Sir .yivi .f Roger Graves Life, Biology Football STEPHENVILLE RCTARY CLUB EXPLORER POST 50 208 Eddy Hooker . Star, Jr. Off. Sports, Sci. David Self, Eagle Sr. Pres., Sting. Beau Cheerleader, Band V 'wc .C 1 Jerry Jackson Eagle, SC Soph. Class Pres . :gg 7,2 X L+' ' y...... Robert Justice First Class, SC Jr. VP, NHS, Sports fl ' I ' Eddie Purvis Tenderfoot SC, FFA BUILDS CHARACTER For A Better Tomorrow Bill Irwin, Life Math, Science, Span. FTA, Bio. f-W-'gg Warren Barnes Tenderfoot Band, NHS, SC 4, , Richard Leeth Tenderfoot Band, Math, Sci. Jim Ramer Tenderfoot FFA Alan Johnson Eagle Span., SS, Science Q -, N5 3 -97" ' Len Cedars Life, NHS, FB Cap. Salutatorian I Paul Pendleton Second Class NHS, Band, Math Bill Sherrard Star Band ,,, Q!! 5115" 7, , at Mike Cedars ' Sammy Godfrey Life, Band Tenderfoot Bio., Math, Sci. John McAlister First Class , f?"',,.Q.?f .f NY' John Cunyus Life ,....-M4.... NHS, Band, Sports Span., Stinger MF- Bill Hailey W ASSOCIATE ADVISOR Ball James Voss David Yates Tenderfoot T8r1d6I'fOOt Band FTA, QV Span I Darrell Robinson Vic Ulmer Tenderfoot Tenderfoot FFA, Bio., FTA NHS, SC, B' nga., Terry Price Gary Rogan Tenderfoot Life Band, FTA B'Ball 5 if ,av Bill Trammell Tenderfoot FFA Len Johnson Eagle Band, Span. Mike Turley Tenderioot FFA, Biology 'fa . MQ 1 ,.f..f -uf r I 44 i 'Swirl A3 , . f, J. . . ll use I 1 W I'.'1'Q:Q11"," ' ,."if55'A'f 4-Mit Mike Star, Sci., it ivy' Riggs Band Math, B 10. .A f-, , 4. a qw. 3 T 57' ' ' au 1 W, ..,-. -1 5-.4 af, 57, fl.: . V , Neal Ulmer Tenflerloot Math, F' Ball args 555413-ly We are proud of the young people in our town. We know they will carry on the great traditions of our nation and continue to build a heritage of freedom and opportunity for generations that follow. We are especially proud of these five members of our bankfarnily in the 1966 Graduating Class. f""'w Rodney Gann Connee Doshier Charles Maguire Mary Park Terrell Dickerson THE STEPHENVILLE STATE BANK "Full Service Banking" Member FDIC JAKE 8t DOROTHY'S CAFE Specializing in STEAKS, CHICKEN, SANDWICHES "Friendly Service" 406 E. Washington Phone WO 5-5211 O P E N 2 4 H O U R S f S HIGH HAMBURGER - Jake Roach and daughter, Kerry, bid arecord- breaking 82 cents per pound for the Junior Livestock Show Grand Champ- ion. JAKE 81 DOROTHY'S CAFE paid 3776.70 for the 935 pound, "Texas size" Hereford steer. STEVENVILLE SAVINGS 8a LOAN ASSOCIATION Wishes you good luck on your climb to success . . . r"fu Our Music is for Pleasure 81 Entertainment Our Business is for Service gl Assistance At BRAD THOMPSCN INSURANCE AGENCY 235 W. Washington Phone WO5-3155 Stephenville . 'AW'M,A!,,,.fJ""""'A"0'AVu STEPHENVILLE PRINTING COMPANY RAPHY --- LETT RESS . GRAHAM XAS FARMERS FIRST NATIONA BANK The Old Reliable Since 1906 , , ,,R ggsiif P- X M 4 M :igg A,.V R' f ,,V' Bank personnelgxve fr1end1y ur., courteous attention to bank f- ' ffgif . 1118 needs Of Farmers Flfsf ,sv CH Q f."' ,',,. 1Z,jR:fQ -"-" 1. ,o,..., 5. 'ri'1f::fR - if Nat1ona1 customers R R ' R ,t,,,, 1 Vtt, Rv' R, .,,., , '," 5 " .,.. ,...,, .,..., R R R ,,.. 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Q,.1....W+:, , . , V . , Q, ,Q I, ,4f.1,, gpyg 4, 2 V . .. ' 1' 7' '- 1- -5 -:,'1",1114,5.1w:2v:r 4 ,.....,. ".' J, "Lv . - Qfyfi 1i,!3E"'3's.5j2,2g1'23 'f f 4 1::-:f:"'lJh:'r111:4,12',:'-gg1:2 WW ' '- ffffffgf 311132 , ,f 2 """ :11Z" " ' :'?fp15,1,?33 in . gag. ,,-,f,,.,:,1,,:-,i" ff zvr- Zfif-ffgl 1.55 gi, A f za in J . INGRAM READY MIX CONCRETE SAND 81 GRAVEL it Service Sz Quality Guaranteed if No Order Too Large Or Too V Small 'F Brazos River Sand Sz Gravel it High Discharge Mixers 'K Extra Long Chutes Dial WOod1awn 5-5394 . Test Materials . State Approved 1375 N. Bates Stephenville Marcia, Sara and Dianne visit the Ingram plant. VERNON GUNN CONSTRUCHON COMPANY "TO THE BLUE, TO THE GOLD" Here's a toast to Stephenville High, We her praises ever sing, Stand and cheer her name once againg Loudly ,may the echoes ring. Fill a glass for happy times, Sons and daughters ever true, Always holding deep in loyal hearts The Spirit of the Gold and Blue. To the Blue -- To the Gold -- To our school and its glorious historyg To our faith -- To our zeal -- To the days we remember so joyfully. To the Blue -- To the Gold -- May we carry our banner to victoryg To our hopes -- to our dreams -- me To the world we shall make ours so Here's to all our glorious past, Here's to our victories won -- Here's to glorious future years. For our fame has just begun. Fill a glass for happy times, Sons and daughters ever true, Always holding deep in loyal hearts The Spirit of the Gold and Blue. day ACME MUSIC CO. Burl Lawrence Stephenville, Texas BELCHER'S ENCO SERVICE STATION We Give Gold Bond Stamps 220 East Washington WO 5-4116 ANDERSON MOTOR COMPANY BUICK - PONTIAC gl RAMBLER Raymond Anderson, Owner BISHOP GROCERY WO 5-4910 1313 W. Vanderbilt We Deliver BALLOW INSURANCE Forty Years Dependable Service ALLIED BODY 8- FRAME Wrecker Service ' PhOI16 WO 5-3800 BEALL's 813 E, Washington Home of Bobby Brooks Jrs. Stephenville, Texas and Levis ,Q My 2 V W W ' Annual girls take a coke break. D Q employees . . . SHS exes. DAIRY QUEEN Use our Drive-Up Window or come inside to enjoy our service and hospitality BLUE'S SERVICE STATION We Give S8zH Green Stamps 940 W. Washington Phone WO 5-5175 BROWN Sz PEARCY MOTOR CO. Cadillac - Olds - Sales gl Service Stephenville, Texas 5-3103 234 Belknap BROOKS REAL ESTATE 198 East Washington WO 5-3241 PHONES WO 5-3069 WO 5-5686 For Gifts of Distinction CAWYER DRUG STORE Health and Beauty Needs Plaid Stamps GARLAND N. ATOR For Quality Painting, Paperhanging, Sz Textone 27 years in Stephenville SAM CLEVELAND District Attorney Office Courthouse Home 5 -39 14 5- 3 57 8 DAILY EMPIRE Afternoon and Sunday Morning EMPIRE-TRIBUNE Every Friday Supreme in The Heart of Texas JOHNNTE HAMPTON CATTLE COMPANY p Office Phone WO5- 2324 Home Phone WO 5-4868 Cowpuncher Ronnie takes abreak from routine job. 3 ELLIS INSURANCE AGENCY General Insurance Auto - Furniture - FHA Loans FRANKS T. V. SERVICE 1050 East Washington Phone Wo 5-3825 GIFFORD RADIO 81 T.V. SERVICE ERATH EGG FARM Phone WO 5-4219 "The Kind of Leghorns You Have Always Wanted" 220 W. College Phone Wo 5-3280 Stephenville, Texas BARNES 81 MCCULLOUGH GOODYEAR SERVICE STORE 354 E. Washington WO 5-3127 Lumber, Shingles, Sash, Doors "Everything to Build Anything" JOHNNIE'S BEAUTY SHOP Latest in Hairstyles 191 Harbin Drive Phone 5-4896 Offlcesi AL A. PINNELLI F, Buffalo Sales Representative Y New York City Stephenville Dallas Wo 5-7351 hz., ' Chicago ig? MANUFACTURERS OF INSTITUTIONAL FURNITURE HARD MANUFACTURING COMPANY David Hale Robert Justice Johnny Collins Joe Pinnelli Mike Watkins TEXAS SALES SERVICE CREW S' QF IGNGLAND CENTER Q I R BARBER SHOP 11 5, -LU James Mast, Sr.Owner ""?f'F"'2""'iAj ligfgg 627 Lingleville Rd. Next Pwxse X' 4' G. K. LEWALLEN WESTERN STORE "lf It's Western We Have It" NICHOLS FLORAL CO 270 N. Belknap WO 5 4316 "FLOWERS FOR EVERY OCCASION C. O. MCMILLAN Attorney at Law Neblett - King Building Stephenville, Texas MAJESTIC BARBER SHOP Wade Sz A. O. Holley 192 N. Belknap Stephenville, Texas BERRY'S DRIVE IN Fresh Fruits and Vegetables Don Blain, Manager 1512 W. Frey 5 4134 Cheryl and the mannequins ol Q W HOPPE' i 1 We Give S 8: H Green Stamps PHONE WO 5-4318 1'71W.WASHIINGTON STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS 76401 "With the girls in mind' JACK ARTHUR THEATRES MAJESTIC STARLITE For an Evening of Good Economical Entertainment Remember Movies are your best entertainment value HOMER NIX HARDWARE 193 S. Graham WO 5-4637 - VERN O. PENDLETON Mobil Oil Co. Consignee WO 5-4710 1621 E. Washington J, C. PENNEY CO., Inc. Stephenville, Texas PERKINS GROCERY We Deliver 802 Tarleton Avenue Phone WO 5-3143 PHlLLlP'S X-RAY PLANT BU CO, Rex Morgan, Supt. Roy Futch Earl Collins John Cannon St9DheUViU9, Texas Robert C. Long Ralph Hymer 202 Graham St. WO 5-5787 QUALITY GLASS 8: BODY SHOP No Job Too Large Or Too Small 24 Hr. Wrecker Service 5-3391 111 Morgan Mill Rd. 5-3087 BRANDON FEED CO. Stephenville, Texas ROBERTSON'S '7-11 STORE 622 E. Washington Phone WO 5-5101 Stephenville, Texas Open Sundays RUSTY 8: NITA'S CAFE Lingleville Road ZANE CARTER INSURANCE AGENCY Phone: WO 5-4487 SANDERS GROCERY 1004 W. Tarleton 155 N' Graham P' O' BOX 11 WO' 5-7472 Stephenville, Texas SCOTT VETERJNARY HOSPITAL Phone WO 5-3435 Stephenville, Texas SHANNONSUPPLYCO. Ram081T-V- Butane - Propane 81 Appliances Stephenville Texas Lennox Air Conditioning - Heating 7 n W M SPEEDWASH 1 p I, Laundry and Dry Cleaners 1 W' "" ' Wayne Garner Washington Sz Lillian Stephenville JOSEPH A. CHANDLER Attorney at Law Neblett - King Building Stephenville, Texas Cap-and-gowned Seniors long for that good Lennox Air Con- ditioning. STARNES BEAUTY SHOP Up-to-date Beauty Salon 1015 N. Ollie WO 5-3912 STEPHENVILLE FUNERAL HOME WO 5-5022 Stephenville, Texas STEPHENVILLE FLORAL CO. "Flowers For Any Of Your Occasions" Mr. 8: Mrs. J.H. Ferguson Phone WO 5-3619 STEPHENVILLE VETERINARY HOSPITAL Stephenville, Texas 58tlO BENFRANKLIN 58t1O "Locally Owned -- Nationally Known" 124 Belknap Stephenville, Texas "Where You Can Find Everything" GLASGOW FARM STORE STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS Box 27 WO 5-4822 De Laval Milking Equipment Parts - Service Wanda Oil 8: Greases Klenzade Products U. S. Royal Tires Richmond Tires Sz Batteries Home Lite Chain Saws BUILDING MATERIAL I c om DANY I Re failLum15er.De.aIer.r "Better Homes For Better Living" Stephenville, Texas n . S 1--7, Bottled Under Authority of the 4 X 64 A 1 V ,WL ,,,,, , . mf Coca- Cola Company by "Texas Coca- Cola Bottling Company" Stephenville, Texas Jacket grid fans patronize Coca-Cola trailer at Memorial Stadium. You are invited to skate at STEPHENVILLE ROLLER RJNK Lingleville Rd. Phone WO 5-7185 TOMMIE'S BEAUTY SALON Latest in Hair Fashion Phone: WO 5-5844 246 W. Mason STYLE SHAPER Ruby Cashon 8: Pattie Crosby 580 N. Race WO 5-7577 SWINDLE JEWELRY 186 N. Belknap Street Next to Majestic Stephenville, Texas HOLIDAY MOTEL Where Smart People Meet Heated Pool Recreation Room West City Limits - Hwy. 377 HOLLINGSWORTH POULTRY FARM Hens FRYERS Turkeys Phone WOodlawn 5-3367 Louis B. Whyburn, Owner gl Manager Before you buy, try COOK IBROS. LUMBER CO. South Loop 195 Phone: 3065 or 5411 Stephenville, Texas Where you will find more complete stocks of Dependable Quality Merchandise co x' s Distinctive Gift Wrapping Qm'D5 A Specialty TREWITT-REED FUNERAL HOME Stephenville, Texas Mr. and Mrs. Scott D. Reed Phone WO 5-3313 WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE N. E. Corner of the Square WO 5-3418 Sporte1"s Paradise JIMMY'S SPORTING 81 HARDWARE Kingland Center Ph. WO 5-7246 Stephenville, Texas 76401 JONES CHEVROLET CO. W f,V, QL? Sales Service Z Z 1510 on your dial We don't want ALL the business JUST YOURS! WO 5-4990 CREWS REPAIR SERVICE American-Standard Heating and Cooling 504 E. Clifton, Stephenville, Texas Ray Crews M 1, 4 WW DR. PEPPER BOTTLING CO. Dublin, Texas Jacket grid fans patronize Dr. Pepper 4 trailer at Memorial Stadium. KIMBELL-STEPHENVILLE CO. Wholesale Grocers WHITE MOTOR CO. Chrysler - Dodge WHITE 8: WEEMS SERVICE STATION 309 W. Washington Phone WO 5-4513 Stephenville, Texas TRAVIS MCMAHAN Jeweler West Side of Square Stephenville, Texas PAYTON 84 FRAKES All Jersey Milk 8: Ice Cream It's Days Fresher F li-EL I HERRIN MOTOR CO. BOB HERRTIN, Your Friendly Ford Dealer KING ABSTRACT COMPANY East Side Square Phone WOod1awn 5-4717 Abstracts . Title Insurance Land Surveying . Maps Thomas B. King Ann Oxford Mailing Address P. O. Box 250 Stephenville, Texas 76401 PERRY'S 5 -10 - 2512 STORE PIPER FEED AND SEED Owner L. D. Piper Manager E. L. Burns, Jr. Morgan Mill f We sell purses, too. MCDONALD SHOES INC. WHITENTON COLOR T. V. Sales 8: Service AdmiralDealer 2720 W. Washington Ph.Wo 5-5818 Stephenville, Texas 76401 GWYNDOLA H. WOLFE General Insurance Phone WO 5-3615 234 N. Belknap' MARTIN BROS. GULF PRODUCTS - WHOLESALE 8: RETAIL Lf it's for the Car, Truck or Tractor, WE HAVE IT Phone WO 5-4113 "We Never Close" We Give S 8: H Green Stamps SCOTT'S CLEANERS AND HATTERS "Not How Cheap, But How Good" WO 5-3515 STEPHENVILLE OFFICE SUPPLY AND EQUIPMENT CO. STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS 76401 WO 5-5342 119 South Graham JoJuniorandParkland QM, of Dallas PARK-VILLE MFG. CO., INC Mrs. Helen Hampton, manager KW Sissie knows boys like Jo Juniors. V W Il J, .5 512 v-1' PAIR PHARMACY f - fx, ' Douglas Pair, Pharmacist Stephenville Hospital Stephenville , Texas PIGGLY WIGGLY Stephenville, Texas Quality Merchandise Always' We Give S Sz H Green Stamps STEPHENVILLE STEAM LAUNDRY AND CLEANERS FREE Pickup and Delivery Phone WO 5-3145 TOBY STONE REAL ESTATE East Side of Square WO 5-5450 CLYDE V. SWEENEY Attorney at Law Stephenville State Bank Building WO 5-5470 Y! 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