Taft High School - Tracks Yearbook (Taft, TX)

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' Z Dig those dudesl Waitin' for grub, HIGH WINDOW First row: Richard Breese, Sandra Davis fDistrict A11 Star Castj, Mar- tha McKamey, Jan Sides, Miss Foote, Seated: Evalynn Hendrix, ALTERNATES Bill Moore, James Miller, Selda Hamilton, Carolyn Tenery, "JUNIOR PLAY " First row: Ray Roy Cardwell, Eddie McDonald, Second row: Mary Richter, Nancy McDonald, Mathiida Adney, Sharon Briscoe, Lynn Barker, Kay Robertson, Third row: Jan Sides, Richard Breese, Nickey Melton, Leroy Moody, Charles Knox Jenkins, Girls' Singles KAY ROBERTSON Girls' Doubles MARY LYNN BARKER BARBARA SCHOLZ Boys' Singles CHARLES KNOX JENKINS Boys' Doubles RICHARD BREESE DRU WOODSON , - , ., . W 5-. W ,135 . - ww, Emma Mwehwr, ,kk I . r, h -- ' M' A ,, , . A. .reg 'www 5' M. Qi , Q su 4 'W' .. ff' TW , ' u t 'vp " ft""l'5 w, , at ' wr W, First row: B. Coates, N. Huestis, L. Mayo, R. Lerma, R. Rosson, J. Mayo, C. Jochetz, B, Moreno. Second row: T, Wolf, D. Beard, J, Edwards, J. Petty, S. Soliz, R, Johnson, V, Jaloma, T. Pullin, D Hutto, A, Molina, Coach Barrow, I I I I Standing: Coach Petty, R, Elzner, H. C. Stover, W. Pustejovsky, T. Brittain, C, Parker, I. Ford, P. Elzner, R, Breese, Kneeling: T. French, G. Rodriquez, J. Guinn, D, Downie, R, Humphrey. n , 0 o Front row: G. Palmour. J. Yglesias, D, Chrestman, F. Flores. Kneeling: A. Garcia, R. Lerma, B, Pressley, S. Smart, f46mez77Z4z'efz 73-'eel 1-fdme Wtem, 71414 0,94 ta Zan, Zee: Zeedl '7aeel Zle Aeeee meet 7-We 7am and Zteeleeezeea Em Wed Ze. Wada :de Sedan! We Zone, 'gfezee 4 70445 Za 75ee! Lf f, ,Q-C 1 ' ..,N --"A '-. .... , - 1 ,Q v. .. . , .1 A -,.e -.-..--h .. ...I ,,, . - W. ,4-.fffhanf .A -,.,',,.j', z' .g ,'o' ' u '- . r.' -. - X I . U U16 mylft has tlioulsaud :yd ' ' 4 4 ,Ami the day but one: llqt the HM! ofthe brig!!! World dies ' U V MM thc dying- sun. 1401147714161 v . 21443 1-fam Wtam, 4414455 zaqw, Emwwiwwfwffdffdf amimae. 7amcmdaw44mzzd, eaezeaellde, 7f4cZtot4ecc5aoZwe hae, ?fmea4z2mzzaz4ee.f 42 ."2 S I nmfmmm mnnnmf' Q' Wiz H u U! SAX 1-'liek fddqed BQ' f' W s,, 95153 5 ' E E: M4 5 5wM'gmW-aww 5 AWQMWSM lv' iv' I' 5,2 i GJ I I 0 Spam 140 s . n 1 . , I-:ouuuuuovu,..-uf -. . u-N" aio. ....,.-..,- l O 'tl , Q 0 .',.c: 'nf Q, 4 S ,".:-u . v .o- o .zz .0 5 us. ,go -pun., Q ,u av: as .R un , ns u.uo 0 m .' u'l'u:"'. '..s . Q . Y! "'? nfs an' Q? . .'l .. or .,' . N . . -' u P! l .,i so 'Q .'4G-mr IN MEMORY OF ALLEN MOORE The student body, faculty, and the many personal friends of Allen Moore mourned his untimely passing, at the same time admiring the courage and cheerfulness with which he awaited the end he knew was coming. Although Allen is gone, the qualities that made the real Allen Moore will stand as an inspiration to us who knew him. His courtesy, clean habits, cheerful disposition, and friendliness toward everyone will remain a lasting memorial. We the Annual Staff sincerely dedicate this, the 1957 edition of "Tracks," to the memory of a wonderful person, Allen Moore. l l C X .- f- N A ',, Qwwfff ...-2, I am always sincerely glad of the opportunity to "speak" to you, the student body, through this medium. It is good to be able to let you know that we, "the older generation, " feel that our nation will be in good hands when it comes time to lay the responsibility on your shoulders. It is our hope that we, your teachers, administrators, and friends, have been of some assistance in helping you to prepare for this responsibility. To you all - and most especially to the senior class - our sincerest good wishes for the continuance of your most cherished dreams in the future. D. L. WOODSON sv s l 'ul W. W. COPELAND, IR. CN., A 2. .P 4 It would seem rather a difficult task to fit a message to the theme ofthis year's TRACKS, since life itself is so much more than a carnival However, if we can keep in mind the work, care, and love that must go into the making of a carnival, perhaps we can realize the enjoy ment that the carnival in its entirety symbolizes. It is my earnest wish for this year's graduating class that each senior has learned and will remember to blend work, care, and love into the myriad of life's tasks sothat the burdens will lighten themselves and the joys and bless- ings be appreciated. I nfs. Q6 -iw 'tifixlqy ff I 'fx' eb Jae 'I ls? ik lava". 5 It in nn, , x ' 'I ' V 54010 f Jiffy, X 4 . get 4 Y :V 'Q M I . QQ. N-J s .sis-5.8 . vg -.' ,gr is eds "Vw ali imaging, :Q ' ,Ah- .'.l'I'f'if,'1?-2' ' ' ' ve-ff! 'm,K'xr A P,- 'ff 'ff wg' 1 Pllfn 3 -K 'J fix' ' V N' "X5'fsw' A I-.-.."" ,pkg r K3-fag: fi f:,,,,: xckfff 'N if favs 1' J ' Clk.. .- v-i 'f'. ' X' '-133 Q , ' fl ? Z 1 ' fwg x' 4 U - o o s President K. G. MCKAMEY Vice President EMMET FLINN Secretary W. O. LAMPRBCHT Tax Assessor and Collector E. G . MUCKELROY .t ,O .. 9 ,Q Z: 9 If RALPH M. BENNETT Choral B.M., Southwestern at Memphis M.M . , Texas University I S gddftdqg 63 R. B. KOONCE W. R. FIKES C. H. MAYO GRANT CROLLEY 0 D. L. WOODSON Superintendent W. W. COPELAND Principal B.A., Southwest State Teachers College M.A., N. Y. University . . iw Q :L B.S., Southwest State Teachers College M.A ., Texas University MRS . W OODROE PET TY School Secretary - 5K 1 ,gg 6 Us v. 3 ill? .1 ,n ' I5 3 fr . lil? A FRED ROTZLER Band B.S., North Texas State College 'SQ 1 ty-5 4'US SUE FOOT E English B.A ., Texas University S 'js M.A., Trinity University - iii All 'N - i " - 'E -af ' ' L ' : .lk fi :'.7"1 Xl if, if-. .4 f':,,a?. er f ' 'Q i :rf Q. .I .-. .' I .1 ' ' Q ' , , .sf , . 4, . WOODROE PETTY A Mathematics, Head Coach ., B,S,, M,S,, Texas A8LI sg li EMILY WILSON Home Economics B . S . , Illinois State N ormal University ' f if sr 1 FLORENCE MAYFIELD Business Administration B.s., s.w.T.T.c. 3, it "BUCKY" BARROW Math and Science B.S., A841 GLADYS THREADGILL Social Science B.A., Southwestern University M.A., A851 College MR. WADE English North Texas State College East Texas State Teachers College B.S. JO., -,D 99 A LICE RAY Physical Education B . S . , Southwestem IRENE ORTEGA Social Stud1es and Spanish 5 ,af ff I1 1"7 -M E, A iws FS.: is S LAYTON ADAMS Vocational Agricultuxe B.S., A851 AGNES CUMMINS Science B.A., Texas Tech c K JOE DU NHA M English Journalism M.A ., Texas University Rt B.A., San Marcos M.A., A8tI MAVIS R. DAVIS Librarian B.S., Oklahoma University 5 EWELL SESSOM Physical Education B.S., Southwest Texas State 1' :fx . 'A 'QC Y ,f its l I if . f in Z' 9. ,. -4. l Semzm f ln M Z Y W Z' fl 3? 7 1 I sv. M. -.1 Senior: MARTHA McKAMEY - TIM WOLF 3, 'W '29 8AL UR S3 ff"'N 7 K Q Q 1 qwtxnxs X N Ng' van- iv 'N x ' Offcbefuz President - - - - ROSS HISEY Reporter - - - - - - -SHARON HALL Vice President - - - - JO ED PULLIN Sponsors - - - -MRS, DAVIS Secretary-Treasurer - - - - SUE TESTERMAN MR. DUNHAM Y , ,rf-on-.., ffl MARY AGUIRRE "lt takes all sorts of people to make a world." TOMMY BRITTAIN 'A cowboy through and through." IU? 1--' 1 5 ANGELA BRICENO "Happy, carefree, and contented." Y 'f"ht T RONA LD BARTOSII "Those who say the least are often the wisest." YVONNE BRITTAIN "Light of heart, and pleasant to know." ruff'- -Quan-+A-sv -A ,.. .WQA L...- , 7' A i fi 'U' Q fif:wLf3 S ifffr . Q i ' 3 ' GLORIA CANDELARIA 'Quiet, but mighty nice." She MARY CU MMINS may look quiet but again." .felis 092 as ws . gk ,k.. X , aqua ig ,Z K 1. vii' Q R .. 1 s ff A . es, , k . 'I 'ss 1 L: I ,,g-+L L 5 -L Rst! fu Xmivx ir! ee, 'ASX'-S1N'k DAN cones CARMEN CA SAS "A friendly girl, with a friendly way." JERRY EDWARDS "His talents are of the silent kind." if "Life is a mystery, and I'm trying to unravel it." IN gh ff 'U' 3 P . ? x N mi I 1' 'is GERRY FULENCHEK As cheerful as a whistling teapot." TOMMY ALICE GARCIA She says much, and thinks little." 1-FN Xi QR it 6 OMELIA GARZA "A friendly gal. " 5 0'Nx , Q z z.. .24 sw v ' Ns I? pf' Xa CQ 1,1 more S No! Available MANUEL GARZA "I like workg I could sit and watch it for hours." JUDY G OBERT "A loyal companion, an excel- lent friend. An earnest worker and true to the end." 2.4 ' Q E' , . .Y ,go-H-X 4' 'WN SF C ,, 1, PHOTO NOT AVAILABLE L K ' 2 A LICE GON ZA LES A friendly hello for everyone." SHARON HALL A smile for all, a greeting glad. An amiable, jolly way she has." f" QYK 'NYS BOBBY GRY MES "If girls interfere with your work, quit work. " ANGELITA GONZALES "Sweet and Nice." CHARLES HA MILTON "He carries his troubles in his pocket with a hole in it." 5""i 'Q' it L, Y ' 5 fix Q t S' SELDA HAMILTON "Her laughing eyes and curly hair do help us all to banish care." MARY IIMENEZ. "A nice girl to know." 5 inf!-lv1-Mx r n 4 ROSS HISEY "Leave silence to the saints: I'm just a human." 7 K EVALYN HENDRIX "Her witty remarks keep us in stitches." ROY JOHNSON "Major leagues, here I come. lv" -an-J if: Q lf 4? VTX 41"-eq' yt N., .9 vs. GEORGE KUBISH ROBERT LERMA "I'll not budge an inch." TONIE LOPEZ "Light of heart and pleasant to know." QUUIN OFELIA LOPEZ "A man of silent n1ood.' MARTHA MCKAMEY "Happy am Ig from care I'm free." 'Q 15' ? -' . Ig , .. D 4.'4 "Her future is planned - third finger left hand . " pqe FUR A fl . ,,.-:gf q,,, 'QR JIMMY MILLER "That man with a horr1." BASILIO MORENO His friendliness makes a hit." vc 'KN Wx I 1' 4' 'WW' BILL MOORE "I'll agree with you, but you're wrong. " 'W NP' ALONSO MOLINA "A nice fellow." MARGARET MUNN "Love cometh like sunshine 1-'E' -X 'Ui Y P I 'Q'-'Y' ELIZABETH NUNEZ KAY O'BRIANT "Full of life and lively fun." BEVERLY PHELPS "Her gift to us is loyalty." set ,af "The two studies she likes best of ally The heart of a boy and basketball." X xx x l Jax Airs 9 EDWIN PIPER l ' ' - 1 r 'If "Lo! He is smiling." 1' 4 5 IOSEFINA PENA "Kind and Considerate. " h 4 Alr'w ,li R an , as 4'1" 1 A V S of W .YA PAT POWERS They gazed and gazed, but still the wonder grew, How one small head could carry all he knew." MA RGA RITA ROIAS "Always a friendly Hello." I' ' l N. 'bw IENNELEE RICHMOND "The remedies of love she knew by name, for she was worldly wise in that old game. " -Y aff C 1 JOE ED PU LLIN "Give me my boots and saddle BA RBA RA SC HOLZ "Whatever she attempts she does well." ,fs :gg Pin. GE . 5 . i V15 I I SIPRIAN SOLIZ "A good ole guy." SUE TESTERMAN Them eyes - them dimples O, what a gal." s CAROLYN TENERY f...,,.k rU'f"" H. C. STOVER "A pal easy to like. MARY LOU TREVINO "Love is Spontaneous. .D 5 "A friend and pal to everyone. " v 1 k . ar Iqf' - rl ii l 1' DAVIS TURNER TIM WOLF "Therc's no music like hillbilly "The answer to a Yankee music." maidcn's prayer." DRU WOODSON "l3cware! I may yet do thing sensational. " PEGGY WYATT Some- "A swell girl, with ai smile for all. L! . 1 X. E -'UN CQ AGUERRE, MARY - Volleyball 1,2: FHA 1, 2, 3,4: Pep Squad 1: Band 2, 3,4: Bad- minton Third Place 3: Tennis Third Place 4: Usher 3,4. BARTOSH, RONALD - FFA 1,2, 3: Band 1,2: Football 2,3,4: Track 2. BRICENO, ANGELA - Choir 3: Class Secre- tary 4: Baseball Club 4. BRITTAIN, TOMMY - Choral 3,4: Band 1, 2, 3: Most Handsome Nominee 1: Track 2: Junior Play 3: Basketball 1,2,3: Paper Staff 3: Science Club 1,2: Variety Show 3: Spanish Club 1. BRITTAIN, YVONNE - Band 1,2,3,4: Dis- trict 2: Regional 2: State 2: Secretary 4: Usher 1: FHA 1, 2, 3,4: Parliamentarian 4: Science Club 1, 2: Class Reporter 3: Best-All-Round Nominee 1, 2: Best-All- Round 4: Follies 1: Junior Play 3: One Act Play 3: Variety Show 4: Press Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Paper staff 2,3: Co-Editor 3: Amrual Staff 4: Assistant Editor 4: Stu- dent Council 3,4: Secretary 3, 4: Dis- trict Declamation 1, Speech Club 1,2: Tennis 3,4, Third Place Doubles 4. CANDELARIA, GLORIA - Pres Mex: Choir 2: Best-All-Round 2: Class Favorite 3: Stu- dent Council, President 4: Senior Pres- ident 4: Class Treasurer 3: Hiking Club 1. CASAS, CARMEN - Choral 2: Student Council - Program Chairman 4: Cheer- leader PPS 4. COATES, DAN - Science Club 1, 2: Jour- nalism 4: Press Club 3: Speech Club 2: Variety Show 3, 4: Usher 4. CUMMINS, MARY - Science Club 1.2: Fol- lies 1: Annual staff 1,2, 3: Choral Club 3: Class Favorite 2: Football Sweetheart Nominee 4: Band 1, 2, 3,4: Majorette 4: FHA 1: District Typing Fourth: Queen Nominee 3,4: Quintet 2: Dirty Thirty 1: Student Council. EDWARDS, JERRY - Football 4: Science Club 4: President 4. FULENCHEK, GERALDINE - Junior Play 3: Senior Variety Show 3: Tennis 3, 4: Page 4: FHA 3: Paper Staff. GARZA, OMELIA - GARZA, MANUEL - GARCIA, TOMMY ALICE - Follies 1: FHA 1: Pep Squad 3,4: Queen Nominee 4: Most Beautiful Nominee 1: Band 1, 2. GOBERT, JUDY - Band 1.2, 3,4: Majorette 3, 4: Treasurer 4: Queen Nominee 2: THS Queen 4: FFA Sweetheart 4: FHA 1, 2,3,4, Secretary 3, Song Leader 4, Dis- trict Officer 4: Choral Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Best-All-Round 3: Variety Show 4: Fol- lies 1: Usher 3: Paper Staff 3,4: Annual Staff 4. GONZALES, ALICE - Pep Squad 1: choral Club 4, Secretary 4: FHA 1,2: Band 2, 3,4. GONZALES, ANGELITA - GRYMES, BOBBY - Transferred - Most Handsome Nominee 4: King Nominee 4. HALL, SHARON - Choral 1: Librarian 2: Pep Squad 1,2, 3, 4: FHA 1, 2, 3,4: Re- porter 3, Historian 4: Paper Staff 3,4: Variety Show 4: Usher 4: Speech Club 3: Class Officer 4: Annual Staff 4. HAMILTON, CHARLES - Band 1,2: FFA 1, 2: Basketball 3: Choral Club 4: Best-All- Round Nominee 4: King Nominee 2, 3: Paper staff 1: Science Club 1, 2, 3: Class Favorite 2: Class President 2. O HAMILTON, SELDA - Band 1,2,3,4, All- Disnict 3, Regional 3, State 3: FHA 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Corresponding Secre- tary 4, Treasurer 4: Science Club 1, 2: Dirty Thirty 3: Junior Play 3: Follies 1: One Act Play 3: Best Actress District 3: Class Favorite 3: Usher 1: Queen Nomi- nee 4: Football Sweetheart Nominee 4: Paper Staff 3: Press Club 1,2, 3, 4: An- nual staff 2, 3,4: Society Editor: Speech Club 1, 2: Choral Club 4: District Decla- mation 1: Band Ensembles 1,2,3: Variety Show 3,4. HENDRIX, EVA LYNN - Band 1, 2, 3, 4, As- sistant Drum Major 4, District Band 3, Regional Band 3, State Band 3: Tennis Doubles Second Place: Paper Staff 3, 4: Science Club 2, 3, 4: Dirty Thirty 1: Sextet 1, 2, 3, 4. HISEY, ROSS - Band 1,2, 3, 4: Class Presi- dent 1,3,4: Most Handsome Nominee 2: Science Club 1, 2, 3: Football 2, 3,4: Basketball 1, 2, 3,4: Track 2: King of THS 4: Baseball 4: Choral Club 3. JIMENEZ, MARY - JOHNSON, ROY - Football 2, 3,4: Basket- ball 3,4: Paper staff 3,4: Class Favorite 2: Baseball 2, 3, 4. KUBISH, GEORGE - LERMA, ROBERT - LOPEZ, OFELIA - Band 1,2, 3: Volleyball 2, 3: FHA 1. LOPEZ, TONIE - Pres Mex: Hiking Club 1: Outreach Chairman 3: Class Secretary 3, Historian 4, Reporter 4, Executive Offi- cer 4. O O MCKAMEY, MARTHA - Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Pres- ident 4: Drum Major 3,4: Student Council President 3,4: Annual Staff 1,2, 3, 4, As- sistant Editor 3, Editor 4: FHA 1, 2, 3, 4: FFA Sweetheart 3: Class Favorite 1,4: Most Beautiful Nominee 3: Queen Nomi- nee 2, 3,4: Class Reporter 2, Secretary 3: Junior Play 3: Variety Show 4: Band En- sembles 1, 2, 3,4: Tennis, Fourth Place Doubles: Football Sweetheart Nominee 4. MILLER, JIMMY - Band 1,2, 3,4: Science Club 1,2, 4: Choral Club 3,4: Junior Play 3: Speech Club 2, Poetry Reading - Third Place 2. MOLINA, ALONSO - King Nominee 4: Base- ball 3. MOORE, BILL - Band 1,2, 3, 4, District Band 2, 3: Junior Play 3: Science Club 2: Choral Club 4: Declamatim 1. MORENO, BASILLO - Choral 4: Custodian FHA 3: Pep Squad 4: Science Club 1,2,3: Baseball 4: Spanish Club 1,2. MUNN, MARGARET - Band 1,2,3,4: FHA 1, 2, 3, 4: Quartet 1,2, 3, 4: Usher 3,4: Dirty Thirty 1: District Typing 3: Science Club 3, 4. NUNEZ, ELEZABETH ' Choir 3: Council 3, 4: Class Treasurer 4: Hiking Club 1. O'BRIANT, KAY - Choral 1,2: Librarian 2: Cheerleader 3,4: Pep Squad 1,2, Queen Nominee 3: FHA 1, 2, 3,4: Variety Show 4: Paper staff 4: Usher 3: Tennis Doubles - Second Place: Volleyball 1, 2: Badminton Doubles - First. PENA, IOSEFINA - Choir 2, 3: Council 4: Sewing Club 2. PHELPS, BEVERLY - Transfer - Pep Squad 3, 4, Cheerleader 43 Variety Show 43 Choral 43 Paper staff 4. PIPER, EDWIN - PULLIN, JOE ED - Class Vice President 1,42 King Nominee 43 Most Popular Nominee 3, Most Popular Boy 4g FFA 1,2, 3,4, President 3, Reporter 43 Band 1,23 Paper Staff 4. POWERS, PAT - Transfer - Honor Student. RICHMOND, JENNELEE - Transfer - Pep Squad 43 Junior Play 33 Variety Show 43 Paper Staff 4. ROJAS, MARGARITA - Choir 1,2,3i Class President 33 Hiking Club. SCHOLZ, BARBARA - Follies 13 Science Club 1,23 Press Club 13 Band 13 Queen Nominee 1,42 FHA 1,22 Pep Squad 23 Cheerleader 3,42 Most Beautiful Nom- inee 2, Most Beautiful Girl 43 Most Pop- ular Nominee 33 Student Council 43 Vice President 43 Annual Staff 43 Paper Staff 43 Editor-in-Chief 43 Variety Show 43 Usher 33 Tennis First Place3 Choral Club 33 Librarian 33 Badminton Tournament 3, Second Doubles. SOLIZ, SIPRIAN - Choral 3,42 Track 3,43 Baseball 3,42 FHA 3. STOEVER, H. C. - Football 3,42 Track 3, 43 Choral 3. TENERY, CAROLYN - Band 1,2,3,4: Ma- jorette 3,43 All-District 33 FHA 1, 2, 3, 4, Reporter 2, Parliamentarian 3, Secretary 43 Dirty Thirty 33 Junior Play 33 Follies 13 One Act Play 33 Class Vice President 33 Student Council 43 Choral 3,42 Usher 13 Paper Staff 1,2, 3,42 Press Club 2, 3, 43 Annual Staff Photographer 43 Speech Club 1,2, District Declamation 13 Area Chorus 43 Band Ensembles 1, 2, 3,42 Powder Puff Football 33 Variety Show 3,42 Science Club 33 Dance Band 2, 3. TESTERMAN, SUE - Choral 1,2,3,43 Librar- ian 1, 23 Cheerleader 2, 3,4, Head Cheer- leader 43 Queen Nominee 2,45 Most Pop- ular Nominee 2, Most Popular Girl 43 FHA 1,2, 3,4, Historian 2, President 43 Class Treasurer 2, 3,43 Secretary 2,43 Pa- per Staff 3,43 Pep Squad 13 Variety Show 43 Junior Play 33 Usher 33 Student Coun- cil 33 Editorial Advisor 4. TREVINO, MARY LOU - FHA 1,2,3,43 Pep Squad 1, 2, 3.4: Choral Club 1, 2,4. TURNER, DAVIS - Football 2, 3,43 Basker- ball 1, 2, 3, 4, Reporter 13 Band 1, 23 Track 13 Most Popular Nominee 33 Most Handsome Nominee 33 Vice President 33 Baseball 23 Junior Play 33 FFA 1,2, 3, 43 Science Club 13 King Nominee 13 Choral Club: Paper Staff 1, 2, 3. WOLF, TIM - Football 3,43 Basketball 3,42 Baseball 2, 3,42 King Nominee 43 Class Favorite 3,4. WOODSON, DRU - Football 2, 3, 43 Basket- ball 1,2: Baseball 43 Band 1,2,3,4, Sec- retary 13 Science Club 1, 2, 3,42 Choral Club 3. WYATT, PEGGY - Pep Squad 1,2,3,43 FHA 1, 23 Science Club 1,23 Senior Variety Show 43 Junior Play 33 Volleyball 13 Bad- minton - Doubles - First Place 3. Q ' .1 .1 fw- Senior Boysr? Just the gang. Senior Gil'lS?? same face. Selda and Judy Tommy!! just Evalyn. s , 'GN - 7 'N A 1-' E. i 1 ' , -f...r,pui j . Mgr w Q A ' A- ,g x ' Monkcys?? ' - Cute Hat. 1 The Girls. Ross!! 9' 'v Cute Dog. BilShfU1 Charles? ' c ' I v-2 X QXXNN lu -if" f'C'r.5" Ziff gr- ,X ,y J S-aj ,y is N XXN S9 ' 'xr Jfnu lg 4 1 x.Z"N Z'-' 64056044 ' - -141 i I '71 OW '5- in ffm, W -'Ffh W4 P 9' P'f,'Q?E President ' ' ' ' ' ' MARVIN VESELKA Reporter - "" - ' ' RICHARD BREESE Vice President - - ----- JOHNNY FORD Sponsors - - - - - - ---- - - MR. WADE Secretary-Treasurer ---- RAY ROY CARDWELL MRS. CUMMINS f 'Y' 1. w Al I 11"- af' Y-7 -" 1. BREESE, RICHARD CARDWELL, RAY ROY CASIANO, HUMBERTO coATEs, BERTHA NELL DOWNIE, DONNELL ELZNER, PETE 4 , ' 1 J' f, "' iw Q' .f . 3 ,J Y Y 46' -I ff . f? 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President - - - JIMMY MAYO Reporter - - - - BILL LAMPRECHT Vice President - - - CALVIN JOCHETZ Sponsors - - - - MISS FOOTE Secretary-Treasurer - - - SANDRA DAVIS MR. ADAMS 021W-k Q N 100 IUSV 553 I 4 f, 'v "1 cl 1 ,NS -V r Davis, Sandra Davis, Tommy Delgado, Guadalupe Dominguez, Dora liichblatt, Marlene Eldridge, Mike Emmons, Galen Fikes, Billy Flores, Arnulfo Garcia, Cristina Garcia, Gilbert Green, Juanita r , 'F- P -vs -s 7 f H' I f l X 1 5 1 2 Allen, Bill Arevalo, Omega Autry, Billy Bartosli, Geraldine Beard, Durwood Beltran, Alice Beltran, Grace Brittain, Paul Burnam, Bobbye rv .',. " wx 7 v 'fl U- X 3 , ' vw, Coleman, Vernal , 11 Crow, Donald we r if Curtis, Nell ,f 9 ,. i V 'N 'W' .05 Us 41 ' 1 ig, f a D -QW N l 3 ' Xu 1 .ct Q 4 ,.. 3 ,, an ,,, M 1 .. P I rv A x 4 ' Y all' 'T -5- I x ' ' - muxms ' ' ' N . , N. .4-Y' ', ,, ,g 'J fl. 'N . J , , .-B ' N x , L Ill X V xx A X59 1 5- UX V I i 14, .E E 5. Guinn, Jimmy Ki l 2 Haak, Dolores ' ,T ,I C13 Hennessy, Glenn J Hernandez, Casilda YK yn Holley, Susan za 1 , - - -xx f r 'Q 4- in . J -e 'J Ivey, Warren Y I ' " Jimenez, Sofia ' .K I " 7 R 'I Jochetz, Calvin , 'X - K ' vi ', . tqngirk ,DM Q X r 'W 1. u , I X xy 4 ! I I , , Kubish, Bobby A b y 'Z' Lamprecht, Bill X ' , Lackey, Ginger S ' X ' 1 LaGue, Sue Ellen ' f J f X a - -9 . ' . J alll' LaMont, Donald McBride, Ray McKinny, Preston Mayo, Larry Mayo, Jimmy Medina, Arturo Messer, Kelly Molina, Delia Morris, Sue Carolyn Nedbalek, Bobby Palmour, Gayland Petty, Jimmy l 'W' 'Qu' ' ' , 1 I-5353 Ik' isx J I 5 n WI . 1 ni. Px '-V2-1 1. A X1--wif,-.ww-. J, ,fs Lf 'S 1 ' - pun 1' N'-ci' Fi D J, J lrft. , -,"Q 505 1-1 '1 if YH? is My, . A KX 4: rr tru' V- 'Y K' 5 -ll W a 1r.X 'wW ! Y' A1 ii A W' P W QW J I 2 A 126 'Sf A 1 " u.v':3:2b1:N wr? Tasch, Al Thorsen, Nancy Torres, Edmundo Trevino, Elena Williams, Charlotte Woods, Marie Wright, Pamela WU era' Pressley, Butch Powell, Gay Pullin, Terry Pustejovsky, Warren Ragle, Verne Randolf, Wayland Rhodes, Leonard Rodriguez, Alicia Rodriguez, Felipe Sanchez, Sylvia Sherek, Johnny Standlee, James 'i 3-. pg 205-ffi C' , '91 C8 ga.- 3 K N XIIIIIMW WW ,gl Q Z ffffl L 5 ?w45mea K Wwwwv . N55 f X f""'1 .'x :tg A WW gggrsrw 4. -f.-.own M.- s.f ar Qxx, sw we I his nf' or yqj, President Vice President - - - ROM SeCI'CIilI'y 9' L Uffezew -' - - ----- NICKY HUESTIS Reporter ------ - - - - - -Treasurer ----- SHIRLEY WILLIAMS EO LERMA Sponsors - - - - - 3 Q JIMMY MITCHELL ' -MRS. WILSON MR. PETTY Baird, Charles Benavidez, Angelina Blackwell, Tommy Bustos, Antonia Childers, Gary Chrestmen, Don Coates, Bobby Cummings, Don Cummings, Judy Decherd, Ion Downie, Eddie Dugat, James Edwards, Lorita Escamilla, Angelita Escamilla, Mary Ferguson, Peggy Flores, Fred Garcia, Adelina Garcia, Alex Garcia, Josephine Garcia, Martin Gonzales, Gilbert Gonzales, Manuel Hester, Billy Q., f 1-I if 5 5 Q. 3-'vi U' C fi' f J 3' V, f P. . Q Q 'M ,fmifi gl' Q 6. x N fig, '- lx . ff: V. X - 1 lf.. ,- K ,L 5 ,Q W, '1 S -'VA 3 'Q J I N , .. , y CN f 5' . , i E' ! X l J, , ,Ur 1 4 si' w. L - V t 4. 58 v' S W a u-new we sl al ,f , is ,K .2 fc' , fl Q 2 is Q. .. --V S 3 .Nw-sy A q X l J iw 1 -in , 43 -:'1'-7 ,SIP 'iz ,.: ,al N", x , ' - 'WM- . if x W I 'CKE -eg, C , Q 455' 3, L, ,, 1 . Kg ' k nvkrwx, 4157- A3732 nv P 5. ,s M- 3 S 1 wg, lf'- Hill, J. 'l'. Hinojosa, Marie Huestis, Nickcy Kooncc, Ray Kooncc, Lavctta Kooncu, Mike Lcrma, Romeo Martin, Doug Martinez, Ignacio Masquifclt, Irina Mayo, Gail Melton, Dianne Mirclcs, Henry Mitchcll, Jimmy Murph, Wayne Narvacz, Virginia Nctck, Bcrnicc Newsom, Ruth Ann Prez, Bova Piper, Rita Plata, Henry Pullin, Jay Ragland, Harriet Ramercz, Mary lQy 15 J' t 'T wr" K Y A 43 sift? ' I ,vm ' ,Et M fx , ?'i::x - in' ' ug- ! X L- il 45 1'- ,X 'rv Q 4 ., :- , ,S A L , 'P 355 ,X il 'K 2 Q 'Q 4, 'Nr-1' f 'CIS W x N V, 'X ,-s 0 - ' V: ' 4 .-- , A Q, X Q' an 'QT 'ZF T ' : 'Q' A X 4, im , .t ,gi ...E JT 5 Ramos, Dora Q , 5 Y , A .ff W LQ:-e, Carole Ann lug, Q ' Rofwertson, Curtis iv ,, ' 1 Rowley, Billy -M' if Nulihoqn Sanchez, Josephine . ,-. i ' ,- fv , u 4 Sanchez, Zulena A , , V, f ,xt Sifuentes, Antonio , W. ' , --l Smart, Sonny ' Egg, . E K - A Y Schmidt, Bill 5 3 " '43 -IX b S 2. Thurmond, Sylvia 3 'Jr ig, X in-. g. Toland, Becky f i . E- "" Vcrnor, Mary Louise ,. 'x - "' Y 3' Q, 1' X We ' . i . si 'H' i Vicken, Orville ,l - g, , . . Q Villegas, Victor 3 K I Walker, Arthur -- -5 if ' ' , West, Michael ', F Moto-tow V , Avniinsu ' as L ,V 9 Eg -Sli , v-' K , 1 West, Valerie , 4 M Q vs Williams, Gorden ' X : .Q Williams, Shirley V 7 - "' lgi' , fb ' " Williams, Parthenia ' I-f im ' ? 'i ! f. f 4.-X fax -XV' f 'Nl A I JL' Ri ' N fu!" at Q . F f.' f ' 2 f Filfifls --"J??f,Jif.f t 5 " if - a f l l -:fl ill ix Q -,-- -w ,Y ri as , viii A ll Wilson, Janet 'I ,v- 4 in i Yglesias, Joe fi:-r' 'fl 1. i F7 , -. I V A 4 'on .5 fr" 5 1 :.l.'?,'?!' t' in "ob, g's ' if-1 g-'f'92:f" 4' ' .5 f 'Z '?:153.Ql'i- B' f ' 4 "' ' + A Wx V I .Q Q M ,f il, - .tx , 7 4 ,74 4 I Akin? - V 5'-as fi fl -el I 4 O II I I If 2 K f 4X Z .5 . , -91"-ff ' f ' ir? XX.. .: ,' 11' .,,, 'fa Z 'QM' 'J' WWW J-C095 3, . Q . A Q, . ,,,.-nv' ' 1' , 4 ,- KM ,,.p-1 Zaeen WW 9405 Tw? 2044 'Zfeuy Seniors MARTHA MCKAMEY, TIM WOLF YN' is is' ' . . '- L ,f ,V . , 'A 'UN' zf'f,1J.:- A' , i.'-'wxdsgifba N '- Soph CALVIN JOCHETZ, SUE ELLEN LAGUE f .fiv- O aeea Juniors PETE ELZNER, MARY LYNN BARKER WCW- '. . +I. wyxfftl S ix -2 A 'f, ' , '--1 :ff gfiii, , 5 X Af, " '- 1 2 - v:fU'1f'f J . ,f v Y, if- , ,V -1 . fx , 'E .1 H fn v gn 'f5'4'-ru. :WS HUY Eff ' N" . , .A . ,Li -.-., ."!g1:i?Ur. 2--. .+'n-fab.,.,,i'A -3.4, ,.f5:Q.",-14 , JL. A L Fish SONNY SMART, SYLVIA THURMOND L,, 5s.rs+.1v N.. .-fm ffi:q.5..-.vf -ffif ii A 'S f Lf: ' - - 5 w , W? f x " ' 20444 QWW u 3 71 H' 15? f" Lflfiefhr, . A V,,T5,,. vu.: 58:1 ff lwnqwfdqo fn 23' --4 y, 7. me 775445 geaazeyul 1 7Zawncq 7fZoDaor46i 77am Wamdseea x .L W, Z? W, fx' 7 My lf S 'B i , ,gl y v ' nf, 44: ' X: , 1 ' A f if: f 1 in Q ng' ' Vp-14 'Q . .h ,4 XF? S Q, K ,C 39 . g K ' ' Q , L A K . . " jfegg , - , ' , A h 1 .f ,kfpr , f 1 , ig . L fu., 5 ,1L,.,..,f?. ' - f W .rr 1 M ' ' ' . -gin: i U., .4 ' 4 f 7525 "C SH- f"L'1 SY- - X X X 1 X Y' ...J . . . 5? 2, . X-5s5:w5f. . ,Q Kim, AS 1 ' A - s if . Y . an rug , .Q A .Ht Li X ,L 5 s Q in , Q S i- 32 Q L .'3-nf A 3' 1 'LJ'?9 Q Aww ff-n 3' xg.. Qi CHARLES HAMILTON, YVONNE BRITTAIN f R, Y e i, WL 2 .Av BUTCH PRESSLEY, GAY POWELL e4Zff4KZ- ddltd ROBERT ROSSON. BEVERLY BURCH I JAY PULLIN, GAIL MAYO , ., Y ,..L,.1V, , -, vt ,QWuvi5,,,. - 5 LSbQQQ'7'54.gG'x3FiEf',.9,L ' 251' Q y.......1......... .5 ,Ju 4' ' X BUTLH PRESSLEY 2641 140- famed Fapalm Qi Jr? wh-Wk' 39:-vf'NEI.f, 'z,tM,4'i3?4-'3a',-v,f. ,.,. I 's 5' wit' 'f ff. ' rw! , ,L L . ' I, bm -In, Ui If VU' , .J - H , gig, .. W .'- " '33Q"y..:."41 xi- w.'f"'i6' 7" 'X ,,f'hg.vt."f ,' ' . ' '- ,i gg., 7,,.g.Ejr4,k .331 1,34 H'1ff,,,,, ,fijgyi-x,fig,k.l ew- f. A Hg. '..-"'9f'- " 'f w ' . 7 ' '-4 f -"-V, v "f -' Q-', lwff. I I N- . H, I will 5',Zf,ff -3 . ME?'f3I3S"?g'r'"'7'5iiffvf.1:+A. I, ,V-V xcm., ,Evil 1,54 g,a,1.'.w Vai., ,gun Tayzxm 1 V 2f""T-ffzff-',., AYTU5-10 515:"fPJ :Y 'mv ,611 -, -W W "',""F'lig1f' '-:ff I sn 3:5 . .J1.,,545.,-.I .gvg,,y,,,,, ,iflfkf .4-r,, fy .fag -:V . , 2 H ,A .W I A I , --,-'f3I '11, ' .64-'11, .V .' .,:H."'I s'J"'L ' ' - MARLENE MAUCI-I MARVIN VESELKA SANDRA DAVIS SHIRLEY WILLIAMS BILLY FIKES DON CHRESTMAN Q A 1 , ' ,,W'A A J A M- 4, 'L 4 uf I if ff' ff f - 1 ,Af Q , Y I. , rl .f ff g A . I ,ff , 1 f 5 v I iv? ffl ! ,. , S, W V lf , , 5 1 I f , T -4 A N , 5 ', ' ' I uw ' I MII' M an , LW M R SUE TESTERMEN Q.. X iw Wim' .55 ' vs W gr' . .Y AXQ. , " 5 I ,4 .f JOE ED PULLIN 3- '96 x06 Sweetheart: Escort: JUDY GEBERT JOHNNY FORD MARY MARTHA S SELDA HAMILTON MARTHA MCKAMEY MARY CUMMINS F. F. A. Sweetheart F. H. A. Sweetheart F. H. A. Sweetheart PETE ELZ NER IUDY GOBERT CHARLES K NOX JENKINS R :K - ii if fs ' if T. H. S. Coronation King and Queen Nominees. Pages! King and Queen Nominees wmv . Q 1 r in , 4 Ushers. 1 5 . N Nominees v -1 ,J 4 Q 2 ri" "' ff! 3 Crown Bearer and Court of King and Queen Queen' g l g sb K!! 1 Kg 1 rr 1 XXX , 1 F lfmlffh PKK K f""' 5 9-f ff, C '-- f' ,-:CW-Qc ' ' f ff. f "".g, I '7 K Z O f- X . F' C 5- Q C, 5? 5' ,.f- 5, fc- K P It xc Z-K f Y f f' , - '- K' C 6 If Arai cf G ff Lcgf 24. rf' ,, Q- Af 60 I 38 V C' 'ff' I. t 'S fs King Nominee - JOE IBD PUI.I.1N Queen Nominee - SELIJA HAMILTON 1.3 ...Pl Y l 1 3 . H bg 5 nf fi ., ' 5 We ,wfmaal Sfdff Editor, Martha McKameyg Assistant Ed- itor, Yvonne Brittaing Business Manager and Artist, Barbara Scholz: Staff Workers: Carolyn Tenery, Judy Gobert, Selda Ham ilton. qfoculaffieqfoaozdasfdff Editor-in-Chief, Barbara Scholzg News Editor, Mary Lynn Barker: Sports Editor, Richard Breeseg So- ciety Editor, Nanci Lockeg Feature Editor, Beverly Phelps, Editorial Ad- visor, Sue Testermang Editorial Staff: Evalynn Hendrix, Leroy Moody. Presidem -... ---- S UE TESTERMEN Vice President - - - - BERTHA NELL COATES Secretary - - - - - - CAROLYN TENERY Treasurer ---- ---- G AY POWELL Parlianientarian - - - YVONNE BRITTAIN Cortes. Secretary - - - SELDA HAMILTON Historians ----- - - SHARON HALL Reporters - - - - KAY ROBERTSON 7, 741, Area Third Vice President - - Song Leaders -------- Civil Defense Chairman - - - Community Project Chairman -asm. LORITA EDWARDS - - - JUDY GOBERT - - - JUDY GOBERT SYLVIA THURMOND - - - KAY O'BR1AN'1' MARLENE EICHBLATT King Nominee BOBBY GRYMES Queen Nominee SUE TESTERMEN ffm' 1: iw We K President ---- - - - ROBERT ROSSON Vice President RAY ROY CARDWELL Secretary ---- ---- L EROY MOODY Reporter - - ' - JOE ED PULLIN Sentinel - - - - PETE ELZNER Treztsurer - - - ROBERT ELZNER Sweetheart - - ' - JUDY GOBERT Advisor - - - - - LAYTON ADAMS 1 ,-A 5. King nominee ROBERT ROSSON Queen nominee SANDRA DAVIS FNTT +R 9 Y 1g 5' any . nw A. Q Y.. y.. like -veigfii '- ...' Hi. h,..v.r ,v,- u4,,, A M ,R 'Q-if ,QT nl .. .s . I - fav .' President - - - - Vice President ---- v ' ' ' King Nominee - RAY ROY CARDWELL Queen Nominee - MARY MALCOLM CUMMINS Secretary-Treasurer - - - - Sponsors - - ----- - ...vu-......-..-..--.-V.-f....,,,i, .,,,i.... ... ...-.... ..,,..,,M,.,,,,M, ,. ,.,,,,,, ,,, . ,, 4, MARTHA MCKAMIIY BARBARA SCHOLZ YVONNE BRITTAIN - - MRS. CUMMINS COACH PETTY ..r .... - .. ..-..,.,.n .Avr- , , LM. . -egm ,Q SUE 'R TESTERMAN i ox MX'-'I ,fi 5 1 1,4 1' 3,3 ni , King Nominee, ALFONSO RIVERA Sponsor, MRS. RAY QUCCII NOITUDCC, ANGELINA BENAVIDEZ Secretary-Treasurer, BERTHA NELL COATES President, MARY ANN RICHTER Pm S ,M-H' Y -all 5. Jr., Vu. Ai fi fo" fsf f- W iq .- ,rf N f ,., ' f' -5 fn? fs 'Q f" 'N X 5 -X K Q ry 'N ,-xr 5, f ,W 5 4. fn K f-xg 5 ,rx .x xx ,du 55 x -KAY .-5 f- Xe fx fx -- - .-Z' ' F A '5- -5 ,- lf' 4. 'N 5 Q .5 'X 5 31,1 , .-l ,. ,.. 1- N N f f f r' 5 f 't fs a-5 r r- "5 ' fx vs f1'N ,..f' f I I' S fn 5, fl' Q ,Fw A ,, ,. f-Kr ' .X ff Fx 5.5, rg. ,K ' NX "' Q- -x,?bi!- "',-4 .1 .x 7,- ,,,- HN A DIRECTOR Fred Rotz ler FLUTES Selda Hamilton Margaret Munn Sandra Davis Pamela Wright Rebecca Toland OBOE M ary Cummins BASSOGN Bill Moore Eb CLARINET Yvonne Brittain Bb CLARINETS Mary Lynn Barker Sue Ellen LaGue Sue Carolyn Morris Nancy McDonald Bobbye Burnam Geraldine Bartosh Peggy Ferguson Alex Garcia Bill Rowley BASS CLARINETS Mary Aguirrie Lorita Edwards CONTRA-BASS CLARINET Marlene Eichblatt ALTO SAX Martha McKamey Tommy French Bill Lamprecht Mary Louise Vernor TENOR SAX Kay Robertson Gerry Fulenchek BARITONE SAX Jan Sides James Dugat BASS SAX Evalynn Hendrix CORNETS Ross llisey Dru Woodson Ray Koonce Kelly Messer Warren Ivey Gilbert Gonzales Orville Vikens HORNS Susan Holley Don Crow Bill Schmidt Romero Lerma Gail Mayo Nancy Thomson TROMBONES Al Tasch Verne Ragle Bruce Barrow Lewis Garcia Bob White Mike West BARITONE Carolyn Tenery Gay Powell Jon Dechard Gary Childers Charles Baird STRING BASS Jimmy Miller BASSES Don LaMont Robert Lerma Floyd Martin Billy Hester PERCUSSION Judy Gobert Marvin Veselka Mathilde Adney Ginger Lackey Mike Eldridge Sylvia Thurmond 4 e Y fi.. if Q , 'QQ Q? ff? k . W BL xiw fl T Si 1.- 5 Ls -.. .wg me ' Gil? mf' is ba fn fif S v-ma? N- w A 7' Aflim Q 'inf 5 S, Ji, ' 31 X Z5- Q . fw- 1' f4uz4zM: Deana 77547214 EVALYNN HENDRIX MARTHA IWCKANIEY 74? Zane! For the past several years the Taft Band has been an outstanding organization. This year the band has proved to be no exception to that rule. The 1956-57 band can be doubly proud of their accomplish- ments because they have had to make the transition from one director to another and with it learn a completely different style of marching and playing. The success of their transition was borne out at the marching contest in its class. In addition to the marching contest, the band participated HF all football games, pep rallies, and bonfires, doing its best to maintain a high degree of school spirit. In the spring, the band will give two formal concerts and enter the concert and sight reading contest, sponsored by the U.I.L. For a band trip this year, the band will exchange their instruments for boots and spurs, and travel to the wide open spaces of a dude ranch near Bandera. OFFICERS KING and-QUEEN NOMINEES OFFICERS Director - RALPH BENNETT During the past four years the Taft High Chorus has accomplished a number of things worthy of recognition. Besides singing for such lo- cal organizations as the Rotary, Kiwanis, Taft Women's club, P.T.A. local churches, they have sung for District T.S.T.A . and District Superir1tendent's meeting. Also, during the past four years the choir has most often given a Christmas program and a spring concert. They have participated in region clinics which were held at A851 College, Kingsville, and Del Mar College, and were recognized as one of the outstanding choruses of Region VII. There have been thirteen members of the chorus who made the All-Region Chorus and five who have been a member of the All-State Chorus in Dallas. Four Members were in the All-Region Chorus dur- ing 1956-57. The Chorus' activities in the interscholastic League has been sat- isfactory. During the school year 1955-56, the Chorus experienced great satisfaction when they received a "I" rating in concert in the UIL. Also a "I" rating for the girls' sextet, boys' quartet, and the chorus accompanist fGinger Lackeyj received a "I" rating in piano solo, QBuzz White, tenorj received a "II" rating on a vocal solo. Out standing programs were given by the boys' octet, mixed octet, and the girls' ensemble during 1955-56-57. King and Nominees Queen ,,,,z4"'!4.'Zy! x ,xii fd!!-fd sp! Mffzf Q I ff' Z ""' Q 'Z Z' g 4' an ' ,s 5 420 SF . "'I 9 J ng Q A 4- fn A - Q ,f-?- 4 Xfxfjff Z xiyfly l 1-A A swam U 1 m UV rf f ?fWfw The 1956 season started rather slowly with the Greyhounds dropping the first three games. It brightened up considerably as the Greyhounds romped over the College Academy of Corpus, 32-7, and played Robs- town, quarter-finalists in 3AAA, a close one before losing 20-12. From this time to the end of the season injuries riddled the squad, and became more numerous as the season progressed. With key players out in every game after September 21st, the Greyhounds managed to end the district play in a tie for second place. The all-district team included one Greyhound, Pete Elzner, a unanimous choice. Things look a great deal brighter for the 1957 Greyhounds, as they will start the season with seventeen lettermen instead of six they had in 1956. A Q 1 ag X 5623 Q3 ai 1 1-W ' 1 eww? 'Me 1956 tbl' , R - ' Y , , . 1 i M- ' ' fl. , :1"f. '. A 1 R ' K '45 A vfx .YL fx- " ROSS HIS FY Captain Captain PETE ELZ NER Queen Nominee King Nominee BARBARA SCHOLZ NICKEY MELTON ROBERT ELZNER JOE SHEREK DOUGLAS HUTTO TERRY PULLIN JOHNNY FORD PETE ELZ NER LARRY MAYO ROBERT ROSSON JIMMY MAYO - Manager RONALD BARTOSH H. C. STOVER BUTCH PRESS LEY ROY JOHNSON JERRY EDWARDS RONNIE HUMPHREY CHARLES JENKINS RICHARD BREESE TOMMY FRENCH MANUEL GARZ A ALONSO RIV ERA VALENTIN IOLOMO CHARLES PARKER I -xr. TIM WO LF NICK EY MELTON BUBBA BARROW DRU WOODSON pp Il 6404 COACH SESSOM Z 9 'IB N1 3241! N191 J 11111 T411 24 15-111 lft 1511L?XfL-dx A'1 3 17 14 d U af 11 U ., 5 .ax C 1 1 13119 NIC KEY MELTON ROY JOHNSON KENNETH ALBERS RICI MRD BREIZSI DAVIS TURNER TIM WOLF JIMMY PETTY BUTCH PRESSLEY COACH SESSOM CHARLES IDARKER WARREN PUSTEIOVSKY The round-ball season started in Taft High School with two letter- men and a young group up from the "B" team. The season had its thrills and disappointments by beating some of the largest schools in our area. Through desire and willingness the Greyhounds won 13 and lost 11 games. The season ended with a fine banquet given in honor of the basket- ball team by the men of town and a loyal group of fans. The lettermen for the team were: Tim Wolf, Captain: Davis Turner Captain: Kenneth Albers, Charles Parker, Warren Pustejovsky, Roy Johnson, Nicky Melton, Butch Pressley, and Jimmy Petty. The "B" team lettermen were: Nicky Huestis, Richard Breese, Tony Bustos, Gavine Rodriguez, Durwood Beard, Jan Sides, Romero Lerma, and Bobby Nedbalek. Pg. .go .I.' 'J I P I Y ,NA I' O ..Dh X ,sq ' s 0.9 . I :' 'I I u '- N 'D ' 5 0.06- . A f r l' X if ' , v 'A x! X F GObCI'I lf ,,, ' 1 I W Li A .. au X Solder Hamilton Yvonne BI-inain Carolyn Tcnery clcrry lfulenchek Barbara lean Scholz Evelyn Hendrlx Mary Malcolm Cummins Sue Tesrerman Ka y O'Bri21f1I Sharon Hall J X-T . 5.5 I 'J ,flfm mf b bf 113: 1,8 Tm V. . Q 4 Q .V X it 54 S Q mix Q f - ,,1.- w . - 'S V' 1 ':A1.xfa.vf w .f 1. 'Q ,L Sw QNNW, X. 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