Terrell High School - Tiger Yearbook (Terrell, TX)

 - Class of 1965

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With the stage set and lights ready, the curtain slowly rises, opening upon a splendor of emo- tions, excitement, and moments of joy and sadness. This is the year 1964-65, our anticipated year that must and will be an unparalleled success. Our stars, the Seniors, with their lines and actions properly rehearsed, smoothly portray their long sought roles. The Junior co-stars will certainly be rewarded for their roles as best support- ing actors. The understudies, the Sophornores, have gained much experience and will rise to greater heights in the coming years. All ther lines and actions will be watched with great ad- miration by the Freshmen to prepare themselves for their future roles. , Dances, class parties, honors, holidays, exciting games, and of course diligent studying en- hance our plot. With each scene our play becomes intensified with our fond memories of Terrell High School. l 5 Mr. John B. Chambers will always be remembered by the classes and faculty of 1965 because of his ready sense of humor, his willingness to join in fun, and his active interest in the students and activities of Terrell High. In the six years Mr. Chambers has been a chemistry teacher, he has held the love and respect of students while maintaining good discipline. Mr. Chambers shows his respect and concern for students not only by sponsoring the Senior Class and Chemistry Club but also by his everyday dealings withthem. With deep appreciation, we dedicate this 1965 TIGER to Mr. John B. Chambers. 6 gwf QDVNSKCXQY im? 1 NQ Nou? New QM www ? if if f iHWwa. MW 9' iz 1 M -, -wb! , - Q, , M ...Q 'fm .jf i 2. ,. G mqsdjf CxX0nQ XQuv'vx. AQOQWYPMU M r. Grady Hester 'l'oday's education offers our youth an cverincreas- ing wealth of knowledge and training to fit young pcoplc for living in this space age in which we find ourscivcs. It is my hope that each oi' you will take from Terrell High sufficient knowledge on which to base a high goal in a good life. Mr. Dan O Douglass If it is success that you want, you must make your own opportunities as you travel through life. The person who waits for the smile of good fortune will live to be jealous of his neighbors. Through their guidance . . . MRS. BARBARA BECKER MRS. C. F. BIRDSONG JOHN BOSTON Spanish English American History MISS MARY CAVE JOHN CHAMBERS MRS. BELLE CHASTEEN Geometry Chemistry English Geometry MRS. VALERIE CLEAVINGER MRS. H. DAVIS C. E. DONNELL English Counselor Vocational Agriculture I0 understanding. . . and wisdom, MRS. GUS FARMER DEE A. HAWES MRS. H. W. HENDERSON Home Economics Industrial Co-operative Training HOUTS Economics 1 , MRS- GRADY HESTER MRS. BOB KEELING BOB KEELING GCDCYE11 Math Tigerettes Business Arithmetic General Business Typing Health B. D. 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I5 ia 3 9 ,kj CLASS OF ICER President: Bruce Wood Treasurer: JHHCI THOUTPSOU Vice President: Tommy Bell Reporter: Jim HOHSIOU Secretary: Lea Ann Dudley .TA MES BRUCE WOOD "Brutus" Class President 1, 2, 3, 4 Football 1, 2, 3, 4 All District Honorable Mention 4 Track 1, 2 Student Council 2, 3, 4 Vice-President 3 President 4 State Convention 2, 3 F.F,A, 1, 2, 3, 4 Treasurer 2 Vice-President 3 Lone Star Farmer 3 Tour of Europe 3 State Convention 2, 3 Class Favorite 2, 4 LEA ANN DUDLEY National Honor Society 4 Class Treasurer 3 Class Secretary 4 Band 1 Tennis Club 1, 2 Annual Staff 3,4 Business Manager 3 Assistant Editor 4 Typing Club 4 Cheerleader 2, 3, 4 Head Cheerleader 4 Valentine Princess 2, 3, 4 Homecoming Princess 3 Class Favorite 3 Student Council 3 Best All-Round 4 "T" Award 2 Key Club Sweetheart 4 THOMAS ROSS BELL " Tommy" Class Vice-President 3, 4 Football 1, 2, 3, 4 All District 3 All District Honorable Mention 2 Basketball 1 Baseball 2 Golf 1, 2, 3, 4 Track 3, 4 Key Club 3, 4 President 4 Delegate to Club Convention 3 Citizenship Award 3 Best Personality 4 Junior Play Cast 3 JAMES BARBER HOUSTON, JR. "Jim Bar" Class Reporter 4 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Librarian 2, 3 First Solo SMU 3 Marching Coach 4 Band Announcer 4 JCL 1, 2, 3, 4 Reporter 3, 4 " T' Award 3 Concert Choir 2 First Division Bass 2 Librarian 2 N0 longer underclassmen, JANET SUE THOMPSON National Honor Society 4 Class Secretary 3 Class Treasurer 4 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Majorette 4 Sergeant 2 Choral Club 1 F. H.A. 2 Typing 3, 4 President 4 Valentine Princess 1, 3 Most Beautiful 4 "T" Award 1,2 "Trial By Jury" Cast 1 CAROLYN BEA TRICE ALLEN "Kellie" Tigerettes 1, 2, 3, 4 Rank Captain 2, 3 Majorette 4 Tigerette Reporter 3 Secretary-Treasurer 4 Choral Club 1, 3 Tennis Club 2 Debate Club 4 Annual Staff 3,4 Advertising Staff 3 Business Manager 4 Snow Ball Princess 4 Concert Choir 3 11,0710 Oil IOP of J. KEITH A RMS TRONG " Jake" Class Secretary 1, 2 Football l, 2 Track ,l Key Club 2, 3, 4 F. F. A. 1 DALHTA JAN BLASIUS Tigerettes 1, 2, 3, 4 Assistant Rank Captain 2 I. C. L. 1, 2 Nurses Club 2, 3 Secretary 3 Typing Club 3, 4 Vice President 4 Valentine Prince SS JOHN EDWARD BELEW Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Quartcrniaster 3 Inspection Officer 4 Second Division Solo 2 First Division Solo 3 "T" Award 3 Stage Band 3,4- F.F,A. l,2,3,4 BRENDA SUE BROCK Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Place 4 Marching Medal 2 Dallas Area Band 2, 3 Second Division SMU Solo Band Secretary 4 J.C.L, 1,2, 3, 4 Plebian Aedile 2, 3 Curile Aedile 4 First Place Vocal Contest 3 Choral 3 Trio Accompanist 3, 4 "T" Award 3 Homecoming Princess 4 Librarian 4 2 Class rings set JAMES RICHARD BOWLES "Rick" Football l, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1 Golf l Baseball 2, 3 Track 2 Athletic Club l', 3, 4 .T.C.L. 2 HENRY .TAY BROTHERS u Jay: F.F.A, 1, 2, 3, 4 F.F.A. Dairy Award 2 apart proud Seniors LANI COURTLANDT BROWN "Oscar Meyer" F. H.A. 2, 3, 4 Fourth Vice President 4 Nurses Club 2, 3 Choral Quintette 4 Pep Squad 4 All Senior Honor Choir Transfer from Killeen, Texas A ANITA MARIA CARMONA "Nita" Pep Squad 4 Concert Choir 3, 4 Choral Club 3 Future Nurses Club 1, 2 F. H.A. 1, 2, 4 'H' NELL BRUNER National Honor Society 3 4 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Sweetheart 4 Stage Band 3, 4 Librarian 3 E LC.L. 1, 2 Secretary 2 Tennis Club 3 Typing Club 4 Concert Choir 2 Homecoming Princess Class Favorite 2 Snow Ball Queen 2 Homecoming Queen 4 Most Feminine 4 Student Council 2 "Model Bride" 1 an W .wu- DONNA LYNN CLONTZ Volleyball l Tigcrutrcs 3 J.C.L. 1,2 Choral Club 3 Librarian 3 F,ll,A, 4 Junior Play Cast 3 Graduation, college Brrrr LEE CARR P.H,A, 1,2,3,4 JAMES DANIEL COFFEE Track 4 Tennis Club 4 Most Collegiate 4 Transfer from Brownwood 4 await class of 965. f"'CXN.. JOHN LESS COOPER " ohnny" Z, Class Vice-President 1 Football 1, 2, 3, 4 All District Honorable Basketball l, 2, 3 Track 1, 3, 4 Athletic Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Vice-President 2 President 3, 4 Most Handsome 4 Mention 4 x f' X 0 i f ' v 1 'J ,f J LK A ' Xf' NORMAN DUDLEY CRITTENDEN ff! GRACE ELAINE DA VIS "Gracie" National Honor Society 3, 4 Concert Choir 1, 2, 3 Vice-President 3 Typing Club 3,4 Secretary-Treasurer 3, 4 F.H.A. 1 Songleader 1 Tennis Club 2 Football 1, 2, 3, 4 All District 'Honorable Mention 4 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2 Athletic Club 1, 2, 3, 4 MARIA EUGENIA DIAZ "Pee wee" Tigerettes 2, 3, 4 F.H.A, 1 Speech Club 2 Typing Club 3, 4 Most Fun 4 h, how we yearned or DIANE MAYO DEAL uDe Den National Honor So Tigerettes 1 Choral Club 1 Tennis Club 2 J. C. L. 3. 4 "T" Award 1, 2, 3 Latin Award 3 Student Council 2 ciety 3, 4 SARAH MARGARET DONNELL T igerette Announcer 4 Band 1, 2, 3 Sergeant 2 Treasurer 3 Band Announcer 4 Stage Band 2 J. C. L. 1, 2, 3 Annual Staff 4 Chemistry Club 4 Treasurer 4 knowledge - but of what ROBERT EMERSON DOROUGH "Rob" Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Transport Officer 3, 4 Second Division SMU Solo 1 LC. L. 1 Key Club 2, 3 Tennis Club 4 Latin Award 1 Boy's State 4 Junior Play Cast 3 P BEVERLY JEAN ELLIOTT Volleyball 1 Choral Club 1, 2, 3 Secretary 3' F. H. A. 4 Pianist 4 Concert Choir 2, 3 All-Senior Honor Chorus 4 Quartet 3 Quintet 4 Trial By Jury Cast l MICHAEL LYNN DORSEY "Hess" Baseball 3 F, P, A, 1, 4 Athletic Club 2, 3 Class Favorite 2 ANNA BEL LEE FARMER Typing Club 4 Citizenship Award 4 Transfer from Dallas 4 Golden words to us DA VID LEON ELLIOTT " David" Football 1 Golf 1,2, 3 Track 4 Athletic Club 1, 2, 3, 4 LAURA GERALDINE FERRIS " Gerry" National Honor Society,3, 4 F. H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Nurses Club 1, 2 Latin Award 1 "T" Award 1,2 Citizenship Award 3 Homemaker of Tomorrow 4 FP? Im cz Senior n0w."' LARRY FINLEY JA MES TERRY FORD " Chevrolet" Football Manager 3, 4 Track Manager 3 Baseball 4 Key Club 4 Athletic Club 2, 3 FFA l Hi-Life staff 4 JERRY MY FLOWERS Adlletic Club 2, 3 ICT 4 BARBARA IO HARMON "Babs" Band 1, 2, 3, 4 E. T. All-Senior Honor Band F. H.A. 1, 2 Speech Club 3,4 President 3 Secretary-Treasurer 4 Friendliest 4 We fought trig and physics VERNON WAYNE GRIFFIN Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2 Track 3, 4 Athletic Club 1, 2 Key Club 3, 4 Friendliest 4 JACK D. HARWELL Track l, 2, 3 Basketball l, 2, 3 Captain 3 F. F. A. l, 2, 3 Sentinel 1 Second Vice-President 2 Parliamentarian 3 Radio 2 Fourth Place Farm Mechanics Award l, 2, 3 Dairy Farming Award 3 Certificate of Merit 3 Lone Star Farmer 3 and emerged victorious IESSIE NADJNE I-IARWELL Volleyball 1 F. H.A, 1, 2, 3,4 Treasurer 2 Fifth Vice President 3 President 4 State Convention Delegate 3 Future Nurses Club 1, 2 .I CHARLES RICHARD I-IENDRICKS "Rick" Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Track 1, 2 Basketball 3, 4 Baseball 2, 3, 4 l.C.L. 1 Key Club 2 Athletic Club 2, 3, 4 Vice President 3, 4 JACKIE ANN HAWKINS Tigerettes 4 F, H. A. 3, 4 Fifth Vice President 4 Transfer from Memphis, Tenn W e learned about Shakespeare .TOE ALLEN HOGAN Baseball 3 F.F.A, 1,2,3,4 Sentinel 4 MONTY JEAN HOLLAND " Trouble" F. H. A. 4 Snow Ball Princess 4 Transfer from Burleson, Texas 4 LEW DA VID HUNT Band 1, 2, 3, 4 All-Senior Honor Band 4 .T.C.L.1,2, 3,4 Publicity Tribune 3, 4 Photographer 1, 2, 3, 4 State Convention 3, 4 Boy's State 3 National Merit Scholarship Finalist 4 Junior Play Cast 3 "T" Award 3 Cum Laude National Latin Contest 3 fthe hard wayjf IA MES RICHARD JOHNSON Football l, 2 Athletic l Science Club 2, 3, 4 LA RRY RIC HARD JONES "Rick" Football 1, 2, 3,4 All District Honorable Mention 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Track l, 2, 3, 4 Regional Track Tea Baseball 2, 4 Athletic Club l Key Club 2, 3, 4 Songleader 4 Class Favorite 1 Most Athletic 4 IT1 BONNIE JEAN JOHNSON Typing Club 3 FHA 4 Hi-Life 4 Transfer from Tyler MARGARET ELIZABETH KILMER " Margie" F.H.A, 1, 2, 3,4 Future Nurses Club 1 Scrapbook Committee 1 Highlight of a woncleqful JAMES RICHARD KEEN llAggieIl Band 3, 4 Choral Club 4 Concert Choir 4 Boy's Octet 4 Speech Club 4 J. C.L. 1. 2. 3, 4 Local Costume Contest Winner 3 F.F.A. 2 CAROL ELIZABE TH LEA F. H,A, 1, 2, 3 Secretary 2 Treasurer 3 Debate Club 4 Secretary 4 "T" Award 1 year . . Senior Day ROBERT H. LEDBETTER " Lefty' Baseball 2, 4 Athletic Club 2, 3, 4 Science Club 1 Choral 4 ,gill ROSA ELAINE LOWRIE " Charlye" Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Flagbearer 3,4 Choral 1, 2, 3 F. H.A. 4 ROGER DALE LIVINGSTON FFA 1,2,3,4 As this year grew short, CAROLE JANE MADDEN F. H.A, 1, 2 Hi-Life Staff 4 Speech Club 3, 4 Reporter 4 Speech Play 2 PAULA DeLYNN LYON Band 1, 2, 8, 4 Drum Majorette 4 Tennis Club l, 2, 3, 4 Vice-President 4 Homecoming Princess 1 Snow Ball Princess 3 F.F.A. Sweetheart 4 Most Courteous 4 Concert Choir 1, 2 T. H. S. Merit Award 1, 2 RAMON MAGRANS Baseball 4 QVVVQLN Athletic Club 3,4 Transfer from Miami Beach, Florida one thought - it is the last! BILLY RAY MALLETT Science Club 1, 2, 3 Vice President 3 Chemistry Club 4 President 4 Student Council 4 CARROL LYNN MARTIN "Tadpo1e" Volleyball 1 J.C.L. 1.2. 4 Typing Club 3 Student Council 4 JOE ALEXANDER MARSH "Yates" Football l Manager 2, 3, 4 Baseball Manager Track Manager 2 F,F. A. 1, 2, 3 Speech Club 4 Vice President 4 Play Cast 3 Most Fun 4 1 pumuuf RICHARD GLENN MCCOOK Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Stage Band 2, 3,4 Band Captain - Student Director 3, 4 All-Senior Honor Band 4 F.F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Most Talented 4 36 Work, but fun PATRICIA LOUISE MAYKUS llpatll F. H. A. 1, 2, 4 Annual staff 3, 4 Hi-Life Staff 3 Speech Play 4 'XFX , , xx BILLY ANGUS MCDANIEL " Bil1" Athletic Club l,2 Science Club 3 Chemistry Club 4 I.C.T. 4 the Senior Play STEPHEN STROTHER MCGINNIS H Football 1, 2, 3,4 All-State Third Team 4 All-East Texas First Team 4 All-District 3, 4 All-District Honorable Mention 2 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 All-District 3 Track 1, 2, 3, 4 All-District 3 Regional Meet 3 Key Club 2, 3, 4 Sheriff 4 Athletic Club 1 Student Council 2 Parliamentarian 2 "T" Award 3 Citizenship Award 3 Junior Play Cast 3 Best All Round 4 PATSY ELAINE MCMANUS F. I-LA, 1, 2, 3, 4 Nurses Club 1, 2 Secretary-Treasurer 2 DANNY LEE VMCINTOSH Football 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1 Baseball 1 Track 1, 2, 3 Athletic Club 2, 3, 4 Science Club 1 Most Courteous 4 WILLIAM LOUIS MOODY "Willie" Athletic Club 3, 4 Highlighting the last mad weeks RONALD DEE MILLIKEN II Football l, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3 Tennis 1, 2 Track 1, 4 Athletic Club l Key Club 2, 3, 4 Board of Directors 2 Treasurer 4 Best Dressed 4 GARY GLENN MORRIS " Garrison" F.F.A, 1 Speech Club 2 Athletic Club 2 Choral Club 3 Reporter 3 Concert Choir 3 ICT 4 0 school - Graduation Parties ELAINE MYERS " Lainey Joe" Choir Quintet 4 F. H.A. 4 F. H.A. Talent Show 4 Transfer from Marshall, Texas BILLIE SUE PA TTON Tigerettes 1, 2, 3, 4 Rank Captain 2 Majorette 3 Drum Majorette 4 Reporter 4 Sno' Ball Princess 2 Choral Club 1 "Trial by Jury" 1 Tennis Club 2, 3, 4 Secretary 3 Reporter 4 Class Favorite 4 THOMAS MICHAEL ONEIL "Mike" Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Track 1, 2, 3, 4 Athletic Club 1, 2, 3, 4 MIKE THOMAS PENNEY Track 3, 4 Regional Finalist 3 Basketball 1 F. F. A. 1, 4 Athletic Club 8 771677207163 A mong 0 ur PATRICIA CAROL PATTON 11 Care-- Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 President 2, 3, 4 Cheerleader 4 Class Favorite 1 Concert Choir 1 Tennis Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Best Personality 4 "Trial by Jury" 1 Youth Center Council 1, 2 ROSEMARY LYNN PES TA "Rosie" Tennis Club 2 F. H.A. 1, 3, 4 Third President 4 All Senior Honor Concert Choir 4 Quintet 4 Pep Squad 4 Choir 4 the Senior Trip JAMES EDWARD PETERS lIDikll Baseball 3 F.F. A, 1, 2, 3, 4 Treasurer 4 PATRICIA ANN PRIEST "Patty" F.H.A, 2,3,4 .L KAREN ELAINE PIPER National Honor Society 3, 4 Treasurer 4 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Sergeant 2 Marching Medal 2 Librarian 4 J. C. L. 1. 2, 3 Typing Club 4 IACQUELYN RAMONA ROBERTS "Jackie" National Honor Society 3, 4 Secretary 4 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Treasurer 4 Stage Band 2, 3, 4 Senior Honor Band 4 SMU Solo Division Rating 3 I.C.L. 1,2, 3,4 Quaestor 2 Censor 3 J.C.L, State Music Chairman 3 Latin Award 1 Student Council Citizenship Award 3 Most Likely To Succeed 4 Distinguished Service Award 3 Twelve years of toil EDWARD PAUL ROBERTS "' Eddie" Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2 Track 1, 2, 3, 4 Regional Finalist 3 Region 4 I.C.L. 1 Athletic Club 2 Speech Club 3 Vice President 3 Tennis Club 4 Play Cast 3 MARY ANN RUSHING "Annie" National Honor Society 3, 4 I. C.L. 1, 3. 4 Military Tribune 4 Latin Award 1 J. C.L. State Vocal Competition 3 Choral Club 2 Concert Choir 2, 3, 4 Accompanist 3, 4 All Senior Honor Chorus 4 Gir1's Quartet 3, 4 Student Council 4 Most Talented 4 or one day of glory MARGARET LOUISE SAMPLES ll F. H. A. 1, 2 Speech Club 3,4 WILLIAM MODEAN SANDERS "Gopher" F.F.A, 1, 2, 3, 4 Parliamentarian 4 BILLIE THERESA SANDERS "Bonnie" Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Librarian 4 First Division Solo SMU 1, 3 Second Division Solo SMU 2 Dallas Area All-Select Band All-Region "Blue" Band 2 All-Region "White" Band 3 East Texas Honor Band 4 F.H.A, 1,2,3,4 Parliamentarian 3 Secretary 4 Assistant Librarian 3 Play Cast 3 "T" Award 3 'I',W.U. Select Band 4 2,3,4 LONA SMELKER National Honor Society'4 Tennis 1, 2 Tigerettes 3 Band 1, 2 J.C.L. 1, 2, 3. 4 Contest Winner in Mosaics 1 State Convention Honorable Mention 2 Annual Staff 2, 3, 4 Advertising Staff 2 Assistant Editor 3 Editor 4 Cheerleader 4 Wittiest 4 Merit Award 1, 2 Class of '65 . . the last JIMMYE REBECCA SLAYTON JoCnIJa 1 N "Becca" Band 1, 2, 3, 4 F. H.A. 2, 3, 4 44 ELLEN KATHERINE SMITH " Ellen Kaye" Volleyball 2 F. H. A. 1, 2, 3 I. C. T. 4 Reporter 4 to leave old T.H. . HARRY ALLEN SMITH Football 1 F.F.A, 1, 2, 3, 4 HARLYNN THOMAS Tennis 2 Tigerettes 1, 2, 3, 4 Assistant Rank Captain 1 Rank Captain 1, 2 Flagbearer 3 Majorette 4 Tennis Club 1, 2 Annual Staff 3,4 Treasurer 4 Debate Club 4 Student Council 3 Best Dressed 4 Junior Play Cast 3 T.H.S. Merit Award 1,2 DELORIS ELAINE S TA MPER "Irish" Volleyball 1, 2 F. H. A. 1, 2 Hi-Life Staff 3 Reporter 3 Speech Club 3, 4 ELIZABETH MAURINE THOMPSON Il'LiZIl Volleyball 1 I. C. L. 1, 2 F. H. A. 3, 4 Future Nurses Club 1, 2 Today students SAM DOUGLAS THOMAS Science Club 1, 2, 3 Secretary 3 Chemistry Club 4 Citizenship Award 4 RANDELL CRAIG TOON "Gomer" Football 1 Basketball 1, 2, 3 Baseball 2, 3, 4 Athletic Club 1 P.P.A. 2,3,4 Wittiest 4 tomorrow leaders .TERRY DAN TRAIL ll Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Librarian 3 Head Librarian 4 Third Rating Solo SMU 2 Dallas Area Select Band 3 East Texas Honor Band 4 All-Region "Blue" Band 3 J.C.L, 1, 2, 3, 4 RICHARD KENT TRAYLOR "Ricky" Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Track 2, 3 J.C.L. 1 Athletic Club 2 F.F.A. 2, 3 Key Club 4 A .TO ANNE TRAIL "Io Trail" Band 1, 2, 3 Librarian 2 ICT 4 Secretary-Treasurer 4 Choral Club 2, 3 Librarian F. H.A. 1 KA THY ANN WAGNER "Karri" Tennis 3 F. H.A. 4 Pep Squad 4 Transfer from After years together, MARIANNE CATI-IARINA Vail del' HORST llMaruu National Honor Society 3, 4 Vice-President 4 Tigerettes 1, 2, 3, 4 Rank Captain 2, 3 Head Flagbearer 4 I. C. L. 1, 2, 3 Secretary 3 Typing Club 4 Citizenship Award 3 Student Council 4 Junior Play Cast 3 Most Collegiate 4 CHARLIE MAC WASHAM National Honor Society 3, 4 President 4 Class Officer - Treasurer 2 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Tennis l, 2, 3, 4 District Ir. Sing1e's Champ 1 Athletic Club 1 Key Club 2, 3, 4 Secretary 3 Vice-President 4 Student Council 3, 4 Chaplain 3 Most Likely to Succeed 4 Boy's State Delegate 3 "T" Award 1,2 Seniors part JIMMY RAY WILLIAMS Football l F.F .A, l,2,3,4 GEORGE WILLIAM WOFFORD IR. " Bill" Football 1, 2, 3, 4 All-District 4 Track 2 Baseball 3, 4 Science Club Athletic 3, 4 1,2 JUDY ANN WILLIAMSON Way.. Tigerettes 4 F. H. A. 3, 4 Second Vice-President 3 First Vice-President 4 State Convention Delegate 3 Transfer from Garland, Texas Seniors: Gone NANCY EILEEN WOLCOTT Tigerettes 1,-2, 3 Assistant Rank Captain 2 J. C.L. 1, 2, 3, 4 Tribune 2 Junior Play Cast 3 CLAUDE TTE PAULINE WORD "Dette" National Honor Society 4 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Third Division Solo SMU 1 Second Division Solo SMU 2, 3 East Texas Honor Band 4 J. C.L. 1, 2, 3, 4 Treasurer 2 Latin Award 1 "T" Award 1,2 Once in o while we seemio come To im end of We may cmd Qormoi sea We ooirh ohecid. HCI' ST is There, cmd wa, ore sore io Hood-- perhopg brkghiir ond 5moo+hQr 11100 before Urxknowfi Da in the lqfe 0 cz Senior A typical day inthe life of a Sen- ior is filled with many memorable events and they all add up to a year of wonderful things. The Junior- Senior Banquet and Prom, the Sen- ior Play, Senior Trip, Senior Day, Rotary Club Banquet, parties and more parties, Baccalaureate . . . and the greatest day of all . . . Graduation, add a festive air to the last fleeting weeks of their last semester. "Aw! Come on, Cooper! This is the last time we'1l get to give you your birthday licks. " T. H. S. Senior girls take a walk around the campus. X -new After studying . . . diligently, Eddie finds plenty "Is this a dagger which . . . Isee . . . before . . . me of time for sleeping. . . . " . . . Zzzzzzzzzzz. 5l 1964-6 -A year to remember Abu Q- Charlie Mac will never find you in here, Janet! "It 's my turn to answer the phone!" Marjanne . . . the new cleaning wonder! an "Get ready every body--Bernard's here. " ,, L-1 ,Q,L iw ir - gas? 2 ifv s .-M:-7:35. i '45 , me '.'.,:Q:f5E ,. .wgiirffiafv f 1 f!45fg21?5.+i,.g3,, .., -- A. f fm A ,.,, ' Q fs' K . W W f Y .. fig IR. ., . ..,,,..,, N .. ..,,.x,y - " Mf,m,-1 M. . ,. Q Q V+- Y. 4 : ,A uf .ga-sw QW R X an CLASS OFFICER President: Mike Chitty Secretary: Sandra La Roe Vice President: Joe Rodriquez Treasurer: Cheryl Hazelwood FA VURI T ES Ronnie Wesson Linda Triplett juniors James Ables Tony Ables Judy Alexander Viv Ann Alexander Cindy Allen Douglas Armstrong Mike Bacon Betty Baker Nancy Baker Sharon Baker Harley Bardin Sheila Ann Barnes Betty Jo Barton Nancy Becker Rose Belcher 55 Clyde Bennett Judy Britton Sharon Boyd David Brock Mildred Bryant Juniors Bill Buford Alta Burch Lynn Burson Mary Carden Lupe Carmona 1 Mike Chitty Harriet Corley Dianne Cornelius Paul Cotton Bill Cox B013 Curtis Margaret Davidson Ann Davis Judi Davy Donna Dean ,ff Gerald Deats James Deats Louis DeLeon Gary Dudley Clifton Firglgy juniors Tommy Jo Giddens Louise Goodwin Gough Grubbs Jerry Guyton Charlene Hagan Norman Hagan Susan Hamm Melva Harmon Kay Harwell Jeanie Harwell Perry Harwell Cheryl Hazelwood Linda Hindman Kathy Hinton Paulette Hix gary Sue Honeycutt Sandy Hopkins Billy Howie Sammy Isbell Jim Pat JOhnSOn funfiors - PHOTO K L Noi Avanfabie Margaret Jonhson Sue Ann Kelly Floyd Kent Duke Kimbrough Tommy Kirby Sandra LaRoe Donna Lawhorn Paula Lawson David Ledbetter Trezice Lees Nicki Leinart David Lewis Eugene Lewis Jack Lewis Donnie Linebarger Wayne Lockhead Ted Lyon Gayle Madden Charline Marical Dale Martin 59 I 55.3 .5 . . funiors Kay Martin Virginia Matejka Dean McManus Judy Linebarger Beth Meredith Karen Mills Larry Mink Tommy Mosley Linda Murdock Tom Muse I Absent when ' picfures were mode- ff K'- ,SJ s .f A KCV X A 1 U A . , , 4 5- S h ,V maze 1, 4. .4 I 5,-3, r its .. rg ,W 5 , '33, 4 f ' fa f '3 15:5 N' L my C, George Neeley Becca Neill Linda Newton Dennis Nichols Rusty Norton 60 Jim Padgett Vicki Parker Jerry Perry Linda PQISISOH Joan Petmf l l 1 E juniors '-'Z gli t l Beverley Priest Melvin Quattlebaum Joan Repka Rick Rickman David Rigney i Joe Rodriguez David Samples Dick R001 Nicky Rosales Donald Rose Rita Rutherford i,,k ,,.,:,,, V Jorge Sanchez Don Scarbrough James Shaw Billy Singleton Ray 5iHg1CIO1'1 Peggy Slaughter Jimmy Smith Lynda Smith Dennis Spruill 6I Juniors I - .Q . ' N .., ,,,, - M m':-' M Susan Stone Kevin SIOWCIS Wayne Strange Linda Triplett Danny Turner Marilyn Wallace Margaret Weatherford Dwight Webster Carl Weilenbeck Ronnie Wesson if Billy Whitt Jeff Whitt Jerry Wiley Joe Wiley Alice Williams ff, 'Q Andy Williams Linda Williams Dean Willis Jerry Wilson Linda WiIhrOw 4 l Donna Woodall Roy Wooldridge funiors -h ' A r J , Iris Wooldridge Johnny Wright Vicki Y01lI1g Juniors sponsor annual nogball Dance Time out while the Snowball candidates rehearse. Hg? xt Steve Durham 4 "Look, Judi . . . Eugene thinks he's going to be Queen!" 63- funiers enje added prestige this year Whose class did you get thrown out of this time, Macky? "Mr, McKinney, I know the answer." The building is so crowded that we have to have our class in the hall! A is 3 Q Junior co-eds Susan, Mary, Vicky, Diane, Cindy, Nancy and Linda take a break from their annual period. Zvi 4 1 4 v. f 3. N E? , ' W -- f ffM'x Ti '21 , E5 1-,MX CLASS OFFICERS f President: Bruce Liles Treasurer: Mary Sue Isbell E Vice President: Jim Tankersly Reporter: Richard Rodriquez Secretary: Ronnie Richardson FA VORI TES Bill Sweazea Jeanne Rosenbaum Suzie Ables Vicky Ables Donald Archer Donna Ashworth David Barkin Linda Beaty Louis Bodin Carolyn Brewer Don Brewer Billy Brooks Dorsene Brothers Carole Brown Carroll Busbee Worth Bushnell Chris Cacas Alicia Carmona Benito Carmona Maria Castaigne Gary Chilcoat James Chitty Betsy Choate Andy Clayton Evon Click Mark Compton Kathy Conder Shirley Cook Dianne Cooke Anna Maria Cowley Darlene Craven Martha Cross Soiphomores :mr z as Bonnie Daniell Ronnie Daniell George Davidson Jerry Davidson Rodney Davis Dolly Dennis Patricia,Ditto Barbara Dodd Lavinia Dorough Barbara Edwards Linda Elliott William Frazier Beverly Fulton Byron Gaines Sandra Garner Chris Grier Fred Hagan Kathy Hallett Dale Hardy Sharon Hargrove Landon Harwell Glenn Hatcher Lillie Hill Donna Hogan LeeAnn Holbert Becky Holland Carol Hulsey Cynthia Hunter James Hymer Richard Hymer ophomores Mary Sue Isbell Carolyn Johnson Darlene Jones Linda Kelley Gary Kilmer Robert Kramp Johnny Lamb Joe LaRoe Derrell Leach Stella Leach Prissy Leinart Kenneth Lewis Bruce Liles Patricia Longley Gary Lovell Joyce Lowder John Lumpkin Charles Madgwick James Massey Donald Matejka Jerry McClung Mike McClure Michael McLemee Drusilla McNeece Thomas Moore Pam Morris Audrey Moss Lee Murray Brenda Neeley Susan Nelson Soplwmores more - No! Available qqpff f ' T00 BUSY 5.96 . , X Er. ' ,J . -:ru :fl sprlfg' J s . FHQYD Na! Available Bobby Nichols Larry Oakley Denny Oats Kay O'Neil Stephen O'Rei1ly Michael Osborn Doris Patton Jack Perry Andy Pesta Brenda Pierson Larry Piper Tina Pirtle Paul Polk John Porter Maurice Rasbury Ronald Richardson Billie Ruth Roberts Rita C. Robinson Rita D. Robinson Richard Rodriguez Jeanne Rosenbaum Charles Sadler Susan Tillerson Pa ul' Scantling Horace Scott Carol Shropshire Barbara Sikors Libby Slayton Peggy Sloan Gail Spruill ophomores Macky Squires Mindy Stuard Janice Sturts Bill Sweazea Jim Tankersley Patricia Thomas Danny Thompson Larry Thrasher V Scott Trail Cheryl Turner Brenda Vann George Veazey Jerry Vick Jerry Vineyard Tommy Waggoner Donna Wallace Gwendolyn Wallace Mark Watson lon Weatherford Richard Webster Joe Weilenheck Robert Whitt Jimmy Williamson Milton Wooldridge Pamela Wrenn Gordon Young Joyce Lowder Sophomores .1i33:?'H?f um. X, bm, 4 ,wg . Qibft J ' M ., ..h.., H hrdshold M?- : . A . wen , f,.'. , ' CLASS OFFICERS V Pres1dent Lawrence Stephens Sec. jTreaS-: Tracy Knauss VICC Pres1dent, ' H655-n ' ' 5771 nik.. E1 in' Ivfwm, sw Tracy K Michael Dean Adams Vicki Adams Bill A ' Q my B ' Ronnie Banks Betty Barr Brenda Belcher Elaine Belew Linda Dianne Betts William Bonsall Jerry Wayne Bowden Kathy Bowman Darla Anna Boyd Jackie Lynne Bozeman Dennis Bridges Ronnie Britton gness Irene Brooks Carol Brumbelow Eugene Brumley Larry Burns Betty Bushnell Martha Bushnell Robert Lee Calender Judy Carr Kitty Cernoch 1ld Elaine Clemmons David Collier Bill Conradt Margarita Maria Cowley David Cox David Lewis Criswell Rhonda Jan Davis Carolyn Dean Freshmen .XX f x rl M Wanda DeLeon Jimmy Dickerson Shuck Donnell Danny Joe Dudley Jerry Wayne Eitel Jimmy Don Elliott Richard Ellis Billy Mack Eskew Margaret Flanagan Joe Alan Flowers Velma Lee Fuller Linda Carol Gardner Sam Golightly Earl Lee Goodwin Larry Grabbs Danny Green Dotty K. Griffith James William Griffith Teresa Gail Griggs Charles Edward Hallett Don Howard Hamilton Rita Haney Melton Ray Harris Joyce Ann Harwell Ronald Hastings Cathy Hightower Eddie Holley Suzanne House Nancy Hughes Ricky Hunter Sherrie Anne Johnson Walter Dean Johnson 121-l1l1bL-M193 Jimmy Jones Ronald Jones Freshmen Af 1 David Gene Kines Randy Kirby Gary Knauss Tracy Knauss Mike Kuban Helma Ann LaCour Linda Kay Langford Vicky Dianne Lawhorn Rose Marie Lawrence Robert Lawson Robert Lee Margaret Ann Lester Lyla Martin Steve Allan Martin Jimmy Don Massey Billy Mayhew David McClung Beaver McIntosh Virginia McKeller Shirley McManus - Dennis Meeks Joe Ann Milligan Carol Mink Teresa Monk Barry Earl Moody ,lgegnneth Moody Charles Daniel 'Moores Jean Myers Helen Ann Nabours Stanley Paul Nadolski Ann Nealy Frances Eileen Nichols Sharon Oakley Frank Lynn Orr Walter Lyle Otto Freshmen wx xi ox all yu WJ Carolyn Ann Page Janet Parker James Ray Patman Phil Wayne Patman Kenneth Don Patton James Douglas Penney Peggy Joyce Peters Tommy Leonard Petty James Quattlebaum Glenda Joyce Rasbury Ronnie Leslie Reagan Monnette Reese Lorna Jean Repka 'char Connie Joe Roach Barbara Dee Robertson Patricia Ann Robinson Tito,Rodri uez Jimmy D. Rose Linda Rose Sara Rosenzweig Pred Eugene Rouse Ga Lynda Jean Rutledge Danette Marie Sanders Don Lewis Sebring James Daniel Sifford Walter Tommy Simmons Richard Dale Simpson Bobby Singleton Carroll Lee Sluder Charles Raymond Smith James Everett Smith Patrick Erwin Smith Patsy Lynn Smith Freshmen G1-aife Susan Springer Gail Stamper Danny Wayne Starr Lawrence Wesley Stephens Donald Ray Strange Vernon Lewis Strickland Billy Joe Turner Donna Rae Turner Richard Dean Valentine Johnny Allen Vance Marva June Wallace Molly'Kay Watson Scott Weatherford Connie Rose Weil 'Brenda Ioyzmgson Roy Lee White Mary Elizabeth Wilder Kenneth Van Wiley Leslie Charles Williams They look, Freshman girls beneath T. H. S. Christmas tree. Freshmen I Z, 1 , I, mi iiit fi :-'f S tisten, and learn. .mN"' M - PHOTO Noi' Avnilab qsff . is Q, yye ,sf V Coach Lokey shows sneak preview of "Tom Jones". .W W as V: ffm iraq gm: iw, Lk fl S iMiaQMiH9lQi!l1f' 'M' QL, ,A N' . :wwf-:MN . ,, I . dm., , ' ffm wNM '-gfw:'wgfwmWWweax. M ' wfmvwwm f , 5,sMfm wwxfzgsfnww-fx' M ' mx., ,, f. ,x..HM'W'l' T TM L .agjg 155522 ff L s 4, . mm, pk EEE? 51- L - I9-' 'EIWWW i 1 4 1 I 4 1 1 Y 4 Most Talented Mary Ann Rushing Richard McCook ? E Q 5 21' v 3 5 S 2 :2 5 Q E X 5 5 A s J k 3 X L e 1 1 L n 5 Most Beantqfnl and Handsome janet Thompson Johnny Cooper 2 2 3 Z Most Feminine and Athletic Rick Jones Nell Bruner If w I1 iw 4 4 if S I, 8. .4 V V' , rv? W - A ,gf I f s 3124 .. mpg In ' Eff X if 24 .Q Ei Nxk ,, A .IA ME' , Q ,I ,I 5' . ' fav 7' 1 W., . . F W,,, Impgk I ?f.Ii5:f'1ff:--ifwz gi? gk v.1mfff'Y59f'.xvfIss:f,'r.a., - ' . ff 3. 2 m2??a2i5?a-zgififlfvf ' . 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'- 1 , N Q wvffswgff Q--fa :ff ' R , , K ' - f 1 gn Xe M-.,,.M,,w,a ---nw Wivtiest Lona Smelker Randy Toon 39 Best Dressed Harlynn Thomas Ronnie Milliken x 1 A 5 4 m i h V i . 2 2 a E ,Mm-MW M 1 J' if I R is if i J egg, if ' gk . S' ig: di 3 W AK sa A I Frieaclliest Vernon Grwin Barbara Harmon, fi 93 M 0515 Courteous Paula Lyon Danny Mclntosh PLUT 1? rx lr 1 ,ps -madm- 2' wi- L-'1.f. The 1965 Annual Staff compiles larges, 'ff Editor-in-chief Lona Smelker brings extra copy sheets i to the annual room. ' is Miss Mary Cave, Sponsor , The 1965 TIGER, distributed to 480 members of the student body, was the result of many hours spent by the Tiger staff. The staff working hard to meet each deadline felt it was worthwhile, however, after completing the four deadlines during the year. In the early part of the year, the staff attended an annual seminar at the Kilgore Junior College to gain better understanding of the publications depart- ment. With the help of last ye-ar's members, Lea Ann Dudley, Carolyn Allen, l-Iarlynn Thomas, and Pat Maykus, organization by editor Lona Smelker was set at a quick pace. 1 1 1 4 I Discussing group layouts and action pictures are Lea Ann Dudley, Assistant Editor, Harlynn Thomas, Treasurer, and Carolyn Allen, Business Manager. FIGER 50015 ever! 5 t 7 ,arah Donnell makes helpful suggestions to Mary Zarden. V Cindy Allen and Pat Makyus go over some tapers with Miss Cave. Staff members Diane Weatherford, Linda Hindman, and Nancy Becker discuss plans for ads. Each year a dedicated staff works to achieve the goal of the making the yearbook one of the school's best, but the members must be directed by a leader. Miss Mary Cave directed the students to their well-earned goal. At this time the Tiger Staff would like to give special recognition to Bemard's Studio for the excellent photography and to Linda Murdock who is responsible for the artistic ltouches in our yearbook. Also, Nancy Becker is to be com- mended for the original cover design. af' ,Going through sample books, Susan Stone and 'Vicky Parker choose the most attractive layouts Leaders of tomorrow we ' Qh wie mms ...A A.. President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Charlie Washarn Marjanne Van Der Horst Jackie Roberts Karen Piper National Honor Society , .1 L tudents Piguiclew school government President Vice-Pre sident Bruce Wood Susan Hamm Secretary Lynn Burson Reporter ' Treasurer Parliamentarian Chaplain Distrlct Sec Mark Watson Mike Chitty Bruce Liles Eugene Lewis Mary Isbell s Q Sludem' Council 'Q If , M166 ar To serve the school and community M? Key Club President: Tommy Bell Treasurer: Ronny Milliken Vice-President: Charlie Washam Reporter: James Shaw Secretary: Eugene Lewis Sheriff: Buddy McGinnis Song Leader: Ricky Jones A member from the Kiwanis The Key Club in session??? Key Club Sweetheart rides in Club attends every Key Club Christmas Parade. meeting. l00 A leapf into Latin leavesyas loqaaeioas , wif ZJXYXJ x i Junior Classical League r Consulsg Mike Chitty Plebeian Aediles: Cheryl Hazelwood l Rick Rickman Duke Kimbrough Censors: Lynn Burson Tribunes: Susan Hamm Jim Houston Lew Hunt Quaestors: Paulette Hix Military Tribunes: John Glaspy Linda Triplett Mary Ann Rushing Curule Aedilesg Brenda Brock Praetorg Mrs. J. H. Young Sandra LaRoe 3 L .A,,. .. ilii A , v-.V. e l xl ei, li wif.. iw a r Winner of Sweepstakes Award J. C. Ii. slaves are dressed The Formal IHiIi3Ii011 of DSW in the Christmas Parade. for the Costume Contest. I- C- L- members. f"Learning to do . . Doing to learn . Earning to live . . Living to serfvew Fatnre Farmers of America i President: Tony Ables Treasurer: James Peters Vice President: Wayne Lockhead Reporter: Harley Bardin Secretary: Steve Durham Parliamentarian: William Sanders Sentinel: Joe Hogan F.F. A. members work hard on F.F. A. members learn new F.F. A. enters float in Christmas projects. skills in the shop. Parade. I'02 "Toward New Horizons 97 3' Future Homemakers of America President: Nadine Harwell 5th Vice-President: Jackie Hawkins lst Vice-President: Judy Williamson Secretary: Billie Sanders 2nd Vice-President: Donna Dean Treasurer: Sharon Baker 3rd Vice-President: Rosemary Pesta Historian: Judy Linebarger 4th Vice-President: Lani Brown Parliamentariang Marilyn Wallace Wo L , Freshman girls initiation into the The F.H. A. summer play-school The F-H-A WOU Second place F, H. A, for P1-e..sChOO1e1-S, for their float in the Christmas Parade. '03 Journalism staff strives or interest X10 t ago '30 S35 Mrs. Tommie Littleton Sponsor Marilyn Wallace, editor of the week, dic- tat Ca es to Bonnie Johnson as Carol Madden and rl Weilenbeck look on with interest. Terry Ford and Lynda Murdock write feature story for the monthly paper. THE HI LIFE '04 The Hi Life Staff discusses the latest T. H. S. gossip. Along the way . . . we have sang ,CR--A 41 Choral President: Jimmy Chitty Reporter: Byron Gaiens Vice-President: Ronnie Daniel Secretary: Trezice Lees Treasurer: Ioe Roach 'W ' r Mt., Carl gets ready t0 tune Ch0iI- Quartet prepares for a performance. Quintet is called on to enter- tain at assemblies. l05 I Toward our goal . Typing Club PI6SidC11t: Janet Thompson Vice-President: Jan Blasiug Secretary: Gracie Davis Dear Abby . . . These future secretaries develop MIS- R21hTI110W d1'iVCS the Typing speed and accuragy in typing, C1ub's entry in the Christmas Pa- rade. r e ,, l sr , . . or the experience r eeee e 1 if it i ' t Industrial C0-operative Training Club President: Larry Finley Secretary-Treasurer: Jo Ann Trail Vice-President: Clifton Finley Reporter: Ellen Kay Smith Sergeant-at-Arms: Wayne Strange Ellen Kay and Clifton 100k on as Mr. Hawes instructs I. C.T. students. IL C. T. students devote atten Mr. Hawes answers their questions. HOD V0 Speakef- I07 Debate Team discusses "Control of Nuclear Weaponsw Debate Club President: Rusty Norton Vice-President: Ted Lyon Secretary-Treasurer: Carol Lea "These statistics show that 5070 "I respect your opinion but I def- "This proves that if just C10eSH'f of all married people are wo- initely think Brand X is superior. " pay to smoke. " men. " I08 Speech students earn valuable experience Golden Masque Guild President: Kay O'Nei1 Secretary-Treasurer: Barbara Harmon Vice-President: Joe Marsh Reporter: Carol Madden Officers "Really, I can sing like Hank Wil- 11919356 girls. help stamp out liams. " that greasy kid stuff." IO9 Ingenious students bf 5 s 1 Chemistry Club President: Billy Mallet Secretary: Betty Io Barton Vice President: Tom Muse Treasurer: Sarah 'Donnell J K Q Billy Mallet, president, gives Mr. Chambers tries his luck with "The Pfiee ef Peroxide went UP' 50 the official business. "Love Potion No. 9. " I decided to make mY OWU- H lI0 some scientwc minded i . 5 Bzology Club President: Bill Frazier Vice-President: James Massey N l Secretary-Treasurer: Horace Scott N r "Here - - ' have a bite- " "You'd better shut your mouth "And this is our sponsor." Frazier or you 're gonna look worse than this pig. " l I I Promotmg mterest ,Ln sp Y ,Q ,ff "' if f if WM 'Aw Cb f'f X 'rVNwX,RXb Q f"rXAzhletic Club Presid nf: Johnny Cooper Secretary: Jimmy Hymer H Vice-President: 'cky Hendricks Reporter: Andy Pesta Sergeant-at-Arms: Beaver McIntosh H211 Ha! VCTY fum? if X Mrs. Rahm1ow's coming . . . hide I've got it . . . I've got it! r the dice! II2 builds spirit and supports the TIGERS Pep Club ICIPHIC Ilomecommg game agamst Athens. l1gCfS Charge through balmel' 3 sis E i 3 5 S 5 E 3 B Q Q 5 E 5 3 Q 5 F xx 3 L. ? i 3 Is 25 va Qt ww HQ Q '21 . Q 5441 -ff 5 Q as 777, wig 2 ' 1 ,bl 31 '.:. ' W ' 1 .1: Q 1' k Ei 1 ig in w X Q, aff? irc ,,,,-gm L ":' ' :SEQ y x .VM ,L ..., M - WW X ,A EW A MTX H . Qggmim 'fn ,W HMM!- Mf,,,..""71?' x Majorettes strike-up the Band From halftime activities at Tiger football games to the Band -Tigerette Show in April, the Band Majorettes performed many difficult rou- tines with graceful precision. JOAN PE TTITT JANET THOMPSON ' T i Drum Majorette cr, .LG T ' I PAULA LYoN , 5 tu .L -,,l. Piei f,i'f si-J'i ,T ,,,,i g CINDY ALLEN BETTY Jo BARTON H1 Wu.-ff Ozqstanding Bcmdmen ' M- , ,am Band Officers Flclgbearffr Stage Band and adds sparkle and flare to games fmfyskjx K 't :surf U V, The Tiger Band mgrch sin the Christmas Parade. ., j f 3 L' X ' X-A .ll If! ,, "Sarah, where's your uniform?" Band plays fight songs to add spirit to Friday after- noon pep rallies. Band members present one of their half-time pre- Band majorettes perrorm at 'Lnursday night pep rauie cision drills. I I9 E N fr '5 qty YJ W 1,51 .. ,J .A . ,Q if 13 W " sq ' X WL xi tg' 4 fllajorettes entertain audience "Presenting the Terrell High School Tigerettes." These familiar words bring on the Tigerettes at each halftime performance lead by the colorful majorettes. Drum Majorette These girls never fail to present a unique twirling or dance routine. The Band and Tigerette Show is presented in April, dem onstrating their interesting dance routines. BILLIE SUE PA TTON HARLYNN THOMAS SANDY HOPKINS CAROLYN ALLEN l2I S dra LaRoe, Donna Dean, Li 1 d L d T Flag Bfffm add fflsfwfy ' A s A as i , k Q ROSE BELC HER Head Flagbearer MAPUANNE van der HORST MARY CARDEN Rank Captains polish routines Ann A exan er, in a rip nda Newton, Judi Davy, Susan Hamm, Carol Hulsey, Nancy Baker, Linda Will lett if 1 fz1fvm QV ,flf eq if" VL, ,A Egfifmia W' tif' f i' fav! 3 ...: M , Nav' 6 rf Q :xp I J Head Cheerleader LEA ANN DUDLEY BETH MERIDETH CAROL PATTON Cheerleaders inspire Tigers LONA SMELKER LEEANN HOLBERT RUSTY NORTON "All for the Tigers - band up and hollerfw Their vim and vigor urge the Tigers on to victory - Their spirited yells fill every silence - They are the Terrell High Cheerleaders - the essence of school spirit. They have worked so that their enthusiasm might direct our cheers with precision and fervor. During the sixth period you can catch a glimpse of the never-tiring cheerleaders at work prepar- ing for the pep rallies and football games and decorating the halls or creating some device to spark enthusiasm in the hearts of their classmates. The student body's spirit is at its peak as the students are Rusty assassinates hillbillies fcheerleadersj in Friday lead in a yell. afternoon skit. The cheerleaders lead the.Tigerettes in the traditional run at a Friday pep rally Student Li e The band plays an inspiring fight song at the Bonfire Pep Rally. The students' spirit reaches its peak after the coach's message. l26 fsf ,Am its The Tigerettes per form a dance rou- tine at a pep rally to the tune of "Pe- runa. " Senior Memories The Stars have made their last performance and the applause has died away. But these Seniors will always remember the football and basketball games, pep rallies, the Band-Tigerette Shows, parades, and their numer- ous activities. They have played their roles well and helped in making our play a tremendous success. Spotlight on Revue Key Club Athletic Club Sweetheart r Sweetheart Lea Ann Dudley F.H.A. Beau Andy Pesta ' Band Sweetheart l FFA: Sweetheart Nell Bruner Paula Lyon I28 FGA XX Sn Wm FALL. . . ACTI T iger Athletic competition comprises an impor- tant part of modern high school education. The athletes who represent our school in foot- ball are the dedicated members of our stu- dent body who are willing to spend long hours training and practicing, perfecting their skills to fight for Terrell. Just as important as these chosen few are the hundred who support them by attending the contests and cheering "our boys" to vic- tories. Their spirit is the Twelfth Man on the Tiger team. Emotions are drawn taut by the strain of a grueling game. As desire for victory intensi- fies, the atmosphere is heavy with the belli- gerent attitude of spectators and the unremit- ting efforts of the team. As more than 3, 000 fans looked on in the wind-blown Memorial Stadium, the Tiger Eleven scored an impressive 41-0 triumph over Greenville to open a new season success- fully. Tigers start season E: K 3. vw E fi fi 1 ei gi 5 E Coaches i 1 Royce West, Larry Drennan, Johnny Boston, Bobby Keeling, Robert Stolus- ky, Carroll Lokey, Truman Welch, Leon Vineyard. in style ,nav f-,- -- - ,- -- ' Terry Ford Richard Rodriguez Joe Marsh MANAGER MANAGER MANAGER w f f E lzargb Tigers. v 5 QAM ' V fl , M ja:W-A ,gfzwj U h . H s A ,Z 3 M P gg V' - A K -s s w S K N Q ., . Da ' . . f . ,s 3 . e 'T' .7 A WW' .ffzf-fp' 'f3""'W3W- f A Q- 'i V ' .1-T-4. ' f " ive s 'T .L .' V . , Q ' wi .,. ww ," ,- , ,', ,wg ' r 'A 'il Q., ggixz. K E s - ' z.,,5,sl52,P is 5 5 r 'W Ss Hx-X Wai.. 5-ikiiax 356, E 2 3 5 2 5315 " If jig 5. if 42, sw' zz its H' we J 2, 3 The Hnal results ofa weelfs hard work 1 I32 A , x KF , First down and ten to go for the Tigers. y Size, desire mark versatility After the triumphant opener the Tigers encountered strong opposition against Palestine, Lake Highlands, Sulphur Springs, and Jesuit. They continued on into District action with a winning desire and faced Athens, Duncanville, Ennis, Waxahachie, and Lancaster. Before Jesuit came to Tiger Field they put a Tiger in their tank, but the darned thing nearly climbed back out as they edged the Tigers by a mere 12-6. The Tigers took advantage of every gift offered them for a resounding 34-'7 victory over the Waxahachie Indians. As the Terrell fans yelled in glee, Coach Yineyard's mighty eleven scored five touchdowns and attempted five extra points and successfully kicked four. Terrell's Right Half speeds safely by opposing team Metamorphosis S H ,wslswvn ' f y: vs - A ' V 'Y Y fi gsm. ffaswagj Qui- ,,::J: wr, . " ' , , W 1 . 4- , 1: W " ' - V Q, 3 Wm? ak Qs,,Q31f-QSM., f sz S -v i- Q ,o is s s i . ' f . ' - .J . ' ' ' " ' 4 v . A.., -in iii. gpm! I H . -- ,..,A,:, K , J 11- " , k, f M --+4-sv ' 1 . X.. Q f fsewfssfs-:aff-:Sis s' . . 2, K . Q. .ff - - ,L H f Q 5 Q V - -, A . V 1 E s ' A A K .L K . K, Tal. 1 I I .1 , A Q iiz gz qfgg , .- 0 A ' - i , sw - vs. W- W -.I-,J ,, . N L ' 2 l'11f- wgsggflif '-4'f,5,sQ5:iwEf?f""i1sWH- s f K , V H QQ ' A' " lf9"""s"' K Q 1':" Y: A a' 'LH 'ffiif'-5 ' !f5g3K,,l2f'5V A WXH ,v-,, " :lf '1"iS:f -w,j1:f E?:fi ' '- . fi ,Q Mifelai,f'TfWaL-,jf?tEf?f?'S,Q5C,fi4M, f' JoHNNY cooPER Right Half BUDDY MCGINNIS RICKY JONES Left End Quarterback xx-in i f H Captains of opposing teams toss for the kickoff. at mid-season VERNON GRIFFIN ! Left Half ' "I Q: ws I , S g .- S' 1 4 I i L i .emi l- f ...V iw .V -f s:-.gal K W is V H C ,Q 4 K r , i 3 fe ls,,,,smsi..q,1 f .0-F,-,il ...x .. H , xii, 3- mzifsf-., ' 1l2:fw:s.2,.1,, V if ' or e g-rvf'fw3??f?:s1P1f1f i wfifiiff K- :fwitiiu . Y"' 1 f iv w--' - mime css.. imzrsiim RONNY MILLIKEN Left Tackle I4 X, J - i n 1' Coach Vineyard gives last minute instructions to Woods Terrell retains possession ofthe ball as Athens tackles. Y Six resounding 3 Q "Aka Lacka Ching" . . . "BOOM" L RICKY HENDRICKS BILLY WOFFORD FY' Feverish emotions are aroused during a stimulating game. f Cooper races across the goal for six points. Right End Right Tackle The Tigers journeyed to Lancaster for the last game ofthe season. When 12 stalwarts, representing all seniors playing their last game, went out to be in on the toss of the coin it seemed it might be a great night. But, the Tigers were starting without four or five key men which weakened their de- fense as well as offense, and irony invaded the Tigers previous hopes. TOMMY BELL Fullhack heers er our team t Left G RICKY BOWLES uard During halftime, Coach Vineyard reviews an important pl y Cooper burst through the Ennis line as McGinnis blocks. f "Little Tigers 99 foster future fortunes Ne Homecoming OUBI' ,-Oo aw, " fp 5 PRI CESSES BRENDA BROCK KATHY HINTON Senior Junior BETH MERIDETH BARBARA SIKORS SUSAN NELSON Junior Sophomore Sophomore VICKI ADAMS BETTY BARR Freshman Freshman Dance adds gcziety to Homecoming After the exciting game with Athens the "gang" relaxes with a waltz at the annual Homecoming Dance. This activity sponsored by tho Sr. class, is given in special honor ofthe for mer graduates of THS. High School students take time out to converse with exes. After the annual welcoming of the exes, everyone enjoys the music. Bon ire adds zes Tiger spirit was dampened but not for long when the two-day preparations for the Home- coming bonfire went up in smoke two days early. The opposing Athens team were the suspected culprits. The Tigers rallied, however, and after a full day's scavenger hunt, during school hours, a second bonfire was proclaimed the biggest and best yet. ,W - The pep rally begins as Rusty lights tl I 4 1 The football boys wear their jerseys to let everyone know they're Tigers. The Cheerleaders arouse spirit with yells. N i . 0 Homecoming GUBIZZS 1 bonfire. Everyone watches as the fire blazes higher and higher. The Band plays the fight song "Peruna. " The Tigerettes go wild at the homecoming bonfire. O Exes 19 ack Tigers Thanks to a never-say-die gang of the game with the Athens Hornets was a wild one even though Athens was the ictor. Qampyiikgl,-' scrambling Rick Jones went to the air and ran amuck to give the home fans somethi1igjofeheeIH2a'h'of1l?. The Cheerleaders, Tigerettes, and Band Majorettes form an arch for the Tigers. Part of the Cheerleaders, Lea Ann, Lona, Carol, and Leeann are shown with the poster which .RR they made for the Ti- gets to burst through when they charge onto the field. Captains Vernon Griffin and Ricky Traylor meet the Mighty Tigers attempt to break through the strong Hornet Athen's Captains for the traditional handshake and line. coin toss. I44 WI V KN, L4igl O 0 0 ' r if gg ew wma QXQQSUFQ new D iovwyswg COA"Q ,255 11,5 Km W Mx, Gi g j rf fx H4 si 4 1 Q 2 gx 2? as 3 QS -MWW,, V,AxVM,, , V,.x,M W ,A,.N, W ,WW L... ALW, ..,, ,A.. ,.,, W L , ,K K... ,.,L, ,x.VxX L , 1. , , .. ,, 1- .y '53 i CHARLIE WASHAM JIM TANKERSLEY RICK RICKMAN CHARLES MADGWICK Guard Forward Guard Forward Lots of desire .Shown by 'little Cagers V of Beth erzdeth rezgns over Snow Ball is if s ssss r 3 , 4 F.. f 5:9 " 3 ,M ,:. .gg ,A , . . is -wk.. . ' -Q,- ",L S I N C0120 ATIO ' Q3 gf ap is W Q' - ,. .,. Y 3 M gms .'.,: L"g-.7 5 - is X ai L Li 3 i .2 .5 T il Beth is crowned and presented with roses by Junior Class president, Mike Chitty. QUEEN'S COURT ISI PRINCESS S CAROLYN ALLEN MONTY HOLLAND Senior Senior SANDY HOPKINS PRISSY LEINART CAROL HULSEY Junior Sophomore SUSAN SPRINGER " LYLA MARTIN Freshman Freshman X Snow Ball highlights hol' Along with the other gala activities of Christmas, comes the annual Snow Ball. The dance was highlighted by the coronation of Beth Merideth as Queen. The ball, sponsored by the Junior class, was held at the Terrell State Hospital Chapel on December 15. The Chapel was packed to capacity for the annual Ball. Shall we dance? Leahlnn Dudley r eetheart Ball 5 l54 ' l L 1 COR0 ATIO Lea Ann Dudley is crowned Sweetheart by Sophomore President Bruce Liles and receives the traditional Queen's roses. QUEEN's COURT , 55 PRI CESSES N JAN BLASIUS NANCY BECKER Senior Junior HARRIET CORLEY GAIL SPRUILL DONNA WALLACE Junior Sophomore Sophomore MOLLY KAY WATSON LHQDA GARDNER FIGSHTUHH Freshman C0-eds and their beams enjoy dance Dreamy music sets romantic mood at Sweetheart Ball. One of the many dances which fills the school year with excitement is the Sweetheart Ball where you will find each guy sporting his best suit and escorting his favorite girl with her prettiest dress. The Ball, sponsored by the Sophomore Class, was held at the Terrell Armory on the twentieth of February. Students take a breather after a fast dance r ww A , ,EQQQ ,WLM wigs: 1 ,W .rt . I .jg .,. iii? ,, , Q7 'zu ri i FF: ss f ff? ,. WET 5,2 5.31 i : Q .5 ,K f X fr: :. W l 5' zwfaim f,p.1,':g: ,lf uf i Q 2 ff E if v . f + 25, Q' fi! Q sw 14 - i n i . E 1 ' 1 1 ' w , W 1 w 1 Q A A .X XI A TRACY KNAUSS LAWRENCE STEVENS JIM TANKERSLEY RICKY HENDRICKS Third Base Short Stop Second Base Pitcher High batting averages denotm 1 w 1 Baseball Team g DUDLEY CRITTENDEN GEORGE VEAZEY Catcher First Base Tiger Nine RANDY TOON DONNIE LINEBA RGER Pitcher Pitcher "Batter up." Run . . . faster . . . first . . . second . . . safe! Fly ball! Stay - wait - in right field! Now! Go. . . run. . . quick. . . third. . . al- most . . . run . . . there - ah - home! The team and coach eagerly watches as the game progresses. With the spring weather came the sound of "Play ball!" as the Tiger Nine took to the field. The athletes played for the honor and glory of the school as was shown by their superb teamwork and co-operation. This year's team is laden with prom- ising underclassmen who in anybody's book will give the best possible account of themselves in the dis- trict race. I6I Several outstanding players brighten season RICK RICKMAN RICK Bowtts JAMES SHAW Center Field Left Field Right Field Tito slides safely into Qfaase. lx Andy wallops the ball far into left field. I62 March 9 March 12 March 16 March 18 March 23 March 25 March 30 April 1 April 6 April 9 April 13 April 15 April 16 April 20 April 23 April 27 April 30 May 4 May '7 May 11 May 14 BASEBALL SCHEDULE 1965 Grand Saline Grand Saline Wills Point Corsicana Wills Point St. John's Seagoville St. John's Seagoville Wilmer Hutchins Wills Point Duncanville Palestine Wilmer Hutchins Lancaster Waxahachie Athens Lancaster Waxahachie Duncanville Ennis Tigers advance to Regional in '64 Track Team z " Ii 21 .i Si. Regional qualifiers in high hurdles, broad jump, low hurdles, and pole vault. TRACK SCHEDULE 1965 February 27 Ennis Relays March 6 Dogwood Relays Mary 20 Mesquite Relays March 27 Kilgore Relays April 3 Rose Relays April 10 District Meet April 17 Ennis Meet of Champions Most of the boys who participated in track had some experience which was very beneficial. A valiant effort was placed forth by all, and they deserveour sincere congratulations. In addition, we are sure that the experience received was in- valuable to them and will aid in their future en- deavors. Track bo 4 MIKE O'NEll. BUDDY MCGHNINIS Mile Relay, 880 High Hurdles, Broad Jump on your mark . ff' VJOHNNY COO , Lpufwiifurdles, Broad H get ' T440 Sprint Relay 100 Yard Dash 14 -fa v 1 JS 5 121 1 KX? i W 4. 5? EDDIE PAUL ROBERTS ROYCE WEST 440 gpm Low and High Hurdles, Broad Coach '64 Jump, 440 Sprint Relay, Sprints 'aise records A V' V env 1 r". -:Ez ' I 'mx' f I I ,fi ,, f . ,, . S X , ' RICKY JONES Pole Vault, 440 Sprint Relay, Broad Jump Lay Team Mvuwu-...Q RONNIE MILLIKEN JAMES COFFEE Shot Put, Discus Mile Relay, 830 ew-' Boys take time out for snacks. I65 GOV team prepare fy, Coy Team Cfffffy -QMS The Tiger golf team was one of the entries in spring sports. The 1965 team consists of Captain Tommy Bell, Billy Howie, Rusty Norton, Jerry Vine yard, Bruce Liles, Chris Cacas, Richard I-Iymer. Jim- my Smith, Ronnie Reagan, Gordon Young, and Stan ley Nadolski. These participants display much skill and sportsmanship. The golfers also worked toward the perfect combination of precision and power in their shots. CAPTAIN TOMMY BELL or upcoming season, BRUCE LILES ,TERRY VINEYARD RUSTY NORTON 1965 GOLF SCHEDULE Athens Van Seagoville Waxahachie Duncanv i11e Chris Cacas receives appropriate putter from Gordon Young watches intensely as Billy Howie putts Richard I-Iymer. I67 Tennis team Seniors prepare for singles tournament Tennis attracts many T. H. S. students each spring. Besides being a very active sport, it is also a club. The teams participate in many tournaments during the season. Before they enter they must develop CARQL PATTQN their skills through many hours of practice. Senior ', .. 1 -v- 'ff CHARLIE WASHAM Senior The doubles begin practice for district meet. Bash balls i E , fl Tennis Team DENNIS NICHOLS Junior No wonder he did so good at the singles! GOUGH GRUBBS Junior I69 "Fantasia M the Junior-Senior prom, with every girl a Cinderella and every boy a Prince Charming. Juniors managed, as if by magic, to transform the gym into a fairy- land "Fantasia." This "once-in-a-lifetime" night was high- lighted by the music of Floyd Dakyl's Combo. ln May, 1964, the loveliest night of the year was Junior co-eds served as K l70 Juniors entertain Seniors at the annual Banquet. The music Was . . a gala affair Upperclassmen relax and enjoy the beautiful scenery of a land of fantasy the banquet. joyetl by everyone, T. H. S. students step into a land of "Fantasia.' This is the T.H.S. we remember Spirit permeates the halls of T. H. S. , Sparkling indifferent students With a warm shot of enthusiasm. Bands proudly playing, Whistles blowing and voices straining Spur her teams to success. A passing bell rings. Slamming lockers, Shuffling feet and light strains of laughter Momentarily fill the halls. Waves of sound drift softly through the Classrooms, but in the clamor of the Cafeteria, the dim of the crowded halls, The roar of the stands . . . they explode. These are the sounds of spirit . . . The sounds that will always linger in T. H. S. our daily routine joy and sarrow sms suowfgs work and play Qi xi 3 5, i 2 5, is SW ax! 1 1 4 victory and defeat. Q ii? FOOD OR DRINKS IN AUDITORIUM How will we ever get everybody in here for an assembly?" thrilled over Tiger's victory agaihs Changing classes adds to the rn Moments offun and pleasure in just being part of the crowd t Waxahachle. onfusion! Glance over your shoulder and look at your- self as one of "the gang." Your friends were those with your interests. This is what you'll remember when you look back and say, "Those were the days!" "Remember the time when you . . . ?" And once in a while, everyone would forget everything but the all-important event coming up - make plans, get ready, and have a ball! Tigerettes enjoy a break in their daily routine This is a speech class! !? Students crowd into bleachers for the Friday pep rally. "We DUDE If Jr. Play '64 THE CAST Doris - - - - -Nancy Wolcott Zeb - - - -Eddie Paul Roberts Padgett - - Marjanne Vander Horst Carla - - - -Harlynn Thomas Jim- - - - -Buddy McGinnis Stinkey ------- Nancy Randle Charley- - ---- Joe Marsh Maria- - - - - -Billie Sanders Yvette- - - - - Dawn Stewart Peter ---- - Tommy Bell Calvin- - - - - Lew Hunt Director: -'-- Mrs. J. Thompson Bud- - - - - - Robby Dorough Donna- - - - Donna Clontz Co-Director: "-- Mrs. Birdsong "We DUDE It" was presented on March 12-13, 1964 by the Junior Class as one of their activities to raise money for the Jr. -Sr. Banquet and Prom and Senior Trip. The three-act play was about an Eastern lady who bought a Dude Ranch in the West. This situation resulted in many humorous complications. The Class of M196599 Leaves Terrell High knowing its Spirit will always be Alive! vqriknex X5 Such award Sorrow. i Shokespeore Remembering fig? E JM Q Q, LM Tuff 5 V157 5 f ? . 3'5Z,v .. "X 'fig 5.":.5J' ' U,,, i 'iii 3 XJ ,Zigi my ., L55 f 2 K4 44 Q ra fn, if Q Xe 1 K' eggs I 4 K1 4 'i sn 5 X X if ,I '17, I to 77:25 1 I ig ff the Past Terrell High School has left its mark on each member of the senior class. Through class- room instruction, extracurricu- lar activities and community activities, these students have acquired knowledge of their environment, an adult sense of responsibility and an awareness of the vital part they play in their country's future. The highlights of these four years are cherished memories for most seniors. Classroom instruction, per- haps the greatest influence, has given them the skills and knowledge necessary for living in this unpredictable world. It has instilled in them an idea of the necessity for a life which is well balanced intel- lectually and socially. Through extracurricular ac- tivities they have learned addi- tional skills and developed qualities of leadership and co- operation. ln sports Terrell has always been tops. Whether champions or not, team mem- bers and their schoolmates have demonstrated an enthusiasm for their school and shown quali- ties of good sportsmanship. Terrell has seen the mem- bers of the Class of '65 grow into adults. 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HOOKER BABCOC K BROTHERS AUTO SUPPLY CO. 115 West Moore JO 3-2823 Paw'-CD sues svuouo o -' ll OPEN -nm 'THDASO an .A --4-11511:-X 'T' -,-......1,- You Wreck' em Compliments of La ROE LUMBER CO. - We Fix' em JARVIS-RUTLEDGE COLLINS BODY FURNITURE COMPANY SHOP Terrell, Texas Terrell, Texas Phone JO 3-4301 L. T. COLLINS 305 E. Moore 2641 115 E. Moore B 81 J SALES 1 LET us HELP RCBERT 5 5- lff f AND CHAMPION Z S Hg , .,2,,!Q INSURANCE 'Z 4'1+.'fQNfe-rw, A 5 C we time I Zum WNW? .TO 3-3713 FEED STORE 115 N. Virginia - JO 3-2331 109 N Fra C S . n e SALVAGE STCRE 201 N. Virginia - .TO 3-4462 HARDWARE STORE 208 E. Moore - JO 3-5611 Terrell, Texas KTER TERRELL 1570 on BROADCASTING Your Dial ANDERSON-CLAYTON BROTHERS FUNERAL DIRECTORS "Service Above Self" Terrell .TO 3-4417 Forney HI 5-3301 Mesquite AT 5-5489 0 bt I" H My-W,,,,,., HERMOINE'S Q-pr DEPENDABLE 43, so DRUGGIST BUFORD DRUG CO. TOY'-AND Toys and Hobbies Toys for A11Occasio s 120 West Moore .TO 3-2618 100 Griffith JO 3-2603 1 l I BUDDY ALLEN CHEVROLET COMPANY Terrell, Texas -TO 3-4412 g. i, Q K 3 Q ! TERRELL STATE BANK TERRELL CREDIT SALES FURNITURE AND APPLIANCES 114 East Moore Ave. - JO 3-5342 Terrell, Texas R C A Whirlpool Admiral p Appliances T. V. and Stereos DUB TRAYLOR, Owner ,,.--' ""' ' 3 .. N ff ',l' H." II, 'lu' il. -N 'ga' 1 1 I. -Q N, 'hi ,. Sw!" I," 'X -, W, "su 7' f ff Lx Rx NZ X53 N NOR-TEX A 103 North Delphine .TO 3-2223 MUSSER MCTORS McELROY'S DRESS SHOP WITH R P N 5-10 Morrs 5-10 E S 00 GULF SERVICE AUTOMATIC STATION LAUNDRY Terrell Square Plenty of Free Parking 800 W. Moore 103 E. High .IO 3-4305 .IO 3-9062 .IO 3-9007 TERRELL FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Savings and Home Financing Our Specialties X 2.06 West Moore Terrell Texas ! lFl1"S GOOD F009 YOU WAII15- Ag You Get'em to Say 'Le-si tu We'1l Do the Rest. 2? by Feathering the Nest. K MUSGRAVE FURNITURE ROSE GRILL LAWSON'S GROCERY ROOT BEER STAND "Fast Service" 307 Ninth Street CRE-MEL ROOT BEER Terrell M'oore at First St. JO 3-909.1 JO 3-3827 - . .. I lifsiiiiigzie H- K- RUTI-EDGE 5351532331 JO 3-4466 JO 3-3311 NED HARGROVE HUMBLE PRODUCTS Servic e Station JO 3-2241 720 W. Moore T 1'e11,Te s 6-mb! DUKE AND AYRES VARIETY STORE 118 W. Moore JO 3-2253 I FRAZER vEAzEY-ANDERSON FLOWER SHOP 114 W. Moore Bookkeeping and Tax Servi B 92 Ph JO 3 3241 407A d Bldg W. B. AND JEWEL FRAZIER T 11 T Compliments of REV. AND MRS. D. R. PULLEY GORDON'S BEAUTY SALON Behind Layl's on West Moore JO 3-5251 TERRELL FROZEN FOOD LOCKER 120 North Adelaide JO 3-2753 DON'S SHOE STORE DR. DAVID BARKIN OPTOMETRIST Shoes for the Family 116 East Moore N. Adelaid JO 3-3253 JO 3-3791 T ll T MAN'S SHOP Better Values B ands You Know Best 203 W. Moore JO 3-2519 HORACE HEFLIN I SEARS ROEBUCK AND CO. DOUGLAS MacDONALD 107 MF bdoore JO 3-4405 GULF 1 CRAIN s ,BBNBS Home s. Auro SUPPLY BEAUTY SHOP 109 E. Moore Ave. JG 3-4261 Terreuq Texas SpeciaHze hilkurstyhng Firestone Philco Appliances Tires, Tubes,fBaUeries 605 E. Brin JO 3-4661 s. AND M. AMUSEMENTS J0HN,S B ABBBR SHOP BOWLING, IRIS THEATRE, 209 1!2 East Moore DRTVE-IN Terrell, Texas - T H i UNIQUE CLEANERS E E 'ff E W. A. AND HELEN DAVIS I 1-1l-.. E - R l 107 W. Nash Jo 3-3711 erre , exas mm T H T 1 5 .+ . . --,S 5' ' I Q ' - - . -:'5ffEr- -1 '1": -1- " Q .1 '- Z .1 ' i'iSf'E:3.-Eiti-35Qfffi':2'E? iff ' . . 'f 'F 12 . ' ' 3431? r l -if-5sgfggfisg-ss.g5::2i 'n il ig: ,, - ' ,. W . . , f z,S:-E2-1..?:g-2r-::-,.f' . v 4112111421 -'frigg - s , .uf .113 ' ' 4 " : ,,,,A,5...,. ' ' .EZ-'if':5-2 'f 122-'-Ifiiifiif L49--s.r::: , -.2'!""5'-'-1151 T . ' - 2'-E-:tif-?5"5 1521'S'--S.:its'1-:2--'2.1ff.3Jp::.-YZ?-Q -2-fi .rx " 2 " . " 'fr "" I Q 1.3! :- .Fir -at :QE :3:' 2:-,: ,ggctqk -3 -.1-S:-i'2'V?"f,r ' . i - ' 4 A, e?jf.1a-5,51 .--g:I- I. 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An- other essential part of this obli- gation is its planning and build- ing ahead for your electrical needs tomorrow. Two big generating units are now under construction, and will be ready to serve you in 1965 and 1966. When completed they will add 3A million kilowatts to the Company's capability. Even as these plants are going up, other plans are on the draw- ing boards extending to 1980. lt is only through such plan- ning and building ahead that TPSLL and other investor-owned electric utility companies are able to keep pace with the grow- f ing demands for electricity in homes, businesses and industries. For example, the average TPSQL residential customer used more than four times as much electricity in 1963 than he used in 1948. ln 1964, TP8tL expects to spend more than S52 million on new construction. During the 1964-1970 period, construction expenditures by all investor- owned electric companies of the nation are expected to exceed S34 billion. Past records and projected plans of'TP8tL and the nation's other investor-owned electric companies are your assurance of an adequate and economical supply of electricity in the future. TEXAS -POWER an LIGHT COMPANY a tax-paying, investor-owned electric utility RAY PRIEST BODY SHOP V. O. NIX AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE 401 East Moore T 11, Texas .TO 3-9040 BROOKSHIRE FOOD STORE B tt F d f L T 11 Sq R kwall and Griffith 11" 3? n"'I 99 Q 1 S0 f ' El TRACTDR TERRELL TRACTOR CO. Bus. JO 3-2151 Home .TO 3-2176 Cor. Nash and Delphine Sts. Terrell, Texa HORA CE SCOT T ECONOMY READY-MIX 204 South Delphine Terrell, Texas Phone .TO 3-4219 Res. JO 3-3215 P. O. Box 354 T. E. NORTON, JR. JO3 -2561 LAWRENCE BUILDING MATERIAL CO. UQ' WWI. NBER nu NFO will i f - 2-1 YQ Q-4 .1 ZTWZFQV - 'A ' ' R -I' II C. ANDERSON HOTEL AND COFFEE SHOP BERNARD'S STUDIO Pictures Are Your Most T REASURED POSSESSIONS GIBSON'S DEPARTMENT STORE Men' s and Boys' Sportswear Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Tots to Teens A Complete Family Shoe Dept. 101 W. Moore .TO 3-3851 Compliments of DR. L. S. THOMAS ALEXANDER HOSP1TAL 204 West Nash TERRELL BATTERY AND ELECTRIC COMPANY JOHN G. CARDEN JO 3-2668 Terrell, Texas N. Catherine JO 3-2481 ..l5.--C.. JIM WORD l'l .l 5 f U Q ff 0 51' X A Agent for Dallas Morning C L N . . ' Q ews S . 1.11: JO 3-3783 1903 , McMlLLON ELECTRIC COMPANY Construction - Repairs Industrial - Commercial - Residential OFFICE SUPPLIES Phone JO 3-5473 108 S. Virginia J. D. MCMILLON Terrell, Texas 1965 MEDICAL AND SURGICAL FRAZIER'S Fishing Tackle - Hobby Sporting Goods Fence Representative 209 N. Virginia St. JO 3-2643 302 W. Nash 0 X COLONIAL I X HOSPITAL ll! Q 502 West College Terrell, Texas ruth meridith Gifts - Interior De DICKSON'S APPLIANCE .TO 3-3471 115 N. Catherin fy R w I Terrell, Tex Compliments of GENE LEWIS DAIRY BURGER REAL ESTATE DRIVE-'N High Way 34, Gordon's Shopping Center .TO 3-4066 I I ,qj -fm msg' if "Cone With the Curl on Top" CARLTON SMITH West Moore RY MICKIE AKIN I .IO 3-9086 Terrell,' Texas THE GIFT BOX GIFTS FOR ALL OCCASIONS Bruce Crystal Gorham Sterling Denby Stoneware Royal Doulton China Independence Ironstone Terrell Square gr It W I I BREWER'S FLOWERS VIRGINIA AND BERTHA BREWER 703 North Rockwall .TO 3-4351 "Flowers That Ring a Bell" Compliments Q39 BILLY HOWIE. Wx of li Q ' I III! - - S f ff o Vj'Q , 13 fi 31 n 4 6 , 1 ....,...,..M.,m,.W af ....... ...M il 0 p" ,,,,.,3, 'rjfjr-fgnwirg-,kzrwfff ..,, , ,. ,,,,. , W m,f,1wf??ME'L5' 5 W KVM . ' 'fwlwfgrf 'k" if ' ' , 5 1 uv , A s f w 4 -L ,, If 1 f A I if , t w H- x - I 2 QA .. ia-11+ . 1 H f ' '4 J: N . 4. Q H i x Q . .. s Q 2 an a':w+ ' - 'nqppgg' nz v,-ml V ,, 'T 5 'lf if kfxiinxhlf A " Q. 4.4 znfswfra. 1, as New V- za xx:N'.m,w'f xv ,gum ,We zsmwrz 1. DAIRY MART L L C mpliments of OAKLEY OIL COMPANY ERMA'S LAGOW'S BEAUTY SHOP BARBECUE JO 3 2513 204 N. Fra 304 W Moore T 11 T s JO 3-9903 ROBERTS MOBILE SALES Y Ft Hmeisl-I T 1lT Compliments of Crawford Garage Doors Route 1 SWIFT FEEDS JO 3-4461 EMPLOYEES Terrell, Texas BELLA DONNA SALON JACK PIERSON'S GARAGE BETTY LAWSON 806 E. Moore Phone Jo 3-5855 307 Ninth Terrell, Texas .TO 3-2631 COLUMBIA FINANCE CORP Best Wishes Loans Signature - Auto - Furniture TEASTER aro Up Applications by Telephone JO 3-2633 307 W. Moore . Si ELITE CLEANERS , , rf KA' ' 220 West Moore 0 I , I rg! p H JO 3-4523 for Pick-Up and Delivery Let us Keep-U-Neat at the Elite! COY DOUGLAS sERvlcE sTAnoN DOYLE CR0W CONOCO 1115 E. Moore and 1748 N. Frances Terrell, Texas 700 West Moore JO 3-5898 McGINTY'S B. H. DAVES Hardware for Home and Farm APPLIANCES Plumbing Supplies Ruth-Berry Pumps 218 West Moore Corner Nash at 110 N. Delphine Terrell, Texas JO 3-4191 ROBERT GHEEN GENERAL CONTRACTOR JO 3-3585 Terrell, Texas 6 W . f I fn ' V :- ' 5 ... A-1 - W .. L - - Q L?. GENERAL CONTRACTORS r-1 1-I n-- KN P1 93 m F? O O H CD L4 O U3 I IN3 r-1 b-P b-I Terrell, Texas J. F. GORDON QUALITY Cum: REAL ESTATE - Greenville Highway Ice Cream Life, Health, Group Insurance, Annuities, Pension Plans TRUCKING CO. Statewide Heavy Hauling 24-Hour Wrecker Service New York Life Insurance Company BUS-5 JO 3-5622 Res.: JO 3-2639 Terrell DRUE NICHOLSON INSURANCE AGENCY JOHNSON BROS. "Insure - In Sure - Insurance" 206 W. Moore Phone .IO 3-2761 120 North Virginia MONTAG, INC. Fashionable Writing Papers Blue Horse School Supplies JO 3-5511 Terrell, Texas CONGRA T ULA TIONS SENIORS Compliments of YO U R zzffzynwzffwzf LIVINGSTON AND INGRAM IIIJIIIWIICZ' AGENT "sERvEs You FIRST" KJ S ,,, 4.6.1 eee I I 'T If ' "Q "f :M :nlf A V Q12 ff .I Iyy 'K w g. 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Starting in 1960 with 5 employees, the companies have expanded to three separate locations, now employing ZOO persons. The home office is located in Rockwall, Texas. The three Terrell plants are: ALUMINUM FABRICATING, INC. ALUMINUM FINISHING, INC. ALUMINUM FRONTS, INC. RICKY TRAYLOR RONNIE MILLIKEN RICKY JONES TERRY FORD VERNON GRIFFIN KEITH ARMSTRONG BUDDY MCGINNIS CHARLIE WASHAM EUGENE LEWIS DAVID LEDBETTER JAMES SHAW JOE RODRIGUEZ TERRELL KEY CLUB TOMMY BELL - President Sponsored by TERRELL KIWANIS CLUB TOMMY KIRBY GOUGH GRUBBS RONNIE WESSON JEFF WHITT GEORGE VEAZY JIM TANKERSLEY MARK WATSON RONNIE RICHARDSON JOHN PORTER BRUCE LILES JERRY DAVIDSON RICHARD RODRIGUEZ "THE TIGER9' BOO TER Dr. E. D. Lane George Bruner Dr. J- B. Hooker J. G. Carden J. E. Langwith C. E. Donnell R. M. Cagley J. D. Rollins R. L. Gammons Robert L. Ayres Gene Lewis John G. Keller Monroe Hughes Drue Nicholson, Jr. Ed Griffith Dr. E. D. Lane F. M. Crain Woodrow Reagan R. M. Cagley Currie Pruitt Hollis Hindman Alton Ashworth D. R. Pulley Bernard Self J. W. Shephard Joe Braswell Dick Selzer H. O. Turner J. I. Cartwright Ir. Albert Davis Ray Kelpen Frank Carden Joe Braffman LIONS CLUB TERRELL CITY OFFICIALS Mayor Commissioner Commissioner Commissioner City Manager City Secretary Chief of Police Commissioner ROTARY CLUB Iim B. Houston E. L. Crofts Dr. Chester Davis Morris Brin J. E. Wood Ir. Frank Crain H. W. Hindman ,Tim Hendricks Jack Knauss B. F. White Noel Nelson M. A. Turner Bob Rice Leroy N. Smith Fred Baker Grady Hester Bob Parham Riter Hulsey 's. A. Mitchell Stanley Ballard Manley Brittain Will Rutledge Paul Sheppard Ed Coltharp , ,. 1 QQ, .Q W, , .FW LV -,gg k pi- xi ,Q g ,K J ff S '-swwierfws e -,sq wwf waxy 220 YQ 21 5 School 5on,g 1 Dear fo QU Hfzen AZQFZS recall Cl 1 ' one B . 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