Texas High School - Tiger Yearbook (Texarkana, TX)

 - Class of 1966

Page 137 of 336

 

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Page 137 text:

'WHY' "K, BACK T0 THE SALT MINES-During football season, every fhel' talk ab0l1l C0mPelili0H YCUSS Tiger Band music? SPe0ial Friday moming the Tiger Gym rocks with yells and music. Stunts? PUPPY cheerleaders: PTeCi5i0n Performances of the PSP When the pep rally ends, students reluctantly pile out of the Squad-all the Tiger spirit. bleachers and retum to their classes. As they cross the campus, V I3I

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NOT HER IDEA OF A JOKE-In seventh-period study hall, Judy Kelly stares at the pile of books she finds on her desk- after all, she can hardly finish her own homework in one hour! P NO CUTS-Mr. Peters stands by to see that no one cuts into the cafeteria hamburger line. iii ' an we-5 People PEOPLE of all backgrounds are fused at Texas High. A reflection of the group would be a grand kaleido- scope revealing students-studious or fun-loving-and teachers-dedicated and wise. The office gang-principal, assistant principal, coun- selors, and secretaries-mirrors a group that is ready to aid us in any possible capacity. Classes reflect memories of daydreaming . . . practi- cal jokes . . . piles of homework . . . embarrassing mo- ments . . . beloved teachers. A view of mug shots shows us our best friend . . . the class clown . . . the girl with the friendly smile . . . the class president . . . and most likely, a horrify- ing picture of ourselves. Everyday more than l200 people walk through the halls of Texas High-girls, boys, teachers, and admini- strators. Each one is different, unique, and special, but all are united in a great society, whose members are called Tigers. y 'tif , -awk -I GETTING INTO CONDITION-Students in Mrs. Gibson's first-year typing class spend ten minutes at the beginning of the period warming up. They work on three sentences until their fingers are in condition for their timed writings.



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Board of Education centers energies on building of A REFLECTION of clude the BOARD OF non-profit basis, these our school's progress must in- EDUCATION. Working on a seven city businessmen con- tribute their boundless energy and countless hours in a tremendous effort to improve our school system. The responsibilities of the School Board are many, for they must study and strive to meet the needs of Seated at Board table: Dr. Wyrickg Vernon Cox, students, teachers, and other personnel. With the passage of the school bond last May, they immediately began making plans for a modern, new high school, plus numerous improvements for grade schools and junior highs. The business of the industrious group is no simple matter, they must select materials and equipment for architectg Bill Fordg Jerry Malyg J. W. Donaldson, 2 , .Y-r ....,..A,.' 'MLM , ,led I Q ' n Q ' , 1 1 5 ' s 1 ...1 f ,,,,, : t, n., K--v""' I32 ' 'ff--A--fe--s......,.,,,, I , f ' V ,, K I 5 4' ' " w WU' ' , A ,,,, ' ,Ml ., ,.,, ...,,,. i if I in ' ' 5 2 I Q ' . ' I "T7'i'??TTT' f a 1,,,i f B fftfiy W . i .,,., ,,..,. -i ,,,i. F I Q A i, f y i l 5 M 'I , G ir ffii ,f w f 5 I emu' fy ,fy ,fn , , f f

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