Texas School for the Deaf - Towers Yearbook (Austin, TX)

 - Class of 1950

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Il 1, ,fff 1 ' r , lux NIIHHI wi nm In Xl n""" Class of 1950 Motto Not at the top but chmbmg Colors Royal Blue .md Wh1te Flower Gardema ,rw The Towers fn. HON ALLAN SHIVERN 101111101 0fTfrf1s The Gove1'no1"s Mansion MR MOXNE L KELLY and Spffmal Svhoole Capltol Blllldlllg 1u'.1'r'1'11f1'1'l' Dircvfor of fhf' Board for Texas Staff' Ilospifrzls SWT The Stelle Famlly ,QW POY MOORE STELLE Superintendent MR O L MCINTIRE MR IiUGO I' SCHUNHOFF Educational D71PPf07 IJ nrfoz of Czuzuulunz W MR. CHARLES WEYERMAN MISS MYRTLE HORNSBY Prmczpal, Vocational Depcmtmcnt Sllpmrzszmj Teacher, Przmury Hall QE , Nf'b,l V' , 1'f1:. -,fr If . .Q w kin' l . , N.. X ,A Faculty MUN, ,,. ,...- ., ROTATING TEACHERS FIRST ROW Mr Rilph White M W W Ll lb Mrs Earlme BldLkbllIIl Mrs Mxrx Ann Mclntnc M Jack Hensley SECOND ROW Mis M mle Ileflxboxui M1 W1 uth Mrs Ollie Sthoolheld M1 VX II D111 Iertha Haybeck THIRD ROW Mls M1ebelleIu1t0l M1 l1l1oI11 Jo1 w od Mrs Peggy Mltthtll M1 Will Io tn 'II C Q Butler Not shown M l 1111 Volle to l NON ROTATING TEACHERS FRONT ROW Mrs CHIIIG Abbott Mrs Bc tie IIODII 1111 M1 R L Dnis Miss Dorothx Hlvs BACK ROW Miss Clane Ciockett Mrs Ltl el W1ll1 III s Miss Dozothx Willtoxon Mis Mlllxle I'1stm1n ot houn M1 Il171beth Smlth UNIT II TEACHERS Mrs Vivian Peevy .-1---1 Dt pew PRIMARY HALL Webb Mrs Ie1le Sheznian Mrs Lette Fauth M1 Lhm beth Gullette SECOND ROW Mis Sxbll L:1nkfo1d Mlss Lo 111 IIOIIIQ bx Mlss Hope Flsdale Mis Ka e Svsa1tz THIRD ROW Mis Maude HHYIINOD Mrs MozellcX 1 ren M1 John Ol 011 Mlss Lllllill Capion Mis Wltz I1 benske TOP ROW left to right 'Ihs L C0 Culblea h Mis sit Smith Miss Myrtle Holnsbw VOCATIONAL STAFF M1 Barney Hemtschel Mr Juhus Seeger Mr Chas Wexerman Mr F W Blatewell Mrs Clsde Bldcewell Mrs Audra Beard Mr Bob Phillips Miss Luc1lle Wlllldllls Nlxss Mary Lee Wilhams Mr Wlllldm Bruns M I1 I Noiman Mr Robert Smlth 'VIr Jesse F Fox M1 J Il s- . 2 ' , 1', ' . . 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I I , 4 . .'.' 2. 4 , '. . - Dedication MISS MAINIIE HEFLH B011 ER MISS Mamle Hef11b011 QI gl 1duf1te11 f10111 the 1 l1lN9lS1tS of Tex1s 111 1902. and Jomed the fdCl11tX of the Texas School fm th1 Deaf 111 the f 111 of 1903 as 1f1StlUCt0l of the 11111111 deaf puplls Ill 19 7 she became 1 11111111111 1 of the academlc faculty and f1 OI11 19 1 1 u11t11 t'11 1111s111t 11 IS 111e11 1 sc111 1 StUd19S tef1111e1 We the C11ss of 19111 do 11111111511 c1e1111 111 t111s 111111111 to M1ss 111111 1101161 1111051 f11e11r111 f1tt1tud1 t1111 1111 the c111f st1111111ts 6111111151 1111 1 1111 31S that s11e 11415 taught It t111s s11111111 11 1s 111111 111 ll1SD11 1t11111 to us SIX we She has always sh011n 11 s1111e1e 111t111st 111 11e1 de 1f st11d111ts W1 s11111 1.1 ways remembe1 he1 because of her f111thfu111ess k111c111ess 111111 s1 mp 1t111 1 : 1 ' ' ' ' K, V . .2 C . 1 ' , . ' y, 4,1 K ' ' ' ' , J Ar. . , ' 2 ' ' . . ' - . ' n I 3:-1, 1 . 2 , , . . ' 7 ' ' 12? I . 5 Y 'TSX 2 A 2 , '.2 - . 1 . l v . 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Av- ' j ' ' - 2 ' ' 2 11 2 ' "2 ' 1 1 1 ' 1 - ' 1 -1 ' ' 2 1 . 1 2 2 - , , 4 4 I w' . 1, I -Y 2 v SQUWQIFS GERALDINII COKER A1L1fze.sLLS CES C11 Club D13.I1l3.t1CCll.lb G A A Pea Squ'1d Squale Dance Club Sub Deb Honors V2llGK'llCt01l'11l Cl-Iss lice dent Pleslclent of Squfue Dxnee Club 40 '30 VICC Pl0Sf1f'lll 49 50 SGCIGLAIX of Pep Sql 'ml ll Rees ADAMS Actwztzes Baseball Longholn Club Club L L S C Honors Secxetaly of Longhorn Club 49 50 Seeletalv of L L S 49 50 JENNIE LED POACH llflllflfb Cl1a1m Club L L S Sub Deb C E S Squ'11e Dance Club Pep Squad G A A Tenms Club Ilonors Salutato1 13.11 Presldent of Sub Deb 46 47 VICG P1GS1dGllt of Chfum Club 49 90 PI'8S1dGllt of Clrum Club 47 48 S9C1Ct'llV of Dulce Club 49 50 Clmss Tleasur CRALIA CONZ ALFS zmfzu L L S C L S Cha Club G A A Sub Deb Dramat1c Club Pep Squad Tennls Club Red Closs Squale Dance Club Volley ball Softball Basketball Honore Manage1 of Softball 0 S901 etaly of Red Closs 41 4 4 l ' ' N f c1"'f": . . ., .'. ., urm .1 ' , . . ., - , ' , . . ., 1 f , . 1. ., . 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V " WANDA PARKER Alctzmtzes L L S C E S Charm Club G A A Sub Deb Dramwtlc Club Honors Class Secretalw P10SlClCllt f L L S 49 50 P19S1ClQllll o S 49 50 Plesldent of th Charm Club 49 50 P16SlClGl1t of G A A 49 50 Artur tzes LOI1gll01I'1 Club T Footb'1ll Basketball F' II S o ball Baseball L L S Honors VICE Plesldent of L L S 49 50 V106 Presldent of Lon horn Club 49 50 TIGQSHIGI of T Club 50 Managel of Basket ball 47 50 Class H1StOF13H VERNON PATE Actwztus Longholn Club L L S Red Cross Dramatlc Club C E S F F A Honors SQCl9tdlW ofF I' A 16 17 S6Cl9td15 and T1easu1e1 of lol Cross 49 J0 Repoltel of Long horn Club 90 Class Pwphecs Class Reportel zutrcs L L S C L S horn Club Softball Dramatlc Club T Club Football Honors Manager of Football 45 49 Treasu1e1ofC E S 50 P19811 ent of Longholn Club 49 50 Class H1StO113H l I . . ., . . ., c l fl -'QI ' , , , ,, 1 ' ' 'y ' y 4 I- , ' ' , . 4 . ., 'W' ' ' Y 1 l . R- - . - v ' 7 ' V ' . v 1 . I . . . - " , o . . ., ' -'- , ' 'f' ' - -' - - - 1 q Y ! ' -1 C. E. ., - , ' 0 ' -'s , - - 1'- r -1 , ' , ,- I , 9 1 , A . , ' l . . , ' Q . ' ' i , l , BILYY SIMPSOII JUNIOR TODD ' ' ' , at ay 1 ' . . . '1 . ' , Cl.1lM Act ' ffs: . . ., . '. ., Lorm- 4 c , 1 , '. ., S , , " ' I R , u as 1 , , , . . . , ' : ' ' ' . . . - ' .-'R 7 -7 ' ' 'T 4 . 7 y I . 1 y 1 ' 1-' . . . v , A 7 7 u u fn - , , k I - , -7' , 4 as rr 1 , - - v C ' ' ! I ' ' - , I Vocational Semors DONNELL BRYAN KATHRYN CALDCLEUGH C E S L L S Softball Actwztzes L L S C E S Charm Club G A: A Tenms Club Pep ball Softball Honor Presldent of SOHIOI Vocfm tlonal Class CIIARLFS IWFLUGIN M T Club C E s L L s D1 fum ELIZABETH BLU IN tw Club Txack Football Softball C E S LLS GAA Sub Deb Charm Club, Pep Squad Softball ...,..., . "':...,.'.., r ' ' -9 1 Squad, Square Dance Club, Basket- ! l 4: sr , ' G . , 1 n my a a u, l C' ' 1 l 1 4 v 4 . . ., . . ., . . ., ' , , I L JAMES PENNY JACKIE RAGSDALE T Club CE S L L S Baseball Chalm Club L L S C E S Pep Club S q u a r e Dance Volleyball Softball HARRY RICHARD BREVARD RODGERS L S S C E S Softball Boy Scout L L S C E S Football Baseball Softball Softball, ' " ' ' " ' Squad, G. A. A., 'sulb-15eb,' Tlmnis DONALD SOWI' L C I3 S L L S Softbxll ROSE STOFFIILS Chfum Club Pep Squad Softblll Chalm Club Pep Squad Softblll MAXINE VVRIGHT LLS C E S G AA Chfum Club Tonnls Club Pep Squad Sub Dcb Volleyball C. E. S., L.Il.S., G.A.A., 'sub-DSIJ, JUNIORS Fzrst row Wanlta Irloerke Jua111t1 Easley Patr1c1a Lou H1ll Ma1y Ann Pekar Zelma S1d9S Robelt Chesney Second von Wlllle Hoelsche1 A11 drew Beckham Bllly C0ll1l1S Nlllllll Shelton Robert uea1h'11t Thzldrow B111 EWIII L V Tllfllll Y H ton Charles MlSS1ldlHe D1ck1e C11 ver SOPHOMQRES Fwst mu Barbara Slaton MeIb1 Damron Herm1na Peka1 Lave11 lme Robmson Second lou Mlll16 Ann Long Po 1 Pendergraft L1nard Thumann J T Jacobs Mlflam Bredahl Thwd row Frank Shaw LQWIS Sto vall Wllllam Buchanan Max Floyd Larry Harmon FRESHMEN First ron Jeanette F1tch Joy ce Duc ley M1ldred Anderson Paquel Cob Il ruv1as Second lou Bllly Gumm MIHHIG Lec Holst Befltrlce Slnnmg, Ca1olyn Pose Third low LOW8llMOI1tgOIll9iY Gus Culbello D1Ck8y Bell c ' V...,,A . , ' . A . - v . y C Y l Y I. Y 7 ' luv' . .v - , . Y . M,. s 1 l ,N I I - , 1 . v 1 2 " .1 r v.: , 2 Y . 'Y .1 Carlson, Mary Ann BOOZlk9e, Made- ' ' ' , B. . a, , I ' Y X.. u : , - ! Y . Y "1 . ': ' , t' l- , , u Q '- in .2 . , . . 1 , c r, ' ' 'L I ' ' 1 Y 'l ' v 0 . , 1 . , Y Rotatmg Classes The A g1OUp ihe B gloun if H The C group The D g1OLlD The D Group Mrs Abbott s clfzss Mlss C1 ockett s class Non Rotatmg Classes Mis Lastman s cl xss Mlss H u clflss Mrs B Pophflm s clfxs o - -2 ,, .2 A A. . . ti wh . 4 Q, wg . 5 . 9 . - ' 5 Q wg , 1 ,, Y i 1 1 - 1 . ' 2 V I " an Q. no t A ' fl .Ar y , if X, ,ks 1 ' . Y ' v qs . 'T .. 4 K' . , rw n n L C J Non Rotatmg Classes ll Mls Smlth s cl1ss ffl M195 Wlllcoxou s cl Q M1 Youn Cl s clfmss Mls E Xhllmms class M1 R L Dav1S class . . ' A 4 ,Au " .Vp I ' sf. ,ff NO , A 43X- . ' ' 1 I .Sl g J L R , A x Z4 an- 4. 5 .M .f , f- ARVA. N -f 1 ' wi A Nh V X , J.-x, Q - " J' 1, ga . 7 ' A Mg I ' vf ' X s ,A f 'L ' .' ,. 3.3 ' , ', V .1 , - ' 7 Umt II Primary -S Salutatorp By JENNIE LEE ROACH We the SGHIOPS of 1990 of the Texas School for the Deaf C0ldl3llX welcome eveuone of you present to our Commencement Dax program lt makes us vely happy to have ou1 belox ed pal ents teachers SUDGTVISOIS and frlends wlth us thlS afternoon At th1S tlme we WlSh to 9Xp1 ess our deepest gratltude for the constant asslstance Wh1Cll our teachels Wlth thelr patlence have glven us from the begmnlng year of our school hfe unt1l our graduatlon We llk8WlS6 owe our thanks to our beloved parents fol enabllng us to get a better 6dLlCZlt10Il here at T S D although we had to be separated from our famllles Moreover we appreclate the care that our supervxsors have glven us We w1ll tlv to remember the advlce of all of vou who have been mterested 1n us After departmg from our Alma Mater we wlll have to meet many new sltuatlons and we can make our llves a success lf we contlnue workmg hard to obtaln lt Well bear ln mmd the words of our motto Not at the top but Cllmblng' Agaln we want to say that we ale happy to have you wlth us on tlus occaslon and we hope vou w1ll enjov our program --- 1. ---1-D . 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I w r Y . n ' Zlaledrctorp By GERALDINE COKER The days have gone by qurckly now rn 1950 we senrors are reachrng our goal It rs trme for us to leave our Alma Mater and enter rnto new fields We feel that rt rs very drflicult to say farewell to each of you We wrsh to express our gratrtude to all of you frrends for your help your encouragement your love and your everlastrng farth that have helped us rn school To the Board of Speclal Schools We express our belref that you wrll contrnue to work for the betterment of our school Your work that helps us to be less handrcapped wrll contrnue we feel sure We say Thank you' To the superrntendent the prrncrpals and the teachers You have worked so hard and have had much patrence rn teachrng us many new thrngs and helprng us to hve rrcher lrves We are promrsrng vou that we wrll try to contmue to get more educatron as long as we lrve rn order that we may prove to you that we are wor thy of your fa1th rn us To our parents We wrsh to express much gratrtude to you for enablrng us to get an education If you had not made sacrrflces to enable us to go to school we should have to hve rn rgnorance and darkness but we are thankful to Vou who have wor ked so hard to send us to school We wrll never forget you for what vou have done for us To our fellow students We urge Vou students to become skrlled rn the three R s Many trmes teachers have told you about them moreover they are rmportant for vou The three R s are readrng wrrtmg and arrthmetrc Books especrally the Brble are your good frrends If you read good books your vocabulary wrll be rncreased furthermore you wrll also derrve pleasure as well as rnformatron from readrng that rs rf you become a good reader Books wrll also help vou to wrrte good language but you must strrve day by day to rmprove rn your abrlrty to wrrte correct Englrsh You should know arrthmetrc too because rn every day lrvrng you wrll meet many problems that you must know how to solve correctly besrdes arrthmetrc rs a study that trams you to thrnk clearly When you leave school you w1ll get a better Job rf you are skrlled rn the use of the three Rs The Rehabrlrtatron Department wrll be able to find better Jobs for grrls and boys who are good rn the three Rs rn addrtron to know1ng a trade Today at the schools many new burldrngs are belng burlt all over thrs natron for the deaf chrldren and well tramed teachers are belng employed to teach them the three R s The grrls and boys who prepare to go to college to get a better educatron should have as a good foundatron the three R s to help them rn then future studles You see that the three R s are rmportant tools to be used rn the future after you leave school l hope that you wrll remember my advrce to you to acqurre skrll rn the three R s whrle vou are students at the Texas School for the Deaf To the graduates Let us remember our motto Let us not grve up work that rs very drflicult for us to do but complete rt and clrmb on toward the top Let us always remember our happy days together and the worthwhrle lessons we have learned here Now srnce the trme has come for us to go our drfferent ways we must say Farewell' God be w1th you trl we meet agarn I 9 r - . 9 9 9 . . . . . . . H ,, , . . 9 9 ' 9 9 I 1 ' . . ' . ' . . r . , D . . 7 9 . 5 n . - . . ' . I . L , I Q 0 ' 9 1 . . , . . . . . , . , I . 9 9 - L9 . . . . . 9 9 9 9 9 ' Q 7 9 9 . . 9 . v. . . . . J 9 , . . . . . 9 - 9 , - , . ' 9 9 , . . ' . , . . . . . ' . . . . - 9 ' , I Q 1 ' 7 1 v . . . ' Q u . Q I at 99 u - 9 ' ' 99 Class Zlhll By WANDA PARKER We the senrors of 1950 do publrsh th1s our last wrll and testament leavrng some of the good thlngs whrch we have accumulated durrng our hrgh school years to the comlng senlors Wlth the hope that they w1ll be of some benefrt to them Mr Stelle your car has been up at the flllrng statron on the corner almost every mornlng under the care of the very best doctor but perhaps thrs auto wax Wlll be a better treatment than your usual doctor How about uslng thlS wax on your car Mr Stelle? Mr Mclntlre rt makes us SQHIOIS feel so sorry to see you dolng so much work every morning makrng out trme books for the tea chers so here IS a ready made book for you to save you trouble How do you l1ke 1t'? Mr Weyerman we know that you love to talk about the old trmes Perhaps thlS Lone Star may brrng back to you many other old tlmes whlch vou ll l1ke to recall so here IS the Lone Star and we WlSll you many more happy days to come Mr Weyerman M1 Schunhoff vse are sorry to hear about your leavrng our school to go to Washrngton yet there rs somethrng we have been qulte worrred about rt IS your sultcases We are afrard you dont have enough so to save our han from becomlng whrter than snow because of worry we present thlS surtcase to you Mr Schunhoff Mr Hensley you need somethrng to hold your books rn your school room and we hope these book holders are strong enough to hold them for you Mr W1ll Rogers always huntrng for a baby sltter youll never be able to f1nd a perfect one but we have found the best one for you and we know you can trust her Here IS your baby srtter and we hope you are well pleased wrth her Mrs Mrtchell here are your favorlte thrngs we have selected for you and they are the best thrngs we could find a lovely handerchref filled wlth sweet scent Mmm' Patrrcla Lou Hrll a lovely model for the Yarmg Department Store we dedrcate th1s beau trful evenlng gown to you wlth hopes It may br1n0 success to your career Best wrshes to you rn your career Patty' Wanrta Floerke we know that you are very fond of swlmmlng so here IS an attractlve bath lng surt and we hope lt IS your srze How do you like lt Wanltal There are three athletes rn the yunlor class so Mary Ann Pekar here s a baseball bat whrch w1ll help you to be the best player on the team Zelma Srdes we give to you a basketball and you may be the wlnner of the hlghest pornts Good luck Zelma' Nrmm Shelton you were chosen as an All Amer rcan player on the second team of football We know that you can not be on the team agaln th1s comlng fall Here IS a football to cheer you up when you look back to see the younger boys playrng We hope lt w1ll satrsfy you Nrmm Juanrta Easley you do much letterrng ln art and maybe thlS bottle of mk and pen Wlll be used to grve vou more experrence ln your work J uanrta Charles Mrssrldrne we senrors have heard what a good boy you have been savrng corn by corn and we thlnk you need a prggy bank where your COIHS may be put lnstead of glvlng your grrl trouble keeprng them for you A pretty fat prggy bank rsn t rt Charles? Brllre Colhns every mornlng at the cafe you have been orderrng a cup of coffee and some doughnuts but we thmk rt IS wlse to save your money A cup of coffee and a doughnut IS present ed to you Brllre Andrew Beckham we senrors have heard the story of your experrences rn cookmg so we have decrded to grve you th1s fryrng pan and every trme you want to do the cookrng the frymg pan w1ll always be waltrng How about cooking us some frred chlcken Andy? Robert Gearhart you are a hard workrng boy and many teachers have been tellrng others what a good worker you have been Here IS a mower a rake and a shovel you may use them every tlme you are offered a Job Robert Chesney a drctronary IS grven to you Don t come up and spell out some new words to us L V Thornton you always get out IH the sun to get baked so here IS a bottle of baby orl but don t come up and brag about your sun tan L V Drckre Carver you dress up as neatly as a pm and love to put sweet smellrng stuff on A bottle of Blue Waltz perfume may attract the grrls attentron Use rt Drckre and we may notlce you surrounded by grrls Wrlfred Hoelscher a young farmer on your father s farm a tractor IS grven to you Wrlfred and lt may make you a successful farmer some ay Brlly Ewrng poems and more poems are what you love so here IS a pocket book of the best poems and perhaps someday you'll be the world s honored poet I . ' Y 1 l ' . , . ' ' . 1 1 - . 1 - 1 ' 1 . 1 , , ' Y 7 . . ' , ' . . . . . 1 1 , . . , ' ' . , . . . . n 5 , i - ' . . . V . -. . ' V 7 1 ' ' . . . Y . 7 . 1 . Y 1 . ' ' cc ,11 - i - . ' - ' . . A, . . . 1 1 ' , ' ' ' ' 'A - - . n . 1 .ff - . 1 1 , - . v ' ' ' ' Q Q v 1 u we I , ' . , ' - 1 u f , . I , I I n . . . I , , y . . ' 3 1 , - , . . . . . . V I , . . 7 ' , , l . . . . - ' . 1 , . 1 - I , u 7 . . . . , ' 3 . , , 1. 1 l 1 1 . , . . . . . . . y ' . 1 a y ' . . . . . , . , Z ' ' 1 7 - . - , .f . 1 ' ' Y . . - 1 . , , . . . .' . 1 . ' ,1 , - . , . . . . . . . ' 7 7 . o . . , . 1 - , 1 7 7 , - , - d . 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 . . . 7 . ., , , . 1 1 ' Class Propbecp By VERNON PATE Ten years after my graduatlon ln 1950 fl om the Texas School for the Deaf I declded to I9 turn to the old campus for Fleld Day I was hlkmg along the road ln my khakl clothes as I am a poultry ralser It happened a t1re blew out and scared me almost to death When I looked at the drlver I found he was one of my classmates Jumor Todd He IS now a r1ch man and IS the owner of a ranch ln West Texas He had a lovely wlfe who seemed rather stuck up and a baby g1rl Wlth h1m 1n the statlon wagon Junlor 1nv1ted me to get ln and r1de to our Alma Mater We drove around and admlred the new modern school I was amazed to see our 50 class flower the gardenla growmg on the campus That evenlng our old class was to gather at the Commodore Perry Hotel for a banquet As It was almost flV6 o clock I hurrled to a tourlst court engaged a room and changed 1nto my Sun day clothes I went to a blg new cafe wh1ch was called Marvln s A man came along and asked me for my order I was amazed to see h1m slgnmg H1s beautlful sister served me a llght lunch They talked wlth me about the past I qulckly recog nlzed them they were Ellzabeth and Charles Mel ugm He took me to the bakery next door and wanted to 1ntroduce me to the owner I remember ed hlm as James Penny He owns that bakery and says that he has fifty employees to work for h1m We all talked together for a few minutes Thev were sorry that busmess would prevent then attendlng the banquet As I walked along the court a lovely ladv from MISSOUFI and her husband dr1v1ng a 1960 Cadlllac car stopped to engage a room at the motel We talked excltedly She was Jenme Lee Roach the salutatorlan of our class She sald she IS a hlgh school Enghsh teacher IH M1ssour1 and her husband IS the academlc pr1nc1pal Later we all went together to the banquet at the hotel I met Jackle Ragsdale a beautlful brunette w1th a lovely hat decorated w1th flowers She talked very fast she excused herself In a few mmutes she was back and brought her date to 1ntroduce to me I sald Your boy fr1end IS handsome She thank ed me and saxd she was worklng as an artlst for her frlend and they were golng to get marrled the next day Then we had to flnd our seats at the banquet A lovely blonde Geraldme Coker wearlng an exqulslte evenlng gown waved to me I opened my mouth and sald Coke I notlced her husband was wlth her and I remembered they were sweethearts at school a long t1me ago She polnted to her three children two glrls and a boy Thev looked brlght as thelr mother had been the smart est pupll around the school She sald she helped her husband wlth bee 1a1s1ng and hlS honey busl ness 1n Oklahoma I happened to glance at a pecuhar I00klIlg gentleman and he asked hls w1fe Kathryn Cald cleugh about me She Sald It was M1 Pate hls old frlend Don Sowell and I were happy to see each other and chatted They had a red headed baby glrl whom they had left Wlth her grandmother Don sald he was the manager of a ladles store 1n Dallas Texas and purchased new style clothes 1n New York B1lly Slmpson Ross Adams and h1s w1fe from Tennessee came very late to the banquet We all were surprlsed to see them B1lly Slmpson wore store bought teeth and he sald he was a bachelor and worked as a prlnter Ross Sald he was a housekeeper as he had lost lnterest 1n play mg professlonal baseball when he had fallen ln love He had to stay at home and h1s Wlfe worked as a stenographer for the Federal Bureau of In vestlgatlon Unt1l the banquet was over everyone talked w1thout stopplng The next day I woke up and notlced a fat man w1th a straw hat Donnell Bryan h1s w1fe Maxlne Wrlght and fat tw1n boys as they parked at the court I ran to meet them He shook hands w1th me so hard that my hand became purple about hls blg farm and br1ck house 1n Kansas He works at the gram m1ll there and has a colored man to work on h1s farm The t3Xl drlver came after me to take me to T S D for Fleld Day at the school I notlced a bunch of small klds standlng around a man smoklng a long clgar It was Harry Rlchard Brevard Rodgers and Rose Stoffels were accompanlng hlm Harry boasted to everyone that he got S1 000 each week as a salesman All of them were slngle I learned that Rose worked IH a beauty shop 1n Dallas and Brevard was a wrestler there FIVG mlnutes later a wealthy Span1sh glfl Gracla Gonzales M held out her two year old boy to greet us She Sald her husband was work 1ng and couldnt get off She Sald she stayed at home and took care of her ch1ld We all were eager to be on the f1eld and meet our old teachers and supervlsors A young lady was on the comm1t tee there I dld not know her at flrst Later a young boy aged ten told me It was Wanda Parker soc1al worker at our school She looked at me and left her post of duty She showed me everythlng new at the school and showed her room where she teaches B1ble and teaches the students to be Chr1st1ans Her husband IS a m1n1ster at the Bap t1St 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'. 1-.. ',' . - . . Junior Todd at the linotype machine receives instructions from Mr. Bracewell. Vernon Pate dem- Boys, Vocations ag. i' .Q L 5 9... ,gr Nw- ww-,ifx HY A .M r 4 R'N Left io zzght M1 151 uns, baklng, 1llSt1L1Ct0l and some of h1s students If utuxe bakels at WO1h In structo1 Depew and Wllham Buchanan 1n the palntlng shop M1 Hemtschel and a class 1n wood Wo1k1ng M1 F014 showes hls F F A boys hon to p1ck YVIIIHQIS M1 Fox 1I1St1LlCtS mole of h1S boys ln sheep Judglng Nr . H.. , ,V tfi A ,C J R WW ' .-.,. . V K ' , 1 A , L M- Q Af-w- .i1.g,4 m A " ' ' ' " .. v , N. f.,. - ..., NWN W- I . "' x':l A EL' ' 5 V ' x Nix N J SN .. lx I 41+ , ,, . E .9 . -., In 1 i 4 , si 1 1 A ,j I ,avg I 1 0, ' . ,ff 4 1 fsfflf x , .. a X' ti . . - .. QM' 3, 1,,1, . ', .' X ,' ,x-ww? 1 'R Nfi-4' E515 'A 1 ff. ?,Q1i13gf3gfa'-151 A ' fit., f . "fm-',,'f'e' wg, ,,' :75"t753f6, 4 2,0 , ggi All-.rf - V, - 'YGT'-f.:I1f's1 , , - f. 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There will be no biscuits for rivets from these girls who leal n to cook undei the diiection of Miss Lucille Wil- liams A -'rw Clubs and Organizations ii'-Hifi, Ai-um, Charm Club Lewis Literary Society Girls' Athletic Association Christian Endeavor Society Future Farmers of America Clubs and Orgamzatlons "T" Club Longhorn Club Boy Scouts Boy Scouts Dramatic Club 3 lun.. umor Red Cross Clubs and Organizations Square Dance Club G1rl Scouts Dramatlc Club 55-""'w-....,k 'Nw JQWNEQM ..a'iv-""'b"""""1w-.,-wqxgx wx H EJWUWHQJEU si R-,,z'i 'X x xl lx! ws- ! 'K I I NWN NL Iv" X, MRS. VIRGINIA LEE PEARSON Direcfoo ofGi1Is Phy.sica1Ed11cufion MRS RUTH SEEGER C 1119 Uhyszcfzl Educafzon Tcachcz Athletic Faculty of MR EARL SEAGO aseball Coach MR JACK WILLIAMS Dzrectov of Athletzcs ootball Coach MR RAYMOND BUTLER Basketball Coach L 613 t B D , 5 'L , T E I M. A1 P. ' .... i -1 'R"-1tVQ-. JZ' V:" ::::k Football Squad Basketball Squad 73 N K , ,,M,,-,..,., aaa, W M ... 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J 4 . . . . , I PATRICIA Lou HILL Modellng whlle studymg has been the llltf-31GStlI1g hobby of Patrlcla Lou H1ll durlng the past two y6d1S a hobbv that may develop 1nto a professlon aftel he1 school days are over A T S D Jumor Patl IC13 became 1nte1 ested ln fashlon modellng through the effolts of Mr Ihnest Hyman of Yal mg s teen age shop ln Austln She has model Saturday of the school year 1n the store propel Du11ng the past summel P3t1IC13. was employed on a palt tlme bas1s It Sakowltz ln Houston one of the leadlng fashlon mal ts fol women In a lecent style show held on the Un1ve1s1ty of Texas campus anothel T S D student made her bow as a model -dalk halred Snllllflg Wanda Stephens Accoldmg to 19 polts Patl 1c1a and Wanda wele the sweethearts of the show 1 u u 1 y 1. I . 1 . . . 4 4 1 M. , . . I 1 1 ' ' ' ed in several of Yaring's fashion shows, and works each 3 N. . 1 - . . 2 , ' , Q 1 1 - A i . , . . . Q . , - . , . . . 1 . . I


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