Thomas A Edison High School - Spark Yearbook (San Antonio, TX)

 - Class of 1955

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W Main Bu' d' g i GY U u o 4 a Table of Contents Edstor Edstor Bussness Manager Advertsssng Manager Asst Advertsssng Mgr Chsef Photographer Asst Photographer Subscrsptson Manager Subscrsptson Asssstants Adv Representatsves Barbara Bromley Mona Housel Dorothy Rasney Lucy Wsllsams Norma Carvalal Bob Dawson Arnold Coker Genevseve Boerner Jansce Power Carolyn Rylander Patts Stroud Barbara Jo Wyres Jansce Brashears Kathy Brown Jay lee Lammons Alan Luclvsgsen Shsrley Steele Jansce Strsnger Becky Swander Sherry Thomas Sponsor Mrs Mary K Nusom Feature Sectson Faculty Classes Sensors Junsors Sophornores Freshman Esghth Seventh Organszatsons Student Councsl Junsor Student Councsl Natsonal Honor Socsety Qusll and Scroll Pep Squad Booster Club Cheerleaders Malorettes Band Junsor Hsgh Band Band Parents Assocscstson Sensor Y Teens Junsor Y Teens Future Nurses The Spark Staff Bear sraclcs Staff Bear Tracks Representatsves Bussness Club Future Teachers Unsted States Hsstory Club Junsor Jaycees Junsor Jaycee Ettes Homernaksng Club Choral Club Sensor Hs E Club Junsor Hs E Club Audso Vssual Mechanscal Drawsng Club Thrsft Club Sensor Hs Y Junsor Hs Y Sensor H g P E Junsor H P E Junsor Natsonal Honor Socsety Junsor Homemalcsng Club Press Club Amateur Radso Esghth Grade Y Teens Nsnth Grade Y Teens Sports Club Speech Club Junsor Jaycees and Junsor Jaycee Ettes Slave Trade Lsbrary and Offsce Workers Cafetersa and Custodsans School Lsfe Black and Gold Prom Sweetheart and Beau Sensor Play P T A Outstandsng Honors Valedsctorsan and Salutatorsan Sports Advertssing 5 4 O 4 6 9 4 4 44 4 4 9 4 64 7 4 76 2 T ann--.4.---..-.. . 3 T6 - ' 24 54 - - 66 . 78 90 ' I 10 ' ' T08 1 .. . ' ' TTO . l N2 TT3 . TT7 H8 ' TT9 , T2 . ........ . . 122 ' ' T23 . . . ' . T2 .. . - 12 T2 . . . . T30 une... ' ' T3 I Spanish Club T35 ' T36 T37 ' ' T38 ' T 0 . . ' - T42 . .... A .I T6 ' ' . T8 ' ' . T4 - '-' T50 v.s.C. 152 ' ' ' T5 , , ' T55 ' '. T56 ' '. T57 ' ih . , 158 ' igh . . T59 ' ' ' T60 ' ' T6T . . T62 ' T63 ' . T ' . T66 T6 T68 . T69 ' ' T70 ' ' T7T T7 T ' T78 . . . 180 ' T82 - s ' sas T86 ' T2 Theme Dear Students: We have chosen for the theme of our '55 Spark, "A Cowboy's Dream of His School Days." This theme depicts o small bear who went through high school iust like you are doing now. He had his tribulations just as you have had. His life holds many golden memories and we hope this year's Spark will hold many of your golden memories. For the things that have happened in the past may never be lived again. Sincerely yours, Barbara Bromley Mona Housel 6 Dedication ,.v 4 , , ,U 2 Blxdffff ,'ffy2A- We cledncate the 1955 Spark to the memory of Mr Vaughn dned March 7 1955 at the age of 93 7 William Vaughn, who we all loved so much. Poppa f gi ig ei? "AW b h ogh Admlnlsirailon M gg f 1 N D XX f -V 0 LV ffl 4 l , y ff E. if C9 X ig 1: , 0 f ff X '.. -Z ' f : ,f - Af - J .- Af- -11 :E -3, - XC v, A J X' l I-Tl'-xv:-31717 : .X :ww , , , , 58 .K I! 55542 K' X : -X - -, jf is X11 VW J XA X- X . -+1 - To 1 t h y d Th 1 y h'gh h ly . I e d y g I 't To ll y I f h 1 M v 1 . gn 'iw v , E .w wi: 1' V.. Z4 1 ,N 'w...., 'QW Mr. E. W. Robinson President of San Antonio Independent School District Mr. L. W. Fox Director of Vocational Education and Industrial Arts of San Antonio School District Mr. Thomas B. Portwood Superintendent of the Son Antonio Independent School District -'Qs Mr. Oscar E. Miller Assistant Superintendent of the Son Antonio Independent School District iw 'W Q. unsung n THOMASA.EDBONPHGHSCHOOL 2101 EolsoN DRIVE SAN ANTONIO 1. TEXAS Seniors of 1955: We, the faculty of Thomas A Edlson Hlgh extend heart1est congratulations to you we feel that your diligence and cooperatlon have contributed toward making 1954 55 another successful school year May success and happ1ness follow you all the of your lives S1ncerely yours, ohn B Sulllvan Prlncipal days I3 Q. A 1. q s silk Mr. W. W. Few, Vice-Principal and Dean of Boys, counsels with Alex Meri-Akri, and Don Freiling. R W 1 hx Mrs. Camilla Hewitt, Dean of Girls, counsels with Jonef Bacon, and Judy Campbell. 'I4 -il l Mrs. Virginia Owings Secrets ry Mrs. Juke Wilson Attendance Clerk Mrs. Sora J. Greer Librarian Assistant cmd Clerk Faculty Boyce Margaret Aushn Gladys Barley Carrie Gbman Phnlllp 'I6 f Burgess Franc: Cameron Mar ustin, Gladys-BA .M.U., Dallas, Texas ailey, Carrie Lou-BS 8.I, Kingsville, Texas auman, Philip-BS, M Ed t. Mary's University, rinity University, an Antonio, Texas oyce, Margaret-BL, BA, MA WTSC, San Marcos, Texas urgess, Francis-BS, M Ed University, Massachusetts Mary-BA of Texas, Texas Julia-BS College, Michigan ey, Alma-BA, MA Mary's University, Antonio, Texas of Texas, Texas Mary Louise-BA, MA Simmons, Texas rinity University, Antonio, Texas rossley, Fannybelle-BA, MA TSC, Denton, Texas TSC, Commerce, Texas alglish, Robert-BA rinity University, an Antonio, Texas Cobb, Mary Louise Cane, Julia Crossley, Fannybelle Dalglish, Robert Carey, Alma 17 Forren, Roy Weldon Dempsey, Anne Ellnot, Lena 4 Fcglne, Ben 18 Foster, Rosalie Gro hc m, Marie Texas Um ersuty, Texas , Anne-BS, M Ed V Lena Mae-BA, MA, MS of Texas, Mary's University, of the Lake, Antonio, Texas Ben-PERMANENT CERTIFICATE University, Texas Roy-BS University, Texas srer, Rosalie-BS, MA TSTC, San Marcos, Texas . Mary's University, n Antonio, Texas raham, Marie-BA, MA CW, Denton, Texas TSTC, San Marcos, Texas reer, Marvin-BS, M Ed inity University, an Antonio, Texas ubertus, Arthur-BS 8-M, College Station, Texas nes, Jo K.-BS, MA klahoma A8.M, tillwater, Oklahoma nes, Margaret-BA xcs Tech, Lubbock, Texas chan, Roberta-BA, MA rinity University, an Antonio, Texas Jones, Jo K. Greer, Marvin Jones, Margaret Hubertus, Arthur Mo ha n, Roberta 19 Muller, Clcure Morchok Larry McCarley Paul Mlchot, Mcry K 20 2 if 52? 'f' me Montgomery Ramona Morris, Don Larry-PERMANENT TIONAL CERTIFICATE of Texas, Texas Paul-BS, MA C, San Marcos, Texas Mary Kate-BA College, eaver Falls, Pennsylvania iller, Claire-BA rinity University, an Antonio, Texas ry, Ramona-BS of Texas, Texas Don-BS Illinois University, Illinois Institute of Chicago, Illinois Mary K.-BS Hardin Baylor, Texas Jean-SPECIAL TE IN MUSIC, York, New York zabeth-BA, MA of Texas, Texas University, Antonio, Texas Alleen-BA, MA Word College, Antonio, Texas , San Marcos, Texas annon, Patrick-BS, MA TSTC, San Marcos, Texas Sayles Elizabeth Nusom, Mary Scott, Alleen Sarli, Jean Shannon, Patrick 21 Vielock, Mamie Taylor, Arvillcz White, Bull Thormcm, Donna White, Roy 22 aylor, Arvilla-BA, MA University of Texas, ' ustin, Texas horman, Donna-BA TWC, Fort Worth, Texas ielock, Mamie-BA, MA ur Lady ofthe Lake, t. Mary's University, San Antonio, Texas White, Bill-BA, MA rinity University, San Antonio, Texas San Marcos, Texas Roy-BS Baker College D rinity University, Antonio, Texas Robert-BS, M Ed ary's University Antonio, Texas Dessa BS , Denton Texas Helen BS of New Mexico, Je New Mexico od, Texas n, Paul-BA, MA Arkansas, Arkansas Witherspoon, Paul Wright, Dessa Wyatt, Helen Wood, Robert 23 .ff M7 Fw, -17 lu i 4-fx A ,XQQ13 u- J N X, if Q mf Semors Groduohon comes but once I surely was excuted When I wos chosen "Sensor Dunce My parents were delughted 24 ff as ' fl U K 1 N c X ""'Xu , . fl f ff" of 'ff F Q 1 X fr . . fff 6 , X rlv . P r r X we 'n X X T Q5 r VR X x X g x , T I . , ' Nr rf' 1 X A Q if f ff L M :QI . I it X F fig? e 7 I X T f' ' e' x l- 1' X W V W ' f dc-' ! , Q . H , . Q I -an Q 'K xg! AMW 6 J X x 1 - , - ' ' I nf" ,. 52" L. 5 ss' 1 yr' 'WH' ,ilk Q . V .- Senior Class Officers Standung left to right offlcers Valerue Martun Vuce Presudent Robert Orr Presudent Tessann Kuser Treasurer and Ann Klemt Secretary Senuors l955' lt was a long struggle but theur last year of hugh school brought much hcppuness to the Senuors Headung the class was Robert Orr Presu dent Valerue Martun Vuce Presudent Ann Klempt Secretary and Tess Ann Kuser Treasurer ln the Fall they receuved theur Senuor rungs and dusplayed them proudly everywhere Wuth Sprung came the excutement of orderung unvutatuons caps and gowns Hugh on the lust ranked the Junuor Senuor Prom whuch was held on the Olmos Terrace at the Olmos Club The Senuor Banquet was also an enloyable event The clumax was graduatuon whuch brought back old memorues and un stalled un theur hearts the hope of the future 26 - . . . . . . . . 1 1 ' 1 ' I 1 I I 1 - . . . s I ' . . . . . 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 . . . . . . . - 1 1 . , ' . . . Anderson, Byron-"Homus" Silence may do good, and can do no harm. Foot- ball 27 V.I.C. 3,47 Radio Club 4. Bailey, Bill-"Beetle" The quietest of the quiet. V.I.C. 2,3,47 Treas. 37 Pres. 47 Radio Club 4. Banks Charles What is the hardest task in the world to thunk V I C 3 4 Mechanical Drawing 4 Beamer Mary Her ways are ways of pleasantness and all her paths are peace Jr Y Teens 3 Sr Y Teens 4 Jr Jaycee Ettes 34 Pres 4 U S History 3 Historian 3 Student Council 4 Pep Squad 4 Becker Leroy Gentleman and scholar N H S 3 4 Track 3 4 as ketball 3 4 Jr Jaycee 3 4 Board Member 3 Pres 4 Student Council 4 EClub 4 Sec Treas 4 Bessellueu Ted Tussy I thank you for nothing because I understand nothing VIC 34 Mechanical Drawing 4 Bierschwale Bully Clem Though he was rough he was kindly Track 2 V I C 2 4 Mechanical Drawing 4 Blount Ann Joy rules the day and Love the night Band 'I 2 3 4 Malorette 3 4 C S U 'I 2 3 Sec 3 Jr Y Teens History 3 Treas 3 Jr Jaycee Ettes 4 Business Club 4 Treas 4 Library Club 3 Sr YTeens 4 Vice Pres 4 Boxley Barbara Bobble Variety is the soul of pleasure Pep Squad 3 4 Jr Y Teens 2 3 Jr Jaycee Ettes 3 F H A 3 C S U 3 US Hlstory4 PressCIub4 APA 4 FTA 4 Bromley Barbara Often there is eloquence in a silent look Pep Squad 2 3 4 Jr Y Teens 2 3 Sr Y Teens 4 Service Chair man 4 CSU 23 Tumbling Team I Jr Jaycee Ettes 3 Tennis Team 34 US History 34 Co Program Chairman 3 Recording Secretary 4 An nual Staff 3 4 Asst Advertising Mgr 3 Editor of Spark 4 APA 34 Student Council 4 Quill and Scroll 4 I I . . - 7 . - 7 . - , 7 . 7 . . ' 7 ' ' , , . I . . . . , 7 , 7B - , 1 . , : : - 7 ' 1 - 1 -- . . ' TII ll I s . I . .. . , , . ' ill ll I , U ' - 2 .. . , , . I . ' I I I I ' , 7 . . . , , 7 . 7 . - 2,37 Devotional Chairman 3j Student Council 2,47 U.S. ' 1 - 7 . - z ' 7 - 1 ' : . - : ' - -Il ' ll I ' ' . ,: - - I 7 , - 7 . . . I . . . I , , ' 7 7 . . . 7 . . . . I , , 7 - - , 1 - - 1 ' " 7 . . . , 7 ' I - ' 7 ' , i - - ' I I ' . I . i - I I U . . i I . 7 . . . , 7 I I I Brown, Beverly-"Bev" A quiet rnind is richer than a crown. Pep Squad 3,45 C.S.U. 35 Choral Club l5 Speech l5 Jr. Y-Teens 35 Sr. Y-Teens 45 F.N.A. 35 Jr. Jaycee-Ettes 45 Stu- dent Council 4. Brown, Dalton-"Pluto" He blushes- all is well Band l 2 34 Mechanical Drawing 2 4 Jr Jaycees 4 Burkhardt Eleanor Ellie Happiness and beauty are by products Pep Squad 2 3 4 Sec 4 Student Council l 2 Jr Y Teens 2 3 Sec 3 Sr YTeens 4 Program Chairman 4 US History 3 Jr Jaycee Ettes 4 Class Vice Pres 3 Burrer Barbara Sam A girl of mild manners and a gentle heart Choral Clubl Asst Reporterl CSU 2 Jr Jaycee Ettes 4 F N A 4 Bu rton Ba rba ra lt is the province of knowledge to speak and it is the privilege ot wisdom to listen Band l 2 3 4 U 2 3 Jr Y Teens 2 3 Jr Jaycee es FNA 34 Corresponding Sec 4 US History 4 FTA 4 Butler Bernard Beamy His silence is sufficient praise Jr Jaycees 4 Radio Club 4 Butler Denise Denny To thee only God granted a heart ever new To all always open To all always true Pep Squad 3 Tennis Team 3 4 Jr Jaycee Ettes 3 FTA 34 Pres 4 U S History 3 4 Student Council 4 utler Evelyn Evy A silent woman ts always better than a talkative one Choral Club l 2 3 4 is orian r Pres 3 Sec 4 Speech Club 2 4 F H A 2 C S U Jr YTeens 3 Jr Jaycee Ettes 4 Sports Club 3 Parl 3 Student Council 34 Buttler Pat Patty Rae A girl of wonderful qualities of both mind and heart Pep Squad 4 U S History 3 Sr Y Teens 4 Jr Jaycee Ettes 4 Business Club 4 Secretary 4 alhoun George Governor A tall than blond Everyone likes him because he is so friendly Band l 2 3 4 Sgt at Arms 3 Vice Pres 4 Student Council 234 US History 3 J Jaycees 4 11 - - II ' II I - , , 5 . J I fi 1 ' fi - 1 . - 1 1 -- 5 , - 5 - . . ll Il I - 5 . 5 . . . 5 . - 5 .... I C.S. . l, ,5 . - ,5 . -EH 35 . . . ,5 ' . 5 .. 5 Il ll I - . . I ' II ll I - , . 2,3,45 Lt. 45 Algebra Club 'I5 Jr. Y-Teens 2,35 C.S.U. 1 ' 11 . - 1 -- - 11 . 5 . . ,5 . ll ll I - . ff17l"l'f' 'l5PGl.25 . 5 . 5 , 5 .. . 5 .. .35 - - 1 - - 1 1 . 5 ,. Il ll I - . . . I I . ' I . ' f . ll II I - - 1, 11 -- - 1 ' - . 1 , ,f . . I r. Campbell Judy As pleasing a young lady as anyone would care to meet Choral Club l Reporter l Pep Squad 2 34 Asst Cheerleader 4 Jr Y Teens 23 Sr Y Teens 4 U S History 3 Bear Tracks Representahve 3 Jr Jaycee Ettes 4 Reporter 4 A P A 4 Cassudy Janet Hopalong Silence IS the best ornament of a woman Pep Squad 34 Jr YTeens 3 Sr YTeens 4 Jr Jaycee Ettes 4 Busnness Club 4 Colller Joe Only he who attempts the absurd as capable achuevnng the nmpossuble V I C 3 U S History Cox Jan Mouse Hls thoughts are kept to himself Jr Jaycees 4 Track 4 Swimming 4 Croft Don Silence seldom hurts anyone VIC 2 34 Rado Club 4 Cutsmger Jackle Patience IS the best remedy for every trouble Pep d 3 Y Teens 4 Jr Jaycee Ettes 4 Busuness Club 4 Dallmann Marulyn Snlffles The red gold of her haur and the blue of her eyes U 3 s Y Teens H A Jr Jaycee Ettes 4 Davis Loren Specs Laugh away you tune laughter A P A 3 E Cl b 4 Jr Jaycees 4 Paper Staff 4 Dawson Bob Has policy IS keeplng qunet Annual Staff Photographer 34 APA 4 Press Club 4 Sgt at Arms 4 Quill and Scroll 4 Decker Janette Jan Beauty and sweetness all ID one Pep Squad 2 3 4 Annual Staff l Jr YTeens 2 3 Sr YTeens 4 Jr Jaycee Ettes 3 4 29 I . 1 1 , , 5 . 1 - - 1 1 - - 1 - - 1 5 , - 5 5 .. . . ' ll ll I - , . ' I . ' I - ' I . . I ' of II II I - - - 1 i . . . I . .. . , , 5 i I Squa ,45 F.H.A. 2,35 C.S.U. 35 Jr. Y-Teens 35 Sr. - 1 - - 1 ' . ' ll ' Il I .. C.S. . 5 .ll'. Y-Teen 35 Sr. - 45 F. . . 35 ' II II , - , . .. . 5 - u 1 . 1 - I . . . . r 3,41 1 1 . - - 1 1 -r . I ' . ll ll r - . ' , . Deuke Shlrley Good nature as the beauty of the mnnd Pep Squad 2 3 4 Jr Y Teens 2 3 Treas 3 Sr Y Teens 4 U S sory 34 Pres 4 CSU 3 Business Club Bear Tracks Representatuve 3 Student Council 3 4 De Kanter Alex Skmny To luve at ease and not be bound to thunk Paper Staff 3 Jr Jaycees 3 4 Sec 3 4 C S U 3 E Club 4 Football Manager 4 U S History 3 Duecker Fred Chet lt ns better not to know so much than to know so many things that aunt o Football 1 2 34 Bas ke all 124 Track 1234 Baseball 1 E ub Class Vuce Pres 2 U S Hnstory 3 Jr Jaycees 3 4 Durham Dan Honor ns purchased by the deeds he does Audno sual 1 2 3 4 c 2 Pres 4 Basketba N H S 34 Jr Jaycees 3 4 Board of Durectors 4 Student Councnl 4 Eckermann Betty She hath a natural wuse sunceruty a snmple truth Staff 3 4 Qunll and Scroll 3 4 Sr Y Teens 4 A P A C S U 3 Jr Jaycee Ettes 3 4 Reporter Chaplaun 4 Pres 4 Ehrlich Roger Duke A nlce unpartucular man Band 3 Speech Club 3 4 Choral Club 4 Elkms Davtd Little Elks Some people are nucer than they are wlse Football 1 2 4 Basketball 1 Track 1 2 Swlmmnng 2 E Club 4 VIC 34 Sgt atArms4 Everly Bull Sceeay ooure Benevolence ns the dustmgunshmg characterustuc of man Football 1 3 Track 1 4 Swnmmmg 1 Algebra Club 1 V I C 2 3 Student Councul 4 Ewmg James Cannonball Each man has has own desvres Band 234 US History 2 Mechanncal Drawmg 4 Jr Jaycees 4 Ford Janet Kntten She carrues wuth her a generous fruendshup Speech Club 2 Paper Staff 4 A P A 3 4 Jr Jaycee Ettes 4 I 1 1 I - ' I I - I - ' I - - Htl , 7 . 7 . . . 7 4j 1 1 - ll ' II I - 1 - 1 1 - 1 1 - - - 1 - 1 7 . . . Il ll I .. . . , S ' I 1 I I ' Tb 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 -Cl 41 - . 7 . . 7 . , . I V1 , , , 7 SE . ,37 . 7 ll 27 ' ' ' 1 I - 1 I f I 1 r ' fulness. Pep Squad 2,3,47 Jr. Y-Teens 2,37 Paper 1 1 ' 1 1 - - 1 - - - 3,47 . . . 7 . - , 7 37 I . . ' Il II I - - 1 1 1 1 ' ' ll ' Il I - 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' ' 1 - j . . . , I .' ' . ' ll II f - 18 . - 1 1 1 1 ' ' 1 7 .. . , 7 . ' Il II I .. - 1 1 1 - - I I . . ll ' ll I - 7 7 . . . ,7 . - . Fried, Floyd-"Johnny" ln other respects the best fellow in the world. Bas- ketball 25 Track 3,45 C.S.U. 35 Mechanical Drawing 45 Jr. Jaycees 4. Gardner, David Seldom heard but always seen. V.l.C. 4. Garza Stella Stel lf silence is really golden we know Stella will be rich Jr Jaycee Ettes 3 Sr YTeens 4 Spanish Club 4 Gonzalez Hilda Quletness as best Sr Y Teens 4 Spanish Club 4 Business Club 4 Gonzalez Irma lrmy Her talents were of the more silent class S Y Teens 4 Spanish Club 4 Business Club 4 Gow Margaret Peggy Short and sweet if l were ludge a piece surely worthy of praise Jr Jaycee Ettes 4 Sr Y Teens 4 Gray Frank Bubba Let me be what I am and try not to alter me Band 234 Drum Malor 234 CSU 123 Stue Track 'l E Club 4 Jr Jaycees 3 4 Speech Club 3 4 Pres 3 Class Pres 2 Grohman Ray Rawhide He is quiet as a lamb VIC 2 3 4 Swimming 2 Mechanical Drawing 4 Grohman Victor Texas Vic Often a silent face has voice and words VIC 3 4 Mechanical Drawing Club 4 Hamilton Virginia Ginger' A merry heart maketh a cheerful countenance Pep Squad 3 4 Speech Club 2 N H S 3 4 Jr Jaycee Ettes 3 4 Sec 4 Jr Y Teens 3 Sr Y Teens 4 ll ll I - 1 . . - 5 . - 7 ' I . - - - 1 1 ll ll I - ' . r. - 1 1 ' - ll ll I - I . . - 1 . - . ll ll I - l,,,5 ' ,fi---117 dnl Council 'l,2,3,45 Baseball lp Basketball 'l,2,3,4, 5 - 5 . , 2 1 I , f . . ll ' Il I - . . 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' ' ' ' 11 ' 1 , - 1 1 5 . . . , 5 . - 1 1 . 1 . - 5 . - . 3'l Harpel John W Ace Everythnng that us exqulslte hndes utself VIC 2 Jr Jaycees 4 Radio Club 4 Treas 4 Harrls David Scratch Hus smule us sweetened by hrs gravity Football l 2 3 4 Basketball l 2 3 4 Track l 2 3 4 Baseball l E Club 4 Student Council l 2 U N Y l U S Hnstory 3 Vuce Pres 3 Class Pres 1 Jr Jaycees 4 Herwug louretta Lulu lt ns gentle manners whuch prove so urresustable women Pep Squad 234 Jr Jaycee Ettes 34 US H1story3 Sr YTeens4 NHS 34 Hull Roxle Rox Her step ns muslc and her voice as song Pep Squad 2 3 4 Reporter 3 Jr Y Teens 2 3 Musuc Chanrman 2 Parl 3 Sr Y Teens 4 C S U 2 3 Paper Staff 4 Jr Jaycee Ettes 3 4 Treas 4 Vuce Pres 4 Housel Mona Mo Out of the abundance of her heart the mouth speaketh Tumbling Team 1 Annual Staff l 2 3 4 Advertusmg Manager 2 Business Mgr 3 Editor of r 4 APA T234 Stude Cuncnll SU 23 Bear Tracks Representatuve 2 Paper Staff 3 Jr Jaycee Ettes 3 4 Board of Dnrectors 3 4 Press Club 4 Treas 4 Quill and Scroll 3 4 N H S Howard Mary Jo Jo This fair lass has a great sense of humor N H S US Hustoy 34 FTA 4 Spamsh Clu Pres 4 Hunt Dee Bubbles Men ot few words are the best men U S Hnstory Jr Jaycees 4 Hurta Jouleen J She as sweet and kind In every way Pep Squad 2 34 Jr YTeens 23 Sr YTeens 4 Sec 4 Student Councul 4 Commercual Club 4 Hutchinson Janey The beauty of a lovely woman as luke m src J Y Teens 3 Sr Y Teens 4 Jr Jaycee Ettes 3 4 Choral Club 4 Jackson Nancy Her quuet nature keeps us from fnndmg out much about her Pep Squad 34 Jr Jaycee Ettes 34 Sr Y Teens 4 Il ll r '- . ...j . 5 5 .. 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' I-' I- ' :F 1 ' If ' ' If Jett Tommy No matter what the decusuon be I always fund room to disagree Choral Club I Band 23 Jr Jaycees 4 Johnson Bully Jo Bee Vay Love us the truth of truth Band I 2 Homemakm 9 'I2 CSU 2 Speech Club 2 FTA 2 Jr Jaycee Ettes 4 Sr Y Teens 4 Jones James Stately and tall courteous to all Football 'I2 Basketball I 34 Track I Jr Jaycees 34 Publtcuty Chanrman 4 Paper Staff 4 Press CIub4 Karnes Lucllle Lucy The kmd of gurl that wed all luke to be Jr Jaycee Ettes 4 Homemakmg Club 4 Busuness Club 4 Keslar Harold Lucky A small heart hath small desures Football I Bas ketball I VIC 2 3 4 Treas 4 Mechamcal Draw mg 4 Klser Tessann Tessle Wat to persuade and beauty to deltght Pep Squad 2 34 Tumblung Team l U NY I Class Sec I Jr YTeens 2 3 Sr YTeens 4 Student Councul 34 FN A 34 Pres 4 US Hnstory 3 Annual Staff A P A 4 Program Chalrman 3 Commercial Club 4 Class Treas 4 Klemt Ann Life ns sweet to everyone Jr Y Teens 3 Sr Y Teens 4 Student Councnl 3 Pep Squad 3 4 Cheerleader 4 Jr Jaycee Ettes 4 Sec of Sensor Class Koons Glrard Red A good fruend never offends U S Hlstory 4 Kuehne Jam Rocky Sometimes a musfortune to be too handsome a man Student Councul 'I 4 Football I 2 3 4 Basketball 'I Baseball I 34 Track I 2 34 Swnmmung 'I ECI b 4 Jr Jaycees 3 4 Board of Trustees 4 U S Hustory 3 Paper Staff 4 Lammons Jay Lee La Mo Hts thoughts are kept to hnmself Audio Vnsual Sgt at Arms 2 Football 2 Track 2 Jr Jaycees Press Club 4 Quill and Scroll 4 N H S 4 I 1 ' I 17- ' u ll l ' rf ,I---I g...5. - I-' . 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' u ll I - ' ll u , - 11 :fri I :ff :ffl f'U 1- ff F-- I . ll 11 I - . - 25 : : z- 4: 5 Lewus Bob Bug Bad Bob Hus thoughts are kept to humself Jr Jaycees 3 4 F T A 3 4 Magee Beverly luttle Nug And her dark eyes how eloquent' Ask what they would twas granted Pep Squad 3 4 Sgt at Arms 4 Jr Y Teens 2 3 Sr Y Teens 4 Student Councul 2 Martun Bull Dong No one knows what he can do tull he trues Track 4 Mechanucal Drawung 4 Jr Jaycees 4 Martun Valerue Val Delucacy us to love what grace us to beauty Pep Squad 2 3 4 Jr Y Teens 2 3 Sr Y Teens 4 Worshup Chaurman 4 Speech Club 12 FHA l Advusory Sec 24 Bear Tracks Representatuve 3 CSU 3 Student Councul 4 Jr Jaycee Ettes 4 Board of Durectors 4 Annual Staff 4 A PA 4 Class Vuce Pres 4 McCampbell Penny PK A gurl wuth a fruendly word for everyone Student Councul l 234 Pep Squad 34 Jr YTeens 23 Socual Chaurman 3 Sr Y Teens 4 Commercual Club 4 Jr Hugh Cheerleader l Asst Cheerleader 3 Cheerleader 4 McCarley Edward Smulung Ed Not enturely agaunst work but not exactly un sym pathy wuth ut Band 'I 3 4 CSU T Speech Club 3 4 Jr Jaycees 3 4 Safety Club 4 Mclntyre Robert Mac When a man us no longer anxuous to do better than well he us done for Football 'I2 Basketball 1 Swummung 2 VIC 3 4 Mechanucal Drawung 4 McVoy Marcue Mac A quuet undustruous luttle gurl whom we fund pleasure to know C S U 2 3 N H S 3 4 Pres 4 Jr Jaycee Ettes 3 4 Sr Y Teens 4 Sr Y Teens 4 Student Councul 4 Sec 4 Meru Akru Alexander Arku A boy who has the abuluty do be pleasant on all occasuons Football 2 Track 234 Basketball 2 N H S 3 4 Vuce Pres 4 Press Club 4 Jr Jaycees 4 Mulls Bullue Tennessee Her smule recures the woundung of a frown Sr Y Teens 4 Busuness Club 4 ' ll' ll I . . ,f ...,. 11' '11 I 1 ' ll "' F" fi-' I . ' 'II ll I P I- - ' 'll ll I III" If-' I I fi--'F .,f Q..-f F- ' P I I---I ' ll ll , i.. lllf If " If I-' F I- I . f u 'f ll I , - - iff"-I fi- If - ll ll I .- r ' If I i...,p . 'll I1 I U . ...,p...,p .1 . - ,p .- g.- I g.. ' ' u '11 - ' ..- ' I iff f ...,5 - .7 7. . ' " ll ll I 1 f . Mollqaard, Dale-"Muddy" Some folks are wise and some are otherwise. Band 2,3,45 Jr. Jaycees 3,45 Mechanical Drawing 3,45 U.S. History 4. Mollgaard, Janice The sweet converse of an innocent mind. Pep Squad 3,45 Tennis Team 2,3,45 Jr. Y-Teens 2,35 C.S.U. 35 F.N.A. 3,45 Jr. Jaycee-Ettes 4. Morgan, Doris-"Mickey" Sweet as dew Shut in a lily's golden core. Pep Squad 3,45 Lt. 45 N.H.S. 3,45 Treas. 45 Jr. Y-Teens 2,35 Sr. Y-Teens 45 Music Chairman 35 C.S.U. 2,35 Jr. Jaycee-Ettes 45 Speech Club 2. Morgenroth, Joseph Edmund-"Joe-Ed" His very silence is confession Jr Jaycees 4 Mechanical Drawing 4 Morrison Johnnylee Sincerity can be recognized by the sincere alone Choral Club 4 Jr Jaycee Ettes 4 Mudd Mary Lynne Mickey She has a smile for everyone Sr Y Teens 4 Muschalek Dorothy She has a merry heart Sr Y Teens 4 Nordley Roberta Bobby Short and sweet as she can be Sr Y Teens 4 Jr Jaycee Ettes 4 Business Club 4 Oliphant Patricia Patt Softly speak and sweetly smile Pep Squad 4 Jr 4 Reporter 4 Paper Staff 3 4 A P A 3 4 Ex Editor 4 Quill and Scroll 4 Orr Robert the Immigrant Vivacity and wit make a man shine in company otball T234 B ketball 12 T ck l234 Club 4 Student Council 4 Jr Jaycees 3 4 Board of Directors 3 4 N H S 4 . . I I 5 . - . II ' II I - I ll Il I - . . - 5 . . I ' I ' ' ' ll Il I - . 5 . Jaycee-Ettes 3,45 Sr. Y-Teens 45 Business Club 5 ,, - ,, I - F0 ,,f:C1S ,:V0 ,,,:E- : : . , : , j . . . . ' 35 Paul Barbara Bobby She IS happy throughout the day Choral Club 4 Business Club 4 Jr Jaycee Ettes 4 F N A 4 Palfreyman Rose Lynn Petey Snncerlty and honesty are one of the best qualutues F H A 2 3 4 Reporter 3 F T A 2 3 4 Correspondung Sec 3 C S U 3 Paper Staff 3 A P A 3 Spanush Club 4 Quick Marne Ree Her gentle manners prove very urresnstable In wom en Pep Squad 2 3 4 Jr Hugh Cheerleader 'l Asst Cheerleader 2 Cheerleader 3 Head Cheerleader 4 Student Council l 2 4 Jr Y Teens 2 3 Vuce Pres 3 Sr Y Teens 4 Publlcuty Chanrman 4 A P A 4 N H S 34 US Hnstory 3 Commercnal Club 4 Tumblma Team 1 Ross John A friend may well be reckoned the masterpnece ot nature Central Sound System 2 3 Paper Staff 2 3 4 Advertlsung Mgr 2 Business Mgr 3 4 A P A 2 3 4 Jr Jaycees 3 4 Football 3 4 Qunll and Scroll 34 E Club 4 Student Councul 3 Auduo Vusual 3 Pres 3 Treas 4 Saathoff Clifford He that hath knowledge spareth has words Foot ball 1 2 3 4 Co Captann 4 Basketball 1 2 3 4 Track l 23 EClub 4 Pres 4 Class Pres 3 Jr Jaycees 3 4 Student Councll 3 4 Treas 4 Saathoff Sara She ns noble an every thought and un every deed C Ul23 Jr YTeens23 FTA 234 Vice s 4 Central Sound System 2 N H S 3 4 Sec 4 U S Hlstory 3 Commercial Club 4 Sassman Harold Sassey To spend too much time nn studnes ns sloth Band 4 T eas 4 U S History 3 Jr Jaycee Auduo Visual 3 Mechanxcal Drawmg 4 Scarborough Gall Baby Doll Education as a treasure and culture never dues Pep Squad 2 3 4 Vuce Pres 3 Class Vuce Pres 1 Tumbl mg Team l Student Councul 2 Annual Staff l 2 3 Subscnptuon Mgr 2 Advertnslng Mgr 3 Qulll and rol34 APA YTeens Sr Teens 4 Commercnal Club 4 Jr Jaycee Ettes 3 U S History 3 Recording Sec 3 N H S 3 4 Scharem Gus Cotton Good nature us the beauty of the mmd Foot ball 'I2 3 4 Co Captann 4 E Club 4 Vnce Pres 4 Basketball l Track l 2 3 4 Jr Jaycees 3 4 Treas 4 Class Sec 3 Schnelder Bobby Snuffy No talent but yet a character Mechanical Draw mg 3 4 Jr Jaycees 4 ll II I - . 1 7 . - 7 . . . . II ll I - - - - 1 1 1 1 - - - 1 1 1 ' . 7 . . . 7 7 . . . 7 ' ' Il ll I ... - 1 1 1 - ' 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 I - ' I I ' . 1 - - 1 7 . . . 7 . . . . 7 . . 7 7 ' I - 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 . 1 1 1 - - 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 11 - 1 1 - 1 . 7 . . . I 1 1 1 1 - ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 . 1 . 1 - 1 1 1 1 - - I Pep Squad 2,3,47 Lt. 47 Student Council l,2,37 .S. . , , 7 . - , 7 . . . , , 7 ' -Pre . 7 7 . . . ,7 . 7 . . I . II Il I - 2,3, 7 r . 7 . . ' 7 . S 3,47 . I I ' II II I - 1 1 1 1 ' - - 1 ' - - 1 - ' 1 1 1 1 1 ' ' . 1 - 1 Sc l , 7 . . . l,2,3,4,7 Jr. - 2,37 . Y- 1 ' 1 - - 1 -- ' 7 . 7 1 . . , . ' Il II I .. 1 1 1 1 - ' 1 - 1 ' - - 1 f 1 1 1 I ' 1 I ' I . . ' ll ll I .. 1 l ' ' , I . . Seideman, .Ioy-"Terry" A true friend is the greatest of all blessings. Pep Squad 2,3,4g Jr. Y-Teens 2,35 U.S. History 35 Jr. Jaycee-Ettes 3,45 F.T.A. 4. Shockey, Gerald-"Jerry" His sole concern with work was considering how he might best avoid it Audio Visual 1 2 4 VIC 2 3 4 Track 'l Simroth Wayne Sim Follow your own bent no matter what people say Football 12 Basketball 2 3 Track 34 VIC 34 Reporter 3 Sec 4 US History 34 Reporter 3 FTA 4 Jr Jaycees3 CSU 3 Statzer linda The soul of sweet delight can never be defil d Jaycee Ettes 4 Sr Y Teens 4 Stevens Carole Steve She has dark hair and dark eyes Pep Squad 2 3 4 Lt 4 Tumbling Team 'l Jr YTeens 23 Sr Y Teens 4 NHS 34 US History 3 Parl 3 om mercial Club 4 Stiegler Beverly Bee Verly And her sunny locks hang on her temples like a golden fleece Pep Squad 2 3 4 T eas 4 J Y Teens 2 3 Sr Y Teens 4 Pres 4 Algebra Club 1 Speech Club l U S History 3 Jr Jaycee Ettes 4 Class Treas 3 Swander Rebecca Becky The Iolliest happiest type of a girl and a friend to T2 3 Treas 3 U N Y 'l Jr Y Teens 2 3 Historian 3 Sr Y Teens 4 Parl 4 Annual Staff 2 3 4 Sub scription Mgr 3 Paper Staff 34 Editor of Bear Tracks 4 APA 34 Quill and S roll 34 NHS 3 4 Student Council 3 4 Parl 4 Jr Jaycee Ettes 4 US History3 Pres 3 Tackett Lou Ann Lucy' Not much talk a great sweet silence Pep Squad 4 Agr 4 CSU 3 Jr Jaycee Ettes 34 Board of Directors 4 Jr Y Teens 3 Sr Y Teens 4 Taylor Larry He touches nothing but he adds a charm Football 12 Basketball 1 Track 12 Safety Patrol 4 Jr Jaycees4 Class Sec Treas 2 Thomas Sherry Pert and pretty they say she talks too much Pep uad 234 Sgt atArms 3 Pres 4 CSU l Jr Y Teens 2 3 Pres 3 Sr Y Teens 4 Student Coun cul 3 4 Quill and Scroll 3 4 Paper Staff 4 A PA 3 4 Jr Jaycee Ettes 4 . III II I . ' ll'II I - If If If "- rf 1 -1-- 11 1 1 . 5... . . I ' ".Jr. ' 2. ' . ll Il I - ' ll 1-1 1-- 11-- p ,1 .. 1 . 1C - ' ll ll I - - . ,,p r . g r. - rf - ' f -F f 1-- 1- - 1 ll II I - I everyone. Pep Squad 2,3,4p Sgt.-at-Arms 35 C.S.U. 111 -1---1 - - 11' ' 1-- 1 -1 111 - -1 11 5 ,1 C ,g 11 11 .1- - 1 .. 1 . . ll I I - - I I fl . 1 1 . - ,1 p.- 7. - . I 11 1 11 1. 5 .- .. f , . Sq ,,1 .-- 1 . 1 ,2,31 -- 11 -1 - ' 1 - 11 11 1 11- - - Trammell, Patsy-"Pat" As sweet and demure a girl as you'II ever meet. Proiectionists Club 25 Sports Club 35 Sgt.-at-Arms 35 F.N.A. 35 Sr. Y-Teens 45 Jr. Jaycee-Ettes 45 Sgt.-at- Arms 4. Turner, Weldon Reed-"Pepe la Pew" He was a scholar, a ripe and good one5 Exceed- ingly wise, fair-spoken and persuading. Jr. Jaycees Uhllg Jean er voice was ever soft gentle and low an e cellent thing nn woman Pep Squad 2 3 4 N HS 34 U S History 3 4 Historian 4 Business Club 4 FTA 4 Uhllg Joyce A quiet unassuming girl of sterling worth Pep Squad234 NHS 34 US Hustory34 Treas 4 Business Club 4 FTA 4 Venghaus Ann cheerful life is her prime delight Pep Squad 3 4 Jr Jaycee Ettes 3 4 Sr Y Teens 4 Williams Lonne Leisure is the best of all possessions V I C I 2 3 4 Reporter 4 Radio Club 4 Wolfe Carol Punlue Beauty is heavens gift and how few can boast of beauty' Tumbling Team 'I Pep Squad 2 3 4 Jr Hugh Cheerleader I Asst Cheerleader 2 Cheer leader 3 4 Student Council 2 3 4 Vice Pres 3 Pres History 3 Commercial Club 4 Quill and Scroll 4 A P A 4 olff Wayne I like work it fascnnates me I can sit and look at it for hours V I C 4 U S History 3 Wright Vlrgmla Jenny She speaks as frankly as the wind Pep Squad 23 4 Sgt at Arms 4 Jr Y Teens 23 Sr YTeens peech Club I Choral Club I CSU History 34 Business Club 4 Pres 4 Jr Jaycee Ettes 3 Tennis Team 3 4 Ziegler Herschel Ichabod Beware' I may do something startling yet' Foot ball 'I 2 3 4 Track 'I 2 3 4 Basketball I Swimming 2 VIC 34 VlcePres 4 US History 3 EC 4 Jr Jaycees 4 3,4. .I H ' , , x- ' I . ,,7 ... ,J -- .1 : : I ,,: --- ,I -- ' ,: - 1 5 ... . In ' ' , . . A . , : - - ,: . - - .. I . .. . ,,,j I . II 'Il -.1 I i . , . I ' I I If - 1 - 2 - ,: ,,: - - : - 45 Jr. Y-Teens 2,35 Sr. Y-Teens 45 N.H.S. 3,45 U.S. : ' : ' 1 W , J. . U . ' ' " ll ll I - fri -' ' I - ' fi - ' 4, S 5 5 . . . 35 U.S. ' ,f ' 1 - 1 s ' I I ' ' ll ll I - H - - I1 - riff 1 1 if I I l 1,5 .. . ,5 - . 5 . . 5 - IUID I . . Znmmerman Florence Flossue The most manifest sugn of wusdom IS a contunual cheerfulness Pep Squad 2 3 4 Jr Y Teens 2 3 Sr Club 4 Zlttle Leonard Tony A knnd word for everyone Football 2 U S History 3 Correspondung Sec 3 Jr Jaycees 3 4 Mechamcol Drawing Club 4 Class Colors Royal Blue and Silver Class Flower Amerucan Beauty Rose Class Motto Today s youth ts tomorrow s future 39 ' ll ' Il , I - j, , . , , 2 - - , 2 - J Y-Teens 45 Treas. 4g U.S. History 35 Commercial ' ll ll I - , . 5 . . N I - z - , 1 f , I - 1 .fk . :- V 5 X . 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K i' , H f' .1 g E --A ASwqqder','f W L Pijlqicie' '-Ti k PeQQYLG9vf 'gif It ff , F 5X 9 3 21.3 4 Q, + 5, M W, ,Q Q J 0 ' 4 1 Q 1 K 1 f ,fl . 14 5i fx,?tgMi, ,fi :fm ii ., F .szils X-r-"'l'l E X ""N "x its IQ! Iwf id Jumors I never mlssed cl hugh school dance You d clwcys fund me there tried to guve each gal c chance, I took no Lady Bear' 42 If E1 S ' -a X If 7 ff' X I4 I R3 5 0 'lm ffl. V41 . I Y I I 4 XI' II 14? 'J I 1 I'rf,Z j1 f 2 ff ,I Ji jf ff K I if A - .1 M if lv' 'Zaga t 3 X V '41, A! . A ' 1, I O iiiyf ff. X I I 2 xx , QQ , 1 , F-.XM ' w w' A X In . I I 'Jr' I k U I ' K K 'XIX , , , " I2 l I K , QQ , W Q I , XIII lf, I XII ' I , I I , M- FI ,I 'ff 1 X . .Aw K, . , I I Q I W. In 'cc I II II f I , X NM f x X! I XIV!! V W - W I N If , U' X ,WX I I I I ' 'I ' fy!! , Mi X, ' I , Si I ,A T' I I I ,, ,. ' 1 ICH - Q , . ' I hz- 'X - 1 " 3 I . . , , a ,I ,, v xx .n ,-u V P if Junior Class Officers Pictured left to rlght officers Charles Sarran Presndent Laural Wmston Treasurer Don Frenlung Sec relcry and Gene Elwell Vlce President Durmg the early part of September the Jumor Class elected thenr offucers Vnce Presudent Don Freulung Secretary and Laural Wmston Treasurer November was the month that the Jumor Class sold Chrnstmas cards for thenr class dues Durmg the sprung they had a Jumor Sensor Plcnlc and ca Junior Sensor Prom The closs as sponsored by Mr Froncns Burgess 44 . I . I . Z I . I . I I . . I 1 , - - for the year. Receiving ihe honors were: Charles Sarran, Presidentg Gene Elwell, Davis, Kathleen Davolos, Rudy Denning, James Easley, .Ioan Easley, Sue Elwell, Gene ', V 'J . Everly, John Foster, Elaine Y 1 Eipsfein, Abie 0 , ln lf ' f Finley, Erline Fox, Jimmy ,,. A l"' Eva ns, Dean Franklin, Larry Frazer, lone Freiling, Don Fritze, Lee FUQBFNGH, Hem' Johnson, Tommy Jung, Ray Kane, Kay Kappleman, Judy Linda Kaufman Keane, Michael Kistner, Thomas Krause, Jesse Knssel, Jody Kline, Janice Lamp, Sharon Kistner, Doug Litchenberg, Ralph Lindsay, Edward Lloyd, Russell Ludvigsen, Alan Maclray, Giles xy iff A Magee, Charles Magel, Barbara Mann, Sharon Martin, Barbara McBride, Joe McClain, Judy McDonough, Warren M0"'l5eYf Charles McDaniel, Dixie Merrell, Barbara Moses Janice Nail, Billie Palmore, Ann Pegg, Mary Ellen Pence, Lee P6r1r1iI'1QfOI'1, ANNO Q g I Xl img , Sophomores RD Q M v Qi n Wy, Resell isa S 'K X Z 4 SKS .. O Z My heap was really quite the stuff, Its fame spread for and wude And uf you thunk c buck bocrd's rough You've massed c thrsllung rude' 54 1 X ' x c ' f 1 ,I M V x ,haf , swf. I, lv llwlv 7 my is H me - lvl "rm me 0 ee , ,jv 'lf 'V 'W Cs f by gs' -Jw lx Q4 NJ If 1 r ', l Q ll ,w ll ' x --,f Q x l : fy!! g- lg rWf,4 Q X ,A,f 1 u w' p If V Q , Q KS -is Al X f -3 e NW, ,J 5--ii' L is .2 r-rr. Students carrying out the theme that Religion Rules the Campus are Mona New comer, Bill Graham, Vernon Enderlin, and Shirley Crow. 55 Sophomore Class Officers Pictured, left fe right, officers Carolyn Rylander Vuce Presldent and Betty Klrkland Presldent 2nd row left to rlght Glyn Jacobs Treasurer and Bobbeffe MCCf-Impbell 5eCI'efCII'Y The Sophomore Class has led a very successful year under the leadership of their President Betty Jean Kurkland Other offlcers assnstmg her are Vice Presudent Carolyn Rylander Secretary Bobbette McCampbelI and Treasurer Glyn Jacobs A skatmg party was held nn December as a class actlvlty A Sprung pncnlc hnghhghted the second half of the year 56 u . Q . f - ' ' ' . , ' 1 I - ' . , . , , I ' I - ' 1 I 1 I 1 . . . . Q Alelandro Allen Marla Jnmmy Barr Barbara Beckman Make 'PA Bmz Mary H Ambrose Bra nf Bacon Barbara Dale Ray Del-ons Barrington Bass Barbara Orla ne i -41 e Benton an Lawson Bushop Black Norma Jean Larry Blounf, Boemecke, Boles, Charla Susun ' Mom, ,,.., - 57 B B ,rrr 9 A 1 o Va' 1 VD i ii I .1 K W , B ll, , B Brown Brown James Kathy Center n Carlson Marguerute Ceeko Frank Clark Clark Lloyd Mlckey W X., Bumqm Burns Bush F oy Bzllue Gayle Jo Ann Caffey Marsha Butler Martha Casper Delbert K Carvalal Norma Chatten Teddy Coats Cook Covalesky Elame 58 Tommy Betty I I I I . ' 1 Ki ' B'll K' I I f r fg-,f ,4,, A A -Q . N. , Q , , . 3 ' 'Q' Creech, Kay Denning, Irene Dunbar W Elluott Guy Ersch Nancy Jo 5' 1 gl It f er 1 K Crouch, Crow, Dare, Day, Patsy Shirley Bobby Doris Farrar Norma Douglas Donald Duncan Marilyn I Farrlsh Thomas 59 Duecker, Jo Ann Duncan Carolyn Enderlnn Vernon Fnncke Flafhouse Juluns Phnllp I l r L ' ' I ' I r I. 4 7 , al t -Q ' A he -an. e . .,, , ,. ? .T ' f ' f Q -0,432 ,- ' fiffigiiii . . I I 1 l . . . Franka Franklnn Floyd a Gethnger Claude '91 Gregory Yvonne Hassell Kenneth ffl? Hernandez Hollungsworth Sergio James Gardner Garretson Joa n Lo 0 Freruchs Mary Jo Graham I Gonzales Benny Hardin 65' at Hamell Jimmy Haese Vlvlan Ho t Hope Hopkms Sherry 60 Charles Bnllle Jean of , Q I I I . I I 7 P t I n. hlz. I get .Avg :ew , VA ' 5 f . I I B'll .V fu :QQ 1 ' . 90' , -nf I S i ,,, n LE A . I I -rg f o Q 4 NV ' A '.,. ' ' . ' ,f A fwlrfv- ' I . , I 1 I . I Jacobs G yn Johnson Gayla Jonota Donald Krueger ar Kurkland Betty James Kenneth Knstner Rnchard James Vnvlan K Jenner Ruth Ann Johnson I Johnson Phylhs Just Barbara Jones Bry Ann Justuce Steve Kelso Vlrgonla Lanier Lunsford Lewns TGHIS Car Jan 61 ,tr - I ' ' Q -' ' ' xevn ' l I v J, ,J L J E I I o 1,- , Q , 1 , I , ', Long, Lincecum, Jackie Mary Massey Novus Meeks Gerald Moore Elame Morrus Mundy Lynette Margie SN? Madray, Machts, Mary Carol McLaughlm Bu y Merz Jackie McGowen Nqhgng Jlmmy Bett 62 Y 5- s , Mahaffey, Elizabeth Medlock Melvm Maller Dorothy Moore George 'lv' Newcomer Mona I ' I I I 'Il N . w " I I I I C I I .X in X -Q -sf. 1' -1 ., Q ,I , ff ','- e gr p 1 :Tp in Mig :5 f 7 1 I PM "Is . ,f"' . ' l I I ' . 1 Nlcholson No Norrls North Ahce Betty Judy Jock Peterson Vlrgll Power Januce Protnvnok 'N Wesley Prultt a Rctluff Klttye 1 Roberts Roberts Robnnson Rylander Ccrol Ann Vnrgunua Charleneba Carolyn Patterson Hilda Prelss Andy Quesenberry Georguc Ann Ruchardson Sandro Sarran Donna ,fir . z. 1, K. -, if c. if Saxton, Frances Skinner, S pper Strawn oe Talley Armin 8 Thomas Guy Scarborough, George Thompson Lanny ll Schneider, .Sgl1mid.L Margaret ,Bobbie 4 Steele, Shirley Stroud Patti Tmdell Claude MM ThompSOH Tomerlm U6 0 64 1: .jo TEL , if : Schulze, Curtis Steelhammer, Bernard Stuart ue Thiele Edward Tomlin Rebecca ki - Q J I ' I S I ' I ' I x I l i S ,lll g g tiger T' Yi 1 ET' S , i if t't' 1Z'25fix:?hf'i"5'f"73lQf' f?f?'..,' f if Lq,,vgs'gf,L 1 N ' 34,52 L ' if ' 1 :A 44 IQLVJKPK 1 A h ' iIzw1l,,g.: . X ' s Turner, Underwood, Patsy Ronnie Veltman Johnny Wellman Wulllam Wllllcms Lucy Worthmgton Wyche Duck Beme Van Dyke, Van Kleef, Joe Mickie Wegeman VIFQIDIG West Sally Ann Wilson a Wyres Barbara Jo Znegler Howard Van Kleef, Pat Weir Lul we Wesfruch Mary Ellen Wong Eddie Zmle Ida I I . I s ' l' I I I I P 1 . by . l .', 4 sg M A V . , at , '57 a ' , I I Vg I . I I I . I . I fd ff x ff X Q Freshmen f ,-.5 f X IJEQ C7 Xin-QQDL X ,. QW gy IT! NL-Lf X Wifi WQWXX Q? f Q Qxfggf X X iw? ff HW XX K-X! 'i-4 X N-Z Ks, M YYQ f W My Freshman yeor was filled wuth work, I burned the mndmghf onl, I wondered uf those Senior gerks, Had ever had to toll' 66 X I .A xx Mgffffyff '1 ' , X f l3Q f' f ' f 5 A if M77 X x x 1 , X hx Xyk' fr X If . 1. xg - V BX X X Q 22297 fff ' 259:34 ,V ' Y 1 ' - f ""' - V ' ' - X X rx ' ,f 1' - V , X ' " X- - K., X, ff!" x Y:-1 WL 1 k 'i ' S N 'N.J --fl X If 'VVV s ' K fy 'V 'ffl QA S 111 ---Mi V ,Ag f 1 M -5 1 E Rxrfr , Y , X' W A A ' f " N2 lU wM W f X M mf 1l,1 u,L . - - fy X U, -i -f ' ff AX l V :'! A , X ,x ' ' ' . 1- .Lv-' X I Q X X ' V ,f . .- ' 0 H ' O - - va Q in xxx 1.44 will V I ' 'x . . j , J I ' ' - , 4 X .2'5i:?e2' V- JI v'Y.'l25LT,.2Q 455752 ' 5' l:f'T?" 'fJ'? - - S" 'nil' ffifri-:If ,MQ -1"' qi ' ' ' - -. --r, - - Y A , -fr -qv QQ' ag. K1 15 .if 'Qi' Bk Q? M ,.. fa Qc in I-QQ .Q H: Ffh : r fi -sp f. K if , , + Q u lwwl L.: i t. X F - 1 ,My A ,-W,,:,Q1s, :TV fy .fwfv-k1,,q-:bf.5,,3.,M . V .w.,,,g.,qgp,, , L gm, - , 5, . -, w,.fm5,n g -mga, ,AK ,qv , g,3Q,,?zi,, B 4 I ,...,, ..- , . W.,-,Y 4 , . 3f3Q7, L 1 i ,.-f-""uvlW L 'I kgw ww, 1 Iifwgffi' 2 .sy-, ,, y5r.'i'p?f6C yi-Q 'nf x 155 5225 A M., Freshman Class Officers if A ., A. Standing left to right Lonme Pence Treasurer Eddae Van Dyke Vuce Presndent Davnd Aylesworrh Presldenf and Nancy Mlddleton Secretary Leadlng the ninth grade thus year was Davud Aylesworth Assnstmg hum were Eddie Van Dyke Vlce Presndent Nancy Mnddleton Secretary and Lonme Pence Treasurer The class was sponsored by Mrs Carrle Lou Barley 68 ' ' . H I 1 . . . . I ' I I 1 ' 1 - . . l 1 a . . - . . . . . . . . . 1 ' f 1 I , . . . Abshire, John Alejandro, Francis Allen, Mary Lou Anderson, Jack Aylesworth Davod Bankhead Glenda Baragas Jams Barr Donna Barrett Bully Batey Kermut Baumann Barbara Becker Charles Bergman Lucy Bnles Doris Black Davnd Black Jean Blackmon Make Boyer Bull Brackeen Dons Brnones Ruben 4 Brown lone Brown Mary Lou Buller Ralph Burrell Jimmy usby Stanfor Ca val o Albert Cameron Mary Carr Don Carter Leslie Casper Kay Cassldy Marulyn Catalma Nick Center Leroy Chrlsman Franc: Cllfford Mike Conrad Ann Cooper Rnchard ne Cordova Katherme Courmgton Joe Cox Janice Croft Cynthia I I I I I I I I , A I I I I I Chapman, Bill I . I . I .P I I I , wb I I Crowell Amta Cunnmgham Jeanne Dallmann John Davns Glenda Davls Penny De La Cruz Ellzabeth De l.a Perez Alnce Delgado Adolph Donnell Mary Ann Dubose Bert Durham David Durst Gary Epstenn Esther Evans Sallee Evans Carl Evans Noel Everett I F Fancher Jlma Leah Fest Claude Ford Sandy Franklin Dorothy Frazier Jummy F sau, ld Q- Frederuck Jeff Freulmg Wayne Fritz James Gabruel Dale Gardna Vlcfor Garza Joe Gerver John Gibson Dee Ann Granato Joe Gregoure Tom Hardun Anne Hardy June Harper Alice Harrns Howard Harvey Duane Helmann Melvnn Henderson Patsy Hendrux Jlm Hemby Carolyn Huggms Jlmmy Hull Douglas I I I I I I I I I . I Grono, Richard I I I I I I I I I . . I . I Hlpp Duck Hoffman George Holt Brenda Jackson Vlckn Jacobs Betty Jones Jsmmy Justice Benneau Keuth Gordon Keller Carolyn Keller Gary Key Ronme Kurkpatrnck Marcia Knowles Cathleen Krause Maxune Kunz Larry Kusenberger Carmen Kusenberger Carol La Ro David Laughlin Robert Leonard Florence Lewis Mary Liverman Merlin W? Lykuns Annelle Mangum Marnlyn Mclarty Patsy Meckel Charlcey Menhgett Herbne Myddlsrmkmgev Mnlam Peggy Mllls George Mungus Patsy Mutchen Marne Morusey Robert Moore Genre Morrns Janne Morrns Margaret Murray David Noack Margarnte Nonmakger Merry Lynn Olfers Betty Jane Onave Margaret Ortega Sally Ann Owings Jeannette I I I I I I I I . I . Mitchan, Lawrence , , I , I , I , , , I Owings Jeannlne Patton Evelyn Pence Lonnie Phlllps Barbara Phllllps Jimmy Pnngree Adele Postell Jnmmy Postlewate Charles Prather Charles Ragland Odell Rawls Ray Redding Sandra Regan Pat Reeves Ray Rnchter Dorothy Riley Robert Roberts Ruth Rock Karen Romero Romalcla Rotan, Geroldnne Rotan, Jnmmy , , I , ' I ' I Pomeroy, Oliva , , I I I I I I , I I , , Saathoff Kenneth Schareun Linda Schlottmann James Schrenber Mary Schulty Phyllns Sellers Baylor Shell Hank Shoemaker Butch Snmmons Wayland Sntes Donna Slaughter Dole Sonmer Legay Spears Sam Sta I Bull Stamps Sharon Stranger Franclll Strom Janet Tafulla Fudel Tally Graug Taylor Conme Taylor Muke I I I , I I I I , I I Smith, Barry I I h , I , I , , , . I Teter Virgil Tipton Gloria Todd Carrie Tokoly Mary Toomey Susan Turner Harvey Van Cleave Marcua Van Dyke Eddne Venghaus Von Scheele Wade Waldrop David Joyce Lsnda Joyce Walker Joe Wafson Kenny Weaver Nancy Welch Katherme Wendel Barbara Wuckluffe Wanda Wneters Kenth Wnllnams Nancy Wnlloz George Wunder Luster Yoast Carolyn 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 W EQKNVQX fx 7 f k ff? Elghth Grade New K R' X isa X w Q f 'M The Sen or Bond was my ombuhon I practiced everyday But seems at was on old froduhon Tho? membe s kno how to ploy' K - W 0 1 X K Q R 0 X xkee 1 X, fyfflr A , N . ' 14351: - I 94 751 A i M "5ff1.- V X ,W x xx e aut- X 1 T x fr, . NX 1 A by , 5 ,xx r X fl S T' Q , X x 55Q J Q 7 57 K I . If If N xx V ! f fx ,X ' 243, - 1112212253 ' xg.-wg, -.-.' . 9 , ,f V T , Q , o bf - e 6 x. - ' ' ll i . . I V W .I 78 -. "4- Env? " 4 v Lfgjjg '. ' 51" Q ' ,.1 A 4- 1'c'.4 5 'VFAI F . 1.-" .f Q 1- , , V, .cyan . ' ri, : f P33241 'V cg- A, A ,R 37 ,Q ' 51,143 731.5 5,25 -I Eighth Grade Class Ofiicers Stan 9 left to rlght Betty Taylor Secretary Sandra Moore Vnce Presudent Ronnue Ruvas Pres: dent and Lester Enderlm Treasurer The leading offlcer of the Eighth Grade class of 54 55 was Ronnie Rlvas Lester Enderlm Treasurer Mrs Alleen Scott was theur sponsor A prolect under taken by the class was the establlshment of a cnvlcs club under the supervuslon of Mrs Mamie Vlelock The purpose of thus club ns to provude a better under standing of clvlc affairs The club us prlmarlly a dlscussuon club cluscussmg the important clvuc affalrs of the communnty 0 - .V at . I . : I 2 I . - . E . . I . i , - . . . , . . His assistants were Sandra Moore, Vice-President, Betty Taylor, Secretaryp and 8 Aaron, Alford Adkins, Carrilee U Akin, Dee Ann Anderson, Jay Avery, David Bain, Eugene Bell, Judy Bell, Trina N I ei 'Yi' ' V QWESB 4 f K Kel Bolton, Sheron Boord, Mildred Borchers, Bobby Boyd, Harold Boydston, Emmelt Briggs, Beverly Brown, Billie .lean J Burum, Mary f1 l i x Benovides, Josie Benovides, Paul Benson, Jimmy Bergmann, Don Bird, Ronald Clark, Cynthia Cockrell, Charles Cole, Caroline Copenhaver, Linda Cortese, Alex Covarrubias, Charles Bush, Martha Butler, Betty Cadden, Margaret Cantu, Josie Carnes, Alvin Carroll, Velma Carter, John Casey, Michael Crapps, Jeanette Crawford, Ruby Dalton, John Daniels, Louise A-Dapeer, Barry Daves, Kay Day, Janis Dean, Dorothy Karen Deike, Carolyn ' Delker, Pat Denton, Samuel Dixon, Bryan Dordandt, Bill Dowell, James Drumm, Peggy Echols, Wally Fey, Harriet Finley, Sharon Ficher, Yvonne Frasier, David Fried, Melba Garza, Ruth Gardner, Ronald Garrison, Sherry Enderlin, Lester Ernst, Lilla en Fairchild, Mary Elizabeth Fa ncher, Tom my 4 Hamilton, Ruby Ann Hamrick, Joan Harrison, Donna Hernandez, Mario Hodes, Marianne Holt, Robert M Gaston, Gayle Gerber, Gordon Giles, Larry Gillum, Mary Gonzales, Jessie Graff, Eddie Gregory, Carol Guyon, Robert I 0, gh 6 W' ff for M my Hope, Marilynn Hopkins, Beverly Howard, June Hudson, Bobbie Jacoby, Barbara James, Leroy Jaroszewski, Wa Jessop, Barbara yne Johnson, Charles Johnson, Elizabeth Ann Johnson, Elizabeth Jones, Richard Kelly, Cynthia Kent, Jack Kirchoff, Darleen Koppa, Twylci Lewis, David Little, Kay Lothringer, Sandra Long, Orene Mangum, Byron Mangum, Patsy Massie, Karen Mattke, Helen Knoah, Roy, Kuhn, Zane Kumin, Elisha Layton, Sandro Leonard, Billy M E 4 Montgomery Porter, Moore Ann Moore Sa nd ra Morris Roger Moses Carol Murray Barbara il McCampbelI, Vicke McCranly, Michael McDaniel, Linda Merrell, James ' Merz, Gilbert Miller, Dennis Mingus, Jeanette Monahan, Edana Nicholson Carolyn Ortiz Mary Lou OTooIe Martha Ott Gene Pitts Walter Pomdexter Eddie Raborn Harriet Ramirez Lucy Ramirez, Ruth Ranzou, Ruby Rivas, Ronniehf- Roark, H. C. Rogers, Becky Rohus, Aubrey Rucker, Bettye Sanders, Patsy Schwinge, Gene Seay, Doris Shockey, Walter Sisco, Joe Sivek, Gladys Smith, Barbara Smith, Curiis Smith, Jackie Sandstrom, Marie Sapp, Darlene ' Scarborough, Lena Schmidt, Madeline Schramn, Howard 1? H Stark, Johnny Starosta, Roena Mae Stern, Mildred Strait, Billy Tammen, Will Tampke, Carol Ann K Sohn, Nancy Sparrow, Jerry Sparrow, Terry Spears, Fred A Spencer, Claudia Standish, John Stanford, Winifred Stark, Bobbye Taylor, Betty Teague, Patricia , Thomas, Darlene Thompson, John Thompson, Karion Thompson, Nash . Thuman, Donaldy Todd, Morris Tope, Maevonne Turner, Richard Turner, Ronnie Villarreal, Henry Wallis, Christine Walker, Barbara Walker, Barbara Jean Walters, Mary l Wansik Lora Warren James Wehmeyer Betty Jean Wehmeyer Bob Weir Henry West Dorothy Whitehead Patricia Wllke Judy Witt Betty Wong David Younger Betty Jo Zimmerman Gary 1 I I 1 I I -w . . ,. ' 1 I t I ' - . I - , I I N63 Z M Q S Seventh Grade f I ,jf lll, jjXX! xo, 'R e f ml., The Seventh grade was fulled with fear Of teachers, rules, and books, But what brought most of all my tears Were Semor's durty looks' Q flew 1! let r v f ire K lltt , 1 5 r r X 1 r f -'-Ti'i1e N Wl 1, lr llll ll AS tl Q I' ll L l I 0 . 'gli I 1.. eQ,,vM,4 RL !f ,XE!! 0 J , V . We -W 90 Ascending the steps fo the halls of Edison are Seventh Graders: Mary Louise Dubose, Dale Caruthers, and Pamela Sorrels. 91 Seventh Grade Ofhcers Standing leff to rlghf Gerald Pease Treasurer Penny Buckerstaff Presndent Jerulynn Brooks Vuce President and Sharon Hall Secretary Leading the Seventh Grade class thus year was Penny Blckerstaff Assushng her was Jerllynn Brooks Vuce Presudent Sharon Hall Secretary and Gerald Pease Treasurer Sponsormg the class was Mrs Gladys Austm asslsted by Mass Fannybelle Crossley 92 n w - . . . . . I ' 1 1 I I I F 1 - 1 F r I , . - I Allen, Anderson, Arnold, Ballshaw, Banks, Black, Lynda Sam Wilbur Jean DiG'1Cl GOYY Brnggs Brooks Brown Sharon Jerllynn Carolyn Bryant Burnam Cadden Casey Carufhers Center Gwyn Russell Oluvna Tommy Da e Eddne 93 Clark, Conaway, Conrad, Cornett, Crawford, Cummins Connie Ted Ellen Kenneth Virgil Jimmy Darling Dechert 1 Jerry Decherf Dess Dolle Dozuer Dubose Fo rrar Roy Betty Jo Jack Mary Louise Bill 94 . I 1 B'II 1 I 1 I I 1 1 A. J. ' ' 'zil . 7 j If X Flores, Floyd, Forester, Foster, Friery, Garner, Robert Louise Evelyn Darlene Jimmie Wanda Garner Garrett Wenda Larry Gaston Gerloff Gerloff Gogan Gow Grogg Gary Karen Sharen Page James Earnest 95 Hagan, Haley, Hall, Hamilton, Hampton, Hardwick, Tim Sandra Ann Sharon James Genevieve Jack Harrison Henderson Nancy Robert wrt Hoffman Horn Houston James Jecks Johnson Kathy Marne Helen Joan Sandra a 96 t I .I I I I I Jordon, Keenum, Keller, Key, Krisch, Klefforth, Richard Ronnie Dee Jerry Joan David Kmghf ee Carolyn Jo Ann ,wviwc Leonard Lmdemann Mann McDowell McGehee McGowan Helen Barton Pamela Betty Loretta Benny 97 Meeks Meeks Meutzen Mollgocard Morrus Morris Bobby Teddy Davud Denms James Ruby Mudd Betty Jeo n Murphy Mike Nelson, Owen, Owen, Pack, Palfreyman, Pork, Loss Duckey Joey Lyndua Joseph Wnll 1 I I I I I 1 Payne, Peese, Pence, Perry, Peters, Peters, Gene Gerald Vickie Patricia Billy Joyce P'Pe5 Power S0mmY larry Powell Ratlvff Ratliff Rawson Reese Reeve Sharon Marne Patty Susan Cherry Wayne ' I - . - 1 I 1 1 I I Reeves Richards Sansom Schmud Schnelder Schreck Mike Dennls Jane? Mary Ann Garland Judy Schwarz Shelton Sherwood Allan Singleton, Smith, Sollock, Sorrells, Stafford, Steen, Frances Maxue Nell Jeannie Pamela Johnny Morrus 100 ,,--,,4 M, ,W l 1 1 1 1 1 1 f . 1 1 l , 4 3 . 1 - Suhle Swafford Terrell Trammell Tschledel Tyler Janelle Mark Jackie Kay Edrls .lanlce 'QQ ag Vradenburg Steve Wallace Walters Sandra Natalle gy' Ward Webb Welge Wllllams Wnllmann Wright nm Dallas Wayne ee Bobby Raymond 'l0'l T' e el ev-ffs ' t V AJYW1 , ,AQ-Ja I I I I I I 'V K il . -lvey ,155 T. . -f -j a ' ' Q r2" y .if I I 52 I I . . I I I I I 3+ X xo, 'X Q f Organ1za11ons The p es de 1'Of every club The toast of every teo But you con be? your buttons, Bub This hero wc:sn'f me' f h V M e xjxb, h . . 7 i Gm XX l ff g mi ,eff 'ge tx ,LL Aix- ',! A f f Nt g, J' ff psf! u 3 .. Q X u uhuuYu w ,1 J , 5 S 7' xx X. I K X XXX, 'fn ' 1 Q e 4 610 ' X gl eQ w he X of ' f ' ' r i n , 'I02 ' 5-M Hgh, I :gin 1. Y, F ff., f 2, ,. W 'Q ' 'X +2- .uf ., Mcifvmg.-H f ,.,, . , '--. Y' 9-.. -'f' .25 S' If - f, f1.:.N '42 152' 'i ff xi' . , is ,. 'U 9, iv , . 0 .9 y. . 'il ,aff ,Q , W. if f islJ if wg, 35 . W . JK S 1 wx 5 . . si We Q I L. ,. lin iw: '1 : I 1 .24 51 ." Q 513 ails! F. . lm M . 55? , 5 5 ,fi 2 . .I H Kim. , V . , N' F- x.-..,....: mf .., 1 ', ' A-',c,, M- - fy-A .,,'-- .'-3.17. 1 :M .5- ' , ' s,4' ,.1 1 K .. I ,Iv K5 1-1, -1-.1.-N-V U, 1 Senior Student Council Mr Phlllp Bauman James Baskln Sponsor Vlce President Seated left to right Clnfford Saathoff Treasurer Marcne McVoy Secretary Carol Wolfe Presudent Jomes Baskm Vlce Presldent Becky Swander Pcxrlucmentornan and Jerry Wllhams Chaplom 105 ,.r X . - M .. xi ,7 . . . ' f' A . ' A ' 'Y gf 1 , , - y ,f . . . . . - . . . I ' I I I I I I . . . . . . . . 1 ' I 1 7 1 - Seated left to right Bry Ann Jones Mary Madray Pat Pruntt Barbara Jo Wyres Sherry Thomas and Jan Bell Standing left to right Steve Wllluams Jam Kuehne Ann Blount Robert Orr George Col houn Beverly Stnegler Bull Hamrlck and Dan Durham X Seated left to right Frances baxton Mary Beamer Irene Denning Mona Housel and Barbara Bromley Standung left to right George Dasbach Clarke Straughon Lanny Thompson Douglas Knstner and Richard Klstner 106 ff i A' xg ir ,nf . ,A h .. ' , . Q 7 . A. . . y ' I I I I I - 1 ' I I I I ' I I 1 - fs . JL , If .7 . . vw' . D I ., f 1 A V Q. .4 . . I. . . , v . . 4 if g v 1 ' 1 . , . ' - ' 4, - ' . . -5 Y f x I . ' . ' ' Q 7 ' ,, ' - ' L ' ' ".. 0 V I : I I I I . . ' I ' I I I , . 4. Seated, left to right Jouleen Hurta Penny McCampbeIl Tessann Knser Marne Quuck Shnrley Deuke and Mlckle Van Kleef Standing, left to rlght Barbara Bergman Jamce Brashears Genevieve Boer ner Demse Butler Evelyn Butler Joan Easley Sue Easley and Charla Blount The Student Councul I5 an organlzatlon that strlves to promote the Interests and actlvmes of our school It us composed of elected members sncludmg varuous club presidents The Councll us an outstandung organlzatson whuch has the duty of govermng our school Elected members of the Council annually attend the Texas State Student Councul Convention whuch as held In vanous cutues of the state The Student Councul sponsors the Sweetheart Prom whlch us one of the mann features of the school year They are responsible for the Edason booster tags and the Student Dnrectory T07 .453 1 A . , 'X 1 . ' K . ' . H T . 7 1. - 1 n . . -'.' t'--.0 . . Z.: .'.'.'1'2'f'.-.' ' l I n I u I . ..... . . . . . . .- . . . , , ..' .':.':f.-lf:-L , u . . . . . . , 1 1 1 I . . . . - - A U I I I I I I I T . Junlor Hlgh Student Councll Sharon Stamps Mlss Fannybelle Crossley Presndent Sponsor The Jumor Hugh Student Councll duties are the same as the Sensor Hugh Student Council The Jumor Hugh Student Councll governs the 7th The prolects for the year include momtor servlce for the halls and the cafeterna assnstants to the lost and found and sponsonng one dance each semester for the Jumor Hugh School students Seated left to right Rlchard Cooper Sgt at Arms Patsy Sanders Secretary Treasurer Sha ron Stamps, Presndent, Nash Thompson, Vnce Presudent, and Wayne Freulmg, Sgt at Arms 108 8th, and 9th grades and promotes good citizenship among these students. I . : l 1 " ' F 1 ' F ' MQW 'TE ij? RX y New-afwm "s First row left to right N Walters B Thomas J Cantu J Wulke C Keller and D Gnbson Second row, left to right J Dalton W Shockey J Hardwlck A J Dolle B McGowan J Owen and B Justnce l O First row, left to right' P Sorrells, B Jacoby, B Tapton, J Ownngs, L Wade, J Von Scheele, B Mc Crary, and E Tschnedel Second row, left to right S Bolton, E Forester, M Casey, S Busby, C Smlth,, R Hamilton, V Carroll, and J Sonsom 'IO9 V A V, -I V .fgjaenj-,va', N fm , I J e -J ' ' 'Y 1 ftgiw4g'ga35gg3z3 ' 1 ,A-V ' ' v,,f , .Ass ,,1f.',: X' 5 P ' . , ' ' A ' . 351 fd: Q, ' . R ,. r V I I, -.ng v -Q -gwzrljz ifiigiigffi , V . iffljfwr, qw, , ' V ' ' ' 1. - "-:?i,:?ZLg.':v1.' , 'f ar-'jg f - 'f ',: ' if vga lyqfyl X, M, . f . ' , , W. . , , ,,,., .., ,..,,,.,.,,..a, , 7 , - , Qi: H3 1 , K V A W A .-.. .j Y .V k . A , o ' , 4 vf , . V ' g .,: 6' ' '. - W ,. I U , n . 4 U., , Q .lg .',,g'.' J- 0 ' 4 ' ' 1 .' 4- . . '.1.o,.,'o. ' Q ,','.'-' f - . ,.. 5' ' ' J ff . - . . , . . , . , . , . , . , . . . . . . , . , . , . . , . , . , . N X - if . . 1' ,fry Marcle McVoy Presndent Leroy Dan Becker Durham Mary Jo Jay Lee Howard Lammons Ca role Becky 'Stevens Swander N Hl101'lHl Honor SOCIBIY Presldent Vice Presndent Secretary Treasurer Marcle McVoy Alex Men Akrl Sara Saathoff Dons Mor an Sponsor Mrs Marne Graham Alex Men Akru Vlce Presndent Gmger Hamilton Robert Orr Jean Uhlig 110 SY T' ' Sara Saathoff Dons Morgan Secretary Treasurer Louretta Mona Herwng Housel Marie Gall Quick Scarborough Joyce Carol Uhlig Wolfe I - ........... . ........ . . . . . ...... . . S F4 Q - J S '. 5 t 2 ' K ' A , it One of the hnghest honors that can be bestowed upon a hugh school student us beung elected to the Natuonal Honor Society lt as an organuzatlon In whuch members are elected on the basus of Scholarshnp Leadershnp Character and Servnce Approxnmately twenty new members are elected to the Socnety each March In a surprise candlellghtlng ceremony In May following the nnstallatuon a banquet as gnven nn honor of the new members Mrs Marne Graham Sponsor Phyllls James Genevneve Fred Januce Andersgn Baskm Boerner Bonam Brashears Ca role Joa n ue Dean n Calvert Easley Easley Evans Hamrnck Dorothy Kay Jannce Sharon Barbara Hermg Kane Kllne Lamp Magel Dormhy Joe Carroll Marsha Ann LUU"Cl Rainey Rust Thompson Willmann Winston 'Ill Ou1ll and Scroll Quull and Scroll rs an orgamzotuon for hugh school lournalusts compara ble to that of the Natnonal Honor So cnety Quallfucatnons Include those of Natnonal Honor Socnety In oddmon to outstondmg work nn Journalusm Betty Eckermann Mrs Mary Nusom Presndent Sponsor 'su Genevieve Janice Barbara Bo Don Bgerner Brashears Bromley Dawson Frellung PhYl'55 D0"07hY Roxue Hull Mona Jannce Goodwm Harms Vnce Pres Housel Klme JGY lee Aex a Dorothy John Ross Lammons Mer: Akn Olnphant Ramey Treasurer af Joe Carroll Becky Sherry Thomas Ann Carol Rust Swcnder Secretary Wrllman Wolfe Pep Squad Ufhcers Standing left to right Denise Butler Doris Morgan Carole Stevens and Sara Saathoff Pep Squad Lleutenants Pun 10 Pictured left to right Beverly Stiegler Treasurer Sherry Thomas President Ar dlth Wooten Vice President and Eleanor Burkhardt Secretary Standing left to right: Laural Winston Historian- Virginia Wright and Virginia Magee, Sergeant-at-Armsg and Dorothy Rainey, Parliamentarian. UO M. Kinman, and Cheerleaders, A. Kempt and M. Thompson. First row, left to right: Band Director, Jean Pep Squad Sponsor Julia Cane Officers D Rainey Parliamentarian B Magee Sergeant at Arms C Lt., S. Saathoff, Lt., B. Stiegler, Treasurer, A. Wooten, Vice-President, S. Thomas, President, E. Burkhardt, Sec tary, D. Morgan, Lt., D. Butler, Lt., V. Wright, Sergeant-at-Arms, L. Winston, Historian, Mrs. Camilla Hew' Dean of Girls, and Mr. John Sullivan, Principal. Second row, left to right: Manager, M. Housel, S. Mann, R A. Talley, L. Herwig, P. Goodwin, C. Machts, B. Kirkland, M. Madray, B. Magel, B. Boxley, T. Kiser, V. ton, V. Martin, B. Wyres, B. Nations, P. Stroud, S. Thompson, N. Jackson, D. Richardson, and Manager, N. Cheerleaders, left to right: C. Wolfe, P. McCampbell, Mascot, Y. Lewis, Head Cheerleader, M. Quick, 1 1 - - 1 . 1 - 1 ' ' 1 ' --- - -k i Sherry Thomas Mrs. Julia Cane President Spgnsor 114 . quad V . .17 eq V L-4 ,fic K.. ' .L 4:1 J A im. P Q' f Photo by E. L. Goldbeck Third row, left to right: L. Williams, J. Bush, R. Alexander, M. Binz, J. Bell, B. Eckerman, F. Saxton, S. West G. Scarborough, N. Bichel, D. McDaniels, P. Butler, P. Oliphant, J. Kline, G. Barrett, N. Farrar, M. Lincecum S. Shoemaker, A. Harrington, H. Campbell, S. Deike, and N. Horn. Fourth row, left to right: l. Zittle, F. Zim merman, J. Hurta, S. Boemecke, A. Venghaus, R. Jenner, A. Tammin, M. Redford, D. Mann, M. Beamer, L Morris, M. Carlson, J. McClain, P. Pruitt, J. Cutsinger, N. Bishop, M. Boles, C. Roberts, I. Frazier, J. Power C. Rylander, and J. Birkenmeyer. Fifth row, left to right: J. Bernard, M. Schneider, B. Merrell, J. Easley, l Denning, J. Uhlig, K. Kane, B. Bromley, B. Brown, D. Sarran, J. Siedeman, M. Butler, J. Uhlig, B. Swander J. Decker, J. Cassidy, and C. Daniels. Miss Helen Wyatt Mr. Vaughn Co-Sponsor Honorary Member 'll5 IQ Pep Squad In1t1al1on Ooey gooey worms' We are the scum of the earth Branded for life Glvmg praise to our masters "l'II never be the same." "Pierre, the hairst list would never a rove of Y PP flour pastel" A Honey Bear Booster Club The Honey Bear Booster Club was organized to help finance the Pep Squad The organlza hon consnsts of the parents of the Honey Bears Mrs Nash Thompson President LJ gh' Seated left to rlght Mrs P Kane Treasurer Mrs N Thompson Presndent and Mrs D Wolfe Secretary First row left to nght Mrs C Klempt Telephone Chanrman Mrs J B Rylander Membership Chaurman and Mrs C C Wrlluams Good Cheer Chanrman 2nd row left to nght Mrs C E Na tions Hospltaluty Chaurman Mrs F W Ramey Program Chalrman and Mrs D Martin Budget and Finance 7 ' . , . . . , 5 . . 1 I . . , . ? E 'W ff w , K 2 9 , . -- X E , , ,L+- . e f' A A lllsffflll.?.l L , , L 1 ll ' -' 2 l, , 47 I In 4 i N W , I f 5 . . f. f 1 ' ,if A ' N f K ,Q '. .off . . . . . , . . . , 7 . . . , 5 . . . , . , : . . . - . I . . . I ' u b . I . I ' ' . I Carol Wolfe 4' Pen ny McCumpbelI Cheerleaders Heed ,3'g57g'ggg,g W Ann Klempi Marsha Thompson -mzr-SW-'A Genevueve Boerner Ann Blount '.2:::n 'ers' Malvreiies Barbara Bergmann Jamce Brashears 119 n Senior ,,,,- rm: wr ff 'W '. . , M . if.'.',,jwe-. ,, f f lyfi.: R." .W , 1 ,oc First row, left to right: Drum maior, F. Gray, Majorettes, J. Brashears, B. Bergmann, D. Harvey, B. McCamp bell, G. Keller, J. Landry, K. James, H. May, J. Keller, L. Teague, M. Mangum, V. McCampbell, G. Calhoun, E McCarley, D. Brown, B. Nail, J. Hamrick, K. Little, N. Weaver, C. Hope, Maiorettes, A. Blount, and G. Boerner Second row, left to right: B. Burton, Director, J. Sarli, Principal, J. Sullivan, and S. Lamp. Third row, left to right M. Vordenbaum, G. Thomas, N. Langsworthy, M. Scarborough, L. Howard, J. Sollock, E. Moore, M. Newcomer M. Duncan, S. Bolton, E. Thiele, C. Duncan, P. Anderson, B. Phillips, V. Kelso, B. Hopkins, V. Carroll, J. Merz Phyllis Anderson George Calhoun President 120 Vice-President chool Band .. 5 .3 4: Photo by E. L. Goldbeck Holt, B. Holt, B. Jones, J. VonScheel, and B. Jacobs. Fourth row, left to right: D. Venghaus, L. Carter, L. Son . Loughlin, B. Wisdom, Mvghlgrgusg, C. Blount, T. Lanier, E. Wong, D. Abrego, J. McGowan, F. Franka, C B. Stark, A. Crowell, J. Lewis, D. Day, N. Middleton, L. Garetson, M. Peters, K. Davis, and M. Brown row, left to right: C. Prather, P. Townsend, J. Fritz, D. Black, L. James, B. Graham, J. Ewing, G. Wilke Coryell, F. Wright, D. Lawler, H. Menhennett, H. Harris, C. May, D. Mollgaard, G. Scarborough, H. Shell, R , H. Sassman, V. Peterson, E. Monahan, A. Priest, D. Hill, J. Hendrix, and C. Yost. Jan lewis Harold Sussman Secretary 121 Treasurer A fi 2 Q 5 i .gi ff, . Jumor Band H- -"""""" Hwwwm alia' Photo by E L Goldbeck First row, left to nght Durector J Sarlu E Forester L Scarborough P Faurchuld S Bolton B Younger J Thompson D Anderson J Bell B Brtggs G Merz W Parks V McCampbell D Landsworthy and Prm capal J Sullnvan Second row left to right V Crawford B Darley R Franka W Carrnco D Mollgaord J Jones B McGowan M Murphy B Stark M OToole V Carroll G Bam J Waldrop B Sums B Smith R Crawford B McDowell S Reese J Cummings B Brown J Brooks C Cruarruvuas and B Daper Third row left to right R Duecker J Abshure W Reeve L Cooper H houston G Duecker J Day G Suvek H Boyd Y Fisher L James R Henderson D Lawler R Wrtght M Clnfford R Ranzau E Boymg ton J Morrns N Mendez S Anderson P Flemung H Schramn and D Wong The Sensor Band dnrected by Mr Jean Sarlu each year sponsor their band shows whlch are en tltled "Calvalcade of Muslc" Hard work IS also put unto the spectacular half tnme shows at football games Durmg the year, the band makes out of town trtps to clttes Including Corpus Christa, Del Rio, New Orleans, and Laredo as guests an celebrating thenr annual festivities as well as taknng part m San An tomo's own celebratuons Mr. Jean Sarli Band Director 122 I ,. . ,, ,. .M Mc... -aug xl 7, kgs L K , K It , , -tl L, . . 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Band Parents ASSOClHll0Il Ben McGowan Paul Black Presadent Vnce Presudent ln October of 1949 the Ednson Band was chosen to represent thus dustrlct to play at the Dallas State Farr lt required at least seven or enght hundred dollars to defray the expenses of the trap A group of band parents got together two weeks before the event and ransed the necessary funds Thus small group of parents proceeded to form the orgamzatuon whuch us now known as the Edlson Band Parents Association Each year the enrollment became larger untnl the membershnp now totals one hundred fufty The orgamzatuon has done much for our Edison Band nn the way of fmancmg trlps pre sentung the semors with packets and other worthwhile prolects Thus orngmal group was headed by Mr Douglas Anderson who was elected presudent The presidents ln order of successuon were John Loughlnn Kenneth Kreps Tony Saothoff and Frank Gray The present offlcers are Ben McGowan pressdent Poul Black vuce-presadent Mrs E H Bergman secretary and Robert Sassman treasurer Mrs E H Bergman Robert Sussman Secretary .I 23 Treasurer I l I l . - . . . . . - . . . . . . . . - - . 1 - . . . . . . . . . . , ' . . - . . . , . . . . . . . . . . . I I . . . Q . . ' I I I I - . . I I , . 1 a u Semor Y Teens ,Mm-in 44 Beverly Stlegler Mrs Mamie Vlelock Presudent Sponsor Composed of Sensor gurls an connection wnth the YWC A the Sr Y Teens strnve to promote world fellowship and welfare among the young women of today and tomorrow Co workers with the Jr Y Teens they sponsor the Sadue Hawkuns Dance and the Sports Dance durung the annual school year Seated left to rlght Becky Swander Parllamentaruan Jouleen Hurta Secretary Beverly Stnegler President Ann Blount Vlce Presudent and Florence Zummerman Treasurer Standmg left to rught Barbara Bromley Servlce Chaurman Ann Klemt Social Chalrman Marne Qulck Publncsty Chanrman Valerle Martm Worshlp Chairman and Eleanor Burkhardt Program Chalrman 124 n I Y I X v, . . . . . . ., . - . . , I ., k,Lt I , , r,7V . VV , J J K. K I f J. V E 1 i ' 1 JH. . . Lf . 1 5 1 I 1 1 1 . . . . . . I 1 ' F 1 - I 1 I 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 - X XX jf, 4 B., , ' '5tf?Sb,. 11' IL "Jw . 5f:fQfifg'ff 5, .ff:,f..wfsf , ,fu J 5? , ww, ya? x A 'Q 7 3 3, if g fi. Q mffy, . ,W - W Qi . ,sf . U ff' f M -4 f 3-, 'S' Q, ,E , ,A W 4 , fi". N 5 . 3 ' W , A m f K nf' .A 'f fi . -Q-an fr? ' -4' 'f 'Q U ' HL ik M ' M ' Lsggm . - 1 ff f y .til . i 3: lv -4,5 , .loan Easley President Junior Y-Teens A sister organization of the Senior Y-Teens, the Junior Y-Teens set their goal on the same principles which are achieved by their foregoing organization. Sophomore and Junior girls are included in the Junior Y-Teens, working toward a development of stronger and better womanhood. Working together with the Senior Y-Teens, the young girls visit Brooke General Army Hospital, the orphans' home, and co-sponsor the annual Sadie Hawkins Dance Their work also includes services around the school First row, left to right Joan Easley President Miss Helen Wyatt Sponsor and Sue Cameron Vice President Second row, left to right Janice Kline Treasurer Neva Jean Blchsel Secretary Noretta Horn Sergeant at Arms and Dorothy Rainey Parliamentarian 'I26 o . . . . ' 1 1 1 I . . Q . . . - . I . . , , I F 1 ' ' 7 . . . , . First row, left to right B Nail M Rock A Jessop D Gaston and N Tillman Second row left to right M Peters K Davis A Willmann A Harrington B Magel and D Herms Third row left to right B Martin J Krause M Redford Q Turner and J Braeslcke Fourth row left to right B First row left to right S Mann C Machts M Pegg D McDaniel C Seudeman andM Whitehead Second row left to right M Scarborough J Birkenmeyer J Klause E Foster B Merrell and B Sites Third row left to right A Wooten E Burkhardt S Easley D Butcher and G Barrett Fourth row left to right C Ball M Bennett J Bacon S Breland andl Frazier 'I27 ' ' : . ' , . , . , . , . ' . , ' : . , . ' , . ' , . ' , . , . . ' , ' : . ' , . , . , . , . ' . , ' : . Williams, C. Wooten, L. Howard, J. McClain, and P. Goodwin. ' , ' : . , . , . , . ' , . ' , . ' . , ' : . , . ' , . , . , . , . ' . ' , ' : . , . , . , . , . . , ' : . , . , . , . , . ' . Flrst row left to rlght J Baker S West S Stewart V Hayes K Brown and N Farrar Second row left to nght B Schmu t S Steele P Franklm B Hopknns and V Kelso Thlrd row left to right M LnncecumH.NMorrE M Carlson F Saxton andG Quesenberry Fourth row left to right J Lewis M VanKleef P Hardun V Roberts andM Madray Flfth row left to rlght R Alexander Flrst row left to rlght J Duecker C Rylander B Wyres S Thompson M Conner S Crow and B Barr Second row left to right J Bell C Blount P Pruutt M Fredenck and R Jenner Thlrd row left to right P Stroud B Notnons J Power C Roberts and B Ambrose Fourth row left to rught P Johnson M Duncan L Garrettson I Znttle and D Scrran Flfth row left to right J Nncholson C Duncan B Burns N Ersch and E Moore 128 ' , ' V 5: A Y, M , . , . , . , . , . . , ' : . . , . ' , . ' , . . ' , I ' : . ' , . F, . , . , . . , 2 . ' , . , . ' , .,.. ' , ' : . , P. Tomerlin, J. Bass, P. Turner, and B. Jones. ' , ' : . , . , . , . , . , . , . . , ' : . , . , . ' , . ' , . . ' , ' : . , . ' , . , . , . . , ' I . , . , . , . ' , . . ' , ' : . ' , 1 , . l , . , . . Future Nurses The Future Nurses Club is an organization which promotes Nurses Training among school students. The Future Nurses visit various San An- tonio hospitals and as their project for the year made Cancer bandages. Tessann Kiser President Seated left to right Barbara Bergman Tessann Krser Mrs F B Sparrow Spon sor Standing left to right Kay Kane Barbara Burton Mona Boles First row M Jones Y Greggory S Rothe Y Ayala M Alelandro B Kirkland N Bishop Mrs E Spiller sponsor Second row J Mollgaard M Schneider J A Bush J Merz N Newcomer B McCampbell M Bmz B Burrer Third row V Rhodes M Ward E Brown P Butler M Mundy T Lanier B Covalesky B Paul 129 n u I I - , . . . 1 ' A u a . Q 1 u , . u . . - - s . , . , . , . , . , 0 , . , . . . . . , . Q . , . , - - , . , . . . n , . , . , . . - . , . , . , s . , - , . , . , . . Editor ............ Editor ............ Business Manager . . Advertising Manager Advertising Assistant Subscription Manager Photographer ...... Barbara Bromley Editor The Spark Staff Barba ra Bromley ......................,.MonaHousel ......................DorothyRainey lucy Williams Norma Carvaial Genevieve Boerner Bob Dawson Assistant Photographer .............,........ Arnold Coker Sponsor ........................... Mrs. Mary K. Nusom Left to right Barbara Bromley Editor Genevieve Boerner Subscription Manager Mona Housel Editor Dorothy Rainey Business Manager and L cy W i I I i a m s Advertising 130 ' 1 7 f I 1 I 1 I U 1 Mnnnnnr The Spark Staff throughout the year wrote stories and collected pictures to make-up this- your 1955 annual. If these pages faithfully re- flect life at Edison, then our job has been worth- while. Seated left to right Barbara Jo Wyres Patti Stroud and Carolyn Ry lander Standing left to right Janice Power and Norma Carvagal Seated left to right Valerie Martin Tessann Kiser and Sherry Thomas Standing left to right Bobby Dawson Arnold Coker and Alan Lud vigsen 131 Mona Housel Editor f 2 , , - . , . . I ' I I ' , : , , A - Becky Swander Editor The Bear Tracks Staff 'l'llE IIEAII TIIIIUK Member I L P C Alamo Press Assoclatlon, Texas Hugh School Press Assocnatlon, Quill and Scroll Published by the Journalnsm Class and students of Thomas Edison Hugh School, Son Antonio Texas Edntor ID :href Buslness Manager Advertrsrng Manager Sports Edntors Proof Readers HeadIune Wruter News Edrtor Photographer Exchange Edrtor Column :sts and Reporters BECKY SWANDER JOHN ROSS PHYLISS GOODWIN JERRY WILLIAMS DON FREILING PHYLISS GOODWIN JOE RUST BETTY ECKERMANN JOE RUST BOB DAWSON PATT OLIPHANT Barbara Boxley Judy Campbell Carol Calvert Jeanne Cunn ngham Bob Dawson Don Frevlnng Davud Harrns Dorothy Ann Herms Cynthua Huxoll James Jones Lnnda Kauffman Jannce KIrne Jam Kuehne Jay Lee Lammons Valerue Martn Alexander Mert Akrr Marne Qunck Gus Scharesn Ann Wrllmann Carol Wolfe Susan Toomey Prmcupal JOHN B SULLIVAN Sponsor MRS MARY K NUSOM Seated, left to right Janet Ford, Edntornal Edntor, Patt Oluphant, Exchange Edrtor, Betty Eckerman, Headlune Wrlter, Roxle Hull, Feature Edttor, Jerry Wnllnams, Sports Edltor John Ross, Busnness Manager, Barbara Jo Wyres, Reporter, Joe Carol Rust, Proof Reader, Pattu Stroud, Reporter, and Phyllls Goodwin, Advertrslng Man 132 . . . ., I Feature .......,.......,..,................. ROXIE HILL The Bear Tracks Staff of 1955 has worked ardently to pub lush a good hugh school newspaper The staff publishes a paper every two weeks and dlstrnbutes It among the members of the student body In December the staff members attended the Texas Hugh School Press Assocaatuon Conventuon an Denton Texas In May the staff members attended the lnterscholastxc League Press Conventuon nn Austnn John Ross Busnness Manager 133 Bear Tracks Represeniailve Each advisory elected a Bear Track s representatnve at the begmnmg of the Fall Semester These representatrves dlstrubute the bu weekly school paper to subscrubers nn has advusory Seated left to right D Rauney J Duecker L KaufmanQB Sem G Hamnlton and W Snmroth Standlng left to nght K Anderson C Hop Scarborough J KI: e Flrst row left to right C A Tampke V McCampbelI B Starke P Sanders J Owmgs B J Dess Second row left to right T Kappa J Dalton M Knrkpatruck J Solluck C Clark J J Fruery Thlrd row left to nght E Johnson M Taylor E Eckermann S Busby 134 . . , . . . l Y f,,. , ' : . ' , . , . . , . ' , . . , : . , . , , . n , A. Tally, B. McCampbell, and M. Boles. , E . I . : ' - 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 - D 1 . . . , : . , . , . , . , . , . . . , : . , . , . , . . Spanish Club The main obiective of the Spanish Club is to work as a service organization among the Spanish-speaking people of our community. Our specific projects have been a Christmas and a valentine party for the children of the Whosoever Community House, a cake and candy sale, and a Mexican dinner. The club is sponsored by Miss Elizabeth Sayles. Mary .lo Howard President Standing left to right Charles Hope Jim my Austin Sgt at Arms Armin Tally Treasurer Phyllis Anderson Chaplain Miss Elizabeth Sayles Sponsor and Mar gse Mundy Vice President First row left to right J Merz M Newcomer I Zittle and S Stuart 2nd row left to right B Am brose C Hemby B Kirkland M Lmcecum C Robinson and C Roberts 3rd row left to right M Mundy V James G Guesenberry P Franklin V Rhodes and K Park 4th row left to right E Moore R Palfreyman L Weir B McCampbell and B Jones 5th row left to rlght J Bernard S Garza S Richardson S Crow and B Bar 6th row left to right J Bush H Gonzales M Alelan dro andl Gonzales 7th row left to right L Benton C Tally K Watson G Meeks D Coryell and B Mcloughlln 135 . Q . ' - ' 1 1 -' ' 1 F 1 1 F ' 1 ' - . - . . , . . , . ,. , . . , . . ' , . , . , . , . , . . , . . . . . , . , . , . , . , . . , - . . . , . ,. , . , . . , . . , . . 1 . ' . ,. , . , . . , . . , . , . . , . . , .. , . , . , . , . , ' Q Business Club President . . . Virginiawright Vice-President ....................... Annette Harrington Secretary .................................. Pat Buttler Treasurer .................................. Ann Blount Reporter .................................. Pat Oliphant Sponsor ............................. Mrs. Rosalie Foster Virginia Wright President The programs for the year in clude sublects on grooming buss ness personality self Improve ment and interviews for appli cations First row, left to right H Gonzales S Garza B Paul S Denke R Nordley and H Sisco Second row left to right J Cutsmger I Gonzales M Rock I Fraser and P Grooms Third row left to right C Seldeman B Sites B Merrill B Brown N Jackson and J Uhllg Fourth row left to right D Rainey L Karnes J Uhlig P Kinsey and J Cassidy Fifth row left to right J Easley S Easley N Tillman J Bnrkenmeyer P Kinsey and M Mudd , . I - . . I ' - I . . e f u . u . . - . , . , . , . , . . . s 1 - . I . - , . Q , - , . , . . , a . . . a . s , - , . , . , . , - Q . - . . s n . , s . , 0 , 0 , . . s s 0 n , . . 7 0 . , . 1 . . , . , . , . , - . Sigma Gamma Eta President ..... Vice-President ......................... Secreta ry ..... Treasurer .... Parliamentarian .........,............. Sponsor ...... . . . . Denise Butler . . . Sara Saathoff . . . Laural Winston Marsha Thompson Susan Shoemaker .. Mrs. R. Mahan First row left to right A Talley N Massie V James B Wyres N Bushel J Klein and P Goodwm Second row left to right B Burton J Bernard I Zlttle C Rylander C Blount J Bell and B Jones Third row left to right L Williams D Sarran G Boerner D Rainey M Madray M Carlson and B Kirkland Denise Butler President The Future Teachers Club is a na- tional organization established for the purpose of furthering the interests f students who wish to become teachers The members are called on to supply in an emergency for teachers who need them The club is affiliated with the National Future T e a c h e r s Club of America First row left to right L Morris J Lewis F Sax ton R Alexander N Ersch J Stringer and P Stroud Second row left to right J Rust J Mc Gown J Uhlig D Bacon B Schmidt J Baker and B Boxley Third row left to right M How ard A Venghaus C Seldeman B Nations N Carvalal S Lamp andJ Uhltg 137 . . - . . . 0 u . - . . . . v . , . . , . , . , - . , . , . , . , . , . . , . , . , . . , . 1 . , - . , . . , 0 . , . 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Unlted States Hlstory Club Shlrley Delke Robert Dalglash Presndent Sponsor Under the sponsorshlp of Robert Dalgllsh Ecllsons United States Hnstory anstructor the Unuted States Hnstory Club vs an organlzatlon consnstlng of young men and women of the hnstory classes These young people are eager and wnlllng to learn more of theur country theur government and what theur free dom really stands for Thus orgamzatnon trnes hard to brnng a teelmg of Amerlcan spurut unto each and everyone of our young cutuzens Seated left to rlght Barbara Bromley Recordnng Secretary Shurley Denke Presudent Annette Har rnngton Vuce Presudent and Joyce Uhlng Treasurer Standing left to nght Harruet Campbell Re porter Warren McDonough Correspondlng Secretary and Jean Uhlug Hnstorlan 138 u u Q - 0 . . . , . . 1 1 1 1 ' . . . . . 1 ' 1 F 1 1 . - - . - . . 1 ' 1 1 ' I ' I I 1 I 1 - '2?F "P8l,3 Seated left to rlght J Stnnger L Wnlluams S Tondee G Reucherzer and J Koppelman Standlng left to right W Slmroth T Znegler P Kelly S Easley J Brashears W McDonough G Barrett G Koons T Johnson and R Crone YD Seated left to right B Burton B Boxley M Vordenboum M Scarborough and B Wnsdom Second row G Boerner D Butler C Calvert P Grooms W Harvey andM Grobe Third row J McGowan R Jung R Grisham J Meeks R Reeder and H Fugeman 139 7 ' f' ' .if i K f s . D . . . . . . , . . , . , . , . , . . , . . . . . . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . . Q? If . , ,J 4.1 . L vw Y . X 1 x " A 1 I .' t . 5 P 4. ' 1 I ' ' I ' I ' I n I . 1 . . - - 1 - I - , - , . , . . : . , ' 1 ' 1 - 1 - 1 . . Jumor Jaycees Leroy Becker Mr Robert Wood President Sponsor The Junior Jaycees Club was the first to be organ ized in a high school The purpose of this club is to attain a better relationship between our high school students and the people of the community Boys of Junior and Senior rank are eligible for membership in this club 1 Seated, left to right: Gus Scharein, Treasurer, James Baskin, Vice-President, Alex De Kanter, Secretary, and Fred Bonam, Chaplain. Second row: Jim Kuehne, Clifford Saat- hoff, Robert Orr, and Dan Durham, Board Members. Third row: James Jones, Re- 140 .fi 4 'Q Q. Q fa 45 ,mix 1 Ek ' 1 ,xg I ,',.1, -. , I. ,l't,,,iib1x a . A 1 3 r I 1 5 I -xx A K ang, ll 1 H. L 'ri Zfiewg if! ,yi 'ua Junior J aycee-Eties . W' 'NY K in-'t Mary Peamer Mrs. Mary Kate Michot President Sponsor The Jr Jaycee Ettes consists of a group of girls serving somewhat the same oblectlves as their co workers the Jr Jaycees The club ,S for Junior and Senior girls and IS sponsored by Mrs Mary Kate Mlchot their founder Kane Vice President Roxne Hill Treasure and Judy Campbell Reporter Second row Valerie Martin Lou Ann Tackett Mona Housel Board of Directors and Betty Eckermann Chaplain 'I4 Seated, left to right: Janice Kline, Parliamentarian, Ginger Hamilton, Secretary, Kay 2 Flrst row left to rlght N Pond C Machts S Mann J McClam and J Braesucke Second row left to rlght L Kaufman M Pegg S Cameron J Krause J Bnrkenmeyer and E Bernhardt Thlrd row left to right A Tammen M Redford J Moses C Ball K Davus B Nall and M Peters Fourth row left to right B Merrell D Mann D Rauney A Wnllman and D Herms Flfth row left to right L Howard N Blchel P Goodwm M Thompson S Shoemaker and M Bennett Slxth row left to fl ht M N Horn Seventh row left to rught J Klause R Whutehead E Foster D McDanuels and S Breland Eighth row left to rlght I Fraser and J Bacon First row left to rlght A Venghaus B Johnson J Decker M Dallman A Klemt and J Hutchnnson Second row left to right J Ford and R Nordley Thlrd row left to rlght J Cutsmger D Morgan J Mollgaard B Paul B Burrer and A Ahr Fourth row left to right L Statzer L Kar neu N Jackson L Herwug and J Sendeman Fufth row left to nght J Cossudy, P Butler, P Olnphant, P Gow, and P Trammell 143 t ' , ' : . , . , . , . ' , . ' . , ' : . , . , . , . , . ' , . . ' , ' : . , . , . , . , . l , . l, . . , ' : . , . , . ' , . ' , . . ' , ' : . , . ' , . ' , . , . , . . ' , ' : . Ward, V. Rhodes, D. Gaston, N. Tillman, B. Magel, D. Richardson, and . . , ' : . , . ' , . , . ' , . . ' , ' : . . . ' , ' : . , . , . , . , . , . ' . , ' : . . . ' , ' : . ' , . , . , . , . , . . , ' : . , . - ', . , . I ' , . ' . ' , ' : . Homemaking Club Barbara .lo Wyres President "Toward New Horizons," the mot- to of all F.H.A. Chapters, expresses a purpose for learning to live better today, so that our lives and those of our fa milies may be better tomorrow. Projects for the year included a candy sale, sale of Christmas cards, and the sending of one box of Christmas cards to each patient at the State Hospital. Mrs. Ramona Montgomery Sponsor Homemakmg sponsors left to right Mrs R l. Wade and Mrs Leo Kuns man Not Pictured is Mrs C R Stuart Officers, standing, left to right B Wyres President I Zittle First Vice President P Stroud Parluamentaruan A Tally Secretary M Madray Second Vice Pres: dent D Sarran Treasurer N Carvaial Sergeant at Arms and A Crowell Reporter 'I44 o . I . . . . , , , . 1 . . . . u . . 1 1 - 1 ' 1 - 1 F ' 1 1 - 1 ' ' I . , I . 1 ' ' I ' 1 Choral Club Guy Elhgn Mrs Donna Thorman President SPOHSOI' The Choral Club which is composed of sen lor high school students had a most successful year They participated in the Talent Show Thanksgiving Program various P TA programs and their Variety Show Officers, first row, left to right: Roger Ehrlich, Club Treasurer, Evelyn Butler, Sec- retary, Guy Elliott, President, Sandra Richardson, Vice-President, and Janey Hutch- inson, Class Treasurer. Officers, second row, left to right: Claude Gittinger, Sergeant- at-Arms, and Janice Stringer, Parliamentarian. 146 Choral Club First row left to right S Orteto O Rodrnquez G Layden H Slxco M Hardy B Barrungton M Coffey C Taylor L Wnllnams J Morruson D Ha vey and E Mohoffey Second row left to rlght D Reeder J Long G Moor A Tammen G Johnson K Creech S Boemecke A Ebsteln G Davis and T Klstner Third row left to right J Merrill J Dallman W Davls A De la Cruz J Norrns T Conaway O Mugo R Roberts and M Mudd Fourth row left to right T Cook R Reed er R Martm A Hardnn A Lowry P Reodon M Van Cleove ondJ Dennmg Choral Class First row, left to rlght L Wnllnams J Strnnger C Gathnger G Elluott E Butler S Rlchardson J Hutchmson and L R Soothoff Second row left to nght J Merrull C L Todd E Mahaffey B Paul M Tumey B Borrnngton M Hardy M Coffey O Bass and M Van Cleove Third row left to nght G Layden O Rodrnquez D Reeder D Gaston D Muller S Hunter M Mudd J Denning and W Davus Fourth row left to right R Reeder G Gerke R Martm A Hardin M Knrkpatrlck M Benz A Jessop andJ McBrade , .. ,. ,. ,. ,. ,. ,. ,. ,. ,. ,. r . . , . ,. ,. ,. , . . , .. ,. ' .. ,. ,. ,. ,. ,. ,. , .. . , .. ,.. ,. ,. . . I' I' I' I' I' I ' ' I .. ,. ,. ,. ,. ,. ,. ,. , . . , .. ,. ,. ,. ,. ,. ,. , . . Senior Hi-E The "E" Club is one of the oldest organizations of the school and was discontinued w h e n th e coaches changed in 1951. The Club stands for good school citizenship, promo- tion of good sports on and off the field, and civic pride. Clifford Saathoff Mr. Put Shannon President Sponsor Officers left to right C Saathoff Pres: dent G Scharem Vice President andl. Becker Secretary Treasurer Anderson C Sarran G Elwell R Davalos and R Orr 3rd row S Hopkins L Thompson F Gray A Boss and J Ross 4th row H Zeigler D Elkins B Brown F Duecker and J Veltman 5th row Mr W Forren and Mr P Shannon Coaches 14 First row, left to right: B. Hamrick, E. Lindsey, J. Kuehne, J. Stamps, and D. Freiling. 2nd row: K. 8 Junior Hi-E The Jr. Hi-E Club is made up of boys who have received the letter "E" as a symbol of participation in a sport while in Junior High School. Jimmie Phillips Mr. Marvin Greer President Sponsor First row left to right C Talley Vice Press dent M Greer Coach J Phillips Pres: dent 2nd row left to right D Aylesworth Secretary treasurer and L Pence Sergeant at Arms if First row left to right J Stark D Hill R Cooper W Frenlrng C Fest and S Denton 2nd row left to right B Darling R Alexander H Weir J Mason J Granato D Gabriel K Batey C Evans B Kralik and H Schlueder 3rd row left to right W Park B Justice G Durst G left to right B Boyers J Frazier W Simmons E Van Dyke H Fnesler and B Smith 5th row left to rlght D Murray H Turner K Saathoff S Busby G Gaston G Mills R Gardner W Frenzell D Avery A Delgado R Jones R Kellogg and J Warren 6th row left to right T Gregoire J Frederick E Harvey B Dubose M Hernandez R Bird L Carter J Ruolas L Enderlm D Miller A Cortese and N Thompson 7th row left to right C Tally D Aylesworth J Phillips L Pence and M Greer . I . : l I . - .- I u I i i . . I .- . , ' : . , I ' 1 ' W- 1 ' , ' : . , . ' , . , . " , . , . . , ' : . ' , . , . ' , . , . , . ' , . , , . ' , . . , ' : . , . ' , . , Schwinge, R. Rivas, H. Villarreal, W. Shockey, R. Bushell, E. Wagner, and C. Smith. 4th row . I . , . l , . I , . , . . , . l . ' : . , . , . , . , . , . ' , . , , . , . , . , . , . . , ' : I I 1 . I 1 I 1 I a I s l I 1 I n ' . I ' , . ' , . , . . , ' : . , . . l . , . , . . Aud1o Vlsual Educatlon Club The Audlo Vlsual Educatnon Club IS the largest club an Edison wlth ap proxnmately 300 members Settmg up prolectors screens microphones and making announcements over the Centralnzed Sound System are only a few of the many dunes of thus actuve club Dan Durham Mr Francis Burgess President Sponsor First row left to rlght R Knster Treasurer D Durham Presndent Mr F Burgess Sponsor D Klstner Vnce Presudent a d I Denmng Secretary Second row left to right Members of the Board G Thomas G Jacobs G Scarborough G Dashbach Thlrd row S Wnlllams Flrst row, left to right: C. Cowan, T. Brown, R. Buller, M. Beckman, and J. Alexander. 2nd row: D. Ogden, C. Rambo, K. James, J. Duncan, and B. Dare. 3rd row: C. Foster, A. Preiss, H. Dietert, J. Dorbandt, A. Abrego, H. Harris and D. Worthington. 4th row: G. Phillipps, A. Priest, W. Protivnak, T. Parker, B. Olfers, A. Neuhouse, and E. Kruger. 5th row: D. Casper, J. Sivic, C. Sitchion, C. Schultz, J. Campbell, B. S. Simms and H. Fanning. 6th row: H. Ziegler, G. Willoz, W. McDonough, C. Moirsey, C. Magee, K. Chrisman, and D. Abrego. 7th row, left to right: K. Withers, R. Ayala, S. Hernandez, C. May, R. Lloyd, B. Ward, and J. Guerro. 8th row, left to right,:'B. McLeod, G. Meeks, B. Moore, P. A. Millam, Eddie Wong, and G. Madray. 150 Flrst row left to right: R. Riley M. Clark S. Ford G. Willoz J. Allen and W. Aaron. 2nd row left to right: S. Redding M. Ellis R. Rawls D. Durham F. Chrisman and N. Alex- ander. 3rd row left to right: B. Graham G. Collins J. Guerra J. Straughn B. Johnson and V. Enderlin.4tl1 row left to right: J. Rogers B. Steelhammer A. Rowland G. McKelvy and B. Rowland. M ASM- Flrst row left to rlght G Zlmmerman B Dorbandt B Dnxon J Benson G Gaston and H Boyd 2nd row left to rlqht N Sohn L Milam E Boydstum P Johnston J Bennett and J D Anderson 3rd row left to right D Ruchards D Keller G Bryant J Bell B J Brown and D Banks 4th row left to right Jerry Decker R Decker B Darlmg J Morrns T Mo reno and M Steen 5th row left to rlght P Montgomery M Sanstrom M Todd J Kent B Stark and J Standnsh 6th row left to rught A J Dollue C Smnth J Nusom E Ott F man E, Benavudes and L James Flrst row left to rught L Cole G Gruggs E Center M Reeves B Landermann and G Schneuder 2nd row left to rlght J Wyatt R Turner M Murphy W Fauekenberry L Ra mnrex and B Launer 3rd row left to right M Wulhams H Wear T Hagan J Cummlos D Owen and J Hamnlton 4th row left to right J Lake C Covarrubuas J Standush E John son L V Moses and B Walker 5th row left to right V Carroll W Prnest A Ramnrez E Morrus and J Carter 6th row left to right D Harruson L, B Taylor M OToole B Alexander and W Pntts 7th row left to right Z Kuhn J Colluns and J Hartman . I . lllll I I I I I I I , ,,,,, , , , , , ' , ' : . ' , . , . ' , . , . , . . , ', : . , . ' , . , . , . , . . . , . : . ' , . , . , . , . . , . . , ' : , . , . ' , . ' , . - , . . , ' : . , . , . , . , . , . ' . , ' : . . ' , . ' , . , . , . Spears, and W. Jaroszuiski. 7th row, left to right: Y. Fischer, E. Conrad, B. Strait, R. Kee- ' , ' : . , . ' , . , . , . ' , . ' . , ' : . , . , . , . , . - ' , . ' . , ' : . ' ' , . ' , . , . ' , . , . ' . , ' V : . , . ' , . ' , . - , . . , . . , ' : . , . ' , . ' , . ' , . . , ' : . ' , . ' . , . , . . I . , . , . . , . . , . , . VIC trual Club A state wude organlzatnon formed by the boys and gurls workmg and studynng nn lndustrnal Tralmng Classes an the public schools of Texas Four of Edlsons Vocatlonal lndustrual Club members returned home from the state conventnon wnth hugh honors Daniel Belzung Presndent Flrst row, left to nght Danny Belzung Pres: dent Mr Ben Faglle Sponsor and Charles Buchner Vlce Presudent Back row left to rlght Bull Corduel Treasurer and Bobby Center Secretary First row, left to right Vernon Bratton, Roy Grohman, Nelson Seffel, and Harry Phnllnps Back row, left to right. George Weber, Carl Frenzel, Byron Anderson, Arvm Schuenneman, Wllllam Gold, Rach ard Courtney, and Ruben Bruones 152 4 . . . ' Honest, Industry and Service is the motto of the Vocational lndus- . , . . : , '- 1 I ' . ' I V. I. C. Honesty, Industry, and Service is the motto of the Voca- tional Industrial Club It is a state wide organization formed by the boys working and studying in Industrial Training Classes in the various public schools of Texas The V I C Club functions through and with the advice and guidance of a State Advisory Committee Bill Bailey President Officers standing left to right B Bailey Press dent Mr Larry Marchak Sponsor and H Zne gler Vice President Officers, kneeling left to right H Keslar Treasurer D Elkins Sergeant at Arms L Williams Reporter and W Snmroth Secretary '71 First row left to right C Rambo C Monsey J Quill T Ziegler B Hinton D Pugh G Reger R Luchtenberg J Shockey and F Gavnlan 2nd row left to right R Wied J Fox B Bierschwale W Wolfe C Banks D Croft T Bessellneu R Grohman R Mclntyre andR Martin 'I53 . . . , Q a . n . Q . . ' - I I ' ' I I - I f ' ' . . - 0 I ' ' I . . . . , , . , ' ' 7 ' 1 F v 1 4 A ., w I - ' -i, , ' I : ,-1.-.,.,,, 1 C x K X . Q . . . . ' . I . . , . , . , . 1 - I ' I - 1 . . . . . . , . , . - , 0 - 1 - 1 - I ' , . , . , . , . 1 - 1 ' ' Mechanical Drawing Club The oblectlves of the Mechantcal Drawlng Club are to mcrease unterest nn Mechanncal Drawtng to promote socnal actlvutues an the group and to tncreas knowledge and skulls nn general actnvtttes relatung to lndustry and recreahon The club IS under the sponsorshtp of Mr Arthur Hubertus Jo Ed Morgenroth Prestdent Seated left to rlght Robert Mclntyre Sgt at Arms Roy Grohman Treasurer Jo Ed Morgen roth Presndent 2nd row left to rlght Bully Bterschwale Sgt at Arms Mr Arthur Hu bertus Sponsor and Tommy Jett Secretary L L1 'lst row left to right Carl Evans Jrm Walsh Charles Postlewote Bnllte Barrett J F Everttt Robert Laughlm John Everly Pat Van Kleef Thomas Duderstadt Ike Postell Domungo Runz Davnd Black Sktpper Sktnner and Butch Shoemaker 2nd row left to rtght Ftdel Tafulla Gaylord Reger Bobby, Hall W L Dunbar Charles Banks Phtltp Flathouse Kenneth Weber Thomas Farrush Edward Mc carley Pat Wnlson Harold Sassman Dalton Brown Lee Frltze James Ewmg and James Ketler 3rd row left to right Melvun Hugdon Jerry James M Ivan Medlock Jultus Fnnch Vnc Grohman Harold Keslar Ted Bessellteu Bobby Schnetder Bull Martun Dale Mollgaord Leonard Zuttle Floyd Frned and George Moore . . . . 1 I I . . . . . . Q , .. l I XKU' ,, , . , .' ' . I 1 I ' """ I ' I ' A , .' ' I . ' 1 I 1 - ' ,,. I ' 1 1 1 1 - - 1 I I I I I I I . . . . 1 - I ' 1 1 . . . . 1 ' - 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 - . . . . . . . ' Q 1 - 1 1 - 1 1 1 I I I I I I I . Thrift Club R "SAVE AND LET YOUR MONEY WORK FOR YOU." The proi- C' ect of the Thrift Club is to take care of the banking at Edison. Members of the Thrift Club serve as bank secretaries in their advisories. The club is associated with the San Antonio Savings and Loan Association, and depositors receive three per cent in- terest on their savings. Harold Schlueder President First row left to right Harold Schlueder President Mrs Alleen Scott Sponsor and Zand Kuhn Vice President 2nd row left to right Jimmy Ben so n Sgt at Arms Gary Black Treasurer and David Meitzen Secretary Flrst row left to right Genevieve Hampton Mildred Board Doris Seay and Lenore Ayala 2nd Sachs 3rd row left to right Vernon Sherman Gilbert Merz Glen Devendorf Gene Pane and Rod ney Wood 4th row left to right Tommy Fanchor John Thompson Eugene Bain Tommy Casey and .lack Bennett 5th row left to right Fred Spears David La Ro Harold Boyd Jimmy Cummins and Wayne Welge 6th row left to right David Fraser Billy Strair Wayne Reeves Bobby Bochers Tony Morene 7th row left to right Courtney Pennington Robert Holt Will Tanmen Billy Palmer . I . : I . I - , 2 , . - . U I . : . I H - 1 , : l , . . I . : . I . I . I . row, left to right: Ruby Ranzau, Betty Jo Younger, Harriet Fey, Harriet Raborn, and Marsha . , ' : , ' , , , - - . r ' 2 , , ' , , . I . : I . I I . . I - , ' 2 ' , ' ', , , . I 0 : . I I . ' . ' Senior Hi-Y The Senior Hi Y is a newly organ uzed club at Eduson They have as theur oblect to create mamtann and extend throughout the school and the commumty hngh standards of Chrnstuan character George Scarborough Mr Paul Wntherspoon President Sponsor ,gif Flrst row left to right George Scarborough Presudent Jnmmy Hamell Sergeant at Arms and Lanny Thompson Secretary Second row left to right Melvm Medlock Treasurer Johnny Veltman Vnce Presudent and Jullus Fmcke Sergeant at Arms 1' 597 Flrst row left to nght D Brant B Gonzales K James M Clark and C Tendell Second row left to right G Thomas B Graham J Van Dyke G Jacobs and B Muller Thurd row left to right C Schulze F Franka E Wong A Pruest and V Peterson Fourth row left to right C Setcheler D Kasper B Steelehammer E Thuele and E Monahan Fifth row left to right J Strawn D Worth mgton J Guerrero L Pence H Ziegler G Gettmger W Protnvnak and B Center Junior Hi-Y The purpose of the Junior High-Y is to promote better understanding between boys and their Maker. This religious organization also promotes brotherhood and emphasizes Chris- tian living. The boys have chosen for their goal, an aim toward a better life of honor and respect, based on the Christian religion and fellowship of nations. .lack Kent President First row left to right B Dixon Secretary D Miller Vice Pres: dent R Turner Sgt atArms and J Kent President 2nd row Mr D Morris Sponsor R Bird Secretary and D Lewis Treas urer meyer 2nd row M Williamson D Scarborough M Murphy B Leonard and R Jordon 3rd row R Morris B Darling J Morris J Carter R Gardner and C Cockrell 4th row J Stark C John son R Montgomery J Palfreyman and C Covarrubias 5th row T Ramirez E Graff B Peters J Key J Pozero and G Zimmerman 157 4224 ik MQ'-'Da' . I . : I . I First row, left to right: W. Echols, W. Jarosyewski, V. Crawford, D. Thuman, D. Avery, and R. Weh- Senior High P.E. The beauty of life is health, and exer- Most athletic gurl Nancy Pond cise is an important factor ot health. The pictures below display this issue. The girls learn clean sportsmanship and the "know- how" of sports. Intramurals keep every- body on their toes. Junior High P. E Participating in the Junior High sports events, are all members of the Junior High Physical Education Classes. These classes take part in Basketball Games, Volleyball Tourna- ments, Tumbling, Archery, and Hand Ball. The Junior High Physical Education Teacher is Miss Helen Wyatt Camilla Beutnagel 159 i I Cf .Tumor Natlonal Honor SOCIETY This organization consists of honor roll students from the Seventh Eighth and Ninth Grades The organization works on the same basis as the Senior High National Honor Society Betty Witt Mrs Margaret Jones President Sponsor First row, left to right R Crawford treasurer K Little secretary Bguy-1111, president N Middleton Second row left to right R Wehmeyer sergeant at arms J Owings chaplain J Hamrnck parlua mentarian D A Gibson committee chairman P Sanders reporter First row, left to right: B. Tipton, W. Echols, C. Cole, R. Starosta, G. Ewing, B. Bergman, and C Cockrell. Second row, left to right: S. Burgess, D. Barr, D. Atkins, B. Bauman, C. Jorden, J. Cata- rusa, O. Long, S. Moore, and R. Hamilton. Third row, left to right: S. Stamps, J. Black, W. Stanford D. Scarborough, J. Owings, M. Tope, M. Casey, J. Von Scheele, J. Wilke, and B. Jacobs. Fourth row left to right: K. Casper, R. Garza, C. Huxoll, O. Pomeroy, V. Jackson, D. Avery, N. Evans, B. Boach ers, E. Bain, and J. Cunningham. 160 Sharon Bolton X B, , Jr. Homemakmg Club The Junior Homemaking Club is borrowing the motto of all senior F.H.A. chapters and is looking "Toward New Horizons" in an effort to prepare them- selves today for the iob of home- makers which will be theirs in the future. A . Mrs. Dessa Wright President in Sponsor I 7 First row left to right Marilynn Hope Sgt at Arms Ann Moore Vice President and Helen Mattke Secretary 2nd row left to right Vicky McCampbeII Treasurer and Barbara Jacoby Program Chairman First row left to right B Rogers M L Hoper L J Ernst L Daniels B Wammeyer E Monahan M Cadden and D West 2nd raw M Sandstrom B Nicholson 3rd row P Fairchild B J Younger J Day L Ramirez S Meir and B J Hudson 4th row H Raborn E Johson D Zimmerman L Moses G Sides and L Scarborough 5th row P Anderson G First row, left to right M Schmidt M Stern C Spen cer M L Ortiz and T Kappa 2nd row S Layton B Mallory P Mangum K Thompson B J Rucker set J Howard and D Kirchoff 4th row M Bush L N Copenhaver J Crapps K Daves andC Delke 5th row C L Atkins M N Anderson T Bell R Beyer and B Brown Tampke B Butler M Rodriguez J Benevancles and D Seay 6th row B Jessop E Herlong R Ramirez D Harrison and S Lothrmger 161 . I . : . I 1- - 2 , ' - ' 1 I ' I . : ' 1. I 1 V fill' ' , ' : . , . . , . . ' ' : . ' , . , . - , . ' , . ' , . , . , . . ', . . : -NAA . H W. , . . : . , . . , . , . , . . Briggs, R. Ramirez, M. Board, G. Ramirez, and C. and C. Ruiz. 3rd row: S. L. Felty, M. Fried, B. Gres- ' . : . ' ' , . . , . , . , . ' . : . , . ' , . ', . . . : , , , . , . , . ' . , . , . ' , . , . : . . ' , . . , . , ' , . . : . , . , . . I . I n . I 1 . I . . : . , . , . ' , . ' , . . . Presudent Vnce Presadent Secretary Sergeant at Arms Janlce Brashears President Press Club Janice Brashears James Jones Carole Calvert Bobby Dawson Sponsor Mrs Mary K Nusom Seated left to right Mona Hou sel Treasurer Jamce Brashears Presnclent James Jones vnce presndent Second row left to rlght Bobby Dawson Sergeant at Arms Carole Calvert Secre tary Joe Carroll Rust Hustoruan and Genevieve Boerner Parlua mentanan Seated, left to right: Barbara Boxley, Jerry Wnlllams, and Janet Ford Second row, left to right: Alan Ludvugsen, Arnold Coker, Jay lee Lammons, and Alex Men Akri 162 Treasurer ................................. Mona Housel 1 . 3 ' 1 F . 1 . f 1 . ' . 0 I . : l - - , I - 1 1 ' ' : e . I . . Amateur Radio The purpose of this club is to obtain a radio amateur license. The practice of Morris Code and radio theory is prac- ticed by the club. This newly formed club is the door to a very educational and enjoyable world of electronics. ln this day and age, the field of radio and electronics is open to all comers. ln the future, men coming out of Edison's halls, will be leaders in this field. Charles Buclmer President Officers of the Club are C Buch ner President A Conrad Sec retary J W Harpel Treasurer Mr Ben Faglne Sponsor and A Schueneman Vice President First row left to right A Rohus H Redding M Grobe W Harvey and C Frenzel 2nd row D Mentzen J Dennis J Palfreyman J Postell and T Johnson 3rd row P Townsend R Noah S Anderson R Brnones D Mollgaard and D Casper 4th row M Clifford D Sheppard D Fra zier J Fritz and G Kunz 5th row D Townsend N Martin H Phillips andJ Hendricks 163 1 I ' I ' i ' - 1 7 ' . - 1 1 ' I ' ' . . l . I , . . , . , . , . , . . . , . , . , . , . . - . , . . , . , . , . . - - , . , . " . . . . . . . , . , . . . . , . , . , . . Ann Moore President Eighth Grade Y-Teens The Eighth Grade Y-Teens is a service club composed of Eighth Grade girls. During Christmas the club collected food, clothes, and toys to provide a Christmas party for two needy families. During February the club helped sponsor a Valentine's Dance in the gym. IX Seated left to right C Deike C Ruiz S Lynch L V Moses S Moore and P Anderson 2nd row B Mallory D Kirchoff T Bell M Sand strom and M N Anderson 3rd row B Walker E Ruolas J Howard D J Zimmerman and K Daves 4th row B Butler J Smith D Harrison E Johnson P Teague andM Stern 4 Seated left to right O Long Vice President A Moore Pres: dent and H Mattke Secretary 2nd row K Massue Worship Chairman B Rogers Treasurer andJ Hamrick Historian Home sponsors for the group are Mrs J L Copenhaver and Mrs A J Moore assisted by Mrs Mamie Vielock sc ool sponsor Seated left to right C Cole M Schmidt L J Ernst J Lynch C Wallis and C Adkins 2nd row M Fried M Tope R Starasta R Beyer and L Copenhaver 3rd row C Tampke B Murray S L Felty T Kappa and C Nicholson 4th row S Finley S Garrison B J Hudson D West B Jessob and K Little . I - - 1 . il I . I - 1 - . . , F- 1 I . , . .. , . .. , . rx - . . .. I . . . . . . , . . ,. ,. , , . . , . ,.- . . , . , . . , . , . , . . s . - o ' . . , . ,. , . . . , . , . , . 1 . . , . . - . . , . .. . . 1 - . ,- , .. , - ,.. ,. , - - . . . . . . . . . ,. , . 1 . . , . , . - 1 . ,. , . . . ,. , . . During the month of April, the organization sold Easter lilies to help the crippled children throughout the city. Easter baskets were made and taken to the neglected children at the Holmgreen Shelter. 1. L 5 V Seated left to right C Spencer Secretary G Ewing President and B Gresset Treasurer 2nd row S Layton Publicity Chair man W Stanford SoclalCha1r man B Taylor Worshnp Chair man R Crawford Service Chair man and B Stark Program Chairman Home sponsor of the club is Mrs V W Crawford assisted by Mrs Mamie Vielock school sponsor Seated left to right B Miller E Johnson S Meyer B Smith C Renfro and B Witt 2nd row D Dean J A Coll ns C., Gregory, Y Fischer and lL.MLh.l.t-elledd 3rd row G Ram eriz B Wehemeyer M Gillum M OToole and J Bell 4th row R Garza M Hope B Brown R Rameriz and L Ramernz Gwen Ewing President Sohn L McDaniel M Ortiz and D Sapp 2nd row P Fairchild B Brown M Smith P D umm and J Benaurdes 3rd row G Sides M Hodes L Daniels L Scarborough and M Bush 4th row C Clark B Hopkins V McCampbeIl M Cadden and E Monahan I . 2 - 1 : - , 1 : l I . . . - , g F I I . - Z. F - I I ' 1 - , ' - : . , ' I I i , ' : . ' , . , . Seated, left to right: J. Crapps, K. Thompson, N. , . . , . , . . . , . ' , . , . . : . , . . I , . : . , . , . , . . , ' , . : . - . . : . , . , . . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . . . . : . , . , . , : . , . , . , . . , . . , . . 165 9th Grade Y-Teens Under the sponsorship of Mrs. Dessa Wright and Mrs. G. W. Black, home sponsor, the Ninth Grade Y-Teens organized this year. An affiliate of the Young Women's Christian Association, the club held its candlelight installation service at the YWCA. As a service organization, the Y-Teens sang Christmas Carols at the Old Folk's Home and made trips to orphanages. Anita Crowell President l Qed, left to right: J Waldrop r,easurer J Owings Vice Pres: ,fdent A Crowell President C Croft Secretary and A Lykms Sgt at Arms 2nd row S Too mey Parliamentarian C Huxoll Sgt at Arms O Pomelroy Chaplain V Jackson Historian and J Black Program Chair man Not pictured is Mrs Black Sponsor and Mrs Wright School Sponsor row M Tumming Tokoly A Harper K Casper and B Wmdell 3rd row P Davis C Mecke F Alelandro R Romalda and E De La Cruz 4th row N Middleton B Simms J Von Sheele C Yoast and M Mitcham 5th row J Owings S Stamps D Franklin B Phillips and F Leonard 6th row H May B Hensler W Wickliff J Hardy and M Bangum 7th row R Roberts N Weaver M ONave B Holt and D Richter 3 . I K I . . I . - .- ' X : - , ' : - 'Lf' -1 - : .. ' , ' ' : - , . - - 7 . , . I n I . . . I , I - . . , ' I First row, left to rigl2xjfSonnier, G. Titpon, P. Henderson, B. Jacobs, S. Evans, and G. Davis. 2nd 2 - ' , - , - , . , . ' . : . ' , . , . ' , . . . : . ' , . ' , , , . , . ' . : . ' , . , . ' , . ' ' , , . : . , . ' , . ' ' , . , . . : , , . , . , . , . , . . Sports Club C Good sportsmanship is the policy of the Sports Club here at EHS. Composed of P. E. students, the girls form teams and vie in sports participation. Mrs. Julia Cone Alice Jessop Sponsor President Officers seated left to right M Carlson Par liamentaruan J Lewis SergeantatArms M Van Kleef Treasurer C Seideman Vice Pres: dent J Stringer Secretary B Sites Sergeant at Arms and P Tomerlm Historian Center M Lewis Reporter First row left to right R Tomerlm V Wegman J Decker M Cassidy M Cam eron E Epstein E Patton and D Sites Second row left to right E Brown D Bnles N Baker R Alexander and N Ersch Third row left to right T Lanier D Miller M McDonnell P Kiser K Welch I Denning J Baker M Wistrich M Nonmacker L Scharein N Farrar and K Brown Fourth row left to right K Rock G Rotan J Bass C Kusenburger M Krause C Kusenburger and S Kothe Fifth row left to right V Haese B Coualesky M Washburn J Gard ner M Schrieber S Ortlgo B S hmidt A Nickelson and C Byron Sixth row left to right N Alexander S Redding S Ford A Scott V Kelso B Hopkins M Kirkpatrick I Brown D Courtney M Coffey P Williams and B Olfters . . I I 3' 1' 1- , --:- , 1- ,'-'- 1- , 1-, - -5 . , . :. , . , :. ,. ,. ,. ,. - ,. ,. , .. , :. ,. ,. ,. , .. , z. . ,. ,..,. ,. .,. ,. ,. . . ,. ,. , . . , : . , :. ,, ,. ,. - ,. ,. , .. , :. ,. ,. ,. ,. ,. , . ,. ,. ,. ,. , . . Jr Jaycees and Jr Jaycee Eiies Slave Trade The Jr Jaycee Jaycee Ette Slave Trade for the March of Dames reached the all tnme hugh of 5900 the sum being reached by contributions 213 'ff Q0 wt Anyone for a shane? W , Are they worth the prlce we had to pay? Gomg once gorng twuce sold' a glad or lust plam delectedi' "Oh surely he must be worth more than that"' "Money, money, whose got the money?" "Oh, what they drdn'r do to html" "Oh, somebody save me qu:ck"' 168 1 I I YQ Q M J " 45' ' 4 My iff'-rv J' I rf w Ay. 3, J , ,, . 5 i 2 1-f J u - n K . f II ' II X 11 - . . ,, I I ' ns d- -1 - . . ,, Z Speech Department The Speech Department has engaged in many activities throughout the past school year. Under the direction of Mrs. Jo K. Jones, the Speech Department has presented many plays and debates and has also helped to present the Edison Talent Show, which is an annual event here at Edison. The department studies choric reading, spelling,' phonetics, story telling, and I radio commercials. "Our Primitive Selves" QQ, ,-rs. Portrait of a Lady Speech Department Debate Team Portrait of a Lady l Believe T69 ll ' II "Our Primitive Selves" ll - Il ll - n Library and Office Workers Standing left to right N Blshop R Jenner C Seldeman B Stes S Stuart C Ball M Bennett J Decker G Johnson and K Kane Seated left to nght B Barrnngton C Wooten B Eckerman M Butler E Coats A De La Cruz and B Wllllams Flrst row left to right M Howard B Burrer B Paul B Burton B Stnegler S Saathoff Magee G Hamilton I Zuttle and S West Thlrd row left to right A Talley B Natuons S Shoemaker and A Harrmgton Fourth Row left to right R Jenner M Freracks S Thompson A Wnllman M Tumey and G Wllloz Fifth row left to right D Safran B Kurkland M Boles and M Thompson Sixth row left to nght A Chamberlam G Col Inns M Scarborough and P Anderson 'I70 ' , ' : . ' , . , . ' , . i , . , . , . , . , . , . . , ' : . ' , . I l , s I Q I c , n . . a ' , ' : . , . , . , . , . ' , . and B. Boxley. Second row, left to right: P. Trammell, F. Zimmerman, E. Burkhardt, B , . ' , . ' ' , . . ' , ' : . , . ' . , . ' . , ' : . , . ' , , . ' , . , . ' . ' , ' : . , ' , . , . . ' , ' : . ' , . . , . , . . Cafetena D1v1s1on TK Left fo rlghf M Ccntu Mrs L Johnson Head Dletmon H Fletcher G Robinson L Robe A Grant cmd R Johnson Custodlans Left to right Mr R M Walker, J Hernandez, R Torres, R Smudno, J Motto, and S Guerrero 171 I I I - , ' , 1 - 3 Q ' 'fYLff'Q ' , ,gf A J r V . 354, J. s 5 V 1 . 1 i Q , . . , . . , 5 , I , I , I , . . - TTVQ0 CWI JUL! ET 1 N 5ULH:T Y School L1fe , Cx X KST ybd-.W-kg! ig 7 X ff!! My leading role was really fume The Senior Play was grand I dudn't skip 0 snngle lane The scrapt was In my hand' ,ff ff yf fi 4 "' f V G ' 'boom 1' 'Q Vg Rx x' CVE. XFX ny my-1-.figs ' my 2 y I w Liix A 1' W 5 Q j ?i .4 J X iff: T1 , K I Q .Tv f f xl Z 1 lv . f, -U , QCA, ' 2 y . Wm. 1 Q X J x y X f x V f .N t y ,l I A T-H y x ll!! " X- in .rx ' 1l,,.1 V WE? X f , ff f x f fy I I 1 QE!! is V xx A if ,fly - ,Q y -N - - S 11- R A , 1 'XXX , 4A,, f Z X NN D X-1:1 . I 49 V, -,w W375331' 1.. is , 'L I .,.f-5.16: 3 . -4 X.-, 5 I ,,x , . ,, Q. 'l -4 v 'Q' WL sf'-W -nf. '1' X..-,SQ ' N. z 5 f f ,J , 5 I 5 'rf 14 5 4 a 1 D I 3 Q 4 he , ,0-..-f 163- , '..?'L2JaL... mg- , 'AW S 1-.. .- ' 4 - : .,, fx, -,, 5 " -. fn 1514 V+ 1 15' : e 'Y +i'1,i:E2 'EW N A iifggriilgm -W 1.,. . -Lb: Black and Gold Prom The annual Black and Gold Prom sponsored by the Honey Bears is the biggest social event of the year. It is given in honor of the football team, after many hours of planning and prep- aration by the Honey Bears. Watch the Birdie Surprised? Beauty on Parade l ,r cg 175 Sweetheart and Beau ,-f"21"' BEVERLY STIEGLER AND GEORGE CALHOUN 176 1 Love Young at Heart Dale and Charla . . . cheese, please. Sweetheart Prom The Sweetheart Prom IS an annual event sponsored by the Sensor Student Councnl It was held at the Olmos Club on February 'I9 During the course of the evening several schools mcludmg Eduson presented enloyable entertamment Precedung the entertaunment cake and punch were served A lovely Valentine' Grin and Bear It Senior Play I want you to look worse than you do now. Harold Hastings Bill Singer .... Joe Roberts . . . Jean Hastings ............. Dick Jordon .. Gloria Fellows Frances Price . Miss Hamilton Sanders ...... . . . . Frank Gray . . Gus Scharein Clifford Saathoff . . . Carol Wolfe .. Leroy Becker .. Mona Housel . Valerie Martin . . . . Janet Ford . . James Ewing Director ....................... ........ Did I hear my name mentioned? Giving the old school a visit? Oh tts only a fruit punchl Why lm Miss Hamilton of the English Depart . ll I . Il u - - - - ll 1, . , . H ll 1 - - . I H . ment! 178 Mike ................... Betty ......... Bonnie Barbara ................ Gertrude Vedder Colonel Price .. Mrs. Price ...... Norma Price . . . Wayne Hastings .......... "Junior Mister" ..... J. W. Harpel Penny McCampbell Marie Quick . . . . Shirley Delke . . . . . . . . . Ginger Hamilton . . . .. Robert Orr . . . Becky Swander . . . Jouleen I-lurta . . George Calhoun Mr. Philip Bauman Norma Norma are you all right? After that I was literally bombarded' . . . . . 11 1 I 1 ll s . . ,, . . . . I 11 n . ,, r 1 - 11 - ,, 11 11 r - ' Remember students its a farce comedy about an old colonel that runs his house like an army regiment Blast it man why were you hiding in that closet? How do you know they are not at home? 79 P.T.A. President ........................ Mrs. C. Stroud President's Aide .................. Mrs. J. Quick Secretary .......................... Mrs. R. Hall Treasurer ........................ Mrs. V, Sooter Mrs. Claude Stroud President The Edison High PTA has reached the highest membership in its history with l 089 members but more important we achieved our real goal of a closer re lationship between home and school by the wonderful participation of parents teachers and students in PTA meetings and other activities Chairmen left to right First row Mesdames S Hopkins R Wade R Busby J Quick Presidents Aide R Hall Secretary C Williams F Sparrow F Rainey andJ Burton Second row Mesdames V Crawford A Boerner F Ludvigsen J Rylander N Thompson C Snmroth E Bergman G Mc Kelvy and Co chairman R Lewis Co chairmen left to right third row Mesdames H Schramm W Gibson O Schwmge H Starosta A Brown F Newcomer and B Kusenberger Not pictured Chair men Mesdames G Bichsel C Hewitt J Pennington A Merrill and Mr B McGowan Co chairmen Mesdames D Wolfe W Garrison E Crowell H Howell H Harris C Abshnre R Sassman and Mr W W Few 180 I I ' 1 , . . . 1 . . . 1 I I - - 1 1 1 - 1 - 1 7 . , 7 . , . , . , . . . . , . , - , . , . , . , . , . 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' 1 . , . , . , . , . , . , . . if-52 Offlcers seated left to right Mrs John Quick Presldents Alde Mrs Claude Stroud President Mrs Robert Hall Secretary and Mrs Vernon Sooter Treasurer Frfkk .1 Advlsory mothers left to rught Flrst row Mesdames R Lewns E Hope R Morrus A Brown Sr Co chaurman C Wnllnams Chaurman W Garrison Jr Co chaurman D Martnn L Garrett and S Clark Second row Mesdames D Younger W Gnbson H Teague J Smith G Madray F Newcom er R Davalos B Dixon and A Burns Thlrd row Mesdames L Mlddleton J Stafford M Jordan R Shelton E Tschnedel R Power R Wade and D Fraser Fourth row Mesdames W Bunz T Stamps F Burgess B Medlock and E Koppa Flfth row Mesdames P Meckel O Mngl M Dorbandt D Schwarz and L Allen Sixth row Mesdames J Roberts J Ross and T Hemby Not Pictured Mes damesJ McCarley J Richardson C Reger V Fritz: R Wnlllams W Dapeer L Kunsman E Janota R Burns G Black J Barrett H Harrns F Kralnk J Cummvns L Sandstrom R Dalton R Walker R Layton J Kohutek and B Singleton 181 ,- 951, . . . 4 D,.,.'x"i"", I ' fr , . 1 1 L31 I '- we , 3 'H , -A ' V A kk - . rw , fn, . . ML ...LM , ' 4 , .-1 I 1 I c . . - . . , . . ' , . . , 1 - 1 1 - 1 I - 1 - 4 JM. 1 4 A f . H 14 1 4 ' L Lg f , I new f .1 wtf -' tw 1 ,J wr , . .- .f ul.1'-5271 W " ,aw rf ,Y . , ' ff, wt 24? , - , 1 4 'K + r , 'qty " -D ,. A . 4 .- .I U I . . . . . . 1 I ' 1 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 - ' f - 1 1 - I - ' f - 1 - 1 - . . . , . , . , . , . , . ' , . , . , . . . . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . . . . , . , . , . , . . . . , . , . , . . . , . . . . , . , . . . - - 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 ' 1 - 1 ' 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 - , . , . . Pictured at far right are Marne Quick Mr Don Morris Janice Brashears and Carol Wolfe making paper flowers for Edusons float an the Battle of Flowers Parade which won First Place Guy El liott and Mary June Hardy right were elected as representatives to the All State Chorus in Austin Outstanding Honors Pictured at far left is: Mr. Philip Bauma who sang at the San Antonio Livesto Rodeo during the Exposition. Mr. Je Sarli lead the R od eo Band. Bec Swander, left, was elected as Edison candidate for DAR representative. 2 l Q - . . - 1 - I 1 ' I ' I 1 f ' I 1 Valedictorian and Salutaiorian I. d Jay ee Vale Mono Housol Solufctorian 183 fl-f i k 'A X YR YO 4l XML 1 X g,Q X La N1 X4 L O N A Q l x W! Sports manly torso tlwrnllecl gurls hearts T e team relned on me In sports I played an actuve part As Water Boy, you see' 184 ll Z V4 XXX , l "V-1 l L if X X ff . f Q Ll f l ri' 21-lg' l '.y U 1 f t 1 L Q l - 9 s y J fl N l VJ' X 1 55 C L ii t f -L fytyj ,...l L of Qri Q f, lf f t'tl if X . f' "L U" X ff , V x f l o ' " X , My ' ' ' . h ' . 'Q' r,.,,,a,.-Q--v 4f"'i -an C ...I llopnsenhng the four mayor sports at Eduson Hugh School are Rudy Davalos Tenms Mr Wal don Forren Coach Gus Scharem Track Freddue Duecker Football Davnd Hams Basketball and Mr Francls Burgess Coach . 1 : t 5 iff. , . :fer-Awwudww A I 1 l g ':.... D . 5 x 5 ,ll 1 ,I 4 4 :EQ vp: 1 p f '. h J N- ' m 3 1 o I' 1 7 l , V , as , - Q - 3 XX ' i A o , l Q V -Q gay 5 gl si N a ' I , A 1 i , " . a g X l ' 5 A 'N p 3 . l J , f z l . . . . 3 I . I i - , 2 ' , s ' . : ' ' , : - ' I . Pictured left to rlqht Loren Davis and Alex de Kanter managers of the Football Team September 1 September 2 October October October October November 5 November 12 November 19 Edison Edison Edison Edison Edison Edison Edison Edison Edison Central Catholic Seguin Victoria Texas City New Braunfels Burbank Harlandale Alamo Heights Kerrville Football Team sepiember 10 edison 6 Alice 6 ' 20 ' 4 32 1 13 9 36 15 7 21 19 19 14 53 ivy if t1W""ihZ'31?v ' Lt " Coaches Coaches pictured left to nght McCarley Greer Shannon Forren and Burgess Captams Captains of the football team, left to right Davud Horns, Gus Scharevn, and Clnfford Soathoff 'I87 b . - -,.., ,, V ,-.vv .. A A v,,j,'-, I W' e e e -I . A V 6 , 1 1 rl.. 1 . . . 4, , ,G y . , ig. , A A N " W., ,r 1 ' L, , I ' I I I I - uk w. Davld Harris Co Captain of the Team received Honorable Mention on the All State Team and was an All District Player on the 1954 AAA All State football team and received All District on the 7 AAA team Harris received the same honors last year Davld was the only returning all distract man on the Edison squad 190 H9 . . I - . I . David Harris, a two-year Ietterman, received honorable mention Fredclne Duecker Semor Back receuved Honorable Mentuon on the All State Team and chosen as an All Dnstrect Player the 1954 AAA All State football team and receoved All Dnstrnct on the 7 AAA team Freddue as a sensor and he has been one of the Ieadmg ground gamers 'I91 HE . I . ' . . - l . , Duecker, a two-year letterman, received honorable mention on - . . . . I llllii MZ-'S Bernard Brown Sensor Guard was a member of the All Dlstruct Team Cherokee who us the heaviest mon on the Ednson squad was packed as an All Dnstrnct Player He has been a standout on both offense and defense Brown as a sensor and has one varslty letter to hus crednt 'I92 Dlstrlct f - , fn, I 'V ml' I I u , V Vik I I ' 1 1 - - . . - 1 EDISON-6 ALICE-13 arein meets with a pack of Coyotes as he moves into enemy territory. ullback Freddie Duecker led the son Bears to a 20-7 win over the tral Catholic Buttons by scoring three Bruin TDs. uecker's first score came on a 6 d plunge in the second period to ax a 53 yard drive. His second re came on a 27 yard iaunt which ed a 68 yard scoring drive. ecker's third run was for 44 yards ht through the center of the Cen- I defense. uarterback Johnny Veltman was ther Bear offensive threat as he pleted 5 of 8 passes for 74 ds. ill Hamrick, David Harris, Andy s, and Cherokee Brown were de- sive standouts for the Bears. Missing first string fullback Fred Duecker, the Edison Golden Bears were downed by the Alice Coyotes of District 8-AAA by a score of 'I3-6. Edison scored the first touchdown on a yard plunge by Gus Scharein to climax a drive which took 9 plays from the Alice 31. Alice scored twice in the second quarter. Edison had two scoring chances in the 4th period, but fumbled on both occasions, once on the Alice 7, and once on the Alice 9. EDISON-20 CENTRAL-7 Central defenders watch Veltman gain yardage. A powerful Edison eleven rolled to a 32-0 win over the Seguin Mata- dors in their district opener. Fred Duecker led the scorers with runs of 72 and 45 yards. The first Bear tally, however, was scored by Gus Scharein on a 22 yard dash midway in the first quarter. Then came Duecker's scores, one in the second and one in the third peri- od which was followed by an 8 yard score by John Veltman. The final Bear touchdown came near the end of the game on a 'I0 yard plunge over center by Jared Stamps. The Matadors were never inside Edison's 20. EDISON-32 SEGUIN-U Brown lays a key block as Veltman picks up ten in Seguin game. EDISON-13 VICTORIA-34 Veltman takes off on a 6'l yard touchdown run against Victoria. 194 Edison's Golden Bears recei their worst beating in four years the night of October l as the Victc Stingarees rambled over them b' score of 34 to 'l3. The Bears fought all of the w but an abundance of minor inju was our main drawback. Guard Benard Brown receive: hard blow on the head in the s ond quarter, which was the w injury of the game. Sophomore quarterback Joh: Veltman was the leading grow. gainer for Edison as he passed c ran for some 90 yards. It was in closing seconds of the game wl Veltman stepped off a 61 ya touchdown run. EDISON-36 TEXAS CITY-6 Texas City Band members scatter as Duecker tallies again. 2,620 fans saw a bad case of mbleitis Kayoed most champion- hip hopes for Edison, as they bat- ed to a 7-7 tie with the Unicorns New Braunfels. Near the end of the first quarter, Veltman climaxed a 68 yard by scoring from the Unicorn 'I3 line. Edison had two passes intercepted Lupe Molina which proved to be factors in the game. His first turned out to be a 32 touchdown. The second came 30 seconds left to play as the s were rolling toward paydirt. Led by the passing of sophomore quarterback, Johnny Veltman, and the running of Fred Duecker and Gus Scharein, the Edison Bears knocked off the Texas City Sting- arees, 36-6. Scharein and Duecker each scored 2 TDs, while Veltman and end, David Harris, each tallied once. Duecker showed his usual style of break-away running to the Gulf coasters with a 56 yard run. The Bears' second TD was a pass from Veltman to Harris. Veltman then passed to Duecker for a third TD. In the second half, Edison tallied 3 more times, Veltman once, and Scharein twice. EDISON-7 NEW BBAUNFELS-7 Johnny Veltman prepares to throw one of his many completed passes against the New Braunfels' Unicorns. 195 Sophomore quarterback Johnny Veltman returned a punt 74 yards for one touchdown and drove 5 yards for another as the Bears beat the Burbank Bulldogs by a score of 19-0. Freddie Duecker scored the third marker for the Bears midway in the 3rd period on a 20 yard run climax- ing a drive from the Edison 15. A stout Edison defensive forward wall prevented Burbank from scor- ing. The only threat of the game came when Joe Horlen recovered a fumble on Edison's 17, but that drive was halted when end David Harris captured a Burbank fumble on the Edison 10. EDISON-19 HARLANDALE-14 Kuehne picks up yardage with fine blocking by teammates. EDISON-19 BURBANK-0 Duecker skirts right end to score against Bulldogs. the tale. This theory was shattere as the Edison Bears nosed out powerful Horlandole Indian eleven 19-14. The Bears had only 6 firs downs to 17 for the Indians. Harlan dale had a large margin in yard: gained, also. The margin there wa' 303 for Harlandale to 176 for Edi son. Edison's three scores came on pas plays of 41 and 39 yards, and a run of 40 yards. The first score was a 41 yard iump pass to All-District en: David Harris. Late in the third quar c 1 Some people say that statistics tel c c ter, Clifford Saathoff intercepted pass to set up a TD that he himsel made. Duecker then scored from th forty. EDISON-14 ALAMO HEIGHTS-21 Kuehne and Brown close in on Heights ballcarrier. As the curtain fell on the football season, the Edison Bears whipped the Kerrville Antlers 53-0 and wound up in third place in the final Dis- trict 7-AAA standings. Johnny Veltman and Gus Scharein each scored two touchdowns, while Fred Duecker, Clifford Saathoff, Gene Elwell, and Jim Kuehne tallied one apiece. The Bruins proved to be cruelly efficient in the first half, as they mounted up a 41-O half-time lead. This win gave Edison a 6-3-'I sea- son record. W A hard fighting bunch of Edison Bears went down swinging in the last minutes of the game as the Alamo Heights Mules squeezed out a 21-'I4 victory. It was a hard fought first half ending in a 7-7 deadlock that made it apparent to everyone that it was going to be anybody's game. After Heights had moved ahead, 14-7, in the third period, the Bears launched a fierce ground attack, spearheaded by All-District Fullback Freddie Duecker. Duecker stepped off a 77-yard score to give him a total of 211 yards rushing, along with tying the score. Late in the fourth period, Heights scored after intercepting a pass, and that was the winning score. EDISON-53 KERRVILLE-0 David Harris got plenty of kick-off practice in the Kerrville tilt. Senior High B Football Team Mr Francis Burgess Coach Farsi row lofi fo rlghf J Campbell L Franklm H Zaegler G Moore B Hall J Wulluams L Solt and L Fmley Second row left to right V Sooter S Jushce A J Lowery B Center R Ayala R Selsor B Chatten P Van Kleef and G Scarborough Tlurd row left to right Coach Burgess H Dleterf J Allen C Cowan J Van Dyke R Harrus M Medlock J Suvek and G Jacobs 198 , . . , . , . , . , . , . , . . . , . . , . , . . , . , . , . . , . , . , . . , . , , . , . , . , . , . , . , . . Junlor Hlgh A and B Football Teams 57550 Bottom row left to rnght Charles Rummel Ralph Bushell Buddy Kraluk Curtxs Smuth Marlo Hernandez Wayland Simmons Jummy Rotan and Joe Palyfreyman Mlddle row left to rtght S Jimmy Frasner Jnmmy Phnllnps Adolph Delgado Joe Walker Wayne Frellmg Stanfo b Hal Fnesler Kenneth Saathoff Harvey Turner Davnd Murray and Gerald Vnllarrea Top row left to right Coach Greer Burt Dubose Eddte Van Dyke Jeff Fredruck Edward Harvey Davnd Aylesworth Claude Fest Davud Avery Ronnue Ruvas Lonme Pence and Gary Durst 3wJ?'."'r.u: 1 Bottom row, left to right' Bull Farrar, Rodney Alexander, Craug Talley, Kenny Watson, Ronald Bard, Carl Evans, Dee Keller, Henry Weir, Pat Johnson, Jummy Singleton, and Ronald Gardner Middle row, left to right Joe Granada, Dennns Muller, Samuel Denton Bull Darlmg, Ervung Weg ner, Johnny Mason, Dale Slaughter, Dermat Batev, Marvnn Justuce, Wull Park, Rnchard Jones, and Nash Thompson Top row, left to right Gene S hwunae, Dale Gabruel, Alan Shelton, Johnny Stark, Alex Cortese, Bully Boyers, Ray Kellogg, Walter Shockey, Bryan Mangum, James Warren, Pedro Domungus, and Henry Vlllarreal Coach Greer . . 1, 3j,.:,v3,t,' ,rl V. .- . 1 A , 1 A V 'Y YQ p ,V . - ,M W , ' ,- v fb inf f H 1 . A :j ff,-, ., . , A ' .11 f y K - ' I K, . X 7 2 ' ' .- f- . V, . , , TT 1- 1 T? - . . . . . 1 ' 1 1 1 1 . . . . 1 1 1 - - 1 a a n 1 1 1 I I -I-1 1 1 1 1 1 S 1 1 1 1 1 - , . . . , ' I I I I I I I I I I s ... . , W:-,,... ..,, ,.,,. ,.,,,,,.,.e.s Varsity Basketball Front row, left to right: Don Freiling, Wayne Aaron, Rudy Davalos Domingo Ruiz and Charles Sarran 2nd Jim Dick Kuehne, Managerg Fred Bonam, Bill Hamrick, David Harris BlUy Mclaughlm and Mr Paul McCarley Coach Paul McCarley's team opened the 1954 55 Basketball season against strong opposition. The Bears won 9 and lost 7 distract games and won 14 and lost 14 in season play. Edison finished in fourth place Edison's inability to hit the basket when at counted was one factor that kept the Bears out of leadership contention 200 Edlson Edlson Edison Ednson Ednson Edison Edxson Ecllson Edison Edlson Eduson Edison Edison Edison Ednson Ednson Vncforua Burbank Harlandale New Braunfels Kerrvnlle Segum Alamo Heughts Lamer Burbank Harlandale Vucforla New Braunfels Kerrvnlle Segum Alamo Heaghts Lamer Davud Harris, the only sensor member of the varsny basketball squad, was the hugh pomt man for the Bears thus season as he dropped 243 pomts In 'I4 games for an average of 17 5 pOI nts pel' QGITWS 201 Mr Paul McCarley Coach David Harris ' 48 ' ' 84 ' 62 45 ' 67 57 ' ' 5o 40 ' 78 ' 56 ' 71 - 49 ' 40 ' 67 5 f 4 ' 73 - 68 5 3 ' 48 42 'B ' 46 62 - ' 53 - ' sm ' as 49 ' 72 - 66 ' 78 ' 45 ' 56 ' 62 ' 66 ' 48 Y gg, X 1, nv fx? . .- .353 n . Q Q. Af I! " as I 5 5 X K' W , :S H ,H 'Ni , , J if .3 wif' if f ver U si 3' .vm- ' .T . ww, . -, v f ,pf ,ga Edison Edison Edison Edison Edison Edison Edison Edison Ed :son Ed :son Edison Edison Edison Edison B Team Basketball Alamo Heights Jefferson Harlandole Edgewood South San Antonio Alomo Heights Jefferson Central Tech Brackenrndge Alamo Heights Jefferson Central Tech First row left to right Jerry Campbell Johnny Veltman Jimmy Postell Kenneth Saathoff Adolph Delgado Jimmy Hamell and Jimmie McGown 2nd row left to right George Moore Dale Brant Bull Johnson Vernon Enderlm Jeff Frednck Jimmy Allan and Mr Burgess Coach 2 2 D Junior High A and B Basketball Teams ' ... .,,A 1,,,. , . B h Il c real E van Dyke-Sly and D Flrst row left to right D Avery G Durst R us e d M G r Coach R R R Domnngus J Phullnps J Fraser H Fueselor on r ree Murray 2nd row :vos h D Keller A Aaron D Richards and Flrst row left to rlght N Thompson J Dalton D Sloug ter S k W Shocke G Schwmge D Gabruel J Grcnoto J Kent ond Mr K Bctey 2nd row J tor y Greer Coach 207 . . b , . . , . , . , . , . , , . . : . , . ,. , . , . , . , - r - r Q, ' 1 , . . , . , . , . , . , . , . . . . , . , . , . , . , , , . , . Track Team Farsi row lefi fo rlghf J Veltman H Dletert G Schareln F Duecker B Brown D Hams J Kuehne J Van Dyke L Becker J Allen and C Cowan 2nd row Mr Forren Coach S Hopkms L Fnfz B Muller V Enderlm J Stamps E Lindsey H Zxegler C Sarran D Klstner and W Prohvnak Manager Mr Weldon Forren Charles Sarran runs the 880 Dash Coach 20 1 ,W L Q1 f .- . . . . . , .. ,. ,. , . , . , . , ,. ,. ,. , . . : . , 7. . ,. ,. ,. ,. , . , . , . , , . K, I if y. . U .,. h ','Tf'-f 0 - ' A - I . I , VI. I I1 1. I-s , l'1 It The 440 yard sprint relay team consists of Douglas Kistner Johnny Veltman Gus Schareln and Freddie Duecker The mile relay team consists of Jared Stamps Vernon Enderlln Joe Van Dyke and Leroy Becker 209 1 , l . r Q Preparing forthe high hurdles are Bruce Miller, David Harris, and Jim Dick Kuehne. I x- . 1 It t Ll I 2 K 1, Boys' Tennis Team Schedule March 8 Edison March 10 Edison March 22 Edison March 24 Edison March 29 Edison uundyu Burgess March 31 Edison C00Cl'l April 5 Edison April 7 Edison April 11-12- Edison 13-'l4 Burbank Brackenridge T. M. I. Jefferson Alamo Heights South San Antonio Harlandale Sam Houston District Tournament 15AA Anticipating a hard schedule ahead, the boys' tennis team devotes their afternoons to stren- uous work and pleasure while each boy excels in his own outstanding sportsmanship. left to right: L. Benton, W. L. Dunbar, L. Franklin, Mr. Burgess, B. Wilson, R. Erlich, and J. Denning. 210 Girls' Tennis Team Schedule March 10 Edison Brackenridge March 24 Edison Jefferson March 29 Edison Alamo Heights March 31 Edison South San Antonio April 5 Edison Harlandale April 7 Edison Sam Houston Miss Helen Wyatt April 11-12- District Tournament Coach 13-14 Sunburn sore muscles and other aches resulted from the first activities of the tennis play ers In the sprung of the year The girls worked hard on strokes and training rules which were beneficial at various tournaments and matches Left to nght J Stringer E Smuth B Bromley D Butler J Mollgaard G Boerner J Brashears B Noll and M Word 211 1 I . . . . . . . . s . , . , . I , . , . , . , . , . - is Adverhsmg B,,-.Q-f xv X S oo xx fs i K -K' YCSZBQ W1 2 Thus 'ob of selling ods was gram l worked from down full dork I fmolly sold enough of them, To publush thus yec1r's SPARK 'I2 f fx KV ' 5, '- 5- Q ul.. ul., , K vj w gl 2 Lf? lv x 'V , ' I' I . l , 6 I. f Q 7 ,I x f ,fQgQ' ' - ' 'lil' X W wa ' ml 42? A ,N l XX l W i ll l ' F W l lb, Vllllll l XX -i 'ifiri , 4 , K, , - J xx A X X ,, h f ,, 0 V, 0 Q . gl A X . X3 K J s-:fr Mir! jd , Q ' ' Nomdg, 4a -ara' -, ,vb ,,...- L... ,,- 4-1. Representatives from the Bear Tracks Staff and the Spark Staff vuslted many of San Antomos prominent busunessmen Pnctured, left to right, are Mr L A Pitts, James Jones, and Janice Power. Flrm Alamo Battery Company Alamo Funeral Home Alamo Natlonal Bank Alan Sparger Inc Alex Goerges Allen Transfer and Storage Art Beauty Salon Bauns Varnety Store Baptest Memornal Hosputal Bender Raduo and TV Servnce Bexar County Natnonal Bank Brannen s Bruckstone Products Bruce Parker Insurance Bruners Inc Buddles Druve In Buchanan s Servnce Statcon Cnty laundry and Cleaners Coca Cola Bottlmg Company Cravy Ice Cream Croft Trallers Dell Vnllage Shoe Store Denmson s Furmture Dobbins Metal Products Draughons Busmess College Dr Pepper Bottlmg Company Durham s Busmess College Edgar Von Scheele Edlson Vullage Jewelry Ehlers Upholstery Empnre Furmture Company Ella s Beauty Shop Fox Alngnment Company Frost Brothers Garza Mexlcan Foods Company Glllespue Motors Grants Cleaners Groos Natnonal Bank Guarantee Shoe Store Hall s Humble Servlce Statlon Handy Andy Hlcks Rubber Company Hugh School Mus1c Hull s Insurance Servuce Holstun s Country Store Irvmg s Ladues Wear Jaffe 8. Martun Jefferson State Bank Joskes of Texas Juvennle Manufacturmg Inc Kayser T V Kung s Ice Statlon Klnman Constructuon Kn Kat Club Kleck Plumblng and Heatmg Knowlton s Kress S H 81 Co ADVERTISING INDEX Page 240 6 O 24 7 4 26 20 2 7 240 4 24 2 5 22 5 29 46 2 29 27 27 2 7 240 26 226 44 2 2 2 5 229 24 2 9 29 2 7 47 4 4 226 214 Firm l.ev1t Jewelry Los Angeles Henghts Shoe Shop Maddox Mattress Mann Avenue Food Store Mammy s Cafeterla Master Laundry and Cleaners McKesson and Robbms Mnlam Creamery Northslde Bulldlng Materlals Northsnde Ice Statuon North St Marys Skatlng Rlnk N W B Foundatnon Nlght Hawk Oak Hull Drug Store Olmos Grocery and Market Parkers Pharmacy Partam s Pharmacy Paul E Taylor Servlce Statlon W99h'VW99h' Pltts Barbers Pltts L A Potchermck s Randolph Fneld Transportatuon Redford Transfer Roy Akers Royal Crown Bottlmg Company Ruby Lee s Beauty Shop Saathoff Refr1gerat1on Saenger Brothers San Antomo Fence Company Sears and Roebuck Shaw s Flowers Shep s Food Market Sol Frank Southern Engravmg Southern Homes Sugarman Umforms Sweet Spot Tau Shan Restaurant Tandy Leather Texas Realty Co Thenss Hardware Thorton Furmture Tnp Top Cafe Trmlty Un1vers1ty Uncle Ed s Barber Shop V1lla Courts West Avenue Cleaners West Avenue Hardware West Avenue Pet Food Wolff and Marx Wraghts Sportmg Goods Zlpp s Pharmacy Pag I 7 24 4 47 5 2 2 4 2 27 4 7 6 7 2 9 1 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ' .................. .........23 ..........,..........22 ' ..............24- ' ..................... 22 , . ........................ 238 ...-------.----- .-------- 23 ........,................... 3 - ...................23- -----------------21 ' ' .......................24- .........................226 ....'....s's-.'23, " ' ...................... 22 ' .................... 23 ' ' ' -------..-.------- 3 ' .......................,. 23' ' ' ............... 3 ' ................ 231 ' ' ' ' ................ 227 ' ....................,.......... 2 - - ,,,,,,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, 22 ' ....................... 231 Q , . . 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Z ..... - ....................... 231 ...............,.... 22: a ' u .....,..............,.... 241 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 23 u .......,.............. 23 .....,............,. 237 ..........................,..2 .........................2I8 ' ' ................ 2 3 ' ' ' ................... 22 ' ....................,......... 23 , . . . ........................ ' ' ..,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 2 19 Shopping at Sears ROEBUCK AND CO. SEARS 1 o K e 00 Q, ov Xxx X vb Sol 1,5 X0 09 oo QX X86 XXOQ 0 o liolox '30 4, save Theres always free parkmg on Seirs storeslde lots You cm buv wh It you need on Sears Revolvlng Charge Plan Sears Easv Payment Plfm Se lrs C'l'CCllt Purch use Con pon Books Sears Layawav Plan F H A Plan or cash Romana Plaza store Soledad at Romana Plaza CA 3 431 'I Southside ore Pleasanton Rd at Loop I3 WA 3 3466 215 MXN We Blxe 0 K O of dx 1 6 Q NH . V-' . lc, , 6 SO of 5 'x u . srl -H X33 More and more students as well as their parents are learning to "shop at Sears and PARKER S PHARMACY Your Los Angeles Heights Drug Store Corner Olmos 8. West Avenue PErshlng 3 8131 216 ifjdwv Allen Transfer 8 Storage Co 5l9 West Cypress MOVING 'E a0 ,.,CC 1 ts! lf 1 N010 GD Exclusive Agent nifed VAN LINES INC 217 Combing all the ad- vantages of a great metropolitan store with all the conven- ience of suburban parking. Congratulatxons to the Seniors of 55 WULFF 8: MARX OMP San Antonio Quality Store COMPLIMENTS OF SOL FRANK COMPANY AMERICAS FINEST BAND 6, PEP SQUAD UNIFORMS ZIPP'S PHARMACY if Allena Vlllclge PE 55233 TAI SHAN RESTAURANT 2611 Brocxdwcry San Antomo The Souths Fmest Chmese-Amenccm Restaurant where fme food reaches celestzal he1ghts EDGAR VON SCHEELE AND CO LUNIBER PAINT HARDXVARE Remodellng md Repalrlng 7013 W est Ax enue PE 76469 PE 39746 219 I N O I V A " 1 L A I 2 i . . - Financing - iiSii4C4"444C'CCi44 ii To W' Make thus bank y-Q31 bank 440475- N NATIONAl. BANK Snug!! 7.u9fu:q Z.-waxy For over Sony Years One ol Texas Great Banks ! if Qx MIM!!! IIDIIAI. DIFOSIY INSUIA Cl COIPOIAHON 35555555555555555555 55 YW fi ll Compliments PITTS BARBERS 'I02 Donaldson Ave SAN ANTONIO TEXAS 'f",,-4 220 W 4r' v' v'f ' W up v 4 HH HH u s s N W A "N W . W 'Ms W., U g b 'W M' ' V K N M W 1 A 'W mr A ' 'Mm WW 'W ' mr 'Um -I WM 'W E5 - mf 1s s ' W 'tw .3 mf . ss s E W 'mf U, mv xx N z Mm l. X s x . g W " 'W E W s ' x sm, W W s ' x N mx W .W k tr -,W 44 'W A L ' ' r r M 4 ' -+M N NNN, ' W HH 'I 1 A . :lf i ' l in s NV K CRAVY ICE CREAM 9... Insist on iv BRODERICK GYM ATTIRE omp wwnfd 0 iv CHARMOLL ATHLETIC IACKETS -k DAVAL GYM CLOTHING Y-520426 All Sold m san Antomo 'S Rm' P0-IFCHERNICS INC 1- 221 ,E , hc X " ' ' . . 1 . ., v C f 'A' 'k 'k by G . ' 33 6 G T mm-WW 'A ag , 'A L '1' 5 1 V nk A wh I , V 19 4 -......, nik uddle s for the 83 FS The Best Hamburgers Jn Texas 3431 Fredsbg PE 2 0290 Congratulations Seniors 55 I Elsenhauer Jewelry 1219 West Ave PE 47311 F C H pit dM d HILIJS INSURANCE SERVICE GENERAL UNDERWRITERS 'I' 1 phon Henry W. Hill CA 4.1141 wus! Rel. PE 6-3014 433-434 Bodoll Build' q D 09 0 2 COINIPLIINIENTS OF 839 W Basse Road PE-44279 N. W. B. FOUNDATION CO. BRUNERS INC Your Nelghborhood Department Store 2126 Frederucksburg Road STORE NO 2 2701 South Presa Street STORE NO 3 1605 Nogalltos Street STORE NO 4 805 So West Mllntary Dnve Telephone CA 5 2601 6060 60111 Kvffhug Erfmpalfy CARL SZAFRANSKI Sales Representative SAN ANTONIO TEXAS 223 l Q 'A' i' I o STORE NO. 1 and General Offices: . I. IIIGII SCIIOUL MUSIC SERVICE 417 N Alamo SAN ANTONIO TEXAS Mcrrtrn Reynolds Blessing lndrana Band Instruments Buffet Penzel Mueller Cartier Clarmets Armstrong Roth and Bettoney Flutes and Prccolos Complete Lne of Accessor es For All Band Instruments LLOYD REITZ Owner RAIN S VARIETY STORE HARDWARE AND PAINTS School Supphes Toys Notlons Dry Goods Vc1r1et1es GIIIS PE 20213 CORNER WEST AVENUE AND OLMOS 224 Slingerlcmd Drums cmd Tymponi 9 I I . I I I A Corload of DRIVER RESPONSIBILITY! Take lt from L A PITTS 8- CO INSURANCE IS CI GOOD POLICY I830 W Olmos Drlve PE 5 5661 ,fx 'I The best place to buy U say students of Edison Hugh B HANDY ANDY SUPERNIARKETS R Ck tH dyAd 216Fed kb kj e ll u Q If ' ' . 2 If . - I . ' . IS 1 , AED I Left to right: Dorothy Rainey, Store Manager: Ierry Spengler: Norma Carva- jal, and Arnold o er, shopping a an - n y No. 7, 7 r eric s urg oad. 5 22 CQMPLIMENTS or - 'VF'- 3426 Fred ruc s urg Road 1206 VVEST AVENUE flfifheneues Rfgiggggt e evlslon PE 4 4732 SWIMMING POOL COMPLIMENTS GILLESPIE MOTOR CO. SHEP'S FOOD STORE 321 BROADWAY AND 4TH CA 7 1411 FW' D"""'Y Chow' Mem v W I SALES 9419715 SERV Ct sos West Avenue Phone PE 3 7921 SAN ANTONIO NURSERY 6Fd Tl PE38 57 COMPLIMENTS OF ALAMO FUNERAL HOME' CA 65357 Lelon Cude Guy Cude Bur1c11 Insurance COMPLIMENTS 5 I0 25c STORE ART BEAUTY SALON I TANDY LEATHER COMPANY I LEATHER 81 LEATHER CRAFT SUPPLIES 309 W M 8221 V' ' O S I Y cl 356 ' k b g . - 'I I S. H. KRESS 8: CO. Q ERE BEAUTY IS AN ART" Mike Jacobs, O 3131 Mecuuo ' C' et 226 Northside Building Hlatenals C0 MON VILLAGE www t h 1 Id ALL 1836 O1 W t PE 4 3641 COMPLIMENTS OF IAFFE 6: MARTIN NORTHSIDE ICE STATION 3342 Frederlcksb ontractors and Developers W9 RW 4000 Block otB1anco Road TEXAS REALTY CO Realtors OR A y 4Fd Of PE6 3184 R PE2 9 69 INSURANCE PLUS A DIVIDEND GENERAL BROKERAGE W R I G H T S Sport1ng Goods 227 North Mcun Avenue CA 5 2833 COMPLIMENTS OF SHAW S FLOWERS Mrs. Gertrude Willmann 711 West Ave. PE 6 3624 BRANNEN S Sales Tools cmd Machinery Rental 1910 San Pedro Ave. EHLER S UPHOLSTERY C pl: f THE SWEET SPOT 906 W Hnld b d 2506 West Ave PE 3 0512 PE6 3?5,l 5. I u I , Iewelry and Wa c es to Sell "A Comp ete Bui ing Service" work guaranteed T Quick Ser 1 3400 Pfedencksbmg Rd. PE 3-9117 mos Drive es ' W. . ussell Insurance gene: I 351 re ericksburg Road S A ' 2 T f' - . - 4 2' I R I E I I I I I I I ont 'ments o est ' e 227 Olmos Grocery and Market 1824W Olmos g W Free Delivery PE 5 6119 COMPLIMENTS OF WEST AVENUE CLEANERS 0rPepper m W M Q 0,430,001 ff DR PEPPER BOTTLING C0 o E H CA 5 2721 f 1954 SOUTHERN ENGRAVING CO C C JW - E Q es venue . ' 1 A , ' 1 A , , xy ...ff -A , , ' 5 0 319 . ouston - - y Y V Y Y i - - best wishes to the senior class o from your official engrav I class ring C mmencem nt invutat' ' , engraved cards l 817 e. houston st. 1 i t 228 om 'ments o frwng 3' Wamm lv Wear 313 Alamo azc CA-5-7351 P S'e yy rs, COMPLIMENTS OF HICKS RUBBER COMPANY SAN ANTONIO TEXAS IEFFERSON STATE BANK 1904 FREDERICKSBURG ROAD N94 -'SEQ Q ember gf'-QQ 'ya OKQQQSQQQQA '91-L,xca4?'1'lFDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORP agua? C pl: f PI .f,'l'If... "" 1 1603 W. Commerce I SY , gif bt 229 EQMPBLHVHENTS or A FRIEND Uncle Ed s BARBER SHOP 1221 West Ave PE 2 0490 WEST AVENUE HARDWARE 0 SAN NTONIO TEXAS Comp11rnents of LGV11 Iewelry 107 General Krueger In Allena V11lage Expert Watch and Iewelry Repalr Compliments of THE JUVENILE MFG. BENDER Te1ev1s1on Sales ci SGIVICG Te1ev1s1on and Racho Repalr A11 Work Guaranteed PErshing 4-8829 C O . I IN C. 1910 N. Zarzamora St. San Antonio, Texas San Antonio, Texas 2 ' 4 ,. x -f . l ' 3 L nv' ' , A V XP' , f' . I 1 .13 Q" f 4 9, 1 I,-1, vx ,7 h .H7 r' V " I , , -ff I N . - 2 2 West Avenue W . . . Y Syywiyai GRADUATES K KAYSER TV BRICKSTONE PRODUCTS CORPORATION 817 Gunter Bullcllng CA6 2632 MODERNIZE YOUR HOME WITH CUSTOM BUILT BRICK OR STONE VENEER NORTH ST MARYS Skcrtmg Rmk 1616N St MarysSt CA6 4516 Speedwrmng and Shorthand COMPLETE BUSINESS COURSES DURHAM Qiwmigwfu 105 San Pedro CA 73146 I a 29 Q' 1 ' , I I I" Q' 'mn' ., 5 I 1 ', 7 9" I V 1" F .lr it :" 0 ' r . ML I ' op, "iw A I 'A 'K I lv- . y co 2 egg! LATIONS TO I ' I V 1 we REPAIR ALL MAKES OF mevnsnows a. nAmos I I 231 DELL VILLAGE SHOE STORE Shoes for ALL the FAMILY 2105 Vance Jackson Rd. PE-2-4551 .Af - - zz:--A4141 .J ! 'i F I r., kxig SAATHOFF REFRIGERATION Sales and Service Air Conditioning - Refrigeration Appliances 834 Hilderbrcnd PE 4-5574 1 4 H A L L ' S Humble Service Station San Pedro cmd Fresno . , 1' N .Q R-, , 5 0 :-'.- :-.Z." -f X .. ' .. f - 1 u 1' 1 I n,'v 1 -' V, 22 GRANTS CLEANING "Check With Care Then Compare" 1659 W. Hollywood PE-56896 l. 1. . fl A Comphments of GUARANTEE SHOE CO The Style Shop of the South 7 Conven1ent Locahons 117 Alamo Plaza Alamo Hexghts Allena Vlllage Bxlly M1tche1l V111 Iefferson V111age McCre1ess Center Woodlawn Center FDX E9 rf' X 'Y ALIGNMENT SERVICE CD ASK OUR CUSTOMERS 1034 N ALAMO AT JONES, AVE SAN IO TEXAS 233 , l A 1 E 1 , E SPRING ALIGNING SPACERS if v f . A A .7 . I 1 m gm? OAK HlllS DRUG STORE 2720 Fredencksburg Road Prescnptzon Speczalzsts Complete Lme of Drugs and C osmetzcs PE 5 5223 Free Delnvery AlEX GOERGES Pcuntlng and Decorating Interior Exterior GH AWK There s Nothmq Accxdentcl About Quality P1eaS"'9 You Pleases Us 2030 N Mum Avenue PE 3 0941 ATTENTION! Bonded and Insured For Your Protection C- L 1ty crundry 6: Cleaners 1014 Alqmgfgg PE 4.1045 T03 FREDERICKSBURG ROAD CA62311 ',A71"U1r , I rr . ' W, ,4nw'jj,4' ,---'L -TQ r I f 0 0 . 0 Q 234 MAIN FOOD STORE g th dtS ,Hp sronnce COMPLIMENTS CRUI' T TRAILER C0 3 N h CA 7 5187 CA7 5187 RENTALS SALES REPAIRS Best Wzshes De Wese's Tip Top Cafe 2814 Frederucksburg Road FOR ALL YOUR SPECIAL CHARTER BUS TRIPS C A L L RANDULPH FIELD TRANSPURTATIUN C0 CA 6 1251 201 N. Alamo Safe Comfortable Fully Insured I Con ratulations ot e G . q . I 1 . I I ' elllh A I 1818 Mem Avenue 1, PE 6-3181 Q AT Qywy' ' K. ll V 1 I Q of 142 ort Flores O I O 5 L4 ., 51 ...I W,X I DENISON FURNITURE 8. APPLIANCES Best of Luck to the Seniors 2315 West Ave. PE 2-1940 Where do Y O U go from here? Enroll now as a Student Nurse at the . . . Baptist Memorial Hospital School of Nursing 'III Dallas CA 3-4581 I THE MASTER Laundries - Cleaners "It pleases us to please you" 2225 Blanco Rd. - PE 6-330I 2325 Vance Jackson Rd. - PE 6-0295 Thornton Furmture Co. 810 West Ave. PE 3-8905 Home Furnishings 8- Unpainted Furniture f ,gli I fy sf . f V I, .got Q I , .qw by ,Zyl U J iff? I I VI 'fl Q 'Vi v V 's 'T 2 ' u Jyv ' . 1 lj! p V. QVL, V, N ,fy W I if -I 1' V," vt U 236 KINMAN CONSTRUCTION CO Box 5133 Beacon HIII Sa PE 4 2276 1903 Cclpufol Avenue EMPIRE FURNITURE CO 3107 Fredericksburg Rd PE 3 7129 WEST AVENUE PET FOOD COMPLETE LINE OF DOG CAT 8- BIRD SUPPLIES 8- ACCESSORIES 102 WEST AVENUE PE 2 0396 MADDOX MATTRESS C 4109 Frederncksburg Rd PE 5 5211 When health ns un the balance There can be no compromnse wnth qualnty Compluments of McKESSON 8. ROBBINS, Inc San Antomo Texas Manufacturers of Bexel Vlfamms 7 COMPLIMENTS OF MAN SPAIlIiEH,INc SAN ANTONIO FENCE C0 2418 Basse Road PEB 3178 Free Estlmates No Down Payment 36 Months To Pay Rusty Frelllng Mgr PAUL E TAYLOR CONOC0 SERVICE I ' X ' - ' ya , W Pick Up And Delivery : N 1 Wcshing-Polishing-Lubrication N- ' T'r -B 11 ' -A ' 238 METAL SPECIALTIES, PRECISION MACHINE WORK DOBBINS METAL PRODUCTS 1207 FULTON Ave PE 4 5771 J A Dobbms San Antomol Texas CONGRATULATIONS EDISON SENIORS fi lin Mu Welcome to The Skylme Campus of TRINITY UNIVERSITY ty two mayor helds of study For catalogue wnte D1rector of Adm1ss1ons Tnruty Umversny 715 Stadxum Dnve San Antomo Texas PE 5 5251 AMERICAS MOST MODERN UNIVERSITY MIIAM CREANIERY 9 f , f I, A Kwb , GET ' sv" Co-educo:tIonaI . . . Fully accredited . . . 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