Thomas A Edison High School - Spark Yearbook (San Antonio, TX)
- Class of 1956
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ful in quolity, the '56 Spork's ,,.f ,
cover begins your scrapbook of memories.
As you poss through the pages of this yeor, be n
mind that ihis is your book, your cover, the reflecti of your hard
work ond enioyment - only you were oble to pub h this yearbook
produced Ag frce .safuclenh of
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THERE IS A MEMORY
Sensor Student Councsl
Junsor Student Councsl
Sensor Natsonal Honor Socsety
Junsor Natsonal Honor Socsety
Qusll ond Scroll
Honey Bear Booster C ub
Bear Tracks Representatsves
Bear Tracks Staff
Junsor Jaycee ettes
Future Teachers Assocsatson
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Mechanlcal Drawung Club
Audlo Visual Club
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Glrls Glee Club
U S Hlstory Club
Vocational Auto Club
Valednctoruans and Salutatoruans
Black and Gold Prom
Parent Teachers Assocsatlon
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lngenuity goes into the senior pin-ups,
but Mary Schreiber and Jeanette Owings
also sell ads.
34, 5',,.,,t Staff
Compiling a yearbook that the students enjoy is a
business in itself. Staff members must be capable of
leading as well as following, must be efficient in busi-
ness management, and must be able to write informa-
tive as well as colorful stories, most of all, they must
be able to meet and deal with the public.
However, an efficient staff cannot produce a suc-
cessful yearbook alone. They must have the cooperation
of students and faculty.
We hope that this yearbook will be representative
of your year at Edison, and that the memories of this
year will be vividly recalled by the stories and pictures
on the pages which follow.
ables Bill Hamrick to cap-
ture the highlights of the
sports activities more than
Being a player himself en-
qf ever this year.
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' I Senior High subscriptions are efficiently handled by Carolyn Rylander.
U WWI. I Layouts on the advertising section are in the capable hands of Lucy
Don FVe'l'n9 and -le""Y ' 'cms' 'n' Williams, advertising manager, and Barbara Wyres, sales manager.
valuable staff members in charge of
sports layouts and copy.
Co-Editor . . . . . Genevieve Boerner n
Co-Editor ......... . . Janice Brashears e
Business Manager .... .... D orothy Rainey
Advertising Manager .............. Lucy Williams 9
Sales Manager ................ Barbara Jo Wyres V
Senior High Subscription Manager . Carolyn Rylander 9
Junior High Subscription Manager ..... Kathy Brown
Sports ...................... . . . Bill Hamrick 5
Don Freiling e
Jerry Williams I,
Class Editor . .. .. . Alan Ludvigsen n
Club Editor ..... . . . Janice Power e
Activities Editor . . ...... Patti Stroud "
Assistant Editor ....... . . . Janice Stringer C
. . . . Richard Finch
. . . Mary Schreiber .
Jeanette Owings E
Advertising Representatives . .
Shirlee Steele d
Edward Lindsay 5
Sponsor . . . . . Mrs. Mary K. Nusom t
Lines and more lines are be- A ,
tore the eyes of Alan Ludvig- l
sen. As Class Editor, Alan
is responsible for the com-
position ot class layouts.
Closely related jobs are those of Patti Stroud, activities, and Janice
Power, clubs. These members are ably assisted this year by Janice
Stringer, assistant activities editor.
Kathy Brown, Junior High Subscription
Manager, assisted by Shirlee Steele,
seated, work steadily through the year.
As business m a n a g e r, Dorothy
Rainey is responsible for finances.
Dea r Students
As the theme for the 1956 Spark we have chosen the man tor whom
our school was named Thomas Alva Edison
An exceptlonal cntrzen Ednson was continuously searching for new
and better ways wuth whnch to nmprove has country and has world Because
of hrs great foresught Ednson was responsuble for some of our most lmportant
As we revnew our year spent at Eduson through the pages of thus book
let us consider for a moment the man who made possnble some of our
comforts and convemences and who was responsible for advancement In so
many scuentutnc flelds of research
Thanks to thus great Amerncan we can be proud that we were once a
part of Ednson Hugh School
inventionsp and practically all of them are of maior use to us today.
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Words are hard to fund as we try to express our thanks and
admuratuon to a beloved person our mother of Thomas Eduson Hugh
Mrs Mary Kate Muchot Many have been fortunate enough to know the
fruendluness and love that has surrounded her durung the past twenty years
at Eduson Hugh School
Molly as many of us know her sponsored the furst Spark
staff as well as the furst newspaper Bear Tracks Mrs Muchot also
took the responsubuluty of sponsorung a contest to select a name for the
school yearbook The Spark has remauned wuth us through the years and
uts meanung us truly un relatuon wuth our Eduson the spark of the tncandescent
lamp She was on the commuttee un charge of desugnung the senuor class
rung as well as sponsorung the furst student councul As head of the socual
studues department she taught cuvucs and Texas hustory and furst sponsored
the UNY an organuzatuon formed to further unterest un the work of the Unuted
Natuons Several years ago a group of young cuvuc munded people were
organuzed to be called the Junuor Jaycees and Junuor Jaycee ettes
sponsored by Mrs Muchot
Havung receuved her Bachelor of Arts degree at Geneva College
Beaver Falls Pennsylvanua she taught un Vuctorua and Port Lavaca before
comung to Eduson Because of her great unterest un the world as well as a keen
unsught unto culture Mrs Muchot has been able to unstull adequate background
of past cuvuluzatuons
In gratutude and all that our hearts can express we deducate thus T956
Spark to a person who has taught us to work to luve ruch un happuness
and to grow strong un fauth
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and study halls.
. . . of home games,
half-time s h o w s,
and cheering Edi-
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. . . of carnival shows, senior
plays, Easter, Christmas,
and Thanksgiving assem-
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. . . of sweetheorts, friends, and
experiences to remember for-
ever, for they will never come
When Edison first
ttlng 0 ered o
0 y x 9 o d sc er I t
I oteou Thus vwos onc ot the
clustrsol ptoneerrng ever perform
con hlstory The nncondescent
pronounced ready on Mondoy
underhes rodro broodcosttng
sound plctures televnsuon the
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Fnnonces ploy cz mclor role an the lnfe of o school
distract Superuntendent of Son Antonio Independent School
District Mr Thomos B Portwood and the President of the
school dnstruct Mr E W Robinson discuss the 1955 56
Future plons for school buuldnng Improvements ond
oddttnons ore revuewed by Mr Oscar E Muller Assustont
Superintendent of the Son Antonuo Independent School
Dustrrct ond Mr L W Fox Dnrector of Vocotnoncl
Educotuon csncl lndustraol Arts
Mr. Frances O. QLindyD Burgess,
Counselor, assists student in ac-
quiring a permanent record for
Mrs. Sara Greer, treasurer, effi-
ciently handles thousands of dol-
lars yearly for school organiza-
tions and functions.
Mrs. Dora Davis, competent
secretary at Edison, be-
came a member of the of-
fice force in the fall of
the 1955-56 season.
Mrs. Jake Wilson, attendance
clerk, accounts for Edison en-
rollment and daily attendance.
Bauman, Philip-BS, M Ed.,
St. Mary's University,
San Antonio, Texas.
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Baile , Carrie Lou-BS, A8.I,
Austin, Gladys-BA, S.M.U.,
Briner, Eleanor-BS, Trinity University,
San Antonio, Texas.
Boyce, Margaret-BL, BA, MA,
SWTSTC, San Marcos, Texas.
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Cameron, Mary-BA, University of Texas,
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Camp, Anne-BS, M Ed, TSCW,
Denton, Texas, Trinity
University, San Antonio,
Carey, Alma-BA, MA,
St. Mary's University,
San Antonio, Texas, University
of Texas, Austin, Texas.
Cobb, Mary Louise-BA, MA,
Hardin Simmons, Abilene,
Texas, Trinity University,
San Antonio, Texas.
Cortez, Arlene l..-BA, Trinity
University, San Antonio,
MA, NTSC, Denton, Texas, .
ETSC, Commerce, Texas.
San Antonio, Texas.
Elliot, Lena Mae-MA,
MS, University of Texas,
Austin, Texas, St. Mary's
University, Lady of the
Lake, San Antonio, Texas.
Forehand, George-BS, MA,
Baylor University, Waco,
Texas, North Texas State,
Forren, Roy-BS, Baylor
University, Waco, Texas.
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SWTSTC, San Marcos,
Foster Rosalie BS MA
St. Mary's University, San
Graham, Marie-BA, MA, TSCW, L
Denton, Texas, swTsTc, son Q
wyyzi' Greer, Marvin-fBS, M Ed, '
Trinity University, San Q,
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HUBERTUS, Arfllur-BS, 5
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Jones, Margaret-BA, Texas
Tech, Lubbock, Texas.
Klaus, Dalton A.-BS,
San Antonio, Texas.
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Nusom, Mary K.-BS, Mary
Hardin Baylor, Belton,
University of Texas,
BSLS, SWTSTC, San Marcos
Texas, University of Illinois,
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, V SWTSTC, San Marcos,
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SZ" " I ' University of Texas,
if l Austin, Texas.
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Morris, Don-BS, Southern
Illinois University, Carbondale,
Illinois, Art Institute of Chicago,
Mahan, Roberta-BA, MA,
San Antonio, Texas.
Powell, Marion G.-BA, MA,
Trinity University, San
Reamer, Phyllis K.-BS,
MABS, University of Illinois,
Urbana, Illinois, Our lady of
the Lake, San Antonio, Texas.
CERTIFICATE IN MUSIC,
New York, New York.
Sayles, Elizabeth-BA, MA,
University of Texas, Austin,
Texas, Trinity University,
San Antonio, Texas.
Scott, Alleen-BA, MA, Incarnate
Word College, San Antonio,
Texas, SWTSTC, San Marcos,
BS, Trinity University,
San Antonio, Texas.
Shannon, Patrick-BS, MA,
SWTSTC, San Marcos, Texas.
Spicer, Mary J.-BS,
Incarnate Word College,
San Antonio, Texas.
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Tigrett, Jack M.-VOCATIONAL
ELECTRONICS, TRADE QUALIFICATIONS.
Vielock, Mamie-BA, MA,
Our Lady of the Lake,
St. Mary's University,
San Antonio, Texas.
Fort Worth, Texas
White, Bill-BA, Trinity
University, San Antonio
Texas, SWTSTC, San Marcos,
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TSCW, Denton, Texas.
Daniel Baker College,
Wood, Robert-BS, M Ed,
St. Mary's University,
San Antonio, Texas.
University of New Mexico,
Albuquerque, New Mexico.
From Ednsons tm
portant works come
many unventnons whnclw
were lcter developed unto use
ful ond proctncol instruments One
of these wos the mnmeogroph mcxclwme
Todoy nts usefulness ns portrculorly em
ployed by school systems Educators cs well os
businessmen fund thot It provndes cz quuck eftncnent
means tor reproductoon of moternols
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au o 1956
A students last year nn hugh school as usually one ot has most memorable
Thus years class was kept busy wnth a host of actnvutnes The excntement began
wnth the arrnval of sensor rmgs un September and contunued throughout the year
until the Sensor Prom May 'I9 and the Sensor Plcnnc May 28 Followung
Commencement exercises May 31 the class was honored wnth a dance at the
Olmos Club by the P TA
It ns hard to believe that Edtson could have conceuved the vast practical
use that the mcandescent lnght would one day have However the steps he
took to make at useful to lndustry and everyday lute nndncate has foresnghtedness
Eduson clescrnbed the buuldnng of has fnrst electruc lnghtmg system as the
greatest adventure of my lute Today Edison s most practncal and most famous
unventuon nllummates not only homes all over the world but cnty streets and
modern hnghways ofthe twentueth century
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Senior class officers Laural Winston, Treasurerg Susan Shoemaker, Secretary,
Jimmie Quill, Presidentg and Clarke Straughan, Vice-President, admire today's
modern lighting system in lovely lamps that decorate homes everywhere.
Learning p a s s e s for wisdom
among those who want both.
Band, l, 2, 3, 4, Sec., 2, Pres., 3,
A, Student Council, l, 27 CSU, 2,
Spanish Club, Chaplain, 3, NHS,
3, 45 U. S. History Club, 4, Busi-
ness Club, 4. Baylor
Ball, Carol lee
A girl of mild manners and a
gentle heart. Sports Club, Report-
er lg Choral Club, l, 2, 3, Jr.
Jaycee-ettes, 3, 4, Y-Teens, 3, 4.
What a solace Christianity must
be to one who has an unf
doubted conviction of its truth.
Football, lp Student Council, 2,
3, 4, Vice-Pres. 3: Chaplain 4:
Jr. Jaycees, Vice-Pres., 3, NHS,
3, 4, Pres. 4. Howard Payne
Sunlight is like the breath of life
to the pomp of autumn. Pep Squad,
Mgr. 3, 4, Y-Teens, 3, 4, Jr. Jay-
cee-ettes, 3, A.
There is nothing more friendly than
a friend in need. Speech Club, lg
Y-Teens, 2, 3, U. S. History Club, 3g
Sports Club, 2, CSU, 3, Pep Squad,
3, 47 Business Club, 4, Jr. Jaycee-
ettes, 4, FTA, 4. University of Texas
Bernard, Jo Ann
Grace imitates modesty as po-
liteness imitates kindness. FTA,
l, 2, CSU, 2, Pep Squad, 2, 3,
4, Spanish Club, 3, 4. University
Bernhardl, Eleanor Lucille-"Ellen"
Stay as a charming word in a
friend's vocabulary. Speech Club, l,
Pep Squad, 2, 3, Y-Teens, 3, Jr.
Jaycee-ettes, 3, 4, Student Council,
4, Business Club, 4.
onam, Fred David-"Freddie"
l can make it, as plain as the
nose on my face. Basketball, I,
2, 3, 4, Spark Staff, l, 2, Speech
Club, l, 2, Student Council, l, 2,
CSU, l, Jr. Jaycees, 3, 4, Chap-
lain, 3, Pres., 4, NHS, 3, 4, Sr. E
Club, 3, 4, U. S. History Club, 4,
Bear Tracks Staff, 4. SAC
Bnothe, Dorothy Ann
Such a blue inner light from her eye-
lids outbroke, you looked at her
silence and fancied she spoke. Har-
landale High School, San Antonio, Jr.
Jaycee-ettes, 4, Yeleens, 4, University
Birkenmeyer, Jacqueline Kay-"Jackie"
She is the hydrogen derivatives.
Choral Club, l, Pep Squad, 2, 3, 4,
Y-Teens, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Jayceeeettes, 3,
4, Student Council, 3, 4, Business
Club, 3. University of Texas
Boerner, Genevieve Ellen-"Genny"
In ordinary business of life, industry
can do anything genius can do, and
very many things it cannot. Horne-
making, l, Band, l, 2, 3, Maiorette,
2, 3, CSU, 2, Spark Staff, 2, 3, 4,
Co-editor, 4, FTA, 2, 3, 4, NHS, 3, 4,
Quill and Scroll, 3, 4, Press Club,
Parl., 3, U. S. History Club, 3, Stu-
dent Council, 3, 4, Board Chairman,
Bichsel, Neva Jean
As is the body, so is the soul
of tender woman frail. Pep
Squad, 2, 3, Y-Teens, 2, 3, 4,
Sec., 3, Sgt. At Arms, 4, CSU, 2,
FTA, 3, 4, Jr. Jaycee-ettes, 3,
Spanish Club, 4, Student Council,
4, Band, Maiorette, 4. lncarnate
Blagg, Jo Carolyn
To educate the intelligence is to
enlarge the horizon of its desires
and wants. Pep Squad, 2, Span-
ish Club, 2, 3, Jr. Jaycee-ettes,
4, Y-Teens, 4, Business Club, 4.
Bolss, Jimmie Kendall
Wisdom and goodness are twin
born, one heart. Jr. Jaycees, 3,
4, Treas., 4.
Bothe. Richard August, Jr.-
Leisure is the best of all posses-
sions. Student Council, 1, An-
nual Staff, 2, Football, 3, Audio
Visual, 3, Jr. Jaycees, 3, 4.
The flower of youth never ap-
pears more beautiful than when
it bends toward the Sun of
Righteousness. Homemaking, l,
CSU, 2, Band, l, 2, 3, Sec., 2,
Maiorette, 3, Spark Staff, 2, 3, 4,
Co-editor, 4, Press Club, Pres.,
3: U. S. History Club, 3, NHS,
3, 4, Quill and Scroll, 3, 4, Stu'
dent Council, 3, 4, Historian, 4,
Bear Tracks Staff, 4. University
Cameron, Jennie Sue
Mind cannot follow it, nor words
express her infinite sweetness.
Y-Teens, 2, 3, 4: Vice-Pres-. 3:
Pres., 4, Pep Squad, 2, 3, 4: Lt..
4, Sports Club, 3, Jr. Jaycee-
ettes, 3, 4, Student Council, 4.
University of Texas
Braesicke, Jacqueline Fay Mary-"Jackie"
Give me the fair one, in country or
city, whose home and its duties are
dear to her heart. Pep Squad, 2, 3, 4,
Y-Teens, 2, 3, 4, Sports Club, 2, CSU,
2, Jr. Jaycee-ettes, 3, 4, Student Coun-
cil, 4. SAC
Calvert, Carole Annette
I am as able and fit as thou. U. S.
History Club, 3, Press Club, 3, Sec., 3,
NHS, 3, 4, Bear Tracks, 3, 4: Business
Mgr., 4, Pep Squad, 4, Y-Teens, 4:
Speech Club, 4, FTA, 4. University of
Boss, Andrew lee, Jr.-"Andy"
l'd rather laugh, a bright-haired boy,
than reign, a gray-beard king. Foot-
ball, 2, 3, 4, Captain, 4, Sr. E. Club,
3, 4, Sgt. At Arms, 4, VIC, 4. Texas
Campbell, Harriet Ray-"Hiedi"
Bose, Roger Wayne
One can love any man that is
generous. Football, 1, Jr. E. Club,
I, Jr. Jaycees, 3, 4, Parl., 4.
Coker, Arnold Roy-"Shorty
Seek to be good, but aim not to be O! Happy Mortal'. He never
great, a wornan's noblest station is re-
treat. Sports Club, 2, CSU, 2, Speech
Club, 2, Pep Squad, 2, 3: Y-Teens, 2,
3, U. S. History Club, 3.
failed to have his iest. Student
Council, l, Spanish Club, 3, 4,
Pres., 4, Press Club, 3, Spar
Staff, Photographer, 3, Audi
Visual Club Pres
Air Force Academy
Conley, Janie Ann
Thou living ray of intellectual
fire. Ballard High School, Seattle,
Washington, Business Club, 4,
Student Council, 4, Glee Club,
4, Y-Teens, 4.
Cowan, John Clarke-"Carlile"
Integrity without knowledge is weak
and useless. Track, l, 2, 4, Mgr., l,
Speech Club, l, 2, Basketball, 2, 3,
Football, 2, 3, Mechanical Drawing,
2, Jr. Jaycees, 3, 4, Audio Visual,
3, 4. Texas A8-M
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Easley, Mary Sue
Common sense Iwhich in truth
is very uncommoni is the best
sense I know of. Choral Club,
Sec., l, Pep Squad, 2, 3, 4,
Sec., 4, Y-Teens, 2, 3, U. S. His-
tory Club, 3, Business Club,
Sgt. at Arms, 3, Student Council,
3, 4, NHS, 3, 4.
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Easlel, Joan Laverne
To e beautiful and to be calm is
the ideal of nature, Choral Club, l:
Pep Squad, 2, 3, 4, Asst. Cheerlead-
er, 3, 4, Y-Teens, 2, 3, 4, Pres., 3,
Student Council, 2, 3, 4, Choral
gluf, 3, Jr. Jaycee-ettes, 3, 4, NHS,
Davalos, Rudolph Albert-"Rudy"
Joking and humor are pleasant, and
often of extreme utility, Football, I,
2, Basketball, l, 2, 3, 4, Track, I,
Tennis, I, 2, 3, 4, Jr. E Club, l,
Jr. Hi Y, l, Sr. E Club, 2, 3, 4,
Speech Club, 2, Visual Aid, 2, Jay-
cees, 3, Sr. Hi Y, 4. University of
Davis, Kathleen Amelin-"Kathy"
The greatest truths are the simplest,
and so are the greatest people.
Band, l, 2, 3, 4, Jr, Jaycee-ettes, 3,
4, Y-Teens, 3, U. S. History Club, 4.
Daniels, Charlie Mae
Wisdom is the abstract of the
past, but beauty is the promise
of the future. Sports Club, 2:
Pep Squad, 2, 3, 4, Mgr., 4,
Y-Teens, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Jaycee-ettes,
3, 4, Business Club, 4.
Davis, Gena Tarlane
Bow down, my song, before her
presence high. Choral Club, 2,
3, 4, Sgt. at Arms, 3, Reporter,
4, Speech Club, 3, 4, Jr. Jay-
Denning, James David
Who is bred among wolves will
earn to howl. Football l
etball l 2 ennis
u U S Hlst
u 3' VIC 4. Ba or
Evans, Dean Jay
His soul to knowled e is the key
to heaven. Basketbaa, 1, Jr. Jay-
cees, 3, 4, Board, 4, NHS, 3, 4,
Treas., 4, Choral Club, 4. Texas
Finlay, Patricia Earline-"Pat"
Silence may do good, and can
do little harm, Choral Club, 4,
Business Club, 4, Jr. Jaycee-ettes,
4, Y-Teens, 4.
Everly, John Carl
To climb steep hills requires slow
Epstein, Abraham-"Abie" Elwell, Eugene Ray-"Gene"
And round thee with the breeze of Natural ability, like natural
song to stir a little dust of praise. plants, need pruning by study.
Choral Club, 3, Jr. Jaycees, 3, 4, Football, 'l, 2, 3, 4, Basketball,
Glee Club, 4. University of Texas l, 2, Track, 1, 2 Jr. Hi Y, I,
Jr. E. Club, l, Sr. E Club, 3, 4,
Vice-Pres., 4. Baylor
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pace at first. Track, l, 2, Mechani- ,Q fl
cal Drawing, 2, 3, Jr. Jaycees, 4, ' -0 if
Audio Visual 4 St Mar 's Uni-
. , - - Y
Foster, Elizabeth Elaine-"Laine"
Thought is deeper than all speech
feeling deeper than all thought?
Speech Club, T, 2, Sports Club, 2
Dramatics Club, 3, Y-Teens, 2, 3, 41
Jr. Jaycee-ettes, 3, 4, Pep Squad
4, Business Club, 4.
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5Vel'Yll"if1Q 9095 to hlm 'haf Pleasure is nought but virtue's gay- The red-gold cataract of her
wants nofhlng- Football. Qi VIC, er name. Football, 3, 4, Tennis, 3, flaming hair. Homemaking, l,
3: JV- JGYCGBS, 4? MeClT5f1lC6l 4: Sr. E. Club, 4, Jr. Jaycees, 4, Sports Club, 2, Y-Teens, 2, 3, 4,
Drawing, 4. Student Council, 4. University of Business Club, 3, Pep Squad, 3,
Texas 4, Jr. Jaycee-ettes, 3, 4, Sec., 4.
Freiling, Don Russell
It is better to be faithful than
famous. Football, l, 2, 3, 4,
Captain, 4, Basketball, l, 2, 3,
4, Jr. Hi-Y, lj JY. E Club, l,
Bear Tracks Staff, 3, 4, Spark
Staff, l, 4, Jr. Jaycees, 3, 4,
Board, 4, Sr. E Club, 3, 4, Quill
and Scroll, 3, 4. Rice
Fritxe, lee Victor
In quietness and confidence shall be
your strength, Track, l, 2, 3, 4:
Basketball, l, Mechanical Drawing,
3, U. S. History Club, 4, Jr. Jaycees,
3, 4. Texas A8-M
Goodwin, Phyliss Ann-"Phyl"
I'll call for pen and ink and
write my mind. Bear Tracks, 2,
3, 4, Co-editor, 4, Quill and
Scroll, 3, 4, Y-Teens, 2, 3, 4, Jr.
Jaycee-ettes, 3, 4, Board, 4, Stu-
dent Council, 4, Pep Squad, 3, 4,
FTA, 3, 4, Reporter, 4. University
Gold, William Gustav
lt is better to die of hunger, but in
a state of freedom from grief and
fear, than to live in plenty, but
troubled in rnind. VIC, 3, Radio
Club, 3, U, S. History Club, 4, Jr.
Jaycees, 4. SAC
Gaston, Doris Charlotte
Whose face is this, so musically
fair? Choral Club, 3, Jr. Jaycee-
ettes, 3, 4, YaTeens, 3, 4, Business
Club, 4, Glee Club, 4.
Gibson, William lee-"Billy"
Where all was harmony and good
and quiet. Jr. Jaycees, 3, VlC, 4.
Fugeman, William Henry
His face, the tablet of unutter-
able thoughts. U. S. History Club,
3, 4, Mechanical Drawing Club,
3, Vice-Pres., 3. St. Mary's
Gorke, Eugene lawrence-"Gene"
Often a silent face has voice and
words. Choral Club, Sgt. at
Arms, 3, Jr. Jaycees, 4, Boy's
Glee Club, 4. Texas Tech
Gil, Oralia Martinez
All orators are dumb when beau-
ty pleadeth. Ursuline Academy,
San Antonio, Jr, Jaycee-ettes, 4,
Y-Teens, 4. SAC
An inability to stay quiet is one
of the most conspicuous failings
of mankind. U. S. History Club,
3, 4, Office Practice Club, 3, Jr.
Jaycee-ettes, 4. University of
Gutierrez, Santiago Carrilln-
Silence is more eloquent than a
thousand words. Spanish Club,
3, 4. University of Texas
Guerrero, Jesse Roland
That pleasure is the aim, and Self
the spring of all. Hi Y, 2, Visual
Aid, 2, Jr. Jaycees, 3.
Grobe, Avie Max, Jr. Grisham, Robert Carl
Tallest of boys, or shortest of men,
he stood in his stocking feet iust
over four foot ten. U. S. History
Club, 3, Radio Club, 3, VIC, 4.
All men see the same obiects,
but do not equally understand
them. Intelligence is the tongue
that discerns and tastes them,
U. S. History Club, 37 VIC, 4.
Hall, Robert Arthur, Jr.-"Bobby"
I easily regain favor with myself. X
Band, l, 2, Student Council, I, Track,
2, Mechanical Drawing, 2, 3, Foot- .
ball, 3, U. S. History Club, 4, Tennis,
4. Texas ALM
I '1 FUD
Hlmflfki Wllllllll Tl1C9d0f!-"Bill" Harkins, David Ross Harrington, lelia Annette-"Nettie"
Success to the strongest, who are
always, at last, the wisest and
best. Football, I, 2, 3, 4, Basket-
ball, I, 2, 3, 4, Student Council,
I, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Hi Pres., I, Spark
Staff, I, 4, Jr. E. Club, I, Jr. Hi
Y, I, Sr. E. Club, 2, 3, 4, NHS,
3, 4, Quill and Scroll, 4, Jr.
Jaycees, 3, 4, Vice-Pres., 4, Bear
Tracks Staff, 4. Texas Christian
Better a mischief than inconveni-
ence. Band, I, Audio Visual, 2, 3
Jr. Jaycees, 3, VIC, 4. University
Her voice was ever soft, gentle,
and low, an excellent thing in
woman. Class Pres., I, Speech
Club, I, Sports Club, 2, Busi-
ness Club, Vice-Pres., 3, U.
S. History Club, Vice-Pres., 3,
Pep Squad, 2, 3, 4, Pres., 4,
Student Council, 4. Texas Chris-
Harris, Roger Wayne-"Coger"
Of all the heavenly gifts that
mortal men commend, What
trusty treasure in the world can
Countervail a friend? Football,
3, Basketball, Mgr., 3, 4, Hi Y,
Sgt. at Arms, 4, Student Council,
4, Sr. E Club, 3, 4. SWTSTC
cyy ' S
Johnson, Thomas Max-"Tommy"
Just like the harmonies of the
spheres, that is to be admired
and never heard. U. S. History
Club, 3, Radio Club, 3, VIC, 4.
Herms, Dorothy Ann
God is mind and God is infinite
hence, all is Mind. Y-Teens, 3, NHS,
3, 4, Quill and Scroll, 3, 4, Jr. Jay
cee-ettes, 3, 4, Bear Tracks, Sub
and Circulation Mgr. 4. Texas Lu
Jessop, Alice Ann-"Allie"
And grace that won wl.o saw to
wish her stayfso grace is a gift
of God. Speech Clcb, l, CSU, 2
Y-Teens, 2, 3, Sports Club, 2, 3, 4,
Vice-Pres. 2, Pres. 3, Student Coun-
cil, 3, Jr. Jaycee-ettes, 4, Future
Nurses, 4. University of Colorado
Hopkins, Samuel Wallace, Jr.-
Who prays and works lifts up to
God his heart with his hands. Foot-
ball, I, 2, 3, Jr. E Club, l, Jr. Hi Y,
l, Track, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Jaycees, 3, 4,
Chaplain, 4, Sr, E Club, 3, 4, Sec.-
Treas. 4. Southern Methodist Uni-
Howard, linda lee
Such sweet soft notes as yet musi-
cian's cunning never gave the enrap-
tured air. Band, l, 2, 3, 4, CSU, 2,
Y-Teens, 3, Jr. Jaycee-ettes, 3, 4,
Business Club, 4,
Hilliard, William Newton
Choose the best life, habit will
make it pleasant. FTA, 2, Glee
Club, 2, 4, Choral Club, 2, 4.
University of Texas
Horn, Betty Noretra-"Rita
Out of the abundance of the
heart the mouth speaketh. Choral
Club, lg Pep Squad, 2, 3, 4, Y-
Teens, 3, 4, Sgt. at Arms, 3, Jr.
Jaycee-ettes, 3, 4, Business Club,
James, Gerald Alan-"Jerry"
Human improvement is fr o m
within outward, Band, l, 2,
Mechanical Drawing, 3, 4, Art
Club, 4. Baylor
Kappelman, Judith Ann-"Judy"
A lovely lady garmented in light.
U. S. History Club, 3, 4, Speech
Club, 4, FTA, 4. Trinity
Keane Michael Sylvester Mike
To believe your own thought to
believe that what is true in your
own private heart is true for all
men that is true genius Choral
l Club l Au I
Ra o Club 3
ual 2 3
Jaycees 4 Choral Club 4 Mas
sachusetts Institute of Technology
t , .
Kistner, Douglas Howard-"Dougie"
Laffing iz the sensation ov
pheeling good all over and show-
ing it principally in one spot.
Jr. Hi Y, l, Jr. E Club, l, Foot-
ball, l, 2, 3, 4, Basketball, l,
Track, I, 3, 4, Student Council,
2, 3, 4, Audio Visual Club, l, 2,
3, Vice-Pres., 3, VIC, 4, Sr. E.
Club, 4. University of Texas
Kauffman linda Ann Lynne
Beautys the thing that counts
women, Red lips and black eyes are
better than brains. Y-Teens, 3, 4,
Vice-Pres., 3, Jr. Jayceevettes, 3, 4.
University of Mexico City
Kelly, Paul John, Jr.
From the crown of his head to the
sole of his foot, he is all mirth. Jr.
Hi Y, l, Jr. E Club, l, Electric Shop
Club, 2, Central Sound Club, 2, U. S.
History Club, 3, 4, Jr. Jaycees, 4.
Kane, Kathryn Eileen-"Kay" Jung, Raymond James-"Ray"
Nature is the master of talents, genius
is the master of nature. Student Coun-
cil, l, Homemaking Club, lp CSU, 2,
Pep Squad, 2, 3, 4, Treas., 4, Future
Nurses, 2, 3, 4, Sec-Treas., 3, NHS, 3,
4, Jr. Jaycee-ettes, 3, 4, Vice-Pres., 3,
Pres., 4. TSCW
Some are wise and others are
otherwise. U. S. History Club,
3, 4, Art Club, 4.
Kistner, Thomas Lee-"Tommy"
heart benevolent and kind, the
resembles God. Band, l, Choral
, l, 2, 3, Football, 2, Jr. Jaycees,
Sec., 4, U. S. History Club, 4,
Club, 4. St. Mary's University
A merry heart maketh a cheerful
countenance. Speech Club, 2,
Y-Teens, 2, 3, Homemaking Club,
3, Jr. Jaycee-ettes, 3, S p o r t s
, VAA Ak wg--f
Kllnyt-Jarrics Perle Koonce, Terrance T.-"Terry"
Felicity is the perfect virtue in a
perfect lite. CSU, T, 2, Home-
making Club, l, Pep Squad, 2, 3,
4, Lt., 4, Y'Teens, 2, 3, Treas., 3,
FTA, 3. 4, Pres., 4, NHS, 3, 4,
Quill and Scroll, 3, 4, Jr. Jay-
cee-ettes, 3, 4, Parl,, 3, Chap-
lain, 4, Bear Tracks, Adv, Mgr,
4. University of Texas
Thought, busy thoughtl too busy for
my peace! Clover Park High School,
Tacoma, Washington, Jr. Jaycees, 4,
Glee Club, 4. United States Air Force
Ludvigsen, Fred Alan Lloyd, Russell Paul-"L'I Hugo"
The great and Christian rnind
knows the power of gentleness.
Press Club, 3, Jr. Jaycees, 3, 4,
Spark Staff, 3, 4, U. 5. History
Club, Pres., 4, Trinity
You are a devil at everything, and
there is nothing in the world but what
you can turn your hand to-if you but
will. Band, l, 2: Audio Visual, T, 2,
3, Jr, Jaycees, 3, VIC, 4. Massachu-
setts Institute of Technology
Lamp, Sharron Dawn
Silence is a fine iewel for a woman,
but it's little worn. Band, l, 2, 3, 4,
CSU, l, 2, FTA, 2, 3, U. S. History
Club, 3, 4. Incarnate Word College
lichtenberg, Ralph Ellis-"Linh"
You reply, as your custom is, in few
words. Band, l, 2, VIC, 3, 4.
Krause, Jessie lee
Sweet as love, Or the remem-
berance of a generous deed.
Homemaking Club, T, Speech
Club, l, Y-Teens, 2, 3, 4, Pep
Squad, 2, 3, 4, Mgr., 4, Jr. Jay-
cee-ettes, 3, 4, Business Club, 4.
Latson, Betty lou
And a thousand fragrant posies.
Choral Club, l, 2, 3, 4, Band,
T, 2, Girl's Glee Club, l, 2, 3.
University ot Texas
lindsay, Edward Russell
A broad margin of leisure is as
beautiful in a man's lite as in a
book. Jr. Hi Y, l, Basketball, l,
2, 3, Track, l, 2, 3, 4, Football,
2, 3, 4, Sr. E Club, 3, 4, Jr. Jay-
cees, 3, 4, Student Council, 4,
Annual Staff, 4. Texas ASM
Machts, Carol Estelle
A dreamer lives forever. Pep
Squad, 3, 4, Y-Teens, 3, 4: Jr.
Jaycee-ettes, 3, 4. SAC
Magee, Joseph Charles
Talent is nurtured, aye, in soli-
tude, but Character 'mid the
tempests of the world. Visual
Ed., 3, VIC, 4.
Madray, Giles Hayes, Jr.-"El Toro"
Silence is the element in which great
things fashion themselves together.
Football, 2, 3, 4, Track, 2, 3, 4, Audio
Visual, 3, Jr, Jaycees, 3, 4, Sr. E Club,
4. United States Air Academy
luxton, Mary lou
lueders, Marion Gene
Just to fill the hour that :s happiness laughter, holding both its sides,
Jefferson High School, San Ari-
tonio, Photography Club, 4.
' 5 fc
McClain, Judith Ann-
Magel, Barbara Ann
A good heart is better than all the
heads in the world, wiser than the
intellect. Pep Squad, 2, 3, 4, Lt., 4, Y-
Teens, 2, 3, 4, Jr, Jaycee-ettes, 3, 4,
NHS, 3, 4, FTA, 4. University of Texas
McDaniel, Dixie Lee
McDonough, Warren Radley-
Glorious in her Pep Her heart is as pure as love, Speech "Sonny"
Squad, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 3 4 Club, 'l, Y-Teens, 2, 3, 4, Pep Squad, Habits form Character and Char
Speech Club, 2, Jr. Jaycee-ettes, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Jaycee-ettes, 3, 4, Business acter is destiny. Track, 2, Foot
3, 4, Business Club, 4, REDOYYCV, Club, 4.
4, Student Council, 4.
ball, 2, Visual Ed., 3, U. S. His
tory, 3, 4, Sec., 3, Sr. Hi Y, 4
Merrell, Barbara Jane-"Baku" Moore, Janie Rene
Happiness is added Life, and V"-2 Loyalty is the holiest good in the
qiver of Life, Speech Club l- lmrnan lreartfMaster, l will follow
Y-Teens, 2, 3, 4 Trees, A Um: vee. Hillsboro, Texas, Sr. Y-Teens, 4,
Squad, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Jaycees ettes, Jr Jaycee'-ettes, 4, B c s i n Q s s Clue,
3, 4, Business C ab, 3, Student V cefPres, 4. Un versity of Texas
Peters, Mary Katharina-"Mary Kay" Pence, Leo Boyd
How soon a smile of God can There are often voice and words in a
change the world! Band, T, 2, silent look, Sr. Hi Y, 3, Audio Visual,
3, 4, Jr. Jaycee-ettes, 3, 4, 3, Jr. Jaycees, 4, Mechanical Drawing,
Y-Teens, 3, U. S. History Club, 4. 4,
Nail, Billie Sue
The fair a z al i a bows beneath
snowy crest. Homcrriaking Club,
FTA, 2, Y-Teens, 3, Jr, Jayceeaettes,
4, Band, 2, 3, 4, U. S. History Club
Palmore, Ann Elizabeth
Silence is true wisdorn's best reply.
FTA, 3, 4: Business Club, Pres,
Jr. Jaycee-ettes, 4.
Morisoy, Charles Edward-"Charlie"
Example is the school of man-
kind, and they will learn at no
other. Jr. Jaycees, 3, Visual Aid,
3, VIC, 3, 4, Mechanical Draw-
Nawlin, Sara Ellen
l would be friends with you and
have your love. Sam Houston
High School, San Antonio, Choral
Club, 4, Sr. Y-Teens, 4, Jr. Jay-
Pegg, Mary Ellen
Gifts come from above in their
own righteous forms. CSU, T,
FTA, 2, Y-Teens, 2, 3, Jr. Jaycee-
ettes, 3, 4, Pep Squad, Mgr., 2,
3, 4. University of Texas
Rainey, Dorothy lee-"Dottie"
The laughter of woman is the se-
cret of youth, Pep Squad, 2, 3,
4, Asst, Cheerleader, 2: Head
Asst. Cheerleader, Parl., 3,
Cheerleader, 4, Y-Teens, 2, 3, 4,
Parl., 3, FTA, 2. 3, A: Business
Club, 3, NHS, 3, 4, Quill and
Scroll, 3, 4, Jr. Jaycee-ettes, 3, 4,
Spark Staff, Business Mgr., 3, 4.
Radford, Martha Evelyn-"Martin"
That which cometh from the
heart will go to the heart. Pep
Squad, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens, 2, 3, 4,
Jr. Jaycee-ettes, 3, 4.
Richardson, Dorothy Faye
I have a heart with room for
Rambo, Charles Dean-"Rainbo"
It is a friendly heart that has plenty
of friends. Football, 2, Jr. Jaycees, 3,
4, VIC, 3, Audio-Visual, 3, Mechanical
Raicharxer, Gail Kathryn
She knows Omnipotence has heard her
prayer and cries, "lt shall be done-
sometime, somewhere." U. S. History
Club, 3, 4, Jr. Jaycee-ettes, 4, Busi-
ness Club, 4.
Quill, James Edward-"Jimmie" Priest, Cordilia
His thoughts have a high aim, though
their dwelling be in the vale of a
humble heart. Senior Class President,
Jr. E Club, l, Jr. Hi Y, l, Football,
i, Track, l, 2, 3, 4, Student Council,
3, 4, Board, 4, Jr. Jaycees, 3, 4, VIC,
3, 4. University of Texas
Our ideals are our better
Southside High School, San An-
tonio, Future Nurses, 4. B
Rock, Marilyn Kay
True goodness springs from a man's
own heart. All women are born
good. Jr, Jaycee-ettes, 3, A, Y-Teens,
3, 4, Pep Squad, Mgr., A.
Rogers, Jamss Crawford-"J. C."
You must look into people as
well as at them. Audio Visual,
3, Art Club, 4. Unive
Rowland, Buddy Nathan Rust, Joe Carroll
lt is the duty of everyone to Knowledge is like money, the more
strive, to gain, and to deserve a a man gets the more he craves. Foot-
good reputation. Sr. Hi Y, 3, 4, ball, lg Basketball, T, Track, lg Bear
Audio Visual, 3, U. S. History Tracks, l, 2, 3, 4g Co-editor, 4: Spark
Club, 4. Staff, lg Jr. Hi E Club, lp Jr. Hi Y, I,
Debate Tearn, lp Quill and Scroll, 3,
A, NHS, 3, 4, Jr. Jaycees, 3, 4g Board,
4g FTA, 3, 4, Press Club, 3, Choral
Club, 4, Boys' Glee Club, 4. Texas
Saathoff, la Rue
For Nature in man's heart her
laws doth pen. Choral Club, l,
3, 4, Jr. Javcee-ettes, 4, Business
Club, 4, Y-Teens, 4,
Sandell, Jim Dick
For what can Pow'r give more than
food and drink, to live at ease and
not be bound to think. VIC, 2, 3, 4.
Sarran, Charles Robert-"Putty"
By nothing do men show their
Character more than by the
things they laugh at. Football,
l, 2, 3, 47 Basketball, l, 2, 3, 4,
Track, l, 2, 3, 47 Jr, E Club, ly
Sr. E Club, 2, 3, 4, Pres., 4,
Audio Visual, l, 2, Student Coun-
cil, l, 4, Bear Tracks Staff, 4, Sr.
A good name is rather to be chosen
than great riches. FTA, 'l, 2, 4, Band,
T, 2, 3, 4: Y-Teens, 2, 3: U. S. History
Club, 3, 4, Jr. Jaycee-ettes, 4. SWTSTC
Hi Y, 4. Trinity University
Scott, Marvin Thompson III-"Tom" Scott, Hal Richard Scheuneman, Arvin Ray
The history of every individual Never overtaxed with words. lt is necessary to try to surpass
should be a Bible. Audio Visual, cne's self always, this occupa-
lp Choral Club, 4. Hardin- t'cn ought ro last as long as
Simmons lte. Football, l: Jr. E Club, ly
Jr. Hi Y, l, Audio Visual, lp
Av-fateer R a d i o Club, Vice-
Pfes., 3: Radio Electric Shot, 3, 4,
Sgr, ar Arms, 3: Mechanical Draw-
ing, 4, VIC, Vice-Pres, 4.
Ask not of me, love, what is
love? Ask what is good of God
above. 'A loving heart is the be-
ginning of all knowledge. FTA,
2, 3, 4, Parliamentarian, 3, Pep
Squad, Asst. Cheerleader, 3,
Jr. Jaycee-ettes, 3, 4, Y-Teens, 4,
Bear Tracks Staff, 4. University
Smith, John Egerton-"Smitty"
A life of pleasure requires an
aristocratic setting.L to make it
interesting, Speec Club, l, Jr.
Jaycees, 3, U. S. History Club, 4,
Art Club, 4. Trinity University
Salt, Glenn Lester
Who can deceive a lover? VIC,
Reporter, 4. University of Texas
Situ, Barbara Jun
O thou art fairer than the evening
air, clad in the beauty of a thousand
stars. Sports Club, 3, Y-Teens, 3, 4,
Jr. Jaycee-ettes, 4, Business Club, 3.
Saidaman, Carolyn Dell
Seffla, Nelson Dillon-"Nellie"
Youth means love-what would youth He hath a daily beauty in his life
be without love? Sports Club, 3, 4, VIC, 3, 4. SAC
Vice-Pres., 3, Pres., 4, Y-Teens, 3,
Jaycee-ettes, 4, Pep Squad, 4.
Smothorman, Chleo Roy
Yet even from thee thyself hast been
withheld one thing-power to undo
what thou thyself hast ruled. Art
Club, 4, Mechanical Drawing, 4.
1' ,a- 0
Steele, Roy Kenneth
Coolness and absence of heat and haste
indicate fine qualities.
Stvaughan, Calhoun Clarke
A great man, I take it, is
man so inspired and
with ideas of God
spirit as to be too i
for vengeance, too
seek his own ends.
Class Vice-Pres., Speech Club, 2
Student Council, 2, 3, Jr. Jaycees
3, 4, Sr. E. Club, 4. United
States Naval Academy
Stringer, Janice Elizabeth-"Jay"
All things work together for qood
to them that love God. CSU, 2,
Choral Club, 2, 3, 4, Parl., 3,
Historian, 4, Y-Teens, 2, Sports
Club, 2, 3, Sec., 3, Tennis, 3,
U. S. History Club, 3, 4, Stu-
dent Council, 4, FTA, 3, 4, Spark
Staff, 4, Pep Squad, 4. SAC
Tammen, Alida Antoinette
Gladness of the heart is the life of
woman, and the ioyfulness of a woman
prolongeth her days. Jr. Jaycee-ettes,
3, 4, Pep Squad, 3, 4, Y-Teens, 4,
Choral Club, 3, Future Nurses, 2.
write the beauty of
your eyes. such heavenly touches
ne'er touched earthly faces. Band,
I, 2, 3, Y-Teens, 2, 3, 4, U. S.
History Club, 3, Jr. Jaycee-ettes,
4, Business Club, Sec.-Trees., 4.
Tumey, Mary Florence
In silence God brings all to pass.
Sports Club, 2, Y-Teens, 2, 3, 4, Choral
Club, l, 3, 4, Treas., 4, Jr. Jaycee-
ettes, 3, 4.
Tedford, Donald Eugene-"Don"
What can be more honorable than to
have courage enough to execute the
commands of reason and conscience-
to maintain the dignity of our nature
and the station assigned us. VIC, 4,
Auto Shop, 4.
Tillman, Nancy laa
Beauty is the gift of God. Business
gluib, 3, Y-Teens, 3, 4, Jr. Jayceeettes,
Teague, lyle Lao-"Peewee"
I like work, it fascinates me, I
could sit and look at it for
hours. Band, I, 2, 3, 4.
Thompson, Marsha loah
A fair woman shall not only
command without authority, but
persuade without speaking. Pep
Squad, 2, 3, 4, Asst. Cheerleader,
2, Cheerleader, 3, Head Cheer-
leader, 4, NHS, 3, 4, Vice-Pres.,
4, FTA, 2, 3, 4, Treas., 2, 3,
Student Council, 2, 4, Jr. Jaycee-
ettes, 3, 4, Board, 4. University
Tondra, Sharon lynn
A sweet content passing all wis-
dom or its fairest flower. U. S.
History Club, 3, 4, Jr. Jaycee-
Wilke, George III
My business and my art is to
live. Band, I, 2, 3, 4, Sgt. at
Arms, S, Treas., 4, Jr. Jaycees,
3, 4, VIC, 4. University of Texas
Williams, Beverly Elizabeth Brooke
And all because a lady fell in love.
Band, 1, Y-Teens, 3, Jr. Jaycee-ettes,
3, 4, Business Club, 4, Future Nurses,
Williams, Gerald Stevens-"Jerry"
A man that stands, holds out two
hands-as iovial but warm a heart as
ever beat. Football, i, 2, 3, 4, Mgr.,
4, Jr. Hi Y, l, Jr. E Club, l, Choral
Club, I, 4, Vice-Pres., -I, Parl., 4,
Visual Education Club, l, 2, Vice-Pres.,
2, Student Council, 2, 3, 4, Chaplain,
3, Treas., 4, Bear Tracks, 3, 4, Sports
Editor, 3, 4, Press Club, Chaplain,
3, Sr. Hi Y, 4: Boys' Glee Club, 4,
Quill and Scroll, 4. Texas A!-M
Wells, Tammy 6.-"Tommy"
Not entirely against work, but
not entirely in sympathy with it.
Willillllif I-illdl Beth Williams, Steve Raymond, Jr.
Content is happiness-content is
all. Y-Teens, l, Homemaking
Club, I, Sports Club, 2, Choral
Club, 2, 3, 4, Sec., 3, 4, U. S.
History Club, 3, FTA, 3, Speech
Club, 4, Future Nurses, 4.
To thee God granted a heart ever
new, to all always open, to all
always true. Track, 2, Visual
Aid Club, 3, Jr. Jaycees, 3, 4,
Board, 4, Student Council, 3, 4,
Pres., 4, Bear Tracks, 4, U. S.
History Club, 4. Texas AGM
Willmanrn, Ann louise
Too'wise to err, too good to be
unkind-Are all the movements
Of the Eternal Mind-and God will
p'oV'de- NHS, 3, 4: Quill and
5Cf0ll: 3, 4: Jr. Jaycee-ettes, 3,
4: Tree!-, 4: Y-Teens, 3, 4: Bear
Tracks. Staff, 4, FTA, 4, gfuden,
90UnCIl, 4: DAR Representative,
A faithful friend is the medicine ol
' -to me, she is all of this and
more. Pep Squad, 2, 3, 4: Lieutenant,
' orian, 3: NHS, 3, 4: Sec., 4:
FTA, Sec., 3. TSCW
Wright, Franklin Doo-"Frank"
Begin nothing without consider-
gngzvahaz the end may be. Band,
f I 4
Woolen, Ardilll Dalo-"Adio"
She is herself of best things the col-
lection. Pep Squad, 2, 3, 4: Vice-Pres.,
3: Lieutenant, 4: Student Council, 3, 4:
Y-Teens, 2, 3, 4: Parl., 4: Jr. Jaycee-
ettes, 3, 4: Choral Club, l.
Wilson, Robert Edward Lao-"Bob"
No one reaches a high position
without daring. Football, l, 2:
Basketball, I, 2: Jr. Hi Y, 2: Jr.
E Club, l: Audio Visual, l, 2, 3,
4: Tennis, l, 2, 3, 4: Jr. Jayteei,
3, 4: Sgt. at Arms, 4: Sr. E CTub,
Wisdom, Betty Jlwoll
Who carry muslc in their heart
because their secret souls a holy
strain repeat. Band, l, 2, 3, 4:
Sec., 4: CSU, 2: Y-Teens, 2, 3, 4:
Jr. Jaycee-ettes, 4: U. S. History
Wooten, Carolo Ann
A woman's hopes are woven ol
sunbeams. CSU, 2: Y-Teens 3
Jr. Jaycee-ettes, 3, 4- Student
Council, 4: Future Nurses 4
Business Club, 4.
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HIgh school lIte seems to take shape durmg ones JunIor year ThIs IS the
year that the leaders of the school prove themselves worthy when they become
elIgIble for NatIonal Honor SocIety membershlp and other honorary organnzatnons
PreparatIons for the all Important SenIor year begm wIth the ordermg
of the senlor TIDQS In February the namIng of those who wIll head the Student
CouncIl the Pep Squad and the PublIcatIons Also at thIs tIme the SSHIOF class
p f th raduatmg class IS elected
Probably EdISOnS greatest contrIbutIon to Industry and SCIENCE was t e
Improvement of other InventIons One of these Improvements was on e
mImeograph machIne whIch developed from hIs electrIc pen ThIs work was
co ordInated wIth hIS studIes on the telegraph and typewrIter Today thIs ma
b sInesses and has proved Itself Invaluable to school
Chine IS COI'T1l'T10n to ITIGFTY U
systems as an IHSXPGDSIVS means for the reproductIon of educatnonal materIals
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Jan Lawson Mary Larry Susan
Burris, Billie Gayle
Bush, Jo Ann
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Billy Barbara DCIl'len9 Helen l-l0YCl
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Day, Denning, Dorbandt, Dunbar, Duncan,
Doris Irene Johnny W. L. Carolyn
Ersch, Nancy Jo
Farrell, Eddy E7
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Pat Mary J. Lillian Loci Claude
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Jenner, Ruth Ann
Johnson, Jones, Jones, Kirkland, Kistner,
Gayla Bry-Ann Minette Betty Richard
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Langworthy, Nancy lv.,
Lanier, Tanis ' 1
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Frances George Edgar
Stuart, Tally, Thiele,
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Hugh school Iufe beguns to blossom wuth the comung of the Sophomore year
Boys become eluguble for tl-ue hugh school sports and excutement runs hugh when
the furst practuce of sprung traunung us held The gurls also become eluguble for
new organuzatuons Such events as Pep Squad unutuatuon and tryouts for cheer
leaders and mauorettes are memorable occasuons
At the age of twelve Eduson became a traunboy on the Detrout and Port
Huron branch ofthe Grand Trunk Raulway Whule un thus capacuty he became an
amateur scuentust Because hus laboratory needed expensuve materuals Eduson
asked the raulway to let hum have the newspaper and candy concessuon Before
long Eduson publushed hus own newspaper tutled the Grand Trunk Herald He
covered all the local news along the route marruages burths deaths fughts
and tures The paper sold from the start and the young publusher began accept
mg advertusements The London Tumes descrubed hus paper as The furst news
paper publushed aboard a movung tram
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As the Senuors of the Junuor Hugh School the Freshman class has only
begun the lourney on the road of educatuon Hugh School beckons and once
agaun the Freshmen begun a serues of new experuences much as they dud upon
enterung Junuor Hugh School a few short years ago
One summer afternoon a fruend brought Eduson a sumple mechanucal toy
Wuth one peep through a slot and a spun of the wheel a serues of puctures
sprang unto actuon guvung the ullusuon of motuon Eduson was amused but soon
hus smules faded and he began to regard ut wuth a speculatuve eye After a
great deal of hard work and umprovements Eduson agaun produced a practucal
entertaunung unventuon whuch opened up an enture new fueld of undustry Hus
motuon pucture camera made mulluons of dollars for thousands f people
makung them the udols of movuegoung people all over the world So embracung
were hus basuc patents that the fulm undustry paud hum royaltues for many years
Eduson was the furst of the fulm tycoons
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At the end of the eughth year students begun to thunk more seruously about
theur future hugh school Iufe These years spent studyung basucally the Three
R s come to a close
These students are now plannung theur hugh school schedules and makung
preparatuons to full the leadung offuces of the Junuor Hugh School un theur nunth
Wuth the unventuon of the phonograph the Patent Offuce recorded no pruor
claums to a devuce even remotely resemblung ut The furst crude machune was
gradually transformed by Eduson and others unto a more funushed unstrument
Agaun Eduson had been successful un rnalcung an unstrument whuch was to
pen another fueld of undustry and entertaunment Memorable events such as
the Coronatuon of Queen Eluzabeth II and dramatuc speeches by famous states
men and heroes of our turne have been recorded and saved for posteruty The
musuc of the ages past and the present ages us now a part of our lufe through
At the tume of thus unventuon when Eduson was only thurty one hus name
became perhaps better known than that of any other luvung man Hus shy man
nerusms colorful speech sloppy dress and complete lack of pretensuon appealed
to the press and gauned for hum the publuc love and admuratuon
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Patsy Wayne Claudna Bobby Raymond Davlcl
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Enterung a school such as Eduson us an experuence un utself for a seventh
grader New fruends new adlustments and a new lufe greets these newcomers
to Eduson Whule un the Junuor Hugh School seventh graders receuve traunung for
leadershup from the Junuor Hugh School clubs whuch are based on the same
pruncuples as those ofthe Senuor Hugh School
In Eduson s early days he was busy wuth no less than forty fuve unventuons
He was hard at work on a machune whuch he belueved would transmut the
letters ofthe alphabet over telegraph wures when he learned that un Mulwaukee
experumentatuons were beung made on a machune known as the typewruter
Beluevung thus unstrument mught help hum wuth the automatuc telegraph Eduson
once agaun began hus campaugn of umprovement of unventuons Today the Patent
Offuce has a record of a patent ussued for a typewruter whuch later became the
Thus us another example of Edusons practucaluty Today as we watch tele
vusuon lusten to the raduo send a telegram pound a typewruter talk on the
telephone go to the movues play the phonograph record or swutch on an
electruc lught we are undebted to hus Genuus
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In need of money for
has scuentnfuc experurnents
bought a small hand press and
edited prmted and publushed
small paper of hus own namung nt the
Grand Trunk Herald Eduson proved nts
mgenunty and lndustry wth the success of has
small paper two trants whnch marked the success
O hls entire lrfe Llttle dnd he know that an a few stort
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Left to Rlght Jan Bell Secretary Jerry Wulhams Treasurer Barbara Jo Wyres
Parllamentarlan Don Freulung Chaplam Jannce Brashears Reporter
Mr Philip Bauman
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Seated, Left to Right: D. Herms,
J. Stringer, J. Birkenmeyer, S.
Easley. Standing: B. Wilson, A.
Willman, and E. Lindsay.
Seated, left to Right: D. Sarran,
J. Power, I. Zittle, F. Saxton.
Standing: S. West, J. Quill, and
Seated, Left to Right: J. Lewis,
P. Pruitt, P. Coggeshall, K. Hill.
Standing: A. Ludvigsen, M. Carl-
son, and L. Franklin.
Seated, left to Right: M. Schreib
er, C. Crof, M. Madray, B. Ma
gel. Standing: G. Boerner, G
Seated, Left to Right: K. Brown,
B. Merrell, A. Harrington, P.
Goodwin. Standing: R. Harris,
D. Rainey, and G. Thomas.
Seated, Left to Right: S. Thomp
son, A. Lykins, J. Owings, J
Black. Standing: B. Hamrick, S
Stamps, and C. Sarran.
Trimming the Christmas tree in
the main corridor is an annual
proiect of the Council. Members
decorating are: Left to Right:
Steve Williams, Patti Stroud, Sue
Thompson, P h y I i s s Goodwin,
and James Baskin.
Seated, Left to Right: B. Cha
nack, D. Gibson, J. Owings, P
Franklin. Standing: M. Lince
cum, R. Kistner, and C. Rylan
The Junior High Student Council duties are the same as
those of the Senior High Student Council. This organization
governs the Seventh, Eighth, and Ninth grades, cmd promotes
good citizenship among the students.
The projects for the year include monitor service for the
halls, in charge of the lost and found, sale of book covers,
junior high school honor roll pins, and iunior high d s hich
are given during the year. fr?g,
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Left to Right: N. Thompson, Pres-
ident, Miss F. Crossley, Sponsor,
J. Hardwick., Vice-President.
Seated: E. Tschiedel, Reporter, P. Sanders, Secretary-Treasurer, G. I
Chaplain. Standing: B. Taylor, Historian, and J. Dalton, Parliamentaria
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V. McCam bell J. Wilke, J. Brown, S. Jecks. Standing: D. John-
D. Go riel, . Casper, and D. Frye.
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B. Blackman, V. Rogers, and C. Brown.
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Mona Boles Fred Bonam
Carole Calvert Barbara Chanack
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Pat Franklin Bill Hamrick
Phyllis Anderson Jimmy Austin Susan Boemecke
Janice Brashears Jo Ann Bush
Janice Conley Joan Easley Sue Easley
Dorothy Herms Kay Kane Janice Kline
Thus organuzatuon consusts
roll students from the eughth
grades Just as electuon to
Chapter of the Natuonal Honor Socuety
us a hugh honor for a senuor hugh school
student so us membershup un Junuor Na
tuonal Honor Socuety hughly coveted by
uunuor hugh school students
The four qualutues Scholarshup Lead
ershup Character and Servuce are un
cluded un the requurements of an Honor
Seated Left to Rught J Brooks Vuce Presudent Mrs M Jones
Sponsor M Casey Presudent Standing M Schmud Secretary
B Mudd Reporter R Crawford Parluamentaruan N Harruson
Seated Left to Rught J Sollock H Webb E
Tschuedel W Echols Standung P Flemung S
Moore J Morrus R Franka
Seated Left to Rught V Crawford C Clark
Hamulton S Hubbard Standung T Meeks
Hamulton B Duxon C Spencer B Wehmeye
Seated Left to Rught E Foster L Allen L Floyd M
Bauer Standung J Schreck L Nelson S Hall L Lang
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' iournalists comparable to that of the National Honor
Society. Qualifications include those of National Honor
Society in addition to outstanding work in Journalism.
The city-wide formal installation service was held
April 2 at Jefferson High School.
Ann Willmvn Mrs. Mary Nusom
G. Boerner F. Bonam D. Boothe J. Brashears
K. Brown C. Calvert D. Freiling P. Goodwin B. Hamrick D. Herms J. Kline
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First Row, Left to Right-Cheerleaders: D. Rainey, C. Rylander, V. McClain, Mascot, M. Thompson, Head Cheer
leader, M. Kinman, Mascot, M. Carlson, and B. Kirkland. Second Row, Left to Right: B. Burris, S. Stuart, S.
S. Evans, M. Schreiber, J. Black, D. Sarran, Sergeant-at-Arms, l. Zittle, Parliamentarian, A. Wooten, Lieutenant,
Cameron, Lieutenant, S. Easley, Secretary, A. Harrington, President, P. Stroud, Vice-President, K. Kane, Treasurer
J. Kline, Lieutenant, B. Magel, Lieutenant, B. Wyres, Historian, J. Power, Sergeant-at-Arms, P. Goodwin, P. Har
din, C. Machts, M. Madray, and M. Butler. Third Row, Left to Right: Miss Helen Wyatt, Sponsor, C. Daniels, Man
ager, N. Ersch, Manager, M. Pegg, Manager, J. Owings, J. Owings, E. Epstein, B. Chanack, D. Gibson, A. Tally,
M. Lewis, J. Krause, Manager, J. Bacon, Manager, M. Rock, Manager, and Mr. John B. Sullivan, Principal. Fourth
President .... . . . Annette Harrington
Vice-President ...... Patti Stroud
Secretary .... . . . Sue Easley
Treasurer .. .. Kay Kane
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Row, Left to Right: P. Davis, S. West, N. Farrar, B. McCrary, N. Massey, R. Alexander, M. Binz, E. Coates, M. Lin-
cecum, L. Williams, K. Brown, J. Stringer, N. Horn, F. Saxton, B. Schmidt, G. Barrett, J. Bell, S. Thompson, K. Rock,
J. Bush, B. Ambrose, and A. Lykins. Fifth Row, Left to Right: C. Calvert, D. Biles, O. Pomeroy, C. Croft, D. Mc-
Daniels, C. Seideman, M. Tokoly, G. Quesenberry, B. Wendell, K. Casper, M. Hardy, M. O'Nave, V. Roberts, M.
Redford, A. Tammen, P. Pruitt, C. Kusenberger, C. Kusenberger, M. Cassidy, G. Bankhead, and L. Gahan. Sixth
Row, Left to Right: R. Jenner, L. Scharein, C. Huxoll, G. Davis, M. Schneider, J. Bernard, J. Birkenmeyer, M. Bennett,
C. Roberts, J. Fancher, M. Nonmacher, V. Jackson, E. Foster, K. Knowles, J. Cunningham, I. Fraser, J. Easley, B.
Langston, M. Boles, B. Merrell, J. McClain, and J. Braesicke.
Sergeant-at-Arms ..... . . . Janice Power and Donna Sarran
Pep Squad Lieutenants . . ....... Janice Kline, Barbara Magel,
Sue Cameron, and Ardith Wooten
Historian ....... ............... B arbara Wyres
Parliamentarian . . . ...... Ida Zittle
Members of the Pepperette organization consist of Junior
High girls interested in becoming members of the Honey
Bears. This group meets every Thursday at the close of school
to practice marching, yelling, and to learn the movements and
activities of the Pep Squad.
With much spunk and vitality, the lively group of Bear
supporters attended the Edison-Kerrville football game as a
cheering section to help cheer the boys to victory. They also
have attended several other games, and as their project for
spring, the Pepperettes plan to hold a semi-formal dance.
Wearing long-sleeved white blouses and dark skirts as tem-
porary uniforms for this year, these members have done
their part to help the team win.
Left to Right Patsy Sanders Parliamentarian Orlene Long
Chaplain Betty Rucker Secretary Betty Witt Treasurer Karen:
na James Sergeant at Arms
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Left to Right: Kay Little, President,
Miss H e I e n Wyatt, Sponsor, and
Betty Taylor, Vice-President.
First Row S Meyer P Drumm M Allen P Finley P Carmack D Dean C Dieke C Clark C
Adkins Second Row S Cole R Beyer J Crapps R Garza J Cox Third Row C Gregory
G Ewing J Benavides E Herlog J Day M Gillum Fourth Row I Hodges C Goll G Jordan
S"FTrteT B Hopkins Fifth Row E Johnson B Gressett M Bush S Felty andJ Cantu
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Thlrd Row P Teague B Rogers C
Nicholson Fourth Row M Palmore M
J Reed B Smnth Fifth Row B Jacoby
A Harper C Jones
First Row M Hope J Wnlke M Ortiz
E Ruolas B Murray Second Row W
Stanford B Muller D Sapp Third Row
Fourth Row H Roborn W Oron P
Mangum Fifth Row M Lange J Wolff
Flrst Row A Sheldon, M Trnmmnngs, J Norris, A Plngree, H Mattke, M Sanford, M Sachs
Second Row B Olfers, C Keller, P O'NeuI, R Moore, NL,uMcCampbeIl Third Row A Kovacs, D
Kurchoff, M Tope, R Starosta, S Layton, T Koppa Fourth Row K Thompson, B Walker, D
Znmmerman, G Ramnrez, M Schmndt Fufth Row J Lynch, W LaVelle, S Olnver, H Vernon,L
Th Honey Beor Booster Club ns orgcmxzed to help fmonce
the expenses of the Pep Squad All parents of the Honey Beors
ore ellgnble for rrtemb rshnp In the club
Mr Erwln C Klme
Seated Mrs Dnlon Goodwnn Hospntalnty Chonrman Mrs R L Harrmgton Budget and
Funance Co Chanrmon Mrs J B Rylcnder Membershnp Chanrman Mrs R A Power
Ranney Program Chanrman Mr R L Harrmgton Budget and Fmcmce Co Chanrmon
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Mrs Claude Stroud Parllamentarran and Mrs C C Wulluams Good C eer alrm
Officers are Mrs N O Thompson VucePreslder1t Mrs P
Kone Treosurer and Mrs E H Mogel Secretory
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Membership in the Band Parents' Association now
totals one hundred fifty. The organization has done
much for our Edison Band in the way at financing
trips, presenting the seniors with jackets, and other
Officers Seated: Mrs. Edgar Bergmann, Secretary, Mrs. Felix
Newcomer, Treasurer. Standing: Mr. Ben McGowan, Vice-
President, Mr. Robert Lewis, President.
Seated: M. Scarborough, N. Bichsel, B. Nail, and B. Wisdom. Standing: S. Lamp, P. Anderson,
B. Bergmann, Mr. Lewis, L. Howard, Mr. Sarli, G. Wilke, M. Peters, and K. Davis.
Mr. Lewis, president, presents Neva
Bichsel, maiorette, with her senior iacket.
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well, C. Meckel, H. May, L. Teague, M. Mangum, W. Park, J. Keller, M. Montgomery, G. Davis, R. Crawford, B.
Simms, V. Carroll, K. Davis, M. Peters, Maiorettes, C. Taylor, J. Lewis, N. Bichsel. Second Row, Left to Right: Drum
Major, G. Thomas, Mr. Sarli, J. Dillard, B. Holt, C. Wallis, B. Stark, G. Bain, D. Abrego, F. Franka, M. Krause, E.
Wong, J. Waldrop, S. Holt, B. Hopkins, B. Jones, Mr. Sullivan. Third Row, Left to Right: E. Moore, M. Newcomer,
M. Duncan, C. Duncan, L. Scarborough, P. Anderson, M. Sharp, P. Fairchild, S. Lamp, E. Thiele, B. Phillips, D. Frank-
President ..... .... P hyllis Anderson
Vice-President . . . . . . George Scarborough
Secretary .... ..... B etty Wisdom
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lin, K. James, J. Landry, J. Anderson, B. Nail, L. Wade, J. Hamrick, C. Hope, D. Langworthy, N. Weaver, G. Peese
Fourth Row, Left to Right: R. Franka, H. Houston, Y. Fisher, G. Sivek, B. Wisdom, L. Sonnier, J. Abshire, R. Dechert
J. Sollock, N. Langworthy, M. Scarborough, R. Lawler G. Scarborough, M. Clifford H. Shell, J. McGowan D. Rich
ter, D. Harvey, B. Jacobs, G. Keller. Fifth Row, Left ,to Right: D. Venghaus, L. Carter, P. Townsend, M. Mlurphy, B.
Graham, L. James, J. Fritz, G. Wilke, D. Lawler, H. Menhennet, C. May, H. Harris, F. Wright, R. Henderson, V.
Peterson, A. Priest, J. Morris, P. Fleming, R. Ranzau, C. Yoast, N. Mendez.
Treasurer ........ ....... G eorge Wilke
Sergeams-at-Arms . . . . . . Martin Montgomery
First Row, Left to Right: D. Hunick, B. Smith, C. Brown, B. McDowell, J. Murray, J. Mason, L. Bode R Robmson M
Kagan, B. Miller, G. Cervenka, E. Kumin, Carroll, C. Wallis, S. Schwartz, N. Roy, D. Richter Second Row Left
to Right: Director, J. Sarli, T. Tichdel, C. Kohaffel, L. Moses, S. Moore, C. Reese, B. Dapeer, J Brooks Sharon
Moore B. Beenson S. Moore, Mr. Sullivan. Third Row, Left to Right: J. Hope, K. Keane, E. Forester G Hupp M
Short P. Fairchild R. Ranzau S. Anderson J. Morris, P. Fleming, H. Shramm, E. Bain, J. Cummings B Stark C
S encer R Crawford Fourth Row Left to Right B Montgomery F Bergman P Patrick W Carrico G
Sivek L. es B. McGowan Y. Fischer, R. Barr, B. Darling, S. Vaughan, R. Botts, G. Smith Fifth Row Left to
Right: D. Mollgaard, E. Tschiedel, G. Ryan, M. Sullivan, R. Hamilton, J. Anderson, R. Wright, D Lawler B King
P. Milam, G. Rotan, J. Hamrick, M. Ewing, P. Weaver, M. Hendrix, N. Lanier
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The Senior Band, directed by Mr. Jean Sarli, each year sponsor
their band shows which are entitled "Calvalcade of Music." Hard
work is also put into the spectacular half-time shows at football
During the year, the band makes trips to cities such as Corpus
Christi, Del Rio, New Orleans, and Galveston as guests in celebrat-
ing their annual festivities as well as taking part in San Antonio's
Mr. Jean Sarli
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Seated J Brasheors J Wlllnams and C Rylander Standing C Tally B Chatten L Kunz and
Each advnsory elects a Bear Tracks rep
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bn weekly school paper to subscrnbers In
Seated S Dorres, M Sullnvan, and M Renfro Standing: R Vnllareal, C Clark, J Brown, B
Stark, E Johnson, L Copenhaver, T Carroll, J Brooks, and J Hamilton
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Publlshed by the lournalusm class and students of Th
School, San Antomo, Texas
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BEAR TRACKS Thomas A Edxson I-hgh School San Antomo
For Superzor Accomplishment Is Awarded
All Gexas lplunur lluirng
In the Annual Contest of the Assoclatlon Sponsoned by the Department of journalism
Texas State College for Women Denton Texas
Director Department Iournalmm
Joe Carroll Rust
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Steele J Brcsheors ond P Stroud Standmg J Wullnoms
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To attaln a better relatlonshup between hugh
school students and cmzens of the commumty
IS the purpose set forth by the Junnor Jaycees
Affnluated wnth the Junlor Chamber of Commerce
the organnzatuon ns composed of Jumor and
Among the many actlvntles of thus club are
the Chrnstmas Orphans Shoppmg Tour the
orphans tram rude to Uvalde the Olympuc Fund
Drnve the Jaycee Basketball Game and the
Chrlstmas baskets for needy famllues
Junlor Jaycees assust the Jaycees ur
mg Pancake Festival held t e
audntornum Funds raised were as
trlbuted among various charltles
Board Members Seated Left to Rught B McLaughlm C Hope
D Evans B Wllson Standing S Wulluams D Frellmg S Hop
kms J Rust and R Bose
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for the organizations outstanding ser Hall Second Row E Monahan, R. Patterson, A. Epstein, L.
vice from San Antonio Jaycee official Franklin P Kelly Third Row: B. Chatten, L. Thompson, G. Mad-
ray A Ludvigsen G Gerke, and L. Pence.
Jaycee members in preparation for Christmas project.
Junior Jaycees paint city street signs as
reminder of coming bond issue election.
Having been organized for only three years,
the Junior Jaycee-ettes have built a closer rela-
tionship between the students and the people in
the community. This club has grown to be one
of the largest in the school. Its membership is
composed of all girls in the eleventh and twelfth
grades who are interested in civic betterment for
Conferrmg over business matters Mrs Vlelock Spon
sor and the Pre :dent Kay Kane work toward the bet
ferment of the Junior Jaycee ettes
The Officers Janice Kline Chaplain Ann Wlllman Treasurer
lone Frazer Secretary and Susan Boemecke Reporter talk
over plans for a protect
During the Christmas hola
days the Junior Jaycee ettes
contributed food for a Christ
mas dinner for a needy fam:
ly Money was also sent to
help the family pay the rent
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The Board of Directors which is part of the Executive Seated: J. Bowser, C. Ball, M. Bennett, A. Wooten, J
Committee consists of Marsha Thompson, Phyliss Good- Birkenmeyer. Standing: J. Bass, B. Barr, L. Beauchamp
win, and Barbara Magel, Seated. Standing are: Janice K. Brown, B. Ambrose, and Y. Ayala.
Powers and Sue Stuart.
Seated, First Row: L. Weir, V. James, M. Massey, and S. West. Second Row: M. Brown
M. Frericks, I. Zittle, and L. Williams. Third Row: R. Jenner, G. Quesenbery, G. Reich
erzer, and D. Miller. Fourth Row: P. Payne, B. Williams, B. Wisdom, and O. Martine
Gil. Fifth Row: E. Nowlin, C. Blagg, L. Saathoff. b
C. Duncan, N. Ersch, J. Easly, E. Foster, and P, Seated: M. Buttler, K. Byron, B. Chanack, E. Coats, D
rt. Standing: P. Ferguson, N. Farrar, K. Davis, Chatten. Standing: M. Carlson, S. Cameron, D. Butcher
Day, M. Duncan. J. Bush, F. Burnam. x
Seated: L. Van Ostrand, M. Pegg, M. Bordenbaum, A. Tam-
men Standing: S. Thompson, A. Talley, V. Wegeman, and
A coke sale helped to build up the
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These were two of the many orphan
children who went on the annual orphan
shopping tour in December. The Junior
Jaycee-ettes helped in being escorts.
Seated: D. Sorran, S. Steele, B. Schmidt,
d P. Stro u d. Standing: M. Scar-
borough, A. P a I m o r e, M. Rock, M.
Schneider, and C. Rylander.
Seated: T. Lanier, D. Means, J. McClain, B. Merrell. Standing
B. Langston, C. Machts, M. Madray, and M. Lincecum.
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to further the interests in the teaching profession. ' ,-
Members spend many hours a week assisting - -fs
teachers in grading papers and substituting in the ab-
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During the year, gold and silver identification
bracelets were awarded to members having the highest
and second highest number of service hours a week.
Various students in the club participated in panel ,
discussions at San Antonio College and attended the
district meeting held at Alamo Heights High School. f 'TM-5 ii' 2-Q"'T
Janice Kline President and Mrs Mahan Sponsor make
plans for a panel discussion at San Antonio College
Officers Above Right Seated B Chanack R
corder P Goodwin Reporter Standing V Peter
son and J Rust Sergeants at Arms
Officers Above M Boles Treasurer S West
Secretary A Tally Vice President
First Row G Boerner O Pome
ro K Casper P Stroud M
Schreiber M Madray B Am
brose and V Jackson Second
Row C Huxoll J Cunningham
D Sites N Middleton B Na
tions D Sarran P Franklin and
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raise money for club.
Barbara Bergmann, President, and Betty Kirk-
land, Vice-President, confer over some first-
aid work. juture
To help create an interest in the vocation of nursing is the
purpose of the Future Nurses Club. Their activities bring them
closer to the lite and experiences of a nursing career.
Seated: B. Wendel, D. Chatten, B. Burris, B. Nations, P. Coggeshall, P. Pruitt. Stand-
ing: C. Wooten, B. Williams, H. Clarke, L. Howard, B. McCampbell, P. Fergason, P.
Murray, M. Mundy, B. Covalesky, Y. Ayala, A. Crowell, A, Dela Cruz, K. Rock, and
Seated: M. Bennett, M. Tokoly, N. Baker, D. Biles, L. Gahan, N. Weaver. Standing
W S. Holt, B. Sims, J. Waldrop, C. Taylor, B. Holt, V. Roberts, J. Dillard, B. Langston
umm P. Harding, T. Lanier, M. Duncan, D. Day.
This year the Future Nurses have sponsored many worthy proi-
ects. A few of them are making bandages, selling Christmas wreaths,
and making table decorations for a tuberculosis hospital. A few rep-
resentatives of the club traveled to Dallas in March to attend the
state-wide convention of Future Nurses.
Left to Right J Fancher S Steele
Davis M Mangum L Garretson D
Officers: M. Buttler, Secretary-Treasurer
M. Jones, Program Chairman, M. Newcom-
er, Corresponding Secretary, and M. Binz
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Jane Bruner, Sponsor
Members of the Sensor Y Teens an orgamzatnon assocnated
wuth the Y WC A stnve to promote world fellowshnp and welfare
among the young women of today and tomorrow Captam
Matheny and other guest speakers have talked to the gurls on
ways by whlch they mlght achleve thus goal
Evelyn Patton and Able Epstem
pose tween the great Ozark
mountams un the background for a
lovely weddln picture The Sadle
Hawknns Dance as a favorate among
Seated Left to Right B Merrell
Treasurer L Kauffman Vnce Pres:
dent A Wooten Secretary Stand
Ing N Blchsel Sergeantat Arms
J Easley Chaplam
Members Flrst Row D Rcuney P Goodwin M Thompson S Shoemaker Second Row
B Magel A Hcrrungton C Colvert Thlrd Row J Conley C Mochts M Redford M
Tumey Fourth Row E Nowlun L Soothoff cmd C Blagg
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First Row, Lefi fo Right E Foster, B S1tes,J Bnrkenmeyer, J Brcnesucke, N Horn Second Row M
Pegg, M Vordenbcum, D Gaston, D Richardson, D McDcmueIs Third Row J Moore, J Bacon, M
Rock, I Frosuer, and D Boothe
To help buuld stronger character and to develop
more desnrable trans for young ladues ns the goal of
the Jumor and Sophomore Y Teens
As a snster organnzahon of the Semor Y Teens the
Junnor and Sophomore group successfully sponsored the
annual Sadie Hawkuns Dance nn November and sold
valenhnes un February
Seated B McCampbell C Kusenberger K James
Standing D Gibson L Scharem f' Kusenberger and
Junlor Offlcers J Bell Vnce Presudent J Lewns Pres:
dent Sophomore Officers J Waldrop V1cePres1dent
J Black Presxdent Mrs M Spucer Sponsor
Dansy Mae gotcha Lu l Abner'
Seated A Crowell O Pomeroy K Cas
per Standing A Lykms D Barr M
Hardy S Evans M Schreiber and C
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Seated: N. Middleton, L. Sonnier, J. Owings, L. Wade, M. Nonmacher,
B. Holt, K. Knowles. Middle Row: C. Taylor, K. Rock, D. Franklin, C.
Yoast, C. Mechel, D. Harvey, G. Bankhead. Back Row: D, Booth, S.
Crow, E. Brown, B. McCrary, W. Wickliffe, B. Smith, and K. Welch.
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Seated: J. Merz, M. Trimmings, B. Jacobs, N. Weaver, F. Leonard, S.
Bomer, J. Edwards. Middle Row: J. Storm, P. O'Neil, J. Dillard, K.
Peper, S. Hayes, K. Hill, E. Cody. Back Row: B. Phillips, M. Mangum, M.
O'Nave, L. Redding, B. Wendell, and J. Hodges.
Seated: C. Cordova, N. Williams, S. Stamps, P. Coggeshall, M. Lewis, J
Owings, E. Patton. Middle Row: I. Brown, M. Reed, M. Palmore, M
Donnell, M. Tokoly, A. Johnson, M. Cassidy. Back Row: J. Cunningham
M. Cameron, D. Sites, G. Davis, J. Fancher, and M. Krause.
nn fA gra cle
Under the guidance of their home sponsors, Mrs. Vernon Crawford and
Mrs. H. A. Starosta, and their school sponsor, Mrs. Dessa Wright, the Ninth Grade
Y Teens have advanced toward their goal during the past year. This group of
girls have set before them Christian ideals of personal and social living.
Left to Right: J. Hamrick, Parliamentar- Left to Right: H. Mattke, O.
ian: C. Wallis, Secretary: A. Moore, Kosub, J. Winkler, B. Witt, and P.
Treasurer: C. Gregory, Vice-President, head.
and R. Moore, President.
Seated, Left to Right: C. Tampke, C. Nicholson, M. Lange,
C. Dieke. Standing: W. Stanford, G. Ewing, A. Kovacs,
and D. Korchoff.
Seated, left to Right: J. Wolff, L. McDaniaI, D.
ton, C. Clarke. Standing: M. Gillum, P. Finley, and P
Seated, Left to Right: S. Oliver, M. Tope, R. Beyer, Seated, Left to Right: J. Benavides, M. Fried, T.
and J. Lynch. Standing: B. Hopkins, C. Adkins, Koppa, D. Seay. Standing: M. Schmidt, R. Sta-
S. L. Felty. rosta, B. Olfers.
Mrs. Dessa Wright
Left to Right: G. Jordan, L. Mitchell, C.
M. Busch. Standing: D. Dean, R. Craw-
Seated, Left to Right: K. Little, G. Voges, B. Rog-
ers, P. Teague. Standing: S. Layton, S. Garrison,
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Jerilynn Brooks, Vie?-'Presh
dent, and Penny Bickerstaff,
Acting as a service organization, the Eighth
Grade Y-Teens sponsored several events during
the year. Benefit dances were given in De-
cember and March, which made it possible for
members to support an orphans' home at Christ-
mas and prepare Easter baskets for the chil-
Projects such as these enable Y-Teens to ac-
complish their aim by promoting Christian fel-
lowship among the students and to practice bet-
ter understanding through Christian teachings.
Mrs. Marion Powell,
of the Eighth Grade Y-Teens
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First Row, Left to Right: C. Hoffman, Sgt.-at-
Arms, S. Hall, Secretary, C. Clark, Treasurer,
E. Forester, Program Chairman, M. A. Schmid,
Service Chairman, and N. Harrison, Social
First Row, Left to Right: J. Schreck, M. Horn, B
J. Mudd, V. Baker, H. Houston, M. E. Shaner,
and M. Ratliff. Second Row: J. Sanson, M. Jor-
dan, L. Harbin, C. Hudgins, M. Castro, P. Rat-
liff, E. Pierce, and P. Wooten.
First Row, Left to Right: G. Briggs, C. Rosser, L
Allen, F. Stenberg, H. Leonard, and V. Pence
Second Row: B. Thomas, C. Cherry, R. Bigley, P
Gogan, L. Levy, and J. Kresch. Third Row: S
Sclchs, S. Haley, S. Sanford, J. Balshaw, S
Schwarz, and R. Franka.
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The E-Club is an honorary organization open to boys who have lettered in a varsity sport at Edison High.
During the year, the group purchased track equipment and provided programs for home football games Under
the sponsorship of Coach George Forehand an initiation was held at Y Camp for the new members
First Row Left to Right K Anderson G Elwell D Kustner S Hopkins Second Row J Veltman E Lindsay B
Miller B McLoughlin Third Row J Van Dyke R Harris L Thompson H Dietert Fourth Row B Hamrnck D
Frenling G Madray F Bonam Fifth Row C Straughan A Boss L Franklin J Fmche
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Villareal Vice President discuss sports activities
The Junior High "E" Club members encourage
school citizenship, promotion of good sports on
and off the field, and civic pride. This organiza-
tion is made up of boys who have lettered in
sports in Junior High School.
The club takes an active part in services
around the school and sponsors a dance once
Officers of the club are David Avery sergeant
at arms Reporter John Dalton Treasurer Ralph
First Row J Kent R Kellogg M Hernandez R Jones Second Row G Schwinge W Shockey
N Thompson R Rvas Third Row B Mangum P Dominguez J Stark S Denton Fourth Row
J Palfreyman A Cortese K Cornett E Poindexter
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First Row C Beckley R Boker B Campbell
Second Row J Kouser G Gerber G Merz R
Bnrd Thlrd Row J Boyers C Chrcne W Parr
Flrsl' Row H Wear D Rnchards B Farrar S Vraden
burg L Enderlm Second Row R Hclmmell E R h
cards P Johnson D Keller G Black R Pratchett
First Row B Smith E Snvek J Terrell J Pozoreo C Covcrrubnas Second Row C Kmsey J
Moreno B Sheldon T Edwards J Ward Third Row W Reeve B Plfers J Hcrdwlck D Sccr
borough R Gardner
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Mrs. Rosalie Foster, Sponsor,
check on the files of the future
Membership of the Business Club is comprised of students in office practice
or advanced typing classes. The organization has been of great service to
many through its proiects.
Working as assistants to teachers throughout the year in typing, stenciling
and other office work, club members receive practical business experience
Outstanding students of the club are given honorary gold pins for their work
During the open house held at Edison in the fall, the Business Club dem
onstrated some of the latest business machines.
Seated: Marguerite Vordenbaum,
Treasurer. Standing: Janie Moore, Vice-Pres:
Seated: P. Anderson, G. Barrett, C. Daniels, E.
Foster, J. Conley. Standing: M. Bennett,, S. Boe-
mecke, F. Farris, D. Gaston, C. Blagg, H. Clarke,
and J. Bell.
dent, and Judy McClain, Reporter, are the ef
Seated: T. Lanier, D. Miller, J Lewis, B. Nations, L. Howard
Standing: B. Williams, L. Saathoff, G. Reicherzer, J. Krause, R
Whitehead, and W. Hilliard.
The main obiective of the Spanish Club is to work as a
service organization among the Spanish-speaking people of
our community. An Easter Party was given for the children
of the Whosoever Community Housep clothing was also pro-
vided for the needy children. This club is sponsored by Miss
President Arnold Coker reviews the Spanish
dictionary with Miss Sayles Sponsor and Mar
gie Mundy Vice President
Seated B Chanack N Bishsel R Briones D Hill N Langworthy Standing
M Deleon F Tafolla J Muller B Langston V Jackson O Pomeroy and E
Officers of the club are J Bernard Chaplain
J Scruggs Secretary Treasurer J Gutierrez
Sergeant at Arms
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Barbara Wyres 1st Vnce Presndent Mary Lewns Pres:
dent and Mona Boles 2nd Vace Presndent are leaders
of the club
Officers and club mothers are Mona Boles Mrs R L
Lewns Mrs Romona Montgomery Sponsor Barbara
Wyres Mrs L C Kunsman and Mary Lewns
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Toward New Hornzons the new motto of all Future Homemakers of
America Chapters expresses a purpose for learning to live better today so that
our future may also be better
The Homemaklng Club under the sponsorshnp of Mrs Romona Montgomery
us made up of gurls an the tenth eleventh and twelfth grades who have com
pleted a year of home economucs
Prolects Include a cake and candy sale sale of Christmas cards and the
sendmg of one box of Chnstmas cards to each patnent of the State Hosputal
The gurls decorated a tree for the chuldren of Hndalgo School at Chrnstmas
Left to Right L Sonmer M Cassndy D Sutes M Comer Tomorrows future Ines un the hands of today's youth
on S Stamps N Muddleton and G Tnpton Left to Rlght M Hardy A Lykms M Schrueber C
Croft J Owmgs and K Casper
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garments made in homemaking classes. McCrary, and G. Rotan.
Kneeling, Left to Right: M. Nomnacher, L. Wade,
C. Kuesenberger, and
Gibson and J. Owings.
Standing, Left to Right: B. Jacobs, J. Duecker, M. O'Nave,
and B. Phillips. Kneeling: C. Yoast.
Scharein. Standing: D.
Left to Right: F. Leonard, J. Black, C. Hemby, S. Evins
and P. Franklin. 155
Left to Right Senlor Officers R Smotherman Parlnamentaruan
J Fox Presldent Mr A Huberfus Sponsor
C Magee Treasurer R Fmch Vnce Presvdent
L Pence Secretary
Boys nnterested un the general achvmes
relahng to lndustry and students un the
mechanncal drawmg cl a s s e s have or
gamzed thus club to further thenr Interests
Through nfs funchon they promote socual
achvmes un the group and nncrease thenr
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Fnrst Row Leff to Right B Shoemaker M Carroll M Blackman L Sansom D Bergmann C Postlewanfe
J Everm G Mulls S Skmner Second Row J Dallmann B Jushce J Walker D Durham R Jackson L
Bergman G James A Prenss R Lloyd
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roup as well as the senior high school
ake up the membership of this organiza-
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Vice President Mr A Hubertus Sponsor L Schumann Pres:
dent C Pennington Parlnamentarian
First Row Left to Right L Metze G Mulhern L Mangum G Jordan N Burney P Montgomer O
Perez B Simpson W Kuhn Second Row B Keupn L Bode Third Row P Brown R Loenning D
King J Peterson R Griffis S Martin M Reogaer W Echols R De La Garza H Martinez J De
Smith S Kovacs J Struplin J Bevers C Beakley J Cisco J Streater D Cavin J Anderson Fourth
Row B Lindemann R Key A Rohus R Oakes K Smith W Jaroskewskl R Beck K Kreidel L Cole
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"Honesty, lndustry, and Service" is the motto of
the Vocational Industrial Club, a state-wide organiza-
tion 'formed by the boys and girls working and study-
ing in the industrial training classes of the public
schools of Texas. The members worked in conjunc-
tion with the Audio-Visual Education Club to build
a new movie proiector for the auditorium. The VIC
will be responsible for maintaining and repairing
The latter part of April, delegates attended the
state convention at Ball High School in Galveston,
Gfobei ten T-
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Training received by members of this organization
a good background for those who are plan-
to enter the field of electronics after high school
As a regular part of this training, Morse
and radio theory is practiced regularly. I
Membership in the electronics club enables mem-
s to obtain amateur radio operators licenses.
Mr. Jack Tigrett, Sponsor, and Arvin Schueneman
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J. Hollingsworth, Secretary-Treasurer, T. Wells, Sgt.-at-
Arms, and M. Grobe, Vice-President.
Left to Right: A. Machts, J. Duncan, G. Dasbach, R. Left to Right: L. Winder, H. Dapeer, J. Brown, D. Janota
Kreutiziger, V. Bratton, and P. Flathouse. B. Standish, and W. Harvey.
The Audio-Visual Club is under the sponsorship
of Mr. "Lindy" Burgess. The members, including
both boys and girls, are licensed and trained to
operate, protect, and service all visual aids equip-
ment. As a result, repair bills have been cut. Set-
ting up projectors, screens, microphones, and mak-
ing announcements over the Centralized Sound
System are also among the many duties which
this club performs.
The cooperation of the faculty has been a key
factor in the success of the club.
Seated: J. Rotan, J. Mason, K. Smith, C. Snow, R. Loughlin.
Standing: R. Rawls, R. Steelhammer, K. Wieters, R. Riley,
and D. Karnes.
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Assisting Arnold Coker, president, with the announc
ments of the day is Mr. Burgess, sponsor.
Junior High officers are, Seated: P. Sorrels, secretary,
G. Zimmerman, president. Standing: B. Roy, vice-
president, A. Resendez, parliamentarian, J. Saroz,
Senior High officers are: D. Hipp, sergeant-at-arms,
C. Becker, treasurer, and C. Cowan, secretary.
E Whitehead M Hendrux L Wulhams J Cum Seated R Grona J Hendrnx J Duncan S Hernan
D Danes and D Klefforth Standlng D Moll dez R Ayala R Denney Standmg L Black J
R Schultz E Morrns J Everltt J Dechert Snvnk D Brant D Casper J Schlottmann C May
Ber1GVidC1S, R. R0beI'?S, G. VGHSPOCLW, J- Ed- Seated: R. Noah, G. Willoz, H. Cox, T. Edwards, D
Gnd R. WYCL19- Sfdndingi C. COCLUGH, J- TL10mP- Bergmann. Standing: G. Dashbach, G. Ott, H. Harris,
L. Winder, D. Lueders, and R. Henderson. D, Durham, H. R. Stribling, J. Everly.
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Flrst Row M Montgomery B Rowland L Thompson J Long Second Row L Black J Slvek,
D James J Landray Third Row J Brown J Dorbandt K Hassell Fourth Row B Steelham
mer C Schulze J Keller D Lueders
To create mauntam and extend through
out the school and community a hugh stand
ard of Christian character ns the purpose of
the Hu Y club The name oragmated from
an abbrevuated combmatuon of Hugh School
and the Young Mens Chrustlan Assocaahon
HI Y nmplues Chrustlannty an the school, whuch
the club struves to cultivate
Edusons H1 Y has undertaken two club
prolects thus year The prolects bemg a do
nation to the World Servnce an orgamzatuon
deslgned to help underprnvnleged people m
forengn countrnes and also a donatnon to the
Northsnde YMCA for the purchase of gymna
Seated G Scarborough Presadent B Whnte
Sponsor J Veltman V1cePresldent Standing
R Harris Sergeant at Arms M Medlock Chap
Iam J Stamps Secretary P Sarran Treasurer
V Peters Asslstant Secretary
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First Row W McDonough, G Jacobs, B Center, G Moore, P Wnlson Second Row R Kistner,
Pat Wulson, J Van Dyke, R Davalos Third Row T Parker, N Dyke, D Pugh, E Wong Fourth
Row: B Muller, J MaGowan, E Thlele, E Farrell.
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Flrst Row M Blackman B Rogers D Gabrnel H Shell Second Row H Menhennett J Roton J
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Snnce the Sensor Hu Y has become so popular
rt has been subduvuded unto thus specnal new
group for Sophomores Thus new addntnon to the
Hr Ys of Amernca ns puttmg forth every effort
to uphold and further the same hrgh standards
and prmcuples of the Hu Y clubs here and all
over the country Eduson has three H: Y clubs
whnch are benefntmg theur school by worknng
toward their goal of sound morals ganned
Officers Seated Joe Granato Secretary Gary
Keller Parluamentaruan Jummy Phnllnp Treas
urer Standlng Claude Fest Presudent Davud
Aylesworth Vnce Presndent Wayne Frerlnng Ser
geant at Arms Lonnle Pence Chaplann
First Row , Saathoff, W Snmmons, C Evans Second Row S Busby, L Carter, J
Dallman, Y Sansom Third Row G Durst, J Rnolas, R Grona, D Karnes Fourth Row D Brant,
C Sntchler, E Harvey,L Center
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Donna Thorman sponsor review music
for forthcoming program
First Row, Left to
Right: M. Tope,
K. Daves, J. Day,
H. Rayborn. Sec-
o n d R o w: L.
Grona, K. Massie,
S. Lamp, N. Lang-
worthy. T h i r d
Row: G. Davis,
J. Rust, J. Wil-
liams, R. Chatten,
G. Gerke, S. Berg,
K. Hill, R. Beyer,
and P. Milam.
Seated, Left to Right: L. Williams, Secretary, J
Stringer, Historian, K. Creech, Librarian, M
Tumey, Treasurer. Standing, Left to Right: G
Davis, Reporter, E. Johnson, Librarian, G. Gerke
Sgt.-at-Arms, M. Hardy, Vice-President, J. Wil-
During the year, the organization performed with the San An-
tonio Symphony, the Music Festival, and sang for Baccalaureate
Services. The members look forward to the annual Variety Show,
Christmas, and Easter programs.
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The newly formed Girls' Glee Club specializes in ad- J
vanced choral work. ln order to qualify for this club, mem-
bers must pass an audition test given by the director and
club sponsor, Mrs. Donna Thorman. A good foundation in
music is almost mandatory for gaining admittance to the t
club. The forty-six member ensemble sings for its personal
enioyment and pleasure, but the girls also concentrate on
producing a beautiful and well-balanced tone quality.
Mrs. Donna Thorman, Sponsor, and Mona Boles,
if F". President, discuss club business.
Seated left to Right P Turner Secretary and G John
son Vice President Standing Left to Right B Latson
Chaplain and Pianist and B Walker Treasurer
First Row Left to Right L McGeehee J Friery J Murray K Massue L Nelson C Knight
Cadden J Suttle S Richardson Third Row D Zimmerman J Tyler G Johnson P Reagan
Clark B Walker F Singleton E Filley Fourth Row N Rector S Hubbard M J Baver E
Moore L J Ernst B Wyche L Floyd K Trammel G Tipton
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The Speech Club is composed of forty mem-
bers ofthe high school group who must maintain .
a C average. r
Activities for the year included the Carnival
Variety Show and Christmas Assembly produced
with the Choral Club. Four one-act plays were
also given-Marriage Wows, Echo, Rope, and
Nobody Sleeps. Several off-campus plays were
attented as theatre parties.
Officers of the club are: M. Hope, Reporter, B. Stark, Presi-
dent, V. Carroll, Treasurer. Standing: B. Wehmeyer, Ninth
Grade Representative, Miss Arlene Cortez, Sponsor, Y.
Fischer, Vice-President, C., Spenser, Secretary, A. Epstein,
Senior Representative, N. Phillips, Junior Representative.
Members, First Row, Left to Right:
M. Snort, G. Sivelc, J. Day, J. Cantu,
M. Rioias, E. Moore. Second Row:
A. Hardin, B. Smith, M. Board, B.
Brown, J. Bell, R. Morris. Third
Row: R. Garza, B. Ruecker, P. Fair-
child, D. Sapp, B. Miller, J. Thomp-
son. Fourth Row: R. Goyon, J. Hig-
gins, W. LaVelIe, L. Teague, R. Bird.
Fifth Row: G. Thomas, A. Cortese,
E. Bain, J. Benson, J. Carter, and N.
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Under the sponsorshup of Mr Dalglush Edu
son s Amerncan Hnstory and Clvlcs nnstructor the
Unuted States Hustory Club was formed several
years ago Thus organization consists of young
men and women of the social studues classes
who are eager and wnllung to learn more about
thenr country theur government and what thenr
freedom really stands
Among the many prolects and actnvmes of
the club were the Student Faculty basketball
game the club dance nn Aprsl and the plcnuc an
Officers of the club are Seated R Alexander
Corresponding Secretary S Boemecke Treas
urer F Saxton Hlstoruan and C Rylander Re
cordmg Secretory Standing B Hall Chaplann
V Peterson Correspondung Secretary W Mc
Donough Audutor G Jacobs Sergeant at Arms
Officers, left to Right Ida Zuttle, Vuce Presldent
George Moore, Junnor President, Alan Ludvug
sen, Sensor Presndent, and Path Stroud, Vuce
First Row: M. Scarborough, B.
Schmidt, S. Rothe, S. Tondre, A.
Tally, S. West, S. Stuart, L. Wil-
liams, M. Schneider. S e c o n d
Row: V. Wegeman, R. Tomlin, D.
Sarran, C. Tindel, F. Wright, P.
Wilson, G. Reicherzer, J. Scruggs,
J. Stringer, S. Richardson. Third
Row: E. Wong, B. Rowland, C.
Schulze, R. Underwood, E. Thiele,
First Row: S. Lamp, N. Langs
worthy, J. Power, J. Lewis, E.
Moore, M. Madray, J. Pacetti, M.
Peters, P. Payne. Second Row:
B. Nail, E. Monahan, J. McGow
an, C. Lansford, M. Medlock, J
Keller, G. Phillips, J. Postel, G
Quesenberry. Third Row: I. Pos
tel, M. Montgomery, P. Kelly, J
Long, and R. Patterson.
First Row: K. Brown, E. Coats,
E. Beauchamp, J. Bell, B. Am-
brose, N. Farrar, B. Chanack, J.
Kappleman, S. Crow. Second
Row: J. Bush, N. Ersch, G. El-
liot, D. Coryell, K. James, R.
Jung, B. Chatten, K. Davis, P.
Anderson. Third Row: T. Duder-
stadt, K. Colter, J. Austin, J. Gib-
son, E. Farrell, and B. Gonzales.
Skzlls and technxques are secondary to the under
standmg and apprecnatuon of art an the Edison art cle
Through Interest In art and applucatnon of tech
nnque students acquure skulls whuch gave them the
necessary foundatnon for further study
Flrst Row D Moore K Skntzku K Scott Sec
ond Row T Duderstadt R Jung Second Semes
ter Presudent G Elllot
R Fnnch VlcePres1dent Mr D Morris Sponsor R
Smotherland Fnrst Semester Presudent P Murray Sec
Preparung Christmas decorations are D Herms
A Wullmann and C Huxoll
Seated J S Rogers J James R Harms Standmg E
Harvy M Beckman J Bowzer R Ayala
Seated T Cook K Creech H Johnson Standlng H
Scott D Donahue P Szlva S Hernandez
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The Sports Club is organized for the purpose of
providing wholesome recreation during leisure time
for girls who are not members of marching units.
Some of the activities are horseback riding, hiking,
swimming, and tennis.
The girl receiving the highest number of points
for participation receives an award in the Spring.
It is hoped that a knowledge of these sports will
carry over into later life and group participation
will encourage good sportsmanship.
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Julia Cane, Sponsor, discuss the Sports
Seated: Sandy Ford, Treasurer, Pat Tomerlin, Vice-Presi-
dent, Jackie Merz, Secretary. Standing: Odelia Rodri-
quez, Parliamentarian, Orlane Bass, Sergeant-at-Arms.
First Row: T. Bell, B. Noll, E. Moore, M. Krause, J. Baker. Second Row: B. Brown, M. Roberts, Y.
Ayala, C. Meckel, P. Shultz. Third Row: L. Ernst, M. Fried, J. Edwards, E. Cody, E. Patton.
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The purpose of this club is to promote -'I ug
interest in the history of our community, , 9
country, and state. The members have made ' 1 l
studies of historical records and state docu- l J -
ments, they have enjoyed pilgrimages to X
historical places. Students have been ben-
etited by having heard prominent well-in- 'u l' T af
formed citizens lecture on the history of """"'W' N xi e '
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Bill Graham, Vice-President, Novis Massie, Corresponding
Secretary, and Guy Thomas, President, make arrange-
ments to visit historical places.
Each Junior Historian entered a historical writing con-
test sponsored by the Texas Historical Association. Mr.
Bill White, Sponsor, gave many helpful hints.
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Seated: O. Pomeroy, M. Lincecum, D. Means
0. Standing: J. Dorbandt, J. Cunningham, T. Park
K er, and V. Jackson.
4- -- Seated: C. Roberts, R. Jenner, B. Jones. Stand-
ing: F. Franka, and D. Worthington.
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"Save and let your money work for you" is the motto
of this worthwhile organization, the Thrift Club.
Members of the club serve as bank secretaries in their
advisories. The club is associated with the San Antonio
Savings and Loan Association, and the depositors receive
three per cent interest of their savings.
The officers observing the Thrift Club's poster are:
L. Copenhaver, Program Chairman, S. Moore, Sec-
retary, P. Bourland, Treasurer. Second Row: J. Mor-
ris, Vice-President, B. McGowan, Sergeant-at-Arms,
Mrs. Scott, Sponsor, and P. Fleming, President.
First Row: G. Hampton, R. Nicoll, R. Ranzau, L. Wonsik, S. Moore. Second Row
S. Thompson, R. Woods, B. Sheldon, T. Edwards. Third Row: W. Peese, G. Town
send, W. Carrico, and W. Welge.
First Row: J. Kreps, B. Borchers
gomery, B. Lanier, J. Leal, D
Danes. Third Row: R. Deckert
E. Monahan, D. Wong, S. An-
derson. Second Row: R. Mont-
lljoca fiona Z- .xdufo
Members of the Vocatuonal Auto Club are trammg to become
mechanlcs They are taught by Mr Larry Marchak sponsor of
Funds were ransed to attend the VIC convention at Galveston
by a cake sale paper druve and a scrap metal drnve
Mr Larry Marchak
Vocational Auto Shop teacher
and Club sponsor
Seated left to Rlght B Vnce Presudent Q Mora
sgy President R Lltchenberg Secretary Standing G
Elwell Sgt at Arms J Sandell Sgt at Arms
Furst Row left to Right M Clark B Hnnton A Boss H Zuegler V Harrell R Shockley T Murray
Second Row G Wulke T Farrnsh J Strawn D Tedford C Magee N Seffel T Johnson R
Lloyd B Gibson R Grisham J Flncke and D Harkms
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The Safety Patrol Club which was organized early un
the year plays an nmportant part here at Edison Members
place sngns on Eduson and Colonual Drnves at 3 20 P M to
help direct traffnc and prevent congestnon They also pamt
the strnpes which mark parkmg places
P Peters J Schul H Martinez K Kreldel M Kagan
and O Perez painted the curbs as thenr prolect
Seated: J. Vauter, K Hlllburn, D Cloninger, V Kurk, J Scott
Second Row J Streater, T Sheldon, D Reese, H Adams
Thifd Raw: D Smllh, C Wyatt, R Hubner, D Sheppard.
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The Edison Scout Club is a club for boys in the seventh
eighth, and ninth grades, all belonging to or interested in the
Boy Scouts of America, although the club itself is not a com-
posed troop. The boys all participate in the regular scout work
and follow the motto and creed of the Boy Scouts of America.
Every week a committee of five boys raise and lower the
school flag. The study of Morse Code and the practicing of
5 first aid are also among the interests of the club.
Seated: J. Ward, Secretary, and D. Keller, Vice-
President. Standing: D. Richards, Treasurer, and
B. Farrar, Sergeant-at-Arms.
First Row, left to Right: B. Willmann, El Richards, W.
Park, G. H. Daves, J. Parson, M. Swafford, D. Caruthers.
Second Row: R. Hammell, J. Boyers, T. Meeks, A. Flem-
ing, B. Darling. Third Row: J. Bennett, E. Center, J. Day,
D. Roach, D. Sheppard, W. Hankinson, R. Baker, J. Saro,
and P. Johnson.
First Row, left to Right: G. Gerber, G. Gaston, T. Casey
J. Leon, B. Keane, R. Keenen, J. Kaiser. Second Row
R. Wright, G. Tyan, R. Robinson, C. Harper, l.. Williams,
J. Terrell, B. Kessler, B. Davis, T. Hagan, T. Morene, and
Joe Carroll Rust
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phonograph w h IC h first
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public mind The total cost of the
tirst phonograph was S18 After hav
mg recorded a verse his voice began to
miracle of the phonographs birth was achieved in
T878 Today Americas youth with the phonograph in
full swung enloys the many activities which the talking ma
chlne has made possible
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arise eerily from the spinning cylinder. The
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The Fort Sam Houston NCO Club was the scene of the
annual Black and Gold Prom on Wednesday, November 23,
1955. The Prom was sponsored by the Pep Squad. L. D. Harris
and his band provided the music.
Betty Kirkland, one of
and Kirk Grubb, an ex-
Edisonite, e n i o y the
"dreamy" music of L. D.
Dorothy Rainey, another
cheerleader of Edison,
and Larry Franklin, an
Edison bear, smile hap-
pily as the Grand March
climaxed the events of
Sue Thompson, an assistant cheerleader, and
Putty Sarran, one of our co-captains, 'Follow
through in the Grand March.
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Jan Bell and Bob Wilson pose for the cam-
era. The cake in the foreground was
decorated by Mrs. Nations.
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Bobbette McCampbell and Bobby Chcltten Phyllss Goodwin and Kenneth Anderson
The Sweetheart Prom sponsored by the
Sensor Student Councnl was held at Shadowland
on February 18 1956 Approxnmcltely 100
couples danced to the musnc of L D Harris and
hns band from 8 30 untul 12 OO
Our valentme Betty Taylor and Jerry Wulluams
Nancy Muddleton and Charles Morlsey Pat Pruitt and Don Frelllng
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Milly Harris ...
Dolly King ...
June Blodgett ....
Henry fHankJ Ward
Gilbert Bischoff . . .
Robert Harris ..
Play Cast, First Row, Left to Right: M. Thompson, M.
Scarborough, C. Calvert, D. Rainey, J. Conley, and
J. Brashears. Second Row: J. Quill, S. Hopkins, J. Wil-
liams, G. Boerner, S. Williams, T. Koonce, and J. Rust.
Third Row: B. Hamrick and B. Wilson.
"Congratulations, Miss Harris, for
your s p l e n d i d performance in
'Woman of Destiny'."
"Milly of the Movies," the three act comedy presented by the class
of 1956, might well be titled "A Star is Born." The story concerns a
young, Middle-western girl who goes to Hollywood to crash the movies
only to meet with one disappointment after another until she is finally
forced to accept a position as a seamstress for a famous dress designer.
Milly keeps her troubles from her family successfully until her young
brother comes to Hollywood, bringing his fiancee and her millionaire
parents to meet his "Famous" sister and her celebrity friends.
"Well! Well! Well! l shore am happy to meet up with yo
Francois Dupree. . .
Leila Day ..
Mrs. Hicks .........
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. . . Janie Conley
. . . Carol Calvert
Hicks . .. ........ Bill Hamrick
.. Marsha Scarborough
. . . . Bob Wilson
Play Crew, First Row, Left to Right: K. Kane, J. Easley
J. Birkenmeyer, and S. Easley. Second Row: L. Frank
lin, A. Boss, and K. Anderson.
The Hicks family in Hollywood
Take off zat dress'
Milly cleverly arranges a dinner party at her apartment for her
guests and includes celebrities, too. However, these famous people,
played by some of her movie "extra" friends, fail to appear at the last
minute, and Milly is in despair. Just when Milly is ready to confess and
tell all, three famous stars and their producer appear and save the day.
When Milly meets the producer, it leads to a starring role in his fabulous
production, "Woman of Destiny" and their marriage.
Membership in the P-T.A. reached a total of 1043 this year at
Edison. The parents helped to achieve a closer relationship between
Mrs. E. C. 'fschiedel home and school through their co-operation and participation.
president Projects and activities for the year included participation in the
Fall Carnival, the establishment of a fund for needy students, work
with the City Council, and a commencement dance and breakfast
for the Seniors.
Advisory Mothers, First Row, Left to Right: Messrs. L. E. Tally, J. R. Brown, G. Medlock, W. Gar-
rison, A. W. Brown, J. L. Roberts, D. Darling, O. H. Asher, C. R. Stuart. Second Row: Messrs.
J. E. Kirkland, W. Center, V. E. Nelson, V. Crawford, G. Avery, C. W. Stroman, C. Garner, L.
Jecks. Third Row: Messrs. B. E. Massey, H. A. Meyer, H. A. Starosta, C. E. French, L. R. Ayles-
worth, W. O. Durst, R. Wehmeyer. Fourth Row: W. H. Gibson, B. Anderson, J. Hamell, A. W.
Burns, F. M. Evans. Fifth Row: C. Straughan, R. A. Davalos, T. D. Hemby, H. G. Gold, and S. A.
Bergmann. Sixth Row: E. Koppa, E. Van Kleef, R. Weaver, J. L. Copenhaver, G. Schneider,
and V. O. Fritze.
Lefi to Rnght Messrs R Wade Treasurer E Tschnedel Presndenf H Schramm Vlce President and
R Hall Secretary
Tschuedel R A Hall R Wade F Ludvugsen E Von Scheele A W Brown Second Row E H
Bergmann J Van Dyke V Crawford G W Black W N Garrnson B J Kusenberger Thlrd
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'I955 FOOTBALL SCHEDULE
Captcuns of the I955 56 Golden Bears football team are Don Freulmg Charles
Scxrron ond Andy Boss
Mr Murvm Greer
B Team Coach
Mr Patrlck Shannon
Mr Paul McCarIey
Mr Weldon Forren
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Bottom Row Edward Harvey Eddne Van Dyke Larry Franklnn Joe Van Dyke Edward Lnndsay Ken
neth Anderson Gales Madray and Lanny Thompson Middle Row Jerry Wnllnams Mgr Bully Center
Wayne Freulnng Melvm Medlock Johnny Veltman Douglas Kustner Hal Fueseler Jared Stamps
Journeyang to Aluce for the opener of the 1955 season
the Bears threw a scare unto a team destnned to fnnush hugh
an the state Alnce edged the Bruuns 14 12
By defeatmg Kungsvnlle 25 6 the Bears started on a fuve
game undefeated strung Segum was the next vnctum and they
fell 25 0 At the Homecomung, the Bears downed msghty
Vlctorua 26 7 After an off week, the Bruuns turned back the
New Braunfels Umcorns 14 6, nn a hard fought contest
On the 22nd of October the Golden Bears entered Alamo
Staduum, confudent of a vlctory over the fured up Bulldogs
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Marvin Greer Jimmy Allen, Lonnie Pence, Julius Fincke, Bill Hamrick, Head Coach Patrick Shannon
Gene Elwell Don Freiling, Andy Boss, Charles Sarran, Coach Weldon Forren, and Patrick Shannon Jr
from Burbank. After this 27-27 tie, the Bears were virtually
knocked out of the district title race. The Bears recuperated
with a strong 35-O triumph over Central Catholic.
Winning was momentarily stunned by a strong Harlandale
team 26-7, to almost destroy all hopes for a district title.
The Bruins, however, displayed championship form with an
impressive 52-6 victory over Alamo Heights.
To climax the Bears' successful football season, they beat
the Tivy Antlers of Kerrville decisively by a 34-O count.
Johnny Veltman QB Andy Boss Tackle
All Cnty All Cnty
All Dnsfruct 2nd Team All Dnstrucf
Quarterback Club Lmeman
of the Year
Edward Lindsay-Guard Charles Sarran-End
2nd Team All-District 2nd Team All-District
Don Frelllng Center
2nd Team All Cnty
2nd Team All Dlstrnct
Joe Van Dyke Back
2nd Team All Cnty
Bull Hamrlck End
2nd Team All Cnty
Honorable Mention All State
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Bill Hamrick, 6-3,
195, Sr. End
Coach Pat Shannon's Bears came
home for the opening home game of the
year after being beaten in the initial
season game 14-12 by a strong Alice
team. The Bears won their first game
by decisively defeating Kingsville 25-6.
This was only the second time in
eight outings that the Bears had
beaten a District 8-AAA team.
Leading the Bear attack was quarter-
back Johnny Veltman, who scored
three touchdowns. Joe Van Dyke tallied
another and Edward Lindsay kicked the
point after to conclude the Bears' scoring.
Jared Stamps and Helmuth Dietert
sparked the defensive secondary by each
picking off a Kingsville pass. Out-
standing on the Bear forward wall were
Julius Fincke and Larry Franklin.
Giles Madray and Don Freiling were
impressive on offense.
Julius Fincke, 6-l
250, Jr. Tackle
Jared Stamps, 5-9,
155, Sr. Back
Veltman sprints around end as Boss blocks Kingsville back
Lanny Thompson, 6-1,
185, Jr. Guard
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165, Sr. Back
Veltman races past three Seguin defenders.
Larry Franklin, 5-11,
155, Sr. End
Edison opened its 1955 7-AAA action by
downing the Seguin High Matadores 25-O.
Leading the Bear attack was Joe
Van Dyke, who tore the Matadore line
to shreds. Joe scored the first touchdown
on a 15-yard iaunt. He also had a fine
45-yard scoring scamper called back
on a clipping penalty. Jared Stamps
tallied the second marker in the second
quarter with a one-yard plunge. Late in
the first half, Johnny Veltman
passed to Bill Hamrick on the 20.
Bill carried the pigskin to the six where
he lateraled to Stamps for the score.
Hal Fiesler climaxed the scoring with a
run of three yards in the final period.
Stalwarts in the offensive line were
Andy Boss, Lanny Thompson, and
Ed Lindsay. The defensive standouts were
Charles Sarran and Gene Elwell.
165, Jr. QB
Andy Boss 6 2
185 Sr Tackle
Eddie Van Dyke attempts extra point against Victoria.
Johnny Veltman, 5-11,
Wayne Freiling, 5-8,
170, Soph. Guard
Edison's Golden Bears, ranked sixth in
the state, met one of the teams des-
tined to finish high in the 7-AAA
standings, the Victoria Stingarees.
Coach Pat Shannon's boys were
never in higher spirits for any game.
The Bears started fast and had Victoria
down 20-0 at half time. ln the
last minutes of play the
Bruins got their final tally. Victoria scored
their only touchdown in the third quarter.
Final score-EDISON 26, Stingarees 7.
Leading the scoring for the Bears was
Gene Elwell. Gene caught a pass
from Johnny Veltman and traveled
64 yards to score in the second quarter.
In the last minute of play he scooped
up a fumble and raced 25 yards to
score the Bears' last marker. Early
in the first quarter Johnny Veltman
scored on a fine 45-yard run, and Joe
Van Dyke also scored on a
two-yard plunge in the same period.
Bill Hamrick converted twice to conclude
The Bruins' biggest asset in the contest
was the tight defense, which held the
mighty Stingarees' rushing attack
to less than one hundred yards.
Eddie Van Dyke, 6-0,
155, soph. QB
Edward Lindsay, 5-8, Giles Madray, 5-10,
185, Sr. Guard 175, Sr. Tackle
After the Edison Bears spotted
the New Braunfels Unicorns a 6-0
lead, they roared back to a narrow 14-6
triumph. Early in the ball game, a
Veltman pass was picked off and re-
turned for ci touchdown, the Bears'
work was cut out for them.
Just before the half, Johnny Veltman
crossed over the goal line on
a sneak of one yard. Bill Hamrick
kicked the first of his two extra points
to put the Bears ahead. In the fourth
quarter, Joe Van Dyke dashed 35 yards
to insure the victory for the Bears.
New Braunfels' two deepest threats
were extinguished by center Don
Freiling who intercepted two passes and
almost broke away for touchdowns
Edison had three scoring opportunities
in the second half, but penalties and
fumbles wiped these from the slate.
The strong Bear defense was led by
Lanny Thompson, Don Freiling,
and Gene Elwell.
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Joe Strawn, 5-10,
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Gene Elwell, 6-0,
175, Sr. Back
Edison's 1955 District 7-AAA title hopes
were all but wiped out when a spirit-
ed Burbank team rallied to
tie the Bears 27-27.
The Bears went into the dress-
ing room at halftime with a 27-6
lead, but, after returning to play the
second half, they found a revived Bur-
bank eleven tired up.
Scoring was evenly divided among
four players. With the ball game less
than three minutes old, Johnny
Veltman traveled 14 yards to score.
Joe Van Dyke ran 42 yards, and Veltman
hit Gene Elwell with a 12-yard toss.
The last touchdown was quite un-
usual. Veltman threw to end
Charles Sarran who
made a catch off a Burbank de-
fender's head and then raced into the
f ,A end zone. Sarran also blocked the
first Bulldog extra point. Bill Hamrick
kicked three extra points.
The Bears had one more chance to
score, but the clock ran out with the
ball on the Burbank one-yard line.
Franklin returns kickoff against Burbank, as Lindsay prepares to
clear the way.
Melvin Medlock, 6-0,
160, Jr. Center
Edison roared back from their tie with
Burbank to smash Central Catholic
35-O. The Bears advanced their season
record to 5-1-1 with this triumph.
Joe and Eddie Van Dyke were the
two who stole the show. Joe
romped for 151 yards on
25 carries and scored the game's
second touchdown on a three-yard
plunge. Eddie, the sophomore brother,
scored two touchdowns. The first was a
kick-off recovery in the end zone, and
his second was a four-yard run.
Johnny Veltman was in complete
control of the game and opened
scoring on a 45-yard iaunt down the
sidelines. Veltman also tossed a
30-yard scoring strike to Gene Elwell.
Bill Hamrick added five extra points
to complete the scoring.
Veltman, the Van Dykes, and Jared
Stamps were the backs who were
responsible for slamming the Button line for
411 yards and 24 first downs.
Andy Boss, Lanny Thompson, Bill Ham-
rick, and Ed Lindsay were the
keys to Edison's stout defense.
Billy Center, 5-11,
165, Jr. Tackle
Edward Harvey, 5-10
160, Soph. Back
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Hal Fieseler, 5-7,
150, Soph. Back
Bi-district hopes, for the Golden Bears
were almost abolished after a loss
to the Harlandale Indians by a
The Bears scored the first time
they got their hands on the ball, with
Johnny Veltman going over from the
15. Bill Hamrick added the point.
From there on the Bears were plagued
with fumblitis. The lndians took
advantage of these errors and turned
them into touchdowns.
Joe Van Dyke led the Bruin attack
by compiling a total of 123 yards. Joe
also had a gallop of 63 yards called
back on a clipping penalty. Spearheading
the line offensively was Andy Boss,
and Jimmy Allen led the defense.
Charles Sarran, 6-0,
155, Sr. End
Douglas Kistner, 5-10
150, Sr. Back
Veltman outruns Harlandale defenders.
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November 11, was no Armistice Day
for Alamo Heights, as Edison
routed the defending champs 52-6.
The first three quarters the Bears scored
every time they got the ball and
had a 45-0 lead at that time.
Johnny Veltman was again the
workhorse, scoring two touchdowns
and passing for another. Veltman's runs
were for 43 and 51 yards and he hit
end Bill Hamrick with a 19-yard scoring
pass. Jared Stamps twisted 11 yards
for the first Bear touchdown with
only minutes gone since the
opening kick-off. Joe Van Dyke added
the last touchdown to the first half with
a 17-yard blast off tackle. The
Bears went into the dressing
room with a 33-O lead.
Coach Pat Shannon emptied his bench
and the little used sophomores and
juniors showed up well, scoring three
touchdowns and holding Heights to
only one. Hal Fieseler plunged two
yards, Edward Harvey caught a pass
for 12 yards and Eddie Van Dyke
scampered three yards to conclude the
scoring. E. Van Dyke and Hamrick
each added two extra points.
Don Freiling, who picked off two passes,
Lonnie Pence, Billy Center, and Wayne
Freiling were defensive stalwarts.
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Manager 155, Soph. Guard Manager
For the fifth straight year Edison
closed out regular season play with
a victory over the Tivy High Antlers of
Kerrville. This year the Bears defeated
the Antlers 34-0 on Tivy's home field.
The initial marker came on
a 33-yard pass from Johnny Veltman to
End Bill Hamrick. Veltman scored the
second on an 18-yard scamper
around right end.
Doug Kistner's recovery ofa Tivy
fumble on the third play of the second
half enabled the Bears to score again.
This time Gene Elwell lugged the leather
for six yards to paydirt. Jared Stamps
supplied the fourth touchdown of
the night on a 26-yard iaunt. Joe Van
Dyke concluded Edison's scoring for
the night on a one-yard plunge. Hamrick
converted four times to bring the scoring
for the 1955 football season to a close.
lntercepting passes that helped put
down Antler touchdown drives were Don
Freiling and Charles Sarran. Freiling
picked off his fifth and Sarran his second.
Graduating seniors watch the curtain fall on their high school
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Edison's High School "B" football team won the district title for
the first time in the school's history. Championships are
not new for Coach Marvin Greer, who last year won the
class "A" northside district title with almost the same group of boys.
Captains of this team were tackle Claude Fest and
quarterback Adolph Delgado. Delgado and tailback Jimmy Payne were the
top scorers of this aggregation. Payne, a converted end, ground out
steady yardage throughout the entire season.
Jefferson and Alamo Heights were the teams that marred a
f perfect season recordf The Cubs lost to Jeff by a 25-0 score and
tied a stubborn Heights team 6-6. However, on the other side of the
fence the Cubs piled up a total of seven wins to go with
the lone loss and tie.
Stalwarts in the much deserving line were end Bill Johnson,
tackle David Aylesworth, centers Stanford Busby and Vernon Sooter.
1, Johnson, Sooter, and Larry Black were the only iuniors on the team.
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Coach Marvin Greer
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Bottom Row: Fidel Tafolla, Eugene Luckett, Les Miller, Dale Gabriel, Joe Rioias, Ruben Briones, and
Adolph Delgado. Middle Row: Coach Marvin Greer, Bill Boyers, Jimmy Phillips, Joe Granato, Jim-
my Frazier, David Aylesworth, Kenneth Saathoff, Larry Black, and Dennis Hickman. Top Row: Gary
Durst, Bill Johnson, Vernon Sooter, Jimmy Payne, Jeff Frederick, Claude Fest, Harvey Turner,
Stanford Busby, Martin Kralik, and Mgr. Wayland Simmons.
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Schwmge Ray Kellogg Alex Cortese Coach Dalton Klaus Top Row Butch Turner Marlo Hernan
dez Pedro Domrnguez Henry Vnllareal Nash Thompson Johnny Dalton Denms Muller Jam Carroll
Bottom Row Jack Terrull Jack Pozero Joe Moreno Aubrey Rolas Chester Knnsey Charles Beakly
Nell Strawn Gary Davns and Dan Scarborough Second Row Charles Casper John Stark Wll
Parks Dennns Richards Pat Johnson Thomas Edwards Bull Darlnng Henry Wear and Davud Schuetter
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amer teve ovacs ul Smuth Pee Wee Rnchards Calvin Chrane Gnlbert Merz
Johnny Boyers Bull Sheldon Robert Harnmel Charles Coverublus Gary Black Steve Vradenburg
and Coach Klaus Top Row Lester Enderlm Bull Farrar Larry Appleby Wayne Reeves Edward Sl
velc, Dee Keller, Robert Baker, Davxd Lnndsay, Done Gabrlel, Gordon Gerber, Ronme Gardner, and
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Edison's six graduating seniors discuss team strategy with Coach McCarley. Left
to Right are: Bill Hamrick, Wayne Aaron, Rudy Davalos, Charles Sarran, Coach
Paul McCarley, Don Freiling, and Fred Bonam.
TROPHIES WON BY 1955-56 TEAM-Left to Right: First
place trophy of Alamo Heights Invitational Tournament,
first place trophy District 7-AAA, and first place trophy
of South San Tournament.
1955-56 Seaton Summary
Edison's Golden Bears enioyed their finest season,
winning twenty-nine and losing five, as compared to last
year's fourteen and fourteen record, and scored 2313 points
to the opposition's 'I8'l'l. The Bears rolled over all com-
petition from the San Antonio area, losing only one game
to a San Antonio team. Coach McCarley's Bears showed
their heels to everyone in district and non-district. This
was a real outstanding team with the five starters being
selected on the All-District teams. Three made first team
and two honorable mention.
The Bears won fourteen straight games and two tourn-
aments, the Alamo Heights and South San, before the
Harlingen Cardinals stopped them in the finals of the San
Antonio Invitational Tournament.
Harlandale and New Braunfels were the only teams
to beat the Bears in district play. The Bears won the district
championship with a fourteen and two record against Vic-
toria's thirteen and three.
Coach Pa ul McCa rley
Again it was the team who defeated the Bears in the S.A.l. tournament, the Harlingen Cardinals who
the Bears met in bi-district and the right to go to the State Meet. Edison defeated the Cardinals 52-46 in the first
of the three game series, but the Harlingen boys took the series with victories of 62-47 and 77-56. Harlingen
was the Nemesis of the Golden Bears, beating them three times out of the five times they were beaten.
Congratulations to Coach Paul McCarley and the Edison Golden Bears.
Front Row, Left to Right: Larry Franklin, Manager, Jimmy Hammel, Richard Kistner, Rudy Dava-
los, Charles Sarran, Domingo Ruiz, George Moore, and Roger Harris, Manager. Back Row, lefi
Io Right: Jimmy Allen, Bill Hamrick, Billy McLaughlin, Fred Bonam, Don Freiling, Wayne Aaron,
and Coach Paul McCarley.
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1st Team ALL-STATE Nalley Morning Newsj
2nd Team ALL-STATE lAssociated Pressj
1st Team All-District Clightj
1st Team All-District CExpress1
1st Team So San Tournament
THSCA All-Star Team
1st Team All-District CLight1
2nd Team All-District fExpress1
1st Team All-District CLightJ
1st Team All-District lExpressJ
1st Team So San Tournament
SCORING FOR THE YEAR
All Season District High Game
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431 206 29
374 154 22
254 125 16
228 132 22
143 68 10
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Ruiz racks up two as tdnson runs away with Burbank game,
Jan. 2-The Bears rolled over the Bulldogs
82-46, as Rudy Davalos and Bill McLaugh-
lin hit 24 and 16 pts. respectively. Davalos
drove past the slower Bulldogs for his
points and McLaughlin got his on tip-ins.
Jan. 24-It was Rudy Davalos again, who
scored 24 pts., that led the Bears past Bur-
bank by the score of 85-57. Bill McLaugh-
lin scored 16 to be the second leading
scorer and Fred Bonam was outstanding
on the boards, gathering quite a few re-
an. 6-Harlandale met and downed the
ears 73-6'l as two of Edison's stars fouled
ut. Rudy Davalos, who scored 20 points
o lead the Bears, and Fred Bonam were the
dison boys who left the game via the foul
an. 27-Edison, led by Rudy Davalos, got
weet revenge over the Indians by the score
76-69. Davalos scored 27 points and
the Bears played as if their lives de-
the outcome of the game. Bill
and Wayne Aaron chipped in
3 apiece to help the cause. The Bears
ahead 70-69 with 35 seconds to go,
Bill Hamrick sank two free throws and
scored four more points to top
Hamrick fires as Davalos, Mclauqhlin, and Sarran wait for result
Dec. 13-Coach Paul McCarley and his Bears
iourneyed to Victoria to meet the Stingarees
in the first district game. Bouncing back from
a 'I3-10 deficit at the end of the first quar-
ter, the Bears, led by Rudy Davalos, who
chunked in 27 points, sank the Patti Wel-
Jan.3'l-Rudy Davalos and "Putty" Sarran
led the Bears to a 62-54 triumph over Vic-
toria. Davalos racked in 23 points and Sar-
ran contributed 'I7 points to the cause.
This win gave the Bears the inside track to
the 7-AAA championship.
Bonam goes high in the air for a rebound against Victoria as
Davalos squeezes past New Braunfels defender for two points.
EDISON-68 New Braunfels-51
EDISON-55 New Braunfels-57
Jan. 9-Rudy Davalos was his usual sharp
self scoring 17 points to lead the Bears past
the Unicorns 68-51. Bill McLaughlin and
Charles Sarran each had 11 points to finish
Feb. 3-The New Braunfels Unicorns threw a
monkey wrench into Edison's championship
hopes, as they downed the Bears 57-55.
Charles Sarran scored 17 points to lead the
Bears and Rudy Davalos scored 13 points to
come in second to Sarran.
I J EDISON-76 Alamo Hts.-58
EDISON-54 Alamo Hts.-48
Sarran and Bonam wrestle ball from Heights player, as Davalos
and Aaron await outcome.
Jan. 17-Edison moved to its sixth win in
seven starts as they rolled over the Mules
from Heights, 76-58. This was the first time
in two years that Edison has beaten Alamo
Hts. It was Rudy Davalos again who paved
the way with 19 points. Wayne Aaron and
Bill McLaughlin aided the cause with 12
Feb. 'l3-Alamo Hts. fell to the Bears for the
second time this year, as the Bears clinched
a tie for the championship with a 54-48
victory. Rudy Davalos, Bill McLaughlin, and
Charles Sarran again paced the scorers.
George M00"e Richard Kistner
n. 20-This was one of the most interest-
g games of the year, as Edison pulled
e of the greatest stalls ever seen at the
adium. Edison went ahead of the Voks
ter halftime and Rudy Davalos held the
ll for close to five minutes until Lanier
me out of its zone defense. Davalos and
ayne Aaron scored 14 and 12 points to
ad the Bears past the Voks 68-40.
b. 16-Edison's Golden Bears wrapped up
e district championship by defeating the
nier Voks by a score of 46-38. The Bruins
ere led by Fred Bonam and Rudy Davalos
ith 'I6 and 15 points respectively. As in
e first game, the Bears elected to stall
til the Voks came out of their zone de-
nse. This stall lasted seven minutes, as
e scoring for each team was held to four
ints in the second quarter.
Davalos drives for two against Lanier as Hamruck and McLaughlin
Davalos goes under the bucket for two against Seguin as Mc-
Laughlin awaits results.
Jan. 12-Kerrville's Antlers felt the wake of
the Golden Bears as they rolled on by the
score of 78-51. Bill McLaughlin, Charles Sar-
ran, and Rudy Davalos scored 17, 17, and
16 points respectively to score almost as
much as the entire Tivy team.
Feb. 6-Edison's Golden Bears continued
their mastery over the Tivy Antlers with a
73-50 victory. Rudy Davalos scored 14
points to lead the Bears. Bill McLaughlin
and Wayne Aaron racked in 12 points
apiece, as Coach McCarley cleared his
We-Ti g 252.3 my ix EDISON-82 Seguin-49
figures as the Bears clobbered Seguin 8
49. Rudy Davalos and Bill McLaughlin eac
scored 16 points, Wayne Aaron 15, Charle
Sarran 12, and Bill Hamrick 10.
Jan. 14-Five Edisonites got into the doubli
Bill McLaughlin racked Seguin 66 29
Seguin. Davalos' 17 and McLaughlin's 1
points were one more than Seguin's entir
Feb. 10-Edison led by Rudy Davalos ani
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"Mac" tries for two, as Bonam and Davalos gaze on.
Roger Harris, Mgr.
The Edison Golden Bears led by Rudy
avalos and Charles Sarran squeaked by
he Harlingen Cardinals 52-46 at Alamo
tadium Gym to take a lead in the best of
hree game series for bi-district. Davalos
it for 22 points, Sarran 13, and Fred
onam, who played a fine last half, hit
to lead the Bears.
Edison 'iourneyed to Harlingen to tie
nd wind up the series in two games, but
he Cardinals downed the Bears 64-49. The
ears. plagued by John Bourg of Harlingen
nd an unusual cold night, could do noth-
right. Fred Bonam, who made 10 straight
throws, and Rudy Davalos led the Bear
ng with 14 and 13 points.
In the final game for the bi-district
and the right to go to the
Meet, our Golden Bears were dropped
the score of 77-56. John Bourg, Harlin-
's All-Stater, paced the Cards with 28
22 in the last half to ruin Edison's
nces. The Bears were only behind 31-
at halftime but failed to hit during the
period and this proved their undoing.
s Sarran had his best night this year
ng 22 points and Rudy Davalos, Edi-
's All-Stater, hit 16 points, but this was
enough to win.
f EDISON-52 Harlingen-46
Larry Franklin, Mgr.
Fred Bonam sinks the last two points for the Bears, as Davalos and
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Alamo Henghts 62
Alamo Henghts 42
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lineeling: D. Miller, H. Villareal, J. Starke, N. Thompson, J. Dalton, E. Poindexter, M. Hernandez. Stand-
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Middle Row, left to Right: F. Tafolla, mgr., J. Van Dyke, G. Jacobs, V. Enderlin, T. Singley, S. Hop-
kins, E. Lindsay, L. Black, C. Sarran, E. Morris. Top Row, Left to Right: Coach Weldon Forren, W.
Aaron, L. Thompson, J. Allen, D. Freiling, E. Van Dyke, C. Becker, Pat Wilson, J. Hendrix, D. Kist
ner, H. Dietert, A. Ludvigsen, V. Sooter, L. Fritze.
Edison's track team, coached by and Houston, Texas Relays, 'I5-AA District Meet, Regional Meet
Coach Weldon Forren, participated and San Antonio Invitational Meet.
in the Hub City Relays, San Antonio r The team was led by Johnny Veltman, Douglas Kistner
Metropolitan Meet, Triangular Meet a Joe Van Dyke, and Charles Sarran and Pat Wilson, co-captains
between San Antonio, Corpus Christi,
COClCh Weldon FOYYGH Douglas Kistner nips Joe Van Dyke at the tape at
222 end of the 220 yard dash in a triangular meet.
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Coach Paul McCarley, Kendall Boles, H. R. Stribling, Larry Franklin, Rudy Davalos, Wayne
Aaron. No! Pictured: Gene Elwell, Bob Wilson, and James Denning.
Larry Franklin and Rudy Davalos, Edison's number one doubles
team fake time out from practice for a picture.
Bottom Row, left to Right: Helen Vernon, Rosemary Whitehead, Pat Tomerlin, Lynda
Grona. Top Row, ,Left to Right: Janice Brashears, Janice Stringer, Betty Noll, Yolanda Her-
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Helen Vernon and Laural Winston warm up in
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to bring hls model to Newark He made many
suggestions for perfecting the tnrst typewriter which q
later became known as the Remington The typewriter
has been one of the outstanding machunes to ease the heavy
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Pachecano and Sons
Partaln s Pharmacy
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Randolph Bus Company
Royal Crown Bottlmg Company
San Antonuo Fence Company
Shaw s Flowers
Shaw s Jewelry
Shep s Food Market
Southwest Offlce Supply
Tau Shan Restaurant
Texas Realty Company
Tap Top Cafe
Uncle Ed s Barber Shop
Van Young s Texaco Serv1ce
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West Avenue Hardware
West Avenue Pet Food
W1nn s Stores
Wolff and Marx
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2126 Fredericksburg Road
STORE NO. 2:
2701 South Presa Street
STORE NO. 3:
1605 Nogalitos Street
STORE NO. 4:
805 So. West Military Drive
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