Tivy High School - Antler Yearbook (Kerrville, TX)

 - Class of 1948

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You may also find quiet and re st in this nature-favored country in pleasant contrast with the hustle and bustle oi everyday liie. Life within the walls oi Tivy andits twelve grades carry us on to higher learning, even asthe winding highways take us from the banks ofthe .crystal cle ar Guadalupe to the lofty hilltops. A plan of study and recreation is conducted in the school in the winter and is continued in the numerous camps for boys and girls in the summer. just as the hill country is noted for its fine woolandrnohair, Tivy is world renowned for its gr e at school spirit and its excellent educational ld go on eternally telling you ab out the great a es of this book you will eed lum We cou outurnthe p g hills. So proc 5 curricu . 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Comparette, Treas- urerg Nlrs. W. A. Sullivan, Sec'y.g Mrs. Fred Burkhardt, PreS.g Mr S. Leo Dttir1ger,ZndV-Pres. umm Shown Qleft to rightj above are the mernbersa ofthe School Board: Roge1'Adkin:'gA.j. lochte, 5ec'y.gGraydon Ivlayfieldg Rudolph Steh- ling, Presidentg Bobbie Baldwing George Call- cott, R. G. McBryde. Q H11 ,N "'-rw. -5 ELEMEN TARY SC HOOI.. This is the first building the students enter on their jour- ney of knowledge. Many happy years are spent here and from the guidance of the efficient a n d understanding teachers they have obtained the basis for their first for- mal knowledge. t he ir JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL Later they journey one step highe r to the junior High School where they con- tinue their textbook learning a s wellas g e tt ing along with their teachers and friends. Soon their day arrives, when they enter the last part of their learning, andthey enter "The SCHOOI..whereYOU should be." ,-.V iiiiii MR. ALLCORN Our school suffereda great loss when our capable and popular principal, Mr. All- corn resigned. He took a deep interest in all school activities and encouraged the Tivy students to do like- wise. We are proud to have had sucha wonderful person for our leader. S '.'-, ,mags s ij 45' MR. DANIELS Mr. T. F. Daniels is the capable and efficient principal of o ur elementary school. He has shown his abilityto manage the school intelligently, pleas- antly and above all, successfully. Un- de r Mr. Daniel's guidance ou r future leaders in hig h school get started off on the right foot. MAE .IEAN BREWER Comme rc1al 1155 Gag. VIRGINIA DUNLAP Dxst Ed CHAMP CALLIHAN Coach L.y4 6' LESLIE COOK Choral 'X CATHERINE FOLGER Librarian f l Q Pc! HARRIET SCOTT GARRETT Am I-hstory MARY DeBAULT Math ,J JOSE PH W. GOSS Biology CLARENCE ' 'ROCKY " RUNDELL Coach Q .- sn..,s..l IJ 1- d E ' Q- JOHN WAGNER - gf Science if ri 0 9, ii .ff JOHN c. 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They are Qback rofwl to rj Marvin Seth, V-Pres., Lo re lle Wright, Reporterg Wilbur McBryde, s 3 1:- at-arms. F ront row fl to rljo Ann Nowlin, Treas.3 lvlike Nlichon, Presidentg and Marilyn Fawcett, Secretary. ,f 9' , ' I" 5 v Q ' "I 5 x if 'E '-' F' , ' Sgx ' u X ., f R 1 lu J 4 AN ' x 14? . l-5' 0 MORRIS ABBOTT Camera Club '48 Football Mgr. '4 6 EARL ANTHONY Dist. Ed. '48 Vice-Pres. '48 GRACE ARREDONDO Band '45-'47 Choral Club '48 Camera Club '47 Music Club '47 H.E. Club '48 MARGARET BALDWIN Tatler '45-'48 Band '45-'48 F'.H.A. '45-'48 Parl. '48 Choral Club '47 JACK ADAMS F.F.A. '46 Camera Club '46 Vice-Pres. Dist. Ed. '48 HENRY ARNECKE Band '44-'45 Dist. Ed. '48 IARRELL BAKER B asketball '47 Science Club '46 Camera Club '48 ELAINE BARNES G.A.A. '48 Antlerettes '48 EDISON BAUER F.F.A. '44-'47 Hisr. '44-'47 Pres. '47 BARBARA BOHN Antlerette s '48 Pe r sonality C lub JOE B RADF ORD Football '44-'48 Basketball '47 Track '46-'48 T Assn. '46-'48 Athletic Club '48 HAROLD BUNCH F.F.A. '44-'47 Reporter '46 Secy. '47 F.F.A. Club '47 GEORGE BIERSCHWALE F.F.A. '47 Dist. Ed. '48 Basketball '48 Jr. Hist. '47 BUD BONNER Football '45-'48 Basketball '46-'48 Track '47 T Assn. '46-'48 Popular jr. Boy AthletiC Club F.F.A. '45 BERNARD BRUNS F.F.A. '48 V.-Pres. '48 Football '48 THOMAS BURKHARDT Band '45-'48 Lib. '47 Captain '48 St. Coun. '45-'48 V.-Pres. '47 Pres. '48 Class Pres. '45 Class V.-Pres. '47 jr. Play Speech Club '48 Pres. Popular Soph. Choral Club '48 Orch. '45 EUGENE CANTWELL Football '45-'48 T Assn. '47, '48 Basketball '46 Track '47 St. Coun. '48 Athletic Club Choral Club F'.F'.A. '45 JAMES RAY CHILES Band '4 6- '48 Science Club DALENE COMPARETTE Band '45-'48 Znd Lt. '46 lst Lt. '47 Drum Major '48 Tatler '46-48 I-LE. '44, '45 SUE DANIE l,. Choral Club '48 Cv.A.A. '48 JOE WARREN CARSON F.F'.A. '42-'46 Sentinal '46' Dist. Ed. Club MARY ANN CHISM F'.H.A. '45-'48 ROSALEE COOK Antlerettes '46-'48 Library Club '48 Choral Club '48 TOM DOWD Dist. Ed. '48 ERNEST INE EVANS Antlerettes '45-'47 Library Club '48 H.E. '45 LAUTHARE F LY Antlerettes '45 Debate Team '46 jr. Play '47 Speech Club '48 Sc. Club '45 THERESA GABLER Antlerettes '44-'48 Treas. '47 Reporter '48 Antler Staff '4 6-'48 Sports Ed. '48 MAE JEAN GILMORE Song 8zStory '47 Band '46, '47 G.A.A. '47, '48 I-LE. '45, '46 aaiafs-V 'E Ai, rl K if-T MARll,YN FAWCETT Orch. '45, '47, '48 Choral Club '45-'48 Antlerettes '46 Sextet '46 Class Secy. '46 Nominee Popular Tatler '48 Secy-Treas. Ir. Play '47 Room Pres. '48 Yell leader '48 IACK FOUQUETTE Band '45-'47 Sc. Club '46, '48 N.H.S. '46-'48 C LARICE GALLOWAY Antlerettes '44-'46 Bugle Sgt. '46 Choral Club '44-'46 I-LE. '45 Dist. Ed. '48 LESTER GRONA Camera Club '48 LORRAINE GRONA Dist. Ed. '48 NED HARRAI.. Band '45-'47 Orch. '46 St. Coun. '47, '48 Treas. '47 Antler Staff '47, '48 Bus. Mgr. N.H.S. '46-'48 V-Pres. '48 jr. Class Pres. jr. Play '47 Outstanding jr. Tatler Club '48 Typing Team '48 BILLY HENDERSON St. Coun. '45 Football '45-'48 jr. Play '47 Athletic Club '46 Speech Club '46 Track '46, '47 Basketball '45 FRANCES HIGDON Antlerettes '4 6-'48 All-Around jr. Personality '48 RAY HOMON Band '47 Dist. Ed. '48 FRANCES HEFFEZRNAN Band '45-'48 Orch. '46 F.H.A. '45-'47 V-Pres. Camera Club '48 AGN ES HEN KE Class Secy. '45 Antlerettes '46-' Parl. '47 Pres. '48 Spectator '48 Ed. '48 N.H.S. '47, '48 Secy. '48 Music Club '46 Secy. '46 All Around Soph. Personalitv '48 MARIE HILL Most Beautiful jr -.Q..... N0 funn.. PAN SY HILL Antlerettes '45-'48 H. E. '45 G. A. A. '47-'48 BETTY HOBBS Com. Club '48 JACK HOGGETT F. F. A. '44,'45 Football '44-'47 Basketball '45 T Assn. '45-'47 Outstanding Fresh. Outstanding Soph. Track '46-'48 All-Around Soph. Class Pres. '45 Popular Fresh. CHRISTINE HOUGH H. E. '45-'47 Reporter JIMMY HILLIARD Football '46-'48 Basketball '46-'48 Track '45 N. H. S. '46-'47 Band '44,'45 Jr. Play '47 BILLY HOBSON Archery Club '46 Visual Aid '48 TOM HOLDSWOR TH Football '45-'47 F. F. A. '45-'47 Class Pres. '45 St. Coun. '45 Pres Tatler Club '48 jr. Play '47 Athletic Club '46 CAROL HOWELL F. F. A. '45-'48 Hall Guides '45 Visual Aid '48 Archery Club '46 ARLEJAMES Band '45 Football '45-'48 T. Assn. '46-'48 jr. Play '47 Basketball '46 Class officer Sgt. At Arms '47 Ath. Club '46-'48 Track '46, '47 JOHNJOBES Football '45-'48 Choral Club '47 Track '47 PAUL KELLY Orch. '45-'48 Safety Patrol '45 lst. Lt. '45 Camera Club '47, '48 PEGGY KIEFER Band '46-'48 Com. Club '48 Reporter -48 Newspaper Club '45-'46 DELANEY JONES Football Football '45-'48 T Assn. '46 N.H.S. '47, '48 Pres. '47 All-Around jr. BOBBY KELLER Football '45 V1sua1Aid '47-'48 V. Pres. '48 RICHARD KENLEY Antler Staff '46 D.E. Club '48 ROGER KIRKPATRICK Hall Guide '45 SC. Club '45, '46 Camera Club '48 ROSEMARY KOEHLER Choral Club '48 Dist. Ed, '48 LENA LEE St. Coun. '46 Choral Club '46 Tatler '46, '47 Antler '47, '48 . F.F.A. Queen '47 G.A.A. '47, '48 jr. Reporter '47 jr. Play '47 Bus. Mgr. Antlerettes '46, '47 lst Sgt. '47 WILBUR MCBRYDE Football '46-'48 jr. Historian Sr. Play '47 Post Graduate '48 ARMAND MARKWORDT F.F.A. '45-'48 State judging '48 State jersey judging '48 mulls llama' will SIDNEY KUBESCH Band '47, '48 Music Club '48 CAROLYN LOCHTE Antler '45-'48 Editor '48 Outstanding Fresh. Outstanding Soph. Outstanding jr. Choral '46, '48 Sextet '46 Typing Team '45 Tatler Staff '47 Band '45-'48 Reporter '47 Secy-Treas. '48 Personality '48 Vice-Pres. '48 N.H.S. '47, '48 Secy. '47 TOMMY MCDANIEL Choral Club '47 Sgt. At Arms Football '46-'48 Basketball '45-'48 Track '45-'48 T Assn. '46-'48 BILLIE MARTIN Choral '45-'48 Ath. Club '43 MARY HELEN MEREDITH Band '45-'48 Orch. '47 Camera Club '48 Secy. jr. Play '47 N.H.S. '47, '48 PATRICIA MIEARS Di st. Ed. '48 DOUGLAS MURPHY Antler Staff '45 Football '45, '46 Tatler Staff '48 DORA NIEHAUS I-LE. '45 Choral '45-'48 Dist. Ed. '48 Secy. Music Club '45, '46 MIKE MICI-ION Football '45-'47 Basketball '44-'47 Track '45-'48 T Assn. '45-'48 State Pole Vault Znd Place jr. Play '47 Choral Club '47, '48 Sr. Class Pres. TONY MOSTY Dist. Ed. '48 NANCY NANCE Antlerettes '45-'47 Tatler Club '47, '48 Tatler Staff '46-'48 .IO ANN NOW LIN Antlerettes '45-'48 Znd Lt. '46 Ist Lt. '47 Drum Major '48 St. Coun. '48 Reporter Most Popular jr. jr. Play '47 Class Sec. '47 Choral Club '48 Personalitv '48 GEORGE PETERSON Sc. Club '45, '46 jr. Play '47 Tatler '47, '48 Tatler Club '48 EMILY POWELL Antlerettes '48 Lib.-I-list. St. Coun. '47, '48 Antler Staff '48 Sr. Class Ed. Personality '48 N.H.S. '47, '48 SCOTT POWELL Camera Club '48 NANCY JO REES Antlerette s '4 6- '48 Q.M. Sgt. '48 St. Coun. '46, '47 F.F.A. Queen '48 Personality '48 N.H.S. '48 Duchess '47 S gf HUDSON PORCH Handicrafts '47 MAXINE POWELL Antlerettes '45-'47 Sect. '47 F.H.A. '45-'47 Treas. '47 Area Treas. '47 G.A.A. '47 jr. Play Prompter Antler Staff '47 CHAR LES PROBST Antler '46, '47 Basketball '4 6- '48 Band '45 Orch. '45-'48 GILES REITER JACK RETHERFORD LOUIS ROMERO Band '45-'48 Archery Club '46 Tennis Club '48 Tennis Team '46-'48 Typing Team '46 ANNA RUSSELL Antlerettes '47 Camera Club '48 Choral Club '45 CHARLIE SCHWARZ Band '45-'48 Q.M. '47, '48 St. Coun. '47, '48 Treas. Spectator '46-'48 Bus. Mgr. '46, '47 Tennis '45 Sc. Club '47, '48 Pres. Orch. '46, '48 N.H.S. '46-'48 All-Around '47 ' w Vs 4-JI CP ALLOWAINE Antlerettes ' Choral Club Camera Club ROGERS 45-'47 '45-'48 '48 C. A. RUNDELL Visual Aid '46, '47 jr. ll st. '46, '47 Athletic Club '48 RANDOLPH SANER Yell Leader '47, '48 Tatler '48 Ed. 0' s tn, cg, jr. Play 47 Stage Mgr. ' 1 MARVIN SETH Yell Leader '47, '48 Band '45, '46 V St. Coun. '48 " Tatler '48 '-"1 .fs A C' Jr. may '41 ,gl 'E " ' Ass't. Ftage Ixfgr. I as- ,- J - 'H gg gi, 3 ,5 M 7 Sr. Class V, Pres. NX 'S-0 ' ,-J' -in-L, " ' , - QW ,X X A 5 4' ABP ' " v-rg ...'- K X 'txt f I g l BEATRICE SHAFER Antler Staff 47 Ass't. Typ1St Com. Club 48 SIDNEY SKINNER Basketball 4 Science Club 47 Camera Club 48 WINTFRED SMITH Bnnd '46 Football 47 Choral Club ' 8 EDGAR SORS WY Football '45-'47 T Assn. ' - Basketball '44-'47 rack '48 Scionce Club ll Q ' M S ufsx, fs- F"v- VFNNETH QHAW Camera Club 46 Sc Club 46 48 Choral Club 48 RUDD QI A TC N Band 48 lVll1S1CClL1b -it CCLEZNI FINYDZR .H.A. BETTY QTACEY Antlerettes '46- 48 ' reas. ' ' Taller Staff 48 JOE STEVENSON Teachers Club '48 Orch. '48 LOUISE SULLIVAN Shorthand Team '47 Br-nd '46-'48 Reporter '48 N.H.S. '47, '48 Treas. '47 Orch. '47 Tatler '48 jr. Play '47 H.E. Club '45 MAR LENE SUTCH Antlerettes '46-'48 SC. Club '48 Personality '48 Ath. Club '48 BETTY SUE TAYLOR Dist. Ed. '48 ,Q Q v 1 'Ng .IOSEPHINE STONE F.H.A. '45-'47 Orch. '45-'48 Lib.Club '48 Reporter '48 EVA FAY SURBER P.E. Club '45 Sc. Club '46 Ath. Club '47 Personality '48 LILLIAN SYFAN Antlerette s '4 6- '48 Personality '48 Ath. Club '47 KARL TUNSTALL Band '45- '48 SC. Club '47 Visual Aid '48 If MARTHA WALDEN ' I rv 'W' Athletic Club '4 8 . Tennis Club '47 'J 5 Q"? ' Z f"'vf,f HELEN WHATLEY Antlerettes '45-'48 Tatler '48 5 SARA JO WH.LlAMS Antlerettes '45-'48 , H. E. Club '45,'46 Personality '48 YVONNE WOERNER Dist. Ed. Club '48 T 4? Qi! 5 Q' um' N 49" all 'OT K F . s. FLORENCE WEBER Antlerettes '45-'48 Shorthand Team '47 H. E. Club '45 Song 8: Story '46 Athletic Club '48 JEANNE WILKERSON Antlerettes '45-'48 Yell Leader '47 -'48 Choral Club '47 Reporter '47 Sexfet '46 Tatler '46-'48 jr. Play Crew H. E. Club '45 DOROTHY WINDSOR Athletic Club '48 Reporter '48 H. E. Club '45 LORELLE WRIGHT Antlerettes '45-'47 Reporter '46 Tatler '45-'47 Homeroom Sec'y '48 Latin American Relation Club '47 Personality '48 ix! ,f T' 17 omni , 1 QW, - EUNICE YOUNGBLOOD DON ZESCH ROBERT ZUMWALT Choral Club '48 Visual Aid Club H. E. Club l. A Z. Klilx 3. 4. 2 'Q-52, 3-s 5. 6. 7. f Schreiner girls Crooked legs What a mug! Hear no evil, speak no evil, see no evil Murder! just waiting-- I wish I had a motor-- C1. mfr- ym' amy l.. A-no vii? if 1 ' . 'tl Watch the birdie! Seniors '47 Glamor girl My conscience! New look Toe dancer Nic' fiend Genius If r . .4 - .. 10- ., 46 'Y-rv .f I A . 1- IJ. Q ,C x. v-fx .-Q55 I 1 li 2. 11,7 .X r ELROY Bone PATRICIA BRADLEY LEROY BRANDON SAM BRASWELL Eat, Sleep, and Singing Fishing Golf be Merry OF THE JUNIOR CLASS AND THEIR PASTIINQES. GLENN BROOKS Sleeping JUNIOR SPONSORS--- Iwlaybe the, look so happy because they are getting away from it all, but they re ally have done a good job as the junior sponsors. They are fl. to r.Jglv1rs. De Bault, Miss Shaw, lvlr. Hollis, and Ixfliss Brewer. HARVEY BRUNS Fishing 'W' jIMlx4Y BURKHARDT Working on Chemistry ALLEN CARSON Hunting K -1' 31' F l 'Q 'S ,J 1 rx' ,ln -1 ig 4 9 7 , my fig fp' -1 -- X 1954 ' f X' 4 ' 1 Hunting LORNA CROSSWHITE Playing Records '. I '-ww W. C. CORBIN Golf HARRIET COFFMAN Reading 5 in 1-1 .arg ,a 5 BILLY DANIELS ANNE DAVIDSON GLORIA DEAL, HARRY ECKLES Reading Dancing THEIR PERSONALITIES ARE PL.EASING--- Carolyn Lochte tries out the latest dress styles while jo Ann Nowlin and Joyce Probst, assisted by Kate Hamilton, work on the v o gue in hair styles. Drop in on them any- time and you will find the Personality Club in pursuit of finesse and fashion. ... ,- -ww ,,s. JO CHENE Y Dancing U ir WESLEY MAY ESTES ELLEBRACHT Going to Trapping Navasota THEY KNOW THEIR BUSINESS--- . 'Nag an .L I A DALE HARDIN Pe stering People Practically everything necessary for the budding business pe r s on is covered in this helpful and educational club. The members learn allthe finer points of typing and other commercial aids. Hats off to these future business men and women of America. -....- -ff-. -- rs.. 'X 'it Y- egsqrv-l.uuNUwV-'uc ,I ,I i V t 3 '. 4 ' ' v'Vr I - ' , -i 1, 4 H,-',f,,,' dun Q., e . Q: F ,i, ,wveB1A'd'f1-fvzw-'57!"W'-"Wi" " ' -,, 4 - . Y-,-.f 1-L 'E '--'fl' 1nw'i?f43QfvJ51jf11" nunue-' "" "" faq, sf ' ' Q.. " ' ' -- .fw ne-4 .,..,. Q ,CHQ BILLY G ARRETT Loafing BARBARA GENTRY Dancing O. V. GRUBERT Parking JUANITA HANNA Writing note s DALE EVERTSON Miss Garrett and Mr. Rees 0075 eds 1, ' I, fm ff .B Nfiix Wai- if I. x -ls D ,gg ff +2 - H' .Rv fr f -9.41 rv K, f 1 Q5 DOROTHY HYDE CAROLYN JOHNSON FRED JOHNSON FRANCES KENDALI.. Writing letters to Del Rio HATTIE HOUGH Going to show QUEDELL 'HILL Loafing TOM HAYS Hard words DUANE HAYNE Loafing Going somewhere Hunting Having fun SEARCHING SCIENTISTS--- "How many positrons are the re in an atom of Chlorophyll? Sure enough, up pops the science club with an answer. Maybe it isn't alway s right, but the club has p le nty of fun delving into the inner sanctum of simple science in a que st for knowledge to p ut in their in- quisitive heads. I 1 Q , fvesf -vvfi 1 1 X f px N 'ra 45,5 ,..,rv-,,mL.4..v-w..4.,,,,,5Ifvfjy: . -, J A xA,, ,, T r N X EARL KII ,GORE Women MATH CI,ASS--- "Now Students !" ---- a re-xnark familiar to a 11 who have studied math in Mrs. De 13au1t's classes. W-, -W ,-, a N 1 W., su.. 1 rn - Ns Xl tx 'l MARY NELL LITTLE GWFN LO FSPEICH EDNA LOVE Horseback Riding G LGR IA LUXT ON Dancing MARY L. MAHAN Dancing EVERITT MAHON Wating I.UCII,.I,E MC DONNOLD Having fun iff' Q 0 . 74 ' . .,..,..g 1 A v' -.33 ni: vgbx ' 1 Q A 155,- 'S A gs" ' 9. PATSY MOSEL JOE NEIGUT Going places Eating and Loafing JORDAN MOORE Music VIVA MEXICO' With thi s mural typifying the b ac kg r ound of Spanish h 1 st o r y we g o about our daily task of learning Yo te amo BILLIE jo MOORE Horseback Riding RIC HARD MEITZEN Photography GEORGE MEITZ EN Ixiodel Airplanes I' h". J: 'T-.1 Q -9 DAVA READ ff A. if X ff L X f ,V A A ,., fr JOE OTTINGER LESLIE OTTINGER DORIS RAMSEY Playing in band Loafing Having fun ,. .1 THEY SING SWEET AND LOW The music Club, under the direction of Nlr. Cook, has entertained us many times at various affairs. They realli. have some talentedindividuals in their midst, and several plan to become professional singers. The club itself has gone far inthe field of music, and has covered composi- tions from Beethoven to Boogie. NA-NA ,Zi . 'W . , ' .. -N901 ' G., '4-mar' 'fl-,,x"'x' A 91.4 "-v.:'Ng-'ffudav - 14, 9, H ,,1.s.ffI,L I" ft' " ""' -f ' ' " f,'5-'Qi v. .'lf":,i1 I' jxf- . ,I-.:h,,.,g.. ,t,.' . V , I f --4 , I -i- , vwwfifix-f4i"'k"", R' W A- - Swimming DON RI-IODEN Playing golf LA VERNE RICE Playing records ED RICHARDSON Shooting pool ROBERTA ROBERTS Going to dances Y ...Q fa. C9 O V-6 4-9 fi ' 4-5 Al.,l,.EE.N SCOTT JERRAL SKINNER Cl'iARLl'2S SIXHTH JEAN FNYDER Dancing lloafing Girls DF'I1Cif1g jEANNIE SCANTLING Riding in a Blue Convertible JEFF GAME TICKET SALE--- Here is ample evidence of Keri-ville's support of its team as localities line up in the hotel lobby for tickets before the Jefferson game, November 14, 1947. LOLA MAE RUFF Dancing MERILYN ROSE Reading CU7 Y ROBERTQON Charlie and Convertible s wq,,.w-ff' JOAN SNOWDEN JANETT SOMMERS PAT STEWART CAMILLE Reading Tennis Dancing SUTTERFIELD Men F' LORENCE SWING Sketching SPARKLING SPEAKERS--- "Friends, Romans, c ountrymen,1end me your ears." The commanding voices of the Speech and Dramatics Club have held our attention time and t i me a g a i n throughout the year. Here, Thomas Burkhardt and other club mem- bers are shown conducting an Open Forum at a Kiwanis meeting' DON TRAHAN Loafing I .iii DORIS VAN HOOZEIR Wishing ' 1 wean, ,IUANITA WALDEN ,V Being with Mike m1i!i3W'g,gg,xm"s.f - I I My ku Y ,wg f . n .gm- , . Nissan .- , rfrg , - FA!!-t Lg.ll'!Wih5'-.r ' , rj :f - Q ' """""'9'W'baa-umm l bg, . ,' L 8 I 'F 4 6 -A-I . . 1' -7 ' . I ' F 1 F . O J g Q .rs , H V lg A , y ' .'?':T'2f2-- ' I ,' Kp 1. The way to a man's heart--- L gl r NPI. l Z. Pre-school registration I 'xi' A 3. Teen-age trio ,es 1. A 4. Great Day--yearbook: arrive--- 1 . Q X 5. The end ------------- A 6. Bedraggled buddies A K . 174' 7. Landslide 8. "And there Iwa5---- 9. Ancestral influence 10. johnny Reagan--entertainment deluxe 11. "I do" Dogpatch style--- 12. "bo 1 says to him ------- 13. Kampus Kuties 14. Waitin', wishing, and wonderin'--- 15. Ivir. Van Snoot ---- .16. Gutwagon at work 17. The line forms to the left-- 18. Keeping in shape 19. 1948 Sherlock Holmes 20. Smoe and mo' 5moe--- Z1. Winter Wonder Land 7f57?'.f 10- , 'fJ!i'iM'llA 1 .. 8 '- - '4 414 ' Y s 'f sf tw 4. . , rf.. rf? .Q , ,,.,, Ju, 16. A F K - . C if . n '- lf .nad I-iv 1' 'wv':A:'v:-'-" z L I f Q3 'r Q,,. DENIECE BRUNS-Deby GARY BURNEY -jerk CLASS OFFICERS--- Sitting around the campfire cooking up new ideas fo r Soph. activities are the Soph. Class officers: 1 to r., Chas. Morris, V-Pres., Dan Hi11iard,Rpt., Donnie Sm ith, Pres., Joyce Probst, and Burt Holdsworth, Treas. FRANCES CO LBA TH-Blondie JOE COMEAUX-Ed BILLY RAY CORBIN-Bill PAULINE CRENSHAW-Polly ANNABELLE DALE ZAL-Anna CHARLES DAVIS -Chuck FAYRENE DIETERT PATRICIA DOWD CHARLSLE ECKSTEIN Facey Pat Chink ii L-v A E, -.gm ,Q WG 'cnt is 4.-0 65 , 939 CC, rf bi! vb In A Li 'lL,, ,vi ' ' ' "xi r-fZff'1W: I f 3 v 5 1 ' 3.2 an cr7 'S' T: I . "ff V' SPONSORS- -- I Talking overthe day s news in the office are the Sophomore Sponsors, 1 to r., Mary Willson, Virginia Dunlap, Harriet Garrett and Warren Rees. PHILLIP FREE-Phil .lf F , A ' ' gf WILBURN FREDERICK-Fred 'A-We 1 lf' ltj' Kp ef. U, , , . f "wi N' me ' .v X 9' 4 ,un Xf, 41 .0 ,,.- -fs X xg ku- RUTH GEORGE-Ruthie JOAN GO SE -jo die MITCIAIEL GREY Mike .W I 437 7 2 f 4-if LUELLEN GRONA Put -Put VIRGINIA HALL Ginger BETTY HARRAL-Boots JOYCE HENDERSON-joy MARIE HIGDON DAN HILLIARD-Danny JAC KIE HOBSON BURT HOLDSWORTH-Bertie PHILIP HOLLEY-Phil BILL JOBES-Billie CONSUELO JUAREZ CAROLYN KAY JAMES KEITH Connie Jimmie 1 Ei' fm 'Q 'S 'Sig 411 H 14. ' va .5 Mk W. 529: ,. '-gg? -fr, QQ. ' fl l! .iq-xt-. f.,,4-1 :1 1,2 an Q 'T-tt." wi V g V -3 SHARP STEZNOGRAPHERS tifying art of shorthand. MARY JANE KOTT-Janie GRETCHEN KUHLIVIANN-Cocky REX KUYKJ-:NDALL-Bugs HENRIETTA LEE.-lviaggie ANNA BESS jO ANN LOCHTE LEINWEBER Josie Honey 455 Qyfil 6lr1fs-1 In this c la s s the potential secretaries of the school learn the apparently mys- SUE LOVEWELL Susie MABEL IVLCDANIEI..-Chuck BETTY MARKWORDT-Monkey HUGH MEYNERS-Kayo LORRAINE MIEARS-Wayne ADA MAE MONTEL-Johnnie MARY JANE MOORE-Armie VIRGINIA MOORE-Ginger NORMA MORGAN-Sally BEN NIOSEI.. LEROY MOSTY MILFORD MOSTY Sonnv Kilrov Sf111Bf10W Q, , .V fu ,gn - - E -wk -. ,, l 's AU if 1' F E N Uh 4 K. is 4 01" 'E 4.2 '22 iii 9 . '99 1 THEY COOK A TASTY DISH--- Everything from sewing to dish-washing comprises the activities of the Home Economic Department. The future housewive s are a mainstay inthe school. The tempting aromas that drift through our halls always remind us thatthe Home Economic Club is on the job. BILL. MOULDER -Billy VENICE MULCHAY BETTY OLIVER-Bo RAY PEARSON-Nick IDA PERNER .IOLENE PORTER JOHN POWELL Cricket ,IO .loh-UHY r'X JOYCE PROBST FOSTINA RUTHERFORD-Tina BILLY SANDIFER-Bill DON SELMAN MARIANNE srMoNDs-stinky AUDR1-:Y SMITH- Lufy BAR BARA SMITH DONALD SMITH- Donnie DOROTHY STRUBE LOLA MARY TINNEY Dutchman Snuffy 'ef LLOYD UNNASH 'S 29? -3 Eg wr' '7 3 DZ .1-15' IVQ fi Alf , js QAMLQ Bw Nw. az 'F 1 'f ,E CAREF REE CARPENTERS - - - I- av? I W 13 , , 4-3 'A 5 Vw. ff, wh 4' 13 N. 61 ,fi , xi v ' . U It , 3 Nf., N '4 J'-v 'Wx 3-4 The whining of the saw and the purring of the drill tellus each day that the shop boys are busy at their jobs. This is one of the m aj o 1' vocational courS8S inthe school. .IAN VANSANT-Ruth Baby MARY VIRGEN I-IERSHEI.. WALKER KERMIT WILKE TOMMY WHELAN DAVID WILLIAMS COVEY WINDSOR Tom an,- ' 1 'Nd' K I 1 , . J aff' Lime wine Cuby , X , Q B Ai V sf jx Y NANCY WLNES BETTY WOMAC K- Batty DORA YOUNG-Dodie KENNETH YOUNG-Kennie PETER PARMENTER-Yankee CHARLES PERKINS-Perky 1. Scrappy--- Z. "It's tirne to call roll, children"-- 3. Pretty sand--- E .A u. ,sw 'K . IU' 'R ll Q..-q. f ,ff 'in-fx 4 Ex N B 52 X. 'Si , 1 .si mn W -wr 45? xv ' I sa fi . Y r 'E I J . 1.3 ' 4:sm'f'.,a '1 a n ya is A ,lil x -.y 1 -V :lil --. Qi ' iw - wh: x l f .. fl A X ll A V, bf 'N,X A gi! g 'QP' xi-.5 - RX fp Q L ' 3 G5 ' ' r 1 "Aw f., Q s f I . fb 'xx ' A Q f N - MILLLE RAE ALEXANDER Secretary AR THUR ALLISON Doctor MARY ANN ANSEL Musician Football Coach LAURICE BARR Singer 1 FRESHIVIAN OFFICERS--- Working togethe r as they always do are the Freshman officers fl to rj: joe Slayton, Re porte rg Wayne Smith, Pres.3 Arnba Manning, Sec'y-Treas.3 and in the driver's CHARLES ARNECKE seat is Charles Arnecke, V-Pres. HELEN BETTY SHIRLEY BOYD Secretary Nurse BOBBY BRADLEY Football Coach 15 .,..4 . , .HL f. ,far Rag:-3511: . L X -, f -F f ' Y N Q -is Z ,, 'C' K f X Lg M if x A I I H i I lx it LORETTA CARNEY Se cretary BETTY COVERT Stenographer MAEVORENE CRENSHAW Secretary FRESHNLEN SPONSORS--- As a relief from their hard duties, the Freshman sponsors seem to be planning prematurely for the vacation days. It is evident, they need it! They a re, 1 to rt Ivlargaret Mangum, Janice Durram, VIRGINIA CRENSHAW Leslie Cook, and Bi.Ll Goss. Stenographer MARGARET BROWN LILA LEE BUTLER Dancer Nurse MARY CAROL BUSCH DARRELL CANTWELL Air Ho'ste s s f A: as - ' " -V . if ' 1-A H 4. w Carpenter F MORDLENE DIEKE P- J- DGGUERIN ERNA LEE DURST BILL ELDRIDGE Tel'-?Ph0n9 P9'f1'01e'-lm Bookkeeper Coach Operator Engineer FAYE ERSCH Secretary HANDY WITH THEIR HANDS--- "Handi" me ans being useful, "craft" means the art of doing something, Put them together and you have the sure fire c o mb i nat i on that is fitting of the handicraft club. Members become highly skilled in such arts as braiding, molding, and carving. JIMMIE GALLOWAY Coach . 'G ,U ' A 1 , 5 ' 'H L .,-ik, i , 3 ft' ' I . u . iw-3 0- y""' 'aww 'moms 4 - - I . gl. -, l,, . K x- a '-'4y5?Glf1Qffl7::f1viQfjlf51i'i,fuf?5:Q3p:,1,,W.VI LAYTON GOLEMAN Architect EDY LOU GRAVES P.E, Teacher wi. 41 5 . as ,F ,-pl" f Q gl il L Q as no , I in X ,991 it 4 ffm. 7Bi.'if.:.sQ'g 1 xx.: ' 'if 1 X JAMESHOUGH CAROLENEIHDU' JULEIANN Farmer JEAN GRIFFIN Nurse NELDA HANZEI.. Pianist MARGIE 'IO HOLC OM BE Stewarde ss LINDA HELRRARA Secretary JOJONES Arts and Crafts HUTCHINGS Airline Hostess Florist THEY KNOW THEIR DATES--- "We the people of the United States .... " is a phrase often heard as we look in on the club that hits the highlights of hi st ory with interest and vig o r. More power to these studious students of history. ', I ,,5eg,'.1.' N' rj 6' NADINE JUAREZ MARGIE KENDALL FRANK KINCAID DARLENE KLEIN Gift Shop Owner P. E. Teacher Electrician Secretary KENNETH KLEIN Coach FINE .ART--- Shown below are a few members of the art class at work on various crafts. Soap carving, painting, sketching, and lettering are only a small part of the a ctivitie s ofthis department. JAMES KO T T Coach LARRY KUHLMANN Doctor --W""""""' ,...-.f ,,,........,- an SKIPPER LANDGREBE P1lot vig cg 1 'v it 6 an 'l L: . ,yum 'X off' P' ffl.. 5 .lr 'gen Y ! Q. I I-, wi lx. J' 19 ax- it 1' 9 A .' Y BLE MAC KE Y if-'V S Dancer ILA FAYE LEE Secretary . il K- X Z", N 3 :L ,xt AMBA MANNING NOLAN MARTIN MAURIENE MASSEY Rancher 81 Writer Coach Secretary IVIARUO LEHNIANN Artist I ai-ff' 'Og' ANN MAHON Photographer , .1 X . hz' X'-X RUTH ANN LE MOINE. Beauty Operator FREE FOR A F'LASH--- Ty p i c al of the true Tivy is the laughing mob seen each day between periods inthe halls. Five short minutes, and then all is quiet once more. 1 I '-Q. J, 'Y Cl 1' .5 4717 'fl i 4' x" '22 c DORIS MERRITT JOE MICI-ION DOROTHY MIEARS PATSY MOORE secretary Coach Nurse Missionary MARTHA Jo MURPHY PROIWIS ING PROjECTORS--- That welcome relief from the monotony of class is often made possible by the Visual Aids Club. Showing films is their business, and the members learn every little detail about the complicated movie projectors. The boys do a swell job of showing us movies ontop of the fact that they are learning a very useful art. ' x WZ'-Z',f,.,Qc --ff' af urffhmf' ., 12' I ' ' is . e 'A -4,1 my 1 fu H, R iff P?7.?.' 7 ww, 1 In. .' ?- 'o ff 4:27 an-.4 'AX if , os Nu LAMAR ROBERTSON JIMMY RODRIQUEZ FRANCLS SAMPLE JACK SAMUh1Lb Restaurant Owner Actress Weather For ec aster JOSEPHINE PESC HEL Housewife JACKIE PICKETT Criminology FRANCES REMSCHE P.E. Instructor HELEN RICHARDSON Hor se trainer BOOKS ARE THEIR BUSINESS--- "I want a book, but Idon't know what the name of it is or who wrote it?" These que stions and many others are answered by the Sr. Hi Library C lub. The excellent Li- brary, at the d i s p o s al of every student, is helped along greatly by the efforts of this club. 'Q - L, S ff' 'Kap 16" 'mg J' WY . , U BAR BAR-A SCHMIDT DON SCHUMACHER OSCAR 51-:TH JEANINNE Musician Rancher Lumberman ' SHERLOCK Interior Decorator WHERE THE ELITE MEET TO EAT--- if? LOUISE FIIERMAN House wife The picture below shows the cafeteria in action with Mrs. I-I a r d y in the f o r e g r ound punching t he cash register. Others are hurrying to get a place in line. r 1 ff ' V-H4 x G 1,1 JOE SLAYTON Aff' x Coach J I 1 r,.,1:.-. w. I. "'5'1if2-i,:- ELSIE1 SMITH Nurse . , ' it 4:1 i WAYNE SMITH ' f X Detective I A 'S ..4-4 X . ig . .rox ,xv 5. A .I 'l??"2q,. . f I at 1 Q 5 A I , fn LA VERNE SNYDER LA VERNE JAMES TURNER KATHRYN UNNASCH Music Instructor THOMPSON Pilot Nurse Preacher ' . '-all ,f 5 15 P Q, if ' X 5. I 1 '-..,,v x CHARLES SPURGIN Preacher THEY WATCH OUT FOR US--- Although they don't get the credit they deserve, the Safety Patrol has done a sterling job of protecting us in the streets around s c ho o 1, Rain or shine, y ou will always find the boys on the job directing traffic to and from school. MORRIS STONE Rancher I.- V. C. SUlxflMERS Rancher wl0"9v- PATSY sUTTERF1ELD,f,w""""" ,m v SchoolTeacher , gn Xi 1 DORA VLRGEN HAROLD WHATLEY LILA FAE WHITE ALINE WOOD Play Piano Aircraft Engineer Radio Singer Iviissionary YOUNG YEl.L.E.RS--- PANSY WOOD Pianist ' Pre senting the gals who will carry the Blue and Gold of the Antle rettes in the not-too-distant futu r e . Congratulations to a swell bunch of spirited Tivyite S composed of 7th, Sth, and 9th grade s. .Zi- -IOAN ZESCH De corator .,-f"' 14... Slgcfisxgffl vii! if f fg , ,Qc-1-4. 244. 4.1 1 -viftgg l':"5'-1 11'-R 74" vf A- fi?" 24 .ix 'rw 5? 53 ' 441.5 W, A v ,Km 37721. 6 2-rr: ,I I 1' 'F ! I. 9 n x, ka 1 X , I - 5.1 v WHA Z, V k I .. is ' 6 xg", A Q ,' 1 I N 1 - I 'f ' 'J' f ' f ' ,f ' f 2, A I ' -- , Q , tg , : 4,5-wx 'lf' , 5 v ' ig , , A11 wfmil ,Q-2 1,3 N , ' ,W ,A H 4 ,, Q Q- 9, V- o 7 ... 'r .,l, -t ,br HIC, Q - N' F 1- v- I 'Q - 5' N ft' - rg C . 'fx ' Q , A ' I r , ,, .1 9 Q A wg .5 ' -. ,1 , A - K:- jz U 3 ,xr Q 1 WI' le I 'Q 3g433x,k E ., A P W6 s W, 8' f-wi '- 'v .nv 1 .-.. nl. I ' , . S ING Br-ing naturally friendly and having a knack for doing and saying just the right thing, keeps these ' popular Studentfi on the go. THOMAS BURKHARDT T- f ,i NNOMINEES ' 1 ' Q1 A fir EVERITT MAHON pi W ' CHARLES BROWN f.'f?ggi5.,j,f. 2 . .. , pn, '93 M. P' ml ,i . 1 ' Ya. 31" 1 4 I 1' I f 'pix' - A--sr 0 I "1 Y -f K , f .. . U K . J. .4 .-, , ,'- +4 ,U-3, . ,JV "1' .J . 1 STUDENT OF THE YEAR--- Glenn Brooks Qrightj convinced the students of Tivy he had wit an d acting ability in hi s suc- cessfulworkin the juniorplay. He is also pre sident of hi: class, the ass't business Mgr. of the "Antler", and an officer in th e National Honor Society. His activities totaled the high- est in the school. Mike Michon Qabovej is another one ofTivy's athletic represen- tatives. He rn a d e all-district football and has letteredin track. Be side s his sports ability he is president ofthe Senior Class. Juanita Walden fb e lowj, better known a:u"'Nita' is one of Tivy's leading tennis players. She is also one of our yell leaders and was v o te d the school's "best all around" girl. A Donnie Sinith ii one of the nnost outstanding boys that ha s ever b O en in Tivy. He is a Sopho more and ha s lettered in bas ketballandfootball. As P1'CSi dent of his cla s s and sChool's "be st all around' ' boy he is W e ll liked by everyone QShown at leftj Our cute Antlerette Drum Major is one of our most popu- lar Seniors . jo Ann Nowlin frightj was the school's Uznost beautiful" girl and i s a mem- ber of the Student Council. She is also Secretary of the Senior class. This tall junio r is one of the busiest boys in our school. He is treasurer of his class, stage manager of the junior play, member of the Student Council, member of the "Antler" staff and also amember of the Na- tional Honor So ciety. Lf you haven't already g ue s s e dhi s nam e it is jimmy Burkhardt. fbelowj T o m m y McDaniel is the ath- le t i c representative of Tivy. He made all-district football, le tt e r e d in basketballand is outstanding in every sport the school offers. fabovej A s A s sistant Editor of the "Antler", and secretary of the Student Council, Bitsie Weiss fleftl has her sha re of work. She is also a member of the National Hono r Society and a member of the band. She has a swell personality and works hard at anything she undertakes. Two seniors Qrightjwho will be greatly missed ne xt year are Carolyn I.. o c ht e and Ivlarilyn Fawcett. They have been out- standing in all cla s s affairs a n d extra curricula activities, and hav e contributed to many m u S i c a l programs. Carolyn is also editor of our "Antler" and lviarilyn is one of our yell leaders. Th i s red-headed guy b e tt 0 r known as Charlie Schwarz is a well known figure in Tivy. lie is a member of the Student Council, a band officer and a National Honor Society m e m - ber. Everyone will remernber this Se nio r af' a true friend. This ever srnilino senior above 1 s a favorite withthe whole school I-le is Thomas Burkhardt and he is the capa ble pre sident of the Student Council Alsohe wasthe most popular boy inTivy the captain ofthe bandand president of the speech class Since entering Tivy Ned Har ral leftj ha shown dependa bility intelligence , a n d quali ie ofleaders 13 Hel busine manaoerofthe Student Council and vice pre sident of the National Honor Society Stanley Beard frightj won national recognition fo r Tivy when he won first place in the National Dairy judging Contest in Cleveland, Ohio . He if. a prominent member of the FFA and is very well liked by all his fellow students. 3 W. C. Corbin fabovej is one of Tivy's most outstanding boys. He has lettered in football and basketball and is a member of the Student Council. He is the "best all around" b oy in the junior Class and participates in a ll other school activities. 256 ,ZX WWA. Zim. ' As a membe r of the Student Council, Iviarvin Seth fbelowl has done more that his share of the work. He is also one of our yell leaders, the "best all around" boy in theSenior class, and the vice-president of the Senior Class. ,- K 4 . "Best allaround' girl in Tivy really fits Emily Powell Qleftj. Although she has been here only one year, she is a member of the Antler Staff, the Student Council, Antlerettes, National Honor Society and other school activities. Strictly Formal", an hilarious play depicting the trials and tribulations of teenagers was directed by Mrs. Lloyd Luna lseated centerj. She was assisted by Qleft to rightl Leslie Ottinger, Bus. Mgr., Don Newmann, Stage Mgr.g Doris Ram- sey, Prompterg jimmy Bu r kha r dt , Stage 1 Mgr. Seated is Tom Hayes, a member of the cast. The supporting cast in c lu de s fleft t o rightj Dorothy Hyde, Lorene Weber, Patsy jean M o s e l , Mary Lou Mahan, Suzanne Ro b e rt S on , Stanley Beard, Ma r y Nelle Little and Bob Black. Van Hoozer, Anne Davidson, jane Blake, Dale The Phantom Tiger" is a super-colossal, spine- chilling murder mystery whichwas a huge success. The play, like the junior Play was dire cte d by Mrs. Lloyd Luna. She was aided by Qleft to right, Billy Hobson, sound effe ct sg Nancy jo Rees, p ro mpte r 3 Emily Powell, make-upg Douglas Murphy, publicityg Marvin Seth, Bus. Mgr.: and PWM Thomas Burkhardt, Stage Mgr. The support- ing ca st includes left to I1ghtJAIl1C james Lillian Syfan Mary Helen Meredith, l..ou1se Sullivan K . . ! George Peterson and Charles Schwartz. Stars of the play were: Qleft to rightj Randolph Saner, Tom Holdsworth, Marilyn Fawcett, jo A.nn Nowlin, Marlene Sutch, and Ned Harral. f Q 1 +1 9 F! Y n f W' :sy 'Q . 4.1 M, if 9 wiv- if 1 . 1 J 1'f,, , ' -CM' 4: f - , gm 1 V, - u Q Sym Q fe 5 ' ' , 5 K ' W - ,,. , K. 9 , , L, W9 n ' : , ,, , 1 . , , , 1 , I ' fr V. 'Q -xi ,.f?,Lf?.W?,M , l 1-fn if j .,,- -5, ' s J' .J ' , - zz" . , 'J " 1'-A I pb- : f -A . v Ji- . 'Y- A , 4- -.A u 7. . ' ' 791'- ,Q . ,dv-ff, . , 'Q A 'r " ' f 'Qin u ---.envy -....,..-,.. -. - . -... -V . Y V Y. 4 4 .-.-.-v..-Y our..-..-..,-... W, lv... , . For your leisure time, a hike along one of the numerous trai1s---- 7- Y 6 Mr. Callihan-Head Coach McDa.niels drives low for extra yardage-- fiwf WILL FYGHT FOR HHH? Hoggett scores again--- NLr. Rundell-Line Coach X X Q 6,1 r 1 :T " 1 , . I-f f 4 L. EDGAR SORSBY- End 3 year letterman The slcoreboard show sithe importance of 5orsby's', kick. fKick shown belowj X Michon nags another pass The scoreboard indicates that the Visi- tors, Q'l'ivyjweI'e the only team to defeat the State Champions,the Brackenridge Eagles. I 5 4',-'f4 1' u 1 X N N 1' x i - L M TOIXAMY MCDANIELS-Back 3 year letterman 1 I V 1' JACK HOGGETT-Back 3 -ye ar lette rman "49" Antlers on the 55-'s ,un Smith snags the ball-carrier march. - 'Q ,ar MIKE MICHON-End 3-year Letterman 4-,I Q.. 1 ,,.,b, ' K' i, 'S 'W 3 .V . ,-.kb - N , M, , F lff ,i , .JJ ....':,"'??? ," H ',4"QA"aQ , " U . is , F 253 -f if 'f 'N 0- VW ph-.M .Nw- 35123: "?"' Q: 'll Q 1 'fi if W 'Qs WX, , wid 1,7 P PRX Q sq ' QQ 2, g , , I , at l V , 4 Q ' 4 if ' ' A 1 , . , f 21 U O ' 4 Q - . 'f 7'-fi 24 1 -' . 9 5 ' ,M 72794: g I ' T4 1 ' ' 'fl 2 Ol! FRED JOHNSON-Back EVERITT MAHON-Back C. A. RUNDELI..-Back Gul x fr.:- . 5,1 s M -.1 HAL LACKEY -Guard EDWARD RICHARDSON Back CHARLES ARN EC K.E Back x 1-liichon 8: Sorsby crown Nancy jo Football Queen Singing the Alma Iviater 4 . ,A in - -'Q-A ,fbhu Q 1 X 'P W.. CHARLES BROWN-End DALE EVERTSON-Gu -Lx:.. 2 if Managers loaded down with all the equipment Resting before Corpus game s nv ' ard JACK NELSON Tackle DANNY HILLIARD Tackle EARL. KILGORE -Cvuar d 07' f , I 3 , , iff 4-1 Mum I-can 'tiff 5 MAURICE KEMPER-End , ir-1 ,vm Q Tivy's basketballseason this yearhas been successful. The team has developed and has improved so that we have defeated seve ral teams and have put a scare into others. Here are the DistrictScore s: Tivy Visitors Harlandale 3 6 Z5 Brackenridge 27 30 jefferson 32 40 Tech 35 3 6 Lanier 41 40 Corpus Christi 34 26 Austin 24 49 Harlandale 49 42 Brackenridge 35 40 jefferson 31 42 Tech 52 45 Lanier 2,6 34 Corpus Christi 31 40 Austin 46 53 B Charles Probst and Bud Bonner Last minute instructions Co-Captains Coach R. C. Whitrnill Xian--w ..---J I + a mid A M. , 4 , 1 ' F 2 1 Q ? ii 4'-'i ,gg .,,, Q-is Michon shows his ability atdribbling- TX ns, W L .. , , f A-1-1 1 ,1...ff" . . ' - 'yggjiv ..,,.. . ,K WV,V ,. ,f , w,,,,kW 'IH f . L-SL f-A. X M .W in ,W ,ikhms ? -3., A, H - ' - N.: .WW if-ui' - H' '-sfffe, '. I 34, ,, R A , XL 4 bgzq .311 1 f' .FV ,,, sw.. I I-nn Prob st makes nice interception- If f- 58 X,-, s fy . Bonner throws the ball in from out of bounds Bell makes a nice rebound--- ,, L f f H ff. S' 'lk I lg: P .sig nl Q . J v. as ff, 19 'K if .Q 'ff J. .1 . W. S 3 -Um ff v 447 'WP Q 4. f J ,, 13"-zu H 4 fu ,- 3 J 5, , A ,W Z N A ' ' fi 7 N , -f -in! if is Q' S 4?- J 2315 r J a n e t Sornmers demonstrates a wicked serve. ff,' hr as Gwen Lotspeich s h ow s fancy footwork. -fx if 3 , 1 Zi .2 .Y f-11,9 :n. ,,,, - ,, Y - . W ' Nita Walden returns a swift one near the net. ,12- l g Ann Armstrong shows a. back- hand stroke. PeteHollis and Georgia Griffith sponsors of the tennis club 11 A S Qs ,Aw 9 bpriuters get ready for the 100 yard dash. Z Tommy shows that he can throw the Shot-Put. - 4 , A ,a ,z-.:,.t I ,A x 4 as ' XX wx V of X .Jw ,-,- 'vs '51 1' di Bud shows good form in going Michoxi over the bar. W i W xif. ,ge-g,,,m,7,'9,v-nr-.f!.. " " A.,:-1, - 'W It takes cooperation to build a pyramid. Tommy' lands a hard punch on Hoggett-- Pre Ston Chambliss Head track coach stretches as he vaults Smith easily clears a hurdle. 12 feet. X 4:4 qffhfe 1 026' so 2150 dir, A GQSQQ o fa, as 4+ Ss. ofa W '90 'Je 665 0,5490 0160, jane Kott slams a hard one in a game of volley ball. K? fig 1 s 5 QjfiQ Officers of time Girl's A.A. are planning the spring training activi- ties. Shown left to right are: Miss Georgia Griffith, Lena Cole, Ann Arm str ong , janet Sommers, Pres., Nita Walden, Francis Remschel, and Dorothy Windsor. 'Y 2959, - s ed 69 eq 60' YN 66,10 Woo . SI 3 ae '09 099 '06 10 .xml X6 395 xo Xe Q1 19 w00'k' 6. YV 0 00,6061 These g1rls are learning correct form for the table tennis matches. .ii-'- '-'Zl-.. -f--:L L , sf These acrobatic Freshmen are seeing the world from a different view. "1-ns' 45. " 'JY' slim ina. A - . J' we ' 4 JJ V 'K H I is-Q. lx Q .. UI w 4 14' H6 48' a' 3 A ,, ,ff f R My SE" 5.532 .1 Qm9',. -3 1 4 5 , 531 "IZ W? qmvnag X LH? -v AAR .H 'NF lr A A ' ' A 51 :lg my 5.184 ,ffzgjg ' V +-Q--342456:-fri' I-Va "J" N" 4,56 Half-tizne formation honoring Corpus ChriSti--- Pre-parade pep rally--- Fl lucy. A 1-nf-ss X 'N' .Q . Q ext.. .0 Q .9 7 6 3 .T .fbi ' Parade nears rally corner Stepping it off in a military manner-- ' , mls- :- df Lt .iq 'iQ l '5"i'3 ' 45 'I A-' .. -'Q ' f' F' l.,.'n-A ' ' ' f A Shield formation honoring Tivy lettermen of World War 11 gffflu x .bio e .93- jumping jacks, Tivy style--- Yell leaders help arrange organizations--- Students form friendship circle--- rffi' ly ' ' 4 r -, V gl KQX5 I X 'llqli Q Vx 1. rg!" 1 , . ' x I Q3 YQ? ia' sl .4' . 414' .h Q. - -41 , ..-"" . J H 1 1 . .rn -,4.-v-- ' fig' 4, . N,-' M - A .-N., 1 fwf- ..g' ' , 4, 6-. Qu' ' "' , ,,-.....e.n --4- . 1-- .,,.,- .07 we 2-fa",-V-. - '4 '1 0' I . .',,-.ao V I n a ' W .x . . - V N-E' xibvx X, Q , . 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'Lu Big wheels behind our yearbook are Bitsie Weiss, Asst. Ed., Mr s . john W agne r, Sponsor, and Carolyn Lochte, Editor. I dl ll 7 1 ,1,.,1f-tv!-g,1, f-I-1-g.fi-gfifo-g lnthe pic to the left, we see at l. Lena Cole, photo- graphy editor, working on the shooting schedule for organization pictures while Betty Harral, our art editor, create s original sketche s typifying life in the old hill country. I .ov 'in E Handling the bu s ine s s end of the deal are Ned I-Iarral, Mrs. Weiss, their worthy advisor, and Glenn Brooks. Student s line up here to make yearbook pledge s. I ' 1 f Billy Ed Daniels, Sports Ed., and Francis Rems- chel, Fresh. Ed., round out the staff. Q v ls-Q Q ,X ri Five ho u r s of manual labor with short sidelines of coffee and cook- ies usually see the deadlines well met. fo in-an 'ZLUL in N4 r 1 The none-too-easy task of sponsor belongs to Mrs. Hardy, who keeps things running as smoothly as possible. Here she helps Iviarilyn and Ivlarvih over the rough spots. Typical of the true Tivy Sp ir it is the well known Tatle 1' that tips off students of happenings around school. The faithful Spectator a nd the personality section are always enjoyed by boys, girls, andpar- ents alike. Editorials, announcements, and reports round out the form of the weekly school publication which we all read and enjoy. HL Tne Job of ticking out the final edition goesto ty p i s t I.. 0 u i s e Sullivan, Margaret Baldwin, Nancy Nance, an d Dalene Comparette. Shown at right. Awf- ., , .EAA 1' 1 -Xu, I I 1, II I I4 . :I YL y I H XI I 1 I .V I I v ' . , N I I I 'n ' X ' I'fI.I:X :-. ' ' I 1 I fun- . ,.,::. I:t.I.:.,.,,vX,---I.,., 1 1: :lvl 1, -1 r, '-c.J1,'r, :Ib 1 I-'Qing' I ,, 1 WTA. -4 1 V,.. '-vw.. 11,3 FREE Maw .-1 A Page LAND APPLY THEQZ AND TALENT? TO TIJQNENG A POTENTIALLY FORCE TO CONSTRUCTIVE USE- FOR THE OF UUE DEMOC.?ACV AND THE WORLD. . V 1: rf. -QQ, fm" V ,, M I 51.1 'I . -,, -.,..-. ' ,, 1i.,,, I -x Im' ,Ja ll x I I I -' ' I, . 1 X N v bw- . 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There are none better than the best, and that is just what the Ant le rette s are. o gi i""""'j 5 ff' jo Arm Nowhn, our Drum Nlajor 1 , r -4 Nw '7 Q9 'fluf- QQS 'T -gl J, 3. af, -Q- hm W.. 'KX I ,u ,n rf Jr 0. Q1 016'-M if ?,g3, x fx? ,-q-4: 's .Nb ,M N. Q1- AWN. -Q S A H I f V' K ' N I H ,sf 3 1 . .' y ' ,, N -X I 1 U ' , if ' :'.-' '. . A A "1 " ' N f' I ' U . -- ' ' 1 1 i 3 I ' A J ' " Yvlyfi-'4 v 'Y '. 'Cx-5 1 at .xr R , X9 f ."-Qi " - 5 3. JJ? ,HS .A 3 1- +1 - 1 , ,I 4 - w , . ' A ' ., ., .. 'X 1 A--Pl-J", -an 11- , -' ...I H3 I r'bf 7 f If 5' , . ' fn - . ' 1 9 . i I 4 ' , 1 . , 1 x , A. I, ,W - . , AA . l .Z Hg. ' Q J ' X A , f if ig ' 2 ? 5 r Q 5 Q ' , -' I II ' ' Q' V , 'H . 5' Qin, , .,,gL5'f'1.5efrQ.f7i7E:'J,g,f- 1 , '- A . f 3 , 421- 11" -- w ' -1' , vc,.,"f'?" 5 -1 3, .' 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Louxsc Sullwan, 5 Rcportrfr, Carolyn Lochte, Secy., Thomas Burkhardt, Cavtam, and joe Ottmger, Qgarth rma tor . Fun, food, and frohc at uw band aug wr at Carolyn' . Q1-13mg keepg the b and Ln good S hape for an Qs Y requmrement mmm MWJWI -:Ab ,.1'5,i: ' . 1 D I 1 X , I 2 ' ' . .: as V Q -I 4 4, ,Y . N M- V v HV' 2 4 , il ' Qfm C . Q' 3 A 1 ' . D ' tn 3 t V in W . . 3 . . N 4 l ,J7 liverybodyhas a sweetheart and the F. F. A. boys elected Nancy jo Rees as theirs. a Qseen at rightj if "le The se FutureFarmers s e rv e as officers: Qleft to rightj .Leroy Brandon, Harry Eckles, Bernard Bruns, Tdison Baue r, Mr.Oliver-sponsor, Harold Bunch, and Don Newman. fO7P ANDS' 99 It looks easy to show an animal, but there are weeks and months of really hard work that these boys put into showing their projects at the big events. l e m y y.,, K. x f Ns IQQ ,SQ Q'-'L - ,r fi gg 4, s.ri,,, 48. Q X' 69 ' ,ff ,effff s -SX I ' xE', 49 of ,-'Tl IZQY' A - fv V X?- 49' 'Y fd xo X2 llfb Kb ox ipgyi Q 140. GJ QCD' CY XCJ X ,Oo 4 0 QT' N' Q' gil 1 Q' C: 0 V Xl 'D 'X 713' 65 Q1 ,ZX Qfib ff? 0 Ny XQ9 X Q3 65,0 Yr Xb Q if, 5 Q Y' A QS X xx Q, N QL 6' C. X K Ps 'X sf v ,ge Q' QJ l GJ 5.'.1?lf'7-Q' -1' Q rfe 15 ' ' ' ' lf' if lf fr Q if.,--. 4 - . ,I , Co 413' it 1: ' .A g :if .' -f. f 2 ,fo A, . A . -q. ,V ',., rg - ve. ',.w .,,. , wi.:- Efsiex.-as .-...,:v-may-:A'E-.-ellfzr fe . ' - e--,.?-fffxnas-..'., :,...,-. .. The telegram explains itsel.f--- Wesley Ellebracht earned grand prize honor Kerrville leads! all other townff in prizes Prizes flew fast and furiously at the stock show Ili Tivy boys took top hmwre in all events. per man 1-'55 ... -. v A 53 with his sheep. 4 xf' el.- "v Im- W' Z r .- gl- in - . 4 - - . 4 -vw-9 . 'QL 11"-'-v'K:-.nluvv-' AIP' I' I 'N xr-if 4 ' Qwxff' , 7 'INV W -A -lr H J IX! we Q fr? fst- ,M ' AM, ,. , 554593. ' ,L., I '- 'fef""'Mf' , .,y'. V Q 'crib' 1, -' Iii ,A 5 4 ffggewj N-1 fb? ,va -M e. "' z ! Lx... .4 ENERGETIC EINSTEINS of T1vy I-hgh School. Th1s honor o1'ga,n1z.at1on has ba c ke d the schoolm many projects Membersh1p 1Sl1m1ted to outsta.nd1ng students 1n charac ter scholarshlp leadershlp and serv1ce D? AVE MARIA From the golden throats of the choral club pour sounds of perfect melody as they entertam us t1me aiter t1me Here the mus1cal sp1r1t of students 1S molded mto perfect form as they part1c1pate ln th1s fme art. . 'Y ' 5 Y X' 'v , x, - A Sw i , ' , "gn A '- I , V V A g - M p Q. in ' ' . 'r -. R-.. n L . ' . Jw-is 8 Here is the oldfaithful Kappa Sigma Chi, which is composed of thebrainsf ?J If . -A '3 4 I Q "' , 'A ' v 5 I1 b ' 0 -4 ' I ' :I Q V 1 is 4 I fl N is I if 5 ' " During the noon hour the girls serve as hostesses i.n the cafeteria for the younger generation. W. C. Corbin was made F. H. A. sweetheart at the assembly given by the girls. What homemaker would be complete without know ing how to sew? f 1 1 ,' 1-gr' ,WWW Life Can Be Beautiful despite the appearance at the hilarious F.H.A. 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