Tivy High School - Antler Yearbook (Kerrville, TX)

 - Class of 1952

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Since the be inni f T' ' ' ' g ng o ivy High School, I've been making daily trips past the campus of your school. In fact, I feel that I'm almost a part of Tivy, too. Each morning through the long school months, you've paused in your classes as the shrill whistle of my train interrupted your studies, That whistle and the roar of rumbling cars have become a famil- iar part inthe morning routine. Even the tracks have had a part in your school life. Think of the countless students who trudged to and from Tivy along them. In all these years I've had an opportunity to keep up with your many activities. So climb aboard the "'I'ivy Special" now and journey with me along the tracks of memories in this book of ,ily your 1952 school year. W,-7' t 4135 , , Q, A 'Fifi'- P rr QQ?-'Q 1 1' 'A-I4 2' ni: 2" f',f',f'- +15 4' f": Q , -fig,-Qjg-6,:,-A3 ff?-v,.'J:f5'Q: 5- . .,,-1: ,,,'. 145351 ,pus rf! 1. 1,4-,ar--: . r 9.- .ifs -' 5 .L if ,PI-.57 'A ll' 1. ,. 7?--'aw' ' - ' " 1,r,-3-P.,-,.g',,f-. 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X11 I v X f 1 9- xXf' K L- X ' 5 1 if 'gf 'XII-I X In Memoriam MARTHA JO MURPHY She was generous in her heart and mindg And noble in her acts and deedsg The best in others she sought to findg And sought the path where kindness leads --Floyd Harry 6 ff 1 - In Appreciation One can hardly think of Tivy without thinking of MRS. FLORENCE WEISS, She has long been a part of our schools first as a student then as a teacher and parent d I , an now as counselor. In all these roles of service to Tivy she has been the ins ir t' p a ion and ideal of the countles young people who have com t s e o her for friendship, encouragement, and guidance. Because she takes a pers l ona and sympathetic interest i each student and teacher h ' n , s e is never too busy to discuss their pro- blems - -whether they may be of a vocati l ona , social, or romantic nature. Because of her profound infl uence and sincere interest in us, the 1952. Antler Staff appreciatively dedicates this book to Mrs. Weiss. 7 As editor of the Tatler, vice-president of N. H.S. , and member of the Student C 0 unc il , DYNAMITE HOGGETT has done his share in service to the school. He is treasurer of the Senior Class, reporter of the F. F.A. , and a member of the cast of "One Foot'in Heaven". He was chosen as Tivy's most ver- satile boy. o'5 wana MARGARET DEARMORE has earned the highest honor awarded at Tivy, Student of the Year,Because she re - ceived the greatest number of points for honors during the school year. She is recognized by the students of Tivy as one of their most able lea- ders. She was elected most beauti- ful by the student body, and selected sweetheart of both the football team and F.F-.A. She is a cheerleader, secretary of the Senior class, and had the leading role in the Senior play, Margaret is also reporter of the G.A.A. and has earned two letters in tennis. Cana i , Ho WAYNE ARCI-IER'S active interest in Tivy has won him a Who's Who member- shi . As resident of the Student Coun- P P cil,he is recognized by his qualities of leadership. Wayne is art editor of the Antler, assistant quartermaster ofthe band, and a member of N. H. S. He also had the lead in the Senior Play. One of the busie st girls in school is BETH TAYLOR. She has quite a job as business manager of the Antler. Besides this, she is secretary of N. H. S., secretary of the Student Council, lib- rarian of the band, a member of the Senior Play cast, and business manager of the play. u0'5 UJUJQQ WAL LLHASE, co-captain of the football team, has shown out- standing playing on the field. Being a well-known figure around the campus he is vice-president of the "T"'Assoc- iation, and has a letter in track. I-le was elected F. H. A. sweethea the office rt and holds of reporter in F H s a membe TER SCHE JUNE KIEFEIG well known around Tivy as editor of the Antler. In addition to this duty, she is a member of the G. A. A. and N.H.S. She has earned two letters in tennis, and is a member of the band. Sheis also a member of the Senior l cast. Pal' . .A. He r of the Senior Play, "One oot in Heaven". Cayo , 'fo MARY NELI.. BURNS has pro ve d her capability and qualities of leadership as head cheerleader. She has also earned a letter in tennis and is reporter of the Student Council. Serving as president of both G. A. A. and F. H.A. , Mary Nell is called on for many duties. BURLEIGH ARNECKE, one of Tivy's best athletes, has earned much fame through his honors in football, including a position on the All-District team ani All-State AAA team. He is president of the "T" Association, reporter of the Senior Class and a member of the Senior Play cast. His friendly personality has earned him the honor of Tivy's most popular boy. '11 l Tivy's rnostversatile girl KATIE HAMI , LTON truly lives up to this title. Katie is flagbearer of the Antlerettes, reporter of the N, H. S. , sec- retary of G.A. A., and she has earned two lettersi t ' ' n ennis. Katie also performed in "One Foot in Heaven". 'YT -:fmqhiwx M V uo'5 www asketball and football , Junior class president BILLY BA , RLOW also serves Tivy as vice-president of the Student Council. Billy was selected as the most pop- ular boy of the Junior class, and displayed a natural t l ' ' a ent for acting in the Junior Play, "Men Are Like Streetcars". Among the students outstanding in F.F A workis J, M. AUI..D,He is State Vice-pres ident of F. F. A. In addition to this, J. M president of N. H.S. , and has lettered in both b I 'fo As a cheerleader, MAU avery active student at Tivy.She is a mem- ber of the G.A.A., and has earned one letter in tennis. Maurice is assistant photographer of the Antler Staff, and was chosen most beautiful girl by the Junior class. RICE STOVALL is lf! BETTY WH-,DMAN is one of Tivy's most outstanding sophomores. She is secretary ofher class, corresponding secretary of the d a member of the Ant F.H.A. , and was e he to a place in Who's Who. Student Council, an - ler Staff. In addition, she is pianist of the lected most beautiful in r class. This versatility has entitled her PHILIP FURMAN,Sophomore class president, d launchedabusy career of activities has alrea y at Tivy. I-Ie received a letter for football and was selected by his class as most versatile f the boy. Philip also serves as a member o Student Council. fm Adminisfrafivn SUPERINTENDENT PRINCIPALS FACULTY r""'E ..,40"' E.L. WILDMAN, SUPERINTENDENT This marks Mr. E. L. Wildrnan's fourth year as Superintendent of Tivy High School. He ha gy in helping Tivy progress. Under his leadership Tivy's curriculum has been broadened, and the physical plant has been improved to meet the needs of a growing student body. s used unsparingly his time and ener ' A Mr. Wildrnan holds B. S. and M. A. degrees from Southwest Texas College in San Marcos. He has also studied at the University of X ' Texas. i '- ' ' Away from school Mr Wildman's interests include golf and many X f community activities. . E 16 A I m i f f I JOHN SANDIDG1-3 p Principal '.2 '-" 7i15"fi .- Junior-Senior High 'wi A TOM F. DANIELS FRED H. TALLY Elementary Principal 17 Principal Starkey Elementary I, 1 iL I , 1 I I I . V52 , 5 x ' 1 i H W 1 VU ' ' ' -, , -VN-A 75 5.1 we 4 3 S ,wsS?g li? 3 Wag? ec' if I-fx N IV WILLIAM AKIN Mathematic s MRS. LAVENE BENNETT Music Q K ff g 3' ., Qs .ns MQ i 1 5 V .,,f, Q HERMAN BILLNITZER Science l was , F Q 2 JOHN ARMSTRONG MISS LILA BARRETT Band Journalism, English Coffee time and conference time go hand in hand for these teachers who are relaxing in the cafeteria.. 18 f 1' T' KA' Mg L ,gmc 6' ' W lr X l jg ,,,,. J ,K fy? J I iz I 'J -V A ...Qi W is 1 A Y i J MRS. BESS CANAFAX MISS BEA CARTER PRESTON CI-IAMBLISS Reading Commercial P.E. Coach Q N-if Qf K ' ,f M 11. The teachers' pep squad display their talents at the half-time of the student-faculty basket- ball game. 19 EARL COCHRANE Industrial Arts 17' MRS. MARY DeBAULT Mathematics 1 L, 'fm X T-a, -.4-J an-gn, L 4 if 5? . Hi, x -fi V K Ax , ,ft I X V 5 , I Mk' fV,.:" X 9 .tg ff g , chi '- ,xii -" f "Iig"'s V, yzf. K - ,fi cami 4 WILEY FOWLER Driver Education MRS. ELIZABETH FURMAN MRS. VIVIAN JOHNSON English Social Studies Coach Jacobs and Miss Griffith find the rules for indoor sports amusing. 1 Q2 ---' "' , -. ,. ' " ,J sv is , if A ' V - " bfmw V ,I ,132 A ' ,V.- 1 ' fi' gf , Q fi' ,Q ,ig lb , . 2 X 5 fy f ' MRS. JESSIE GARRETT MISS JANE GILLEAN History 20 Homemaking 1-'ew if ww- fir i w MISS GEORGIA GRIFFITI-I MRS. ZE LMA HARDY CALVIN HIBLE Physical Education English Science 05:2 if 'Ns' i , M5 .W . A ' ang .L f 5 L my 'IU In .Y ,f 41 2 ' A ' I , limi? ilx USN W . .. ix '35 X ..f g xiii i :,"1,l,Xxl qc if zz if 1 s iiillil INK XX wi 4 3' if? iff i 'ww ' f E' -mfiilifs' . M, A 3 ,K I: Q MRS. 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I-'fiffaflfivi QMEQM .'?7,5'iQffyffmi:lii1v:rli FRED JACGB 21 Coach, Mathematics When the six weeks period comes to an end, you'll always find Mrs. Garrett in a quiet corner of the library grading 'Wa .v s . -: . :Wx ,V , Y f f affffa-EMM? u Aim "Am X 7 " All Wig, gi r ff! i ii: MA Llbrarlan English Speech "" K t ,, 1.1 QK., ,Az :zz-2 ' , , .... ,V ,gg 'wi 'Y .ggi A ,, W -5 4 rf Q as 3 ,-,.- fig 754 L ff Mrs. Hirth, school 59C1'etafYf 8095 s r f about one Of her r f . " many dally tasks. if i , f . ' f K K 'J P 'Q ,mk- r V h 4 Y: CLIFTON MACKEY Industrial Arts MRS' SBHfJiIgt IQVXNNING 22 Faculty members disagree with referee Wild- Ocla u les man during the faculty-student basketball game. Jaw' f - 3: gm. Q b - 4' ,5 M .. ., ,Nz .,.:.s: ..,. -. :g- ' 1 A at -.v2g:-,f ig 3- -. ' A ff ia? - - :2K2:4E"f ,-: ASQ V TW " lu':Mw: ., -f taxi . .. ss tn V 1 W, :A-wg., gm t Jr Q ll V 2 ,K Q V li 53 is fig 1 hi S3 Qt 13 ,283 X R: 3 54' f, fi 1 4 4 XM W if 2 tix, . um' Q! x H6 4. M ,b J 4: fs i ' iz, if fs mf ex , Q ri! " " 'W "'X fgzzfwfwi z ' ' V-..::Z.:: w w 'f Q. w " -er 51,1 -5 312 51 , M SS, , ., it S ., QQ K, -yr: ,, 'Ai?:32i" ffzlff xa H af 2 '14 W sg, WEE? H5 H2 Q 2 2 s A K gg! N Q Z V 5 Z N34 X Q X 9 , L . Y Hg R5 5- : N Qs ff, as -eg Y W ragga fi Q95 M , A Q ,ll Q 3 'Q A 7 G, Q A 'L af ,A-' 3 53, Da A Q 3 ak XJ i W rw Y 1 if 532 5 X ,ff i A Ji di' Q ff fi 4 X X 37' Z5 5 Q61 t 4 F li 5' E ,LP a 4- ,MM iw f. My s. e K -4 5 Y- i U' . 1 .7 ,J 1 4-"lx fw FOSTER MILLER MISS BESS MITCHELL WALLACE MARTIN Head Coach Mathematics Distributive Education Mrs. Weiss is always ready to give sound advice and sympathetic ihelp to all Tivy students. bridge. 412644: R f , M. - J ff-95f?fs5w2,'L:i ., c . 5 3 , Niggwfisfw . , 1 Y mg, 52. g W it Z 5g' ZfpQ"1f6-geE5Efg5,,515-' ff Q . 1 . V vi K 74, . 'sf K use if f '--M"Q'x1 3 ies X V sm M"4?t2f:f2?12slf , A tiwfqmy-ffw' 1- M if fit wrww 'W-w'1'Y - 5 Q-H fun X f - uafr. ft , Q -. W L, vi .:,.' ,ef 5. '.,. 6. gk Q , or ,231 f , - ,HQ v J.A. MEREDITH Superintendent of Buildings The new teachers at Tivy, Misses Thomas, Barrett, Gillean, and Zively find time after school to play MRS. NELWYN MOORE ' 23 Hornemaking 'fig ,M-,w ,p1Yx JERRY MOORE BILL OLIVER MRS. GLORIA RICHARDS Commercial Vocational Agriculture Spanish, English Mr. John Wagner conducts a lab experiment during a chemistry class. 1' " A '-: E I 'rf 'V I X VICTOR SCHULZ MRS. LORENE SWAYZE MRS. NEI-,L SWAYZE Vocational Agriculture World History Cafeteria Manager 24 "f""" mf VU? QV O i Q 1? ff M MISS BARBARA TATE MISS ELLEN THOMAS JOHN WAGNER Speech Correction Mathematics, History Science Mrs. Nell Moore mixes sandwich spread while students look on. :Vw fqx ",A vii? MRS MARY WILLSON MRS. FLORENCE WEISS ' MISS ANN ZIVEI-,EY Counselor English Art 25 Zlasses SENIORS .IUNIORS SOPHCDMCRES FRESHMEN CLASS ACTIVITIES The Senior Offical-sAre: I-,eftto Rightj Dynamite Hoggett, treasurerg Bill Peril, presidentg Rolland McLean vice- presidentg Burleigh Arnecke, reporten and Margaret Dearmore, secretary. I "7" r .Vs-J:-milZ"',,,K v ' ffl' A Q11 l wi ' Q i ff ' ' l i ' af if :".f5 i' v Y E i x i K I i i r 1 wk MW, X i 1 I 1 l i 4 , 1 l x x .X - "" TH Q if Q V. R Seniors eagerly measure for vi i-N' their caps and gowns. fi' 4' G In '15 i nf' -www.-. .. SENIOR SPONSORS, Mr. JOhn Wagner, Mrs. Gloria Rich- ards, Mrs. Zelma Hardy and Mr. Bill Oliver gather in the parking lot for a morning chat before classes begin. L . 2 ' , I - ig f 1,- ill'-' ALLEN ALDOUS St. Council '50-'52 Tatler '50-'52 Bus. Mgr. '51-'52 "T" Ass'n. '50-'52 Mgr. '50-'52 Tennis '48-'49 Basketball '50-'51 Slide Rule Contest '51 lst. Regional 10th. State 'X 5 fi' - .3 W A 4' E KE ..-.A.,,. .F 2 ' .nf 4 BURLEIGH ARNECKE St. Council '51-'52 Who's Who '51 Popular Soph. '50 Popular Jr. '51 Fresh. Pres. '49 sr. Rep. '52 "T" Ass'n. '49-'52 Rep. '51, Pres. '52 Football '49-'52 All District '50 'im' M . -9?i-f.zQi5!'Z'Ki13i??5-j?f35.?:r,v,, D g 4 Sifivbf? l ,-V' 5? 5 A S EP: hw hp 7 i V' if 5 K L? i-'vw as WAYNE ARCHER N.H.S. '50-'51 St. Council '48-'52 V. Pres. '51 Pres. '52 Antler Staff '50-'52 Who's Who '51 Band '48-'52 Ass't. Qm. '51 Chorus '50-'51 Junior Play Cast '51 LEONOR ARREOLA F. H. A. '51-'52 ELIZABETH ARD Band '49-'52 Secretary '51-'52 F.l-I.A. '50-'51 D.E. '51-'52 J.M. AULD, JR, N.H.S. '49-'52 President '51-'52 St. Council '50 Who's Who '50 Best All Around Soph. Freshman V, Pres, Soph. President F.F.A. '48-'52 Parl. '51 State V. Pres. '52 "T" Ass'n. '50-'52, Football '50-'52 Jr. Plav '51 '16 .. EE, I gn NAEV E - "' V NWA . APU? Mg QW' gli 'fa 1 4 ' 55 15" , ' if I 4 , . 'ef f ' ' ' V ' ' 1 W ...tj 25533-'I"" " ,: ffgfwi s :Z BETTY BASS G.A.A. '50-'52 Antlerettes '50-'52 Sgt. at Arms '51-'52 HAROLD BAUER "T" Ass'n. '49-'52 Mgr. '49-'50 Football '49-'52 F.F.A. '49-'52 F.H.A. '51-'52 BETTIE BEASLEY F H A '48 G A A '49 ' 0 Jr Play ROBERT BELL HENRY BENNISON THELMA BLACK F.F.A.. '50-'52 F.F.A. '50-'52 D.E. '51-'52 F.H.A. '51-'52 F.H.A. '51-'52 F.H.A. '48-'52 All 4512- EDWARD BRANDON "T" Ass'n. '50-'52 Football '49-'52 F.H.A. '51-'52 SAMUEL B UILTA MARY NELL BRUNS St. Council '51-'52 Reporter '51-'52 Who's Who '51 Best All Around Soph. Antlerettes '49-'5Z. Cheerleader '49-'52 Head Cheerleader '51 G.A.A. '49-'52 Sec. Treas. '50-'51 Pres. '51-'52 F.H.A. '51-'52 Pres. '51-'52 Tennis '50-'51 Jr. Play Cast ILA FAY BUNDICK WANDA CANTWELL Chorus '51-'52 32 MARY RUTH CARSON F.H.A. '49-'50 G.A.A. '49-'50 D.E. '51-'52 CARLA CHAMBERLAIN JACQUELINE CLARK JOEL CRAIG Tatler Staff '51-'52 Chorus '51-'52 Antlerettes '49-'51 F.H.A. '48-'52, Historian '50-'51 G.A.A. '49-'51 RICHARD CRAM Tatler Staff '51-'52 Chorus '50-'51 WQWWQ MARGARET DEARMORE Most Beautiful '50 Sr. Sec. '51-'52 Antlerettes '49-'52 Cheerleader '51-'52 G.A.A. '49-'52 Reporter '51-'52 Tennis '49-'50 F.F.A. Sweetheart '52 Jr. Play Cast BETTY LEE DAVIS Antlerettes '50- Pres. '51-'52 F.H.A. '51-'52 Sec. '51-'52 G.A.A. '50-'52 33 '52 CAROLYN DIETERT Who's Who '51 Tatler '51-'52 Popular Soph. Soph. Sec. Popular Jr., Jr. Sec. Band '48-'52, Znd. Lt. '51 Majorette '52 Point Sec. '52 Tennis '50 Jr. Play '51 MARGu:ELY D.E.'51J52 Jr. P1ay'51 BETTY DOERING N.H.S. '51-'52 Antlerettes '51-'52 G.A.A. '50-'52 JOYCE FLETCHER Tatler '51-'52 Band '49-'52 Chorus '49-'52 Jr.IHay'51 CARLTON DOMMERT F.F.A. '49-'52 D.E. '51 GERALD FOSTER im m a w X T , " L .Y Y sa Tig? sf? 5 J , f "xl J' -Q 2 'i Q 9 531152 Qjfzl, L 5' :J M 52 5f5'iG4 rf. T1 5 J 5?Q?Y5m-. .N?f? fQff?l" Q A fa 'f Q- FRED FOUQUETTE N.H.S. '51-'52 Band '48-'52 Ass't. Qm. '51-'52 ELENOR HARDY Antlerettes '51-'52 F.H.A. '49-'51 Reporter '50 D.E. '51-'52 CHARLES GRONA F.H.A. '51-'52 KENNET H GR EASON KATIE HAMILTON N.H.S. '50-'52 Reporter '51-'52 St. Council '49-'50 Who's Who '51 Antler Staff '49 Fresh. Rep. '49 Jr. V. Pres. '51 Best A11 Around Jr. Antlerettes '49-'52 ' Flagbearer '49-'52 G.A.A. '49-'52 Sec. Treas. '51-'52 Tennis '49-'52 Jr- Play '51 DALE HARLOW CLEO HEINEN Tatler '51-'52 RUBY HELMKE F.H.A. '51-'52 Antlerettes '49-'52 Chorus '51-'52 G.A.A. '49-'52 F. H.A. '50-'52 JIMMY INGRAM Most Handsome Soph. D.E. '51-'52 D.E. '51 JO ANN JOHNSON N.H.S. '51-'52 Antler Staff '50-'52 Antlerettes '49-'52 Sec. Treasure F. H. A. '49-'52 r '51-'52 Treasurer '51-'52 G.A.A. '48-'52 36 DYNAMITE I-IOGGETT St. Council '50-'52 Reporter '50-'51 N.H.S. '50-'52, V. Pres. '51-'52 Tatler Staff '50-'52 Editor '51-'52 Senior Treasurer Best All Around Jr. F.F.A. '50-'52 Reporter '51-'52 Chorus '51-'52 Jr. Play Cast '51 GERALD JONES "T" Ass'n. '51-'52 Football '51-'52 Track '51-'52 District '51 Regional '51 State '51 JUNE KIEFER N.H.S. '51-'52 St. Council '50- Business Mgr Treasurer '51 Who's Who '50- Antler Staff '51 Editor '51-'52 Band '49-'52 G.A.A. '50-'52 Tennis '50-'52 Jr. Play '51 EVONNE LEE F.H.A. '48-'52 G.A.A. '48-'52 D.E. '50-'51 Chorus '49-'51 I 51 I 51 52 JOHN KINCAID Band '47-'52 Quartermaster F.F.A. '49-'51 Historian '50-' '50-'52 51 VV. C. KLEIN, JR. F.F.A. '48-'52 Secretary '49-'50 President '50-'51 "T" Ass'n. '50-'51 BETTYE LUCKETT Tatler '51-'52 . Ass't. Bus. Mgr. '51 Antlerettes '50-'51 F.H.A. '50-'51 D.E. '51-'52, Sec. '52 Chorus '50-'51 IR ENE LOHMAN Chorus '51-'52 MILDRED ROSE LYNCH NOWLIN MCBRYDE F. F.A. '48-'50 Band '48-'52 ROLLAND MCLEAN N.H.S. '49-'52 Tatler Staff '51-'52 Sports Ed. '51-'52 Sr. Vice-Pres. '51-'52 "T" Ass'n. '50-'52 Manager '50-'52 Slide Rule Contest BONNIE MARKWORDT 3rd. Regional '51 D.E. '50-'52 Znd. V. Pres. '49-'50 CURTIS MCDANIEL HELEN MARSHALL F.H.A. '48-'52 D.E. '51-'52 Treasurer '51-'52 mm BOB MARTIN Band '47-'52 V. Pres., '51-'52 F.F.A. '47-'50 Reporter '49-'50 Jr. Play Cast '51 AY' NEAL MEARES F.F.A. '48-'52 Treasurer '50-'51 Znd. Vice-Pres. '51-'52, Football '50-'51 Jr. Play Bus. Mgr. '51 Q 3.5 .gfvv A , R ,V R. Q A , A R 1,1 KEIT H MEADOW MINERVA MEDINA N.H.S. '50-'52 Antlerettes '49-'SZ V. Pres. '51-'52 G.A.A. '49-'52 Reporter '50-'51 Tennis '49-'52 F.H.A. '51-'52 MILDRED MEADOW Tatler Staff '51-'52 NOVA MIEARS F.H.A. '47-'52 G.A.A. '47-'50 D.E. '50-'52 Chorus '49-'50 JACK MOORE N. H. S. '50-'52 St. Council '51-'52 Soph. V. Pres. '50 Jr. Pres. '51 F.F.A. '48-'52 President '50 Secretary '51 "T" Ass'n. '51-'52 Jr. Play Cast '51 PEGGY PARKS Antlerettes '50-'52 F.H.A. '51-'52 G.A.A. '50-'52 't ax 6-'QW ff-f' H -f x I 'X BEN MOSEL MARK MOSELY Tatler Staff '51- '52 2 BILL PERIL N.H.S. '51-'52 Sr. President '51-'52 Band '48-'52 Drum Major '50-'52 Chorus '49-'52 40 ANITA PINKERTON F.H.A. '51-'52 Song Leader '51-'52 D.E. '51-' 5 2 .J-nu. ,arg R ,pgas"i9iE:' aivmQ:agi""D3Li'Sf2ef'g1iY5Z Qaswfiaigvqwv 1 , ,Q ' Ugvggl Qgamasvzfciiazlswgffiiixwgggg V m4ffg,Z:,a4wff3gzSi ff ' we 1 f1gg:JL'gwf1'g::Q,.1 wfargmfwmi, wg VT , ,W . A' Wi Q l A w -A if ik A 1 SE' ii iowa gggggwwwq wg 5 Mmm :rv- W 4 af 4 . , fl f M - , W-1:-Q f, MQW sw :,.g,wwmgyw?ZmsMf2fg ll W wemnmwm,,.,Mwwm3www : , , V 11. G W Ag- if mi LiwmfUfggim,,75:5533g, ,. . .',,'A-' waving 069 'li HWS , . - -,W ' 3 M, 'J ef ' A U QQ W ? ' ' ' W f ' TQ., Q gif xl ff V , ' ,-ygwf, ,ap .Ki , 1,.. ,, - ,. Q A . ' 7' KJ ' J ' A lg K JANEY POOLE TOMMY PRIOUR JOE PRUNEDA N.H.S. '50-'52 F.F.A. '48-'52 Antlerettes '49-'52 Vice Pregs. '51-'52 Cheerleader '49-'52 Football '49-'50 G.A.A. '49-'52 Jr. Play Cast '51 ,ff f :Y was ,, az ' GENE RAIFORD ' F.F.A. '49-'52 BARBARA REED Antlerettes '51-'52 F.H.A. '51-'52 Choral Club '51-'52 JIMMY REIMER Most Handsome Jr. Wi SHERIDAN ROBERTS Tatler Staff '51-'52 F.H.A. '51-'52 V. Pres. '51-'52 Chorus '51-'52 "T" Ass'n. '50-'52 Football '50-'52 WALTER RAY SCHELLHASE St. Council '48-'49 Jr. Reporter '51 F.H.A. '51-'52 Reporter '51-'52 "T" Ass'n. '50-'52 V. Pres. '51-'52 Football '50-'52 Track '50-'52 Jr. Play Cast '51 JJ' JAMES RODGERS N. H.S. '51-'52 DONALD SCHREIBER Chorus '51-'52 "T" Ass'n. '49-'52 Track '51 Basketball '49-'51 NELDA SAT T LER KAT HER INE SC HWAR Z St. Council '50-'51 Tatler Staff '51-'52 Managing Ed. '51 Soph. Reporter '50 Band '49-'52 Chorus '49-'52 Jr. Play Cast '51 an LENA MAE SMITH Tatler '51-'52 Antlerettes '49-'52' Reporter '51-'52 G.A.A. '49-'52 DOUGLAS THACKER F.F.A. '49-'51 D.E. '51-'52 President '51-'52 BETH TAYLOR N.H.S. '50-'52 Reporter '51 Secretary '52 Student Council '50-'52 Secretary '52 Antler Staff '49-'52 Ass't. Bus. Mgr. '51 Business Mgr. '52 Freshman Secretary '49 Sophomore Secretary '50 Band '50-'52 Secretary '51 Librarian '52 F.H.A. '49-'52 Area Treas. '50 Pianist '51 Jr. Play Cast '51 GLADYS TURNER Chorus '51-'52 G.A.A. '49-'50 MARY ANN SORSBY Antlerettes '50-'52 F.H.A. '49-'52 Chorus '49 CLAVIN VAN HOOZER F.F.A. '49-'52 3rd Vice-Pres. '50-'52 ,4v'l!"is THOMAS WINDSOR THOMAS WRAY Tatler Staff '51-'52 Chorus '51-'52 "T" Ass'n. '50-'52 Reporter '51-i5Z Football '50-'52 KATHRYN WOLFMUELLER Tatler Staff '50-'52 Circulation Mgr. '52 Antlerettes '49-'52 Lieutenant '494'51 Drum Major '51-'52 Chorus '50-'52 Sec. Treas. '51-'52 Jr. Play Cast '51 VIOLA WADE Chorus '51-'52 F.H.A. '51-'52 PEGGY YOUNG HARRY YOUNGBLOOD MARY ZAMORA Band '48-'52 D.E, '51-'52 ...qt fabove leftj The versatile Antlerettes' give an unusual half-time performance at a football game. fabove right, The shop boys work industriously on their projects. fabovej "Annie Oakley" does some up side down sharp shooting in a Band half time performance at a football game. fabovej For the outstanding service of- fices these students have held, they re- ceive their letter sweaters in assembly. fleftj Tivy "Hoboes" dance the Hokey Pokey. U A A KM .gpg if ggi? ,fr K L L V7 ww W The Junior Officers are: fleft to right, GONE' 5T E2lG'f Bi.l1yBar1oW,presidentgMyraBeth Saen- ' ger, treasurerg Becky Thomas, secre- Q i tarygPatty.Tohnson,reportergandGo1'don 'W A- K Morgan, vice-president. Q fl N I af 1 ' 6 lffll I ' f '- li' 7 , 4 f The JuniorC1assdance was the scene Tivy couples gather at the Junior of this riotous chorus line,found en- Dance, January Z6, to celebrate the tertaining the crowd during the floor cj rnpletion of exams. show. X "MK I , Y w A l ., X 'Eff' ' if-Z Jn ' 13 ff M I , X f..z"'-1 f RW X Junior Class Sponsors, Mrs. Nell Moore, Mr. Jerry Moore, Mrs. Jesse Wilson, Mrs. Mary DeBault and Miss Bea Carter sign in for another day. 47 KENTON AHRENS MIKE ANTHONY A f - fi: ' . ff ' Rafi? " I 1... A ' if A 11 ffQ5515?sE7f A , A 'jifqszsrfggggis :. wg JUI-ES BENNETT RUBY JEAN BERGMANN Xb vvw. wi-iv, :ES ' ' ' ,R N A A ' As" ' ' -:'- : --:Ji ' - 57? zfflw' EV' N-my .- fwfbfzvww' ww, ,MW W . 1 . ' A A .:r?..s,, 51- . 4 :gg - 1. 4 NANCEY AN AULD HERIVIAN BALDWIN BILLY BARLOW CAR LENE BANTA LOR NA B EAC H 1 ., : .14 - Qsfgzizf ,J " , . tfflgn 'gisazf fzffaffh -:' ,f - - L.. www ff:-yi - ...Us ' .sgifff My mg, I 'MM ... .ow WJSM., . - Q ,... :H -www, --. Af ,azz QW... 3, A . L. ' - ...mass WWA am cf .. wzivzmz. WZZXZZEJZQEQZ 1'T"Z Sfsff fps? Z .:.,, ' , www ,aww ,.,. 3- 53.51.-fi. ' sr .," QmSf2334M m,M..,.V3yAgfW., - ,.,- A Wg 1 ?Qi'::sge My 1. rf 'N'T'X5'5Gi55?' , 3 Q5 . D 1 X ffm: L Q W a sis 3 Q we aa 'mf ,947 W 2 x 523 Q 32 A 2 G 4 W. 'X' 2 PINKY B ROWN JACK AUSTIN CLARA BUILTA ,,.m,,1..,,. Wk ,Nw BETTY JANE BURLESON BOBBY BURRIER JOE CORTEZ MARJORIE COX KAR YN CRENSHAW RAY CROSS i MARY E. COMEAUX ROBERT COLHOUR BETTY CAMPBELL MINNIE LEE COKE JESSIE ANN COOPER PHIL CARROLL : V --'A . I YVONNE DANIEL BARBARA DAVIDSON BILLY DENDY .TIM DENTON HAROLD DICKEY MAX DUNKS LOIS EAKIN 1 II ' l , , ,V "vV f r if BOB EDWARDS JO ANN FLOYD ROBERT FOLEY CYNTHIA FOSTER ' 50 STEVE FOSTER HERMAN GADEKE JOHN GENTRY RALPH GILSTRAP JIMMY GRA YSON ELMER GRAY CLEO GOFF FRANK I-IAGGARTY MARGARET HANNA BETH HARDY DARLENE HARMON 5 1 T YR US I-IAWKINS BENNY HYDE NANCY JANE HAYS SHIRLEY JAMES JEAN HENNIG JIMMY HILL DAVID HOBSON GARLOYN HOFFPAUIR LOUELLA HOUGH MARY SUE HOWZE MARY LEE JOBES PATTY JOHNSON ELAINE JOLLEY WAYNE KENDELL CUPPY KIRK CHARLES KLEIN MELVIN KOTT EDWARD LANG PATSY LITTLE N LUANN LOVE zffsffff A .,,, 1 V . yA,, l X A , WSW' Tkilllfgll. WZQIE, CONNIE LUCKETT JANE ANN MCCALL ROSE MARIE MATTER HAROLD MAYFIELD 53 BILLY CAROL MORGAN GORDON MORGAN JAMES MURRAY MARGARET NELSON HAR RIET ANNE OAKES SARAH ODEM JAMES PELTON s ANNIE PESCHEL. BETTY JEAN POPE PAT PURVIS GENE REGNIER 54 , GERI REIMER BETTY REINHARD DIANE ROSSON RONNIE RUTHERFORD JOANN SCI-IREIBER BEVERLEY SAMPLE MYRA BETH SAENGER SUE SEYIVIORE JODELL SAUER IERRY SHELTON JOY SMITH 55 BOBBY SNOW .TO GAYLE SNYDER VELMA SPARKS BILLY JEAN SPENCER BRYANT STONE Mum Q95 MAURICE STOVALL , 53, an -F K .7 ,5::-g,:,2m:, 2215 v- , , " ' ' Q - 5 ,Q L 1, 'fffii L -I -51 5: . ' ,f2"22,:3: Nfl A ' f , . i :gill 'llqkifajf W Q -. MARJI STEWART BECKY THOMAS SELMA TURNER MARGIE VANN JOYCE WARD MARY IDA WATTS 56 SHIRLEY WILLIAMS l 24 ,53 1, ' --- H ' 556- A." -1, V ' TWH, . 1 4 za, vvvb QQ- ,M my , 'Zim an 24 an "1 +A 'I i BETTY WOERNER ' A ' if W' -AAL Sw 'E ff' ? JQV .5 5 42.5, zvz 23 A 'M ' Q Q 1 STEWART WILLIFORD . Q fii , A :A1,,?f5 Y -V' L F Y ..,X,L Q V. lin is 1 f , 'L KY H A f N-A A Q, MAURICE WOOD "1lPS'l""M'f'5f ALFRED WILSON fm BARBARA WORTH1-:N The Juniors practice ior their play, "Men are Like Streetcarsn, presented on Decembel 13th and 14th. 57 I The Sophomore officers are: fleft to rightj David Baker, reporterg Phillip Furman, president Arlen Sturdivant, t 1' e a s Betty W i ld ur e 1' 3 man, secretary andiDouglas Wilders, vice-president. ss X in 75 :fx Xgfv V-, K Tyg 'S 'QP 1 P 'P ,Rig i 0,7 ,,. , i Q ' .? I A' is lx? l - -- A' JV ! , - - sw, 'W qs L ew 5 f X fx j Fa V04-Fit B es H1- and and e present A ntlerefte CES. at the Tiv lsfrnas Y For 111.31- Sophomore sponsors, Cleft to rightj Mr. Chambliss, Mr. Hibler, and Mr. Schultz . . . f take time out from then' dally routme or relaxation. Not p ' and Mrs. Willson ictured are Miss Glllean PAUL ADAMS SHIRLEY ANDERSON DAVID , BAKER DONALD BELL SOPHIE B ER NHAR DT BATE BOND MARLYN BEAZLEY ROSE LANE BEAVER BARBARA CADE ALICE CARMICHAEL FRANCES CASEY 60 LAVANA BROWN LEE ANN CLAUSSEN PERRY BUSHONC BILLY COLBATH NALTA NELL I COOPER JIMMY DOLLAR GLORIA DANIEL NEZILEE DUNBAR GAIL HARDEN NOEL GREGG :WK MAR IAN DAVIS PAUL DUNKS 0 ii 194 I I A I Q I JUNE HARRISON 61 MARILYN DAVISON JANICE DeMASTERS SANDY FRANKLIN PHILIP FURMAN SHIR LE Y HEIMANN KENNETH HOGUE 'QW' 33? s 'S 3, md. rw, A , , uw: M. .,.. Q., .:1.1...,,,, Q 1 2 , f l? Q57 giggr U ,,:QfW:w.,w:Y.s1:xwc www ww--as I-: : :. '-' ' qfiwwi' SzgkwMail3fXPL3:ff4iAQi'-2.25?'K"Wf MZ Y . ' , , I I , N' I 2 I -wllessi " 'KW' , X Y , I :fzn : .,:,:.:, . .,:.:...: 5, . .,,,, M QM? - wif f , wsu, Q -,.::.f'-2-.: ,ww-'M . 3 H., ..,. . ,M I W 4 A 2 0.9 i 4f,w.'f"' THQ MMI' ,- .3,,,gi I s 242535 f ffg i 5? if S U Y if S ek A IEW I 3, fpf A ff 'V V 'ggi W f. 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NWA 1 W .U,i 3 L-, mwwm W4 , , 'fwi 5. h,"'w:'Ppi5 :1-2 iggiggmgfggqwi V. . ., , .I ,I ,, 3 MAURICE 5 me T ,Af + 3 5 Q gm I .2 W M x Sam jf K. lj' -1 ,,,, , ' ' a25i:1 'W VX-"L 5' nf I2 I 3 X f 3, Wmfefn , ,, , 4 Mvua CAROL KING JOHNSON CATHERINE JERRY JUAREZ THOMAS LIESMANN KLEIN SYL VIA KRAMER JANIS LONG , L LEIF LUGLAN 62 THEO KENNED . 4 ' -.M I V f ff I it SIDNEY KUNZ JAY MCELROY GEORGE KILGORE iffy' A a , i 4 : I ' 5 lfxifiycgy :g E:: 1751 I-Q i fr -v'A "'h' SF' '53 '-.ESQ 5225232 27 .fx xiziwg i I ' 42 ' DAVID LEE CHARLOTTE MARES CAROLYN MAXWELL WADE MEEK LUCRETIA MICHON PATSY PATRICIA MICHON .TO ANN MIEARS MARSHALL MORROW JULIA MILLER SHIRLEY MURRAY C. W. MINTER DON OTTINGER MORRIS La VERNA PEEL 65 CECIL PLANT DAISY MOSS JO POOLE B ET T Y PUIG CHARLES ROBERTS ERNEST RADELEFF LINA RANK HOR N SHIRLEY Wm E V REED' fl 'kk' A " M A I ' il ' I. , JOE ' RODGERS VIRGINIA RILEY MAR THA LOU ROGERS FRANCES SANDEFER HAROLD SATTLER RITA SAUER 64 SANDRA ROSS MILLIE SELMON KAY ROSSON G. B. SHELB URNE MARILYN gggwfh I x F59 NWS I gggwix 5 ESQQEIZQQSS W I5 ik? fe is I I wi , :-x g: -S.:-2 ' If rv I-Say-L1fmxz,:fYt:w1, , , I- I,,w.Mggfff.,..,: M-I :zz -f.i"gew I S35 .. . fpiitilwwwg :fi - 1 '-,5.'Y". sfw , 92 :2 ..... 4f,gwIQ,qx -, f 4 W "'MSW1fJ3-'14 a f' . v..uf..' Jgggfpf 'XISAN-aw, F , D-wa. .iz S-I J A ' '- 'ISSQS im, - ' ' 2 QN ...T In , , . I 'I , I , Im V' 15' -1 ' A I 1, +64 'Z","5-.-:K iki 1 f.:. .:I" - f:,' w - . -gfgwglx vgamf ia . ' x3QiLia7i IvY,57?ffA3 DON SLAUGHTER CATHERINE SKEEN if DARRELL SHE LT ON JO ANN SHELLY SHORT JANIE STARK FRANCES STOVALL MILDRED STEPHENS LOUISE SMITH WANDA KATHERINE SWITZER SMITH ARLEN STURDIVANT SHIRLEY DARLENE THOMAS 65 VALLIER DICK TURNER I GENE WANT . , si W gg Z Q ? , .., 3 'S Of Www Awww ,- -: ,biw,v fi X fd X 2 . li , . M15 -- , lffffiqigflegv W '1 1 Q-5: sig z Q ,fiat -' ,g,24:?.,.7-'galil' . . 2iiQ2EZE514 - N ,S wa ,-M W , -, Q- -' " MMOG N -:'+vZ'IE 1 ' ' A W 51264223 ' 2' H A riff? G Y . ,. .wi - ,mdicyf . V,Y'QmQ ED k Q25 Q 5 f 'N ,UW -L 3 'Hi ,K 24 1 X 5 3 A dir... WALKER BUBA WERNER , ..,.:v1i,y ,fgmES,fT22fwge?33?2 U ,, M zhygxsgywxvk 3 . Q E' v 1 f5r'Q561:, ' 'M Q 5 2 il MM f WM. if K M9152 15 4 X , 6 f gf,gZ3Q'f.La " mmm' wi K BOBBY WHELAN 4 f Q M ,A AWK A X 31 , if 3 ,fwgzpzef ,S A -' "ff QW, L y 5" E 12-4 Ny G' X sa A 2, I 1 , if 3 ki Q :awww 5 Q:,:az1?13 mg Elf, :Q 5, ,iw I ' wmvg Jima Wm Aw 'O ai ik ' 'ww' QRMQMQHA ' W . K WILDER5 Q A 4 ,O - E BETTY - ,,,, , rm H WILD MAN eg , f " . NORMA Q- W11.L.1F ORD x it 'Z JOE WILSON fy ROGER WINES -J.. 1A,.4w-1,', :-f,v-g'- - .-f,:"',1-., ,Q-'7,-...Lrrt , 1. Q f' 'QT-1 . 4- w, 4, : 1: W.. 4 ' ' ,. . ,:::r.:'r5- " K 4 J ' ""' :ip .Q, Q' ' ,jjkx , M Winners of the "I speak for Democracy" con- test receive awards. After a 51-11rt-tai1 parade the cheerleaders stand in front of the bonfire to lead the Antler supporters in some yells. Ed Brandon, Senior football letterman, was chosen by the Antlerettes to be their sweet- heart for 1951 and 1952. Student assist- ants aid with all types of library work. ff' The Freshmen officers are: fstandingj Jimmy Bruner, reporterg Clyde Barlow, vice-president. Qseatedj Be tty Gate s,-- .Toyce Taylor, treasurer, and Joan Wag- ner, secretary. Jmpt y oo COMme up fj 1 LF' " I, 1 FAST I ' 533 XM 5. Lvgsiv 4,4439 mfg 3. 'xr . Y '-ix rss. J s 01, ,. Q gf x I 68 -- M- Freshmen class sponsors, Mr. Fow- ler, Mrs. Furman, Mrs. Bennett, Mr. Mackey, and Mrs. Swayze look over an art display. It's picnic time for a group of Freshmen. Making beds is no chore in the attractive bedroom of the new Homemaking Cottage. Shop equipment is demonstrated by Mr. Cochrane. f 'wiwi YF'W'?'?'?'fT'X 'SW " I i ffw SARAH NORMA ALBRIGHT ALFORD I M1 wi vig I s A 2513 gs aw, if 5 if " MZ f .Hg dk rf 1 1 I I N' WI 8 Www! wx? yn- 5 I 1: Q +3 4 z . .fx af M ff IR ENE ADAM ALLISON AYALA W my I 'if 5? MARY ANN ROGER CLYDE ARLEN BAKER BAKER BARLOW BERGMANN ii- 5 AA ' Zfgz N I j I 1. I I 'I M-3 uuu View . BILLY JO JAMES BARBARA JIMMY BLACK BRADSHAW BROWN BRUNER , I A A I A I ' Zz I I ,f ' W f Mr, I -'A" If nl Qi! V If V g- 'fl V I PATRICIA PATRICIA RAE ROSS GORDON BURRIER BUTLER CADDELL CANTWELL 70 KAT HR YN BAKER I mam A-wiv I I 1 Lg I WINFIELD BETTY 2 , I I "All ,f If JAMES BUILTA , , ,V 'Q ,, -'Q 7 V V, -,QL .V , f ii . . 'M 3 JAMES CANTWELL M36 ,N J .. JO GAYLE JUANITA BOBBY CHAMB ER LAIN CHENA ULT CHESSER LILLIAN COLBATH ,div 'v -31242 I IEZQPW 4 Effx'7'3S5f?v'vxZ' W A Ll-,5 -4f1m..,.smaN A 'ffmmvfgkseff W- if, .Q n f V- "H .www li' Xt .,,, , 'Q ' lf" f . A .,-v2.g'w"1, 'Q . Q' ,'H'iai'L2f5 , . ., Q, f ,M ,- J. - ' Q04 , -1 .I S' g sf ggi P0 m w 1 3 N G f Q, Q . . . ., awe , . X ,, Mfsgfgfd? -, z 75- L., .- -V N ,gigww S- I 11.1 C - Q ' A ' -. f W New K ax ' ,. , ' q?'u.f A '73 Lf ' L I SAMUEL COX 9 , i 3521 3 W we , BILL DAVIS 2 WJ, , if 1xEsE5?'2E 1 UWM , SHASTA COOK , i L V 5 'fiaiii if .F . ys Q S, 1:1 :it XM i W, fyf 3. RONALD CORDELL , ,.,. WgV'mW"2f' ' w w A ,, A ' " M -. A ' ff WX 'T' ' - A iwfgmwvsf .L fm ? Y '- blwiwfbwil' 5'y?gs:2K' T915 A ' ' ' 3 . , , 1 -i f 1 JKQQ-' ' ' E ' www . M 'V f A 7 , LA MN ' ' fig? ini mx f' ,W 59' ' ' vs'-' . 3"3' w 4, 1 .1 w g , ' mag z W 7' A - f ffl x fh1:f'.. . M32 f -Q2 'Q 22 . K1 CHILES Q25 Ulf V- sf 3 HA ,W X was 52 Q E BOBBY COUCH WA,W?f , ,Y M V ' m., '?iZbSEl4J7QfTQ.QlN 7? , 4,,Qv.,., ?Yfi'i11:: ' K ' ' 'f - X- 'M in 1 M A V - I -N'-J-ivrdflikvk - ieiflifeeszi-E153 M .w ' wffgwgvfisl i V - 1,3 13 PAT JIMMIE CR ENSHAW CROW CURT- DONALD CLEMENTS - me iwpkf 1, 4' sv 9 Luk , wat VQP4 Eff X2 'Y - -lzrmfszsm 5 ' ' 1 ., l L ,Q v 7 Ev., Q' - .EE in W . L Q3 L 'MQ'-1"W"9m7T f Q - ,... , Q, waxy A hw 14 b -am ywmffiiim xii fi ff X51 yggigi w mi? 52 n E3 X Qs 7 Q 'PZ' gf as m S555 52:55 6 f we 'f CURTIS COVERT if 'ar , 5373 in M ERNEST CURRY 'S A lilik ', L-ew ' 5 MARTHA DARLENE JANE DANNY DAVISON DOLEZAL DYER ERFURT 71 ,M A , '1:f':'Q1 J? SCOTT JQE EVANS FITCH MW- I my .U uma 1' ' f .WI ' lssmw A T! I ' I K My nl MEI as . V LY In , 2 .., -' Wg- QT, I J i s 'Mlm 3 5 A I 5 X33 5 K ' igg , gli 5, KAY JACK FRANKLIN FURMAN CHARLES BETTY GER!-OFF GRIFFIN ga-if f il J .. A ' If f: Ai , if 11 if' , ,. J -' Wizzzziftiw? W iz gif? -fig ,.Jl5fL5,'ZZ?'T' ' iwzfg f' gffslzifkiif 4Q,gw.gg,:f . I ra A 15 Jig 5 lj g5S:a,:M:ar:f sp 5:-.:.::,5,.:,-, I " ' .-. 2 :::Is.ff2f2 T Aiwa? ' ' gy I 2 I m l ..,., . E ' ,www . +I if f A 2. Ig I 5 BERLENE ELLENE NORMAN FLETCHER FLETCHER FOREHAND H , V - WANNA Imam inf Lf? STFIHZY , ,K mm. ' A vi. I THOMAS FURMAN W WE I 41 I , , ww xg' H G . R . GRISHAM NANC Y GAR Y v- HAZEL GRONA BETTY GATES I I WA . .. .A 1 3 E PAT GRONA DICK DIANA SANDRA AR LENI-3 IRENE HAILEY HAMPSON HAR DEN HAR GR EAVES HEINEN 72 '33 " Q A DANNY HOBSON .ff 'wff 'ikzxfiuffg " M f i 5 1. 'We Ii 4 si J G rg X 9 , was swf JAMES HUGHES MDR Q DUAL i h ' fi 'jf ' f qi I f gf? . J. LARRY HENDERSON HESTER fx, H " HARVEY MARY ELIZABETH HOG UE HOHLEFELDER BOBBY SUE INGRAM JOHNSON H E R MAN H E Y L A ND K f '.,',.'- i ZQKI ff-,'-- ' -- 1 ,N A M' 'U' :Q J ,li A km J.A,, f RICHARD SANDRA HO U C H H UB ER ' fm A J",' , L I 3 Q, Q ,x ,Q .,.. ygxfwngwgiig B I L L Y LA V E R N E JO NAS JO NES 492 RAYMOND BARBARA MARION JOHN NAN KIRSH KUHLMANN KUNZ LAINHART LAMBERT 75 , ,. , k k A I 5-,N W N55 gm uwngsaf 4 5' 'Z E . :PHA ',-, '6 BILLY JOE RANDALL LEA LEATHERMAN 13 4 5 ' m,1zM:x.W . . . ,Eff ' . 4 'K if 4 is A ..-- 'fiiif Y Ga. 5 V , 1.L..,zg:g5g.,w Y , lQ,Q'TliQQff1'S 1 , , . ,- .EW ., ,L -,.1,,4,bW ,, ' gf ,J W5 NORA NANCY WESLEY LOHMANN LOPEZ LOTT , -. .' :1fi:,'?'wal-5 . J , ,.,. 4 , ,B ,ww f Q - ' - 1.:,::.'Z' 5,15-' ' 3, .,., ,, , -- 2 -f ,. :va ?::'gweff:,f M N-E - . A . MWWM iliifikf fl' I LiiQi:::z':i1i:ff3 Mwfw ,. ,Wg sr eww S' ' i 'S as-spwizi WW' N w1,::msxs wx ,fx 3 53157, V 'M yy ' .MTBWW fm f- f my Lv? ' ' - , , i ' Y'LiQf9T'rLxi':iZiTr?fQff 1 f Q I ' , 5 7 7:3551 A 'S E 5 . , mm 1. ., .WQWM w , , .I N ' x, , lQ1j5i1gi'?g.0g3'fa BEVERLY BILLY JOHN JOYCE WAYNE LUTHER MCDANIEL MCDANIEL MCKNIGHT MERRITT MARY LOU BETTY MONTANA MOSLEY EUGENE TOMMY DORIS Moss MEYER NANCE ' A E 1' ' A A -1 li ws: " f : f- Q. 'if' I il . ,: ,,. ,,.-"3 31gQ5Qx31:'Y'q A in 5f:'fQj5?fg'. gr ,vli?ggj'-If - A 7'i'5fiJ. 'A 22:11 '. LUCY ANN JIMMIE BARBARA ELMER CQRINNE NANCE NEW NORQUIST OAKMAN ORR 74 W T -L H JERRY WALTER YOLANDA ELMA WANDA POWELL PROBST PRUNEDA REAL RICHARDS ,, ., L .W-,HMQW 5 " 211233552 . ' .- , K K 1 It .3 A, L - -5 Y ,V 2 9 l I- f Y 4 1253523 Y .. "" . 5 Wifi nm Y 911 LINN KAY GEORGE BEVERLY CLAUDE ROE RUSSELL SCHURTON SCHMIDT SMITH --.'.' 'EMR a 1 K 1' -QQ ' BUDDY Jos1E LEOLA Jo ZOE SNOW soTo STARKWEAT HER ST EVENSON STEWART Qi ! E Y R , R MARY ANN AUDREY JANIE GLORIA JIMMIE STOVALL SUBLETT SUBLETT SUBLETT SWAYZE 75 FRANCES TAYLOR M ' Mzzeggxgzaw JOYCE ARLEN TAYLOR THACKER A ff if f fb igz,::B,..LwfU pz,,,. mm.im5Y5'53A,ff 2 A " I A 5 ' ' 412 ,s ' if 1 ? kifsimswgg - gs, g , , , 21229 P3 fl 4 'A , V ELIZABETH THURMAN BILLY RAY TRAWEEK qll . ., ey S U B, ROBERTA WELLS hi L. my A KIT T Y JOAN VANN WAGNER ,em mlimgfillfa M'i'f?'Y 'Q JIM CARROL WILEY WILLIAMS FLO WEISS Wk HARRY WISEHART MAR Y DELL TOLER FRANCES WHELAN I II , R RR rw 1 ,ft .5 Q :- 5 f if 'W s 5? RAY WOERNER CHARLES BARBARA BER NICE MILDRED MARY WOFFORD WOOLSEY WOOT EN WRIGHT ZANDER 76 I P Play Snaps Juniors act under footlights in their play "Men are Like Streetcars" wwe . Senior play cast members of "One Foot In Heaven" pose on stage during pracitce. Seniors spend long hours of practice for their play March 13,14 Orgfzrzizzzfivns HONG RA RY PUBLICATIGNS MUSIC VOCATIONS SPORTS fbelowl Members of the Student Council pause for a picture during a regular meeting. , K' STUD Wayne Archer, president, spends many hours working on Tivy stu- A dent government problems. X 2'1- ,X ,a -.... r f,-4 fbelowj Pinky Brown, fire marshalg Shirley Stout, treasurerg Beth Taylor secretaryg and Betty Wildman, corresponding secretaryg have many respon- sibilities as Student Council officers. Not pictured is Mary Nell Burns reporter. Billy Barlow, vice-presidentg pauses before one of the Student Council projects, a Dr. Pepper machine 80 qu ' f? Mrs. Wiess, Student Council sponsor, starts for home as another busy day ends. With AmericanEducation Week ahead, Mrs. Weiss and a group of Student Council members make plans for the Coming activities. The supplementary council, consisting of organization officers, meets period- ically with the Student Council. 81 The teachers council, consisting of Mrs Mary Willson, Mr. John Wagner Mr. John Sandidge, Mrs. Zelma Hardy Mrs. Mary DeBaulthave a conference in the business office. ILM. Auld, president, possesses the qualities, scholarship, leadership, and service,requiredtobealeaderinN.H.S. National Honor Society officers, Katherine Schwarz, treasurer, Dynamite Hoggett, vice-president, Katie Hamilton, reporterg and Beth Taylor, secretary, are amused over items in the news. Members gather in the hall to take orders for singing valentines. This is one of the organization's projects during the year. EU 's'I','1: - C fr .- OO Aftera N. H.S. meeting other mem- bers group around the piano for a little entertainment. 4 , Mrs. DeBault, sponsor, looks over the names of candidates for N. H.S. 85 ,M , t 4 , , A , ' , .W "2 .W "SIL 45f"43'1r9i2A'S1ai.iwww5Xw,aQ:Q.vf.tLzi MQ 'ivy - J -iz. A W -mf,-Y M-was-n.xs,,.ah,,,-f-vw, M ' . 19 , aww Miss Lila Barrett, sponsor, dis- cusses withthe staff do's and don'ts in year book make-up. June Kiefer, editor, talks with the photo- grapher about the schedule of pictures to be taken for the next deadline. QQ' js? .ng f Class editors, Wayne Archer, Becky Thomas, Lucy Nance and Betty Wild- man, spend many hours drawing layouts for their class sections. Jo Ann Johnson, typist, laughingly files a letter, while Betty Reinhard, ass't. bus. mgr. checks over the pledge- cards. 84 Alfred Wilson, student photograp- her, discusses the parts of a cam- era with Maurice Stovall, ass't. photographer. Beth Taylor, business manager, spends long hours working on the account book. The staff proudly admires the silver plaque won by the 1951 Antler at the THSPA convention. mf. CQ l ff.-"' l i dd - 4 lx ' ffllfj -5" CJ - 6.259 "-uf fbelowl Betty Wildman sells programs at a football game. This is one of the Antler Staff's money making projects. dwg: . M, , Q X Tatler members discuss the All Texas Honor Rating certificate they recieved at the THSPA convention. This is the first year that the Tatler has had a separate publication. Editor Dynamite Hoggett types an ed- itorial as one of his many duties in putting out the newspaper. The Tatler staff members read and compare other high school newspapers. Maurice Stovall was crowned Queen of Western Week sponsored by the Tatler staff. During the week of October 15- 20th, the school carried out the Western themeg a Western dance climaxed this occasion. ff'X Rolland McLean and AQ Buddy Snow, sports' editors, work on copy for the next issue, While bus. mgr. , Allen Aldous, looks on. W0 GJ xi 'P 'f Kin - 'mn' Y 3 fx lx H' ef ,W f""QJI f , f f' -- -s . ' . xxx' c s ... -X :I d if -rt-I- r if RX L' -1 . 9 4 J sf Q Miss Lila Barrett, sponsor of the Tatler, reads copy before the paper goes to press. Joyce Ward, Jerry Shelton, Jane Ann McCall and Beverly Sample distribute the Tatlers in the students' lockers. Mike Anthony, president of the band, pauses outside the band hall. The band Majorettes are: Barbara Davidson, NoelGregg, Kay Franklin, Kathy Ramsey, Minnie Lee Coke, and Carolyn Dietert. The Drum Major is Bill Peril. The band officers are: fleft to rightj Elizabeth Ard, Beth Hardy, L i b ra r i a ng Fred Fouquette, Assistant Q ua rt e rm a s t e rg Bill Peril, Captain, John Kincaid, QuartermastergBeth Taylor, Assistant Librarian, Bob Martin, Vice-P r e s id e nt g Wayne Archer, Assistant Quartermaster. . ,fling Secretary, Carolyn Dietert, Point System Secretary, ROW ONE: Dietert, M. Davison, Real, Davidson, L. Nance, DeMasters, Coke. ROW TWO: S. Johnson, Weiss, Beazley, Schwarz, Fletcher, McElroy. ROW THREE: Ottinger, Snyder, Young, Swayze, Luglan, Leatherman. ROW FOUR: Kiefer, Ard, Hardy, B. Taylor, P. Johnson, N. MCB1-yde, Ahrens. ROW FIVE: Grisham, Wood, Kincaid, Peril, Anthony, Martin, Fouquette. ROW ONE: K. Franklin, Dowd, Gregg, Carmichael, Ramsey. ROW TWO: Wines, VanHoozer, Fisher, Clements, Blackburn, W. Rogers. ROW THREE: Caton, Luther, D. Nance, McKnight, Ebensberger, Arbaugh. ROW FOUR: M. Rogers, Allison, Wool - sey, J. Taylor, Betty, Grayson. ROW FIVE: S. Franklin, Chiles, J. Builta, C. Mc- Bryde, K. Builta, Rittiman. ' -rig . ' vii i" I ,945 . .iii . Qui- ' Yu -, -2 ., 'G Kb. T "5- ,-:gf'f,5 ff' F-255.4 494' : -as , 'Eff . ' hi .,..b , 4 'effus- Ej ia. 1 -1? ' fvl . .s 'J G.B. Shelburne, Kathryn Wolfmueller, and Max Dunks serve as Chorus officers. Mrs. Lavene Bennett, choral director, looks over a new chorus number. Chorus members sing for many school and civic oc- casions. .f .. f- ' - .w '72 .rw I . H-H 2.--5 e - 1 w...- d' .-- . - . . .. , . -in 1- nf. - .L . f... - F-pp -- " I A -, '..'. .--3. ' . ,gp ,- ,gif 1 , ,,-,,,.I ...Q 5, iv- QQ , I K. Q. , 1 IWW. -Q- . .wc fab . ... .,-,-H, J H ...v , 1 ' i ' ' ": ' 7' ' ' -J 1-1"f1'vffs!m J w: -2 1' VA' ' . . ,, , ,- .-'-1 . Y .. ' .- -N. fr -1.-: fu -I , if ' ff - ..,A M --.. Lf . -UA. . C'-'P-1. w.v,rj.. if: , Maw r W -I up f :" '-AF : L - 1. The boys' quartet, David McCormick, Bill Peril, Max Dunks, and Harold Sattler, practice for a special number to be presented at a choral program. Just another day of Work and fun in fifth period chorus. Senior chorus members wear blue robes with gold satin collars at formal appearances. The living room is an ideal place for the officers to relax as they discuss plans for the F.H.A. box supper. They are: Betty Wi-ldman, pianist, Sheridan Roberts, Vice- President, Nancy Gary, historiang and Walter Schellhase, reporter. Mary Nell Burns, president washes dishes after a F. H. A. social hour. The pride and joy of Tivy High School is their new home economics building. All the conveniences of a home and a class room are found within. Miss Gillean and Mrs. Moore, Home- making teachers, take time out between classes to relax in the oak furnished living room of the cottage. The Well-equipped clothing lab is the scene of lectures as well as sewing classes. 63 'Si' R, The first period boys' Homemaking class studies cooking, foods, and other phases of Home Economics. Sponsors of the F. F. A. club, Mr. Bill Oliver and Mr. Victor Schulz, give Edward Lange a few pointers on showmanship. fright, W. C. Klein, president of the F. F. A-, relaxes on the table while presiding at a F. F.A. meeting. The Officers of the F.F.A., Edward Lange, Bubba Werner, Jack Moore, Dynamite Hoggett, Calvin Van!-Ioozer, and Neal Meares "smile for the birdie" before going on a field trip. Nw Win-. .wawisw-NWN their animals up to be E vs, V f' fl a f 4,57 F.F.A. boys and 4-H girls line judged. ' 41 Neal Meares prepares his entry for the judges . cational Agriculture, bro ,WN..,.w-....V.,.w.,,, H f Bw- iw S wwemwmwmm 'W ... V ,pix -': V 5, w V , J. M. Auld, active member in Vo- ught honors to Tivy High when he was elected vice presidentof the State F.F.A. x , ,Q - V ,-,J - X .--. . z, , gifs? V V 7 y . g -i' 'if' V, ' .. 3 eiQ,::l-H fVffLf'?5f1f:: ...zlfvwfw , 'uf f . 3. . L V1 wry, few Q, 661 Qin: X , 'gfQa3g'gizgiVfy?FqfSf?'a .w:'5+1fV, V ' . M VJ rg E ,y , 5, g H , fi 4 M lg , f 3 f J " - ,,.. V ,..,. . ' 'Q 1 V rc Q , f V 1 at . "-'V 1 ' va, 2 AW ' fl SR t i ' ' , W ,,,. V . : LE M - K l W3 f 2 xg g A K .A f ' V :aQs?wg:Xif - ' V ' Q - L ?g,2f:1 ' V W., ,V -Ti 2 3 ' gf?-gii'f-f-,5z'f'.:zgV. if J M 'LV 2 Alf Pig ' V - 4 ', My - ,i N' '. ,AI g Q- 52525 Z- -. , I, f- Hy, Am Q: 52,5 V g r , 3 wg: 'I' M W 5,1 tea F. F.A. boys watch as Eugene Jordan blocks his lamb. 95 Distributive Education students take turns selling in the concession stand at the game. Douglas Thacker, president, and Mr. Wallace Martin, sponsor, discuss D.E. club plans. Distributive Education o f f i c e r s , Elizabeth Ard, Helen M a r s h all , Douglas Thacker, Charlie Klein, and Betty Luckett talk over money making projects. The hot chocolate sold by the D. E. stu- dents is Welcome at cold football games. sw' n-F". Betty Luckett was elected sweetheart 96 of the D.E. Club. Mr. Herman Billnitzer, in structor, may often be found running the projector in the activity room. Ronnie Rutherford, president, Mmm Bryant Stone and Alfred Wilson fix the sound box as Edward Lange offers his advice. 97 leaves the office with some new films that just arrived in the afternoon mail. A group of Visual Aid students Watch as the projector is examined. 'I Majorette Kathryn Wolfmueller, and Lieutenants Jo Ann Schreiber and Kathy Klein lead the Annerettes in half-time drills. During football season Miss Griff- ith, sponsor, spends many hours planning drill formations for half- time performances . ROW ROW ROW ROW ROW ONE: Hannah, Davis, M. Stovall, Medrano, Stark, Auld. TWO: Sorsby, Hardy, Espinoza, Doering, Thomas, Comeaux. THREE: O'Neill, P. Michon, Toler, Murray, B. Davis. FOUR: Bergman, Zamora, Jones, Jo Poole, Beach. FIVE: Puig, Goff, S. Reed, Kuhlmann, Odem. ROW ROW ROW ROW ROW fright, Helping the Majorettes lead the organization are the three flag- bearers: Lucretia Michon, Katie Hamilton, and Pat Purvis. fleflj Officers of the Antlerettes fleft to rightj Minerva Medina, vice- presidentg Jo Ann Johnson, sec- retary-treasurerg Betty Bass, ser- geant-at-armsg Betty Lee Davis, president, pause on the steps at the gym ofr a chat. Not pictured is Lena Mae Smith, reporter. ONE: Jobes, Rankhorn, Ross, King, Mares, Shelton. TWO: James, Hough, B. Reed, Parks, Stewart, Jolly. THREE: Heinen, Little, Long, Dunbar, Johnson. FOUR: Smith, F. Stovall, Sparks, Williams, C. Medina, M. Medina. FIVE: Harmon, Maxwell, Love, Jordan, Harrison, Reinhard. Bryant Stone, secretaryg Burleigh Arnecke, presidentg Walter Schell- hase, vice-presidentg and Thomas Windsor, reporterg relax during the noon hour. Coaches Jacobs, Miller, and Chambliss look over a new football play. Business is ona lighter side at one of the regular "T" Association meetings. The new members each receive a "lick" inassembly by the 1951 foot- ball queen. Officers Pat Purvis, vice-presidentg Mary Nell Bru1'1S,'presidentg Katie Ham- ilton, secretaryg and Margaret Dearmore, reporter, gather attheir locker to dis- cuss G.A. A. plans as they dress for some volleyball practice. Miss Georgia Griffith, Girls Athletic Association sponsor coaches and supervises the club's many activities. Table tennis is a popular game among G.A.A. members. G.A.A. team members prove their skill on the basketball court. Sparta FOOTBALL BASKETBALL TRACK TENNIS L I I ' e f . f I y . I i I W ! 1 i 4 F : i FOSTER MILLER FRED JACOB PRESTON CI-IAMBLISS Head Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach i ff: as I 4 4 5 xl ' 4 ,421 fr? ' C W, V V -H V1 ,x , 2 A 5 ROLLAND MCLEAN STEWART WILLIFORD Manager Manager THE 1951 ANTLERS CAPTAINS BURLEIGH ARNECKE, SR. WALTER SCI-IELLHASE, SR. Center, 6', 2.05 Left Half, 5'7", 140 All-District '50-'51, 3 letters 2 letters Ja .ji James Murray, trying his hand in the backfield, finds a hole in that "big " Texan line. Bryant Stone attempts to get a pass away in our first game of the season against Jefferson of San Antonio. lg., Y,,R Q1 I . I 1-2-.A . 4' K 11,4 GORDON MARGAN HAROLD BAUER Quarterback, 5'9", 145 Fullback, 5:62 160 2 letters 2 letters BRYANT STONE, JR. J.M. AULD, SR. JACK MOORE, SR. Right Half, 5'lO", l6b Right End, 6'l", 175 Left End, 6', 165 2 letters 2 letters l letter -XT!lY W , is?,5,,Qm,g,s, I Walter Schellhase, finding himself surrounded, tries to evade some Broncos as he is nearing pay dirt. Harold Bauer drives down tothe Jefferson 1 yard line, setting up the touchdown play which gave us our only score of the game. SHERIDAN ROBERTS, SR- ED BRANDON, SR. JAMES MURRAY, JR. LeftTaCk1e, 6'-Z", 185 Left Tackle, 6'3", 208 Right Guard, 5'10", 165 Z letters Z letters Z letters MELVIN KOTT, JR. PHILLIP FURMAN, SOPH. BURTON BROWN, JR. Guard, 5'8", 175 Z letters Bauer finds the pigskin too hard to handle after he is brought down by a Bryan Bronco. GERALD JONES, SR. Left Half, 5'10",150 1 letter Fullback, 5'9", 147 Left Half, 5'8", 150 1 letter 1 letter X 4,-'Q - 55, 'Q L X u - Schellhase finds out that six is a crowd, especially iffour ofthem are Ray Texans. THOMAS WINDSOR, SR CHARLES KLEIN, JR. Right Tackle, 6'1", 240 Right Half, 5'7", 134 Z letters NEAL MEARS, SR. RONNIE RUTHERFORD, JR. MAX DUNKS, JR. Right End. 5'9", 150 Center, 5'11", 165 Center,5'10", 154 1 letter 1 letter 1 Letter f, ,, PinkyBrowntries to go over the middle, but is stopped short by the Voks during the Tivy-Lanier game. HERIVIAN BALDWIN, JR. Right End, 6'3", 170 1 letter PHIL CARROL, Right Half, 5'1O" 1 letter Schellhase receives some good blocking from a team mate as he increases our yards gained during the New B1-uanfels tilt. This was our first victory of 1951 in Antler Stadium. JR. HERMAN GADEKE, JR. , 170 Left Guard, 5'9", 170 1 letter DONALD BELL, SOPH. STEVE FOSTER, JR. BOBBY STEVENS, JR. Left Tackle, 6',175 Half Back, 5'8", 150 Quarterback, 5'l0", 158 Harold Bauer almost evades his opponent, butis pulled down on his own 30 yard line during the Tivy-Lanier game. JAMES PELTON, JR. Fullback, 5'10", 165 PAUL DUNKS, SOPH. Left Half, 5'6", 142 my fs 4 .Jo fwfr? A referee and a New Braunfels follow Schellhase to the goal line long pass from Stone. KENNETH HOGUE, Fullback, 5' 8" , player after a SOPH. 145 , 5 L L. . rvua : ".' A"' 1' A 1 5 1' B 4 ' ',. Q 1 as M, fu , f Map' Q it 5 :"V L BILLY BARLOW, JR. HAROLD DICKEY, .TR JIM DENTON, JR. Quarterback, 5' 10", 150 Left End, 5' 10", 146 Right Guard, 6'1", 177 1 letter L l f ffffw f ,bf-"LJ K Au' 1:- f3gf?QgQ J.lVI. Auld, one of Tivy's best pass re- ceivers, pulls one down for long yardage against Victoria. During the last game of the season, Shellhase goes through the middle and across the Victoria goal line. When the final whistle blew, thescore was Tivy- Z6, Victoria-7. HAROLD MAYFIELD, JR. BOBBY SNOW, JR, Right Tackle, 6'1", 178 Right Guard, 5'1l", 150 The Spikettes, Junior High Pep Squad, are loyal supporters of the Spikes and the Antlers. They are sponsored by Mrs. Billie Manning . wmWhw"""'H'--...,,, Coach Miller gives last minute instruc- tions before the opening kick-off. The 1951 footballteam listens attentively to the traditional pep talk given to them before a game. That "good ole" Tivy spirit is displayed at an afternoon pep rally. The Co-captains ofthe year, Burleigh Arnecke and Walter Schellhase, accept the wreath of flowers presented to the team before the New Braunfels game. Dr. Knapp, squad doctor, is always ready in case of any injury. Students watch as the 1950 lettermen are initiated in assembly. Tivy students gather in town to form the FriendshipCircle following after- noon pep rallies. xx xlidele E- .J 0 ll' X A' i X4 lik! 0 4 L fl gff ! L V 4 X A ,ff ff H f MARY NELI., BRUNS, SR. Head Cheerleader JANEY MARGARET POOLE, SR. DEARMORE, SR. l MARGARET NELSON, JR, MAURICE STOVALL, JR. MARGIE VANN, JR. Stovall, Nelson, Vann, Bruns, Poole, and Dearmore. Tyrus fThe Hawk, Hawkins makes a Coach Chambliss seems to free shot. be having a hard time. TYRUS HAWK-Forward ' J. M. AULD -Forward fbelowj BRYANT STONE -G d . ual- Donald Schreiber Jumps high as he shoots for the basket! if 55-'ag i 114 Bryant Stone adds two points 1DONALD SCHREIBER-Forward 120 his average' JAMES MURRAY -Guard N ,,. . More points for the Antlers. BOBBY STEVENS-Guard HERMAN BALDWIN-Forward PINKY BROWN-Guard ALLEN ALDOUS-Guard DARREL SHELTON Guard Heavily guarded, H tosses th fl ff . 53,52 ,, N awkins e ball. 14337: , f W"WyA.,WAv L I We m,"?Q'Q,IfTf" X m 1 1 . K 4 ,Q , , T561 11 New ,ml QQ. M L .QQ , , X Q M f lfc, ,.. . , , X , , L L 1 l , 1-dark we , W 4 11 ww- 1- R 1, wp 1 , X 1: 5: ' Y . 1 j f il gal 1 Y was " L 111 '1 . vga 11a1fliQagA1 ,, 5 111 11 - ,1 A 1 ' 1 ' 3 1i '1111 1 is W 1, 11 1 M 1 1 , ' 1 A ki fy u 'N 1 KW: . X 1 1.mxm3+5cfQwxf11e., 1 wfww w w., 2 A , , .fy , -, 12, , 1 , 2 - 1x 1 afixa ,L Q.. 5.4 gl ,x gf - 41 1 1 , 1 2 11l1l313s 51 -1 1! 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N' 13 sv 'WX , .. . gzezfwafigv-, 9355 7 4 2 n frightj The "smooth or rough" system of de- termining winners choice is demonstrated to the senior doubles players, Estella Es- pinosa, Mary Medina Margie Vann, Lorna Beach and Jerry Shel- ton. flower leftl Katie Hamilton practices her fore- hand drive. fbelow center, Myra Beth Saenger and Maurice Stovall practice service form. flower right, Bunny Gregg and June Kiefer, ob served by their caller, Mary Ann Stovall, con gratulate each other after a practice match. TENNIS fleftl Miss Griffith shows the junior singles players, Nancey Auld, Carol Ann King, Mary Lee .lobes and Becky Thomas the proper grip for holding a tennis racquet, fbelowj Sandie Franklin, Charlotte Mares, Myra Beth Saenger, Maurice Stovall, and caller Barbara Kuhlman, 1 take time out from 1 their garne for a y picture. R- ' ' -'-' - 'M w - E7 WV V I H y. , , -. JW f ' 'Y 5 GR 1 1 'Yr A, M ,gg W X ,Y i 4 2 swf' 5 4 ---.-.. fAbove left, Charles Klein and Bryant Stone clear thexlow hurdles with ease. fAbove right, Buddy Snow looks on as W? Gerald Jones makes a high jump. J r l l W i i 'fj,1',g,,,,,,. Sq l- is flaeftl Coach Jacobs sounds the gun to V , , I begin a relay race. lzzgflziiiiixbrwiigf??iiwsis Q f a4L?fi7iHd'Hzwmv2QW5FQz f y. '-f' ,. fy K 5, H K ' -,rifle , ,3 2 .V ., ,fin fl -Qzgl-1-Q-zoning,- ' 1 .'.. 'MZ "iw" ' F' i ' Z 9, 1 I , ff r N wifi: x 3 i ll am a T :. .V Y- Lower leftj Donald Schreiber keeps , ' J up a s te ady p a c e a s h e r un 5 the Qw W H Q 7 , M C if is 5 Y M0511 44 Q Q5 fi 1 ,, .as si ' S' fl , 7 5 , , ,, ,M ,V f 1 Q 4 T 7 xg, i ii? 4 2 if 4 il 19' if Sligfalgswlcg Jf15ff'fOil if W' Q1 W fm fff , kr 1 W QQ K ,ff ff i v the mile. l Q ' - r ' W - g f, Lower ri ht Track bo s relax as eww A1-L41 X , W H, ' ' fiwAi5:ffSiv?sESJFSSEHQ9 f' -2fVi'i'2ii Y r" .f ' ,f',' ' M T - L, 'f i a the manager hands out the J e r seys . r f j kc lllvrf fAbove lefty James Murray, watche d by PinkyBrown, does a little estimating before attempting to pole vault. X fAbove rightl The camera catches Mike Anthony in mid-air as he broad jumps. EVENTS Usower right? Jack Moore practices throwing the discus for the coming meet. fI..oWer left, Steve Foster and Walter Schellhase get set to run the 440. l'y,f X 71. 4 .X J, U W c Fa Na f ff I f I ff- X urr? 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'xwfsbwwsfisx xvxx xx Nwxxx ss Rv X x N X X X Si X 'SQ'15 5:A sf? x' f ' DoNAI..D BELL ' VN fYPopiilar Sbphoindgfe X . X I I I 1H'CffI'lIlv"irfwlf fftqcfy 'ff ff ,ff 'ff V mm H! H' ' If 'WW J X Vw! J ff! ! X ll J f ,' ff H! I ,' fl , 'l 1 fl' iff, ff'!?',!!f ff ff 7 , 1 Y , f I V, I, V, W, ,ff 1 'W fm ff f ff 7 ,wp f ,fy A ,ff ,fl W ff , fM!y4ffgf yy 1525! 'A f 5fQ gfiyf ' " f ' WZZ, wif ' y f ,f' ,f f A ,4f f fpW ,, VV, ,,f f, , I fl! f I ,ff ,f X 7 A ,Q ' , gf 1 4 -L, If if E , s X- Qxw SQP1'IOXI'ITQKVfEi iff? , i X ffif W Q4 , M Memories fkf 1 X I I '. Hi! Here I am again. This time to say on X f ., A y- goodbye. You seniors are now one step closer x '1- is towards your goal in life. A new phase of your Ygl- ' p N . "' -wif t .lui css' life is beginning, and the future may seem W ' ' ' f uncertain. Perhaps you will enter college, R H secure a job, or establish a home and family. V Aff..-r' X an Y . ' ' 'ff' Because I've observed your school days on 'f' L: x K' I I , K- - ' ,-,. f ' W my daily trips past your campus, l'll always ' have a place for you, Tivy students, in my heart. N The first day of school was confusing with all the books, schedules, and new and old faces. The excitement and Spirit of foot-Dau season Itwasnltlong before you were back in Your Old soon spread through the school. The laughter habit of 8:30 Classes' when we won, the tears when we lost, were shared by all. The trips out of town were fun, eventhough the journeys home were usually long and weary. Then came the daylwhen all the seniors, Q V, 5 withatwinkle in their eyes, tried to shake hands X C 'Q l 2 with everybody in school. Yes, the senior X 1 ff? ' f rin s had inally' arrived. , 1 Y 3 O - , X ""' ' On November 17th, all the Daisy Maes cap- 0 'Q W . A 5 6 C - . bc'-. tured their Lil' Abners and footed all the ex- - nxlll' Q- 'of ' A O ,A Q O," ' ,Qi penses at the Sadie Hawkins dance. wif e o H' 0 .1 6, .? December 13th and 14th were big nights for If I mf", the juniors when they presented their play i if 1,-I , , K I "MEN ARE LIKE STREETCARS". ..m, -l,.,,, , , 62-f December 17th was the date of the Christ- mas formal. The gym was all aglow with beautiful decorations and everyone danced to the music of the Highlanders. The high point of the evening was the presentation of the favor- ites. Inevitable, mid-term exam time came right after the fun of Christmas holidays. The teacg hers and students alike suffered through re- views, tests, and grades. Basketball season was infull swing by then, and the gym resounded with cheers for the Antlers. The end of the season found the seniors soundly beating the faculty team by four points. As the days became warm and balmy, tennis enthusiasts and track team members spent afternoons practicing. Graduation was then in sight, and the seniors begantheir many final activities. They proudly f,, ffl-F-U3 Z H N .Af if r , fi X Lf mc" f 'df if A ,ff agf lgj sf? ' 'f ' If , f Ein'-.es - 1 -2 , '. I 5 ll I sl X g x e f 6 , presented their play, "ONE FOOT IN HEAVEN " on March 13th and 14th. In wishing that every senior would find his own pot of gold, the rainbow theme was carried out at the banquet given by the juniors in honor of them. Senior day was one of the biggest days for the graduating class. The sunrise service at Tivy mountain, the assembly program with the reading of the will, history, and prophecy, and the trip to Landa Park will long be remembered by all who attended. The few remaining days before graduation were devoted to the fullest enjoyment of social activities and graduation ceremonies, which everyhigh school graduate will look back upon fondly in his memories. STUDENT INDEX Adams, P. 60 Agan, M. 90 Ahrens, K. 43. 33. B9 Aldous, A. 3O,8U,8l,87,116 Alford, 5. 70 Allbright, N. 70 Allison, 1. 70, 89 Anderson, S. 60 Anthony, M. 8l,88,89,1l9,48 Archer. W. 9,29,30,79.BO,81,83,84,85,88 Ard, E. 3O,8B,89,96 Arnecke, B. ll,Z8,30,81,l00,105,1Z5 Arreola, L.. 30 Auld, J.M. l2,30,8Z,83.95,81,105,1l4,106 Auid, N, 117,48, 98 Austin, J. 43 Ayala, A. 70 Baker, D. 53. 60. 30 Baker, K. 70 Baker, M.A. 70 Baker, R. 70 Banta, C. 90. 48 Baldwin, H. 48,108,115 Barlow, B. lZ,46,48,6J,SO,1l0,116.128 Barlow, C. 63. 70 Bass, B. 31, 99 Bauer, H. 31,105 Beach, L. 48,91,98,ll7 Beasley, B. 31 Beaver, R. 90, 60 Beazley, M. 60. 89, 90 Bell, D. 60,109,ll6,lZ9 Bell, R. 31 Bennett, J. 48 Bennison, H. 31 Bergman, R. 48, 98 Bergman, A. 70 Bernhard, F 97 Bernhard, S, 60, 91 Betty, W. 70, 89 Black, B. 70 Black, T. 31 Bond, B. 60 Bradshaw, J. 70 Brandon, E. ' 32 Brown, B. 70 Brown, L. 60 Brown, P. 4B,B0,I07,ll6,l19 Burner, J. 69. 70 Bruns, Nl.N ll,Z9,3Z,B0,8l,9Z,101,113 Builta, C. 48 Builta, J. 70, 80 Builta, S. 3Z Bundick, I. 32 Burleson, B. 49 Burrier, B. 49 Burrier, P. 70 Bushong, P. eu Butler, P. 70 Caddel, R. 70 Cade, B. 60,99 Campbell, B. 49, 91 Cantwell, J. 70 Cantwell, G. 70 Cantwell, W. 32, 90 Carmichael, A. 60, 89 Carroll, P. 49,133,108 Carson, M. 32 Casey, F. 60, 91 Chamberlain, C. 33, 36 Chamberlain, J. 71 Chenault, J. Chesser, B. Chiles, J, Clark, J. Claussen, L.. Clements, C.. Coke, M. Colbath, L. Colhour, R. Colbath, B. Comeaux, M. Cook,S. Cooper, A. Cooper, J. Cordell, R. Cortez, J. Couch, B. Covert, C. Cox, M. Cox, S. Craig, J. Cram, R. Crenshaw, D. Crenshaw, K. Cross, R. Crow, P. Curl, J. Curry, E. Daniel, G. Daniel, Y. Davidson, B. Davis. B.1... Davis, B. Davis, M. Davison, M. Davison, M. Dearmore, M. 8128, DeMasters, J. Dendy, B. Denton, J. Dickey. H. Dickey, G. Dietert, C. Doering, B. Dolezal, D. Dollar, J Dommert, C. Dunbar, N. Dunks, M. Dunks, P. Dyer, J. Eakin, L.. Edwards, B. Ely, M Ex-fun, D. Espinoza, E. Evans, S. Fitch, Joe Fletcher, B. Fletcher, E. Fletcher, J. Floyd, J.A. Foley, R. Forehand, N. Foster, C. Foster, C.. Foster, S. Fouquette, F. Franklin, K. Franklin, S. Furman, J Furman, P. Furman, T. Gadeke, H. Gary, N. Gates, B. 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