Tivy High School - Antler Yearbook (Kerrville, TX)
- Class of 1953
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fx N ha Qund friendships for a lifetim and foundations for
L I f K the futbre. These things can never be orgotten. They
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loved Tiv Qodb after these fleetin years that we have
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Leaves of Logic
Leaves of Learning
Leaves of Leagues
Leaves of Leadership
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Thank you, Mrs.
Willson. Thank you for vour
twenty-three years of inspiring
' Englishcourses, for your unfailing
support of our athletic program, for
your sincere interest in each and every
student, and especially for your words of en-
couragement when we were so new in Tivy.
You helped us when we needed a little push, you
talked to us when we felt that we could not make
the goal we were striving for, and you gave us a back-
ground in English that we cannot forget. For all of
thesethings we are grateful to you, and we would like
to express our appreciation by dedicating the 1953
Antler to you:
As Tivy's Most Versatile Girl,
has many accomplishments
to show for it. In the year and a half that
Gail has been in Tivy, she has shown her
ability as a leader as president of Ant-
lerettes, and secretary of the Student
Council. Besides being an active rnem-
ber of many organizations, G. A. A.,
F. H. A. , and the Antler Staff, she won
third place in the District interscho-
lastic League Shorthand contest last
has gained the highest
honor bestowed by Tivy High School as its
Student of the Year. She has always Work-
ed with tireless energy, submitting fresh,
new ideas in any project she has under-
taken as Antler Staff Editor and a Cheer-
leader. The student body elected her as
the Most Popular Girl and the F.F.A.
chose her as its Sweetheart. Her ac -
complishments include being an active
member in the G.A.A., N. H. S., and
F. H. A. These give Becky more activity
points than any other student in Tivyg thus
earning for her this highest honor.
all-around athletic abilities have en-
titled him to a place in Who's Who this year. He is a
member of the "T" Association and has earned letters in
football, track, and basketball. As a member of the
Junior Play, "Meet Corliss Archer", Donald displayed
his talents in the dramatic field. Also the Junior Class
elected him as its "Most Popular Boy." Donald is a
member of the National Honor Society.
As editor of the school paper,
The Tatler, has done
well in proving her journalistic
ability. She was also Selected
as a member of the National
besides being one of Tivy's
band twirlers, proved herself as an actress,
too, when she portrayed "Cox-liss Archer" in
the Junior Play. ln the field of athletics, she
earnedatennis letter and is a member of the
G.A.A. She also displayed high scholastic
standards and so she was chosen as a N. H. S..
member this year.
with her many achievements, has gained her
well-deserved place in Who's Who. She is a member of the
Antler Staff, the Antlerettes, the G. A. A. , and the National
Honor Society. She is also secretary-treasurer of the Junior
class, and secretary of the F.H. A. Gail has shown her
speaking ability by taking first place honors in declarnation
at both the district and the regional meets.
has worked diligently as the
business manager of the Tatler Staff. She is an
energetic member of the Antlerettes and G. A. A. ,
and has taken partin all the projects of the N. H. S.
,, Well-known around Tivy as the president of the
F. H. A. , is who is a leading
student in many other organizations. She is sec-
retary of the Band, Student Council reporter, and
treasurer of the N. I-I. S. In addition, Patty is the
Senior Class treasurer.
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CHARLOTTIC MARKS, a very active Jun-
ior around Tivy's halls, has helped lead
in many activities. She is a cheerleader
and played an important role in the Junior
play. She has contributed to the Antler by
being its art editor. She shows athletic
ability by lettering in tennis and being in
e G. A. A.
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GORDON MORGAN, one of Tivy's Out-
standing seniors, holds the office of presi-
dent of N.H. S. Besides being a member of
the Student Council, Choral Club, and "T"
Association, Gordon has shown outstanding
athletic ability as a football letterman.
EDWARD LANGE, Tivy senior, has earned many awards
and achieved recognition for his outstanding workin agri-
culture and Future Farmers. Last spring, Edward won the
individual high award in the State Meat Judging Contest. He
is president of Tivy's F. A. Chapter.
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Being business manager of the Antler Staff requires a lot
of her valuable time, but BE'I"l'Y REINHARD still has
time for other activities as well. She is a member of the
N. H. S., and is Sergeant-at-Arms of the Antlerettes.
Betty was chosen as a member of the girls' intramural
volleyball team, and serves as president of G. A. A.
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As Most Handsome
boy of Tivy, RONNIE
RUTHERFORD is a we ll -
known figure around the school.
I-Ie has lettered in football and is a
member of the "T" Association. He was
elected to serve as president of the Senior
Class. He is also a member of the Visual Aid
As the Antlerettes head rnajorette, JOANN SCHREIBER
has proved her capability and qualities of leadership.She
was elected reporter of the Senior Class, and also as
secretary of the Chorus. She was chosen as Tivy's Most
Beautiful Girl. .IoAnn's accomplishments reached fur
heights as a member of both N. H. S. and Tatler S
She is a member of the intramural volleyball team a
the G. A. A.
An up-and-coming member of the Sophomore class is Tivy's
"Most Versatile", Buddy has proven his
athletic ability by learning letters in both football and basket-
ball, and by his membership in the "T" Association. Buddy
has done a fine job as the Sophomore class reporter, and he
has worked diligently on the Student Council. He has been
Sports Editor of the Tatler Staff for two years.
As a proud senior of '53, has con-
tributed much to Tivy High. Due to his excellent football
playing he was one of Tivy's outstanding gridders, a foot-
ball captain, and was elected president of the "T" Asso-
ciation. He has earned many points as both vice-president
of Visual Aid and the Most Versatile Boy of the Senior
class which entitles Bobby to a place in Who's Who.
An outstanding figure in Tivy's Athletic depart-
ment is He is one of the few
boys to have lettered in three sports, football,
basketball, and track. He e x h i b i t e dsuch skill
on the football field that he was chosen as a co-
captain of the '52 squad. Among his many attri-
butes in sports he advanced to regional in track.
He was elected treasurer of the "T" Association a
and is a member of the chorus and Visual Aid.
MAURICEL S'I'OVAL-L has shown her qualities of leadership
not only as head cheerleader, but as an active memberin
many school organizations. She is Senior Editor of the Antler
Staff and a member of the F. H. A. As a capable and hard-
working secretary of both the Senior Class and G. A. A. , she
has assumed many responsitiblies.
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Among the outstanding
students of Tivy High
School, BE'I"I'Y NR ILDMAN has
surely made her place. Betty was
chosen Most Beautiful of the Junior
class, and as a member of the play cast.
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A. club, and was elected area F.H.A. pianist,
and also takes part in Antlerettes, N. I-LS. and G.
A.A. As Junior class editor of the Antler Staff, Betty
has worked tirelessly for Tivy's yearbook.
, Junior class president, JOE BGB WILSON is one of
the outstanding members of his class. He was chosen
as Most Ve rsatile boy of his class. He holds t
office of treasurer of the Student Council and is
member of the N. H. S. Besides being a V. A. memb
and Assistant Business Manager of the Antler Sta ,,
he was Business Manager of the Juni r Play, " e
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LEAVES OF LOGIC
"As the treeg so the fruit. "
Mr. John Sandidge, p r i n c ip al of Tivy High
Schoolfor the past three years, devotes his time
to all problems of curriculum and guides the many
activities of the student body.
Mr. Jerry Moore, who is serving his first year
as principal of Tivy Jr. High School, busily be-
gins another day as he talks to the parents of a
Junior High student.
Mrs. Florence Weiss,
guidance counselor of
Tivy High School, greets
each student with a smile
as they enter her office
throughout the day to
discuss school problems.
Mr. E. L. Wild-
man, superintendent of
Kerrville Public Schools.
Tivyis as proud of him as he is
ofit. He is busy constantlyiron-
ing out schoolproblems, helping for-
wardthe schoo1's standards, and always
his first interest is the students. His goal
is that Tivy should produce good men and
women. Heis a shining example of fairness.
Tivy owes many thanks and gratitude for all the
work he has done on its behalf. Above he is shown
leaving the School Tax Office.
The English teachers
of Tivy are interested in all pupils, as
they gather frequently in the library to discuss the
workoftheirclasses. Seated are Mrs. Elizabeth Furman M
Nan Kellam, ,Mrs. Mary Willson, and Mrs. Gloria Richards. Mrs. Zelma
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r y, rs. Bess Canafax, and Miss Lila Barrett are standing.
Many mornings in the school
the social studies teachers, Mrs.
Billie Manning,Mrs. Mamie Praytor, Mrs. Lorene
Swayze, Mrs. Jessie Wilson, and Mr. Robert Holden
gather to discuss the integration of the subjects in their departments.
' in American and World
Tivy's Social Studies Department offers courses
History, Civics, Sociology, and Geography.
celledxn each phase of
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:ble are the teachers
above who are dlscussxng
plans for the year They
are Mr John Armstrong,
band dlrector Mrs.
Rachel Luna speech in-
s ructor rs Hele
Wagner art teacher and
Mrs Lavene Bennett
Miss Bess Mitchell,
Mrs. Ellen Ham-
mond receive some
extra tutoring from
Mr. Louis Burton
in their spare
time. In Tivy's
algebra, g e o -
the S ubj e cts
taught by these
Students who are en-
courses have an excellent
opportunity to explore
into the realm of the un-
known, and to profit by
The teachers are, left to
right: Miss Mackie All-
ood science, Mr. John
Wagner, physics, Mr. Her-
man Billnitzer, science. and
Mr. Calvin Hibler, chem-
to t h e s t u -
d e n t s , as it
for jobs in the
are Mr. Preston
teach courses in
They are shown
here preparing the
of relaxation on the
front porch of the
cottage are fl to rj
Mrs. Nelwyn Moore,
Miss Sylvia Peter-
and Mrs. Moore
head Tivy's mo-
i dern Home
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y are fl t
Franke, nurseg Mrs
The physical education
orgia Griffith, Mr.
Fred Jacobs, and
Mr, Foster Miller
make plans for the
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ff N , X 12-First football game of the year in
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X X. N Z0-Antlerette Hobo Dance ,Q
,f 'Q ' X 30-Formal F. H. A. Initiation
M N N X October' - Q
' Nl X -. 10-F. H. A. Chicken and Spaghetti Supper AQ
X 11 -Western Dance and the Crownin of I
Q the Queen -5 gh
u x -X 18-Band Day in Austin , to
N 21-F. H. A. Open House it
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'ff SQ, l--F. H. A. Dance and Box Supper 'Q
Z 'ix X N--L 15-Antlerette Carnival Q'
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Al . . quet X
I KX S 21-Final football game with Edison X Q
, N, 22-Seniors's Sadie Hawkins Dance Ns.
I ' X .7 24-as Junior Play .Q
X X- 27-Z9 Thanksgiving Holidays 2
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Y-. 6--Barbecue for the Football Boys X
f-5 18-Christmas Program by Choral and C S Q'
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S' Formal ' X,
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, 31-New Year's Dance Q
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X Z3-Student Council show and Dance R S
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'ri Z0-Senior Square Dance N
ri Zl -Junior Class Dance -
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- March: xx
'X 6-7 Band Trip to Brady W'
-Z 12-Twirp Dance 'lf
C' 13-14 Border Olympics S
- Z1-Intex-.scholastic Lea ue Meet 'X 3
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Z7-Z8-Texas Relays Q
X April: e
i., 2--Career Day QS
'N 10-Senior Boys and Faculty Basketball- S
5 Z1 -Senior Party Q
QL 24-Lime Fiesta -,.,Q5
X 9--Junior and Senior Banquet 4,
15-Senior Day X .5
1 ZZ-Barbecue :or the Seniors N'
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The Senior class officers, Joann Schreiber,
reporterg Maurice Stovall, secretaryg Phil
Carroll, vice-presidentg Jane Ann McCall,
treasurerg and Ronnie Rutherford, presidentg
discuss class activities in the I-LE. Cottage.
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i QL-R, Mrs. Zelma Hardy,
l"' e -,ss' fi? Mr. John Wagner, and Mr.
-1Qq4r"' H A, Preston Chambliss, wait in
, the Library for the students
M A to begin a class meeting
-.R " ' discussing a Senior Square
1" Dance. Senior sponsors
Miss Virginia Henniger and
Mr. Bill Oliver are not
Oh, Happy Day! Alfred Wilson measures
Herman Baldwin for his cap and gown for
The Melonnaires, organized by a group of Tivy boys
this year, entertained at a Senior High Assembly.
Visual Aid '51-'53
NANCEY AN AULD
Jr. Play Cast
"The very essence
of good nature."
St. Council '53
Antler Staff '53
"Though few her years,
are many. "
"T" Ass'n. '51-'53
"Hex-e's to Herman,
tried and true!"
Drum Major '53
"Where he succeeds,
merit is all his own. "
St. Council '51-'53
V. Pres. '52
Soph. Pres. '51
Jr. Pres. '52
Who's Who '52
Popular Jr. '52
Jr. Play Cast '52
"Greatness threatens to
overtake this young man."
Flag Bearer '53
"Her recipe for making
friends--be one. "
"Although a man of few
words, he means what
he says. "
RUBY JEAN BERGIVIANN
"Friendly and sin-
cere, a joy to all
who know her."
"lf eyes are windows
to the soul, her soul
must pretty be. "
"A silent tongue
shows a wise head."
"Self-respect is the
corner stone of vir-
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St. Council '52
Fire Marshall '52
Soph. Sec. '51
"T" Ass'n. '52-'53
V. Pres. '53
"Laugh and the world
laughs with you."
Choral '53 .
"There's nothing ill
can dwell in such a
BETTY JANE BURLESON
"She's gentle, she's
wise, yet there's
laughter in her eyes."
F. H. A. '53
"Fortune will call at
the smiling gate. "
"He'll make his way
good wherever he
"A slow smile that
has won her many
friends, and kept
Sr. Vice Pres. '53
"T" Ass'n '52-'53
Jr. Play Cast '52
"Always ready with a
laugh to quench the
fire of any wrath."
MARY ELIZABETH COMEAUX
"Petite, but dynamic. "
MINNIE LEE COKE
Point System Sec. '53
"Her wealth is not all
in her hair, she's pure
gold through and throug
JESSIE ANN COOPER
"A sweet face, and a
sweet girl behind it."
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"He's the sum total
of wit and good
h." humor. "
.TOE SANCHEZ CORTEZ
"Nothing but himself
can be his parallel. "
l MARJORII-3 cox
"Suggar and spice and
everything nice. "
ind Lt. '51
lst Lt. '58
"A sweet example of
"A warm hearted and
Meat Judging Team '52
Znd in State
Grass Judging Team '51
End in District
5th in State
"As dependable as the
Rock of Gibraltar, but
far more sociable. "
"A little fire grows
great with but a little
"The craftsman is
known by his work. "
"I-Ie's in the game of
life to win. "
"A student a friend
a worthy man.
St. Council '52
"T" Ass'n. '52-'53
Most Versatile Jr. '52
"l am the master of my
fate, I am the captain
of my soul. "
N. H.S. '53
Jr. Play Cast '52
"A teacher's ideal
student, a student's
ideal friend. "
"She's as sweet as
"An angelic expression
on his face, with a
bit of the devil in
"T" Ass'n. '52-'53
"Look, he's winding
the watch of his wit.
By and by it will
F. F. A. '53
St. Council '53
"Ambitious, not only
in studies, but in
making friends. "
"Good nature and good
sense must ever gain. "
'N . g RALPH GILSTRAP
A little mischief now
and then is relished
by the best of men "
"Her presence is the
finishing touch to
"A strong link in any-
body's chain fo friend-
JIMMY GRA YSON
FRANK HAGERT Y
Ch0I'3l '52-'53 F.F.A. '50-'53 N.H.S. '50
V-PM '50-'53 D.E. '53 Antlerettes '50-'53
"As welcome as the sun- F. H.A. 'SZ Seq, '53
shine after rain."
"His eyes look toward
the future, unafraid. "
Librarian '51-'53 "T"
Jr. Play Cast '52
words, her friends." and
"True to her works, her ", , ,
and tall, and swift,
strong of heart is he.'
"Modest, reserved, and
NANCY JANE HAYS
Jr. Play Cast '52
"A ready wit, a ready
smile, make her welcome
all the while. "
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G.A.A. '50-'52 D.E. '51-'52 Tatler '53
"To know her is to like "Just one big grin. " F. H.A. '50-'53
her. " "She's full of worth
D. E. '52-'53
"A Certain sign of wis-
dom is continued cheer-
"Kindness has an irresist-
able cha rm. "
and goodness with
kindness blent. "
MARY SUE IICWYE
Jr. Play Cast '52
to her as second
"He can attain the
"Quiet as a lambg
sweet as sugar. "
MARY LEE JOBES
Bus. Mgr. '52-'53
Jr. Play Cast '52
"A permanent gen-
erator of energy
and good will."
St. Council '53
Rep. Jr. Class '52
District Pres. '53
"She's sane, seri-
ous, sensible and
"As jolly as her
"Always leave them
ELDA MARIE JORDAN
"A sweet smile from
a pure heart."
"A guy who can't be
F, F.A. '50-'53
"A man of sterling
"T" Ass'n. '52-'53
"A fine boy, J.B. "
St. Council '52
Jr. Play Cast '52
"He has an elevated
"T" Ass'n. '52-'53
"With so much ambi-
tion he's bound to
Meat Judging Team 'SZ
Znd in State '52
High Individual '52
Grass Judging Tram '52
3rd in District 'SZ
5th in State '52
Star Cheaper Farmer '50
"His character is his
BILLIE CAROL LUXTON
"A tiny bundle of sun-
"A loveable bubble of
sunshine and happiness."
ROSE MARIE MATTER
Tatler Staff '53
"Sweet is the word for
"Love is in your heart."
"T" Ass'n. '52-'53
"May the years be long,
for he's a friend to
JANE ANN MCCALL,
N. ILS. '53
Treas. Sr. Class '53
Jr. Play Cast '53
"The envy of many, the
glory of all."
HARRIET ANNE OAKES
"Small in stature, but
big in heart. "
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Vice-Pres. Jr. Class '52
St. Council '51, '53
"T" A5s'n, '51-'53
accomplishedg truly a
"She has a smooth stead-
fast mind, gentle
thoughts, and calm
SGC- FI't'Sh. Class '5u
HT" Ass'n, 'Sl-'53
"Here is courage, the
greatest of them all."
"A wealth of fun lurks
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"Her ways are ways
of pleasamness. "
"A good Joe."
"Golden hair, golden
St. Council '51-'52
Bus. Mgr. '53
"Thorough and efficient
in her undertakings."
"Her treasures are
Vice4Pres. Soph. Class
Pres. Sr. Class '53
St. Council '51
Handsome Soph. '51
"T" Ass'n. '52-'53
"Now a boy of worth
and character, soon a
man of power and pro-
MYRA BETH SAENGER
Si. Council '50
Treas. Jr. Class '52
Jr. Play Cast '52
"A marvel of cheerful-
ness and cha rm. "
BEVERLY JEAN SAMPLE
Jr. Play Casi '52
"Nice and neat, quite
a Yreat. "
"A lady of noble
Sr. Class Rep. '53
Sec. Treas. '53
2nd Lt. '51
lst LA. '52
Drum Nlajorette '53
Jr. Play Cast '52
Beautiful Soph. '51
"She looks like she
just swallowed a
Vice-Pres. '53 L
"Pert and merry is our
Jerry. " 'A-ff lf
"She-'s Winsome, and
wise, a wonderful
Eff ve .
F 1-LA. '50
"Her reserved manner
makes her every task
"There is not a head with-
out a star above it. "
"Slow and easyg Bobby'S
a person time and tide
will wait for."
"T" Ass'n. '51-'53
"He doth indeed show
some sparks that are
JO GAYLE SNYDER
"She never hides the
golden sunshine of
her smile. "
Prompter Jr. Play '52
"This busy bee is a
honey to know."
Treas. Fresh. Class '50
Treas. Soph. Class '51
"T" Ass'n. '51-'53
Sec. Treas. '53
Jr. Play Cast '52
"He has made his mark 0
Tivy, and it cannot be
erased by time."
"Her shyness does not
discourage her host of
Soph Class Rep. '51
Sr. Class Sec. '53
Head Cheirleader '53
Western Queen '52
Popular Soph. '51
Beautiful Jr. '52
Who's Who '52
"She is, somehow the
girl so many of us
would like to be."
Jr. Play Cast '52
"Lively and changeable,
like a flame in the wind."
Sec. Jr. Class '52
F. F. A. Sweetheart '53
Most Popular '52
"All her ways are
winning ways. "
"Ever a friend to
all those who offer
Dist. Hist. '51
"Her personality is as
bright as her smile."
St. Council '50-'51
Football Mgr. '51-'52
"From a little spark
may burst a mighty
St. Council '53
"Devout, yet cheer-
ful, acti fe, yet
"Natural as the sun-
light on the sea. "
"A sweet attractive
kind ot' grace. "
" .... and some are
sharpened keen and
true, and carve their
Way to fame. "
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At the annual Christmas
formal, sponsored by the
Band and Antlerettes, the
grand march was held.
Leading the grand march
were the school and
class favorites of the
1953 school year.
Mrs. Jesse Wilson, Mrs.
Gloria Richards, Mrs.
Nellwyn Moore, and Mr.
Calvin Hibler, Junior
Class sponsors, are proud
of the advertising com-
mittee's fine work for the
class's dance to raise
funds for the Junior-Senior
Some weary but happy
campers pause before de
parting from Camp Idle-
wild, where they en-
joyed a vacation spon-
sored by the F. H. A.
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ALICE LEE ANN BILLY
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KLEIN KUNZ LIESMANN LONG
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MCBRYDE MCELROY MEDINA MEEK
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IVIICHON IVIICI-ION MIEARS MILLER
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RADELEFF RANKHORN RANSOM REED
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KAY FRANCES HAROLD RITA
ROSSON SANDEFER SATT LER SAUER
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SHELBURNE SHELTON SHORT SMITH
SHIRLEY EUGENE 4 ED HUGO
VALLIER WAIT WALKER WERNER
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presented in Tivy Auditorium on November 24, and 25.
The Sophomore sponsors QI..-RJ Miss Macky
Allgood, Miss Silvia Petersen, Mrs. Lavene
Bennett, and Mrs. Mary Willson, meet in
Mr. Wildman's office to talk over plans for a
In the Antlerette carnival, some sophomore
girls were responsible for the G. A. A. booth .
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treasurerg Clyde Barlow, secretaryg Bobby
Ingram, presidentg Sandra Harden, vice-
presidentg and Buddy Snow, reporterg relax
for a few minutes on the breezcway.
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A few members of the "Pear1
Divers Association", the boys
who work in the cafeteria,
wait at the counter for the
students to bring their trays
to be cleaned. Pictured are
Herman Baldwin, Ronnie
Rutherford, Herman Gadeke,
Tyrus Hawkins, and Bate
Roast turkey is on the
dinner menu as Mrs.
Biehler, Mrs. Heimann,
Mrs. Hamrick, and Mrs.
Arnecke prepare lunch
for the students.
Mr. Meredith, who is completing his
thirtieth year as Superintendent of Build-
ings, locks up the equipment room as he
completes another day's duties of keeping
Tivy's buildings and equipment in ex-
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Freshmen Class sponsors meet to plan ninth grade activities. Seated fleft to rightj are
Mr. Foy Page, Mr. Fred Jacob, Mrs. Elizabeth Furman, Mr. Jerry Moore, and Mrs.
Followinga pre-game pep rally in the gym, the Band,
Antlerettes and student body hold a parade in townwith
the forming of the traditional friendship circle as a
Maynard Miller, Gerald Robison, Bill Wo-
mack, and Charles Schrupp stand near the
flag pole during lunch hour discussing the
outcome of a freshman basketball game.
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receives trophy at the New
Mr. Herman Billnitzer, Mr. Tom
Daniels, and Mr. Preston Chambliss
assist with coaching duties. Mr.
Fred Jacob, who is also an assistant
coach, is not pictured.
Billy Joe Lea and Bobby Ingram
served as managers of the football
1952 ANTLER FOOTBALL TEAM
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The game between Tivy and Austin was one ofthe most exciting games of the season, The Antlers
outfought and outplayed the favored Austin Maroons for three periods, then gave way to a last
quarter rally and came out on the short end of the 8-7 score. Bryant Stone scored Tivy's T.D.
with Stevens kicking the extra point. Bobby Tobin scored for Austin and Dick Nelson blocked a
Tivy kickfor a safety. Here the Tivy boys show some
fine defensive work.
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FINAL DISTRICT 7-AAA-STANDINGS
Edison 313 33
Harlandale 167 95
Kerrville 126 54
New Braunfels 158 105
Alamo Heights 106 136
Victoria 157 182
Seguin 77 96
Burbank 39 177
Lanier 26 361
The Ant1er's toughest game
of the season was with the
Brownwood Lions. The Ant-
lers fought hard, but failed
to score against the Lions.
The final score was 32-0.
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a pass from Bobby Stevens
for a first down.
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CHARLES KLEIN, SR. 2 letters BURTON BROWN, SR.
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The first district game ofthe season forthe Tivy Antlers proved to be very disappointing. Despite
numerous fumbles by I-larlandale, Tivy still could not score. Tivy recovered three of Harlandale's
fumbles withinthe Indians ten yard line, all for no score. Gordon Morgan, Pinky Brown, Bryant
Stone and Kenneth Hogue
played an excellent game
from their back field posi-
tions. Here Tivy's Gordon
Morgan has just recovered a
fumble onthe lndian's Z5 yard
line. Harlandale won this en-
counter by a score of 33-0.
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New Braunfels was the first win of the season for the Tivy Antlers as the Antlers scored 7-O.
Pinky Brown scored in the third quarter for the only T.D. of the game. Tivy gained 15 first
downs to the oppositions none. The Antlers out played New Braunfels, as they gained 206 yards
to the Unicorns' 33. The closest penetration for New Braunfels was to the Tivy 25. Shown here
is Tivy's Charles Klein being brought down after making
an excellent end run against the Unicorns.
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Tivy won its second game of the season, against the Seguin Matadors, to stay in the running
for the 7-AAA crown 13-O. The Matadors out played Tivy during the first half of the game, but
the Antlers came back in the third quarter. Seguin did not make a first down after the beginning
ofthe third quarter. James Murray blockeda Seguin kickin the third period, which was recovered
by Tyrus Hawkins for the initial T.D. The second score
came in the last quarter when Fullback Kenneth Hogue
scored ona 13 yard run. Here Pinky Brown picks up yard-
age against the Seguin Matadors. '
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Back, 5'9", 162
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BILL-Y MCDANIELS, SOPH.
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The Lanier Voks were the Tivy Antlers' third consecutive District 7-AAA opponent to be held
scoreless as they went down in defeat 33-0. Pinky Brown was the leading scorer of the game
with 12 points, followed by Bobby Stevens with 9. Others scores were Gordon Morgan and Ray-
mond Ayala with one T. D. each.
The Voks were held to a minus
19 yards in 7 attempts.
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The fourth win ofthe season came by defeating Alamo Heights 14-7. The first half of the game
was very uneventful compared to the second half. Bobby Stevens took the kickoff the second
half and ranit back 72 yards forthe inital T. D. Alamo Heights scored early in the fourth quarter
to tie up the game. In the
last 20 seconds of the game
Bobby Stevens threw a pass to
Herman B a ldw i n that Went
67 yards for the last T.D. of
the game. Here Bryant Stone
is shown during one of his
1 many long runs. In the left
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linesman who has just been
knoc ked down by the hard-
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The Tivy Antlers continued their winning streak by defeating Burbank 33-O. The first half of the
game Tivy ran from the "T" formation and had very little success except for the touchdown pass
from Bobby Stevens to Gordon Morgan. The Antlers used the single-wing formation during the
second half which proved to be very effective. Tivy scorers were Morgan with two touchdowns
and Stone, Ayala, and Hester with one each. The picture
below is of Raymond Ayala, who, somewhere in the pile
of players, has just made his touchdown.
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Tivy ranintotrouble from the very beginning of the game with Victoria. Before the Antlers knew 1
what had happened, they were behind 7 points. One of the Stingarees grabbed the kick-off and 1
raced ac ross the Tivy goal line fora T. D. inthe first play of the game. Stone and Stevens teamed
up to make the score 6-7. Then Stone scored again with Stevens kicking the extra point. From
this point, Tivy had control of the game. Morgan finished
the game right by catching a pass from Stevens to make the ,NW
score read Z6-14.
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The Tivy Antlers gave a good account of themselves in the last game of the season with Thomas
Edison. Although Tivy came out on the short end of the score, 15-0, they still finished third in
the district standings. Tivy lost the game only because of a few unlucky breaks which Edison
took full advantage of. Stone ,
Murry, Morgan, Denton, and
Shelton played an excellent game
as wellas the other members of
the team. Gordon Morgan on the
receiving end of a pass is seen
here being tackled by a host of
MAURICE STOVALL, Sr.
MARGIE VANN, Sr.
NANCEY AULD, Sr.
SANDRA ROSS, Jr.
"Drive 'Em, Antlers,
Drive 'Em "
At eachfootball game the cheerleaders
yell for the individual Antlers while
their name is being announced.
BECKY THOMAS, Sr.
"Fight 'Err1, Antlers
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Nancy Auld, Sandra Ross, Margie
Vann, Maurice Stovall, Becky Tho-
mas, and Charlotte Mares lead a
yell at the bonfire before the Edi-
During the pep rally before
the Victoria game, head
yell leader Maurice Stovall
presented Coach Foster
Miller with the traditional
wreath forthe team from the
school in appreciation and
thanks for sucha fine football
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thers as they rooted for their
MR. TOM DANIELS, "
Coaches the "B" HX' .-
MR. PRESTON CHAMBLISS
Coaches Tivy's "A" Squad,
BRYANT STONE -Guard
HERMAN BALDWIN breaks through for another
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All eyes follow the ball!
J. B. KENNEDY-Forward
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Two teams Crouch for the rebound after JOE W1L50N-Gua1-d
J. B. KENNEDY takes a shot!
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BOBBY INGRAM-Guard HAWKINS scrambles for the ball!
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rect grip for the forehand to fl..-Rl Mary
Ann Stovall, Barbara Kuhlmann, Joyce
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who play senior girls doubles, are in
position to learn volleying.
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preparation for a vault.
Charles Klein takes a warm up lap be-
fore he runs the 880.
The 1953 track team was composed of the following boys:First row QL.-Rj:J. Chiles, J. Girard,
I... Hester, A. Thacker, B. Jonas, J. Johnson, R. Ayala. Second row KL-RJ: J. Gentry, P.
Medina, D. Cowen,F. Bernhard, C. Klein, B. Snow, E. Walker. Third row CL-RQ: K. Hogue,
D. Pareti, B. Stevens, P. Brown, M. Anthony, D. Bell, J. McElroy, B. Lee, Coach Jacob.
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LEAVES OF LEADERSHIP
No matter where they stand, trees
lend nobility to each.
The Student Council Offi-
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jects and business. Gail
Patty Johnson, reporter,
Joe Bob Wilson, treasurer,
and Perry Bushong, fire
marshall, leave the cafe-
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As Student Council President, Billy Barlow
presides at chapel and assembly programs,
conducts councilmeetings, and helps plan and
organize those activities sponsored by the,
One of the council's projects for the year is
the construction of a sidewalk to aid the stu
dents and improve the appearance of the cam
pus. Here Jimmy Swayze Perry Bushong,
Gordon Morgan Norma Albright, Clyde Bar-
low and Alfred Wilson decide on the exact
location for the walk.
Conscientious of his duties, David Baker,
vice-president of the Student Council, dis
cusses current council issues with Mrs
Florence Weiss, Student Council sponsor
before a meeting.
Packing up for one of their long awaited
Student Council Convention trips, are
Q1 to rl Bate Bond, Perry Bushong, Gail
Anderson, Berlene Fletcher, Elma Real,
Joe Bob Wilson, and Philip Furman.
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Found at a council meet-
ing are: fseated l to rj
Elma Real, Berlene Fletcher,
Patty Johnson, Perry Bushong,
Joe Bob Wilson, Clyde Barlow,
Gordon Morgan, Phil Furman,
Alfred Wilson, Gail Anderson,
and Norma Albright, and
fstanding 1 to rl David Baker,
Jimmy Swayze, Buddy
Snow, Bill Garrett, Bill
Barlow, and Bate Bond.
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Gloria R i c h a r d s , sponsor of the
National Honor Society pause in the
doorway after discussing plans fora
worthwhile civic project.
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Practicing for the singing valentines
before entering a c la s s ro o m are
Becky Thomas, Harold Sattler, Ken-
ton Ahrens, Mary Lee Jobes, and
A group of National Honor
Society initiates study the
constitution before their
initiation. Shown Q1 to rl
are Gail Harden, Jodell
Sauer, Rose Marie Mat-
ter, Myra Beth Saenger,
Margaret Hanna, and
Checking the mem-
bers grades are
the N. H. S.
to rj Charlie
Leaving high school to undertake
another worthy N. H. S. project are
fl to rl Betty Wildman, Noel Gregg,
Donald Bell, Carol King, Betty
R e i n h a r cl , and Philip Furman.
l-lere they are on their way to sell
poppies as a community service.
A group of N. H.S. members work
on one of their many projects. This
particular projectis baby sitting for
parents who are voting in the local
election. Shown receiving a call are:
fl to rj Jay McElroy, Joe Bob Wil-
son, Nancey Auld, Marlyn Beazley,
Martha Lou Rogers, and Alice Car -
The class editors of the 1953 Antler just
received a book listing the criticisms of
the 1952 yearbook. They hope these will
aid them in making this year's book even
better than last year'5, fl to rj are: Betty
Wildman, Junior editor, Lucy Nance,
Sophomore editor, Maynard Miller, Fresh-
man editor, and Maurice Stovall, Senior
The Antler Staff, Maurice Stovall, Flo
Weiss, Gail Harden, Charlotte Mares,
Maynard Miller, Lucy Nance, Becky
Thomas, Betty Wildman, Gail Ander-
son, Alfred Wilson, Betty Reinhard,
and Joe Bob Wilson discuss the location
for the taking of the picture on page 1.
The eager Antler Staff is always working
hardto make extra money. Here you see
one oftheirunusualprojects--taking funny
photos atthe Antlerette Carnival. Posing
for the birdie are "Pa and Ma", C.W.
Minterand Nancy Cary, followedby "Tex",
The greatestthrillofthe AntlerStaff
was the trip to the Yearbook Clinic
in San Angelo in October. Many
handicaps, such as this flat tire,
overtook them while enroute, but
they returned with the feeling that
they had gained much from the ex-
Much ofthe Antler Staff's time is spent
comparing their ideas with those from
otherannuals. I-Ierethe specialeditors
Flo Weiss, layout, Gail Ande rson,
typistg Charlotte Mares, art, Alfred
Wilson, photography Gail Harden, copyg
are seen going through some 1952
annuals from Texas colleges.
One of the Antler Staff's annual money-
making projects is selling programs at the
home football games. Working hard are
Betty Reinhard, Alfred Wilson, andFlo
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The Tatler Staff Advisor, Miss Lila
Barrett, gives Lois Eakin, editor,
a few pointers on front page make-
up for the next issue of the Tatler.
Every other week during sixth period,
the special editors, fl. to r.j Jerry
Shelton, Beverly Sample, and Marji
Stewart are found distributing the
Tatlers to the students.
The journalism class works with the regular Tatler
staff to publish the paper. Here the first year stu-
dents fold the papers before they are distributed
to the students.
Sandra Ross was chosen by the stu-
dent body as Queen of Western week
which was sponsored by the Tatler.
She was crowned at the dance, Oct.
9, which climaxed the week's festi-
Two busy people on the Tatler Staff
who contribute a great deal to its
publication are Mary Lee Jobes, bus.
manager, and Buddy Snow, sports
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Music is a source of enjoyment, after
school as well as during the daily
classes for the Choral Club officers.
Max Dunks, seated at the piano, is
president, JoAnn Schreiber is secre-
tary, and Marji Stewart is reporter.
The trio, fl to rj Sandra Harden, Bar-
bara Davidson, and Beverly Sample,
led by Mrs. Lavene Bennett, entertain
for many civic organizations and
Mrs. Lavene Bennett intently directs
the senior chorus as they prepare for
their annual Christmas Program.
lst row: fl ro rl
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Montana, Tay or, .
Rosson, Beach, Odem, Stewart, Sauer, Zander,
and Nance. Znd row: Shelton, Schmidt, Worthen, Riley, Reed,
Lambert, Schreiber, Williams, Smith, Reimer, and Turner. 3rd row:
Wines, Ottinger, Kirk, Sattler, Morgan, Sample, Maxwell, Shelton, Stone,
Kunz, Shelburne, and Powell.
lst row: Q1 ro rl Garrett, Harden, Blackerby, Builta, King, Jones,
Irvin, Beaver, and Orr. Znd row: C. Barlow, Bennett, Baker, Goff
Dolezal, Davidson, Helmke, Midkiff, James, and Kaiser. 3rd
row: Cordell, Cverloff, Grayson, B. Barlow, Brown, Ahrens,
' Dickey Gentry, and Dunks.
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Two people who have contributed
to making the Tivy Band well known
and popular in our district, are Mr.
John Armstrong, the director, and
Mike Anthony, the drum major.
The Tivy Band, seated
fl to rj lst row:G1-egg,
L. Nance, Ramsey,
Allison, Taylor, Hol-
ton, Wagner, Caton,
Fisher, Van Hoozer,
Real, Hardy. Znd row:
Anderson, Coke, Bushong,
De Masters, Snyder, Gray-
son, Wildman, Clements,
Builta, Maxwell, D. Nance,
Upton, Wood, K. Franklin,
The band officers seated, are: fl to rl Maurice
Wood, quartermaster, Sandy Franklin, librarian,
and Patty Johnson, secretary-treasurer. Standing,
are: fl to rj Mike Antony, president, Minnie Lee
Coke, point system secretary, Kenton Ahrens,
vice-president,JayMcE1roy, quartermaster, Clay
McBryde, quartermaster, Beth Hardy, librarian,
Randall Leatherman, quartermaster, and Leif Lu-
The Tivy High Band is led in all their performances
by these six twirlers, who spend many long hours
practicing for perfection. QL-RJ Head twirler, Minnie
Lee Coke, Bunny Gregg, Kathy Ramsey, Mike Anthony,
drum major, Kay Franklin, Lucy Nance, Elma Real.
For the first time this year, the band chose a sweet-
heart, Kay Franklin. Kay, as an active member in the
organization, has shown her musical talent in playing
the French horn and her service to the band as a
Third row fl-rj I... Lug-
lan, K. Ahrens, G, Eb-
bensburger, W. Betty,
B. Blackburn, W. Roge
I-I. Gadeke, M. Rogers,
E. Radleff, T. Pollard,
J. Clark, D. Litchy, J,
Chiles, G. Hardy, K,
Builta, J. McElroy, F.
Weiss, J. Kaiser, G,
Streigler, C. McBryde,
D. Ottinger, J, Taylor,
Fourth row fl-rj R,
Wines, M. Van Hoozer,
S. Huber, K. Russell,
S. Franklin, J. Arm-
strong, J. Girard, J,
Swayze, B. Luther, A.
Carmichael, I... Roe, P
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Edward Lange, F. F. A. president,
discusses chapter activities with Mr
Bill Oliver and Mr. Foy Page, spon-
sors and instructors.
Members of the Kerrville Chapter
of the F. F.A. gather in the class-
room ofthe Ag. building for ameetf
ing. These members take part in
many agricultural contests and
shows in this area and in the state.
Mr. Bill Oliver's second year ag-
riculture class boards a school bus
to take a field trip to the auction
F. F. A. member,
displays the plaque
he won with his
that won the Grand
Champion Award at
the Fat Stock
Mr. Bill Oliver and former Tivy stu-
dent, Tommy Priour, look over Hugo
Woe rnor's prize winning lamb along with
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The officers of the
F.F.A. are CL-Rl R- J
Sidney Kunz, Bill Gar-
rett, Bill Knox, Paul
Pelton, Harold Sattler,
Dunks, and Bill Davis.
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The F. H. A. officers,
fl to rl are: Gail Har-
den, secretaryg Patty
Shasta Cook, historiang
Rose Lane Beaver,temp
Lina Rankhorn, parlia-
Sue Johnson, pianist,
Flo Weiss, treasurer.
These girls make
able in the cottage
bedroom while plan-
ning projects to be
discussed at the
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Tivy's I-lomemaking Department will
always be proud of its beautiful and
modern cottage. The students have
taken greatpride in working with its
Miss Sylvia Petersen and Mrs. Nelwyn
Moore, the I-LE. teachers join in the
Christmas spirit by decorating the tree for
the H. E. cottage.
Mrs. Nellwyn Moore explains the procedure
for using the oven to the boys class in Home
Economics. This class also studies nutrition
and home nursing during the year.
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At an FHA meeting in the kitchen of the Home-
making cottage, plans are made for a chapter
party. The FHA has a large membership and
is ve ry active organization in social activities
and charity Work.
Maurice Stovall, Becky Thomas, and Mary Jo
Burrus fashion dresses from n e w s p ape r s
during the informal initiation of new mem-
bers inthe fall. The chapter also holds formal
candlelight ceremonies as part of the ini-
Gail Anderson, president, and Miss
Georgia Griffith, s p o n s o r of the
Antlerettes, discuss the point sys-
tem to be used for the oncoming year.
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The flag-bearers, Lorna Beach, Nancy
Gary, and Lucretia Michon proudly carry
flags of the United States, organization,
S major, and Barbara Kuhlmann, majorette spend
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pres.g Betty Reinhard, sergeant, Marji Stewart,
reporter, Carolyn Maxwell, s e r g e a ntg lead the
Antlerettes in their school year activities.
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s- h p Cathie Klein, majoretteg Joan Schreiber, drum
many hours practicing for their spirited half-
time performances during the football season.
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Brown, vice-pres. 3 Herman Gadeke, re-
porterg Bryant Stone, treasurerg and
Bobby Stevens, presidentproudly examine
their new letter jackets.
Tivy's "T" Ass'n, which is for boys
who have lettered in any sport, meet
in the nurse's clinic to discuss busi-
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and Fred Jacob, pause in
the hall before a "T"
Ass'n meeting. As spon-
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Auld, reporterg Betty Reinhard, president,
Maurice Stovall, secretary-treasurer.
Here they are seen taking time out from
their tennis game for a refreshing drink
Jane Dyer and Corinne Orr take their turns in
tumbling as the rest of the class watches.
Miss Griffith, G. A. A. sponsor, reads
an announcement to the girls gym
The G. A. A. girls, Jones, Sublett, Hargreaves,
Allen, and Clouse, line up for a free shot as
they practice for a basketball tournament.
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leave school and go to their vari s jobs. Pictured
il-rj are the D. E. officers Bill Knox, Max Braeu-
tigam, Betty Burleson, Kathryn Smith, Carolyn
Hoffpauir, Elaine Jolley', Frank Ha
Mr. D.A. Mills.
Kathryn Smith and Frank ,
Hagerty were C ho s e n
this year as the D. E.
sweethearts. This is
the first year that
both a boy and a
girl have held
season the D. E.
d r i n k s one of
th e i r m o n e y
for sending dele
gateg on trips.
Martha Agan, Shir-
ley Heiman, and Opal
Willis find this work en-
joyable as well as learn-
ing the traits of a good sales-
outside of school and make a
fields of business.
E. Club consists of students who work
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Members ofX'thQxYBgF2lx,'Aid Club gather
around a projectoi-'fo' have their pictures
made. These boys show the many films
that are available to aid Tivy's visual edlu-
cation program for all classes.
Alfred Wilson, Jimmy Gray-
Bobby Snow, president, is seen oiling a
projector, while Mr. Herman Billnitzer,
sponsor, checks the films that are to be
son, Ben Hyde, and Jimmy
Swayze prepare to show
a film to an eighth grade
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fc- M 104 In 50 Colbnth, B. 51 G.-im... B. Qs,
' ' 1 . . 112, 115 Colhour, R. 32, 83, 109 Grona, H. ,A
,Amd'M' B' 72 Comeaux, M. 32 G1-ang, P, '
all:::g:"KN' 60- 102. 103. 116. 119 Cook. K. 72 Haggerty, F. 36. 1
' ' ' 72 Cook, S. 61 Hamon, J. 73
x:"'G5' so Cooper. J. sz 1-1.mp..... n. ss, 119
Anna. ' 60, ll9 Cordell, B. 72 Hgnng, M, 34' 104, U., ug
60- Ill Cordell. R- -- 61. 111 1-1...1.... c. 9. 49. sz. 104, .105
KIINOII. G. 7. 29, 47, 102, 103, 106 Cortey, J. 32 101. ll.. ll'
- 107. 118. 119, 131 Couch. 11. 61 H..-ae... s. 59, 63 Ill 119
gl- 29. 112, 113 cove.-1, c. 61 H..d.,,, L, ' ' gg
Jw H' ' 71- 72 CDI- M- 33. 109 Hardy, 11.36, 105, 100, 112. Ill.-835
- ' ' 29- 39. 105. 121 Crenshaw, K. 33, 108 Hu-4 G 13
Hymn., J. -,Z Y' ' 1
W CFOII1 R. 33 Hjyiyggygg' AL
linux? 580 lg! Engl' 'Q Hargreaves, Ar. 63, 97, ll9. lil
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Ml. K. 60, 111 Dgniell, M. 72 g:Ll:i:l:LT. 36, 3
L - R-H so 97 n.v1a.o... 11. sa, 111 mn, N. ,M ml
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UIQ co 47. 59. 60, 96, 102 Degggn, M, 61 Heinensh'
' '-' 111. 132 DeMllierl, J. 51 , 112 Hendexmon. lo Q,
L' 30' 109- ul' Us D"'dYv B- 33 Henderson R 63 115
,1,.p r. I. so. Ill Denton, J. as Hem J' ' ' H
In M. so, 57, 105, 113 mckey, 1-1. 34, so. 111, 119 H,,,,'Q:. ' 53
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- n. 60 F1etcher,B. 62,103,119 HN, B. 35
J ,. 1 C. 72 Fletcher, E. 62, 119 Hyde: E. 13
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Bidwell. J. 61 Gates, B. 62, 119 J,-,M,, 5, Q
Carmichael, A. 51, 51. IQS' lla Cvernar. F. 72 Jones, I... 64, Ill, 119
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