Tivy High School - Antler Yearbook (Kerrville, TX)
- Class of 1955
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What rnoreis the Tivy"Ant1er" thana mernorybook of the past year's
campus life? The 1955 staff has s ele c ted just that for its theme this
year--Tivy's Campusology. New faces appeared in 1955, Tivy's phys-
ical appearance was altered and changed, but still the Tivy spirit may
be found permeating the entir e campus. As We see the past year in a
modern perspective, certain evidence reveals to us that the outlook of
the schoolis broadening and improving, but we still see the old Tivy and
the special meaning its "Campusology" has to each of us.
I inf memorq of
Each evening, as the lights grow dim,
I lay my hand on the Book of God,
And naturally my thoughts turn to Him,
The one who made me from a clod.
As I open up the Book, I find
Will I, a, new Tomorrow
That a new Day I
He gave to me,
The pages are tattered and torn,
Scarred, from use, age, and time,
But the beauty of Truth is unworn.
As the pages unfold one by one,
Many thoughts caress my mind,
Will I live to see the rising sun?
No--He didn't guarantee
But the Book is a consolation
Something to ease my mind.
Yes, I know someday He'l1 call me.
Then I'1l tread the lanes He trodg
But my soul will be able to look back and see,
Evening--and the Book of God.
BY JOHN SIDNEY HARRIS who will always be
remembered and loved by Tivy and his many
These words, which have been the basis
of Tivy spirit, were given to us by one who
has generously given of her time and tal-
ent with the desire to deepen and strengthen
the loyalty of each individual who has pass-
ed through Tivy. Each day her students
leave school with a song in their hearts
and a real appreciation of the b e auty of
music. For the many years of inspiration
both in song and story, we dedicate this
book to you, Mrs. Lavene Bennett.
"Tivy fight to win this game,
Let's put our shoulders to the wheel
For we're behind you man to man
Each with that Tivy spirit real.
We will fight for every yard,
And to Tivy we'll be true.
Fight and fight them hard,
And cheer again for the Gold and
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To the Students of Tivy:
I take great pride in you, the Students of Tivy, and in
knowing that you are my friends and fellow workers. It
is through your cooperative efforts as a fine student body
that our Tivy has grown into one of the leading schools of
Your sincerity and trustworthiness are deeply appreciated
by the administration and faculty, making it possible for
us to live and work together in an informal atmosphere,
and experience a closeness of students and faculty that is
the envy of many of my colleagues.
I feel very humble in the position that I hold, knowing that
the hopes and aspirations of our generation are soon to be
your responsibilities. I am confident that you are' much
better prepared to cope with the complexities of an uncertain
future than those of us who have preceded you. I wish you
success and vigor in tg, your assignment.
E.L, Wildman, Superintendent
Tivy High School is very for tunate inhaving Mr. John
Sandidge as its pr inc i pal. During his administration,
' Tivy has grown both physically and mentally. Under his
- fine leadership and with his extreme interest in the school,
Tivy will continue to live and row.
Mrs. Florence We i s s is an influ-
ential factor to the students in Tivy
both as a faculty member and a
friend. As guidance counselor, Mrs.
Weiss instructs and guides students
daily in their decisions of selecting
colleges and professions. In her is
found an earnest desire to encourage
Tivy students, and she is well qual-
ified to help them with their prob-
IS THIS A QUlLTlNGABEE?...Mrs.
Mary Hirth, Mr. E-.L. Wildman's sec-
retary, spends her leisure hours after
s chool quilting., She has spent about
three months quilting this particular
one and is quite proud of it.i
THE BIG FISHERMAN. . .School is out and
Mr. Bill Oliver, agriculture instructor, pre-
pares for one of his favorite pastimes, a
week-end fishing trip. Under Mr. Oliver's
instruction, Tivy's agriculture department
has won top honors.
cmd our friends
SHAKESPEAREK, U Q Enjoying a book on the
lawn of her home is Mrs. Zelma Hardy,
English teacher. Mrs. Hardy teaches jun-
ior and senior English and is s pon s o r of
Tivy's chapter of Future Teachers of Amer-
ica, which is named in her honor.
THE TWELFTH "MAN". . . Mrs. Mary Will-
son has been known for years to both teachers
and students as the football team's pet Coach.
Besides being awonderful English teacher,
she alway s has a kind word, along with a
pat on the ba.ck,for the team.
on the focultq
MUSIC IN THE MAKING. . Perhaps Mr . John
Armstrong's favorite subject besides band
is his little son, Johnny. If the musical
instruction is continued, "Little John" will
grow up to be another "Big John." Mr.
Anmstrong is Tivy's band director.
TIME OUT. . . . What is more relaxing than
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GLORIES OF A NEW HOME. . .Mrs.
Gloria Richards a r r a n g e s some new
pictures which help decorate her home
in which she did mo s t of the interior
decorating. Mrs. Richards t e a c he s
English and Spanish in Tivy.
FATHER LIKE SON. . . . Could that be a bas-
an evening of T'V" PT oviqing that it is ketball that little Joe is holding? If it is,
music ? This is agood question to ask Mrs.
Lavene Bennett, director of the junior and
senior chorus. Her answer might be -----
"That sounds great!"
Mr. Preston Charnbli s s is working over
time! He is the basketball c oach at Tivy
and also teaches bookkeeping and typing.
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in if ae, school church, sz:
T9 S the standards of Sas
THINK. . . Mr. John Wagner who te a c h e s
algebra, trigonornetry, and physics gets a
great deal of relaxation in r e ading. His
students are particularly interested in his
remarkable ability to make difficult cours es
so easily understood and interesting.
T53 RE adsqwme Laws is
SN :fiom ca! chiidremt and
MADAME PRESIDENT. . . Mrs. Lorene
Swayze who teaches sociology is also
president of Tivy's P a r e n t Teachers
Association. Being president of such
an organization not onlyrequires a
person who can promote its objects, but
one who lives up to them. Mrsu Swayze
is undoubtedly that person!
BIG PLANS. . . Mr. Earl Cochrane s e e m s
very proud of the small construction which
some of his mechanical dr aw in g students
made. He is responsible for encouraging
his students to build for a better tomorrow
and has done well in doing so.
CARE FOR A TOBY JUG?, . ,If you are in-
terested in unusual hobbies, visit Mrs.
Jessie Wilson, Tivy's his to ry and Civics
teacher. Her hobby is collecting toby jugs
and she can probably tell you an interesting
story of each one!
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A STITCH IN TIME. . .Whata marvelous
pastime--sewing! Mrs. Pat Burton, sec-
retary, certainly is fortunate when it comes
to stitching up something, especially when
that something is upholstery!
WORKING WORK? . . . Mr. Clifton Ma.ckey's
hobby is probably not pulling weeds, but he
does enjoy working in his yard. Perhaps
he could derive some devic e in his shop
classes to helphim when it comes to a back-
SWEET AS A KITTEN,,.,Mrs., Lloyd
Luna., speech teacher and director of
the junior and s enior plays, simply
loves pets! Her favoriteisher pet kit-
ten to which she loves t teach tricks.
THE PAUSE THAT REFRESHES. . . Between
classes Mrs. Elizabeth Furman who teaches
English finds time for a short refreshment
in the lounge. Englishand cokes are really
a necessity for her!
in our classes
WHAT APROBLEM. . . Mr., Calvin Hibler is
Tivy's b i olog y and chemistry instructor.
One of the mostvaluable things available to
his chemistry students is learning the con-
venience of the slide rule. He gets a lot
done with the "large econorny" size slide rule
in his classroom!
CATCHING UP. . . Miss J une Hender-
son, who is sponsor of the Antler and
Tatler Staffs, enjoys her favorite pas-
time, reading, while she rests on a
couch in her apartment. She is also a
junior high English teacher.
GOING FOR A RIDE? . . . Practically every-
one enjoys going riding in the evening,
especially Mr. Foster Miller, Tivy's head
coach. Kerrville is such a pretty town that
those evening rides are quite welcomed and
particularly liked by him.
A MAN'S BEST FRIEND. . .Mr. Louis Burton
had been holding out on everyone until this
picture was taken. The "birdie" finds that
besides teaching algebra and coaching tennis,
he likes pets!
SWISI-1!. . .Did someone see a golfball go by?
Mrs. Nell Swayze, dietitian at Tivy, enjoys
her spare time by taking a few holes of golf.
If she does as well on the g r een as in the
cafeteria, she's sure to win!
ART ENTHUSIAST. . . Tivy's art te ac he r
and ex-student, Miss Gretchen Kuhlmann,
examines proudly some masterpieces from
her own c ollec tion. Art is her greatest
interest from every standpoint.
A HUNTING I DID GO...Perhaps if
someone isinterested, Mr. D.A. Mills,
distributive education instructor , would
like to tell his story of "the one that
did not get away! " He has proof, too,
as revealed in the pictur
NIMBLE FINGERS. . . Miss Virginia Surber
has a talent that many people would like to
have--piano playing! As s p on s o r of the
Future Homemakers and also t e a. c h e r of
home e c on orni c s, she used her valuable
talent many 'times .
. . . Among the
fith is inter-
ested in and
is a r c h e r y.
eye with that
last shot, no
doubt! Mis s
HAVING TROUBLE'?. , . "Mr, Always Smil-
ing" could express Mr.Alfred Peters' very
amiable personality, even when he is having
car troubles! He teaches biology in Tivy
and is well liked by all his students,
MAKE MINE MUSIC.. . Miss L ellah Nix,
speech corrcctionist, always has time for
a few minutes of pl e a s ur e. Her favorite
pastime is listening to records.
T E A TIME. .
demi - ta s s e
cups and sau-
cers. The cup
an d s a u c e 1'
she is holding
is her favor-
ite ofthe col-
in home eco-
TIME FOR A "TlME". . . Mr. W.C. Akin
spends many of his conference hours in the
lounge catching up on his c ur r ent events.
He teaches algebra and plane geometry in
Mi? 4' K
SOMEONE SAY EARRINGS? . . .Earrings are
Mrs. Margaret Franke's favorite subject.
Sometimes she has a hard time deciding just
which pair she likes the best! Mrs. Franke
is the school nurse and is known throughout
Tivy for her friendliness.
WHEN . . .
d a y s . M r .
l o 0 k s over
p i c t ur es in
ion. Mr. Ag-
c a tio n and
"B" team in
HIKE-1-2-3! . . . Mr. Tom Daniels' little son
may not realize it, but his father is in the
process of training him for the future Tivy
Antler team! Mr. Daniels is the line coach
of the football team and also teaches social
studies in junior high.
ME AND MINE. . . Posing with a picture of
her namesake is Tivy's librarian, Mrs.
Florence Mills. As head of one of the most
important departments in school, Mrs. Mills
fulfills her duty in a thorough manner.
THE P ER F E C T
T Y P E. . . Getting
ready for a shop-
ping spree is Miss
She is the new typ-
ing and shorthand
teacher at Tivy.
M i s s Willman is
also in charge of
MR. PRESIDENT. . . Joe Fitc h, president
of the Student Council, is well-known
throughout s chool. He has shown his en-
thusiastic Tivy spirit by his interest in all
OPERATION PEP -RALLY. . . Mrs. Flor-
ence Weiss, Student Council sponsor, and
Kinnan Golemon, vice-president, plan the
seating arrangement for pep-rallies in the
BUSINESS BEFORE PLEASURE. . .The Student Council
officers fleft to rightl, Mary Ann Stovall, s e c 1' e tar yg
Sandy Floyd, reporterg Alta Hargreaves, parliamentariang
John McDaniel, fire marshall, Mr. John Wagner, spon-
sorg Joe Fitch, pre sidentg and Mrs. Florence Weiss,
sponsor, meet during lunch in the libraryto discuss bus-
iness of the next meeting.
PLOTTING? . . . To alleviate the
parking problem, the Student Coun-
cil members planned and marked off
sections of the parking lot. Helping
on this project were fleft to rightj
JohnMcDaniels, Gary Ebensberger,
Carolyn Klein, Harriet Holton, and
' Kathryn Baker .
HANDBOOKS ..Qno A n e e d e d contribution to the
s c ho ol s activities was the handbook which first
appearediithis year. Arnong the many who gave
willingly of their time and efforts in order that
this handbook might be a success were Sandy
Floyd, George Hardy, Laverne Jones, and Lois
Simler, Cleft to rightj .
COURTESY FIRST. . . Working on one of the many
tudentCouncil's projects are Cleft to right! Berlene
'letcher, Janine Kaiser, Gwen Parker and Byron
Vatts. A bulletin board was put up in the cafeteria
o post courtesy rules and announcements.
FINAL DECISION ..... Each
Wednesday the Student Coun-
cil meets to discuss school
problems and projects. The
twenty one me mb e r s each
I represent a home room in
high school. They are Cleft
I to rightj B obby Blackburn,
Bubba Barlow, Berlene
Fle tc he r, Rachel Butler,
Katherine Baker, Gary Eb-
ensberger, Carolyn K1 e in,
Karen Harden, Alta Har-
greaves, Gwen Parker, Har-
riet Holton, Joe Fitch, John
McDaniel, Janine Kaiser,
Kinnan Goleman, Mary Ann
Stovall, Lois Simler and La-
verne Jones. George Hardy,
Byron Watt s, and Sandra
Floyd are not pictured.
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UP GOES OLD GLORY... Each rn o rning stu-
dents pay tribute to our nation with a moment
of silence while the flag is being raised. Cleft
to rightl Bubba Barlow, Karen Hardin, and Bobby
Blackburn were in charge of raising the flag
k I nnan golemon
Tivy's number one student this year is a junior. Kinnan's participation in school activities, along
with his personality, leadership and character make up and facilitate the accomplishments that have
accredited him this high position. Kinnan is active in all sports, having lettered in football and bas-
ketball. He serves his school as vice-president of the Student Council and is also vice-president of
his class. He is a staunch member of the National Honor Societyand the Antler Staff. He was chosen
as Most Versatile Boy of the junior class. Among his other honors are 2nd place in District and 3rd
place in Regional in slide rule. Kinnan also enjoys swimming and other outdoor sports. He plans to
attend Rice Institute and major in geology. Our congratulations to Tivy's top man!
X ating this May, Clyde plans to attend college and
X very successful frommanystandpoints. His
X Councilgpresident of the senior classg Choral
What girl wouldn't be excited to have a date with
this outstanding Tivy Student. Besides dating,
Clyde enjoys singing, swimming, and watching
television. He spends his summers working for
the Coca-Cola Bottling Company. After gradu-
study to be a dentist. His senior year has been
accomplishments are: treasurer of the Student
Clubg Most Handsome Boyg B a s k e t b a ll Teamg
and member of the All-State Chorus.
X Popular, cute, and talente d are traits belonging to
Jane. Though she is usually busy with school activi-
ties, Jane finds time for an occasional "chit-chat" on
the phone. She sews marvelously and always keeps
up with the latest song hits. These accomplishments
have kept her busy this yearg business manager of the
Tatlerg reporter of the Choral Clubg secretary of the
Senior Classg Antlerettesg and Senior Play Cast.
X In Gary's restful moments you mayfindhim leisurly
playing his horn., This tall guy has a well famed
title around Tivy, "The Young Man With The Horn..
One of Gary's main inter e sts is his dance band
which he di r e c t s himself. The accomplishments
putting him in Who's Who are: Student Councilg
Drum Major of the Bandg Best All Ar ound Boyo t e
sophomore classy treasurer of the sophomore classg
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and a member of the District and Regiona a
.Toe is a senior who puts plenty of drive behind the
class of '55. His liveliness and wonderfulsense
of hu ' ' '
mor make him an addition to any hi l a r io u s
gathering. Abornleader, Joe has contributed much
to Tiv d
y an should be an asset to anycollege that he
attends. He likes to c olle c t guns and ft
Q o en goes
hunting with his antiques. J'oe's accomplishments
for this year are: president of the Student Councilg
Choral Clubg and Tennis Team.
A winning personality and the ability to write h
made Sandy an outstanding pe r s on in Tivy But
writing is only one of her interests. Sandyalso en-
Joys car ing for her pets. The accomplishments
which have placed her in Who's Who are: Tatler
Staffg reporter of the Student Councilg N.H.S.3 Choral
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lub, and third place in Regional Interscholastic
A soft voic e plus a personality '
that is full of fun have won Betty N
many friends and honor s. Be- i
sides her school activities, she
is an active member in the com-
munity as a secretary in the
Chamber of Commerce. During
the evenings at home, Betty en-
joys keeping a scrapbook. Her
accomplishments at Tivy are:
editor of the Tatlerg vice-pres-
ident of the Antlerettesg Choral
Clubg recording secretary of F.
T. A. g and Most Popular Girl. N
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Alta is a p e r fe c t blending of intelligence, poise,
and beauty. As a hard and dependable worker, she
excells in whatever she undertakes. Being gifted
in many fields, Alta divides her interests and ta-
lents among music, sports, studies, and just being
a fine and sincere friend. Her accomplishments
include: Antle r Staffg parliamentarian of Student
C ouncilg N.H.S. 5 F. T.A. 3 and Volleyball Team.
One of the most conscientious members of the senior
class this year is a girl whose abilities shine in every
activity which she enters. This is Arlene! By teach-
ing little childr e n in a Sunday school class, she is
gaining early experience in teaching. She enjoys be-
ing around children which is essential in planning to
major in elementary education. Among her activities
this ye ar are: president of the F. T.A.3 vice-pres-
ident of the N. H.S. gAntlerettesg Volleyball Teamg and
"Make yourself comfortable and listen to soft, sweet
music" is Nancy's motto for leisure pastime! Be-
sides that, she likes to write letters. Nancy, who
always has a smile for everyone is better known a-
round the halls of Tivy as "I-leinz". She really en-
joys music and is a talented member of the Choral
Club. Amongherother accomplishments are:
Antlerettesg N.I-l.S.5 parliamentarian of the F.H.
A. Junior Play Cast: F. T. A. 9 and Volleyball Team .
merit CI place
lucy ann nance
With a sweet s inc e r e smile and a personality to
match Lucy is a picture of pep and sparkle Along
with being a very busy pe r s on in school and her
community she cooks wonderfully and has really
mastered the 'Jitterbug " Lucy takes an ac tive
part in her church Work and plans to attend Aus
tin College next year where she will major in Chris
tian education During 1955 these many accomplish
ments have made her an outstanding me mber of
Who s Who editor of the Antler secretary of the
N H S Senior Play Cast twirler of the Band State
in ensemble twirling Stage band and member of th
District and Regional Bands
Cute clothes and a personality that's hard to beat,
identify Elma. Her blond curly hair and immaculate
grooming add to making her a good-looking senior.
Elma exhibits her enthusiastic spirit as head twir-
ler of the Band. Her other activities include: sec-
retary of the Bandg president of F. H.A.: co-busi-
ness manager of the Senior Playg social chairman
of the Library Clubg N, H.S.g F. T.A.3 member of
the District Bandg and State in ensemble twirling.
Buddy notedfor his sly, humorous remarks, has an
engaging grin that goes Well with his friendly char-
acter. An enthusiastic athlete, he spends most of
his time at the gym or on the golf course. His
accomplishments this year were: Tatler Staffg vice-
president of the senior classg Most Versatile Boyg
and captain of the Football Team.
A cheerful smile and a glimpse of soft red hair bring
in Flo. You will always find her in the midst of act-
ivity. On nice summer afternoons she enjoys a cool
dip in the Water. Afte r graduation, Flo plans to
prepare herselffor acareer in social work. Some
of the many thing s credited to her are: business
manager of the Antlerg point system secretary of
the Bandg vice-president of the F.H.A.9 N.H.S.3
Senior Play Castg and member of the District Band.
in who's who
mary ann stovall
"Carefree, vivacious, and always laughing," des-
cribe Mary Ann. This cute little senior enjoys the
summertime by Water skiing on the Guadalupe Riv-
er. Besides water skiing, Mary Ann is an ardent
te nni s enthusiast and represents the school at all
meets. Her accomplishments include: secretary
of the Student Councilg Antler Staffg F.H.A.g Ant-
lerettesg and Most Beautiful Girl.
By an accumulation of points for various activities,
these students have e ar ne d their positions in the
Who's Who section this year. Each one has proved
to both Tivy and the community that he is a Willing
leader of tremendous ability. It is a privilege for
the Antler Staff to present these top fifteen students .
ALLEY CATS. . . The band created quite an excitement for the Tivy Students when they opened and ran
the bowling alley one Saturday afternoon. Clyde Barlow, president, Buddy Snow, vice-president, Betty
Gates, reporter, and Jane Dyer, secretary-treasurer, s enior officers, were certainly in on the fun!
CHECKING OUT TIME. . . That 3:45 bell every s chool day means a quick glance for
mail and checking out time for the senior sponsors: Mr. Bill Oliver, Mr. Preston
Chambliss, Mr. John Wagner, Mrs. Zelma Hardy, Miss June Henderson, and Mr.
Louis Burton fleft to rightl.
"Pleasant. . Patient. . Polite. . "
Volleyball '52-'53g F.H.A. '53g
D.E. '54-'55, '
"TlE TIER" IN DEMAND. . .
Larry Hester was the answer
to this plea!
NORMA ALLBRIGHT 1
"Saucy. . Stylish. . Sensible. . "
F.H.A. '52-'54g Antlerettes
'52-'55g G.S.A. '52-'55g Stu-
dent Council '53g Chorus '54,
"Energetic, . Enlivening. . Enjoy-
able. . "
Antlerettes '53-'54g G.S.A, '53-
'549 F.T.A. '559 F.H.A. '53-'55.
VELOCITY, VECTOR, AND VOLUME. . . Physics
"Likeable. . Lighthearted
. Loquacious. . "
G. S. A. '52-'53g Volley-
ball '51 -'53g Antlerettes
'52-'543 D.E. '54.
class doesn't seem to be a task for these intel-
"Agreeable. . Appealing. . Ad
Band '51-'553 F.H.A. '51-'53g
Chorus '52-'55g Sextette '53-
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"Good-natured. . .
ous. . " "T" Assn.
'52-'54g Rep. '54:
heart '54g Foot-
ball Mgr. '55g D.
"Very Versatile. .
Vivacious. . " '52
'53 Class Sec.:
'54 Class Vice-
Pres,: '55 Class
Treas. '55g Fire
Pres. '53g Bas-
Merry. . "3 Band
KATH.RYN BAKER ROGER BAKER
"Serene. . Serious. . Sincere . " "Witty, . Warm-hearted, , Win
F.H.A. '51-'533 Chorus '5Z- some... " Tennis '52-'55.
'54g Student Council '53-'55g
"Efficient, . Eager . . Earnest. . "
"Silent, . . Shy. . Steadfast."
ARLAN JOE BERGMANN
"Lively. . Likable. . Liberal.
Library Club '55g Visual Ed
JAMES BULL. TA
"Clever. . Conscientious. , "Dependable. . Delectable. .
Cheerful. . " Deliberate. . "
Band '52-'543 Tatler Staff F.H.A. '50-'54g Hist. '549
'54-'555 Sports Ed. '54S D.E. Club '54-'55g SSC. '54-
Choral Club '55.
"Sweet. . Sophisticated. . "
'52 D E '54
F.H.A.'51- , , ,
F. F. A. '51-'55g
Jud. Team '53-
'54g Rep, '54-'55.
"Reticent. . Refreshing. .
Reliant. . "
F.H.A. '51-'52g Ant-
lerettes '52-'545 3rd
BOBBY CHESSER Dist, Spelling '54.
going. . Equitable. . "
Visual Ed.. ',53g Foot-
ball '5Z-'55g"T" Assn.
"Jovial. . Jolly. .
Just. . "
Asst. News Ed.
Head Q.M. '54-
Stage Band '53-
GET A HORSE. . .Master me-
chanics under the hood tinkering
with old Bessie,
"Dignified. . Delight-
ful. . Domestic. . "
Letter '5Zg F.H.A.
'52-'55g G.S.A. '52-
tent. . Cooperative
. . " Chorus '54-
'55: Jr. Play '53,
GLENN CLEMENTS SHAS1-A CQOK
"C3-1'e'f1'ee- - ChiPPe1'- - "Competent, . Conducible. .
Content." Band '51-'55g Capable- 0 " FJ-LA, '52-'553
ViSua1Ed- '55- Hist. '533 Sec. '54g Dist. Parl.
. .Agreeable. ." F.F.A.
'52 '555 Vis. Ed. '53-
"Fun-loving. . Felicitous
. .Fascinating. ." F.F.
A. '52-'55g Parl. '54
Jud. Team '52g Football
Mgr. '55g Student
fu.l.." Ant. '53-
JIMMY CURL '55s G.S.A. '53-
"Thoughtful. .Tactful. ." 1555 Tatler 153-
'55g Rep. '53g
Ass. Ed. '54g
Bus. Mgr. '55g
Jr. Play '54g
Who's Who '54g
Sec. '54g Choral
"Modest. . Merry. . "
THERE THEY GO. . .It has always been a cus-
tom for the seniors to leave assembly first, 34
"Courteous. . Con-
Delightful. . "
dent Council '54-
'55g Pres. '55g
"T" Assn.g Rep.
some. . Whole-
V.P. '54g Sec.
Industrious. . "
Slide Rule, lst
.- Dist. '53g 2nd
Reg. '53g 3rd
Dist. '54g Znd
.W , State '54g Jr.
5 P'aY '539 "T"
J 'T 1 As S n ' 54 - ' 5 5
, ' '
Jr. Play '54g Stu-
Football Mgr. '53g
"Glowing..Gay. . "
Ants. '52-'55g lst Sarg. '55g
Student Council '52-'55g F.
H.A. '53-'55g Hostess '54g
G.S.A. '52-'55g Chorus '53-
"Willing. . Wise. . Welcome. . "
F.F.A,, '52-'55QR.ep. '53-'54g
Pres. '54-'55g Jud. Team '52-
'54g D,E. '54-'55g V. P. Z Tat-
"GenerouS. . Crenteel. . Gleam-
Fresh. Presg Ants. '53-'55g
G.S.A. '53-'55g Jr. Sec.3 Jr.
Playg Versatile Jr.g Tatler
'54-'55g Editor '55g Class Rep.
'55g F. T.A., 3 Sec. '55g Chorus
"Lustrous, . Lively. . "
Ants. '52-'55g Student Council
'52g Cr.S.A. '53-'55g F.H.A.
'53-'55g Hostessg Chorus '54.
Petite. . Peppy. . Practical. . "
Band '52-'55g Dist. '54g Ma-
jorette '52-'55g Sweetheart
'53g Lib. '53-'55g F.H.A.
ty. . Peaceful. . "
'55g Chorus '54-
'553 F.H.A. '52-
Queen '54g Pop-
ular Soph.g Pop-
ular Juniorg F,
'55: Lib. Pres.
"Confident. . Cor-
dial. . Content. . "
ive. . . " D.E. '54-
CHARLES GERLOFF JERRY GIRARD
"Pleasant . Purposeful. . " "SineWy. .Studious. . Sure "
Chorus '53-'55gAl1-State '54g Football '52-'55g "T" As n
F.F.A. '51-'553 Jud. Team '53-'54g Track '52-'55
"Gent1e. . Gracious. . Gay. . "
Antlerettes '53-'553 Reporter
'55g Tatler Staff '55g Assistant
Editor '553 G.S.A. '54-'55g
"Adorable . . Audacious . . Ambi-
tious. . " Antlerettes '53-'55g
Cheerleader '54-'55g F.H,A.
'52-'54g Football Sweetheart
'54g Choral '52-'55g Trio '53g
All-State Chorus '54g Sextette
'54-'55g Junior Playg G.S.A,
'53-'55g Vice-Pres. '53,
"Grateful, . Gleeful
ARL ENE I-IARC: RE AV ES
Talented. . Trim. . "
Pres. 'ESQ Antleretts
Tennis '52-'553 Volley-
ball team '51-'53.
"Ass1stfu1. . Affable. .
Attentive. . "
Sr Chorus '52-'54g D.E. '54-
RINCvS!... September 2
JERRY N. HARRIS
"Refreshing. . Reassuring. .
Reasonable. . "
"Athletic. . Artistic. .
"T" Assn. '54-'552
Football team '52-'55g
Sr. Chorus '54g Jr.
Play '53g Track team
'53g Declam. '535 3rd
place in Dist.
Amazing. . "
dent Council '54g Rep,
'54s G.S.A, '53-'555
Dist. Declam. '53,
was the day of days for
"Agile. . Assistful. .
Athletic. . "
F.H. A. '52-'55g D.E
Amusing. . "
"T" Assn. '53-
'54g Vis. Ed. '52
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B OBB Y INGRAM
"Sm:-ill. . Sunny. . Smiling. . " "Humorous. . Hearty. . Happy. . "
Band '53-'55: Stage Band Class President '53g Popular
'54-'55, Boy '53-'54g Football Mgr. '5Z3
Football '553 Basketball '53-
'55g Visual Ed. '52-'53g Vice-
President "T" Assn. '55.
"G:-xllant. . Glad-
some. .Genuine. "
"T" Assn. '53-
'55g Sr. Chorus
'54-'55g Jr. Play
'545 Social Chair -
many Sr. Chorus
"Fair. . Faithful. .
Foremost. . " G.S.
"Careful, . Confident. . Courteous
. . . " Tennis '53-'553 Lettered
BARBARA N. KUHLMANN
"Beaming. . Blistful. . Benign. . "
Ant. '51-'553 Maj. '52-'54g Dr.
Mjr, '553 Jr. Play '545 G.S.A.
'51-'55g Tennis Team '52-'54g
F.T.A. '553 Chorus '53-'55g
A. '51-'55g Ant.
'5l-'553 Pres. '54
'553 Chorus '54-
'55. Jr. Play '54g
Lib. Club '54-'55g
Sec. '54g Student
Under standing, ,
Upright. . " F.H.
A. '52-'55g Chorus
JOHN LAINHAR T
"Lanky. . Liberal. . "
Lib. Club '55g Vis.
it-1' "T f
TIMES HAVE CHANGED? Look one boy to
seven girls. It's not fair'
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BILLY JOE LEA
"Winning, . Witty. .
Willing. . "
Basketball g Foot-
ball '53-'55g Bas
Chorus '54g "T"
State D.E. Rep.
'553 Jr. Play
'54g D. E. '55.
Genial. . "
"T" Assn. '53-
RANDALL LEATHERMAN NORA LOHMAN
"Observerant. . Obedient. . "Diffident. . DGCOTOUS. .
Obliging- - " Library Club '55.
Band '52-'55g Stage Band '54-
'55g V.P. '54g Pres. '55.
"Dashing. . Dynamic. .
Jr. Play '54g Who's Who '545
Chorus '54-'555 "T" Assn. '54g
Football '52-'54g Student
Council '53-'55g Parl. '54g
Fire M, '55g N.H. S. '53-'545
"Peppy. . Polite. .
Perspicacious. . "
"Charming, . Constructive
Contributive. . "
Band '51-'55g Lib.
Dist, '53-'54g Reg.
'53 ' 4
CAROL R. Mc-
. . Concerned. . "
"Sporty. .Sturdy. .
Sensible. . " Foot-
ball '53-'55g Track
'54g "T" Assn.
Vis. Ed. '54-'55,
"Timid. . Truthful.
Tolerant. . " D,E,
"Sweet, . Sociable. . Sprightly. .
. . " Band '553 F,H.A, '55.
FRANCES TAYLOR MOSTY
"Militant, . Modish. . Meticulous
. . " F.H.A. '51-'52g Chorus
'53-'545 D.E. '54-'55,
NAN LAMBERT MOS TY
"Nonchalant. .Neat. .Nice. . "
F.H.A, '51-'52g Chorus '52-
'54g D,E. '54-'55.
"Loquacious. . Lighthearted. . "
Football '53 .
"Under standing. . Upright, ,
Urbane. ."Ant1erettes '53-'55
G.S.A. '53-'55g N.H.S, '53-
'55gT1-eas. '54-'55g F.T,A,
'54-'55g Junior Play '54g
Chorus '52-'55g Sec. '54-
"Eager, . Efficient. . Enthusi-
astic. . "
Band '51-'55g Dist. '54g Chorus
'52,-'53g Tatler '53-'54g Rep.
"Fashinable. . Fun. . Friendly. . "
D, E, '54-'55g F. H. A, '51-'52,
"Sedulous. . Spiritual. . Scentill-
ate. . "
Band '5l-'55g Twirler '52-'55g
Stage Band '53-'55g Dist. '533
Antler Staff '5l-'55g Class Ed.
'51-'54g Editor '553 F.H. A.
'53-'55g Sec. '55g Parl. '54g
N.H.S, '53-'55g Sec. '55g Jr.
"Friendly. . Fair. .
Obliging. . "
Vis . Ed. '55.
"I..enient. . Like -
able. . Liberal. . "
F.H.A. '5l3 D.
Ready. . Radiant. . "
F. T.A. '535 Cor.
Sec. '55g Jr.
GAB FEAST. . . Time out for snacks and listening to records is
a favorite pastime of seniors.
LUCY oR'r1-:GA 2
"Competent, . Calm. . J
Companionable. . " Q
Ants. '52-'55g F. H. A. ,W YE fi F if
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Band '51-'523 D,E,
'53-'55g Visual Ed.
RENE PINGENOT ELMA REAL
"Sa.gacious. . Scholarly. .Scru- "Angelic, .Accomplished. .
i pulous. . " Vis. Ed. '54-'55g Aplomb. . " Student Council
Antler Staff '54-'55. '52-'53g N,H.S. '53-'55g
Band '52-'55g Twirler '53-
'55g Sec.-Rep. '54-'55g
Library Club '54-'55g Soc.
Officers '54-'55g F.H.A.
'52-'553 Hist. Q-'54g
Pres. '54-'55. L'
"Placid. . Palpable
. . Poised. . "
D.E. , Treas.
"Da.inty. . Demure. . Dear . . "
JIMMY ROBINSON LINN ROE
"Accomodating. . Affable. . "Thorough. . Tact-
Advantageous . . " ful. . T1-uthful. . "
Band '53-'55g Stu-
dent Council '53-
"Litt1e. . Loyal. .
Lovable. . " Band
NOW HERE THIS. . . The seniors Sadie Hawkins
Dance was the topic of this class meeting.
Comical. . "
F. F. A. '53-'55.
Expressive. . "
'55g Track '53-
'54g Soph. Rep.
'53g Tatler '52-
'55g Sport Ed.
Column '55g Stu-
dent Council '52-
'54g Sr. Pres.
Buoyant. . Benefi-
cent. . "
"Sparkling . Salubrious. .
Slender. . "
"Frolicsome. . Freespoken. .
Ants. '53-'55g Sg. at arms
'555 Tatler '53-'55gTat1er
bus.mgr. '54s G. S.A. '52-
'553 N.H. S. '53-'55g Most
Ver. '53g Jr. Rep. '54: Who's
"Tiny, . Twinkling. .
Tho ughtful. . "
"Energetic, . Enlivening. .
Easy-going. . "
F. F. A. '51-'55gPar1. '54g
Jud. Team '52g
"Musical, . Modest. . Mirthful. . "
Ants, '53-'55g Cheerleader '54-
'55g Chorus '53-'55g Class
Treas. '53g N.H.S. '53-'552 F.
T. A. Q G. S.A. '53g Sextette '54-
"Ag1ow. .Active. .
Appealing. . " F.
ful. .P1ea.sa.nt. . "
D.E. '54-'55g F.
Established. . "
'54g Track '52-
'54: F.F.A. '52-
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"Intelligent . Interesting. . Indi-
vidual. . " Band '52-'533 Visual
Ed. '52-'545 Student Council
'529 N.H.S. '53-'55g Chorus
MARY DELL TOLER
"Delecta.b1e, . Dependable. . . .
Dutiful. ." Ant. '52-'55g G.
S.A. '52-'55g Chorus '55g D.
E. '54g Vice-Pres.
B. RAY TRAWEEK
"Proficient. . P1-obitive. . Per-
spicacious. . " Basketball
Mgr. '53-'545 Football Mgr.
'545 "T" Assn. '54-'553
Tatler '54-'55g N.H.S. '54-
, '55s Rep. '55s F.T.A. '54-
'553 Chorus '54-'55.
"Coy. . Confident. . Competent. .
F.H.A. '54-'55g D,E. '54-'55g
"Resourceful. . Reserved. . Re-
fined. . "Tennis '52-'53g F, T,A.
Vice-Pres. '55g Fresh.
Treasurer '51g F.I-I. A,
Member '54-'55g Band '51-'555
N.H.S. '54-'55g G.S.A. '52-
'53l Antler Staff '54-'55g Stage
"Pr-ecise. . Peppy. . Piquant. . "
Antlerettes '53-'55g Cheer-
leader '54-'55g Head Cheer-
leader '555 G. S. A. '53-'55g
N.H.S. '54-'553 Jr. Play '54,
"Faithful. . Friendly. . Fair. . "
Antlerettes '52-'55g G. S. A.
'5z-'55, F.H..A. '52-'55:
Volleyball '51-'52g Reg. '53.
"Chipper. . Capable. . Cheer -
ful. . "
Antlerettes '53-'55g Class Sec.
'52g Class Treas, '54g F.I-I. A.
'54-'55g Songleader '55' G.S,
A. '54-'55g Sec. '55g Chorus
"Bubbling. . Brisk. . Bold. . "
F. F. A, '52-'553 Jud. Team
'52s D.E. '53-'55.
"Busy. . Bright. .
Blithe. . "
Pt. Sys. Sec. '54-
'53-'553 F. H. A.
Vice -Pres .
Staff '53-'55g B
Mgr. '553 Decl.
Dis. '5Zg Reg.
'53g Who's Who
Hlndustrious. . Intent. .
Informal. . "
Basketball '5ZgF. F. A.
'53-'54g D. E. '54-'55g
Student Council '55,
F.H. A. '51-
'53: D. E. '54-'
"Handsome . . Help
ful. .I-Ionest. . "
'54g Vis.Ed. '54-
"Dedicated. . Delightful. .
Dis criminating. . "
Club '54-'553 F. H. A.
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COKES, HERE WE COME! . . ,Here the junior class officers get ready toleave for
a nice cool coke. They are Ileft to rightl: Kinnan Golemon, ViCe-pI'eSide11t2 Gerry
Michael, secretaryg Judy Ryan, reporterg Jim Simmonds, treasurer: 3-ndGe1'3-ld
TAKING A GOOD LOOK. . . Everyone is so proud of the new gym, in-
cluding the junior sponsors, Mrs. Gloria Richards, Mr. Calvin Hibler,
Mrs. Lavene Bennett, Mr. D.A, Mills, Mrs. Jessie Wilson, Mr,
Earl Cochrane, and Miss Mildred Willrnan, who are pictured left to
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having a little fun. After all, we have to do some-
thing besides study all the time.
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DALE DANIEL DICKEY DOHERTY DURST
HURRAH FOR TIVY HIGH. . .
It's the day ofthe big game and every -
one gets in on the act.
BOBBY SANDRA GAYE JIMMY OLEN
FARENTHOLD FLOYD FOREHAND FRANKLIN GILLELAND
KINNAN DOROTHY GEORGE AL TA NANCY
GOLEMON GRAYSON HARDY HARGRAVES HEIMANN
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MARY JANE ALOHA
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JERRY JANINE CLARK KATHY SHIRLEY
JOHNSON KAISER KLEIN KOEHLER KRAMER
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FUTURE COOKS OF AMERICA? . . . Just a few ofthe
junior girls cooking. And what are they cooking?
VERA LYNNE JOHN LOUIS BETTY
KUNZ LECLERE LARA LEISMAN LITTLE
A. J. SHIRLEY DAN JANICE PAUL
LOHMANN MCDANIEL McKAY MEDLIN MEDINA
SERIOUS WORK? . . . Everyone is Yall excited about
tryouts for the Junior Play. A1'en't they dramatic?
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MURR AY NIXON OATMAN PARKER
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SPRINGER SPROTT STEVENS TAI-BERT TAYLOR
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BILL KYLE LORENE TRUMAN GAY
WOMAGK WRIGHT WRIGHT WRIGHT ZANDER
HARRIETTE JOE RUDY VIVIAN
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BUD IRENE DORIS
BENSON BIRD BLACK
EMMA LOU BET TY CAROLE FAYE
BLEVINS BRADFORD BURRIER
MARIETTA LELAND THENA MEREDITH
E-YERLY CARMICHAEL CARSON CHIDSEY
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BARBARA RACHEL TONY GLORIA DONNIE
CLAUSSEN COE COLLAZO CORY COUCH
I-IAZEL RUTH LESLIE JOAN
C OV ERT C OX CUNNINGHAM DAVIS
KAY STEPHEN BELINDA GARY SHARON
DISMUKES DRANE DOWD EBENSBERGER ECKHART
WAYNE ANNA CAROL FRANKLIN PAT TY
ENGLEMAN ESPINOZA FERGUSON FERGUSON FERTSCH
IRENE TED BUSTER LOIS RONALD
FISHER FOSTER FUTCH GERLOFF GIRARD
FRANCES BILL ED PE TE KAREN CHRISTINE
GRANT GOSS GUERERRO HARDEN HENLEY
THAT OLD GANG OF OURS. . . What fun we had at those
Sunday afternoon shows.
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A groU.P of s 0 P h o rn o r e s and juniors
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JOHNSON JONES KLEIN
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STEVENS SWOPE TAYLOR TOLER
DON SANDRA K SHARRON GLYNN LYNN
TOWNSEND VOARSHIES WERNER WHITE WHITE
MARGARET RAY JANICE JIMMY
WHITEHOUSI-3 WILSON WILSON LOWRANCE HENLEY
YEA SPIKES!. . . Yelling vigorously are the Tivy Spikettes, who support the Tivy
"B" team through the year. The cheerleaders are Qleft to rightj Judy Dunks,Shar-
ron Werner, Linda Jones, Barbara Matthews, Virginia Sparks, and Gay Wiggins.
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national honor societu
future teachers of america
future homemakers of america
future farmers of america
BIG DEAL. , . The National Honor S o C i e t y
officers are busily chatting about some pro-
jects for the club to undertake for the new
year. Left to right are Arlene Hargreaves,
vice-presidentg Carolyn Midkiff,treasurerg
Lucy Nance, secretaryg Mrs, Gloria Rich-
ards, sponsorg John McDaniel, presidentg
and B. Ray Traweek, reporter. With the
holidays near at hand, they have called a
meeting before school in the H,E, Cot-
S OME THING NEW TO BE ADDED. . .Mrs.
Gloria Richards, sponsor, and John McDan-
iel, president, are discussing plans for a-
wardinga scholarship to some deserving stu-
dent. The lucky student is to be chosen for
his outstanding qualities of leadership, de-
pendability, scholastic average, and his need
of a scholar ship.
LET ME CALL YOU SWEETHEART.
. . Melodious strains of music were
heard in the halls of Tivy ar ound
Valentines Day. Some of the mem-
bers Who took part in this annual
N.H.S. project were Cleft to rightj
Elma Real, Kitty Vann, Zoe Ste-
wart, Jimmy Swayze, and Sylvia
IS THAT OK? . . .Debating on where to hang
the N.H.S. sign on the car are Qleftto ri
We sley Lott,George Hardy, Nancy Heimann,
Audrey Sublett, and Jo Gayle ch amberl
These members are busily decorating
entry car for the Homecoming parade.This
parade was the first of its kind in Tivy
resulted in a big success.
COOKIE ANYONE? . . .These eager members
of the National Honor Society were respon
sible for the s elling concessions at the
junior play. They are fleft to rightj Joyce
Taylor, Irene Allison, Rene Pingenot,
Shasta Cook, and Flo Weiss. Could it
be that they are testing the punch and
WHAT'S COOKING'?. . .Some delicious pan-
cakes were prepared at the National Honor
Society's panc ake breakfast in November.
Right there on the job were fleft to rightj
S andr a Floyd, May Remschel, and A rdis
DUNCES ON THE MARCH. . . The s t r a n g e people
wandering around Tivy in November with piles of
books and tall dance hats were the N. H.S. initiates.
Rushing down the steps are Qleft to rightlAlta Har-
greaves, Kinnan Golemon, Gay Zander, and Verna
PEPPY PROGRAMERS. . . The F. T. A
A. offi c e r s , Qleft to rightj Betty
Gates, recording secretaryg Mrs.
Zelma Hardy, sponsor, Arlene Har-
greaves, president, Joyce Taylor,
vice-presidentg Corinne Orr, cor-
responding secretaryg and Carolyn
Midkiff,treasurer, gathered before
a meeting at Mrs. Hardy's house to
plan and discuss programs for the
coming meetings. Everyone seems
LOOKS LIKE FUN. . . The members
of the Future Teachers Association
had a g r e at time when they had a
meeting and social at Mrs. Zelma
Hardy's house. P i c tu tr e d left to
right are Barbara Kuhlmann, Bev-
erly Luther, Doris Nance, Jo Gayle
Chamberlain, Joyce McKnight, Jim-
my Robinson, Bobby Couch and Zoe
CHARTER MEMBERS...,I-low proud these students were to be the firs
members of Tivy's Future Teachers Association! The charter member
are Cleft to rightj Carolyn Midkiff, Arlene Hargreaves, Patsy Ridgeway
Joyce Taylor, B., Ray Traweek, Betty Gates, Linda Wilson, Meredit
Chidsey, Harriet Allen, Patty Fertsch, Zoe Stewart, Corinne Orr, Nanc
Heimann and Doris Nance. This organization helps Tivy students realiz
the opportunities in the field of teaching.
A meeting would not be
on plete without something to eat! Fix-
ing refreshments are lleft to right! Harriet
Allen Patty Fertch Jimmy R ob in s o n,
Carol Rae McMahan Barbara Kuhlmann
if if if H fl I-i
PROUDLY WE HAIL. . .It was a big mo
ment for Tivy's future teachers when Mrs
Zelma Hardy, s pons o r, and Arlene Har
proud since the club was named for her.
SIGHT -SEEING. . . Th
be perfect hosts for the open house of Tivy's new
buildings. Refreshments were served by Corinne
Orr, Linda Wilson, and Harriet Allen Qleft picture,
left to rightj. Other members U0 Gayle Chamber-
lain and Joyce McKnight pictured left to right herel
displayed hospitality and friendliness to the visitors
in the new gyni.
e F.T.A. members proved to
greaves, president, hung the F. T.A. certif-
icate of membership in Mrs. Hardy's class
room. Mrs. Hardymust have felt especially
SURE, I'LL ADVERTISE. . .Mr. Nor-
man Hines, manager of the Arcadia and
Rialto Theaters, is very willing to buy
an advertisement in the T atle r from
Mike Hopping, Jane Dyer, bu sine s s
manager, and Audrey Sublett, lleft to
rightj. These girls go to many busi-
ness establishments to get advertise-
ments. Without the aid of advertising
the publication of the paper would be an
LET 'EM ROLL. . . C orinne Orr, Ida
Eakin, B. Ray Traweek, and James
Builta, Cleft to rightj, all members
of the Tatler Staff, xwork at the press
office on the Tivy Tatler.
CHECKING OVER THE CONTRACTS. . .Betty Black-
well, office managerg Miss June Henderson, Tatler
sponsorg and Janine Kaiser, advertising manager,
lleft to rightj, look over the advertising contracts.
TOM GETS HIS STORY. . .Thorria s Furman,
liaison editor, gets his weekly story from Mr..
Bill Oliver, agriculture teacher. Thomas is a
very enthusiastic worker anda great help to the
LAST CHECK. . . Correcting errors and making
the last minute changes are jobs that take time
and patience. Editor-in-chief, Betty Gates,
and assistant editor, Diana Hampson, Qleft to
rightj, are very busy doing just that.
ti Ll news
HERE WE COME. . . Jer-
ry Chiles, circulation
manager, and Larry Pet-
ers, Qleft to rightj, de-
liver the eagerly awaited
Tatlers to the Tivy stu-
dents at fourth period on
LET'S LET GEORGE DO IT. . . Phyl-
lis Klein Qleftj, society editor, and
Janice Medlin Qrightj, assistant so-
ciety editor, watch as George Hardy,
assistant make-up editor, draws a
lay-out for the next edition of the pa-
per. The lay - out is an important
part of getting the Tatler ready for
TAKE YOUR CHOICE. .Since pictures
are the most important thing in a year-
book, the choice of the best ones is
very essential. Lucy Nance, editor,
Joyce Taylor, art editor , and Miss
June H en de r s on , sponsor, Cleft to
rightj choose from a selection to ap-
pear in the Antler.
manager, Irene Fisher, sophomore assistant
and Kay Mosty, sophomore editor, Cleft to rightl
make sure the Antler Staff will have plenty of
football programs to'sell at the next game. Mrs.
Salter at the Kerrville Mountain Sun helps them,
THANK YOU, MA'AM...Lois Simler, office
for this project brings remarkable results. 90
OFF WE GO! . . . Packing all the
suitcases into one car was really
fun for the Antler Staff's dele-
gates to the Texas High School
Press Association Convention in
Denton. The delegates were Cleft
to rightl Alta Hargreaves, sports
editorg Miss June Henderson,
s pon s o r g Lois Simler, office
managerg Rene Pingenot, senior
as sistantg Kinnan Golemon, junior
assistant, and Judy Ryan, junior
CHECKING THE F UNDS. . .Flo Weiss, bus
iness manager, Rene Pingenot, senior assist
ant, and Kinnan Golemon, junior a s sis t ant
Cleft to rightl get the Antler Fund s in order
Sometimes the money goes pretty fast.
ITWAS THE NIGHT BEFORE CHRISTMAS.
All the gym was stirring the night before
the Chr i s tma. s formal. Flo Weiss,
Karen Harden, Miss Henderson, Sonny
Mares, Irene F i s he r, Lois Simler,
and Rene Pingenot were really kept
busy getting the prop ready to pre-
sent the favorites.
PLEDGE NOW.. .
Pledge week meant
taking pledges in the
hall before school
and at noon. Caught
at work are Cleft to
rightj Sonny Mares,
Mary Ann Stovall,
senior editorg Karen
Harden, copy editorg
Kay Mosty, sopho-
more editorg and
Lucy Nance, editor.
OH, THOSE DEADLINES! . . . Although it is some-
times along hard job meeting d e ad lin e s , the
staff always has fun in doing it. Usually the day
before is spent typing, c h e c kin g, and eating!
Judy Ryan, junior editorg Alta H a r g r e a V e s,
sports e d i t o rg Joyce Taylor, art e di to r: and
Mary Ann Stovall, senior editor, look as if they
are really working diligently!
SHINE, SCRUB, AND SHAMOIS. . .Before the band jour-
neys to a marching or concert contest each member pol-
ishes and shines his instruments and gets his uniform in
top shape. Much time is spent in practicing to get pre-
pared for the events. The officers, fsitting left to rightj
Jerry Chiles, quarter-masterg Flo Weiss, point system
secretaryg Lynn Wildman, quarter-master, Qstanding left
to rightj Kay Franklin, librarian, Beverly Luther,libr-
iang Randall Leatherman, pr e s identg and Elma Real,
secretary, make last minute pr e pa r a t i on s before the
Uvalde marching event. All the hard work resulted in a
first division for the band.
SWEET SANDY. . .Blonde hair, hazel
eyes, and a sparkling smile paint a
picture of Sandy Huber, this year's
band sweetheart. She is the head
drummer and through her countless
e ffor t and willingness to work, she
has become a very outstanding band
TWIRLING TALENT. . . These six majorettes, fleft to rightj
i Elma Real, head tw i rle r: Lucy Nance, Irene Fisher, Kay
Franklin, Virginia Wagner, and Cathy Ramsay, lead the band
every time it makes a public appearance. They have worked
exceptionally hard this year, winning first place in ensemble
twirling in the state contest. By undertakinga project of run-
ning the bowling alley for one day, they raised moneythat went
towards buying themselves new uniforms.
TOP BRASS. . .Mr. John Arm-
strong, band director, helps Gary
Ebensberger, drum major,
straighten his hatbefore a parade.
Gary is a sophomore and plays a
cornet. For five years Mr. Arm-
strong has done a marvelous job
in producing a winning band!
top honors g
HE 1955 CONCERT BAND. . .fseated left to right: first rowzl I.Fisher, L. Nance, E. Real, G. Ebens-
erger, K. Franklin, and C. Ramsay. fseconclrowzj J. Armstrong, J. Taylor, J. Kaiser, S. Huber, K.
gram, B. Neihaus, and F. Weiss. Qthird row:l M. Chidsey, E. Holclsworth, S. Norris, N. Allison, B.
brahams, and G. Clements. lfourth rowcl I. Allison, D. Bernhard, D. Compton, M. Gregg, J. Ahrens,
nd D. Black. Qfifth row:l B. Dowd, J. Bushong, R. Schweining, B. Peterson, P. Bushong, andB. Bates.
ixth row:l S. Huber, K. Russell, R. Wilson, C. Brehmer, M. Vanlioozer, and B. Magoon. Qseventh
owzl W. Council, T. Atkinson, D. Wenzel, H. Holton, A. Taylor and L. Simler. Qeighth row:J B.
ickson, J. Davis, D. Arnecke, A. Reimer, J. Heiman, and J. Maxwell. Qninth row:l R. Leather-
an, T. Daniels, P. Allen, B. McKnight, H. Allen and J. Caton. Itenth rowzl J. Chiles, D. Lichty,
. Pollard, K. Bennett, C. Beaty, and G. Hardy. leleventh rowzj T. Boring, W. Rogers, K. Ransle-
en, R. Schoenwolf, R. Nance, and B. Blackburn. Qtwelfth rowzl J. Rasor, P. Bennet,L. Wildman, B.
laussen, V. Baldwin, and H. Covert. Qthirteenth row:J C. Smith, L. Roe, J. Wait, S. Eckstein, B.
uther, and M. Dyer.
A CAROLING WE WILL GO! .... Each year
the chorus goes on a caroling party around
Christmas time. S ome time s it is hard to
find enough transportation. P i c t ur e d are
chorus officers Cleft to right in bus, Billy Jo-
nas, social chairman, John Murray, librar-
ian, Nancy Gary, social chair man, Qleft to
right, outside bus, Martin Knotts, librarian,
Carolyn Midkiff, secretary-treasurer,Bubba
Barlow, president, Jane Dyer, reporter, Ray
Woerner, vice-president,andmember, Ber-
THERE'S A SONG IN THE AIR. . .
Tivy's sextette, which is m ade up
of fleft to rightj Zoe Stewart, Bar-
bara Kuhlmann, Irene Allison, Bev-
erly S c hm id t, Sandra Harden and
Nancy Heimann, have become quite
well -known throughout Tivy and the
entire city. During the ye ar, they
were kept very busy singing for ci-
vic clubs, assemblies, and special
MUSIC MAESTROS. . .Billy Jonas, Jimmy Swayze, Car
roll Wolfrum, Martin Knotts, Joe Fitch Qback row, l
to rightj, Bubba Barlow, Harry Wisehart Qsecond row,
left to rightj, and Charles Gerloff are the boys which
make up the chorus' boys' ensemble. They have a great
deal of fun singing for various events.
STATE CHORUS BOUND. . . T h e s e
six girls andboys are the ones which
qualified to participate in the All-
State Chorus. Here they are pic-
tured discussing their coming trip
with Mrs. Bennett, their director.
They are Kleft to rightl Bubba Bar-
low, Sandra Harden, Billy J ona s ,
Charles Gerloff, Zoe Stewart, and
Carol Rae McMaha.n.
Membe r s of the Senior Chorus are ftop to bottom, left to rightl,B. Couch, M. Knotts, J
Fitch, I... Hester, J. Swayze, B.R. Traweek, R. Woerner, J. Builta, C. Wolfrum, D. Couch
H. Wisehart, C. Gerloff, J. Wilson, R. Butler, W. McDaniels, P. Bennett, N., Heirnannl C
Reimer, B. Barlow, M. Johnson, C. Orr, M.D. Toler, S. Harden, C. Schupp, J. McDaniel
B. Schmidt, L. Jones, M. Richeson, M. Watson, B. Gates, R. Pope, L. Wilson, S. Kramer
C. Midkiff, I. Allison, J. Murray, M. Hopping, D. Black, B. Kuhlrnann, B. Wickson, N
Sanders, E. Hyde, D. Hampson, M. Chidsey, S. Floyd, E. Sprott, V. Kunz, J. Smith, D
Grayson, J. Dyer, E. Bode, B. Allbright, G. Forehand, J. Wagner, N. Gary, M.B. Wright
S. Arnecke, Z.. Stewart, M.J. Jenschke, R. Turner, K. Russell, L. Gerloff, C.R. McMahon
ON TI-IE 50 YARD LINE.. .Preparing
the half time entertainment for the next
football game are Mis s Georgia Griffith,
Antlerette sponsor, and Laverne Jones,
SI SI SENOR. . . During the foot-
ball season the Antlerettes spon-
sored several Mexican suppers .
They are Qleft to rightj Laverne
Jones, presidentg Diana Hamp-
son, reporterg Berlene Fletcher,
lst sergeantg Audrey Sublett, 2nd
sergeantg Mike Hopping, treas-
urerg B e tty Gate s, vice-pres-
identgCarolyn Midkiff, secretary.
ALL TOGETHER NOW. . . Th e majorettes of the
Antlerettes practice for one of their many perform-
ances. They are Cleft to right, Gaye Forehand, Znd
lieutenantg Barbara Nan Kuhlmann, Ist lieutenantg
Gwen Parker, Zndllieutenant.
THEIR SWEETHEART. ., . The An tl e r e tt e s
chose for their sweetheart, Billy Joe Leac
His outstanding ability and spirit have won
him this honor.
DE TAILS. . . With a full year of F.H.A.
activities ahead, Elma Real gets final in-
struction as to what her duties are as presi-
dent. The sponsors, Miss Virginia Surb-
er Qmiddlel and Miss Dorothy Bohaclrightj ,
give her a little help on this subject.
HANDYMEN. . .Even though it is
sometimes a big task cleaning up
after socials, the officers Qleft to
rightj MarianKunz, treasurerg Pat
Burrier, historiang NancyHeimann,
parliamentariang Judy Dunks, pai-
nistg Corinne Orr, reporterg Elma
Real, presidentg Flo Weiss, vice-
presidentg and LucyNance, secre-
tary, turn it into fun!
DADDY DATES. . .All the Future Hornemakers had a great time the night they
asked their dads for a date. The food they prepared was really delicious too!
learned bq f.h.cu
F. H. A. SWEETHEART. ..
The Future Homemakers
could not have made a better
choice for their 1955 sweet-
heart. Bill Davis is very
outstanding in F. F. A. and
was manager of the football
NEWCOMERS. . . What fun the old members
had initiating the newcomers into F.H.A. !
CHICKS SERVING CHICKEN. . . The Chick-
en Spaghetti Supper has become an annual
F.H,A. affair to make money. Helping
that night were lleft to rightl Judy Alex-
ander, Sue Dale Simmonds, Vera Kunz,
Shasta Cook, Henrietta Aquero, and Lydia
ALMOST THROUGH.. .The midnight oil was
really burned while fleft to right, Pat Burrier,
Marian Kunz, and Joyce Taylor compiled the
year's activities into a book. They are putting
on the finishing touc he s so the bo ok will be
ready for use.
READY FOR MARKET. . Thomas Fur-
man, F.F.A. president, and Mr. Bill
Oliver, chapter sponsor, look at some
cattle at the stock yard.
OFFICERS CONFAB. . . The officers of
the Kerrville Future Farmer s of
America, ileft to right! Charles
Schupp, historian, Lendon Parke r,
member, Kyle Wright, first vice-presi-
dentg Billy S hell e y, parliamentariang
Jimmy Simmonds, treasurer, Norman
Forehand, secretary3Bud Benson, sen-
tinel, and Junior Sparks, second-vice-
president, have a meeting to plan the
chapter's future events.
PRETTY HUI-I?. .
Pictured he r e in
her we stern cloth-
es is thisyea.r's
F. F. A. sweet-
has won her not
only this honor but
many others as
RIBBON WINNERS. . .Allan M o r r o W,
James Durst fkneelingj, Bobby Faren-
thold, George Scheirton, Junior Sparks,
Lendon Parker, Carroll Williams, Cur-
tis Covert, Delton Sweatman, Kyle
Wright, Naman Butler, and Bill Bran-
don fstanding left to rightj proudly sho"
off the ribbons they won at the distric
stock show held in Kerrville in Febru-
FANC Y GRASS, EH?. . . The grass judging
team, c ompo s e d of ,left to rightj Charles
Schupp, Delton Sweatman, Junior Sparks, Bud
Benson, and Lendon Parker, prepare for fu-
ture contests with other competitorsin their
district. These boys learn about diffe r ent
grasses and judge them on the bases of their
ON THE HOOF. . . In s pe cting the cattle at the local
livestock auction are the third and fourth year mem-
bers of the F uture Farmers of America. They are
fleft to rightj T.' Furman, G. Scheirton, N. Fore-
hand Ckneelingj, J. Johnson, C. Williams, A. Taylor,
J. Dickey, B, Shelley, and Jimmy Sirnrn0ndS..
FUTURE FARMERS. . . Taking time out from one of their meetings to pose for this picture
are the members ofthe F.F.A. They arefleft to right: first rowzj T. Furman, A.
Taylor, B. Davis, K. Wright, B. Shelley, G. Scheirton, J. Dickey, J.Simmonds,.T. John-
son, S. Evans, and N. Forehand. fsecond rows, Mr. Bill Oliver, J. Sparks, A. Lohman,
L. Meyners, C. Wolfrum, C. Williams, B. Brandon, D. Council, C. Covert, D. Sweatman,
and A. Morrow. fthird rowzl O. Keese, D. I-lillger, B. Archer, E. Scott, R. Roberson,
G. Davis, W. Engleman, J. Wait, L. Parker, J. Kinsel, R. Duderstadt, H. Purvis, D.
Swope, W. Caddel, D. Townsend, and C. Schupp. ffourth roW:l R. Rhodes, B. Goss, J.
Parks, C. Akin, B. Benson, C. Talbert, C. Lelvieiuller, V. Calcott, B. Farentholcl.
WHA'I"S NEW? . . . The Library
officers fleft to rightj Gay
Zander, vice-presidentg Elma
Real, social chairman, Laverne
Jones, s e c r e tar y-treasurer,
Nancy Gary, pre sidentg and Vir-
ginia Wagner, publicity chair-
man,glance over current events.
Newspapers are kept in the li-
brary for the students' conven-
AH HA! SAN'TONE!... Fifteen
members of the Library Club and
three chaperones spent one afternoon
in San Antonio inspecting about 1,, 500
new books. Left to 1-ight, front to
backare L. Crow, L. Jones, N.Gary.,
N. Lohman, E. Real, V. Wagner,
M. Zander, R. Turner,Mrs. Mills,
Mrs. E.E. Wagner, L. Ortega, J.
Smith, J. Robinson, A. Bergmann,
A PL AC E FOR EVERYTHING. . . One
duty of the library workers is to help
s t u d e n t s find information concerning
authors. Mrs. D,A, Mills, sponsor,
is explaining to Qlcft to rightj John
Lainhart, Rosa Turner, and Jimmie
Robinson the material available in the
INTERESTINGINF ORMA T I ON... The
c e nt e r of interest in the library is us-
ually the eye -catching designs on the bull-
etin board. Not only are they attractive,
but always informative.
PENNY FOR YOUR THOUGHTS. . .
These library members are deep in
thought as they work on their first
handbook. Left to right are Gerry
Michael, Laverne Crow, Yolanda
Pruneda, and Janice Smith.
BOOKS EVERYWHERE. . . With the library's
system it is never hard to find the right book.
Helping with this job are Cleft to rightjPhyllis
Babbit, Herman Heyland, Arlen Bergman,
and Lucy Ortega.
1T's A PLEASURE. . . These ubrafy workers
find their job of checking out books to students
not at all dull. Left to right are Gay Zander,
Lois Wengenroth, and Ivan Woodward.
" ' i Si?-mf fail, Siwkiatleii
THE FINAL CHECK. . .Harry W i s ehar t,
Qleftj, the Visual Education president,under-
takes numerous duties. One very important
one is making sure all the film is properly
packed and sealed for shipping. James
Bradshaw helps him with this job.
AT YOUR SERVICE. . .The boys of
the Visual Education Club perform a
great service to the teacher s and
students by showing movies. Qleft
to right: front to backjare C. Cov-
ert, J. New, G. Robison, R. Pin-
genot, H. Wisehart, D. Wilson, H.
Heyland, J. Lainhart, W. Bunch, D,
Council, W. Merritt, J. Bradshaw,
G. Clements, E. Gattis, J. Robin-
son, R. Stevens, and Mr. Herman
QUITE A JOB...Mr. Her-
man Billnitzer, s pon s or,
gives a few special techniques
on operating the projector.
fleft to right:l Gerald Robi-
son, Herman Heyland, Cur-
tis Covert, andErnestGattis
seem quite interested in
learning to thr ead the ma-
PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT. . . Jimmie New fleft of table, and Delton Wilson Qstandingj prac-
tice operating the movie projector. The Visual Education Club makes a very good audience!
A LIGHT JOB. . .Occasionally a pro-
jector bulb burns out so that means re-
placing it with a new one. Jimmy
Robinson, Curtis C ove r t, and Wayne
Merritt Cleft to rightl have been assigned
to this little job.
TAKE IT EASY. . . John Lain-
hart and Rene Pingenotfleft '
to right, replace a used tape
on the tape recorder. Since
it is a delicate instrument,
it requires competent han-
ti qites practice
D, E, 'S CHOICE. . . The Distributive Educa-
ftion class chose Frances Sweatman as their
sweetheart for this year. She takes a very
active part in this class.
IN ANTICIPATION. ..
Howard Fletcher, p r e s i-
dent, directs fleft to
r i g h tj, Pat Burrier, sec-
retary: F r an c e s Sweat-
man, sweetheartg Kath-
ryn Baker, publicity
chairmang Ella Mae Rob-
erts, treasurerg Thomas
Mr. Mills, sponsorg Ray-
mond Ayala, Sgt. -At-
Armsg and Wesley L ott,
reporter, in arranging the
tables for the coming ban-
quet. Everytl-1ing's ready
COFFEE, ANYONE?. . .
Serving their customers at
the football gameswith
cheerful grins are these
Distributive Education stu-
dents. Kleft to rightj a re
Carroll Williams, Yoland
Pruneda, John Taylor, Juae-I
nita Chenault, and Mr.,
methods of business
WELL UNDER WAY..,.,Happy smiles from all
sides provided a perfect atmosphere
for that night at the D. E. Banquet., Plasco G. Moore, State Director of Distributive
Education, honored the students by his presence and gave an ins piring speech, In
shorter words, the D. E., Banquet was a success!
TWO DEVOTED D.E. MEN. . .Mr. D.A. Mills,
sponsor, and Howard Fletcher, president, are in
deep discussion deciding what the program will be
or the coming season 107
LEAVING. . . lleft to rightl C. T. Collins, Car-
roll Williams, Frances Sweatman, and Maxine
Adams, are the four delegates who journeyed to
Fort Worth for the Ninth Annual D. E.Conference.
girls' sports association
Discussing some plays are Coach
Foster Miller and Coach Tom Daniels.
These coaches have the will to win and
the characteristics of excellent coaches.
They spent many hours working and
helping the 1954 Football Team.
Work, work and more work is the slogan
for these managers. Although a managers job
is mo s tly work, this trio does each of their
tasks with a smile. Left to right, are Delton
Wilson, Rayrnond Ayala, and Bill Davis.
Team are Larry Hester and Buddy Snow. These
boys were chosen by the team for their ability
and leadership in football.
Chosen as co-captains for the 1954
Because of her unfailing loyalty and
Tivy Spirit, the 1955 Football team chose
AUDREY SUBLETT to reign as their queen.
4 40 ........ .. .BOBBY CHESSER, SENIOR, CENTER,19O
WL i B 33 .... ...JERRY GIRARD, SENIOR, OB, 151
' 49. . . . . ...LARRY I-IESTER, SENIOR, HB, 167
63 .... . . .HERMAN HEYLAND, SENIOR, T, 190
48 ..... . . . . . .BOBBY INGRAM, SENIOR, END, 153
AqhQ1Q 6,, -. 60 .... ...BILLY JONAS, SENIOR, TACKLE, zoo
' 9 59 ......... . . .BILLY JOE LEA, SENIOR, GUARD, 186
55 .... ...BILLY MCDANIEL, SENIOR, GUARD,17z
No. 40 45 ......... ...WAYNE MERRITT, SENIOR, END, 190
50 .... . . .BUDDY SNOW, SENIOR, QB, 155
58 ......... ...ARLEN THACKER, SENIOR, HB, 154
31 .... ...JACKIE BOWLIN, JUNIOR, GUARD, 168
54 ........ ...JOE DICKEY, JUNIOR, CENTER, 155
No. 33 No. 50
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NO. 63 NO. 48 NO- 60 No. 59
NO. 49 No. 45
WILL HE MAKE IT '? . Gerald Robison clears
the bar, while fleft to right, Bobby Couch,
Paul Medina, and Scott Williams are inter-
TO YOUR HOLES! . . .Tivy's distance men
Qleft to rightl Carlos Z amor a, Jerry John-
son, and Joe Schmerber, line-up for a trial
run in preparation for a forthcoming track
I U tennis team
THIS ONE'S JUST FINE...Mr. Louis
Burton, tennis coach, explains to Joe
Fitch some of the basic things to lo ok
for when buyingatennis racket. A good
racketis an essential part of a player's
GONE WITH THE WIND.,,.A necessary task
before the players can start practice is to
see that the c o ur t s are .clean. Mary Arm
Stovall, Arlene Hargreaves, and RogerBa-
ker, lleft to righti geta taste of dust as they
sweep the tennis court.
READY ----- -SERVE. . Q Q A ITIHTCY1 at
Schreiner Institute p r ove s to be a
tough game. Esther Bode and Patsy
Ridgeway, Qleft to rightj senior
double players look very promising
as a top team. Raymond Kir s ch,
Qfar leftj calls the game as the match
enthusiastic in 'SS
BOTTOM LEFT: COOL, CLEAR
WATER. . .It's time out for a drink
ofwater after a. hard work-out! Es-
,her Bode and Patsy Ridgeway fleft
o right, pause at the water foun-
ain for a big gulp.
BOTTOM CENTER: ACERACKET-
JIAN. . . Perfecting his serve is Rog-
'r Baker, an expert with a racket.
OTTOM RIGHT: ALL READY? . . .
ayrnond Kirsch Qleftj and Joe Fitch
rightj suit out before they combine
heir tennis talents in ap re-season
GRAND SLAM. . . Arlene Hargreaves lrightj
lays the string to a lob shot which g o e s ov-
er the net while in a pr a ctic e game with
Mary Ann Stovall fleftj. Both are seniors and
have played tennis for four years.
THE 1955 TENNIS SQUAD
M.A. Stovall, A. Hargreaves, J. Fitch, R.
Baker, M. Knotts, R. Kirsh, P. Ridgeway.
S, Arnold, J. Caton, D. Lichty, Mr. Louis
Burton. fstanding, left to rightj S. Mares
and E. Bode, lkneelingl.
-up. As returning lettermen,
re agreat support to the squad.
lm -f f
LE AD IN G THE LETTERMEN. . . The
s pon s or s of the "T" Association are
Qleft to rightj, Foster Miller, Preston
Chambliss, Tom Daniels, and Gene
Agleton. All are members of the coach-
ing staff. fNot picturedis Louis Burton.j
MAKING PLANS. . .The "T" Associa-
tion officers Qleft to rightj Bobby Ing-
ram, vice-presidentg J'oeFitch, re-
porterg Wayne Merritt, s e c r e tar y-
treasurerg and Buddy Snow, president,
discuss plans for a future meeting
PRIDE AND JOY. . . The senior members of the
Tivy High School football team Qleft to rightl Bob-
by Chesser, Larry Hester, Billy Jonas, Arlen
Thacker, Billy Joe Lea, Billy Wayne McDaniel,
Bill Davis, Jerry Girard, and Herman Heyland,
receive their jackets for the 1954 football season.
Each boy receives ajacketif he has played in 16
quarters or more.
JUNIOR ATHELETES. . . The junior mem-
bers of the football team, Qfront to back,
left to rightl Jackie Bowlin, Joe Dickey,
Joe Schmerber, Jerry Johns on, Jimmy
Simmonds, James Durst, Bill Wom ac k,
Kinnan Golemon, and Kyle Wright, pose
for the birdie while theyare at the Louise
Hays Park planning for their annual bar-
beque that is given in the spring.
THANKS BOYS. . .Audrey Sublett proudly
a c c e pt e d the honor of being elected as
sweetheart of the 1954 football team. Her
big moment was giving a speech at a pep
LETTERMEN. . .Members of the 1954-'55 "T" Associationwere ffront row, left to rightj Jerry Gir-
ard, Billy McDaniel, Bobby Chesser, Arlen Thacker, Larry Hester, Billy Jonas, Bill Davis, Billy
Joe Lea., Delton Wilson, Bobby Ingram, Gerald Robinson, fback row, left to rightj Joe Schmerber,
James Durst, Herman Heyland, Jackie B owlin, Wayne Merritt, Kyle Wright, Joe Dickey, Jimmy
Simmonds, Jerry Johnson, Bill Womack, Bubba Barlow, Kinnan Golemon, and Qstanding, frontl
1. 0. 'Q
JUST CHECKINH . .Miss Georgia Grif-
fith and Arlene Har gr e ave s Qleft to
rightj, sponsor and pr e sident of the
Girls' Sports Association, check bas-
kets after a busy day of Gym activities.
TOP LEFT: PIN UP GIRLS. . .Hanging up
the Girls' Sports Association bannerand
decoratingthe trophy case are Qleftto right!
Joan Wagner, secretaryg Ida Eakin, repor-
ter: and Mary Ann Stovall, vice-president.
BOTTOM LEFT: CHAMPIONS'?.. .The
junior girls won the intramural volleyball
tournament sponsored by the Association.
Here they play the seniors in the play-off.
BOTTOM RIGHT: HIT THE BIRDIE. . . Hav-
ing a hot time are these fifth period girls as
they indulge in a game of aerial darts.
occupq q. s. cu.
JUST PINGING AROUND. . . A game of table
tennis is good for everyone. BettyGates and
Diana Hampson match Verna Lou Claborn and
Tivy's first unvitational volleyball tournament
to be held in the new gym was on February 26.
The Tivy "B" team won Znd in consolation.
THIS IS HOW YOU DO IT. . . The newest
PLAY BALL.. .Spring is a time for things
such as baseball. Claudette Mitchell get s
ready to hit a home run.
sport to be added to the activities is
archery. Miss Griffith explains how to
string a bow.
SPINACH EATERS. . . Basketball is one of those
popular sports in which G.S.A. gals partici-
pate. Aloha Jeter and Lynne LeC1ere stretch
in a toss-up.
KIT T Y VANN
Z OE STEWART
Good uc Yea Blue, Yea Gold
A11 out for the big parade!
you man to
man. . . . . . . .
Registration--back to the , , , ,
Oh, my achin' feet!
New gym, here we come!
Strenuous bowling requires "one big orange!"
Wild West invades
State Champs in review!
Who played hookie yesterday?
Sound off! Guide right! Hut 1-2-3-4!
clac king along!
Pass the salt,
of and Queen f
Turke y Day Danc e
Sadie Hawkins finally got 'er
Hail, hail, the gang's
It's Homecoming at Tivy!
138 Off for another contest !
Junior class presents "A Dance With
Our Miss Brooks."
At last. . . senior sweaters!
'Twas the night before
Time for a date
to a basketball game!
february. . .
march . . . ,
Patrick get Look at the trophies!
LOOK war thanx
Which college are you going to?
Io O O 0
April Showers '7 Why of course'
di' , pleased tho
-ff sk, ugh,
Just a fashion parade of pajamas ? M
At long last! !
Arnold, Sarah Jane
Baker, Billie Ann
Blevins, Emma Lou
Burnett, Rose Maria
Burris, Mary Jo
Chamberlain, Jo Gayle
Chipman, Jo Ann
Claborn, Verna Lou
23, 25, 30, 32, 47, 80,
31. 97, 99
49, 95, 97
Goss, Bill Ed
Harris, Jerry N.
Harris, Jerry W.
Hawkins, Tyla Kay
Jenschke, Mary Jane
72, 75, 98
36, 46, 79, 94, 95, 97, 100, 102
26, 30, 35, 46, 77, 86, 89, 95, 96, 97, 133
Lea, Billy Joe
Le Meilluer, Coy
McDaniel, Billy wayne
McMahan, Carol Rae
Massey, Mary E.
Richeson, Mary Beth
Roberts, Ella Mae
39. 96, HZ,
40, 104, 105, 112
33, 86, 87, 94, 95, 96
Smith, Carol Ann
spmtt, Ella Mae
Thurman, Bobbie Nell
Toler, Mary Dell
Traweek, B. Ray
Van Hoozer, Mary Duane
30, 43, 47,
23, 56, 58, 90, 91, 93
56, 95, 102, 103
56, 100, 101,113, 118
22, 23, 29, 46, 43, 81, 91, 97,128,129,l32
56, 85, 93
44, 85, 86, 90, 91, 93. 99
44, 95, 97
44, 84, 86, 88, 95
45. 95, 97,132
57, 92, 93, 102
60, 92. 93, 69,l13,119,1Z5, 126
45, 100, 101,106,107
67, 95, 120, 125, 126
67, 86, 87, 93, 95, 97
75, 93, 104
9-4, 95, 104
45, 94, 95
67, 94, 95,101
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