Tivy High School - Antler Yearbook (Kerrville, TX)
- Class of 1962
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Text from Pages 1 - 160 of the 1962 volume:
Tivy's Band and Antlerettes schedule included six downtown pep- rallies.
Sixth period Biology class. . .
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Who used the super Blue Blades?
Bubble gum? What bubble gum?
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Take one broad shouldered
male, a crew cut, blue eyes,
knowing grin, and strong hands.
Add determination, personality,
and sincerity. Garnish with
letter jacket and football. The
result is one of Tivy's favor-
His creedis simple. A man
who respects the dignity of the
student yet demands the utmost
of his ability. One whose task
is to build bodies and charac-
ter into a pattern of good
sportsmanship. A man who
when recognizing potential is
willing to wait and patiently
strive to develop a polished
athelete. A man who is affec-
tionally known to fellow-tea-
chers and students as "Jody"
or "Coach. "
To you Coach Jody Johnson,
we dedicate this yearbook.
Combining the proper ratio of humility, dedication,
and authoritarianism, Alfred Bell, is respected and
admired by the many students in his charge. This
completes his second year of superintending the
Mrs. Ruth Ann Davenport, high school counselor,
is completing her third year at Tivy. She attended
Schreiner Institute and received her M. A. degree
from Southwest Texas College. Mrs. Davenport's
bright, cheerful smile, and will to help are great
assets to Tivy students.
Miss Kathleen Akin
English III, IV
Mrs. Alice Baker
Homemaking I, II, IV
Algebra I, II
Mrs. Ethel Baker
Spanish II, III
Preston Cham bliss
P E III
Miss Ann Dye
Homemaking I, III
Miss Georgia Griffith
P. E. I, II, III
Mrs. Yvonne Gadeke
English I, II
English I, II
Mrs. Rachael Luna
English III, IV
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Mrs. Robbie Moses
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Mrs. Lorrine Swayze
Miss Marvel Skaggs
Typing I, II
Stenography I, II
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Mrs. Jessie Wilson
Mrs. Margaret Syers
culture I, II, III, IV
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These three men played an important part in the lives of
forty football players. In the summer they trained, coached,
and seasoned the Tivy Antlers for a victorious year. Dur-
ing the playing season they worked long hours keeping them
in shape and perfecting plays. The coaches' hardest task,
however, seemed to be building back up the teams spirit
and morale after a defeat. With their endless patience and
drive they have molded the '61 Tivy Antlers into an en-
during and fighting group of football players.
End Coach - Fred Johnson Back Coach - I ack Murray
The 1961 Antlers are Cfront rowj Morgan, Wolfmueller, Beakley, Daves, Graham, Menchaca, Trevino, Sprott
Keicle1,Medrano, White, Klein. Cseconcl rowl Young, Goleman, Ahrens, Lenard, Cade, Seydler, Schweining
Stieler, Pollard, Mosty, Bobbitt, Renfro, Findlay, Hurt, Murray. Cthird rowj Peterson, Billeiter, McCoy
Keese, Bird, Trapp, Fletcher, Welch, Turner, Rathke, Crenshaw, McCormick, F. Johnson, J. Johnson
Cfourth rowj Pipes, Riddle, Wilson, Bates, Sieker, Rees, Elliott, Osborne, Johnston, Harris, Borchers.
Tony Crenshaw - Tackle Tuffy Fletcher - Back
Senior - 2 letters Senior - 3 Letters
Honorable Mention Honorable Mention
All District All District
and lot of brawn ....
Harriet Garrett Award
Fletcher breaks victory sign.
Jim Tumer-Center Bobby Sprott-End
Senior-2 Letters Junior-1 Letter
Richard Keese-Tac kle
David Rees-Guard Wayne Rathke-Back Bain Beakley-Back
Senior-2 Letters Junior-2 Letters Junior-1 Letter
101111 Roy Wi1S0l1'BaCk Erwin Seydler-Tackle Wayne Johnston-End
Junior-1 Letter Sophomore-1 Letter Sophomore-1 Letter
Ant1er's offensive team warms up before a game.
tiv ties new braunfelg
Carl Borchers-Center Mike Bobbitt-Guard
Junior-1 Letter Junior-1 Letter
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8-Z3 tiv triumphs over
Charlie Pollard-Back Russell Daves-Center Henry Medrano-Back
Sophomore Sophomore Sophomore
Gordon Findley-Back Jack Klein-Guard Freddie Cade-Tackle
Sophomore Junior Sophomore
marshall for homecoming
Lowell Renfro-End Lewis Hurt-Back Phillip Graham-Tackle
Sophomore Sophomore Sophomore
Weldon Osborne-Tackle Robert Riddle-Guard Garon Bates-End
san marcos - last for 11 seniors
Howard Morgan-Back Scotty McCormick-Back
Sandra Talbert Head Cheerleader Jean Woodland
Sophomore Karen Kinsel Junior
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Symbolizing their vivacious spirit and determination are Tivy's '61-'62 cheerleaders.
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Sally Fawcett Vicki Mosty Virginia Plumly
Junior Senior Junior
Members of the 1961-62 basketball team are Daniel Byerly, Eddie Welch, Tuffy Fletcher, Bobby Schmidtke,
Ray Bird, Sandy Sandusky, John Roy Wilson, Elvin House, Larry Kemper, Craig McCoy, Deryl Knox, Roy
tivy,s cagers display
Coach Fred Johnson
Coach Dee Moses
Manager Pat Young
Stacy Sutherland, Leroy Menchaca, Gordon Findley, Henry Medrano, Bain Beakley, Roland Michel, Rusty
Duderstadt, Billy Syers, Ray Crooks, Filameno Trevino, J im Mangum, Billy Nesbitt.
Craig McCoy Tuffy Fletcher Eddie Welch Bobby Schmidtke
Tuffy Fletcher, evidently pleased
with himself, recovers a rebound
at Tivy's annual invitational basket-
Rusty Duderstadt Cecil Morris John Wilson Leroy Menchaca
Bain Beakley Bascom Lenard Henry Medrano Billy Syers
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Filomeno Trevino Billy Nesbitt Gordon Findley Stacy Sutherland
Edward Secor Ray Bird Roy Trapp
third place tournament ranking
Sandy Sandusky Larry Kemper Deryl Knox
Schmidtke fights for possession of
the ball in the game against Humble
during Tivy's Invitational Tourna-
Elvin House Daniel Byerly Roland Michel Roy Gonzales
Members of the 1962 tennis team are Archer, Schmerbeck, Reading, Iohns, Gathings, Taylor, Jones, Decker, Wren, Clif
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Freshman tennis players relax in the boy's
dressing room after hard matches. They
are Decker, Jones, Stoudt, Taylor,Swayze,
Captain Tim Johns and Coach Don Fuller talkover
net strategy before an upcoming match.
Wiggins, Van Hoozer, Caton, Fulbright, McBryde, Bruns, Cass, Stoudt, Swayze,
action .... .
Posing in front of Coach Fuller's car be-
fore leaving for a tournament Cfront rowb
Fulbright, Csecond rowy McBryde, Van Hoozer,
Cthird rowj Gathings, Johns, Reading.
Senior members of the tennis team run track to stay in condi-
tion for the sport. Running are Bruns, Wiggins, Caton, Clift,Archer
54 fine arts
Karen Caton, leader and
instigator of the many ben-
is Student Council Presi-
dent. She presides over
Council meetings, and stu-
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dent representation. In Charge of a lmpen mg
chapels and assemblies is
Junior, Tina Plummer, Vice-
President of Student Council.
Mrs. Ruth Ann Davenport has shown
her ability as a leader this year.
Added to her many duties is that of
being sponsor of the Student Council.
Elected to represent the student body of Tivy, are the members of the Student Council. Cfront rowj PlLu'r1mer,
Cole, Rasmus, Wright, Powell, Castillo, Walker. Csecond rowj Caton, Kinsel, RothroCk,Gatl'1ings,,Tones,
Scoggins. Cthird rowb Schmerbeck, McCoy, Dempsey, Wilson, Ayala, Ross.
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V tudent council urges service
lrrational judgement and endeavors to promote relationships between students and faculty are familia
actiyities to the Student Council officers. Cfront rowj McCoy, firemarshalg Plummer, vice-presidentg Caron,
presrdentg Ross, treasurer. Csecond rowj Schmerbeck, reporter: Walker, secretary: Kinsel, chaplain.
Senior National Honor Society members are ffront rowj Weaver, Packard, S. McCormick,
Padgett, Revely, Archer, Hancock. Csecond rowj Peckham, Hanchey, Bruns, Kinsel, Parks,
Koch, Carpenter. Cthird rowj Gholson, Walker, L. McCormick, Durbon.
Officers of National Honor Society for 1961-'62 are
Karen Bruns, treasurer: Scotty McCormick, vice-presi-
dentg Girvice Archer, president: Mary Florence Koch,
Mrs. Jessie Wilson's combination of wit, intelligence, and winning
personality makes her a favorite with the student body. As sponsor
of National Honor Society she embodies the goals which students
strive for: leadership, scholarship, and service.
Beatrice Walker and Mary Florence Koch prepare their
"secret brew" of punch to sell at the Junior Play.
Money from this and other projects helps to present
a one hundred dollar scholarship to a senior member
at the end of the year.
ien o clock scholar
ewly elected members undergo a rigorous
nitiation at the home of Barbara Packard.
itiates try to keep straight faces to avoid
unishment, as Tina Plummer rolls a pecan
ith her nose to the feet of the almighty
Members of National Society from the Junior Class
are Cfront rowj Carden, Mosty, Childs. Csecond rowj
Crate, Spurgin. Leatherman. fthird rowj Plummer,
Stehling, McBryde. Cfourth rowjwoodland, Oster, Johns.
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Fletcher Stieler Welch Elliott
President Vice- Secretary Treasurer
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girls, sports associatio n
Members of the Girls Sports Association for 1961-62 are Cfront rowj Brewton, Wiggins, Williamson, Hamilton,
Bruns. Csecond rowj Whelan, Hartung, Meares, Smith, Harlow, Packard, Wehmeyer.Cthird rowj Tucker,
Howe, Scharnberg, Jenske, Powell, Kenedy, V. Mosty, Fuege, Carson. Cfourth rowj Koch, Medlin, McNair,
LeMeilleur, Malecleb, Batley, C, Goodall, Doyen, Durren, Hurst, S. Goodall. Cfifth rowj Woodland, Pecham,
Soto, Matheson, Skeen, Plummer, Ortega, Reyes, Gowan, Clark, Lopez. Qsixth rowj S. Talbert, Revelry,
Smith, Steiler, Baker, Fossler, E. Mosty, Jones, Wilson, K1ein, Knox, Goss.Hanchy. Cseventh rowb L.
Talbert, Malo, Wehmeyer, Trejo, Lenard, Carden, Thurman, Jorden, Tucker, Wright, Gunter. Ceight row!
Liljidahl, Crider, Wise, Hoover, York, Dempsey, Fawcett, Arnecke, Gathings, Osborne, Michon, Katon.
fninth rowj Wright, Johnston, Plumbly, Blount, McBryde, B. Mosty, Childs, Secor, Wendel, Kensel, Martin,
1961-62 Girls Sports Association officers are
Jean Woodland, vice-president, Laverne Talbert,
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Brofwn Cantwell Cass Caulkins Chipman Allan Bates Bernhard Biehler
Craig Crate Dickey Durbon Eckstein Clark Cloudt Council Covert
Fambro Forster Gardner Hanson
band maintains high standing
Band twirlers have worked diligently this year gaining first division ratings on their ensembles at the ln-
terscholastic league Contest. They are Ioan Dell Weaver, head twir1er,,Tan Weaver, Cheryl Fertch, Mary
Virginia Mason, ,lane Dismukes, Dianne Meeker, Mary Evelyn Rothrock.
Hill Hurst Hunt Iennings Jeunke Klingeman Kuyken- Leatherman Lenard
Little Lockaby Magil Martinez Metting Miller, F. dall Miears Monroe
Niehaus Oster Padgent Pagel Parrot Penney Miller. J. Poole, W. Powell
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leading the band during
Leading an organization to the top in its
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and devotion. The band under the guidance
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time sweepstakes winner. Preizner holds a
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of Texas and is completing his sixth year
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President Treasurer Sergeant Sergeant
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Griffith, the Antlerettes have a busy year. Miss
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shows, planning floats, and coaching the Volley
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Antlerette twirlers are Cathy Carden, Elizabeth Martin, Barbra Jenschke, Head twirler Julia Wendel, Donna
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f Art Club for 1961-62 are Cfrom rowj Lopez, Beary, Adams, MacNair, Smith, Harmon, Silvas.
Chorus officers are Cfront rowj Marsha
Hoover, officers council, Carol Rode,
officers council, Beatrice Walker,secre-
tary, Sharon Scoggins, officers council:
Lynn Hancock, reporter. Ctop rowj John
Wilson, officers council, Bob Schmerbeck,
president, Jim Turner, Vice-presidentg
In his third year of directing the Tivy Chorus is
Mr Everett McAulay. Not only does "Mr, Mac" Bill Durbon, officers council.
direct the choir but is instrumental in many civic
presentations as well.
Members of the Tivy Chorus are ifront rowjKelsey,Nichols, Bartel, Crider, Roberts, Guill, Carpenter, Hancock,
Cheek, White, Johnson. Csecond rowj Houck, Smith, Kaufhold, Poetter, Arhelger, Gray, Davis, Baldwin,
Gholson, Rawls, Castillo, Massey, Brooks, Moore. Cthird rowj Castillo, C. Grimmett, Danz, Mays, Jung,
Range, Walker, Storms, Rittiman, D. Grimmett, Massey, Bill, Ayala, Boyd, Woolbright. Cfourth rowjHazelett,
Sewell, McCurry, Scoggins, Hurst, Hoover, Rhode, Hoover, Harrison, Lay, Lenard, lara, Crider, Schwelthem,
Payne, Fraziar, Massey. Cfifth rowj Nixon, North, Nibling, White, Ernst, Wilson, West, Davis, Turner, Scho-
field, White, Eckstein, Smith, Schmerbeck, Martin, Morgan, leMeilleur, Pipes, lrenard, Harris,Gillespie.
Carolyn Moore, a member of the Tivy
Trio, looks over ber music before a
Members of the Tivy Choir who received -honors in state performance.
choir this year were Tony Ernst, I..aVerne Frazier, Pattyrlouck,
Alice Guill, Bob Schmerbeck.
Pianist for the Tivy Chorus is Suzie Carpenter.
Members of the UIL Club are Cfront rowj Bonnie LeMei11eur, Tina Pltunmer, Stephenie
Lochte, Carolyn Moore, Shane Ann Younts, Sheryl Hanson, Carlie Sue Hunter. Csecond
rowj Bob Schrnerbeck, Girvice Archer, John Mosty, Arthur Arterman, Scott Stehling,
Richard Swan, Larry Kemper.
Sponsor of the Literary part
of the UIL is one of
Tivy's most outstanding
and versatile teachers,Miss
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Bob Schmerbeck and Francie Schrnerbeck go over plans
for a UIL trip to Sonora.
debate . . .dcclamationn
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John Mosty and Scott Stehling compose one of the top debate
teams in the state. As sophomores these two boys won second
in the state finals of debate: they also won first place in
several tournaments during the past year.
irvice Archer, one of Tivy's top math students, takes a
Lunber sense test in preparing for coming UIL competi-
Sponsor of the mathematics branch of
the UIL Club is Bill Jonas, one of
Tivy's most popular teachers.
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Scott Stehling Francie Schmerceck Stephenie Lochte
Treasurer Reporter Librarian
Geraldine Wright, President, works hard
at her job at the Vogue. Here she is
shown putting away some dresses.
Distributive Education members are Cfront rowj Montes de Oca, Turley, Neuman, Lott, C. Lott, Lambert.
Csecond rowj Hartung, Weinheimer, Seymour, Ketchem, Adams, Wright, Kramer. Cthird rowj Ahrens, Walker,
Beaver, Brown, Geisen, Vradenburg, Guana, Flick, Maurer.
pztreer in mind
Serving as officers for the 1961-62 year
are Cfront rowj Montes de Oca, reporter:
Kramer, secretary: Wrrht, president:
Ketchem, sergeant-at-arrnsg Csecond rowj
Seymore, treasurerg Lott, vice-presidentg
Flick, parliamentariang Maurer, sergeant-
Chester Lott, vice-president, works daily at his
job at H.E.B. Grocery.
Sponsor Howard Slataper, instills within
his students his mind for business, and
serves as a medium between them and the
businessmen of the community.
Bobby Rotge has mastered the technique
of manipulating complicated mattress-
making machines at Kerrville Mattress
vocational industrial club
Gene Fuller, senior, is just completing his second
year working at Schreiner's hardware store. Through
his vocational training he has proved himself
a prodigious apprentice.
"I wield a mean meat cleaver." Donnie Kennedy
works at the meat market at H.E.B. Food Store.
for the future
Mary Lou Woods,
Vocational Industrial Club officers
are Mary Lou Woods, reporter: and
Gene Fuller, sergeant-at-arms: Cnot
picturedj Donnie Kennedy, president:
Carlos Ayala, vice-presidentg Kathie
Winning.. .Welding . Working. ..
Jeff Thornton, son of Mr.
Thornton, and FFA mascot,
enjoys working in the new shop.
ATypical classroom scene in vocational agricul-
ture. Shown in picture are Lance LeMeilleur,
Lynn Stone, Bobby Sieker, Terry Mitchamore,
and Kenny Ahrens.
James Thornton, Vocational
agriculture instructor, and
FFA sponsor, is completing
his second year at Tivy.
Under his leadership the
chapter boys placed in dis-
trict, area, and state con-
tests. Mr. Thornton, a ver-
satile instructor, teaches
welding in the new Agricul-
ture shop. FFA boys watch closely as- Mr.
Thornton demonstrates one of the
new arc welders.
Members of the Future Farmers of America are Cfront rowj Cox, Morgan, R. Trapp, Karger, Morris, McPherson,
Hartung, Evertson, Baker, Wright, Blevins, McBroom, Goodrich. Csecond rowj Jones, C. Ahrens, Lee, J. Trapp,
Speakmon, Wells, Wagner, Ernst, Lenard, Mills, Secor, Green, Wachter, Chipman. Cthird rowj Graham
Schwausch, Flores, Brewton, Gamel, Crider, Sewell, Davis, Real, McMurtrey, Stone, Sprott, Hernandes
Vlasek, Klein, Cade. Cfourth rowj Martin, Fisher, Borchers, Lackey, LeMeilleur, Reading, Sieker, Hayes
Stephens, Stieler, Mitchamore, Rathke, Powell, Harris, K. Ahrens.
Lance LeMeilleur t,,, Q , ,V 2 Chad Powell
Treasurer t ' VL ilg i Reporter
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Eddie Hayes Wayne Rathke Kenny Ahrens
Sentinal Secretary Vice President
Allen Steiler, president of FFA, is
completing his second yearin office.
Suzanne Scharnburg Patricia Whelan LaVerne Talbert Sandra Talbert
Vice- President Treasurer Secretary Parliamentarian
Marilyn Vollmar Elizabeth Feuge Nancy Williamson
Historian Reporter Sgng-leader
Karen Bruns '
Mrs. Baker and Miss Dye not only teach five
classes a day but also are in charge of FHA.
President P 9 p 0
Formal Initiation of new members of FHA took
place in the new LCRA building.
Cfirst rowj Bruns, I. Albrecht, Carson, Feuge, A. Albrecht, Merritt. fsecond rowj Wait, Trlicek, Vollmar,
Goss, Kroner, Mitchmore, Evertson. Cthird rowj Fossler, Durbon, Baker, Lara, Castillo, Daves, Lenard,
Vlasek. Cfourth rowj Woolbright, Wilson, Morris, Mays, McKinney, Danz, Scoggins, Butler, Faifer, Cole,
Hunnicutt, Turner. Cfifth rowj Whitmore, Whelan, Blevins, Scharnburg, Howe, L. Talbert, Wright, L. Skeen,
A. Skeen, Pancoast, Boyd, Arhelger. Csixth rowj Clark, Gowan, Stieler, Smith, Russel, Devala, Alford, Williams,
Holmes, Gray. Cseventh rowj Dworaczyk, Wiggins, Martin, Williamson, Norwood, Sewell, Evans, S. Talbert.
Cantwell, Baker, Csponsorj.
A dream come true? Here Miss Dye, home-
economics teacher, checks to see if all of her
children are present and under control as the
FFA and FHA start on a long trip to the Texas
The Tivy Chapter of FHA chose
as their sweetheart for '62 Allen
Future Teachers of America are Qfront rowj Bruns, Williamson, Wiggins, Martin, Kennedy, V, Mosty. Csecond
rowj Koch, Preiss,, York, Woodland, Peckham, Hunter, McNair, Gunter. Qthird rowb Fossler, Jones, E.Mosty,
Wilson, J. Weaver, Schmerbeck, Medlin, LeMeilleur, Parrott, Caton. Cfourth rowj Arnecke, Ross, Fawcett,
Plumly, Blount, Dempsey, Gowan, B. Mosty, Harlow, I. D. Weaver, Hanchey, Packard. ffifth rowj McBryde,
Gathings, Secor, Carden, Plummer, Hartung, Meares, Crate, Dickey, Oster, Dismukes, Niehaus. Csixth
rowj Carpenter, McCormick, Doyen, Goodall, Spurgin, Leatherman, Hoover, Smith, Powell, Gardner, Parks.
Cseventh rowj Ardoin, Wenzel, Archer.
University of Texas graduate, Miss
Marvel Skaggs, Future Teachers of Amer-
ica Sponsor, is completing her second
year at Tivy.
Susan Wiggins and Mary Florence Koch discuss ma-
terial for the Future Teachers of America scrap-
book which will be entered in the state meet in
Future Teachers of America excitedly discuss plans at
the first meeting of the year.
Future Teachers of America officers take a break while
preparing for a student assembly. Making preparations
are Cathy Carden, president: Karen Bruns, vice-president:
Mary Florence Koch, reporter: Virginia Peckham, treas-
urerg Suzie Carpenter, historian: Melinda Gunter, sec-
In the spring, senior Future Teachers instruct for a day
in elementary classes. Shown here is Karen Bruns explain-
ing a simple problem in mathematics.
Officers of Future Nurses Club are Alta Hurst, Vice- President:
Shirley Ranne, Treasurer: Mary Mason, Reporter: Cecelia Michon,
Social Chairman: Lynn Hancock, Presidentg Coyleen Little
A registered nurse herself is Mrs.
Margaret Franke, Sponsor of Future
Nurses Club. She also serves Tivy
as School Nurse.
Qfront rowj B. Castillo. S. Hurst. fsecond rowj M. Castillo, Belvins, Hancock. A. Hurst. Cthird rowy Michon,
Moore, Little, Turner. ffourth rowj Sanders, Miller, Dworaczk. Cfifth rowj Gorman, Clawson, Lochte, Malocleb,
Lenard. Csixth rowj Ranne, Mason, Hazelett.
a White cap
Exchanging gifts at the Fu-
ture Nurses annual Christ-
mas party are: Lynn Han-
cock, Peggy Gorman, Alta
One of the most active chapters in the
state is Tivy's Future Nurses Club.
Aside from working at Sid Peterson Me-
morial Hospital aiding the fulltime staff,
Future Nurses also help the Bloodmobile
unit in it's monthly visit to Kerrville.
Candy Stripe girls entering the hospital
after school are Darlene Nichols, Coyleen
Little, and Cecelia Jung.
One of the jobs of the Li-
brary Club members is to
keep the books straight and
in order. Doing a nice job
of this is Lynn Stone, Betty
Preiss, Sherry Leatherman,
Portia Smart, Roy Gonzales,
Keeping the Thanksgiving spirit
high are Lucille Carson, Bobby
Jenschke, Warrenetta Gowen, Jan
Beaty as they decorate the Library
Mrs. Mary Carden is new this year
at Tivy. She has many jobs other
than being sponsor of the Library
Club. One of these is checking in
books and checking them out to
Members of the Library Club are ffront rowj Lynn Hancock, Warrenetta Gowan, Portia Smart, Lucille Carson,
Charles Johnson, Syritta Crider, Sherry Leatherman, Jan Beaty, Betty Preiss, Sandra Goodall, Judy Lopez.
Csecond rowb Kaye Dempsey, Scott Stehling, Pam Ross, Lynn Stone, Bobby J enschke, Pat Young, Roy Gonzales,
read, read, and read some more!
J .YK L., - W f--
Officers of the Library Club for the 1961-62 school year are ffront
rowy Judy Lopez, Secretary. Csecond rowj Lynn Hancock, Treasurer,
Scott Stehling, President, Sandra Goodall, Vice President.
"The things they make me do!"
"So what's it to you?"
"I-Ialitosis is better than no
breath at all. "
Photographer catches Tatler Staff members in a lull between Friday
"I was a teenage werewolf! " "The satisfactions of being
Mary Florence Koch a superior person. . . . "
Co-editor Kathie Childs
rinter's ink. ..
"Tub O Chicken?"
"I don't like you either! "
"Our most beautiful?"
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"Does it bite?" "Smoke Kool!" "Hey gang--I'm your lead-
Sally Fawcett Karen Caton er!"
at 'Was the
"Madame Don Quixote?"
Pam Ross G G
" I'm the representative for
"OCCL1PaIi0H-'11 DiS6aSe?" the Artificial Limbs Co."
Karen Bruns Francie Schmerbeck
"Man--Love that twist!" " And then I'11 take on Patterson!" " Where'd She go?
Nancy Williamson Bob Elliott John Mosty
o " I'm a teal Antler!"
H t Bob Schmerbeck
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Bobbielee Ramsey Chad Powell G
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1962-A IE ROFF ,WORK
Senior class officers relax on the Guadalupe and discuss plans for the coming year. Enjoying the after-
noon spree are Allen Stieler, vice-presidentg Mary Florence Koch, reporterg Karen Kinsel, treasurerg Bob
Elliott, presidentg and Carol Hanchey, secretary.
EXCITM NT ROUTI
the seniors devoted their time and
energy to make '62 a "year to remem-
ber". Long, hard football workouts
and 7:30 A. M. Band and Antlerettes
rehearsals composed the fall sched-
ule for many seniors. In October,
the class sponsored the Sadie Hawkins
Dance to raise money for the senior
trip, and the senior girls triumphed
16-8 over the underclassmen in the
powder puff game.
The rush and excitement of fall
yielded to a cold, blustery winter,
the festive season of Tivy.
Seniors will never forget the Swish
of light, airy formals, the sweet
smell of orchids and carnations as
they attended the Christmas and New
As the wonderful year 1961 rolled
to 1962 seniors with eyes turned to-
ward graduation, began taking en-
trance exams and making college
room reservations. After twelve
years of school, seniors looked with
mixed emotions toward graduation.
It was the end of one era of their lives
and the beginning of a new one.
Antlerettes 3,4g Library Club
3g VIC 3, GSA letter 1
FHA 1-4, treasurer 35 NHS
3,4g GSA letter 25 1961 Cris-
Band 2, Chorus 3
FHA 1-4: GSA 2
Antlerettes 1-4, majorette
3,45 FHA lg FTA 25 GSA 1'
4, letter 3g UIL district 1,
2nd best actress award 1
Antlerettes 3, 4, vice-presi-
dent4g ANTLER staff 4g FHA
1-4, historian 2, vice-pres-
ident 3, president 4g FTA 2-
4, historian 3, vice-presi-
ANTLER Staff 4, Band 1-4,
vice-president 45 FTA 43 NHS
3, 4, president 4g Student
Council parliamentarian 3g
"T" Association4g UIL Club
secretary 4g junior play castg
tennis 1-4, letter 1, 3, 4g UIL
number sense lst district 13
wHo's wHo 3gMary B. Will-
son Award 2
dent 45 NHS 3, 4, treasurer
4g UlL Club 35 class vice-
president 2g junior play bus-
iness managerg GSA 2-4, let-
ter 3, 4g tennis letter 1-4,
district 2,3, regional 2,35
WHO'S WHO 3
Spanish Club 43 basketball
lg football manager 1
We Are The Mighty Seniors, 1962
Chorus Accompanist 2 -4,
sextet 3, Concert Choir 4,
FTA 3,4, historian 4, NHS 3,
4, GSA 2g Tivy Salutes 3
Ant1erettes3,4g FI-IA 2-43 Li-
brary Club 4, GSA 3, 4
Chorus lg FNC 4
CA TON, KAREN
Antlerettes 3,4, ANTLER Staff
1-4, FTA 2-4g Student Coun-
c.i12-4, chaplain 3, president
4: UIL Club 3, class treasurer
2, class secretary 3, Most Ver-
satile Sophomore Girlg Most
Popular Junior Girl, junior
play castg GSA 2-4, tennis
letter 2-4, district 3, 4, re-
gional 3g Who's Who 2, 3
Tennis letter 3,4
Band 1-3g track 2,3
FFA 1-4, secretary 2, "T
Association 3,-4g football 1, 3
4, letter 3, 4, track 2, 3
Chorus 4, VIC 3
Chorus 4, VIC reporter 3
Band 1-4, twirler 3, 4, twirl-
ing solo 2nd regional 2, en-
semble lst regional
Chorus 2g NHS 3,45 "T" Asso-
ciation 1,2g basketball mana-
ger 1,2g football 23 track 1, 2
Band 1-4g Chorus 4
DE 3: FHA 4
We Leave To You
ANTLER Staff3, 45 "T" Asso-
ciation 3, 4s treasurer 4g C1355
president 3,45 Most Handsome
Junior Boy, junior play cast
basketball lg football 1-4
letter 3,4g track 1-4, letter
3, 4g WHO'S WHO 3
Antlerettes 3.4, FHA 2-4, re-
porter 4g GSA, letter 1,2
"T" Association 2-4, presi-
dent 4g Most Popular Sopho-
more Boyg Most Versatile Jun-
ior Boyg basketball letter 2, 3g
footballlerter 2-43 track let-
ter 3. 4
DE 2-4, parliamentarian 45
The Gold nd Blue
Antlerettes 2-4g Library Club
3, 4, vice president 4g GSA
i FULLER, GENE
Chorus lg DE 3, 4
GSA 3g UIL spelling 3rd dis-
GRONA, DOUGLA S
l VIC 3,4, sergeant-at-arms FFA 2g VIC 4
Band 1-43 FHA 3, FNC 2, 35 Band 1,2, ensemble 1st re-
gional 1,2g Chorus 3, 4, sex-
tet 3, Regional Choir 3, All-
State Chorus 3g junior play
Antlerettes 1-4g FTA 2-4,
secretary 45 UIL Club 33 Jun-
ior play castg GSA letter 1-4
Chorus 4g NHS 3, 4g Spanish Antlerettes 3, 4g GSA letter
Club secretary-treasurer 4, 23 UIL typing lst district 2
Antlerettes 2-4g Chorus lg
FHA 33 FTA 2-4g NHS 3,43
UIL Club 35 class secretary
1, 43 GSA 2-4
nd The Halls Of Trvy Hlgh
Chorus 1-4, social chairman
2, secretary 3, 4, sextet 2,
Regional Choir 3, Concert
Choir 4g FNC 2-4, president
4, Library Club treasurer 4g
NHS 4g UIL Club 2, 35 junior
play castg UIL One- Act play
Band librarian 1-4, Regional
Antlerettes 3, 43 FNC 23 FTA
4g GSA letter 2-4
Art Club 3, 4, parliamentar-
ian 3, president 4
Antlerettes 2-4g FTA 4g GSA
Library Club 4
Chorus 1, 3, 4g FNC 3,4
Art Club 3,4, secretary-treas-
She,ll Take Your Time And Service
junior play cast
HURS T, A LTA
FHA 3, 4g FNC 2-4, vice-
president 45 GSA 1-4, letter
1, 33 volleyball 3, 4, letter 3
DE 33 FHA 4, FNC 2-45 GSA
Antlerettes 1-4, majorette
3, 45 GSA 1-4
Antlerettes 3,43 Chorus 45
"T" Association 4, football
VIC 3,4, president 4g basket-
Antlerettes 4g FTA 4
Chorus 2, 3g DE sergeant-at-
Antlerettes 2-4, cheerleader
3,4, head cheerleader 4, NHS
4g Student Council chaplain
4gUIL Club 1, 3g class treas-
urer 4g GSA president 4, let-
ter 4g volleyball letter 2-45
football sweetheart 4, FFA
Antlerettes 3, 4, majorette
4, FHA 43 junior play make-
up, GSA 3, 4
KOCH, MARY FLORENCE
Antlerettes2-43 FTA 2-4, re-
porter 3, 45 NHS 3, 4, secre-
tary 4, Student Council re-
porter 2g ANTLER Staff 2-4,
Co-editor 4, class reporter 1,
2, 4g Most Beautiful Sopho-
more and Junior Girl, GSA
2-4g UIL spelling 3rd district
DE 3, 4, secretary 4g GSA 2
But Y0u,ll Love
Antlerettes 4g Art Club 3g
Chorus 2, Concert Choir 2g
Library Club 3, 4, secretary
4g Spanish Club 4g UIL Club
2,35 tennis lg GSA 3g UIL
declaration 2nd district 1
Art Club 4g Chorus 43 Spanish
Band 1-4, secretary 4, lst di-
vision ensembles 1-3, Dis-
trict Band 3, Regional Band
3, NHS 4g FTA 3, 4: GSA let-
NHS 3,4, vice president 4g
basketball 1 - 3, letter 1,
manager 2, football 1,2, 4,
letter lg track 1, 3, letter lg
Boy's State 3
You Can Bet Your Boots
Student Council Ere marshal
4, "T" Association 3, 4g bas-
ketball 3, 45 football letter
3, 43 ll'3.Ck 3. 4
Antlerettes 3, 4, majorette
4, Band 2g FHA 4g FTA 3, 45
Student Council 3g GSA 4
MASON, MARY VIRGINIA
Band 1-4, District Band 3,
twirler 4g FNC 2-4, reporter
4g junior play cast
DE sergeant-at-arms 4
Antlerettes 3, 4g FTA 4g GSA
FHA 3, 4g GSA 1-4, letter
1-3g volleyball 3, 4
Spanish Club 45 basketball
letter lg football letter 1,
Chorus 3,4g FFA 1-4, parlia-
That There'll Be Roots
Chorus 1, track 2
Band 1-4, twirling 3rd re-
gional 2, 2nd regional 35
FHA 1-33 FTA 3,4g Student
Council 2, 3, junior play an-
Band 2-4, quartermaster 4
Chorus 2g DE 4: FHA 3, Stu-
dent Council 4
Antlerettes 1-4, freshman
sergeant, sophomore ser-
geant, cheerleader 3, 45
ANTLER Staff 2-4, Editor 43
FHA 1, FTA 2-4, Student
Council 2.3, alternate 4,
UIL Club 4, Most Popular
Sophomore Girlg Class Pres,
23 junior play cast, GSA let-
ter 1-4,,vice-president 45
volleyball letter 1-4g WHO'S
Antlerettes l-4g FTA 2-43
NHS 3, 4g UIL Club 3g junior
play castg GSA 1-4, letter 1,
UIL extem poraneous speaking
2nd district 3
Band 1-4, District Band 2, 3
NHS 3, 4
From The Hearts Cf All Of You
PARKS, MARY JO
Band 1-4, reporter 4, District
Band 3, Regional Band 3, FHA
2, 33 FTA 3, 4, NHS 4, Student
Council 34 TA TLER sraff 4
Antlerettes 1-43 FHA 3, FTA
2-4, treasurer 4, NHS 4, junior
"T" Association 3, 4g football
manager 2-4, letter 3, 4
VIC 3, 4g GSA letter 1
ANTLER Staff4g Chorus lg FFA
1 -4, reporter 4g Student Coun-
Antlerettes 3,4g Chorus 43 FHA
3, 45 FTA 4: Student Council
Band 1-4g Chorus 3g FFA 2, 3,
"T" Association 3g Spanish
Club parliamentarian 4, foot-
ball lg Interscholastic League
VIC 3g basketball letter 15
football letter lg track 1
Band 1-4, 1st place ensem-
bles 1-3, District Bandg FHA
3g FNC 2-4, treasurer 4g GSA
For We Are The SCHIOIS
Student Council lg " T" Asso-
ciation 3,4g class treasurer 3g
Most Handsome Sophomore
Boy, basketball 1, 2g football
letter 3, 4g track 1, 2
NHS 43 Spanish Club reporter
4, UIL Club 4
DE 35 FHA 1,2g FNC 25 DE
sweetheart 3g GSA letter 1
Chorus 3, 4, ofi'icer's coun-
cil 4, Concert Choir 43 FHA
FFA 1, 2, VIC 3, 4, treasurer
ANTLER Staff 43 Chorus 3, 4,
publicity chairman 3, presi-
dent 4, Concert Choir 3, 4g
Student Council reporter 4g
"T" Association 43 UIL Club
president 4g class president lg
Chorus sweetheart 43 basket-
ball lg football 1-3, tennis
letter 3, 4
Chorus social chairman 45
UIL Club 4, basketball 1
FFA 1-4, Star District Green-
hand 1, Star District Chapter
Farmer 2, Chapter Lone Star
Farmer 3, 20th place in state
dairy cattle and land judging
teams 2, 12th in state live-
stock judging team 3
Great And Mighty Seniors
ketball 3, 4g track 2
Antlerettes 4g Art Club 4
SOTO, MARY ALICE
Antlerettes 4g Chorus 3g FHA
35 Spanish Club Dutchess 45
Student Council 4g GSA 4
Chorus 43 UIL Club 4g bas-
FFA 1-4, president 3,43 Stu-
dent Council Bg "T" Associa-
tion 2-4, vice-president 45
class vice - president 3, 45
Most Versatile Sophomore
Boyg Most Popular Junior Boyg
FHA sweetheart 45 football
letter 2-4, All-District foot-
ball Honorable Memion 3g
track 2, 3, letter 3
UIL Club 4
Band 1-4, president 4, Dis-
trict Band 1 -4, Regional Band
2, 3, Area Band 33 Library
junior play castg UIL one-
act play, 1st district 1
THOMAS, PA ULINE
We Are From Tlvy
Antlerettes 2, 35 DE 45 FHA
1-35 DE sweetheart 45 GSA
Chorus 2, 35 DE 4
Chorus 3, 4, reporter 45 FNC
vice-president 35 NHS 3,45
Student Council secretary 45
TATLER Staff 3.4. Co-editor
Chorus 35 DE 4
Chorus 3, 4, social chairman
3, vice-president 45 golf 2,
35 "T" Association 3,45 junior
play cast5 basketball 1, 25
football 2-4, letter 3,4-5 track
WEAVER, JOAN DELL
Band 1-4, twirler 2-4, head
twirler 3, 4, 1st regional solo
1, 2nd solo, 1st ensemble 2,
1st solo, 1st ensemble 35 FHA
35 FTA 2-45 NHS 3,45 UIL
Club 35 junior play cast5
WHO'S WHO 3
School We Love.
letter 1-33 volleyball 2-4
letter 2, 3
"T" Association 3, 4, secre-
football letter 3, 4g track 4
FTA 4, football 3
Chorus 3, 4g VIC 3, 4
Antlerettes 2-45 GSA 1-4,
tary 43 basketball letter 2-43
Band 1-4, quartermaster 43
Chorus 3g VIC 3,4, treasurer
4g GSA letter 1
Antlerettes 3, 4, president 4g
Chorus 1, FHA 1-4, song-
leader 3, FTA 2-4g UIL Club
3, 4, class treasurer 1, junior
play cast, tennis 1-4, lst
district 3, 2nd regional 35
GSA letter 3, 4
Antlerettes2-4, sergeant 3, 4,
alternate cheerleader 3, 4g
ANTLER Staff 3, 4, business
manager 45 FHA 3, 4, reporter
3, songleader 4, FTA 43 Stu-
dent Council 2, 3, vice pres-
ident 3: class secretary 2g
volleyball letter 3
DE 3, 4, vice-president 3,
president 4, outstanding stu-
dent 3g GSA 1,2
PEGPLE ITH THI TC
Always ready to go are the junior ofiicersg Scott Stehling, vice-presidentg Jean Woodland, president
98 Kaye Dempsey, secretaryg Julia Wendel, treasurer.
DO PL CES TO GO, AN
PEQPLE TO EE
typify the Junior class' busy school
Junior girls joined in voguish
fashion parade, being some of the
first on campus to be seen with
frostedhair and the "above the knee"
The boys weren't to be out done
as they showed-off their western
vests, boots, cowboy hats, andbelts.
Always on the go, they watched
proudly the powder puff football game.
On Saturdays in November, juniors
worked tirelessly and diligently
washing cars to earn money for the
Junior-Senior Banquet which was a
highlight of senior festivities.
Junior thespians presented Thorn-
ton Wilder's "Our Town" in Decem-
ber which was widely acclaimed for
its dramatic interpretation.
A continuous round of activity
and motion kept juniors in a whirl
this year, leaving them looking with
anticipation toward 1963. 99
Adams, Kathy Adams, Kaylon Adamek, Charles
What's on these boys' minds? Most
likely the reply from each junior
member of the Antler squad will be
Ahrens, Charles Ahrens, Kenny Arnecke, Sharon
Bill, Tony Billeiter, David Blevins, Mildred Blount, Karrelyn Bobbit, Mike
Brooks, Diane Butler, Charlene Cantwell, Darrell Cantwell, Shirley Carden, Cathy
Cagtjllgy Mary Childs, Kathie Clark, Carolyn Craig, William Crate, Jenny Lou
Crider, Syretta Dempsey, Kaye Dickey, Cynthia
Doran, Bobby Doyen, Shirley Duterstadt, Rusty
The Junior Class submitted their float
in the homecoming parade with the
theme, "Roast the Rams, "
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Mc Curry, Betty McDaneil, Rick Michon, Cecilia
The Junior Class had an over abundant
amount of talent to choose from for
the annual Junior play. Here a group
of juniors try out for "Our Town. "
Moore, Carolyn Mosty, Belinda Mosty, John
Ortega. Irma OSTJOIHC. F1031 Oster, Joy Pennington, Kay Ptiester, Carlos
Pipes, John Plumly, Virginia Plummer, Tina Poole, Wanda Preiss, Betty
Pruneda, Milly Ramsey, Bobbie Rasberry, Barbara Rathke, Wayne Reading, Ben
Real, Casper Reyes, Christine Riddle, Robert Ross, Pam Schmidtke, Bo
Schwiening, Fred Scoggins, Sharon Secor, Shirley
Seymour, Randy Sieker, Bobby Silvas, Steve
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"The morning after the night before.
Sleepy headed junior girls awaken af-
ter a slumber party.
Skeen, Lydia Smart, Portia Smith, Sherrie
At school, at play, or at work, every
member of the Junior Class looks up.
They look up to greater expectations
and something better to come,
Sprott, Bobby Spurgin, Beverly Stehling, Scott
Stephens, Steve Stone, Lynn Sublett, R, C. Swan, Richard Thurman, Nancy
Trevino, Filomeno Tucker, Janet Vlasek, Mildred Wait, Jack A Watson, Joyce
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Sophomores elected Sandra Talbert, presidentg Don Berry, vice-presidentg Suzanne Scharnberg, secretaryg
Carlton White, treasurer, and Ray Bird, reporter, as the 1962 officers.
E R OF HIGH SCHUOL
the sophomores of '62 came onto
campus with new hopes and ideas for
the full schedule of classes and ex-
The usual hustle and bustle of
elections took a major portion of
the fall season. Sophomores were
a part ofthe out-maneuvered under-
classmen power puff team.
They again showed their spirit
when they laboriously created an
"almost" prize-winning float during
homecoming week. Sophomore girls
climaxed the fall season with the
Thanksgiving "Golden Harvestudance
in the Terrace Room of the Blue-
'62 found a sophomore in every
crowd as they worked their way into
becoming an essential part of Tivy.
With a generous sprinkling, they
showed up in nearly every organiza-
tion and event. They are one step
ahead of the apprentice freshman
and one step nearer the juantiness
of a junior.
Paul, Alexander Allan, Darleen Ardrion, Arthur Baker, Judy Barley, Glenna
Beach, Martha Bernhard, John Berry, Don Best, Don Bird, Ray
Bgcock, Bobby Brady, Linda Brown, Michael Byerly, Daniel Cade, Freddie
Carr, Zack Caulkins, Glenda Cheek, Kay
Sophomore girls plan for the fall semi
formal. The dance was held at the
Bluebonnet Hotel 1n the Terrace Room, Chipman, Barbara Chipman, Charles Cox, Larry
Clawson, Paula Craft, Tommy Craig, Jimmy
Sophomore boys and girls plan for the
Crooks. Ray Daves, Russell DeRosier, Karen Construction of their float.
Dooley, Bill Dworaczyk, Suzanne Evans, Belva Evertson, Mary Fertsch, Cheryl
Fikes, Robert Findlay, Gordon Fisher, Johnny Frazier, Laverne Fulbright, Kirby
Gathings, Johnny Gerloff, Delton Gorman, Peggy Goss, Barbara Graham, Philip
Gunter, Dana Gutierrez, Linda Hanson, Sheryl Harrison, Barbara Hill, Jeane
House, Elvin Howe, Doris Hunter, Carlie Sue Hurst, James Hurt, Lewis
Iuenke, Shirley Karger, Wallace Kemper, Larry Klein, jack Klingemam-1, Mary
Knox, Cheryl Knox, Deryl Kroner, Carol Kunz, Tony Le Meilleur, Bonnie
Lochte, Stephanie Liljedahl, Ann Malo, Marie Teresa Malochleb, Caroline Mangum, Jim
Marrs, Edward Mathison, Dorothy Medlin, Ann Meeker, Dianne Merritt, Bobby ll
Miears, Gary Michel, Roland Miller, Joyce Mitchamore, Dianne Morgan, Howard
Morrison, Pat Muse, Richard Musick, Margaret McDaniel, Sheri McNair, Sue
Nesbitt, Billy Nichols, Barbara
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Pa gel, Nancy
Pat Morrison, Suzanne Scharnberg, Billy
Syers, and Yolanda Klein ride on the
sophomore 1962 homecoming Float.
Parrish, Harold Parrott, Linda Pettit, Shirley
Tivy I-ligh's combo, The Tempest,
play at a benefit assembly. Three
of the boys are sophomores, They
are David Snodgrass, Stacy Suther-
land, and Bobby Sanchez. Pollard- Charles P1'i0U1'. D011 Mdelefi Sandra
R-iif1S. Diane R2i1'1S, Myra Reading, David Richeson, Joe Ripps, Nancy
Robinett, Melinda Rothrock, Mary Sanders, Rachel Sandusky, Sandy Scharnberg, Suzanne
Schmerbeck, Schmidtke, Secor, Edward Sewell, Lillie Seydler, Erwin
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Simpson, Judy Snodgrass, David Stephens, Jerry Suther1and,Stacy Syers, Billy
Talbert, LaVerne Talbert, Sandra Thomas, Jimmie Tomlinson, Mike TrappTRoy
Tucker, Gay Vance, Jo Ann Van Hoozer, David Vollmar, Marilyn Wendel, Karen
Williford, Bessie Wilson, Mack Windsor, Jo Ruth White, Carlton Wren, Mike
Wright, Cheryl Wachter, Nolan Young, Donna Ray Younts. Shane
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Given the honor of serving as freshman officers are: James McCoy, president: David Schofield, secretary-
Lreasurerp and Javier Vela, vice- president.
New faces, new adjustments, new experi-
ences--almost everything about the first year of
high school is new. Nothing equals the experi-
ences of a freshman's first pep rally, first high
school dance, and first mid-term exam.
The freshman football team covered itself
with glory by winning all but one of its games.
The freshman year with its continuous excite-
ment and perplexities is the beginning of a
never-to-be forgotten adventure.
The 'Western Dance given annually by the
freshmen proved to be one of the very best ever.
This year saw more freshmen in Band and
Antlerettes than' ever before in Tivy's history.
A freshman can always be identified by a bewil-
dered look and an eager and expectant attitude.
How hard it is to smile when the upper-classmen
practice their new superiority on them. These
are a few of the memories that linger. Yes,
the experience of being a freshman is hard to
Alford, Arhelger, Ayala,
Nancy Sherrall Celia
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Francie Sclimerbeck, Marilyn Revely, Jan Weaver, Beth
Mosty, Betty Fossler, Carlynn Pressler, and Jane Williams
are found gorging and gossiping at a slumber party.
Benedict, Bi ehl er, Boyd , Brew ton, Chipm an, Chipm a 11,
Brad Lee Jean David Ronnie Sandra
Chipman, Cloudt, Cole, Council, Covert, Covert,
Shirley Walter June Don Carol Joe Wayne
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Cowden, Crider, Danz . Daves, Davidson, Davila,
Mike Lois Sheila Lynette Robert Martha
Decker, Durbon, Edington, Evertson, Ferguson, Flores,
Danny Diana David James Shirley Margo
FOFSIQI. FOSS1613 FU-Fr. Freshmen industriously redecorate their homecoming float
Robbie Betty Dale which was previously ruined by rain.
G111esp1 e, Gray , Harm on, Hart, Hart ung,
Mike Clara Judy Jim Al
Hill, Hunnicutt, Hunt,
Jackie Cheri David
Freshmen huddle together cheering their football team
on to victory. Hurst, HYdef JCHHiHgS.
Gary Mary Mike
Jones, Jones, Jones, Kaufhold, Klein, Kuykendall
Laurie Melvin Roy Don Tansy Danny Kay
Larson, Lay, Leinweber, Lenard, Lohman, McCoy,
Craig Kathie Ralph Molly Ann James
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Odette Janice Kathy
Victorious Freshman team in action.
Roberts, Ruff, Russell,
Lydell William Linda
Alert Freshmen voice suggestions for their homecoming Sandidge, Schmerbeck, Schoenewolf
Goat' Mike Francie Danny y
Schofield, Schw ethelm , Schwiening, Sherwood, Skeen, Smith,
David Phyllis Jim Pat April Cynthia
Stieler, Stone, Sto ut, Sumner , Swan, Sway ZS,
Diann ReDonr1a Johnny Jo Ann Diane Jack
Taylor, Thurman, Turner, Valencia, Vargas, Vela,
Jim Rusty Karen Linda Susie Javier
wade, Wagner, Wagner, Wea ver, Wehm eyer, Wells,
Kathy Al Rex Jan Sharon Buddy
In a jovial mood, James McCoy, David Edington, Danny
Schoenewolf, Rex Wagner, and David Schofield cut up at the
teen tavern after a football game.
West, Williams, Williams,
Bill Jane Louis
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Thelma Delia Diana Barbara La Verne Allen
ET H E
126 tivy salutes
128 tivy Sweethearts
131 best citizen
132 sehool favorites
138 Class favorites
144 Whcfs who
151 student of
...TIM JOHNS, SCHOLAR AND
TENNIS PLAYER. . .A junior, Tim won
recognition for himself by winning
the l3-AAA singles crown as asoph-
omore. This year Tim is captain of
the Tennis team, a member of Stu-
dent Cotuicil, National Honor Soci-
ety, "T" Association, and a semes-
ter honor roll student.
. . .JOHN MOSTY, TIVY DEBA TOR. . .
A junior, this marks Iohn's fourth
year as an outstanding debator. As
a sophomore he won second in State
AAA Debate competition. Art Editor
of the ANTLER Staff, a member of
the National Honor Society, he is
also vice-president of the Univer-
sity lnterscholastic League Club.
. . .KATHIE CHILDS, TATLER STAFF
BUSINESS MANAGER AND HONOR
STUDENT...Kathie has been a
member of the TATLER Staff for
two years. She is also a member
of Antlerettes, Future Teachers of
America, and her ability to achieve
academically won her membership
in National Honor Societyas a sopho-
LINDA MCCORMICK, HONOR
MEMBER...Linda has won a
in the District and Regional
for two consecutive years.
is a member of the National
Society and was selected by
class as a best citizen nominee.
. . .LEWIS SCHULTZ, OUTSTANDING
VOCATIONAL AGRICULTURE STU-
DENT...Lewis and his Columbia
Breeding Sheep won Champion Ram
and Ewe honors at the Dalla s, Houston,
El Paso, and Kerr County Livestock
Shows. He received the DeKalb Ag-
ricultural Award for both high grades
and superior farming projects for
1961-62. He was a member of the
Livestock Judging Team as a senior.
...CATHY CARDEN, ANTLERETTE
TWIRLER AND HONOR STUDENT. . .
Cathy has not only excelled academ-
ically, but is also one of the Antlerette
twirlers. President of Future Teachers
of America, she is a member of the
National Honor Society anda semes-
ter honor roll student. Cathy also
serves on the TATLER Staff.
CHQSE THE E TO
Future Farmers of America
Vocational Industrial Club
Future Homemakers of America
REPRE E T US...
Joan Dell Weaver
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La Verne Frazier
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most versatile boy
most versatile girl
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As a winner of the National Council of Teachers
English Award, Girvice Archer not only brought
recognition to Tivy but also to himself. President
of the National Honor Society, Girvice, who is a
six year band member, also serves thatorganization
as vice-president. A previous member of Who's
Who, he is secretary of University lnterscholastic
League club, and a member of the ANTLER Staff
and Future Teachers of America. Participating in
tennis for the sixth year, Girvice has earned a
tennis letter and is a member of "T" Association.
Holding offices as president of Future Home-
makers of America, vice-president of Future
Teachers of America, vice- president ofAnt1erettes,
and treasurer of National Honor Society is Karen
Bruns. Karen, who has lettered three years in tennis
and Girls' Sports Association, is assistant sports
editor of the ANTLER and a second year member
of Who's Who.
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Completing her third year on the TATLER Staff,
Mary Florence Koch has the position of co-editor.
Her participation in other organizations is not
limited, however, for she is reporter of the senior
class and Future Teachers of America, secretary
of the National Honor Society, a member of Ant-
lerettes and Girls' Sports Association.
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A four year scholarship to Texas Agricultural
and Mecha nical College was earned by Tuffy Fletcher
for his athletic ability. He has earned letters in
football and basketball and was selected as co-
captain of the 1962 Antler team. Tuffy who was
selected Most Versatile Boy, is president of the
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Cake sales, senior day, commencement, senior
rings, and invitations are among the responsibili-
ties of Senior class President Bob Elliott. Very
active in sports, Bob has earned two letters in
football and track. A second year member of
Who's Who, he is sports editor of the Antler
Staff and holds the office of treasurer of the
Being head cheerleader, chaplain of Student Comi-
Cil, and president of Girls' Sports Association,
Karen Kinsel leads a busy school life. Chosen
sweetheart of the football team and Future Farmers
of America, Karen is also senior class treasurer
and a member of National Honor Society. She has
lettered in volleyball three years.
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Sandra Talbert's accomplishments include two
that are rarely achieved by a sophomore student:
Who's Who and cheerleader. President of the soph-
omores, she represents her class as Most Popular
sophomore girl and sophomore editor of the ANTLER.
Sandra, who is parliamentarian for Future Home-
makers of America, lettered in volleyball and Girls'
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Most Popular Boy, Bob Schmerbeck is an active
student at Tivy. President of the chorus, Bob
was also named to the regional chorus and selected
as a chorus sweetheart. He is president of the
University Interscholastic League club, reporter
of Student Council, and a member of the Antler
Staff. A second year letterman in tennis, Bob is
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Winner of the Harriet Garrett Award, for High
Scholastic Standing, and a member of' the Honorable
Mention All-District football team are amongthe
honors received by Craig McCoy. He lettered in
basketball and football and is a member of the
track team. A "T" Association member, he is
also fire marshall of the Student Council.
"Hectic" describes Vicki Mosty's busy sche-
dule for cheerleader and editor of the ANTLER
are two jobs which require time and responsib-
ility. Nevertheless, she finds time to participate
in Future Homemakers of America, Future Teachers
of America and serves as an alternate member of
Student Council. Vicki has lettered in volleyball
and Girls' Sports Association and was voted Most
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Keeping the yearbook staff operating efficiently
is the main job of Nancy Williamson as ANTLER
business manager. Nancy's scope of activities is
not limited, however, for she also serves as
Antlerette lieutenant, alternate cheerleader, music
director of Future Hornemakers of America, and
member of Future Teachers of America. She, as
a Girls' Sports Association member, earned a let-
ter in volleyball.
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Entering in stock shows, competing in meat
judging contests and shearing lambs are impor-
tant phases in the life of the Future Farmers
of America President Allen Stieler. He is also
active in sports, having lettered in football and
track for three years. He was selected to the
Honorable Mention All-District football team and
holds the office of vice-president of the "T'
Association. Allen was chosen by the Future Home-
makers of America as their sweetheart and is
vice-president of the senior class.
President of the Library Club, treasurer of Uni-
versity lnterscholastic League Club, and sergeant-
at-arms of the Student Council are among the of-
fices held by Scott Stehling. This year he served
the junior class as vice-president and was a cast
member of the junior play, "Our Town." Scott
who won second in state competition for debate as
a sophomore, lettered this year in University
interscholastic League and is a member of the
National Honor Society.
Many hours spent working after school is the
price paid by co-editor of the TATLER, Beatrice
Walker. Her remaining time is divided among
Student Council for which she is secretary, Na-
tional Honor Society, and reporting for the chorus.
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Karen's activities are as numerous as the spots on the dalma-
tians. Throughout her high school days Karen has stood out as a
leader in numerous scholastic and extracurricular activities. As
class editor she ends four years of work on the ANTLER Staff,
Elected by the student body to serve as president of the Student
Council exemplifies her versality and popularity. The Daughters
ofthe AmericanRevolution selected her on the basis of leadership,
scholarship, and character for the honor of Best Citizen. A mem-
ber of Antlerettes, Future Teachers of America and Girls' Sports
Association, Karen also has earned three tennis letters. A three
year member of Who's Who, Karen was selected by the student
body as the Most Versatile Girl. As a deserving final for her
high school days we salute Karen Caton as Student of the Year.
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For you, the students of Tivy High
School, this volume was created. May it
evoke your high school days of 1961 and
l . . .the days of classes and quizzes, of
studying and learningg of weekend dates and
partiesg the days of football games. . .bus tripsg '
the days of elections and meetings, of committees
and honors. . . Those special days when you studied
fought, won, lived, loved, and formed
l ...A PATTERN OE' LIFE
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