Tulia High School - Hornet Yearbook (Tulia, TX)

 - Class of 1957

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The HORNET 0f1957 PTGSGIZIS JRO the forward strzde of God Vzctor Hugo auf-qi 4 ' 31,-:ii 6' K ? 1 A Published by the Annual Slqff Tulia High Sclzool Tulia, Texas M , ,,k,,L,W,, , .,, sN"f 'wQ---lsqnwgilfvdi M0-WYA., gf,-,ij 4, M W ,Wilt MVK P1 G H 5 c rv 0 o L A N 8 .A Q If vs fl Y U L A Y? u fl A '1 C. Y Y u L 4 B A I Table f Contents Dedication Campus Administration Classes Activities Organizations Favorites Athletics fanior High Elementary Advertisements Foreword With this school year--our first one in the new building--swiftly coming to a close, we pause to catch a final glimpse of the progress we have made and the hap- piness we have had. May the 1957 Hornet story bring you reminiscent joy in the future. The Hornet Staff 7610244221 QM ' mmm LaQuita Noble Jennice Marks Co- Editors Nb vw Dedication For thc' progress zflzfjx' have lILCLllC' lozlczvy, that uw' might half? zlw assurzuzce Qf cz bcilffr lonzorrozv, z vf'. the stu cien ts Qf Tulia High School do re.Sl11cfc1ffUlQx' dedi- cate this 1957 Horne! to O UR PARENTS. q - K - Z.: C Gi Q3 ,...? From this land of flowing irrigation wells, a new high school arises. It contains eight- T een classrooms, several offices, an auditorium with seating capacity of 1358, and a large library, This is the home of 365 Tulia High School students. ci- 1 E 62 g ap . """'.. e'-'W W --1 M 1 , g Q3 The New L--F -5? alia H igh School Z ""' ,i.. E 5 1- . i-4-2-1- I 2 5 'ixxf 3 Q High School Tli. 'fn Building 9' o Wm , A , 2 k V V A I WJ' Ai 2 3 h 5 hung W ,. ,Nw Wmyw mm, ,,,NlWWlh,cr1cw,y1 Homemaking Cottage ' ff". 3- 1 1 is in F1 1:1 :eg sn il ' . 1 wmv. 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WALTER EDWARDS Homemaking B.S., West Texas State BOBBY G. FINLEY Social Studies B.S., West Texas State W. E. HENDRICKS Band, Choir B.S., M.A., West Texas State MISS MILDRED HULSEY English B.A., Trinity University M.A., George Peabody MISS SHEILA MALONE English B.A., West Texas State llllif L- 'Muni wrltbu' Y wnpnf ii,Q.l'y'f'n1V x 1 unsung fzfl Nil ul Qin. HV' :H N 1, ,gf , , 0 ,- 1,-HP" ,l""'f. TT rm LAD 1 H mit! inf' 3 , if 5 in fmt-f L fm' 'nw ' 'JH' 'JJ ,uri .V v ,J .. ,Mt H. I I tf'r'.pJ' A ' lun ' ' -ani,'.'l IHIQM X -Ants. - 44673. Q MCMA' 'JN zo is ',,Hl,, ',4lO',sf yqllnsx o -,uw l.0"v'0.'i 5 E ' W 3 V Q int. - ww...- E v ,ll Y 'Ju .lf JH' vn- ,, Q.. ,, lv' ,w L, l 'J VA : i Slwji 41:48 nl' 1 -1 1, ,l',ic"' Q will ' sl F acu lty WELDON MANSFIELD Agriculture B.S., Texas Tech WAYNE MARTIN Science, Physical Education B.5., T. C. U. MRS. C. P. MITCHELL English, Art B.A., West Texas State KENNETH PATTON Vocational Shop B.S., West Texas State MISS IMOGENE PRICE Typing, Shorthand B.S., McMurry College BILL M . PHILLIPS Physical Education B.S., West Texas State 1 'i.?TT"" 45 i . . , . -qv. . W -y , A V .m.,, ,Sg- J ,V vm 5" 4 Ji ' aw ,... 1,- 0 S F v . Q QQ Q . ,M1 ' X 1' Qs. gi xr' ' j . i'2,.i.' 4, K A ' A ,s . , . f , .. f --' 1w'ismly1,Y"..' 4 ti' ' - QW- aff, . ,' ., X .sh 41 2 2'-,fe . QV A f , -Q lm ,gsgl ,.,1 -, + f-I ff '2'.f .:fsx1f:, fs :1., 5 5,-5 kk .rf , xx-. A ' , H J wi 1 ar 1 . U,-A - I R ra V , rf , . . -wifi ,::' fl. :r :news 1 -' E Q wk - , ' ' 'Syg- 2 f A as A -3 , up , Jsf:Y'9" k , fi Q S J K :Z- r-qww ' f f 1 Q 'M - .... M Q 5 ? ' i iv t v vv 'E lxlwesjyi I' A 'r f ,I'.:,lv' 'Qi-rl! .U xxx- 711: 'jff ,,- , . ,rf r r 1 r f ft - e . 'N' 'W "FW 37,1 N r . 1 f QQQSQ W rif f !" A 4 " U.. x ff, XQ fr AXA of ffxf :Cf r if gk fa' ' fa- ff O 4' 4 0 IS Q "aka, Oak Q if M491 Z YIM wa?" s seo' 'Q Ns Qs K 9 vgs z U ss xx 1 X X 'x ws! 14 X A7 0 Pl 9 '40 VK x '32-1 QW wif' The classes rn Tulra I-hgh have changed rn three rmportant ways slnce the frrst graduaung class of 1910 Then the class had only three members Carl Hale Cora Leonard and Velma French Srxteen credrts were requued for graduatron Mr Hale s schedule durrng hrs semor year was Englrsh solrd geometry physlcs Lat1n II and Amer1can hrstory Today h1s granddaughter Carolyn rs a member of the Freshman Class of 110 students She IS requ1red Algebra I Homemakmg I and general scrence f f XX X. 4, , - I L x t ,Q 05, ,o'9:o ' T ' ' ?s?,,.e95.::.n:l ,f 4. , lu," J. , X v f -: - w F, ff, N I 1, XX, ,I I U I X -ff A X f ,, ,f ff' ' v 0. , g y . V, T T T e r'.:g'I'l'.. f 1, , fygv' We . . . . 1 ' '- . - ,f , . l W9 . ,T Z, N, X, I ff! We jx off" ' ' 1 I I ' I I Q , N ff J ' 5? v - 2 f Q, X " , , . . . . ' ' ,ff ' ' ' v Klii, I, 5, ' T' -.f f" . . I - ' I u , fl'-.1 I' 6 I fx . . 1 , ' l 'Q Q 1 u -. ' to have 20 credits for graduation. She takes English, 'XX f' fx? V, , by , ' , ' . fr-as. I I gi?-'-Lift f ' X' :kg-4LfX',X .b .-X N -- 9 . :sf ,vt f 'so' " N' E965 N-fi. sg :- fe. . f -I, 7 . , ff ,g u. ,T BXXQ, fe? ,, f ga, X 1 1 TX ,l u,l f xxx .I ., ., 5 'ff' "X U . nw: "4'- T-1.-' - . -' " . 1' '0- f0' O M X we sk X! ,Il Z as e .,,..-... v QU Y 'Q FD 1 5 is K avg K QR X 1 Xifk. gy? fs fi 1 f an fi 5 mi , , 2, iq .l xx X X N , fy A xml 'Y Hx X S f ' f , f ff" V .ixxii-' 'X A I J-Tgfiqkf ,f A '1 i' ' . ' f nh ffm ' X 'aff 1 X .. 1, , f,.lf,V,,,,.,. .3 x rhfv. ff 0. , '- - f. 1.71414-,Y-',Q ., , I V' f .f. I I f f 1 7'-'K X X XX 1 ff xt' ,I NSN 5 C LASS OFFIC ERS AMY BRASHER - - DELIA MURRELL - - BILL LANKFORD - - EVELYN BONDS - - SUE HARRIS ----- WYATTE HARMAN - BETTY RUTH WATTS BILLY CHANDLER - - DENNIS LOVE - - - LAQUITA NOBLE - - H. G. WELLS - - - MRS. S. C. SCOTT - - - Secretary - - - Reporter Student Council - - - Treasurer Student Council Parliamentarian - - - Historian -Vice President - - - President Parliamentarian - - - - Sponsor - - Sponsor Semors KENNETH ALDRIDGE Librarians 1.2g Thespians 3.4: "T" Club 3.4, Officer 4g Football 2.3.4. Captain 4g Track 3.43 Junior Play. Thespian Play 4g Electronics Club 2.3.4. Officer 3,4g Spanish Club 1. Offi- cer 1. HAZEL ANDERSON FHA 1.3: Pep Squad 1.3.4. WALTER ANDERSON FFA 1.2.35 VIC 1.43 One-act Play 3. PAT ANDRUS FHA 1.2.3. Officer 33 Librarians 1.2.33 Vespa 2.3.4. Officer 3g Pep Squad 1.2.3.4g Cheer- leader 33 Basketball 2.3.4g Class Officer 25 Class Favorite lg Football Queen 4: VIC Sweet- heart 2 . K 'Xi 'Pho my This is their busiest year. gi' 5-0s 45.1 DAVID ARMONTROUT FFA lg VIC 2.3. SHIRLEY ARMONTROUT FHA 1.2.35 Pep Squad 1.2gBBketbal1 1.2. Junior Play. ELIZABETH BARTLETT FTA 2.3.4. Officer 4: FHA 1.2g Librarians 1: National Honor Society 4g Choir lg Pep Squad 1,2,3.4gJur1i0r P1aygOne-Act Play 33 Office Staff 3.4g Interscholastic League 2.3. FAYE BEASLEY FHA 1.35 Pep Squad 3. BERNIECE BECKMAN FTA 45 FHA 1.2.35 Librarians 23 Choir 1.2: Hornet Staff 4g Annual Staff 4g Office Staff 4: Quill and Scroll 4. ROSE MARY BEWLEY FHA l,2,3g Choir 1. EVELYN BONDS FTA l,2,3.4, Officer 43 FHA l,2.3,4, Officer 4g Thespians 3,4g National Honor Society 43 Band 1.2.35 Hornet Staff 4, Co-editor 4g Jun- ior Playg One-act Play 2,4g Ensemble 3g Class Officer 4g Class Favorite 2g Interscholastic Leagueg Quill and Scroll. AMY BRASHER FHA 1,2,3g Librarians l.2,3,4, Officer 8,4: Choir 1.2, Officer 2g Ensemble 23 Class Offi- cer 4. They receive their long awaited HAROLD BUTLER FFA 1, Officer lg "T" Club 2.3.4. Officer 4: Basketball l,2,3,4g Football l.2.3,4g Track 1, 2,3.4g One-act Play 4: Class Officer 2g Class Favorite 2g FFA Conducting Team lg Mr. THS Nominee 4. GLENN CARAWAY FFA 1,25 Pep Squad l,2g Basketball 1.2.3g Track 1,2g Class Favorite 4g Electronics Club 2, 3.4, Officer 3,4g Junior Chapter Conducting lp Thespians. BILLY CHANDLER FFA l,2,3.4g Librarians 2g "T" Club 2.3.4. President 4g Choir lg Basketball l,2.3,4g Foot- ball l,2.3,4g Track 1,2,3,4: Class Officer 1, 4g All District Football 3g Mr. THS 4. GENEVA CHILDRESS FHA 1.2.33 Librarians 1.2: FTA 4: Choir 2g Hornet Staff 4: Annual Staff 45 Pep Squad 3,43 Quill and Scroll 4. mt-.Q 5 fazf' ww S CTD SCIZLOT' I'Ll7,gS LIZ S6Pl67TLb6l'. ANNIE BETH DRAKE FHA 1.2,3.4. Officer 35 FTA 4: Thespians 3. 45 National Honor Society 3.4. Officer 45 Band 1. 2, 3.4, Officer 45 Hornet Staff 45 Annual Staff 45 Student Council 3,45 One-act Play 2, 45 Class Officer 35 Who's Who 35 Student Coun- cil Secretary 45 Poetry Reading 35 Second in Districtg Outstanding FHA Member 45 Miss THS Nominee 45 Quill and Scroll 4. LARRY DRAKE Band 1.25 Choir 15 Annual Staff 45 Who's Who 45 Office Staff 35 Electronics 2.3.4. Officer 25,45 Spanish Club 1, Officer 15 One-act Play 1.2.45 Junior Play5 Quill and Scroll 4. CHRIS FINCH FFA 1.2.4. Officer 2, Chapter Conducting Team 1.2, Grass Judging Team 1, Outstanding Green Hand Member 15 "T" Club 3.4, Officer 45 Band 1. Officer 15 Pep Squad 25 Football 1, 3,45 Track 1. NORMAN FREEMAN FFA 1.2.3,45 Football 2.3.45 Track 2,3,4, W vnu M- '33 'S NK' W KWYVN 'fa r 'ws Q' ml-6 GAYE GEORGE FHA l,2,3.4, Officer 3: Librarians 2.3.4. Offi- cer 3g National Honor Society 3.4. Officer 4g Band 1.2.3.4: Majorette 2,3.4g Student Coun- cil 1.2. Officer 1g Junior Playg One-act Play 3g Ensemble 3.4: Miss THS Nominee 4g Band Sweet heart 4. DWAIN GLENN FFA 1,2,3g Librarians 2g Band 1.2.3,4g One-act Play 3g Ensemble 4. JIM GOODWINE Librarians 1.2.3.4, Officer 4: Thespians 3.4: Annual Staff 4g Business Manager 4g Junior Play Stage Managerg One-act Play 4g Thespian Play 4g Contest Play Stage Manager 3.4g Entered from Lubbock Junior Yearg Quill and Scroll 4. GRACELYN HANSEN FTA 1,2,3.4. District Officer 3. FHA 1.2.3. 4, Delegate to State Convention 3g Thespians 3.4, Officer 4g National Honor Society 3.4. Officer 4g Band 1, 2, 3.4g Hornet Staff 3.4g An- nual Staff 1,3.4g One-act Play 2,4g Ensemble 3,4g Thespian Play 3g Class Officer l.2.3g ln- terscholastic League 2g Quill and Scroll 3.4. Numerous banquets are attended TERRY HARMAN FFA 1,2,3,4. Officer 4, Farm Skill Team 1, 2, Dairy Cattle Judging Team 1g National Hon- or Society 3.4, Officer 4g Hornet Staff 4g An- nual Staff 4g Pep Squad 1, 2g Basketball lg One- act Play 3.4g Class Officer 3g Quill and Scroll 4. WYATTE HARMAN FFA 1.2, 3.4. Officer 4, Chapter Conducting 1, 2- 3. Dairy Judging lg Grass Judging 1, Live- stock Judging 2, 3: Extemporaneous Speaking 3g Outstanding FFA Greenhand 1g Thespians 3.4. Officer 4g National Honor Society 4g Basketball 1g Junior Play 3g One-act Play 3,43 Class Officer 4g Mr. THS Nominee 4g Contest Play Stage Manager 3. SUE HARRIS FHA 1,2g Librarians 2.3.4. Officer 3.4g Thes- pians 2, 3.4g National Honor Society 4g Band 1.2: Choir 3.4, Officer 4g Hornet Staff Editor 4g Annual Staff l,3,4g Student Council 4g Pep Squad 3g Cheerleader 4g Junior Playg One-act Play 2.3.4g Class Officer 4g Contest Play 4g Quill and Scroll 4. MARIE HOGGINS FHA l,2.3.4g Band sg Choir lg Pep squad 1, 2.49 Office staff 4g FTA 1.2. we 1 2 , 1' 'ff 1, 'Tv-Q Q .53 5 1,15 ax up-I 'Ta by the seniors of 1 95 7. FORREST LAC EY VIC 43 "T" Club 1,2.3,4gBar1d lg Pep Squad 1 23 Basketball 1,2,3,4g Baseball 1,25 Tennis 1. 2.3.4. Spanish Club 1. IRMA LANGFORD FTA 4g FHA 1.2.3. Officer 3g Librarians 3.4: Choir 1.2,3.4g Pep Squad 1.2,3.4: Ensemble 1,43 Swing Band Vocalist 3.4. BILLY LANKFORD Librarians 1,2.3.4. Thespians 4g Hornet Staff 3: Annual Staff 4: Student Council 3,43 Junior Playg One-act Play l.2,3:C1BS Officer 3.4: Office Staff 3: Boys' Quartet 3.4. BARBARA LOVE FHA 1.2.33 Librarians 4g Choir 1,2.3,4g Pep Squad 1,2.3g One-act Play 4. Ensemble 1.2. 3g Switchboard Operator 4. Qgyev 'xi " CAROLYN LOVE FHA 1.2.35 Librarians 45 Choir 1.35 Pep Squad 1,2,3. DENNIS LOVE FFA 1,2,3,4, Officer 45 "T" Club 2.3.45 Band 15 Hornet Staff 45 Annual Staff 45 Basketball 1, 2, 3,45 Football 1. 25 Track 1.2.45 Class Officer 45 Basketball King 45 All District Basketball 35 All tournament team 45 Basketball Captain 45 Mr. THS Nominee 45 Quill and Scroll 4. IENNICE MARKS FTA 2.3.4, Officer 45 FHA 1,2,3.45TheSpiar1S 3.4, Officer 45 National Honor Society 3.4. Officer5 Choir 1,2.3.45 Hornet Staff 45 Annual Staff 3.4, Co-Editor 45 Pep Squad 1.2.35 En- semble 1.25 Class Officer 35 Who's Who 45 ln- terscholastic League Typing 35 Quill and Scroll CAROLE MASSEY FTA 45 FHA 15 Librarians 15 Thespians 45 Band 25 Hornet Staff 45 Annual Staff 45 Pep Squad 1, 45 Office Staff 25 Debate 25 Quill and Scroll 4. DIANE MCDONALD The Contest and senior plays FTA 3.4, Officer 45 FHA 1.2.35 Librarians 1.25 Thespians 2.3.4. Officer 35 Band 1,2.3,45 Majorette 1.2, 3,45 Choir 35 Hornet Staff 35 Annual Staff 3.45 Junior Play 35 One-act Play 2.3.45 Ensemble 3.45 Extemporaneous Speaking5 Quill and Scroll 3.4. DELIA MURRELL FTA 2.3.4. Officer 3.45 FHA l,2,3,45 Choir 1, 2.3.45 Officer 45 Hornet Staff 3.4: Annual Staff 45 Pep Squad 1.2.35 One-act Play 25 Ensemble 1,2,3,45 Class Officer 45 Quill and Scroll 3.4. DARRELL NELSON FFA 1,25 "T" Club 2.3.45 Band 15 Basketball 1, 2,35 Football 1,2.3,45 Track 1,25 Class Officer 1.25 Co-Captain of Football Team 4. LAQUIT A NOBLE FTA 3.4. Officer 45 FFA Sweetheart 45 FHA 1, 2.3, Officer 25 Thespians 2.3.4, Officer 35 Band 1,2,3,4, Officer 2.3.45 Drum Major 2, 3.45 Annual Staff 2, 3.45 Co-Editor 45 Student Council Secretary 35 Junior Play 35 One-act Play 2.3.45 Ensemble 45 Thespian Play 2,45 Class Officer 1.2.45 Who's Who 1.3.45 Girls' State 35 lnterscholastic 1.2.45 Miss THS 45 Contest Play 45 Switchboard Staff 45 Quill and Scroll 4. PAT NUZUM FHA 1.2.3: Librarians l.2.3.4, Officer 3.4: Thespians 4: Vespa 4: Band 2.3.4: Choir 1: Hornet Staff 3: Annual Staff 3.4: Pep Squad 1: Basketball Manager 4: One-act Play 3.4: En- semble 1: Quill and Scroll 3.4. WILMA O'DANlEL FTA 3: FHA 1, Officer 1: Librarians 2: Vespa 1, 2.3.4. Officer 4: Annual Staff 2.3.4: Cheer- leader 2.3.4: Basketball 1.2.3,4:Junior Play Student Director: One-act Play 4: Who 's Who 4: Basketball Queen 4: Halloween Queen 4: VIC Sweetheart 3: Basketball Co-captain 3.4: Quill and Scroll 4. BARBARA OTWELL FFA Sweetheart 3: FHA 1.2.3.4. Officer 2: Li- brarians 4: Choir 1.3.4. Officer 1.4: Sweetheart 4: Ensemble l.2.3.4: Class Favorite 3. JIM POLLARD FFA 1.2.3.4. Officer 3.4: Thespians 3.4: "T" Club 4: Football l.2,3.4: Track 1.2.35 Junior Play: One-act Play 2,3.4: Class Favorite 3: Boys' State 3. I 3,5- are presented in March. Q5-"' fs.. 35 ,,, 5' MIKE PUGH FFA 1.2, Officer 1: "T" Club 4: Basketball 1.2. 3.4: Football 1.3,4: Track 2.3: Farm Skill Team 1: Electronics Club 2.3.4. Officer 4. YVONNE SAMMANN FTA 4: FHA 1.2: Librarians 1.2: Band 1: Pep Squad 1.2: One-act Play 2. ARTHUR SMITH Librarians l.2.3.4, Officer 2.3: Thespians 3.4: Band l,2.3,4: Choir 1.3.4, Officer 3: Basket- ball l: Junior Play: One-act Play 1.2.3,4: En- semble 3.4: Thespian Play 4: Office Staff 4: Spanish Club 1. Officer l: Electronics l.2.3: MC at Halloween Coronation 4: Contest Play 4. LA JEAN TIMMONS FTA 2.4: FHA 1.2: Vespa 3.4. Officer 4: Basket- ball 3.4: Ensemble 1.4: Class Officer 3: Class Favorite 4: Entered from Levelland Sophomore Year. ,ww X 'vs 1 A--QW ,Q L LEON VANDERGRIFF Librarians 43 "T" Club 45 Football 4g Entered from Amarillo Junior Year, DAN VAUGHN Band l.2.3,4g Choir lg Basketball l,2g Foot- ball l,2g One-act Play 4. JOANN VAUGHN FTA 3,4g FHA 1,2,3g Librarians 2pTheSpiar1S 3 4g Band 1,2,3.4: Majorette 3,4g Ensemble 3.4, Junior Playg One-act Play 2g Office Staff 3,4. BETTY RUTH WATTS FHA 1,23 Vespa 1,2,3,4, Officer 43 Choir 45 Pep Squad 2,45 Cheerleader 1,3g Basketball 1, 2,3,4g Class Officer 35 Office Staff 2g Co- Captain Basketball 4g Miss Flame 4. They go to Bandera on the last senior mp JERRY WEAKS FFA 3: VIC 1,3,4, Officer 3,43 "T" Club 3,43 Pep Squad lg Football 2, 3. CALVIN WEISS FFA 1,23 VIC 3.4, Officer 4g Pep Squad 1,2g Basketball 1. PATSY WESLEY FHA 1,2.3g Librarians 1,2,4: Choir l,2,3. ELIZABETH WEST FHA 1,2,3g Band 1,2,3.4g one-am Play 2g Ensemble 3.4. ,fi'S"-I--aa. DOUG WILMUT One-act Play 4g Contest Play 4g Entered from Tom S. Lubbock, Senior Year. DON YOUNG FFA 1,2.3,4, Officer 2,4g Librarians 2.3.4, Officer 35 Thespians 3.4. Officer 45 Choir 1, Officer lg Annual staff 1,2,3g Student Coun- cil 1,2g One-act Play 2.3,4g Thespian Play 45 Librarians District President 3g FFA District President 4. Chapter Conducting Team 1, FFA State Convention 4. and graduate at last on May 28 The pleasant expression usually seen on Wilma O Danie1's face is replaced with one of determina- tion in this game with Dimmitt. in b1010gy Shorthand is like a foreign language to Pat Andrus EU18 101168 adds t0 her book report points with an and Barbara Love. oral report to Miss Hulsey CLASS OFFICERS DOIDRES POAGE - - FERN RAMSEY ---- GRANT CARRUTI-I - - LYNDA CAGLE - - - GAY FERGUSON - - KATEY ELLIS - - DONALD GALES ---- KENNETH LITTLEFIELD R. W. STEWART - - - MRS. DAVID BURGESS Parliamentarian - - - President Student Council - - - - Reporter - - - Secretary Student Council - - - Treasurer Vice President - - ---- Sponsor - - Sponsor JLLIILOTS FRANCES BERRY LOUIS BICE GERALDINE MELVIN BOZEMAN 95' 8 BOGGESS 09" DON BROOKS ws ELAINE BROWN 1-X QQ ' nv- 'Riff-fr At last they reach the rank of upperclassmen R6 ls QL, 6- y 15,5 'yi-J 1' FT' 'Q-9 17" LYNDA CAGLE ROBERT CARAWAY GRANT CARRUTH MARY CARTER PA UL COX ARLIS CULP 5' Q51 L3 in fn-V ' if .,-A 'X fr, A-s 'J K W 8 . if RICHARD DALLUGE GILBERT DAVIDSON GENE DRAKE HAROLD DUKE KAY EASTHAM THOMAS EDWARDS They are busy during the year earning money, CATHERINE ELLIFF KATEY ELLIS SUE EVANS GAY FERGUSON CAROL FLIPPO LEON FOSTER yr NELDA FRANKS rm Ui GAIL FREEMAN DONALD GALES X- .?" I TOM GARRISON CAROLYN GRIFFITH JERRY HAIR "v-5.- 3 S 4.x L 3 giving assembly programs, and selecting favorites 5--1---1 'S' .9-H 'IS EDITH HERRING JAMES HILL TOMMY HINKLE 'K , 'I' 'T 40' .TERRY HOODENPYLE CALVIN HUNT DAVID HUTTO f N211-r CLAUDE HYATT MARILYN IOBE PATSY JOHNSON CAROLYN JONES MITCHELL KIDD DONALD LANGSTON Highlights of the year are the play, "You Canal Take It With Youf KENNETH LITTLEFIELD FAYTHE LOVE JERRY LOVE JIMMY MCCLENDON DAN MCDANIEL BARBARA MONKS DON MORRIS PAUL MURRELL JAMES NEIL DELBERT NEWMAN JOHNNY NIX EDMOND PARSONS 'ii- if-'Aww fs:--1 R-. T f..,,f Abi'- """r Qyfzff ff' U Q H' and the Junior-Senior Banquet and Prom which is given to the Seniors fs A., E -ii vw" eng, --.A If DELORES POAGE BARBARA POTTER FERN RAMSEY DUANE RAPER IOSEPHINE ROCHA THELMA ROPER mf in F-19 ' fha Ez- 4 ik '1luu..Q 'oy :A -' YW'- Nlrwr 'YF LA VELDA ROSE SHIRLEY RULAND BETTY LU SCHULTE JERRY SHANNON INETTE SHELTON PATRICIA SIMS Firzallx' they measure for their senior r IUDY SORRENSON MARSHA SMITH DWIGHT STEVENS IERRY STURGESS ISAAC THOMPSON WA URAY NE WA LKER ings CHRIS WARD d"' fix fax, PEGGY WASHINGTON f-"f'i"' DONNA WILKINS Juniors pictured in their classes lr: 9 ep' wg, i 5 ui., Hr M..-4 Mm" I 1 I.. Iohnny Nix is being made up for a play in speech. wg These boys are deep in thought for an English panel discussion. Note the different hair styles. Y N 4, 'Kew The shop boys are hard at work helping build the bus building, 'N ""5.,R dl 3 R 7:i'va X is A? N9 W Y E V 5 C 1 1 '33 Lx S Q 4. y ,. , . , x wg .A 1 . Y, . . ,. 1 A, L V. Q ' ., , J '21 ,fl ' ' "i V if wr? ' . I. t k'. 'L 32,3 'VQKKV1-k..'la'. 4" JW Qfiii ffpjfm 1 -Q at .--:My 2 . -was pw., is ' .AQ x x uv 1 pf-gf,-.6223 4' kktxty rf 'AFS X . rx '5x'Xi-- ,-- X . ' 1,5 . ' F ' ' ' W1QQv-3x?K?f' ' ,Q-X. ,L fx 1 'Q X-A .Q .C A. -nf ,ua jpg ' , W 4 ' 0 ff' wx X 5 , ' 'Q -i N - f k?Mf'wiQfLL'a if U-1 1 ,. id ' QW' 'N-XM? . A kg.. ,bx , ,ZLL 1 ,' - 'ffl' V ,RAN 1 1' '4qQg,,.x 1 -1: .1 v , A.. A - 44 '-Q 5 4, X v W ', -..A.' Yvetta Appleton Charles Aycock Wallace Bacher Flo Barnes ffm Tommy Barnett Vance Bauer Ray Lynn Berry has -'Q 'G- Sue Sur ?b..r l Brooks fem fd? ,vl- Selenda Billington Mary Lou Bonds Carol Burns 4113 4t?"N7 Kenny Burrow Carol Butler Gloria Camp ,fx sand?- Q gf 'Bl' i'Kf"'T 'W' ...ff if 'EFNQ SYMP- Sf ,sw-pf'lHL Teddy Carruth Janice Cowan Theron Culwell Jimmy Cummings 'Q- Bill Goodwin Bobby I-lagler Betty Harman Barbara Harrison L Kay Evans Irlene Ferguson Jimmy Flowers Y! 'Wa ' 'gi ! Wayne Freeman Robert Gardner T""J Claudette Davis Judy Dawson Johnnie Jo Dean Doye Elkins Allen Glenn Alice Jean Goodman Tommy Goodman Linda Gamer A. C. George Q- x so Twila Haught Jeanette Hill Glenda Holman Marie Hutto K Cullen Jennings Duke Jennings W. O. Johnson 'N 'Qui' Byron Lewis R. L. Little K... Jane Marie Jones Nancy Keeling Q? 'Iv' 'Mn-ne...n WE -QQ r-4' fb,- 'lf 'T."'+ Olive Love Sherwood Love Sandra Mabry Q0- fi 'mlb Sb- L0 David Madura Ruth Miller Jana Morris fx STR' N-D ' ,A Thomas Mullins '-1 55' Leta Mae Simpson Elmer Snodgrass Edna Ann Thomas Loretta Timmons John Reeves Charles Newman Dennis Nix Jimmy Nunn Louise Orr Roger Osbome Von Dean Orwell Jo Ann Parker Patricia Pugh Glenda Shelby Calvin Shelton Nancy Shurbet Sue Reid Carolyn Sanderson -36 rv--. Sr' Jeanette Tucker J ay Vars Edd Vaughn Janice Vise 1 Q' if-HWSQ 'X Lynda Lu Waddill Bailey Ward Emily Ward Jeannie Weiss Keith White J. T. White QQ? ii' Th! Devorah Weiss Dora Weiss ,Jai '-40' Ka' .AN Louis West Billy Whitten Carol Woods X A CLASS OFFICERS KAREN SPRAWLS - - - - - - VICKI CULWELL - - NORMAN BURK - - LARRY DOUGLAS - - IANICE RECTOR - - - CAROLYN HALE - - - - JERRY VANDERGRIFT - - - - TOMMY CHILDRESS - - W. L. CLEVELAND - - MISS SHEILA MALONE - - BOBBY G. FINLEY - - - - -Vice President - - - - - Reporter - - Secretary - - - Treasurer Student Council Parliarnentarian Student Council - - - President - Sponsor - - Sponsor - Sponsor 1 tufglv-M L. ir .fi Freshmen Xffr px 'UQ- 1 aus , . T? ,sy A-...ff ,A--1 Judy Brasher Norman Burk Ellen Burnett Linda Caraway Fayetta Carothers Tommy Childress Don Clower Joyce Jean Cook Jo Nell Cosby Vicki Culwell Joe Dalluge Kenneth Daniel in., ,I ii' Mqf-.a-, Delores Anderson Donna Anderson Barbara Andrus Norma Andrus Yvonne Aplin Betty Bales Jean Barbour Jeanette Bice Jimmy Box Joyce Bozeman J. M. Bradley Lou Bradshaw Sidney Davis Jane Dean Billy Wayne Dick Marlene Dietrich Billy Doan Bobby Doan Larry Douglas Jerry Evans Melba Ewing Alta Foster Larry Fowler Robbie Gardner Q 'Y' .,,4u' Q17- 'cr' HU Marilyn Goodwine Linda Gould Jerald Grantham Carolyn Hale Judy Harman Carolyn l-lemdon Joy Hinkle Billy Holcomb Johnny Hoodenpyle Melvin Hooten Leland House Billy Hulsey 355 530 1-vu 4- 'S' F"- X M G. Kenneth Melton Sydney Mills Viola Montgomery Lewis Nolen Tommy Nuzum Kenneth Oliver Floydelle Pannell Orville Plunk Buzzy Poage Janice Rector Martha Ringo Lola Rocha Clark Jennings Marietta Jobe Wilbur Keeton Eddie Ketchum Sue Kimbell Gene Kinnaird Betsy Korselman Kay Krouch Wanda Loftin Sharon Love June McCain Brenda McGavock Roy Roper Nelda Rousseau Terrell Rucker Rosella Schulte Donna Smith Linda Sonnamaker Karen Sprawls Roberta Stanaland Larry Starnes Jerry Stout Dale Swinbum Jean Taylor "Ctr w.- 34" -Fi W an 'Q IU! O3 -are--r' M """'l G' iso if, Q' 4 Qu 'H' I g 5' Calvin White Larry Wakef1eld Earl Washmgton R6 Howard Trmmons James Tucker Jerry Vandergrrff Dor1s Vaught Freshmen Work and Play The morning devotion plays a vital part in . ,ix A starting the day off right, Mind the mixing and not the camera! O 0 E51 Mr. Bos1ey's math class uses its Z number sense to the greatest possible advantage, Marietta lobe assists Jerry Vandergriff with a problem, if O' ' -J ' iw 0 X , - E r '-'fa ' E, P, Elvis Poage, that is, entertains at Fish party. 2. , fr M hh 13 , iff L YJ Q "SW'6'.Q wat Sak! 'Z Q fs J Z nw "iff x Q ,ffigzf s as xxvv On 11,5 , 34" gl ,., ' iweay' vi l Wi' 5 t V - f Y .t t swf' -wwssa Q-.sr W 'W W Q ' if ,su :, , X , I X ftp:-1 QQ 5- . pl: qi., Hy Eff' 1' tj ' f " as assi "fs-ffwwsflf W wwf W" " ' Nw ' s f 'fl -f ,a , , fs' 9 '!Q'X'Sv3'l X' Q 'iw I V' '90, " ' s-Mwst ww "Mais Ns , fr "f 'f"" ,4,+v-Q-'Qs':M'W.t"N' ' WLM if 400255-bg stQxQs'O?soh X K wb I 5 sw. Y" sip, t wvs 004 .v X fzff ,. W' z'?6'f' 'I fa!! ,Za Q', 1, iii 7 f Qs f ,QQZ X X r 0'cfl,0 9639, r Q' QQ 42? 46 4 ,QV r p 1 f WW zo Q0 4 90 g' P9 Oo , jr 83' 27 bb vfv 90 I X X 'S KK 4 W '? 0.89 69' . gs' X 9 x syqlc sssto' fs" 0 Q ok' N' Gigi X Representrng the school the students partrcipate rn many commuruty actrvitres such as the fau and parade homecomrng dedrcation of the new high school fat stock shows and various programs The new high school plant adds spxce to the year s acuvmes The new library laboratones and classrooms g1ve mcentrve for better efforts Performing or listening in the b1g new audrto num IS an rnsprratron 1n rtself and there are many excellent student programs presented during the acnvrty pertods Even the out of class activmes seem bxgger and better For the fust time a Mrss Flame rs crowned to rergn over the b1g homecoming bonfrre Altogether rt rs a busy happy and profitable year if + Sg'f59v' XXX! xv Ja fswxssqysefky X " Wvffoj I 4 X Q -. .439 ,- ' 97" if YA t 917, Qs X me-J ,f 1 ,Q , 1 wg.- I - ff f Lf .1 4 -N ' ,gy 4113. 7.765 X- . . 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X VN 4: X',x X YK 'ff ,I R f, . X Y Classroom Activities Q fs For journalism students, Thursday means the arrival of the tear sheets. Speech students make good use of the auditorium Shop boys work on the new bus shed. Along with MACBETH comes projects. Jerry Dannecker, Wilma O'Daniel, Jim Goodwine, Wyatte and Terry Har- mon, Joan Vaughn, and Billy Lankford display their works of art. df Q if-Q-in Adding machine + work sheet 2 Gaye George in debt. f"' In art, Billy Chandler unknowingly designs the cover of the 1957 Hornet. The four aspects of English are speaking reading listening M3116 H0gg1I1S Pel'f01'mS 0116 of the and wmmg many duties of an office staff mem er Nts Physics and chemistry students enjoy the fine facilities of the Science Department Seniors work algebra problems on the blackboard For once Darrell Nelson seems to be making good use of his study hall. ,uf 53' 'S P gif Band is both fun and work. ..,,, - Sophomores take pride in their projects. f--QT 4. rf . we hun Q' Three buddmg sc1ent1sts expenment 1n b1010gy What an mteresung way to study Enghshl Wllh an earthworm The school year begins with the Board of Educatlon meeting to plan the activities for 1956 1957, I After senior registration, Dennis Love presents Amy Brasher and Evelyn Bonds with their class rings. Li e in TH cz Happy Experience The new high school teachers are elected and intro- duced to the pupils. LaQuita Noble learns to operate the new switchboard. , in The freshmen are introduced to their class sponsors and 1n1t1ated 1nto F H A and F F A 2 ar J' 44 Coach Stewart awards Billy Chandler and Leon Vandergriff the first Player of the Week certificates, bb The speech class begins preparing early in the year for its many assem bly programs. D I 3. I ' ffl f fx VC' Mrs Edgar Mills, president of the Parent Teachers Association, pre- sides at the first meeting, ite" i 9 r W fy S53 wr- , q,f,f..,M. , W...,,, fmmkfi R. is 51 1 i W 4 4' l D n -aj u we Q 1 . gf, f 3 1 ., 4 gf 5 N' H-is V 2' -gf? 5 - ' E 'L 2 gf' Q . 1 T5 , , 3 in u, 1 ,,f ..,- .V , I ' 1 ..t4 sw- . I-x 1 - 5' ffl . I " Yi Tiki A X W ig? E . ' 2 A 3 1 ' ff , ,,v. 'fr ,WV .,. ,, fi . X VA' My . 1 X 36' " ' I 5 ff A N A , A , X x A, V I , . X 4 v jf R , A - N I , , A 1 L I A 'G-h ygxi, '-v .Uv X : Q L, I I - ' 7 fi . X 'Y I KJ 1. . le 'A pf ,501 iw F, T,A, honors high school teachers during assembly. Members of the Student Council brighten the hall with a large Christ mas tree. Y The speech students enjoy exchanging gifts which add to the excitment of Christmas. Nqr 0 W2 ot A novel gift is naturally enjoyed by Charles Aycock while Alice and Tommy Goodman lead the group in games and songs. Second li Begins I Semester 5x K . 5 lt I N s x X I . 3 gs Jim Goodwine, Wyatte and Terry Harman examine invitations to Elizabeth Bartlett of Future Teachers serves Miss Bateman's room refreshments. Nelda Franks joins the switchboard staff at midterm. The Swing Band at work Naomi Purser and Nancy Nix enter Tulra High at midterm graduation. . io suflng time 50' mea 5 S. rw comfavs and sown 0 A fm: ' it J' LM axe! --WX M i I H? 3 X X X X' N J! , x -K: fb 1 , Q'-G as , ga Y 1 f ' X' L 554. H 'L If it - W Q iv W fn Si ,A Sweetheart Banquet Edith Herring, F,H.A, president, presents Elaine Brown does a chalk talk while Barbara Otwell Wyatte Harman, Pin-Up Boy, a gift. sings and Lynda Cagle plays "Walking in the Rain." The theme of the banquet, "Rain," is carried out by the servers, Nancy Pyeatt and Sue Camp- i N, bell rain coats Evelyn Bonds is mistress of ceremonies. Annie Beth Drake, is also presented with a gift The three award winners of the year are Janice Rector, out- by Gloria Camp. standing freshman homemaker, Wyatte Harman, Pin-Up Boy and Annie Beth Drake, outstanding F,H,A, member. At the annual Thespian Initiation Banquet. these new members Bill Lankford demonstrates the character- resent an im rom tu la concernin the murder of Grant istics that have made Elvis Presle famous. P P P P Y S Carruth. 5 g 5 1 If ' ' I S K . . if ' ' . 9 3, lg '34 A w y gt , X 5 f f... W ' K -1 ' 2 ' A W. Ji A . 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P, Mitchell, Sponsor Council k,vf QI' Elizabeth Bartlett atv ' Berniece Beckman ational Honor Society 5 Terry Harman Iennice Marks President Vice President 'VN Gaye George Gracelyn Hansen Annie Beth Drake Secretary Treasurer Reporter Ralph Stewart M11dred Hulsey Sponsor Sponsor l year of 1951 52 Members are chosen on character scholarship leadershzp and service To be ehgrble students must be Jumors or semors and have a B average rn all subjects The National Society has four Ob-ICCIIVCS to create an enthuszasrn for service to promote worthy leadership and to encourage the de velopment of character in students I he N N The Tulia Chapter of the National Honor Society of Secondary Schools was organized during the school Diane McDonald Wyatte Harman Sue Harris Larry Drake Evelyn Bonds Grant Carruth Terry Harman presides and Edith I-Ierrlng entertalns at the 1n1t1at1on banquet, QCQITN .gy-'gf HE utm ORNET s. let t This time, like all other a very good one, if we kn to do with if Emerson Congratulatnons to Darrc for the best back and Rlc luge for the best lmema week for the perrod of tl Lrttlefreld football game Drlve carefully and don t your rrtes Mrs Burgess asked Glen ell how he felt after hrs the stage durmg the Speec bly Tuesday October 16 Gl red never be agam If you re walkrng down and you hear funny talkm don t worry rts just the E classes recrtmg Macbeth The new Student Councrl rs Anme Beth Drake a se was elected by the stud Tuesday October 16 Cc tlons Anme Beth we know wrll do a fme Job Good Luck tc preparing ther Take It Wlth Y orricfKfl5UBL1cAfiiisi' OF' TULiXl131iGh llscriool. Tw' -WT TULlA, TEXAS Staff back row Annie Beth Drake, Gracelyn rell Geneva Chlldress Front row Sue Hams, man, Evelyn Bonds Carole Massey What My Hc Me rs the tltle Typewrrter Company Thrs contest, IS open to jumor hlgh and hlghl school students Anyone mterested m tryxng to wm money or a prrze contact Mrs J W Adams Prmcrpal Qto boy bemg expelled from schoolj Heres your lrfetrme pass to play Hookey School Sprrrtl Exclusrve Mrs Grace Scott presrdent of the Assoclatron vs the local unlt 1 T S T A m Tuesday O was entrtlec' ganrzatron of Amendn aker at I at th ab e se anc sc to your Hlgh Sr 'Ulu Edltor Gfiq fp O '31 staf- Assnston Iyn Hansen togl'-ipher t Photo Edltor Hot 3 es of a theme for the both the 7th and Sth grade teams play nv Lxttlefleld won both games The 8th grade score was 43 13 lar ry Sturgess ran 05 yards to make the frrst touchdown and at thc last mmute of the game Bobby Howard made another touchdown The sev enth grade score was 25 6 Paul Car away ran 60 yards to make thelr only touchdown 8 A IS havmg nts flrst science experrment rn Mr Goodwm s class The freshman won the basketball game played wrth the 8th grade moved much rn the a png fteen rrbbons and rlbbons Thursday Weldon Myers has They wrll mlss Weldon very had a lot of entrres ' vttlefreld entered I Sports Edntor net phot plctllre of n I Wee Wosp Edator ogfipher o Chuldress Dobber s Dun Edltor e Beckman Feature Edltor role Massey Reporters Anme Beth Drake Jenmce Marks Inelmo Roper Dwom Glenn Terry Harman WART'S JELINES regulatrons govermng Puha Hlgh School are interscholastic League slon of the State of en people wonder why n thlngs as we do rn en generally we are by rules from the Lea l when we can begm ce m the fall and when our frrst game W ormg trammg We are y games we can play before play offs begm ll we are told when lnter school play many games we n our last games Can Can nd baseball rules We mav begm each of please The are Hansen, Terry Harman, Dennis Love, Della Mur or baseball Thelma Roper Jenmce Marks Bernrece Beck le' of PlaY lhas a srster Bertha who IS ln the Vary seventh grade this year Ellzabeth IS the secretary of Future Teaft W of Amerrca and IS studymg ts venth grade math Sh l member of the pe works rn the offlce to attend college a Chemlcal or Bus l Della Lynn ll Tuha and IS and Mrs J two brothers T A and the se people m two-faced attend North major tn your Ehzabeth W vas bc s rother fT H S who lS tw who rs often s X Bartlett and Delra tlett ant lay mormng Mr Mntm came mg to school two perrods late mg tzred and worn You see Mr tm had become the father of a lncrng baby grrl at four thnrty rt mormng Phe baby whom they named Marla ay wexghed elght pounds and one ralf ounces Papa Martm before the baby was born declared that rf HE werghed over erght pounds HE was gorng to wear a football unrform So dont be surprrsed rf you see Marla Kay stuted out rn football unlforms Tennls IS players also In all sports students must be dnt courses Two vearly basrs "' 'W' ave pass emes -li AVC y by ral rules rn t not have re I llke to fun amunu I c valued over S15 rn Della Murrell and Evelyn Bonds, assrstant Jr Cough ednors, Sue Harris, edrtor VAU ll UI LIICDC LUICD gCUElally makes a student mehgrble for a year and the schools suspensron from that sport for one year Other phases of sports rn whlch the League sets forth regulatlons ls the conduct of players coaches and fans at games Abusrve language by the players or coaches or unsports man lrke conduct of any kmd at games may cause a school to be suspended Also abuse of offrclals r I by fans or demonstratxons by fans' Iagalnst offrcrals may cause school I suspensuon MT. 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Wauravne While - storm v Journalism class looks At half-unrc was ul: yncacuuluuu of the mascot which was given to the supporters ot' the Golden Sandies by the AHS cheerleaders during the pep rally. The box contained the mascot was very large and had a ribbon around it. On the side was "DO NOT OPEN UNTIL GAME I- -.-n over tear sheets of weekly school paper. zne' is visiting their class. She will ob- serve their progress for two weeks. They have twenty five pupils en- rolled. The class of 2D had a visitor Wed- nesday that they enjoyed very much. She wore a black silk coat and her name was Betsy. I sl l Nnlnln- llnrile Announce I O nhons cs, co-editors ot' the 1957 annual staff positions inual are Charles Aycock charge of the ad layouts. nizations sections. Help- elyn Bonds. activities section will he done Harris and Diane McDonald. O'Daniel will be editor ot' vorites section. Carolyn Jones letty Bates are working with lassroom activities will be tak- by Annie Beth Drake and Glenn. the sports will be done by Love and Terry Harman. 'e Beckman and C'i"s"s CU' will lay out the more Class pages and Carole Mas e Junior and Fre ual photographer V. Swinburn ,WM n Texas Ass n " Svinburn Sue Harris, editor, looks forward to a major 5 071 a 1311011 I in journalism at Texas Tech. study and about 400,000 members in the Nation. There are 30,000 members in Texas. The Tulia chapter was organized in 1930 and now has 95 members. There are several contests in which FFA members meet each year. Each 4 year there are honor awards and scholarships awardd to FFA mem- I bers. The VIC club was founded in 1952 for boys who were interested in vo- cational industries. They study build- Texas spent Satrday and Suni where the committet plans for presenting crease proposal to tl Legislature. Mrs. Grace Scott 2 the meeting. Mr. Swinburn also sp in Dallas attending the ing of the Southern A Colleges and Secondary theme of the meeting tion in an Expandi' Mrs. David G. Wells were Two Sem Players C This year t started giving best players being done t- school spirit. assembly Coat Billy Chandler certificates fo the week wlf the Memphis night at Memj Leon Vande lineman for t Friday night, senior. He moi last year. Wh man he play' Deer and becz not play ball Leon? ' Q 1 j Twent Credits Required for Tulia I Graduates of 1960 onds deer ssion for Me" lyn Bonds at Teachers of ieeting, Nov- as State Col- 1 i 4 i it l it to represent est held here ers were Fern :eg LaQuita nd Gracelyn Seven other on this poke Marks, J oan l l 1 A change in requirement for high school graduation was announced by Superintendent W. V. Swinburn during the first assembly last week. "Those who enter college with the most credits or units make the best grades," said Mr. Swinburn, The Texas Education Agency has recently raised the number of re- quired units for high school grad- uates. By 1961 all public high schools will be requiring the students to have 20 units for graduation. In T. H. S. the plan is to increase the requirements one credit each year until the credits are required. In 1958 eighteen units will be required. In 1959 nineteen units will be re- quired and in 1960 twenty units shall be required. The students also discovered they were only a minute number of the 41 million students to enroll in pub- lic schools this fall. In the next ten b uv H . 'Y a Mrs. Ruth W. Adams, advisor, checks Wee Was fr are Eng IYIIQUSQ story with Geneva Childress. F. of this outstanding lineman, operates ZefQgzaC'lI"I:l3Ze'2 "iZiier:"S2r'gpkm"Nj"'r' ' . CHD i 1 of '1 Delia Murrell, Evelyn Bonds, Geneva Childress, Berniece Beckman check late edition of the Tulia Hornet. ,J Future H omemakers .xx is 'F a First row: E. Herring, C. Griffith, K. Evans, M. Carter. I. Sorrenson, T. Roper, A. Goodman, J. Vise, I. Dawson. Second row, S. Brooks, I. Cowan, P. Johnson, S. Billington, D. Weiss, C. Burns, E. Brown, B. Har- man, E. Ward, G. Holman. Third row: I. Dean, C. Davis, N. Shurbet, J. Haile, G. Camp, L. Box, C. Jones L. Rose, A. Culp, I, Ferguson, C. Wood. Fourth row: M. Bonds. J. Jones, Y. Appleton, O. Love, P. Pugh, N. Keeling, S. Reid. L. Garner, A. Drake, G. Hansen, L. Waddill. Fifth row: C. Butler, G. Shelby, D. Weiss, N. Franks, I. Shelton, C. Flippo, C. Elliff, M. Jobe, K. Eastham, G. Boggess, B. Schulte. Nancy Shurbet, secretary, Janice Cowan, historian, Alice J. Good- Edith Herring man, song leader, Edith Herring, president, F1oyde11e Pannell, Ser- F,H,A, president geant-at-arms, Second row, Emily Ward, pianist, Arlis Culp, par- liamentarian, Gloria Camp, treasurer, Judy Dawson, vice president. Third row, Evelyn Bonds, reporter, Jean Barbour, sergeant-at-arms. tf K First row: J. Brasher, J. Harman, J. Rector, M. Goodwine, K. Sprawls, C. Hale, J. Barbour, E. Burnett, J. Marks. Second row: L. Bradshaw, F. Carruthers, J. Smith, K. Crouch, R. Stanaland, N. Andrus, B. Andrus, D. Murrell, B. Otwell. Third row: J. Hoodenpyle, W. Loftin, J. Dean, D. Anderson, D. Anderson, Y. Alpin, L. Sonnemaker, J. Bozeman, S. Mills. Fourth row: M. Hoggins, L. Rocha, C. Herndon, F. Pannell, R. Shulte N. Rousseau, B. McGavock, V. Montgomery. J. McCain. Fifth row: D. Vaught, A. Foster, P. Reagon, J, Bice D. Smith, M. lobe, S. Kimbell, R. Bewley, G. George. Y" T -4 Kp 0 fa 4.r'.,5' .S 'ff W nfs gl Q . MRS, EDWARDS - F,H,A. sponsor MRS, BARNETT - F.H,A. Sponsor Annie Beth Drake is elected outstanding homemaker of the year. F H. A. Snaps Who hid under the hat? F,H,A, club members present assembly program Qg ' What? Teachers studying? nl Janice Rector - Outstanding freshman homemaker. 'Qtr "' is VN 11 1. C. Club A .:.. ' zf 'S at 4. 5 , wg if .. .,,. 1. , r uwq. at 1, , N an ffm? l ' r-2 JI" Front row: Doug Wilmut, Finnis Cole, Robert Johnson, James Neil, W. O. Johnson, James Montgomery, Second row: Maynard Johnson, Melvin Bozeman, Forrest Lacey, Isacc Thompson, Jerry Dannecker, Wendell Peddy, Genaro Verver, Back row: Thoran Avent, Jerry Weaks, Calvin Weiss, Arnold Estes, Thomas Edwards, Donald Landston, Walter Anderson, and Mr. Patton, sponsor, ,I-A , if xv. . 5,4 J' L FERN RAMSEY Sweetheart Officers: Mr. Patton, sponsor, Finnis Cole, president, Calvin Weiss, vice president, Jerry Weaks, treasurer, Isacc Thompson, sergeant-at-arms, Tommy Edwards, reporter, Walter Anderson, secretary. wassup- -..-...............,. Officers: Terry Harman, sentinel, Don Young, reporter, Dennis Love, vice president, O. V. Barker, advisor, Wyatte Harman, president, Weldon Mansfield, advisor, Teddy Carruth, Q 4 secretary, Jim Pollard, treasurer. O F V7 -,,,qW-' :sa Future Farmers 0 America Don Young, president Plainview District fi, First row: I, Nix, G. Myers, T, Barnett, W. Bacher, K. Billington, C, Shelton, T. Mullins, J. Cummings, R, Dickens, B, Hagler. Second row: D. Gales, J. Pollard, D. Young, D, Love, P. Murrell, J. Shannon, C. Newman, C. Aycock, T, Culwell, B, Whitten, Weldon Mansfield, Advisor. Third row: S. Love, R, Caraway, D, Brooks, I. Sturgess, W, Freeman, R. Gardner, T. Carruth, D. Madura, K, White, J, Vars, V, Bauer. Fourth row:B, Chandler, T. Harman, V. Otwell, D, Langston, N. Freeman, J, Ketchum, L. Rawls, I, Reeves, D. Vickers, A C George Fifth row- W Harman D Jennings I Pettiet T Avent E Snod ass T Garrison Hoode -- - -- .- ,- .. .. gf.. ,L npyle M, Kidd, L. Bice, T, Hinkle, r 1 . ---m-- Thoran Avent takes much pride in preparing "' F' S' sg A T . f-he - f K his steers for the show, Preparations are being made by Jimmy Cummings for the annual fat stock show, I fi 1 X P-T10 via. .Z 1' 5, ' 5 Qt G , , N Ao4?Xlf'AA1' X Here we find some of the F,F.A. Q'-i QQ boys building more pens for their QICTNK9 projects, o ,av Af A? i ix, First row R DeVo11 M Hooten B Holcomb L Wakefield T Rucker J Stout J Hoodenpyle B Poage Second row B Dick S Davis H Timmons, D Swrnburn C White L House I Mars, C Ammons J Dalluge Third row W Mansfield Advisor J Box R Roper L Fowler I Evans J Hay I Mason G Kinser D. Dillard, Fourth row. B. Eastham, E, Ketchum, G. Grantham D White I Vandergrrff I M Bradley E Washington, R, Berry, O. V. Barker, Advisor, -Q N4-1 -X B, Bales, Y, Appleton, O, Love First row: E, Bonds, A, Culp, E, Brown, W, Walker, P, Pugh, N. Keeling, I, Morris, A. Drake, J. Marks, J. Jones. Second row: C. Burns, E. Herring, B, Beckman, G, Childress, L. Rose, W. Loftin, I. Dean, C. Massey, P, Johnson, C. Jones. Third row: L. Noble, S. Billington, E, Bartlett, D, Murrell, G, Hansen, G, Shelby, R, Hopper, D. McDonald, D. Hutto, J, McC1endon, T. Childress, J, Tucker. f ra Miss Mildred Hulsey, F,T,A. sponsor Fern Ramsey, Distfict IX President Edith Herring and LaQuita Noble, song leadersg Jennice Marks, treasurerg Elizabeth Bartlett, secretaryg Delia Murrell, vice president, Evelyn Bonds, president, Elaine Brown, historian: Glenda Shelby, LaVe1da Rose, li- brariansg Diane McDonald, reporter, Rita Hooper, parliamentarian. -A Future Teachers 0 Amenca lzlfe F356 L PTO 6 'lfffff Educ 056 8115- Fature Farmers eefs Gowmment Y 5 C first' Medi SSLOTLS Of Lcwls TU CQ! P SGW' F0 awd j2S'9l0fls New QW' mm Re QMS W Nh Offers Teachers train, those in all vocations Thespicm Troop 770 I ww' W Ne H, G, Wells, Sponsor ' EXW' ' F 1, A '53, gg ,gig ff r is , h , ,,,,kV Officers: Wyatt Harman, vice presidentg 'V v ff 1 ggr p Don Young, president, Gracelyn Hansen, 1 J is ' " e , reporter, Jennice Marks, secretary -treasurer at , 1 1 ,,, - I d 3 I ft 4 N X, ,f Ar! R 7 Evelyn Bonds and Sue Harris read plays to find one suitable for the troupe, 5 ts x Jenni-Ce Marks learns to observe acting Elizabeth Baftlett WOl'kS OH the techniques as student director- that get 3 house for the play. E 2 Q hz l Annie Beth Drake discovers that much depends Billy' I-3Ukf0l'd Works with the lighting, a on the properties manager. very important phase of the fmal production si 'T ur-Q 'Lv aj? file ggli 'fn ,M 'lib '18- ,.... . Jennice Marks Jim Goodwine Evelyn Bonds Jim Pollard Diane McDonald Arthur Smith Joann Vaughn can ,K-,Vs , Thirteen new Thespians are initiated Sue Harris Gracelyn Hansen Kenneth Aldridge Annie Beth Drake Don Young LaQuita Noble Wyatte Harman NS.. li ws. IIN' -1 r ,oi -v" to 1'7" First row: B, Otwell, C, Elliff, G. George, S. Harris, I, Ferguson, B. Love, J. Bozeman, B, McGavock, G, Ferguson, K. Evans, C. Griffith, S. Brooks, I, McCain, A. Brasher, S. Mills. Second row: C. Hale, F, Pannell J. Barbour, I, 1-loodenpyle, C, Wood, P. Wesley, C. Love, J. Harman. Third row: G. Camp, C, Filppo, C, Davis, K, Eastham, I. Cowan, V. Montgomery, F. Barnes, J, Sorrenson, L. Cagle, I. Dawson, B. Harman, E. Ward, K, Sprawls, M, Goodwine, J, Tucker, R, Schulte. Fourth row: D. Young, G. Davidson, D, McDaniel, I, Goodwine, J, Hill, C, Jennings, D. Morris, L, Waddill, J. Rector, N, Shurbet, E. Thomas. Librarians ' Club -if gif Gay Ferguson Local President Mrs S C Scott Sponsor Officers S. Harris, reporter: I. Dawson, secretary: G. Ferguson, :xx 2 flrjfI!.iN!3T' 5,41 I F 4. ll JMX -A N4 xy gf -' :EL presidentg C, Griffith, vice president, B. Harman, treasurer. Second row: C, Jennings and N. Shurber, parliamentarians: A. Brasher, historian: P, Nuzum, social chairman, Gay Ferguson presides at the T,A. L.A. district meeting held in Tulia. K. Eastham, C. Flippo, G. Ferguson, C. Davis, C, Jennings, C. Griffith, S, Kimble, I, Rector, E. Burnett, I, Taylor. Library Assistants gg il G. Camp, S, Mills, C. Love, I, Ferguson, C, Burns, S, Billington, G, George, V, Montgomery. I. McCain, A. Brasher, J, Cowan, B, McGavock, Concert Band 'z 5 5 9 if it Eggs, W .3,, rg- , rs,, r , . 1 r . W 1 'L ri 4 ' I M-Q A W EXW., Q . 3 4 I A ,. . . . , Y M -- fr , 3 3 rw 4 , A , 5 A r., 4 . 5 V I r 1 7' First row: I. Dawson, I. Vaughn, I, Rector, B, Bales, J. Harman, R. Gardner, R. Schulte, K. Sprawls, N. Shurbet, D. McDonald, A. Smith. Second row: L. Rose, A. Goodman, G. Hansen, L. Waddill, G. Holman, B. Harman, I. Evans, I. Musick, S. Vise, M. Goodwine, T, Childress, E. Ward, S. Mills, I, Brasher, R, L. Little, S. Brooks, L. Timmons, L. Noble, Third row: I. Cosby, I. Hinkle, F, Pannell, B. Doan, D. Swinburn, M. Hooten, C. Herndon, I. Cowan, E, West, M. Deitrich, A. Drake, T. Carruth, I. Viss, B. Goodwin, D. Glenn, B. Doan, R. Osborn, C. Jennings, L, Douglas, B. Koerselman, A. Glenn, G, Carruth, Fourth row: G. George, I. Tucker, L. Gould, C. Hale, F. Bozeman, E. Snodgrass, C. Aycock, J. Vars, D. Vaughn, C. White, L, House, J. McClendon, E. Vaughn, T. Roper, L. Starnes, B. Ward, K, Evans, P. Nuzum, C. Davis, B. McGavock, J. Tucker, Fifth row: T, Goodman, J. Love, V. Bauer. Majorettes DIANE MCDONALD IANICE RECTOR IOANN VAUGHN IAN ICE COWAN GAYE GEORGE Band students enjoy exchangmg gifts at Chrlstmas time, ALICE GOODMAN Drum Majvf LAQUITA NOBLE awe' Band and choir members travel to Dallas to perform at the State Fai: of Texas -7 m qguau-an-L, mfskvfla' " ',F'M'2'! 1WNf ri. 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V, w i A J it' A A --M mwfwmqahym 'ini' jf '5f,!,s54.aauw:-iffy saw A 5 4 l Y Marching Band 5 Students chosen for the first Rank of the Week award are LaVe1da Rose, Joy Hinkle, Judy Harman, Joyce Aunstate Band Winners are Judy Dawson Bozeman, Thelma Roper, Carolyn Hale, and Linda Gould. and Grant Carruth, Tulia High School Choir v . L A . l Y .4 q--4. U Hard work preceded the winning a place in the All- State choir by Arthur Smith, Janice Vise, and Alice Jean Goodman. Alternates are Irma Langford and Cullen Jennings. Choir Activities 11, The four boys in the choir, Cullen Jennings, Larry Starnes, Arthur Smith, and Paul Cox, worked especially hard to be heard above the 41 voices of the girls. la.. Officers of the choir are: Sue Harris, reporterg Delia Murrell, secretary -treas- urerg Norma Andrus, librariang Cullen Jennings, vice presidentg Donna Smith, librarian, and Barbara Orwell, president ra, Electronics Club i R, W, Davidson, Sponsor Officers: Mike Pugh, Treasurer, Jimmy Ketchum, Sergeant-at-armsg Glenn Caraway, President, Larry Drake, Historiang Kenneth Aldridge, Vice President Left to right Mr Davidson Mike Pugh Glenn Caraway Jimmy Ketchum R L Little Kenneth Aldridge Bobby Doan Cullen Jennings Don Clower Tommy Goodman Roger Osborn Ed Vaughn Jerry Shannon Switchboard Operators 1, uf- 4 'Q Barbara Love Dora We1ss Arhs Culp W11ma Lou O Damel Thelma Roper LaQu1ta Noble Wilma O'Daniel La Jean Timmons Vice President if OFFICERS: Fern Ramsey, historiang Wilma O'Daniel, secretary -treasurer Marsha Smith, historiang Betty Watts, president, Marsha Smith Katey Ellis Ben W tt President ,ir I pqn IU! f4""' 'WV "TH Club To become a member of the "T" Club, athletes must have lettered in one or more Billy Chandler, president sports, Wayne Martin, sponsor R, W, Stewart, sponsor Dub Cleveland, sponsor Mike Pugh Dennis Love Byron Lewis Jay Vars Jimmy Ketchum cami' li My Tr' N- C I Ro Delbert Newman Charles Newman Teddy Carruth Leon Vandergriff Richard Dalluge Donald Gales gl? 'S f 'Q-""' -we-, 1 N Q..,,.,..J' '20- 63,14 Y-r rgff- 'Y' i li! if s 'iflns-.' if '58 in Harold Butler Chris Finch Kenneth Aldridge Chris Ward Vice President Secretary 'T'rcasurPr llmtncez' . N I, fr 'X i - fkf A f 1 FX 'Zi 4' ,. ., it ki' ,px 1 , r A se" .-' I E 'R fgf t 1 ere D 14 y ' r..r, P ' t is it fi E' S- feerr me -I f tix, X gait f i l,f,,,, QA ahh , VV I Jimmy McC1endon Jerry Weaks Darrell Nelson Jim Pollard Norman Freeman Keith White +- Q12 "inf raid Forrest Lacey Claude Hyatt David Madura Paul Cox David Vickers Kirby Culp yx pos 'Y My-, Qu- 9'-D1 5626-L M ary Burgess, sponsor Cheer Leaders I A Wilma O'Danie1, senior Head Cheer leader. Sue Harris' Senior Marsha Smith, junior Delores Poage, junior. . ii Vx... ,jf 4-,,,,,-.1..., -sr .. Loretta Timmons , sophomore Z 4 Let's give one BIG fight! .9 n .LL , ir' W n J :E Roberta Stanaland , freshman S 9. .55 it all 124 We-abr -f- .- M 5 fi 125 .5 is Pep Squad First row: N. Keeling, B. Andrus, Y. Appleton, S. Love, B. Schulte, J. Smith. J. Cook, M. Ewing. J. Taylor O. Love, M. Bonds. Second row: E. Herring, W. Loftin, L. Caraway, S. Kimbell, I. Lankford, D. Vaught, G. Childress, E. Brown, P. Pugh. J. Morris. Pat Nuzum and the "Little Donkey" qMonte Gardnery add to the spirit of the school by participating in the pep rally. Cheerleaders of the pep squad arezleft to right: Roberta Stanaland, Delores Poage, Marsha Smith Loretta Timmons, Sue Harris, and Wilma Lou O'Danie1. Work on the annual begins early in the summer months for co-edi- tors LaQuita Noble and Jennice Marks. Annual Staff Mrs. C. P. Mitchell and Mrs. Ruth W. Adams are doing one of the many duties of annual staff advisors. Business managers, Jim Goodwine and Charles Ay- Many hours Of hard W0fk and Plamliflg are required cock, work diligently in handling the finances of of PM NUZUH1 as adVerIiSeH16HI editor. the annual. X , S. Gracelyn Hansen and Larry Drake discuss one of the many problems which they encounter as being an- nual staff photographers. Q f 'V' David Jones, advertisement photo- grapher, spends many hours taking and developing ad pictures. Hard working artists like Elaine Brown are essential to the mak- Es'-' LA ing of an annual. Iennice Marks and Gracelyn U' Hansen work on Thespian pages XS' g during the semester holidays, ,..r ' 2' '51 for the annual staff had a dead- Hard working annual staff members, like LaVelda Rose, spend many tiring hours in preparing the annual for the publisher. line to meet. ii? f-'-f-- b .",'1,W,. .- v v 'vw 1' ' ' inf' ' .W . H -' -4 ,fswm'1's. '-em' W'4'6 ""'W"'5' W ' X' 'X-. ,-' N , I mx 3 N. '3 n , Q ,,.'0 v"',"! s I , sf s Ng. , we !+. argon Ms, 1,5 'XSQXXN ' ' N ef .: i, . an I' of 'lr x:x..jUi . .I Q15"xX's5'Qx9s' 'ZQQQV' ' " Q X' 0" 4. I fe' 'Y 2 X 0' :Yay , af 4' 7' Wi' I f f sf 0 f 9 7' :W I f ff -efwg ,421 'ggffzigfoqf I 1 O', tg? A949 f O N! 1 1' 0 J x 19' ' I 7 'Zo' X 'UW rw If 0 x ?'o2'-5' I I QQQ 10' 00 W' ef? 0,3 ' 9 oo f 40 2'2- Q 7 of 9 40 X H? K 0 0 I x X 0? N ,vo Zh' s, gp' Q.. Xp 9 X 5. . elfl 5 Wr- 'fz E 1 - x "?':f5:?X 1 A X wx Q Q' X tl Sv? Q35 'K ' 0' .tx X W r S- ' xg ix Warmth kmdness dependabrlrty and vrtahty are personahty characterrsucs that are magnetlc The possessors of such admuable trans tend to be come the favored ones among the students They are elevated by popular acclalm rnto posmons of honor and respons1b111ty Then presence 1n Tu11a Hrgh School has been an mspuatron and a Joy ln the da11y routme school hfe s X Q s V A9 S' 'ages ,931 X y I x5 56,3 0' 01 fall X Q gi xx.: ' ,r' , V ' .' f ,l'P4Qaj-2113 7" x . 1' ,A .,,, h ' ,Rf F ,f li: If If K X- .5 .A Q. t p . . . . . ' 'f 403- 1 ,' fl . ' ' '.,f" j fl , ' G ' . g 'fflz .K-X SC 5' X . . mf Wir ' ,ll 60, L L. 5. IQ.. fs x N Y , tl ,Zi Vu rf, fy' , V - ,f- ,XII . . . . r g p 4 I , U I. . .. I p ' . I .i lx 5 ' ' ,f . . . . fo 'i-if , . . . . . . if -t Of 9 , V f Q n XX-s-X , ? NX 1 , .5 - f 3,3 ag' xii ' , " 25 4551, "1 7 5,1 ?BQx 9 . f .K X ,- fo 1-' -X an 1 E25 u t ? 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MARILYN IOBE GAYE GEORGE ANNIE BETH DRAKE DARRELL NELSON Q-.,' 1155? , 3 HAROLD BUTLER WYATTE HARMAN DENNIS LOVE Axes amyak :,X FERN RAMSEY -Q-5 W"""1ur FAYTHE LOVE BRENDA MCGAVOCK 44' VICKIE CULWELL Wm! 4sf, lv Q' nv- Feotball Ba Sketball BETTY HARMON TWILA HAUGHT Nr' xv. ea' '51 h fi, M GLENN CARAWAY LA JEAN TIMMONS Senior Favorites CLAUDE HYATT FRANCES BERRY fumor Fcworztes I s 1 511255 'ii 'W 1 I , 'vm 5 A 5 P. 'Ex- LAQUITA NOBLE For her leadershrp rn speech actrvr tres and drlrgent work as co edrtor of the Hornet IENNICE MARKS For her outstandrng abrhty rn Journal rsm academrc achrevements and servrce as co edrtor of the Hornet ,,.---' FA! LARRY DRAKE For hrs scho lasuc abrhry and farrhfulness as annual photographer WILMA O DANIEL For her athletrc abrlrry and sports manshrp as co captarn of the baskerba11 ream Amar PAUL COX For the f1ne work he has done as Pres1dent of the Student Councll GAY FERGUSON ror her capable leadershtp of the Lxbranans Club FERN RAMSEY For her lead ersh1p as pres1dent of d1str1ct F T A and of the Jumor Class GRANT CARRUTH For the asset he has been to the band as 1ts presxdent and for ratmg A11 State Band ftrst alternate 3 'ir it H v Y n Y v"F V Yyvii, .,,yi!SFi,l. qavgalv ' ? ,yj.5 sk' My tt l ' f .Wg3'g?S'e.a?16"+2'1'Q'iXM-56341 Q ' 4 N UW a. . ss ' . as gy... N exvyx QA K y bg sg s sqq yy If I ill'-Ok, if 5 sq , y X7 'nf 0 wg? ,'QNQa49z'w L .te if I W. .x Q fir v ias-" pi x X 1 154 xf X10 ' sf?'f'!'? 53522 GWR! :fb af?-Q, 9. 6 3'-T 0 fa' aa Q Ml K Q9-'viz f f r 1 ' I 99 40 1 ' x X ff 0 2 I 'Q 4' I ef 9 .Q 25 'N 'X W -P 3 Q ,Q Q. . 58.9 in 'B' was 'rs X we N S I 1, 3, QA fhtefifg 'QNX ff WWW The heart of a school s extracrrrrcular actrvmes IS the athletrc program It provtdes for the development of physxcal ab1l1t1es alert ness and a sense of farr play Moreover athletrc compeutron glves rmpetus and 1nsp1rat1on to many school act1v1t1es such as the band the pep squad the art class and the school paper Students who d1sc1pl1ne and tram themselves for competmve sports add stature to theu school be they wxnners or losers The followmg athletes have on many occaslons earned the hopes and best W1SheS of the entrre student body as they performed on the play mg freld School X1 .?,:34b'6lf lr, x Am, Ns ,X X , 5 N 1 f' .,.Q.9:,", I, V-ly.--, -, f xsg'ffag'n', . - 'f FX , 4 3'5" f N' X, . of, A , . 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Q .fl xx' ss..-s?j7lj'.?:'y Vxxsx X X' -:j.f6,,.IQQx-j, s I OI, on VX xx ' 5 W?" 691 W W' M N ff ff . 2 I ' , f R A W.-sf' My f . ,,.f,,fa,A41SfZ'eI'ix'2M 'wiv .WA t woo . :f'5'QL'Sf" lv' 5 ,ff . :Q 1.M:9W ' F. www Q vm- z M .J 31 a ff V1 X- J Wywf 4' X Xa I M - Mf- ifx if wt ' Co-Captains DARRELL NELSON and KENNETH ALDRIDGE Coaches Coach WAYNE MARTIN R. W, STEWART and W L CLEVELAND 5. l 2 m - fi - .Q .N i 4 'A 1 :rz hp A L B .Q my .K ... Y Z ---M , 1 Vfz .4--A if i ' ll Managers Billy Hulsey and Clark Jennings Coaches Bobby Finley and Bill Phillips f...M,..W. .. W, 53' .J a att, M,t.M'.?"3"""" ' ,J-L.: ,K 1, "'b91!" KENNETH ALDRIDGE BILLY CHANDLER JIMMY KETCHUM Tackle Back Tackle Tulia Hornets stop Abernathy Antelopes after short gain. Final score: 27-'7 for Aber- nathy, HM POLLARD HAROLD BUTLER LEON VANDERGRIFF Guard Back Center 7 4 he ah 'Nt Q. , S" 1 1"w.,",mguf 5 K' Y V NORMAN FREEMAN End L WN V 'vat H4 A 'F' -. 1, V "f':'vQQf1,"9"' A "T , , Yg.i:.ra wr- A . .ggi , -,-4 V'm.,.p-,- 5 I , R " ' '- if ' 2 vi dx. 1 N 'T it A J' 3 Q Q , .1 ' A Riu, T ' -as P' ff ' mr A' ' T7 .gi .thai .P 7-li 1, 5- ..-1 - 4' , W' 'if ' 'L ,T 4, I 'mi ,,k Q gig Y , . 1 . . 1 I" fr? , f V 'L , ' - .ye " 7 s' , . -.A " '- wiki .,-ff fx ,, ,M :QQ f A .- '-1 F dvyga. t. 7, -, Q, .5 ' J.. E- s-W ' ffrfn'-A , TQ T -. , . xi fe, , .f-- A A . .T 4. . ,SMR ,t,.h52 'rt yi. .Hart , he T? . We .sf if .., A-f wwf! , A me-,ff nfl, if A 1 .4 .. A, f .-.,rR2gg,, 5 31,7 wr ,4 ,Lia . , . . r . .. , ,a Jef www x' wr .fa-Ing' yibr f 5 X, is I V u W .5 R-pt.. 3, f .1 md vw-rv 'P 2' 51553 H Qs e uf 5, . - .3 A In A 'r 'Z-4. 505' DARRELL NELSON Back CLA UDE HYATT Guard CHRIS FINCH Back KIRBY CULP End The Tulia Hornets played a better game against the Lockney Longhorns than the score, 20-0, indicates RICHARD DA LLUGE Tackle it Lau 4'5- V .-i1U9!9F7? 4419? K 9' " f. ' Q ' lg' , ,, 'A' ,,- ' . r TEDDY CARRUTH PAUL COX DAVID HUTTO Guard Back Tackle Jxmmy McC1endon rambles agamst the Muleshoe Mules The game ends, 24-12 for Muleshoe, DAVID VICKERS Tackle - X R 5 - TA '. '-Lxq.. ',.-,. , 1+-PE' 'MV V,',,q 5,56 'Ni 'FH I . vi ..,f-, . IL . W Q-, fg , I .9 , ve, , , lu .-' rw' Lf ' .5 gg-W Q, HW k jx, ' l.Q7f,.,,ff,,' 4, Vasu, . I ml, ff' KEITH WHITE CHRIS WARD JAY VARS Tackle Back Guard A Tulia Hornet is stopped by the Littlefield Wildcats defense after a short gain. Final score: 48-14 for Littlefield, RAY LYNN BERRY BYRON LEWIS EDMOND PARSONS Center Back Center ,ali S' 333, jil- 'IQ ra..-rv 'TIW 5 5 new , fini, f a W , WM,,w,, ,...,.,..,M.- me " ,,. ,,,, V, A . 2.5 V . - K K ,. , T' 332A?AE?f3-3411 331 345 217 315. 36 , '1aaM34-,Qa1i.f37 f5U'153.93 l 7 , at , 'Kskw 3 if 5, , .f wi, V, 1 A . S, K' 13? if 1 Q , U Q5 A kia? 'mf ' ' ' H4 fklifffiu C0 Captams iq-'T' s LOVE I 3 DENN1 CHRIS w Boys Basketball Manager DENNIS NIX Coach ARD in f -'Jax 'mf' mm,--Q I Q R, W STEWART iff Q, X, ,A x ,Le is N Q Q. FW 5 .f S. A 31, if ,fra f,?'iEf" ' ,t izaf, ' IM'-7 ' ,: L aw, ,Q W - V, J-gy Sify G NA ' Q :mp .iw .- J .. ., . ,f .1 ,, .ff V kgirek fn , ,, - Q-Ax 1 sa f C . X ' Q V W , XX W if? X 4 2 I S? ,Q 'Q ei s sb- - " 1 Syl fm? fiih , 'Q . ,W -Q I, is df W ' 2 y i JI sa -fgirzg, K., In E wg A gf V , B y A Ms f as V! A32 COACH BILL M, PHILLIPS , XXX , X, Q .Q -H T w 5 V LJ .f-f, 'gg C' tj 5 X Xt ,VU YS A-S f A N '71, , .xt , "'4. ff' 1 " ' , ,f .:,1Qe',.!:,'g11- ynflf 1'--' . -u rf' ff V 1 t'S-.-"f'fr,f':,, - , ,. . 1 Qi 4-,Q-j" A:1Q.XA-.'?-,,'.W- , ,V , 5 J, R U1 1 A lx f 1, A WA, ,Q A 151,535 gf f 4 ,f-'xiii I H 1 , .,., fxrvwh' ...VL . All ,f Xt. Girls 9 Basketball Ofjqcials C0-Captains BETTY RUTH WATTS and WILMA O'DANIEL MANAGER PAT NUZUM Excellent referees add to the spectators enyoyment of each game. Ti Q .fig 'SE 12 is ESE: H ,Er .f .V '95 if :ff my I x W2 M..,..-:nh tn X Yiavz. 'fbwx .3599 V gg? 3? wmv' "'-fs-.J-' Q if if-is Sw V if V 'fvifgmiy Ma N-Q. ,W-M .M uae! s , , , " .LQSEAV md" 5155, 'Wm ,X .,, 5 . .E rw, if fin, 51 2 Q is Ill! 1 fdlqqwti 'J' A-5,1-n . 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X QQQQ' 51021 925. v QQ: 4 1 QQ., 9 0?Q Z1 of b.Q. f X ' J ,a Q' ,2 X Ki X X M Q xf Era' 'Qs X kzzge :-. , Q Qs, 4' 3,231- NSN X Students of Jun1or Hrgh have returned to classes th1s year w1th more eagerness than usual For the frrst trme they have an audrtonum all theu own w1th reg ularly scheduled assembhes and no da1ly 1l'lII'l1S10I1S of the 350 hrgh school students who shared It w1th them last year Upon returnmg they have found spnghtly deco rated classrooms and beauuful natural grarned doors and starrways mstead of the dark somber woodwork of past years Jumor Htgh now seems complete wrth IIS own gym band hall audxtonum and playground as 'QQ qi f X ' new MJ" 3o?.v,!,+,,g O 4 , Ps -490 fl bm s ,af xg. it j- 'ff O.of4::f- - k a f9f:i' tx filx- X mf' ff , '- :Q 4 ff t we-' ffz I '44, 'ff' f ' ' ' A pf, ,tl 1, fff ' A . . 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He has taken part in the enlargement of the junior high curriculum, and has seen his former junior high pupils graduate from high school and college. Mr, Gatewood has been a major figure in the progress of the Tulia Public School system, 8691.4 , 3 funior High Faculty MISS TINY BATEMAN Special Education MRS, MARJORIE BREWER Fifth Grade MRS, A, L, BURKS Language Arts MRS, ROY CARSON Sixth Grade MRS, HARDY CHILDRESS Music MR, WALTER EDWARDS Math MRS, BOB FULKERSON Language Arts MRS, BEULAH HENDERSON Sixth Grade MR, E, N, HOWELL Social Studies MRS. WALTER HUNT Fifth Grade MRS, C, I, MASSEY Sixth Grade MR. KERMIT MITCHELL Social Studies MR. BILL PHILLIPS Health Education MRS, WESLEY SHARP Fifth Grade MRS. W. V. SWINBURN Sixth Grade MR. SID THOMAS Fifth Grade MRS. I. H. TURNEY Librarian MRS. BILL WILLIAMS Language Arts MR. HARLAN VANDER ZEE Health Education MRS. J. J. MEADOWS, Nurse A Q M.,-ax ,an-s CTT' AN 9' 26- ,ap-Q 'wr ,,.-1 W? 'mf f'wo Ria. 15' fa.- Louis Wayne Bewley Scotty Billington Vicki Bivins Harvey Bozeman Loretta Bradley Iudye Brooks Cecil Brown David Burlsmith Freva Ruth Byrd Sue Campbell Norma Leigh Carruth Robert Chenoweth John Clayton Tommy Copeland Lena Fay Culifer Glenna Cummings Betty Jo Dick Connie Lee Duncan Wayne Edwards Bobby Evans Clifford Garrison Pat George Karen Glenn Martha Gonzales Don Hall James Hoggins Annette Holly Darlene Housewright Bobby Howard Eugene Hutto Albert Irlbeck Dawson Jackson Wayne Jennings Betty Jane Johnson David Jones Mayme Kidd Lloyd Kurtz Johnny Ledgerwood Harry Lewis John Loftin Jimmy McHaney Gary Malone LaNelle May Charlie Mitchell Jerry Mitchell Delores Mullins Jimmy Musick LaNoyle Nall Jane Nelson Jerry Nickel Lana Kay Payne Judy Perrin Jean Pogue Sue Potter Nancy Pyeatt Phyllis Rhody Erma Linda Rios Karl Rodgers Dana Jean Rogers James Rossi Bobby Shaw Duane Shaw Michael Shelton Gay Sims Jim Smith Ray Smith Larry Stewart John Stockett Dale Stringer Larry Sturgess Dinah Thompson Pat Timmons Frank Treadway Joe Vandergriff Sharon Vise Don Ward Richard Weiss Duane West Raymond White Jimmy Wood Norma Rowland Russel Rucker ,-Q, 40 ,3 If ,435 3 Ricky Aldridge Judy Altman Loretta Anderson Richard Bales Dorothy Barbour Jimmie Sue Barbour Gary Barnett Jerry Barnett Bertha Bartlett Linda Bible Linda Bice Ann Bonds Jacque Brown Gary Burk Johnny Burrow Pat Butler Paul Caraway Kay Carothers Kelene Chitty Reba Jo Cleaver Jo Nell Daniel Glenda Dickens Parker Doan Vicky Elliff Vernon Flowers David Fogleman Don Flynt Buddy Gardner Ronny Garrett Joy Godwin Beth Hagler Juliana Hansen Lynn Hardee Lynda Herndon Jimmy Inman Joyce Keeton Charles Lemons Patsy Lewis Carol Loftin Ronnie Love Steve McGavock Ronald Melton Glenn Milner Mack Mitchell Marilyn Morgan Sheran Morris James Nickel Allen Nolen Mark O'Danie1 Larry Pyeatr Jean Reeves Joevanna Richardson Richard Ringo Frank Rocha Gay Roper Donna Rucker Jackie Russell Jerry Sarchet Mark Scheid A. L. Seaborn George Sewell Annette Schulz Margaret Schulz Linda Sharp Cecil Shaw Gaylene Smith Karen Smirh James Stockett Roy Stidham Elaine Sturgess Patricia Sweatt Max Swinburn Davey Thompson J. Thornton Patsy Todd Sharon Tole Tim Tucker Bob Turner I. W. Tuttle Julius Vereb Frances Watts Geraldine Weiss Sharon Lee Weiss Kenny White Loraine Wyrick fi Junior High students have daily band classes Sixth Grade Susan Avent Clarence Bacher Judy Bates Guy Bosley Troy Brasher La Von Brown David Burns Jan Burrow Richard Burton Carherine Butler dw as Dan Byrd Leslie Cagle Rene Cardona Joe Lynn Carothers Patricia Chandler Leo C. Chenoweth Melvin Chisum I Diane Clower ' Y David Cole 33 Q Martha Copeland Ivan Crosby Cheryl Culwell Jeff Dalluge Robert Dawson ft Kay Dean 'Q' Eddie Devall Carol Dietrich Ronnie Douglas Bob Durham Freda Eastep Barry Edwards on Denna Sue Elkins N- Lorene Elliff Lynn Ellis Patsy Harman Marie Harris Carolyn Hastings Robert Herring Joe Holler Tommy Holley Ona Beth Hood Deryl House Janie Hulsey Reta Kay Hunt Shirley Inman Judith Irlbedk Don Johnson Walter Koerselm an Joyce Kurtz Micky Lankford Russell Lewelleu Kit Littlefield Sharon Love Mary Lumpkins Janis Martin Cloyrene Matlock Geneva Mayo Gary Miller Terry Milligan Larry Mills Barbara Mitchell Orvillia Morris Marilyn Mote Sandra Neeley Jud Y Jim V La Bill veg. '73- Ib- 26 'UN 5 'Q' ,M 5 ,S-M is ,-vi' 355-s cds vap- 35- 21:4 sia- 5-as .,f::zgs 'sf Qi' 'E 76 77 ps,,N. TSP 'ff- in-ucv' 1-'lg :Div i Bobby Neill John Nolen Helen Pannell Carolyn Peddy Carol Plunk Norman Poage Mary Lou Preston Darrell Rankin Charles Rector James Rice Cristobal Rios Felipa Rocha Mary Ann Rocha David Rucker Steven Ray Sims Martha Lou Shelton Virginia Shelton Tommy Snodgrass Gloria Sonnamaker Rickie Stark Gary Starnes Dale Ann Stricklnd Beverly Vars Murry Vise Connie Walker Margie Ward Marylin Ward Patsy Ward Craig Whitfill Joe Wilkerson Paula Wimberly Joseph White Raymond White David Wynne 1648- L: 15" eng'- Fifth Grade Section A - Mrs. Walter Hunt Fifth Grade Section B - Mrs. Marjorie Brewer C. . 'O 'i ijt N Y' Fifth Grade Section C - Mrs. Wesley Sharp Fifth Grade Section D - Mr. Sid B. Thomas 4 tu 'un ..-. in Junior High Chorus First row: Morris, Tucker, Ringo, Gardner, Reeves, Schulz, Montgomery, Flowers, Hagler, Godwin. Second row: Milner, Neeley, Love, Rhody, Vickers, Smith, llousewright, Kidd, Duncan, Daniel, Weiss. Third row: White, Mitchell, Russell, Nall, Rogers, Hardee, Beckman, Jaske, Bradley, Holley Todd, Jenkins, Altman, Nevins. Fourth row: Allison, Jennings, Sarchet, Shelton, Butler, Swinburn, Sims, Byrd, Carruth, Bible, Carothers, Bartlett Junior High Band were-iswerfai JSE' F S rf! J. 'W exp Fggs-,,gf'Vi 5' gi , 1 King GARY HAUGHT Queen ELAINE STURGESS Junior H igh Royalty Jesters entertain the Royal Court Q?- , L m...r, ld we-LrMswvw1Kf4HQ?55'l33'M"" ,. ir ..M....4 ,gl One of the royal couples was Prince DICKIE DRAKE Princess SHARON YOUNG E! Sl DFW! .Leif A :Q A . . ,Ju ' 0, t . N .Aff I wg..q:w,.-A My , EIGHTH GRADE FOOTBALL TEAM First row: Hoggins Ward Nall Edwards Bewley George Ledgerwood McHaney Malone Second row: Joy Copeland Smith Rucker, Vandergriff Treadway Lewis Stringer Bozem Coach Vanderzee West Brooks Sturgess Loftin Howard Bates, Stockett Burelsmith Mitchell Timmons Jennings. SEVENTH GRADE FOOTBALL TEAM First row: Pyeatt, Barnett, White, Melton, Gardner, Ringo, Turner, Thornton, Nolen. Second row Love Haught, Harper, Mitchell, Gruber, Stockett, Stidham, Nolen, Caraway. Third row: Flowers Sarchet Bales Aldridge, O'Daniel, Burrow, Inman, Tuttle, Butler, Coach Howell. Sl C l ' ,,. L B fin, af- ' A Ll A, - Wh , . ft U if 4 Avg v fy W H.,-1....,,,w. ...n-in 1 i, ' I X 2, xx -X4 45Q5 4 l L , 3 . A asf' J 'ia Students are hard at work in the library, lar Mr, Vander Zee explains the human eye to his health class. N-,f tv Mr. Howell helps his social studies students. Pupils work hard 1n the language arts classes. Craig Whitfell gives a geography report, :LW ' " xjwz Hungry students swarm the cafeteria I Mr, Mitchell teaches his geography class Ivan Crosby teaches the class, Girls play a rough game in physical education. Oh come now, students, Mrs. Swinburn isn't too hard on you! What, no work on the board in Mrs. Carson's class? The pupils are working in workbooks in Mrs, Henderson's class. Am, h .,..,. 13 " E' Q 'Q H 3 4, f Mfg? , X Q. " Q, n.fS-3f:'if-,- fn.. ,, . HSM? . U . ,,,,. . J edi X,h , W . I gl p I 3 9 . 1 -ff f if v S?'xi2 5 55' ff' M3 01' f-7 . il, sf, lun W , L w,-jQ.4qvt:w-- i 'Q ,5,f'i.'y', yi xx., :F:'I..E:w .., , . gf 1 -3 42 wx .. fm umwguvwe-W fxb 12.-f . ,M f -if 1 i 5 ? 5. 3? V x ' fu. si, gmj ' . ,-,Y .ew , ,f Y ,gilt ' J 1 2' f""4 "'- W L V 4 'INBNV A Vu : 'Q'-"5 if NV'I'u ' 'Q XX?"Y "uk ' "IW "Xe I "W "N e QQXW S . . . vt - wr Xt wiv' t1'f"fG'3" 'X"'0.' ,X we wtXw.o.X.r4': W S Wet Xiffiw-vX'39758ffwwr X.ft'F1."wl01,' X- - s My 47,j s,Q9l,'X,,,, -W A. qgr,,,,'XXQ ., it p q l .Qgqvh,f 'I -.Q ,QQ iq 3, 'V Ii' zefwsgfv ft-Q.-'Xws,'a,s's.0Qf's N15fseqs,'Xs"X wg.: , ff.: iv, ,J . X Ns Q3 x lfi'6Q0.Q!O ,, -'S ws sm.: X Nh X W2w'+Xefwlta.swb:SXN L K f Q!-52 -ga' my ' P 'K 90 , o 1 exe: if 4' I ,aff f 'wha 49 '91' ' I 1 Q ' I 0 v r We-Q7 , Jw. FW 'Q ' f ff are Q. " fi' f :Zag ,ff I ,f'0430'e f O 2933 125 I 4 ,609 0' 1 Q '01 4 456 iff? 5 'IQ My Q0 X 404 9 90 gg. 6 X X J 0 O X 0 ea I s so '39 X 0 2 X x tt 1 Q.4'v Q, f o .WQQ 5 Q sw! .ylf Q O W 9 59 x 4' fzebgs. X xxx N The Tulta Elementary School became a reahty in 1953 when the Jumor Hrgh Butldrng became too small for the raptdly rncreasmg enrollment of grade school It consrsts of grades one through four wtth 650 puptls and 22 teachers The frrst two grades are housed tn Central Ward Burlding and the thrrd and fourth grades tn Central Ward The elementary school populatton has doubled wtthtn the last ten years fv 431.9 X f N Qs 1 x I YN ,'a'R,Ns fe, t 1 X X -' twig- 'fix Egg? In "iff fXZ'0'0'Il Q 5 ff? 4' Q00 N, f Y - getifwie h ff! p ff Ax IV! . ' 0. e t -' N 5, e-"ff 'X yflg . ' 3 ,Q ja' Qx '. - 920' 76.17 Q' Q ' K. 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Z 'TTD' , s Q 1 nuns ' l l Citizenship Patrol -Q CLOSED 8.00 SQD rw. 1 i f 4 .mf4.Lg.'f'if' 3 f Rebecca Gardner checks on traffic in the street before permitting Rodney Harris to leave school at the end of the day. Patrolmeu Larry Garrett, Jerry West, David Woodside and Jesse Gomez close the street between East Ward and Central Ward early each morning and remove cables and signs after the busses leave at 4 o'clock. ,V 2 i as Students learn good citizenship in the classroom and on the playground. 5 W1 16141 Q Q 5 Q v , . .xi - -1...,S 'O ,QQ f sv Q , ,Mia V GZ, ,, , wf""4-f..,,,i, nwfmr'-' c ' 1 4 A Future Teacher, Marsha Smith learns the "ropes," Mrs. Braly s pup11s put finishing touches on their diorama. Pupils of all nationalities play together. U aww on K ,K 5256542 6 U8 Q if Mrs. Drake 's students love reading and art. v.E- 'O cClendon Yeaches Simmv' M radw' mud and foutm g Gretchen Wynne, Manuel Islas, Elizabeth Payne, and Spring is 'if' e , in the air' Lynda Fisher pin up valentines. a-"' , ff - 357S?f?7?'3Zf'93'3 ffaftipf -t M pglamSe-3'w's?'Q?e?Mq"f'3N.1533?' s 5'-3 'wil' NSYQZ' ,W f " '.' X ' ' W s 1' " a ' I A ' W 7 ' ', tubs d dvGTme ov' 5 W' 0 f J' f 190 Q52-QM? ww? 4 ff ' 4 'ff 9 ef' A4446 '7 'o ,f I awk X ,IQIMQ 69? 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' ,1 9 X f 4, f A 4 ,A AL F1fty three years of serv1ce 1S sorneth1ng for the books of even ROCKWELL BROTHERS LUMBER COMPANY Phone WY 5 3775 Res Phone WY 5 3724 VVILSONS CANIEQA STORE WILSON JONES Owner Bell 8: Howell Argus Kodak Rad1ant Revere Webcor Keystone Ansco Record Players and Records 111 N Maxwell Tuha, Texas o I such pioneer grandchildren as Carolyn Hale and Don McDaniel. I Mr Aycock explams to Gaye George h1s efforts to g1Ve frlend 1y dependable serv1ce dur1ng h1s thlrty years' res1dence IH QEX AY C CD C K INSURANCE Tuha I' 1, B111y Chandler buys roses for Joann Vaughn at one of the at tract1ve new shops 1n Tu11a Zggowm 550,29 N , - I I Q53 2 V For thlrty years th1s store has been serv1ng Tuha teenagers The cosmetlc department IS a favor1te spot for Patsy Johnson and Gay Ferguson HEARD Z. XJ ONES X 'f fx Save Qwgwf Gent1emen's Wear Shoes for the Ent1re Fam11y Ladles' Ready to Wear D1a1 5 3331 ND 'A-r Speclal Mex1can Food Also De11C10uS Amerxcan D1shes and Sea Foods TLJLIA C5T2Il.l. H1ghway 87 ar, - f COME! L1 L . S4410 7 - GETK lip and i v M f at ... .. . Larry Drake and Pat Nuzum adrn1re the fme thmgs for men sold 1n Crawford's Men Store ED C72 AVVFIOIZD 5 MEN STORE ,ix www' mW" Carolyn Gr1ff1th and Carole Massey prove th1s store's slogan 'Our greatest strength 15 your weakness for quahty QCDV I-lOl.-VZCILDQVV JEWELEIR "Madam the best leather went 1nto the rnakmg of th1s lovely boot," Charles Aycock explams to LaQu1ta Noble BATES MCHANEY For the very best 1n ladmes' ready to wear, Em1ly Ward and Betty Harman go to Northcutt's NORTI-ICUTT'S DRESS SHOP Congratulatmns to the 1957 Semor Class QM! NA-rnoNAL. BANK Contmuous Serv1ce Smce 1902 k in-'JE of Tulia High School I Waimf QW? INSURANCE LOANS INVESTMENTS Tuha Texas E72 CDVVN B12 os - PM GARAGE Job Rated Trucks D AY N IT E Wrecker Servlce 304 North 87 Avenue Stay Tuned to if T LJ E 1260 KC 1 ooo watts ful - s 15. 1 ' UNI :Muze 5 1S and J1m Pollard mspect K Ramsey's fme furm ture that makes f1ne homes K EAM SEV FURNITURE Sue Harr 'mx Delores Poage and David Hutto shop at Flynt Jewelry for gifts that last I-:L..YN'l' JEVVE LEY xJ -EEE DEPARTMENT STORE CARRU 1 I-I BATTERY 8: ELECTRIC SERVICE QNITEI, No-roi' ANAUONALWAIIIAIIN Magnetos, Starters and Generators Motor Tune Up and Electrlc Motor Rewlndmg Phone WY 5 4414 Tuha, Texas Th1s large gramery 1n Swlsher County serves Tuha customers FARMERS GRAIN COMPANY Janice Rector and Marilyn Goodwine display the quality clean ing B1a1r's has done for Z3 years BLAIES CLEANERS "Your time is our business," says Clower Jewelry to Katey Ellis and Mike Pugh, C LOVVET2 JEVVE LEY 115' Lynda Cagle and Marsha Smith admire the finest in material shown them by Mrs LaVe11e kwa dna Evelyn Bonds and Delia Murrell smile in satisfaction as they read the paper that covers Swisher County like the sunshine. 'VI-IE TULIA HETEA LID Paul Cox and Judy Brasher shop at Tu11a Floral for flowers that are always fresh TLJLIA JZLQIIQAL MRS 01.1-:TA BATES owner Phone WY 5 2111 Floydelle Pannell and Jean Barbour are 1n the off1ce of Bar bour Brothers, the fr1end1y Ph1111ps 66 d1str1butor BAQBOU2 EQOT I-4E12S Gracelyn Hansen explams to Annle Beth Drake the d1fferent phases of her father's bus1ness These are farm home and auto loans plus 11fe 1nsurance and real estate sales HANSEN INSURANCE YOLJINIC-5 ELLIS BUTANE Phone WY 5 2724 409 N 87 Avenue Tuha, Texas COMMUNITY BUILDERS VVILSCDIXI ,f IXIICI-ICDL5 X ff' LUMBER COMPANY ' I 3 o v ' n . r,.. . "'. fl,-ff Q' ...Z 4-h-:iff J1m Goodw1ne and Nancy Shurbet try out one of the p1eces of farm machlnery wh1ch Workman and Culwell sell VVORKMAN X. CLJLVVE LI. Jenmce Marks and Ehzabeth Bartlett look at 1terns 1n the Tot to Teen Shop, wh1ch d1sp1ays clothes d1st1nct1ve1y dxffer ent for the fash1on nunded youth. TOT TO TEEN SHOP I. ,, W .- f Y I X uf K 'fmt' , 5 3113311 as-...Q Hd" 'Z im, ,.,,. ' lem. www", Z me 21... 9 , an x - . , 2331. , h E ,ill-M. 2 yy. - ,, ,,,...- . , ......,. 44, , Q.-.Mn g ........, , ......., . ........ zosbnnli- 1' A .....:... s - M .,., . M. Q, Q . . ...:..,.. N , , J ae- . M., , than W '!,w,, if In , ,f 'if 2' 'X ' ' 'ff A gr , a Q W f ,:q...-.0 L , 'A ' .,, 5 I 3 ,xxx ., f A1 A 1 - ' 3 uh . ,Aj .N - .. , s, 4 BOSTI C KS GEOCEEY 'QEEVE 5 BLJTAIXIE SERVICE STAT! ON WY 5 4488 T 1 T A11 Typ nneth Aldridge and Janice Cowan buy groceries from M H rold Bostick. I C d P d t C b Phone - u ia, ex J1m Harr1s shows Lmda Gould and J1mmy McC1endon the quahty merchand1se he carr1es HARRIS K SON! LUMBER COMPANY DR PEPPER BOTTLQHG A11ce Jean Goodman demonstrates her father's fr1endly serv 1ce to Jamce V1se D12 PEI-21-21:1-Z BOTTLING COMPANY Congratulations to the Seniors of '57 SVVISI-IETQ CCDLJNTY ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE, INC. Tuha Texas "Owned by Those We Serve" Nancy N1x and Doug W11mot enjoy the fr1end1y serv1ce of Frances Berry at the C1ty Drug CITV DRUG -1 Ed1th Herrmg and Carolyn Jones mspect the new 1ocat1on of Swlsher Gas and Equ1prnent SWISHER GAS AND EQUIPMLNT CO 1' EQ '55 ...-:nj Brenda McGavock Bobby and B111y Doan look over the store's merchand1se w1th Mr Love Howard ALLEN DOAN FARM SUPPLY HARDY 1::l.l:C VIZI C, CO Electrlcal Contractors Cornmerclal Industr1a1 Res1dent1a1 WY 5 3135 L1ght1ng Wlrlng Repalrlng E KAY SUPPLY CO "A Complete Farm Serv1ce Seeds Tuha, Texas Feeds Pur1na Chow s Farm Supphes Mrs Genn1e V George w111 be as happy to Walt on the cus tomer as she IS her daughter, Gaye, and Don Young BOB'S DIAMOND SUPER MKT 1 r SIE? CEI!! KI illll ,...-u-----' 1'N'FNl'E1I! Fern Ramsey and Chr1s Ward learn that for the tops 1n serv LOVI: 1:51-Q01 F-H-185 OH CO e-'B Barbara Otwell and Denms Love mspect the f1nest 1n auto motwe motor1ng TLJLIA IXAOTOT? SAI FQ 1 ,. JP 'i ---.... R -52' mlm P.. .Ta S g lN,Sll -' x HLLIIS IIB, V l 1. l I ice, this is the place to go. 3' A -,,,.W,. f W' "W . W XMMVVNM APPROVED SERVICE -mmnf' 43 x 1 X Roger Osborn and R L L1tt1e agree that the best 1n dry cleamng 18 found here STATE CLEANERS Glenda Holman and Lynda Wadd111 enjoy fr1end1y serv1ce shown them by B111 Chandler cn-aANDL.E12'5 SERVICE STATION . , y. if 'ix ff R ix .ff ' . ' ,wwf Q ""'Ww.,uL M Ziff' A , . t WM f:,,...fW .V , . A P Q .4 A ZS., 4 I ' ,jr 'K '35, Q N r A I-.QL ffrjflgtl. Q, U I I I 1 . D1ane McDonald recelves the latest 1n halr styhng from Mrs AL :NFS F-s11'AU-rv sv-cop DALLAS STUDIO F1ne Photography Speed Serv1ce Tu11a, Texas D1a1 5 3085 Crabtree. Mrs. J. W. Adams is also a customer. Th1s towermg elevator represents one of the 1mportant bus1 ness concerns of West Texas STAYZ SQA! IX! CO Amy Brasher and Barbara Love patromze Don Henthorn's Humble Serv1ce Stat1on I-IUMBLE SERVICE STATION gb Zlldlllfy 6150605564 3 JI A MQW? 3591 NS f ROGERS QQ! gm zfiefmzfva COMPANY f X fx Culle Je gs a dVa ce Ba e load nothe sack of qu lty seed CROVV N SEED COMDA NY X' I 1 fe F5 4:19 . -viz lt, i ' . e .t"'vh-ps-,. - Q' -.. ...U .nv--.f 'W' Y . l - -1.-1 . e if rf 6:45 4 v' .. em ". , . f ' 'M SLJFPEQE I' I E I i 'I VX . , - v Q f,,,,Yf, ,. 1,,f3q,.,- YQ My L49 fl-'vm -e . 1, t N sg'-QA , .Q : X X A v K Nt w- P .M LE-V .- . 1 ' ' h 9 1 n nnin n n u r a. r a i 22353723 Glenn Caraway and Betty Watts try out the John Deere tractor on dmsplay at McDonald Mach1nery Company MCDONALD MACHINERY COMPANY Pont1acs E John Deere Tractors ever Y Mr L E McDonald IS the owner of one of the estab 11shed bus1nesses of Tu11a 1' ... .. t. f:- 0 AC' . ,. .. f K - : vu". ' M h K " . -A-J . . A """' rvvra.. .... .4 , ,uni . . 81 N- .. I 1 8 i , I l I . . . I TRIAN A T "V ww m4 Tommy Ch1ldress and Larry Douglas learn that th1s f1rm's motto 1 "The only bus1ness we want 1S yours TRIANGLE BLJ VANE CO J- nl Pat Andrus and Darrell Nelson buy grocenes at the rrullc counter LITTLEJCDP4 lxl BROS SUPER MARKET i 5? ' l I Se Q33 A .S . . ' H '- in " , E , , ' K el '1 if ' I f 1 I QW 21 ggi' It ,. v sins , X 1 1 ' , 2' M . A fl - . ' 3 fwyit 1 T1 f L, ,fiffrfxifv 1 4 ' ' W 1 X I rANE C ' sk r':,yXX LFMIW. 'xl X ' . ,, J., A, ff K ,X VX 3 A x 1 ' ti a 1 R , fx ' 3 j Q X V , 5 QE F 2 X3 , 1 Mf??fi a U WW? ' vvs' .'1'b'- ' ' .-16.4 ,vga Q, Q H vit X X 'X-35' y .Q 9 'L' Q 'Q . Q N wi Q.. 3 azgt. ol 0. Q5 ' 9.0.0 5.4 Y .Q v s 0 ' Q Q 5 , 4 . . o of A o 0 5 ' o s Q . sry. 'Q 301' f ox ss. ,Q , ' yx Qt K Mr Lenms Hutto 1S always ready w1th a sm11e, espec1a11y for h1s daughter, Mane, and Ca1v1n We1ss P-ILJTTCD MOTOI2 SA L.E S 'Fl-IE DA! 12V CQLJEEIXI 'Ihe place to meet When you want to eat The dr1nks are best So just head west On N W 5th Tuha, Texas 0.0 , s ' ls s I S 0 C :Iii , v.0.Q,QsSs 'o's'0? ' fi. .aux Q59 .O 0 C S .Q .QQ s s O Q 5 Q 5 'i'3b' 0 Q fcva ' 'Q 00.95. 0 5 Q 5 Q 5 0 's's'Q'o Q 'Q's'x'0'Q' Q 5.0.5.5 Q g 0.0 9,0 ' 2 - 0 'c 9 Q 0 , 5 O 0 Q 0 0 - we: , 5.0.0 0 S 4 jg Q v 5 s r f ' 5 4 5 4 Qs 555 I 9 9.34 0 O..A Q .0 af clecmmg 'POST OEF'-IC.E CLEANERS G EAPMERIED ' . :nu mf.. XX iffy-.7 ,.,.,, ' mf? D HKD T U I x .yr ms I! I HOMOGfNl1!D MILK DAIRY FUODS vuwx. Texas SWISHER DAIRY FOODS Home Produced - Home Processed Grade "A" Milk Creamery Butter - Cheddar Cheese and M11k Products SVVISI-41512 CREAMERY INC Tuha, T exas "Here we've found the f1nest app11ances," dec1de G1or1a Camp and Jerry Sturgess COOPER l:l.1:C.. Fld! C.. 5 0 n 7- 4 Faythe Love and Harold Butler v1s1t Jennmgs Farm Supply JE FAR IVI NINGS SUPPLY x pf' - ..H?Q:I- ' .-:-5.7 1 ZQ'-..k"x "" ---. ' " F ., ' .ffv-73-2 v '-'-'.'.'.' .'.'..-- I!-' ' Located East on 'VLJLIA C0 -O13 the Silverton Highway Annual Staff Completes Yearbook The annual staff was favored this year with a regular class period in which to work. However, the frustrating work still called for much outside time and effort. There were always more "ads" to sell, more pictures to be made or more night work sessions. Of course they missed a few snapshots of the schoo1's important events, but they did capture most of the highlights of the school year. They offer you, the reader, this photographic record of Tulia High School for 1956-57. and hope that you will treasure it as a wonderful memento of the golden days therein. TAYLOR PUBLISHING CO N V f . f N if If I


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