Tulia High School - Hornet Yearbook (Tulia, TX)

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I9 un 0 010 fe c L.. .. A. ...tus Atlxl txcs ryan: fn ns 35 avo tes 5 I-I, IZ9 Aclverfxsements I 71 rx fy 4. S2 ff J ao, , 4 . . Jr 5 ,n. ., , 3-1 Fr s e , , 47 t' ' ' , . .53 , e ' , . . 67 O 'za 'o . F ri , . ll Junior 'jk , Elm..-..t.f, . . I55 Fofe word As we venfure info fffze WO,-ld foward SLLCCESS, we may look back on ffve fools wf7z'cf'1 have pfafved an Znszfrumerzztal parzf in our success: Ure Zidmmggfrd.. Hon, our classes and alassmafes our orya,f1ZzazQ'ons, our HczlzV1'fz'eg Zinc! our Zffvfefic pursaifs. , fhy zffze 1959 oqof-Mei bf-jnj yall E? fond remembrance of fhe Success enjoyed 272.58 pa-sflygan .7729 'Mrnef qgfafl' I' r po- fdizlorg ilk 5 ,. ix! 111 f f mvlfxn - ' lW!1e 4, f "mi J E!-Eg N 'ff' mb QQ4 A ,ff X f ,,, fX , 0 5 x ,,,- ,X XJ, qv, QA ,A gf .17 d 6 I Slf 3 5 I 6? for the teachlngs 1 m p a r t e d asslstance glven and en couragement extended to us ln our preparauon for a successful llfe we the Hornet Staff of 1958 do respectflfllly ded1cate thls 1958 Hornet to OUR TEACHERS k-+Lsug 4 ' 'Ti we-ya, V4 4' 1 I n uf r M' pr,-A Cav H' 'H fif'-'sc W 4 WNW.. ff H e. J V4 I . 1' O! , s TJ? 4,1 X ' 4 'a ww 'N ,.f""""""-awe, I B 1 rm u 1 ' llll illl 1 If 5f'-1 W nu us: Q I 1- ,lil L 90917 ff ' am- , 1 .a"r,..a,L.1a.pfS P 1' Wad Us 1, '5 s K. J ADMINISTRAT lv , -VM-, ' f Aff' ' ,, ,6 f,', A fv xf L R , xxx STANDING: H. B. Hall Van Barbour Edward Devin E, W. Scheid H. T. Copeland Yeachvn Cla.: SEATED: Harvey Milner President W. V, Swinburn Loyd Butler L. F. Campbell , , ,,3,.H.f, .,,,,,gAVi Mrs. R. B. Dawson, Parliamentarian Mrs. Wayne Blunt, Secretary Mrs. Ray Sprawls, Presrdem Mrs. Dan Behne, Treasurer Mrs, Wilson White, Vice-President xy 4.7" 2 fa? f M hkilaidbduv ,ugh R. W. DAVIDSON I3 W. V. SW INBURN v ,-...,'...., A ....":f:..1, .J -A.- VH -W Www I 'm MR. LONNIE IARRETT English B. A. , West Texas State MRS. GLADYS HIGGINS English, Jonrnalism, Annual B. A. , West Texas State MISS MII. DRED HULSEY English, Latin B. A. , Trinity University M. A. , George Peabody MISS FLORENCE COFFEE English B. A. , Texas University M. A. , Duke University MRS, S, C, SCOTT Librarian B. S. , North Texas State M, A. , West Texas State ,, .4 fl r Wg! A P r. ,, is 3 MR. JOHN BUTLER Band, Choir B, xt, E., West Texas stare MR. BOBBY FINLEY Social Studies, Boys' "B" Team Football and Basketball Coach B. S. , West Texas State MR. HAP ROGERS American History, Drivers' Education, Head Football Coach B. S. , M. A. , West Texas MR, W, L. CLEVELAND American History, Civics, Assistant Football Coach B S West Texas State MR. BILL PHILLIPS Girls Basketball Coach B S West Texas .4 I5 MR. DOUGLAS PAYNE Biology General Science B S Panhandle A 8a M, NAR. RALPH STEWART Chemistry General Science Boys A Team Basketball Coach Athletic Director B A M. A West Texas State Speech MR. BEDFORD FORREST Speech B.S. , West Texas State V ,MM W , TATA' or Q . sm.. R wxrfw is MR. ROBERT TAYLOR Algebra B. S. , Howard Payne MR. RALPH COPE Algebra, General Math B. S. , ACC MRS. CLAUDE SHELTON Algebra, Plane and Solid Geometry B. S. , West Texas State M., 5 MR, JESSE P. BROWN IR, Vocational Agricultural I B. S. , Texas Tech. MR. WELDON MANSFIELD Vocational Agricultural II and III B. S. , Texas Tech. 3 MRS. J. T. BARNETT 1 Wa" , y ,, f MRS DOUGLAS PAYNE Typmg Shorthand B A Panhandle A Sz 'VL awww, Shop 17 Z Home Economics , B. S. , New Mexico A. 8a M, MRS. WALTER EDWARDS Home Economics B S West Texas State .73uouzeon MR. KENNETH PATTON West Texas State we . at f nn-.7 ' Staff MRS WARREN LEE BELL Secretary to the Supenntendent MRS, WILSON! WHITE Secretary to Lhe Tax Collector and Assessor. X4 MRS J ROSS CROCKER Lunchroom Supervlsor AND MRS WILBUR KEETON H1gh School Custod1ans if x MRS WAYNE FLYNT Secretary to the H gh School Prmcxpal ' 1 N MSL r R W U , 4 ' 5 F JML MR. . , 51 18 i . ' ' ., SENIORS X , , SENIOR Parliamentarian Historian . . . President . . Secretary . . . Treasurer . . . Vice-President . Reporter ,,.. Sponsors . . CLASS OFFICERS . . Delbert Newman . . . . ,Terry Love . Dan McDaniel . . Thelma Roper . . Donald Gales . . Torn Garrison . . . . Elaine Brown , Stewart and Shelton FRANCES BERRY F.H.A. 1,23 Librarians lg Pep Squad 1,2,3g Class Favorite 3. .47 LO UIS BICE F,F,A. 1,2533 VIC -Lg Football l. JIMMY BIVENS vic 4gF.F.A.l,2,1i,4. Q 3 GERALDINE BOGGESS F.T.A. l,3,4g F.lI.i-X. l,Z,?3,4g Pep Squad l,2,3,4gChoir mga, Baa 0 ' swwfwfwt fws ' ,c9,e'5s MELVIN BOLEMAN 1,25 VIC 314, Choir lg Football l. "" Q27 DON BROOKS F.F..'X. l,2,I3,4g VIC 2,49 Football lg Track 233 Rodeo Teain l,2,Il,-1. E L.-RISE BRONX' 5- F.T.A. 2,3,4, Officer 3,4-g F.Ei..X. l,2,3,-1, Librarians 4, Officer -lg F-ational Honor Society 3,45 Choir lg Annual Staff 2,I3,4, Art Editor 3,-lg Quill and Scrcll .R 3,4, Pep same i,:,3,4, Class officer 4, snare F.T..fX. Convention 2 , 53. he df' LYNDA C.-XGLE . F.H.:X. 152,33 Librarians l,2,3,4g Choir l, Officer lg Pep Squad l,2,4g Band 3, Ensemble 3,-lg Class Of- ficer Bg Swing, Band 3, Officer 22. 21 at 5, , ,YQ 4,1 Who s Who 3 4 Electrorucs Club 1 2 Debate 2 3 4 X," A . Regional Finalist 3 Christmas Pageantl Declamation 557. K, 'f f W K, 1 2 3 sude Rule 2 Nominated Mr T Hs MS ' ,Receive Reba ' .7nl9Lta5eJL PAUL COX National Honor Society 3,45 "T" Club 2,3,4, Officer 45 Choir 35 Student Council 3, President 35 Basketball lg Football 1,2,3,45 Track 1,2,35 Junior Play5 Class Officer 1,25 Who's Who 35 Electronics Club 1,25 Boys' State 3. ARLIS CULP F.T.A. 2,3,4, Officer 45 F.H.A. 2,3,4, Officer 35 Librarians 45 Choir 2,3,4, Sweetheart 45 Pep Squad 2,3,45 Entered from Plainview, Sophomore Year. RICHARD DALLUGE F.F.A. 1,25 "T" Club 2,3,45 Football l,2,3,-15 Track 1,2,35 Junior Flay5 Electronics Club 1, nominated Mr. T.H.S. 4. GILBERT DAVIDSON F.F.A. 1,25 Librarians 35 Pep Squad 3,45 Junior Playg Class Favorite 15 Electronics Club 15 F.F.A. Farm Demonstration 1,25 Nominated Mr. T.H.S. 4. GLORIA CPNIP F I-I A 1 2 3 Officer 2 Librarians 1 2 3 Choir 2 3 Officer 2 Pep Squad 1 2 3 ROBERT CARAWAY FFA 1234 VIC4 T Club4Basketbal11234 Football 1 4 Track 1 2 3 4 Electronics Club 1 GRANT CARRUTH F F A 1 2 Chapter Conductmgl 2 D1strictW1nner2 Grass Judging Team 1 Area Winner 1 Thespians3 4 Band 1 2 3 4 Officer 3 All State Band Alternate 3 All Regional Band 4 Swing Band 2 3 Officer 3 National Honor Society 34 Annual Staff 34 Co Editor 4 Quill and Scroll3 4 Student Council 1 2 3 4 President 4 District Officer 4 Basketball 1 Track 5 - 1 Junior Play Thespian Play 4 Class Officer 1 2 3 GENE DRAKE F.F.A. 15 Hornet Staff 45 Entered from Louisana, Junior Year. HAROLD DUKE F.F.A. 1,25 F.F.A. Quiz Team 15 Crops Team 25 National Honor Society 3,45 Officer 45 Office Staff 4. KAY EASTHAM F.H.A. 1,2,3,45 Librarians 3,45 Pep Squad 1,2,3,4, Officer 4. THOMAS EDWARDS VIC 3,45 Officer 3,45 "T" Club 45 Basketball 1,25 Baseball 1,25 Football Manager 2,45 Basketball Manager 45 Electronics Club 2,3. fi pf fe , of ' 1 ".7imle utffxvc ' ." 1.7 l CATHERINE ELLIFF F.T.A. 15 F.H.A. 1,2,3,45 Librarians 2,35 Choir 15 Pep Squad 1,2,3,4. KATEY ELLIS F.l-I.A. 1,25 Librarians 1,25 Vespa 3,4, Officer 45 Choir 1,25 Student Council l,3,4, Officer 45 Pep Squad 1,2,3,45 Basketball Manager 2,45 Class Officer 25 Miss Flame 4. SUE EVANS F,H.A. 1,2,35 Librarians 2,35 Pep Squad 2,35 Basket- ball 1,2,3,4. GAY FERGUSON F,T.A. 45 F.F.A. Sweetheart 45 F.H.A. 15 Librarians 1,2,3,4, Officer 35 Thespians 3,45 National Honor Society 45 Choir 25 Annual Staff 15 Pep Squad 1,2,3,4, Cheerleader 45 Junior Play5 Class Officer 35 Who's Who 3,45 Miss T.H.S. 4. 4 DON GALES F.F.A. 1,2,35 "T" Club 2,3,45 Basketball l,2,3,45 Baseball 15 Class Officer 2,3,4. THOMAS G,-XRRISON F.F.A. 1,2,f3,4, Officer 45 National Honor Society 3,4, Officer 45 "T" Club 4, Officer 45 Basketball 2,3,45 Class Officer 2,45 Who's Who 45 F.F.A. Quiz Team 1, F.F.A. Grass Judging 1. CAROLYN GRIFFITH F.T.ii. 45 F.ll,,'1., 1,3,45 Librarians 1,3,4, Officer 35 National Honor Society 45 Band 15 Junior Playg One- act Play 45 Delegate to Librarians' Convention 35 interscholastic League 35 Tnespians 3,4, Officer 4. EDITH HERRING F.T.A. 2,S3,4, Officer 35 F.H.f'H. 1,2,3,4, Officer 1,2,35 National Honor Society 3,4, Officer 45 Choir 1,2,35 Pep Squad 1,2,3,45 Ensemble 1,2, Outstanding Fresh- man Homemaken Outstanding Homemaker 4. IRELENE FERGUSON F,H,A. 1,2,45 Librarians 1,2,45 Choir 1,45 Pep Squad 4. CAROL FLIPPO F,H.A. 1,2,3,45 Librarians 253,45 Choir 1, Officer lg Pep Squad 1,2,3,4. LEON FOSTER F.F,A. 35 VIC 15 Pep Squad 1. NELDA FRANKS F.l-LA. 1,2,3,45 Librarians 45 Choir 1,2535 Pep Squad 1,2,3,45 Ensemble 1. .73 , ,TERRY HAIR JAMES HILL F,F.A. 1,25 Radio Team 15 Crops Team 25 Librarians 3,45 Football lg Junior Play5 Class Officer 25 Elec- tronics Club 1,2. .TEANETTE HILL F,ll.A. 1,25 Librar TGMMY HINKLE ians 45 Pep Squad 4. 1 s F.F.A. 1,2,35 VIC 45 Basketball 1,25 Football 45Track 45 Baseball 1. I X ,K ' SeniwL.93 ,TERRY HOODENPYLE F.F.A. 1,2,fl,4, Officer 45 F.F..'i. Radio l'ea:n 1, F.F,.-X. Rodeo 4, Lone Star Farmer S55 National Elonor Society 3,45 Pep Squad l,2. DAVID ill' TTU F,T,.'X. 55,15 F.r.w.. l,1j5 vit: 1, officer 4, cm 45 Football l,2,v 45 Track 1,1,I2,15 Ju: avr Play' Electronics l. CLACD llYATT "T" Club 1,2,I3,4, Officer 45 Basketball i, Football 1,2,l3,45 Track 1,2,il,45 Class Officerl5Class Favorite 3. JIM LRWIN Band lg Ckioir 45 Annual Staff 45 Junior Play5 Onc- Act Play 35 All-State Choir 135 Entered from Porter- ville, California, Senior Year. 25 .Wzeg Meaoww firm .Wzeim KENNETH LITTLE FIELD F.F.A. 1,25 "T" Club 45 Student Council 45 Basket- ball 1,2,3,4, Football 1,2,35 Track 1,2,3,45 Class Officer 3,45 Class Favorite 45 Basketball King 45 Entered from Clarendon, Sophomore Year. Mr. T.H.S. 4. F AYTHE LOVE F.H.A. 1,25 Librarians 15 Vespa 1,2,3,45 Pep Squad 1,2,35 Basketball l,2,3,45 Junior Play5 Basketball Captain 4. JERRY LOVE F.F.A. 15 Band 1,2,3,4, Officer 45 Class Officer 45 Electronics Club 1,2,3, Officer 1,25 Swing Band 2,3, Officer 35 F.F.A. - Chapter Conducting Team 1. DAN MC DANIEL F.F.A. 1,25 Librarians 3,45 Thespians 3,45 Footbal 15 Junior Play5 One-Act Play 35 Tliespian Play 45 Electronics 15 Band Manager 35 F.F.A. Rodeo Team 25 Dairy Judging Team 15 Class Officer 4. MARILYN JOBE F,H.A. 1,2,3,45 National Honor Society 4, Officer 45 Choir 1, Officer 15 Pep Squad 1,2,3,45 Officer 45 F.H.A. Week Outstanding Girl 3. PATSY JOHNSON F.H.A. 1,2,35 Librarians 15 Choir lp PepSquad 1,2,3,45 Junior Play5 Office Staff 45 F.T.A. 3. CAROLYN JONES F.T.A. 2,3,4, Officer 4, State Convention 35 F.H.A. 1,2,3,4,State Convention 35 National Honor Society 45 Choir 15 Annual Staff 3,4, Co-Editor 45 One- Act Play 45 Interscbolastic League Spelling 35 Quill and Scroll 3,4. ALICE JEAN JOY F.H.A. 1,2, Officer 25 Thespians 3,45 Band 1,2, Officer 1,2, Majorette 25 Choir 1,25 Pep Squad 3,45 Junior Playg One-Act Play 45 All-State Choir 2. l A! lu JIMMY MC CLENDON F.T.A. 35 F.F.A. 1,25 "T" Club 3.4: Band l,2,3.4: Choir 35 Basketball 15 Football l,2,3,45 Track 1,2,3,45 Junior Play. ROGER MALONE VIC 45 Basketball lg Entered fromHappy,Junior Year. WILMA MEASLES F.ll.A. l,2,35 Band 1,25 Pep Squad 35 Basketball 45 Junior Play5 Office Staff 25 Entered from Olton, Junior Year. DON MORRIS F.F.A. 1,25 VIC 45 Librarians 3,45 Football 15 Track 15 Junior Playg One-Act Play 35 F.F.A. Judging Team l, F.F.A. Radio Team 25 Electronics Club 1. 5 . Z S . PAUL MURRELL F.F.A. 1,2,3,45 Vic 4, Officer 45 Pep Squad 1,2,45 Junior Play5 F.F.A. Rodeo Club 2,3,4. DELBERT NEWMAN F.F.A. 1,25 "T" Club 1,2,fl,4, Officer S15 Basketball l,2,3,45 Baseball lg Class Officer 45 Boys' State 3. JOHNNY XIX F.F..-X. l,2,3,4, Officer 4, Rodeo Club 2,3,4, Judging Team 1, Rodeo 2,3,45 VIC 4, Officer 45 Thespians 3,4, Officer 45 Pep Squad 1,2,3,45 Junior Playg One- Act Play 2,35 Class Favorite 2. EDMOND PARSONS VIC 4, Officer 45 "T" Club 45 Basketball 1,25 Foot- ball l,2,3,45 Track l,2,35 Class Officer l,25Electronics Club 1. H25 ' A, THELMA ROPER F.li.A. 1,2,35 Librarians 15 Thespians 3,45 Officer 45 Band 1,2,3,4, Officer 45 Hornet Staff 3,45 Annual Staff 3,45 Quill and Scroll 3,45 Ensemble 3,45 Thespian Play 45 Class Officer 45 Swing Band 2,3, Officer 35 Debate l,2, District Winner 15 Nominated Miss T.ll.S. 4. LAVE LDA ROSE F.T.A. 2,3,4, Officer 3, F.T.A.State Convention 2,335 F.ll..5X. 1,2,3,45 Band 1,2,3,45 Ensemble 2,45 Annual Staff 3,45 Quill and Scroll 3,45 All-Regional Band 4. SHIRLEY RULAXD F.ll,fe. 1,25 Choir 15 Pep Squat: 1,2. BETTY LOL SCHULTE F.H.A. 1,2,3,4, Officer 45 Choir 1,2535 Pep Squa 2,3.4. dl DOLORES POAGE F.ll.A, 1,25 National Honor Society 45 Band 25 Stu- dent Council 2,45 Pep Squad 3,45 Cheerleader 3,45 Junior P1ay5 Class Officer 35 Who's Who 45 Entered from Cotton Center Freshman Year. Noinniatcd Miss T.il.S. 4. BARB,-XR A POTTER F.F.A, 1,2,35 Hornet 4, Editor 45 Pep Squad 1,2,l3,4, Basketball 1,2,3,4. FERN RAMSEY F.T.A. 3,4, District Officer 35 F.ll.A. 15 VIC Sweet- heart 3g Librarians 15 Tliespians 3,45 National llonor Society 3,45 Vespa 1,2,3,4, Officer 35 Pep Squad 2,3, Cheerleader 1,45 Basketball 1,2,3,4, All-District 2,335 Junior Play5 Class Officer 35 Who's Who 3,45 Football Queen 45 Extcmporaneous Speaking Second in District, .TOSEPHINE RQCHA F.H.A. 1. , .Mein if 'E7 .TERRY SHANNON F,F.A. 1,2,35 VIC 45 Pep Squad 1,2,35 Football 15 Rodeo Team 25 Electronics 1,f3. GLENDA SHELBY F.T.A. 1,2,4, Officer 2,45 F.ll.A. 1,2,45 Librarians 45 Thespians 2,4, Officer 45 Choir 1,2, Officer 25 Pep Squad 1,2,45 One-Act Play 25 Thespian Play 45 Office Staff 2,45 Declamation 2,4, Second Place, Dis- trict, 25 Poetry Reading, 25 Three Act Play 2. INETTE SHELTON F.H.A. 1,2,3,45 Librarians 45 Choir 2,35 Pep Squad 1,2,3,4. PATRICIA SIMS F,H.A. 1,25 Choir 1,25 Pep Squad 1,2. ,x , 27 MARSHA SMITH F.T.A. 3,4, Officer 45 F.H.A. 1,2,35 Librarians 1,25 Vespa 1,2,3,4, Officer 3,45 Pep Squad 1, Cheerleader 2,3,45 Basketball 1,2,3,45 Class Favorite 45 Basket- ball Quecn 45 Rodeo Queen 25 Volleyball 15233,-4. JUDY SORRENSON F.T..-X. 45 F,ll.A.1,2,3,45 Librarians 1,2,!3,45 Choir 1. DWIGHT STEVENS F.F.A. 1,25 VIC 4, Officer 45 Librarians 3,4, Officer 45 Football 15 Track 15 Band Manager 35 Electronics l,2. JERRY STURGESS F.F.A. l,2,3,4, Officer 45 "T" Club 3,-15Pep Squad 35 Basketball 1,2,3,45 Football 15 F.F.i-X. Dairy Cattle Judging Team 25 F.F.A. Crops Judging Team 1. GENARO VERVER F.F.A. 1,23 VIC 2,39 Track lg Baseball 1. WAURAYNE WALKER F.T.A. 3,4, Officer 4, State F.T.A. Convention 3,45 Librarians 4, Band lg Thespians 4, Choir 4, Officer 4g Pep Squad 3,4g Junior Play, One-Act Play 3: Entered from Hialeah, Florida, Junior Year. CHRIS WARD F.F.A. l,2, Officer 2, VIC 4, Officer 4, "T" Club 2,3,4, Officer 3,4g Basketball 1,2,3,4g Track l,2,3,4g Basket- ball Captain 3,4g Football l,2,3,4, Captain 4, All- District, All-South Plains, All Regional: Junior Play, Class Officer 1,4. PEGGY WASHINGTON F.H.A. 1,2,3, Librarians l,2g Vespa 3,4g Pep Squad 1,2,3g Basketball 1,2, 3,4g Class Officer 2, Class Dan McDaniel calls the meeting to order, "Will everybody shut-up." Favorite 2. DONNA WILKINS F.l-LA. l,2, Officer lg Librarians l,2g Vespa 3,45 Choir lg Annual Staff 1,25 Pep Squad 1,2,3,4g Basket- ball 2,3,4. Society Banquet 30 Paul Cox enjoys the good food at the National Honor JUNIORS M 4 J-wlllwlrrn plan IL N rm , 3 5 fx I Ql Q15 M ax mfm ' ff, 1, EW! H4-wmv P4-an V , 4 "' K' , ,M , X ,, g :, M ,WW ,KQV wwf 93 M5A'W'A"'ff' fx. M ff , Q I "3 f 4, W ff if-we V, V , j,.fwff.1w! if 'HM- 4:69 O51 Lqiml.. '24 '-ff fi V 3'--mi ,, Vance Bauer Ray Lynn Berry Selenda Millington Xinry Lon Bontjf Sue Brooks Carol Burns Kenneth Burrow Carol Bntler Gloria Camp Yvetta Appleton Thoran Avent Charles Atcock Wallace bacner Flo Barnes Tonnny Barnett X 2? N? ,Q 26? Q- 1-UQ-Q 33 34 Roy Dickens Doye Elkins Kay Evans Wayne Freeman Robert Gardner Linda Garner Allen Glenn Tommy Goodman Bill Goodwin J in Teddy Carruth Theron Culwell Jimmy Cummings Claudette Davis Judy Dawson Johnnie Jo Dean 1, Na x, 1 g?-. X, 6 1,- Cullen Jennings Duke Jennings W, O. Johnson Jane Jones Alice Goodman ,Toy Nancy Keeling Byron Lewis R. L. Little Olive Love 213. mpf-4 36 1 'sf if ,Tames Neill Charles Newman Dennis Nix Nancy Nix Roger Osborn Von Dean Ottwell Louise Orr Pat Pugh John Reeves Sherwood Love David Madura Carolyn Mc Jana Morris Gee Thomas Mullins Gary Myers 555' 'ya if by '36-s M49 'S' 4:43, Edd Vaughn Janice Vice Emily Ward Dora Weiss Jean Weiss J. T, White Keith White Billy Whitten C a rol ks' ood QQ CTN The master of the Red House receives a death warning.. ji? 1-1' The climax of the play is the dis- covery of the murderer. 38 THE JUNIOR CLASS PRESENTS Sled e Mwlfw The brother of the Red House Master, played by Charles Aycock, arrives. ...l ll Everyone at the Red House is held for ques- tioning by Inspector Birch, played by Tom- my Goodman. SOPHGMORES i IUIUIFWIFWFHHUQ We Iullow the examples of those who have led successful lives. ' NUPIILWMUIEL CLASS OFFICERS P4-flnh-Ill !i1xwr1.m . . . Jury 'xlmdurgriff , , , , E-lo1.Q,m1u Pgllilull X In y-PIL-fidunt . . .IQNgl1f.o5hg P.,:l1g11i1f1xr:1r1.m . .lxxgjf H41rm,1m NL-414-ykifi, l , , ,C.1roEj,'11IinM E L ywrtur , . . Lgrry Dau 41,15 W Mlxwrlniz . Bill. QZIIL' Dum IK .tbilflf ADUHSUT: . . , X 1151 f,w1l'.n-11 . . . . . . Scott 85 Finley 4 -3 if ,L ? QD 5 if I 2 S -s 19' ua V! -v ' "pf A ,Ax , N -Q, f""s fi Q W . . Donna Anderson Barbara Andrus Norma Andrus Yvonne Aplin Betty Baleg Jean Barbonr Jeanette Bice Joyce BOLCIIIEIH -N gx 1 ...A X 'vt I. 5. , 'bs In I' 4,0 Joe Dalluge Sidney Davis Jane Dean Roland De Voll 'Q fi ,4 9f Bobby Doan Larry Douglas Jerry Evans Melba Ewing Billy Wayne Dick Marlene Dietrich David Dillard Billy Doan 42 Alta Foster Larry Fowler Robbie Gardner Marilyn Goodwine Linda Gould Gerald Grantham Carolyn Hale Judy Harman '05-1-Q 2 N WMV' 'v-. ,' S0 ff A u 1 Johnny Hay Carolyn Herndon Joy Hinkle Glynnell Hoggat johnny Hoodenpyle Melvin Hooten Leland House Billy Hulsey L ,, . I ' f X . f Sidney Hutson Boyd Irwin Clark Jennings ,B+ i 'lm ,S ,. Nia Maretta .lobe as-14-n 'X 27' 'xN 3' Ns... Wilbur Keeton Eddie Ketchum Sue Kitnbell Betsy Koerselman Christine Liles Wanda Loftin Sharon Love Jerry Don Mason 43 77" Martha Ringo Lola Rocha Roy Roper Nelda Rousseau Terrell Rucker Rosella Schulte Patricia Simon Donna Smith June McCain Brenda MCGJVOCR Sydney Mills Tommy Nuzum Kenneth Oliver Mary Ruth Orr Floydelle Pannell Windelle Peddy f tl Johnnie Mae Smith Linda Sonnamaker Karen Sprawls Roberta Stanaland L 0' Larry Starnes Jerry Stout Dale Swinburn Jean Taylor James Tucker Jerry Vandergriff Paula Verver Larry Wakefield The soph om ores were proud when their candidate, June McCain, was crowned Hallo- ween Queen. 2 lf' K ' ,,,, Earl Washington Calvin White Sophornores may work but they love to play too, building snowrnen. 45 f QL X..-Q Y The sophomore g11'1SII'1O srngs at an assembly program, Hungry students anxrously wart tn the lunch l1ne Lunch mme IS enJoyed by all -af", Larry Douglas Betsy Koerselman Carolyn Hale Brlly Hulsey and Karen Sprawls com pose an assembly program on Youth s Prob Students stand rn hne for absentee passes. lems 6 . . . . I V ld 'X 4 was , rms , up Nl" .,, 5 r M S , V I I ' 4 V , 1 1 ' 5 X n 1 - 4 FPEISI-IMEN W fm, Z, Q X l Wu shall Lrow every day in wisdom, frienuliness, service to orhurg. .md vharacxfr. 4 6 . 5 W - 7' 'lf Zfiggif "' ' 171.12 , 1 ,V 55,15 ,Q .1 A 'Q fgfhg, U, X, 1 54 L 5 f 4 Q W ., N ug lf uv Sue Campbell Norma Ca rruth Robert Chenoweth John Clayton Tommy Copeland Glenda Cummings Kenneth Daniel Betty Jo Dick Connie Lou Duncan Wayne Edwards Bobby Evans Johnny Foster Brenda Allison Ralph Bates Melvin Beasley Annette Beckman Jimmy Berry Scottie Billington Harvey Bozeman Loretta Bradley Wayland Bradley Judy Brooks David Burrelsmith Freva Ruth Byrd Y- 1 U Wayne Jennings Betty Jane Johnson David Jones Alice Kidd Lloyd Kurtz Johnny Ledgerwood Harry Lewis Sherry Line John Loftin Janice Love Roy Love Ophelis Luera Carl Fowler Clifford Garrison Pat George Karen Glenn Donnie Nall Carolyn Hatcher James Hoggins Annette Holly Darlene Housewright Bobby Howard Eugene Hutto Albert Irlbeck R x v 'Q 'SF' fuk Jimmy Mcllaney Freda Malone Gary Malone Lahoma Mason Charlie Mitchell Delores Mullins Jimmy Musick La Noyle Nall Jane Nelson Ralph Nevins Lana Payne Judy Perrin Jeanette Pogue Sue Potter Ouida Purser Nancy Pyeatt Phyllis Riiody Karl Rodgers Dana Rogers Penny Rogers James Rossi Norma Rowland Michael Shelton Elvin Scroggins Wynnette Gay Simms Jim Smith Larry Stewart John Stockett Larry Sturgess Dinah Thompson Pat Timmons Frank Tredway Martha Tubbs .Toe Vandergriff Juana Verver Sharon Vise 'QV' Ray mond White David Jones finds that in the first week of his fresh- man year he must carry upperc1assmen's books. L V ' ' 51111 during the F F A initiation Cf - A I 4. S Pat George and Larry Stewart become young ladies I I 52 ' . . . ' A ' ' . ACTIVITIES I vb 1!,,,,.f"T 'Q-ng 1: in 'L 'W' 3. nf-" .,,.- , -I. -,A -,f-1 u X I -.M -, X I iizgvms f I-'53 tags-'-'unease ii Our activities make us versatile individuals. U Il nf' Wallace Bacher and Charles Aycock conduct a physics experiment. Richard Dalluge explains a solid geometry problem to Gilbert Davidson and Harold Duke. Windelle Peddy and James Neill learn how to use shop tools. Mr. Finley's world history class learns to use the maps Jsi.2fB""'ff .J Typing classes try to improve speed and A' i accuracy, -I-...4. Look ar the srudious srudems in study hall. 54 Dan McDaniel and Alice Joy demonstrate IIHIIBU5 rlllilllll 14158172829 ' ...- gm .1-. un nit.- .... Barbara Potter, Thelma Roper and Nancy Nix are busy working on the school paper. the art of make-up in speech. The civics class takes over the town for one morning. Those holding office were: BACK ROW: B. Lewis, Co. Justice of the PeacegD. Nix, Co. Sheriff, I. McClendon, Chief of it Tommy Goodman recites memory work to Mrs. Higgins in English claSS. Police, D. Newman, Co. Deputy, D, Gales, City Attorney, M. Gardner, Power Superintendent: J. Hill, City Manager. FRONT ROW: E. Brown, Co. Clerk: I. Sorrenson, City Secretary: M. Carter, Co. Attorney, K. Evans, Tax Assessor and Collector, T. Roper, City Iudgeg G. Camp, Co. Judge, G. Carruth, Mayor. xx was ,..i Mrs. Shelton explains an algebra problem to Carolyn Hale, Syd- Flo Bames has 4,250 books to ney Mills, and Sue Brooks. 55 choose from in our library. A V, .. s. ff' f 1. .yi 5 y S WR -K N! W 5 K4 Q ,, NW: ,. to .b -as Are these General Science students the future guardians of our scientific research? fn fx'J'Q' id The Home Ec girls enjoy their modern kit- chens. Robert Caraway, Lynda Cagle, and Don Brooks look over their Readers Digest vo- cabulary words before going to class. Innette Shelton is hard at work in bookkeeping. LaVelda Rose, Shirley Ruland, and Elaine Brown Betty Lou Shulte and Mary Lou Bonds enjoy practice their shorthand. their Home Ec unit on children's clothing. 56 The Latm class emoxs a dlnner scrxcd IH style Donald Gales learns th procedures rn speech Be careful chcmlsts thc burldmq 15 SL111 new! As, HI work on thelr project Carol Butler and Ar11s Culp expcrrcnce the news through the nucroscope L Roy Chandler Sherry Lme pracuce thelr dl'1YlIlQ slull ID dnxers educatxon under theu teacher Coach Hap Ro ers 57 we an Jussi Aftera fleeting summer, registration opens school again. P if-.,. The senior rings finally arrive. We hear such expressions as, "Do I have to take that or "I thought I passed that last year. " Geraldine Boggess, Melvin Bozeman, and Jimmy Bivins admire their senior rings. F13 Wfsigr. "Team fight, team fight, yea, team fight. " The court at the Halloween Coro- nation. f 2 -.1 le ii,-Q gy? Q is E8 , . Students from McMurray College s 'iH.uiiir -f Each year the Methodist Mothers give the seniors a banquet. The guests wait in the church parlor until the meal is ready. provide the entertainment at the banquet. David Hutto is called on to help with a magic trick. i A Q, H ' T' X 5 fva' Judy Sorrenson is one of the school switchboard operators. Each of the six operators receives credit Two new students, Jim lrwin and Alvin Rose, admire a poster to boost school spirit. for her work, 1 T. H. S. students are proud of their beautiful auditorium, which seats 1, 360. , gi-04 fag? ' " P56 -1' I gfgf We A -e , e , e Hwy r' W?x wiv. - , N-, - I ' . , ' ' ' " -- . . 1 ' 42 Q., Ex . I l I' .Al Y I I I, N J I' , kai, The Basketball queen candida: pw TH -. 1 yes 32 as v- A ' ww 'iam M , Y I , f U, 5 5-1 QU f 'Y' , ,pawn W f 'QQ 1 in V,LA Mg , 13. vs wi 'ix 1 .- A - 4 7 4 , , z wx .47 .,v , , x Q. ,W ,, V g 'I' ., 1, K WA 6,1 ' V , - if-.r K . 'ff'-V+. f, f, ',: 1 ' 1 1 A gi' 1 'ix A 4 , I T . A :...-M':'- eww- We-A1'i7'. w ff' I p FT ,,..-,. . 1. 'N 'An -. ' I Q". 'h 41 ' M V U1 J - v e Q-' I X., v ' A 1 J 1 'l ' s A I -:f,eef':Q-fff .e e ,,,,,.f.p N ,fx I --1911 V W 'Q ! Q 5 . 5 1 555 --2 ii, . - I 5 1. aw Q 'S . , hw ' l . x , M I vs? , ,M X V' v V, ilk xx u -P' v 4 Z V bg! st 'rv fy: gui I rx '." I , 32 W ' R 1 'L ' ' 1, Nag- 9, Y -ihgfl,-fl nk? 'hsfw w-293 " 1' - Eg. 'fi -., V L, ww 40 V, fa X 1 iw! C U I , 'Q A -:CP Sf vf av. 91 ,vw- I ,,.r . My.. .,:'N:4- M' z.. A -, ,,,......u---+3015 - Hx. 3 Q5 gf ' PM ""-v"" ' 5-nz. Mi' I " A9 QM I' gf Y , xd 5 ff mx ii JM xx! Jeanette Tudxer IS toast mrstress for the annual The hghts are turned down low and he 15 SIICIHU b d 651 e Iwow let s eatl w T 1 ff ' -4 v i f The ent posed of Sharon Vrse, Glenda Holman, and Nancy Shurbet. 64 ertamment IS furrushed by a IIIO com -Q4 The court jesters serve the club members dates, and guests Why IS everyone so gloomy? Can t you fmd your banquet date'7 'I . ' 5 Y l The queen, lung, and prmcess of hearts are honored at the banquet. - 'X ' 1 1 . . ' - Lf' 'Z if "' x x , 6 ll 4 W ,, ,N 1 ,,, , . ,VA Q . . if vi I H I- J A . 1 1.- . ,I v, A f x E p , w w ' . ' ' fa . i Sweetheart Banquet. t ' 3 ' W 1 1 'K W T Q, .1 ,' A 1 V 1 , 4' N X ' ' . ' n rv - - - D - you. ' T ' .. , . 'a ' 4 3 The speech II classes are presenting plays. This one, "Prize Money", will prove to be hilarious. Muir' Thrs play Nobody Sleeps IS also presented by the speech II class ......... '-"HQ-4 'N 1 Measure it carefully so the cap won t slip off on the eventful day of graduation. G rant Carruth and Fern Ramsey practice for Inter scholastic league Ready Writing. The teachers at the F T A te Joy Alice Joy s song. The time of year has arrived for measuring of the caps and gowns. f Q .1 :fe 4 Q 2 El 1, Q ' ' X ., V 1 , ' ' T . . . aen- . . , . ' ,, ,, . 1 il V - 1 N wh N " T Q , X , Z' sfgf - -'- l " '4 S P -tff. 4' ' 5. .s, .Q . X A "f"T-P Q U, 4 I ' ' Q - . ' ' x ' X , . ,,r 'Q A. 3 ' 61 ' p x 'Lp .- 1 G .. 4 ,A . ,, ,W -:.. " ',w., T E- "" ' Q . I M' 1- V r' 7' Q, . ff 'S ' R I I -4 V -2- f H9951 s f , v .. J.. 4 9 Q l 4 in f' 4 fl ,fwfr gn., nf ,a I I Lf- .J .1 .M ' "" f 1 f - Lk I, I .1 , . Q ,WL v ,E Y ' Liv fl' u -X54-wx ATHLETICS f ' f ,iff 1,1 Sportsmanship is essential in all walks of Iifu. I COACHES Bobby G. Finley "B" Team Coach Bill Philips Freshman coach W. L. Cleveland Assistant head coach Hap Rogers Head football coach 1 Q CAPTAINS Paul Cox - Co -Captain Chris Ward - Captain Richard Dalluge - Co-Captain MANAGER Orville Plunk MN .ham Sefucvw ' 4 PAUL COX DAVID HUTTO SCIDOI' Batik EDMUND PARSONS Seruor Tackle Semor Center l RICHARD DALLUGE TOMMY HINKLE Senror Tackle Seruor Guard CHRIS WARD Senlor Back A .nam 1 ROBERT CARAWAY CLAUD HYATT JIMMY MC CLENDON Senior - End Senior - Tackle SCf1i0r ' Back BYRON LEWIS Junior - Back -P ,Q 1-If if if QE y Junior - Tackle fb 1 " " .ham wa TEDDY CARRUTH Junior - Guard f Qqqga-i511 J ff' n'5'3f'A -.5 ,fo .' ' .f ,, '3"7W '1 '35 - "',"r ',,r, -J ",'ig,:,+ ef! ', -iifvzbf' 3,1-,,--+g ' I f ..f ANY! ,J wa ,,f..,I D, V km-rf-M , .,, , ,, ,1-.f- - ' ' M.. W., . gap-" 1 X 1 ' - . , 4 . - fr' ' Z, rigid., 5 , DUKE IENNINGS Junior - Back JAY VARS Junior - Guard ROY DICKENS Junior - Center A Z! Clleam CULLEN IENNINGS Juruor End f M1 .J SHERWOOD LOVE RAY LYNN BERRY Iumor Center D AV ID VICKERS Iunlor Tackle VANCE BAUER Iumor End ff F DAVID MADURA Juruor Back Jumor End A 4 " Yagi W 4 W is ,r Hornet plunges up th W we my ., ., amsg the the might K e middle as T li V 'W K 1 f ra Short gain ag Y Canyon Eagles 13-7. U a Stops Coaches Rogers and Cleveland point out some of the finer points of football to two backs, Chris Ward and Byron Lewis. , d a te I . n Tug? lslifaiield Wildcats. Lrttlefreld Won mi YY The referee signals "TD" for Tulia as Chris Ward scores against the Lockney Longhorns. Lockney won: 39-13. A 3752 13 T N Y -fJi,5,v? :Is X 's ll Two Tulia Hornets named on the All-Regional team by newspapers are Chris Ward, Backg and Teddy Carruth, Guard. AY -1-"' , f gf-Qs? 95' 44 X4-X i x27fo5i 1 539912 swing Few 53' 6.73" .ham FIRST ROW: T. Rucker, S. Davis, J. White, B. Hulsey, B. Dick, J. Vandergriff, W. Freeman, T. Barnett. SECOND ROW: R. Jaske, B. Goodwin, B. Eastham, C. Newman, G. Grantham, A. George, T. Nuzum, D. Nix. THIRD ROW: T. Childress, J. Upton, D. Elkins, S. Hutson, J. Dalluge, R. Osborne, J. Bradley, Bobby Finley, Coach. fwfr , J , f , mf, A l Q Q fffzeofunan Hmm FIRST ROW: I. Vandergriff, I. Hoggins, H. Bozeman, M. Beasley, F. Treadway, G. Malone, H. Lewis, P. George. SECOND ROW: Bill Phillips, Coach, I. Mcilaney, I. Clayton, B. Howard, C.Mitchell, L. Stewart, D. Burrelsmith, W. Jennings, R. Bates, W. Edwards. CAPTAIN COACH Chris Ward R, W, Stewart .Ganga asm I Sherwood Love, a junior, was kept out of active duty most of the season because MANAGER Thomas Edwards of injuries. CHRIS WARD Senior - Guard ROBERT CARAWAY Senior - Forward Bcqof' .93 ZZ Na!! .7 DONALD GALES Senior - Guard BYRON LEWIS Junior - Forward KENNETH LITTLEFIELD Senior - Forward 4, 6 10: A -. , ' I n .DA , , ,W , Q, Q xx W, Q1 4 wfrffw ' , , Q,,Wg, f 21 X, f Q , ,,,4 V ,. , ' 1 V I- Q ,, 1, yy, f .iv 41 ' - wil 1.1 A , . , ' F N ,, 4 ,:,.m, ' wi A A, f A 41' , 1, , x , ' I It 4 X5 3 '11 Q 1' AVN? A.A.,, V if . ,W f 4422 . Aff, F Q i, .3 ' ,, 1 A ir f if 31 Ni! 30 T' 22 'ff' 21 27 " 23 ? za ,, K zo 21 X 523 X27 v 2E A 1 a..2U5z 251 ,Z . 3 .93 I . 1 Bill Phillips COACH CO-CAPTAINS Casey Love and Fern Ramsey Good referees always add to the enjoyment of the game. Katey Ellis MANAGER 78 if AL if .,,,7LM, , fs - ,, ,-:N G Y X ,i KU -.4 aww' Na '14 5 N. Q Ui, an Avis: N seg! 1-69. ' nf ,gi x 'NL R ini ini- ""'lIuu 'I QQEQFIQQ- if , Q' 4 219 - S x 1 -. f-.nf wwf' sul' x Kill mvilll 1 ,Lf- if Q input url' 'Q-Q. 'au V ,-, gf ,.1,.,. -5 1-'... 'll ...Q ,uw sf? J If A at , .,i1 Q X-, Kit: XZ Q 'W' --'Y .if f 6.93" .ham BACK ROW: Linda Caraway, Melba Ewing, Sharon Love, Judye Brooks, Barbara Vest, Lana Payne, Penny Rogers, Dinah Thompson. FRONT ROW: Jean Taylor, Glenda Cummings, Delores Mullins, Ouida Purser, Loretta Bradley, Janice Love, Carolyn Hatcher, Betty Johnson. Peggywashington, A-team guard, was unable to com- plete the season because of illness. I if Fern Ramsey goes in for a lay up against the Canyon Eagles. Will she make it? 81 unto, Came the Fall, and with it, the football games, as the Tulia Hornets took on the Lockney Longhorns. Then came the Tulia Basketball Tournament. ---Ready --- Aim --- Fire --- Bull's eye!!! 'Q 5' ,,, . x -11, -ww ' s li"' 71 1, ,, Hit 'em High, Hit 'em Low, Come on, Hornets. LET'S GO. 'af 4055. , , f ff um? J a, ' V' 'Q A I 4 w- ,, ' 'EL Q Ma? 3 L L l , .. 1 'Z is f ' ' -, f ' A 1 gf L of f f V 4-514 D . ,tm-. Do it again, Hornets! Make 'em earn their half credit. 82 GPGANIZATIONS 1 ff -149' Q Our orgalmlzatlonb gnc ua pracuual 11N1Hg btarmarus tor .1clucv1us, ucmocracv. -... swf 1 B' ,wks s.. Vi N Q., 5 in His i. fs ,gil QQ, Fern Ramsey Johnny lN1X Glenda Shelby Gay Ferguson Grant Carruth .Wieapmm 86 Carolyn Griffith Dan McDaniel Thelma Roper l N I ' V A17 6 Rst? - - ,ue Euwq, R, Q ' vis 'L jf 413242. Q S it S N iall' fri, T' 3: 'S . 5 5 'Qxf Jr 9 -' :: - , Q ' , Y! . ,, -732 Tl 'lg-7 't N 1 President - Harold Duke Vice-President - Tom Garrison iv SPONSOR Mr. R, W. Davidson SPONSOR SPONSOR Miss Mildred Hulsey Mr. Ralph Stewart Secretary - Edith Herring Treasurer - Marilyn Iobe sa-Z These new members were welcomed into the club at the The smiling countenances reveal that the banq Initiation Banquet. enjoyed by all, 88 UCI WGS Ci 3 n y, 1' 1 N Elaine Brown Grant Carruth Teddy Carruth Paul Cox Judy Dawson Gaye Ferguson Larol brlffith Betty Harman O ,rilvff Le,4,f,Iv'f X' Clnaraf 5' err Hvodenpyle I mul Qamlx 1 Jon 5 'UQ' y Charlet New man D lores Peake Fern Ramsey Jamee use Nanex Shmrbet it L ,, v , + , 1 w 2, L A, , -V 91 ,ft V o- f 4 A ik LA . ,L ,,,rg:.4 ,N My A . 2 22 af Q, if 3, f 1 K - W. , F ty J' 2 3 1' 1 3. 1 1 .. at A It A 4 '4 - M . ,Biff V , , Q ' Q VM ,J ' sf ,135 iii. as ,ff I 3 A? .V ev i ,P-4 WD- , .- vubr. 'B' at Many F T A members do student teachlng one hour each day thus gammg experrence for the future Carolyn Grrfflth and Jrmmy 'viusrck student teach math classes Waurayne Walker PRESIDENT Elalne Brown and Paula Verwer conduct classes rn readmg and spelhng. Mrs Grace Scott Jeanette Tucker SPONSOR LOCAL PRESIDENT Betty Harman DISTRICT TRE AS URER TOP ROW John Stockett Dan McDan1el Don Morns James H111 Waurwayne Walker Judy Sorrenson Carolyn Hale Pat Slmon Judy Brasher Janlce Rector Cullen Jennlngs R L Llttle THIRD ROW Brenda McGavock Jean Barbour lxelda Rousseau Innette Shelton Carol FIIDDO Kay Eaxtham Floydelle Pannell Marltta Jobe Judy Harman Emlly Ward Gaye Ferguson L1ndaCagle Glenda Holman. SECOND ROW Nancy Shurbet Claudette Davrs Carolyn Grlffrth RODDIC Gardner Flo Barnes Elame Brown, Glenda Shelby Glynelle Hoggatt Glorla Camp Rosella Schulte Carolyn Herndon Norma Rowland FIRST ROW Nelda Franks Jeanette Bree Jeanette Tucker Sue Kxmbell lrelene Ferguson Jeanette H111 Kay Evans Sue Brooks Carolyn McGee June McCa1n Marllyn Goodwme Carol Burns Jeanette Pogue 92 ' I OFFICERS STANDING R. L Lrttle Reporter Dwrght Stevens and Norma Rowland Parhamentarrans SITTING Glenda Hol man, Socral Charrman Elame Brown, H1stor1an Ieanette Tucker, Presrdent Nancy Shurbet Vrce Presrdent Emlly Ward Secretary Sue Brooks Treasurer Betty Harman, Socral Charrman. LIBRARY ASSISTANTS FOURTH ROW: K. Eastham, C. Flippo G, Camp, I. Brasher, I. Harman, M. Ew- ing. I. Taylor, C. Herndon. THIRD ROW N Pyean, J Pogue SECOND Row 1 Barbour N Rousseau B McGavock L Caraway, F Barnes, B Allison A Beck man. FIRST ROW S Kimbell, C Mc Gee, I. Ferguson, M Goodwine S Love M. Jobe C Burns Jeanette Pogue 15 portrayrng the character of Florence Nrghtrngale rn the Bookweek Assembly presented by the Lrbrarrans Club Mar11ynGoodw1ne and Bobby Doan portray These glrls are servrng, at the tea grven for the T H S the characters rn the book Love IS Etemal faculty 93 Wi 'SF ,ah 'H fm V -a Y V f ' M. '45 mimi QW - M Q,-Q gm. 3 if J? WJ sw ,, 5 wg ki 45,5 '93 Y Sig, -f 3' 1, 41. Q-. W' me 15 ,va . 3 1' M' T52 we , 9' 'rf . .mrwgak EQ 'E ' f WE? ' 4 NSE .g ' V W3 D Y 1 V"" 4 '54 we Y 1 E -4 a?if .- '94 4 x . 1,33 vi ' H, ,, .--Q.-Ja.:--.S 2 Us ," AQ' 4 ' .M 43 X-15 .f gif K if .4 , 4' 7 1 P A33 A xr Q ,W 4' 'Q 9-. , 5 J sg EN 4 X, gr Q 'i 1 K ,f IQ ' v ' 5:2 "' v I ' .ag M X. -L. a' 53 My E ? 3 H X X X FIRST ROW: J. Harman, E. Burnett, R. Stanaland, M. Goodwine, J. McCain, J. Rector, M. Jobe, D, Smith J. Bice, R. Gardner, F.Carothers, P.Simon,J. Brasher. SECOND ROW: L. Gould, F. Pannell, C. Herndon G. Hoggatt, B. Andrus, N. Andrus, K. Sprawls, M. Dietrich, J. Cosby, R. Shulte, S. Kimbell, B. Dick THIRD ROW: 0. Luera, J. Love, O. Purser, L. Bradley, P. Mullins, L. Payne, G. Cummings, M. Shelton P. Rogers, K. Glenn, N. Rowland, B. Johnson, S. Potter. FOURTH ROW: S. Mills, N. Rousseau, B McGavock, I. Barbour, F. Malone, D. Housewright, C. Hatcher, N. Pyeatt, S. Campbell, S. Vise, D Thompson, D. Rogers, P. Rhody. FIFTH ROW: L. Sonnamaker, J. Smith, W. Loftin, J. Dean, L. Mason M. Orr, I. Pogue, J. Nelson, B. Allison, A. Beckman, A. Holly, F. Bvrd, N. Carruth. fu. Officers are, BACK ROW: Nancy Shurbet, Reporter: FHA SPONSOR .Tanice Rector, Treasurer: Sydney Mills, Parliamen- Mrs. I. T. Barnett tarian: Jean Barbour, Historian: .Tana Morris, Song Leader, Phyliss Rhody, Sergeant-at-Arms: Nancy Pyeatt, Sergeant-at-Arms. FRONT ROW: Mary Lou Bonds, President: Betty Harman, Pianist: Jeanette Tucker, Vice-President: Betty Shulte, Secretary. 97 L Edith Herring is outstanding future home- maker of the year. Outstanding Freshman Homemaker Nancy Pyeatt 98 sl 3 Little chapter presidents are: M. Shelton, S. Vise, J. Jones, S. Billington, S. Kimball, W. Loftin, and F. Byrd. A good grooming program is held during an F. H. A. club meeting. The F. H. A. float entry of the Annual Tulia Fair. 'Q ,,, ,v . , , 1 , 1: 3 M' 1' 7 Q gy 5 Y B 19 Q N "' 3 T 6 Qi W is 'af Q X' QI? ! W f ' ,"1a,'.4. i Q Q A-, gs. . f, -,v. af Y -W2 2 'f JV' 'W " - z I 3 4 "' I TJ' ' 31192-5 H ef, 1, E v fe-ff .4 A - 1 xiii f xx f L? ' W Q up 491' fl ,V 'K 5' ff . f 11 , 1, .f If -il W 1 0- Q ,aww ,Q ff ur ' y, - ' .V 3, 4 Tgirggff g ',V V 5,35 A , Q M- Yf , , K , F , f . . . I ,, f ,WM K , A I N m I N . . .73and FLRST ROW: Judy Dawson, Janice Rector, Betty Bales, LaVelda Rose, Joyce Bozeman, Dinah Thompson, Karen Glenn, Rosella Shulte, Karen Sprawls, Nancy Shurbet. SECOND ROW: JoNell Cosby, Joy Hinkle, Betty Harman, Glenda Holman, Janice Vise, Marlene Dietrich, Jeanette Pogue, Jimmy Musick, Jerry Evans, Marilyn Goodwine, Sharon Vise, Tommy Childress, Emily Ward, Sidney Mills. THIRD ROW: Sue Campbell, Nancy Pyeatt, Jean Barbour, Carolyn Herndon, Bobby Doan, Melvin Hooten, Harry Lewis, Jimmy Hoggins, Dale Swinburn, Bill Goodwin, Billy Doan, Tommy Copeland, John Stockett, Jane Nelson, Harvey Bozeman, Larry Stewart, Betsy Koerselman, Grant Carruth. FOURTH ROW: Floydelle Pannell, Linda Gould, Carolyn Hale, Norma Rowland, Tommy Goodman, Jerry Love, Kay Evans, Dale Stringer, Thelma Roper, Calvin White, Leland House, June McCain, Jim Smith, James Tucker, Larry Starnes, .Tudye Brooks, Brenda McGavock. 100 'Num DIRECTOR PRESIDENT Mr John Butler JCFFY Love BAND OFFICERS President Jerry Love Drum Major Jo Nell Cosby Librarian Rosella Shulte Vice President Tomm Goodman Librarian Marilyn Good wine Secretary Emily Ward Re porter Thelma Roper ALL-REGIONAL BAND MEMBERS FRONT ROW: Carolyn Herndon, Janice Rector, Judy Dawson, La- Velda Rose, Sharon Vise. BACK ROW: Marlene Dietrich, Bill Good- win, Grant Carruth, Janice Vise. 101 bi 3-s . I 1 -44 ' Mfg Joyce Bozeman is cleaning her horn. 102 ' .Wand The band leads the Homecoming Parade. Don't play a wrong note. Drum ' JoNe11 Cosby The band class in action. Band students warm up before class begms ,:,, Qu. ,QE 3 " f ,eva 1, 9 eq' , ,,. 4 f -iffy 'Ueopa 36. MW ffw Spwzto Jaw Vicki Culwell Katy Ellis Twila Haught Faythe Love Presldent Vxce Presxdent Secretary OFFICERS 1. --9 Marsha Srruth Tw11a Haught Katy Elhs T' Fem Ramsey Marsha Smith Peggy Washington Donna Wilkins 105 an W QQ' 1 FIRST ROW: Leeona Dick, Phyllis Reagan, Jean Pogue, Mary Ruth Orr, Carolyn McGee, Yvonne Aplin, Sherry Line, Sue Campbell. SECOND ROW: Sharon Vise, Linda Sonnamaker, Freva Byrd, Gay Sims, Lou Bradshaw, Arlis Culp, Waurayne Walker, Lrelene Ferguson. THIRD ROW: Flo Barnes, Fayetra Carothers, Jim Upton, Wayne Jennings, Cullen Jennings, Patricia Simon, Norma Carruth, SUE CAMPBELL IANICE VISE Accompanist, second semester. Accompanist, first semester. 108 Q It takes lots of practice to make a good cholr Waurayne Walker Treasurer Arlis Culp, Vice-President Sue Campbell, Pianist Sharon Vice, Reporter Cullen Jennings, President 'I09 JOHN BUTLER Choir Dlrector I I R CULLEN IENNINGS President .9 1, '- , f f w 1 ' . r , 12211 ga 1 ' W: "4 ' . HURNET5 Smmi f"' JV, ,fe V hifi vi . ynfbfhhw, rf' 7'f1"'., yu. GGY FSYEUSOU f Penny Rogers 5116 Bl'00k5 Delores Poage - head leader RObeft3 Stanland Marsha Fern Ran-lsey 110 3',S4uad FIRST ROW: Carothers, Stanaland, Andrus, Hoggatt, Andrus, Schulte, Loftin, Dean, Sonnamaker, Walker, Box, Hill, Ferguson, Barnes. SECOND ROW: Bradshaw,McGee,Davis,Tucker,Jobe,Sims, Smith, Gardner, Kimbell, Harman, Brasher, Shelby, Brown, Herring, Haught. THIRD ROW: Bonds, Simon, Jones, Keeling, Love, Pugh, Appleton, White, Garner, Johnson, Brooks, Rogers, Ferguson, Poage, Butler. FOURTH ROW: Simpson, Potter, Johnson, Hatcher, Camp, Rousseau, Ringo, Smith, Boggess, Elliff, Jobe, Flippo, Eastham, Franks, Dean. BACK ROW: Morris, Mullins, Cummings, Malone, Purser, Love, Payne, Bradley, Caraway, Taylor, Love, Ewing. F J Mr. and Mrs. Doug Payne, Sponsors. OFFICERS BACK ROW: Arlis Culp, Treasurer, Marilyn lobe , Report- er, Twila Haught, Decoration Chairman. FRONT ROW: Maritta lobe, Secretary, Kay Eastam, Vice-President, Jana The Cheerleaders lead the yells at a basketball game. Morris, President. lll 112 CO-EDITORS, Carolyn Jones and Grant Carruth BUSINESS MANAGER, Charles Aycock SPONSORS Mr. R. W. Davidson Mrs. Gladys Higgings 7' ,. PHOTOGRAPHER David Jones 3 : gg, Q' K .W f. -fm ir J 1 A 1 ,ZX 5 in ix " Q, he-'Ewan 'W sw! Q 5 . -.il new - SWE ev' ,b . 8 1,4 ,pfz A-nd Q f Q, X.-- NAV X- ,V F-JA-'K-H4111 vs' Nancy are I l fi Uv. 4 Q 1 1 .2 s " 5' i 4 . I gift v X' X, V x , , Q Q' , UWM GAY FERGUSON JUNE MC CAIN BILLY DOAN 7' -if MQ Qw- A 'E 41" Y ITN 1 VICKEY CULWELL BETTY HARMAN , .MM A ...,.3x,.A,. KATEY ELLIS 5,AL., WA, .,'l L ,Aw bf'-95 ff "Q, 'Q Q ' - - Q.. isa 'Q ' v fy, 1' ".?': ,pm- WI-IOS GRANT CARRUTH if Ai WJ wwf if GAY FERGURSON FQEAHJEI Wm? 4 JUDY DAWSON FERN RAMSEY 15 x Q rf . 1 ly fh af f V, V, ,El K, , , fx ' U I g Y N' L' . , . 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S- F 1 as fl 134 Carol Lofun Ronnre Love Steve Mc Gavock Glen Mrlner Mack Mltchell Marrlyn Morgan Sheran Morrls Mark O Dan1el Larry Pyeatt Kenneth Rawls Jean Reeves Ann Rlchardson Rlchard Rrngo Frank Rocha Ir Llnda Rogers Gay Roper Iackle Russell Jerry Sarchett Mark SChC1d Annerre Schultz Margaret Schultz A L Seabourne George Sewell Lmda Sharp Cecil Shaw Karen Smith James Stockett Elaine Sturgess Patricia Sweatt Max Swinburn Davey Thompson I. Thornton Pat Todd Sharon Tole Tim Tucker Bob Turner J W Tuttle Jerry Don Vickers Frances Watts Geraldine Weiss Sharon Weiss Kenny White Patsy Wozencraft Dome Albritten Susan Avent Clarence Bacher Guy Bosley Troy Brasher Lavon Brown Gilbert Burgess Cathrine Butler David Burns Ian Burrow Richard Burton Dan Byrd Leslle Ca gle Joe Lynn Carothers Daryline Caywood Patricia Chandler Leo Chenoweth Cheryl Culwell Melvin Chisum Diane Clower David Cole Martha Lynn Copeland Ivan Crosby Jeff Dalluge ZH' l 'D ' Q iv. saw 114 6 I E- 1 Y N'i V' S xv' S Robert Dawson Kay Dean Eddie Dcvoll Carol Dietrich Ronnie Douglas Freda Easrcp Barry Edwards Lorene Eliff Lynn Ellis Marilyn English Jimmy Ferguson Judy Goodner Maria Guardado B111 Hardy Patsy Harmon Carolyn Hastings Dub Hay Robort Herring Ona Beth Hood Joe Holler Daryl House Janie Hulsex Shirley Inman Judith Irlbeck S Don Johnson Walter Koerselman Joyce Kurtz M1chael Karen Lankford Russell Lewellen Ku Lrttlefreld Gayle Love Mary Frances Lumpkrns Jams Nlarun James Mason Cloyrene Matlock Terry Ml1l1g3D Gary Mlller Larry M1115 Barbara Muchell Orv1l11a Nlorrls Marrlyn 'xiote John Nolen Helen Pannell Carolyn Yvonne Peddy Carol Loulse Plunk Norman Clayton Poasze Nlary Lou Preston Micheal Mills 'ii' 115 S Darrell Rankin James Rice Chris Rios Felipa Rocha Mary Ann Rocha Happy Rogers Dayrd Ruck r Joyee Shuffleld G1or1a Sonnamaker Gary Starnes Rrckre Stark Dale Ann Srrxckland Ann Thomas Beverly Vars Murry Vlse Jr Conme Walker Marale Joy Ward Joseph Whlte Cram ls hrtfrll Paula Dean Wrmberly Dav1d Wynne X-ev' Jrm Arnold Carolyn Bean Larry Blue Joe Larry Boqaess Konneth Bozeman Dean Braly Kenny Braley Sherry Burelsmrrh Lmlre Wayne Byran Sharon Cagle Davld Carruth Gall Carruth Allan Clark Mollle Rose Chfton Pegene Cox Wanda Cramer Jerry Don Cuhfer Mlcal Cummrngs Robert Danrel Rrchard Davls John Richard Drake Lucy Duncan Tommy Edwards Lrnda Evans Mary Sue Feathersto Johnny Glenn Carl Godwrn Shannon Grantham Tlmmy Hagler Sharon Hall r 1 X- 0' ff 403 5 , 5 1 ,fl '? 'L l Q . 49 'S . hath June Harris Connie Mae Hill Bobby Hodges Frank Hooper Sid Hooper John Howell Sharon Hunt Earl Lynn Hyatt Donna Jennings Danny Johnson. Larry Johnson Tommy Kendrick Lynda Ketchum Jerry Lancaster Paul Liles Jimmy Love Ben Luera Connie Magness Larry Mills Larry Dan Milner Sandra Moseley john Stanley Noble Doris Nolen Verhs Oliver Wanda Sue Orr Maxine Palmer Richard Patzig Mary Patterson Pearlie Patterson Shirley Nevins A . 0? 'in-1 14 Ewelxn Pearson Ireta Peek Sharon Pendleton Glyndal Pepper Nlrke Pollard Troy Powell Peggy Purser Bobbv Rawls Tommy Joe Reagan Bobbv Rtce Lynd1a R1chardson Vada Rodgers Chester Rose Ronald Self Don Shackelford hm Pat Sharp Betty Shaw Charles Shelton Jesse Spencer Nltta Srockett Phrlrp Tucker -Xnn Wallace Raymond Whrte Yvonne Whrte Penny Wllkins Ronnie Wynn Sharon Young Vicki Young -4 9 5, -'it-1 -8' i ,N n , 9 g On 0. g u I 5 1? ' A , .. ,I , is 1 f. ,LZ Q :ff I . r' ri W I I as qu, 9: i"f Q.. , . ' "6" I f W I1 ' ,,?"' 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Puprls rn Mr Roberts class study countrles far and near to understand therr drstant netghbors better J ITA Students look forward to recess on the frne Junior I-hgh playground Students retreat back tothe school bu1ld1ng, after a perrod of recess. I .4 Au a A A' ' ff' .ml Q Q . we 15 Ask Sta Mesdames I R. Crocker F S Berry, A H Schulte H S Fhppo Cec11Ledqerwood I: W Chfton C R. Newman, C W Rousseau, Paul Newby .73uo,fD Wa1terCumm1ngs B F Crosby Marty Tucker Lou1sB1ce H F Sarchet F1n1s Cole Johnny 'Xin Rrchard Cagle, Davrd Hutto Leon Foster Bedford Forrest Donda1Basham Robert Taylor """""!"'-9-,.,,,.,,,,w mfwd...,, 4-dw-s.......,,Wd.-vkm -rf-0-m.,,, 'Ll inw- G.. 419' 'Y ,..?w- ELEMENTARY Af ,,"",.ff,x '9'Jl"f,X"" . V ",ff,,' ,ff - " 4 45' fy 1-,f N3 J .X if HE: ,uvbu lb 6-xi A K , 5 t . ki Efmax , Set us an example of gocd qualmes. KERMIT MITCHELL Elementary Principal MRS. JOHN BROWN First Grade MRS. I. W. CLONTZ First Grade MRS. C. W. ROSE First Grade MRS. ELBERT SWEATT First Grade MRS. MAL WYNN First Grade MRS. ESSIE WOZENCRAFT First Grade MRS. BILLIE BIRDWELL Second Grade MRS. CY FREEMAN Second Grade MRS. MONROE MC GLAUN 156 A 'AW fi X MAL WYNN Music Q 9 MRS . JOHN NOBLE Elementary Secretary 1 'Ps sf- 't 'ik Q' MRS. TOM PERSONS Second Grade MRS. HARRY REEVES Second Grade MRS. RAY DOUGLAS Third Grade MRS. NELLIE TIOGGATT Third Grade MRS. BILLY C. LOVE Third Grade MRS. TOMMY MIDDLETON Third Grado MRS. TROY STEWART Third Grade MRS. LEROY ROBERTS Third G rad e MRS. R. H. BRALY Fourth Grade MRS, LAWRENCE DRAKE Fourth Grade MRS. BETTY FRY Fourth Grade MRS. GORDEN GATEWOOD Fourt Grade mefrivzfifwt MRS. GUY SMITH Fourth Grade MRS. TOM LANGSTON Fourth Grade MRS. F. O. AMERSON Special Education 1: -Q v-4 nn uh ou,-4 I su up mdk nn 49 . , . .- Q , - -.. 0 N - ' 9 1 . ' V ' ' i .. " ,, -, '. - 1- 3 Af., , v:-,. N 1' I. .0 1 - l , ' ,...v 'W' ,s at if N lp. ., 4 VY ur ' v 1. 1 7' - 'Q A 4 ," ' V V In ' z ' 1 , B t 4g 4 Q ' 2 Q V, OA. E I X 4 . 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S., .dx K we . A sxlaiialig L IN ' '73, iaith' ff? iff' -we M., S51 215 6+-4 '63 'Hmm 3 ?L ii X s A cool refreshmg dunk IS enjoyed by Floydelle Pannell and Don Moms at the Dany Queen D IRY QLIEE Jw Paul Cox and Judy Brasher adm1re a group of beauuful red roses at the Blossom Shop 176 ! 5 ' . .. I . ' - v. ' Q nf, "' ff , , a . Vance Bauer and Dana Rogers have Just flrushed dlrung at the Tuha Gr111 Here Dana Rogers and Vance Bauer are havrng The Pause That Refreshes I77 BLAIR S CLEANERS fb TRIANGL 1mw.:.m TULIA TIXAS N985 'PR BUTANE Pao BPANE. TRIANGLE BUTANE 178 John Deere dresel tractors thts one w1th power steermg are rnspected by Thelma Roper and Rrchard Dalluge at the MtDona1d Machmery Company where customers are always S8USfl6d MC DONALD ACHI ERY CCDMPAN Here they wart for a lelsurely nde 1n the comfort of a Ponuac gl v'-P 'in--. I79 Nancy Pyeatt IS showlng a muff to Sue Campbell and Pat George Jay Vars and Roger Osborn are admmng a truck cab of Hams Trucks H RRIS TRUCKS Jean Barbour and Buzzy Poage mspect the flne quahty products at Barbour Brothers Ilmmy Musrck rs showmg Harry Lewls a vanety of dress slacks ED CRAWFORD MEN S CRE O 7 I 1 If 1 u R- 10 , Toys are Ymurxijgys FIRST TEACHER choose will can-ef' 6 I' S o I1 S T962 'D 'T-53' ALENE CRABTREE HAIRDRESSING SHOP N W 5th St WY 5 3055 Tu MASSEY HARRIS V HARMAN AND TGLES New NOLAND AND BAGLEY : INSURANCE AGENCY W B WY 2755 BROWN BROS GARAGE 304 N th 87 A 183 ...I G A vs 122 . roadway 5- or ven W ecker Service 1 FOR MUSIC, NEWS, PUBLIC SERVICE, ALL AT YOUR FINGERTIPS KTUE 5 2745 N A ROGER S SUPERETTE WE APPRECIATE YOUR BUSINESS Appl VAUGHN S STYLE AND BEAUTY WESTERN AUTO SHOP ASSOCIATE srokf WY 5 2,20 W B TULIA TEXAS WY 5 3054 T84 - 114 . ustl i ll Il Home iances Seat Covers, and Automobile Aceessories , Phone - 136 . roadway 3 Phone - DALLAS STUDIC wwkezons-SEQUIP ENT co SWISHER GAS AND EQUIPMENT WY 5-308 215 N. Maxwell ' A .yyf X W X A f K ' - 'iff' 1f--Q,.. ............... I ---Q 3 ' Q MIFIINI QIIPPIIFS P PIN! . Phone WY 5-3585 A l85 usr vuun PRUPEHTY weHAV vzcliggflggf- W SOLOMCN AND GOODMAN REAL ESTATE l S E t WY 5 3492 SWISHER CREAMERY Grade A Dairy Products Fine Creamery Butter Natural American Cheddar Cheese 306 E Broadway WY 5 3571 Fme qual ty fab ICS sold by LaVe11e safe adrmred by Ca olyn I nes and Eduh H mg 6 16 . . ls - ' i r' ' ' I 0 ' err' . Y 8 ff' z ., -svfqfffylhz ez' JVM f 4 7? 'ff 414 wf', QA' f- W W, ,, M .,? i ' dv Q. 1 Z , y N M 4,. 4. ,, X -Lv 2 M if Y fs. . L7 SQA Y ,pfv A' 1' 4 V ' f f L im'- V wi? 2 Vmzi :wie MQZWU V 1: s I V 4 ff Q MZ, .M ,, fm, Y 1,4 1' . , -A 5 ,VIZ f X. .aging- 'J' Q' f , Z,,,,ff' J.: W' V f 4, m f - A 4 ' - ,, 1 ,, ' ffl 2 - zfipifz' 2 tj,g?f"'l Yi. f f, . "-,. 3' iff 1' f 1-ff, in km" Q" 1-"gi - - 4 5, H gm "E 1 ,."u" '5' f ,V f W , 1-AQM1 , V i ' tp, ' 5fv?"f'mM?i ' 9 ' :ta :XM 4 if U.- .af 'inks ' W .. . v qw? . 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I 28 , ff V.-45:5 ,aL JMQQ7 ,Er l . - f f 1 ,A T- - J A -I I 'N ,a 7-'fsf I' mrwhx 'Wi Q, N ,' r M """IQv Qvqw , x .Y 1 .W 'Sk Q.: L . f x 155134332 jk gf , . i 1 ' 4 Q t ai E T V 3 gif I ii, CITY DRUG YOUNG AND ELLIS BUTANE 8 PROPANE WY 5 2724 ARNOLD MOTOR CO 201 E Broadway WY 5 3323 . -.I 190 Casey Love enjoys a refreshing drink served to her by Frances Berry at City Drug. STAR GRAIN COM AN The true luxury of a. 1958 Ford d1sp1ayed at Tuha Motor Sales IS admlred by Claude Hyatt and Gxlbert Davldson. TULI MCTGR SALE 191 l ' N .ff 5 ' ,- fm? 'U un n 1 .Y C y 1 . 1 nun 1 D M A Compllments JENNING S FARM SUPPLY FEED HEADQUARTERS Seeds Fertlllzers Insectlcldes Farm Supplles TULIA'S COMPLETE FARM STORE Phone WY 5 3195 192 of 9 R GR Q 13 911.-Q, ww BOSTICKS GROCERY WY 5 2818 REEVE S GAS AND OIL COSDEN PRODUCTS 425 N E Sth WY 5 4488 SERVICE WHEN YOU NEED IT -'I Penny Rogers and John Lofun wlsh for a new Edsel from Cosby Motor Company. COSBY MOTOR COMPANY Y I I 1 I 9 ' W gum HN 6 I QW M l....iri . Q I ,m m ' O lu., down - I "f13?iaQu2y" , ' T111 ia T za W I I , - Q -A A A 1 Tulia, Texas , A, A I A Phone down - , I - I J' 15 H u , A . - Q 7 I 5 ,f , 193 I.. -I TULIA WH EAT G ROWERS 117 N Santa Fe Pho WY 5 3774 COMMUNITY BUILDERS WILSON AND NICHOLS D1a1 WY 5 4424 Tulla T SAVE . W 'nw 4 1 Wk' 0 Sh Ii EISSI5 O HEIXFORD S s E tlre Fa 11y Ladles R ady t W a D1 1 WY 5 3331 5 fi?'D I POST OFFICE CLEANERS Ph ne WY 5 3034 I94 ne - 5 20 ' , exas I' I Ii if H H f :I I if ',' ..,, I Uv S NM I - f I ,:5E5Er',.5EgI'E5EgE5 Av Qi ' AT 4 I ' f 'UHHQHESQ I4f5"W . ' A ,I I, ' I A V I in Q Gent1emen's Wear X :M X Shoe for the 5 .t-.,yupX n ' ' IP. s . b N e - o- e r A 5 ' ro gm , ai k gg' a D gh I ' O - lb! i Grant Carruth and Jerry Hoodenpyle try out an A1115 Chalmers tractor Grant and Jerry select from the many farm products carrred by Allen Doan Farm Supply ji 195 ! I-lEVROLETf X CONNER MOTOR CO SALES SERVICE Scwe Tu WY 5 3565 '1..AYf fx LITTLEJOHN BROS SUPER MARKET bara Vest demonstrates the exqulsue Jewelry found at Clower's Jewelry to CLOWER JEWELRY bby Howa I wo f f 5 ig? 'Q K skid 'MX X E I ' at lia, Te s IELKNK mag Th1s fme tractor on whrch Judy Dawson and Nancy Shurbet s1t IS only one of the superxor products handled by Workman 8C Culwell Machmery Co WCJRKMAN AND CLILWELL MACHI ERY COMPAN E KAY TULIA OLIVER CO SUPPLY COMPANY 'A Complete arm ervi Phone WY 5 3790 Tulia Texas Oliver Purlrla ChOWS Sales and Service Feeds Farm Seeds Supplies G. M. C. 126 N. Austin Sales and Service Dial WY 5-3588 . I 197 7' 1 3 , A 'bn f lf' . A -Q, I I f ' 'H 51 I Q - - ' F S 'een - G Patsy Johnson and Carolyn Grlffrth are casung wrshful glances at a beautrful dress from Northcutt s Dress Shop ORTHCUTT A record 15 berng selected by Lmda Garner and hmmy McHaney at Wllson s Camera Store WILSCN S CAMERA STORE 198 r 9 9 ,Qual SWISHER CDU TY RE R L Lxttle watchxng B111 Goodwm demonstrate a new addmon to the fme fac111t1es at the TUL HER LD Tu11a Herald I99 Congratulatlons to the of Tulla Hlgh School FIRST ATICNA BA K CONTINUOUS SERVICE SINCE 1902 Tulla, Texas 200 1958 Senior Class HOME FURNITURE AMBU'-ANCE COMPANY H lma Ma g T 1 ph WY 5 4477 WALLACE FUNERAL HOME 1 W Z t h f M G g d Pum MC GAVOCK DRUG AND PUMP SERVICE a T 201 "Where Homes Begin -L- H. G. o n, na er 2 one down - T l'a, T .4 y 'WI 305 est Broadw y -P .ALL Phone wydown 5-3742 mm. M-mfhis is he ome o c avock Dru an p Service. Tuli , exas nav ., Gaye Ferguson purchases some of the 1:1116 cosmetrcs on drsplay at Heard and Jones from Mrss Mrldred Smnh and Marsha Srmrh Here they look at the mugs rn the Jewelry department 202 PERRY BRCS FRIENDLY FIVE AND TEN Tu TRA T ' Efnnes Heumwis WMDDD FDR NNE Funn -.I 40 WAYNE S HILLCREST CAFE A P., Ltxk t h f 1958 em emb 9' PaY S to advertize in th TULIA HORNET 0 ' :IL- .fb Q lia, Texas F i' 'it Try N N Q .TE Sho x""i E Q , O ' ::d. ' Congratulations o t 4 7 Y' 4A Seniors o I I .af Wg. AP" xy NT R CULLEGIATE P Kunsns Cnty 9.: .'e's ine' M:'.'Jf'.'-2' 31:-B FAETOZY HOME OFFNCE "F i H I F C U ,An Y JD J LFE WH no1f0"""' Y I 71,1 I fl h 1 .IJ ll A L,..l. v i .1..-an-aw LIIJ' I I H1 'I , ' ', 11141K ff 'IIVA I, I m jmum-'-'f '-'--" '-'- ,l,'-J, fI,fl'-'17, I-'-fa " "f, I 'a music ' lplll IJ -lv - , .,J-rm 'L 'jx '-','-- fy' 'i ' ' -f 1' L " - '-,L -,li in I .4 -5- x,u, U-' '-'- - A' 1 'f'-'f' -' V 1731. 21,5 ' ' gf Q" 1 nl ul5v'- fr: IlL,l,',L g ll'L,'5.f 1 . 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