Tulia High School - Hornet Yearbook (Tulia, TX)

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A v A I la .1 -1 ,a - , gr. ' ff - .- . . ' X . ..,- '- 2 U . A .'. 3.-A, 1' -. -- 1 J . ' - ' 'v'E- Y 1' 'nf' A 7 Q ,U f a 4 m ' - R - a ' ' 4 ' .W K . .ng , .1 'Q -3 -ix 4? x' . st n- W 'nz- xg ,I 1 L s - l . X I Hornet Tulm Hfgll Sclzoof Tu m, Texas Volume 10 Velma French Carl Hale and Cora Leonard were the f1rst graduaung class from th1s nme room buck bu11d mgconstrucredm 1907 Sam Hughston was supermtenderrt QQ 1-e S ii, MW . ,, 5, f W QQ? X25 8 F f, Q 5 5 I 4 A. . .f 34-5 if " ,Q wr' Pia- , . .1 'W' , . a 15 i1 g5Qf A haf' ge. xi 2 ygiib ,7 fm: 3, 3 , 1,585 3 Jin - , , ,N ,fi , 2 M 'it It is with admiration and respect that we, the annual staff, dedicate this year's HORNET to you, the Seniors of 1959. In walking across the platform to receive your diplomas, you are marking the end of an era - an era of accom- plishment and fulfillment. The first graduating class of 1910 and the other classes which have pe- ceded you have made an im gint on our school and curriculum. They are now fulfilling their places in life. You, too, will soon be seeking the fulfillment of your ambitions and goals. We hope that you are successful in your quest and that the next fifty years will bring as much happiness and achievement as the last fifty. Confenfs -g.. X V, , X . X , K 1 X . 1 X Hfglz Sc oof ,bbw 1'-Q.-.....- Ncwcsi uf the lauildirigwzz the campus, thc high schoul was built in Lvuu. Gymnasium ww mf ,Q The high schuol and Y umur high both use zhc gymnasium completed in 1949. - -Q dk Cafefemcz 5CI'VlI1jL Ihu LlI1U1'C'lU1lL1 Public: Schmwl Syszum 15 the uuffruria. Qaiablighud lu lzlilo. I .,,. -u-tgp., E W 7. 1 fi lu : rw" " , isis, -'ff . . - 5 L . , VJ. f f -lr i ,,,, ,ea l W, -, :,f:- 3' - x .3 2 I ,Qi 'A- f' . Qt vi Y. 'A "' T V- -'vi-Q -.:-- - - 4 - 5' 1 "'F""v4A. .'J'- - -V -U H ': .- A. e ,fr 4' .Li aah Q J ,"," , :fl 3, I '11 I' fin S -9 ' - 15,1 . ' af, , -j.,.l3.--. vw' "'-U-If -uf' ,. 1' -.-d". ' ' 1:71, - O, H. ,, 5 , , , Home conomws Coffage Erected in l94l9 the horne ec. build- 'ngzerves home econornicsclasses and many community functions. 149 ' 'L ,.L. 2' ,,', tf7f'??'ff 5 , ' 4' I H ' L 3 f ' - V k , Agrwu furalBu1 mg lv, ,,,, S , , , , 'vanessa-wwftw-wxsn-aww A as , MA . vga. . ,, 'W-l:'m,z5"':f f. , -,, 3' A if 3, 5,4 4 gg--H: , 4 V f' R 7' i a ,- .5 i t r, ' YM Kwai' ' ' ,. .I ' f """""'3c'4if.eq'azaf , 2. av. , - . r .f. fx., f- W, "N" ,Q If sm . 'syn - A Z., .W Q ,, A A A i --1' Q ' nQ 1 n fr Q r 7 1 Q 1 4 la 6 7 " ' 9' , .1 Q., 5 nm. V - ., A , ,V ,. ff-X.. X 9' ' ' 5.4 - - ' ,, '-, 111816 . ev.. '- flu' 1' 1' Q f 9 , , fs , :iw X FN i Y' J , 52? W 5' W, K' k , Q M, 3 r- ,mu YM . .B JI if f - -v .mf ' Intended originally to accommodate the first and second grades, the ag building was completed in the spring, of 1949. y X of O . 1 N 7 X 1 ,, f fiom , , Q 1 f , - IP . I .I Z. Q I Vocaffona Inclusfrfa Building Directly in from ot' the high school is the vocational industrial building, which was moved here in 1949 and has since been added on to. ll M an W LL,.!...--S l eniral Wfar L I I un IO r :gli Till! oldmi wiiiidiml on the campus is thi jiiiiiwrliigli zvliiuig if tliirrx -six ycarf old, wqif Fwiiilt iii 193.-,. lYillrll1iiUI'.lI haslioused eve rj: gradc. rY 85258 i I lm fo 17 ,I 'To c 'V 1 'K ' 24 f D r f 1 W 7 I 'x - r gali l N h ...M .4 , -,J . ' N,-fi W i-fb . . . i f ' S -' 'lf-T ff -' i .iwzf :qi 1 '-'vi-f 1 ,A if-f ' -- .N . lp , Yr ,V r J'J:5 X eff J r . . -J---- ..j',?,l5.x.x. 3 a 4.0. . Q , J X. 9 :K 5 in f V X V1 J.,-Ear, Q, '1 , N , -- - - . - . Q , . , - I . h ,V v ,fluid CJ' limi "- ' 1.-Lo .' I 1 Y . N 5- f .t 1-q',lyw lf' Qzfzife-f "Si.'f-5313 7-. 1 7 ' 7 . V - ' -'fi Q1 "1 "- 4- V-'ik '- 4-41-Y " 'I b ' - :-7.- ix 'u4..- g' 54 L: Fwr eight ycarsfdllwwirig itscdzisiructiimiri 194- iliisbuildiiig was tlic high school. Nm-.' Ilic zliirdaiid fdiirth grade: ,irc locarird iii Cumral Ward. asf Wfar lu A153 thu llasi 'ward wagurccrcd fur tlic me of iliu :liirdaiid iourili grade,-. Siziuu thuii air .miid-. lid: bcunaddcd and rliu build- ing iiww surws iliu first JDO fcuoiid grades. nl. I -1, ' - Adgnn.. Ja -is . f -- - ..,.4-ow U 'WJ 17 5' afwx 44' A mmmfrahon Our administration and faculty hate changed from one teacher who served as administrator, too, to four administrators today with a faculty of sixty-eight. Dr. C. L. Sone represents the former administrators while Mr. and Mrs. Walter Edwards, alumni, represent today's faculty. 'Who J- 4 - As a result of Mr Swinburn s hobby land- scaping, all the schools now have shrubs. Mr. Swinburn is shown as he trimmed a spruce in front of East Ward Y. Lg..,.,-ff--1'-L" I upermien ent W V SWINBURN Supenntendent B S North Texas State College M E Texas TCChI'lO1Og1C31 College Experlence 12 years as Supermtendent ln Tul1a 33 years teachlng expertence 1U all Improvements Durrng Mr Swmburn s superlntendency the school has grown from 32 to 72 tea chers The plant has mcreased from 3 to 9 bulldlngs My-V Prmwpa R W DAVIDSON Pr1nc1pal B A Hardm S1mmonsUn1vers1ty M A Texas Technologlcal College Graduate study West Texas State Washmgton Uruversny Umverslty of Texas EXPERIENCE Anson Hlgh School Memphis I-hgh School P1a1nv1ew Hlgh School Hart Hlgh School Tu11a I-hgh School fmynwwmw WW f 'WJ Mr Davidson supervlsed Bobby Doan and Tommy Cluldress ln then' physxcs expeument on the surface tension of water, demonstrated by floaung a steel needle on water I3 Boar of Eclucaffon ' " y ' W ag 4 Dx W SCh61d C J Vars Harvey Mllner Otls Harman W O Puett L F Campbell Roy Devm W 1 mwmburu Lloyd Butler Parenf eac er S Associahon Vi N7 Q. N' Jz Mrs Ray Barbour Treasurer Mrs E Nl Howell Secretary Mrs w11SOHWh1IC P1'6S1dCI1I Mrs H T Copeland Parlramemauau Mrs James Hodges Hrstorzan Mrs Wayne Blount Vlce Pres1dent fnor prcruredj MRS. DOUGLAS PAYNE Typing, Shorthand B.A. , Panhandle A.8rM. RICHARD BREWSTER Study Hall Mc Murry College f MRS. WALTER EDWARDS Home Economics B. S. , West Texas State MRS. J. T. BARNETT Home Economics B.S., New Mexico A.8LM. RALPH STEWART Chemistry, General Science Athletic Director, Boys P.E. B. A., M. A. , West Texas State DOUGLAS PAYNE Biology B. S. , Panhandle A. 8LM. ffl KENNETH PATTON Shop B. S. , West Texas State QQ- W. L. CLEVELAND Girls P.E. , Assistant Football Coach. American History B. S., West Texas State BEN KELLN Attendance Personnel, Civics, World History B.A.. University of Washington LEROY ROBERTS Girls Basketball, Boys P.E. B.S., M.A., West Texas HAP ROGERS Head Football Coach, Drivers Education, American History B.S., M.A., West Texas State RALPH COPE Algebra, General Math B.S., ACC MRS. CLAUDE SHELTON Algebra, Plane and Solid Geometry B. S. , West Texas State CHARLES SEARCY Algebra, General Science M.A., West Texas State WELDON MANSFIELD Vocational Agriculture Il and III B. S. , Texas Tech JOE HOLMES Vocational Agriculture B. S. , Texas Tech --.....,. -..,...,,.., ,W . , PULIIKM MRS. BESSIE HICKS English, Bookkeeping B.S., West Texas State MRS. NELL WEDDING English B.A., M.A., West Texas MISS MILDRED HULSEY English, Latin B.A., Trinity University M.A., George Peabody MRS. ROSEMARY HARDER English, Journalism, Annual B.A., Ft. Hays Kansas State M. Ed., West Texas MR. IOHN BUTLER Band B.M.E., West Texas MRS. TED SPONHOLTZ Choir B.A., Baylor University 95. :Q X S N 4 MRS. S. C. SCOTT Librarian B.S. , North Texas State M.A., West Texas MR. LONNIE JARRETT English, Speech B.A., West Texas aculfy Activities Mr Lonnre Jarrett speech teacher IS shown g1v1ng advrce to Judy Har man and Judy Brasher 1n a 11ne re hearsal for the Juntor play If you are energeuc enough to come to school about 8 10 every mornrng you w11l probably f1nd the home economlc tea chers Mrs J T Barnett and Mrs Walter Edwards along w1th some other teachers tn the offtce Slgfllflg 1n Acceptlng Roy Dlckens admxsston to a basketball game IS one of the coaches Mr Dub Cleveland who also teaches Amerrcan Htstory Not all of the teachers rn T H S lrxe rn Tuha Mrs Well Weddlnv freshman Enghsh teacher hves ln Amartllo and Mrs Besste Htcks ophomore Engllsh teacher hves rn Canyon Here we see them pre parrng to return to therr homes after a day at school 'I8 Betng served by Jeanette Pogue and Sherry L1ne at a L1brar1an s coffee are Mrs Douglas Payne her bro ther Mr Charles Searcy and Mr Douglas Payne The Paynes and Mr Searcy are the only teachers 1n lugh school that are of the same famrly Non ' Teac ing Sfajq MR5. I. ROSS CROCKER Lunchronm Supervisor ,rw L'.l MRS. WARREN LEE BELL HRS. UIQ I"I'Y BRYAINI Sccrctary to the Supurilltcildulll Sucrclary to the N., Huh Sclwwl Pri11c1p41 MR. W. O. PUETT Tax Collector and Assessor MRS. WILSON WHITE Secretary to the Tax Collecto and Assessor Ca eferm f Mesdames C R Newman Beu1ahSm1th Cec1lLedgerwood I T Gunnell E W Clrfton Paul Newby C W Rousseau A H Schulte H S Flxppo I R Crocker Bus Dr1 vers Iw an Crosby. John Reeves, Tommy Goodman, Frnnrs Cole, Denms Nrx, Marty Tucker, Ed Vaughn, B111 Neely, Robert Gardner, Lonmelarreu, Ralph Cope, C1os1sOsburn Rrchard Brewster and Dondal Basham, foreman, fnot prcturedj f ' aff C GSSQS Currlculadurlng the flfty years has evolved from sohds as mathemaucs Engllsh Lattn and hlstory to a perrod when vocatlonal subjects such as typmg, homemaklng and agrlculture were added The pendulum has swung agaln to throw emphasls back to the solids and to stress pure scrences such as chemxstry ln thls perlod of technologlcal development 1'l101'S CLASS OFFICERS: Charlie Newman, Presi- dentg Jeanette Tucker, Secretaryg Teddy Carruth, Historiang Duke Jennings and Sue Brooks, Student Councilg Glenda Holman, Historian: Jane Marie Jones, Treasurerg Mary Lou Bonds, Vice-President. ' SPONSORS: Mrs. Anne Shelton, Mrs. Grace Scott en io rs YVETTA APPLE TON F.H,A, 1,2,3, Junior Degree 1g F.T.A. 2,3, Officer 3, Student Teaching 2, Choir 1,2g Librarians 1, Pep Squad 1,2,3,4g Office staff 3,43 Switchboard 2. THORAN AVENT F.F.A. l,2,3,4, Judging Team 1,2,3,4, Livestock 1,2,3,4, Lone Star Farmer 3, V.I.C. 2,4, Officer 4. CHARLES AYCOCK F,F,A, 1,2,3,4, Officer 3, Judging Team 1,2,3, Livestock 2,3, Meat Judging 2, F.F.A, Chapter Conducting Team l,2,3, F.H.A. Pin-Up Boy 4, Thespians 3,4, Officer 4, Star lgJunior Play, Band 1,2, Swing Band 1,2, Annual Staff 2,3, Business Manager 2,3g Student Council 3,4, Officer 3,4g Class Officer lg Quill and Scroll 2,3,4g U.I.L. Declamation 1,2,3, District Winner l,2,3, Regional Winner 2,3g Mr. T.H,S, Nominee 4. FLO BARNES F.H.A. 1,4g Librarians 2,3,4, Library Assistant 3,4g PepSquad 3,4g Choir 1,3. your ig y TOMMY BARNE TT F,F,A, 1,2,3,4, Judging Team 1,2,3, Livestock 1,23 Football l,2,3,4. VANCE BAUER F.F.A. 1,2, F.F.A. Chapter Conducting Team 1,2g Electronics Club 1,2g "T" Club 3,-4, Football l,3,-1, Nominated for 1959 Football Dream Team, Track 1,2,3,4g Band 1,2, Band En- sembles 2, Swing Band 1. RAY BERRY F.F.A. 2,3,4, Officer 4, v.1.C. 3,43 HT" Club 3,4, Officer 4, Football 1,2,3,4g Basketball 1. SELENDA BILLINGTON F.H.A. 1,2,3,4g Librarians 4, Library Assistant 1.2, F.T.A, 1,2,3,4, Officer 4, Student Teaching 4, Pep Squad lg Choir 1. ear egfns .W 7 enfors MARY LOU BONDS F.F.A.Rodeo Queen 2, F.H.A. 1,2,3,4, Officer 3, State Degree 3, Librarians lg F,T,A. 2,3,4, Officer 3, Student Teaching 2, Thespians 3,4, One-Act Play 3, Vespa 4, Officer 4, Pep Squad l,2,3,4, Cheerleader 4, Basketball l,2,3,4, Captain 4, Volley- ball 1,2,3,4, Annual Staff 3,4, Co-Editor 4, Class Officer 4, Quill and Scroll 4, Miss Flame 4, Football Queen 4, Basket- ball Queen Nominee 3, Halloween Queen Nominee 2, Miss THS 4, F.H.A. Junior and Chapter Degrees. SUE BROOKS F.H.A. l,2,3,4, Junior Degree 1, Chapter Degree 2, Librar- ians l,2,3,4, Officer 3, F.T.A. l,2, Student Teaching 1, Thespians 3,4, Officer 4, One-Act Play 3,4, 4-Stars, Pep Squad 1,2,3,4, Cheerleader 3,4, Head Cheerleader 4, Band l,2, Ensemble l,2, Annual Staff 4, Student Council 4, Hallo- ween Queen Nominee 3. CAROL BURNS F,H.A. 1,2,3,4, Librarians 3,4, Library Assistant 2,3, F.T.A. 1,2,3,4, Student Teaching l,4, Pep Squad 1, Choir l. KENNY BURROW F.F.A. 1,2,3,4, Officer 4, Crops Team 1, Land Judging Team 3, Chapter Conducting Team 3, District Officer 4, Golf Team 4, Basketball 1,2, Annual Staff 1. You get your Senior rings you are CAROL BUTLER F,H,A. l,2,3,4, Librarians 1, National Honor Society 4, Pep Squad l,2,3, Choir 2. TEDDY CARRUTH F,F.A. 1,2,3,4, Officer 2,3,4, Grass Judging Team 2, Live- stock Judging Team 2,3, Lone Star Farmer 3, Chapter Con- ducting Team 2,3,4, District Winner 3,4, State Quiz Winner 1, District Public Speaking Winner 1,2,3, District President 3, Area President 4, Farm Bureau Greenhand Award 1, District Star Farmer 3, National Honor Society 3,4, Officer 4, Thespians 3,4, Contest Play 3, Electronics Club l,2, Offi- cer 2, "T" Club 2,3,4, Football l,2,3,4, Co-Captain 4, All- Regional 3, Band 1,2, Swing Band 2, Hornet Staff 4, Boys' State 3, Who's Who 3, Class Officer 2,43 U.I.L. Declamation 1, Debating 2,3, Mr. T.H.S. Nominee 4, Junior Play 3. JANELLE CHANDLER Entered Junior year from Bledsoe, F.H,A. 4, Pep Squad l,2, 4, Cheerleader 2, Basketball 1,2,3,4. THERON CULWELL F.F.A. 1,2, 3,4, V.1.C. 3,4, Officer 4, Class Officer l,2. eniors J-RVIMY CUIVHVHNGS F.F.A. 1.2.3. Judging Team 1,2g V.I.C. 4, Officer 4g Basketball l,2g Football l,2g Band lg Class OfflC61' 2. CLAUDETTE DAVIS F,H,A, l,2,3g Librarians 1,2,3,4, Library Assistant 1,'2,3g F,T,A. 43 Thespians 4g Pep Squad 3g Band 1,2g Hornet Staff 3,4g Junior Play 3g One-Act Play 3. JUDY DAWSON F,H,A. l,2,3,4, Officer 1,2, Junior and Chapter Degree, Out- standing Freshman, F,H.A. Girlg Librarians 1,2, Officer 2g F.T.A. 4, St udent Teaching4g National Honor Society 3,45 Band 1,2,3,4, Officer 4, Band Ensembles l,3,4, All State Band 1,2,3, All Regional Band 3, Swing Band 1, Band Sweetheart Nominee 4g Choir 1,2, Officer 2, Annual staff 1,3,4, Co-Editor 4g Who's Who 3g Class Officer 35 V.I.L. Spelling 1,2, V.I.L. Typing 3g Miss T.H.S. Nominee 4, Junior Playg Band Contest Solo 1,2,3,4g Quill and Scroll 4. JOHNNIE JO DEAN F.H.A. 1,2,3g F.T.A. 2,3,4, Student Teaching 3g Pep Squad l,2,3,4g Choir 1. I 0 fllQ honorees of the banquet ROY DICKENS F.F.A. 1,2,3,4, Judging Team 3g F.H.A. Pin-Up Boy 45 "T" Club 3,45 Football 1,2,3,4, Captain 4g Basketball 1,2,3g Mr. T.H,S. Nominee 4, Class Favorite 3. KAY EVANS F,H.a, l,2,3,4g Librarians 1,2,3,4, Officer 4g F.T.A. 4,Student Teaching 4, Thespians 3,4, One-Act Play 3, 2 Starsg Band l,2,3,4, Band Ensembles 3,4,SwingBand 2,Majorette 3,45 Choir 2g Ensemble 2g F.F,A. Rodeo Secretary 3,41 U.I.L. Ready Writing 1. WAYNE FREEMAN F,F,A. 1,'2,4g "T" Club 47 Football 2,3,43 Track 1,2,3. MONTY GARDNER F.F.A, 1gV.I.C, 4g Thespians 3. 'D- 1-is F., i ,T O 91110 TS ROBERT GARDNER F.F.A. 1,2,3,4, Electronics Club lg Band 1,2. LINDA GARNER F.F.A. Rodeo Secretary 4, F,Il,A, 1,2,3,4, Librarians l,2, F.T.A. 3, Pep Squad 1,2,3,4, Choir l,2, One-Act Play 3. ALLEN GLENN F.F.A. 1, Chapter Conducting Team 1, Thespians 3,4, One- Act Play 3,4, Football 1, Band l,2, Swing Band l,2,Choir 1, Ensembles 1, Class'Officer 3, Junior Play 3. TOMMY GOODMAN Librarians 1, F.T.A, 4, Student Teacher 4, Thespians 3,4, One-Act Play 3, Contest Play 3, 3 Stars, Electronics Club 1,2, Band 1,2,3,4, Officer 3, Ensemble 1,4, Swing Band 2,4, Junior Play 3, Office Staff 3. asf time on Stage for many of you BILL GOODWIN Football 1,3,4, Band 1,2,3,4, Officer 4, Ensemble 1, All- Regional 3, Swing Band 2, Choir l,2, Ensemble 1, Annual staff 3, Class Officer 3, Golf Team 4. BETTY HARMAN F,l-LA. l,2,3, Officer 3, Librarians l,2,3, Officer 2,3, District Officers 3, F.T.A, 4, Student Teacher 4, National Honor Society 3,4, Officer 4, Thespians 4, 1 star, Pep Squad 4, Band l,2,3, Ensemble 1,3, Hornet Staff 4, Junior Play 3, One-Act Play 3, F.H.A. Junior Degree. TWILA HAUGHT F,H,A, 1,4, Librarians 1, F.T,A. 2, Student Teacher 2, Vespa 2,3,4, Officer 3,4, Pep Squad 1,2,3,4, Officer 3,4, Cheerleader 4, Basketball 1,2,3,4, Volleyball l,2,3,4. GLENDA HOLMAN F,H.A. l,2,3, Librarians l,2,3, Officer 3, F.T.A, 4, National Honor Society 4, Thespians 3,4, One-Act Play 3, Pep Squad 4, Band l,2,3, Ensemble 3, Choir 4, Officer 4, All-Regional 4,SweeLheart4,Ensemble 4, Hornet Staff 4, Class Officer 4, Junior Play 3. eniors MARIE HUTTO F.H.A, l,2,3,4g Librarians 1,2,3g F.T.A. l,2,3g Student Teach- 5-TE l.2.3: VeSPa 43 Pep Squad l,2,3,4g Basketball l,2,3g Volleyball l,2,3,4g Band 1, Band Ensemble lg Hornet Staff 3: .Tunior Play 3, One-Act Play 3: Halloween Nominee lg Basketball Manager 4. CULLEN .TENNINGS Librarians 2,3,4, Officer 2,4g F.T.A. 4g Thespians 3,4, 3 Starsg Electronics Club l,2p Pep Squad 1,2,3,4g Football 1, 2,3g Basketball lg Track 1,2,3,4g Golf 4g Choir l,2,3,4, Of- ficer 2,3, All-State Choir Alternate 2,4, All-Regional 4, Ensemble l,2g Junior Play 3g One-Act Plays 3g Office Staff 3, DUKE I E NNINGS Moved from Canyon Sophomore year, F.F.A. 1,2, Grass Judg- ing Team 1.2: F.H.A. Pin-Up Boy 3g National Honor Society 3,4, Officer 45 "T" Club 3,4g Football 1,2,3,4g Basketball l,2,3,4g Track l,2,3,4g Student Council 4g Class Officer 3, Mr. T.H.S. 4. JANE MARIE JONES F,I-LA. 1,2,3g Librarians lg F.T.A. 2,3,4, Officer 3,4, Student Teaching 2,35 Pep Squad 1,2,3,4g Choir 1,23 Class Officer 3,4. Q to as you give file senior p ay NANCY KEELING F,H,A. 1,2,3, Junior Degree and Chapter Degree, Librarians lg F.T,A, 2,3,4g Thespians 4, One-Act Play 4g Pep Squad 1, 2,3,4. BYRON LEWIS National Honor Society 3,4g "T" Club 1,2,3,4, Officer 45 Football l,2,3,4g Basketball 2,3,4g Track 1,2,3,4g ClassOfficer 1,35 Class Favorite 1. MICHAE L LILES Entered from Amherst Junior Yearg F.F.A. 1,25 Band l,2, 3,4, Officer 2, Swing Band 1,2, Band Beau 2. OLIVE LOVE F.H.A, 1,2g Librarians lg F.T.A. 2,3g Pep Squad 1,2,3,4g Choir 1,2. 1. enio rs SHERWOOD LOVE F .F .A. 1,2, Judging Team 1, Livestock lg Electronics Club 1g "T" Club 4g Pep Squad 1,2g Football 1,2,3gBasketball 1,2,3,4g Track l,2,3,4. LETHA LUSTER Entered from Scranton, Senior Yearg F.F.A. Sweetheart 4g F.H.A, 1,2, Officer lg V,I,C. Sweetheart 4gPepSquad 4g Cheer- leader 3g Basketball 1,2,3, Co-Captain 1, Captain 3g Track lg Volleyball 1,3g Student Council 2,3, Officer 3g Class Officer 1,2,3g U.I.L. Declamation 3g Class Favorite 1,2,4g Junior Play 3g One-Act Play 3. DAVID MADURA F,F,A, 1,2, Grass Judging Team 1,2g National HonorSociety 4g "T" Club l,2,3,4, Officer 4g Football 1,2,3,4g Basketball 1, 2,3,4g Track 1,2,3g F.F.A. Quiz Team State Winner. J ANA MORRIS F.H.A. 1,2,3, Officer 3, Junior Degreeg Librarians 1g F.T,A. 2,3,4, Officer 3,4g Pep Squad l,2,3,4, Officer 3g Choir 1,2g Class Favorite 2. you, the 50th C ass, mar THOMAS MULLINS F.F.A, 1,2, Livestock Judging Team lg V.I.C. 3.4, District Contest 3g Football 1. GARY MYERS Entered from Aspermont Sophomore Yearg F,F.A. 1,2, Officer 1. CAROLYN MC GEE Entered from Matador, Junior Yearg F.H.A. l,2,3,4, Junior and Chapter Degreesg Librarians 3,4, Library Assistant 2,3g F,T.A, 2g Pep Squad 1,2,3g Annual Staff 2,4g U.I.L.So1o 2. CHARLES NEWMAN F.F.A. 1,2, Grass Judging Team 1,2g National Honor Society 3,4g "T" Club 1,2,3,4g Basketball 1,2,3,4g Student Council 2g Boys' State 3g Class Officer 2,4g Class Favorite 4g F.F.A, Quiz 1: Mr. T.H.S. Nominee. eniors' DENNIS NIX V,I,C, 4, Electronics Club 1,2p "T" Club 2,3,4, Pep Squad lg U,1,L. Debating. NANCY NIX F,H.A. l,2,3,4g Librarians 4, F.T.A. 2,3,4, Student Teacher 2,33 Pep Squad 1,2,3,4g Band 1,2g Choir lg Hornet Staff 3, Rodeo Queen Nominee 2. LOUISE ORR F.H,A. 1, Junior Degree. CLOIS OSBURN F.F.A. l,2,3, Judging Team l,2,3, Livestock Team l,2,3, Chapter Conducting Team 1,2,3g V.I.C, 4g Bus Driver 4. the env! of an a PAT PUGH F.H.A. l,2,3g Librarians lg F.T,A. 2,3,4g Pep Squad l,2,3,4g Choir 1,2. JOHN REEVES F.F.A. l,2, Judging Team l,2, Chapter Conducting Team l,2g V.I.C. 3,-4: Track 1,2. SUE REID Entered from Silverton, Freshman Yearg F.H.A. l,2,3,4g Library Assistant 4g Pep Squad l,2,3,4g Choir lg One-Act Play 25 Member of Tulia Rodeo Team, Rodeo Club 2,3,4. GRACIE MAE SHIPLEY O Q72 IOTS NANCY SHURBET F.l-l.A. 1,2, 3, 4, Officer 1, 2, 3, Junior and Chapter Degrees, Rodeo Queen Nominee 1, Librarians 1, 2, 3, 4, Officer 2, 3, 4, F. T. A. 3, 4, Officer 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Thespians 3, 4, 1 Star, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Officer2, Ensemble 1, 2, 3, Sweet- heart 4, Student Council 1, 4, Officer 4, District Officer 4, Class Officer 3, U.I. L. Spelling2, 3, Miss T.H, S. Nominee 4, Miss Flame Nominee 3, Class Favorite 1, Junior Play 3, One Act Play 3. KARA SMITH Entered from Vernon Senior Year, F. T.A. 3,4, Officer 4, National Honor Society 1, Pep Squad 4, Band 1, 2, 3, Officer 3, Annual Staff 3, Business Manager 3, Student Council 3, Who's Who 3, U.I. L. Typing 2, Shield Staff 2, Halloween Queen Nominee 4. IEANETTE TUCKER F.H.A. 1,2, 3, Officer 3, Librarians 1,2,3,4, Officer 3,4, F. T.A. 4, Pep Squad 3, Band 1,2, Officer 1,2, Hornet Staff 3,4, Feature Editor 4, Student Counci1'2,3, Class Officer l,2,4g U.I. L, Ready Writing 3, Junior Play 8, One Act Play 3, Essay Winner 3. JAY VARS F.F.A. 1,2, Chapter Conducting Team 1,2, Thespians 3,4, Officer 4, 1 Star, T Club 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3,4, Co-Cap- tain 4, Track 1, 2, Band 1, 2, Ensemble 2, Student Council 1, Mr. T.H. S. Nominee 4, Junior Play. yours, May 26 EDD VAUGHN V,I.C. 3, Electronics Club 1, Band 1.2. PAULA VERVER F,H,A, 1,2,3, F,T.A, 3,4, Officer 4, Student Teaching 3. DAVE VICKERS F,F,A, 1,2,4, Judging Team 2, "T" Club 2,3,4, Officer 3, Pep Squad 1, Football 1,2,3,4, Track 1,2,3. JANICE VISE F.H.A. 1,2,3,4, Officer 1, Librarians 1,25 F.T.A. 4, Student Teaching 4, National Honor Society 3,4, Officer 4, Thespians 3,4, One-Act Play 3, 3 Star,Band 1,2,3,4, Officer 4, Ensembles 2,3, All-Regional 3,4, Swing Band 1,2, Choir 2,3, Officer 2,3, All State 2, Hornet Staff 3,4, Editor 4, Who's Who 3,Class Officer 1, U.I.L. Debate and Typing: Miss T.H.S. Nominee 4, Junior Play 3, One-Act Play 3, Quill and Scroll 4, Jour- nalism 3,4, Ready-writing 2, U.I.L. .T0urHa1iSrn. Copy Editing Regional Winner 3. enfors BAILEY WARD Electronics Club l,2, Officer 2g Band 1,'2, Officer 2, Swing Band l,2g Choir 1. EMILY WARD F.F.A. Rodeo Nominee 33 F.H.A. l,2,3, Officer 2, Junior Degreeg Librarians l,2,3, Officer 3g F.T.A. 4, Thespians 3,4, One-Act Play 3, 1 Star, Pep Squad 45 Band l,2,3, Officer 3, Band Ensemble 3, Swing Band l,2, Band Sweetheart 33 Choir 4, Officer 4, All-Regional 4, Annual Staff 4g Girls' State 3: U,I.L. Typing 3g Junior Play 3, One-Act Play 3g Class Favorite 3. DORA WE ISS F,H.A, 1,2, Junior Degree lg Librarians lg Pep Squad 2,3,4, Officer 4, Junior Play Make-up and Publicityg Switchboard Operator 2,3,4. KEITH WHITE F.F,A, l,2,4, Meat Judg,ing,Teamsl,2g Electronics Club lg "T" Club 2,3,4g Football l,2,3,4g Track l,2,3,4g Band 13 Junior Play 3, One-Act Play lg F,F.A. Demonstration Team 1. ow or the future BILLY WHITTEN F,F.A. 1,2, Chapter Conducting Team 1gV,I,C. 4, Track l,2. CAROL WOOD F,H.A. l,2,3, Librarians 1,25 One-Act Play 3g Pep Squad l,2g Choir l,2g All State l. ,L emor Achvihes -- ra..-S Z Four new members of the Seruor class at the be It looks as rf the presrdent Charles Newman has grnnmg of school were Cecelia Ennquez Letha the full attentron of the Semor class' Luster Barley Ward and Kara Smrth -VL The color of the tassels for graduauon 15 bemg consrdered by Letha Luster Jane These seruors at the box supper apparently thought the en Jones Allen Glenn and B1uGoOdwm terta1nm ent was funny A Seruor assembly program IS planned by thrs commrttee 32 W fd- an . i of ,4 . W YM Airy' 7 f 1 , , f . ,- Rfnvn Q, 0 L. unfo rs CLASS OFFICERS: Larry Fowler, Parliamentariang Jerry Stout, Treasurerg Joe Dalluge, Vice-Presidentg Jerry Vandergriff, Student Councilg Jean Taylor Historiang Jean Barbour, Secretaryg Vicki Culwell, Presidentg Janice Rector, Student Councilg Marlene Dietrich, Reporter, Not Pictured. '52 V m M , A V 1 mi F.:-4' 1 Y' 'H SPONSORS: Mr. and Mrs. Doug Payne uniors Donna Anderson Barbara Andrus Norma Andrus Yvonne Apline Berry Bales lean Barbour I., ,.J r. Play , W ur earfs 'am K f' WR 1 if ll .lax Jeanette Bice Joyce Bozeman J. M. Bradley Lou Bradshaw Judy Brasher Norman Burk Ellen Burnerr Linda Caraway Tommy Childress 14,1 . 'His' 1 L" 1 Y 1.- ' '-fslfj .nip 1 IV., wrt. 4 Don Clower George Cook Jonell Cosby Vicki Culwell Joe Dalluge Sidney Davis ere Young anal Gayn uniors Jane Dean Billy Dick Marlene Dietrich Billy Doau Bobby Doan " Larry Douglas Jerry Evans Melba Ewing, Larry Fowler Y 2 Q ef' i .QQ- lo ' '11-"v if ,...--f-wg ll1'l101'S Robbie Gardner Marilyn Goodwine Linda Gould Gerald Grantham Freddy Gschwend Carolyn Hale 5 1'. 1'. Judy Harman Johnny Hay Carolyn Herndon Joy Hinkle Wilfred Hoelscher Glynell Hoggau Johnny Hoodenpyle Melvin Hooten Leland House 3 . QL 1u..4 Q Bill Hulsey Sidney Hutson Clark Jennings Marietta Jobe Edward Ketchum Sue Kimball 91719 Was WUWLIIQTSQGH Betsy Koerselman Sharon Love Ophelia Luera Sydney Mills C-ary Moore June Mc Cain Brenda Mc Gavock Jimmy Nunn Tommy Nuaum uniors uniors Von Dean Orwell Floydelle Pannell Orville Plunk Buzzy Poage Phyllis Reagan Janice Rector ..44 ,I I .N E ms- K X t s " . exf in ine Lola Rocha Roy Roper Bill Rouk Nelda Rouseau Terrell Rucker Rosella Schulte Par Simon Leia Mae Simpson Donna Smith 1 -ar' or file fmelfglzf uniors Linda Sonnamaker Karen Sprawls Larry Starnes Jerry Stout Dale Swinburn Jean Taylor James Tucker Jerry Vandergriff Larry Wakefield Calvin White J' - if Janice Rector, Mr. Lonnie Jarrett, Dale Swinburn, Billy Doan, Norma Andrus, and Linda Gould chose Juniorclass play, "Our Hearts were Young and Gay. " 39 urzfor P ay Four Hearts Were Young anal Gayn Emlly Drd you hear htm Corne11a'7 He apprecrates my foreslghted ness very much' The Junlor Play was presented on November 17 by the l958Jun1or class The play was selected by a commlttee made up of students from the Junror class wrth the advtce of sponsors and drrector Enuly Steward would you know whether Im gettlng IhlS on rrght or l'lO JUNIOR PLAY CAST Steward Mrs Skrnner Cornelxa Skrnner Otts Sktnner Emily Klmbrough Purser Stewardess Dlck Wmters Admrral Harrlet St John W1n1fred Blaugh Leo McEvoy Inspector Therese Madame Ellse MODSICUI De la Crotx Wrndow Cleaner Duector Student Director Me1v1n Hooten Betsy Koerselman Jonell Cosby Bobby Doan Sydney M11ls Tommy Childress Rosella Schulte Billy Doan Dale Swtnburn June McCain Janice Rector Don Clower Pat Slmon Judy Harman Judy Brasher Larry Douglas Larry Wakefxeld Mr Lonnie Jarrett Ltnda Gould Comelra 11113 IS my mother Mrs Skinner Monsreur De la Crolx Ihave long awaited thts meetmg mademoselle 40 ..,,. . . . . - .. 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' 'I .0 V31 'ails M '4 L 'N -i7'?a4L.: 1','2f'.,- -f' 'I 2' ' 1 .2-' ,' , F 1 B .r-X ,iii 01710 VQS Brenda Allr on Ralph Ba Lb Nlglwm Bnasldv -XIlllk.lIL Bukmarr llmmy Bury snotty Brllrrlbron Harvrw Bo Lruan ,qs Y' 'UQ' 'W Frnva Byrd Ldrura Bradley Judy Broulw Davrd Burelbmuh Q 's VW' 45114 4-1 1'-uv Gef fo sue Campbdl Norma Carrurh Ray Chandler Roberr Chenoywerh john Clay on ig Tommy Copeland Glenda Cummlngs Betrv Jo Drck Wayne Edwards l I, K- , A l A 'wx -, V56 j 1 X 'W , fp 1 " 1-fu E V , , ' an "' ,, 1:- ' Q - ' 'vpvx , , 5' .x - ' af . , fit -X '11 J d ' . g fm, K ' , Q' 1 Bobby Evans Clifford Garrison Par George Karen Glonn 1' - rl, 2-v jf Imhafe S Daxrnl nw Mug hrdd Llovo Ixurtz Harry Lawn In Roma Gran Don Hall C ar lyn Hatcher op omores Iarneb Hoggrnb Annum Holly Darlgnc Houbgwrlohr Daw on Iackbon wayno Jpnnrnab w rkhfl L Bobby Howard 'W nc lu r A1bLrI I1'lbc.LL uV'T OP 7710 PGS Sherry Line lohn Lofrin lanice Love Roy Love Jane Nlelbon I I. 1 X X Gary Malone Charlie Mitchell David Morphis Delores Nlullins lrmmy Mellaney aNloylz, Nia ig-a Ralph Nlew ina il 3 444 Mary Rurh Orr 1-Jw hm. Lana Payne T4 Jeanette Pogue sue Porter l 1 1 7" erve af Ted Pre In n Ouxda Pur er Nlancy Pyeatr Phyllib Rhody Larry Stewart John Stockett XF- 6 -'C' i r James Rossr Norma Rowland Russell Rucker M1chael Shelton Gay Srmms 11m Sm1th plzomo res Martha Ringo Karl Rodgers Dana Rogers Penny Rogers Larry Smrth NNE. T L11 op omo res Barbara Vest Sharon Vrse Don W ard Earl W ashrnqton -QQ i Kenneth Zregler X Mornlngdevotlonswhrchstart each As a Freshman custom Kelene Chrtty carrres day at T H S were grven one day Jlmmy Mel-lanev s books by Mrchael Shelton f?""m. Wayne Ienmngs sells an annual to Mrs Hrcks 46 Penny Rogers 1S modelmg her Home Project she rn a d e for Homemakrng class I 6 I lx al Q 5, -' f'-A , " 41- Q K Q it ,, 3 Ki N4 l J F xx V2 f f , I il Q as fx: frjuy a Q Gi A , if Xb -4. f6"""Q A fgsa: -,,,, ' fx 4- 'V K M x F11 vw , n M Wym 4 W, X ,,. I , . N: , . v, 4 x uf ' x Mn' Pres 171971 Judy Altman Rrchard Bales Dorothy Barbour Jlmmy Sue Barbour Cary Barnett Bertha Bartlett Wayne Beasley Lewlb Bevyely Lynda BIVIHS Jackxe Brown Gary Burk Johnny Burrow F- Qw C' OO Pat Butler Paul Caraway Kay Carothers Kelene Chltty Reba Cleaver Rita Cook Lena Culifer Jo Nell Daniel Gene Devoll Wayne Devoll Glenda Dickens Parker Doan ew farf Johnny Harper Gary Don Haught Linda Herndon Jackie Hicks Jimmy Hodges Norman Hutson Jimmy Inman Carolyn Jenkins Norman Jennings Joy Ann Johnson Charles Lee Lemmons Patsy Lewis TGS Gary Donell Vicky Elliff John Enriquea Vernon Flowers Don Flvnt Stanley Freeman Buddy Gardne Ronnie Garreu Joy Godwin Ronald Cruben Juliana ll n en Lynn H 171971 Carol Lofrin Ronnie Love Keith Miller Glenn Milner 'xlnek Mrtchell Nlarrlxn Moruan bhemn Mor ls Swndra lN1LCO1UlTl steve MeGaxock 'vlark O Danrel Patsx Ramos Kenneth Rawls wifi 'YG s 426595-f -lk arge Jean Reeves Ann Rrchardson Rrchard Rmgo Gaw Roper Donna Rucker Jackle Russell Jerrw Sarchet Annette Schulz Mwraarer Schulz Mark Schred A l Seabourn L1nda Sharp 5. Nm.. Cass 'W In Hgh J W Tuttle Jerry Vrckers Frances Watts Geraldme Wetss Sharon Werss Kennv Whrte Lorarne Wyrtck COO VQS 171971 Karen Smrth Iohnn Stapp Iam 5 Stockett Elarne Sturgess Patrtcra Sweatt Max Swrnburn Davew Thompson jay Thornton Patsy Todd Sharon Toles Trm Tucker Bob Turner Qt SYN XXX Combrnrng gab wrth food rs a typrcal act1v1ty of these fresh ITICH res man ACf1U1f1QS is Parker Doan and Jlmmy Inman are showmg therr lambs at the Fat Stock Show AK-W These freshmen students rn math class are walung to recerve their exercrses ,qpanullv ,,,,,,,-run! Freshmen grrls serve punch at the F H A style show 52 gp-nu!!! 'wam4F"""""" .nunnnx tsunami Mrs Barnett demonstrates the proper method of washing a sweater to freshmen homemaklng class . 'A 'i ali N rgamzahons Orvanlzauons of Tuha Hlgh School have played an lmporrant part 1n hfung schoolspmt to a hmh level and l'l'l3.lHl81l1ll'lg, standards of the school One of the newer organlzauons IS the Vocatlonal Indusmal Club shown consnrucung a house The hlgh school band of 1927 represents an earher organlzauon 57 Sufi BW Jamce Rector Gary Don Haught 0545 lynn Gene Hutto we fa Offrce Assrstants are chosen by Lhe pr1nc1pal from agroup whrch volunteer to help Lhe secretary and prrncrpal ln such tasks as answer mg Lhe telephone collectmg ab senteeslrps runnmg errands show mg VISIIOIS through Lhe bulldrng typlng materral for the offrce and lstrlbutmg mall Larry Sm1r.h Yvetta Appleton Carol Butler ' cf-ff' Q Carolyn Herndon Orllen Ienmngs Mrchael Shelton 55 abonal Honor Society I NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY X x 1 , x 1 bg I XI Q Teddy Carruth Janice Vise President Secretary W L Duke Jennings Betty Harman Vice-President Treasurer Mr. R. W. Davidson Miss Mildred Hulsey Sponsor Sponsor Sponsor Mr. R.W. Stewart The new members initiated in the fall of 1958 were Carolyn Hale, Marlene Dietrich, Sydney Mills, Vicki Culwell, June McCain, and Janice Rector. Carol Butler Glenda Holman Byron Lewis Janice Rector gms Nancy Shurbet David Madura June McCain Sydney Mills Marlene Dietrich Carolyn Hale Vicki Culwell Charles Newman Judy Dawson Chartered in Max 19o1 the Tuha Chapter of the National Honor Society of secondary schools has four objectrves to create enthusiasm for scholar ship to stimulate a desire for service to promote leadership and to encourage the development of character in students of Tuha High School. Selection for membership 1n the SOCISFQ is based on these qual1f1cat1ons and is made by members ofthe chapter and the high school facultw The chapter selects one-half of the membership from quahfled Juniors for membership in the fall. During the spring semester other juniors who meet the chapter's requirements are admitted, and two worthy seniors are given honorary membership just before commencement. espfans The Thespian organization is a national educational society devoted to the advancement of dramatic arts in the secondary schools. Its member- shipis limited to students of satisfactory scholarship and who have done dramatic work of such quality as to be approved by the Uoupe sponsor. -+ 3 iv ,JN A J Glenda Holman Jay Vars Charles Aycock Vice President Secretary Scrrbe y y Mary Lou Bonds Teddy Carruth Claudette Davis Kay Evans Tommy Goodman Betty Harman Jamce V1se Allen Glenn Ermly Vw ard N y Cullen Jennings Nancy KGGHHS Nancy Shurbet 'visa J! :--e These Thesplan members are discussing properties for the The Thespian banquet to initiate new play held in the spring Someone evidently has an amusing members offered food, entertainment, suggestion and satisfaction to the non performers New members inmated into Thespians at the formal initiation are LEFT TO RIGHT Melvin Hooten Tommy Childress Betsy Koer selman Janice Rector Sydney Mills Larry Douglas Jo Nell Cosby Bobby Doan Judy Harman and Billy Doan Part of the 1n1t1at1on for new members 1n Selection ofthe Thespian play was the duty of Teddy Carruth cludcd the pantomime I Saw E Saw sitting Sue Brooks Kay Evans and Janice Vrse Vocahona ln usfrm C u Vocational Industrial Club Chapter 112 was organized s1x years ago in T H S It is part Mr Kenneth Patton ofthe state organization for trades and industry Theron Culweu Sponsor A11 present or past members of shop are eligible presldem to belong OFFICERS LEFT TO RIGHT TO LEFT Jimmy Cum mtngs secretary Theron Culwell president Jerald Grantham, vice president Thoran Avent reporter Jimmy Nunn Ueasurer Tommy Nuzum sergeant at arms Mr Kenneth Patton sponsor Letha Luster Sweetheart TOP ROW: John Reeves, Tommy Nuzum, Orville Plunk, Clois Osbom, Thoran Avent, Earl Washington, RayBerry. SECOND ROW: Monty Gardner, Dennis Nix, Jimmy Cummings, Thomas Mullins, W.O. Johnson. FRONT ROW: Mr. Patton, Jimmy Nunn, Theron Culwell, Bill Whitten, A,C. George, Bo Cagle, Roy Roper, Gary Moore. -1 X I of America Future ear: ers A , infix., TOP ROW: J. Clayton, G. Hutto, J. Stockett, G. Holman, C. Jennings, S. Billington, J. Smith, A. Holly, K. Glenn, E. Ward, J. Hansen, R. Bales, J. Dawson. SECOND ROW: L. Bice, L. Herndon, C. Davis, I. Vise, N. Nix, J. Perrin, J. Brooks, B. Vest, C. Wood, D.Rogers,J. Morris, M. Bonds, J. Dean. THIRD ROW: J. Hicks, M. Morgan, P. Todd N. Shurbet, J. Tucker, B. Harman, S. Mills, K. Smith, P. Rogers, P. Verver, B. Johnson, G. Hoggatt, N. Keeling FOURTH ROW: S. Morris, B. Andms, B. McGavock, K. Evans,.T. Godwin, N. Andrus, S. Vise, D. Mullins, L. Rocha P. Lewis, B. Bales, G. Roper. Tulia High School Future Teachers of America Club, originated in 1948 and was chartered in 1949. The member- ship for 1958-1959 was fifty. The Purposes: To learn about the opportunities and responsibilities of teaching: to explore the members interest and abilities in the fields of character, personality, and leadership, and to study the lives and influences of great teachers. It is chartered by the National Educational Association, is affiliated with Texas Education Association, Texas g Future Teachers, and District IX TSTA organization. n 3 ponso 1- P resident 62 Miss Mildred Hulsey Nancy Shurbert F T A OFFICERS Se1endaB1111ngton Vrce Presrdent Nancy C1355 Shurbet President Paula Verver Lrbrarran Jane Marie Jones Secretary Jana MOIIIS Songleader Betty Bales I-hs torlan Glynell Hoggatt Parhamentauan John Clayton Treasurer Tommy Goodman 15 shown student teachmg rn e e mentary band F T A hosted Mrss Tmy Bateman specral educauon Vu 1 N Jaruce Vrse 1S g1v1ng a readmg at F T A Chrlstmas program Ji., Cu1lenJenn1ngs Jeanette Tucker Kara Smxth and Tommy Goodman are on a panel drscussron about the trarts of a Good teacher 63 . TOP ROW: N. Rowland, J. Clayton, D. Jones, L. Wakefield, J. Stockett, S. Billington, C. Jennings G. Burk, J. Smith, B. Doan, B. Doan, J. Stockett. SECOND ROW: M. Goodwine, J. Perrin, F. Barnes C. Davis, J. Rector, J. Evans, N. Shurbet, J. Harman, J. Brasher, K. Evans, K. Glenn, P. Sweatt THIRD ROW: Sturgess, D. Rucker, J. Barbour, K. Chitty, J. Brown, M. Jobe, C. McGee, C. Burns M. Morgan, J. Tucker, L. Sharp. FOURTH ROW: S. Campbell, N. Pyeatt, S. Line, J. Pogue, S Kimbell, J. Reeves, S. Brooks, F. Watts, J. McCain, B. Bales, A. Schultz. Librarians ' The Librarians Club was organized in October, 1948, with Mrs. S. C. Scott as sponsor . The club now numbers forty-five students. It is for students who have a common interest in promoting school library loyalty, develops leadership, and engages in enterprises centering in the library. I Mrs. S. C. Scott Cullen Jennings Sponsor Local President Judy Harman District Treasurer LIBRARJAN OFFICERS. STANDING: Sue Kim- bell, Treasurer, June McCain, Secretaryg Judy Harman,Vice-Presidentg Cullen Jennings, Presi- dent, Judy Brasher, Historian, Linda Sharp, Parlia- mentarian. SITTING: Jeanette Tucker,Reporter: Kay Evans, Parliamentarian, Nancy Shurbet, Charrrnan 5l""'l 11140 0 I A-..f Cullen Jennings IS presldrng over meetrng ofthe Lrbrarlans Club waxy.. a busrness Many students rn hlgh school serve the capacrty of L1brar1an asslstants Lynn Hardee 1S watertng the plants rn the lrbrary whrle Glenda Dtckens Jeanette Pogue Rrta Cook Patsy Woods L1ndaSharp and Frances Watts are processlng new books for the hbrary X Flo Barnes Annette Beckman Carolyn Jenkrns Ewa Woods Joy Hmkle and Sue Rerd llbrarran assrstants do sum tasks as Ch9Ckll'1g call numbers cleanlng the hbra x offrce and up 1l'1Q1lbI'31'jf orders 65 ,Lf J SU 3 'f J Ria -y I U ,A ,Y ""- If 6 I ' Cry F 1 2-5, a x , . 1 rar1a ns 'Achwfres At left Cullen Jennings illustrates some experiments from the book CHEMISTRY L.. llllll i.-f-ff" IHIIHMI Mrs Marjorie Brewer is presented with a corsage by Nancy Shurbet before re v1ew1ng her new book OUR AMERICAN HERITAGE ,335 ,f, I , Atleft Sue Reid and Joy Hinkle are pre paring new books for the library shelves f-L. Y' , Above Mrs Scott is showing articles obtained on her trip to England this past summer. At left Annette Schulz is receiving ad- vice on high school from Jeanette Tucker. This was presented during a club meet- ing. 1111 Scro ms UILL Ci Scnou, Judy Dawsgn Jamoe Vlse Mary Lou Bonds Charles Aycock Kara Smnh Betty Bales Larrx Douglas Iudx Harman Q 1ll and scroll the lnternauonalhonorary SOCISIN for h1gh school Journallsts requlres that all members must be of at least 1un1or stand ln must be ln the upper thu d of thelr class scholasucallx must have done superlor work ln some phase oljournallsm must be recommended by the adwlser and approved bu the executlxe secretarx of Qulll and Scroll. The local chapter requ1res at least one hundred fxfty column inches for journalists, S125 sale in advernisements and annuals and ten pages laid out. 67 T-r Mrs. Rosemary Harder Sponsor Co Edrtors are chosen by the sponsor prrncrpal and the prevrous years co edr tors They are chosen on the basrs of ab111ty ex perrence scholarshrp and dependabrlrty 141171110 Mary Lou Bonds Judy Dawson Co Edrtors The Co Busrness managers are al so chosen by the sponsor prlnclpal and the prevrous year s co edrtors They are chosen on the baS1S of scholarshlp experrence a b 11 1 t y Co Edxtors wrth th e co operanon of th err staff declde on the theme make ultlmate declslons a b ou t layouts and determrne whtch prctures and groups are to be represented and dependabrlrty Judy Harman Larry Douglas Busrness Manager Buslness Manager The annual staff boasts membershrp rn the West Texas High School Press Assocratron and the Panhandle Hrgh School Press Assocratlon The staff meets deadllnes makes layouts and performs the duty asslgned to them by the co edrtors Each year representatrves go to c11n1cs from Wh1Ch they brrng back valuable rnformatron pertalmng to photography and annual productron Mrs Rosemary Harder Sponsor 1f0 rs wayne Jenrnngs June McCa1n Marrlyn Goodwme Carolyn McGee Sports Favomes ACI1VlI16S Class Sue Brooks Melvm Hooten Emlly Ward Organrzauons Junior Hlgh and Elementary Photographer f X r 4 ' I AZ V sx.,q""' x I A r L Emily Ward is Yypiflg COPY OH 3 Staff members work on advertising of annual sales, layout of an annual page. Edrtor 1n Chief Sydney Mllls News Edltor Betty Harman Juruor Hlgh Editor Horncf fag Tulla HORNET holds member sh1p rn the Panhandle High School Press Assocrauon West Texas H1gh School Press As SOCIBUOII and Umverslty of Texas Interscholasuc League ASSOCIBUOH Jeanette Tucker Feature Edltor L1nda Caraway Exchange Edltor Claudette Davls Column Edltor Sponsor Teddy Carruth S ports Edltor Jarnce Rector Copy Edltor . . . 4 ? Janice Visa Mrs. Rosemary Harder - - 'Q Reporiers Ulu Glenda Holman Ellen Burnett Jean Taylor W 'U' Kara Smrth Melba Ewing Sharon Love The HORNET Staff 15 a chosen group of students who are talented rn creauve wnung One must have an A mrnus average rn Englrsh and must possess the quahtres of character servrce and scholarshrp The HORNET has been the offrcral publrcatlon ofTu11a I-hgh School srnce 1941 Kara Smrth 15 typmg copy l Janice Rector rs edmng copy 71 TOP ROW: T. Rucker, J . Vandergriff, J. M. Bradely, L. Wakefield, R. Roper, G. Grantham, G. Cook, J. Calluge. SECOND ROW: C. Aycock, T. Avent, E. Ketchum, T. Culwell, R. Dickens, T. Barnett, K. Burrow. THIRD ROW: B. Evans, S. Davis, T. Carruth, J. Vaught, C. Rodgers, T. Copeland, D. Nall, R. Love, L. Stewart, L. Flower. FOURTH ROW: J. Evans, F. Treadway, R. Chenoweth, J. Smith, J. McHaney, P. Timmons, P. George, D. Burel- smith, J. Berry, D. Hall, A. Irlbeck. FIFTH ROW: W. Mansfield, Sponsor: J. Hoodenpyle, R. Nevins, R. Thomas, G. Hutto, L. Kurtz, J. Hoggins, C. Garrison, L. Nall, J. Loftin, J. Ledgerwood, J. Stout, J. Holmes, Sponsor. SIXTH ROW: J. Love, L. Luster, and J. Brasher, Sweetheart Candidates. Fufure armers of America F.F.A. OFFICERS: K. Burrow, President: J. Hoggins Secretary: L. Stewart, Vice-President: T. Carruth, His- torian: J. Stout, Sentinel: J. Hoodenpyle, Reporter: T Copeland, Treasurer. XX ' ' X YQ WELDON MANSFIELD .TOE HOLMES Sponsor Sponsor . w,,-,,, ,MK ,Af T td I F ' , .E -we .f? yg I I I f If 5 3 5 9 . , W w. 2 , x fr ' . 2 V ' f 5 I 4 I b' r 1 Q' , Q .Y . L11-' ., ff if 1 ", L. v- ,Q I., V ' 1 N .A 1' ,., .H i , f " "' 'C x 1 gi, ' -mi 557' ' A . :.i,,..iA . f4 1 -fi, Q' .- ,QR-exe: , W k "-f,:.f'1i- I . x . x y 11 '15 X' W If , I l s K FRONT ROW: C. Enriquez, S. Campbell, N. Pyeatt, L. Rocha,S. Reid, O. Love, L. Garner, K. Evans, C. McGee, C. Hatcher, C. Butler, D. Mullins, R. Enriquiez. SECOND ROW: L. Bradley, M. Goodwine, C. Hale, P. Rogers, S Brooks, K. Sprawls, N. Surbet, J. Perrin, B. Johnson, A. Foster, Y. Aplin, D. Thompson. THIRD ROW: J, Rector, J. Chandler, D. Weiss, J. Brasher, J. Harman, T. Haught, C. Burns, G. Cummings, A. Beckman, D. Rogers, E. Bur- nett, J. Vise, K. Glenn. TOP ROW: L. Bradshaw, M.Hutto, N. Nix, L. Simpson, S. Billington, A. Holly, P. Simon, A. Kidd, N. Carruth, J. Nelson, B. Allison, J. Bice, G. Hoggatt, N. Rowland. Fufure Homema ers of America PRESIDENT Ellen Burnett SPONSOR SPONSOR M1-5, J, T, Barnett Mrs. Walter Edwards TOP ROW: R. Cook, L. Herndon, L. Wyrick, L. Bice, R. Cleaver, B. Bartlett, L. Culifer, J. Johnson, G. Weiss K. Carothers, C. Loftin, J. Hansen. THIRD ROW: P. Sweatt, P. Todd, J. Reeves, V. Elliff, L. Hardee, D. Rucker J. Daniel, A. Richardson, L. Bivens, M.Schultz,K. Chitty, J. Hicks. SECOND ROW: D. Barbour, J. Brown, K. Smith P. Wood, S. Weiss, E. Wood, S. Tole, E. Sturgess, J. Godwin, J. Altman, C. Jenkins, L. Sharp. I. Tillman, S Morris, M. Morgan, J. Barbour, F. Watts, P. Ramos, P. Lewis, S. McColum, G. Roper, A.Schultz. Over a period of twenty-five to thirty years there have been various club organizations of pupils in Home Economics classes. Pupils enrolled in homemaking classes and those who have been so enrolled and are still in school, con- stitute its active membership. Membership is entirely voluntary. STUDENT TEACHERS Nelia Neis and Jo Ann Schneider OFFICERS President, E. Burnett, Vice-P resident, J.Bice,Secretary P. Simon, Treasurer, A. Holly, Historian, N. Pyeatt, Parliamentarian, N. Rowland, Representative, J. Rector Sergeant-at-Arms, E. Sturgess and R. Cook, Pianist, S Campbell, Song Leader, Penny Rogers. 75 OUTSTANDING HOMEMAKER OUTST ANDING FRESHMAN HOMEMAKER Mary Lou Bonds Lynn Hardee LITTLE CHAPTER PRESIDENTS Lynn Hardee Kay Caro thers Jeanette Blce Penny Rogers Carol Lofun Twlla Haught Norma Roland Gay Roper 76 Nancy Ntx models one of the latest dress styles at the fall Homemakrng II and III style show Vespa cluz, Leta Mae Simpson Marlene Dietrich mia I1 fy Twila Haught Vicki Culwell 2 6 Mary Lou Bonds Pe rsona 1ty E orf Sporfsmanslnp A1711 fy OFFICERS Left no Rxght. Secretary Treasurer Twila Haughm, Coach LSNY Roberts Bouncer Vlcki Culwell V1ce Presldent, Marlene D16U'1Ch Re Sponsor porter Mary Lou Bonds Preszdent Lena Mae Sxmpson. 0 0 I' ff ' ' ' LA - J fx F kvyt E 5 . 1 ."" f 1 i D . o - , n I . 2 . - . . . I - . : ' . ' Hap Roeers Sponsor Dub Cleveland Sponsor R W Stewart Sponsor Cu Davrd Madura Presldent Byron Lewrs Secretary and Treasurer Vance Bauer Teddy Can-ugh Wayne Freeman Kr N6- 127' 0 s 5' Duke Jenmngs Charles Newman lm Upton rrn I 48 . J. ,K , 2? 'O' Jay Vars Joe Dalluge Srdney Davls B111y D1ck B111 I-Iulsey Clark Jennings Buzzy Poage Terrell Rucker Jerry Stout Jerry Vafldefgflff John Lo ftin Charlie Mitchell 1 nf W ,, fit . .vi . - I 1 X K i' - ' W i SUE BROOKS I1 TWILA HAUGHT MARY LOU BONDS ' S Q Q i gg , PENNY ROGERS JUNE MC CAIN RITA COOK 1 fhf 40? 3' 'qi TOP ROW: H. Lewis, D. Ward, L. Bradshaw, C. Herndon, P. Simon, R. Gruben, M. O'Danie1, C. Jennings, G. Holman, P. Butler, S. Potter, S. Love, J. Taylor, L. Caraway, M. Ewing, J. Johnson, G. I-Iaught, SECOND ROW: J . Hoggins, B. Whitten, R. Cook, C. Loftin, J. Daniels, L. Herndon, N. Nix, G. Cummings, M. Shelton, F. Barnes, B. Harman, E. Ward, K. Smith, B. Vest, J . Dean, K. Carrothers, J . Chandler, L. Luster. THIRD ROW: J. Morris, T. Haught, D. Rucker, E. Sturgess, J. Ottrnan, D.Jenkins, M. Shultz, K. Smith, J. Love, O. Purser, L. Bradley, D. Mullins, B. Johnson, N. Keelling, Y. Appleton, D. Weiss, M. Jobe, FOURTH ROW: J. Hay, R. Love, J. Reeves, V. Elliff, K. Chitty, D. Love, L. Garner, J. McCain, S. Line, A. Shutlz, D. Housewright, P. Rhode, E. Burnett, S. Kimbell. SITTING G. Hoggatt, S. Morris, B. Andrus, B. McGavock, N. Andrus, S. Brooks, M. Hutto, S. Reid, P. Rogers, J. Harman, J. Brasher. Spirif'Cl1anfers ,Mg Ll OFFICERS: Linda Caraway, Decorating Chairman Marietta Jobe, Vice-P resident, Twila Haught, Presi- M nd Mrs. Dm Pa e dentg Sue Kimball, Treasurer, Dora Weiss. Sec- SPONSORS r' 8 g yn retary 81 fa, 82 BACK ROW Loralne Wynck Jane Nelson Wayne Jenrungs Mack Mrtchell Cullen Jennxngs Max Swmbum J W Tuttle Glenda Holman Lmda Herndon. SECOND ROW Lewls Bewley Lrnda Son namaker Gay S1ms Pat Simon Kay Carothers Emily Ward Timmy Tucker Carolyn Jenkms BOT TOM ROW Sheran Moms Ronnie Love Frances Ramos Kelene Clutty Sherry L1ne Joy Godwln Judy Altman Annette Schultz Hrglz School Clzon' The Tuha Hlgh School Chou has been orgam zed slnce 1920 It has varled from 16 to '75 mem bers through the years Thls year there are th1rty members A11 RGQIODH1 cholr members chosen by the sponsor for thrs year are Glenda Holman Em1ly Ward Cullen Jennlngs Pat Slmon Frances Ramos Wayne Jen lungs Mack Mltchell and T1m Tucker CHOIR DIRECTOR Mrs. Ted Sponholtz l - -as A .D ,Iv X 'j CHOIR PRESIDENT Emily Ward Xxx Z5 Each day the cho1r rehearses for the var1ous programs throughout the year Cholr Off1CCI'S are JW Tuttle Vrce Presrdent Glenda Holman Secretary Emrly Ward Presldent Max Swrnburn, Treasurer The chorr performs at the annual Chrlstmas concert. These members of the cholr were selected to smg rn the All RegronalCho1r Wayne Jennmgs Glenda I-lol man Emrly Ward and Cullen Jenmngs Not Pictured are Frances Ramos PatS1mon, Mack Mrtchell and T1m Tucker -I 83 -al' far X , , iw 1, -,- 'W g5'?"'. 1 1 A U 3 f ix - 'i",mw..W Tulia Higlz School Bam! 101111 H. Buffer, clfrecfor I iv- -'ff FLUTES Dorothy Barbour Jimmie Sue Barbour Jacque Brown Karen Glenn Juliana Hansen Rosella Schulte Nancy Shurbet Karen Sprawls Laraine Wyrick OBOES Marilyn Morgan Dinah Thompson Eb CLARINET Joyce Bozeman Bb CLARINETS Betty Bales Jean Barbour Lynda Bice Gary Burk Sue Campbell Judy Dawson John Enriquez Linda Gould Carolyn Hale Nancy Pyeatt Janice Rector Norma Rowland Davey Thompson ALTO CLARINET Jonell Cosby BASS CLARINETS Mark Scheid Linda Sharp ALTO SAXO PHONES Marilyn Goodwine Jeanette Pogue Frances Ramos Sharon Vise TENOR SAXOPHONES Johnny Burrow Patricia Sweatt Janice Vise BARITONE SAXO PHONES Marlene Dietrich Patsy Lewis DRUM MAJOR Jonell Cosby INSTRU MENTATION CORNETS Richard Bales John Clayton Don Flynt Ronny Garrett Tommy Goodman David Jones James Stockett FRENCH HORNS Jimmy Hodges Sydney Mills Judy Perrin BARITONE Bill Goodwin TROMIBONES Harvey Bozeman Parker Doan Larry Douglas Betsy Koerselman Michael Liles John Stockett BASSES Ray Chandler Leland House James Tucker DIRECTOR Mr. John H. Butler STRING BASS Gay Roper TYMPANI Kay Evans PERCUSSION Judye Brooks Jackie Hicks Frank Rocha, Jr MAJORETTES Kay Evans Marilyn Goodwine Linda Gould Carolyn Hale Sydney Mills Janice Rector DRUM MAJOR Jonell Cosby STUDENT CONDUCTOR Richard Bales Band Activities Band officers for this year are Bill Goodwin Presidentg Richard Bales Student Conductor lonell Cosby Drum Major' lanice Vise Secretary' andIudyDawson Vice-President These members were chosen for the A11 Regional Band FRONT ROW Betty Bales Sharon Vise Janice Rector Pat Sweatt Sue Campbell and Nancy Shurbet BACK ROW Iudy Dawson Janice Vise B111 Goodwin lonell Cosby Tommy Goodman Larry Tuha srepresentatives to the A11 State Band were Judy Dawson and Jonell Cosby Highlighting the annual Christmas concert is the Tuha High School Balld Q. cis x ' . ' '. . . Douglas, and Michael Liles. 4 1 ! 2 Y fa , 'Q , l ,A l S YDNEY MILLS 'X rr KAY EVANS Majoreffes E hmm LINDA GOU LD a-ni 1 IANICE RECTOR K MARILYN GOODWINE 88 CAROLYN HALE o 0 o A cfm 1f1eS the noon hour as evidenced by the some twenty year span between pictures Skirt length may change but students still get together for gossip sessions during C assroom ACf1U1f1QS Joyce Bozeman Wllfred Hoelscher and Jtm Upton use musrc to 1mprove rhythmn rn typlng Drrvers Educatlon students Freva Byrd Margaret Schulz Lrnda Blvens L1nda Sonnamaker and Patsy Ramos gaxn experrence by practrce dr1v1ng rn thelr class penod Lrnda B1ce and Carolyn Jen .WW Jerald Grantham dlsplays the book shelf he made 1n shop 90 kms clean up therr lab after cookrng 1n homemaklng class A Englrsh III students study thexr Reader s Dxgest so they w11l be well prepared for class . O Q 1 I U y . 5 - W f . N . 2 V ' Q X Q! .X . I Y I I I . I ' I 1, . . . , . gn--f Students do various things in their study period, including study. Nancy Pyeatt and Ma y m i e Kidd disect a worm in biology, Keith White Alta Foster Janice V1se and Ed Vaughn are experimenting in chemistry with gases Homemaking I g1r1s work on their de gree books Civics teacher Mr Ben Kellen leads class drscusslon on Texas B111 Rouk Juliana Hansen and Constitution Richard Bales practice a radio script in speech I 91 1 i I rf . . ' , A I I I , 1, p 1 o I X - NormanBurk JerryEvans and Johnny Hoodenpyle weld a feed rack as a proJecr rn Agrrculture Il Each morning the band rehearses under the duecuon of John Butler Judy Harman and Wayne Jen nrngs members of the Annual Staff drscuss wh1ch prcture to use as they lay out the annual pages 92 B1lly Doan June MCCGID Evans f1nd the locauons Carolyn Hale and Jerry of some major Amerrcan CIUSS 1n Amerlcan h1story class Bobby Doan B111 Goodwm and hm Upton conducta test on brass 1n Physrcs class WW Pat Pugh and Glenda Holman drscuss the formatron of var1ous words tn short hand Sydney Mrlls Jamce Rector and Ellen Burnett copy edrt a story for the paper Thomas Mulhns Theron Culwell Thoran Avent and Bo Cagle work on the house the shop boys bu11t Ass1duous' Laun fad sedeoy When one IS assrduous he s1ts by or s1ts near f1vf""'k Bookkeepmg students work on record books durmg then class perrod. 93 I v . n s X V I 5 . he '5 f 5, 'f M' ' 321 19. E I IV . V . y-,, , f . i . - . . . I' - V Q I 0 Q I , K ' . . . n " X I . I A ,LJ I , 4 h KWTW me fl View 17 ACf1U1f1QS Nancy Nut won the car decoratmg contest used to boost sprrrt of T H S durmg the football season -L The Cheerleaders led yells 1n the noon hour to try to rmprove sprrrt of T H S The majorettes Jamce Rector Sydney Mllls Llnda Gluld Marllyn Goodwme Carolyn Hale and Kay Evans twtrled to the band tnusrc at the football games Annual Staff presented an assembly program to krck off annual sales Melvrn Hooten, Larry Douglas, Wayne Jennrngs and Mrs Rosemary Harder present 'Hamlet on Laffy Stamc ' Tommy Barnett and R CH Gary Myers set up the stage for the Y ' junior Play, 94 n 4 ' - I4 ,a K ' 'Vg Fa, f'7f .r xg, I V ' 3 S f , 424 Q l ' , ' 6 , n . ,ef M 2 , M Vw . in - ' "Q 2 1 g 1 H 1 ll y 5 QA A if x , ' 5 Wand Q' l I ' S ' Q if 5 fs' 1 ' 'L ' it 4. W KX Y K I ik f ' , ' 'W-3 Q. 'QV' ' :AHA H J S. fxxfg, ' xx " L' 9 E l. fa. pill DC Caro1ynHale and Jerry Stout ofthe Jumor Class The Royal Halloween Court was Ixm Sharp and Pegene Cox of were crowned H al lo we en Kmq and Queen Junlorl-hgh KentKelln and Barbara Burrow ofthe Elementary and Carolyn Hale and Jerry Stout of Sen1or Hlqh -Q Charles Ramsden gave a Southern Assembly program on electronlc muslc Yvetta Appleton Charles Aycock Vance Bauer and Ray Berry a d m 1 r e the1r n e w senlor rxngs Q. 1 Vicky Elliff, Glenda Dickens, and Judy Teddy Camlfh discusses American Altman are initiated into F.H.A. and French life withloelle Laroche. 96 Hereford exchange student. Sharon Vise, Judye Brooks, and Penny Rogers sang in the sophomore assembly program, accompanied RC H by Janice Vise. June McCain, Rita Cook, Mary Lou Bonds, Penny Rogers, and Sue Brooks led cheers at each football game. TheT H S maJorettes Kay Evans Marllyn Goodwme Jaruce Rector Sydney M1lls L1nda Gould and Carolyn Hale twtrled at each foot ball game At the Methodrst Mothers Seruor Banquet L1nda Judy D-SWSOII OHS of the edltors of Blce luclyA1tman Patr1c1a Sweatt L1nda Sharp the annual attended workshop at Gaye Roper Rlta Cook Juhana Hansen Patsy Texas Tech to help rn the plannxng Lewls and Sheran Moms were servers of thls year s annual . - . A , , Y l , S5 I ,O J n 2' 0 " at if . ' 9 9. " Q 8 .Nw '9 I I l I I I . . I . I 7 I . I I I U I 97 To help boost Christmas spirit in T H S StudentCounci1 president Charles Aycock and members of StudentCounc11 SueBrooks Mrch ael Shelton Jamce Rector put up the annual Chrrstmas tree Carol Burns as Mary and Cullen Jennrngs as Joseph enacted the Chnstmas story w1th the help of Gary Myers Tommy Barnett Allen Glenn M1chae1L11es and B111 Goodwin Santa Claus was a bowlegged char acter as rnterpreted by Teddy Car ruth at the Senror Chr1stmas pro gram Chrxstmas carols were sung on the downtown square by Llnda Sharp and Frances Watts decorate a Chnst T H S students accompamed by the T H S band mas tree for the hbrary 98 . . - H k ii' T E 22' . iw I l Barbra Vest and Norma Rowland panto mrmed a record called L1pst1ck Pow der and Paxnt 1n the Freshman Assem Jerry Dvans and Bobby Doan do some last mmute cram m1ng for semester tests Hn- Penny Rogers narrated the F H A Style Show grven 1n the hrgh school audltouum Cheerleaders wash those D1mm1tt Bobcats out of the football players han ff' vii. f As one of her regular dunes as hbrary asslstant Karen Glenn checks out a book to Jerry Evans l - f bly. , H ui 3 I i s g 2 Q EE K Il K .-v A J Mary Lou Bonds and hm Upton were chosen basketball kxng and queen Barbara Vest and John Lofun were the sophomore candldates Iumor Cand1dates for basketball lung and queen were V1Ck1 Culwell and Joe Dalluge and Max Swlnburn Leia SIFUPSOH PFSSIGSHI of Cheerleaders Sue Brooks Penny Rogers and June McCa1n led Vespa and Dav1d Mad u ra cheers at the basketball games Presldent of the T Club crowned the ktng and queen. 100 Freshman Candidates were Lynn Hardee Karen S prawls works on the swrtch board each day durmg f1fth perlod Terrell Rucker Jerry Vandergrrff and Joe Dal luge sold March of Drmes balloons Calvm Wlute and George Cook try to keep 1n shape by box mg durlng off season. Leta Srmpson V1ck1 Culwell Twrla Haught Mary Lou Bonds and Marlene Dretrrch get a lrttle pracuce for a b1g game Flo Barnes Charles Aycock Emrly Ward Tommy Barnett O11ve Love and Letha Luster dxscuss the chorce of a Memory Book 101 1 x V, i I I I . l I l M 3 I 3 f , I - - . AI".-A ' ' l 'I D I l l I Noonume fmds students getung to gerher for food and gab at the cafe ter1a 5451? B111 Hulsey Carolyn Hale Llnda Gould BuzzyPoage June McCa1n Floydelle Pannell and Jerry Van dergrx ff dlscuss the program for the Iumor Senror Banquet Part of the wmter Physrcal Educa uon program to help keep the boys rn shape IS turnbhna Brenda McGavock Sydney Mrlls Jean B a r b ou r Barbara Andrus Terrell Rucker Gary Moore and J M Bradley serve on the decora uon commlttee for the Junlor Senror Banquet and Prom Mr Butler 15 try1ng amrdst all the confusron to count layout mats for the annual staff 4qi if Mrs Al Harder Sponsor Judy Dawson Emlly Ward Judy Her man Wayne Jennrngs June Mc Cam and Marrlyn Goodwlne members of the annual staff work toward the annual deadlrne Pat George brushes hrs prg down getung hrm ready to show at the F F A Fat Stock Show F A Fat Stock Show Judgrng contest was hosted by the Tuha Chapter A Day m a emors Q bln-uw, vw lu B Frrst perrod Jane Marle Jones has crvrcs class Here she 1S showlng CIUCS on the map to the class -e4"f,?5' Durrng study hall Jane chooses a lrbrary book to complete her Englrsh book re ports -lf" Because Jane Mane warm to be a Jane gets 1na 11tt1e last mrnute study on her Englrsh secretary she works rn typrng to memory work rrnprove her sk111 In shorthand class Jane pracuces wrrtrng VBIIOUS shorthand Jane works on her record rn words on the blackboard. 104 bookkeeprng srxth perrod, 0 0 f 0 l pi , ,, MI, J I 1 V W' J J, ffl. Q , ijflfgiai V7 . V Q A 1 , ,A swf ,. 5 i, Q 1 A ,, . I 5 Q ,i'T'f'2 4 'ff' +"- 1' . Q" ' ' , 2 4 ,R I V '. , ' . I -' . 'WW' f s 4 9 Q if 'J' t W. I ' ' ', i 1 . 1 1 1 Q J. f , I ' avorifes Just one step further m frlendhness m good cheer ln teamwork ln coopera non IH SChO13SI1C achlevement makes favorltes whether they be the T I-I S normnees of dns year or the carmval queen of yesteryear 0 I l I . . u 1 An. W ,T"l,..H1- J, Y ' ' 22 .. 5 Fix iq Q' ' .X 2, .f , Qc? Xl" iw Senior Fa vo rifes ' junior Favorfies Dale Swinlrurn Marietta lobe 109 Dalluge Leflza Lusfer Charles Newman Sophomore Favorifes Cha rife Mffclzelf Phyllis Rlzocly W F FQSZZ 771971 Favoriies G ary Don Hauglzf Vicki Elliff 25. I . il' 13 A N4 ..eolv"" . '-.. AS M-.... 7 H., Y Q i Pu-PN -Q5 J , , 44- ff , 11541-. -7, , 17+ 1, .-fx " , , , qui '-N.-L jf. s I Fooflra Queen Ma ry Lou Bo 4 1, . i 1 ,v ,ji Charles Aycock- Student Coun cil Presidentg Officer of Thes piansg Active in F.F. A. pro jects. Teddy Carruth-Area and dis trict President of F. F. A. Pres id ent of National Honor Societyg Sports Editor of "Hot net" newspaper. ,f Y if O I Janice Rector - Majorette for the Homer Bandg Officer of F. H. A. g Student Council Repe- sentative. Charles Newman-President of the fiftieth graduating classg Active in basketball and track. if' , ix ---:"' ax, , 4' a-' , ,ff ' W ,of A I 2' if .Ji Q W . ,gush- 4 1 ' fl V is ir 45 ff", 1 5 , tix' 'LIS f ,, ff' gym g Q ,, 3, W, m f , if L 1 5 f Q-..,, - -1-1'-.5 Q F ' W' ""' -1, J QM' ff-:Q av I Jw, N-Z' f Jgf' A majority vote of the Stll' Nominees Charles Aycock Teddy Carruth Judy Dawson Roy Dickens 1 'They are elected by a dent body by secret ballot. The election results are kept secret until the pub- lication of the annual. Charles Newman Nancy Shurbet lay Vars Janice Vise I Kara Smith Sue Campbell DODHB Rucker Miss Fla me Miss Flame nominees are chosen from each class then are elected by the student body by secret ballot. At the Homecoming bon- fire Miss Flame is crowned by the student council president. She then reigns over the bon-fire ceremonies. HCINO 1109971 9971 Nominees for Halloween Queen are made by each class. Classes support their candi- dates through money raising projects. The class with the largest amount of money has the honor of having their candidate crowned at the Halloween Coronation. I Judy Harman Barbara Vest Sheran Morris Mr and Miss THS Mr. and Miss T.H.S. are in open assem presided over by the council President The nominees are limited to senior girls and boys and be approved by the NOYYI 111995 BAND SWEETHEART Band Sweetheart nommees are chosen and elected by the band members There are f1ve can dldates two from the senlor class and one from each of the other classes The sweetheart IS crowned at the Sprlng Coro natlon Concert ll Judy Dawson Carolyn Hale Nancy Pyeatt Dorothy Barbour CHOIR SWEETHEART Chou Sweetheart nomlnees are nomlnated and elected by members of the chou There 1S one cand1d ate nomrnated from each class The sweetheart IS crowned at the S prlng Coronation Concert Par S1m0n rances Ramos Sheran Morrls FOOTBALL QUEEN Football Queen nomlnees are nomlnated and elected by the members of A and B football teams who played football the mecedlng season There 15 one candr date presentrng each class The Queen IS crowned at the homecomlng game by the football captam Vlck1 Culwell Penny Rogers andra McColum BASKETBALL QUEEN Basketball Queen ts selected by boys A basketball team Each nomlnee 15 chosen from members of the g1I1S team to repre sent each class ln hlgh school The queen IS chosen at a dlstrrct game 120 V1Ck1 Culwell Barbara Vest LYHI1 Hardee a . - . , I I . - , ,ya - ' , A- .Q . . . ' Q I V A , L , .. moms, ' 'm"'1i . F - , K :sf Q ' ' S N Afllleffcs Tulta Hlgh Schools athletlc prosaram 15 one of 1ts1arg,est departments The teams of the past as well as the present have strned to uphold sportsmanshlp co operauon and good clean fun In the upper portton of the DICIUIE are the 1939 l-lor nettes whose uruforrns at least proude a stnkxng contrast to the team of l92a pxc Fured below , . , . 1 . . 1 . - - -s 'Y ' - r 1 1 - ' ' . Y. .. N, .- 9 s n . I S COACHES H Vander Zee W L Cleveland I W Rogers Head Coach R W Ste wart Roy DICKCHS Captam Teddy Carruth and Jay Vars Co Captams 5 ffjvif 4 'Y f f' ,Y I ff 'fs ,Nm wlagy g A Q ' ,Q 4 s. fg' x 1 if ,:. '- 1 Y k 4, X f 'X 5 , ,fi vt W gf .1 . Agffgq 7: , ,W .5 M,,.,,f f Y. MM. F ,Sf 7 A, W x ,Z we 3 'fi K 'W ' w Z .yx M 1 - ' . i, ' W' f K ff. ,Y L 5 2 'ggi' e- ,' .5 , 5945 fs' I 4 . ,fr-' 1 1 4 xsgzgax , f' 'ft'-1 'X ' . 3 FHL s 1 'VII ,Qu Liu, ,, , gag,-2,irfg,:Ih V' V, , 6 .-W ,J mb wgrw, I 5' -ti' I 6'53f'I Ir?-555' " . Billy Dick, back, cvadeb the arms and shoulders of the on-coming Friona Chiefs. R.-XY BERRY 4? A Em, ,- ig , IIM UPTON Sr-mor - End IQEIIII kr. IIITIT mr-rum - TQQILIQ ' TT' Tir" 0.453 if if jvb '16, , K I k ' V. vw-wgf ir. ,. , ,, ,, .., , ,, . A EW H A, . ML! 1, F, M W ,H wi ,. , 4 ,M 'gp' .VM f. ' 572 fm fain-QSM ,Q ,LY f ' ,jx Q 'rr H, fry ,Qi 3 i f 'V A' w 1 f j 54 4 -arf... ' ,, -HN -.,, I DAVID VICKERS Senior - Tackle TOMMY EAIQNETT Sumor - Guard 5' f ,,, if - ' .ati-47737 ' I 'f' 3 -PON .A N' " ' Q x f " Scrrror - Ccrrtur Va rsf fy 'I'uI141. . . - WU Tulia, , , . , 14 'I ulirr. , . 6 Tulru , . . . 40 Tulm, . . . . fill Tulirr, A . O TuIia. . . . . 21 Tulia, , . O TuIia. . . . 24 Tulia. . . . . 48 DAVID IxIAIJUI-'A Scnior - End I. 1 g 'x ik. I I I 1 me-ff ' ' 7' A' ea , , I in "Elf" ' Q " I ',""1E2r "i?"m I . L' ws W' W 'hy Ng,...3,,' s Lb. ,:,'.1 'V l ,I nl, Ha ' I' -- . ,E I , -'-ff '-1 ff.-w:'1,.' .auf ff Q WAYNE FREEMAN BILL GOODWIN BUZZY POAGE Senior - Tackiu Senior - Guard Junior - Back COTQS S TTC' Memphis . Abernathy . Lockncy . . Quitaque . . Hale Ccntcr. . Floyduda . . Friona . . Dalhart. . . Canyon. . . Diminitt . . BILLY DICK Junior - Back CI' 'lf' . 6 ..16 ..16 . 0 . . I6 . 20 ..18 . . TSO - ' meh .M fa Q . ' for ..48 ' , .,, 1 ....., .... - '. f'S7iE!f f' 'T' ' at , - . If .. JOE DALLUGE JERRY VANDERGRIFF Junior - BHCR Junior - Back Byron Lewis cludcs his "would hc" tackler to score another touchdown forthe Tulia Hornets. 5 m., so k Billy Dick carries the ball against Abemathy. ' gf-A M1-4-Aadgkab ' -M.,.i ffm 91" ., -Us -"nba-V I 'age 3 ' xt' ' " , dif f 'Q A . M.. , 'ifivff " 'av .e - r mei? -: A .gt-Y fr-"'T .Q 'fwlj -. ,nfl M ' ,. Q' inf-fig , ' Tlgjw- , Y ,pgfgy ,uv ,,. M., r.. j-tux.. . ff z 'j ' . -I, I -. 6 3 'g,2m,,., ,. 1 A SID DAVIS, Junior-Tackle 1. M. BRADLEY, Junior-End FRONT ROW: D. Jennings, J. Vars, T. Carruth, B. Poage. BACK ROW: R. Dickens, J. Dalluge, T. Rucker, B. Lewis, K. White. Honorable Mention, All-District, B. Lewis, B. Poage, Honorable Mention, All- Regional. 'arm-:Www 'v nf' , 2. 3, 1.6 4, b-'gripe ,, "f ' , K Y v - H --. '1 s' "' ' .. I A iu.,u,.,,s1' fffirb-ri-""" -we " 1 f F .,. ..i-'9f2'f..... , TERRELL RUCKER Junior - Tackle A Team Although the Hornets won only four games, school spirit re- m a i ne d high during all the season. Record crowds attended the home games. The defeat of the Friona Chiefs, our first dis t ric t game, boosted the morale of students and towns- people. DAVEY THOMPSON and TIM TUCKER Managers X H Q, I , -W. ' 5 , ,M wa if ""' I M5638-Q Wg gy gm -.qs A war ,- f , V' V s v Q - ' . , 17 VM I Q A kv L A rsh' W W. . . y . ' I 3594 ' Q z , fi 5 Wwa fm? '-1 VJ 4 iffy? ' bf Wg? mia M I -:V at V W e Q-'lf ip V is X 2 5,-1 K f Mil Ee y W,-, f xx - 'A fn. , A, - A , , y 3 W , . . X . 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Nov Dec Dec Dec Dec Dec an an an an an an an an an COACH Mr Ralph Stewart Fe Fe Fe 8 1958 59 SCHEDULE Hereford Lubbock Lubbock Sllverton Sllverton Hereford Muleshoe Olton Ph1111ps D1mm1tt Canyon Dalhart Frrona Ph1111ps Drmrnm Canyon Dalhart F rrona Kress fi 3 1 1 V A 1 Y ' v MANAGER Davxd Madura shoots a Jump shot wh.11e Jerry Srouns Pat Butler and Joe Dalluge rush IH for the rebound. . 2 'jd , . 9 A I . 16 ' A . 23 ' . so J . 2 J . 6 I J . 10 ' ' -1 J . 13 ' ' ' J . 16 L J . 20 I . 23 ' I . 27 ' ' J . 30 ' ' . b. 3 b. 6 b. 10 ' F b. 13 I Boyk Basleeilvall nfl" Team lf W, 5" 15' IQQ . a"' V BYRON LEWIS DUKE JENNINGS DAVID MADURA Seruor Forward Semor-Guard Seruor Center CHARLES NEWMAN JIM UPTON SHERWOOD LOVE Seruor-Guard Senior Forward Semor Forward ,N Boys Basleeilvall A Team KENNY BURROW Sexuor Forward ll'x BUZZY POAGE Juruor-Guard JERRY STOUT O DALLUGE Jumor-Guard Jumor Center CHARLIE MITCHELL JOHN LOFTIN Sophomore-Center Sophomore-Guard P V fl ' I , Wig ' 9413 I it ' ' , if X kk,, ' f 'J I , A Y C A 'V Z5 L a-as ' k N 35, BOYS B TEAM BASKETBALL BACK ROW CoachHar1anVanderZee L Fowler S Hutson C Jenmngs L Stewart J Mars FRONT ROW R. Rucker B Howard I Vandergnff D Swmbum B Hulsey BOYS FRESHMAN BASKETBALL BACK ROW Coach Leroy Roberts M Swinburn, M O'Danie1 I Sarchet M Mnchell R. Bales P Caraway R. Gruben, Manager FRONT ROW G Haught, R. Ringo T Tucker G Bamett B Gardner 131 0 so ,N U - 7 sl' A ' 48 .1 ini s ,u ' , , X F hx e ' X . W A" 7 : . . . , . , . ' , , . , . : . , . , . , . COACH Mr Leroy Roberts Nov Nov Nov Dec Dec Dec an an an an an 2.11 an Fe e Fe Fe 1958-59 SCHEDULE Hart Abernathy Abernathy Nazareth Silverton Silverton Muleshoe Olton Dimmitt Canyon Dalhart Wayland Freshmen Dimmttt Canyon Dalhart Friona Kress CAPTAIN CO CAPTAIN Conference games Mary Lou Bonds Twill! HSHSTII Janelle Chandler and Judye Brooks prepare to take Sharon Love s rebound 1n case of necessny 132 . 11 . 13 . 18 . 9 . 16 . 23 J . 2 I . 6 4' I . 13 ' I . 16 ' I . 20 ' Jan. 23 Friona I . 27 " J . 80 ' ' b. 3 3' F b. 6 ' b. 10 . b. 13 , . 25 Q I 3 inf K 5 Q3 N M J. 7 WW V , 7 92 Y , A ' , 5, 5 Q we A Q 'Gm W Q? 5 n ' X , eq 35 ' I ,MK I 5, 1 V .Q as 54' MM 1 f 1 any A WWW MWJ149' 'Qi' .ff ff bm an Q, W, ja., gg: f ra ka. iv Q ,V wgg. wi K 1 1 .,, fa. W 5 mx-4' in- i N3 .. , , fs 'Q w ' - N 1 Y 6, . LEFT TO RIGHT Mr Doug Payne Sponsor Allen Glenn B111Goodw1n, Cullen Jenrungs Jrm Hodges Clark Jenrungs gets the up off agamst Pnce Col lege in the fmals of the Kress Toumament. Jerry Vandergriff and Larry Stewart rrepare to Lake the ball down court UYIIOI' Dunng recent years the curriculum of our school has grown to mclude new acuvr ues along w1th the courses of study The class shown tn the lower poruon of the prcture 15 typrcal of the days when students parucrpated only 1n classroom acuvrhes In the upper poruon of the picture a group of today s Jumor hxgh students are presenung a play MRS. DAN BEHNE Junior High Secretary unior Ifglz aculfy Principal MR. GORDEN GATEWOOD B.S. West Texas State M. Ed. West Texas State Came here in 1946 from Floyadada. Principal of the Junior High thirteen years. EXPERIENCE - 35 years: Dixon Gageby, Pleasant Hill, Goldston Lela, Delwin, Roaring Springs Matador, Floydada, and Tulia MRS. NELL SHEETS B.S. West Texas State MISS TINY BATEMAN B.S. West Texas State M. Ed. West Texas State MRS. F. O. AMERSON B.S. West Texas State M. Ed West Texas State MRS. KERMIT MITCHELL B. S. , Wayland College M. E. , West Texas MRS. WALTER HUNT B. S. , Texas Tech MRS. MARIORIE BREWER B. S. , Texas Tech M. E. . Texas Tech MRS. LOTTIE VAUGHN B. S. , Texas State College for Women M. E. , West Texas State MRS. H.L. ROWELL, JR. B. S. , West Texas MRS. BOB FULKERSON B. A. , West Texas MRS. HOUSTON BURK B. A. , Baylor University MRS. DOROTHY WILLIAMS B. A. , Texas Tech MRS. A. L. BURKS B. A. , Texas Tech M. Ed. , West Texas MRS. W. V. SWINBURN B. A. , Southern Methodist University M. Ed. , University ofOklahoma MRS. BEULAH HENDERSON B. S. , West Texas MRS. ROY CARSON B. S. , M. Ed, , West Texas MRS. C. L MASSEY B. A. , Sam Houston State Teacher s College M. Ed. , West Texas BILL PHILLIPS B. S, , West Texas ELVIN HOWELL B.S., WALTER B.S., HARLAN B.S., Hardin-Simm EDWARDS West Texas VANDER ZEE North Texas ons University 4-3' Z6- QQ' ff: mga. if ' 1 .KJ Dan Byrd Leslie Cagle Joe Carothers Daryline Caywood Patricia Chandler Leo Chenoweth Melvin Chisum Diane Clower David Cole Martha Copeland Ivan Crosby Cheryl Culwell 'Q- 4 , 3, s Sill Gracie Susan Avent Clarence Bacher Judy Bates Guy Bosley Troy Brasher Allen Brooke La Von Brown Gilbert Burgess David Burns Jan Burrow Richard Burton Cathrine Butler la- -'-ss . .ff 4 4 4 WY .g..r, u Y 99 ,ytm- 4550- I1 its 5 S. Qu r P' 'I Q: .-4' ' 8fll Grade Paul Czajkouski Jeff Dalluge Robert Dawson Kay Dean Eddie Devoll Carol Dietrich Ronnie Douglas Bob Durham Freda Eastep Barry Edwards Denna Elkins Lorene Elliff 'Q 'Kg' 1' QA vi . ,-,,. -:-4 'F' -44 F Lynn Ellis Marilyn English Jimmy Ferguson Andrea Gonzales Judy Goodner Bill Hardy Patsy Harman Marie Harris Carolyn Hasting Dubby Hay Robert Herring Ona Beth Hood -'r C :RSA 'vu-X yy 42 Gayle Love Mary Lumpkins Janis Martin James Mason Gary Miller Terry Milligan Larry Mills Michael Mills Sue Mitchell Glenda Morris Marilyn Mote Bobby Neill Silz Grade Deryl House Janie Hulsey Shirley Inman Judith lrlbeck Velma Jennings Don Johnson Douglas Johnson Walter Koerselman Joyce Kurtz Mickey Lankford Russell Lewellen Brenda Liles P N -S655 iqnu 's E1 ' 1 is 8f Gracie Raymond Newman John Nolen Helen Pannell Norman Poage Mary Lou Preston Darrell Rankin Charles Rector James Rice Felipa Rocha Mary Ann Rocha Happy Rogers David Rucker Y v5 lu 1? Steve Sims Don Smith Gloria Sonnamaker Rickie Stark Gary Starnes Dale Ann Strickland Ann Thomas Beverly Vars Murry Vise Connie Walker Wayne Walton Margie Ward Craig Whitfill Paula Wimberly David Wynne Bob Ziegler 8111 Grade Patsy Harman points out to Norman Poage and Robert Dawson the oil production area of Texas. Larrf Carol Plunk is pantomiming "This Old House" in the eighth grade play, "The Roof Fell In". A an 7 va, gr. "'-an Eighth grade boys are doing calisthenics in Mr. Vander Zee's physical education class. "Papa Pepper's Bombshe1l" was presented to the P. T. A. and Junior High by the eighth grade. Shown are Connie Walker, Margie Ward, Murry Vise, Paul Czajkowski, Terry Mulligan, and Dale Ann Strickland. 'I44 Harvey Wilkerson, Leslie Cagle, and La Von Brown starred in a pantomime play, 'The Roof Fell In". 455 .Jha- -16. W 5K 'LY' Allan Clark Pcrlcnc Cox Mical Commings Mollie Clifton in .lllU,i Lrgrrriur liolwc-rt Dani-il ly iz. ,. ., r .lL...l.u D,1.if Ni" ll' ' , .... K-kr. Xorrif DQ-:oil ,lbllil llrrrkc ra llww wr ...izx. .1.r,.. ' V. ' fr., litll. , E145 ,--J. Ov .K ,gs-- -QS. is lg Yflz Gra Q Marilyn A ndcrsor Jim Arnold Carolyn Bean Larry Biol- X-.'QiQ.'rie Bralx' Slxurry Brircllrnitl Sliclbg liurgir. LQ-slip Buruin Jack Call Sharon Caglc David Carrutli Gail Carrutll 16 vi Fixx! 4 I .R-C. -U Q' Q Q- WV Q., 35- Yfll Grade Jimmy Earley Tommy Edwards Jesse Esporya Linda Evans Susie Featherston Gary Gardner Jack Garrison Johnny Glenn Carl Godwin Edna Gonzales Shannon Granthan Sharon Hall 1' June Harris Bill Hawkins Mac Hill Frank Hooper Sidney Hooper John Howell Sharon Hunt Lily Hutson Earl Hyatt Donna Jennings Monroe Jennings Roger Jennings Z5 3' '11 'Y Sandra Moseley Iolln Nolwlp- Dori: Xolun Sm Orr F.l.13x1z1L' pllllluf lux' 1fllL l7,xIln'YNUl l'll,...1.g, I .1fzllL En-l .11 PL .mon l"'lx PC' 'I' ls, - LA Sl,.tl'Ull PL-nolololl Pod Pepper Xlllm l'Ull.lrLl Yfll Grade Danny Johnson Larry Johnson Tommy Kenuriclx Lynda KL'I1'llLlIT1 JL-fry l,41nc.1:tcr Paul Liles llnnny Low Ron Lucm Molly Lupton Connie Magnes Larry Don Milmr Orvilla KayMorr15 1' .JF ut 'E K "SA a- -C'-J Yflz Grade Troy Powell Pr-uw Purser Bohhy Rawls Bobby Rice Lyndia Riclinrdson Vada Rodgers Billie Rouk Domingo Salinas Ronald Self Don Shackelford Jim Pat Sharp Charles Shelton Jessie Spencer Linda Simon Nina Srockerr Katherine Strin Philip Tucker Bobby Vaught Ann Wallace Ronner Walton Mike W ard Joseph White Raymond White Yvonne White Q 1 W' I, .,.N.Q,1wwww4w..,,,,,, A 2 1 g 3 , '- 1 We W.-.a Gary Gardner and Sharon llallare experimenting with weights and measures in Mr, Vander Zee's science class, Q , 1' ' J s Ann Wallace is checking books outto June Harris and Billie Rouk while Sonja Honea is looking for a book in the Junior High library. ill Gracie 18 6 Penny Wilkins Dwight Willborn Willie William '1 Butch Wynn Sharon Young Vicki Young Barbara Ziegler Seventh Grade received the honor of having their candidates, Pegene Cox and Jim Pat Sharp, crowned Halloween Queen and King of Junior High. 149 Betty Lou Clark Kelly Cloer Archie Cooper Steve Cooper Marilyn Crosby Edwina Dalla: Jim Daniel Viirney Daniel Vicki Davie Carol Ann Dawfon Dennig Denison Donald Denison Arvie Jean Dick Mar: Etta Dick Donna Edwards Uilz Grade Danny Altman Richard Lee Balleneer Sheila Barnett Melvin Berner Karen Berrx' Kenneth Bozeman Jack Brooks Diana Bryant Ken Burk Mae Buzhee Joe Lynn Byrd Kenneth Cansler Esther Carrera Eugene Chaprnan Billy Don Childers 915. 61511 Gra Q Joyce Edwards Dana Elliff Sandra Emmitt Mary Enriquez Betty Jean Evans Thomas Evans Patricia Fisher Geraldine Foster Bob Fulkerson JoAnn Gardner Marla Sue Gardner Larry Garrett Don George Kay Lynn Gerdes Suzanne Goodman J-IN. 1 to T' Q' ' -. 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"" V Q Martha Harman Peggy Jean Harris Myrthe Harrison Joe Harrison Terry Hoggatt ChappyHu1stn Linda Hunt Gary Hutto Ronnie Ingram Ray Jennings Noel lover Janet Lancaster Christine Lange Gary Love Jerry Luster 1 'Q tn X- 1' Lupe Ramos Pete Raymond Tommy Joe lleaggan Sara Richards Sharon Roberts Suzx' llogers Ray Rose Sam Sadler Don Sanders lloberr Scliulz Joan Sefcilr Berry Simpson Jeanette Spear Jan Sprawlg Volneg' Sprawls 6th Grad Linda Mcflolurri Jolanda Malta Hayiriond Martin Glen Miller Joe Ed Mitts Linda Mill: Barbara Morris Weldon Mote Betty Sue Nall Phillip Newberrg Diane Newkirk Mike Nortlicutt Larry Payne Pat Pollard Alan Powell 48? - I f fy 'T' 6th Grade Tommy Stewart Joe Neal Stockett Lanette Sturgess Mike Sweatt Kay Thomas Jerry Don Tillman Howard Todd Bryan Tole Jeffery Tucker Mary Ann Vars James Vaughn Jerry Vaught Elaine Vest Jack Ward Sandford Whitaker :DO '59- 47?- 0' in Y- Q?- 41 1 1. lan u Carolyn White Kerry White Ronald Wilfonu, Leonard Williams Thelma Williams Christenia Wilson David Woodside Jeri Wyer 'SA MRS WALTER HUNT TOP ROW I Duke W Smoot J Ruland H Blackman P Young O Mun1z F Ramas S Welss MIDDLE ROW R Cannonj Thomas L Welser B Collls M Inglrs L Earley M Morph1s J Drck BOTTOM ROW T Strrnger E Patterson D Starnes S McCa1n S Hrckman M Taymond I Fowler M Cramer C Hutson fir 'P R ,913- A' 'F' 5C MRS MARFORIE BREWER TOP ROW I Murrell L Spencer I Arnold H Hobbs K Cleaver D Newklrk K George L Barker G Anderson M Brasher MIDDLE ROW M Grauado M Cruce M Jordon M Nlchols G Gruben J Mays L Malone D Hardee R Housewrlght BOTTOM ROW S Hall R Walton C Gunnels B Peek G Mansell J Gongales O Mulllns J Young M Eddleman K Northcutt X 5C MRS KERMIT MITCHELL TOP ROW B Coots R Chandler M Hall T Deal L Cagle T Bates G Johnson D Mason D Tucker I Esparza MIDDLE ROW W Orr J Williamson T Whrgham M Mote G Johnson P Thomas S Vrckers E Beckman B Johnson BOTTOM ROW M Evans J Casanova D Weiser M Zelgler L Berner T Love B Burk D Behne W Steele 5D - MRS. DON E. VAUGHN TOP ROW: S. Sharp, D. Barnett, N. Coors, I. Holman, W. Butcher, V. Liles, D. Smith, G. Shackelford M. Luera. MIDDLE ROW: N. Hood, C. Johnson, Sherrill Sharp, L. Hooper, S. Patton, B. Hicks F. Howell, J. Herring, B. Graves. BOTTOM ROW: J. Ward, I. Edwards, M. Roberts, B. Kelln, I. Cook M. Hale, 1. Braly, R. Wallace, F. Richards. I 5E MRS H L ROWELL IR TOP ROW B Berryman I Chrlders K Anderson J C11fton O Garcra G Gonzalez R Burrow W Osburn L Turner S Smlth MIDDLE ROW L Olson D Newberry S Evans C George J Blshop M McDowell L Southerland R T Casel C Mlke T Hutson BOTTOM ROW S McCoy I Peek E Lupton R ohnston C Thomas M L Chapa B Davrs B Montaque A Raymond L Sonnamaker SPECLAL EDUCATION MRS NELL SHEETS TOP ROW B Blackman L Davrs I Nlckel D Hutson I Nlckel W L Davrs BOTTOM ROW L Vanattl I Bradshaw H Blackman G L Mason 'Yi . .JV- .g,fi'??5 f , ,, L Q -V JL 'J J 34- ' 'H ' :A , 9 , , , E g 1 1-if 3 1 f - is .wx gg! 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OO rj ZW f-if 3 45,13 up 8 Q Q K .Q 5 wif' my L E 3 Q S 5 xt? ll2"?' EIGHTH GRADE FOOTBALL BACK ROW Coach B111 Phxlhps E DeVo11, R Lewellen M Chlsm M V1.se T Brasher S Slms .T Luper SECOND ROW D Cole L Ellis N Poage G Starnes J' Rlce H Rogers I Crosby FRONT ROW B Hardy D Rucker D Hay P CzaJkowsk1, ,T Dalluge. MANAGERS B Edwards L M1115 SEVENTH GRADE FOOTBALL BACK ROW: Coach E. N. Howell, L. Davis, P. Tucker, I. P. Sharp, I. Spencer, D. Carruth, F. Hooper, T. Kendricks, S. Hooper. THIRD ROW: K. Bradley, T. Edwards, D. Shackleford, T. Bates, D. Dennison, B. Childers, I. Love, K. Bozeman, S. Grantham. SECOND ROW: J. Brooks, W. Mote, L. Garrett, M. Pollard, M. Ward, S. Noble, M. Cummings, J. Arnold, C. Shelton, B. RICE, J'. Howell. MANAGERS: D. Dennison, .T . Tucker, R. Davis. A V' gig ,'g uf, A af if M? .f Z2 Q 5 ,. ,,, 2 'fa 2 s"Y 1 5 QE ,B w?GQQ . 52:4 Swwzgf f,1 f?W?W-W . ii ig E J , ig PLQ1 rig 'ff 10 gg? pi, Us 5535 3 I ! 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I , ww I ' L1 A 'lf in .. ., 'pp f ,, V '- ,,, f.,, fy ww ' ,x L , ,, V , 1 5 ,V Y ' ' , 4 U , -AL M is -L, M, umor Hg School ACf1U1f1QS Susan H1ckman was f1rst place wrnner ln the hula hoop contest Mavy Lon Chapa and Edna Beckman were runners up Troy Brasher 1S presrdrng over the Iunlor Hlgh student body at an assembly program if ff 'F' K5 '4x Joan Cagle Orv1111a Morrls Dorrs Nolen Bobby Vaught Barry Edwards IS poxnung out the varlous and Jack Gamson are studylng about the naturalresources ume zones of the Unrted States rn Mr of Texas rn 7 C Walter Edwards class Junlor Hrgh Band IS shown at the flrst performance af ter they recerved thelr new unxforms 163 o o it 0 o o 1 V W 7:1 i IJ? WV, I I- - 2 h I m li Lfra Cheryl Culwell and Don Smlth Iuruor I-hgh runner recelved the honor of crowmng Pegene Cox and hm Pat Sharp Junlor Hlgh Kmg and Queen at the Halloween Coronauon A Chrlstmas pageant was g1ven rn Indlan style showxng the baby Jesus 1n a manger by the frfrh grade cholr Mrs Al Burks elghrh grade room door was de corated as a Chrrstmas seal durmg the hollday season Fmally the day arrxvedl Erghrh grade boys re cerved therr letterjackets, perhaps the f1ISI of several 1n their athleuc career. Frfth Grade Chou drrected by Mrs Carol Sponholrz rs pracucrng for that rught s Chnsr mas program TIHE PACIHC HUUNTMN CENTRAL EASTERN John Nolen rs explaxrung rhe ume zones of the world to Marxlyn Mote, Helen Pannell, Drane Clower, and Lorene El1ff wlule Lynn Ellls checks to see rfhe IS rlght n .V vs' u' ' ' . Q Q . . 1 flu ,".4 '.. Q. ' -1 . .. so ' , u 1 i. , - .x v , r . . , . . . , s 5 A ' r 11 f . X 25. ,V , . 'run -l If , - UPS. I Q L , , . . 7 a , 4, . . .. . . .. . , . . 2 ,V , V E3 , 'ffm emenfary Twelve years complete the cycle of pubhc school educauon Durmg these past twelve years such Lhrngs as T V rock and roll forergn sports cars and satellrtes have become a part of 11fe Thrs next twelve years should brmg equally s1gn1f1cant changes to Mrs C L R.ose's present frrst grade , Q in A , , 5 23, 9 ff H. Q .z- 'iw 3? 2176 My I, V . if ff ig: , X ' gy-Q K P m g,. , My if 4 1 5252 F M Y 515 , ' 'Q 2 9 W Ap wi E21 '15 f p L 5' L ,Q H ff 4 4, .. if F 3 Vi i k?6i ' Q2,31I""'Y" K 'B Y? E at ' kgpgw af? iA,q1,,q 3 " Tfflr -,V ' ,f f ,Y W L- ' ' ft, ,Q w s. , , R A ---N.. mm Q2 MRS. ROY PYEATT B. S. , West Texas State MRS. ELBERT SWEATT B. S. , West Texas State MRS. MAL WYNNE B. F. A. , University of Oklahoma M. A., Texas Tech MRS, C, W, ROSE B. A. , West Texas State MRS. BILLIE BIRDW ELL B. S. , West Texas State MRS. JOHN BROWN B. S. , M. Ed. West Texas State A65 MRS. NELLIE HOGGATT B. S. , West Texas State MRS. RAY DOUGLAS B. S. , Central State Edmond Oklahoma M. Ed. , West Texas State MRS. TOMMY MIDDLETON B, S. , West Texas State MRS. LEROY ROBERTS B. S. , West Texas State MRS. TROY STEWART 3 years, West Texas State MRS. C. W. FREEMAN B. S. , Hardin-Simmons MRS. MONROE MC GLAUN B. S. , M. Ed. , West Texas State MRS. BILL G. RODGERS B. S. . Texas Tech MRS. BILLY LOVE B. S. , West Texas State MRS. BOBBY HOOPER B. S. , Abilene Christian College MRS. LAWRENCE DRAKE B. A. , Hardin-Simmons M. A, , West Texas State MRS. GORDEN GATEWOOD B. S. , M. Ed. , West Texas State MRS. TOM LANGSTON B. A. , West Texas State MRS. GUY SMITH 3 years, West Texas State MRS. R.H. BRALY B. A. , West Texas State M. A. , Northwestern University Q 4A - MRS. GORDEN GATEWOOD TOP ROW: C. Devin, R. Howard, S. Hutto, E. Alverez, R. Hutson, C. Williams, B. Harman, J. Miller MIDDLE ROW: R Gonzales R. Brooke D. Blount B. DeVoll I. Rowlett D. McCaslin B. Eddleman S Land I Goodwrn BOTTOM ROW B Potter M Whrte K Covtngton B Bryson K Watson O Walker B Rrvera C Wrlson C Barbee N Davrs 4B MRS GUY SMITH TOP ROW C Bozeman L Berry C Trnner R Combest R Welss A Hobbs D Sarchet D Tucker T Evan MIDDLE ROW P Dutton S Degge F Lemons T Bradshaw L Bradley L Scott G CzaJkowsk1 S RICC J Mtrelas I Espanza BOTTOM ROW S Evans I Sanders R McHaney B Bazaldua B Mtlner P Salas C Ledgerwood J Drckens D Patton A Ha1r E Reyna ' I l Y I I l . , . '. : . , . ', . ' , . , . . , Q n , . . , . , - 1. . . ' n : . ,. , .' ,. , . A, . ,. , . , . . : . , . , . , . , . , . , . ' ', . ' , . ' , . . : . ,. , . , . , . ' , . , . , . A , . , . t, . . Aggfi 4C - MRS. LAWRENCE DRAKE TOP ROW: G. Sorrenson, V. Bosaldua, E. Barrow, J. Anderson, S. Solazar, O. Watson, K. Fulkerson, N. Cordona, C. Ross, D. Barnes, S. Verver. MIDDLE ROW: I, Patterson, J. Vars, D. Hulscy, E. Lacey Johnson M Sp awls S Barbour D Gerdes K Baldwrn L Jones R Lee BOTTOM ROW T1l1man D Nall C Freeman B Dawson S Murphy R Wood R Gardner D Hutson McCo1um N Calcote K Nall 4D MRS R H BRALY TOP ROW D Pearson N1 A1rehart P Irlbeck R Garrra O Casel S Xwrlfonb T Carhle K Vann C Stark B Rose M Vaught E Sharp BOTTOM ROW D Granthun R Tomberhn D Ballard D Scott G Reeves I Berryman R Grantdo C Enrrquez P X lktr I Flsk er X Flores C. , . r , . , . , . ' , . , . . : K. , . , . . D. Green, E. Byram. MIDDLE ROW: A. Boyett, O. Ford, I. Zuniga, J. Keim, B. Rector, K, Barbour ' Q s 4E MRB T LANGBTON TOP ROW D Iennrnus J Hutson C Cradx L T Trnner B Cossett P Maxs Vl lover D Pearson MIDDLE ROW C Mason D Cook J Evans S Lrles T Rousseau G Ferrell B Hooker L Dum M Rros BOTTOM ROW M Vrllrrreal L Qurntanllla I Evans A Mrlls L Nlrlls G Gard G bmoot C bhaw P Walker BA MRS ROBERTS T ROW N S lamr B Lerj F Comales F Cwonaales R Vrllarral O Nlumf C Vasquea MIDDLE ROW A Vasquez M Cufman M Gomez J Bazaldua L Luera I Herraras R Vrllarral BOTTOM ROW R Castellon F Grergo I Castellon O Munlz C Salazar V Muruz G Garcla Nl Vrllirral I--J 'SB MRS HAZEL DOUGLXS TOP ROW T Chandler L Childerb B Hinton R Self S Hutson I Delgado D Nl1lllS.3D C Wxnnc M Dtvoll MIDDIE ROW I Mason M Simon K Gardner X Chtipa I Ramo, L Fisl R x Iv Yslis F I3os.,i,Lss BOTTOM ROW M Harman X I1 lqohn S Bo II Sanden E Q D Moorc D Ward E Smith B Findlaw BC - MRS. TROY STEWART ,xi Q C? TOP ROW: V. Gomez, P. Davis, I. Honea, J. Burk, C. Crriwford, I.. Thornton. D. Croclwr, E. Payne, E. Arnold, R, Ingram. MIDDLE ROW: I. Burton, R. Edwards, R,Cliristi.1n, A. Harrison, R. Garcia R. Harris, I. Bales, M. Penn, C. Ouiroz, D. Gayler, W. willhiins. BOTTOM ROW: N. Iiltilock, L. Montgomery, D. Scott, S. Williamson, L. Duncan, L. Graham, C. Ethridge, W. Walker, S. R.imcri.z. 171 3D - MRS. GLENDA MIDDLETON TOP ROW: I. Mlreles, P. Green, G. Polk Jr., L. McCain, D. Cramer, R. Gonzales, I. Gunnels IT. Pendleton B. Finek. MIDDLE ROW: I. Altman O. Ross C. Clough G. Christian B. Hood D fucker C Raper D Butler Vl Raymond BOTTOM ROW 9 Powell M Qurntanrlla L Love G Ellrff J Lunler R Patterson L Sprawls W Wrllrams S Elkms E MRB CLE'XlNllOGGATT P Bowdston MIDDLE ROW R Andrus I Chapman M Hlckman P Mwrtrn S Workman J Gtr .1 H Xltnran P MLC Lllfl C bturee s BOTTOM ROW C Johnson T Bradshaw J Zu ler J Wlnahwrn F Nolen 'xl Brooks M Southerland J W thoff I Mason , . , . , . , A . . Z - . , - 1 , - . ' , . fa, . , . ', . , . . 3 - ' A. 2 . TOP LOW: J. Roberts, I. Wood, G. Vaughn, D. Spear, D. Vargas, L. Morris, G. Cantir, I. Shultz . j ' . : . -, ,. ' ' , . ' , . C ' , . , . r Ci' ..'3",,.' js. 'z . ,. ,. 'Cyl ,. N tub in NLR5 FUN X IIOOPEP POW C ruokc LL 1 s 1 1111 Putgrbou N Dum 7ClSS 11111 Ixrlprtrrd V L 5 me DL LK JOII r 1 1111 0 1 BUT x 1 wL 1 U L O L L I 11111 SGD L - MRS. BILLY ROCELS FORM . arrow, . . uera, '. sa sua, '. '31 , . . ur ar, . 51r1r1Qcr, Z, .1f.1lQL1.1 . George. MIDDLE ROW: D. Fuller, K. Berry, G. Go11z.11u5, ll. Ford, L. Nall, D, Gardner, B. KLM Hall, K. Mrller. BOTTOM ROW: K. Autry, G, Nolun, B. Drake, M.MLnrpl115, P. Lcd1L'r1sL11w11 5 Suou, M. Boj:dsto11, B. Smith. C NIRS BILLY LOVE P ROW B Thomas IXIOITIB B Tv. al E MCC urs, M NICIIOIS L Watson C Cosby B Newbcrrv L McDow ell M DQQLL MIDDLE ROW I R1cl1ards L BIICOC R Harr1s II D Smdgrson W Bxrd I Ncwlurk L Allgn T VauQ,h11 R Edwards BOTTOM ROW P Mason TVIIFLILS Y Garora F Boston G Ballard H Luna E IVILCSSIITI D IVICCTSIIII I Carleton D NINE MONROE MC CIAUIN TOP POW L ll orrr lx 1 1 urrox 1 r Hu x111JDLE 1 1 ci Q 1 wf 11 QL. O lo ur Bur on B OM POW ore J V1 u I N 1 Ont O11 LI J u .6 - I " ,, 77 ij-fi ' I - ' f I VC Q t W. ix- - , . L. 6 7 J W Y .ISR ' 4' '1 2 - 1 . TO : . , D. . , . 1 T, - ' . - , - ', . ,, . ' , . I L' H : . ' , . ' , - -0 , I I - B . z If r'11s V 4. 1 f 1 , rsvr L1 - I M , 1, ' M . 4, .A ' D u K , . 1 A 'I , .. K K' Qv - F ' ' . K X I. .Ll ,. 1 - 1 . ' ' , 1 . ' Q "1 SL-lfll-', S. lang, M. Inglis, M. H"1 l1 , '. F1-ar, B, B v, D. FYSIIC, I-. Ito, T. Pfrslfrzs. . FOI : l. B'l1s. C. Naraujo, H. Alcmarr, S. Harrison, T. IZ. H ord, '. I' ', E, B wg, lf. IIIIIILIII, P. P lv D. I . OTT 1 : N. Mo 4, R. L Qul11ta11illa, . 'vcr T. Hurt. C. F: 'cilZ1Il. XV. Da '15, I.. Bates, lf. L. N1 Q '1- B. Rios, IJ. P. Gulwlw, T. Haylx rst. I74 ll Q no S E MRS CY FREEMAN IOW rnrtr Bar our F Stana and Cra 5 gr T 1o1n1s Rus CII R Foutch B Rrct MIDDLE ROW r Lopez M Croxton F Evans I Crawford I Lovg C Xrnold 9 Stout D N1CCunL C RICO A Cfasanova S Elllson BOTTOM ROW P Johnston T IIt1tson L11 I Cunnc s S Goof C IN r rn Edwuds R se R onLa1es M 5 C It R 5E FOP ROM D Bazaldua T Gonzales D M ellborn 5 Blount H Lwnons 5 Iuna 5 XILCart 5 uzrnm apa e L n DLE RON L 'al er T Srultz L km en T X1 rtII I Hrrmxn D Starnes C Roberts N1 L Ceorvc D Rossx BOTTOMIOW 5 kvrlson ar D Spenctr D Roberts M Martln R Ethrldqe K Whrte ead ou 5 Vw II 175 :- gi? E , , 52 aff' ' Q' Q32 K N rv H: kj, it 4 Q f' T'.2f ff W "i,x"'f:5 - 'J' a ' X'- -,1 A X 'ii , 4 . 2:2 If '. f 1 q w W M Q .. 43 4' W-ra" 8. Y Hlfl J,T A wgl' .Q- Q -:Nw 504- Z Q, , xg 2? gg Q Iv W 'Q ' ' ' 4 5.5 12, - iff? :V - Q 1 Q , Q ' M Y M4' , ,. 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J 4 L Ns ' SQEJH .f is--55 sf ' 1F MRS ROYD PYEXTT TOP ROW A Guzmon L Gomez S Basaldua D Rona M Esquxvel J Cosullo R Vasquez J Iuera S Basaldua MIDDLE ROW M Vlllarreal M Lopez E Carza J Garcxa M Delgado C 5111s L Castellon S Ramerla 5 Casanova I Luna BOTTOM ROW I Lopez N1 Garcla I1has H Naranjo A Luna J Gonzales J Carza I Garc1a W5 auf.-w,.-xfwibvakw w SPECIAL EDUCATION MRS. TWILA AMERSON TOP ROW D StaDD1 I Garza, L Dxck, I Casel BOTTOM ROW W F Tlrmer, C. Casal, W Johnson . , ,, ,,s, , , 1, 1 -..WW f , g ' Q ' . A -,J as I xi A . Q Q I 'ifi Q ' - c 5 1 ., We ,,, .,-M,,,M1 ' . Eg ' 8 ' " 7 fd ' t- 1, 4 ' d 1 .1 , . 14-if , .., s' ' vs : T 1 1 I - O 1 AA . 1 1 N, Y ' ' 1 - - 1 - 1 - 1 - . 1 ' 1 - 1 - 1 . 1 X , . . I . , . " , . v , . , . , 1. L V, . , . V , . , . 1 I 1 ' , L' . , B 2' - ' 1 ' . , . , . , . , . , . . ...,- w1fkm7'0" ,.a,,,f.- - . 1, 1 . .MM , , M, M.- . s .. M...1mA..h,,,s.,.,,,-,s,..,,.,.., 1 swf 5, I a 1 9. Y 1 1 ' ,ff A 7 ' 3 L , ' 21 ,, V fs ' 1 , , 1 Elemenfary Clloir TOP ROW: J. Ewen, D. Crocker, S. Barbour, K. Barbour, M. Sprawls, D. Sargent, O. Watson, K. Fulkerson, J. Miller, S. Degge, S. Wilfong, G. Cza Jkowski, S. Hutto, T. Carlile, J. Vars. G. Farrel. SECOND ROW: C. Raper J. Bales, M. Devoll, G. Vaughn, K. MoCo1um, J. Berryman, G. Reeves, L. Mills, G. Wynne, L. Thornton, L. Devin E. Arnold, M. Hickman, B. Dawson, B. Hood, L. McCain. FIRST ROW: M. Harman, J. Ziegler, J. Burke, D. Spear J. Sanders, A. Mills, M. Penn, C. Free,am. A. Hair, E. Sharp, S. Evans, D. Milligan, R. Edwards, C. Sturgess, L. Duncan, M. Sanders. Elementary Banc! SEATED, Left to Right: L. Hooper, S. Sharp, V. Liles, B. Graves, J. Ward, M. Roberts, N. Hood, J. Holman, J Cook, C. Johnson, M. Hale, J. Braly, N. Coors, S. Patton, J. Edwards, D. Barnett, B. Kelln, M. Luera, F. Howell, D. Smith, R. Wallace, W. Butcher, S. Sharp, E. Barbour, F. Richards. STANDING: B. Hicks, Gary Shackelford. 179 Krng Kent Kelln and Queen Barbara Burrows re1gned at the Ele TWO of me fmt graders who Pafncl mentary Halloween Coronauon at the Halloween Carmval pated rn the Halloween parade Only the elves know who' in Attendants for the Coronation were from the fourrh grade Cherry Hurto and Clay ton Devrn if VRS. Mrs Lawrence Drake s 4C room gave a Spanlsh play for Lhe1r parents 180 Dav1d Blount and Kerrh Watson clean the frshrng bowl for then room Group readmg rs part of the schedule each day for Mrs Guy Smrth Mrs Tommy Mrddleton had just grven her geography class therr assrgnment so they were study IH f.-L ' I Y' A XXL: Identrflcauon of great prctures IS part of the Inter Scholasuc League com petxuon fra? -R. 2 A-5 To help burld a better understandmg of therr culture these stu dents were smmng Spamsh folk sonus Understandlnq of class umts rs deve lopecl throuqh art IH Mrs R H Braly s class 181 L J Bales M DeVo11 L Thornton, D Crocker, G Wynne, J Burke D M1111gan and M Hrckman make up the elementary ocrette They srng for P T A C1V1C clubs and other organrzauons Y -1 'ls F1rst grade boys bu11d roads and tunnels o rherr cars and trucks One of the favonte recess acuvmes of the ele mentary students 15 Jumplng rope Y! L S U64 Students rn Mrs Joy M Braly s class check th b k e rts to See eu progress In OO r po Learrung to form and read numbers through the hundreds rs part ofthe anthmeuc act1v1ty of the puprls rn the thrrd grade , I 4 . , . , . . . . , . , . . . . ., , . g I W 1 y I R .sei 'X A . , A 1' A I .-1 amiga F . k . - " ' ff-1 ' .- A . ,.' , . uf, .. - . A ' ' , ,, so "v- , V , .A Y A ' U , , ' ' ' bf ' , r ' - '. ,. "- W. 4. "' ' " 'A h A , ' -' ,. Q - fra ' . . . 5u,,+'7P ., 7 . fr . . . . . - ,, r:rxaarsnr,...,'- n .-' Jsnrunaa . u ' grunuuunso ss:s1s4xsss'Sl59C0 sfsz 6li9'D w- - 'rx vsvsao A , - nn, ann 'if ' I 11 t. no . 5 , ' .n 1 ., wr uf 1 Lg: . x ' ' ' Syl' Q ,a ni 'N . F 0 u 1 ' - . . Advertisement In the nucleus of the Tu11a of yesterday lay the promlse of the Tu11a of today The band shell the hghung the horse and buggy the wxdely spaced homes the w1ndm111s contrast wlth the cars mercury hghung new bl111d1l'1gS and adeveloped res1denua1 area Congratulatlons to the 1959 SGDIOI Class Tulla Hlgh School FIRST NATIONAL BAN ms'-mlb f FX uflfo. J Mens?-9 CONTINUOUS SERVICE SINCE 1902 MEMBER 4FEDElAL RESERVE SYSTEM Tulla Texas of 1 -'SNS 0 J .co g i g ib.sYw ', Nancy Keellng and Dora Welss pass approval on the Mlnneapolls Mollne 445 Tractor WORKMAN 8 CULWELL MACHINERY 126 N Maxwell was 5 3507 The LUSTRE SHEEN Process 15 dlsplayed by Betty Bales and Betsy Koerselman BLAIR S CLEANERS Cont1nuous Servlce Slnce 1934 111 S. Austln WY 5 3750 HFor Service Callu 1 PERRY BROTHERS f' E Y A EQ WY 5 2189 SOLOMAN Q REAL ESTATE E Eg-:A4+E W1 IE N Md WY 5 223?f-XX I QDIQDUCYS SWISHER CREAMERY TULIA WHEAT GROWE RS 117 N. Sant F O6 E. Broadway WY 5-3571 WY 5-3774 I- mac r... I .,.,1. ' ,..,3 -132:-. 9 0 5 fl T91 me 0-41 143 E. Broadway - un Hzll Q ' ,N V ' - 'xxx X ,. 129 . 'xwe11 - -N ' ' Jlm Smlth 1S showlng Melvln Hooten the new stock of w1nter Jdckets dt Ed Crawford s Men Store ED CRAWFORDS MEN STORE 117 North Maxwell WY 5 2270 ROY HOLTZCLAWS JEWELER 40 South Mdxwell WY 5 4460 Dena Rogers and Vance Bauer are looklng over the OMEGA watches flne dldmODdS end KREMENTZ and HOBE Jewelry dt Holtzcldw S '9 N I ' . . f ' C 9 Y 1 -L . - n . I 1 . . A A I 3 0 A MJ' 'n', A .M , g.. '- J, im ,Q .' ',g"' 4 1 se 'iw h al' 'f ' '. , 1. ' S 1? 9 f , Llndd Garner and Sherwood Love choose SPEIDEL cuff llnks and t1e cldsps shown by Don Clower dt CLOWER JEWELRY CLOWER JEWELRY 113 N Maxwell waz 5 3440 Jdy Vers presents Janlce V1se wlth a lovely bouquet of red roses from TULIA FLORAL TULIA FLORAL s 1-: WY 5 2111 210 . . lst - ZS'-f Cdrol Butler Sue Reld, and Johnnle Jo Dean enjoy cokes from the fountaln SEIV1Ce at the CITY DRUG CITY DRUG 148 S Maxwell Wy 5 3525 V5 5 7 25 ,F Mrs. Al Burks and Roxanne Sturgess enjoy shopping for the fine produce found at GRIFFITH'S. GRIFFITH'S loo S1-3. lst WY-5-3762 li' s , ' ' 2 ln' , - . . 1 3 . U ' 1 ',- l W . .'. :ln W ' ,-.V X . r , vf .3 . .vs - 1 pa Q , J, ' , M: ' A A .. ' ", ,' 0. ',, K' V f , , M b . '. 3.' - -..f f y4W1'Qf ..i, , fy, . . t' s ,W .V ,.- I. I-J., . ' , 1, -,-..,. I-Q A -, , ' - , 1 -A . ,V I .- ' , , ... Q -. I f. F ' . , . -4 .. . ' . . W, A 4 . . . . . Y 3 . . 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Broadway . ,, W Jw i i vp W-F AW 7 4 mgfm V 4 ,,7,, ,.7, ,.,.,,-M--M-WH-'N""""" v s ' a ' . a - 'I , f 8 . . 5: , I 4 4 T E - 1 91 BRCWN BROS GARAGE Wrecker Servlce 30 N 87 WY 5 2222 P CITY TAILORS in fg9Vx sag PICKUP DELIVERY ALTERATIONS 129 N Maxwell WY 5 2234 'i"l Judy Dawson is using one of MID PLAINS' colored extension telephones. MID-PLAINS RURAL TELEPHONE l42 W. Broadway Phone WY 5-2700 9 4 'v wi 9? . . N ,EM , N ....Q.H? . S3f'i! xx X , N , C9 xr W , . X! . 4 . - r . -I Mary Lou Bonds and Em1ly Ward lnspect the new VAUXHALL at McDonald Machlnery Company MCDONALD MACHINERY CO JOHN DEERE VAUXHALL PONTIAC 20l W Broadway WY 5 3292 Nancy Shurbet and Glenda Holman dlscuss a place sett1ng uslng WALLACE Sterllng at Flynt Jewelry and Drug FLYNT JEWELRY AND DRUG Watch Repalrlng Sportlng Equlpment 136 S Maxwell WY 5 3252 I 9 , 4 ' 1 0 o - - .- - - 0 o 1 e a 0 Q n . Q ' - - 0 Mlldred Smlth 1S ShOWlHg Llndd Gould and Jo Nell Cosby the new style ln Jewelry COMPLETE DRUG SERVICE REGISTERED PHARMACISTS HEARD A DJ NES lOl E Broadwdy Phone WY 5 3551 COSMETICS PERFUME FOOD SERVICE AT FOUNTAIN Llndd Could samples INTOXICATION perfume by D'Orsdy dS Jo Nell Cosby looks on 0 1.45 4 94 ua. ' Qi , 7 .4 - ' 3, A v f :I g I I ,. S v . TIQ 5 it Tm.f Jr' - . 5 DW 1 . y ' im' Tommy Goodman checks Wlth Allen Glenn before dellverlng Trldngle Butdne to h1S customers N TRIANGLE BUTANE CO COmmefC1dl Resldentl l Irrlgdtlon Tractor Converslons Avenue WY 5 2ll4 FARMERS GRAIN CO. 402 S. Sante Fe WY 5-3546 195 220. . 87 - i --Q, 1'exAco zzI1'2'L CHANDLER S 48.5 if SERVICE STATION SE 1 WY 5 2742 p b1 1260 Tu TULIA CO OP G N OwndbyCtt G L..... 96 WY 5 2837 mf- E aa? My LITTLEJOHN BROS W B WY 2224 ,1 I I . f ..uza gk tates uw- 201 . st - F us s, u ic se ice-all at your fingertips. K T U C lia, Tex qw I , ka Z5 S ,-w a .'R: X' -ef' ' If ' 'Egf5.g I- ' fig, f 1 Zydf I ' M X I Sho and Save at e o on rower Silverton Hwy. 310 . roadway 5- 1 James Tucker 011ve Love, and Kay Ev ns are reldxlng 1n so11d comfort dt Ramsey s Furnlture Store K RAMSEY FURNITURE STORE 100 S Maxwell Phone WY 5 2121 I' Q.-E. Q F ' 041151 PM inn- 513155 gd? "lllllu At Ramsey Hardware B111 Goodwln lS ShOW1Ug Super KEM TONE to Kdy Evans dnd O11ve Love RAMSEY HARDWARE 11 sw 1 Phone WY 5 3319 197 . , -K r 1 . Q 1 on T I 1 - . x ? -M 51 1 fi-2 n , v R E11 1 so 4 . - B111y and Bobby Doan are explalnlng the advantages of an AC o11 f11ter to June McCa1n and Janlce Rector A1115 Chalmers Tractors and Implements H ere To Buy Them LLE DCDAN FARM SUPPLY WY 5 3583 B111y, June, Bobby and Janlce are examlnlng the outstandlng features of the new GLEANER BALDWIN comblne 9 X Q ,wx - wh ll Highway 87 Judy Brasher 1S try1ng to dec1de on sports clothes modeled by Judy Harman and Carolyn Hale TULIA TOT TO TEEN SHOP " or lot es D1s 1nc y Dlfferen " 515 N 87th Ave Tulla Texas Twlla Hdught shows Bllly Whltten SYRACUSE dlnnerware found dt the Blossom Shop THE BLOSSOM SHOP GlftS Follage Plants Decordtlons Cut Flowers WY 5 2286 312 West Broddwdy Tulld Texas I9 9 F C h ' C' cl ' C 'H QFLYEF- l SALES 6 SERVICE wan I -1-...- Q Q Q 1 a1',:,,0 ' OLIVER 5450 N ART A TULIA OLIVER CO. G M C Sales and Servlce WY 5 3790 309 S 86 Avenue Tulld Texas WALLACE FUNERAL HOME 305 West Broadway Phone WY 5-3742 AMBULANCE C.h.n.u.n.n..Lr.t.. CONNER MOTOR CO Sdles Servlce Tulle Texds WY 5 3565 OLDSIVICDBILE O HUXFORD S Gentleman s Wear Shoes for the Entlre Fdmlly Ladles Reddy to Wear Dldl WY 5 3331 137 E Broddw y rmfu' sfpwrf WP 5pfC!AtTY 200 ' I ., XXX Y L I ' . , 1 .1 1 . ' a ?3::::7' 332222 121+ SE. lst -2-rg -Q i t 1 - ' f X 'roi These trucks provlde the best haullng avallable General Haullng Phone WY 5 3333 H RRI TRUCKS 418 NW Sth L1VeStOCk Gralns Authorlzed to carry ln 48 states Larry Douglas Mlchael Llles, and Kenny Burrow admlre the flne quallty of trucks found at Harrls Trucks RM HW F a . . 3 . . U ,. ,f '45 gf". 35 , . ' f rrER . a. 7 'Z 'fii k ., .' , w"ff' . 1 . 3 :ze 4.5 1 A ,J 1 A Q.. ,H ,,,,.,, H 1:6 4 3 . QV -Lf an , 'uf ' "v ks: :sci Dorothy Jedn and Jlmmle Bdrbour are dlSCUSSlUg the uses of PHILLIPS Premlum Cleaner and Wdx BARBOUR BROTHERS H our frlendly 66 lstrlbutor Butane Gdsollne Olls WY 5 3366 Hlbhway 87 f -,I- Carol Burns offers Flo Barnes dnd Selend Bllllngton d IGfI6ShlH5 DR PEPPER DR PEPPER BOTTLING CO DR PEPIER the frlendly HPepper Upper Wy 5 2257 100 S Ddllds 202 I , 5 Y ' PHILLIPS D' ' H I - if , Q "" SL . . ' Q Cv I . . L1 ' . . J - J . ' - ll Char1es Aycock and Jeanette Tucker are Iooklng at AIR STEP and LIFE STRIDE shoes at Bates McHaney Shoe Store BATES MCHANEY SHOE STCJRE 115 South Austln Wy 5 3118 .X Jana Morrls and Jane Jones d1sp1ay the prompt and courteous servlce offered at Hansen s Insurance Agency HANSEN S INSURANCE AGENCY 138 South East lst WY 5 3318 O . f : . 1' - , . - .. - .4 A - . fi.'v:'Qffw'5ns4 f , . mygr. 'V 5,.w.ref:en', 55131. E sw-fi few I . W. ,1 , fa,--,A,?,a:ji.QVJ, - . ,Y-3. ,JE . ,z ' -' J'-A' Y 3 . ' 1" V143 A 'aaa xi I . . ' . I , O Q Compliments of JENNINGS FARM UPPLY ANHYDROUS AM ONIA TULIA'S COMPLETE FARM STORE Phone WY 5 3195 204 DEKALB Hybrid Seeds - Insecticides - Farm Supplies Two wlse shoppers selectlng food at Rogers Superette ere Cdrol Wood and Janelle Chandler ROGERS SU PE RETTE ll4 N Austln Phone WY 5 2745 HARRINGTON You can get HBetter For Lessu at Harrington Servlce Station. HARRINGTON SERVICE STATION N. Hlghwdy 87 Phone WY 5 2118 HIt's A Pleasure To Serve Youu V Q. . 3 - 22: Q' Fw ,f 1 l 'J 1 lit V I rw I Q. A A . - I , P, 8' 205 Alene Cr btree has created new halr style for one of her mdny customers Betty Harman ALENE CRABTREE HAIRDRESSER 305 NW 5th WY 5 3055 Tulle Texas DEPTSTORE 105 S Austln WY 5 3357 Tulla Texas SPILLER RCDGERS T nlmuns QQ EQUIPMENT C0. WY 5-3787 219 SE. lst R . '17 2 A ,,,,, ,.,. A W V A N., W If tv 01 ,fx a ' a ' . , . . 9 3 3 Gene Hutto and J T Whlte are restocklng the shelves so that customers Cen get thelr favorlte brands BGB S DIAMO D SUPER MARKET 511 North 87 Phone WY 5 3183 Gene sacks Mrs Rdtjen s gIOCQIl6S wh11e Mrs Thompson checks them out iff.-N 7 'V I . 1 . . . P , 'T' : M 925 SE ,. U, -7, .. 207 'XXL' W gag wh 2f"f'y"'f':f" A A 'Q-Aw? 'fi 'Wh X 5 WT? J BOSTICK GROCERY ,ff Tul T 223252 Phone1WY 5eZgT8 ONE STOP Ssuzvnce 9 -fa REEVES GAS AND OIL an ai if 453 COSDEN PRODUCTS 425 NE 5th Tulla Texas Phone WY 5 4488 ss Rvncel AIX-gl Goo umnnnnonam IS OUR X mxavssna g FIRST THOUGHT I HILL-rEATHERsToN POST OFFICE L..... mm COMPANY CLEANERS Phone WY 5-3034 115 W. Broadway WY 5-4426 125 N. 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' I ',.v Xxx ,wh 1 1: f . 5 X T' . , 9 . ,ff 4 - 5 .f 6 n I . 113' . , - goofs 2 mm Mdrllyn Goodwlne and Tommy Chlldress choose genulne Levls and Lone Star Boots from Goodwlne s Depdrtment Store Tommy and Marllyn ddmlre d lovely Sdncha Orlglnal dress found at Goodwlne s .,-,", 1 . 1. f . 5 E 4' 1 , 7' . Q i 1 Q 1 . C? ' ' ' 't,fV I , L 3 . " 3 ' , MJ. .X V W X- ' N. . ' ' . ' . ' V ' , -, M..- w i GOODYEAR TIRES DELCO and CONTINENTAL BATTERIES LOVE BRCS CDIL CO WY 5 2114 220 N 87 AVE Ronnle Love who works at Love Bros extends courteous end prompt servlce to Leta Mae Slmpson and Yvette Appleton Your Car Will Go For"---AMLICO O O Sue Campbell and Pat George declde that BPS pdlnt 15 the best for dll uses ROCKWELL BRCTHERS LUM BER Tulle Texds CARRUTH INSURANCE run REALLY INSURES NOLAND BAGLEY WY 5 2755 Tulla Texas WY 5 4414 Representlng Electrlc Motor Rewlndlng COM EESEQECETQEDARD CIAL STANDARD Magnetos Ign1t1OHS Cg?EERa MARINE CO R f ' t e rlgera lon Fort Worth, Texas SERVICE AGENCY I Cldudette Ddvls suggests d rust hdt to go wlth Sue Brooks new BETTY ROSE codt LA VELLE S TULIA'S COMPLETE DEPARTMENT STORE l28 S Mdxwell WY 5 3783 lllll " Patsy Lewls looks on dS Becky and Joyce Medsles consults on Q proper hair style for Ndncy Nix. JAYCE'S BEAUTY SHOP 104 S. Mdxwell WY 5 3530 5 45 . 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Y . - F '- ' x l . .f - f L ' X-V 2 I HARMAN AND TOLES ELEVATOR 1202 NW ann WY 5 3235 MCGOVOCK DRILLING S PUMP ch A was 5 3180 PdCIlC1d Swedtt and L1Hda Shdrp ddmlre d dress found among the selectlons dt Northcutt's Dress Shop NORTHCUTTS DRESS SHCP H or lot es o lS lnctlon 128 E Broadway WY 5 2778 STAR GRAIN CO North of Clty WY 5 3158 I S fa 9 F C h f D' C' ' H X gfgiigfggf , f I I ,R ssl H Jerry Stout eXpl3lDS the typesettlng machlne to Floydelle THE TULIA HERALD Pannell H M Bdgg rly Publlsher 130 N Armstrong WY 5 3535 Jerry sets the photoengrdvlng camera 1n dlfferent posltlons to show 1ts versdtlllty to Floydelle T Serves You Better - Saves You More In Tulle AM BU RN S STATIONERY WY 5 3563 Hobbles Prlntlng Tul1d Texas School Supplles Off1C6 Supplles W A Amburn A Hayhurst Supply Co omplete Farm Servlce Seeds Farm Feeds Supplles Tulle, Texas Purlna Chows NN N 14 CW WILSON S CAMERA STORE Tulla, Texas lll N Maxwell WY 5 3775 216 . . T. . E - KAY X?-w A e QW, .. 1 ' f 153 , 1 HA C . H "' .T HYATT RADIATOR SERVICE Tractor Truck and Car Radiators Recored and Repaired 900 South West lst Street Tulia Texas Phone WY 5 3147 Mr and Mrs Willis Wood In Clower Building IDEAL BARBER SHOP 115 North Maxwell WY 5 3814 Tulia Texas Distributor of Texaco Petroleum Products YOUNG 8 ELLIS BUTANE 409 North 87 Avenue Tulia Texas Phone WY 5 2724 Complete Line of Building Materials Sewall and Glidden Paints Windmill and Well Supplies Pipe and Pipe Fittings Plumbing Fixtures WILSON S NICHOLS 201 South West st WY 5 4424 Tulia Texas 3 3 1 1 . 3 Wholesale Tires ---- Batteries ---- Accessories 3 1 - - ' , STATE CLEANERS HILLCREST CAFE P C1 N Ma WY-52717 ccugh y WYS3167 INSURANCE AGENCY HUTTO MOTOR SALES 1 N 87 A WY 5 3521 S Ma 2149 ucnnto L 3: if Pick-U an Delivery Service 208 . Xwe11 - Dimmi i wa - X REX AYCOCK :Shauna A3 Look If :- if -. CHQYSLER OO . ve. - 104 . xwe11 WY 5- Jerry Evans and Johnny Hay look at the motor of the new Nash Rambler HAY S IMPLEMENT CO Portralt G Commerclal Photographs O11 Portralts Photo F1U1Sh1Ug DALLAS STUDIO .i if Richard Bales and Vicki Eliff wishfully look over the new Ford Thunderbird TULIA MCJTOR SALES Z Julie Ann Holman shows Dinah Thompson and Barbara Vest a lamp which can be bought at Home Furniture. HCDME FUR ITURE 129 S. Austin Phone Wy 5-4477 Jan Burrow Dlane Clower Lynn Ellls and Larry M1lls are HORNET S NEST School Supplles Sandwlches Noveltles Malts K AUTO SUPPLY 133 North Maxwell Wy 5 3092 APWfTON MOTOR COMPANY 121 North Maxwell WY 5 3011 3 . 3 ' 3 ' enjoying after-school refreshments at the Hornet's Nest. 9 -7-.R gh Sandra McCo1um and Tommy Barnett are looklng at the added features of the 1959 PONTIAC EARL COSBY MOTCDR CO SWISHER COUNTY ELECTRIC COGPERATIVE, INC. 222 W. Broadway Tulia, Texas WY 5 3567 . , .4 22. ' --.aah - 53 . 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Enuvnplml cxla auf, Servlng the farmers of Tulla and surroundlng area are Bob Ewen manager and Bllly C Love of Brown Supply Company BRCDWN SU PPLY C0 Concrete P1pe Irrlgatlon Systems Alumlnum Plpe Deslgned Call typesj and Installed Wy 5 3021 406 N 87 Ave An experlenced crew from Brown Supply Company does the laylng of the concrete p1pe used ln the underground 1rr1gat1on on the L L Armor farm southeast of Tulla Allison Brenda 42 135 Altman Judy 48 75 81 82 Anderson Donna 34 Andrus Barbara 34 62 81 102 Andrus Norma 34 39 62 81 Apltn Yvonne 34 Appleton Yvetta 23 55 81 96 Avent Thoran 23 61 72 93 Aycock Charles 23 58 67 72 96 98 101 114 118 203 Bales Betty 34 62 63 64 67 85 185 Bales Rrchard 48 62 85 87 91 131 220 Barbour Dorothy 48 75 85 202 Barbour Jean 33 34 85 102 Barbour J1mm1e 48 64 75 85 Barnes Flo 23 64 65 81 101 2 Barnett Gary 48 '73 131 Barnett Tommy 23 '72 94 124 222 Bartlett Bertha 48 75 Bates Ralph 42 Bauer Vance 23 78 96 Beasley Leon 41 42 Beasley Wayne 48 Beckman Annette 42 Berry Jlmmy 42 72 Berry Ray 23 61 96 124 Bewley Louls 48 82 127 Brce Jeannette 34 75 Btce Lrnda 62 75 85 90 Btlltngton Scotty 42 '73 136 Btllmgton Selenda 23 62 63 64 202 Brvens Lrnda 48 75 90 Bonds Mary Lou 22 24 59 62 67 68 77 80 95 97 100 101 111 112 113 132 133 193 Bozeman Joyce 34 85 90 Bozeman Harvey 42 85 127 Bradley J M 34 72 102 126 Bradley Loretta 42 81 135 Bradshaw Lou 34 81 Brasher Judy 18 34 62 64 65 72 81 199 Brooks Judy 42 85 97 132 134 224 Brooks Sue - 22 24 58 64 69 80 81 97 98 100 212 Brown Jacque 48 64 '75 3 Burelsmrth Davtd 42 72 127 Burk Gary 48 64 Burk Norman 34 92 127 Burnett Ellen 34 71 75 81 93 Burns Carol 24 64 98 202 Burrow Johnny 48 73 85 127 Burrow Kenny 24 72 201 Butler Carol 24 55 57 189 Butler Pat 48 81 127 Byrd Freva 42 90 cagre B 61 93 Campbell Sue 87 119 211 Caraway Lrnda Caraway Paul Carothers Kay Carruth Teddy 72 78 96 98 Carruth Norma 41 42 64 75 85 34 70 81 133 47 48 73 127 131 48 75 81 82 22 24 56 59 70 114 122 123 126 42 Chandler Janelle 24 81 132 Chandler Melvm 42 73 85 Chenoweth Robert 42 72 Chrldress Tommy 13 34 209 Chrtty Kelene 46 48 64 75 81 Clayton John 42 62 63 64 85 Cleaver Reba Jo 48 75 135 Clower Don 35 Cook George 35 72 101 127 Dean Johnnie Jo - 25 62 189 Devoll Gene - 48 Devoll Wayne 48 73 Drck Betty Jo 42 Dtck Brlly Wayne 35 79 124 125 Drckens Glenda 48 65 96 Drckens Roy 18 25 72 118 123 126 Dtetrrch Marlene 35 56 57 85 101 133 Doan Brlly 35 39 64 92 198 Doan Bobby 13 35 40 64 92 99 Doan Parker 48 52 73 85 Donnell Gery 49 73 Douglas Larry 35 40 67 68 87 94 201 Edwards Wayne 42 136 Elllff Vrckt 49 75 81 96 Enrrquez John 49 85 Evans Bobby 43 72 Evans Kay 25 59 62 64 65 85 94 97 197 Evans Jerry 35 64 72 92 99 219 Flowers Vernon 49 73 Flynt Don 49 73 85 Foster Alta 91 Cook Rlta 47 48 65 75 80 81 Copeland Tommy 42 72 127 Cosby Jonell 35 85 86 87 194 Cultfer Lena 48 75 Culwell VlCk1 33 35 56 57 77 95 100 101 115 133 134 Culwell Theron 24 61 72 93 Cummrngs Glenda 42 81 Fowler Larry 33 35 72 127 Freeman Freeman Gardner Gardner Gardner Gardner Stanley 49 73 Wayne 25 78 125 Buddy 49 127 131 Monty 25 61 Robert 26 Robb1eGa1l 36 Cummxngs Jrmmy 25 61 Dalluge Joe 33 35 72 79 100 101 125 126 130 Daniel Jo Nell 48 75 81 Davts Claudette 25 59 62 64 Davts Stdney 35 72 79 126 Dawson Judy 25 57 62 67 68 87 97 103 192 Dean Jane 35 81 A Y Y l 1 Y 1 1 1 I 1 ' 1 1 ' 1 1 13 1 ' 1 ' - 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