Turkey High School - Turkey Yearbook (Turkey, TX)

 - Class of 1961

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-. I I I I l r Q 1 4 yi ,IWMR W ff. 1 1 'Ffff' 'J q +5551 7' fp 32 'givin' K way' 164 ew M J L L .1 'Qi' M' ' 42, ff" A T ,gegiabr 1 fx In ' w NK 2 t 2 x a r t A S G Q Q o ? X -Q '-3 Q 3 ,Alma ,Mater ' S 2 5 f 2 .J -1 nu ' 'f f V .1 Arise you men of Turkey High School! Go forth in strength today! We will ever stand behind you In the good old Turkey way. ln the darkest or the brightest, Strong and faithful we will be, Faithful to old purple and gold Through all eternity. The Purple and 6014 Other schools have different colors And different emblems too, But Turkey's sons and daughters Have the gold and purple trueg These are our colors royal And may we ne'er forget That while they robe the monarch They deck the violet. Through four long years of study We wend our busy way And foster the ambition That we hope to reach somedayg With our standards high maintaining Comes a love of truth and right, And our sons will e'er be faithful To the colors and the right. When in future years we're thinking Of the happy days gone by And the joys we had in studying In the rooms of Turkey High, Our mem'ries will remind us Of our teachers with delight And the days we spent in high school 'Neith the gold and purple bright. M J Turkey 19 HW' L L1-: 3,-is , K if E-M ,of , Editor-in-Chief Editor Mary Ann Robison Ruth Voleta Johnson Sponsor - Mrs. Lorean Hart Staff 33' Editor-in-Chief . . Editor. . Business Manager .... Assistant Business Manager . Advertising Manager Assistant Advertising Manager Art Editor - - . Assistant Art Editor . Sports Editor - - Assistant Sports Editor Junior Representatives - SophomoreRepresentatives - Freshman Representatives - - . . MARY ANN ROBISON . RUTH VOLETA JOHNSON . KEITH LANE , , BETH MULLIN . . IERRY BOB SMITH . LLOYD HOLLAND . . COZETTE GREEN . ROY TURNER . .RICHARD IRBY HARVEY WELLMAN . . .GAIL PROCTOR ROY GENE LANDRY . BRENDA LANE BUNKY MULLIN . . . SUE LUSK LARRY GAFFORD I, A 4 2 Y Qorward YEARS NOT YET TMAGTNED YOU MAY COME A- E WHTTE AND NEW NOW, GREY AND OUGH TT. ,5, 7. ' 59 X 1 , f S A ff' I Jhf . :Y X . V 4 ff f' , - ' ff , ,yr If ,K ,J-gf I f ' f' 5 ' 11-4? ' If f X if , f X L 1 2242 f f rl 1 JQX f f 1 , A , .,,,f , X ' 2 X ,f 4 Z -f f f Z , ff ,V 5 if f'f 4 721W f f , ff ,, P 9 1 . I Q Q TN TS V OLUNT , UMD THR OST ALGT P'- If , A cf' X If I Ross TH AND TH WTTH N R sm- A C ff THEN TNGLED mea 0 R X DUST TE A GLOW OE HAPPTNESS M COMES ACROSS YOUR EACE OR TE A GAY L VER TEAR TS EMTTTED THE HOPES AND DREAMS OE YOU OR TN CHTEE WTLL HAVE BEEN REALTZED DESTTNY OUR LTVES HAVE RELESS EDTT UR TOURNEY TNTO SP ON SOR HER T T SELETSHNESS H A CHTEE A! f Z ALONG O D EY OUR MOST UN DTTOR TN mxewce 1 ov UT 9 Youma f f EEEN TN EORTS TN THE SPTRT GATNED THE LOVE AND RESPECT O ND EDTTOR. HALLS HAVE CEASED TO ECHO N HART WTLL EL I A YEARS AETER THE E OE MRS LOREA ,f MANY OUR VOTCES THE NAM REMEMEERED MARY ANN ROETSON EDTTOR TN CHTEE C 3 TY TTT TTI f f f 11 ' f M vw H L ! j QW ' ,llc , f , . J - - VE gy 0 I I 1 9" f4"gL . 4 7 A il!" 1 Dr- - H A v 1 JQ- ' E ff '. J. 4 , y' - ' f xi, E ,,, 4, E., 'H-', 'f ! f A " M f y , ff ' V P L 7 , , I ff ,1 "X Q-.' 0 V X!! ' Tw -A 'TT A 111. M f f RTN ""dMf:? ' 'Hccausc We I 0176 and Appreciate J-fer x.,. 'vii .,, ' 'fire-1 I fi 42 f . H Ls ' I Q" sqxsff,-.. . , , C . 'F' T, . ".v. v . 4: Z3 2: - '. gp , .--:Q vp ' 1 -2- 1 .L .1--55 " if fifth' , f5i59"' "Wifi-'3?.P!0l1 62: 'lisp -1-04.5 fir . . --1 :bfi-: HEP. eq . a"f:':-ge-.- .av Q '-11 ' -, " - vie: if we-2'-'-fi'-f' :Q-5-ffjgw' N - I ' ' ' Y'-1 In Q 1 4:- I iw ' Q Jw U P 1 I Q, Fu' I 'M r - I '-il' 591' g, 'n,-fr I-"' 17:1 , "fa .Jr 'F ww-1-iri . - N 'ljlkg I A MASSIVE TREE STANDING STAUNCHLY AGAINST A STORM, 'I Q -21117 -' STANDING QUETLY IN THE CALM, MR, BILL QUERNER, WITH HIS CHARACTER TOWERING SKYWARD, STANDS OUT FOR STRENGTH 2237 'biz' AND INTELLECT. FEW HAVE SUCH QUALITIES OF ABSOLUTE SIN- iii' CERITY, OPTIMISM, AND FRIENDLINESS AS HE. HIS FRIENDLY SMILE .ax 2 AND PLEASING WORDS GIVE HIM A SPECIAL PLACE IN OUR. HEARTS. 'li ' .Q FA ft' -1 1. I . 'SQA J? I 'T I Ylsw ll 'xl 7 E X S M5 gs .. 5- -If! f:?i'if:5.-r:.1- D 53...-.f1f'-it ..,-.. - , 1.-w v .fx 5,7324-,. - Q... . G.. I: Liga :Zabel ' '41eF3:?"'-. . . -fs ff-.1-9 .f-nizrb' Scar., - -- H.:3f-I--. .41 ,-'izf' '-,-H 4717- .-I-'. 5,515 .5511 '-gSv'fgla?w5.-,' - av- -pf, ,Et I ir -Q 1--,Y 52155 3".:,.g Af,.!f' i2.1?..'4:'.3.Li"'f "HILL ffif e We eeee A 'Teaeher of the year" Dcdicatiau IT IS IN THE SPIRIT OF LOVE AND SIN- CERE ADMIRATION THAT WE DEDICATE THIS, THE 1961 "TURKEY"'TO OUR MOTHERS, SAYING, "THANK YOU FOR YOUR EVERY ACT OF KINDNESS TO US. " SENIORS OF '61 J . QS! Jn ,Memoriam TO HIM WHO LEFT HIS WORK AND WENT AWAY AS THE SWAL- LOW GOES UPON SOME UNKNOWN FLIGHT AND GOING, FIND SOME OTHER PLACE TO STAY, A BETTER PLACE, NO DARKNESS AND NO NIGHT, TO HIM WHO LEFT US BY THE HAND OF FATE TO HIS MEMORY WE DEDICATE THIS PAGE. MR. HOWARD R. IRBY 'H--M - EFA: 4- ' Ordcr nf Hank Q -m ig? D xl, L 'H' f , if '..' 'A J i 2, X, bf X 4 K 4 1 , :sd Z i 1 , y ,, M3 55,1 A ,X ,J-.f f f QI- f' 2 if ,f f 5: ff F yy , ,,,f.J . tilt ZJ, I .L ' Sli p,-faxib ..-. ? - 'fx' 2 r - 1 'x 5 "2 Z '7 Administration Seniors Juniors Sophomores Freshmen Elementary Personalities Organizations Athletics Activities Admini frativu "The quality of mercy is not strained: It droppeth as the gently rain from heaven Upon the place beneathg it is twice b1est-- It blesseth him that gives, and him that takes. " M! 44,1 1 f 5 HHKEs,05nRE l6'aard af Sdumtiau Buster Hanna President Roger Arnold Vice President Jack House Secretary David Guest less Meacham J. T. Mullin T. W. Bell l- 5 Loetta Ferguson Bookkeeper Superintendent xi ,r' 2 5 , QS, pw'-ag, fisg . ' Y 2 NZ ri , , 't tx K I ' ., f 32 ,. 'K A , 1. '- : 'rf' 2 ' I , - ' . U1 - 4- if' 1 - is-"4 ff,Y-,gr.5,:g,.g.: ' g , '33, :ive 1 1 i...,,,,,J MESSAGE To publish an annual is a privilege and responsibility which is given to the Senior Class of our High School. A privilege, in that the staff is permitted and encouraged to use time, talents and facilities available to preserve through media of picture and the printed page school life as it happened in 1960-61. A responsibility, to the extent that viewers many years hence will be able to get a clear view of the events that made history in 1960-61. I believe the Seniors of 1960-61 have accepted the challenge in the production of the "TURKEY" of 1961. The contents of this book present a reasonable facsimile of life as it happened. In general the class and the staff are to be congratulated. In particular the editor, Mary Ann, and the sponsor, Mrs. Hart, are to be commended highly for a job well done. It is a pleasure to be associated with people like you! Loran Denton Wrincipals MESSAGE Student publications reflect the attitudes, am- bitions, and aspiration, as well as the idea ls of student bodies. Congratulations go to the edito- rial staff and their sponsor for so aptly capturing the different phases of our school life. I would like to ex press my appreciation to those with whom I have w o rke d for their fine spirit of cooperation that was manifested through- out the year, And to each student, it is our desire that you have not only advanced academically, but in un- derstanding others and in the ability to getalong with your fellow man. J. R. Adamson, Jr. Turkey Elementary MESSAGE I want to congratulate you students in Turkey High School on the fine job which you have done this year. I feel that you have attained a new growth scholastically, morally, and physically. We have just completed a most s u c c e s sful school year. This su cc ess is due to the earnest efforts of the student body. My wish is that each of you will look back On this school year as days ofgreat achievements and, remember the companionship you experienced with the other students and faculty. U, F, Coker, Jr, Turkey High School it np, X-. si 'N ww 5 I . JOY TURNER, B. S. HOME ECONOMICS Ef-v ROYCE MOFFETT, B. S. AGRICULTURE High Selma! Qaculfy If ,511 C I BILL QUERNER, B. S. COACH, ,HISTORY ,A -fkgxf 'YR-QQJH 4 it ' I . I ,g Sf K K I AM, .V , gtg: I P Q 5 In Q LORAN DENTON, M. A. MATH, HISTORY wupwgggu U. E. COKER, 13.5. SCIENCE HART, B. s ENG LI SH . If . 2 ,, 1. . I fiifwgm aussi? ' . i I I f' If-K' ..-Nw... ,I 551 v QF ,L 'E Liga I . off WAYNE JOHNSON COMMERCIAL VER wiv "Fx LETHA SLAWSON, B. A. Ist GRADE QR VIRGINIA DEGAN, B, A. 4th GRADE R. B. CHRISTIAN, B. S. '7t1'1 GRADE grade Salma! Haculty OLETA CRUMP, B. S. 2nd GRADE . . p J 71 sg I III, III . ' iikg JVI ' I.I, , IRI. I f A CHRISTINE WILLIAMS, B. S. 5th GRADE 7' . ' Vrrr K N V NOVA DELL MARTIN, 8th GRADE AMY DAVIS, B. A. 3rd GRADE AMARIORIE BAIN, B. A. 6th GRADE M. ED I.R. ADAMSON, B. S. 'ith AND 8th GRADE School Porsozmol f I ,oooo o 19 oog I I - i ooo 'o'o 4 . "' I Y o ool I fi I BONNIE WILLIS AUDREY TRIBBLE ' B S M S B- A- , . SUI: ERVISOR LIBRARIAN E 2. '7 E' I - .. I 0 ' f- . A , ' - I sag . . 0. Q 0 . . A. XI ' s 0 a 9 0 Y 94 W ' ' H TEACHIN' x." i s V Jest a settin' in a school room 5 L A L ln a great big easy chair. Io I I, And keepin things a movin' S ggi? g y With a lordly sort of air. A ' ,,.,fi'fiff,, Not a thing to do but askin' I Lot a questions from a book, ERMA LEE DENTON SCHOOL SECRETARY ,,ILtl AFI VERA GILREATH COUNTY SCHOOL SUPT. Spectin kids to know the answers Tho' they're not allowed to look That's teachin. Just a drawin' great big money An' living like a lordg Just a makin' folks pay taxes From their hard-earned, stored up hoard Keeps them buyin' books and fixin's That they no ways really need, Snap, I'l1 say so, Land a Livin! Easiest living' ever see'C1. That's teachin! CAFETERIA Bernice Robison fSupervisory Opal Hanna fAssistantJ Coleen Stone C Assistantj Salma! Personnel A-..,,x 1 gg 1. 'E R 5. X via x n A45 N J BUS DRIVERS Bill Querner Leroy Stone CCustodianj 1 Wayne Johnson W Guy Smith 1 N, mint 4 5 X r. A-'fiir e x ,. ,QA Q-Q4 -' f , -' f X R f HP 3 in - - 1 ' ' X f fx 3+ ' f f r"i"f' , M Afff 7 A,.lil X, H In ,pf f., A f let .21,lW'yV1f!l 1 V WH' fgfb lx 'W , 2 rl m f M If 'r XX f , X xy KU? Sgt' 4 ivy QW f x 'WI wel, -'rtxfff rw t N . I 'vw 'Q -I -- tp. . l u- f X or ,, P A tl rm , , ,rf r fog ffl! N V. W K f X f A x l l fur X W XXA' . klA?fA,4x1, , lWT.AKQxx J lxqlll "Tomorrow, and tomorrow, and tomorrow, Creeps in this petty pace from day to day, To the last syllable of recorded timeg" Mrs. Lorean Hart Sponsor CLASS OFFICERS Conroy Lacy President Richard Hulen Vice-President Dolan Hanna Secretary Sheila Degan Treasurer Marion Phillips Reporter S. as SHEILA DEGAN DOLAN HANNA , Q. , . Ei i W- fm., L,-1 ,,,.... Lxa, 12 ws:-eww Q ,N W,.. . ,,,, ., 5,21 f M, ms : filii 13 COZETTE GREEN LLOYD HOLLAND -, 5 D50 J V ,2, . . A K L li A ,.r.,,,.f Zig RICHARD HULEN VOLETA JOHNSON fm A ffzffa.wz:2awarzzfmz1ggi,g5 5 5 65 qs . ,, ,,... ,H,,,g..,,5m,g4fgzst I C ' I 2 Wu", f Nj . ., , ..,, w XX,-Qi .1'W 'Ii ' V ,J . mx-,5,,.:g,L, qw. ,..,,, RICHARD IRBY C ONROY LACY JCR- 'ff , Q E 5 . .. Ma , . w?f"4'i PUP' Vi? KEITH LANE MARION PHILLIPS I ,,L.,,1. . ,W1:,1 Z ,, X' . "L 5-:Ii I f 1 ,.,, 1 Lip? If W ,.,V ig? , zzgfii Y- 4. , 111 x MK 13, ,Q Ei BETH MULLIN MARY ANN ROBISON UIQ 91:1 JERRY BOB SMITH GLENDA TAYLOR ROY TURNER HARVEY WELLMAN :gA,, . 'sm Senior kevicw As the end of the school year, 1960-61, draws to a close, the Seniors are preparing to say goodbye forever to their school home. For the past twelve years they have worked, dreamed, and planned, At last these endeavors have come to a climax. They have reached the milestone in their lives that they have been striving for since they entered the first grade. Now mingled with their elation is a note of sadness. They know that the school they are leaving has given them treasured memories of events that they will never again be able to experience. In spite of their nostalgia, there is not one who is not proud of his scholastic accomplishments and eager to enter a new phase of life on his or her own. Twelve years ago, in the fall of 1949, forty-two happy, curious, eager boys and girls entered the first grade of Turkey Public Schools. Life for them held many mysteries and questions. Many obscure conceptions were solved and answered by May 1957. At that time twenty-two students took a big step. They were graduated. In the fall of 1957, twenty-two very green Freshmen entered the halls of T. H. S. This Freshman class went over with a bang under the guidance of their sponsor, Mr. Bill Quernerg and with Keith Lane as president, everything they undertook was a grand success, Never before in T. H. S. had there existed such a peppy,enthusiastic, Freshman class. The upper classmen of that year began to sit up and take notice. ln the Sophomore year the class under the leadership of their president, Jerry Bob Smith, and sponsor, Mr. Wayne Johnson, took part in all school activities. That year they all looked forward to their Junior year. Keith Lane was elected pr eside nt for the Junior year. The feeling of the entire class is voiced in giving Keith much credit for the successful year of 1959-60. Financial luck during the year led them up to the climax and object of all their strenuous work ----- the Junior-Senior banquet, which was said by many to be the nicest ever given. Class cooperation in everything was at its peak during this year, and to this, success is attributed. The Junior play, "Time Out for Ginger", will long be remembered by the a c tor s and audience as the best production ever given in T. H. S. The class sponsor, Mrs. Hart led the Junior class gloriously through all of these activities of their Junior year and to the promised land. In September 1960 the class entered Canaan with Conroy Lacy as president and Mrs. Hart as sponsor. The Seniors of '61 reign supreme in all school activities,This wasa logical climax for the outstanding class which entered T, H. S. in 1949. To Dear old T. H. S, --- We the Seniors of T. H. S. will always cherish in our hearts memories of many happy days spent in your halls and class rooms ---- on your football fields and your basketball courtsg as our last and most heartfelt wish may we add: "T, H. S. I ---- May she ever reign supreme, ---- and may we never fail in what ever work we may do. " .vi x . ' 1 . ff' Senior Will q We, the Senior Class ofthe City of Turkey, of Hall County, of the State of Texas, being in good health and body and sound and desposing mind, do make, publish and declare this f our last Will and Testament: I, Sheila Degan, bequeath my musical ability to Wanda Barnhill. I, Cozette Green, bequeath my ability to Elizabeth Emerson to get to school one second before the bell rings. I, Dolan Hanna, bequeath my ability to Jay Stone to butter-up Mrs. Hart. I, Lloyd Holland, bequeath my ability to manufacture cars to David Hutton. I, Richard Hulen, leave my happy-go-lucky attitude to Mack Bynum. I, Richard Irby, bequeath my girl troubles to Billy Don Lane, 1, Voleta Johnson, leave my charm and co-operativeness, to Sharon Fuston.. I, Conroy Lacy, will my ability to get straight "A" to Elgin Conner. I, Keith Lane, bequeath my masculine handsomeness to Bunky Mullin. I, Beth Mullin, will my ability to get away with meaness to Kay Lane. l, Marion Phillips, leave my good manners to Johnny Fuston. l, Mary Ann Robison, leave my winning smile and personality to Judy Chandler. I, Jerry Bob Smith, bequeath my ability to get along with the teachers to Jerry Weatherly. I, Glenda Taylor, will my ability to study to all future students of 'I1.H. S, l, Roy Turner, will my art ability to Don Turner. I, Harvey Wellman will my "Turkey Spirit" to all future members of the football team. We here-by appoint Mr. Loran Denton as sole administrator of this will and testament. Witnessethz Mrs. Lorean Hart CNotary Publicj My commission expires May 20, 1961 f. 'N i- U. "FI 9 '., r. .' 1. C 1 junior ..f vi- -lf' 2? ,ff M, ,fn , 4 f f - Xdl Z - ' -11 'Q ff , Q f fffiea -4 '7' X W Q' A ff X ,f -5 xx 4 sq , lf, ? M5 fgeffffjf77Q"f'f -I s 7 .1 f ff ' f Q E 41.-' f 'f,': .4 trawl fffwfffm as if " ef ii tax L-Q' k "To be or not to be: That is the question: Whether 'tis nobler in the minds to suffer The slings and arrows of outrageous fortunes, Or to take arms against a sea of troubles, And by opposing end them, " gym i t eroe l , SPONSORS VAZZ J L 'ry ,WM U,F. Coker, Jr. Wayne Johnson Class Officers Ronnie Richmond Judy Chandler President Gail Proctor Treasurer Secretary Jeanette Lane Billy Don Lane Vice-President Reporter 1 'IH' ludy Chandler Rita Edwards Joe Fuston Johnny Fuston Sharon Fuston Carol Hill Roy Gene Landry H ,R WVVA x . Billy Don Lane Jeanette Lane Kay Lane "" 1? Edna McElroy Geneva McKay Alta Phillips Gail Proctor Rmb mms I 'F k t nk t r V f l .1 ' , ' -' , 'Y '-'.. .. - , f rrrr s if J w,. is 1 ssi. i if ,i - A ,,k,-,, s - - . LVV' I, 5 p it sv gifs, l m,' , ,,,, V ' ' ."b if 1' - 'f -, .sm 1 if s Ronnie RlCh1T1Of1d Jerry Weanlzierly Gwan Wilkinson Suggssfians ta juniors far Success Look always upward. Finish what you attempt. Remember grit wins. Keep faith with your Ex'es. Never do less than your best. Let deeds prove your worth. Take care for the future. Press on to your goal. Strive always for improvement. Be content only with your best efforts. Be ready to perform all tasks. Prepare for anything. Never look backward. Always move onward. Follow our example. "OUT OF SCHOOL LIFE AND INTO LIFE'S SCHOOL" i Xxx G-'J aphnmvrcs "Life's but a walking shadow, a poor player That struts and frets his hour upon the stage And then is heard no more, " 5:" " Wk Y V i 'fix Q. 7 -, Fo . 2 2 Kg A 7-S X g Z BY ,ef , V X Q 'ru at 7 ., ,., , Mr. Bill Querner Sponsor CLASS OFFICERS Jack Meacham President Bunky Mullin Vice-President lay Stone Secretary Don Guest Treasurer Phil Tutor Reporter ,, if wfgj I 'f Wanda Barnhill I PHOTOGRAPH NOTIVIILABLF I Elizabeth Emerson f A G Q A , . x ,, George Hawkins Anna Jean Blakney , f , .ff K 1:4 V"' K K Nvuuf i , if i ' in J A , H 7 ,"--1 . ,ff W its W 4 -4. Y ik ir , L,.A Mack Bynum John Edwards '-Q-awash-H ir"" Don Guest Pearl Gonce Truman Hadaway 6 infra' 'Q ,717 f 1,041 Don House Mitchie House Patsy Huddleston David Hutton Gary Imel Jerry Jones Bobbie Lacy '10 W w r? gm 5 -asf T wM,.J5"' .V-if .4 "rw -T W TQ" to A Brenda Lane Ann McKay Jack Meacham Bunky Mulllll Lola Rogers Paul Skelton 'K aafzifg T MWF, Phil Tutor Marlen Saplzamnres WE HAVE TOMORROW BRIGHT BEFORE US LIKE A FLAME: YESTERDAY A DAY GONE FOREVER-SUN DOWN. AND DAWN TODAY BROAD BEFORE US, WE MARCH ONWARD! e Williams Jay Stone Hmmm l he 'if ' ,.', Lge , f 4 " "" f' 4. ?.'?- ff. - 4 ef--if"Y!14fv:?"., '. 'f" I ffifilf f T i I -' SSP:-if i ' u A-14 VF' Q lj YV Zi-I 5-QV X ' -"U?!"f'PQ'1 , J K fl 3f , V ' N 'Q 35 Qi I tt3wlI'fg?x Lftzl: l,Y",Q:.3,:!l-t ,Q wx V5 5 like i 'ss' " " " f:at -ZX, kd kQ ff' 977 K" C., n d Xf2Lw,wM7,W,Qp Nevin? 644 ff ,L if VM VN -f x-,SZ ,f X bag-J! fb ' ' Af 2 J "His life was gentle, and the elements So mixed in him, that Nature might stand up, And say to all the world, 'This was a man! "' SPONSORS gk K I -mu-n".,,. K fi ,I Mrs. Joy Turner MY. Royce Moffett Class Officers Gene Fuston Billie Farley President Caroll Cotten Treasurer Secretary Elgin Conner Evorie King Vice-President Reporter Delma Arzola Elgin Conner Caroll Cotten Mary de la Garza Bruce Edwards Billie Farley Darrell Fusron Gene Euston Larry Gafford Earl Gonce Sharon Gray Leedora Imel Wayne Jewett Evorie King Johnnie Lacy V f-. ,e, at vw. 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'E 1,.T -1f- V 55' ,i "- .3 1. if X gf Q, , Vrry V An -5"'-'U' """7" "" ' 'Sim ,g ., V , f f .gmav 1 f f r a , ,L L , Mir Jerry Landry Frank Lane Sue Lusk Marie McElroy Ellen McKay Margie Mullin Gary Phillips Alvin Proctor Bobby Setliff Mack Seymour Terry Smith Don Turner Elwayne Turner Truman Turner Brigett Williams fm ,QV ,.:'- -2 ,g1 ' J 1. y 'W . ,Pu .:,,. I 5 rrir, Advice to 9'rc'shmcn The Seniors of 1961 would have a ppre ci a t e d it very much if, when they entered the halls of T. H. S, some older and wiser class had told them the secrets of success. Therefore we have de c i de d to' give the Freshman class some hints on how to gain glory and honor. Upon entering the halls of dear old T. H. S, walk up to Mr, Denton and Mr. Coker, or any other noted Character, slap them on the back and start an intimate conversation. On all occasions wear conspicuous clothes so people will be sure to notice you. lf you do not feel so inclined, do not prepare your lessons, merely tell your teachers you were otherwise engaged. If you hear a series of short bells, it means fire drillg but as we have never had a fire, you need't get in any particular hurry. ln case of an argument stand up for your rights no matter with whom you are arguing. You'll ITIOSI al- ways be right. Should you be unable to find your own book, appropriate that of someone else. This self-reliant me t - hod goes over big with school authorities. ln assembly or class meetings laugh long and loud thereby making everyone appr e c i ate your sense of humor. Don't rush about getting to school on time, just see one of the following for they're S U R E to give you a pass: Mr. Denton or Mr. Coker. Be sure to slip outside between bells to smoke a cigarette. The teachers will never suspect what you are doing. If you decide to sing during class, go right ahead and hum a little tune, most teachers won't obj ect. When a teacher is talking, he likes for a group of two or three to run in competition. This is sure way to gain a teachers undying devotion. No doubt you Freshmen have heard of the maxim, "An ounce of prevention is worth a pround of Cure, " so take this freely offered advice and save yourselves the pain you might otherwise experie nc e through ignorance, zsi lcmmfary s U1 Q . V f N as W 'X ,Q 41, F I ff f , 1' x , 3 X5 af I xv I ff ffl! I I Z Q F? 7 , -I 5 4 ? W 1 s ix A , A ri "This is the state of man: today he puts forth the tender leaves of hopeg tomorrow blossoms. . . " ,". , E5 limi .1 figlzflz Cody Bell Richard Butler Johnnie Chandler Marcella de la Garza 1 11 . .,-f "f5w:, ifsiiig' It " David Driskur X gf: M Wanda Gatlin , , + , ii i' Shen H111 it 5 Q 1l154g,'k.gV 1 I iygg z 2 . is ' il S1 ""l' 'X' L f n 6 5 ,, R r 3 V Robert Jones ,1.ll lrllr "ll i l " l - . 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J3?5f5 'i:flr:9'2lw" ,, "5 6 14' ima Janice Bolton wr "" JJ rssd Jerry Chadwick r U if il ,, x ,,.. , ,, , A ll s D 5gi5 . ,M J f N... ,Wan-15f -- f Darla Darling Dan Davis Melinda Ham aa y New 9,3 4 V' Na' br isis if? 1. f Y' Rodney Hill Joyce Henton Tim Holland Dennis Irby Darlene Jouett Dennis King Debra Lane Melinda Lyles Belinda Majors Bruce Merrell Mike Mullin Janet Setliff David Seymour Brenda Stanfield 5 ANU gf James Thrasher N., James Turner MEQH W fri? J D 'rii f D X, isil r ' J 'J D rirr ,Sf - " V Wiflfe '1V1.4fr'?f2.n Secvnd Sfirst Rex Adamson N ' , Karan Eudy mV. .4 R i Q V. 513 4, D 1 :S ' , Ike Lane Ferguson Charmaine 'Euston Peggy Fuston A-4' 1-4 f V: W r gxfri .f nn D 4 ,. K " Neil Guest Q i v 1 J I , ,, Vickie Ham 'nw-M A L i? in , -N : it , Darlene Hale -- . P N g.7: , Z D, 1 D 4 Dianna Johnson "' lg "' n k E arer R R ,M ,, Ri R , ' -'za eeo :i x ' f 'V L xl M35 5:2 . -' , ' 51 Joe Lane Denise Lyles Kirk Martnez David McKay W Jerry Melton r ZR, - W 1 - T. L' panel-Son V V , rr,, , r,.., ,. . R 5 G1 ' x -,fe -W , ' ' V ' gg A oria Robles .fy f . N,LA ,xx H. Tommy Rogers " R' Mr-mfg, gf, .fa -' 'R-iff lm! R l Wim 5, 1. N,-,A,,., , eg Q V '- l + 1 f . ' AWK S .gi ei 1 . QV ek W , . , :fd ' ,--, iii' ,- as .n gi ' in L 'FQ Ii' 7 gk' R ' ff Z iffii ' 1 5 1-1 W" sf I 2 Kaffe: lf R ' Tommy Wedge X ' ,,1f ii X ' ra..-H ' 3 we AX R 4 1 2 W 'S' - 1 'f ,H V fi -- Q""lq l J' 4 Crusher For fifty years, and more, The feet of boys forever wore A path way to Miss Leatha's door. For half a century she took her stand, A reader in her hand And taught the boys of Turkey land. A lawyer, a man divine, Yea, men who shine, Learned the three R's from her shrine. Many times here the great began To dream, to wish, to hope, to plang In her class room was tomorrow's man. And so Miss Leatha grew to grayg And half a century has passed away. Yet youth still enter every day Miss Leatha's room in Turkey school. They learn to read, to write, to obey th By which they grow to useful tools.. You may ask as Miss Leatha appears: "Are you not weary, tired to tears, Of teaching reading all these years?" A simple answer she employs To tell her own cherished joys: "I don't teach reading -- I teach boys. God bless the teacher who can look Above, beyond, the open book, The one who teaching looks Not merely for the subject's sake But for the chance to make Tomorrow's man awakeg Whom nothing wearies, naught annoys, Who gladly all her life employs, Not teaching reading -- teaching boys. This is our Miss Leatha! e rules n Per rfmzlifie X 'I-Ioly, fair, and wise is sheg The heaven such grace did lend her, That she might admired be. Is she kind as she is fair? For beauty lives with kindness. 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Elementary Qavorifes -Q. ? ke X 'Y Sheri Hill and Billy Johnson -- Eighth Grade if nw all 3 r 'hw i e Gleena Mullins and James Robinson -- Seventh Grade 5 n 5 Organi afizfn X f X X ffff 1 S X X QNX W "All the world's a stage And all the men and women merely players: They have their exits and their entrances: And one man in his time plays many parts .... " Student Hound! President .,.. . . . Billy Don Lane Vice-President. . . . . .Conroy Lacy Secretary ..... .... S heila Degan Treasurer . . . .... Mitchie House Reporter .... .... S haron Fuston K-'J' 'Him X Chcspizzu 1 4 I I Y ai ff.. Hhmzl W? QX 5 Q H. 424 W.-,L .m,..,,,.. , , Officers uw m gffiiiff 1 5,1 , Z ZA. 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Gene Euston - End Frank Lane - Halfback Billy Farley - Guard Darrel Fuston - End "Cz1rks" Coach: Mr. Querner Captains: Jerry Weatherly and Ronnie Richmond ., ph' X 4 M Conroy Lacy 5 AU Sfafe 'NJ Q- 1 f-r A p""y 75,1 ' r xv Y js C . 'Xi in tg of 1 1 A I , U ,Q-.nulllf "Turk cites " Coaches: Mr. Coker and Mr. Denton Ca ptains: Sharon Fuston and Sheila Degan 5'fgv.7v:'Kf fi xx H J k X IMZL H . Ar W1 Hcmcrzfary Haskciball Elementary ?0oiImll Coach: Mr. Christian Captains: Cody Bell and Jackie Young H" x .,., jan' Zim , -Mr v , , 3 ,Z W Nw, . v , , 1 15 4 ' 7 1 - ii:f"""H i N V, 40 n,iii n n " ,1Lnq. ,Q n. i.,n,Mnn M Turkey Smears Estelline, 33-20, In District 9-B Tilt TURKEY CSpeciaD-The Turkey Turksllrolled to their ninth straight win of the season Friday night with a 33-20 District 9-B victory over the Estelline Cubs. Turkey and Matador will battle it out for the district title next week. Matador is S-0-1 for the year, and Turkey is second rated on the South Plains in Class B, 'Matador first. Conroy Lacy got the Turks off and running when he returned the opening kickoff 95 yards for a touchdown and he also kicked the extra point, Jerry Weatherly passed to Keith Lane for 17 yards and another touchdown and that made it 13-0 at the half. Two more touchdowns in the third quarter put the game out of reach. Weatherly went five yards and Lacy's' -kick made it 20-0. Jerry Bob Smith plunged over from the one to make it 26-0. Jesse Carona got the first Estel- line touchdown in the final period on a five-yard run, but Don Guess passed to Bill Tutor, who lateral- led to Smith who ran 54 yards for the final Turkey tally. Lacy kicked the extra point. Turkey was through for the night, but Estelline wasn't. Paul Carona ran 48 yards and Jesse Carona got the two points. Paul Carona closed out the scoring with a 65-yard gallop. Beth Mullin was crowned Home- coming queen during halftime. Spar! High-lights CLASS B SCORING Pla er Tgelgm Polnts Y' 2. Jerry Weatherly Turks 3- GUY Campbell Mqmdor v 1. Con rov Lucv 4. Leonard Nlkkel Texline gi 5. Paul Corona Esfelllne 52 6. Darrell Bowe Happy 51 7. Ross Beczrdeh Molodor 50 8. Murvln Thompson Vega 46 9. Roger Ezzell Bovlnu 42 10. Odls Bradshaw Lazbuddie 40 Turks Throttle Claude, 36-14 CLAUDE tSpecialJ -- Classy Conroy Lacy figured in the scor- ing of 22 points for the Turkey Turks as they cut down the Claude Mustangs 36 to 14 here Friday night. Lacy accounted for 12 points in the second quarter for the Turks with a 2-yard plunge, a 1-yard tally and a pass to Keith Lane for two points following one of the TDS. The flurry of action followed a scoreless first quarter, but the Turks would not be denied as they fought to keep their record clean for the season. Jerry Weatherly also raced 10 yards in the fateful second and followed that with an 8-yard gal- lop in the third to put the Turks just that much further ahead and to makethe difference in the GUEST, LACY, LANE, WEATHERLY RAMBLB High-Fl ing Turkey Turks Breeze o A 34 To 3 Victor Over Silverton SILVERTON iSpeciaD - The high-flying Turkey Turks swept over the Silverton Owls here Fri- day night as the visitors racked up a 34-8 victory before a "good crowd." Following a scoreless first pe- riod, Turk Fullback Conroy Lacy gathered in the pigskin for a 25-yard romp for a second quarter TD to give Turkey a lead which never was lost. Lacy followed the running play by taking a pass from Quarterback Don Guest for the extra points. Guest, not to be out-done, scampered 55 yards in the same period for another Turk tally and Lacy kicked the point to make it 15-0. But Lacy was not through for the night as he grabbed the ball on the kickoff to start the second half and raced 88 yards for the third touchdown. He kicked the exlra point and the score was 220 Still in the third- period, end Keith Lane intercepted an ill- aimed Owl aerial and' scooted 50 yards for another TD. The extra point try failed. Halfback J e r r y Weatherly rambled 40 yards in the final pe- riod for the last Turk score and the extra point kick was blocked. The only other scring play of the game was when Fullback Lar- ry May of the Owls ran one yard for a touchdown and Quarterback Johnny Jowell ran for the points. Standouts in the game were Guy Breedlove and Larry West for Silverton and Lacy for Turkey. -1, 'FML wig Turkey Rolls By Phillips B Team TURKEY CSpecialJ - Conro Lacy, 6-1, 194-pounder, score 14 points in the first quarter an the Turkey Turks went on t down Phillips B, 20-6, her Thursday night for their eigh win of the season. Lacy rammed over from th five for the first touchdown, the took a pass from Don Guest an rambled 3 yards for the nex score. He kicked both extr points. Phillips B became the firs team to score on Turkey in th first half when Dickie pass to Raley on a 47-yard scorin play in the second quarter. Turkey's final score came ' the fourth quarter when Je Weatherly returned a punt 7 yards. l Y 4 3' fi Q v gxff ifg' ,Activities N33 igwss X23 U I ' by H l'f a' ' 1 , I h F g Q A' , X f 1-eg. I ,N xr. x 4: , 1, . "Heigh-ho! sing heigh-ho! unto the great hollyg Most friendship is feigning, most loving mere folly: Then, heigh-hog the holly! This life is most jolly!" f 93" 'Q'?f2f5fl"l' Senivrs Hlmicc Scniars Shortest ......... Most Intellectual ,,,, Most Talented , , , Most Versatile , ,, Cutest Couple .... cgc 7. Most Courteous .... Neatest . . . Most Likely to Succeed . . . Biggest Imagination. . . Most Representative. . . Sweater Girl . . . Best Physique .... Most Willing .... Tallest ........ Happy-go-lucky. .. Wittiest ..... . . Flirtiest ......... Most School Spirit. . . Hhvicc , .l- Brigett Williams Wayne Iewette Cozette Green Billy Don Lane Sheila Degan Don Guest Brenda Lane Jerry Smith Marlene Williams Harvey Wellman Glenda Taylor Bunky Mullin Sue Lusk Conroy Lacy Voleta Johnson Conroy Lacy Judy Chandler Roy Turner Sheila Degan Conroy Lacy Wanda Barnhill Harvey Wellman Glenda Taylor Jerry Weatherly Sharon Gray Jack Meacham Kay Lane David Hutton Beth Mullin Richard Hulen Jeanette Lane Phil Tutor Marie McElroy Bunky Mullin wg: af, 5151 ,,, K 1 -. -f .H-"P , nfl, f L ii? 'h,ulv4X55 qi Midas... lei , gg f Xlggs- Xu F, 13"- r-P IC!-V" ' F F-LL' QF! fn.maus,, x.. , -sn- ywiino C .,,,"" pwwhf Y W , 1, N 4, K -5, ..,11, , an '- ,V - Qf, cum: ' 1 an Q.. fi My K ff- 'M' 0 -fx. ,gif K' . 2 -px 1-. f . " f ' V ' iw gs E1 l iWh Cd- , -.. , . Fwnfx ,Q X ,X I v W Q - 1--Q ag h S if-52 J .I Q x ll LJ' L Y I I Q N ' .wf.,fwzf+w if Q ,ti?2f'an3' ' A 1 .wg Q 'mx "1 if if Eff ' ax 7 al Q X 2, M r fm r 'E if x .7 ,Q kv -, 4, ,y 1 J 1, K f, V ,-wif xl if ' Y 4 wif' gf, jr' "Y Yu! ek. ,If f'sQ"- I D'-"fiWD"'-1 2 WE THINK EDITORS AND STAFF MEMBERS ARE USUALLY TEARFUL AS THE LAST PAGE LEAVES FOR THE PUBLISHER. AT LEAST THEY USUALLY SAY THEY ARE. BUT TO BE TRUTHFUL WE ARE GLAD! NOT GLAD BECAUSE IT IS ALL OVER, AS IT HAS BEEN FUN. BUT GLAD BECAUSE WE ARE PROUD OF OUR ANNUAL. THERE HAS BEEN WORK, PLENTY OF IT, AND TROUBLES TOO: BUT IN SPITE OF ALL THAT WE HAVE TO ADMIT WE ENJOYED IT. IT IS ON ITS WAY TO PRESS NOW, AND IT IS UP TO YOU TO SAY WHETHER WE FAILED OR IF OUR EFFORT WAS NOT IN VAIN. HERE IT IS, YOUR 1961 TURKEY. WE HOPE YOU ENJOY IT AND TREASURE IT ALWAYS AS MUCH AS WE HAVE ENIOYED THE PRIVILEGE OF WORK- ING ON IT. MARY ANN ROBISON ..... EDITOR-IN-CHIEF VOLETA JOHNSON ....... EDITOR LOREAN HART .... .... S PONSOR Cv Uur ,M eriisvrs The Senior Class of Sixty-One To you our gratitude extend For all the things you've done for all and one For all this year you've been our friend. You have made this year a success And you've helped us out with care. You have backed us to the limit, Treated us with finance rare. Our school days are almost over But We never will forget Our old friends the counties over. May they live and prosper yet! 1 QJVXIDIME QM FVQSS Berg,-i1Del7Q,N7 fVl0,1VC1.?e:-V' 4-ITLrKey, IX as l Congratulations Turkey PEOPLES STATE BANK Texas PAYMASTERV GIN , Billy Fuston, Mgr. T Complim ents of Three Brother s l Equipped with Moss Lint Cleaner J I in Tandem 1 TU-TkeY Texas Bill Horace Elmer Mullin Turkey Texas , I 'M Qkwu 'x X I I P CONGRATULATIONS Roger Arnold TEXAOO SERVICE STATION Turkey Texas TURKEY AUTOMOTIVE SUPPLY R. C. Green, Owner Turkey Texas MEACHAMS GROCERY Jess Meacham X MULLIN MOTOR CO. J. T. 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Phone Cl-92518 Memphis Texag BRANIGAN JE WELRY Memphis , Texa s fgXNSUR4,4 Conqlzatulatlons X 5 R 2 EMBEV' -Za' COMPLIMENTS FIRST STATE BANK of T- DR. . E . . A fy. ROB RTE CL RK if WW md, E HTKIJ u Memphis lv Qi, BORDEN'S MILK 1 TY ' '- W. A. Smithee-Jobber JA -' E. A S A-.' - Mg ff' POTTS Cl-IEVRCLET COMPANY TOMIE M. POTTS - HOMER W. TUCKER If it's Bordens- "It's got to be goo TELEPHONE 412 MAIN a. 7TH Memphis Texas MEMPHIS. TEXAS CONGRATULATIONS Dr. D. H. Aronofsky Memphis Texas ' 1 s s . 4 o U ' ' 4 V . Calm Not The CYCLONE , Before You Have Won! h Beat 'em Memphis High! ' e MATADORS ,A N N IX l xx as BBB Smm-E STANLEY HOSPITAL LLPHnRmQCg Phone 200 R. M., Stanley, R.Ph. Fred M., Stanley, R.Ph., J' S- Stanlelfv MQ D- Matador, Texas Helena Rubenstein Cosmetics Matador Texas COnGl2ATlLllA1IlOnS of Mmnua Mmm PEG'S TRACTOR 81 IIVIPLEMENT I - -Your Massey-Ferguson Dealer - - 11' " ne P. O. B X 147 ' ' Pho ZSMATADORI TEXAS 0 Pontiac Automobiles Telephone Number 21 MATADOR, TEXA Campbell 1. ,- -. - "a ,- ,-:.:.j.f,g. L.Jul1'f'.'.. U r ri tt E I A A v o I c E o F e T H E - ....,.. -...v,e,.,. - "" "B ,-.-.f .e--4.- , .f.-,-.-.-. .-.-.'.-. - . Company Phone eo MMADoR, TEXAS Matador Texas THE OWLS THE PANTHERS " 5 ., A wax? SIMPSON'S CHEVROLET P if fs r AO TSSSS O a SSA E aaaxs aTs P 51 rn i , f V . ,,, ' .,.., . QII, r,N'MW37fx?I , 1 f , T P S 4 IWW SENIUIQS A T Buddy House T -1oPouAmv and -Low miss ' 'nsrsfxvlcf '55 1 7 I COMMERCIAL PRINTING John Earl Sampson Silverton Texas 3 BRISCUE COUNTY NEWS PHONE 3331 Charles R. Surchcl SILVERTON TEXAS Q 1 CONGRATULATIONS MORRIS PHARMACY X SENIORS Gene Morris, R., Ph. N Silverton, Texas Q O 4 Mobiloil Mobilgas 1 JENNINGS FARM l X T X Vs QA' SUPPLY , B L -. P '- .f ,fx egg. 1 . 7 v. - 1. ,AL - 1- 'Z L , YJ 41134 ,yy-'-"n , 1 X- ' 41.3-,Q -, ' f f ' ' Q Ja ' 3:2 '.. vi ., 'V t- 'V lv' 1. E s : Q ' , " EAA 'S fain, DOYle Ramsey BAIRD o1L Co, , - - ' Manager DIST. t T QU-ltaflue, Texas Phone 3351 Quitaque, Texas A Z4 1, zg N Af, 7 N X f ,V ,f f, may X 'L ff f Ml, f N ff fjf WWW 'J 4 ff W gi X, jgqzff A Jn f 'wwf f f J , 5 W 4 JJ 4 Z ? , Q f W 4 JJ ff 9 f ff .H iff, f, J .J JJ 'Q J , f- J J W , -Si - N uia ue, CAGLE 'S AUTO PARTS and GARAGE Johnny Cagle, Mgr. Quita que , Texa s '42, V. ,-'..3!rf,. ,,, --.f5:5Q5f1- 3. , ,'-'9ff152j?' fg,-.rj .J 3 ' -'m.: . j,,f-M' F3 : Fl. J if. 1- -A - " --l,.'fT'l 'fi 5 fi? f-'rg-gays ff"-1 A ..-.QQQP - ' - 1,415.5 eg -gfv ua TP "- all 1:-f' ""'f-.nra'T 'b3YL :1" --1-N .,-:A-, . FINE FOOD CAFE Quitaque , Texas Jack Vine S, Manager ' FUUDS edifi' an W' - I N J. H. George Flomot, Texas FLOMOT GIN Equipped with Moss Lint Cleaner In Tandem "Tom and Myra" Joe Degan, Manager Flomot, Texas Flomot, Texas THE OTHER FELLOW Can I look him in the eye and not be afraid of what he thinks? Shakespeare said: "To thine own self be true, and 'twill follow as the night the day, thou canst not then be false to any man. " Am I being true to myself today? Then I am afraid of no man, and can go about my business in perfect peace. For Sale- Four barrels of Rollicking Spirits, six bottles of High Life, One yard of unbroken rules. All practically new. I'rn retiring from school to enjoy private life ----- Richard Irby , m fr SHOE NAIL CATTLE CO. ,fr Ufgzyl I ' J, W William J. Lewis Jr. . , Q Qi, 'Suri 1 W I Clarendon, Texas ,335 , Af I, . -F or A H T H 5 X , I '?' Y r C EEEQT , V J MES, 'HER' Q12 A . K 3' VI V x. ', I Q X wo, X WILLIAM J. LEWIS, JR. RANCH Clarendon, Texas L : Qi gf BOLES JE WELRY -- QLIV ...- ....1- ,F .Iii 'X "1" llf 5 it .. .Q : - ', - QQ, l i: r- Q..- ,2 .J f r ' X , . Watches, Jewelry, 81 Diamonds 216 North Main Childress, Texas COMPLIMENTS OF I' - -nr ff I i W H , i Childress Texas 'f 7fA . . Q 0 Q X, i f 1 l.......... SEYUORS PRESTON'S CLOTHING CO. rn Ho e of Fine Clothing For Men 8: Furnishings 213 Main St. Childress, Texas L B. 8: J. DRUG CO. Childress, Texas N. CO. yr ,A W ' f X 12 1 Main L N PRE C W TIO S sg A. L. HARP DRUG x 0'- as U QQ ! Ph-WE-7-4242 Congratulations Seniors MURRAH'S BOOK-GI FT SHOP We also specialize in Health Foods-Juicers-Blenders 117 Ave. B. Northwest Webster 7-3391 Childress Texas Childress Texas if . pontiac f , WLCLS-gfQ!m,S R. H. NORRIS HARDWARE CO. f "t' Evinrude Boat Motors i"'2if Texas Maid Boats "If it's Hardware, We Have It. " 309 333 ouAu v.rAnM Main St' EGU MiNT Ph-WE-7-3693 Childress Texas Childress Texas HEI..EN'S SHOPPE CHILDRESS OFFICE SUPPLY "Ladies Ready-to-Wear" "Everything for the Office" CHILDRESS GREENHOUSE - Supplies - Machines - Furniture - "Say it with Flowers" Ph-WE-7-3851 Ph-WE-72371 Childress Texas Childress Texas COMPLIMENTS COMPLIMENTS OF OF MONTGOMERY WARD PENNEY'S Childress Texas Childress Texas z - --.i .. ,,N, W S' Childre ss, Texas BLISTER HANNA P E EN LORAN DENTON U. F. COKER. HIGH Sc L P IN J D, HOUSE. SE ET R SUPERINTENDENT J R. ADAMSON. JR GR ES P I A TURKEY PUBLIC SCHOOLS TURKEY, TEXAS December 15, 1960 To Our Advertisers Dear Friends, Please accept our thanks for the ad you recently gave us for our high school year book. We do not depend on advertising entirely for financing the book. However, we have been enabled through you to produce a much better book than We could have done otherwise. Placards of thanks, bearing the names of all advertisers, have been placed in the rooms and on bulletin boards, and both students and faculty appreciate your hearty cooperation with the Turkey School program. We want to take this opportunity to Wi sh you a very Merry Christmas and a happy prosperous New Year. Sincerely yours, Turkey Annual Staff Mary Ann Robison, Editor-in-Chief . l DEDICATION TO YOU The Loyal Seniors, Dignified Juniors, Peppy Sophomores, and Fiery Freshmen who have made this Volume of The Turkey possible by your loyalty, dignity pep and fire, the Turks of the athletic teams who have fought their way to fame, and to the splendid faculty who have made this year pleasant and helpful, this Autograph Section is dedicated by the Staff of 1961, J P l X x I g W :gn 014 Kilt' Dotted Zim' , J , , .. , . , f, ,. I f . . my -1- H , .A f A -4- ' - ,J " ' . fi f v 11' " lf: ' 1 gf If .- 'X .. f qgifqf ,.,f'.f'f,..ff.f"A'i.,j-. 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'ZCQCZH 2 ff 'flffgifw fill 556"6'i7"Zf?fi' if , 5 if :A' ,ff , 1,1 I 4 V fafiff ri? V , l E176 in luzk e ,war ian gil lzzzw Life is not always a Tempest, nor yet a Midsummer Night' S Dreamg, It is quite often a Comedy of Errorsg you may take it As You Like It, or make Much Ado About Nothing and claim Love's Labor Lost, but as time goes on you will find Qll's Well That Ends Well, and every man receive Measure for Measure. S fdeezls lem! fe the Summit Where leeemfy Keigm' Supreme "The good life is the life inspired by love and beauty and guided by knowledge. " For this section of your yearbook we, the faculty, are deeply grateful and appreciative to the Seniors. Thank you for these pages. Each year brings forth new problems, new methods, higher standards, and greater competition, but in the h um - drum whirl of modern existence, the finer things should not be neglected. Beauty is not limited to those things which are commonly thought of as being beautiful, Even the most common- place activities of our daily lives may be endowed with it, if we would go about our work in the spirit of love. Only that is highest beauty which expresses itself in action --- action that makes for happier, finer, fuller living ina world in which young men and young women go courageously about their daily tasks. The student goes to school today that he may learn ways and means of doing service to his community, of secur- ing all the social and cultural benefits of life, and of realizing its highest ideals. Beyond a doubt, Turkey High School has this year had students who have made great strides in the direction of this goal. These students are worthy of our commendation. They may well be recognized as outstanding students and leaders among their peers. May each one of you go questing for the supreme goodg and with the eyes of your spirit steadfastly lifte d to the good, the true, and the beautiful, may your daily life be sweetened by love and laughter. Who ' Wim K. Conroy Lacy Senior The words "Conroy" and "Perfection" are synonyms. Conroy will settle for nothing but the best in everything he does. The first impression that everyone has of Conroy is that he is a n outstanding athleteg however, those who know Conroy know that versatility is the keyword to his personality. By working at many activities and maintaining excellent grades, Conroy is an example to all of us. He is an oustanding history and English student. "Men of great genius and a large heart sow the seeds of progress in the world, " Keith Lane Senior One of the best liked and most admired students in T. H. S. is Keith. He has received many honors of which he was ex- tremely worthy. Few people possess such fortitude, depend- ability, and trustworthiness as he. With never a word about himself, Keith is always doing something for someone else. He excels in mathematics. "A reputation for good judgment, fair dealing, and truth, is itself a fortune. " 'EP Wim is Wim Sheila Degan Sheila's unique attitude is a refreshing personality trait. With poise she plays basketball, is a pianist, and has participated in all school activities for the two years that she has been in Turkey High School. She has achieved distinction as a typist. "Amiable people radiate so much sunshine that they are reflected in all appreciative hearts. " Supremacy Whenever a champion breaks into fame, Whatever his record, whatever his game, There's one thing I know beyond shadow of doubt, If he hadn't worked they'd have weeded him out. The road to the top is a long climb up hill, And practice alone is the father of skill, And practice is dreary, unless hearts are stoutg The lazy and shiftless are soon weeded out. Not by chance comes achievement, and not by good luck Is the top ever gained, but by hard work and pluck. Though a man may be gifted, the fact still remains Success must be sought for through infinite pains. Behind every leader are many who've tried, Who started out bravely and then dropped aside. The long years of practice proficiency asks Soon send back the weaklings to commonplace tasks. Whenever one rises to stand with the few And is praised for the thing he has learned how to do, I know. be it trade or profession or game, If he's up at the top he has worked for his fame. Johnny Fuston Wim is Who Gail Proctor Junior Gail's great vitality and enthusiasm have proved definite assets. She has been actively engaged throughout her high school career in F. H. A. work. Her happy outlook on life and her perservance have proved her to bea stu- dious and sincere person. Gail is never satisfied with anything short of the best. She will go far in home economics as she is an oustanding student in this department. "Firmness of purpose is one of the best instruments of success, " Johnny has done a remarkable Job in 4 H. He has received high honors in Annual 4-H and Future Farmers of America Livestock Shows. Few young men have the zeal, stability, pertinacity, stamina, grit, and indefatiga- bility that he has demonstrated in his field of endeavor. He has toiled long hours and has achieved success. He has proved that if something is worth doing, it is worth doing well, His ability to mix fun and work is a great attribute. The best and noblest lives are those which are set tow a rd high Bunky Mullin Sophomore Bunky's spontaneous clever mind, personality, courtesies, and agreeable- ness have endeared him to all. He radiates so much dignity, refinement, culture, and intellect that he is recognized as an eminent person among his peers. He is to be commended for his excellent scholastic record. 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