University High School - Cub Yearbook (Baton Rouge, LA)
- Class of 1953
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we wish to dedicate the CUB to Dr. I... M. Harrison.
THE SENIOR CLASS OF 1953
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I. M. CAUSEY Sz COMPANY, INC. 111 N. 19th Street
654 Main Street
UNION NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
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PRESIDENT ..... . Charles Coates
VICE-PRESIDENT ..... Teddy Dawson
SECRETARY TREASURER. . . Jane Tessier
COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVES .....
. . . . . . Barbara Vastine, Ralph Deeds
JAMES EDWARD AMMON, U. H. s. 1,2,3,4
Key Club 2, 3, 45 U-Club 2,3, 4: President 45 F.B.L.A. 4: Football
I, 2, 3,4g Captain 45 Basketball 1, 2, 3,4p Captain 4: Baseball 2g
Junior Rotariang Campus CUB Staff: CUB Staffg Senior Play: Prom
Court 45 Scholastic Honor Roll
AMERICAN BANK 8: TRUST COMPANY
OSCAR SIDNEY ANDRAS, IR., U. H. S. I,2,3,4
Hi-Y 2, 3,4g U-Club 3, 4: Football 3,45 Campus Cub Staffg
ANNE CAROLYN BRASSETT, U. H. S. 3,4
Boosters 3, 4g Vice-President 45 Y-Teens 3,4g Campus Cub
Staff: Literary Rally 3g Volleyball 3,43 Senior Play: Scholastic
Honor Roll: Leadership Conference 3
JANET CECILIA BRECHTEL, U, H, S, 3,4
Dicens 45 Y-Teens 35 Senior Play, Volleyball 3,4g CUB
BARBARA DIANNE CARTER, U. H. S. I,2,3,4
F. H. A. I, 2, 3: F. B. L.A. 4: Volleyball 4: Y-Teens I, 2,45
Boosters 45 Dicens Ig Senior Playg Scholastic Honor Roll: Co-
Editor of CUB
MARK THOMAS CARLETON, U. H. S. I,2, 3,4
Student Council l,2g Class President 25 Key Club 2, 3,4g
Secretary-Treasurer 3: Vice-President 4. National Honor
Society 3,4g Vice-President 45 Baseball 2g Campus Cub Staff:
CUB Business Staff, May Court 23 Junior Rotarian: Senior Playg
Boys' State: Scholastic Honor Roll: U. D. C. Award 3: State
Literary Rally 2, 3
BATON ROUGE BAKERS' CLUB:
Holsum Bakery b
Wo1f's Bakery 9
Tasty Baking Company
BEVERLY JEAN CASKEY, U.H.S. 4
F. B. L. A. 43 Senior Play
CHARLES HUNTER COATES, JR., U. H. s. I,2,3,4
Class President 43 Student Council 42 Key Club 2, 3, 43 National
Honor Society 3, 43 U-Club 3,43 Basketball I3 Baseball I,2, 3,4
Junior Rotarian3 May Court 23 Prom Court 43 Senior Playg CUB
Business Staff3 Boys' Stateg Scholastic Honor Roll
TUCKER EDWARD DAWSON, IR. , U. H. S. I,2,3,4
U-Club 2, 3, 43 Key Club 2, 3, 43 Senior Class Vice-Presidenrp
Baseball 2, 3,43 Basketball I, 2, 3, 43 F. B.L. A. 43 May Court
23 Prom Court 43 Junior Rotariang Campus Cub Staff, CUB Staff
Band Rally 43 Senior Play
RALPH ERMAN DEEDS, IR., U, H, s. 1,2,3,4
Student Council 43 Vice Chairman 43 State Literary Rally 2, 3,
43 Hi-Y 2, 3,43 Treasurer 33 President 43 Football 2, 3,43 Track
3, 43 Basketball lg U-Club 2, 3,43 Secretary 43 Campus Cub
Staff3 F. B. L. A. 43 Junior Rotarian3 Prom Court 42 Senior Playj
Scholastic Honor Rollg CUB Business Staffg Bandg Softball Rally
BETTY DALE DENHAM, U, H. s, x,2,3,4
Dicens 23 F.B. L.A. 43 Senior Play
FOSTER DRIVE DRUGS
2030 North Foster Drive
10 Y. M. C. A.
311 North Fourth Street
CYNTHIA PAULINE EDEN, U. H. s. r,z,3,4
F. H. A. 1,25 Y-Teens I, 3,4g CUB Business Staffg Campus
Cub Staff: Senior Playg Scholastic Honor Roll: Softball I, 2,
WARRICK RIDGELY EDWARDS, U. H. S. I,2,3,4
Football 1,2, 3,45 Track 2, 3,4g Key Club 2, 3,45 U-Club 2
3,45 Campus Cub Staff: Swimming Rallyg Softball Rally 3g
GRETCHEN ANN GERLICHER, U. H. S. I,2,3, 4
Dicens I, 2: F. H. A. I, 2, 3g Volleyball 3,41 Campus Cub
Staff: Senior Play
WILLIAM ROBERT HARPER, U. H. S. 3,4
Dicens 3,45 Board of Governors 3g Parliment 4: Hammond
Speech Rally 3,43 State Speech Rally 3,4g Senior Play
TRAVIS IETER HARRISON, U. H. s. 2,3,4
Key Club 3, 45 Assistant Editor of Key Club Highlights 4g
F. B. L.A. 4g Treasurer 45 Basketball 3,4: Campus Cub
Staff: Senior Play: U-Club 4: Scholastic Honor Rollg State
Literary Rally 2,4
2868 Government Street
2958 Perkins Road
BETTY JOHNELLE HARRIS, U. H. S. I,2,3,4
Y-Teens 2, 3,45 Secretary 35 Football Sponsor 45 F. H. A. I,
2, 45 Secretary 25 Cheerleader 35 Girls' State 45 May Court 25
Prom Court 45 Senior P1ay5 F. B.L. A. 3,45 Treasurer 35 Vice-
President 45 CUB Business Staff
ANTIE ELIZABETH HEBERLE, U. H. s. 1,z,3,4
Dlcens I,2,3, 45 Board of Governors 45 F.B.L.A. 45 Y-Teens
35 Basketball I5 Volleyball 3,45 State Speech Rally 35 Senior
Play5 Leadership Conference 35 Campus Cub Staff5 CUB
Business Staff5 MixedChorus 35 Scholastic Honor Roll
CHARLOTTE ANN HOLLY, U. H. s. 2,3,4
F.H.A. 2, 3,45 President 35 Parish Reporter 25 Y-Teens 35
Dicens 35 Volleyball 35 Scholastic Honor Roll
JAMES LAWRENCE KENT, U. H. S. I,2, 3,4
Key Club 2, 3, 45 District Treasurer 45 National Honor Society
3,45 S.A.S.C. Convention 35 L.A.S.C. Convention 3,45
Track 2, 45 Senior Play5 State Literary Rally 25 Scholastic
JAMES ERWIN KUYLEN, U. H. S. 4
COLLEGE HILL GROCERY
5505 Highland Road
14 HARVEY'S ESSO SERVICE
2604 North Boulevard
ROBERT MALCOLM LAWRENCE, U. H. s. I,2,3,4
Key Club 2, 3, 45 President 45 U-Club l,2, 3,45 Student Council
35 Football I, 2, 3, 45 Captain 45 Basketball 2, 3, 45 May Court
King 25 Prom Court King 45' Campus Cub Staff5 Boys' State5
Softball Rally 3: Junior Rotarian5 Scholastic Honor Rollg Senior
Play5 National Honor Society 3, 4
EMILY ANN LEARNER, U. H. S. I,2,3,4
F. H. A. 1, 2, 3,45 Dicens 1 , 2, 3, 45 Board of Governors, 2, 45
State Speech Rally 35 Volleyball 3, 45 Senior Play5 Scholastic
PEGGY ANN LEBLANC, U. H. s. I,2,3,4
F. H. A. I5 Senior Play5 Y-Teens I5 Volleyball 3,45 Softball
I5 Basketball I
LOIS MARY LECHE, U. H. s. 1,z,3,4
Boosters 35 Cheerleader 45 F. H. A. I, 2, 3, 45 F. B. L. A. 45
Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 45 Chaplain 25 Key Club Sponsor 45 Volleyball
3, 45 Campus Cub Staff5 CUB Business Staff5 Leadership Con-
VIRGINIA LEE MCKEAN, U. H. S. I,2,3,4
Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Treasurer 45 F. H.A. l, 2, 3, 45 Treasurer 25
Vice-President 35 President 45 F. B.L.A. 45 National Honor
Society 3,45 Hi-Y Sponsor 45 May Court Queen 25 Prom Court
45 Boosters 3,45 CUB Staff5 Girls' State5 Volleyball 3,45 Scho-
lastic Honor Roll5 Senior Play5 Softball 1,25 Campus Cub Staff
LUTHER C. JUBAN BUILDING SUPPLIES
4708 Government Street
KOBER'S TIGER SERVICE STATION 13
3274 Highland Road
DOUGLAS ALVER MENVILLE, U. H, S. I,2,3, 4
Key Club 2, 3, 4: Assistant Editor of Key Club Highlights 3:
Editor 45 National Honor Society 3,43 President 45 Senior
Playg CUB Staffg Glee Club 45 State Literary Rally Ig Campus
Cub Staffg Nesom Poetry Award I,3
RICHARD SANDERS MORRIS, U.H.S. 1,2.3.4
Hi-Y I,2, 3,45 Vice-President 4g U-Club 3,4p Track 2,3,4g
State Swimming Rally 3: Senior Play
DAVID DONNELL MOSS, U. H. S. 2,3,4
Key Club 3,4g F.B.L.A. 4g Y-Teens Sponsor: Senior Playp
Baseball 2, 3, 4: Basketball 2, 4g Junior Rotarianp CUB Business
Staffg Debate Squad 3,4p U-Club 3, 4: Boys' State
CATHERINE RUTH OERTEL, U. H. S. I, 2, 3,4
Class Secretary-Treasurer I,2, 3g F. H. A. I,2, 3, 4: F.B. L.A.
3, 4g President 45 National Honor Society 3,4g Campus Cub
Reporter 25 Senior Play: Scholastic Honor Roll: Co-Editor of
JULIUS MARSHALL O'QUIN, JR., U. H. S, I,2,3,4
Hi-Y 2, 3,43 Vice-President 31 Y-Teens Sponsor 4: U-Club 3,45
Chaplain 4: May Court 23 Track 2,3,4: State Athletic Rally 2,
HIGHLAND LAUNDRY AND CLEANERS
2214 Highland Road
14 HUB CLOTHU-:Rs
3349 Highland Road
DAULIS PINTO, U. H. S. 4
CAROL WINANS RATCLIFF, U. H. s. 1,2,3,4
F. H. A. I, 2, 3,45 Library Club I, President Ig Leadership
Conference I,2: Dicens 23 Y-Teens 2, 3g Glee Club 2, 3,
F. B. L. A. 43 Boosters 4g Sergeant-at-arms 4. Volleyball
3, 4g Senior Playg Basketball 2g CUB Business Staff
JANE LYNNE RHEUARK, U. H. s. 2, 3,4
F. B. L. A. 3, 43 Senior Play: CUB Business Staff
CAROLYN ANN SCATTERTY, U. H. S. I,2,3,4
F. H. A. Ig Dicens Ig Basketball I,2: State Literary Rally
2, 35 Volleyball I,3, 4: Campus Cub Staffg Senior Playg
Scholastic Honor Roll
HANS J. STERNBERG, U. H. S. 2,3,4
Hi-Y 3,4g Treasurer 4: F.B.L.A. 4: Dicens 4: Board of
Governors 4: State Literary Rally 33 Senior Playg Debate
Team 4: Business Manager of CUB
BILL LEDET AUTO SERVICE
419 North 19th Street
403 South 19th Street
DOROTHY RAY TATE, U. H. S. I,2, 3,4
State Literary Rally l,2: Y-Teens I,2, 3,4: Secretary 4:
F. B. L. A. 4: F. I-I.A. I, 2, 3, 4: Secretary 3: Vice-President
4: Class Vice-President 2: Girls' State: National Honor
Society 3,4: Secretary 4: Dicens I: Cheerleader 4: Cam-
pus Cub Staff: Senior Play: CUB Staff: Basketball 2: Volley-
ball 3: Prom Court 4: Softball Manager I, 2: Scholastic
Honor Roll: Leadership Conference 3
JANE WOMACK TESSIER, U. H. S. 2,3,4
Y-Teens 3, 4: President 4: Key Club Sponsor: Volleyball
3: Boosters 4: F. B. L.A. 3,4: Campus Cub Staff: CUB
Business Staff: Senior Play: Class Secretary-Treasurer 4:
Prom Court Queen 4: F. H. A. 2: Scholastic Honor Roll
MARY BARBARA VASTINE, U. H. S. 1,z,3,4
Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4: Secretary I: President 3: Vice-President
4: Student Council 2, 3, 4: Chairman 3, 4: Softball I,2,3:
Volleyball 4: Basketball 2: Leadership Conference 3: Senior
Play: National Honor Society 3,4: All-State Chorus: Dicens
2: Boosters 3: Vice-President 3: Scholastic Honor Roll: F. B.
L. A. 4: Secretary 4: CUB Business Staff: Campus Cub staff:
Football Sponsor: Hi-Y Sponsor 3: Girls' State: May Court 2
Prom Court 4
JOHN ELDON WERNER, U. H. S. I,2,3,4
Hi-Y 2,3,4: U-Club 2, 3,4:SEl'ge2l'lI-at-3.l'l'1'lS 4: Track 2:
Football 4: Senior Play
CLAUDE PAINTER WILLIAMS, U. H. S. I,2,3,4
Hi-Y 3, 4: Football 4: Boys' Quartet 4: Senior Play
MIDDLETON'S DRUG STORE"
2065 Plank Road
16 OVERPASS ESSO SERVICE STATION
2940 Perkins Road
Sl Illll MASS HISIIIRY
To begin this stirring chronicle of the Senior Class of '53 we must slip back to
a September morning in the year one thousand nine hundred and forty five A. D. The
time is eighto'clock. The place is University Lab School, and the sun streams through
the cracks in the walls of the first grade room, spotlighting eight eager little person-
ages who will form the foundation for the future Senior Class. As we look in upon this
genial tableau, we spy the flash of green from the corner. Yes, it's Tommy "Money-
bags" Carleton counting his tuition lovingly for the last time before it is torn from his
grasp. Further over, we see a gleaming mop of red hair gazing lovingly at a picture
of a dairy farm in a first-grade reader. This one is named Julius O'Quin. Now we
come upon a strange sight. We see a very handsome little boy surrounded by a mob
of very affectionate little girls, whom the teacher is vainly trying to disperse. His
beaming smile from within the crowd shows him to be Bobby Lawrence. Across the
room a sullen, morose youth named Ridgy Edwards sits sulking and pulling the wings
off of dragonflies. Peering over his shoulder and watching with no small amount of
glee is the hulking one, Dick Morris, the only member of the first grade to outweigh
the teacher. Apparently the only one who is studying this morning is a very serious-
looking young lady, one Catherine Oertel, who is engrossed in. . .oh, oh, a joke book!
Oh well ..... At this next desk, we see another young lady, Antje Heberle, who has
just finished doing her homework for tomorrow in German, completely unaware of
the fact that she will have to copy it over. The remaining member of the class is
just there. John Werner blossoms out later.
In the second grade we were joined by two more members of our group, a quiet
little girl called Jane Rheuark, and a tall, gangling, half-dead youth named Teddy
Dawson, whose alertness and quick responses earned him excellent grades.
Two more students trickled into the third grade, a quiet and reserved young
lady named Charlotte Holly, who introduced the can-can to University Lab School,
and Anne Carter, who sat and stared at the ceiling most of the time.
In the fourth grade we found among the dinosaurs two more members of our as-
semblage. These were Beverly Caskey, a girl with ferocious eyes and long hair who
thoroughly frightened everyone, and Gretchen Gerlicher, a young lady who experien-
ced considerable difficulty in dodging the lights on the ceiling.
After the fourth grade we lost two members of our class, Charlotte and Beverly,
who apparently couldn't stand the thought of the historic life to come.
We beset Miss Gordon in the fifth grade with the aid of a tall, dark girl named
Carol "Slinky" Ratcliff for reasons obvious even to fifth graders.
The sixth grade was a memorable year, for we gained a quiet-mannered, un-
affected, tow-headed,bespectacled chap, who, in a voice like gravel on a tin roof
assured the class and Miss Bailey that his name was Ralph Deeds. Also there was
a dynamic young lady named Barbara "Pogo" Vastine, who seemed to be into every-
thing at once. And last and perhaps least, there was a bewildered, helpless-look-
ing little person named Douglas Menville, who, when asked by the more belliger-
ent members of the class if he wanted to fight, gave the singularly unusual reply,
Then we descended en masse upon poor Mr. Eglin in the seventh grade. This
was an unforgettable year, what with dropping and shooting things off the porch,
growing fungi, and with the immortal Hector the Specter and Sydney Spook stories,
presented by Menville and Carleton respectively, In this year we gained Jimmie
"King-Size" Kent, who astonished the teacher by taking a carburetor apart and
putting it back together inside of five minutes. Emily Learner seemed rather con-
fused and Claude Williams was reprimanded sternly for offering the teacher a
cigarette. Charlotte Holly also returned, somewhat sheepishly.
And then in 1948 we were triumphant! We had made it safely through gram-
mar school and University Lab School now became University High! We lost
Antje this year to Junior High, but we gained an odd boy with a seemingly un-
pronouncable name, Jim Ammon frhymes with "salmon"l. Also there joined
our ranks a small boy known as Oscar Andras, whose curls sent the girls in-
to waves of ecstacy and a tall, quiet lad named Charles "West Point" Coates,
who loved to tell of his experiences in Japan. Peggy LeBlanc slipped in too.
Passing on to grade nine, we gained Lois Leche and Dottye Tate, a pair of
quiet and reserved little ladies, Betty Harris, Ann Scatterty, Virginia "Heart-
Throb" McKean, Betty Denham, and Polly Eden. '
In the tenth grade we picked up a very tall, gangling youth from Mississippi,
who spent a great deal of time writing mathematical equations on the ceilings.
We also gained the industrious, babbling Hans Sternberg, and Jane "Red" Tes-
sier. Oh yes, Ibelieve there was also a fellow named Moss ......
Antje and Jane Rheuark were back with us now, and in the eleventh grade we
collected Billy "C. A. P. " Harper, Janet Brechtel, and a young lady named Car
Finally came the climax of our school year-- the twelfth grade. Now we were
the Seniors. Dr. Harrison's own private headache. We were joined this year by
Jimmy Kuylen, Daulis Pinto, and Beverly "Wolf Gal" Caskey.
And so there you-have it. The history of one of U-High's most fiendish classes.
A class which gave to the school the immortal skits of Menville -Carleton-Harrisong
the roarings of a big green buick called Kentg and many other things. Many ev-
ents stick fondly in our memory--being able to go the the Field House during
Study Hall, watching the new building grow into completion, being the first class
to have the honor of graduating from itg the Senior Playg Dr. Harrison's fiend-
ish chemistry classg the Sociology class's trip to Jackson, from which most
of them returnedg and all the other incidents which blend into years that we
will never forget.
We wish to express our deepest gratitude to all tle teachers and directors
for their friendship, their help, and for starting us confidently down the long
and rocky road of life.
CHANTICLEER ESSO SERVICE STATION
2678 Government Street
LEO M. ODOM
1055 Nicholson Drive
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516 Florida Street
WOODFIN -SMITH PONTIAC
759 North 21st Street
Betty Dale Denham
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, James Ammon, bequeath my ability to skip school when I please to Louis Boyd.
, Oscar Andras, bequeath my skill at eight-ball to Louis Denson.
, Carolyn Brassett, bequeath myhost of college boys to Mary Catherine Huckabay.
, Janet Brechtel, bequeath my blonde hair to my sister Joan in hopes that it will do
her more good than it has done me.
, Thomas Carleton, bequeath just about everything to the student body at large ex-
cept my money--all my beautiful money!
, Anne Carter, bequeath my editorship of the CUB to someone with an iron suit and
a bullet-proof vest.
, Beverly Caskey, bequeath my wolf-pack to Lurline Crews. '
, Charles Coates, bequeath my framed picture of Gen. McArthur to Frank Thompson
, Teddy Dawson, bequeath my left-handed hook-shot to Bill Wall.
, Ralph Deeds, bequeath my muscles and nickname "Tiger" to Chuck Quarles.
, Betty Denham, bequeath my boy friends to Janet McLin.
, Polly Eden, bequeath my seven-day diet course to Jimmy Winfree.
, Ridgy Edwards, bequeath my cheerful, friendly nature to Scott Taylor.
, Gretchen Gerlicher, bequeath my swimming abilities to Lucille Guglielmo.
, Billy Harper, bequeath my speech notes to Philip Sandberg.
, Travis Harrison, bequeathmy unlimited intelligence to George O'Neal.
, Betty Harris, bequeath my little brother Bucky to all the girls.
, Antje Heberle, bequeath my horses to Mary Evelyn Johnson.
, Charlotte Holly, bequeath my refined and dignified nature to Bonnie Breaux.
, James Kent, bequeath my twin carbs and Hollywood muffler to Bubby Kizer.
, James Kuylen, bequeath my ability at playing soccer to Wallace Mackenson.
, Emily Learner, bequeath my membership in the D. A. R. to Toot Underwood.
, Peggy LeBlanc, cannot afford to leave anything to anybody.
, Lois Leche, bequeath Ralph Deeds to Nancy Oliver.
, Virginia McKean, bequeath my skill at attracting boys to Delmar Fulmer.
, Douglas Menville, bequeath my skill at drawing pictures of the teachers to
, Dick Morris, bequeath my collection of shot-puts to Richard Crawford.
, Donn Moss, bequeath my nose to any three people.
, Catherine Oertel,bequeath my repetoire of jokes to Dorothy Dennis.
Julius O'Quin bequeath my mop of red hair to Lester the janitor, to be used for
, Carol Ratcliff, bequeath my ability to slink down the halls to Aimee Odom.
, Jane Rheuark, bequeath my quiet nature to Rita Faye Jacks.
Ann Scatterty, bequeath my books and pencils to Johnny Willey.
Hans Sternberg, bequeath my orderly and coherent methods of doing things to
the Johnson twins.
Dottye Tate, bequeath my ability to flirt with all the boys at the same time to
Barbara Jane Brown.
Jane Tessier, bequeath my collection of old class secretary's records to any-
one who is unlucky enough to get this job next year.
Barbara Vastine, bequeath my memberships in all clubs and organizations to
any three people.
, John Werner, leave nothin' to nobody.
Claude Williams, bequeath my abilities at speed-shifting to Billy Fort.
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Vice-President . . . Joan Brechtel
Secretary-Treasurer . Carolyn Bennett
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562 Lafayette St.
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Council Repres entative
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Ella Rein Aus tin
Barbara Jane Brown
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Mary Catherine Huckabay
Mary Evelyn Johnsi
Roland C, Kiz.er
1637 Nicholson Drive
Mary I..ou Sisk
Dorothy Ray Tower
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Vice-President . . . Miriam Oglesby
Secretary-Treasurer . . Sallie Harris
Council Representative .
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Doris Dale Baker
Ana Elena Diez
1405 Government St.
Ann Felice Dugas
Mary Jane Grace
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We, the members of the Freshman
Class, wish to dedicate the Freshman
Section of the "Cub" to Lake Campbell,
a classmate who was killed on August
Anne Gayle Tanner
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TO THE CLASS OF 1953:
The purpose of this school is to provide every oppor-
tunity and encouragement to each boy and girl so that they
might learn the skills of citizenship as well as the academic
skills necessary for successful living.
May your loyalty to this school, its students, to teachers
and its traditions grow so meaningful that you will always be
prpud to say, "I was a student of University High School. "
GUARANTY INCOME LIFE INSURANCE CO. , INC.
929 Government Street
MISS MARIE REBECCA ALLEN
MRS LOUISEH BEARD
MR. VERNON E. DAIGLE
MRS. WILL C. DANIELS
1040 Main St.
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MR. WILLIAM R. EGLIN
MR IOHNL GARRETT IR.
MR. LEONARD L. KILGORE, IR.
MR. I. Q. LONG
1849 North St.
L. M. HARRISON
MISS MARY E LOUP
MISS MARA McBEE
MISS MARIETTA PICOT
MR. ANTHONY G. POCHE
BATES 81 THIGPEN
350 Third St.
MRS. THELMA MORRIS
MISS MARGARhT SMITH
MRS. DOROTHY STAFFORD
MR. ORAN TEAGUE
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VE' ITY HIGH SCHOOL, DECEMBER ll, 1952 NUMBER 2
SI A I I sEviiN'rH QRADE
A, - - venth Grade, divided into
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Emilv L, . esidents, have been
Ol Dee' V em ta UI ing plans for a party to be
l ., . h December.
Speak for racy, a topic A- X
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the talk he Glee Club sang "The EKJHH GRADE
Sta, t and the U, The Eighth Grade gave a very
November 15 the Senior Class held
a party which has come to be con-
sidered an annual event here and is
eagerly awaited by the unattached
boys. This, of course, was the Sadie
Hawkins Day party. It was set off
by the big race, in which the fleet-
footed girls gave the boys a hard run.
Dick Morris served as Maryin' Sam
versi il Chorus pr' Sful party' using ee the tb for the par' u couples. Next was
'tifulf' my Fell'-" They eleefed skit, de die Hawkins Day
Keenze 'Y twenty" 'e .dollars R- Q had a good
piano. I IOWHV 'lldmb' xt year's Sen-
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Too many times We are prone to
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stu Oscar Andras Polly Eden Bobby Lawrence Jane TeSSler
meet Carolyn Brassett Ridgy Edwards Lois Leche Barbara VHSHHC
tems Tommy Carleton Gretchen Gerlicher Virginia McKean Miss Healey advisor
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PIIIIPHHIY IH llll MASS Ill '53
The other evening as I was eating dinner at Joe's, I met a person I had not
seen for a long time, an old school chum with whom I had graduated from Uni-
versity High way back in 1953. He was bubbling over with information about
Doug, Peggy, Ginger, and all the rest of my friends that I had completely lost
track of during the years. Fond memories of days gone by were brought to mind
while I listened to him tell me what all the old gang was doing. These are some
of the things he said:
Dottye Tate, the rage of society, has been seen in the company of numerous
men about town. It appears that Miss Tate has never surpressed her maddening
desire to go out with all, not some, but all, of the boys.
I am sure you rerfgmber Charlie Cons, President of the Class of '53, who
went -to West Point and graduated there in 1957. Well, after fifty years of mili-
tary service, General of the Army Coates has been retired from active duty. The
general made a very moving farewell speech to Congress, the last line of which
was: "Old soldiers never die, they just smell that way. " This remark has inspir-
ed someone to write a ballad of the same name which has greatly enhanced the old
hero's popularity throughout the country.
Ralph "Whispering" Deeds has sold his cattle ranch in Nebraska, his oil lands
in South America, and his other commercial holdings, so that he can become Di-
rector of the F. B. I. Assisting him in his new job will be none other than "Big,
Tough John" Werner, rich playboy and African game hunter, These two should
make a persuasive and effective combination, so criminals, beware.
Miss Barbara Vastine has become President and Personnel Manager of Vas-
tine Enterprises, Inc. Her company makes"B. V. D. Pogo Sticks" and other toys
to amuse .the kiddies. Despite the fact that her business demands much of her
time, Miss Vastine is very active socially and holds offices in one hundred sev-
Passers-by on Third Street were surprised to see Jim Ammon in a Salvation
Army uniform. He was standing on a corner ringing a bell and urging all sinners
to repent. Mr. Ammon was a prosperous architect when he decided to give up
his profession for this fine social work. He is to be commended for his unself-
Oscar Andras is the new proprieter of the Chimes Billiard Club, and Bill
Harper is now national head of the C. A. P. He resigned a Major General's
commission in the Siamese Air Force to take up his present duties. Carolyn
Brassett, M. A. , B. A. , Ph. D. , is teaching higher organic chemistry at Cal-
ifornia Tech. Odd though ,it may sound, this distinguished scholar has never
found out what calculus is and still has difficulty manipulating venetian blinds.
Catherine Oertel and Polly Eden constitute the new panel on "Can You Top
This ?", the radio quiz and joke show. They have also combined talents to write
a book which they call Spicy Tales from a Sultan's Harem. An article written by
Anne Carter their former colleague, feature reporter for the New York Times, on
the Detroit Race Riots has made her nationally famous. A nemght club has open
ed out on the Sunset Strip in Hollywood. It is called the "El Wolfo" and is owned
and operated by Beverly Caskey, who also does the floor shows.
The Nobel Prize in Physics this year goes to Dr. T. Jeter Harrison for dis-
covering how to split the Strontium atom. However, he botched his calculations
and consequently, did not get off the premesis before the atom split. A momu-
ment is being raised to this true martyr to the cause of Science.
Betty Harris and Willy Norris are giving jitterbug lessons to South American
students at L. S. U. So popular is Betty with these boys that she has been unan-
imously voted "Pan-American Queen".
TERRY'S MEN SHOP
151 Third Street
A new teacher at U-High is Janet Brechtel, who says she really loves her work.
Claude "Little Hank" Williams, hillbilly recording artist, has made a new record:
"I'll Never Get Out of This High School Alive".
Mark T. Carleton, wealthy financier and chairman of the Chase National Bank,
was made Secretary of the Treasury. His first official act was to flee the country
with all the government funds. Federal agents caught up with him in Monte Carlo,
where he was playing roulette with Ex-King Farouk. The Honorable David D. Moss,
U. S. Attorney-General, has been called in toprosecute the case. Moss SWCBIS
Carleton's head will roll. Carleton simply swears.
On the diplomatic side, Sir James Kuylen, Knight of the Bath, is the new am-
bassador to the United States from British Honduras. Douglas A. Menville, tal-
ented cartoonist of science fiction magazines, who is also a movie producer, has
been named Envoy to the Vatican. You may recall that Menville was the silent lad
who never said or did anything that was funny.
Tucker Dawson, Jr. , chemical engineer, and W. Ridgely Edwards III, geol-
ogist, have ditched their respective professions and are opening up a model agen-
cy in Los Angeles. The reason for this sudden change of interest can be readily as-
certained from their behavior. Every Saturday night these two gentlemen can be
seen swaggering down the street, arm in arm, singing "We Love Girls". Betty
Denham, Gretchen Gerlicher, Ann Scatterty, Peggy LeBlanc, and Jane Rheuark
have been happier than any of their classmates, for they all settled down and got
Antje Heberle is a special consultant in the State Department for the Bureau of
German Affairs. Her understudy is Herr Hans Sternberg, who is also General Man-
ager of Gimbel's Department Store in New York. Easier parking, thriftier shopping
at Gimbel's. Gimbel's time, 9:45.
From Hollywood comes word that Robert "Smoocho" Lawrence, the movie king,
has finally married his leading lady, Lois "Lippy" Leche, after a long and hectic
courtship. The Lawrence-Leche combination can be currently seen in the Warner
Bros. release, Wuthering Fights. J. "Double Exhaust" Kent has won his tenth
Indianapolis Speedway Cup. However, he has been jilted by his latest girl friend
because, as she puts it, "The most passionate words he has ever said to me were
'Gee, sweetheart, you remind me of my overhead valve assembly that increases
my brake horse-power by 26. 9. ' "
No doubt you will be glad to hear that Emily Learner has been made head of the
commission on Missions and World Friendship for the Methodist Church. Dick Mor-
ris and Julius O'Quin have formed a partnership to manufacture souped -up farm
tractors and other equipment. O'Quin has been a millionaire since he hooked the
Government in farmer's subsidies. Madame Carol Ratcliff has become instructor
of ballet at the Russian Opera Academy at Moscow. She is recognized all over the
world as the foremost authority in her field. Oh yes, Virginia McKean and Jane
Tessier are both old maid English teachers at Vassar College, where they are
still spry and alert enough for their age, and love to hear from their old friends,
provided their ear trumpets are tuned up.
Well, this took in everyone in the class that my companion could think of. As we
parted, I thanked him deeply for letting me know what our old schoolmates had been
doing since we left our dear Alma Mater, University High School, in 1953.
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In this, the 1953 CUB, we have attempted to picture all aspects of life
at University High. We have tried to capture the highlights of this year
and maybe some low spots fhow 'bout that, Coons?J. Your parties, as-
semblies, teachers, and classmates parade before your eyes as you
leaf through the pages of this annual. We, the staff, hope you enjoy this
year book as much as we enjoyed working on it.
To the following we would like to express our sincere appreciation for
all they have done to help us:
First, thanks to our wonderful advisors, Mr. Garrett and Mrs.
To Miss Pat Maybin for her help andthe excellent pictures she
To our advertisers, without whom we could have no yearbook.
To the business staff for their fine job.
To Ralph Deeds, Charlie Coates, and Julius O'Quin for con-
tributing lots of snapshots.
To the faculty for their understanding and co-operation.
To Mr. Teague for letting us clutter up his desk any time, day
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