University High School - Spirit Yearbook (Waco, TX)

 - Class of 1960

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S53 M 9 wk .. Bef if LX, y W M, X M I.. X xffia f. s xx SANDY STAGGERS Boys' Glee Sweetheart .' t 11 , tiff, lil' I tj 'H ' ' I f 1 I X 4 ld I IIN ' xl! u ' In .'1'.j: I' A, ., Q 'I 4 . l - 1+ . Xt "' ,UN f' f , M I KIQIAR gift V V f X 1 a 'a Swzefhca BOBBY ROBERTSON Girls' Glee Beau SUE MEALS V. I. C. Sweetheart and l6'caus 5 PAT NISWANGER AND JACK CAMPBELL Choir Sweetheart and Beau RAYMOND TESKE Dance Band Beau MARILYN WASHMON Dance Band Sweetheart Mast likely to Succeed RETTA BAKER WILMER EARHART 'm..amss,aL1zf1::,:'f,4e.p .JM ,- w.sWue1 i - imsfsmll Most Dependable DELORES HALE ALTON M NEW 5, fx .M W . ,xi- K ..,-4' X ' we MQ" 1.1: K gig 1 W.- X X x E QQ - I E 1 2 Z t ,X lx . -, A 1.5 X vm 'g 5 . , fxgxxki ai - ' . Q m B Wiffiesf CLARA SUE EVERETT BILLY WEST ,Most Uaurfcaus BRENDA BALLEW DUB ALLEN Best Natural FAYE LOOSIER DAVID GRANGER Q'- 555 wig X Mast Sclmlarly ANN TANNER JOHN MAULDIN ,Mast Saphisfivafed SHERRY SAMS F W FERRELL Mast Selma! Spirit ALICE WILLIAMS LLOYD SCHMEDTHORST Urea: We Honor .1 ff 925415. M REX WHITAKER ALTON MCNEW Citizen of the month of Citizen of the month of September October -I..-9-N -. llft,.41. If big., "Ln- 'Un A446 W wt fa? f A ki been lb. ERNEST SEEGAR BOBBY POWERS WALTER GRISHAM Citizen of the month of Citizen of the month of Citizen of the month of November December January RETTA BAKER D. A. R. Citizenship winner ALICE WILLIAMS and DUB ALLEN Most Representative Students 3I A .a Um Hmm WV? O 5 . J. . ,gi gl!! .1 sl .:" Q 2 Q ,ref fx ond knows no knows ,4 Senior knows onions Presiclenf ........ .... A lfon Mc New Vice-President ..... .,.. D ovid Granger Secretory ...... .... Bu bbc Davis Treasurer. . . .... Alice Williams ADAMS, RAYMOND Senior Choir, Boys' Glee Club, Key Club, Dance Club, Debate Club. ALLEN, DUB Track Club, President, Choir, Pre- sident, Boys' Glee Club, Future Teachers' Club, President, Letter- man's Club, Treasurer, Track Team, "B" Team Football, Stage Crew. BAKER, RETTA N. H. S., "The Wooden Horse," Co-Editor, Annual Staff, Home- coming Nominee, Girls' Service Club, J. C. L., G. A. A., Peppers, Senior Choir, Girls' Glee Club, Student Council, Cheerleader, D. A. R. award. Vice President Band Secretary, Treasurer, Annual Staff, G. A. ., BALLEW, BRENDA J. C. L., Y-Teens, A P. E. Assistant, Girls Volleyball Team, Tum- bling Team. BARNETT, FRED BRADFORD, LOUISE Peppers, Senior Choir, Girls' Glee Club, Re- gional Choir, F. H. A., Vocalist Club. BARNS LIPSEY, BETTY Senior Choir, Future Secretaries Club, Sec- retary, Peppers, G. A. A., Girls' Glee Club. BECKHAM, WAYNE l. C. T., V. l. C., Ready Writers, Band, Game Club. ,- '75 BIRKES, MARY G. A. A., Historian, Volleyball Team, Girls Olympic Team, Student Council BLACK, BILLY J. C. L., Baseball Club, Baseball Team. BREWER, JIMMY "B " Team Football, Track, "A" Team Foot- ball, Manager, Chess and Checker Club, Vice-President, J. C. L., Lettermen's Club, Basketball Manager, T 3' I r My BLAIR, JANET Band, President, Sec- retary, Dance Band, Secretary, Dance Band, Sweetheart, Dream- dusters, "Saints" Dixieland Group, Band Council, All Region Band, Annual Staff. BRISBY, JOHNNY Band, Captain, All Region Band, Dance Band, President, Bible Club, Vice-President, Dixieland Group, President. BROWN, BEN Band, Treasurer, Dance Band, President, Vice-President, Treasurer, J. C. L.,Pres- ident, Library Assistant. BRUMMETT, BEVERLY Annual Staff, Senior Chair- man, J. C. L., Secretary, Organ Club, Senior Choir, Girls' Glee Club, Peppers, Bridge Club, President, "The Wooden Horse", Feature Editor, Bible Club, Future Teachers' Club, Reporter. BURDETTE, JIMMY Baseball, Band, Band Council, "Dream Dusters, " "Saints, " Stu- dent Director, V. l. C. AF? CARPENTER, DARLENE Girls' Service Club, G. A. A., Senior Choir, Girls' Glee Club, Student Council, "Trinkets, " Spring Festival Princess. 4 l x COCKRELL, RAY Key Club, Band Manager, Student Council. COFFEE, MAZIE V. l. C., l. C. T. CORENFIELD, HENRY J. C. L., Student Council, Football, Baseball Manager, Key Club, Vice-President, Lettermans' Club, Debate Team. COTTEN, CAROLYN Girls' Service Club, Sec- retary, Senior Choir, Girls' Glee Club. BURKE, WAYLAND Chess and Checker Club lndust rial Arts Club. BURT, KAY Student Council, F. H. A Pres ident, l. C. T., Secretary e porter. CEPAK, ROBERT I. C. T. I I COURTNEY, RUBY Senior Choir, All State Chorus Alternate, Girls' Glee Club, G. A. A., Spring Festival Duchess, Peppers, Captain, Girls' Olympic Team, P. E. Assistant, News- paper Reporter, "Trinkets", Volleyball Team. COX, DARRYL "B" Team Football, "A" Team Football, Letterman's Club, "B" Team Basketball, Dance Club. CURTIS, NANCY Band, President, "Saints" Dixieland Group, Dream- dusters, G. A. A., Bible Club, President, Band Council . eve. My rf ' K N CROUCH, AUBREY Baseball Team, Baseball f Club, Industrial Arts Club. DAVIS, LEWIS "A" Football Team, Co-Captain, Baseball Team, Baseball Club, Letterman's Club, Senior Choir, Beau, Sergeant-at-arms, Boys' Glee Club, Stage Crew, Co-Chairman, Senior Class Secretary, Citizen of the Nlonth, Key Club, All Region Choir Alternate. DE LA ROSA, MARY C. F. H. A., V. I. C., I. C. T. DENSMAN, PATSY Y-Teen Club, Vice-President, Bible Club, V. I. C. DUNCAN, SHARON Senior Choir, Girls' Glee Club, Vocal Club, Dance Club. is 39 I 2 TSE 40 EVANS, DALE FARMER, ROBERTA F. H. A., Senior Choir, Office Assistant. FELTY, KENNETH Slide Rule Club, V. l. C., President, Vice-President, l. C. T., Student Council, Bible Club. FERRELL, F. W. "B "and "A " Team Football J. C. L., President, Annua Staff, Key Club, Board of Directors, Student Council. FIELDS, MARTHA Dance Club, F. H. A., Parliamentarian, Bible Club Ili EARHART, WFLMER Student Council, President, "The Wooden Horse, " C0-Editor, Vice- President of THSPA, Annual Staff, Key Club, Vice-President, Board of Directors, Bible Club, Junior Class Favorite, Debate Team, Library Assistant, P. E. Assistant, Lt. Gov. of Div. 23 Tex.-Okla. Dist. Key Club Int. ERlCKSON, JIMMY "B "and "A " Team Football, "B" Team Club, Track Club, Lettermen 's Club. IU? EVERETT, CLARA SUE Volleyball Team, Baylor Sports Day, G. A. A., Vice-Pres- ident, Treasurer, P. E . Assistant, Band, Future Teachers' Club. '35 , .2 FIKES, NANCY Y-Teen, F. H. A. FREEMAN , RO NALD Key Club, "A" Team Basket- ball. GLENN, MARY G. A. A., Band, Staff. A 'rn' J Annual Picture not Available FUTCH, RAY IIB II IIA Il Basketball, All E Tournament. K GRANGER, DAVID Sophomore Class Treasurer, "B" and "A " Team Football, "B " Team Basketball, "B "Club, Letter- men's Club, Senior Class Vice- President, Annual Staff. GRISHAM, GERALD Band. GUMMELT, SANDRA F. H. A., Secretary, Parliamentarian, Office Assistant. GUTHRIE, ARLIS Peppers, G. A. A., Senior Choir, Girls' Glee Club, F. H. A., "Wooden Horse, "Business Manager, P. E. Assistant, Olympic Team, Annual Staff, Student Council, Student Directory, Chairman. A .,r af. . sf. , v .. 'i. I A?-mwbg HENDERSON, PAUL Band, Dance Band, Dixieland Band. HERBELIN, DURWOOD Hot Rod Club. HOLLINGSWORTH, CHARLES I. C. T., V. I. C. HOLMES, VIOLET Y-Teens, Secretary, Future Secretary Club, President, Library Assistant, Library Club, Secretary, Band. HOWARD, MIKE V. I. C., Reporter, District and State Winner in V. I. C., I. C. T. GUTHRIE, ERNESTINE F. H. A., Secretary, G. A. A., Volleyball Team, Student Council. HALE, DELORES Peppers, Senior Choir, Secretary, Girls' Glee Club, Senior Choir Sweetheart, All Region Choir, Student Council, Historian, Girls' Service Club, G. A. A., N. H. S., President, Miss Spirit, Library Assistant. x HENKEL, ROY Camera Club, Secretary, Chess and Checkers Club. 2' it HOWARD, PHILLIP Student Council, District Representative, Chess and Checkers Club. HUDGENS, SUE N. H. S., V. I. C., Secretary V. I. C. Sweetheart, I. C. T., Future Secretaries Club, G. A. A. I JENSON, MARY ELLEN Peppers, Senior Choir, Girls' Glee Club, Future Girls' Service Club, Dance Club, Annual Staff. Ni Teachers' Club, G. A. A., Sergeant-at-arms,J. C. L., ILIFF, RICHARD I. C. T., V. I. C. Q PK Q JOHNSON, BILLY Traclc, Chess and Checkers Club. KENNEDY, TOX Dance Club. KIFF, ANNETTE Senior Choir, Girls' Glee Club, F. H. A., President, Vice-President. KILLEN, BILL Key Club, Treasurer, Student Council, J. C. L., Office Assistant. I 44 KOCH, BILL "A " Team Football, Letter- KINSEY, TOMMY "B" Team Football, "B" Team Club, Key Club, Office Assistant. KIRKPATRICK, JANET F. H. A., Y-Teens, Girls' Service Club, Library Assistant. men's Club, "A" Team Basket- ball, Student Council, Vice- President, Treasurer, Vice- President of Junior Class, Key Club. LANGSTON, DIANE Y-Teens Club, Library Club, Office Assistant, Senior Choir, Girls' Glee Club. LING, CLARENCE Industrial Arts Club, President, Citizen of Month, Office Assistant. LONDENBERG, DAVID Key Club, Office Assistant, Bridge Club. LOOSIER, FAYE Peppers, Cheerleader, Senior Choir, Girls' Glee Club, "Trinkets, " G. A. A., President, Annual Staff, Volleyball Team, P. E. Assistant, All Region Chorus. Y' LANCASTER, LARRY Baseball Club, Baseball Team, Hot Rod Club. Picture not Available -Uftm' LYON, NANCY Y-Teens, G. A. A., Girls' Glee Club, Senior Choir, Library Club, All Regional Choir Alternate. MCCLINTOCK MIKE Band, Dance Band Club, Dream Dusters, All Region Bond. McNEW, ALTON President of Sophomore Class, "B "and "A " Team Football, "B" Team Club, Letter- men's Club, Key Club, Track, President of Senior Class, Citizen of Month. l X. 'T 1? wal- IV' 'Q giiiik. e-3 ., MCKENZIE, RONNIE Boys' Activity Club, Band, Dream Dusters, "Saints", Dixieland Band. MARTINEZ, LYDIA Peppers, Girls' Glee Club, Senior Choir, Y-Teens, F. H. A., Vice-President. MAULDIN, JOHN Senior Choir, Treasurer, N. H. S., Treasurer, Science Club, Chess and Checkers Club, J. C. L., Student Council. MEIER, DONALD Key Club, Treasurer, Secretary, Annual Staff, Advertising Manager, "B " Team Basketball. "A " Team Basket- ball, Official's Club. MILLER, FREDDIE "B"and "A " Team Football, "B" Club, Lettermen's Club, Track, Track Club, Senior Choir, Boys' Glee Club. OWEN, ELVA Y-Teens, President, Student Council, Library Club, President, Library Assistant. PHILLEY, JERRY V. I. C., Treasurer, l. C. T. PITCHER, JACK "B" Team Football , "B" Team Basketball, Senior Choir, All State lst Alternate, All Region Chorus, Boys' Glee Club, P. E. Assistant. POWITZKY, BILLY F. F. A., Chapter Farmer, Sentinel, Hot Rod Club, Vice-President, City Gents, Vice-President, V. I. C., I. C. T. PRICE, LANE MOSTYN, CLAUDE Science Club, Chess and Checkers Club. NORMAN, JOHNNY Games Club, Baseball Team, Baseball Club, Track, Track Club. 'P' 'OW PATTERSON, EARL M-. TQ' -35 W? QUICK ,ANN Cheerleader, J. C. L., Peppers, Student Council, Girls' Glee Club, Girls' Olympic Team, Girls' Service Club, G. A. A., Annual Staff, "Wood- en Horse, " Debate Team, Tumbling Team, Vice-President of Cen. Tex. Press Assoc. QUINTANILLA, FRED "B" Team Basketball, Hot Rod Club, Vice-President, City Gents, Treasurer. RENTZ, BRENDA my Peppers, "The Wooden N 'P t Horse" Staff, Annual I Q Staff, G. A. A.,Treasurer, 3, I Future Teachers' Club. L Q f.V A Ja ' - ww f 1' ' . I ' Q Li"t3ixi?":Tfff'EiZfiifwnrfi tgfilxifi' ' 7 ' '. . 3 - fits' Sf s ':' L. . . -' 'fffi 4 . ssssSm2fE:E'.gsQi-. , 1 " 'i' . f. 5' ""tx qgtf"9'N. M 47:- T X al I A A. .J Q Maw. . . 5 REED, EARLENE Peppers, Cheerleader, Football Queen, Junior Class Secretary, G. A. A., "Wooden Horse" Staff, Sophomore Class Favorite, Student Council, Secretary. RENTZ, LINDA Volleyball Team, Baylor Play Day, Band, G. A. A REYES, MARY Y-Teens, Treasurer, F. H. Reporter , Library Assista nt. RICHARDS, AUBREY Annual Staff, Editor-in- Chief, J. C. L., Baseball Team, Baseball Club. RODRIGUEZ, CHRIS Baseball Team, Baseball Club, Secretary-Treasurer, President, Office Assistant A., 33 ""'Q' SCHMEDTHORST, LLOYD Vocational Agriculture, Pres- ident, F. F. A., Track, Track Club, Secretary-Treasurer, Lettermen's Club. SAMS, SHERRY "Wooden Horse" Staff, G. A. A Annual Staff. SAUNDERS, JAMES V. I. C., I. C. T., Chess and Checkers Club. SEYLER, BARBARA G. A. A., Secretary Club, Vice-President, Girls' Glee Club, Senior Choir, Library Assistant, Vocal Club, Girls' Volleyball. SIMS, MARY SMITH, DORIS F. H. A., Committee Chairman. SMITH, PAT SPENCE, BUD Student Council, Baseball, Baseball Club, Secretary- Treasurer, Lettermen's Club. STAGGERS, SANDY Senior Choir, Girls' Glee Club. JUUUG. STAHR, LARRY Hot Rod Club. STALEY, EVELYN Peppers, Senior Choir, Girls' Glee Club, "Termites. SWANNER, TOMMY "B "and "A" Team Football, Lettermen's Club, Track, Baseball, Baseball Club, "B" Club. TANNER, ANN N. H. S., Secretary Senior Choir, Secretary, Girls' Glee Club, Vice-President of Bible Club, Student Council, G. A. A., J. C. L. TAUB, BETTY Band, Twirler, Y-Teens, Girls' Service Club. 'Y THORNE, GLORIA F. H. A., Girls' Service Club, N. H. S.,Vice-President, Bible Club, Secretary-Treasurer, V. I. C., Treasurer, Senior Choir, Girls' Glee Club sally, TULL, JERRY "B" Team Football, "B " Club, Senior Choir, Boys' Glee Club. TULLOCH, ELEANOR J. C. L., F. H. A., Peppers, G. A. A., Senior Choir, Girls' Glee Club, Annual Staff, "Wooden Horse" Staff, All Region Choir, P. E. Assistant, Student Council. WASHMON, MARILYN Dreamdusters, Band, Sweetheart, President, Secretary, All Region Band, N. H. S., Student Council . WELCH, ROBERT "B " and "A" Team Football, "B" Club, Bible Club, President, Vocal Club. WHITAKER, REX "B "and TA" Team Football, Baseball Team, Track, Student Council, Parliamentarian,Key Club, President, Lettermans' Club, Vice-President of Sophomore Class, Sophomore Class Favorite, Junior Class President, Citizen of Month. WHITESIDE, CALVIN Senior Choir, Boys' Glee Club, "A" Team Football, Hot Rod Club, President, Lettermen's WIECHERING, CURTIS Track, Track Club, Hobby club, Bridge club. WILKINSON, W. R. Hot Rod Club. af QQ. KY.. sw iii' :Eiga WILLIAMS, ALICE J. C. L., Peppers, Girls' Service Club, Student Council, Senior Choir, Cheerleader, N. H. 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Bury me on The lone prairie Taking out or putting in? Give me a honkie! Tommy and his swinging seven boys Boinnnng H Look gong, no cavities! But I know it is o formol dance! ! ! ! ll BI MY hero Who got our belts? "Mo " Williomg Formal Affair'?'? '? 'P ? Who stopped flwe music? Doing homework? But I can't brush Yes, Ma, I got a raise He proposed? After every meal ! ! l ! KA" 55.22 Sv 'EQ , o E35 'owl' rf! ' S23 f fi , fgggsgj ' t'f,Q5fQ,Y' .5 Wellll, you won What, me worried? Tom Dooley'?'?'??? Which way did the parade go? Finally! Heard The !0fe5f ioke? But mine 's prettier than yours! My first prom! Hurry up, Tommy and Bubba Mr. and Mrs. Spirit Crazy, Man, Crazy Centipede? Lowly Pledges Target practice? Sophomores? 'P 'P '? Aw shucks, these are empty! "The Hanging Tree" I'm gonna get you! 'A -if . ,f Q v v W K , 3 WV i,?. R CHUQUNQ in un-.. xx .-......, 41 Q 2? g WSI. 2 X 5 'S Ex-xx ,Qx 'rf , -'-' f . ., , U1 -, V E., . , it . ' if 5' I. . 4 Q. X . 'F if ' ' .."' . 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It is with great pride that the students of University High say thank you for a job well done. 72a ' as aatcfalf First Row, Left to Right: James Golden, Eugene Williams, Billy Brown, David Granger, Johnny Carter Robert Reid, Elden Barthol, Darryl Cox, Freddie Miller, Jack Campbell. Second Row: Zane Abbott, Rex Whitaker, Alton McNew, Walter Grisham, Herbert Knouff, Lewis Davis, Wayne Bell, DeWayne Hale, Johnny Whiteside, Bobby Robertson. Third Row: Mr. Fowler, Henry Corenfield, Bill Koch, Johnny Dolezel, Norman Oates, Tommy Swanner, Jimmy Erickson, Pat Smithson, Eldred Wallis, F. W. Ferrell, Joe Farley, Mr. Dierking, Coach. SEASON The T959 season of the University High Trojan Football Squad was a season of extremes. It saw the Trojans turn-in some truly great performances, while on the other hand it also saw some moments of frustration take its toll . Many stars were crowned from the team. Among these were several all-district players. Some of the Trojans went so far as to win Super Centex honors, and one Trojan made all-state. Those selected for the District 9AAA first team were fullback Alton McNew, guard Pat Smithson, and end Johnny Dolezel . Those on the second team were center Tommy Swanner, and halfback David Granger. Fullback Alton Mc New received all-state honors. The UHS Trojans opened their season against Ennis at Municipal Stadium in Waco. On the first drive started by the Trojans Alton Mc New scored, drawing first blood. Bill Koch runs for a touchdown after receiving a pass from Rex Whitaker. The action is taking place against Nederland. The next week University traveled to Nacadoches to encounter Nacadoches High. This game was lost by the Trojans 55-6. The only UHS score came on a 76 yard punt return by David Granger. For the third consecutive week the Trojans traveled out of town for their game. This time they encountered the Cnrsicana Tigers. Striking three times A 1 the first half for scores, the Trojans held off the Tigers in the last half to wedge outa Zi-I4 victory. The Ennis Lions struck back on a long kickoff return that set up the first Ennis score. After that the Lions were caged for the night, because University claimed the victory 33-6. This started the Trojans off on the right foot, because the T959 season proved to be a winning one. The second game played by the Trojans was also played on the turf of Municipal Stadium. This game was against the Weatherford Kangaroos. In this game University rolled to a 35-O victory over the Kangaroos. High lights of the game were two touchdowns scored by halfback David Granger and a spectacular touch- down pass from quarterback DeWayne Hale to end Johnny Dolezel. For the third game of the season the UHS Squad traveled to Nederland to play the Nederland Bulldogs. This game tested the Trojans since the Bulldogs were ranked as the number two team in the state at the time. University lost this tussle in the last quarter by a score of 21-28. There were many spectacular moments in the game. Among these were Bill Koch's fine catch for a Trojan score, and David Granger's 97 yard kickoff return. Darryl Cox also in- tercepted a wayward pass for the other Trojan score. Trojan tackle, F. W. Ferrell brings down a Cleburne ball carrier in the Cleburne game David Granger returns a Nederland kickoff for 96 yards and a Trojan touchdown. When the Trojans journeyed to Killeen, they fell under a 2l-6 onslaught by the Kangaroos. The only bright spot for the Trojans was the running of Alton McNew and the passing of DeWayne Hale. Hale scored the only six-pointer for the Trojans. The next week the Trojans met Cleburne at Municipal Stadium in Waco for the district title. The Yellowjackets were too powerful, however, they passed by the Trojans 42-6. Scoring for the Trojans was David Granger on an 88 yard kickoff return. On this note University Torjans ended the T959 football season. Scores in the Corsicana game came on a pass from Rex Whitake to Johnny Dolezel and a quarterback sneak by Rex. The other score came on a six yard plunge by Alton Mc New. University then played Palestine High. Darryl Cox and DeWayne Hale starred in this game as the Trojans rolled to a 33- 0 win. To open district play the UHS Squad traveled across the Brazos River to play the LaVega Pirates. This game saw the Trojans unleashed an awesome ground attack spearheaded by Alton McNew, Alton Mc New. Alton rushed for 222 yards in scoring three thouchdowns and leading the Trojans to a 20-I4 thriller over the Pirates. The line also helped greatly in ending the eleven year jinx the Pirates had on the Trojans. The second District 9AAA game saw University post an impressive win over the Stephenville Yellow jackets. Darryl Cox, the speedy UHS back, broke free for three touchdowns. What is so interesting? Reviewing the action taking place on the fielcl are, left to right: Mr. Fowler, Jimmy Erickson, Mark Fowler, Norman Oates, Elclred Wallis, James Golden Walter Grisham, Robert Reid, and Eldon Barthol. Here is how we'll do it. Mr. Fowler gives Eugene Williams some instructions. F. W. Ferrell and Bill Koch seem to be enioying the game. Trojan "B" Team, left to right, First Row: Mr. Lundgren, Mr. Conner. Second Row: Manager Carl Norcross, Claude Duke, Orval Kilgore, David Segrest, and Charles Jones. Third Row: Bobby Du Bose, Gary Schimschat, Jack Campbell, Roy Tidwell, ond Elwood Harris. Fourth Row: Garland Hill, Charles Wallis, Gary Brewer, Lee Mendenhall, Robert Dunn, Dan Perkins, Tommy Moore, and Sammy Thompson. "B" TEAM SEASON Opponents University "B" Cleburne "B" 28 O China Springs 0 26 Corsicana "B" l4 6 Catholic "B" 8 24 LaVega "B" 6 l2 Belton "B" O 35 Killeen "B" O 22 Mr. Conner, Gary Schimschat, Tommy Moore, and others observe action in the Killeen game. 0 7707301 244615466 Members of the Varsity Basketball Squad are, first row, left to right: Manager Jimmy Brewer DeWayne Hale, Wayne Barnett, J. D. Tipton, and Eldred Wallis. Second Row Johnny Dolezel, Bill Koch, Donald Meier, Ray Futch, and Pat Smithson. At the top IS Mr Fowler the coach. SEASON Opponents Temple 47 Bryon Tournament Bryan 47 Corsicana Tournament Corsicana 5l Temple Tournament Temple 39 Bryan 56 LaVega 46 Stephenville 53 Killeen 48 Corsicana 50 Cleburne 42 LaVego 46 Stephenville 36 Killeen 6l Cleburne 29 University 52 Consolation 30 Second Place 46 Third Place 50 45 5l 55 39 58 50 49 54 43 63 Troians rub the ball for good luck before a game. Clockwise, DeWayne Hale, Bill Koch Wayne Barnett, Herbert Knouff, Johnny Dolezel, J. D. Tipton, Pat Smithson, Elclred Wallis, Donnie Meier, and Ray Futch. This year the Troian Cagers had one of their best seasons while winning sixteen games and losing seven. The well balanced squad got off to a fast start by downing the Temple Wildcats 52-47 at the University High Gym. This set the stage for the rest of the Troian's season. Bill Koch scores against Bryan. Pat Smithson and Johnny Dolezel look on. Kay Futch steals a wild Bronco pass in the Bryan game. Bill Koch and Eldred Wallis rush down court to assist. The University squad had much success in tournaments this season. Troian roundballers placed in the following tournaments: Bryan, Corsicana and Temple. University finished second in the district behind Killeen. The Troians posted a 6-2 district record in doing this. Co-Captains for the Troians were Bill Koch and Wayne Barnett. The leading scorer for University was Ray Futch. Wayne Barnett dribbles down court for the Trojans. Wayne was one of the leading ball handlers on the team. WY: v 1 :wx- vn vi we L- 3 DSWH Z my A f iff 7 A 1- -. W.. .W.W..l.. NW. M . A .X N.. Q 4 x g,WxgM.-.N .X,.,.. ,rm .X NQEMQ-,f-f.155q,-N-NN. . .. X., kk. X g in A E . K Z vi i S Q , . .. ,ly A - 5 X--My QS if 'ifffigjfw' Aw.f5mfE.NNwiMWYQ.Mi., , A ' ff-WMI'W'2f'Y+M'mwWrWhMN1 ,,,.L.,L g .. V Q .,.,,s.,.. P, ..Q,,.:g,,g.,.-X W.giwlfk-wQlsfrix3gwff:ggwg.gp,M? I....f . ....,. . .... . ...EN Q . I . K X v Q. ,,,: I , 1- ---- W -Qk- M. hmmm. - - im, 5. .M:,?W.MM44X4Q:sA N ., .S R .X,. if . I f ,. . , 5 ggi? - 1-, -4" . ww " ,, .Q o 1 f' . wi - ' SWA.. ak, M-uw ff' X 'K KA l -4. Q52 sf l. X. z ffwuw' ' mms? t i " ,bww ? 5 .X 2 .3 M Q ali Members of the i959 Troian Baseball Squad are on the first row, left to right: Carl Floyd Robert Reid, Bud Spence, Gary Covey, Captain Larry Weeks, Orval Kilgore, Billy Black Orland Long, Chris Rodriquez. On the second row are Mr. Pearson, Larry Lancaster, Billy Case, Aubrey Richards, Lewis Davis, Claude Pane, Johnny Whiteside, Jerry Dyer, and Bob Moore. The l959 rendition of the University High Baseball Squad proved to be one of the most interesting in past years, since it saw the team play a number of close games against good teams, yet lose many of these. Many sophomores and juniors were on the team. In fact, there were eight starters that were either iuniors or sophomores. There were many exciting games played by the Trojans. Among these were games against Waco High, Cleburne, Killeen, LaVega, Waxahachie, Mart, and Stephenville. LEADING HITTERS BILLY BLACK ROBERT REID BUD SPENCE DE WAYNE HALE DeWayne Hale and Billy Black discuss matters before going to the plate. DeWayne made all-district for the Troians. l All Bud Spence and Chris Rodriquez talk things over on the pitcher 's mound at Trojan Field. Chris was one ofthe Troians top hurlers. Bud played shortstop. W5? 7 First Row, left to right: DeWayne Hale, Darryl Cox, Lloyd Schmedthorst, David Granger, David Segrest, Rex Whitaker, Dub Allen, Bret Benton, and Bobby Robertson. Second Row, left to right: Mr. Dierking, Jimmy Brewer, Freddy Randall, Ronald Freeman, Lee Mendenhall Norman Oates, Johnny Dolezel, Alton McNew, Bobby Powers, Clarence Garland, Gene Glockzin, and Johnny Norman. SEASON The i959 Troian Track Squad was o Cinderella team. In iust one yeor the squad rose from an obscure team to one of the strongest in all Central Texas. Featuring one of the strongest stable of distance runners in the state, the Trojans breezed to victories in the Cameron Relays and the District 9AAA Meet. One of the most thrilling performances of the year took place at the Cameron Relays where University won the meet by one half point over the Temple Wildcats. Temple was the only team that gave the Trojans any competition pointwise. Until the last few events of the meet the UHS Squad was trailing by a number of points. Then came three places in the 880 yard run for University. This put the Troians in contention for the win. With only one event left on the schedule, the Troians needed a first in the mile relay to win the meet. This race saw a UHS relay team virtually outrun a Waco High team on nothing but sheer determination to win the mile relay and the Cameron Relays. Starring in this meet were Johnny Dolezel in the 880 yard run and Dub Allen in the mile run. Members ofthe team that went to Regional in Dallas are, left to right, first row: Darryl Cox, Lloyd Schmedthorst, David Segrest, Dub Allen and Bret Benton. Second row: David Granger Rex Whitaker, Gene Glockzin, Johnny Dolezel, Clarence Garland, and Bobby Powers. All through the i959 season the Trojans displayed their capabilities in track. One ofthe many instances being a third place victory in the Killeen Relays. For the first time in University's history it won the District 9AAA Tracl-: Championship. The University Squad won a total of 52 points in winning the championshipl The closest teams in contention were Killeen and Cleburne with 36 poihts each. Trojan victories came in the mile run, mile relay, 880 yard run, pole vault, 440 yard dash, plus many other second and third places. Winning first for the Trojans were Dub Allen in the mile run, Johnny Dolezel in the 880 yard run, David Granger in the 440 yard dash, and Rex Whitaker in the pole vault. Dub set a new record in his event. Rex tied the record in his event. Dub Allen and Johnny Dolezel went to the State Meet where Dub won second in the mile, and Johnny won third in the 880. Members of the Trojan Cross Country Squad are, from left to right: Dub Allen, David Segrest, Lloyd Schmedthorst, bobby Powers, and Bret Benton. Also representing the UHS Track Team was the cross country squad. This squad brought many honors to University. The Troians placed in every meet they entered . The first meet of the season was the A and M Meet. In this meet University plcced second behind Midland. The next week they traveled to Fort Worth where they won first and Dub Allen set a new national record in the two mile race. Second place was captured by the squad while at the Brownwood Meet. At the State Meet in Austin, University won second place, thus establishing themselves as one of the strongest distance teams in the state. The members of the squad that placed second were Dub Allen, Bret Benton, Lloyd Schmedthorst, David Segrest, cnd Bobby Powers. The members of the second team were David Allen,4Johnny Norman, Claude Duke, Dick Schlenk, and Rex Whitaker. Dub Allen and Johnny Dolezel, the only members of the University Trock Team thot went to the State Meet, pose for a picture while working out. Dub won second in the mile ond Johnny won third in the 880. B X B -, ,X I Bret Benton , Bobby Powers, David Segrest, and Lloyd Schmedthorst get in condition for track meet in which the Trojan Squad is entered. Um 6 a an ! ix Q. SN If W. -M., - , ,.w,-, W-M,,,,6M if 'Wi sf 2 .Q 4 'a ' f- ,-My 1 WP 'ZW : QlE" . ' Q NX M, xx W - is Q Sm A. M f m-sew N. J Qi? In x x N: TX J QW Sw.. www? , E was Q Wm A aww: Mama!! First Row, left to right: Peggy Donaldson, Pat Niswanger, Jack Campbell, Rex Whitaker Earlene Reed, Charles Jones, Pat Smith, Bill Koch, Betty Van Arman, Darlene Carpenter Second Row: Bob Moore, Gay Fuller, Sandra Wood, Carol Chapman, Retta Baker Thorne Fuston,Julia Coleman, Frances Cargill, Bobby Robertson. Third Row: Henry Corenfreld Rosemary McClintock, Mary Holzman, Sue Washmon, La Nell Ceska, Jimmie Lu Hoard Almarie Martin, Frances Hancock, Sue McCormick, Kay Echols, Virginia Brown Fourth Row: Mr. McGee, sponsor, Richard Golenlco, Roy Tidwell, Elwood Harris, Wayne Bell Eldred Wallis, Norman Oates, Charles Wallis, Edward Kainer, Joe McCoy, Alton McNew OFFICERS Earlene Reed... ...... . . .. Bill Koch .... Pat Smith ...... Rex Whitaker .... Eldred Wallis .. .. AIMS tive body of the school. lt aims to: Establish higher and better ideals of conduct. . . . .Secretary ... . . Treasurer .. ...Historian Parliamentarian ......Fire Marshal The Student Council of University Senior High is a representa- Encourage students to participate in all activities. WILMER EARHART Train students to acquire experiences and efficiency in the CHARLES JONES President-Fall Semester PFCICWCS Of d6m0Cr0Cy- 1 ' 1 First Row, left to right: Arlis Guthrie, Faye Loosier, Clara Sue Everett, Pat Niswanger, Wayne Barnett, Brenda Rentz, Earlene Reed, Mary Birkes,Ann Quick. Second Row: Thorne Fuston, Gay Paul, Delores Barnes, Mary Glenn, Darlene Carpenter, Jackie Drum Donna Herbelin, Earnestine Guthrie. Third Row: Ann Tanner, Shirley Yarbrough, Linda Rentz, Nancy Curtis, Margaret Lopez, Ruby Courtney, Ann Cobb, Sherry Moak, Sherry Shade, Retta Baker. Fourth Row: Delores Hale, Brenda Ballew, Mary Jenson, Eleanor Tulloch, Sherry Sams, Alice Williams, Pat Greaves, Nancylu Frosch, Georgie Eddlemun Mrs. Hinton, sponsor. Ruby Courtney. . . Pat Niswanger. .. Brenda Rentz ..... Thorne Fuston .... Mary Birkes ...... Ernestine Guthrie Earlene Reed .... Retta Baker .... Clara Sue Everett .... Mary Ellen Jenson... ....Vice-President lst . . ..... Vice-President 2nd Secretary lst Secretary 2nd Treasurer lst Treasurer 2nd Historian lst Historian 2nd . Reporter lst . . . Reporter 2nd OOSIER To promote leadership, sportsmanship, scholarship, and service. BRENDA BALLEW First Semester ' Wane S ' First Row, left to right: Carolyn Matthews, Vonciel Bradford, Gloria Thorne, Delores Hale, John Mauldin, Ann Tanner, Sally Hardin,Frances Hancock, Frances Tusa. Second Row: Miss Moncrief, sponsor, Retta Baker, Florane Randall, Betty Newsom, Margaret Lopez, Mary Ellen Jensen, Carol Scott, Sherry Shade, Pat Greaves, Charles Jones. Third Row: Judy Rinewalt, Thorne Fuston, Claude Mostyn, Robert Dunn, Pat Smithson, Norman Oates, David Segrest, Edward Kainer, Joe Farley. OFFICERS Gloria Thorne ..... .......... .... V i ce President Ann Tanner ..... ........ S ecretary John Mauldin . . ..... Treasurer AIMS Our chief aims are to be able to benefit the school by any service we can perform and to promote good scholarship. A member must be of good character and a good leader as well as good in scholarship stand DELORES HALE ing- President 7,14 First Row, left to right: Diane Stone, JoAnn Harris, Judy LeFevre, Kay Barefoot, Linda Guerin, Sharon Ritchie, Judy Vaughn. Second Row: Marilyn Mertz, Sheri Fox, Sue Hartsell, Martha Fields, Virginia Brown, Mary Rosas, Lydia Martinez, Nancy Fikes, Annette Kift. Third Row: Patsy Philley, Lowell Gene Thomas, Nancy Faubion, Marilyn Chandler, Ma rgaret Yates, Gay Fuller, Mary Reyes, Miss Johnson, sponsor. Fourth Row: Margaret Breeland, Mary Burns, Sandra Gummelt, Diane Winder, Rose Ann Denny, Doris Smith. OFFICERS Lydia Martinez ...... ........ . . . Vice-President Sandra Gummelt ..... ....... S ecretary Diane Winder ...... ..... . .Treasurer Gay Fuller ........... ........ H istorian Annu Mae Cdmpbell . . . .... Porliamentqriqn Vlfgind Brown ..... ,,,,, , Repgrfer AIMS To promote a growing appreciation of the joys and satisfaction of homemaking. To emphasize the importance of worthy home membership. To encourage democracy in home and community life for all. To promote international good will. To foster the development of creative leadership in home and community life To provide wholesome individual ahd group recreation. ANNETTE KIFF President 7az'aze 'feczcieza First Row, left to right: Thorne Fuston, Carolyn Matthews, Omie Mc New, Barbara Courtney. Second Row: Sandra Dekle, Gay Fuller, Vonciel Bradford, Beverly Brummett, La Nell Ceska, Shela Wheelis. Third Row: Royce Thornal, Sue Washmon, Judy Rinewolt, Mary Ellen Jenson, Margaret Lopez, Judy Boehme, Freclna Horne, Mr. Johnson, sponsor. OFFICERS Judy Boehme .... ............ .... V i ce-President Thorne Fuston .... ...... S ecretary Fredna Horne .... .... T reosurer AIMS To learn about the teaching profession, its opportunities, respon- sibilities and its important role in our democracy. To explore our own interest and abilities in relation to the various fields of teaching. To cultivate in ourselves the qualities of personality, character, and leadership which are essential in good teachers. To learn how and where teachers receive their training, the cost, scholarships available, number of years required, certification requirements LAPNEES CESKA and standards. To study the lives and the influence of great teachers. rest en Tom! l l i 3 E 5 5 . First Row, left to right: Barbara Seyler, Vonciel Bradford, Beverly Smith, Sandra Delcle, Billy Catchings, Shelia Wheelis, Wilde Propst, Elizabeth Walls. Second Row: Sharon Duncan, Bettye Newsom, Charlotte Gibson, Billie Sims, Betty Calloway, Helen Griffin, Juanita Lonclenberg, Cheryl Lumpkin, Kay Eclcles, Martha Roby. Third Row: Mrs. Orr, sponsor, Joe Black, Richard Lehmann, Kenny O'Brien, Deon Martin, Betty Moore, Don Nunn, Buddy Shaw, Tim Curbo, Joe McCoy,Eldred Wallis, Evelyn Stayley. OFFICERS Vonciel Bradford .... ..... .... V i ce-President Billy Catchings .... ....... S ecretory Sandra Dekle .... ...... T reasurer BEVERLY SMITH President 776 First Row, left to right: Mazie Coffee, Patsy Dennard, Kay Burt, Francis Pavilka, Sue Meals, Mary Sims Glenda Pledger, Patsy Garren, Gloria Thorne, Second Row: Mr. Stevens, sponsor, Rodney Dorsit, Jerry Philley, Charles Hollinsworth, Wayne Beckham, Kenneth Felty, Billy Powitzky, James Saunders, Gaylon Snipes. Third Row: Richard Iliff, Floyd Hall, Doyce Mitchell, Fred Randall, Mike Howard, Troy Denial Richard Bellamy, James Hargrove, Dennis Ridwell. KENNETH FELTY President OFFICERS Gaylon Snipes. . . ......... . . . Vice President Sue Hudgens. . . .... Secretary Gloria Thorne .... . . .Treasurer Kay Burt ...... ....... R eporter Troy Daniel .... ....... . . . Sgt.-at-arms AIMS To unite in a common bond students in vocational industrial classes in the various high schools of' Texas. To provide opportunities for student members to develop leader- ship through participation in worthwhile educational, social, recreational, and vocational activities. To develop through action the ability of the club members to plan together, organize and carry out worthy club activities. To promote high standards of workmanship, scholarship, trade ethics, and safety. To create among students, faculty members, patrons ofthe school and persons in business and industry a sincere interest in, and esteem for vocational industrial education. ata as Q S X . ss- .z x in . :fit jf First Row, left to right: Wayne Malone, Larry Blackburn, Billy Reinke, Roy Rogers, Mr. Marsh, sponsor. Second Row: Wallace Brogden, Bobby Dokins, Floyd Dekle, James Phillips, Larry Lancaster. Third Row: Tommy Armstrong, Dwain McLemore, Larry Stahr, Lane Price. Fourth Row: John Lusk, Bobby Lee, Calvin Whitesides, Fred Quintinella, Jimmy Tull. OFFICERS Fred Quintanilla ..... .... V ice President James Goodnight .... .......... S ecretary Gerald Grisham .... .... P rogram Chairmen Bobby Lee AIM To build better drivers CALVIN WHITESIDES President Zyaeefczii 66666 First Row, left to right: Bob Moore, Bud Spence, Barry Brummett, Chris Rodriquez, Eldon Barthol, Billy Black, Roy Baldriclge. Second Row: Charles Anderson, Carl Norcross, Billy Easter, Wayne Bell, Walter Grisham, Orval Kilgore, Wayne Nelson. Third Row: William Fields, Pat Horton, Jerry Dyer, Wayne Doty, Nathan Brown, Pete Martin, Gene Butler, Bobby Welsh, Mr. Pearson, sponsor. OF F I C ERS Secretary- Treasurer ............ Bud Spence AIM Preparation of boys for varsity baseball team. CHRIS RODRIQUEZ President WaZZeq5aZZ mm First Row, left to right: Shirley Yarbrough, Earlene Reed, Alice Williams, Brenda Ballew, Faye Loosier, Clara Sue Everett. Second Row: Eleanor Tulloch, Ruby Courtney, Pat Greaves, Nancylu Frosch, Mary Birkes, Pat Niswanger. Third Row: Mrs. Hinton, sponsor, Brenda Rentz, manager, Linda Rentz, Omie McNew, Mary Glenn. AIM To participate in interscholastic volleyball games and in District meet. mt il' f .xy ' li FAYE LOOSIER Captain 'Zvi .. GARY SC HIMSC HAT President First Row, left to right: James Golden, Douglas Dolehite, Bruce Adams, Charles Jones, Mr. Conner, sponsor. Second Row: Gary Schimschat, Randall Warren, Royce Thornol, J. D. Tipton,Roy Tidwell. Third Row: Garland Hill, Charles Wallace, Robert Dunn, Dan Perkins,Tommy Nloore, Sammy Thompson . OFFICERS Charles Wallace .... .......... .... V i ce-President Charles Jones. . . ..... Secretary 5 1 Q gi jzltugl' T '11 . Y , ff L R ll 7214 First Row, left to right: Gerald Cobb, Claude Duke, Norman Cooey, Johnny Sharleski, Bobby Dubose, Franklin May. Second Row: Mr.White,sponsor,Gary Brewer, Ronnie Webb, James Williford, Gary Dempsey. OFFICERS Gerald Cobb... .......... Vice President Franklin May. .... Secretory Gflfy Brewer. - ..... Treasurer Norman Cooey .... . . . Reporter Claude Duke.. ..... ... Sentinel AIMS To develop agricultural leadership, cooperation, and citizenship. MOTTO Learning to do Doing to earn Earning to live Living to serve. BOBBY D UBOSE President eammwzammaew First Row, left to right: Noel Cherry, John Mauldin, Mrs. Manka, sponsor, E. C. King, Ronnie Smith, Phillip Howard. Second Row: Wayland Burke, Claude Mostyn, Jimmy Brewer, Jerry Dowdle, Jim Cauley. OFFICERS Jimmy Brewer. . . .... Vice-President E. C. King ..... ....... S ecretary AIM Preparation for use of leisure time in adult life. WAYLA ND BURKE President edezmaa '4 x , Kai ,... First Row, left to right: Eugene Williams, Bobby Powers, Bob More, Lloyd Schmedihorst, David Segrest, Bud Spence, Dub Allen, Freddie Miller. Second Row: Mr. Fowler, sponsor, Joe Black, DeWayne Hale Johnny Dolzel, Bill Koch, Johnny Whiteside, Robert Reed, Billy Brown, Bubba Davis, Bobby Robertson. Third Row: Norman Oates, Pat Smithson, Eldred Wallis, Zane Abbot, Walter Grisham, Tommy Swanner Jimmy Erickson, Alton McNew, Wayne Barnett, Rex Whittaker. OFFICERS Bill Koch .... ........ .... V i ce-President Dub Allen. .. ....... Secretary BUBBA DAVIS President I -Lfcffzazq Q5 First Row, left to right: Betty Van Arman, Sandra Wood, Dixie Anderson, Delores Russell. Second Row: Diane Langston, Violet Holmes, Sharon Robinson, Sheron Stough, Florence Randall. Third Row: Gloria Fletcher, Sharon Janeway, Delores Saffle, Valery Stegmoller, Nancy Lyon. Fourth Row: Leon Eason, Lester Ivy, Mrs. Mitchell, James Tippie, Bobby Stone. OFFICERS V Betty Van Arman. . ........... ..... V ice-President Violet Holmes .... ........ S ecretary Gloria Fletcher .... ....... R eporter ELVA OWEN DELORES SAFFLE President-First Semester President-Second Semester Wanda 7101246 Staff First Row, left to right: Earlene Reed, Sherry Sams, Retta Baker, Jackie Drum, Arlis Guthrie. Second Row: Rex Whitaker, Beverly Brummette, Charles Jones, Sue McCormack, Eleanor Tulloch, Tommy West. Third Row: Alice Williams, Ann Quick, Gloria Fletcher, Brenda Rentz, Mary Glenn, Judy Rinewalt. Fourth Row: Wilmer Earhart, Eldred Wallis, Mrs. Hackett, Sponsor. STAFF Business Manager ..... ............... A rlis Guthrie Circulation Manager ................... Earlene Reed Photographers ........... Eldred Wallis, Charles Jones Reporters. . .Tommy West, Sherry Sams, Alice Williams, Sue McCormack, Brenda Rentz, Mary Glenn, Eleanor Tulloch, Beverly Brummett, Judy Rinewalt, Jackie Drum, Gloria Fletcher, Rex Whitaker, Ann Quick. AIM To produce the school newspaper, THE WOODEN HORSE WILMER EARHART RETTA BAKER C0-Editor, First Semester Editor, Second Semester cwiafzacbal First Row, left to right: Gay Fuller, Beverly Smith, Martha Raby, Shelia Wheelis. Second Row: Roger Wood, Tim Curbo, Rose Ann Denny, Dixie Anderson, Mrs. Scott, sponsor . TIM CURBO President OFFICERS Roger Wood ...... . . .Vice-President Beverly Smith ..... .... S ec. Treasurer Dixie Anderson. . . ....... Reporters Gay Fuller .... AIMS To encourage among the membeis an interesiin and appreciation of the civilization, language, literature, and art of Ancient Greece and Rome, and try to give them some understanding of debt of our culture to that of classical antiquity. ' ,-4154 First Row, left to right: Quentin Haug, Douglas Kattner, Alvis Wilhite, Andrew Kurgar, Mr. Brooks, sponsor. Second Row: Jimmy Fogal, Epifiano Tristan, Edward Zettler, Clarence Ling, Jerry Brock, Billy Copeland. Third Row: Cecil Alewine, Glen Hubert, Benny Franklin, Jake Key, Wayne Barnett, Fourth Row: Bert Cargill, Dee Snider, Joe Rice, Jim Gardner, James Smith, Kenneth Calloway. OFFICERS Bert Cargill .................... Vice- President Bi I ly Copeland .... .... S ecretary-Treasurer 7 i ii 'gig IS li Q JERRY BROCK :-5,5 fa , . .gig B I, I . 'rn President Keg First Row, left to right: Mr. Lundgren, sponsor, Rex Whitaker, Donald Meier, Bill Killeen, Henry Corenfield Tommy Kinsey. Second Row: Bill Koch, Bill Holder, Allen Dickey, Bubba Davis, Alton McNew, Noel Portwood. Third Row: Ray Cockrell, Gary Covey, Bobby Robertson, Billy Brown, Eugene Williams Robert Reed, Eugene Corenfield, Fourth Row: Jack Campbell, Tommy Parker, Joe Farley, Dan Perkins, Lee Mendenhall Norman Oates, Walter Grisham, DeWayne Hale, Edward Kainer. HENRY CORENFI ELD President OFFICERS Bobby Robertson ............. . . .Vice- President Donald Meier .... ....... S ecretary Bill Killeen .... ................... T reasurer Tommy Kinsey. .. .............. Parliamentarian Rex Whitaker .... . . . Regional Lieutenant Governor Bill Koch ...... ............ Bo ard of Directors Alton Mc New Noel Portwood Bill Holder Allen Dickey AIMS To develop initiative and leadership. To provide experience in living and working together. To serve the school and community. To prepare for useful citizenship. To give primacy to the human and spiritual, rather than the material values of life. mme Scyma First Row, left to right: Sally Hardin, Mary Ann Crouse, Janet Hein, Betty Taub, Grace Jiminez, Carolyn Matthews. Second Row: Carmen Reyes, Alice Martinez, Carol Mathis, Julio Coleman, Kathy Fall, Sandy Staggers, Fran Tusa. Third Row: Jo Carol Smith, Dorothy Polster, Harriet Rockett, Frances Kunkel, Nancy Koon, Tommie Morris, Pat Smith, Frances Hancock, Bettie Clapper. Fourth Row: Carolyn Cotten, Judy Rinewalt, Frances Cargill, Sue Washmon, Sue McCormack, LaNell Ceska, Judy Boehme, Fredna Horne, Almarie Martin, Carol Scott, Mrs. Baggett, sponsor. OFFICERS Betty Taub ....... ........ Sandy Stagg ers . Janet Hein .... Tommie Morris. Carolyn Cotton... Sue McCormack. . . Judy Rinewalt .... AIM .Vice- President lst Term Vice-President 2nd Term .. . . .Secretary lst Term ... . .Secretary 2nd Term ......Treasurer lst Term . . . . .Treasurer 2nd Term ............Rep0r1'er To serve the school and the community to their best interests MARY ANN CROUSE FRANCES CARGILL President-First Semester President Second Semester Spam' Smgf First Row left to right: Brenda Rentz, Janet Blair, Arlis Guthrie, Julia Coleman Faye Loosier Ann Quick Mary Glenn. Second Row: Nancylu Frosch, Sherry Sams, Eleanor Tulloch Beverly Brummett Charles Jones, Alice Williams, Pat Greaves, Georgie Eddleman , Brenda Ballew Third Row Marvin Matthys, Jack Campbell, Mrs. Hackett, sponsor, Jerry Dyer Donnie Meier Rex Whitaker, Joe McCoy, Eldred Wallis, Aubrey Richards, Roy Baldridge. STAFF Beverly Brummett .... .......... S enior Class Editor Julia Coleman ................. Junior Class Editor Rex Whitaker. . Brenda Ballew. Faye Loosier Joe McCoy ................ Sophomore Class Editor SPECIAL ASSIGNMENTS ..............Sports Editor Eleanor Tulloch .... . . . Mary Glenn Charles Jones Donald Meier Eldred Wallis. . Marvin Matthys Jack Campbell Jerry Dyer F. W. Ferrell Roy Baldridge Nancylu Frosch Alice Williams Brenda Rentz STAFF WORKERS ..........-. Club Editors .Advertising Staff . . Photographers Georgie Eddleman Mary Ellen Jenson Arlis Guthrie Sherry Sams Janet Blair Ann Quick Gay Fuller AUBREY RICHARDS PAT GREAVES Editor Associate Editor We would like to express our sincere appreciation to the members of the Spirit of '60 staff. It was through their fine co-operation and hard work that this annual was made possible. We count it a privilege to have served under the guidance of our sponsor, Mrs. Betty Hackett. We hope you, the student body of U. H. S., will enioy this year's annual as much as we enjoyed putting it together. Aubrey and Pat 7mc6 First Row, left to right: David Allen, Lloyd Schmedthorst, Johnny Dolezel, Dub Allen, Richard Schlenk David Segrest, Mr. Dierking, sponsor. Second Row: Jay Macy, Johnny Norman, Zane Abbott, Norman Oates, Darwin Little, Marvin I-laralson, Raymond Machalicek. OFFICERS Johnny Dolezel .............. .... V ice-President Lloyd Schmedthorst ..... ....... S ecretary AIMS To study the advantages of participating in Track to the overall athletic program--also to discuss the basic fundamentals ofall running and field events. D UB ALLE N President I fudge First Row, left to right: Judy McLemore, Doris Howard, Beverly Brummett, Barbara Courtney, Marie Howard. Second Row: David Londenberg, Maurice Dunn, Donald Abbe, Charles Gonzales, Elmer Butler. Third Row: Leonard Holle, Forrest Jenson, Tommy Bush, Pat Smithson, Johnny Whiteside. Fourth Row: Curtis Wlechering, Rex Hampton, Mr. Hannah, sponsor. OFFICERS Pat Smithson ..... ............... V ice-President Doris Howard ...... ....... S ecretary David Londenberg. . . ......... Treasurer Tommy Bush ....... .... S ergeant-at-arms ,Q-vu. ' 1 ., ,sth . b. 4 - , . 1 BEVERLY BRUMMETT President 644 Flrsf Row left to rnghf Earlene Reed Faye Loosuer. Second Row Ann Quick Pot Nnswcznger Thurd Row Retro Boker Alice Williams Fourth Row auf: 5 Q f 'x-,if J Our team will fight, fight, fight, yell The Trojan Cheerleaders always produced excited cheerleaders at the annual bonfire. interesting and unpredictable skits. Didn't they Retta? Eieezimdew 7a z-indian :" X4 l mM"lTwsQQ s Cheerleaders take time to pose for snap Gosh! That fire was sure hot! shot at a home game Dream? First Row, left to right: Paul Henderson, Ronnie McKenzie, Ben Brown, Marilyn Woshmon, Carl Floyd, Nancy Curtis, Brett Benton. Second Row: Billy West, Herbert Brenner, Johnny Brisby, Bobby Powers, Mick McClintock, Jimmy Burdette, Tommy West,Janet Blair. OFFICERS Ben Brown .... ............. V ice President Tommy West .... ....... S ecretory ...........Treasurer Janet Blair. . . . . . Jimmy Burdette.... ...............Director Brett Benton . . . . . . . .Master of Ceremonies AIM The purpose of this club is to provide a dance-bond for school functions, to provide troiningin dance music for interested students. JOHNNY BRISBY President i sosav POWERS Drum Mcior SALLY HARDIN BETTY TAUB Mciorette Mc iorefte X ANN COBB DONNA HERBELIN TOMMIE MORRIS Maioretfe Maiorette Mcjorefte gow! First Row, left to right: Janet Blair, Ann Cobb, Donna Herbelin, QE-D Brown, Jannetta Wallace, Sally Hardin. Second Row: Betty Taub, Marilyn Washmon, Carol Scott, Fran Tusa, Tommy West, Bill Widner, Roy Tidwell, Mary Glenn, Clara Sue Everett, Shirley Yarbrough, Rosemary McClintock, Orval Kilgore, Freddie Jennings, Sandra Dekle. Third Row: Richard Schlenk, Gary Covey, Almarie Martin, Beverly Early, Jimmy Burdett, Mike McClintock, Tom Smith, Ernest Seger, Tommy Parker, Johnny Brisby, Bobby Romer, Herbert Brenner, Bob Moore, Ronnie McKenzie. Fourth Row: Linda Rentz, Tommie Morris, Helen Griffin, Jimmylu Hoard, Jackie Weeks, John Andrews, Raymond Teske, Arthur Brown, Bobby Powers, Marvin Harilson, Carl Floyd, Tony Marrs, Nancy Curtis. Standing: Elwood Harris, Mr. Day, sponsor, Mr. Griffin, Mr. McGee, Betty Newsom, Peggy Donaldson, Sharon Robinson, Brett Benton, Billy West, Pete Martin. Nancy Curtis ..... Marilyn Washmon. Ben Brown ....... Fran Tusa .... Carl Floyd ..... Bobby Powers .... Sally Hardin. . Ann Cobb Betty Taub Donna Herbelin Tommie Morris OFFICERS Georgia Glidewell ..... Peggy Donaldson Mr. Day ......... Vice-President . . . . .Secretary . . . . Treasurer . . . . . . Reporter . . Photographer . . . Drum Maior . . . Maiorettes Banner Bearers . . . .Director BRETT BENTO N President Dance Enema! Q First Row, left to right: Billy West, Paul Henderson, Ronnie McKenzie, Ben Brown, Vidal DeLeon Marilyn Washmon, Carl Floyd, Nancy Curtis, Brett Benton. Second Row: Herbert Brenner Johnny Brisby, Bobby Romer, Tommy West, Jimmy Burdett, Bobby Powers, Ernest Seger, Janet Blair Third Row: Raymond Teske, Charles Nlathis, John Andrews, Arthur Brown, Mike McClintock. Johnny Brisby Ben Brown .... Tommy West .... Janet Blair ....... OFFICERS Jimmy Burdette ...,. ........ Brett Benton .... . Master Vice-President .... .Secretary . . . . . Treasurer .... . Director of Ceremonies 5494 First Row, left to right: David Allen, Jack Campbell, Johnny Whiteside, Bobby Robertson, Dub Allen Second Row: Bubba Davis, Donald Abbe, Garland Hill, Bert Cargill, Joe McCoy, Joe Farley, David Pryor. g i y 5 ji 'mf 7 if il! i 7 l in El "QI,- Q 1,1-16393 - B924 ' 7x I 'irq i . 5 ll 1 X MRS. ORR " " ' Sponsor Seam 64m First Row, left to right: Shela Wheelis, Sandy Staggers, Nancy Koon, Sharon Duncan, Evelyn Stailey, Barbara Seyler, Vonciel Bradford, Elizabeth Walls, Sherry Shade, Beverly Smith, Linda Geurin, Sue Hartsell, Judy McLemore, Lydia Martinez, Cheryl Lumpkin, Alice Martinez, Barbara Courtney, Mrs. Orr, sponsor. Second Row: Mr. Griffin, Sharon Ritchie, Dorothy Green, Kathy Fall, Martha Raby, Nancy Faubion, Evelyn Diehl, Mary Jenson, Delores Hale, Wilda Propst, Frances Cargill, Nancy Lyon, Kay Eckles, Charlotte Gibson, Delores Russell, Mr. McGee. Third Row: Betty Calloway, Sherry Moak, Pat Niswanger, Fredna Horne, LaNell Ceska, Judy Boehme, Kay Ryno, Betty Clapper, Georgie Eddleman, Juanitta Londenberg, Beverly Brummett, Ruby Courtney, Darlene Carpenter, Alice Williams, Ann Tanner, Faye Loosier, Eleanor Tulloch, Betty Lipsey, Nancylu Frosch. Fourth Row: Johnny Whiteside, Jack Campbell, Leonard Holle, Roy Baldridge, Joe Black, Billy Catchings, David Hull, John Mauldin, Tim Curbo, David Allen, Buddy Shaw, Freddie Miller, Bill Holder, William Fields, Jay Nlacy, Jerry Tull. Fifth Row: Jack Pitcher, Kenny O'Brien, Bobby Robertson, Darvin Little, Joe Farley, Earl Ellis, Dean Martin, Lee Mendenhall, Marvin Matthys, Joe McCoy, Bert Cargill, Bubba Davis, Garland Hill, Donald Abbe, David Pryor, Joe Rice, Don Nunn, Charles Wallis, Royce Thornal, Sammy Thompson, David Abbe, Dub Allen. OFFICERS Joe Farley .... .... V ice-President Ann Tanner. . . ...... Secretaries Delores Hale John Mauldin ..... ...... T reasurer Sergeant-at-arms. . . .... Bubba Davis DUB ALLEN President 60264 ' glee cf, Abisaw Y 3 cf' s UO if First Row. left to right: Bobby Robertson, beau, Sandy Staggers. Second Row: Judy McLemore, Elizabeth Walls, Linda Geurin, Sue Hartsell, Vonciel Bradford, Sharon Ritchie, Shela Wheelis, Alice Martinez, Kathy Fall, Mrs. Orr, sponsor. Third Row: Nancy Koon, Nancy Faubion, Evelyn Diehl, Dorothy Green, Kay Eckles, Betty Calloway, Beverly Smith, Wilda Propst, Barbara Seyler, Martha Raby, Lydia Martinez, Darlene Carpenter. Fourth Row: LaNell Ceska, Sherry Moak, Sharon Duncan, Barbara Courtney, Cheryl Lumpkin, Ann Tanner, Delores Russell, Delores Hale, Nancylu Frosch, Nancy Lyon, Faye Loosier, Charlotte Gibson, Judy Boehme, Fifth Row: Betty Clapper, Georgie Eddleman, Sherry Shade, Beverly Brummett, Kay Ryno, Evelyn Stailey, Ruby Courtney, Alice Williams, Frances Cargill, Mary Jenson, Fredna Horne, Eleanor Tulloch, Betty Lipsey, Juanita Londenberg. AIMS To provide enioyable and worthwhile musical experiences for young women. To develop a leisure time activity. To learn techniques of public performance. To learn the value of cooperative group effort. C -WM'4IW em' Qfee ew es T "' if "' Ct "" - iv ff Fl if 6 i 55 6 "' " .L. "' Q., L... "' L.. 'meet !First Row, left to right: Sandy Staggers, Sweetheart, David Allen, William Fields, Jack Pitcher, Dub Allen, Joe Black, Billy Catchings, Bobby Robertson, David Hull. Second Row: Roy Baldridge, Kenny O'Brien, Joe McCoy, Leonard Holle, Johnny Whiteside, John Mauldin, Buddy Shaw, Tim Curbo, David Abbe. Third Row: Royce Thornal, Charles Wallis, Dean Martin, Bert Cargill, Jack Campbell, Bubba Davis, Don Nunn,David Pryor, Bill Holder, Jay Macy. Fourth Row: Darvin Little, Joe Farley, Donald Abbe, Earl Ellis, Marvin Matthys, Garland Hill, Lee Mendenhall, Joe Rice, Sammy Thompson, Jerry Tull, Freddie Miller. 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