W W Samuell High School - Torch Yearbook (Dallas, TX)

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W I fir' Q I I F' wif , um 15358 sw . f5'f+,,,,,,5-f . fijbixx I V gm ,X 1 ,H ,,,J', .,.f: I -N :ga J A THE TORCH I 95 8 PUBLISHED BY THE STUDENT BODY W. W. SAIVIUELL HIGH SCHOOL DALLAS, TEXAS VOLUME II Because of his devotion to the high ideals of scholarship and sportsmanship . . . Because of his work in organizing this great school . . . Be- cause of the fine examples he has set before us . . . Because ot his zeal to inspire us to a higher plane of citizenship, this 1958 TORCH is respectfully dedicated to our principal and friend, W. O. PIPES. f .,A., WY? I ry FOREWORD W. W. Samuell High School stands as a center ot learning in our com- munity. Although only one class has graduated from this school to take their places in colleges or in vocations, the record ot achievements which they have left behind and the measure of success which has come to them indicates that W. W. Samuell High School is and will be an institution of learning which any community might be proud to call its own. May we have done our best to achieve much toward our goal to make our school one of the finest. May you ever recall with pleasure the story ot this i957-58 school year at W. W. Samuell High School. Glenda Vanderworth Editor-in-Chief ALMA MATER Hail, Samuel! High! Hail, Samuel! High! This song to thee we sing We pledge to thee our loyalty As loud our praises ring For always to the Gold and Blue Our hearts will still be true As fighting Spartans we will cry Our love for Samuel! High FIGHT SONG Fight, Spartans, right down the field Until we score that victory FIGHT! FIGHT! Fight, Spartans, and never yield Our pledge of pride and loyalty RAH! RAH! To our colors of Gold and Blue We ever shall be true Go, Spartans, go Go crashing through that line And we will cheer you all the time! CONTENTS Qi H10 sv .gf-ziggy. 0 gg, '4VQ4 KN 'VS DRC 04' OALLPQ Q "Am" 6, ex -,A 5 ow UD m ' i ! G Z -BSL' Q G Administration Campus Views Favorites Activities Drganizations Athletics Classes I N I S T R A T ml EO ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF FRONT. Dr. E. D. Walker, Dr. W. T. White, Dr. F. L. Williams. BACK: Mr. T. W Browne, Mr. Don E. Matthews, Mr. R. H. McKay. SCHOOL BOARD LEFT TO RIGHT: Mr. Rouse Howell, Mr. R. B. Gilmore, Mr. W. A. Blair, Dr. W. T. White, Dr. Edwin L. Rippy, president, Mrs. Tracy Rutherford, vice president, Mr. F. E. Spafford, Mr. R. L. Dillard, Mrs. V. D. Ingram, Mr. Van Lamm. W. O. PIPES, principal ADMINISTRATIVE PERSCNNEL PAUL MATTHEWS Assistant Principal ALICE PICKENS PAULINE JAMES Senior Counselor Dean KATHERINE YANCY NEVA MULLER KATHLEEN CARDEN JILL BIERHALTER Secretary to Principal Nurse Attendance Clerks FACU LTY MR. JOHN AKIN EARL H. BEILAND J. W. BLACK FRANCES BRADFORD Malhemafics Mathematics Science, Coach Home Economics L A ,gl-, , 1 . ,.,,. I F l f' A l l I IB ,. HENRY BRAHINSKY A. c. BURNETT Rose CALLAHAN Orchestra R.O.T.C. l-lisTory DVVAIN CLEERE CLEMENTS CROOK EUNICE DOLSON GLENDON DRAKE General Metal Chorus English General Wood FACU LTY BARBARA ELAM ANN EUBANKS HULENE FLOWERS EVA D. GRIFFIN Typing, Shorthand World History Smdy Hall Home Economics E I E! ta WM. J. GROVE W. R. HALL PAUL HARRIS Gen. Electric I. C. T. Art Z9 2 2 BETTY HIGGINS WM. W. JOHNSON BETTY KINDLE RICHARD LADD Physical Education History English Biology FACU LTY MARY B. LARSON JAMES LAWLESS MARY LEE LOVING B. J. MCCLANAHAN Study Hall History, Coach Speech Accounting, Coach WM. E. MCELROY KATHLEEN McGAHA VIRGIL H. MATTINGLY Mathematics Physical Education Mathematics ELIZABETH MITCHELL JAMES E. MITCHELL J. E. MOORE OLGA C- MURLEY English Physical Education Distributive Education EHQIISI1 I3 FACLI LTY DORIS NORTHCUTT ROVVENA PASCHALL INEZ E. PALM JENNIE W. PETERS Typing Mathematics English, Spanish Science HAZEL J. CORCORAN RIX RIDLEY INA ROBERTS D. C. ROGERS Assistant Librarian History Librarian Mechanical Drawing LOIS ROSSON JIMMIE V. SADLER VELMA S. SCOTT JOHN H. SHAVER Spanish English, History Commercial Mathematics, Coach I4 FACU LTY JASMINE SMOOT WM. G. STEVENSON ROBERT C. STOKES R. W. THOMPSON Latin History, Annual English Drivers Education Coach LYLA J. TISDALE JANE TROLLINGER IMA JEAN VINING DAVID WAGNON Mathematics Study Hall English, Journalism Science CLIFF SYMONDS VIVIAN W. WILSON WAYMON WILSON J. H. YOUNG English, Band English Mathematics, Coach History I5 '35 Ek CAMPUS VIEWS Main Entrance East Wing in Entrance to Auditorium CAMPUS VIEWS Auditorium X . Music Wing Cafeteria and Shops Wing I7 sm i Mr. Wagnon, Mr. Symonds, Mr. Ladd, and Mr. Crook harmonize at the faculty Christmas party. At the monthly faculty meetings, plans are made for the ensuing weeks. Miss Higgins and Miss McGaha dance C?D for the Christmas festivities. FACULTY ACTIVITIES No time for conversation in this phase of the faculty party. sv Time-out from grading for a "dead day" luncheon. I 8 I FACULTY AUTOGRAPHS CUSTODIANS l i FIRST ROW: D. T. Thompson, J. H, Birdsong, H. J. Collier, Head Custodian W. T. Jones. SECOND ROW: John Patridge, I. L. Martin, John Hamm, J. C. Griffith. REAR: R. L. Montgomery. Mattie Capps, Clovis Clay, Opal Truitt, Mrs. Morgan, Annie Shelby, Ruth Grant, Julia Sanders, Jeffie Heddin, Okla Murry, Virginia Galington. REAR: Mrs. Margie Green, Dietitian. , W, Q Y L 2 ,A lr 4' um. ' v A if - ag a X 4- ' ' if , my 1. r wi Ar W . X M21 ,,f., ,,,m,k 4 qw 'Vik . f w - awk, x 33 , ,, .MM.L,,.,,,,,,,mig2 ' 232 9, if hm Kuuners-Zip Melba jardau jack J-larris Michael Krunfly 4 Patsy Zlquay W .,.W.., W. pk' A, ggi y, W X. am J 1 w. 5 ,Q Q 'X 4, 1 4 - my , Lpga ,EJ x , ff ' g Ii ' 'V A 5 f. 4 :Q - JA . 'kr 1 I .I ,A W, i- K ' ' Y ,fill I W , Z. sf? 'K 1 'r N pf gfwxlvs , ,. , Q V Y , 1 'L YZ 'Q 'f ,N . 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The A Cappella Choir, led by Mr. Crook, sings "Bless This Home." DEDICATION OF SAMUELL HIGH Refreshments of cookies and punch were served at Open House. Mr. W. O. Pipes and Mr. Dan Thompson, principal of Bryan Adams High School, converse during refreshments. Mr. Grove explains some electric shop equipment to interested patrons 35 FOOTBALL QU EEN CORONATIO QUEEN MARTHA SPENCER The football team nominated tive girls as candidates tor football queen. By pop- ular vote ot the student body, the queen was chosen. The coronation took place during halftime ot the Highland Park-Samuell game, November 8, 1957. Princesses and escorts, LEFT TO RIGHT: Sabina Bennett and Coy Henderson, Rona Ellis and Buddy Miller, Margaret Freeland and Alford Reeves, Jan Jordon and Don Lindertf Queen Martha Spencer and Alan Jordon, The Queen was crowned November 8, 1957, by Joe Hyden, Student Council President, and flowers were presented by Jerry Lovelace, Student Council Treasurer, 10 I 957 FOOTBALL DANCE Date: Nov. 22, 1957 Joe Hanes plays a drum solo. Sharon Eby, Marcus C9"VanleS, Time:8 qyclock and Julie Calvert harmonize on "Over the MounTain." S.- - Mary Alice Nale, Richard Smifh, Marie Allen, Russell Vicars sing "Ain't "Wanna Buy a Bunny?" is pantomimed by Arlene Nelson. 3L5:ve Grand," vvriflen and composed by Mary Alice Nale. COTTON BQWL TDUR AMENT l LEAANN GARRETT, Candidate The basketball team nominated four girls for Cotton Bowl Tournament Queen candidate. From these four they chose Leaann Garrett to represent W. W. Samuell in the Cotton Bowl Tournament. Margaret Freeland Jan Jordan Melba Jordan Nominee Nominee Nominee HRISTMAS PARTY 1? at Our snow white Christmas Tree Santa lStan Readi reads letters from Samuell students and teachers. Carol Markham and Russell Vicars pantomime "Temptation" David RUile'-595' Leslie 537951 Dwaine Wilders, and Russel' Vicars harmonize on "Winter Wonderland." Jerry Don Daniels, Richard Fullington, Jerry Lovelace, and Bailey Smith were team 40 captains of the "Treasure Hunt" played before the program. 4 ww .91 5? if ' wlwitiix 5 '35 1 7. 'KET M M2 , 4 5 Yi I .-. W my R F-M www as KM qs- aiffifkflifem ,awed as Q-wb ur 'Wiz Q ,,L., ,, - V ' E A -' A . . A . ,. .V . , J, 'ffwza 511' W W- misc x',.l2gy, ii:- mi '- av 1 , 3, KH if! i Xiiwzslff, my , W A , , A - M 2 5392 A ' w ,, -' .:s's1:wwfwv r5fm My ' A-'sigma ,, gg 1 W , ygg, W W Wifi Q M .1 NL www :Q Q S ,Q Q, ., fy, .Lk,. V, ff L., K -W LQ.-1 ,..2f3f,.,w x-M.L ., ,,,- 7 Vw-W ng ' ' . 2 'yi i 7' M - Z is 1g,.QL-ifgxf gy TH' L , .K :: W . 11. Q , 4L W ga, lieu 3 W W 2 , . E f .E M S off? 42 sf' QLIEE 9 'A 0 -,za S 9 iescox eg' ox 30 .QC Q50 Q0 64.1 ,le 65 ,axe Queen Melba Jordan and escort, Hamilton Jones, start the dance We do 'bio 900 68' Koi Sea ea Q55 2406 Qixvcixoti sflgiodi Princess Sabina Bennett, Senior, escorted by Alan Jordan. 2596 4 bro 66 CO ZS . Y U 100 yu soo Q09 we W' Princess Barbara Brunson, Senior, escorted by Jimmy Cooper, E OURT Sophomores 10,7 '7 O Ce: 0310703 S Pu SSC Gifs 0,7 C Th Q ' C 1 60' 'V C USED S OUT 61, Peo: 464 52:10 9 685, Queen Melba Jordan escorted by Hamilion Jones. 10 . Jeriocess J' 1 6 0zfe4,:'b,, S G . eqozb 127 ' 410,770,663-Y J a Q -so '36 es .1 '90 CO,-,S of-Q3 O' I7 611 ' so 'Po '06 6s 'I QD6 Princess Donna Graham, Senioff esconed bv Ronald Sanford. 001 o,.B 6,6056 O' 54' VALE TI E Joe Hyden emcees the 1958 Valentine Program. Honoring the Queen, Martha Parker sings "with a Song in My Heart." Patsy Carey sings "Miracle Margaret Freeland and Ronnie David Hitt sings the love song, A dance for the beauties of Love," Headricks perform a Latin American "Always" Ronda Smith Dance. 44 OPERETTA "PATIENCE" Colonel ., ,. Major ,,,., Lleut. o,,,,,.,, Reginald .... L-. .,,,, Mr. Bunthorne Lady Angela ,oo,,,, Lady Saphir ,,,,A Lady Ella ,,LL. Lady Jane ..,..LL Patience ,,,L,,, CAST Operetta Cast Russell Vicars R. L. Kirk Lesley Gates George Burrows Stanley Read Tenia Morgan Margaret Mathis Bettye Goodson ,, Arlene Nelson Jeanie Brown Gilbert and SulIivan's operetta, "Patience," was pre- sented by the high school music department Friday, March 28, 1958, in the Samuell auditorium. Mrs, Lov- ing and Mr. Harris assisted Mr. Crook in directing the operetta. Accompanists were Jean Odom and Patricia Matthews. 45 4. 13 ii K M W ,P qi 5 . ,S .wi in gi at ""'1-"3w., if R? 1,1 we Q54 A ,J fn Ayn- ,,,, , if ,dw Q rg, 9' Lf' mfr 'P' A-fa . .4 Ar, 1,-.1 2 xg 85 '53-'fi f-in 'QWL 9? ml., Em, 4? , 51 , , , G f, I i 1 -sw? f N j K nf JF AVQQA 5w , 'gy gnu xl? Q J W,p W' ,sf 'aff"' L ?'?QQy tgdo g .1 , Sf yf ff 1Z?fgi2 s 1 xfv' mx 2 m- X S nn. Dragoon Guards stand at attention. Twenty lovesick maidens sing of their disappointment n Reginald Bunthorne. Duke, Major, and Colonel explain "It's Clear That Medieval i , W., "Am I Alone and Unob- served" exclaims Bunthorne as he discovers his admirers are gone. Jane and the Twenty Love- sick Maidens sing "Let the Merry Cymbals Sound." D.A.R. CANDIDATE Melba Jordan, elected D.A.R. Candidate 'fo rep- resent W. W. Samuell High School. Barbara afunson Glenda Vanderworlh Nommee Nominee "HlLLBll.LY HIGHJI KS" PRESENTED BY SPEECH DEPT. Now look here, outlander! You Want me fo si, there! ,-, Y.-av, ,A xx - ,fs -- f--N-P-+..,,m ,E rn M A i K , e ,. is Q., .ffl -. .ms 5- ,W l Slgned ll "5WeefY Ple-H But I can'f sit, Mag it hurts 100 much! Margarette Freeland and Ronny Hedrick do their version of "Chicken Reel." l957 FOOTBALL BA QLIET Kenneth Burleson receiving the Best-Competitor award from Coach Waymond Wilson. Football boys and their dates enioying the banquet. Football boys and their dates enjoying the banquet. sl if ft Homemaking girls relax after preparing and serving steaks for the banquet. CHRISTMAS ASSEMBLY The Wise Men present their gifts to Baby Jesus. l The angel, portrayed by Ronny Heddrick, appears to the shepherds, 50 as l fl l fi Mary, portrayed by Melba Jordon, and Joseph, portrayed by Rober Marshall, look on as the A Cappella sings. F AMERICAN EDUCATIO WEEK ASSEMBLY sTuDENTs PORTRAY PHASES or HIGH SCHOOL LIFE Our Cheerleaders demonsn-aging Gimme fha Beaf. Dick White, Mike Mahaffey, and Bill Berry, representatives from the Math Department. X g...---- , f- J. , T sf ' l 1 3 A- , Senoritas sing a Spanish number. Maiorettes twirling to "Night Train" Donna Farrar and Dwaine Wilder talking over a business. Stan Read experimenting with electricity. The Starlet Officers performing to "Let Me Call You Sweetheart" 5 Y l v l l CAREER DAY i 135 Mr. W. A. Lewis, main speaker of the Career Clinic. Consulganfs ai fhe Senior Career Clinic. Ralph Geddie, President of Pleasant Grove Kiwanis Club, and Mr. Mus- M555 Orene Mcclella,-,I Counfy Demonsfrafion Age,-11, sina speak wiih Mike Rome and Manny Carter at the pre-school coffee, Mrs. Ethel O'N. Johnson, Records Officer of ihe Souihern Union Gas Mr, Mussina, Photography Counselor, speaks on "Art and Photography." 52 Company, talks to stenography group. In .',-- JUBILEE Mr. Matthews and Mr. Muschkat count Jubilee money. 54 L.h , "HONG Kong MUGS" Lollypop! Lollypop! The Jubilee Dance JLIBILEE 4 xi: Q , ..,..., . A Mike Ghormley fries his luck at ihe Baseball Throw. The Hchamplonshlpu basketball leam Pl3Y5 fhe Coaches A, v aw ,xxx Nb him -1-f 1 J',!l,,,..-,ff ,fr fx 4,13 .H . ' 4 "How could you believe me when you know l've been a liar all my life" Joel Craker sees ihe future in The cards!! Dianne Teague shows bravery in "The House of Horrors" .Fw uf, WJ, . ... we .,. -Y.. f V ,. , x Www , 5 .1 S S H 592 fx ':2' affa .sei-1:3312 2 ' f Ii if 55 3. ,1 . fm ,ye fgmggfgi- 3 'XF-we , VME-1:11 K, if ,V . . 7 Y V" " ' Lfiwlvi -: L i ZET5 1: -M 5 ,xg- av f ha. X R932 t lf: ,ry 31 ,1 1-1: -3' ,ive ,iz 12 V few if has . , lf K , 1 4 2 kai S f 256 i mg T lg X 3 X 1 il bg ll ? Q 4 fl 3 .22152 ,kgs i f H ' ai ? if r 3 ,K 1 f 1 hm 6, Cheerleaders in iCTl0n "Coach" Johnny Calvert prepares his "Hillcrest Team" to meet The favored Spartans. "Who ya gona' yell for?" Afier the pep rally, the rush! ,, W M, Q 5. ,af wil .. . . .I DUCTIO Connie Suman presents membership cards to the new members. Mike Roome, Doris Lancaster, Joe Hyden, Peggy Allen, Karoyn Mel ton, and Betty Goodson wait to assist in installing the new members A portion of the new members shown taking the pledge. Peggy Allen, Ruth Blair, Deanne Jones, Doris Lancaster, and Joe Hyden explain the principles of the N. H. S. Mr. Pipes, Deanne Jones, Ruth Blair, Connie Suman, Ann Dodson, and Mary Ruth Jaggars also assist in installing the new members. Mike Roome serves as M. C. at the N. H. S. installation for the new members. 57 ART ASSEMBLY They will need a real doctor after the witch treatment. The real sack line. "Romeo "TunnelI and "Juliet" Pate. THESPIAN NSTALLATIO Arlene Nelson is announced Best Thespian 58 of the year by Mrs. Loving. Betty Romans and Phyl- lis Baker perform for the old members. New Thespians listen to the society's aims mu7l, ,.m, SENIOR PLAY Cast and Crew-FRIST ROW, left to right: Deanne Jones, John Calvert, Sabina Bennett, La Rue Pendley, Harold "FATHER'S BEEN TO MARS" May 2, 1958 Samuell Auditorium Smith, Jackie Cox, Sheilah Stockton, Phyllis Baker, Randy Ray, Mrs. Loving, Ruth Blair. SEATED: Connie Suman. SECOND ROW: Donna Farrar, Melba Jordan, Arlene Nelson, Stanley Hauerwas, Jack Wilson, Brenda Frazier, Bailey Smith, Glenda Vanderworth. Gloria's Father embarrasses her when her boy friend, Ned, visits her. SENIOR PLAY CAST The sewing circle girls are amazed when Captain Galaxy appears with Countess Vilma. 59 SENIOR PLAY Countess Vilma attempts an escape from Corky and Captain Galaxy. The Countess, Gloria, and Moon Girl Mildred pay back Capt. Galaxy iust Corky finds that her sister and Mother have suddenly taken an in- as he is paid a visit by J. P. Pierce, President ofthe television network. 'terest in the space show. A visit from Ned and Mr. Pierce comes as a big surprise to the Gibson Eartha comes in only to see that all the trouble has been straightene family. out. 60 Jack Wilson and Madlyn Hudgens lead off the Grand March The 1958 Senior Prom was held May 9, 1958, at the Grand Ballroom of the Statler Hilton Hotel. Manny Carter acted as the Toast- master tor the evening. Durwood Cline and his orchestra pre- sented the music for the evening. Fayrene Weisner sings on the program. SENIOR PRQM Boys lining up for punch. The prom is over. A great rnaioriiy participate in the Grand March , W G, Z ,Y rom Table Parents enioy the prom also. SENIOR PROM TABLES am. W K lm X Y L "A+-Q4 in A Sl swwlw ......,, A N 5 3 Www if M M Jimmy Yates and David Sitzler share honors as Masters of Ceremonies. The Three Old Maids, Jimmie McCain, Shar- on Dial, and Louann Greer, find a man that meets all the requirements. 64 1958 Senior Class gathers "Slew-foot" Sanders and his mountain boys, Dwain Wilder, Hugh Hinton, and Bailey Smith. SSEMBLY to sing the Alma Mater. Senior cheerleaders do a skit for assembly called "Give Me The Beat!" l. W. Rives, President of Senior class presents Lamp of Knowledge to John Calvert, represent- ative of Junior class. Ohh-Rudy Valle! 65 ASSEMBLIE Jimmy Yates transforming monster's brain to human brain Loyd Pate selling tickets to Jubilee and introducing Jerry Lee Lewis Uerrel Tunnelj Mike Mahaffey telling David AlIen's fortune. Dr. W. A. Welch-Protestant Littekin-Catholic Gustave Falk-Jewish They gave talks on Brotherhood Week. Senita "Elvis" Bright pantomimes "You're So Square." TOP HOMEROOMS IN BAND BOOSTER MEMBERSHIP SALES First Place-Mrs, NorThcu1f's Homeroom Second Place-Mr. Rogers' Homeroom Third Place-Mr. Moore's Homeroom Fourth PlacefMcGaha's Homeroom O R G A N I Z A T ART CLUB HELP! OFFICERS-SEATED, left to right: William Balusek, treasurer, Anne Dodson, president, Starlynn Vernon, vice-president. STANDING: Donald Dennis, reporter, Randy Ray, historian. 41-., .., - FRONT ROW, left to right: Starlynn Vernon, Joan Mead, Sandra Mead, Tenia Morgan, Charlotte Wheeler Dona Lee. SECOND ROW: Sharon Danyluk, Jan Johnson, Mickel Rariclen, Linda Bell, Randy Ray, Sue Here- ford, Donald Dennis, Joe Toon, Mr. Harris, Sponsor, Anne Dodson. THIRD ROW: Lynn Ganze, William Balu- sek, Dean Lagel, Grady Williams, Steve Phillips, Robert Parker. LIBRARY ASSISTANTS LEFT TO RIGHT: Judy Scribner, Glenda Robinson, Pat Proza, LaRue Pendley, Carolyn Jones, Mary Alice Nale, Deanna Vrla, Jacquelin Jones, Susan Potter, Jackie Cox, Miss Roberts. Y-TEENS FIRST ROW, left to right: Mary Tacker, Charlotte Brooks, Janice Stevenson, Linda Morgan. SECOND ROW: Charlotte Dial, Christine Karlen, Linda Bell, Brenda Buss, Mrs. Kindle. THIRD ROW: Norma Smith, Wilma Mach, Connie Russell, Sharon Horton. CFFICE ASSISTANTS These girls work in the attendance office, principal's office, and counselor's office. LEFT TO RIGHT: Dianne Black, Shirley Browning, Mikel Rariden, Linda Morgan, Linda Mitchell, Janelle Wallis ATIO AL THESPIAN SOCIETY FIRST ROW, left to right: Jean Odom, Jeanie Brown, Phillis Baker, Betty Romans, Deanne Jones. SECOND ROW: Sally Hodges, Gail Graffin, Melba Jordan, Arlene Nelson, Betty Goodson, Geany Gardner, Glenda Vanderworth. THIRD ROW: Mrs. Loving, Sheilah Stockton, David Sitzler, George Burroughs, Lynn Gange, Joe Toon, Stan Reed, John Calvert. TH ESPIAN INSTALLATION LEFT TO RIGHT: Jean Odom, David Allen, David Sitzler, John Calvert, Deanne Jones, Betty Romans, Melba Jordon, Lynn Wadel, Gail Graf- fin, Sally Hodges, Phillis Baker, Sheilah Stock- ton. OFFICERS President , ,,,,, ,,,,,,,, S tan Reed SECVCYSIY V...YY A,., ,,,,,,,,, J e annie Brown Treasurer , ,,,, Glenda Vanderworth THE ATIO AL HO OR SOCIETY The W. W. Samuell Chapter of the National Honor Society of 53 members, is composed entirely of juniors and seniors. Members are chosen on the basis of character, scholarship, leadership and MiCl'ae',ROOme Mm- Olga MU'leY service to the school. 'K . Q I 'Q- gif sv, if ' President Sponsor Peggy Allen Linda Bell Ruth Blair Charlotte Brooks Barbara Brunson Jill Bussell George Burrows John Calvert Julia Calvert Pat Collier Robert Copeland Gene Crossley Ray Dash Ann Dodson Larry Ellsworth Leslie Ewell Donna Farrar Jessie Forbes Lynn Ganze Betty Goodson Linda Gray Stanley Hauerwas Danah Hodges Teddy Hodges Don Hughey Joe Hyden Collen January Mary Jaggers Valorie Johnson Deanne Jones Christine Karlen Doris Lancaster Helen Luke Shirley Marvin Bill McCutchen Karoyn Melton Pat Miller Carl Mitcham Weldon Nash Arlene Nelson Jean Odom Stan Read Mike Rome Paul Rutherford Janice Stevenson Charles Straton Pat Stultz Connie Suman Steve Swayzy Glenda Vanclerworth Starlyn Vernon Susie Warfell Jack Wilson LOS EMBAJADORES sf FIRST ROW, seated: Lynda Pinson, Carolyn Powers. SECOND ROW: Lynda Floyd, Patricia Gregory, Mrs. Palm, LuLee Rechenthin, Susie Harper, Nellie Lee Long, Pansy Eaton, Cornelia Foster, Rebecca Estes, Carol Markham, Patricia Proza. THIRD ROW: Mike Mlynczak, Dona Lee, Jolene Spinks, Anne Mioduszewski, Jackie Wallace, Gary Lusk, Sue Douglas, Ronda Smith, and Sally Hodges, president. Sponsor: Mrs, Palm. LOS CONOLIISTADORES I Q li - - - :V I uw H I - ll , .. f- 1? .mes .gn.,,s,.,..::,-43,.2,gf,2- fill .gkmggzfi 4::,f,.,,.:y. is ,ak-I ,uqqmwnmv-QU FIRST ROW, left to right: Wayne Childers, Donald Dennis, Larry Freeman, Lynn Ganze, Richard Reed, Murkel Rudd. SECOND ROW: Connie Suman, Judy Snow, Janie Jaggers, Deanna Vrla, June Myrick, Wayna Bryant, Sylvia McCulloch. THIRD ROW: Cecile Pitts, Donna Osborn, Ann Dodson, Margaret Hebel, Cynthia Bean, Carmen Gillmore, Sharon Danyluk, Judy Shoup, Mrs. Rosson, Kathy Evans. Motto: "Of one blood hath He made all nations." Purpose: To encourage a re- spect tor, and exercise toler- ance toward all nationalities in the Americas. Sponsor: Mrs. Rosson 75 F.H.A. Motto: "Toward new hori- zons." OFFICERS President Peggy Allen Vice-President Madalyn Hudgens Secretary Kay Stewart Treasurer ' Sherry Cummings Reporter I Judy Shoup Sponsors Mrs. Frances Bradford and Mrs. Eva Grif'fen FIRST ROW, left to right: Linda Gray, Ann Miodeaszowski, Jane Hill, Renee Haney, Judy Shoup, Sherry Cummings, Diane Vaughn, Rebecca Hudson. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Bradford, Jolene Spinks, Deanna Vrla Wilma Mach, Susan Potter, Lynda Floyd, Janet Irvin, Mrs. Griffen. FUTURE URSES CLUB FIRST ROW: Trudy Maples, Linda Morgan, Eva Reid, Joy Guess Kirby. SECOND ROW: Barbara Lievsay, Brenda Buss, Harriet Emerson, Sharron Johnson. THIRD ROW: Ann Pickerell, Jolayne Jackson, Valorie John- son. FOURTH ROW: Dianne Black, Sue Lynn Ivins, Atrell Holleyman, Mrs. Kathleen Carden. 76 Motto: "Light your service." OFFICERS President Trudy Maples Vice-President Valorie Johnson Secretary-Treasurer Dianne Black Reporter Sally Hodges Sponsor Mrs. Wright K. Smith Faculty Advisor Mrs. Kathleen Carden. lamp for L TIN CLUB FIRST ROW, left to right: Brenda Buss, Harriet Emerson, Linda Morgan, Janice Stevenson, Rosabelle Wood- ard, Brynda Scott, Linda Brooks, Shirley Hamilton, Dianne Teague. SECOND ROW: Sharon Johnson, Beverly Rowland, Janice Furtick, Gail Grafflin, Carole Morgan, Carolyn Chandler, Margaret Mathis, Linda Morris, Mrs. Chita Smoot, THIRD ROW: Jolayne Jackson, Pat Klatt, Sabra Anne Moore, Suzanne Cunningham, Ann Pickerell, Janet Holt, Atrelle Holleyman, Shirley Holton, Juanita Williams. FOURTH ROW: Arthur Capps, Jouett Powell, Henry Culpepper, Dan Klimpel, William Balusek, Ronnie Headrick, Ronald Hill, Ritchie Calhoun, Robert Clamon, Randy Ray. The motto of the Arx Latinae CCitadel of Latinj is "Facta, non verba" CDeeds, not words.J The purpose of the club is to gain a thorough knowl- edge of the Latin language, the customs, literature, art and government of the Rornan people. TOP TO BOTTOM: Randy Ray, president, Dianne Teague, vice-president, Shirley Holton, secretary, Gail Grafflin, treasurer, Mrs. Chita Smoot, sponsor. 77 YEARBDOK STAFF GLENDA VANDERWORTH SUZANNE BLACK JOE HYDEN Editor Assistant Editor Business Manager ,Fiji LEFT TO RIGHT: Deanne Jones, Sallyann Kallus, David Hitt, Steve Humphery, Glenda Vanderworth, Yvette Calvert. STEVE HUMPHERY ANN THOMPSON DEANNE JONES Advemsing Manage, Activities Editor Senior Class Editor YEARBOCK TAFF DANAH HODGES STANLEY HAUERWAS DAVID HITT Organizations Editor Sports Editor JU"IfOf Cl-SSS Edifor LEFT TO RIGHT: Suzanne Black, Danah Hodges, Joe Hyden, Stanley Hauerwas, Ann Thompson, Jouett Powell. SALLYANN KAI-1-U5 YVETTE CALVERT JOUETT POWELL Favofjfes Editor Sophomore Representative Sophomore Represenrarive 7 SENTI EL STAFF SEATED: Ronnie Romack, Debra Braclberry. STANDING: Parsy Fuquay, Melba Jordan, George Burrows, Phyllis Baker, Don Lelwew, Anne Dodson, Bill Moser, Sheilah Stockton, Jerry Raskin. fi 5 5 . Qu LEFT TO RIGHT: Ruth Blair, Editor, Martha Spencer, Exchange and Co-Sports Editor, Gay Jean Shirley, Feature Editor, Bettye Goodson, News Editor, Barbara Brunson, Business Manager, Leslie Ewell, Co-Sports Editor. STU DE T COUNCIL SEATED, left to right: Suzanne Black, reporter, Ann Thompson, secretary, Barbara Brunson, vice-presidentp Jerry Lovelace, treasurer. STANDING: Mr. Matthews, sponsor, Joe Hyden, president. FIRST ROW, let'-t to right: Linda Brooks, Sondra Arnett, Sallyann Kallus, Yvette Calvert, Trema Sandlin, Barbara Brunson, Ann Thompson, Paula Tiner, Helen Luke, Marinell Mixon, Sue Young. SECOND ROW: Linda Walker, Jean Odom, Sarah Christian, Brenda Martin, Linda Thompson, Carolyn Adams, Suzanne Rhodes, Linda Stroman, Sheila Dean, Suzanne Black, Sarah Sigmon, Geany Gardner. THIRD ROW: Barbara Combs, Mary Alice Nale, Patty Wall, Dorothy Stanfield, Linda Hobbs, Connie Russell, Sally Norris, Pat Huckaby, Betty Weaver, Glenda Vanderworth, Shirley Hamilton, Robert Parker, Jerry Don Daniels, Jan Jordan. FOURTH ROW: Don Hughey, Fred Green, Lesley Gates, Richard Fullington, Manny Carter, Robert Marshall, Robert Neighbors, Jouett Powell, Lesley Ewell, Ronald Sanford, Bailey Smith, Mike Roome, Joe Hyden, Carl Mitcham, Jerry Lovelace. l957-58 STARLETS BOTTOM ROW, left to right: Sondra Arnett, Janice Stevenson, Sondra Mead, Connie Suman, Sallyann Kallus, Judy Musgrave, Linda Morgan, Linda Brooks, Jeanie Brown, Sharon Hill, Marinell Mixon, Senita Bright. SECOND ROW: Robena Hatfield, Sarah Sigman, Nelda Rogers, Patsy Miller, Marilyn Cross, Carolyn Gilbert, Deanne Jones, Ruth Ann Laird, Paula Robinson, Janet Morgan, Betty Leatherwood, Faye Works, Lynn Waddell. THIRD ROW: Ervalene Henderson Symns, Charlotte Dial, Dorothy Stanfield, Barbara Points, Charmayne Altenau, Shirley Overturf, Jackie Pope, Patsy Dugger, Linda Pratt, Danah Hodges, Shirley Robin- son, Sherry Stroud, Carolyn Powers, Wayna Sue Bryant, Judy Snow, Kathy Evans. FOURTH ROW: Sylvia McCulloch, Rita Springer, Shelia Worthy, Shirley Hamilton, Ann Pickerrell, Linda Thompson, Janette Booth, Beverly Glover, Ann Dodson, Brenda Buss, Judy Schribner, Connie Russell. FIFTH ROW: Janet Holt, Linda Hobbs, Barbara Combs, Shirley Hodges, Alacia Farley, Arlene Nelson, Glenda Vanderworth, Betty Jordan, Sharon Horton, Brenda Frazier, Carmen Gilmore, Sally Norris, Fern Joy Wagner. KNEELING, left to right: Reserve Senior Officers Arlene Nelson, Sallyann Kallus, Deanne Jones. STANDING1 82 Alternate Second Lieutenant, Linda Hobbs, Second Lieutenant, Barbara Combs, Alternate First Lieutenant, Jeanie Brown: Captain, Connie Suman, Co-Captain, Glenda Vanderworth, First Lieutenant, Connie Russell, W. W. SAMLIELL BAND The W. W. Samuell Band faithfully performed during football season at half times, on assemblies, and in parades. The band is under the direction of Mr. Clifton Simons and Don Teague, drum maior. Head maiorette is Glenda Carter. I957 MAJORETTE ,B ,Q .,- W., , Q . r fb Wk, X z . KNEELING, left to right: Orpha Savage, Margaret Freeland. STANDlNG: Linda Orfield, Patsy Matthews, Glenda Carter, Judy Garoutte, Suzanne Black. JUDY GAROUTTE SUZANNE BLACK .,X,:a.. r -J. U ,- . tr , M f J,-.Q . .mm 56 ,Q sw ORPHA SAVAGE LINDA OREIELD .gg 'ww 41 x 3 ' , -ff' eye .V 5. .E 'SN J' J L. I , . GLENDA CARTER Head Maioreme MARGARET FREELAND PATSY MATTHEWS Alternate Q. N. J A CAPPELLA CHOIR FIRST ROW, left to right: Margaret Mathis, Patsy Cary, Shirley Pierce, Jeanie Brown, Karoyn Melton, Trema Sandlin, Sarah Christian, Brenda Stephenson, Alice Hebel, Rita Springer. SECOND ROW: Barbara Lievsay, Jimmie Fleming, Fayreen Weesner, Jean Odom, Linda Brooks, Lynn Waddell, Phyllis Baker, Charlotte Speight, Arlene Nelson, Sheilah Stockton, Patty Wall. THIRD ROW: Martha Parker, Betty Romans, Betty Good- son, Linda Hobbs, George Burrows, Charles Harris, Larry Sanders, Leston Hickerson, Jarrell Tunnell, Tenia Morgan, Sheilah Dean, Juanita Williams, Peggy McElroth. FOURTH ROW: Jackie Woodard, Barbara Mitchell, Gary Melton, Charles Shipp, Larry Turner, Tommy Bray, R. L. Kirk, Dwain Wilder, Tom Wimpee, Lesley Gates, Bob Davis, Bobby Herriage, Gerolyn Carter, Pat Terry. CLEMENTS B. CROOK Director BARBARA BRUNSON STANLEY HAUERWAS TENIA MORGAN JACK WILSON "Head Cheerleader" "Head Cheerleader" F 0 A. s law if ' L :Emi , CHEERLEADERS DONNA FARRAR Alternate MANNY CARTER KAY STEWART LYNN GANZE ANN THOMPSON ' 5.3 3 1 KEY CLUB FIRST ROW, left to right: Randy Ray, Ronnie Headrick, John Calvert, Bailey Smith, Manny Carter, Lynn Sanderson. SECOND ROW: Jimmy Yates, George Burrows, Steve Humphrey, Dean Lagle, Donald Dennis, Stan Read. THIRD ROW: Jim Bob Smith, Larry Ellsworth, Leslie Gates, William Balusek, Lynn Ganze, Jouett Powell. SCIENCE CLUB LEFT TO RIGHT: Robert Deal, Buster Sanders, Paul Rutherford, John Mays, Patricia Proza, Suzanne Cun- ningham, Carolyn Chandler, Dianne Isbell, Mr. Wagnon, Ruth Blair. .D.C.C. i L in .,. , A N ,4. . , 5' A I STAFF FIRST ROW: Paul Rutherford, Don Lehew. SECOND ROW: Ronnie Fisher, Gary Dodd, Weldon Nash, Claude Massey, David Shaftner, Larry Turner. THIRD ROW: William Balusek, Arthur Capps, Charles Craft, Larry Killian, Terry Raney, David Ferrell, Stanley Dabbs, John Bullard, Donald Dennis. The Samuell's N. D. C. C. unit of i957-58 has made excellent progress in be- coming an outstanding military unit. Our unit has been formed for only lV2 years in which it has become the largest unit of its kind in Dallas. There are 236 cadets in the unit. This number is expected to increase to over 300 next year. The Unit's rifle team looasts a record of lst and 2nd place in three of the city's rifle matches. The outlook for the N. D. C. C. is very encouraging for next year. HEADQUARTERS COMPANY l BAND J D.C.C COMPANY "B"-FIRST ROW: Comp. Co. Mai. Captain David Hitt, lst Lieut. Randy Ray, 2nd Lieut, Gary Lusk, 2nd Lieut. Kenneth Buie, Tom- my Jones. SECOND ROW: James Roberds, Jerry Packer, James lley, Wilson Hill, Larry Bennett, Richard Davis, William Mayfield, Calvin Harvey, Calvin Donnell, Gene Piland, Roger Rich. THIRD ROW: Pete Ryle, Mike Flannery, Dannie Myrick, Tom Dumlap, David Davis, Jerry Faircloth. FOURTH ROW: Bert Holcomb, Jerry Simms, Lynn Craft, Murkel Rudd, Gary Staples, Joe Jones, Kenneth Penland, Gary Pyles, Charley Young, David Melton, James Waid, Wesley Holley, A. J. Kiny. COMPANY "A"-FIRST ROW: Comp. Co. Maior Robt. Copeland, lst Lieut. Joel Crocker, 2nd. Lieut. Wayne Herron, Maior Johnnie Robinson. SECOND ROW: Rus Morris, Bill Harris, Tommy Wade, Roy Taylor, Darol Adye, Larry Schaefer, Charles Shipp, Rex Layne, Don Hopkins, Henry Butler, Stanley Dabbs. THlRD ROW: Ronald Wil- liams, Derrell Morris, Robt. Kercker, Fred Green, Coug Edwards, Larry Killian, Jerry Killian, Larry Johnson, Charles Macon, Dave Yarborough, Ben Lewis, Jack Wilson, James Craft. FOURTH ROW: Jerry Burchfield, Tom Cross, Billip Ruzika, Paul Burnett, Guy Oden, Ronald Cook, Don Foshee, Jerry Stringer, Don Caldwell, Jerrell Grubbs, Dennis Hudler, Douglass Mattix, Robert Sproule. RlFLE TEAM FIRST ROW: Lieut. Col. Don Lehew. SECOND ROW: Col. Paul Rutherford, Lieut. Col. Jimmy Yates, Captain David Hitt. THlRD ROW: Jack Mattingly, Kenneth Eakin, Lee Roy Price, Richard Smith. COMPANY "C"-FIRST ROW, left to right: Comp. Commander Maior Robt. Davis, ist Lieut. Jack Harris, lst Lieut. Steve Swayze, 2nd Lieut. Joe Hines SECOND ROW: Bill Collins, Emery Wel- don, Nolan Buie, Harold Smith, Conly Woerten- dyke, Eugene Bullard, Jerry Blanton, Earl Harris, John Smith, Kenneth Burleson. Lester Swift. THIRD ROW: Glenn Watts, Dale Braucht, Mike Lamb, Elvis Long, Murray Thompson, John Reeder, Don Morris, Garland Hogan, Andrew Gore, James Newman. FOURTH ROW: Jerry Rose, Richard West, Mack Wimberly, Robert Clamon, Charles Stroup, James Bevill, Ray Biles, Edward Berg, John Jones. D.C.C COMPANY "D"-FIRST ROW: Comp. CO. Mai. David McDaniel, 2nd Lieut. Jimmie Robb, lst. Lieut. David Allen, lst Lieut. Johnny Glasscock. SECOND ROW: James Acker, Ed Winkle, Jerry Golier, Geo. Hatzenbuehler, Charles Passon, Harvey Letcher, Roy Clark, Harry Green, Robt. Radney, Jerry Anderson, Steve Phillips. THIRD ROW: Gerald Allen, Kenneth Cooley, Ronald Bowman, Stephen Hagerty, Ed Hadleck, Bill Underwood, Minor Miller, James Bailey, Bill Gray, Clarence Payne. FOURTH ROW: Lee Price, Richie Calhoun, Robt. Parker, Richard Adams, Tim Jones, Carl Carlson, Richard Shaha, Mike Smith, Geo. Newman, Dwayne Tucker, Tyree Leonard, Ronald Douglas. Officers 'Front and center QUILL A D SCROLL FIRST ROW: Ruth Blair, Martha Spencer, Sallyann Kallus, Deanne Jones. SECOND ROW: Ann Dodson, Glenda Vanderwonh, Gay Jean Shirley, Beftye Goodson, Suzanne Black, Danah Hodges, Melba Jordan. THIRD ROW: David Hitt, Leslie Ewell, Joe Hyden. y DRAMATICS CLUB FIRST ROW: Carolyn Chandler, Sally Hodges, Reanee Haney, Diane Isabell. SECOND ROW: Deanna Bill ingsly, Margarette Hebel, Carolyn Adams, Jenelle Wallior, Carol Markham, Brenda Sharp, Marilyn Anderson THIRD ROW: David Sifzler, Richard Reed, Melba Jordan, Gail Griffin, Richard Reed, and Carol Morgan. ARCHEOLOGY CLUB FRONT ROW: Harriet Emerson, Jo Lane Jackson, Cecil Pitts, Joyce Peters. SECOND ROW: Jerry Raskin, Lorena Byrd, Judy Hoppe, Wilson Hill, Richie Calhoun. STANDING: Dick Davis, Hugh Hinton, Mike Mlynczak, Deanna Urla, Carolyn Jones, Mr. Ladd, Bailey Smith, Ronald Cook, Dan Caldwell. CLUB OFFICERS I Nl Hugh Hinton, president, Mike Mlynczak, vice-president, Deanna Urla, secretary-treas urer, Carolyn Jones, reporter, and Mr. Richard Ladd, sponsor. Some of the fossils and arrow heads found by the club. 93 ORG-ANIZATIGNS IN ACTIO N.D.C.C. Color Guard on parade. Siarlets waiving to perform. F.H.A. officers being installed Cheerleaders perform fo music played by the band at a football game. FOOTBALL "A" TEAM FIRST ROW: Lowell Jones, Bobby Griffis, Kenneth Burleson, Harold Smith, Lloyd Pate, Charles Clark, Ronald Sanford, James Dewees, George Webb, Joe Suits, Robert Copeland. SECOND ROW: Gene Crosley, David Clounts, Joe Bob Johnson, Mike Mahaffey, Bobby Peck, Charles Hancock, Gary Webb, l. W. Rives, Horace Hargrove, Jimmy Copper. THIRD ROW: Larry McCain, James Southhard, Wayne Wright, R. L. Kirk, Carl Niendorf, Guy Hughes, Ronald Doughlas, Jimmy Rogers, Gale Hughes, Larry Taylor, Robert Mays, James Holland, James Earnheart. THE SEASON Showing determination and fight, the Spartans made their first entry in the city football wars this year. The Spartans posted a good record in their district this year, taking third place in district 5-AAAA, which contained the state champions. The Spartans set a proud tradition for Samuell teams to follow. T957 SCHEDULE Samuell ,,,.,.. W H13 Longview ..,,,,,,,. 26 Samuell ..e. . .... 7 South Oak Cliff ..... . 18 Samuell -.-...33 North Dallas i4 Samuell - 6 Crozier Tech 30 Samuell .27 Adamson ........... .... l 3 Samuell T3 Sunset .... -. .... cc... - - 33 Samuell . 7 Thomas Jefferson 21 Samuell 33 Hillcrest. ........... - 7 Samuell . 6 Highland Park ....,. 38 Samuell 20 Woodrow Wilson .. 14 COACHES LEFT: Defensive Coach Harrel Shaver CENTER: Head Coach Waymon Wilson RIGHT: Offensive Coach R. W. Thompson C0-Captain Best Competitor Co-Captain RONALD SANFORD KENNETH BURLESON I. W. RIVES KENNETH BURLESON CHARLES CLARK JIMMY COOPER Senior 5ef130f 56-r1i0r Center Tackle Center Lettered 2 years Lettered 1 year The Spartans make a long gain against Adamson. ROBERT COPLAND GENE CROSLEY JAMES DEWEES Senior Junior Junior Guard Tackle Guard Leitered 1 year Lettered I year Letfered 2 years -z ' , . Ls. - wi' We ' -:wifi 1 ' "f-W' T '- RONALD DOUGLAS BOBBY GRIFFIS CHARLES HANCOCK Junior Senior Junior Quarterback Quarterback Quanefback Lettered I year Lettered 2 years Leffered 1 year Southard tears ihrough Highland Park's line for a good gain. HORACE HARGROVE JAMES HOLLAND GALE HUGHES Senior Junior Sophomore Halfback Halfback Tackle Lettered 2 years All District p xw . L. - u1 nl n fues'.' GUY HUGHES LOWELL JONES JOE BOB JOHNSON 50PlW0m0fe Junior JUr1iOr Tackle Halfback FUIIIDBCIC Lettered I year Lettered 2 years LONGVIEW DOWNS SPARTANS The Samuell team had a long trip home after losing to the Lobos by a score of 26-13. The game was hard-fought with the breaks falling to Longview. SOUTH OAK CLIFF BEATS SPARTANS The Golden Bears had the first half alone. At half-time the score was I8-O in favor of S. O. C. The second half was the Spartans', but due to penalties and fum- bles, we were held to 7 points. The game ended I8-7. SPARTANS RIP BULLDOGS The Spartan might ran the North Dallas Bulldogs in the ground to the tune of 33-I4. The running and passing of Griffis and the line plunges of Southard gave Samuell .a great victory. CROZIER TECH DROPS SAMUELL The Wolves were too much for the Spartans in a hard-fought game. Crozier Tech's speed and passing completely overpowered the Spartans by 29-6. SPARTANS CRUSH ADAMSON Terrific line play gave the Spartans a victory over the Leopards by the score of 27-l3. Ronald Sanford and I. W. Rives stood out for their fighting line play. Griffis's passing was also outstanding. R. L. KIRK MIKE MAHAFFEY ROBERT MAYS Junior Junior Junior Tackle Tackle Halfback Lettered I year CARL NIENDORFF LLOYD PATE BOBBY PECK Junior Senior Junior End End Tackle Lettered 2 yea rs BISONS TEAR SPARTANS Samuell fumbled the opening kickoff in their game in the Cotton Bowl and never recovered from the onslaught of the Sunset attack. The Spartans moved well at times, but interceptions kept them from scoring more. The final score was 33-13. JEFFERSON N IPS SPARTANS The aerial minded Rebels mixed up their passing with their fast running backs to score a 21-7 victory over the spunky Spartans in their first district game. SPARTA NS TRAMPLE HILLCREST The Spartans played perfect football in defeating the Hillcrest Panthers by 33-7. The Spartans, using every break, never let up on the Panthers. The game was sparked by long runs and passes that were beautifully executed by the Spartans. SCOTTIES DEFEAT SPARTANS The state champions ran wild over the Spartans with their fast running attack. The Spartans, however, were the only team in District 5-AAAA that scored on the Scotties. The final score was 33-6. SPARTANS STOP WILDCATS A running attack by Horace Hargrove and James Southard powered the Samuell team over their arch rivals, Woodrow Wilson, by a score of 20-14. The Spartans were not to be denied as they played a spirited game. I W. RIVES JIM ROGERS RONALD SANFORD Senior Junior Senior Lettered 3 years End Guard All District Lettered 3 years Honorable Mention All District Honorable Mention All City JOE SUITS Senior Center Lettered 1 year All District P' 1. an V Y 1 'SMX' ix, " 49 .4 JAMES SOUTHARD LARRY TAYLOR Senior Junior Halfback Guard Lettered 2 years Lettered 2 years All District, All City Honofable Mention Hon. Mention All State GEORGE WEBB Senior Fullback Lettered 1 year Hargrove is off on a long run against the Scotties. WAYNE WRIGHT GARY WEEE Junior Center Halfbadi Lettered 1 year " " TEAM FOOTBALL FIRST ROW: Bruce White, Jimmy Horton, Logan Gay, Paul Sexton, Doug Willson, Jerry Dugan, Charles Hawn, Ronald Hill. SECOND ROW: Alton Dobbs, Donald Pinson, Al More, Joe Mathews, Jerry Packer, Luke Adams, Jerry Simms, Lynn Craft, Mark Smylie, Billy Walder, Billy Watson. THIRD ROW: Coach Mc- Clanahan, David Adams, Eugene Trueblood, Jerry Stringer, Allan Garrett, Don McClain, Richard Martin, Robert Marshall, Bill Wallace, Mike Lambeth, Edward Smith, Richard Fulington, Coach Lawless. FOURTH ROW: Don Murray, James Stewart, Jerry Beaty, Johnny Jackson, Johnny Minton, Johnny Pace. aweia Coach Coach MR. FRANK McCLANHAN MR. JAMES LAWLESS Hargrove nears the goal line against the Bull- dogs. Johnson is giving Highland Park a hard time as he cuts ihe corner. I04 Rives and Hargrove are smearing a North Dallas back behind the line. The Spartans showed good breakaway action as Hargrove goes down the field. "A" TEAM BA KETBALL LEFT TO RIGHT: Jim Bob Smith, Ronald Douglas, Joueh Powell, Earl Hester, Mike Roome, Charles Moreland Darrel Stevens, Steve Green, Coy Henderson, Ronnie Alsbrook, Joe Hyden, Douglas Scoif. Coach Captain J. W. BLACK JOE HYDEN PARTA I06 t RONNIE ALSBROOK Guard COY HENDERSON Center Lettered I year RONALD DOUGLAS Guard EARL HESTER Center Lettered 1 year STEVE GREEN Forward Lettered 2 years JOE HYDEN Guard Lettered 2 years All District All City AGERS JIM BOB JOHNSON Guard Lettered 1 year CHARLES MORELAND Center Lettered I year JOUETT POWELL Forward MIKE ROOME Guard Letfered 'I year DOUGLAS SCOTT Guard Lettered I year DARREL STEPHENS Forward l as " " TEAM BASKETBALL 1 ,Q f ,ja 3 A P 4' r, fr-gf +4 as 3 , 1 ,,, l' . '- ' ' ,asffiwl N 0, ' ' ' ,ab ,ff K 4-"ff M V R ' ff - Wal- ww , Y N! K Geri? ,fr , VA , , - f A. 1 a , " W Wi. a " a ,Wye Q as sw " i f ,I H W,,.f-M.,M.,m L,A. ,,, ,sv 1 , T' M M A, A ' , if , , .L:, W ,m1W:A, - fr .,., ,ff H , . 5. ,fl ' 'W ,'g,L A ' ' " r ' ,fl A in f A ,V M. . V f P W 9 la . J 4 :Q :Aw A . . igff 1 ,ff A ' 2 ,m,.L K 5 - lm f :gg V. ,fs L y W LEFT TO RIGHT: Dan Davis, Don Teague, Billy Walker, Robert Marshall, David Payne, Charles Archer, Wayne Jones, Gene Carder, and Mike Turner. The "B" Team had a very successful season This year. Coming in second in The city race, This Team will provide strength for the '58-'59 season. COACH FRANK MCCLANAHAN I08 'sn 1 J " " TEAM BASEBALL FRONT ROW, left to right: Alan Jordan, Don Barr, Douglas Scott, Alan Hrncir, Doug Wilson, Charles Han- cock. BACK ROW: Managers James Earnhart and Mark Smiley, Charles Archer, Ronnie Alsbrook, Horace Hargrove, Gary Webb, Ronald Douglas, Lowell Jones, Don Linden, and Coach Harold Shaver. Manager Mark Smylie, Coach Harold Shaver, Manager James Earnhart BASEBALL OUTFIELDERS: Horace Hargrove, Douglas Scott, Ronnie Alsbrook, Don Linder? and Charles Archer INFIELDERS: Doug Wilson, Charles Hancock, Alan Hrncir, Gary Webb, and Ronald Douglas. Captain Lowell Jones, Catcher -- . " W a X 1 1 'I ag . , A Jf L'-' :X'f':.'.::xm Ia ii - ,'g.:pf"S K iw: 7, ' -, qw " " ""fffW?1vSSfW ia, W z M -' ,v:.'f.Z' 2 . 'Lx - ' -4 ,K " ' L' i .g sg i ,x,,,,., , V ,. , . Qzll WEE: ,". A2,L.,,-z. - , A.Wk , ,V V , .:,A , 42 I gg x K .M -,QQ7,,, I , ., , if 'S , ,, W -ffeimfsis-4 nib: 5'-wwiffiff sf ,, . .. sfg My yea .. .. V CHARLES HANCOCK Second if K Q A as X X f 'fu ,H 'K sa, K 5 M-.1 ,. . .,,,- . I - k,V, in K1 .V VLA 1g,,.:?.i2f'W,.-:- , ski A 1 , ,.,, -W A Q , Xu 2, f 4 5 5 4 Q3 W 5 52 M, W H X S X vip, .2 X 5 9 my X . 4 f If Q myw:s"-W-m1i,sS,L . .. y zfg17gw?ff.5 wH+iL fi Q N - . - Q- Q S X Q e if s w 3 Q l Q P 135 3 4 X i ? sy, ef Q , 2 My H 4 R C g 4' ' ma? 9 f Y, K X S 'M yu 1 fs ,K . ,.-.- . -I , ,fg fm' T 1M3EM5i f fwif-1 - 1, +25 . ififfkziifififk Q HORACE HARGROVE .' . -, ,, - . Q Vk-' Pncher V DON LUNDAY Shortstop "B" TEAM BA EBALL 9 lib.. SW A . FRONT ROW: Jerry Franklin, Jim Bob Smith, Richard Davis, Bobby Leslie, David Williams, Guy Oden, Kenneth Eakin, David Rutledge. SECOND ROW: Coach Lawless, Steven Hatchell, Billy Watson, Luke Adams, Tim Ghromley, Gordon Meeks, Richard Martin, Bill Wallace, Douglas Martin, Phil Woodruff, Edward Smith, Manager Ronald Whaler. COACH JAMES LAWLESS ' 8 TRACK TEAM FIRST ROW: Sammy Cosby, Ronald Hill, Marcus Cervantes, Richard Fullington, Harry Green, James Burns, Jerry Lovelace. SECOND ROW: Donald Peck, Robert Marshall, Joe Warren, Jerry Pyle, Mickle Lowerce, Mike Turner, Herschel Henderson, Clarence Richardson, Eddie Minton. THIRD ROW: Fred Patrick, Jerry Rose, Larry Taylor, Earnes Woodard, Jerry Raskin, Larry Elsworth, Robert Mays, Mike Ghormley, Manager, Harvey Letcher, Mike Lambeth, Gerald Byrd, Coach Thompson. MILE RELAY TEAM: Fred Patrick, Clarence Richardson, Jerry Lovelace, Eddie Minton. 440 RELAY TEAM: Harry Green, Mike Lambeth, Larry Taylor, James Burns. Il3 Broadiumper-FRED PATRICK Pole vaulfer-ROBERT MAYS Clarence Richardson hands Fred Patrick the baron on the mile relay. l-HWY Elsworfh, ROI1Sld Hill and Jerry Rose pradice for The hurdles. Broadiurnper-JAMES BURNS Sprinter-JOHNNY MINTON TENNIS TEAM E , t f FRONT ROW: Ruth Kaiser, Connie Russell, Shirley Overturf. SECOND ROW: Coach McElroy, Dennis Smith, Manha Knowles, Paul Rutherford, Dick White, Judy Kaiser, Tommy Wade. FRONT ROW: Albin Lindquist, Robert Sproule, Charles Passons. SECOND ROW: W. A, Moser, Ken Webb, Don Smith, Dan Klimpel, Ken Klatt, Coach Ladd. I TRAMLIRAL SPORTS BOYS Basketball Champs FRONT ROW: Allan Henchir, Boobby Stev- enson, Barry Smith. SECOND ROW: Tommy Bray, Hindman Phillips. BOYS Volleyball Champs FRONT ROW: Bill Moser, Larry Carder, Tommy Lamon. SECOND ROW: Gayle Potts, Walter Builer, Ronny Alsbrook. l I6 GIRLS Volleyball Champs FIRST ROW: Eva Reid, Valorie Johnson Barbara Gowin. BACK ROW: Joy Guess Pat Miller, Jolayne Jackson. ffm . f fx fi iw 1-sw R '08 V2 X QS ws 5 W, SPARTANS ifm Happy Spartans after a good game. The Spartan ball team giving a good account of them selves. ACTIO Happy cheerleaders after a 33 to 7 victory by the Spartan team. Spartans honoring their football Queen. The score was good at the half, but at the end it was better C20 to 143. is C L A S S E S HONOR GRADUATES Valedictorian JOE HYDEN' Nancy Allen Peggy Allen Ruth Blair Jill Bussell Robert Copeland Anne Dodson Jessie Forbes Bettye Goodson Joe Hyden Nancy Allen Peggy Allen Ruth Blair Jill Bussell Robert Copeland Anne Dodson Jessie Forbes Bettye Goodson Joe Hyden l20 LINZ PIN Colleene January Deanne Jones Weldon Nash Arlene Nelson Michael Roome Martha Spencer Glenda Vanderworth Suzanne Warfel EVERTS AWARD Colleene January Deanne Jones Weldon Nash Arlene Nelson Michael Roome Martha Spencer Glenda Vanderworth Suzanne Warfel GRADUATING WlTH HIGH HONORS Peggy Allen Helen Ruth Blair Anne Dodson Bettye Goodson Joe Hyden Ann Stultz Suzanne Warfel GRADUATING WITH HONOR Nancy Hartman Allen Barbara Brunson Jill Bussell Patricia Ann Collier Robert Copeland Jessie Forbes Linda Gray Hugh Hinton Mary Ruth Jaggers Colleene January Valarie Johnson Deanne Jones Margaret Juricek Doris Lancaster Helen Luke Shirley Marvin William McCutcheon Karoyn Melton Weldon Nash, Jr. Arlene Nelson Gail Ridenour Michael Rome Martha Spencer Connie Suman Glenda Vanderworth Starlynn Vernon Salutatorian SUZANNE WARFEL V' 7 ' 3.1 ' IQ I ff f ,. I958 SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS President ,,,,..,,, L, ,NL ,L I. W. RIVES Vice-President L, BOBBY GRIFFIS Secretary ,,,7 A,,,,,,B , H .77,, PEGGY ALLEN SENIORS JAMES ACKER-Athletic Club 2, 3, Football 2, 3, Hotrod Club I, 2, Outdoor Life Club I, 2, Chess and Checker 2, Aeronautics Club 3, Homeroom Officer 2, Reporter, Boys' Chorus Club 2. NANCY HARTMAN ALLEN-A Cappella Choir I, 2, 3, 4, Pan American 2, 3, Home- room Officer 2, Reporter, Operefta 2, 3, Tennis Team 2. PEGGY ALLEN-National Honor Society 3, 4, Secretary, Class Officer 4, Secretary, Most Likely To Succeed Senior Girl, FHA 3, 4, President, Homeroom Officer 2, 4, Vice-President, President, Student Council I, 3, Homemaking Club 2, Vice-President, Y-Teens l, Stenography 3, Tumbling 1, Linz Pin 2. PHYLLIS BAKER-Sentinel Staff 4, Reporter, Senior Play 4, Dramatics Club 4, Reporter, Student Council 2, Y-Teens 2, Operetfa 3. BRENDA BALLARD JOE BARNES-Safety Club 1, Hotrod Club l, 2. THAD ALLEN BETTY ASBILL-Tennis Club 2. BETTY BENNETT LINDA BENDALL-Gym Manager 4, A Cap- pella Choir I, 2, 3, 4, Operetta l, 2, 3, Jr. Red Cross 3, Homeroom Officer 2, Re- porter, Pan American Club l, Typing Club 3, Good Manners Club 2, Choral Club 1. SENIORS SABINA BENNETT-Drill Team 3, Drill Club 3, Sophomore Favorite 2, Homeroom Of- ficer, President 3, 4, Valentine Princess 2, 3, 4, Football Queen Nominee 4, Choral Club 2, Charm Club 2, Vice-President. LELLIS BENNINGFIELD-Homeroom Officer 2, 3, Vice-President, President, Member of Guides Club 3, Linz Pin Award 2, Art Club 3. DIANE BLACK-Future Nurses Club l, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer, Secretary, Junior Red Cross 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Art Club 4. JOHNNY BLACKWELL-Chess and Checker Club 2, Football 2, 3, Track 2, Aeronautics 2, Athletic Club 2, 3. RUTH BLAIR-Cat's Tale 3, Sentinel 3, 4, Business Manager, Editor, Dallas News Cor- respondent 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Na- tional Honor Society 3, 4, Civitan Nominee 4, Senior Play Cast 4, Pan-American Club l, 2, Linz Pin 2, Science Club 4, Sesretary, Student Council l. National Honor Society Vice-President 4. DON BODIFORD-Hotrod Club 2, Sales Club, Vice-President 3, Homeroom President 4, Outdoor Life 3, Boys' Chorus l. JANICE BODIFORD CLINT BRADBERRY DEBRA BRADBERRY-Junior Red Cross 3, Y- Teens 3. MICHAEL BRANTLY-Collectors Club 2, President, Science Club 2, Homeroom Pres- ident 2, Athletic Club 3, B-Team Football 3, Track 3, ICT 4. SENIORS ROBERT BRANTLEY-Chess and Checkers 4, Vice-President5 Collectors Club 2, Reporter5 Hotrod Club 25 Outdoor Life 35 Science Club 25 Aeronautics Club 35 Photography Club 35 Boys' Chorus l. CARMEN BRENNAN-Y-Teens 25 Drill Team 'I5 Choral Club l. SHIRLEY BROOKS BARBARA BRUNSON-Student Council 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 45 Homeroom Officer 2, 4, Treasurer, Reporter5 Cheerleader 1, 3, 4, Head Cheerleader 45 Valentine Prin- cess 45 Sentinel Staff 45 National Honor Society 45 DAR Nominee 45 Best-All-Round 45 Charm Club 3. MICHAEL BRUTON-Key Club 45 Coin Col- lection Club 4. KENNETH BURLESON-Athletic Club l, 2, 35 Football 2, 3, 45 Football Best Com- petitor Award 45 Photography Club 15 Homeroom Officer 3, Treasurer5 NDCC 45 Basketball 1, Manager5 Baseball 1, Manager5 Band 2. KENNETH BROTHERS 4 EVELYN BURNETT-Variety Club 25 Charm Club 45 Homeroom Officer 2, Secretary5 Friendliest Girl 4. Fred presents trophy to Samuell MALCOM BROWN a-Qwwtxw. .mmftt , -5 - SENIORS CLOVER BURRIS-A Cappella 2, Y-Teens 3, Chorus Club 2. VEDA CALVERT-Homeroom Officer 1, 3, 4, Vice-President, Secretary 3, 4, Tennis Club 1, Good Manners I, Dramatics Club 2, Square Dance Club 2, Operetta 2, 3, Chorus Club 2, A Cappella 3, Colors Com- mittee. GEORGE BURROWS--Dramatics Club 2: Male Chorus 2, 3, Chorus Club 3, One Year Linz Pin 2, Linz Bible Award 2, A Cap- pella 3, 4, President 4, Operetta 3, 4, Key Club 3, 4, Secretary 4, Thespians 4, Sen- tinel Staff 4, National Honor Society 4. TOMMIE NELL CARROLL-Junior Red Cross 2, Y-Teens 2, President, Homeroom Officer 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2, 3, Secretary. JILL HAWKINS BUSSELL-National Honor Society 3, 4, Y-Teens l, President, Student Council I, 2, Drill Team 2, 3. GLENDA CARTER-Maiorette 2, .Heacl-Ma- iorette 3, 4, Band I, 2, 3, 4, Dramatics Club I, 2, Thespians 3, 4, Choral Club I, Dance Band Club 1, 2, Homeroom Officer 2, 4, Treasurer, Secretary. JOHNNY CALVERLEY-Gun Club l, Student Council l, 2, Band I, 2, ROTC 2, 3, ROTC Band 2, DE 3, ICT 4, Bible Credit. MANNY CARTER-Pan-American Club I, 2, Collectors Club 2, Secretary, Sales Club 3, Cheerleader 4, Chess and Checkers 4, Key Club 4, Student Council 4, Award in Essay Contest 3, Homeroom Officer 2, Treasurer. Caps and Gowns-at last! EDWARD CHISENHALL Rav-me Wieem 2- ,..,, ., el: eW,:,ee 3a2.a Y 7 SENIORS CHARLES CLARK-B-Team Football 2, A- Team Football 3, 4, Track 2, 3, Collectors Club 3, Athletics Club 2, 3, Hotrod Club 2. JAMES CLEVELAND-Athletic Club l, 2, 3, 4, Hotrod Club 1, 2, DE' 4, Hunting and Fishing Club 2. JIMMY COFFEL-Homeroom Officer T, Vice- President, Aeronautics l, 2, Orchestra l, 2, 3, Dixie Land Band 2, 3, Operetta Band 1, 2, A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Marching Band 'l, 2, 3, Concert Band i, 2, 3. JOHNNY COGBURN-Student Council l, 4, Cheerleader 3, 4, Homeroom Officer 3, Reporter, Aeronautics Club 2, Speech Club 2, Volleyball Team 3. BOBBY coxsn S JEANETTE COKER BETTY SUE COLLIER-Junior Choir 2, Secre- tary, Student Council 2, Homeroom Officer 2, Secretary, French Club 2, Pan-American Student Forum 2, 3, Y-Teens 3, Operetta 3, Chorus 3. PAT COLLIER-Band T, 2, 3, 4, Manager, Co-Secretary 3, Stage Band l, 2, Manager, Dixieland Band Club 1, 2, Operetta i, 2, National Honor Society 4. JIMMY COOPER-B-Team Football 2, A- Team Football 3, 4, Baseball 3, Athletic Club 2, Homeroom Officer 2, 4, Reporter, Treasurer, Hotrod Club 2. RITA COOPER-Homeroom Officer 3, Sec- retary, Y-Teen Club 2, Book Club 3, DE Award 4. SENIORS ROBERT COPELAND-Chess and Checkers Club 4, President, Track 3, Football 3, 4, ROTC, NDCC 2, 3, 4, Student Council 4, National Honor Society 4. GUADALUPE CORDOVA-Pan-American Club 2, Charm Club 2, Tumbling Club 3, Stu- dent Council 2, 3, Square Dance Club 3, Homeroom Officer 2, Vice-President, Book Club. JACKIE COX-Drill Team I, Tennis Team 1, Chorus Club 3, Charm Club 3, Tri-Hi-Y 2, Library Club 4, President, Library Assistant 3, 4. BETTY SUE CRAKER-Y-Teens l, 2, Dra- matics Club 2. DON CRANFORD-Volleyball Team 4. THOMAS CROFFORD-Band l, 2, 3, 4, Band Manager, 3, Aeronautics Club l, Pan-Amer- ican Club l, Chess and Checkers Club 2, 4, Dixieland Band Club 2, Proiection Club 4. JERRY DANIEL-Homeroom Officer 3, Vice- President, Current Events Club 3, President, Student Council 4, Career Clinic Chairman 4, Hotrod Club 3, Athletic Club 2. CHARLES DAVIS-Hotrod Club 3, B-Team Football 2, B-Team Basketball 2, B-Team Baseball 2, Athletics Club .2 JOAN DAWSON-Operetta 2, Good Man- ners Club 3, Typing Club 3, Spring Festival 4. JAMES DE WEES-Football i, 2, 3, 4, Ath- letics Club i, 2, 3. SENIORS SHARRON DIAL-Future Teachers Club 2, Treasurer, Homeroom Officer 4, Secretary, Student Council 4, Office Assistant 3, 4, Art Club 3, Volleyball Team 3, Basketball Team 3. JOHN DICKSON-Hotrod Club 1, Chess and Checkers Club 1, Automotive Club 2, Science Club 4. GARY DODD-Football Manager I, Base- ball Manager l, Basketball Manager l, ROTC 2, 3, 4, Football 2. ANNE DODSON-Art Club 4, President, Pan-American Club l, 2, 4, Reporter, Na- tional Honor Society 3, 4, Drill Team 3, 4, Homeroom Officer 4, Reporter, Senior Pub Staff 4, Newspaper Staff 4, Tennis Club 2, Future Nurses Club 3, Linz Pin 2, Merit Scholarship Finalist 4. RONNY DOUGLAS-Pan-American Club 2, Hunting and Fishing Club 2, Hotrod Club 2. Senior Boys polish up on their physics GLORIA DUGGAN-Future Secretary Club 1, Hotrod Club 2, Secretary, Junior Red Cross 3, Typing Club 3. SANDRA DUGGER LONNIE EDDY-Good Scholarship 3, ROTC 2, 3, Sports Club 2, 3, Student Council 2, Newspaper Staff 3, Tennis Team 3. LESLIE EWELL-Student Council 4, Band 2, 3, 4, Dramatics Club 2, National Honor Society 4, Sentinel Staff 4, Dance Band 2, Homeroom Officer 3, Vice-President, Linz Pin 2, NDCC 3, 4. Exercises in PE leave only sore muscles-right, girls? DONNA FARRAR-Homeroom Officer 1, 4, Secretary, Vice-President, Cheerleader 1, Operetta Queen l, Junior Red Cross 2, Drill Team 3, Alternate Cheerleader 4, Na- tional Honor Society 4, Senior Play 4, Y- Teens 1. SENIORS JESSIE FORBES-National Honor Society 4, Future Secretaries Club l, Future Nurses 'I, Junior Red Cross 3, Y-Teens 2, Secretary, Linz Pin 3, Student Council. DON FOSHEE-Homeroom Officer l, 2, 3, 4, President, Vice-President, Photography Club 1, Library Club 3, Vice-President, Square Dance Club 3, Hotrod Club 1, ROTC 3, 4, Chess and Checkers 2, Outdoor Life 2. RONNIE FISCHER-Chorus 'l, ROTC and NORMA FOWLER-Dramatics 2, Charm Club NDCC 2, 3, 4, Senior Assembly 4. 3, Art Club i, 2, Clinic Assistant 3,.Oper- etta I, Chorus Festival 4. GLENDA FLANERY-DE 3, 4, rumbling club RONALD FOWLER-Science Club L 2, 3, l, Y-Teens 3. Joe FLOWERS-Rorc and Nocc 2, 3, 4, Band l, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra T. Secretary, President, Photography Club 1, Outdoor Life 2, Chess and Checkers 3. BRENDA FRAZIER-Y-Teen Club 2, 3, Art Club 4, Secretary, Senior Play 4, Little Theater 3, Office Assistant 4, Gym Captain 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, Spring Oper- etta 2, Drill Team 4, Band 1. SENIORS PATSY FUQUAY-Choral Club 1, 2, 3, FHA 3, Vice-President, Drill Team Manager 3, Drill Team Club 3, Sentinel Staff 4, Tum- bling Club 3, Homeroom Officer T, 2, Re- porter, Treasurer. JUDITH GARDNER-Pan-American Club 2, Art Club 2, Drill Club 2, Drill Team 3. JUDY GAROUTTE-Dramatics Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President, Orchestra Club 2, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Band Maiorette 2, 3, 4, Home- room Officer 3, President, Thespian Society 3, 4, High School Teen Board 4, Dress Right Show 4, Operetta i, 2, 3. DELORIS GARRETT-Drill Team 3, Tum- bling Club i, Drill Club 3, Book Club 3. DEVERAL D. GEORGE-Collectors Club 2, 3, Chorus Club 2, 3, Outdoor Life Club 2, Chess and Checkers 4, Science Club 4, Operetta 3, Homeroom Officer 2, 4, Re- porter, Vice-President, All-State Music Fes- tival 3, Senior Assembly 4. JOHN GILLILAND-Track 1, 2, 3, Proiection Club 1, 2, Sports Club 2, Chemistry Club 3, Dramatics Club 4, Radio and TV Club l. JOHNNY GLASSCOCK-Football B-Team 2, 3, Track 3, ROTC 4, Basketball 3, Football Club 3, ROTC Club 2, 3. SUSAN GOLDGAR-Junior Red Cross 2, 3, Charm Club 2, 3, Square Dance Club 2, Operetta 3, Choral Club 2, 3, Librarian Club 2, Junior Achievement 4, Secretary. BETTYE GOODSON-A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Secretary, Treasurer, Thespians 4, Reporter, National Honor Society 3, 4, Reporter, Pan- American Club 1, 2, Y-Teens 2, President, Student Council 3, 4, Homeroom Officer 4, Secretary, Sentinel Staff 4, Guides Club 3, Choral Club 3, Operetta 2, 3, 4, Career Clinic 4. DONNA GRAHAM-Homeroom Officer 2, Treasurer, Student Council 3, 4, Valentine Sweetheart Nominee 4, Student Directory 3, 4, Editor, Variety Club 3, Secretary, Secretary Club 2, 3, President, Y-Teens 3, Office Assistant 4. SENIORS MONNA GRAHAM-Homeroom Officer 2, 3, Secretary, Treasurer, Student Directory 3, 4, Manager, Variety Club 3, Vice-President, Secretary Club 2, Secretary, Essay Contest, Honorable Mention 3, 4, Y-Teens 3, Variety Club 2. BROOKS GRIFFIN-ROTC 2, 3, ROTC Drill Platoon, Radio and TV Club 2. BENNY GRAVES--Homeroom Officer I, President, Photography Club 'l, 2, Athletics 1, A Cappella Choir I, 3. LINDA GRAY-Art Club 2, Secretary, Linz Pin 2, Homeroom Officer 2, Vice-President, National Honor Society 4, Junior Red Cross 1, Future Secretary Club 1, Y-Teen 2, Sec- retary, Junior Achievement 2, 3, Future Homemakers Club 3, 4. WANDA GRAY-Dramatics Club 4, Band Club I, 2, Secretary, Stage Band Club 1, 2, Band 1, 2, 3, A Cappella Choir 4, Stage Band 1, 2, Operetta I, 3, Dixieland Band 1, 2, All City Band 2, Manager, Homeroom Officer 4, Secretary. LOU ANN GREER-Homeroom Officer 3, 4, Secretary, Treasurer, Y-Teens 1, President, Book Club 1, Nurses Assistant 3, Office Assistant 4, Drill Team l. KEITH GRIFFIN-ROTC 1, 2, Radio and TV Club. BOBBY GRIFFIS-Football A 3, 4, Baseball A 3, 4, Class Officer, Vice-President 4, Homeroom Officer I, 2, 3, 4, Secretary, Treasurer, Vice-President, President, Class Favorite 1, Athletic Club I, 2, 3, Outdoor Life Club 2, Basketball B-Team 2. JOY GUESS-Future Nurses Club 3, 4, Dra- matics Club 3, Y-Teens 2, Volleyball Cham- pions 4, Red Cross Representative 2. LINDA HAGGARD-Drill Team 1, 2, 3, Lieutenant 3, Tumbling Club President 2, Homeroom Officer 2, President, Red Cross 2, DE, Most Outstanding Student 4. SENIORS HORACE HARGROVE-Science Club, Hot Rod Club 1, Football, All-District and All- City 4, Honorable Mention All-City 3, Base- ball 1, 2, 3, Honorable Mention All-City 3, Track 3, 4, Most Athletic 4, Homeroom Officer, Vice-President 1, Athletic Club 1, 2, 3, 4. EUGENE HARMON-Football l, 2, 3, Home- room Officer, President 2, Operetta 2, Track 2, Athletic Club 1, 2, 3, Track Club T, 2. JACK HARRIS-Homeroom Officer, President 4, ROTC 4, Runner-up, Most Handsome Senior Boy. DON HASTINGS-Good Scholarship 2, ROTC 2, 3. STANLEY HAUERWAS-Key Club l, 2, 3, 4, Homeroom Officer, President 1, Student Council 1, 2, Tennis Team 2, 3, Senior Play 4, National Honor Society 4, Junior Rotarian 4, Annual Staff, Sport Editor 4, Cheerleader 3, Head 4, Linz Pin 3, Ed. Board of Reader's Digest. ALICE HEBEL--Skating Club l, Table Tennis Club l, A Cappella 4, Operetta l, 2, 3, 4, Pan-American Club 3, Chorus Club 4. JAMES HELM-Art Club 2, Photography Club 2, Linz Award 2, Choir 1, ROTC l, Stamp Club I, Skating Club 1. EVERETT HARRISON Seniors enioy decorating for 57 Football Dance BETTY HASSELL-Drill 3, Drill Club 3, Choral Club 1, 2, Charm Club 1, Y-Teens 2. SENIORS COY HENDERSON-B-Team Basketball 2, A-Team Basketball 3, 4, Homeroom Officer 2, 3, Vice-President, Secretary, Athletics 2, Proiection 3. HERSCHEL HENDERSON-Football l, 2, 3, Athletic Club 2, 3, Outdoor Life Club 2, Collectors Club 3, Track 3, 4, Regional Champ-880. MARY HENDERSON-Y-Teens I, 2, Junior Red Cross 2, Future Secretary l. JIMMY DAN HENERY-Pan-American Club 2, Treasurer, Football Manager 1, Basketball Manager l, Baseball Manager 1, Hotrod Club 2, Athletic Club 2, ICT 3. SUE HERRIN-Drill Team 3, FHA 3, Choral Club l, 2, 3, Tumbling Club 3, Homeroom Officer 'l, 2, 3, 4, Secretary, Treasurer, Drill Club 3. BETTY HERRING EARL HESTER-Basketball, A-Team 3, 4, Athletic Club 2, 3, Basketball, B 2, Outdoor Life 2. Senior Cheerleaders at the Senior Game. ANN HIGGINS-Drill Team 3, Y-Teens 2, Homeroom Officer T, President, Tumbling Club 1, Drill Club 3, Choral Club 1, 2. JANE HILL-National Honor Society 3, FHA 2, 3, 4, Choral Club 3. SENIORS HUGH HINTON-B-Team Football 2, 3, Athletic Club 2, 3, Hockaday Mathematics Tournament 4, Prehistoric Club 4, President, Chemistry Club 4, Reporter, Safety Club 1, Engineers Club 3, Hotrod Club 3, Chess and Checkers Club 4, Senior Assembly 4. PAT HUCKABY-Homeroom Officer 2, Treasurer, Chess and Checkers 2, President, Proiection Club 3, Future Teachers Club l. EVA HIPP BARBARA HUGHES-Operetta 2, Pan-Amer- ican 2, Softball, Basketball 4. WESLEY HODGES-Collectors Club 'l, Vice- President, Hotrod Club i, Homeroom Of- ficer i, 2, 3, 4, President, Treasurer, Stu- dent Council 3, Linz Pin 2, Aeronautics Club 2, Secretary. BEAUFORD HOPKINS-Automotive Club 2, Chess and Checkers Club 2. SHARON HORTON-Variety Club 3, Y-Teens 4, Treasurer, Future Teachers 2, Vice-Pres- ident, Drill Team 'l, 2, 3, 4, Junior Achieve- ment 2, 3, 4, Pan-American Club l, 2, Operetta 1, 2, 3, Mixed Chorus 1, 2, Tum- bling Club 2, Office Assistant 3, Clinic Assistant 3, Library Assistant 1. JOE HYDEN-Baseball 1, 2, Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, President 4, Guides Club 3, Key Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-President, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Pan-American 'l, Reporter, Annual Staff 3, 4, Junior Rotarian 4. MARY RUTH JAGGERS-National Honor So- ciety 3, 4, Good Manners Club 2, Choral Club 2, Y-Teens 2, Treasurer, Y-Teens 3, President, Pan-American Club 3, 4, Home- room Officer 2, 3, 4, Treasurer, President. COLLEENE JANUARY-Senior Pub 4, Editor, National Honor Society 4, Linz Pin 2, Junior Toastmistress Club 1, President, Chorus 'l. S NIORS ROY JOHNSON-Outdoor Life 2, 3, Pro- iection Club, Vice-President 2, Sales Club, HAMILTON JONES-Football I, 2, 3, Dress Right Show Representative 4, Homeroom Treasurer 3. Officer, President 4. SHARON JENKINS JOY JOHNSON VALORIE JOHNSON-Red Cross 2, Future Nurses, Representative 3, Vice-President 4, National Honor Society 4, Library 3, Office Assistant 3, 4, Intramural Volleyball Champ, Captain 4. DEANNE JONES-Starlets 3, 4, Annual Staff, Class Editor 4, Y-Teens, Secretary 2, Senior Play 4, Linz Pin 2, National Honor Society 3, 4, Student Council 2, Thespian Society 4, Dress Right Show Representative 4, Rep- resentative for Traffic Commission 2, Home- room Officer 1, 2, 3. ROBERT JONES-Archery Club I, Spanish Club 3, Table Tennis Club 1, ROTC 2, 3. BETTY JORDAN-Red Cross Representative 2, 3, Student Council 2, 3, Dal-Hi Orchestra, Librarian 2, 3, 4, Tumbling Club, Treasurer 2, All-State Orchestra 3, 4, Starlets 4, Fantasia for Strings 3, 4. MELBA JORDAN-Valentine Queen 4, DAR Candidate 4, Titche's Teen Board 4, Dress Right Show 4, Y-Teens 2, Senior Play 4, Thespian Society 4, Sentinel Staff 4, Senior Pub 4, Most Popular Senior, Homeroom Officer Secretary 4, Square Dance 3. CHARLIE JURICEK-Chess and Checkers 3, Automotive I, Hotrod 2, Tennis I, Home- room Officer, Vice-President 3. MARGIE JURICEK-Drill Team 1, 2, 37 Junior Red Cross 27 Tumbling Club 37 Fut- ure Teachers Club, President 37 Boots and Baton Club 1, 27 Homeroom Officer, Sec- retary 2. SALLYANN KALLUS-Starlets 47 Annual Staff, Favorites Ed. 47 Y-Teens 2, 37 Ice Skating Club 2, 37 Operetta 3i Choral and A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3i Tennis Club 27 Hist. Society 27 Student Council 4. JERRY KILLIAN-'Junior Achievement 2, 37 Hotrod Club 27 Chess and Checkers 27 Pro- iection Club 47 Photography 37 Outdoor Life Club 3i Junior Achievement, President 4. CAROLYN KIRBIE-Drill Team 37 Drill Club 37 Tumbling 37 Office Assistant 37 Home- room Officer, Reporter 1, 2. RICHARD KIRBIE-Athletic Club 1, 2, 37 Track 1, 27 Football 2, 37 Hotrod Club 27 Basketball 27 Science Club 2j Outdoor Club 37 Homeroom, Secretary 1, Vice-President 3j Square Dance Club 2. Game. DEAN LAGLE-Key Club 2, 3, 47 Operetta 1, 2, 37 A Cappella Choir 2, 37 Art Club 47 Dramatics Club 1, 47 Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 47 Military Band 3, 47 Science Club 17 Photography Club 17 Choir Club, Librarian 2. DORIS LANCASTER-Good Manners Club 17 Variety Club 27 Future Nurses Club 2, 37 Homeroom Officer, Vice-President 1, 47 National Honor Society 3, 47 Linz Pin 2. Seniors line up to cheer their 16-0 victory at the Senior TOMMY LAWHORN-Hotrod Club 27 Square Dance Club 2, 37 ICT 47 B-Team Baseball, Manager 27 Football 2, 37 Athletics Club 2, 3. DON LEHEW-Student Council 1, 27 Home- room, Vice-President 2, 47 Junior Red Cross, Vice-President 2, 37 Herpetology Club 27 ROTC, Drill Platoon and Rifle Team. Look out for the ice, Deanne? DON LINDERT-Gun Club l, Sports Club 2, Homeroom Officer 3, Vice-President, FBA 3, Treasurer, Proiectionist Club 2, Most Courteous Senior Boy 4, Student Council 4, ROTC 2, 3. GEORGIA LOUGHLIN-Y-Teens l, Modeling 1, Y-Teens 2, Good Manners Club 2. HELEN LUKE-FHA 3, 4, Pan-American 4, Linz Bible Award, National Honor Society 4, Future Teachers 4, President, Student Council 4, Library Assistant 2, 4, Book Club 2. BILLY MACK LUMLEY-Science Club 2, Ath- letics Club 2, 3, Proiection Club 2, Out- door Life 3, Basketball Manager l, 2, 3, Homeroom Officer 2, 3, 4, President, Treasurer, Reporter, Square Dance 3. SENIORS DON LUNDAY-B-Team Baseball 2, A-Team Baseball 3, 4, Photography Club 2, Home- room Officer 4, Treasurer. JIMMIE LOU MCCAIN-Book Club l, Home- room Officer 3, 4, President, Drill Team 1, Game Club l, Good Scholarship Club 3. SANDY MCCLAIN-Annual Staff 2, 3, 4, Club Editor 3, Copy Editor 4, Valentine Representative 3, Homeroom Officer l, 2, 3, 4, Secretary, President, Vice-President, Thespians 4, Vice-President, Dramatics Club 2, Choral Club 2, 3, Tumbling Club 2, A Cappella Choir l, 2, 3, 4. BARBARA MCCLELLAN-Junior Red Cross 3, Future Nurses Club 2, Tumbling Club 2. BILL MCCUTCHEON-Key Club 3, 4, Na- tional Honor Society 3, 4, Proiection Club 2, 3, 4, Aeronautics Club 2, Homeroom Officer 3, President. SENIORS DAVID MCDANIEL-ROTC 4, Commandanis CLAUDE MASSEY-All-Parade Ribbon 3, Efficiency Ribbon 2, Red, White, and Blue Student Council 1, Archery Club 1, All-"A" Ribbon 1, 2, 3, 4, Athletics Ribbon 4, Olym- Ribbon 3, 4, Rifle Team 3, Drill Team Plans 4F TfaCk Team li 50Xlf19 Team 2: Asst. Comm. 3, Marksmanship Ribbon 4, Spanish Club 1. Cadet Maior 4, Intelligence-Regimental Staff 4. ANNE McKEE-A Cappella Choir 4, Y-Teens JOHN MAYS 3. TRUDY MAPLES-Future Nurses Club 1, 2, 3, SAUNDRA MEAD-Y-Teens 2, Drill Team 4, 4, President, Clinic Assistant 4, Office Assist- Art Service Club 4. ant l, 2, 3. PEGGY MARTIN-Charm Club 1, Drill Team KAROYN MELTON-Cl'10fUS Club 3: A CHP- 2, 3, Tumbling Club 2, Y-Teens 1, Future pella Choir 3, 4, National Honor Society Nurses 2. 3, 4, Operetta 3, 4. SHIRLEY MARVIN-Typists Club 2, Na- tional Honor Society 4. ROSA LEA MELTON-A Cappella Choir 2 3, Choral Club 2, 3, Thespians 3, 4, Dra matics 3, 4, Homeroom Officer 3, 4, Vice- President, Operetta 2, 3, Drill Team 3, Y- Teens 2. 1 SENIORS PAT MILLER-Good Manners l5 Safety Club I5 Tumbling Club 25 Tennis 25 Book Club 35 Future Teachers 3, Reporters5 Champion Volleyball Team 4, Captain5 National Honor Society 45 Most Energetic Senior Girl 45 SMU Playday 4. REBECCA MILLER-Safety Club 'l5 Office Assistant I5 A Cappella Choir 2, 35 Tennis Club 25 Operetta 2, 35 Chorus Club 25 Square Dance Club 35 Homeroom Officer, Vice-President5 Dramatics 4. ANN MIODUSZEWSKI-Commercial Club 25 Future Hornemakers 45 Spanish Club 45 Intramurals Contests 2. BARBARA MITCHELL-Chorus 'I5 A Cap- pella Choir 2, 3, 45 Charm Club 2, 35 Dra- matics Club 15 Good Manners Club I5 Op- eretta 2, 45 Homeroom Officer I, Secretary5 Office Assistant 2. JAMES MOON-Hunting and Fishing 25 DE 45 DE Essay Contest, Honorable Mention 45 Chess and Checkers l. EDDIE MOORE--B-Team Football 25 Hotrod Club 25 Athletic Club I, 25 Automotive Club 35 Hunting and Fishing I5 Choral Club 2. PHlLl.lP MOORE-Student Council 25 Foot- ball 1, 25 Tennis Club l, 25 Golf l. LINDA MORGAN-FHA 25 Library Club 25 Future Nurses 3, 45 Tumbling Club 35 Drill Team 3, 45 Y-Teens 45 Latin Club 4. TENIA MORGAN-Art Club 3, 45 President5 Drill Team 35 Cheerleader 45 A Cappella Choir I, -2, 3, 45 FHA 2, Reporter5 Stage Crafters 25 Duchess 25 Student Council 35 Drill Club 35 Charm Club 3. BARBARA MORRIS-Y-Teens 25 Future Teachers Club 15 Future Secretaries l5 Tumbling Club 25 Typing Club 35 Civics Club 3. ...td S IORS BILL MOSER-A Cappella 2, 3, 4, Operetta 3, Automobile Club 3, Sentinel Staff, Busi- ness Manager 4, Chorus Club 3, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4. JAMES MOSER-Science Club I, 2, Hotrod Club 3, Baseball 2. BILLY MULDER-Homeroom Officer, Rep- resentative 3, Secretary 4, Student Council 2, Track 3, Second Annual Sears Award 4, Third Place Essay Contest 4. KENNETH MURRY-B-Baseball Team 2. TERESSA MYRICK-Drill Team I, Drill Club I, FHA, Chorus Club, Tumbling Club, Square Dance, Typing Club, Y-Teens, Art Club, Charm Club, Homeroom Officer I, 2, Vice-President, Secretary. ROBERT NABOURS-Proiection Club 2, Pres- ident, Spanish Club 2, Student Council 4, Aeronautics Club I, Chess and Checkers I, Homeroom Officer 4, President, Science Club 4. WELDON NASH-ROTC 2, 4, National Hon- or Society 4. ARLENE NELSON-Drill Team 3, 4, Officer, A Cappella Choir I, 2, 3, 4, Thespians 4, National Honor Society 4, Homeroom Of- ficer 4, Reporter, Variety Club 2, Operetta I, 2, 3, 4, Senior Play 4, Choral Club 2, Drill Club 3, 4, Best Thespians Award 4. PAUL NOAH Sing boys sing SENIORS BOBBY NUNN-Junior Red Cross l, 2, 3, 4, President, Vice-President, Sketching Club I, 2, Vice-President, Art Club 4, Chorus 2, President, Junior Traffic Commission 3. CHARLES PADGETT-Chess and Checkers 3, Homeroom Officer 3, Vice-President, DE Club 3, Secretary, DE 3, 4, Athletics l, 2, ROTC l, 2. PAT PALAUCH MARTHA JANE PARKER-Drill Club 3, 4, Drill Team 3, 4, Manager, Thespians 3, 4, Future Teachers 2, Secretary, Guides Club 3, 4, A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 4, Chorus Club lf 21 37 Secretary 3, Operetta i, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens l. Why so solemn, Arlene? " 1' -1'Vf'T . W:-sifhtf' DORRIS PARKS-Variety Club 2, Typing Club 2, Library Assistant I, Typing Club 3. LLOYD PATE-Athletics l, 2, 3, 4, Football B-Team 2, A-Team 3, 4, Baseball B-Team 2, A-Team 3, Student Council l, Homeroom Officer 2, 3, 4, President, Vice-President, Treasurer, Hotrod Club 2. FRED PATRICK-Track 2, 3, 4, Football 2, Homeroom Officer 2, 3, Secretary, Choral Club 2, 3, 4, Art Club 1, Basketball 1. LA RUE PENDLEY-Charm Club 2, 3, Y- Teens 2, Mixed Chorus 2, Chorus Club 2, Typing Club 2, Library Club 4, Vice-Presi- dent, Library Assistant 4. CHARLETTE PENDLETON-Homeroom Of- ficer 2, President, A Cappella Choir 2, 3, Operetta 2, 3, Dramatics Club 2. SENIORS DON PERRY DOROTHY RICHIE HINDMAN PHILLIPS-Science Club 4, 4-H GAIL RIDENOUR-Honor Roll 4: Clinic As- 2, Reporter, Dance Club 2, Track Team I, sisfant 3, 4: Future Nurses Club 3, Secre- 2, Basketball 2, Football l. tary, Spanish Club 2, JO ANN PHILLIPS l. W. RIVES-Homeroom Officer l, 2, 3, 4, President, A-Team Football 2, 3, 4, Cap- tain 4, Favorite 3, 4, Class President 4, B-Team Baseball 2, A-Team Baseball 3, Square Dance Club 3, Vice-President, Key Club 2, 3, 4, Hotrod Club 2, Athletics 2, 3. THOMAS REEVES CHARLES ROBERTS EVA LOUISE REID-Future Nurses Club 'l, LA WANA ROBINSON-Homeroom Officer Future Nurses Convention 4, Variety Club 3, President, Y-Teens 2, Book Club 3, DE l, Volleyball Championship Team 4, Tum- 4, Tumbling Club 2, Volleyball Champion- bling Club 3, Typing Club 3. ship Team 3, Co-Captain, Besketball Tour- nament 2. SENIORS JOHNNIE ROBISON-Drill Platoon 4, NDCC 4, Homeroom Officer 1, 2, 4, President, Vice-President, Reporter, Guides Club 3, Aeronautics Club 2, Treasurer, Hunting and Fishing Club 2, President, Proiection Club 2, Vice-President, Secretary, ROTC 4. DONALD RODEN-Homeroom Officer 1, 2, Treasurer, Vice-President, Football 1, 2, 3, Baseball 1, 2, Engineers Club 2, Hotrod Club 1, 2, Vice-President, Metal Shop Club 2, President. GAY ALLEN ROGERS-Select Choir 2, 'lum- bling Club 2, Y-Teens 2, 3, Drill Team 3, Homeroom Officer 2, 3, 4, Reporter. KENT ROGERS RONNIE ROMACK-Homeroom Officer 2, 3, 4, President, Vice-President, Freshman Class Officer 1, Vice-President, Spanish Club 2, Student Council 1, Orchestra 2, 3, Journalism 4, Chemistry Club 3, Football 1, 2. BETTY ROMANS-Good Manners Club 1, Secretary, Pan-American 1, 2, Y-Teens 2, Vice-President, Choral Club 3, Treasurer, Drill Club 3, A Cappella 2, 3, 4, Secretary, Homeroom Officer 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary, Treasurer, Most Courteous Senior Girl 4, Operetta 1, 2, 3, Drill Team 3, 4. MICHAEL ROOME-Key Club 2, 3, 4, Stu- dent Council 4, Homeroom Officer 2, Pres- ident, National Honor Society 3, 4, Presi- dent, B-Team Basketball 2, A-Team Basket- ball 3, 4, Athletics Club 2, Dixie-Land Band 1, 2, Operetta 1, 2, All-City Band 2. PAUL RUTHERFORD-Science Club 4, Presi- dent, Tennis Team 4, NDCC 4, Rifle Team 4, National Honor Society 4, Student Coun- cil 1, Good Scholarship Club 2, 3, Archery Club 1. BUSTER SANDERS-Projection Club 1, 2, 3, Science Club 1, 2, 4, Chemistry Club 3, 4, Tennis Team 2, 4, Tennis Club 2, 3, Visual Aid Helper 1, 2, 3, Pan-American Club 1, 2. LARRY SANDERS-Key Club 2, 3, 4, Junior Board Director, President, Homeroom Of- ficer 4, Proiection Club 3, Secretary, Dele- gate to International Con., A Cappella Choir 4, Boys' Glee Club 3, Science Club 1, Outdoor Life 2. SENIORS LYNN SANDERSON Joe-why steal the show? PEGGY SAMFORD-Y-Teens 27 Dramatics Club lg Charm Club 25 Science Club lp Operetta 2. GLORIA SIMS-FHA 'l, 2, 37 Future Nurses Club 2, 3, Librarian Assistant 3. RONALD sANFoRD-Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4, Baseball 2, 3, Key Club 3, 4, Student Council 2, 3, 4, Reporter 3, Best All Round Senior Boy 4, Hotrod Club 2, Guides Club 37 Athletics Club 2. DONALD SELF GAY JEAN SHIRLEY-Student Council 27 Homeroom Officer 2, 3, 4, Treasurer, Vice- President, Secretary, Square Dance Club 31 Sentinel Staff 4, Dress Right Representative 4, Traffic Safety Conference 2, Office As- sistant 2, 3, 4, FHA 37 Variety Club 2. BAILEY SMITH-Key Club 4, Board Directory Student Council 45 Junior Rotarian 45 Prehistoric Club 4, Chemistry Club 4, B- Team Baseball 2, Homeroom Officer 2, Sec- retary, Senior Play 4, Science Club 4, Sen- ior Assembly. BARRY SMITH-Coin and Stamp Collection Club lp Athletics Club 1, 25 Tennis Team 27 B-Baseball 3, Square Dance Club 2, Auto- mobile Club 3g Basketball Team, Intramural 4. CAROL SMITH-Y-Teen Club 37 Variety Club lg Junior Achievement 3, 4, Vice-President. SE It must have been funny. DONALD SMITH-B-Team Baseball 2, Aero- nautics 2, 3, Reporter, Proiection Club 3, 4, Secretary, Tennis Club 3, Treasurer, Golf Team 4, Captain, Hotrod Club 3, Science 2, Vice-President, Outdoor Life 2, Homeroom Office 2, Reporter. HAROLD SMITH-Football 2, 3, 4, Class Officer I, Treasurer, Athletics Club I, 2, Tennis Club I, Student Council I, 2, 3, 4, Homeroom Officer 3, Vice-President, Speech Club 2, Senior Play 4, Stage Manager, One- Act Play 4. SHARON SMITH VERNON SMITH IORS ROBERT SPARKS-Football I, Student Coun- cil I, Spanish Club 2, Treasurer, Art Club 2, Vice'President, Homeroom Officer 2, Vice-President. MARTHA SPENCER-Future Secretaries I, Variety 2, 3, Y-Teens 2, Charm Club 3, Student Council 3, Office Assistant 3, Sen- tinel Staff 4, Football Queen 4, Homeroom Officer 4, Treasurer. NORMA STACY-Drill Club, Future Nurses Club, Variety Club, Tumbling Club, Home- room Officer 2, 3, Reporter, Vice-President, Stenography Club. BILLY STANGLIN-Tennis Club 2, Photog- raphy Club 2, Aeronautics I, Treasurer, Science Club 4, Linz Pin 3, Tennis Team 2, Hobby Club 4, Secretary, Chess and Check- ers Club 3, Hotrod Club I. DANNY STEPHEN-Little Theater I, Student Council I, Homeroom Officer 3, Vice-Pres- ident, Good Scholarship Club 2. SENIORS SHEILAH STOCKTON-Homeroom Officer 4, Reporter, Student Council 4, A Cappella 4, Operetta 3, 4, Junior Citizens Traffic Commission 2, 3, 4, Secretary, Vice-Char., Juvenile Traffic Court 2, 3, 4, Junior Achievement 3, Secretary, Student Crafts Fair 3, lst Place, Sentinel Staff 4, One-Act Play 4. PATRICIA STULTZ-Red Cross Club 2, Future Nurses Club I, 2, Library Club 4, Future Secretaries 1, National Honor So- ciety 4, A Cappella Choir 2, Volleyball Finalists 2. THOMAS SULLIVAN CONNIE SUMAN-Pan-American Club 'l, 2, 3, 4, President, Drill l, 2, 3, 4, Captain, Guides Club 3, Student Council 2, Senior Play 4, Homeroom Officer 3, 4, Reporter, Secretary, Senior Pub 4, Valentine Court l, Senior Ring Committee 3, National Honor Society 3, 4, Operetta 3. PAT TERRY-A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Charm Club 2, Good Manners l, Dramatics Club l, Homeroom Officer 2, Vice-President, Operetta 4, Declamation Rep. 2, Office As- sistant 3. JOAN THOMPSON-Choral Club 2, Drill Club 2, Tumbling Club 3, Drill Team l, 2, 3, Junior Achievements 3, Honorable Men- tion DE Contest 4, Operetta 3. MAXEY THOMPSON-Hotrod Club 2, Ath- letics 2, Photography 3. WANDA THORN-Student Council l, Class Officer l, Secretary, Favorite I, Most Beau- tiful, A Cappella Choir l, 2, 3, Homeroom Officer 2, Secretary, Square Dance Club 3, Operetta l, 2, 3, Charm Club 2, Choral Club 2. JERRY sYMNs-Homeroom officer 1, 2, 3, LINDA TIDWELL 4, Secretary, President, Vice-President, Stu- dent Council 2, Hotrod Club 3, Vice-Presi- dent, Field and Stream 2. SENIORS CAROL TISON GLENDA VANDERWORTH-Student Council l, 2, 3, 4, Football Queen Nominee 2, Val- entine Princess 2, 3, Starlets 3, 4, Lt. and Co-Capt., Most Popular Junior 3, National Honor Society 4, Thespian Society 3, 4, Treasurer, Annual Staff 3, 4, Editor 4, Senior Play, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Class Officer 1, Reporter, Linz Pin. JOHN TOWLES-Chorus Club 2, Hotrocl PAUL VANN-Aeronautics Club 3. Club 2, Science Club 4, Athletics Club 3, Automotive Club 3, Hunting and Fishing 1, Aeronautics. CHARLENE TUCKER JARREL TUNNELL-B-Team Baseball 2, Homeroom Officer 2, Vice-President, Ath- letics Club 2, Aeronautics 2, B-Team Foot- ball 3, Manager Basketball 3, Operetfa 3, Dramatics Club 3, A Cappella Choir 4, Dramatics Club 4. SHIRLEY TUNNELL-Drill Team 2, 3, Drill Club 3, Homeroom Officer Vice-President, Linz Pin 3. DIANNE VAUGHN-FHA Club 4, Historian Club 3, Y-Teens 2. STARR VERNON-National Honor Society 4, Art Club 4, Vice-President, Junior Red Cross 2, Pub Staff 4, Proiection Club 2, 3, Junior Achievement 4, Secretary, Y-Teens l, Office Assistant 3, 4, Art Club 2, 3. FERN JOY WAGNER-Teen Age Council 4, Variety Club 3, Future Nurses Club 2, Future Secretaries 2, Y-Teens 4, Secretary, Drill Club 2, 3, Secretary, Tumbling Club 2, 3, Office Assistant 2, 3, 4, Junior Red Cross 2, 3, Drill Team l, 2, 3, 4. SENIORS LINDA WALKER-Student Council 4, Home- room Officer 4, Treasurer, Office Assistant 4. JENELLE WALLIS-Art Service Club 2, Dra- matics Club 4, Clinic Assistant 4, Pub 4, Homeroom Officer 4, Reporter, Baseball Captain 3, Volleyball Captain 3, Red Cross 2, Proiection 2, 3. GAYLE WEBB GEORGE WEBB-Homeroom Officer 3, 4, President, Secretary, Treasurer, B-Team Foot- ball 3, A-Team Football 4, Track 3, Square Dance Club 3. SUZIE WARFEL--National Honor Society 4, FAYRENE WEESNER-A Cappella Choir 2, 4. Y-Teens 2, Linz Award 2. BILLY WATKINS ANNA ROWENA WAYMIRE VALORIE WEBER MICHAEL WHITE-Football 2, 3, Hotrod Club 2, Athletics 2. SENIORS DWAIN WILDER-Science Club 4, Vice-Pres- ident, Chemistry Club 4, Junior Texas As' tronomical Society 3, 4, A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Operetta 2, 3, 4, Band Club 'l, 2, Band l, 2, 3, 4, Engineers Club 4, Science Fair 4, Pub Staff 4, Sentinel 3. JACK WILSON-Band l, 2, Key Club 3, 4, Cheerleader 3, 4, Pan-American 3, Vice-Pres- ident, Square Dance 2, Student Council 3, Traffic Court 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Senior Play 4, Class Favorite 4, Dress Right Rep. 3, Bible Award 2. TOM WIMPEE-Key Club 2, 3, 4, A cap- pella Choir 3, 4, Bible Credit 3, Male Glee Club 2, Operetta 3, 4. JACKIE TINNEY WOODARD-Homeroom Officer 3, Reporter, Drill Team 2, 3, Drill Club 3, President, A Cappella Choir l, 2, 3, 4, Operetta I, 2, 3, 4, Dramatics Club 2. MARY JANE WRAY-Junior Red Cross 2, 3, Y-Teens 2, Future Secretaries Club 1, Choral Club l, Future Nurses 3. JIMMY YATES-Military 2, 3, 4, Key Club I, 2, 3, 4, Junior Director, Camp Dallas ROTC 4, Junior Citizens Traffic Commission 2, 3, 4, Juvenile Traffic Court 2, 3, 4, Traffic Safety Conference 2, 3, Operetta 3, Band l, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra l, 2, 3, All-City Orchestra 2, 3, Rifle Team 3, 4, Key Club National Con. l, 3. JOHN YATES-Football 2, 3, Track 3. 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Tenia Morgan receives her diploma from Mrs. Tracy Rutherford, who is assisted by Principal W. O. Pipes. ISI SENIOR HISTORY Although our first two and a half years found us at different senior high schools we came together to form the second graduating class of W. W. Samuell High School. As individuals we entered high school with a strange lost feeling. We were only the lowest of underclassmen-Freshmen. We did, however, elect class officers. They were Joe Hyden, president, Gay Jean Shirley, vice-president, Wanda Thorn, secre- tary, Harold Smith, treasurer, and Glenda Vanderworth, reporter. Our Daisy Mae candidates were Julia McKinnon and Charles Wheat. We elected freshman favorites at the end of the year. Julia McKinnon and Charles Wheat were Most Popular. Wanda Thorn was our Prettiest girl and Bobby Griffis was our Most Handsome boy. As sophomores we felt a little braver because most of Us had a year's experience in high school. We elected Sabina Bennett, Glenda Vanderworth, and Cherry John- son as our Valentine Representatives to the Valentine Dance. Our sophomore fa- vorites were Sabina Bennett and Joe Hyden. Our Junior year marked an important event. We moved at mid-term to the big, new, and beautiful building of W. W. Samuell High School. We were all brought together then. We met many new friends, and we all joined together to make our high school the best yet. Our junior favorites were Glenda Vanderworth and l. W. Rives. Our representatives at the Valentine Dance were Sandy McClain, Sabina Bennett, and Glenda Vanderworth. Then, we finally made it. We were the "big wheels" at last. Our senior year was the best of all. Our president was I. W. Rives, our vice-president, Bobby Griffis, and our secretary, Peggy Allen. Our favorites were Melba Jordan and l. W. Rives, Most Popular, Peggy Allen and Joe Hyden, Most Likely to Succeed, and Horace Hargrove and Pat Miller, Most Athletic. Our beauties were selected by the celebrity, Pat Boone. He chose Joan Thompson and Jack Wilson as our Most Beautiful and Handsome Seniors. Our student council president was Joe Hyden. Melba Jordan was elected Valentine Queen. Our princesses were Donna Graham, Sabina Bennett, and Barbara Brunson. Martha Spencer was elected Football Queen. Our nominee was Sabina Bennett. Stanley Hauerwas and Barbara Brunson were our head cheer- leaders. Tenia Morgan, Donna Farrar, Manny Carter, Jack Wilson, and Johnny Cog- burn were cheerleaders. We have completed our journey and goal we started reaching for four years ago. Now we look forward to another journey, the journey from our guarded shell of childhood to the responsibilities of man and womanhood. May God bless and guide us as we go. DEANNE JONES Class Editor Barbara Adair Jerry Adams Nicky Alexander David Allen Ronnie Alsbrook Charmayne Altaneau Jerry Anderson Larry Archer Landra Arnett William Balusek Susan Barber Linda Barrett Patsy Bedwell Linda Bell Billy Berry Brenda Berryhill Linda Busby Suzanne Black Preston Blackstone Judy Blakeney Ed Blasingame Glenn Boone Jeanette Booth Pat Boren Betty Baughtman Evelyn Bowen Marcia Bray Tommy Bray Linda Bridges Charlotte Brooks Helen Brooks Larence Brooks Linda Brooks Dale Broucht Jeanie Brown John Bullard Brenda Buss Myrna Bussell Martha Butlar Gerald Byrd Lorena Byrd John Calvert Julia Calvert Authur Capps Theressa Casey Marcus Cervantes Sarah Christian Norma Clark l54 Robert Clamon JU IORS 'L JU IORS David Clounts Bill Collins Kenneth Cooley Frank Cooley Linda Conklin Janet Copprel David Cox Toledo Cox Charles Craft James Craft Jackie Craker Wanda Crawford Marilyn Cross Gene Crossley Henry Culpepper Sharon Dandiluck Ray Dash Jerry Dawson LaDelle DeFreeze Donald Dennis Charlotte Dial Mary Dickerson Pat Dickson Calvin Donnell Ronald Douglas Patsy Dugger Lonea Dunbar James Earnheary Larry Easterling Pansy Eaton Jewel Eggert David Eisele Jimmy Eisele Larry Ellsworth Patsy Elmore Roy Elder Rona Ellis Harriett Emerson Janet Erwin Mike Evans Alacia Farley Jo Ann Feggara David Ferrell Mike Flanery Jimmie Fleming Sandra Forsythe Larry Freeman Lynna Gibson Lesley Gates Leann Garrett Geany Gardner Lynn Ganze Carolyn Gilbert Lee Roy Glasscock Lynette Glenn Beverly Glover Dwaine Gough Barbara Gowin Freddy Green Harry Greene Shirley Green Sondra Green Mary Gray Sandra Griffin Charles Hancock George Hanes Joe Henry Hanes Bill Harris Mike Hatchel Martha Hayden Marion Hayes Jimmy Hedgpeth Ervalene Henderson Bobby Herriage Wayne Herrin Sarah Hester Harriett Hettich Lester Hickerson Gail Hicks Johnnie Higginbotham Danah Hodges David Hitt Teddy Hodges Jeanette Booth LaVone Holland Shirley Holley Atnelle Holleyman Patty Hollywood Janet Holt Judy Hoppy Elizabeth Howell Mike Hoyt Alan Hincir Madalyne Hudgens Rebecca Hudson Don Hughey Steve Humphrey Linda Hunt JU IORS Jolayne Jackson Sandra Jackson Eloise Johnston Jimmy Johnson Joe Bob Johnson Judy Johnson Carolyn Jones Tommy Jones Alan Jordan Christine Karlen Brenda Karney Ruth Keiser David Kemp Sammy Kines Jerry Kirkham Dan Klempel Kenneth Klatt R. 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FlRST ROW, lett to right: Geraldine Hampton, Sandra Caldwell, Elaine Rasken, Linda Guess, Gail Grafflin, Renee Haney, Jean Ann Griner, Linda Gunn, Shirley Hamilton, Pat Gregory. SECOND ROW: Miss Elam, Rodney Wheeler, Jerry Hart, George Hatzenbuehler, Leslie Hansen, Steve Harmon, Mike Harris, Don Murrah. THIRD ROW: Melvin Smith, Truman Grayson, Earl Harris, Randolph Hampton, Stephen Hatchel, Jerrel Grubbs, Russell Vicars, Zirrell Hall. SOPHOMORES FIRST ROW, left to right: Carolyn Chandler, Vonda Matlock, Alice Cannaday, Sharon Chadwick, Patsy Carey, Margie Carrol, Linda Clark Davis, Sherry Clontz, Yvette Calvert. SECOND ROW: Mr. Cleere, Nolan Buie, Gene Bullard, Dan Caldwell, Richie Calhoun, Charles Bryner, Gerlyn Carter, Barbara Chote, Velina Clifton, A. J. King. THIRD ROW: Henry Butler, Jack Coombs, Jerry Burchfield, Raliegh Brown, Don Brown, James Burns, Larry Carder, Donny Burkley, Gene Carter, Danny Canup, Welton Calvert. FIRST ROW, left to right: Delores Thompson, Carol Stuffs, Oleta Taylor, Charlotte Wheeler, Betty Taylor Yvonne Leblanc, Linda Stroman. SECOND ROW: Jerry Toon, Sherri Stroud, Dianne Teague, Sharon Sumrow Paulette Gibson, Kay Swanner, Susie Harper, Kenneth Taylor, Mr. Wagnon. THlRD ROW: James R. Taylor Don Teague,, Larry Symns, Roy Taylor, Jimmy Lynd, Danny Vanderburg, Charles Traylor, Eugene Trueblood Clyde Talley, Dwayne Tucker. SOPHOMORES FIRST ROW, left to right: Martha McKinnon, Marinell Mixon, Joan Mead, Mildred Mitchell, Jeanette May, Carol Markham, Margaret Mathis, SECOND ROW: Linda Tucker, Shirley Morris, Sharon Meredith, Patsy Mathiews, Linda Mitchell, Wilma Mach, Paula Blaylock, David Griffin. THIRD ROW: Jerry Barnes, Buddy Miller, Allen Moore, Robert Poynter, Barry Vandiver, Gerald Marshall, Leon Parish, Russell Morris, Don Morris. FOURTH ROW: James Parker, Al Wayne Moore, Vernon Nelson, Jimmy Moore, Henry Parker, Guy Oden, Elvis Long, Robin Morris, Mr. Moore. FIRST ROW, left to right: Georgia Collius, Judy Couch, Rose Criswell, Marcella Waymire, Barbara Coombs Sherry Cummings, Suzanne Cunningham, Juune Marable, Sharron Cook. SECOND ROW: Richard Davis Wayne Childers, Larry 'Carroll, Jerry Packer, Lonnie Cox, David Davis, Kenneth Cooper, Glen Grimes Mr. Crook. THIRD ROW: Dan Davis, Kenneth Chism, Lynn Craft, Ronald Cook, Torn Cross, David Castloo Joe Davis, Norman Cook, Bobby Daniel. SOPHOMORES FIRST ROW, left to right: Judy Scribner, Brynda Scott, Beverly Rowland, Trena Rutherford, Mary Ann Rogers, Glenda Clutts, Nelda Rodgers. SECOND ROW: Virginia Sanders, Lela Schreiber, Sandra Samples, Dennis Smith, Mike Smith, James Wood, Jimmy McDonald. THIRD ROW: Trema Sandlin, Patsy Rutter, Konitta Sanders, Sharon Self, Carl Spence, Johnny Smith, Ronnie Smith, Mr. Stokes. FOURTH ROW: Ken- neth Smith, Jim Bob Smith, Mark Smylie, Jerry Simms, Stevon Sims, Edward Smith, Gaylon Smith, Charles Shipp, Gordon Smith. FIRST ROW, left to right: Don Zimmerman, Rosa Bell Woodard, Ann Wright, Susan Wilson, Shelia Worthy, Sue Young. SECOND ROW: Nancy Wilson, Patricia Wooley, Sharon Wolf, Betty Ann Wood, Linda Young. THIRD ROW: Earnest Woodard, David Ruthledge, Roy Clark, John Wray, Grady Williams, David Williams, Phil Woodruff, David Yarbrough. SOPHOMORES FIRST ROW, left to right: Lady Muse, Ann Kolaczkowski, Louise Lofton, Elizabeth Moses, Jean LeMay, Carolyn Gore, Shirley McDonald, Sheila Stone, elEanor Livingstone, Sylvia McCulloch, Dona Lee. SECOND ROW: Bobby Massey, Danny Shanks, Douglas Martin, Ray Ware, David Melton, Doug Mattix, Mrs. Mitchell. THIRD ROW: Richard Martin, Gordon Meeks, Joe Matthews, William Moser, Bill Miller, John Menton, Robert Marshall, Moody Ballow, Gary Melton. FIRST ROW, left to right: Lynda Pinson, Carol Lee Parmley, Patricia Perkins, Patricia Proza, Joyce Peters, Barbara Points, Carolyn Powers, Kay Payne. SECOND ROW: Miss Paschall, Sharon Phelps, Susan Potter, Sandra Pagitt, Lynn Quick, J. C. Presley, Gary Pyles, Earl Reynolds, James Roberds. THIRD ROW: Milton Roberson, Earnest Pyles, Robert Radney, Richard Reed, Jouett Powell, Harvey Ribble, Lester Ray, Ronal Pyle, Darryl Jobson. SOPHOMORES FIRST ROW, left to right: Carole Morgan, June Myrick, Nita Mountz, Linda Orfield, Jeanette Morgan, Delores Northcutt, Linda Morris, Mary Oliver. SECOND ROW: David Phillips, Roy Perkins, Steve Phillips, Kenneth Penland, Janice Redwine, Phillis Norman, Mary Alice Nale, Sabra Ann Moore. THIRD ROW: Douglas Martin, David Payne, Charles Passons, Clarence Payne, Johnnie Jones, Raymond Biles, Robert Parker, Darol Adye, Billy Madden. FIRST ROW, left to right: Helen Burks, Linda Jo Brooks, Bette Broyles, Nellie Long, Bettie Bratcher, Doris Brockway, Edith Byford, Patricia Barnes, Wayna Bryant. SECOND ROW: Ronnie Berryhill, Edward Brink, John Hay, Senita Bright, Shirley Browning, Patsy Brennan, Donna Brown, Glynneth Brisendine, Mary Brisenf dine, Mr. Beiland. THIRD ROW: Jerry Beaty, Gerard Birdsong, James Iley, Robert Mclntosh, Jimmie Bailey, Ronald Bowman, Jerry Blanton, Edward Berg Jr., Glenn Beyer, Charles Berry, Larry Beckham. SOPHOMORES FIRST ROW, left to right: Lynda Floyd, Irene Gibbs, Darla Farmer, Margaret Freeland, Kathy Evans, Carmen Gillmore, Janis Furtick. SECOND ROW: Maxine Ewing, Jo Ann Fuller, Rebecca Estes, Anna Marie Garza, Jo Ann Woody, Christine Gentry, Richard Hereford. THIRD ROW: James Gage, Charles Geaslin, Alan Gallagher, Richard Fullington, Jerry Franklin, Robert Genzel, Allen Garret, Tim Ghormley. FIRST ROW, left to right: Sharon Erwin, Barbara Dixon, Tanya Diterman, Sue Douglas, Bobbie Dowell. SEC- OND ROW: Eric Erickson, Sam Dunlap, Larry Farmer, Nan Downing, Judy Drumgold, Joanna Day. THIRD ROW: Clinton Johnston, Douglas Edwards, Kenneth Eakin, Jerry Duggan, David Duggan, Robert Deal. . K xv, 'f 2+-qi, ,T s "i'fiVf 1 f F ,M eq 57 1.. ,,,, 4 A if ,- f A + I 21191 A A W?-5 LQ. 4, ,LM W K -- f Jw .J ,35..:'H ,4 X f Q 5652 ' Jw H X if f , Y ,A,, w ,.A,1..,..Ag ,,.., . ,,,. , em if 2 v K1 YE. Qg gffmxxaifisisi JOE HYDEN SUZIE WARFEL PEGGY ALLEN RUTH BLAIR ANN DODSON BETTYE GOODSON PAT STULTZ Dokls LANCASTER HIGH HONOR STUDENTS OF I957-58 CompIimenI's of KINDER - KRAFT STUDIO 229 PIeasan+ Grove Shopping CenI'er Ralph A. Geddie, Owner Ii-.u SYMNS F 'N "lhsUUa". , Q Eaf hear+y! A+ PTA-Dad's CIuI:: Sponsored SpagheH'i Supper. FLOWER SHOP "Le+ Flowers Express Your Though1's" 8I I2 Lake June Road Phone EX I -0944 HA8-6237 CASSI DY S TEXACO STATION GOODRICH TIRES 9 I rx I ws' 5 V4 A I W 1 , ,D , 5 5 -Yokel 4 -H, ,-ls....2,QW s w,.N -. - 'If 'R-CA5cQlny'5 ,,.,heA N . ., ,. ,, h Q, Y . . , -. - 5', Y . I WV ' M I, ,Li .K J aw P 'K I I u a 7938 Lake June Phone EXI-9056 in re'Hy, Sally. S 174 9 P ENJOY TASTY W ROOT BEER ,,....L Kim-Q. Al. , f A , V M ,x., , '- -, ,z ,, . f , f. fx-Z, ., ,l."'1'IX-':5'wJ'.r,zM V I f-f-f . I., 1 ,I -I 5 Q I f S S I' f ' I ' ,L jg. :Si jg ' - K 'f 7' " if 'I' "'g5:vi'5ik7ieSf'i1iW?l4f'.Qif"Z5?F' QHIQEQIQV ,f,i,5,,m,L,- IQ, V I q , - , I sw- N .. I f ' -11 we-'iwaifwffwf 85I6 Lake June RCI. EXI-6I53 BAR B-Q DIXIE BURGERS CHILI DOGS CHEESEBURGERS ICY ORANGE MALTS AND SHAKES These young ladies came sfraighi from 'Ihe Nile. I75 Q BEAUTY SERVICE I CAR iji ' mmos A 'nC'UC""g ' E -1 EOR PERSONALIZED E eff L HQMQE ,42., 0 Halr Sfyllng, Bleaching A ' Sfark Call for Appoinfmenf BELLE STARK BEAUTY SALON A 4005 A URBAN AVE. EVI-I5I7 I 334 So. Buckner and Tin+ing Guaran'reed Radio, TV Repair Nighi' Pho. EX8-9925 Maioreifes perform ai' Educaiion Day Assembly. GROVE STATE BANK MEMBER F.D.I.C. 1 I-E -, , 7 3 , ,lei c,,,1p, ,Vw , ,liar wwi in L fi' rim ' 1 , - P 1' fe-: ef :Mag 525: Congra'l'ula+ions +0 1'he Senior, Junior, and Sophomore Classes of W. W. Samuell High School. These honors are expressed fo each individual and we have chosen Glenda Van- derworfh as our represen'ra+ive. Go ge? him, Sparhan! Compliments of KENT AUTO PARTS 8245 SCYENE RD. EV-I-I I97 FITZGERALD PAINT 81 HARDWARE CO. Your Decorafion Cen'Ier S'Iore No. I 8007 LAKE JUNE RD. EX-I-2I4I DaIIas Sfore No. 2 TOWN 8: COUNTRY SHOPPING VILLAGE SeagoviIIe Now, Ihis is Ihe way if is done. Complimenfs of S. D. RAMSEY Represenfing SOUTHWESTERN BALFOUR CO. DALLAS, TEXAS Jewelers and Stationers For All Our Senior Classes TROPHIES AND MEDALS CLASS RINGS AND PINS DIPLOMAS AND CERTIFICATES ANNOUNCEMENTS AND CARDS ALADDIN CLEANERS "One Day Service" l43 PLEASANT GROVE SHOPPING CENTER EXI-3556 Gaiher around ihe piano and SING. n Marina Spencer and Escorf. Eddie Me McKEE JEWELERS Gree+ing Cards for All Occasions 259 PLEASANT GROVE SHOPPING CENTER EX'-43" Sieve Humphrey and Suzanne Black af Chrisfmas Dance. nion. CONGRATULATIONS +o +he SPARTANS S Our Besi' Wishes for 'Phe Fu'I'ure GRADY WALL REAL ESTATE Two Offices O. BUCKNER 9424 SECOND EXI-3498 AT6-I IO4 AVE l8l 5A"'5':'5D FOR QUALITY CLEANING UI , 4. 3 I - H ,ig Ca DASCH CLEANERS EV. I-I54I L 1 'TT I 8400 Scyene Road Hargrove on deck. I Ag ' f 4 MENS N 'Z' , WEAR - G , I39 PLEASANT GROVE SHOPPING CENTER DALLAS I 7, TEXAS I82 HUDGEN'S FOODS X' 51 cl 1: 3 ' M II X if ,gi X DEPENDABLE SERVICE 7I02 Lake June aI' Jim Miller EX I - I 327 JOHNSON'S TEXACO SERVICE TE AC0 zoos SOUTH BUCKNER I Exn-4aa4 -'L ee "Go WIII1 'Joe' and Texaco LUBRICATION POLISHING TIRE REPAIR WASH WE PICK UP AND DELIVER MOTOR TUNE-UP BRAKE SERVICE WHEEL BALANCING MUFFLER AND PIPE INSTALLATION our Cf ,. .,,.1'-:f3"f' IVJCII Tl ' C 3 IIDEPENDABLE 0 Dfzueelsr PLEASANT GROVE PHARMACY I3I5 So. Buckner EXI-3I97 Free Delivery PrescripI'ion Specialisi' I83 CONGRATULATIONS, SENIORS MARGO'S for Magic in Fashions 237 Pleasan+ Grove Shopping Cen+er EX-I-3302 Karoyn Mellon playing fhe vibra-harp ai Christmas Par+y. iiiiii 'f 'i if ' ji-3-x LU M B E R co M PANY, IN C ' ERIALS 'f:!p7'?f55"' 6K,F77 BUlLll?1l:li1l?l:2lSA 28 X 223' fm H50 S. Buckner Blvd. DALLAS I7, TEXAS S. D. Sprinkle Barry Smilh and Ann Thompson af Foofball Da P 81 H BEAUTY SALON I34 Piedmonl Shopping Village 11 me ,.. K wr, ., , L life TSW' Tm 'E T 4' 1 A K, .f ,,., if il l PEBBLE RICKMAN R055 TODARD GRACE ASKINS RUSTY UPTON BILLY RICKMAN Prescriplions and Your Order 'for Medical Supplies Delivered A FREE n :i'il"" 'www WORLD CUT RATE DRUG STORE l24l S. Buclmer Blvd. EXI-3I4I 32" iq 'fit L . B I, PLEASANT GROVE BOWLAN ES 78I2 Lalce June Rd. EX8-725I Bowl 'For Heal1'l1 Bowl for Fun DICK HOUCK, Propriefor l85 lf MACON - HOLCOMB FUNERAL HOME AMBULANCE SERVICE FAMILY GROUP INSURANCE ,, .,M,,.,, 8I42 Lake June Rd. EXI-4600 '86 Carolyn York receiving Band Boosier Prize. PAUL'S FLORIST 81 GREENHOUSE Hospifal Arrangemenfs Wedding Decora+ions Flowers Telegraphed Funeral Designs Po? Plan'I's, Corsages 20 I 7 SO. BUCKNER EXI-5993 Decorafing for Valeniine Dance. '87 BARRET MARTlN'S SINCLAIR MOTOR CCM PANY SERVICE STATION ,gk , Washing-Greasing-Accessories I538 So. Buckner Blvd. EX I-3I93 I236 So. Buckner Blvd. EXI-3660 Q een Melba Jordan and +l1e Royal Crown B earer PLEASANT GROVE CLEANERS Complele Cleaning and Laundry Service 8OII Lake June Rd. EXI-5687 B fig." 55235 ' 5333? Subur m l Q bl. I LB! ' rg lr. Illi I Q, The Communiiy Newspaper-Serving Samuell Area PUBLISHING- PRINTING 8I I4 Lake June Rd. 52.00 per Year by Mail "Pa+ience" casf ai dress rehearsal. O. L,. SUTPHEN FURNITURE I47-B Pleasanr Grove Shopping Cen+er EXI-5387 Full S+ock of Modern and Con+emporary Furnifure for Your SeIec+ion No lnferesi' No Carrying Charges EL CHARO RESTAURANT E- I ry Alice Nale, Richard Smiih, Marie Allen, and Russell Pleasanf Grove Cen+er ars harmonize. EX8-7590 MRS. MONA PARISH, Owner HORN - WILLIAMS Your Au'l'l'1orized Forcl Dealer SALES - SERVICE 2060 So. Buckner al' Bru+on PLEASANT GROVE EX I -3 I 45 IQQ Arfhur Capps alias lchabod Crane. BUCKNER REALTY CO. Real Es+a1'e Commifmenfs Loans Y A 'A Y '1 R fi 1 W E'fMfr'4R'5nR' an Ffa Y P, l6!0 HLfif?i.,f'QYQ i5ifE5J3fwY EXPZU3 l I6I0 So. Buckner Office EXI-2l I3 Nighf EXI-23l7 HAYES-THOMPSON-SANDERSON Comple+e Insurance Pro+ec+ion HARVEY HAYES ROGER THOMPSON l207 So. Buckner EXI-2l3I fmas Pa rfy VAN VOAST DEPARTMENT STORE 310515 Sporfing Goods Mercury Mofors Texas Maid Sooner 8208 SCYENE ROAD EV. I-2547 3 K, '92 Cold and wer, buf pleniy of fun. "The Cone WH41 'H1e Curl on Top" BENSON DAIRY QUEEN I238 So. Buckner Blvd. EXI-375' .1 ' -'V'w14E?S 9' HM L ' ' : z fj f' if " 6 GOOD HAMBURGERS THICK MALTS Roaring 20's Fashion Show? '93 0 I FEATURING YOUNG FASHIONS Ladies and Junior Sizes Two SI'ores 247 PLEASANT GROVE SHOPPING CENTER 2570 GUS TI-IOMASSON ROAD Phone EXI-I923 or DAI-6074 Queen Marina Spencer and AIan Jordan af Foofball Coro- naiion. MU RRAY'S I TEXACO SERVICE EXI-4382 , Z ' A may :uwi 4' Y FAST ROAD SERVICE Your Texaco DeaIer 8449 Lake June '94 This is dancing? BUCK'S TV 81 RECORD SHOP JIMMY HUETT, Owner M55 STORE NO. I I3ll So. Buckner EXI-3887 STORE NO. 2 l09l0 Garland Rd. DA7-4975 1 The King and Queen and 'their court '95 JOHN READ 81 GUY BERRY INSURANCE REAL ESTATE FIRE SALES LIFE RENTALS AUTO WE BUY EQUITIES LIABILITY HOSPITALIZATION I434 So. Buckner BIvcI. EX I -2283 EX I -3980 We Iose more Ieachers fhai' way! Meaning Mr. McEIroy, Mrs. Callahan, and Mr. Yo g See Your Local DESOTO-PLYMOUTH Aufhorized Dealer for a New or Used Car LEONARD DUCKWORTH AGENCY Realfor BUY WM' C""f'de"ce 7827 Lake June Rd. Ex:-I l4l BRUTON MOTORS l802 S. Buckner Ph. EXI-I I37 Personalized Hair Sfyling PATRICK'S BEAUTY SALON r l EXI-5294 783I LAKE JUNE RD. ' TOP - HAT CLEANERS 81 LAUNDRY ,A A... WWW... ,W-iw-M' ' n.u.,,....,, M ,,,.,.,, V, - , , li W Y '!"QP"H T CLEANERS E LAUN I336 So. Buckner Blvd. EXI-0790 ' E 'W F ' Y mmiiuxwbrr H . - Y Y 4, , V 'M 1 ,?'!'11W'wl5 !W'7 gi, ' J iv 2n'f f:fvf v 1 , , H A A Punch, anyone? LITHOGRAPHED BY In TAYLOR PUBLISHING co Q X iw if.-211,15 o '1'ifXixt'S f v r 2 2 9 E E


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