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THE KINKAIDIAN

VOLUME VII'

J 955

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fOREWORD

We, the staff of 1955, have looked not

as

picture

a

tained, but

as a

Between the

a

well

as

bigger,

we

covers

to

be assembled

or a

in

be reached-an ambition

responsibility.

newer, and

we

We took

to

to

be main足

be fulfilled.

on

taught

in

the

of

job

co足

dependability bringing

you

better Annual. Through the hard work of all

goal.

Because of the enthusiastic

had lots of fun and

well done.

tradition

of this Kinkaidian lie the results of close

have achieved this

everyone

job

goal

to

this edition of the Annual

and the results of lessons well

operation as

book

on

we

hope you'll

help

find that this is

of a


MR. W. J. GOLDSTON

MR. ISAAC ARNOLD

MR. LAMAR

FLEMING, JR.

MR. JOHN W. MECOM

MR. H. M. CROSSWELL, JR.

MRS. FRANK C. GUTHRIE

MR. PAUL E. TAFT

MR. JAMES A.

ELKINS, JR.

MR. J. W. HERSHEY

MR. W. B. TRAMMELL


MRS. W. J. KINKAID fOUNDER


KINKAID GROWS WITH HOUSTON Kinkaid's

DATE

KINKAID At the insistence of friends and

bors, Mrs. home

Margaret

school with

small

a

enrollment of

an

neigh足

over

1907

circulation of

daily

a

The

and

McKinney

the present

the first Field has 6

was

pupils,

grades

now

teachers, and

more

The

Bank.)

of the Administration

cornerstone

of Rice Institute

Building

The

1914

on

Kinkaid

to

1925

laid.

was

Houston

dock

be in

formally

was

Dorothy, bringing

a

coal,

was

the first cargo vessel

the

new

port.

at

Houston's to

was

of

arid the S. S.

cargo of

San Jacinto.

Almanac,

Port

The

opened

more

held. First student

Birthday Party

newspaper,

1911

gradually adding

was

her little school

to

First

held. School

this year and in the ten years to

follow, Mrs. Kinkaid more

and

several years

part of the site of

a

National

City

(The

10 teachers.

grades,

During

Day

enlarged,

slightly

laid.

was

building

ago, and the land is

was

area

of the old YMCA at

cornerstone

YMCA outgrew this

building

an

19,000.

Fannin

Ballinger.

The school

population

a

approximately 60,000, occupied

Post had

child-

Mrs. Kinkaid added her first teacher,

of Houston with

city

of less than 15 square miles. The Houston

reno

Mrs.

The

of

primary

seven

HOUSTON

1906

Kinkaid started in her

San Jacinto St.

on

growth and progress parallels that of Houston.

population

excess

of

estimated

was now

250,000.

published. The tenth

grade

was

1925

added.

Houston had become the third

ranking

U. S. port. The eleventh was now a

grade

was

added. School

1934

college preparatory school.

full

Emerging was

from the

in the midst of

a

depression, Houston

building

ranked first in the South and nation in

First Kinkaid

"Little

(Cost

Gym" kept

was

graduating was

built

Population

now

for

1937

$1,000,000

Houston Coliseum

$23,000.

reconditioned.

1940

Mellie as was

High kaidian

School was

Building

finished.

Kin足

estimated

ished, and Houston Oil World

was

1946

The

in the

building permits.

1935

low because of recent de足

building

eighth

class.

pression.) School

boom. She

was

host

to

was

the

fin足

huge

Exposition.

Esperson Building

the

350,000.

at

$6,250,000

was

completed

Air 'Terminal.

City National

published. SUSAN HILLEBRANDT


KINKAIDIAN STAff

Editor

VIRGINIA LAWHON

c

Treasurer

Sports

CHARLES PRATT

.

MARGARET KIRKHAM

Editors

DAVID ORR :

Picture Chairman ____

LORRIE GOSE

NANCY GOLDSTON

C ommittee

JOHN GILBERT W riting

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JUDY GILL

FLO BURRIS

JOHN COOPER MARY ANN GAY

Proofreading

Typing

.

SUSAN HILLEBRANDT KAY KETELSEN STEVE GRIGORY

Advertising

LORRIE GOSE GEORGE MURRAY SUZANNE CHINN

VIRGINIA LAWHON


DEDICAllON

"MRS.

We

will remember her "I

SHRECK"

for,

believe you can,

why

don't you

try."


THE

HEADMASTER'S

MESSAGE

As members of the

largest class to graduate from Kinkaid, you have benefited strengths which were built into the school during the years of Mrs. Kinkaid's devoted leadership. You have been prepared for the important college years ahead, and for the adult years which you will live as citizens in your community and your nation. You are now becoming a part of an alumni group which has contributed much to the leadership of Houston, and are assuming a responsibility to lead and to serve. Because you have experienced much of the recent growth of Kinkaid, and under足 stand its needs, we invite you, in your new role of leadership and service, to give your advice and help in the preparation for Kinkaid's second half-century. Your ideas, energy, and enthusiasm are needed in supporting Kinkaid's new building from the

program .

.

Instead of

cessful

a

farewell,

beginning

of

we

our new

hope that together we shall campus by 1956, anniversary year.

extend to you the

see

the

suc足

the 50th

JOHN H. COOPER


CARL E. REED

Principal Mr. Reed's sociability engenders a friendliness the school. His "hustle, hustle" gets us to class and the confidence of his voise as he tells us "we'll take care of it" encourages us to tackle next year's tasks.

throughout

Mrs.

Lindsay-the smiling lady, who always to our problems, big or small, us helps through our problems by making

stops and listens and that

extra

effort,

to

understand

us.

ALICE LINDSAY

Registrar


English class we frequently discover how confusing we can be to one another. In

To

write--fluently and intelligibly and to share through literature experience and imagination-these are the worthy objectives of the four years of English required of every Kinkaid graduate. Supplementing this basic program are classes in speech, which are correlated with dramatic performance, in reading which provide specialized instruction in all phases of reading skills. read,

to

speak,

the riches of man's

to


"Ah, the mysteries of things quadratic!" (Phrased by Mrs. Hooks

in tones

emphatic.)

MRS. HOOKS

MR. WYATT

The school

recognizes the importance of quantitative thinking in everyday life-not only engineer but for the housewife or clubwoman as well. And so, for more than a generation an outstanding feature of Kinkaid's college preparatory program has been the training provided in mathematics. All students take at least two courses in this subject and the majority are enrolled for three or four years. In the mathe­ for the

matics

or

practical An recent

science clubs the interested student may explore the fields of calculus application and research in the fields of electricity and electronics.

important addition

skill of the

to

prospective engineer

is that of mechanical

the Kinkaid curriculum which is

ably taught by

Mr.

or

the

drawing-a Wyatt.

�I

MRS. LAIRD

MR. HOLDER


MRS. SHRECKENGAUST

MR. CUNNINGHAM

History tells Things have

ever

"Now

American

why fuss?

happened

student

Every tools of

us,

history

must

enroll in two of the four basic courses;

and government.

ment, and

a

more

perspective

in

evaluating

of

our

study

a

he will

country's history

the pros and

based upon which

understandable.

his

Through

good citizenship; knowledge

government, experience

present

thus."

cons

of

knowledge

ancient, modern,

develop

some

of the

and of its form of

political

and social argu足

of the past will make the


Shrieks

of fear

With the

and wonder

nauseous

odor

mingle oft

inside

of [ormaldeh.yde.

For Kinkaid

students, knowledge

of

the

wonders and mysteries in the world around is

developed through four basic courses: general science, biology, chemistry, and phy­ sics. These are supplemented in alternate years by instruction in earth science and psychology. For those with special science aptitudes the lab door is never closed-the us

objective-training for tomorrow's through the free exploration of the

scientists

student's

interests.

MRS. KEELER

.;

MR. PERKI�S

-"IR. PEACH


Courses in Give

us

Spanish,

props to

French and Latin

hang

our

chat

on.

MISS PATON

Beginning with the guage study. Through experience

expresses

in

the

MME. DOWNS

sixth

grade,

the Kinkaid student has

with

foreign lan足 gain deeper understanding English, a valuable a useful tool of communication, and, because it systematic learning, mentality of a people, a basis for understanding another people or it he may

contact

of

a

country.

MME. DOUVERN

MISS RIVIS

Compliments of

a

Friend


Now We

to

give

add

you

a

touch

music,

.

of glamour

art

and drama.

MRS. GREENWOOD

MISS CLIFT

speak-To sing-To be at ease before an audience-to learn something of drama and music through participation-to share the pleasures which accompany dramatic or musical production-These are objectives of the school's growing music To

and drama programs.

MR.OFIELD

MRS. MILLER


The

Kinkaid.

Mrs.

available

to

formation only

be called the "hub" of

library might aptly

a

the

Pyeatt,

librarian,

those who need

on

period

serious

a

assignment

of relaxed

reading.

and students alike have taken

builfing

library,

a

support. We

material, but also best seller lists, bums and

a

a

Cooper

a

always

securing or

in足

who wish

Because patrons keen interest in

received much strong

have much fine reference

numerous

books

on

the current

collection of record al足

good

tape recorder.

Several years ago Mr.

it has

only

not

in

help

is

as

part of the

library

program,

instituted the Book Fair which is held

each Fall. We look forward to the occasion be足 cause

it presents

an

the finest of the terial and in

Compliments of

the Duncans

year's

for

selection of

purchase reading rna足

and

improve the

doing enlarge library.

so

school's present

opportunity

us

to


SENIORS

CLASS OffICERS President Vice President

Secretary Treasurer

BOB BRIEN

MARGARET KIRKHAM SUSAN HILLEBRANDT DAVID ORR

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JUNE AMERMAN 'J une,

who

came

to

Kinkaid in the seventh grade, is

one

seniors. Her pep and enthusiasm has made her a good cheerleader for the past two years. Bas足 ketball is June's favorite sport and outstanding ability as a forward has earned her several varsity letters and an

of

our

most

popular

award for all tournament player. The University of Texas will claim June next year where, she plans t.o major in Elementary Education.

SUSAN BAILEY Sue has been a very pretty part of Kinkaid' since' she four years ago. Admired for her charm and poise, she is talented in modeling-one of her favorite pastimes. She loves to have fun (anything for laughs!) and she is fond of all forms of spectator sports, especially football. We know that Finch College will be getting a girl with came

talent

as

well

as

beauty!

Bail


GEORGE BATTEN

George is the outstanding scientist of the senior class. Ask him what he likes besides science and he')) answer, "What else is there?" An enthusiastic member of the science club, he received honorable mention in December of 1954 from the Junior Academy of Science for his con足 struction of a mechanical "brain." George, who plans to major in Nuclear Physics at Rice Institute, is undoubtedly a

GEORGE BIRKS Since George entered Kinkaid in his sophomore year he has been well-known for his friendly personality. He likes sports very very much and has lettered in football and baseball. He also likes' plays and operettas and has been in many of them. This year he is a member of Boys' Cho足 rus Club. Fun and parties occupy a lot of his time outside of school. Next year he plans to major in Geology at Stanford

or

Rice.

Birksy

person

we

will be proud

to

have "known when."


LYNDA BRADY Lynda brought her ality to Kinkaid two

smile and her

pleasing person足 very interesting person to know for she has visited many places in the U. S. and is a firm believer that people learn more from travel than from books. (Pretty fine philosophy-we think!) Lynda loves to sail, and she spends most of her spare time boating at the Bay. She will surely be a favor足 ite at college next year where she plans to major in art. cute

years ago.

She is

a

BOB BRIEN Bob entered Kinkaid at mid-term of his sophomore year and has been a big part of school life ever since. He likes sports and he has lettered in football and played "B" team basketball. Although he studies hard and makes good grades, outside of school he is the life of the party. He is the Senior Class President and a member of Boys' Chorus

Club. He plans

to

major

in Medicine at

Baylor

or

Rice.


CHARLIE BROWN Charlie 'entered Kinkaid's doors in his junior year. Since then he has been known for his friendly personality and for his ability at sports. He has lettered in football, bas足 ketball, and baseball. He has been a member of the dra足 matics and the boys' chorus club and has 'been in the .

operetta. This year he is Student Council representative for the senior class. He will major in dentistry at Rice or Texas Tech.

BOB BURGDORFF Bob can usually be found "goofing off" or eating since these are his favorite pastimes. He likes all sports and has made an outstanding record in football, basketball and baseball. Bob, the class clown, has a great sense of humor and his practical jokes will live as long as Kinkaid does. Last year he was chosen president of the Junior Class. The University of Houston will certainly be getting a swell all 'round guy next year.

Bird-dog


FLO BURRIS Flo's enthusiasm and dependability have made her a welcome supporter of all school activities and her love of fun has made her a favorite outside the class room. Her extracurricular activities include water sports and "any足 thing for laughs." Although full of fun, she is an outstand足 ing student and has received numerous awards for scholar足 ship. Next year Flo will be attending either Sweetbriar or the University of Texas where she will major in Interior

Decorating.

FLo-FLo

SUZANNE CHINN Kinkaidian for many years. She is sports and she likes nothing more than to go horseback riding. She also likes modeling and has been an enthusiastic member of the Poise Club the Annual Club. Next as well as a helpful worker in year she will major in Fashion Merchandising at the Uni足 Suzanne has been

a

especially fond of outdoor

versity of Texas.


GEORGE CLARABUT George entered Kinkaid's doors as a sophomore-he's been the sophomore idol ever since. He loves sports, espe足 cially football, baseball, basketball and fishing. As a jun足 ior one of the tri-captains of the football team. He has been a member of the Boys' Chorus, Red Cross and Riflery Clubs. He plans to major in engineering at Texas Univer足 sity.

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JOHN COOPER to Kinkaid as a freshman. He is ready and tackle any task-and do a good job of it be足 sides! Known for his quiet wit and tremendous sense of humor, he is both considerate and fun-loving. Though John is a very fine student, he enjoys nothing more than

John

willing

came

to

loafing and taking it easy. Next year he plans to go East to college where he will be a fine addition to the "Ivy League."


TOMMY DAVIS

Tommy came to Kinkaid in the sixth grade. A lover of all sports, he has lettered in basketball, and being captain of the team for two years, he has made an outstanding record in football.

Tommy, a hard worker, will tackle the toughest of problems as long as he doesn't have to memo足 rize anything! As a junior he was elected treasurer of the class. Tommy will attend U.M.I. next year where he will

major

in Liberal Arts.

,.

DAVID DYKE David, who has been here

since his freshman year is one ardent sportsmen for he. has lettered in base足 ball, basketball, and football. He has a wonderful sense of humor, which makes him fun to be with, and his handy ability to act-who but Dave could read a 500 word theme from a blank piece of paper? ?-makes him envied by his

of

our

most

friends. He has been a member of the Art Club and the Boys' Chorus Club, and has been in several operettas. Texas University will be David's future school where he will major in Geology.

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VERNON FROST a newcomer to Kinkaid this year. He has be­ favorite because of his friendly smile and his love of good times. On week ends he can usually be found speeding to the Bay in his yellow convertible for an after­ noon of water skiing. Vernon's ranch parties are fabulous for he is an excellent host. Next year he will go to S.M.U.

Vernon is

come

where

MARY ANN GAY Ann carne to Kinkaid as a sophomore. She has welcome addition to school activities through her art work '(posters for all occasions) and through her journ­ alism (correspondent for the Teen Page of the Houston

Mary

been

..

a

Chronicle.) She loves all sports, especially hunting and basketball and she has been a member of the varsity vol­ team. Mary Ann is loads of fun and she is a favor­ all kinds of parties. Collecting stuffed animals and, making her own clothes are her after school "time wast­ ers." We will miss Mary Ann next year when she is away

leyball ite

at

at

Sophie Newcomb.

SunShine

a

we

know he will attain

success.


PAT GAYMAN Pat came to Kinkaid three years ago. His quick wit and his ability to keep smiling no matter what, make him fun to be with. Interested in engineering, he has been an ar­ dent member of the science club. Talented in oratory as well as in dramatics, Pat was a competitor in the "I Speak for Democracy" contest for two years and a mem­ ber of the chorus in the operetta "Pirates of Penzance." In his spare time-when he has some-he enjoys relaxing with a good history book. Next year Pat will attend Loui­ siana State University where he will major in Petroleum Engineering and Geology.

JOHN GILBERT John came to Kinkaid as a junior from Oklahoma. He has impressed us greatly as the strong silent type-re­ member him as "Superman" on initiation? His willingnessz to take any task has made him a favorite participant in all sch� activities. We like to think of John .roaring to Roulande's in his Mercury with his ear drum splitting "duals" going full blast. John, who is one of our most likeable seniors will stay in Houston next year and attend Rice.


JUDY GILL Judy, the "Little Yank" of the senior class, is talented in many fields. She is known for her fine art work as well as her dramatic ability. We will long remember her excell足 ent portrayal of "Katherine" in The Taming of the Shrew. Judy is fond of all sports and has been a top forward on the varsity basketball team for two years. This year she has been a Co-Captain of the Basketball team. She has

served the senior class as Student Council representative. Her varied talents and enthusiasm will make Judy a wel足 come addition to the Art Department of Northwestern

University.

NANCY GOLDSTON Because "Nanc" bubbles over with fun and mischief, she has made many friends during her eleven years at Kin足 kaid. An excellent rider, Nancy has shown her horses in many shows in and out of the state. At' her summer home in Montana, speed boating and water skiing occupy most of her time. During the school year, Nancy's house is a favorite gathering place for the whole high school-we'll never forget her wonderful Saturday night parties Next year Nancy plans to attend Montana University. .


LORRIE CaSE One of the most fun loving girls in the class is "petite" Lorrie Cose, During her three years at Kinkaid she has been one of the most friendly members of our class. Her Chevrolet Belaire with all the people hanging out the side a familiar sight to all Kinkaidians. Her favorite activity is "skipping lunch" and pestering Mrs. Shrechengaust. Lor足 rie plans to enter Sophie Newcomb where she wiU study Medicine. is

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STEVE CRIGORY Since Steve came to Kinkaid as a sophomore, he has been ready, willing, and able to give his best to any job put before him, whether it was washing the doors for the or collecting mistletoe for the dance. Ver揃 satile in sports, he likes football, tumbling, and swimming. Steve's idea of the perfect afternoon would be a good ar足 gument followed by a good comic book-he's a connois足

Birthday Party

seur

next

big

of both! We think Steve will be a favorite at Rice year because though he's little in frame, he's oh so in heart .

.

.


GLEN HARPER Glen came to Kinkaid as a sophomore. His white scarf and "ducks" are his trademarks, and "bop" is his favorite form of locomotion. Friendly, easy going Glen is afraid of nothing-unless it's a history test (the mere mention of which throws him into a slow panic). His favorite pastimes are sleeping, swimming, and having fun with his friends. Next year will find Glen at the University of Texas where he will major in Geographical Exploration.

CHARLES HARTER Charlie, the "baby terror of Ford's English -class," is one loving boys in school, and parties top his list of favorites. Anyone in need of "bop" recerds goes to Charlie, for he owns nearly every "platter" ever recorded. of the most fun

He

can

talk his way in-and out-of

anything

that

comes

along. Zipping around in his little brown Chevy, Charlie is always ready for a drag. He plans to go to the Univer足 sity of Texas where as

we

he has made here.

know he will make

as

many friends


SARAH HEDLEY Sarah,

of the peppiest and most school-spirited mem足 class came to Kinkaid in the fifth grade. She is fond of all sports and has been a member of the varsity basketball and volleyball teams, We all remember Sarah as one of the most enthusiastic cheerleaders Kinkaid has ever had-even if she never did quite master the cartwheel! She loves parties, and has a barrel of fun whether the oc足 casion is a hayride or a formal dance, Next .fall Sarah will attend Stephens College where she' will major in art, bers of

one

our

JOE HERNDON Joe entered Kinkaid as a sophomore, An easy-going, friendly senior, his favorite "time wasters" are boats, cars, parties, and girls. He has been active in school projects and has had a leading role in both an operetta and a play. We will miss Joe's little blue Plymouth next year while he's away

at

S.M.U.

r,

,

,

Sticks


SUSANHILLEBRANDT came to Kinkaid in the first grade, is one of busiest seniors. Talented in writing, she, is editor of the "Falcon," and has also found time to contribute to the Kinkaidian. Interested in dramatics, Susie has taken part either backstage or onstage in most of the school produc足 tions. She likes all sports-especially tennis and basketball, and she has played in many tournaments. Susie is presi足 dent of the Red Cross at school and the secretary of the senior class. She hopes to go. East to college where she will major in Creative Writing or Journalism.

Susie, who

our

Su.sie

SUE HOUSTOUN "Su Su" has been at Kinkaid for ten years. She is a favorite because she is always ready for fun and good times. For the past two years, she has been an outstanding guard on the varsity basketball team. We'll never forget Sue's fantastic tales about Yankee land and the fun she's had in the "Ivy League." What will Kiakaid do without her little green Chevy next year, when Sue goes to

Stephens?


JIM HOWARD Jim

came

to

spent his time How Jim can

Kinkaid on

in his sophomore year. He has the football field and the golf course.

cut so many classes and make such good grades is a mystery to his friends. Known for his "easy to get along with" manner, Jim enjoys life to the utmost. Among his likes are girls, sports, and parties. We know that Jim's shy smile and rare sense of humor will make him popular at the University of Texas next fall.

Jim

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PATSY KEANE Patsy, the spark of the senior class, came to Kinkaid as sophomore. Wherever enthusiasm and energy were need足 ed, Patsy was there to supply them. Whether it was raising money for the Red Cross or selling tickets to a dance, the success of the project was assured if she was behind it. Patsy was a cheerleader for two years, but her accomplish. ments did not end there, for she had leading parts in two plays as well-remember her as "Emily" in Our Hearts Were Young and Gay? Next year, Patsy plans to go to a

Rice Institute.

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KAY KETELSEN

Entering

Kinkaid in her

sophomore

year,

Kay has been

member of dance, annual, journalism, and riflery clubs. Everyone knows Kay for the quotation "better late than never." (Every once in awqile she will tell you how they did something "up in Shreveport" where she goes every a

,

summer.) Kay plans to enter Sophie Newcomb or Uni足 versity of Colorado next year. We know she needs no help to success for she has already gained it by her true, true friendship and genuine thoughtfulness for everyone.

KeteL

MARGARET KIRKHAM

Smiling, happy and full of fun-that's Maggie. Talented outstanding in so many fields, Margaret has been a hard worker on the annual staff, a dependable contributor to all school activities, and a popular stand-by on the var足 sity basketball team of which she is now co-captain. She and

likes water-frozen or otherwise-and loves to ice sail, and swim. Admired for her friendliness and to get things done, she was elected vice senior class. Next year will find Maggie .

she will certainly be

a success.

skate, ability

president of the at

Cornell where


VIRGINIA LAWHON "13" Lawhon is

girls

undoubtedly one of the hardest working Virginia (number 13, naturally) recognized as an outstanding basketball player

in the senior class.

has been and she has won acclaim as both All-Tournament and All足 Conference guard, Besides participating in all sports and

high average in her scholastic work, she the man-sized job of being editor of this year's Kinkaidian. Virginia and her little Ford 'convertible stacked with people, is a familiar sight rushing students maintaining has taken

a

on

Roulands to have their pictures made for the annual. will really miss little "13" when she to Stanford next year. to

Kinkaid

PATSY LAYNE is not only smiling and friendly-she's talented, Her beautiful voice has made her an outstanding mem足 ber of the Girls' Chorus Club as well as a popular choice for a leading role in several operettas. Quite apart from her love of music, Patsy is wild about sports car racing,

Patsy

too.

and her familiar MG is her pride and joy. For the past two years, she has been Miss Stallings' "right hand man" as manager of the girls' basketball team. We wish .Patsy lots of luck at the University of Houston next fall.


DAVID LEE David

came

to

Kinkaid

as a

junior' from the far off

state

Michigan. He has impressed us with his polite Yankee ways-accomplishing much and saying little. Interested in acting, he has had an important part in two school produc足 tions. Remember his perfect Cockney accent in the Mon足 key's Paw? David's friendly smile will make him well liked at Rice next year. of

David

HARVEY LEWIS

Harvey came to us in his sophomore year. He is known around school for his ability to get things done and for his eagerness to voice his opinions on any and all matters. He loves a good argument (especially when he is winning). We are sure that Harvey's quick wit apd dependability will make him a favorite at Penn State next fall.


PHILLIP LOGAN Phil is escapades and his athletic ability Phillip reminds us of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. He's quiet around school but as soon as the bell rings his personality changes and he hops into his blue Ford to rush off for fun and foolishness. a

senior this year. His will never be forgotten.

new

nothing better than a good clear day at the bay where he waterskis. We all remember him as the sweet little dancer that roamed the halls of Kinkaid at the first of school. Phillip plans to go to Rice and we know he will do well there. Nothing will hold this fellow back! Nothing could! He loves

BOBBY MCCULLOUGH

Bobby came to Kinkaid in the ninth grade. A true Texan, he loves to go to Spring Valley Ranch and help in branding. Bobby enjoys cars, swimming and food in his spare time. He has been an enthusiastic member of the Art Club and he has always tried to make good grades for his great ambition has long been to be an engineer. This ambition has been fulfilled because next year Bobby plans to attend Rice.


MICHAIL McNEIL Mike, who is one of Kinkaid's most brilliant students, has lived in many foreign countries. (After all, who else but Mike could quote at the drop of a hat a Chinese

proverb-in Chinese?!) When playing chess, he could usually lab with

experimenting

with

he

wasn't

be found

potions designed

in

study hall

in the to

Science

"get

and·or "liquidate" his teachers. We who like

to

ever.

have fine

fun with Mike because he is a wonderful sport with a sense of humor, recognize his genius and we are proud to have him as a classmate. He will accomplish much in the field of Chemical Engineering which he fall at either Rice or M.LT.

next

JULIA MOORE Julia's

pep and enthusiasm have made her a favorite Kinkaid since she came in the fifth grade. Very ath­ letic, she excells in all sports, especially in swimming and diving. She has been a varsity forward on the basket­ ball court as well as a fine cheerleader on the football at

field. She has been a member of the poise and dramatic clubs. Next year, Julia will attend the University of Texas where her major will be either English or Education.

plans

to enter


GEORGE MURREY George's 12 years at Kinkaid make him one of. the few 01' timers in the senior class. Among George's hobbies are collecting old guns, dabbling with fast autos and priding himself as a "Romeo." George's favorite sport is basket足 ball while his favorite pastime is wandering down the halls. George has been a big help to the Kinkaidian in selling ads and in collecting money, Best wishes University of Virginia.

to

George

next

year at the

DAVID ORR David, who has been at Kinkaid since his junior year, has a big contribution to school in sports and fun. He

made

has lettered in football for 2 years and this year was elect足 co-captain of our Prep School State Champions, select足 ed All-Conference, and named Kinkaid's most valuable ed

player. Good in all sports, David likes tennis and especially sailing. (Want to see a "chimp" on a sailboat? Go to the bay with David!) A real "all 'round" leader. He was made treasurer

annual.

help but year.

of the senior class With this list of attain

success

at

as

well

as

sports editor for the

accomplishments, David can't Colorado School of Mines

next


CHARLES PRATT Charles (better known as "Teddy Bear") came back Kinkaid after an absence of two years, and was im足 mediately put to work on class activities. This year he joined the Annual Club as our trusty treasurer. His ath足 letic accomplishments include letters in football and bas足 ketball .. Teddy Bear is quite a sailor and spends much of his time at the bay. Hunting, eating, and sleeping are his favorites. We have decided we could not do without this grand sports player and good natured boy and we'll miss him when he goes to Cornell this next year. to

Teddy sear

DARRYLL RANDERSON

Darryll the

more

has been at Kinkaid since the sixth scientific minded members of the

grade. One of class, he can

usually be found in the lab working out a formula for some "impossible" problem. In his spare time, he likes to enjoy sports-all kinds. The airport is his hangout (or hangar out!) where he likes to feel he's "above it all"-in a plane, that is. Darryll plans to attend New Mexi足 co Military Institute where he will major in Aeronautical Engineering.


SARAH ROTHERMEL Since Sarah came to Kinkaid as a junior she has added to the class by being so friendly and so much fun. She loves water sports and can often be found boating at the bay. Talented in music, she loves to play the piano and collect records. Next fall Sarah plans to go to Ben足

greatly

nett

College.

JIMMY SNODDY Jim is

01' timer who returned to Kinkaid for his sen足 quite an athlete, and has lettered in base足 basketball, and football. His personality and great of humor is never to be forgotten-remember those an

ior year. He is

ball, sense

wise cracks in physics class? He has been a fine sports editor for the Falcon this year-his '55 pink and gray streaked Chevrolet is a familiar sight roaring to all school Next year, Jimmy plans to attend V.M.I. sports events or S.M.U. where his talent and ability will make him a welcome addition to the athletics department. ...


GLEN SOLBERGER Glen, better known as "Drapes" has been seen rambling through Kinkaid hall ever since Kindergarten. He 'is singing the praises of his "Bran do" boots and glasses (both of which he always wears颅 rain or shine). He is also quite the guy at parties when the samba records begin. Besides knowing all the popular known for

his "cat" dark

dances he has 路created A

good student

as

one

well

as

of his own-"The Sol berger." one of the. "fellas," Glen is

bound to do well in S.M.U. next year

Drapes

JESS STARK Carefree, indirect and science minded-that's Jess. His demands of life are not great; he doesn't care whether people understand him as long as they don't try to change him. Jess likes going to the bay, shooting his various guns (at inanimate objects, of course), and telling his friends about how he and his little black Plymouth got out of their latest scrape. Jess is friendly and fun to have around -we think the University of Pennsylvania will be getting a

fine fellow

next

year.


J ROB TERRY

Though this is Bob's first year at Kinkaid, he is one of the most well-liked people in school, He is known for his shy (but misleading) smile and his friendly, easy going ways. A very fine and courageous athlete, he was star

,

quarterback of the varsity "Falcons" in spite of a painful knee injury which hounded him throughout the season. "Romeo" Rob likes parties and is always ready for fun. Kinkaidians will really miss that familiar Lamar jacket when he goes to Texas University!

MARY THOMPSON

Mary has been at Kinkaid since Kindergarten. Her favorite pastime is singing and she has had a solo part in all the operettas. She likes sports, especially horseback riding and playing volleyball. A familiar sight at the foot足 ball game is Mary with her white toy poodle, Shou-Shou, tucked under her arm. In college she will major either in Spanish

or

in Dress

Design.

Mary


HARRY THROWER When you hear peals of laughter coming from a class足 more than likely Harry is a member of that class. He's always in good spirits and usually manages to make

room,

everyone around him have a. good time. Harry played in the Taming of the Shrew last year and also had a lead in Patience, the Gilbert and Sullivan operetta. He has worked on the Falcon two years, this year being assistant editor, but most of us associate Harry with his theme song,

"Hidgi Baba." Good luck, Harry,

STEPHANIE WILHELM Steff, an 01' timer, returned to Kinkaid as a senior after spending several years at school in San Antonio. Her in足 terests are varied-she likes sports, dancing, and parties. She has her summer fun at Kerrville, Texas where she spends her time in true Western style riding horseback and going to rodeos. Stephanie's talent and ability will make her

a

great

success

in whatever field she may

enter.

at

Texas

next year.


CARRIE WINGFIELD Since Carrie came to us as a junior from St. Stephens, her quiet, efficient way of doing things has been greatly appreciated by all who know her. Because of her wonder足 ful school spirit and her thoughtfulness and consideration she has been a willing participant in all our activities, We are sure that Stephen's will be happy to welcome Carrie next year.


TRADITIONS

School Dances


JUNIORS

CLASS OFFICERS President Vice President 5 ec retary Treasurer

BOBBY BEELEY PEGGY GRAHAM NAN CY HUNT HARRIET WALSH


J odie Archer Martha Baker

Bobby Beeley Francis Boone

Eric Bornhauser Ann Butler

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) Helen Carroll Davidson

Mayo

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Dobbs Ned Earle

Kathy

Jim Findley Mabelee French

Marlene Genitempo Bill Goldston

Peggy Graham Nancy Hild


Olivia Howe

Jimmy Hughes

Nancy Hunt Fisher Jones

Kelvin Kean Darden Lloyd

Joe Lockett Jim Lykes


Jim McCullough Hal

Matheny

Leroy Melcher John Moroney

John Newland

Bobby Pagan

Bill Pew

Douglas Ragland


Richard Randall Sandra Reed

Evelyn Rossi Nicky Sanborn

Sally Storms Harriet Walsh

Gloria West Ward Williams


SOPHOMORES

CLASS OFFICERS President Vice President

Secretary-Treasurer

TOMMY STAPP CORA -AMERMAN BARTON GILLMAN


Kent Adams Ruth Adams

Amburn Cora Amerman

Kay

Carol Archer John Baird

Bloxsom Phil Bozeman

Wayne

John Breckenridge Dick Brien


J ohn Butler Johanna Carroll

Julia Cashman Keith Chunn

Jimmie Clapp

Alan

Cooper

Robbie Craze David Crossley

David Cummings Sam Davis


Marion

Fay Georgeanne

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Patti Goldston Greenwood

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Bill Gregory Helen Griffin

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Hannon Sara Heald

Fay

Mike Henry Diane Hinkle

Sandra

Hopkins

Joe Horrigan

Ranny Hunt Tom Jacomini

Howell Jones Elizabeth Kirkham


La yne Irene Lee

Cynthia

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Joan Lewis

Jody

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Karen McCI'ure L ynn Meador

John Me com N"ina Pe rhtz I"

Judy Rives Robert Rob ertson


Monroe Rust Elva Sanders

J 0 Beth Schleeter Anne Marie

Schlumberger

Ann

Staples Tommy Stapp

Ann Strader Sabra Stratton

Pat Summers Paul Taft


Ka££y Taylor David Todd

Barbara Underwood

Lynn Walling

Tom Witcomb Elizabeth Winfrey

Compliments of

a

Friend

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FRESHMEN

CLASS OffICERS President Vice President

Secretary T reasurer

SUSAN SCHULER TAMARA BAIRD JANE J 0RN S DOROTHY MALONE


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Katie Anderson Ronald Anderson Dwight Austin

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Tamara Baird John Barnes Linda Beeley

Nancy Benson Brooks Bouldin Ann

Breckenridge

John Bynum Tom Carl

Victor Carter

Kav Christie

An�

Chunn Carol Cockrell

Holcombe Crosswell

Maggie Dailey Lawrence Davis


Sonya DeMoya Aileen Dixon

Sweeney Doehring

Mills Duncan Tom Dyke Sallie Eastham

Bill Edens Donald Elam Elaine Gray

Eddie Gumbert Lois Guthrie Edith Harriman

Olive

Hershey

Johanna Hoff Sam Jackson

Jimmy Janse Mary

Lou Johnson

Jane Jorns


Virginia Joy Kinney Kane Philip Kennedy

Kathrine Kuhleman Lucy Lee Will Lee

Linda Lester Stuart Lewis

Letty Lykes

Pete Maffitt Dorothy Malone Mary Kay McFarland

Dwyer McNeese Mary Miller Richard Moers

George

Moore

Jess Phillips Joe Reynolds


Tom Reynolds Richard Rosenkranz

J 0 Frances Ruhl Jimmy Schulze

Joel Scrafford Susan Shuler

Dick Summers Tom Thompson

Nancy Tooley Beverly Whelchel

Nelson White Connie Winn


MID-TERM

Bill

ARRIVALS

Wright

Charles Burrell

Frank Foshee

Glenn

The Annual is made

Staff of 1955 wishes benefit of

to

Keightley

possible through contributions of patrons. The Kinkaidian people especially for their contributions without

thank these

advertising.

Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Brien

Mr. and Mrs. J. 1. Gilbert

Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Burris

Mr. and Mrs. W. 1. Goldston

Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Frost

Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Lawhon

Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher Pratt

Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Randerson

Mr. and Mrs.

Douglas Ragland Compliments of

David

Bintliff

Interests


ACTIVITIES


S T tJ D E N T

c o U N

C I L Left to right: Hal Jones, Helen Carroll, Charlie Brown, Judy Gill.

Lucy Lee,

Eddie

Gumbert, Ned Earle, Barbara Underwood,

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C R

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Left to right: Helen Sandra Reed.

Carroll, Sabra Stratton,

Karen

McClure, Susan Hillebrandt, Robbie Craze,


F A L

C o N

Standing: Jane Jorns, Nicky Sanborn, Elaine Gray, Jimmy Snoddy, Lucy Lee, Tommy Stapp, Joel Scrafford, Nancy Hunt, Dick Brien. Front: Mr. Ford, Susan Hillebrandt, Harry Thrower.

p o ,

S E

row: Mary Lou Johnson, Aileen Dixon, Jane J oms, Johanna Hoff, Sonya De Moya, Susan Shuler, Dorothy Malone, J 0 Frances RuhI. Middle row: Mary Kay Mcf'arland, Tamara Baird, Linda Lester, Carol Cockrell, Beverly Whelchel, Connie Winn, Maggie Dailey, Edith Harriman," Linda Beeley. Front: Suzanne Chinn, Marlene Genitempo, Darden Lloyd, Elizabeth Winfrey, Julia Moore, Elizabeth Kirkham.

Back


C H E S S

Standing: David Cummings, Bill Gregery, David Lawrence, Victor Carter, John Bynum, Kenny Kane, Tom Carl. Seated: Mayo Davidson, Mike McNeil, Keith Chunn, Will Lee, Pete Maffitt, Wayne Bloxsom, Jess Phillips.

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Pat


D A N

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Standing: Darden Lloyd, Peggy Graham, Francis Boone, Flo Burris, Nancy Goldston, Kay Ketel颅 sen. Seated: Patsy Keane, Barbara Underwood, Elizabeth Kirkham, Kaffy Taylor, Kathy Joe Dobbs, Harriet Walsh.

A R T

Standing: Sandy Hopkins, Ned Earle, Le Roy Melcher, Michel McNeil, Jimmy McCullough, Peggy Graham, John Moroney. Seated: Martha Baker, Bobby Pagen, Jim Findley, Kathy Jo Dobbs.


THE PLAYERS

Joe Herndon

Jimmy Hughs Ruth Adams

Mary Thompson David Lee

Bobby Beeley Joe Lockett Susan Hillebrandt John Maroney Sarah Hedley

George Birks Vernon Frost John Cooper Ward Williams

Lynda Brady Sue Bailey


GLEE CLUB The Senior Ofield has had

girls,

High Glee a

most

successful year. The Glee Club consists of

which combine for

assembly

yearly

tradition of

special

a

joint

presenting

a

and Christmas.

in numbers

at

a

rapid

also

and

provided

two

participated

program with the Houston Chorale.

in the

Following

the

Gilbert and Sullivan operetta, the Glee Club gave

the Mikado. The Glee Club has aroused

creasing

They

boys

two groups,

programs. This year the Glee Club has

Thanksgiving

programs at

Music Series in

Family

Club under the direction of Mrs. Paul Miller and Mr. Paul

pace.

a

growing

interest around school and is in足


CHEERLEADERS

Left to. right: Patsy Keane, Francis Boone, Sarah Hedly, Julia Moore, June Amerman, Barbara Underwood, Cynthia Layne.

Top: Katie Anderson, Jane J oms. Bottom: Lucy Lee, Sally Eastham.


Here's

tale

a

of sports

Played by Kinkaid's

and games

guys and dames.

MARTHA STALLINGS

DAN HART

Athletics

at

Kinkaid

sports opportunity for every student足

mean

the chance to compete

on

a

team-to

experience good sportsmanship. well-rounded and

SKIP LEE

growing

These

develop physical

are

the

advantages

skills-to which this

program offers to all.

LEROY FENST AMAKER

JACK HANAGRIFF


Assistant Coach

Head Coach

Assistant Coach

FENSTEMAKER

HART

LEE

Managers

Trainer

KEAN and JONES

DICKENS

Co-Captains DAVIS and ORR


Top row, left to right: Carl, Schultze, Breckenridge, Jones, Bozeman. Second row: Crosswell, McNeese, Lewis, Hunt, Cooper. Third row: Carter, Bynum, Crossley, Pagen, Kennedy, Moore. Bottom row: Coach Pedkins, Summers, MeCom, Austin, Dyke, Barns, Anderson.

row, left to

right: Coach Hart, White, Gumbert, Coach Fenstemaker, Kean, Jones, Dickens, row: Goldsmith, Brien, Bornhanser, Henry, Todd, Davis, Gregory, Stapp, Butler, Gilbert. Third row: Orr, Matheny, Adams, Logan, Newland, Burgdorff, Davis, Randall, Davidson. Bottom row: Snoddy, Brown, Jim Howard, Clarabut, Gilbert, Birks, Brien, Terry, Grigory, Pratt.

Top

Coach Lee. Second


Kinkaid's Flag, St. John's Pole Kinkaid students set the stage fot tomorrow's big game with St. John's last nIght by climbing to the- top 6f the St. John's flag poie arid fIymg their colors thereon, .

What's more, see that the tor awhile.

tq

As they pole, they

they took steps flag stays there

down the flag carefully "cov足 ered their tracks" by smearinr the pole with a heavy eovering' of rrease just to make sure nobody roes up after that flag. -

-

came

very


-ENDS

EDDIE GUMBERT

NELSON WHITE

MAYO DAVIDSON

Logan

tears

through

St. John's


BACKS JOHN BUTLER

HAL MATHENY

JIMMY SNODDY

STEVE GRIGORY

TOMMY STAPP

ERIC BORNHAUSER


TACKLES

BILL

GRIGORY

RUSTY GOLDSMITH

SAM DAVIS

MIKE HENRY

Matheny

off to the

races

against St. John's


Serious Business

PAT GILBERT

Tackle

CHARLES PRATT Tackle

DICK BRIEN Center

TOMMY DAVIS Center


BOB BURGDORFF" End

CHARLIE BROWN End

JOHN NEWLAND End

Brown and

Burgdorff

take

Matheny

to

touchdown


KENT ADAMS

Tackle

Snoddy

tackles after short

gain

I

,

We beat St. John's

\


DAVID TODD

Tackle

Newland and Todd

Orr

scores

against

St. John's

bring

down

Baytown


St. John's

stopped by

middle of line and Butler

GEORGE BIRKS Guard

RICHARD RANDALL Guard

BOB BRIEN Guard

JIM HOWARD Guard


JOHN GILBERT Tackle

Thunder in the line

GEORGE CLARABUT Tackle

Brien and Orr share in fumble recovery


DAVID ORR Back

Burgdorff

PHIL LOGAN

ROB TERRY

Back

Back

and Orr lead

Logan through

St. John's


THE END

St. Stephen's St. John's Lutheran

34 32

33

13 7 14

STATE CHAMPIONS


VARSITY-Standing, Brown.

left to right: Kelvin Kean, George Clarbut, Bob Burgdorff, Kneeling: John Butler, Jimmy Snoddy, Philip Logan, and Joe Herndon.

and

CHARLIE BROWN

Captain

AII-Tournament-Bryan

Tournament

All-Tournament Prep School

Charlie


BOB BURGDORFF Forward

GEORGE CLARABUT Center


JIMMY SNODDY Guard

JOE HERNDON Forward

KELVIN KEAN Center


PHILIP LOGAN Guard

JOHN BUTLER Guard


II !

"B"

TEAM-Standing, left to right: Dick Brien, Jim Lykes, Paul Taft, Joe Rorigan. Seated: Mayo Davidson, Tom Whitcomb, Pat Gilbert, Ward Williams.


"A"

bottom:

Virginia Lawhon, Judy Gill, Cynthia Layne, Cora Amerman, Judy Rives, Seated, front row: Sarah Hedley, Sonja DeMoya. Second row: Margaret Kirkham, June Amerman, Dorthy Malone. Top row: Barbara Underwood.

Standing, top and

to

Carol Cockrell.

Captains MARGARET KIRKHAM

JUDY GILL


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"B"

TEAM-Standing, left to right: Tamara Baird, Sally Eastham, Linda Beeley, Jodie Ruhl, Winfrey, Kay Greenwood, Elva Sanders, Ann Staples, Lucy Lee. Seated, left to right: Virginia Joy, Katie Anderson, Carol Archer, Jane Jorns, JoAnna Hoff, Susan Shuler, JoBeth

Elizabeth

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Sleeter.

ALL-TOURNAMENT A.T.P.S. "B" TOURNAMENT

ELIZABETH WINFREY

TAMARA BAIRD

LINDA BEELEY

VARSITY RECORD Visitors

Barbers Hill Pearland LaP orte

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Brazosport Angleton St. Agnes Angleton

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Kinkaid

25 33 32 50 58 33 42

28 43 35 32 29 34 28

16 47

50 35

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Eriendswood An glet on

28 48

64 41

49 44 38 39

45 39 43 50

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-

Visitors

Kinkaid

Lutheran St. Johns

42 40

43 35

Goodrich T omball

32 34

41

26

34

46 51 35

37 54

57 38 28 50 43

49

25 48

44 59

35

57

33

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Brazosport St. Agnes St. J ohns Lutheran Hitchcock Hocada y Lutheran St. J ohns

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CHAMPIONSHIP A.T.P.S. Tournament

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JUNE AMERMAN All-Conference-e-A. T_P .5.

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REGENT/S 318 Main Street CRYSTAL

Weldon Cafeteria

LYnchburg SILVER

4685

CHINA

BUFFALO HARDWARE CO., LTD. 2614 Westheimer Rd. in Avalon Center

PHONE LY-377 1

Household Appliances Garden Supplies

Lionel Trains Paints

4916 South Main

SPORTSWEAR CENTER 2039 West RIVER OAKS

Gray JA 7593

Compliments Congratulations and Best Wishes

HOWELL B. JONES SOUTH MAIN Insurance Service

STATE BANK

Houston, Texas First National

Building

Member FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION


When Better Automobiles Are Built Buick Will Build Them

AL PARKER BUICK CO.

2215 Milam

FA-6131 THE BUICK BLOCK


WILSON STATIONERY

& PRINTING CO.

500 Fannin at Prairie

PR-8221

..

DIAMOND JEWELRY CO.

Fannin at

McKinney

BUFFALO PHARMACY Southwest Houston's Finest and Most Complete

YJEC/!u_ YJood&_ Cj_tatE

31 18 Bissonnet

MINIATURE POODLES TOYS Phone MI-6741 119 Ashburn HOUSTON 17, TEXAS -

MO-3427

MO-3426

Boarding

Grooming

COBLER BOOK STORES 1 1 1

BENSON

Richmond

2517 Times Blvd.

JA-2951

JA-1783

TRACTOR COMPANY of

Compliments Distributors ALLIS

-

CHALMERS

JETTS GROCERY

Diesel Tractors Motor Graders Motor

Scrapers Compliments

Power Units 91.00 Block Almeda Road

L Y-3555

HOUSTON, TEXAS

of

L. l. RIDGEWAY & CO. INC. 615 Caroline

814

McKinney

AT-23 1 1


Fine Portraiture

JIM JAMAIL & SONS Food Market

4512 Montrose Blvd

.

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Compliments of

PEDEN IRON AND STEEL CO.

...


CONTINENT AL DRUG CO.

FARNSWORTH

Louisiana at Lamar

&

CHAMBERS

CO., INC. Compliments of TEXAS FOUNDRY .

Contractors

-

Engineers

HOUSTON, TEXAS Herman Brien PRUDENTIAL BLDG.

Compliments

BLAND

-

of

WILLIS CADILLAC COMPANY Sales and Service 1320 Milam at

Clay

HOUSTON, TEXAS


For the Flnes+ in Mexican Foods

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904 Westheimer

MOTOR

THE KNIT SHOP FAN EPSTEIN

The Needlecraft Center of the South Since 1933

MAINTENANCE 3516 South

Shepherd

at Richmond

INC. COMPLIMENTS OF

Distributors for HALL

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SHEER AND CO., INC.

SCOTT ENGINES

3402 FANNIN

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T.O.HOUJUR.

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CO m P R nY, P. O. Box 19027

Between Alabama and Steele

HOUSTON 24, TEXAS

Telephone

VAlentine 6602

Inc.


Ladies' Apparel and Accessories 1984 West .

Gray

KEystone

2332

LANGHAM /

RIVER OAKS SHOPPING CENTER

.

LAN GSJI'ON

/

& Compliments

BURNETT

of

T. K. DIXON Insurance Counselors 3700 MONTROSE BOULEVARD

HARRY C. PARRISH Your Texaco Dealer 913 Westheimer

JU-4680

HOUSTON. TEXAS -,..

Compliments

:

Be Safe

RUPLEY of Your

Knows

N eig h borhood

How

Brakes

Wheel

Alignment

Wheel Balancing 1813 FANNIN

FA-4111


Youth

must serve.

Advancements in the arts and sciences -business and industry-yes, even in f�e moral character of tomorrow's adults are vested in you, the youth of and education is the corner­ today stone of your achievement. ...

ereat Southern Life Insurance Com­ pany, your friend and neighbor, wishes in the attainment of your and the fulfillment of a Kinkadi­ goal an's responsibilities to the future of you

!

l

our

success

Nation.

GREAT SOUTHERN L.ife Insurance

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Founded _/909

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DunIavy

Houston

Texas



Kinkaidian 1955