The Burro, Yearbook of Mineral Wells High School, 1953 Page: 76
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Sergeant at Arms
Sergeant at Arms
In accordance with the Y. M. C. A. Centennial observ-
ance theme, "Faith for the Future", our program topics
for the year have reflected the concerns and problems of
young people under such general headings as "Conflicts of
Teenagers and Adults", "Essentials of Mature Personality",
"Christian Standards of Love and Marriage", "Building a
Christian Philosophy of Life", "The Threat of War", and
"Making a Living".
Each member of the Hi-Y Club is charged always with
the personal responsibility of promoting high ideals of
Christian conduct and clean living throughout the entire
The customary Christmas Box donation was again
First Row: Mr. Irsfeld, Don Burris, Vauqhn Odom, Royce Humphries, Tony Munger, Ernest Moore,
Buddy Purcell. Second Row: Joe Gomez, Don Green, Jack Cleveland, Irvin Stephens, Jimmie McDon-
ald, Ray Shuford, Jerry Swaner, Jim Stephens, Paul Watson, Kenneth Lusk, Walter Thomas. Third
Row: Morris Garrett, Nick Irsfeld, Cleve Thomas, Sammy Cardwell, Frankey Bevers, Beal Locke, Bobby
Helton, Carl Merrell, Euqene Nail, Milton Sanders, Lester Knight. Phil Meyers. Gayle Flowers.
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