The Burro, Yearbook of Mineral Wells High School, 1953 Page: 77
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The Tri-Hi-Y Club of Mineral Wells High School was
organized to "create, maintain, and extend throughout the
school and community a high standard of Christian char-
This year the Tri-Hi-Y was guided by a new sponsor,
Mrs. E. M. Shipp, and its roster was increased by nine new
Among the highlights in social activities were the
formal initiation of pledges, the annual New Year's Eve
Dance, and a Spring Formal.
The club aided this year in the drive of the Red Cross
Blood Bank. At Christmas a box of groceries, food, and
toys was given to a needy family to brighten their holiday.
First Row: Linda Thomas, Dorothy Abernathy, Nancy Baucom, Frances Warren, Peggy Elliston. Second
Row: Jane Ackley, Lou White, Kay Lester, Frances Eubanks, Marietta Wilkinson, Jane Andress. Third
Row: Joan Zappe, Barbara Johnson, Annette Burns, Rita Pratt, Nancy Flowers, Judy Woodson, Gaylia
Glidwell, Gwen Armstrong, Beverly Brooks, Janice Clark, Viola Hooper, Sandra Martin. Fourth Row:
Nelva Goree, Johnowene Oliver, Evelyn Cooper, Nancy Boone, Dorothy Boyle, Kay Featherston, Mrs.
Shipp, Claire Cochran. Fifth Row: Jo Bonner Clark, Linda Norwood, Sue Sullivan, Lou Sullivan. Sixth
Row: Madeline Whatley, Daphne McNeese, Frana Moseley.
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