The Burro, Yearbook of Mineral Wells High School, 1953 Page: 91
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The Mineral Wells High School Pep Squad, the Moun-
tainettes, was organized this year with fifty-five charter
members. Under the direction of Miss Betsy Clifford and
Mr. Dwight Miller, the Pep Squad executed its purposes
of creating a better school spirit and presenting colorful
half-time performances with the band at football games.
The Mountainettes were dressed for the performances in
white western hats, shirts, boots, cardinal red skirts trim-
med in white fringe, and western belts with small lassos.
Already the entire student body, administrative staff, and
citizens of Mineral Wells realize the group's contribution
toward a better school spirit.
First Row: Johnson, Abe
Tidwell, Polk. Third Row
Walker, Shadle, Shaw. F
Henry, Halford, Wyatt,
Boone, Cochran, Wolfe,
ton. Tenth Row: Carlock,
VELVA LOCKE ..........
VIOLA HOOPER .........
ernathy, Burns, Woodson, Humphries. Second Row: Gomez, Myers, Riggs,
/: Hooper, Greve, Penix, Jenkins, Glidewell. Fourth Row: Flowers, Green,
ifth Row: Nimmo, Price, Atkinson, Eppler, Daugherty. Sixth Row: Eubanks,
Locke. Se,,enth Row: Martin, Riqqs, Smith, Duren, Ackley. Eighth Row:
Fowler, Reeves. Ninth Row: Gandee, Modrall, Rushing, Hardwick, Harring-
Woolley, Eubanks, Anderson. Eleventh Row: Chaney, Hall, Cooper, Cranford.
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