The Westerner World (Lubbock, Tex.), Vol. 25, No. 2, Ed. 1 Friday, September 19, 1958 Page: 4 of 4

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THE WESTERNER WORLD
Friday, September 19, 1958
New Officers Elected In Homerooms
Homeroom officers for the
1958-59 school term have been
chosen by several homerooms.
Homeroom 223: Ann Douglas,
president; Johnny Day, vice-pres-
ident; Jo Ann Dennis, secretary-
treasurer; Kay Robison, Student
Council representative. Home-
room 119: Jan Cone, president;
Wilma Waggoner, vice-president;
Judy McKinney, secretary; Bar-
bara Seale, reporter; Jerry Mor-
rison, Morning Watch represen-
tative; Pat Tucker, student coun-
cil representative.
Homeroom 203: Harriet Watts,
president: Beverly Bigham, vice-
president; Johnny Houston, sec-
retary; Pat Somers, reporter;
Nancy Jones, Morning Watch
representative; alternate, Betsy
Robinson; Julia Rosendo, Student
Council alternate. Homeroom 120:
Brenda Boaz, president; Lonnie
Eakle, vice-president; Karen Aus-
burn, secretary; Tam Bannister,
social chairman; Frank Villar-
real, reporter; Shirley Herrmann,
parliamentarian.
Homeroom 104: Ruth Rix, pres-
ident; Ralna English, vice presi-
dent; Billie Latch, secretary;
Frances Reynolds, reporter; Bet-
ty Johnston, Morning Watch rep-
resentative; alternate, Diane
King. Homeroom 305: Rodney
Pace, president; Willie Fern Wat-
son, vice-president; Shelley White,
secretary and reporter; Lila Mc-
Allister, Student Council repre-
sentative; Mary Ann Smith and
Kaye Austin, Morning Watch rep-
resentatives.
Homeroom 114; Neal Parker,
president; Sherry Holloman, vice-
president; Mary Carol Tipps, sec-
retary; Judy Clark, Student Coun-
cil representative; alternate, Kar-
en James; Carron Evans, Morn-
ing Watch representative; alter-
nate, Dorothy Sparks. Homeroom
107: Nita Kirkpatrick, president;
Jean Newsom, vice-president;
Billie Turner, secretary-treasur-
er; Jean Jones, Student Council
representative; alternate, Don
Hopson; Brenda Guy, parliamen-
tarian. Homeroom 209: Toby Fos-
ter, president; Bobbye Richards,
vice-president; Jan Daniel, sec-
retary; Elaine Lindsey, treasurer;
Mike Farley, Student Council rep-
resentative.
Homeroom 202: Ann Eakle,
president; Ronnie Hill, vice-pres-
ident; James Mitchell, secretary-
treasurer; Johnny Christman,
Morning Watch representative.
Homeroom 204: Charlie Rob-
erts, president; Vivian Yeisley,
secretary-treasurer; Markay Rey-
nolds, reporter; Pat Ralls, Morn-
And Enjoy
Fast Service
and
Fine Foods
ing Watch representative.
Homeroom 103: Lynnette Mc-
Millan, president; Cecile Camp,
vice-president; Sandra Morris,
secretary; Mike Eldridge, Stu-
dent Council representative; al-
ternate Toni Thomas; Darla Kay
Davis, Morning Watch represen-
tative; alternate Cecile Camp;
Leland Morley, parliamentarian;
Frank Smith, program chairman;
Verne Kirby, reporter.
Homeroom 109: Jerry Jordan,
president; Patty Wright, vice-
president; Linda Hudgeons, sec-
retary; Lyn Cross, Morning
Watch representative. Homeroom
121: Richard Campbell, president;
Judy Kelly, program chairman;
Patsy Webb, secretary; Royal
Furgeson, Student Council rep-
resentative; alternate, Bobby
Batson; Karen Mason, Morning
Watch representative; alternate,
Sarah Followill.
Homeroom 207: Dean Harris,
president; Kaye Polk, vice-presi-
dent; Vauda McCallon, secretary;
Sandra Wilburn, publicity chair-
man; Harriet Moore, Morning
Watch representative. Homeroom
108: Harold Hurst, president;
Jim Crory, vice-president; Saun-
dra Davidson, secretary; Julia
Cline, Morning Watch represen-
tative; Richard Brown, parlia-
mentarian; Janelle Scott, vice-
president; Pat Woodall, social
chairman; Brenda Hood, secre-
tary; Emily Lira, Morning Watch
representative; alternate, Brenda
Hood; DeEtte Maxey, Student
Council representative; alternate,
Nelson Koscheski.
Homeroom 303: Robert Stewart,
president; Male ol m Morrison,
Student Council representative;
La Vora Hanks, Morning Watch
representative.
Homeroom 211: Jon Lemon,
president; Phyllis Elliot, vice-
president; Linda Smith, secre-
tary; Charlotte McMillan, report-
er; Cary Marshall, sergeant-at-
arms.
Homeroom 310: Joyce Vaught,
president; Lynn Lawson, vice-
president; Linda Ryno, council
representative; Betty Rogers, sec-
retary.
Dr. C. Earl Hildreth
OPTOMETRIST
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Seventeen
PAT TUCKER
Pat, a senior cheerleader, models
THERMO-JAC'S new class coat with
quilted lining, worn with matching
tapers—both of a new buffed poplin fabric
that's soft as doeskin, yet
rugged as a "jean."
Coat--$12.98
Tapers--$6.98
Fall's latest
fashion..wear with
flapper dress,
slacks, Bermudas,
skirts, alone with
sweaters..perfect
for chilly football
games and ski
wear., in stretch
nylon, .sizes —
small (5 - 5'3 " ), j
med. (5'3"-5'6")/
tall (5'6 " - u p ) .
Deb utites..seamless
..red, black,
royal..2.98
Bonnie tights.,
seams..red, black,
b e i g e . . 3.9 5
Hosiery, First Floor
3404 - 34th
Indiana Gardens
Across from
School
LOGAN'S

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