Paschal Alumni Association
Hall of Honor




Charlie Mary Noble

Sue B. Mann

Gladys Houston Parker

Morgan Jones Davis

Wilmer Lee Allison


Price Daniel


Samuel P. Asper

Earl Meadows


Ruby Lee (Hackney) Piester


Charles Tandy

Howard M. Fender

Lila Banks Cockrell

Ted Norman

Melvin O. Dacus


Mary Elizabeth "Liz" Smith

Horace W. Busby, Jr.

Dr. Laura Lee Grogran Crane

Robert Jackson Robinson


Elston Brooks

Dan Jenkins




Charles Frank Pendleton




Edwin Shrake


Robert Floyd


Dr. Aubrey Taylor



Captain Alan L. Bean

Frank B. Ryan


Don Eugene Bowden


Dr. James M. Dunn

Charlie R. Hillard


Morton M. Meyerson


Sherwin M. Goldman

Martin Frost

Donald R. Kirks

Dr. Rebecca Ann Naylor



Gayle Hunnicutt Jenkins

J. Andy Sullivan

Richard E. Rainwater

Dr. Bill J. Leornard

Dr. Tom Delton Dillehay

J. Henry "T-Bone" Burnett

Robert Denn Fleer

Bill Owens


Donald Ray Curry

Ben Hogan

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Astronomy Teacher; the Noble Planetarium is her namesake

Educator; made Who's Who in American Education in the 1941-1942 edition.

Alpha State Treasurer of Delta Kappa Gamma

President of Exxon 1957-61

He was a National Intercollegiate Tennis Champion, winning 32 matches and becoming a top tennis coach at the University of Texas

Texas Representative (three terms), Attorney General of Texas (elected three times), four years as a US Senator, three terms as Governor of Texas.

Doctor, contributed to research on the thyroid gland.

Set Olympic pole vault record in 1936 (14'3") and broke world record with 14'11". He held the record until the fiberglass pole was invented.

Made Who's Who of American Women in 1968, and was social worker of the year in 1969.

Founder of Tandy Corporation.

Attorney General of Texas 1963-1973

First woman elected Mayor of a major US City--San Antonio in 1975.

Entertainer on KXTX and later WBAP

Singer, Actor at Casa Manana and Shakespeare in the Park and teacher at TCU

Journalist at New York Newsday and NBC's "Live at Five"

Politician, Assistant to Price Daniel and advisor to Allen Shivers.

Directory of Starpoint School at TCU

US Olympic basketball team in 1948; has Ph.D. in theology from Southwestern Baptist Seminary.

Journalist, had "The Elston Brooks Show" on the radio from 1965-1971.

Known as "the father of modern American sports writing, Mr. Jenkins wrote for Sports Illustrated for 23 years and also wrote several books. The typewriter he used to write Life Its Ownself resides in a display case in Paschal.

Awarded a Congressional Medal of Honor; was killed in Korea on July 7, 1953 due to a choice to remain on the battlefield even though he was wounded. His widow sent the Medal to Paschal; it now rests in the Panther Hall of Honor case.

Wrote Blessed McGill, which is in Texas' top 50 best books, and wrote Willy Nelson's biography.

Partner of multimillion dollar company Fitz&Floyd china, which is used in the White House.

Was President of the American Physiological Society and the
Microcirculatory Society and was a chairman in the Cardiopulmonary Council of the American Heart Association.

Fourth US Astronaut to land on the moon; landed with Apollo 12 mission on
Dec. 22, 1969 and took Paschal's flag to the moon, where it still is.

Quarterback for multiple professional football teams and Director of Athletics and Professor of Math at Yale University.

Developed freeze-dried food

Specialist on Separation of Church and State

Founder of Charlie Hillard Ford, Hillard Leasing, Hillard Rent-A-Car, and other companies.

President of company Electronic Data Systems in Dallas; his namesake is the Meyerson Concert Hall.

Tony award winning Broadway Producer

Member of Congress, US Representative

Considered the foremost pediatric radiologist.

She created the Bangalore Baptist Hospital in India and the first women to graduate surgery residency program at University Southwestern Medical School.

Movie actress

Nationally known expert in pediatric orthodedics

In charge of Rainwater, Inc. which owns Mira Vista Estates

Founding Dean and Professor of Church History at Wake Forest University

Discovered village (Monte Verde) built over 13,000 years ago.

Grammy award winning Songwriter, Performer and Producer

Member of Thunderbirds in the Air Force

First Republican Governor of Colorado in over 20 years, top ten rising political stars.

Member of US Olympic boxing team.

Famous golfer, won many tournaments such as the British Open and the Colonial


PHS ALUMS HEAD TO MAJOR LEAGUE
Two former Paschal Panther baseball players were selected in the Major League Amateur draft in June. Second baseman German Duran, drafted out of Weatherford College, was picked up by the Rangers as one of the top draft picks. Tyler Bullock, a pitcher at Baylor University was drafted by the Atlanta Braves.

Paschalite Named to US Women's 60's Tennis Team
The United States Tennis Association has named Mary McLean Wilson '63 to the United States 60's Alice Marble Cup tennis team.

In Remembrance:
Recently in Iraq, Paschal graduate Kelly Lewis Hornbeck (C/O '85) was killed in action. Kelly Hornbeck was born in Selma, Ala., on June 28, 1967.



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