Angleton High School - Angle Yearbook (Angleton, TX)

 - Class of 1960

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XXI' must luxe f.1ith in our democratic wry of lite, and it tleterininuiun tu ilu nur put in keeping our country L1S.1fCPlt1CClH which tu lixe. This is the first lHI'.1klLl.lllI1tlj dns llklt l luxe lull the 1-ppiirtunity to follow through Iiuur lC.1I'S ul' high sthiiul, l luxe turiiwn tit hue Aureiit lfiith in the tl.tss uf 1960, I will predict 1 very SUlL'CS5f4Lll future fur the mgjurity tit, the t'l.1w XY'e will .1lw.1ys welcome you luck to Anlgletiin High Stlitiiil, l teel rh.1t yiiu will .une the future cl.is5es .1 worthy tgtul to reith. Mag' Gotls hlesxiiixux he upiin yiiu thriiuxuh .ill tit yiiur illix. 5 , 5 4. A .f f , Y , 'Wf Q Q 3' 1 A 1"Qif K nu Q , 1 252 i mnlauhb. u .N A Q Z QS" ,ef "fY igw-B J M' W IXIR. FRIED NY, CQOFKE. JR, fjuitx Iittmmnits and Football BS.. 5.1111 Huusttm State acuiy INIR. RONALD RAY I-IOENIG Driwt' Ifdtttttticwn and Football BS.. I'r1ixt-rSityofH0t1S ,nun -- MRS ,IUNIIf IZSAI' Ifnglixh I .md II IIA.. Run' IUNIIIIIIL' I CICUAII MR. 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'ff' 'Qt 1' Sherry Adams Ricky Adcock Bob Amos Tim Anderson Dale Ansley Bob Barnes Buddy Barnett Mary Becker Wendell Beene Anna Sue Berryhill Frank Bonvillian Joyce Bowles Linda Boyd Margie Bracey Richard Buchta Billy Bailes Vicki Baker Myra Bargainer PGS 122912 Corliss Baker Jesse Curtner Kenny Corley Mary Alice Cothron Vera Cupp FQSAIDQIZ Helen Calderon Gail Campbell Carolyn Carr Eugenia Chlebek james Conley jim Davis Pat Dueitt Kenny Eberspacher jerry Farrer Julia Ferguson Mike Fradella Mary Franklin Earl French jan Fulmer Juanita Gaona Buddy Gustavsen and other Freshmen busy at work in classroom. fe sf 122 Q12 jamie Giesecke Bubba Goff Richard Gray Burgess Griesenbeck Kathleen Griffin Ruth Griffin Loretta Grimmerr Gerry Gundy jerry Gundy Darlene Gunter Buddy Gustavsen Linda Guthrie Henry Garza Kenny Gerdes Kay Giese FQ S5122 Q12 Peggy Hammons Sue Hanson Perry Hardwick Grant Harris Wanda Harris Howard Harvey Betsy Hearn Pat Heffernan Ted Hefner john Henry Gary Hess Mike Hines Lily Horn Doris Huntsman Robert Hurst Suzanne Jamison Ronme Rice seems to be in trouble wrth Mr von Rosenberg Robert and Ronnie warm the bench. Louis Lulcasheay Robert Luna C. J. Lycka Joyce Macek Mary Martinez Libba Masterson PGS Kenneth LaBeth Ardys Lacaze Bill Lackey Dennis Lambert Linda Little 122912 Diana Koenig Donnie Krenek Ronnie Krenek Danny Kuykendall Timothy jones Richard juroska Arthur Roberts Dianne Roberts Vickey Roberts Robert Salisbury Ann Sthmiclt john Sebesta jane Simmon Billy Ray Simons Linda, jane, and julia seem to be enjoying themselves. Carolyn Simons Donna Sims Ronnie Slate Ricky Smith Ronnie Spradley Jeanette Stanley j7I"Q.S' 122912 Gail Steves john Stone Blanc- Stouygh Richard Thomas Brenda Tinney Lnvon Townsend Linda Townsend Billy Ray Turner Lynette Fllrich Lonnie Veselka Donald XX'agner resfmen Freshmen boys gettmg candy between classes Th jjerson affzes . 1 il? ' af f fm., ,l fi' ,, ' ,1 f QQ' Aucs KORENBK W ,Q -': f, A Aiili 590012 mbsf jfanrkozne RICHARD WARE cSec'n12 rf Foy! Zeauffzkf JACKIE MARSHALL fjlgzfrf Was! 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" ff' pun-Q,-...ww I wwf 'W O A ,, ' - J ,K 'YQ'- I Y I X a....,..,.,Q,, ,, .N ,,,h My anna-we -- 47 1' . , 5 . , , Y 1-LM A W, N, ,,.w-,.. .Q-up , My-.115 X 'll ,,., is H ,..,, ,.---- -,, Ji.- ,,..-,- ,l 'J 7 cgzveeffeczrl ALICE KORENFK 7715 77 Zleau JIMMY ARMSTRONG Y 11QM..... ,. . .LL mm' P A ,Q f ,,...1-Ms-.!.4. 4,..4--ff Q , ...--'np if JIMMY ARMSTRONG Always a fine example to his fellow classmates, Jimmy has been elected to a great many honors. A member of the National Honor Society and the President of the Student Council, he has also served as class officer. Everyone likes Jimmy because of his fine character and personality. ZU60 75 l E750 JOYCE SCHWEINLE Joyce has many meritable accomplishments to her credit. She has served not only on the Student Council, but also as a class officer. She is active in girls' athletics, sings in the choir, and is a mem- ber of the National Honor Society. Well mannered and always thoughtful of others, Joyce is the choice. GAYLON HUGHES Gaylon is not only .1 friendly and popular boy, but also one whose mme consistently appears on the "A" Honor Roll. He is Vice-President of his cl.1ss and a cl.1ss favorite. He plays trombone in the A.H.S. Band. A great favorite in the junior Class, Gaylon is surely on his way to success. U50 75 f DON SMITH This much-accomplished boy is Cl very prominent member of the junior Class. Aside from his duties as President of the class, Vice-President of the Honor Society, and President of the Math Club, Don also finds time for football. Industrious Don is looking forward to a bright fumre. 2 T' JUDY LEATHERXVGOD A very promising student in A.l-l.S. is pretty Judy Lentherwood, who has taken an active part in school activities since she has been in high school. judy serves as choir pianist and has been elected both class officer and class favorite for the past two years. She is a member of the Appreciation Club and was chosen to be in the National Honor Society. 'fx , . 'D I. Zjfo is 0 RONNIE GUNDY Ronnie is 21 distinguished member of the sopho- more class. He is not only ri member of the National Honor Society, but he is on the Student Council, and last year served the class as President. A favorite with everybody, Ronnie deserves the best. JAMIE GIESECKE Although jamie is relatively new in high school, she has made a good beginning as President of the Freshman Class, and ninth grade cheerleader. She enjoys school and school activities, and partici- ates in basketball and tennis. Best of luck, Jamie p . . , in your future years in A.H.S. YU 0 5 0160 PERRY HARDWICK Perry has already made something of a record for himself. As a member of the Student Council and President of his home room, Perry has already as- sumed great responsibility. He is a busy and popular member of the Freshman Class. Perry won first place in Declamation in the Interscholastic League competition. Perry's sure to go a longlway. Cm .S mn f Q .,,,., ..LN Qu WMM W, Q ' - xx 1 1 in 4, W an liurw T' vw -2, 'K U f ,Q . 5 W V 4 5 00? wi E4 SVLUVAN JIMMY ARMSTRONG S N pqmgqpf President BILLY PATTERSON Vice-President JOYCE SCHXWEINLE Secretary CSXUUQUX G0 uncz' SEATED: Vicki Kennedy, Dianna Mullin. Billy Patterson, jimmy Armstrong, Joyce Schweinle, Charlotte Roberts, Mary Ann Rau. STANDING: VUade Cook, Billy McGlaun, Don Smith, Ronnie Gundy, john Stone, Perry Hiirtlwick. CHARLOTTE ROBERTS Treasurer il A money-making proiect CSXUOQJQX Goan CI. The purpose of the Student Council is to promote school leadership, scholarship, stu- dent-teacher relationships, and to charter and guide the activities of the student organizations and various all-school activ- ities. This year the Council has done many things which have helped to promote the school. These include financing the Senior Float, painting the parking stripes, allow- ing the Freshmen to be on the Council, forming a junior High Student Council, and promoting the use of the victory flag and the school spirit bottle. This year the Student Council has been very successful in their attempts to better Angleton High School. AIRS. XYILSON BIARGO FARRER Sponsor Editor-in-Chief 7affkr KAREN SVI? CAl.DXX'El.l. SHARON Business Manager '-jdffkr CMI6 Assistant Ifrlitur 7 STANDING: Murray Montgomery. Alma Burton. Billie Lcegh, 'loNell Webb, Vicki Kennedy Diana Mullin, Velma Stockwell, Becky Clements, Marilyn Stracik, Anna Meyers, Susan Buck, Lois Rust, Carol Cole, julia Ferguson, Scathera Red. Dorothy Bonneau, Kay Giese, Elsie Phillips Anna Berryhill, Barbara Davlin, Judy Campbell, lNIrs. NX'ilson. Ronnie Nash. SEATED: K C ld ' ' A aren a well, Sharon Biddle, Pat Lynn Rice. Margo Farrer XVanda Warren Barbara Crabt , , ree, bfary Ann Douglas. fl' Iyndon receives advirc. Mllfflfl SYIUSU SPCUIYU- roofrc icling is rmpoitinr The Tattler is published every two weeks by the Tattler Staff. The Tattler Club as- sists the staff in stapling the pages of the paper together and in the writing of the articles. In order to publish the Tattler every other Thursday, the staff meets every other Monday during noon. There is also a great deal of time spent out of school by the staff collecting the information necessary for the articles. The school is very fortunate in having such a hard working staff. Cutting., a stencil is hard work. Records have to be kept Ideas ue flled for mmm use MARY ANN FAICKNEY Editor-in-Chief JACKIE MARSHALL DELL HARRIS Business Manager Assistant Editor MR, HUGHES PATTY PARDONNER Sponsor 77 f S ' ' Second Assistant Editor ze ny e C IW STANDING: Charl Pat Atkinson, Ginny Giesecke, Patty Pattlonner, Don ,Smith Harris Swan ,SITTING Lew Webb Mary Ann Douglas, jackie Marshall, Mary Ann Faickney, Dell Harris, Mr. Hughes, .jan Cooksey, Jimmy Armstrong. es Roessler. Margo Montgomery. Ruth Ann Lauson Nannette Kirkpatrick, s if frm-M .. 7 l lllillgliil ii I F! ' - annzny IAQ Mr. Hughes instrufts Ruth Ann and Marilyn on selling tefhniques. 51 FT? f.f:L I- Q M gl K-un ,,,,A N- ' W ' ' . ' w-,, Patty and Mary Ann check records and MHFY Ann, Naflflefie, Dell, and .limmY Margo, Charles, and Pat screen pictures make many import decisions. plan budget. Jan, Harris, jarkie, Ginny, Don, and Nannette sort, name, and "job" hundreds of pictures. 760 IVR? Q '-gt fn W' X U A fd? I Q, -1 ' , 'ln ,..,. ..., Pix, ,-1. W Q, ,,..,. 1 lnO'4 U' , ' L T 'V 52 2? .WDC ai 'fs L , 1, i f it , iii. if 5. a W H155 , N A Y f Q P 'R wx N N' gy, U1 . it 4- 1-M, , M, ,I I if 11 1 'R 1 G 1... T, 'C Quai Left to right: B. Peters, J. Philips, XV. Pursely. C. Roberts. N. Rust, J. Schweinle, D. Smith, J. Stone, M. Stracik, Y. Trevino, Xfafzona ijinor C ioczefy The National Honor Society of Angleton High School was organized in May, 1958. It is an organization for outstanding students in the secondary school and is the highest honor that can be conferred by the school. Requirements for membership are character, service, leadership, and scholarship. When one is elected into the National Honor Society, it is not only for his career in the secondary school but is for life, and he, as a student and a graduate of the high school, going out into life, will be held to the pledge as a member of the National Honor Society to endeavor always to try to raise secondary education to higher and higher levels. OFFICERS BUDDY PETERS President . Vice-President . - DON SMITH OYCE SCHWEINLE Treasurer ,. CHARLES JONES NATIONAL HONOF2 SOCIETY N I X k Secretary , 'I ADVISOR NIr I Chester Bryant 'Q' Yin., w'..,. Mr. Wlilliamson instructs students in newly formed club. oasfznasfef is CZAJ6 The basic purposes of the Toastmasters' Club are to present a wortlnyhile and eclucational group of public speakers, and to give club members the opportunity to participate in speech ac- tiyity. At each meeting, an educational program is presented to the members, who also attend as many dramatic presentations, Students listen to speakers sponsored by collegiate drama classes, as possible. i ff' 0 TOP ROXXT Ann IwlcAdams, Vera Cupp, XX'ilma XY'enyel, Myra Newberry. SECOND ROXV: 4 La Nell Meadows, Eddie Raye Mills, Martha Huntsman, Maxine Koenig, THIRD ROW: Nancy ,V Rust, Ruth Brocl. Barbara Harris, Patsy Thompson, FOURTH ROXXY W'ayne Park. Sauntlra Holmes. Jean Vavra, Sponsor-Mr. Wfilliamson. Q Q 1' ' . 0, Av ., Q., J V It If W p r 'af -w, , ,,.,.,,Qw l Q. E3 2 4 ,of '34 fb -nn!" NNN! 'uw W W -f. 1 ,J '1 In r , f 99 SA f-: 4 9 if 'f as 3' Q: " , ia x x 1' f -.L Q M ,mg 315 me Q zz A aw' . 2, :LY -,311 ,F eg!! 'II .qv I I lg' T of 558 fly' W A ,gbi Q. lr 17 W. as 'f em all 4-air-pd fu-f,,..,., M.. .. ,,,,,,..- f. - 41 "'- .4-Q swf -us, .r M A 1-M-..,m..4--nrvlqd ' ' .aumzzr ,ua .-.vxz-MAm..gM..4A .za A. as ,-'swan wa .1...,.1:.'.,z.z,..f.....M......' " ' ..........' 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A 5 5-"' 1' .f. ?,i ' 4 izvwiu'-2 ,g .L 21234 ,,, 4 'WL 'tif' 1 '1 if 5, 1 . ng f , H2 F W? -5' WWW- ,w 1 QQ? , M .X P 2 1' -1' Wdawmnn Q W" LL I . fy an fs Aaiiqiiq ,, . x .jg iiffkfg wma 'iw sk fv A Nw 4 'J' "1 Our future tenehers. I x J' ' ? ., , ..,ft Miss Reese reads to the Club. ,-.f jufure eac' ers 0 t menea Giving students .tn opportunity to lC.1I'Il the history of teach- ing .ind the requirements of .i good te.u'her, the lfuture Te.1c'her's Club offers excellent opportunities to students interested in teaching. During the ve.1r, Club members observed Classes Of the elementary and junior high schools of Angleton and attended a District I Convention in Port Arthur, and State Convention in Denton. BACK ROXV: J. Simmon. D. Legg. P. Meveis. D. HLlI'l5tJLlI'. I. Rouse. C. Bledsoe. C. Downing. J , - M. Stockvvell. L. Munson, B. Preuss. L. Perry. M. Cole, Y. iVarren, L. Cieslinski. S. Lowe, A. Anderson. B. Cochran. C. Gtirlsnd. Sponsor -Miss Reese. FRONT ROXXY 1. Salisbury., E. Sykes C. Cornelius. R. Dueitt. B, Easterling. S Moore. L. Scott. K. Burnett. L. DulDOSe, ,L XOUDQZ- A 3 l iw 'il welll r -1 . - HW, M , tif 1 h 4 3 Q .e, K, , ,f . , TM Q, o 1 L 5 4, ist? X IV .n.,, .Z , A ...nr -'ie' 1,1-p..v X im I ,ff T W .nl sf' 5 , E 5 ml ' v V- W, , L I 'V ww: ML V sw 1 'VL :Ml Q. Q, . s M3 ,GQ if 5 A H W 7 Q . af ' j X 9 V ' 4 J. , I am 'Q..-: H 4. H' M, afxffis Q, ,ff I V M . X 4 Q it c 44 ., gmvh 1 q ,FV m , Qi. I h 4 1 WQBIYY 4 gn 7,5 iz X 'f . gguwqq , Y f M 4-f VL . ,, KN qffriq . . , 4 4 Z3 H ,V M 4 sq.: ,,,,,a RJ ff aw Q , M sul W' X 'gg , :U v '2 7 4'-Zn-4 ... - vu 'K - ', M' Q 4. K ' ' 2' 1 W sf 4?- '5 , ' s II5 N- rf I Mr. Vi'ise and Kenneth conduct meeting: Harris. ,-.1 f nolzsfrzd .jffs In creat-ing 41 better understanding of the world of industry for industrial arts students, the I.A.C. members enjoy Club ac- tivity while obtaining L1 better insight on their future professions. LEFT TO RIGHT: Harris. Kadera, Beene. Donham. Gundy. Sponsor, Mr. XX'ise, Shell. XVarren, Barnes. Blackwell, Hess V'eel-cs, Corley, Green, Robinson, Canon. The Club stops for picture Kay. Geritk, SECOND ROXXY Barnett, jones. THIRD ROXV: Ill uw Ai, . M3 ,,, , . 1 , . Y 1 Af , .. ., , 1, fl , V f i 1 Y -M .1 V Q V 4 K f V' "E mggg, L 'aggffj' , H M ,. .WA-4 41 , f .WM .Q Aw: QWYWFIE - ' ' " " gf" " F ' Lf 5 . ' 32 ' .W W 3,155 9 N, P ' A I A ff V. 41 . - 5 4 1 f fi ?'f I 41 I w W: A Z .wilk V J X31 Q, , , , V 7 V, frm I ,V Wx' ii 5 5 by A 192144527 gg ,J Q, i ij 28 .W , 7 I it X W J M aw , . A? L f , QQ 9 V k , Y MM ,. . A M2 35 gli f ., ff ff -4 W 'fk-.f?giw M fm W 015 ,W K W Vx Y M A 3 I z V fs U " l in 1 Nqr ga-4 M jk 4' Ag WL W 2 A 3: Q ff 'M A N X in ,Q k ., ff 'Ju W f ' , Q. M f ,Wx Q Km, 58 has k 1 .V V' ,gg S Tm., f" aa 13 'E -I QU1ifdHOfCSCfOy INTIIRNATIONAL HONORARY SOCIETY FOR HIGH SCHOOL JOURNALISTS BACK ROXV: Jimmy Armstrong, Sharon Biddle, Patty Pardonner. Mary Ann Douglas, Billie Lou Leech, Velma Stockwell Susan Buck K1ren Caldwell Ronnie Yisl SEATED 7 , . I I ' , . 1 1. : Mrs. XX ilson, iulvisor, Margo Farrer, Mary Ann Fuickney, Ikfr, Hughes. advisor. In 5' I V43 , .fu 2' V ' -1,9 ik! A , ay Y f a x 'Sign I ,Q 4 nw "NJ Mm flax ll WH Ylfz W W 2 I 445-33561 N. ,+, , V A new gy sf' lr f aan. .-.. ,Q K Q' N 4 ,E 5 .Exp ,4, y , ,. Q, 5, if .wi W K ' gs' f fd R f A H Az 'ang .,.. ,, ,, . I YQ Y -grann- nav- 'R 2 1 an X 'if may , , v x 1 , bmw-.ef Q' m 1? x 6 5 x I", fi f -'ii' w 2 '51 i fgwx 7 -v-..., -n.. . , ,.':f , N ,Ei ,, ,, sf v Churlnes Aunt xn action TOP ROW Cqrlos Amoe jmumy Plulllps Bobby Kunck Buddy Peters MIDDLE ROW Anne Q 13 I. A 'wi H A7 k M-:bmw M, Q ,. K A e if ,gm ZA, Sv., sa If .lf Q Q "FSH if 95 , q if Q ig, 5. QM? , 1 S P 4... an an-1 +1-2 Af- fr 3 A 1. , gy 2 if 5 .1 . 5. 3 -rn '7 .. ff . 45' QI- ML - ,Q-W :J -gf: X 310-. 5 M ...M H an Km' 'W " 'Q """"W' fum.. ,,,,.., ,.. 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U f W ' I V, I 'Q' 1 'XR . ,E ' ' W ' A Q V Wildcats make impressive entrance, Kwik Gerald Buchta Wolfe George Drury Another Deer bites the dust! The 1959 Angleton Wfildcat Team lost no time in overcoming inexperience to have one of the best football records in the schoolls history. The Wilcl- cats had a well balanced attack with swift, elusive baclcs and a fast, strong line. In Angleton's first game of the season, the Wild- cats downed the Wharton Tigers 14-O. Needless to say, the trip home from Wharton was a happy ride for all the Wildcats! K R13 XY'ildc11ts xxymh supporters yell at night honfire. Barry Kerr The second game was not as pleasant. The Bay City Blgtclccttts turned luck the Wildc.1ts 30-6. The XVildc.1ts decided that losing was no fun and that they would do something about it. They did! They were undefeated for the remainder of the season. Carlos Amos The Captains of the Vfildcut team. George Drury. Barry Kerr. Hill Pdttcrson. and Cicmld Buthtn. Bill Patterson Xicw of hix xuvrk Ons giant step to xirtnryf I-Llruld Knrznck. M.1n.1gc'r. slwws :mother 7 Rwiicrt Ijutitt R.lj'm.inJ Fgldm- Miz? ik .Terry DeXY'ccSc Glen French ibm l cn., Thc next victciry for tha Wilciclts xx is LSPCCIIHX swcct. It was iwcr an nhl rix 11 thr XX ut Columw Roughnccks. The 50-6 virtnry hclpcd tha Wilrinits achieve thc cmifiriciicc that plucd sunh ln importint part in their successful season 0 19 Bobby Krenek I I ga-N5 cvnolbvm Larry Martin .-1" Hard practice shows in all the Vfildcat s games The poxxcrpacltcd superbly conditioned Wildcats ploughed through the Clear Creek Wildcats 56-0 for their third victory of the season in their first con ference clash. The team returned from an open-date week with the same courageous desire to win as displayed in the weeks before IJIUCS Mx rick All-District Team rr- 'vs Buda' QW 6, 17? 9156 . ,qu .M Qs ,, N ,,, V I ir" Q . - ,bl 3 .581 w i 4 TI.- Q ' ' .1 f ',.f-' Y- , , ji", .-Z f - ,. ,..-:QM Q, 5..-'ff 4: K-1 1 - 'tn ' . . K A 'A "4 , ,- V' , Qfjipa-f-nu' - . v - xgfpfgf -A Mtf, , ,A . , 'ff ,R ,X W' , ,V hug, fir-9 ,J -,4 , .X f - "":- Q, an I M M JK. ,gay W.-V , ','?."""-7!q..1r -A I- ' "f'Lff'f4f'ff"-'S' "' -r -ffi ?f'f"'1 ,V .'t'?'l' 1' Q OFF!!! .,. I s Donald Andrews Ronald Andrews Frank Calderon nz ,ff if WV '21 .. The A.H.S. Coaching Staff. N. 14 41' f l ul' All-County Team. i. The Dickinson game was truly one of the most exciting of the season. Not only was it Homecoming, but it was the last game for 16 seniors to play in Wildcat Stadium. 'During the traditional half-time ceremonies, Barbara Lynn Roberts was crowned Foot- ball Sweetheart by team captains Barry Kerr, Billy Patterson, Gerald Buchta, and George Drury. The Wfildcats performed brilliantly as they came from behind to beat the Gators 19-14 before a crowd of 4,000 homecoming fans. Russell Mathevs s Travis Hall XWWWW 0044, Kenneth Green Steve Duncan Captains proudly show their lovely Sweetheart. Robert Py burn Don Smith l The last two games for the Wlildcats were away from home. They traveled to L.1Porte and upset the Bulldogs Homecoming 44-O. Since the XVilElc.1ts had lost the flip to advance to the play-offs the week before the Santa Fe game, they played their last game with a determination to prove their ability as a TEAM. The Indians fell 58-6. Rickey Stott if The Wildcats make another important play. WM Mitt Morehead Wildcats race for another touchdown. I mem 224 Butch Veit And so ended the story of a TEAMQ a team that was District Co-Champions, and a team that will long bc remembered. Second Team All-District. X 'x A trophy and good food mark an important octasiwn. 1959 t700f5afja12 uef Everyone truly felt that the XX'ildcats earned this Banquet. 'Y - AHS. Cheerleaders line up for food l5I Cheerleaders stir up spirit with 11 pom-pom dance. Pep Wales if4qOl2Q Ofe C plflf lv ., . .,,,...o,i The band furnishes the music for the pep rallies. I52 "Visitors" come to add enthusiasm to Homecoming pep mllv Bonfires are high point of football season. The Wfildcats watch the bonfire with interest. 1 us Ronnie Gundy, Richard Cook, and Skippy Moore. L 19 " If ,7eam ffl C1l2C1yUl'.Y Bill Rhodes. Ronnie White, and Ross Bacon ff' nam Ciapfazkzs F, K C412 77 R eam R oes ffnkfgafeof Left Rl nf ' M IJ ' 790122 Cbeerkafkzrs' to right: Jackie Meyer, Patty Pardonner, Janie Leach, Judy Simmon, Donna Legg. J n Www iff ' ww? AR. . mv V j il fb Q? 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A xx ' x f' ' Q JM' ,X X iygfqli 'Li' 'n 2' 'U I 5 H Q Q v EP I. 1 N. ll' E ", IOM, S . , 1 ' ' Q5 1 f W., 2555 1' 'Ui' in 'I fy Q .Q , f YK s ,RTV E gif ' ' x if W A - 4 5 I Q gy L I z 5 ,af Qfqim l60 I J 1 f gi gr ' Q f M AW, Q A , Q2 E 1' - 1 Zh-GAG!! C ,MCA MR. XYALTER PETERSON KG.YQ6GM 7961112 FRONT ROW: B. Rhodes, B. McGla1un, J. Myrick, R, Harris. R. XY'.1rc. C. Ingrum, J. XVi1li.1ms. SECOND ROXW: L. Martin. C. Hewitt. T. Hall. H. Sherman. T. Smith. P. Luna. R. Cook. Vilxltcr Peterson, Coach. ,"F O' J , V Z4 ANGLETW NG LET!! M QLETUQ Q X . QXLETUK T0 . KN , T erm" , muswi WSLEW 'ima' XX, 'EECIIZIA I i i fD1Q9fa12 Ce Q12 FIRST ROW' E Niday K Green R Harris B Barnes C Am . . , . , . , . , . os. SECOND ROW: J. Veselka, R. Dueitt, P. Luna, R. Andrews. Qgrefdfff UQI?f en FIRST ROW: J. Maywald, D. Andrews, K. Carpenter. SECOND ROW: D. Smith, M. Bagwell, B. Tavel, B. Veit, R. Gundy. , , A :W I -fe EIU 1,3 5g'I I I 5,7 FRONT ROW: Ladewig, Lee, Andrews, Moore, Luna, Munson, Cook, Cook, Andrews. SECOND ROW: Smith, Barnes, Harris, Carpenter, Maywald, Duncan, McLaren, White, Bacon, Green. THIRD ROW: Jerry 90112 .f Brader, Coach, Amos, Tavel, Bagwell, Gundy, Niday, Scott, Veselka, Dueitt, Pyburn, Killough, Veit, Kerr, Veselka, Mathews, Kirby Jett, Coach. colonhf Q12 FIRST ROW: S. Moore, R. Cook, W. Cook. SECOND ROW: R. Scott, B. Killough, B. Kerr, W. Ladewig. .jlfllfk 7729612 FIRST ROW: L. Lee, M. Munson, J. McLaren. SECOND ROW: S. Duncan, R. Pyburn, R. Mathews. 9 R 1 L-.L Q5 Q-v 1 A.H.S. A.H.S A.H.S A.H,S A.H.S A,H.S A.H.S AHS 51 Si -15 W ii il '49 L41 Porte ,, Deer P.1rk Clear Creek S.mt.1 Ve La Parte Y, Deer Park Clear Creek S.1m.1 lfe 1960 Z j1!d'GfQffQ.5' LH --.'. Y wall? ff? -' I 9 . I W, Q4 , ifiw, .. V life-Ll? is COACHES Miss Shirley Gray Mrs. Bettye Schur I AM LOYAL T0 MY TEAM AND TO NYE o I REALIZE THAT MY ACTIONS REFLECT MY CHARACTER MID THATUF MY SCHOOL AND F . I IAM 99050270514 WILDCAT I IfuPH6Ei5'Ti+e mon STANDARDS or mv scu L75 1 MANAGERS Alice Korenek Evelyn Stephens Dell Harris CAPTAINS Joyce Schweinle Charlotte Roberts L ' 4 ' 1111 , ,V 1 in , ,cl ., ai M we .fi rf 4 J . fm-ff fm an , -.Y fi, :sw e E ff? Z f 'Lx ah ,Q v A K ig ML EQ :L Wg L: x , wg Af 'Q , .. ., Z ' Y . f i 'Q 'ag .s, '. k I ,. if ' -2-H , M Q, il I 4? Q' 5 gm 2 Q f -,usutgfgg W as w5. jV7A 1 K+. E v f , gi rfxlfw x we m'5 , v W 9 X' K I i ,., ,, . ,, W 45' N? AEA lg ' ,Q 3 4 5 gi A ilulag f A. V ff?-, -am 'iwlv xf 9 W, w Q W6 ,war X TOP ROW: Gail Campbell, Corliss Barker, Joyce Bowles, Mary Rau, jackie Adams, Beverly Sloan, Miss Gray. SECOND ROW: Linda Little, Pat Waller, Janie Leech, Michal Goff, Peggy Hammons, Sandy Atkinson. THIRD ROW: Mary Davis, Vicki Baker, Jackie Meyer, Billie Colson, jane Simmon, Jamie Giesecke, Margaret Moore 'br'-I ' 321111 are 710119121 ,-5 ffzyem' 9ef CG,xpQr1Q12Ce O12 X59 M E 77 Sjeam CAPTAINS Sandy Atkinson Billie Colson I68 -w '. if M Q Q 3 Q ,,,f zz w . I . 'J 'E fr, M.' fj , i b5a: + XZL ,ff 1' ' i MQ hx' 'Q ,1.5Q,5 xxvxzx y at - ,Q ,xgffff L A- 'I' if V Ln 1 , M E Y X as 1' , , , ' 2 cn , 3 mfavaev fx- 1 , -12 ' W " m -L ' ,Q .. "SHP 7' .Bai .'., 1 ".l N at ' ' X 5 5? 4 -fff 'f fi ,af A A Q X ' iii , wg ,. X J 'W " nz 5 fx 'Wfwmfm ,J ,W ,Q 5A ffl Avi? " 2. 5 :ll DQ ,K ., Un , x , M, N ' 1,f:w?fi? N M. Wifi all ,414 I70 ryan. 4 an ,Q 9 'af M Juni, V ,, -an .Wm 0 5? Q' 1- 4 ,ug 3, at "Mgr 4 , 5 H, ,,w,,g , . K ,L,z4gm-wh?--H V 1 , ,. -I , ' W, V A 1 F " Yr 7 J., Qfw, 45- ag M ,I f M f MA. ww . , , K ' I , ' L N A 5"'QQ..2'f 3 'lwkwi' ' 1 ssl ' ' 42? Y ,iff ,, f , Q V 7463 gg, . .dy 'fav' H , -, 4 .W WM. 'mv' w w,hii ig 4 gf sflgl',,,m:f, TSW it T cgcfoof Zrouggf X Q Scniurs impatiently wiiit in long line to rcncixc rings. Nanny Rust proudly shows her senior ring to Mr, von Ruscnburg. v ww vt ,,,..nr"- 5h.....a l Vik get imu our old study habits again. Students happily U1 look for their assigned seats. JV - Student Council President, jimmy Armstrong leads the student body in Pledge of Allegiance s' 4-..,' Alix' if Hard practice was our key to sutcess. The halls seem more Crowded than ever this vc-ar. mV Urcfjrfs Zfenf f nw 4 Spirits are boosted by the Cheerleaders and Band at the Homecoming Pep-Rnlly. Football captains present the '60 Football Sweet- XX .mda Warren happily recen es the title of Homeroming Queen heart. Barbara Lynn Roberts. Sharon Biddle and Billy Piittcrson dis- cuss the victory over Dickinson at the Homecoming Dance. QUIZ? G1?JKUQQI?.5' Mr, von Roscnburg gives jackie a few words of sncuuragcmcnt before the Fair P.1r.1d6. jackie Marshall is prcscntctl as 1960 Fair Quccn us others look on, V.I.C. proudly show their Sweetheart, Elsie Green. ut the Fair Parade. Band Sweetheart, Margo Farrer. and escort, Mac Hester ride in style in the Fair Parade. C11'fAQl'.5' Zkm 122 .s The XX'ileltat Band stands at tittentiiin be- fore entering Marching Contest. L . ' Q' ti i Students are given the Patch Test tu check for Tuherculosis, :J if-E! ' i , -- L9 315 'fi lt 'V 12 1 Coach jett and Coach Davis ru sist .1 little practice in the halls, S 1-.1-at The last day before Thanksgiving hol- idays wus filled with club parties. f-' f"j Ffzhfer fffougff Datsrfef mi. , -,, 'Wi - 'T"'+w. KEN Mrs, Mi1yn.1rd helps students finish their work hcfore the Christmas Holidays, The Choir gives iinother suctcssful Christmas Concert at the bank, Coach Moorc tim rest easy at half with his team ahead. nff C lfl'IiS'fl12ClS Yfacafzon Isnt the life of a Coach wonderful. Coach Di1xis??? lf... Lets talk this situation over' Robert Dueitt goes in for two more points with the help of Larry Lee and Billy MCGlaun. Good food, pretty girls, and trophies off-set Angleton's "nickel" disappointment at this year's Football Banquet. I79 jesfs an of asfef Boys get ready to take another jump ball. Myra Newberry, Alma Burton, and George Dailey 'bring more honors to school by making All-District Band, while Karen Caldwell makes Regional Band for the fourth year. T? Nl A M gc ,navy I8l nowf cs czence X azk' an mt-'UIQ-1 use Excitement runs high with the falling snow, Students brave the elements to get to class on time. Dell Harris and jackie Marshall can't wait V to join in ix snowball fight. john Noles realizes that patience makes Cl scientist. R - f 4 'ws . fl Orazna fkz Wafe C xczfzng Wonff H vs? ,POVO .. if . , ,, -riff K 'fav , 4 1, , 4 A a Q. f v xml C l nw I nun uc nm 4 1I',I,HXXH. n lllu hmm hur LI nd mlm Ulu I pn Lt, i onsfrucbbn 0 ew 6050. Y . ,S . , -NX ,,.,s, pi 1 - 7 Iwi The new school begins to take shape at last. The juniors wage a strong campaign, but the seniors' pull is too much. I2 Eonyer gays yplea gf przhy ik Everyone gets beautiful before their act on the Lions' Minstrel. The junior-Senior play casts out-do them- selves with their winning performance of "Charley's Aunt." The Interscholastic League contestants represent Angleton welb in every event at the District meet. 8 e,,,f7 1 b is y 6? jasferg--D """'!u4.ae The graduating cheerleaders lead their classes in a yell during the cheerleading clinic. 4'-ll 9 Every girl is a beautitul princess and every boy a knight in shining armor the night of the won- derful -lr.-Sr. Prom, A behind-the-scenes shot of the iuniors working hard to make their prom one of the most successful ever. T v 22. ,Prim MX The witty seniors proxide entertainment at the jr.-Sr. Banquet with the Class W'ill and Prophecy. I87 Come on. Robert. di ,L fkrfzes, J efem OUIQS7 an 4122. 4 4.4 ' Y wlmt's in the punch." "D-,QW A A ig nr 'F' 1 The seniors will have many wonderful memories from their numerous parties. Q3- ,wx,1yzq,,M ,UQ Sammy Lee and Velma Stockwell "cut a rug" at n senior party. W ' '15, -H, I I ,1 we ffe year 0 '60 A little sadness .mtl much happiness fills the heart ot each senior hetore Baccalaureate The seniors rise to receive their diplomas Valedictorian, Joyce Schweinle. leads the proces- sional at Baccalaureate Service. Mr. Sealaml helps students review for finals. , ' , I , 4 141 1 ' ' V C ujvtj 1 UNI L1 , I I X f X , . :M L if . WL J Kzihtlfnf , '4,1'g,' Lf 1 if , wtf fAQl WfnifillI!ff ' I Vlyb1 1," iL, ' V4 101' IQ W-f,j lv ff 7' ,J 1, M QV1f W' 1Cfx WJ U A L L ,Lf ,V A 4' f V fl 250425 Hwy 6, V26 , My if M U fb ZQXM! T ,ffifw fy U ' ! 1 L: V! ! ,QU LVM I' jN Q MJMMU W M my AfNLfM0z, ML If ff V ,W,,, ,yd MM f M fp M .W 1 by ,,, f mi, if X, LL , 1,0 ' ,f f W W f M 0524 W 'Lv N L Mi Wy, N if ' qu . LN ' HZ V , 'fffff JDL U1 'A 'ILM' in 'U ,VCL 'mf Z of J Wm by ,L f 7 off' ,M 'fb fry ffaiwb M! I Af QI 'LU 5 IL mx! X "lbw up 037 J ! My I 706m , 5 gy WLM fubff ffM0W ,W7' Zi! 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PAT TAYLOR ff' by IS iss ,!,?Q.4 f'N'-f bln.- 41 9+-N I V5 -:J fM ' . A ,ZJJZJOW C ',UC1C'AG.S' MR.PETERsox MRGOEKE mR,1fRAz1ER MRHOENIG . . f'j , Q , UIZIUI' 7f19A 'c XJ , C ffeclfffczfllzrs' BARBARA PERRY DEBRA SMITH BIELBA SCHWEINLE LINDA HARGROVE 'Q 1 - S ., .v , - ! AWA M, 4 5,551 A J W f K -'. H' ivl. 2 fa? 5? 1 --,v i 'a k i.' 4. A A ,. XX X Q W t S 5 - if ' 3 1 , i A ,,.. , I 7 :K 34 ' Y M Q if ,iz QV ' Nr gkfgzzfaash ., ' . "'1 ' H . f V " 1 'I , A . .,, .. f Y .. , C clfzlcllllx' Gcorge Wllync Phillips jerry Gundy Pat Huffurngm fuofbfzff fm f1f'lfU v Joyce hicyu PM Ih-z'r1r:1.m 202 ,L UIZIUI' 7m1f6c1ff feam ,I M.. ,f . fn xx a .f as' 'se gba . I lil 9? Q I 1 I I I 4:1221- fl 5+ Hesse? if n ggi' 1 3 bx isll g'i A W, 8 auf ' i 4 51,3 QM. Q Q , X 'J,,"' Q , A, A W .:...x , 'M ,L , f we I Lf-, fifgh, Q' "" j ,-:,M3,'1',n f, J if 4' 'EA 2Z7"f7LA5Zf Wi if W X 1 44 fx? 'Qvfj' fd A!IfZ'f19f" W bfi .,, L- 4 wr' , ' is ,- Alf- , ' Mg .,,w m y 4. . YM? 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IAUKQI In VSIICCUUKX JIMMY ARMSTRONG JOYCE SCHXVEINLE .M Y -4' riff L , rg: if ,, Q -ff lfwi l-' 1 2' .W . wsfk ff ,JS ,ff m . tv ,V , 2111 3 - 1 mvllly' ff eww 'W my if f ' f f frfxm 921, ,A wifi' X W Q, , ' + W f, 1: pw '45 s 1 wi Q, My 2 QQ um,.H?3f'Al:gw . N A 1,6 W ,V M 292 . I 2 V? P3 ,V ,M A iv M f H ,,5-ga ir A 0-ml. X. 'jf M ii. I Q Z f1'1C12 KMQSX ,IACKIIZ MARSHALL m1.1.Y PATTERSON S 'R 1 0. Z7 F .IOYC li SC.HXY'EINI,li JIMMY ARMSTRONG J JOSEPI-IINE I.I 'KASHEAY Choral award. J American Legion award, medical award. JONEEN sToN13 Salutatorian, L i b r a r y' award. Dow 'l' e x a s Chemical Council award. GEORGE DRL'RY Most valuable back on de- fense award, CUGIE' LS' Wi' ROBERT ,Iii 1 Industrial Cooperative Training award, BARRY KERR JIMMY PHILLIPS BIOS! X'AlufllJl6 foot' Amqfjggn Legion award ball player award, runncpuph BILLY PATTERSON PAT DUKE Most valuable lineman Agriculture award, on defense award. s.,,x YSMAEL TREVINO Lions Achievement award. GAIL BEENE English award. 1' iii 'TQ KAREN CALDVVELL Band award. JAN COOKSEY Spanish award, Drama award. . . . the Seniors built a float. W' ,4 A9 ' K 'gl l , . I V 6 1 , ' S fr i' A., A , a I 5 f 81229122 Qld everybody just sat nrmfnd and tallcetl. Nr' -, . . . the Sr, rings came in. . . . cap and gown pictures were taken, , . . ox cry Ifriday we want tu Pup Rally. . . . thc V1llCflliDL'D.lULQ um Mllln-J off hLk.lLlNL' of Qnuw. we xuftbcrul in 11.155 xshilc it xnmxml mm :kg NY A , X -'N Lew YX'ebb was never seen without his camera. 1 . . . the girls asked boys for dates to the Twirp Dance. . . . the Seniors put on an assembly. . the Seniors won the election. F9112 6122 . . . the A.H.S. spirit bottle was unstoppered. . , . everyone relaxed on the Senior trip. if en. , .Condi Goekc was life giiard on tlie Senior trip. it sv-' G if .ba f' 5- .4 gnu 1 , ,, , . . , , . hw , ' rf. vc -' 4 :,' V . -6- 15'-'QQ' i'- . A ' L'I"f7.x' ST. 5-J H -w : ..-.5 ' .-bxs..-1 .- " 263 - 'kff f..7.1.f' -, - A - -,G -- - L-.. -- .-- x .2 1' . - ls, ..-,,,q--- A --.2 A. 'I .Q ,Q .1 gps .1 . ,A x 1 J . 1 ,.- 49, i B . 'a WM,- G K G, G g. 1 0. . . the Seniors sailed on Galveston Bay. . . Seniors left Galveston to go bark to Angleton. -.wvugg-fi . 1 -- GN 4 .j,'...4 :"',g '-wk 1 - Z LI:- -J , . , Hawaiian Gardens was the theme of the Prom. wiv , i I . . . the drama department presented "Our Town." t the football team was honored with a banquet. . . . Barry Kerr RU d Robert Hutchinson showed their boating skill . , . or did they? .if at we e, 44,3 . . . the jr. and Sr. classes battled inthe election. f"7 ft QIDQIIQ QQI' un- aalw: M' thc chccrlmdcrs dld VICTORY' on the field. the Seniors went to Galveston, if ll I ll Tw pam ! H .I The girls stand the boys in Z1 gums of red rover. 4...4'i1 ' 1 X fl The "kids" enjoy lumh. -uf No, yOu um't have any of my sucker, 9 E was jimmy Phillips firus hiy hmm slmotcr. nun' Cl Oh? to be young again? L 41. .,r Senior Row. k"'f'l Mg 4 The boys plan thcir strategy. The girls capture jimmy Phillips. N X55 , union duwr.xtc for thx big ucnt. sf xl CRYLIPILS .lNV.l1l thu' lmginning uf thu gllllhl IILIIKII E . lII?IOf'C QIYIO E g .1 3 f Excrywnc luc1lutl1L'1f but in furmdl Juv Ulittwung stars Add umlmntrm-nt uw mlm umung. -'?-I ..V, Thu grand much is thc high point uf thc prom. ,.. J Z'O!22 Out of dass dates cnjwy thc g.1l.1 cwnt. This is Ll night of fun, I.1Uj.IhS.LlDd daming, The Hnxmiigan ganlr.-na thc-mc is carried out hy thc juniors. 4 Everyone hurries to get dressed on time. The service begins. Seniors listen attentively. Father Cilley delivers the message 3 . X The Choir gives inspiration to the certmony. Zjacca aureczfe The Seniors now await the future. Graduates enter to "NYM Much of the Priests fo 13? ffl V..-WW, ,, ..-.-v-- L.-1 li, Dr. Hoffman gives words of advigc, ,Iuyw Hhwcinle delivers her Valcdintury Speech, 0122122912 Cemenf The long whine linc begins. AQ 94 Everyone is welcomed by joneen Stone jimmy Armstrong introdugcs Dr. Hoffman. lil 4R. ,.Ls.,,. .1 X. ki 4 H , if 3 fm fi i ,Q 3 limi A gg l , f K+ ,,.. W fofferfzkemenfs' What CurIosIty Really Breeds MAN lS CURIOUS And from +hIs curIosI+y have come lhe many Inven'l'Ions whIch help man +o con+rol hIs envIronmen'l' The pursuI+ of knowledge goes back +o earlIes'r recorded huslory ln ancuenl' hmes perhaps I+ reached Ifs helghls wllh 'lhe work of ArIso+o+le Bur If was nor unhl lhe early l7lh Cen'l'ury 'lhaf sclenhflc experlmenlahon began when Sur Francls Bacon applIed +he prIncIples of ArIsl'o+le 'lo formal research The advances In lhe scIence of chemvslry have been made by men wI+h InquIrIng mInds searchIng our fhe secre+s of fhe world In whnch fhey fund fhemselves Unhl recenl 'hmes Invenhon had been almosl an lndIVIdU8l efforl' and was prImarIly confmed lo mechanlcs The greal' advances In 'lhe 'FI6ldS of physlcs and chemIsl'ry have come aboul In +he lasl' l50 years wI+h +he Indusfrlal revoluhon Organlzed Induslrual research began In lhe 20+h Cen'l'ury and 'l'he pace of Invenhon qulckened The problems of rwo world wars gave lremendous Impelus 'lo research S+udIes +o Improve exIs+Ing producls and processes and fo develop new ones became paramounl Thus l'he developmenl of 'lhe au'l'omobIle lhe aIrplane plashcs synlhehc fnbers and Bl0mlC energy have come wI+hIn ihe lIfe'hme of many persons lIvIng foday ln 60 years Amerlca has grown from wagons and gas lamps 'lo +elevIsIon and salelhles Nowhere perhaps IS +he appllcahon of scuence more evIden'l' fhan In lhe chemlcal Indusfry Flrsl' lhe Induslry has provlded lhe men money and 'facIlI'hes 'For carrylng on 'lhe expernmenfal work of research Second I+ has dIrec+ed +hIs research 'loward oblec hves +ha+ have subslanhal economuc value and l'hIrd I+ has provlded planls and developed markels so 'lhal lhe fruI'rs of research could be puf lo prachcal use Today lhe chemIcal Induslry markels more 'lhan I0 000 commercIal producls Ever grealer progress lomorrow IS posslble bu? only If man relanns hIs burnlng curIosI+y and Indus'I'ry has lhe economIc"freedom 'lo pul mIllIons of dollars Inlo research and planls AS LONG AS MAN remalns curIous he wIlI flnd rhe way 'lo Insure lhal' lhe Indusfry he helps +o buuld relams lhe 'Freedom lhal IS as vI+al +o Irs exnslence as +hough+s and prolechon are vI+al lo lhe Invenhve mlnd THE DOW CHEMICAL COMPANY Texas DIvIsIon FREEPORT, TEXAS c o I II , , I ' I I I I ' I I I I I , , , ' I I II I I . , , I I I ' ' I I I II I I - I I I ' 0 o o I II I I I I I I I I I I - I I I I I I I I I I I . 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Ll I W M J Wy CITY DRUG STORE I04 Norfh Velasco From Sick Room Supplies and Prescripfions +o Binoculars MARGO MONTGOMERY f RUTH ANN LAUZON Firsl' in Feminine Fashions SMART SHOP IO7 Wesl' Mulberry SAUNDER'S MUSIC COMPANY Soulh Highway 288 CITY CLEANERS Cleaners of Delicate Fabrics Dry Cleaning Laundry Service Pick Up and Delivery WW -ANGLETON n ANGLETON FOOD LOCKER Fooo i.ocKERs 537 Soufln Velasco Ti 9-7525 Your BROCKMAN'S Depar'I'men1' S'I'ore and Family Shoe Siore SEARS ROEBUCK AND COMPANY 725 Easi' Mulb Ti 9-5074 CITY FLOWER SHOP IOO E 'P C d A s+y Fl we s JACKIE MARSHALL A5 a-ff! WAV ZZ 4 f -Y J, , I fr. 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