Goldthwaite High School - Eagle Yearbook (Goldthwaite, TX)

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Subscription Manager fp- ,lx 'wi Y. 'T -fyvrxe -,ie . fv .- ' X. , .L L Aa 2' 1 , .f 'gz 'un ,f.,4a. ' 11 ' 'Hg 1:11 vii, , s yr ,. Y , w ,gl , fn 'sf' . J. u n ' we ,- , 1 V ,ff - ,f aiu urn '51 ,ru .nw L' f , 1 ' , I r Y Lf mv ' ,. 51'.'.4-QA-Q. fam, - " 1- -gn: --'gig' .1 1. 55 .X 1 - - sf: M 5 W . W-.Q-gp-:Lw. ,u '--Wt? ' IL ' , l .fy wg , ,lm I 'I '-1 ' ' , . -J arp-11 -xg - - 1 -.1-P I 'QIHFBBLZQ' x 55? d E if 3 Spf We, the annual staff of 1949, have tried to make THE EAGLE represent our school life for this year. We hope each readergets as much enjoyment from our annual as we have had in editing it. It is with pleasure that we present to you THE EAGLE of 1949. CML ,mmf 3En. Qwlamoria. Ed Gilliam HI 1930-1949 194-B . I 4 , , "QL - , 2:l.1-VL' I' ,f Iqlzwtsrh . N- L , A y V V I 1 I - v MT! I 1 YV E Ulm! 'ml ,1 '1"'fI6u m : ADMI I TRZKWTIQ s PEmNTENDENT's MESSAGE May I express nv thanks and nv appreciation to every - person connected with our School, for his spirit of loyalty and co-operation, during this year. The credit for a successful school year is due to you: the Students, the Faculty, the Parents, the School Board, and every loyal employee. we are going to miss the members of the Class of '49 from our School, but we shall follow you with our good vdshes for a useful, and successful May the best be yours. XA li A wi V11 .. lf- ' I . .J A 5 fi :f . Aj' QT life . N I. . A' 5: F? 111' 35 S incerely , '44 E,.. iii in xi' '23 v'Q1. iff: 3' J 1 I SCHOOL BOARD C. C. Collier, President S. H. Rahl, Secretary Roy Wilkins, Member C. A. Wicker, Member Vance Cockrell, Member Luther Piper, Member Ray Duren, Member - .- ,,, uv-:-.LA fL1i.: .- P' f' " n "w-J '4!" 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Hope Schulze Grammar School Prin B.A., McMurray Col. W- we 'n 1 ' V I 4 ' 1 !- is-'I :Q 1, . A 1 4-hav "1 ,na .....A,.l 'J 'huhx , fr :LQ .ETAQ ..s Q5 LQ. ', 31, . V 33, r x. V.,- L' all 9 "J-."" FACULTY Mrs. Juanita Batchelor N. T. S. T. C. Mrs. Mary Bigham B.S., Daniel Baker Mrs. Gladys Cockrum B.S., N. T. S. T. C. Mrs. Bonnie Evans B.S., N. T. S. T. C Mrs. Reba Hale J. T. A. C., Howard Payne Mrs. Dorothy Hunt J. T. A. C., H. P. C. Mrs. Alyne Letbetter Jacksonville College Mrs. Johnnie B. Oglesby B.S., Howard Payne Mrs. Mamie Palmer B.A., Daniel Baker Mrs. Katherine Patton B.S., Univ. of Houston A-wx i , x ' n Q xy, WX lk '9 r 2 ' +1-H441 4 I F i L du 4 I I 4 I Ir I' LIE' :1'I4 1-.II ."I4 4, - FII ,4 I-' -,453 4, i4 .I V 4 I' 3 I I I 4 4 .. '4 4 I I, 4'4' I' Ii I 44 Q . I 4 I: 4 . 4. 4 4 4 I II fs I I . I I I I I I I II. 4 I 4 1 I I 'I 4 I 44 4 4 4,7 V I III ,I,4' I4 4 sv A 44 I -4 4' '- I 44 11 I I I4 4 I 4 5 4' Iv' 4 . 4. . , I 44 4 4 'I ' I IT lx .II 1- I4 I 44 ' I. 447 N 4 I' 1.' 'f I '45 I ' '4 4 I 4 4 I 4 4 Il I II - 4 I 4 4 4 I 4 I' I 4 I 4 . ,4 4 I4 41 4 ' I 4 I I I I I I I I FACULTY Mrs. Helen Saylor B.S., Daniel Baker Rita Bell Horton Office Secretary Dorris Smith Librarian 1 Al: Uv.. w pun OR SENICJRS JESSE HAMMOND Sr. Pres., Soph. Pres., Jr. Fav. jr. Hall of Fame, TCQ 48-49, Football 45-48, 2d Team All Dist. 48 CARLIN WICKER Sr. V-Pres.,Most H'someSoph., Jr.Hall of Fame,Jr. Play, "Eagle" 49, FFA 45-49, Com'l Club 48-49, TCQ Treas. 47-48, Football 45-48, Co-Capt. 47, All Dist. 48, Track 46-49, Basketball 46-49, All-Dist. 49, Baseball 48. SCOTTIE VAUGHAN Sr. Sec., Fresh. Rep., "Eagle" 48-49, "Eagle's Tale" 48-49, Jr. Play, FHA 46-49, Sec. 47, V-Pres. 49, Com'l Club 47-49, Jr. Schu. 45-46, Pep Squad 45-48, Sec. Treas. 48. LA VERNE HALE Sr. Treas., Soph. Fav., "Eagle" 49, "Eagle's Tale" 48-49, FHA 46-49,C0m'1 Club 48-49, TCQ Rep. 48-49, Pep Squad 48. MODENE LETBETTER Sr. Rep., Fresh. Treas., Jr. Fav., Jr. Hall of Fame, Sr. Hallowe'en Duchess, FHA 46-49, Com'l Club 48-49, Pep Squad 45-48, Pep Lea- der 48. GRETA BARNETT Soph. Rep., Fresh.V-Pres., Jr. Hall of Fame, Jr.Play, "Eag1e's Tale" 48-49, Com'l. Club 47-49, Jr. Schu. 45-47, Par. 47, Pep Squad 45-48, Sec. Treas. 47, Baseball 46-49, Capt. 47-49, Tennis 45-46. V,-'QPF' x s ,I 1' ' 1 w 4 'X V J .M H A N V w r w ff .ff s 1 .M Mx. f w w :'f:.' g. '1 ,:, Tiff! F' 5 4 4 lr" b l i-1 L, 1.10 , W , ' 4 1','.' an '- 5 1 , 1 ,l . , 4, 1. 'LQ' '1,.' 1 V1 A . . , 4...g,g I . ,i . ,, fr -4- ." K. , Y I,-. , -w h wr .dx 1 vr ,x 11 x9 SENIORS MARGARET BARTON Comq' "Eagle's Tale" 46-47, Pep Squad 45-48, Acrobat 47. SYDNEY BROOKS F.F.A. 45-49, Watchdog, Com'1. Club 48-49, ICQ 48-49, Track 45- IRA LEE BYRD F.F.A. 46-49, Com'1. Club, 48- 49, Baseball 47-49 KAY CLEMENTS Most Rep. Girl Soph., jr. Ply, "Eagle" 48-49, "Eagle's SCl'C2m" 47-48, "Eagle's Tale' 48-49, F.H.A. 47-49, Com'l. Club 4849, jr. Schu. Accomp. 46-49, Pep Squad 45-48, Dist. 1st Typ- ing Team. GEORGE LEE CLINE F .E.A. 45-49, op. Club 48-49, C0m'l- Club 48'49, Band 45-46, Track 47, Baseball 47-49- MARY COLLIER Fresh. Sec., "Eagle" 49, "Eaglc's Tale" 48-49, Com'l. Cl!-lb 48-49, jr. Schu. 45'46, Pep Squad 45-49, Girl Scouts 4 2'46. All-1' X i i SENIORS PEARL COOK Jr. Hall of Fame, Com'l Club 47-49, TCQ 48-49, FHA Rep. 46-47, Girl Scouts 45-48, Pep Squad 45-46, Majorette 47-48, jr. Schu. 45-46. ADA MARGARET GEESLIN Soph. Rep., Pres. TCQ 48-49, FHA 48-49, Jr. schu. 46-48. Pep Leader 48, Asst. Dir. of Band 46-47, Girl Scouts 46-48 JESSIE LOU GEESLIN Jr. Hall of Fame, FHA 48-49, Pep Squad 45-48, Com'l Club 48-49, Baseball 45-48, Capt. 48, Basketball 45-48. INA JEAN HAIRSTON Pep Squad 45-48, Com'IC1ub 48-49, Baseball 45-48, Bas- ketball 45-48. BILLY HANSON jr. Hall of Fame, FFA 45-47, Com'l Club 48-49, Football 45-48, Track 45-49, Baseball 45-48. JOHNNIE MAX HEAD FFA 47-49, Rep. 47, TCQ 48-49, Jr. Play, Band 46-47, Com'l Club 48-49, Football Mgr. 46-48, Baseball 47-49, Capt. 48, Tennis 46. ' --...Alf X . J XX' v N 1 -1 Vg' 5' :wg ,' UE .pw L MMV . .H l H' Mirlif-J ..-,- iffg T Ig' tl, 2' ' ,ibm IU Wg.-K 1,5 ' ' rs Q D' - L x1-- ' 41 - .4 .,4,-, 1 wr L .L-ful? RUE: gf' u, varfitv H v v.H:-1,-Ag, . a?'N"4f??'f'. 'lwffi A qfvxif? fn "1 Jw,-Z . :l1:1,C3E,:q .V -1 b . ,J .'.. Af .qw- f- SENIORS JOEHEATH comm Club 48-49, TCQ 47-48, Football 45-48, 2nd Team All- Dist., Track 48-49, Baseball 48-49, Basketball 47-49. WILBUR HEATH jr. Hall of Fame, jr. Play, "Eagle" 49, "Eagle's Tale" 48-49, Com'l. Club 47-49, v- Pres. TCQ 48-49, Pres. Op. Club 48-49, Pep Leader 48, Football 45-47, Track 46-47. NELDA HODGES jr. Play, "Eagle's Tale" 48- 49, F.l-l.A- 46-49, Pres. 48-49, Com'1. Club 48-49, TCQ 48-49, jr. Schu. 45-48, Pres. 47-48, Girl Scouts 44-47, Band Twirl- er 47-49, Pep Squad 45-46. DAVID HUMPHRIES F.F.A. 45-49, Com'l. Club 48- 49, Dist. Slide Rule Team 48. ROBERT HENRY JOHNSON Fresh. 84 jr. Pres., jr. Hall of Fame, jr. Play, "Eagle 47-49, "Eagle's Tale" 48-49, F.E.A. 45-49, Pres. 48-49, Com'l. Club 48-49, Boy Scouts 44-49, Dist. Decl., Football 45-48, Track 47 49, Baseball 45-49, Basketball 45-49, All-Dist. 49, Tennis 45- 49, lst Dist. 47. NELDA RUTH JONES Soph. Sec. Treas., jr. Treas., "Eagle's Tale" 48-49, F.H.A. 46-49, F.H.A. 46-49, Com'l. Club 47-49, Girl Scouts 45-48, Pep Squad 45-49, Flagbearer 47 IN J SENIORS NELDA LORINE KOEN FHA 45-46, Com'l Club 48-49 TCQ 47-48, 4H 45-46 WALTER LEONHARD "Eagle's Tale" 48-49, Com'1 Club 47-48, TCQ 48-49, Sec. Op. Club 48-49, Track 47-49, Baseball 45-49, Capt. 45, Basketball 45-49. PATRICIA LOCKRIDGE Hallowe'en Ducbess 46, "Eagle" 49, "Eagle's Tale" 46-49, FHA 45-49, Com'l Club 47-48, TCQ 48-49, Jr. Schu. 45-46, Band 45-48, Sec. Treas. 46-47, Pres. 47-48, Pep Squad 45-48, Leader 48. BENNIE BOB LONG FFA 45-49, Com'l Club 47-49, TCQ 48-49, Jr. Play, Pep Leader 48, Football 45-47, Track 4.5-49, Baseball 48-49 GENE LONG FFA 48-49, Football 45-48, Track 45-46, Baseball 45-46, Basketball 45-48. HAMIL LYNCH FFA 46-49, Sentinel 48-49, Com'l Club 48-49, TCQ 48-49, Football 45-48, Track 46-49, Baseball 46-49, Basketball 48-49, Tennis 46-47. E L 5 T g SENIORS RAYMOND MITCHELL Jr. ,V-Pres., FFA 45-46, Com'l Club 48-49, Football 45-47, Baseball 47-48. RALPH NOWELL FFA 45-47, TCQ 47-48, Op. Club 48-49, Football 47-48, Mgr. 48, Track 47-48, Base- ball 47-48. TAYLOR OWEN Jr. Play, "Eagle's Tale" 48- 49, FFA 46-49, Rep. 48-49, Com'l Club 48-49, Football 48, Track 47-48, Baseball 46- 47, Tennis 46-48. MARY KATHERINE PALMER Jr. Play, "Eagle's Screams" 47-48, "Eagle's Tale" 48-49, FHA 46-49 Treas. 47, Com'l Club 47-49, jr. Schu. 46-47, Girl Scout 45-48, Band 45, Pep Squad 45-48, Flag Bearer 48. BILLY RAHL FFA 45-47, Com'l Club 48-49, Football 47-48, Track 49. HAROLD LLOYD REYNOLDS FFA 45-48, TCQ 48-49, Football J by 45-48, Track 46-49. '-'Q... ff' SENIORS JIMMIE RITA SIMPSON Ha1lowe'en Duchess 47, Jr. Hall pf Fame, Most Beautiful Soph., Jr. Play, "Eagle" 49, FHA 45- 49, Com'1 Club 48-49, Pep Squad 45-48. JANET SOULES jr. Hall of Fame, Jr. Play, FHA 46-48, C0m'l Club 48-49, TCQ 47-48, Jr. schu. 45-46, Girl Scouts 45-46, Pep Squad 46-49. , BETTY JEAN WILLIFORD "N Jr Sec and Rep , jr Hall of Fame, Hallowe en Duchess 45 Jr Play FHA 46 49 Chap Pres 47 48, Dxst Pres 48 49, TCQ VPLDM 47 48, Sr Scouts 48 Pep Squad 45 48, Rep 48, Baseba1l45 46 MARGARET THOMPSON BERT BREWER Spon sors THE HISTORY OF THE CLASS OF '49 It has often been remarked that history has a peculiar way of re- peating itself, and so to a certain extent the history of this class is much like the history of classes which have gone before, and of others which will follow. So, remembering that to many people history is a rather dull subject except to those who have taken part in it personally, the Historian of the Class of 1949 will strive to be as brief as possible, and to touch only upon those subjects which are of significance not only to the class but to others. In September, 1938, 17 members of the present Senior Class started to school at Goldthwaite Grammar School. Everyone was -interested in making the honor roll the first year, but as the records show, we began to enjoy life to the fullest and forget the lessons. In the second grade some dropped out and some others joined us as was the case allthrough the years. Finally at the end of our seventh year Qeighth gradej , nineteen members graduated from Goldthwaite Grammar School. As a Freshman Class more members we re added to our number. Fortunately we entered high school with Mr. H. E. Patton as our superintendent, and even more for- tunately, he has continued to be our superintendent through the years. As freshmen our sponsors were Miss Laura Nelson and Mrs. Mary Bigham. Naturally, everyone tried to get in every club and activity possible. All through our high schooldays our class has had amajority of the football, basketball, and baseball stars. In our sophomore year we had Mrs. Beatrice Rucker for a sponsor.' During this year, too, we enjoyed many social activities. Of course, our studies were not Completely ignored. As Juniors we had Y. B. Johnson as sponsor. Our Class President was Robert Henry Johnson. Our year was indeed a success. With Mr. Patton directing, our Junior play, "Papa Say's No", was a hit. Our Junior-Senior Banquet was gypsy style and indeed everyone was in a gay mood. Our Senior Year What memories The historian must pause for a moment's thought. Whatwas most important? There were our sponsors, Mrs. Margaret Thompson, and inspiration personified, and Mr. Bert Brewer, and cut-up if there ever was one. Our,Senior'Play, "Great Caesar's Ghost", was another success. The Junior-Senior Banquet! Another beautiful memory! The show under the big tent was the greatest circus ever witnessed by the Senior Class. The many other honors and events of this, our Senior Year, are too numerous to mention, but certainly they will remain at the top of our beautiful service. Mr. J. E. Tomkins, Jr. is to be our speaker at Commencement. We hope that all 39 of us receive our diplomas. The curtain is going down on the history of the Class of 1949, but in reality the Big Parade is just commencing. The bugle calls--Forward March! N :Ir ' 1.1, .MW X IU: U. 1 ' VH: Ju 10115 ..,, , ,, ,,,,,,.,,-,,. ,,. 1 I TERRY BLAKE Pres. 48, "Eagle's Screams" 47 48, Dramatics 46-47, Boy Scouts 45-48, Order of Arrow Lodge 48, Band 46-47, Football 47-49 Track47 48. JOHN COOK ' Pres. 49, Soph. V-Pres., Most Com'l Club 48-49, Boy Scouts 47 49, Track 47-49, Basketball 47- 48, Tenn1s 46 49. CELIA ANN SIMPSON V-Pres., Soph. Sec. Treas., Fresh. Pres., "Eagle" 49, "Eagle's Screams" 47-48, Hallowe'en Duchess 46 8: 48, FHA 47-49, Pianist 47, Rep. 48, Pep Squad 46-48. MACK ROBE RT SON Sec. Treas. FFA 46-49, V-Pres. TCQ 48-49, V-Pres. Op.. Club 48-49, Boy Scouts 45-48. h NE LDA CHARLENE HAMMOND Rep., Eagle s Tale 48 49, FHA -49, Com'l Club 48-49, Sec. TCQ 48-49, Speller 47-48, Pep Squad 46-48. IACKY BURKS FFA 46-49, Com'l Club 48-49 TCQ 48 49. LEILA DAVENPORT FHA 46-49, C0m'l Club 48-49, Rep. TCQ 48-49, Pep Squad 46-48. RUTH GROTH FHA 46-49, COrn'1 Club 48-49, TCQ 48-49, Pep Squad 46-48, Baseball 46-47, Tennis 46-48. Rep. Jr., Soph. Fav., FFA 46-49, 1. i. Q1 --f 1-v---,---5-Y:--gy V-f - - -v' -:-- 'uv -ur f w - -wg - -mv-an DAVID HILL FFA 46-48, Com'l Club 48-49, TCQ 48-49, Football 48, Track 47-49, Baseball 48-49, Basket- ball 49. ROSEMARY HUMPHRIES FHA 46-48, Com'l Club 48-49, TCQ 48-49, Baseball 46-48, Tennis 48. ANNETTE LINDSAY Jr. Play Skit, FHA 47-49, Com'l Club 48-49, TCQ 48-49, Girl Scouts 44-48, Pep Squad 46-48, Baseball 46-49, Basketball 46- 48, Tennis 46-49, Volleyball Capt. 48. JANE LONG Soph. Fav., FHA 47-49, Com'l Club 48-49, TCQ 48-49, Pep Squad 46-48, Baseball 46-48, Basketball 46-47, Tennis 46-49,. Volleyball 46 47. THELMA LONG FHA 47 49., Com l Club 47 48, Pep Squad 47-48. ROBERT MANUEL FFA 46-49. RALPH MASSEY FFA 46-49, TCQ 48-49, Football 47-48, Track 47-49, Basketball 47-49. JOHN ALEX MILLER Jr. Play, Most H'some Fresh., Pep Squad Fav. 48, FFA 46-49, TCQ 48-49. Football 47-48, Capt. 48, Track 47-49, Base- ball 48-49. S "RED" MILLER Soph. Pres., Jr. Play, TCQ 48- 49, Football 46-48, Track 46-48, Basketball 46-48, Tennis 46-48. GAIL MCNIEL Jr. Play, Com'l Club 48-49, TCQ 48-49, Pep Squad 46-47, Baseball 46-49, Volleyball 46-47. .TOANN PART RIDGE J'r. Play, FHA 47-48, Com'l Club 48-49, TCQ 48-49, Pep Squad 47-48, Baseball 46-49, Basketball 46-47, Tennis 46-49, Volleyball 46-47. SYBIL ANN REID Fresh. Sec. Treas., J'r. Play, "Eagle" 49, FHA 46-49, Pianist 49, Song Leader 46, Com'1 Club 48-49, TCQ 48-49, Girl Scouts 45-48, Baseball 46, Basketball 47-48, Tennis 47-48. NELDA ROBERTSON FHA 47-49, CO1'1'1'l Club 48-49, Pep Squad 46-49. ANN SEBOLT Jr. Play, FHA 47-49, Com'l Club 48-49, TCQ 48-49, Pep Squad 46 48, Flag Bearer 48. LARRY SIMMONS FFA 46-49, TCQ 48-49, Football 47-48, Track 46-49, Baseball 47-48. MONETTE SIMPSON FHA 48-49, Sec. Treas. TCQ 48-49, Girl Scouts 46-48, Pep Squad 46-48,Baseball 46-48, Tennis 47-48. SHIRLEY SMITH FHA 47-48, Pep Squad 46-48. BILLY MAC STARK J'r. Play, Com'l Club 48-49, TCQ 47-48, Football 47-48, Track 48-49, Baseball 47-48. JANE ANN STEEN Most Rep. Fresh., Football Sweetheart 47, Ir. Play, "Eagle" 48-49, FHA 46-49, Pianist 47-48, Hist. 48-49, Com'l Club 48-49, TCQ 48- 49, Girl Scouts 46-48, Base- ball 46-49, Basketball 46-47, Tennis 46-49, lst Dist. 48, Pep Squad 46-48, Pres. 48. JAMES TIPPEN FFA 47-49, Football Mgr. 46-48, Baseball 46-47, Basketball 47- 48. IRIS .TUNE TOMLINSON Com'l Club 48-49, FHA 47-49, TCQ 48-49, Baseball' 46-47, Basketball 47 48, Tenn1s 47 48, Volleyball 46-47, Pep Squad 46-49. 'JUNE MARIE TYSON J'r. Play, FHA 47 49, Com l Club 48-49, TCQ Treas. 48-49, Pep Squad 46-49, Baseball 46-48, Capt. 48, Tennis 46-49, Volley- ball 46-48. .TUANITA WEAVER Com'l Club 48-49, ICQ 48-49, Baseball 46-49, Basketball 46- 47, Tennis 47-48, Volleyball 46-47. NELL CARMAN WILKINS Fresh. V-Pres., Most Beaut. Fresh. Jr. Play, FHA 46-49, Par. 48-49, Com'l Club 48-49, TCQ 48-49, Girl Scouts 46-47, Drum Major 46-48, Baseball 46-48, Tennis 46-49. V. ,,.,'!,-.f,--v-- - - CECIL WILLIAMS FFA 46-49 DEAN WOODS Most Rep. Fresh., FFA 46-49, Com'l Club 48-49, Track 46-47 Baseball 46 47, , Basketball 47-48. CHARLES ED WYLIE TCQ 48-49, Baseball 48-49, Basketball 47-49, Tennis 47-49, Track 47-49. JANET STANALAND Entered at Mid-Term EDNA LIPPE FHA 46-48, C0rn'1 Club 48-49, Baseball 46-48, Volleyball 46-48. n ala. f ' If I '-' :xxx vs "n" sux ron M RS. ORAN CAROTHERS Sponsog' Q. i 'I P 1 5 lQ, 32 'I L. Q, s- 'jiiinv vumx 'ln galil' ,X .', lv iliql A glfl. ' ,HI , ' 1 1 's xl V 'W WWW. .rmi , n SQPHQMORE SOPHOMORES JIMMY HAYES President JOHN CAROTHE RS Vice President BOBBY BLACKBURN Sec retary-T reasurer LINOUISE DE LLIS Scribe LORETTA ADAMS BETTY BARNETT CHARLES BATCHELOR JACK BLAKE MAX BOOKER JIMMIE BRYANT r 1 1 gl il 1 1 SOPHOMORES LORAIN BU RDETTE IVIARVINE COOK WILDA COVINGTON TED DENNARD DELORES ANN ELDER FERREL ELDER ANNA MERLE EPPERSON .TOY LEA FAITH DOROTHY H. FEATHERSTON RAMONA FLORES SOPHOMORES MARY LOU GALLOWAY MILDRED HALE NORMA HAMMOND ELIZABETH HAPGOOD BARBARA HARRELL JOYCE HART LEE ROY HENKES MARY ANN JONES SYLVIA JONES JAMES KEMP SOPI-IOMORES DORENE KE RBY ,4-09? CURTIS LAWSON THE LMA MONT GOME RY ROBERT EARL NOWELL EVELYN PARKER HARVEY PARKER DOYLE ROACH , Y 1.2 ALVIDOYLE ROBERT S Ig., 'X BILLY SEBOLT BOBB Y SEBOLT X lib-6 FTW N SOPHOMORES BILLY SLAUGHTER ANGELINE SMITH VIRGIL TERRY .TOHN VENABLE KENNETH WESSON LORENE WHIT LE Y SPONSOR LOVE GAT LIN 1 s I I gl .WW I l VV' H qu HME MKII" .z" FRESHMEN TOM BOYD SANDRA BAIN Pres. VERNON WHITLEY Sec.-Treas. JOHN WEAVER V-Pres. REP- BILLY HAROLD IRENE BALL ANDERSON ' DENNIS AULDRIDGE HERBERT BURKE LEHMAN BYRD VERNELL BYRD NETTIE BYRD BOBBY CARR FRESHMEN 'Q " "., A xf , BOBBY JOE DAVIS ALTHEA MAE ECKERT TOMMY EARLS LOUISE GREEN .ff ty .. . iss BILLY FAE HASTY NOBLE HEMPHRIES WALTER HENRY NORMAA JOHNSON ROSA KOEN WINONA LAWSON B. L. KUYKENDALL BOBBY LEVERETT ?, if 3 QA ? 5. . X 5 ?. . gi I' . , I A 2 3 Q , Y FRE-SHMEN EUNICE LOCKRIDGE THOMAS MURPHY WAYNE LONG BILLY MCNUTT I r 1 i I JAMES PARTRIDGE FRANCES WEBSTER MARION REYNOLDS BILLY RAY WICKER K .1-.1 M - . slfllf' 8 rl:-f,f GENE WOODS MARY ALICE CHASTAIN Sponsor-LAURA NELSON -, F Q. Y,..,-,317 1 1 Hi' ,.I1, ' :INN ,rl AVORITE szx '5f535,'f'Eg " M Q21 wggwitfgjg? Y, ROBERT HENRY JOHNSON , 5,5 t4,x,.Ql in .I . ,Yr .,,. , A I Fquyluzvr vi.- fiyzi YL' ffl' : ' . ""- 3535 g:3:T1fgIg!:tL,w4: sv fa A:.'4'f ll Z4 ff wma' zz X '-,yjy- ' 'A ,ulzr ..'-.QV-."',k 1, 'Af' rg '. W 6-fi A KQ A gr, ,l "5 ,hh , -E. l,.,.i 1 R 1 I 0 X. X f JANE ANN STEEN v ip-gm SENIORS 31-11 M . it Fifi wvffv- -. ,Aw L1 , . 1V.:i.- , ,Mi w. iiiflfqi Qiiigifg wx it M Most Beautiful Most Handsome Jimmie Simpson Wilbur Heath Most Representative Most Representative Jesse Hammond Mary K. Palmer E ? 2 f Qi. -s I 5 3. 1 1 Y JUNIORS Most Beautiful Most Handsome Celia Ann Simpson .Tohn Alex Miller Most Representative Most Representative .Tohn Cook .Tane,Ann Steen 1 ,ji E 3 I U E, 3. if 1, SOPHOMORES Most Beautiful No rma Hammond 'if' Most Handsome .Timmy Haye s Most Representative Virgil Te rry 'ix Most Representative Mildred Hale ,. I 4 i :X 2, Z 2 13 L 5, sf T FRESHMEN Most Beautiful Most Handsome Billie Hasty Eugene Dunning 1, 5 gui Most Representative Most Representative Tom Boyd Irene Ball il, fl. 'li- n.:. 4, i - 4 wwf Q21 w 1 1- 'J 5'1" ima, 5. '1,,. .1 ,Q Q, 1 K .An . K Ari"'j1.7' m -m t ,w 1:4 - 1 , '1 V , .dv '.,',u'1-' - . "3-'J 5"v - F1 ' .mx Q. X 1 -If., ,Q,.-mm-, I, -'H 7 L Uh hm. ,:31:i33W5l'Qfifw 'Mew ' V . . Wig' - fm' H551 ' s' , lr'1 . n ' I w t 1 .fr 1 x ELEME EIGHTH GRADE Louise Adams Aaron Max i Batchelor Betty John Jackson, President Wanda Kelly, Reporter Johnny Carr Dorothy Cline Corene Kerby Loretta Kight Richard Collier Minnie Lois Cook Bobby Letbetter Jack Earl Long Ann De llis Rachel E lde r , Secretary- Treasurer Bobby Wayne Ma rtin Bill Parke r Billy K. Grumbles Patsy Hale Bob Parker Larry Dean Piper Kenneth Hanson Johnny Henkes Patricia Rahl Myrlene Reynolds ,. .. 21 5 if I C E is lr "Q 1 r- Q if L + J ii H. if E r EIGHTH GRADE Velva D. Sauls Dana H. Saylor Wayne Wicker Gloria Wilson l Carol Shaw Joyce Shelton David Bryant Doris .Tune Covington Callie Sides Audene Smith Jo Ann Duren, Program Chairman Leatha Reynolds .Tohn Dean Stark Johnny Stewart Noel Reynolds Dan Rhine l Charles Thomas .Tohnie Tomlinson Barbara Vaughan Clyde Warren Patsy Ruth Utzman Marjorie Whitt, Vice-President F ranklin De w Weathe rs F 4 ,. 4 5 f 5 1 E 1 E 5 w I, 1 -I f r -1 .1 f f 1 -P .-M, . SEVENTH GRADE Q. .NI . M NXTH GRADE I A B 2 if I I, 5 Q A. nl I F S 3' 1 . 5 ? E1 ? 5 E 1 1 'f. E I 'HHRD GRADE SECOND GRADE w N 3 T Q 5 Q 1 i 5 I 3 I. 1. 1 in L ? C 1, Q S. L G FIRST GRADE THE EAGLE" STAFF rv 4 . , ' A , I 4 I v .vi '21, 'llh , qgwl' 1 Ulm 11,11 " ' 4 , , . -w-H v f ' K. -If - 1 5- , W . , N , uh b 1 v WH! M nr 1 1 I iiiem' Irmmm. h,,liT. THIEHETICS Wicker GOLDTHWAITE EAGLES' FOOT BALL The Goldthwaite Eagle eleven of 1948 won four games and lost five during the season. They began the season with a hard won victory over Hamilton, lost an exciting game to the Coleman Bluecats, and then lost to the San Saba Armadillos, 1948 District champs. The statistics of this game are interesting to note, because with a few breaks falling to the Eagles, the score would have been different. They rallied the next week to give the Burnet Bulldogs a decisive defeat, re- peated their victory during the next game with Mason, then lost three hard-fought games to Lampasas, Marble Falls, and Fredericksburg. To end a successful season the Eagles soundly swatted the Llano Yellowjackets for a 33 to 12 victory. The Eagles scored a total of 168 points to the opponents 150. R. Miller J. Miller Hill Stark nl A Tl-7 7'-."' Johnson Hammond Henkes Heath To mention some outstanding performances--"Red" Miller played a steady back all season, but ran "wild" in the Llano game and carried across almost every score. Hamil Lynch played a driving backfield all season. John Alex Miller played a good backfield and during the Coleman game ran seventy-seven yards for the longest run of the season. David Hill, Billy Mack Stark, and Bobby Leverett played well as ends and managed to tote the pigskin across a number of times. Robert Henry Johnson played capably at quarterback and carried the pigskin during the Fredericksburg game. Jesse Hammond, Le roy Henkes, Billy Joe Heath, and Billy Hanson played very good ball in the line. Wayne Long also played in the line until the Marble Falls game when he broke his leg and the team lost his valuable service. Carlin Dale Wicker played a wonderful game at center all season. Tom Boyd and Ralph Massey played outstanding substitute ball in the backfield during the Lampasas game. Billy Joe Heath, John Alex Miller, David Hill, and Jesse Hammond were chosen in the second string All-District. Carlin Dale Wicker was chosen first string All-District center for the season of 1948. m ...na l A "'-2 """ Hanson Massey Lynch Rahl 3. sf ig i 4 P i 2. H L F EAGLES ' BASKET BALL SEASON The Eagle's team played a total of Z5 games to complete a very suc- cessful basketball season. They won 15 of these games. During the District play the Eagles defeated eve ry team except Lam- pasas at least once and Fredericksburg and Mason twice. The Eagles were heavily handicapped without the services of R. H. Johnson and Red Miller during the time they were at the stock shows. The Eagles played in three tournaments, at Brownwood, Lampasas and Burnet. In the Brownwood tournament they played three games, losing two to Laredo and Big Springs, two very strong A teams but winning from the Gatesville five. Then in Lampasas tournament Goldthwaite crashed in for a third place trophy, and Carlin Wicker made All-tourna- ment Six. In the Burnet tournament three games were played with the team being defeated onlyby Prairie Lea, which won the tournament team there too. Robert H. Johnson and Carlin Wicker made the All-District team. The other two outstanding playe rs on the first line , not before mentioned were Billy Joe Heath, the fine ball handler and Walter Leonhard, a good ball player to have around any time. Other squad members well worth mentioning are the following: Ralph Massey David Hill Alva Doyle Roberts Tom Boyd Jesse Hammond Charles Wylie Hamil Lynch Le roy Henkes Larry Simmong Kenneth Wesson i 4 I 3 S x I z v Q ' 5 is Fx Hr' i, I ' 'Q' if ' i is I 34 ' TENNIS CLUB GIRLS' ATHLETICS CLUB Nl' 151' 4 35' fk,,.'Qf'F, . Ng H. ' 'fi ff' JK :wie il, l DRG NZATIO S .-, a "EAGLE'S TALE" STAFF ! T WENTIETH CENTURY QUINTILLIANS 9. 5. A a r g. 5: A ne 5 L i 51 91 COMMERCIAL CLUB OPERATORS' CLUB FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA XMAkflxs My f HW 31 ,,,'1Li2 ,v 'YA 'Sf NEW of Betty Williford President, District III, Area uw? - wx. ?' FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA gi' K Bfmng ew, ning. nah, f Robert H. Johnson Y. B. Johnson, Sponsor -I T w. L if fi J. 3, ,e Y' -. W, 5 Pep Squad Pat Lockridge Head Yell Leader l Ada M. Geeslin Bennie B. Long Wilbur Heath Modene Letbetter N. 4 - .,a - , x :gif . 11: I 1 Hmm -jmmllll' 'ip ! 'C "4. vx,,.. V H1 ' 1' Him MVN I Ulm! L. 5. 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