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Page 100 text:
Many special people deserve many special honors
C L Y Elk's Leadership Contest Winners
i Suzanne Shields Ceci Looney Ken Hall Pat Hicks
2nd Place lst Place 4th Place 3rd Place
DAR Good Citizen
X National Merit Finalist
X Mark Crear
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Jaycee Ame-ricanism Essay Contest Winner
Page 99 text:
Mythical lfftyfirst state" offers lively agencla
PRIDE IS A BOYS'-OR-GIRLS'-STATE T-shirt or
pin, for these sources of pride represent ten days of in-
spiration and education at Austin. Mingled with fun and
unforgettable experiences at GIRLS' AND BOYS' STATE,
the selective group of students get valuable insight into
the duties, privileges, rights, and responsibilities of Ameri-
Two candidates represent 'Texas High at Girls' Stateg
five boys attend Boys' State. Candidates excell in leader-
ship, character, physical fitness, courage, and honesty.
A "sneak preview" of the world of government captures
the boys' interests. They 'tlearn to do by doing." As a
member of a political party-Longhorns or Pioneers-each
boy attends its conventions and caucuses, and votes in its
primary. They hear outstanding speakers-Waggoner Carr,
Texas Attorney General, and Bill Ellington, Texas Univer-
sity football coach.
A Girls' State newspaper, athletic contests, glee clubs,
and orchestras-these are a few items on the exciting
agenda. A visit to the State Capitol highlights the IO-day
They live in a mythical 51st state, where "citizens" elect
their own city, county, state officers, and introduce and ar-
gue their own bills in a legislature.
Boys' and Girls' States are "Great Societies"-made even
greater by the presence of a few outstanding Tigers!
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WAITING FOR THE EVENING TRAIN-Ceci Looney
and Suzanne Shields wait for the train to take them
to Austin for a ten-day stay at Girls' State.
N., 19, ,
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as i- it
IT'S IN THE BAG-Randy
' Jones, John Stone, Joe Hyde,
and Bobby Kelly meet in front
I ii.. of school to pack the car and
leave for Austin.
Page 101 text:
Winners advance rom city to state finalists
"Voice of Democracy' Contest Winner
lst Place in State
Betty Crocker Homemaker Winner
SPECIAL PEOPLE deserve SPECIAL HONORS
and both abound at Texas High. Outstanding students
receive recognition on the city, regional, and state levels.
Scholars compete for the National Merit Scholarships
Leaders compile folders for the Elks' Leadership Award
Membership in Quill and Scroll or recognition for out-
standing essays rewards talented writers. "Special"
speakers and homemakers also capture honors.
These remarkable people elevate Texas High to the
status of a "special schoolf'
QUILL AND SCROLL-First row: Lila Bowden, Pat Hicks,
Sharon Walker, Gerry Brewer, Joy Hoover, Linda Vincent,
Connie DeWoody, Suzanne Stutsman, Nita Kesterson, Martha
Lahgley, Vickie Stinson, Glenda Gibson. Second row: .l0hl'I
Sandlin, Diane Moss, .lo Ann Hutcheson, Ceci Looney, Lola
I as ii i Q f,1,t Af
Simmons, Connie Cox, ,lo Ann Tyl, Loretta Pickett, Linda
Jones, Pat Middleton, Brian Coesl. Third row: Mike Stout,
.Iarnes Bloodworth, Barbara Ivey, LaNelle Hicks, Betsy Nor-
wood, Ken Hall, Nancy Satterfield, Barrie Carter, Rosemary
Cody, Pat Dawson, Lany Powell, Suzanne Shields.
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