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Page 11 text:
The third annual Throckmorton High
School Homecoming was one of the high-
lights of the month of October. The fes-
tivities included a football game with Holi-
day on the fifth at which Lavonne Glenn was
crowned Homecoming Queen, Her attend-
ants were Mary Sue Bellah and W anda
Edsall. On the sixth of October, Saturday,
there was a parade and a business meet-
ing. There the exes d e cid ed to have the
next homecoming in 1958. The celebration
came to a climax withabarbeque that night.
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Mrs. Stanton D. Liles, Sr., Aubrey Condron, and
Mrs. W. E. Routh represented the graduating class
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Page 10 text:
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11 First PTA meeting
1 Z ' 'Fish' " initiation
On Se pte mbe r 12, the Senior and Freshman
classes participated in the annual initiation.
The F r e s hman boys were required to wear
dresses, carry bottles of ice water, and bring shoe
polish kits to polish the Se nior boy's shoes. The
Freshman girls were required to wear six different
costumes all at the same time and remove one each
Mr. Stilley, high school prin-
c i p a 1, registers two new pupils,
Bruce Hanna and Martha Hon, in
During dinner period activities took place on the
football field. This c o n sis t e d of races, air-raid
d rills, and singing songs. The girls had to carry
raw egg S. One was dropped on the sidewalk and had
to be picked up by its carrier.
All in all everyone, including the "Fish," had
a very enjoyable time.
Page 12 text:
This first prize winning float represents the
senior class, with Glenn Hudson at the top of the
trophy and the H o rn e c o'rn i n g Queen, Lavonne
Glenn, with her attendalits, Wanda E d s all and
Mary Sue Ballah. -
Mr. Walter Merriman, President of the Ex-
Students A s so c iation, presents Mrs. George
Wright, the oldest graduate of ThrockmortonHigh
H8941 with a corsage of white carnations.
At the right, three freshmen: Barbara Bird,
Donald Hudson, and Barbara Barrington, display
the fine artofthe Freshman Class, disguised as
.Tarnes Baker, Freddie Bruton, and Harold
Keeter display the efforts of the Junior Class in
their prize winning homecoming float,
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