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i ! ! j Cra, ilir:. Fre:l Peck Observes 501 h Anniversary of Graduation Pi -cured above i", Mrs. Fro 1 Peel; who «rni '.ua'e 1 f-oni Katy High School in 1913 as Miss Ruth Monigold. With her are her three daughters, Mrs. W. E. Ditto. Mrs. Roland Busch and Mrs. W. C. Stockdick, Jr. also graduates of Katy High School, as were Mr. Busch and Mr. Stockdick. Miss Monigold attended San Marcos Teachers College two years and taught school until she married Fred Peck. They have the three daughters and a son, Leonard, six grandchildren and 2 great-grandchildren. Katy Alumni Registers 122 At Annual June Meeting The 1003 Katy Alumni met Roland -.- 1 Piwh. and Mr. in the Katy High School And-'and Mix Kcb'jr.. .-.'. Hill, itonutn Saturday night. Since 1 A social hour followed the the Iwnqnet was eliminate 1 business meeting in t'io rafe- this year, the business meet- teria. Iloinemacin e.wkies and ing was called to order at 7:3') punch were serve.1 while mem- by Herman Meyer who pre- bers visited with each other sided in the absence of the renewing old times in school, president. Rev. Harrol Water- bury. The invocation was giv- i Katy Drilling Mas en bv Rev. W. C. Stockdick. j r ' 11 . n^, i. Mrs.' Ilershel (Delores Nel-j tx f Q " e ™ Ke " 1 Hj son) Poorman, Jr., read the i With Time; Ad minutes of the 1902 Alumni i meeting and gave the treasurer's report. The historian's report was read by Mrs. V. D. (Alline Roberts) Avera. W. D. Fussell, recording secretary recognized the yar- „ res , >onse to t!lc a(l lous classes, and as the class; rp n j s j s ^ ln , K) run . was called, the members stood,RECEPTIONIST FOR SUM- Katy Drillin."- Company had good results on fieir recent ad in The Tines Classified section and want it known that they have hived someone for the position. Tiiev an; reciate up. This was the 50th anniversary of the graduation of Mrs. Fred Peck (formerly Mrs. Ruth Monigold). There are no actual records avai'able Mr. Fussell said until 1019 but on information given to him by the individuals there were two graduates in 1913, Mrs. Fred Peck and later Mrs. Clarence Peck, the former (Miss Lel'a Cott). Being the silver anniversary of the 1938 class, thev were the honorees. The class of 1953 presented the program. Arthur Glenn TiobWiiiux introduced Mrs. Betty Sue Rhenian who rendered a numbfii 1 "In My P.rand New Bathing Suit." Two ac- coiv'ia'i nlavev;;, Karen Irisson U'i'1 F'-(!'l J'ro'lenic of Houston, played a series of numbers. Tl!c"'(' v.'cve 1'-'- Alunni members ^resent. Mrs. Walter Melendy of Collbran. Colorado, ca'iio I'M' fnvtiiovest distance and wi'l receive a pi ft scrip- tion to the Brookshire Times. The groii'i voted to continue the annual banquet and a member of each class was appointed to try to get their class together. The officers elected for the coming year are: Harroll Waterbury, president; Herman Meyer, vice president; Delores Poorman, secretary; Wanda Morgan, treasurer; Janice Brown historian; Melbert Schlipf, parli- mentarian. Alumni members from out- of town were: Rex V. Post, Wilma Billingsley, Robert Hill, Herbert A. Davis, Helen Jo I Moore, W. E. Hummel, Naoma B. Frazee, Mr. and Mrs. George Vaughan, Mrs. Win. Gleason, R. G. Burnett, C'ath- 'erine Alt. Mrs. Robert linker, 'Mrs. B. II. Mitchell, Mr. and | Mrs. J. K. Burton all of Hous- 'ton; Ruth Mclendy of C'oll- Iburn, Colo; Mrs. W. E. Ditto, iGanailo; Harry and den Bar- netle, Austin; .Margaret Terry, Victoria; Patsy Swo.'retin- •s'ky. Galvesloii; Marshall and | Irene Byrom. Hruiiham; Lila ;l'lapsilver Thoinpson, Ui'-h- . mond; -Mae Whitson !''."'";s 'San Antonio, and Mr. and Mrs. ;Glen Lewis, of Ridiland Springs. Nine out of 11 members of the class of 19.38 were present at the Alumni meeting. They include Mr. and Mrs. William S. Gleason, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Maler, Helen Jo Moore, Mr. and Mrs. Robert N. Henry, Mr. and Mrs. George A. Rhe- man, Jr., Mrs. Sammy Beckendorff, Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Longenbaugh, Mr. and Mrs. MER Employment. Preferably college student. Normal amount of short hand and typing required. Applications will be taken Saturday, May 25, and June 1st between 9:00 a.m. and 12:00 a.m. at Katy Drilling Company office. 5-30-2tc Why don't you try an ad in The Times to buy, sell, rent, let work, etc. Call UL 2-1330 or WE '1-2226. Monza Spyder Convertible Bring on those mighty when you've engine traction You SCUIT.V up the You move with Wi'l pavement, muddy oilier would-be And with most of on the rear wheels, steering, loo. Fad is, the and responsive we power steering for And Ihere'a more No problems with CHECK HIS TNT Authorized Chevrolet HUNT Highway 90

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  1. The Brookshire Times,
  2. 06 Jun 1963, Thu,
  3. Page 3

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