Gainesville High School - Leopard Yearbook (Gainesville, TX)

 - Class of 1942

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' UNIVERSITY OF OKLAHOMA COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY RAEQWAXEH IQ! M, gif, 'Wi 6 A Q 4 N any Nay N f as 6? gp Q .' Y 'ai .- T- . 1 LOIS RIVOIRE B,S, LETA WALTERS B.S. miami amiga S'?"1 355 X H 'I ...AQ Ki FERREL WHEELER B.A. N.T.S.T.C. Qwiigg 'T OUIDA WALKER B.A,-M.A U, OF TEXAS mynp5fxlfr1rf1x:1 H1 BELL, iii W, iii'-fy' 3 YZ w.-U", --Q -M f W. Q I fgimzzafi 4 . pg- ,' I .M., ,nnnv gn Al -L fx 1 . ,iw 9 .midi M 2 ,XR 'Ht AiQEiWL?WQQ ft." .ff JAM S P. DERRYBERRY B.S. A.kM. r 1 A 'x .. WZ WW1 ami Q m MINNIE MAY VOEKEL B.S. T.S.C.W. "IP VIRGINIA KIIBRIEL B.A, Southeastern State Teachers College Beck's School of Music MQEQE f" CECILE PURDY B.A.-l,A. Baylor College Texas State College for Women EQQQQQ S ,l"" .f-"4 ff' ,Z X Z! 2 5 sf S W' ':.fN Ti Z' 4 if I- S 3 5 i if" if f xx - fx ,X Eii2gggggg7! Xitx T1f,f R i fs? xgg S - gil- ig 5 1 N EEMZQRE BOB COLLINS VICE PRESIDENT ELWANDA WILKERSON SECRETARY-TREASURER EDDY SMITH PRESIDENT f'? f I n .1IIZZ:::- iF f' fffw X K--f ' 'Y'- - ' X X I, W ,W , , , I s-- --7 M-- ,.1-- . ."-- '-X Y ...-ff - X -- ,-Q--' --' X I 5 -- A if ' .., iid? 6 ,2 .1 . , f' LH - Q X :,-1 J! 1.1 f - -,Z ,E f - r II X S W . I X X . f 3 XX X' f 5 R X 7 E X S Sf ,i E 5 X .2 1-2 ' - i- -, 1 - Qwil, L- 'gl-TS.. S." .- ,...---., 1' :L .. '-' ' -X i "'- '- 4h,., ll - x:: 4-.I 1, tl L H X ., ,. Y ' i KX f -Q. SX ,I , I fix I, . gx , , A' En ' 1 1. 1 Ai T .W ,, N. I ff- " - I i J um 4 ,4 I 3 ' l vju - ' J 1 I ROY ALBERT will at- tend Texas University. nSonnyN who plans to a football coach, has an unlimited amount of grit and intestinal fortitude. CLAUDE BECK wants to attend A 8 I. NClaraN plans to have a ranch someday. He is quite a cut-up and is very popular with both students and teachers. be l LE! ALLEN will attend the University of Texas majoring in journalism or law. Lew is an ex- cellent student, well liked by everyone. He is also editor of the annual. ROSE IARIE BALANIES will attend G.J.C. and then engage in secre- tarial work. NRosie'sN pet saying is nGee Whizn. She is very friendly and well liked by everyone. SAIMY BAUGH will attend G.J.C. next year. Well-liked by everyone, Sam's favorite pastime is hunting and fishing. B if C t p-ol HUGH ASTON will be an Agriculture Teacher re- ceiving training at A 8 I. Vice-President of the F.F.A., Hugh has a slow, easy way about him, that wins him many friends. He is also a floating member of fifth period English. J.D. BARRETT plans to attend A 8 H. NBuddyn, who is smart tho' easy going wants to be a county agent. T. G. BEALL will attend G.J.C. He wants to be an aviator-his sparkling teeth and swarthy com- plexion make him out- standing. He is a good wi -tv? student and well liked by everyone. ILL ALLEN plans to at- tend G.J.C. and to study to be an aviator. Hi-Y onstitutes his club work. HB 18 3 IGDRCC o Buddy Sisson. 1 fig' ,ip DOROTHY BELL will attend a Business College and become a secretary. This is her first year here and is well-liked by everyone. FLO BELL-one of our cut- est seniors plans to go to an art school and stu dy Commercial Art. le're sure HBellH cou1dn't find a cuter model for her drawings than her- self. BETTY GENE BROOKS-plans to attend G.J.C. and study Journalism. NSu- garn is constantly fin- gering with her hair. Her favorite saying is nyou known. JAMES BENNETT-will at- tend a law school in Raleigh N. Carolina, HRev.U is a member of the Latin Club. He sings too. GENE BOMAR-will attend G.J.C. UHaratioN, the nervy devil, wants to become an aviator. ROBERT BONE-plans to attend T.C.U. and be- come a manual training teacher. HCarruthersH is very quiet and stu- dious. GLORIA BODOVSKY-plans to attend either T.S.C.W. or Brantley-Draughon's Business College. She is the president of the study hall, which is her home room. LOUIS A. BOMAR-will at- tend Texas U. and be- come one of the utea- sippers.n He will study architecture. HPeteN likes girls and Hudsons. He has a mo- del A. that he has named HBrendaH. JOHNNY BONNER-will at- tend S.M.U. majoring in Art. HJ. GILLAH'SH in- terests are golf and art. l' JOHN BELL- will atten G.J.C. HKil1erN plan to be an accountant. He has the prettiest black hair. A PEGGY BROOKS-will attend N.T.S.T.C. NSloppyH, likes to drive in her old jalopy. She always has a good time no matter where she is. DE ALVA BROWN wants to take a nursing course in Dallas. Dancing and skating take up most of WHedy'sn time. She is one of our most popular seniors. fl yi ,-4-" 411 ...sf .W - we ,?g' We ,AQ p .- .5 , I .V 4, ,V - ,. 'li A, 3 GEARALDINE CLIFTON is an ardent Tennis Club member. Gerry wants to study Phys- ical Education at N.T.S.T.C. She is noted for her sweet disposition and cheerful snile. T.B. BRYANT will attend A E I and become a veter- inary. nSonH is noted for his red hair. HARJORIE BURROI plans to attend G.J.C. and then become a secre- tary. larjorie is very well liked by all who know her. BILLY JEAN CARRELL plans to enroll in G.J.C. and later be a sales lady. NBillN has many friends in G.H.S. K. l JAMES BURRUS plans to attend A 8 I. He is very inter- ested in aviation. Janes has made many friends at G.H.S. HARDY BUSBY wants to attend A R I. He hasn't made any def- inite plans for the future. Hardy likes girls and riding. IILHA CHAPIAN plans to attend Business School in Dallas. NWi1kieH has been an active member of the Girl Re- serves for four years. Sparkling brown eyes denote her merry dis- position. av I 'IBF' IIA DEE BRYANT will attend G.J.C. and then become a sec- retary. She works in Irs. King's of- fice. as Q WU!!! cgi' Y , lg . an I x VN 32 Q2 'Wu HELEN COFFIAN is undecided about her vocation. Helen is very quiet and is seldom seen with- out her sister, Inez. INEZ COFFIAN is un- decided about her vocation but we imag ine that it is to make a good house- wife. Inez has many friends at G.H.S. who will long remem- ber her. . na A -.4 , 69 '11, X' , 0 A , Nl. "" X., , V f ' 1 , use 4,5 M- To .," 'I .KM V I Ab X IARGABET CULP will attend T.C.U. HStink- yn is an active work- er in the Girl Re- serves and is also a Drum lajor. lar- garet is very fond of band trips. Her chief hobbies are football captains and her pet skunk from which she got 'N '19 wa '1? HAROLD COLLINS will attend G.J.C. and an en- hobby The later become gineer. His is philately. Hi-Y makes up his club work. Harold always gets his jokes mixed up, the joke usually being on him. DAVID COPELAND has chosen as his major physical Education, receiving training at S.l.U. nDudderH came back to play football for G.H.S. this year. He is very popular with brunettes. ACLIFTON CRAWFORD plans to attend a Business School in Oklahoma City. Clifton has not attended G.H.S. long, but he has made many friends while here. -x "lW' 0:3 - -4. -A rg ,....- V K ., 555 WQSV 5 'Q I Eggjgfk, 2 HOWARD COOK is a new student at G.H.S. Howard plans to study Civil Engineering at A 8 I. He has made a name for himself at G.H.S. through his intelligence. GENEVA COPELAND plans to be a beauty oper- ator. HS1sN seems to have a habit of not getting her Span- ish. She and lary Jo Links are insep- arable companions. ANNE CULP plans to attend Texas Univer- sity and become a commercial artist. nBonnieN is presi- dent of the Girl Reserves and was for two years a yell leader. Anne's charming personality has made her many friends at G.H.S. BOB COLLINS plans to attend T.C.U. and come out a surgeon. WFleubertn has a friendly disposition and his continuous smile and corny jokes have distin- guished him at G.H.S, He is a member of the Leop- ard band and the H1-Y -., 0' COURSEY CUIMINS will major in science at Texas University. NHink1eN is an active member of the Latin Club. He is one of Gainesville High's contributions to the Texas Home Defense Guard. ROSALIE DAVIDSON wants to attend school at Denton and become a Com- mercial artist or cartoonist. nRosie'sH sweet disposition and pleasing personality have won her many friends at G.H.S. Q Q ' . Fi -auf af 'Q' w 40' A Q , J .1 'f4? NANNIE DUTTON will at- tend a nursing school and afterward engage in the profession. nNanH has a very quiet disposition. VERNON DAVIS 1111 attend G.J.C. He's one of the very small seniors at G.H.S. His ambition is to be a truck driver. He is very quiet, that is, in the classroom. EARL B, DENNIS is un- decided about his vo- cation. This is Earl's first year at G.H.S. and he has made many friends in the short time he has been here, JUNE DODSON will attend G.J.C. and afterward become a designer, June is a very diligent Red Cross worker, She is Dean K1ng's wright hand mann. Timidity is her outstanding char- acteristic. DALE DENNIS plans to attend Junior College, His ambition is to be a school teacher. nClarenceN is very shy ' and timid. JANE DICKERHAN plans to attend Texas University and major in Business Administration. She is a Drum Major and an active member of Girl Reserves. NPorky'sH main interests are foot ball and aviation, CWonder why! FANNIE DUTTON will at- tend Draughon's Business College and afterward engage in secretarial work, She has a kind disposition and is very friendly. !""Q DOROTHY JEANNE DAVIS will attend G.J.C. She plans to be a Technician. The Latin Club and Girl Reserves constitutes her club work. This ngrandu girl has a very like- able disposition. I, Ui -N5 'Il' BILLIE RUTH EDGINTON will attend T.S.C.W., majoring in Journalism HDumpyn is a very popular senior and was elected Yell Leader as a result, She is also a member of the Latin Club and Girl Reserves. She likes banks. Cionder whyy LINDSAY EIBRY will attend Texas U. and afterward become a doctor. NLittle Georgen is very quiet and takes life seriously, Lindsay is one of G.H.S.' most popular students. r 4' , ,A -aff M ,. A as Z.tyi"'z', x, , H ...K , 4 faq uf JOH NY WAYNE GRAY plans to attend A Q I and study-Electrical Engineering. Johnny is quiet, studious, and takes life seri- ously. l JOYCE ESTES will attend G.J.C. and take a secretarial course. She is re- ceiving valuable training for her vocation in the office. Her hobby is quite an unusual oneg collecting rocks. MARY BELLE FRENCH will attend the Brantley- Draughon Business College and then engage in Secretarial work. NFrecklesu is a member of the Girl Reserves. BOB GALLAGHER is un- decided about what school to attend. He wants to be a Radio Technician. Bob spends his lei- sure time chewing gum and fooling with radios, he , I D 'J td D .,,.4' if qv -I IRENE FARRIS plans to attend a charity hospital at New Or- leans and study nurs- ing. Hshortstuffn hopes to be an air hostess. This very short senior's hobby is crocheting. EULA MAE FROST plans to attend a Beauty School in Dallas. HEu1ayN is very quiet and studious. She is a Girl Reserve and has made many friends at G.H.S. BILL GRAHAM plans to attend G.J.C. He hopes that he will soon be one of Uncle Sam's best aviators, Bill is very quiet, that is, in the classroom. WILLIAH ENDERBY will attend A 3 I and major in Animal Husbandry. Hl,C.H is president of the Future Farmers and his favorite pastime is hunt- ing and fishing. lf BERTIE LEE GIBBS plans to attend N.T.S.T.C. and major in Physi- cal Education. He is a member of the '41 football squad and is well liked by everyone. His love for Tish- omingo is amazing, Ask him. BONNIE GILI R wants to attend a business school and she plans to be a secretary. le take it that her hobby is talking. WGi1l's' sweet dis- position has won her many friends at G.H.8. ' 'Q AH -15 -asf NSA, v-fa" BETTY H RRIANN will attend Draughon's Business College and afterward be- come a secretary. NHedyH is one of Gainesville H1gh's best jitterbuggers. Betty's favorite saying is Hkallyn. ei.. 0 i W WINNIE HARDIN wants to be a nurse but is undecided where she will train. Hiinn is really a good singer. Winnie has a very sweet disposition and is well liked by all her fellow students. VIRGINIA HAYES wants to work for the gov- ernment in lashington HGingerN is Bette Howard's shadow or vice versa. Virginia is one of Gainesville High School's live- liest students. ESTAL HENDERSON plans to Join the larines as soon as he finishes school. HSharkeyN is very quiet. There are many students in G.H.S. who can be counted as his friends. 4,15 JOHN HART will at- tend U.C.L.A. and afterward engage in the profession of dentistry. Nskeetn is very fond of girls. John has made many friends since he has been at G.H.S. SAI HAYS will attend a Business School. HCorpH beats on the Bass Drum in the band. I 3' K Sam is one of Gaines ville High School's popular romeos. He is very friendly. LOIS H NLEY will not attend a school of higher learning but will enter into the bonds of matrimony as soon as school is finished. NLoi- sien has a very good disposition. -, "a V. Ar nn. 4 0.9 POLLY HANSUN plans to attend a business school. 'Peninen is very fond of tap dancing and playing football. She is a member of the Girl Reserves. Polly is one of Gainesville High School's cutest seniors. Q 'sl f' if HUGH HICKEY plans to attend G.J.C. and wants to be a flyer in the Army or Navy. nJimmyN is a member of the Hi-Y. He is Shaw's right hand man Hugh is another Gene Autry in the making. ELLEN FRANCIS HICKS plans to attend Texas Tech and study tex- tiles. She is very popular and is a lot of fun. She has made a name for herself at G.H.S. because of her intelligence. gil ae- -4' DON HOWETH plans to attend A E I and study engineering. Hloosen is the treasurer of the Hi-Y and the Bus- iness lanager of the Annual. Don is well liked by the entire student body. X'- BILLY HODGES plans to attend Junior College and then enroll in a medical school. He is a member of the Latin Club. Billy is quiet and studi- ous. ORLEAN attend a business school and then be- come a secretary. Orlean is quiet and very likeable. She is a good student. BETTE HOWARD wants to do Civil Service work in Washington. She is the other half of the Hayes-Howard part nership. When money grows on trees she will stop talking in class. HOLLEY plans to 'E' 4 IAURICE HOLCOIBE will receive nurses training at Baylor hospital. She is an active member of the Girl Reserves and is well liked by all her classmates. WALTER HOOVER wants to be a farmer. This is Walter's first year in Gainesville High. He is noted for his stature and winning personality. HOUSTON HOWELL wants to be a farmer. He is an active member of the Future Farmers. HBubH is very quiet and studious. He has many friends at G.H.S. VIRGINIA HOPKINS wants to attend N.T.S.T.C. and become a secre- tary. NGinH has a lovely per- sonality and a nice disposition. This is the reason for her many friends at G.H.S. s H., 1 ry? BETTY HUGHES wants to attend N.T.S.T.C. and major in music. nHughsieH is a mem- ber of the Girl Re- serves and the Latin Club. She is a very talented singer. DORIS JETTON plans to attend Junior College She wants to be an artist or an Interior Decorator. Doris has very pretty red curls She and Nell Runyon are constantly to- gether. J, yffg, , r, 1,2 ff ' ,- avg. kr ya. WET Y V '37b1.l5,:' 45 'nail qw- .5 .fha I?W5Hi u I .,.o,gif1i.s v, u f ' .ram . 'IY 3 ' V -V " . . 7 :jr . " , - 5 PATRICIA HCCANN will attend G.J.C. and then become a secretary. Pat's hobby is F.F.A. boys. She is very genial and is very popular. 115 -ll ROBERT JONES plans to attend A 8 H. He then wants to be a commer- cial pilot. HJonesieN has an unusual ability to make friends, BILL KEMTLIN is one of our popular football heroes. He has a weak- ness for brunettes. Bill has a peculiar habit of coming to classes without pencil, paper or book. EARNEST LEHONS plans to attend A 8 H and then become a farmer. He has a quiet disposition and an attractive personality. "SY BETTY JO JORDAN plans to study nursing at Baylor Hospital in Dallas. This is HSlims first year at G.H.S. She is very popular with her many friends. JEAN LEMON wants to at- tend N.T.S.T.C. She is an active member of the Girl Reserve Cabinet. She is a drum major in the band. nJeanien has a charming personality and sweet disposition. MARY JO LINKS plans to attend N.T.S.T.C. and become a teacher of Home Economics. Mary Jo is well liked by her classmates and is very attractive. CECIL JONES wants to be an airplane mechanic. nJonesieH is very quiei in the classroom. He is very likeable and is an earnest student. li KATH RINE lcCOLLUH will attend G.J.C. and then become a Physical Education teacher. HKatn is a very good baseball player. Katherine is well liked by everyone. CHARLENE McKINLEY is attending G.J.C. and she later hopes to d Commercial Art Work. She has a habit of giggling. Charlene has beautiful red hair. gi' GENE MARTIN V111 attend Gainesville Junior College and afterward Join the Navy, Gene is x- 3 a good athlete. His pet hobby is acting silly. Of AO- .. BONNIE McLERRAN will attend Draughon's Business College and then become a secretary. Polly is Bonnie's shadow, or vice versa. Bonnie's hobby is collecting miniature shoes. JACK MAHAN will attend A E M and study Civil Engineering. nDemonu is secretary of the Hi-Y. Jack is very popular and is well- liked by all his class- mates. WILLIAM MARSHALL will attend S.M.U. and major in Physical Education. nToppyN has a swell disposition and is always grinning. He detests getting his own lessons. .-,vcr 5,3 HOMER McKISSACK plans to attend the Univer- sity of Texas. NBlue Eyesn has a habit of writing cute letters to his current girl friend. Homer is very likeable and has a sense of hulor which usually keeps his friends in hysterics, it .6 CHARLES McWILLIAMS will attend A R M and major in engineering. On top of being pres- ident of the Hi-Y Wlacn holds an important position on the annual. He is very friendly and well liked by every one. WILLIE MAE MARSHALL will attend G.J.C. She is undecided about her vocation. HShort1en ' May is lots of fun and everyone likes her. Willie has a peculiar habit of falling down steps. DOUGLAS MARTIN wants to enter some branch of the service as soon as he finishes school. HDougH likes to point at girls because they don't like it. Douglas has red-blonde hair. wi 'Nav 'E Az FLOY MARTIN will major in Physical Education at T.C.U. Nkedn is very friendly. He has a very attractive personality and a good disposition. MERREL MARTIN will join the Naval Air Corp after he attends G.J.C. HGirlieH has a very good disposi- tion. He has a strange habit of winking at girls. 405' , , -av FQ , Me?!c,, , W,,, L 5 .4 I 4 MARCALIE MILLER will attend G.J.C. and then become a teach- er. She is studious and sweet. Hluttn spills lots of ink. Her favorite saying is nShoot--I reckonn. ,ni DOROTHY MATHEWS is undecided about her future. HDotH is a very good tennis play- er and this is her first year at G.H.S. She is sweet and lots of fun. BOB MAULDIN will not attend college but plans to join the Marines. HBobbie'sH favorite diversion is skipping classes. His pet expression is HYou're nuts.N He says he is a woman hater. CWe wonderj. MARY VIRGINIA MEINE plans to attend Junior College and then do Civil Service work. Mary V. likes to flirt tell 'okes K' if KATY MATHEWS plans to attend Baylor hospital and study nursing. HKittenH is a very good tennis player as evidenced by her winning first place for three years. She is cute and sweet. CLENTON MERCER will attend Brantley- Draughon's Business College. nClentH is quiet and stu- dious, His favorite expression is NDarn.H He has many friends at G.H.S. BENNIE MILBURN will attend Gainesville Junior College and then work in the oil field NBenN is ver J and wave her hands. She has a new nick- name every week, Ml - Y fond of athletics in any form. This is Bennie's first year at G.H.S. '..., JUANITA MASSEY plans to attend Baylor, but Fate alone knows what she will be. HPudgy'sH hobby is talking. Her pet expression is H0h Foo.H She likes to drive. Q Apkf fa J. R af' 1-"""' ..., ,W-2' JUANITA MINNIS will attend Junior Coll- ege and then do Civ- il Service work, HNitau is quiet and studious. She says Hfloogien for her by word, ALPHA IORGAN plans to attend T.C.U. She ls one of the married girls in G.H.S. nSailorN likes to borrow money and pass notes in S.H. Alpha has a sweet dis position. 'Db 1 GERALD PEARSON wants to attend a mechan- ical school and then engage in the trade, He is noted for his black hair and freck- les. Gerald is a rather shy boy, ed' SAMUEL MURRELL will attend A. E H. major- ing in Electrical En- gineering. He has a habit of getting into people's hair. Sam is one person at G.H.S. who will not be for- gotten, DOROTHY JEAN NEAL will attend Draughon's Business College and then do Secre- tarial work. nDotH likes to sing, whistle and say Huy cowln She is short, cute and lots of fun, RAYMOND NICHOLS wants to attend Junior Coll- ege and play basket- ball, He wants to be a drafter, nNick'su bright yellow jacket attracts the girls, 60' CHARLES 0'NEAL plans to attend Texas Tech and afterward become one of Uncle Sam's best pilots. Nlushn likes to fool with airplanes and radios. J.H,NICKERSON plans to attend N.T.S.T.C. and then do dairy work. nJadaN is very quiet and intelligent ROBERT PAYNE will attend G.J.C. and then become an aviator, nSlimn is a tennis and basketball enthus- iast, This tall brown haired boy specializes in Book Reports. .ri IARGURITE IORGAN will not attend a school of higher learn- ing but will get married. She likes to act silly and is sweet, WAYNE PETTIGREI plans to attend U L.A. and become a aviator. He is a senior yell leade and has blonde ha and blue eyes. A saying! nBoys wh do not like girls and dates are not ambitious.n EDD PICKETT will at- tend an aeronautical school and then be- come an aviator. HJune Bugn is tall, brown haired, and rather shy, Edd reads aloud. ,vga-Q . '13, 3 If quad' , file 15 'Al 'fn ,.e A . 3: " ' I -V . , 3 It 2' ' if 1 ' A "J" 1 fair., ' - 2535! J 1 QC 1. ':s?' Hwfxd I H 1 27.3 W - 1 . - K V l 40- Q i J A . .4-Q' LQ . ,wt ' . 'f 1 4 - x . ' ,w t . A NITA JEAN ROBINSON plans to attend N. T.S.T.C. and then teach history. HEl1H is a philatelist, Nita Jean is small with blonde hair and blue eyes. LOUISE POTTER wants to attend the Chilicothe Business College in Missouri. She hopes to be married some day. HBlondien has a peculiar habit of bor- rowing paper. She is Hr. Well's favorite pupil?? LEE REESE JR. will at- tend G.J.C. and then become an aeronautical engineer. HToyH will long be remembered for his poem HOde To a Bandhalln. Lee makes a lot of noise for such a little boy. CHARLES RICHARDSON will attend G.J.C. and then become an engineer. HWingsH is a football boy and dashing young Romeo. He never seems to have a pencil or paper. DEVENE RAY will attend a business college and then become a steno- grapher. uDean'su hobby is riding. She had rather fall down stairs than walk down them. FRANKIE PORTER plans to study at T.S.C.W. to be a,Home Economics teacher. She is the girl with the quick smile, blue eyes, and black hair. Frankie is known for her ability to ride horses 41' Q --v JACK RHODES plans to at- tend G.J.C. and after- ward become an aviator. He is a member of the Latin Club. nRustyH would rather chew gum than study. GRAHAM ROBERTS will at- tend A,k H. and then become a veterinarian, HGoonH plays football. Graham has brown hair and is liked by all the girls. sl 'Elf K x .Q ,gk 1::YZ, lg! af Q5 ,eel 'HP' N 9, HX- .P Ill JOYCE ROBINSON will at- tend Oklahoma Univer- sity and then become an undertaker. HPeggyH has a very pleasing smile and blonde hair. Joyce's favorite ex- pression is HHeckN, JO N SIEBIAN will at- tend G.J.C. and after- ward become a photo- grapher. Hstoogen is one of the annual photo- graphers. He is also an enthusiastic stamp collector. gf- QL? if Q J EVELYN SELLARS plans to attend Simmons College and then become a nurse. Evelyn is an active Girl Reserve and 4-H Club member. She likes fun and all kinds of sports. FRANCES RUDD plans to attend Port Arthur College and study to be a Radio Control operator.NFranN is very quiet and studious. Althogether Frances is a grand girl. ELLA SAHPERT plans to attend Gainesville Junior College and then become a stenographer Letter writing is her hobby."You're teched in the haid' is Ella's favorite saying. GERALDINE SAYLORS will attend Texas University and major in music. The Girl Reserves and Tennis Club make up her club work. NGerryH is a very cute girl and is very popular with the students. 5' NELL RUNYON will not attend college but be- come a housewife. HJimmieN is engaged to one of Uncle Sam's soldiers. Nell's fav- orite expression is NI don't got nothingn VALTON SANDERS will at- tend Junior College and then become an accountant. Valton is a refined gentleman with blond hair and blue eyes. His hobby is stamp collecting. KATHRYN SCOTT will at- tend a Beauty School and then enter the profession. nKatH is quiet and studious. Kathryn is a Girl Reserve member. 1 -JK KENNETH ROBERTSON will attend A.B H. and study Civil Engineering. Kenneth is very studious and quiet while at school. Reading is his hobby 4 u,.N 1 i?gMZ!Wi'.'ix. 19 "' . RICHARD SHEPHARD will study voice and journalism at the University of Texas. 'NR1cciN WAS a band member. Richard is a very quiet and friendly student. LUTHER SHOTIELL plans to attend Brantley- Draughon's Business College and then work for the Santa Fe Rail road. nShot'sN hobby is hunting and fishin .3 A WILLIE RAY SNOW will attend West Texas State Teachers College at Canyon and then be- come a Civil Engineer. nBi11'sH hobby is swimming. His friend- liness has lade him very friendly. L nr wi gf MX ALBERT BYRON SISSON plans to attend N.T.S. T.C. and major in Business Administration. nBuddy'sH hobbies are drawing house plans and collecting picture post cards. DOROTHY SMITH is un- decided about which college she will attend but she plans to become a journalist. NDot'sn hobby is photography. PAUL EDWARD SMITH plans to attend Gainesville Junior College and then join the air corps. NEddie'sN hobby is stamp collecting. He enjoys all kinds of sports. ICN STANLEY SLAUGHTER plans to attend Gainesville Junior College and then become a flier. HStan'sN favorite food is cornbread. Red headed girls are his specialty. MARGIE SMITH will take a beauty course and then engage in the profession. HMargN is rather quiet but she is well liked by all who know her. RUTH SNELGROVE plans to attend Brantley- Draughon's Business College. Her vocation is books. HWaffle'sH hobby is dancing. LONINA SICARD will at tend Hill's Business University in Okla- homa City and then engage in secretarial work. NSquirtH collects miniature dogs. fi F IQ 7, Q N' . .,,"Y 1 i 7 E62 ' Llei ffpi L za BILLIE ANN SOLOMON plans to attend Southern Methodist University and then become an air hostess UBill'sH hobby is collecting pins. HBillN is very friendly and popular. BETTY GENE SPEAKE-will attend Texas U. and study secretarial work. nSpeakeH is friendly and intelligent. Betty Gene has a very sweet disposition. 4' . psi , 1 TIMMIS-plans become a nurse, study at S.M.U.HGertieU is for her whoopee She is very y and popular, uf f" TOM Y STOBAUGH-will not attend college but become a livestock far mer. HStoyesH favorite sport is hunting certain little kittggg? ELVIN STOUT-plans to study at G.J.C. to be a radio operator. HSleepyH is very timid and liked by all who know him. HARIAN TANNER-will major in business Administra- tion at N.T.S.T.C.Marian is vice-president of the Girl Reserves and has been a member of the band as a drum major for two years. TERRY STEPHENS-is planning to attend Texas U. and study Civil Engineering. HRochestern is quite a band and tennis J. LEE STANSBURY-plans to attend Brantley- Draughon's Business College. Lee is rath- er timid when he is around girls, He has a good time anywhere he goes, enthusiast. He is the president of the Tennis Club. DAVID STURM-will attend T.C.U. HCy- clonen plans to become an aircraft worker. David is big and powerful and made all dis- trict in football. RUDENE TEAGUE-plans to study at Baylor hospital and become a nurse. She is quiet and studious. Rudene with all her quietness is liked by all who know her '11-1' LQ K K 3 BUDDY TIPPIT-plans to attend Texas U. and then enlist in the air corps, NTipH is sorta quiet.Cat timesb Buddy is one of Curtis' best car hops. ELLEN TTPPS plans to attend Junior College and then study nursing. She is secretary of the Girl Reserves. Ellen has an envied disposition and grand "" personality, JACK WADE will study Aeronautical Engineering ,,, ggi, at Texas Christian A "W . University. Jack has 'L QM, , a friendly disposition M ,w,, Vg,gs , and many friends. J' A my I b w:,v , V ' V , :A., - , w x: rx 1 3' ! I va 3 ' i VENSON WAGGONER plans to attend Gainesville Junior College and then become a mechanic. Venson is quiet and M studious. RENITA WALKER plans to attend Gainesville Junior College and prepare herself for has a nice disposition but she is a bit timid. , a nursing career. HNitaH 'SUR :QA ,A-4 TUBBY WADE plans to study at Oklahoma University to be a doctor. Tubby has a very likeable dis- position and many friends. VERNON WAGGONER will attend Texas A.k H. He then plans to enlis in the Air Corps. Thi is Vernon's first year at G.H.S. and he has made many friends while here. LOYD WALRATH plans to become a photographer. HJerkH is one of the annual photographers. He and his camera are constant companions, CECIL WARD will not attend college but will , become a live stock raiser. HCoopH is rather quiet at school. His hobby is hunting and fishing. ,Os 1' CLIFFOGENE TOWNSLEY plans to become a secretary, receiving her training at Gainesville Junior College. HFriedaH is timid but liked by all who know her QF ,ab .-f t S A -.4 lyagy sl ,nib HARJORIE WARDELL plans to attend the Brantley Draughon Business College and then be- come a secretary. Hshortien collects perfume bottles. H0h, did you see that gyig boy go by?n is her favorite saying, ROBERT ELGIN IATTS will study ledicine at the University Bob spends of time in is manager ball team. of Texas. quite a lot Denton. He of our foot- 1 BETH WOODS plans to at- tend Brantley Business College and become a secretary. HPoodle'sH favorite saying is HThe wedding bells are in sight.n , 11W 0-P' .fl JACK WEISS plans to attend Hardin Simmons University and then work in the oil field. HChinamanH is a very popular student at G.H.S. and is very fond of blondes, ADDIE LOU WHALEY plans to attend G.J.C. She is Secretary of the Tennis Club and has been a drum major for two years, At present she is deciding whether to be an air hostess or a laboratory tech- nician. ELDEAN WIHBERLY plans to attend Brantley Draughon's Business College and then be- come a Stenographer. HDeanH is liked by all and has a nice dispo- sition. vi? DURWARD WEST plans to attend Junior College and then settle down to farm- ing. If farming does not suit him he will join the air corps. His favorite expression is nOh Gee.H JEAN WILLIAMS will attend Junior College and either become a flier or secretary. HLucyH is very smart in Shorthand and her favorite expression is uKnow any new jokes?H ELWANDA WILKERSON will study nursing at Baylor Hospital in Dallas. nWandau has a grand personality and disposition. Everyone is her friend at G,H.S. JACK IILLIAIS will play football here next year, Then, he will major in Physical Education, uConcreteN knows and likes Cso we hearb quite a few Paris girls. 0:6 FRANCES CRAIN plans to attend T.S.C.l, and major in Physical Ed. She is a new- comer at G,H.S. and drives a light car. She is quiet and studious, JIM BLOUNT plans to attend Southern leth- odist University and major in Physical Ed- ucation, nBlountn JAMES BRIGGS will not attend college but will get a job. James is good-looking and has a grand per- played wingback on the sonality. He likes football team. girls, SAMUEL IURRELL plans to DAVID RAYMOND SMITH attend Texas AEI and plans to attend Texas then become an engineer A k I and then become HSamH is short and lots a a1ryman HSmittyU of fun He likes ham burgers and women BETTY JO BUGG plans to attend N T S T C and mayor in Textiles nJodyH wants to be buyer for a department store She is espec ially fond of hot dogs and dates She coll ects novelty pins 1S very fond of pret ty women and is pop ular and friendly BETTY FRANCIS RUSSELL plans to attend Texas State College for Wo men and then become a designer Petty has a hobby, which is collecting min1ature dogs She likes hu morous jokes and Era boys f,l ,Q-SL as f-fx f ,N-H 4'- m """sR f- ' O --2 'Z'--Q. f"' .- -'X DAVID WYATT will attend Rice and play college football if Uncle Sam doesn't get him first. HDy- namiten made all dis- trict and is very popular with the girls. I I d I U ' . a - 2 . If II Q . 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JACK STARK STEVENS STEVENS STOBAUGH 12.- -7 ......4 CARL STRAUSS SUSIE LEE NORMA JOHNNIE ANNIE STUNER STURH SUHMERS .S Af- "' 1 -.p f'-7 ff RAYMOND GERRY ARTHUR DIXIE WILLIE PEARL TALBOT TAYLOR THOM SON TRIIBLE TUGGLE 4-gx N ,r I I 0 1 O I I ,f I I If. 4 I ffl 1 if 1 . ' 1 I S N59 I I I 1 I " I I 1 ix fo ,f f 1 'bXxsss RUTH WAGGONER ,Q I av-'V' --.. 0 MARGARET TROUT DAISY ANN WADE JOYCE WAGGONER Nh LA VERNE DOROTHY WALKER JACK WARD WARE 413 w"! DALE BITSY COLLEEN JERRY JOY WELCH WHALEY WHITE WITT WITT 'L DO FRANCES MARGARET HARY VERA EDWARD WOODRUFF WOODRUFF WOOLDRIDGE YOUNG YOUNG WARDELL Ja ktY Dm mi f if xxf fy E! MMR 5-'45, NX. X Tmmnsg! ff! L lv .N JUAN Wx 'V I f Q i ,, 'JR- ,59X ' S o .KX I 0 I 0 . 1 ' I f N - 1 5 J Si .a , A 1 lg. If 54" ' V' , , 'Q I X ' T ff gi N- : A J ' fuhf ,.., M f A 3' ,: 1 '-A - - 1' ,I ' . N, AA QL ' . A .m ..... A -'r 'A an JC A 1 A .5 A AF A ' , I J a U - fa 43 A .A 90 Q A a t , A 41? 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Beasley Bell Bell Bell Bell 3, Paul1ne Walter Kathryn Doris Lucien Merle Patsy Blake Blake Blankenship Bomar Bone Bord Brackett fi V Q - fi A P 1 J , , A - A f A :ing ,, - re -f x we f 5 KE in ?1.33'f'Z'f-'.'I ff: Ruth I. Gwendolyn Betty Jane Marie Burrow Coll Collins Cook f W? 4 A -v I I " 'a i af .1 - 'B ' 12 ,xi A 3 , 4 ' A X I If ., Af A 'f All . Fannie Iary Dean Weldon Collins Copeland Cotton Carnett Culp Carnett Cole Davis Q A o I r A f , Q -,,f ' gf ' 1, 1 up T- B - f n ' -ag: 1,4 ' A 4' E' A ' 'B' Q !Z tty Gene ry Sue Janie yJohn Billie I. - Fred Vilma Jean Ruth I. Wanda Dunnavent Ailene Galloway Maurice Gray Wanda Mae Holton Jones Jones Georgia L Theo Myrtle Dorothy Elkins Embry Evans Fletcher Marthel Ralph Ikev Garrison Garrneth G1ll f? 'X tl Joe Carlton Dan Griffin Hall Harrell William Anna Beth Betty Jean Hopkins Howard Howard '49 Lee largorie lary K. Jones Kaden Kammerdeiner Bill Jack G1lp1n 'W' Elizabeth Hassell Anna Lou Howell Ruby Kelly Florene Joyce Fletcher Fultz Fdna Glenn Francis Hayes 1, M' Albert Graham Pats Hobbs Juanell Graham Ruth L Holman Frank James P Walter Humphery Johnson Johnson lary Wanda Polly E Kemplin Keck Koon ,gn 9 Willis Norma Lee Roy Imogene Charles Joyce largie , Wahl ,,,M,MWyb ,,,,, ,, 1 , AQZ WWW , QR Q f A 3.72 QQ G tg .42 Q- gg' M 7 .5 apggaf 'f Lf M t Q 1. 5 y it 'syij fa lf 1 xy f " e Ah 7 L3 1? p J K 42 in v ,f A - ii ul , ,.a g AA is V ef ' L ' 5 l W JL If G ' 'H d a ,yt Aft if W W ferr or 3 y qyy y 1, W . , , A , ' , f yi ' 'Q - away ' ,QQ MM ff' X ' 1 . , - ,,.- A U 1 1 If A I h ,yung , y l,. A F' is 'V y ' M Q 1 Q W 1 W ' 43 , 4 ' i 5- ill v a: A La p V N A Q V ,Q Z f': 49, Q Q, ' 'y ,' 2 J QW ' - W at W , H W yy 5 W a,...l .f . ' , ,j I K 5 'V v"' ' ' t- Qiif .fYW' ' F H. ' HL ' Y I. . , ff A 4 F if 3. " lf "t., M w " W P H fp YQ ' F jQ, ,gl L, Q' in yt 5 if , , Q W Q . L' gg , W 45 A I .. Q .. I S , ,Q I -- fl . .A 2 kk A 5 ,V t in . h ' Q 5 ' V Q F. in tie H 'gr I Q., Q. ga ' Hx , A' 'tr . :lp ' ' , L Q ' G -- 'al K , .. ti ,K , : I jqggf ? S.W. Kreager Le Fevre Lemons Lay Lester Lester Lester Lester fi? Mary L. Selma Lett Lewis Q Q: 1 y -S Sinai , ' Margie L. Edwin Massey Maughn ' A in 1w'5h J .1 J. 1' I X kv. 1 I! I it P?Qd Ray Ben Melton Meyers Egyfrs , L 43? B, '1 J.B. Marcel Nichol Norris Vg an 33,5529 E5 F? 4 ' 5? V 5? 5, rw l'w el an :rbi Marie Buford Partain P7rten x 5 1' E: thy, ' 6 Annie Links ,, 1 , I RJ- ,A Almeda Morton ,pig -A N 7 if I. Sammy Miller 4' , S , ,Drag . Rena Faye Norris 4 4 .xI 1 Ollie Pearcy i , I Q XJ? ' 'f L 'WSZ4-W JN S ....,- -wi if NWE Billie Lou Helen Burl Joe Bill Sarah Faye Links Little Macon Maddox .4 June McClendon .. f I i f .5 7 A xif Kenzie Mincie 4? 1 -v ' Ax 1 LX Lucille Norton K , Rose Penton S? -. Q. Tommie McChesnie , P 3 .ff Marceline Moore , . .v I X Mary Ellen Norton Q.. ww J - .5':.,.3 5 ' Hubert Perry 3 Mahan 5 1' 1' Dorene Tim Margaret McCracken McPherson Mead ,gf 'ms Qffh J N Tia - Juanita Sarah Pauline Nance Neatherly Newsom 1 . . ff I . 1 y 1 9 I' nV,, N g g L Peggy Gordon Betty 0'Neal Osborn Oxford ' ' A ' .. -- :L , T ., -. uf .-fa. rf Mary F, Mary Helen David Petit Peyrot Pilkinton r L f , X f i 'X A Q ' lg MZ! A B .ni ' Marjorie Raymond Earl Plumlee Porter Prestage Loveta Rlchardson 1 Robert Slegmund Marle Stacey S Jack Travelsted Billy Wakeham -we Roberts Sameck Calv1n Sluder Lyle Smith Smlth Margorie Stark Walter Jack Stark Stewart Bill Tucker Alfred Barbara Tune Turner ,mm Weldon Frazier Joe Henr Walker Westbrook Wilson ..- Ona Edna Ruth Pete Carl Mary Ellen Saunders Scott Scott Mary Dell Llona Bell Sparkman Frances Stevens Mildred Turnham Oden Sparkman Nita Jean Strauss ii Ona F Scott Allen Solomon Maurlce Thomas Harold Margaret Tutt Tutt Cad Bobbie yllson Wingert Wisdom 1 "' N . fi, Dorothy Shotwell X XX Clyde Speake Emma Thompson Joyce Vaughn Maurice Woolfolk Xmpf 6 C.F.Jr. l1111am C. Bunk , , 'D ,, W r 2 .V?,, Q5 V an - , syxlzggg ,5 i,N giggm 4!?A,s Q24 A1 3 ' d 1 " A W 4 4 i Ba B B f -1 f -- 'M 'aat B-f iq V ni V S . ' S W f ,VZ ' H P i N1 r V F M 'J ,. V 1 W ' , y ' J ' ' . , ' ' I f I 1, l b I 1 .Ci f' K B - S f' ' R.C. v fl' ' A " I h S ig 1 -gf y W , . . - H I - n- -8 A ,M 4 1 ,. I. Q ,1 1ii Q 1 V ,J li? ,A n ,H 4 J , i Vi, , fe ggivi A A ,4 2,92 , W Q my , . if gg: -f ,, M ,ja Y I fx . fa 'fr - " A 1 ilif-"fi X 2 - , fix F 9, 1 -a , , A .u, A 1 ff" , 'r 1 :he W ' 'S 5 ' Q. V ,fin "" A S x ' z 1 f ' e Ds. ff. ' A M ' LQ 5, ' 9? 4 ' xxx f V -Q I , L A D 4- V: A , . , l. fy -1 ' '- ,V . -0 - . 'Emu 54 4 1 N v A 5.2 , Ai 3 7, .gp y Af .7 I . g y 42 k' 1 f 0 AQJ- ,-,if - 4 't - ' M -K lm J -4 Q. g v Q f L 5 ! 'i S' W W -B Wanten Wyatt Yarbrough 4 , -nr' Z- . ,f, -Fab-45? ANN Q The Beckner brothers have the situation well in hand. Girl on a wall. gt., A i s 2...,21-La iv' I - X.x wv" f Zhi! ,,, F' in svn' rf- . , . I. .Q o D 2 Seven come eleven on a rusty dime. A 3 A -1 1 1 ? K 1 . Freshmen lined up waiting for execution. t 'ffnyb , anne! Queen Of the n00n'h0UT- Wonder if Glazier makes her cute clothes? 'l 51.4 -nnnaH ff ff ! I il xl ?Y'A I X ' 'X QAM? 1 3 Q 'mums www, .fl x N N XXXXXXXXQ' Q QQ? BEEBK ""lEL f 'Bm wid! W5 - I 0 ' Jah! A. Pres1dent Anne Culp, and Vice pres1dent Secretary A11ce Long and Treasurer Ellen Marlan Tanner T1pps PURPOSE To f1nd and give the best SLOGAN To face life squarely CABINET 1JMus1c, Gerry Saylors 2DService, Bonn1e Gilmer 3D Recreation Margaret Wool dridge 41 Program, Marlan Tanner 5D Scrapbook Maur1ce Holcomb BD Membersh1p Cather 1ne W11SOD 7D Publicity, Betty Stark 81 Arts and Crafts, Dorothy Jeanne Davls 9D Wor sh1p, Jean Lemon 103 Social Margaret Culp SPONSORS M1SS Ferrel Wheeler, Miss V1rginia Moseley Miss Leta Walters Miss Vir g1nia Kimbriel, Mrs Homer Koon, Mrs J W Trultt, and Miss Pearl Brooks vl"" ,I - gms, -., H. if ,e '4 CABINET -' I 4 A lx' 7' 2 A' .. .X I 3 I N lx In ll K gm X ' Us -F-. -A . ' J 1 59 I A . I' - lsr 5 1 .1 ' . .ll , - ' - A '5 x?'L5L' Wm ' A "' XX f "Vx" I " .A B , . . ' X. , - ms , I , u .- . .Q 71 LH, i A X Sf Il f " A . .1 A I A K M f A H V , ,- ' N x 1 --J A , - 2 ' i I , 1 j LY.,,g"sf1 I J Og- ly V - 1 . . g' f Q- " X A ,' . , ,':f-fy-ff, -1? 'V It gf N 1-9 . M . W M ' 1- r"' --' ' -" E J -' -ff se aw. fm K f 1 '4,,LL-'L ' f Q - '-an 111- .. 1 ' . ' . I . j I Y I : . , y v ' I ' O O . ,a --- Q --cv. M'- 'Q Q -A " , 7' J . 1 h In 1 . "Z . ,I ,' l A E . r A: 1' . X Z " N ' ' A' ff' u I - 'sh QNBV NN QB 4 F I mx gimme X323 EULINE SHAW is the sponsor of the Hi-Y organization, an active, fine club composed of young men in high school. Y Members 1941 42 H1 Y Officers 1941 42 -uv' lzi 'C vm f X x F f N X C X f XD Sbodalias W Lawn A I Semper idc-:HS Vergilian Julian Elwanda Wilkerson Pres Billie Edgington Pub Ellen Tipps V Pres Catherine Wilson Soc Layuna Hicks Sponsor Ona Roberts Prog lerle Howell lusic Oden Filson Treas lae Culp Sec Tulian When Christ las Born X AFC! 2 F 4 . W1 X ' Q ' f . 3 C , . .2 Q9 t . . A I C Q i . if C - C ldif-+2 , 1 C ' ' are ' ' P. - Z C," '-" C' C ff, 1 f' so f f f M" 1 !7 14X , Kgs as ii ,, K- . FFA Y 1 1 ..s l S'ET?O?JG'SEUfTllY David Smith SFATIDW OF AULISER J. P. Derryberry Ill 'ww' Wi 11 iam Enderby Paul Rivoire M... .- 1-S..-Viv? r L,-wn.Qi'l 54,51 a " TTC! fin: 9 'v writ' JF VICEPRES. Hugh Aston ,. 4 -wi! - Q, -3. Claude Beck QEEQQQL xiii BETTY JO BISON JANE DICKERIAN ODETTE WHALEY ALVAH GARVIN ADDIE LOU WHALEY IARGARET TROUTT GRETCHEN TIIMIS CAROLYN CARLISLE The Mixed Chorus, an organization made up of students from each class of the high school, is responsible for several large programs during the school year, Together with other departments, this group presents a program during the Christmas season, assists in local activities, and gives regular assembly programs during the year. The Girls' Octet, being a smaller group from the Music Department, is used very often on all civic programs church services, school affairs, and various programs given by the school 1n nearby communities Miss Virginia Kimbriel is director and sponsor of these groups 'W Dbl SQQWQE? ?ii N NS ?X?H 205 ii QEL f On December 8, 1941, President Frank- lin Delano Roosevelt urged that the 77th Congress of the United States of America declare total war on the Empire of Japan. Realizing the tremendous effect this would have on their later lives students of Gainesville High School grouped a- round all available radio sets to hear the important news. Classes were dismissed in order that students might hear the events which might completely alter their plans for the future. QLWES ENQREASE EEFEMSE EFFQRTS .v 4 ' The girls of GHS quickly responded to the call for clothes for sol- diers of the U.S. and British armies and civilians of England. uSittin' and Knittin' or Britainn EEQEQK A WAR? AWB 3,365 A JA? HBuy United States Defense Bonds and Stamps Today.N The famous minute man reminded all of us to Nbuy a share in America.u Each le nesday was declared as NDefense Stamp Day.H We know that NEvery time you buy a bond, yo kick a Jap Across the pond.U However, the realization cane slowly that we must invest our entire resources in order to win this war. d u 'K 09,4 A1.h , i I' :Tha ,vfhx bqvifix fsagilif ,KX 'QL 't-. - 1 1117? '.s -UJE ig? ,. 'V -. .. x, fo' ,f 1 0 I' If , ' D h '. 6. , Of ' ".., AIIEL I Y """' EGM? TE4Im?TY Our great resources, often con sidered inexhaustable, were not enough to meet the increased war production and the peacetime consumption. A serious metal shortage developed. In answer to this students carefully saved tinfoil, toothpaste tubes and razor blades. Items before considered useless now attained great importance in our all-out defense efforts. USER 30319323 QTAMWS ?QR EYE Students also began to conserve paper products. Teachers began urging stu- dents to use all writing space on their papers. The FFA collected paper formerly burned at the school. Boy Scouts collected the waste paper from the city's homes. EEMEMEER FEMRL H3523 QR If in x S REE? GEM ?LYHWQ It was an admitted possibility that our Nation is in danger of bombing attacks. Consequently, First Aid classes were organized from many different groups throughout the city. Inset shows girls practicing in one of the first classes organ- ized. .17 The American Red Cross calls for more war relief. All Home Rooms were 1005 in their Red Cross do- nations. The Senior class gave up a party to donate. The Tennis Club donated from their Social Fund. The Hi-Y bought a bond. Girls sold coat hangers in order to donate. AMR HQLLHW Y MQ ESM HUT AMERHEAMHSW G H S has already seen nany of its students volunteer for service in Uncle San's armed forces Some of the first of these were James Davenport Howard Homer Dallas Galloway Guy lask Fletcher Kizzar Douglas Alexander George Bryant 'iw A Hone Defense Guard was organized and many recieved military training which would enable them to replace the National Guard which is seeing active service Boys from G H S showing from left to right Coursey Cummings, Janes Pearcy, Jerry Purcell Iith confidence in our armed forces with the unbounding determination of our people we will gain the inevitable triumph so help us God' The construction of automobiles was curtailed Tires were strictly rationed This was a hard blow to students used to riding to school and courting in cars. Hundreds of students and adults began to ride bicycles and to walk. I 0 O O 0 . K ,, ., , r . I . ' O 0 O . . r -- -- -... ' I U an 4 21118 QD Q www mhmw oxq 9 1 K Q id 5 X ? " 'S' 4 -ff X fl ax K -1 5 5 Ll M John W. Nay --? .-. ' gl' l...iai. 'Rig - .-. 141-1111i'X ixifseex 11 1 1 W ,wrt 1-1 'QXQ-3"f 1 g. w 12 ' 4 - f1 'f1+1'i-a f+f"l,V'1.f -f11,1fQ1'- 4f"1f'ef+e11'f1f,f1'1 " A "1,s f""v"?'.1-f+1f1 ' ' 1 f, 1 1 . w e 1 11 1,4 - - 1 ' . K f- . -. 1 wwf X,.1, - , , J V , w ' BTL. 1 ' Q:-2 ' Jia 1 Q ts if 9' Qi" "" 1 1 -M., 1 .. 1 A , -ff L. - Q g 1 , ' 1- gg '1 '1 if I J . Q - 1 -. 3- i fl -X 1 'J' 1 1 "' 1' . Q- , 'W '.. '. li.: ' 6 J 2' -Jr ' ,N ' if .R . 4' 1 fri. , 1 11.-'AV L W L f' . jf "V 2,1321 3-151' '5 0 K F Q- ' 1' 1 Q U, . in ' 1 1 1 1 Q1"fw1if,??',55,a9Y3'F1 ' ' A 1 aff: 1 '1 ' 1 fr ,A -, , fi' ' ' ff L ff 'i3?4':fwfw.f':1 , 4...ffL3-I Q -'H 92:1 X" K ' 4 4""""'v Q44-by U15 Q. L CQ Qty' 1 -aff sf '. 1, ' , F : Aa K . N. 1 n- S ' 5 s 4 K gag , Q f J . . 4 i f ,N 1 . - ,A Q. 0 ' ' ' gc 1 Q' Q , N xiiji . i 1 JANE MARIAN PATSY ADDIE LOU MARGARET DICKERMAN TANNER GLAZIER WHALEY CULP Q M P. n .3 .i:. -7 7 x M, , . 'Na 'wa , Q m fag ,- x ' . Q--v f--, POLLY JEAN BILLY POLLYETTE BILLIE MARIE HANSEN LEMON HERMANN KOON DIETZ R s D The only reason Chub and Jean are carrying books is to impress the teacher. I , 'J'-fb-av h 5 if-4 fm: if Louis Lee seems to be enjoying his lunch hour. Stansbury heaves while Fred looks ure- gusted.H i , Roy is probably telling of his gridiron ex- ploits, HJo-Jon and HGertieH frolic between class- Wonder es. what they were doing when Mr. Chalmers caught them? or , Brooks Jack and Bonnie vs Cope- block traffic land. E1- between classes. s case of nur wanda ref erees f L Nm 213 X f hd-JS f s -sw XM! 41?- 11 X '52 6 lm I X ms f .-'fa' 2 F7 N N 9 ?QWQQE?Eg QQ? LQQEZMQ .Wh IIL1 ffm? Q? -.ff aus. Ili LINDSAY EIBREY F1rSt string in both basketball and football an excellent student George is quiet and modest blonde and def initely handsome I . , ,H t -, b 'Wg : Us 1, -. . 'xi 1A x .n.,, S K QT' fs' X 1 WM.: :if ,I , x s . - f " . n il A Y l , - o ndsiw ur g Iqmklng SLUIUI down thi steps Wlfh V11 Qludcx 1 Qu xxvul group f fiwxl IYCS t11P1Hg oval the Q1GC11OH sv 4,6 Don't thxnk 1t'Q a gall 1t' just PatQy Soph fivorites 1 yr old gaxden gate Chxnamun shows hls QODUIHIIIQ with the two falr f1VOYltCS .9 ?' , A .- , V, -1 U 49 ' en K . p- ' 4 f- 5 1. .15 m D' ai ' 'E cg .kia ' I 'A 1 ' . QW? 5 Q If-Q ,Q-rg A ' Q-...,,m Q, tw? K b 5 5 AQQ, R vc l - f' 1 JU v fum mL k xvgk Li ,gf :D fnfid ' X, I . . I - f ' , '. - - S M favorltc'-. saunte-rs and Polly, Junior and ' 3 Q 3 -' 'I .. 1 L' gt 'Q Cal 'r L 1' . Qcph. ' V ' . 5 r A f L o '.'f'- V ' ' h -Q 1 .i 7 ' ' J Joe Davis, a bit of Junior handsomness. i 1, L? - 5 f 2 Q , go . V . n e'f Iv i V . ',,2 Q "Ex-, t Y sr'- " " EEE EVERY SUBQFEWBI X LINDSAY EIBRY 1 n s 4 A 1 fy JACK HAHAN ' JOHNNY BONNER 'i mu BONNIE HCLERRAN VIRGINIA HOPKINS POLLY HANSON 'Q N ' . 1 ANNE CULP LEW ALLEN T 'P' X' A , 4 . 1 s 4, 0 Q f- - I 3 11 , . - A: 9' -r W1 ' ' U s -A , in 1 NV If 1' , 'I E 'x 'A ".f4J!,. EULA IAE FROST Q , 'ij V, i NITA JEAN ROBINSON . Q, A A fx ' Mfg, I ' FANNIE DU'I'I'0N NANNIE DU'I'1'0N FRANCES RUDD Wm. Y f,1rf,:,s tc' ",,.,. NWC? n 0 f-Wyii' 31,9 M 'uh XX ,g.ggZ 'i Q3a 23 X .1 '4 I V CLASS PROPHECY If sometimes you have the yen, Why don't you just try dropping in, On Great Professor Yogi Quistic, A leading scientific mystic And as you gaze in the crystal sphere, He'll tell you things you'd like to here, Things you've never heard before Of the men and women of 'sixty four, There's lclilliams, sticks in hand, Beating the drums in a red hot band, Lemon and Tanner, Cthey'll never learn! Stenographic experts for a business concern There's Bobby Collins using pills, Making a living off other folks ills, And Billie Edgington, radical, I fear, She wants to be an englneer, And here we have sweet Jack Mahan, Using his head to survey land, And largaret Culp, a great sensation Flying a plane across the nation, And Samuel Hays, a millionare, With eccentric ways and long, black hair, And Betty Brooks, shunning the bluesu Writing a column for the New York News, Stephens, Howeth, and Enderby too, Engineers for the NRed White, and Blueu, And Gretchen Timmis, eyes so blue, Promising someone she'l1 be true, And Louis Bomar, our problem child, Drawing pictures that are wild, Clntermissionj And Anne Culp, like her they're few, She's a commercial artist too, And Lucious Allen, that long legged creature, Succeeding loss as Chemistry teacher, And Rosie Davidson Cthat makes threel laking a living at artistry, And Lindsay Embry you'11 never daunt, He is anything you want, Aggie' Whaley, sweet as can be, Taking dictation from the boss's knee GND 40 i t by ctiv - Q e i X A Vo 1 Q4, And Romeo Beck, he has no fear, Q -1 Il NIJ 5:5 ,2 .nl ' C 'al ' I Q1 6 1,0 -4 That he can't be an engineer, Gerryn Saylors, known near and I , Fast becoming a piano star, Leo' Kemplin, we like him too, Succeeding Bible at Texas U Elwanda Wilkerson, our beauty here, Facing cameras without a fear, And Johnny Bonner, no fireman or warden, Drawing the comics of Flash Gordon' And Jane Dickerman and other belles, TAKING GEOI TRY UNDER WELLS"' i ywvvv M as 1' .llilllloif 5y13 llillll fl' QQ ' U -1 IP vw 9 'X W 1 Vt 9 1 ' ' r ku 11,0 . L" k -'-'N xv 45 kv - . 6 h . . ova . . J ' may .rf YQ N' ' 6 -P lA',, ' x if . ' kQ?rL1f. . ,I X 1 , Q ' kv Q-0 ,. ff ' .. H . ' 1 fi 154 N '- ' f : .sl " ' ar A " .- 'Qs 'I . N W1 ' ' ' H It u 11 'i 1' S N , W ' 5 5, ' xx M P K EDIILQR Lew Allen EDLIQB. Anne Culp ARTEILITDB Johnnie Bonner Rosalie Davidson Maud McCain LAXOJEIIQBKEBS. Margaret Culp Jane Dickerman Flo Bell Alice Long Pat lcCann Betty Gene Speake Alpha Morgan Hary V. Heine Bonnie Gilmer Catherine Wilson Charles McWilliams Don Woodruff Harry Robinson E?Q?? me ,7 -Q .SRQHSQB Ouida Walker 'T' .LEINEESIANAQEB Don Howeth SLQMRQSEE Buddy Sisson ILYRIETB Jean Lemon Marian Tanner J H Parker Director Lloyd Walrath Head Photog Robert Lucas rapher Fred Little Johnnie Siebman SALESQIBLS. Billie Ruth Edgington Addie Lou Whaley Gretchen Timlis Lois Henley Gloria Boduvsky lary Beth Woods Doris Couch Betty Jo Rison Mae Culp Peggy 0'Neal 5 're M H , -D V Q X VL V' 'D wr 8 '7 H 'H B 4 y,,in W G I G amy .V Vx V' V' ' Fr' I 0 ' V V V B . STAFF A? WQRK ADVERTISING SALESI N 61? PHOTOGRAPHY STAFF REPORTERS LAYOUT WORKERS l 1 fr K. TYPISTS I1 il! ANNUAL SALESGIRLS ANNUAL ARTISTS 9? A.-or in '5 hm ,,', 5 'X . f ui Q ..,. ' A f , , ff X l -1 If f AQ, Q pf? M-A QF ,,4 P Qf 1 4. 4 Jr -, I Isl ' if I Q A 62, . bv ERN, X. K-X X ' . X Q99 Xx Aff 1 -Q49 fr X' I f X I x M f ' wfifif L f I 1:60 W , W, f X A MZ. LH f M ff I 9 HH "ff , f I jj f Q 1 , ff f A Q mff!alg1A !SUf K WX WXXXQX ff ,XX x xfm X K fW4A QQQEL -. mfvf, .,f- -gif" Q16 JS 1? ik A-J' li 2?QKTg ij' if 2 'S ' i i, l 'Q is E I s Q Q 1 in + , 9 Q X gn, I ff h V ix if --f x U ff X I. -: " X 1 i ,' :P ,I JF-'YW i f fjji 'fr' 'K X ? T, Rn ' ' 45 f.' f xi - ff- f M If y - 3 T X I' F X A ' - N, r, -,vxX -- x MI x I X W' x -0 ' -1 7 - wwf ,,n - - K K x Ln! 1 V hh V X in i 4 X 1 N X J ., ' ' I 0.0 ig f fzyf fM+Xw 1mw, C iff f f f :.'f W ' i 1+ L 5 ' .MQ ' if I WMC 1, 'iffy' ll' . I W nf 497' f 'f ..z!l:i'.xF f"fl...1X X l 1. '. If "I 'gsm' OJ S j I t 14,51 X ,iff Z f I J ,, L"'5 wwf,w ,EH Q Six?" 571 in N f ' X 7 X X ',," A 1' an X Ysjx' 10 5 X.-X x ' 'iqmz M kg AN X' I 'ff E s X x xxx V., -. K 5 E fx rg : 1 X 1 N A if !, ' at X A1 D -Q N,--v ,M up R -ff'-R l7fV g '11, lwkg -i ? 'fi Z f E' : ,X f 4. v - - Zi i-ff , i7 5? 3' ? W - V I? Ti Q f xf ' ' Q Q +R ,, ? Sf W ,f N? - W 7 x 17 Y ' K Q , S LT-T w fiff l X- i fr Q Z it 32 i 7 4' Q Q Z? rr-v X x ,.+ V f 7-+ 4 X "' f- iii W f Y ll K '-4-iz A TENSE HOIENT IN THE PARIS GAME The zest and SpOrtSmanSh1p of athletes 4" ,Qi YELL LEADERS flux i' Seniors Wayne Pettigrew and Billie Edgington Juniors Harry Robinson and Betty Jo Rison Sophnores Dan Harold and lae Culp ' 1 .i' C ff' Charles Lindsay Burns McKinney Centenary Hardin Simmons Head Coach Backfield Coach L '- fx Qt' C L . Q . l P'AA -'3 In Q94 at f ai " 7-he -- 32 -I an 37 'T i The mighty Leopard traveling Squad f A C 5 f we AV,,a A V s . 7, ' . 5 E-:ffm 15: ' Q' 'Q' ' fi' ---bg. -C -A h 'I' A Q ff43 "Egg 12 4a Q . P1 ig,-in I Y 'Q . 2 3 W , ,. - . . Z P J xv M ' ffm' Embry-Back .Fha " Ill ' 0'Nea1-Back ,r- W, it 'Q Copeland-Guard f , fnaQgZ:5ln53 C 'ggdixs f N. w , ,Q - 9 -'9: a , ,qu if Hatcher-End Alberts-Center GAINESVILLE 33 BONHAH 0 The Leopards marched to an easy victory over the Bonham Warriors in this District Opener. Captain Wyatt was the standout scoring four of the five touchdowns. The only threats Bonham made occurred with a series of Leopard fumbles. High Spot of the game was when Wyatt in- tercepted a pass and raced 97 yards, untouched for the score. . ' l qv-, ' 4 6 ,Q qs. as . 49' i 1 Roberts-Tackle Shotwell-Guard GAINESVILLE 19 SHERMAN 7 Gainesville and Sherman are traditional rivals. For the past two years the Leopard have lost by the narrowest of mar- gins. This year it looked as if the Leopards would take the Bearcats easily. However, in the last of the first half, Cap- tain David Wyatt suffered a bro- ken collarbone. With their captain, star, and sparkplug gone, the Leopards seemed defin- itely to be the underdogs. In the last half an inspired Leopard eleven with a rearranged back- field swept over the amazed Bear- cats to win the second district game. Y x f , an . wr' Z A as: M Q, 4 , Kemplin-End ,. i , ' , H. a r !'7Q!ib ,A dhv su " 'Vina 4 . fl 4 A A , 4 In ,K , rg., , Q .Ji IL. av' " 1 .as df- 19 " "'- 4- " 'wi' Q - I .. . F 5 I I x Weiss Back Geibs-Center Richter Back r Flannery-Guard r lartin-Guard r I V E 1? 1-'uf' M -4""l'n vw. 46 Harry Stevens Back Jack Williams Back Raymond Van Duker Pete Cook Back NISDN 13 GAINESVILLE 0 The Leopards met Denison on istice Day and the game was ayed in the afternoon at Den The Leopards were defin ely not clicking this game and th Wyatt out the scoring punch emed to be lacking Individually I1 the boys played a good game lliams and Kemplin were offensive andouts, however, the team as a ole was never together This was first defeat of the season and first defeat at the hands of e Yellowjackets since 1932 Tackle PARIS 28 Gainesville 14 There's more in that score than meets the eye The highly favored Wildcats came, undefeated with an amazing scoring record behind them, expecting to smash a once defeated Leopard ll The Leopards decidedly won the first half failing to score by the smallest of margins and hold ing Paris far from their goal I the second half the Leopards found their scoring power behind the pass ing of Williams, however the mighty Buryl Baty of Paris also turned on steam and took the game for Paris Wyatt was again in the lineup, play ing with a huge brace protecting his shoulder Every Leopard played the finest game of his career against Paris, a game which will always be a credit to the Leopards Jr 'N ilf' i Jim Blount Back Dave Wyatt Back 1. 'ah A 1 Nnl'lq ffm ' .ge I ,. .15 lla 1 'dn ,-h lam 4gs 'hu Heathe End Walter Johnson Frazier Westbrook Roy Flenor Center Guard Guard David Sturm Tackle B111 larshall and George Bryant Guard W ,..,,5 Q51 . i wa m. y -5 'HA " ' if I 1, , , 1 ff Q ' . if A , ' V V 5 Q r as " Q M'l . 5 1 4. A W lv Q 4?'- - 'AV A 5 54 5' Qu "' 0- A -sf ' li 4 . ' I In , I - . . -on. - I ,. ,I o , ., , ' ' . n V I . - - I 8 e G ' o I , H V I -Q ,. ,H+ f F -1 are .,f 1 . ,, ,Q EL", aijx.n?f+x - J 2575 1 Q 'g Vw 5' j pf '14, ,wr ' 'F :A . D 1 - - '- , 0 lv '-f .1 ' - ... a r- " 5 in ' ' 1 ' I M J, W ' -. . l l F 5 gn JJ fi 3 4 qi , , 4 L 4 i' .N I! Q gr, if-, :Ja A .5 L , - -1 1 P ,, X 1 ' ' A 3 , F J ' " 1 I l I l Q 2 ' 1 s I , 4 ' I 1 I ' A 5 5 5 A , . , K . .ff 47 , ' --1. x yn ' - ' ,rf , . . :- , . , 1 . - U 7 ,a 5 . M- ' . ' 3 1 'Q V , in M I .. x Q.. 3 --A- . 1 ,'? f H 1 .gf se' K' ' Al g, O X vw- Qr rv' 1 'mv' 1.5 , BY' ' A Q5 -4,-, Q --6 1 Y x A' , X X -I. wg.. fam J .15 . , ,s,,'.'."' 1, A , , I . ,Q -Q--1-M. ir-H'j"' , Q Of x, 1 -8 I , ' K qv?" . 5537 3,2 av- M f Zi L t' ,ww . , ,WP , 041 u KA K , ,k. .,.l, ,4 sf' W ,1 Q vo. I Q.- 4' , writ- - w qi: 'W ggmljffn sf 'K Q F 1. I X 1. Y A. A Q . N .- fv-, s .E B' JFK A vw - Q f'-2 ' ' Q + " A. I ...J 0 I ' 2 XS Q s ' , A - A f ,Q ,, A ' L ' .- .A . :Q A2 X 1 X Y I ,A-.ami 1. x 'X V L- '51 1 rh- F -' 4 M.' 4 w': 6 . , ,'. . W V , - 'K .- to , Williams-' L, , 'Y N ' .1 still out. Paris tightens inches from the 4 The last tough workout before the big game. ---..- , ,,: ,,,,- " - --r goal. i ,av -' -. " -1' - .- ' .Q-,A -. --M H mvtr., sgwhyrfsq s, " R BLOCK THAT . N It takes 3 to stop -ff,,E". "T0PPY" ., 'AC-f"'f,. '4-C..-1. -a. A . - E 4 ' Dave Iyatt KICK! f I 1 ! 4 "TQppy David ' larshall St'-111 ALL EH3?QEQT ,S B AEEQETEALL MSTHEQT SRAM? 3 W Gene Bomar Jack Mahan Burns McKinney B111 Kemplin Roy Fleenor .i -,r-.ln 4 , Jack Weiss Lindsay Embry X.: ,1 1 '. S X WEMM Q This group of G. H. S. students under the direction of the Physical Ed- ucation teacher, Miss Brooks, is doing much to promote interest in Tennis as a major sport in Gainesville. The officers are: Pres. Terry Stephens, Vice Pres. Gretchen Timmis, Secretary Addie Lou Whaley, Treas. Sara Faye Mahan. Don Howeth Lindsay mag' Jack Bell, City Champ. jf Johnny Bonner YS WMM, Jia 6 f 'QE g QALX ' . Q . I A September 10--School opened 19--Greenville Football Game 26--Mineral Wells Football Game October 3--Adamson Football Game 9--Girl Reserves Big-Sister,Little-Sister Swing In 10--Denton Football Game 24--Sherman Football Game November ll--Denison Football Game Armistice Holiday 14--Tennis Club Dance 19--Latin Club Party 20-21--Thanksgiving Holidays Paris Football Game 27--Thanksgiving Holiday Fort Worth Tech. Football Game December 11--Junior Class Party 14--Christmas Pageant 17--Hi-Y Christmas Party 18--Latin Club Party 22-29--Christmas Holidays gxxxw 292 as K dk in January l--New Years Holiday 15--Football Banquet February 4--Senior Barn Dance 9--School schedule was changed to War Time 10--Home Room 38 Party 12--Girl Reserves Scavenger Hunt 20--Latin Club Party 24--Future Farmers Party 26--Home Room 36 Party March 13-14--Gold Medal awarded in Basketball Tournament April 2-6--Easter Holidays May 1--Girl Reserves Sweetheart Banquet 6--Senior Class Picnic 22--Class Day Junior-Senior Prom 24--Baccalaureate Sermon as' I0 After sixteen years of SerV1Ce to the students of G H S , Irs Dorothy Scott King,Dean of G1rls, will leave at the end of the year Wlth Dean K1Dg'S absence there will appear a vacant spot in the hearts of many students, she is sincerely loved by all those who have studied here during her years of service She is affectionately called Granny , however her actions and appearance are nearly as youthful as those of her Hchilluns Cas she would sayb Therefore we the seniors will con Sider Dean King as a member of our graduating class HGranny, salute you as a HSen1or of '42 X Q S X E 1 QI KINNE'S -t..p-, welry The home of quality je in Gainesville for many years. W1 ks r M-"""' ttslligir 2 ' . .' . ' 1-1 'Z Anything or everything you want is to be found in the infinite variety of Kress goods. ,f .7 'ff' 'E g,il f 1 X 1 I' 4, g J - 'J o IL L Nita Jean and Flora Bell find that the beauty bar at Austin's Pharmacy carries the finest quality of cosmetics. ' wma.: 4. o Y 1..- Q-13 :Tj insure Shop at TEAGUES' for the latest styles in spring and summer wear. aultless serwce Lrvhl MQQ,,H-1 Lowe?-P5o1f1e 570 'Q s.....,:n - HICK'S CAFE A11 customers are well satisfied by the clean, wholesome, home cooked food served at HICK'S CAFE. H FREE PRESS J ML IN EVERY HOME SENIOHS 19 2 WEEK Qwllill- 671104014- HfQJf2S1G2yQQI369IDQ2 Sofhijj 1 vrwnqpt- The Lyon-Gray Lumber Company Reliable service and friend carries the finest quality liness is the lotto of the of bu11d:lng materials First State Bank '3 P- i W' O T E C C l U C n . H - , fini 1f?wfg,,,g,:7q L X I ,. .... X . f , s 1 -3 1 A h -'K K Y I i 5 I ' ' I ' P54 , V 6 r S is s , W! , , I I I C. A -. Q 5 Q in Q? f .m -..W A-5 I 1 K iff, "p, Amt. .QW 9 A I ' , A 1 1 A A I I ll ' N 5 E ' E F iii . - ,'g'- 55 :V si ' v" A'VA n - N I O U School-kids all stop in at the Curtis Sandwich Shop for the tops in short orders. sm E M. THOMPSQN for reliable bgrildifig and loam mvc-25 monk , und, me UYUDCQ of all kinds Ill L I we-. lp . a , 4Ls,hxsk -.,,, -...-4.-- Polly and Patsy find THE LADIES SHOP's new styles just the thing for spring and summer wear. "'-r--,w,..,- A I . K 7' N12 i as A well-equipped cereal laboratory insures uniform purity and quality in all IHALEY HILL products. -ig " For reliable titles, deeds, abstracts and loans see the W.W. HOWETH Abstract Co. achers endorse school supplies tained at DUSTIN'S. ua u E613 See F.H. TURBEVILLE lusic Company for the finest in Radios. lm? pp., FV . ff' Q. f.. y . vw Q., The J. C. Wooldridge Lumber Co. stands ready to serve Texas in this time of expansion by con- struction. BN!! HV Everyone admires Jewelry or watches from Watts Bros. drug store. A11 trust their prescriptions. ,f HOLLYWOOD SHOP 'r Exclusive campus styles at a price to fit today's pocket- book. RALPH LONG GROCERY AN IABKET 114 South Dixon BOSELEY CLEANERS AN HATTERS 112 North Dixon LA HGDE 101 North Dixon LEVINES DEPABTIENT STORE 115 lest California BOOSTERS 5: I .3 I -vz FFR if 5? QE '...l dn 1 , PURITY 303 TANNER 213 Clothes look like new when they have been cleaned at the EAST SIDE CLEANERS, BAKERY COIPANY East California FURNITURE COI ANY INC. East California DE LUXE CLEANERS AND HATTERS 313 East California NOEL HARRIS PHARIACY 201 North Col erce F' 1 A. ' .'k""gg:A-fppfrufae fgggxfiw 3 JA..- ml H n H ff-Q ff' i Q K 1. luv, lu .mln LEA KIIFHX i 10659 s T .ns si mm 'il' 4 DW' 072' 4 Q' fb Sp? ,gwu :sms KA- -l" -an U 1- -., 'LIU lL'55 -L1 N14 A x .4-' li M, I J ,U95 ,ul ,..-"" 5 ,f '41 lp rg!! f TYLER and SIMPSON stocks Gainesv111e's leading stores with the finest :ln wholesale groceries I , 4 4 I .A"" " 'K A1,e f V- . ,fe .L I :ff-A VV .5 . e J - 1 e e T f ' i e is 1 ' 1 '54 V ,N J' v i 1 i-I . 1, -. W ,, . ' 5 e J..- e A . ...M ,... , 4 v se if i ' fa V ms N' WJ -" 5 . fi'1"? , , , fl- L i ' 1 H+- ,Rf P - fx is 1 N ' - u A 'f 2 L ' gf ,gag - 2 J dye .,. 4. Q , . Lghlw, 'KM n Y 'Sf' 4 3? ' VV ANTH ' s vfl v . .. ' Q 5 - 'X - e-' f' L N .Fi-L is -.,.-V at , Ili 'mf ' ll ' , 4 . . 'me f- f .I ' i L' -,., QQ. I ,n ,. 2 Q5 S ' H . .Sm Y I ', . Mtn.: :tt ' 'V' "' ff" 1 6- "' 'ul 1 ' Q ,T I! A 0 2 . ' fe 'J' ' K e e 5' Q -sf-I "" -1. y A Le -""f' 'ff' z- .ov .wiv I -he ' A It ' fl Q . .a 1 V V f 1 "p J - 4 . . V N- I ' 5 lf , ' fysgff ef ' 'f 44 . .4 un As we ride into the sun And think of things we might have done, We realize how very small, Has been our service to one and all, But what we've done has been our best, We think it better than the rest, And hope that when this var's all done, We'l1 finish the work that we've begun, And better annuals to you we'1l send, With countless pages delaying HThe End.n ii' FINIS ,Q-.N 1,116 QV.

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