Gainesville High School - Leopard Yearbook (Gainesville, TX)

 - Class of 1957

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"J 'i ,A Y 1 xl QW' THE LECPARD 1957 GAIN ESVI LLE H IGH SCHOOL Gainesville, Texas .U LL FOREWORD The Leopard staff presents to you the students your 1957 Leopard In which we hope you will take prrde We have trned to Include something of special Interest to each of you For the sensors vve tried to capture all of the happiness and sorrow that goes wnth being a senior To the lunlors we have given the memories of b Ing a mlddleclassman one whom the sopho mores look up to and the sensors look down upon And lastly for the sophomores we trsed to capture all ot the excitement and fun ot your flrst year In G H S We hope that each of you will treasure your hrgh school days and look back upon them as the best years of your llves We feel that the leopard on each dnvusuon page wall brnng back memornes of a special event a close trnend or some of the lust plain fun you had an G H S Lrnda Oglesby Editor in Chief ,X ,mfs I I , . ca ' ' - 4 - .. I I I I i9 2 61 if a if 'f? af' 9" d ff A?" 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Mk Q V 4 If di J lg 1 1 4. 1' -'- ll . 2f,,..a- I .R ...-1' CALENDAR OF ACTIVITIES October October October October October October November T2 T3 November T9 November 29 30 December December December December T3 I6 December December December January 2 January ll February March T9 March Apr: Apr: 20 22 Apr: Aprul May May May May May May May 28 I 956 1957 Tn HI Y Slumber Party Student Council Sock Hop Latin Club Plcnlc Band Halloween Party Tn Hu Y Halloween Carnlval Student Council Trap to Tulsa Muslc Festlval ln Durant Gnrls P E Class Dance Thanksglvlng Holidays Student Council Talent Show F F A and F H A Hayrlde Texas High School Press Association In Denton Youth and Government In Austun Trl HI Y Chrlstmas Service Beglnnung of Chrnstmas Holudays HI Y and Trl HI Y New Year s Dance Close of Chnstmas Holidays Trl HI Y Chnl: Supper Twurp Week and Valentine Dance Sensor Play Hr Y and Tru Hu Y Convention In Dallas Tru Hn Y Easter Service Easter Holndays Senlor Plcnlc Junnor Sensor Banquet Tru HI Y Sweetheart Banquet Natnonal Honor Socuety Pucnuc Splash Day Class Day Prom Baccalaureate Commencement T9 '- '- 23 ' 24 . . . 29 31 .- .- . 31 . . A . 6,171 8 . . . . 18 .- .- . . December 18 Senior Christmas Dance 19 . . . . 27 .- .n .- , 'l T9 '- '- ' ul - ' 'l 20 ' ' ' T0 '- '- 24 24 26 Qgedfjffj I X K f 97,81 KVAZQZ7 LC Z Siwgysg JQ Exmgglf ff l? 1 JE J Q aw " Q, ff W af ADMINISTRATICN 1' - x A -'ff"f 'x E 7 J' f Mak-'X " LEX, I 14 ffl 2 ig Q ' Q CK fQ,, f ,, K ff is Q1 f Q ,ge ff NX -aff " 'SA ,z 1 .A t X11 3 X V QA A ff , N mavfo 'xig S i 1466 J F .-kj f f v - W Q W fig F 'di' '1": VY -7 z"i1. 'g frig Y -7 ,. 1- --X.--Y?-I S 5 Q54 X z"'-ff?-bi2P Wi - i Q T BOARD OF EDUCATION r" wi Fmj E-35' ADMINISTRATION 'cf' MR. ROY P. WILSON Superintendent 1 MR. BEN P. HENDLEY ADMINISTRATION ADMINISTRATION l " MARCUS AUSTIN Band MISS WANDA BROWN JIM CAMPBELL MRS. CAROLINE Clothing, Foods History, Civics, CUNNINGHAM English Safety Driving English J"--T' KEN BEARDEN History, Athletics Physical Education DALE DENNIS Mathematics, History :FIT 19' Cv cv--' Z MISS LAYUNA HICKS MISS MARTHA LIDDELL MISS VONCILLE LIDDELL Journalism English Latin, Spanish LV. 'f'..f" ,cj ij f6,uffA'WM fgpze, SAM LOMENICK Mathematics, Athletics ADMINISTRATION f u MRS. LOIS LUCAS TIM McPHERSON J Bookkeeping, Biology, Physics, Typing Athletics MRS, AUDRA MOORE MRS. DOROTHY NOWLlN V, S, PAYNE MRS, AMY PORTER TYI3lVlQi 5l10"Tl1GUCl AFT, TYDlfWQf EV'Qll5l'1 Agriculture History ?"y 101145 X., ,M ...ar ,40- Q7 g L. XO fx L. R. POWLEDGE MlSS DOROTHY RUDD Mechanical Drawing, Shop English, Speech ,".D ADMINISTRATION MRS. RUTH SCHLAUDROFF MISS ANNE STANFORD Chemistry, English Physical Education MRS. CORA STANIFORTH MRS. MARY AGNES STONE A- W. WE'-L5 Gl-ENN WlL5ON History Biology, Foods Mathematics Music, Typing fav.. '54 W. C. WOOTEN MISS RUTH YOUNG Safety Education, Athletics Librarian Y5 Q Lf i 'ZZ fx--2 OFFICE HELPERS Brenda Schmitz Patsy Turner, Jeanie Reeves, Q? .A sl. Sharon Thomas Marlene Etter Linda Brune Larry Brown Bill Drozd Bill Aston, Prissy Pridcly Linda Bohls Retha Sanders Donna Binford Ada Morgan Lary Kuehn Robert Reeves E3- 1 E f ' SENIORS ,-1-4' A...- Y 4' -. r tl . ,...-. -"" '55 - ' ?-ii'-5 35-.Li 5- 2112 C. X .fw- 5 .f. f 64' SENIORS SYLVIA ALLBRITTON A girl to be admiredwshe has looks, poise, charm, and a gift in leadership. BILL ASTON With a running jump he could easily hitch his wagon to a star. LANORA ASTON Our candidate for the typical, whole- some, happy American girl. INALU BARNES "Above all, I love a good time." NETTIE BEELER A subdued manner plus a gentle heart match Nettie perfectly. DOROTHY BISHOP A quiet and faithful worker. J. F. BISHOP Come what may, he always has a smile. SANDRA BE SAW She does her bit to make the world a better place. v-9 , as .b 3 I Z N 1 -14 'C' 'fi IN I lv' 'x AQ fix ik'- -'er ,rs -.55 'MY AY 'Q -'rf Q- SENIORS BOBBY BRANNAN Beware of your behavior when Bobby is about for his camera is no respecter of persons PATTY BROWN Smooth affable a maker of friends LINDA BRUNE She has a finger In every pie and a witty comment for almost any srtua tion DEARL BRYANT A football manager to top all man agers DOYNE BRYANT He hasn't been here long and yet he is accepted by everyone. JANIE BURKHART Her pleasantness stands out every- where she may be. EYVONNE CALVERT Eyvonne's quiet manner and nice smile are her best assets. CYNTHIA CARROLL When something is brewing, Cynthia is there. SENIORS LOU NELL COLWELL A tall brownette who is at home on a basketball court as much as she is in the circle of her many friends. JANELLE CONYERS With Janelle as my nurse it will be a pleasure to be ill. BILLY CUNNINGHAM He has a bright mind with excellent grades for proof. TERESA DODD Live fast, die young, have a good-Iook- ing corpse. GRADY DOZIER When there is mischief he is always around. When there is work he can never be found. PATSY DUNNAVENT No matter what has been said, we know that temper does not always be- long with a red head. MELVIN EDINGTON None but himself can be his parallel. JIM ENDERBY Every inch land plenty of them tool, he is a regular fellow. 'V VUL if F! .3 'Q f f L , , 1 IH ' ui I 'r ". 11' T-'v' j I 'D f T A A . X' CEE Ctsffff W .:' ig? 'S . aff tt tfxiff s , 98 t.b XT! I SENIORS TOM ERVVIN To play ball opposite Tom, they find it rather rough. You know that he is certainly tough enough. MARLENE ETTER Boys? The bane of my life! GLENNA EUSTACE Beneath her shy appearance lies a friendly heart. MONTE GAYLE FAUBION The mildest manner and the gentlest heart. DON FORESTER When you have good looks, you don't need brains. GWEN FRISKE A very active member in the FHA. PAT GADDIS Her sweet personality and her musical ability have made her a valuable band member. DON GARRETT "I like my car, I like my car a lot." SENIORS JUDY GILBREATH Because of ambition and toil, she'll always be on top. SONNY GILMORE Rules were meant to be broken. MARTHA GREER She never seems defected and never wears a frown. JEAN GRONOW "Her voice was ever soft, gentle, and low-an excellent thing for a woman." SUE HARDY An all-around girl who radiates joy. Her only weakness is boys. PEGGIE HARP To copy her, you would have to be very quiet. N ANNE HARVEY If anyone can talk, she certainly can. BOB HATCHER He is an experience a substitute teach- er will never forget. G il 'TTS ff ft' . Q 19' s f Av- ff f SENIORS BARBARA HEAD When things need doing you can de- pend on her to get them done. ANNETTA HENRY X There is no doubt about it. She seems to bubble with laughter. LINDA HILBURN ' Linda's aim: To sit back, eat crackers, and giggle. BILL HOCKER Quietness lends charm and dignity to his popularity. KENNETH HOEDEBECK We believe he will be an asset to the agricultural world. SHIRLEY HOEDEBECK She's always laughing and never seems mad. 1, fin ff t 0 JoAN HOGAN fx flfl'She talks very little, when's she's at 'A school. if But that's no sign it's the general rule. W 5 TOM HOGAN "l'm not lazy, l'm just saving my energy." X! SENIORS DARWIN HOLT , We can't deny that he seems to have a way with the feminine heart. MIKE HOOD "You can never tell what I'll do next." DUTCHIE HORN "Eat, drink, and be merry for tomor- row you may die." DALE WAYNE HOWARD "To get out of school-that's my de- sire." MIKE HUGHES Mike is a careful student-careful not to overwork, that is. HELEN HUNT She is quiet and shy without much to say. But she is always alert come what may. BOBBY HURLEY He has "basket-ballitus" worse than anyone we know. RUTH INSEL Her fine qualities have won her the honor of being a Bluebonnet Girl. -1:,.g-- ag, , QQJQ' k,,Q.h.V., -. . .. .Ilw 34 1. ' Y! ff" , 34- . 'V 27 . . A L ' A, Q . af. .M , we T ,,. ,I 'gi ,A 'L f ,V ,a A? I ' M, A'f 'Q T fl r' . - xx ,1 53 . .,.gz . ff , 1" ', .ff , . .."--,+ ,W ,-1,. n if -w N' 4' .4112 n ,,f f .Tggfiw 4 . 1 , , ' :A 'fx ,g , ' MQ. fi vw. L, ' ,Q as ' 4 Q- 134 ffl? Qifg.. '1 . .- 1 4' 'ft fall 1 2 S- ef ' ff-ef - 4 :gli ' .Q -, 5 fa ' - E I' I ' f " 1' 5 ff f' . :H 1' H gg 5 Q ,, 3 if ' M 2. ,gn xi," , K , i .4 S C 2" ., , V f wwf -1, f -ggi, ,f ,. m .- 'g :--,tg ,51 4 N :ht . Q. H E 'ff ff, 'gf Wa, Q- .1 1, Q 1 ' A Sf Lf , 1 - . A 1-'fx . tg V. . an-92? n - Aw' 4 V 45325 1 A 1 ir? K 3 'A vw , bn X f - I! W fy: Dvds, I , 4 f. f 'fl W - , f 'L' M3 .. 1' " tiff' H LA x - 5 ' -4 'fb u , .Q - , Vjxl- l,.,,.. "-1 qi: H , ,- v Y N .1 'vv'ss1.1.,,n-feng -'S is . , M, ,,.,z,1'Jf'-'ff'-1'.,f-V11 3.3 in 14 wfem ,ruling .wfmygq N - Jw-an-fx ur' iw wif: Q, Q if ,VY -4514 , my H- 744 4 . ,. g , xg! ,K 5' HQ-S is I, -N rv ' -5 4 'N l -'ik 17 ,ran 'I' xv. 5 . X 1 I , . 8, A. 5 .rj 3- i is K 2 ff Y WR' ,ad iff X ll SENIORS YVONNE LOERWALD l-ler favorite pastimes are swimming and playing tennis. PAUL LOKEY This fellow never has much to say, but smart fellows always talk that way. JOHN LUCAS They kid him lots, but that's just fine. For "Pigmy" is always the "easy to get along with" kind. RONALD LYLE "I will stay no longer and resist the struggle." JERRY MCADEN "You don't have to be loud to be liked." JAMES MCCRORY His nickname is "Soupy," We know not from where it came. But that's what he goes by Just the same. BOB MCDANIEL He never seems to worry, lust takes things as they come. But when he sees a girl, you ought to see him run. PAMELA MCENTIRE She's very little trouble, she'll hardly ever wiggle, But many a class has been disturbed by that incessant giggle. SENIORS JOE MCINTOSH To be around Joe is quite a treat Because his jokes are hard to beat. JIMMY MCKINNEY He has a dark complexion, coal black hair, and great big muscles that are so rare. JAMES McWAIN He must think a lot since he says so little. MIRIAM MALKUS You'll always recognize her by her alert mind. SHANNON MANISS She is oh so clever, she is folly and gay. lt's a pleasure to see her on the campus each day. CLYDE MAYFIELD He will go far-by car. DONALD MOBLEY The "Peanut Grinder" at our football games. TOM MOBLEY Sports are his first love. O" A 5 ai Gyn. b v f 'SJ 5 . 5 .3 u K , v, l 3 10' -0 ,ng 4 5 in 1' 4 J if 5 1 7 t 10 fi,'o:'I fortify. ' Olly, .Q , '1.l. "O 1. 4" Q 'Ui ll I fn 'V' l".i , A 1 'N X is .kit i Q ,,,,,.-.7 1 ,i 62515 .,., -q,.- . . rv. -J 'f . ' L, 'Luz ,I - ,qij .IJ ...xr ,,,g-'ff H, 'J ..' :l.i"'f'4v'."' ' 1 ' 1 " -7' 'Ka' - Y' 'A L. ,ftp . - 'H ' '-u',.. . 'D' -"- ' 4 .7 "Hr -.-'I ""4. 1. 11' 'u F SENIORS JOHN MOORE They are never alone who are accom- panied with noble thoughts. MARILYN MOORE High exalted giggler-seriousness never entered her mind. RAUDINE MOSER Along with her modest ways, she pos- sesses a gracious air. REITA LYNN MURRAY lf you'd look at her desk, you'd see little in it. She can't possibly be any bigger'n a minute. BILLY NEAL "l'm a very charming person when l feel like it." ARNOLD NEU You can always see him in the hall, towering high above everyone else. BUD NEU He leads our assemblies and boosts our school spirit with great style. JEAN NEWLAND Friendly with a sweet disposition, she sees no evil, speaks no evil, and hears no evil. SENIORS PAT NORRIS She is quiet and sweet with an eager- ness to help. JEANIE ODOM Lively, cute, and sparkling-that's Jeanie. LINDA OGLESBY Linda is bubbling over with life and has a smile for everyone. DALE PARKHILL "Happy am I, from care l'm free! Why aren't they all happy like me?" LOU PERRY "Like angels' visits-short and sweet." JOHNNY POFF The perfect boy, nobly planned. The student body he does command. KARLA POFF "Blessed are they who have the gift of making friends, for it is one of God's best gifts." BILLY POTTS For he's a jolly good fellow. s Q ""'9' f 4:-Bull' I 1 ' f t r i X IQ 'Y CI .4-ii fa, SENIORS BOBBY POWERS Don't let Bobby's quiet attitude make you think he misses any of the fun. BARBARA PROFFER She's oh so neat and has a smile that's sweet. GLENN PRUITT "Who me?-I wasn't doing anything!" PATSY PRYOR It's quality, not quantity, that counts. HARRY RAULS This band member is a friend to every- body and everybody's friend. JEANIE REEVES She's worth a mint to us as our Tri-Hi-Y treasurer. ROBERT REEVES Fond of mischief making. MARGARET RICHEY Courteous ca able and kind-a truer 1 P I friend is hard to find. . A-L -34 an ,. . X, in 'L , 4 Av" L- Q ,ki fi. E. 4- f ,. yf 4 wh ,fl ' W , A1 - '52 1' ' 15 -ia, + 4 Afiif V 1 W M 9 . 4? we 3 ti? I- Q . X My pf Vx if I I Q' 'Yi ix .ra I .I ix: I. ,Q y .R .' .I' fr, fe- I "' is .if NA -uv Q ...v Q? 1' 1 V I SENIORS RAY SPEARS Our black-headed Ray has finally de- cided to quit fishing and graduate. JIMMY SPENCER "I cannot love. I am too young." SHARON THOMAS Petite, pert, and pretty. BILL TIMBERLAKE Number one Dennis the Menace of G. H. S. DELORIS TRAMELL Her tongue is the law of kindness. MARSALEEN TUGGLE Cute and vivacious with her winning ways. GERALD UNDERWOOD A speech is great, but silence is greater. MARY ELLIS VAN DUKER Mary is always merry as you meet her in the hall. SENIORS BILLY WOOD One of his many attributes is his 'fine voice. PHYLLIS WOOD You can always find her working- She isn't the idle kind. And her drawings in the annual Are simply divine. WILLIAM WOODY You will know him by his cowboy boots. CAROL WOOLFOLK Small in stature, but big in brains. JERALDINE WRIGHT Kind words make many friends. BETTY WYLIE Pretty fo walk with, witty to talk with, and pleasant to think of. CECELIA WYRICK An artillery of words! IRMA YOUNG She does well in whatever she under- takes. n F Muscle men. 1 f K - Bustin' out all over with "V" school spirit. ff P Navi N' W Loading up for Mt. Pleasant. Just a fit, Program, anyone? A A Robbing the picnic basket, en? Canasta? We-e-e-I ah deeiare! HERMAN Has Sherman moved to Gainesville? Latin I class. Don't you want to borrow a comb? Slave driver I j '71 X KX X...- Z JUNIQRS .. 4 ff fy xx, ' 96 A l Y' . it Q .QQ , 3 59 yt ,1 JV '47 ga f- is A: 15 if. .fy-1l"'7q iv- 1 X M. JUNIORS Jean Allen Glenn Armstrong Jackie Bacon William Baldwin Bobby Bandy Rita Barnes ." 'Hg 'wr v Q---v 1 Q it I l ' ' lil X ,fir f "- I ' sw John Barnett Johnny Barnett Bettie Barnhart Joe Bayer Joyce Beasley Loyce Beasley .-Q 2 JUNIORS 'yt U 'x ' rf! - . Kenneth Beaver J '73 'i Kenneth Beeler ' " A' Mike Blflle C fffkfZfw!liif2!M fp: vb 6 fi Donna Binford A C Linda Bohls Ch' Clyde Bond f""' ' N , 1' 'Ui , , fv Joe Bowden , , Don Bryanf n 3 'C I Kennelh Carpenter G' "' XA A 1 '.. , ' - r 1 I Carol Cash Bill Cliff Manley Cloclfeller Air f , A . ,,., 4. l : ' - . K. 4 'V f . - -l ' flflif.-" lp E xr! .44 A 2.1-Si , fb- . .. -,gg ' ' ' ' A JUNIORS Maxine Cole Tommy Colwell Patricia Coulter Clifton Cowling George Cox Mildred Cravens fa' fi' r' ,,, 1 f- lf 1 5 ' .I If 1.41 1 ,V Mgr..-I. A 'Zim .5 75 .-,. in H3 -'df' ff' Pat Cummins Hazel Cunningham Jean Cunningham Betty Davis Dan Davis Barbara Day N? 17 l par i -ug Armittia Fleetwood Nancy Flowers Carolyn Fox Leslie Franklin Dennis Fuller Horace Gardiner JUNIORS Gloria Day Clark Dishman Bill Drozd Betty Ellis Barbara Evans James Evans -'v,v- 'V C ai A l JUNIORS Jackie Garrett Jimmy Garrett Carole Gibson on l l 4 Bonnie Gilbrealh Billie Marie Glenn A ' -...Q Shirley Glenn , M -'vs A 3 K A Y W , .Av l 'Frye 1 4 7"'Ig FJ fr L' X l I , 4 f Glenn Keen Harold Lark Mary Ann Lark Jerry Lemons June Leonard Bobby Liedrlce JUNI ORS Frances Holder Ronnie Horn Johnny Houghton Charles Jones Dannie Jones Norma Karnmerdiener 2 L H- "- cg FI 'Y 'Y 1 X I .4 I -'I -A Qs 3. F5 11' l 'Q JUNIORS Bob Lloyd Bill Locke Frances Loerwald Barbara Lovell Johnny Luster Mary Beth McAden Q9 ,'Q 1. . ' " q:?,Ivf': ' .., . ,qv 3' 'J r ll YQ? IQ :X '-. Sandy McDan1el Delano Mages Larry Marlon Jerry Maston Mary Matthews Billie Mercer -9 If 72' 5 I fl! , ur, Z, I , Harley Price Prissy Pruddy Juamfa Renter June Renter Sfeve Rlgler Ruby Robinson gux 'N -:JK fti A .n .J if f X is f F' Q' JUNIORS Bonnie Slrengtlw Bill Sulllvanf Mlke Swlndle Jerry Trauglwber Royce Trimble Gene Tupnnan I 'fn 'Q l iv. 1 -as I x 44 'Wil QV' fn. I9 " -1 LL,- 'U 5'-. , :Q lt. Palsy Turner Ray Turner ,i Sandy Wade f gf' Karla Wallace ' Jerene Ward Bob West C? Q x A lf l ff' ly Z vi 'V X Billy Williams Nancy Zunk Karen Simpson Melvin Turner Doris Wilson Linda Wilson Virginia Wilson JUNIORS Bobby West Mary Wheeler Aubrey Williams 3 1 .5 T , 0 4651 I. X Q f 4 v 3 X175 I A a lorette "HaiI1o our alma mater." Life of luxury. Let s all support The team m7 QJLJ ,F RNS rf- Tv ,, . X V "s- V if V 5, 415-- uiu l N " , , -I Lf nr 256' ex? 'hub - rwg-'M 'A . ff AL :-'QQ' '-' I W mg,-1' H 1 'Uv ,: , S' . H -Ax X f.-"ii, ag , . 1, 'ij 37' fy. 'W 'tr 'Lx Ng A ig!- '5 So Cl Y 1' Q . Q! , . 52 Y H P Q 5 5 , I Q G f EN .I a H SOPHCJM ORES 0 Y . U 1. X 7 1 1, f f 4-r'5'f""' -----T ..- - 4 A .5 ,Y fr Y' r j 55 ff 'Z Z 1 491 ' 5,-' 5' ,gi ., E,- -'f ,,... ,gif ,-.,,-f , ..d..,- N VX ,..,, v ,,4,,f- ,LN ,.,,- ,,.... , .M Ax --f 5 4 wr -a . x ,if 5 W, . uw' -l .. Q 1 Q' 1 ' ' f ta: -"?55'f , 't .-V-aff. ' 1 2' 4'-ve '. V, ' -,QF 3 , iw 5 -K' f if? Q' ' "ff 4 ,W , , . ,G A-'.'1 ni s u 1, .w SCPHOM ORES Melinda Baugh Helen Beattie Dennis Beaver Hazel Beeler Dorothy Beggs Jack Biggar Mickey Bond Marijo Borden Flora Mae Bowen Mike Boyles Beverly Bragg Roy Bragg Bob Brazile Lynda Brewer Darrell Brookslwier Larry Brown 'O , 1 QW 17 5 r"f X SOPHOM ORES K N. Slwaryn Brune Jimmy BryanT Lovefa Bryant Dale Burden Jimmy Bush Geneva Caddell Mabel Cason Dennie Clark Lee Roy Cloer Larry Cowen Royce Cowling Wilma Cravens SOPHOM ORES Kaye Dever Billy Dishrnan J. D. Dorsey Clyde Dotson Joyce Downing Antha Lee Dulock Luiuana Dutton Kenneth Edington Mary Jane Enderby Gloria Estes Ken Farmer Judy Fischer ra' JI 'J '13 . Q, - l Q X l x ,lc - 'S 'cr , Q , 1' l , A s 73 Richard French Jackie Gallagher .lerry Garreff .lay Gentry 3 1? X . .8354 ji , 'Q SOPHOM ORES Charles Gibson Dwayne Gibson Jerry Glenn Virginia Glenn Waymon Gray Pat Green Patsy Griffirh Dinah GunTer Mike Hari Melton Heffley Jere Helm Mary Jo Howard SOPHOMORES Gary Johnson Larry Johnson Nancy Keil Pat Kennedy Carroll Kincy C. L. King Jr. Richard Klement James Krahl Patsy Krahl Billie Lang Watt LaRue Mary Lee Lawson Pat Hurley Carmine Jackson Sandra Jeffreys Carroll Johns J' A AISXXA W9 3-. S if :N , Y? S N Y? "'Y 1 . I' , ff x a. ff I , -pa' 'faq lfj L X ,f Q A . A yi Q' Yi? 1' 'Y -Aa Kenny Leach Charlene Liedtke Alma Lou Locke Johnny Lynch SOPHOM ORES Gloria McCoy Helen McCoy Lafon McCoy Jimmy McEntire Bobby McGeehee Marlene McPherson Carroll Magers David Magnenat Lee Malkus Wayne Martin Jimmy Massey Ronald Meeks .g 5 ,Mg-, I5 . f. ufyfii, . ,fs 1-1 1 J W . , '.,z z, R. '-ta A ' f U Q ' f Q! V -F'-1 .wwf .Mmm FY, im' M, f Rf. I Q w I 1 Billy Joe Nichols Robert Nichols Kittie Norris Tommy Norris r. 'ii 'VY fi! c,J I 1-1 tx ,I F 1-1 ,l SOPHOMORES Jimmy Norwood Earl Nunn Charles Orsburn Putsie Pace James Parsons Stella Perkins Janice Perry Alfred Peterson Dickey Powell Sue Pruitt Bill Pulte Earlene Ralston TGIWYZ ii ,.f,f ,W A2 2 if 4.13 J., -1 W, - 5:"2Tw2 ' 343' Q11 fi Ai J my-,571-1' .A ., 1 om Taylor Carolyn Thomas Donald Thompson Jon Thompson SQPHOMORES Penny Thompson Pat Travelsfead James Trum Tommy Vestal Donald West Glenda Wham ,f vi L Anna Marie Wiesman Bobby Williams Joan Wilson Pheba Winters Joa nn Wolf Judy Ya rbro Alvie York Beverly Young X X 'fl' 1? .A M 2 ni, ' , A ,, , V, 4-'mlm f" ' :icy-7' V 'mf N1 - A " A 5 f Vv- V." V- ,4-gzyn.. Ty.: ,' Y -w,:fpl.,,:,f-:. . 4. O .X 1" 5111 ' 1, ' ' Put your Imle foot. X ,MVA fl The Globefroifers. Ni! Helen thinks i1's funny. T' Bobby Young I f Bobby Youngb!ood Jil. :- js, 0 ,, x" Aw, I dont belueve lf. .ia . we l' 'Ks Sadness and gladness Going to J assembly. lbf' Xllllll Biologists of the future. M 1' f X P wood Boy intruders! X N X fx f S ,, lb f f iff Sophomore welcome party Tr: Hr Y Halloween carnrval kung and queen Crm .11 I, ,f I N 2.4.7 FA VCJRITES 1: 2' fx-0' u ' f S 911 .H i I V o - at I q'. ' I 1 , f " '1 v W wi QE? If + , I rg' -i' fix? mfg? ' U neg' igi.-7,4 X -Z fx., 5' H is CAMPUS FAVORITE Cymlwa Carroll Wur- ,2- i 2-1 Ps ,vw E 1, ,qs iw "UV Xf?'s ,Q 4 45 ,wa- ,,Q,. 'At Q' yv- lx Q. 1 ..LA . A .hpfyi f VV ,,- , QQ s Qu., CAMPUS FAVORITE Bull I-locker SENIOR FAVORITE Jeanie Odom X if SENIOR FAVORITE Billy Bob Latham SENIOR FAVORITE Johnny Poff SENIOR FAVORITE Linda Oglesby JUVNHOR FAVORVTE Sandy Wade X 'Qu ,ax 'W -4 N af' xii'- JUNIOR FAVORITE James Evans SOPHOMORE FAVORITE Billy Joe Nichols SOPHOMORE FAVORITE Sandra Allen FAVORITE RUNNERS-UP Jo Pc Y a SENiOR RUNNERS-UP SOPHOMORE RUNNERS-UP Billy Moss, Dinan Gunter Marcie Toggle, Bob Hatcher 3 . l W' 'W ifiii W JUNIOR RUNNERS-UP Par Cummins, Donna Binford V. I. P. 's fi- STUDENT BODY PRESIDENT Johmmv Poff LEOPARD TALE EDITOR DA R AWARD GTRL Barbara Henley Jeanle Odom V. LP BAND SWEETHEART FOOTBALL QUEEN Donna Bmford Marsaleen Tuggle Shzrley Hoedebeck Charles Gnbson F.F.A. SWEETHEART F.H.A. SWEETHEART I,'f :By 2' ons 4 2 U O 0 o . '. f-N Ig. f 29,1 gh l 1 '? . ' Aw. 4 :wif l Wx kb' KX "" X I f , 5--f"'Qfi-iiifgg Q " '- fl 5? 19 Nm "dn SPORTS I- f -, MJ - Q' .1 2, ' Ii. v 5 .. ' I: . N QC E l l 0 5 QC :A ff ' h'l x 22.252, c -, 1 ' ' r 1' A. fi.. 16 " ' ff, : f' ii -'Q - - -A ' .PM - I A rr .1 U- ' I fi' If h Q iq ' - .' ! . 1, .4 ' , V. 5 I Q f ' Ny ,, ,Y 'Il ' ff K . A 2, ,-131' -' .' - f ' YEEEM: , 1 , f ,, sm 'I 1, .- 4 52 fy n A , 1, K K- I ,, . K ' . " 'L2' ' T, W-V, f 1 U -L' Jiyf ' '-0' H34 .7 'fv Qx ...-. 0 05 vu.: f I I , vu-1551" du '-iff-:I 7 ' - f. " J N- K .. .ilu :SQQQQ - w ' :V1.k:A5 1 -.4 . .. 1 I fi' QTL, ,, , J I COACHES W C Wooten Ken Bearden Sam Lomenuck Tum McPherson X TEAM 511 571 we--w 'xx City 'MSR yo 14 nf' 'K Irving North Sade Breckenridge Sherman Weatherford Sulphur Sprlngs M1 Pleasant Paris Greenville 4. McKinney Q, Garland 1 r' f r'll 7' I xx Ya H Af' 'Y -Q RICHARD DAVENPORT JAMES EVANS ussue FRANKLIN RONNIE HORN QB LT RT LT ll 1, . 1 . A , A Ja- as gg 1 Q , .1 fl X l O' ' ' I M' - A A f 1, . ji.. . I ' 3 . 11 gg 5' ', v , , I 5' ,Q A 2 . Q .3 VA!" U ,lf ' , , f f m V ' -3 if Q ' ' 7 fl NX J lr g I. I 7- 0 1 P J ,1 f I ' l nf ' 1 f Yr ' f ' f . ,lr eeee eeee A + ,- I ,,,,,,,, , ., G' I 4' if ' , ' -VYYV V W if 4' 1 4, , I """""""" ' , 'rffi W - "UL" " ' ,.. . X-N'A L? 1: 1 Yvnni i Y lb, if ' W Y Yiii i M .X 1 ,K . X X N 3 uk . " """' Y 'A x Q - S. aaae...aa. do Y':1 R Q , if YYYYYYY--vYYYYV l 0 X . A xg.. -' X s .M S 5 . X X l ' Q X. s N' is N , X0 rx A S A 4 ,. , wg -W, ,, Q' ' SSO 1 ' X4 , f A TEAM Tr Capian Tr Capta T, Capfa Q-' 4 Home Visitors Au, MIKE HUGHES KEN KADEN BILL LOCKE JIMMY McKINNEY I' 6 s N X X X l TOM ERWIN AII D sir ct B LL HOCKER D str ct DARWIN HOLT AII D str cf CLYDE BOND TEAM flu El l Q CLYDE MAYFIELD RONALD MEEKS TOM MOBLEY BILLY MOSS V JERRY MOTE if ,nf BILLY NEAL BILLY JOE NICHOLS ROBERT NICHOLS AII Dustnct ff fs 1 1' ALFRED PETERSON DICKIE POWELL Y-7 QB QB JAMES SCRIBNER BILL TIMBERLAKE DAVID MONTGOMERY JOHNNY POFF DEARL BRYANT Manager Manager Manager Lf g id Q I .Sq wqr, U P' I' la 91' V A S N s F I , - .jf W Vt 5 ,fi f, se , of- "wa f , .J , If ' .JW 'F . 9.154 'Wl'l yy M. 4 K ' l -cyrif' 'FEM' li: ' Qs '3 iv . .FN ' if ' sf Of'-' " , 7, a.'y:g,'9'! h 9 b . . V ,1','i7f?" 4-3. y 'gi' 1 - Hg 4-.- f , N , ,P ,, . V . , dky. i. I 1 , fn: ,lixs ' 3' 'N 'Q' dv, ,- -r 6 . K aaa, 4,x 140 ' ' 'fir Fe'-I-'Fl BJ UH- s "'-f'f??l 4?'?"51?5i." 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GALLAGHER GLENN GRAY ll 77 I A--J JERRY HARP CARROLL JOHNNY DAVID KINCY LYNCH MAGNENAT 'tl I , W A ,,,,,A.,, M I , EDDIE MORRIS f-f'-A-rf Aff 415 JIMMY JOHN LARRY IOM BOBBY NORWOOD RICHARDS SULLIVANT TAYLOR WEST 9.14 Q AUBREY BOBBY 5 A ..-, J, QN4-it Cf- WILLIAMS WILLIAMS X ? J W I IYX N, , 45 P ' - Q ,I f I I .fr I 1 'ily 1 I . bg 1' A SX, . L fl, ,LIL A-E f f I K , ,, 4 ' i . f A -Q 21 B' -I t A f 47 ,, iff 5. I ... N. 1 94 X ff V, N A, Lx. 2- BILLY BOB LATHAM B LL GRADY LESLIE SONNY Co Capfam TIMBERLAKE DOZIER FRANKLIN GILMORE BOB HURLEY G Co Capfam 11 xi' VT li 4 ln Greenvulle Sulphur Springs McKnnney Paras M1 Pleasant 'W J f "W: if 9 I Y ,V x OO There 60 56 43 52 58 54 63 80 rg, Here 56 45 48 47 43 31 40 41 3 gr' 4 B L HOCKER 47 Q 1 ttflx 11510 ii sos CLYDE STEVE BILLY Jos JOHNNY LANGLEY MAYFLELD Moons NICHOLS POFF F G F F G 1 gt y f IL G -- .L rx '-:5 sz. ' 9' -1 , , ,is "' 5 If 'Sq 11 ' x - - H F ' ' I 61-55 47-51 'I 5 5 Q 6 38 . 95941 Q x , fl I . ,J N 5 nf, ll ff. Q 'vt' 1 V 5 - 'iqgly-'B L 1 ' -. I fi . I '.'4 "Af I gh I 4 I A 4 'u WI f" Q V' 4 Y J i I RI 'f fl 4 . ei, 1 r I - .1 V, v 5 PM X vis O 1 I X ,-5 , vs rx. Z 1-AJ ',.,4' yy ' 1 0 WEEE!! 55 qfffg 2 , 5' , D B TEAM A 1 'QP 5 W RICHARD CHARLES DAVENPORT GIBSON Www JERRY ROBERT MOTE NICHOLS S i I f fl 0 , x . L N 10' If 'P Inland CARROLL KINCY DICKIE POWELL B LL LOCKE G Nm DONALD STACEY 'N WAYNE BILLY MARTIN MOSS 41' 3 2 BOB BOBBY WEST WEST JERRY HARP AUBREY WILLIAMS Manager Manager GOLF .Mrmf-5y,. WWWWWW Members of the golf team are Bobby Bandy Make Hart Gene Tupman Bully Cunningham Manley Clodfelter Bob Brazlle Rvchard French and James Evans Sponsors are Mr W C Wooten and Frank Stagner '1 lfl I 5 A W .1 IJ P , 1' 4 A N. u K JM" xi' LF S, :I ' ,l '- .1 'Wi ' f, 3 lg-lxx Aff 'fp -x.. 7, O P ' fr" A TENNIS ,, . W 1 X he L..........u.....ia ' a fo uv' Jeanne Odom Marsaleen Toggle Dorothy Kxnne Mass Anne Stanford Ann Kunne Yvonne Loerwald Lou Nell Colwell and Patsy Kueiher N Bob West Make Brffle Steve Moore Ed Strader Bobby Bandy and Denms Parker .8 h k Sl. ,xy 9 " .I . L 4 Q . r , . 4 . ' ,- ' . 63 K V .- -'d .A ' 'rj y '., k 3 ' gy I 4 - 1 X ,f . .,,,.,,,N. Av Q i ' V 4 4- ,,,, Q , ' .If ' 4 4 'I' , A 1 V V I j' X , 3 .Wg I K . ck N X ,r fl Q Q 'E - , 1 - 4 Q Kr P ,. f' ' T ' Lv-.. ' rxg,. it , 1 H r - - - 4 . r ,, f L: 1 Ag, ' . y - Y .. 4 xv 4' 1 V W X fy? T37 QP BAND A P ofa 1,06 69 41 J 0 s , Acnvmss ':-: , ' 'CQ'-"':' H -jf'.-':H1'- - As X ' A 4 Y 1: f 44, C. Q16 I --f ,vp ,,- - , . 4-fl ,, y A-'P s ' 3 K S - ' f: H 4 f il Q ff ' fl! M fl 1, 'li la if .:.-5 , fi STUDENT COUNCIL President Johnny Poff Vice President Bob Mc Daniel Secretary Kelly Cunningham Parliamen arian James Evans The Student Council is the official representative of each student in G I'-I S One of its aims is to improve the relationship between students and the administration In order to make money to send delegates to district state and Southern Association conventions the Council sells coffee and doughnuts at football games fruit cakes at Christmas pen and pencil sets and baked goods This year the site of the convention of the Southern states was Tulsa Oklahoma During the year the Council spon sored exchange assemblies boxes for the needy at Christ mas and Twirp Week followed by a Valentine dance Advisors are Mrs Amy Porter and Mr .lim Campbell Tulsa Delegation Bob Brazile, David Kile, Bob McDaniel, Bill Sulli- vant, Johnny Poff, Linda Brune, Brenda Schmitz, Linda Smith, Prissy Priddy, Melinda Baugh. NOT pictured, Karla Poff. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY lf 'Mft i -l ii - l'l'9l1 School 5lUClenTS who afe 0UTSTanCl'nQ 'VW Oftlcers are Presudent Davud Klle Vlce Presldent character scholarship Ieadershlp and servnce be Jeanne Odom Secretary Ada Morgan Treasurer long to the National Honor Society Activities In l-'nda Bollls and Repoflef P3l5Y KUellW9V cluded a dance for the March of Dimes and a plcnlc held rn May Mrs Cora Stanlforth rs spon sor of thus chapter of the club f ,J Q X nl : 1 1 I 1 ' , 4, 1 In L .X s A A I L5 .A Q X x"i Rl-Hl- . ,V -ET 9 W ,ig 2 , ' A ,My ik .WIA M 1 Mffzmn, ' W Q 5' V7 I . f Q 2 ,Q f Pi v f s 3,3 . U F' , 'L-J ' ' 5 in f - 1. xi .X v x-Sfqxg Hyr if ,. , fc A A , ,,' , fi ' fff.. f Q ,f Sl My AV" f 'Q " " 31S943'ff ' , , ffff 11 , , .T . A ' sf , K ,V . ' 7 4, 3 10 Q Q ev 1 m 4 1 i . t if P P ' ' N ' . N Q 1 4 ' t 1' v y Y q F959 1 1 1 M I . ' F I ' Y' y q Q Q 9 rg 9' Q H' v' "ww-:'f'e99 P y Q' I 0 Q Y W 1 1 K ' I B ' X 'aj x . 11.2 2 'A i I . ef. 1-'ii fi , Q ! M ,, ,fi V Q 25, , V f 1 Q , 5 -xf Q 'J ' - . - - 1 i 9 lx 9 Q1 A F 0 i 3 l I gl r 1 I .r R. a A' flow' Q Q ,ff Q '?' . . W G M at riitgr Z ,iff f Ab 67' 4 ,Q r v N M z C ith NN 'I' 6 1 :- M34 jN4'Yv4'fs", 563: KJ V 'A Y I 1 w- "' f A w 1 A I PI KJ ,. f f, A ,Q yi "E ef J llfw ' ' I 5 'wf'9l4 'I Chrlstla rf' BIG Y Presndent Bully Bob Latham Vuce Presxdent Bud Neu Secretary Treasurer Bobby Langley CHRISTIAN CREATORS President Bull Sulltvant Vuce Presldent Bull Locke Secretary Treag urer Ronny Horn Chaplatn Harold Lark NEWSOME DAUGI-IERTY Presudent BIIIy Joe Ntchols Vrce Prestdent BII Moss Secretary Treasurer Waymon Gray f CHI-Y EXECUTIVE OFFICERS Presudent Bob Hatcher Vnce Presndent Jnmmy Hatcher Secretary James McCrory Treasurer Ken Kaden Chaplann Grady Dozler The HIY dlvtded Into three separate clubs Bug Y Chrnstlan Creators and Newsome Daugh erty IS an organization for young men to stlmu late Interest In Chrlstnan Ideals Mtmsters and business men have brought programs to the local club During the month of December the local clubs partlcnpated nn the tenth annual Youth gram was ongnnated to help gnve a better under standlng of the worklngs of state government In March the clubs took part In the dnstruct con ference In Dallas Throughout the year they have helped wtth various cuvlc charity drnves On the lnghter snde varuous soctals and dances have been enloyed Sponsors are Mr Dale Dennns Mr Tum McPherson and Mr Glen Wilson .- - . . . I 1 I ' ' I ' l ' - . - - - I and Government program in Austin. This pro- , Y 5 s Q A ' 1 4 Q 1 Val ,.-TQ!! Q A. , A 3' ' 'W wi' ri! P , 'Q, - s 3 f 9-1 us gl 2003, gr Q I H 4 Y , if? 1 :V 4. gg ' Q 43 ' : Q58 .Ll 7 v Q. 0,4 " 1.1 Y ' 5 , A, IQ S.. , ', Q l 48 ' N -.WYL I i ll-, x ff L, 55? 4 ms 3 'v .W in 1 ' r I ,WA- JS X x 1 I . X If . 1 , . . , . 8. Q Y' . 1 Q 1 y " 'Q.. 4 Q 'f:!.Q MQ, . ' I 1 J . 5 BAND ,sf-ll fi X, f 1 .uqy S nhl i F BAND ROSTER-Mr. Marcus Austin, Director Pat Cummins, Drum Major, Kathy Barnes, Mary Beth McAden, Donna Binford, Betty Wylie, Putsie Pace, Carole Gibson, Patricia Spears, Mary Wheeler, Patsy Keuther, Janet Kay Davis, Ricky Rigler, Lee Kapps, Norris Chapman, Tommy Vestal, Gene Tupman, Royce Morris, Jon Thompson, Sandra Kay Henry, Janette Watson, Sandy LaHue, Janie Lemon, Gingey Gulnn, Eldon Lynch, Skippy Truitt, Nancy Watson, Abner Welch, Mike Murphy, Mary Jo Howard, Helen McCoy, Glen Moore, Don Bryant, Larry Johnson, Jack Bigger, Darrell Brookshire, Jere C. Helm, Tommy Lee Falkner, Jerry Lemons Fred Mitchell, Dale Burden, Woody Wil- liams, Ernest Perkins, Lee Westbrook, Anthony Dresser, Alma Grace Reuther, Mike Rigler, Mike Hart, Bobby Wilson, Ray Robison, Jackie Gallagher, Patsy Goodnight, Jan Bandy, Ann Hardy, Barbara Evans, Bobby Bandy, Judi M ller, Jerry Bob Payne, Gloria Day, Melvyn Copeland, Bill Simms, Larry Sullivant, Fred King, Jay Cash Harry Scott Gordon Goss, Harry Rauls, Jimmy Spencer, Roy Bragg, Milton Chapman, Jack Garner, Sharon Baulch, Steve Rigler, Jean Cunningham, Sandra Hazel, Jack Henley, Jackie Pace, Charles Parker, Jimmy Kennedy, Charley Scott, Joe Perryman, Charles Jones, Harold Lark. I 5,0 W5 we 49 Donna Bmtord Gene Tupman Harry Rauls Duck Rogan Betty Lou WyI1e fi, 'Pu 1 Betty Lou Wylue, Mary Beth McAden, Donna Bmford, Mary Wheeler, Patsy Kuether, Patrmcxa Spears, Carol Gibson, Putsne Pace, Janet Davns ll.: - .- 'XX 5 Niki ' 1 -S, ,. Q X. 1' if fp ' bf .Q Q 4 , , X ' , ' ' ,. , 1 1 X A , is 54 '-fx Xxx A X 'X XX . A MN Q , '- JNL CHORAL CLUB Wt' ts ?Q'?ws1-of X .nf GlRLS SEPTET Glenda Wham Mar am Malkus Joan W lson Brenda Schmltz Kaye Dever Margaret Mltchell and Pheba W nters Accomp anlst Mary Jane Enderby D re tor Mr Glenn Wvlson The Choral Club under the durectlon of Mr Glenn Wrlson attended the annual Musmc Festlval IH Durant Oklahoma on November 12 and 13 Durung the school year they presented several specual assemblues and wnth the band and speech department gave a Chrnstmas program In February the group presented an operetta Down In e Valley Accompanlsts are Mary Jane Enderby and Rex Wagoner rkfs 409 4 05,4 4 I In 1 l, 1 N I 'jf V ,jf " 10 t X .Y V x, Y. Pr ,'. ' K, 1 . f l ' c ' G '..- - , 3' we ., b 2 I 3, 1 . ' ' 'ax' o ' ' ' 9 v . 0 9 . . 11- 1 - - -Us Q -A W 5 - V - a ' ' 9 A .1 Q 1 O ' ' - I Q , JA - - A Q N Q ' 5 ' 41 Ab... 4, . X W 1 1 1 1 1 Q A A , I 1, - th , ,, . N , .lx Q S N. N I I l I . . W . X , C H . Members of the F H A each year donate stamped Christmas cards whnch are sent to the State Hosputal ln Wuchuta Falls The gurls also brlng at this tnme canned goods and staples for a needy farnuly The club has several socnals durung the year nnclud :ng a wlener roast with the F F A The State Faur trap as an annual event lain 5- f' 'P Wool FHA Oftlcers are Presldent Annetta Henry Vnce Presndent Lou Perry Secretary Patsy Dunnavent Treasurer Lou Nell Colwell Reporter Mary Alnce Potts Social Charrrnan Patsy Pryor Sponsors are Mnss Wanda Brown and Mrs Mary Agnes Stone not puctured I O I s. , ,-1 ...I 5. H ,1- ' -11' ' - i . .ll -1 i f lea , ..., ,.? ,Li -' ' I I 1 1 1 -? - . r 1 1 I I ., , . . , . Q- X l. t JERRY McDA This dairy products iudging team composed or Arnold Neu, Tommy Colwell, and Paul Witt, won second place in state iudging contest at Texas A. and M, in 1956. FFA T e local FFA chapter is featuring leadership training in l957 The American Farmer is the highest recognition to be achieved in National FFA organization The national quota is one American Farmer for one thousand members The award is based on a supervised practice program and leadership activities participated in by each boy Jerry McDaniel and Leighton Smith were Gainesville winners of this honor at the National Convention in Kansas City in l956 NIEL LEIGHTON SMlTH F... Tommy Colwell, Eugene Meyer William Woody Charles Gibson, and George Cox compose a grass lodging team in the Upper Elm Red River District William Woody was the highest individual winner in the entire con test, The group also participated in the Dallas Fair Jerry Traughber Davrd Schnlederlan Ruchard Klemenf Watt LaRue Dwayne Grbson Kung Earl Nunn Charles Gibson and Jrmmy Bush mane up Yhls Greenhancl Chapter Con ducfrng Team They won 41h place In The Drs Tract D Rlchard Klement Davld Schnlederlan Clyde Dofson and Earl Nunn make up thus Greenhand Qulz Team They Traln rn parlramenfary ro cedure and F F A Organrzatron Ruchard Neu Wnlluam Woody Brlly Wood and Tommy Colwell make up thus Farm Radno Broad ' castrng Team They won lst place In The Dus- Trrcl and 41h ln the Area THE LEOPARD X. N551- 7 BUSINESS STAFF Miss Martha Liddell Sandy McDaniel Carolyn ox The editorial division of the Leopard staff under the supervision of Mrs Caroline Cunningham prepares all of the annual copy for shipment to the publisher Miss Martha Liddell s business division of the staff is kept busy preparing ads and making sure that the books balance Staff members must spend much time working outside of school as well as during the class period The group attended the Texas High School Press Association meet ing in Denton in order that they might attain new and better ideas to use in preparing the annual ARTlSTS Phyllis Wood Bill Hocker Bobby Hurley I EDITORIAL STAFF PHOTOGRAPHERS Sophomore Editor, Nancy Keill Editor-inChief Linda Oglesby- Lary Kuehn, David Kale Bobby Brannan Bobby West Junior Editor Hazel Cunningham- Senior Editor Sylvia All- britton t I-lnnual Football. Banriu OOS SIS OHOI 93111, OGC GS am V1 9 ly C OOS are l f ' 'Y V n I I el x I Beverly Young Marlio Borden, Belly Runyon me Hart Bull l-locker Gerald Underwood and Alfred Nurses Present 'vlarlelv lXlUIl1lJ'CYS Eomllnq Drive :-.,w,.,-,,. L4 'l B' lZJ:. v wwd '4 'uw u rr' 'vo' .W Tn l Vw . 1 "r Tam' FH' T'-V r f f' f Ljil. j , , ll rf P1 xl lg ll f 1 F1 -- L- lf rf .- 2- 11 L rlzdvw X' re v w r - xx' -, 11- , . ..1fZ,- 1 XIV.. ,- r 'fxwf' rar. !:-ll 1'1" -M, xv rw 1 rf 1'-' 'w'H1'lf-r1'l1'1f - :mf-V pg,,:..'- lv- 1':'r':-'rv' 531111-" l1Z.:'2 . N ,f f4"iK':1'e2 l.f.r-' !'..E -W . , fl! C .. r. Inu X Fil-phun-nn 14 r.i', fl: v rnzww for rha drivr and Im' ln pw: vlpnle alt is Kcl1rmlL'li7i1T!T' n DRAMATICS CLUB 7 The Dramatics Club hopes to get more students interested in learning about the drama X., Under the supervision of Miss Rudd the club plans to do a one act play for the student body Officers are President Mary Mitchell Vice President Nancy Flowers Secretary and Treasurer Bettie Barnhart Program Chairman Clarise Roberg and Sergeant at Arms Jackie EP SQUAD The Pep Squad helped to increase school spirit and promote a feeling of unity between school and football team. Uniforms were red skirts and white sweaters and members earned the letter "G" for their work. Next year the Pep Squad hopes to add new members and work out card and marching drills. Sponsor is Miss Anne Stanford. ' A JAZZ CLUB he Th Jazz Club organuzed by Gene Tupman and sponsored by Mr Austun stresses t e enloyment and umprovement of the modern trend of musuc Members are Gene Tupman Pat Cummins Mackey Mitchell Harold Lark Harry Rauls The Car Club trles to create safe drnvung habuts and hopes un the future to get a drag strap d t Fred Kung Secretary for Gannesvulle Bobby Bandy as presudent Dennue Clark vnce pres: en Waymon Gray treasurer Mr Powledge sponsor CHESS CLUB 'Z t l 1, J . The Chess Club struves to develop skull un playung the game Otfucers are Presudent Bob Brazule Vuce Presudent Steve Moore Secretary Jay Gentry and Reporter Ronny Meeks Mr A W Wells us sponsor SPANISH CLUB CW ukuqg 'mf-. wge- lkikwg Ts' ,4 The Gaunesvulle Hugh School Spanush Club us a member of the Pan Amerucan Student Forum of Texas whuch has for uts purpose the fosterung of truendly relatuons between the Unuted States and Spanush Amer can countr es through better understandung of language customs and hustory Offucers of Spanush I are Jummy Norwood Presudent Pat Oosterveen Vuce Presudent Mary Ann Lark Secretary Treasurer and Suzanne Wade Reporter Spanush ll off cers are Jurnmy Spencer Presudent Duck Rogan Vuce Presudent and Dorothy Kunne Secretary Treasurer The sponsor us Mss Vonculle Luddell CLUB 1 The G Club members are those boys who have contrlbuted thetr part tn maktng thus year an outstandung one mn the way of sports In G H S OTTICSFS are Presldent Bob Hatcher and Vtce Presldent Jimmy McKinney The sponsor ns W C Wooten W-.fiiifa-M G SPORTS CLUB 1 L The purpose of the Glrls Sports Club IS to learn more about sports and at the same tlme to develop better sportsmanshnp In the sprung the club attended Play Day at T S C W an Denton Thus program helped acqualnt the gurls wuth the many courses offered at the college A week end at Lake Dallas to be spent an cabuns owned by TSCW was also planned for the last of May Offncers are Presndent Carol Cash Vuce President Helen Mc Coy Secretary Jean Allen Treasurer Shlrley Glenn and Reporter Barbara Day The spon sor as Mnss Anne Stanford 1 11 11 - - - - - . . . 2 , , . . . , l L , MSI' . .. , ,M f A Q , 'O ' fi 4' " - CJ x I' 'H . ,,. - an I ' . 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' f X , , . . - - 11 11 A - 5 1 F 1 ' I 1 2 1 I 1 - ' YY JUNIORS Llnda Hnlburn and Muke Swan e CHEERLEADERS SENIORS Cynthia Carroll and Bud Neu SOPHOMORES Clarnce Roberg and Jurnmy Ramsey QS MANAGER Grady Dozner 4 , SPONSOR Mass Anne Stanford FUTURE NURSES The purpose of thls club as to present a way to nnterest students un personal and communuty health to help and encourage thern In tnndnng out what medtcal professtons require and what they offer and to help students decade on thenr careers Among the actlvltles were a dinner given by the Cooke County Meducal Auxtluary held trups a conventnon at San Antonto fulms and talks by graduate nurses Red Cross T B and volunteer nursung servtce Spon sors are the Cooke County Medncal Auxulnary School Rugler Oftlcers are President Pamela McEnture Vice Presldent Janelle Conyers Secretary Treasurer Cecelta Wyrnck and Reporter Patsy Turner Sponsors are Mrs Ruth Schlaudroff and Mrs Leah Rugler sponsors are Mrs. Ruth Schlaudroff and Mrs. Leah if f' f V l . -P fV , . fl q3'f'3EU I I - L 1 Q. 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