Gainesville High School - Leopard Yearbook (Gainesville, TX)
- Class of 1966
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THE :ees LEQPARD
Gainesville High School
Dear Student Body,
The 1966 Leopard staff has designed this annual to
help you recall memories of a different kind of year. It
was unique because G.H.S. was possessed of a new spirit-
the spirit of '66.
The greatest spirit was participation. It bloomed during
football season and glowed throughout the year. Because
everyone got into the swing, the spirits of knowledge,
achievement, contribution and belonging yielded the spirit
We, the Leopard Staff, hope your annual will mean more
to you as the years go by. May you always remember "The
Spirit of '66."
SENIOR EDITORS ,
Ronny Me r c e r
ROBERT W. BROWN
ROBERT L. CLAXTON B O a Y d
DON HOWETH HARVEY WOOLFOLK DR. ROBERT L. MCLEROY
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Mr. Wilburn O. Echols
Mr. Wilburn O. Echols graduated
from Greenville High School and
attended Paris Junior College for one
and a half years. He Went to Southern
Methodist University for seven semes-
ters and earned a Bachelor of Science
in Business Administration. In 1946
and 1947 he gained a Masters Degree
in administrative education at East
Texas State University. Mr. Echols
attended North Texas State University
and earned fifteen hours toward his
terminal degree. In 1940 and 1943 he
was principal and head coach at New-
castle High School. After serving inthe
Navy for three years, he took the post
of athletic director and coach at Green-
ville High School for four years. Mr.
Echols was made principal of Green-
ville Junior High in 1949. He then
served as Superintendent of Public
Schools in Olney, Texas from 1952
until 1959, and as Superintendent in
Grapevine in 1959. On July 1, 1961,
Mr. Echols came to Gainesville to
take the position of Superintendent of
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Mr. James V. Campbell
graduated from Cleburne High
School. After high school he at-
tended North Texas State Uni-
versity Where he earned two de-
grees in science, Bachelor of Sci-
ence and Master of Science. Mr.
Campbell served four years in
the Navy during World War II.
He became principal of Robert
E. Lee Elementary School in
1945, and came to Gainesville
High School Where he took the
post of assistant coach. While at
Gainesville High School he has
taught American history, World
history, economics, civics, biol-
ogy, and driver's education. In
1956 he took the position of as-
sistant principal and in 1960
became principal, a post which
he has held for the past sixyears.
Mr. Ray Die
Mr. Ray Die graduated from Silsbee
High School in 1939. He attended Stephen
F. Austin College from 1940 to 1942
Where he received his Bachelor of
Science degree in 1946 and his Master
of Science in 1948. He was principal
and coach at Tenaha High School in
1946 until 1948. He then served as
Superintendent of Schools at Tenaha
from 1948 till 1950. In 1953 Mr. Die
taught Distributive Education for
Gladewater Public Schools and also
occupied the position of Director of
Public Relations for Schools. Mr. Die
came to Gainesville in 1957 and took
the post of principal of Gainesville
Junior High School. In 1960 he became
assistant principal at Gainesville High
School and is presently serving in that
MRS LINA GRACE WILSON MRS, LILLIAN HAYES
E. P. SHELTON
MRS. SELMA MCCARTER
Secretary to Business Mgr.
MRS. BOBBIE SURRATT
Secretary to Superintendent
MRS. KATE PEARSON
English II, Drill Team
MISS MARTHA LIDDELL
French I, French II,
Annual, English I, Art
MRS. JUNE MCCAIN
MRS. MARY HARDY
MRS. MARGIE GREEN
BERTIE LEE GIBBS
MRS. JUANITA HARDY
MRS. JOY DIE
MRS. BETTY SULLIVANT
MRS. VELVA KOEBELEN
MRS. NAOMI AUSTIN
MRS, MILDRED WAGONER
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MISS RUTH YOUNG
EDDIE FRANK MORRIS
World History, Athletics
V. S. PAYNE
Athletics, Texas History
MRS. MARGARET ENDERBY
MRS, MARY AGNES STONE
World History, World
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Valed i ctori an
Valedictorian of the Class of '66 is Beth Schlaudroff. She has re-
mained a member of National Junior Honor Society and National Honor
Society throughout school and received a Ceramic Award each year.
Besides her scholastic achievements, Beth has been chosen Miss
F.T.A. and V.I.C. Sweetheart. She was secretary of her senior class
and played the lead in the senior play. Beth has also been in Select
Choir three years.
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SAND RA DAVIS
Sandy Davis is the salutatorian of the Class of '66, She also did
much to earn the Cl-IORAL AWARD. Sandy has been a member of the
G.I-l.S. Select Choir and the All-State and All-Region Choirs. She
played leading roles in three operettas. She has remained in NJHS
and NHS throughout high school and also received four Ceramic
Awards. Sandy was chosen for Who's Who and Soroptimist Girl-of-
Awards were given
to I7 students.
Art These awards are
based on six qualities:
STEVE ALSTON Scholarship
ARM CO Award
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SANDY NIN NENGER
FIRST ROW: Stephanie Blanton, Gerry Holden, Sandra Insel,
lAncilla Kneupper, Debbie Wardell. SECOND ROW: Marlene
Baker, Paula Shaw, Linda Trammel. THIRD ROW: Gary
Brammer, Buddy Echols, Dick Powell, Bob Mcberoy.
FIRST ROW: Mary Mathews, Jerry Cowling, Sandra Davis,
Gayle Arendt. SECOND ROW: Barbara Claxton, Paula Cunning-
ham, Melanie Smith. THIRD ROW: Vivian Nunley, ,T an Leonard,
Beth Schlaudroff, Patsy Melton.
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FIRST ROW: Patricia Levell, Arlene Arendt, Donna
Bomar, Russel Faulkner, Dianne Jeter, Pamela Kellar,
Pam Cantrell. SECOND ROW: Paula Hatcher, Debbie
Maniss, Rebecca Molsbee, Reba Collins, Linda Insel,
Carla Haines, Margaret Pybas. TI-ERD ROW: Jeanne
T Millican, Connie Morris, Belinda Reed, Stephen Burr,
T Diane Wiese, David Brown.
FIRS W: Diane Paclik, Melissa Lewis, Diana Goudy,
athy Barnes? Nancy Arendt, Vickie Wilson. SECOND ROW:
JoAnn Street, Linda Miller, Kitty Leonard, Sherron Gibbs,
Becky Phillips, Eugenia Lamb, Laurie Wilson. THIRD ROW:
Margaret Smith, Cynthia Harrison, Helen Marshall, Karen
Dever, Sam1'nie Proffer, Paula Meyer, Pat Putnuni, Harold
Levine. FOURTH ROW: James Braswell, Noah
Davenport, Kyle McCain, David Howeth.
Sponsor: Mrs. Ray Die, Vice-Presi-
dent: David Brown, President: Buff
Marlin, Reporter: Laurie Wilson,
Secretary -Treasurer: Pat Putnam,
Sponsor: Mrs. Berl Pearson.
FIRST ROW: Arlene Arendt, Donna
Bomar, David Brown, Stephen Burr,
Pam Cantrell, Reba Collins, Russell
Faulkner, Carla Haines. SECOND
ROW: Paula Hatcher, Linda Insel,
Dianne Jeter, Pam Kellar, Patricia
Levell, Debra Maniss, Jeannie Mil-
ligan, Rebecca Molsbee. THIRD ROW:
Connie Morris, Diane Wiese, Char-
lotte Warr, Belinda Reed.
FIRST ROW: Buff Marlin, Paula eyqklo
Ann Street, Cynthia Harrison, K athy Barnes!
Laurie Wilson, Pat Putnam, Helen Marshall,
SECOND ROW: Becky Phillips, Linda Miller,
Diana Goudy, Nancy Arendt, Sherron Gibbs,
Vickie Wilson, Diane Paclik, Sammie Proffer,
Margie Smith, Karen Dever. THIRD ROW:
John Noah, John Priest, David Howeth, Kyle
McCain, Harold Levine, Carroll Smith, Craig
Davenport, James Braswell.
ational Honor Society
Left to right: Louise Hassell, Barbara Claxton, Lorna Binford, Beth Schlaudroff, Toni Pawless,
Chuck luther, Gary Neal, Anne Platt, Harold Hunter, Gayle Arendt, David Moore, Nancy Smith,
Ronny Mercer, Gayle McKinzie, Jerry Cowling, I an Leonard, Tim Howe, Paula Cunningham,
Sandy Davis, Carol Pearson, Marilyn Melton, and Brenda Myers. Not pictured: Mary Mathews,
Melanie Smith, Gail Johnson and Frank Morris.
Left to right: Sharon Henderson,
Sandra Insel, Pat Freeman, Deb-
bie Wardell, Buddy Echols, Paula
Shaw, Bobby Dennis, Mollie
Brown, Dick Powell, Madeleine
Szteiter, Gary Brammer, Robbie
McCoy, Nancy Belsher, Ancilla
Kneupper, Linda Miller, .Tanet
Williams, Susan Moore, Gerry
Holden, and Marlene Baker.
Tim Howe, president: Toni Pawless, reporter
president: not pictured, Frank Morris, treasurer
Paula Cunningham, secretary: Buddy Echols, vice-
MR. BOBBY WILSON
Brenda Myers and David Tanner were chosen as the Spirit of
G,H,S, for 1966 for their dedication to the advancement of high 'W-5-T
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The G.H.S. Student Council is a representative organization made up of one
student from each homeroom, class officers, and permanent members.
This year's Council sponsored the Howdy Party, Homecoming, Beat McKinney
Bonfire, Western Day, The Leopard Follies, and April Fool's Day. Nine Citizens-
of-the-Month were elected.
Different committees this year were in charge of repainting Mr. G., giving
the basketball team a huge red towel, and sending useful gifts to Cooke County
boys in Viet Nam.
The '66 Student Council voted to dedicate its scrapbook to Mrs. Edna Henley
who has been a sponsor of the Council eight years. '
President , , . . . ,
Vice President , ,
Parliamentarian , . .
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. Buddy Echols
Kay Blanton, Barbara Clgt-yhchairman
Chuck Gandillon, Kfgthy-Barnes, Paula
Cunningham, Kathy McCollum, Gayle
McKinzie, .Tan Nichols, Mike Ballew,
Barbara Moore, Rickey Enderby.
Chris Simpson, Libby Mitchell, Barbara
Jacobs, Harold Bryant, Eugene Furhman,
Karen Westfall, Cheryl Lehnertz,
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RELIGIOU S A FFA IRS
Sam Ingle, Mary Mathews, Bobby
Dennis, Brenda Myers, Alex Blaine,
Lynne Wheeler, Chip C1axton,Vivian
Nunley, David Tanner,
Mike Scott, Bob Shelton
Connie Cotton, Joyce Mon-
try, Ruben Neal, John Sani-
Stanley Potts, Diane Clack, Le-
Ann McCoo1, Connie Mozingo,
Mitzie Young, Mike Clinken-
PU BLIC ITY
Ann Moore, ,Tames Hefley, JoAnn
Comer, Clinton Smith, Carla Van
Duker, Herman Manuel.
D.E. is a vocational
training program for
workers in retail,
wholesale, and service
selling occupations in
the field of distribution.
Mr, W,O, Echols, Mr. Russell Guffey,
and Mr. J,V, Campbell are shown
signing D,E, Week Proclamation.
STANDING: Mr. Brown, Carolyn
Fultz, Bettie Turner, KathyMcCol-
lum, Mark Collins, Gary Neal.
FIRST ROW: Sue Hott, Billie Links,
Jeanie Strong, Mary Ann Wiese,
Kathy McCollum, Karen Kirksey,
Linda Hazlerigs, Linda Haines, Dusty
Cullum, Bettie Turner, SECOND ROW:
Gary Martin, Tommy Williams,
Johnny Thompson, Mark Collins,
Ronald Orsburn, Herby Colwell,
James Myers, Joe Dillard, Ronnie
Bickers, Bobby Dennis, THIRD ROW:
Mr, Brown, Gary Neal, Eddie Malin-
owsky, Allan Westfall, Scotty Beck,
Tommy James, Barry Baker, Larry
Burgess, Steve Schmitz, Richard
Tubb, Rusty Beaver.
Gary Neal, president: Bettie Turner
vice-president: Kathy McCollum
secretary: Mr, Brown: Mark Collins
treasurer: Bobby Dennis, historian.
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FIRST ROW: Randy Sluder, Sparky Flint, Johnny Winters, David Moore, Joe Harrell, Buddy Echols, Bill Turner, Buff Marlin,
Mike Haliburton. SECOND ROW: Jimmy Don Campbell, John Priest, Bobby Dennis, Mike Rosenberg, Mike Luther, David
Howeth, Paul Enderby, Joe Dillard, Chuck Gandillion, Randy Turbeville. THIRD ROW: Craig Davenport, Kyle McCain,
Jimmy Stevens, Curt Williams, Scotty Beck, Frank Morris, Kenny McCain, Jim Farquhar, Charlie Henderson. FOURTH
ROW: Cole Sain, Mike Clinkenbeard, David Tanner, H,P. McCoy, Harold Hunter, Bill Adams, Carlos Leach, Jim Branyan,
Jim Richardson, Mike Stewart. FIFTH ROW: Ronny Mercer, Mike Ballew, Sam Ingle, George Ingle, Jerry Cowling, and Bobby
Jerry Cowling, secretary: Jimmy Stevens, president: Mike Rosenburg,
Junior director: Buddy Echols, treasurer: Bill Adams, parliamentarian:
Sam Ingle, sergeant -at -arms: David Tanner, vice-president.
X, ,IIWIQRV-The Key Club is a junior
I 'xxfservice organization. The club
is sponsored by the Kiwanis
Club. It is a part ofaninter-
national organization. The
club members are generally
thought of as the key boys of
the student body. The Key
Club participates in many
social and service activities
during the year.
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Mark Collins ..
Bobby Clack , . .
Mike Ramon, , ,
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. . sophomore representative
Marlene Baker ,..,
Deby Davenport .
Barbara Claxton . .
Vickie Tiller ,,,..
Brenda Myers .....
Jo Ann Comer ..
Paula Buck .....
Marilyn Melton ..
Mary Mathews .....
Anne Platt .......
Winnie Hooper . . .
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. .. vice-president
. . . . membership
. , sophomore representative
. . . . .. publicity
. . , scrapbook
. . . projects
. . . . chaplain
. . welfare
DELEGATES TO STATE LEGISLATURE
Cynthia Harrison, Vickie Tiller, and Mary Mathews
FRONT ROW: Ann Boys,
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Qarnesf Judy Cleary, Vickie
Heiey, Darlene Baulch.
SECOND ROW: Linda Miller,
lissa lteiisi THIRD ROW:
Linda Moore, Cynthia Har-
rison, Sharon Lau ghling ,T ana
Cagle, Donna Spires, and
FIRST ROW: Ian Leonard, Paula
Cunningham, Gayle McKinzie,
Barbara Claxton, Deby Daven-
port. SECOND ROW: Marsha
Henley, Judy Clayton, Winnie
Hooper, Linda Norwood, Nancy
Smith. T I-HRD ROW: Mary Math-
ews, Marilyn Melton, Brenda
Myers, ,Tan Nichols, Leslie
Joyce, FOURTH ROW: Barbara
Jacobs, Lorna Binford, Jo Ann
Comer, and Anne Platt,
FIRST ROW: Mimi Marler,
.Tanet Williams, Candy
Morrison, Beverly Magee,
Gerry Holden, Susan Moore,
SECOND ROW: Debby War-
dell, Sharon Henderson,
Bonnie Holley, Marlene
Baker, Cheryl McPherson,
I an Van Hoorebeke, Made-
leine Szteiter, Mollie
Brown, Nancy George,
Cheryl lehnertz, Brenda
Shew, FOURTH ROW: Laura
Shinpoch, Vickie Tiller,
Vickie Geisel, Robbie Mc-
Coy, ,Tudy Montry, Brenda
Felker, FIFTH ROW: Carolyn
Fulrz, Leigh Wilson, Judy
Neely, and Kathy White.
C ' Betty Harrison, Lieutenants Judy Clayton, Carol Pearson, Leigh Wilsoig, Kathy ,.'
CBames,QJoyce Montry, Barbara Cashion. FOURTH ROW: Kay Kirkpatrick, Diane5Pa'clTlf
Paula Buck, Pam Cantrell, Linda Woodruff, Linda Lucas. FIFTH ROW: Pam Murrell, Charlotte
Rigler, Jerre Dowden, Jenifer Smith, Rebecca Molsbee, Janet Merrell, Susan Touchstone,
.Tan Bland. SIXTH ROW: Brenda Trammell, Gerri Lorenz, Becky Phillips, Vickie Henley,
Melissa Lewis, Judy Montry,JudyClea1y,J'ay1eneMays, Gilda Green, Betty West, SEVENTH
ROW: Debbie Maniss, Pat Hunt, Bonnie Putman, Belinda Reed, Becky rshall, Helen
Marshall, Jeanie Pace, Benelle Dishman, Connie Morris, Jan Brown, Afgajefyegi Linda
Nancy Arendt and Sandy Davis.
Mrs. .T.W, Green and Mrs. Berl Pearson. MAN-
Lieutenanrs Leigh Wilson, Carol
Pearson, and ,TudyC1ay1:on:Cap-
tain Betty Harrison: Lieurenants
Barbara Cashion, Kathy Barnes,
and Joyce Montry,
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The student sponsor of the Drill Team was
has become a member ofthe Batman
"And this is my cousin Smiley," says Helen. 63
Gainesville High School Band
Linda Hudgins, Beverly Magee, David Tanner, Vivian Holbert, I an Ledford, and Bridget Armstrong, mascot.
FIRST ROW: Terry Johnson, Mark Hays, Steve Herbold, Carolyn Whetstone, Danny Blagg. SECOND ROW: Bob
McLeroy, Randy Birge, David Tanner, David Howeth. THIRD ROW: Chuck Nieman, Larry Davenport, Mike
Surratt, Mike Ballew.
Mike Allison, Philip Allison, Dana Armstrong, Mike Ballew,Robert Beck, Randy Birge, Danny Blagg, linda Boston, David Brown, Mike Brown, Mike Brune, Linda
Carter, Larry Davenport, ,Terri Dowden, Max Flowers, Becky Fox, Pat Freeman, Jerry Garland, Bobby Graham, Glenda Hammer, Guy Harrell, Mark Hays, Steve
Herbold, Vivian Holbert, David Howeth, Linda Hudgins, Laura Jones, Terrance Johnson, James King, Freddie Kish, Danny Knight, Van Knight, Mickey Larue,
.T an Ledford, Beverly Magee, Danny McCrory, Carolyn McGilva1y, Bob McI.eroy, Charles Nieman, Rodney Overholt, Dick Powell, Roy Purcell, Paul Raymond,
Nita Smith, Mike Surratt, David Tanner, Belinda Titch, David Vineyard, Morgan Ware, Carolyn Whetstone, Craig Williams, Vickie Wilson, and Shelly Young,
Leeann McCool, chaplain: Charlotte Rigler, parliamentarian: Vickie Garrett, reporter: Pat
Freeman, president: Donna Flowers, vice-president: Sharon Bauer, treasurer: Lou Cox,
The Future Nurses Club is an
organization to which young people
who Wish to enter the medicine
field may participate. Mrs. Mary
Hardy is the club's sponsor. Besides
working in the hospital during the
week, the Future Nurses engage in
many other activities. They tour
hospitals throughout the state. Some
of these places offer differentvoca-
tions to the girls. The club also
helps stuff TB envelopes and conduct
other special weeks during the year.
I thought you girls were future nurses, not future beauty shop
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FIRST ROW: Charlotte Rigler, ,T an Nichols, leeann McCool, Nancy Mayberry, Terry Pickle, .Taneth Worton, Thelma Bowles
SECOND ROW: Ginny Myers, Laura ,T 1- Vickie Garrett, Donna Flowers, Susan Luther, Carolyn McGilvary, Nancy Kellar
Martha Comer, Donna Beasley, ary Helen Farrell, Dora Savage, Jimmie Black. THIRD ROW: Jean Stobaugh
Lou Cox, ,Till Bragg, Sharon Bauer, I ane Meyers, Margaret Taylor, Betty Schneider, Susie Flynn, Pat Freeman, Niki Brock
Kay Hunter, Lillie Selder, Alice Lawson, Nita Smith, Cecilia Jackson,
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Connie Lewis ....
Diane Paclik ....
Wilma Meyers ..
Dana Scott ..... .
Mary Sue Wilson
Vivian I-Iolbert ....
Becky Phillips ....
Gayle Arendt ,.......
Paula Hatcher . . . . .
Dorothy Elliot ....
. third v. president
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. first v. president
sixth v. president
second v. president
. . . parliamentarian
. . fifth v. president
, fourth v, president
. sergeant-an arms
. . . . . . . historian
The motto of the FHA club is "Toward New
Horizons." This is carried out in their monthly
projects. For November they made Christmas
cards for state hospitals. In December the club
decorated coffee cans and filled them with
cookies for the local rest homes. In March the
whole club attended a meeting at TWU in Denton.
These are just a few of the successful projects
of the FHA club of '66.
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Glen Mclilreath, Terry Adkins, Ray Swearingin, Marlin Knight, Dean Kyle, Larry Gillihan, ,Terry Headricks, Ronny Ortowski,
Daryl Moody, James Dougherty, Mike Frost, Roy Bryant, Jimmy Ward, Carlton Evans, Larry Skeans, Danny Carney, Dale
Brown, Tim Sieger.
'They may not care, but I do and Iintend to be seenf'
"Let them ham it up all
they want, but I'm going to
drink mine before some-
thing happens to ir."
The LEOPARD TALE is the
school newspaper of Gainesville
High. The journalism class super-
vises and edits the TALE under the
direction of Mrs. Carolyn Duke.
These reporters record news and
feature items which are of interest
to the student body and faculty.
REPCRTERS: Connie Cotton, .To Ann
Comer, Robbie McCoy, .Tan Van
Hoorebeke, Kathy Brewer, Laura Shin -
pooh, Brenda Shew, and Mrs. Duke.
Beth Schlaudroff, parliamentarian: Donna Flowers, reporter:
Mike Stewart, treasurer: Linda Truitt, secretary: Leslie Joyce,
vice-president: Mike Ramon, president.
The Speech Club meets twice
each month. These meetings are
both educational and entertaining.
The Speech Club gives the student
poise and confidence in public
Winnie Hooper, secretary: Mark Collins, reporter: Ginny
Myers, treasurer: Libby Mitchell, president: Davey Brock,
vice -president: Lorna Binford, parliamentarian.
SIXTH PERIOD SPEECH
J o Ann Street, parliamentarians Carol Pearson,president:Jimmy
Simpson, reporter: Diane Paciik, secretary: Marsha Smith,
treasurer: Barbara Cashion, vice-president.
Mike Stewart and Jo Ann Comer won prizes in the
Voice of Democracy Contest sponsored by the V,F,W,
SEVENTH PERIOD SPEECH
Future Farmers Brrng Back
"Learning to do
Doing to learn
Earning to live
Living to serve' '
These are the aims and the goals
of the organization:
l. To develop competent, aggressive, rural, and
2. To create and nurture a love of country life.
3. To encourage members in the development of
individual farming programs and establishment in
4, To strengthen the confidence of farm boys
and young men in themselves and in their work.
5. To create more interest in the intelligent
choice of farming occupations.
6. To encourage members to improve the farm
home and its surroundings.
7. To participate in worthy undertakings for the
improvement of agriculturef
8. To develop character, train for useful citizen-
ship, and foster patriotism.
Danny Nichols and Johnny Lemons
9. To participate in cooperative effort,
10. To encourage and practice thrift,
11. To encourage improvement in scholarship.
12. To provide and encourage the development of
organized rural recreational activities.
GREENHAND GRASS ,TUDGING
Van Knight, Craig Williams, Larry Schumacher, and Roy Purcell.
LAND .TUDGING TEAM SENIOR GRASS ,TUDGING TEAM
Danny Dudenhoeffer, Kenny McCain, ,T oe Ingram, and David Guy Harrell. .Tim RiChElTdS0f1, KCUUY MCC21iH, Mid Joe Ingram
Honors for Year of I96 -66
Danny Blagg, .Terry Wilson, Larry Collings, I im Richardson, Danny Dudenhoeffer, D51-my Knight
Kenny McCain, ,T oe Ingram,
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GREENHAND OFFICERS DISTRICT CHAPLAIN
Danny Blagg, James Hayes, Stephen Harlow, Larry Schumacher, Van Knight, Roy ,Toe Ingram
Purcell, Craig Williams.
GREENHAND QUIZ TEAM FARM RADIO TEAM
Van Knight, Craig WilliamS, Laffy 5ChU1T12lChCr, .T 3lTl6S Hayes, Guy Harrell, Kenny McCain, Sam lngle, Johnny Lemons
Van Knight, Guy Harrell,
Danny Dudenhoeffer, Kenny
McCain, Gary Warden, Dan-
ny Knight, Roy Purcell.
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,G.l-1.5. Choir Sweepstakes Winners
Mollie Brown, Lana Evans, Toni Pawless, Linda Miller, Paula Shaw, Marlene Baker, Cheryl McPherson, ,T an Price, Beth
Schlaudroff, Carla Van Duker, Marsha Smith, Melanie Smith, Nancy Kellar, Marilyn Melton, Mary Mathews, Carol Pearson,
Bob Mclreroy, Bobby Dennis, David Howeth, Sandy Davis, Donna Spires, Beth Shea, Stephanie Blanton, Mike Clinkenbeard,
James Greer, John Winters, Dick Powell, David Swick, Herbie Colwell, Larry Gann, Steve Austin, Chip Claxton, Buddy
Echols, Kenny McCain,
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Brownies to quit chasing girls. Would you like me better if I was Beethoven's little sister?
GIRL' S SELECT CHOIR
th Barnes Dana Scott,
Gerry Holden, Paula Buck,
Jeanie Lamb, Gayle McKinzie
Paula Van Note, Dianne Clack
r Jan Leonard, Sammie Proffer,
JoAnn Street, Karen Dever,
Mitzie Young, Karen Hayes,
Y, herron Qibbs, Betty Harrison
Pam Kellar, Debra Maniss, Dianne Jeter,
Kay Hunter, Pam Cantrell, Ann Franks,
Jeannie Millican, Gail Robinson, Patricia
levell, Carla Haines, Donna Bomar, Paula
Hatcher, Charlotte Ware, Becky Marshall,
Helen Marshall, Lorna Binford,
Clara Johnson, Evelyn Flowers, Sharryon Chaffin, Barbara Moore, Martha Walker, Pat Rex, Candy Morrison, Mary Ann
Godwin, Rosie Ward, Judy Clayton, Laura Shinpoch, Nancy Mayberry, Gloria Hil1,Darlene Baulch, Connie Mozingo, Cheryl
Wood, Shirley King, Elaine Allbriton, Glenda Young, Sarah Smith, Connie Cotton, Jewel Rowland, Linda Miller, Ann Potts,
Vicki Henley, Betty West, Johnny Coppage, James Braswell, Jimmy Simpson, Johnny Fuller, Dale Burchfield, Alex
Cummings, Doug McConnell, Randy Birge, Kyle McCain, Glenn Idell, Richard Narramore, Jerry Cowling, Charles Baker,
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Gerri Lorenz, Linda Lucas, Vickie Kuhnly, Mary Bryant, Dianna Croucher, Arlene Arendt, Judy Montry,
Lynne Wheeler, Jan Nichols, Mary Farrell, Wanda Brackeen, Jean McGowan, Marilyn Thompson, Vickie
Adams, Barbara Cashion, Monica Hellinger, Belinda Titch, Terry Lehnertz, Jean Hobbs, Robin Morris,
Gayle Robeson, Mollie Moseley, Becky Fox.
It may not be much but it got her Casa Manana.
Charley Brown is trying to think up a good excuse for his sister
to skip kindergarten.
Yes, girls, we see you spotted the photographer
Now children, 1et's pay attention to the teacher.
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Laurie Wilson, Darlene Baulch, MitzieYoung, Diane Goudy, Dianne Clack and
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CUB CI-IEERLEX DERS
Amber Hudgins, Janet Cole, Robin Morris, Mollielvloseley, Lynn Wheeler, and
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So you want to be a ballet
SENIOR EDITORS dancer' huh? y
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Carolyn Fultz 83
The Annual Staff for the l966
"Leopard" was composed oftwo mem-
bers from each class. The senior edi-
tors are Paula Cunningham and Ronny
Mercer. Carolyn Fultz and Vickie
Tiller are the junior editors, Cynthia
Harrison and Craig Davenport serve
as sophomore editors, and Dianne Jeter
and Pat Levell are freshman editors.
The senior editors plan the yearbook
and organize it, While the entire staff
plans lay-outs and write-ups for each
page. The photographers this year are
Bill Gwyn, Gary Brammer, Bobby Den-
nis, and Bill Turner. The Annual Staff
this year was under the sponsorship
of Mr. Bobby I-Iurley.
Ooooohh ,,,,,, it's a chalk setlf
Jimmy Stevens, treasurer: Anne Platt, parliamentarian: Carol Pearson, vice-presi-
dentg Carla Van Duker, recording secretaryzwinnie HoopeI,corresponding secre-
tary: Beth Schlaudroff, president: David Tanner, reporter,
Ginny Myers, Mike Stewart, Anne Platt,
Robert Worthy, Carol Pearson, H, P,
McCoy, Carla Van Duker, David Moore,
Lorna Binford, Larry Gann, Winnie Hooper,
,Toe Harrell, Beth Schlaudroff, ,Timmy
Stevens, Nancy Smith, I im Branyan, and
.T an Nichols.
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JUNIOR AND SOPHOMORE MEMBERS
Mike Brune, David Tanner, Dale Hunter, Kitty Leonard,
Jimmy Glenn, Helen Marshall, Becky Phillips, Kyle McCain,
Jody Schully, Mary Sue Wilson, I im Mann, Jimmy Simpson,
Beth Shea, and Mike Haliburton,
HERMAN IND. SCHOOL DIST.
But those boys are too cute to be Bearcats!
Hang on Sloopy
Phew! Poor fish!
And they even had a parkmg
Talk about a close shave.
Any one of the 1965 Leopards could
easily be Mr, America.
But Mary, how are you gonna lead
yells with just one leg?
Doggonit Tim, clon't you think you
get a little carried away with your
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Some art students of G,H,S, showoff
one of their sculptures.
Look!! It's Slam Bang theatre!
88 Just relax and leave the driving to us.
Can't anyone find a little bit of privacy around here?
Fans and football queen at Lake Highlands
ou innocent little freshmen?
Each year a hovvdy party is held at the first
of school to Welcome the new students. An annual
signing party also takes place at this time. The
freshmen are required to take an oath that they
will be loyal to GHS.
"Uhm,,' says Mollie, "I wonder if he's writing something good
"I promise upon my honor not to date any upperclassmenf'
Do they go into the bonfire too?
l Do you get the feeling they don't like McKinney?
I knew Cheryl had alot
of fire in her, but this
ls this a before shot of the bonfire or a Hi-Y meeting?
A few old bonfire builders from way back
Students boosted anti-McKinney spirit with a
dance on the patio.
is escorted onto the field by Mike
Queen candidate Barbara Jacobs waves to the
Voters gather at the polls to select the 1965
Queen Betty is ecstatic as1astyear's
Queen, Margaret Moseley, cromms
The l965 Gainesville Homecoming was
tops! Three duchesses and a queen ruled
over the best football game of the year.
Exuberant duchesses were Mary Mathews,
Barbara Jacobs and Linda Truitt. Students
chose Betty Harrison as 1965 Homecoming
Queen. She was presented with the tra-
ditional red roses at half-time of the Mc-
K 2 Z Mary Mathews and her escort, Mike Stewart
I I y y walk onto the field.
The four candidates-Barbara Jacobs, Linda
Truitt, Betty Harrison, and Mary Mathews-
pose before the big election.
"The Farmer's Daughter"
The cast and crew of
"A Piece of Silver
G.H.S. has enjoyed
several slab parties this
year. The first was on the
day set aside for choosing
Homecoming Queen. Stu-
dents voted then danced on
the slab behind the building.
On April l, after amemor-
able chapel service in the
football field, there was
another patio party which
lasted two hours.
Are These fellows that devoted to physical fumes s'? j
You can tell they're good
guys, they all wear white
J Ro a red "
Soldiers of Grand Fenwick invade New York City.
Gloriana the Twelfth . . . ....... .... B eth Schlaudroff
Tully Bascom ........ ..... M ike Ranton
Count Mountjoy ..... . . . Jerry Cowling
David Benter ................ ........ B rad Spires
Professor Kokintz ,.............. . . . Mike Clinkenbeard
President of the United States ........ Cole Sain
Ann ................,......... ..,. M ary Mathews
Chet Beston . ,................ . . Jimmy Stevens
General Snippet ..................... ..... D avid Moore
Helen and"Norma,fthe Ladies in Waiting . . . ....., Joyce Montry
gf! and Peggy Schroedgf
Pam, Jane, Fran, and Mary, the tourists . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..... fL??ffTTJ6onard.
Barbara Moore, Jo Ann Comer, and Anne Platt
Will Ta'E1l1T1 ................,......... . ................ Frank Morris
Mrs. Bascom ..................................,..,.. Lorna Binford
Jill and Debby, the two WAC's ' ......... Carol Pearson and Barbara Cashion
Soldiers .............. Jim Sellick, Tim Howe, Bill Linn, and Rod Copeland
Page ....... ..................,...,...........,..,. J an Price
Announcer .... ..........,........,..,............... M ike Stewart
Students .........,. SteveA1ston, Mark Collins, Harold Hunter, and Ken Kniss Air raid! Air Raid!
Miss Wilkins ...............,........................ Nancy Smith
Housekeeper ............. .... M elanie Smith
Secretary, Miss Johnson ............. , . . Donna Flowers
Tom Mullins ......................... . . . Pete Murrell
Professor Kokintz, the two WAC's and
rhegg father, the General. The five American tourists appear on television
"The Mouse That Roaredn was
the 1966 Senior play. It is a highly
satirical play about Grand Fenwick,
a small country which declares War
on the United States. When Grand
Fenwick's soldiers invade New York
City, they capture the most power-
ful bomb ever - the Q-bomb. The
U.S. is faced with the problem of
getting it back.
A scene in the palace - Gloriana the Twelfth,
Tully Bascom, and the ladies -in -waiting.
Count Moumjoy, the page, Professor Kokintz, the soldiers, and the
Hello! Hello! Mrs. Reimer, what are you doing
on my line? This is the President!
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The 1966 Leopard Follies's theme
was "For Those Who Think Young."
The Choral, Band, and Drill Team
Depts. of High School performed along
with Choral Depts. of Junior High and
Sophomore Members of the Drill Team Per-
Freshman Members of the Drill Team.
HELLOOOOOO down therelllll C'1non, Brenda, just a little more. lt's right on the end of your nose,
This dance is called the "Pig" - better knovm
"No, he's mine!"
"He is not, hels mine!
"No, he isn't .......
The Student Council sponsored
this year's Valentine dance. The
Projects Committee planned it and
decorated the Community Center in
a theme of "Please Don't Eat The
Daisies." Picket fences linked the
walls with big yellow daisies grow-
ing behind them. The ceiling was
covered with yellow crepe paper.
Behind the refreshment table was a
huge daisy made from yellow
kleenex. The Deacons provided
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"Bye Bye Birdie"
"The Telephone Hour"
Rose Alvarez ..
Conrad Birdie .
Nancy . ..
Margie Ann . .
Susie . . .
Ursula Merkle ....
Kim Macafee . .
Mrs. Macafee .
Mr. Macafee ..
Sad Girl ......
Mae Peterson .
.. David Swick
. , . Mary Mathews
. .. Buddy Echols
. . Lorna Binford
Carla Van Duker
.. . Judy Montry
. . . Laura Shinpoch
. . . Chip Claxton
. . . .. Paula Buck
. . . Carol Pearson
. Helen Marshall
J an Price
. . . Dick Powell
. . . . David Scott
. . . Kathy Barnes
,T an Nichols
.. Marlene Baker
Reporters Alan King, Kyle McCain,
Dale Burchfield, Alex Cummings
Cheerleaders .............. Mitze Young, Lynda
Boston, Darlene Baulch, Wilma Meyer
Mayor ..,.. ..................... A John Winters
This year the G.l-I.S. Choral Depart-
ment presented the hit musical"BYE
BYE BIRDIE." lt is the story of a pop
singer leaving for the army. Before he
leaves, he travels to Sweet Apple, Ohio
to give a local fan one last kiss.
The hard Work of Mr. Wilson and
the Choral Department went toward mak-
ing "BYE BYE BIRDIEH one of the best
Mayor's Wife Berry Harrison
Hugo Peabody . . . .... David Howerh
Mrs. Merkle .... .... C ynthia Harrison
Old Woman .... . . . Dana Scott
Mr. Henkle .... ...... L arry Gann
Gloria Rasputin .. .. Barbara Cashion
T. V. Stage Manager .... ..... S reveAlsron
Charles F. Maude ................. Kenny McCain
Teenagers ..............,....... Cheryl McPherson,
J an Leonard, Marsha Smith, Gayle McKinzie, Jean
Hobbs, Melissa Lewis, Paula Shaw, Leslie Joyce,
Donna Spires, Sherron Gibbs, CandyMorrison, Karen
Deverf Belinda Tirch, Eugenia Lamb, Mollie Brown
Sweetheart Linda Hudgins is given a
gift from the band.
Mike Bailew receives a gift from Mrs,
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Honored guests are seated at the head table.
You needn't grab, Vivian, there is enough food for everyone.
Ilggw if you will just back into this net, ladies ....
The theme of the Junior-Senior
Banquet was "Treasure Isle." Rows
of blue and green crepe paper
covered the ceiling while colored
fish hung on the walls changing the
Community Center into a paradise
island. Junior Class President,
Davey Brock, served as master of
ceremonies for the banquet.
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.T an receives an apology in song.
Put the silverware back on the table, Johnny.
Where are the rest of the girls, Kay?
As the banquet ends, there is a rush for the decorations.
Talk about walking all over somebody!
Happiness is going to splash day and being the first to get
throng? in !'?
Splash Day '66
N The Year ofthe
Goose bumps cast shadows on splash
day, 1966. The 50 degree weather kept
the senior softies at home and only a
few iron-willed individuals turned out to
stand around the sparkling waters of the
Leonard Park Pool.
She acts like that little snake in the water is going to hurt
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And what did little Red Riding Hood
bring in this basket?
You boys aren't cold, are you?
Regardless of what you say, lstill think my
legs are prettier than his.
Not even the photographer can take Ronny's attention away from his
Will someone please explain the joke to Joyce?
Seniors Lorna Binford, Pat Alexander, Gayle Arendt, David Moore, Beth Schlaudroff,
and Tim Howe sing the Alma Mater.
C I as s N ight
Gayle McKinzie rises to
receive her award.
Members ofthe 1966 graduating class
sang the Alma Mater at the end of
Senior class officers lead
in the class. They are David
Moore, Beth Schlaudroff,
Tim Howe, Marsha Henley,
and Ronny Mercer.
May 20, 1966
A picture taken during
Mixed emotions show in the
faces of seniors Anne Platt,
Brenda Myers, Marilyn
Melton, Barbara Jacobs and
,T an Nichols.
Bobby Grissom and Chuck Luther re-
joice over leaving GHS.
Mr. Echols congratulates Steve Alston on
receiving the Art Award.
the line -up before
Junior Sensor Prom
Senior Beth Schlaudroff and her date
are announced at the Prom.
The Junior -Senior Prom had the theme
"Arabian Nights." The outside of the
building and the dance room were dec-
orated in blue, purple, pink, and green
like a sultan's tent. The outer room was
an oasis with a Weeping willow tree
shading the refreshment table. Palm trees
were scattered throughout and there was
a beautiful peacock on one wall. Music
was provided by the Five Coachmen.
Laura Shinpoch thinks it's the best Prom
.Tohnny Winters and Ancilla Kneupper get punch from the
Don't you know that three's a crowd, Gerry?
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Barbara Claxton, Barbara Jacobs, Madeleine Szteit - Ronny Mercer and Libby Mitchell 113
er, and Mary Bryant discuss the events ofthe night.
Gayle Arendt and Mike Clinkenbeard will be the Fred
Astaire and Ginger Rogers of the jet -set. In the back-
ground is Linda Truitt, the virtuous knight.
The Senior Assembly of the Class
of '66 was done on the theme of the
CANTERBURY TALES. Jerry Cowling
introduced the pilgrims.
Several told talesg others gave proph-
ecies, Wills and gifts of the class. At
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Louise Hassell will be a fashion designer for Neiman's.
Here she is shown modeling one of her creations. The
skirt is a mixture of the high -thigh and mid -calf styles.
Also shown is the Wife of Bath, Vivian Nunley.
the close of the assembly all the sen-
iors marched out singing "We've Gotta
Get Out of This Place."
The pardoner, summoner, and the young Squire march to the stage. Carol Pearson as one of the
singing nuns serenades
Commencement is the culmination of
twelve years of public school Work. This
sudden and dramatic end always brings
the same emotions. The participants in
the ceremony realize full well that this
is the last time they Will see many of
their classmates. It is a time of honor,
tears, reflection . . . but only a very
brief time . . . and then, it is over.
Members of National Honor Society.
Jimmie Black was the first Negro student to
graduate from Gainesville High School.
Daniel Dudenhoeffer receives his diploma.
We walked out of
...and then, it was over.
football games, '
pep rallies, '
four years, ,
it was over.
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These chiggers are murder behind
I just car1't stand to watch!
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Thais a pretty big tree for two little girls.
I car1't help it, Betty. How would you
like it if your rosebuds bloomed?
Honest Mr, Campbell, these belong to me.
ld them time and time again that people can't fly.
Stop, hold everything! The Destroyer is here
"This girl is really great!" says Herman
Boys will be boys. They have to take out their wrath on something.
You girls are certainly industrious!!??'?'?
He's a wild beast unfit for
It s not that I have anything against you
personally - I just don't want you look-
ing over my shoulder.
Gayle, .T an and Helen
Some awfully strange things
go on at drill team slumber
"Just Smile and act like you
"I wonder if he's tried
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Meet the Fortune Teller of
These an students have it
Will the real Rembrandt please stand up?
Charlie Brown is fooled again as the Great Pumpkin
Now I know that football
was here a minute ago!
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Peter Pan and Tinkerbell
Eddie Morris and Bert Gibbs
Kirby Price Henry Duke Thomas Bates
B- TEAM COACHES
George Burrows and Bo Reid
Leopards End Successful Season
The 1965 Gainesville Leopards ended their best season since the 1961 semi-
finalist team. The season record came out 6-3-1. Their wins were over 4A
teams Sherman and Denton, and 3A district enemies Mount Pleasant, McKinney,
Sulphur Springs, and Greenville. Their tie was to Brewer of Fort Worth and they
got beat by Bonham, South Garland and Lake Highlands. The Leopards advanced
to the top ten of the state 3A schools after beating McKinney, who was pre-
viously ranked fifth.
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The Gainesville Leopards are: Mgrs. Don Rogers and Harold Hunter, David Hatcher, Dale Boyd, I im Sellick, Marvin Bosley,
I ack Boyter, Bobby Grissom, Frank Morris, Cole Sain, Eddie Davis, Eugene Fuhrman, Mike Ranton, Harold Bryant, Davey
Brock, Tim Howe, Clinton Smith, Chuck Luther, Rod Copeland, Coaches Thomas Bates and Henry Duke, Matt Chalmers,
Buddy Echols, Ronny Mercer, Mike Rosenberg, Kenny Smith, J' oe Ingram, Rick Henry, ,Timmy Stevens, David Moore, H.P.
McCoy and Head Coach Kirby Price.
Leopards Beat Sherman First
Time in EightYears, 8-
The Gainesville Leopards opened their 1965 season by de-
feating The Sherman Bearcats 8-7.
Sherman scored first and led at the half 7-0. Quarterback
Buddy Echols stepped six yards later in the game, for the
Leopard touchdown. That put Gainesville within one point of
their foes. With time running out a two pointer was tried.
Echols tossed a short pass to Matt Chalmers for the go ahead
Gainesville's defense held strong the rest
of the game and the game ended 8-7.
J 1m Sellick IS towed down
by a Bearcat.
Eddie Davis fights
for a pass.
David Hatcher escapes a Denton rackler.
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David Moore pursues a Denton ball carrier.
The Leopards Won their second straight game September
17, downing the Denton Broncos 21-0.
Mike Ranton scored first for the Leopards on a pass in-
terception which he ran back l00 yards for the tally. Buddy
Echols kicked the extra point and the Leopards led 7-0 at
the half. After intermission Gainesville came back again
and Echols scored from the one after a fine drive bv the
offense. With eleven seconds left in the game, Frank Morris
scored for the final T.D.
Eddie Davis tries to escape a couple of foes.
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Mike Ranton gets pinned by a Bear.
H. P. McCoy Rod Copeland
Leopards and Bears
Battle to I4-I4 Tie
The Leopards went to Fort Worth September 24 unde-
feated, meeting the Brewer Bears, who were also unde-
The Bears scored first with 65 seconds left in the first
quarter. The Leopards came back and scored twice in the
second quarter. One T.D. was credited to Chuck Luther,
who received a pass from Buddy Echols, and the other score
was a 48 yard gallop by Mike Ranton. Echols kicked the
conversion and Gainesville 1ed 14-7 at half. Brewer scored
once more in the second half leaving the score 14-14.
Marvin Bosley Chuck Luther Dale Boyd
Senior Senior Senior
Leopards Slip by
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The Leopards opened their 1965 district race with a triumph over the Mt. i
Pleasant Tigers. The Tigers scored first, early in the second quarter giving .
them a 6-O lead. In the same quarter the Leopards drove 71 yards for the tying
score. Echols extra point kick was good. This put the Leopards in front 7-6, The
Tigers found time for one more T.D. before the half, however. They drove down
and scored, giving them the lead 12-7 at the half. ln the third quarter the Leop-
ards scored the final T.D. of the game giving them the winning lead 14-12.
Tim Howe closes in on a Tiger.
J im Sellick catches a pass for short
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Senior Senior Senior
Leopards Lose First Game
to Bonham 0-
October 15 the Gainesville Leopards lost their first game of the season to
the defending champs of 6-AAA. There was no scoring in the first half.
Late in the third quarter Bonham scored and led 7-O. There was no other
scoring during the game. This defeat gave the Leopards a 3-1-1 record.
.L lt Sellick spins away from a Warrior tackler.
Mike Ramon gets a pass from Echols.
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Leopards Upset McKinney, 8-
The Leopards turned their homecoming into a very successful one when they
upset the McKinney Lions, who were ranked fifth in the state at that time. The
Lions scored first with only Z3 seconds ofplaying time run off the clock. Several
times during the first half the Leopards threatened to score, but failed to.
In the third quarter Rod Copeland recovered a fumble on the Lion forty-five.
After a few plays Buddy Echols hit Mike Ranton with a pass for a touchdown. The
extra point try had Jimmy Stevens throwing to Matt Chalmers. It was good and
the Leopards took the lead 8-7. The ball remained in McKinney territory the
rest of the game.
Cole Sain Eddie Davis pins a Lion.
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Leopards Stop Sulphur Springs 21-I2
The Leopards counted their third district victory at Sulphur Springs on
October 2.9. The Victory put Gainesville in a tie for first place. Two Leopard
T.D.'s were called back by penalties.
The halftime score had the Leopards in front 7-O. Mike Ranton scored twice
for points in the game and twice for touchdowns that were called back. Jim
Sellick scored the other of the Leopard touchdowns.
Ramon swings wide for several yards.
David Hatcher Buddy Echols Harold Bryant
Junior Junior Junior
A muddy pile-up at the line of scrimmage.
.Tack Boyter returns a kick off during the Greenville game.
Leopards Run by
The Leopards racked up their sixth Win of the 1965 season. They beat the
Lions from Greenville Z2-6 in a mud soaked battle. The Leopards kicked off to
open the game. Their fine defense held the Lions deep in their territory and
forced them to punt. Their kicker stepped out of the end zone giving the Leop-
ards a two pointer. A few plays later Ranton scored and Echols kicked the con-
version. Matt Chalmers and David Hatcher both scored T.D.'s in the third
quarter, giving the Leopards their ZZ-6 lead.
A pile-up at the side line.
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David Hatcher gets pulled down by a Colonel,
Leopards Defeated by
South Garland 6-20
The Leopards lost their second game of the season to the South Garland
Colonels November 12. The Colonels scored their first touchdown with 9:33 left
in the first quarter. Before the half the Colonels scored again made the halftime
score 13-0. Late in the third quarter the Leopards scored on a pass from Buddy'
Echols to halfback Mike Ranton. Once more in the third quarter South Garland
scored on a long pass play. That was all of the scoring and the final score was
South Garland 2.0, and the Leopards 6. 135
Leopards Lose Finale to
Lake Highlands 3-20
The Gainesville Leopards lost their final game of the
season 20-3 to the Lake Highlands Wildcats.
The Leopards scored first on a 26 yard field goal by
Buddy Echols with 7:17 left in the second quarter. A pass
interception by Cole Sain set .up the field goal.
Lake Highlands did not score during the first half and
the Leopards led 3-O at the half.
The second half belonged entirely to the Wildcats. They
scored three times making the final score Z0-3.
Mike Ranton is tripped up by a Wildcat.
I ack Boyter
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atches the game from the sideline.
Coach Bates looks over the situation
Frank Morris and Ronny Mercer were captains
at the Brewer game.
J im Sellick escapes a tackler.
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Larry Garrett outrurrs an opponent,
for the Kats.
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Chuck Gandillion runs around end
Allen Perrin, Steve Stroud, David Brown, John Sandifer, Steve Gibbs, Mike Turbeville, Tommy Briggs, Coaches Morris,
and Gibbs. Billy Hardesty, Eddie Henry, Mike Mauldin, Larry Morrison, David Bryant, Don Hillis, Phillip Newton, Bill
Ingram, Mike Scott, Jon Price, Steve Miller, Max Flowers, George Bryant, Dave Henry, Bobby Hendrix, Ricky Puckett,
Kenny Keller, Danny Miller, David Welch, Randy Carr, David James, Bill Hair, Mike Melton, Donnie Hawthorne, Dreka
Manuel, Ronnie Trammell, Melvin Khunley, Larry Fuhrman, Gary Warden, R. L. Sain, Gary Hall, Gary Young, Billy Flowers,
Don Wolf, ,Terry Wicker, and Paul Brown. T he Mgrs. are Chris Milburn, Bill Brock, Sammy Blake.
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senbocker. CTOP ROWJ Mgr. Gregg Tyler,Randy Russell, Lawrence Loren, Jerry Henderson, Bubby Echols, and Leslie Helton
Brenda Myers was selected basketball queen this
The Leopards lose their finale to Greenville
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Herman Manuel outjumps his opponent.
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Lawrence Loren gets the rebound,
The Leopards show a little enthusiasm after defeating the South
,Terry Henderson goes up for two
Henderson shoots for another two -pointer.
Russell attempts a field goal.
Lawrence Loren Jack Motsenbocker Leslie Helton
Junior Sophomore Sophomore
The 1965 Basketball Queen, Joyce Montry gives up her title to Brenda Myers.
Don Hall, Eddie Fisher, Kyle, McCain, Tommy Covington, Kenny McCain, Russell Nunley, Alex Blaine, Mike Henderson
Bobby Robeson, John Noah, Billy Hendricks, Lee Adams, Mike Smith, and David Finch.
Danny Miller, Rickie Puckett, Tommy Briggs, Dreaka Manuel, Gary Hall, Allan Morrison, Bobby Hendricks, Robert Beck
Larry Henry, Cary Jenkins, Mike Mauldin, Johnny Morgan, and Mike Turbeville.
H,P, McCoy guards teammate Randy Russell.
Buddy Echols goes for two.
Lawrence Loren goes up for a rebound.
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Joe Hill Eugene Fuhrman and Ronny Mercer will represent Gainesville at the Regional Meet.
The 1966 Leopard Track Team finished
fourth at the District Meet at Richardson.
Gainesville qualified three members of
the team to the Regional Meet which will
be held in Fort Worth April 23. Eugene
Fuhrman and Joe Hill will compete in the
pole vault. Eugene won the district setting
a new district record of 12' 10 lf2". Ronny
Mercer will compete in the shot put and
discus throw after winning both at the
Eugene and ,T oe are pictured receiving their
medals at the district meet.
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Don Locke and Mike Ramon were two of Gainesvi11e's main
sprinters this year.
Larry Collings is pictured preparing to put the shot at the Buddy Echols finished fourth in the discus at the
district meet, district meet.
Mike Rosenberg joined the team late but progressed by the district meet.
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Mike Ranton placed fourth in the high jump at the district
James Greer anchors our sprint relay. '
.Terry Morgan and Gary Brammer were Gainesvi11e's milers. '1
Buddy Echols and Ronny Mercer were two of the Leopard weightmen.
Ronny Mercer won the discus at District.
Gary Brammer is pictured as he
finishes the mile.
Don locke broadjumped for the Leopards,
The Mile Relay team consists of Matt Chalmers, Ken
Phelps, Kenny McCain, and Kyle McCain,
Ramon got third in the 180 yard low hurdles at district.
Eugene Fuhrman talks to Coach Bates after
making his winning jump.
George Bryant, Gary Pepper, Larry Morrison, Jon Price, John Sandifer, Bill Hair,
Mike Scott, Melvin Kuhnley, Mike Melton, Ronnie Trammell, Mike Turbeville,
Kenny Keeler, Tommy Briggs, Allen Perrin, Eddy Henry, David Brown, and Billy
Ronnie Trammell anchors a second pl ace in the
Freshman 440 yard relay.
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David Moore, H. P. McCoy, Bill Gwynn, Curt Williams, David Swick
David Moore, Senior
H. P. McCoy, Senior
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Sometimes it takes resorting to drastic measures to shut her
Look in the sky! It's Batman!
Didya hear about the Aggie who ....
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Senior Class Officers
Tim Howe, Treasurerg Marsha Henley, Vice-Presidentg Beth Schlaudroff, Secretaryg Ronny Mercer, Presidentg and David
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Barry Mike I .R. Scotty Cheryl Ronnie
Baker Ballew Beaver Beck Bennett Bickers
Egad! I think I saw a Puddy Tat.
It's the official student body president's
If y3'11 dO1'1't quit Boston
making fun of my feet,
I'11 hit you with my
Se ni o r s '66
Dale I im Kathy Gaylon Mary Roy
Boyd Branyan Brewer Bruton Bryant Bryant
Mary Lou Butler
Gary Don ,-M
Barbara Bobby Bobby Gary Don James Jeanne Anne
Cashion Cheany Clack Clark Clark Claunch
Mama sard there'd be days lrke thls.
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Got a tiger in your tank?
A line, a line- Idrewaline!
Io Ann Martha Rod Ierry Lou Dusty
Comer Comer Copeland Cowling Cox Cullum
Joyce Don Ray John Charles Donna Evelyn
Fielder Finch Fleenor Fleming Flowers Flowers
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Hail to our alma mater ...... Giles
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Linda Glenda Ioe Betty Louise
Haines Hammer Harrell Harrison Hassell
Linda Harold Sam Barbara Tommy Clara
Hudgins ,Hunter Ingle Jacobs James Johnson
Gall Whoa, mule!
Aw, coach, you know I'm not an
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If this hair doesn't stay out of my eyes!
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Mfify Arm Kel? Terry Jan Connie Bill
Kirby Kniss Lehnertz Leonard Lewis Linn
H. P. McCoy
Kathy Gayle Eddie Herman Gary
MCGOWHH MCKi1'1Zi6 Malinowsky Manuel Mayan
Look! Look! I finally learned to write my
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Some senior Civics students took over the city government.
Seniors '66 M'1
Oh, now, this is startin' to get downright embarrassing.
Ronny James Linda David Doug Joyce
Mercer Meyer Miller Mitchell Mitchell
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Ginny Richard Gary Jan Richard Linda
Myers Narramore Neal Nichols Norman Norwood
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Let us all stop to meditate about the birthday of that great man--Beethoven
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Phew! That laughing gas really gets to ya!
Ma and Pa Kettle?
Oh, my gosh, what some people won't bring to a bonfire.
Robert Elizabeth Anne jan Mike Dinah
Pegues Phillips Platt Price Ramon Reid
core Beth I N Pegg ru lx Lillie nm Rickey
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No, no, I won't believe it. I doubt that!
Mixed emotions show in the faces of senior girls.
Stanley Brad Jimmy Patty
Smith Spires Stevens Stevens
Betty Gregg Carla Martha hmmy Rosme
Turner Tyler Van Duker Walker Ward Ward
Fun, participation, contribution, achievement, and knowledge all
add up to ----- -- Seniors '66,
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Junior Class Dfficers
President, Davey Brockg Vice-President, Cheryl Lehnertzg Secretary-Treasurer, John Branyang and Reporter, Buddy Echols
Audra Moore, Amy Porter, Thomas Bates, Caroline Cunningham, Margaret Dickson, ,Toy Die, Henry Duke, W.H. Frasher
Marjorie Green, V.S. Payne. Kate Pearson, and Wanda Thompson.
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I know Matt isn't better looking than me, so
it must be bad breath.
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during the next game.
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Kenny Gilbre ath
Mary Ann Godwin
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just flew up her nose, but I don't believe her,
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bring those records!"
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We know it's your first
mum, David, but you don't
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Shirley Van Hoozen
Paula Van Note
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Stop, you wouldn't hit a girl with glasses!
Say, I didn't know they put those things in a catalogue.
If you don't stop sleeping in class, Harold, you'l1
never improve on your timed writings.
If this represents the volunteer fire department, it would
be better to let your house burn.
Iwonder if Michelangelo started this way?
"Look Candy, there's a boy and he's taking
I wonder where the airport is from
Hey, Chuck, is that same sophomore
getting to you?
Let's just see if I ever offer her any of MY popcorn. Two cups of love potion? This may become
C I fl h H' Did you ever get the feeling that
ountrn' owers on t e wa .
someone is watching you?
Sophomore Class Gfficers
Larry Fowler, vice -president: Libby Mitchell, secretary: Ruben Neal, president: Rick May, reporter,
Rex Wagoner, chairman: Mrs. Wagoner, co -chainnan: Mrs, Austin, Kennit Brown, George Burrow, Mrs, Duke, Miss Liddell
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L. A. Bridges
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"I can yell louder than you can!" shouts
Di anne at Libby,
"And then," said Wilma, "he said that , , ,"
J. D. Gibbs
Looks like the camera
caught Larry before he could
"These new fur collars
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more Karate chops!"
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.T ana are you sticking our tongue out at B
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Whetstone Whisnand -El!
who? Here's a hint: he's kin to Dr. Davenport.
Freshman Class Gfficers
Steve Miller president: David Brown, vice-president: Chris Milburn, secretary: Mike Turbeville, treasurer: Max Flowers
Mr, Patterson, chairman: Mrs. Koebelen, co -chairman: Mrs. Enderby, Mr, Gibbs, Mr, Morris, Mrs, Sullivant, Mr. Trietsch
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,Tust ask me, this book
Cee Cee Haliburton
Freshmen struggle to pass their minimum aptitude tests,
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Their last hope, group therapy.
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