Gaston High School - Gusher Yearbook (Joinerville, TX)

 - Class of 1952

Page 1 of 160

 

Gaston High School - Gusher Yearbook (Joinerville, TX) online yearbook collection, 1952 Edition, Cover
Cover



Page 6, 1952 Edition, Gaston High School - Gusher Yearbook (Joinerville, TX) online yearbook collectionPage 7, 1952 Edition, Gaston High School - Gusher Yearbook (Joinerville, TX) online yearbook collection
Pages 6 - 7

Page 10, 1952 Edition, Gaston High School - Gusher Yearbook (Joinerville, TX) online yearbook collectionPage 11, 1952 Edition, Gaston High School - Gusher Yearbook (Joinerville, TX) online yearbook collection
Pages 10 - 11

Page 14, 1952 Edition, Gaston High School - Gusher Yearbook (Joinerville, TX) online yearbook collectionPage 15, 1952 Edition, Gaston High School - Gusher Yearbook (Joinerville, TX) online yearbook collection
Pages 14 - 15

Page 8, 1952 Edition, Gaston High School - Gusher Yearbook (Joinerville, TX) online yearbook collectionPage 9, 1952 Edition, Gaston High School - Gusher Yearbook (Joinerville, TX) online yearbook collection
Pages 8 - 9
Page 12, 1952 Edition, Gaston High School - Gusher Yearbook (Joinerville, TX) online yearbook collectionPage 13, 1952 Edition, Gaston High School - Gusher Yearbook (Joinerville, TX) online yearbook collection
Pages 12 - 13
Page 16, 1952 Edition, Gaston High School - Gusher Yearbook (Joinerville, TX) online yearbook collectionPage 17, 1952 Edition, Gaston High School - Gusher Yearbook (Joinerville, TX) online yearbook collection
Pages 16 - 17

Text from Pages 1 - 160 of the 1952 volume:

4 1 f ? 027 5 ', ,V f f 4 L -if V 'Z 4? 1 " Mfal TH Q ASTOX QUSHUQ 1 97 mxuxuu TLXXS ,, J - -XT -.. N 9', UNSTUX smowxs 9 -XJ-" U ll I 'pm Another candle - the twentieth - is added to Caston's birthday cake. Each candle glows with memories of the past and represents another step forward in the history of a beloved school. It is the beginning, the progress, and the happy present that we wish to portray in the 1952 yearbook. "Happy birthday, dear Caston, happy birthday to you!" vu, Vx V-N 0 I l F C 0 NTENTS 1 I DMINISTRATION SCHOOL LIFE ll"HO'S IVHO CLASSES SPORTS ORGANIZATIONS PE RSONALITIES j'UNIOR HIGH AND ELEMENTARY ADVERTISEMENTS AUTOGRAPHS .T .l Mr. john Duran Superintendent Having served Gaston as principal of the high school for seven years, Mr. john Duran was made Superintendent of the Gaston Schools this year. The Duran family enjoys a quiet evening at home with Dad reading to the children. Nir. Duran hegan his teaching career in Min- den. Texas. He later accepted a position at Leveretts Chapel. Preeeding his arrival at Cas- ton in 1944, he was principal of Sabine High School. Mr. Duran received his BA. Degree from Stephen F. Austin State College and then ut- tended The University of Texas where he re- ceived a Master's Degree. He is a member of The University of Texas chapter of Phi Delta Kappa. Arriving at Gaston this yi-ar from Rice' School in Tyler. Mr. Xtiltvn Burns took tho position of principal of Gaston High School and has won for hinisclf a placc in the heart of cvcry C.l1.S. stuclvnt. A nativv East Tvxan. Nlr. Burns gracliiatccl from Ilonclcrson High School. H0 rcccivccl his BS. Dc 'rot' from Sain llonston Stall' College' in Huntsville, and his NLS. Dt-grvv from East Texas Statv Collcgt' in Coiiiriivmc. He' tliml gratluatc' worlfat Tha- Uiiivvisity ot Tvxas and later gradu- ated from YMCA Cradnatc School in Nashville, Tviiiicssvv, Mr. Wilten Burns Principal Y z w it Planning their snmmvr trip, the Burns lamily looks over road maps and trav- el folders. Two of Gaston Schools administra- tors, Mr. Duran and Mr. Burns, pur- sue their favorite pastime, fishing. N ,--L.. -. W-" i-rg MR HOB IUIV II LIAMS UR D XV DICKFSOV Prz ml: nf X uf Prf 91111 nf MR U C' KIKFR Srcrctmrf BO ARD OF ILDLC LXTION OF 111 tlu mcmbus of thy C xston 'School Boflrd X11 Bob NILXX llll uns xs the onlx um umng lnunlxr of ilu onqm ll SLXLII llusz mum duotg much tlmc md cmrgx to thc wolk md suucss of Ciston Pllblli. Schools ,-pl MR SUI XD U18 MR I 'I FIMXRIIN7 UH I I' CIIRIQTI VR J I' VORIION THE FACULTY VVAS THERE fr0m Faculty members are served refreshments at a get- together. wifh help 1 f 0 ts 10 guess her back 0 ttemp - n on homdsa - wr-He MTS. T 5 what IS MT- Burn iffy. fgCUltY po M 1 1 f --fc utiful . 'ne the bed - - T Chflqty examlhem of 0 gum? M and Mrs,J. . esented to b the faculY r. pr . y P0 - zmsnms. Mr. Dodson exclaims over the gift given him by a faculty prankster at the G. S. faculty Christ- mas party. "Mr. John" opens his Christmas gift from the faculty. , MRS BERTIE ABBOTT CAI LIILRIA MANACLR lk. s,.:',k MR JOHN DENT E1c,11T11 GRAD E North Teras State College B S Q ADA VB IANLEOZC Teaa Sta 4 St Tatgile gc S :Q N EQ A DODSO MP1 JQKITHEMATICS hers East TCXUS State 216361 S couew B S an SENIOR HIGH MR? IO ANNE Kfl 0,6 CRZGIQTRAZASKEY tit egg North Te e Cwllllege T MRS P111 R By EW! YZSAL 5D52UDSON pole eat? Stgfe ATIO lg H 5806-he I1 M S R f ' WB ' . 1 ' I A L 'hers El- . .V ,B , S1 , -as . ya, I A V X' W Ii K 5 U 1 I ' ' IV , U rs SCHO QL FACULTY . iwfx m. 6- 4' KH AM M185 HUiI:JIDl:I1Exlxl4c7c7k INC 1 Ixus State Collcfl: AU s Orglzjuirsltli 0 Few UISS IUVX IOP Vc BHIDF INC I ISII U7l1LllS'1fl1 of 'Inav B A East Term Stan lcaclzcrs F111 1 1 M A 4 1 1 Thaw IBIZEU xgilkvflp cf ,, Wim 0 7771151 IUIOLIQ llgyfy of C QQGKAN 1 1 .BROOB Bl D PP R MP5 C A150096 lull C Ouwe 1 L.X pun. 1 -Q- 1110 Co111mU. ai-ng,-f VISS JOF U XRIF PHIILIP9 HUXH IfOV05fICS I H H Nmtll Yum Sfdfl College B S 7 V S SCU ggi! MER am C108 6 B S . M, ER .- A J! 73B E sb' JIAQSI, SUCL I ' lv u, V ' Av , V, ,l . PYIAYLI'-,, P ' 1152 HAQ5 7'1' -,AIHN A , ' .. ' 1 ,f a . J .Cof!,,,C JL f r 'f. ,,gf ff .1 r 'ff' ' ' IAN W 1 ,BA-1 Q-sg . ,',, LA. ..' N V 5 f ' ,, QL., I 1 -9: s A H J V ,ia A 1 ,V pl.-' 1 " 2" ' I .LF ,. , j 0,1 'Q JA' , f V1 ' .5 ' -SJ? . I I P -- n .'Y'4 L . 1 .' 2 J m ' 1,1 - . T '. 5 A, 4 V M' 'W FACULTY Q' aff MR H D RAWLINSON 'Q Wm 'Z XOC'ATIO'V XI ACRIFUI TUBE Sam Houston 911110 College B 9 '--. yor i 131 IQN, SON QTEVHFN X I Q0 NS? O 4,20 Si Tutlg Sw WC M19 f 1 A VAF YFAA,-Al Ifhml 961,511 STO lzyfm 3 1 and ygllfl CO C 6 Ps N955 'Z W., LILLI MRS. ONIE J. WADE socrml, SCIENCE Stephen F. Austin State College, I3.A. and M.A. THRYN WATTS N0114 MATH AN W r EA AT 8.5103 Sgglfzsv ' and M scofffae MRS' KA BRABIAN re, LI State Colle!- Norfh Texas 1'0""A af" in 1 R 5 5 1'olll"',' gal' not U' 'vu , "' SCHUUL LIFE 0 Lift A ngf ij 11, s fi! if gut 91 .si- ' " X :- 1 'ffl fi L4 --5-.5-gf'-m . F .- P55306 ,f 2 lggu -f 1-I 1'l5f"'1,, ,1t" 1541-W nn ,., H1 1 7 if 9:9 ff?- irqlf 'I' fgfx, 11 5 gf' " :-2-Zig' ff if 1 LJ i +1fEf 5 ki J- 550 g W., gs Us Su' i I 1 flpi LL svn" we :J E512 if-EQ , W: was 1 H A 5 .A 5.3! 1 1. 11217-f" ,, 4, Q. i nf L X, 'I'l:r1 1' I1'I7'.' II f1'r flzf' Ulllllllflg, of Casfrn Ili lz 81-111 ul, flu sfu1l1 nfs on flu Hill sfill 1:1111 1111 s1' mul sm: . IS-'. . r. A. O. Iinly, ,- f1m's irsf l111n1l1lir11'f1vr, KHIII Miss Yan Tlmmp- mm, mlm ll'Il.S' Ill 111l nf tl11 En lislz d1,p11rfmmf 1'11ll11lmr11f1'1l Illlll pr1s1 HIFI, fo flu, sfud1 nf 11121111 flu' s1'l11ml 1mfl11m u'l1i1'l1 flzry c'nfifl11l "C 11.9- f1mi11." 'I'l11 .swung u'11,s'l1w.s'f ll f1rMr. I i1-1flyI1ff Casf n IIIII in 19.1 11' .s"1' u'1.s' rr uAriff1 n lay A . X O I IX Nhss 'N Ill IIIOIIIIJSOII .- ,. . ' ' 1 1'1.x- f 1l'l l'I'l'l'l ' ' 1 IJ ri Hflllll. TI11 1'1m1p11.s-ifir n u'11.v ll Hin 1- 91 Hllll fn flu' .s-fu1l1 nf 111111, 1m .Y 7l'l'1l1lH'f I in 11.s's1 mlfly, - mu l1fl11 l'l'Il'l'llfl'II x'1'r.s-i1m 1K11ri1'.v.s'li 1 K In flu uri in11l.w-1 r1', flu .s'1'1'1'nf11nAy1'11r-1 sm: issfill 'C 11.vf1mi11" fn flll .s'fu1l1nf.s-11n1I lum- 1lr1'1.s' of ulzmmi U C 11.s'f11n Ili lz S1'lm11l. ov ' ' ' ' a ff! ' K 4 , T, ,J ,, , ' ' ff-fgiy - ' j J, .1 jg I. s' IVYI 'K , rl ,-f4"f I h X I I if f 1 4 91 I ! ' A- :na ,ff ' ' N' L. 'f 'ii K K , ' ' ,V no , 7 ff xli Iii' In I I I . ff' f ,ff Q , " f f1i?"I 1 5 ff' fr 1, Q Q2 'gl - fly! K X, ',,.f - 5 . V ik' ry, Q LLB ' " 'I If ' ,f:"jZff'4, 7- a , , J ,X ' I 4, T L if - Ay ff 1, 11 ff iQ Q T: I fri, z I a ' iff ., ff 5 ,ffigf I if jf L fi' 1 fl i ' we . ,ff if 1 fl' f , 1' V! 211, ll ,, ! lf ,,!f' 15' ,V if I 3 ' ,En-I 1 6- fif-ff J'f27 If ff .1 f'1j"" ,if I1 ' f'jff'jj1f fd 1' 'K I ' X ..4f , 1 ' f : 5 .K f- H -, , . V ilglf rg Y ' ' , if ,X Z , Mr. .- . . I 'Gly . . ' If s f f f I 1 1 U R111 If 11111 1 1 I 1 II 111 nffln Ii'1l ,Q 1 ' I ' rf I ' 1 gg pr- I ,Q In 135 V , ' Car ' ' ' 1 1 , l ' - ' V l l l S , Alfl ,Q ' ,qlflq ' fm 1 lg 1 ' f ' ,141 ll I I I Q ' if I ' , ' I 11 I 193' fl mu 1 1 ' ' Hr HEADLINERS Barbara Spain and Whonia Forsythe try out the new water coolers that were in- stalled in the High School building in October. Superintendent John Duran greets Mr. Dee Lee Thomas, Principal of Junior High and Elementary, as Mr. Wilten Burns, Principal of the High School and the third member of Gaston Schools' new administrators, looks on. l "Prof" Milner gives last minute instructions to his team before the grudge volleyball game between his and Mrs. Hudson's team. UF 1952 The Three Gals and a Guy quartette composed of Betty .lean Platt, Billie Waller, Shirley Burgess, and Larry Alexander, vocalize on "Shrimp Boats" on the PTA Talent Show. The four Seniors also sang before the Lions Club in Henderson and .loinerville and made appearances on various pro- grams during the year. Firefighters spray water on the smouldering ruins of the Industrial building that marked Gaston's first major fire in fifteen years. ,. v 'J-Lf .Y , --,-rf --:ri Xi fi X ,I -in -i ........... Mrs. Esther Berry, postmistress at Joiner- ville, sells defense stamps to an Elemen- tary student. The Stamp Program which went into effect again this year for the first time since 7945, was observed on Thursday of each week. CHRISTMAS AT GASTGN N I Ili NAS.. U-G IJ! 1 ... L jf I b t h rn to com lete the decor The F H A Profect Commrttee prepares boxes of food and Junror Cass mem ers pr c p atrng for their Chrrstmas party clothrng for needy famrlres m the community Mrs: Watson's Eighth Graders enfoy refreshments durmg Legends of Chrrstmas are presented durrng the Christmas pro b th P bl t t ffs their homeroom party gram given y e u rca lon s a ,F '- y. P3 , . X - I et S HILL HIGHS Q Bud Holland receives his football jacket from Coach Van Haver- beke at the football banquet. Eighth Grade students gladly pose for their Gusher pictures being made by Mr. Bernie Lumpkin. Donnie Tuttle tries his skill at dart throwing at the Hallowe'en Carnival. Football Sweetheart candidates turn in their money to Mr. Burns. iunuiii 1 lx A large crowd enjoys the booths at the carnival. Qnfyx f' ef-ao: Gaston delegates to the Denton convention enjoy delicious food at the banquet in Hubbard Hall. New T.H.S.P.A. officers, Barbara Bradford, Weatherford, Bonnie Poland, Gaston, Margie Crawford, Denison, and Cornell Waggoner, Tyler, chat together after the final ballots have been counted. Publication representatives from Gaston present a colorgraph of the qualifications of their candi- date, Bonnie Poland, before the general session of high school journalists. THE PRESS Before an audience of eight hundred delegates at the con- vention at Denton, Shirley Burgess, Co-Editor of the GUSHER delivers a talk on "How to Finance the Yearbook." 5 x N: -. ..-mar' .. GANG sy M. asv ,f . X. -..,' The Publications Chorus, under the direction of Miss Virginia Knapp, presents on the annual Christ- mas program their rendition of "The First Noel." Blowing balloons is the project of the day as year- book staff members make ready their props for the GUSHER booth at the carnival. X GUSHER members pore over the cover designs submitted by the staff before they make their final selection. Johnny Pickering and "Beep" Platt give pointers in mimeographing to the HEN- DERSON Hl-LIFE staff during their tour of the DELIGHT press office. ,-ff-Q. M ...Vs LADIES OF THE CAFFITERIA I , ' I I l pf? ' ll ' Loft I0 right: Xlrs. Bertie Abbott, cl2ll'6'f6'l'i1l XlmmgM', Hrs. Ivsse Smith, Mrs. URQON Ll'l'Llll Wicks, Hrs. Elm Dowclvn, Xlrs, Lt-In Fay Ilarris, Nlrs. Bessie- YVright, Mrs. NUR BOB Vfrxmilm Lu Brillia Nlugcc, Mrs, Dorothy Dmvclc-11. R W 'I V11 C K Nnght X ,--. ' r ll 'A .5 ' A . .Q 4 Q-5 !! g i " 1 H A nf. K F it ...sash ' if IK, NIR, C. H0g1CI'S MR. C. YV. DORSIEY HH. S. YV. ELLIS A -Y Custmliam of Custodian of vlunim' High cjllqfllllilll of Ciallvh-1'iz1 I Senior High YW s iq. ,Q Q A 1-:f The maintenance staff has always been a necessary part of the Gaston Schools. During the twenty years of .., the school's existence only Mr. H. B. Maynard and Mr. A. B. Strickland have been here the full twenty years. ' KEY Cuskodiul' 0 II. B. XIAYN,-XRD EllglllL'0l' Nilx X 15 STRlLlxL 'VND C lhflldl lll ui Xthlq in Blllltllllg ,: 'x NIH R05 CIKEYN s Dun X NIR A X SXVINNEX Bm Drnvr MAINTENANCE STAFF 'W' .f'X Xili CEOHCE jONES Bus D1 nu -i Likw- ,x L cos UR Am Fmnmm now Jmc mc YS u clll r XIR E X ANDFRQONI N111 TRAVIS QNHTH Bm IJIINCI' Bm Drlur 5 I - A ...-. ,Q XX A ', 5 l , ,' Q, I . ' 'x ' X. - 1 , 1- A . I I 2 4 I Q I, , I ' Y 1A . '. . I I' .' f . . '4 I ,' 4 ' ' , NIH. II. YV. ALEXANDER ff '1 ' ' I F l"'rz I lz'l Iz"ic xx I I I' . I lx ', Y 5-. I' 1 A A X , . 1311, 1lINl'Yill'Z1A .lam .x 2 T The Regrstratron Committee registers alumm of Gaston Hrgh School ln the hall of the Senior High School Bulldmg Former students are served refreshments at the reception held rn the gym HOMECOMING Ruth Leverett President of the class f 51 e cerves from Mr John Dur an Superintendent the plaque for having the most exes present at the Home commg game Ln- The alumm enjoys the Gaston verus Pme Tree football game from their reserved seats rn the north stands ON Master of Ceremonies Larry Alexander Intro duces hot lips Lokey and hrs rendltron of Sugar Blues STAGE Brllle and Bonnie West get set to glve out with their version of Hey Hey Good Lookin' GUSHER Manager Bonnie Poland pre sents to a representative of the band Dean Hancock their prize for the most attractive booth dt the Carnival whlle Shirley Burgess who represents the Homemakmg Club warts to recenve their award for the booth that made the most money Rev L C Kerans addresses the student body as a part of Gaston Schools observation of National Education Week Rev E S Shirley was also a guest speaker The GUSHER staff La was pleased to have Mrss Dorothy mour screen star of Paramount Studros and Mr Farley Granger movre actor for RKO Studros to choose the most handsome boy and most beautiful grrl at Gaston Selections by Mrss Lamour and Mr Granger were made from photographs by Poovey s Studio at Henderson Texas wifi ,rt Rf ww ys ,J n Af, ' 4 A I fi 1 F, kk W 4Ry 3 mf H 1 ' N 11 4 I X J Q as- x ' , "RFI 4g:X gi, ' vt Q 4 m 2 x ' j 1 lj 1 X f 'Ci s NR. GAS 7' ON! T E -JOHNNY PICKERING P 1.55 GASTONITE-SHIRLEY BURGE55 DALE CRAIG Agriculture BONNIE POLAND Homemakm g An eager Ind cflplhle student Bonnie Pol md 15 er ceptionally interested in all ph lses of homem lking Work Her ne ltness and her desire to lCq1llI'L, eorreet teehniques in lreas such is sewing foods home m magement child care, crafts md rel ltionships h we been outst mdmg characteristics of her work during the four x e Irs of home making cl lsses Bonnie h is ilso completed 1 summer home experienee and hls been in lctne mcmhcr of the local Future Homem llcers OI'g1l1lllIlOI1 hlvmg served as l1l9tOI'llI1 parlnment lrim for the Clston F HA ch ipter during 1950 1951 BILLY JOE VAUGHN Science Bills Y lughns eomprehension of science is outst mding hee uise he his heen '1 student of superior standing in all science courses offered in high school Billy s scientific studies hlve included generll seience, biology chemistrx ind phvsics u l in ll these courses he h is proved mv llu lble in setting up and carrying out experlme nts His willingness to learn in conyunction with his professional mtcrest m scicnee promises '1 bright future if hc so ehooses to further his studies in this ch lllellglllg field To e lrn this reeognition Dale has shown 'ln exception- 'llly high degree of efliciency in his supervised farming program as well 'is in leadership and citizenship training. His farming program started in his freshman year con- sisted of '1 dairy cow '1 dairy heifer -1 brood sow and some feed. Dale has expanded this program into sizable holdings of dairy cattle swine heef cattle equipment and other farm property. Dale also improved his home surroundings, pastures and orchards -md completed thirty skilled johs on the farm. In F. F. A. work Dale was -m officer served on three major committees, and participated in leadership and judging activities and cooperative activities. He has received the Green Hand Degree, the Chapter Farmer Degree, and will receive his State Farmer Degree this summer. TONINIY PICKERING Shop Fonnnx s pe rsistenee inel his de sire to inllee his vsorle the hest his without ldouht proxed l1lITl vsorthx of NX hos NX ho in 1rd l'oi his unusull llTllltN in e use ot ill the ineehuusin in the shop 'lonnnx llso de xes Ji XIHOHV his pro eets oi this xear are in ltilllllg, poster heels ot Ihlhpplne in ihoginx Because of the loss of the shop hnilding Tonunx wls unlhle to finish his heehooin suite lie toge thai xx 1th other cr ifts n his spent inuix hours ele un f ulel refinishing equipment el uniqed in the CllS1SlI'0llS shop fire The lltte r xsorle ind other piojeets show the pi ietie ll use to wlueh Tonunx puts his ti lllllllg SUE NILYVILLIANIS If nghsh Sue s ilnhtx toxxiite 1nelspe.1k eor reetlx ind to tlnnle ele irlx ind sound ies v lces ier in eoxeted position of being in unusull ind Ill OllfSfllKllIlQ student of Fnq is i C orre etne ss of spe e eh ind the re ul ing ot good hte r lture ire e xery el ly living to hcr. QA -Q i 7FTTA WII SON Physical Education For the' past four ye-urs the' quality of Ze-ttuls nhilitie-s in physical cducution has lie-cn olmse-rvcel. She' is ther typical stuelcnt for whom the- e'dne'11tion41l profcssion is se-arching and ll consiste-nt "te-ann worker" who is ple-using to hcr e-lussnizitcs. He-r intefre-st, he-r cnuge-i'ne-ss, hvr neut- ne-ss, and he-r pe-rsonril e-njoyine-nt of he-zilth, rccre-ation, and pliysie-nl e-due-ation give the- usportsh award to Zcttzl for 1952. I'-ug OPAL WHITEHFAD Llbrary Opll Xvllltthi lel IS one hhrlrx 1SSlSflIlt who e lrrles Ollt L1 l1lDI'llllll 5 felxorlte motto The It ls no llllllltt lest mg illlljl et OlllX lllllllte re steel pcople Op ll ls not 1fr nel to wllle flst, stoop Llllllll or hunt fOl 1 p lrtlclll lr hook for .1 stelelellt The reee lxer of the help eloes not 1lWelVS sax Th nlle X011 hllt th lt eloes not lone r Op1l s splrlts I elel slle g,l1es llel lll to the xelx next sehoo IH 1te who seeles 1sslst lllee He s Op1l xslth he r nlce ce1rrl1ge xolee 1nel fe 1tllel ght step s xer Cl hrirx lsslst ent BILLY ALLF N Soclal Sclence RFX FFRRELL M1th0m2tlCS lxlloxxlllg., th It lll lthe lll 1tles IS the mother of the SCI CIILQS lllll le lllllllg ltSll1IpOItlllCt lll the ltOlHlC lge Flex I e Ill II ll ls llltll eel e see lle el Ill tlllS fle lel ot .1e.1ele lnle work rlllltlllilll lllH eolnple tloll of three xe ITS of mlth Rex has he eollle slellleel lll lllllN img mel solwlllg the most ehffl Clllt pIOl1llIl1S llls llmllltx to xxolle Cllllf'llltlN 1fplOl7ltlTlS lllltll lle h IS ftllllltl the S0llltlOll xxlll prose most 1 1hllhle to Ile x lll llls lltel we le Blllx Xlle Il NX lll proll 1hl1 he eome 1 llXlIlf., proof tll It the stllelx of the SOCl1l selenees IS neeesslrx for he good Lltlllll of the moele rll worlel e Cell! when re lfllllg ellrren e xents lll the Ile wsp 1pe rs Ol he ITIIIQ the m OXGI the r1ello ree lll the hls tolle ll l5lClxQIOUlTCl of e leh exent tr lee It to the pre sent el IX oe ellrrenees l'lllS lhllltx IS one of the ll l or re lsons for B llw s hellg selected IS the 0lltStellIlllllLf stllele nt lll thls flelel of uorle Ile IS e xee llellt lll gn mg It ports lll Cltllllil re se 1rcll .mel lll prep lflllg ge ne r ll el 1ss work Ills Qlllft lllel se TIOIIS m IIIIM r whe n CllSCllSSlIlQ lllSt0I'N IS lll lllsplr1tloll to es Orxolle lll the el1ssroonl SHIP My WH as SHIRLEY BURCESS PllbllC"itl0llS I or th1 first tulu lll C 181011 lllSCOly tllm puhhn IUOIIS 111 ll'Cl h IS hccu lCCllXCCl hx the sum NlllClCllllCll'tXVOCOI1SCCllllNC 11 us Thxs 1 IIC 111s th1t the stuclcul Surlu luluss IS Sllptfl 111 IOUIHKIHIII Shulu 19 uou NClX!llg IS FClll0l of both C l9tOll puhhcltlous xt hcuu., suoud 11 ll Fchtox lll C llllf of th1 DI N ll S DI' LIC IIT ll1Cl r Hxst 11 ll Fmhtol ol tlu C ASTON CUSHER IS 11 ll Shu and the St1t1 Coutcst Ill 1 m Cllss 1 ICSII l 1 Mllllx 111 flXC IHIIOI cunts ol lllll Louhst xx Il SCCUllCl pllli lll tlu st1t1 ol Tens llll l1u11l1 of 1xpr1ss1m1,l11rs1lf 111 IOIIIII lllSllC Nlltllli, 1 md ut cxpu ss1x1 H11 llllllh tot11l1l1 1111 loh hplllg COHIIUOSIIIQ p llllllllg l lS hu 1 hoou to lmoth puhh1 ltlOllN 'I lll's p1st flll Slllllk 1 lppr 1r11l ou the SlllClC ut Iuogl 1111 lt thc T1 x IS Illgh School Irmss X OCllllC7Il t ljllllilll l11lol1 souu 700 stuch ts 111 Stlltlllg 111 1 ICI lllll lllgllll IC 111 If 1ll1l llll stuuul llllljl l1ls111 IS Clllllllg ilu Cllll stlou 111111111 lu pt hu lu fo11 tlu uoxul long p1st th: tum 1lloxx11l u CN h s C C 9llIlistlfIll11ltlu11 111 11 T 1 Nl ICN 11 1 llc to JOHNNY PICRKFRINC' Phvslcal EdllC'ltI0ll ohum I lClxCIlllQ s st llDlllU p1t11uce lllCl coopu lllCJll NX 1th l1lStL 1111111 1t1 s md co11h1 s ll IS llLIllllllllX 11 o11 llllll th1 lugh 1st honor of th1 phx SIC 1l CClllC1tlC,ll cle p1ru1cl1t 0llllllN IS l two 11 1r 1 tcr I1 Il lll lll of C lSf0Il s m 1101 spo s foot ull l11sl11tl11ll h1s1h1ll lllCl tr11l1 ohnux VN IS s1l1ct11l IS 1 Il1Cll1ll9I' of the Nll lJlSfl'lCl footlull t1 1111 tlus NCII' llld 11 IS 111 lrclcd 1 trlp to thc St1t1 Tr1cl1 M1tl1st111r ohuux s Illlt IC st 111 th1 H1 lcl of 1thl1t ics shoulcl lc ul lum to 1111111 lClClll'l0llll l1ollors lnIOIIl f1llo1s t1 IIIHNICCS 1u1l IS sou llC s ..,.1. 'a- BARBARA NIOORF lJl'HITldtlLS ll uh 1r.1h.1s 11lltl111qll.lht11sth11t111l111lllm1rol 1l1h111l111llC group should h1lx1 Shm IS .1 ll.1tllr11l horn 11ctr11ss who h111s tI11 1h11r111t1 r th1lt sllclspo1tr.11lllg 11h11ush1 18011 1111-st.1g11 Her 1oop1r1lt1o1l xuth tlu- chrvctor 1llICl VVlllI hvr follow actors h.1s uou lol hor th1spl11c1 u1 YVho s YVho Slll works 11s XXllllllQlN l5ClllllCl st11g1 11s lwforc thc .lllCllC'IICC' lu short B1lTlH1lT1l IS .1 r1'1ll ll0llpC'I' 2 . ' 3 Z . . : 1 c Q 1 , 3 1 '1 ' 1' 115 " 1 fi '1 11' 1' R A 1111111 1' 1 1 .' 1 , fll 3 Q., .' 'l ' ' ' 1l'.' . 1, f 1.' 2' ' 11, 1' Y F hor ' LIS 1 ' - I '- 1 C ' jf 1 I 1 ' he I' -1 ' LIS Cfo- 1 ' ' - I. 1' 1 1' . 1 11151 1' '1 ' 1x 'Ivy cut' 1 1 1' 1 1 I ' jo ll'll11llS . 115: R, f S 1l111l, RIS 1 lt ol 111' ' " ' ' '1 1' ' 1 " .' 1 1 , 'o ' ' 1 ' - ' A' 'Il il style that is C'CllIC'lY0, C'lC'1lI'. 1 '- is 1111 1-u1'i1lhl1' tr1lit. 1'1 ' ' 1' 1 1' 11 1' ' - j ' . 1 A, l1 ' 'IAQ 'xlli '11 ' ' 11' 1 1' " 1 11 ' 1 1' 1 ' '1 1 1 3 '1' 7 .1 ss "1 ' il 1 1 '- f - F' J 'Il J rq 1 ' 1 ' 'lj part of T11x11s. II111' poisv. l 1' ' 1 'AY1 1 1 las. ,- x 1- v 1,1 1 ' 1 1 ' 1 l Y V .A nf- --91 X Sh' 'l 11: s11l'1'111l l-UIII YC'lll'S ou thv I '. '1 5 1 1 -' ms 1 ou tl - IJliI1lClll'I', llIlCl h11r work l111s l11111u most SllC'C'l'SSllll. h- '1 1 C'2Il sl 1 1 'ill lc-11111 will lu' ll rl fill. . I J I ,I , Q l 1 Z' ,I V ,. rv. 511 1. 'v 1 .I v k ' . f . ' 1 1 1 '1 ' 1' 11 1 1.'1 1 1 1 H. lk. .'x ' . , ' , ' - X ' l ' 1- if K 1 ' 1- 1 I . 1 1 1t 1 .1 "'1'1 -"'1 l1t 1- 11l ' 1 111' .' 1 ' ' S rfb- 1 . 1. 1 , 1. 1 . 1 1 . J v va 5' L1 1 1 1 1 1 A1 2 1 1 - ' - ' 1 1 1. ' - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . . 1 1 YI ' 1 V1 x I I I W 1 1 1 ' 1. 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 21' -' 11 . I ' ' 1 1 2 1 , J 11 ' 1 I' 1 ' ' 1 I ' 1 ' 11 1 1 13- I . . I . L M51-sa-A, CHARLES HOLLAND Drlver Educatlon Ch lfll sh IS hc L ll 111 1 'cCLllu1t st11dL11t 111 ch lVt r 1 dllL'lfl0ll md lll bihllld tht whcd tr lllllllil Ili cututd the course wlth opt r1tor 11111 co111111c ru 11 opcr1tor hgensc s WhlLh Lntxtlt hllll to chwn Ill! txpe of 11111111 1 xupt puhhc con vu IIILCS C h uhs htlpful lttltuch 11111 hls 1lJllltV to 1111 lx IL md solu tr lfhc prohh ms wc ll of grt It htm fit to tht cl1ss IS 1 wholc Hrs III IIIV t1lks ht fort the cl1ss warn prescntt cl Wltll 1 flllllllllghlll ss md smu rltw th lt show h1s mtcrt st III 1111111111 wclfuc LARRY ALEXANDER Band Acceptmg chfficult 111us1c 15 .1 ch 1lle11gc. 111s Lud the fou11d1t1o11 for the outst111d111g ICIIILVLIHCIHS L1rrv l11s made durmg l11s sewn xe1rs 111 the h md HL h 15 Qlre 1dw begun h1S ureer Ill 1rr111g111g .md composmg musm It IS 111ev1t1ble th it he w1ll 1ccompl1sh success because ot hlS lllltlflllg d6VOt1OIl to musxe md hxs Iblllty to 1cLept respons1b1hty Though Larrx IS caplhle of plumg H1 1111 of the muslc 11 1llStI'llITlCI1tS he dedxe 1tes most of 111s pr 1et1s mg tlme to the playmg of the hr1r1to11e Through l11s 1'1'1llSlL 11 accomphshments he e11eour1ges hxs fellow students to 11 gre 1ter apphL1t1o11 of ITll19lC to thelr Ines I 1rrw deserves hxgh recommend.1t1o11 011 hls .1h1l1ty 111 the 1rt of muslc Hopmg to follow lll the footsteps of IHS lT'l 1ster Sous1 Larry has alre idx composed two m1rches hoth of VVhlLh have been pl wed hw the bmd VELMA LAYNE Busmess Her clesnre to ln 1r11 md her wllhng ness to do work 1ccord111g to the emploxers w1shf.s 11111 m1de Xtlml I succcssful husmcss studtnt Vehn 1 lb 111 lccur ltc spudv tVPlSt 111 ew mt proofrc uler 111cl 1111 1t com patent hookkuper Wlth her plc lSlI1g pLrso11.1htx md busmess .xblhts Veln11 Q111 become Ill Cmiltllt offiu secret IFN md 1 mood hookkecpcr ...nl x.A ,ny ,uf-40" Lua! ca 1111111111 EDUC pon U M ff ' +4 1. .. . - 'UV Barbara Traylor Representatwe Student Roses lbllllll represent so much beauty zn tlus area haue Income a tmdztzon on Gaston 11111. The 101122-SfCl7lll1C'fI l7IIl'lCfU wlzirlz Barbara is Cutting from the Imslzcs in front of the Cottage are the talk of the countryside. 5-1 Curtis Seelbacha President S E N I O R S Senior class officers, left to right, Bud Holland, James Myers, Barbara Steelman, Jerry Jones, and Barbara Traylor, lead their classmates across the auditorium 6 stage where every Senior since 1938 has received his diploma. .- Curtis Sei-llm-lm l,I'i'Sllll'lll llllil llllllklllll X'i4-1--IM-sirlmit -ILIINUS Nlyvrs Si'c-i'4't:1i'y-'l'rvznsiiri-r l3gu'lm1'g1 'liiiylm' Sm-iul Clmirmaui ,ll'l'l'y -Ium-s Sm-iul Clmirmim li ul 11.1 Stn-vlllniln llcpmtvi' S. UNIIC l, XYAIJIC Spoiism' SE IOR l 3 E N1 FRANK BENSON Bzlskcfbull, ,514 R115-1'I1all, '50-'52g G-Club, '52g F,F.A,, 151, Hisforirm. A SHIH - , LARRY A1,EXAE,E?fH'52, FCf'f3gQSf D1fxgP5L'z EQHCESS . Us DEQ '. , S,yxg'ga11t, ' 2S1.'j2f' , TLICIIT, ' -,-. 1 Wfvl. mud. 49- ,fm '51- C0-1'?l: CA,-27fPN c:1fq50?3- faflfmf Ld.1i0T, 49, Orchgb Y J lipry 09, F V - Hlgff 49 ,,,o .' ,Hawk H 110111, 2' ."- M' AHA., ' g-' "0- Swmi- -mu 1,21 a.?'. Bum, ,49 o2, PMN 1,1 fb .1L1,,fl, , Uma t, S V1f'1'-l'rp6kiI?f,1lrt, '5l,' Arpa f 1 tr' DONALD COPELAND Track, '52g F.F.A., 750351, SUIIHYIUI, '5lg Craftsnum Club, '50-'51g Football Manager, '50g Rcporiwr of Suplmmorc' Clussg Secrvtzlry-'l'n'as11rL'r of junior Class. - BETTY EVERS F.H.A., '49-,52g Pep Squad, '49-'52 zz f , ,, uzfv K., . KYIIIZI fugn' '51-' Who" Ugg, 1'U0!ball 1, -'M' D1-' Hvprg-S8 'S I 110 in Publi. Hynr C'la63., S' nlutwg, Stud' Halls-111, Sla1p,A,??0nf! Place in 7U of ma" "f fzmiur C 01" Sm-ml C 71:17:- 3 I -fl i DOROTHY FREEMAN DEVIIXS DELIGHT, '51-'52, T 1524 I".H.A., '49-'52, Srvretrzry '52g P171 Squad, '50-'52 1952 x BL D IIOLLAIND Ifuotlmll. ,50-'52, Baskvilxall, '50, lil", A., 319-'51, Srwuml Vim'-l'r1'.vi1l1'l1l, '51, Cfllfl.S'IlIllll Club, '50, Y'in'-Ilr1'.s'irl1'r1t, G-Clull. '52, Vic'v-Prmirlwzt of Sopho- morv Class, Yin'-Prz'.s'izlwzt of Svnior Class FI - My . ' ' fANK1 ' Y . - 1 h 1 Domrulg, ,QWSf,.,1. '-g,j?S Sg'fi?3'5, fifgnffit -mi,9Fl!10gv53 Y F.Il,A... mafivxl flq- U 1' Bixby, UU' 4' 'Aw '49-'50 SylixiltlvriiitIgurfxnf jmuor Class horal Club, 251, 151: Y . ' , -wa 'Q 1 Jaf 1 f ef 4,g,.g,fsQf 1 :.,: Z' ' ,L 'Ei X r 12.5-3 1 AMES HOLT I Football, '50-'52, Co-Captain, '52, Basketball, '50, Track, '50-'52, Baseball, '50, Craftsman Clulz, '50- G-Club, '52, Prcsidentg F.F.A., '49-'51, First Vin'-Prcsirlcnt, '51, Reporter of Fresh man C lass. we FRANK IIUEY Footlmall, '52, lirlskvllmll, '51, Base- ball, '50-151, F.F.A,, '49-'51, G-Club, '52, Dramalias Club, '52. BOBBY HUNT Footlzall, '49-'52, Co-Captain, '52, Track, '50-'52, F.F.A., '-49451, Crafts- man Club, '50, Reporter, G-Club, '52 Social Chairman of junior Class, 'Ol wi ES so S JERRY Dramatzrf flubo Socwl ball S0 5 C 1 s ??liZT7llUTl Of Stmof Us IOR JERRY KERN Football 50 52 Truck 50 52 Dru matzcs Club 51 C' Club 52 0 SAM KIKER ANICE MATHIS I c ASTON GUQHFR 52 Photo Prml Manuher FHA 49 52 Pap Sq 49 52 uacl Brlrkgflmjl 0 Ffdftsrngn 01,1130 Bflaclzrlll 50 59 C Flulz 50 51 Prfszrlvll Y 4,18 50 Vhos H7110 m 1,ulustn:l1 AMES MYERS VELMA LAYNE I Fmntmll, .30-51 Hmlutlulll, .705 DEVILS m5L1cHT, 51-52 T,,,,i.s-1, '52- l'.II.A. 49-52' Dmmutics Club 49-50. Track, '50- Busvlmll, 51-'52g Crafts- '52- C-Cluln, '52g Scc'r1'lury-Tn asurw of Scnior Class. man Clulz 505 Df!IlIll1fll'.V Club, 51- 1952 I TOMMY NICOL Dramatws Club 50 51 Band 49 51 Orzlzcstra 51 BETTY IE ON D AN PLA VAUGflN49N5L?lnrcl W1r11Pf:cS1U" lllflfxlirg 11C'Il7TT51 52 psf fCfaftS"""' mil llof 1ffg""""' 51 10 Co n11f?1STON Gvsrljfm Rc rescntgtwf' Quai? 0 lru1'hman 32 Plums! 55 r5,,5oB FHA 49 11 ra Class Vuce Pres of Fxgffs I lub 50 gorgidc 49 52 Cla-SS CURTIS SEELBACH Band 49 52 Orchestra 51 Dra matzcs Club 51 52 Pressdent 52 Representatwe Student of Sophomore Class Presndent of So homore Class Presxdent of Sensor Cass Class :man Claw pu nl lzazrman ROGER SPAIN At Pme Bluff Arkansas FFA 51 Craftsman Club 50 ' f"f0f!umo1 , su 'E BARBARA STEELMAN CASTON CUSHILR 51 Girls' Sports Editor F H A 49 52 Dramatrcs Club 52 Secretary Treasurer Pep Squad 50 52 Cheer Leader 50 52 Band 49 Football Sweetheart 50 Student Council 50 Junior Rep resentatwr' Reporter of Senior Class . 1 1 1 K ' 1 9- 1 1 1.1 N ' I - 1 I - 3 ,km . 1 ' D 'vt' l , 1 '-11. 'J 1:31 ' 4. 5 , 1 '- i 1 . - 4 1 , . , . A H -k, 5.11 , , lge' 1 ' 1 . .' , , . 11 I Q 1 1 4 H- -1 ,4. 1 t 1 , I A 4 .1 1 411' 1 . 1 ' , K LH 7 11 ' 7 A ' ' 1 1' -11' '. 1 ' p . ' 1 f . 1 1 . - 1, . A ' . 1 1 -, 1 , , . v ' I K1 , 1 1. - l. . I 1 M v. 2 , X C09 l .K ', I A 'vt ' ,?m ,gsL , , 1 xg,- ' ,iw X 1- '7 . 1 1 1 1 1:-:H , . . . ., 49- , , 1 1 ,, , , . K . I . , 1 I H 4,1 ' ' q ' ' I , Y I 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 ' 1 . 1 1 , , . . 1 -1 . 1 . , , , , I 1 1 1 1 g . . ., . - g - 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 I 1 ' 1 y I , I ' ' Y 1 ' 1 ' 1 ' I I ' . l . ' I 7 l 5 I 1 . 1 . I A 1 I - g 1 1 . D T112 YAY HIIOII111111 1 I I 11111111111 I 1 1 f Svurlf BARBARA IIRAYLOR ll S 1 1 If 111 7 17 'I 1 1 r X310 C 1 SI 111 1 11111 Il 1 1 Ifllllf C 11111 19 81111111 C 1111111111111 11111111 49 11 1711111111111 s f 11117 49 DU S1111l11r11 11111811711 S1 ll 1111 1 1 77 I r 11 1 S1 17 S1111 1 II 1111111 JI j1111111r 11111111111 H1 111 1111s 11 S1111111f11111r11 11 S11 I 1111 ass S 111 flltllflllllll S1 11111r C lass PAT SY WAI lxhli A 17 1 1 Slflllll 14 B II I ll: XX AI LILR II S sm 11111111 49 N 1 1ll1II1lII1llf1l1ll 3711111111 49 17 I111111r 1 1 11 5111111111 C 111111 1 D1 111111111 R11111 s111111 I0 1111 1 H11111? 112271 IIUC I r1111111111 1 C frlffymml C111 1 119 I ful' C lui' 0 O0 Sl ll llf 1 'Q' JosLP111x1 IH XTI xx Il 11 nm B111111 49 0' I .1 f- l 1 Y 1 I I A JI IJICV .I.I DQ, I I.'l-I."g, 11111K '- 1Ij 1'f11I111 , I52g Gm NI 1 Ilfli, '51-'52, Cir- 111' A1llI,Lf'l'. 'Sl 1,1- 1 ' I , , .I 'I I I 5 1 , ..., ' 11I'.I,4, 3,95 fI1l1, I-495 1'I.11.A., I49fI.'L., IIi1'1'- I 1'.s'i- Y ,,. v Q ,Sk I 111'1 , I51-2525 ,VII .I1111111, 72.5 .I 1' 1 4 J ' ,A Y LQYXH A Qlfj. .122 P1l1,,, I Af . JI ' X1'1I1tl11l'1'Q Wl111's XYI111 in 111111111 19l'17- I? ", ' 1 . i II' 'I II 1-S CQI1- II" 11111 'z-, I.' g.I " I ' 11111 1114 f 1, ' 3- ' 1 ISIS,-32,I 5 ,- Q1111'7I 111111, DI- 11111 " 111 .I111"1 I ' uf ' I ' I ' " . A ' -J IX A 171'fIfI ,If 1J1f1,1G11'1I, I51fI5I2, v 111111 I ' . I52g 1'I.11.A., I . -ITL., l'1 r- N X 15' 1'11 ' I52g Or1'111ZsA11'1, I.' I II7I A I - '11, If , I ' "cf 111113. 1 'I I ," .I'I II I 17.11. ., I49-I1'Lg P 'j .I 1, I1 J-152. , I -NL.. Dr. XVillis Sutton speaks to the Senior Class during his visit on the Hill. ' Moments To Remember . . .. "'T"V-If-4-.: Seniors of 52 en o a Cuban s ,fy 1 . ,C , Holiclayl' at the Presbyterian Church banquet for the class. A 41 4.1, Salutatorian Barbara Traylor points to the graduation date as she and Shirley Burgess, Valeclietoriun, look over the calendar of events for May. ,af Senior Kid Day , W -vi K' . .fe 1 at k . The "kids for a day" take time out from their eating to say "cheese" for the photographer. the me"Y'9"' - n . M Spln O ll 0 il . 'nie 'JMS like Thentixbeiofe Nu r0U upass . mg fhe rin I, l 9 I5 one f o the favwife 900-,es 0 f me "'0fni Hg. S N XXII L xrrx AI1 x IIICIL r Pfllllx R1 nson 'ilurlm Ilurgus Don 1I1I C OPCIIIICI B1 ttx Ross Iurs Dorotln I'r11n1 in Dorotln Ilns Bu1I IIoIlxn1I F'rinI1i1 Ilollox JIIHCS IIolt Frinlc IIIICX Bolvbx Hunt 1rrs Ion1s j1rrx IC1rn Sun Iulttr V1In11 I ISIN Crm or1I JIIIILC Xtxtlns IIHCS Nlurs I tu5,I1n N1Ison Tonunx Ni1ol B y I 'ln Platt Curtis 91'1'lIm'1cIi Rog1 r Spain I3'1rIr1r'1St n'n- lmwn Lotti1 Fwy Stroud B'll'IJ'tl"I 'l'r'1yIor Billy Jo1 x"tlll1l1 Patsy XV'iIk1r Billie VI"1ll1r Josephine Willrtnks NIC ICNIAXII' A11 1t1I1 I ILIIIIIIUL, B1tsx ot o C IC tus I r llllxll IIot Rod 1 fl x P11Iro CINC x I1 rome ICI1 lxt r on in I oun5, Bu CTC INC NIC In B01 p Curto I3-1 is F'11Ii1- Dilnples BTIIISC r .1 . Butch Josie Memories Of The Class Of 5 2 TRL ASURED POSSESSION C I iss rin5, C un IIICI fisInn5, rocl D1 unon1I ring I ur1 of N x I11 Coulaox Imoots Cllss ri 5, Sonnx IIITDIC In rvtm ts 'X1w C I1 unlurs R ingc N 1 C I iss ri 15, C lxnti Rom Nix IJ11I gl X Bill 5,Iox1 Rings C ri NIOCICI PI IIICS IILIIITL of P1 5,x Shut I' s 'Xuto S 1 'ml anim: s Cilnss ri 5, Ivp SC1tI'lCl Uniform C,I'1ss ring and wntci IIop1 1-In-st IIors1' I.1tt1rs from Kvnnvtli Class ring I Inslxincl I' AN ORI'I I' P XS FINII Composnn, tn1I lffllljllllt, music Hunting ind Iisung SI1 1 ping Ilting sluping Dlnung SI1 ating VI riting l1tt s Loxfing C ro1li1 tin Fislnng Notlnng FISIIIIIQ' B1s1Im1II FINIIIIIQ I3 ISC I1 ill B1 1n5, uitli 311 R1 11I1ng XII sports 1 SICCDIIU, Singing in Press 0fIi1'1' XVitI1 Sliirlvy Xiovivs BC'Illj,, "1A. ,. II'in5, II'itl1 C11Ii1' D1 irmt- ing IIuntin5, :incl fix 1in5, Dancing IRIIICI P'1rat1I1-s IVriting I1ttcrs to my Iiuslrmcl PU I URL' IIANS S ICN nn 1 C o 1g1 C ll 15,1 C olI15,1 xI1r OIIIIIIC ru IIOIISI 1111 C 11111551 C o 15,1 o xi 1 I Xtt1 n1I ACKNI C oII15,1 C o 15,1 Att1n1I ARM II orlt I n5,n111r IIUIINI u1f1 Co 1 A1 ron llltll tl IIQIIICCI' I 11r 1 C 1111511 .' rtln " -,'1 5 Cio I1'5,1- Itorlc Cfm 1' 1' llllt' EIQUIICTIIIIS ID1-in-I ling' I '1-r IVork 1'1'i1 - Att1n1I Rusi 1i1- ss CCJlIC'gC .f'5'h Coe Branch RePresent1t1ve Student 1 1f 1' 1 IS vcr 1 llllIllx9 flu may up the lonff vm fth 0 91116 ua llaflm f to flu top fanart 0 c llllllpllh. Fha Llltllllltl, was orzegnzfzlly flu unloarling point for all lmsvs when the road fll!'0ll,Lfll the campus was unpaved, sticky Clay. Tlm walkway acquired the name "Senior XVallcv years aaa when tlze ,grarluatirgq Seniors formed a line lzerc and marclzefl to the aua'itori1nn. 91+ i' Coe Branch tw President grew The raising of Old Glory IS witnessed by the Junior Class Officers who are left to right Bully Allen Clynta Rose Jackson Zetta Wilson Charlotte Thrash and Johnny Pickering Coe Br inch Billy Allen Clyntr Rose Jackson Zettfi XVIISOII Charlotte Tlirisli olinny Pickering CLASS OFFICERS President Viet President Secret lry Treasurer Soci'1l Clmirmwn Social Chairman Torn Graves Cnot picturedj Reporter MISS FANNIE MAE STONE and MR. R. T. MILNER Sponsors xr, Q I 'K- ip X , O , 69 .A f 'vg- f 1 I - ' . fi BILLY ALLEN 1' 'P in 3 I was G 1: . - 'fa ' 5 ,, 6' ' sl ' A I n ' 3 TEDDY BARTON Q .J f BEN BARKER COE BRANCH X JU ALFRED ANDEB5 Q1 BREIHAN LOUISE BROWN RAY CAGLE Sllppmg Around IS Bllhe Io M1It0HS contrlbutlon to the Semor talent show I 1 I 3:10 Q 'N 4 sq K 1 ' U 1 by M I R CLEMENTS DALE CRAIG CHARLES JOHN cH1sHOL CROCKER BILLY CAPPS OWEN DANIELL ax . I if A ON , if 6, A A 9, 9 '51 I mn K 1 ' I 1 I .,, ,'-:li I Q Q QA I if X 1 : W Fl !., fl -' ,,-V' na' -.,,, AI I 54, :in . 1 Q v A. V!! ' .1 .Q ., h ii L n , fgyuf , K IORS EDDIE DARRA W DEAN HANCOCK t f' Cgcn, 10HNS0N GH 1-' I i -v HELEN FESS REX FERRELL HELEN FORSYTHE I GENEVA CRECC sa , TOM CRAVES K 'nr- Clynta Rose jackson Iunxor Candldate for Band Sweetheart presents Barbara Steelman wxth a box of candy whlch the latter won ln a contest spon sored by Clynta Rose 'Z' 'CS '5- IIMMY JONES JO ANN KELSEY DAN KYLE AN REX HUDSON CLYNTA ROSE JACKSON N LAMBE f, 44 '9 I 1 4 , f I E 3 Q , W..- :ea h 5 w ' 43 lv A as , , .uf .. E . T ' , - y . , 1 ' , f'Ax Q f fs 7 A . 9 fm Ask Q' 0 I .Ty dry' K , , Q. Ei A - l ' WV.:. yew? ,, D' fr '4 "' ,' fit' eff' ,S d V J.. In f- ffyx 4 xx ' 'M V ff ' , 1 I 1 A RT CAIL LEWIS ur1LEFJELD ROWENA MATIIIS JOHN MEADOWS f Ugg, 'T 9 v JOB LONG A H BOBBY TOM LOKEY LUNCEFORD JU SU E MQWILLIAMS 96' RVSRB 'N-4. Room mothers Mrs C C Allen .md Mrs J C, Crocker ud Dean Hancock and Gall LCWIS lu plannmg the Jumor Chrxstmas party .ad 'lf' 5. JEARLDEAN MOORE NY WANDA OWEN JOHN PICKERINC JERRY MERRITT 113' I 4 Q J - ' .,s - G Q Lf T -1-' ' , Q J 9 ' , yur . 6 a I I N, X ,r - I X V 5 A Lv I K x HJ. Q , S L.. ' ---' Q ' sr -P g , ' Af-1' V t ' W x v QE W . J . I 3 ' A A J XX ' ,, O J 'X K K ' 'fi-.i'f'gj3?x , - ll ' . s 4 F s 1 Q' xx -A 43-J ,,, Q. Q S Q' , r . ,U ' ' 5' f " 1 , . R - 9 pllifl 0 1' . I O R S 5' I I I ,I . A ..,. EMILY THERIOT I -3 F fi - 1. X .H Z. . "af f I A Q I . MARY JOYCE ' I - X' ' SMITH ROY SELLS IOAN SPAIN fry. EEL ONP-LD B D W S TAYLOR gf? 103 ,AW 1:- DURWOOD CHARLOTTE THOMAS THRASH BONNIE THOMAS Tom Lokey Barbara Brelhan and Ann Lambert are on thelr way for an afternoon of ad selllng for the unlor Class edxtlon of the footb 1ll program for the Carllsle Gaston tllt fa TUTTLE PATSY WALL JIMMY WALLACE WANDA ZETT DONNIE WILLIAMS A WILSON Barbara Cha Representauve Barbara enyoys Ioungmg on thc grass m the shadow of the Yuccas On Ia y Qprzng days after lunch and befor: bus tum tim becomes a faoorzte spot for numy C II 9 students .mg HCC Student Y' X Barbara Chance Presldent aw 1 515 W f ii. 'A - ,- HF,-552: c Q if A ,P Mi.. in F lli ' - A fimw git? U , V, i'1.,1Q:"F 2 wi 1.5, ,Lf Q h.x12gQE:' 1 f 1 I 'f ,. gyytr. 5 5?-wa AWA fi 1 w In '. 5- ' " S5'fwJ"iQ'1,wby JF- " ' F l,'I'i?'fL.g-gtxif-1' . . . www' Q ' , , , - ' A - ., fa :JM-W Q- H I 1 L. K, f 1- ,-pw? if' I WJ v-.fJ'.M . . N . 151-K :ffa-y I I ' I , 'If . 7 , . , i . A v - w , 2.1,-f -j ' ' ' 1. ... A x X ' YF Roasting weiners at a favorite campus spot behind the gym, the Sopho- more Class officers are, left to right, Lenard Hardy, Pat Capps, Gloria Stroud, Donald Pool, and Barbara Moore. CLASS OFFICERS Barbara Chance C C , President Lenard Hardy Vice-President Pat Capps so as Secretary-Treasurer Gloria Stroud do Social Chairman Donald Pool C Social Chairman Barbara Moore as Reporter MR. JAMES DODSON and MISS ELLA BARTHOLD Sponsors Barbara Moore swats the local fllrt Pat Capps durmg the pres entatlon of Hlgh School Daze by the jumor Dramatlcs Club Boyfrlends Darwm Walker and Leon Wlllxams look on m astomsh ment ANDERSON ARBARA BOB CHANCE JO ANN BARKER EDDIE BEENE DIXIE BERRY PAT CAPPS 3 nk nf' I MICHAEL CRYE VERNON DAVIS THOMAS DRAKE WILLIAM DRAPER Af' COOPER S o P H o M o R E S Sm C, V I - 1' I 2' pf-A ' N .,o h ll f 4 i, ' X I. k X , pt ' p ps in '. A 1 , - gl I . I lil ' I so B - I In ,W x r W if E . ,1 xv . P, +P' I ' L ' .X K I r A ' I 5 A 35- GREER RUBY ANN HAYS DELORICE DOROTHY HAL HUNT h HUGHES HUGHES BARBARA HARDY Kimnu-: HARRIS FRANK JoNEs Spic and Span is the motto of the sec- ond year homemakers as they don bathing suits to clean the out- side of the cottage. SOPHGMORES ix A gi f' 9 Q . BILLY LAMB Sophomores make thoughtful declslons m votlng for thelr Representatlve Student TROY LINCECUM MARY SHIRLEY MANCK MCCLENDON .8 BARBARA MOORE BE'I'TY MOORE VOLA MURRAY IOHNNY NICOL BLA C i L M.,i1i?52,iTm S 0 P H 0 M 0 R E S ED W A A ' u Qs 9- ' ,O .... ' ,. 'll x l , ks My uf, 'A W Eli QQ ' - " . A f xx TOMMY PICKERING SOPHOMORES 3 DONALD POOL JIMMY PYLE A DARWIN WALKER BILLIE WEST 9 O gf W A THERIOT GLORIA sraoun 1? A OPAL LEON WILLIAMS WHITEHEAD CLARENCE BOBBY WOOTEN THOMAS Betty Moore entertams the Englxsh II class wlth her book revxew of the Lzfe of Stephen Foster by playing Vafl ous songs wrxtten by the composer S Yvonne Waller Representattve Student 'lhe trunk of thzs unzque he nt tree makes a comfortable perth or Mount It zs hcheuccl that this tru, and sc uma? others on the C a.ston campus were so hant years ago to mark Indian trails fhrough the woods of Fast Fexas. Lonnie Traylort President Freshman Class officers, left to right, Shirley Nations, Clair Branch Bobby Burns, and Donald Bates, look at the oldest trophy that the school has earned, however, a number of the old trophies were destroyed in a fire CLASS Ol"FlClCRS Lonnie Tmylor Shirley Nations Clair Bx'zmcl1 Donald Butcs Bobby Burns PI'l'SlllCl it XllCl'-Pl'0Slllt'lll Svc'l'0tz11'y-Twzlslirvi' SOL-iul Clmirxnun Pwpm'tcr MRS. RUBY HUDSON and Nlli. ll. D. li.'XWl.lNSON Spmisurs 2 4of4 BILLY ADCOCK 4 f DORTHY BELL ANN CASSADY FRESHME pd' MILTON ALLEN 'Wu N: 1 ARNOLD I O 'J' JIMMY CLAIR BRANCH SHIRLEY BRADBERRY BRISTER MARGARET DANEEN DICKESON CRAWFORD i' JACKIE BARTLETT Q 411. BOBBY BURNS XXX Shlrley Natlons and Yvonne Waller harmomze on Now Is the Hour and brmg Slghs of pleasure from thelr C H S audlence 10" f 4915 Z' 0 ANN CAIN GENE CAPPS FRESHME PATSY DUJLCN Q REED FRANKLIN Km-K T JONES .46 SHIRLEY ELROD BOB FERCERSON OLIN DEAN 36" f FLOYD HANCOCK CARROLL HARRIS JO HOFFPAUIR Hot muslc St LOUIS Blues SIZZICS from the Hnger Ups of Betty lowers FISHER fx " ROY HUNT BOBBY KICHTLINCER WHONIA FORSYTHE GLORIA JONES BETTY IOWERS MARILYNN MANCK ff C J I . K 5 Rx " g 1 I I' b d 1 . gk-5 I -A - - 3 1 " A 'V .F . Q A 4 , Q " E- 'Q .SQ'A , R. 5 ,L L hx xffrx 2 9 a'I, ' ? av 1' , X as sk IW C. J. . 1' V 'I gf -w -A 4 4, TOMMY MARSHALL DARRELL PATRICIA MATTISON MILLER fX SHIRLEY N ATTONS KAY NEWCOMB I HARLEY SEWELL BARBARA SPAIN 1 PATSY SPIVEY FRESHME 15 .2 ERMA LEE MITCHELL 'Q' fd LOVELL JEAN CHRIS ROGERS PYLE VVILLIAM PACE Rayneda WIISOH whxrls m a dance rou tlne on the Varlety Show JOHNNIE Monnow WF! 4? q,,,-Q '53 H or-3 AUSTIN STROUD It-if -A ff . , 1 W l ' ' C ff I 1 . x 9 ! - .,,v I 3 ."j't A : 4 .A x - -'A ' 'A I . A , f f , I ' , 5 L' X Sa f' s J . 1 " T I 49 j I . Q AVF' :hi ' fr: if MT?IQ:: VL l '16 'QP' PATRICIA TAYLOR DLE. HASKEL WA NEVA WEBSTER FRESHME U' yu ,Q , 'gb' - s 1 O PAT THERIOT LONNIE TRAYLOR f BILLY WAGCONER Josua WAGGONER 'I' ,Y Donald Bates paddles a mean Plng pong ball as he takes part 1n the campus tournament LENA RUTH VAUGHN WILLIE TYUS P YVONNE WALLER MARY WALKER BONNIE WEST RAYNEDA WILSON J 10 5 I R WRIGHT N I ml X' Q: "cb . Q K I I by ' JJ L I ' F I-1' A -9' X' A A . 4 I, A A fig, 'K JC I 7 4.3 .l A - . ee., ,,, ws---. """"""vvv-1-Wy. :ISK V wx. "Hn"-vy Charles Penmngton Representat1ve Student Fuery Castamte recalle wzth pleasure the PS flow when Charles szts It as a eantahe spot rom wluch to wave at elassmates ar mem on the lmves anal makes a per ect frame for the red and gold maple tree he low W1ll1am Klllmgsworth Presldent I X 1 ,Ca mavnifieent view from the huge west win- ' z , . ' . ' ' ff f . K. ,Q I 1 f I ' I 1 Q - On the staircase, left to right, Charles Pennington, Beverly Blackwood, and Bobby McKenna, Eighth Grade Class officers, exclaim over the intricate '32 design which marks the date of the construction of the senior high school building. CLASS OFFICERS VVilliam Killingsworth President Charles Pnnington Secretary-Treasurer Bobby McKenna Social Chairman Beverly Blackwood Reporter MISS EMMA JOE Mr-BRIDE, MR. JOHN DENT, and MISS LILLIAN WATSON Sponsors M1 EI GHTH L . ' . Q .., S - 'P A LW GENEVA WANDA ANDERSON ARRINCTON A i - is 452 "' Q -Q JEAN BAKER N 1 ANABELL Effie" , ' .Sf ww '. 'Ol 0, . A v -' NANCY BIRD 9 , , A JOYCE CALVERT . 4" "' Q 4 '55 6' J ' Y g MARY IO BLACK k .VYA C AARON COOPER "" E BEVERLY GUS COPELAND -- b ELACKWOOO , 1 I A ff" , "C,C A 'S - g"fA.: .auf i "Pgettiest girls in Castoni' is the compliment paid Eighth Grade boys on initiation day. HOYT DUCCAN I' 3' A BOBBY GILES A 'N NAOMI ELROD v U WADE GRADE III II X NNN K LI I IIUDSON -, CI um Jrxmxs I Jxxls c x uxux F- ,.s XIII OS IIUXT 5 I DNN ARD IXI I C I XL C OOD -'nm IIoIJs0n wups Inttcl tm us mul pm 1 x1II gl s N4 I pu XII-X CIII IIIIIIll l I Nr JOAN IIAIIDI BILL LILLINLSXX ORTII IO ANN IIOBSONI NIARILIN LINDA LOVVE LAYCSTON V I ,Aix IQ' V3 3 :sf ' : . I ,1 ., ir, W KM' ,101-ix jo, p m ' -- -I I-mls L, Vx .IN . witl " aiu Dunk uf NIc."i in thvir 1 IIO ' ' 'I 4 - ' -,"'I'I1- Curtain IQ-II." sf ' ' 54. ' : , I III.-X ' ' A Q ' mx -is I CIIIICICII 51' III.-Xf I QIZII . W v 5-3 N . ' - E 1 . ci. I J J 4.,I- ' 9 , K x-- I.. T5 MARY IO BOBBY MLKENNA NILALLIS TER ns. JIMMY MLWILLIAMS N y..-5 I au. 'iii T7 OE NILOL '14 NIARILYN NYE EIGHTH Fw 'px DOUCLAS MLNEI 4 MAXINE MAHAN PRANKIE MATIIIS 0 noi LOIS PACE CHARLES fl- "" 3 PENNINCTON -hmmy McW1ll1ams gently extmcts the tooth JAMES f B bb McKenna m the1r VCI'SlOI1 of Trlp to 0 0 y ', ROBERTSON the Dcntlst u-Q. EARL MOORF ,J X I N 5 BETTY IO REARDON Q B L R ' R"-, ' 9 ' J, . . 'J . T ,R Q13 Q' -. . f ' g L .A ' I ,1 , . , I , E ! ".lQ1'lz if h I '. 1- A U ,, K: H S' 1 ' ' ' Q-R w Y? , ' A ' .J x W V ' f t I I E 5 A ai, ' 1-:THEL MOHPHEW j,,.f, X. 9 Q' .' ff y . , . f X B 1 ' K B as x Y ' T Tw f 4' ,. A, 1. ,Z Ap W M041 A bex J X I 'KJ ,, .. i, 'gfxi fi' .V . - f ... K 1, -72 y'i ui GRADE L-of 11 NANCY SCOTT ik: ,J 'S BOBBIE SEAY Frsh Mary jo Black receives from Semor Barbara Traylor a corsage of omons for bemg chosen the best lookmg Erghth Grade boy when the glrls were 1mt11ted mto hugh school BUDDY SEWELL ? 'Q IOHN STEVENS W STRICKLAND 1 E? i MARSHALL GAY TAYLOR THOMAS RICHARD THERIOT WAYNE THOMAS Q ' BARBARA wAccoNr-:R FRANCES WALL DELORES BUDDY GLENN WESTBROOK WHITEHEAD WILLIAMS 4 6 I wg-,G -r A , av Nj 4 I xx ' Q O V re ,. -Q 2- A M 4 QL A I . ' If - . I' 6 5 u n . X . . .2 I 1 . . . . . xi ,Q I? ' ia! V' -Q I ' A D I ' .0 SL V- Q if V 'JQQ ll 4 J' ' D V lg If I- - ,. .no K , . Q L.. 5,-I F K Gd 5: - I f" .A I S . ' 7' ,,, I I I . I 1 . I' . Y 7 K lf. 'A nf EIN?" 'N 1 A -..fra I ':9'rA"' Km 11 , ' ' -WM. 5 Ts? -- 4 1 33- --Q ,N fgg '4 L A Ji1?ff?' 14 C' fx "xx V1 , wwe ,, '-,,, I W Q? ' f ' A V 5 V W , "T XX ' ' :M : ' I I I Q t . ' I f- ' ' ' lf? " v Ml ' Wi .ahh ' .-.-., .-.W f Q T' .Q .,, TQ.-."'f" V '3 v -4 ,Z .L .. 'hd- p N' , il' ' ' -B Q 0 M Qu , f 'L ' Q' Q 1 Q . '- 41 Q2 L I L 1 1 ss 111111 111111 s11111111 IS 1111 s11111111 11111s 1 11111111 1111111x ll 111111 111111 111111111111111 111111 111 11s 111s111111 1' 1 s 1 1111 1 1 I1 X 1 ll 1C 1x1 VI S1 111 1 Il 1111 111111 11 1111111 11 1111111 s1r111111111,,111 111111 111111 111 I1 f,lIlSSlSS' 111111111 1111111111111 111 11s111111111111111111,, X 1f'f I1 s11,Q 11 1111111111 11111 1111K 1111111118 10111111111 s1111111 1111 1111 1 SPQRTS O 0 0 o I I I1 1111 11111 s11 1 17 11 111111 1111,g 51111111 s1111111111111 1 11111 Il 1111 9 ,,1 1 11 llll 1111 1 1111 11 1 K s1111'111 11r I1l11lll1xll1111ll1 1111 111111111s 11 111111 1l1xl 11111 1711118 111111 1111 s11111111 111111111111 1111 11111 111111 11s 11s 11111s1111 I1 1111 Il 1 1 rs 111111 Ill s111111111111 111 1111 s111111111s 1 1111 s1111 111111, 1111 1111 Deul 5111111 1111s 1111111111 111111111111 1111 1111113 1171 11111 S1IIlId1f1,L 1111111111111s111 11f 111111 K 11 S 11111111111 .. 1 Y 2:11 - , ' 221,11 '4' 4 -' , . l"'YJ,.f1, W .. ' ' ' A1 II '1'l'.'.'11l'! 1 ' 111 '-" 5 ,-1-11 1111 .s'i111i ' 1 K. -"'l'I'l1 11 1.s' ll'1"' ' '1' 1111' - " gf ' ' ' .11 ,qt 1-Xf1'1'1111'f11'.s'1 1.11111 -1. '111 1111111 11' 111111 1 '11'1"11i11 " 'I11. 1 .1 ' 1 fl11.v11111'.s' 11111.v1'111. 1111- R111 lJ1'1'1l, ll'l1-Y 1111111111'11 111 5 H X, tl 19.1. .111 11111 1111112 1111' 11111 11'11.' 1C7111ll'H 1.9 '1111 A A ' ' l'll."1-11111g1 11-'11 X-1111 l'l 1 " 11111 1111111, 111 1 ' 111 - ' 5 1 1- .ml S111 " 11 1111 '111'H1'11J1'1'i1111. 11 " 11' 1 i11- 11' -'S 1 "11,,f ' ' .'1f '."l11 ? 31 cos L A STEPHENSDN aazmguv-fsAqx ' mme nu:-r-nm: . ' 1 X . W' coAc H ff V f big. , -, , 'r I . , 'xii -.Q n l BOBBY HUNT- END CC'-CAPTAIN 26 WILMAN arming-6 D A , A' ,'c.l'Ek t VAN HAVERBEKE CCAC H 13 51 JAMES HOLT--BACK CO"CA'PTA lN ' ., Q 4' ,ff Closely pursued by Carlisle players, Pickering skirts left end to set up the all-important touch- down to tie the grudge game. 6-6. THE SEASON Castonls Red Devils started the '51 season with a bang by defeating the highly favored Troup Tigers by a count of 19-13. Later the Devils had to forfeit the game because of play- ing an ineligible player. Two weeks later, however, the Hill boys redeemed themselves in their game against Chapel Hill when james Holt went on a T.D. spree. With good downfield blocking by his teammates, he scored three times before the JOHN CHISHOLM End BILLY ALLEN Guard JERRY KERN Tackle 6'9- Red Devil Stadium was the set- ting on October 5th for the game of the season-Gaston versus the Carlisle Indians. The entire first half was played about mid-stripe with both teams being forced to punt five times. In the second quar- ter the Devils threatened when they went to Carlisle's 12-yard line on the fine running of Coe Branch, Johnny Pickering, and james Holt. A fourth-down field goal attempt deadlock. by Charles Crocker wentwide, and DONALD POOL half. His 20-yard pass to Bob Hunt cinched the fourth touchdown. the half-time score stood at 0-0. After Carlisle scored a six-pointer in the last half, the Devils had to come back to score in the last quar- ter to save their five-year reputation of remaining undefeated at the hands of the Indians. A screen ass from james Holt to johnny Picker- ing and excellent blocking by Bob Hunt and Bud Holland did the trick, and the game ended in a 6-6 Back AT A GLANCE Another thrilling ball game from start to finish was that in which the Overton Mustangs managed to defeat the Gaston Red Devils by the score of 20-18. Starring for Gaston was Charles Crocker as he threw one touchdown pass and set up another T.D. with his beautiful passing. Coach Steve's boys "pulled, the upset of the season by tying the L. C. Lions 7-7 in a hard- fought game on the Hill. "Rosy" Branch scored the first T.D. of his football career by plunging over from the 4-yard line. The following week, parents of the Red Devils were honored at the A game. Despite the numbing- corfd weather, Johnny Pickering scored 4 T.D.'s. The entire G.H.S. bench was emptied in the last half, and Arp's Tigers remained score- Branch scoots across the goal line for the Devils' only score against L. C. REX HUDSON Guard less. Gaston lost two additional one- touchdown verdicts in their games with White Oak and East Moun- tain. Red Devil scores in the White Oak game were made on Iohnny Pickering's 55-yard punt return and on Coe Branch's center plunge. Gaston's inspired eleven played their best and final game for a cheering homecoming crowd on November 16th. They adminis- tered a sound defeat of 26-13 to Pine Treels highly rated Pirates and earned laurels in both offensive and defensive playing. CECIL IOHNSON Tackle ?"N DONALD REEL Center RAY CACLE Back RED DEVIL SQUAD Left to right: First row - Billy Allen, Johnny Pickering, Charles Crocker, Ray Cagle, William Draper, Lenard Hardy, Ben Bar- ker, Manager Dan Kyle. Second row - Coach Leo Van Haver- beke, Floyd Cooper, Bobby Hunt, Iames Holt, Bud Holland, Donald Pool, Cecil johnson, Rex Hudson, Vernon Davis, Bob Anderson, Bobby Wooten, Head Coach L. A. Stephenson. Third row - joe Long, Tommy Pickering, Tom Graves, jerry Kern, Frank Huey, John Chisholm, Donnie Tuttle, Donald Reel, johnny Nicol, Iames Myers, Leon Williams. SEASON'S SCORES C PLQRLE . I . 'If' S BHCAQROCKER We They 'Troup ,. .,... . ...19 13 x BEN BARKER Gilmer 0 25 Tackle Chapel Hill 28 12 Carlisle 6 6 Overton 13 20 BOBB? WQOTEN Leveretts Chapel 7 7 adde Arp , ,, . . .26 0 While Oak 13 20 East Mountain 13 19 TOMEEEAVES Pine Tree 26 13 ig 'Forfeited FLOYD COOPER JOHNNY NICOL LENARD HARDY TOMMY PICKERING Center Tackle Back End ., L Coaches Van. Haverbeke and Adams give last-minute instructions to Junior Co-Captains Branch and We They Hunt. S C O R E S Overton . , ,18 White Oak , W0 Carlisle Y,,,, . 19 Pine Tree ,, 0 East Mountain ,, , , 13 Leveretts Chapel 21 Gilmer , ,,,, ,,,,, , , 21 JUNIOR SQUAD Left to right: First r0w-Mana- ger Buddy Whitehead, Johnnie Morrow, Edward Ivey, Douglas McNeil, Charles Pennington, William Killingsworth, Wade Fergu son, Bobby McKenna, Richard Theriot, Manager Cene Capps. Second row-Coach Len Van Haverbeke, Reed Franklin, james Lynn Robertson, Clen Williams, jimmy McWilliams, Gus Copeland, Wayne Thomas, Earl Moore, joe Nicol, Marshall Thomas, Aaron Cooper, Frankie Mathis, Buddy Sewell, Coach james Adams. Third row-Roy Hunt, Bobby Burns, Cordon Rogers, Billy Adcock. Lonnie Traylor, Donald Bates, Clair Branch, Floyd Hancock, Darrell Mattison, Billy Ray Waggoner, Pat Theriot, 1. R. Wright, Austin Stroud, Olin Dean Fisher, Har- ley Sewell. IMPS Despite a dislocated wrist, Hancock sprints around right end for a substantial gain in the Imps' battle with the Carlisle Papooses. W BASKETBALL 'E N I fx, xxx 1 X X 2 K f . I x f 1 " l " l DONALD POOL Forward - 5'9" Y S C O R E S Conference Non-Conference We They We They Carlisle 7 C43 32 Rusk 335 38 Leveretts Chapel , 56 30 Carthage 32 31 Chapel Hill . C 49 29 Carthage 37 42 Troup C 1 , 1 40 44 Rusk , C 332 31 Arp 1 C so C45 37 East Mountain 36 34 Leveretts Chapel 46 36 Kilgore so 32 48 Chapel Hill euuee 156 32 London is C36 46 Troup uuuuu 41 45 White Oak , C34 36 Arp 1 56 36 Hawkins 7 ,34 54 Carlisle 3, . .,s,s 51 36 Overton , Y 338 26 East Mountain C31 32 SAM KIKER Forward - 5'l0V2 ,,,.-v--' "' Into the Troup friy Colch Steve sends Rosy Branch, who this ve lr served the Rc d Dex il te lm is captain for his se cond eonsetutne ye lr In his four years as basketball co ich Co uh Stephenson h is sent two teams to State and one to Region 11 SQUAD M EM BERS Left to right: Manager Boh Anderson, Lenard Hardy, Billy Allen, Hal Hunt, Johnny Picker- ing, William Draper, Donald Pool, Ray Ca- gle, Coe Branch, Il. Littlefield, T o m m y Pickering, John Chis- holm, Donnie Tuttle. Y-AN COE B, 51 Guam CH 01 Y Chisholm and the Arp center go into the air for the second half tip-off in the last home game played against the Tigers. JOHNNY PICKERINC Guard - 5'8V2" A ,. 5 1 t at t Q Q 11: we RAY CACLE Guard - 5'9Vz" Cagle tosses a quick one through the net for two points against the Arp "Bn team. Jog Centjv CHIS er x 601 ,,HOLM DISTRICT CHAMPIONS Left to right: First row-Marshall Thomas, Glen XVilliams, Gus Copeland, Charles Pennington, William Killingsworth. Second row-Coachlames Adams, Frankie Mathis, Lonnie Traylor, Clair Branch, jimmy McVVilliams, Manager Johnnie Morrow. Third row-Austin Stroud, Roy Hunt, Floyd Hancock, Don- ald Bates, Olin Dean Fisher. 1: f it X CONFERENCE SCORES Imps who received gold basketballs for All- Tournament awards are Clair Branch, at Carlisle, Roy Hunt, at London and Gaston, Lonnie Traylor, at London and Gaston. Hunt outjumps a Carlisle de- fender to part the net for a field goal in the Imp-Papoose tilt. Troup ,S 5, Carlisle Arp Leveretts Chapel Chapel Hill 5 Overton at Carlisle 7 Y Overton , , Leveretts Chapel Chapel Hill WVe They 41 21 27 22 26 22 55 15 53 27 37 27 32 17 36 17 45 16 35 I5 12225 BASEBALL SQUAD Left to right: First row - Sam Kikcr, Vernon Davis, jerry jones, Donald Reel, Ray Cagle, Coe Branch, Johnny Pickering, XVilliam Draper. Second row - Mr. Lco Yan Haverbeke, Coach, jimmy Jones, Frank Benson, john Chisholm, Tommy Pickering, Lenard Ilardy, Donald Pool, Cecil johnson. BASEBALL AND TRACK Pitcher Frank Benson delivers a fast ball across the plate for a strike. TRACK TEAM Left to right: First row - Mr. Leo Van Haverbeke, Coach, Ben Bar- ker, james Holt, Sam Kiker, Bobby VVooten, jimmy Pyle, Jerry Kern, Thomas Drake, Leon XVilliams, l Donnie Tuttle, Troy Lincecum, 1 Donald Reel. Second row-Vaughn Nelson, Donald Copeland, Billy Al l c n , johnny Pickering, Coe Branch, Lenard Hardy, VVilliam Draper, Hal Hunt, Ray Cagle, james Myers. Ben Barker, the first runner on the relay team, gets poised for a take-off as the remainder of the team-Ray Cagle, Coe Branch, and Johnny Pickering-wait their turn. XJ , ' I i 7 9 ar Sunil 1 'Q . I 5 , B H l Q It' THE GIRLS VOLLEY BALL TEAM Left to right: First row - Rowena Mathis, Patsy VValker, Lottie Stroud, Zetta XVilson, Dclorice Hughes, Bonnie Thomas, Patsy YVall, Ruby Ann Hays. Second row-Barhara Stcclman. Dorothv Freeman. Barhara Moore, Bonnie Poland, Helen Fess, joan Spain, Helen Forsythe, Mrs. Ruhy Hudson, Coach. The girls that take P.F. on Caston Hill participate in seasonal sports which include soccer, haslcethall, volleyhall, and softhall. They also learn a numhcr of individual sports which can he used long after they have gradauted from C.H.S. This group of girls must meet a requirement in health as well as in physical education. GIRLS' PHYSI fi 'Tf"'tn.e,"S:s.' 4,1.A . ' H5151 SI" . "",,.,f-8 Q. ' !'A' ' N' A -W - 9" "i-J""'+ Ek 33-WI Pfart of the thlrd perxod tumblmg clfnse twkes to 16 1 r 1-'L 'AU PI'dCtlClIlg thelr Serves m badmlnton are Whonla Forssthe Len'1 Ruth Y lughn P'1t9w YV1lkLr Barblra Trlvlor, RIWIILCII Wilson 'md Pltrlcll Nllller Counting the hefxrt he lk as A part of thur hullth Evervone gets m the fact when It comes to foldmg program the fourth penod class concentrates on towels thmt fare used by the glrls m Physical Edu countmg while Mary Ioyce Smith checks the txme c'1t1on by Prof' Milner s watch Nb- K Eel Y V, K . I . C44 1 K X X 4 4i . 'JP 2 X P ff ' , ,nf -,f . xx' ' Z ' 9 . - t If , ' 2 . X W .1 ' 4 XX X. L' tu" Q 1 Y , 1 4 , 3 4 . ' or -if A A--:M W x, My 'L 5" 1 . N J..-I E ,V 5 6 ' , Q 'K 4'-hw'-v ... . V W . ' , Yr v 4 1 4 4 1 V 1 1 4 4 , 4 .I 4 ' , 4 4' 4' 4 pf ,. 1 ' 'z , ' . A ' 4 2 . if ' " '4 1 . 4 . . . , . C I 4' V . ' 4 ' 44 1 - 1 4 . . V 4 Q Q4 - if R? r, . 4 X .M , . N - ,- ' I. , x ' 4 x I 3 I ,I WM ' 's GRGANIZATICNS I L ' - dc 'T Nix.. 4 L,? Q, Ls I .V 'L QS f ' 6, IW "lTII1 IHWIII I'fIx1fII'm.1,vrIf1 I I AX .rlH1I IIIHIHIIYI ' X, 33 N Irfmfl N1..'.'f 6 INN IUIIIU IIIIIII IIIIIIINVIIIIVIIQ II14' Q-Q! g ' .IfI. If wf-imllifllwm ffl f.1lxIw11, IIIIIII 11 !I1IIIlll'I' Qawxj VI I'.'II'l'1,jf If f1ffIr:IfnnIIn'I1iII. IIN prp WIIIIII. xjnfrIwlr'rI IW Him I.II11 Ix14'I1s', llxll-N I U7 mlwmf III llfif, 'II1rn'In11r Irwwrr mr III1'.s Iw',11I ml III Iwflffltffllfw. Im! I'1'51'lII1'!I Inn pmzrrl Ilmf II1r'r4' 111 I f1fr1wwxin1flI4 In I11'1'rII1fI41lll' IIl4'llIIll'I'X in II11' Iirxf IIIIII .kIlI:Ifm,fI1 lflru IIIII :ml Inlvv' unIIm'1nx IIN' Iirxf 114 111, MII 1fII'Iw,'x4 uI::If' 1'tlI'lllJIlIlI xIciI'I,x. f1mlIffIl Imp .mv , , In M l,'ff1'IIlI'Ilrlfhllnlxwj 'In' I'M-m rIl1I1 rm 'HIM fx. v, . '. 11 I I ,X . mlm .f1'11fl111:1'rI III IFMQ, IIIIS Izrvl spfm X I. Illvu U1 I I I zwrlwr IIN'fmtn1gf1r11:IIl1mv frm I 1If,nm'fIwI IfI'Ir1I1fIIl14':' n11'lr1Iu'rx. IIN' I'.I'. X. IIIIS 11 I 1f11vI1Iw MII' wrz IIIII1' n1'g,!r1r1i:fIIimz !1!IIIHLj I1 I Y IIVIQ IH N ,1- Co-Editors Betty jean Platt and Shirley at Burgess beam over the display of cham- pionship year books and awards. J In the art department, Rex Ferrell prints a title as Glenda Jenkins inks in a drawing. if Sue MeVV1 Assistant Editor lects layouts from mer projects while ' . ' I 24? in 1: 3-'We' . 'W' ' YQ out Editor for aearvesi' away on a ture. johnny Pickering and Ruby Ann Hays, Sports Editors. get a ball layout. kick out of the foot- Class Editor Rowena Mathis alphabetizes the Freshman classg Dixie Berry, Feature Editor, compares photos of ear- ly classes, and Club Editor Cwen Daniell compiles a list of club members. S132 -fi-'P' 5 .5 '.rIl" ' , , 'VS vvld-": C'-,P .' ,,,, n,..f...1r., A A f' :MAY - r ' X ,Wm , ...L 15 A - 'hw-is Q -L-f . 'W " "- , ,W V .....,.,. , V ...--r..,,, . G. ,,, , ..,-, -., .. V H Q . .,..,, , ,, X MV , . 4 "V" i i N 4 . ... .-,, ,, , I 'af uouuo: lfv 'via Bonnie Poland, Business Manager, checks the candy supply for a ball- gilllllk Her assistant, Patsv WVall, folcls popcorn boxes for the half-time rush. Stall Photographer Cordon Rogers gets his camera reacly for action. Ian- ice Niathis, Photo-Print Manager. files a picture. CUSHEB Sponsors, Miss Virginia Knapp and Miss Ruth Kirkham, examine the new typewriter. Barbara Traylor anrl Zctta WVilson, Cir- culation Managers. make the graph climb on their yearbook sales chart. QQ' . 's.... Gloria Strourl ancl Barbara Chance, .Mlvcrtising bfanagers, leave for a morning of arl selling. ,H-4 ,- Sue McWilliams and Billie Wal- ler, Assistant Editors, check the spelling of o word on a stencil they are proofing. 'Yi is 'l Larry Alexander slips his story into his box while Gloria Stroud reads the latest paper to arrive in the DELIGHT mail bag. ..g., Ruby Ann Hays writes at the dictation of Tom Graves-just one sport helping out another Sports Editor. fs C, Q4 L.. ...ati A Shirley Burgess, Editor, corrects stories in her favor- ite spot-on top of the table. DEVlL'S The DEVlL'S DELIGHT was organized under the sponsorship of Mr. W. E. Showers and Miss Lockie Harris, September 29, l939. The paper had been published prior to this time under the titles of "Hilltop Talk" and the "Gusher." Mrs. Onie Wade published the "Gusher" as a printed paper in l937. No files were kept on these publications. Bill McGarvey was Editor and Jack Suggs was Business Manager of the first DEVlL'S DELIGHT. Just after Thanksgiving during the term of l942-43, Miss Virginia Knapp, a graduate journalism major, became the adviser of the DEVlL'S DELIGHT. She has held this position for the past ten years of its thirteen-year history. During the entire life of the DELIGHT it has won four State Cham- pionship trophies: l94l, I946, I947, l948. These were awarded by the Texas High School Press Association at Denton, of which the paper is a member, Also it has received five All-Texas awards from the same organization. The lnterscholastic League Press Conference has awarded the DELIGHT five Distinguished Merits and four Awards Zetta Wilson types copy as Velma Layne corrects a mistake on a stencil. The "gang" gathers the .J of DELIGHT on paper day. .llig 4? E 1 DELIGHT of Honor. The National Quill and Scroll organization awarded the DELIGHT an International First Place Award in l943. Two students have brought honor to the paper staff. Jimmy Suggs, in l950, placed second in individual journalism contests at the State Meet at Austin, He participated in Class A competition. Shirley Burgess placed second last year in the State Contests in Class B. This year the paper received an All-Texas rating and entered Larry Alexander and Shirley Burgess, Editor this year, in the journalism contest. The Press Office has been moved three times in its history. lt first occupied the room on the second floor that is now used as the movie projection room. ln l942 it moved to the old rooms vacated by the principal. This office was on the first floor just inside the entrance. In the fall of 1950 the Press was moved to larger quarters on the second floor. These quarters were originally a part of the homemaking laboratories, then the teachers' lounge, and now have become the home of the DEVlL'S DELIGHT. Dixie Berry licks stamps for her mailing list. Barbara Traylor draws headlines on a stencil. ii .. if Betty Jean Platt, Print Manager, prepares to re- move a drum from her "pet," the mimeograph machine. 1-. -t iiiiiii i Patsy Wall, Assistant Print Mana- ger, gets a few pointers from Miss Virginia Knapp. F71 xnf' Coe Branch and Johnny Pickering, Sports Editor and Assistant Print Manager, check the assignment sheet on the bulletin board. 1 if X. if Tommy Marshall and Gordon Rogers, Junior Sports Editors, combine talents on one of their stories. 4.1 O 1 x JUNIOR DRAMATICS X Shurley Manck as Mrs Max well makes her husband S J Fox clean up the house for the dreaded vnsnt from her eccen tnc uncle In Uncle Toms Crabbln Hercules aluos Floyd Cooper who IS masqueradung as a gurl Introduces himself to Mr Parker played by Ver non Davls who he thrnks IS rlch Uncle Tom Junlor Dramatlcs offlcers assemble props and make up for o play They are left to rlght Mass Emma Joe McBride Sponsor Barbara Moore Presldent Rayneda Wllson Vlce President Shlrley Manck Soclal Chaur man Marnlynn Manck Reporter Assisted by school friends, "Doctors" Cooper and Giles prepare for the "operation" as Robert Forsythe, the spoiled little brother, plays deaf and dumb in "Pampered Darlin'." ,av , . ,gp---"' The .Iunior Dramatics Club, composed of Freshman and Sophomore students, was organized in 7949 be- cause of the large number of students that expressed a desire to be a member of the organization. The club was organized under the direction of Miss Emma Joe McBride who is the present sponsor. Members of the club presented three outstanding one-act comedies during the year. Various members of the organization played parts in "High School Daze," "Uncle Tom's Crabbin'," and "Pampered Darlin'." CLUB MEMBERS Left to right: First row-Mary Walker, Lovell Jean Pyle, Jo Ann Barker. Second row-Yvonne Wal- ler, Whonia Forsythe, Shirley Brister, Pat Capps. Third row-Neva Web- ster, Shirley Elrod, Opal Whitehead, Mary McCIendon. Fourth row- Margaret Crawford, Barbara Hardy, Leon Williams. Fifth row-Ann Cassady, Jimmy Giles, Johnny Nicol. Standing-Floyd Cooper, Robert Forsythe, Vernon Davis, S. J. Fox, Darwin Walker. Kid brother, Hal Hunt, interrupts a courting session between the local- flirt, Pat Capps, and her stolen boyfriend, Darwin Walker, in "High School Daze." ,ff- A 1334 Q Q 4 , ' N ' nv " s . I Eb - to WT l . l Ianice Mathis, chairman of the degree committee, presents Velma Layne with a Future Homemaker pin and the certifi- cate for her junior Homemaking Degree. r-K New members of the club prepare to take their pledge during the candlelight initi- ation service. x f 5 1 U Headed by Marie Tisdalv, President, and spon- sored by Mrs. Pi. C. Flowers, the Home Economies Club was first organized in 1936 and has grown in its sixteen years of existence from a group of sixty- seven girls to its present membership of seventy- seven. Although the first club was not an aililiated chap- ter, the organization became a member of the Texas Association in 1937. Later, in 1946, the chapter became an affiliated member of the Texas Associ- ation of Future Homemaliers ol America. This year, 1952, marked another milestone in the history of the organization. Three of the Future Homemakers received their junior Degrees in home- making, the Hrst girls in the history of the Gaston chapter to reach this goal. At the October meeting outstanding guest speak- ers for the organization were Miss Edna NVilken and Miss Virginia Richey from Stephen F. Austin State College, who spoke to the girls about the various degrees in homemaliing. Later, in November, the CLUB members were entertained by Mrs. Finley Ross of Joinerville, who related to them various customs of the Syrian people. A young man enterecl the picture in the spring when the girls electecl Bucl Holland their F.II.A. Pin-Up Boy. Other activities of the year ineluclecl a cancllelight initiation service, a trip to the State Fair, the an- imal Christmas party with Mrs. Onie XVade as guest speaker, a sock bop, a tour of the Pilgrimage at Natchez, Mississippi, through colorful slides and narration by Misses Ruth Kirkham and Virginia Knapp, a George Washington party honoring the Eightli Grade girls. an emblem service presented in assembly tluring FHA NVQ-ek, the spring Area IX meeting, a family buffet supper, the animal state convention in Dallas. and summer camp at Lake- view at Palestine. Officers distribute gaily-wrapped gifts to the members at the animal Christ- mas party. :OPI l-L My it f At the George XVashington party Eighth Grade guests are servecl refreshments by the thircl year girls. 1 is--A 5 I 5 xg '-3 New As a part of the FHA NVeek activities, the officers of the Gaston Chapter present the emblem ceremony in assembly. Craftsman Club officers work on some stools from the burned Industrial building. They are, left to right: Bobby XVooteu, President, Lenard Hardy, Vice-President, jimmy Pyle, Secretary-Treasurer, and Tommy Pickering, Reporter. Not pictured - VVilliam Draper, Social Chairman. Although the Industrial building was burned this year, the Craftsman group C011- tinued their work in the old cafeteria building. The organization which was started in 1946 by Mr. O. A. Barnes, reach- ed an all time high in membership this year with twenty boys taking an active part in the organization. CRAFTSMAN CLUB ,Q Mr. james Adams, sponsor, cheeks the tools in the supply room. Club members show their projects, left to right: Robert Forsythe, Vernon Davis, Clarence Thom- as, Kimble Ilarris, Bobby Luneeford, Cecil Iohn- son, Bobbv VVooteu, Trov Lineeeum, and W. A. Theriot. 1 t Other members ofthe organization work on the desks scorched in the fire. They are, left to right: Donald Reel, Roy Sells, Rex Hudson, Hal Hunt, jimmy jones, and Billy Capps. fi ,'i 1 O 'fr' Al 1' , ' f r . I K " . 'Q . , -, J as .. ,I ' '. ' "' .1 W QQVW Q f I .Bti X Barbara Breihan, Wanda Williams, Billie Waller THE GASTON IHGH SCHOOL BAND MAJORETTES . XX, X XX x '4 x xxx XX X 'X s -if ,j . V -.r 3 iii r Ns in ,f I Vola Murray, Ann Lamhert, Sue McWilliams CLARINET SECTION Left to right: First row-Shirley Burgess, Charlotte Thrash, Shirley Nations, Betty Jean Platt. Second row-Dorothy Hays, Gloria Stroud, Pat Capps, Dixie Berry, jimmy Bradberry. Third row-Patsy Spivey, jean Baker, Aaron Cooper, Bohhy Giles, Mary Io Black. CORNET SECTION Left to right: First row-Curtis Seelhach, Tommy Marshall, Billy Joe Vaughn, Tom Lokey. Second row-jimmy Giles, Billy Lamb, joe Long, Darwin Walker, jimmy Pyle. Third row-Mary McClenclon, Hoyt Dug- gan, james Gray. V if-5 fi , 5 ..:, , 5 - ':"', xx? pil X ' 'ws-1-.'l,z ' v Ev ' I Q 1 ! E F a v s X-f w DRUNI NIAIOR Dean Hancock 4 , if X v X , :,v.f 'Q- Pat Capps, Billy Lamb, and Cloria Stroud show olt the beautiful quilt, made by Billy's mother, that the band members solcl to help raise money for the summer band trip. The twirlers form an arch as Drlun lklaior Dean Hancock escorts Gloria jones, Band Sweetheart, oft the foot- ball Held. WOODWIND SECTION Left to right: First row-Marilynn Manck, Ann Lambert, Cail Lewis, Clynta Rose Jackson, jo Ann Kelsey. Second row-Billie Waller, Betty Moore, Iearlclean Moore, Josephine Wilbanlcs, Frankie Holloway. Third row-Sue McWVilliams, Kay Graves. DIRECTOR Mr. john L., Buck lv 1 1 LQ FLAG BEARERS Left to right: Charlotte Thrash, Patsy Spivey, Shirley Nations. Th e Gaston R 'z I 'I Q ed Devil Band on parad e. The Gaston Red Devil Band under the direction of Mr. A. O. Lively came into being in 1935. There were twenty- five charter members. In its seventeen year history, this musical organization has received many outstanding awards. In 1936 the organi- zation was chosen as the "official band" for the Oleander Festival in Galveston. Later that year, it was also selected to represent District 17 at the Texas Centennial Exposition, the band was judged as the most outstanding high school band present. This year, the band has participated in five parades, entered twenty-two musicians in the solo contest at Com- merce, performed during the halftime at football games, and has given two concerts for the public. To climax the year, the members of the band plan to take a trip for which they have been raising money. Larry Alexander, student conductor, leads the band in peppy march. BRASS SECTION Left to right: First row-Billy Capps, VVanda YVilliams, Io Ann Barker, I. R. Clements, Larry Alexander. Second row-jimmy Wallace, Shirley Manck, VVade Fer- guson, jackie Bartlett, I. T. jones. Third row-Dean Hancock, Buddy Sewell. PERCUSSION SECTION Left to right: First row-Sara Fergu- son, Barbara Breihan, Betty lowers, Barbara Chance, Gloria jones, Blanch Maynard. Standing-Gwen Daniell. Caston's three soloists who won a first division at solo contest are, left to right, Tommy Marshall, Barbara Chance, and Tom Lokey. ,gf ' Gaston has had a Pep Squad for twenty years, during nineteen of which it has been a uniformed organization. Every football season the girls of the Pep Squad have added color and spirit to the games and presented entertaining half-time performances, The members are loyal supporters of their team and have helped to build a tradition of good sportsmanship at Castou High School. Their pep and Q Q ia NX - ZETTA XVII SON M Cntr them with tlu fighting llrd Dull spirit 3 Krrbs Through tlu xc mrs it has bun sponsored by various S' r BONNIE POLAND Plix sic rl Education tr ichr rs BARBARA MOORE The Pep Squad prepares to take their place in the north stands to root for the Red Devils --............., 515155 K .A L 4 amass S umm . egg THE FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA Left to right: First rout-Reed Franklin, Ray Cagle, Donnie Tuttle, Clynta Rose jackson, Chapter Sweetheart, Donald Reel, Mr. H. D. Rawlinson, sponsor. Second row-Bob Fergerson, Lonnie Traylor, Billy Wfaggoner, Billy Lamln, Hal Hunt. Tlzird raw-Olin Dean Fisher, Darrell Mattison, Donald Bates, Michael Crye, YV. A. Tlzeriot, Kimble Harris, Durwoozl Thonlas, jerry Merritt, Dale Craig. I Fourth row-Pat Theriot, Austin Stroud, Clarence Thomas, Roy Sells, 1. T. jones, Frank Iones, Thomas Drake, VV. S. Taylor. Fifth row-Chris Rogers, Haskell XVarlle, Bolzlzy Kightlinger, Lenard Hardy, Joe Ed Nolzles, Floyd Hancock, Harley Sewell, II. I. Liftleheld, Willie Tyus, Troy Lincecum. FUTURE FARMERS QF GASTON Johnnie Morrow proudly exhibits his white- face feeder-calves at the Henderson Stock Exchange. Reed Fr11111c1zn 9110109 1119 QIQCICCII up 1301111111 Bates 111111 II111 Hunt keep ll tzght rope on 1111 10 u,11111e9111e 1111111 buyers 111611 I I A 11111111119 111 CVOOIII I1111C01np1111ys F11 ture I l1fl1lC'I' 131111 111 fhe LlLl'S'f0C1x C'01n11119910n hum 111 111 1937 the I11 A 0 0 1111 1110 1111 1111111111 11 111111 11111111111 I11!1lL1!1HII11l1 1011111111011 Il 117171661 6111119 011 the H111 'Iu1111y 111111 1111111111119 9711111901111 1111 11119 lflllf 1111 11117111 111111 1111111111 rs of 1111 1771111111 1111011 911011 Mr T I F101 111 r elected Angus 110111111 IIS 1111 17151111111 901111 Il lllf 111119 11011111 1111111 1111110111 111 C 1111111111 11n1l 71111116 H1111 111' 1111 1110 191 C 11911111 CIIIIIHC7' 0f 1111 I 1111111 I11r111er9 111119 111 1111' 511111 F1111 1n D1111119 111111 111111 111 1111 II0119t0n Fat of A1111'11e11 910111 911011 111 1936 Mr I1 I7 1101111119011 1111 111131111 971011901 0 1111' 1111' 111111 11 1119 111911 011111111 Il 1111111111 11111111111111g COTlfP9f 9p11111911r9111p 1111 11111111111 11118 l119f!11g1II1S11Fl1 1191111111 111111111 1 ll IL a Sfllfl 11011111 111 1lHl1lfS11lj7 0111111519 I 1111111 11 su111 99 111 111 ur 1111 1111119 11111111 611111111 111191 11119 1191111171 1 81111111 I'ng111eer Dzck C'0I11119 111111 Mr F1111 511118 0111711111 9111110 the 111111, 71111119 11 the new 1,0111t1011111 1111111111111 111 1111 111111 0f 1eer9 They are let to rzght Donnze Tuttle P1es111e11t H1111 Faggle Fzrst Vzee Pres1 dent T1'0ljLHlCLC1l71l T111r11Vzee P1'US'1f1f'1lf 191110 C' 11110 fre11911rer Clarence Thomas 90ngLe1111'er W' A l11e1111t Sergeant at arms Kun 1718 II11111s, P11r1111111e11111111111 11116111161 C1116 II1st0r111n, Jerry Merr1tt Reporter 1311110111111 T110111119 q67lt111l"1 V1 I1 D R111011119011, 911011901 N01 p1et11re1l C'11a11e9 Crorker, qUC1C'fU1Ij 9 f 1 , 1 1 1 l 1 . ' I - I 9 I ! 1 1 1 I .. 4 1 Q ,1 A 1 1 4 A 0111 'z 1 ' C L, '. 7. . is 111' f ' ' 111.91 rg 1 ' 7 1 ' "' Q 1 ' ' rg fi 1 1 1 7 1 9 1 l ' l, K' 9 1 ' ' l ' -1 1 I I ' . ' Q , , 1 1 l x f ' , ffi . , K. 4. , , . , . 9 ' It 0V,LZH1li3Uf1U7l. 111'1'111111' 111111-911 101 1111' ,Qr111111. l'11111'r 1119 1111111 111 C1Il.Yf!11l 111111 11111-r 1111111 131.91111-1 111 11 1-1111111.91 111 Long- . K ' ,Y 'Q ' 'v. 'l., N 9.1'Cg T', .I 1 ' v 1 ' 1 A S011 . ' '.I'..' , 1 ' ' '1 '!l1'1. . , A 2, , , . . h , 11 , 1. 7 . 1. J K Z V 5 . - - J ' 1 - . , ' 1 . ' , 1 f 9 f 1-qv a 1 - , 1 , . . , 1 ' ' , ' ' 9 1 N a ' s . 1 . , 1 1 4 V ' 1 , ., 1 , , 1 . , . . . . . 1 I 1 I , 1. ' 1 ' . CLUB This year marked the organization of the G Club for the second time. The first organization was begun in 1936, but was discontinued after that year. The club members who have to have eamed a letter in one of the iour sports, initiated the Eighth Grade boys and also the first-year letter- men. Left to right: First row-Ierry Iones, Tom Graves Iames Myers Bobby Hunt Bud Holland Iames Holt Ierry Kern, Sam Kiker. Second row-Iohn Chisholm, Bobby Wooten Durwood Thomas Frank Huey Donald Pool Billy Allen Frank Benson, Iohnny Pickering. Third row-Ray Cagle, Dan Kyle, Rex Hudson William Draper Iohnny Nicol Floyd Cooper Vernon Davis, Charles Crocker, Coe Branch Fourth row-Leon Williams, Lenard Hardy Donald Pool Tommy Pickering Cecil Iohnson Iimmy Iones Ben Barker, Coach Leo Van Haverbeke Sponsor Club officers make plans for a party. seated-Curtis Seelbaeh, Presidentg Tom Lokey, Vice-Presi dentg Barbara Steelman, Secretary-Treasurcrg john Chis holm, Social Chairman. Standing-Mr john Dent, sponsor Charlotte Thrash, Reporter. They are, left to right DRANIATIC SENIOR DRAMATICS Sponsored by Mrs. Ruth Showers, eleven High School students who were interested in acting combined their talents in 1939 to form the first Dramatics Club at Gaston. Since that time the club has functioned yearly. The most outstanding performance given this year by mem- bers of the club was a serious play entitled "The True in Heartf' J S CLUB Left to right: First row-XVanda XVilliams, joan Spain, Helen Fess, james Nlyers, joe Long, Billy joe Vaughn, Nlr. john Dent, sponsor, john Chisholm. Second rowqllorothy Hays, Barbara Steehnan, Lottie Stroud, jimmy XVallace, Curtis Seelbach, Frank Huey, Tom Lokey. Third row-Helen Forsvthe, Ann Lambert, Dean Hancock, Tom Graves, Gail Lewis, Charlotte Thrash, Barbara Brcihan. Q, 4 -hulk. B is I- I Among the many beautz ul tlnngv on C aston Hill are the rloguoorl New that blnssom Lac h sprmg, They arc symbohe of the beauty that may be found among, Ihr, members of the student body The rst bfaaty of C'avf0n Ihgh School um se lcctefl HI 1936 although the selectmn of the hand some boy m C H S wav nut bc gun until 1946 The Mt beauty :Las E1 clyn C nas the boy Bally Cane Irby PERSGNALITIES GASTONS MCDST HANDSOME BOBBY BURNS .QA GASTONS MOST BEAUTIFUL GLORIA TRGUD YOHN OHISHOLWI BUD HOLLAND FLOYD COOPER CURTIS SEELBACII 'J 1-df A. 5 RATNEDA WILSON CLTNTA ROSE YACKSON I ws, 11 .kg 1 1 BARBARA STEELMAN SHIRLEY NATIONS 3 SWEETHEARTS OF G. H. S. Glenn: one! rl S Shirley Bllfgagff 1 IZ S G? Cbmfez Ro!e h?d6,6.i'07Z FPAS Bull Holland F H A 1 Up By Mr Dee Lee Thomas Prmcipal With their small son, Lee, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas enjoy a quiet evening listening to Walt Disneys records for young children. Working on his hobby, a coin collection that he began during VVorld War II, Mr. Thomas sorts the various kinds of coins and bills that he acquired during his overseas service. IU ICR HIGH A D ELEME TARY FACULTY "CH UIQ? INF! I? KIIARD SIXIII C II U71 rf: Inns Sfllfl Co 0 c IS Sfcplunl Xustzn tatc 4' C C MRS XISI X COOPER URS 4171 'U XI' C'ROOIx IXIII CII XCCOVIANISI XNIJ SN plzc nl Xustm ite RI CI PTIUNIS7 1 c c BS am VR9 I'ISII V XI D1 VT IxINI7I IIC XIIII N QOIIIIICHI Vdlmzlzsf CIHIIIS tu l CS A VRS IRPD DUINV MRS ,IC7IC'II PIIIOTT MISS IIIIDX CAUT ICICIIFIICIIKDI ICICIIIIICII DI INIIICII Slfplzrn I Xustm Smfc East Inns Staff Icaflzus SUIJIIIHI XNSIHI N111 ...I 0111135 and V 1 4 c L I3K1mr V Wx MR O77IE C'HAVIIVC QIYIII C RAIN Sfephen F Ausfm State C'0IIe,gc B S 'NVQ 'Wx MISS DRFFBY HASKINS MRS VEI FRA HENSON MISS NELL HOLLIER IIRST C HADI IOURTH GRADL IIPTII C RADE East Texas State Teaelzers Steplzen F Auvtzn State North Texas State College B S Colle e B S and M A College B S 3 SZIEISQDF KF 0176 7,eAf?lAN ETCR OfCK,,'pr?li1Sll'gf 'Www 'lllusuf 'luv MRS. ANNIE ILOID MR. BOB MILLIORN MRS. CUSSIE PARKER FIFTH C RADE SIXTH GRADE MUSIC Stephen F. Austin State East Texas Baptist Stephen F. Austin State College, B.S. and M.A College, B.S. College, B.S. and M.A MISS MARY LEAK FIFTH GRADE Texas State College for Women, B.S.g Stephen F. Austin State College, M.A, f . MRS. BONNIE BELL SMITH FIRST GRADE Stephen F, Austin State College, B.S. MHS. MYRTLE SMITH SECOND GRADE Stephen F. Austin State College, B.S. 1G14 31139. HKS- with GRADES' B F501 A Ba? S 1 QS - .1 Tm B-5- La SC Duc :LC v MRS. RUTH STEVENS FIRST GRADE East Texas State Teachers College, B.A.g Stephen F. Austin State College, M.A. SA JI, ' MRS. LULA BELL MISS BILLIE SUMMY MRS. LURENE STHICKLAND SECRISTARY YVACCONEH THIRD GRADE Federal Institute SECOND GRADE Stephen F. Austin State Stephen F. Austin State College, B.S. and M.S. College, B.S. MRS. MAUDE ELLEN WHI TEH EAD THIRD GRADE East Texas Baptist College, B.S. l , I THE ELEMENTARY AND IUNIGR HIGH SCHOCDL BUILDINGS IUNIOR HIC II SFUDI 'VI' C OUNCII 1111 3111111111 C111111111 1111111111s111 11 11111 111411112118 1111111 6l1L1l 1111ss 1111115 111111 111111 11,1111 111111 111 111891 s 8111111111 111111111 111s 111111 11111111115 fplll 111111111 1111111111111111 1111s 111111 11,11s 1111 81111111 11 S11 1111 1111118 U 11111 11111111 1111 811111111 Bus 1111 111111111113 1111 1111 111 T1 111 11111111111 1111 1111710 811111111 N11111111s 1111111 81111111111 1i11ss011111111s1111 F111111 111111 Henson D1110 11711611 P111r1c1a fllllllfl D1111C111111111 1V1lll1x1117111x V1 1311 I11 1111111111s S111111s111 1111111 D1111 C'r1s11 M11r11 11111111111 111111191111 1111111 U Il 5111 6111111119 U 11 111 11111111 P11111 1111111 f'1111111r 1X!111II6'Tl'l1'I1.f 11111 171111 111 H 11111111 111 1111111 111111111118 111111 811617111111 1111111 1111111s11n 1111111 W111,1,11110r 111111111 111111111 A171 11111117111 111111 u1I,,SfIl . 47" .. -QQ., WOliKI'R9 C ET OUT A COPY OF IMPY FCHO IQIH' 1111 510111111 111111' 1111, 111111111 111111 11111111' 1311 S ECHO. 1111812711114 111 1111,11s11r1. 111 i1.s 101101- 11's. Stuff 7111111111119 1111, 11 1 111 ri 1111: Miss A1'111i111, K1,111r, S111111s111'- P1f1f11 Rovers R01J01'fGf' Miss 13111111 S1111111111, S1111ns11rg 14011110111 Rogers, 110111111015 11111 1'r11n1c1in, Assis11111t Editorg Iim- 17111 E11i1111, R01111r1crg R01101rc11 CIISSIII111, H011111'101'g T1111111111 S111c1cC11, E11i10r. SEVENTH GRADE MISS HILDA GAUT AUDITORIUM Ac:'r1v1TY REVIVES Tisxixs 1nsTonY Ln-ft to right: Turner Wloocl, joycv Ilutcliins, Peggy Rogers, Mnry johnson, Doris Munck, Sylvia Dollar, Nanny Mvuclows, Yol- lnn lim-ts, Bolmlniu Ann Drake-, Align Wlritr-In-ircl. Wkxriclar Dunn, llnvy Dnlv Crisp, Miss llilcln Cunt, llcrlicr - Hnglir-S. Ti-tl -Ions-s. llnsscll llnclson, Bon Arnold, Billy Nefnl Hoge-rs. ocl Franklin. Not I7lL'tlll'l'll'fElNVyIl Str-clriuiir. 4- SEVENTH GRADE EXPLORING-SQCIAL STUDIES MRS. ADDIE BONNETTE Left to right: Seated-Willie Dee Lambert, Martha Greer, David Caglo, Eldon Hunt, Rex Barker, Rebecca Carssucly. Josie Grunt, Nettie jo Beull, jmnvs Clil'll3ltll1lIl. w , 1 A w I Stmulilig-Sidxicy Westbrook, Kcllcy Waggoner, Larry Cooper, Tommy Stnckey, llarry Stone, Betsy Musick, Slnrlcy Lnytlne. Carolyn Craig, Linda Croft, Ann Newcomb. M N SIXTH GRADE ARCHITFCTURE AROUND THE VVORLD MISS INEZ BALLARD Le ft to nght S1 nte 11 xt duks Hahn Xnduson Clnttu VV1QkS Betty vm Lvons CCOIgl'l NIM Ilmgock Sc md It tlbhs INIIII NV1gst1H Don1lclLu Eolsxthc lums N111 Duke-5011 Lum Goss Nlllx Lou '1hLl1Ot B 1115111 T1y10l xvlllill SllllttllSVS0lfh Shull P111 Nhss Inu Blllud Cu 11d Euls Mllcolm Txvlm Sfllldlllp, lxuul lyllllll Nwmx Txlbott N111 XV1ll11ms Lhules VV11g.,ht 'lcuv luck Doulld IN1col Nklba Hunt Bubbly 0 xvllltllll ul Not Plktlllkd Cpoxgc oms Nllkn Ixclhv Miss Batty K1lCl1C1l12llIlxLf 10l7lSfll8 Iunwr H1111 Iumpmg mpc' zs one of the fauorztc fICflblf1L.5 on the faculty at mul tum as musza teacher She zs playground a graduate of Nonh Tame State College SEM - C'-13325 fflg-'?:1,2fno1i - 1 .1 1.69.3 h Lk C1650 SHIV N . 1 if 1 " 1' may 4 5 .- 1 I' , 11 , 1 ' 1 .. ' , ' Y . ' 1 L v , V ' N . 5' ' r 4 1 , X -.NRM F ,M 4 i x 1 X 1 I J J ' 1' 1.'1' 1 '- f , 11 " ' I' 1 ' 1 Y 1 1 1 . - A 1 ' -1- . . ' . -- W -w , -1 ' .' . . . 11 1 1 1 1.-,i 1.1, 1 -- -,Ez 1. 1 ', , 1 If 1 1 1 - , 1 21 1 , 1 1. 1 ' ,. -1 1 1 1', "1 1 1, '. 1 'M 1 1 1 , 1 1 , 1 ' 1 , 1 Y , 1 , 1 ,. 1 , I 1 . .,. I. .' f I., .. . .Y V. V . , , K .j . - 2 .i . . 4 , P , 1 L , I ' 1 4 Q' 1 P- ""f 9" v ? S' wg ' The CUSIIER l'0II1Ill1Hl'U for the Elemen- tary and Irmior Iliglz lJl'l'fJlH'l' mpg for thc annual. Tlzay arc, left to right, Mrs. Maud 1511011 11"111fl'1Il'IlI1, Miss Ina: Iiallarlf, and Mr. Ozzie Cranzling. 7' 'D .- 51 '. zfilagnl "-1,QQ0lQi:"'k?7' 1 5' rx. ,4-L.. 1 .l "1-": I .1Ii,s-s ,'1I'II11lll' K01'f1'r, lilII'llI'1IlIl, l'1'f'l'1lkI'S 110111 fmnz .s't1u1011I 11.s'.s'1sI11r1fs 1261111111 fill' "11'i11rl111c, U4f'1l1 -5 1 SIXTH TRADE 1111 num CI 11 MR OZZIE CRAMLING l 11 Ul 1111111115 C s1111 1 1 K1 11111111 1 111111s011 1 t 111 11 X1 11 1 s llI1lS VVl1SUll 11131111111 Russell lJ1x111C1111p11 01111 N1 omls X1l1llt1 C 1 xvc 1 1 1 X1k1Jlll Not 11111111111 1111111 Xl :L ,L -. 1 . 1 1 , 71, 1 1, - . - - 1 , M 0 -ff , 1 ' L v- K X . A W n. - ' 1 1 -3 ' l A ' IQ 1 . , 5 4 rg " 1 ' A 1' 1 ' B " 1 ' . 1 ' 1 . 1 v ' 1 nv ,A Al' ,I I Q , 1 .1 .7 1 -- 5 . ' xv Q 1 I 6 -U ' j 4 '. I C ' X' 1 V! . f 11 - . - 'QV 1111 11i,':1.,' . 1 1,011 1 1 11111111 S011 -11 111 c10s1xs'- 110tty 1.y1111 1:4'l'1'L'11, 111110 NYm111s, 1110111110 1111111 .I 1' 11111, 80001111 l'ONV'f11Lll'171ll'1l 111111 111:101i1o1'c1, f11l21I'1l'S 11101111111 llllfy, -I111111111' Clay, B11111Jy 110110 1311111-y, C11:11'10S C1'y0. S11 ' j- 1111111 FIVLIII 110113 , 111101101 NI mtg 1111 510111 Costlmv, 1ilI1.U'llC 113lI4l'1S, f11l1ll'14'S 1,00 N10Ki1110y, 1 J , 1111 Crof, N111 01710 C11'411111i11g, 11111 "t 1'Iz1' '1 1iIl1,', ja , 'Y' 1 , 1 " I 'I 1 1 . l'1 'S, 10111 71111 . ' 1 101. " "-x:",11". vm -Q.-...Sa mm 24.. . FIFTH CSRADIL IUIN F011 RAINY DAXS MISS MARY LEAK s 1 X Ix1t114 ISIILIIUI I 1tsx YI nods I 1Q11c1 1 L I1111u Ic111tt1 B1L11 Eu: XVOOLI Sun IIUIIJ 011 1 IS ll1m1111 IS ond xx Nl1ss'X IIN cc I I D1I I'l11Iu LIIIN cILIIl1llfS Rogml It 5 FIFTH C RADIL SCIENCE MISS NELL HOLLIER Imft to IIEIII I'11st IOXV Ixn Lx 111s S Lund mw klllll II1o1111s I1111111x Stmucl B11b111 Iowa D011 Cnlonk Tlmcl row N1111 N1 lIlLIx Blllx Bxown Sllldl 1 Lmdsey Gunes DILIKCSOII Blenda Domey 'Ninas NI Il, Nall Holl1e1 Illlllfll low Mlkm BI1Lkfo1cI I0111 COIIILKI Img B01LI1ud111g IDIXIL A1111 Dnxs Do11f1IdRlLk9 Not PILIIIILLI C.-l1dxs C 1IdvulI Idqll LIIIIUII AN. ,,,. .1 .4 ',?kzfTE:Ex . 1 .. I Af 53. 1 . . 'gk' ' I A AQ ii ' I ,Q . - 1 1' ' Q, .W ' . I nf -A 9 . ' 1' -1 Y x K 1- ' . K , 3 , 4 4 A - F A - ' - 1 1 , N I I S. 7 , J Q 9 A ' fx 1 I ,V .- 1- I ,. , 1 -6 W- .. V it 3 . 3 I, Q 1 I 7 1 1 Y , L1-H In righlz I"i1'.'l 'fm'--C:11'11I"11 Nyv, V1 I7 Y . 'L I In 'S "1 I 1 1 " 1 A ' "2 , .' ' 1 lt , -I:111iL" Iiugc' IIc'1'1-1'Iy ' ' 1.1 Sm- IU '- . . In Leak, 111-110 IIC ' I. .I1'1'1'y 100, 1 c " 1 ,I 1 1 1' I1 Nk '011, No! plL'Illl'l'CI'QIOIIIIIU FIOI'CIlCL', ,Indy Lacy, Sz1111111ic NVcstI11'c10k, Dvc Tzlylor. ' g!?""l:'l-1 ' I 0 ' T 'E U 1 rfX.,4n e ' Q A "I 34 - 0 fi' 1,1 1 i ....... HE - Ali . - ' 'Y pb LA ,H 137' I 1 - I I f ' w .1 I. I - Q . -1111111 N 1 I "1 : ' -'ai' 7'z fc' ' -'V' 'I If I' , z'a'1 , ', 'z' " - 'z.a ' ,Ia 'a ' 'L' " ' , ' ' ',1"'1:" 1 '. 7 ' ' - 2' I 1 -1 , "1 . '..1,'1,l-ji , ' U Q Q Q 2 M 'f ..:, U? 3 A xmf?1AN wi My N X W Q w , X55 ' id'-S , 'K ' vb Q ' A Sara., N W S ij 56, .W , '4 Q5 vi!! as an 'img-3 .Q Agfa Q He' ' ,ly 96 W sr K Q X 1 QQ' ag? ,g.,,B,- ,K f' 'Aux' Q, 4 ti' ...A ' 5,1 .3 ,, , v. f , 1, . -V " ' 'Q X 'kfffggm .1 3, .M f V 1 7' f . ,wk ffl 1 if N. 1 ,Y x 5 ' is' , 99. 6 il K :gf A x 5, E M J - K k Q. A cv. A. ffgm, V, f 'Q ., . ii . 4 ,"' 42 ' ' ff ag . 5 5 . W in 1 i wr? , X is Q gg r, t 9 . -' . ff fn , ,. I 4 G" if fi?" if ' 19? f"'r '. x-ly U :Q P 1? 'IQ.'fX. Q S ff ' 4- , 4 1' .W W ,E , . g fl: X' ' fn E -, .5 vw, X Q I f QQ ' Q, ,,,., v,,4r-- , wwfXf"rf " ',"13'53iSSm: ,wx 'GLOOKING FOR THE LITTLE BLACK CATH Betty Crocker, Curl Carlock, and jimmy Pool- Fourth Crude HALLOXVlC'EN OXVLS Q THE KINDICRCARTEN ON PARADE SING FROM MRS. STEVENS' fx UTIIE BQUCIIQ 1NfIAN FIRST GRADE ROOM 1300" X 5- .N if :V Hn- if tigfkgl W . 3. ' iF 4 -5 5, xg G 5 FOURTH GRADE EXPERIMENTING XVITH ELECTRICITY MRS. VELERA HENSON Left to right: Scntvcl-lXIury Rombcrg, Edwin jenkins, Bob Lokey, Lynn Mnnck, Paul Ray Fess, Roy Davis. Standing-junio Crisp, jerry Lynn Patterson, Larry xV2lgg0ll6l', Vernon Hughes, VVilma Lee Inman, Michael Tolleson, Billy Vvlllttllllillil, Luv Roy Utzmun, janet johnson, Charles Ellis, Sam Ed Sipes, Hoy Brown, Kay lfVe-asf. jimmic Dule Moore, Phil Davis, Johnny Czlrnatlizin, Mrs. Velcru Henson. JUNIOR HIGH CHORAL CLUB Fifty members who are students of the fifth, sixth, and seventh grades make up the junior High Chorus under the direction of Miss Betty Kuchenbacker. S X X 'XI ISXXIJ 1 111s 1 1 11 1 11 11118111 11111 1111111111 1x111111 111111111 U 11111 I1 511111111 811111111 1111111111 11 11 11111111 111111 1 11111 s 1 XIII 11111111x C 1 11111 i111111r ,III 11 1 717118 111 1111 11 11 1 1 1111 C r 11111 111 C 1111111 r 11111 11111111 111 1111 I1 I1 1 1111111 1111111111 U I1 11111111 111111 11 tl 11 111111 11117111 C r11L1 x 1111111 111111111111 1x1111 111111111 11111 1111111 11111 C' 581. THIRD CRADIL 11L11J1N1 11011 111N MRS JOYCE, hLLIOTT t0111,11t 11 st 1011 11111s 1 ll tl 111 I1 1 1 01s ll s N 1 Porn 1101111 IOXV 1111111 S1llL1x1lI1L1 131111 1001111 17 111111 L11llI1lI1 1x 1 111 1011115 cs 111 110111 I 1 T1'111d row Stew Hx ltt A1185 A11111111 Kedu 1 1131 llllll T1101111s k111u Nhs 11111 1111011 111111 131111111 1111 111 1 1 1111x011 VV Ill 111 Cln 1111111 11111s B111111 1 XX1 lllf., .L 1 i I L, 1 , 0 4 . I A 1 : -,'. 1 1.11: .Q C.-110140. 1 151.112 IIC. 1' 111111 ,- 1' 1.1'f111111g111: 1"i1'xl1'1111'- lJ1'111' 1l11r1'i.x,j11111'1 S1'l'111l11'1l. 51111111 1,11 '13 111 1,111'1', 111111 111 1J1111g1111, If 11111 1711 1.' '1 1111. S11 l'1l1"'f11I '1 1,111'11, li1'g1111' 11I1S1'1'11.1, 11. 111111 11111111. . ' 11'11 111' 111 '11A I "' , 1 '1 f1llQ1l', 111111 111 21' 111I1' " . '1'111r111'1111'-11'1'Q1Cf11,s1111114,171111111141111, fl '1'11111 l'f1'1'1'.s', 1 lr11'.s- I 11I', " f ' . 11111 MPC 1 ,.1I1" K' A111"t 11 ' . 1 '111'r. 1"1111r111 r1111'--.1l1',1111111 1.. 111ll'1C, 111fl't'1l11', 1711ri.w .11!111f'1C. 141111111 11111'l'f'11, ,1l'II1I '1'l'l1l1f'f, I'1'gg11 R11j,ft'1'.S', 1311.111 .111l.S'1f'1K, Ii11' 1 1 .N1111i'111r1'11-11" . ",. L 'h ', 4 "'l-1, I M1 U I "' CT1 A 1 .11, .vs f 1,1 - Y' I 'A 1 1, 1 1- A 1 'V X rw A X - vw .. S. .. . fx. 1 UG' 1 9 Q 'VV 14,1 , Af' 1 1 Qs 11 1' 5. ' ' K wi ' ' , , . . 1 ' ' I ' 1 1 ' - Left -'v 5 'iyg ' 1-F1-1 11111111111 , 11011-'Q 111151 8:1111 11- 111111, C1111111 1" '.'yi111'. 1011 L. 'T110I1lQlS, 11111511' lf11i.', .1'10S ' 1. S .. - , K' -' . -L Y 1 j 114 - '. 1 , 1111" 711111 ' 111, j111'1'y 'l'I 4121111 11 ' ' 1. 1y 3111-s. .. - , 1,1 ' ,,.yA-.ifkq ll. ,j,i 1 .1 ' in 1 11.3 1,11 V KY 'all' '. FEBRUARY S SPECIAL DAYS 18" ',.3' THIRD FRADIL MRS IVIPXUD ILLLEN WHITLHEAD FNIOYIINC MLANINC FUL ARI NVORK 11I s 1011 1 X III1Ix fIKIlll Nlxus I'cIw11cI OIIIS Ix1II1x xIlISlLIx Bun III1cInv0ocI NX1It11 II0II0w1x LOIIII um 11111 L IX Il I L 11115 X IIIIIIK IIN X I4 XVI11t4 In ul N p1ct1111cI Bath N111 I31ow11111g, II11I1e1t W1II11111s1111 -A THIRD c 111119114 MRS LULA BELL STRICKLAND A TRIP 'IO FIIE I UIXIBER XAIIIJ aft to 11.,I1t St pI1c11 IJOIIIQN XIIIISCI CIM Dn1cI 'NI1pIes XV11111 I cc f ll s Was nook W IIIQI EII1s ll I I111 y 11111 ll 1 1 1 111 s11o1tI1 ll It 1 1 KIIII OICIIQ Nhlson Sllldll X11cI1rso11 1.11110 II1111I1cs BIIKILIX Lowe, I' 11I Ilugus Nlxs I 11I.1 I'IcII St11LIxI IIICI Gcolgm II.11111 CII . JA E 'V I x V V ' U Q 3 if Q.. ff 'I I ' 'I 'V 'vf A ' E rv I B . M? l. ' L , I is 'A 'I 'qi f ' g, Q 1 H V 3 xr. V A . Y 1 .. W WTQ1, I I I . 4 I I.vfI t111'i1.,I : F1111 ' '-NI11'y .1 1111 1 '0, I ' . 1' I 1 ' j 15, 'L 1' . 1 1 " , Yi -' 1.2 Sv' V ' '-BIII TI1 I, N11 'Ii C111 'I1lIlCI, Billy NIL-I71111ivI, A1'tI1111' Null I,i111Is1-y, :X1111 SI1i1'I1-53 IFFLIIICUS 'i 'kl'I', f. ViI11111 Bux- Il'l','I,lIlKI1I SIN' XV1IIi11111s, Tm " In SI111tIIcsx1'o1'II1, I,1'11cI11 Nc'wc11111I1, c:l'0I'gt' OI1w'r Nyc. NI. JKIIII Ivvy, Hrs, . I:111LI IIIUII .Ot Q i 1 i i 'V A ' A ' . Y' X- ,. .R .Q I HL" I . t V . N, 1 I . I. ' 1" 1 1 .' C ' ' A ', . 1 Iaf- 1 'A . I 11' ' 711'-, II11 'Io' ".'lI ' '. I1 " CIM 'ICS JUUI, I dll Hn,-11 1' Du 1 B11tI I'1111I K'll' I-YS ' A . Cz '11 11 1-XIIv1, Bill'I1i1I'll XVIISOII, I'11t1'1fig1 In 1 , I 1 ' 'A J , fa 'z .f ' 5 , 91 U . A- r- . fp 1 , ' 1 QE? min . 'S ' fm x Q4 Q 9' 1 ...1 V7 A fa '+ 'vyu K nuff 'W I :lit V1 xg I A S ECDND G RA DE ,45- MRS. MYRTLE SMITH 111111-11,'1'11 is FUN Luil I0 rigiilz First l'UXK'fl,1lYiii Slrmlci, lillily -In Diviwsoii, Roiiiiim- 'XIlli1'l'SlHl, l.y'1111 Ccvstiuxv. SiH'liiil'll lliiluii, 'l1l'.lNi5 CII.1x. Sully Nyc Siiirlvy N1-wvll, john I'1i'l'l'1'ii. 800111111 I'0XV'P2lil'iL'ikl N1:11'ti11, Nlrs. Niyrlic Smith, Qii'UI'jll' N111tl1c11y. Bill xIUlltg0IlH'I'y. Dmiglnx QIAICRSOH, I'il'illll'illi' F1'1111kli11. Nlxnrgii- 1 Yvstnl, 13111111 Bviixoii, Hosiic Fl4t'Kll'lAiL'k. fl.- S , 1 ' 'iii 1 .V W 'fx A . A-. .. f ' ' Fi ' ii WWW Fr.. 5 'Q' 3 . Ag. N id FIAL174 'lc ,- .N If SECOND GRADE M RS. JEAN REDDICK STUDYINC ABOUT CHEAT MEN Loft to right: l,t'lllliS XVc11'1'm-il, Maury 11011 XVOUCI. David lJl'ilkL'. Czmil fxllll l.z111gsfn11. E111Lc-111- I,2lyllK', Yit'i4ll'i2l f:Uilii7t'l'jl. Huixlmy Dillon, Mary A1111 Crisp, Dnlc j0h11s011, A1111 Nic-rritt, LN' Roy XV11ll. vvillllil' A1'110lcl, P1icha11'd NlcAllistv1'. C1-114' Alle-11. 13011 Springvr, Mrs. -Ivan Rr.-clniick. Clialrluttc 'lwill'l'illlt. 1 ' ' Y 1 Nut pict111'cd-C.ordo11 XX llgjlllllt r, M' I In zts schools Gaston mazntams an excellent health program superozsed by a trained nurse zn charge of a str bed hosprtal room Each year every pupzls eyes ears taught and teeth are checked by the nurse Here Mrs Iosephme Ienkms school nurse tests a Gastomte s eyes Mrs I V Smzth mztzated the health program m 1937 and the school has had a regzstered nurse on actzue duty ever smce Illini-M """"'-'11-gg -N, B"-1-sus 4772--vQ--4. --+.i,-, -1 I IIIII ing ig -4, Q. FGIIQM rm!-"""'+w SECOND GRADE VALENTINE FUN MRS LURENE WAGGONER Left to l'lf.,llt Flrst row Dolothew Dowdcn Buuly Goss Donnl Fay Lll1tOIl ROS16 Lee Lmton Second low Don Xndcrson john Henson Loulsc Stevens Lhudette Adcock Thud now Smdr x Arnold Nntu. Xiu Inmm Dorothy N1LKIllght Hat llyn Taylor Fourth row jnnmy Bw num anc Ann Bynum Donnld R'1y VV1ll11ms Dein Stroud Frfth row Lmd 1 VV ull me jmk VV'1Il1cc Butch Mqynird Sfllldlllg Mus XV1ltmrS Hxrrrs Mus R Q Bynum Mrs Vunon Stroud Mrs Orvllle L Anderson Mrs Efirnest 0 Wlllnams Mrs Troy Wulllcc Mrs Lunene XIV'lgg0IlCT Not pictured Lmdrx Dodson b l I I ' J l .I 1 I .. I- 5- .' , ' .I Q . A . N if ' v I. J' ,r q A I . 1" ig L N ,I Itrt f ,W . Q 4 l y , A ti Y '70 ' W' ' ru . 5 A . I H- -wwf' 4 A' . W, V It , I I ' ..mI i J I . ' . f H211 ' '- . ' Q - . ' 1111144442 ' 'I I . xx, f .gg V . ,tv Q . IIII - V ' - I . ' i, . . . I It ' '. Q 4 . ' . ' I , ' 1 ' . 5 , . A 'I V' V ,, " Q V 1.x i .5 ' r 4 , r ,I I et I Q FIRST CRADIL MRS RLTH ST I4 VILNS UNDI IISI XNDINC OUR LOC XIIUXI ON llll I I PIII mg 1 1 s Bmcl ohn vu we IIIIISXXIH IICIIIII, Cmulga BIOXNII I 1 1 51x 1 NI IIIIIS N mu XXHISOII I 1 s uns or L 1 IXIIH I I 1 l x 'X s IIIIIII SIKNIIIS IIKIIIIK cl 'I 1 ,ov ION5 1DUf U XSK XL won IOUPCIII 1-WDEFI: IIXNLRBIINI Dunk It than 1 COW H IIIII, thc' othm fvllrms W' , lp Ib ukcs fl" "U, R014 Dams rn ' ' I W ' I U ' I . Ifiiffi Q . I L W5 ' ' I .. 4' ' ' ,. I X- I i A A 5, r rg ' s 'D 'QWJAJ "' A . N w . - .10 6 k I l ' H ' Q , X' -fs A' . , I x - t Q. K Q 1 1 A 1 ' '- x' 4 A I I ' ' I . J 'I .'H:1' Nl . C 1,1 Q Imft to right: Sitt' X'--CII-uil XYvst, visitor. Duvicl XYNI, Km-uny Chislnmlm. Iimmi- Xiy -rs, Ilm-id Nluggurcl. Uvnni: 1' , I nic' Xlzq I Paul CUIIII Wg, CI 1: ' "I,-mm. Sm ' ty, 1- -Aw A ' , ,yllll ,-Xkill, 'Im' CIZIITISII. Billy Flon ixg, B2Il'IJ1lI'.l I,IIlL'l'L'lllll. IJILIIIAI Lau . A fa " .' , 'airy I.imI.' I,imI:1 liullurcl. 'Xl4u'ic- Cnlalwa-Il, Maury Frau XV nu -Ii. Avis Iluglws. Bill Sip -s, I,imIa , mclvn, Gnu-io YQ-shul, fa1'0I :Km Iflltt. .1111 .' Not " '- -.Inv Ilulu-r1c'Ix. -lo :Kun Il'1j1lll'. I 'T 3 ' . 4-uno . I . I I I 4 Q I P 1 ' ' ' ' . V -: C ' 1 It -. flrll. 7... FIRST GRADE MISS DREEBY HASKINS STORY TIME Li-ft to right: First rmv-Miss 1311-1-ixy Haskins, Liiidzi Cay Hmliiliii, Louisq- NVilsmi. Bobbie Hyatt, Svvuiicl i'0w-liiclizircl lliidsoii, -'0l'l'f' YV:iciIc. Xiurilyii Nicffiniii, Cviiicva Coopvr. Diumi Iluiwcy, Billy Colircivr, Billy Muck Nyv. Tliircl row-Dui'ntliy Bain P0l'l'yIHllIl, Kay B0l'Cilt'l'Ciillg, ji-rry Crislmiii. -iflllll Lynn Durzui, Kim Tollvson, js-ff XVui'd, Cliurlim' Nvw- toii. visitor. Fmlrtli row-Rliliy Huiiiiitoii. Billy joe' plum-s, Ronnie Fiwviiiiiii. jiimiiy Fr-i'giis0ii, Cllviiclii C11mf:i'0ii. Ann NVilliiiins. Not picturvclfLauiy Clic-vallicr, Rm Goss, Robert NVhulcy, Ami P4-iiniiigtoii. ! Q Q wg-" , UJDRENQ , A31 NS' 4' , - CQND Cwxmicgiifiiaiii 1 BUCK FIF?I?i1i UN T11 S, SECARECROWS GRADE BUCKSK if - L5 IISSON OX X1101I10'X1 S VND HOOD 1110116 s 1 r111r 11111ts 11181118111 11111111 ns r 1 lfk ll fl 11111 ru ll Iflllllxllll 1311r1111r11 U 1111111 15 111 111111111 S 1 L l11111111s 1x111111 1 T11 I1 11s S 11111111 II1 1 8111111111 C111111 1111111111 111111111 111111 S11 11' 11111111 1r111111s C 111111 ron 1111111211 111111 v C 1117111 l11rs111111 11111111 1111111 s 111111171 111111111 1111111111 C lay IDIIVIILII U1 1111111 1111111111 11161151111 1111111 Str1C11l111111 1111111 T111111111s 111115 I11r1I 1111 1r 11111 i FIRST GRADE, MRS BO1N1N11i, BhLL1L SMITH s1U1J111wc 11 um mmm s L1ftto r1g111 P1191 IOXW Br1111 Tulor Lrry NI11s11 111 1111111111 XN11s1111 51101111 lou ox Lk T11o1111s A111e11R T IX 101 C 11 1111 s Qn111s11111x Thlrd row Rogu HlC11llC1SOIl judy Llttlefield 511111111 Loopu' N1lL11lL1 1111.145 Lury E11 111 111 Fourth row 11111111 C 1s11111 Danny D1111s Edw 1rd Qrxwford LITIV Bum I1 l1p1l o1111s1111 Sewted 11 1110 111011 of thi, room Dug Low1 vlsltor S1111 yvhltf' D1x111 Un111rdow11 Ronald S11111t119worth 111111111 N1co1 K1 Il 111111 ROSS C uolyn lux Vlfglllll Brund lge Gln CTISIT Glklflll Thom IS R011 1111 N10111g0111u'y N1rs Bonme 151111 51111111 I .. Q -. 5 ,. .L 1 ' f .1 -x J 1 i ., ww., 1 Mr.: :1lSS1l' P11 " 1 1111 1'11l1 .1 " l'll.'.' 111' 111111-gfl11'.'. 1111111 11 ', .s'1'1111'11 11'f1 111 11111111 w 11'-1 1111 1' " , ' ' ,Q. 1' Y .'1'1'11111 rm '-"1 .' " 1' '1 1.117111 .mll A '11, .' 1' ,Q- I1' .Y 1.. ,,'A'1- h V. ml- I 1 Y X -lv, 13- -V4 1.-' - vi, ' ' 1 - 1 1 -. ' ' . . 'nf 11' PM , , N , , . , . , ,, . .. , N '1 1 ' 11 , 1 1 -A 1.4.-..,, , ,.,V,,.,.. . i Q , A 11. A .11 " P . . F , N 36 ' 3 -4 K 1. . . . - - 1 1 1 1 ' ' ' . . , ,f. - 1 . 1 1 . 11 . 1 1. ' ' :'4."- '1 11' ,1' '..'a, H41 . - " 1' , ,' 1 'z' 1" . -j1'z 11: , 1 1 13, 1 '1 , ap '2 1, 1 j 5 , A I I 1 1 , xy w 113 ' v 2 1 1 v 1 A 1, ' ' ' Y 1 , ' ., 11" ".'. "1 1 , if 1,111 15, 1 . 1 ,. ' I -' ', r " " Q Iylv ,.-.54 Y ,..,.,- 2. lv! nt KINDERGARTEN FINCEP. PLAY MRS. ELSIIL MAE, Dh,NT Loft to right: First row-Phyllis Ann Pugh, judy Yun lIzn'c'1'lwkn-, Slmrlut Clllyliilli Nancy XV11llucc Tmnnn n ll s xu Nina- Dvnt. I Sc-cond row-I utsy XvL'lL'll.-ll'SS1' Rocky, Alinnny Dodson. Saunnn' Hicks, llvlcn Munch-n, Third row-Xiikc Tlu-riot, .-Xrtlnn' Elkins, Nina Hm11Twl'g, jm-fry Bl'isiv1', Linda liuvc' PK'l'I'f'Ill2lll. Fourth ron Bnlnln Siluntootll Ilidm Newton mlnunx Rocky, Bobby NVuocl. ,liinm . ,V Q .v 'ji '- Gist, Ronny XVillimns, liilliv je-un Ncwcmnlx. Daisy We-lls. :-a Y ,- , -v ' S' x -455295 " f ,4 5 x"Tinarg i '- i .J xx Q .L ' 6 I X a. L I yl,gn1gstm1,CguolxnXlnllu 1 I 1 IIILQ s jc an There is always something interesting to do in the kinrler,f.garte11 room. ' 1 X 'Sl' . 5' HM Servmg Rusk County Over 45 Years FIRST NATIONAL BANK Gwmg A Complete Bankmg Servlce Oldest Bank In Rusk County HENDERSON COCA COLA C0 HENDERSON, TEXAS General Office STRQUD BRQS. CONTRACTQRS Ioincrvillc, Texas K I A 1 I f '5 f - -.1 V.. , -,pf Branch Offices TYLER, PALESTINE, CARTHAGE DRL PER i 1 HICHTOWER DRUG CO. L A R R Y ' S A Fashion Institution Dial 2588 Henderson Texas PRESCRIPTION DRUGCISTS TURNERTOWN w M sToM P E P CLEANERS BARBER SHOP The best people are the cus The Made Rlfe Company Dry Cleaning At Its Best f0"'9'S fha' P055 fh'0U9I" 'WY doors Tumertown Texas Tumertown Texas D1al3508 Henderson Texas SALES SERVICE HENDERSON FURNITURE CO ALFORD BROS sl GREEN Dial 2566 117-19 N. MARSHALL Dial 2860 Public Square Henderson Texas HENDERSON, TEXAS TEXAS BOILER AND SHEET IRON WORKS S WELDING BOILER MAKING MACHINE WORK W C Klker TURNERTOWN TEXAS MAYS Sz HARRIS DEPT STORE II lun You Can Aluaue BL Sure Of C 0011 Qualztrf IIENIDERSON TEXAS YOUR TEXACO STATION Wright City Tex'1s A. NV. IAIIIILSIOII Iour Inendly Indvpendent Store ll FILMS C EINEFAL MFRC IIANDISI- Turnertown Terms STEVES HASMITH SFRVICI- STATION Radzo Repazrs an Spunkey s Products Scrmce Sclm in City Tevls Tumgrtown Texas DRUG Wright City Texas S+ WRIGHT CITY CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK "The Appreciative and Dependable Bankv Z. Zin I -E5-X '-'i.S..,' ' I I '- Q-- L- sf ,K 4 . '4 I 1 -, Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation HENDERSON TEXAS HADEN'S DRUG STORE B O B E M I G I S Humble Service Station ESSO EXTRA GAS Washing and Greclsing Turnertown Texas Z1 5 H. 81 H. CLOTHIERS M1-:Ns WEAR Henderson Texas "The Rexall Drug Storev Dial 3587 Henderson I BEACON OIL AND REFINING COMPANY KELLY LUMBER COMPANY Dual 2537 Henderson HARRIS CLEANERS And Bachelor Laundry And Cold Fur Storage D13 4545 fax., KM PlCk Up md Dehverv Servxce from Jomervxlle on Mondav and Thursday Henderson Texas '1 I . ., - Q , . 'A . . rf., i . 'E ' X, ,,' '... gh, ,. Wwe. .C .. rw f "" ' ,-v-" ,,,-- . 2 I 1 r READS ROOFING Oz SHEET METAL WORKS York Air Conditioning Payne Heating System Dial 3250 710 NV. Main Henderson, Texas CHEROKEE HARDWARE HARDWARE, RADIOS, AND SPORTING GOODS Henderson, Kilgore, Tyler, and jacksonville CRAWFORD CLOTHIERS "Home Of Fine Clothesl' Ilenderson Texas DAIRY QUEEN nn-L15 ' B 53714015 mm new lllifiilff 20' M91 M! ,-,. Iii R "Ties if of Io-:sc Malts - Sundaes In AII Popular Flavors "THE CONE WITH THE CURL ON TOP" 45555, "Say It With Flowers 2 6: - s ,gg au 'Y R,-IYFURD FLURIST X ' X1NTllrL0"' 904 S. Main Dial 2285 Henderson Texas SMITH CHEVROLET CO. SALES SERVICE Hencl c1rs on, Texas 125 S. Main Dial 2508 THENEWREIVII GTO THE ONIIY OFFICE TYPEWRITER IN PERSONAL SIZE' GIVES YOU MORE PMFTIUAZ TYPING FEATURES HARRIS PRINTING 6: STATIONERY COMPANY 208 E I HENDERSON TEXAS 352I ww Authorized Sales Servlce Agency HOME APPLIANCE AND PLUMBING COMPANY Courteous Service ghqll Henderson 124 North Mar SLOVERS TIRE AND APPLIANCE STORE Frigidaire Appliances Firestone Tires Tubes Texaco Products VVashing and Lubrication 124 XVest Main Street Dial 2383 HENDERSON WRICHT CITY CROCERY H U T C A F E Turnertown Texas HOOKS MACHINE WORKS P Hooks W H Hooks Donald Q. Hooks General Oil Field Welding SELMAN CITY Phone Tumertown 5F3 T O M S SINCLAIR sfnvrcf STATION Phone 2815 Price Texas BURCFSS ELECTRIC COMPANY RADIO SALES - SERVICE Selman City Texas IOSH'S SPORTING GOODS "Everything For The Sportsmann l,'.ll' "gi alley ufwi' 5 sxxxx' H54-' HENDERSON, TEXAS FARLEY MOTOR CO. Sales Lincoln-Mercury Service WAYNE HUNT H. Sc S. WVz1tch Repair I , l , GENERAL STORE Sczcntzfic Tzmmg ALL XVOHK GUARANTEED JOINERVILLE' TEXAS TURNERTONVN, TEXAS DAVIS DRUG STORE "THE GANG'S HANG OUT" TURNERTOWN TEXAS HACKER M A C H I N E S H O P HENDERSON TEXAS -KODAKS-- Polaroid Cameras Plmtograplzic Supplies D Y E R ' S D R U G 503 WEST MAIN HENDERSON HENDERSON TEXAS POOVEYS STUDHJ FT- 'Nfl Ono plffllll' 19 ILOIIII 1011 fIIOIlS'II7'IfI umzfv Hc11cIc1s011 1I1011c 7340 Tcxls Good Bye Anxiety GEO GOL INSURANCE AGENCY RANDOLPH HOTEL BUILDING DIUI 2547 Henderson 9 1 1 1 -- -. 1- -,' 7' -'-'-':: -'S '- 'S S a'4o-- Q - 5 , R ,ro-C- Q, Q, N ' .v---. -, -, I JP' u Q, , y X' R ":'x 1 xx ,? N N x , Rf XV 'I ,xx . ' V I , w I .. It ' I Q X , yt ' 1 x 1 X , I v -' - if si- N f f . 'xN':kx N ' X ' ,I ' I 'X TXFIIIX I' 1 X' -' I . , 'G-I' j' I ' KX' C. t 1 1 ' ' 1 In N K 1 fd . I I' . x Ns., I . -to ' f' .... J A ' . I . --' Y . 1 s ' ' ,f ' ' X. .L . fi I X I .L K - , A 1 1-if 3 1 :dj ' vfll' ll ' ll ' I . R . L E R - HI-WAY LUMBER COMPANY 4 h xii .1 I --, Let Us Flgurg Your ob NIWV KILCOIII ROXD HENDERSON TEXAS CANNON IIALE CLEANFRS 'N HENDERSON TEXAS CRINI FURNITL RE APPLIANCE HEINDERSOIN TEXAS C II WILLIANIS CO LLEGIATE SERVICE STATION Dust ctwe Apparel For 0 Smart Women XX ishmg Crc Qsmg H Ie n Tx me to Texx CANNON'S FLOWERS "FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS" Dial 2855 WRIGHT'S PHARMACY George M. Wright Henderson WILLARD WRIGHT OWNER ELECTRIC co First Aid Station For All public Square Schools Dial 2545 Henderson Dial 4532 Henderson SMITH S Day Phone 2215 Night Phone 2264 CANNON NASH MOTORS NEW AND USED CARS Henderson Texas Ben Cannon 805 West Mam ALLEN DRUG R E E D Where Smart Women Shop J E W E L R Y Henderson INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY Tumertown Texas Texas GLEN WILLIAMS CROCERY "Your Business Appreciatedu One-Eighth Mile East of Gaston Open Sundays and until 9 p.m. on weekdays HENDERSON TEXAS HENDERSON TEXAS DEAN MOTOR COMPANY Chrysler and Plymouth Co. 204 N. Main Dial 3501 Henderson, Texas F R A N K L I N ' S "First in Community Servicen TURNERTOWN TEXAS S T A R T H E A T E R TURNERTOWN TEXAS At the snack bar at Texas unique theater ES BUILDING SPECIAL Linoleum Asphalt tlle 'md Rubber tile mstflllecl 107 N VAN BURFN HI NDFRSON TEXAS The GASTON GUSHER was first published in I936 as the GUSHER It was sponsored by Mrs Onie Wade and was an engraved yearbook Marie Tisdale was the first editor of the book The GUSHER was again published in I937 by the Senior Class with Mrs Wade as sponsor The year 1938 was skipped for some reason but in I939 the GASTON GUSHER began again and published a yearbook in I939 I940 I94I and I942 These four years the book was sponsored by Miss Nan Thompson After the war was over the GASTON GUSHER was begun again but this time the sponsor was Miss Ruth Kirkham. She has been the sponsor for the past six yearbooks. During the entire twenty years of Gaston School life there has been a total of I2 books published. Of the twelve the I950 yearbook won the Texas State championship award of the Texas High School Press Association at Denton. The I940 I947 I943 I949 I95I yeorbooks have been awarded an All- Texas which places the yearbook among the top publications in the state. We hope that we have succeeded this year in publishing a yearbook that will portray for you Gaston Schools of the past and present. CM., sw, '+---...q..- Q7 " .' .'Q'a- - X X X 1 ,p 1 .,, K., ' f , A4 , - .' , , ' x"' .--.'r---'----- X- NX fu. x ' N- A s. ' Ns. ' N tl 1 v' xNs 'QA 'XZ ,s KN! KN: L' " xf ' 'f ' ' ' O' ' 0, K qi ' l,- 1 'V' ',- L. -L. 1 , ,. . . . , , N' ' X , 5 I Y .V . -, , . . 'Q -.4, , 'il - '.' ' 'H aux N - ' ' ' 5' - X k ,x K A-' K 1 - 1 ' 'A I '. - - ." '- X' A K Y ' X 'Q s '. . N 5 0, , Q 7 5, . 1 . a , , Q - . 5 N . - X 1 I t ., ,fx vi . 0. x P X ' ' ' " Q . . N , , - J, v . ff: , A - - 41 f, ', H N ' , K 5 p - 1 , -- A v,x - ' X- X 4 . H X xi I. .X 1' . , v Cxo X, n .' , - , ' K s - X ' v s -N , . is A ' x . x X 1 .. F ' ' Q 'I -, ' if ' ' ' . Sy'-S xx X., x' n - 'Z' , ..0 I' ' 1 5 . 'Q , X 5 .' - x . 1 , - q :X . - . .V Q . , I x eq v 1 ' - sl I x 5 ., ' ' ' .A 4 1' ' '- -x... s , i . y ls 5 i. x 5' ' xNs n i' ' ,x- 0 I Q A L, 1 A - ,L , x - 1 K , '1 .ax . N ' K Q r . .-' ' my 'I' , t I I . I s In x ' 1 , s - U ,ff 7.5 3-g .. ,. . , 2 f Xxx . N-xi -s F5 1. + xQ 1. Q D x 3 . . . v A . ' o ' , , 0 . f X 1, - " ' s. ' ' x N . 'A -X' an fr L, . . 4' 44 X . I . 4 'J N , f I -u - , . N- x x . , v 1 Y K K - x, x W ' ,' . n . x . f V- ' 4 ,' - J ' , f- X- Y 4 . 'if , V. ' Y , ,v v . Q ax ' . W . .J ' ' , p ' x 'xf ' ,: -! D ,- x.


Suggestions in the Gaston High School - Gusher Yearbook (Joinerville, TX) collection:

Gaston High School - Gusher Yearbook (Joinerville, TX) online yearbook collection, 1949 Edition, Page 1

1949

Gaston High School - Gusher Yearbook (Joinerville, TX) online yearbook collection, 1950 Edition, Page 1

1950

Gaston High School - Gusher Yearbook (Joinerville, TX) online yearbook collection, 1951 Edition, Page 1

1951

Gaston High School - Gusher Yearbook (Joinerville, TX) online yearbook collection, 1953 Edition, Page 1

1953

Gaston High School - Gusher Yearbook (Joinerville, TX) online yearbook collection, 1954 Edition, Page 1

1954

Gaston High School - Gusher Yearbook (Joinerville, TX) online yearbook collection, 1955 Edition, Page 1

1955

1985 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1970 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1972 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1965 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals
FIND FRIENDS AND CLASMATES GENEALOGY ARCHIVE REUNION PLANNING
Are you trying to find old school friends, old classmates, fellow servicemen or shipmates? Do you want to see past girlfriends or boyfriends? Relive homecoming, prom, graduation, and other moments on campus captured in yearbook pictures. Revisit your fraternity or sorority and see familiar places. See members of old school clubs and relive old times. Start your search today! Looking for old family members and relatives? Do you want to find pictures of parents or grandparents when they were in school? Want to find out what hairstyle was popular in the 1920s? E-Yearbook.com has a wealth of genealogy information spanning over a century for many schools with full text search. Use our online Genealogy Resource to uncover history quickly! Are you planning a reunion and need assistance? E-Yearbook.com can help you with scanning and providing access to yearbook images for promotional materials and activities. We can provide you with an electronic version of your yearbook that can assist you with reunion planning. E-Yearbook.com will also publish the yearbook images online for people to share and enjoy.