Gaston High School - Gusher Yearbook (Joinerville, TX)
- Class of 1955
Page 1 of 160
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Text from Pages 1 - 160 of the 1955 volume:
F ORE WORD
The movie is the thingg whether it's "Guys and Dolls"
in Hollywood or produced by guys and dolls in Gaston Ele-
Junior High, or HighSchoo1. Oneof the most amazing
a movie is the manner in
business of making
' ' lives of people.
things about the
which a picture or quotation c1ar1f1es the
We, the staff, have tried to show you all the"top notch'
' cerely hope you'll think it's a hit
this year, and we sm
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In a movie production it is the duty of the director to
train and direct the actors in such a manner that the scenes
may be most effective. In our school Life movie we find the
Board of Education, the Administration, and the Faculty
capably directing all phases of our school life cinema.
The main topic for discussion at the monthly meeting of
the school board is the budget for the new school year.
BOARD of EDUCATID
W. C. KIKER I, E, MORROW
SAM ADAMS DAN DICKESOIN
BOB INQCXVILLIAMS W. S, DILLION, JR. PAUL FESS
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Mr. John Duran
Stephen F. Austin State College, B. S.
University of Texas, M. Ed.
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Mr. Wilten Burns
Sam Houston State College, B. S.
East Texas State Teachers College, M. S
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Mis. Wmie Rhea Dean
SCIENCE AND MATHEMATXCS
Miss Lillian Watson
Mt. Alben Elhou
' Mr. Gene Smith
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Lula B. Strickland
Miss Evelyn Holman
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ENGLISH A ND SPEECH
Mr. John Dent
Miss Hellen Rice
Miss Fannie Mae Stone
Miss Ruth Kirkharn
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Attention Gastonitesl Sit up and take notice if you want
to see the "reel" dope about the action filled scenes of our
school activities. The production numbers are knockouts.
Our "directors" have planned and worked many hours to get
all the equipment on "set" Qcampusj, so that all scenes can
be "shot" without confusion or mishap.
Mr. Duran calls a general faculty meeting.
High school teachers make class rolls.
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P0114-:ies FCS new fa
Barbara Waggener, Bob Burns, and
Gene Capps seem reluctant to begin
the first day of school,
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Early arrivers are the Greer twins
Miss Watson issues textbooks
typical first day event,
Students are issued handbooks
and Jerry Brian.
her first Onsoles
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The organization of the Press Club was among
the first events of the year.
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Mrs. Jenkins, school nurse, makes
an early check on the physical fit-
ness of students.
Dr. Willis Sutton brought
lessons in moral, social,
physical, and mental fit-
ness at the first '54 - '55
The senior cheerleaders call a noon pep
rally the day of the first football game.
ssady d .
gam eCO1'at ,
e of the Season es the g0a1 posts f !
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1' The flrst
P. T. A. members prepare for the
football season in a new concession
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h beautiivuy dicditate
Vibe carnival do
KING OF HALLOWE'EN
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The dart booth, sponsored by the GUSHER, is opera-
ted by Yvonne Waller and Pat Theriot.
wmv and 531190 boo Glenda Jenkins and L e n a R u t h
Mt. Don umbeis fo' Q Vaughn help the "kiddies" at the
out the 9 fishing booth.
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GUEEN OF HALLOWE'EN
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ebfllaj-y. deD1Ct thesis? do the
cheersforlghs CI L1 a d
ball boys efooth
King Mike Major crowns Queen Gail Tolleson as the
court of Dukes and Duchesses look on.
Early arrivers recall their
days spent on the hill,
For the fourth time, on October 30,
hundreds of exes returned to the campus for
the 1954 Homecoming. Exes from New
Mexico, Texas, and"far away p1aces" poured
in for the activities. On the preceding days
many ex-students visited former teachers
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Neww eand Set-,ter ng oggycet ,
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'54 President Lloyd Manck
is on hand for early regis-
HOME 0 ING
The Class of '54 had the greatest
High-light of the day was the football game between
Gaston and Carlisle.
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Presideili uolwiet The guests'
Exes trip the light. fantastic to me music of James
Lambert, Mrs. Louise Powell, Mr. Garth Green and
CLA SS -Ss ana Barmold. lumoiq
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SEATED. Lei' tgeR1:?:r0rs4M'S' Ruby iijisorrlfisstnulh
Mrs. Oniej' Wa . Rice Eighth GI g Juniors-
men' Miss Henan Miss Lillian watsoIlSlNG Mr
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llifrmxbaioinlriott. Ssphlsforfiesb. Rawlinson. Flesh
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John Dent. Elghm I Karen Duran entertains the audience with a
men. piano solo on an assembly program.
Dr. Willis A. Sutton counsels with Clair Branch, Ann Cassady,
Patsy Spivey, and Tommy Marshall, senior class members.
A detonator stopping distance
demonstration is presented to
the Gaston student body through
th e cooperation of Captain
Guy Smith and members of the
highway patrol, and the driver's
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Barba . e ecca Cassady atricia
I3 Blackford 1 Nallcy SCO
fowers' sl-ni I alld Swe nr
le as th .. efheart Ben
MMM e shutters Click. H Y
Guest speaker, Rev. Austin Siburt, converses with 1
Coach L.A. Stephenson before giving his after dinner
speech at the football banquet.
Eighth grade boys receive a "cheap" haircut.
Ann Cassady, Clair Branch, and Lucille 1
Nichols enjoy their "p1ay purties" on
Hyman Allred, John and Gene Good 'swing out' with i
"Hey Good Lookin. " ,
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The High School Chorus under the
direction of Mrs. Lacy sings yule-
tide favorites at the annual Christmas
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The serrrot 03:11 Christmas pam'
Pat Theriot, Ann Cassady, Patsy Spivey, and
and M a r i 1 y n n Manck gather around the
Christmas tree at the F. H.A. party.
The teachers find a beautifully decorated
tea table with delicious refreshments when
they were entertained by Mesdames Duran,
Thomas and Burns.
The GUSHER sponsored a Christmas'
dance at Teen-Town.
Mrs. I. T. Franklin helps the children decorate the
tree for their Christmas party.
Le 1 rofym mothers
e schudren ' provided the f 1
STUDY. east which M
Mrs. Betty Lacy and the Junior
Chorus render a Christmas festival
of song for the P. T.A.
Band President Gene Good
and Director Wally Read
look at the schoo1's first
special Sweepstakes Award
plaque for a first division
in marching, sight reading,
and playing in music Inter-
scholastic League Contest.
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of fob CUSS looks On
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board tr erfects h, ner
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Co-Captains, Clair Branch andAust1n Stroud
and Coach Steve unpack the trophies won in
the state finalist contest.
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rnnlentpa togO to then by the
eplegenmfp in Rauf P111-ina
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A n n Cassady, editor, and Miss Virginia
Knapp, adviser, present the eighthAll Texas
Award the DEVIL'S DELIGHT has received
to Mr. Wilten Burns who accepted it on be
half of the school,
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ss Ph1111Ds instructs Lind B
6 regulation of Ove h Ilsrer
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s enacts the monk in
Bob B urn
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bggizekxxix gsnrw Nations and Charles Thomw.
Miss Barthold h 1
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e hyphenation of a wo d
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Biuy Adcock pe 0
physics to discove: the weigh: of an obiect
Ladies of the cafeteria, Mrs. Faye Harris, Mrs. Corin Decker, Mrs.,Opa1 Hale,
Mrs. Lola Anderson, Mrs. Clara Tedder, and Mrs. Eloise Strickland take r'
to eat lunch before the noon rush.
Cafe' AIN TEN AN CE
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Mr IimmY Rogers' MI
Mr. H. B, Maynard, Engi-
neer, checksa valve in the
Bus Drivers, Mr. A. A. Swinney, Mr. George Jones, Mr. Travis Smith, Mr.
Roy Green, and Mr. I. L. Costlow, examine Gaston's new school bus.
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The maintenance department includes impor-
tant "behind the scenes" bit players. They furnish
transportation, food, and care for our campus and
buildings. T h e s e "stage hands" are necessary in
keeping our school an attractive "set location, "
of on H' Check
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e busses Hg-llfle
Mr. H. W. A1exander,Mai1
Carrier, brings the m a i 1
from the post office.
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nifghtchman' ijverepll Nigh
fly round. ready for hjsr
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issu6S the ue ss
Mrs. Wadef me senior C13 '
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Mrs. Wade issues invitations to several senior students
with the help of James Stevenson.
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Collars are straightened just before time
to march down the aisle in a practice
The final test of their high
school career is taken by
Bearning seniors wait in line to receive
their long awaited diplomas.
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Behind the scenes of all movie productions we find a
group of workers who are a "must" if the productions receive
"rave notices" from all critics. The classes of our school
supply the photographer, sound men, designers, electricians,
and any other "prop men" that are needed to keep the movie
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MO ST REPRE SEN TA TIVE
Barbara Spain Pat Theriot
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FIRST ROW, Left to Right: J o Ann Cain, Social Chairman. SECOND
ROW: Billy Adcock, Reporterg Lonnie Traylor, Secretary and Treas-
urer. THIRD ROW: Jim Stevenson, Vice-Presidemg Pat Theriot,
Presidentg and Bob Burns, Social Chairman.
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DONA LD BA TES
Football, '51-'55, Baseball
'51-'55g Basketball, '51
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'?ami"5?E?r Craftsman Club'
Football, '52-'55, Baseball,
'53-'55, Basketball, '53-
'55g Choral Club, '53-'54,
DEVIL'S DELIGHT, '53-
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'54-'55g F. F. A. , '51-'55
SHIRLEY BRISTER '
F, H. A, , '52 - '55, Ban
'52-'55, Choral Club, '53
, BOB BURNS
Football, '53-'55g Baseball,
'52-'53, Basketball, '53-
' 54, GASTON GUSHER,
'54-'55g Dramatics, '53
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F. H. A., '51 - '55, Pep
Squad, ' 5 1 - ' 5 35 Choral
Club, '51-'53, Social
Chairman of Senior Class.
DEVIL'S DELIGHT, '53
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leader, '52-'55, F. H. A.
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Squad, '53-'54, Dramatics,
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Craftsman Club, '52-'55,
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F. H. A., '51-'55, Pep
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'51-'54g Track, '53-'Q
Craftsman Club, '52-'
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and, '53-'55, C h o r al
Zlub, '53-'54g Dramatics ,
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Football, '51-'52, Base-
ball, '51-'52, Basketball,
'51-'52, B a I1 Cl, '51-'55.
MARTHA DENE HENRY
Choral Club, '51-'55, F. H.
GASTON GUSHER, '53 -
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Choral Club, '52-'55g
Dramatics, '53-'54g Band ,
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F. H. A. , '52-'55.
DARRELL MA TTISON
Football, '52-'54g F.F.A. ,
'51-'54g Choral Club, '52-
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Major, '54-'55g DEVIL'E
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ERMA LEE MICHELL
F, F.A. , '52-'55g Dramat-
,cs, '54-'55g G-Club, '54-
'55g Football, '51-'52g
iootball Manager, '53-
LOVELL JEAN PYLE
F. H. A., '51-'55g Pep
Squad, '51-'55g Dramat-
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DEVI . v '53-
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Football, '52-'55, Track,
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C h o r a 1 Club, '53-'55,
GASTON GUSHER, '53-
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F. F. A., '51-'53, Song
leader, '51-'52, Craftsman
Club, '51-'52, Choral Club,
'53-'55g Band, '51-'55,
football, '51-'55g F. F.A. .
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A., '51-'55, Treasurer,
'54-'55, Choral Club, '52-
'55g DEVIL'S DELIGHT,
YVONNE WALLER J. R. WRIGHT
GASTON GUSHER, '53- GASTON GUSHER, '54 -
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DEVIL'S DELIGHT, ' 52- F0 0 tball, '53-'54, Base-
'55g F. H.A. , '52-'55g Pep ball, '51-'52, Basketball,
Squad, '52-'55. '51-'52.
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way ro the ba men: on mei:
Nancy Scott Richard Theriot
FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Aaron Cooper, Presidentg Gus Copeland,
Reporter. SECOND ROW: Glenda Jenkins, Secretary and Treasurerg
Nancy Scott, Vice-President: Juanita Greer and Glenn Williams, Social
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Anabell Bailey Wilene Boden
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Gus Copeland Jimmy Denman
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FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Kelly Waggener and Jean Tedder, Social
Chairmen: Billy Neal Rogers, Secretary and Treasurer. SECOND ROW:
Kenneth Thomas, P1-esidentg HoustonBz-adberry, Vice-President. THIRD
ROW: Dick Hunt, Reporter.
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Kay Dillon and Betsy Musick
entertain with music and song
at the annual Junior High foot-
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a night of fun and frolic at the
Junior High football banquet.
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Betsy Musick Shirley McKnight
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Kenneth Rogers Stanley Shaw
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Alice Whitehead Gladys Whitehead
Sophomore g i r 1 s await the
arrival of the school busses.
Mary Lou Theriot
FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Jane: Seelbach, Social Chairman: Par
Tipp, Reporterg Mary Lou Theriot, Secretary. SECOND ROW: Rodney
Hudson, Vice-P1-esidentg Don Wells, Presidentg and Bill Croft, Social
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Bessie Mae Amold Bobby Bailey
Carolyn Barker Barbara Blackford
Y . Janet Seelbach and Betty Ferrell wait on
ya, 5' their friends before going to the football
- stadium to witness the initiation of the
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Jerry Brian waits for the opening pitch at the
Pony League play-offs at Kilgore,
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, ight: Kay Herrington and Don Carlock, Social
Chairmeng Connie Florence, Secretary and Treasurer. SECOND ROW:
Sue Lokey, Vice-Presidentg and Pat Chan '
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Nina Manck Ray Marheny
Sharon Kay Reeder
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Sue Lokey Barbara Lowe
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Janice Rogers Linda Stroud
Beverly Thomas Karen Thomas
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Wilma Lee Inman
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Christmas Time Again
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Lula Belle Stone
John L. Thomas
Lee Roy Utzman
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C. A. Reader
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Jo Ann Teague
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Jimmie Lou Norton
Donna Kay Richards
Gloria Lavelle Taylor
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Betty Ann May
Betty Jane Norman
Maxie Lee Specht
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Mary Nell Inman
Larry Gene Marsh
John Paul Nye
Carol Ann Wells
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and you'l.l see what the many students of Gaston Hill do to
make all their or a ' ' " ' "
g nizations headliners. Each group has
its own scene to make, but each group's working and playing
in complete harmony is an exciting epic with plenty of thrills
that will give you the feeling of being a part of every venture.
Co -Editors, Tommy Marshall and
Yvonne Waller, check the material
in the Editor's kit.
Tommy Stuckey and Sylvia Dollar,
Club Editors, go over the dramatics
Advertising Managers, Nancy Scott, Bob Burns, and
Pat Theriot, make final preparations before leaving
to sell ads.
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footba11 Scores. e a ljst of the
Barbara Spain, Business Manager, and Kay
Graves, Concessions, look on as T y pi s t,
Bo bby Giles, types an order for popcorn .
Lonnie Traylor, Karen Duran, and
J. R. Wright check the calendar for
the date the sale of the GU SHER
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Pat Dillon and James S te v e n s o n,
Photo Managers, get ready for a day
of making pictures.
Cla: L0we, check me am
of Class roles.
Jack Lowe and Jo Ann Cain, Lay-
out Managers, watch Glenda Jenkins,
Art Editor, draw a Hallowe 'en
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Knapp, Adviser, check copy on the paper.
Lena Ruth Vaughn, Assistant Editor, and Lucille Yvonne Waller and Marilyn Manck,Assistant Editors,
Nichols, Exchange Editor, work on their jobs. proof a stencil.
BELOW: Tommy Marshall, Music Editor, and Juanita
Greer, Feature Editor, work on stories for the DE- BELOW: Tommy Stuckey, Headline Editor, Glenda
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BELOW: Sue Freeman, Girls' Sports, and Sonny
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The DEVIL'S DELIGHT has completed
a successful year with nineteen members on
the staff. Twelve of these are seniors so the
staff will be almost new next year.
A Christmas party was held in Decem-
ber, and featured event of the year was the
entire staff's going to Denton, December 3.
Frances Wall, Assistant Print Manager, and
Linda Lowe, Print Manager, run off a page,
Clair Branch and Donald Bates, Sports staff, check
BELOW: Martha Henry and Kay Graves, Typists, de
slipsheet some pages.
Anabell Bailey, Sue Ferrell and Lovell Jean
Pyle study their parts for the try-outs for the
leading role in the play, "Have you Had
Your Operation, "
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FIRST ROW, Left to Right Patsy Spivey,
Lucille Nichols, Whonia Forsythe Lovell
Jean Pyle. SECOND ROW Pat Theriot,
Clarence Thomas, Johnny Morrow, Billy
Ray Waggener, Bob Burns, THIRD ROW
Wanda Arrington, Sue Ferrell, Jackie
Freeman. FOURTH ROW Anabell
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Ramona Duggan, Carol Henson, John
Woods. SECOND ROW: Miss Hellen
Rice, Sponsorg Mary Lou Theriot, David
Cagle, Bobbie Io Whitehead, Jerry
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Mitchell, Joyce Calvert, Mary Jo McAllister, Barbara Wright, Sylvia Dollar, Sue Freeman, Carolyn Craig, Mary
Margaret Johnson. THIRD ROW: Mrs. Ruby Hudson, Sponsorg Rachel Montgomery, Gladys Whitehead, Dorothy
Utzman, Frances Wall, Linda Lowe, Wanda Arrington. FOURTH ROW: Margaret Crawford, Barbara Spain,
Whonia Forsythe, Yvonne Waller, Ann Newcomb, Juanita Greer, Kay Graves, and Marilyn Nye.
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Idell Linton, Sharon Kay Reeder. SECOND ROW: Wilma Gist, Delores Hoffpauir, .T o
Ann Courcier, Barbai-aLowe,Janice Rogers, Brenda Dorney,Karen Thomas, Sue Killings-
worth. THIRDROW: Kay Herrington, Patricia Chance, Judy Lacy, Sue Lokey, Nina Manck,
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to help on a project.
Members of the Craftsman Club are, FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Wade Ferguson, Buddy
Whitehead, J. D. Hughes, J. R, Wright, Stanley Shaw, Carlos Hunt, Earl Moore. Joel
Franklin. SECOND ROW: Chris Rogers, Hoyt Duggan, Joe Nicol, Gene Good, Kelly
Waggoner, Aaron Cooper, Austin Stroud, THIRD ROW: Bill Leverett, Ben Arnold,
Curtis Harvey, Eldon Hunt, and Mr. Adams, Sponsor.
The P. T. A. officers, LEFT TO RIGHT: Mrs. John Duran, Historiang Mrs. Raymond
Parkins, Secretaryg Mrs. J. T. Franklin, Treasurerg Mrs. G. W. Croft, President, Mrs.
Stuart Smilh. Parliamentariang Mrs. G. H. Jackson, Vice-President, plan the monthly
meetings for the coming year.
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To promote the welfare of children
andyouthinhome, school, church. and
To raise the standards ofhome life.
To secure adequate laws for the
care and protection of children a nd
To bring into closer relation the
home and the school, that parents and
teachers ma y co-operate intelligently
in the training of the child.
To develop between educators and
the general public such united efforts as
will secure for every child the highest
advantages in physical, mental, social,
and spiritual education.
One of the most timely programs of the year was apanel dis-
cussion, lead by Mr. Wallace Read and panel members, LEFT
TO RIGHT: Mr. J. T. Franklin, Tommy Marshall, Jo Ann Cain,
Mrs. John Chevallier, and Mrs. H. G. Jackson, on the good and
bad in modern day music, movies, comic books, and television.
Patsy Spivey, Pianist, listens
while Jo Ann Cain, Chairman,
and Tommy Marshall choose
songs for an assembly program.
BELIGIUUS C UNCIL
Hoyt Duggan, Tommy Stuckey,
and Jimmy Denman hover over
an interesting religious maga-
MEMBERS OF THE RELIGIOUS COUNCIL FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Tommy Marshall,
Tommy Stuckey, Jimmy Denman. SECOND ROW , Duggan, and Jo Ann
HIGH SCHOOL CHORUS
Members of the Choral Club are, FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Chattie Wicks, Barbara Blackford,
Sue Hampton, SECOND ROW: Jimmy Denman, Doroth
Florenoe. TH '
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IRD ROW: Effie Woods, Gladys Whitehead, Delores Hoffpauir, Elizabeth Mattison,
Brenda Dorney, Betty J owers, FOURTH ROW: Judy Lacy, Nina Manck, Karen Thomas, Genell
Giles, Martha Dene Henry. FIFTH ROW: Alfred Reese, Wayne Thomas, David Denman, Lena
Ruth Vaughn, Patsy Spivey, Betty Ferrell, Janet Seelbach. SIXTH ROW: Jimmy Bradberry,
J. W. Strickland, Bobby McKenna, Darrell Mattison, Earl Moore, Kay Herrington, Sue Lokey.
STANDING: Mrs. Betty Lacy, Sponsor, Mrs. Ada Mae Crook, Pianist, Clarence Thomas, Tomm
Marshall and Marshall Thomas.
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JUNIOR CHORAL CLUB
FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Ann Langston, Linda Dodson, Elizabeth Heaton, Sherry Dillon,
Bobby Bates, Francis Pickering, Francine Franklin, Claudette Adcock, Roselyn Denman, Judy
Wells, Charlotte Tarrant, Sandra Arnold. SECOND ROW: Mary Crisp, Carolyn Specht, Robert
Bailey, Kathy Musick, Mary Romberg, Janie Crisp, Becky Jenkins, Clelia Branch, Linda Hardy,
Dorothy McKnight, William Harvey, Edwin Jenkins, Jerry Thomas, Alicia Ragan, Mrs. Betty Lacy,
Director. THIRD ROW: Jack Franklin, Larry Waggoner, Barry Blackwood, Lee Roy Wall,
Sammie High, Nancy Freeman, J oyoe Richards, Mary Wall, Janet Johnson, Kay Weast, Douglas
Jackson, Charles Smith, George Hamilton, Mary Ann Wick, Douglas Wells, and Bill Montgomery.
ELEMENTARY MUSIC GROUP
FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Raymond Dillon, Bobby Wadle,LynnTarrant, SECOND ROW: Elinor
Prock, Johnny Stallings, Janice Gill, Vicky Mathis, Cheri Read, Warren Larrimore, Mike Major,
Ralph Ledger, Nancy Stephenson, Norma Rogers. THIRD ROW: Lavelle Taylor, James Robert
Berry, Betty Birdwell, Betty Stone, Charles Farre11,RandyCarlock, Kenneth Welch, Gary Stephens,
James Dunn, Ruth Ann Jackson, Ronny Ferguson, Billy Arnold. FOURTH ROW: Donna Kay Rich-
ards, Norman Highfield, Lynn Smith, Carol Moorman, Shirley Womack, Gail Tolleson, Lynn
Strickland, Kay Rogers, Glynda Bell, and Teacher, Mrs. Gussie Parker.
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4, U u 9 9 Kelly Waggoner, Vice-President, Huey Crisp,
Sentinelg Billy Rogers, Treasurerp Claude
Furqueron, Reporter, and Wayne Thomas,
Secretary, listed to Mr. H. D. Rawlinson,
The Gaston Chapter of the Future Farmers of
America began their activities early in the year.
They went to the State Fair of Texas at Dallas and
visited many of the exhibits there.
On November 16, a group went to the district
Chapter Conducting Contest at Longview.
Representatives were sent to the State and Nat -
ional Conventions and one boy went to the Purina Ex-
periment Farm in Kansas City.
The chapter closed a successful year by attending
a soil judging contest sponsored by the Soil Conser-
Alfred Reese S
his beef herd.
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Curtis Harvey has good ea
ting in the making
Billy Neal Ro on is beef
gers makes a check h'
The Hughes brothers make a daily check
on their pigs.
Members of the F. F. A. are, FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Bill Boden, Jerry Brian, Huey Crisp, David
Cagle, Alfred Reese, Johnny Morrow, J. T. Jones, Harry Stone, Wayne Thomas, J. W. Strickland, Franklin
Hudson, Mr. Rawlinson. SECOND ROW: George Jones, Carl Furqueron, Charles Crye, Gene Harris,
Bob F erguson, Olin Fisher, Billy Waggoner, Lonnie Traylor, Reed Franklin, Billy Hughes. THIRD ROW:
James Dickeson, Gene Good, Don Wells, Darrell Mattison, William Killingsworth, Bob McKenna, Kelly
Waggoner, Glenn Williams, Billy Neal Rogers, Curtis Harvey. FOURTH ROW: Billy Williams, Gus Cope-
land, Austin Stroud, Gene Capps, Jimmy McWilliams, John Good, Buddy Whitehead. FIFTH ROW: Boyd
Wall, Earl Moore, .T. D. Hughes, Claude Furqueron, Albert Brown, Russell Hudson. SDCTH ROW: Buddy
Waller. .T ohnny Clay. JOhn Inman, Robert Williams and James Gray.
Earl Moore finds raising hybrid chickens
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The officers of the F. H. A. are, LEFT TO RIGHT:
Lena Ruth Vaughn, Treasurerg DaneenDickeson, Vice-
Presidentg Kay Newcomb, Secretaryg Miss Phillips,
Sponsorg Ann Cassady, President, Marilynn Manck,
Reporter, Glendalenkins, Historian-Parliarnentariang
Juanita Greer, Song Leader, and Patsy Spivey, Pianist,
Pin-up boy, Pat Theriot, and Ann Cassady pause from
their reading of the F. H, A. scrapbook.
Ann Cassady, President, presides over one of the monihly meetings.
Members of the F. H, A. are, FLRST ROW, Left to Right: Barbara Blackford, Ann Newcomb, Shirley
McKnight, Linda Croft, Doris Manck, Rebecca Cassady, Elwanda Hunt, Betsy Musick, Pat Tipp, Sylvia
Dollar, Shirley Guytine. SECOND ROW: Janet Seelbach, Chattie Wicks, Betty Ferrell, Mary Lou Theriot,
Carolyn Barker, Alice Whitehead, Kay Newcomb, Marilyn Langston, Ann Cassady, Patsy Spivey, Daneen
Dickeson, Barbara Taylor, Barbara Wright, Pat Taylor, Barbara Spain. THIRD ROW: Lena Ruth Vaughn,
Anna Lee Hudson, Anabell Bailey, Glenda Jenkins, Pat Dillon, Kay Dillon, Jimmie Sue Freeman, Kay
Graves, Ethel Morphew, J anita Greer, Linda Lowe, Wanda Arrington, Frances Wall, Barbara Waggoner,
,To Ann Hobson. FIFTH ROW: Lovell Jean Pyle, Karen Duran, Whonia Forsythe, Marilyn Nye, Rachel
Montgomery, Mary Jo McAllister, Joyce Calvert, Yvonne Waller, Marilynn Manck, Juanita Greer, Jo
Ann Cain, Lucille Nichol, Betty Jowers, Martha Dene Henry, Shirley Brister, Genell Giles, Miss Jo Marie
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Pat Tipp Connie Florence
BA ND OFFICERS
LEFT TO RIGHT: Billy Gibbs, Vice-Presi-
dentg James Stevenson, Treasurerg Gene
G00d, President, Marilynn Manck, Reporter,
and Betty Jowers, Secretary, wait for re-
hearsal to begin.
Summer rehearsals began an eventful year for
the Gaston Band. During marching season the band
went to Dallas to represent Region IV on Texas Music
Education Day at the Dallas Fair. They also went to
Austin, where they, on Texas University's annual
Band Day, participated in a parade and performed at
the halftime of the Texas-Arkansas football classic.
The band rated a first division at marching contest
held at T y l e r, and other activities were enjoyed.
HIGH SCHOOL BAND
Members of the band are, FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Carolyn Barker, Betsy Musick, Jean Tedder,
Gene Harris, Linda Brister, Nancy Meadows, Jack Lowe, Patricia Chance, Jo Whitehead, Alice Whitehead,
Karen Duran, Jackie Freeman, Shirley Brister. SECOND ROW: Janet Seelbach, Pat Tipp, Sue Lokey,
Ramona Duggan, Elwanda Hunt, Sue Killingsworth, Carol Henson, Doris Lowe, Rex Barker, Laura Nell
Heaton, T omrny Stuckey. Jimmy Bradberry, .To Ann Courcier, Betty Ferrell, Barbara Blackford, Nina
Manck, Dixie Davis, Marilyn Langston, Marilynn Manck. THIRD ROW: Karen Thomas, Donnie Long,
David Denman, Charles Crye, Connie Florence, Jimmy Denman, Buddy Waller, James Gray, Dale Finley,
Judy Lacy, John Woods, Tommy Marshall, Barbara Lowe, Elizabeth Mattison, Hoyt Duggan, J. T. Jones,
John Good, .Terry Costlow, Janita Greer, Albert Brown, David Cooper, Wade Ferguson. FOURTH ROW:
Virginia Bates, Doris Manck, Mr. Wallace Read, Gene Good, David Cagle, Mike Kelly, James Stevenson,
Clarence Thomas, Carroll Harris, Bobby McClellan, Delores Hoffpauir, Janice Rogers, Sonny Nations,
and Kenneth Thomas.
The twirlers perform a snappy dance as the band plays "No Name Boogie."
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FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Bonnie Redding, Clelia Branch, Sandra Anderson, Ruth Strickland. SECOND
ROW: Linda Hardy, Beth Cooper, Paulette Killingsworth, Frances Pickering, Becky Jenkins. THIRD
ROW: Linda Sue Williams, Barbara Walling, Walter Ellis, Charles Pool, ,Tack Franklin, Robert Bailey,
Bob Lokey. FOURTH ROW: Kathy Musick, John Blackwood, Alicia Reagan, Stephen Dorney, Glenn Myers,
Mike Copeland, Douglas Wells. FIFTH ROW: Linda Newcomb, Carolyn Walker, James Hughes, John
Thomas, Thomas Kelly, and Mr. Wallace Read, Director.
JUNIOR HIGH BAND
FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Paul Potter, Jimmy Pool, Carl Carlock, Nancy Freeman. SECOND ROW:
Betty Crocker, Joyce Richards, Mary Romberg, Jo Lane Williams, Mike Tolleson, Phil Davis, Robert
Guytine, Larry Waggoner, Lynn Manck, Roy Brown. THIRD ROW: Gwen Wright, Jerry Blake, Billy
Whitehead, and Director Wallace Read.
L T E N B U R
Want the truth? Read on and you'1l find theuinside
story" about Who's Who in this Gastonian film production.
As we watch the passing parade of stars offer top notch per-
formances we are reminded of all the exciting and happy
events of the year 1954-55, and of all the co-stars who give
us a wide variety of entertainment in our thrilling film.
ANN CASSAIIY MISS GAS'l'0Nl'l'E
GASTUNITE BILLY AIICUCK
J. R. WRIGHT
After proving his leadership ability by serving as Junior
President, Alfred Reese was elected President of the Gaston
F.F.A. in his senior year. Alfred is doing a fine job lead-
ing the group in its various activities. His interest in agri-
culture led him to ownership of a foundation herd of re-
gistered Hereford cattle. He is now fencing and preparing
land to grow grass for his cattle.
Recognizing safety as a way to life. J. R. Wright has
tried to apply what he has learned to everyday living. ln the
safety class he spent many hours typing the class survey
made of the school and revising the students' ill prepared
ln Driver Training he is dependable in carrying out
his instructional work to those assigned to him to teach.
His patience and quiet understanding added to his ability to
help others. Although he already possessed his operator's
license. J. R. added to his knowledge of driving skill by
putting into practice little safety measures that he learned
Above all things to possess is the right attitude toward
safety in all phases of life, and J. R. is the best example of
Nancy's ability to learn, backed by an intense interest
and willingness to work, which has been exhibited by her high
scholastic standing in general science, biology, and chemistry,
gained her this corner in Who's Who. The above qualities
in addition to a wealth of common sense, logical reasoning,
and ability to work with and get along with others promises
a brilliant future in science. '
Billy has made for himself a place in Who's Who with
his excellent record of straight A's in high school mathe-
By working hard for many long hours he has excelled
and become an inspiration to his classmates, His deterrnin-
ation to solve each problem as it presents itself will prove
valuable to him in college as he pursues a course leading
to a degree in engineering.
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Ann is now climaxing four years of participation in the
activities of the homemaking department and Future Home-
makers of America by serving as President of the Gaston
Chapter of F.H.A. and public relations officer for Area IX
of F.H.A. Ann has also served as local F.H.A. Reporter and
Historian-Parliamentarian and she has taken an active part
in Area IX F.H.A. annual meetings, executive council meetings
and stunmer leadership conferences. ln addition to her
many F.H.A. activities, Ann has been an inspiration and
encouragement to others through her integrity, her ability
to assume responsibilities, her cheerful friendliness and
outstanding work in the many areas of homemaking education.
For these reasons Ann is justly deserving of the honor she
now holds as representative student of the homemaking depart-
Throughout his high-school years Tommy did superior
work in English. Although adept in all phases of English,
Tommy will be remembered especially for his oral work --
book reviews, informal talks, and helpful contributions to
the daily class discussions. His writing ability was displayed
not only through his regular class assignments but also through
his journalistic work on both school publications. Tommy's
sustained interest in good literature has also added much to
his mental personality.
HAVE YOU HAD YOUR OPERATION? Mattie Snod-
grass, so ably protrayed by Lucille Nichols in this one-act
play presented by the Senior Dramatics Club, made all of
us feel like taking a trip to the hospital.
Lucille is a witty, likeable, and efficient actress. Should
she choose the stage as a career, rest assured that she'll
be a success.
Seeing no isolated facts but rather the whole picture is
the characteristic that the teacher looks for in asocial
science student and Donald Bates is the outstanding student
in this school who is able to do this comprehensively. To
relate the past events to current happenings seems to delight
Donald, because he is always able to find something to bring
to the class that will add to the discussions.
When giving reports he is the one who will go out of
his way to obtain the greatest detail about his subject so that
it will arouse the interest of his fellow classmates -- for this
reason Donald Bates was selected to receive the Who's Who
award in Social Science.
Although he is only a junior, Aaron has proved his
ability in the manipulative skills as well as being an out-
standing student in mechanical drawing. Aaronhas constructed
many worthwhile projects in the shop including mahogany
lamps, end tables, dining table and chairs.
These projects, and the information obtained along with
them, will not only make his home more beautiful, but also
assist him in making home repairs in the future.
Genell Giles, a newcomer to Gaston this year, has done
outstanding work in choral music. Through her faithfulness,
friendliness, and hard work she has been an inspiration to
those around her.
LENA RUTH VAUGHN
Co-Editor of the annual, Assistant Editor of the news-
paper are the two high positions that Yvonne Waller has
reached in the field of publications this year, therefore it
is not surprising that she received the vote of the sponsors
as the candidate for honors in this field of high school work.
Yvonne is willing to spend long hours working on the
routine jobs that are necessary to produce the annual and
newspaper. She types, edits, operates the mimeograph
machine, schedules pictures, interviews teachers and students
for the information she needs to do her job. She has been on
the GUSHER staff two years and the DEVIL'S DELIGHT
three years. She is a worthy member of the "fourth estate."
Lena Ruth is an all-round business student. She is an
accurate, speedy typistg she takes readable neat shorthand notes
which she transcribes with easeg she is a very competent
bookkeeperg and she handles with efficiency the calculator and
the mimeograph machines. Her pleasing personality and
integrity, together with her pleasant acceptance of problems
with poise, as well as her desire to assist others will be a
complement in any business office.
Hoyt Duggan has been the type band student of which any
organization would be proud. Not only is he a good musician
who carries his part well, but he is also more than willing
to help in any way he can with the many duties that are in-
volved in making band trips. With his ability to think and to
apply himself he should be able to attain his goal.
Boys' Physical Education
During his four years of participation in sports, Clair
has made an outstanding contribution in every field. He has a
keen interest in football, basketball, and track and has ex-
celled in these sports, Clair has always shown that only his
best is good enough. His teammates showed their appreciation
of his spirit of willingness and cooperation by electing him
co-captain of the Red Devil football team with which he fought
so diligently to reach the State Quarter final play off.
Clair is not only an outstanding athlete but also a good
all-round student in the academic field.
Girls' Physical Education
'Juanita's willingness to do more than asked of her co
operation and pleasing disposition, along with participation
and hard work in health and all sports, has won her the Who s
Who award in Physical Edu '
cation for 1955.
This year the GUSHER staff is
very much indebted to Miss Debra
Paget, beautiful 20th Century-Fox
Studios' screen star, and Mr. Tab
H u n t e r, talented young Warner
Brothers Studios'persor1a1ity, for the
selection of the most handsome boy
and the most beautiful girl at Gaston.
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Jan. ll, l955
Dear Miss Cassady,
I must say this is one of the most dif-
ficult selections I have ever made. All
of the young ladies are most attractive!
I sincerely hope that my personal selec-
tion will not hurt any of their feelings
too much. The young lady I have chosen
is marked on the back of her picture.
I made three selections which in my coin
ion run very close,
I sincerely thank you for giving me the
pleasure of selecting the young lady in
your contest and please help me express
my humhleness in the situa
I wish each and every one of them all
the luck, happiness and success in the
future. Thanking you again, I remain,
Most gratefully yours
PATRICIA CIIANCE RIOS'I' BEAUTIFUL
Rl 0ST IIANIISUDI E BOB
ANN CA SSADY
GENELL GILES BETTY JOWERS
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LONNIE TRA YLOR AA RON COOPER
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A View of the west campus from the
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The beautiful trees are revealed in
a view looking toward the west en-
Lights! Camera! Action! With these familiar words
the scenes of spills and thrills begin to roll by. Many movies
of football, basketball, baseball, and other sports are produced
each year, Filmland at Gaston is no exception. The sports
department of our own school furnishes our movie with
thrilling adventure. The players are the actors and they play
their "parts" well.
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Head Coach L. A. Stevenson, center, points out plays to Assistants
J. B. Adams, left, and Leo Van Haverbeke, right. f
Season 's Scores
A p Gaston 27 Center
Gaston 19 Jacksonville
Doniqxcflliates Gaston 52 Leverett's Chapel
Au-District GUARD Gaston 25 Troup
Par Theriot Gasnon 33 Chapel Hill
A11 -District Gaston 40 Overton
Gaston 40 Carlisle
m?:i ? Gaston 13 White Oak
ff! t.stitr' Gaston 22 East Mountain
Gaston 27 Hawkins
, Gaston 13 Whitewright
A 'tat qGaston won on penetration, 4-33
Gaston - 14 Paducah
Au - District GUARD
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Au-DismCt END CENTER BACK
Gus Copeland Aaron Cooper Lonnie Traylor
Left to Right: Co-Captains Austin Managers Neal Ro gers, Leftg and Johnny
Stroud and Clair Branch. Morrow, Right.
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Betty lowers Glenn Williams
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BACK TACKLE END Joe Nicol
Billy Waggoner Billy Adcock Dick Hunt
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MEMBERS OF THE SENIOR FOOTBALL SQUAD FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Manager Neal Rogers,
Donald Bates, Billy Waggoner, Darrell Mattison, Kelly Waggoner, Joel Franklin, Eldon Hunt, Houston
Bradberry, Pat Theriot, Marshall Thomas, Manager Johnny Morrow. SECOND ROW: Coach L, A.
Stephenson, Lonnie Traylor, Gus Copeland, Joe Nicol, Bob Burns, Billy Adcock, Olin Dean Fisher, J. R.
Wright, Ben Arnold, Russell Hudson, Coach Leo Van Haverbeke, THIRD ROW: Glenn Williams, Harry
Stone, Reed Franklin, Clair Branch, Austin Stroud, Billy Hughes, Aaron Cooper, Edward Ivey, Kenneth
Rogers, and Chris Rogers.
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Clair Branch goes over for a touchdown
against Leverett's Chapel.
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Ben Arnold J, R. Wright
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Another Carlisle Indian bites the dust as he
is tackled by a Gaston boy.
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MEMBERS OF THE G-CLUB FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Billy Adcock, Austin Stroud, Clair Branch,
Donald Bates, Pat Theriot, Olin Dean Fisher. SECOND ROW: Billy Waggoner, Marshall Thomas, Johnny
Morrow, Coach Steve, Edward Ivey, Aaron Cooper, Lonnie Traylor, and Gus Copeland.
Members of the squad are, FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Manager Kenneth Rogers, Dick Hunt, Larry
Cooper, Houston Bradberry, Kelley Waggoner. SECOND ROW: Coach L. A. Stephenson, Marshall Thomas,
Billy Adcock, Harry Stone, William Killingsworth, Frankie Mathis. THIRD ROW: Clair Branch, Jimmy
McWilliams, Bill Leverett, Gus Copeland, Austin Stroud, Neal Rogers, and Glenn Williams.
GUARD FORWARD OUARD -'CAPTAIN CENTER
Branch Austin Stroud William Ktllmgsworth Gus C
Chapel Hill 33
White Oak 54
Leverett's Chapel 40 'i
Chapel Hill 33 The Red Devil cagers jump rope to warm up before
Overton 55 beginning practice.
East Mountain 42 e
Troup 56 5
White Oak 59
Lever3tt's Chapel 51
Glenn Williams Frankie Mathis
form FORWARD n FORWADD' GUARD
Bm Levereu Billy Adcock Jimmy Mcwrlliams Marshall Thomas
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bers of the Junior Football squad are, FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Managerc
Don Ricks Billy Brown, Manager Mike
Gerald Evers, Rodney Hudson, Robert Williams, Ray Matheny, ,
' B. Adams, George J ones, Merritt Graves, Bobby Waggoner, Don
Blackford. SECOND Row. Coach J.
'l Coach Leo Van Haverbeke, THIRD R
Lee Wooten, Malcolm Taylor, Bobby McClellan, Bobby Bai ey,
lls Charles Wright, Bill Croft, Gaines Dickeson, Billy Williams,
Terry lrick, Carl Furqueron, Don We ,
,Terry Brian, and David Cooper.
2 Carlisle 0
14 East Mountain 0
6 Leverett's Chapel O
6 White Oak 19
40 Chapel Hin 0
13 Troup 0 ,
26 Overton 6
Terry Irick gathers some yardage in the
Tr0uP'GaS'0n Junior High football Clash, Co-CAPTAINS
Terry Irick Bill Croft
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quad are, FIRST ROW Left to Right D0 R - .
Taylor, George J-0 L ' 1 nny icks, David Pool, Donald N' l M
weus Terry Irickneg. arry Clements. SECOND ROW: Jerry B,-ian, Bin Croft Ga. SEO . alcomn
. . arl Furqueron. THIRD ROW: Dale Finley CoachJ B Ad ' mes lckeson' Don
' - - HUIS. and Merritt Graves.
18 Chapel Hill 21
33 Troup 26
26 Overton 19
36 Carlisle 18
25 White Oak 32
24 East Mountain 32
37 Hallsville 39
The starting quintet, Jerry Brian,
George Jones, Terry Irick, Bill
Croft, Merritt Graves, and Coach
Adams "stack hands" before the
On a criss-cross play Merritt opening whistle-
Graves takes the ball from Bill
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Tennis hopefuls, Rachel Montgomery, Erma
Sue Mitchell, Margaret Crawford, Wanda
Dunn, and Shirley McKnight get the feel of
the rackets for spring training in tennis.
The eighth grade P. E. girls have a fine
time in a thrilling over and under relay.
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The 440-yard relay team--Clair
Branch, Billy Waggoner, Lonnie
Traylor, and Dick Hunt--warm up
for the big event.
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MEMBERS OF THE TEAM ARE, FIRST ROW, Left to Right Billy
Neal Rogers, Pete Miller, Houston Bradberry, Johnny Morrow, Dick
Hunt, Glenn Williams, Billy Adcock. SECOND ROW: Bobby Giles,
Austin Stroud, Jimmy McWilliams, Kenneth Rogers, Olin Dean Fisher,
Gus Copeland, Clair Branch, and Coach Van Haverbeke.
MEMBERS OF THE TEAM ARE,
FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Huey
Crisp, Dick Hunt, Larry Cooper,
A a ro n Cooper, Marshall Thomas,
Ben Arnold. SECOND ROW: Billy
Waggoner, Billy Hughes, Bob Burns,
Bill Leverett, Olin Fisher, GusCope-
land, Clair Branch, Lonnie Traylor,
and Coach Van Haverbeke.
Of course, as in every situation, someone has to take
charge of the business end of any deal. In"fi1mlar1d" the
producers "put up" the money and take care of the financial
problem. The store owners of our community play the part
of the producer in our movie production. The support of
these people help along the solving of the money problem of
our school life movie.
Member of Federal De
CITIZENS NATl0NAL BANK
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posit Insurance Corporati
Friendly Community Store
Turnertown, Texas i
"Patronize your home theater.
It is appreciated."
TEXA B0lLER and
"Where the home folks eat"
Turnertown Texas E T H10 W 0 R K
Hooxs MACHINE WORKS Welding
Q. P. Hooks, W. H. Hooks, Machine Work
Donald Q. Hooks
General Oil Field Welding W. C. Kiker'
Selman City Turnertown, Texas
Phone Turnertown 5F3
HARRY CLEA ER
Cold Fur Storage
EUGENE LACY Sn SON
Heat ISL Plumbing Contractor
115 W. Ragley Phone 2552
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904 S. Main Dial 2285
Dial 2 537
HADEN and BROW
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"The Rexall Drug Store"
Dial 3587 Henderson
M JOR and GARVI
Well Service Company
BOX 527 Field Office
Selman City Turnertown, Texas
, lii STROUD BROTHERS CONTRACTORS
o u1306 CANTON ST.
DALLAS 2. TEXAS
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"Sanitation is a way of life. It is the quality of
living that is expressed in 'the clean home, the
clean farm, the clean business and industry, the
clean neighborhood, and the clean community. Being
a way of life, it must come from within the peopleg
it is nourished by knowledge and grows as an ob-
ligation and an ideal in human realtions.
H. B. MEYER 8L SON
1306 Canton Street Dallas, Texas
T, L. MITCHELL
Randolph Hotel Building
"We Insure Anything"
"Home of Fine Clothes"
Humble Service Station
Esso Extra Gas
Washing and Greasing
FARLEY MOTOR C0.
Sales Lincoln-Mercury Service
503 West Main Henderson
Model D G Grader
Joinerville, Texas Box 714
COLLEGIATE WAYNE HUNT
SHOPPE Watch Repair
H . . . Scientific
Smart Women" All Work
DRUG STQRE Open 24 hours
Supplies g y
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Texas en erson
ORR Sn GILES
H Sf H COMPANY
MALTS - SUNDAES Phone 2134
In All Popular Flavors HeUd9f'50U 805 W' Mam
The cone With the Curl on Top" Henderson
Traffic Circle at Henderson
Electrical Contracting Service
1602 Longview Drive Phone 2121
PRINTING Sc STATIONERY
Authorized Sales and Service Agency
Standard and Electric
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208 East St, Henderson
Hardware, Radios, and
MAYa and HARRI
"Where You Can Always Be
Of Good Quality"
"Save As You Spend
With S Sn H Green
fannoli - flale
AND BACHELUIP LAUNDRY
Phil Gossett , 2
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DAVIS H. A. SMITH A, R, POOL
DRUG co. PARK
PRINTING CO- Sanitary Septic
113,115 Tank Cleaning Co.
"The Gang's Service Station
Printing - Office
Han out" .
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Typewriter-S PhOl'1e 4150
Turnertown Turnertown NeW-USed-Rent Henderson
Texas Texas Texas
HIGHTOWER DRUG CO.
Dial 2588 Henderson, Texas S, g ssse 5
AT U M 229 East Tyler WRIGHTS WRIGHT CITY
M Longview, Texas DRUG CO'
U Records Lester Sala's
I S Music George M. Wright
U gfglgis Phone 2545 at Wright City
V Q Accessories Henderson Philco
l Record Players Texas R C A
tummunuusrnunswis Instruments P. . .
PP. PEPPER CP.
Dial 3508 Henderson, Texas
DAVIS AUTOMOTIVE SUPPLY
"A Dependable Source of Supply"
Phone 4555-4556 Henderson, Texas
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HENDERSON FURNITURE CO.
713 W. Main APPLIANCES
Henderson Texas at PLUMBING
Esggiltscrjs what we sell" '
"One picture is worth ten
n Henderson thousand words"
Financing ------ Phone 2340
and Insurance Phone 3737 Henderson Texas
BAGLEY'S G. L. WILLIAMS
107 S. Marshall
East of Gaston
MACHINERY SUPPLY Su
ALFORD BRO. and GMWWGKL
117-19 N. Marshall
Henderson Dial 2566 Texas
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Dial 2514 Joinerville
Henderson, Texas Texas
Henderson, Texas phone 52505
Henderson, Texas Phone 2323
125 s, Main Dial 2508 TSX-HS
MAJESTIC W. M. STQM
SHOP Barber Shop
Phone 5lFl1 Texas
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