Gaston High School - Gusher Yearbook (Joinerville, TX)

 - Class of 1960

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' A ' ' I- ' ..'TZ fb-'Q'-1ff5': 1 n"" ' 55 ,f , fu . M. s . of ' ' v' ,, fa- ' " ff' L 'I , ' ' ffl A N, V I v, s f , , 0 as L, - - N f . .Q .f ..'- -1- 4. JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL HOME ECONCDMICS COTTAGE AUDITORIUM AND INDUSTRIAL BUILDING ENTRANCE TO HIGH SCHOOL L, inn-..........m SENIOR WALK 1155542 'mf 4,1 X PRESIDENT Sam Ad O. L. Anderson D D keson Paul F W. C. Kiker I. L. VVo H. R. TOLLESON BOARD OF EDUCATICN QL LIPERI TE DE T JOHN DURAN Stephen F. Austin State College B. S. l'nivcrsity of Texas M. Ed. ,- Ulu, 4 41- Ofc' A watermelon feast in the bunk yard brings tlw busy Duran family tugm-tlrvr for .ln hour of fvllmvwslxip. YYith Nancy to serve the cokcs ilu- Stvplwn- sum p.ms4- for rs-l.1x11- tion on Hu-ir cool from poruh. 'YN 'wt ,,'flV"W fu L iffy! 129 M' . 59137 'V'V""",7 J A1.- .1 if rs, f' M.. ,, wi ,L ,,,5x,.. M V I I 'V . " " 'L Jmxz' ' P L' 'f 1w5f'f,-' ,A W L," l ,B A.-:ilk y 335 -A ' " ,.f-"f""""'NwL ' A W" VH- " 1- :E ,1 aus'-'H M r 0" v ' A I 'wma av0"'A " 0' w ELEMENTARY PRINCIPAL DEE LEE THOMAS North Texas State College B. S. and NI. Ed. i i ' Lee's music at the piano brings vnjoy- im-nt .uni togvtliwrilm-xx to ilu- 'Iihonms fgunily. al: 'L wgn-fd f l ,ig v Mr. James Adams Miss Inez Ballard Miss Ella Barthold Shop and Assistant Coach Sixth Grade Commercial Subjects East Texas State College North Texas State College North Texas State College B. S. B. S. B. S. and Nl. B. A. Stephen F. Austin State College M. A. Mrs. Vesta Cooper Seventh Grade Stephen F. Austin State College B. S. and M. A. Mrs. Ada Mae Crook Accompanist and Clerk Mrs. Willie Rhea Dean Special Education Southwest Texas State College B. S. Sam Houston State Teachers College M. A. Mrs. Elsie Dent Kindergarten Southern Methodist University Stephen F. Austin State College East Texas State College FACU LTY fi: 'K if :bm is 5' 'f-'ff 4 ' i,f7:.f f'- ffj 2 rf -91, ' . 1. 'A 10' ' . if W' . f fat.-.2 'I in Lg .1 .f f f .W YY V - 5 Mr. john Dent Mrs. Fred Dunn Miss Hilda Caut Eighth Grade and Dmmatics Fourth Crade Seventh Grade North Texas State College Stephen F. Austin State College Stephen F- AUSUH State College B. S. B. S. and M. A. B. A. and M. A. East Texas State College M. Ed. ACU LTY X f 1 ,Q- A -,-'fi 'xl 1 g' F35 r it I Mr. Doyle Gentry Sixth Grade Stephen F. Austin State College B. S. and M. Ed. Mr. Ozzie Gramling Mathematics Stephen F. Austin State College B. S. and M. Ed. Mr. Mervyn Greer Coach and Physical Education Arkansas State Teachers College B. S. E. Mr. A. W. Hamilton Band University of Arkansas B.S. E. and M. Ed. .4-"' 1.v"' 1' K v... -0 54 2: fi Miss Dreeby Haskins Mrs. Velera Henson Miss Evelyn Holman First Crude Fourth Crude Third Crude East Texas State College Stephen F. Austin State College Su-P11011 F, Augtin State College B. S. B. S. und M. A. ll. S. uncl M. Ed. Stephen F. Austin State College M. Ed. Mrs. Ruby Hudson Physical Education East Texas State College B. S. and M. S. Mrs. Josephine jenkins Registered Nurse St. joseph's Infimmary Miss Armide Keeter Librarian North Texas State College B. A. Texas VVoman's University B. S. in L. S. Miss Ruth Kirkham English North Texas State College B. A. University of Texas M. A. FACU LTY -turf ? IV? Miss Virginia Knapp Registrar and journalism Texas Tc-clmologicul Cfllll'gl' B. A. University of Tvxus M. A. FAC U LTY -an-uh, f W, C7 Mrs. Bonnie Bell Smith Mrs. Lorene Stephenson Miss Fannie Mae Stone First Grade Fifth Grade English and Annual Stephen F. Austin State College Mary Hardin-Baylor College Stephen F. Austin State Collt ge B. S. and M. Ed. B. S. B. A. and M. A. Mrs. Lula B. Strickland Third Grade Stephen F. Austin State College B. S. and M. A. Mrs. Geraldine Stroud Home Economics Stephen F. Austin State College B. S. Miss Billie Summy Bookkeeper Federal Institute Mr. William E. Thomas, I Science East Texas State College B. S. AC U LTY 7'1"-1 .. 311 'hifi .5-EE-I -f"L Mrs. Onie I. Wade Social Science Stephen F. Austin State B. S. unrl M. A. .,f 1.4-1 ,Q W ' l i 3 Mrs. Lurene Waggoner Miss Lillian YVatson Second Crude Niuthenmtics Collf-ge Ste-ph:-n F. Austin State College NtJftllvTL'XilS State College B. S. :uid N1.Ed. B. S. and M. S. ACULTY s Mrs. Mary Jim VVhitten Librarian and Annual Texas NVoman's University B.A. Miss Sally Ben VVilliams Choral Music East Texas Baptist College B. M. Dr. Robert T. McKibben of Stephen F. Austin State College meets with one of the faculty in service study groups in the capacity of consultant. IN MEMCRIAM SUPERINTENDENT JOHN DU RAN Q , 2 ,f if ,. ' "L .ffmf h , ffm, 4,45 1 ,N A., . ,, V 'Sv 5, 1"-, mmf 'QIML 'wk J 1 iv-21:4 ,1f.Qf" 'QS Q www ,,, aw: ,- f fc ALJ' ,-".'3,Z . .,, . ,L 1' rw" y, JOYCE RICHARDS ALEDICTORIAN SALLITATQRIAN x JANET JOHNSON bl' Anthony Adams lndustrlal Arts Q lv WHCDS WHCD Wayne Connelly Boys Physlcal Education Robert Dlckeson Agriculture dwg ZMP5 1 L J, :I J' 33114 4 5 -Lv 4137- '- ,.,,f:f ' Rs,-'ruff-V , - Iva'- P- ,L A .11 Joyce Richards Language Arts WHOS WHO Charles Smlth Science J Vt Make Tolleson Mathematics J -fp xx , E 4? ,1- . Q .ri I A , k s A, ,MV S .. . 'f-fd . u .A ""f , 'EZ J L, ' v 2 ' .' ' '. .if 'T V 7 w,?4H'.'m if . . ' - T Vw- ,A . j'f,,Q,s1fEdi up .by " '. ' . t ram, A . .gl aiu "-as Rf a- Kay Weast Home Economics and Soclal Studies WHO S WHO Mary Wall Girls Physical Educatnon and Publications lr- .yy EH ',. .-fgrw. Af, 6' 1 Q Z' H- - Ar- .V . ' I ll . -17, , I 'sl ' " , 1, V . tu N ui' A S ' ., Q' 5' ff 6' ,Q 1 .' ,dish sv ' -:', -. , ' f 4 .1 'zQ.,'," ' , 925' A ,,,,,.,"'f" I M ,,f.f:ym"""i . .rv-'K'-, '- - 1' fa'-' ' A . I-' ill.:-0 I in L . .J ' ,J ,.- WYE A 4 'Q "A 5" ' fi P-QS " al'-cl -eg' 'V O QI Q I xii M2 fl gv . Ti 4 I in Wil 2 'if f JUNICDR REPRESENTATIVE STUDENTS BETH COOPER Doueuxs LQWE U .SO J 4 F x , . 8 H, , A I' V9 W? Quik, A ,ZW 1,.AffQwl"". A 41- . fitf xv:-.flxgv viifv-A ,Q Q QL: ' M411-'tr 'QQ' .. - , .WI -,,.. ' ' ,f L37 . ' 'YESV9 Lg .. gf w.a"'x:2'4 x' ' , N, Q, me Q.. 'rn'- ,.'i ' g . :ff a it '41 ll Q Q X gif b K? . .,, ,jf 5 ff ' f f 1' Il gg .3 3- ,W 'Cn A. 5 I 2- 39 x A Www ff Kei, N1 MU' x., N ,C . Z as ,ff foxff"5,, X210 N 41111 to lmw' Nlmllc- Ima' and Umm Allm Co-cuplaninxs of tln- Tc-xus Longlm tkmtlyull U-nun, and Miss Nluril 'l'unu'r. Miss Tc-ws of 1960, to sn-In N . x 1 3 . -.lx . I G!-XSTON'S MCDST BEAUTIFUL CHARLOTTE TARRANT -sf- .-. 13? Q fm fy, W 1 '1 I- -' . 'Elm Rip. aff' A-441 '. , gmt? 5 ':'?'2 f Awww ' - A ,, ' .: SUMMER ENDS... wx., SCHOOL BEGINS r"' p f Y' --"N" as . :kite Behind the scenes the School Board meets and plans with the Administration in order for school to get OH to a good start. Cast0n's first general faculty meeting ot the 1959-60 school year is presided over by Superin- tendent john Duran in the spacious auditorium. Four new teachers are welcomed to the group-Mr. Larry Pipes. Nir. XVilliam Thomas. Mr. jerry Matthews and Miss Sally Ben VVilliams. Coming a week later. Mrs. Geraldine Stroud replaces Miss joe Marie Phillips. IH! liiii I Readying t e xt books for the eager and not- so-eager schol- ars is the task of the new text book custodian, Mr. VVilliam Thomas, jr. He handles S o in e 8000 hooks from the Text Book Division of the T e x a s Educa- tion Agency at Austin, Texas. The Elementary teachers meet with their principal. Klr. D. L. Thomas, Present with the group is Nlrs. Ozzie f Crzunling, A frequent and pleasant 4. substitute Q29 , -V 9, L, if ,EU Slimmer mail! How it pilc-s up in the liliruryl Nlrs. Nlury lim XYliittcn, High School lihrurinn, sorts and checks nvwspnpvrs uncl iiiuguzim-s which hm 0 :14-ciiiiilllutt-cl cluriiig tlnrcc infmths. After counseling with students Betty Ilziydon, Dull- Connelly, Sue VVilliams u n cl Bill Theriot - Mr. Stephenson changes schedules. J Q if 1 LW 1.!,:nllru i ,l Principal L. A. Stephenson lirim-fs thc- lligh SL-lmfrl fticulty on pmccclure-s to lu' fullowt-d thc first Lluy ot school zuicl through the year. Q., X I 1 Q ff iw. A 7 Y , ' Q' C, 1 Cafeteria Manager Mrs. Bertie Abbott MAINTENANC 'l , rfb! za Night Custodian Mr. T. M. Paine .QM ,gi ' .1 ,V MIKE-?4,n la Housekeeper Mrs. Cecelia Muckelrath Ladies of the Cafeteria Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs. Mrs. Dessie jones Lola Anderson Corenne Decker Opal Hale Eloise Strickland Bus Drivers Mr. joe Allen jones Mr. George jones Mr. Travis Smith Mr. Roy Green Mr. William Thomas Mr. A. A. Swinney -.1 -igm I P Q l l K f Custodians Mr. W. E. Finley Mr. C. W. Dorsey Mr. M. A. Hunt Mr. S. W. Ellis Mr. A. B. Strickland L , 5' i i O 1 Q, A E, P.. Miss Kifkhum lmrkx me-r Ifnglish IX' rm-Nr-:ara-11 pupf-rs with juyu- Rlvllalrcls .xml "Skippy" -ll'HkillQ, as 'Z Y ' ' gg ' VV" -x , 1 2 , 45 V , , Senior vSCh?lZlStiL'S uprcsvntl inte-rcstimg tupirs for disc-ussion in Second Year Homemaking girls Hn. XX ado s ,AIIll'I'lC'AlI'I History clues. -Silllv NVQ, Louigp Stmvvng and Ruth I Strvicklund - cxuminc thc new washer-drycr combination. -X i f V.-1 A 4 f ' 4 Q.: L' 4 p-Q' Nlatalyn Taylor vxplnins .m .xl- Qvbra prulmh-m whim-h Hhm- Inu wurlwd. Q. Students in the Phi Slcs CILISQ civ- tcrmmm tl CfHClfI1Cy of gm CLASSRGQM The sixth period Bookkce ping class is im ll Q y if-nrnim: to mnkn- zn trial imlzxncv. l The registration hour is a time of happy reunion for ex-students who register in the cafeteria, reminisce about old times and enjoy refreshments of cake and coffee. Outgoing President of the Ex- Students Association, C. R. Newton-Class of '46, greets President-elect Aalon Ferguson -Class of '42. 46 HOMECOMI C5 Castonls ninth annual IIOIIICCOIIHIIQ was held on "the hill" Saturday, Oetoher 17, 1959. Sponsors-cl by the Ex-Students Assoeiution, it was attended hy over four hunclred former Gustonites. The schedule for the clny's events inelucleil registration from 3:00 to 5:00g ai business meeting in the illllllitifllllll, held to elect oflieers of the Ex-Students Assoeintion for the year 19604 ai footlmll gznne in the Red Devil stuclium ut 7:30g and ai reception following the game. rx gif JL :. Y 5 f ffH.aa'!: -1 ag- V QM ' ST 1. ,, nk ,- , f . , sfwcffiifl -4-'IW ,f r Xx' xg f ,fx - N K M x A H LLOWEEN CORGNATION AND CARNIVA Queen of Halloween Prlscllla XVooley he Klng of Hfalloween Nlxchflel Ferguson The FHA Foods Booth IQ 1 unter of mterest It the funn ll DCllClIll1S IG cllxc mndx I3 Loolxue Qulclxslelus md clrmlxs Gill fx l1llI12.,X'X nppntltns 1 fl--,Q A hut' 'Sir Cramlmg N tlu lured of tl spongf ln tlu Flmrul Clulu populu Booth PRESENTING . . . Queen Priscilla and her Court of Princesses T, 'lg fg , ? 5 .Q ,s 3 a if F Qu - 3 5 l , f 3 I K' K 'W- I-I ' - 4 Q 1 s S The Coronation of tln' King and Que-cn of llrillrixu-vii wus ai pri-sviitntiuii of tlu- Elcincn- tary Sr-limls, Rnyiilty frmn can-li griulv niaiclc np tln- Cfunrt. Ai-it-r fplll'l'Il Priscilla was crmviivcl. slu- and licr snlijm-ts wvrc royully and Princes. Duchesses and Dukes i 4 Q! , 1 v is ' c-ntcrtniiiccl witli ai progrinn cntitlccl "Ghostly Ciicstsf' Eau-li 4-l.iss prc-seine-cl ii nninlwr for thi- Cuiirtl l'lll1'I'l2lllllNl'l'll. Following tlin- Curniiritioii tlic' Curiiiwil was In-ld in tlic' gyinnzisinni, "A Ernest Ledger pn-sviils 11 lnsciuns cxilce to tlic lncky winncr in onc mnncl of thi' Baincl's Cake VVull:. The fascinating prizes in tliz- Pm-p Sqnnd's Bingo Bootli attract nixiny stncln-nts and patrons to try tlicir lnclc. IINIJ Mrs. Hudson must have been a good girl-she got a doll for Christmas. These girls portray angels as the choral group sings "Angels XVe Have Heard On High." l Seniors serenade the high suhool us they joy- ously sing the well-loved Christmas carols. HRISTMAS ARRIVES , L. 1 "" il 5' fd ,wk-ir 'kill' Miss Haskins' First Graders en- joy thc atmosphere of Christmas in their room. Cecil Morgan depicts traditional Russian Yule- tide customs during the annual High School Christmas Program. GASTON HILL 'fl W They anticipate the festivities to come when they will have their party and open the gifts. These Fifth Grade Students think that refreshments make the party. ,Vu ' " ' Ri fl 1 ' 'A v J ww, 1 'Aw I Sixth Graders are eager to show the gifts they have just received at their class party. ,, 'L Av Christmas decorations made by Fourth Graders help the atmos- phere at their party. -or Seventh Graders enjoy a won- derful party in the Ir. High Library. EVENTS Iohnnie Metcalf reports to Nurse jenkins for a yearly ev- uminntion of eyes and ears. Mrs. Daniel Shaw, President of the Twelfth District of PTA M O L E helps the Gaston PTA eelebritt the PIA .mnn ers.1r5 . Faye Panell, Dean of Nursing at T.VV.U,, is the speaker for the XVednes- day Study Club program presented to the Home- making girls. Faculty members share clean-up duties after a barbecue held in the cafe- teria. -q-QS? Football Sweetheart, Mary Romberg, poses with candidates-Rubx lo Dicltc son Fr anus liek ering, Sue VVilliams and Nancy Speeht-and their escorts-Brian Taylor Jimmy Osborne Buddx Clark, Duane Gibbs, Dana Benson and Dickie Newton. QW 0 Y, Frances Pickering, Kathy Musick, Buddy Clark and Bobby Bates were overjoyed when school was dismissed ln-cause of icy weather. n'-1 ,Q- Nir Dec Lee Thomas newly elected Su erin - - s . P ' tendcnt, welcomes Mr. Nat Roach, the new Elementary Principal. Everyone enyoys 1 football banquet Charles Smith, hand president, crowns Chur- lotto Tarrant, Band Sweetheart. The sweet- hcurt candidates are Cenicvu Cooper, Nancy XVilson, Linda james and Cwen Wright. ,av-"' Miss Knapp tours Old Ironsides on her vacu- tion with Miss Kirkham. W, ,, 1' , MEMOR BLE EVENTS 2' john Henson signs gt two thousand dollar eliecli for tht- first payment on tlie 1960 CASTON CUSHER. 9 U31 if Duane Gibbs, Senior class president. accepts n ,qw Students pllce flowers on tlie cross 'it the tr'1 plaque from Mr. Stephenson for tlie Seniors for . I , L - -- f f ' the preSL.ntJm,n of thc best C1355 aggembh. pm- Cl1llOHill hnstcr program sponsored by tlie Elc- gram. inentnry School. L! I Affair ' 'T-'ff ' 2 ille- flfflii 1 C Q31 V A Q Y 3 fvii iw , W t 3 ,I+ .3 tai - - 41 f- 4 I, - i R Mr. Adams proudly presents tlit- twin calm-s An annual event for Second Year lloinemnlcinp, Wliilli llf' iN Yiliwilii-ZA irls is a tour of model kitchens sponsored by 51 the United Cas Company. Ad salesmen-Charlotte Tarrant, Bobby Dillon, junior High and Elementary sponsors, Mrs. Nlary XVall and Linda Dodson-lm-ave for a day Parker and Miss VVilliams, proof triplicate copy of ad selling. sliccts. -9 W Class and Circulation Editors- jane johnson, Sandra Ander- son, Sammie High, Mrs. Ada Mae Crook and Mrs. Vcra Scott-make a final count on Gusher sales. qv Sn Concession Mana ers, Clarence Typists, Nancy Buford and pare to write the Stewart and Rigby Diclcc-son, NllIlCyF1'COI11LlIl, work togctllcr copy for Senior count money from concession typing the namcs on triplicate Football. sales. Copy. ah THE DEVIL'S DELIGHT STAFF 'l'l.i- I7w1,i1's Drliiglii lmrt Nix iiii-iiiiwix lblhlllt' Clititi, 'Skipinyp Jviikiiix, Kay XXX-.ixt, XI.irx' Will. -luyuf Hivinircis .uint j.iiiif- Crisp' tu .ittviiri tin- 'livmw High SL-Ianni Prews issu- vi.itimi Cfmnt-iitiuii nt Denton. 17:-L-cfiiitwr 3. -1 .tml 5, 1959, xxiivrc tin' DIfI,IClIlT unix .mxirnif-ri ii All-'I'e'X.v Riitiml. Editor. jmu- Hiciizircts. .md AQ- xisttii.t lfctitwrx. B.ll'iT.tI'Qt xxvttiliiljl tinct 'Skippf' ,Ii-iikiiis, in-gin work on om- utlitioii of tiir: I7vi'il'.s' Dvligflif. L. 447 I Q., gl 5 i 1 ii On a typical day of the wt-ck wlwn tim Dcwilys Dvliglit is to be isslivd, Mary, Misx Knapp. Sponsor, Mix Virginia Knapp, lic-ips Ile-.iclliiw Editor, Kay WR-gint, find thi- right ivtti-r-giiidv 15.1 Print Manager. Mary Wlill, Lind .-'vsidiiiit Print Ni.iii.1 Qvr. I ri Huy Xklill, work its ai tuiiii tu ' Q gvt tin' p.ipvr wit tin- 1 : 53 il pnwx. Club Editors, Szimniic Iligh and Ch trlrittt Tar rint, clisck the- for tlimir cle itlir viliilo jiinie Crisp, Nliiiling Editor, prtpirns thc Femme Editors N1 irgiftt Huff md Diidnp mlilifli-Z liSl'. J is l rut irtli it storms x write 4655 Simmiv, Kay. junio and Ioycv are found biisilx Twpist lxirtn Trcsmr br ins to pri txpc vshilc working .it their Yzlrioiis jobs. Sports Editors - Kenneth Ross, Jimmy Osborne :incl Robert Dickcson-study the Basketball Tournament bruclcct b e f 0 r ei xwiting their storivs. CLARINETS Barbara XValling, Beth Cooper, Margaret Huff, Joyce Richards, Mary Romberg, Dotsy XVells, Matalyn Taylor, Louise Stevens, Sue VVilliams, Jolene VVilson, Virginia Bmndage. Nina Rom- berg, Nancy VVallace, Sharlot Cuytine, Patsy Welch, Sandra Cooper, VVanda Strickland. FLUTES Sandra VValdron, Judy Nicol, Diana Mathis, Carolyn Specht, Linda James, Sammie High. PICCOLO Genieva Cooper BASSOON Betty Crocker OBOE Nancy Specht CORNETS Charles Smith, Nancy Stone, Robert Bailey, John Henson, Judy Littlefield, Dickie Newton, Don Anderson, Jerry Marshall, NVayne Autrey, Johnny Rockey. TH E GASTO HIGH ublni.-.., .... - ,ka .QV Sig QT Q9 -D1 Summer rehearsals opened another eventful year for the Gaston High School Band under the direction of Mr. Alexander Hamilton. The band presented eleven halftime performances including precision drills. intricate twirling routines. majorette dances and jazz numbers. U The band highlighted a successful marching season hy receiving the only Division I rating in Class A at tie annual Region IV Marching Contest. As a result the band was privileged to lead the Henderson Christmas Parade and was also in the Kilgore Christmas Parade. At the All-Region Band try-outs held December 12, 1959, in Cladewater. five Gaston band members-Emest Ledger, Tony Elliott, Beth Cooper, Barbara XValling and Charles Smith- were selected for the 1959-1960 All-Region Band. SCHOOL BAN TM in A' 'T ---v.,,,,,4,mA , '..,w1 of 'Pb als 1-5 60 Q Ernest Ledger went to Area and Tony Elliott went to State where he placed first Chair on the bass horn in the All-State Band. Continuing with individual honors, students who went to solo and ensemble contest brought home twenty-four first place medals. Caston's twirling section was outstanding as exemplified in the summer twirling school held in Kilgore where the grouv won three first places in the high school ensemble contest. The girls were awarded first vlaee in military baton twirliug and dance twirling and the group also was selected as the lmest all-round twirling ensemble from over 250 girls represented at the camp. Thirteen first place medals added to the group's honors December 5, 1959, when the twirlers attended the Interscholastic League Twirling Contest. we . l Y , " 7 lf v. . ,,'g1,, lg fajggg .Q 'gr ,v if 'V Mg, ,A V Q ip ' 'A -of SAXOPHONES Kathy Musick, Nancy Freeman, Sandra Summy, Frances Picker- ing, Linda Dodson, Phyllis Pugh, Bill Coureier. FRENCH HORNS Ruby Io Diclceson, Dvsdght Huntsman, Douglas Jackson, Eugene Layne, jane Dickeson, Charlotte Tarrant. TROM BONES Lynn Costlow, Brian Taylor, Danny james, james Dodson. BARITONES Ernest Ledger, Kim Tolleson, Bobby Dillon. BASSES Tony Elliott, Cary Crisp, Clar- ence Stewart, Robert WVood, Albert Taylor. PERCUSSION Kay VW-ast, Gwen YVright, Nan- cy NVilson, John L. Thomas, Pat Sanders, Jeanie Newcomb, Barbara Lincecum, Cay Nell Hollingsworth. OFFICERS john I.. Thonms Social CZIILIITIILIII Sandra Vilildron Kay XXX-gist Gwen XVright Mary Hoxnhc-rg Charles Smith Secretary Vice-Presidei it Social Chuirinan Treasurer President THE GASTO HIGH SCHOOL BAN The band stands at ll rigid parade rest as the ranks are inspected at the Region IV Marching Contest in Henderson where the band received a Division I rating. y P in -'34 5- L.. -J' N-n 1.4 KWH -A-AL-A sg' fr A 1 v Ig First Row B1r111r1 N111 r11 D1 11 Ix IX R1 11 11111 X1 1111 I XIIII T 1rr 1111, f11lZlI'1l'S F1-rr1-11, 1rc s Ix r111 NI Il 1 lll1N NI IN II 1 1 1 X11r11111 Rogvrs, 1rg,111 I 1 III 1 Il ll II Xl I lXL11l 'I 1x'111r. Third Row: 1 s111111 111 os ITN N Illl 111 11111111 1111111111 1311111 11111111111 I"1'rQ11s1111, r1111 S Lond Ross 1111 j LS 11111 C r1 111 C 111r11i Shu 11't. IIK'llI'f' II11r11y, SIXTH GRADE BAND First Row: kIf1i11nna 1I111Iso11. K.1r1-11 S11-V1-11s, S11.1r011 St1'w'11Q. Pvggy' XY.111i11g, XIAIXIK' Sp1'1-111, lJ11lIll' I'11s1'y, Second Row: Y11r.1Cl1A1-x11.1111,1111111 Di11ui1111i1'. A. L. I..lf'lll'. 1111s1411- A11111'1-wx. -1LlIlI4'N A11.1111N. Dun Cf1111p1-1. D111111i1- I7i1111-y. Third Row: 1511111111 Slll' I..1111111-rt. A 1111 C111114. Stvu' f'1111p1'r. S.1111111y :xllII't'f. I5r111-1- XI.1t11ix. XI.111-111111 XX'111'1'1'11. I-1111r.1 II111111J1-ral. I.111c1.1 S111- XVt'1l'1l. 411-.111 S111it11. Kindergarten students enjoy a lively musical game. Second Graders study a rhythm pattern nndr-r the direction f Mrs. Cussic Parker. JUNIOR HIGH CHORAL CLUB First Row: Mike jonm-s, Alvis Chainhcrlain, Bynum, Kart-n Str-ymis, Linda XVoods, Vicki M1-rvyn Crt-cr, Larry Stcphcns, Lcc Thomas, Mathis, Barhara Maynard, Ruth lac-kson, Linda Ls-sslcy Smith, Tommy Stephens, Charlf-s Pol- Adams. Third Row: Vlilliam Ba er, Don Boat- lard, Clifford Thomas, Dianc Dallas, Sharon wright, David Cray, Barry Moorman, Bill Olson, Stcycns, Peggy Walling, Lynda Smith, Maxic Danny Conrcicr, Mary Lou Connelly, Ioan Spf-clit. Ivana XYallacc, Ruth Duran, Sue Strick- Smith, Juanita johnson, Linda Olson, Ruth land. Second Row: Donnie Finley. Icrry Steph- Dinwiddic, Carol Moorman, Beth Dinwiddio, c-ns, Clcn Rawlinson, Bohhy Sparks, john Donna Boatwright. Norma Rogcrs. Nancy Clark, David Thcriot, David Mathis, Margie Stephenson,CailTollcson. Hohcrtson, Dianc Posey, Laura Rombcrg, Jani- 3 lf K' " ' ' f' 3' - ' 9 J l Q' ,' ' 4 6 , 4 P - I r - - S 1 F ii X -A ' - U I . Y 4w. F . ' xx A .i Q Q A-at FUTURE HOMEMAKERS CDF GASTO The Caston Chapter of the Future Home- niakers of America had many Jrojects and activities this year. They attended! the District Meeting in Judson Grove, Area Meeting in Carthage and the State Meeting in Austin. T17 Y A CLUB Pin Up Boys: "Skippy" Jenkins and Anthony Adams. First Row: Kay XVeast, Jo Lane VVil- liams, Karen Tresner, Cvwen Vtlright, Mary XVall, Betty Haydon, Mary Romberg, Nancy Buford, Joyce Richards, Janie Crisp, Janet Johnson, Nancy Freeman, Joyce Cilley. Second Row: Linda James, Beth Cooper, Mary Ann Ivey, Gertrude Ellis. Linda Hardy, Carolyn Stroud, Carolyn Speeht, Barbara VValling, Jo- lene YVilson, Frances Pickering, Kathy Musick, Jenice Ellis. Third Row: Damell Utzman, Their projects included collecting Christmas cards, selling cakes and planting red roses, The girls worked on degrees and participated in chapter and assembly programs. Gertrude Ellis, Cay Nell Hollingsworth and Carolyn Stroud eount Christmas cards to be sent to the Tuberculosis Hospital in Tyler, Texas. Sallie Nye, Charlotte Tarrant, Ruth Strickland, Matalyn Taylor, Cay Nell Hollingsworth, Mar- garet Huff, Mary Ann Crisp, Louise Stevens, Elise Me-Allister, Sandra Anderson, Sammie High. Fourth Row: Mrs. Geraldine Stroud, Diana Mathis. Lynda Newcomb, Nancy XVilson, Carolyn Ivey, Sandra Summy, Nancy Stone, Joyce Thomas, Ruby Jo Dickeson. Hazel Hier- onimus, Judy Nicol, Judy Littlefield, Barbara Lincecum. FHA Officers-Nlary Romherg, Parliamentariang Beth Cooper, Pnhlie Rr-lations Viet- Presidentg Carolyn Spec-lit, Degree Vice Vresidentg Carolyn Stroud, Projects Vice Presidentg Kay VVeast, Presidentg Mary Wall, Song Leaderg Sanimie High, Secretaryg Joyce Richards, First Vice ii 7 Presidentg janet johnson, Pianistg Mrs. Geral- dine Stroud, S ionsorg Charlotte Tarrant, Treas- urerg Cay Nell Hollingsworth, llistoriang and Gertrude Ellis, Sergeant-at-Annsnprepare for an executive council meeting. yi c Ruby Io Dickeson, Sallie Nye, Charlotte Tar- rant, Carolyn Specht and Mrs. Stroud count the money the FHA,ers tumed in from the cake sa e. L Barbara Walling, Beth Cooper and Charlotte Tarrant prepare FHA publications. '1 -mol FUTURE FARMERS CF GASTO '1 -RJ:- pcn N f A .1 -1 . Q55 ' . Ul- L ll J 5:5-:FT er: Z q E ' " 6, : " lv 3 ' ' 1 l The oHicers-Mickey Copeland, Vice-President, Kenneth Cooper Sentinelg Nvayne Pace, Secre- tary, Beverly Thomas, Treasurer, Roger Ellis, Reporter, and Robert Diekeson, President-ex- amine a new Future Farmer magazine. CLUB MEMBERS First Row: Robert Cuytine, Jolene XVils0n Rohert Diekeson, Mr. Larry Pipes, Sponsor. Second Row: Don Anderson, VVayne Pace jackie VVallace, VValter Ellis, Edward jones Edwin jenkins. Third Row: jerry Parker, Gordon VVaggoner, Roger Ellis. YVayne Taylor, Roy Davis, Charles Ellis, Lee'Roy VVall. F0l1l'th Row: Joe Burnes. Otis Pirtle, Kenneth Cooper, Mickey Copeland, Steve Dorney. ,mum E :tbl Otrs Prrtle gncs 1 plpe cutting md weldlng demonstr mon for the other Future Firmers Under the leidershlp of Nir Llrry PIPCS the Gaston Future Firmers of Amenm bcgm the 'lctrxxtxts of the yesar by attending the Texts State Fur ID D1ll1s and xrsxtlng the mmv During the xeir mlnv worthwhile projects wc ff L xrrled out by the Futurc Fmncrs An outstrndmg 'mcomphshmcnt mls made hx Rohc rt Drckc son when he rc cexved the Lom CXhlbltS thcre Thtv also attended the Fort Worth Stock Show St lr St ltc Degree K'-T Sq lil 4 in. f qt Iackle Wallace feeds hrs regrstered Duroc Wayne Pace grooms h1S fine ersey cows that jersey plgS he bought when they were c'1 ves x fm' X 1 ' ll 4 . " c 1 ' 2 1 . 1 1 . 1 1' 1 1 1 ' '. LQ ' i 't 'Q ' ' 'L ' , ' 1 ' . L., ,s ,VK . .L- V-2 CM L- , vi . I 1 ii , . i f Y, , . ,A , , . , . , V' ,I . k R , I ... I g . , A 5 , , f ..:.-V! -.Y , - .5 4... . .. A g' f,- -, ,. . ,Lf ... .g ' -4 f, .1---.- - , . - . ,. . i . 2 , f ' . , ' ' 1 gt 's!Q,- x1,,.,. . 3 .ful A r '-.5-e 1. -v ,- . 4 . 3 . 1 2 , 'N l PEP SQUAD The girls in the Pep Squad did their part to lceefz school spirits high. They supported the ic-ani at :ill ffmtlml ganies and boosted their morale at the pep rallies. 'Z Mrs. Ruby Hudson Sponsor W, 49 CLUB MEMBERS First Row: Io Lane VVilliams, Carolyn Stroud, Mary Wall, Linda Hardy, Karen Tresner. Sec- ond Row: Gertrude Ellis, Sallie Nye, Lynda Newcomb, Ruth Strickland, Carolyn Ivey, Linda Sue Freeman, joyce Thomas, Kay NVright, Elise Me-Allister. Third Row: Mary Crisp. Ioyee Gilley, Hazel llieronimus, Linda Hunt, Cay Nell Hollingsworth, Elizabeth Ileuton. Nimey Buford, Janie Crisp, janet jolinsion, Guy Bur- hum. n . U "Q fray' 1:1 ' ,, lylivllv! --Q i ' V , olq ' i, -- 4NY' S' Q are -,,-,. , :I if . A' ' If Q ' ' -'UE' M ' 'M 'v IQ- Y' . 918 ,V 15' -it CHEERLEADERS Jo Lane Williams, Carolyn Stroud, Mary Wall, Linda Hardy and Karen Tresner. 7 ig ? rf fi ff is . gf f f 5 f. 5 I D 'Lf aasn ' I Q I9 'U , y X, g 2, Ur f ,NW c 9 f j ' Q C V I 5 E "' I The fate of a Leverettls Chapel Lion is dem- H5 ff V 1 : 3 Fi- gri:f1,!:Tedha5y.a pep rally by Pat Sanders and fs g xl 2 fi , X 3 I My A f 'U C fl s S , rr ,r Fill ll 5 ,L 'J f IX N.: ' ' 3 ,K WJ 4 NJ cy CSP 5-FN. The cheerleaders decorate the goal posts in preparation for the Homecoming game. CRAFTSMEN CLUB The memhers of the Craftsmen Club partici- pated in varied activitics this year superviscd hy Mr. J. B, Adams. Each had a projcct including the making of such things as lamps. coflice tahlcs and guitars which will he valuahlc to thc hoys in the future. A group project was thc making of two pairs of water skis that wcre given away to lucky winners at thc Halloween Carnival. Also during tht- ycar the cluh toured the dt ,.. M, Texas Eastman Plant and thc R. C. Le Tour- - y neau Plant at Longyicw and went on a fishing AV' trip in thc spring. N., ,Wh tsp p X . A Xa .Jul , . g X ,ag -ffl-XC -1 The officers-Mr. Adams, Sponsorg Bohhy Bates, Social Chairmang Anthony Adams, ViCe-Presi- dentg Beverly Thomas, Reportcrg VVayne Con- nelly, Sccrc-tary-Trcasurerg and Rohert Cuytine, Prcsidenthlook ovcr a hlueprint. Members of the Craftsmen Club-Charles Pool, Bates, Beverly Thomas, Robert Cuyetine and Douglas jackson, VVaync Connelly. Craig Robcrt Bailev-are instructed on putting the Stuart, Anthony Adams, Bill The-riot, Bohhy hladcs in a plancr hy the sponsor, Mr. Adams. mama aff' 'E c..-1-4 '?""'X A... 'fx A-C51 'ix is 'SERS The club members get busv on thelr pro1ec.ts 'lt thelr regular weekly meetmg X S Q --4 Beverly Thomas fits the top on hls cedar chest whmle assxsted bv VK ay ne Connellx B111 Thenot Charles Pool and Douglas jackson I wr wl Robert Ballev, Bobbv Bates, Anthony Adams Cralg Stuart and Robert Guytme mspett thelr handmorlt before tummg the boat over to attach the bottom W.-M. xl, ,E DR MATICS LUB Thirty-two students, including Freshmen through Seniors, composed tlie Drainatics Club this year. One of the higliliglits of the year was xi skit presented for the PTA under the direction of Hike Tolleson. The 17l.ljSiA-Sfllltlflllg It XYitli The Boss," 'ABQ-ware of XYimlows," "No Creater lane." and "Iluslmands Are llumani'-were presented to the students at xarious times throughout the year. v-' Members of the Dramatics Club participate in a skit presented for the PTA. CLUB MEMBERS Joyce Thomas, Carolyn Ivey, Sandra Cooper, Sandra Sumniy, judye Nicol. Hazel Ilia-ronimus Ruth Strickland, Linda Dodson Kim Tolleson , . Barbara Lincecum. Virginia Brundage, Shirlex- McDaniel, Nancy VVilson, Mary jo Nlilliarns John L. Thomas, Louise Stevens, Diana Mathis Frances Pickering, Buddy Clark, Mickey Cope- land. Jolene YVilson, Paul Fess, jerry Thomas Bill Montgomery, Karen Tresner. Gwen VVright Pat Sanders, Mr. Dent, jerry Grisham, Eliza- beth Iieaton and Sue XVilliams. .F -N . bl 'U Z 'DTH 23' -I 2: :R 01 l"l"l Z NALC :r-4 ce 5:4 3'3- -25 Ville-v cw:- E' 1 :ig Lff: R475 E55 2.36 9 -x2""' .- L-.. --cz.: cm -1 ... 04: cc. w::f: N.-. - e:,':: fic! ,,, -1-:ve I-'. -3 Dr: Haw: .,, .cl 2.3 'Vw I-o s.. z ,.,. ... - TO -15 qi. ..- z: ,,., cl.. :. L4 :P ':J,, A? lm Q75 QF Pllpffv L? , - . 5 5 32 ftfiie' Q ff 'iff' I -fi-23' -' ,fb 9 1 .1 x '54, ,. f-P NSW 5 , There were more than fifty people who served on the various committees representing the community as a whole. The PTA sponsored the distribution of Thanksgiving lmaslcets containing food, clothing and personal grooming aids. They also gave the Gaston Cusher a gift of SSO. Miss Ella Barthold and her second year Typing Class pre- pared and puhlished "The PTA Messenger." a monthly news- letter compiled by officers and coinrnittees of the PTA and sent into the homes to bring the parents and teachers up-to-date on all husiness and activities. The Gaston PTA Officers - Mrs. C. S. Romberg, Parliamen- tariang Mrs. XVm. Earl Hudson, Historian: Miss Virginia Knapp. Vice Presidentg Mrs. H. H. Tolleson, Presidentg Mrs, Mancil Hopkins, Secretaryg Mrs. H. C. Jenkins, Treasurer - meet to discuss plans for the year. -wtf! These PTA ladies help to make the football games more enjoy- The Safety and Citizenship Committee presents a flag raising able lay having hot clogs, sandwiches, candy ancl drinks for ceremony as an assembly program forthe entire school. the fans. 76 TU-G P1-1 lf, 12 . A-. Ve .eAZVk,., .A 'Q-f'f,.,1 " ,gwkv-, , ,HN ,J g,w,'f,.w'f?'1.1t?.Pf'.m. 14 ,., W wi' . ' " X . , ' .faq - e f V "4 ff. .f haf' , V ', .2 4. 'fm - . , ,, fy Q Q 'J ,, I 1 1 1 5,7 ',I.K ' E uh W ' ,., XL 1, vw ,. 1 v M , , , ,M Bray. -..... Q.. fx 'av kk' ,lk Vtzgrf. 1' . 'uvrfw n Sept. Sept. Sept. Nov. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Nov. Nov. The coaches are Doyle Gentry, Mervyn Greer-Head Coach, jerry Matthews and james Adams. SEASON'S SCORES Non-Conference Games WE Center 52 Hallsville 38 Judson 38 Rusk 20 Conference Games Lindale 40 Chapel Hill 32 Carlisle 28 Leverett's Chapel 12 Troup 48 Overton 30 Garrison 14 SENIOR FOOTB LL First Row: Coach Greer, Gerald Stuart, jimmy Bynum, VVayne Pace, Cecil Morgan, Anthony Adams, jerry Thomas, Buddy Clark, Edwin jenkins, Robert Guytine, XVayne Connelly, Manager Walter Ellis. Second Row: Dennis XVorrell, Douglas Lowe, Bobby Bates, Johnnie Metcalf, Mike Tolleson, Roy Davis, Charles Pool, Kenneth Cooper, Lee Roy VVall, Bill Theriot. Third Row: Coach Adams, Otis Pirtle, Earl Rogers, George Womack, Duane Gibbs, Steve Dorney, jimmy Osbome, Dana Benson, Bill Montgomery, Tony Elliott, Coach Matthews. Home or THE RED DEVILS THEY 6 6 0 0 6 12 7 7 24 14 30 was y ff G , ""' ' , , .l 4 f--, Duane Gibbs Anthony Adams WVavne C onnelly Ilmmy Osbome End Cllifd W mgh 1clx C enter Co Captam All Dlstnct Sul Robert Guytme Roy Davls Edxxm Sklppv jenluns Nhke Tolleson Tarlback Wmgback H1lfb1ck End George WVomack 5 End At tht and of 1 record hreilx mg sf. xson tht Dcxlls emerged Hllll tc Il str llf ht XYIDS The first of thtst xx IS polluted on the homr fuld hx lI'OL1I1t,lIlg the Ccntcr ROl1gl1l'1dCI'S D7 6 The Dcxlls thfn lourntxcd to Hills x1llz xxhert thex bc It the Bob L xts 38 6 GlSfOI1 s next foe xx '1s Judson xx ho rncuxmcl 1 38 0 stompmg bx the Dex1ls The fourth NIC tlm xx IS Llnd 1lt xxho xx is be'1t mn 40 0 bx C1ston TH E SEASON AT A GLANCE At the 111111111 lIon1ceo111111Q' tl1e Gastomtes mme through 11 76 1xx1n oxcr C1r1 The nt xt opponc nt xx IS Lexeretts Ch 1pel xxho xx IS downed At thur H1111 home gU'I1C the Dex 1ls handed Troup a defeat to the tune of 48 '74 G1ston then xxent to Rusk xxhere they furmshed tht AA school xx1th a 20 0 shut out -Xt the list mme of the scheduled sefison the Dexlls lour nu ed to 1 xxtt fuld Qt Oxerton to brealx the records bx defeat mg the NIust111gs 78 6 th11s xxmnxng ten 1n 1 roxx The sc 1son end: d ID Henderson xx1th Gaston bemg defe lted hx C1rr1son '30 14 ID l71Cl15tl'lCt plax ' ,. Av I ' , 1 v ' s V i 1. ' ' 1 z ' fy . . 1 , ' 1 L ' - 1 '- A ' z 1 1 ' ' V, ' '. A ' .'-15 , ' "' 1 V xx'itl 1 L. 'V " " 1 Isle. I ' .X ' . b. 12-1 by the tough Gaston team. 1 i i V '. 1 , Q I..:-- l 1 h, 2 Q Y. I x V' nf , ' ,'- s Q , , -Z-f I i - - f 1 V' s ' . 1 - ,i - 'A 1 A . v' - - 4 , A 1 L ,1 1 , - af ,. I 1 I R - . '. 1 A - '- - I Q . . . . - , . . I ll 'Y 4 2 ' I A' 1 ' I .xi G I 1 , . , . Y x 2 . - 'V ,L Q V' ,L 3 . - - , - . l Q 932 .' ' 27 If Q Buddy Clark Johnnie Metcalf Cecil Morgan Mickey Copeland Quar1erl'mck Halflmek Guard Fullhack Co-Captain All District All District All District Douglas Lowe Kenneth Cooper Bill Theriot Bobby Bates Tackle Tackle Tackle Halfback favs-.Q -5 f 00 1 VVayne Pace Charles Pool Guard Fullback SENIOR FOOTBALL Halfhack. Johnnie Metcalf, breaks loose for a touchdown in the Homecoming Came against Carlisle. 3: af :Q an W ' W 1-l"'5 1 ix-I Dana Benson Steve Domev Lee Roy Wall Otis Pirtle Tackle End Quarterback Fullback f Av gg Q , r xx " Tony Elliott Dennis VVorrell Bill Montgomery Gerald Stuart End Halfback Tackle Quarterback 7 'Z L: . 51 - -' 'L-2 4. iiefpff 5'-if 'iff Fl' "6 f 491122569 "" . . 'ir f LZISQ 'Hs 3312 'i'vgH'H' ::: -:i:1effi- em Jimmy Bynum WValter Ellis Guard Manager Quarterback, Buddy Clark, tries the line for a considerable gain at the beginning of a goal line drive. SENIOR FOOTB LL 'Isaak 'x ,, fu? if ,M-vf 1, i fi wly. : rf ug: 9.5 is I- I . JU ICR HIGH FOQTBALL Larry Beene, Brian Taylor and Ronald Mont- gomery adjust their equipment as they prepare for a game. District 17-A was surprised when the Gaston Imps slammed through the ,59 football season without a loss. The first victims were the Iudson Blue Devils who came out with a 30-0 defeat. The Rusk Eagles then flew off their nests to sec what Gaston was like. They had to be satisfied with a 34-6 defeat. Maybe Tigers can scratch, but that didnit seem to dent the Imps' spirit when they pulled the tails of the Troup Tigers to the tune of 22-0. On October 1 the Overton Mustangs rode to the field on a high horse but were thrown by a score of 38-6. Another week and another win, the chal- lengers being the Chapel Hill Bullpups who left the field crying, while the scoreboard read 38-0. Next the Carlisle Indians came to the game on the warpath, but got scalped. History was made as the Imps defeated the Leverett's Chapel Lions, winning the district crown with an undefeated season for the first time in Caston's Junior High football history. First Row: Manager-VVayne Autrey, johnny Rocky, Brian Taylor, Ronnie Freeman, Dickie Newton, joe Sanders, Dwight Huntsman, jerry Grisham, jerry VVadle. jeff XVard, Manager- jaines Dodson. Second Row: Albert Taylor, Edward Crawford, Dale Connelly, John Lynn Duran, Robert VVood, Danny Dallas, Ronnie Myers, Kenneth Ross, Larry Beene. Billy jones, Robert Vi'haley, Ronald Montgoint-ry. Third Row: Coach jerry Matthews, Coach Mervyn Greer, Scout-Mr. Larry Pipes, Coach jaincs Adams. J Frrst Row Ot19 Plrtle Cec11 Mor an Gerald Stuart Edward jones NValter E119 Robert D1ckeson Buddy Clark Second Row Coach Ierry M ztthewi Johnme Metcalf Dana Benson Duane Clbbs Steve Dornev JIIUINV Osborne Lee Roy VS all Tony Ellxott SU: iw 7 x Steve Dorney tf1CS for the t1p durmg the Oxer ton Gaston g1mc 'ln an an ID an an Fe Fe Fe Fe Feb SEASON S SCORES Ch 1pe1 H111 L C Troup C 1rl1s1c Ox Q rton Ch ipel H111 Lmd 11e Troup C 1r11s1t Overton THEY ,Q 2 11 . 5 1 4 ' 25 28 ft? ' 1 J . 8 . . 37 40 7 225 Q Jm.12 lmdde 50 40 S S he J' . 15 49 64 4 1 4 1 11.19 p- 41 55 g 11. 22 W 61 51 Jf . 29 4 ' 48 45 b. 2 1, C. 51 57 b. 5 ' 1 47 45 - 2 2 b. 9 42 54 b.12 1 -4- 46 56 . 16 48 42 Johnme Metcalf Forward Buddy Clark Guard Lee Roy Wall Guard Dana Ray Benson Forward Steve Domey Center BAS KETB LL Robert Dlckeson Guard Forwar Edward Jones Center Walter Ellls Forward Tony Ellnott Center Gerald Stuart Guard Cecil Morgan The Imps git 1 YOIISIUQ workout IH 1 bn lx glme betwun tLlIUH1 Ito Ian. jan. jan. Ian. jan. jun. Ft. FL J FL J Fe J SEASON'S SCORES 5 8 15 19 22 29 Chapel Hill L. C, Troup Curlislv Overton Clmpcl Hill TTUUP ClIl1Sll Overton JUNIOR HIGH BASKETB LL r""'- r ES? EE VVE THEY 33 10 19 17 37 18 20 22 27 30 36 25 I 2 1 U Flrst Row Bn H1 T as lor D 111 f onnc llx Blllx lxi Icrrx Cnslm H11 Robert XNh.1les Edu fxrd one s Alln rt l nlor lmus Dodson D14 lc f rmforcl L xrrx B1 1 nm john Lx nn Duran Ixnn Xe xx ton D mm J um x jolmnnx Roda x on S u Tolla son lu nn: th Ross Ind Cinch mu s clcrs Second Row ROl1llllx1NLl'S Dxnnx Dil 4dJ111S ELEMENTARY PHYSICAL EDUCATIO Coach Matthews works wlth a future football Chmbmg on the monkey bars proves to be fun team the Flfth Grade boys for Thlrd Graders Seventh Grade boys IISECH to Mr Gentry s IUSEIUCUOHS before begmnmg the1r physlcal educatlon work out The Slxth Grade glrls enloy a spmted game of soccer . , . . . . . . . .lr 1' 2 Stop and go relays prov GIRL PHYSICAL EDUCATIO The Hfth period girls wait roll chock before changing clothes. 1 These girls look satisfied with the grades on their test. E c competitive fun for this class. an ,! if f Girls of the fourth period J " I -w' 1 Everyone clamors for a good birdie for the Carolyn Stroud and Mary Wall entertain the badminton game. class with an active game of badminton. The fourth period class engages in a game of 21. warm up for a softball game. A number of the Eighth Grade girls form boxes while the others look on BY A 111, ,.?, Tennis hopefuls leaxe eourts after a few serxing and return- ing pointers from Mrs. Hudson. Robert Cuytine Sprints around the trait-lc trying to improve his time. PRI G SPQRT Those retuming for tem1is this year are Eliza- betli Heaton, Marry VViill, Sandra Anderson, Mrs. Ruby Hiidson-Couch, Kini Tolleson, Jem' Marshall, Mike Tolleson, Lee Roy VVa1ll and John llenson. Members of the track team tire "Sloppy" jenkins, VVayne Con- nelly, Bobby Bates, Ceeil Morgan, Buddy Clark, Robert Guy- tine Robert Dielceson VValter Ellis Budd' Lowe Miles Ford 1 , - Y i ' Manager, Otis Pirtle, Ernest Ledger, Dana Benson, Mickey Copeland, Steve Dorney, ,lolinnie Meteulf, Charles Ellis, Ken- neth Cooper and Coneli Mervyn Greer. HOME OF THE 15 RED DEVILS Z! CLASSES X4 N 4' . l SENICDRS Anthony Adams Vue Prcsrdent of Fresbm in and Iumor Classes Sourl Lharrmm of Scmor Class Niost Repre srntatne Box of Sophomore and jumor Classes Footbrll 71 60 Blsaball DI 60 FHA Pm up Box D9 60 Niost H mdsome 39 Craftsman Club 7 60 Rcportcr 39 hae Presxdent 60 C Club JA 60 Nancy Buford PH-X 39 60 Bind 09 PLpSqu1cl 60 Gaston C' usher 60 Wayne Connelly Sou ml Cburmm of Preslrmru Cl rss Craftsman Club or 60 Sccratrry 79 ScLrct1ryTre1s urer 79 60 Football 5 60 Truk 51 0 I s Ltblll ul 60 Blsebmll 38 PPA '18 C Club 71 60 Cborll Club 60 lame CYISP Pip Squad 71 60 FHA 51 60 Cllilfll Club 18 60 Dculs Dcllglzt 60 Xiulmg Eclltor Betty Crocker B u 3 60 Surntrrw 60 Stagg Bmd 3 3 All Rngrou Blllfl 8 39 F A 'J1 Choral Club 60 Llllflfllll CoP1m1st Roy Davrs PFA or 60 Football '18 60 Basketball 58 60 Truk .39 Cl1or1lClub 60 X7lC6, Presndcnt nb, 1 ra M-,f V ' .751 uw -1 A.. Nancy Freeman Choral Club, '57-'60, Reporter, ,58, Vice Presi- dent, ,595 FHA, ,57-,605 Religious Council, ,585 Band, '57-'60, Gaston Cusher, ,60. Duane Gibbs Football, '57-'60, Jr. High, Co-Captain, '57, High School, Co-Captain, '60, Basketball. ,57- '60g "GU Club, ,57-,605 Nominee for Most Hand- SOIHG, ,59g President of Senior Class, Social Chairman of Sophomore Class, Devills Delight, '60, FFA, '57-'60, President, 58, Draniaties. '60. Ioyce LaVonne Cilley At Troup: Pep Squad, ,ST-,583 FHA. '57-58: Girls' Basketball. '57-'59g Girls' Volleyball, '5S: At Gaston: Pep Squad, '50: FHA. ,60, Tennis, ,60. Robert Cuytine Craftsman Club, 57360, President, '60, FFA, '59-,601 Football. 357360, Track, '57-'60g "GU Club, '57-'60, Religious Council. '58, SENIGRS Robert Dickeson President of Freslnnan Class. Social Chairman of junior Class, Vice President of Senior Class: Most Representatixe Roy of Freslnnan Classx Basketball. '57-'60, Track, '57-'60: HG" Club, '57-V603 FFA, '57-,601 DCtil,.S' Delight 58-,601 XYho's Who in VA. Paul Fess Choral Club, 357, FFA, '57, Draniaties, '60. I? F 5' if ,, . f. , . . Bettye Haydon FHA, '60, Choral Club, '60. Skippy jenkins Football, '57-'60, Track, '57-'60, "G" Club, '57- '60, President of junior Class, Vice President of Sophomore Class, Vice President Greenhand Chapter FFA, '57, Devils Delight, '59-'60, Fea- ture Editor, '60, Dramatics Club, '60, Reporter, Reporter of Senior Class, FHA Pin-Up Boy, '60. SENIQRS 1 3- Z janet johnson Most Representative Girl, '58, Secretary-Treas- urer of Class, '57, '58, '59, Candidate for Foot- ball Sweetheart, '57, Pep Squad, '57-'60, Gaston Gushcr, '58-'60, Class, Club, and Circulation Editor, FHA, '57-'60, Pianist, '58-'60, Choral Club, '57-'60, Pianist, '58-'60, Social Chairman, '57, Religious Council, '58. jimmy Osborne Football, '57-'60, Basketball, '57-'GOL Deuilfs Delight, '57-,601 Craftsman Club, '57-'60, Social Chairman '59, "C" Club, '57-'60, Track, '58-'60, Religious Council, '58, Dramatics, '60. Ioyce Richards FHA, '57-'60, Historian, '58, '59, Vice President, '60, Band, '57-'60, Gaston Gusher, '57-'59, Cir- culation Editor, '57, Layout and Art Editor, '58, Typist. '59, Deuilfs Delight, '58-'60, Mailing Editor, '58, Editor '60. Mary Romberg Gaston Gusher, '58-'60, Class and Circulation Editor, '58, Assistant Editor, '59, Editor, '60: Decil's Delight, '59: Band, '57-'60, Majorette, '58-'60, Treasurer, '60, FHA, '57-60, Sgt. at Arms, '58, Parliamentarian, '60, lst place in typing, District Meet, '58, 2nd Place in typing, Regional Meet, '58: Social Chairman of Sopho- more and Senior Classes, Football Sweetheart, '60 Karen Tresner Social Chairman of Freshman and junior Classes, Pep Squad, '57-'60, Alternate Cheer- leader, '59, Cheerleader, '60, Choral Club, '58, President, Dramaties, '59-'60, Secretary, '59, FHA, '57-'60, Football Sweetheart, '58. Sandra Waldron Band, '58-'60, Majorette, '59-'60, FHA, '58-'60, Dramatics, '59, Vice President, Choral Club, '58, Candidate for Band Sweetheart, '58. Mar Wall Y Pep Squad, '57-'60, Cheerleader, '58-'60, Deuilfs Delight, '57-'60, Co-Print Manager: Gaston Guslier, '57-'60, Tennis '57-'60, Dist. Champ. '58, Reg. Champ, '59, Choral Cluh, '57, FHA, '57-'60, Song Leader, '58-'60, Most Representa- tive Girl, '59, Candidate for Football Sweet- heart, '59. Kay Weast FHA, '57-'60, Treasurer, '58, Vice President, '59, President, '60, State Degree, '59, Gaston Cuslier, '57-'60, Band, '58-'60, Vice President, '60, Decil's Delight, '59-'60, Pep Squad, '57, Most Representative Cirl, '57, President of Sophomore Class, Candidate for Band Sweetheart, '59. SENIORS Beverly Thomas Jr. Football, '57, Co-Captain, Sr. Football, '57- 59: Track, '57-'58: Baseball, '58- 59, Basket- ball, '57-'58, "C" Club, '57-'60, FFA, 57- 60, Sentinel, '57, Treasurer, '60, Craftsman Club, '58-'60, President, '59, Reporter, '60, Choral Club, '60, Mike Tolleson Craftsman Club, '57-'60, Social Chairman, '59, Football, '57-'60, Track, '57-'59, Tennis, '57-'60, "C" Club, '57-'60, XYho's VVho in Industrial Arts, '59, Basketball, '57, Dramatics, '60, Choral Club, '60, Io Lane VVilliams Pep Squad. ,457-'60, Cheerleader. ,59-,601 FHA. 3573601 Most Beautiful, ,594 FFA Sweetheart. 59: Choral Club, '58-,60. Soeial Chairman. '-59. Secretary-Treasurer, ,60. Gwen WVright Band. '-57360, Social Chairman. TSO. Candidate for Band Sweetheart, '60g FHA. '57-,603 Religi- ous Council. ,581 Drarnaties, ,59-,60, Vice Presi- clent, '60g Choral Cluh. 758. Graduation time finds Karen Tresner arncl Naney Buford aclrlressing grachiation annorineernents. Joyce Richards, Betty Crocker. Skippy Jenkins, Mike Tolleson and Paul Fess try on their eaps and gowns in ir prixirte style show. SENICDRS , ,- 4-1- .fi Everyone can tell hy the happy expression on the faees of Duane Cihhs, Mary Rornherg and Anthony Adams that the Senior rings have finzilly arrived. I Reminiseing over the past twelve years. Janie Crisp, Kay XVeast and Nancy Freeman dress for the guaduation exercises. x C5 C7 .J Q45 Cl- . Q .L at J . 'E K 1 .9 - ya N Q.. 41 , Y' 'Ox Y 4 JU IORS CI ASS OFFICFRS Sponwr Nllss IHA Biriholcl Soclll fhalrman C arolxn Specht XICQ President Iolcne Willson Sccrdfzrw Tre-'lsurcr Bdfhdfd Walling Presldent Iohnmc Nietcalf oclal Chalrman Cecil Nlorgan Sponsor 'Sllss Lllllan VS atson Sandra Anderson Carol Jeanette Bailey Robert Bailey Bobby Bates Buddy Clark Beth Cooper Kenneth Cooper Mickey Copeland Terrie Daniels Charles Ellis Gertrude Ellis VValter Ellis Linda Hardy Sammie High Mary Ivey Linda 'Lune-S Edward IOHCS Thomas Kellei' Douglas Lowe Iohnnie Metcalf 'NT ff, p cr SY I f l l j li' E' ,V Q y may , , qnq'f,,,- 3 1-Y ,X 21' 5' fi . '53 f- G f-A 'Q 'Q 1 .FX fl Mm: .,.e E it i 1 g 1.2 - ' 'fr " 3 li t Ri la Ai? N . , , XX fes 4 Cecil Morgan Kathy Musick Lynda Newcomb Wayne Pace Frances Pickering Charles Pool Charles Smith IQ YM. JUNIO S juniors making the All-Region Band .irv Clmrli-N Smiih. Bur- lmm Xlkalling .mal Butli Coopvr. all: 43 X I ffl! M 2 Kr, H 'n x .Ll X . ' f I A class meeting fincls the-so jun- iors showing varying clcgrcf-s of intcrcst in the affairs of their class. JUNIORS - ,gp ' Carolyn Specht if Carolyn Stroud ' fi Wayne Taylor ' 'S' , Bill Theriot . ' 'avi jerry Thomas Barbara VValling Jolene Wilson E52 ,Z SOPHOMCDRES CLASS OFFICERS Sponsor Mr. Larry Pipes Vice-President Ernest Ledger Reporter Eugene Layne Social Chairman John L. Thomas Treasurer Louise Stevens President Dana Benson Secretary Steve Dorney Sponsor Miss Ruth Kirkham Don Anderson Dana Ray Benson Jimmy Bynum Lynn Costlow A- .1 p It 'I l ' Q. X , X . , l ' lvl SF ,Q I I Mary Crisp 1... ff 4 Bobby Dillon 4' l A '37 Q Linda Dodson 1 I ..,, V M I - Steve Dorney N , 1 I 1 I r l KX: 3 "W ' 4' . V , , , l b , lu ' . . ,. l v vz A . 1' . A ,L nr T Tony Elliott Roger Ellis l A ' f , ',' Miles Ford lf V 4' gc' , Q Dorcncla Hardy ' 5 W . Y ' fa . . f' I X, Q X x A f 1 ,x ' 7 ' V , ' I y I fl Q l:xl f if K 5 ' : 5 txt' f x , ' ' X f ' l I .QQ 2. lm Elizalwth llc-uton '76 John Henson KS 'L' S Guy Nt-ll Hollingsworth l Margnrct Iluff . ' h . Q ', xx gn .n 1' L Douglas Jackson Gent' Layne Ernest Lcclger Elise McAllister 'Q t A 1 cf V5 Y A X ,, X ' w is :FS H QR if ' f-Q 1 Bill Niorltgorncfrv Sallie N51- jcrry Purlcur OHS Pirilt' X liarl Rogvrs Louisa' Str-vi-:is Cliirviicr- Stvwzm 4,2 L, 25Q'l2i!!5l'E2 Craig Stuart 'f l SOPHOMORE Gerald Stuart ggi? Ruth Striclclimd A X49--'4"" tb Costlow do ri-sa-urn-li fo rn Q fi P 'JG ,X 4 , if, fi 'U Linda Dodson, Don Anderson Elizabeth Heaton and Lynn in tin- li lwmry in pri-pumtion for tli fin--prevc-ntion tlicmea P X '72 :: wQg:':4 'I Cordon XVaggonf-r Lee Roy VVall Iackic VVallacf: Lula Belle Ward Linda Sue VVilliz1ms Mary Lou XVoocl SOPHOMCRES 4:: 'lvtffq 33:9 N :M J '4 g' ' 1 R ,Pi ,, , i ii. K x,-,gk yi 'gf 1, " i 21 5 v 2325 HQ1, ,y x E 1 ,Q 5 L l 2 iv f My fa if. win 9 ,1 M, V Yu.. . 3 'Q if-2 V 4. l 1 w ' 4 ,QJL 4, " ' :Ran ' 'S-migf'-' XVay11e Autrey Larry Beene Virginia Brundage Joe Edward Bums Dale Connelly Sandra Cooper Bill Conrcier Gary Crisp Danny Dallas Ruby jo Diekeson John Duran Ronnie Freeman Juanita Gaston Jerry Grisham Hazel Hieronimus Carolyn Ivey Brenda Lacy Barbara Lincecum Judy Littlefield jerry Marshall " rl, 53 f ,-. , fi? 'IP 'Mil ,. L ,gg-1, K 3 ,Ru Q I ,i E f I 'L 1 21 ,Q x ,, XX fr' qv if X fu, ffx Diana Mathis Ronald Montgonwry Ronnie Myers ,nr I in n '- el 'v 213 r4ll'- ef' 'f' ... l gg, . A '--- -i- 5 v judye Nicol George Nyc fi' ff Kenneth Ross Q, FRESHME Nancy Stone, Ioyce Thomas, Kim Tolleson and Brian Taylor nu-ct under the maple- tree to dismiss the clnfs happenings. 5-., Sass., M Patricia Sanders Nancy Stone Sandra Sue Summy Brian Taylor Ioyce Thomas Kim Tolleson Jeff XVard Robert Whaley Nancy Wilson if 1 ,re , i if 'fl' jimmy Arnold Cay Barham Cenieva Cooper Edward Crawford Arthur Deatou jane Dickcson jaum-s Doclsurx jimmy' If:-rguson Linda Sue F11-c1111 m ,Inc Currctt Charles Coldsbcrry Slmrlot Cuytim- Alnlncs IIil'l'UIllIllllS Linda Hunt Dwight IIIIIIISIIILUI Danny -Lum-N 1 rv - l' .r- 'VT 'U 5- 1, kr pl I . 5-E D 1wrn.r ld julmx fxnr fy ,Q I Billy Imws K' 1 , Jimmy xiidlllifflll .--Q S.unmy' Hllssln-wlmitc ' . x 'i N A9 X -ff I F 1.- . r-'- -Q .S ii f 'x .2 1 J FEW! . 1 " A3 1 Q -iz Jeanie Newcomb Shirley Newell Dickie Newton Billy Mac Nye Mike Nye Lloyd Odom Phyllis Pugh johnny Hockey Nina Romberg joe Sanders Kenneth Smith Linda Smith EIGHTH GR DE johnny Rocky, Bobby VV0ods, Dolsy Wells and Linda Smith enjoy Ll friendly chat after lunch. Danny Iames and Sharlot Guy- tine check thc menu While Albert Taylor and Cay Barham await their trays. EIGHTH GR DE Nancy Ann Specht VVanda Strickland Albert Taylor 'if 1 Wayne Utzman Jerry XVadlc Nancy Beth XVallace Patsy XVPlCl1 Dotsy XVQ-lls Mary XVomack Robvrt VVo0d Kay NVrigl1t -'Qu my ' Y .nf past. in RU 'Ai 'Q n n Linda Adams Billy Arnold VVilliam Baker James Berry Billy Browning Albert Brundagc Jane Ann Bynum Randy Carlock Ellen Costlow Ronald Fvrguson Charles Ferrell Linda Fowler Mary Cates Judith Green Laura Gresham Henry Hardy John Hollingsworth James Hudson Ruth Ann Jackson Betty Johnson av-V If If lv fl ' 4 , JSI 'Yrs 1 - ' V, - A , if '5 I., W 'pllx "fy 1 J' X Nl 1 ' 1-EAA if J -1- A- Q 6 , 1 ,. ,. W i IAN -AA E A 2 IQ ,v 'Q "3 ,Hr ' J f I, V i J A I' .V ' ax ,if ' 4 fl ge f ie J 4 A ' ff ' ' lk U . V, I ' l APM' is Jimmy Johnson 7. Johnny Johnson i A I A 5-I Q Mike Jones 4 A ' E '! E , I 375 , ' A . , A fs X fx! il A Ilif f l EVE TH GR DE Clad that the day is finally over, those Smvnth Grade girls leave for the buses. , . by V, 1- arrv V r'f.-32 X' ' X ' ..' Q Q T L ,kwa 4 I Q' , ' 4' W 'Q' 3 -Q , get . A . .-,, 3 i 5 3- -. ' K ua '4 S '.?V ,x. , Z' l ' ' ' 1, - A S T ' A L,, '. 4-:Ja 1, 'O 4' lf 4. V. ,M , ,. I A I ei .fd 'L X L it ,LJ L 1- , 1 f-rf x T x Q 4 fri' L Q 5? ' T- I 4 o ' hit ftiwr . I-1 bi T 4 .t A .f 31 26 ' 'T 1 'S fiililffto Q gmt: V Ag. .o Vfd Y at "Av 4 115 1 1 K . ,J A -1--x W f hr" xy. 321 4 Ralph Ledger Karen Lynch Vicki Mathis Barbara Maynard Carolyn Moorman Glenda Morgan Betty Norman Glenda Oliver Danny Pirtle Dewayne Pirtle Donna Richards Kay Rogers Norma Kay Rogers Waylon Smith Gary Stephens jerry Stephens Nancy Stephenson Charles Stewart Maxine Stewart Betty Stone Gary Stroud Ray Stuart Lynn Tarrant Lavelle Taylor Michael Theriot Gail Tolleson Bobby Wadle Toni Waggoner johnny Walker Linda Wallace Kenneth Welch VVayne VVhite Barbara Williams Shirley Womack Leon Wood james Adams Haskell Andrews Timmy Arnold VVillic Ann Amold Howard Autrey Don Boatwright Ann Clark Don Cooper Steve Cooper Ruth Dinwiddie Z' -ferr li 1 4 ' Q I , l 7 ! sr. 5 - l llxgfirwl X X4 y-1 ' , I r 13 . 1' f'W .1 f,-Q A, A X x I, I l 43 .3 5 .4 N, Aw .l in -N nl 5 al fi '-r 1-4 A ' it yi 3., 5 jfs, X I , -. 'x f' I IXTH GR DE These pupils agree that eography is fun as they oc ite cities and countries on the map. . ff 'Y Lr -ii lv Q XA 'nj Alice Marie Dc-aton Donnie Finley Noni Crm-slmni jiijuznni Hudson Juanita johnson Bennie Lambert A. L. Layne Bruce Mathis Betty Ann May Richard Minyard A '-r X , 04 ,V -.. . W. -L.,-i L xii- X Y 'Y fi is .Ek V -A .Ne X Karen Stevens Sharon Stevens Glenda Vaughn Jerald Wall Peggy VVulling Linda Sue Welch Jeanette Wilson Garland YVinsett Patsy YVooley Malcolm Worrell Sue Morris ,,, Joe Musslewhite 4, jerry Norman Linda Kay Olson ' Diane Posey Nl., X Si? S Laura Romberg I 1 F, Linda Simms Q 'gg 5 N -1: V Jean Smith V fig: P -Q A - Lynn Smith V S KX Maxie Specht ' 1 x M M 1. X x M ' : - X If Q X X x x X , I ' K 4 LX" H A ' 'O 9, I4 . I X' 1 xg' K 4- ' x . 1 Z ' .fx - fi 3 IT- 4? V " ' P A lf Q, V P , " , ,- I s Rx ' 1 , X P I if - 7 X . IXTH GRADE "'l'.:,f '41 ' -011 44 1 4.1 44. -f-, .1 ' .EY :iw ,,...f-, .,4 1 r-"Q .lr -1 1 '1 By reading their text- books and locating South America on the globe. these pupils gain a knowl- edge of the country. 4 v D-.f,,,.l. 1 . ' A ' f - -- 1' ' "' fi --f l All X ,M 1- , ., 1' f w X X ' ..-ffl. A 1 - A ' V f 4 ,l " - I 5' 'we ri ,, I 5 , i QA . , , 'AA Ar L 1 'U "' ,I +5 Q 'F ,It 4 n r " Y 1- X X. ,fr I l9'y.9Yf'l1.1 gl . 1, 5. A 1' fi if A L5 " f , R4 . A W t E 6 , V J ,,,, Q' 1- .1 , .. y x 4 V , y -HQ M X n s X ' N r A I' rl ' r N , -fan K , l 45.5 , 6 4 3- 'W' ' I' ' I V ' V A, ' 'r -2 M , ' 'i A ' 7 ' 'f 4 I VA fr S. Q 1 ' 5 A , L A. Y. X X 'Af I -X ,ln Q Carol Adams Billy Arnold fir-mlfl lhilvy lDUIIIl2l llm1.niw1'if.5l1t clllllllll' Box I Beth Dinwiddie Paul Dodson Ie-um-ttv Fllix Xlyrtlv lillix Slxirlvv Fowln-r . Llnda Foreman David Gray Xlvrvyn Crm-cr, -lr, Lum Ilult Ray Hunt f Lmda Joyce Jones James Kelly Lmic Lrunln-th W. E. Rlnssic Daniel Mnthib t '4 J f , , f FIFTH G R D E 1 'Ml XX L ffelx' 'Ay in Larry Crawford Gloria Freeman Brenda Ivey Milton Metcalf Carlus Morgan Mrs. Steplwnsorfs class flncls lmlunr-cal .1rr.u1gv1nvnt of lml- lm-tin lwoarcls lIlll'l'1Wllll! as lllL'Y look at tl1iQ um, nlmfmt uvintimu. f rf ffmx . f 1 3 m x '11 X x i I X ff 7 ,5- Q h V 2 . .fm , . m ,Q lp, 1 f In gf ff! 6"Nv , 0 -i K 5 Iohn Paul Nyv Calvin Smith Sm- Strickland Lev- Thomas FIFTH GR DE 'il , 1 1'- '5 5 5 V , 4- fl-vw 4, ' -N, 1 4' t A fi r ' 'f x -haf x - :: 5 0 V- W . , Ag ' -3 ' 1- ,Y Y ' Ma, if , K r . 911 . , I li, 'Q , 'it V, fa .Q 'fr --ni, 4 :' i W f X . jf, I I-lake-,kyzx David Nc-wton 4 Charles Richmond Tommy Stvphcns -A 'bf af David Thrriot fl' 0 1 mu. f -x' r i . 1 ' 5 57 1 , x ' .. 0. . J Wir?-'K ln-Jo: Hurry Mnornmn Mary Nlusslc-whitv Larry Pivki-ring fflmrlve Poilard Braid Stzimizirci Larry Ste-ph:-ns Chris Summy Iris Taylor Linda VV00fis XVaynr' VV00lPy Examining insects svvins to hc' e-witimg - nt lf-mt to Xfrx. Nh'- Xyiililllllg Fifth Crqirivrx. :Q Hi " .lf1?'f7' '?1'I"fY v """-me-4-,pw P. -'lg' 2 'U- ri-.2-ik-JQJ' 4 ' B- , K rj " llownrcl Autrcy Niarjoriv Busll xlulin Clark Mary Connolly Damiy Courcicr Sm- Cruwforcl Di.mii Dallas Rutli Duran Nlnry Elliot D rrrlzl ld Ellis Hrmulcl Ellis Donna Cates Dawn-S Crulizlm I.incla1 Cray Limlal Crvvn Eliiim' Cuytinc- Slicrry Hymvr David Iamcs Roln-rt Iom-s Terry Lockwood FOURTH GRADE -A J ur' .I 'r . ,f .. 3 , . 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' - was u-. ivt as fi-' i , ,Q .,a' w as-1 lf. .J x SECCJND GR DE Mrs. Lee's Second Graders en- joy their art class as they paint various things. f, X 25 f 4 " r f' V '- Alice Hudson Michael Keith Sandra Lynch I' '1 ' s N, hw Bon Boatwright Larry Burden Michael Clark David Crawford Darlene Davis Michael Ferguson Raymond Foster Alvin Glenn Janet Glenn Carolyn Graham Robert Graham Pelcida Green Paula Hale Faith Hamilton Rosezon Hays G if i L I 59. 44, ' f Anna Minor Dale Morris Marguerite Newton YVyatt Norman Lajuana Odom Jimmy Oliver Carl Hockey Don Ross Larry Simms Don Smith David Stephens Alton Stewart John Thcriot Richey Waggoner Diann Wallace ,.,,r A Q 4 ft? 1 . Z, 'Y' Kr ,., i :IN -5 V S. FZ. 'Twlf' A I. f' Y ll ' - gf if s 1 ,, 14 if 1. 4- 5 ,-, , ' V ,K lf, p L-1 X ' -'SW' , ' '4 , I-TJ , , '. . , I ' I 0 i '1 ' 5 'G i 0 5,71 :A Ax .-.I P-X J l Alan Whitten - ll i , - f V ,ilu U Elaine Wilson 9 f' , A y, 2 Nancy Woods 53 1 ff ' ' f 0 , ' ' Priscilla Woolley W-G' V 4 WJ f- 'lk I , is f A5 A lex 2 V I .x Q. y Q , - 5 E .ll -x f ' th - . f' V E as G RA D E ,Wy ,.- Science fascinates these Second Graders in Mrs. XVaggoners room. wwf. 7 , I Q , Vw il xX 4 . . 3, Q ., , 0 A ff' ,f X gr -U x at E fi f,. s ,gs 'sg Q V f S. 1,1 lg ffm W, A A f A , 3 L .f S ll lx? f ' 4. I N ' 'Q . .I fi' y , V Q if L5 " Y? '15 X9 1' x , lf ,.-5 , r , L Q. B 'Z if ' .I ' g 493-still, ' 1 ,J . Q r 'E Q Q "' i 1 l X , sq , 1 'U' f' X fi' ' N if L C if Q as gif? If i f ,. 'f' X .451 C .A VX., " 4 , . X 4 gf k .5 X f !t .. if N 'Q , V ,, 1 4 'ti E 1 I ti 1 - f 'Okt- fi A x it J mtv w X .,. V 1, .fify ,Q 'ff' - .U-.I 5, , as e , A A 3 airway 5 4 f u VV. R. Holt 'Thomas Hopkins johnny Huckaluev David Hudson Faye Adams Mary Bethune Pamela Boden Rodney Burden Charles Box Steven Capps Donna Courcicr Doris Coureier Judy Crawford Raymond Crocker Brenda Deaton Billy Elliot Ann Foster Kay Foster Charles Freeman Miko Freeman David Camage Shirley Gaston XVilliam Graham James Heaton FIRST GR DE These youngsters in Miss Has- kins' room listen intently as a rm-oral takes them to fairylund. Larry Hudson Iohnny jones John Kelly Karla Lambeth Joyce Lincecum Larinda Lockwood Billy Lowe Iackie Medford Marcia Moorman Patricia O'Neill Patricia Pickering Ma ' Pipkin Haskell Reeves Johnny Robertson Theresa Seclbach Carla Sneed Elton Stewart Stevan Stewart Aubrey Stone Debra Terry Sharon Thrash Mary Vaughn Neoma VVood Pamila YVomack Toney YVomack nu lfQ .gn lf 1 R' l In ' T-'vw S 1' ni - xkw f ' . f ful, 4 r fi 4 i . ,.i ,ex - if .J ' I ,Q , -F1 fl X 'k.: I 16. ' i FIRST GRADE First Graders from Mrs Bonnie Bell Smith's room find reiding to be a wonderful thing Danny Brown Martha Bynum Eddie Denton Kenneth Freeman Jackie Gainey Gaylon Gibbs Barbara Good Raymond Greer Teresa Green Michael Hale Holly Hamilton Lonnie Haydon Kurt Hunt Reginia Hymer Donny Kelsey Gene Kelsey Terri Massie Dale McNeil Patricia Medford john Parkins 6 4 1 . 49 4 4 ' X , , I J 'J 'f"f- ,Q , ii? B3 f' -Ne K I l ' ' , 5'l-- l - ll " .lv 'Q I . if ,4 x .T v N .IA 5... Y ,Q ? A l ... ' 0 " A ' 5 . a s ' -l W V - 4- " .4 . ' 1- . f 3 W ,Q fi? " n 'Eff X 1 f 5. .viii KI DERGARTE Kindergarten chil- dren find learning to count easy when they make a ganie of it. 'V X.: ' ,?5'a, I ' A L-5, ,.- Wifi? a view? 291-s?.:p1 A . A V, ' .W ' V ,g . - Jizz' - .5 Y ' , ' , ,: .U , .M x. , J f sf! 4 A64 M , J H 1 1 , 4 . , , --ui.. . 1 ok 'M 3 4' .r Y 6 G e g. I I 1 "O . ' X Av by xg I A 'C I I I 5 4 1 Q. DQ U", .A , - Qs' 'f 92 4: 1 1 ': o ' -4 8' Y? Students in Mrs. Dean's Special Education class are Jeanette Ellis, Larry Chevallier, Mike Freeman, Connie Box, Larry Crawford and Milton Metcalf. , U - , , wx fl 'r L .1 KI DERG RTE PECIAL EDUCATIO 5 I K 1 Ronald Richmond Viclcey Romines Linda Smith Neal Smith Johnnie Sneed Mary Womack NVayne Womack Susan Worrell ' 1 . XV, fi X ' i -fo ,. rf ' i L4 , 5' 'i s . .1- ' :,, ,, i . it H ' 'S ' 1- JR. HIGH AN ELEMENTARY ACTIVITIE fffis no' A favorite pastime of these Seventh Graders is listening to records. '1 Making pre-historic animals ont of clay is helpful for these- students. 4 -yn- 2 Sa? Puppets put yoy and happiness in 1 the hearts of these Kindergarten chil- These Third Graders g nn ltnoxxl4dt,t from thur duly rt iding, tliss dren. A trip to the boiler room interests Mrs. Wag gonefs Second Graders. ni wr us .qo- This glee club enjoys group singing. I I I ' IL.: lf' g K' rlll ,lltnffit .24 Q- 5,8 A ' ,Q ,,,,. 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