Gaston High School - Gusher Yearbook (Joinerville, TX)
- Class of 1962
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Text from Pages 1 - 152 of the 1962 volume:
The Seniors of '62 begin to assemble for the graduation processional.
The material building program un-
dertaken by the Gaston Independent
Schools during the past year provided
an excellent atmosphere for the growth
of Gaston students. Even more impor-
tant than this material building pro-
gram was the one shaping the person-
alities and lives of the students for a
place in the world of tomorrow.
In this, the twenty-fourth edition
of THE GASTON QUSHER, it is the
aim of the staff of 1962 to convey the
ways in which the school in all its
phases has helped to determine the
futures of its students.
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Before school Nina Romberg, Patsy Welch, Richard Newton, and Joe Sanders meet to discuss schedules
and the new school year.
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stately High School
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In leisure time many students can be found enjoying the lovely Senior Walk.
Joyce Thomas, Ruby Jo Dickeson, and Gay Nell Hollingsworth find the rose gardens especially beautiful
in the spring.
The lovely Home Economics Cottage graces the East end of the campus.
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Gaston's Athletic Field House is one of our newer, more
The Gaston School Auditorium, one of the
oldest campus buildings, proudly retains
its solid beauty.
Construction workers begin preparation for laying brick on the new wing added to the Elementary Building.
Pragrcss report .
During the past year the Gaston Schools
have adopted an extensive building pro-
gram. The Elementary Building has
been completely remodeled with the
addition of a new wing. The year saw
the erection of a long dreamed of and
much needed Band Hall. All campus
buildings have been renovated, making
our school a much more pleasant and
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The new Band Hall goes up quickly with each skilled
worker performing his varied tasks.
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Lovely trees and shrubs surround the homes of Gaston's
coaches, Jerry Matthews and Mervyn Greer.
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screened porch and a large front yard
in which the children spend many pleas-
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Huge shade trees surround the spacious home of the
On the first day of school Mr. Whitten, Mr. Thomas, and Mr. Roach lead the general faculty meeting
The administrative officers of our school play a
very important role in building for our futures.
It is the Board of Education, the Superintendent,
the Principals, and the Teachers who, through
united efforts, determine school policies, organ-
ize school activities, infuse democratic prin-
ciples, and guide students into the formation of
intellectual ideals, as well as the development
of physical fitness to accomplish these ideals.
For providing us with a substantial educational
program of mental, physical, and cultural alert
ness, we gratefully commend our administrators
Mr. 0. Lf. Andersen
Mr. Dee Zee Cnelnae
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MR. SAM ADAMS
MR. W. C. KIKER
MR. F. B. ROSS
MR. STROUD SEELBACH
MR. I. L. WOOLLEY
Parent- Catch r Associafiau
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To promote the welfare of children and
youth in home, school, church, and com-
To raise the standards of home life,
To secure adequate laws for the care and
protection of children and youth.
To bring into closer relation the home
and the school, that parents and teachers
may co-operate intelligently in the train-
ing of the child.
OFFICERS - Mrs. I. D. Robertson, Historian
Mrs. C. P. Kieth, Treasurerg Mr. Mervyn
Greer, Presidentg Mrs. I. W. Dent, Vice
Presidentg Mrs. Otis Pirtle, Secretary
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
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Band mothers sponsor a chili supper in the Gas-
ton Cafeteria to raise money for the band.
The ministers of our community participate
in many ways in our school activities. Rev.
Paul H. Allen, Rev. Warren McAllister,
and Rev. James Frazier place flowers upon
the cross after presenting an Easter devotional.
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Tables loaded with food tempt the palates
of Gaston athletes at the annual Booster's
This year the annual staff presented a com-
plimentary copy of THE GASTON GUSHER
to Mrs. H. A. Yawn, long-time subscriber
to the yearbook. Linda Dodson is shown as
she makes the presentation to Mrs. Yawn.
Mrs. Marian Costlow, mother of three Gaston students,
was elected District Mother of the Year by Key District
General Federation of Women's Clubs. She is a mem-
ber of Wednesday Study Club.
Parents of our community perform a vital func-
tion in building for the tomorrows of the stu-
dents of Gaston High School. Gaston's parents IH Observance of Texas Education Week
many parents visited Gaston School.
Mrs. Otis Pirtle and her granddaughter,
examples for them to fguow. Teresa Ann Booth, sign the register as
they enter the High School Building.
help the students to develop their potential
abilities by guiding them, by setting forth good
Adding the finishing touches to a new
formal for the Junior-Senior Prom are
Louise Stevens and her mother, Mrs.
Parents attending the annual Easter de- G' B- Smith-
votional are shown as they place flowers
upon the vine-covered cross.
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S The card catalogue is an invaluable aid to Linda Bowden
and Donald Johnson as they search for library books.
MRS. MARY JIM WHITTEN
Librarian and Annual
MISS ARMIDE KEETER
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MISS FANNIE MAE STONE MRS. CAROLYN LINN MRS, MARGARET MILLER
English and Annual English Registrar, Spanish, and
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MRS. ONIE I. WADE
Genieva Cooper, ,Tack Wynn,
Gerald Stuart, and Dickie
Newton study drops of water
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Mathematics Mathematics Science
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Homemaking III Students - Elizabeth Heaton, Carolyn
Ivey, and Nancy Wilson - are busily engaged in a cook-
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MR. LARRY PIPES
MISS ELLA BARTHOLD
A timed writing tests
Typing II students for
accuracy and speed.
MR. JOE BRITTAIN
MRS. LOLA WEAVER
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on all students Here she weighs and measures Linda Smith
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MR. JERRY MATTHEWS MISS IANIS SNEED
Assistant Coach and
Driver 's Education stu-
dents Mike Jones and
Donna Richards demon
strate the use of a
reaction test to Joe
Garrett and Sallie
Doing motions to music is a way
MRS. GUSSIE PARKER MR. JIMMY YANCEY
Elementary Music Band
in which these elementary music
students express themselves.
MISS BILLIE SUMMY MRS. VERA SCOTT
The rotary calculator saves
Miss Summy much time in
her office work.
Special Education students J
Ann Weiss and Connie Box
work at varied activities
much fun for these Klndergarten students
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MISS EVELYN HOLMAN
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is busily engaged in a study period.
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Reading is an interesting pastime when
it can be diversified according to the
student's own interest.
MRS. ELIZABETH GRAMLING MRS. FREDDIE MCWILLIAMS
Fifth Grade Fifth Grade
Hour I1 Grade
MRS. VELERA HENSON MRS. FRED DUNN
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MRS. MAUDE ELLEN WHITEHEAD MRS. LULA B. STRICKLAND
Third Grade Third Grade
Students in Mrs. Fred
Dunn's Fourth Grade ob-
serve the habits of gold-
A writing lesson occupies Mrs.
Whitehead's Third Grade students
MISS DREEBY HASKINS MRS. BONNIE BELL SMITH
First Grade First Grade
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MRS. LURENE WAGGONER MRS' LOUISE LEE
Second Grade Second Grade
Mrs. Bonnie Bell Smith's First
Graders work intently on their
"Learning to Read" books.
Learning to tell time, Mrs. Lnrene
Waggoner's Second Grade students
pose with clocks they have made.
Civics students - John Henson, Linda Dodson, and Lynn Costlow - count ballots returned in a student
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To climax the events of the year the faculty, after
careful consideration of scholastic and leadership
records, name Mr. Gastonite and Miss Gastonite as
well as a Who's Who by department. A Valedict-
torian and Salutatorian are selected on the basis of
grades made during tnree and one-half years' high
school work. This year for the first time those stu-
dents making all "A's" have been recognized.
In addition to scholastic recognition, various organ
izations select a Sweetheart to officially represent
them. The entire student body votes by secret ballot
for the election of the Most Beautiful Girl and the
Most Handsome Boy.
Thus, to these students - the beauties, the scholars,
and the leaders of tomorrow - we pay tribute in the
Who's Who section.
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RUBY IO DICKESON
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Girls' Physical Education
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GAY NELL HOLLINGSWORTH
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Band Sweetheart Football Sweetheart
DANA BENSON - BRIAN TAYLOR BARBARA MAYNARD
FHA Pin-Up Boys F.F.A. Sweetheart
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BILL MONTGOMERY SUE WILLIAMS
President ------------- LYNN COSTLOW
Social Chairman - - - CHARLOTTE TARRANT
Vice-President - - - - - BILL MONTGOMERY
Reporter ----- ----- S UE WILLIAMS
Social Chairman - - - -JOHN L, THOMAS
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Social Chairman - - -
Secretary-Treasurer - - - -
President ----- - -
Social Chairman - -
Vice-President - -
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Reporter - - - - MELBA WELLS
President - - - - - JOE SANDERS
Vice-President - - - - - PATSY WELCH
Secretary-Treasurer - - - - GENIEVA COOPER
Social Chairman - - - - IEANIE NEWCOMB
Social Chairman ------- RICHARD NEWTON
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Reporter ------ - - CHARLES FERRELL
Social Chairman - - - - - WILLIAM BAKER
Secretary-Treasurer - - - - WAYNE WHITE
President ------- ---- M IKE JONES
Vice-President - - - - - RANDY CARLOCK
SOCia1 Chairman -------- GLENDA MORGAN
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Secretary-Treasurer ------- ROBERT BOWDEN
Vice-President ---- - SHARON STEVENS
President ----- - - - DIANE POSEY
Social Chairman - - - - KAREN STEVENS
Reporter - -- - - - - LAURA ROMBERG
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Gaston High School takes much pride in the
fact that there are a number of its students
whose names continually appear on the hon-
or roll. A source of even greater pride are
the students who excel in their work, and
repeatedly receive all A's, thus retaining
positions on the highest honor roll. The
GUSHER staff wishes to congratulate the
students who have appeared on the highest
honor roll for the first and second six-weeks
They are to be commended for their scho-
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Friends meet on the stairs between classes.
School life in its many phases is an integral part
of student efforts in preparing for tomorrow.
Various activities promoting the spirit of loyalty
and faith bring Gaston students a break from the
monotony of day by day class routine. From
student conducted assembly programs, an all
school Halloween carnival, Christmas parties
filled with the spirit of the season, proms and
banquets, to welcoming exes home, opportunity
is afforded for developing a well-rounded social
being - a must for an educated person.
Selma! begins . . .
Elementary principal, Mr. Nat Roach, explains the
year's program of work to elementary teachers at the
first faculty meeting. Mrs. Mary Jim Whitten and library assistants,
Dianne Stuart and Linda Bowden, unpack
new books to get them ready for checking
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homerooms and locker numbers on the
first day of School. ynt ia aug ter of Mr and Mrs C R
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Newton, meets her First Grade teacher,
Linn issues books to Senior English
Faculty members tour the newly remodeled elementary
building before beginning preparation for the year's work.
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Finding the right size uniform seems to be a rather
difficult but fun filled task for these band students.
Busy working on the first edition of the DEVIL'S
DELIGHT are Louise Stevens, editor, and Mrs.
Margaret Miller , sponsor .
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Mrs. Lola Anderson, Mrs. Corenne Decker,
and Mrs. Dessie Jones are busy preparing l
the first of many meals for the student body .
of Gaston School. i
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President L. D. Hardy
greets exes as they
register in the cafe-
ffvmecaming at Gaston
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Exes mingle with students as the-cheerleaders and band lead in a Saturday afternoon pep rally.
Former students of Mrs. Onie I. Wade bring her up-to-date
on their activities since their graduation.
Gaston's eleventh annual homecoming, October 14,
1961, brought ex-students from far and near to Gaston
Exes registered in the cafeteria where they renewed
old acquaintances, made new friends, and enjoyed an
afternoon of conversation over coffee and doughnuts.
Turkey, dressing, and all the trimmings were served
the exes. Officers of the ex-student association were
elected during the meal.
At 7:15 the exes saw the Coronation of the football
sweetheart, Jeanie Newcomb, after which they watched
an exciting game between Gaston's Red Devils and Jud-
son 's Blue Devils.
A reception held in the cafeteria immediately fol-
lowing the game ended the day's activities.
Officers for next year in-
clude Lloyd Manck, presi-
dent, and L. D. Hardy,
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M Kay Kirby and Joe Glenn Summy
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the Royal Court.
Leaving the stage to watch
the Halloween program
are Queen Kay and King
Joe Glenn, followed by
Prince Leslie Smith and
Princess Margie Dell Rob-
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Cheerleaders - Joyce Thomas
Babette Landry, Carolyn Ivey,
Ruby Io Dickeson, and Ruth
Strickland - return from town
with articles they have col-
lected for use as prizes in the
bingo booth at the Halloween
The Sixth Grade, dis-
guised as gypsy dancers
in colorful costumes,
presents one of the many
numbers seen on the Hal-
Staff members -
Carolyn Ivey, Ruby
Jo Dickeson, Gay
Jack Wynn, and Sue
Freeman - decorate
the cafeteria for the
sponsored by the
Nancy Wilson and Virginia Brundage give a festive
touch to the rnantel in the cottage in preparation
for the FHA Christmas party.
Kindergarten is a noisy place when
the children open their gifts at the
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A nativity scene is the focal point of decoration
for the Seventh Grade party.
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when the Seventh Grade entertains for their parents.
Carolyn Ivey and Elizabeth Heaton,
FHA officers, distribute gifts at the
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Students display their gifts before
the Christmas decorated fireplace.
LADIES OF THE CAFETERIA
Joe Allen Jones
. S. W. Ellis
. M. L. Connally
. M. A. Hunt
. Austin Hudman I
. Bert Rawlinson, Ir.
Mrs. Bertie Abbott
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Mr. A. A. Swinney
Charles Stewart poses as Mr. Rolan Crawford makes
student pictures for the GUSHER.
"Go, team, goI" is the cry heard at
one of the noon pep rallies held this
year at Gaston.
Mr. Larry Pipes hands the keys to the new
F.F. A. pickup to John L. Thomas and Don
Anderson. The pick-up was provided by
Jones Motor Company.
Faculty members board the bus to return to
school after being entertained at a coffee
given by Mr. and Mrs. Dee Lee Thomas
following the first general faculty meeting
of the year.
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Students selected for All-Region Band this year are
l Nancy Specht, Diane Posey, Tony Elliott, Clarence
i Stewart, Ernest Ledger, Lyn11 Costlow, and Mike Jones.
The Dallas TexAnns
perform at Gaston's
this group are Gaston's
Nancy Wilson, Pat San
Linda Adams, Jane
Dickeson, and Barbara
Ronnie Myers and Pat Sanders display
March of Dimes posters. Pat was chosen
this year as North Texas State Teen
Co-Chairman of the March of Dimes.
New science teacher, Mrs. Verdice Wood,
was welcomed to the teaching staff of
Gaston School at mid term.
ders, Jeanie Newcomb,
Nina Rornberg, Historian of District D FHA,
perfects work done on the district scrapbook.
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Ellis and her daughter Judy during
Texas Education Week.
Gay Nell Hollingsworth, Wanda Strickland, Brian
Taylor, and Lonnie Torbert enjoy playing in the
snow. Four days of snow and ice caused school to
be dismissed for two days.
Students attending the Student Activities
Conference at Kilgore Junior College depart
from the bus anticipating a busy and event-
The right to trial by jury is exemplified
in this scene from "Six Flags Over
Texas, " the Seventh Grade assembly
Miss Hilda Gaut places a flower upon
the cross at the Easter devotional which
is sponsored annually by Miss Gaut's
Seventh Grade class.
The Elementary chorus sings as students
gather around the cross with their
Eighth Graders mourn the loss of their beloved Icha-
bod Crane in their class presentation, "The Legend
of Sleepy Hollow."
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At the Junior-Senior Prom, Lynn Costlow, Linda
Dodson, and Clarence Stewart select their favorite
music at the juke box.
Highlights af the Scalar year
Louise Stevens, local winner in the Betty Crocker
Search for the American Homemaker of Tomorrow
is presented her award by Mr. Whitten.
Measuring for caps and gowns is an en- L A
joyable task for Bill Montgomery, sa Q? r
Jimmy Bynum, Elizabeth Heaton, and ,X 4 W
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and Ruth Strickland examine and approve of "" J ,,:, 5 Q F ,
their graduation announcements. H 1
A dress rehearsal of the graduation ceremony reminds Gaston Seniors that their high school days will soon
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President Gay Nell Hollingsworth serves refreshm
Mrs. Lola Weaver,
That the majority of Gaston students actively
participate in club and organization work is
significant. Both the administration and the
faculty encourage and guide the gifted and in-
terested student into wholesome club work.
Working together cooperatively in clubs gives
the students opportunity to learn the art of living
and working together in a democratic society.
Many of them are even able to discover their
"life work" in their club work.
ents to Sue Surnmy, Louise Stevens, and FHA sponsor
Editor, Mary Crisp, files a
picture that has just been
In the Spring of last year initial
planning was begun on THE GAS-
TON GUSHER for l962. Through
the combined efforts of the hard-
working staff and sponsors, this
edition has become a reality.
Class Editors - Virginia Brundage, Nancy Stone, Dotsy Wells,
and Linda Dodson - alphabetize rolls and check names for
Typist, Dianne Stuart, and Bookkeeper, Judye Nicol, work to-
gether in getting ad bills sent out.
Clarence Stewart, Linda Bowden,
Sue Freeman, and Elizabeth Hea-
ton - Concession Managers - count
the money from the popcorn stand.
if ' 'Z Jack Wynn, Tony Elliott, and Ronnie Myers - Sports
Editors - discuss layouts and poses for the Senior Foot-
, 3 ball pages.
The date for the Homecoming is pointed
out to Feature Editors, Nina Romberg and
Patsy Welch, by Gay Nell Hollingsworth.
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Circulation Managers display posters announcing the open-ing of
GUSHER sales. They are Judy Vlse, Carolyn Ivey, Ruby Io Dickeson
Ruth Strickland, and Ellen Costlow.
Ad Salesrnen, Pat Sanders and
Charlotte Tarrant, become ac-
quainted with the new method
for setting up ad pages.
Donald Johnson and Gary Crisp, Photog-
raphers, set out to take activity pictures
in elementary school.
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The DEVIL'S DELIGHT, Gaston's school
newspaper, is published by the students.
The aim of the program is to give all stu-
dents interested in writing and drawing
an opportunity to work on the paper staff.
This year the staff attended several meet-
ings which featured journalism.
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A Louise Stevens and Gay Nell Hollingsworth
.5 The adviser is Mrs. Margaret McNee Mil-
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Editor, Louise Stevens, and Assistant Editor, Gay Nell Hol-
lingsworth, read directions on setting up stencils.
Art Editors - Gary Crisp, Patsy Welch, Dotsy Wells,
and Nina Romberg - discuss better methods for draw-
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Feature Editor, work together to meet their deadline
Sue Williams shows
a correctly written
club report to other
Club Editors - Sandra
Summy, John Henson ,
Judye Nicol, Genieva
Cooper, and Babette
Sports Editors Elizabeth Heaton and Danny
James PHI the finishing touches on their stories
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The Gaston Chapter of Future Homemakers of America, with a membership of
sh fifty-eight girls, enjoyed a full and successful year.
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FIRST ROW: Ruth Strickland, Charlotte Tarrant, Ruby
Jo Dickeson, Elizabeth Heaton, Louise Stevens, Brian
Taylor, Dana Benson, Dianne Stuart, Gay Nell Hollings-
worth, Sallie Nye, Darnell Utzman, Elise McAllister,
SECOND ROW: Judye Nicol, Hazel Hieronimus, Diana
Mathis, Carolyn Ivey, Joyce Thomas, Nancy Wilson,
Sandra Summy, Alma Palmer, Nancy Wallace, Jane
Dickeson, Kay Wright, Sue Freeman, Sharlot Guytine,
Nina Romberg, Patsy Welch, Dotsy Wells, Frances Gist,
The many activities highlighting the year were the initiation of new members,
the trip to the Dallas Fair, the Area IX Meeting, the District D meeting, where
a Gaston FHA'er - Nina Romberg - was elected District Historian, the State
Meeting in Galveston, and the annual rose planting ceremony at the cottage.
Several girls completed work on their Junior and Chapter Degrees of Achieve-
ment, and Gaston had one State Degree candidate, Sue Summy.
Genieva Cooper, Laura Gresham, Linda Fowler, Linda
FOURTH ROW: Judy Vise, Ellen Costlow, Judith Green,
Ruth Ann Jackson, Betty Stone, Dena Sullivan, Jimmie
Lou Norton, Vickie Mathis, Eleanor Prock, Glenda Sue
Oliver, Kay Rogers, Toni Waggoner, Peggy Brown,
Betty Johnson, Glenda Morgan, Jane Ann Bynum, Linda
Adams, Donna Richards, Barbara Maynard, Betty Nor-
man, Donna Bray, Mrs. Lola Weaver - sponsor.
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SERGEANT -AT -ARMS
Ruby Jo Dickeson
I Dotsy Wells
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Wells, and Patsy Welch count the profits made from
candy and pen sales by the FHA.
The executive council meets to make plans for
the December meeting of Future Homemakers of
FHA officers for 1961-62 are installed at an impressive
ceremony at the close of the 1960-61 school term. Out-
going president, Carolyn Specht, presents the gavel to
Gay Nell Hollingsworth, incoming president.
GREENHAND OFFICERS - John Hollingsworth, Sentinel,
Henry Hardy, Vice-President, William Baker, President,
Ronnie Ferguson, Secretary, Ray Stuart, Student Adviser,
Jimmy Johnson, Reporter, Kenneth Welch, Treasurer.
FIRST ROW: Kenneth Welch,
Ronnie Ferguson, Joe Sanders,
Jimmy Johnson, John Hollings-
worth, DeWayne Pirtle, Ray it
Stuart, Johnny Walker.
SECOND ROW: Danny Pirtle,
Albert Brundage, Don Ander-
son, Steve Dorney, Barbara
Maynard, Lee Roy Wall, Craig
Stuart, Johnny Rockey, Wayne
THIRD ROW: Eugene Layne,
Jack Wynn, Billy Jones, Gerald
Stuart, Bobby Dillon, Bobby
Wood, John L. Thomas, Mike
Nye, Henry Hardy.
FOURTH ROW: Mr. Larry Pipes
- sponsor, Ronnie Freeman,
Frankie Browne, Joe Burns, Lon-
nie Torbert, Dwight Huntsman.
FIFTH ROW: Edward Crawford,
Charles Goldsberry, Larry Che-
vallier, Lloyd Odom, William
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CHAPTER OFFICERS - Steve Demey, Student Adviserg p Wi if A '
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Don Anderson, Secretary, Eugene Layne, Vice-Presi-
dentg Craig Stuart, Treasurer.
The Gaston Chapter of Future Farmers of America, composed of boys who are regularly enrolled
in Vocational Agriculture, started its work early in the year. Each of the thirty-six members
had home projects including calves, chickens, pigs, and cows.
The Gaston Chapter entered several contests, placing high in many of them. The Chapter
visited the State Fair of Texas in Dallas, the East Texas Fair in Tyler, and the Houston Fat
Stock Show in Houston. The officers also attended the Officers Training School in Harmony.
This year the F. F. A. gave a banquet in the School Cafeteria for the boys in the organization
and their parents.
The year was climaxed by the second annual F. F. A. Rodeo at the Rusk County Cattlemens
Arena in Henderson.
Greenhands of the Farm
Skill Team - William Bak-
er, Henry Hardy, Ray
Stuart, and Ronnie Fergu-
son - won First Place in
district as they demonstrated
preparing a beef calf for
Summer rehearsals ushered in another busy
year for the Gaston High School Band.
In addition to performing at the Gaston foot-
ball games, the band members were guests
of the Dallas Texans at the Cotton Bowl
where they played for the TexAnns.
A first division rating was awarded the band
when it participated in the Area IV March-
ing Contest in Henderson.
Seven members of the band placed in the
All-Region band tryouts.
The spring of the year saw concerts by the
band, and the entering of playing and sight
Iudye Nicol, Diana Mathis, Jane Ann
Bynum, Norma Kay Rogers, Linda Welch,
Laura Romberg, Nancy Specht.
Melba Wells, Louise Stevens, Diane Posey
Donna Kay Richards, Virginia Brundage,
Linda Adams, Glenda Morgan, Laura Gres-
ham, Peggy Walling, Ruth Dinwiddie,
Sharlot Guytine, Barbara Maynard, Wanda
Strickland, Sue Williams, Betty Johnson,
Sharon Stevens, Nora Gresham, Karen
Stevens, Maxie Specht.
Nancy Stone, John Henson, Jerry Marshall,
Eugene Layne, Ann Clark, Kenneth Welch,
Bennie Sue Lambert, Donnie Finley, Don
Jane Dickeson, Charlotte Tarrant, Douglas
Linda Dodson, Patsy Welch, Nina Romberg,
Ruth Ann Jackson, Mike Jones, Sandra
Summy, Jajuana Hudson, Bill Courcier.
T ROM BONES
Lynn Costlow, Danny James, Ralph Ledger,
Jimmy Johnson, Steve Cooper, A. L. Layne
Nancy Wilson, Pat Sanders, Jeanie New-
comb, Mary Crisp, John L. Thomas, Judith
Green, Ellen Costlow, Judy Vise, Linda
Sims, Donald Johnson.
Gary Crisp, Randy Carlock, Clarence Ste-
wart, Charles Stewart, Tony Elliott, Robert
Ernest Ledger, Ronnie Ferguson, Bobby
Charlotte Tarrant, Wanda Strickland, Pat Sanders, Jeanie Newcomb, Linda Adams, Jane Dickeson
Gaston High Selma
DIRECTOR Members of the Dixieland Band -John Henson, Gary
Mr. Jimmy Yancey Crisp, Ernest Ledger, John L. Thomas, and Lynn Cost-
low - pause during a rehearsal.
OFFICERS - Mary Crisp, Reporter, John L. Thomas, Social
Chairman, Lynn Costlow, President, Sue Williams, Social
Chairmang John Henson, Vice-Presidentg and Genieva Cooper
"36" CLUB Secretary-Treasurer.
FIRST ROW: Judye Nicol, Diana Mathis, Douglas Jackson, Clarence Stewart, Lynn Costlow,
SECOND ROW: Jane Ann Bynum, Norma Kay Rogers, Genieva Cooper, Gary Crisp, Nancy Stone,
Nancy Wilson, Sandra Summy.
THIRD ROW: Charles Stewart, Laura Romberg, Jean Smith, Diane Posey, Linda Welch, Ralph
J Ledger, Mike Jones.
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FIRST ROW: Gaye Penning-
ton, Diann Dallas, Marjorie
Bush, Jeana Wallace, Elaine
Guytine, Mary Lou Connel-
ly, Rosemary Whitten.
SECOND ROW: Sherry
Hymer, Mary Elliott, Sue
Crawford, Charlotte Rich-
mond, Gary Mathis, Jimmy
Bartley, David Ross.
THIRD ROW: Carl Martin,
Tommy Smith, Linda Green, 4
Rex Stevens, Margie Dell
Robertson, Leslie Smith,
FOURTH ROW: Danny
Courcier, Ronald Ellis,
James Fuller, Donald Ellis,
Tommy Pugh, Bobby Sparks.
FIRST ROW: Brenda Ivey,
Linda Woods, Shirley Fow-
ler, Sue Strickland, Beth
Dinwiddie, Gloria Freeman
SECOND ROW: Betty Stuar'
Donna Boatwright, Virginia
Odom, Linda English, Dori:
Bray, Mike Browne, Lee
THIRD ROW: Jerry Wil-
liams, Danny Coulter, Lar-
ry Pickering, Calvin Smith,
Gerald Bailey, Carlus Mor-
gan, Keaton Landry, Tom-
FOURTH ROW: Chris Sum-
my, Paul Dodson, Byron
Wynn, David Theriot,
David Mathis, James Kelsej
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SENIOR HIGH CHEERLEADERS
Ruth Strickland, Carolyn Ivey, Ruby Jo Dickeson, Linda Hunt, Joyce Thomas
JUNIOR HIGH CHEERLEADERS
Bennie Sue Lambert, Linda Fowler, Diane Posey, Vicki Mathis, Sharon Stevens
This year, for the first time in several years, Gaston
had no organized Pep Squad. The cheering section
at football games was comprised of the student body,
parents, and other Gaston fans.
Gaston's energetic cheerleaders led both the senior
and junior high teams to victories. They boosted the
school spirit by selling ribbons and leading pep rallies.
Posters made by the cheerleaders were frequently seen
on the campus prior to football games.
Pep and energy are exerted by these four
junior high cheerleaders at their first
junior high football game.
"When you're up against Gaston,
you're upside-down!" The cheer-
leaders lead the band and cheering
section in a spirited yell.
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ette Landry, Social Chairman, Linda Dodson, Secretary, Ron-
nie Myers, Reporter, Bill Montgomery, President, Kenneth
Ross, Social Chairman, Dana Benson, Vice-President.
exemplified by these Spanish II students as
they read newspapers from Mexico.
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speakers ofthe language as they listen
to recordings of their voices in order to
improve their diction.
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James, Reporter, Genieva Cooper, President, James Dodson,
Social Chairman, Kenneth Malone, Vice-President, Dickie
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An active game of tennis is enjoyed by Jerry Marshall and Elizabeth Heaton.
Afhlgffff Developing physical fitness and affording ad
venture for participants and spectators is the
twofold aim of the Gaston athletic program.
So carefully is the spirit of good sportsmanship,
together with a sense of fair play and sound
judgment, instilled in the gymnasium, on the
tennis courts, and on the gridiron that through-
out life the school's alumni are better able to
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gf.. ix ' the Red Devil Football Squad, picked second place run-
'7 'P M"' ners, went into the district season.
A Judson, the first o onent, was ut out of the wa with a
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their homecoming and received a 33-6 licking.
The Devils took Hallsville easily, the score - 31-6.
A sweet, revengeful victory over White Oak for Gaston,
with a score of 28-O, tied London and Gaston for first
place in the district.
The final game with London resulted in a 12-6 victory for
Jerry Matthews, Mervyn Greer, Joe Brittain
DANA BENSON BILL MONTGOMERY EARL ROGERS ROGER ELLIS
Tackle Tackle Center Fullback
Co-Captain All-District Captain
STEVE DORNEY LEE ROY WALL DANNY DALLAS RONNIE MYERS
End Quarterback Guard Guard
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FIRST ROW: Danny Dallas, Larry Beene, Jackie Wallace, Joe Sanders, Dickie Newton, Johnny Rockey, Kenneth Ross,
Brian Taylor, Kenneth Malone, Miles Ford. SECOND ROW: Roger Ellis, Bobby Woods, Ronald Montgomery, Ronnie'
Myers, Bobby Dillon, Dale Connelly, Robert Whaley, Jimmy Bynum, Bill Montgomery, Gerald Stuart. THIRD ROW:
Coach Matthews, Dwight Huntsman, Tony Elliott, Earl Rogers, Billy Jones, Dana Benson, Steve Dorney, Lee Roy Wall,
Dennis Worrell, Don Anderson, Jerry Grisham, Coach Greer.
LARRY BEENE BRIAN TAYLOR KENNETH ROSS DALE CONNELLY
Wingback Halfback Fullback End
ANTHONY ELLIOTT ROBERT WOOD BOBBY DILLON BILLY JONES
End Tackle Center Center
DENNIS WORRELL ROBERT WHALEY JIMMY BYNUM
Wingback Halfback Tackle
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MILES FORD JACKIE WALLACE JOHNNY ROCKEY OTIS PIRTLE
Manager Guard Guard Halfback
Kenneth Ross breaks loose for a big gain as he gives his assistance in scalping the Carlisle Indians.
STEVE DORNEY DANA BENSON
LARRY BEENE GERALD STUART
LEE ROY WALL DENNIS WORRELL
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FIRST ROW: Ralph Ledger, Michael Theriot, Haskel Andrews, Wayne White, Robert Bowden, Lynn
Tarrant, Bobby Wadle.
SECOND ROW: Randy Hales, Bruce Mathis, Jerry Stephens, Charles Ferrell, John Hollingsworth, Gary
Stephens, Henry Hardy, Albert Brundage.
THIRD ROW: DeWayne Pirtle, James Hudson, Randy Carlock, James Berry, Don Boatwright, William
Baker, Jerald Wall, Coach Brittain.
Charles Ferrell makes a long run for a touchdown to
help the Imps down the Hallsville Bobcats.
Co-Captains Charles Ferrell and Henry
Hardy take a look at the Junior High Dis
trict Championship trophy.
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FIRST ROW: Wayne White, Ray Allen Stuart.
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Berry, William Baker, Gary Stephens, Randy Carlock, Lynn Tarrant, De Wayne Pirtle.
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Gerald Wall attempts to block a
long shot made by James Berry.
In a practice game between chosen teams T. A
Stuart is well guarded.
A lively game of volleyball is enjoyed by the fourth period girls. Fourth period girls Strive fgr 514111 in map-
Sallie Nye leaps into the air to send the ball flying over the net. ing the basketball goal.
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To keep in shape the Seventh Graders do their daily
Hitting the birdie is the object of the game as these exerclses'
four girls in the sixth period class play badminton.
Tumbling is enjoyed by the third period physical edu-
Elizabeth Heaton teaches the sixth period girls ele-
ments of scoop.
Getting a head start on the other class members,
these softball players head for the diamond.
Folk dances give these Eighth Grade girls fun,
and the exercise helps them to develop rhythm
Casey Clem and Robert Weaver demonstrate their
ability at chinning the bar.
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of some good football material.
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of the elementary physical
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ball, Seventh Grade boys
improve their basketball
Riding the merry-go-round proves to
be a whirl of excitement for these girls.
First Graders line up for a long slide
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game before they begin spring practice.
The spring sunshine is enjoyed by
Fifth Grade girls on the playground.
It's another heave and a new mark if
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A study hall scene finds students busily engaged in varied activities.
Klassfs From the classes of today will come our leaders
of tomorrow, for within the classes of today may
be found the teacher, the minister, the business
man, the governmental leader, and the parent
of tomorrow. Building for citizenship participa-
tion is complex and requires experienced guid-
ance. Gaston students are surrounded by the
best of books and tools as they prepare for roles
in life tomorrow.
Band, '57-'61, FFA, '59-'62, Secretary, '61-
'62g Football, '61,
Band, '58-'62, President, '61-'62, "36" Club,
'60-'62, Dixieland Band, '60-'62, Science Club,
'60-'61, Treasurer, '60-,'6lg Class Secretary, '60-
'6lg Class President, '61-'62.
DANA RAY BENSON
Football, '59-'62, All-District, '60-'62g Basket-
ball, '59-'62g Track, '59-'62g Baseball, '59-'62,
Spanish Club, '61-'62, Vice-President, '62,
Most Representative Boy, '59-'60, Class President,
'59-'60, Class Social Chairman, '60-'61,
GASTON GUSHER, '59-'62, Editor, '61-'62,
Most Representative Girl, '60-'61, Who's Who in
Home Economics, '60-'61, Pep Squad, '57-'60,
Band, '60-'62, Reporter, '61-'62, FHA, '58-'62,
Second Vice-President, '60-'62.
FRA NKIE BROW NE
RUBY IO DICKESON
Pep Squad, '60-'61, Cheerleader, '60-'61, Head
Cheerleader, '61-'62, GASTON GUSHER, '60-'62,
FHA, '60-'62, Song Leader, '61, lst Vice-Presi-
dent, '62, Tennis, '60, Choral Club, '60, Band
Sweetheart Candidate, '59, Football Sweetheart
Candidate, '60g Band, '59-'62.
Football, '60-'62, Basketball, '61.
GASTON GUSHER, '60-'62, DEVIL'S DELIGHT,
'58-'62, Most Representative Boy, '58-'59, Class
Reporter, '58-'59, Band, '58-'62, Football, '58-
'62g Basketball, '58-'61g Track, '58-'59, Base-
Football, '58-'62, All-District, '61, Captain,
Band, '57-'62, Dramatics, '58-'60, Spanish Club,
'60-'62, Vice-President, '60-'61, Secretary, '61-
'62, GASTON GUSHER, '59-'62, Class.-Editor,
'61-'62, DEVIL'S DELIGHT, '60-'52, Business
Manager, '61-'62g Class Secretary, '58-'59,
Candidate for Band Sweetheart, '61-'62.
FFA, '59-'61, Track Manager, '59-'60, Football
Football, '59-'62g Basketball, '59-'61, Track,
'59-'61, Baseball, '59-'61, Class Secretary, '59-
'60g FFA, '59-'62, Reporter, '60-'61, Student
Adviser, '61-'62, Who's Who in Vocational Agri-
FHA, '59-'62, lst Vice-President, '60-61, Par-
liarnentarian, '61-'62, Dramatics, '59-'60, Ten-
nis, '59-'62, GASTON GUSHER, '61-'62, Choral
Club, '60-'61g DEVIL'S DELIGHT, '61-'62, Busi
ness Manager, '61-'62.
Band, '58-'62, Vice-President, '61-'62, "36"
Club, '60-'62, Co-Chairman, '60-'61, Dixie-
land Band, '60-'62, Spanish Club, '60-'62, Sci-
ence Club, '60-'61, Reporter, '60-'61, Tennis,
'58-'62, District Champ, '58-'59, GASTON
GUSHER, '59-'61, DEVIL'S DELIGHT '61-'62,
Class Reporter, '59-'60, FFA, '60-'62, Represent-
ative to State Convention, '61g Band, '58-'62.
GAY NELL HOLLINGSWORTH
GASTON GUSHER, '60-'62, Concession Man-
ager, '60, Circulation Manager, '61, Feature
Editor, '61-'62, FHA, '58-'62, Historian, '59-
'60, Treasurer, '60-'61, President, '61-'62g Pep
Squad, '58-'61, Choral Club, '58-'59, Band,
'59-'6Og Tennis, '60-'62g DEVIL'S DELIGHT.
'61-'62, Assistant Editor, '61-'62.
Class Vice-President, '59-'60, Band, '58-'62
Student Director, '60-'62, President, '60-'61,
"36" Club, '60-'62, Dixieland Band, '60-'62,
Pre Spanish Club, President, '60-'61, Science
Club, President, '60-'61, Who's Who in Science,
'60-'61, Track, '59-'62, Baseball, '59-'60, GAS-
TON GUSHER, '59-'60.
Band, '59-'62g "36" Club, '60-'62, Chairman,
'60-'61g Football, '61-'62, GASTON GUSHER,
'60, Craftsman Club, '60-'61, Class Treasurer,
'58-'59g Class Treasurer, '61-'62.
Pep Squad, '59-'61, FHA, '59-'62.
Pep Squad, '60-'61, Alternate Cheerleader, '61-
'62, Spanish Club, '60-'62, Social Chairman, '60-
'61g Choral Club, '60-'61, Who's Who in Girls'
Physical Education, '60-'61, Tennis, '60-'62,
DEVIL'S DELIGHT, '61-'62.
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FFA, '59-'61, Sentinel, '59, Rodeo Team, '60
'62, Football, '59-'61, Basketball, '60-'61,
Track, '60-'62, Craftsman Club, '60-'61.
Football, '59-'62, Band, '59-'61, Dramatics,
'59-'6Og Spanish Club, '60-'61, Secretary, '60-
'61, President, '61-'62, Most Representative
Boy '60-'61, Most Representative Boy, '61-'62,
Class Vice-President, '61-'62.
Football, '58-'62, Basketball, '58, Track, '60-
'61g Craftsman Club, '60-'6l.
FHA, '59-'62, Historian, '60-'61, Sergeant-av
Arms, '61-'62, Pep Squad, '59-'61.
Most Representative Girl, '58-'59, Class Treas-
urer, '59-'60, Class Social Chairman, '60-'61,
Band, '59-'62, Sweetheart, '61, FHA, '59-'62,
Choral Club, '59-'61, Reporter, '61, Dramatics,
'59-'60, DEVIL'S DELIGHT, '60-'62, Editor, '61-
Band, '59-'62, GASTON GUSHER, '59-'62, Sci-
ence Club, Vice-President, '60-'61g Ready Writ-
ing, '59-'61, First Place in District, '60-'61,
Dramatics, '59-'60, Choral Club, '59-'60, GAS-
TON GUSHER, '60-'62, Pep Squad, '59-'61,
Cheerleader, '60-'62g FHA, '59-'62.
Band, '58-'62, Twirler, '58-'62, Sweetheart,
'60, Social Chairman, '60-'61g Most Representa-
tive Girl, '59-'60, Class Secretary, '59-'60,
Most Beautiful, '59-'60, GASTON GUSHER, '60-
'62g FFA Sweetheart, '60-'61g Nominee for Foot-
ball Sweetheart, '58, DEVIL'S DELIGHT, '59-'6O.
GASTON GUSHER, '60-'62, DEVlL'S DELIGHT,
'60-'62g Pep Squad, '60-'61, FHA, '60-'62,
Choral Club, '60-'6l.
JOHN L. THOMAS
Band, '59-'62, Social Chairman, '59-'60, Vice-
President, '60-'61, Social Chairman, '61-'62,
FFA, '58-'62, Ir. Sentinel, '58-'59, Treasurer,
'60-'61, President, '61-'62, DEVIL'S DELIGHT,
'60-'6lg Dramatics, '58-'60, Dixieland Band,
Football, '60-'62, Basketball, '60-'62, Baseball,
'60-'62, Craftsmen Club, '59-'61, Social Chair-
man, 159-'6OgFFA, '61-'62.
Band, '58-'62, Nominee for Band Sweetheart,
'59, '61, FHA, '59, Dramatics, '59-'60, Vice-
President, '59-60g Choral Club, '60-'61, Nomi-
nee for Football Sweetheart, '60-'61, DEVlL'S
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Football, '59-'62, Basketball, '60-'62g Track,
LEE ROY WALL
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Senior Krds enjoy an afternoon on
the playground on Kid Day
Junior Class representatives - Nancy
Wilson, Jeff Ward, Ronnie Myers,
Pat Sanders, Diana Mathis - discuss
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Larry Weiss, Jimmy Clark, and
Beverly Elliott - Fifth Grade students
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which their teacher, Mrs. Elizabeth
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Halloween time finds Mrs. Lee's
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for their candidate for Queen of
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CYNTHIA NEW TON
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color Christmas decorations for
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Class listen attentively as their teach-
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Building for tomorrow is a community enter-
prise. Truly without the support and cooperation
of our advertisers we could not exist. Thus,
we pay tribute to the business men and women
who have, with their financial support, helped
us to make the 1962 edition of THE GASTON
GUSHER a better project in building for the
CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK
"The Appreciative and Dependable Bank"
Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
E, L. SMITH
TEXACO SPUNKEY STATION RAY PHARMACY CAFE "79"
Revlon Open 24 Hours
Traffic Circle and Jacksonville
New Tyler Highway Elizabeth Arden Highway
TE o Cosmetics Phone 3272
Phone 5765 Henderson
Henderson Texas Henderson, Texas Texas
BOB GRAHAM ARMSTRONG RUSK COUNTY DYER'S
HUMBLE AND ABSTRACT DRUG STORE
STATION COMPANY COMPANY I
G. B. STUART, Kodaks
Real Estate Mgr ' Photograph
Phone 2880 Insurance Phone 2111 Supplies
P,O, Box 239
Henderson Phone 2574
207 A N. Main Abstract of Land Henderson
Highway 79 Titles Texas
Henderson' Texas Henderson Texas
Henderson Federal Savings
and Loan Association R. E. "BOB" McKENNA
Safety for Your Savings
Complete Home Loan Service
130 S. Marshall Street
Used Oil Field Pipe and Equipment
Oil Field Contractors
Route 1, Overton, Texas
Yard at Wright City, Highway 64
Phone UL 9-2108 Arp
Complete Insurance Service
Dial 2346 109 N. Main
EUGENE LACY 81 SON
HEAT 8: PLUMBING CON,
115 W. Ragley Phone 2552
Fine Furniture, Carpets and Drapes
Dial 2860 Public Square
"Say It With Flowers"
904 S. Main Dial 2285
JONES MOTOR COMPANY
117-19 N. Marshall
Henderson Dial 2566 Texas
Sales O Service
LESTER SALA'S DRUG CO.
Philco R. C , A,
GEORGE M. WRIGHT
First Aid Station for All the
Phone 2545 - Henderson, Texas
A. R. POOL BAGLEY'S HENDERSON
ABSTRACT AND Sanitary Septic Prescription LAUNDRY
II'ITLE COMPANY Tank Cleaning Co, Pharmacy
Prompt Efficient DIY Cleaning
Service Phone 2541 Shop
Dependable Reasonable Prices 107 S. Marshall
Abstract Service Henderson, Texas We Deliver
Phone 2333 Henderson Service - Quality Dial 703
Henderson, Texas Texas Accuracy 3591 East St
HOME APPLIANCE 8: PLUMBING CO, PARK LUMBER
PRINTING CO. COMPANY
"We service what We sell" 113-115 Building Supplies
N. Jackson and
Printing - Office Cooks paint
S 1, I Phone 2537
Henderson upp ,les
Phone 3737 New - Used - Rent
JACKSON'S TRUCK AND
We Repair All Trucks, Power Units and
Pulling Machines - Radiator Repairs
lp p Welding
Phone: Turnertown 52545
Box 416 - Selman City, Texas
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Dial 4878 Henderson, Texas
Hendersgn S. Main
PRESTON INSURANCE AGENCY
"Insurance That's Sure"
109 South Marshall
QMail Box 3903
Q pa -' News Sports
Klients Get Results Immediately
Exclusive Town and Country Radio
for East Texas
Te1ePh0ne 2579 Phone 4528 TOM PERRYMAN
Henderson Texas Box 311 "General Flunkey"
' Henderson, Texas Vice Pres, and
Hardware and Sporting Goods
BILLY CRAWFORD, Owner
113 S. Marshall - Phone 2562
AND BACHELOR LAUNDRY
W. Charlevoix and Van Buren
For Men and
PAINT 81 BODY SHOP
902 Kilgore Highway
24-Hour Wrecker Service
-...vu he yure M A ii'i yis tuii 532229
"We specialize in body and paint work'
Everything for the
P,O, Box 832
124 N, Marshall Henderson, Texas
LP Gas - Furniture - Appliances
211 N. .Van Buren
5 W. 5 .5119
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Malts - Sundaes
In All Popular Flavors
"The Cone With the Curl on Top"
Traffic Circle at Henderson
J. L. HUNT
DR. PEPPER CO. CLQTHIERS
"The Made-Rite Company" e
C "Home of Fine Popcorn Man
Dial 3508 Henderson, Texas
JOHNSON BROS. LUMBER CO,
1 ou Ury X
. it siding
New Kilgore Highway
HADEN AND BROWN
"The Rexall Drug Store"
CARL JAGGERS, Manager
P,O, Box 510
108 North Main Street
BOWL WHERE YOU SEE THE
Tel. No. 5571
Highway 79 North 610
118 North Marshall Street -Q I
Telephone 2408 Henderson, Texas
CRIM TRUCK 8. TRACTOR
"Your International and
Hender son Texas
Tyler -Carthage Highway Phone 4581 P.O, Box 649
8: FLOWER SHOP
cross From Radio
esigns - Corsages
P,O, Box 658
Pictur e Framing
Congratulations , Seniors
HARPER ELECTRIC CO.
Electrical Contracting Service
Phones 4809 01' Henderson, Texas 1602 Longview Drive Phone 2121
SERVICE AND 5MITH'S
c. B. coucl-I SUPPLY
HUMBLE SERVICE STATION
T, C, "RUNT" NOE "Where Smart
Wheel Balancing Women Shop"
Washing and Greasing 52035 and 52045
Turnertown Texas Turnertown, Texas Henderson, Texas
HENDERSON CLAY PRODUCTS
Manufacturers of Quality Face Brick
White - Buff - Grey - Pink - Red - Brown
P,O, Box 3505 Henderson, Texas
Henderson Phone 3225 103 Van Buren
Texas Henderson, Texas Henderson, Texas Henderson, Texa
SERVICE REGKED CQRQ
STATION SAMMYIS CAFE IDEAL LAWN amg yfgl g ljgii gfvi
"At the Circle" MOWER SHOP I
Henderson, Texas EVERIETT
Ph 2802 I
one Lawn Mower Service WALLACE
I McCulloch Saws Bus, Phone 221C
Products Jacksonville Phone 75-2542
Highway 1210 W. Main 700 West Main
"Swing and Smile
With Our Hair
804 West Main
1470 on your dial
On Air 5:00 A.M.
to the success of
Henderson, Texas Henderson,
at 'all times 5
for all people
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G , L, WILLIAMS
East of Gaston
"Where You Can
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JEWELRY C LOTHIERS
Henderson, Texas Phone 2.323 Texas
FAMOUS J, B, WHITE T- L- MITCHELL
FABRIC SHOP COMPANY
Next Door to Head with better
PRINTING AND PRINTING
208 East St. Henderson
Henderson, Texas Phone 3220
A .ED 0
Randolph Hotel Building
"We Insure Anything"
GENE 'S HUMB LE
MACHINE SHOP SUPPLIES
1203 W. Main
204 S' Main Henderson,
Henderson, Texas T
ROSS' GENERAL MDSE.
"Pleasing you keeps us in business"
WE SALUTE . . .
GASTON HIGH SCHOOL
You face a bright future
which promises more of life's
better things, Low-Cost elec-
tricitywill play a great part in
this wonderful promise,
We're proud of our part in your future
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TO TS AND LUMBER
Infants, Children Lumber
Sub-Teen and and
Juniors Apparels Building Materials
Public Square Ph, 5549
P,O, Box 869
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