Gatesville High School - Crescent Yearbook (Gatesville, TX)

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Oc 3 I - - - - 1 I - 'N 4 ' ' : , .f x T , lx xg dv 5 Y R ' . , ,U V Ah , . 2 . j H i , A X lv L VP A A- , , 9 . X Os , - ghs has always meant . . 1 x'0 I 1' r Q GYM The sports played an this bunldlng contribute HIGH SCHOOL The first bullclmg erected 09145 to GHS that lmportant mtangable somethung which makes rt more than lust an lnstntutnon of learnmg and stall the focal point of the campus For thirty sux years the mental :mage that forms when a Hornet sings the Alma Mater has been the hugh school buuldmg On Gatesvulles fair hornzon LIIIES ST DI ' I JUNIOR HIGH ' LIN LIBRARY .,....M-J-'-""""' ,-Nv E' 43 Q HOLMES STADIUM-Football and all it implies-the athletics, the spirit and the sportsmanship shown- are very much a part of GHS. JUNIOR HIGH-A newer building on the campus and a stepping stone to the happy days of high school. HOMEMAKING LAB.-The hub of many of the campus activities. LIBRARY-The pleasant atmosphere and the many volumes of books help to enrich the students' lives. 5 but to the hor I1 pep rallies. a band sweetheart, a drum major, and a band president. a lt o m e c o m i n g queen, attendants, and their escorts. a student council and "the" seniors. band follies. ets of 1953 it wouIdn't be ghs without essentials Q 'L af K' 4 1 was 'if .' u . ,wr 1 ,LQ , Hs deplctlng ghs Its admmlstratlon classes personalltles athletics campus Ilfe pages I2 I9 pages Z0 75 pages 76 99 pages 120 139 pages 140 I47 9 I . 0 O organizations '----4'-eA pages 100-II9 gwl As' 167 ----mv, 495. Business Manager Anne Schaub Editor Joann Jones Assistant Editor Dorothy Ellis foreword The 1953 CRESCENT is in your hands now We took as our theme Keys to Happmess and tried to present pictures of events places and people which would carry it out In the years to come when you pick up the book if you can flip we did our lob well Top student honors for staff work go to Associate Editor Dorothy Ellis who was there whenever and wherever needed Anita McCorkle Layout Editor Julia and Jane Jones Copy Editors Billie Vern Graham and Billie Jo Gatlin Art Editors and Betty Bauman Typist all worked together to make your annual the best ever John Ken druck took over the sports section right in the middle of football season and by some minor miracle managed to get it all done by deadline time Staff members Beverly Boyd Glenda Coward Marilyn Davidson Barbara Wilson Jimmy Ses sions Bobby Jones Bob Cummings Sue Blanch ard Jacqueline Davidson Sandra Davidson Phyl Ins Bauman Sarah Schaub Barbara Wilkinson and David Kendrick were always ready to help finance your annual by selling ribbons and contacting our all important CRESCENT BOOSTERS Anne Schaub Business Manager with the help of Jack Poston Bob Miller Arch Coskrey and Bob Clary spent many hours of hard work and demon responsibility placed upon them The book would never have gotten out if it had not been for the cooperation of Taylor Publish ing Company Wheat Studios and Billy Mc Kenzie It is stall a wonder to us how Mrs Bates had so much patience after working day after day to see that your annual progressed he snapshots speak for themselves for a time there we thought Nancy Franks and John Yows would lose their sanity as they snapped pictures pc tures pictures but they somehow managed to keep their minds Anyway it is all yours now and we hope you like it YOUR EDITOR Avzrfnf 0'-?frt,64j 9 , A '1 ' Qi :ug ' 934 .T T B x ' , 1 ' , 2 ' ' , ' - ' I I I . I I through it and think . . . "this was GHS in l953," strated themselves fully capable of assuming the . . I . . - . . I . I . . , , - T . 1 I I ' I V I our choice Because your tender kindness love, and guid- ance have led us to seek the beher and rnore nghteous Hnngs of hte and because you have provided us with sufficient food, shelter, and clothing so that we might obtain our education, we dedicate with deepest love and esteem, the 19524953 edMon ofthe CRESCENT,to yom our . . . PARENTS 1 Q my .4 vi? 6 fy fi. f . rm' L -r N 1' fiif: ,gf-L, 1 f .V,,,,..awf az is X S Q 1 1 u 'J' .M , if 6 K V ,,. .Q -. , MR. L. C. MCKAMIE B.S., University of Texas M.A., Baylor University Graduate School, University of Texas noun nv mu: 0 N Hu vu sun Pown.L D- T R wie E W Jon!! H Hx DN J. Bun Sain R D FOIYII Superintendent of Gatesville Public Schools Sc Fur n V P... Gatrauillr Buhlir Srhnnls . .ci L,,,,, 5 wma- ma- .C Jn L. 1: MCKAMIE surnmvwnmv w, F Suns mu ni-.ci-.L Gltnhilll, alex!! 1W52-53 TC TUE STVTEIQT BUSY: It is with ,treat pleasure anc genuine price LLM. I extend greetinzs Lhrourh the gaps if Lne Crescent tr the stucent body. In a cnanpirg lcrlri -any 1:1745 gresvzt Lnwiselves as A -L..-.unv nc p..-.el-.. Q.. .luna- cnallenge. llmy grfrlenv will arxsf- fr-r a :cl r.. he nope ina: wc have ir. 5:--an way nelpee you educatg ..a.., are socially Lc mvet, with iaitr. ine obstacles oi life. Ae must continually Lake all .rf fc-.xg Lepetner llll. Lne 1 :Lanes a:.e use :c!.r. in Q.: eff Z 'nal-e a uetz-r world 1 n., . Lo live. fc tue benibrs, ry sLr.Qr,:'.w.s'ie:11r a :ir 'i s lay ycsr a"f"iur.s Lv re'L:.'-rc, are 'ray yssr a r the Zutxe 'e uv tr. . always. Con,:ra!.ula11or.s tc L:.e Annual alll! Z:r you mcsn lcrL:.y lcrl in :repar",' 2' fcx '2 Lreasprec memories. 'lery sincerely yours, ' 1 -,f .: . wfiorf , -- Z.. C. llchyrle Scxperinzencent. e . l X ,X 1 MR. MCKAMIE . . . a man never too busy to help us with our problemsg never too busy to talk to us, never too busy to do something for Gatesville High School . . . to him we express our deepest appreciation. LQ' X Mr. Pruitt and Mr. Stiles, principals of Gates- ville High and Junior High Schools, work together to make ours a more successful school system. Their capability in dealing with students has been proved time and time again. .fs W MR. S. L. PRUITT M.A., Texas Tech Principal of Gatesville High School MR. W. F. STILES B.S., N. T. S. C. Junior High Principal MRS. SAM L. ADAMS B.A., Trinity English I, Ninth Grade Sponsor MR. SAM L. ADAMS M.E,D., A.8.M. Agriculture, Senior Sponsor MRS. CLYDE BAILEY B.A., T. S. C. W. Librarian, Sophomore Sponsor MRS. ORAN D. BATES .re . - .5 7 fi , vi" X' L - B.A., Sam Houston English Ill, Junior Sponsor, Annual , Sponsor MR. T. W. BRUMBALOW M.A., Texas Algebra, Junior Business, Ninth Grade Sponsor si MISS ERINE CARROLL M.A., Baylor c - . Algebra ll, Sophomore Sponbqzpj xii- 4 S Q Manx S, V Li X 4 ' ARCAX K. x V li 'l 1, Wg 1 'vw if MR. MARTIN CLARY A.B., Daniel Baker General Science, Ninth Grade Spon- SO! MRS. CHARLES W. COOK B.B.A., Sam Houston Commercial Courses, Senior Sponsor, Press Club Sponsor MR. WALTER E. DITTMAR B.A., S. W. T. T. C. Mathematics MRS. FRED ELLIOTT B.S., North Texas English IV, Senior Sponsor MRS. CARL EUBANKS B.S., Baylor, Belton Seventh Grade English, Seventh Grade Sponsor, Junior High Li- brarian MRS. CHESTER GIDDENS School Secretary MISS MAMIE SUE HALBROOK M.A., George Peabody Seventh Grade Reading, Spelling, Junior High Chorus MISS HELEN HAMILTON B.A., Baylor Eighth Grade Sponsor MRS, LILA HOLMES B.A., Baylor Mathematics, Junior High Tennis, Eighth Grade Sponsor MR. J. O. WINSLAR BS., A, 8- M. Agriculture T 5,0 Qui if -l rp" xt X MRS. MILTON MORGAN B.S., Sam Houston Girls' Physical Education, Ninth Grade Sponsor MR. MILTON MORGAN B.S., E. T. S. T. C. History, Assistant Coach MR. R. C. NICHOLS B.A., Oregon Social Studies, Girls' Basketball MR. ABRAM PRINCE B.S., Texas Counselor, Senior Sponsor MRS. LONNIE RENFRO B.S., North Texas Home Economics, Senior Sponsor MR. GORDON SMITH B.S., North Texas Biology, Junior High Boys' Athletics MRS. J. D. WARREN Office Secretary MR. J. D. WARREN H.S., Sul Ross History, Sophomore Spon- sor MRS. BILL WILLIAMS B.A., Baylor Speech, English ll, Sopho- more Sponsor, Curtain Time .. Club faculty MRS. FRANK JONES B.S., San Marcos Social Studies, Seventh Grade Spon- sor MRS. NERINE KINSEY B.S., T. S. C. W. Home Economics, Junior Sponsor MRS. TRAVIS MEHARG B.S., T. S. C. W. Reading and Spelling, Chemistry, Eighth Grade Sponsor MR. ROBERT E. MEISCH B.M., S. M. U. Band Director, Senior Chorus MRS. JOHN MILNER M.A., Baylor Plane Geometry, Junior Sponsor MR. LLOYD MITCHELL B.A., Baylor Boys' Athletics, Head Football Coach Q 45- 4? lx 19. l 'Q' -7 1' 1'-'X T7 pta officers MRS. M. B. KINDRICK President First row: Mrs. Dave McCaIlister, Mrs. Byron McClellan, Mrs. W. T. Hix, Mrs. M. B. Kindrick, Mrs. A. W. Ellis, Mrs. Sterling Edwards. Second row: Mr. L. C. McKamie, Mr. Oran D. Bates, Mrs. L. W. Love, Mrs. Warren Higgins, Mrs. John F. Post, Mr. W. F. Stiles, Mr. Sidney Pruitt. board of education MR. O. N. HIX President Left to right: Mr. Jim Erwin, Mr. E, W. Jones, Jr., Mr. O. N. Hix, Mr. L. C. Mc' Kamie, Mr. R. D. Foster, Mr. J. T. David- son, Dr. T. R Williams, Mr. Bill Smith Mu. cafeteria help We take our hats off to Mr Gatlin, Mr. Meyers, Mr Alexander, Mr. Clary, Mr Bynum, and Mr. Weaver, who keep our school roll ing. A., , 9 ,, ,hw ., in "Service with a smile" is the policy of the GHS cafe- teria staff. Mrs. Jones, Mrs. Hopson, Mrs. Kemp, Mrs. Gatlin, and Mrs. Weeks all contribute to the bright and pleasant surroundings of the lunchroom. -'gf 52:7 custodians Manager of Cafeferias Mrs. S. L. Hancock N x Ai' Q 5 gk XL. X- .- J--1. ,gf f A , , ,,. L,, , v if If ' c , 5,4-1 ,4,.w..auf . 'dv 1 A-'ab W' 2 I S8 IL. seniors 4, LL v V QFHCERS President 7 s,,,,,,s DONNY CURRY Vice President , . ARCH COSKREY Secrefary . ,, ,,,sss. , .,,, GLENDA ROBERTS Reporter A..,s, JOANN JONES seniors BAizE, BILLIE WARE Lampasas 49, FHA Junior Degree 507 Volleyball 51, 52, Home Nursing Degree 51, FHA 50, 51, Softball 51, 52, Shop 52, Basketball 51, 52, 53: Pep Squad 50, 51, 52, 537 Pep Squad Officer 53, FFA 52, 53, Senior Favorite. BAN KH EAU, BILLY Charter Member, Football 52, 53, Most Valuable Player 53, All Dlxtrict 53, Track - , 52, 535 District Track 52, Regional Track 52, FFA 52, 535 FHA 51, 52, 53, Carnival V Duke 52. I 1 if , ff BARNETT, QUINTON Slater 42, FFA so, FHA 51, 52: Shop 53. BARN:-m.i., JIMMY Charter Member, FFA 49, 50, 51, 52, Livestock Judging Team 50, Chapter Conduct- ing Team 50, Grass Judging 50, 51, Best Farmer Awards 50, 52, Attendance Awards 50, 52, Speech 52, Dramatic: Club 53. BAUGH, LARRY Waco 51, Sophomore Class Officer 51, FFA 51, Football 51, Press Club 51, 52, 535 Oratio Club 51, FHA 52, 53, Curtain Time Club 53. be seniors BAUMAN, BETTY Charter Member5 Library Club 505 Junior Chorus 505 Tennis Club 505 Pep Squad Band 50, 51, 52, 535 Band Secretary 5l5 Home Nursing Course 515 FHA 51, 52, Merit Award 515 Orchestra 51, 535 Annual Staff 51, 52, 535 Typist of Annual Dramatics Club 525 Student Council 525 Carnival Duchess 525 Senior C Curtain Time Club 53. BEASLEY, JACK Flat 515 Baseball 53. Brno DELOR ES Oglesby 52 FHA 53 BnAT'roN WAYLAND Brady 49 FFA 50 51 52 Student Council 51 Shop Time Club 53 Senor Chorus 53 First and Third Place FFA Contest 5 Curtam BuRcALow, DoN Waco 45 Band 50 52 53 Orchestra 50 52 53 Second Place Solo UIL Band Meet 50 Second Place Conducting Ull. Band Meet 52 Senior Choru Club 53 Camtval Duke 53 s 53 Curtain Time Y ... rl . 5 ' .-.4 horus 53 Sel'lI0l'S VA 50 Junior ig 'cs Club 53 Band 50 Queen CHAMBERS GENE Charter Member, Junior High Library - ' H' h Chorus 50- Dramati 52, Duchess 50, 52, Class Officer 52, Press Club 51 52 - 51 52 53' FHA 51, 52 53, Student Council 53- Student Council Officer 53' Senior Nominee 53 CLARY Boa Lvwtersville 51: Football 50, 51 52 Basketball 51 52 53 Track 51 52 53 Base a 51, 52, 53, Annual Staff 52, 53, Class Favorite 52 Choral Club 53 Carnival Duke 52, Who's Who 53 2 COSKREY, ARCH Charter Member, Manager Football 49 50 Football 50 52 Basketball 50 51 5 53, Track 51, 52, 53, Baseball 52, 53, Junior Hugh Tennis Club 49 50 Freshman Class Officer- Sophomore Favorite, Student Council 53, Senior Class Officer 53 FHA 51, 52, 53, Duke 50, 52, Sophomore Prince- Shop 52, 53, Annual Staff 52 B au 53, Carnival Duke 53 53, FHA Chapter e CURRY, DON Charter Member Football 50 51 52 53 Basketball 50 51 52 53 Basketball Captain 52, 53' Track 50, 51, 52, 53 Baseball 50 51 52 53 Junior Class President 52, Senior Class President 53, Press Club 52, 53, FHA 51 52 53 Chapter Beau Nominee 53' FHA Area Officer 53, Student Council 52- State Representative FHA 52, Duke 52, One-Act Play 52 All Star Cast 52, All District Football 52 53, All District Basketball 51, 52, All District Baseball 52- All Central Texas Basketball 52 Honorable Mention All Central Texas Football 53- Carnival Duke 53 DYER, BETTY ANN Plainview 50 Home Economics 51 52 Pep Squad 51 52 Library Club 51 52 President 53 Library Club Vice --....,..pnL P 1.4 "'-4 'Q' fm, . 1 5 ul? 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C -QXJ 25 GATUN, Bu.i.iE Jo seniors ELLis, Donor:-iv Sus Charter Member5 Junior High Tennis Club 50- Junior High Pe Sq d 50 , p ua 5 Junior High Library Club 505 Junior High Chorus 505 Pianist for Junior Chorus 505 Band 50, 51, 52, 535 Sophomore Favorite 515 One-Act Play Contest 51, 52, All Star Cast, Regional 525 Oratio Club 515 FHA 51, 52, 535 Home Nursing Course 515 Annual Staff 51, 52, 535 Assistant Editor of Annual 535 Dramatics Club 52 53- Orchestra 51, 52, 535 District Typing Representative 525 Orchestra 51, 52, 535 Curtain Time Club 535 Band Sweeth rt - ' ' ' Duchess 53. ea 53, Senior Chorus 535 Pianist for Chorus 535 Carnival FRANKS, NANCY Charter Member5 Junior High Tennis 505 Junior High Choral Club 505 Junior Hiqh Library 505 Junior High Cheerleader 505 Attendance Award 515 Band 50, 51, Band Officer 515 Home Nursing Course 515 Annual Staff 51, 52, 535 Photographer for Annual 525 Dramatics Club 525 FHA Club 51, 52, 535 FHA Secretary 535 Junior Favorite 525 Head Cheerleader 52, 535 Student Council 535 Senior Chorus 535 Secre- tary of Senior Chorus 535 Curtain Time Club 535 Tennis 53. Coronado, Calif. 465 Junior High Library Club 505 Junior High Chorus 505 Junior High Tennis Club 505 Junior High Pep Squad 505 Junior High Tennis Club Duchess 505 Band 50, 51, 52, 535 FHA 50, 535 Home Nursing Course 515 Curtain Time Club 535 Annual Staff 52, 535 Art Editor of Annual 52, 53. GRAHAM, BILUE VERNE Charter Member5 Junior High Library Club 505 Library Club Reporter 505 Junior High Chorus 505 Junior High Pep Squad 505 FHA 51, 52, 535 Home Nursing Course 515 Dramatics Club 525 Band 50, 51, 52, 535 Band Librarian 51, 52, 535 Band Sweetheart 515 One-Act Play Contest 525 Curtain Time Club 535 Reporter of Cur- tain Time Club 535 Duchess of Annual Staff 525 Art Editor of Annual 52, 535 Annual Staff 51, 52, 535 Who's Who 53. GRAHAM, Lu.LuE MAE Purmela 485 Freshman Class Officer 505 Junior High Choral Club 505 Press Club 50, 51, 52, 535 Band 50, 51, 52, 535 FHA 51, 52, 535 Sophomore Class Officer 515 One-Act Play 51, All District Cast 515 Dramatics Club 525 Student C 'I ounci 525 Honor Math Student 525 Curtain Time Club 535 Maiorette 535 Homecoming Queen Nominee 535 Who's Who 53. seniors HAMn.ToN, CLARANCE Hamilton 515 Band 52, 535 Track 525 FHA 52, 535 FHA Officer 535 Shop 53. HARRELL, WANDA Lometa 495 Junior High Tennis Club 505 Junior High Basketball 505 Junior High Library Club 505 Library Duchess 505 Class Favorite 505 FHA 50, 51, 52, 535 Press Club 51, 52, 535 Pep Squad 515 Football Sweetheart 515 FFA Duchess 515 FFA Sweetheart 525 Dramatics Club 525 Senior Chorus 535 Carnival Duchess 53. HITT, LENA MAE Houston 465 FHA 50, 51, 52, 535 Home Nursing Degree 51, Junior Degree 505 Pep Squad 50, 51, 525 Softball 50, 51, 52. HUCKABY, LA DELLE Benbrook 505 Junior High Chorus 505 FHA 51, 52, 535 Senior Chorus 51, 535 Library Club 51, 52, 535 Library Secretary 53. Huev, CHARLES Charter Memberg FFA 50, 51, 525 Winner of Future Farmer Quiz 50. JONES, JANE ...iv --r E seniors -J I ggi f- fi - 1. 2-'J il .1 l JAMESON, SUZANNE Pickens, S. C. 48, Junior High Tennis Club 50, Junior High Library Club 50, Press Club 51, 52, 53, Press Club Business Manager 52, 53, Band 50, 51, 52, 53, Band Officer 53, Dramatics Club 52, Curtain Time Club 53, Choral Club 50, 53, Carnival Duchess 53. JOINER, DEAN Cowell City 48, FHA 51, 52, 53, Softball 51, 52, senior chorus 53, Childress 51, FHA 51, Annual Staff 52, 53, Cheerleader 52, 53, Curtain Time Club 53, Senior Chorus 53, Student Council Representative 53, Carnival Duchess 53. JONES, JOANN Charter Member, Freshman Honor Student 50, Junior High Head Cheerleader 50, Junior High Chorus 50, Junior High Tennis Club 50, Junior High Library 50, Press Club 50, District Declamation Representative 50, Band 50, 51, FHA 51, 52, 53, Sophomore Scholarship 51, Home Nursing Course 51, One-Act Play Contest 51, Attendance Award 51, Junior Honor Student 52, Dramatics Club 52, Football Sweetheart 52, Student Council 52, Student Council Secretary 52, District Typing Representative 52, Representative State FHA Convention 52, FHA Historian 52, FHA President 53, Cheerleader 52, 53, Annual Staff 51, 52, 53, Editor of Annual 53, Curtain Time Club 53, Senior Chorus 53, Senior Class Reporter 53, Carnival Duchess 53, Best All-Round Girl 53, Who's Who 53. 28 JONES, JuLiA Childress 51, FHA 51, Junior Class Officer 52, Duchess 52, Annual Staff 52, 53, Cheerleader 52, 53, Curtain Time Club 52, Choral Club 53, Homecoming Queen 53. seniors KENDRICK, JOHN Charter Membefi Basketball 51, 52, 53g Tennis Club 50g Tennis 52g Annual Staff 52, 53: Football Manager 51, 525 Track 51, 52. I ' i ' LAM MARY Sue Mound 49 B nd 51 52 , 5 53- Library Club 52, 53- Carniva Duchess 53 LOWRY EDNA A 52 53 hnstu 52 Library Club 53 FH Corpus C 51 MCCARVER GLENDEL Whnte Hall 50 Football 50 51 52 53 Baseball 50 51 52 53 Basketball 50 52 53 Track 50 51 52 53 FFA 50 51 FHA 53 Sensor Chorus 53 Golden Gloves K ng Nommee 53 Entry 53 Carnuval u MCCORKLE ANITA Charter Member Junuor Llbrary Club 50 Jumor Chorus 50 B nd 50 51 52 53 Senior Chorus 53 Annual Staff 51 52 53 Layout Edntor Annual 53 Orchestra 52 53 FHA 51 52 53 Home Nursmg Course 51 Orchestra Duchess 52 Dramahcs Club 52 Curtain Tame Club 53 Student Councll 53 Homecommg Queen At tendant 53 Carnuval Duchess 53 W.,-N if T"'?' 0 ul seniors MEEKs, DEWEY Charter Member, Declamation 50, Golden Gloves 50, 51, 52, 53, Football 50 51 52, 53, Track 51, 52, 53, Basketball 51, 52, Junior Heavy Weight Champ 50, Hleavv Weight Champ 52, 53. MILLER, Boa Charter Member, Junior High Tennis Club 50, Football Captain of B Team 50, 51, Annual Staff 52, 53, Coronation Duke 52, Football 52, Carnival Duke 53. MEHARG, Louis Arnett 45, Football 50, 51, 52, Track 50, 51, 52, 53, Basketball 52, 53. MILLSAP, Jo RENE Charter Member, FHA 50, 51, 52, 53, Pep Squad 51, Basketball 50, Softball 50, 53 MITCHELL, WAYNE Pasadena 44, Football 50, 51, 52, 53, Basketball 50, 51, 52, 53, Track 50, 51, 52, 53, Baseball 51, FHA Officer 53, FHA 52, 53, FFA Officer 51, FFA 50, 51, 52, Senior Chorus 53, One-Act Play 52, Tennis Club 50, 51, Carnival Duke 50, 51, 52, FFA Chapter Conducting Team 50, FFA Livestock Judging Team 50, Carnival Duke 53, Who's Who 53. seniors Mooov, WALLACE La Vega 525 Basketball 525 Track 525 Curtain Tim Senior Chorus Vice President 535 Carnival Duke 53. e Club 535 Senior Chorus 535 MOSELEY, CARLA Slater 445 Junior High Library Club 505 Junior High Chorus 505 Press Club 51, 52, itor of Hornets Nest 53 FFA Sweetheart 515 Band 50, 51, 52, 535 FHA Club 535 Ed' i 51, 525 Press Club Duchess 525 Senior Chorus 53. NOYOLA, MARTIN Charter Member5 Football 50, 51, 52, 535 Basketball 52, 535 Tennis Club 50, 51 52, 535 Track 50, 51, 52, 535 Baseball 52, 535 FHA 515 District Single Champion 52 PosToN, JACK Charter Member5 Student Council 51, 535 President Student Council 535 FHA 51, 52, 535 FHA Treasurer 535 Junior Class Vice President5 Annual Staff 52, 535 Dramatics Club 52- Curtain Time Club 535 Tennis Club 50, 51, 52, 53, District Junior Doubles 50, Regional Senior Doubles Rep. 525 Basketball 505 Basketball Manager 525 Corona- ' ' ll tion Duke 50, 525 Football 50, 51, 52, 535 Junior High Football Captain 505 A District Football 52, 535 Honorable Mention All Central Texas Football 525 All Central Texas Football 535 Football Captain 52, 535 Honorable Mention All State Football 535 Carnival Duke 535 Best All-Round Boy 53. POWELL, ROBERT DALE Basketball Manage Baseball 51, 52, 53. i"'5 McGregor 475 Basketball 50, 515 FHA 51, 52, 535 Football 51, 52, 535 Shop 525 r 52, 535 Junior High Tennis Club 505 High School Tennis 52, 535 t I ' an RUSSELL J D ,QS as A seniors RAINER, TOM Charter Member, Junior High Football 50, Basketball Manager 50, 51, 52, 535 ,Y -as Football Manager 51, 52, Track Manager 51, 52, 53, FHA 51, 52, 53. 1 If QC' . L.. ,,.f' 'P 401' iii' ROBERTS GLENDA Corpus Chrustu A7 Freshman Secretary 5O Junnor Hugh Llbrary Presldent 50 Choral Club Duchess 50 Press Club 51 52 53 Press Club Asststant Edltor 52 53 Band 50 51 52 53 Band Officer 52 53 FHA 51 52 53 Senlor Chorus 53 Dramatlcs Club 51 52 Curtaun Tame Ofhcer 53 Student Councnl Offacer 52 One Act Play 52 All Dtstrtct Cast 52 Debate 51 Speech Award 52 Whos Who 53 ROBERTS JANIE McCamey 51 FHA 52 53 Band 52 Dramatucs Club 52 Pep Squad 53 Sensor Chorus 53 Texon 45 Freshman Prestdent 50 FFA Reporter 52 FFA 50 51 52 Chapter Con ductnng Team 50 Dramattcs Club 53 SCHAUB ANNE Charter Member Band 50 51 52 53 Band Offucer 52 53 Band Sweetheart 52 Orchestra 5'l 52 53 FHA 51 52 53 Home Nursmg Course 51 Annual Staff 52 53 Bustness Manager of Annual 53 Dramatrcs Club 52 Dramatucs Club Duchess 52 Tennus 50 51 52 53 Dnstrucf Rep Jumor Doubles 51 Regional Rep Sensor Smgles 52 Sennor Chorus 53 Curtarn Tame Club 53 Whos Who 53 '49 A ii YU-.L if seniors SCHAUB, WYvoNNE Arnett 495 FHA 50, 51, 52, 535 Junior Homemaking Degree 525 Pep Squad 52, 535 ' 2, 535 Home Nursing Course 50, 515 Junior Scholarship. Senior Chorus 5 SHELTON, FRED Flat 495 FFA 50, 51, 52, 53. CARROLL 52 53 Basketball 52 53- President 51 FHA SHIRLEY, Charter Member5 Football 50 51 50 51- Track 51 Golden Gloves Entry 51 535 Junior Tennis Club 50 Sophomore - d nt Council 535 Carnival Duke 53 50 51 52 Stu e Si-HRLEY, HAROLD k 50 51 52 53 Golden Charter Member Football 50 51 52 53 FHA 51 52 53 Tennis Club 50 Gloves Entry 51 Basketball 50 Trac Swooov, MvNA Lou 2 53 FHA Secretary 52 Charter Member Choral Club 51 52 53 FHA 50 51 5 FHA Reporter 53 FHA Junior Degree 50 Home Nursing Course 51 Scholarship 50 brary Club 50 51 52 53 Pep Squad 50 51 52 53 Perfect Honor Student 51 Ln 0 51 52 Library Historian 52 53 Attendance 5 1 ,g ve 1 1 1 : 1 , , , , 1 I 5 1 1 1 . F 1 1 1 7 I 1 1 1 I 7 1 1 I - I 1 1 P 1 1 1 P I I F F I I 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 I 1 1 J I ' . ,r-5, M, ,V I I 1 ,mga . 1 's 'vfilgo 13. ' . Q' we 1 , gill r 1 ... 1 ,, J' 1- . . Ii. 4 "7 :- Q . X A " .. 5, ., K :fr -. 4 Q seniors SuMERFoRo,Jo KATHRYN Purmela 485 Junior High Library Club 507 Press Club 51, 52, 535 Band 50, 51, 52 537 FHA 51, 521 Curtain Time Club 53. THETFoRo,YvoNNe Hamilton 515 Basketball 52, 53, Softball 525 FHA 53. THoMPsoN,BELvA Hat44ySoHbaH51fFHA 51,52,53 Tusss,YvoNNE Coryell City 47, Pep Squad 50, 51, 525 FHA 50, 51, 537 FHA Junior Degree 505 Home Nursing Course 515 Debate 51, Basketball 515 Basketball Manager 527 Softball 51, 52, 535 Volleyball 51, 52. TuRNEn,DoN Purrpela 46, FFA Officer 51, 52, 537 Area FFA Officer 537 Freshman Class Favorite 507 Football 50, 51, Basketball 50, 51, 52, 535 Baseball 50, 51, 52, 535 Track 50, 51, 52, 535 Volleyball 50, FFA Duke 517 Student Council 52, 53: Student Council Vice President 535 Senior Class Favorite 531 Girls' Basketball Beau 53. 4' seniors Vlclc, HARRIET Pldcoke 42, Band 49, 50, 51, 52, 53, Maiorette 51, 52, 53, First Place Ensemble Twirling 52, Second Place Solo 52, FHA 52, 53, FFA 51, 52, 53, Carnival Duchess 52, Dramatic: Club 52, Curtain Time Club 53. WADDILL, VERNETA Charter Member, Band 50, 51, 52, 53, Library Club 51, 52, 53, President Library Club 52, Student Council 53, Secretary Student Council 53, Dramatic: Club 52, Secretary Dramatics Club 52, Curtain Time Club 53, Secretary Curtain Time Club 52, FHA 53, Orchestra 51, Queen Nominee 52, Carnival Duchess 50, Junior High Tennis Club 50, Junior High Library Club 50, Junior High Pep Squad 50. WALTERS, HERMAN Leon Junction 49, FFA 52, 53, Shop 53. WARDEN, DENNIS Plainview 49, FFA so, 51, 52, 53, FFA Officer 51, 52, Baseball 52, 53. WAsl-leunN, LYNN Charter Member, Football 50, 51, Basketball 50, 51, 52, Tennis 50, 51, 52, District Doubles 51, 52, FHA 51, 52, Carnival Duke 53. seniors WILLIAMS, DEWAYNE Turnerxville 50, Baseball 51, 52, 53, Track 52, 53, FFA Officer 53, Shop 53, FFA 51, 52, 53. WILSON, CHARLENE Charter Member, Junior High Library Club 50, FHA 50, 51, 52, 53, Library 51, 52, 53, Library Vice President 52. WooDLocIc, JoHN Schley 52, FFA 50, 51, Merit Award 52. Woonsow, VIRGINIA Arnett 48, Band 50, 51, 52, 53, FFA 51, 52, 53, Library Club 52, 53, Library Club Officer 52, Library Club Duchess 52. Yows, Joi-IN Charter Member, Band 50, 51, 52, 53, President of Band 51, 53, First Place Solo UIL 50, 51, 52, Second Place Student Conducting UIL 52, Orchestra 51, 52, 53, Dramatic: Club 52, Football 51, 52, Track 52, Annual Staff 52, 53, Photographer of Annual 52, 53, W1'lO'l Who 53. ,s ,ga , fv- L . ..--.. ..-.--QQ...-...,...,. , .....,...- .. ...- -v Q 1 ,AJ 1 '-A ..... .,.- ,. -...... , .-nv ln' 4 'A' nr.. ,'A': I w fx, '4 we J 6 A bv X I , typ" 'e , , .,,L,,Q, M, W. ., , . - . w..,M.,., ww, .M , , f - -f H w1,1wMawy,..,H W M, 1 I ,Li ., ., mf.. ,,- mm was 4 . -W MW Muna V 'V 'I " H W , sm ....,.,.V..,..M..fa 4:17 em 'gf-l We ,,,,w,m,w,.,,,.,,n , 'f I W 3 w.a.,mulH.fa-.dai .WH ,.6,,.,,,,.,,, viii! N I3 'fb' X, , ,V ,, W, M 'Z Pff",,j g 4 ' . fffamr. .V 2- I . , M .,... V Y JA IV' 'V 4 -., , gnu- -.qu-r1.1-I-W Knwonag? 'ff " . .- 5.5:-'Qf' A Lf- ' 1 ' 'Q 'I'2ff'.Q,2L'TL' ' -'M' 19.614 - 1 , L,g,wg,, .1 - , M R A , V, .. ,,4.4:.w' 'Q Be-1 Ogg if "'-j f1?Z"f"2f'i', 4"73?2?,Q"21 . L . T. FEEL U VV ,wily f Q52 , f.'L::,54,,- ' M' - ggi, 'X Q, . gf' ' :gag .f Nw, "H ,g i . , ui ' ' ' ff' z ' '72"?ff'6:S 1?9'139if?.f:fff . x g x vi X X?-'V M, x ,gm W f ,1 6 W' 1 T '5' 422.23 W A- juniors ww C Lx! P' TV .-iii' 'I-ll! J BOB BY JONES President ,,7A , .. . ,...,,.. .,,7.77.... . . ,7. ,7., Vice President Secretary 7.,,,,, Reporter ....,. E, JIMMY SESSIONS JERRY BATES JANELL MANNING ,v ei 4 WM 12 VN -ff? Bates Jerry Beffv Dons Asher Lazane BAN Baile B Amen' Uffhe Bates Mary Nell Blackstock Dan ma ntlhafd Du ane Bovd Beverw Cathey Norma Coward 46 tr Glenda Brown Jvm Turk Creacy Arvul B Berry I Q A Chamblee Jack Cul? R nh . , .1 I 1 . , I - ! I u Uk, L' , , . x X' - " . if f ? C ' f. , . 4 - Mali , -1 . 1' - - LP X ' ' 4.1 ,- 24 ' ,, LK 5 5-. Fig, S1-iw? f W rw, h ,, ,' ' - 4 'Sf' S Q 1 , 'lf'- f any 1 V :'..'5L:'. A I I .33 . 6 1., w.. Q , Q . . , It arf? " .N 6 ' m':.,'-. I I , Q' . , - I ,v. I . 4 Cumfnmgs Bo b Derruck Charles Davidson Marllyn Erwm Jamie Fedfhe fSrOne Re da Fisher Johnny on Freeman C x 2325 :mix-4 ' K J- MI Gilbreath, Dollie mel G GaXXoway, fafe, Frankie Hardle Marcelme HOdgeS Jlrn mY Hollingsworth Paul Jones Bobby ,M Knphen, Eugene MBV Kflap jones' Sm p' EVelyn Latham Bull Lee Mary Ann '-'vel y C F r Mannxng Loveloy Mary Anna Janen AJ Mayberry, X Maxwexxf Pau McCIesky Jo Dean p If ,gal Mcffallisfer Ge 1 McKenzue Bully QJULCXDE lm 4 vw 4 www M L c aughlm Grady McLeroy Geraldine Meeks D880 Mevef EM Mae Noftmgham J D My Mitchell Bully Tom am fel' LaRue Patterson George N ewron Sandra Pagan BM 1114 ' ' al . I . U I1 M I A I' V 7 S g - ' , , , O'NeaI, Mary Beth P . I 1 . ' 45 Pendleton, Wanda Joe Peffym., P5Yne' n' DiXie Rattan Robert Rhoads Ra Y Rogers Charles Rueief Joe50 fl ,Q , gg., SBTNf0Td News Shelton Rupert Anneffe Sessuons Jummy Se Xfon Norris Smuth Norma Af' A J ,AAJ LX Y Thompson O Sulluvan Jerry da 47 u n , i 5 S I , Van 'ix .f"' Jovce Ma White Anyse Sue ne Wacker Beftye Wil Ilafhs Haro, 1 d Wnllnams Wanda jk Wh IH COfrine Wllllams Belva NNGSOU Barbara 'Ds Witt, Darrell x? X i u n i o Led by the Jumors hugh school had the polmcal fe ver oo loymg one of The many banquets of the year F Wyrner, Georgia Ann Abi The well known Gatesvulle Hugh School Band nn the famullar G formahon sophomores x,! OFFXCER5 Presfdent DAVID KENDRICK Vfce President BILLY ROUTT Secretary MARY JO WHIGHAM Adams, Margaret Ament, Wyllis Anderson, Jimmy Bartlett, Donald Barton, Vernon Bauman, Phyllis ku' ' f? '--A I Blanchard, Charles Blanchard, Sue Bonds, Joyce T' Burt, Benny Burf, Sherrie Calhoun, Karl sophomores N Q '5 Brashear, Glynda Brown, John F. Brown, John T. 'MIX 41 'C' S Carroll, Helen Chambers, Carleen Clement, Martha A. Cox, Marie Culberf, Billy Curry, Mary Ann 'un ta 'C' Clernons, Gwendolyn Copper, B. K. Cooper, Dorothy sophomores Dyer, Doris Dyson, Janis Edwards, Charles R. 'Z Davidson, Jacqueline Davidson, Sandra Dorsey, Don ' eu Y ,Nav Edwards, Donald Epperson, Donald Featherstone, l.aNelda Hayes, Dessie Henson, Pat Hill, W. K., Jr. l up-1 sophomores Gordon, A. J. Gilbreafh, Laura Jane Hammack, Lucy nr Q- - . ...K Hodges, Bully M. Holt, Doyle Holt, Jo Ann Jones, Martha Keener, Billie Kendrick, David T' Love, Ruth 'gb' . McCarver, Joy Q3 Mcelofhun, Billy , L 'K Huckaby, Carlene Huey, Jennie Lee Hunt, Robert Kindrick, Freddy Loer, Mary Logan, Curtis if Meeker, Pat Meeks, Ramona Merritt, Gail Moody Billy Moore, Edgar Morton, Thomas ff' 0""'9 'J X J Meyer, Floyd Miller, Ann Miller, Paf Mueller, Betty Necessary, Bruce Neuman, Janet Newton, Ba rba ra O'NeaI, Ray Painter, Pauline Powers, Dorothy Rabbe, Loretta Rattan, Esterleen Rueter, Jed Schaub, Reid Schaub, Sarah Shirley, Nefa Ruth Sims, Duane Smith, Delbert L. no """F' MY fv Q' Q , 'nf Q' 4' A I J Woodward, Barbara Williams, Sammy Jo Williamson, Bill Woodson, Mike Whigham, Mary Jo Wiggins, Bill Wilkinson, Barbara sophomores L'i'lU"'U U, The Sophomore Class and their famous spirit create a sensation in the PTA All School Parade 59 freshmen President DICKIE FRANKS Secrera ry PAT TATUM Reporter MARGARET PER RYMAN vice PfeS'f'dgAA?.','.A,'.'.'.','ffffffffQffffffff.'.'ffffffffffff, ......,. BEN KING freshmen Berry, Jim Ed Blanchard, Robert Blanchard, Sylvia Bone, Carl Brown, Catherine Bryant, Frances Burt, Beth Burt, Linda Caldwell, Phyllis Chambers, Sammy Ray Chamlee, James Clement, Catherine Cohagen, Harold Gene Cowart, Ann Creacy, Ruby Lee Curry, James Davidson, Lavetta Nell Davis, Brents Davis, Leslie Derrick, Norma Barton, Charles Ray Barton, Jerry Wayne Barton, Jimmy Dan 1 1 t in flu.. AM 'al' v A 1 u 3 if r 'F' 1,4 Diserens, Patsy Drake, Donna if-1 fe- Qu 1 ' it Aer A" ,e ll A Q.-Ja G. ff s xv . ff." if - . xl Draper, Cloyce Draper, Joyce Dreyer, Gerhart 1'7' 5- if i 0-Q fi E Dunn, Jerry Dyer, Bobby Dyess, Linda Gayle Evetts, Carrol Wayne Farrar, Martha Ann Featherston, Betty Lee Fleming, Shirley Franks, Dickie Franks, Raymond Giebler, Roland Gilchrest, Anita Gilchrest, Betty Glass, David Gohlke, Robert Graham, Glen Healer, Jimmy Hensler, Paul Henson, Rita Herring, Helen Herring, Zelma Ann freshmen Jones, Archie Jones, David Jones, Raymond Joseph, Anita Karau, David Kenner, Sue Kellerman, Wesley King, Ben Kramer, Charlie Latham, Bennie Lloyd Lengefeld, Ann Leuvano, Richard Lofland, Bonnie Long, Bill Macy, Joyce Magee, Dan Manning, Joe Marshall, Freddie Massingill, Norris Maxwell, Linda Homan, Cynthia Hopson, Nelton Jameson, Nancy l,,, , f E , J is-.6 ik' 'fini 'Q 4 Mayberry, Nannie Mae McCarver, Su 9' 1- sa 1 9 McCown, Delores freshmen McCutcheon, Marva McLaughlin, Joyce 1 ., la N 5 4, M gi .II ,-, Q Q ,,-K.. 'L l ' h ! 9 r' , N' 'q iw' l , 1 f ,yylq J A, 4 . phi 5 X..2' ll 'Q' , wr"y l Y" TT Wad -Q5 ,sa f, K . 5 . , , 0.0 5 A N' ' y L i 1F75 . ' no I it Yr, ' . , Q ' V ' , A 4 x McLaughlin, Noel Mohler, Bobbie Moody, Carl Moseley, Eldon Nesbitt, Nancy Neuman, Jerry Nichols, Billy Pancake, Robert Pearce, Wayne Perryman, Margaret Poston, Mike Nell Potts, Patsy Powell, Noah Powell, Zana Price, Jerry Bob Richter, Dorothy Roberts, Janell Robinson, Charles Russell, Billy Russell, Don freshmen Schaub, Linda Sellers, James Sharf, Robert Shelton, Tommie Sheridan, Nita Sherwood, Lenroy Sims, Claudia Sims, Louise Smith, Billie Smith, Bobbie Smith, Harvey Snyder, Kermit Sadler, Henry Wade, Jr. Sadler, Stanley Saunders, Johnny Russell, Jerry Sadler, Jane J 1 k .,,. 4 lit- F fl F. ,. 51, 3 Stanley, Thomas ,, Summers, Sandra ' Swift, Kenneth Tatum, Patricia Taylor, Richard Tennison, Jean Thompson, Betty Thompson, Janice 5 - la' 4 1 T7 'i 4' l ,f ,4 all avi if ?' Wolfe, Jerry The members ot the CURTAIN TIME CLUB have demonstrated their ability to make stage scenery and props, which they used on a float in the school parade . . . Virginia Woodson, Jeanie Huey, and Nancy Nesbitt have learned the art ot gracious living through the study ot HOMEMAKING. N an il:- ff Trewitt, Charlene Tumlinson, Louis Warren, Dolly Watts, Donald freshmen -vs Weigand, Bonnie ,A Wicker, James . 'Nr Wilkins, Barbara Wittie, Carral ic.. Q X KP' 1 NJ, Q. 5 lx 4,,guxT yn ...X ." Q-5 Xl 3 S , fe-rf' ,, Xh'i s ,. , hw , if M as 'AQUM 'fY'4,-4 af-,,Q5f:. 7? ' -.gn Ei? 46 'V . f' ? I il If l, eighth grade and seventh grade X ' 1" QFFXCER5 Presrdent JOE FRANK SHIRLEY V:ce President KENNETH PATE Secretary SARAH CULBERSON Reporfer FAYRENE CUMMINGS QFFXCERS Vice Presfdenr CHARLES HOLLINGSWORTH Secretary BARBARA POWELL 68 Reporfer LINDA EARLE GRAHAM ll 51,9 Q 'if' 'x ,rw 1 rvfiw I 1. l "' .. 1' ' lf W ' 5 if Q1 9 , X L . 'uri Persidenr ,,,,,, ,,,,,7,,,..,,..,,,, ,,,,7,,,,,. ,.,.,,7.,, , R O Y KINDRICK 1, . t is I - eighth grade w, w ,. r Q ' f- I 'z ,A x f W I an x1'P'w . , ,W y , 5 A,.A l d 5 Q? - JfL,.J,f Dx r- NX is Brown, Bill Brown, Catherine Lee Bryant, Patsy Bush, Bobby Carothers, Sarah Chambers, Bob Creacy, Nan Carolyn Crosby, Albert Crosby, Janell Culberson, Sarah Cummings, Fayrene Dorsey, Dorothy Dyson, Carolyn Featherston, Raybern Forrest, Amelia Gauer, Bobbie Harlan, Westa Hightower, Darlene Hightower, Norma Hitt, Fay Adkison, Loy Ray Allen, Frankie Ament, Kay Asher, Elaine Balze, Donald Barker, Peggy Barnhill, Carl Bartlett, Wanda Baugh, Janette Beck, Sandra Berry, Joe Dean Blanchard, Darlene Brashear, Melba Bratton, Charles Brookshire, Mary Lee 'I ly L y, , Q . ' , Q5 'C -0 -Q 5 9' . Q , 'Q 'ff 35, Hix, Janis Hogget, Minnie Hyde, Ann Jones, Elbert Jones, Patsy Keele, Duane Kramer, Eloise Landry, Douglas Latham, J. W. Lively, Bobby Lawson, Linda Love, Lynda Luevano, Stella McCutchen, Billy Ruth Manriques, Andrea Q 2- E af t," Y ' K .wg T' Q H, g Y-1 -x .4 Z. M, vu . ' , F. 4- , " I2 N rf ' x L. , ?0 Vs- 'x K ,QMNN , U 1. I . .- , v v , I7 u.--,Q x l f' ' L - -2 ' 3 we ' , Q6 5 ' Q. A V- - . vs f.:S-1 'sn 1' 1 . N..1'..' Martin, Belva Jane Meharg, Bob Miller, Shelba Dean eighth 'ii ,sa T' I Mitchell, Mary Catherine Mueller, Nancy Murrah, Danell Necessary, Helon Ortega, Lila Ortega, Susan Painter, A. C. Painter, Nancy Pate, Kenneth Powell, Charles Powell, James Price, Christine Rattan, Clark Richardson, Joyce Richter, Bobby Joe Rogers, Joyce Elaine Schrimsher, Rita grade Q , i as .J -2 C' ,C ' 1.1 ...f S,-A 1 ,- i ink 1, F' " :ir .p iv it .,x'1 . -' 77' fs, 4-11- Z 1 12 - 1" V o ' , N, , 1 . TI 'vi , , I ..- 'T-:Y 4 ' .JA , v W i J' N? Y 5 ' I ' if ' ' A . a Votaw, Thomas Walters, Joe Walters, Kenneth Wendeborn, Shirley Weigand, Kay Weir, Anita White, Elton Wicker, Dickie Wilie, Lenora Williamson, Fay Williams, Joe Marion Wiggins, Jonnie Wolfe, Don Wolfe, Glenda Zeigler, Barbara X L . v-W, il f7 fv 3, 1 Q " V11 f. 'e il , .,. I " ey !q1,: at ' 1 11: - : , M fdwsLE4w',, I 'Q ar' . .- 1-.9 -1 Scott, Donna Lu Shelton, Robert Shirley, Gayle Shirley, Joe Frank Sims, Charlotte States, Kermit Stevens, Sylvia Steward, Lynita Taylor, Mary Sue Thompson, Benny Thompson, Robert Tubbs, Francis Van Winkle, Shirley Vernon, Lavillas Vick, Nan JL 'A Ln s. K V, 2 -f '1 - ,- 1 1 I Q '.:' ' , . fr, 4.22 4 XS' Q ,Q -' ,y au' i ' ,J Q?5i', 1 i ,gs I H . 6 , 1 X ll. 1' 6 J i A is . X X a Diserens, Jeannette Dyer, Joyce Dysinger, Sammy Joe Featherstone, Jackie Frye, Bruce ' Galloway, W. Lee Glass, Donald Graham, Linda Earl Hale, Carrie Lou Hancock, Mary Linda Hayes, Norma Jean Herring, John William Hollingsworth, Charles Hopson, Nathan Leon Howard, Janton Jerry Huckabee, James Michael Huckabee, Jerry Ruth Hunt, Richard Don Jacobs, Lester Karan, Sylvia 6 xfysx 49 i , ts 1, i V - "J .iw 'l -1-sf -.ii seventh Acker, John Altum, Johnny Angermann, Jerry Barton, Virginia Lee Blanchard, J. N. Boynton, Kermit Brooks, Ray Alton Brooks, Scott Broussard, LeRoy Burt, Billy Dale Burchett, Carol Carroll, Cynthia Chambers, Bonnie Lee Cohagan, Frances A I Q- 'l Culp, Floyd 'L . I, Qfiwii if -.f . L Mi fm, 'u-fl, if if l la V rg 'J' V KVYYN Q. ia . N J ' ' . if - 49. 4,7 if ' . - Q nl., is l ' 2,15 i Y I .1 'X J 4 , I: 5 f .. . J .. Qxli , , -AH LQ "+I ,- ffl In .3 . W- , u grade Kellerman, Velma Kindrick, Roy Knight, De Ann Koehler, Burnett Kramer, Elmer Landry, Doris Faye Lowrey, Lynn Lynn, Brigitte McLaughlin, Anne Macbeth, Edmond Massingill, Sybil Merritt, Carroll Wayne Mitchell, William Mohler, Claudette 4 Moore, Lloyd Byron ia f' . .. 'N . Iv I 1 . 2 ' - K - a 1 ' 'i i .0 Q. 6 .f 7 will' af. R , ff V, :. -fl Q. 4 r f -,.... .rffgs Jac, c QQ ,41- Q if' r Q' ,. 'frx 3 Morse, Jack W. Ortega, Rachel Palmer, Jackie Patterson, Mary Lou Powell,' Barbara Rainer, Donna Faye Richardson, Edwin Richter, Orvil Lee Riley, Jim Ed Russell, Faye Russell, George Sercey, Bobbie Lois Shirley, Billy Don Sims, Joe Elmer Taylor, Kenneth Thetford, Avis Turner, Lynn Veazey, Kenneth Voss, Gary Kit Votaw, Dorcas seventh grade '? 7' A af' '1 -L A L4-, R fxgkl Under the capable durechon of Miss Halbrook the Junlor Chorus has presented many programs for the dufferent or gannzahons In and out of town 4 'X 4' r" v 3 Wadkuns Donald Lee Warren Jnmmy Washburn Beverly Watts Georgia Sue Weafherby Danny Weaver Jerry Wenr Wulma Jean Wnlllams Bevera Lee Wnlluams Charles Wlllnams Wilma Wnlne Robbie Wilson Ben Ed Woodson Bully Ben Wrnght Barbara Ann Wymer Sammy cab? A 4 ii. 'Di . Q F Q i l I, I ' -Q N I tl. ' Q.. I ' ' ' ' ' 1' , . ft ' N, 1- -' 5 5 B li X ., A 4 'V X A , X V, C 'X - is I l ' P : F 'Q -1 Q- , - ...I I. ,f m v V ' . . 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They study they slave they work and toll 5, But all to no avarl ' The readm rrtlng and rnthmetlcs unknown Stlll make the vlctrms fall The ClTlZENSHlP CLUB IS an organuzatton made up f t tves from each class chosen by the students for represen a I scholarshup and dependabuluty Members of thus organnzatuon f HI h contrlbute greatly to the smooth operatuon o Junuor g School Seated Mrs Holmes Sponsor Pat Tatum Ben Kung Sarah Culberson Dnckue Franks Margaret Perryman Standnng Roy Kundrlck Lnnda Graham Fayrene Cummings Joe Frank Shprley Kenneth Pate Barbara Powell and Charles Hollnngsworth .rf o, f 4 ia, Q F . v . O. v . . Q., 4 g . if S. 1' 0 H I av' I 'sf 'Eg ns, .Q ni" O . Q' . s if 5 F 1 -' I N? .-: L , so I ,sp - 9 - Q' ngfw ' va, 3, 1. Q I ' ?. L 4 af X 'li-Mr A R. if W I L , M14 It QQ is J 4 Q is an ' . . 5 1, .ff 4 . 6 Q I U no-4 4, , , v Q' s . " Q - Ai' f' 'ff q f . i I V 'iv' s fs-v Mx . ' Q ' I I - Mg". ,' fix, . ' 2. Q' A . ' '- Mit! Bffxi' 1' 1 .I . sy. . Y I we 'Q 1 V? I I' A , ,, QA-fffiwi V Auf.: yzfzfmw . SK ' Q ioann iones .ini S f e 0 P 0 don Turner 80 .7 if 5- Y billie baize 'G 'hu I S-4"" If.-f . 0 Q in 9.35 9 Q Q o .N A 0 wanda williams 6-'Z "' .- ' 1 pat henson .-VK. Z Q' ' ' " Y in 1 ' 'A 'ff ,-Hi.-4 ,f x if Ai f v ' M xx ',,- ,fx ix 2 fzsf 2 e gi Q4 H, . Q e 0 0 ge sue blanchard ggi, "' H- Q !! ,4 H ,i .M 55 ? QBTQ, 1. aikifif' Q I QL QT ,I I 1 .f , Goo 6 No Qi 'Q margaret perryman 87 1? 0 TT-LW' if - ',',,,..lm A.,-,tr K t 6 '69 if "0 helon necessary 0 o- bob meharg Mila: y X HMP' Q. 'is A y., I- 'tv- ,Q GN Q06 Q, es C 0 P1 X-. ',,gv9' A 0 I Q, u. faye russel ynn turner C? JOANN JONES With power for organization and the courage demanded by those who dare to scale heights of creative beauty-Joann, Edi- tor of The Crescent has set the pace for those who work successfully for and with others. 5 A-.I ANNE SCHAUB The brightness of her hair falls right in line with her sunny disposition and animated in- terest. Her prankish ways af- fix the tag of tantalizing tease to herself. who's fS, 'D GLENDA ROBERTS Take frankness and fair- ness add leadership demonstrated for two years as an alert of- ficer and you h a v e Glenda admired by all for her sterling worth. WAYNE MITCHELL Service rendered readily, rec- ognition unsought entitle Wayne to the esteem and repu- tation of one who has con- tributed much that will be re- membered by his classmates. who BOB CLARY An unusual nickname denotes a sparkling difference in Harn- mer. While seriousness and wit, ingenuity and frolic add depth to his achievements. l.ll.LlE MAE GRAHAM Lillie Mae bubbles with a sub- tle wit which like her gen- erous giving appears when- ever clouds are low or helping hands are needed. I ' Q A7 'ul JOHN BEN YOWS Wise banter iovial laugh- ter make known the presence of John Ben. However, a keen mind complements the more serious interests of our star trumpet player. BlLLlE VERN GRAHAM Billie Vern's always on her toesg a whimsical quip flashes through her mind and is ex- pressed at any time. Accurate minutes typify her as secre- tary and difficult roles merit encores for our actress. su EXW ' 4 ,Lx X: . igighim , ' if fn QQ 5 . gm , ,M 1- 'r. .-- . 'kg' . .Y 'if'-J - 'f T535 1 i ,,. if fy W Hri Ly' 'U -1 ' ' ,24'5Mf.w,ff ff. "af . Q ,. . ,IT A , N, .,-. -4 'rm 4, , .4 11' ' Mint' 'FST L I . K .4 ,,,.. , ,.., Y ' 2 ' T, ' . NNY W- 1 , , ,L-gr.. J ' .5 K 053155 :f f 421 2514? ' , S f 44: f, fm, - "ff ' U gg 1432? 'Q f,..g f :w.k1, .,., , fi' yfifefu ,,43-.aging ,gy ggggyfej., ff .53 . 5 '25 , iff M- Q xqygi K ,f 4? . 'V f .Yr .A v K 2 K S? 'W M , ' F-Tlffw, X42 ' cheerleaders Full of enthusiasm and vlvacnty these flve are always wnllmg to do theur part They are Joann Jones Jane Jones Nancy Franks Julia Jones and Dnxue Perryman thanks to you un trnbute for the ex cellent way you demonstrated sports manshlp and built up school spurlt NANCY FRANKS Head Cheerleader To our CHEERLEADERS of '53 we say N homecoming queen JULIA JONES For her personality, winning smile, and untirlng ettort to make the student body wholeheartedly support the Hornets, Julia Jones was selected Homecoming Queen by the Gatesville High student body. Jw. X L L Q .Q V 312355- ,bw N5 pf.. .kfq f'5 ' w. ,H A 'g L'f K r-fe' .. n , . N lo ,f Y 0 -9 Uv , - 1422-'1 Ju 4 up . nw, AN. X . -'I .5 ,-' Na.. I' AQ- - - -. r ' , H,f.'a-.M , , -f- ' ' 1 ' - qv.. ' , ,N .A r-, tn.. . ' . 1,-4 Q-f--A--5-in , . A A , 4. l .. ,,..j A A .. , 4, I-QQ, iff X 5 ,, 'Zi' -Ffwfw,-.,Qf5f:f '7 ' 'Eff an y Am 21'-1 V """ ' ' I- . 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'gif - F- 2 3, ,Vg if V v .fn-. .1 -1 3.2:-A-e,1... 1-,.:f,,. - ., "-k ,ig A , 4 , ..,- - if, ., - -gy V. ff A -- . , -- 4 ' ' " , x -- 1 - f, - - "- . ' - ' ' 1 ,A-w ' 4 - . .- , "' L', 1, --'ly 'ZALN 1' " ' w ,' . ,,l.f,' Q Y , . ' -U - .3 pf- .EL gf QA gg' .Ji .V -H' ' Y ' 'K 5 -5 "L: ' ' ,L , --1 . new-1 Q , ' 4 President ,..,,,, Vice President Secretary ....,,, Reporter ,,,,, Sponsor ,,,A, student council y JACK POSTON DON TURNER VERNETA WADDILL GENEVA CHAMBERS MR. PRUITT The STUDENT COUNCIL is the governing body of the students at Gatesville High School. Its obiect is to "Further in every way the unity and standards of the students of this high school through the regulation of student affairs under the authority ot the high school." Comprising the Student Coun- cil is an elected representative from each class and club in high school. Sue White, Norris Sexton, Verneta Waddill, Jack Poston, Janell Manning, Don Turner, Jane Jones, Geneva Chambers, Ann Miller, Carroll Shirley, Anita McCorkle, Deen Meeks, Nancy Franks, Arch Coskery, Dollie Gilbreeth. senior chorus .. President , ,,,, ,,,,,, W AYNE MITCHELL Vice President .. , WALLACE MOODY Secretary , . , NANCY FRANKS Student Council , ,, JANE JONES The SENIOR CHORUS is an organization composed of students that enioy singing. They represent G.H.S. in musical programs on the campus and throughout the com- munity. First row: Mr. Meisch, Anita McCorkle, Charlene Huckaby, La Delle Huckaby, Janis Dyson, Janie Roberts, Barbara Woodward, Jane Jones, Anne Schaub, Julia Jones, Betty Bauman, Dessie Lee Hayes, Wanda Harrell. Second row: Joann Jones, Glenda Roberts, Ruth Love, Mary Loer, Margaret Hancock, Lloyda Thompson, Geneva Chambers, Nancy Franks, Suzanne Jameson, Carla Moseley, Myna Lou Snoddy, Dean Joiner, Wyvonne Schaub, Larry Baugh, Wayne Mitchell, Jim Turk Brown, John Ben Yows, Wallace Moody, Glendel McCarver, Wyllis Arnent, Don Burcalow, Martin Noyola, Pianist, Dorothy Ellis. fr, e ba President JOHN BEN YOWS Vice President GLENDA ROBERTS Secretary ANNE SCHAUB Reporter SUZANNE JAMESON The first GATESVILLE HIGH the express purpose of "inspiring and to bring victory and glory to ent director, took over the reins public acclaim to the b a n d ball game maneuvers. The band weeks before the student body to son. The band performs for all game or not. The annual "Band the school year, is entirely han- Gatesville High School B a n cl ing the famous Spirit of G.H.S. First row: Ellis, Boyd, Waddill, McCorkle, Neuman, Chambers, Wilkinson. Second row: Dyess, Jameson, Bau- man, Schaub, Smith, Hix, Coward, Nesbitt, Macy, Adams. Third row: Summerford, Lam, Miller, Woodson, Mc- Kenzie, Perkins, Carroll, Graham, Bartlett, Chambers, Stewart, Schaub, Sadler, Benningfield, Fourth row: nd Majorertes DOROTHY COOPER HARRIET VICK ' ,' LILLIE MAE GRAHAM J ,jmfl SANDRA DAVIDSON ig 1 7 SCHOOL BAND was formed for G.H.S." Robert Meisch, the pres- in l95l. He has brought wide through clever and intricate foot- members come to school two get ready for the oncoming sea- pep rallies, rain or shine, home Follies," one of the highlights of dled by the band. The colorful plays an important part in build- the football team in its efforts J, , Woodward, Davidson, Stewart, Clement, Yows, Ament Bauman, Gatlin, Waddill, Chambers, Kindrick, Burt Shelton, Moseley, Chamber, Allen, Magee, Hamilton Blanchard, Schaub, Davidson. Fifth row: O'Neal, Brown Smith, Brown, Roberts, Moseley, Cooper, Graham Davidson, Burcalow, Meisch. Rl iivlrl. HORNETS G' Fi"f-ff? -:L X WK. -LUX .unn- 0 D gr 5'Hm's z..'T7'L4 Bai, 'S MR. SAM ADAMS Sponsor First row: Creacy, Hunt, J. T. Brown, Moody, Williams, Calhoun, Shelton, Woodson, Barton Epperson, Rueter, Arnold, Lively. Second row Smith, Wiggins, Gordon, Bratton, Culp, Hill ffa The F F.A. boys are profiting by the study of farming, raising cattle, carpentering, and by the methods used in mechanics. 'Qi .. Logan, Warden, D. Williams, Sanford, Anderson Latham. Third row: Mr. Adams, McKenzie, Jones Sims, D. Warden, Walters, Edwards, Holt, Mc Glothin, Meeks, Hodges, Joe Rueter, Mitchell President M.-- .,,,,,, vm..- Vice President ,,.,....,...... .. Second Vice President -W Third Vice President ,,,, Secretary Y ,.,,........,. c ,,,,,,, Treasurer ,,,,, Reporter Student Council H ,, Parliamentarian , Historian ,,,,,,,, Sentinel ...-..-. ..,.,...,. Executive Committee .,,.,., Executive Committee ...,.... Executive Committee ,...... Sponsor ..,- .,....,, - ..,....,,.., f, l X . I E-.l 5. up First row: Smith, Draper, Shelton, Latham, Bone Wolfe, Berry, Powell, Gholke, Neuman, Manning Barton, and Baker. Second row: Franks, Wicker, Router, Russell, Dyer, Graham, Jones, Tomlinson -.,, DARRELL WHITT ., .... JIMMY BARNHILL ..- .,.,,,. DEAN MEEKS JOE BOB REUTER DENNIS WARDEN ROBERT HUNT ,, ....... JOHN MAYBERRY DON TURNER - .,,,..,. -... CURTIS LOGAN LEWIS WARDEN JED REUTER ARCHIE SANFORD DeWAYNE WILLIAMS BILLY MCKENZIE MR. WI NSLAR Franks, Jones, and McLaughlin. Third row: Hod- ges, Epperson, Evetts, Russell, Curry, Barton, Jones, Dryer, Snyder, Price, Sellers, and Watts. ffa Lx B MR. J. O. WINSLAR Sponsor The Ag boys, eager to learn, watch Mr. Winslar demonstrate the iointer. crescent staff li .A . ll. .- 'J A 'U I.. l ."ls7 ' Z' F 5 . A A First row: Marilyn Davidson, Jimmy Sessions, Glenda Coward, Bobby I Jones, Beverly Boyd, Barbara Wil- lon, Bob Cummings. Second row: Sarah Schaub, Phyllis Bauman, Jac- queline Davidson, Barbara Nan Wilkinson, David Kendrick, Sandra Davidson, Sue Blanchard, QYSA Qui Anne Schaub, Business Manager, Mrs. Bates, Sponsor, Dorothy Ellis, Associate Editor, and Joann Jones, Editor. ll0 First row: Betty Bauman, Typist, Anne Schaub, Busi- ness Manager, Joann Jones, Editor, Dorothy Ellis, Associate Editor, Billie Verne Graham, Art Editor, Billie Jo Gatlin, Art Editor. Second row: John Ben Yows, Photographer, Nancy Franks, Photographer, Bob Clary, Assistant Sports Editor, Anita McCorkle, Layout Editor, Jack Poston, Transportation Manager, John Kendrick, Sports Editor, Bob Miller, Assistant Business Manager, Julia Jones, Copy Editor, Arch Coskrey, Assistant Business Manager, Jane Jones Copy Editor. 1 Here are pictured the members of the staff that made your CRESCENT, 1953. They began the work with a plan, a plan they hoped would, when it was carried out, picture to you now and in later years, one year in your life at Gatesville High. hornets nest Wanda Harrell, Society Editor, Don Curry, Sports Editor, Geneva Chambers, Class News, Glenda Roberts, Associate Editor, Carla Mosely, Editor, Suzanne Jameson, Business Manager, Larry Baugh, Printer, Lillie Mae Graham, General News. Our purpose this year has been to publish a paper which would interest every student in G.H.S. As a school paper with school news, we have not attempted to compete with daily newspapers but have endeavored to be first with G.H.S. news and features. 4 'Us First row: Dixie Perryman, Dollie Gilbreath, Marceline Hardie, Jim Turk Brown, Evelyn Knapp, Mary Ann Loveioy. Second row: Dessie Lee Hayes, Ann Miller, Mary Ann Curry, Nancy Jameson, Patsy Potts, Charlene Truitt. , + nt? , Q 7 Suzanne Jameson, Business Manager, Mrs. Cook, Sponsor, Carla Mosely, Editor, and Glenda Roberts, Associate Editor. I I I curtain time I" OFFICERS Presldent JIM TURK BROWN Vlce Presndent GLENDA ROBERTS Secretary VERNETA WADDILL Reporter BILLIE VERN GRAHAM Fnrst row Summerf d or Jones Davudson Gatlm Davndson Chambers Ellos Newton Per ryman Wnllnamson Poston Burt Hardy Newton Gallaway McElroy Woodard Vuck Love Second row Waddull Neuman Jones Graham Meeker Cl ment Phullups Wallua e ms Rourt, Culbert Cooper Beaseley Hammack Burt Hayes Jones C ooper Jones Franks Thu Sponsor row Chambers Bauman Graham Steward Jameson Boyd Bauman Rabbe Benmngfueld Pendleton Wymer Palmer Meyer Wagham Adams Gnlbreath Schaub Warren Fourth row Schaub Coward Wulkmson Muller Davudso Bartlett Ament Bro MRS BILL WILLIAMS The CURTAIN TIME CLUB S purposes, to promote a better apprecnatnon of dra matlcs In hugh school and to develo s k p pea mg ability were carrued out Hzthls year by the club' s seventy four membe n Schaub wn Barnhnll Moody Baugh Waddnll Ken rd dnck mndnck Burcalow Russell McCorkIe Mrs B ore theur many plays and programs The club s float ull Wullnams spons d 0 O .fl A- . . 'II 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 , , , 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 f f 1 1 , , 1 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 , 1 1 1 1 1 1 - - 1 1 1 1 , , 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 , - 1 1 1 1 1 1 - I I 1 1 . I . K , A . ,I .x , . 4 ' . ' 9 . 1 . . . . , . . . . , . , I FS portraying ' Romeo and Jullet" was a d goo example of the result of the club's energy and e h ' ' ' nt usnastac Interest. PresIdent Vlce Presrdent Secretary Treasurer Reporter Student COUUCII Sponsor Frances Bryant Loretta Rabbe Pat Muller Lmda Maxwell BObbI9 Faye Mohler ClaudelIa Sums Belva WIllIams JanIe Roberts Martha Jones DollIe GIlbreath and Betty Burt Second row Lavetta Nell DavIdson Sue McCarver Jo Ann Holt Ella Mae Meyer Sue Wl'IIte Mary Jo WIgl'Iam Reda Featherstone Marva Jean McCutchen Jamce Thompson and Marcelme Har due Thnrd row Phyllns Caldwell Myna Lou Snoddy La Rue pep squad OFFICERS BELVA WILLIAMS BILLIE aAIzE JANELL MANNING PAT MILLER SUE WHITE MRS MILTON MORGAN Pamter Carolyn PhIllIps Lloyda Thompson Sandra Newton GeraldIne McLeroy Janell Manmng Gwendolyn Clemons J AlIce Powell and Wyvonne Schaub Fourth row CynthIa Ho man Barbara Newton Beth Burt SherrIe Burt Blllle BBIZC Sue Keener Margaret Perryrnan Janell Roberts Norma Derrnck and Mn Morgan Sponsor WIth undyung school spIrIt and enthusIasm, the PEP SQUAD was always at the game backlng the boys through VICTOFY or defeat ll3 4 I ' 1 , 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 H 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 - I ' : ' I . , f I I I I I I , I , I , , 1 1 1 1 I I - ' , ' ' . 1 , 1 l l . Q . f. -, X 1 I fr -V . . sf - -s ' ,. , .'-.fgm N ,, - ""1fJ, , A rx, I .1 , M 1 " , .5 , A - - Q - . .- .. First row Mary Sue Lam Myna Lou Snoddy Verneta Waddrll Betty Ann Dyer Mrs Barley Luanne Asher La Delle Hucklby Vrrgmra Woodson Edna Lowery Anmta Bennrngfreld Second row Carleen Chambers Sandra Newton Betty Wacker Wanda Pendleton Dons Berry Carleen Huckaby Frankre Ilbrary club Encouragmg better Ilbrary servtce and arousmg Interest In the school library are the mam goals of the LIBRARY CLUB Its membership rs composed of student as srstants and others who are Interested rn the library Presrdenf Vrce President Secrera ry Reporter Hrstonan Student C ounc Sponsor ll OFFICERS LAZANNE Ast-len LA DELLE HUCKABY WANDA PENDLETON MYNA LOU SNODDY VERNETA WADDILL MRS BAILEY 0 . I P . 1 1. ' .Q . Q , S 1 I I 1 'A N I t . ' I ' ' .ae,..s.....e,....s. asm' ANN oven , I ., I. s,,.ss,,.,ss,e E ,f - ' fffffffffffffffff.fff,. . kiwi. . ' ,If 2 ....A,..,,,.,. - ,... 'S 6 'JS-f .40 6. - -nl Fnrst row Bully Nnchols Wade Sadler Bobble Mohler Inez Gallaway Second row Anmfa Bennmghdd Ben Kung Laura Gllbreath Norma Cafhey Joyce Warren Thnrd row Mrs: rlrdbrook Spornov' Sanity Sadler Reda Featherston Carlene Huckaby The SPANISH CLUB open to all students who have Taken or are studyung Spannsh us an orgamzahon Through which mem bers learn more of that language and the Spanish speaking people OFFICERS Presndenr BILLY NICHOLS Vice Presldenf STANLEY SADLER Secretary CARLENE HUCKABY Reporfer ANNITA BENNINGFIELD spamsh club orchestra Y A 9 -r 33 Fnrst row Anne Schaub Carleen Chambers Anmta Benmngfneld Stanley Sadler Annette Steward Don Burcalow Second row John Ben Yows Wyllns Ament Bully Waddnll Robert Blanchard Read Schaub Jam Turk Brown Pranusts Amta McCorkIe and Dorothy Ellns Dnrector Mr Robert Meusch The G H S ORCHESTRA, under the dlrectlon of Robert Melsch, has added much spurlt to the actlvutles of the student body At all of nts appearances on the campus, the orchestra has attempted to present a well balanced program of popular music for everyone's enloyment 1 1 8 f . , '22-of 1. 1 ' .f ,gg-gf, --1,-Q X .T .W , . V , -Q - Q 4 4 f A -,Af i., A- AWA i ,L 4 A Xu x Z- 7,7 ,Y W ,Y - 5 - - -Y Y -, H c -----,,.f-ef s 1 l 'l - A lil l 'Q - 1 1 S , 3 . l i ' , ll 1 l 1 e 1 ' 5 l i s S T i l is 5 I V Q' 'A f ll 1 H Q, 1 1 , ' pa in ' -I g 5 LL CI ' 8 . j ' f 1 " jr. high chorus The purpose of the CHOIR us To gnve Junior Hugh studems an oppor tunuty To become partncu nts a fnrstcass choral group asv' II7 jr. high dramatic club This is an organization of students who are in- terested in speech-drama work in Junior High. 311 If gh tennis The purpose of this organization as to recog nlze worthwhile achieve ment of the tennis play ers an Junior Hugh and develop interest therein jr gh POTW me The paper published twice a month by Junior Hugh students helps to create an interest in Junior Hugh af airs ons... jr gh cheedeaders FAYE RUSSELL JANI5 HIX CATHERINE BROWN ELAINE ASHER MARGARET PERRYMAN xii TQ. 3?'ii jr h .,,. 9 e squad The purpose of the orgamzatson vs to pro mote afhletncs and f fos1er the :deals of good sporfsmanshup In Jumor Hugh T . Q, g g. A Iugh majorettes DELORES MCCOWN PAT TATUM CHARLENE TRUITT LAVILLAS VERNON Il9f 'K xr1ooN66'K X02 Q05 odexxos ' Q i ,gn-n guns! QW sz. 1952 foot F I Gatesville Gatesville Gatesville Gatesville Gatesville Gatesville Gatesville Gatesville Gatesville Gatesville v schedule 3 33 O3 33 20 I4 3 6 l4 3.325 l23 l2 27 6 7 28 O 334 l3 33 7 35 l3 6 Temple Kittens 3 3 33 3 Belton La Vega Waco Kittens McGregor Cameron San Saba 3. Lampasas 3 3 Killeen Hamilton 'Q First row: Left to right: Bill Ament, Jimmy Hodges, Edgar Moore, Stanley Jones, Don Dorsey, Pat Henson, C. F. Lively, Gene Sessions, Bill Latham, Bruce Necessary, Vernon Barton, Floyd Myers, Doyle Ray Holt. Second row: Wayne Mitchell, Bobby Arnold, Jerry Bates, Arch Coskrey, Louis Meharg, Martin Noyola, Johnny Fisher, Bobby Jones, Carroll Shirley Jimmy Sessions, Bob Miller, Glendel McCarver, Bob Clary, Duane Blanchard, Robert Powell, Third row: Coach Mitchell, Billy Tom Mitchell, Donny Curry, Jed Reuter, J. D. Notting- ham, Billy McGlothlin, Dean Meeks, Jack Poston, Dewey Meeks, .loe Payne, Jamie Erwin, Novis Sexton, Billy Bankhead, Jerry Sullivan, Coach Morgan. bull squad vf I LLOYD MITCHELL Head Coach Lloyd Mitchell, Gatesville's ath- letic director and high school coach, has been in Gatesville for the past nine years, Coach Mtcwell has kept the Hornet eleven among the top con- tenders for the district title and has turned out several outstanding teams. 5. 4. MILTON MORGAN Assistant Coach Milton Morgan, newest member of the coaching staff, is serving first year as assistant high school coach. This is Mr. Morgan's second year with the Gatesville schools. The former West High School football star was the elemen- tary grid coach last year and a teacher at the new plant. I23 NORRIS SEXTON Back Another fancy broken field runner, Norris also was a top linebacker on defense. BILLY BANKHEAD Back Playing his second year of football, Bill was the leading Hornet ground gainer chiefly due to his swivel-hipped broken field running, ' 'sy vu ' ' "' fm JACK POSTON Guard-Captain A first line guard for three years, Jack was the outstanding line- man in the district as well as the Hornet cap- tain. BOBBY JONES Back An All-District in most everyone's books, Bobby still has a year of fancy quarterbacking ahead of him. Norris Sexton drives through the line as Captain Jack Poston moves up to block for him in the homecoming game. The Hornets downed their opponents, the Lam- pasas Badgers, 35-14, with some great all-round play. -.1 is i . talk, DEAN MEEKS End Big Dean has been a bruising defensive end for the Hornets. Watch for him to make big things next year. 4,3 DON CURRY nd Donny rates as one of the finest pass receivers around. Operating from his right end post, he kept opponents dizzy WAYNE MITCHELL with his pass snatching. Center-Captain Playing his third year as the starting center, Wayne also shone on defense as a halfback. He is another who will be missed next year. BOB CLARY Back f ov-.qw A driving runner who was always good for a few yards, Bob earned a starting berth with his steady play. 0 , Y 8 wi, ff ,.,- ,,L-1Q1-Fog .K in Pint-sized halfback Martin Noyola prepares to lay a telling block on a San Saba defender, as hard-driving Norris Sexton is brought down behind him. Other Hornets pictured are Jack Poston, Don Curry, and Billy Tom Mitchell. The action took place as the Black and Gold opened their district season with a 28-O triumph over the Armadillos. DEWEY MEEKS Tackle Rotund. Dewey threw many an opposing back for a loss and it will take plenty to fill his post next year, JAMIE ERWIN Guard Big Jamie left his No, "9A" firmly impressed in the minds of Hornet foes with his stellar J 9 play. CARROLL SHIRLEY Guard 9-6 JIMMY SESSIONS Back A dead-eye passer and a top flight safety man, Jimmy kept his posi- tion with plenty of hustle. Rugged Carroll bolster- ed the Hornet defense when he was needed and left many an op- posing back in the dirt. All-District end Don Curry scores another six points as he nabs a pass from quarterback Bobby Jones against Lam- pasas. Badger defender is stellar center Charles Davis. The Hornets topped their rivals in the homecoming game. I JERRY BATES Back A fleet Junior, Jerry DVOIWISSS to be a star In his senior year with his fancy running, h BILLY MITCHELL Tackle "Scooter" became a valuable cog at his tac- kle post this year. Just a Junior, he will be plenty rough next sea, son. MARTIN NOYOLA Back A speedy runner, "Pan- cho" earned fame with a touchdown against San Saba in the first district game. .1 JOE PAYNE Tackle A hustling Junior, .loe was a huge bulwark in the stout Hornet line. Coach Mitchell is look- ing for even greater things from him next year. os' ' i".. '- JERRY SULLIVAN End Jerry was another glue- fingered receiver from his end post. Look for him to shine next year. JOHN EDGAR FISHER Back A pile-driving fullback, Johnny was a leader on Offense or defense this year. Here are the bo s chiefl res onsible for that well stri ed football boast equipment. ,L PW Y Y P P on Friday nights. "Connie" and Gene can also Q -Y L' FLOYD MYERS Guard Still a growing boy, 195-p o u n d "Floosie" came on fast during ' the season to earn a starting defensive berth. 'lui BOB MILLER Center Although he did not see rnuch service, Bob could be depended on whenever he was needed. Like a smooth running piston,halfback Bob Clary drives for yardage against the San Saba Armadillos. Hornet end Dean Meeks is attempting to block out an Armadillo, while tackle Joe Payne, on the far left, has iust opened a hole for the hard-running Clary. 'Uv' 1 'I '.l.. - x ARCH COSKREY End Arch was a valuable re- placement for the Hor- nets, being outstanding on either offense or de- fense. HAROLD SHIRLEY Back Another valuable re- serve, Harold was a standout wherever he played. 9 A po yall EBV l' in 1. 2 WWW 7 'vs' 1 4, yi 'saw 4, 1 ' eil if , 'X fi , Q' ,"'J 1' fr -.- n . " "f"Z:fi-aff i' f-4' - ' "-Pg' ,. sw, 44 4 U 9'w,.iQ' Q Magic" Z fl C' QU 'tim'-'ffl .4 L Mifflin 23, 1. M55. P' I most valuable player billy bankhead Bounding Billy, the flashy halfbaclc whose mercury-gaited legs propelled him ix touchdowns was chosen by Gatesville football fandom as the most valu to s , able player on the Hornet eleven of 1952. Bankhead received a plaque emble- matic of his nomination at the annual Lions Club football banquet. Wie., ,fn in ., , ' 4 , i-+':fv'?f.a ' vw' JI, ,, Q ilbi, -of M 'fe 'iT4',,fx., ta Y'- af 9+ , rf A , L H 'luv , fi ffbv r -P, of 'A' ' . ' J X 'L nf '14, J .30 + 2 ' .,', boys' basketball schedule schedule Galesville , 27 3l , , s,,,,, Evanl Galesville , 53 40 Cameron Galesville ,, 38 39 Cameron Gafesville 56 13 Hico Galesville 42 43 Kermit Gatesville 41 40 San Saba Galesville 55 20 Turnersville Gafesville 42 37 Killeen Galesville ,, , 51 34 Lampasas Galesville 71 54 San Saba Gafesville 45 37 , Killeen Gafesville ,,,, 47 59 ,,Y,YY, Y Hamilton Galesville s,,, ,,ss 5 O 56 , We Lampasas LLOYD MITCHELL-Coach ROBERT POWELL-Manager First row: Powell, McCarver, Turner, Clary, Sessions, Hollingsworth, Shirley, Rainer, Coach Morgan. Second row: Coach Mitchell, Mitchell, Sellers, Coskrey, Meeks, Curry, Reiner, Kendrick, Sullivan, Mitchell, Sexton. Don Curry scores another two points against Cameron as Don Turner and Dean Meeks watch. "Donny" was the Hornet spark who kept the Black and Gold in the district race against San Sa ba, Lampasas, Killeen, and Hamilton. DON CURRY Captain DON TURNER DEAN MEEKS NORRIS SEXTON WAYNE MITCHELL BOB CLARY Everybody battles for the ball while Wayne seems to be studying the situation. Donny grabs for the ball and Don and Dean look on. JIMMY SESSIONS BILLY TOM MITCHELL JERRY SULLIVAN Jerry S U I I I v a n shoots against Killeen, w It i I e Charles Rogers and Scooter wait for the rebound. l32 Dean Meeks lumps high against Cameron in an ef- fort to gain the ball. For- ward Norris Sexton on the left and guard Don Turner on the right are straining for the ball, while Bob Clary does not seem to care. GLENDEL MCCARVER PAUL HOLLINGSWORTH JOHN KENDRICK girls' basketball schedule Galesyille 21 Gafesville 32 Galesville 7 l8 Gaiesyille 77 38 Galesyille 7 l3 Galesville 47 Gatesville 74 Galesyille 7 7 32 Galesville 7 53 Gatesville 37 Gale-sville 37 Gatesville 38 Galesville 23 Galesville 37 Gaiesville 43 Galesville 26 Galesville 37 Gaiesville 749 Gatesville .s,, I8 Gaiesville 7 ,s,,,, 39 Gaiesville 7 54 Gatesville 7 34 Galesville 7 35 Galesville ,,Vs,s ,,s,s, 4 O Gafesville 77 7 777777 730 Gatesville 77 7 14 Gaiesville 77 31 Gatesville 38 Gatesville 36 R. C. NICHOLS-Coach MARY ANN LEE-Manager schedule Oglesby Jonesboro Oglesby 7 Midway Jonesboro Copperas Cove Lampasas Midway Lampasas Crawford Jonesboro Hico Llano Thrall Burnett Mason Troy Hico 777777 Hico Midway Boerne 7 Fredericksburg Mason 7 Connally Lipan 7 Crawford 7 77 Lipan 7 7Penelope Penelope Fin! row: Co-Captain, .lanell Manning, Manager, Mary Ann Lee, Billie Baize, Second row: Belva Williams, Wanda Williams, Martha Jones. Third row: Geraldine Mcleroy, Co-Captain, Corinne Whitt, ' ' ' i x. Barbara Wilson, Dixie Perryman, Mar e Co Q93 BILLIE BAIZE WANDA WILLIAMS DIXIE PERRYMAN Even the referee lumps for the ball as Corinne slaps it To Dixie. A Penelope for- ward edges in from The outside To contest, loo. Corinne lumps hugh for a loose ball against Penelope while Dixie and M a r I e guard two Penelope for wards. JANELL MANNING Co-Capfain CORRINNE WHITT Co-Captain BARBARA WILSON Barbara sinks another one of her many field goals as the Horneftes to p ple d strong Penelope in Gales- ville. BELVA WILLIAMS NORMA SMITH MARIE COX DOLLIE GILBREATH GERALDINE MCLEROY MARVA MCCUTCHEON Janell looks for an opening as Barbara moves in front of a Penelope guard to take the pass. l35 -all Jw 'L'-1 1 m hw DG Wayne M fs d6ClCBd OU makes 5 HS a smkel Blg Floyd eYf:cher a few words Ol ages fo ,ag mm b fperfecf ghde but HO d CalCl1lng g encouragement ear Qlves me pl e Ofe he Scores Y man baseball Fnm row Hollmgsworth Clary Sessuons Turner McCarver Sullevan Sexton Wnllnams Second row Coach Mnchell Powell Sheffneld Bard Rogers Jones Curry McCalluster Lively Coach Nnchols LYJ1., . I h , ' '- -A-..1 1 1 .P ' 1-o , , ,..- - , ' ' I '. -. ' 1 SWL 4 . , J L", , s . - - K , ' ' Q 1, ' - V O A 2 0. . .1 4 . -.v 1 if v , Ga , ,', '. -1 I In 1 , 1 I 1 ,' u ' I l 1 , . , . I c , fb ' . . 4 'W 1.--1 ,,-f- I ' ' 1 C. -F' 1 -N a . N .' N I - s lp I I ' I , , Y ., , 1' 1 . ' 24 - ,e , - ,'4E.-kg Z' I 1 x H' 1 " . Ln . Q Q I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 5 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - ,Q 7 for tough Ompellllon H'S muscles tense and b a over the bale feet H DeweY prepafzive ot the shOT WIT h 3 long track '- asain- 0.9.-F 3 'Q districf C h Pus es himself ying Harold Q 9 'fu ,ggsvrgn .as , 11 'S Vs G. A-xg First row: Hollingsworth Turner Clary McCarver Sessions Mitchell Jones S. Second row: Bates Curry Williams Shirley C.- Sullivan Jones B.- Sexton Davis Lively Dewey Meeks. Third row: Barnett ' Shirley H.- Dean Meeks Moody McGlothlin Hodges Hunt Meyers Arnold Baize Latham Barton Coach Mitchell. C G 0 Y . I 3 .- ., c s M' I 'nc Luna, x Q M, -5 gi,s,.f. LT Gatesville High School boasts an outstanding GIRLS' PHYSICAL EDUCATION pro- gram, which provides a well-rounded sports background for each student. Girls are encouraged to enter in such activities as basketball, baseball, volleyball, dancing, badminton and tumbling. First row: Boyd, McCorIcle, M. Davidson, Franks, A. Schaub, Clement, Adams, Neuman, S Davidson, J. 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P Food Store Allen Bann Alvns Garner Co Arnold Electrnc C0 Banze Clnnnc Barnes Lumber Co Barnett Motel Bauman E C J Bauman s Super Market Beard Dr Oley Bec R C Bennett s Federated Store Blanchard Fred Boyd and Tnppnt Boyer C D Brntann s Beauty and Barber Shop Brntann s Garage Brown and Chambers Grocery Brown Dr John Thomas Brown Mrs Lucnlle Brown O Brown Rute Cameron Lumber Co Campbell Mrs Leoma Cnnderella Beauty Shop Cnty Cab Cnty Cafe Cnty Drug Store Clawson .lan Communnty Publnc Servace Cook s Laundry Coryell County Cotton Onl Mnll Coryell County News Coryell Memornal Hospntal Cozy Cafe Crawford C C and Son CGroceryD Cross R B Culbert Bnll Curry Grocery Danry Queen Dannels Produce Dansby C T Davndson lnsurance Davns H B CVarrety Storeb Delux Cleaners Dnxne Servnce Statnon Drake s Furnnture Store Dyer Ray Elns A W Erwnn Feed Mnll Farmers Mutual Fnre Assocnatnon Frrst Baptnst Church Fnrst Natnonal Bank Flentge Ed CDrug Storej Flentge Harry Foote Ted Foster Drug Store Fowler Mrs O L Frank s Watch Repanr Freemans Prnntnng Plant Freeman Tom Galey Lumber Co Gatesvnlle Chamber of Commerce Gatesvnlle Commnssnon Co Gatesvnlle Drug :tore nt wouldnt be CYESCSHL' Gatesvnlle Fabrnc Shop Gatesvnlle Gnn Company Gatesvnlle lmplement Co Gatesvnlle Messenger Gatesvnlle Seat Cover and Canva Shop Gatesvnlle Seed Company Gatesvnlle Steam Laundry Gnll s Ice Cream Parlor Glover s Cleaners Gordon and Ashcraft Graham Lumber Co Graves Flornst Shop Guaranty Bank and Trust Co Hanr Barber Shop Hale Seed Co Hanna Joe and Son Hayes W E Haynes Zonnell Healer Servnce Statnon Henson Dub CHumble Statronj Hx O N Hnx W T Hollnngsworth Mnll The student body of Gatesvnlle vantage of thns small space to ex to the Boosters of the T953 ure house of memornes for nts wnthout the Boosters fnnancnal hardly begnns to pay forthe many tore the members of the Crescent men of Gatesvnlle for fnnancnal and respond wnth true Texas generos the fnnancnal boost nt needed ' I r . ,- . k,.. 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