Gatesville High School - Crescent Yearbook (Gatesville, TX)

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'tg W'w-."-y'.,,,,.- A K THE GYM regularly goes from one ex- treme to the other-from the noise of running feet and excited shouts of spectators and students to the com- plete desertion of after-school hours. in THE HOMEMAKING LAB welcomes those who wish to prepare themselves for the building ot future homes. 5 EDITOR'S MESSAGE Here are The grand days filled wiTh work, pleasures, and new ex- periences, In This The 1956 CrescenT, we, The CrescenT STaTT, have Tried To "Guide You on a Tour of G H S The sTaTT has had many laughs sorrows and loys while compiling your yearbook yeT These have only added To The roy of seeing you pleased wiTh This your 1956 CrescenT IT is hard To Try To place a year s good Times in one book yeT w1Th every eTTorT we have Tried To saTisTy each oT you Many years from now when The sTudenTs look back on This year wiTh deep sinceriTy we will be proud of This school The good Times will long be remem bered by each of The classmaTes May This book serve as a guide of The friends you had in 1956 and may iT be The book which will capTure your hearTs Myjamf xwW fi-.wr ,T 5'-x fb!XN., Z H, l llaahifl . pfqlligjll Xe l l xv' Rl... lnqnlll 44.5 1 Q I X " RN X 'X . . ,, I I . 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Her loyalfy 'lo high ideals, her9sinceril'yg her lhoughi- ful consideraiion of our problerhsfv her lireless Vefforis fo malze our school days happier have given proof of her failhfulnessffo us as a sponsor, ieacher, and guide. Because of ihese hails, and many oiher admirable is a privilege and a pleasure +o dedi- cale Crescenf, ro Mrs. Oran D. Bales. ,ae s. me if "rg gxifs .ga M3 H, '25-s. , , 11. ga V ' ex, 9 . 1 ,JA , Eg " 'E . .1w,A QA? f..., 4- . 4, VR if- EF: 'f,G,, K I ,X Q ' :wif - a 4 This dedlcahon was placed un lhls i956 Crescenf wufhoui the knowledge of our sponsor, Mrs. Oran D. Bafes. ' -Q- A .I 'Q THIS IS GHS September furst and all the sun tanned faces of the sum mer return once agaln to the education and learning re studyung but we all know that our short laved vacation IS over Attending the fnrst general assembly all the stu dents eagerly antncupate the commg actnvntles of the new school year D 0 0 ceived at G.H.S. It takes time to settle down to serious . . PARADES . . PEP RALLIES Eleven in the morning finds the G.H.S. Band lined up and ready to march downtown to promote school and town spirit before a Friday night foot- ball game. Whether it is cloudy or sunny, the school, led by the cheerleaders, yell for our football team. These outdoor pep rallies were held in the morning, and the "Big Pep Rally" with skits and all was held later in the afternoon. For lter urttiring effort to support the foot- ball team and keep the school spirit up, the Student Council and the Cheerleaders elect- ed Sue Taylor as "Miss Flame of l955." .44 t 6 Q . sKlTs . . . DANCES . . BANQUETS The modern day dance is demonstrated by a few "hep-cats" of the Pep Squad . . . The long awaited day arrives at last-Our Senior Rings! Western Day, sponsored by the Stu- dent Council, brings out the "Cowboy" in Gatesville . . . At our first pep rally, the Hornets plan to tangle with the Killeen 'Roos . . . The punch bowl seerns to be the favor- ite spot at the F.H.A. dance. I2 LA X ""' o wevtff .'s'4's'.S'a"n'u'i'0:',':'f'uf-'v'v'0'f t: ,U San s in -nn SSN-'n ow ,' funn ,x ,.,.v.,. .Q 4.3 . 4. o A o 4 's'n's:a'nfx:a 0 ' ' 'Ju' 4 s 1 1 wk X 5 K Y 1 u x iii, S 4 2+ S' 7", Robert, Jerry, Linda, and Catherine send us home for the Thanksgiving holidays with a song . . . The big night! Eddie proudly ac- cepts his football jacket from Coach Sweet . . . Catherine presents Walter as F.H.A. Beau at their annual formal dance . . . lt's all in the life of the members of the Library Club . . . another initiation. I3 I Left to right: Jim Erwin, J. T. Davidson, Bill Smith, O. N. Hix, President, R. D. Foster, Vice President, John Frank Post, Secretary, Dr. T. R. Williams, L. C. McKar-nie. SCHOOL BOARD ACCEPTS BIDS FOR NEW BUILDING The Gatesville Board of Education is made up of seven conscientious, public- spirited citizens who give unselfishly ot their time to the direction of school affairs. A large amount of the credit for our good schools belongs to them. We are proud ot them, of our schools, and of the work that they do. MR. L. C. MCKAMIE B.S., University of Texas M.A., Baylor University Graduate School University of Texas Superintendent of Gatesville Public Schools TO THE STUDENT BODY: Memories we make during the formative years of our lives become precious possessions providing we have lived with faith and under- standing. The student body of Gatesville is to be commended for its attitude and high ideals for living. It has been my privilege to share with you the ambitions, aspirations and dreams of the future. So long as we have the high type of young men and women as you have been, we need not fear the future for you or America. May this book help to keep alive the memories of your high school days. Sincerely yours, 0 ' I L. C. MCKAMIE, Superintendent Q 4 My pw V in 1' -1 'Q ff I 'I A x", f , . -I 65 in at , 6 'W . f - 1 - 'ffms ww im 1: , B' E E. lp ., 4 F' 'ka ' " ,V ... 1 A if 1 . ,. ,4.. .,,,., . L L X . . : f.-Jggfejg, - 9. S- xE,,B3Q,-- .iff-,Q sz 1, '-v - L if .Q f N 19:4-zefqg ' W I ' ' Q f Q 'sr R L Q Q .- KL T ' K' 73", is wa - Q s - is W. r K . mis :fa fit? - Q , Q X , ' A : , farm fa' ' ' . V, . , L' ,,.....--- ,QAWLR1 4591.-unsung. l H uh i -3 a C 4 J 391 Q 5 Y .vm I9 0 MR. JOE GRANTHAM B.S., Hardin Simmons Band Director, Senior Chorus, Junior Spon- sor. MR. CURTIS HINES B.S., Midwestern University Social Studies, Assist- ant Coach, Sopho- more Sponsor. MRS. MARSHALL KING M.S., Baylor Homemaking, Junior Sponsor. 20 la MRS. CARL EUBANKS M.A., Baylor Junior High Librarian, Seventh Grade Spon- sor. MISS MAMIE SUE HALBROOK George Peabody M.A. Reading and Spell- ing, Spanish II, Jun- ior High Chorus, Sev- enth Grade Sponsor. MISS LOUISE HALL M.A., Baylor English IV, Senior Play, Senior Sponsor. MRS. LILA HOLMES M.A., Baylor Mathematics, Junior High Tennis, Eighth Grade Sponsor. MRS. FRANK JONES M.A., Baylor Social Studies, Eighth Grade Sponsor. MRS. NERINE KINSEY B.S., T.S.C.W. H o m e Economics, Senior Sponsor. N! . Q Q FROM THE EXPERIENCE MR. SAM L. ADAMS M.E.D., A8.M Agriculture, Senior Sponsor. MRS. CLYDE BAILEY B.A., T.S.C.W. Librarian. MRS. ORAN D. BATES B.A., Sam Houston English III, Crescent Sponsor, Junior Spon- SOI'. MR. T. W. BRUMBALOW M.A., Texas Junior Business. MR. MARTIN D. CLARY AB., Daniel Baker Reading, Spelling, General Sc i e n ce, Ninth Grade Sponsor. MRS. CLOYCE DUNCAN B.S., S.VV.T.T.C. Social Studies, Sev- enth Grade Sponsor. 'av . MRS. SAM L. ADAMS B.A., Trinity English I, Ninth Grade Sponsor. MRC. D. BOYER M.S., Baylor Mathematics, Ninth Grade Sponsor. MR. WALTER DITTMAR B.A., S.W,T.T.C. Mathematics, S e v- enth Grade Sponsor. 'vm ii ,gifgznffl in 3 M3145 il f I pm' , In-.-. 7, Us 1 , .. 'NX if 1 V7 If Q 1 v 'Wi 'sl . N gy ww 4 J -,ix 4. lf' , 3, ,f I ai 'E H 1 y af, 1 A ,gift wy ' 'hw , '-Wh X:-af: 125 WK! mf 5543 fx ,114 1 . A ,ar I V4 SENIORS PRES Don Russell ENT THE Presldenf Nancy SENIOR CLASS GUIDES: 'dent, Dickie Franksg Secretary ' Thompson IR STORY Vice Presi Jamesonp Reporter, Janice 24 SENIOR HEAD GUIDES Mr Prince Mrs Marlin Mrs Kinsey Miss Hall Mr Mitchell Mrs Bailey Mr Adams BARTON, JERRY Quiet, but he's always there Ready and willing ro do his share. Charter Member, District Junior Tennis Meet 54, Coronation Duke 54, Baseball 55, Basketball 55, 56, Junior High Ten- nis Club 53, Radio Club 56, Attendance Award 53, 54, 55. BARTON, JIMMY DAN No use to look at him and sigh, Dame Rumor says he's an engaged guy. Charter Member, FFA 53, 54, 56, FFA Officer 54, 56, Class Favorite 55, Junior High Football 53, Football 54, 55, Foot- ball Captain 55, Baseball 54, 55. BERRY, JIM ED Jolly and friendly, medium in height, Never extreme, but always just right. Charter Member, FFA 53, 54, 55, Farm Shop 56, Football 54. BLANCHARD, ROBERT Oh, what a voice, gee, what a grin! Boys like him are sure to win. Seminole 50, Band 53, 54, 55, 56, Senior Chorus 54, 55, Senior Chorus Officer 54, 55, Orchestra 52, 53, 54, Band Follies 53, 54, 55, Attendance Award 55, Band Officer 53. BOND, DOYLE A smiling face and a hearty' hand, He's one we like and understand. Mt. Pleasant 53, Attendance Award 54, Track 55, 56, Runner-Up for Who's Who 56. BONE, CARL Easy come, easy go, Bur a real guy as we all know. Arnett 52, FFA 53, 54, 55, Basketball 53, 54, 55, 56, Baseball 55, Track 56. AS THEY BROWN, CATHERINE With courtesy, a charmed art, She wins every person's heart. Charter Member, Junior High Head Cheer- leader 53, Junior High Tennis Club 53, Junior High Dramatics Club 53, Junior High Library Club 53, High School Band 53, 54, 55, 56, FHA 53, 54, 55, 56, FHA Officer 54, 55, 56, Coronation Duchess 54, Orchestra 55, Bourbon Street Five 54, 55, Press Club 55, 56, Student Council 54, 56, Junior Class Officer 55, Drum Maior 56. BRYANT, FRANCES Remember well and bear in mind, That a true friend is hard to find. Goldthwaite 56, Junior High Dramatics Club 53, Junior High Pep Squad 52, FHA 53, 54, Pep Squad 53, 54, Radio Club 55, 56. BURT, BETH Energetic, studies hard, Beth's also a "bang up" guard. Mountain 53, Junior High Pep Squad 53, Press Club 54, 55, 56, FHA 53, 54, 56, Basketball 54, 55, 56, Volleyball 54, 55, Softball 53, 54, Attendance Award 54. BURT, LINDA There is no one so true, She'cl be a good friend for you. Mountain 52, FHA 53, 54, 56, Basketball 54, Volleyball 52, 53, 54, 55, Softball 52, 53, 54, 55. CALDWELL, PHYLLIS Learned, faithful, gay, She just always has something to say. Charter Member, Junior High Library Club 53, Junior High Dramatics Club 53, Jun- ior High Pep Squad 53, Pep Squad 54, 55, FHA 53, 54, 55, Layout Editor of Yearbook 56, Annual Staff 56, Junior Degree 54, Radio Club 56, Runner-Up Who's Who 56. CHAMLEE, JAMES A happy grin and a friendly face, l'm sure he has a special place. Charter Member, One-Act Play 54, Radio Club 55, Senior Chorus 55, Press Club 55, 56, Track 55, 56. FONDLY REMINISCE CLEMENT, CATHERINE Intelligent and also fair, She has a musical air. Mound 535 Chorus 53, 54, 55, 565 Junior High Drarnatics Club 535 Coronation Duch- ess 535 FHA 53, 54, 555 District FHA Officer 545 Press Club 54, 55, 565 Junior Class Officer 555 Spanish Club 55, 565 Student Council 55, 565 Radio Club 565 Band 565 Who's Who 56. COHAGAN, HAROLD Harold, who is a whiz with that football, ls not so short, but Oh! So tall! Leon Junction 475 Football 53, 54, 555 Basketball Manager 535 FFA 54, 565 Greenhand Farm Skills Team 545 Track Manager 53. CURRY, JAMES Determined to succeed5 A real friend indeed. Charter Member5 Football 52, 535 Junior High Tennis Club President 535 Corona- tion Duke 535 Junior High Dramatics Club 535 FFA 53, 545 Basketball 53, 545 Track 53, 545 Baseball 54, 555 FFA Officer 565 Shop 56. DAVI DSON, LAVETTA NELL A one more loyal is hard to find, Attentive, too, is our Lavetta's mind, Charter Member5 Junior High Pep Squad 535 FHA 53, 545 Attendance Award 545 High School Pep Squad 54, 55, 56, DAVIS, BRENTS With a nice smile, He never wastes the while. Charter Member5 Photo Club 535 Junior High Dramatics Club 535 Band 54, 55, 565 Annual Staff 55, 56, DAVIS, LESLIE A good manager and friend, He shows his very gay trend. Waco Tech 535 Junior High Tennis Club 535 FFA 53, 54, 55, 565 Radio Broad- casting Team, Second Place in State 545 Attendance Award 545 Football 545 Bas- ketball Manager 545 Track 55, 565 Base ketball 565 Radio Club 555 District Track Meet 55, 56. 1- YF' .-AR fp. f H52 J. af: A 'f iiitiw i Ri' 5,-:fi '.T"i". ag 5f"v2R,xf, 13, , f 1- LQQwK.,,g,qf5 4 Q , 'Ma M .fn 5m..f,x wma . K arg. Q31 i mm, , Q 1 59? PARTIES, DANCES, DYER, BOBBY If you raise cattle for a hobby, You will win just like Bobby. Purmela 52, Football 55. DYESS, LINDA GAYLE We are cheerful and always there When Linda sings the music's air. Austin 49, Junior High Library Club 53, Junior High Dramatics Club 53, Band 53, 54, 55, 56, FHA 53, 54, 55, 56: FHA Officer 54, Honor Student 54, Senior Chorus 54, 55, 56, Region lll Band 54, 55, Press Club 55, 56, Radio Club 55, 56, Jazz Band 55, History Award 55, Honor Student 55, Spanish Club 55, 56, FTA 55, 56, FTA President 55, 56, Band Follies 53, 54, 55, 56, Speech 56, Who's Who 56. EVETTS, CARROL WAYNE He is a good guy, That could have a girl if he'd try. Pidcoke 46, FFA 53, 54, Track 53. FARRAR, MARTHA Luck girl with all the breaks, She's got just what it takes. Leon Junction 53, FHA 53, 54, Pep Squad 53, 54, 55, 56, Softball 53, Volleyball 53, Coronation Duchess 54, Press Club 55, 56, Student Council Representative 55, Reporter of Student Council 55, FFA Sweetheart 56, Runner-Up for Who's Who 56. FRANKS, DICKIE He is capable and valiant, And he's also very gallant. Charter Member, Junior High Tennis 53, Junior High Dramatics 53, FFA 53, 54, 56, Class President 53, Carnival Duke 53, Football 53, 54, 55, 56, Track 54, 55, Class Vice President 54, Annual Staff 54, 55, 56, FFA Officer 54, Student Coun- cil 56, President of Student Council 56, Class Vice President 56, Best All-Round 56. FuLToN, JOHN One of the best halfbacks in the state, In other sports he is really first rate. Lampasas 53, Junior High Basketball 53, Junior High Track 53, Press Club 54, 55, 56, FFA 54, 55, FFA Officer 54, 55, Football 53, 54, 55, Most Valuable Foot- ball Back 54, 55, Track 54, 55, 56, District Track Meet 55. "S :QR .lv . A 24 X . si STEADI ES, GIEBLER, ROLAND A person's friend True to the very end. Coryell City 49, FFA 54, 56, FFA Green- hand Skills Team 54. GLASS, DAvin Dark complexion and wavy hair, lf there's excitement, he'lI be there. Charter Member, Freshman Class Officer 53, Coronation Duke 53, Sophomore Class Officer 54, Senior Chorus 53, 54, FFA 54, 55, Football 53, 54, Basketball 53, 54, 55, 56, Baseball 53, 54, 55, 56, Tennis 53, 54, 55, 56. GOHLKE, ROBERT Robert was a quiet lad. He was never, never bad. Coryell City 50, FFA 52, 53, 54, 55, 56. HEALER, JLMMY The boy with freckles and pretty red hair, Fond of the seniors with never a care. Lampasas 52, Junior High Tennis Club 53, Junior Doubles District Tennis Champ 54, FFA 56, Freshman Class Favorite 53, Press Club 55, 56, Football Manager 55, Attendance Award 54- HENSLER, PAUL A boy with a very great sense of humor, A friend worth meeting, and this is no rumor. Charter Member, Junior High Tennis Club 53, Junior High Dramatics Club 53, Band 53, 55, 56, Chorus 55, 56, Radio Club 55, 56, One-Act Play 54. HENSON, RITA Dark hair, good looks, She's also smart in her books. Charter Member, Junior High Pep Squad 53, Junior High Tennis Club Officer 53, Coronation Duchess 53, Junior High Library Club Officer 53, Pep Squad 54, 55, 56, Dramatics Club 53, FHA 53, 54, FHA Officer 54, Library Club Officer 55, Student Council 55, Student Council Offi- cer 55, Who's Who Runner-Up 56. HOMECOMI NG, PLAYS, HoDoE, DoN That mighty gridiron hero ls powerful just like Nero. Mound 525 Football 52, 53, 54, 555 Track 53, 54, 555 FFA 555 FFA Greenhand Skills Team 555 Volleyball 55, 56, HOMAN, CYNTHIA With plans and dreams She shyly schemes. Charter Member5 Junior High Library Club 535 Junior High Drarnatics Club 535 High School Pep Squad 53, 54, 55, 565 Home- making 53, 54, 55, 565 Press Club 55, 56, HURLEY, DIANNE She is a cheerleader so sweet, Pretty with a smile that's hard to beat. Okinawa American High School 545 Stu- dent Council 555 Junior Favorite 555 Pep Squad 55, 565 Annual Staff 565 Sports Editor 565 Vice President Spanish Club 565 District Typing Contest 555 FTA 565 Cheerleader 56. JAMESON, NANCY Neat appearing and so precise, Better couldn't be bought at any price. Pickens, South Carolina 485 Junior High Library Club 535 Junior High Dramatics Club 535 FHA 53, 545 Press Club 53, 54, 55, 565 Coronation Duchess 545 Pep Squad 54, 55, 565 News Editor 555 Senior Chorus 555 Class Officer 565 Circulation Editor 565 Who's Who 56. JONES, DAVID LLOYD When studies are in an uproar, It's only David once more. Charter Member5 FFA 535 Junior High Tennis Club 535 Junior High Dramatics Club 535 Football 525 Coronation Duke 535 Baseball 54, 555 Football 53, 54, 555 Basketball 565 Annual Staff 55, 565 Stu- dent Council Representative 555 Most Valuable Lineman 55. JONES, RAYMOND Mischief, nonsense are at hand5 Humor is always in his command. Charter Member5 Junior High Tennis Club 535 Junior High Football 525 Junior High Basketball 535 FFA 53, 545 Shop 565 FFA Officer 565 Football 53, 54, 555 Basket- ball 55, 565 Baseball 54, 55. 13. fm: r A AN? 3.52 0 A5315 , 'fwfr'-V. ,153-5-Q-4, 'ff '.,'frV'm v' A ,pf AM, ' 'nn-A, ' " xiiinj gh 32' 'v gin 'aw-M',.' , ,QQ-4x M y X 1 33 THEY SPENT MAYBERRY, NANNIE MAE With friendliness she walks hand in hand, For her there are many great things planned. Purmela 535 FHA 53, 545 Junior Home- making Degree 535 Attendancf Award 53, 545 Annual Staff 565 Runner-Up for Who's Who 56. MOHLER, BOBBIE Small and quiet as everyone can see, Someday a good secretary she'll be. Charter Member5 Junior High Library Club 535 Junior High Dramatics Club 535 Jun- ior High Pep Squad 535 High School Library Club 54, 55, 565 Spanish Club 53, 545 High School Pep Squad 54, 555 Radio Club 565 Attendance Award 53, 54, 555 Honor Award 53, 545 Student Council 535 Speech 565 Runner-Up for Who's Who 56. Mooov, CARL Laughing, joking, all the time, Carl now is in his prime. La Vega 515 Junior High Dramatics Club 525 One-Act Play 525 Band Follies 545 Radio Club 54, 555 Senior Chorus 54, 55, 565 Senior Chorus Officer 56. MOSELEY, ELDON When there's a big task to do, Depend on Eldon to see it through. Charter Member5 Band 535 Press Club 53, 54, 55, 565 Coronation Duke 545 Football 545 District Greenhand Chapter Conducting Sentinel 545 FFA 54, 55, 565 Greenhand Dairy Judging Team 545 Bas- ketball 55, 565 Track 55, 565 FFA Offi- cer 56. NESBITT, NANCY Cute, vivacious, lively step, Nancy's got so very much pep. Charter Member5 Junior High Tennis Club 535 Junior High Library Club 535 Junior High Pep Squad 535 Junior High Dra- matics Club 535 Attendance Award 535 Band 53, 54, 55, 565 FHA 535 Annual Staff 54, 55, 565 Editor of Annual 56. NEUMAN, JERRY He is indeed a pal worth having, He does the listening while others are gabbing. Coryell City 495 FFA 53, 54, 56. THEIR LAST YEAR PEARCE, WAYNE When the teachers away, Wayne doesnt always play. Charter Member, Press Club 54, 55, 56: Agriculture 55, 56, Attendance Award 54, 55, Coronation 53, 54. PERRYMAN, MARGARET LYNN lf any noise you should hear, Margaret is always somewhere near. Harmon 49, Citizenship Club 53, Student Council 54, Drarnatics Club 53, Press Club 54, 55, 56, Special Feature Editor 55, 56, Basketball 53, 54, FHA 54, Junior High Pep Squad 54, Junior High Cheerleader 53, Pep Squad 54, 55, 56, Cheerleader 56, Coronation Duchess 53, Radio Club 56, Class Officer 54, Football Sweet- heart 55. POSTON, MIKE NELL Being loyal and so sweet, Knowing Mike is truly a treat. Charter Member, Junior High Library 53, Basketball 53, 54, FHA 54, Pep Squad 53, 54. Potts, PAT A sense of humor and brains has she, With a smile that is really something to see. Charter Member, Junior High Library Club 53, Junior High Tennis Club 53, Press Club 53, 54, 55, 56, Artist 53, 54, 55, 56, Pep Squad 53, 54, Senior Chorus 54, 55, FHA Officer 55, FHA Junior and Chapter Degree 56, FHA Representative to State Meet 53, Band 55, 56, Radio Club 56, Speech 56, Runner-Up for Who's Who 56, POWELL, NOAH lf it's fun and a good friend you're after, Around him there is always laughter. Charter Member, Agriculture 52, Basket- ball 55, 56, Track 55, Perfect Attendance Award 55, Shop 56, POWELL, ZANA Zana has a gentle smile, That chases gloom a million miles. Charter Member, Junior High Pep Squad 53, Junior High Dramatics Club 53, Jun- ior High Dramatics Club Officer 53, Jun- ior High Library Club Officer 53, Library Club 54, 55, FHA 53, 54, Junior High Tennis Club 53, Radio Club 55, 56, Pep Squad 54, 55, 56, Runner-Up for Who's Who 56, Q 2 'J v'Q?9',l Ai -f9zf4s1im9+ ri w'E'?42f ff Z -,WJ ,yw ' emit! A gm 7 W-lyk' M Q, 41' W -'T W-i"iJ'w mf , A3 Q + 4 W, , ,ai gg- , y , MQ A , yi, .M fxfp,'f:'?"j 'if ,.,. :a,.....'P .., , 4 Mwp . 'gf fffv 1 y k,x4 I kkry , f ,A 1 ff 5 .-Qi-Qi: 'V TW ,- yxg' x' I, J b 4 ,ig : I ,, , , If ,1 3 f, ff f . NA.. - ,Q .-Q. umm 1 . 37 PREPARING SHERIDAN, NITA Any service she would do, A gentle friend, tried and true. Charter Member, FHA 53, 54, 55, 56, Junior Degree 53, Declamation 53, Bas- ketball 54, 55, Volleyball 55. SHERWOOD, LENROY Happy, friendly, and solid as a boulder, He's still got that block for a shoulder. Charter Member, Football 54, FFA 55, 56. SIMS, CLAUDELIA A studious girl with lots of ambition, She'll succeed under any condition, Charter Member, Dramatics Club 53, Li- brary Club Officer 53, Junior High Tennis Club Officer 53, Pep Squad 53, 54, 55, FHA 53, 54, 56, Voting Delegate at State FHA Meeting 53, Radio Club 55, Press Club 55, 56, Joke Editor of Press Club 55, News Editor of Press Club 56, Student Council 56, Student Council Officer 56, Who's Who 56. SMITH, BILLIE DEAN Busy ever finds Billie Dean, Studying is her routine. Pidcoke 44, Junior High Library 53, Junior High Dramatics Club 53, Junior High Pep Squad 53, FHA 53, 56, Band 53, 54, 55, 56, Band Follies 55, Assistant Editor of Hornet's Nest 56, Best All-Round Runner- Up 56. SMITH, BOBBIE Friendliness in her eye Bobbie wins honors high. Pidcoke 44, Junior High Library 53, Junior High Drarnatics 53, FHA 53, Annual Staff 55, 56, Band Follies 54, 55, Band Sweetheart 55, Band Officer 56, Student Council Representative 56, Feature Editor of Yearbook 56, Homecoming Queen 56. SMITH, HARVEY Harvey Smith will do his bit, But had much rather quietly sit. Leon Junction 53, FFA 53, 54, 55, 56. Q, L A rest of some kind is the usual scene in Miss Hall's English Classes. V WITTIE, CARROL ANN Carrol Ann goes all the day long Wirh a very joyful song. Mountain 53. AND WlLKnNs, BARBARA Confeni, pleasant, and gay, She quierly winds her way. Flat 50, Junior High Dramafics 52, 53 Pep Squad 53, 54, 557 FHA 53, 54 ,55 FHA OfflCer 52, 53. WILLIAMS, SARAH Personality sums up Sarah Ann, Here and there she goes again. Pangburn, Arkansas, FHA 55, 56. BOOKKEEPING is a class for those who are interested in business. It teaches the fundamental facts of general busi- ness techniques. Anticipating tor the big moment, the '56 Seniors are trying on their caps and gowns, which will be worn by 95 students in May. TYPING II, a new course in High School, is very popular with the stu- dents. It covers a wide-spread field of business. Shorthand attracts the business-mind- ed student who is training for a sec- retarial iob. At the moment, the stu- dents are taking dictation. FINALLY GRADUATION Y' J V .': - 39: FV? x ,V ., at 1? f "wi C i JUNIORS HIGHLIG DES President Billy Mc JUNIOR CLASS GUI 1 Cutcheng Vice President, David Hurleyg Secretary Mary Catherine MitcheIIg Reporter, Joyce Rogers HTS INCLUDE 44 HEAD GUIDES Mr Grantham Mr h Mrs Milner JUNIOR Sweet Mr Warren Mrs Wrigt Mrs Bates Mrs King Arnent, Kay Asher, Elaine Balze, Donald Bartlett, Wanda Barnhill, Carl Barton, Billy Barton, Charles Ray Baugh, Janette Beck, Sandra Berry, Joe Dean Blanchard, Barbara Blanchard, Nancy Darllne aff ., C fl 3 'Y' i PN ?N Qtg Q- 1 1 Us f if B 1,5 4 fl 15 'pup X 15' A F r 6 l 1? K' S 5-. l x LONG HOUR Bratfon, Charles Brookshire, Mary Lou Brown, Billy Carl Brown, Catherine Lee Bryant, Patsy Bush, Bobby Carothers, Sarah Chambers, Bob Creacy, Carolyn Crosby, Janell Culberson, Sarah Cummings, Fayrene T CONCESSION STANDS Dorsey, Dorothy Nell Faubion, Wanda Elaine Featherston, Raybern Fisher, Linda Jean Forrest, Amelia Gauer, Bobbie Helen Graham, Glen Hitt, Faye Hix, Janis Hurley, David Keele, Duane Landry, Douglas Xe ar L. W, ll Z' E. 3, H ,E 15 3' N1 -1 '50 El, AND UNDI FOR JU Lively, Bobby Love, Lynda McCutchen, Billy Mannering, Joyce Meharg, Bob Mitchell, Mary Catherine Moehring, Glenn Mueller, Nancy Necessary, Helen Painter, Nancy Pate, Kenneth Pendleton, Sarnmie LOSED PLANS OR SENIOR BANQUET Powell, Charley Powell, James Price, Jerry Bob Richter, Bobby Rogers, Joyce Rose, Jimmy Scott, Don na Lou Shelton, Gean Sims, Charlotte Steward, Lynita Swift, Kenneth Taylor, Sue 1 , Q' l 5 IU' 'ai 1 I THEY LOOKED Tubbs, Francis Vernon, Lavillas Vick, Nan Walters, Lois Ward, Barbara Warren, Annie White, Loye Wiggins, Jonnie Wilie, Lenora Williarns, Jo Marion Williamson, Faye Wolfe, Glenda FORWARD TO BEING SENIORS Wolfe, Jerry Wolfe, Kenneth Don Ziegler, Barbara Electing class favorites is an irnportant function of the Junior class. ff I qv' l 1 4 't' r lil. A x X---r Mrs. Place assists her Junior students in gaining speed and accuracy in their typing. 99- 6115 has fo fur? 5 ., , 'M 5 Q R iAMw.fasS .XX + SSW: ugwn-fw PN Nur' if f Mtn-nfQ "L-fi! 36,5633 i , .5-F31-.,..L-.'4 MA gf, "::m,+ ,-4 A , ff fl fv - fm-.v....X J E "V, 1 1 ' - , -, 35. -K ML ,sf A I Af., , J --5 5 gg - ,Q 1, 7 . s7",liy 2 E , . ,W - 2 , t 1 ' TWO DOWN TWO TO GO SOPHOMORE CLASS GUIDES President Lynn Turnerg Vice President, Billy Don Shirley Secre tary, Doris Donaldson- Reporter Carol Burchett l' l' l l? 54 IDES Mr SOPHOMORE HEAD GU Hines Mrs Whitt Mr Sanders Smith, M Altum, Johnny Barnard, Bobby Barton, Virginia Blanchard, Patsy Brirn, Henry D. Burcheti, Carol Burt, Bill Burt, Jerrie Carroll, Cynthia Chambers, Bonnie Chambers, Dolliva Ann Cohagan, Frances Culp, Floyd Day, Don Diserens,JeaneT1e C-'11 3 1 'Wx ag 1 Q 0 Wu wi , Q rug IGN -9" , T""9 in-nf I 9 'm 1 Q'g 'l i AS SOPHCMORE Donaldson, Doris Dyer, Joyce Feafhersfon, Jackie Frye, Bruce Gallaway, Wilbur Glass, Donald Graham, Linda Hale, Carrie Lou Hancock, Linda Harrington, Helen Hayes, Norma Jean Herring, John William Hollingsworth, Charles Huckabee, Gerry Ruth Huckabee, James Michael 4 0 I' P' 1""'V ? Y - I va THEY EXPERIENC Massingill, Sybil Mitchell, William Moehlman, Claude K. Mohler, Claudette Moore, Lloyd Morgan, Travis Morse, .lack W. Ortega, Jesse Patterson, Mary Lou Powell, Barbara Rainer, Donna Rattan, Clark Richter, Orvilea Riley, Jim Ed Russell, Addie Faye ANY "Fl RSTS" Schitoskey, Frank Sercey, Bobbie Shirley, Billy Don Shirley, Gayle Sims, Joe Sims, Loraine Thedford, Avis Turner, Lynn Veazey, Kenneth Voss, Gary Wadkins, Donald Walters, Joe Washburn, Beverly Weatherby, Danny Weaver, Jerry Q' jv Mr. Smith explains a ge- netics problem to his Biolo- gy students. Wilson, Ben Ed Woodson, Bill Ben AS TH EY LOOK FORWARD White, Phillip Wilie, Robbie Williams, Wilma Wright, Barbara Ann Wymer, Sammy Williams, Charles Lee Q .5 2, P . , , 1..-,-5, .. , A--. r- . -4 if4E99"15?3?5E.122f3ii! 1252 -' 'fri , 'N 1 ,5f5ii!ml '1 Ma.-,. UA .. , M- ,:.rf,.e ' Vw-V" . ..-. , . -, "?.fgS. ,,.-Y1f'- 'A ' f- -wwf: :rfm2.5ff"" L , Vs Q' ..i,.. 'GMS-v ff " vi All, Y, ' A 'Na' 'w i . - ,, ,.'f, f545?ai,,wf1.1 'ff rm ' ' " 'Y Q 5 'I f ,fix l I W fe ,Q Yay, fx 3 . ! 4 ,galha Q ""n ,Ai 'if Q n 'EK . xlv' H X' 1 lei E ..x, UL. bl n-HQ N iq A Nl' A ZEST FOR WORK AND FUN FRESHMAN CLASS GUIDES President Jack Mc Lean Vice President Allce Ann McCIendon Sec retary Linda McCaIIusTer Deporfer Joe Dan Wo Th r mgton l FRESHMAN HEAD GUIDES Mr Boyer, Mrs Adams, Mr Clary, Mr Brumbalow V ' I S' I f Wo I J - , if Iv' - ! A - - Anderson, Garland Bagwell, Warren Bankhead, Jackie Barnard, Mary Ann Barr, Mary Barron, Billy Paul Bass, Betty Ann Bates, David Bates, Roger Bates, Rosemary Baugh, Jerry Bell, Robert Benner, Myrtle Benningfield, Laurita Berry, Bonnie Bertrand, Rhonda Kay Brallon, Barbara Britain, Sue Brown, Bob Brown, Mabel f N 3 sw! il ww i 1 v- K' CHARACTERIZE Browning, Linda Byrom, Wendell Carroll, Billy Cathy, Robert Cato, Edward Chambers, Jerry Claxton, Richard Cohagan, Patsy Cole, John Conway, Prentice Culberson, Margaret Cunningham, Linda De Lord, Robert Dreyer, Kermit Dreyer, Larry Dunn, Caroline Dysinger, Sammy Jo Evetts, Bobby Faubion, Wayne Featberston, Barbara HESE FRESHMEN Featherston, Nancy Ford, Morris Franks, Jerry Franks, Johnny Freeman, Melvin Foster, Annette Gilbreath, Ruth Hale, Robert Hardie, Jimmie Hartis, Donald Wayne Hinesley, Betty Hitt, Johnnie Hodges, Dean Hopson, Pat Howell, Judy Ingram, Charles Johnson, Suzanne Jones, Gene Jones, Linda Jones, Mat W1 A , !' Z 7 +P . , i EAR IRST YEAR Morina, Gloria Murray, Barbara Necessary, Janell Nokes, James Nolte, Betty Patterson, Patricia Perkins, Jerry !,7M5c 37 f W - L Al .ZIY 'ig,PJc':Jf Elharles Pruitt, Patsy Purdy, Martha Reed, James Reese, Jan Rutherford, Lou Ann Sadler, Bob 1' Schrimsher, Jackie Scott, Rickey Sexton, Billy Carl Smith, Melba Jo 'F W TN gr, X ,bl WW 7 I ix Q.. I iw ff 5 x I a t-fx l Ek 3 if IN SENIOR HIGH Taffinder, Sam Trevvitt, Michael Walsh, Peggy Warren, Rosa Watts, Jerry Wier, Wilma Whaley, Dora Faye Whigham, Dorothy 1. Y Wolfe, Edd Kay Mayes, Bonnie Berry, and Barbara Murray are working hard on their proi- ects in Homemaking. Worthington, Joe Dan ,far ,i,f N " ' Wiggins, Jimmie Williams, Lloyd Winkler, Carolyn Wolfe, Carolyn -3 K , ,Q nw: ll A 'QF 1 K I r' - .Av- ' of 1 9 it 1 F15 ,V 3, 1: K ,-Awe. . v . I K ' . SEV " -'S i I .-5:3 'F 0 'W' fs, 1 8 f' i Yin. ,964 Q , , , - if f"- X I 4,4 ' H - i is x ,CWB Q l - V' 'JN' 5 4.4 if-fi Q ' fi' . .. I is V' J L H - my ia' ' '. 4 1 4 fp 'fx D - ' x ii ,A,? Y ' 1:- l::" 'f' " ,iv H THE EIGHTH GRADERS EIGHTH GRADE GUIDES: President, Jim Mea- dows- Vice President Mack Lee Secretar Vir- I I I Y, ginia Bradford, Reporter, Becky Donaldson. EIGHTH GRADE HEAD GUIDES Mrs Holmes L Mrs.. Jones, Mrs. Meharg, Mrs.: Scott. Arnold, Gene Ayres, Mary Jo Baker, Martha Barton, Nelda Beverly, Lanny Bradford, Virginia Bratton, Billy Brown, Betty Bruton, Sue Bundrant, Bonnie Carter, Claude Clemons, Sammie Jo Cohagan, Billie Coward, Anita Cummings, Jean Cummings, Marvin Davidson, Neill Day, David Denny, Sammy Derrick, Charlotte i .vs .' xl 4- Y 'ev' ,WA ,N i :riff X, Q0 2 .J ko Q 'Hs l"""s 5- ARE PREPARIN Derrick, John Dickie, Jerry Dixon, Jackie Donaldson, Becky Dorsey, Linda Dreyer, James Dyer, Eugene Dyess, Renee Dyson, Jimmy Evefts, Curtis Fernandez, Mary Forrest, Lynn Galbraith, Mary Lyn Gilchrest, Vina Graham, Bobby Graham, Charles Grove, Orvileen Hale, Jeannie Holden, Roy Huckabee, Roger HEMSELVES TO REPLACE Huey, Penny Jones, Frankie Jones, Joe Kellerman, Bonnie Kendrick, Bobby Kerr, Janie Kinsey, Barbara Kocb, Joyce Lary, Raye Lawrence, Sherry Lee, Mack Like, .ludifh Lipsey, Douglas Logan, Billy McBride, Pauline McCoy, Joe McDaniel, Billy McDonald, Gaddy MCG-raw, Bobby McLaughlin, Barbara ,tr 6 s if 00' 't-Q Q4 sz. E-Y' ' x 6 I I-Oak 4'-wr 9. ,I nr.,-0 10 fi '-.1 'Olms- is rw Sn.. 5,1 i THEIR Mack, Margaret Mack, Marvin Mack, Patricia Marlin, Billy Martin, Katie Sue Massingill, Doyle Meadows, Jim Meaut, Berrnond Meeks, Norris Millsap, Peggy Mitchell, Buddy H Nesbitt, Mary Margaret Neuman, Perry Newton, Patsy Noyola, Beatrice Orbeck, Joe Ortega, Henry Pearce, Quinton Post, Terry Powell, David CHOOL IDOLS Price, Shirley Jean Putman, Dickie Rae, Jackie Wayne Rattan, Sam Riley, John Sasse, Joe Schaub, Jimmy Schaub, Mary Margaret I ' . I, K, X , Charles Shirley, Eugene Sims, Calvin Sims, Margie Sims, Pat Sims, Raymond Smith, Carol Smith, Golda Stephens, Walter Summers, Cynthia Towerton, Kaye Voss, Kirby 5 if Q I t X QE' 52-I U 'wr Wi- E' in , 1 I f s 3? ff Zapata Dora Mrs. Scott attempts to instill in her pupils the principles of a good paragraph. AND TO DEVELO INITIATIVE AND LEADERSHIP. Warren, Irona Webb, Rita Kay Weir, Cecil Wehring, Pat White, Jerry White, Phyllis Ann White, Phyllis Jean Williams, Bobby Williams, Dolores Williams, Shirley Winslar, Mary Cath Worthington, Betty erine Junior High study halls are spent reading, studying, and working hard. Invin- ! . Mrs. Meharg is helping her stu- dents to improve their spelling. These students listen attentively as Mrs. Jones explains a history lesson. THE SEVEN TH GRADERS YOU T Davud An SEVENTH GRADE GUIDES. Presuden dersong Vice President, Nancy Brown Secretary S nfordg Reporter, Bob Edwards Judy a ,PW x l l ao NG AN D EAGER X? 513512 'Al ac' 9'l-'i D GUIDES Mr Dlttmar ncan-. SEVENTH GRADE HEA nks Mlss Halbrook Mrs Du Mrs Euba Allen, John Doyle Alton, Charles Anderson, David Baker, Minnie Mae Bales, Charles Barnard, Harold Barnhill, John Bartlett, Ladell Barton, Joe Bates, Charles Bates, Pat Bates, Tommy Benner, Sandra Blackwell, Bette Ann Blanchard, Glenda Blanchard, Harold Blanchard, Peggy Bond, Etta Dean Bond, Eugene Boop, Darlene Brown, Nancy Browning, Edward Bundrant, Bruce Buth, Barbara Butler, Linda Carothers, Joe Carothers, Joyce Childers, Jimmie Q V'-Q L 'ua C . , ti X N X -0- X , YM? 4 , 1 91 V X Tv- l" I Q4 nf fl v 'X l I 44 fl I 'QV 1 IL 'Z A' 4 o G4 3 vv-,. ,I E '53 . l .X. 3 V 3 , K' 54, l ov- ,' .X , 64 ff V I 'P X aiu' A 1 i 'ko Y' S 14611 -I ,-H .1 ti al , if it , f l K 1 ,Q A , :R .4 3571 A A M ' ' LPIKA. ll 'rr Q-J nn' ' 1-mf . x Z' L 3 Fx 'L 'i V 9' I-, F, gg. f . x V f", .ill fl .Av . Y?'7 'N - .93 Ava, AS THEY SHAR OF THEIR Cooper, Belva Creasey, Bill Deatherage, Barbara Deatherage, Leo Denny, Marcia Lynn Dickie, Ted Donaldson, Jerry Dreyer, Janet Kay Duke, Leland Dyson, Jerry Edwards, Bob Fain, Reuben Don Faubion, Christine Faubion, Fredda Featherston, Mary Featherston, Wilma Fisher, Charles Fisher, Jerry Fisher, Ronnie Paul Fore, Steve Forrest, Nathan Franks, Dale Freisch, Connie Giebler, Jerry D. Helm, Virgil Hinsley, Lewis l-lodges, Kent Hott, Vickie HE EXPERIENCES FIRST YEAR Holt, Raymond Holt, Wilma Ingram, Annette Isam, Susie Jacobs, Louise Jageler, Charles Johnson, Troy Jones, Janis Jones, Johnnie Jordan, Linda Kay Kelly, Patsy Kelly, Peggy Koch, Nancy Lam, Jeannette Latham, Joe Banks Lee, Dwain Lee, Jan Lemberg, Jimmy Little, Linda McClellan, Byron Marshall, Glenda Massingill, John Maxwell, Barbara Mayes, Christine Mensch, Dorothy Miller, Jimmy Millsap, Billy Moody, Judy IN JUNIO Mueller, Judy Nausley, Donald New, Floyd Newton, Cecil Newton, Vicki Ochoa, Cleto Ortega, Alonza Painter, Edwin Palmer, Donny Patterson, Dora Jean Pearce, Patsy Ann Pfeffer, James Poe, Linda Poston, Carol Powell, Elmo Powell, Linda Price, S. L. Ramsey, Beth Rauschenburg, Patsy Richter, Jean Richter, Joy Roach, Jackie Rounsavall, Gary Sanford, Judy Santana, Luis Schaub, Edward Schitoskey, Patsy Shoemaker, Billy SCHOOL Simms, Dale Smith, Billy Spencer, Faydene Tabors, Jimmy Tant, Jeannette Taylor, Winifred Thomas, Jackie Kay Tippitt, Jane Veazey, David Voss, Barbara Voss, Linda Sue Wadkins, Jimmy Ward, Betlye Joyce Werner, Janice Wesl, Mimi Kay White, David Wiggins, Charlie A Wilie, Denny Williams, Glen Williams, Patsy Williams, Roy Wolff, Jackie Wolske, Gene Wood, David :S+ Sfop - BEST ALL-ROUND' zna Sfop - HOMECOMING QUEEN ara ' Sfop - FAVORITES 4+h Sfop -SWEETHEARTS AND BEAUX 5+h Sfop - WHO'S WHO Q P f if 9 3, 3? 'gow 14 M n , , ffm-'5 E' My A I pkqi 14,1 A Wffifz' ,F fa wgw w W if viii? F sy Q W r BEST ALL-ROUND MA RVA MCCUTCHEN A 3' x Q ,hi S "Af KW' M fw WW 1 'YNZUW h ,af Amfxff XMZHM yp-Z, My 455s .1 W 'Hi an 4 kgs, y M ,M f ' swf WEN ,- 1, 11 Jer ,FMQ ,f 1,7 kr ' , ' gif! 13 vfflixinif R Yf','f?L, 'f ' ifsxlwf. if 5 iiifwigifiibpz H s M. +4 W Q is ' I A if wi' xQfj. .li Z A Q: 15 9 'N --1 'S A 5-.M --.-v-- aint!" f f 'W' 'iam ,, 1---.,--1 ' - vnu- 4 3. - -9- 411 -disarm -ff' ,M ' If 1 gall , -,, s1n SENIOR FAVORITES f'7"""'D iw -:L ' '-s.., EFELD L 1 .7 A Z- fn ' 'M , 7' R 1 tx f Q I f Eh Q NOE JUNIOR FAVORITES SOPHOMORE FAVORITES .693fJ, a, fp Y A K X fs P' " V' Vsdiffz' fr 1.4: 44? fmigfj' "QD ha? ,L 1, .,.., .W 'S . -W f .f-rf A Qgegv' , V 5 V51 'n i n-1 v ' ' -6'3 fA-7:-f' - A s EIGHTH GRADE FAVCJRITES BECKY DONALDSON fm., Y pf -Q--W , BOBBY KENDRICK SEVENTH GRADE FAVORITES NANCY BROWN 1-4 'ii ITS .st as., 1 1' 1 w b , Fr? . i Q, Q ' n Q - 51. J' ' Y I .. EQ... llls ' f .nfl .ll Q , any . ' . , . X ., . I 1 . -f-' - ' . .' V- A , . If 4. ' X .. . V' ' -' 'f f A .. V Q. Eff: .Z' 3 li' I ' I, A - fz ' :f E ' ' " " ' ...I A , tml., . -.H L., 5,114 lghziiggi' ...... E . E5-41:11---Q.. ., '::' 1 - . ' V-JU.-' . . .f A , 5 1513 E ,,1:.,.- .--nr , , ,. . 1,-:Lf .' wt, DAVID KARAU Basketball Beau SWEETHEARTS AND BEAUX WALTER REED F.H.A. Beau f'l ,fluffy D ac UN I PATSY BRYANT Band Svvee-The-arf Baskefball Svveefhean MARTHA FARRAR MARGARET PERRYMAN F.F.A. Svveetlfmeafr Foofball Svveefhearf 4 . WHO' ix. For The year l955-56 The Seniors se lecTed 10 sTudenTs ouT of The Seriio Class Tor VVho's Who. Grade average dependabiliTy leadership scholarship h In order ThaT The GaTesville Qfl' mighTseleCTsTUder1Ts on The righT and To comply wiTh The college Sfudent voTes Grade averages , 20' School Participation-each acTiviTy 5 NANCY JAMESON LINDA GAYLE DYESS JOYCE MACY .ul HO had To be 90 or above along with other qualificalionsf service patriotism aTTiTUCle menclafions, The following plan was used: Teacher-pupil cooperation lO'2 General altitude about school work, cifizenship and cooperation lO'Q CATHERINE CLEMENT IN C27 ...J CLAUDELIA SIMS JAMES SELLERS "" i Z K, iw .mm , 'Y ugfi, i' X 309 X o EW-1'1,N "LT DON RUSSELL WHO 3 bj g2 , A.i: 5 3 Q 5 L 6 , 1 5 , ,E F5 M I ANN LENGEFELD CHARLENE TREWITT W fx! xg-"""A "' 6:56 Ai' -wa? K ,T it ,V ni my " Q if 5 ,A N1 -M it-I Y 'S 10 nf hip. Q B K' ,. ., ff -c , . 9 1535, A' " Z2 , ,QQ 'A' .1 up ' ' 4 af-'YA , . u "1 iw 1 it ., ,Ai . 1 1-325 : 'Z ri fr ' fi ," A-1 Q., fl 'Vif-:1::2.'-JSE' ,fl . vp, Lg, 5. Y- 1 Aw.. 4 1. J' it-wh? gg., IW3 51? 1.4 ,K 3, 'KM ls? Sfop f STUDENT COUNCIL - BAND - HORNET'S NEST ,Vi LIBRARY CLUB - CRESCENT STAFF F.H.A. - F.F.A. - PEP SQUAD - CHORUS SPANISH - FUTURE TEACHERS - RADIO Q1 Mi p l V. ,, , 'fs iii , fa A W 3- x . I , N' I ' A Q 'H , M ' ' F 1 1 -Z' 1 E53 'if' J '4 ' v- l.f 'M 1 , X lf vi' X. U gn..3...-ll www ww. V, W,,,,'wamrf24-fffy 'L ii ,,,,. ,-A . M I I f QM ff . 1' ' 19' 1 , I - . K I . , I - w A 4' , 2 "" A , f w' , , N. in ' H, A W... .9-QKRQIIQ my ll STUDENT COUNCIL The Student Council is the heart ot our school life. lt pro- motes school unity . . . "Miss Sadie Hawkins' '...' 'Let's keep our grounds cleanl' '... Western Day . . . Student Council meetings . . . "When will the Student Council pins be in?" .. .assemblies . . . Mr. Pruitt's teasing remarks. Seated: Ann Lengefeld, Fayrene Cummings, Patsy Bryant, Faye Russell, Joyce Macy, Sarah Culberson, Catherine Clement, Charlene Trewitt, Claudelia Sims, Dorothy Dorsey, Catherine Brown. Standing: Carl Barnhill, Eldon Moseley, Bobbie Smith, Don Russell, Dickie Franks. r , rig f. V -m. 4 ew 4 wrhuk. X. L 4 A 'X 4 N ?' g ' ' ' - ' R: U '.-., .. ,, . ,Tiki 1 i,' Q N P XX it 1 -gjww 1' ' ' A 4 -'Q H ,I ,Y X , .. , ' . sax 'K .5-K ' ' f ' "' Vg sf X: rl' g "TA", xx A 3' z V fb ' u ' A- .4 9 -X. k , 9 ff M K -21 . K' x 1 " 1 ,f ill . 4-:Qi 9? W 7,4 dw , 'W , H. First row: Linda Butler, .lanell Crosby, Mimie Kay West, Barbara Murray, Joyce Dyer, Stanley Sadler. , Second row: Rosemary Bates, Jackie Bankhead, Patsy Bryant, Billie Smith, Janis Hix, Garland Anderson, j ,ff Carrie Lou Hale, Joyce Rogers. Third row: Bill McCoy, Byron McClellan, Mike Trevvitt, Charles Jageler, Eugene Bonds, Roger Bates, Bobbie Kendrick. Standing: Janice Thompson, Kay Ament, Catherine Brown, Johnnie Altum, Roy Kindrick, Bobbie Smith, Pat Potts. .!f'M,,f,,Z' 5' ILIGENTLY FOR CLINICS AND CONCERTS CATHERINE BROWN Drum Major Practice makes perfect . . . "Line it up!" . . . cold morning on the football field . . . band trips . . . "Attention!" . . . "Cadet Days" . . . "The cornets goofed again!" . . . more "music" . . . "Charlotte Harbor Stomp" . . . "Don't you ever count?" . . . tired feet . . . The G.H.S. Band adds variety and spice to the school and its activities. i ? I - N ' , X ntl' 4 1 i rf . N j-f..,?,,kw. L V, V. The Band adds to the emhusiasm at the pep rallies The Band practices every day at third period . .xg , sf- Hmgmiilfirisiiiiifiiizigif r ii i til- HM A sn - i VERSATI LE BAND OFFE iff? 0 35 ' i W I- . K .s..,t,g,TY .L- I-W.4n An -v-u -51,1 IIO ...-.........g 0 numb. The Band marching do nrown 5 a fam i a 5 gm o the Fr day morn ng of a rio e game aff xlh . Y, . X- ,I Af f-IX, H Q- I-gp x xi! Q t t ta X X t tt t e 1 J . t " ' " ' tl ' MAJORETTES1 Patsy Bryant, LOU Ann Rutherford, Wanda Bartlett, and Janis Htx NTRICATE MARCHING DRILLS FLAG BEARERS: Catherine Clement, Janice Thompson, and Kay Arnent. I ,. A-nf:--! . s,-,,,, ,-' . .Lg- ., -' , .,- CHARLENE TREWITT Editor Thursday afternoon! We can read the dirt before anyone else! Cynthia, Janell, Nancy, Linda, Betsy and Beth proofread Friday's paper. ef Dee Ann Knight, Charlotte Sims, Carol Borchett, Glenda Wolfe are putting the paper together. HORN ETS' NES "Assistant, where is my news for this week?" . . . dirt . . . editorials . . . "Let's be quiet, we're disturbing the oth- er classes" . . . typing Janell Crosby, Amelia Forrest, Helen Necessary, Doris Donald- son, Barbara Powell, and Nancy Mueller are getting ready to sell the Hornet'5 Nest. UP John Fulton, James Chamblee, and Bob Chambers are pre- paring the paper to be printed, OVERS SCHOOL N EWS . . . iokes . . . compiling the paper . . . Mrs. WhiTt's witty personali- ty . . . "Please buy a Hornets Nest." MRS. WHITT Sponsor Jimmy, James, Eldon, and Wayne are getting ready to print the "Hornet's Nest." r"T gall' f . -'?"'I' T ..-...,,,,. w. 3 Left to right: Bobbie Mohler, Barbara Ziegler, Kay Ament, Elaine Asher, Sylvia Karau, Claudette Mohler, Cynthia Carroll, Syble Donaldson, Lincla Schaub, Barbara Blanchard, Catherine Brown, Fayrene Cummings, Dorothy Dorsey, Sarah Culberson, Lynda Love, Donna Lou Scott, Mrs. Bailey. HIGH SCHOOL LIBRARY CLU READIN Bobbie, Donna Lou, and Syble are filing one of the Linda, Claudette, Sarah, and Barbara are playing back numerous articles found in the library, the recording they made for the radio, A I A IUIIBII U ll.t0V SGD Ill!! ,..:'l-f LIBRARY CLUB OFFICERS: President, Fayrene Cummings, Vice President, Linda Schaub, Secre- tary-Treasurer, Catherine Brown, Reporter, Kay Ament. FFERS HOURS OF ENJOYMENT Mrs. Bailey, Sponsor Dorothy and Sylvia prepare the bulletin board which is always a point of interest. - I ' ? I . . . "Quiet pIease" . . . the rush for encyclopedias ...Q at term theme time . . . books overdue . . . I--4 "But I turned it in this morning" . . . fines . . . , , "Is this a good book, Mrs. Bailey?" . . . Book YL, Week . . . the bulletin board . . . club meetings . . . initiation . . . "Where can I find a book on the social problems of the cavemen in Northern Europe?" . .. Cynthia and Elaine are checking in books while Barbara typing cards to put in the card catalogue. x out ii if if wif, :K SX " THE CRESCENT STAFF THRIVES ON "DEADLlNES AND LAYOUTS" Five p.m .... "No, Janitor, we're not through yet" . . . the "dummy" . . . pictures . . '. the darkroom . . . copy . . . "We're out of rub- ber cement again!" . . . Boosters . . . seventh period, col-ces, gossip, fun, work . . . Mrs. Bates's never failing patience and leadership . . . headaches . . . aspirins . . . Will they appreciate our book? . . . Sponsor Editor Mrs. Bates Nancy Nesbitt l' Jams HW Lymya ggewafd Loye less ma we photography department is kept busy devel Whne Bmbara Wmd and paysy help from D k nager Janice Thomps opmg pictures for the annual Working in the Bryant are our pwgram Sales ic ie Franks and Wade SSS' appfeflates darkroom are Sue Taylor Roy Kindrick Joyce men er. Rogers, and Duane Keele. FUTURE HOMEMAKERS Mary Lou, Beverly, and Gerry Ruth sample the food they learn to prepare in Hornemaking. L Beth Burt, Linda Burt, Barbara Wilkins, Bonnie Wiegand, Nita Sheridan, and Nancy Jameson are doing upholstery work in their homemaking class. Future Homemakers of America . . . "Do I have To Take This out again, Mrs. Kinsey." . . . pat- terns . . . basting . . . Joyce Dyer, Linda Hancock, Loye White, Wilma Williams, Charlene Trewitt, Sue Taylor, Catherine Brown, Fayrene Cummings, Gerry 1 Il8 Mrs. Kinsey Sponsor 1 698 M m . Patsy Cohagan, Janell Necessary, and Rhonda Kay Berrrand serve at a Valen1ine's Day rea. serving . . . modeling . . . "I smell somefhing . . . my cake!" . . . rec- ipes . . . new ideas . . . Mrs. King. Ruth Huckabee, Linda Graham, Faye Russell, Patsy Blanchard, and LEARN WORTHY HOME MEMBERSHIP fv Billie, Claudelia, and Carrie Lou watch arientively as Mrs, King shows ihem the different kinds of silver. Jonnie Wiggins serve as officers for the F,H.A. o Mrs. King Sponsor I I9 WJULTQN SKFOND TE!-H Ffh A it x .au, , Kkf Y. rw Y. , 5.4: 1 Q .aff Hs -31" ff f " ' . -. A ., VA xy Q' t fig ' 'T W? 2 Sbiifff 3 in , xv ' Wang f . ,kk ,,, , 5' I -3 GAYLSVILLE :BSS ., 11,3-f Q M L U Mlm, QUEEPSTAKES 1 i v 3 Q 5 I ww' ,Q vii f -J , Q00 ,, 1 Za i af Lf . ,ml 2 .4 "?f.?,5w ifv 'kt H H 1. Q 5 ?4 ..lV '9!Qj?gff ,i. v inn 55, P Ju . 5+ 2 4? .1 ,f 194 .' - A,' sgfx:3'L f A ' .7 ' 5,3 J uv,-A ..,. - 3 , 5 , -. . '-W, 1 f xv- -f f Va-"kb, 4 . :ii ', - v ,, ik 5.3! 532 ei ff 34. ,L xxx Mg 'Q My H ,,,, 4 LVQ-gig' 'fig bg .f Q. w . 'ga'-, ii! ,ab gs! pp ha ff ,i W'f , !'! I' 'lf ' x X r K W, ,f J' sf ff - .4 f, mf, 1. 'if A Q LJ 1 ,Q 4 f h ,gn Iv. X N 4 5' 'gy l2l If 1 3 ' fx - 1, -ff' '- r s f .. . , av' ' . an .rim v, V 's . Q 'Gr ,KS . 5 . 5-LJ 44,31 , .. , v9.54 ,,1. .ff .M Z .u ' nf W, . :xx Q Sw ' QU-I: I A J' 'UM vi. an Q Y Au sy . 4-J-Q -,. . f' A l 's . IH3e'Fi- -xx , . . Z 1 ' W " I ' , 4 I Asgm . F M A Ll.. vw M .A ,ff ' Q ' Q ,, p W- " ra W, -rv, FQ, '-1 , ,J , A 1 ,- ,v 5 .,,w . -,,- f-,Al YW ' fa- ' ' 7-. 0. ." 4 4 A On pq A . ,h-a,. 1' . 'B L f 'Xl-4,4,, I ' ' , fd . ,F . . , me 1 Q . 1" ,D up - el . . 54 -vb, ,, in wwx fs., , .ag-f. Q A . YQ, -2 gif' -,fix - ,, . xi, PEP SQUAD ' F l' HELP SPARK I 'Ffa' TEAM SPIRIT Us "Everybody yell!" . . . pep squad meetings . . . Miss Flame ot '55 . . . "Hornets fight!" . . . skits . . . pep rallies . . . The pep squad is the heart ot school spirit .. PEP SQUAD OFFICERS: President, Sue Taylor Vice President, Faye Russell, Secretary, Mary Cath erine Mitchell, Sponsor, Mrs. Martin. var' - is -vw . ' ' ,- I .1 L First row: McCutchen, Marshall, Derrick, Wiegand, Williams, Huckabee, Scott, Beck, Vernon, Wylie. Second row: Knight, Hayes, Blanchard, Russell, Hancock, Lowery, Graham, Wright, Ament, McCown, Taylor. Third row: Carothers, Dorsey, Steward, Mitchell, Mueller, Blanchard, Sims, White, Ziegler, Love. Fourth row: Cummings, Hensen, Farrar, Sadler, Powell, Davidson, Homan, Jameson, Brown, Perryman. Back row: Trewitt, Rainer, Chambers, B-Jrchett, Carroll, Barton, Hale, Powell, Patterson, Hurley. f X ,AW :iw-' M., Et!! .f-"' ff" lf FV? A '53 'Q ' M A W V2 2' ' ' Aviv A -uasikk-'. . 6 , . L - Y if-ifi 4 y-."" " an ggw VESA - 6.253 '45 E5-LET' . ' I' ' 31. '-p -'A H w"' , , if E X . "wx A fl fix ! nf, nigh: 'A . ' '. J' f- - x -' 3 - I., ... ' 'ful' .4 ' 1 V A ' -"-' "':-f . " ' 5 ,V-'i lt'-Hl..N 1-.fi m..'Y,,.., .sk .7-"'.','l-risk... , . 1 l nd 1 ' 1-' .1 fx Q, .,"',...-Q, -I 4 550, U, use ' ' - . . . 1 ,1- 'tv' 'v' a 0 .r ':'.""fn"f'Q" ' V -I-. mf,-,-' - . . , .' '. ' f ww ' - . u.-.-",,"Q- Q I U i E ii fr' - 'Tk'-..f"' 451, fi 4 , 'Ji 53' nf 'fi 'Sw' -L, . ' .313 1 ' ' k 1 :4-mf FUTURE TEACHERS MAINTAIN STANDARDS "Yes, Teacher" . . . Meetings . . . "I can't decide which grade to teach" . . . letters to far-off places . . . the bulletin board , . . "Think of all the papers to be graded!" . . . public schools? . . . private'schools'? . . . FUTURE TEACHER OFFICERS Program Chairman Kay Ament Vice President Fayrene Cummings President Linda Gayle Dyess Corresponding Sec retary, Jonnie Wiggins, Secretary-Treasurer, Cath erine Lee Brown 7 TE FUTURE TEACHERS-Standing, left to right: Linda Dyess, Wanda Bartlett, Kay Ament, Fayrene Cummings, Catherine Lee Brown, Syble Donaldson, Janell Crosby, Mary Lou Brookshire, Carrie Lou Hale, Jonnie Wiggins, Mrs. Bally Seated: Doris Donaldson Barbara Ward, Charlo'te Sims Barbara Zie ler Pats , V I , Q , Y Bryant, Glenda Wolfe, Barbara Powell, Ann Lengefeld, Mary Lou P-BVYHSOVWY "i?Nb A if w f4 4. fv 8 WEL? ff 4 x .2 ... .1 3? w ft iyaxQ'Q . 'fa' L ' x va 5 , it Ll A A Qty: , H Y 5 9 ,' ' 5 Q", I 5 Q h 1,9 0 x 0 i J if t 15 , :Q 3 gif ia ' I r fifgssifi , 4 Q .s,.Q, 'I 4 v M Q X ' Egg, 5' Mi! 'Li qc ' 3' ""f'++- Q ':'f 'ff2f f 5 , yas Vt as M fg gvff' "",l g 0 an . . 5 1 . s 4. -A , i1uk,.v' Egg. Q ' , 4, ff My V, , - ' ' 59fQfi.ffQ" . 1, .- 3? EW W, 4 1' . ' 'iff , 3 ' v-fi qv' :Mi nv .. if A .L jf- vw' 4-2 s, 2 , L4 X i MAJORETTES: Makey Nesbitt, Virginia Bradford, Drum Major, Jackie Bankhead, Myrtle Benner, Mary Schaub MAJORETTES Attractive . . . energetic . . . colorful . . . "Get in line!" . . . meetings . . . "Yell!" . . . "Louderl" . . . stay in a group . . . "l dropped my baton again!" . . . skits . . . countl JUNIOR HIGH CHEERLEADERS CHEERLEADERS Alice McClendon Margie Sums, Head Cheerleader, Judy Howell, Peggy Blanchard, Betty Brown . x 0 QW 44" I I usgf' ' 9 JUNIOR HIGH CHORUS Rh Thm . . . "Face our audience' -ea I C ' Mrs. Jones Sponsor Miss I-Ialbrook Sponsor Y Y . . . "Think hard" . . .Carols . . . Miss I-Ialbrook and her songsfers . . . Junior High "peps'rers" . . . "Is everybody happy?" . . . Pep Rallies . . . Be sure To come To The game . . . JUNIOR HIGH PEP SQUAD -, ---ZQQSX - IY f f'IfIIIQIlf 1 4-ur JG I 12, .fn-1 f V .,,7 Klfvf, L14 7111 if 45 I 'J-'fi-fr 1 ' ' nfl Y '2 I29 Alyce Ann McClellan, Margaret Culberson, Laurlta Benningfield. 'Thu CA. if Sponsor, Mrs. Scott Seated: Dorothy Whigham, Standing: Rhonda Kay Bertrand Betty Nolte, Patsy Cohagan, Betty Brown. JUNIOR HIGH PARTY LINE PRINTS WEEKLY NEWS "This paper must be ready by tomorrow" . . . editorials . . . reporters . . . more dirt . . . "Only tive cents a copy" . . . deadlines . . . Mrs. Scott and her ever helpful suggestions Front row, left to rtghtg Snmvr Pruitt, Mdaughl in, Derrick Second ron Purdy, Jones, Wolfe, Bundrant, Zapata Tlntrd rc,-.1 Niggin5 Sing Brown Marray, Berry. Foerth roy. Schaob Fernandez Donaldson, Hinegley, lNal5h, Sims, Rathe'Iord Britain, Galbraith, Smith Nehrtng Noyola Q 3 David Anderson, .lack McClain, and Jim Meadows work hard to make the Citizenship Club a success, JR. HIGH CITIZENSHIP CLU HELP MEET 'Q Mrs. Holmes Sponsor ""'-4.1 Seated: Mack Dell Lee, Nancy Brown, Ginger Bradford, David Anderson, Alyce Ann McClendon, Jack McClain, Jim Meadows, Linda McCallister, Judy Sanford, Becky Donaldson. S1anding: Joe Dan Worth- ington, Mrs, Holmes, Bob Edwards. l32 AND TENNIS CLUB PUPILS' INTEREST "May I be on first Today?" . . . Meetings . . . activity period . . . Mrs. I-lolme's ener- . I . Left to right: Secretary, Dorothy Wigham, Reporter, Loretta getic spirit . . . balls, rackets . . , tourna- aanmngfreia, vice President, Garland Anderson, President, Macky Morgan. ments . . . doubles, singles . . . competition . . . "ln the net" . . . "Serve" . . . second's . . "Let's get out on The courts and play." JW! rfl"Iii'IItfINf Kneeling: Bradford, Cummings, Koch, Schaub, Nesbitt, Wigham, McClendon, Culberson, Benningfield, Powell, Rutherford, Patterson, Donaldson. Second row: Stevens, Lipsey, Kindrick, Evetts, McDonald, Dryer, Trewitt, Conway, Mrs. Holmes, Scott, Chambers, Miller, McClain, Ford, Delord, McCoy. Third row: Dickson, Post, McClain, Baugh, Pearce, Derrick, Cato, McClellan, Bates, Brown, Anderson. '33 FOOTBALL - BOYS' BASKETBALL -GIRLS' BASKETBALL -GIRLS' PHYSICAL EDUCATION :A I, . I . A. 1 x I i -,fx - 4 -...,., , I ' 7' ' .IZ W+?n.,3V, 3.7 A A 5 V f,,, ww. , Q, K -k 'k 'k 'k Gafesville Gafesville Galesville Gatesville Gafesville Galesville Gafesville Gafesville Gatesville Galesville SCH B 7 O 6 B 7 O alll 13 21 O 7 195 First row: Eddie McBeth, Billy Barton, Kenneth Pale, Bob Meharg, Raymond Jones, Second row: Jackie Feathersfon, Billy Ben Woodson, Ben King, Travis Morgan. Third row: David Jones, Walter Reed. sw -- ei .,.., A. . ,I ,iw.......-............. ,. .-..,.w. 1 . , t A A Z' - Q' .Q l if v L... Head Coach ARTHUR SWEET 4 M- ll kai 'K -...W M ,...--......l... , M--V ,.l........-...... - 4-a' - - ..M::iI,.,,.v , ,..,.,,.. l Lv .cr 7 L., Q.. ..,...............4 ,QL 'f1-- . - ' aw in if . ..-..v..,,....,.f---------- -Q----lf-1 -- xX ,...,,i+.p..... ULE Killeen Belton Hamilton Ennis Lampasas Mexia McGregor West La Vega Marlin ooTBALi. SQUAD First row: Don Hodge, Henry Brim, Dickie Franks, David Hurley, Frank Schitoskey, Billy Don Shirley. Second row: Jimmy Dan Barton, Don Day, Bobby Lively, John Fulton, Third row: Noel McLaughlin, Harold Cohagan. - 1.. --L A r. 4.31 - '- --4 --f-- - - Ai .l Assistant Coach CURTIS HINES --s-------9-Q---' M- -5-4, 1 I ' '-- - -Ji A ,wh-4, ...sa 1 J - - - , gr 6. 4 I 't - FT . ' 1 --1 1 -r -. . -..Qt--,--.. . ...,....-...Q-... .... --.,..,... . W...+...q---'M-1 will --....,...... .. F' ng 'B 'tai 'U 4 . 3'-,fan .x - b lf E. 1 Q ' M t 'uw l , I lo vi Q I Co-Captain NOEL MCLAUGHUN Right Tackle , v lbs its 1.54 L 1 Mx Y Q gt 5- gf 4 Vx i , . - In rnud covered Holmes Sfadlum the Hamilton DICKIE FRANKS Bulldogs defeated The Gatesville Hornets. Half- Righ, Half back John Fulton scampered for The Hornets' only JoHN FULTON DON HODGE RAYMOND JONES Left Half Right Half Lefl Half l . -A V 1 :N Q L' 5 4- t s 4' Q Q-' - X H Y 4 .- . 5 Y .kv 4 I Q N , s 1, - og X v ,lf 4 1 p , l i . R xy - I38 1 Co-Captain JIMMY DAN BARTON Left Guard i .. . Q .A 3 tee dee. The Bulldogs led the fighting Hornets A throughout the entire game which ended in a HAROLD COHAGAN 1246 victory over the Hornets of G.H.S. ref, Tame BEN KING DAVID JONES WALTER REED Right Guard Center Right End u I I st :J Q- - 6 B I' if W X I x "X .24 ? Lg I 6 A gp .I Ln x 'I' :- lrlun r-"ell . ' "NM, as ,Q '11 in ' S 5 X ,. ,f ' N1 of ' 5 ,V rt... l gm 4 f fl' 1 j , Z n l 4? BlLl.Y BARTON Fullback KENNETH PATE Quarterback at' ski? J ll BIL LY BEN WOODSON Left End Q. x 1. 0 f' 1 4, t., I X l l , EDDIE MACBETH DAVID HURLEY Fullback Right Half Homecoming and the Hornets were set to take the Troians in an upset! The Hornets, led by quarterback John Fulton, took an early lead in the game and were ahead of West l4-13 at the half. Tackle Noel Mc- Laughlin recovered a mid-air tumble and raced for the i t at 'rn 4. Q 'rx Q 'G I Q. D t. N Y . x ' 1 " 562 FRANK SCHITOSKEY BOB MEHARG Left Tackle Right Guard Hornets' final tee dee. Lively booted the extra point and the score stood 33-21, West's favor. Cecil Coffee of West, GatesvilIe's number one enemy, led the Tro- lans to victory--the final score tallying 39-21. 3 J" BILLY DON SHIRLEY Right End BOBBY LIVELY Left End J ft 4 7" X 1 3 2 l .JACKIE FEATHERSTON Left End Q., - 2' Lael f .... r - ,W f,- 0 L TRAVIS MORGAN DON DAY HENRY BRIM Left Guard Right Tackle Center Amid flying red flags freely thrown by the referees, the Marlin Bulldogs de- feated the Gatesville Hornets 14-7 in the Hornets' last game of the year. The Hornet team had the capable and energetic services of three fine man- agers for their l955 season. They are left to right: Lloyd Moore, Jimmy Heal- er, and Francis Tubbs. ,G N ,f Y gn. ' 44 JOHN FULTON Most Valuable Back Because of his outstanding ability and desire to play for his Alma Mater, John Fulton has won acclaim from coaches and teams throughout Central Texas. He was picked for the All-Dis- trict l9AA Football Team and was voted the most valuable player in the district. HORNETS' "MOST VALUABLE PLAYERS" SELECTED BY CORYELL COUNTY FANS DAVID JONES Most Valuable Lnernan A steady performance, a winning spir- it, and a victorious attitude were only a few of the qualities which gave our center, David Jones, the honor of most valuable lineman. David was chosen tor the second 19-AA All-District Team. 22 , I' 3,9 ' wi aiu Gatesville Gatesville , Gatesvilleee , ,. 7 . 44 Gatesville Gatesville Gatesville Gatesville.. .. . ,. Gatesville Gatesville Moody Hamilton Mosheim La Vega Moody . Lampasas Lampasas Moody . Lampasas SCHEDULE Gatesville Gatesville Gatesville Gatesville Gatesville Gatesville oo,, 777, Gatesville ooooo ...5O Gatesville Gatesville West .. . La Vega Marlin McGregor . Turnersville West e La Vega Killeen Hamilton Again Kenneth Pate takes to the air for a rea bound from David Glass's long shot. Although the Hornets' went down to the Bulldogs, they never stopped fighting. The final score was Mc' Gregor 75 and Gatesville 63. 'fl Carl Bone and David Glass take to the air for the rebound of Charlie Powell's attempt for a two pointer. The game ended with Gatesville as the underdog 59-35. ffl . 6: Z' -'K , X l ' ! '31 i ,4 'S sf- ' First ro.-y, Noah Po.-,ed David Karag! Dawn Je-was Cad Bow Charlwe Paws!! Jeff, Barron, Second row: Thcmas Sran!ey Davwd G!ass, James Saws Kmwm-vw Pane, Dvd for. Noe! '.'!cLa!Jg!w!m BMW Mcffurchen f-'f ..vfH: 1956 BASKETBALL SQUAD HAROLD COHAGEN Manage' 1 'I 4 DAVID GLASS DAVID JONES Forward No. 56 Forward No. 50 JAMES SELLERS NOEL MCLAUGHLIN Center No, 61 Forward No. 53 DAVID KARAU NOAH POWELL Guard No. 58 Guard No. 57 J i CARL BONE Forward No. 54 Forward No. 52 THOMAS STANLEY CHARLIE POWELL BILLY MCCUTCHEN Guard No. 59 Center No. 63 KENNETH PATE JERRY WAYNE BARTON Guard No. 64 GL-'afd NO- 60 Coaches MR. WARREN AND MRS. MARTIN Gatesville MM,7,,, 7 746 Moody Gatesville o,,,,, 77,, 3 7 Evant 7 77 77 Gatesville ,,,7,,,.v777 59 Evant Gatesville ,,,,7,7,,,,, 61 Abbott ,,7, Gatesyille 7,,, 77 7,7750 Moody 7 7 Gatesville ,,,,7,7,7,7, 55 Abbott 7,,, Gatesville 762 Killeen ,,,7 Gatesvilie eeeee eeeee 7 756 Moshiem Gatesville 77 7787 Moody Gatesville eeeeeeeeeeee 66 Georgetown Gatesville 755 ThraII7 7 77 SCHEDULE WW59 Gatesville 77777740 Gatesville 7W 34 Gatesville CCCCC69 Gatesville 47 Gatesville M0775 Gatesville 25 Gatesville -----'37 Gatesville 71 Gatesville 729 Gatesville 7 777738 San Saba Lampasas Cayuga 77 7 Abbott Lampasas West Evant 77 77 7 Midway 77 Turnersville West 7 Manager SARAH CULBERSON We h Jig ' wif ' s I 4-T63 ef!-I -Z ' sg: 8,1 522' , ll VX Y- P .1-,w+vQ'wa5'v'i -,f, F-r -W' Q ff 'mf ' t I 1 1 emjwth . 1 -4 f 'A ,A , V1 ' V Wig 'A fr ' fffff-2 3 Q 9, yn ss 1 mib, Q ! i A ' 'fi A ., X J Y in , ' y FE T ' '54, ' Q A n , 5 X -- N x : SO ,wh W4 :K Wx 3+ Q , fs, , ai' s"5if?Q , rw N lfisa ,I if '23 if 3, mga 1 4 ' a ,V . ISI WANDA BARTLETT Forward No. 12 PAYE HITT Guard No. 28 GIRLS' "B" TEAM First row, left fo righ: Lam, Necessary, Lengefeld, Wiggins, Wright. Second row: Russell, Benningfield Rainer, Howell, Huckabee, Benrand, Benner. Front row: Featherston, Meharg, Kramer. Second row: Hodge, McBeth, Rose, Pate, Barton, Weatherby, Brim, Gallaway. Third row: Moore, White, Bond, Day, Chamblee, Shirley, Russell, Woodson, Fulton, Lively, and Huckabee. 1956 TRACK SQUAD Don Hodge waits for the starting whistle Joe Dan Worthington proves his strength by chinning. BOYS' PHYSICAL EDUCATION Coach Mnchell EXP m hfesavlng lawns '0 the Phys .Can Ewa'-Of' boys n ihe necessuty Of lea' m9 xhe proper AAA- Avl4""' 1echn1QUe 'ii EXEFCISQ5 are P3 7 'f r o the Physrcal Educahon of ,he bo YSofG1-45 The boys In thnrd pernod physical educahon class box to Improve then coordnnahon l55 I...- . . Q J . 5. -"N ' Air.. , x A V tm, A x A 9, Q ' .1 xx I B TEAM BASKETBALL .T B'v A 'xj HA B Q 1 , 42 A32 ll ll Q 4 t , . 5 - 4 J 11 W Xxx W1 W Bqkwfg Q H fM'v 121-gi igyk.-J V RF' ix. ,I V-!- ws f 'WW W" A ' 4 2 A 4 H' 3 4 5 J S if ga 2 . if f g A xl x v',? .f,' AR, xx ft X -S uf! ,A 4 M, 'sw W 'Q' an as M ' Q J W Q 3' I ' if A' 5 Bl 3 " W 2 5 3 Q 1, , f A, .. 1, W, H w XSL ii ?' V lg? Lk I , 9 . 1 M L2 Q . W -v ' Z Z ,if 55 5. Y Z W L - gf, 4 01 ! n-'Wilma gg ug W ----I MM -nu """"" 5' X V X , X x 1. NJ-F 5 Q, V' 'I' I 3 " L- . sal v u ' 5 ! V 'Q ' ' "' ' G . E 3, 'fx Ps v 5 , . JUNIOR HIGH FOOTBALL First row: Hinsley, McClellan, Carothers. Second row: Sexton, Dyson, Shephard, Shephard, Franks, Cummings, Chambers, Hardie, Roach, Anderson, Price, Scoons Third row: Scott, Hopson, Claxton, Kemp, Powell, Arnold, Miller, Barton, Shirley Beverly, Williams, Lee, Franks, Morgan Fourth row: Edwards, Worthington, MC- Lean, Bell, McClellan, Watts, Mitchell , Cato, Bates, Jones, Conway, Brown, Jones, 1 Perkins. r JUNIOR HIGH TRACK First row: Shepherd, Chambers, Roach, Anderson, Carothers, Kindrick, Graham. Second row: Dyson, Grooms, McDaniels, Franks, Derrick, Powell, Cummings, Mil. ler. Third row: Mitchell, Dickson, Bell Bates, Carroll, McGraw, Jones, McClellan Post, Williams. r r JUNIOR H IGH BASKETBALL First row: Managers, Joe Carothers, David Anderson. Second row: Billy McDaniel, Charles Graham, John Derrick, Jerry Franks, Tom Miller, Jerry Chambers. Third row: Terry Post, Joe Jones, David Bates, Bobby Bell. Fourth row: Billy Carroll, Woody McClellan. I57 in W i ilizf' if , ,, , if , V 1 ' ' Q K ,Q 1 X f, 4 xg? 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X. .Q . 5 U U Ax Q V . f 1 'Q N ji R I rx , + I i 03. 'l'-Q . - f --if Col-'ld K5Yf JUdYf and AlYC9 Ann be want' Take heed! Just a friendly tussle i ' 1 ig JUNIOR HIGH 3 ,,. "4 4-- rs ,V -3-" 'iff ' f ., 3 - uf As usual, Junior High out yells High The students are taking advantage of Grab yourself a partner, boys!! h I. SC OO this unfamiliar sight. You'Il have your chance next year, girls Heip him UPQDOHI1 leg him miss his bug, it -n..l -hi 3, Hiip . WS? 1.-L2 :W a i ,.,, -vw ww 515, --if "'3"V'Whnwf,,w PEP RALLY AND The three ??? of G.H,S. W V 1 Ho-V. ..,Hum! Another speech, Coach Sweet? Don'1 rush, you'll have your chance next year. THE FINISH The Annual Staff works steadily to complete their last ship fnent. 74W! for helping us to preserve the pleasant memories ot our high school days. for showing your interest in the welfare of our school. tor providing a symbol of sentiment which by its very sentimental suggestion builds community character. tor instituting and sponsoring community projects in which a wholesome atmosphere prevails. for your ADVERTISING - Advertising puts your name before your Customers . . . and keeps it there, Sue Keener Barbara Wllx ns and Bonme Welgand are modeling dresses from Joe Hanna and Son JOE HANNA AND SON Nancy Nesblff Jans Hx and Da d Lloyd Jones are admlrmg a new car af JONES BRADFORD MOTOR CO JOHN BRADFORD E N JONES JR Lynl+a Sfeward and Joyce Macy are preview Carrol Wayne Eve'Hs and Jlm Ed Berry are Ing fhe wmfer sfyles af Lealrd s examlmng aufo paris ai' Nolfe s Garage LEAIRD S DEPARTMENT STORE NOLTE S GARAGE I Jerry Franks Janice Thompson and Gene Arnold are loolung ai' sporl's equlpmeni' ai' Arnold EIBCTTIC Company ARNOLD ELECTRIC COMPANY . , . ' I o 5 . on I . . ' I 1 1 X- V V n .i ' J X . . L , . . . I I . . Dee Ann Kmghf Roy Kmdrnck and Johnny Alfum are malung anoiher of ihenr frequenf VISILS +0 ihe Dairy Queen DAIRY QUEEN 'Pi'U'UPL'D 9141? Lynn Lowery and Gerry Rufh Huckabee are admlrmg Barbara Ward and Nan Vick are enloymg ihelr 7 Ups a new refrugera1'or af Barnes Lumber Co af 'Phe Round Up BARNES LUMBER CO ROUND UP X x x,- I , X Lx . . . . 'W' A.. L .4 . , x I I . YY 'Y Y :Y 1 R 2 W A K . -n . y- u -'xv q 4 -,v , , ll A-LW V L-3 , , f ' ' l at ' 5 t . . P NGHCY JGIHGSOH and CYn+hl6 Homan are Kay Ameni' and Wanda BarIeH are selechng bUY'n9 9"0Cef'eS ai' Bal-'man 5 1'helr blrihday cards ai Perry s BAUMAN S SUPER MARKET PERRY BROS Loye Whife, Dianne Hurley, and Elaine Asher are learning ihe business mefhods of 'ihe Guaranfy Bank and Trusi' Company. GUARANTY BANK 81 TRUST CO. D X as ff! "4 ' '41 , KJV ' Xqm i ' ' I a n I I John Fulfon Duane Keele Mr Phllhps Mlss Culberson and Pai PoHs seem very unferesfed an Mr ScoH' s le++er CHAMBER OF COMMERCE xi Y E x 15,15 4 'S fx I 'T .7 s. , . Q V, ' x " I , 1 4, L h A , .X 'E E EEL X . I x I - 'Z' ' E 'Y f EN:-""2. ive I I ' I l I I Glenda Wolf Lmda Dyess and Jerry Weaver are lrsfennng closely lo whal' Mr Loveloy ns saying aboul +l1e cnfy of Galesvulle CITY OF GATESVILLE W I Joy McLa ghl and Dor+l1y Richer a e b yng +heur dad s s+ore W T Hnx Co F od M, kgf W T HIX CO HOLLINGSWORTH FOOD MARKET I I ' l l . . . . ce u in i r u i qler' 'llm' and Blll are .helpmg lo adverllse groceries from Mrs. Hollingsworth af Hollingsworfh I ' ' - O I' . hu.-.5 vw Examnmng a Ioad of feed a+ Erwlns Mull and Y Sa 9 H' Elevaior are Jimmy Dan Barion and Dlclue Franks MEDICAL PLASTICS LAB ERWIN MILL AND ELEVATOR The Cozy Cafe Is +I1e Place +o Go for Good Food COZ Y CA F E Prevnewmg a numerous selechon of ready +o wear a+ BenneH's Federaled are LaveH'a Davidson Ann Lengefelcl and Carol Wlllle BENNETTS FEDERATED STORE K X., -irr- Y e 4, e 0 Admlrnng Loves array of colorful flowers are a sh by F ed Dye 5 S Ca+l1erme Lee Brown and Lynda Love od fa I+ DYER S SINCLAIR STATION LOVE FLOWERS Enloymg ihe refreshmenfs of 'rhe Cliy Drug S+ore are Carl Moody Bullle Smlfh and Bobble Sml+h CITY DRUG STORE 61 au: ffill Iliff UN MDMA Y SH! V7 Johnme Wnggms Claudelua Sums and Janell Roberis are 'frymg +o decnde on a cedar chesi ai Morfon Sco'H' Furmfure MORTON SCOTT AN D SON Francis Tubbs Bob Meharg and Bobby Llvely are wa+cl'nng a newspaper being prlnfed af fhe Gafesvllle Messenger GATESVILLE MESSENGER 4 i James Curry Faye Russell and WaI+er Reed are Ioolung a+ Hme new feafures of a Ford ai' Mal er Mofor Company MILLER MOTOR CO R " L - 3 5' ' -nh . -'A y 0 L y M 4 X , x- A , ' ..,. .- - v ICA! IIVQ 10 i Charloffe Sums ancl Fayrene Cummings are sack N e M l- U hl d R+-3 Henson afe "MQ fo mg a dress al' Modern Cleaners e af Hen on Ph II ps 66 S+ fo HENSON S PHILLIPS 66 MODERN CLEANERS STATIQN Rober+ Blanchard and Mike Nell Pos+on are examining linoleum a+ Cameron Lumber Co. CAMERON LUMBER CO. Lmda Bur+ and Lmda Schaub are prachcmg fhelr business iechnnque af Thomson and McClellan THOMSON AN D MCCLELLAN M lf' d 7 We 5 Halen Necessary nd Blly Paul Bar? n e ad e D s d Do ald WeHs ee on , , oef af Che f Co pa WATTS AND DIXON POWELL CHEVROLET CO E . 1 g ,4 W Q rg Inf JM, ,, ,,. :,,f-L14 Qi, X 1' mmm 2 :4,k.,,WW 7 -f55?f?w' 4 F ,MX,f,irg",. X L, -2sff3?3iM 1, ,ge-Nwwzfep .P 3'f:fgii3w- . M 1 pgfiff gud , 3 ki ,Q ,Z 11513 My 3,11 H ,M 1 f fm 4 y, gf .4 9 :- .ds 0 'JIM' 151' Q ' Q. :A . f 1 41 5411-...lv 413' 1 , ' ',. 4. 2 '-nr 2 V Q' aff' 'ul' . in Qv , J V., ,X V fx, :Eh if 0 1 Q ,as E ... GULF 'LIS' Caihernne Brown and Margaref Perryman are reaclnng an arhcle on mvesfmenis as Mrs Brown explams her company s funchons Sam Powell IS explaunlng fo Bull Brown flue efflclenl servuce of flue Gulf ServU Sfahon whsle Norma Hayes looks MRS LUCILLE BROWN Insurance lnvesfmenfs GULF SERV U CENTER Zana Powell and Dolores McCown are admurmg a large selechon of iewelry and silver af McCown MCCOWN JEWELRY 1 ' R , fm M ,,1f'7.7't 'X J 'Emil El' 1 V "wr ' X V . l I gi, , f N ld . . ' 4 I . -.,. MA 433' 3 ,-,,,l.:W f 'S K- , W M - N: if 'svsf' 'I 1 , 4fi"'1 , . ,,,ks . . v.A I r' ' ,L 'fr Wwwff I - I ' . - . . . on. . 1LE,,e, W WN ,W ,. . ,-,W-mf-K,--wg ...-3 Enloymg fhe modern conveniences of fhe Tee Pee Druve Inn are Pafsy Bryanf Sandra Summers and Frances Bryanf TEE PEE DRIVE INN Danny Magee and Charlene Tre :H are examnmng fhe dufferenf feafures of fhe Iufile John Deere Iracfor avarlable for sale af fhe Gafes oIIe Implemenf Company GATESVILLE IMPLEMENT CO ' I , . I I . I V - - n 7f,v""l" Linda Hancock Kenneih Pale and Charley Powell seem very pleased wrlh flue l956 Mercury ai Powell Supply Co POWELL SU PPLY CO .QI-llllIl'l 32 PURWA ii 1: nam 1lH0Yl'1 1 MRNERRL -ff' f' Eddie MacBe+l'1 and Henry Brim know flue rigl1+ place fo go fo buy Purina Feed. This is G. P. Scl1aub's Milling and Grain Co. G. P. SCHAUB MILLING AND GRAIN CO. MW' .pus QI "D Carl Barnhull and James Powell loolr over fhe palnl supply a+ Home Lumber Company HOME LUMBER COMPANY X' i -...Ax as The new Oldsmobnle ns +he pomf of nnieresl for Sue Taylor Bob Chambers, and Phyllus Caldwell af Chambers Mofor Company OTIS CHAMBERS MOTORS lex!! ss.-W WWA if K Moehlman ns learmng +l1e 'lechmque of operahng 'flue Humble S+a'rlon from owner Fred Koch af Kochs En+e"'n9 me Galeswlle Aulo SUPPIY C9 are Sl5nleY Humble 5+a+,on Sadler Jane Sadler and Wade Sadler KOCH'S HUMBLE STATION GATESVILLE AUTO SUPPLY The new cafe nn fown ns fhe Buckhorn We are very proud of :ls new es+ablusl1men+ BAI N ALLEN T - A .,f...M - .. . I w.. . A , ., -,W , V MS . , fy fr ' A -W. H, .., , , .,, 5.-A J .M -. A 4 fi.. ' ' ' ' A L T"" -A - ..., ' lf.. ' ,. - 1. T , ' W , L , -v - , ,, 4 N V W Q V1 4 I I . , I . - Wllllam Culbert THE TEXACO C0 Dus+rlbu+or of TEXACO PETROLEUM PRODUCTS Qian? Chekd Ls PURE MILK CO COCA COLA BOTTLING CO and B. F. GOODRICH PRODUCTS Sum The Green Label ls the Green light If You re on a Restricted Duet BXTON pioneered calmed foods with out sugar or seasonmg The green label identifies this complete lme of fruits vegetables and juices Sexton Restricted Diet Division brings you delicious and nutrmous foods pre- pared under the same high standards of all other Sexton foods They have the acceptance of the Amencan Medical Association Better food stores have the green ln bel Sexton Restricted Diet products John Sexton I Co Sexton Square Chicago Ill. JOHN SEXTCN CO Chicago, Illinois Phyllis Caldwell Bobbie Smith Joyce Macy, Ann Lengefeld Marva McCutchen Nannie Mae May- berry Stanley Sadler Nancy Nesbitt, Jane Sadler, Janice Thompson and Dianne Hurley the Senior Annual Staff Members, proudly display the "final copy' which represents their efforts in compiling the '56 Crescent. Crescent Boosters Balze Clmlc Beard Dr Oley Black Grocery BrI+aIn s Beau+y and Barber Shop Brrram s Garage Brown Absfracr Co Brown Cllmc Brown O K Campbell Leoma Cmderella Beau+y Shop Crry Ice Co Clawson Jan Commumry Publlc Servlce Coryell Counry Land and Absfraci' Coryell Counry CoH'on OII Co Coryell Seed Co Crawford C C and Son Davrs H B VarIe'ry Dlxre Service Srahon Drakes FurnI+ure S+ore Farmers Mu+ual Frre Assn Farsi' Baphsi' Church Flenfge Drug Flen+ge Harry W Fos+er Drug Sfore Freeman Prlnhng Co Ga+esvIlle Garesvulle Gafesvllle Garesvulle Gordon a Drug Sfore Fabrac Shop Frozen Food Lockers Gm Co nd Ashcraff Graves FlorIs1' Graham Lumber Co Halr Barber Shop Hale Seed Co Healer Jack Servrce Sfahon Hlx O N Huckabee and Wnllrams Elec+rIc Co Humble OII and Reflmng Jackson Horace Jones Troy Jones Dr Kermli' Kmgh+s Humble S+ahon Koch lrvm LeeBW Lee Mrs Clyde Bu++on Shop Lowery Clrmc Mayes Radro and TV McClellan Byron L Meeks Cafe and Drlve In Modern Food Mari Morgan s Gulf Sfahon Morse Jack OII Agency Odom Grocery PaIn+er George Perryman Beaufy Shop Pfeffer Dr James E Phllllps Grocery Pollard and Sellers Barber Posron lmplemenrs Powel R E Ray Dr Ohs Re Nu Cleaners Roach Jack Sums Radio Servlce Spencer Waller Sfone Clols Tee Pee Grocery Walker Mo+or Co Ward s Jewelry Washburn s Garage Whnres Au+o Sfore Wrlllams Dr T R Shop Wunfreld Mull and Hafchery Zelgler Floyd ' " ' " Co. 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