Gilbert High School - Roaring Lion Yearbook (Gilbert, WV)

 - Class of 1954

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A..i. 1 A4z, V 1 .,.,.,..,.,-.-,,2',,3.,-.-.,.' ix J .0 -7 6 X Q . -I 15" ' 5 enior G65 M Ce,d K- I I ,ps 'Y -M eniord WILLIAM FRANCIS PEAK W-ill bc Ll success in life F-riendly with everyone P-leased to bc a senior HATTIE EVELYN HATFIELD H-cr manner is quiet E-ats all the time H-as nickname of "Charley" ELLEN ELIZABETH TOTTEN E-arly to rise, late to bed E-vcryonc's friend is she T-ina is her shmlow ROY KENTON SNODGRASS R-ambles to and fro K-eeps up iwxh the gals S-eems to like "Pat" DONALD ROBERT HATFIELD D-ragnet is his song R-ambles along his way H-as fun with "Floyd" ZELLA FAYE ELLIS Z-ingl she 's in love F-riendly and sweet E-njoys dancing MARY JENETTA PULLEN M-any friends has she J-ust likes to be with Ray P-ert and pretty HOWARD RAY NESTER H-opes to be a sailor R-eally likes Mary N-ever on time RONALD NEAL MUSICK R-ates high in the class N-ever worries M-akes music on the trumpet eniord CAROL ANN BROWNING C-andy is her deadly weapon A-lways with "Charley" and "Walker" B-elongs at a piano LOWELL BRYAN GIBSON L-ikes to run around B-aseball his favorite sport G-ood sportswriter LARRY RUSSELL LESTER L-oafs at the pool room R-uns from work L-oves basketball SYLVIA JOAN WALKER S-ings like a bird J-ust loves the Hilltoppers W-orks in the office TINA LOU SPENCE T-ells all sorts of jokes L-ets evertone be her friend S-mall and cute is she FRANKLIN NOE F-orever on the go N-o is always his answer OPAL MAE HATFIELD O-nly one on her mind M-any places she'll go H-enry is her favorite HENRY RAYMOND FARIES H-as a cute girlfriend R- aces with time F-reckles galore LAURA PHYLLIS CLINE L-ikes to go skating P-lans to be a teacher C-line is her favorite name ,iv JERRY GRAYSON HAGER J-ust the same always G-ives the girls a smile H-as friends everywhere RAYMOND FOREST CLINE R-ides a red convertible F-ears he will grow tall C-hases women SHIRLEY ANN COLLINS S-panish she hopes to be A-lways on the go C-lose pal to Bonnie BLONNIE BLANKENSHIP B-oys never worry her B-anks on an A. F. career HAZEL LOUISE THOMPSON ll-opes to join the Waf's L-ukcy, ls her nickname T-ops in sports asv' i n 4? M0 .fb BONNIE JEAN BLANKENSHIP B-elives ln sports I-olly all the time B-est pal to Shirley ffl! ':f?fi'fMfff'-f':ff lf' mi"-f'f"fff, K f, ffl MIM lnlf' "M I I fl Ill 'I 1 ffl! f lfllfw f " 1 JI' lfq4f,Wff,lff,f, ,WH 1114 1 1 "'ff1fJfflfi-'u:.'i' J Jw lf ,. ull! ffl 1' Ham 1 f . X CHESTER DAWSON, JR. C-arries a mop on his head D-ifficult to keep a girl BERT LEE CLINE B-asketball is his sport L-ots of friends has he C-ourteous and polite DORSEL LEO SMITH D-tives a school bus L-oves a certain teacher S-ays he never worries CHARLES DALLAS MATNEY C-ourteous to everyone D-oesn 't want to marry M-akes good grades CHESTER EULY HA TF IELD C-hances he takes E-nergetic, but quiet H-ates to study eniord 9 0-Lv, 5 ' 7 """6"" N L w HAROLD LEE NOE ll-as fun all the time L-ovcs the baritone N-ever a cuter boy ALBERTA JEAN LESTER A-lways on the go J-ust plain old fun L-lkcs work in the library LONNIE HUBERT ENDICOTT L-ikes to have a chauffeur H-as lots of friends E-njoys coffee DELAPHAN COLE D-raws lots of attention C-rowned "Miss GHS" JULIUS RAY BRAGG J-ulius, but not La Rosa R-eal good at pool B-cans his favorite food DORIS ELEANOR MAY D-reams of Paris E-njoys drawing pictures M-arriage is her goal GAIL BILLUPS G-raceful and quiet B-lessecl with good manners x 2l'LLOI"ff 5: ' 4..- .ff-A' 10 Martha Smith Sponso r W ' f uniom fa fir' '22-fi 59.717 , , QJ ,. 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I, Ray Bragg, will my ability to pool to anyone with enough money to do so. I, Larry Lester, will my temper to Mrs. Margaret Hatfield, providing she will control it better than l did. I, Harold Noe, will my ability to get blamed for everything that happens in GHS to Jerry Lester. 1, Dorsel Smith, will my ability to get an education to the lower classmen. I, Junior Dawson, will my red hair to Mr. Goff, I, Louise Thompson, will my giggles to Mr. Phipps--hoping he can find some good use for them. I, Jean Lester, will my love for work in the library to Barbara Fox and Patty Harless. I, Evelyn Hatfield, will the numerous seats I have occupied in Mr. Preston's classes to anyone brave enough to take them. 1, Opal Hatfield, will my ability to stay up late to George Ellis for he may need it on his coon hunting trips. 1, Doris May, will my ability to graduate after seven years of being out of school to anyone who wants to do the same. I, Phyllis Cline, will my love for house work to Mrs. Margaret Hatfield. I, Bonnie Blankenship, will my figure to Sue Musick, hoping she will like it better than I do. We, Donald Hatfield, Ronnie Musick, and Bill Peak, will our ability to run the office to Mr. Cline. I, Shirley Collins, will my belovednickname , Suzanne, to Lorraine Brown, so it will last for years. I, Lowell Gibson, will "my modern sport's lingo" to Mrs. Browning, I, Gail Billups, will my quiet disposition to Tommy Hope. I Blonnei Blankenship, will my never-smiling face to Mr. Phipps, so he can keep in practice. I, Chester Hatfield, will my ability to graduate to David Ellis, so he can get ahead in life. I Kenton Snodgrass, will the "Props" I use to keep my eyes open, to Joe Hatfield. I Tina Lou Spence, will all my long hair to Vonceil Lockard. I, Charles Matney, will my journalistic ability to Kenny Daniels. I, Bert Cline, will my curly hair to George Ellis. I, .Terry Hager, will my ability to play football to Layton Hamrick. I, Dell Cole, will my figure to Audra Nester. I, Zella Faye Ellis, will my love for band teachers to anyone with the ability to get one . I Sylvia Walker, will my love for Dixie-land jazz to the Gilbert High School Band. I, Ray Nester, will my "wolf call" to Jack Bartrarn. I, Raymond Cline, will my teeth to Billy Grubb, since they are the only things that are loose. I, Franklin Noe, will my ability to have car trouble in Glen Alurn to anybody that can run without brakes. I, Hubert Endicott, will my traditional locker No. 13 to Bob Smith. I, Ellen Totten, will my seat in journalism to brother, Walter, just so Mrs. B1'OWiDg won't forget me. I Carol Ann Browing, will my love and respect for my music teacher, I I I Mrs. Janet Alwine, to anyone who will appreciate her as I do, 30 RQ.,- 005 11,1 ff' Xa' ful, ZW1 O f X 6 If ff' H H -. 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Secretary Treasurer Historian icem of Parlirnentary Procedure . of Music and Recreation of Public Relations . Q Q . - . - 4Q' Shirley Justice . jean Lester Carol Browning Phyllis Cline Shirley Cline Charlene Trent Ioan Hatfield 5 L . , , FL I K 3? i- N la Y 4? s !, 4,5 ... .,..: u',. " .4 - ' w W WJ. 7 R r' Olin ' 4 - Page 1 club P G11 whi club who tea are r Pre Vice Sec WWW lled it Histo . Colmtrs' Parli ' Stadium. Librari ' Song Lea 54 Mr Other , Patricia dyy4b :Um - for this Maxis H11 35541 by the Dawson, Sy ffl . which 18 OH- E111s. The 0 andlelishtl' by the Matew be de ided Sec Song Leader.. The "Anyone can true sport to This boos any student is hoped that come a booster. Be a good team by joining ,pb KM' My ffff , the Shepherds if' ub pl , and the angels, sen. Music will be y the Glee Club and the m1r1s mvsic class. given in n Friday W the for i- X095 M Q u Y 5 i s 1 0 LCG 13, MCG QW fm ajorefferi 6 1 r 'N 1' 'Q .v fi? 5-. f .- L A iffy-i -'Y . .,.x -1 'Eif- x 1 ,Q-6 .Haan K -TZ -: , " ,. iii inii- , 5 lllllffauiilizd iii! 6 uvvvvvvvvvvpglpuvvvvvv lC 3" It seemed only yesterday that we, the seniors 'N' of '54, came through the halls of GHS with l'k first 1,51 '7- 42 'fi R 1?T:4. XX 2?A'E our pencil and paper under our arms 1 e 'din a school bus for the first graders, many were ri g time that morning. We were as full of curiosity as the legendary cat, as confident as Napoleon, and as willing and able to learn, as our achievements have proven, None of us knew what room to enter, but to heck with that! We were still willing to find out all about it. Soon we were seated in a large room, which was the auditorium. We were divided into two sections with Mrs. Margaret Hatfield, sponsor of the I B section, and Mrs, Genevieve Eplin, sponsor of the A section, Late r, Mrs, G, Eplin left, and was replaced by Miss Janice Lester, After becoming acquainted A with each other and our sponsors, we elected class officers in both sections. The l class officers of A section were: Jimmy Goad, president, Janet Ferrell, vice-president Phyllis Cline, secretary, and Carol Ann Browning, the student council member. The A officers for B section were as follows: Ronnie Musick, president, Emma Gail Murphy vice-president, Louise Thompson, secretary and treasurer, and Lewis Jackson as the student council member. Our cheerleader was Martha Ann Dove. Our first year at GHS was one to remember, First, there were our sponsors, who kindly guided and directed us with patience, Then we became familiar with the school itself, its rules and regulations, its rooms, and its teachers, Last, but not least, we became acquainted with each other. Although this was perhaps our most difficult year, it was our most profitable one because we had made a beginning on the first rung on the ladder of knowledge, and - came through with flying colors. - After a pleasant summer vacation, we were once again excitedly awaiting the I beginning of the new school year, because we were now in the eighth grade. Mrs. Margaret Hatfield was still the sponsor of B section, while a new teacher, Mrs. Thelma Hatfield, sponsored section A. From section A, class officers this year ' ,were Jimmy Goad, president, Zella Faye Ellis, Vice-president, Carol Ann R Browning, secretary and treasurer, and Shirley Collins, student council member, In section B, the class officers were Ronnie Musick, Jean Lester, Louise Thompson, and Dwight Hinkle who were selected for '. the Same re Spective offices, Zella Faye Ellis represented our Class' as one of the junior high cheerleaders. During the 1, eighth grade we continued our class work, ahnost A th unnoticed by the upper classmen.- S 6 senior high KK 5, X X r 2 0 -ii? wiflzf : tp . e 440- fr :gm 4 1 had its parties, dances, and gala affairs, we silently admired and envied them their fun. ln the meantime, we studied as best we could, hoping the year would end quickly so that we might be one rung higher up the ladder of know- ledge. ln the ninth grade, we were more influenced in the school and had ac- quired a feeling of self importance. We were really going places now. In order to assume our role as a class of GHS and to meet our responsibilities. Once again class officers from both sections were elected. Section A, spon- sored by Mrs. Thelma Hatfield elected Jimmy Goad again for president, Phyllis Cline for vice-president, Zella Faye Ellis, secretary and treasurer, and Ray Collins for student council. In section B, the class officers were Donald Hatfield, president, Gail Murphy, vice-president, Sylvia Walker, sec- retary and treasurer, Louise Thompson and Ronnie Musick, student council members. Recognizing her competence as a cheerleader, the class retained ZeHa Faye Elhsin dns capachy. During our sophomore year, we attained a feeling of significance and esteem. We were now typical "know it a1l" sophomores Maintaining our dignity as upper classmen, we won the gratitude and understanding of the faculty and students. We did not lose our dignity even on the annual Sopho- more Kid Day, which because of the originality our dress and pranks was a tremendous success. After this eventful and enjoyable day, we ceased to think of ourselves as "younguns"but rather as young men and women with a mature sense of responsibility and judgment. Early in our sophomore year, still under the qualified leadership of our sponsors, Mrs. Thelma Hatfield and Mrs. Margaret Hatfield, we conformed to precedent by electing class officers. In section A the president was Bert Lee CHjne,the vice-president,Janet Ferrell,the secretary and treasurezy Blonnie Blankenship, and student council member, Ray Collins. Section B elected Junior Jude for president, Emerson Taylor, vice-president, Sylvia Walker, secretary and treasurer, and Ronnie Musick, student council member. Atthe annualIiaHoween Carnivalin October,Jean Lester,addingcHgni- ty uaour class,reigned as Oueen ofthe Carnivah Kenton Snodgrass ahnost as successfuL was second bestfor KINC2ofthe Carnivah Our eleventh grade was the "Slave Year" for all of us. This year we were all in one home room with co-sponsors, Margaret Hatfield and Jack Gentry. We elected our class officers as we always did in years gone by. Our officers were: president,Ray Bragg, vice-president, Hubert Endicott, secretary, Sylvia Walker, treasurer, Zella Faye Ellis. Our student council representatives were: Ronnie Musick, Carol Ann Browning, Bill Peak, and Ray Bragg. This was our most exciting year in school. The first thing that we start- ed wroking on was our banquet. We soon started our magazine drive. Carol Ann Browning was presented a trophy for being the most outstanding "seller" in our class. We were so important this year that every salesman around came to visit our class. Of remarkable interest to the students and of noted success for us was the entertaining minstrel show which was presented this year. Ably directed by one of our co-sponsors, Jack Gentry, the minstrel, accompanied by the Glee Club, was an achievement of which we well might be proud. The characters all gave a good performance. This, the first minstrel ever given at GHS, really showed the theatrical potentialites of our class as it grasped for the last rung of the ladder. 42 The time came when everyone in school was so excited they could hardly wait for the big event, That was "Sadie Hawkin's Day." The race took place in "Endicott Bottom" where we had "gals chasing guys." "Sadie Hawkin's Day" ended with a dance which was held in the "old stone building" with a Cline string band providing the music. Winners were chosen at the dance that night. From our class Chester Dawson, Jr. was chosen as the best "Hairless Joe" and Carol Ann Browning was chosen as the best "Mammy Yokum." We bear the distinction of being the first class to give a Christmas for- mal. Our "Snowball" formal was given on December 23 in our beautifully decorated gymnasium with a large Christmas tree in the center of the floor. Music for the occasion was provided by Dana Dorsey and his orchestra. As we tenaciously clung to our perch on the rung, we enjoyed other spec- tacular and crowning successes, not in the least of which was the annual ban- quet and prom, presented in honor of the graduating seniors. Captivated by the gala atmosphere of the occasion, we decided that the theme of the evening would be "Starlight," The banquet and prom were held in the gymnasium which was decorated with a blue heaven interspangled with silver stars giving an illu- sion of romantic splendor. The mellow gold lights of the burning candles, sparkling and glistening on the dangling stars, made the occasion even more en- chanting. The memorable events of that evening linger yet with all who were fortunate enough to be present. Who can forget the glib jokes of the toastmagt- er, Hubert Endicott, and for that matter who could forget the speech of "Wel- come" by Ray Bragg or the "Farewell" by Phyllis Cline. Certainly, no one could ever forget the many wonderful dances and the beautiful music of Sammy Gentile and his orchestra. Another highlight of our junior year was the May Day Festival, at which we were represented by one of our class beauties, Zella Faye Ellis, who had the honor of crowning the senior queen. Our eleventh year ended with the "top of the ladder" in sight. Only one rung remained. Finally, after five years of grasping, struggling, and climbing, we joyously reached the top rung. Once again we elected our officers in class. President, Ronnie Musick, vice-president, Bill Peakg secretary and treasurer, Ellen E. Totten, student council, Zella Faye Ellis, Shirley Collins, Louise Thompson, and Ray Bragg. Bonnie Blankenship and Jean Lester were the cheerleaders, and Zella Faye Ellis, head majorette. Fortunately enough, we still have Mrs. Margaret Hat- field and .Tack Gentry as our co-sponsors. . We are seniors and facing us are all the responsibilities of being the top- ranking class. We must keep up our good grades or make a better rating than we have done, heretofore. We have our yearbook to plan and "lay out". There's a senior play to cast and produce. There are measurements to be taken, in- vitations to select, speakers to engage, a commencement program to prepare, a senior trip to plan, and a wonderful junior-senior banquet and prom to enjoy. These are happy glorious days that we shall never forget. g l e liallie X ZEIR 2 ' win' 43 unior ni' l9'kn cw C 8 x X 'Mi JM a5.f pig QE audio 0+ ffff soo' '70 'be 'Sa' +04 Cgrg, 61603259 eo, 6 t h,l000719O'?fl' 'Phe "'Q543'f"20Sw1beo' f . 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The "we" refers to Sylvia Walker, secretary of the Depart- ment of Justice, Washington, D. C. and Carol Ann Browning, concert pian- ist in New York, who breathlessly arrived four hours late to this day of re- union activities, that have been so efficiently planned by the homecoming com- mittee who is Bill Peak, city morticiang Don Hatfield, local high school prin- cipalg Evelyn Hatfield, secretary of the Gilbert Chamber of Commerce, and Jean Lester, librarian of our Alma Mater. We were met at the airport by our old friend, "Red" Dawson, who owns a fleet of taxis from here to the west coast. We hopped in his cab and went "tearing" down the broad, busy, streets of Gilbert, then up Route 52, until we came to what we remembered as the old "Lion's Den." There, near the entrance of that beautiful architectural vision stood two handsome cops directing traffic. We started to go on by but were tapped on the shoulder with a "hi-ya, hi-hat", in a familiar tone that could come from no other lips than those of our close pals, Kenton Snodgrass and Harold Noe. On to the big revolving door we dashed but here we paused again, for who else could be standing at the door greeting all the old classmates as they re- turned except that "buckin' bronco buckaroo," the one and only cowhand and ranch owner, Raymond Cline. He greeted us with a "hi, you all." Glad to see you all after these ten years of wandrinf' 46 Since we were the only ones who were late, a part of the days festivit- ies were now in progress. We moved on into the spacious auditorium and quietly "slipped" into a seat unobserved, as the attention of all present was focused upon the breath-taking acrobatic act which was in progress on the stage. Never before had we seen anything quite like it, but we didn't realize that it was a husband and wife team until they returned to a second curtain call and then we recognized them as Opal and Henry Ray Faries. We were about ready to dash backstage and greet them when the cur- tain opened again and we beheld such a great vision of lovliness that we remained "glued" to our seats. Such breath-taking beauty, such superb poise, such rythmic swaying, as this lovely dancer gave us everything that was new in the modern dance. To us she was our pal, Zella Faye Ellis, but to the world she was the famous lass who only a few weeks be- fore, swam the English Channel. We waved at Zella and wanted very much to run back and offer our congratulations but this time a tall, thin, queer-looking guy came across the stage with a coffee cup in his hand, so we knew right off that it was "Foo-Foo", the java drinker of our high school days, who was now "Foo-- the Magician", but the things that he pulled out of that coffee cup never saw a Folger's can. As fast as he would pull a rabbit or a chicken out of the cup, here'd come .Terry Hager, grab it up in his arms and carry it off to his meat market. Nothin' slow about that guy! As soon as the entertainment ended, we were summoned to the feast. Such a table of food I've never seen, and there at the head of the table, as master of ceremonies, was one that we remember as the best speaker in class, Ray Bragg, but even with his gift of gab, he didn't have to do any persuasion to get the old "gang" to "break bread" together, for if our memory serves us correctly, we were always hungry. Other speeches were given during the dinner by classmates, Charles Matney, principal of Brushy Fork Consolidated School, Mary Pullen, Home Economics Instructor at Justice High School, Doris May, Dean of Girls at Baisden Junior Collegeg and Dorsel -Smith, Professor of Psychology at Glen Alum University. We were delightfully entertained during the dinner hour with a twin-sister act entitled "Me and My Shadow" by Tina Lou Spence, local policewoman, and her pal, Ellen Totten, matron at the city jail. After dinner, we strolled into the gymnasium, which had been .con- verted into a "Winter Wonderland." Icicles hung everywhere, snow lay all over the floor, the windows were covered with frostf but here and there the white stillness was broken by the dark color of an evergreen or a snowbird perched on a window sill. This was our ballroom, a beautiful setting for our homecoming dance. There seated on top of a huge, improvised glacier was "Zeke" Musick and his Music Masters. We later learned that "Zeke" was now the band instructor on our Alma Mater, and that he played his trumpet with all his 'heart and soul'. He'd sure come a long way in these ten years, and the old class demanded one encore after another. The dance floor cleared and we knew that some- thing special was coming up. We were rewarded with an acrobatic dance routine, by Louise Thompson and Blonnie Blankenship. At this moment a little excitement occured. Dell Cole, who was "Miss Gilbert High of 1954" and who is still a beauty, lost her diamond necklace, but the excite- ment was short-lived as Shirley Collins, F.B.l. woman detected an un- usual sparkle in the snow and found that the necklace had not been stolen as formerly thought, but had fallen from her neck, and lodged in a snow- bank, so the dance was 47 on again, only to be interrupted this time by the announcement of a special homecoming edition of the Gilbert News which Editor, Lowell Gibson, had prepared for his classmates. After we received our complimentary copies, Principal Hatfield suggested that it was time to tour the rest of the building. He- lflllflbfl us to the large recreation room and showed us the many games that Pliysical Education Director, Larry Lester, used to work with his boys. He- then rcinducted us on down the hall, and showed us lovely murals that were painted by Artist, Gail Billups. We "peeped" into "Zeke's" band room on our may and then we went to the shop. Here we were shown count- less beautiful objects that Ray Nester, Industrial Arts Instructor, had taught his boys to make. As we came back down the hall, we noticed a familiar-looking figure standing by the trophy case, and who should it be but Bert Lee Cline, admir- ing the trophies that he had helped to win in his high school days. There was one sad note to our reunion. One member of our class could not be with us. That was Bonnie Blankenship, who had been in the Woman's Air Force for the past ten years and was now a lieutenant stationed in Germany. As a tribute to our one absentee member, we all grouped together and sand "My Bonnie Is Over the Ocean." Time was growing short and soon we would have to be rushed back to the airport, but one person we must see before we go and that was Phyllis Cline. Phyllis, owner of the town's most exclusive dress and jewelry shop, had been kept so busy all day and evening, working with costumes, arrang- ing flowers, and numerous other tasks that she could always do so well, that we'd hardly had time to speak a word to her, so we must spend a few minutes with her before we depart, but these minutes were short, for we had hardly begun talking, when Dr. Franklin Noe came to us and told us that he would fly us over to the airport in his "helicopter" that he used to make his medical calls, so two tired but happy people again said good-bye to their former classmates and friends. As the big airliner soared through the night, we still seemed to hear the plaintive melody of "Auld Lang Syne." f'4'k ww ik Ig' X N155 , ,no , - 5, ,,f.'.'.','., 'f4e,'-Qvvvvvnf' ' D -'. . . 4 '..J::.,5444444"f ,. I f .. W ' I V- 'Ev' A.f+, -.. -fi ., . P 5 ' , , ' ' i , ' Q-x -. o-',:'- . Y, ,-', "t,'1?qq"xs ' ' ' . 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