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

 - Class of 1955

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AQ' JS Ag., .5:Yw'uvn was cfm-2, e-mv Cyximitsi- Jswwkh-5' Sms W is um QJUQJLSQSIENXA VfT17'JlT'i9-'LLA :tb Usqmaj 393,-v, Q., atmdgwf-GLW Gfwgbwo gm QL, Q-L W ototgio MJMCO-g, qiom ual +-ml' fix' 4 ' Q ' u We, the Senior Class of 1955, wish to dedicate is our yearbook the 1955 edition of "THE ROAR- INS LION" to Dewey Matney, Ir., "an ideal student and a student with ideals". Dewey. who was Vice-President of our junior ass, was killed in a car wreck on May 8, 1954. Facult I 'fl 5 175' 111 N 42 IMG S 'f P l . S ' 0 ,L 52 RoY CLINE, Principal SEATED, Left to Right: Jean Ellis, Estelle Ellis, William J. Preston, Aubrey F. Goff, George Ellis, Frank Hatfield, Kenny Lester, Margaret Hatfield, Ann Phipps. STANDING: Martha Smith, Thelma Hatfield, jack Gentry, Roy Cline-Principal, Lowell Phipps, Gene White, Pierce Fox, Mamie W. Browning, Wilford Cline. 3 vmmsuok sim ,..flXX r fi, N X ,f ,r - ! , fis x I 1 i , x 2 if 1955 Nxl'2,'74,1 j s wiv Zh' J L if Pd A'.'l S si Q 51 -1 HJ SEATED, Left to Right: Betty Surber, Lucille Cline, Genevieve Trent, Helen Hatfield, ShelbaHatfie1d, joan Hatfield. STANDING jim White, junior Browning, Patricia Hope, Dimple Ellis, Lois Coleman, Norma Dotson, Victoria Browning, Charley Jarrell, Jerry Lester, jack Baxtram. mf sq-'Zi X Kx XX nf - g . tx , YA C o S ff N , if , xx 1 ' llqfi PF X o x, i, sf' J .94 1 N if ' ff! M lf 1 fi' f Xb 'i kg ' 4 xy . X A ' QW , , ,V G V Q X K 6 np el K L C,,.. 4 ,,. IGHIUI' Class GENEVIEVE TRENT PRESIDENT IAEGER BROWNING, IR. SENIOR CLASS SPONSORS VICE-PRESIDENT WILLIAM JOE PRESTON WILFORD CLINE IOSEPI-IINE CLINE SECRETARY J FK SHELBA IEAN HATFIELD STUDENT COUNCIL SECRETARY HELEN MARIA HATFIIELD STUDENT COUNCIL VICE-PRESIDENT JACK BARTRAM STUDENT COUNCIL PRESIDENT I X X 4 1 F I X ,gg I 1 , NORMA JEAN DOTSON STUDENT COUNCIL MILDRED MULLINS CHEERLEADER EDWARD LEE MOORE PEGGY ANN BROWNING DANIEL HATFIELD LUCILLE CLINE ONEDIA MATNEY CARLYLE HATFIIELD GAIL HANEY JIMMY SCARBERRY ggww 'F A 'X f ' Av Lf 1 x , A I DELMAS BROWNLNG PEARL CISCO LEWIS TRAMEL ...ev if ' ,P fs H Y LORETTA LESTER , 4: 'MAIN' 1 '1 I W,Nv,!IL mf, LOIS IEAN COLEMAN DANNY CLINE BILLY JACK GRUBB 3' , gf ' W if ww .lr ' 1,n.'l'l flat ,YE mmf , , MAXIE LOIS HILBERT CHARLES TAYLOR DORIS DURHAM if VIRGINIA NEACE ' s KENNETH DANIELS RICHARD FERRELL VICTORIA BROWNING if PATRICIA ANN HOPE EVA JOAN HATFIELD 5 1, 1, U -.J DIMPLE KAYE ELLIS JIMMY WHITE JERRY LESTER BETTY JEAN SURBER . I if QW i . we WWW SPONSORS Jean Ellis Pierce Fox Junior N1 alas: QW, , 2 1 if Q E JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS President ..................... Glenn Crawford Vice President .............. Glenn Bucharman Secretary ...... ..... C harles Paynter Treasurer ..... ..... C onnie Hinkle STUDENT COUNCIL MEMBERS Kenneth Hill, Eleanor Taylor, Shelby Wilson, Darrell Davis A-HQQ fm :wk f 'si,ni f l" L r--. -'S V V '. 'Y' 1 : Y: A 'x , a Lin nl' J -'AS' I "gf: 7' l 1 - i -qi ,ati '-'Xl -14- 1 'F f -aa . I A -. .1-1' ' if ,Q 'TQ' -4 t ":,."? b 1' A lxw, MW ,' R5 L fg. ,l 41 4 eg 13 N f gg. wr.. " Q 'JN ' f1'!"?'f, Y ff? .: 45: 9k Q l 'x 'U 'A F' V-9-y FIRST ROW: Terry Walsh, Jean Highlander, Gene Dawson, Shirley justice, Tommy Hope. SECOND ROW: Gerald Campbell, Clene McCoy, Walter Totten, Sue Coleman, Warren Faries. THIRD ROW: Bill Haney, Geneva Buchanan, Penrod Collins, Geraldine Walker. Joe Lester. FOURTH ROW: Buddy Walker, Fay Allen Harry Kegley. Bettis Hatfield, Eddie Cook. FIFTH ROW: Clarence Hatfield, Gaynell Jackson, Bobby Wilson, Mary Dovzn, I-knest Clzne. 1 'W ,, an y nl 5 ,.: i 'Q fl f J 'R -, """'Qf'.fz1f , , if 3 www f . 'H f x- 4 4 4 4 in , i' i -U4-mu . . ' 4 L .. . x . " 1 , V, V 'W ffy ,V .. fm , , f' ,,,,,', ,K ,,' f 7 kwa 2,7 ff V Y I 1 , 1 " J wi 1:0 . ff , S ' ,., f "W I 'W 6 43' g , mem ,jr Q 'Wifi 43 , C - 2 f r an is. M ,av , H ,, 5 - I 4 A gf ' '29 'W' - . Q... ., I he , f ,. ,VVV "- ' ' E g iw X 1" 1 . nv' fu sci 1- an. 4 "' noun A',, 5' SPIWWNZ' Barbara Aker, Lanny Ferrell, Delores Dawson, Larry Justice, Helen Meadows. 'THIRD ROW: Marie Bragg James Perry, Virginia Hatfield, Eugene Carter, Lena Ferguson. FOURTH ROW: Ladina Mullins, Clayton Ellis, Doris Lockard, Donald Taylor, Shirley Cline. FIFTH ROW: Shirley Runyon, Bob Smith, Shelby Ferrell, jimmy Lester, Bernice Cline. I3 FIRST ROW: Lenile Goad, Andy Wilson, Janet Chaney, Denzil Brurnfield, Carol Dawson. SECOND ROW: ophomol e Class SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS IOA President --------................... .... D alton Brown Vice-President ---- ..... - -- Clayton Cline Secretary ------- --- Sue Ellis Treasurer ---- --- Robert johnson r, or 9 SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS IOB President -------------------- ........... I oe Hatfield Vice-President ----------- --- Gloria Stone Secretary and Treasurer --- --- Charlene Trent 8 U fr Q 'Q-Li -'25, STUDENT OUNCI1. MEMBERS IOA-jon R Fox and Lorraine Brown lOB- Tommy Perry and joe Kauffer ff'-1 , J-af I i ff' ,Aan x,1" I P-,A , :::' , W f,f1-1F!'-i if., aff" . ' I "" 'W' 'Q -Wr- V ,,,,,. ., , , k 'ag , J r "'i v , , x """N 16.414 ' ' 'R S f, fe 3' i ,.,,. .g I fff, B 'Tlx X, ,,. fn , mf? y ., Z yi 'ef j 4, Wx My . J aa 'L A , ,J ,'., If . ,,,,r,.agw Y , ' f 2 V, I gg K yy., . fr f'f:,1r? , 1-if FIRST ROW: Bernie Gibson, Gail Ferguson, James Bartram, Ina Cisco, Rudy Hatfield. SECOND ROW: Sadie Browning, James Cole, Bernie Belcher, Carol Hatfield, Billy Cresong. THIRD ROW: Jimmie Ellis Frances Allred, Layton Hamrick, Brenda Browning, June Dean. FOURTH ROW: Sandra French, Leslie Cline, Barbara Hurley, James Hatfield, Doris Faries. FIFTH ROW: Dixie Crews, Frances Cline, Freda Hatfield, June Browning, Winona Browning. SDITI-I ROW: Wendell Aker, Wilma Hatfield, Joyce Brown, Norma Browning, Martha Cook. I5 f," J r,-W" lu' L.-f . x I' , : j A A 4 I 1 29 , 'f -Q if .-all .' "'-T: lvl- an . Q -'J -... Y X 6 ' I , i v " -Q 4- ' 4? ', V' G ' -D 3, fr 3 D I QA A I 5' "x T 4 -rf, x, iv, 'Hr D, E ' W, xx, 4- 'D ,rg FIRST ROW: Mervil Perry Lillie Lester, Ralph Stolze, Y N QM, . 'X If - 'T 6. , 41 f' I r 3 .3 0- ' O1 ' "" 1'-' ' 1 , -9 V " Na' ,wg srl Q . " uni. 4 lrv? -If 5 no NN, AQ' , 'M I ' 7 I S- if -5' -up ,V I, Q' 5 Y' A 4 sl, A I ' ,stiff 6 ,i',, Michael Miller. SECOND ROW Hazel Surber, Cletis jackson, Loretta Wilson, Janice justice, Denver May, Venicla Murphy. THIRD ROW: Bobby Totten, Vonceil Lockard, Larry Testerman, Scotia Rice, james Sloan. FOURTH ROW: Ioan Tramel, Ronald Pullen, Doris Nichols, Jim Montgomery, Shelba Nichols. FIFTH ROW: Anna Mae Lane, Bertha Nation, Shirley Mays. Janice Owens, Joyce White. SIXTH ROW: Martha Trent, Susie Walls, Willa Thompson, It-ycnne Thompson, Esbie Nichols. i6 MJ2.. " 1 L i inth President -------------- Vice-President ---------- Secretary and Treasurer mf' ir 'I-g:Q::.-:. I Hwvin. . . nz, :: ' President --------------- Vice -President --- Secretary ------- Treasurer ---- P 'Qs ,rrr ' we ,rsr P .f. , ll? P 1 I , , ,jam , rf w 61-in lc Michael Christian --- Georgia Cline --- Lishia Cline A ..- Alfred Duba -- Samuel Mace -- Ruth Hatfield ..- Virginia Johnson President ---------------------------- --- IimmY Trent Vice-President --------- Lenville Russell Secretary and Treasurer --- --- Shirley Toler E ' ,aw f Q was 'ww 'Wi ,ff noi' 14"- fm mi, STUDENT COUNCIL MEMBERS 9A-Johnny Brooks 9B -David Ellis 9C-Beverly Trent I7 ,ffl I. "SJ, 1 Q , f I ' 2 I ,M 43 Lu-r :r , J 'Sr v, is . i i""'N sq 'f 25 ,ar 6-1, ,Q X ', Q 1 v, 1 P Y, ,-. I I l . .J C4 , L , X N' v ' I M1 2' ,Q M A A 4 Q - 1 2 4 1 qw 6 'J s -"T 'Q ' if ,A 4, 'T S? fy X A. 5' " .. 1? ' ,-N?-i T 7 my . i' TW ' i J : .xl Xxx, 'LX r, '9 i " 'T 6' xl A 5' 0, -N .Tv ,, sr , 1 Z '67 " "" 1 ,X ' . FIRST RO'-'-': Greta Cline, .-'mira Bgghanan, Hessie Cruise. SECOND ROW: Esmond Cline, joyce Allen, Nida Blagkbern, Donna Chaney. THIRD RCU-': Lona Cline, Autry Adkins, Bobby Cline, Hilliard Bartram, Jerry Cline, Shelba Bro'--ning. FOURTH RC'-'iz Ruth Cline, Donna Dawson, Mary Cook, Helen Cline, Annette Cline Carol Adlains. FIFTH RC Fay Dingess. SIXTH RC'- '.'.l Freda Cline. Charles Blankenship, Ray Coleman, Arvid Collins, Charlotte Cline, '.'1 Shelba Browning, Corby Cline, Magdaline Cline. 9B ff, iw' 'Q V W: ,V , l.Qw I ,,f If '." . A:"" Q 5-51 13,1 fr,-:'f Q,.U nlkakh' ffrrggf E gl . ., If ,Aww , ff-f L',, I L 'M' T an .2 ' kwa, E N17 A rr Q V. v 'M ' f,--- ' f, , -4 .. 162 , ,ummm ffl, ml r'-'F' T34 we-l .Sk ' lr' C L -I E' 1' We few . T an V SQ, 1 X 43:75 ll 'L-ef 'Q 'ww wwiycwj f iT?" A79 -3 3' ,qmqww ...W . 2 .v , ' , ' '-"" V F 7 j-. at aff 3 'ff' I f f My fu W f fx W , 4 .1 I, 1, mx ff 'V , New , 49 V '-ff5i:,' :,, ' 2' ifff' gr Z A I .. fi il X ,ZW ff Y at 'xl f , QW Av ! f ,QM 'W x, rwqr, I Z T mar? Y V 'vw-wwf as zzfg f x, 423. . , 5 2 1 1,15 -' ,1-A-- . Eli elf' f f' ,F ' Z 2 1, !.j7f 1 , Ui Af FIRST ROW: Romaine Hager, Rodney Kegley, Carolyn Lester, Roy jude. SECOND ROW: Lloyd Hilbert, Eileen Hatfield, Moss Hatfield, Glesnor Evans, Charles Ferrell, Patsy Dillon. THIRD ROW: Virginia Hileman, Melvin Hatfield, Juanita Hatfield, Dallan Hatfield, Patty Harless, Donald Ellis. FOURTH ROW. J. D. Ferrell, Betty Lou Hatfield, Edward Lester, Diana Hill, Allen Lester, Shirley Grirnrnett. FIFTH ROW Lorraine Hager, Gerald Joe Lester, Betty Hileman, Terry Hamrick, Norma Hatfield, Curtiss Hatfield. SIXTH ROW: Tim Justice, Frances Ann Hatfield, Clyde Lester, Betty Harman, Larry Hamrick, Barbara Fox I9 00' ,Q Q5 'T I 'H 4- Y 'T s JY r, A , k-5 ' -4 fe, -2 r Q- 7' A' H. y 8 il .AL Ibn -ty XV' l ...N , ' I ' 1 ..- 'av -1, Q- -5- Y -9' lx- xf. X "" , T , Al si 5 , ir If Q " " If is ju-.Q 'r 'af' '14 X I-.. .l , '-' 'T' 15' ' "' 5' sn .ll ' D' xg' 3, ug! P X g X xl ll 1 Milli 4 U- 40- V, 4' .Q 5 --35' ,TQ .. p 15,7 '. 3" f- I , . - I N-Q ' X 'V Q rw Q 5- A ' - 'MW 'J' l , 7 r fx I FIRST ROW: Ronald Wilson, Violet Stanley, Earl Trent, Patty Mitchell, jerry Rose, Shelby Stacy. SECOND ROW: Sue Musick, Herschel Picklesimer, Millie Manuel, jerry Perry, Delores Spencer, C Smith. THIRD ROW: Thomas Scarberry, Lois Walls, Roy Thompson, Nell Mullins, Ronnie Robertson, joan White. FOURTH RCW: Nancy Mitchell, Gloria Mays, Carol Picklesimer, Helen Musick, Elizabeth West, Sheila Walker. arl L , ,gfbl ff 4, fy , f f ai f , , f ff QV! j, 4 f f ffaff X! X f j f K f Z ,, f , ., a f f I ,Q , A, ff O X f f ff f f, ff .f 1 V f ,J ,,.,, , f ,V My M! 4 ' f X v ff 'H-sw ..,,f 7 , .V In xg-ig " Eighth Grade " 'f .vi ' if? 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I, Helen Hatfield, will all my worn out typewriter erasers to Mr. Preston, providing that he will loan them to whomsoever shall ask for them, regardless of race, color, or grade. I, Junior Browning, will my ability to keep up with Mrs. Margaret Hatfield in our "verbal wars" to anyone with nerve enou h to try it. I, Peggy Ann Browning, wil my skating ability to anyone who doesn't mind falling. I, Danny Cline, will my seat beside the door to anyone who wants to get out first. I, Pearl Cisco, will my love for "hillbilly" music to Mr. Gentry. I, Kenneth Daniels, will my seat in the Senior Class to anyone who likes to sit by flirty girls. I, Victoria Browning, will my blond hair to the junior girls so they won't have to buy any more bleach. I Richard Ferrell, will my "high pitched" voice to Mr. Goff. I: Josephine Cline, will my complexion to someone with hair to match it. I, Billy jack Grubb, will my small feet to Bobby Wilson. I, Lois jean Coleman, will my ability to finish school to my husband, Ray. I, Gail Haney, will my quiet personality to brother Bill so he will behave. I, Lucille Cline, will my dark hair to Anna Mae Layne so she won't have to dye hers. I, Carlyle Hatfield, will all my classes to the juniors. I, Norma Dotson, will my "giggles" to Mrs. Estelle Ellis so that she may stay as happy as her husband. I, Daniel Hatfield, will my hunting ability to George Ellis, hoping he can kill more deer than he has in the past. I, Dimple Ellis, will my love for piano players to Dean Lockard. I, Charlie Jarrell, will my love for Mr. Phipps' classes to Patty Harless, hoping she will take them in years to come. I, Joan Hatfield, will my height to Charlene Trent, hoping she will grow more. I, Jerry Lester, will my ability to act "dumb" to Tommy Hope. I, Shelba Hatfield, will my ambition to be a referee to Joe Hatfield, since he has better qualifications for it. Q I, Edward Moore, will my se at in shorthand class to anyone with nerve enough to venture in. I, Maxie Hilbert, will my ability to hook a tall, handsome basketball player to Shirley Cline. I, jimmy Scarberry, will my ability to get through two years of typing to my brother, Thomas. I, Charles Taylor, will my acting ability to the best looking boy in the junior class. I, Loretta Lester, will my love for Marines to my sisters, Carolyn and "Honey". I, Lewis Tramel, will my seat in World History to some unsuspecting sophomore. I., Jimmy White, will my temper to my Uncle "Gene". I, Onedia Matney, will all my love to my hubby who is in the Air Force and to my darling little junior. I, Patricia Ann Hope, will my love for school to anyone who wants it. I, Mildred Mullins, will my cheerleading to Shelby Wilson, hoping she will get to be cheerleader next ear. I, Ilfirginia Neace, will my determination to graduate to anyone who is thinking of dropping out of school. 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' 21:15-Z' i?9',,H5li '-1 apf' QV 5 lk' Q 3 Z - l I 1- - - ,.., A9 -!"i rv Y am" -A I J ff' Class Prophecy 196 Well, here it is 1965 already. I must see if Ihave everything packed and in apple-pie order, for I wouldn't miss Gilbert's homecoming game for anything. It's so hard to believe that Gilbert has a football team and everything. Oh dear, I almost forgot. It wouldn't do for me to forget my reservations. I'll just hop into my car and be there in no time. Oh! oh! I'm almost out of gas. Hmmm. There's a filling sta- tion up ahead. I do hope they're not closed. Oh, what a handsome attendant! Well, if it isn't Kenneth Daniels. You've built up quite a business here, Ken. I-Nhat? You say you're in partnership with Billy jack Grubb? Wonderful! Say hello to Billy for me. So long! I'm feeling quite hungry. Ithink I'll just stop in here for a bite to eat. Wow! What cute waitresses! They look awfully familiar, though. Who? Josephine Cline and Mildred Mullins? The years certainly haven't changed you two. Goodbye, I'll stop in and see you very soon. Golly, these new super highways re ally cut your driving time in half. I guess we have eng- ineer jerry Lester to thank for that. There should be more like him. Would you believe it? I'm almost there now. What a large town! It certainly doesn't look the same as it did ten years ago. Well, there's the old Alma Mater. I'll just park my car here and walk the rest of the way. Oh, excuse me. Ididn't see you coming arotmd the corner. Did Ihurt anything? Why, Charley jarrell! It's good to see you. What? You're the Professor of Chemistry, Physics, and Aeronautics here? Well, good for you. I always knew you'd get some good out of Mr. Phipps' classes. I'll see you at the game. Goodbye, Oh, I'm at the dormitory already. I'll just see if the house mother's anywhere about. Yoo, hoo! Anybody here? Pearl Cisco! You're the prettiest house mother I've seen for a long time. Like to show me my room? Thanks. Oh, I see I have a roommate. Why, PeggyBrowning! It's good to see you again. What are you doing these days? You dont' mean you married the American ambassador to Denmark? Gee. I think I'll just sort of explore the campus. See you later. Oh, this must be the men's dorm over to my left. Goodness, someone is certainly straining his vocal chords on the Alma Mater! Oh, no! It's Danny Cline, with Delmas Browning, jimmy Scarberry, and Lewis Tramel adding their two cents' worth to make it a barbershop quartet! Gee, nearly everyone in our class of '55 is here for the big game. Oh, that poor fellow! just look at all the girls clustering around him just to get his autograph. Stand back, girls! Give him air! Wow! It's Charles Taylor, who just finished making his latest movie, "Sands of the Sahara", and there's his agent, Carlyle Hatfield. What a pair! Hey, girls, wait for me! Golly, what a crowd! Hi, Genevieve Trent. You say you're from the New York Times and you're here to cover the story of the big game with sports editor, jimior Browning? Lots of luck! Goodbye, everyone! See you at the game. Sw"" llHl s of -- 0 Z x S MZ X X dll s ' Mg Ez Ir , Q V11-' Z' S X 2 Oh, my goodness! l've misplaced my purse. I'm sure Ihad it a minute ago. Ica.n't find it anywhere, though. Help! Police! Missing pocketbook! Wow! Oh, hello, officer. Hey! Gail Haney! How long have you been a cop? Well, here are the facts. Ilost my purse somewhere! Oh, do help me find lt! Wal, "fry mah hide effen it ain't Ed Moore and James Shull". They done bought awhole flock of ranches out in Texas, and they were drivin' their cattle to the market when they decided to stop and see the game. Hey, boys! You'd better move those steers out of the road. They're blocking traffic! I think I'll drive around town. There are so many new buildings, Isometimes wonder how they ever found a place to put them. Look at that sign! Art.hur Murray Dance Studios. Iwonder who the teachers are. I'll go in and inquire. Who? Betty Surber, Lucille Cline, and Lois Coleman! No wonder so many people are standing in line in front of the studio. Ooh! What darling dresses! I must go in there and see their exquisite clothes. Don't tell me! Pat- riciaHope, Dimple Ellis, and joan Hatfield are models in that beautiful dress shop. They've all three been a big success from coast to coast. Now I'm coming to the residential section of town. Goodness! What lovely houses. My! But every- one here seems to be doing fine. Richard Ferrell, the great orator, lives there and Onedia Matney lives right next door to him. That must be Virginia Neace with all those cute children. Oh, what a darling mansion. Really? Maxie Hilbert lives there and in between watching her husband play ball, Maxie has written three published novels. Ialways knew she was smart for some reason. And there's Norma Jean Dot- son, Vicky Browning, and Loretta Lester coming out of that cute white house. Those guys must have re- turned from Korea. Gracious, it's almost time for the game to start. Wow! I'm breathless. Ihope I'm not too late. Oh, there's the famouslawyer, Daniel Hatfield, giving the star players their awards. jim White, afamous sports announcer, is up there in the broadcasting booth. It's almost time for the game, but first the Mayor of Gilbert will give his speech, and there's his secretary, Shelba Hatfield, faithfully taking notes. Well, here come the players. Come on, Gilbert! Win this game just for the dear old class of '55, Yea, Rah! Touchdown! Mercy! Here it is the second half already. Oh, oh! Some player on the field is injured. There goes a doctor to examine him. Golly! It's Jack Bartram and the sight of blood doesn't seem to phase him a bit. Hurray! We won the game! Oh, I'm so happy! Now our whole class will go to a reunion party tonight, where we'll all be busy discussing everything t.hat's happened in the last ten years. Gee--won't Ihave lots to tell all those nurses when I get back to the Hospital! 's ' Q4 ., ,. Q Ni ' e 5 1 -' N 1 I f n ' ata-' "" ff 'X 'H H I ' ""'0"' Anu- 34 .jf 'Su- nxv' r .-ss. .L ,gal E' .G g?5S Q 5' 9? X P ...I 3 . -Z' F 5 -: I.-Y. '-gylrfh .-Q! 4, I - 5 . -. L.-. D ' 2521. ' ':. . 12' -.- 1 . 5: Y o,' - ",x'. .':-'I - . r -'.. 9 . - '-: :bfi ,ij . .:.',: zafi: ' Z I-,Fu ',' I ,g "Qui, 1,1 - - Ly:- J ... ex! J'.. ,- .47 X21 A L-Q? :ru-I . " iv 1' 5' Fifi: ' l Q' gf f" U, ' G' A' .f 1, .o. tif u I'-I fit :'-.s-'. "2 " :Mn -if ' ' L-M' Page 1 february 10, 1255 e MUSICAL PLAY SELECTED A mus lass of GHS has 'Hollda ual class play, by the WR' by Jack Ball in the GHS It is a comedy and 29. wetting of the The ln View Sanl ection of Mrs ients of the ington, D. C 'ioue laugh- tive of the nters around two nd two doctors and aaortment of mental pa- uding some of the lead- f the town. The play xx -ou will be hilarious at of the characters. n ,lay will be presented Marcl .,, 26, in the high school auditorium and it will be under the Kansas City, of local rea GHS participated program. The charac Captain Carver of Ship, Wilford Cline, Aubrey Goff: Singapt Mounts: Shipwreck Hatfield: First Mate, rellg Panama Hattie, Calkutta Kate, e the kg, Froman, Audrev tha ual Dance, een HH? ing in sa Mra igh May x Phi? ert Mario lyn H8 The Harmon, yg, Trent, who the oott, Ma 552 recr ian Sue Music Chur ist, Bob L SN-OQJOSKN The . 333569 Scot for adult' 0 the , .f , :ami 9990 Q' Raw zzz: tame: noon. fC.JQ ea, exg Q chgeiggg hog: Si 0 .5PWyUUYL may wen G O - ga ' t e Band. Th, '9 'RO -1J0Y0d by all chu: nrletmas and shoveled whg attent 0 coal into the basement. Class Histor As we Seniors of 1955 look into our futi.u'e, we see many happy days ahead of us, and as we look into our past, we have wonderful memories. How well we remember the fall of 1949 when we first walked into G.H. S. We were told to assemble in the auditorium and there we were di- vided into two sections. Miss Martha Williams wu sponsor of the Asection and Mr. William Preston was sponsors of B section. 'I'his was also the first year at G.H. S. for both our sponsors, so, soon we were feeling more at home. We were then told to fill out a schedule. "Gee whiz, what's that?" we asked. Well, we finally "learned the ropes" the hard way and we began to really love "Old G.H. S. " Then, too, we began to distinguish ourselves in G.H. S. by electing Patricia Hope as the Halloween Carnival Princess this year. The following fall, we were very happy to have reached the eighth grade, where we spent another wonderful year in G.H.S. Nothing very notable happened but we felt more at home and learned our way around. The next fallwhen we went into G.H. S., we were much braver and happier because this year we were in our last year of junior High School. Dimple Ellis and Pat Hope were cheerleaders. We were slowly, but surely, making ourselves a place in Gilbert High School. The next summer passed quickly andbefore long we were in Senior High School. The Sopho- more "Kid Day" is a day that we shall never forget. The girls with their pigtails and dolls, the boys with t.heir guns and cowboy outfits, the picnic, played a part in giving us a wonderful day. Victoria Browning was selected as the girl that looked more like a six year old that day and jim White won the boy's price. Patricia Hope and Dorsel Smith were elected as Halloween Carnival King and Queen this year. We were all more than ever proud to be a member of our class. The next year was our "slave-year". With both sections combined, we worked day after day at selling candy, Christmas cards, stationary, and everything that would make us an extra penny. We had a wonderful banquet for the Seniors this year. "ln Old Mexico", the theme of the ban- quet, the gay Seniors and Senoritas, the guitars, the very attractive trellis across one endofthe gym, and the music by the Concord Commanders all enabled us to have a wonderful and memor- able evening. Another event in oin' junior year that we shall never forget is our junior play. The play was a three-act mystery comedy and was enjoyed by everyone. The cast included: Charles Taylor, Dimple Ellis, Maxie Hilbert, Roxie Lester, JackBartram, I-lelenHatfield, Genevieve Trent, Dewey Matney, and jerry Lester. This was to date, our grandest year. Now we are Seniors and we are very proud that we are members of such a wonderful class. Mr. William Preston and Mr. Wilford Cline are our sponsors. Our class officers are: Genevieve Trent, President, junior Browning, Vice-President, Josephine Cline, Secretary, Charlie jarrell, Treasurer, and Helen Hatfield, Norma Dotson., jack Bartram, and Shelba Hatfield are our Student Council representatives. Our Senior Play "A-Feudin' Over Yonder", is one that we shall long remember. The play revolved around a feud between two hillbilly families in the Ozark Mountains. The cast included: Lucille Cline, joan Hatfield, Maxie Hilbert, Hellen Hatfield, Jack Bartram, Junior Browning, Genevieve Trent, Dimple Ellis, Jerry Lester, Charlie Jarrell, Charles Taylor, Carlyle Hatfield, Loretta Lester, Betty Surber, and Shelba Hatfield. We seniors are now looking forward to our senior trip, our junior-Senior Banquet, the day when we shall graduate and many other things that happen only once in a lifetime. Yes, it is fine to look back into our past at our many experiences, but it is wonderful to look into our future at the many glorious things that lie ahead of us. P 415 MR ' I I , , is lrll. GY. , , lumen- l ,115 Hussain 2 5 4 . , -uzninu ,F silfulf , ,f lb- an , V - 'nun 'uh 36 f f f f 1 xii S SPCDRTS Reading Left to Right: junior Browning, Jim Montgomery, jim Lester, Mervil Perry, Joe Hatfield, Ralph Stolze, Kenny Hill, Harry Kegley, Ernest Cline, and Clayton Cline. Absent when the picture was taken was Darell Davis. QCenterl Mr. Pierce Fox. 'Y 1-rn 'ing F 4. W' 4 7 5 WW' ' ll-- ,f,m if My H , f-'?' Q , A 4, , 'B ,gy . Nui 4 1 lj? G Junior Basketball li :Qc g T' if , A V n' s QA, Q' Q LITTLE LIONS FIRST FIVE, Left to Right: Mike Christian Dalian Hatfield, Bobby Cline, Tommy Ferguson Ralph justice. 39 Baskvllmll Queen 0f'l'il'l' Slam fl' 4 V Chorus - -N ..,Q ,N X OFFICERS President, Shelba jean Hatfield, Vice-Presi- dent, Helen Hatfield, Secretary, Genevieve Trent, Treasurer, Josephine Cline. A ational Honor ociet The National Honor Society was organized in 1943-44. Nineteen members were initiated into the society the first year. Each year since, those students having the requirements in scholarship, leadership, citizenship, character, and service are taken in. This year, Mrs. MargaretHatfield is the club advisor and there are eigh- teen members. The Junior Honor Society, which is open to students in Junior High School, was organized in 1953 with Mrs. Martha Smith as their advisor. Students who are eligible for it must have a B average. 1 OFFICERS President Alfred Duba5Vice-President, Jim- my Trent, Secretary, Ruth Hatfield, Treas- urer, Patty Harless. Future Homemakers of America The Future Homemakers of America was organized in 1950 with Mrs. Estelle Ellis as sponsor. The purpose of the club is to train girls to be better homemakers. There are two clubs now at GHS. The senior high club has 20 members and the junior high club, which was started this year, has 24 members. OFFI C ERS President ----------- ----------- ViCe-President of Projects ------------- -- --- ViCe-Px-esident of PubliC REIHUODS ---------- --- Vice-President of Parliamentary Procedure Vice-President of Music and Recreation ----- --- Secretary ------- -------- ----------- ---- - - - Treasurer- ---- -------- - --- ----- ----- Historian ---- S EN IO R -Jean Highlander -- -Carol Dawson --- -Olena McCoy ---- -Vicky Browning-- - -Lois jean Coleman Shelba Ferrell ---- -Lorraine Brown --- -Norma jean Dotson ---- .... 42 I U N I O R -Ruth Hatfield -Shirley Toler -Patty Harless -Lisha Cline -Anita Buchanan -Nancy Mitchell -Greta Cline -Beverly Trent ludcnl Council The Student Council of Gilbert High School is one of our most active organizations under the leadership of Lowell Phipps, who has been sponsor of the council since 1944. The council was organized several years prior to that time byW. I. Chafin, a former principal. The council organizes patrols, assists in keeping order, sponsors assemblies, and does everything possible to help make our school a better school. OFFICERS President, Jack Bartramg Vice-President, Helen Hatfield, Secretary - Treasurer, Shelba Hatfield. Future Teachers of inc-rica OFFICERS President, Dimple Ellis, Secretary- Treasurer, Joan Hatfield, Historian, Helen Hatfield, Parliamentarian, Shelba Hatfield, Song Leader, Lois Coleman. The Gilbert Chapter of the Future Teachers of America was installed March 10, 1954, by the Matewan F. T. A. Club. This club was named the Gil-Hi Club and was under the sponsorship of Mrs. Mamie Browning and Mrs. Ann Phipps. With its twelve charter members the first year, the club progressed very well. The Future Teachers, still under the leadership of Mrs. Browning and Mrs. Phipps, is active again this year and is rapidly making itself a place in Gilbert High School. 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