Gladewater High School - Bears Tale Yearbook (Gladewater, TX)

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P A an ideals for forever 1,1-ue, X e ,fro on to victory! 9 . 0 H ' Y. . U . V An . . J... full' heartls 1 xxlhite and -B , ei if qt 2 gf' b qod fa . pg.-,,-'if' 1,..f',g,E, , . LL- . xf J, LAS. - . V X 4 3 4,4-f, J gi ..1AA ,Q-, Q ' ALMA MATER Words and Music by Cothburn lhdison 0'Neal ANLG asm, 3. 33- ,Q 3.3 ' itil? hw H W-fpfign A fs 'LF VW' W f.H.Ei.,1 ,Hjg f p'i?iJJ1, ' gf 44 FFLi ,H nal, Wggl 4 13933 1'-2" x Wfdff 1g TFEfFF ,,.,fg1.i-if if I iltil 1. 51552 my ua? b h 'L P F E - 4 4 w 4 ' 1 ' If 1 V , Bas-Reliqf , , , , 3, -0 . . ,.., , b . , 211 . V , 'if ' '-rqggf -is L ' tr., " ' ' 'O .. '. I fe:--1 , ., ' , --, ax 'Q' ry 1.- fl ..". ' ww". .-., 4 Q .. A 1 .ffl 4 ' VI ':i,Ej' 1,Q I ' F! 34 - .sW.x.: 4-- I' QV, 1 f ,.. , , .- - 1' 'P f 2 1 J L 1 4 -1 K V ,HV , ,,,., ,W ,. ve.-,V nn I UK .,. W-, w, Y- y. 1- f 'A G-F " ."T' ::',':5'-'L'-Z" ,H -- Y -hz' f' - ' ."""sw'm 'vihfau .SL-eng ' H 5 .N I The Aww if fum Bearfs Tale ffl! 1942 Pb1hdA 1lyBy URDER 0F BO0KS If I BO0K B00K I ll , k.' Administration Classes I B0oK III 4 Favorites j B00K B00K t IV V gpm-ts Ilrganizatlols Bears' Tale Representative in Who's Who, Most Valuable Edit0r'rs Note 'A' The Bears' Tale Staff of 1942 has attempted to record in words and pictures a complete portrayal of the school life of the students in the Gladewater lun- ior-Senior High School. A The original plan was to build the book around the theme of our contribution to the defense of Democracy. With the events of December 7, 1941, and the declaraf tion of war on the following day it was deemed wise to take a more aggressive point of view. In spitef of the. many rapid changes we have attempted to keep abreast of those affecting our school system. May you find pleasure in examining its pages, and in the future may it arouse fond memories of pleasant friendships and worthy activities. Audrey lean Cloud Member of Staff N Jwwf j x x 1 hx W M mm! , . ,. F Si ,X QQ X s 5 5 ' ' J 7 ,Q My P A 5 'R f C Q 2 l I i , fi ...Q 3 .- Q . 1'- 2 ,f Q 4 W' " . Yfifi. NUR - A 7 .1 . f 'iw- ii: gg L viii - Q -. fb Throughout their history Americans have exemplified a profound love for freedom. Early in the seventeenth century the first colonists left their native lands to search for a place where they might live without op- pression. The next century saw their descendants engaged in the American Revolution in order that life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness might be preserved. Now a great world war is being waged to insure the four freedoms listed by President Roosel velt: freedom of speech and religion, freedom from want and fear. We as Americans realize that our way of living has evolved from this love and desire for freedom. There- fore, to the American Way Of Life we dedicate the 1942 edition of Bears' Tale. , . THE BEA!-:sf TALE -E+ Student, Staff Audrey lean Cloud . .... Editor Lucile Childs . Associate Editor Leola Thompson . . Business Manager , Frank Lawrence . 4 . Statt, Photographer , Boles, lames l-logue, Roberta Christmas, Mary Charlene Odell, Raymond i Cow en, Billy Pierson, Billy T T Dodson, Kenneth Sowell, Dennie lean Dunagan, Frank Timms, Betsy Lou Edwards, Marcia Lee Trumbull, Gene Cvulley, Clyde Sharp, Billy Wood, Ethelyn ' Faculty Sponsors C. L. York, Director - Gertrude Pudig . Garland :Button . Thomas E. Collier Chas E. Woodson y , This book is the product ot the Gladewater High Sdhool in cooperation with the High School Print Shop Sponsored by the N. Y. A. and T. Srl. Chas. E. Woodson, Director of Printing C. L. York, Director of Photography and Bears' Tale Member Texas High School Press Association -f -' Ax ' x xr g A class hears the declaratiogm of war by the President .x Y . Q -, X . , ,, Batik 0110 Back row: Phillips, Kendall, Clark, Hunter ' Q front Row: Folsom, Kincaid, Reeves. ard of Education ' Herbert Hunter, Pfresulent l Loyce Phillips - A H. A. Clark A ll ' Homer Reeves H. L. Kendall - . 7 A. A. Folsom 4Glenn Kincaid H Mr. 'Gene Ames and Mr. P. O. Teter also served on the Board duringthis year but resigned due to removal from the district. , t ' ' We the students of Gladewater Junior - Senior High .School wish to express our appreciation to-these men who give so graciously of their time and thoughts to the improvement of our school and community. , v ,. ' X I . Q9hJ'nai5mg,S1ddsan mcgE:hwnh,C1W' t Bod? 5ch001 den alan igidewlter T0f'5 claaewfoer' FgEMdmNN?L gfNmnE:ffs WG,ggf,,y'LLv "..'L'1""........'3?ZfEF wru.uu4 s-mom , , , A'-T0 'MTUM ""'M"M"""" Qfazfswabsz gunaoz-csasnwz clfcgg gagoof """""""""' , "Training for Effective Cilizmahin' gfadzwaiu, Una: April 9, 1942 J.I.TlAUGH.BER Prhcibll To the Students Civilization is its course with yet without any A storm may come of Gladewater High School: like a vine, which creeps forward, altering no apparent cause, sometimes growing downward, doubt that the general trend is always upward. and flatten the vine but with warm sunshine food, and water, it will rise again. We, the free people of' America, are determined that we shall rise at Pearl Harbor in Australia, in industry, in our schools and everywhere. A ,t s orm has hit us but we are not down and most certainly we shall rise higher and hi h g er until our land is free of every danger. You, the students of Gladewater High School, are living in a period in which the most radical change the world has ever ex- perienced may be revealed before your very eyes. Lon t b g-es a lished institutions, political, social, and cultural, are now being contested on every hand. You, the masters of tomorrow's civili- zation, shall play the star role in the greatest drama the United States has ever seen-Wwill We Win The Peace After We Ha W The WBI?' VB on We must make every sacrifice necessary to win the war and the peace To do tri we must ro . . s, ' p duo any generation that has ever lived A Christian character and a spirit man will be your greatest asset in Again I leave the thought with you -you take from it and you will be a P. S. April l7th- Since the above e, save, and work more than through a war period. of service for your fellow the days that lie ahead. - give more to the world than happy and successful individual. Very cordially yours wwf F. C. McConnell Superintendent of Schools letter was written Uncle S am has ordered me to report for active duty in the United States Army A' C s - ' lT orpo. I am going into a world that is strange to me and I shall do my best to render all the service I can for you. F. C. Mc. Capt. F. C. McConnell Superintendent A. B. CAPERS A. F. CAMPBILI. HAZEL POND!-R Tu Ansar-Collector Supevhut of Supplin BOOKKMDCI' F. C. llc00NNBLL Superlnxmdmt 'gazcfswabsz amaze Cienega 'vfrllnhu for Effective Clliadilp' gfaduualu., gum May 12, 1942 To the Students of'G1adswater High School: The splendid way you have rallied to the adjustments made in the changing personnel of the High School, that affects you so vitally, is evidence that the high morale you main- tain will carry you through this period of chaotic change. It is a privilege, for which I am humbly grateful, to be able to work for your interests these last few weeks of school. For those of you that return to these revered halls of learning next year, may you realize that within your heart and minds the torch of light burns for America of tomorrow. Be true to it by your industry and loyalty. To those of you who leave, my pfayers go with you for Di- vine guidance and protection in a world aflame. To all of you for your expressed confidence, I am, Appreciatively yours, mid in Mrs. F. C. McConnell Acting Superintendent U Quuwvjfglt WJH QPF, up Qt:-f5',,cc0'A'x nw. 0 W ox, Q oi xx sono a ' 5 90 955599 Muaeniameti v qs 563-9A5e"5x'e GV fi 'i g W N My QWWHXKQXD VW F. C. MKDNNELL SUDCHWQGBC MARGARET MILL!!! ' Registrar ' WILLIAM STAGES Director of Athletics 1. 1. TRAUGHBER Pdndhil MANEITB IXAKE Supervhorsr. H. S. WILLIAM NEBUT Supervisor Jr. H. S. ALTO TATUM Director o1B nr' QLLWQLE1 gwziov,-A'srzio'c fl To the Students of 'Tninhu for Effexxive Citismlhip' Y gfazlaumtn guna April s, 19l,2 Gladewater Junlor Senlor High School in the most drastic changes that You are obviously experienc g the world has ever known Durlng these days when the terrors of war have reached almost every nation 1n the would, you should strive to develop mental and spiritual preparedness t it genuineness, truth- Honesty, straightforwardness, 1n egr y, fulness, and courage are the crlteria by which you may adapt yourselves to these changes It is my belief that these K characteristics have been so instilled into your lives that you can face the days to come and share with others the ideals for which you stand tulations to the sponsors and staff members who h ave Congra ublication of this outstanding yearbook I shared 1n the will preserve life and be a in both class P tuate the memories of your high school and perpe constant rem1nder of your achievements atta1ned and extra curricular activities Very sincerely yours, '61 Szzjvc 5g?5'5Lkf J .I Traughbe wlhg S7 pu Pr1nc1pal . O B . ' . t -e-. Zabjllpv 'TM HB . . .l PII, fir , 'Hieh Student Bo Q 5 Q1 ad.'atG adb'3teP, Texg Sbb"l 8 W 1 I. Trauqhber Principal H ff fi , v-x,g41- ,, N nm. -Ma, . .mfksiis ...LH Mr. A. F. Campbell Mr. I. W. Beavers Business Manager Tax Assessor-Collector Mr. A. B. Capers Mr. Capers in office His office force General 0ffiee -h , I , , Miss Hazel Ponder Miss Mary Ann Burkett Cafeteria 1 I Miss Lynn Howe Ni V Eight o'c1ock in the morning X. e Frances Smith ' Mannette Leake B. A., W. T. S, T. C. M. A., Univ. of T. ' 1935-1942 Secretaries ii' Docia B kei 1 E fr Yi 4 I - , 1 i Margaret Miller .i 1 . :B.S.,:E.T.S.T.C. . "1 1941-1942 SliPl5!l4vi'S0l'S William Nesbitt i i I r High Supervisor I M. E. 8: B. S. Univ. of T. 1939-1942 Navigation Instructor in Naval Air Corps ' 1 ff N l 1 w i 1 t i N i i 'Our money buys war bonds and stamps qs ,gan 1 hw 1 nlih qzpv i V ' " 7771,-M' all Ruth B. Aston Bama S. Binion Minnie E. Aycock Jr. and Sr. lligll English English. M.A., Texas University MA., Columbia Uni. B.S., E.T.S.T.C. B.A., N.T.S.T.fT. B--M Trinity Uni. 1939-1942 English III Q 1933-1942 1939-1942 Mrs. Ollie B. Woodell Mabel F. Easterly Jr. High Language Art! - lmnmgxzlngv Arts ll1.l1'. lilull ILA., S.l-l.S.T.C. l4.S.. l+I,'l'.S.'I'.l'. 1935-1942 1929-11142 if P 9 ' . .fn Oieta Ricketts Soc. Sci. and Lang. Arts I RS.. N.T.SiT.C. 1935-1942 13.4 1 English B.A. Texas 1935-1942 A ' 1 , 1 4 Reba Perry Art and Ililllglllili-U' AVIS University ' BA., Su-phi-11 112 Austin ' Stnte 1'u1ffl-..-1,- ftnllege . 1934-194.2 MMA eff' :WY Amelie Severin lflnglish I, Jr. Speech, and Auditorium HA. Texas University 1'z::3-1942 A 'ine Arts Irene Carter Speech I and ll, Ping. II A-B., N.T.gA'l'.Q'. Henrietta M. Tallant 1939-1942 Music ll, Choral, Glee Club ILM.. l-taylor College 11:36-1942 'F I I , I , ff W , 'K 4 .i i, ffi7mQl-F ' ' 1 f I L 4,1-, f I W Alto Tatum Mrs. Louise Hicks 321110 H 1 V Noble O. Collins xz-vs I, ll. sm Crafts E-36Aiqiffl BW' I-L--L' ' Music Junior High is MA., mam. llni. ' 1 - us., N.'1'.s,'r.c. H1537-lflif Science, General Math, i Scie U. Horace L. Whitten , liiulouy mul Hillbilly Rand lVl..fX. Texas Vniversily ILA.. Ouachita, Arkuxlel- phia, Ark. 'lilllil-I!!-12 Iames H. Crisp General Math in B.S., N.T.S.T'.C. 19411-1942 Jr. High C. Physics, Bezifs Tale, am' Photngruphy 1g,A4' I-mylar University 1939-1942 Harwell H. Iones General Science .x.u. ae M...x., .-x 1.1. vm. 1939-1942 ,.i-5 A Emmetie B. Wallace Thomas E..Co11ier M..-X.. Tr-ms l'uiv4-x-sin' General Mat'h'and Science 11--Xu 1.5.3-1.,r I'im-vi-sixty M.A., Texas University , QW lull-1942 . 1937-1942 athematies rim 'ily . if Gussie McClellan M.,-X. Texas Ifniver-wiry f Sr. High Math 1931-1942 lane Loveless Genie-ral Math BNA., 'I'.S.l'.XV, WMWWQ 'W Spring: 1942 sf H. W. Cross limi. Math. Jr. Rusiness MA. 'l'vx:i.s Univovsily I!.A.. I'I.'I'.S.'I'.lT. 1935!-12542 X03 o5JX Oo lack W. Mears Swain D. Phillips A1g'l'hl'21 I, Counseling :md Algebra and Geometry Study Hull M.S, and HS.. l'1.'I'.S.Tf HA.. S.T.S.T.C, 1932-1942 MGX. M HA., Texas Vni, 1935!-1942 f f Math-Science -:- onffifimaking Spanish tillibfl f JM' Bernice G. Hicks f HA., Texas University Anne Spencer Sicence ce' Gen' Math English and Latin 'pl ' M.A., N.'1'.s.'1'.C. B.A., T.S.C.NV. 1935-1942 f. -Q1 '-. 1 Chiia Sheppard Neil Victory Iessie Mae Lassiter Synumislx l and II Home-ma.kin.gi.iClothingb Hom-emaking I, II, T11 M.,x,, T.s.L:,w. HS.. T.S-C-W- QFOOGQH r-:.,x.. '1'.s.c.w., Nail 1935-1942 1-Ls., Ic.'i'.s.T.C. 1939-1942 Vni vvrsiity of Mvxico 1835!-1812 1.1 .IJ F VR I ' .V Commercial llepartmenta Willrnan G. Button K i Physical Education i E ' Emily Claire, Fergusori - 'Fyping and Iicmkkfze-pins: B, A'Univeg-sity 0fTexag- HH- "1-'V-SAT f'- M. A., E. T, s. T. c. 151,51-11:42 1g36,,1g42 .- Doyle Preston Physi-wil lidimniion ILS., N.'l'.S.T.C. Eleanor R. Secretari I and Typing B.S., N.T.S.T.C. 1941-1942 4' ' 'fl - 1 .. V 4 . A '1 .1-, .i-.-.-ifllzlilgx Jinhx... . Robert W. Chambers Journ. II, Bus. Eng. and Com. Law B.S., N,T.S.T.C. 194-1-1942 B.J. Uni. of Mo. Burns al Training Nena Mae Frazier Gir1's Physical Education B.S., Texas Tech. 1935-1942 V loe Taylor and lohn Mings take over the athleiic program , .' ..-.'-Q . ' .r Di V ...........-.-Q.-,.f.,.....J V .U-.1 , P N , fija if x. QA? X 1 fn , . iii , I y 'S . K wx. ,, 516.11-, xx in JE 11, 1.3: 1 IUIHL "4-ZZ y....-... ...N ....a................K H-W mf. - F59 4. , . 1, ,qi '13 Q A ence ,- 15fi?7s:'.12L:5. ' PLE. J ' .,W,, , , I i , x . 5 i Q I . 1 i r 3 f VV'i11iam E. Stages World History and Coacn B.S., Texas A A: M College 1939-1942 G 3 , l 1 I v 3 ? E A f E K i A Lena Parkhill Amarican Hislory B.S., Sam Houston S.T.l 1935-1942 N. Frances bu1e A American :xml Texas Hisflfry. Economics, and Civics l4.A. Texas University 1931-1942 , -,.i E , 5 5 r K ..a4. i -L 5 ggi: Q1-gg' 1 4. we-.1-2-5 ' -2 ff? 1 f gf'-gf'?3 w Q , L 1 .I 1 ' 01:-r, - gf, ' '75 1: 4 13, 3 f iifffj' 1, ' -: 5-4'- 255533 fl, ,f'jif'z91.-'zsrees f ,- H , Gwmde pu.-no + .13 .5 A Jumor I-hgh Librarian in L. S., Emory Uni- , za. .x .. Bu ylor University : ,. Nia: A 11442 u A , ,W -I , A g,5j12'9Ki3j1,5.'Q,,-Sai?I-IL-TX ,HbQf.f,?.' " fry, . 1-ay: H5241-r,-gzufi u lg -x Leila. Campbel? mrmor Hzgf. 1.1 KA., 'ETSU 'if-ii? Carolina M. Watkins .hx High Social Science Fiji, N.T.S.T.C. WU "WP w Industrial rts For H. .. 1941-194 Iohn T. Snodgrass Lab. of lml. II CWoodJ R.S., E.T.S.T.C. 194-1-1942 t 7? H ,Q Q J fdMi"f?7'f.,j.".U R 32? S TL K ,ax Auf. ss mf Q T,5m-mcig 5 A ' 3 ' ' " -Q, Q , 'R K' 2? e' fl 4 I ...K Zigfjiilr' I 1 K A ' 5--1: 3 5, Q - --f I if fl 1 ' 3 f . . I 1 f , 'MQ J - - 7 Hhiiflr . will i 2 il .... n ' ' I ' iw v ' f--W . ' . I -m n l -g :L 'xl' W-af A -' .5 M , - is 1 ' U""i:T Af" dSf I ' f 1 'Q-A M 5 35 Lk ' Fishermen Three.- C. P. Vickery Voc. Agri. I 8: II, Adult QW-lm, Morrls Dalby Classes I and II Technical Drawing and M.S., Texas'A 8: M College .Ir-. High Shop B.S., Ala Polytech Inst. B S, E.T.S.T.C. 1938- 1942 1909-1942 We give our man power Book Two Sixteen INFORMATION TO PARENTS OF PROSPECTIVE GRADUATES: Ghdewater High School one t, ' I d up t 11 plan and the non-college en?-ang or gm ua n- he no 'ess out Reggirements Q5 Graduation.-Ccllegs Imtnnce Plan Nm' RD INFORMATION CA Year 194 -L-1, -gt School Uiaivvcigiiil .Mlm 'rms wan Aamsf if ff I DawL7b- un? Absent E1 Q Ta.. Pexiodi Yen i L Jf':'PS.N -. . 1 I aj-,sux ':,-- 2 f' ?uT3f'7g 'li , 3 1 "' 2 f m' 1 - 2 ' "" 5 ' N Rf 'Eau 6 qmmmrr 3 3 X f S -1- 4 ' PAGE ....,-f- F CREDITS RANSCRIPT 0 QUFST Fox T Q we-ul Q RE . Q, TEAcr1ER's TERM REPORT Cfw ff? 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N - 'MW H Aw.,-:--,s.-irg 'M - 'I --,. ,. .. ,, ,A Y-..,V - ,M .amy 5-:FZ-r Ear.. . We collect paper and ether salvage for the war' effort , I ,lyk , History of the Senior Class Compiled By Ethelyn Wood In September, 1931, Gladewater was buzzing with many pupils trying to get lo- cated for their first 'year in school. Some of us looked on them, as well as on the huge machines their parents brought with them, in wonder. The Lathrop Discovery Well was brought in during the previous year, and we looked forward to many plea- sures that this black fluid was said to bring. Among the natives of the Gladewater Area were: Carmen Carlisle, Cullie Marie Bouknight, Jack Phillips, Frank Glenn, Ethelyn Wood, Jeannette Hawkins, James Boles, Travis Thompson, Melba Jane Moore, Ben Mason and Ruben Phillips, and Hubert Berry. Some of the students were found wait- ing for us after having spent the previous year in the first grade. James Boles and Travis Thompson were here when most of us started to school. Far in excess in numbers were the new residents: James Goodson, Wilma Hughes, --Continued on next division page-- ++++W++++++++++++++++++++ ++++++Q +++++++++++++++++++++++++ +4 ++++ ++++++ ++++++ ?+++ ++ -lv - K.. +++++++++ 6 :U,'?5Q5i1'hf 'fig'-Z' '54 xi- M' X 1 ' ' -A ,eine wr fifffam. f. J. a xi EQ" s 'i-29" l I . 4 E ,H w el? fu? -,lg . 'V' - T5 iff' " k , .9 ff. 5 , Lf' f .4 . Q gg y,4n,1e- 'rf ii ,KV K, Q5A ,Af,5-f. J f f 'fuflggl are -uf : ' 1' 45 :ffl f" ' lgfilills . :f'T'?f1l, " New 0 . ,,.,,.ig7?,3L,ij"' , . n jig, 'l 59"-'.i4J. L. - i '77, 'M , V-v-.r - -A fe ' 'i, l Afl ' end Able"' ' 'aa, vas . pins ess, '40 eliireifine Club-"Sl '39 '1'-- i '41,v,'42T .- 1 "-'1 ' :MEI - ' . ix, fyk. L v.,7 -- - - en, rnesfgi, ' All Alone and Lonely" Vice Pres. Debale Club '40, '41, Debate '41, '42, ,a ,- 'I 'iff ' Q, .' rebfeiierz'wzfwfr , ,uf ' . be 1: ,,'fu,g:es1?flyr- we ,iwyggsre-l,'?T , fl wing re , mlm , -M1515 - 'afwff gg. qlagfg-.,gfQ,w,3Y-11,.,fGi x f214'ffM-,gg .giffi 5323-531 "!::'ff1:s11'f'.. :' fi' - ' "F"4arw'a'p.Ue5s"Qe5iEE3f-"?s-elifI -' X -' A f.mail'd"Aw:1f'EE':1JL'2Je4- .ffw-21" fi - X i 15,2-151,-aff., n',,f:,'fA J ' ' 5 A .,k. 5,,,QjggL1w' -Wei 'leigh'-11. A - , - A 2 f - ig uieif' .1"w7,- 4 1.1 J' f ,, . 'i-if fQ.A A ,ll ""' 'L- . :5 ,, Qi n: if . 4 My l ' ' 'f'f'3' ' ,f'iif' 'C l if if fl"'3f" , 'fllfi f...? - ' Q?Li1i.i2N5,Q-c- . .- , ., ,,lg,.,..,f-br.. ...nf -fx-M-, f 1 - Kruqer "You"ve'Got Me This Way" Archery Club '38, '39 2 Sec. GTreas. of Band '40, '41 ' a A f "RESSbner of Band '41, '42 ,. fa, A w fi- . ' ' 'illjrg , Talisman Guild '38,,,1,Q9, P ir. ' if' ig 124. M., W 4, -1 fr! mditgwh 1'-Xii, fizflwffvf "fi - , i:S"'vf fl " , ,-.., ,f H., n fllfmeyf, ',.'f'-5 "'g.4F!lI ll Never nr , Hobby Club '38, -'39 '35, Home Making Club '41, vi.. , -f.es,.W. V ' ii-1.4, .,vi':..W .,,4,:, cw 1 t ,I 44 g !gL,f4e fl 4 Vfriie, Arrington, Grace Baskin, Donald "Down by the Riverside" Sport Club '37, '38 Science Club '37, '38 Craftsman Guild '39, '39 Glee Club '41, '42 Mixed Chorus '41, '42 "Pm Stepping Out With, A Memory Tonight" Volleyball '41, '42 Bates, Mildred "I Cried For You" Home Making Club '39, '40 Bays, Gloria "Listen To My Heart" Hobby Club '38, '39 Hom M lc' Cl b '38, '39, '4 Pep Squad '38, '39, '40, '41, '42 GiI.1seFO:.H:118 E139 O' Reporter Debate Club '40, '41, '42 Spanish Club '39, '40, '41 Baseball '39, '40 Ylllleyball '38, '39 Where liberty is, there is my country.---Algernon Sidney's motto 1 Home Making Club '4lg,' 42 Sevqtrgg '37, ' 38 X -' -' 1-. .9 ., fi w'SA'9l!Q.Q J. of 'Saint Mafr-y"' '39 '40, 4 Bostick, Gdell "What llmvf You Dorm To My Heart?" Home Mrtkinq Club '39, '40, Tennis Club '38, '39 , '40 Ccmeru Club '38, '39 4H Club Reporter '38, '39 Boukniqht, Cullie Marie "Chew, Vhvw Your H'llhbl8'G'll1Il" Home Making Club '41, '42 Volleykzull '38, '39 Boyd, Gene "Uwr'f' 111 A W'h3ile" Foctbcrll '40, '41, '42 Bcwsketb-'rll '40, '41, '42 ,, a' 4:-Wi, mt- - ,,.,,s- -4 l 'fl , 2.12-,., 4' -.vw 1 Y 9 ,,..,..- f ',,rr,5., ,. . ' swf-ers .. , L..-if 'Y' . .-,,, 4-fu 1 1' 1 n'f:,,v:zh.1-1' Jw A i g .... u g., , glfsrfrgefk 4 .131 'gf Q- E. 25259, if ' 5. fi-2 :Uv-sf' f 1- ,, Gui1d'39,,9,'4D?jf ' Band '391 -'Laos fkifgrcrftsmcrn Guila '38, '39 Tumminq,TeGm '39, '40 Club '33f '35 Club '41, '42 Spfinish Club '40' '41 jrmck '39, '40 A -b , Sports Editor Bear Facts '41, '42 Truck '40, '41, '42 "G" Club '38, '39 Brady, lack "How Frm My Heart Be Hobby Club 38, '39 National Honor Society Senior Flay '42 -Pres. Soph. Class '39, '40 Pres. Ir. Class '40, '41 Pres. Sr. Class '41, '42 Pres. Band '40, '41 Tennis Club '38, '39 ,'40 Declomcztion '38, '39, '40 Debate '41, '42 'Band '37, '39, '39, '40, '41 Editor ofBec1r Focts '41, '42 1 Wrong?' '42 4 , ,,,,f'e . ,.,k,-.,,v 9.3-.rj s nhl' M1-.yaf11s?q'5bW'fimsf r 9 wf+9i2z.8'5J.JJ . I was bo'rn an American: I li-ue an American I shall die an American. ------- --Daniel Hebihf Mali!!! " '1 53 4 ., ' Buchanan, Billy ."'Ride, Tenderfoot, Ride" -1 Band' '38, '39, '40, '41, '42 ' 'Crafcsmfm Guild '39, '40 - SeniorPlcxy '42 Biles, Dollie Marie "The Man ILove" Pop Squad '39, '40, '41, '42 I Breathes there a man with Who never to hzmself hath This is my oan, my native Whose heart H6 'er within fd-rr vfgq:-f,'nf1""" W' ' -' """""' ' " 4,3 Burns, Mercedes "I Don't Want To Set Thai World on F'L're" Becxr's Tale '40, '41, ' Gir1's Forum '38, '39 ' Science Club '37, '38 Allied Youth '41, '42 Casen, lackie "California, Here I Come" ChqrulC1ub '38, '39, '40 soul so ' dead said, land, him burned, Asfhome his ,footsteps he hath tu,rn"d from wandering on a foreign stfand.?-- ---Sl r Wal ter Scott .-1 ,. l,,. :,,,1.. L 5maEiu?i ' ' A 5 .gi Mi, 4574 Z, '- e .,.- , , , R V M "Love Won t You Be Good To Me . Honigagfiaking Club 39, 40 Gikllilhrorum 38 '39 EC. Club '39, '40 Eiienipihrcneous Speech 40 '41 'liiilii 4 ,"5' -gi13f?EfQ,f ,, ' 5, , ..S 'H D.ana,.'.,. .9 'fQC'a-rlton Io Ann The Girl on e Tooth Paste Ad f Senior Play 42 Mltlqlional Honor Society iff-Allied Youth 41 42 or !j'g.gg1xn Club 'aa 39 .Qi'gfq.lSenior Class '41, 42 , 14, "' V 3 X ,, was . K 1. '7 A , i ws, .Q 4 I 323 X Meg-f 1 -H in . 24 3,5 115, .fw ' 1, "K,-, M - 1' f ' Y J. 12 MQ- sf A' t Q N 4,5 ' wr" 9 .-f , rw, eq 'Y ns. " M J +4 9- .r ' f 1 -,,,,,., 4 -if . ' .9,,'f' ... P,, J ff elif, ' N .1 vs "- A I 'v SN' is ,,, . u K I , I1 vs P, ,M ML Y 1 r M , r Q G" 4 u 1 W ar uw K, F"""g ' ' 04,9 " 14 E 'K if 1' A' 01 1 1 Q V I, '11 , ' " ,' . 1. i 6' 1 9 ,yu E rf' ww 1' 1 ik Y A ,,Q, JH V I' 1 5 I 4, ,-. A in w 4 n I ' Y ll , th 1 YY 11 4 , f . , . L . . v 0 1 I I . L . , . 5, , 1 S e , , , . , 1, N Childs, Lucille Clemens, 1-la d "I A.in't Gut Nobody" "Bounce Me Bro r With Home Making Club '39, '40 the Solid F "1 spanish Club '40, '41 G1ee ciub '41, '42 Pep Squad '40, '41 Baseball '41 0, JV Beor's Te- 41, '42 Vfvf I Associate Fdizoi' Bear's Tale '42 ' , 5- 'J jf' 'l Cloud, Audrey lean Coleman, MY "1've Got My Love io Keep Me "Just Sing a Sorry" W'llT"'. Choral '40, '41, '42 Tennis CI . '38, '39 Home Making Club '40, '41, '42 Home lvlfgkung Club '39, '40 Becxr's Tw ,L '40, '41, '42 I Ilinaqer Be-ar's Tale '41 Business Pep Sqn 7,1 '39, '40 Sec. Hon '1 Room '38, '39 lCapt.J '38, '39 win '38, '39 Editor Bears Tale '42 Volleyball Girls Fo 1, ,pw ,-51 iii! , ,- 23. 5' 2,1 1 Q 1 9 4 ' - ' 'inf gi , gi 4 l1'f?3'-Slii.,5?-ir5f?iT , , ' ' Q 'Q,i1,-f,-.f"5 uf, i . 'limvfhiny lx- "if'3s '39 ,. L " "W" ' e,frfefQbbY5i,9 ' Im he ' ' -..,. H ' 1 - lf--.f+' V we 1..L",:' , .fb ,hh , 'r,v , -4-sA.' ""S:1', ,',9Z?seea'soph. cinss '39, '40 - fi Pies.' Home Room '40, '41 . ?w,,gf3LQ,H6me Making Club '40, '41 Christmas, Mary Charlene "Moonlight Cocktail" Tennis Club '99, '39 Home,Mokinq Club '39, '40, Gcfrdlen cxub '39, '40 cifisrafum '30, '39 '41 ml i .sa- rtle Faye A nation born in fearlessnessstands forth before the world With God her shield, the Right he? sword, and Freedom in her eyes. - ------- Wallace Rice , ulnoi Your: U A ll '38. '39 cms '40, V41 f , My Fwzwn Heart and P "9 " "" Wim Mu Nwwg Gives 'Io Mc cxubf-ao. -41 W -l , 'ek ,. "wx" 4 V W. 3 ,.:. - - .3 ' .V A ,A T mf? ,I ff J-STN? , N W 2, 2 i-mm ' ,L . ' Q yy - 1-E 5 'Si .. 1- iii: . 2' "FP 1 , 4 "Y: I '21::'W"'fSvE'if5' w . ' K ' , 2 my -"- 1 f' - Q, - , 2 - W P' F repdom exists only when the Maile take can of the government. -Q------Woodrow I ll lon .I Home Making Club '38 39 40 '38. '39 I it J Cry? ,-an Foster, Norma lean "My Love" Home Making Club '40, '41 Girls Forum '38, '39 Band '40, '41, '42 Hobby Club '38, '39 Garrett, Howard "My Heart Runs After You" Football '40, '41, '42 ' Tract '40 '4l Band '38, '39 Craftsman Guild '38, '39 Bear's Tale '40' '41 Bear Facts '40, '41 "G" Club '38, '39 Hobby Club 38 39 Club itz 1 Q I ll Club 40, 41 '41,'42 ee Q Play '42 4, ' Latin. Allied Youth '41 Radio .5-Pep 'VG orbes, Truman "Mama" Glee Club '40, '41, '42 Spanish Club '39, '40 Mixed Chorus '40, "41, UQN XX X t v Lf ' 1 wr Gay, Page ,, "Curbstone Cutie" Tumbling Club '38, '39, '4 Airplane Club' '38, '39 Band '38, '39, '40, '41, '42 Senior Play '42 Drum Major '41, '42 Basketball -40, '41 IQ Q Bear Facts '41, '42 'Ihg -very essence of a government consists in considering Offices as public trusts, bestowed for the 'good of the country ,and not for the benefit of an indioidnol of 1Jart'y.----------- --John 'C. Calhoun Band 38. 39 -unusual ulley, Clydewf , L - I .nf A - M , f, 4 VW Wim 5' 'ft , , P mwggf,i,,ff,gfj , Q 4, ,-f3':f5fe15gz,' .Q W ,,j,!,v'v'1'4 ,, 28 I 1. egg , ,.L . I 1:-A Me Off Up Town" X ow' rlleyball '38, '39 """"""""""'Beaf4s Tulefigl, '42 A W -ellinq and Essay Writing '38, '39 Tffwk '39, '40 I ' ' f --f' "" ,. ", ,S fiirigkz 1 sw .1 lm ,We-nuns dp if Harris, Louise lp-lawdgls, leane -"Let Me Call You Sweetheafrtn "You Are Everything I Love" I 5.-4 ,,. 1. Haywood, lose-ph " Whatcha Know Joe' ' ' Airplane Club '37, '38 Science Club '38, '39 1' Pres. Spanish Club '40, '41 v ' - Build '39, '40, 141, '42 Home Making Club! '38, '39 Girls Forum '38, '39 Tennis Club '38, '39 Higqinlootham, Bob 'fsmgmg Hills" It is my living sentiment, and the blessing of God it shall be my dying sentiment.--Independence non, and Independence forever!- Danlel Webster , "i?'Z:3Q'.,x1..f ak- X' 4 ' Shuffle 41 '42 '38, '39 '41 '42 . . lillllll -are ' '39 '40, '41 41 4 , ag, , Tale '4l, '42 gig ' ' 11" nnls '40, '41 Club ' '2, , Tale '42 - '. I I Howard, Edgar Howell, Martha Faye uggogie Man" ' "Pm Walking By The River" Football '40, '41, '42 Hobby Club '30, '39 Baalmball '40, '41, '42 Home Making cmb '39, '40, '41 Craftsman Guild '38, '39 Pop Squ '40' '411 '42 lladlo Club '38, '39 G1OG Club '40, '41, '42 , . , ' "G" Club '39, '40 9513 Mind Chorus '41, '42 ' BL N59 fs? J 4' Hughes, Wi1mQS9F Johnson, lack vwny Dzm't We Do This 'Elf "'-fofmafm Ray" Mm Ofgmgl- I Football '37, '30, '39, '40 Home Making Club '39, '40, '41 A Vice Pres. Cross Word Puzzle ' Club '38, '39 'Q , Thanh God! I--I also an an Auricanl--Daniel lobster I , Kirby, Mary l-lelen "On The Sentimental Side' Home Making Club '38, '39 Spanish Club '40, '41 Girls Forum '38, '39 Choral Club '41, '42 Mixed Chorus '41, '42 National Honor Society Cantata '42 Operetia '42 I Lawless, lean "Because Of You" Glee Club '38, '39 Z If Knotts, David "I'1'e Got It Bad And That A'in't Good" Craftsman Guild '37, '38 Boys Boosters '37, '38 Sponts Club '38, '39 "G" Club '38, '39 Football '38, '39, '40, '41, '42 Basketball '38, '39, '40, '41, '42 Track '39, '40, '41 lf? awrence, F rank "Lament to Love" Pres. Soph. Class '38,'39 Pres. Ir., Class '39, '40 Vice Pres. Senior Class '41, '42 Football '38, '39, '40, '41, '42 Basketball '40, '41, '42 Track '40, '41, '42 Pres. Allied Youth '41, '42 Spanish Club '39, '40 Natibnal Honor Society Craftsman Guild '38, '39 "G" Club '38, '39 Most Handsome '40, '41 'JFK' ,O Kearley, Billy "It's You Again" Hobby Club '38, '39 Spanish Club '39, '40, '41 Photography Club '40, '41 Football '39, '40 Kennedy, Floyd "L'ittLe Bit Independent" Cross Word Puzzle Club '38 National Honor Society Let our object be our countfy,ouf uhole country, nd n our country- --------- 4Danie1 Webster Kendrick, Lucille "Only Forever' ' Business Administration Club 38 39 Pres. Home Room '39, '40 Band '39, '40, '41, '42 Kinney, l une "June 'in Jamlavyn Latin Club '37, '38, '39 Home Making Club '38 Pep Squad '41, '42 Volleyball '38, '39 othing but 1, f -5 Ll. 1: 4 Mathew's,.Arlyn Maxwell, Cec1l "Gan-nrx'UI2L Some Shut Eye" "Only With, You" Pel5'Squad '41, '42 Pres. Home Room '41, '42 Pres. Glee Mlub '41, '42 Average :Elmont '39, '40 Senlor Play '42 Vlce Pres. Mixed Chorus '41, '42 Maxwell, Guida Mefford, Allyne "If This B19 Love" "High on A Windy Hill" Home Making Club '39, '40, '41 Choral Club '40, '41, '42 Home Making Club '38, '39, '40, '41, '42 Liddell, leanne "I Can't Remember to Forget" Choral Club '41, '42 Home Making Club '41, '42 Mam, .George "Wh.at's The Use Of Loving Glee Club '41, '42 'vlce Pres. P. F. A. '39, '40 Football '37, '38 Track '37, '38 Basketball '37, '38 Little, lohn Bob "When We Go Honky Tonkin"" Bear Facts '40, '41 Footbal1'39,'40,'41,'42 Massey, Dorothy , You?" "Night and Day" Dramatlcs Club '38, '39 National Honor Society Baseball '38, '39 Volleyball '38, '39 414' ,We ,gg in V 'Q-'TD Our country cannot well subsist without liberty, nor liberty without virtue.-- -------- Jean Jscquss Rousseau 1.4.4- luanita 4 'Do You Care?" Home Making Club"39, '40 . acasfswsfu '38, '39 no :. 73 '40, '41, '42 ,E 1 1 9,4 ' fbi 4 15 ' '42 ' 1i1 lf1?'?'f '42 1 , , 4 Haw 5 3 1 L1-kr " ,LQ 5' :gi 'F , A K seggvrv if-tr W. - 1 ,. . 4-e??'ff"l' ' Mlller, Melda Lee 'ffvjgyjack ""'?suf144- , ,Q "1 MGFHB1 An Angel" - ""'The Creeking Old Mill ' .4 ' -Q . 0 the Creek" ' , - , 1 -: , '39, '39 ,gm " ' ' A"' f' ' "4o-""4'l? '42 H . ,.., ,,.. ,,,,. ,... , . . , I ,Mem Q I f - 34 y ' A -V14 'fix 1 fl' 4 ' '5 1 . -Av-, Xxwv .A , -4 4 ' '11 - 1. C I 1 'jf' W Millward, lean "There'll Be Some Changes Made" Moore, Melba lane "Let Me Love You Tonight" -1,41 PJ M11ton, Vona Vee ."You Don't Love Me Anymore Choral Club '41, '42 A Capella Choir '41, '42 Mixed Chorus '41, '42 Morrls, Calvm "Blind Fool in Love" Glee Club '41, '42 Mixed Chorus '41 , '42 Science Club '39, '40 Foolball '40, '41 Track '40, '41 0ne country, one constitution, one destiny.---Daniel Webster' Busebun'3e.'39,'40'41.'4i Cross Word Puzzle lu-k3'37, 38 1 wil 'WK Mclvlinn, Iohn Norman, H R "You've Got To Be A FO0Lbd.ll Hero You For-qot About Me Football '41, '42 Basketball '40, '4l, '42 M' "Tonight We Lovef' Archery Club '38, '39 Craftsman Guild '38, '39 Harmonica Band '39, '40, '4l Volleyball '38, '39 Baskqtball '40, '41, '42 Bear's Tale '4l, '42 7- Hy country vs the uorld, and my reLzg1on 15 to do good Odell rsley Howard ff? v f-VM, M ,Mw- . ' - ' - M +Q-.ax-W' ....,....-nw---we X Love To Another 38. '39, '40, '41, '42 , ' '41, '42 Airplane Club BB, '39 ' Photography 40. 41 Q AJFUUBE C b '38, '39 'N , , ll.. J! O fy , !,f I . D ff 'N , ia I I i I I ll "9 1 Harolde--Q "Dui I Remembe'r2" A ' -, 13 L on-11, '4 . zwwwm.-W, . ,,,., ., N ,, ska.. L L ,Q ,,. My Q V X A K it -Q 1 ' KY . in , .,,,W 4 A - -I Pnce, A. R. "Fil Never Let A Day Pass By" Glee Club '40, '41, '42 Baseball '39, '40- Basketbell '39, '40 Senior Play '42 , Pierson, Billy Preciee, Marvin "Sweet Little Headache" "One More Chance" - Senior Play '42 ' Harmonica Band '39, '40, '41, '42 Dec1amation"39, '40, '41 Glee Club '41, '42 Pursel, Dan "Danny Boy" in gvwfmaie ZR "G" Club '38,, '39 Archery Club '38, '39 Football aa, '39, '40, '4l' Track '39, '40 V Tennis '40, '41 - To the memory of the Han, first in var, first in peace, and fm in the hearts of his countrymen.--'Wemozrs of Lee'-Henry ee , '42 P fs"-3 f Qu '59 F,g.A. mana 1 a 0 Club o Club 41 42 39 40 ,Ya jihkmwmkxe Shaw, V1rg1l May I Never Love Agam Glee Club 39 40 41 National Honor Socxety Sherrlll Howard I Wzsh I Had A Sweetheart Football, 41 4 Basketball 40 1 42 9 Mixed chorus 39 40 um Ted 8 39 40 sr. Play 42 M5 94,60 2 Ir Play 4l VW al I Know Why Sports Club 38 39 Allied Youlh 41 42 Travel Club 39 40 Ediior Bear's Tale 41 Track '38, '39 Ir. Play '40 Sr. Play '41, '42 My Smiddy Earlene A're'n t We In Love Home Making Club 38 39 41 Pep Squad Majorette 41 Sec. Home Room 40 41 waitin G00d CHUOS. who have stamped out 1woet's hope, Good statesmen, who pulled ruin on the state, Good Paffi0fS, uho for a theory rislzedaa cause.--- R0 bert Browning , , ..,.u..'T.,..J H, , . ,IL 'nv-fl ' ' A ..., ,....4..-- ..-,,,,L., . A, M:Hng.n.:'22L1, ,aa Qn.asiz.f,,,1mh51,.L,..:l..JL.......4.,-,.,.a,Lh... Volleyball Spanish Club '38, 39. '40, '41 Bear's Te? '41, '42 V ' " 551,312 '4 2 f U iam '38, '39, 2414. 1 , ewell Allied Youth '41, l.,l, J - AlylmmQ'fu 40' .411 ,42 '40, '4 Baseball '39, '40 lxxwwmnmlfgkllnx w l '39, '40 - X Track '38, '39 " MM '- 'ra ' . ' 1 l-,. 4. 1 ' 1 , i'lglgQlfa5g'frgqQs Wi' 1 1 'E Qffigmwaafff, -OU' P-Moy Stallings, Roland Stanley Durwood "The Man Who Comes Around" "When You Wish Upon A Star Camera Club! '37,,'38 Hobby Club 38 39 Cross Word Puzzle Club '38, '39 Spanish Club 39 40 Football '40, 41 ,4A,A.f QAL Steen, Maxine Siok , rman "Jealous" "Love Is Just Around The Famer Tennis Club '38, '39 Archery Club 38 39 Choral Club '38, '39 Glee Club '41 42 Pep Squad Majorette '41, '42 Mixed Chorus 41 42 Bear Facts '41, '42 Senior Play '42 'Such is the patriot's boast, wherefer His first, best country ever is at home. . mil we roam,- ----Oliver Goldsmith fx J N Thompson, Travis "Let's Dream This One Out" Foolball '38, '39 Crafisman Guild '38, '39 Sr. Play '42 Glee Club '40, '41, '42 Mfied Chorus '40, '41, '42 F. F. A. '39, '40 Bear Facts '41, '42 Allied Youlh '41, '42 Pep Squad Leader '41, '42 Truitt lake I "Time Changes Everything" Model Airplane Club '38, '33 Crallsman Guild '38, '39 Allied Youth '41, '42 Senior Play '42 Football '38, '39 Track '38, '39, '40 Baseball '37, '38 Senior Play '42 Glee Club '40, '41, '42 Mixed Chorus '40, '41, '42 '41 ,HW , 57, 1,3 . ,T .ee T1ppett, Ross " Whispering" Tennis Club '37, '38 ,Band '38, '39, '40, '41, '42 Spanish Club '38, '39 Trumbull, Gene "You Are My Sunshine" Harmonica Band '39, '40, '41, Model Airplane Club '38, '39 Iunior "G" Club '38, '39 Junior Basketball '38, '39 Bears' Tale '41, '42 . , - xv-Inn.-H .1 .,,.,., ',,.,,,.Sp-5,,,,:,,, My Heart '38, '39 , '38, '39 Chorus 40 41 42 " I H Choral Club '40, '41, '42 my Associate Ecliggr Begg Piacis X up . Patriotism 'ie iast refuge of a scoundrel.---Samuel Johnson 1 w 'w'2iA.!r 'I , 'uffili-1 5 L I , Choral Club '38, '39, Band '40, '41, '42 Home Making Club an ' , Qi r 5 gagmn Heart Is '41 '42 41 . 42 Weiser, Ralph Glenn "Be Honest With Me" The Clouds Band '38, '39, '40, '41, '42 Tennis Club '41, '42 . Senior Plcy '42 Band Pre '41, '42 MW' With Su.1rsh'ine" Sec. Trees. of Bond '41, '42 Band '38, '39, '40, '4l,.'42 3153 3' 'Willingham Ruth Wilson, R. B. f'Let There Be Love" "Will You Love Me Tomorrow? Track '38, '39 4H Club '38, '39 And for our country 't is a bliss to die.---Alexander Pope ? sg.-fon4sv0-NA '38, '39, '40, - - A, -ggsmis-Q YOLIIICJ, lack l Younoe, Randolph l "Good-bye N0w" "I' ve Been, Drafted" Thompson, Leola "Maybe" Softball '40, '41 Bqcrs' Tale '41, '42 Business Manager Bear's Tale '42 Business Guild '38, '39 Making Club '39 '40 Club '39, '40 Tumbling Team '39, '40 1" ' ' A. '38, '39, '40 They never fail who die V In a great cause. ---------LQ rd Byron Our girls may be nurses of the future 'N' Page Gay, John Bob Little, Bernard David- son, Billy Buchanan, Leola Thompson, Nor- man Stokes, Norma Jean Foster, Louise Harris, Mary Elizabeth Decker, Roberta I-logue, Gloria Bays, Margaret Helen Stur- divant, and many others. The rules of the first grade were more strict than they are now. Durwood Stanley got a whipping from his teacher the very first day of school just because he wrote on the blackboard. Gladewater first graders were not the only first graders who had their ups and downs. Delving into the past of our classmates we find that Marvin Pre- cise. better known to most of us for his good driving and his version of "You Are My Sunshine", beat up the principal's' son the first day of school. Betty Paul was bit- ten by a mad dog. Following the class in its progress from year to year, we find some colorful incidents. John Boo Little was ill for several weeks during his second year, and on his return- ing to school found another boy had taken --Continued on next division page-- A -L rf sa 5 T253 9 we . fa' x M 'S ,N 1' , 5 M ,I '5 T s l f J l a d Fine Arte mer thevsideaf' fl l LQKTJ gf y .alg Q ge. n l A l .. '-' 'i 'Aw-' 7 of F51 "Treqsu1e Island" .yArringLQnL,P11eston S I "Stranger Vlfithixi.lhe5Gates" V ' Bagley, luamta ji -Q ' , l ,L ',j.",5,z5giQl'ell of Time" ' ' B lneillarenceaffflaiigl . L .y as ln, Clara Mae "Green Light", l' geg eavers, lames 2 S Long" -- :Q- Beck, Betty Louise "Kotrinkc" Beeler, Dovie "The Story ci on Untold" l Berry, Doyle "Lone Rider" Berryihill, Aline "An Old Fashioned Girl" Bohninq, Frances "Sir or Madam" Boles, Odell "No More Gus" L ieuten ant Eu ry. Boots in it il l 'If .,,,, , "M'qr kv, el f! Junior Political Rally. Bradberry, Robert "Ono Mcn's Life" Bradberry, luanita "The Rosary" Brock, Kenneth "Forever Free" Brown, Raymond "The Dark Comes Early" . Bryant, Billie Lee "Happy Highway" Butler, Minnie "Hecxven's My Destination Chapman, Roger "SO Big" ' harles Celloa 'Dodq ily" lf M Charles, Kenneth xy, "The Rcmblin' Kid" t illy Christmas, Garland "Block That Kick" A W all R B Cloud, Patricia "lull Patty" Private Classroom MW' ' 1 Q1 bl 955535 O f f Thet Fr nah fl Wyvff if by aniel, lerrelle Q,fw,,4A C,os S Weathering the Storm. wi it H. K . 1 3 E , as . : V ' ' , , , H ' . I'. 5 I A ' 1 tw M, I, W ,f A '-AVf ,h w izv " f a ' Q ' -0. r ' -- new-H ' 1 V Nt JC W 'Y'-M --'- . H - ,-L .,-.-, " :g5:gg'r,f,- ,:3,..:1- f ff' 3, , ,... I , ' W '5' ' Combs, lack "The Boy of Orange River Corn, Chester Dr. Iekyll and Mr. Hyde Crossland, Mary ' l "Broken Fancy" ll 1 Deskins, lanet "Age of Innocence" i l D, Dodson, Kenneth ' 'It Can't Happen Here" Downs, Phyllis "The Moon Maiden" Dauphin, limrnie ' "Lord lim" "One Increasing Purpose" Dunagan, Frank My of Earp, lumor My "Country Lawyer" Edwards, Marcia Lee "To Have and to Hold" Chr: stmas Feast. 5-nu-11 i Il It ,I ll ily ll 'l lm 1 fl V, liz l 'N T , , T lledge, lohnnie 'rea with The wma" J' 5 - E erson, lo Ann l M A "The Dark Rose" I , l Vi in Evans, George "Main Street" , i Ewing, Ed , V 5 "The Story of Q Bad Boy" n i l Ferrell, Sidney , 1 "Romantic Rebe1" V 1 1 l Fisher, Grace l l ' "The Poor Little Rich Girl" t 3 l ill il TI The Return of Lowery lil lll ,T want Adsiii Foshee, Don I "School Days" W Fowler, Audrey Lee 1 "Where The Blue Beginsi' 1 '- eaaayfrheima "Maid in Waiting" Gary, Annie Bernice "The Soft Spot" Gailin, Elwyri l "The Great Hunger" A Gibbons, lohnme "Action and Passion' , Y ,, W I S U ' x , uvl' 1 , V , fd! , T A-we lie, ,, fri fe fin: Q - -:-' .ali "' ' ., ' 1 G r'-'- - ,i ,f Q X ,J g Y,-V ' , ' xr 'QQ4ll2"'l I ! gm me ' wif T , Ct S elm-if 'N -K -w.-,Q J. L i ,, Q ,, e P , 3 1 -H 8, ,M .,. T ...W we J X ,,., , ti , V gf ' ...,., " :,. L . Ig: 5.3 G 5,5 Those M i d-Te rms. Gray, Monroe "The Return of the Native" Greene, Freddie "Hoosier School Boy" Hammer, Freda Gay "Time Out of Mind" Hammer, Wallace "The Man Without cz Country" Heard, Gleason "You Can't Take It With You" Hickey, Anna Louise "Silver Slippers" .wilt trim if-a MQ? 35 Holland, Billy "The Deerslaye-r" Horne, Dorothy "Young" Horne, Fred "The Bright Face of Danger" Hosch, Eugene "Our Mutual Friend" Hutton, Dorothy "Wind, Sand and Stars" lordan, Mary lean "Understanding Heart" Evaluating the Library. !"'Y'v we Linn, Bernice "The Gentle Reader" Lewis, William "The Log of cz Cowboy" Maberry, Alice "Alice of Wonderland" Markham, Quciia ' "Here-To-Yonder Girl" lvlatysialc, Francis' "The Voice of the People" Mefford, Iva Faye "Much Ado About Nothing" Tol bert, ihe Reporter. Q . i Q K, , . ,i i X.. 4. ii.,-my me-.41 , i -. . 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L' , L King, Hugh "Cowboy Hugh" A Laster, Alvin - L "The Uncertain Trumpetl' Lee, Claud "Things Will Take c Turn" Lee, LaGi?andeL ' Hr-:wma L L 31. 5154 R235 KZZAZIAQQQBSH -'fl"1?F?v'7 Q f , K .ig- ,1 Lire ,,-Qi 1,5 me 521 Y if 'f vw .iam .S, 4. 51512 .ir 43, .23 A r 3,4 6 Cv, 1 J he Q if H. . x ii If ant A Foursome Miller, Ray "Chad Hanna" Meritt, Harold "One Minute to Play" Miller, Thurman ' "Winter Bound" Mills, Charles "From Place to Place" Morris, Coleen "Neighbor to the Sky" Murphy, Billy "The kid" li' K Myers, Wilma "Personal Appearance" Mcliane, Betty Gene "Among Friends" Nelson, l oe "The Constant Lover" Newell, Mildred "As You Like It" "She Stoops to Conquer" Newell, Nadine JU 09 xy, 'fl Odom, Virginia "Vanity Fair" Pep Squad Fun. Repp, lanioe 444,21 f S enlen ! Z Robinson J' L Ncxpoleo Roberts Freddie I it uont Li e Robertson Pauline Peq O My Heart Rose, Annie Loyce "B1ood Royal" ' Rodolph, Carl "Handsome Road" X Q? lx AVE 5 i Whqt's Up? 5 I PXTCQ4 Why Poui? O'Quinn, larnes "The Man Who Come to Dinner' Phillips, Mildred "The Biq Road" "570f"4""""ae Pritchett, Robert WJ . We-If "My Son my Son" Purcell, Ayesha "The Way of All Flesh" Raymer, Arnold "Fighting For Fun" Raymond, Verna "Red Badge of Courage" HU! iam. A f 1 ,LW- -! Roush, Russell "The Great iqtor Herberf' 1, ,i six . Rupard, Jackie ' 'i.Orie,1 of Ours" - ,' , i ' is ij A i Ross, Loretta "Wildcat" Sanov, Seymour "The Celebrity" Sands, Iarnes "A Mcm for ihe Ages" A Sanford,fV'i,rqinia "A Cathedral C,QL!fiShibu ....-11--it Saulters, Katherine "muy Foyieu Shea, Ierry "If Winter Comes" Sheppard, Rebbecca "Rebbecccz" Sherman, Iarnes "I Ain't A-cc1rin"' Shifflette, Gregory "The Amateur Gentleman" Simmons, Dorofhy "Love-r's Alibi ' Bears' Tal e Class Tolbert - 1 Sutton, Mary lo "Mary of Scotland" Teter, Mary Charlene "Mary, Mary, Quite Contrary" Thompson, Billy "The Cavalier" Thompson, Billie Wanda "Sense And Sensibility" Thompson, Carl "Salt of The Earth" Timms, Betsy Lou "Understoad Betsy" Skulls Skidmore, Edward, "Come And Get It" , t Smith, Charles "Sunset Pass" -i Smith, Leah "The Show- Off" Smith, Treva "All This, And Heaven Too" Spivey, Arvol "Roughinq" Spivey, lodie Fay "Spice And The Devi1's Cave" Tim -4 'Q A it 'ar f- - ,, . . "W, m.,,,,,g, ,D,.,, ,iw x- , f ,. , wr. . W7 ' - At, lm , I " ' ":". 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' "Adventures in Friendship" Walnpler, Barbara "American Beauty" Wappler, Marvin V "Sixes and Sevens" Warren, ,Billy lo "Chcmpion's Choice" . Weaihere, Illa Faye "When Putty Went to College" Who Is it Laniere? . Mr. Mc. at Athens fifiifi L i 'f .5 - , E5.5iZlff'1- Y ... V L 9 , Lui 'M .MC A . 'iw M :f.'.:'-'ids ' . V - , H W..W..A,,,Q,.,m.. .,,.e,M.,4,,,.a,,,M,A...:. - - 4. wild ' y ' "Gridiron Glow" ' 1 35, Q S a EYE in 3 w ' q .. ., .. . TN ' f'M?f54SQiV?i1 , N 4 2 1' Mr -Q rw W , f W iwff'-H 'fy 'fem y 4,5 .3 4 Am: ws.,gfV3w-.giffvrglfE:4L:Tfw1.-,ff ' A I VW .. . I '51 Nair Sigma' '.-3 m- :JT 1, , I "Jk M I I "My Hecu't's in The Highlands" M H 535- . .. Q ' V if WOma l. ' 51fIe5n fi Q ,A Q "A Bo 11 11, 51 ' uscrde" Woodg1jdEfQijlQQ,ug1as .Qmarcy3mqfon" W 1 ' Citizens volunteer for civilian defense. ?bFH444W4M ' his favorite chair. According to his story, he just lit up a "King Edward" and struck out for home until the next year. Norma Jean Foster while in the second grade was put in front of the class with gum on her nose because she tried to chew it when the teacher wasn't looking. Audrey Jean Cloud, who is noted for her love for David Knotts, had a thrashing in the second grade because she blew up a balloon with a whistle on it. Earnest Allen and Floyd Kennedy report no whippings, throughout their entire school life. We wonder why. Marjorie Arney says that when she wasin the second she was "switched" on her legs, because she rushed into the room ahead of the rest of the line. This same year Jackie Cason got a spank- ing but never knew why. She wasn't the only bad little girl that day, because all the children at the same table with her received the same punishment. Norma Browning was given "corporal punishment" when she was in the second grade, because she wouldn't let her girl friend look on the same book. In the third grade Earlene Smiddy was spanked in the cloak room, because she --Continued on next division page-- 'i'+'!"l"!' .lu si' their Q Joke.: , i Adams, lo Nell 3' .ri ge, eois any QM a D1 Alvey, Ruby Lois P Andrews, Bessie lane ' Lanez, Barnett X ft +1 2 we Wegl as -we y s f L H it dp, Barton, Bobbie Beaty, Mary Be ers, Mildred ' Q Dj Off Duty -lop sau, Shirley if rl Belser, Billy Only Th 'P Mat' 3 lrong, rcilyidg? ,v 4 c' Benham, Gwendolyn ' Berry, Troy Blackrnon, Charles Boatright, Harmon e Boles, Geneva Bostick, Raymond Bradberry, Lucille Branch, Bobbie lo Brewer, lames Browning, Betty Lee Browning, Ned Bruner, Earl It's Breakable The End of the Cay. 4 l 1 an 'nur In as Buchanan, lames Buckelew, Robert Buckles, Donald Burgess, Clittord Burkett, Donald Burnett, Elsie Lou iii -ff 1 F "Y K 1 V l,,,l r Xl 5' MM., - fi X A GLM ti V1 1, 1 1815 if mf " 1 - ' Q ' ' R ' is - 1, 4 3-egg V ,M W X V ,. . . - ,b , ,Wow w s gg 3:-EQ l .. 3 , B Q' 31 225: ., 1?ig'a151eQ xlwqgsg - A - V -A ' 1' Lgeeigi V 3 ' ,gr 2"1wVVi1':'s fi'wf..hg Q' swf: 'V r ' -V W D AJ ,A x ,, L, 4, ,B 1.wmv,1wf10m ,V ,wff..,,Vw,.. : F its ,' ii- 11 ,w h-1' V V VV . 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Harrison, Clyde Heath, Frances y Hilder, lack Holland, .Mary , 'rKii2r'1liMZE1.':RZCf5w5Ifl fiS?Z?'11fZJf5.ci hvnw Holloway, less Hoover, B. F. Hughes, Weldon Humphries, Raymond Irby, Ben Earl lameson, Donald Exchange il! 151 all law ag. FJ m -.N ' w -f l r 1 v 1 sl? Fifi , g E, ll Tl fl N! ll W! W hr 'l l, 1 ill M, Wil ll Ml W P ll ll! ffl L , BML , ,+P Keller, Charles Kelly, Harrie V ' Q . lf'-2 X Knox, Pat Landrum, Bonnie Lewis, limmie " V Lockhart, Betty Lou Another Fatal Blow. 1 f a 5? m 12 , , X ., ,. .,.-- ,. 'V , ,A A fa 4 .r. a L l ., N, 'H' ,' " '-.pf 1' x , ' , f. L' ' me "5 f. V, Q V, ig. -vw 3 ,,, -Vg, A A 1 fx 4:5 ' fi: P v Mix' in I 4 Ml' 1 Bgjg, 1 ,,,, r- v 'ga' 2-' h1,v!p.., , C ' mfg- 'U ' .A Lv- g,.:.x - . ,- ' 'Q NX 'wffg all l f' irdgl V j 5' limi 14 ' ' f J, ....,..--....:g.Lx . ' , . xx ' 7?f'f'?mwJ? " 1----AM ff ., lqler, I? Carl X . Allin 6 5952,- ai f ' ' . lones, Carrie f Kearley, Carolyn w .. l Library Industry.. A ,i l, . Lewis, Lois Jean " ' MCCUIISY, f ' ' McDaniel, Ver1ir1e McGrady, R. D. McIntosh, Haywood Mclvfillen, Charles . A -, MoNutt, I-Xllyne Mansell, Edith Menton, Jack Mil1er,Katherine. J, if jf' .fin A J 1 ' ' . T' Miller, Mari n Q, M1Hs, Alfred N Al , if , ffr' 1' '11, ' V '..' A Million Pass Again f f?"z ,W 1 'W rsf1gVfF 'V WW, ,Je Morton, ltrrrmie lo Murphy, Margaret Myers, Melloa lo Newell, Ray Parks, Edward Lee Pass, lames Confidentially Q. Lawrence5Adds Another. l .- f Af u ' Milward, Lavon M , Mitchell, Clayton Moffet, Dessie Lee Moore, Billy Moore, lames Morgan, Darrell ' .4 - .2n.,,,.r. W 41' 1, f 5? A- .ow-1U..1.-.4.,g --1---. ' ' 14:5 "iii .!'L ' x Q4 'Va iff- , ,E J qfiw E One Minute To Go. ' f ', . I A A -1 kk 'Loo ' in , do-Mliiis ., offi., '16-pf 4: H ,?vQ5'-ig? -u-, . N M A W WW M9547 , Pau1,Robert. a s -Po-1phrey,Minneto I R David Proctor, Dorothy Proctor, Shirley . E Y e R Rafney, , . 1 ol Ravencraft, Iames Reed, Billy I o Richey, John Repp, James A Roberts, Mary Lou he! 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Walker, Shirley Wampler, Charles Ward, Edward Lee Ward, Durwoocl .i w, xi . l W are, lamesx Captains Courageous F reshnan Favor I tes Taylor, Ruby Nell Ten Frank T utsch, Stanley Laura Lee. Trent, Tommie VanCleave, Waller s az W' 3 :xl W Warren, John A t .Waters Georgia rw' Welborn, Yvonne L, 3 ,V K A VWhitaker, Richard n White, Edleweis 4 E fl, o 'Winnf Georgia , t l f.3iL5wfe,Ve:-cf, V L fTT7f'f9-'ffrzrrfgf -ff:1,g.zQ.3 a N t J Witt fm, H265 -in H , w ,nw ,i t I I ' If 1 Womble, I oe Dean ,Woodard Stanton Woolley, John Wade Yates, Beatrice No. 2I Rounds the Bend ,,,, i ' 4 all M m h 't ' High Altitude, 45" Texarkana didn't have a chance Free throw for Bears Captain Boyd stops an Athena' threat "' Knitting aids our soldiers and unfortunate: threw a bottle of ink on a boy who hit her with a paper wad. This happened to Earlene two years before she moved to Gladewater from Addington, Okla. Also in this year Ruth Turnbow was uchastened with a strap", be- cause she didn't know her math lesson. She says 'she still doesn't. Billye Jean Vaughn, that blond soprano star, and Emi- ly Jane Womack, a' flag bearer of the pep squad, had to stand inthe ,corner in the third grade, because they were "blabbling". about something they knew nothing of. Howard Sherrill doesn't want to brag but he says that he whipped "Bulldog" Owens from he third grade up to the sixth. He says he still could if Jackie were in Gladewater. Julius Morse couldn't seem to get enough to eat when he was in the third, so he ate a jar of paste. When we Seniors were in grade school, we were not allowed to .go down town during our lunch hourbut Cullie Marie Bouknight did, so she received a spanking for disobeying orders. Etta Mae Emerson remembers thedays when she had to stand in the corner, because she talked in class. Maxine Steen, that red headed --Continued on next division page-- B AQ'4 1 Jyr. 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Spurger, Lora Mae Stagg, Betty Lee Stems, lackie Lee Stewart, Clyde Stringer, Norma Q JU, Stubbs, Betty :WW l l Toby, Leonard ' lVhfThe Groove , , iglilflifeilffil ,lM1 Troxel, Rubye r Trumbull, Lawrence Turman, limmie Turner, Bennie D. Upchurch, Marjorie we-ik' 1 l Vinson, Harvey Wade, Virginia G WW Walker, Gerald 1AjWa4 ry Alice Warren, Jimmie Frances whiskers Warwick, Virginia X s , X 1? in K' . Y Q V P' N. V. MMM Q 1 , 1 ,,. Q if 4 R " ? x I ' t il I "," " ig "..A .I I I W 5 -vgf .,,. mf tif? ,y I 1 . '-51: 1 -. Wilks, Bobby . Zimmerman, Hubert Kennedy, Clinton Dedqers .Ear Pnlling .. WWF? Q, Whi K ,i, Lumber, pulp, and paper come from our timber. majorette of the pep squad, threw a bottle of ink on na boy, because he called her "holstein". In 1936, we were moved from the shacks into the new Gladewater Elementary School. We were very happy about the change because of a better heating system, nice desks, and smooth floors to slide on while the teachers .weren't looking. Among the conveniences offered by our school from an early date, was bus service to and from school for all students. In the fourth grade, before he moved to Gladewater, Bob Higginbotham pulled a chair from under his teacher. Tsk, Tsk, Tsk, Bob shouldn't have done that! Raymond Odell in this same year received a "beating" from his teacher, because he walked on the railroad tracks just after being told that nice little boys 'were not to do that. Maxine Steen and Peggy Strawn had a fight in the fourth grade but neither will say who was the victor. Martha Faye Howell won a big basket of eggs on an Easter egg hunt. After a party in the fourth grade, Arlyn Matthews spent the night at his girl friend's house and had to sleep with her pop. Arlyn was living at Troup,Texas, at the time, moving to Gladewater in 1938. In the fifth grade Gloria Bays became the star of grade school. She was Mother Goose in a big musical production directed by Miss Key, the music teacher of the school at that time. Donald Baskin got a spanking from Mr. Traughber in the fifth grade, because he had a big chalk fight with a group of boys. Margaret Swearingen has moved from Gladewater but we will always remember her ,for her part in the Junior Play. Ruth Turnbow, who has a little brother, Buddy, moved to Gladewater' in 1930 and then away in 1935. Buddy and Ruth came back again in 1940 to graduate with us. ' Gene Trumbull just can't keep his own trousers. While in the sixth grade Gene got them torn off, but the worst part of this little story is that he had to finish the day with them torn to pieces. Truman Fitzgerald was kicked out of class by Miss Burnett in the sixth grade, because he hit the teacher over the head with a ruler. Billy Sharp and J. R. Abel have been mem- bers of the Senior Class for two years. The same is true of Frank Lawrence, David Knotts, and Joseph Haywood, but not for the same reason. David and Frank wanted to play basketball and football for another year and Joseph desired a post graduate course. E Is Dennie Jean Sowell boy-crazy? For that answer, ask her. But we want you to know that she had a fight over a boy while in the seventh grade. In Miss Talla'nt's room , in the seventh grade, Russell Rou h got a whipping because he didn't write "I must not chew gum in music class" 3,000 times. Odell Bostick was a negro in a minstrel in the seventh. One night at practice a boy -tried to kiss her so she smeared black paint over his face. Howard Garrett, who formerly took band but quit so he could play foot- .ball, got lost on the band trip to New York. But now Howard has learned to find his way around in a big way. Buddy Wooden reports that he has neverfought over a girl, but that doesn't mean he won't. That is, if he can find the right one. Leta McKane has been fighting boys ever since she can re- member. She will get her man maybe, if she doesn't kill him first. Erschel and Herschel Bray, the only twins in the Senior Class, came 'to Gladewater in 1937. They are members of the band. In the eighth grade Ivan Elmer, Jean- nette Hawkins, Lucille Spencer, and James Goodson had to stand in the hall, because they -were talking while class was in full swing. Dan Pursel was slapped by Mrs. E. P. Williams when he was in the eighth grade. Reason unknown. Virgil Shaw says the only thing of importance that happened to him was that he went steady for three months: then his girl moved away. Major Conley in his first game of football was almost in the clear but got scared and then some big lug came along and almost knocked his pants off. A. R. Price quit school in the eighth grade, but we see that he is back again. Harold Pickens moved to Gladewater at mid-term in 1941 and became a member of the band that year. In the ninth grade Mary Helen Kirby made a cake with a beautiful icing on it. 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Swegtgsr .5 SPORTSUEDITOB-3 , j ?1VMackRankins ' ' 639' 1 win-It . 9 1' srAFrPHoroeRAPHEw4'. . an York I 1 avid, k , l . Q . t Jenyill. ve vb ef-.M ART EDITOR BqrwRe1zer ' Q- , .is Q2 id 15' viii. 0 SPONSOR - Olliewwdell eg V, in e S unqdlei Siiliebslgioacnsorsintsifilgfa igarlilegs. Q ed C Hicks. Volumelwas putontbya group s POS.-3 .V 1 Cubs defeated Kilgore if By a score of 31-'15 ,i J 'Ihre 'CIlb's une' -fatfiiomas Ba , ue 01355.-.Lass P . th afa elect' .fi M Q B19 19413 izslloyilgl 3:3 ser, .te.n'l1'Tn- kt C . - , be. Rehdersggfyeht , 1, me Mr f 70 ysembl' Collins V T 7Pl'o - h' V a render- Y ' - ' e w - Teac -A Course Si Q .First A1 6 to awn Zxjge V NA. V A age-. to .tiki-iieted bag ?1 as y "5 --H' .Q ,V Sembli' Programs 1 L Snecial Assenhlv was held A,,,.H,8 for both? 8 I . Jr. High students" .L Attend N iw0ffice D ew Post . ,a ' I edication I , Faye Wellborn ' ' ,.-...- of seventh graders, who worked out- side of class and after school. Then the students sold ads-to help pay for the per. All printin n d b d pa gbwajdone ygm 0 Jack Collin! ' Volume II was published in 1938-39 -40 by the sixth and seventh grade reporters of which there were about forty. Miss Amalie Severin was spon- sor. The paper was planned according to the important events. A conference was held oncea week and the reporters were assigned different items to write. The paper cameout twice every week. Volumes III and IV have been pub- lished under the direction of Mrs. Ollie Woodell. Photography was done under the supervision of Mr. C. L. York and printing under Mr. Charles E. Woodson. I Betty Lou i t ET'f,,f44 W Pep Sqbliites School J. ll Spirit U h +G rf J cmior High Stag Continues to He .1 Did You Kew' XA Little yB1rdie Toldllf Pointer: Y p a.J.,-r,,ugmm. . s I 1. Fobdiin Faetdni I i I And Fiction r r ter I :s .Gd V , d wa History. of 1? WMZW 'i I I Is studied lagses Science C 1'iv1,6Q tiff-I Semi 1 300 New Bot For the Libr: Classroom and I Reference Books In the Shillmeni U mx. ' L D W 'f M M,,7,:.-,,,',,A , A K X? fn . , T ,W M?,,,,,,w -N in , ,U K N - A. x -4 , ,W 5 K ,W ww' 5- K . Hx. , ,,.wn. , 1 Cuz' farms feed and clothe the nation cake. Merry Charlene Christmas while in the ninth had to stand in the corner in Mr. Sheppard's English Class. Harold Clemens, who came to Gladewater in the summer of 1941, was expelled from his former school because he dragged a skunk down the hall. Billy Spencer had a fight with Frank Tinsley in the ninth. Lucile Childs says that she loves to go to Gladewater High School, but her worst experience was the very first day. Irene Bell reports that she not only got her own lessons in the tenth grade but she also got Ethelyn Wood's. In this same year Jewel Spivey was caught by Mr. Traughber when she was playing hookey. Myrtle Faye Coleman was salutatorian of Mings Chapel in the tenth grade. When school started this year, Mr. Parker and Mr. Eury were found to be doing military training. At mid-term Calvin Morris, Jack Young Earnest Allen, Bob Higginbotham, David Knotts, and Jimmy Hilton completed their school work. Jack Johnson left Gladewater High School around mid-term to get ' an education and continue his football train- ing at E.T.S. T. C. M Pep leaders this year were Arlyn Mat- thews, Betty Paul, Travis Thompson, and Jimmy Smith. The Flag Swingers from the Senior Class were Dollie Marie Biles, Emily Jane Womack, Hazel Corley, and Martha Faye Howell. The Flag Bearers of the Band were Norma Jean Foster, Ethelyn Wood, and Billye Jean Vaughn. J Billy Kearley, one of the mostunlucky boys in- school, was operated oh and had to stay in bed on Kid Day. Billy watched the boys and girls go to the show through the window of McKean Hospital. Among the Seniors who had the mumps just a week or two before Senior Day were Ralph Weiser Arlyn Matthews, Billye Jean Vaughn, J. Rf Abel, James Vickery, and Gene Boyd. Jo Ann' Carlton has been the holder of many offices. While she was a Sophomore and Junior she was secretary of her class. She is also the previous president of the Sub-Deb Club. During rehearsal of the Sen- ior Play of this year, Ernest Allen accidently broke a table and we would not have a "Kid Day" because the table. had to be paid for. We had our "Kid Day" but how, we don't know. Howard Garrett takes the glory for raising the Senior Flag, but there were so many who took the glory we can't be sure of it. Melda Lee Miller became Mrs. Bigham in her Senior year. We hated to see her go, because everyone liked her very much, Lucille Spencer was married to Leon High in her J uniortyear. Lucille was noted for her many car wrecks. She made better grades after she married than before, abandoning the theory of Home Economics for actual practice for 365 days a year. Billy Pierson, while a Senior, was carried to the office by Miss Aycock, because he danced on top of her desk as she came in. Billy no longer lives in Gladewater. He moved after mid- term. The height of John Bob Little's am- bition is to go to Canada and trap beavers with some of his friends. Perhaps the reason that Leola Thomp- son seems lonesome this year is because of a certain '41 Senior. Leola was elected a .majorette, but she moved to Carmi, Illinois. Leola and her brother Jack have moved back to Gladewater where she will grad- uate. Dollie Marie Biles is the answer to every girl's prayer about the time of the Junior-Senior Prom. She works at Kellam's Flower Shop where all the boys get the beautiful flowers for the girls on different occasions. Jack Brady, voted most hand- some boy in school, has been president of his class for the last three years. Frank Lawrence continued school here this year although his heart entered Kilgore College. Sugar rationing has been started, but a lot of ambitious Seniors have declared that theirs will not be rationed. We don't know what they mean, do you? All we know is that there will probably be a lot of parlor dates now that father's' tires are growing thin and gasoline is being rationed. The people of Gladewater, including the student body, are contributing cheer- fully to the National Cause by buying def- ense bonds and stamps, offering their ser- vices, and saving such things' as scrap iron, toothpaste tubes, and paper. School will be closing before long and there will be several of the students and teachers who will be glad to offer their services for the good old U. SQA. yu .. " .iw- -g-and-4 ,. 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A Q , ,, A is-fa vm M4 ' t, M X MMM? as M w vm , w-5 ' IOhI'1 Bob Rex Weathers ' Spencer Quarterback Right H W k Paul Johnson Tackle Howard Garrett Lqfl Gufard ,ig r ggi, J ,et 4 5 5 431' 'WM 'K ? .gsm l g 24- 'I.,ffff' is A 5 V : 1. fag? , W' V .g E 69 A1 A V 1 ' az. y ' my X g' ' f ' af.-'. 39 ,19 2-, f V' -V . . i,, . uf V A y ' j , . ' t A 1 ' f ' WSE of - 1, i A 43. o W wk i X W T I X , mi s Wig, A , w Q , Wi . M it V M K 33 Q? i mg? W' Je " ,Zw tv., , M h 4 If A, 'ef Va I A few fwfr Garland Christmas Gene Boyd Right Halfback Left End ,of V K :AL . -h e 'i " --Q ' V W! ,W - 4' A .V Q Wi, gg ,W 5 'f Ag Q QM AAA K K' 1 if 4 459 3 33 ., :ii f, ff 3 M, 3 wifi' 3 m f 9 1 N, .A :V 3 :asf ry , of 11" 1'1-31" L lohn McMinn Wingbac Bobby Dyer Left End lc W David Knotts Fullbaclc 43 15? 'Q ' ai it 1 if X Q , , , lgfwg 3351 A W1 -' - 'Z Y f V - A . 1 ' -5 95:4 fs F5 ff ,?A?fV V V .P 2 ,,'-7 gif ' fa" -Z -' agua K L , 7 H' T fix? '25 V fgfvfvkkfey H ,QW i A :VH S , 'f2i'fNffl f ' Maurice Elliott Fullback Edgar Howard Wingback lulius Morse Right End Rightboleft, first row---Paul Johnson, Jack Hilder, Kenneth Brock, Howard Garrett, Frank Lawrence, Dan Pursel, Gene Boyd, Edgar Howard, Harold Merritt. Second row---George Evans, Truman Fitzgerald. Rex Weathers, David Knotts, Maurice Elliott, Harold Briggs, Julius Morse, Vance Smith, Bobby Dyer, John Richey. Third row---Coach Stages, Billy Spencer, John Bob Little, Billy Murphy, How- ard Sherrill, Garland Christmas, Billie Lee Bryant, Frankie Dunagan, John McMinn Major Conley, Coach Taylor. 1 Fourth row---Coach Jones, Ed Ewing, Durwood Stanley, Carl Rodolph, James Cole, Billy Briggs, Billy Davis, Mgr. Calvin Morris, Coach Preston. l '- '! Il!! stung, lohn MCMinn Guard 1, at -ft GV'2W!s. 2 f. Y' 15: QlI'fffjf',' H 'Pr ' :wf 'if YZ V 5 , .1 4? Qi: is 25 xi me E 'Mi ' ' A 5,3 mg' X Grene, Boyd X Cen ter ,, X79 David Knotts Forward l 1 4 'ff fl: M. t, wel- f, ,gl U, Ylviits- 'li 1 if it vw 3Xli'Ki?Qf '- , A a?'Q:1t2S2ifw",.msw so Left to right: First row: Q A':' Smith, McM1nn, Boyd, Howard, Conley, Knotts l ' Second row: Elliott, Lawrence, Dollins, Evans, Christmas J' ,,.,. Third POW! C Combs, Murphy, Mills, Odell, Coach Preston "'- o 'ff ji 'I 5 V , , lack Combs Forward 'I il limmy Smith Forward Billy Murphy V Forward xi. ,Ax Garland Christmas Guard 3 AN: QL f em' 7 'Z HV 1 Q ' ll - , -Tif ,-'fiff -' , sign, 2 - 'ia-' Afziiw' 'Q -, , Q , ,- ' , 1?-' sis , ' ff wisp-f' ,rm W X- fx . F V , A Y 4 . x ,, 1 TC sf -ax ,, - .: X ,g .. V, . ' . -iffy w , , ' - 'J fa. vga Ki' 9 ' 1 'My 1325 ' QMS zu- . 'Mx' 'LA . ily! -' 1,5 " J, . 1' 1 V . W . P . , m 11 at k ' , ' fi! in ' ,.,:3fLff', ms, -. -:YQQ '-:iii ,' g '?2'.1jE 52, 'rf , , .5 A 1 fx, b 2 S, , ww . .. 3 51 .rv dy? J f .. .. f - A ff,-W , W ii im. 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Q J uamtd Bagley Donald Burkett NNN Harold Plckens Darrow Hill 5 I NEMBHSK ,I George Evansvwinning mile mm. Jghk 'Hilc1eff'r1jhfiinf mile-felay. Track Billy Holland runnihg 440 dash. Frank Lawrence' broad jumping Start f h' V ' A o t e- ml-le run. A , ,- , , ww ' 1 . 4 I, 'A .. .. , , Qgigrlfw-5-f!.:,. i'avq2' up -:w:3:'fr'f .F--1 lf'fiYa-x.-.--x2f,- H 4. -ff.-:'f,.':, .'+:':'1. . A " 'Y fLf"2a':,:-301514. -Zzswfaf-ii f 'w'f'21w,,1' www r . Ap.. . F. ff ga fi 'wp g3gjv,,,- ifyl Malek f f . 5 :aw w gg ' C9 W ' 'sagging QW fa ,vmfffvg . ,Q -,k ,w g .. f f ', :J , ,-fwfr: fr V , wg w -, , 31:33-fp .4 -A .r m ia Q M' fx-felfw gi, fs -iii' W- 11 .- -14 wa- .zvffwv gf ,, lfgiif, Agigpy -1 M, , Hz, 'bmw .,f,aga5fFgff' N , 73 .1.H,f,,'.,4f,: ' g '1-f f 11 ,vw , "2:",i1f5,i2z?a?'jirw-SWSYLI: . -F a, 41,5 N41 - 'T T V ,K A, 1 .1 ,, - . p3fkg5,W:Qg,d4m'wg, tax A ,W imw-Lang-,5QsQf1. WM- W ww- ' V - . nv, W ffww'4f"Lf3w Q '1 :gWxhw,1.f:f ,' - . 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Weaphera VWlhl1lI1g.440 Our school trains for pos! war days xlluok Five 1, X Repremntinq College of Pacific at- Rose Festival 2 Dollins Ellis and Tenery Seqjgnd Band Baritone Section 4 Q Drum Major and Maj orettes Page Gay Jo Ann Emerson Mary Lynn Tolbert Minnette Pelphrey V Barbara Wampler Flag Carriers Billye .Jean Vaughn Norma Jean Foster Ethelyn Wood Flutes Molly Creecy Lucille Kendrick Robert Paul Audrey Solomon Mary Lynn Tolbert Oboes Donald Buckles Ivan Elmer Basses Billy Buchanan Curtis Daniel Albert Pixley Ross Tippett Douglas Woodard Baritones Chester Corn Marvin Wehba Ralph Weiser Stanton Woodard Trombon e Kruger Abel Page Gay James Goodsoii Juanita Miller Jack Martin Bells Mamie Ellis Jacqueline Tenery Drums Dulene Dollins Harold Johnson O. G. Johnston Donald McCrary James Ravencraft Bob Schmidt Edward Shea Charles Twibell Walter VanCleave Bass Clarinets Charlotte Carr Barbara Wampler Clarinets Jo Nell Adams James Boles Odell Boles Jack Brady Herschel Bray Erschel Bray Elsie Lou Burnett Patsy Cloud Peggy Jane Corn Billy Chestnut William Enmon Anna Louise Hickey Betty Sue Hickey Jimmy Lewis Howard Parsley Jack Reeves Mary Teter Richard Whitaker - Ethelyn Wood Joe Dean Womble Alto Clarinets Jo Ann Emerson Saxophones J. R. Abel Roger Chapman Claude Lee George, Parsley Seymour Sanov Comets James Beavers Glenn Faison Norma Jean Foster Frank Glenn Jeanette Hawkins Alvin Laster Frances McBride Minnette Pelphrey Jack Phillips Harold Pickens Mack Rankin Arnold Rayrner Jerry Shea Glenn White John Woolley Charles Wampler Bassoons Harlan Shewmake Billye Jean Vaughn Horns Mildred Beavers Dorothy Dake Waymon Horn Jimmy Mankins Marilyn Miller French Horn Section Reed Seofion Marching Formation if ' Tj A W, X - 1, 3 ff V .. .,..-.,,,H. 'Mr ". 'v'-1 ,. 4 1 - . -- ..,:1::i.fh:v-f.,- r 1., " i i .Q .'H,l'.', . 5 ...Af , ..-.,. 4' f kwff-f'?'Ef 53,-2:15 V A ga- F '. , - ' 1. ,j..'A', -- . 61 1 1 . ,- if v K, , 5.4 , , 'be - ., , . .ir W. 'an ' .. -4 ii si ZR S E 9 B , i. MJ Miss Frazier i Beaty, Mary ','q ,f Beck, Betty g?ll,kSlgrleyig , ac , eor Branch, Bobialb -,Joi Burney, Alice' f ' Butler, Mlnnieij Carl, Melba ' Vf,' Carpenter, noromyfwi Chuan, amy B ,LQ -4 Clemens, Sally i 'Jeff X r,- W Q Sponsor Lewis, Lois Jean Lockhart, Betty Lou V Matysiak, Frances Millward, Jean Millward, Lavon Moffett, Dessie Lee Morris, Coleen Myers, Melba McNutt, Allyne M Roberts, Mary Lou Robertson, Pauline Shingleton, Virginia B 1 - Sheppard, Rebecca Downs. Phylllff P iff-lffii Q' gmitg' Sea? - l Farrell, Joan Q ' mit v Ou se 'K Fuller nomthyf2.1-tf,':QQ::,?l " ' Spivey, Jodie Faye i Gibson Mmgy-Jung, I Thompson, Billie Wanda Harris! Annie V Trawick' Lifura Jean Howell, Mmnajg- f.. ' Walkefi Edlfh Holland, Mary- A Hughes, Wilma I. Hutton, ' Dorothy, ' Jones, Melba .' " Kinney, June G Weathers, Ila Faye White, Edleweis White, Lavada Willingham, Rubye . Willingham, Ruth ' ,A Bohninq .,,5, "" ,' y L . ig la 'L. ' 1.: M 5314, f ..'C:S:', .' Gigs? -'W' 5? HQ, a' W 2 E1 W if 5 Q: 1 5 use , 5 ' 5 QQ- u ' 5 w5,g,,A,,, .V 1. , : , . ,Rf , gy 'A ' a Ap 2 ' my -ig ,,.:.a A as 5 J: we- ,.: -, M' ,saga .:.w?5f'- Markham M 5 .W N K A . 2-1. :ik- ,,,.z5 .. A ,SM 53 4, , v . 'Q gmg 1.5 'wxnwvz' - E. Womack Biles B. Womack Corley , L KT -. P-if 1 - U ' 1 fi ffffivikfpfiw? , ' - , ' 1 Fi-W f V: 'fill 238' Q Q ' T---,A kfwf ? 453S3 in a ' " X 'Hill' T235 fxiiiflaifbfx -' fgj wg fx, 3a!safvQf1 ,Q gf-zjzsxiff , , Y, , ,. , K NN,-Q J V3-121 . X,-vgiis . 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Janet Deskins Etta-Mae Emerson M-ildred Gary Carolyn Kearley Bonnie Faye Landrum Edith Mansell Verline McDonald Alyene Mefford Katherine Miller Clarice Skelton Doris Steen Choral Club Betty Strawn Gladys Taylor Billye Jean Vaughn Shirley Walker Georgia'Waters Yvonne Welborn ,Dorsey Woodford Beatrice Yates ' Janice Repp Loretta Ross Lucille Spencer -Peggy Strawn Clara Mae Baskin Dovie Beeler Norma Browning Myrtle Faye Coleman Grace Fisher Annie Bernice Gary Peggy Lou Johnson Mary Jean Jordan Mary Helen Kirby Patsy Knox Vona Vee Milton Lanez Barnett Geneva Boles Henrietta Tallant Director E. ' - -, --Y--.V Y W- ' First Row: Norma Browning, Peggy Johnson, Patsy Knox, Clara Mae Basking, J8-Il6ilfDB8kll1l b Mary Jean Jordan, Beatrice Yates, Katherine Miller, Carolyn Kearleyg Doris:Steen y Second Row: Vona Vee Milton, Janice Repp, Jackie Cason, Betty Strawn, Billye Jeamvwghn, Clarice Skelton, Etta Mae Emerson, Mary Helen Kirby, Peggy'Strawn,7 M.ild1?6d-Phillips, Glorii Bays. ' J , f 'T ' . Third Row: Ray Newell, Ray Miller, Russell Roush, Dovie Beeler, 'Shirley Walker, Dorsey W oodford, Gladys Taylor, Bonnie Landrum, Travis ThompS0n,q Charles 'Mickey ' Fourth Row: Sidney Ferrell, James Vickery, Robert Stokes, Douglas Woodard, Virgilibhaw, T Edgar Howard, Truman Forbes, Marvin Precise, Ivan Elmer. , I V V I A Cappella Chorus, ll l Billye Jean Vaughn, Bonnie Faye Landrum, Mary Helen Kirby Dovie Beeler,Peggy Strawn, Mildred Phillips, Beatrice Yates, .-., f Carolyn Kearley,Janet Deskins, Clara Mae Ba.skin,Mary Jean, H ' ' Katherine Miller, Patsy Knox, Anna Ruth Stone, .Jackie Cason, ' Janice Repp, Betty Strawn, Clarice Skelton, Peggy Johnson, J - ' Vona Vee Mi1ton,Grace Fisher, Shirley Walker, Gladys Taylor - Bigham, Elmer, and Vaughn Sing "Spirit A Capella Choir gf the.Lg1-df -ji 1 , The Gladewater Chapter of The National Honor Society v""wrf"'a 4 vyiiwppj y.-fff,w:f aw. aulwyvvfm ,.0'W?. Qffw Party at Mrs. McConnel1's wk,-,AG M, . 1- "- o , ,, E ' 1 A 251 r X " I m,,. 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Q I "3" E 'gf who 0 .:,g3g, .+,- " i s Q ' : W :, .2 t Zpfs My gin Nggxt www A . tx .5 ff , t Q A , wp s' '3 'A V X 23 4 is i 4 21 2 w 4 ,wk f 2, W ff 4 5 'Q 3. 5, 1 P52252 , 1 ' ' f at , f w 1 EW . sf. t ' Y' Z X3 3 Q ' th is S ' 9 wi if S A 4' Z bf 5 -Q " 4 . if ' Eg 'waits'-H X M 4 43, Q t YQ' x Qs: X Qsg viiti 52 5' vs .An. V , . W f t wsffssfaii fffis gg Qs N if may Y my x .W ig? 3639 Zigi, Ss 1 W 'M Q Q W W, 'K 12 dw if 1, , g3,,jA5,,,i gsm 1155 A " fm, Quin? 0 swag. hifi, A Mwinmr 4, ' t IE TMC A a ' - . M 5 - QF " 'iff y' 'Y fwfwf wi Charlene Christmas and Patsy' Cloud ,, , V, , , ' . -.X v-, f ,W ...min f.,. ...,- .s...Hai..1L.,.,.,-, .J,. .NIJ-:' Frank Lawrence Library 0 n.: , 1' The Gladewater Senior High School Library hasodone ,much this year toward developing the proper reading habits of the students. The shelves have been rearranged so that students have free access to all books, and a browsing corner with easy chairs has been arranged. A new charging desk has also been purchased. The library contains over 5600 volumes and subscribes to 57 periodicals. - The librarian is assisted each period by two studentsg 'who recieve credit toward graduation for their work. These students assist at the charging desk, answer reference questions, mend books, and assist in preparing new books for circulation. 1, ' Mary Charlene Teter Wilma Hughes """"""""'ix::: Tx? T! l 1 to I lce Cream . . Milk I, P Sweet Cream Butter il 1: Tops 'in Taste . . . Tops in Quality 3, it d qi fy ' a ewaier, Texas 5: 1 r Alice Maberry Stanley Teutsch Billie Childs Betty Paul I sf II Compliments of ii Wadel- Connally C0 'I I .' Wholesale Automotive With 1 1 V . . . g Genume Service Lines V ::::: ffff- ------ :Y-f:Jc.A: Emily Womack W ::::: -------- ::::.-:::::::::::::::: ----A--A 1 l Palace Cleaners .Q DICK HUNNICUT. PROP. i r r Quality Work And Better Service I All garments 'insured I U l Phone 163 if Glaclewater, Texas 'I r 0 r N A R. T. Vaughn I Sliirley Bell ' Lucille Childs - V Billy Womack 1 Haiel Corley I ' -'--" ' ee"-' 1 "---""--"' . Compliments of 'P KRPIRHQS I Gladewater's Leading S Department Store l ewelers Outfitters for the Entire Family' Longview, Texas A l Phone 17 L ::::::Jt:::::::::::J-anc::::::: .-::::: may-09: , A e c CARL B. EVERETT A INSURANCE AGENCY INSURANCE AND BONDS PHONE M289 -I U N el 0, ll P L A A Y . ' :Q "A ' Scenes from practice. NA "Almost Eighteen" -:: :::.1qc.: ::::::::: :::.-:::::::::.-:::::::::.-:v-.-:::: ::.-::::::::::::: - Bliilllers9 Lumber Company ' ':'. if- ' A Lumber SASH " 1 DOORS H SHINGLES ROOFING BUILDERS' HARDWARE AA V Gladewater, Texas T v--v---- v -v--v :-::::, - ::::: T,-,-5: :::: -:::::.-- :::::- :::::: Q b Complimerzts Q A Q Q - -h 5 , - e of Bi11's Czonfe ary your P05fmaSt97' S "Headquarters F or Z Students" 5 q K. J. Preston J 1. Scene from "Almost Eighteen". S 2. Wrinklesffor Emerson. 4 . ' ' A A . .1. ,r 1, P - ' ' ' ' ' Stratman Typewriter Company : P P P Underwood Typewriter-s S 1 Sundstrand Adding Machines e D ' 1 I I E Expert Repair Service on all Makes P P 3 P P E . . 1 gf x Longview, Texas . 2104 South Fredonia Street I I - ' 'I I: 'i 4, . 1 4! 1,,:::: ::::: :::::-foooc::::: ::::,v-ooooc::::: :::.-:JJQ -vv-- v---v -v ---v-------v-r-r-0-ro-avr--vwvywfrc--rcvv.. , ""4'-f't"'Tr"Q-O9'4I"A""'--AA '-"-- - -A- . Your A. 8c P.'F0Od Stores om 2, 000, 000 Daily The G'reatAtla10ti0 and Pacific Tea Co Digitributor of Scene from "Radio Mystery" fflzadio Myster " 0 Senior Play :rfr-3:-ff-:::::::: -:::: v:.-: -'f ff ':":'-f k ' Congratulations ' Compliments of Daichfeifcrddit- Jewelers , A , 'V , A Frzend swab Mum si? V I Ph. sos-1 -A---QAQ-Qjg, ---- ------ ---A, AA-- A:,-::i::-: 3 -i--,.-v-,,-.vv4-qrvvvv. ------ ----- -,-- , . . Crystal Laundry I- 5 L No Fabric Too Delicate :::::::: r::::::::::::::::::::::: ::: :Jn-:::::::: :::::: .- .-::::.::::.-,-:- Extra! Extra! A lady SW00nS Matter - Riegel Bindery Library and School Bookbinders ' i----1-Q Q--i--i--i- PHONE 6 - 0114 920 W. Jefferson Dallas, Texas .rc----A A ---A -- ---- ----- -v--v ----,,o-an-v--v.r4'--vvv A. Per-ry's Barber 8: Beauty Shop Q- -.-ve. W --.. - ......v :::,r,::,:,,.,:,,, ,,,,,,, White Way Dining Hall Room :ft Board I-99 PGPIY. Owner Best meals at Reasonable Rates "The School's Friend" :ui-:::J't:::::Jun-::.1ut::::::,::::: ::::::- :::: if Try our Sunday Dinners' Mrs. L. V. Coin, Proprietor ' """' "" 3 if: :::::JI::::::::::::::::::j News wif? ettawa fy Ax sway V U51 Www 'E gg be were aa V my QQ? 'Q in My .et 'f W ,ei -.Peggy at we at ra 5, Arth- ritis 'Gia' 'R W' at ,, f -7a,.eAff4-, +-Q., vw Boys Spraying Orchard i .. ,N mn., , . '6- Am, 0 Q ,, . .,,.1, , ttf, 45+ r - ' fa. r 12429. ' t - iixlfifi' 'E twi n 53 L . 1 . ' 4 aa - "3 f ' Y wisigia ilifliftrz. if li - ' , , ' .1 ' ' V lf 92 , iugg-330 ..,iw..f'f "QL A' 1' 1 ' ' 29 ififffa - - 3 , i m,.5:5 3:1v 7? 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Il V ,QQ K. f ' W V Q 'f " A gf :aff firm 1 1 fr , We X ,I , , . ,L Y ,tg Q iff P J Q 2' if K aw , f - H , gi ,. ,im ,M we K sy - e, ay,m.,,f, .r l 4 tl ,Hifi W 1+ QQLQ, '44 , -5, ,gg M352 an iw f ' r """ , Frank Dunagan F F A - Representative in Who's Who ,, . l Somethin Federal lnstitue is proud ot the large group of tine young people from Gladewater High School who have attended our school in the past. We shall strive in every way to merit a continuance ot this patronage. Federal Institute Ty1er's Most Modern and Progressive School ot Business The Only Air-Conditioned School in this Section Tyler, Texas Al! KHTI-2-I- VIN.. 'l'l.. 'lI..-....-.I- Sectional View oi the Business Offices i.i'Lf1u.4.3l1t:d'4':- -- ...... ---- --- ----- 4' ---- - --- "I i::: I I I I I I I I I Niel R. Cooper RA. lohnson lr. Insurance Service Agency " Insure 'Today - Tomorrow May Be Too Late " Phone I 402 ' 207 - 208 Phillips Building Gladewater, Texas Debate l Charles Mickey Carmen Carlisle Russell Rough Hugh King Dennie Jean Sowell Gloria Bays Ernest Allen Virgil Shaw Frances Bohning Bob Higginbotham Jack Brady Mildred Folsom fx' "' "ix: '::":'x:::::x:::x: ":f:::f:':::f":'::f -T" :E 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I II I I Mayfield Company 1 Wholesale Grocers Q , Tyler, Texas We handle the best of good foods, specializing in Libby Canned Food Products, Yukon Flour and Meal, Crustene Shortening, Diamond Matches and Paper Products. :.A:: :: : :J-0-t::::::::::::::::::::::.vqc:.1-4-:J-4'::.f-0-4': e C Mayer And Schmidt The Fashion Center of East Texas ' Tyler, Texas -A'-A 'A' ---- -Jo----A- ,4, xvititiior lli2h lleclaimers 3. Verna Miller Gretchen VanCleave Betty SUE Avant Jane Ewing Betty LOU Beard Faye Elaine 'Welborn A A A A A A AAAA AAA. AAAA : : ::- A:-A:-A-7 f:' ' ': v' ::::::::: ::::: If--'::: """"""""" 1, 'v 1 1, 1 in Compliments of l V , Bl Ll a Al Tu i R. E. Friddle ' Hardware ' A Service Station P Phone 475 202 5- Dean Sf- Cities Service Products Gladewater, Texas Phone 78 Corner Upshur Ka Dean it ,,,,A4f tem: - -T, ,b m x , 'K .1 e5'.3.,a T5 Z, , , U ' id Wie?" Fishing 4 Boatiniz - Swimming H Skating Picnicklnq The Natural Playground-of East Texas Where Particular Peoole Play Spring Fed Lake Modem Bath Hou" Pclatlal Roller-Rink . Q Sandy Bottom ' showom 'Wim suns Largest, Finest in East Texas Snappy Snack Shop A::::::::- " V ' :.-JbJNl0:c:I::::.'.-:,-::::.- :::::L-:::::::::::::::- 5 "l' "" 2 ,, Miss all M 'Q A ' sir, 1, L L f , -V H Q 8 -. ?sf f:35'3f- , X -'51--: M5 , WSE' 'ily S - an 1- awe iz- ffl K fl ' QUE? D' :Ile 1 1. - C , A " ' 1 '- - 7 if-I-55,1 Nw ,, ,Q J . . A M35 za ,' , 'W -l Q fl F -fi mwZ . ' 02, Q' we le, W K' ..,. " 1 e all 115. 5 W K, ce X f if , .W WQ he Qi, ef? " , .X -. lee .. ., T. ig? ,Wi ms ,J A 1 K -1 lf aiaefs ' 4, ' J.. 1 W N if an V I ' Q J. Karoline Kincaid - Nancy Lou Bass Nellie Vernon I '- Billy Ard O. G. Sanders Nathan McEachern Jeff Torbert S Med1ey's Service sa lf it 4 ,P 'C 35 ls 5 :C lr 5? Spunkey,A-Rroduats-1 +I I: ' S . If 11 801 Upshur sf. . ,Phone zeoew 5: Lg 1 F . I: U , ,AAAA,A,A,,,AA,,, . . . , lf v-oo-Ar----Y -vvqvo-oc--Jasc'-..--vvv--.r-tvv-v--v You Can Buy With Confidence At a I "East Texas Fifnesl J ewele'rs" Tyler, Texas fa W f I ,f l y Pj ln- Y' .laqemapelg 19161, 22 ueaq jo .zauaog gg auoqdalagl ' 'QS ueaq qqnog 933 apml .Lo Hag img 'no 5,1 apwfag sn may 'og e.tn4gu.1nJ eaoow SSS ' saAo1g pun alnaguxng pasg .Io M:-JN uy, sug,v6.mg .Log L ::::::::::::::::::: :::::::::::::::::::::::::- :::::::::: ::::.-:::::::::::::J:::-'-'-Ari: 3 'SIIIB sn Buonuv gp:-ngqgqold 1912 M 'UXIIV 'sxauuew mod asm 'appef 'qogmpues e am PUSH 891 'HJ MDW 'N zu dolls s1axa.L'.1,a1vmap1Jg9 , . . , , Smal ,MOH , . Aqneag oua ugaew SMOQQON 'spoog Mg 'SQDQW 'sajLJ,aoo.4,9 D f0.,Sw9w?,7dw0D asgpueqsaaw Ieaeuag S.55!H ' 5 Q :.-:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: -::::: -:::::: :::.-::::::: :::::.r: r,4::::::J4-:::-:::::: ::::: : :::::, +:,-J ::, I COWPWMGMS Of O . K. Grocery 8: Market V W. B. Childs, 'Owner Mayor J. M. McFarland ' , ' 'Be Wise, Buy Wise and Economfazeu ' A: ':::::: ':::::::: ::::::::fJJ:::::::v :ffl ,:::::::Q:::::::::::::::::::::::::-':::: A 1 Joe Gibbons Dan Pursel ,,. 4 ' Calvin Morris Eugene Trumbull James Wooden v - - v - - - - ., v - - - f- - - - - v Y - - - - ::::::-:::::::::: :::::.1v4hl'4':::: :::::::::::::::-'iii Compliments of McWilliams Hardware 8: Furniture Co. Longview -- Kilgore -- Gladewater -- Henderson :::::.r:::::: '-'J:::.'r-4r::,-:::.1s:::::- e STUCKEYXS :::::: -oc:::::: :::: ::: l I KID Little Tough Guys Big Bubble ::::::::.-:::.A::::.A::::, T ...... , ,A.,, , - A A i Congmtulatiofns Cofmplzfm ents of 5 To The 1, 194.2 Bama' 7,65 EE The Palace Clothiers EE SAM HUHWITZ AIIBXIIIIIIQBI'-BIISS Gladewaterfs Only Exclusive Lumber Company ff Men's Store " Ph 572 1: . one x Q . ig Phgne 4 ' G1aclewater,TeXas 4- v Compliments of Walter Bennett Your Ford Dealer Gladewater, Texais 'Y r Time To Go, Kiddies Was The Show Good, Kids? Day Drug Co. Elizabeth Arden : Dubarry t Cosmetics Panglourn and Whitman Chocolates A Complete Line ot Drugs, Sundries, etc. 1 I 'I 4I 1, I li 4 I 1' . 4, I 4, 'I 'I I 1 To Make the Grades in Hi Use MASTERPIECE Papers 8a Tablets Prescriptions 'Filled by l FOI' Sale at BSHSI' Registered Pharmacist . I Stepes Everywhere Phone 125 110 N. Main sf. fi '7!'e"e 'Q' M' 5"w'9f"fe ldll- .Quafify L. ooo-c::::: ::::.1-::::- A... .,,,, - J """f -A ---gr: A-- -----,---- - ----,-A---------- Hgervice Is Our Motto" Compliments of Phillips Hardware 8c Lumber Co. B. F. Phillios. Owner Phone 25 109 W. Commerce St. HN: Prophecy Proves To Be Interesting A "Let your building problems be ou'rs" Wm. Cameron 8: Co. Inc. Everything to Build Anything !! Phone 126 601 North Main St. Gladewater Greggton Longview Hawkins Kilgore - - - ::::Jl Messner Electric Supply Co. Wholesale A . Electrical Equipment 8z Supplies Jgslyn Wiring Materials and Fixtures Lamps and Fans Attic Ventilation Pole Line Hardware Transformer Motor and Control l I Westinghouse Air Conditioning For Prices and Estimates Phone 2051, ' Longview, Texa S ' ' ' ----- Y F5555 5555 IIJIIIIJIIJIIJ V92 3 NOHd 997 91110114 v s.1eueeIQ paeddaqg I Adpuneq 5450 3 -,,,:A.,,,7,,,,,,,,,,,:,:,::, :f ::::::a ::: A A A:::::::: A A A A::::fA: Aqdanyq Amg sbpud paezvxpg .redoog uQLu.1oN .raouedg ,img 1oJ,ueW :pq uoxgq Img :::::::::::::::.-:::: -::h:::::::J-c:::::: Oqd 'SQH 999 Wd 3 '5PIH Su-TBPIIEAADW eoupmsul Auodnuog 510043 aug p10 .MJ Qu -wzfv pw-LJ -MOL, Kouafiv aznnunsul 11aqa1g.ld 'gp 'A A Bish Mathis' 7 P Institute A Professional School of Business Longview, Texas , Monroe, La. Phone 1773 Phone 1773 A----A-- -AA-.r.e0-cAqr0c-:roooooo.c--4.9-.0.pQ-:---------A- Junior-Senior Banquet Brady responds Congratulations Seniors, '42 White's Super Service Two Fine Stations Texaco Products Firestone Tires Complete Service ---- Efficient And Courteous No. 1 Phone 11 ' No. 2 Phone 334 Main 8: Pacific Main Kz Upshur I "My Buddy " l Mcliaig Chevrolet Co Sales Service Telephone 92 21, Honr Wrecker Service :::::: : :::: :: ::Jo4-:grohaoo "B'w1lLding Is Our Business" , n , Hall Lumber And Materianlfompairly V Yellow Pine Lumber i A Full Line of Building Materials Windows, Doors, Brick Lime And Cement, Derrick Materials, Oak - And Pine Rig Timbers Hawkins Gladewater Talco 1 Phone 16 Phone 127 ' i Phone 98 :Q-ar: ::':::::::::::.-:::::::::::4 ':::::::::::::.::::::::::::::::::: ....,..,.. , Y v - -- - ::- , :::v-,- 4 Q f' Grand March i Man of Many Functions i For Ofwe a looks up Admiring the younger generation .Captain and Mrs. McConnell Ward studio , Meet us at For Bette? Pictures . Fran-k's School Store Phone 307W - - 115 W- Commerce "Headq'uate'rs for School Supplies" ::::::::::: :"":":::::::- :::J-S ":::- ::::::::::::::::::?:::::q:::::,- 'quo-47-A -,v,,,f--:a4r,..---,-----v-----J-Cvvv-- smgnrs In aemnnn Q'-1"-f'2f.'T.'i'.l..."'-ll? 3.f'ia"'1l',3-'7'i'..2'. moknuwhowwgeuiobaoonundvmo fum, all Of mia for Catalog M um 0ZZ l BUSINESS cones: - p H 'J'0f'A-P-fhC"- A--- - AA------- ------- - ---- J vlaoooooc 1 55-255 Ih""'I vroet- v---------vvv-r.--v-- Flo'we'r's for all Occassizms L N 9.- 'QT 3 .11 o S o '1 U1 5' o 'U 'SHE W SPG Billy Ard Myra Fowler Dan J 0 Butler Mu-ie Mitchell Fgyg Bagley Peggy Joyce Getta Mattie Chevallier Mary price Gay Bagley Raymond Gqodsof' Mm' E'fe'5"' Cole Mm-mrem Quan. Jacqueline Barr ' Jack Hicks A?1Q3g'acfieS Pat Qualls My Beam ff 2. 152223 gfflthyf.-I S118 Fm Smith Marvell Bel' . Betty J uergens ' Johnnie Marie Davis Juanita Smith N018 Faye Bmtflght 'Norma Kelly Ina Kuykendall Mary Jo Stone ' Rebecca Bowen Gladys Bray Elma Jean Landrum Dolores Tucker Betty L09 Estes Birdie Sue Butler June Martindale Maragaret Tucker ' Evelyn Turner -.,,,,--.rv.,V,4n-4:.., , -,- Service Hardware Company Sporting Goods,App1iances and Gift Goods 'Phone' 93 Post Office Box 1498 Gladewater, Texas po-c:::: I -::::::::::::::::.vo-r::::::- 'P Greetings From A' fi 1 1 K. Wolens Department Store 1, I East Texas' Most Popular Store 1 , in Glade-water ' ' phone 212 100 E. Commerce 11 --------------------------A-------+A ---A-J-or--'AA--AAAAAAAA-'AA""""'A"''A"::::A August 30 Briggs arrives to leave for Camp Stewart. SZBHFQDG Iii 1 1 Saikin , 1 Credit Jonah!! , Gladewaier, 'i'exas 1 "Your.sfor Success Through Life" 1 V 1 1 Sam drives the truck of luggage. ,,f v--' 1 if 1' ' r ' Compliments of 1 1+ 1 1 3 1 'I Southwestern Gas and 1 ' r 'g Electric Company E 1 Constantly 1 E Rendering , Courteous P 1' Service ' D 0- J We Y . Yswinmr YVVV Y .Y - -'us-.-vV. , -7.11 it :E E. W. Wiseman 1 1 I , , . 'I 1 I Everett Wiseman .I Wiseman Bros. Furniture Co. P. O. Box 774 -- Phone 457-W 'I I I 1 I 'I 'I 'I 'I Gladewater, Texas L04"I'I"'JtAA- --AA ------ --- - --AA - +--A-A- '- A----- A-+--AA---- ---Y---,vu--,,,.,-----v--.,v,-,.,- Sept. 4-5 Registration. Issuing locks. A I Sept. 8 . Mr, Hunter speaks in first assembly. c ---- -A-- A-.- ---- - A ---- 55:25 555345555 A--'A'A 1, 1- 1 1 I 1: 1I 1, : 1, 'I I 1, I I I 'I 1 I 1I Q V 5: ffowsmcw BeSfW1Sh2S" 31 5 ll. W. Canfield , 1 I I 1' 1, ' I Insurance Agency Q, ., In the Great East Texas Oil Field 1 ' ., I I II 1, I 1, I, 1 1 Medical Arts Building 5 I I 11 Cglaheinatsr QBMIQ Tinxesjilrihune 'E E I 1 1' 1: Gladewater,Texas 5, ,: BOX 838 :E ' I I 1+ 1, I Gladewater, Texas 4: Barnes H. Broiles Editor and Publisher I 1: I 1: 'I 1, I 1, 1, 'I ,I :I :I L-4-:::: Q 11-'iiff -::::.1-4-:Jasc :i- 1? vvvv ,,,,,,,,.....v - - - v.v..,v...... - -i-.- Y ...v.. :ov-4A- , -- 'I 'r It W - tw " A 5. ' t' eat it-fs' ' , siilvf of W 6 l, - 1: STEINWAY e SONS it ' ' WWW' HHS 86511115 5 ESTEY REED oReANs EVERETT ORGATRUNS ' 1: noe ELM STREET SHEET MUSIC 1' BANDcI'1?Sc'l'gI:11:1ENTs . A RECORDS' RADIOS :I ZENITH QTIQQEJ Mmmvox 4 BAND INSTRUMENTS C0MB'NAT'ON5 1 L.::::::::::::::-3:5::::::::: 3 3 : 5qn0q0uluf::::.t-4-::.1het:::::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::rJi:fv -A i A ' t 1 t t t I t t t t I t t Sept. l9 Oct. 3 Bears playHenderson here. Hender- Texarkana Tigers' downed by Bears son 0 Bears 20. 14 to 6. ' T Sept. 26 , Oct. 8 Sulphur Springs games with Bears i 13 to 0. 5' Compliments oj t If Reeves' ' Magnolia Station - ti No. 1 No. gf Phone 58 Phone 535 't And " : D. Beck I tt Wholesale Agent to Magnolia Petroleum Co. L:::: -:::::::::::::-roooon-::::::: :: ::- X Anita Jeter represents Gladewater at the Forest Festival in Lufkin. A A A A A A A A A A::::.I60'4-:J :::::: Compliments of Gladewater Nursery A. B. foshee, Owner 4 mi. West on Dallas Highway Quit. Jac- - v v .::::Je'c:.r: -A- ----4:4--:romana-1-AAAJQOI --A--' "A A--A ---A "-' ' ""' A"""""" "A""""""N"""" 4 -. 4 Q 1 Q 4 O l Q u 4-I E 4-I Ni H cn h-IO Q 4 D' 4 3 4 N 3 - 4 gr ,V 4 W Q. - : 4 , - -4 . D 'I 4 4 4 5 4 4 2 un - ' 4 o p 4 S 4 ' 4 9 1: , 4, 4 4 4, 4 4 4 41 4 4 4 4 4 4 4, I 44 4 4 4 4 4 f 1 ...sal it 5 in 5 - ' N its -lr, 454.4 rm., 4- I V 4 V 4 .,,E4.3,h- 4 'fs fig , ' '- 4. rf. ,- ' ' 1 .. .4 - Q ' . - ' ' - -'wifi 4 Mugfggl V, . I .V , 1 :rf m O 4 4 45 5 F f' 'f 1 9, o ,Q Q E ' 4 5, fu . -44 to K 4 4 - 4 5' E E44 , ,Sa 4 4 'c 5 . 4 4 '4 UQ ic" ' Y' 4 A , ' I 444. If , , ,Q - ' Q m N ,H 4 ,Ni , ,,-: 44 ' ' H' 2' 4 ' 2 UU 'sf , 4- T , ., 1' 0 Q 4' S. g '1ff'f!f.e4,!'o 44:-N' " ' 4' 41 3 l, gi . 4 ,' PT' 41 N' . . - .11fp.4..f'2:-f'4 4' " ' U1 ff' 442' 4 ' ' , ..4.s.,....a....,,...........,.. . Ph :Alu za-'Mm , ,.,,2f i 3 as 4 . 4 4 as S- ,Q H , ' -gf V i 1 ' 'Fifi I , . 4, f 1 4fl1"E"3':'1. h , 4.. ..,....- ..,..a..-aa.,-.,, Tyler Lions smear Bears 47 to 0. Got. 24 ' , Bonham beat by B69-YS 25 to 0. Oct. 31 Bears beat Athens there. Score ' 25 to 0. -::,- n::::, - :.7:JV0qd'4'::: C:::- v - v - v Q- ffff Sturdivanfg Barber Shop "'Always Backing the Beam-s" --- v-v lfvvv a patriotic theme at the half. Nov. ll American Legion and science ' department sponsor special patriotic assembly program. Nov. 14 Dallas Tech. beat Bears here 20 to 7. I -,,- Wciggoner Cleaners LEON L. WAGGONER. PROPRIETOR 4 ' - PHONE 465 sus west uPsHuR ' GLADEWATER TW4- D . sz,-.iS Q . Y v v--- ----v.- ----v v- vvvvv ---- - -------- v-v.r-0-ana--.1-04-- :::-1-:f,:v Congratulations to The 1942 Seniors From ..- -f 'r ln 'u 't lr 'r ln lr 4 lr 1, Tyler Commercial College W S it fl And School of Business Administration t 0 Tyler, Texas lu l I: Qualified by Highest Educational Standards lr Approved by Texas State Department of Education l' More Than 50,000 Graduates I' 1 :t wmv: Fon CATALOGS Lsffff- ':::::: :::Jw'o0oooo4-:::ho'oh4-::Jro-t::::::::I:::::::::::: Nov. 20 DSC. 5-5 Junior play. "Almost Eighteen" Journalism students go to Denton. E NOV. Deg- 8 ThaI1kSgiViI1g h01idaYS- L0I1gview America declares war on the Axis. beats G. H. S. 13 to 0. Allen Drug Store COWPZWCMS Of "H adquarters for High School Students" McAfee GTCCGPY 84 Market 6 , for 105' E- P00050 Ph. 21,0 Fancy Groceries-Meats -::::::::::::::: ' ' f:::::f::::J ,:::, :f-:::.::::::::::::::::::::?::: f A- --- M- rn'- Eieoun Music Company "Everything Musical" Finney Bros. 126 SOUTH MAIN Shoe and Harness Repair Dec. I2-13 Ian. -23 Debate team goes to Austin. Longview ,Lobos beat Bears 22 to 14 is Dec. l6 Pinata Party Dec. 19 Christmas holidays begin lem. l Oscar Kuehne answers call to army. len. 6 Basketball team beats Athens 27 to 26 l zu.. 9 Kilgore beats Bears here 28 to 16. lei. l5 Tyler defeats Bears here. Score 35 to 17. Jill. liiiadewater beats Texarkana 35 to 17. I m lan. 26 Mr. Snodgrass joins faculty. lan. 27 ' Bears beat Marshall Mavericks 26 to 25. lan. 30 Second half of basketball begins with Bears downing Athens 25 to 29. Feb. 3 ' Kilgore smears Bears 42 to 8. Feb. lO Tyler Lions beat Bears 37 to 29. Feb. 13 4 Texarkana beaten by Bears 60 to 25. Compliments of QAFE X-X . CX - '-rsff " off er 1:5 pg.-Sid' 123 . MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION Gladewater,Texas Member oi Federal Reserve Bank Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent Feb. 17 Bears lose to Longview 22 to 35. Feb 19-2O Senior play. "The Radio Mystery". Feb. 23 Marshall beats Bears 33 to 29. Mar. 1 I Doyle Preston volunteers for air corps. Mar. 13 Track meet with Kilgore here. Sos1and's 1 Fine Diamonds China Gifts Longview Texas Samuel C. Harris Attorney-at-law 219-220 Phillip Bldg. Phone 278 Mar. 25 Mr. Dalby goes to Sheppard Field.Mr. Cosby Speir takes his place. Apr. 1 Kid Day for Seniors at Big Sandy. Apr. 3-6 Easter holidays. Apr. 1O Donkey basketball game. April 13 Mr. Stages leaves for army. April 17 Junior Senior Banquet. . . , fl ' Sfffg jgl-Q2 aa W , N ' W Af Wy ' A 1-'f m A , on a - , g W - - A Q . f . ., - 25:5 wi Q 1 if ff. , fa as 1 Q".-.X 1 2- ff ' if ' f, 1+ .A 'B fi. J .5 Q ' f 'ff ff? rzf ff a ' " F 'X I W - ' " ...T g m..fmk,:.., , . 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Stemw- F Y ei zz 1 ti es et t to .,,,.,.. if Chosen for this team by K F R O was another Bear, Kenneth Brock, a right tackle. Dan Pursel was chosen for All District by another group. TRAIAING FOR EFFECTIVE CITHMWSUPH WMthmzmdeMtmgofBHW FACTS was in the hands of these students, who had the assistance of several other skilful reporters and copy- readers. Complete personnel of the BEAR FACTS was made up of the following: Marjorie Arney, Gloria Rays, Gene Boyd, Billy Buchanan, Basil Dollins, Ivan Elmer, Page Gay, Evelyn Lynn, Leta Louise McKane, Juanita Miller, Julius Morse, Reuben Phillips, Morna Lee Seltz, Maxine Steen, Billye Jean Vaughn, Ernestine Warren, and Ruth Willinghan. J.R. Abel, Ernest Allen, Jack Brady, Carmen Carlisle, Bob Higeinhothan, Jimmie Hil- ton, David Knotts, George Vain, Arlyn Matthews, Calvin Horris, Betty Paul, Dorothie Simmons, Jewel Spivey, Gladys Taylor, Roland Wise, and Travis Thompson. Editor wr W, F sg?-swf, w f VM 1 1, . Jack Brady 1 ' f ' ' 1 9 s ,W .uw if GeneBoyd Max 7Jze swf. - Sponsor Associate-Editor i ffji f W Robert Chambers Gladys Taylor 390115 ,, Q, 1 Exehanges Q o, o, wi - I, Q I I V oo' " '- Q li' W -fi if M Julius Morse Maxine Steen Juanita Miller Festuel Society ,1 , oooo l i 4, A r i i 1 nk iw, 'Q Ivan Elmer Billye Jean Vaughn Wri Ling and edi ting of BEAR FACTS was in the hands of these stu- den ts, who had the assistance of several other skilful report-ers and Copy-readers. Complete personnel of the REAR FACTS was made up of' the followingj: Marjorie Arney, Gloria Bays, Gene lloyd, BillyBx1chanzm, Basil Dollins, Ivan Elmer, Page Gay, Evelyn Lynn, Leta louise Nioliane, Jlliillliii. kill- ler, Julius Morse, Reuben Phillips, Aiorna Lee Seltz, Maxine Steen, Billye Jean Vauggln, Ernestine Warren, and Ruth Will ingham. J.'R. Abel, Ernest, Allen, Jack Brady, Carr en Carlisle, Roh Hifgszin- lxotham, Jin-wie Hilton, David Knotts, George Main, Arlyn Matthews, Calvin Morris, Bettv Paul, Dorothie Simmons, Jewel Spivey, Gladys Taylor, Roland Wise, and Travis Thompson. ya ,. ,ly lllllila lf If, f M L AVX, Waffle ' ,ill ' Lee ood, R berta ogue. V I E Second wk Raymo dell, e bu , meswgs , 1 '7.Jze 3,8644 'Zale Sic!! - ,KM Q Left to right, first row-- R Lucile Childs, Leola Thompson, Dennie Jean Sowell, I Mary Charlene Christmas, Betsy Lou Timms. l Second row-- ' ' v Clyde Gulley, Billy sharp, Kenneth Dodson. V M if is new lflllsawi 1. , .2 A - 1 V 9 - . ... Q M- 'mfg C :S al k l l- , W in l 5 W' 2 f 1 if hl .,.. ll s 5 i W x . ' x Q N ff O l 120' l CORPORATlU.'fl l I CY' E 5- S- S gtbgfb H' U o.'4 E m'O5-' w N s m 3625 2-mm-US? .Oc-rfb fl' - :icuii o D 3' 5 5' z Q 5: S, o 12. Siva? m ' 3 P' N 2.4, as 1+ gram '45 1192 ...Q-gg-rf 1225.13 Q 2.8 Sp, Dgigs Z Q U - H F1 H Q 2 W ' 5 sw Ina m Q1 D N Ph Q- m Q. 3 3 Gln . 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T:g:: ? gf,-:: ::-A 4, '1 4 1, '1 41 1, 'P tl 4: 1, fl ' I 4, 1, I IC C Z. t f If H Q 4 Om lmen S 0 ' . ,l if p 2' jf Congratulatwns to ig I 1: 41 fl l 4 1, l tl 1, '1 :l 1: 1, fl 1: 1' 4' 1: :P 1: I: 2 1: I' 1: Gladewater on its Splendid Public School System l 1 4 1, 'p '1 1 '1 1: E :E fr lp 4 1, I 3, J. C. Penney Company :E jg and to we 'E '1 I' 1' 41 5 INCQRPQRATED f G Y 4 1, , High School Graduates of 1942 I QI ig ' ,I I P 4 'f i ' I il 'I 5' 1' in " 1' gf :g 4: Southern Creameries :E is 2 1' f 4 l fi I 1: ig Tyler, Texas ,I Gladewater s Most Modern 1, " 3 4: , Q , 1' 1: 'ff ' 1 7 5 Department Store if Phone 934 1 1, EE fi 11 1 1: " 31 leef: J L ,A,A AAAA Y-vv f--Jsl i t- V v-vv .... A '::::.1xq lr in 1 i 41 'i 0 'I 1 Chapple Insurance Agenc . ' 'Represent'inyf:Only-T he Best" ,T Gladewater, Texas g 403 North Center Street 1 U 0 N P U i U A Phone 246' i ii -- - -U A - ..... -A--:-:---s------.g1 v , ,-5:3.-:.-::::::::::::::::::::- ::::npoosp-0-rt- -:r4--9100-94----av-c,.1: ,,,,,, .....,,,, , -, --,, Frances McBride: Miss Carter is the most absent-minded person l ever saw. Frank'Glen: What's she been doung now? Frances McBride: Why, this morning she thought she'd left her watch at home, and then looked at it to see if she had time to go back and get it. Mr. Button: lGreatl,y irritated at the action of a studentl Listen here, young men, are you the professor of this clasd Robert Paul: No, sir, l'm not. Mr. Button: Then stop acting like a . fool. Mrs. Dunagan: Now, Frankie, what will you say at the party when you've had enough to eat? Frank Dunagan: Goodbye. ---A -A--4 :I 11 N p 0 p P 'l P . 0 Maolnme Sr Tool Co. :g - i 0 1 :E Shops Located in :I l 4 Salem, Illinois Crossville, Illinois Talco, Texas Gladewater, Texas 1: Phone 117 Box 466 ii Gladewater, Texas I: 3E 'i ----4 gffff --,- t:::--- A-A++ vvvv Hrs. Barton: Tomorrow is your Father's birthday. What shall we do for him? Bobbie Barton: We might let him have his car for a day. Mary Alice Thomas: 'No, we mustn'U Didn't you know that the teachers have decided to stop necking?' Edgar Howard: 'Aw, heck! The first thing you know they'll be wanting the students to stop, too.' A The car was moving along a lonely road. Suddenly from under the hood came a terrific knocking. The car came to a stop. Julius Morse: 'Heck, I wonder what that knock is.' Bennie Jean Sowell: Nl think it's oppor- tunity, baby.' 1 'I 0 0 0 U 0 p 1 Complzments of I i 0 i P i I Shipp Bros' anna! 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