Gladewater High School - Bears Tale Yearbook (Gladewater, TX)
- Class of 1957
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editor s note
Another year in our high sch
tionally the purpose of the B ' T I
ool life has come and gone. It is tradi
ear s a e to serve as a permanent collection of
words and pictures that will rc
High School. As you glance thro
many of the happy hours spent here.
mind students of these yeans at Gladewater
ugh the pages we hope thatlyou will reca
The emphasis is on youu the student
the I957 Bear'
your school and your campus activities. It is the wish of
Tale staff that you find in this book many fond memories.
Bobby Gray. Editor '
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fun and amusement for GHS-ers.
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The agriculture equipment pro-
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pleasant surrounding for many musicians.
The senior high choir is enjoying the comfort
of the modern choir room.
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The students are playing while Mr. Setzler
and Mr. Johnston prepare for films during
Donnie Philbrick makes his 'An for
the day in World History.
Mr. Morris's American History class
couldn't keep from posing for the camera.
It seems like no one is studying except
Etta Mae Stephens and she is studying
Claude Eddy tests his strength with
Mary Moore and Bruce Welborn explain
'Atomic Models' to fellow students
in Chem. class.
The Sophomores work intenseley on the
Iowa Achievement Test in the cafeteria
The ninth graders wait for the next
test to begint
These English l students look
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Janie Rankin and Charles Davis seem to
have members of the D.E. Club interested
in their discussion. ,5HEplt
Mr. Johnson's freshman math class seem
to be very attentive.
Mr. GalIien's students are busy with
l IO their lessons.
This math class is not as dull
as it looks.
On-lookers watch expectantly to see if Bobby
Edmonson makes the basket.
Mr. Gallien waits to be
knocked from his perch
Mary Ann Williams entertained the Halloween
Queen and her court.
Gail Thompson tells fortunes at the
Bad weather failed to dampen the spirits of the crowd at the Halloween
Joyce Allen and Ben Money exhibited
their dancing ability at the Senior
Some people had difficulty recognizing Nelda Maynard
and Jeannie Skelton doing their carnival act
Jerry Strong prepares to break a record as
the bystanders watch with interest.
Great dramatic talent was displayed at the Sophomore
Luwilda Mckaig receives the Homemakers of
Tomorrow award from Mr. Roy Johnson.
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Beautiful music from the Stephen F. Austin College Choir.
More Sophomore talent in the Three Sophomore
songsters. Linda Moore. Sue Jean Simmons, and
Buddy Mears speaks for democracy And the Sophomores can dance too! Betty Pace, Jane Phillips. and
at the National-Education Week Gay Roberts display this talent.
Joachim Rabiger enlighted the stident body
about life in Germany.
Billie Davis accounts of life as a hobo
was quite inspiring.
nBoboH mystifies everyone with
his crazy antics.
Excerpts from Ken Bennett's review inc
a song from Miss Clemmer.
Hyptnotism was the subject of the
assembly program presented by Dr. Brian.
This was a typical scene at the weekly pep rally
Coach Barnhiil expresses confidence in the
Bears at the bonfire.
Two Cheerleaders were caught shiiouetted against
Candidates for the title of Ugly Man.
Coach Mitchell gives a pep talk before the
The Good Sportsmanship trophy was presented to
Gladewater by Judge Earl Sharp. I
Mr. Pennington accepts the conveted honor
of being named n Ugly Man of G,H,S,U
Freddie Henley and Ben Morey escorted the Band Sweetheart
Mr. Santa Clause receives final preparations
from Mr. Poole and Ben Money.
Santa Clause seems to have everyone in a up-
The Jaycee's have a beautiful float in the annual
Everyone seems pleased to see Randy Wells
Floy Meadows seems to have an overload of cracker
Randy Wells and Luwilda McKaig provide
a happy ending for the one-act play.
Mary Bland listens intensley to Carol lvey's
intresting disclosure. I
Nominees for homecoming queen are presented
in pep rally be Mr. Lipscomb.
Luwilda McKaig, Football Sweetheart, is escorted by Gene
Branum and Randy wells.
The basketball queen nominees gather
before school for a friendly conversation.
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was elected by the student body.
Peppy Blaunt. flanked by Gene branum and Coach
Mitchell was the speaker at the Bear Banquet:
and 9003 food
The Cub Sweetheart. Laura Mings, had a big smile
for the occasion.
The Bears and their guests enjoyed the good food
A good time was had by all at the Cub Banquet.
The Cub cheerleaders cheered the team on against
Oliver Sorrells uout-jmmpsu the opposition for two points.
Tommy Minter heads for a touchdown against
Jeffery Gullet shows his shoting ability in
game during intermural sports.
Doyle Read cuts loose with two more points
as opposing members look on.
ry Bland is gonna get one
right down the throat.
Presenting the royalty
Martha Berry, a Senior, was selected Valentine
Sweetheart of G.H.S. by popular vote of the
Loretta Stone, of the Junior Class was crowned
Halloween Queen by Mr. Dana Williams.
Paul Lorentzen, Ruth Durham, and Nelda
Maynard take time out for refreshments
Bobby Gray looks om as Prin. George
A retreat from bad weather, a place
for entertainment, and a place for study
are some of the reasons for GHS-ers hav-
ing the Student Recreation Center. The
Jr. and Sr. Student Councils were mainly
responsible for this fun nook. The Center
contains a 24 inch television set, coke
machine, candy machine, and equipment for
playing cards, checkers, ping-pong, and
Lipscomb jumps one of his kings in
thier close checker game
Martha Berry, Sylvia Dade,Jeffery Gullett,and
Craig Keoun watch with open mouths as John Dillard
and F.D. Audas give thier opponents a hard time.
Sitting, left to right: Dewey Gray, Secretary: Jack L. Hearrell, President: Marold Victory, Vice-president.
Standing, left to right: J. A. Jones, Administrative Assistant: W. E. Mitchell, Jr., Howard LeBus, Frank Landers
Dana Williams, Superintendent: and Archa Branum. L
Jack L. Hearrell
President of School Board
A Message from the Board of Education:
The Gladewater Schools have had a successful
year. We are proud of the achievements of each class,
and particularly do we congratulate the graduating
class for a job well.done.
Your Board of Education is charged with the re-
sponsibility to make policies which, when carried out
by the Superintendent and his administrative staff,
will provide the best possible schools for Gladewater.
The active assistance of the parents and the students
is needed.i With your help we can continue to achieve
even greater success in the years to come.
The Board of Education
TSTA NEEDS DANA
This year Gladewater achieved another
milestone when its Superintendent, Dana
Williams was elected President of the Texas
State Teachers Association by the greatest
majority of votes in the history of the
The Gladewater School system, the Citi-
zens of Gladewater, the School Faculty and
Board of Education as well as the family
of Dana Williams shared in this event when
they honored Mr. Williams with a recogni-
tion dinner in the High School cafeteria
on the night of December l3. With over
300 guests in attendance the affair was
certainly one of the outstanding affairs
of recent Gladewater history. A plaque
was awarded to him for his high achieve-
ments in the field of education.
As the year progresses, it becomes ap-
parent that Mr. Williams' year as President
of the Texas State Teachers Association
will be one of great personal sacrifice,
dedication, and service as he fulfills
his pledge of better schools for Texas
Supt.Dana williams is shown with the plaque
he received from the faculty.
Supt. Williams talks over problems with School Board
Pres. Jack Hearrelh
JR. HIGH COUNSELOR
sn. men couNsELoR
RAYDELL GOGGINS HELEN CAIN
T0 SUPERINTENDENT REGISTRAR
ZOLA JOHNSON ANN WORWICK
T0 PRINCIPAL T0 PRINCIPAL
Enid A cock
BA - NTSC, MA - TU
BS 6 MEd - SFASC
Boys P.E., Coach
BS -0kla.AaM, MA-SFASC
Emma Sue Bennett
BA L MA - TU
William J. Bri s
BM-8 MEd - SFAEE
BS 8 MS - ETSTC
Jo Nelle Chambers
BA - NTSC
BS - ETSTC
BS - SWSTC
BA - TU, MLS - TSCW
C. W. Dawson
BA A MA-Hardin Simmons
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BS - Centenary
Richard S. Goode
BS - NTSC
Pearson D. Green
BS - HSTC, Ark.
BA - AC, MA - SFA
Biology! Math, Co
BS - Henderson SC, Ark.
0. G. Johnston
BAA MA - Baylor
B.S. SFA C
Bio., Math, P.E.
J. H. McCord
BS G MS - ETSTC
BS-Centenar , MEd-ETSTC
Civics, Dr.Ed., Coach
Frank S. Morris
B.S. ETBC, SFASC, UT
G. H. Parrish
B.S. - Etstc
Shop, Mech. Drawing
E. C. Pennington
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Typing, Sec. Training
Jerry D. Poole
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Jessie Mae P nes
BS 6 MEd - ETSTC
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Pl. Geo., Bookkeeping
BS 8 MEd - ETSTC
Algebra, Solid Geo.
B. T. Slater Jr.
B. A. BU, NTSC, SFASC
Physics, Chem., G. S.
BS 8 MEd - SFASC
BS 8 MS - ETSTC
BS- Okla. U.
W. Hist., Coach
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BETTY SMITH MACK MOSLEY
SCHOOL NURSE SPEECH THERAPIST I
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E-0- W00LEY CAFETERIA PERSONNEL
CUSTOOIANSZ FIRST ROW: HOWARD DUNNAGAN, KENNY GAGE, GENE CAUSEY, FRANK HAWKINS, A.B. ROSE, CHARLIE OWENS, HJDDY
SMITH, JOEL SMITH, SECOND ROW: E.O. WOOLEY, MONROE TUCKER, MONROE MAYBERRY, JIM JONES, TRUMAN COWAN, JESSE WAR EN,
32 BRUCE WOOD, ROLAND DUNCAN, REED GASTON, DAVE ROBERTS, LUTHER FORD.
The following G.H.S. students were
elected by secret ballot by menbems
of the student body. When a ma-
jority of votes is not held by one
person there is a run-off between
the top two.
This year at a Favorites Dance,
sponsored by the seniors, the
i956-57 favorites were revealed.
The runners-up for these honors
are as follows: Most aeautafui
Girl, Martha Berry: Most Handsome
Boy, James Thompson: Most Popular
Girl, Margaret Chamberlain: Most
Popular Boy, Simon Vernon: Most
Courteous Girl, Jane Sheppard: Most
Courteous Boy, Bruce Melborn: Perf
sonality Girl, Gail Thompson: PerQ
sonality Boy, John Dillard: airl!
Most Likely to Succeed, Madelyn
Holloway: Boy Most Likely to Suc-
ceed, Mike Yarbrough: Senior Class
Favorites, Mary Bland and Gary Kerr:l
Junior Class Favorites, Mary Ann
Williams and Bubba Martin: Sophomore
Class Favorites, Betty Pace andi
George Black. X
Junior High runners-up are asf
hllows: Most Beautiful Girl,'
Virginia Keller: Most Handsome Boy, i
John Shepperd: Most Popular Girl,
Carolyn Lee: Most Popular Boy, Mike
Mitchell: Most Courteous Girl,
Virginia Smith: Best All Around
Girl, Ann Kilgore: Freshman Class
Favorites, Mary Whatley and Delwin
Craig: Eighth Grade Class Favorites,
Clarwanda Dawson and John Bell:
Seventh Grade Class Favorites, Ann
Kilgore and Wayne Speir and Willie
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The Gladewater High School is made
up of six hundred and ninety-sixy
students this year. These stu-Q
dents are very active in school
activities such as the Band, Choir,
Strings, and the Sports program.
Each year the Junior Class spon-
sors the Halloween Carnival to raise
money for the Junior and Senior
Banquet. Each class elects a candi-
date to run forqueen. The candl-
date whose ciass raises the most
This year a basketball queen was
elected from candidates chosen from
each class. The class having the
largest number of students attending
the first three home district ball
games won the contest and their
candidate was crowned queen. L
These are just a few of the many
activities the students can take
part in and work together. We are
proud of our school and enjoy the
associations we have with our
friends and teachers. We are happy
that we are part of G.H.S.
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senior class favorites
Carol Ivey Randy Wells
senior class ofzqcers
Senior Class Officers
President - Craig Keoun
Vice-President - Gary Kerr
Secretary - Carol Ivey
Treasurer - Ruth Durham
Reporter - Jane Shepperd
Parliamentarian - John Dillard
The Senior Class of l956-57, with its eighty-
nine students, is the smallest class in G.H.S.
Of these students, thirty-eight are girls and
fifty-one are boys. Forty-one of these seniors
have been together since the first grade and
sixty-eight have been together since the seventh
These students are very responsive to the
extra-curricular activities, as well as our stu-
dious departments. They are highly active in the
band, choir, and strings, while a large number of
our boys are in the sports program.
As Sophomores and Juniors, this unified group
sponsored a very successful Christmas Social and
As this group departs from the hill June I,
G.H.S. will long remember their success in high
Good luck, Seniors!
National Honor Society
Cheerleader i953 54, 56-57
Student Council Secretary
ueen of Gregg County Fair 56
uchess of Yamboree 55
Drum- major 56-57
Swing Choir 5'-l-55
Slide Rule Club
Tennis Semi-Finals District l956
All State Orchestra
All Regional Band
National Honor Society 54-55
A bl es, Patsy
Editor of Bear Facts I956-57
Press Club l956-57
F. H. A. I956- 57
Sec. 81 Treas. of Homeroom i956-57
Annual Staff i956-57
Student Cbuncil l955-56
Audas F. D.
F. F. A. Treasure 55-56
V-Pres. Soph. Class
Parl. Freshman Class
Second Asst. Editor of B.F. 56-57
Art Ed itor of B. T. 56-57
National Honor Society 53-54
Brannen, Sue Ann
Annual Staff 56-57
Bear Fact Staff 56-57
Most Courteous Boy 55-56
Pres. Freshman Class
National Honor Society
Brewer, deral d
V- Pres. D. E. 56-W
Press Club 56- 57
Bears Tale Staff 56-57
Pre-Mil itary Club 55-57
F. F. A.
Pres. of Mlsic Club
All State Orchestra li yrs.
Award of Outstanding Musician
National Honor Society
Pres. Homeroom ll Yrs.
Sec. of Club ll yrs.
Sec. Homeroom 56-57
Swing Choir 56-51
Majorette 56 5 7
Bear Facts Staff 56 57
Press Club 56-51
Slide Rule Club
2nd State Slide Rule
Pres. Whittl ing Club 55-56
Pres. Library ssistance 56-57
Annual Staff 56-57
Sec. Band 56-51
Student Council 55-56
V-Pres. JCL 55-56
Tres. Jr. Class
National Honor Society
Du rhan, Ru th
Homecoming Duchess 55-56
Tres. Sr. Class
Reporter Student Council 56-57
Earp, Doni s
Rep. of FFA 5ll-55
Class Pres. 52-53
Student Council 53-54
Homeroom Pres. 5l-52
Hal loween Escort 53
Tres. Band 56-57
Pres. Homeroom 56-57
Editor of Annual
Pres. of Annual Staff Club
arrel l, Delores
Drama Club 5ll-55
Swing Choir 55-57
V-Pres. FFA 55-56
V-Pres. Homeroom 5ll--56
York Barbell Club
BT Photography Editor 55-56
BT Production Mgr. 56-57
Pres. Homeroom 5'l-56
National ljlonor Society
Spanish King 55
Pre-Military Club 55-W
Model Airplane Club 51+-55
Gar ne r, John
Drama Club 56-57
Barbell Club 5ll-55
Parl. of FFA
Homecoming Duchess 56-57
Sec. Senior Class 56-57
Sec. Freshman and Jr. Class
Sec. Choir 56-57
Pres. Band 56-57
Student Council Rep. 56-57
Parl. Freshman Class
Shop Club Q yn
Halloween Princess 56
Sec. Student Body 56
National Honor Society
Honorable Mention for Art
Art and Crafts Club
Bookkeeping Club 56-57
Pres. Sr. Class
V-Pres. Student Council 55-56
Pres. Soph. Class 54-55
K err, Gary
Parl. Soph. Class
V-Pres. Sr. Class
Swing Choir 56
Nat. Honor Society
Tres. of Homeroom
Sec. of Homeroom
Parl. of Choir 56-57
Spanish King 55-56
Sports Editor of B.F. 56-57
Rep. of Drana Club 54-55
V-Pres. of Band
Homeroom Pres. 5I
Pres. of Homeroom 56-57
D.E. Pres. 56-57
Annual Staff 55-57
Class Sec. 5l-52
Personality Girl 53-56
Cheerleader 5 yrs.
Nat, Honor Society
Muckel roy, Carol
Student Council 5ll-55
Sec. of Homeroom 5l-55
Popular Music Club
Halloween Princess 55-56
Nat. Honor Society 55-57
Choir Sweetheart 56-57
Pre-Military Club 55-56
Rod and Reel Club 54-55
Bar Bell Club 56-57
N ixon, Joe
Homeroom Parl. 56-57
in Band 5ll-55
ot god Club 53-5'-l
Pope, Wi lson
Pres. Science Club
Homeroom V-Pres. 57
Pres. Student Council 56-57
V-Pres. Cheerleader Club
Haneroom Tres. 55-56
Student Council 5I-53
Smith. J. W.
Pres. Homeroom 54-55 56-57
Number Sense Club
Hat. Honor Society
Social Problems Cluu
D.E. Swee heart 56-57
Rep. of Band 56-57
Nat. Honor Society 54
shop Club ss-57
Arr ciub 53-sus
Homecoming Duchess 54-55
Reporter of Senior Class
Student Council 5 yrs
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Pres. Homeroom 54-55
V-Pres. Homeroom 55-56
V-Pres. Homeroom 53-54
Pres. Homeroom 55-56 1
Regional Chanpion Tennis 54-55
District Chanp 55-56
Pres. of Press Club
Popular Music Club
Hot Rod Club
Ha loween Princess
Band Sweetheart 56-57
All State Orchestra 56-57
Tumbling Club 5-57
Parl. of Homeroom
All-State Choir 55
Van Ho uten, Walter
All State Choir 56-57
Swing Choir 56-57
Class Pres. 5l-52
Football Capt. 56
Student Council 56-57
V Pres. Homeroom 56-57
Pop Music Club 55-56
Charades Club 56-57
D. E. 56-57
Student Council 5l-53
Pres. Homeroom 53-54
Halloween Escort 55-56
Pres. Jr. Class
Student Council Parl. 56-57
Pres. Homeroom 55-56
Parl. of Homeroom 56-57
Exchm e Ed. of B.F.
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Pres. Homeroom 53-54
Reporter of .EL 55-56
Bookkeeping Club 56-57
V-Pres. Spanish ll
Outboard Nptor Club
junior class favorites
Louiann Gray J.09 ATHUSQI1
junior class ofzqcers
'We are modern and up to date, Senior Class
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This is the familiar cry of the Junior Class
consisting of 97 students. Besides having a large
number participating in choir, this class is
active in band, strings, homemaking, and agricul-
Because of the aggressiveness and unity of this
class, they have achieved many outstanding honors.
The year i953-54 proved to be a successful one as
their candidate was crowned queen of the Halloween
Carnival. This was the first time a Junior High
Class had ever won this race. During this same
year they raised more money than any other class
for the Red Cross Drive. In i955-56 they planned
and sponsored a very entertaining Christmas So-
cial. Thd Juniors sponsored the i956-57 Halloween
Junior Class Officers
President - Joe Atkinson
Vice-President - John Wilkins
Secretary - Mary Ann Williams
Treasurer- Trecia Stevens
Reporter - Claideith Hightower
Parliamentarian - Larry Mitchell
Carnival and again their candidate was crowned
queen. This class honored the Seniors this year
with a most successful and enjoyable Junior and
gThe Juniors are looking forward to their Senior
year and hope that it will hold as many good for+
tunes as the past years.'
Bobby Gray, Roy Williams, and Buddy
Mears, caught short of the store.
Appl egate, Odell
Attaway, Holl IS
crol ey, Tonm
Don Carlos, Elons
Dunl avy, Sandra
Ezzel l, Mel ton
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explains Miss Chambers to four Juniors.
Gul l ett, Jeffery
Harri S, Mary
Gary, Keechi e Ann
Higgs, Wen dal
H i gh tower, Cl adieth
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Jerry Strong can't quite decide if it is R or b and it
might be 3a, while working ai Algebra problem.
Lloyd, Joe Lee
Meade, Mary George
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'Shut your mouth quick Phillip or you will be sorry",
says Martha Berry while doing a chemistry experiment.
Mitchel l, Don
Moo re, Robert
Porterfiel d, Patsy
Pul l en, Barbara
Mr'Joadiim Rabi ger, a German exchange teacher gives
pointers to Mr. Curtis Dramom's civi cs class.
Sorrells, Ol :ver
Stevens, Treci a
Rogers, Bl l ly Wayne
Stephens, Etta Mae
Tippit, Gerald D.
Val detero, Al ice
Willians, Mary Ann
ia Dade seems to be having a hard time getting
hese senior students who are waiting to have
r picture made.
Each student to his om way of studing deans to be
the objective of this English III group.
sophomore class favorites
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sophomore class ofzqcers
Sophomore Class officers
President - John Mings
Vice-President - Wayne McCary
Secretary-Treasurer- Grace Rose
Reporter - Gay Roberts
Parliamentarian - Roush Smith
The Senior Class of nineteen fifty-nine, which
is the Sophomore Class this year is composed of
one-hundred and twelve energetic and fun-lovin
students. Of these students forty-eight are girls
and sixty-one are boys.
Many students make up the Senior High Choir
while others have done a fine job in the band
Since over half of the students are boys, many
showed great ability and sportsmanship on the
Rambler teams. The Ramblers have had a fine
sports program this yean
The tenth grade gave a successful Christmas
social which everyone enjoyed. As this class is
filled to the brim with imagination, intelligence,
and talent, it is surely a credit to our school
73 and should go far in the future.
A rlnder, Chester
Atchl ey, Holland
Carrington, R. L.
Barr, Mary E.
Castl eberry, Jack
Wonder what this group of sophomores
are talking about.
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ays Mr. Dale Green.
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D i l l ard, Frances
Cri ddl e, Ruth
Cobb, Ani ta
Crump, Arl ine
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Gi I bert, Martha
L an sdal e, Stephen
H earrel l , Jack
Roush Smith seems to be working hard
for next semester's grade. McKay Patric
M eadows, Fl oy
Lo rentzen, Paul
Mears, Jani ce
Martin, Dori s
Jerry Strong and George Black discuss a problem
Perryman, Roy Lee while Paul Hill looks on.
Rose, Grace Ann
Simmons, Sue Jean
Tu man, Jerry
Turner, Arch I e
Sm: therman, Beverly
Spei r, Dorothy
S tegal I Max
Ston e, Sh ar ron
Tarpl ey, Margaret
Y ates, John
Trl bbl e, Bobby
freshmen class favorites
I-UIC I-009 Delmar Cain
ICFGSIIHTGIT class CJICHCEFS
Freshmen Class Officers
President - Wayne Muller
Vice-President - James Heaberlain
Secretary-Treasu rer- Martha Pounders
Reporter - Mary Whatley
Parliamentarian - Jim Whiteside
With one hundred and ten members, the Freshman
Class is among the largest classes in G.H.S. This
energetic group has over half its members barti-
cipating in sports, choral, strings, art, and
band. The boys outnumber the girls 66 to 44.
Many of the boys on the Cub teams were ninth grade
students. The class works together well and re-
sponses to all extra-curricular activities. This
class is indeed a credit to our school.
They're all watching something- ---- -wonder vhat?
Buckal ew, Malcolm
Berry, Alta Fem
Bu tl er, Johnny
Castl eberry, Gladys
Cau sey, Richard
The freshmai finishing their tests in the cafeteria.
Di ffie, Judy
Don Carlos, Linda
Daniel, Asa Lee
Ford, Donn i e
Fritz' mddy Looking up vocabulary wrds call for solemn faces.
Gage, Betty A
Henley, Donald Earl
Gary, Pol ly
Gregston, Edd: e
,ll agan, Robert
Han gwood Betty
ome of Mr. Sl ater's General Science students were , ,
inishing an experiment when the photographer cane by. NCJIHOF11 Mike
Massingal e, Carla
Maxwell, Wal ter
McKenzie, Jerry Wayne
M ings, Laura
Rose, J immy
Sheppe rd, Mary
Betty Kirk pours the tea as her classmates lod
Tu mer, Janes
Van Hou ten, Roy
Stow, Lee Roy
Strawn, J immy
Woods, Ari an
Zaj acek, Thomas
eighth class favorites
Ronnie Stephens Brenda Stancell
eighth class ofiqcers
Eighth Grade Class Officers
President - Carolyn Warren
Vice-President - Kenny Uselton
Secretary - Rosemary Jordan
Treasurer - Linda Carrington
Reporter - Virginia Smith
Parliamentarian - Ronnie Stevens
The Eighth Grade Class entered Gladewater
Junior-Senior High School in September l955. This
class is one of the largest in G.H.S. with one
hundred and twenty-four members.
The Eighth Grade has many outstanding students
in their class in many different activities which
are carried on in our school. These students
participate in such activities as band, choir,
strings, and the sports program. We are glad to
have the Eighth Grade Class as a part of our
Abel, Mickey Jo W
Betty Kirk sits and waits for another
Al len, Carl
Berry, Lee Ann
Awbrey, Lila J.
Bates, Vi ll ian
Bearden, Ray Nell
,Joyce Hill is the lucky coffee receiver.
Di ffie, Sandra
Echol s, Al Ice
Ell lot, Laverne
Daweon, Cl arawanda
Mrs. Bill ie Davis adresses the student
body as Mr. Williams listens.
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,A Han, Don
Hasl ey, Nancy
H umph ri es, Don
Mr. Hollimam explains classes to parents
at open house.
K irk, Betty
Kn ight, Kenneth
Jones, Jesse Earl
Jordan, Don al d
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Lytle, Sharon the teacher most intresting.
Phllbrl ck, Joyce
P lerce, Carolyn
Matthews, Sue X
Maynard, Wanda l LE
Meadows, Matti e
Mears, Jul ia
Reynol d, James
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Shelton, Wi ll lan
Stl tes, Charles
S lms, Joyce
Joyce Hill works intently as fellow student
Stripl ing, Carolyn
Smi therman, Chester
Alton Miles shows visitors ai experiment in
the Chenistry room.
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seventh class favorites
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seventh class ofzqcers
Seven th Grade Class Officers
President - Mike Mitchell
Vice-President - John Shepperd
Secretary-Treasurer - Shirley Bl ack
Reporter - John Tallent
Parliamentarian - Leon Strickland
The l37 students enrolled in the Seventh Grade
are new to the Gladewater Jr.-Sr. High School.
We know very little of this class, but know they
will show themselves worthy of G.H.S. They have
proved during this first year that they intend to
work together in all activities.
This class, being the largest in school, has
sixty-seven boys and seventy girls. There are a
number of seventh grade students in the choir,
the band, and the strings. The boys of the seventh
grade are taking an active part in the sports pro-
We feel sure that the seventh grade will be a
credit to G.H.S. '
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Berry, Mary Ann
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to their mother and dad on open house night.
Callahan, Paula Sue
Carrington, Barbara Carol
Day, Glenda Carol
Dean, Dorothy Caroline
Church Nelda Gay
Dixon, Carol Jane
Connally, Janes Gayle
Ellis, John Eugene
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Miss Bennett's work.
Evans, James Lance
Damiel, Jerry Lee
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'club members during club period.
Griffin, Larry D0n
Hai re, Curtis
Foster, Evelyn Lois
Gage, Bobby Rex
Gage, Wanda June
Gamer, Peggy Ann
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' Kennedy, Bill
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students at work.
Phillips, Willian Emest
Rose, John L.
Pothoff, Helen Kay
Prazak, Beverly Ann
Rotranel, Sandra June
A Rush, Glenna Kay
Pritchett, Jerry Mack
Shelby, Willian F.
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has to sa - Strickland, Barnett Leon
1 Shepperd, John
Su stai r, Marlon
S1ow, Patsy Ruth
Tallent, John Paul
Spei r, Wayne
Stan ford, Bonnie
Stansel, Donna Jean
' Stevenson, Leveda Mae
Thornton, Hurshel Wayne
Mr. Gallian exanines the Texas History work of
h is students. Weaver, Donna
Welbom, Sandra Dime
Van Houten, Danny
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Wal ters, John Dewey
Wilson, Janes W.
These seventh grade students are busy taking the
Kuder Prefference test in the cafeteria.
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Atkinson, Jerry Strong, Oliver Sorrells. SECOND ROW: Coach Mitchell, Jim Atkinson, Jerry Briggs, Holland ,Atchley
George Black, Bennie Lansdale, Buzz Long, Roush Smith, Amos Fowler, Donnie Philbrick, Bobby Harris Jackie Harrell,
Coach Lawrence Barnhill. THIRD ROW: Coach Bill Waters, Frank Hagan, Jimmy Alexander, Audry Price, J.T. Audas, Don
Mitchell, John Dillard, Victor Jordan, Larry Mitchell, Craig. Keoun, Fred Matthews, Robert Gains, Welton Jones Phili
Tracy, Coach Bill Holliman. FOURTH ROW: Jerry Stone, Glenn Kelly, David Edwards, Robert Moore, Donis Earp, Raymoi
Harrell, James Crouch, Phillip Dickinson, Tommy Minter, Bubba Martin, Simon Vernon. MGRS.: R.L. Carrington, Mike'
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BERT EDMONSON, CHARLES ATTAWAY, VICTOR MOOSEY, DONNIE FORD, JOHNNY BUTLER, DONALD BAGGET, SECOND ROW: JAMES
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MICKEY BOWDEN, PAT WELDON, TONE DAVIS, VERNON EVERETT, ROY VAN HOUTEN, TOM ARMSTRONG, JIM WHITESIDE, BOB
CH, JERRY DAVIS, COACH BAILEY MARSHELL.
Lane Davis and Jerry Davis Iead play for James Haberlin,
The aim of the cheerleaders is to arouse school
spirit, help to encourage attendance to the games by
all students, and to back the teams at every game.
The Bear cheerleaders are elected at the end of
the school year. Three places are left by the gradu-
ating seniors. Students fill these positions by electing
a girl representing the 9th, I0th, and llth grades.
The Rambler cheerleaders are elected by the Ram-
bler football team. These six girls fill this posi-
tion throughout their sophomore year.
The Cub cheerleaders are elected at the beginning
of each school year by the Junior High Student Body.
Three girls are elected to represent the freshman
class, two from the eighth, and one from the seventh.
Congratulations to all of these girls for the
fine job they did this year.
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Gene Branum, Simon Vernon, Jerry Strong, Oliver Sorrells, Glen Kelley.
Kay Moody, Basketball Sweetheart
Tommy Minter Philip DiCk6nS0n
Oliver Sorreils, Bear center scores two points
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Jerry Strong 0liver Sorrels
Gene Branum Larry Mitchell
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erry Strong and Bubba Martin
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Hubert Edmonson, Donnie Ford, Donald Henley, James Heaberlin, Mike Mitchell, Jonny Butler, Victor Moossy, Missing
Are: Mickey Bowden and Kenneth Uselton. Vernon Everette, who piayed most of the season, is also missing.
JUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL RESULTS
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,First Row: Don Mitchell, Jerry Strong, Claude Eddy, Simon Vernon, Tommy
Minter, Mike Yarbrough, Jim Atkinson, 2nd Row: Victor Jordon, Joe Atkinson,
Donis Earp, Frazior Estas, Robert Blair, George Black, 3rd Row: J.B.
Joston, Welton Jones, Larry Mitchell, Bennie Lansdale, Coach Mitchelh
1gr. Mike Swearington.
March 2 Triangle Meet Home April
March 9 Rose Relays Tyler April
,March I5 Fat Stock Show Ft. Worth April
AMarch 23 Commerce Relays Commerce May 3-4
March 30 Bear Relays Here
Dist. Meet Kilgore
Dallas Meet of Champions
State Meet Austin
Carol Ivey, Track Sweetheart
m Atkinson, James Crouch, Simon Vernon, and Tommy Minter jumps 22' and 6"in regional meet
mmy Minter won first in district and regional and is expected to place in the state meet
the sprint relay.
Simon Vernon and lommy Minter run the low and
nigh hurdles for Gladewator.
Joe Atkinson throws the disc for the alma mater.
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First Row: Donnie Ables, Bob Crouch, Pat Mitchell, Jerry Davis, Willie Shelton, Larry Waggoner, Secorid Row:
ohnny Butler, Jim Whiteside, Mike Mitchell, Charles Farmer, David Calvin, John Shepperd, Third Row: Coach
olliman, Roy Van Houten, Leanard Learferney, Curtis Hare, Billy Henley.
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From left to right: David Best, Gerald Deane Tippitt
and Claude Dailey.
First Row: Claude Dailey, Gerald Deane Tippitt, David Best, Second Row: Rosemary
McChesney, Connie Walker, Glenda Day, John Tompson, Sandra Daniel, Ronnie Stevens, Donna
Taylor, Margie Guthrie, and Kenney Uselton. 1
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Donna Taylor, Connie Walker, Margie Guthrie, Sandra Daniel, Kenney
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ller, Gayle McPherson Second Row: Coach Waters, Amos Fowler, J.W. Smith, Robert Gains, Buzz Long, Bruce
lborn, Lane Davis, Neil Snow, Coach Marshall, Mgr. Fred Mathews.
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senior student- council
es. Larry Waggoner
-Pres. Bob Crouch
4c.-Treas. Paula Lange
The Junior High Student Council
composed of representatives
ected from each homeroom, presi-
nts of classes, presidents and
cretary of junior high school
ected at large from the student
dy, the principal as a member ex-
ficio, and a sponsor appointed
junior student council
Pres. Hepler Shockley
V.-Pres. James Crouch
Sec. Madelyn Holloway
The aims of the Student Council
are to promote activities that will
be conductive to the best school
program and the special activities
that are directly helpful to the
community, to assist in sponsoring
and fostering the extra-curricular
activities in our school, to secure
proper conduct and thoughtful ob-
servance of school regulations on
the part of the student body, and
to promote harmonious relations
between teachers and pupils.
Pres. Jimmy Turner
V. Pres. John Zimmerman
Sec. Pat Milsap
Parl. Joe Nixon
The members of Los Conquistadorea
fThe Conquerorsl, whose roll is con-
fined to Spanish ll students, meet:
twice monthly to enjoy Spanish div-
ersion and to futher their know-
ledge of the Spanish language anc
the people who speak it
Among items they enjoy during
their sessions are Spanish bingo,
vocabulary.building games, Mexican
and Spanish songs, and skits anc
The highlight of theih fun dur-
ing the year is a Mexican supper
in Shreveport, where they crown the
King and Queen of the Spanish De-
partment and then attend a movie.
Their special guests on this occa-
sion are Spanish I students
ir. classical league
s. Jack irwin
" igm Atkinson
Lic. Sharon Stone
Treas, Saundra Stone
The Junior Classical League is a
national organization. Its members
convene to hand on the torch of
classical civilization in the modern
world. The J.C.L. believes that
having an acquaintance with the
civilization of Greece and Rome
will help them understand and ap-
preciate the world today.
Pres. Buddy Mears
V.-Pres. Jerald Brewer
Sec. Patsy Hill
Reporter Geraldine Hill
Parl. Bobby Watts
Sweetheart Elaine Rinehart
l The aim of the Distributive Educa-
tion Clubs of America is the devel-
bpment ofaa high degree of leader-
hlp and citizenship in the students
f today who are destined to take
eir place as tomorrow's leaders
in distributive businesses.
Pres. Eddie Buchanan
V.-Pres. Jimmy Alexander
Sec. Horace Hill
Treas. Freddie Reynolds
Reporter Jerry Lucas
Sentinel Roy Perryman
This club is composed of boys who
are interested in Agriculture and
who wish to develop competent, ag-
gressive, rural agricultural leader-
ship. lt is to create and nurture
a love of country life: to streng-
then the confidence of farm boys in
themselves and their work. It is
also to develop character, train
for useful citizenship, and pa-
President Wanda Maynard
Vice-president Joyce Simms
Secretary-Treasurer Sandra Diffie
Pres. Linda Philbrick
V.-Pres. Pam Matthews
Sec. Darlene Bond
The Future Homemakers of Amerh
is the national organizationi
pupils studying homemaking in juni
and senior high schools of U
United States and Territories.
an integral part of the program
home economics in the schools
America it offers opportunity f
the further development of pup
initiative in planning and carryi
out activities related to homemaki
Future Teachers of America is a
nationally affiliated club. It
affords young people a contact with
their future profession - teaching.
The club is designed to give train-
ing in leadership, experience in
planning, opportunities for personal
growth, orientation to the teaching
profession, and facts about teach-
ing. In this organization students
are given an opportunity to learn
advantages of teaching, the personal
qualifications of the teacher, and
the steps one must take in order to
actually enter the teaching pro-
The officers of this club were not
known at the time of publication.
Pres. Gene Branum
V.-Pres. Jimmy Elliot
Sec. Mary Ann Moore
Treas. Doyle Read
l Juniors and seniors who excel in
,scholarship, service, leadership,
Pnd character may be elected to the
National Honor Society. The Junior
Class members must have an average
of 92 or above to qualify and the
candidates from the Senior Class
must have an average of 87 or above.
sr. national honor society
ir. national honor society
Pres. Tommy Rose
V.-Pres. Martha Pounders
Sec.-Treas. Polly Gary
Reporter Mary Wells
The Junior National Honor So-
ciety is based upon four quali-
Character, and Scholarship.
The Junior N.H.S. is to give
suitable reoognition to those
students that attain and pos-
sess, to an outstanding degree,
good scholarship, worthy citi-
zenship, devoted service, intel-
ligent leadership, and exemplary
Pres. Don Hardman
V.-Pres. Robin McChesney
Sec. Gayle McPherson
The goals of the Number Sense C
are made by students in the pa
Each Monday the club members L
tests consisting of one hundred m
problems which must be worked wit
ten minutes. One person, with
highest score, will compete in
Interscholasistic League with s
dents from other schools.
Pres. Craig Keoun
V.-Pres. Claude Dailey
Sec. David Best
The goal of the Slide Rule Club
is to learn the uses of the slide
rule. They learn short cuts in
math and to use the slide rule
The members of this club compete
in the Interscholasistic Lea
with students of other schools.
Pres. Charles Davis
V.-Pres. Elaine Rinehart
Sec. Kay Roberts
The Senior High Library Club is
composed of students who volunteer
to render service to their class-
mates. This work consists of check-
ing books in and out, of answering
reference questions, of keeping
records, and of serving as readers'
sr. high library assistants
ir. high library assistants
Pres. Nell Krumm
V.-Pres. Laverne Elliot
Sec. Gloria Holloway
The purpose 01 the Junior High
Library Club, which is made up of
library assistants, is to meet to-
gether to discuss problems connected
with their work, to encourage them
to become acquainted with the ar-
rangement of a library, and to en-
courage the vocation of librarian-
Pres. Ben Money
V.-Pres. Kay Roberts
Sec. Carolyn Warren
Tres. Nancy Warren
Doing work with your hands is very
important and a skill, too. In the
Art Club every effort is made to
increase the abilities and know-
ledge of such things. These stu-
dents do drawings in pencil, crayon
or ink and paintings in water and
opaque colors. Throughout the year
they have participated in numerous
projects such as making earrings,
weaving and making various types
This group of students are working
on a float, using the Spirit of
Christmas as the theme, for the
Christmas Parade. Ben Money and
Mr. Poole are working on a paper
machet statute. The other students
are making posters. Throughout the
art department, students have worked
on several projects like this.
Pres. John Sheppefdfx
vi Pres. Robert Brooks
Sec. Melvin Brewer
y This club is restricted to boys
in the 7th and 8th grades. lt serves
as an opportunity for boys to ex-
plore the various phases of agri-
culture and the livestock industry,
and helps them decide if they de-
'ide if they would like to take vo-
Lational agriculture in the 9th
grade. Through discussions, dem-
Jnstrations and field trips, the in-
terests of the boys are persued.
farm and ranch
These boys are looking on their
co-operative project, twenty-seven
pigs. They have it as a co-opera-
tive project because they do not
have facilities at home to keep
their project. They built the pen
on Saturdays and the self feeder in
class. Two boys go out and take
care of the pigs each day. The
pigs will be shown at the Area Pig
Show in Longview.
Pres. Jan Williamson
V.-Pres. Lula Long
Sec. Earlene Money
The Tumbling Club's purpose is
develop individual skills in forwa
and backward and side rolls, dive:
head stand, hand stand and doubl
forward stands. They also learn 1
build pyrimids and other things c
Pres. Dempsey Charles
V.-Pres. Fred Matthews
Sec. Horace Hill
Parl. Don Mitchell
The York Barbell Club offers
boys at G.H.S. an opportunity to
better his physical build and ac-
quire new and better health habits.
The boys meet every Monday at the
club period and lift barbells.
Pres. Gene Brannum
V.Pres. Simon Vernon
Sec. Oliver Sorrels
The Basketball Club is used to
give each boy a greater knowledge
of this sport. During basketball
season this period is used to dis-
cuss the games played and of future
games. To see films on basketball
is in general the purpose of the
club. The period is used to teach
and to make the practice periods
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Pres. Hepler Shockley
V.-Pres. Mike Orr
Sec. Johnny Walker
This club is composed of boys
that are interested in golf and
want to spend their activity pe-
riod practicing golf. These boys
learn the fundamentals and simple
rules of golfing. During the
activity period these boys go to
the track field and do their prac-
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Pres. Lane Davis
V. Pres. Wayne Mueller
Sec. Delmar Cain
These students go over all the
sports while they are in season. Dis
cussing defenses and offenses of bas
ketball and football are only a few
of the thingh they do. They learn
new and different formations and ex-
periences of the boys and also of
things they have seen.
sports in. season
Pres. Sidney Stillwell
V. Pres. Bobby Watts
Sec. Billy Gilbert
This organization is for the bene-
fit of the boys who are interested
in finding out the present laws that
governs them according to their ob-
ligatory service for the U.S. Armed
Services. Through out the year they
have had speakers who represent dif-
ferent branches of the military ser-
res. Louiann Gray
. Pres. Elois Don Carlw
ec. Carol Ivey
eporter Ann Dean
The purpose of the Bookkeeping
lub is to provide additional time
ir work on exercises and to provide
idividual help for those who need
1. Some time is also devoted to
'actice on adding machines and cal-
platorg the aim being to develop
ieed and accuracy.
Pres. Clidia McRoy
V.-Pres. Mary Ezzell
Sec. Linda Philbrick
This club is composed of senior
high students who are interested in
office work after finishing school.
They study and practice the ordinary
procedures that are encountered by
the office employee on her beginning
Pres. Rosemary Jordan
V.-Pres. Paula Callahan
Sec. Sharon Marrow
Reporter Jerry Woods
Being able to spell is one of tl
most important things in every da
life. The trouble with most peopl
is not knowing how to study spell
ing. By studying the Interschc
lastic League spelling tests the
learn how to accurately stuc
ir. poetry reading
Pres. Mary Wells
V.-Pres. Melvin Freeman
Sec. Martha Pounders
There are many people whose read-
ing ability falls down when it comes
to reading poetry. Therefore, in
the Poetry Reading Club an effort is
made to increase the speed of the
reader and yet understand and ap-
preciate what they are reading. The
students with the highest reading
rate will compete in the Interscho-
lastic League with students from
Pres. Glenna Rush ,
V. Pres. Leveda Stevenson
Sec. L Treas. Patsy Snow
In the belief that a thor-
ough course in formal English
grammar is the need of each
junior high schoml pupil, the
Better English Club was organ-
ized. The boys and girls work
in language which hopes to
establish a background from
which the pupils may develop
a fuller understanding of the
meaning of spoken and written
English--Just as a key pro-
perly used will unlock a door
the knowledge gained in this
club will open to pupils a door
to the use of better English.
Pres. Dorothy Dean
V. Pres Peggy Fowler
Sec. Given Sloan
The club is for those who like to
read for pleasure. Activities in-
clude oral and silent reading, shar-
ing interesting material with others,
dramatization, listening to inter-
seting stories, games with authors,
etc. An attempt is made to interest
the club members in a variety of
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This group of students preh
to have a study period instead
participating in a hobby clul
They meet every Monday and stu
or read magazines.
Students of Jr. High School that
did not want to participate in a
hobby club go to the library. They
use their activity period on Mondays
in the library studying or reading
Pres. Sandra Diffie
V.-Pres. Mary Heaberlin
Sec. Sue Matthews
Reporter Joyce Philbrick
Tackling new problems is a common
roblem but in sewing it is some-
hing new and the problems may be
bit scarce. These girls learn to
iolve common problems in sewing.
ey take pride in making garments
for their own use. The embroidering,
rocheting, and knitting of scarfs
Pnd sweaters are only a few of the
any things they undertake.
sewing for fun
Homemaking is offered to girls
to teach them different house-
hold duties. As you can see these
students have learned to clean
house and take care of furniture.
Sewing and cooking are also taught
in this class.
Pres. David Brown
V. Pres. Tom Zajicek
Sec. Jan Snow
Reporter Betty Gage
Leathercraft can be used as a
hobby or as a profession. We,
the leathercraft club do leathf
work as a hobby which can lead 1
both pleasure and profit. We tl
to learn the elementary skills c
cutting, leveling, camoflaging, ve
ing and background work. One wel
skilled in the art of leathercra
will never be a loss for want of a
Pres- Van Thompson
V.-Pres. James Roberts
Sec.-Treas. Gerald Bonner
Rep. Emmanuall Turner
Parl. Malcolm Buckalew
This club period is given for
the benefit of the shop boys who
want to work on their projects.
Making chairs, tables, desks, and
various other things out of wood
are only a few of the many things
Pres. Walter Van Houten
V.-Pres. Buzz Long
Sec. Sandra Dunlavy
The Swing Choir is made up of the
host talented students in the Senior
iigh Choir. Taking place in special
assemblies has been something every
student has enjoyed to the utmost.
Appearing on TV was an exciting
xperience for both the Swing Choir
nd the whole student body. They
ave also sung in Civic Clubs and
performed in the East Texas Revue.
Pres. Jimmy Caldwell
V.-Pres. Mike Bowles
This club is strictly for lis-
tening. The members of this club
listen to classical records by
outstanding composers. Before the
composition is played a short resume
is given. Each of the members
eventually give their own opinion
of the piece being played.
Alta Fern Berry
The history of the Gladewater High
School Band has been quite out-
standing. The band has made a first
at marching contest for the past
nineteen consecutive years.
The band has participated in a
number of national parades. Some
of the places they attended are
Denver, Colorado: New Mexico: New
York: Miami, Florida. The band
placed in all of the activities.
The first week of school this year
the band played at the professional
football game between the Chicago
Bears and the New York Giants. As
the players from each team entered
the field from the ramp, the band
played a cord of introduction and
As a result of winning first at
Texas Band Day last year, the band
marched during the half time of the
Texas-Arkansas football game at
The band went to Memphis, Tennes-
see, this year and participated in
the activities of the Cotton
Pres. Freddie Henley
V.-Pres. Ben Money
Sec. Ann Dean
Treas. Bill Gilliam
Reporter Kathryn Rinehart
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lst Row: Carol Murph, Mary Bland, Cladieth Hightower, Margaret Chamberlain
Brenda Cain, Ruth Griddle, R. L. Carrington, nm Atkinson Buzz Long, Jack
Guthrie, Sonn Plttman,Joyce Watts, Norma Matthews, Wondell Ellison, 2nd
Row: Luwilda Mcxaig, lane Stracner, Joyce Gosdin, Darlene Rose. Mvra John-
ston, Glenda Stillwell, Tommy Crowley, Robert Gains, Hollis Attaway, Glenda
Canton, Karen Rush Ann Hewl t, Margie Tarpley, Martha Stow 3rd Now: Dorothy
Spear, Jane Moon, Sandra Dunlavy, Sue Simmons, Linda Moore, Carolln Sherwin
John Massey, James Crouch, Audrey Price, J.B, Poston, Doris Young lood,
Jerrie Mel on Mary wlilI8mS,M8fl Meade Elols Don Carlos 4th Row: Sue
Brannen, Geraid Deane Tippet, Ro yn McChesney Lurline Bradley, Deloris
Landers, Carolyn Warren, Maxey Van Houten, Billy Rogers, Tom dwards
Keechie Gary, eda Willoughby, Peggy,Jones, Pat Milsap, Janice Mears,
Brenda Wilson, Barbara Wa ls, 5th Row: Lounann Gray recialSiGVehS
Jeannie Skelton, Jane Shepperd, Joy Lewis, Glenda ierce, Joan Cowan,
The Choir, under the direction
of Ken Bennett, is made up of Sopho-
mores, Juniors, and Seniors, mak-
ing a total of 73 members
The choir went to Dallas and
sang in the Cotton Bowl in October.
Some of the outstanding things
the choir has done this year are
presenting the Christmas Program,
singing in assembly programs, go-
ing to music clinic, and singing
over TV. At the clinic, the choir
was under the direction of Erwin
Cooper of Florida University.
This year the choir has been a
true credit to G.H.S
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First Row: Left to Right: Kenneth Uselton, Yvonne Green, Suann Roberts, Clarawanda Dawson, Kas Grayson, Anita
Higgs, Pat Dunagan, Mary Heaberlin, Myrna Bell, John Causey, Ronnie Stevens, Doss Hunt, John ell, Second Row:
Bo .CFQUCh, Lara? Waggoner, Peggy Cary, Carolyn Warren, Carolyn 0'Brien, Carolyn Lee, June Thurman, Carolyn 4
Stripling, Bren a Gray, Joyce hilbrick, Sue Matthews, David Bland, Charles Attaway, Ronald Lilley, Jimmy
Martin, Willle Hagen. Third Row: Martin Davis, Pat Welton, Sharon Lytle, Joyce Hill, Barbara Verner, Nancy 1
Hasley, Harriet Robinson, Saundra Stone, Paula Lan e, Mary Whatley, Laura Mings, Donnie Ford. Victor Moossy,
Hubert Edmonson, Fourth Row: Malcolm Buckalew, GayTe McPherson Curtis Haire, Patsy Youngblood, Lynda Carringh
Nell Krumm, Carolyn Fenton, Gloria Ray, Brenda Stansell Mary Shepperd, Virginia Keller, Jan Williamson, Flora
Mohon, Wanda Richards, Billy Henley, Mike Swearington, Fifth Row: Jerry Davis, Lane Davis, Loretta Kelly, Nano
Wallace, Joyce Sims, Sidney King, Sandra Diffie, Linda Don Carlos, Sixth Row: Roy Van Houten Patricia Martin,
Julia Mears, Betty Kirk, Sharron Morror, Janace Thomas, Nellie Landers Patricia Brown, Carolyn L r, Jan A
Snow, Betty Gage, Gloria Holloway, Glenda Gage, Not Pictured: Mickey Abel, Carl Allen Billy Chap Rona
Gage, Lynn Hanson, Lois Landers, Wanda Maynard, Carolyn Pierce, Mar ha Stegelton, Phillip Yates. g
Left to Right - lst Row: Sheila Arinden, Glenna Rush, Jackie Jordon, Shirley Gosdin, Wanda Gage .Carolpn McKin
Jane Owens, Peggy Fowler, Evelyn Krunm, Mary Leverette 2nd Row: Ann Kilgore, Patsy Snow, Caro. Dixon, olly Sw
ington, Barbara.Brooking, Glenda Day, Juanita Willoughby, Donna Stanse , Shirley Black, Bobbie McPherson 3rd
Phlllis Bowden, Janet Byrd, Alice Payne, Loretta Blear, Sandra Tenery, Carolyn McFadin, Saundra Daniel, Susan-
ter, Hettie Brewer, Evelyn Foster. Breverlg Prazak, 4th Row: Betty T as Mar ie Guthrie, Viola Taylor, Vlrgi
Coppege, Laurell Hammond, Donna Watson Gai Overman, Linda Finton, onnie Rosemary McChesney, 5th Row:
Con- 1: '--erts, Janis Wilson, John Osteen, Miie Renolds, Tono Strong, o n Es es, John S epperd, Danny Van Ho
- Jack Butler 6th Row: Rob- ' .illiam Shelby, Willie Criddle, Wadell Roders. Wayne T ornton,
':- : -on Strickland, Hal Lawless -n - 'V-I!ai5NyRonnie NgrLis,eMelyin Wilson, David Holcomb
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The Gladewater High School Orchestra
consists of twenty-four pieces. They
travel to Dallas each year during
the State Fair to participate in a
Musical Festival. Second place was
the rating this organization received
at the annual contest held in Kilgore.
The Strings quartette is composed of
Mary Moore, Martha Pounders, Gloria
Turner, and Ronnie Jordan.
Sweetheart: La Verne Elliott
e Strings class as pictured above
e: Jimmy Connally, Mickey Topping,
ames Reynolds, Dovie McCown, Etta
Officers: Ronnie Jordan, Anita Hall,
Gloria Turner, Martha Pounders, Mary
Moore, and Etta Stephens. ,53
Fourth- ----------- Joe Nixon
The Bear Facts, a free pub-
licationto all GHS students, is
written and edited under the
supervision of Mr. C. W. Daw-
son and printed under the su-
pervision of Mr. Jimmy Rowe
in the school plant.
First --------- Joy Sue Lewis
Second ---- ---Geneva Bowles
Third --------- Melton Ezzell
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The Bear Facts, GHS bi-weekly,
allows Bearland journalism stu
dents an opportunity to see their
newspaper writing and photography
works in print. Preparing this
offset publication for their class-
mates' enjoyment, BF staffers en-
gage in numerous activities that
will equip some of them to become
small-town journalists on gradua-
tion from high school. Each will
undertake some news story, feature,
and editorial writing, some head-
lining, and some proofreading. A
number will learn to take pictures
and process film. Some will learn
to justify copy ftype copy so that
the right-hand margins are evenj
and do practical newspaper make-up.
Top editors on the staff attend
2 three-day press conventions each
Assistant editor, James Kel-
ley Thompson, sports editor,
John Massey, exchange edi-
tors: Zeda Willoughby, Mary
Bland: art editors: Ben Money,
Dempsey Chariesg columnists:
Madelyn Holloway, Martha
Berry, Sylvia Dadeg news edi-
tors: Sue Brannen, Raymond
Harrell, Gail Thompson, Mar-
vin Hartley, Geneva Havens,
Mike Bowles, darkroom tech-
nician, John Teneryg paste-up
assistant, BradyGaffordg cir-
culationist, Ronnie Norris.
year. The latter are sponsored by
the Texas High School Press Associ-
ation Cin Dentonj and the Texas ln-
terscholastic League Press Confer-
ence fin Austinl.
honor ratings in contests by these
two organizations as well as in com-
petitions held by the National Scho-
lastic Press Association and the
Columbia Scholastic Press Associa-
Individual writing and photogra-
phic entries of BF-ers also regu-
larly win honors in THSPA and ILPC
Editor Patsy Ables, left, and First Associate Joy Lewis
justify copy on electric typewriters befoi'erubber
cementing it on past-up boards.
Page editors of the BF are making up pages for their nex
issue. From left to right are Joy Lewis, first associat
editor: Patsy Ables, editor-in-chief: Geneva Bowles, seco
second associate editor: and Joan Crawford, managing
The Bear Facts usually wins top A
The members of the third-hour journalism class work toward meeting aneothei' deadl ine. From left to rig
on the first row, are Zeda Willoughby, Ben Money, Mary Bland, and Sue Ann Brannen. Second row: Geneva
Havens, Gail Thompson, Raymond Harrell, and Dempsey Charles. Third row: Mr. C. W. Dawson cSDOflSOF,,
Sylvia Dade, and Geneva Bowles,
Making plans for a forthcoming issue are Mr. C.W. Dawson,
.BF sponsor: Joy Lewis, First associate editor: Melton
Ezzell, third associate: and Patsy Ables, editor-in-
room r ass gn-
ments are five members of the fi
nalism class. From left to right, they are Melton
Ezzell, Marvin Hartley, Madelyn Holloway, Joe
David Nixion, and James Thompson.
Editor: Bobby Gray
Assistant Editor and Pressman:
These Bear Tale's Staff members are proud of this years
book. We hope you will be too.
The Annual Staff
The Annual Staff is selected from
students in the photography and
printing classes. ln making the
annual, each of these students is
assigned a separate task. After
learning the methods of doing their
jobs, the students began their work
on the annual. When their specific
job is done, they all work together
to finish the annual and get it
ready for production.
Students may also earn awards for
working on the annual.
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Favorite Editor: Gail Thompson. Organizations : Ruth
Durham, Jane Shepperd and Ann Dean.
'Advertisingz Charles Davis, Johnny Zimmerman, and
rts Editor: Qliver Sgrrells Class Editor: Sallie Thompson, Jane Shepperd, Martha Avant,
Editor: Uohn Wilkins Sue Ann Brannen, Marion Minter and Joyce Allen.
Production: Lloyd Elkins, Odell Applegate, Ronald Clark,
aul Larentzen, Luther Poindexter, and Bobby Gray. Typist: Carol Ivey
Pres. James Thompson
V.-Pres. Joe Nixon
Sec.-Treas. Joan Crawford
The Press Club, whose membershi
is confined to members of the schoc
newspaper staff, meets weekly in a
attempt to improve the quality o
the GHS bi-weekly, Bear Facts
During sessions, members are bus
writing stories and headlines, pro
cessing pictures, typing and justi
fying copy, and attending to a hos
of other items.
This organization sponsors th
Bear Facts' annual party, where
Mr. and a Miss Bear Facts are prq
sented. The honorees are indicate
by a movie star, who selects the
after looking at staff portrait
sent in by the Press Club.
Pres. Bobby Gray
V.-Pres. John Wilkins
Sec. Gary Jones
This club is composed of members
of the Annual Staff. It was or-
ganized to further the advancement
of the annual. The members of this
club come to the printing department
and work on the annual at all pos-
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Pres. Anita Hall
V.-Pres. Carolyn Stripling
Sec. David Holcomb
Treas. Jimmy Connally
S The Astronomy Club is made up of lseventh and eighth grade students. psi
iTo provide an opportunity for mem- 52?
lbers to become acquainted with the iw
heavenly bodies is the main purpose
of the club. The students are
taught to use the telescope pro-
perly and to locate stars and plan-
ets. Seeing film strips, giving
reports, and discussing various
phases of astronomy are only a few
of the many things this club does.
' Pres. Mike Yarborough
3 V.-Pres. David Best
Sec.-Treas. Jackie Jordan
The Science Club is to increase
the interest of students in natural
phenomena in the world about them
and the explanation of them.
7 During the activity period, the
t ,members do experiments, demonstra-
tions by members. reports and lec-
tures, projects. and other things
of this type.
Pres. F. D. Audas
V.-Pres. Donnie Philbrick
Sec. Martha Avant
The first run in Gladewater High
School, the Charades Club offers
entertainment and a mental challenge
to its members. Not only must mem-
bers be prepared to enact withoul
words the titles of books, monies,
songs and poems, but also they musi
have an array of workable titles ai
command. The purpose of this clul
is to give students an opportunity
to train the eye and mind under
pressure of a time element, to enf
courage dramatic portrayals through
pantomine, and to work cooperatively
Pres. Bill Gilliam
V.-Pres. Gary Kerr
Sec. Robert Moossy
Parl. Ruth Durham
The purpose of the Drama Club is
to back plays. The make-up, props,
business, and advertising commit-
tees are chosen from this club. The
highlight of the year for the Drama
Club was when their play was given
in assembly. During club period
these students give skits, play
charades and study.
Pres. Brenda Stansell sri tg , '
V.-Pres. Eddie Buchanan ' iff
Sec. Harriet Robinson
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The members of this club become . is
aware of the current events in any ,
the world today that effect each
bf them so vitally. Throughout
the year interesting and informa-
'chool have talked to the stu-
ents. Also as programs and en-
ertainment, different students
n the club give speeches and give
'eports on daily current events.
Pres. Donald Galbraith
V.-Pres. Margie Guthrie
Sec.-Treas. Sheila Arinder
Reporter Glenda Nixon
Parl. Jannette Byrd
The purpose of the Collector's
Club is to find constructive hobbies
for the students' leisure time.
These students visited several col-
lections belonging to local town
people, including Jack Yates, Mrs.
D. L. Byrd and Mr. Beard collection
of Indian relics. The members of
the club bring their collections to
school and discuss and show them.
Throughout the year the club has
had interesting and educational
programs, for example, Mr. Jim Jones
brought his butterfly collection
and gave a very interesting talk on
Pres. Charles Davis
V.Pres. Glenda Gage
Sec. Joyce Goodin
Treas. Elaine Rinehart
Parl. J. W. Smith
The Social Problems Club is M
students to discuss their soci
problems and give parties. The pu
pose of this club is to understm
better the problems the student
meet every day. The parties are H
Pres. Carolyn Warren
V. Pres. Loretta Kelley
Sec. Carolyn Lee
Reporter Lynn Hanson
The purpose of this club is to
learn about the history and devel-
opment of each of the 48 states by
doing research work and map work.
Each member of the club is making a
booklet of each state. These bookf
lets wili be judged at the end of
the term and three prizes will be
given to the three best.
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The Gladewater High School Annual
Staff wishes to express its sincere
appreciation and thanks for the
help and co-operation given to us
by the merchants and people of Glade
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GLADEWATER 'ak TEXAS Shops Located in
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Dorr Equipment Co.
B. F. Goodrich Stores
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REPLACEMENT PARTS FOR CARS AND TRUCKS
GARAGE EQUIPMENT AND TOOLS
53: N. Main Phone 2408
Phone 8l42 Longview Hiway at Clarksville
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Walker's Sinclair Service
Goodyear Tires, Tubes, and Batteries
Upshure and Dean Phone 2680
Authorized Ford Dealer
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Grocery 8E Market
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Phone 2422 Gladewater, Texas
Hiway 80 West Phone 2498
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Gulf Tires 8 Batteries
Polishing Lubercation Washing
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Complete Automotive Service
PHONE 8281 Longview Hixhvly P.0. Box Il8ll Phone 2222
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track meet to get started.
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7l7 North Main on Gilmer Hiway
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PHONE 2255 324 SOUTH TYLER ST.
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Dr. Sutton ask these senior students toTWrite
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Hammonol's Texaco Service
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Junior Class Favorites
Junior Class Officers
Junior Reading Club
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Music Appreciation Club
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Senior High Cheerleaders
Senior Class Favorites
Senior Class Officers
Seventh Grade Favorites
Seventh Grade Officers
Problems of Teenagers
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Sophomore Class Officers
Sports in Season Club
Student Body Officers
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