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

 - Class of 1958

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Joh 'l 'ns - e theme of thi p t 6 8 opp i i ' .. e . . .S about auf theme de the' po t t 's o i ' b oks Th s year's Bearls Tale is sports cars. Since th nd of World War il great num- bers of foreign cars have ma If way to hi side of the Atlantic. People seeking motoring pleasure have found in the s rts car, not only transportation, but a vehicle hat ca be raced. The s or s car offers new challeng nd new ortun t es in driving. Therefore, we would lk to join thi group of Individuals and pre- sent a new concept in mot r ng and in year o . ACTIV SPORT ORGIN BUILD FAVOR CLASS ADVER TIES ZATIONS STRATION ISMENTS fable af fmfeufs 4 25 26 47 48 85 86 9l I0 I 9 I29 I79 I80 200 S .... Ziff.. ffff: Nas .... 111: If I ADMIN ..... 92-99 res .... o-u gs ......... - F W Y XQ VVJA UCUUICIGS 1 equently the Minlstlr Alliance presented HSSSMDIIBS 5- 2- fs ef? il t, . R Q . ,W A Sas- f 2 f. f .1 Q . L, ..,. .. 3 . gy: 1 . ,.,.. . 1.1 1 f -11. . .... ...:1.:..11--.:. 1 .L . 1 x Q 1 an xx 1. 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Waggstaff also spoke in an assembly representing the Ministirial Alliance. i1ij and talent from afar , ,xi X .J L XX White Oak students entertain with an exchange program in February. 5 E D J' -I N 1 2 1 I itat' 1? 5.3 V MWw,fmag32:f,ez t 1 awww ffeefffwif W k V " , A win.. ,gifffs 'w,mEawwlwwt ww, mwwwwwymw If .. . "" N " WWW L, ' Efsw'::?4i2?4 rg g,+m-.-w.--ffm7f'1,g,:gM-- ' 'ZS . M1.f' .- V- 3575 Yisfet f W t fwwiwf -wma iayw t W tgwwsxt if pwqir 1 Ik! a E'T'f . r greg 'ww e 1 . , f,- gt , . A , V , ,VVV -1 f f+w " sjfS Si '? . ,-wtf' K . 4- 1 1 I ,V , 1 I ., ,. .1 wifw'W ,,2z mn K , ' ' ' -V , . A N 1 ' I za- Hfwwfr t, .,n, ,,,,., ,.,. . u ,. A ,k,,ifi ,,,.,,',i.,ga,t,,fw- K ' ' Vlfvff-.::'f'+J2w f ' '.I-'ff!ga+fff53h'z2iS Button, button who got the button. More talent from the East iwhite Oakl. wewwmw-.,.utA,vvwf K ,C ' I A M,W.Ma,,w MMVWM-t...., ,, , Higher and higher. some of a home spun nature... Wally Lee gives declaimation that won him interscholastic League honors. rof. Long lectures on the subject of defeating the Dragons. 'The Shamrocksu,Margaret Chamberlain, Bob Crouch, Ronnie Stevens, Larry Waggoner, and James Crouch, present- ing one of their assemblies. Mr. Dunagan and Mr. Cowan sing in 'Dunagan Follies'. others of recognition... Kenneth Usleton presents Principal Mr. Lipscombe presents Cladia McRoy George Lapscombe wlth trophy he won with Homemaker of the year award. at Dallas tournament. A gallant free throw during senior high intermural sports. 1 13533, F Senior High Choir presents program nn assembly. P 1 ...still others of local faffant. 're three 'little mam Look at the ring in the en of my nose! --.... ,, ,--Sg r. . X 1 O Q . It .Sui Mae "I fD'CD CD Q: pf I Larry Waggoner approches the podium campaignes for student body vice- president. d 1 Paracles galore 'si-eeiifiefygy-M,i-.,A, K ,wrt , ..,, f ,K , , ,, 45 2 liaiw ci? 4 .df X is WM WMMD o 'T' i J! is 'R j , s ii ,,,.E::i ai Nothing like a Christmas parade in a 'caddy'. Broadway 8 Gay Avenue school's entry in the Christmas parade. All sqm .1 ww si? HL Old glory flies as the mighty Gladewater High School Band steps along. Homecoming proves success ney King oria Louiann ray KSECHIG Gary and Fioy Jean Meadows were duchesses for homecoming Louiann Gray, homecoming queen, 53 C0n9"a'CUlfifedjAmerican style B , 'xflviaw yi '. if? wi' t,5xir"' ,Q X Jack Erwin and Floy Jean Meadows were junior class Representatives as were Keechie Gary and Jeffery ' Guilette for the senior class F, y Moments fo remember. We ' , 'fflq-,, Up and over, so easy like. l Q V L54 VV h J N :hh R em em b e r t h e l o n g wa l k to s e e t h e f 1 e i - v raven f'Of1 df Sp I ay Q r so l m - ' ii' . K 2 V " ' VV, : rw ' " . f A k "" fs-mf' 5-ww ' GE4 M . -.y ' W fl I . hge z , A ,'.'f- i. rwzff. 2 -Q V A Q W J L y I N f I N. , , i v, 1' 1 . E A ' l www gmzl V, 2aQ,ji?15g5gQEgQQ5Q vMiEigz3gQ ' I H I kV,k ,K ,'., V K Wx V, ' .V 3 Q , mmem e "W I if j"X hifi I he Remember what a struggle x vi - fb f 'Wi MU' Qillugg Q xg: broken ankle and the non-fire, tests were? A . 1 , V 4-'gn,l'r - ' .' 1 , " ,L ' ' . A ful - .V R27 HL., K ,. 1 ' 1 X " 'Kr V K, K Y ,..:L.: 4 e-- X. fffi ,.. -" YMJ4. xl wif This is a douole memory. Linda Moore's Halloween antics i ,Eiga e 3 A K iff V f my QL Wg, i f f wg ,Q nz.-sifixif sl ,V it 1.1 if K .hx EX' Queen Comes to CVOWN Queen Of n58n- Little Miss Halloween and escort. Rides at the Halloween Carnival are fun ,4 Uk ' Hair flies as girls run for a touchdown. ' Beauties cfominate carnival and valentine wi 'i'i :K One chance in a million, two girls, Mary Ann Williams and Marion Minter, tie for Valentine Sweetheart Loretta Stone, Halloween Queen of '57 crowns Saundra Dunlavy as Halloween Queen for '58 9163.5 4,r'vflE'L ,iJL,U4,aJi.. 1 I5 Comedy in three acts... e entire cast for the fall production L0 AND BEHOLD, written by John Patric Q. is e cast for our spring productio E WE OME GATHERING, i t n y Anthon Armstrong. ., Q 5523 MQ Our all male cast for the lnterscholastu - WV, Y , , League One-Act Play contest. MINNIE FIE written by Dr. E. P. Conkle. .f., Q ...and comedy in one act , .. qmqQmmw :?f5'i':,Q" if 'fihih ef 5, as L, ,Sf ,,. ,, 1, if ,sz gf f-flew, we 5 , ,,., ,, ,. . ,WV . Q r intellectual author playwright friend, Milo Alcottfdohn riilkinsj seems to be 'lame-W' sa, X ."e,q4a,-'i.:eag.a :. ,'isE1eg:feW'fwse'52311195.11 ., 1 ff "'t -- -: , ,fl a -- f he , wi '1 H. -' ' sweet' Igggfasw 311131, gang? .4 Y 1 Q ,Q-A1 'QW Sei!!-" ' 215757 , W' we-+ fleas:-:Q ,f zz 1 Q ' -1' ,iw W we 5 7 :I 22, , V, ,-as ,' 'Ely ,. ,, A we , M, , l','f iYTi5i?,i?: ,,,,,- :f:.,.,.m,uv,4. ,ful We gwiaeeeaeieeiiieeeg 1 W W ,, .,, -- .. fbi mx Q'Meigs-ex:fsge1ffft2i1g2,,,, .as lteiitfiflilasfig, I www wwgfm ,W ,,,,,,., 2 , ,Wise qi 1 is , 5 ,Q . H A sf ya-QQ be-. : mm., 2 T, ,if-s.: Q spam,-a-if, ,fY f f K I - S r emwe.e., pemwfmgw zvgdl-it -jj 'J iw , J! !! -W 7 Tifliifi i W ' 3 355 : :alle-S.'f2:"':a:".: . ' at f 3 S s E 1 S gi, + If 3 J if, g? , g Y my , S ,rg xi W M , ,gt sw 5 2 ' K L 5 s +1 J 'Q 3 gp gs ,Q 'Y 5 ,M ,,,,,-,Q ,Y , , g .. ., H I. urishing a deli ftful meal, while his w found cook 're Philbrickl carrys a chatt ' r, .ersation But alas W, 3,9 on er c . , this was lif - frst decent meal in many Qggayf years and proved to oe his last in the ywjQfig?i wo rld of the livi ng. Phillip Kellaway CGary Jonesl seems to be living through a nightmare with his bick ering mother, his flower loving father, a Cockney truck driver with a sprained ankl and a Remeo playwright-actor friend of hi wife's. There is a feeling of bitterness, uncer tainty, and disgust among the characters in MiNNIE FIELD. This play placed second in the District One-Act Play Contest in Kilgore this year. Being placed on the All-Star cast was Gary Jones, and receiving an Honorable-Mention Award was Billy Wayne Rogers. The other three char- acters are Jeffrey Guilett, Gerald Bonner. and Frank Hagan. I7 Food!! Food!! I-7ood?? Yak! Yak! Yak! ...Gulp! ...Yak! Yak! Yak! Lgnch.room conflab while nlobllng WButter Nutu. g223::QNQ 1 lr en the Doof Richard an in our session. Refaxafion? In the rec. hall e Recration Hall furnishes T V. for those who enjoy Relax in the lounge chairs. Cokes and candy are also offered. XX K .f. 1. '. ,X Table tennis seems to be the greatest fad in the recration hall. Noses to the grmdstone 7 ' ' 1 I Yi if mwmwrwwfmmi eff Gwwwmrwewiivw mi l Qkf?QMw'QiMfQ?QMQm. x gikffiig1?3E5Qg2 T 333, f- , ii. 1, .f 5' Lm:we,,eM,f, h, . r- Mrs. Boenker's English students had rather see photographer than text book. Noses to the grindstone I I Mrs. Schulte seems to have a few who listen. fgk gi? Q3 E e Q lm We-3 , 'W ' .,., mwixrwi 'sf as we re fs , swg V e Q9 WEM some class is fun.... but fOr ers, just-plain sweat. Classes may even oring visiting professors. Wai M E 52 Bearland athletics ush Smith comes in to help tackle carrier. ball illip Tracy is smoothered after a good gain. 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I , Amos Fowler takes ball four after Pat Mitchell hands off oaton to Larry Watson hitting a home run his first time in district sprint relay race. un to bat. Pep ralfies stir ent-husium. The Cheerleaders give pep to the Dist. co-Champ Bears- Sggiv-, 1' Early pep rallies give Bears a good send off for another win. g .pf i f n iii Students participated well at all the rallies. The pon-fire rally gave the Bears pep to beat Kilgore and chinch the Dist. Co-Championship. as a ll i 7 0 0 How your Bear s Tale IS published Q-s ,2-qc. N tags --1-re ,n Art editors design the cover'and The faculty committee plans tne DOOK and then photographers start the staff begins works taking pictures. -iq? After pictures are made, lithographir negatives are proodnngi After the arran9in9 and stripping Of the pages, plates are made- -P1 495, '54 1 f , il N :i'.i S ii' """k a.'. ga' tL-gn , 4 ESR sfffv ,'f- , e 3 5 t A 5 5? S 3 ugiflk. S 3 Q , 'im-lwts 2 7 -- yigm S BV' '-W' . 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BEAR FOOTBALL RESULTS illip Dickinson, Tommy Minter, Rooert Gains, Benny Lansdale, Jim Whltesl row, Coach Harrison, Bubba Martin, Roush Smi Jerry Strong Tenery, Oliver Sorrells, Larry Mitchell, Roy Van Hou en Auor lorick, Coach Waters, Coach Lyle. Gladewater 7 I3 7 I2 I3 6 0 36 I4 I2 7 I3 0 37 I4 20 7 26 7 27 bear football F Tommy Minter Larry Mitchell Back Tackle Captain Captain , . c f, ,-, 5 in ,. -f A E , i ' A we 1 1 - fl ,await glu e : V ' i W if N wg :,, , . 11532 wgff, it 'U3plJ55 5 , . 'mn' Wff T' I--ya . K K I 1 ' ' MMQQQT 4 QR T ' l iuoba Martin Mike Yarorough Frank Hagan Oliver Sorrells :ack v illy ackle :A ,MMM fimlm qa H aww, , .Wir fg awww Giloert WHQ 355' E FHM. Him QQlfcQ Ixwfwfwiww 2 wviQ:H J fi up - to Tackle Guard End :ZIQA A 5 in 5? eff A, 557 9 Robert Moore Robert Gains Phillip Tracy Guard Fred Matthews End Center Back fmf I 5 WEA AR Jerry Strong End Captain K . E, V. s - 1 ag? . -. , I Jw' ew f Don Mitchell Back ,J eg, 1 QM EMMQ FQQ, mmhg, Phillip Dickinson Back W ,- ..ee,, , .2 V i ,, Lk, -, x 2 Ja , ff RW ia 'VA 55" :' t r 3' it - f as is W, . N . ga g t ll L Flu .ax 1 IS at A x . 2 .VFW e-Gia? Q ., iq' P ki Va I ,L W if .. ' L Q k L. . , Q M 5 et P gf' as HI ' 2,. ,. - ., H.- ..A. .. - me Donnie Philbrick R. L. Carrington Pat Mitchell Wayne Mueller Victor Jordan John Tenefy Aubry Price Roush Smith Welton Jones Jerry Davis """'s Q . lK QQEQ wh f at r Q 'fQQQ2QEKfQ--QF Viilx i ? Managers for the Bear football team of I958 are Mike Swearinger, J. B. Poston, and Asa Lee Daniels. 33 oawwa. Fi :ii A' -ff fb J A-, 'I Q ill nfl.. I I K I I I I U TIIIW e-I I hi ghs football tif 4 , 6 Larry Mitchell, Bubba Martin and Jerry Strong make a tackle for the Bears. , fjff The Nacogdoches Dragons make a stopm Jerry Strong makes a tackle on the lbly lon Mitchell as Bubba Martin watches. Parrots while Robert Gains, Phillip Tru aladewater-20, Nacogdoches-Ili. and Bubba Martin pursue- l Phillip Dickinson makes a long run as l l Frank Hagan blocks in the Poly Tech game. Gladewater l3, Poly Tech 6. The Kilgore Bulldogs got quiet a surprise men they entered the Bear stadium to get trambled 27-7. Tommy Minter makes along run as Oliver Sorrells blocks. " 3l l Left to right, first row, Larry Mitche - Oliver Sorrells, Glenn Kelly, Phi p Dickins , Tommy Minter, Jerry Strong, Pat Mitchell Fre Matthews. Second row, Coach Waters James Heaoerlin, Larry Waggoner, Welton Jones Lane Davis, David Colvin, Wayne Mueller, n Hun Barbara Bowlin, Basketball Sweetheart 32 Coach Holliman, district champions Gladewater High Schoml Basketball bladewater 5I ' 53 ' 56 W 57 ' 57 ' 59 ' 52 ' 60 ' 39 ' 52 ' 64 ' 70 " uo ' 64 ' 47 Center Kilgore Carthage Nacogdoches Marshall Jacksonville Henderson Center Kilgore Carthage Nacogdoches Jacksonville Henderson White Oak Waxahacie Tommy Minter ear baslcetbalf Ph illip Dickins iubba Martin shoois a jump sho Lgainst the Indians, Jerry Strong go points as Jacks on. Oliver Sorrelis es up for onville loo two ks bear basketball Pat Mitchel erry Strong 460' Oliver Sorrells makes two points for the Bears against Jacksonvi Larry Mitchell Buboa Martin bear lsaslceflaalf Punkin Kelly Lane Davis Phillip Dickinson lays two points. in the ball for Welton Jones James Heaberlaln l l bear baslcetbafl David Colvin Larry Waggoner Tommy Minter gets a lay up against Tyler. Wayne Mueller on Earl Henley First row: Coral.McFadin, Margie Guthrie, Allie Burago, Rosemary McChesney, SondLaMD,aNrLj-gil, Glenda Day, Connie Walker. Second row: Jack Guthrie, John Thompson, Jack Bulter,Kenney Uselton, Jimmy Strawn, Coach Roy Darby. Punvkin Kelly, Oliver Sorrells Dickinson and Mike Wood. MZ, 4 tennis we aww-.fL'i5JtH, 5 bear cheerleaders 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, lOth, 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 yean Gi, T Martha Avant rambler cheerleaders Harriet Robinson Sandra Stone Virginia Keller Paula Lange Mary Shepperd Mary Whatley ,f, 7 A 4 Laura Mlngs Marion Minter Landa Moore WH.-W ,mm f! WW,, cub cheerleavderg Susan Minter Glenna Rush Brenda Stansell CaroIyn,Lee Clarwanda Dawson Elain Brown 39 1 ,-,-. ..f-" First row: Ace Daniels, Frazier Estas,EDon Mjichglljilbmmy Minter, Larry Mitchell,Coach Lee Mitchell. Second row: Coach John Lyle? Donnie Philbrick, Welton Jones, Larry waggoner, Jerry Strong, Mike Yarbrough,Charles Stites, David Burgis, Johnney Bulter, J.B. Poston, Larry Watson, Bob Crouch, Pat Mitchell. bear track district champions March 8 March I4-I5 March 22 March 29 April 5 April I2 Avril I8-I9 May 23 40 Dallas Relays Ft. 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H, Lane Davis, Rotert :cond row: Coach Jim Coble, Delmar Cain, Tom Nixon, Phiif p Tracy, Ed Jordon Stuart: Third row: Wayne Muller, Bhillip Dickson, fr d Mathews, David Cclv' ank Hagen, Buss Long, Windell Higgs. Gladewater Jacksonville Gladewater Kilgore Fred Mathews wayne M , , , Li" I A QT Q 'r ' xg .- 7 4 'S J WN? 'X' gb- f' M. X ' i. is wil ls: , .. i GRWQWW , la ?QwwWW M,,5 mwym A ,.. ,,,, ffE?yuQ5x W -e -M. -. l .--'fel is uller Gladewater Gladewater Gladewater Gladewater Dickson --1--.....,,,,,,,, 6 ' 4' .J N lf, ,K ,W do . S Q s, an -L, sg 1 if s 'Q' V gi' H. af 4 5 ,. Nachadoches Nachadoches Henderson Center 355 1 i N Y' -"""""'i I f .Sirk ,Ln' ' w'fFm N li ,il 1, A . lm.:iii Phillip Tracy Robert Gains Tom Nixon Amos Fowler Buzz Long Corkey Stuart David Calvin Wendell Higgs 1 l Frank H3930 Lane Davis Delmar Cain Ed Jordan 44 rst ow lctor Moosy W a , ona u ar , Mike Mitchell Mike Renolds John epperd Second w Curtis Hare oe ow er, lmm ar ln, Mark Walter Hln o n Watson Th rd ow ch , William Hatton Pa We ton, David jrfuglv football Opponents Mt. Pleasant Nacogodoches Pine Tree Carthage Jacksonville Henderson Kilgore 1 Q l jnhigh basketball s First row: Coach Jim Coble, Mike Mitchell, Willie Shelton, Kenney Uselton, William Hatton, Bob Crouch, Corkey Stewart, and David Holcomb. Second row: Jack Bulter, Waddell Rogers, Jo n Paul Talent, Ronnie Stephens! Billy Henley, John Sheperd, Wayne Thornton. Third row: Gean Strictland, Donald Formby,fRonald Formbjl Steve Lawless, Mike Renolds. Fourth row: Ronnie Moore, Ronnie Robenson, JohnVWaTTET?T'End John Rose. Brenda Stancell Jacksonvil Center Kilgore Nocodoches Carthage Henderson I Jacksonville ' Center Kilgore Nacodoches Carthage Henderson Jr. High Basketball Sweetheart- Gladewater l so 2 jr.l1igl7 track irst row: Ronnie Robertson, Willie Shelton, Mike Mitchell, Max Copeland, Mike Renold. econd row: Ronnie Stevens, Corkey Stuart, Bob- Crouch, David Burgus, John Shepperd. district champions '47 fig-K 2 onsanlz ations s 49 student body omcers ,,:7f'if, . 1 fm 'A' mf , f , , W , hs' x Q ' X t if , H+, . '4vJ.,LLfy ul, rg..-Lil!! J, -gglgjxh feigfwxx- Y A special club N' if X eeee 1' n I N Pix' 'AX WILD we KD If f 3 ? ,X LJ. IWW SJ 1 ,. . f - ' -,- , - - - , X ,Qt I - X ,X I X -01,1 ,t student body ofzqcer FQ? 31 President James Crouch Vice Pres. John Mings Sec. Nancy Stracuner 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. senior student council 'g":'mif25ia:gT4 4 Q QiXk.--i-12f"XxX i 5 0 0 t l , . . ' L affiliated club v L junior student council President Bob Crouch Vice Pres. Mike Mitchell Sec. Kay Grayson The Junior High Student Council is composed of representatives elected from each homeroom, presi- dents of classes, presidents and secretary of junior high school elected at large from the student body, the principal as a member ex- efficio, and a sponsor appointed by the principaL E 32 2 1 i ,........-...-.---mm . .f f.f.a. President-Jimmy Alexander Vice-President-Ronnie Brewer Secretary-Jerry Lucas Treasurer-Robert Blair This club is composed of boys who are interested in Agriculture and who wish to develop competent, ag- gressive, rural agricultural leader- ship. It 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- triotism. B., XXX -- Q A --1 o affiliated clubs gg ' ii I 52 f.h.a. President-Gay Roberts Vice-President-Frances Dillard Secretary-Jane Phillips Area Historian-Doris Martin The Future Homemakers of America is the national organization of pupils studying homemaking in junior and senior high schools of the United States and Territories. As an integral part of the program of home economics in the schools of America it offers opportunity for the further development of pupil initiative in planning and carrying out activities related to homemaking. Ag. Sweetheart Linda Moore, Pres. Q Eddie Buchanan, and sponser These Ag' boys are poslng on the self-feeder they made. Mr. Williams pose for a pimture picture. 4 G XX ani' 1 cl I b 5 f -'fe 5 I la e c u Q J X . I .4 , ff J ' E X f.f.a. The poultry boys take time out for a picture. ere the Ag. boys show off their projects. all xl xo f.t.a. President-Grace Ann Rose I 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- fession. 9, .ttt W---6.--. --sew- O 1 Q -fsfs"wi"H'ii 22-Eau . . Qs, 0 4 qhfzzb NTs'Xf , affiliated clubs R ,gggggl S distributive education President-J. T. Audas Vice-President-James Stoner Secretary-Travis Garner Reporter-David Edwards The aim of the Distributive Educa- tion Clubs of America is the devel- opment of a high degree of leader- ship and citizenship in the students of today who are destined to take their place as tomorrow's leaders in distributive businesses. ,ex if .Wi s ,iylf gi:QLg '1 Q? 0 ' 'gf ' ix 3 F X 2 I ' 1 as We 1 Q 2Qxi 5' N f ,qs i T Q A 2 f,W5g mes , K , 555 .ts 3. 1. .I , Q., ' . f 1 if ' - iek fi' . , , , . ,. I lv., . , ,, 1 Q!5 migyffuf, W a, Ala ' T tw-A-vi'-""'N'x" ' Y . sf' N n fl?"-T1'. N K .Q f fi . z V W s af, ,- f fs Te We it ei P if- 1fse7l1,ff ., ' 1 w f s , , - Q M . H V T as . wsxwfg, H - 'T' gf , em v 1 ' s, fs: g get-ex. M ,- suv - ' ifs gmyt wmwmz' vwggw or -as , as , 1. v 1 1, , -Name wt I. 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W- .- ' i,5we4ysa4ggqgj,,f 'y-iygQ?2wkW3f e hgg FZ., 5 ' , f .V 1, 5 ,. ,.,,-tif1sQ +. ss- 5-tqevf-,H '3 ' - f Hspwmwfig Hww,mWmQP 1ww 3Me5iyMM tagwwe HiQ5QEMw??WWf gewmsgYV'i , - - , ...,:.g .:,-xt :-., fgsifpgga-,-gg I ,jsgfgfg ,:,gggkg,,fgfg,5f4,k,W J I M.bw Qiigixgmfpwma ftmgin-v I . ' ir. classical league President Fred Matthews Vice Pres. Brenda Stancil Sec. Mary Wells 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. .ses r ,g if T ' 3 s5'.'z'i1" 'i5c.fH?f'x 3'-'iff'3:'i?:2ii:'..2' . f .:z A ' K W 35'-1 b . 'Si V73 ' Wg, L' l,K, W' as uEieiHL3E5i?Q5g 3, QQ A MWVSEQ4 T , ,, .. A . . s ,EE gig, I ,, 5 fs fl.-,ew -, I , f ,gg -- y..::.-f . K ,. -I If-.. ,:g s 1 .N , gg: . . Z , W . ,K ,K . , sf. , , 3, 3312. -.. A ,. , -T' 1- ,Q is tesee- ei Q ee' twig.. sfpiaia.s11 use see? ef 1? is Q when ' if - 1 nmumwfv ut w.'nw- X 1, :' t K ..-,f1:k,,.f: .. ' A,g5gq1efe.eg,f. .fue ,M It K 5, - f f ui. - "-er , .L 5? 'Mw. 1'.1t- fi? . 3' sg V --114. wE'M if ,mega 2 is wsu. Aw,s iwmmw . ,-.,..,...s., f- ..... rn.. . . ..., .W ......,. u M - ,,.. ,u.. ,.... , .W s ,M U ' .wsc5's5e'as'1,:'w-'si ' at .i5'f?"'1:? 'I 1 ' , Wiu W , ,, V- i .m. Q as 5, W as 5 5 'F Q 2 get We-welll S. 5' . . ------'fe l "' it UK . Aa' X affiliated clubs , ,, X H 9519 1 fB3. l -' Q-'SANS-5? 'll 5451 : --1- aff ' -' ' u .::.. ' Q i f - X 0- 6, My V A , , spanish club The members of Los Conquistadores lThe Conquerorsl, whose roll is con- fined to Spanish ll students, meets twice monthly to enjoy Spanish div- ersion and to futher their know- ledge of the Spanish language and the people who speak it Among items they enjoy during their sessions are Spanish bingo, vocabulary.building games, Mexican and Spanish songs, and skits and tal ks. The highlight of theiu fun dur- ing the year is a Mexican supper in Shreveport, where they crown the King and Queen of the Spanish Dem partment and then attend a movie. Their special guests on this occa- sion are Spanish I studentm -, ....,. sr. national honor society, President-Mike Yarborough Vice-President-Don Hardman Secretary-Trecia Stevens l Juniors and seniors who excel in scholarship, service, leadership, and character may be elected to the N. H. S. The Junior Class Members must have an average of 92 or above to qualify, snd the Senior Clase members must have 87 , f l egg? o o gggg aggg ,B O NNNb '2Qq??,' affiliated clubs , ' og ii C:5 ' .... CD gpx Q3 gSKT X" ' .oer W , J G Q 5-ki, 5 C ir. notional honor society President Anita Hall Vice Pres. Rosemary Jordan Sec. Gloria Ray The Junior National Honor So- ciety is based upon four quali- fications: Leadership, Service, Character, and Scholarship. The Junior N.H.S. is to give suitable recognition to those students that attain and pos- sess, to an outstanding degree, good scholarship, worthy citi- zenship, devoted service, intel- ligent leadership, and exemplary 56 characten sr. high library assistants President-Kay Roberts ' Vice-President-Courtney Thlebaud Secretary-Keron Rush V 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' Counselors. T f?F14 ,X . 1 r L as X' ffl' A I b n r ,M h kgs ,xnxx H !,5L2 -F 2'!n w ' -'fx rx EJ Ifkxyy I G ' C U S ff fill -Nf X wk A, xl ,XX N' fixes: W Wmfww T r C: I' . Fl X J'X i,'JV A 'T -"lu "" im fix ' ,- x-T fr -N . H , XE, f B-t , ,,, as ,,,,,t., ..,,,,,, . ,. Q, 1, 4 .Q r f it ,F s - . ,T fwwvwsfwf-a Y , H sig I A. A 1 tg - - --R -W ' . ' 1 . . 1 1 ir. high library assistants The purpose of 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- shim 57 number sense Pres. Gayle McPherson V.Pres. Tommy Rose Sec. Polly Gary The goals of the Number Sense Club are made by students in the past. Each Monday the club members take tests consisting of one hundred math problems which must be worked within ten minutes. One person, with the highest score, will compete in the Interscholasistic League with stu- dents from other schools. fp, O as figiigf-fe--F 12541 C1 M- X Xitiiigk U 0 s iv, -Ni . . P at l affiliated clubs slide rule Pres. Gayle McPherson V.Pres. Jimmy Jenkins Sec- Clayton Warren The goal of the Slide Rule C is to learn the uses of the sl de rule. They learn short cuts in math and ' with speed. The members of this club compe te in the lnterscholasistic League with students of other schools. , My sg' ,Q is . 5 J ur Q' ' .. Q2 W us Wm., si f F i is annual club President Gary Jones Vice Pres. John Nilkins Sec. Mary Meade 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- sible times. XTX to - e 5 it llll T L O w1c,kJEJy' fJlJt,S Cir. "9g?5" iewai' ddegliiil, ll U C ff adm 1 , XLj' L 9 K 1 l xy vu-94,-T '-e 7 ' si. I :K ,miie 5-'L .5 3,5 Q 'if 'ai - Vino I . '56 f J 56 :Tx . 4 i ni f ' V at 4' .. J,-wt . ,, , my , 3 f 5 , 1 . , M ,,f.-n 1. si at ., W ' - , W Q ian' is gg W + pw-f ffiffilf Q gf?-f '+ve i was as Si 4 rm? ei f -we eww' ii by ij? GEQHQ we f be Q 6 4 117 i 1 f me .3 t Q7 if Q 1. et, , 2:1-2 kg, A M 35, ga .. ,, 5 . J ia: , f. , W' wil 'W ' as ggi .- it :tg is . , f . ,jigkjvf '- '.:n y:f' a:,,,'f: . A ww- ia 1: , w. "' . 'f4'!: , -:lsf2P1"- , .G .' ,-'5,f'i::J-- ' . s,:..efE31gpfim li, f 'ie . - w ' ,- 3 4' -1, -yy'Emz.1i:..-'i .3 11- -"-J.: x i H , ' ' . .tiff " 1 , .fi If f 6 'K - ,. Q A 1 ' T ' 1. gm, V - gs 1 . H1592 fr,-.A ., .211 I ,, 11,-2:--i-5 ,Z 1,s ,,,,, i MA ,nh ,.,.. K K 1 In .. 4 , A' U99 we-sz3if'5w ' 'Wifi ' . , 'W' ff: li ?,z?lz?A L, 42- if LQ? ifwgw 'Wi AQYHQQMQEFXWY -eeavsesee ille I v ',:L4f3sQ2ii'gisi:JaiQ.i'W-1 ,, .V it --1 " :Q ' 1 7 - ' i T tiilqlwsszgfhmq i?m w 'I"I-. V . '- raw ge-sgeielgfww , 4- ' W E 5' tennis club President-Terry Faul 1ice+President-Connie Walker Secretary-Carolyn McPhaddfn The purpose of the Tennis Club is to promote interest in thh sport and to work in conjunction with the tennis team in staging tournaments and matches. astronomy President-ClarencelHosapple Vice-President-JimmysGonnally Secretary-Donna Weaver The Astronomy Club is made up of seventh and eighth grade students. To provide an opportunity for mem- bers to become acquainted with the 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. K . if " . hobby clubs , 'l -. c-fs, S science President-Mike Yarborough Vice-President-TommyiRose Secretary-Charles'Farmer The Science Club is to increase the interest of students in natural phenomena in the world about them and the explanation of them. During the activity period, the members do experiments. demonstra- tions by members, reports and lec- tures, projects. and other things of this type. basketball 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 Qames 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 better. hobby clubs E ---1 E-A M -1 as , E e ' -i- 111 -1' N 15 T. Q 5 ' 3 ' A 0' J Eleiwi z' A --W 5 Q 9' 3 v k 1 better english President-ClaranneQShipp Vice-President-Kenneth Parrish Secretary-Opal Causey 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. 6I ft B drama President-Sharron Stone Vice-President-Faith Roush Secretary-Frances Dillard 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. ,ff .. ' ii 'i i'--F , . to ,Y ,HL .- MU, au! f -R . 5223 ,i it Q 1 i 4'n ' 4 - X ' 4 ww' 4 ,, X U L, 1 his I b Q 'f CU S The actors of where we come Actors of NLOW and Beholdn Gathering' take a break pose for pictu re after show. between renearsala ESQ A farm and ranch 'President-Clayton Roy Warren Vice-President-Edward-Smith Secretary-John Walters Treasurer-Ronnie Robertson f f :Q This club is restricted to boys in the 7th and 8th grades. It serves as an opportunity for boys to ex- plore the various phases of agri- culture and the livestock industry and helps them decide ifigtthey de cide if they would likevto take vo cational agriculture bin the 9th grade. Through discussions, dem onstrations and field trips, the in- terests of the boys are persued l I gn, ,..., . - 5 1... ...cn . Q , A T Q --Us--we-'-W'-2 ...L Jig .- 'H O 955 ' 1-'1 -X as o sw-as li T ,sag a f T me sa-3Q..c.l4.'f'fO O 1 hobby clubs 2 .Qggl F Lg! .O c,,, CDH 1lllEiD X X if fig. f' .a - a ' QA ' Y! YEL, 'D , i f E , picture perfect Pres. Glenna Rush Vice Pres. Ann Kilgore Sec. Loretta Blear Reporter Patsy Snow The members of the Picture Perfect Club study and practice good grooming habits. 6 ,. W4 ,,- . - ' -A ', , C - . A , , . ,... ,- mv. President-Molly Swearingen Vice-President-Richard Henson Secretary-Jackie Brown Treasurer-Carl Rinehart 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 book' lets wili be judged at the end of the term and three prizes will be given to the three best. fir , . gg? -Q A TN A' X if , l" QEJT ' x29 -315 f Q 9 , Q59 n s o .Q 4 ..-e 3 4 S . '. Nix 5 fl 'V ll QV p Q5 lx, Xx President-Cone-Wells Vice-President-Ross Jones Secretary-Glenn.A9neW Treasurer-Ronald FormbY This club meets for the purpose of learning to build and operate model airplanes. A music appreciation 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 i of the piece being played. 5 --'N'-Zig i QUK it . " 'X -ss ,Q H Y E59 Q . 'eta .- ' ':4",Ni. flU,5 V , as JEEEEBH I m ms Q3 -" Arie 'l hobby clubs UCI Q. : 'Q Q ' v C2 ui' pep club President-Louiann Gray Vice-Presidentfdane M000 Secretary-Brenda Cain The purpose of the Pep Club is omote school spirit at all the a letic events of G. H. S. 55 X .t l "V -22-143 ,E- jim 0 ' 5 s---9 rr 4 its W Dk si '- press club i The Press Clm whose membership is confined to members of the school newspaper staff, meets weekly in an attempt to improve the quality of the GHS bi-weekly, Bear Facts. During sessions, members are busy writing stories and headlines, pro- cessing pictures, typing and justi- fying copy, and attending to a host of other items. This organization sponsors the Bear Facts' annual party, where a Mr. and a Miss Bear Facts are pre- sented. The honorees are indicated by a movie star, who selects them after looking at staff portraits sent in by the Press Club. rf? hobby clubs spelling President-Virginia Coppedge Vice-President-Alta Fern Berry Secretary-Patricia Cavett Being able to spell is one of the most important things in every day life. The trouble with most people is not knowing how to study spell- ing. By studying the lnterscho- lastic League spelling tests they learn how to accurately study spelling. shop club President-Ernest Galbraith Vice-President-Mickey Bowden Secretary-Robert'Moore Parliamentarian-Donald Baggett 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 they do. iii Q-gg it .X 5 -ff, V ' 1 President-David'Edwards ViceePresident-R.AL.-Carrington Secretary-Sandra-Dunlavy Reporter-Patsy'Porterfield The Swing Choir is made up of the most talented students in the Senior High Choir. Taking place in special assemblies has been something every student has enjoyed to the utmost. Appearing on TV was an exciting experience for both the Swing Choir and the whole student body. They have also sung in Civic Clubs and performed in the East.Texas Revue. l 1 l ii l I I l Q 68 art club President-Virginia Smith Vice-President-Sherry Waggoner Secretary-WendelltHiggs Parliamentarian-Frazar Estes Jerry'Poole 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 earringsy weaving and making various types of place-mats. of , vigil' ie ""' " '--. O Q . 'ff '11 D fl' 1 hobby clubs MQ ,,,, Q U We ,il My J wildlife club President-Charles Attaway Vice-President-Elwin Burgin Secretary-Robert Pike Reporter-Marion Fowler The members of the Wildlife Club meet to study the lives and habits of wild animals through motion pictures. X --C-ft' - I WS. sports in season These students go over all the sports while they are in season. Dis- 4 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. K' N Pfiisggni - xi fx A 5 , , std -d!ig,rgMNWy ,,f5T?'yfk fs, ?lr.Q f 4 -X f be-elf KU' l1obbY clubs ,,f- ,fr f' ' J ,, ' g . V, if Q ,N --N----Xafwk 1,iN-'i:-'szsm- 'ts ""ffit, ' ,x I J jew x lo , . 'iF K- .rj ,XXX t 'No F . sgsewls an season f fri -- 3 . i X X a 4,1 5, V. iii-s , , f-'- . ee. ,',,.:s Y 5 Wm 3111, V ery' frmf"ewwgvMlrvs?4fii reef , W Q17 V l ,Q as If H 5 if M 3 9 we fefw 5 ?' 1 5 - ' " si wwf? 5Qwx E testi si? 'wwf 3wLXf "" ' ,.'- -. H'fWW5 fMww?sfW ?" ga yin so 'A ifggis smssf sr? ,fgfssm 5 ' 2 is U ssssses Qffkg QT? if, ifW?HW?5?553Ef eiix si 4 pigif if i l it i if ly 'i"7sE if llgf Qkiif . init A Q S? X -,fs5??iQl1 A4 seal E if Q -QVQE QQQK ',',, 2 sg ", , , , W Q K . . A QFg"g-lgQ1J risi isrysys it i, -fegeiihwi it f f THESE students go overfal the, ,ff ,,.r, : 4 , Iwi: 4 l A gk . if igiQ51i gg fig gQsag?Xns Q Q yi sports while they are in seasons D15 r cussing defenses and offenses of bas- f ,s.s f is ketbal l and football are only a few s QE sieve Le, VWW5fQMtWH9 MSHA is . , sssi Of the in I H gh they do- They learn +1 sfs' 1' s' , - - if is ' ' N P' ' f 5 new ana: different formation: and ex- vez, A - V-if,:if:f?,f,x-f X periences of the boys and also of things they have seen. 69 senior studyhall l Sr. High Library - Study Hall This group of students preferi to have a study period instead of participating in a hobby club. They meet every Monday and study or read magaiines. fn ' . I gg? g:f:f,-Nxs-- H 9 f , A, L' .J-L' , r Lcix J ..:f ' A hobby clubs . Q Qi X ' .... l 4 i D 1 te? uc ui QQ, w x iunior sfudyhall Students of Jr. High School that , 'VM did not want to participate in a r--:- mt.. '11 iii hobby club go to the library. They - use their activity period on Mondays 70 in the library studying or reading. I-ggtiiggli llll QHH ' as Q , ,Evo Q r especial clubs 2 QNX , 5' o C, 5 V i L51i77 Qs-A 1 Choir Sweetheart, Dodie Don Carlos considered one of the most out- standing ones in this area. Among ticipatea ase a participated are assemolise, a participated are assemblies, a music clinic, singing in the Cotton Bowl, and participating in the annual contest. This summer the choir will go to New York and sing in many places along the way. The Gladewater High School Choir is the activities in which it has par- 3.4-mwwfwir - T' f. 44251335 s'f::.Qs I . 'swf 'L , ' 1 ff is Q Qi an sts. . - fi:.5jEj-:Eg EMEMEEE efvsfte s gi,5QeWQEQ i.,, sis H, ae ,H 377, 2 ,ygfagi fs- ! if Sw iff 3 . ,.L,:L, re. . if . ,' , f 4 Robert Gaines, President '51 gkggqm, f, 1TMF'3 3. V f 2 mf ' 42 ex if I, V 1 . x ,Q E AY vt vs: iss ef 3 ' ss ii Q sw o kv V I. in .,kVk Claedieth Hightower, Scrapbook I --L,-,,..-1-' " r 9 f 'IIP CD 5 Zfffia fi ,,, . 2 'Q Arinder, Chester Attaway, Hollis Atchley, Lurline Avant, Martha Black, George Bland, David Cain, Brenda Cain, Delmar Carrington, R. L. Cary. Peggy Chamberlain, Margaret Cobb, Anita Colvin, David Criddle, Ruth Croley, Tommy Crouch, Bob Crouch, James Davis, Lane Dawson, Clarawanda Diffie, Judy Dodson, Wanda Don Carlos, Elois Don Carlos, Linda Dunlavy, Sandra Edwards, David Ellison, Wondell 72 Erwin, Jackie ses .gf g, 1 . -air' 5 at Y , f I7 'E gt Y , 4, ' , sf., sg, 1.3, we B 4' 'Wk Q YN .3-,e .. , 3, .s,, ,lsli s W W Q n ew ,NiifWW7,2 .wwf .f C . ,,'- Bull LOHQ, ViCG PVSS- Dodie Don Carlos, Sec. Louiann Gray, Treas. giggfv ??m" A Q guage wr, 5 '1 fame ,E H B - 's ' gate. avg' w'W,g, es, era? qi? I - ,. .. ,. M.- ,v fa , - D H TYOCll st9Ven5v David Edwards, Keechie Gary, Ass't. Dir. Parliamentarian LiU'arian 0 Kink gN::"P" 'ij ' , 55 N or 1yQl11gk5'V U Q, ,qarggggfnh I-XX Q ' special club Ford, Donnie Fritz, Jake Gage, Annette Gage, Betty Gaines, Robert Gary, Keechie Ann Green, Yvonne Gosdin, Joyce Gray, Louiann Grayson, Kay Guthrie, Jack Heareli, Jackie Henley, Donald Hewitt, Anna Hightower, Claedieth Johnson, Myra Jones, Welton Keller, Virginia Lange, Paula Lewis, Linda Long, Buzz McChesney, Robyn Meade, Mary George Melton, Jerry Milsap, Pat Mings, Laura Minter, Marion Moore, Linda Nixon, Tommy Porterfield, Patsy Poston, J. B. Price, Aubry Ray, Barbara Robinson, Harriet Rogers, Billy Wayne Rose, Grace Ann Richard, Wanda Rush, Keron Shepperd, Mary Simmons, Sue Jean Snow, Jan Speir, Dorothy Stansell, Brenda Stevens, Ronnie Stevens, Trecia Stone, Loretta Stone, Saundra Stracener, Nancy Swearingen, Mike Tarpley, Margie Waggoner, Larry Walls, Barbara White, Peggy Williams, Mary Ann Wilson, Brenda T I 1 XF? lrf ,.' U ' F M , ' , 'x . -. M ir. high choir 'x "" ' ,,Hig 'ga ' L w special club Q j 2 h 'G' If .J E KRW Q XZ! K A - ir. high choir Q fiffgifmg W in and special club Band Sweethearh Gay Roberts ' 4-N , ,gn ,.-. Q 4?. a ,vig-149D-' my fl A X Qual x f' 'K ,X .sN"f'gsM. fvqfx ffaidww-0.x . WANLKS Q'N -3Q"?'x f' Ffssm , ' - sfif xllf xglf X 5 V Q 115.2 1 AX X t ' 1 , Os wkflsjtkx' W Q--' 'X-R x,. ' ' f f Lf The Gladewater High School Band, under the direction of Mr. Bill Briggs, has a unique record. For the past twenty years, it has placed first in the marching con- test. The band has made a number of trjps where the members par- ticipated in parades. Among the places it has visited are Denver, New York, Mexico, and Miami. For the past two years, the band has gone to Memphis and participated in the Cotton Carnival. Si mix ..,...t, M. rinse ffe , gf h " n- 4-N, Q .2 . ' u ts ,V 4 Og? L. Secretary Leeds, Barbara band Vice President Zajlcek, Tom H. ,--5 our President Walker, John if ' L, ee 6 J is Norma Matthews Baritone John Mings Trombones Tom Zajicek Phillip Grayson Cone Wells Mike Newman Brady Gafford Courtney Thiebaud Henry Preston Richard Cary Lane Brown Basses Mike Orr Harold Richey Donald Matthews Billy Brewer Lavon Meadows Dennis Williams Virgil Markham Percussion Leon Watson David Brown Paul Morrison Leo Watson Bob Edmondson Rudy Oder John Hearon Mike Barr Charles Attway Henry McCann GLADEWATER JR, -SR, HIGH SCHOOL BAND Clarinets lcoht.l Qbara Houston Gladys Castleberry Earline Money Betty Haigwood Saxophones Gay Roberts Carolyn Warren Mary Ann Fouse Sandra Money Mary Ann Odei' Floy Meadows Melvin Freeland Mary Heaberlin Donna Taylor Sandra Freeland French Horns Johnny Walker Bobby Tribble Jackie Brown Glenda Nixon Sandra Tenery C01-nets lvlurray Morrison Steve Lansdale Gerald Bonner .Terry Runnels Max Heard Jimmy Baugus Phillip White Lee Earl Hatton John Rose .Dwight Howard Adolf Evans special club Flutes Lee Ann Berry Jane Phillips Karen Coats Anita Hall Doris Walls Anita Higgs Carol Meason Carol Falls Patsy Lindsey Lena Alexander Bb Clarinets Mary Wells Fa ith Roush Sharron Stone Betty Pace Mary Barr Alta Fern Berry Barbara Leads Ann Barton Linda Morris Shirley Mills Terry Faul Peggy Evans Mattie Meadows Evelyn Houston Paula Jones Dorothy Dean Kay Pothoff Elvin Burgin Linda Mickler' Theda Warren Pattie Roberts Jan Williamson Bassh Alto Clarinets Barbara Van Houten Edward Roe .f TESSH 1- X . - W Q. 23 E -wing SSH s 3 1: 45 We 35- .44, ..... .Md 4 f 1, 1 -V.: Affg-,ga-mgf,--Na Q, - if wif- L.L.. ,. M ay Roberts Betty Pace majoretfes Q speclczl club Ann Barton ' ,jg LBJ C 3 fx -gy ix JMJWL1 X EQWQMEQT 15, px f , ,' M c, K Th". -,N , N W lx nkivtf 55 x ..,,,, X V f mklvx MJ XT Mary Wells I strings r 1- K Y ,,.'?f',-V J ' ' ,,-, Special club 3 -e --N "U r All si ' I l , .r - F .-,,:s--.a, Ax XLQZZ-1 it ic Cf i SKI! in -e-.,.,,N O :im sn 4 at : ' 'zessfi in viii 26715: Q , QQ W Carla Massingale, Strings Sweetheart The Gladewater High School Orchestra, under the direction of Miss Bar- bara Downing, participated in many activities this year. Among them were the annual trip to the Cotton Bowl, the Spring Concert, and contest. ea. A ' . 4 fwa 'Q' iQ+WWEi ,xgg55l?xalKiffQ55"-, . ' , : Diff ' gg.'.o1 .7,,,,w5g--,eq :lu-iz w . 'wg ,N . be-S7575 ssffiiggiikzffiiis .3 SL-2-ggiifiiz ,,.,,,,,,,1,,,,p.,,s .11 V ,,a,,,,aa,a-, ,--,,.,,,f,,,,, , vfk. ,,,- . l ,.L,. - ,,,,,,s,,, a,:y1.misffssi,:'zr ' aff- in if - .. . 1 i' ' wk? 7 G- 'f5:f'l'5 T N-"1 ',-mari , ' G A ,. 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Orchestra Awbrey, Lila Sharon y, Jimmie Lavern Gayle Jimmie Anna Ronnie Dovie Massingale, Carla Pounders, Martha Richey, Sandra Smith, Devon Stevens, Etta Warren, Clayton Weaver, Donna Whitlock, Donald Wilson, Douglas Bailey, Lee Causey, Conall Elliot, Horn, Jackson, Jones, Jordan, McCown, Jx L l E strings quartet Q Y-Mx-XX ,. -k - .- - "5 5473 -N I I 1.40 Qjft U C w H,-V pecial club L V' ir high 'strings 4 f A i P llllhnf Gary Jones-Editor lJear's tale John Wilkins-Editor 5i,X, , L Y in 1 e xixc- 'Y ' ' Q 5-BN I 1- 'ASSY - A, RU K Q 5 XR C 7 If .Tax special club Mr. Poole, John Wilkins Martha Avant Whiteside, Ronald Clard, Jerry Stone well, Donald Hendrickson, Gary Sones Keechie Gary, Mary Meade, Tommy Rose , ,-.1,, K , ..,,. fhy FX I, V 4Lr wb tal 1 f wwnlipgm' Um EQ KH ff fl ii3E'xf'f ,- , Xl' XQ, jk' l X I NJ " , Fred Renyolds, Gayle McPherson, Jim Archie Turned, Alton Miles, Buddy Max- Jimmy Jackson, George Black, Betty Pace Robyn Mccndlney, Glen Kelly :SN ? 2 2 ? L 5 1 Q l S X Production Staff: Jerry Stone,,Ronald lar Produc ion mana ers Galen Thomas Pressman: Gale McPherson Strlper ona en ric son Eddie Greggston, Plate Makers r axe onny P1 tman Arc I6 Turner, Camermen. pecial club ,, QQ ll D J',,v ' E lg "' CJQZTEES 4 Editors: Tommy Rose, seventh grade Pace, eighth grade: Jimgy Jackson, grade? Gayle McPherson, tehfhwgrade Alexander, eleventh grade: Mary George Meade, twelfth grade e N bi L ,. N23 idilnlgf ., , ' , wi Sisifi ' , 1 1 n ' ,f wifi ' I X Qmiwaff 'tax 4' 4.L4-f.4ijfff- Z. wwwg,WeWQW P W ww 'Wai 3.25: . as W 0 ex ,Mr rslfi' A WS 1211 ,Lu ff, ' ez ff if M364 Q32 fel 1 'i in 2 ' gl? 'L if ?m , 4 ,5 .Q -.., L , ,. g 'say i n if W :Yin Q' 1 5, k 35 2-551 igafg f if es-QE 5165? is 1 . 7':3iE,y Zig I W f71? w ," F353 -fn wif, Pi:--i,,f3,,,f egggggei iw, ---: f i. K , e ' wif:- -. :E H . 3 5 fm 1 5 2 ,wet ,Q Y ,W ,i,,y,?jiQQ?giQ. any w fi i35iid55Qe5yQg5f. A e sw, H' ii Q M . fee 5 ,R ' 5 an kk Wimmwmggighgw ew w. W A W lkysf -Q Wayne Mueller and Jim Whiteside, Art Favorites, Martha Stow and Mary George Editors. Meade ea. -W e4.- e - o 2 J ifkuum Xxi en, Win75 q-D Qyxmssgununuc X or ' XX ' I I 3 A11 Q N g -iN5xNKi?W3i5iW C special clubs i "J e! W L' Typist, Keechie Gary: Advertisements, Glen Kelly: Organizations. Robyn Sports, Oliver Sorrels: Buildings, MCChesney l Fred Reynolds: Sponsor, Jimmy Rowe. ! i MELTON EZZELL, EDITOR -IN-CHIEF PATRICIA .LvlcKAY, MANAGING EDITOR VOLUME XXII 1957-1958 NUMBERS l-l4 GLADEVVATER HIGH SCHOOL GLADEWATER, TEXAS HW an OTHER STAFFERS Associate Editors Second ------- Geraldine Hill Third -------- Herbert Money Fourth ------- Glynda Stilwell Fifth -------- Martha Gilbert Special Appointments Photography, Billy Wayne Rogers, sports, LT. Audasg art, John Teneryg news: David Blalock, Annette Gage, Myra Johnson, Barbara Leads, and Robert Moore, paste-up as- sistant, Carolyn Williams. . . 4 I 1 1 l 1 :N Q L' inn il- ' -', 1 - .1 Sw, iiilf 'ir' V, Mig, ldzwjlbglxp f- fin: "X" ' I iw li , 1. Patricia McKay, third from left, is congratulated by fellow delegates to Texas High School Press Association Convention' which awarded Pat first place in news photography. From lefti to right are Patsy Hill, Melton Ezzell, Pat, and Geraldine Hill. Z. The BF's delegates to the THSPA eat a shrimp dinner as a traditional celebration after their paper won an All-State rating. 3. Bill Rogers, darkroom technician, enlarges a picture oi fellow staff member Myra Johnson. 4. Editor Ezzell and Fifth Associate Editor Martha Gilbert plan a forthcoming issue of the: BF with Sponsor C. W. Dawson. 5. Exchange Editor Herbert: Money left, and David Blalock, a news editor, prepare papersg for mailing to other school newspapers and to alumni. lift to l w 4 - ,Q .4 4. J.. :- Li - 'Bout Bear Facts 1. Mr. andMiss receive con the runner-ups. W Carolyn Williams, Melton Ezzell right. Runner-ups are, Gage and David Blalock J. T. Audas and Glyndai well look over ass sheets. 3. Staffersi at the end of school te . 5 -fi' GHS' bi-weekly, Bear Facts, allows Bearland journalism students an opportunity to see their newspaper writing and photography works in print. Preparing this offset publication for their classmates' enjoyment, BF staffers engage in numerous activities that will equip some of them to be come small-town journalists on graduation from high school. Each will undertake some news story, feature and editorial writing, some headliningjg and some proofreading. Anumber will learn to take pictures and process' ' film. Some will learn to justify copy Qtype copy so that the right-hand mar gins are evenj and do practical newspaper makeup. Top editors on the staff usually attend tW0g,3'-day press conventions eac year. The latter are Jsponsored by the Texia'sVHigh School Press Associ ation fin Dentonj and the Texas Interscholastic League Conference Qin Aus tml. . T V The Bear Facts usually wins top. honor ratings in contests by the two ganizations as well as in competitions held by the National Scholastic Pres Association and the Columbia Scholastic Press.Association. . a 4 s - n f Tndrl Individualwriting and photographic entries of BF-ers. also regularly wt honors in THSPA and ILPC contests. X x ,J 86 I 5...-..., BUILDIDGS Y., .QWAL-WML The Fine Arts Building provides classrooms for the Choir, Band, and Strings departments. Here the Choir provides much needed intertainment for school assembly programs. w if SJ it JG' f-A , . sg eggs? fl Pe ,fs 14-vi The Band, the pride of Glade- water High School, plays at a important events in this area. buildings 2 ' ,V sg, ,AYHQQ Qigwww E'Wf'f Here the Strings department, under Miss Downing, are smoothing over the rough edges. buildings ere three agriculture students look ver prize winning animals. at the Fort orth Fatstock Show. The Agriculture Building provides shop. M, K gig i M A 'Que 'ia , s H13 Hx, "' xii , , ,sf u ,ss T The Pafk ' '19 101- af fha west and Of TM I W,3,fgL:m the building, is maintained for students ,Q , N P ,: " 1 1 We e , 2 Q, . i "fig, ,, i fiif gig an d facu l ty au t0mO b I l 9- 2 'in g iui , j " "Qj'f Af2 1iQ" :'L L 'Q V: . 1" Q 1 j Q!M5J7?...1 1 ..,,. , K . A I , ,Z LL Akry: M V,V, A ,V .V ,xl lrli l ii w h,-".- ww: tWW?fK?wWENW'3 " s.Q1'M "i' K ,.., ,pM,x2W'MwwWiMWU 'V W '-w"'MW"W'M'i'7' p ,,i I fill-l Q, Y Y-it f fi si ,N igiiiiifmwhww, i, . inn K ' ,.. Zql YV W, ,hui . ,,W me ' -4 e e,,. Y M Q P , 4 K Silf E55 . LiT,,,,,,.,c ,,.. erm 'Aw 'T M ,fx, 1 J' :iv . lf, -'X I N vljmm I V :AEM S l ' , . 4- -A: - ,QQ WH, .. ,. "mr H 1 if ,fix L . wliqfl ' Ji I .-.ml , , . h -.lg I- , pw' The tennis court, at the corner of ' 1li.x,ir" ,iff E' Ma le and Tener , is one of the finest - 5 acsajf' .-V high school sponsored courts in this area. large classroom and a well equipted i buildings e High School gym is consider ed be one of the best in the state. YZ' :QL .1 N. KX 9' iii Ili .Q U! W HH P5 If ' The bus barn protects the buses from the weather and has a com- plete workshop for major and minor overhauls. Here the girls take iheir daily excercise in order to keep their girlish figure. ,f'I K f A ,fix V A i im W ,is ill! Here at the bus barn drivers keep the buses in top safty condition. CIO L " ,,f is In the school cafeteria one can enjoy good food and good conver satlon. MEM xaQggi3gjgg4:fg3g, A If ' . ' , , f . " sf, fffe .J , ' . ,, Paper work must be done, ' says Mrs Cain. Study hard boys, that exam is rough. Here tracksters are warming up with a few fast take offs. buildings i ? , 1 N F s Y Q r Y Y 5 1 x I P S I I . 2 V 1 J UTJVY1lDS'CRC1'ClOlQ 4 , 1 1 5 ......,,W,WW. A E 5 . i Q -www... I J E l Xp Archa Branum school board Erankotanderso 1i?T?Q ftfxi X if-P i f it , if 1 M ., ,, ,fr Your Board ofEducation concerns itself withevery phase of our community's educationul program. It is our hope that every student will be challenged to his best efforts. During these Changing and critical times we feel that rnore ,emphasis should be givento stronger fteddernie developments. We realize , , and accept our responsibilities in this movement. Your school board would encourage every Student to accept a. program of V studies which will ehallenge his greatest capabilities. It is also . , our desire, and we deem it urgent, that .1 continuous effort be t made by our Administrators and teachers in strengthening every t ' facelof our course offerings. We .ill Know this can not be done without the fullest co-operution or both parents and students. Let me assure you that we need your help and under- N vw. ,- -. 5 5 4 4 K r x , Dr. Howard LeBus Jack Hearrell A Dewey Gray W. E. Mitchell, Jr 'UN standing, Our only desire is to proxicle greater opportunities for seholtistit achievement find tosnplete und eternal success for erxeh of you. Sinee rely yours, Xxx .fuels L. Hearreli, I President 1 F 'fl ana Williams-Superintendent Superintendent The How, What For, How Much, and Quality of education seems to be on the lips today of every citizen in our great country. I am sure it all means that more will be expected fromour schools as a resultofthis increased interest. It seems rather evident then that our motto "Educating For Effective Citizenship' must take on a new meaning. I am sure that we must educate and train to live in a world of many conflicts and probably more important at this moment comes the age of Outer Space. Just to live in a world of this type requires each one of us to possess more knowledge and information about things which are technical. If the predictions that are being made by our leaders come true concerning the changes science will make in our lives, it means that the average citizen must have a lot of information in order to live in and appreciate such times. We are reminded that one of the great purposes of our schools is to challenge for effective citizenship. As we move forwardwith these new ideas it is the hope of your faculty that we will not forget the great human elements of our education. To be productive and to get along with your neighbor is still the most important phase of our living. It is my hope that the faculty, students, and parents will always be flexible enough to accept new ideas, yet cautious enough to retain the good things that have done so much in bringing us so far. Very truly yours, Dana .Villiam s , Supe rintenjent Administrative Assistant Principal J,A,Jones-Administrative Assistant George Lipscomb-Principal .gin Office Personnel Sam Slaydon Roy Johnson Cfwnselor Student Activiti NNxW QHFX Helen Cain Registrar Raydell Goggins-Secretary Hazel Ponder-Bookkeeper A n Ds Q -, Mary Helen Brown-Secretary Ann Worwick-Secretary M Wulf W to Administrative Assistant to Principal a iigw ,' t special workers Betty Smith Nurse iff? A 1 5' r 5 . A ,M -'V 5, ww ' ti. , ,. .. ' fs V-315: ,,,.Wa., ,yf.., . ., U ., ,ax Mayrene Bland- Thelma Grayson-Cafeteria Personnel E. O. Wooley Transportation Superviser Custodians: First Row: Buddy Smith, Dave Roberts, Sam Ray, Joel Smith, Bruce Wood, Frank Hawkins, A. B. Rose, Second Row, E. 0. Wooley, Howard Dunnagan, Jessie Warren, Gene Causey, Luther Ford, , Third Row, Monroe , Tucker, Roland Duncan, Monroe Mayberry, Turman Cowan, Reed Gaston. 97 Enid Aycock M.A. English, Latin Ken Bennett M.A. Choir Q Sue Bennett M.A. Reading Billy Blankenshi M.S. Math, D. E. Bill Briggs M.Ed. Band Beatrice Brown M.i English Roy Brown B.A. Speech Ruby Lee Boenker B.A. English Leila CampbeH M.A. Librarian James Goble M.A. P. E. Jr. High Basketball Jerrine Dailey B.S. Homemaking C. W. Dawson M.A. Journalism Spanish faculty a :geese A wif qggwgmws 391:.s:5,s1s,f. 'f -szyssxgl 5 272541452 sSiS?5?Efz'l iiiilii '1 '- U fly ww 5 R 5 W' 1 9" 1523, ,' ggmwigm' -wwmgmfeep lwwwiww ,b K Barbara Downing B. M. Strings Mabel Easterly M.L English Joann Forrester B.i English Jack Gallien M.S. Social Studies Richard Goode B.S. Social Studies Dale Green B.S. Math Bill Holliman M.A. Coach, Biology Carolyn Hopson B.S. P.L B. T. Slater K A. Chemistry J. Ofosby Speir M. L Shop Mrs. J.J.Traughber Librarian Bill Waters B. S Coach, History Herman Williams M. L Agriculture Mary Williams B. A. math Rod Williams B.A. History Roy Darby B. A. History 1 ,V ' 5. 1 faculty av-1. 1 J. H. McCord M.S. English John Lyle B.A. Coach Math 0. G. Johnston M.i Math Guy T. Harrison M.A. Football Coach Civics Jerry Poole M.F.A. Art E. C. Pennington M.Ed. Typing, Secretar Training Grady Parrish B.S. M.Ed. Shop Lee Mitchell M. Em ial Athletic Director Frank Setzler M. Em Algebra Jo Schulte B. S. Bookkeeping, Math Jimmy Rowe B. S. Photography, Printing Jessie Mae Pynes M. Ed. Homemaking 4f?" A X. fi' of M ,HM .Mat fn 2 1 . so , x A .ff X Faoonl-ces .W 1 1 1 : 9 1 1 . 1 2 1 1 11 1 1 X 1 Z 1 . 1 1 5 1 1 1 Z 5 I 1 ' ' ' Q 1 . , I 1 1 1 - . 1 1 9 1' . .1 1 -- 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , 1 1 1 4 1 1 K 1 1 .. 1 1 . 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QQ- classes 1 ,, Wy. , 1? wa Jr 4 34? xii? . 1 J 45 'hr 1 'WX -1: . c r' STQ 9'?..w4 14mg I E+' Senior 611155 0Wccrs l President-Larry Mitchell, Vice President-Jerry Stron Secretary-Treasurer-Louiann Gray, Reporter- Keechie Gary, Parlimentarian- Phillip Dickinson U16 Scuiar 671155 af 1958 I The Senior Class has many feathers to put in its cap. Although it is one of the smallest classes in the school, its members have worked together to make it one of the most outstanding classes in Gladewater High School's history. This group has conquered the honors at the Halloween Carnival three times. When the class did this in the Eighth grade, it was the youngest class to ever win. ln I955, the Student Body was treated to a fine Christmas Social oy this group, in I957 this class gave the Seniors of '57 a gala uanquet and prom. The many suc- cessful projects completed oy the Class of '58 make it one of the most prominent and memoraole classes of Gladewater High School, l 1 4 65-5-- , A - . Q 'li x 7""'3f??'u fqfff z f- ' 71 I' ivy seniors .Wig 1' ' mi ATTAWAY, HOLLIS I Spanish Club 7- Gol f team 56-57 M A' Swing Choir 56-58 L 5 A I I f ' 5 A I B L A L o c K D A v I D L E E A 11 ' A QA.. LLL .--' ' ,L,L figyg M,A fi P r e s s CI u b V I c e P re s i d e n t L A Iii'-A 7 IV, X P o p R e c o r d C I u b . I I n t r am u r a I S po r ts I Vuuvz' Q :RL 5 :Q .... A V 5WMMWWWMQwiEWw 3 1'- J fs' 9 ?I 5 .I JM Qmgjgm 5 gf vs WEAR! fi A L, A 2 X LL r 5 ,Laffy Q f 1 AAF :A'a1fE:51.11p',:.uA APYZQ-VfPlf.f'w as ' Vw' kQ"'.-532: A I L Mun A Lf X 15.535 f Y L s ar . . LLLL ., .L., A., , , AA LL 5,555 L51 . M, AuDAs, J. T. F oo L b a 1 I 5 5 - 5 6 - QHWXEQML P r e s A d e n t P r e s s C I u b ' A 'A 1 'fe' :i.5i,. .z. I sneak' mf :- if I5 B LAI R, R0 B ER T 5LM, Ag r i cu I t u re- T re a s u re r 57 T r a C k 5 6 - 5 8 35? ' Study Hall AVANT, MARTHA Cheerleades 55-58 Choir 55-58 ,h Annual Staff 56-57 BREWER, JACQUILINE F. H. A. Intramural Sports Drama Club ALVA A -f ,L Am, L . , .,,5,..A ,fa -- 5 - ' gsgli -1, 62 QW? AMB P re s I d en t D . E . CI u b L, M iii? . .- ,-:s mfs,-sn -sw L:'Lf71Lqgfsf225s?f A A A miigflsifssf 53,595 vu ' , ' gzwiniiszs I25 5 Q51 - - - .,,,, 5385 awww 1 'IJ' 4' wife, :P gk av x?gEm QW C r 1 Hg 3 li an 5 Q Q .nun Lf rec, i ,bf-'gf 1. my Q 5 s l 5 , 9 'ws we W 81 3+ sf gm 'i Q vw wi ,AQ -5 5 rw , , 4 ii , tsfl fsm--f 5' " 5 -us A 5, Y -4 seniors 1 Z V1 4 761 VKXLKN. ,f , 5 A , lmw,,w , Y Y CROLEY, TOMMY Choir 55-58 Swing Choir 56-58 Shop Club 5 DON CARLOS, ELOIS N. H. S. Secretary Sophomore Class Football Duchess 54-55 CROUCH, JAMES President of Student Body 57-58 Basketball 55-58 l DUNLAVY, SANDRA Halloween Queen 57-58 Q T' i H' 5 5:5 A 5 5 Q N H s ,5 wi, 5 Basketball 55-58 2 Baseball 16-58 Swing Choir , DICKINSON, PHILLIP Football 55-58 EDWARDS, DAVID Parliamentarian Choir Football 55-57 choir 55-58 EVENS, MINN Homeroom IE seniors Library Assistant I lub Library C GAGE, ANNETTE Fa H. A. Pep Club 55 Choir 57-58 EZZELL, MELTON Editor-in-chief of paper 57-58 Spanish Club 55-56 ILPC Contestant FOWLER, AMOS Baseball 55- GAINES, ROBERT Football 55-58 Baseball 55-58 President Choir 57- 56 Basketball 55-56 Football 55- 56 GALBRAITH, EARNEST -Shop Club President Intramural Sports English 5 V5.0 , ,W ,N , 4 'r 'SW' .. Wigwt at s S.. ' -L A-,L ,ei ' iWQsPf EEQHWM, ?QQMTjfMt M Y Q 'J we M,-51325 ff yr , ng, as -Mania aft R ' as gg 4, J ,,,, -Q, lifes 5 Viv? Q Hg, QUE' -5 ' 58 W f l27 s 5:5K,f ' 5 af' You 'ff rg? 4' X ig 'qgLl6iQAg5 J GARNER, TRAVIS Football D. E. CIUD Wood Shop Club Lulu GRAY, LOUIANN N. H. S. GARY, KEECHIE ANN Homecoming Duchess 57-58 Rambler Cheerleader 55-56 N. H. S. GULLETT, JEFFERY Drama Club 57-58 Homeroom Vice Pr Basketball 55-56 Football Sweetheart 57 Junior Class Favorite SBFIIOYS esident 56 wvwwm- 'If . . ,,,,, I L Slime-, ,...-sw GILBERT, BILLY otball 57- D. E. Club 56-57 Pre-military Club 56-57 i...,'.,,i HAGAN, FRANK -53, WE - fh . , fl- 5EEf,i ,.,.- gy F' F' A' Sfijweff "t Football 55-58 Izs Ba stef. seball 56-58 seniors HARDMAN, DON N- H. S. Number Sense Secretary Vocational Agriculture HIGGS, WENDELL Football 55-56 Student Council Representative Pre-military Club 56-57 l HAVENS, GENEVA High School Choir 56 Assistant Editor Bear Facts 55-57 Secretary Homeroom 56 58 HIGHTOWER, CLAEDIETH Homemaking President 55-56 Junior Class Reporter 56-57 Scrapbook for Choir 57-58 HEWITT, ANNA Choir 55-58 Swing Choir 56 Secretary Homeroom 55-58 HILL, GERALDINE Press Club 56-58 Secretary D. E. 57-58 Spanish Club 57-58 fb , ummm . ce, 4? i30 af gif, Eflf fi, 'Jef' 55.4 Wa Q as Ill! , W ' nf N up 9 5 ' P A la lx 'F . 76-5.411 21:1 ll if, J w- -1- y :,4f. -' L x W,----1, c la, hu- - I XT. S6l1IOI'S HILL, HORACE Vocational Agriculture 55-56 D. E. Club Barbell Club Y as ?,5 . k 5 HK? Tpag ,,. . Jones, GARY rl'a 5 -3-5 Art Department 55-58 iQM5fgEf7 Art Editor Bear's Tale 56-57 Editor Bear's Tale 57-58 2 HILL, PATSY Distributive Education Club 56-58 Journalism Club 57-58 Bear Facts Editor 57-58 JORDAN, VICTOR t 8ii 5 rf I Q! gg ,, . Maw Cl 1: F 0 0 f 5 a l l 5 5 - 5 a LM' Basketball 55-58 Track 56-58 gl 5 M , iz fi!! JOHNSON, MYRA Choir 55 58 Secretary Teenage Problem Club 56-57 we Q KELLY, GLENN allaall 1 , 5 5. ' Eggig BaSkGtball 55-58 fiiggf i7'A'ii iii i Xwkk in I :', :I n U a I S t a f f 5 5 - ikky 'Q Vt h F 0 0 t 5 5 l l 5 6 - 5 7 T' 5 ff Selll0I'S 3 XQQJ 'QZL-gif .- -HM" XX -r X ' - 'il """"" - It .xgx Mx- xii, A 'fa '- 55 i .1 Q j -f . 7 . ' I i iw I K in 'YQ' 5' J' KRUMM, JIMMY D. E. 56-57 Agriculture 55-56 Barbell Club 56-57 MCCHESNEY, ROBYN N- H. S. Most Likely To Succeed 56-57 Student Council 5 LEADS, BARBARA Band 55-58 Band Secretary 57-58 Homeroom Secretary 55-56 McROY, CLIDIA N. H. S. Homeroom Secretary 57-58 Future Homemaker 55-58 LOYD, JOE LEE Shop Club Vice President Metal Wood Mechanical Drawing English MARSH, FREDDIE President F. F. A, 55-56 Reporter Pre-miiatwry Club 56 Parliamentarian Someroom 55-56 WS' W l J S8I1IOI'S MARTIN, w. L. laugglll Football 55-58 lfl' 5555 Basketball 55-58 Baseball 55-58 52 n Vx la al 5 i,., ,Al M E l. T o ll , .l E R R Y Choi' 55-55 aa Pe p c l ll 5 5 7 - 5 a M Social Problems Teenagers MATTHEWS, FRED Football 55- Presldent Junior Classical League Future Teachers of America 57-58 f ?33fgw.f T2 332: ff 5 ' L E S 5 W0 " sh r ill 5 L 5 P r e - m l l l t a r y C l u b 5 6 - 5 7 .. 5 5 QEWSWHQ' ' 5f53XW'fw' 1 5 5 S c l e n ce C l u b 5 7 - 5 8 5 Sl lde Rule - ww , X56 11 WU!! MEADE, MARY GEORGE Choir 55-58 Annual Staff 57-58 5mmwuwl' 5 -- .- -K QME5g'i?EM5 .,. , V t l5.,. 2, ' 5- - ii5VM Mag 1 Egig A' i, L,. Rl an 5 f M l ll T ER , ll A R l o ll Cheerleader 55-5a R l l zgi 5 55 5 l" ' ll os t P 5 p ll l a r ls l rl 5 5 - 5 7 Q 5 Eole ' 5 '32 Halloween P r l ncess 55-56 '5 ..,5. al' 5 l SQITIOFS MINTER, TOMMY Football 55-58 All District Most Popular Boy 56 57 Track 55-58 5 ,E M E, ir MONEY, HERBERT JR. 5 Football 55-56 5 3 5 0 P 5 5 ' 5 5 - Mow ywmfyg ,Q 3 C' 1' if Journalism 57-58 I ,,.,,f.1, 1 ' R 3 R S2 l " g 519: 3 5 'rv fe 3 xw .. , t W- Q . .. ,JY with fmwi .R Mmm MITCHELL, DON Football 55-58 Basketball 55-56 Track 55-58 MOON, JANE Choir 55-57 Vice President Pep Club Homeroom Officer 56-57 MITCHELL, LARRY President Senior Class Co-Captain Football 57-58 Most Courteous 56-57 MOORE, R05 Sports Barbell 56 Shop J? ,M , f, ,EW . . ww w T 32512 952 , , W: W ,H if ' .sfi-4 . 5?F ss al' Q . ,Wa :R was W 5 5 'Sgr' 1 ggi Q, Ugg, ,,, .R - lwoiwuw- sisi , if K T -T ialal. Q 1? , 55 , seniors I ASM S 1:-g i"1i . 5 .-.. . lj? lEg3?Ha,,.1.f MYERS, THOMAS Shop Club 57-58 Wood Shop Metal Shop PORTERFIELD, PATSY Choir Swing Choir 56-58 Spanish Queen 55-56 PHILBRICK, LINDA President F. H. A. 56-57 Representative State F. H. A. Choir 55-57 ROGERS, BILLY WAYNE Bear Facts Staff Choir Swing Choir R X' -am. . V. . PITTMON, SONNY Manager of Football team Annual Staff Slide Rule SORRELLS, OLIVER Football 55-58 Basketball 55-58 Track 55-58 " ' ey -M., 'iv : - .-A seniors STEPHENS, ETTA Sweetheart of Orchestra 56-57 Orchestra 55-58 F. H. A. ' ,QR . s T0 N E JE R R Y A Eiga 015511.55-57 L ,S 1 X me Fo 2. s .54 SW Annual Staff 57-58 Barbell Club STEVENS, TRECIA N. H. S. Rambler Cheerleader 55-56 Football Duchess 56-57 M 4' 5,334 9? fe A 1, N 1. 5 iF. M fl mmf ..,v .aw in , -,waw'. as 1 h an e STONE, LORETTA fjgg l': Halloween Queen 56-57 rere 5 --Q,A egsg ggigf choir 55-58 Wigimwf 155552 ,e-' Home room Vice President I is STILWELL, GLYNDA Reporter Homeroom 57-58 54 Social Problem Club President 55 ? egggifn 5J r , ? 3i gim,A V53: lr srow, MARTHA ?f'F1H 5 5lol iff is Spanish Club Secretary A 7inR' choir 55-57 l X55 Annual staff 57- I A M seniors jiggk K. ls'- -,M ,-vw W1?3QE ,4NH WEFQSQ NI- ff-A IH W5fHQW?Ffw'twf' -571g ,fi TQ 1 A 5 5. if i,.f,',,fzF in C, . --N. i.Q,!e"' . y gp- rin. sw- . - STRACENER, NANCY Nw h 4 'ApM gr Student Council Secretary 57-58 5 f 1' L. Swing Choir R "l5m' iiggao, - PWR? Sf at fb- VALDETERO, ALICE l M 5 PWYMQICC Vn V Spanish Club QSRSXQ cheerleader Club A F. H. A. Qvh mr fl!"- STRONG, JERRY Senior Class Vice President Football Co-captain 57-58 Most Handsome Boy 56-57 5-55 35 A A -5 VAN HOUTEN, BARBARA Band 55-58 J. C. L. 55-58 Twirlling Cluo 55-57 'K .. Nru fww- any TRACY, PHILLIP MW" Football 55-58 ' Basketball 56-57 Homeroom Parliamentarian 56-57 ...ug :YW WALKER, JOHNNY Band President 55-58 N. H- S. l36 Homeroom President 56-57 MQ? ""l' ., .-" ...A .533 i t I' 2 l seniors X XX I my y ii-9 T I . Q' 'I-H. - I X fi Q r Raggx-gillii !,V I WATSON, LARRY Track 55-57 Football 55 Barbell 56 WILLIAMS, MARY ANN Cheerleader 55-58 Princess to Gregg County Fair N. H. S. wins, JoHN """"" nior Class Vice President 56-57 -Editor Bear's Tale 57-58 .W.,, nLo and Beholdn Speech Department 58 Miss Aycock seems to keep almost everyone busy. WOOD, MIKE Golf 55-58 Student Council 56-58 Youth Center Representative :Vt Qfxa YARBROUGH, MIKE . 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MA President-Jack Erwin Vice Presidentfderry Lucas SecretaryiMargie Tarpley Reporter-Anita Cobb Parliamentarian-George Black tx A H' 5 , ,A - . "if 37.-N'-MAN i.- swf- X .- X. i 1 fi ix "-f'x3x'fTf' A n' HW Wifi , LL'.L . A MM f .Fm K ?- Q fx we 2, Q Q . ,.x, .M--H-, -' ' M 'Sl3'x1:g, f W 5""w,w......,..,,,,mm " fi RQ 'H -5 W4 ix F 'R Ka -e ei .mafia .,,- ,, ,,1,G K . gp. mf.-, Q 5 5 ' 'NM aww-MMM., gf - ,i,W.w423,N . iw. .13 s Q'f"': gjg 4 .iff .-.' f .5 g vMMw't, .fgggsw gimgifif W sm 'f ix? 5 ki ':A-- 2. . ky "3'7iil5 Ma ,gs Jw is 'Q Av ' Kk-k V' bfi., if A f ,ii Q 52 X., A 3 if v'k" 'ff . :iii it 'R Q k i. Q54 K i R 1 ' ' 5 'X 5 '1 C fx - L- 8 1 5 ' gawk . . ,Wg X i YQ :gQQrWLww,. f'-' w , if 27 ig.. f' - hifi' Q .Q Q. , 567 fifgfiy Xf::p..Q,, . Nw . 53.3. viii sg. . ., .. 5 f . . , .. ' 1, Q -1 .V . g i, '.'- -,AL 1.. .V vs-A - - , Q 5 g A VA Q' Y, ' . 1' 341- A N ,wx .g may 43 Si Q k I 1 . f' ' I L' 2 'W 4w dYmQ'eF11w6fgS vi ,... 2 iff' xv - .W .W . . 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Cast leberry, ,Jack Cham berlain , Margret Citty, David Clark, Ronald pumors F . , i I v. fryxff ff '5?.t'?lLiQ - 9,5 Qfifii Lili: 7 'Q ,:-sf .17 ,,,. .A . i 7 5 ' jg veibTgfi?3'?5ii3 .zI Q" ' -' :- K , 1, 5.,-e,,,:g,.fl3,k,,., mtl. f , 2, ,, .. L, ,,, .., , A fc 2? E - an ,. . . , 2. ' - gl S A if YL' - 'ka W . ,,,',. 1 , - ggi .-eicfitig L wogti 5 1 Q 8 3 ., 3 , SQ' ,- FNS X A , , tg 'af ab: .S 45' sw age nite: -..-,L - - 1. .few W K M 5 Q em 'I S' W 3 35 XS af? k K 4 - My - Vip, fi -,,- g gizilky, 5971 ' A E M5 -V t " ' iylg '-i'V3'1Y fE?i3f' yrs Q S 4 , .ae 2, .4 ' "'2 ' ' ' . YVKA M ..f 1 f zz' A-ws -H, Ei ' - if " ' - ' Mary Barr practicing for the noon-nom' b ubble-bl owing contest egg Q ., A,A IQQE 5' Q or me: L ugly.. ' 555555 Ho-. ,Legg wt - -was we -ws i 1,:zs5g5:,3 ek :li?i5i5E2L555?! , Ha 2, at ' +4-. f?iI5f?f5l'55?f' A I. 7 , I 5 E V . i 'Q Connwse, Peggy Crawford, Randall Griddle, Ruth Davis. Virginia Dillard, Frances Ednondson, Bobby Ellison, Wendell Erwin, Jack Estes, Frazer Evans, Thomas Farmer, Charles Fritz, Jake Gafford, Brady Gallbraith, Donald Gilbert, Martha Gosd in, Joyce juniors K f ,Ali ' P The Tics and The Dogs tangle. if P G ray son E f Ph ii up - sv i S I Gutn rie, . W Q'kW mmi V so " Jack E 1 41 ,..: ' W 1 - , it AA,,. , A A V o V r . ..,, qhbz g E g I I Q -," m,1' , . rriri ' ,i , r ,Q:' P' ' MM , I at Virk . '. lg i View " . P W , ii.. E X xii ,K it Haire, Wanda Harris, Bobby Hart, Patricia Hearrell, Jack Hill, Paul Hyden, Robert Jones, Peggy Jones, Weldon Kelly, Wanda Lansdale, Benny Liedtke, Robert Long, Buzz Lucas, Jerry Mackey, Bobby Martin, Doris Matt news, Pamela iuniors We 5 K 'NN "WSJ Q ,,.,, . B 1 PP'-news : K' N- we Mdir ary Wayn e McKa y, Pat Junior home-coming duchess, Floy Jean Meadows, and escort. Jack Erwin. - M T , ii,. Q i H -ew . 5 Era, . gk KK 2 J .. Mr . 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Price, Awbry Ray, Barbara Reyn olds, Freddie 6 Q juniors S -A AA R KZ if if G4 'K R ' ' 1 t - - M f , f an 5 1,,. . it , ,, 1 2 ra M' J Q ,Q va 5 PM 2329 4 if S ei 3 ...W -W.. , Paz., im S' f . m,, " Q, it if QSM V fr wi T ig .- im New . 'V . 'M ',.-, get , - ytiy S f 'sf ,, .HS.:1:,'i'WI1l.f, L? F. 'W A I 5 A'k"k i Q f , wx, A L"L ' , L,LL ,,AL,,,L . if it Reyn oi ds , Gord m Robe rts , Gay . 2, , fs v.'f'.11?f:-fe.-. ' gi ,Q-M191 ' .Zii1.5'?5:'ZS,:iaf'2J--' 'aw f - .Q ffi ,s 1rs11V ' ff, Q, fy 1,1 vga MJ" JL A sd ,Q 2 fe? A V 4 L mf 3 ,A 5, W Qi The smiling faces mean it's almost 'time for lunch Robe rts, Kay Rose, Grace Ann Roush, Faith Rush , Karen W f yjiiv k W ,: , , f Q ' . sw-ws, Sue Jean 5 y Smith, ci ifton ' A"A Smith, Lorene f Mrrwrv Smith, Roush Spier, Dorothy Stegall, Max Stone, Sharon Tarpley, Margie Tenery, Join Thietaud, Courtney Thompson, Van Tiptcn, June "' ,. -,Q ,, ' -avi-ek in ., .. k, i 555 5 bfi Q ,. -f -ff? 1 :sg:L:iff1 . , A 53551 K 1,35 .Wife.fre-we-'ffgff?kK 1.-lim 1 Eiwiffefeiiw,fgelfl - , , .S K . isislglwziiil fff'fi.ffi5i3Qg2f.- . gfs-i?wvf1w .. + ,. I ef in f fffsfdff i . . f.fs2:s,5m:fe.,:- W2-xif':, .E fir le , ., 11 ,. , ,sur-Yffffliisfff: 5:2-: ff - iw' r , -V N 2-rw ' .iQ4d?fs?Ef?f7f-pi,,f2,l5Y s: 15:.1 ,,.:- g':'::, Q,-f.,' -f, l 'Zig 1 .1 K M ' sh' we .,5wzm+wfm-el -- -2 . i P 1- A 2? ssFQfwz1fi2aiSi1' . 15:5 s , , qi K ie A ""' Q ::g.v4:!, Qaigaaefw rf - feawlaiw ' 1' f - 2 ' T A e fe " ,. ,. - - f:,,5f-,.f,, 1 ,V Q JW" .-W .... , . .. ,D --f-- ,.,. , H . 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I L N Karen Coats and Jane Phu ll up catch l The girl in hcmenaking learn up gn the Iatet ggsgip, child care. x 1' XX -if juniors Tribble, Bobby fi QT ' 'A fig? 511 tg fsf' H U- ,rife L , ez :si- ., QQ,-2i--Qi ,L ' 7A V These students are determined to Pass the next test. tar it rrie 'i'. f eir' ' a i ' iiii K l taen i f . ii , A Q.. i Tu rner, Archie ' 6 lr ,fr eeai ff ll Tu me" mm an" A 2 1 . 1 Wal l 5, Barbara I: F 1 - .gl,. ,V ., K K watson , Leon 2' V, .nf 'Wm I 1 White, Peggy Willians, Gloria Wilson, Brenda Y ates, John L Y , ,,, - l soplzolmfrc class fzzwrzfcs W '-1f"' W- ' -G:-A-fwgi.,-fg ,,.,.-'-- ' wfw, ,Lyf,m?:ef5rf' g "' saphnmvre class zwcars Larry Waggoner-President Saundra Stone-Vice President Mary Shepperd-Secretary Pat Mitchell-Treasurer David Colvin-Parliamentarian Hariett Robinson-Reporter R A gp ggi, Egg , Lfl' . , , l 'iifiiia V I " rg -H, K - A. ,, ,..,- U af'g,. 'W eii i ' i i r it or r or 1 ,. . or X K r ieei rre Q. 1 o f ,,:. it f it 24 t sophomores Ablesi ibmnie Alexmder, Jackie Annstrong, Tom Baggett, Donald f""'Y'-v K 5 Barton , Berry, Alta Fern Bane' Senior High girls seem more interested in Gerald camera than their lunch. Bowden , 'AU 1 35 1-.QS ,L i1r" I ' .eiwii W, ii I E ,ero o a ' 'sn-f-ma? f I"1' e f 'egg by Mickey je w . 4. 3 V 1 5 5 i Brewer, Harold Broan, David Broun, Patricia Brom , Janette Burgin, Elvin Butler, Jdiney Cain, Delmar Cary, Peggy Castleberry, Gladys Causey, Richard Cavett, Patricia Colvin, David V i Craig, Delwin Dai iel, Asa Lee Davis, Jerry Q? :dy Diffie loafs while others study in English II class. Davis, Lane Day, Billy Diffie, Judy D-ixon, Larry Dodson , Vlmda E sophomores i - ., Q va W 'Om Q -r and Don Carlos, Linda Farmer, Carolyn . Farmer, Charles Ford , Donn ie 2 sophomores 'wik i f r W H , Mg, X af "" 34' ,V Q' 2 Q y' 1 V- 'MLWM fm. V . fa W 4' 3 Rf 5 , W Mi L,.' 'f H , if Hagan , Robert Hai gnood , Betty Harper l Violet H arrison, Aderlce ,L ' 5 e t 45 tim' I 1 wee ls ,--H5 an 1 ggi W i 5 ,Saas Q, NJ- Sf! if 3 . aim gg QW at t gt' Gage, Betty f trt U Gage, Glenda - Gan, Polly 2515 . jj Gregston, Eddue English ll students take time out fran studies Heaherl in, James Henely, Donald Holland, Charles Je n KIFlSQXJjJ1lW Keller, Virginia Lange, Paula Landers, Nellie Lansdale, 'Steve ophomores Laster, Richard Lee, Mike Lewis, Linda Long, Lula Egexgg Worm: ,f . . ophonnre girls gossip in cafeteria after having Glen eaten lunch. ,,,.,. awigi i.,, in-w 1 . ,,,,A.,wf,,gk, I V, , ga Lorentzen, , Joanne "' ff f i ,V K lf AW V V E Mackey, ff' ' t':' ., I I E. ,: in Burl i M Marrs, Martin, rx 5+ i'Mv'i ' Mcdilton, Mike McPherson. Gayle Massingale, Carala Maxwell, Dean Maxwell, walter Maynard, Jo Ama Mills, Johnny Mings, Laura , W 'mu' , :wi , 2g,fggg5,,:V , Patricia f f K q -' .1 fwfemzifff ' , azz? 6!i'i?i Qi iii? .1 , i ,iff f ,ack hrrh ,af I . if "W-wav' ,Q sophomore: Mohon, Flora Money, Earlene Morrison, Mirray Mueller, Wayne Prestmv Loretta Stone continues to eat while posing for Henry a picture ID the cafeteria. Richey, Harold Rinehart, Kenneth Roberts, Suann Robinson, Harriet Rose, Jimmy Rose, Tonmy Snepperd, Mary Snow, Jan phomor Stone, Saundra Stow, Lee Roy I Strawn, Jinmy , Mike ,lm lavid Colvin thinks deeply about World History. Thurman, June Topping, Micley t Van Houten, Roy Waggener, larry Wall, Gloria wells, Mary- whatley, lhry Whiteside, Jim s Thonas, Janace Thdllasv Galen lhonpson, John "lr 1 5, .. it 42,9 tw , W .gg ,M . f ew L, ., . ,,.., M.Wf1-f,,p ,,Q,gm,,,,,fas 5, ,G ,,,, ,- A A Q -W-A ,V A Aff: H9328 ,, v f ,, -'em' '::kf3.?mz:s5t:9:A if ,W ,,,7m::wvw, X: lf' fml5ggg?z+gE?f'i?fY fflasg ,fl-1, g?f,5?5iisi5iiQr351f?f5gf'ei3Mf4565w44r,s ' " ' ' ' ' ?H5,w,,f1,-f- Q . ,wg 2 ' , i Qkffmbli Ali QE tg A ' , , h K V' a f 1 L X X, Q., ,N "' S5 22-',:,, 6 W 1, Q ' 2 M ii 'Wm ,, 'P ,. 1' 'I Q 5 , - If .A ' 315.91 - mi,igw,g wwf' N ' 1 f t f zf,,ff:Weff,.:f,- ,NL X: -1 et g,q,2.f,L.5-75:2 r .1 .V ' . J f"' ,ee ,f . f ' t , . , ' lg A f A, I wemssfh- s 7 yfmewtrz A , f ,:1??i??qie, , Y 'Fez Qin? ? ..,, J V, "1 : 1 - ff M t . - M . Y: . J K , , . , . , ' L' 1 1 + 2? L , , 'Q 3, , M ,. 1, , L. , 5 tto,t M. I '92 BJ ,N , ,k 'K 'L , 'Q' f 1- Q f ,V rnk ff Q ,Q 3 f Q ,ml H , 2 1 . X .. . xi ,. 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C woods Arlan - is -- , A . s.l-sill, M. v 1 h 'kk f -'-- , .V -W L A CEM-cog ft of A"" S 5 Za J lcek, Thcmas Coach Waters draws interest from his World Histcry class. Some eatvhile others wait their turn in lunch line. N sk" liffeigmilizvifLfwisriifgs sZiXf5f?s1M,,2n:f FE, Zliigfs, Mei ' fs 111,139 ,-s-'wen - :SJ 5 . W.-lwls . . K . . . ,WSW - -f: .- in I-:-was . 1':,:fz?fvas , 1 - , 'K A f 'li' 3 W if , - A?79'i3,1f' tiff -ff , 53, M955 'W ' 4 I 'EWS 5 155- . A- Viv Alf., ,, ,,.z- ' 'jyjlztlgl' 543' E:','fE5nr51I'.f 113 fmli-'Yyf , ?55-:Bela hi f '- my 551215 'rifiilii' .1J5.Di"'1: T 52' 'if V .L-1E'E1':,.? 2 A ,, ' 1. ' - " 4 -if '14 SL: ' I fer? 'Q-fffh . f 'Wi' msw1mJ,fg, W :way in V ' .- K ' 155 W , ' 1 5 ff ' K -'jk 1 - kt , NC Q -Li ggi 1 4 5y:,:,,.,.,5v . or 1 Q , . it , C f, , i - 4 A if . K - . .L - W WN' :ge - 'f1f'fEgQ '2m5:lg.7liif5 'E Z 55, K ff i f Q -- . o f. 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Brewer, Melvin Brooks, Robert Brown, Edwin Burgess David ff' 9 M -wmv fa z 'X we .,, U I.. , 3 Q? ki jjj, k ,r-- ,Wg , 1 if Z f af freshmen xv nuff Abel, Mickey Jo Albrecht, Edward 'A yi! ttaway, Charles wbrey, Lila Ballard, Kenneth X Bearden, Ray Nell Beckworth, Gary Bell, John Bell, Myrna Berry, Lee Ann Bland, David Brewer, Billy Mr. Poole watches students as they work. eshmen , Carrington, Linda Causey, John i"d Causey, Sharon Cawthon, Claude Lf?om g Crouch, Bob Dawson, Clarawanda Diffie, Sandra Dunagan, Patricia 1 LJJ mag, 'lk -HIL M Q C, 4? di , ' ei! A 1 L fi 1' Echols, Alice Edmondson, Hubert Elliot, Laverne Elliot, Laceme hese Junior High students make the best of heir library period. 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Q , 3, 5 H .I faflfiiaiaar , ff Q amaQMam,'wamw' .Mme lla -wwf, ,flak eg s TQ ,,.. l , V I " I -L ,I J We X. , , . .1,E 5 ' K .g L' Q if V M X ,L,. ii F. 'fikgwgiew l-orris, Linda freshmen Lee, Carolyn Lee, Wally L indsey, Authur Loftis, Carolyn Lucas, Dal e Ma ttnews, Donald Mattnews, Sue Martin, Jimny Maynard, Wanda Mears, Julia Am Mills, Shirley Morrcw, Snarron Everyone works during Mr. McCord's English I cl ass. Meadows, Matt ie Moossy, Victor Philbrick, Joyce l58 freshmen Philbrick, Joyce Prater, Bob Reynolds, James Richey, Sandra W , fre - g. E, x' 5 'Um ?? Qlqszx, 'lm "': , 'i i f as ' , r. . ,1,i iv .V Runnels, Jerry A "' S 2,',fief 4 'W HWS Salter, Shirley - ,:::, , I l 1 S 'f' Shelton, Wm im Shofner, Oliver S A S 0 rlle eleell lll .-:- ima 'lrl ,,Efzfwe- - iw., f gee Sims, Joyce "V", smut, Bob S ,,,,,,,, s Smith, Devon S Snith, Edvard Qr. Slater's desk is messy, but the students work on. Smith, Virginia Stansell , Brenda Stapleton, Martha Stevens , Ronnie fN?' 3' 'wwf 5mmv 'Q' af' if 5 , H.. i ,,. 2 , ..i.: if 19' if 4 .za 'sy gqgyfri u ,M ffl Stitoq, Chill!! aaa Stuart, Tommy o1'N-M maog - up Evv: k .... Tay I O r, Don n 8 Jr me of ,, .W Tucker, Ronald ax 5' SK' Uselton, Kenney Verner, Barbara Waggoner, Sherry Wallace, Nancy Walls, Doris 'Q' Walters, Mark pn-9 Warren, Carolyn Watson, Drue Ann Watson, John Welton, Pat Wood, Margaret warren, Clayton freshmen John Paul Tallent finds cameramen a big smi as he takes time from his work. 'SM J 1 if ,xx oungblood, Patsy Yates, Phillip freshmen fn --we ,", -' 45-Pe-'AF IVOIYY1 l-ee d0eSf"t Seem Content with Q map At least a few people aren't camera hogs. n science class. l Lb Crouch and Mike Mitchell give Kay Grayson me teasing of her life. al len E will nhonest, Mr. Green, I wasn't writing on the board.' Klyflffl class fzzwrifcs John Shepperd Susan Minter "iuv' X... , www gi I f ' President-John Shepperd, Vice President-Wayn g Secretary-Sondra Daniel, Treasurer-Ronald Fo ' Reporter-'C'a'foIyn McFadin,' Farl iamentarian-St flbw Nui M I Z v e Thornton, rmby: eve Lawless J! r . iwliwx f Junior High students e joy recreation room during lunch period. .Xi -. ,M eight x . hx xx xv X X 5 Bmds, Gary Bovdaw, Jane Brewer, Hettie Brooking, Barbara l Brom, Alton Brdpn, Jackie Lynn Dimiaster, Jackie Butler, Jack Barrow, Victor Bailey, Lee Arinder, Sheila Bates, Ann xg slack, sneraey, l Blear., Loretta 1' ,1- 'se' 34 Agzew, Glenn Alexander, Lena ,J M., Allan, William David Applegate, Donald ,sfg ggwaifipi ' . qu? ,tiiilfq -kfh ,1,dll!!I!!Ii? mm., my- if ai v.-i M N wi, ,.f, gt, I - rg at mf f ei S Y? x' v ,f 32, S it .f -- -G. 12 B All ,X E K Q 'K"'1llQh 5 Maur' -- -nee. ,f J . A ,V . -do he--. A . , W W we - If ' .7 f in i t,i,,r B 4 4 Fidig' Ai' ' if ,lee . rl? , - 1 , gm, R, i .,,Vl , .k,,. 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Howard, might Jackson, Deesie Jones, Paula Jordan, Jacqueline lennedy, Bill Kilgore, Ann eighth Knmm, Evelyn Lawless, Steve leverett, lhry Sue Lme, Bruce Loyd, Billy tiene l-'oChesney, Rosenary idiom, Dovie Nt:Fadin, Carolyn v 'hese eighth graders are really studying. eight l V 1 I A L Phillips, Billy Pike, Robert Pathoff, Kay Prazak, Beverly Pri tdiett, Jerry Reynolds, Michael R inehart, Carl Roach, Evuyne Minter, Susan Mitchell, Mike Nbney , Sandra lbore, Rmald ,W-MAAM, ,,': -A1 'A ,,,. .,.,: Y 5 , 5 y Ediiwfil , . ' 5 ,Alfa z A A 3 .., , QQ: W w E ? ef-fffgfm A ,A A . A 1 ,," L T A ,A e gf? .JL i r' se, A, QA -fff,-. -71 521: X f aff: 'Aww f 2 few M Y 9 V 'vifweaifffefira x X :Q ,save wwwsfffasw K i.,, A, A ,,,,i dx AA. fQT27H3?iii2gF1?iE'1i:5A?aflivi '- A5121Y?if::fqrA film - fmsfxgyiz .ALsaAif:vA-:ii 5' .A a 2 ,Qi W, 3, ? be M' 2 if Q M V. , , 1 ,Af P' ee, 'is " 1 W K . x x Z AA A ,Q WQFSA '1f'? es' f 1 , . A A A igvfi ,A f y. 1 A wif f LA, . . , wA,x:"fz,g,A: fs ii. 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Alexander, Latrlcla Applegate, Billy ,i Students turn out for a fire prevention demcnstratim. l Mixed emotions are shown at an exibition in ,he gym. Brisby, Katnryn Jean Brown, Elaine wi 1- XJ' i an if ff s e o it Barr, Micnael 1 if ti? .a- fx, 'Bau9aS. -WGS i I "," of Bemett, Tomny Brener, George n , Q . , . . ' Brown, Joe Brown, Lane Causey, Opal if! Cavett, Dorothy is BYOWFM Ma"9a"et Cockerell, Sylvia Paw Burago, Alla Burgess, Jimmy Junior High students enjoy recreation room during lunch period. B ler, Pau Cowan, Martha Caldwell, Bonnie Cary, Richard Cox, Betty Sue Davis, Johnny Durham Patrncna Featherstone, Sauhdra Wonder what Victor Moosy thought was so funny? Elias, Bn! 9411 gt g? I.. hi, ,L an f..-0-0 . ,m.f ,.'5iTQ ,mu GF gQj, Garner, Homer Gage, Hurshell Eggggwwg 11 aw'eW -. Agwwf Gage, Nelda Sue yi' Egwff 1 fl When, Z .- my , x,.:k 5, wg, ' W G 2 Q Haure, Barbara a a A wyxqg r J .a h gkfq , .L,i:.,, Vg QQ' 1' 5 ' Hancock, Mary Jo a be 5 5 ' fwaww' ,g ,w waggkg Harper, James E51 A G Q G G ij, 5 ,Q sshifkr A N Q WWE'-5. , If O l Q ' O O . U . , Q Lgggwg g ' 4 'Q K ,R i im AHC dz: 1 sz L U15 , ,Q WA, ,N L 1, 'ii A az ' 'I' " 'vp W " Q- F , it ti F . q K . . Jlgllifii evsasvfgsf . g WWMT 5 35,51-M, ..- . W X' Q 3 7529 - iwri Q fl? , 3 -' Q ' K, . Gibbons, Johnny Grammer, Charles Graham, Peggy akmidi? Grayson, Martha . -- G'---. ra' ev' G, - G -, an-".s:.1w1?.'4'.'a'A' H T""i' "5Xmx.fsf!a'f0A4fftx X 0.9. noQOQQi The football game is about over. jxgggg ,,KgLg gm G G a a Harris, Mack S M fi G awww 3 ,, .g Gullett, Diana NWN tar 4. . ' Mgr Hatton, Lee Earl Heaberlln, Sammie . - . ' ' 0 s o Henry , Jimmie Hodges, Glenna Hunter, Lynn J ohnson , Myra HOOt Dannle .jones Cecil Jones, ...S 'um W Jones, Wayland 'mu-... Seventh grade students always work hard on their lessons. Houston, Barbara Kilgore, Linda ML W Huff, sneiia it ' Huggins, Jackie i , JI lx K A Kirk, Al ish Knight, Jane "' . A 1 ----r . 1 ""9"m MM' Lacy, Linda LaFern ey, Ann Lamb, Linda Lindsey , Pats ew,-we 'T ii Y Koon, Linda Krahmer, Jon , ,W ,, N ,md . fwmwwwQEWW3Memm ,-'- 'I " " ' 1' fifsifi H :een L,-..f, 2 - 4 ' i -. ..,. 1 K - 'lxiiv f' , 1 f A' M , V . 1:2 , , ',-g McCourt, Diane iiie eeee 'I . , , I , f fe f 'F fi ificifinerter, Siiriey Q, N, K H7 - 25? Mayer, Rick is the cafeteria for eating or for studying and Qossiping? Long, Ei bert Loveiady, Elaine I Mears, Gerald Mwsong Carol Ann lv Meadow, Lavon viii 1,1 , v W9 61009 ' Midcler, Linda Milsap, Sharm Y gg 1? WF!" , 511 J , ,, 3 Norris, George 0'Brie1, Joe Jmn ,,,:1? r f ff, 'A ff nk.. 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H UB UU U GP UK KB OOI'Q Quick CDOINPGHIQ 300 BROADWAY TELEPHONE 2355 ' GLADEWATER, TEXAS Service Hardware Phone 2606 GLADEWATER, TEXAS DILLARD FEED STORE Beauty Nook MARY ST DIAL 7704 2 McWllllams Compliments Of Johnson News The Rutz Pharmacy PROFFSSIONAL SERVICE W I ' "Beauty is Our Business' O I nYour Complete Home Furnishersu Phone 6Il Ill N M ' 1'l'd "1 'I I Compliments Of Craig s Humble Station CORNER OF MAIN AND UPSHUR PHONE 23.59 Compliments of Compl ents pl e s Steak House Economy Machine SEE YOU AT THE At your service Green Hut, N-,A REDDY rea cheap ' Ella ,.-- Rf 9' u every N A of eetr KILOWATT, your friendly ' erv , 's wa give you efficient an electricity. a y to , to help wi school program. 'f "'1'-f"7--- -4-7 'UIITIIIYISITRN ASAND IIITRIAY HMPANY GLADEWATEH' S FINEST Q I Q i V J.C.Penney Company I Cam Com im nt of s 9 3 lcucs antialys I 4 dy to d tv H s ed o th I f fl I 4 3' 5' Z 6' f 7 Z' l8ll T 5551151229513:2:::3:::1:i:2:i:"A A'A:f:'v'vAfzizitltfriziziziik Flowers for All Occasions O , Pmelcmd Motors cqcfanu QfOcUsz Aofz in-5, +L: ' . We Wire Flowers I , Authorized Ford Dealer P.0. Box H66 -1- Phone 2l55-2l56 215 N. Dean . . . Glcdewater, Texas GI de te Te a a wa r, x s Mas, B. F. ADAMS DIAL 2616 ' I , C Bear s Paradise Hiway 80 West Phone 2498 Grocery 81 Market Gladewater, Texas 500 SOUTH TYLER ROAD OPEN SEVEN DAYS A WEEK Evlyn Wilson DIIL 2469 Compliments Of Lee Perry Owner fe 252 75? Ad! WSEQE MMD iw ,gg 'ff 591 g 5 raw ww- fm? W Kelleher Insurance E F JA is or Sr! A55 Agency MW Any thing worth owning ,rl.'l f '1vfr'l" l'roi 1 1, A . 'S WOW' "'SU'i"9 lg f .Lift rlell l rls r Ei lll lf Yrls Corn er Pacific 6 Cen ter - Phone 2356 I.- .s A ssls SQ X' k'hh Y s 'A L . . Perry S Clr er OP UI er s upp y o. 1 5 1 ' , ' 2i":"':w w en- , ,, Q 1.5, L, 2' N W l i f Tl i ' -'TTT ' - A' A f ,L q 'W 1 L ,- . 4 57 V , ' ,. 5, K N, Af 71" ',5.,,7-V - S -i Zi'57',j,,I'f- mff- ffl:j,,,12f.?'WLQ'r 'ffm , L A-wlwalw , . , ifim 1 A 1' ' - i . H Q, . ,L ,l,l , .. ,,.. l, ,,, ,. .V , , , . Q-Mresw Q- , ls .Q ff. . .Q-:sf ff , - 5111 W sm-- Us , - qs, ' . ,,r ..,, 'sfwm V an e J, ,..,. ,, ,M ,l 4 , , ,,. .V Q, ,, , I. , - z.:w:1fz:',:. - ' Q , efcizff K, ' I - l?2giiZZ?ffG,,i11. ' ge ,l we 'E i f wir' 1 .f 1949 -.Jw 'I f- ' wfff g. I 2: 7' . "K 714 F?" fx A, 1 ' Q A-lr' new X ffiegliz f l , gm '15,--,'. , fum.. . . nhl, H My- .W -is, , 1-ff .11- mfg ,,,sWgww. l Q ' - 1-rf an fag ',Mfigl:5,g3,'.Agg" I . ,f fl g . 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A X 1 L f M 522 , l ffsiffffih 5' ,Q 3 , zz A xx -nf fd' M: Hi r A-jx? if V 'uf' 1 Rl K' s N 'W L McKa1g Chevrolet Company TELEPHONE 2132 Broadway Garage QW Fwd! mam' LONGVIEW HWY ART TALLANT OWNER COMPLEFE GARAGE AND BODY SERVICE 713 W Upshor Phone 2456 i e Longview H gh ay Pho e 2293 Chamber of Commerce Shepperd s Cleaners 1 4 1 f W' Li I i V V ' Y . -, 1 n 1 H X i I GLADEWATER 1 I I Education and Community Service March o ether : Glad water, Texas ' i w n I ' Q 295 M i Di I 646 J 0 Wlllloms Ponhoc Co edway ks Complete Automotive Service Bo Phone 2222 S 81 W REPAIR SHOP Waggoner Cleaners Complete power mower 8. aur cooler engxnes Leon repau rs parts 8. service PHONE 5231 Longview Highway We Do Appreciate Your Busuness GLADEWATER TFXAS WHITES SUPER SERVICE J P RADNEY 0 NER Texaco and Firestone Products Mann and Pacnflc Gladewater Texas I Western Auto Store Phon e 2648 GLADEWATER TEXAS Gladewater's newest and most modern MOTEL GLADE Flowers by PERKINS PHONE 2574 GLADEWATER TEXAS 0 o 0 0 0 . . Q C , P.0. X ll8ll- 0 0 A . , W V 1 7 Fisher's Barber Shop WHERE CLIPPING ISN'T A PENALTY 717 North Main on Gilmer HiWay. Compliments Of Lee's Butcxne K.S.I.J Gladewater, Texas East Texas' Number One Country Music Statign Compliments Of ReevSi Magnolia Service Station zu noun seizvi-cs GLADEWA??vrTEXAS PHONE 2534 h A 'Q , Y 1 i ii ll V 5 , IOOO W DAY i iiei f i"'i ' ' . wwwi. f"' ' u f- 1 V K R K k..k ?v3S'f,fwW"' fl Jobe's Ballard Drug Co S 2577 d Childs Food Store Cooper Insurance Agency Complete INSURANCE Protectxol 106 W Pac fxc DIAI 2402 I ILAUNDRY 81 CLEANER W annum nm non me Y ELAUEWMER TEXAS Duke s Ojfce Supply Suche B Shope d O l00 . Mai Phone Gla ew t T O Gladewater, Texas u ' 1 . i ' . Bd y 8- P 'f' Dia 2546 - Q N w , v x e -ez- WYCHE DRUG 451' 41 mf E 2 2 E. M. WYCHE, Owner I i I N A Z t I Compliment , ' 1 of a e St, -:- Phone C G1 t T Holcombe House d FIRST STATE BANK THE BAIIK OF PERSJNIL SERVICE MEM ERP D I C lFede Jack Long Motors GL DEW SOUTH DEAN STREET GLADEWATER TEXAS HEATH S AUTOMOTIVE Auro Pants Ts EQUIPMENT Msncumr ournomm morons 4 S UTH TYLER Gmnzwnrsn 'nzxns Phone 2560 GI t T I . I GI ldeblltef, Tell! B . . . . nl Reserve 1 M li: MR. Ann Mas. nuunv smnrrus owusns A A , s 9' F-Hou: 2 I PHONE 2255 32 O ST. B0 PETE MCKAIN MOTORS 'gwefptz vsjngibypodge Q A so4w upmff 'Hfvy fd Q 1+ if . ' i GLADEWATER, TEXAS N 4 t IX iiiiilllil f iz 'fr ?'P4p"'7"' if A ' ETP'NkKAUi Tdophono 2259 W. . h VANS VARIETY sroizs lnnlng onors PHONE W in comfortable, W HERE mop modern livlng natural gas service Finney Brothers Sh p 5324 S 2658 I I Sport and W t gf l26 outh Maf St t I Phone Hammond's Texaco Service 'Smiling Service' FIRESTONE TIRES 8 BATTERIES TEXACO PRGDUCTS Phone 2557 Corner M and Upshuf Gladewater, Texas Road Service mix cum: P1-tom: 2501-L. D. 1 w. E MI'l'CHBI.L I N in Phono seaw Gilm Nob Ph 015 6106 vein C8iM Pipe Pulling Company POBoxl246 GLADEWATER TEXAS Walker s Sinclair Service B MOORE Furniture Company F Goodrich Stores 0 12 Shamrock Cafe and Drive Inn Specialize m P1t Bar B Q Beef Pork and Ribs and the Best of Cu b Service We t on Hmaw 80 Gray s Grocery ancl Market FANCY MEATS FREE DELIVERY DIAI 2562 l92 Shnpps Garage an Service Station Phoeglqg Longie Hi y tCl k all 8 . , I. tg gr 1 l 000 I O O , O O I Goodyear Tires, Tubes, and atteries . Sinclair Products - Upsh ure and Dean Phone 2680 ll5 South Dean Phone 23W Giadewater, Texas omp imenfs of O B 0 . . We . . . .Q I , ' ' r .T ' Si . Y 'V l 5 W. Comme Dia 652 7 P n v' w 'wa a ar sv' DIX CLEANERS REFRIGERATED FUR STORAGE D1ck Hunmcutt Dlal 2512 Box 622 224 W Pacxfxc Gladewater Texas Post Offxce Block if SPENCER HHRRIS HIHCHIHE 8 Tlllll CUIHPHHU POST OFFICE BOX 471 GLADEWATEB af TEXAS shop, mated ,,, adewater Tex nol Arkansas Salem GLADEWATER Compl .ments of DAILY MIRROR Hall Lumber and Maternal Co Corner Dean and Glade Sts GLADEWATER TEXAS Telephone 2235 GLADEWATER TEXAS CLUB BARBER SHOP Bozman s COMPLETE DEPENDABLE SERVICE BLACKSMITH AND WELDING SHOP J. D. BOZMAN, owner Route 2, Bozman's Corner Phone 4552 108 WEST PACIFIC R . M. HOUSER Gladewater, Texas FuL.Lv msunzo GLADEWATER, TEXAS ,J .Agra R 1 jf 5 5 ' Y Rx Y N GI , as Mag ia, , Illinois O I I7 ! 1 Darr Equipment Co CATERPILLAR COMPLETE MUSIC ERVICE DALLAS WICHITA FALLS PL 8-4512 ZUSN C i GLADEWATER LONGVIEW TEXAS 04 4. The F1rst State Bank Gladewater Texas Compliments Of CARL BRUCE REAL ESTATE plle COMPLIMENTS OF A Cond Stoner's Grocery Wells Plumbing 8a lr I ' M 5 S l 1 ll Phone crza . en er '. I ll Q Ja A funnuluowmunw 8 ' G90 O MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATlON 9 Y "The Best lnvestment On Earth ls The Earth Itself." Com 'm nts O I 1 l9ll T l ATUM , T. E. Mercer Team and Trucking Contractor Box 871 Longview, Texas STCDNEGDAKE Funeral Home Fastest Service In Town 520 W.Quitman Phone 2213 Hightower Credit Jewlers G ft l02 S 303 ealemcm pam!! State Davidson Iron and Metal Co STRUCTURAL STEEL AND ANGLE IRON ALL SIZES SUCKER RODS LONGVIEW HIGHWAY 2f59245 l s F t F' t ' ' GI T GI t T ' Ph I 1 l 1 O I Ph 2II2 M b'I Ph D "d D 'd ,K v .T V. TH' S' T xl A A ' I 1: , J 41 5 1 'f .1 W T ' v 3 N , , ' A -2 l 'X I - 1 I X I ' X x T T WARD srumo 1 ' , , . : , X5 . A ' 4 . ' ' I E ,. sf XI ,. , . s, x , ' 1 - . 'TTOTT SHOP A T Commercial Photography Portraits fx ' 1'xoTs Thru TEENS' l',Iz.fl j cnadewaten Texas Gladewater Texas ' Phone 543i K? . . . N X3 . , lv Exclusively Yours Th Vogu Earp s Grocery and Market The Best Meats In Town GLADEWATER TEXAS We Deliver 21 East Qultman Phone 252i STCKES FUNERAL HQME Day and Night Ambulance Service l96 I X X' fl ' xx I x x 3 1' x T2 by ul' 'l I 1 J lx XX, I X I XX CI X X ' , ly ,. 1 T 3 X nl! . X J l gnT v X ITP , J l N -J' 7 Magneto Sales 8g Service Compl :men ts of Compliments RICHARDS DRIVE-IN Gilmer Highway WACKER'S 5c to ss STORE NELSON MOTOR CQ. YOUR DOLLAR BUYS MORE AT YOUR ' WACKER STOREY, You will never get better S PHON E 2345 GLADEWATER- TEXAS Gladewater, Texas sflff IA UNSUIANCE J. A. BROWNING sox 1346 PHONE: 2477 GLADEWATER, 'rEx. STATE FARM INSURANCE COMPANIES BLOOMINGTON, ILLINOIS - Y Qx 13 X.- W Q W u X is ik? ,Xu Qi 3 mg si N al X is ii A fx aux' Q iv it iii is l98 general index Administration Superintendent Principal Administration Division Page Administration Assistants Sam Slayden Roy Johnson Jim Jones Advertising Division Page Ads Agriculture Building Annual CIUD Art Club Astronomy Club Athletics Division Page Band Baseball Basketball Basketball Club Basketball Sweetheart Bear Stadium Bear Facts Bear's Tale Better English Club Board of Education Buildings Bus Barn Bus Drivers Cafeteria Workers Choir Choir Sweetheart Class Title Page Cub Basketball Cub Cheerleaders Cub Sweetheart Cub Track Custodians D.E. Club Drama Club Editor's Note Eighth Grade Eighth Grade Favorites Eighth Grade Officers Farm and Ranch Club Favorites Features Fine Arts Building Football Football Sweetheart Freshman Class Freshman Favorites Freshman Officers Future Farmers Future Homemakers Future Teachers Golf Gymnasium Halloween Queen History club Junior Classical League . 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