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

 - Class of 1961

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'K ah afgng 552 .8 N if .ali JA W I Wx 5 im-.. 5. ':1a:".ug f3'Z'n43:?..' f' 'Fa L U K ' 1 'ff-.giqlwfw I k Q 'al-, ,X , 'Rm - , . ' :fg:vm9 . pg Wfrrmlhnf 161' if x, in gfyn L 45' qt 'Z 23 " 'U- n.,wu...u.,fx,.sz..4..:4.g qzG.zwd.,.44,1,s4mz r sus or CONTENTS ADMINISTRATION . . . . 4-ll ACTIVITIES .... . I2-3l SPORTS ........... . . 32-49 ORGANIZATIONS ........ . . . 50-69 SENIOR HIGH FAVORITES .... . . . 70-87 JUNIOR HIGH FAVORITES .... . . 88-IOI SENIOR HIGH CLASSES .... .... I 02-I25 JUNIOR HIGH CLASSES .... . . .. I26-I47 ADVERTISMENTS ...... .... I 48-I65 GENERAL INDEX . . .. .... I66-I67 V i EDITOR'S NOTE I l The staff and I present to you, the student body and fac- ulty the I960-bl Bear's Tale. We hope that through this book of memories you will recall the pleasures of your high school years. This annual is not dedicated to any one person, but to the hopes and dreams of everyone in GHS. It is dedicated to those who have made it what it is, both students and teachers. For his expert counseling and his patient help we thank our sponsor, Mr. Jimmy Rowe. Without his help we could not have produced this annual. A I There was a rule ofthe "Name the Bear" contest that no member of any publication staff could enter the contest. We would like to verify that Mike Cannon was not a mem- of the Bear's Tale staff at the time he won the contest, but several weeks later ioined us. With our sincere wish that you will enioy and cherish this annual, we bring to you the l960-6I!Bear's Tale. Sincerely, BN'-M llbbw-vvu.L px " T' "!' V Aaour oun THEME Your annual staff has selected Mr. G. as the theme of the l960-6l annual. We feel that he is appropriate because he protrays GHS school spirit in the form of its mascot. The big brown bear's full name is Girard H . Smythe. No, he isn't real, but a paper mache' and brown cotton representation ofa mischievous bear named Yogi Bear . The editor and assistant editor wrote the Hanna-Barbera Company to get permission to copy Yogi. We would like to thank them for their co-operation . He received his name through a "Name The Bear" contest which was sponsored by your annual staff. The winning name was picked from the many names submitted by the student body. Mike Cannon, who gave the winning name, will receive a free annual. There were so many good names given that it was a hard choice and we sincerely regret that all whoentered couldn'twin . The staff wishes to thank the student body for their support and sugges- tions. Mr. G. has been present at some of our pep rallies and has represented the school mascot at ou I' Homecoming Game. Throughout the l960-6l Bear's Tale, pictures ofhim are used on the division pages. The staff has tried to capture Mr. G. going to school as the average GHS student. We have gotten pictures of him in classroom activities to show this. Mr. G. is used throughout the annual to add interest to the many important things that have happened in this year of l960-6l . l l l 9 o J l T T fi 'A w l i f' - K l f i 'fs Q ' N fl' f 5-'jf gm 5 '- -me , .'V' fi . l C O NTEST 2- l l l l l l l l l l l l 1 The mascot for the i960-6l school year has been Mr. G., our Bear. ln a contest ' early in the year Mr. G's official name l l was chosen by your Annual staff tobe Girard H. Smythe. The winner of the contest was Mike Cannon, a Senior, who got a free Bears's Tale . WWE FR T WJ I RPM 4 1 Vw I - J I Nj! L I Wy mil!! X4 dt YW 'W , if ,W A f J 59' ' L' 1 HMM f QE' 'M ' J Vat if M f GJ QV' 1. Jw 'JW gy ftfl' A M! A J Vygb WJ X1 yr LZ! MJ WM ,W Wy if i , g ,L L fb xx 7 xfJ'f7mVl QL' My 1 1-'ffwi - M1- ..,,,,,, .1 - w.1."l K S I ,wswgx ,QV ..1 School Board from left to right: Dr. Harold LeBus, W. E. Mitchell Jr Mr Dean Victory, Dr. Walter Henry, Mr. Jack Harrell, Mr. Archa Branum, Mr Dewey Gray James T . Ogg SCHOOL BOARD TO THE STUDENT BODY The l960-6l School Board composed of Mr. Dean Victory, Dr. Harold LeBus, Dr. Walter Henry, W.E. Mitchell Jr., Mr. Archa Branum, Mr . Jack Harrell, and myselfaie very proud of our youth, we think they are the cream of the crop, and we wish them all the success in the world . We are also very proud and grat- eful for our teachers and adminis- trators and for the sacrifices they make on behalf of the boys and girlsat Gladewater Junior-Senior High School. Yours very truly, Mr. Dewey Gray PRESIDENT Superintendent , James T . Ogg Principal Roy Johnson Administative Assistant .lim Jones . I I f 'Q Qi 1 Audas, Donald Aycock, Enld B.S. M.A. P.E., Health, Sports English, Latin ,Boenl:er, Ruby B . A . Engl Ish Cox, Davld B.A., M.A., Civics, Am. Hist. Dean, Billy B. S. Pl. Geo., Tennisl Tj : -2 , 1 .Az ,X-wifi fr L A we '. If . sam p-R. M in ' l fu Y 19' ,D f , 3 4 Q M with ff ff, fw ,- 4 'E f sf we t R. x A ' f ww M gm mtg, G X A 8 Goode, Rlchara B.S. Social Studles Brown, Beatrlce M .S . Languqe Arts Q1 Bennett, Ken M.A. U1oIr Brown, Roy B .A . Speech FACU LTY Dawson, C.W. M.A. Spmlsh, Joumalism .X 4 . 1 535? - .- Le T! ig .- ,, Y w , 1. . Harrlson, Guy M . A . Drlvers Education, Sports ,I Easterly, Mabel M . E . Language Arts Holllman, Blll M.A. Bl0l09Yr Sports, Drivers Ekiucatlon 3' .,. 5 1: pn, .A . ft Bennett, Sue M .A . Reading Campbell, Lella M.A. Librarian ay, 'f roy., F 'QA I W ' 1 'Q , ' , S N s Dailey, Jorrlne B . S. Homemaking Q l Gallien, Jack M. S. Social Studies ff Q Ii' l.l' ,I ,L ,, M, K l b, Johnson, Ruby B. S. Ifhy. Ed. fy kill, Sports 1 A Noble, Bllly il.M., M.A. wldfld 1' ' fa: sz., if W?" f , 1- ' f KW. . K - 'B A .gary-blgf, 1 T- , 3 4 Q 1 ' H f 5 l'ynes, Jessie Mae WED. 'lomemaking Slater, B. '. . B.A. Chem . , Phyif: V if v,k- J 5 l f V 5 King, Paul l.S. r.E., M.-:hy Sports IQ A Parrish, Grady M. ED. Mechanical Drawing Math, Wood Rowe, Jimmy B. S. Photo., Printing Speir, J. Crosby M.S. Shop, Science, Math vi . r' ,W , r Q ,, , 3 'e. Y M f Q .KI Waters, Bll I B . S . World History Q Lyle, John B.A. General Science, Biology, Spa,-1, I r i i Pennlngton, EC. M .ED . Typing. Secrefarlal Training Shaud, Marjorie I .S . English Williams, Herman M .A . Agriculture McCord, J.H. M.S. ' ,English f Poole, ,lerfy n 0 Q. M.F.A. Ari' , 'S Q fm iii Y mg, Ip Serzler, Frank M. Ed. Algebra, Trig. Traughber, J. B.S. Librarian 'Vu J 14 M" A X , Williams, Mary B.A. Math 9 1 Office Personnel Clyde Iglensky Sam, Slaydon Counselor Assistant Principal fs" W . ' f i 4 W Nh. Stmsell Mrs. King Registrar Secretary' to Principal Hqzel ponder Raydell Goggans Dawn Nelson gqokkeeper Secretary to Superlnhndent Secretary to Adm . Asst s F! 1' r Q Mrs. Grayson and Mrs. Elliott are our cafeteria workers. Mrs. Bland is. Eio' Wooley i ietty Smith not P' Ciured ' Transportation tl'-lfse Supervisor The Bus Fleet stodians: First row: Kenny ge, A. B. Rose, E. O. oley, Reed Gaston, Munroe yberry, Roland Duncan, imen Cowan, Frank Hawkins, ,sie Warren, Howard Dunagan, -el Smith, and Dave Roberts. SPECIAL WORKERS Wiliis Irvin Minnie Hampton B0Y'5 Cl-'sfodian Girl's Custodian Roland Duncan Nightwatctnman CCETW DEP RA LY Q, L X. .9 4 1 W WW NW W ' , ZZZMZYMMM Z T U V5 S low. !izfafz,a-4 444020. 7,44 ,ow-if-iff Wulf 'ffQ'M',gi2,,,.0 12 QQ, 4.644 2 ::gi'1 , ri 'Ve Q Mr. Setzler, Mr. Nobles, and Mr Holliman get their classrooms ready. Mlr. Cox tells his class about Students of Gladewater High receive American History. their schedule cards to begin the year. Dwight Howard and classmates Susan Minter and hefffellow cheerleaders leave the bus to start a new year at display Gladewaterls spirit For the GHS. Duncanville . . r flzf i tm Mr. Dunagan and his companions carry X books to the various classrooms before school starts. Don Rice and his friends discuss their homework . Mr. Gallien tells Ron Robuck, a. lost seventh-grader, where Miss Easterly's room is. -K L j A-. T2 Max Copeland and John Causeyore among Crouch Wllluam Hatton, Johnny Gab G ry Beckworth guards whsle Bob Crouch the happy students that leave for a holiday bons, and the other Bears come onto The ns fora touchdown during the Ducanvllle after two days of school fre d 0 game Allen Perry, Linda Norris Gloria Mc- Minn, Kath- erine King, and Donnie Brown place their entries in the box. l a IW f WJ at Welton, Donna lenna Rush are among that bought tickets b l foot a I game. , As OCTOBER begins: "Smile pretty," says the photographer to Gfumfel Hfmfff LUVOY1 Mevdows, and Members of the seventh grade take the Doris Holland as she has her school picture LarrYNIXon don lsgem to be W0""Y'n9 V?"Y Iowa test of Educational Development. made. much as Mr. Williams PC5565 QU' lst- 5'X' weeks report cards . ,P 'P x '-ff-101 Gretchen Preston, Sharon Milsap, La Rue Mr. Brown listens to Carol Ann Meason, Willie Hagan and Jerry Daniels try to get Williams, and Patricia Mc.lilton begin a Melvin Freeland, and Mattie Meadows past the Mineola block to get ,to the ball- yell at a Cub football game. tryout for the Crimson Masque Players. Currier- , - is as 5 ft 6 fr , ' ' ryv X r V? F is , Z",:97.1Sf ,W Qt. 1 m e t .ss l The G.H.S. studentsenioy the reception Myrna Bell gnd Mr, lglgfgklf discuss A Naval officer discusses a future in the given by the Mineola students before our My,-na'5 Choice gf College. Navy with senior boys. first district game . re- , ll fi? ' L6 ff' fl' va ts , , W , , ga H Lurlene Driskill and Barbara Carrington seem to be discussing a problem while Ann Bates , Leon Strickland, .lock Butler, and Ronnie Moore listen to a favorite record. The Future Homemakers of Ameruca officers Nancy Hasley, Poi Youngblood, and pose for on Informal pncture at a meeting Carolyn McFodin Guthrie ore served P 1 refreshmentsat the FHA Invitation Tea 1 An annual contest held around GHS determines which duchess from the nrades 7-l.2 will become Halloween Queen This is determined from the am: nt of money each grade makes from the sole of Camival tickets and o1"wr prolocts Seated this year on the Queen's chair was Senior 333 5 V I h Finall , after many weeks of waiting, Myrna Bell looks solemn as she gets W ile Mr. Setzler grades papers, Y Evelyn Foster, Gwendolyn Sharp, Den, Max Copeland's dream ofthe Thanks- her cop and gown pictures taken. nis Pierce, and Jerry Daniel's take glvlng Holiduvs Comes true' their second Six-Weeks Test. kk 'he Senior High Cheerleaders, Susan Min- 'er,Clarawanda Dawson, Brenda Stansell, Gloria Ray, Jerri White and Sheron Trawick, :tand at pep rally and sing the alma mater. The ball goes abounding in the Carth- The GHS Bgnd prepares fc 90 on the U9e'GlGdeWCle" gclme' - Field at the Maching Contest in Pine Tree where they receiveda first place gg. ff A y , so my - -'ferr S1 l arol Meason, Lee Earl Hatton, and Mr. Johnson and Mr. Slaydon supervise d Smith hold the First Place trophy a coke break given by Mr. Nobel for hat the GHS Band received at the the band. Gilmer Yamboree marching contest. Mack Harris and,David Holcombe take, time out from managing the Glodewater High School Football team, to pose for a picture. As December begins: Ciretdten Preston listens to a lecture Mrs. Pynes QWUYB the class on 'Huw not to oookl' is ssing for the "birdie" at the Tex . ..gh School Press Association Conver tion dance are: Clarwanda Dawsoi Elaine McMullen, Laverne Elliot Sherry Waggoner, Betty Cheshire, Jn. Rotramel, and Beverly Prazak. Denton, Texas. Jim Chamberlain, Sherry Waggoner, and Betty Cheshire have an after dm ner discussion at the Texas High School Press Association Convention held in V ,s , y , 3 T 'bm The Bear'sTale staff andthe Bear Facts stattattended a meeting in the beautitul Mrs. Pynes checks the time left as the auditorium at TWU in Denton, where they learned many new and useful ideas Senior girls take the Betty Crocker to put to use on their annuals and papers for this year. H0mBl'l1Ukin9 Test- David Holcombe, Willie Hagan, Anita Higgs, Max Copeland, Victor Moossy, and Earl Jones col lect Christmas baskets for the needy. -Q Q if I Q. .-, .ifiwwr jig, K jg? ,t as IF get 4... '. , ' A Aft" li M, T fligb , 1' -" -. W 1 Pin 1. ' . . A- .Q - .V fi .2,gQfv,4 f at A T Q S ssei A A ? t?i.?:!F ' 7! ' r YV' Q Y --,' ' , ' 'A't'1W - P 5 ' fs kfif- f ' T ,Q-T - is V: ra" Ml! 2 -5 f 'iz my " ' ,., V 'yr ' ' X sv i-if sl -A .r wi. I 'f' f e srii P if if 7' 1-T eff . v f ' ', g ,wt - . ji 5 A 'fig W! Ll xg gf. j ' A f ' at elti Arte. g T , . X, N W-We , ,ll, M '--if L ., . . , , , , ., 5. K ll 3- -Q llll 'Ai 1 -1--un-nu u---1-1 : The Gladewater Public Schools entered this float in the l96O Christmas Parade lcompetition and won first place. This parade, the first to be held at night, was greeted enthusiastically. 5 x f , - 1 --nun' V 5, Q 2,2 AEE X. as fd? W f"kfg 'S W 1-V7 , . 'fy 4 E? jf 5' A , , X., ,JK LM. ,M ki-1592 hi - 1' ' - f flmfiggLf:::j:'LjQ',g.5a4gi..ii?f' ,, ,- gf? ' fit Q., 'Ja e 4. 16 J-W, , : l QL 5 SL Vi 3:21. Ur kv H em V kv,n-'f 'IH' 5 xi ' K H ,eg Aff , 2' I W - vw 1 5 I K E 5 A 2 ..' As January begin? 1 Whoopsl Richard Atchley hits the ground with a 'thud" as Davld Holcombe stands back and laughs. Cannell Hammond dances on the RTV television Linda Norris, Barbara Massey, Cheryl station at Tyler for the March of Dimes. Hunt, and Gretchen Preston seem to be enioying the cold January weather :luring lunch . Something seems to be pretty funny to these Homemaking girls. Maybe their cookies are burning. William Hatton play defense in the Mineola. P 221 makes a sharp pivet to Nater game at , t, v fx: WA I ' 1 'pf X to W i ' , , MP' tn the fourth hour art annual class, Sherry Waggoner, Betty Cheshire, Colleen Dennis, Eldene Lane, Don Beason and David "Bones" Burgess work on drawings for this years annual. g Jerri White performs an acrobatic feat with fellow gym student. L 1 Wesley Cuusey, Judifh Thomas, Donald Bobo holds a container that catches the water that' Brown, and Gloria McMinn abserve the is PUmPed from -l0l1n"'Y5PGfl'5l9YC'fell0W'ClU55mUl'et bulletin board showing the new books in the library. ,srl l i 1 Mrs. Stansell and Mrs. King keep the Phillip Yates flips through his books tv PUYSY HOUSE Puls the final f0UCl1eS On office routine running smoothly. 997 l0l'l'l0l'f0W'S 055l9f'lmel'l'f5- H0memUkl'l9 m0neY'mUkln9 Pmlecf- :S Jerry .limmerson tells Evelyn Houston Homemokingghls RayN,H fl-wir In-md Y 'he 507' 5 055'9n'f'ef'l' 'fl B'0l09Y- at baby-sitting. 'Tho hanomaklrq a guest with Hmm for Pho +454 fix Miss Pondefdemonslfqfeslhe aff ofusing Mr. Johnson makes one of the first The Barber Shop guortet sings forthe an lBM Posting machine - generous contributions to the March of Student Body at on assembly. Dimes. As FEBRUARY begins: Many students go to the recreation hall during their lunch period to keep the time from becoming too monotonus by Walchlng television. Seniors Sherry Waggener, Ed Smith, Mr. Pennington's typing class and "Hootie" Edmondson polish QT-Bird typing test for accuracy. trying to earn money for their Senior Trip. I yt, '.. fe L,-., ,. 'N WN , kr -c.. pm- :--+,gQ,,,Avr ..4!5 Ml' 3 2:'.'::i.xik -.QL , Tone Strong completes his project ln his electricity class. June Rotramel and Beverly Prazak do Mr. Slaydon runs a reel for the takes a five-minute student body during a neat iob painting the background for an assembly. This film concerned safe driving, which ' ' Po the East Texas Review. was sponsored by the Highway rtol . Z. - We 5' RQ K iff' S vcs' 5 ins-s,-1 . "f ' ' , 1 rs -HL? 1 ,I - ' ' Q at s L V' A sf- : 1 F-ZIJU ffl: , ,W t A .. wi. 1 'WTS J X' if Er . Q Y-4 it .K K 9 Q W Vega . . -ft Q Q , W 1. fr. gl. X A if aff i".e -' W Ev, , ' i i s EQ fit lr S ,, s ,f s., 5, . 5- f ' 4 - r If 9' ' t f T 3. ' 1? 2 - ' -. 7, , g-.tu t' i TYIUOHOIIIBYTY seems to be taking these students, lnst- ead of these students taking trigonometry. I Mr. Rowe snapped a picture of Claude Cowthon, sunapping a picture of She Waggener as she reluctantly holds the print shop's pet mouse mascot, Rover. Avi? . 1 fx., V' .f . i- xv: in . PEZ Q ',,, J . -W , , Q. 1 Q .. 5 '15, ,. Ya L .6 t wg W Y' wi E ,L L Kg I ,A Q, .Mi lf +. 5? X. LW? As January begins: Max Copeland demonstrateshls weight-lifting ability to Ronnie Moore at Open House . At long last, the Juniors meet in the cafeteria to order their Senior rings. KA , ff S if ,- sep 19.11 , On March 8, College Day at G. H. S., participating members of Stephen F. Austin, Kilgore, North Texas State, and East Texas State Colleges, met and tlaked to the Junior and Senior Classes in separate meetings. These men were ourguests for lunch in our cafeteria . Jerry Daniels hammers down the blocks on lane Zfor Ronnie Robertson's starting run in the winning 440 yard relay in Pine Tree. ' ' ' i s .- V, -JI' 511.361 ,M tl' ' f , "'fSL,,,.igH ,sl fv4.5"t"Y i in in eef J.. 'Qi NJ F '-fri .f offs' 'mit 145, if Lee Ann Berry, I960-6l Secretary of the Student Council, and Mark Walters, President, call roll For the election of the I96l-62 officers of the Student Council. I rm ,KV ,am Q K 'I if , , .. ini f ' ' le M s l " ' is ' i 'H 'i fi QQ' ff-i I I V it ' sit 5 'I A -- -gf' Y - C' as , KIJV Y V 9' 1 1 L Xxx J Coming uptothemicro eto establish votes for the runni candidates are members of vario erooms: John Bates, Mike R yn s, and Leon After collecting all the votes, the tabulators: Lee Ann Berry, Clarwanda Dawson, Sue Matthews, and Elaine McMullen, addthe votes to accurately Lee Ann Berry changesthe votes at the Student Council Elections. ' Strickland. predict the winners. lL Glddln95 Hl9l'l 5Cl100l Glolf honored Glddewvter The couple who entertained fora "Dutch A sporting event, volley ball, is played by second their SDn9S of Qredf iniereii- Treat Show" were from Holland. hour girls' p.e. and fourth hour girls' p.e. for the entertainment of the st ent body. i lNeva Newkirk, a Future Teacher, reads to her class Still working on this years annual are Phillip Yates, 'A representative from North Texas in elementary school on the daythat the senior Future Claude Cawthon, Alvie Nicholas, and John Causey. State C0lle9e in Denionf hands out 'Teachers taught in all the elementary schools. information fo smile of llie Senlofs who are Interested In going to North Texas next term . r l . ' - Badminton is another sport Mrs. Johnson has the girls Mr. Slaydon helps Clayton ,Warren figure out his credit standing for the years he has been 'n Glade ' participate in. water High School. 1 A5 APVH be9l"5 Mrs. Stansell measures Betty Cheshire's David Burgessiust begins to heave the shot- lhttle Mclilton dltnonltrtltdi her ublllty GI cheer- heightasBetty'stwin, Bertha measures her put over the line which won him second 1 ledder lhbwh by her as cheerleader for head forher cap and gown soon to be worn place at the Pine Tree Track Meet which the fouffh year. down the isle on graduation night, May 29. enabled him to go to Regional Meet at Denton, Texas. Theseboysareacemedyteam associated ,Mr. GalIlen's seventh grade Texas History students take a test. These' with the East Texas State College at students are the only ones to receive such special privileges while taklng Commercewhlch entertained the student tests. body recently. 1 A tennis Instructor shows tennis students the rlght y to serve at the Tennis Mr- Bennell 'sts his Choir Students fake U Meet held In fhg Bgy'5 Gym, break for the camera. , x Melvyn doesn't behave himself, Mr. Noble will These senlorstudentsrecelvelrecognltlon trom the National Honor society hlm back to third seat. because of their havlng an eighty-seven per cent or above awnge during 'he past that years. WIVINB their medals for their track efforte at Pine After the National Honor Society Assembly, o coke party was given ,for ee are Ronny Stevens, Ronnie Robertson, Bob Crouch students recognized . H Johnny Gibbons. 5, l Q35 , .5 I it , l t,. , L ? gy.. ,204 l 1 Ronnie Moore prepares to slam a "homer" over center field during the Leveretts Chapel vs These girls are preparing to leave the school to help 1 Glaclewater game in which the latter won. . ln lite Play Day events. A5 May beai ns: "Where do you sit at the banquet'?", Sherry asks This is the big day for sixth graders Claude as Colleen looks on . Miss Easterly's class is visited by sixth and seventh grade students . when they learn their way around G.H.S. Congratulations to the Crimson Masque Players For Q. 2 Clayton Warren practices on the slide rule that won Esther Cox does her last bit of homework ffffff' f 11 , 'dl use C. in their first in Regional Meet in Denton. Their play him a second place in Regional contest in Denton. library for this school Term was "Riders to the Sea". Also congratulations to the other students who won firsts and seconds at the Meet L her gracious and endless help given to the Future Teachers this year and f . or the last three years ,L A ff? ' fi ,- fL.........l ,-,,, , . M0llY SWeU"lf'9en Pfesenis Ml55 Boenkef her Qlfi for T-hese seniors were given special awards for their work in the Future Teachers this year. From left to right are: Sandy Diffie, Melvyn Freeland, Anita Hall, Mary Heaberlin, Rosemary Jordan, Donna 4 Knight, Wally Lee, Neva Nell Newkirk, Carolyn Warren, and Gloria Ray. l 4 i' , if ' 2? fi , 95 rf V it l x r L a r ,ia . V, b V. gg I K fi WJ, if gt 1. 4 ,l X 5 5 . Sggzbgbf -. ,, W v 1 '35, T ,' vq gk lfffi. Q in or L 1 ' ra vi! -,'e'f.. - L ,tw . ?Y'l' 0 if iz' ' Ag:-K. - , I I . ' my 1 ,' v tig: 5 ,, s, . ,, sV-. Y -.hx 3 . f -F, . "3 , ., iw. ' T ' ' 93:1 I 1. " ' 1 xi , V K I if V ' I O I . v ix ' X E F R ' - Ily Lee stands by the Chemistry project that won Nancy Wooddisplays her Spanish dregs fm- 1-he Juniors, Sondra Daniels and Connie Walker, try to and place for him at the Gregg County Fair. :iesta given by Mr. Dawson, the Spanish' decorate the Girl's Gym with bery little helpfrom teacher. senior boys, Ed Smith and Don Beason. I l Pd WUINU1 'find' GUY: " Here's a toast to the Senior Class of l96l ", says Shirley Mills, Ed Smith . Mike Cannon, Don Humphries, SOON 'Du P10003 and Hubert Edmondson. this yuar's banquet. 5-LAQA. ' ' ' . . . ' h 'll l b - Ilarwanda Dawson shakes the hand of the Teacher of the Year, Coach Bill lim: she Tm? or Zoo? oh: Gh H S whlc wld ol? Et rfmerd . . . . . ere a esuenswo ave ever asse un ern oa -lolllman. Thus award was given to hum by the Future Teachers of America. . P from their classes of learning. ' y 4 E, gk x SPC 5 ,.! 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" . 5 , - Bear Football , My , J Gladewofer sfudenfs give 'rhe Bears a rousing yell as c me oufldbkhe dreslsing room before the Hurst-Euless game. ., .- " ' ' ' gl M 45 ill ,- , i, X , ' ii A ix Q 1 .V u If-.Q Sv: Q , SA N, 1 3 1-7 1 Q , f ' . 3? lyk , ,K Q ., . . h JJ, 1 M QA xifj- 3, 'W it Q st A ' . Vg ,X ' ' f Q25 V Q21' - 9 Q e h Ra. Figs if gr Q52 it A fm mm H -nv Ji, vii the ee ' Bob Crouch Holfback Ronnie Robertson Hal fba ck Condred Roberts Guard David Payne Holfback .- R 'X ' bf bgwg v M K nwgtlfvgbfg. ' i:.1'f7Q.4-rf? .V N3 1' K as pei- K 4 VL xg Qvlki ,si Iggy ,f K, r P' ,i 'R e S v, .W ,. 'Yi i I -, R -t cf , .4 4 Nl 'wr A ,get ,,.-'1 -fe 4 Victor Barrow Center , ,, , . Tm "-ww : U gift ,Si535f'fir5t' W 'lf w 1? ,ivjjifr - , E I 'af i' -.' , yt .Q i li Willie Hagan Guard Bob Crouch beats Ronnie Robertson to the ball carrier 4 i Ennis Robertson and Gary leckworth head to intercept ln the Hurst Euless game and keeps him away from the the ball-Currier in fha Rusk Gqma, GUVY Beckwofll' Ed W"l9l"f Jimmy Burgess Mark Walters Guard GU'-'lfd Guard Tackle I ae Condred Roberts fries for the ball-carrier from The back as Mark Jerry Daniels fries fo get away from a Gilmer tackle as Ronnie Walters fries fo get in front of him in the Gilmer game. Robertson blocks our anofher. Bill Kennedy Andy Tenery Carfer Beckworfh Tackle Tackle Tackle ' I ?' fl' .V ' l Ronnie Moore Wesley Roy Wicker Henley William Hanan 36 Tackle End End End OPPONENT te? Bear Football Scores Game Duncanvi I le Nacogdoches Crockett Sulpher Springs Hurst-Euless Athens Mineola Rusk Pine Tree GI imer Eli September 2 I5 September 9 I4 September I6 I2 September 23 3l September 30 0 October 7 A6 GLADEWATER October I4 I4 October 2l 56 October 28 8 November 4 6 Gary Beckworth blocks for Bob Crouch as he goes around the end of DuncanviIIe's line. This, our first game, set our aim high as the Bears went through for a I5 to 0 victory over the Dragons on their homefield. Johnny Gibbonshits the Gilmer ball-carrier from the back as Willie Hagan comes in from the front. This, our Homecoming game and last of the year, proved to bea bitter disappointment as the Buckeyes managed a 2l to 6 win over the Bears. But when they left, they knew they had played a football game . Q it I 5 Gary Beckworth blocksthe Pine Tree lineman as Ronnie Robertson carries the ball for yardage in our next to last game of the season. Our team really workedvfor this 8 to 0 win over the Pirates, played on our field. JR. High Football EIGHTH GRADE FOOTBALL ' M f' W From left to right. Thlrd Row: Sfrlckland, Lasfer, Brooklng, Barrow, Johnson, Hanson, Harrison, Ricks, Sloan, Beasll. Second Row: Reed, Brown, Robinson, Rogers, Wllllans, Gage, Bowden, Phillips, Lange. First Row: Buchannan, Minfer, Hart, Elllof, Copeland, Brian, White, Perry, Gage. FW? A 2- V 0 he C1 5 . 'EZ ,,. Ray Sloan and Marshall Gmamberlain try to stop Wllllam Echols, Gladewater Ball carrier, gets fhe Flne True ball owrlorusho cmQs tho goal. up affer making yards In a game wlfh Pine Tree, held here. 5 .AV A 4 . I . F Seven th Grade Football From left to right. Third row: Erwin, Echols, Mills, Louvere, Setzler, Moore. Second row: Hoppe, Carrington, Roebuck, Pullin, Whittle, Hogue, Butler, Gaston, Williams, Buckalew, Hyde, Watson. First Row: Ward, Buckalew, Lange, Bobbit, Miles, Higginbothan, Jemagin, Henry, Shaw, Guthrie, Heath. ' MQW TennQsM,k A y , Q We Tennis sfudems, from leffforighr: Homercqmer, Keg1ffl c Dean, Donald Formby, Kenneth Lott, and John Larry Simmons. Seco Row: Rosemary MC Chesney, Glenna Rush, Margie Guthri Walters, and Alla Burago. First Row: Burgin. e, Sondra Daniel, Connie Walker, Patsy Lindsey, Nancy Alerly Smith, Paula Carnut, and Vaudine Bear Baskeftbisql W The l960-6l Basketball team is, from left to right, frqntgwz Coach Bill Waters, Wicker Henley, I- a cl Formby, Joe John O'Brien, Jack Butler, Leon Strickla dfii6h'n"Paul'TEllEm,' Wayne Valentine, John Shepperd, 55 oar: I Hollimcn. Second row: Ross Jones, Wadell Roirs, Wesle'7R?:fARonnie Jordan, Johnny Gibbons, William Hatton, and Bob Crouch. Ross Jones lumpswlth the Pune Tree players for theerebounil as Wesley Ray a .fohn K allent some in from the si sf!! Wayne Valentine goes up hugh for a basket shot during the Rusk game held here . Wadell Rogers waits for the rebound in case Wayne misses. Bob Crouch, Johnny Gibbons, and Ronnie Jordan wait for the rebound as the Mineola player goes up for a shot. Baske tb all William Hatton Senior Forward Ronnie Jordan Senior Center fm Bob Crouch Senior Fo rward Johnny Gibbons gets over the Mineola ni'er's hand for a good iump shot at the Giadewafer goal. ' IGM fzff ,g""'fx John Paul Tallenf Leon Sfricklclnd Junior Guard J un ior Guard Z Ron Junior all Johnny Gibbons goes up for a lay-up during the Pine Tree game held here. Basketball Wicker Henley Junior Junior Forward Forward Johnny Gibbons Junior Forward fx I s 'K Sian' Wayne Valentine Sophomore Forward Joe John O'Brien Sophomore Guard John Shepperd William Hafton, Bob Crouch, and Ro Jordan fry for a rebound during the game held here. ' Jack Butler Junior Guard J x I GLADEWATER 82SG82lSSt8R4t38l Bear Baskefball Scores Game Dale Carihage Nemer 29 3I Judson December I 52 Llnden Klldare December 2 52 Spring HIII December 5 70 Carthage Sprlng Hlll December 6 48 December I2 57 I3 OPPONENT Linden Kildare December 69 Marshall December I5 25 Longview December I6 34 Spring Hill December I6 42 Adamson December I7 56 Pittsburg December 22 39 Plffsburg January 3 5I Judson January 6 4I Kos Jones Sophomore ' Forward Wadell Rogers- Junior Forward ' Ross Jones md John She ruin Inf" For the rebound durlngfihe Pl Tree game here ' Q . i JT. . , rf' I X..1 John Paul Tallent goes up for al ay- updurfng fha Plne Tree game here. Johnny Gibbons gets under the , goal For fhe rebound In case Ilonnlel Jordan misses hls duo? during the N Rusk game here. DN 1 Track Ronnie Stevens hows the form he used to win first place in high iumping at the District Track Meet held at Pine Tree. Bob Crouch breaks the string for first place in the 220- 4 L i 1 yard dash at the Pine Tree District Track Meet. The l960 6l Gladewater track team ns, from left to right sitting: Wadell Rogers, and Jerry Daniels, standing: Tommy Moore, Condred Roberts, Wayne Valentine, Wicker Henley, Ronnie Robertson, David Burgess, David Payne, Ronnie Stevens, Max Copeland, Bob Crouch, Johnny Gibbons, and Mike Reynolds. Qrdahf' fff E Ronnie Robertson holds the first-place trophy that he, Ronnie Stevens, Johnny Gibbons, and Bob Crouch won for the 440- yard relay event held at the i Tree Invitational Track Meet. Max Copeland takes the baton from Ronnie ' . A R elif Ati Jerry Daniels pushes hard for the wire in Robertson in the 880-yard relay event at the District Track Meet held at Pine Tree 44 ' u V , M, Q V T, ,',, N "W . 'K ESQ the 880-yarddasl1 at the Pine Tree District Track Meet. He placed second in this event . A fi JR. High Track Rex Copeland watches Butch O'Neil try his skill at broad iumping at a Junior High track meet. . - -X ' . 'fi " ' 7531 : i Q IA' , Johnny Gibbons watches an 9 ' , unidentified broadiumpe' at ' " a track meet with Pine fa. gf M52 1 gg A .,.l-gcmfiwgff M311 ,W -553,17 H... j' 'Y ,,- K V Y .xxx Junior High Track from left to right: Third row: Reed, Minter, Laster, Hanson, Williams, Buchannan Barrow,Brooking,Bowden,Brian,Elliot. Second Row: Jones, Johnson, Gage, Berry, Harrison.First Row: Ricks, Brenham, O'Neil, Sloan, Strickland, Chamberlain, and Hart. ' Q af .4 The Junior High 440 Relay team, From Left to Right: Marshall Chamberlain, Ray Sloan, Guy T. Harrison, and Carlton Laster. l GuyT. Harrison Jr. throws the shot as Jeffery Mills looks on. Danny Strickland , at the Plno Tree moot, attempts a high lump event. an l l Bear B 9545 I W . 'Q I s u 5 From left to right, Second row: Stricklg.nd,Jones,Hatton,Ray,Reynolds,Moore, Formby. First row: Truel , Butler, Beascyrfflt, C'Brien, Lawless, Sorrells . g- . . pk 1 I Ronnie Moore Mika Reynolds ' l-WU 5l'YlCklC"ld Junior Junior JUl1l0T William Hatton takes a spontaneous swing at a low ball. Ronnie Moore waits as the catcher gives the pitcher a signal. - 4 W I gd. 1 3, J 252' 'T' -5 A Q l 1 J' ,.f- ,mf +I H QQ'-' ,QE ' 'M '-v , M " ' is M Q-f Q iri- .qi , i , L? we f as sg ,ir W I T Wesley Ray Don Beeson Sophomore Senior i iff? an Nr- i m if f sk in Eid. 4 , ,li-' X e S ,y J O lf' .QT . if S., A 'X g A A sl - K 4 " .- up W 1 gre... Y :gg l I Q ' mf 1 me if l S ' imirsfffifee. Jock Butler Joe John O'Brien Junior Sophomore Ross Jones Sophomore lip. rr'-f. f ' ,qw 1 9 555,51 f - fi' G, 4 ' "5 ,- W l X 1 I A ,fir ' lor fngixxll ,fmvlgciul Tcllenf S Junior Y K iw ' , all P , .4 ",f , .YN -,hk , ,f .. fr .,., +2 gf? Q 335- f ., 'S V 4512 1 Joel Truel Sophomore ig ff 'Xl' f A4 'egfgh ' l -fr ff . S JT" if , -- y if Cf C, ,fx Baseball in if fx me 5 if M A 4 - ' nr: . 1-2--V .w,- X 1 -f ,1. W l R cl cl ' ' es ey my O ges Q Wlld ball durmg lhe van game That sure if cl pretty bull, Jack Bufler, but you missed itl held here. 47 Sports Editor's Spotlight Kenneth Lott, boy sslnglesplayer, won first place at the District Tennis Meet and went from there to win first at Regional . After thishe went to the State Meet in Austin . ,Q Alla Burago, girl s singles player, represented Gladewater at the District Tennis Meet. fi' if 1 Ag, W . ..f 537' 4' Sondra Daniels and Connie Walker, girl's doubles players, Donald FormbyandWayneThornton, boy'sdoubles, represented won first at the District Meet and at the Regional Meet, and Glqdewqfer qt fhe Dish-ici Tennis Meer, then went on to represent Gladewater at the State Meet. gp, QKTKXQJ , .ms Sondra Danielsand Connie Walker hold the team trophy that they, Kenneth Lott, Wayne Thrornton, 48 and Donald Formby won at the District meet held here. Billy F. Dean was their coach . 'Ur , All Ml bm. f Volleyball 'Third hour girl's volley ball Team proudly pose aiter being named infermural champions. They are from leff 'ro right: Elandor Owens, Virginia Coppedge, Loretto Blear, Patsy Snow, Evelyn Foster, Evelyn Krumm, Carol Dixon, and Jerri Whiie. , 1' A ,, 1 , f , x oylee fl' A Af bg? 01 cflltlfly, if My .J - IA ,f .J ' fl fyLkl'f l ,V-,Q..,r ,jfyiu-lf if J 1 O5 if ff M .fu if ful LY' K. Jean Brisby gets under the ball as il' comes AsLoreHa sets up the hall, Virginia Coppedge, over the net while Coleen Dennis gets ready to spiker, gels ready to hi'r if over The nef. help. ' position as the ball is being served. l.aurell Hammond Throws the ball back as Katheryn Causey catches if and gets ready to serve the Lourell Hammond and Colleen Dennis get in ball. ' 49 Ap U Www Wifi W V U63 My MLW 9 W' , 2 A I f A fx J ww f 1, X 1329! f W M xy wg, J, I wb W ' Q QB 'Q Wm WLM- K 'X . p f -V , -'-1--5+ J V L f ' vi . 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Future Nurses, J'.C.L. 5 Latin 'tx ,V National Honor Society ff X Number Sense snide Rule ff' Spanish f Speech Student Council K kf 6 X 5 - ROSTER Lee Ann Berry " Beth Stokes Carol Meason Carol Falls Cathy Phillips Perrilyn Brown FLUTES Sylvia Cockerell Carol .lemigan Mary Helen Wilkins Shirley Mills Paula Jones Jolly Anderson Rick Mayer Thomas Booth ALTO CLARINET CLARINETS Donald Hecker Linda Mickler " Linda Morris Kay Potthoff Theda Warren Barbara Houston Carolyn Whitlow BASS CLARINETS Brenda Watson Patti Roberts Sammie Heaberlin Peggy Graham ALTO SAX OPH ONES Mary Ann Fouse Carolyn Warren Jackie Johnson Mary Heaberlin LaCrecla Rinehart Sandra Money Peggy Money TENOR SAXOPHONES Melvyn Freeland " "" "H Mary Ann Oder Allen Nelson BARITONE SAXOPHONE Donald Applegate "' H' TRUMPETS Lee Earl Hatton """' Max Heard Glenn Leopard Chris Garrett David Bogue Allen Fouty Audrey Karnes FRENCH HORNS Glenda Nixon William Anderson Eldene Lane Ronald Bailey Ronald Wright TROMBONES Cone Wells "H Mike Newman Gary Dodson Steve Brown Richard Humphries BARITONES Sammy Odom Kenneth Blalock BASS HORNS Lavon Meadows Richard Carey PERCUSSION Paul Morrison Mike Barr James Attaway Jerry Watson KEY " All-Region Band H All-State Concert Band H" All-Star Stage Band 1 A-.,,, . ,V l Lev y " ri . 3,55 f ' "" ,V V il"l i7l3?Q4QiiTl5?f'+lTl' The G.H.S. Baud has long beena representative of not onlythe High School but also of the city 4'l' '31, N A ' Q-V um, sVMV:..e,"V ,gn E VH 5231 -ti, M 1 5 5 iraq- ' t H f ' i , of Gladewater. l5trffVfjg4Qf4i,zff- V, A If if Eff . , "F'ff'.g 1 ,.,. .Lg - i " f I A ' A f Z- Q' - jf , jg' ' 4' . , ' ' Vilfiflifl T it IV - --"wif 7-3 ft arm' - rj J I' 'T ' The 62 member band work hard to make our Iyl' 5 gy ' 1 'A 5 H, wi in 'ia S ,g , ' A band one of the best in the state of Texas. ll .L . N n D Liz Q it QF ' 5, dv, ' g ffgqggu T ' 13 A to . W' J J V E' , o prove they are hard workmg, they were V P Vega:-55.'V W9 , .' W - 1 - 1. ie. ,, qv Uffef' the outstanding bond at the Galveston Splash- h V 9 . Q 7 V Q.. - r . -M 3 5 fi 'QQ -J Day Parade inMayof l96O. Also, among their 0 ' wrt I " H . f K Q eg ' V' I .5 honors isthe distinction ofbeing the Best band "K, A, at the Gilmer Yamboree in October of l96O. 5 . MM V , if I I l They also received the honor of being rated P 7? ' first in Concert, inspection, and Marching. L A I A I These are omongonlyafewofthe manyhonors I ' ' ' w won by our band. They will iourney to Los A W3 I ,nl ' 3 if Angeles during thesummerastheiryearlytrip. ' ' 4 z""l', 52 lt et ' V ' oeioi - ,f. ,.r. it e.,. y ALI' i is-VAT : LV' 'tv ' . l ITN' . g . , . X V, . It ,LA L. ig V: tests VSV X ,Q H . . . V K ,I - , ft 's gt, .f f 's - ' : L e - . . .. r XA 1 ' lt 7 l . .L R5 A A 3. ' VV - " - V, A A N , I V fp 'sw' 'B A 155.1911 ' .a ' v H .. , .. fl I f ,sq V my ,,. -Q t ,F lays -A M I k K , 95:5 + p A g V , I V, 1 S in A ff-f 5 V : V ,,,t..s.. 1 , Vf"f' 2' ,K 1 i r. 5 T J i , , .r5eef5- , - +0 gr e-s V, 4 p N: 'I i 5 , V' fl .r P , , 1 X i. V3 ' S' "' . t A ' 3'-7f.?vl -tr' H -f . i S f l ' Q 4 1 3 .ff-r , ,gn I , i ' fs tiki- V ' 1 - Sm ' , A ,MZ Q ,, ,Wa .ff . . ,f:,:,.,i u Q is ua 4 Q 3 M ,Wanna 1 3 ' ,f"' A ii" , ., ,s 'ff , N l ,sms ef' . 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Q wtf lfnkwf ggi' M lb'-4 5l.sfw'1g -v M-,lf my Li to V .E ,,..,, f. ..- Q 14' f-,fg,5i,e.'--qv, ' 3,3541 , ,, ,V "3 Jr , """'t.rf ff! f,'t3Q,3 51, "t K:-4k',Vy.,.,'ff-1' ,.,m,jg' I - ig' gf ,pier W --' '- V4 f V Vfvq, :, .- .Q '!"fi'W' ' jg',..4fmH rf' A ' ' ' '9 1 -:g.uQP ".f'f1Z2'L 1 def , in :!?J1-efew '51'fTtL4fit:- br r- ,F-1f.f?"V A. ,V V The members of OU' Junior High Band Work I The Band Maiorettes are from left to right: very hard. Most of them are planning for the clay when they can become members of the High School Band. Their activitiesinclude concerts for grade school, and the Spring Concert. It is the largest Junior High Band in years, and we know that they will be a real asset to the High School Band as well as to the student body. Shown below are the Junior High Band officers: President,Claudia Houserp Secre- tary, and treasurer, Barbara Cannon, Repor- ter, Claire Hamilton, Sargent at Arms, Kay Craig, Karen Mars, Judy Thompson, Keith Jernigan, Clay Brazil, and Charles Valdetero. :Fi ,,f"s -C 1 vsp a ' f-sf' :vim Carol Ann Meason Assistant Drum Maiorette s , . ,r 'UC' Mary Heaberlin, Carolyn Warren, Paula Jones Mary Ann Ocler, and Kay Potthoff. fe- 1 5-LJ ,QQ ,nf H A A... C257 , .ww Lee Ann Berry Drum Maiorette 1 by-,. Cone Wells YI oe-President Lee Earl Hatton Melvyn Freeland Secretary-Treasurer President These students, having received first divlslon ratlngs Donald Applegale Lee Ann Berry Melvyn Freeland, and on either solos or ensembles, were locket-award Linda Mlcklerare nlembersof the AllLRegionalBand. Meltryn Wlnnefs fhlf Year- These l'l'l"l'Y'9n9 Bend 5lUd'nl5 and Donald are also All-5lule wlnnersl brought more medals to their Band than did any other mmm' llglll N band. Paul Morrison, Steve Brown, Ronald Bailey, Willlam Anderson, Glenn Leopard, Max Herd, and Lee Earl Hatton are shown on the top row of the G.H.S. State Band. On the second row are: Donald Applegate, Allen Nelson, Melvyn Freeland, Carolyn Warren, and Mary Fouse. e.g', . -1 , I tt , num..- BAND a -AU M Q. I W f . J ,J ,Wi JY ,ef ,. t . r, e,,.f-f, V. ,fri - I A Sondra Daniel sandy Diiiie Lurlene Driskill Ann Kilgore Ann Bates Jerri white Rosemary McChesney Betty Thomas Saundra Featherston Sheron Trawick Evelyn Krumm Sue Stillwell Donna Knight Lynn Hanson Laurell Hammond I' Susan Mint f aura "yn'Maraaain Linde Carrington David iilaar1 --'aawfvaii15ii5Tn - Joy Osteen Sue Gage Clorwando Dawson Kaye Grayson Sue Cowan Lacretia Alexander f Jane Bowden 1 Carolyn Hammond Loretta Blear Janette Byrd Karla Stegall annie Stevens Bob Croudi Clayton Wann Gloria Ray Juanita Willoughby Glenna Rush r X J " I f it i , yn l T3 , X V 4,00 HIGJHJSD --i. ci-loin Students of Gladewater feel that our High School Choir is the best. It is composed of seventy-four hard-working members. The greatest honor that they received was that of three students being chosen to sing in the All-State Choir. I Our Choir's function is to promote music appreciation, to further the knowledge of music, and to learn to perform in public. Their activities include a trip to Los Angeles, Spring Concert, School assemblies, contest, civic organizations, and faking part in TMEA Day at the State Fair. Y' , - I T-EIV5' ,. E - David Payne Molly Swearingen sae Mattnewe Sydney icing Danna warren Mary Jo Hancock Brenda Gray Phil Garrett Margie Guthrie f NO Virginia o pedge Caro gag., arnrny Moore n e Joe ornton yr f-oanala rernilay i-if steve Lawlere '- Tip riptan John sneapera Barbara Carrington Opal Causey Linda Cook Nancy Hosley Martha Thornton xi Diane McCourt Y Elaranne ShQ3p,- B John Walters ii y criarile Danny Von Houlen Pat Welton Wayne Speir John Simmons Jflneile WQYSOV1 Brenda Stansell Julia Mears Connie Walker officers of the High School Choir are from left to ight: Ronny Stevens, Vice-President, Brenda Stansell, ecrerqryy Bob Crouch, PresidentyAnn-Kilgore, Librarian, All-State Choir members are from left to right: Danny lenq Rush Treasurer, a John Paul Tallent, Flarliamen- Van Houton, Brenda Stansell, and Clayton Warren. I'IClfL-. l JUNICR HIGH CHCJIR Wesley Ray Vice-President l T Janie Lange Librarian 56 'YH 13 T f' ik, Ll .W,i- .f 1 .41 -. 2 T' 'K , . , ,, ..., P I, ,f f " THE T , . . - 4 ' A zip, - fi "ie, ' A " , T 4, s, S. , ' K x QQ fi r' if 1 w ,, .-'x ' 1' K .2 a I l ,gy 2 l Sheryl Hunt Sweetheart i n ., ,- f' 3 ,S 2 ,iffy J v 5 ' sv ' Q 5, J' T M V ,ve . K ig' X .. . X . ..:S .. .Q.:i'1- Z F' ff' 322. gn ' 3' ,:g",1- 4 ie 1 of ' v of o 5. , A, :ich f x s , fair. . Q. gs f.-sg. M- rf l' :"1.1:.'. 'af -, ' if ., 'fw.11!lgQ, '5'.sfl 'l ' z 'f l3fw.1-M 36 21. Heil. Y J. fl as? Jackie Jones The advanced Junior High Choir has the same purpose in mind as the High School Choir . That is to promote music appreciation and to gain knowledge of the fundamentals of music. The 78 members of this choir are working hard not only to win honors, but also most of them have the dream of becoming a member of the High School Choir. They have sung for civic organizations, school assemblies, contest, clinic, and a spring concert. Catherine King President Secretary-Treasurer ' T -1137. Lgiiigifiq liT : 'si?5'i- , 'x go 5- Yi- 'N f fx 3 9 wilt., 8 Q' . 1 l A t i L' iz , 4, I ' Mike Formby Gary Henery Parlimentarian Librdim President Melvyn Freeland W W, ' Magna Phqm The Crimson Masque Players, composed of fifteen senior high members, was newlyreorganized this year. Sponsoring and producing plays were their main iobs. lncluded in the group activities this year was a banquet in wlfiifzlw they named the best actress, actor, suporting actress, and actor. The plays they produced thisyear are: Our Town, The Bot Boiler, The Slave With Two,'Faces, and the regional Wriders To The Sea. To create more interest in dramatics is its goal. Members are John Walters, Shirley Mills, George Norris, Melvyn Freeland, Clayton Warren, Lee Ann Berry,Hubert Edmondson, Eldene Lane, Jimmy Connolly, Sulvia Cockerell, Carol Meason, Jerri White, Mary Ann Oder, and Molly Swearingen. VlCe'Pl'6SiClBht Hubert Edmondson ls Y ,M had of Governor: Molly Swoaringan, Shirley Mills, and Carol Ann Meason. Secretary Lee Ann Berry Linda Mlaklar Melvyn Freeland . District Extanp Speaking Z Second, Extemp Speaking Clarwanda Dawson District Declamation Alleyra Smith Nancy Nunnally Sue Stillwell Patsy Parrish Bob Robinson Junior Poetry Reading Junior Poetry Reading Third, Poetry Reading Junior Poetry Reading Junior Poetry Reading Standing from left to right are: June Rotramel, James Attaway, Beverly Prazak, Phillip Yates, lris Holland, Ross Jones, Laverne Elliott, Colleen Dennis, John Causey, SherryWaggoner, Gene Fort, Claude Cawthon, and Bill Henley. Not shown are Donna Burgin, Mike Cannon, Jim Chamberlain, David Holcombe and James Harper. it 1 s 1, f' f' in it rx M dt, ' iv . pi , ' 'J A X . f' 0 J 1 ii J f , , ' 'i,Q I , . 1 VK xi yr .vnu Hy, Zfqw .ei in if if ' Shown above are some of the hard working annual staff members. Working with the page on the light table is the Bear's Tale sponsor, Mr . Rowe . From left to right are the others: Wicker Henley, Phyllis Garrett, Claude Cawthon, and Mlke Cannon. ,Q Shown is Wicker fBilll Henley working on press. Wicker is the only one in the of Mr. Rowe's first year Printing class 'ro gooclenough to be put on the big press to I ' the annual . , Below is the Editor-in-Chief of the Bear's Tale, June Rotramel, and the Assistant Ed- itor, Beverly Prazok, working on the lay- out for the eighth grade . if I gc. eg, ggi 5. r W, Q L we , i J 'hi if lf ilixif i J Ii A ,sl E 5 .ll ,L., ,2!'i? V, .. .js , Egg,-1,i:5E3l,9:VfllimiH .Ti , ' ' " is of H 5 - V 1 'iiszii 5 sw lv ?2zffi5H15iif, lE-'EW' '- A M f f H K .J K 4 5993555 .y r ' ,j f, X .,,. , 'ii-. is 58 i s 1 'i June Rotramel Editor W Above are the Editors of the Bear's Tale. They are from left to right: Laverne Elliott, -li-me Rotramel, lris Holland, Sherry Waggener, Beverly Prazak, Claude Cawthon, and Colleen Dennis. The purpose of this staff is to 'present to the Student Body in the form of a yearbook all the activities that have happened ln this past school year. The BT staff's I6 hard-working members devote part of their time and tallent to the production and distribution of the award-wining Bear's Tale. ln this past year of l960, the annual staff added to its already many awards the Certificate of Merit. This award was presented to the staff at the Texas High School Press Association at Denton, which is attended each year by a few select members of the staff. This year seven were selected. Mr. Jimmy Rowe, Printing and Photography teacher along with Mr. Jerry Poole, Art teacher were sponsors on this year's trip. Another yearly event which members look forward to is the trip to Dallas. These honored members get a day out from shhool for this thrilling trip. The purpose of this trip is to see an- nuals bounds GHS students as well as BT staff members are proud of the fact that their annual is the only one printed ln the state of Texas in a printing shop such as ours. Shown below are the members of the technical crew. They are from left to right: Wadell Rogers, Phillip Yates, David Holcombe, John Causey, Claude Cawthon, Charles Attaway, James Attaway, and Wicker Henley. BEAR'S TALE Beverly Prazak Assistant Editor AMW Karen Marrs President Susan Salter Librarian THIRD HOUR CHOIR ' ' U .uf 'uw . ,L 'wizii . ' Q' s A . W- - - ' ' ' 1 , :ct V ,, Judy Jones Sweetheart The third hour choir consists of only 5l members. They alsostudy the notes and learn to site read. Like the more advanced classes, they work very hard. They compete in contests, entertain students at assemblies, and take part in the Spring Concert. Pam Oder Librarian 1, ' , - L' ,gxf-it-iifigmg-f wg , L. - :fa W, , f ef' 1-,f s 5 5 :- ." ,, L' - 1, W, " gg, , Z, L Ron Boebuck Vice-Presiden Nancy Rogers , Secretary-Treasurer K ,,i3"'Q 'sg pai! M 4 L es " sa if k,k.-: , f i l Ni , 'JE ii it 1, s y '11 KT?--351 'Y g. Qjn 131. .tj i.: ,af X:- Q - ': su, ag, sg , A giggle i T. , ,,,,, ,A .. f S is A 'ini A is 1 Tx 1 H.. Kg ' 2. ,: Jig s , -- , fffj3?nf, .f 1 , " ii' ,f.y1g' 'f eff Best Actress Molly Swearingen W its u - 5 5 fl t as 7 4 -- I. All'SlGf Cast , 1 Lee Ann Berry "Riders to the Sea" won both district and regional one-act play con- ' ' b it 1 tests this year, and competed in the state contest after annual press- if time. Four members, pictured at left, were placed on both of the r p My All-Star Casts. The play, which was directed by Roy Brown and produced by the Crimson Masque Players, is a tragedy which cen- ' 'R q ' ' A ters around the struggle of Maurya fMolly Swearingenj against the It ' Sea to save the life of her son Bartley fMelvyn Freelandl. Her two g daughters, Cathleen fLee Ann Berryl and Nora fCarol Measonl, comfort her after the death of Bartley. "Keeners" bring Bartley's .body to Maurya, and in the closing scene, Maurya prays for the All-Sffff Cqsl ,ogls of Bartley and the seven other men she has lost to the Sea. MelVYn Freeland Al l -Star Cast Carol Meason "'7!w Slew With '7wa 4ww" The Junior High interscholastic League one-act play entry was "The Slave with Two Faces." Pictured below are cast members, from left to right, Chuck Reed, Gloria Cockerell, Pat Swearingen, David Estes, Kirk Abernathy, Harold Keller, and Ranny Brooking. Though not pictured, Barbara Green and Suzanne Carr played leading roles in this allegoric tragedy Suzanne was also placed on the All-Star Cast at the contest in Nacogcloches. il-Sana, Ki Suzanne Carr All-State Cast "ww of adn" Stage Manager. . Qr. Gibbs ..... Howie Newsome Mrs. Gibbs .... George Gibbs . . Rebecca Gibbs ..... .... WallyWebb...... EmilyWebb....... .. Professor Willard Mr. Webb . . . . . Shown above is a scene from "The Pot Boiler". Pictured, from left to right, are Hubert Edmondson, Melvyn Freeland, and Carolyn Hammond. Thomas Pinikles Sud, the author . . . . . . Melvyn Freeland Harold Wouldby, the novice . . Mr. lvory, the father . . . Mr. Ruler, the Hero . . . Miss Ivory, the heroine . Mr. Inkwell, the villain . . Mrs. Pencil, the vampire. . Stagemanager .......... new 74am " Melvyn Freeland . . . . Clayton Warren . . . John Walters Molly Swearingen .... Jerri White Mrs. Webb..... .- .. .... Jimmy Connally . . . . ,Sue Stilwell . Byron McGouQh . . . Carol Meason ..... Bob Crouch Hubert Edmondson W0m0n in the BGICWY . . . . . . . . Lee Ann Berry Man in the Auditorium . . . . . . . . . Lady in the Box ...... Simon Stimson .... Mrs. Soames ..... Constable Warren .. . Si Crowell ..... Joe Stoddard .. . Joe Crowell ...... Baseball Players ...... . . . Byron McGough . . . . Clayton Warren . . . William Anderson . . . Mattie Meadows . Hubert Edmonson . . Carolyn Hammond . . . . . George Norris Byron McGough . . . Eldene Lane George Norris . . . . Mattie Meadows Robert Hagan . . . . . . Douglas Lee . Ronnie Stevens Warren Hoppe . . . David Estes Wayne Valentine Assistant Stage Managers . . . . . . . .George Norris The "wedding scene" from the Pulitzer-prize winning play, "Our Town", is pictured above ln this play, which was produced by the Crimson Masque Players, 23 GHS-ers played roles. Robert Hagan Tothe left are the members of the Senior Hlgh National Honor Society They have meet the qualifications of: Grade average thnoudu their senior year of1B7'5, and theyexcell lndwaracter, Service, cltlmllilip, leadership, and scholarship. 7 , o is Anita Hall Secretary M "4-3 T , iffy my -- g 1 it ,Q , -A, 'F -4- 1? Anita Higgs ' T , , A wunm Hamm """"f Q I Hesldent A 4 , J ' The purpose of the National Honor Wally Lee Society is to recognize and honor the Vlce..presldenL best students according to scholarship, NATIONAL HONOR SOClETY 'e"de'i'ip' Cmcier' and Y Each year an awards dinner for the pres- enting of iackets by school anclhonoring ,Q parents of members is given. M O ' The NHSgives a pregressive dinner un J- ' . , 4 M the fall, and recognition anclinitiation 513' 9 ' ' A 3' fn Q teas in the spring. . f' V Q 'T - M' 'N , f Q W' .3 W ,r V, fy u Afm Fisher Dean Victory A I N Vice-President preside,-,f Cindy Morse I li T' .Li 3 tm, ,, x, Yr pw Secretary O R Gloria Cockerell H To the left are the members ofthe Junior High G National Honor Society. They have meet the qualifications of: grade average of 92'k, they H also excell in character, leadership, service, citizenship and scholarship. 63 Treasurer E N I R ,ff H I ,KS XL I Lee Ann Berry W John Paul Tallent Secrewr Y Vice-President Mark Walters President YLU I 'Www These students are the members of the SeniorHigh Student Council. They are from left to right on the top row: Shirley Mills, ElainefM,CM!lJ9D1 Bibi Cgush, Mark WaKers, John Pauifl- fent f William I'IGTIOfTr-- and-Ronnie Wlire. Second row: Diane McCourt, Lee Ann Berry, Kay Grayson, Mike Reynolds, Carolyn Hammond, and Anita Hall. Front row: John Shepperd, Glenna Rush, K. Jean Brisby, Molly wearingen, oretta Blear, Barbara Carrington, Pa sy Lindsey, and Ann Kil ore. Z Z ii-. ' 'll STUDENT COUNCIL John Bates . Vice-President I I yyrire - I I 5 Iryo ,, i V 'ie 4 I i if "" J 11 'ix ' r- I 3, gi' 5" . , is 'V Larry Sorrells b 1 i f' President If I I Patricia McJiIron Secretary These students are the members of the Junior High Student Council. They are from left to iTght on the top row: Bob Robinson, Randy Brooking, Guy T. Harrison, John Bates, Mike Formby, andJackie Earp. Second row: Esther Cox, Diane King, Gloria McMinn, Dane Valentine, Cheryll Hunt, and Suzanne Carr. First row: Paula Car- nutt, Barbara Thornton, Patsy 'McJilton, Claudia Hauser, and Kenny Marlowe . rl .gh , L7 35- 5 54 5.1. - ' wp 6 I i . T W 2-' gre H' tast y, fi 6 Q ers? A aemary Jordan tor-in-Chief The Bear Facts, our school paper, plays a very important part in our school and "community, The 27 members of this organization does a tremendous iob of informing the community of the activitizes of the school add the honors that the students received through this bi-weekly publication . The top four editors and tl1e sponsor attended a two and one half day meeting ofthe Texas High School Press Association in Denton. At the convention they attended meetings and a banquet. lt was climaxed by a presentation of awards. Winning the first place at the North Texas State College Journal ish Day was one of many coveted awards won by the Bear Facts. ln addition, they were awarded an all-Texas rating from the THSPA in Denton. Not only have theywon these awards, but individual staffers have won many awards themselves. fi I--v ' ii . F215 Z My 1, 2 + -. :ti .. .s:,,, ' :'.:. ., - 1- .rs .,f-up - W 'ff Melvyn Freeland Managing Editor To the left are the members of the Bear Facts staff. Theyare from left to right on . the first row: Ray Nell Bearden, Anita Higgs, Melvyn Freeland, Laverne Elliott, Rosemary Jordan, Sliaron Causey, and Brenda Gray. Second row: Hubert Edmond- son, Nancy Hasley, Pat Dunagan, Jullia MearsL Barbara Verner Patsy Youngblood, Lee Ann Berry, Sidney King, and Elaine McMullen. First row: Ronald Tucker, VictorMoosey, Linda Carrington, Kenneth Lot, and Shirley Mills. M., BEAR FACTS A Elliott Elaine McMullen Associate Editor Second Associate Editor 65 1' The Future Nurses of America are from left to right: K Faye Aldridge, Francis Jackson, Lena Alexander, Sharon V Lytle, Sandra Richey, and Sharon Causey. FUTURE NURSES OF AMERICA .ff Thisis one of the newest clubs organized at Glade- water High. Its purpose is to get more students I interested in the nursing profession. l lt has only six members, but they as well as other GHS-ers, look forward toua greater membership in the years to come . One of the members was honored with a trip to iz Seminbr in Greggton. They visited the East Texas School of Nursing in Tyler on April 3. The club The also attended a convention in Corpus Christi in W March. club meets every second Tuesday. At these 1 meetings, they discuss what they are doing at the 9 various hospitals where they do voluntary work. 1 ln May, they invited the future nurses to come to their meeting and toelect their officers for the coming Y year. ' 3 3 i. . . i. RCN w S z., A Sharon Lyrle Lena Alexander """ Vice-President 1, YT M li FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA 66 org te G of The Future Teachers of Ameri ca are The Carrie Watkins Future Teachers of America Club anized at GHS to teach the 35 members about ching profession-its opportunities, responsibllitie and its role in our democracy. The membersattended conventions during the year. Or these was the district convention in Mount Pleasan The other was the state convention in Denton. The FTA is proud of the two awards they received at tll district conventlonf this year. They won second-place the Mr. FTA contest and one of the student received tl' honor of district secretary. 1 Tteir activities included the seniors teaching at gra school and an assembly program 'lin the GHS auditor! to climax the end of the year. X fromleftto right: Clarwanda Dawson, Presi- dent, Melvyn Freeland, Librarian, Gloria Ray, Treasurer, Molly Swearingen, Secretary, Beverly Prazok, Historian, Donna Knight, Vice-President, Wally Lee, Parl iamentarian . Y T ,abt Shown above are the members of the Future Farmers ot America. They are sponsored by Herman Williams, the Agricultural teacher at G. H.S. ,. warg' W., ' ' M fig. 1. 'w - 1: ' . " Q, 'iff ':...."--11 is C M Q .r - Q A if FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA ' . . ' 13' ' . - ' 3' 'Qc Ng. 1' 1 1 tg ' i , ' s 'gp I5 Q I- .4 , I ' . 1 t if "il ' "5 A B 1.3 Q r , -:7 f my 5 41 Q 7 -1. at X i . I 4 -if 'l" , f any 5' l 1i2'jWi't A' . . 4 VS '. . T 7 A, P 7 C I QQ V The purpose of the Future Farmers of America is to prepare boys for b I - ' I s ' .i iff? . ' H, T51 .HL , , A H 1, -r W tg . .7 .Q the future, increase agricultural knowledge, and to encourage leader- 1 5 .A lg 1 J. , 51 - ship and parliamentarian law. Future Farmers of America are from left to right: Don Humphries, President, Ronald Gage, Vice-President, Richard Atchley, Secretary, Keith Atchley, Treasurer, Carl Blair, Reporter, Vernon Fritz, Sentinel, and Mack Harris, Advisor. The 40 members have won blue rubbons at the Gregg Cpunty Proiect show, and one of these future farmers had the Grand Champion. Three of the boys were on the Dairy Judging Team and went to Commer- ce Texas. They also conducted the Gladewater Dairy Show. .1 The Future Homemakers of America is he 5 L I a national organization of pupils who Q Y D . k l y - study homemaking . They work together ' if 6 ff J j V Vi S 2 V qv a - 5 for better and happier home life for ' 1 ' J tk If yi ' fu everyone. lt is the belief of the 80 , L , .F A 5 fx! n A ' " GHS members that helping to make 'sir QL!! " 'r i ff ., ' K In ' - ' V ' happy homes, now and in the future, ,4 , C B in I is the mostimportantthingthey can do V, X in, -T A A G K! H if for democracy. , I K ,ff I ii Wblykf gaudy Among their many prolects for this year 'I J , ' FFL. ,bv 'ii'-fp 'Ki , I is making money ta have the homemaking , f f , V ,, 1' -4' V M 'A A I 1' roam air conditioned. Theyalso enjoyed 1 is A 'H ff' 1-M: ll., , ,viz Ps " . . X gi ,. ,. P I, A , a tri to the Dallas Fair in Oct b r. 2 15 5 ' R frs 'B -ws .it s , T rit P 0 e 5 1 F F 'Q , M b 1 ff a d h d' - t :K K.-V Q .L l Ht.. L f .,., ,, 1, mv xkbi, I em ersa soa en e t e :strict meet 4 -:-- sum. mass . it 4- .ylffsffif i s-tw ' 'f- in Waskam and the state meeting in Dalla 4 6 ' Shown above are the members of the Future Homemakers of America posing for a picture taken J in the Suditorium. They are sponsored by Mrs. Roy Pynes, Homemaking teacher here atGHS. FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA Y . yy "" . ' gr A N, . , iii, . tlt' T 7 From left to right are the FHA officers: Virginia Fletcher, pianist, Patsy Youngblood, Historian, Nancy Hasley, Treasurer, Linda Carrington, Presi- dent, Nancy Wallace, Vice-President, Beverly Willoughby, Parliamentarian, Linda Cook, Song leader, and Brenda Gray, Reporter. Not shown is Carolyn McFadin, Secretary. 1 5 i Y UNVL pf These are the 23 members of the Latin Club. Theyxare posing for their picture which was taken in front of the school during homeroom one day. Their sponsor is Miss Aycock, Latin Teacher at G.H .5. The purpose of the Latin Club is to carryfor- ward the torch of classical civilization in the modem world . The 57 members of this club attended a dinner at Henderson in March, had a Christmas Progressive dinner with carols in Latin, atten ded the Texas State JCL Convention at the University of Texas, in Austin, in March. They also presented a yearly program in March when they modeled their costumes. f LATIN 2 I 'fi .lf auf These are the officers of the Latin Club. They are from left to right: Mary Cannon, Treasurer, Diane McCourt, Secretary, Clara .,,,,, nne SMpB,lorch Reporter, Patty Roberts, Digict ReportE'SamWHeaberlin, Vice- President, and Sharon Trawick, President. Wally Lee tries his luck at breaking the pinata while other Spanish members watch . One of the purposes of the "Los Osos Meiieanos," the Spanish Club, is to increase the ability of the members to speak Spanish. lt also furthers the students' know- Iedge of Spanish, Mexican customs, and their history. Interest in this club was increased during the year by the establishment of a language laboratory. Students can listen to records of Spanish in song or speech . Thel5 members and 22 pledges enjoyed a Mexican fiesta in May as a climax to the club's activities for the year. SPANISH Shown above are the Spanish Club officers: They are from left to right: Donald Hecker, President, Barbara Houston, Vice-President, Bill Kennedy, Parliamentarianp K. Jean Brisby, Secretary-Treasurer, and Wally Lee, Reporter. he purpose ofthe I9 member Library istants Clubis to render valuable rvice to the school and to gain nowledge in library work. The tudents chosen to work are picked or their dependability and efficien- RY- Awardsof T.A.L.A. pins and lava- lieres were given to students that Have been members at least one year . Activities included a trip to the Dal las air, a dinner at El Chico's, and tripto the state cpnvention in San f .-'-" AjlQ.I1l.O,.fl K -il!--f L4. Ja-0 Af' 'f Officers are Presidents Wayne ir, A Y AP! Vice-President Lila Aldridge, and f Secretary Wal ly Lee . ,,,. rf, The Library Assistants are from left to right on the top row: Wayne Spear, Betty Mc Kinley, Julia Mears, Wally Lee Nancy Hasley, Janette Watson, Peggy , l i Graham, Mary Ann Fouse, Patsy House. Front row: Lila Aldridge, Linda Hogue, Robbie Robertson, Mary Sue Leverett, Barbara Henley, Nancy Smith, Elliott Freeland, Edna Bailey, Barbara Verner, Karen Holloway, and Shelia Arrington. LIBRARY ..-"'frg27 ,ff ee ASSISTANTS Dean victory and Rosemary Jaden take time off from 1 'Clayton Warren practices on his slide rule for State . , , contest. ', their number to W T picture. X k J xy X 1 ' EX' Fig ,ifl,r. mlm had ff I I X !PA X , EJ f 4U W1 ya L x P . X U To prepare for interscholastic League e purpose of t s club is to prepare the f", competition is the purpose ofthe memben for interscholastic League Com- Number Sense Club. petition. Although thisclubhas only seven members, theywork hard and long for their SENSE Thisis a very small club, but the four members really work. This is evident by the fact that they took first and second in District competition. K Their activities include a ttip to Region- al Meet and they hope for one to State . They brag that for the last two years at least one GHS-er has gone to Tri State Meet. honors. they have won first and second In District and taken first and second places in Regional competition in l960. Three out of the past four years, they have wan two of the first three places in state competition. Thearpuigtaffaswell as the whole school lsfrproud this this club is a part of our sfstem. . RULE 69 SENICR u-ne: 1 w v f , I fs ' ,ir v if 1335. ff my ,f- .6 il J 1 5 Q, 1 1 2 fi C Lg-if baba, 3.151 . , , .4 . , ,M ' 'fs 1, .psi A 'P Af 'A' ' 5f1v gg , W,.L. , , Q MQMQHQX f 'sl , M - , , WSE, ' , -gm - Ln r. f :V ,'.q: 1, ftvfagggfffx 4 v mffzx, Af ig W,-, Q, M0 f f3?f1flfWf 2 Brmda fan elf o 7 Mas! Zfopular Girl l Us film lferry f w E f ' "'fA 'mff - -, i"?f'5'E'ii5' x 'Wlgf X ' .,,,,. W ' Mast 60urt3?Qus girl Aim lCilgarg? ? f -a,, -'+ ' ' '.Y,--J' Y V X .-M Rl' Q Miss GHS Brenda Sfansell Mr. GHS Mark Walters SENICR HIGH Most Beautiful Laurell Hammond Most Handsome Ronnie Stevens RUNNER-UPS is S, W Glenna Rush iff Most Popular Boy Mike Reynolds .Eyeg- L, Aktxf a, 1 4 m 5 W 1 S3 , A' Q 2 we M Jw .gr 29 Li VV, W-,gg1.3, R I , rf-5.,,,,,, "-,4,.gA-'?1Wn - TQQEYKJ .1-V , - M W iw ,mira 'M - nv 1 vw 1 ' " fu , M" '1' A A LAW in vf , f, . --2' '-'la ' DQ' A 'ni - .:,.:. - f zikqqfp 7 I:-35:1 :if ' ,-,fp T ' '3 if A f -az ' A A, 5 ,J Kwik ' ., 2 11 4. 1 " f ,,,.g,m- - . 4 , 1' ' i 1,.f" ,, " w,f1jL?,5'i".',-' + - , fff , .11 1 Y- 7 :ilk ' -, . Y ' 3418, gbewif-if w k in 1 , WR y , , 1,55 H,-.iq , .f , lid" x Y' 4 . "'.:"' W9 ' ff" .V ' ,ff ., P . 1 11 51575 M A fy s. 'ii' ,, A 1f.ygfI." 'rf' M d.1MZLI1ffA ' E Tir, . ,,.m5f5aff 4 - if 55 W v 5 74 3! new--'f Q1 " TV A I 1E?1td ,' X-gi? V H ,. 91' fxff-f'V,'g" :Elf a ',f"'-f 2 5, ,m,. 4,:,.,,2:,'X, f fwya K v u.:k,.'a",e,1L -j. fiffi .- 12: X , 1 " -QT-'Er f .-S45 'li' Y , f J -1 K 3' 1 .- .-aff LiwlQ5,?ii2i?5i"?'15 , Q ' Vi 'z-QE-J, H 1, ,Lf ,f?':k,'L fff. " , Q nfyff ' 4, A "wi, F., - laajk Most Courteous Girl Sue Matthews xr? Most Courteous Boy Leon Strickland SENIGR HIGH Personal ity Glrl Jerri White Personality Boy - Charles Attaway NNER-UPS Most Likely to Succeed Girl ' Linda Cook Most Likely to Succeed Boy Kenneth Lott I 'W to " :gs F- I ir Mi. 1 AL' Brenda Stansell Football Sweetheart This year near the end of the football season a girl from G.H.S. was elected by the Bear Foot- lball team to be this years Football Sweetheart. She was presented during the half time ceremonies ofthe Homecoming game. The finale part of the ceremony was the presentation of a kiss from the Bear captain . Laurell Hammond Future Fanners of America Sweetheart The Gladewater Chapter of the Future Famers of America elected a sweetheart to represent their club at the District convention in Texarkana. She was one of eight girls to compete in the contest. They were iudged strictly on beauty. Mary Heaberlain Basketball Sweetheart this year each class nominated a candidate Basketball Sweetheart. There were boxes pul in the hall and all money contributed mean vote toward their classes' candidate . The m is to be used for the senior class day. The sei classes' candidate was presented at the Bear's' game and was escorted by Charles Attaway. was presented carnations by James T. Ogg . Lee Ann Berry Band Sweetheart The Band Sweetheart is elected by popular V5 this years sweetheart holds the honor of bei: elected by acclamation. She was presented 1 halftime ceremony ofa football game . Her es were the president and vice-president of the ba , She was presented a charm and a large bouqd flowers during the ceremony. Sue Matthews Choir Sweetheart ,greathonor forahigh schoolgirl is to be elected noir sweetheart ofthe High School Chair. She 'as elected by the members of the choir to reign -lr the remainder of the year. Hubert Edmondson , Future Homemakers of America Beau This year the Future Homemakers of America has 'urnedanewleafbyelecting "Hooty" Edmondson, he only boy in the Gladewater Homemaking class, o be the l96l FHA beau. He cooks and does all he other activities which are accomplished by the FHA. Cl arwanda Dawson Valentine Sweetheart The Valentine season brings about the election of the Valentine Sweetheart. All GHS students are given a chance to vote before the ballots are tabulated by the Bear Facts staff. Our Valentine Sweetheart was revealed in the next edition of the Bear Facts. Elaine McMullen Halloween Queen Every yearduring the Halloween season each class nominates a Halloween Duchess. The queen is determined by the sale of Halloween carnival tickets and any other iobs which are available. The class with the most money has the honor of having their duchess crowned. The crowning is a big eventon the night of the Halloween Carnival. Gloria Ray Brenda Siansell r Cheerleaders Susan Minier Jerri White Clarwancla Dawson Sharon Trawi ck FAVCRITES Lee Ann Berry Drum Major Carol Ann Meason Asst. Drum Major MAJQRETTES Mary Heaberlin X J I' r 9 V 5 'Q fwfr ii r V - ',': QI f-:.'- fag: W i f Pofrhaff Mary Ann Oder 1 1 Paula Jones JUNICR HI gg- . .K Q. . ,,,, 4 . ..x :-1" ' . rcs-,-,xv . 1 3, . .- ff . ,.,x A., , .,K, 1 . T .gg- 1 m 1' . ,, 'l"'f' V-. rm, . R E ve' '3 vm K . , 'Y' V ffl, 4 W J Vw . 'fp .pf . w i'ggi1.'r' 'QM wa' H-,554 A' '- ..g, 7 we if! . nl. 5, ,V ,, ,., ,, I ,W A. ,Hr H ' -1. A lisa- , fig. . gig Biff? M T-. 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W . fvii iil GW P 3553 A 'X V . i A -- gi -A , qw A L35-5, ., L M f 2 ,ff ff 3 ff f 1 frlli 'N' f 2 n , ,...,-K Q., J. , P. n1:M,.,,.fw wwmwmfyvsrmfnr u.f.M ,V f-wN.u-My w.,aa.:,nff,.:' .fmnwf f Hfmnwwwxwzwammwwm-ummm Mosf Beautiful Barbara Massey Mosf Handsome Larry Sorrel ls JUNIGR HIGH Mos? Popular Girl Cheryl Hunf Most Popular Boy Joe Thornton RUNNER'UPS Most Courreous Boy Jackie Jones Most Courreous Girl Jane Morrison Personality Girl Nan cy Wood if-3 Personal ity Boy Kenny Barrow W I D 3 JUNIGR HIGH M RUNNER-uPs 5 Best All Around Gurl Janne Lange Best All Around Boy John Bates r.Lf . E2 H .,A , - E., .A.V m X ' V lx The elghfh grade cheerleaders are, from left to righf: Gloria McMInn, Janie Lange, Jackie HEERLE DERS The seventh grade cheerleaders are, from left fo rlghh Karen Marrs, Claudia Houser, Rosalie Houser, and Nancy Rogers. Johnson, and Pam Truwlck. , H! ,, FAYJGRITES ' K, xg U 56 -fffffwk, X M96 Wffdvgfmg MYZWM ' ,g,,,,C pUXQ1fQM? WW Q?w gzfA4wM, 3 iQ7,4Zf7Wva,6Cf62f'Cf-"fad lv Zu mbywffeyfiwc Ww7 WW Qlfdfafalgaff 44,420 p A 47'C'f" fcfbcf ,f l jjlfcfvdf jbdaff aww X440 gl' w,QL7fv Wwwwymfwmw cwwc U4 MMWIL ,WM ,cfffbzzfmfy 151465 7 ,,e,fa-ffuf.,czf,VW7,Gz,4.,.,a 'gag xg! ,ZCc,g-Qglpaxd MMV if ,awww 55240 W ,jfuo ,aw-cf N0 75a 0C Jiwqgrffw wwf!! L Jazz. 'S' ! fjywwvivfwv- QW ,QA W ' no 5'-1 ZW QQ-5vQJn+5'z,0 .. d X O k w . I l Y 1 1 91' Kl'T'l",'-Cora-gvou kfy'x+zs7'Q,o,,A,9c 2.+7z C-E-022' I , , ,xi 1, , SENIOR HIGH Lx 5 EQ ff? exit-Q B Eejii aff FTE UI. 3 1 5 , ,itil , Y. yy r SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS i if V 54 S pa ijjsgggfch rJ1- 3123 .'3ii'?5LZ1"' Q The Senior Class officers are perhaps the most active officers af GHS. They are Gary Beckworfh, Vice Presidenfp William Hatton, Parliamenfarianp Rosemary Jordan, Secrefaryp and Bob Crouch, President. William Hatton Rosemary Jordan Parliamentarian Secretary SENIOR A'l'l'AWAY, CHARLES Band '58-'60 Favorite runner-up Choir '55-'57 cLAss BELL, JOHN Student Council '60-'6l Spanish Club'58-'59 Choir '58-'6l BEASON, DON Baseball '59-'6l Golden Gloves Champ '6l Basketball '57-'59 BECKWORTH GARY Varsity Foorball Vice Pres Senior Class Student Council BELL, MYRNA Halloween Princess '57 J.C.L. '57-'6l TreasurerFresh. Class BERRY, LEE ANN Drum Maior '59-'6l Student Council Sec. Pres. Junior Class S.-,pn BURGESS DAVID Football 55 59 Track '58-'6l Art Club '55-'60 SENIOR CLASS BURGIN, DONNA Band Annual Staff Bear Facts BLAND, DAVID Choir '58-'6l Science Club '58 ET Shop Exhabirim '57-'59 CANNON MIKE Band Annual Staff '60-'6l FFA BROOKS, ROBERT HomeroomPres. '57,'6O Personality Runner-up '60 Ag. Club CARRINGTON, LINDA Choir Sweerhearl '57-'58 Spanish Queen '59-'60 FHA Preslclenl' '60-'6l Q-Q K, . , , . I A , , Q 1 'f .7212 ,df ,p.:', 111 . . ,,. hw .,.,, T-x,.'.y..L-1 lf, ' 'iz f Aw I l if .. 1 S, , 5 ,- i,,.,,, Q 'fm-1.':!'.. 1 .4.,g,r 11'.5'3x'." 4 , . -1- ffa ,,- , ,,. nf: V' ,-. A1 Q ax i fgig T 3 gf 25 fj ' ' A f an gliffaffv 'A .Jia 'vii 'S . , , . 1 CAUSEY, JOHN Choir '55-'57 Ag. Officer '58 Annual Staff "60-'6l SENIOR CLASS CHESHIRE, BERTHA Paper Staff Annual Ari' CHESHIRE, BETTY Paper Staff '57-'58 Annual Ari '60-'6I YN ll. CAUSEY, SHARON FNA '59-6l FHA '57-'6l Choir '58-'60 CAWTHON, CLAUDE Sports Eclifor '6l Ari' Editor '59-'60 Bear's Tale '59-'6l CROUCH, BOB Mr. GHS '60-'6l President Sr. Class All-Dist. FootbaII'6O-'6l DAWSON, CLARAWANDA Bear Cheerleader Dish Miss FTA NHS SENIOR CLASS EDMONDSON, HUBERT Vice-Pres. Drama Club Bear Facfs '60-'6l spo.-rs '55-'59 C357 DIFFIE, SANDRA NHS '59-'6l Halloween Queen Candidate Vice Pres. FNA ELLIOTT LAVERNE Bear s Tale 59 6l lst. Assoc. Ed., BF '60-'6l NHS '56-'57 'i 3 DUNAGAN, PAT Choir '58-'60 FREELAND, MELVYN All-Sfare Band Managing Ed., Bear Facts Pres. , Crimson Masque AN an- ' -F1 FHA 60 6l Bear Facts '60-'6l SENIOR GAEEE, LINDA Choir Homemaking CLASS 5. t h y , fe .. A , Y ' f 4, ' . H "as ' 4 vsp, GRAYSON, KAYE , M Choir Y National Honor Society Science Fair Winner If GAGE, RONALD ' Vice-Pres. Ag. '60-'6I H t Ag. Officer '58-'59 U 41, D.E. Officer '59-'60 Y ' R' F L P ,' 'il 4 ' My fr lvl , gpg: f7fg,I HAGANHWILLIE I , ,'51i5'f'1,, h jig-,Aff Q' 9th Grade Parlimanterian '57 ,Q 2 -1 N S f5?fi'1f"':lfrf'LB4 ,N 'rf roofbun '55-'bl ,AQ f 3 A - 1 iTa15.sf:'f,, Q j Personality Boy '57 4, 3,4 iw A 4 5 E .V.V :fzfgkfgg i'i'w.fi- A' ,YEA if " . " is ,sr Tai A yi Sf L :f3Qfirri'f2r X t j ' A' GRAY, BRENDA FHA Reporter '60-'6I Bear Facts '60-'6l FNA '59-'60 -ri .'- - 4.4 , HALL, ANITA NHS '59-'6l Student Council '58, '60 FTA '59-'6l SENIOR CLASS Basketball Sweetheart '61 Maiorette '59-'6I 41 V FTA '60-'6I HANSON, LYNN Choir '55-'6l Spanish Club '57-'59 'C' Wpzstl " 4 'I xx I' ,JI 1 1 HASLEY, NANCY Choir '57-'6l TALA '59-'6I FHA Tres. '60-'6I HIGGS, ANITA JCL Future Teachers of America Bear Facts alt., 41 HOLLAND, IRIS National Honor Society Becr's Tale '60-'6l Honor Roll 60 6l HATT ON, WILLIAM Most Likely to Succeed NHS '59-'6I Sports '58-'6I Yarra , . SENIOR CLASS' HUNT, DOSS Choir '57-'60 Spanish '57-'58 All-State Choir Alf. HORN , GAYLE Boxing Agriculture JONES, EARL FFA '57-'6I Art '55-'57 Wood '57-'6l HOUSTON, EVELYN Homeroom Sec. FNA Band '56-'60 1 A WWQ .n JORDAN RONNIE Basketball 59 6l All Math Courses Isf Place Slate Arf Exib. I HUMPHRIES, DONALD FFA Pres. '60-'6l Q51 Varsl fy Foofbclll 1,-4.17. 1 'J gL FFA Vice-Pres 58- 59 ,. 1,f'.Q, - 1 N al, ,.- -. Q-f ' 'nr ' u "X . l L+ 7 f JIM ,Q SENIOR CLASS , JORDAN, ROSEMARY Betty Crocker Homemaker of Tomorrow, State State, Number Sense'59 Belor Pants, Editor I LEE WALLY Vlce Presldent NHS 60 6I FTA 59 6I JCL 57 6I KNIGHT, DONNA Personality Girl '57-'58 'Q FTA Vice-Pres. NHS 58 LYTLE SHARON Future Nurses of Amerlca National Honor Socnety 'L If 5 oy-7 LAFERNEY, RAY NELI. FHA '60-'6l Arl' '55-'60 Bear Facts '60-'6I MCMULLEN, ELAINE 2nd, Assoc. Ed., BF 60 6I Q Student Council '60-'6I Youth Center Board '60-'6I 4QS t, Y I-Q KING, SIDNEY Football Duchess '57-'58 Choir Librarian'58-'59 FNA '59-'60 MARTIN, JIMMY Best All Round Boy '57-'58 Football '55-'59 ,Darn ,v X115 -la T' if 3 'EQ SENIOR CLASS Band 57 6I MATHEWS, DONALD Bond '55-'58 Mech . Drawing '59-'60 Wood Shop 58 6I MATTHEWS, SUE Chonr 58- 6l Choir Sweetheart '60-'6I JCL '58-'59 MOOSSY, VICTOR Sports Choir Bear Facts MORRIS, LINDA Band '55-'6l JCL '58-'59 FHA '55-'56 MEAD OWS MATT IE FRANCES V' Band 56 60 Tres., JCL '59-'60 Drama Club '60-'6I MEARS, J ULIA Sec ., Homeroom '60-'6I Choir 57 6I NEWKIRK, NEVA National Honor Society Reg. Shorthand winner Future Teachers of America Bear Facts '6O- 6I 4 'D SENIOR CLASS STANSELL, BRENDA Football Sweetheart '60 6I All State Chour 59 6I NH 59 6I RAY, GLORIA NHS '60-'6I Cheerleader FTA fan 4 STEVENS RONNIE Student Council Class Favorutes Sports -vu 21' fu.. T' RICHEY, SANDRA Speech 58 60 FHA '58-'6I Cafeteria Worker '56-'6I TUCKER, RONNY Football '55-'56 Spanish Club '59-'60 Bear Facts '60-'6I RUNNELS, JERRY Band VERNER, BARBARA TALA '58-'6I Choir '56-'59 Bear Facts '60-'61 SMITH, EDWARD Pres., FFA '56-'57 Vice-Pres. Homeroom '57-'58 Ist. Solo 8. Esemble '57-'60 "'P if f-3? l ai ,, ..,-1 WAGGONER, SHERRY Arf Edilor '59-'6I Inferscholasfic League Typ. Annual Staff '58-'6l WALLACE, NANCY FHA Vice-Pres. '60-'6I Football Duchess '59-'60 Jr. Class Pcrliamentarian MALTERS, MARK Pres., Student Council '60-'6l Most Popular '60-'bl Co-Captain, Foofboll '60-"6l WARREN, CAROLYN Football Duchess '6l Maioreffe '59-'6l NHS '60-'6l SENIOR CLASS WARREN, CLAYTON ROY Drama Club All Stale Choir '60-'6l Choir '58-'6l WELTON, PAT Choir JCL Archery Club '55-'56 YATES, PHILLIP Annual Staff '60-'6l Choir '55-'57 Printing '59-'6l YOUNGBLOOD, PATSY Hisf. FHA '60-'6I Choir '58-'6I News Editor BF 60 6I 116 JUNIOR CLASS pl ' X CFFICERS .. - . Ronnie Moore -qjgwc - Leon Strickland President Vice-President I' Lurlene Driskill Ann BGTSS Secretary Treasurer 'Q The class officers are one of the more important groups at G.H.S. Those elected by the Juniors this year are Barbara Carrington, Reporter, Lurlene Driskill, Secretary, Ronnie Moore, President, Leon Strickland, Vice President, Ann Bates, Treasurer, and Jack Butler, Purliunentarian. Barbara Carrington Jack Butler , Reporter Parliamentarian di F ' X lall ' fs Q li, 14? 5? 4 ' ii L , 4: 7 Q ibigy ,Q-4' . W 'Y ls " ML 1 ,. , 54, ,,5':f' 1.57 15,251 ,- 1 . 414: V l f , iggznf, -11,1 Junior Class Aldredge, Faye Alexander, Lena Anderson, William Applegate, Donald Alchley, Richard - Bailey, Lee Barrow, Viclor Bates, Ann Breaking, Barbara Bonds, Gary i Bowden, Janevf Brewer, Hell ie Blear, Loretta Butler, Jack Byrd, Jannetle Carrington, Barbara Chamberlain, Jim Connally, Jim Copeland, Max Caolc, Linda Cappedge, Virginia Q Criddle, Willie Daniel, Jerry , Daniel, Sondra 117 Junior Class Dean, Dorofhy .- ' Dixon, Carol Driskill, Lurlene xj 1? H3 45 Qi ' X ' QPQNE, N, Estes, John " 1 41" Q ' L, W Formby, Donald ' Formloy, Ronald Foster, Evelyn Fowler, Peggy CU D fig, Garner, Peggy I Guthrie, Margie Hammond, Laurell "3 ll L Hagen, Willie K 31 -- 'P-'Jim -fwfr"-D f ,QQ I ilk! i Q I , D Mf- f S 7 5 1 'rw' ' '- ' 11,2 51 .g 5: J 1 1 ' . .51 ' 151. 11 U, rf 1 If -1.1 I h C34 LL , J 7,5 X-.fl , .- , ' Harrell, Peggy' ' Henley, Bill Henson, Richard 'lll Henson, Wanda ix ri? 1, wi :X I1 Av' 5, A Holcombe, David Howard, Dwight V Jackson, Frances Jimmerson, Jerry N.. ,f3?k N' if Jones, Paula f K- 'wi 1 KennedY, Bill V it 1 - Kilgore, Ann 5. Krumml Evelyn ilifff ,,,r - f llfrrig '19 fig- , fig if -" vu ..s W, y .J if-1 'J , l I ' 'lin , 493' t s- i ,, 91 0 nfl: . if' , 3? - 1 iq?-x Sl NM 1 r I l Sf 4 . J 49 if 1' 1 4. ri 1 X in Ti l ffl 5 V' , s , 1 ?. X E, A -Y "' sg 7, 4 M , L 'A ..k'.- v i saga i 1 9' .A i":':"" ' Quo ' ek ' ,, .-.'.w,f.' aw,- , qu ,- M 5 40.0 'q0Ol.:n!x ff of' 4 no , 'fo f wJ . ... . A Y, 'fa u ann ' if , .nl 12. 'iicoaolgsgls alia- 'NSI 55' ,zz-5-rrgwf-"I3ge f "HUP au' X "-'SL S81 opp go A s s. 5 .. in Q ' 6 1 . "nn, f v ' l' r xr , s if - Msg, 1. ,. f" ' as 7 " 2 , R2 A M 4 vt!" L 1 , , A 'f 5:5 , "-'13'7'l"2lL ' . 1 - fl , i . , 1' 'K gh., - . .Q . . 4 , 1 'Y 5 ' A .4 4"" V! .,.. Junior Class Lone, Eldene Lawless, Sleye Loft, Kenneth V- L' . Mcfflfiesney , Rosenidry . ff' ",b' 'W Mccleyn nah , Joe MCFCfdlH'T iccarql Q Q2 M.. Tl-I M'mYerr13vwrT ' "mir" 32 R. , . x A 1 Moore , Ro nme A 3 Money, Sondra , :aff Q is Nicholas, Alvie E iw' . . - .f 'sw 2,Xf,'A i Nixon, Glendo?fW5 T? ' I f Q- V1.4-5 f . , s . Q W-fx Q23 , My ,, . ,. i'fm3xIg,jW.sf,-fhfidg Q A I Osteen, Jay Owen, Ellencler 5 Phillips, Billy Peorce, Dennis .31 3 5 f .I f im ww! 5 X-fowlfmm, K WML " Wm, A r MKoy RR R E W I Prozak, Beverly Reynolds, Mike Rhinehurl, Kennefh Roberts, Condred Robertson, Ronnie 4lRose, Johnnie Rogers, Wodel 119 e K f. Junior Class Rotramel , June Glenna- 53,55 epherd, Jo n .k,f rrstss .fysirx -. S 1w1sz.F5ITf1, f ' fag, M.:141,P,i,i:5fiV., I 3 ' ' wif A A - E E A Sharplf Gwendolyn 32 -- 'Slogn, Qwken Q:::,.i,.f? 'X S"0YY',,f'iliX 45,,,.,f-25, ' Qpelr, Wqyne ww' 'if at . i WN W lg: X fl Es 5 , Y-1 1 gyajfonselsl, Donna- Strlclcland, Leon 3 t , ,jSwg9ringen, Mcilflnfff-' , gg sfifqlslenf, John Q31 is W gf 1, Q Xi Tenery, Sandra Thomas, Betty if Thornton, Wayne Turman, Jerri' Ag. . ' x V ,.V,. Q .4 , K ,IKH ' Van Houten, Danny Walker, Connie Walters, John Watson, Brenda Watson, Donna White, Jerri Willoughby, Jaunita Wilson, Douglas J 1 l f '37 ' '? A 'E tis, 3 , , David Payne President Mary Jo Hancock Se cretary ,-Q -..Q Lee Earl Hatton Parliamentarian SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS The Sophomore Class has elected these people to rep- resent them in school activities. It is this group's res- ponsibility to make choices and slove problems wisely, so that their class will receive the most possible benefit . J ff James Burgess Vice-President fi' K Jean Brisby Treasurer 1' " ,. f ' 5? '5QQ.,' 9 L' Patsy Lindsey Reporter Sophomore Class Alexander, Latricia Atchley, Keith Beckworlh , Carter Brewer, George Bflsbyl K. Jean Burago, Alla Burgess, Jimmy Cannon, Barbara Cary, Richard Causey, Opal Chamberlain, Jack Cockerell, Sylvia Cowan, Sue Davidson, Edwin Davis, Johnny Dennis, Colleen Elrod, Scott Evans, James Falls, Carol Ann Farrer, Jerry Featherstone, Sau ndra Q' f , 'K 5 er I .W ,W ggmw. , 4 'A 2152:-'Y "f, L12 'F' EC 5 gl V 1. Fletcher, Vir9inia E J I if v 1, ls , I f N f if S' 1 lb All ,- ffll ' ' -9' my . MW 'Y VJ ' 31, ' A i Q fi . ' ,ff ' N , W4 ! I N W f 'il 4 .. . ,,,v 'fy X ' Q Q, ff I? 1. Y X J X, Xi l sb ll W 6 ga, r- . an X 71 Q 00 lf, f f ,- -4 Y ff f X xx , , l,,, 'Q , J vi 1 S A ff' , L F 5 . H 61. , 5.1 3 im' i l 11' V ' .5 ' X ' i 3:31 l f e ic' 7 0 Q? 'Q 'gf' JQWWV' ' V54 W. Mall' ,N ' A fi 'O Q P4 Ayygg if Q 44,8 r.. ,W M E ,iff-' ,fx .gn 'K' K I , ,,,..? R . ' 'A W'.k 5 li' . 'll la: 'N 3' I 4 ar 'Z ,f . ?!, ..,' 'iv 1,-fig! y me -e Mikey,gc,1if-11sf't1az.t1f::ts3Ws'1,f A , ' Wi" Sophomore Class X l I l , iff' ' .Q fy l L 13 'HM if P . - V wif 5 1 1 , all X ' V Y -, i f , I . L-fvw li, , Q 'W X ' ' , ff we Ag - , ' " ff - A Wiifs fig? 7 Lg ' ' J - , N ? 'lf P ft , 'f"'qij1.j+ 3 , 'i 1 5 ' ' -'.L ' ' ' - ' .. ' 4 egg, ' 1 J -5 Qffifl ' V 4 ,, ' " ., . 4 , , XX f T ' 'ii X ' 1 , 1 Q 5 me ' .- ,K -31 f ' l xg e . izzs, t gf. 5- ' Fouse, Mary Freeland, Sandra Fritz, Vemon Gage, Del sq b Gage, S e ' , ' lv Game:-,X H6h2er - ,V Garref .yllls VT- K, it 5 l rrr, it .1 , SNK .. y r Gu L ns, 'Q V Griam, Ati. ,Elk l f., l ' a t M,"'LLf5l'lGmlIlOhd,' ar yn 1. L K :A X Q - I X,XfYfxy 5 if if'-Q"QN.f"J'. - A 2 is,NMack, 3 X url 'rxlameie . ,X Pe 'X -, f 3 ,fr-fi awnings ,gl . y .lj , L J 'ii Haberlain, Sammi Hill, Don Holsapple, Clarance Houston, Barbara Jones, Ross Janes, Wayland Kilgore, Linda Lindsey, Patsy 123 I , a is I Ann J- ,,. " L H fa -3' V l,M.i,.- - I SOPHOMORE CLASS Lovolayl, Elaine Myer, lick lfcCaurt, Diane x l ', N s - f f YN -.. -1 '-on l f 4 ,, I 0" df U! "I ' Jimm P899 - , Tom ewman, k ' Norrls, George Norris, Ronni Nolan, Fr x- Q N .55 r 'l 5 2 v i X a 5 Q Y If Q 3 ,Q e fu fax-5242? no 2 J was Ya if T gg t :L . Q: I s i H l r l ",,,, f Oder - A 1191- A V- - - .113--' ...., , O'Brlan, Joe Jdm Parrish, Kan Payne, Davld Prafer, Bob Rice, Don Rlcks, Micheal Roberts, Patti Sl1lPPf Clarann 1 'N . 31 " 5, X' HQ g. XX 1., x 1 .l... . , X .,, 1 x ' I , Ev Jifi l bc' . ' 4' Ufl l I 'ryan r : '13 ' 1 'V s 33 - L V cf, 4 rl L ..'f"'i I . f Q-. r- H l v if -sg l uh - Q a 1 gxk 5, . '4'.Juvf0-,fJ:':,3' -X ,Q ,r law Un, ' -L f J 'll l Ml .nl --- 4- fn f ' , , ' ' ,-'f.':r, -, r, S, ', x f ' 4 W. 'x 5 W .w 5' xx ' ' V iw! " , . 7 , , . ,555 . E nl S 1: . "'Y '78 'Q :-R' -, X -1 t, ' nf if if XX . f t ' if ... K, . ,. f I Sophomore Class ShiPP1 Glenn Simmons, John Spenser, Mickey Stegall, Karla Stillwell, Sue Strong, Tono Tullent, Melvin Tipton, Tip Thompson, Martha Thorten, Martha X fr 16, f of t , 1 eu i ' . ,, x ' X li ., A yofl, " 'U ,J 'ig kj, W 1 I Q., 3: z' l X f I .......... Y..::f:::2. ::::2g::::::::35, R, ,J A Kg, 'lv -rg 13- W Q-r Trawick, Sheron Truel, Joel Valentine, Wayne : . ,X P Walters, Nancy Watson, Leo Watson, Jeanette Warren, Thecla Williams, Ina Fay Williams, LaRue Wells, Cone Wilson, Melvin - :qc 1 I , - , 5 30.-e GF-ET 3 'W56 55' 15. 6 6 3 1 33- a 1 xo .L 5 JUNIOR I xi Q06 Q L5., ...i 'Q 'LB xq Q 3 6 q3G32. ' + wax 35 A H5223 I '49 GH CLASSES FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS President Vice-President Larry Nixon Jackie Jones Secretary- Tres. Sheryl Hunt lnf order to have a governing body of their own, the 'Ninth 'Grade has chosen this group of officers. The Frejunan Class Officers strive to help their class make the important decisionsgiven them to make . This group, iustascending into Senior Hidw School, will someday re- oreaent the highest officers in the school. Parliamentarim Reporter Joe Thomton Jane Morrison Z" 1. r 1 g 'S . 4? " AY. 2 L 4. . A 5 fy .- , J . ' l V 'Q' ggi 5 ,QA V Z ' fu ' Q , fig! .,,.L - for 1' IKM., 'iii FRESHMAN CLASS ,S X "Q' TZ' L V V Aldredge, Lyla If Q! , M Adams, Johnny V "L'- J J rf? Anderson, Jollie 'fd' J 'M Aftaway, James V? ' Q 1 34 1 ' 4 . , Audus, Sandra ' , , , Bailey, Edna 1 ll :Liu 1 Bailey, Ronald - -I milf: 'Ulm ggmgn f, . ,I Barfield, Sandra rj 62' 'P , Bates, John Beasley, David - - Beck, Faye , W .3 .- Blalock, Kenneth 'lla 4,53 fx 'Lf Kgs J Q lf 4 Bobeffe, Wanda ' Bogue, David Booth, Thomas . N, l A. il lin Brown, Steve , 42 h . l me . . . X -1 A Y.-3 Buckelew, Phnllus , 5 4-1 r , 7 Q r jg- xx Bunt, Frankie j V. ' Cockerell, Gloria f Cagle, Paul fr 1.2 FRESHMAN CLASS Mary Helen Cannon Suzzane Carr Johnny Crifenclen Perry Cowan Gary Day Gary Dodson David Estes Mike Formby Billy Fowler Ann Fisher Hurshel Gage Barbara Green Patricia Green Don Greafhouse John Gullmman Alfa Hanson Randall Hill Gary Henry Barbara Henley Richard Hobbs Patsy House K V. -.l wwwfl if K,rL ff . ,f 8-K ' 'Fair sf' V ,rin B i H, ' i l? 1 Ym- F' Nh, ,fi"l1fX,l3f'r 3 :S l, gdplg. - f fix ff' - ry 'iefifi 1,5 'K 335.151 11" r y 3 wi ff 5' l 'QEQQF11' - - 42' ,-'- mi3EiQ1'5q: , 3, , 'fr-fr! ,gf .Q-,,. ,,,V Q ,V Q i? Q K " ll i3kzNl7'l' i 'fi J l'r,. Y -. X. X x -Y '- B ' A B G - ' Milf 3 -, ,, RY . K ' ly N51 f 'Y .-4"-A 4 '. - if 1 J Sw' 3 A YS, 'A W . 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Cecil Jones Earl Jones '5 ' K 5 ...WY A l bs Jackie Jones V 1 'ft 8 5 Harold Keller ' Bobby Don Kield GY?" 5 " 7 Lomaine LaParde ' Cheryl Lee Charles Loftis Barbara Mossey Sandra Martin , ' k,,,., ' NL Y ,,,. 1 krvkr. fi ' Jf'CqUQ!inPMff!fllfQxQ Gary W...-sa., 1 Wayne Mew, , , lffig PQffi,c1Q,MsJ.1!fpn .-b A I ' , .fi 131 FRESHMAN CLASS Lavon Meadows Gerald Mears Jamds Meritt Bubba Mol1on Johnny Moore Joy Lee Morris Pamela Morris Jane Morrison Larry Nixon Linda Norris Patsy Parrish Getchen Preston ff V Q ms , , ,,,,, Q I s, . 5 , Q -. x ' M" , sv R -1 vi. fi ' I. v P 6: I. 3 it +5 . V ., L, A , xx M , -:V ' gee fl? V J l P 'E rw 2 -Q, Wanda Proctor , - ,A A if Wesley Ray Pg up M . X David Reynolds ' Rutha Robertson ' - D , fi , tl A ' ral f 3 "' 7 fv fbi Q ,. , X . 1 1 , 5 K W 4 , Fx!! Q"- , f'7V 'L 1 4:55 g P, Robby Robertson ' W i . , I g,.h fs Gerald Roe ,,,, 'X , '. Q V j 'Q 1 ' QL V 3 Beffy Remy J 5 55 5, : '1 ,. W v , .. in V - X V V Le-rw Svlfvr fi " ' frs ' lla "rl R "' Johnny igwyer YTQLA wa 3 Zi fix 2: I xc ' R. f l ' ws : ' 3 ' 'il' 'l32 ss. - 9, FRESH MAN CLASS l l I f ' as . I-. s xx . 1 , sg J . T f 1 N ,. .. Q '98 1 I QQQ P V liek Q f 'Q f, 7 ... W vu 1 . ' A - 5 7 f i 5 3 5 fl at ' I v I "sl, fs - , X ., S fi. 4., X i , D xl 4, . QQ rry rrels . ' e , - xg erry Watson ' Melodie Wel Caro yn 't . Mary W ol' Winn Beverly Willoughby Nancy Woods Ronnie Wright wiv 5-A . ll . I is Ed Wright Qane Valentine Dean Victory Charlie Valdefaruo ' Katie Young j . .:.-+41 f. .lf , i' z E .1 mx EIGHTH GRADE CLASS OFFICERS 1 We '- 625 5 , , iflgk .1.-3.5 X X .V kill Earp Pnlbnt Claire Hamilton Secretary The students of the Eighth Grade have elected these people to represent them at GHS. These officers work with the officers of other classesin planning ac- tivities that would interest the student body. They also plan Eighth Grade projects such as ' working for their candidate for Halloween Queen. f-If Q 'Jimmy Bowden Rex Copeland Reporter Parliamentarian Pam Trawick Vice-President Esther Cox Treasurer I 34 , ' 'E 3 K. ., ,A x- 12 79.4 C x C 'TI' ,y Ziggy: - , EIGHTH GRADE " P E , .X yy., in 1 , -' A L. -Iii. gf" ,, ,ff C I ., ,B 1' rs :Ev il f ' :gf f ' l 1 -V ' J A 1355 . 5 .- , 'tix CT 3 i ' 1 is KX X Nl up ii: .1 ii ll i 311.1-QQ W? .."' , V 'H 4- an r . 5 if J xx! if if WIN i l Arrington, Sheila Barrow, Kenny Beasley, Betty Bell, Carolyn Bowles, Jimmeff Bracken, Earlene Brian, Dan Brooking, Ranny Brown, Perrilyn Bruner, Anneffe Burgin, Vaudeane burrows, David Burt, Nita Bufler, Mary Cain, Brenda Campbell, Carolyn Carnuff, Paula Causey, Kafheryn Chamberlain, Marshall EIGHTH GRADE Cox, Ester Crump, Bonita Daniel, Theresa Earp, Jackie Elliot, Jerry Fields, Amy Lou Fouty, Allen Freeland, Elliot Gage, Donald Gage, James Garner, Wanda Gosdin, Carolyn Green, Sarah Hanson, James Hamilton, Claire Harris, Dian Harrison Hart, V 'y Q lx ' ig if 4 ,S 1 J' Q sf. 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A fl- X L Il Q K ' F s ii I P 'I " . g 2, . 2 X. .f .Mu .. , f, A , , Heaberlain, Linda Hilton, Dayle Humphrey, Mark Jimmerson, Delbert Johnson, Ken Johnson, Jackie Johnson, Roland Jones, Eddie Kelly, Connie King, Cafherine Kuykendall, Gary Lange, Sarah Jane Lasfer, Carlton Logsfon, Linda McClennen, Richard McFerren, Martha McKinley, Sandra MoMinn, Gloria Lachlnmin-can .. ,..'-1 EIGHTH GRADE Mahony, Ann Maflock, Marsha Maxwell, Lynn May, Judy Mills, Charles Minter, Diane Minter, Donald Morris, Patricia Norris, Linda Owen, Carolyn Oxford, Mickey Pain, Behy Pdlffiil, Tommie Perry, Allen Phillips, Dick Phillips, Kaihy Pierce, Chewy Pierce, Joann of W M "' ,Q-5 F, Tv- . , A 'I 1 -Q f i 4 ' 7' i 'v t'? W , - Ig: Y 5 1 ? . -M M J.--1 5 qi- -'riff ,. , fi? w w +V ,:'1 -5 'fyzfgfjf 'ffilf , . 1 ' .' rl 9? i P in -cr f W f. -li ,v -V g Q f :I . 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J' "," 'AH'--'T2"v 1 1 .gr ,nl EIGHTH GRADE Pierce, Larry Reed, Chuck Richard, Gary Ricks, Sammy Rinehart, Lucretia Robinson, Bob Robinson, Roy Lee Rogers, Bobby Rose, Elaine Singleton, Patsy Smith, Allerya Spears, Marilyn Stokes, Beth Thomton, Barbara Trawick, Pamela Wallace, Billy White, Chris Wiikins, Mary qwllliams, Charles Williams, Jim Yates, Joy Nell in 139 SEVENTH GRADE CLASS CFFICERS v ' Y Jimmy Louvier President Dennis Moore Claudia Houser Vi ce-President SeC"efQ'Y This new year of I96l brought in new stuclents from surrounding elementry schools, and these six officers were chosen by the Seventh Grade to be their officers this year. They will work with their class throughout the year to show their importance to the school. Ron Roebuck John Mauldin Margie Topping Treasurer Parliamentarian Reporter -, ,. iff' . W Q r , A T ,V sh , L mem' ff , r e-, , .K . V WW' fx-f 5 ,lj , fit ' -isp Y lfv k ,. , i 2. Egfr K . fgiggzv 1 1 r :js . '35, ff, 1 1 ' . 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V 'X lu ll 'W ', . ff ,Q f Al ' 1 In R ,... , y s -5 ' 5- ,L ' ll '77"' f5" ""- fi ,E 4 'w i " 'fefimim at -- Hanson, Travis Homiter, Franklin Heard, Jimmy Heartsel, Yvaunet Heath, Jason Henry, Mark Henson, Barbara Henson, Sherry Higginbotham, Felton Hilton, Robert Hogue, Larry Holland, Doris Hoppe, Warren Houser, Claudia Houser, Clifford Houser, Rosalee Huggins, Donnie Hyden, Raymond if 143 Jernagin, Curtis Jemagin, Kiefh Johnson, Candy Jones, Franklin Jones, Judy Jordm, Jimmy Karnes, Audrey Knight, Diana Kukendall , Gale Lange, Tommy Lansdale, Charles Lawless, Linda LeBus, Ann Ledbetfer, Gwen Lee, Doug Liddhlll, Margret Lindsey, Lois Faye Loffis, John SEVENTH GRADE i we M K A ' 12, .4 l, ' , Q , -K 55 .. ,Iv A s g' V H' f EW E 4- ve ' A , ,v , k y -I -. .aykft W. J Y H ff ' ' E ,4 m - , 5 Q , fig V . gf , V, ' -X, E K x - ,Wt , ' 1 V ' ga5g'1,,,,,',"' ?i4 . E, J ' 5. Mqgitww - 1 J -'i.g,f-J . '1 1 f l r X L for .. fl, .,,. ' el i f x, 1 . L:-f ' A -V 1 5 .J 5 ' Ai ' A ,, , . 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I MHWLEUM f L NTS W ,rm . f ir jg i -M ZA T, The staff of the Gladewater High School Bear's -J e cl e e Ire student bo wou ike o thank the merchants for purchasing an od for our sc ool annual t out t eir erest a o o eration, he printing ofthe l96l annual wou not have been possible llll'll-lu lr , ' X Tal X i. P an th nt' dy ldl t . Wi h h int nd c -j t ' ' ld, t c x , . . A ' dfsnaffa Q il ' ,! E l il it -,1 V ,pf x f .1 rn -11 sq- .tux-4f-unc-gi -.v14.-a::.,q.::::: zzzpzzszxzxzaaz 1 :z :xi z:::::: ::1i::: 2101010101114 Builcler's Supply Co. "Everything for the Builder" Day Phone 2434 Night Phone 3386 -,:x::,::,::::,::,:3:1221:2:32,:x:g:,::,:L::.Fs:: A :Imax ,.::s::-.::f-i,:... .. ' V 0 0 , Llfll Marine Service CHILDS FOOD STORE 4 1 I 3 Gill' H t ales 8. Service Live Better For Less Repair l Makes Outboard Motors il i White ouse Boats - Marine Supplies Phone 2546 215 East Pacific Phone 8142 ' Gladewater, Texas i wiv IT? ' YW, - V505 -, mul, Seooncl year printing class finid1 up football program for Friday nidmt guna. -4.10:-zz-114,111.1--:::::v:nqo .si-r: ::::v11.::,:nga:.:f:-A :- :z-r:A-:nz-:.::1--zz-'z-::-:+z::- :zzz-n14:::u:f cv-:::::1::1 nz. Glade Elegtrig CQ, FARMERS INSURANCE Q GROUP 402 North Lee Dr. Phone 2678 ! Q Mus. D. R. CAIN g Route 2, Box 101 Ph. 7160 Glaclewclter,Texas GLADEWATER, TEXAS 101-:nam 1--xunuxxox-mn an :nz 111:11111g:.:n2f::1.::y:-:::u::: 3151:::::r1r::::.::rg4::::.:::::::::.:::::::-10: ..-1 Wt. OIC QS Q Discount Jewelers i OWNERS i 122 SOUTH MAIN ST PHONE 2716 I e d W a y Mn. AND MRS. MAURY sPlRlTus ! I Longview, Texas ! l GLADEWATER, TEXAS gtg..-1:11 ri -1.11 1 pgnqn ...ng 1..1,,g,,1.,1,,,wq..,-,.,-Q..:1:nzuzningnxnx :::?u:rg--1-::- enuzuznge-1:1111 an 19.11 CHAMBERLAIN BUTANE SERVICE Vernon Chamberlain - Owner P. O. Box 69 Gladewater, Texas Day Phone 7945 Night Phone 7620 .f'- 'H 151 152 Bob n ll 1? ! ! l il Brookshire Food Store Better Foods For Less Gladewater,Texas l Phillip Yates and Alvie Nicholas check negatives in first hour photography. I -.,-. .....,.....-.,....,...,-..-.........-.....:::,:151: ::::.,,-..4,.s-so-.- - ..,.-.,--,-..0.....- ....-.... -,,..,- -... 7 Jobe s Ballard Drug Co. . 9 IOO S. Main Phone 2577 Smurf Apparel For Ladin Gladewater, Texas Glcidewater,Texas H W. E. MITCHELL, IR. TEL. 2501 or . C Sz M PIPE PULLING COMPANY Box 1246 GLADEWATER, TEXAS soy i4nii1iiapi--1r2--i-AI14'-n-was-s-0----f---s-U -H- ,- -. -. ,- -. .1 2.-,.-,.-.,-.ingo1o1o:nTu1n1u:110101 Crouch and Rosemary Jordm conduct Senior class meeting. i ! Q n l l 2 29 Waggoner Cleaners Leon Waggener We Do Appreciate Your Business LD1 Dial 2l08 Gladewater,Texas Credit Jewelers Barber Shop U foie:- 1 1 1 i I i H Do1mQnbsv1cn1o:o1uZu11vZ4. - JCM, - .. -1.-011, --1 ---V -- 1011,-01010 ,,a. Dam' Equipment "CATERPILLAR" if Parts, Sales, 8. Service ll R U ll Mrs. Johnson givesout report cards tolfhird hourgym class. v2:11nnQv:1an:i11n::3:rivii1i1n+1 iir1o14i4-1 ramucuvioiolboint -fbi Hightower's n IQ2 S. Main I2I W. Commerce Phone 303I Phone 3034 lil H i Gladewater,Texas ll i Curtis Bright Photography "Modern Photog ra phy" Portriats - Commercial 24 hour Snapshot Service Weddings Gladewater, Texas Phone 543l nxwzobubub-up-vxoxr-was E JACK M. REED REAL ESTATE 8: INSURANCE li I Why run a risk - INSURE !! ll ii ll W 20l N. Main Phone 2483 W Gladewafer, Texas .-. .-r.-.... .-..-..-. .- ii ze :azz-r11:::::::.::.:f: 5.-ee:::::1-0:1 E91 Seventh grade studentshave personal p taken by Mr. David Toms. estxuzazir.-4,-Ui.,-,1. ,-, -, ,ii FEDERAL SAVINGS mfffm GLADEWATER, TEXAS soo W-PACIFIC - P. o. sox 792 - Pho 2215 W t H11 Q FALCON FORMBY-WAGGON ER FORD INC. f-- T -f--f QT " I Q - S. DEAN BOX 'll66 TELEPHONE 2155 A N T15 GLADEWATER, TEXAS R gg, K-:Bi "-:xl ,ff X swf' i0i'1"i0GD0i4'14'i"'94'3"1"1"i"i4I3''i"i4'iUi1'i0T010CDll11 il j0i'li0Q lQ '11-li' illiiii I-TC ll illilliili lil - I ! II Spanish students break Pinata at Christmas time. one-:n14-zucpuxoznqe-4I-nu-ua.:-11:1-:nz-14.1 3 GLADEWATER I DAILY MIRROR Corner Dean and Glade Sts. I Il Phone 2235 Glcnclewater, Texas Qiiq G3 IE I Q PR0F2eg2,I1eEa,2:2,sWCE zoxcmxu npuxogoiuzuco .Lua-uxnznxi.11:11:11-1:-in Traveling science teacher gives lecture to third hour Physics class. I- I I I Sheppercl's Cleaners 1 ! ! ! ! ! 295 N.MQan Dial 2646 I I I 104 mnnqnmn- 1:11:10 1241111111-1 even-iapu1nanva.:1n1u1o,-q .ix Q' ! ! 2 3 E Q Glade Appliance Co. g Radio SL TV Service I Q George Abbott, Owner I g II7 West Commerce Phone 2316 5 . ! Li - - ---0L::::n1r::n::x:: 1 2:1 nlgeuilz.-::i::lc:l:z'...::.1':.L-:xiii E , AlHAYS'-.FUR s. 1- ookaTU1'YwJ1 ln Glaolewater Ready to Wear . Home Furnishings ii Chilclren's Department . Family Shoes Mens Boys Clothing . Work Clothing ll ll il ! 1 5114 Miss Stroucl's English class work on English assignment. o3a-up lpvqow nQo1f11oqQo:o:oon4 -aug.:-xoxoxo! 101-:nz:::::o:: C1111 -u --- P- -1- -2 A- 1 '-A - .Q xo-.I-.... .1-... rx ...nie-u1n14.1r,..u.-n1npf.-.nun .- McKaig Chevrolet Company W 204 North Main Gladewater, Texas Phone2l32 1 2 1 ,goin 11 11 xxozczzofuzx-' ---L -1 ---Q99 1-H-M -waooz.-1 rams: -:ox MCORE Funiture Company ll5 South Dean Phone 2344 Gloclewater,Texos A ll !! l! U ! F! l! ll li E! ll GLADEWATER Chamber of Commerce Education and Community Service March Together Al.l.EN'S GROCERY Phone 4473 2700 W. Upshur Gladewater,Texas H II u ii ii o l! ll E 1 !! U .fre-1:-1:-.1:--1.-1:-f...:::-.1f-U..23::.:::..-....r.et1Ee.,-r..- Mrs. kung reaas notice to all class rooms over our P. A. system in the office. COMPLIMENTS OF LOYCE 8z JACK PHILLIP J-'nuznzozoxnxog 11 10.0111 ,101 1011101 14 Qrg E35EEE9 T OT S H 0 P Girls thru Prefeens Boys Thru 20 X. Phone 2322 Glaciewuter --mmggS?MMwOO,-O if-P41-1rI1r14v11't4w1msqp 10101-xx :ucv 1s!ni4r1u1n-Qpxiniuqx -qc w:n1o1o?o1o:uz4: 1 111 11:11 zuqsnqu--,.:nu1 1141 1-V: -magna: a-.nice WACKEWS , 5c to ss STORE "YOUR DOLLAR BUYS MORE 1 AT YOUR WACKER STORE" i H2 S. Mclin Gio1dewofer,Texos i Qualit Cleaners H5 S. Main Phone 2548 f nv f Wi! ff' Glodewczter, Texas ,rfff W' Seniors lisfen to speaker for idea on how fo make money for senior trip. Hendrix Hardware 69' Supply Lyle Hendrix, Owner Fishing Tackle Sporting Goods 109 West Commerce Gladewater, Texas gr. u I - Senior band takes time out for o coke. I -L-IW 1 Q ,ann-an ep'-11:eooQu1u10010101-4faoqpn-xozoenuzexouoxoasquxm Z TWYCHE DRUG ' E.M. WYCHE, Owner q 'k GLAUEWATER, TEXAS !! in ii ii II E! H 1! if i E! ll U li I J. O. WILLIAMS PONTIAC 8. BUICK "25 Years of' Dependable Sales and Service" Complete Automotive Service Highway 80 East Phone 2222 -Jie-so-.rin-. -.HI - . Flowers by PERKINS' Phone 2574 - Gladewater, Texas 1: xuiucirioiojciotlriotcvx robert-iio1o1o14:1o1nzo14n1o14 Western Auto Store Phone 2648 GI odewcter, Texas T ii II ir II if li I! li I! il ii If Il ii I 2 P I A :zczziizzczzzzz::::n:......-1 iqpazxzzz-L-sizing a-anz:::::- Fisher's Barber Shop "Where clipping isn't a penalty" 7I7 North Main Glaciewater 4: :-magog-: : 1: : 110562: : - anne: : :-amazon oznxupuznzoxo-.4 Mr.Jimmy bwe has tried everything to get students to Iiltll tof.his lecture. s i QQ fj..AerQ'f,fLjl- , . un l . QM I M If Her O ES FUNERAL H ME "Day and Night Ambulance Service" Phone 2l2l SOI N.Moin e--- . - .fi ,1 ,xc-.ri xrfioxmiuxuxngxin 1 azz: vin: vin: S. 8QW. REPAIR SHOP Complete power mower service, repairs,and parts Phone 828l Longview Highway -- -- '-1:n3v-u--x--'- '11 -r-' -D- -..J--. .- ,-..-.,--.2.1r Q-...Jv,.q:::r:::2:.:::::::u1nxnxx, ALTO TATU M 2.,-.,ir...,....-1,-0-f.-U-.V-. r.. J...--0-U-...,.,.-Q -...we -.r-..-...mg SEE YOU AT THE GREE HUT "Glaclewater's Finest" Cleo 8. Wanda Marlowe-Owners-Mangers Phone 2228 5l5 E. Broadway Bozmarfs BLACKSMITH AND WELDING SHOP J. D. BOZMAN, owner Route 2, Bozman's Comer Phone 4552 Gladewater, Texas FULLY INSURED Uczfum mia omfzaiij gli 229 EAS Twyqjf li .fonguis flxgsxaalk I ' ,f 4 , ,rv ,fgify U AW 01:1-9 an--uugiurnconznxncrxf-6-L-gm-:o14::n:4.:v:a::::::z:::: 1: : :: z : 1 :uni,E110221:14110141141101-rxcrivzesxmrxirxiuxayxqnzeuz' P X Second hour secretarial training take notes from thier teacher Mr. E.C. Pennington. 1o111n1u1u1v11qv an-wzuzuzi-up-wxuznqa .gunz uni-quuji l toio: 1'-'lie -'nzznir--'---zz--::-::2-1:-::-:,-1 11:14:1--'-1oE. -nic-r--0:r-'x-'n14--Ax1n1a--1--ui .LF Bid c FURNITURE co. ' . . Phone 2440 2l3 North Main Your Westinghouse Dealer ' Glaclewater,Texas 5 i ! l Johnny Davis shows fellow classmates fl! proper use of o cutting torch. 'W'mmm"'f:2g"'3gpzrm'ite'i:'eea"'errea'a"a'a 4Md7?kw0hQ5twWW7?7ffDsQ ffill if tier K 5 1, VMC ,L ,Q 'ff fr lf,lfl5I1efjV0glle T I L L, , ,X . at 712, Wt ffmlw' f H , il 1 . gh V 6 2500 X 21 s. Main Glqdewqfer, Texas f Bergtield Center Tyler, Texas :slug-:ixuas xquxnzoxuxnxcuxi-up 1QA:rCD4wiu1rxl5bn2.:1 -anna: rgfixwz 'Earp's Grocery rand uhdarket 2l East Quitman Gladewater,Texas Phone 252l We Deliver M Ill lil it :gm g 304 N. Fourth PL 3-1662 Longview, Texas 1. A ,-,T Z 5,z,,1,.,pu1-rzwzuanu izirnr-11: -mee: : ::::n:4:-3:-Quan: 1 ,rcs Br0wn's Shoe Store Phone 2523 IO6 South Main A Gladewater, Texas ,QL out from work on the annual. l59 il s E ! ll H Q I l i 8 1 E June Rotramel and Ross Jones take time spots: up up--xv-:01--:ncun1:10.14-no-uqprzzzi-:fin::,:::::::::2119103014 60 before starting practice i Q l Q Q i Q ! 1 1 1 i I Jim Chamberlain inspects print just run on m offset press. :z:azz:L:::::-zr...-4:::::::-:sg-sxaz-.::::z4ig-iz:ian: .sa-1n1o1u1u ! n Shamrock Cafe and Drive Inn ll We Specialize in Pit Bar B-Q Beef, Pork and Ribs and the Best of Curb Service i West on Hiway 80 .WIMJIENS FT GLADEWATFR. TEXAS Famous For Values Since l898 111ann1uxu1n1u1n1u1u14 191,11 1 rx-:xr-:aqui 101010:- WHITE'S Dfo. BOSHEAR - il I I South Main Street Phone 2254 GLADEWATER, TEXAS Q I ,,lm..-r,-r-r.-,-.,-i,-r.-,a-.,-r--- -, A l . ' ' Ml! A lr inning honors lg il' 0 q 5. C5 l 1 r - ,A l Ml ' 7 fr I Ml 62 'ii ll CJUjffc'l'l, ll il ff' mix VW K till X tl ll ll x!" lf Xi" rx. 'il' 6 1 NA' gli! in comfortable, Y MQ 6 f V lf l, 1 M . . , W l tl in in modern llvlng Wi' UA Xrik,bw'l,VO VN V W QU' VU X" V Y, if ll Z natural S All ,fl lv Q jig ,!lB,XwfCf gag llxrjiivlw ,, . It . H ufgmd service 'iw AW frggfigv qi-:eq-mn.. 1--10.50101-sxugf rspuqvzc -:izugosc i:ii:1:n?1::'::.tr::' :::::'::::::::1-24:-gp 2 1. 1- -.nun 1.4.--:--:nan-vzvqpmpf li li ! l E I i Q u S ! Mr . Roy Brown gives some pointerson acting Cooper Insurance Agency Complete INSURANCE Protection 216 W. Pacific Dial 2402 QW . o T v w.9fi44-32 -441 ' 6445 Q Pittburg Paints l Gladewater, s l w an .roooxnxuauuz James Harper, TipTipton, an Rogers work during forth hour Bears I96l Football.ScheduIe Duncanville There Nacodgoches Here , , Sept. I5 Crockett Here L2 xp Sept. 22 Sulphur Springs There . , 2 2 Sept. 29 Hurst-Euless There 'l r qi il Oct. 6 Athens Here git : ff " Oct. I3 Mineola Here ' ! 'I 3 H Oct. 20 Rusk Here - Ne! i 'J "' Oct. 27 Pine Tree There of i ff Nov.3 Gilmer There OD f' " District l6AA Gomes-at 7:30 pm i all others at 8:00 pm. e ""Homecoming Game Dial 2562 Gladewater l blaze-1 tzoiuzozoxcsxnq Cozy Theater l R Phone 2307 East Commerce l I s ! ! ' Q l Glqdewqi-er, Texas Seniorhigh band waits in front ofFine Arts l building for bus to load up for a trip. l S 1,202 11 14 :ox ,...r,.u,xf.t-t.-.s:s:cct-cr.s:Wt-.E.t::ec Formby Dri ling Company T ll6 E. COMMERCE GLADEWATER, TEXAS l 161 S + ms ! l L ll Bob Crouch istaking votes for student body of Student Council officers I !. 1 J, J! f J ' Keoun Music Company Knabe, Geo. Steck, Wurlitzer, Kimball, Story 8. Clark, and GuIbransen'Pianos. l24 S. Main St. X' KSIJ Radio O Kcs. ' ' IOOO Watts ' S 'Ng Owners W Del Morton - ' Ray Tidmore vi 'S S ' ' I 8' Gladewater,Texas Qmnuzncr- rcwenounau-:roam 1 no --n 1 1111121111ini:iu1:::uTi:11:1g,g4114:19gug4:1:gif11.vg,,Q,.,-.,.i::,,,64::,.1.E1,1 ,ng , 11 w. GLADE ill I I My ! ,Z7 a JiC??gLIM NTS ffl' S n 5.2 , uP'rowN sl-lor Qlallewaler faflvfwfs ff Exclusive But Not Expensgve. STATIONERY - OFFICE SUPZLIES - PRINTING i L , A t 8. D ft' t ' X X i lf 'fiqx' 5 r ra Ing a er s LA, ty HOMER "' DE"""'S S ol S e 5 Phone 2404 Gladewater,Texas v , 0.0117 Mfrs l62 H101 pn: 1 tzoxozoicnzozuxoensoinz 1-10:4 Barbara Verner and Ray Nell La Ferney baby sit during forfh hour homemaking. uzzsf g:-ox ng- :uns 101. cw -my samrxon rom:-111 ca 11,1 an zzz. CRAIG sTATloN Corner Main and Upshur DIAL 2325 GLADEWATER -2 I Handy Dandy S Grocery8zMarket I Open 7 Days A Week I I 500 South Tyler Road 3 I Dial G I adewafer, Texas AC? Brenda Stansell and Jimmy Martin cut paper for ticket :r:u...2:3:2:f,..u.. ,zizxzm ...n,...-.E.,...T-.........::MLEEQSNBf 4' g:Er.-,:,E,,:::::,..E..:f::,...2:321:ze- - ff W if Q X KX UNT B Be Rf as T NL I V0 , Qivf pr' - QBQWQJV lv Q ffff S714 F BANK CAPITAL STRUCTURE OVER 5500000.00 A MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORP. - f'N - - W! -,-if ' 1 7 TE FN -A my BOOST : "', ' 'I If fx T 'T if you Miaee rv Elm QT WZZWTQEP 'X E' ,M Q 100,41 MERCT-Time. "' B ' ST WM ' WL. GEIDEWATEII . . . 745004 Phce fo I.IVE, WUIIK, SHOP I PLAY ,M J ,T W I A y Gjxfb VW Riu fgv I 0L . LC I if if ITV , ' ' 5 f fly A ff'-Gayflwf , Tj. Ly. J im? VL fy A5 AMW? 70-AVXLOCQQWC XJ gf VUQVLA 'X 'ERN D f yy J CA R 5 W J f ,T Af .T R I WM! Cf1adewate1',Texas WJ ' f 'j,,,,,,,,,,,,ErEE-Ea,rE-EE,rT,rE-r,rT-EE-r,,.,EE T A I-,EW..-U-E-..-E,-.,-,,-,E-..-.,-.,-.,-, . T.,- Q I 2 HOLCOMBE HOUSE BEST FOUNTAIN SERVICE HARDWARE Q SPORTING GOODS cms Q DIAI. 2560 6I.ADEWATEII,'I'EXAS i Junior class Iisfens Herman Williams during class meeting 1. 5 'H '- ,.,--+-L -.4 Y -Y-- sfo , ,A - Wells Plumbing and Air-Concl l ? l l N JN J MB VK I Tip Tipton,Charles Attaway,and David Payne strip in negatives. ' W l ill n - V PETE MCKAIN MOTORS 1 if i' f Q Q I , U 1, 1 4 Q.: i Day 8g Night Water Heaters SHOPS LOCATED IN MAGNOLIA ARKANSAS AND GLADEWATER TEXAS 504W U h H1 80 t , 4 h N and Air Conditioners W? , ps W Wy. , . K l 0, GLADEWATERJEXAS ' 'P 4 t N : H l Repairs and Installations l he 5 l , l X JW ' 4 DIAL 2657 . ' ' x ' F B rry 'L p . - Q F00 D MA DT P ry,Owner A Mr. and Mrs. A. L. O'Brien, owners I : 713 W. UPSHUR I7 North Main Phone 2206 GLADEWATER, TEXAS P. O. BOX 216 PHONE 2456 gf..-...,..,.0.,-. .....,..-. .... - --.--,-..i...-.,...,-,...,-,..,-.,-..,,,-- ,,,,,,,- -,,.,,,-,,,,,,,Q,,,,,,,, A ll N if it W Wgiysp IICEH-HHHHIS mf-mulnfnnn mm cumPnnu,lnc. Phones 2117, 2118 cmd 2119: P. O. Box 471 , 5x HOME OFFICE: GLADEWATER. TEXAS ' lb I l 64 GLADEWATER 'A' TEXAS 1 inxnoou-an rg sxizopvzuznxuqo msoxgox 110111: 111 1 1 111 Quickie Food Store ln 1 PH ON E 9387 OPEN 7-II 7 DAYS A WEEK -l Bobo the Magician and Billy Fowler perform 900 West Upshur Glaclewater, Texas Q trick before the student body. ...1. .- -, -1 1Jxnxr,-urn-ainxniiugfz NELSON MOTCR COMPANY Telephone 2345 - 2567 E. Longview Highway P O Box 1249 GLADEWATER TEXAS OLDSMOBILE it I Kelleher insurance Agency Anything Worth Owning ls Worth insuring Corner Pacific 8. Center - Phone 2356 :z 1 zz-11::::::::-,nnunn -xuznzz as 1 qmxuxnap .1 iz: 101 up ,xr mianfs shop H6 South Main Phone 2310 xnxun WZ me V , H ,V-W Y .Y ,- ,-,,....-..---e-.M--.3 Johnston News G l adewater, Texas Hallmark Cards School Supplies Candy Cigars Noveities ...U-,,-.,.. ...,1,-..g. 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