The Burro, Yearbook of Mineral Wells High School, 1953 Page: 90
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The GAF Club is a service club reorganized by eigh-
teen sophomore girls this year. The club chooses some
project of service for the school or community each
semester. The initials stand for Gain A Friend.
The purpose of this club is to strengthen the bonds
of friendship in our school and community.
First Row: Shirley Fowler, Lola Faye Green, Venita Greve, Nelda Daugherty, Betty Myers, Nell Harbin,
Patsy Halford, Glenda Shadle. Second Row: Billie Shewmake, Joyce Jenkins, Gene Wolfe, Faye
Hill, Georgia Dean Eubanks, Betty Peeks, Mrs. Curtis.
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