Afton High School - Eagle Pride Yearbook (Afton, OK)
- Class of 1949
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THE SENXOE CLASS
THE JUNXOR MASS
J. T. Hudspeth '
Superintendent J? i?J
Miss Myrtle Hubbard
Principal of Grade School
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Colleen Harrison Freeda Bunch
Coach and Phy.
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W. T. Walker
Principal and Science
School Board Members: J. Y. Victor, F. G. Marsh, and J. A. Shields
Mary Lee Roomsburg
Wilma Harrison Nancy Morehouse
Secretary I F Treasurer
Kenneth Branson Tom Hudspeth SUGUIGY Kirk
D0F0thY Bowlin Elmo Jones
Opal Geouge Jack Shields
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Mary Evelyn Black Jack Chandler
Bob huder Helen Gabbard
Leroy Schulte Maxine Pendley
Roger H811 holly Power
We Seniors of 'L9 have the honor of having the largest graduating
class to have our pictures in the annual. We also have the largest --
picture to be hung in the hall with the other graduating classes.
It seemed as if school started off just right. We first had a 'J QL
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President Martha Jones lv!
Vice President Mary Lee Roomsburg 'IGP 'O
,. Secretary Wilma Harrison ,l'V ,
Treasurer Nancy Morehouse -1,
Reporter Marion Thorpe
Sponsor Miss Ludella Roseborough
Then came the time for us to select our class rings We thought
this was a great event The class aD,agreed on the same ring During
this same week we had omrSen1or pictures made This was another great
event for the Seniors
he had to have some fun along with the School work So, on Sep
tember 27 we planned our first party which was a hay ride This was
enjoyed by the whole class Bob Riley used his truck untake us on the
hay ride Mrs Robert Roomsburg invited us out to their farm
Then came the Homecoming Banquet the crowning of the Football
Cueen, and our Homecoming Football game Me were all pretty busy
worked on the Queen contest very hard The Seniors came in as second
in the race for the 'ueen Nancy Morehouse was our candidate
Then on November l8, came Senior Day What a day' We all looked
forward to this, and found it was a new experience for us We went to
the A k M College at Miami, and then on the tour of Goodrich Rubber
plant e all had a marvelous time
About December 17th we had another party It was a Christmas
party, and each one brought a gift to put in the grab bag
PLANS FOR THE FUTURE
Then of course we must show our dramatics ability we will pres
ent a one act play entitled 'Stoney's Brides' March 25th The play
cast will include Mary Black, Viola Fox, Martha Jones, Mary Roomsburg,
Roger Hall and John Gray
We will also present a three act play April 29, entitled Palms
Up with the ca! including Opal Geouge, Jimmie Richards Molly Power,
Martha Jones, Leroy Schulte, Maxine Pendley Beverly Vinyard, Marion
Thorpe, Jack Chandler and Wilma Harrison
are anxiously waiting for the time when the Juniors wlllenter
tain us with a bancuet
must have some last social get togethers for just us Seniors, fx !"FA'
and the talk seems to be a picnic at Noel the afternoon after our ,N
The events we have looked forward to for 12 long years is our f
Baccalaurate, May 22nd, and our Commencement on May 26th
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The Junior Class, composed of only twenty students has had a busy
year. They assumed their responsibilities and have cooperated in every
way. They have made a name for themselves on the football team, girls'
and boys' basketball teams, pep club, band, glee club, and of course,
in the classroom.
The class officers were chosen soon after school began. The girls
presented the better platform and received the majority of class offi-
cers. The officers elected were:
Rosemary Kinkead President
John Helm Vice-President
Ruth Campbell Secretary
Emily Dee Victor Treasurer
Fayrene Funkhouser Reporter
Mrs. Harold Dry Sponsor
Immediately the group voted to have a hay ride. So, on September
lu, a journey was made to Grand Lake on Ralph Hammock's wagon. The
group ate dust and weeds to and from the lake, but that only served to
make the weiners and the trimmings taste better.
The Juniors assumed the task ofearning money forthe Junior-Senior
banquet. They sold food and drinks at the footballand basketballgames,
sold Christmas wrapping paper, and gave their annual play on December
lb. WGood Gracious, Grandma!,H a three act farce, had a cast composed
of Emily Victor, Rosemary Kinkead, Laverda Rider, Willa Dean Todd, Jim
Hudspeth, Bob Garman, George Baker, Charles Marsh, and Herbert Gregory
The class chose Rosemary Kinkead as candidate for football queen,
and worked diligently in her support.
On March 25 the Juniors presented the one-act play with the other
high school classes. 'Sure As You're Born' was played by Ruth Camp-
bell, Barbara Gripe, Rosemary Kinkead, Bob Garman, Jim Hudspeth, and
The group willhave three more social events--two parties, and the
annual Junior-Senior banquet. The date of the banquet is May l3, and
the circus motif has been chosen.
This year was an important one for these upper classmen. They
have made a successful struggle, have worked hard, and, of course, are
looking orward to becoming Wdignified Seniorsn next year.
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During the rirst week of school class officers were elected as
President Delores Womack
va Vice-President Howard Countryman
' Secretary-Treasurer Emma Shepherd
- Reporter Doris Lynch
1' Sponsor Mrs. James Burch
Plans were made for a hayride and weiner roast on
stead of a hayride, it turned out to be a car ride,
failed to arrived. The members were loaded into three
to the Roomsburg farm on Grand Lake northeast of town.
roasting weiners, eating and playing games provided
The next on our calendar was the big event of the
5 during a class meeting Delores Womack was chosen as
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Building a fire,
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year. On November
the Football Queen
candidate. After much work and strong competition, Delores was crowned
Homecoming Queen between the halves or the Afton-Chelsea game, the night
of November 12.
The class celebrated with a Christmas party on the evening of Dec-
ember lj in the commercial room. Games were played
gifts created much excitement.
The annual assembly program was given on March 9,
rick's Day. Most of the members took part.
The one-act play was presented on March
and a grab box of
featuring St. Pat-
25, along with the other
three classes in High School. NJerry Breaks a Daten added much enjoy-
ment to the evening's entertainment.
The characters were:
Mr. Johnson, father
Mrs. Johnson, mother
Jerry Johnson, son
Mary Johnson, daughter
Wilfred Winfield, unwanted date
Alice Gleason, sister of Mrs. Johnson
A final social
in the air.
Iris Jean Culver
will be held sometime in May. A skating party is
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Uonnn mrumley orval Stafford
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Robert Greninavr Mae Du an
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Vary Lou Seaton
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Shlrley Ward Lfndon Daws n Charlene Shepherd
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Joyce Grunden Pattl Bluejacket
Dean Sher an Delor s Bar es
TOmm18 Roberts Carroll Colllns lorman Oakley
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The ninth grade had the largest enrollment of any class in Junior
high or senior high school class. At the first class meeting, the
following class officers were chosen:
President Fred Smith
Vice-President William Adkins
Sec-Treasurer Patsy Kirk
Reporter Wilda Cook
Sponsor Joe Malocsay
T They have participated whole-heartedly in athletics, and, no
doubt, several of the members willbecome football and basketball stars
of tomorrow. The class chose Mary Alice Chandler For their football
Two social events were a weiner roast at the Carman farm and a
Christmas party in the band room. One 'ore social activity will take
place before school is out. May this class continue to cooperate in
every phase of school life as successfully as they have in theh'Fresh-
The Eighth Grade Class of l9L9 elected the following members of
their class as officers:
President Tommie Spinks
Vice-President Phyllis Waugh
Secretary-Treasurer Dorothy Womack
Reporter Lawanda Ivie
Sponsor Cecile Williams
Two parties have been enjoyed by the Eighth grade. The first one
was a weiner roast in the early fall on the school campus.
The Christmas party was quite a success. There was a giftexchange
around the gaily lighted Christmas tree. Refreshments were served and
games were played during the evening.
5 The officers elected by the Seventh Grade at the beginning of the
year were the following.
Ralph Dean Cole
Joyce Ann Grunden
W. T. Walker
Before long the class decided upon a hiking party to Horse Creek.
gngebtheii,games were played and weiners were roasted. A good time was
a y a .
' A Christmas party was held in the Science Room at the High School
Building. Gifts were exchanged. For entertainment, games were played
and individual members of the class gave songs and poems.
Shirley Ward was chosen as the candidate for football queen for
the l9b8 season from the Seventh Grade class.
Teacher: Myrtle Hubbard
Butch Barnes, Odis England, Charles Russell, Doris Mc-
Cray, Anthony Ray Williams, Madie Wallace, Juerene
Ferguson, Tommy Gill, Joyce Knight
Eddie Tipton, Ralph Wright, Sammie Jordan, Bill Bandy,
Larry McClendon,Della Pearl Kuder,Willa Jean Schmeling
Earnestine Johnson, Tommie Lou Cole
Shirley Lewis, Tommie Lee Bassett, Barbara Jean Wright
Gary Dean Johnson, Jennine Johnson, Gary George, Treva
Oakley, Ronnie Kelly, Billye David Myers
Teacher: Ollie Wagy
FIRST ROW: Janice Kay Waugh, Margaret Ann Seaton, Jacklyn Baker,
Max Helm, Shirley Johnson, Derrell Philpot,Carl Turley
Junior Harmon, Kenneth Grunden
SECOND ROW: Paul Matlock, Delmar Helmick, Janes Hale, Jimmle Dale
Bucka-HGV, JSTTY Powell,Sandra Jean Roth, Don Blllups,
Don Asher, Alton Chandler, James rdward wllllams
THIRD ROW: Jimmie Merritt, Howard Culver, Jlmes Infield, Larry
Powell, Emmett Shrpley, Leon McCain, Georgia Ann Dugan
Janice Faye Wheeler
Teacher miss Clara hlles
Kay Krages Sandra Fletcher Ramona Lane Louls
Jones Betty Russell, Ja sha Golns, largaret Ann
Jones bhlrley Roberts L roy Turley
Phll Hudspeth, Buddy Bandy, Jewell Mae Pond, Lols
Jean erunden, dBXlH8 DlBois, Sharon Gill fllma Mc
Cray, nary one Oakley naltha Jean P
J T Hudspeth Joe Allen Kuder, Earnest Lin Grah
am, Larry Thompson Kenny Colllns, Donald btone,
Victor Lane Deen Flsher Charles Carroll black
Cecll Shepherd Clara lles
Geraldlne Welch, Janice Sherman, Eva Sue Wilson,
Donald Gene Klnzer, Kenneth Bohannan, Dot Billups,
Perry Knight, Otis Barnes.
Mrs. Dorothy Hudspeth, Carol Joyce Grlmes, Barbara
Johnson, Kathleen Meritt, Carol Jean McCoin, Betty
Gabbe1u, Charles Swabb, Jerry Bohannan, Jimmie Kin
Donald Snelson, JlmmL8HOb6.iS, Edward beaton, Roger
Vinyard, Delano Morgan, Franklin Morgan, Billy Mack
Harrison, Andy King.
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Miller, Shirley Ferguson, Joyce Ann Fletcher, Marj-
orie Collins, Edna McClendon, Russell Ervin.
SECOND ROW: Mrs. Freeda Bunch, Yvonne Kirk, Nancy Ramsey, Mary
Ella Countryman, Nancy Ann West, Duane Collins,
Jimmy Dry, J. B. King, Buddie Schmelling.
THIRD ROW: Sonny Bandy, Preston Chandler, Lyle Miller, Ken-
ny Williams, Paul Calvin Williams, Ray Russell, Glen
Speer, Sidney Browning, Jerry Bohanan.
Paul Jones, Edward McCoin, Odis England.
Betty Lewis, Doris Sherman, Patsy George, Ruth lc-
Graw, Shirley Hale, Hazel Tipton, Freda York, Lewis
Ronald Langley, Barbara Collins, Ruby Hiller, Diane
Bohannan, Donna Bohannan, Dollie Sutton, Joyce Ann
McClendon, Nora Jane Chandler, Gail Helms.
Mrs. Colleen Harrison, Frederick Kerr, GensVinyard,
Dee Culver, Buddy Infield, Loyd Gordineer, Ralph
Russell, Loyd Roberts, Charles Bench.
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Right from 29 different homes en the mornlng of September 6, l9h8
came 15 boys and lb girls, winsome and sweet te enrell for the first
time in the Afton Public Schoel. The first grade room became a happy
meeting place where these children and the teacher, as a group of
friends, lived together during the school hours fer nine months. Here
they found and interpreted their first experiences in work and play in
appropriate celebrations: Halloween, Christmas, Valentine, Easter, and
their first public appearance on the stage in the primary spring oper-
etta. Otherenjoyable features of l9n8-A9 term were the new free text-
books in attractive colors, and the picture films shown.
The Second Grade has an enrollment of thirty-five. The pupils
contributed liberally to the larch of Dimes and co-operated in other
activities of the school A high light of the year was the spring
operetta which was presented by the three primary grades
Twelve boys and seventeen girls enrolled in the third grade for
the 1958 L9 term This group has been very enthusiastic and co opera
tive in their studies and special activities They participated in
the primary grade operetta
There was an enrollment of sixteen boys and eleven girls in the
fourth grade The pupils presented the January assembly program A
Tonette band we organized and proved successful Christmas, Valentine
Day and laster were celebrated with afternoon parties
The fifth grade enrolled seventeen boys and thirteen girls The
first activity was a Thanksgiving Program All holidays of the year
were celebrated appropriately with parties
Enrollment in sixth grade totaled thirty five including twenty
one boys and fifteen girls Inch member of the class took part in an
assembly program on October 27 Afternoon celebrations throughout the
year included Christmas gift exchange, a Valentine Box and Easter fes
The fourth, fifth, and sixth grades presented the Chriltlll oper
etta entitled 'Santa's Airline
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ASSISTANT EDITOR Emily Dee Vlctor
BUSINESS MANAGERS Roger Hall and J A Petty
SPORTS EDITORS Stanley Kirk and Tom Hudspeth
ART EDITOR Kenneth Branson
PRODUCTION MANAGERS Opal Geouge, Beverly
Vihyard Rosemary Klnkead Maxlne Pehdley, Betty
Hall, Wilma Harrlson and Martha Jones
PHOTOGRAPH EDITJQS James Richards k Jim Hudspeth
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The Music Department, at the end of this
school year, will cele-
brate its second year of rapid progress. Although a new organization,
its consistent progress has enabled the members to participate in many
and varied school and civic projects. Growth and advancement is due to
the splendid cooperation shown by the members,
board, and the superintendent.
The Glee Clubs have appeared in assembly,
Vocal Festival at the Northeastern Oklahoma A
and, have entered solo performers at the Music
Those students who entered the ensemble and
the faculty, the school
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Meet, April 1, in Miami.
solo events are: Willa
Dean Todd, soprano, Viola Fox, alto, Mary Black, Mary Johnson, Opal
Geouge, and Viola Fox, girls' quartet, Mary Black, mezzo-soprano, Willa
Dean Todd, Mary Johnson, and Viola Fox, girls' trio, and Mary Johnson.
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Donna Crumley, Patti Bluejacket, Mary Chandler, Patsy
Kirk, Wilda Cook, Gene Miller
ROW: Professor Malocsay, Paul McClendon, Tom Bunch, Helen
Barger, Dolores Barnes, Faythe Knight, Sue Frellick,
Marlene Bandy, Jimmy Gray, Donald Langley, Gerald Jones
ROW: Joyce Grunden, Ruby Lewis, Dorothy Womack,Phyllis Waugh
Fernalee Neel, Cola Baker, Betty Ivie, Emily Victor,
Dean Todd, June Ivie, Dolores Todd, Norma Wheeler. Marv
Johnson, Patsy Barnes
The Band begalthe year performing farmany Pep Assemblies and Foot
Games. It accompanied the team to Okemah. It also played for a
tical Rally. On the educational side, the Band has taken an active
Music Clinics a,Commerce, Chelsea, Wyandotte, Picher, and Afton
A Clinic Band for selectedmusicians was held at the N. E. O. A R M
, March ll. Afton students chosen by the College Director, John
, to participate in this clinic are: Delores Todd, Emily Victor,
Baker Fernalee NeeL David Dillingham, Dean Todd, Bob Drewell, and
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Following is a list of those students and the particular honors attained
Juanita Sanders: First Place
Mary Louise Kinzer
Joan Morehouse Third Place
John Gray First Place
George Sherman Secmd Place
Patsy Buchan First Place
Bob Nalker First Place
Mary Lemaster Second Place
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Joan Morehouse Third Place
Nancy Morehouse Third Place
Mary Louise Kinzer
Ehuily Dee Victor Thu-d Place
Bill Irvin Second Place
Opal Geouge First Place
J vl Petty Second Place
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Mary Lou Barnes
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thirty, which placed A. H. S. in fourth place out of eight schools.
The students who were chosen for the honor or representing their school
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Vary Evelyn Black
Betty Ivi e
R G Avery First Place
J N Petty Second Place
Opal Geouge First Place
Mary Roomsburg Second Place
Nancy Yorehouse Third Place
lla June Moore First Place
P ttsy Barnes
Mary Lou Barnes
Iris Jean Culver
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Ila June Moore First Place
Erily Dee V1ctor
Cola Beth Baker
Mary Evelyn Black
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Imogene Grenin er
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Honor Soclety was established 1n the year 1930
The rules and regulatlons of the Soc1ety stlpulate that
ten percent of the total student body of the hlgh school irre
gardless of class be admltted to membershlp For that reason
some of the classes have more representatives than others
The adm1n1strat1on of the school takes speclal pride 1n
announclng tksfollowlng me bersh1p for the school year of l9A8
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Cola Beth Baker
Patsy Lee Barnes
Mary Lee Roomsburg
Mary Marle Johnson
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