Altus Senior High School - Bulldog Yearbook (Altus, OK)

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H i itor SUSANNA MAHAN Co-editor Staff Artist BARBARA TRAMMELL THE into this book what we thought to be the most important things of the past year. We hope that the 1957 "Bulldog” will truly be a "book of memories". The Staff SUSANNA MAHAN BARBARA TRAMMELL JO BEVERLY BUCKLEY LINDA HINES SUZANNE LaGREEDedication JOE STROUD This year Mr. Stroud completes his 20th year as a member of the Altus Board of Education. Fourteen of these years have been spent ably serving as president. In recognition of this impressive record, and in appreciation of his sincere interests in the schools of our community, we, the annual staff, proudly dedicate THE BULLDOG of 1957 to Mr. Joe Stroud.Administration Mr. Clifford Peterson, our superintendent, is a real friend of everyone at Altus High. He is never too busy to advise or just visit with sophomores, juniors, or seniors. Thank you, Mr. Peterson, for your help. Our principal, Mr. Cletus Street, is always waiting with a guiding hand for any student who needs it. The entire student body at Altus High will always benefit from his wise counsel.Faculty GARVIN Biology Algebra II FLIPPIN English IV Play Director Pep Club Sponsor English II EPPS World History Economics PERRYMAN Agriculture TAYLOR Librarian SHAFER Industrial Arts BROGAN English IUFaculty SHIRLEY Home Economics NORMAN Geometry Trigonometry LOCKHART Chemistry Physics Algebra I ROOKER Spanish Latin English II EDWARDS Glee Club Director HICKS Typing I Bookkeeping Mimeograph Dept. YOUNG Democracy Drivers Training Coach Faculty THURLOW Band Director SMART Business English World History English III FERRIS Journalism Sponsor Student Publications Custodians Clarence Holleman Charlie Derr Leonard Bergen These three men not only remove the dust from Altus Highschool, but they also help to remove the frowns with their cheery smiles and warm greetings to every member of the student body.Board Of Education We appreciate very much the efforts of these men to make possible everything which we may need. (L. to R.) John Chennault, Jack Colville, Joe Stroud, Clyde Russell, and Walter Marshall. Mrs. Walter Cross, Secretary of the Altus Public School, is seated in the lovely office of the new Board of Education-Administrative Building which was com- pleted last summer.♦ The New Look . Each student and faculty mem- ber of Altus High is extremely proud of the "New Look" of the south wing resulting from the addition of several new rooms which were constructed in the old gym. The modern cafeteria, with a capacity of 250, is one of these rooms. . .. . . in Altus High ... the new library has plenty of space for reading, and the stack room is one of the most modern in the state . . .Senior Class CLASS OFFICERS JIM BOB HENSLEY Vice President JOHN HENRY President NORMA KINCANNON Secretary CLASS SPONSORS MR. ART YOUNG MRS. CLIFFORD PETERSONJAMES ADAMS KEITH ALLEN ANITA ALLEN RICHARD ALLGOOD HARLAN ANDERSON BOBBY BANNISTER JAN CORNELIUS PHOEBE BREWER BETTY CARPENTER OPHELIA CHUMLEY BEN CLEVENGER JOHN MAC CRIBBS HELEN DAWSON BUDDY DEFORDKAREN DUNCAN WANDA ELLIOTT JOE FELKERCHARLA FELTY GARY GARDNER ROY GARRISON BOBBY GATELY JOE GIECK JERRY GENTRY SUZANNE GEORGEJOYCE GOBER BEVERLY GRAMLING ALAN GUPTILL WILTSIE JOE HALEY LARRY HALVE D1AN HAMILTON DORIS HANEY BETH HEIN JOHN HENRYJIM HENSLEY MARSHA HOEHNE LARRY HOVE MONA JAMESON ULETA JESTER MARY ALICE JOHNSON M. H. JORDAN NORMA KINCANNON MARK KIZZIARJO YE MARTIN GLENDA MC MULLEN SANDRA MICKELSONCHARLES MILLER KENNETH MONZINGO KAREN MOTLEY DALE PHILLIPS WILMA PHILLIPS NANCY RAYThe Bulldog Way We say Goodbye now as we each go our separate ways, And hope that we may meet again some happy, sunny day. In a higher place than where we now stand, Yes, a much higher place than you’ll ever iind in our fair land. For each of us this is our goal, To find this paradise and rest our soul. But the way is hard and the road is rough, And making the grade takes someone of really stern stuff. That’s true of all with that Bulldog Spirit in their hearts. So we must remember to take it with us as we depart. And as we go into a new and different phase of life, That spirit is what will hold us up and help us face its strife. With a smile on our faces and our chins raised high And in our hearts the whisper: "Never say diel" Then we'll remember how hard it was to learn this rule, And our minds will turn back and see our dear school. Yes, we'll see Altus High through eyes filled with tears, We'll never forget those "three glorious years. " And as our Senior Farewell we would like to say, That no matter what we do, we'll do it the "Bulldog Way. "FLORA REID LOUISE ROBERSON ROY RISNER RONALD ROBBINS MARGIE ROGERS ANDY RYAN DONALD SHAW CORINA SHIPLEY BETTYE SIMPSONCAROLYN TERRY JOE THOMAS JUDY' THOMPSON JUANITA TUNNELL JUDY UHLES OPHUS WARDKAY WOODWARD JUDY WICKIZER MARTHA WOOLLY KENNETH WILKERSON HAZEL ZINN DUANE WARREN BERT JOHANSON JO ANN BLACKERBY♦ BEST ALL AROUND PHOEBE BREWER JIM BOB HENSLEY Who’s Who ♦ ♦ PRETTIEST EYES MARTHA WOOLLY ROY LEE RISNER PRETTIEST SMILE BARBARA TRAMMELL HARLAN ANDERSON MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED SHELLA STAYTON RICHARD ALLGOOD. . in Altus High BEST DRESSED BEST LOOKING JOYE MARTIN JOE FELKER JEAN LILLARD JOHN HENRY MOST POPULAR NANCY RAY MICKEY TIMS BIGGEST FLIRT JUANITA TUNNELL ANDY RYANWho’s Who ♦ ♦ WITTIEST ANITA ALLEN PHIL STORDEVANT MOST LOYAL MARY JOHNSON BUDDY DeFORD MOST DEPENDABLE NORMA KINCANNON GARY GARDNER PRETTIEST HAIR KAY WOODWARD KEITH DODSON. . . in Altus High FRIENDLIEST HAZEL ZINN LARRY HALVE MOST VALUABLE SUE MAHAN LARRY DERRYBERRY BEST PERSONALITY BEST ATHLETE JUDY THOMPSON ULETA JESTER KENNETH MONZINGO BOBBY BANNISTERJunior Class CLASS PARENTS MR. AND MRS. CALLAWAY BUCKLEY CLASS OFFICERS DANNY METCALF - Vice President JOE DOCKERY - President CAROL STURDEVANT - Secretary NELLIE SUE LeVICK - Treasurer CLASS SPONSORS MR. J. C. HICKS MRS. FRANK SMARTTheda Abercombie Wade Adkins Nancy Acquistapace Linda Anderson David Ashley Gaylan Bailey Charlene Bailey Alvin Ballard Nettie Ann Barnes Abbott Kenneth Barnett Dequetta Bearden Jim Bob Beavers Sandra Bennett Nelda Bennett Kay Biles Nancy Bishop Glenda Blackburn Linda Boatright Johnson Benda Boyett Wade BradfordBetty Browder Terry Brown Jo Beverly Buckle Jessie Burgan Linda Carter Judy Carver Roy Cary Thomas Cavenar Buster Chism Kay Cleveland Janet Click Evelyn Cockerill Janice Combs Frank Cotner Barbara Davis Joe Mac Dockery Paul Denton Jerry Duncan Joretta Fisher Sandra FrancisLinda Freeman Ramona Gray Donnie Groves Betty Halcomb Reva Hancock Jerry Harrison Walter Harvick Perry Hasty Marie Hatfield Carl Hatton Jimmy Haws Don Haynie Gloria Herring Donnie Higgs Royce Hill Linda Hines Betty Holland Otis Homish Tim Hoyt Floyd HughesMary Joyce Hukill Kent Humphrey» Patsy Peyton Ivey Henry James Jimmy Jameson James Johnson Sarah Jo Johnson Patricia Jones Pat Jones Roger Jones Ethel Jones Mary Ann Jordon Bobby Craig Kastner Roy Glen Kelly Patsy Kenmore Jerry Knox Janice Lankford Glen Ledbetter Davis Leister Sue LeVickKay Lewis Ronald Lovell Paul David Maley Judy McCarter Danny Metcalf Jerry Milligan Jo Dean Nall Allen Neighbors Charles O'Rear Francis Ousley Janie Pickett Charlotte Purcell Terri Reeves Louise Reeves Carol Reaves Barbara Richardson Rodney Roach Jerry Robertson Neil Roe June RushDavid Scruggs Brian Steele Sandra Sease Myrna Smith Danelle Stafford Judy Stanton Carol Sturdevant James Taylor James David Thomson Toy Ann Thurmond Keith Thurmond David Turner Mazie Vaughn Weldon Vaughn Denny Wagoner Garland Waldrop James Walker Albert Ward Barbara Warren Donna WilliamsBEST ALL AROUND MYRNA SMITH JOE DOCKERYSophomore Class CLASS SPONSORS MR. J. D. NORMAN MRS. D. A. SHIRLEY CLASS OFFICERS PHILLIP RAY - Vice-President RICHARD MOORE - President SUZANNE LaGREE - Secretary CLASS PARENTS MR. AND MRS. HOWARD MARTINDon Bob Allen Angelene Anderson John Arrndonda Arzella Ashley Joe Avila Marita Babb Karen Barnes Janie Barringer Jerry Beets Larry Bills Judie Brock Paula Brock Shirley Burford Dale Bush Joyce Carpenter Gary Carter Judy Castle John Chennault Elizabeth Chisum Floy ClaiborneFrank Claiborne Ruth Cleveland Patricia Cole Marsha Crain Larry Cribbs Donna Cyphers Sally Dejarnett Mason Dickerson Freddy Mack Downs Eunice Duke Bennie Duke Wiley Dunn Roy Lynn Ellis Floyd Estes Darlene Felty Marlene Felty Jane Filbeck Jean Kaye Foster William Foster Connie FrySue Garvin Tommy George Mary Ann Graves Carolyn Grider Paula Hagain Joe Harrison Roberta Harrod Billy Hash Helen Hatfield Rosalyn Hathaway Dennis Hayes Rebecca Hernandez Kenneth Hill Kenneth Hixon Linda Hodgkinson Glenda Hoover Gary Jackson Bill Jean Charlie Johnson Eddie Johnson Jerry Don Johnson Carole Jones Albert Jones Bobby Jones Joyce Kastner Harold Kerbo Ingrid Kiker Max Kincannon Arthur Kincannon Lynda Kirby Karen Kline Audrey Kuykendall Suzanne LaGree Judy Laird Annette Lee Mike Lees Beverly Lightfoot June Little Belva Littlefield Max LoganPete Lowry Vicki Malinke Marilyn Mainard Brenda Marshall Howard Martin Jimmy Mason Ellen McAskill Patricia McClard Diana McDaniel Gene McGee Russell McGee Linda Meares Sue Melton Marilyn Metcalf Bollie Miller Hattie Lou Miller f I - ils Richard Moore Shirley Morgan Sheridan Murphy Ramsay MyattHoward Nichols Mike Parrent Linda Paxton Frances Perry Robert Perry Myra Sue Phillips Joe Mike Pierce Judy Prescott Kenneth Price Phillip Ray Bill Ray Dale Richey Darion Riddle Virginia Roberts Cherry Rotan Deloris Rowlett Rex Russell Raoul Sanchez Priscilla Shamblin Lanny SmithTroy Gene Smith Robert Spangler Mary Staal Johnny Stanton Shirley Stevens William Stone Deraid Sweeten Brenda Taylor Virgil Terry Kay Thomas Jimmie Thrash Harry Thurmond Linda Tims Jerry Trammell Edward Triplett Vivian Turner Charles Uhles Jarl VanNess Joyce Walker Ann WaltonV Josephine White Judy Williams Ollie Dean Williamson Richard Worsham John Yates Anita Youngblood Hugh Zumbro El Denna JordanThese boys make up the Altus chapter of F. F. A. They always put forth the effort needed to come out on top in whatever they do. Mr. Tom Perryman is their instructor. F.F.A. F.F.A. OFFICERS President - Harlan Anderson (Seated). (Standing L. to R.): Instructor - Mr. Tom Perryman. Treasurer - Donald Shaw. Secretary - David Trent, Re- porter - Fred Willis. Vice-President - Wiltsie Haley; Sentinels Hugh Zumbro and John Chennault.Pep Assemblies These female Bulldogs were all ready to go in the starting line-up against the Elk City Elks. Joe Norman, along with the rest of the Bulldogs, went bear hunting one Friday with the intention of bringing back a John Marshall Bear. The cheerleaders kept a sharp look- out all day Friday for bears in the vicinity in hopes that they would see them before the Bulldogs did. In preparation for the Cushing game, Mickey Tims and James Adams were all decked out in their short skirts and gave the regular twirlers quite a bit of competition.This picture was taken before the Altus-Elk City football game following a pep rally at the radio station. These girls proved themselves to be loyal "Bulldog Supporters" throughout the entire year. Mrs. Paul Flippin is sponsor. Pep Club OFFICERS Phoebe Brewer, President Martha Woolly, Secretary CHEERLEADERS Mary Alice Johnson, Senior Head Cheerleader Barbara Davis, Junior Paula Hagain, Sophomore These three girls really deserve a vote of appreciation from the entire student body for helping to keep alive "That Bulldog Spirit" throughout the entire year. The Bulldog mascots are Slugger (L) and LuckyBannister Selected On All-State Grid Snjpid Bobby Bannister, rugged «ft tackle and tri-captain for he state semifinalist Altus Bulldog grid eleven, is a mem- ir of the 25-man South All- State squad announced Sunday Dv The Daily Oklahoman. Bannister, a $-2, 195-pound- r. has held a regular t the past ?rform- ing full-tinr f and defen' All-State selection carries with it the right to play in the annual All-Star game to be played in conjunction with the Oklahoma High School Athlet- ic Association coaching clinic in Tulsa next August. The South squad will oppose a ?K most of the All-St 'J since selection 'hdown • rJV d ''eL JOE GIECK Manager W° jv. co' ® vc . o N $ ; VO ,ccv»1e -• »66 75 25« 96 77 „38 35 0 «20 t f t-f t ? i m; 99 95-93 76 81 ° I gjflfelft t ? - ? ' f f V ? 4 r 00 95 »93 90 89 MO -»X?P 1956 Altus Bulldog 1956 FOOTBALL SCHEDULE WE 20 13 0 0 13 0 14 31 35 13 13 14 6 Coaches Art Young and James Starr brought the 1956 Bulldogs from an opening losing streak all the way to the state semi-final play-offs. They are undoubtedly the "fairy godfathers" of the "Cinderella team." MANAGERS Joe Gieck Richard Allgood Buddy DeFord Mangum THEY 24 Anadarko 13 Lawton 42 Vernon 32 Duncan 25 Frederick 33 Hobart 19 Clinton 7 Hollis 6 Elk City 7 Guymon 7 John Marshall 7 Cushing ‘ 13Joe Norman, E. Jim Bob Hensley, E. John Henry, E. James Walker, E. Joe Dockery, Q. B Donnie Groves. B. Buster Chisum, B. Mickey Tims, B. 78- Mark Kizziar, C. James Adams, G. Roy Lee Risner, G. Bob Bannister, T. Hugh Zumbro, T. Ramsey Myatt, E. Joe Avila, B. Jerry Stayton, T. — r c . £ 9 7sa 76 25 Larry Hove, B. Jerry Knox, G. Harlan Anderson, E. Larry Halve, B.Richard Moore, C. Mike Lees, T. Rex Russell, G. Billy Ray, B. n4 Donald Bob Allen, E Jim Bob Beavers, E. Robert Perry. B. Tommy Johnson, T. Ewell Spivey, T. Richard Worsham, B. Pat Jones, B. William Turner, T. Phillip Ray, Q.B. Jerry Johnson, B. Weldon Vaughn, T. Bill Jean, G. Charles Sughrue, E. Queen’s Coronation Football Queen Mary Alice Johnson, Class of '57, is seated on her throne with Junior Princess Barbara Davis, at the left, and Sophomore Princess Linda Tims, right. Queen Mary was crowned by Football Tri-Captains Jim Hensley, Bobby Bannister and James Adams. Altus High scooped the nation on "What's Behind the Green Door” when they opened it to reveal the 1956 Football Queen and her court. Queen Mary and her at- tendants are shown here with the members of that great "Bulldog" football team.MARY ALICE JOHNSONGirls’ Basketball Northside, Texas Cordell Hollis Hollis Frederick Mangum Uleta Jester SCHEDULE Elk City Mangum Watonga Carter Hinton Cordell CLETUS STREET - Coach Karen Duncan Elk City Cordell Frederick Comanche Weaver Snyder Phoebe BrewerAnita Allen Karen Barnes Linda Tims Linda KirbyBoys’ Basketball WE THEY 63 Mangum 54 54 Mangum 53 49 Pampa 72 54 Plainview 71 48 Hollis 33 55 Hollis 23 55 Hollis 38 "A" WE SCHEDULE THEY 47 Frederick 43 40 Frederick 52 46 Duke 43 56 Clinton 41 51 Clinton 42 37 Elk City 55 WE THEY 55 Elk City 86 50 Elk City 60 59 Lawton 60 48 Sayre 28 41 Anadarko 56 50 Cordell 54 46 Cordell 70 These boys are coached by James Starr. "B" SCHEDULE WE THEY 44 Cordell 38 30 Anadarko 32 39 Clinton 36 WE THEY 52 Frederick 25 Clinton Lawton This team is coached by Art Young.wight Starr, Mascot Buster Chisum Oanny Metcalf Jim Hensley Gary Gardner Mickey Tims Kenneth Monzingo John Henry James Walker Philip Ray Rex Russell Bruce Rotan Mark Snell, Mascoi David Trent i I Joe DockeryBaseball These pictures were taken during spring training at the first of the base- ball season. The boys were wearing work-out uniforms because their regular uniforms had not yet been checked out. Gary Gardner Mickey Tims Bobby BannisterKenneth Wilkerson Roy Garrison Phillip Ray A Buster Chitum Don Johnson Alvin Chandler Joe Mac Dockery Ramsey Myatt Rex Russell Richard Worsham O. J. Jones Gary CarterPhysical Education ■ Pec? I . . . One of the most enjoyable assemblies of the year was given by the P.E. classes. The clown at the left is Pee Wee Carey.Track . . . Ping-pong is a favorite game of the boys. They even had ping- pong tournaments during the year. . . . . . The trampoline is a new piece of equipment in the physical educa- tion building. It is used both in physical education and after school when students can work out in the aym."That Altus Band” Shown above is That Altus Band in concert rehearsal in the new band room of Altus Highschool's south wing. The entire group were hosts again for the Tenth Annual Altus Band Festival, April 4 an 5, one of the biggest highschool musical events in the nation. Shown above are the 1957 band officers. Seated are Jean Lillard, band secretary; Keith Allen, president and Diane Barker, festival sec- retary. Standing are, left to right, Keith Dodson, treasurer; David Weber, drum major and Ben Clevenger, vice president.Twirlers JEAN LILLARD MARILYN METCALF BETTY HOLLAND GLORIA HERRING Senior Sophomore Junior Junior Head Twirler P JOE THURLOW Band Director The Pep Band supplies pep and steam for all of those great Bulldog teams. This picture was taken before the last football game of the season with Cushing. The band librarians are Sandra Sease and Sandra Bennett. These members of "That Altus Band" were chosen to participate in the Southwest Honor Band. They are (seated) Sonny Martin, Betty Holland, (standing) Keith Dodson, Robert Spangler, and Andy Ryan.Mixed ChorusGIRLS' GLEE CLUB OFFICERS Sheila Stayton (right), president Martha Woolly, vice-president "Hail to the Bulldogs," sings the Senior Girls'Quartette, composed of Shelia Stayton, Martha Woolly, Kay Snow, and Karen Duncan. Carol Sturdevant, Gloria Herring, and Jo Beverly Buckley are the Junior Trio. "The Three J's" make up the Sophomore Trio. They are Judy Williams, Judy Pres- cott, and June Little.The Boys' Quartette is composed of Bryan Steele, Paul David Maley, Andy Ryan, and Kenneth Bar- nett. These students represented Altus High in the 1956- 57 All-State Choir. (Above) Phoebe Brewer, Jo Beverly .Buckley, Flora Reid, Judy Williams, June Little, Judy Pres- cott, Suzanne LaGree, and (Seated) Shelia Stayton (Left) Kenneth Barnett, Keith Allen, and Paul David Maley.74e COLLAR IT ENCIRCLES ALL OUR SCHOOL REPRESENTS ALTUS SENIOR HIGHSCHOOL. ALTUS, OKLAHOMA n tu t r c. j Member Oklahoma Interscholastic Press Association Published By The Journalism Students m % Robert Boaldin Phil Sturdevant Jo Beverly Buckley Carol Sturdevant Andy Ryan Judy Uhles Standing is the sponsor of "The Collar" staff, Mrs. Weldon Ferris. Andy Ryan Judy Uhles Beth Hein Beverly Gramling Sandra Mickelson Doris Haney Anita Allen Joye Martin Phoebe Brewer Mary Alice Johnson Jean Lillard Barbara Trammell Susanna Mahan Karen Duncan Diane Barker Kay LewisThese girls have spent many hours trying to make THE BULLDOG of '57 another champion Bulldog in which Altus highschool will take pride. Left to right they are Suzanne LaGree, sophomore; Susanna Mahan, senior and editor; Linda Hines and Jo Beverly Buckley, juniors; and, seated, Barbara Tram- mell, senior. THE This picture was taken during the "last minute rush" of completing th. annual. Putting on the finishing touches are Susanna Mahan, editor and Barbara Trammell, co-editor. Appearances to the contrary, these girls are kept busy in the office in the afternoon. They are posed for the Bulldog pic- ture in a relaxed mood, left to right, Corina Shipley, Jane Pickett, Nellie Sue LeVick and Linda Kirby. The office girls help make the friendly atmosphere at Altus High. These girls are in the principal's office during the morning when attendance is reported. They are (left to right) Benda Boyett, Janice Lankford, Jo Ann Blackerby, Charla Felty, Sandra Mickel- son, Uleta Jester and (seated) Myma Smith. Office and Mimeo Staffs The girls who work in the mimeograph department keep the students of Altus High well- stocked with home work and tests. Mr. J. C. Hicks is their advisor. Reading from left to right they are: front row, Nor- ma Kincannon and Susanna Mahan; second row, Bettye Simpson, Kay Woodward, Kay Snow; third row. Mr. Hicks, Charla Felty and Kay Lewis.Posed for the Bulldog photo- grapher at the check-out desk of the new library are, left to right, Nancy Bishop, Judy Uhles, Judy McCarter, Marsha Hoehne, Linda Car- ter, Dian Hamilton and Bar- bara Richardson. Library Assistants February 1957 marked the removal of Altus highschool's 12,000 books and bound volumes into its new quarters in the south wing. A fully accredited course in library science is now a part of the curriculum. Mrs. Elizabeth Taylor is instructor-librarian. Behind these assistant librari- ans may be seen the ultra- modern stack room. Student workers from left to right are Josephine White, Rebecca Hernandez, Charlotte Purcell, Sheila Stayton. Terrie Reeves, Sandra Bennett, Floy Lee Clai- borne and Paula Hagain.Junior Play The Junior Class of Altus Highschool Presented "MAUDIE AND THE OPPOSITE SEX" By Kristin Sergei Directed by MRS. PAUL FLIPP1N Monday and Tuesday, December 2 and 3, 1956 8:00 p.m. THE CAST Maudie................. Mrs. Mason............. Mr. Mason.............. Sylvia................. Lynn................... Davy................... Mr. Endicot............ Marge.................. Bev.................... Sandy ................. Teny................... Pat.................... Lifeguards............. Assistant Director Make-up........ Stage Managers . Prompters . . . . ..................Barbara Davis ..............Nellie Sue LeVick ................... Henry James ....................Janet Click ..............Jo Beverly Buckley ...................James Thomson ...................Frank Corner ...................Judy McCarter ...................Jane Pickett .................Charlene Bailey ..................Gloria Herring ...................Benda Boyett ...................Danny Metcalf Don Hanie ..............Joe Felker , . . Mrs. Clifford Peterson Bruce Rotan Joe Dockery ..........Carol Sturdevant Linda HinesSenior Play The Senior Class of Altus Highschool Presented "GIRL CRAZY" A Comedy in Three Acts Directed by MRS. PAUL FLIPPIN Monday and Tuesday, April 8 and 9, 1957 8:00 p.m. Jake..................... Danny Churchill......... Louie................... Cactus.................. Lucky .................. Pete.................... Lank.................... Molly................... Tess.................... Rose..................... Betty................... Janet................... Laura................... Sally................... Babs.................... Sam Mason............... Eagle rock.............. Lieutenant Caddigan. . . Lefty.................. Slim............... . . . Assistant Director Prompter........ . . . Larry Derryberry .........Bert Johansen ............Joe Norman ..........Mark Kizziar ...........Larry Halve . . . . Phil Sturdevant ..........Keith Dodson .........Martha Woolly ..........Jean Lillard ..........Hazel Zinn .........Mona Jameson ........Susanna Mahan ..........Doris Haney . . . . Kay Woodward ..............Kay Snow ...........Mickey Tims ............Larry Hove ............John Henry . . . Richard Allgood .... Ben Clevenger . . John Henry Judy Thompsonnardner! Let's go back to the wild and wooly west!" Enjoying the WESTERN atmosphere here are the members of e ?ulr and senior classes, faculty, and guests at the 1956 Junior-Senior Banter. Junior-Senior Banquet Master of Ceremonies John Henry, left is announcing that these two crazy lookin' cowpokes, Ezra (Phil Sturdevant) and Josh (Andy Ryan) will sing their versions of "I See the Moon" and "There Ain’t No Flies On Us".The Junior Quartette set everyone shaking in his boots as it sang "Cowtown Undertaker". Jean Lillard's tapping toes told everyone, 'T've Got Spurs litat Jingle, Jangle, Jingle." Left to right in this picture are Karen Duncan, Martha Woolly, Kay Woodward, Stella Stay- ton, Kay Snow and Jean Lillard. These four "lovelies" added a touch of comedy with "their” version of "Cigarettes and Whiskey, and Wild, Wild Women." They are Jim Bob Hensley, Jerry Stayton, Larry Halve and Larry Hove. “Low Sundown" was the western melodrama written by Keith Dodson and Andy Ryan. The cast included Larry Derryberrv, DeLois Neal and Keith Dodson with Shelia Stayton in charge of sound effects.LettermenSnappy Sophomores Jolly Juniors

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