Antlers High School - Yearbook (Antlers, OK)

 - Class of 1953

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Institutional yearbooks are the history that the posterity of a community study that they may better know their kinsmen and neighbors. we are writing history each day of our school life, may we make it a record to which we can point with pride. This yearbook is the product of cooperative effort on the part of the student body and yearbook staff. May the same spirit of helpfulness to others, forgetting self, dominate our lives in the building of a greater Antlers, a greater Oklahoma, and a greater nation. ,.w.-at i C F5 v ff ,,LL 1 if ' if gr if 25 W? 5 4""'7'fv22 BOARD CDF EDUCATIO The members of the Antlers, Oklahoma, School Board. Pictured above are left to right: Bill Silverman, Clerk, Homer McFatridge, Alvin J. Morris, Chairman, H.F. Har- grove, Vice Chairman, and LC, Barham. ffm. FACULTY PAUL BLAIR Social Science ED EARSOM Band, Vocal Music FLORA EASTON English, Library ,jv I MPN rw x I ' 4 I if GLEN EMERSON IAMES HARRIS LOU HAMPSON MARY LOUISE HILDERBRAND Science Physical Education, Home Economics Mathematics Shop ,-f , X, V Ov-1 ,fl sux. flW"1': L, MINNIE JESSON Commerce wa 'Q W VERA LANHAM A. V. MILLS GLADYS S. NEWCOMB Mathematics. Home Social Science English, Latin Economics Physical gducatign A QI- - 715.5647 or ' If S,W, PACE History, Science BILL SIMS Vocational Agriculture ELOISE VA UGHT English, Art High school faculty enjoy coffee and doughnuts at eight o'clock faculty meeting Band Mothers receive the long hoped for uniforms, Mrs, G. R, Holton, Mrs. E, B, Burgess, and Mrs. Powell West examine them, Mrs, Homer McFatridge, president, was too ill to be present on the great day, The group pose at the entrance of Good- land Academy when the Oklahoma history classes of Mr. Blair and Mr, Mills toured the historic gpgtg of Southeastern Oklahoma, stopping at Goodland, Rose Hill, Ft, Tow- son, Wheelock Academy, and other places of interest, SE NIORS DOTTY BAGGETT GORDON BLAN FHA 1-2-3 FFA l-2-3 Junior Play Basketball 3 Library Staff 3 Baseball 2 PAT CHILES SUE CONNELL FHA 3 FHA 1-2 Annual Staff Queen's Attendant FERN FRANKS CLARA GODWIN Annual Staff 3 Pep Club 1-2-3 FHA l-3 Library Staff JENELLE BRUCE Student Council 3 Annual Co-Editor Band 2-3 LOIS DOSHIER Basketball 1-2-3 FHA 2-3 Librarian 2 SHARLENE BRYANT Student Council l-2 Annual Editor 3 Scholastic Award 1-2 SALLY FARR Pep Club 1-2-3 FHA 2-3 Librarian 2 GENE HILL Basketball 1-2-3 FFA l-2-3 FFA Vice President BARBARA KARR FHA l-2-3 Parliamentarian 3 Pep Club 1-2-3 WAYNE HODNETT FFA 1-2-3 BILL KENDRICK Junior Play 2 Class Vice Presid Boys' State 2 ent 3 gig . GENE HOLLOWAY Football 2 - 3 DELORIS IACKS Annual staff Class President 3 Library 3 Boys' State 2 Class Secretary 3 JANE KENDRICK ROY MARTIN Girls' State 2 Football 2-3 FHA President 3 Track 2-3 Pep Vice President 3 NORMA MASTERS LENORA MCKNIGHT Pep Club 2-3 Basketball 1-2-3 Cheerleader 2 FHA 3 Annual Staff 3 K., all BETTY MCCLURKEN Annual Staff 3 Cheerleader l FHA Vice President PAUL NELSON FFA l-2-3 Basketball 2-3 Football 3 'Ilan WANDA MELTON Basketball l Junior Play 2 Pep Club 3 CHARLENE NATION FHA 1-2-3 Pep Club l-2-3 Annual Staff 3 Q' s-'W' f if 9' '3 'K -- 'UvQ"'9r ""'1"Nl' MAXINE BENNETT SUE MUSGRAVE FHA 1-2 Basketball 1-2-3 Library Staff 2 FHA 1-2-3 Junior Play Halloween Queen 3 GWENDOLYN PARKER VIRGIL REICH FHA 1-2-3 FOOIb3.u 1-2-3 Baseball 2-3 Football Co-Captain 3 MILLARD SHERRER JOHNNIE SAVAGE Basketball 1-2-3 FHA 1-2-3 Football l-2-3 President of Baseball 1-2-3 Student Council President of Class 2 ANN SIMPSON FHA 3 Class Secretary 2 Queen Attendant HAZEL STOWE Library 3 , . 'ar vm- K 4 DONALD SMITH Junior Play 2 EUNICE TALLEY FHA I-2-3 Basketball 1-2-3 Pep Club President 3 JANE WILKIE Pep Club l-2-3 Junior Play 2 Annual Staff 3 IANIE SMITH Band 2-3 Cheerleader 3' Annual Staff 3 WAYLAN WADE Football 2-3 Basketball 2-3 FFA President 3 'lf , lx MARGARET SMITH Librarian 2 MORRIS WILHITE Football l-2-3 Basketball 1-2-3 Baseball 3 1 Former students attending special as- sembly held annually just before the Christmas holidays for returning gradu- ates , Bn... Senior Sponsors: EARNEST HOOSER A,V, MILLS GLADYS S, NEWCOMB Senior students enjoy Christmas party. JUNIORS LOYD CATHER LAVENE COFFMAN CHARLES COCHRAN OMER DOSHIER SUE EVERETT BILLY FLEMMING MADGE FRANKS CHARLIE GARRISON DOLORES GIBSON HOWARD HAIRRELL HORACE HAMLIN CLARA BELL HARKEY IERRY BELL MARANIA BLANKENSHIP PAUL BRACKEEN WALTON BRUER BOB BURTON JOY BURROUGH 5 s A ngnr-1165 N an BOBBY HARRIS WAYNE HATCHER MARY HOLDER SUE JACKSON BILL JESSON BOB JESSON ,,...4v 19 LEONA JOHNSON JOHNNY JONES BILLYE LOGAN BILLY LANGFORD BOB MEAC HAM BOB MILAM IUA NITA MITCHELL PATSY MILLER BOB PACE MAGGIE SUE POTTS MILTON RHODES BERT ROBERTSON SUE STEVENS CHARLES STEPHENSON GLENDA SWEETEN FRED TUCKER VICTOR UNDERWOOD CLARICE VANDAGRIFF BOB VAN METER BEN WEDDINGTON TOMMY WELLS SALLY WEST DONNIE WESTBROOK BARBARA WHEELER DANNY IO WILHITE DALE WILSON JIMMY WOOTEN JIMMY WOOLDRIDGE 4 SOPHOMORES Jimmie Barcom Charliene Becker Betty Birchfield Dorothy Boykin Bobby Bryant Coy Burgess Kenneth Butler Earlene Cantrell Harold Carter J, D, Carter Lo Etta Bates Joyce Baker Margie Lee Bailey walt rx- -, kafw' ff, f 's' , 1 my X Qiflk f 12 at j 5 fig ' up is 1 1 I at :nl lil fy 'i kk.,k. , B ' 3 A Felton Cash Nancy Cooper Franklin Crippin Billy Crowder Betty Davenport Estelene Dial Joan Dial Rosie Felikatubi Charles Gernand Betty Gordon Patricia Gunter Shirley Hamlin Donnie Hammons Ronnie Hammons Don Helm Danny Parris Georgia Reich Bobby Ridley Joan Rose Leila Sherrer Tommy Taylor Claudia Thompson Donald Vaughn Paul Wade John Walker Jonas Watson Joe Wayman Mattie Sue Winters Dorothy Wooten Bernice Gibson rt? ,ilk lx r ,J , ,J Douglas Helm Jimmie Hill Patsy Jean Hill if I .Il L A Billy Holloway G, R, Holton Gary Paul Jackson Margaret Killian Lavon Lewis Loretta Leonard Norma Jean Moran Ruthie Mills Sarah Jane Orcutt Jimmie Parker . 'K if? ss t M E " iflkffi X ,ug po: CLASS OFFICERS JU IORS President, Donnie Westbrook, Vice President, Bobby lesson, Secretary, Glenda Sweeten, Student Council Rep. , Billy Jesson and Joy Burrough. lik in K E nie, 7' -. M .Q -,l 311 E, - half' fkx sf SENICJRS President, Gene Holloway, Vice President, Bill Kendrick, Secretary, Deloris Jacks, Reporter, Jane Ken- drick, Student Council Rep, , Jenelle Bruce, and Gene Holloway, M gg 55 'TW 3 X 2 V. 'i Qt i SQPHGMORES President, Earlene Cantrell, Vice President, Bob Bryant, Secretary, G,R. Holton, Parliamentarian, Margaret Killian, Student Council Rep., Claudia Thompson and Jimmy Hill. 1 Jumak HIGH Doyal Barnett Kenneth Blan Ross Boykin Doris Brown Fern Brown Mary Ellen Brown James Bruer Mary Sue Burton Wanda Jo Cash Earl Chiles Barbara Choate Robert Cleveland John Cocke Gates Copeland Shirley Cranford Raymond Crippin Patsy Dana Peggy Davis Norma Dunn Shirley Echols X if Y y in .gt 5 ,v,,,3,J,. . 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Lee Thelma Martin Joyce Masters Johnny McFatridge Arlene Mitchell Joy Moon Larry Morgan Don Morris Pattye Perryman Jean Pointer Julius Rard James Robertson Betty Redman Tommie Rhodes Gayle Ridley Ruth Robbins J. I. Savage Elaine Schweining ,143 Qsififa' 4 Q , . JSE - , .st 14 4' X. Q. . f sl. 51:3 sl. f 9 r A1 1 0 iq 5 4 o 1 f P 5 Q N , c 7 3 I w- A l a 5 0 E ss XM...-"' , . kr - . ,,L : ,N Y , Y t it Y "' -' 'F - 'ff ' P3 ., , M , , M , C writ ' M V V ii as is ll . gzzl -h E B ,if ssfftigisg His: 4 as 53 i " . la . jg i f L K T ii Vi A , L, VVL? 3 Kg Q.: t .1 S ' B if B S f - W F C, B ' W F p S F , ' 1 - -5 . 4 6' . V Q In A ' N is he WA B , t, s ' ill . Eb : Iii FW , 6 . Q. P , I N . W: . av F F tter at - Q ., , ,..,-, Q 4' ms, gil i 1 . 'B .. F' Y . K - 'v' 8 :5 B sel, My wif I X Q , if V X l ,i K 5 ' , 'Y V , as - S2 ix? . 5 x w f ' AI. Q 1 A L it B f f' 3 'M f ,Q . f A ' 5 A I M Q2 I. V, 5 A I K I 2 A - is , g . t g gg bzib X 1, V. L g ,L g g b l 5 VKQQ ' fr S 5, C A H 1 ' . if B . gg . A I :EEE ,W K F I kkry ..f: ai E, ,. l Xt MX W . ,:z1. ""'i Q WE: J ' -iff X f f ,Q 6? E ' is , A 6 First row: Benny Akard, Sidney Baggs, Charles Barbee, Bob Barberousse, Patrica Bell, Wynona Berry, Janet Billy, Jerry Booker. Second row: Phyllis Burgess, Douglas Childers, Ronald Couch, Billy Cunningham, Lavonne Dees, Virgil Dickey, Teddy Fennell, Rose Marie Flood. Third row: Nadine Gernand, Donald Grist, Louise Hatcher, Judy Holton, Wanda Isbell, Harvey Jacks, Jan Kennedy, Joe Kennedy. Fourth row: Jimmy Langley, Glenn Lebow, John Lindley, Bobby Logan, Mary Lou Loy, Charles Luesada, Bobby Musgraves, Billy Miller. Fifth row: Ruth Pilcher, Harold Plumlee, Walter Reich, Iakie Io Rosenthal, Barry Schweining, Frances Shaw, Norma Silvey, Bessie Smith. Sixth row: Herman Don Stowe, Virginia Walls, Billy Watson, Charles Weddington, Hollie Joe West, Janis Wheeler, Carl White, Ruth Wilkin. 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I I l ' Q' lr 9 fa K 4 x if I 1 . 4 d ft P-'::. d ,,, 4' M ' if 1, ' ' Fl' has fi M i W ' ' i gf it V5 6 A -N' 5-3 1 45 -, f. f 4 . . 5 ,f r , li Fir at row: Philip Almond, Jane Baggett, Terry Barham, Jean Billy, Robert Brumfield, Sue Burgess, Arnida Burnette, David Burrough, ' Second row: David Burton, Donnie Butler, Harvey Cogburn, Geary Dial, Patsy Easley, Willie Frazier, Ronald Gregg, D. W. Harmon. Third row: Neva Jo Harris, Victor Helm, Lois Lee Hendrix, James Horton, Ruby Jones, Christine Lang- ley, Harlan Lawson, Bobby Loman. Fourth row: Oddis Martin, R. W. May, Sara Jane Milam, Patricia Mills, Terry Morris, Sherry Murry, Billy Musgrave, Donald Neese. Fifth row: Carolyn Nelson, Robert Pierce, Suellen Rhodes, Jerry Shackelford, David Shade, Marvin Shiew, Johnny Shults, Louise Shults. Sixth ro'w: Linda Spanhank, Betty Spencer, Billy Standridge, Wanda Sterling, Frieda Stewart, Mickey Tims, Kenneth Vaughan, Martha Wade. Seventh row: Joe Williams, Johnny Yandell. President, Johnny McFatridge, Vice President, Jack Franks, Secretary, Tommy Jackson, Reporter, John Cocke, Student Council Rep. , Bill Silverman and Peggy Jackson. President, Jerry Shackelford, Vice President, R,W, May, Secretary- Treasurer, Mickey Tims, Student Council Rep. , Wanda Sterling and Terry Barham. President, Nadine Gernand, Vice President, Phyllis Burgess, Secretary- Treasurer, Jan Kennedy, Student Council Rep, , Bobby Logan and Louise Hatcher, iii 9 i' P5 ,K ,z rv af 6 :Nh ll' Q ll' 58 as U s'm up f .6 ' I If IW? 1 X m '-1 X ,ff 1 jim I 4' if Q 5 5 "l3XX...+' -lm. .Ivan- IA 'X 5 waunnnunllllw GEORGE E, ROSENTHAL Principal of Brantly School BRA TLY SCHOOL FACULTY .15 Jfik, Front row, left to right: Ina Smith, Marie Ward, Lueda Roberson, Margaret Clymer, Noma Jean Emerson, and Lois Nash. Second row: Ola Sumners, Glenn Kerr, Mary Goodgion, and Olene Perrin, Back row: Bar- tow Teague, Robetoy Speer, Sadie Buchanan, and George E, Rosenthal. Lorene Elliott, not shown. Q . Karen Akins Marvin Askew John Baggs Jane Barcom Harrison Billy IOhr1ny Birchfield Allen Birdsell Edra Booker Paul Booker Iva Brumfield Helen Carter Myrtle Cash Larry Clymer James Couch Kenneth Davis Barbara Dees Billie Durant Robbie Easley Thomas Eccles Irene Elliott Mary Sue Farr Thomas Gray Wayne Grist Patsy Hairrell Neoma Harden Bobbie Hendrix Mickey Holloway Patsy Hooser A,C, House Bill Hughes Freddie Jones Lonnie Lindley Clara Loman Jerry Long Curtis Luesada Don Masters Tony Michela Dolly Oldham Edna Orm Wilma Pace Renea Price Donna Shaw Sherry Silverman Linda Stafford Douglas Standridge Barbara Taylor Billy Todd Glenna Underwood Wendall Vandagriff Wanda Walls Bob West Willie Wilkin Priscilla Williams Charles Yarbrough FIFTH GRADE Eddy Almond Norman Askew Frank Bailey Gwendal Beal Lynnie Bickham Ronald Bishop Arlan Booker Leslie Booker Mary Boyd Charles Boykin Shirley Boykin Eugene Branduch Marvin Branduch Billy Bruce Donald Burgess Frances Burk Clinton Butler Sherry Carter Modenia Cogburn Murray Council Nan Culbertson Jerry Deupree James Dunham Mark Edwards Jewell Elliott James Everett Walter Fairless Johnnie Ferguson James Fuller Janice Gilbert Betty Hall Doris Hairrell John Harkey Gary Harmon Henry Hatcher Carl Hooser Jerry Howard David Hughes Hal Jeffers Billy Jordon Priscilla Jones Clarence Kershaw George Lankford Breck Logan Marie May James Miller Patsy Mitchell Coy Neese Tony Neese Dovie Neice Anita Nelson Sonja Nelson Terry Nelson John Perrin Carol Pilcher Dean Plumlee Wendell Plumlee Billy Prince Elmer Reich Eva Robertson Larry Rose Coy Rosenthal Katherine Scarberry Walter Shields Corina Shiew Paul Smith John Smith Wanda Smith Sammy Spencer Linnie Standridge Willie Steele Jimmie Taylor Sherry Vaught Peggy Wright Ralph Winters, Ir, Jerry Williams Hazel Williams Carolyn Ward Hershell Walls sr Q' 5 4 a F, K 5 5 A S ff M 4 F K Q i' P lffgsigffw r . Z il T s FOURTH GR Claud Bailey Carolyn Barbee Teddy Barham Louis Birdsell Carole Booker Zelpha Booker Kay Booth Wallace Brown Carol Brumfield Howard Cantrell Dorothy Carter Patsy Cash James Cather Gary Clymer Virginia Coffelt Dorothy Crowder Patsy Dees Eugene Etchieson Amos Farr Myrtle Fennel Joanna Frazier Margaret Garner Sandra Hall Harry Halley Harold Harris Frances Henson Paul Henson Judy Howard Joe Jacks Arthur Jones Vivian Jones Janet King Allen Lindamood Janell Masters Tommy Milam Dortha Mitchell Roberta Mitchell Michael Nabors Lillie Neese Dewayne Nelson Donnie Ney Lillie Orn Mary Orr Lavena Parker Jane Pennington James Powell Leonard Sandy Jerry Smith Jane Stamper Betty Todd James Underwood Athelta Vaughn R.C. Vaught Teddy Warden August Williams Betty Williams Sylvia Williams DE " u Y 1 Hy 1 '55 'fiff' if 5 J .Q K Q af Q ,fs A. - x .54- -,4..,,,.ma- f M Patsy Almond Reggie Arnold Billy Ray Battice Shirley Beasley Cheryl Bedwell Melba Bishop James Bludworth Kay Booker La Don Burgess Sherry Cash Vella Eastham David Elliott Don Everette Linda Everett Jimmie Fairless Lynne Farr Cheryl Gates Linda Hall Donald Harmon Joyce Henson Eddie Jeffers Phyllis Johnston 'Joel Jordan Michael Kirtley James Langford Arthur Lindamood Walter Lindamood Sandra Lindley Carrel Martin Leonard Massey Wanda Masters Susan May Joe Mollenkopf Donnie Morris Mollie McCoy Gail Nabors Michael Nabors Bob Neese Donnie Lee Neese Gene Neese Charles Nelson Troy Oldham Thomas Orm Jerry Parker Donna Pate Ellis Roberson Clara Sampson Lenda Sandy Patsy Shults David Smith Dixie Taylor Gladys Taylor Jerry Vandagriff Lena Wade Ezeakias Walker Rita Wilson Alfred Yarbrough SECOND GRADE Greg Akard Loretta Allen Rebecca Allen Karla Barker Melba Bailey Kenneth Beal Carl Beasley Susan Birsell Margaret Bishop Sherry Booker Richard Boykin Carolyn Breshears Herman Breshears Eugene Brown Wayne Brown Carol Carter Marlyn Carter Robert Cather Larry Cochran Alvis Couch Raymond Crowder John Dillishaw Noah Elliott Billy Finley Faye Frazier Charles Frye Iane Fuller Katherine Golden Troy Graham Stephen Hall Bobby Harmon Phyllis Helm Danny Hill Francine Horton Linda Howard Dale Howell Georgia Hubbs Kenneth Hubbs Norma Jacks Glenda Jackson Mary Johnson Clara Jones Martha Jones Edna Jordan Ioan Jordan " FIRST GRADE Sue Kelley Larry Landreth Lola Lankford May Lendamood Paula Loman Sandra Lowery Patsy Martin David Miller Thomas Miller Betty Morrison Sally Neeley Carlos Neese Geraldine Neese Patsy Neese Larry Ney Doris Orm Mary Owens Sherry Payne A. L, Parks Floyd Peters Darlene Pierce Danny Reed Tommy Roebuck Elsa Russell Edith Scarberry Jallllita. Snow Fayrene Standridge Joe Steel Benny Taylor Perry Taylor Mary Lynn Tims Roberta Turner Ernest Wall Larry Wall Newman Walker James Ward I ames Warden Phyllis Sue Warden Joe Wilkin Amy Winters Frankie Williams Roy Wonsch. Ir. FIRST GRADE 1' -U 7 gf 5 fi' M F W-W-"J Qflg , . , lim '32 1 5 .,, 'R' ,X I IN MEMORIAM We dedicate this page in memory of Miss Clara Redman, All of Antlers was saddened by the death of Miss Redman, which occured suddenly on Decem- ber 23, She had retired in the spring of 1952 after having taught fifty years in the schools of Indian Territory and Oklahoma: Forty two of these were spent in the Antlers Public Schools. Miss Clara, as she was known to all, was principal of the Brantly 5611001 fI0m the time if WHS completed in 1937 until she resigned in 1946 and became a special education teacher for the handicapped children, She was a graduate of Southeastern State College of Durant, Oklahoma. and did POS! graduate work at Northwestern University, the University of Oklahoma, and the University of Colorado, She was a member of Kappa Delta Pi, a charter member of the Alpha Gamma Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma, and an honorary life member of both the local Parent Teachers Associ- ation and the Oklahoma Education Association. Miss Clara was active in many civic enterprises and was interested in every movement that was for the betterment of her city. Her works of goodness are indelibly inscribed upon the Antlers community. .519 FA vom rss 4 F F A PRINCESS in 'id'k I li L WE SUE MUSGRAVE sigh CLASS FA ORITE . Senio Gl:NE H0 1' Class u.owAY and SHARLENE any LEONA JOHNSON and B ANT DR, T,L. WITHERSPOON Lf "E ' E Sophomore Class MARGARET KILLIAN, SHIRLEY HAMLIN, and G.R, HOLTON Sponsored By NANCY coomsrz, -,,,,,....-----'M ,,...--""""W'w ,.,.-f ,,,-w"' ' C1 ss Iumor a HIL LESSON DR, R, W, AKINS CLASS FA ORITES W I r 3 ,W Ninth Grade MARY SUE BURTON and DON MORRIS Seventh Grade MARTHA WADE and RONALD GREGG Eighth Grade JUDY HOLTON BOB BARBAROUSSE and MARY LOU LOY ORGA N1zA nous FUTUP-F o r if RMERS FA if OF , 1-s r .Q is BILL SIMS, Advisor T1 . , " --,A -.-11mg',f1..-1.'- was Q ,-. L i, Y. K Bshsgylw-'. f - irfij, 'W fs-fi1f5N,i'9il'fs, ff '35 ffTf,t'if, P f Q.. , A995 7, A M45-gf., ,wQ?',,Q 'Yg,?QQ2'v!f' ,SM Aff ' 5' JV f Y" kr, '- , "Y" ' Ms '1 Liv 1 -'W ff-7 if ffflffik' ' f-'s "---?'- -s ' 'A ' f, if .f.l.,f'1. + M. ,Q '-.A f , S' 1 !,f?f'fls.'3 . :aff- f1"'1"JQ'!f5 mm 73' Q , J' "iffy - ' rf T ' ,ya- K 4 K 7. , ,mmf , , V ff' S' A-.frm-,I , . A: L ,.k.J sv . as fl mi:- 'I'he Antlers Chapter of the Future Farmers of America was established in 1938. Mr. Bill Sims, the present advisor has been here since 1940. 'I'he chapter feels justly proud of the work it has accomplished and the honors it has won, Ten boys from this chapter have received the Junior Master Farmer Degree, This chapter has furnished one state FFA president and two state vice-presidents. One member received the Governor's Award and the American Farmer Degree, which is the highest degree awarded in the nation. Teams representing this chapter won the all around trophy in the District Agricultural Contest at Durant in 1947 and 1948. Last year the chapter won a number of honors. Bobby Milam had the grand champion barrow at the Junior County Live Stock Show. The same barrow won grand champi- on again at the district show at Paris, Texas. At the same show Tommy Taylor's Hereford heifer was judged Reserve Grand Champion. At the district agricultural contest at Wilburton the Antlers Chapter won more points than any of the other sixty chapters participating, In the Pushmataha County Fair Tommy Taylor showed the grand Champion Hereford female, and Paul Wade showed Grand Champion Hereford male, Millard Sherrer had the grand Champion sow in the show, and Felton Cash showed the grand champion barrow, In the County Land judging Contest held in January of 1953 the Antlers Chapter placed first. Sponsored by DR, R, O, LANE and DR, J, A, SERVAIS F.H.A. FFICERS Left to right: Omer Doshier - - ---- Re porter Bobby Pace - - ---- Treasurer Eugene Hill - - - - - Vice President Wayland Wade ------- President Donnie Westbrook - - - -Secretary Fred Tucker ---- - - Sentinel Millard Sherrer and Grand Champion Sow Tommy Taylor and his Reserve Grand Champion Hereford Heifer Paul Wade and his Grand Champion Bull af - it SENIOR CHAPTER The Future Homemakers of America is an organization sponsored by the Home Economics Branch of the Office of Education and the American Home Economics Association. There are 265, 000 members in the nationg 11, 580 members in Oklahomag and 67 members in the local Antlers Chap- ters. G F F I C E R S President ---------- Jane Kendrick FHA Purposes: T0 PROMOTE: Secretary ---- - -Betty McC1urken Appreciation of the joys and sat- isfaction of homemaking. Vice President - - - - - -Sue Stevens Worthy horne membership. Democracy in home and com- munity life. Good home andfamily lifefor all. Inlernalional good will. Development of creative leader- ship in home and community life. Wholesome individual and group recreation. Interest in home economics. X6 5 "" "'i " x is 995, HUMEMAK Q :Hi E W AMERICA JUNIOR CHAPTER QQANIQ use-n Sl at Q.. 'l COLORS MOTTO FLOWER Red and White Toward New Horizons Red Rose QM A K ERS Owh 0, Lf' . 14 S' K ' 'Q sm Ewa 1 v.L-- f J' tr-wf M IQ? GO W 3 G ,p Q, g i 3 0 NEW HO l :fiiir President ---- - - Margaret Welch Vice President - - - - - -Mary Lou Loy Secretary - - - - - - - Doris Goodger N-,.,?afV, Miss Betty McKenzie of Public Service Company demonstrates for home economics class, Annual 1952 FHA Christmas Party The FHA go to a camp each summer to Beavers Bend State Park SKY? 1. :M-my fsm 4 LS' 1 . y, W "' TUDENT couNclL Minnie Iesson, Sponsor, Bob lesson, Vice President, G.R, Holton, Secretary, Class Representatives, Sue Sterling, Terry Barham, Bobby Logan, Louise Hatcher, Peggy Jackson, Bill Silverman, Claudia 'I'hompson, Jimmy Hill, Joy Bun-ough, Bill lesson, Ienelle Bruce, and Gene Holloway, IOHNNIE SAVAGE :udent Council President The Antlers High School Student Council was organized in l937 by Principal J, H, Whitsett and Howard E, White, Sponsor. A constitution was written and adopted by the student body. The object of the organization as stated in the constitution is-- To bring closer relationship between student and faculty. To encourage loyalty to school. To promote the spirit of unity and cooperation among students. To provide an agency for the promotion and supervision of student activities. To stimulate interest in student leadership. One of the aims of the Student Council has been to encourage a worth while assembly program. It sponsored the adoption of our assembly ritual and each semester has given an award to the group in junior high and senior high having the best assembly program. The Council has given an Activity Award each year to the student in junior high and high school who scores the most points in activities. These activities include class and club offices, perfect attendance, scholastic honors and other achievements, A popular program of the Student Council is the annual Stunt Night. With the proceeds from this the Council gives a gift to the school. ,Q all ANNUAL S1 PH BUSINESS MA NAG Bill Iesson PHOTOGRAPHY: Bill Kendrick Charles Stephenson ADVERTISING: Jane Kendrick Sally Farr Janie Smith Charlene Nation Millard Sherrer ADVISOR - - - - - - Flora Easton EDITOR ---------- Sharle A SSISTANT EDITOR ---- ASSISTAN ER: ne Bryant -Iene lle Bruce -Robe T EDITOR- - - - rt Burton CIRCULATION: Sue Connell Jane Wilkie Fern Franks Norma Masters MAKE UP: Betty McClurken I oy Burrough Sally West Olarice Vandagriff Sponsored By LEE WELCH, ATTORNEY ACTIVITIES ft V E C 'Wx J QQ: 5 Y ' 0 l Mr. ED EARSOM Band Director CLARINETS Peggy Jackson Mary Lou Loy Jakie Rosenthal Jerry Bell Pattye Perryman Wanda Isbell Jimmy Parker Billy Watson Bill Musgrave Robert Pierce ALTO SAXOPHONES Johnny Mc Fatridge Bob Jesson Ben Akard Nancy Cooper Doris Goodger Mattie Winters Joy Burrough John Yandell TENOR SAX OP HONE Pat Miller BARITONE SAXOP HONE Bill Jesson OBOE Jenelle Bruce FLUTES Gary Jackson Janie Smith FRENCH HORNS Mary Burton Clara Belle Harkey Jessie Sue Tucker BELL LYRAS Betty Birchfield Kay Schweining ALTO HORNS Sally West Jewel Wilhite CORNETS Robert Burton Judy Holton Phyllis Burgess Joyce Baker Shirley Hamlin Clarice Vandagriff Wynona Berry Jan Kennedy Harlan Lawson Bobby Logan Bob Musgrave Claudia Thompson Charles Weddington Janet Billy Doris Goodger, Sally West,, and Clara Belle Harkey , rr 'fm Y 5 BILL JESSON Drum Major TROMBONES Douglas Helm Margaret Welch Terry Barham Tom Jackson Jerry Shackelford John Cocke David Burton Carl White -' ls 1 ' f my BARITONES Lavene Coffman Charles Barbee Tommie Rhodes Danny Parris BASSES G, R. Holton Charles Stephenson David Shade PERCUSSION Margaret Killian Janice Gilley Joan Rose Estalene Dial Juanita Mitchell Bessie Smith fwl-J M ji X A? ,. U Q F 'r QQ 4 . Q K n Q .. .1 A.. ,,,,.,L Q .P '. Im F55 ,. 5,1 V X' 'bf . , J 5. V! F' 'PJ5 T,'vY, ,Aj GIRLS' QUARTET Pattye Perryman Peggy Jackson Phyllis Burgess , W GIRLS' TRIO Ienelle Bruce Sharlene Bryant Billye Logan Gary Jackson, Accompanist J LI I 0 R H IG H C H Q R u S Mary Sue Burton ' A-LS. PEP . vu W, LIBRARY STAFF: First row: Jane Wilkie, Lavon Lewis, Clarice Vandagriff, Lois Doshier, Second row: Madge Franks, Bernice Gibson, Pat Miller, Mary Holder, Betty McC1urken, and Dotty Baggett. CLUB it wt. ,nr 'ff ww' OFFICE STAFF: Juanita Mitchell, Clara Belle Harkey, Jane Kendrick, Earlene Cantrell, Sue Stevens, Ann Simpson, Johnnie Savage and Norma Masters. A scene from the Christmas Pageant The Junior Play Cast Sponsored By DR, A,W. HADDOX Ushers at the Junior Play Below: Mattie Winters, Football Queen, Sue Burton and Doris Goodger, Attendants, Lydia and Buddy Pace, flower girl and crown bearer, Brantly May Pole Tommy Taylor crowns Shirley Hamlin FFA Princess Sue Musgrave, Halloween Queen and Attendants. Cheryl Bell, Brantly May Queen and Ierry Vandagriff, Attendant I 4 L ,fr Antlers High School has it's royalty, An annual event is the Halloween Festival climaxed with the crown- ing of the Halloween Queen, There is also the coronation of the Football Queen and the FFA Princess. A colorful event of the year is the May Day Festival in which three queens are crowned, representing Brantly, Junior High, and High. AW RD WINNERS One of the activities of Commencement week is the Annual Awards Assembly, At this time students who have excelled in the different phases of our school life are recognized and awards are given. Among the awards given are the medals presented each year by the American Legion and Legion Auxiliary to the outstanding girl and boy in junior and senior high school, In 1952 the high school medals were won by Jo Ann Holton and Jewel Wagner, The junior high school medals were won by Earlene Cantrell and G, R. Holton. Neither Absent nor Tardy First row: Pat Miller, Bettye Olive, Sue Stevens, Janie Smith, Jakie Rosenthal, Ava Keen, Second row: Lavene Coffman, Ruth Smith, Joan Dial, Omer Doshier, Harvey Jacks, Johnnie Savage, Third row: Emma Suggs, Joan Parker, Bill Holloway, Gene Holloway, OKLAHOMA HONOR SOCIETY First row: Sue Stevens, Mattie Winters, Charlotte Coffey, Sibbey Godwin, Leona Sherrer, Pauline Blackford, Second row: Clara Belle Harkey, Jessie Lee Cash, Claudia Thomp- son, Sharlene Bryant, Jenelle Bruce, Johnnie Savage, Io Ann Holton, Gary Jackson, Bobby Jesson. Third row: Charles Stephenson, G,R, Holton, Omer Doshier, Fred Tucker, Bob Bryant, and Leroy Heath, J .4.. ,ff"f K T Gene Holloway, sent by Lions Club to Boys' State A medal was presented to the student who had the highest scholastic average in each class, Winners were Allen Holt senior, Sharlene Bryant, junior, Sue Stevens, sophomore, Bob Bryant, 9th Grade, Pattye Perryman, 8th Grade, and Mary Lou Loy, 7th Grade. 'Ll' . QF? .fiiu ' 3 ,pa sf 'ret - 5113118113 Socieh' were . ai Honor jackie Those selected ifznilllagjson, Leonalixiggherlin. Bryant, 30 . Marco Mahonell' Pat scsi? Allen HOU' and lle I jene Iewelwagner. .M-"V af if 'li Activity Award winners were Leona Sherrer and Mary Loy Loy, The twins, Bill and Jane Kendrick were chosen by the American Legion and Legion Auxiliary to attend Boys' State and Girls' State, www .513 i. SQRQSY Fig. N NVQ 1- x ' H' 'f is +050 99,699 5oYe't 00 OYL9' Y- Y MOQCYGQCQEV be xifxx' Lee Rhodes, Custodian e BUS DRIVERS: Leonard Talley, Virgil Blan, Roy Pool, D. F, Davis, and Orval Dun ham. A THLETICS Co-Captains VIRGIL REICH WAYLAND WADE A TLER BEARCAT ' l952 First row: James Harris, Coach, Douglas Helm, Guard, Omer Doshier, Guard, Robert Cleveland, Halfback, Fred Tucker, Center, Tommy Jackson, Tackle, Don Morris, Guard, Bobby Bryant, Halfback, Gene Holloway, Right End. Second row: Bill Fleming, Tackle, Scoty Howell, Tackle, lerry Bell, Tackle, Robert Burton, Left End, Millard Sherrer, Halfback, Billy Lankford, Right End, Jack Frankdx Guard, Leon Wayman, Halfback, Frank Spencer, Tackle, Joe Wayman, Right End, Jonas Watson, Halfbaclf Third row: Billy Holloway, Left End, Virgil Reich, Tackle, gen Weddington, Tackle, Waylan Wade, Fullback, Roy Martin, Tackle, Victor Underwood, Quarterback, Tonimy Wells, Quarterback, G,R. Holton, Left Guard, Bobby Harris, Center, Coy Burgess, Right Guard, Donnie Wxkxstbrook, Center, Paul Nelson, Left End, X Xl 'Q , N. ,Q ah Queen, MATTIE WINTERS Co-Captain. WAYLAND WADE Coach, JAMES HARRIS Assistant Coach, S,W, PACE t ,...,,, , X ,Bt LZj1ff,Cd7f'7aPm -ui ' , 'C 00 "AHA D"B" BA KETBALL TEAM Kneeling: Bob Van Meter, Robert Burton, Coy Burgess, Donnie Hammons, Ben Weddington, Iames Harris, Coach Charlie Garrison, Wayland Wade, Paul Nelson, and Danny Parris. Standing: Joe Wayman, Tommy Wells, Jonas Watson, Billy Lankford, G.R. Holton, Roy Martin, Gene Holloway, Donnie Westbrook, Victor Underwood, Bobby Bryant, Millard Sherrer, and Douglas Helm. PUSHMATAHA COUNTY CHAMPIONS S 45 77 '24 59 FRE HMAN BA KETB LL TEAM First row: Robert Cleveland, Carl Shilling, Larry Morgan, Scotty Howell, and Raymond Crippin. 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