Antlers High School - Yearbook (Antlers, OK)

 - Class of 1958

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-:J-. -' . 2 Aa-T3 ff -9 1 1 THE ANTLERS 1958 ANTLERS, oKLAHoMA YOUR TREASURE CHEST We 'hope that this yearbook will be a treasure chest of happy memo- ries for you in all the years to come. From time to time as you leaf through these pages and relive your high school days, may they recall for you joyful experiences. May you remember and cherish the chal- lenges, accomplishments, and above all, the friends at Antlers High. -L12-Jeff DEDICATION We take pleasure in dedicating the 1958 yearbook to our superintendent, W. A. Obuch. He gives of himself instintingly to our school and community. In addition to his ad- ministrative duties, he with our school board worked so untiringly in providing our new high school building. . As a science teacher and through his interest in science he has placed our science cur- riculum above criticism at this time when so many schools have been found lacking in that field. He is with those in the forefront in every worthwhile civic and religious undertaking in the community and is always welcomed as a speaker because of both his wit and wisdom. Known, too, as a rancher, he is an enthusiastic supporter of the soil conservation pro- gram. Before the students of Antlers High School he always stands for the highest ideals of Christian brotherhood and service. K JLJW SUPERINTENDENT'S MESSAGE Education has a two-fold purpose - to develop a social order whose roots are deep in the fundamental principles of a democratic social order and to develop individuals to maintain and serve in that social Order. Much has been said and written in the last few months concerning the American system of education. These utterances must be disturbing to the youth of today when they begin to evaluate the educational process by which subject matter becomes a part of them. As the American way of life is best for society, so does the American system of education meet one's needs in becoming a part of that so- ciety. Regardless ofthe excellence of our way of life and the efficien- cy of our educational system, one dominate fact stands out in our day: 'Men have learned to destroy far more successfully than they have learned to live together." True we must place greater emphasis on science and mathematics with the handmaiden of civilization - the humanities. The great laws of science have no value if men cannot live together not understand one another. 'Men cannot live by bread alone. " The Antlers Public Schools offer to the community an adequate pro- gram of science, mathematics, history, business, homemaking, agri- culture, language, fine arts, and social subjects. The value of these subjects is not in their offering but in their reception of these subjects by the pupils and parents of the community as a tool for learning and understanding. -.tv 'Fx -. it K '55 """"59vn. p,.1E,, A gkiaiivwii' hug L kr-A Aa- Z- 'lite JIIQ-'Es ,,..,x':s-'S'-toqgg., Ju -Q.. 9+ '!""5R.- ..-.4,,"" -1311.1 ,EFS A4 1 N. 4 .J .lax .-'B 'Hs-.. -Q in vm wing ""':.'-'Q no S-L 3253 Bgsw x 1 'K New Hxgh School Bulldmg 'S-'ll i- "Sh" nl 0 'Ba- s4ZWnk N4N.v.gi,'l:Niu4-x 5 Em , Board of Educ atlon OCAL P JONES Hlgh School Pr1nc1pal W A OBUCH Supenntendent PEARLE FARR Jumor Hlgh Pnnclpal 2? fix CHARLES HARDGRAVE Vocational - Agriculture MINNIE IESSON COIIIIHCICC JOE KEY Coach VERA LAN HAM Mathematics Home Economics GUY PARKER Science LUCILLE PIERCE Mathematics PAULINE ROSENTHAL Social Science ROBERT STODDARD Band ELOISE VAUGHT English 3 IO HN BRAN DON Science Assistant Coach OTTIE JEAN CORDER Mathematics PAUL CORDER Social Science FLORA EASTON English Latin NANNIE FITZGERALD English Speech UOU HAMPSON Vocational - Home Economics 4-v""" Q-' Noella McClure serves Mrs. Obuch at open house. School Board and Mr. Obuch at opening of new high school building. k Teachers register at county workshop. I Scene in lunchroom at county workshop. lu-'U' Ig, L -J ft X ,M is 4 PHILIP ALMOND "Teachers and classrooms are his only ob jectlon to education. " ROBERT BRUMFIELD FFA Secretary 2-3g Football 3. "Live and let live, as 1 will do. " J , 'FTE-' TERRY BARHAM Boys' State 2: National Honor Society: Business Manager of Annual 3. "Sincerity is his middle name. " JANIS BURGESS Junior Class Playg Annual Staff 2: FHA 3. "Her quiet ways only add L0 her charms. " DAVID BURTON Band 1-2-3, Vice Presi- dent 3g Football 1-2-33 Track 1-2. "My only books were women's looks. " BUDDY COX FFA 1-2g Football 2-33 Track 1-2. "Worry little, study less, is his idea of happiness. " DOYLE BATTLES Class Reporter 3g FFA 1 2-3. "Look out, he hath mis- chief in his eye." ARNIDA BURNETT Junior Playg Oklahoma Honor Society: Library Staff 3. 'Unlike others, she is herself. " i 1 x A , . RICHARDBRAME "Why should life or labor be?" DAVID BURROUGH Oklahoma Honor Society: Band 1-2-3g Student Council 1. "The force of his merit makes his way. " 1 .1, .. ll ,--1 ROGER CRANFORD FFA 1-2-3: Football 2-3g Basketball 2-3. "Bewarel I may yet do something sensational." VICTOR HELM FFA 1-2-3. "Sometimes I sit and think but most times I just sit." it TOMMY EVERIDGE Secretary Band 3: Secre- tary Letterman's Clubg Football 2-3. "The wrong way always seems more reasonable." JAMES HORTON FFA 1-2-33 FFA Secretary 2: Livestock Judging Team: President FFA 3. "Lead him to a task and conquer it he will. " -we DON FELIHKATUBE Football 2-3. "I believe in work, but I'm not in favor of it. " MAYBELLE HYNSON Student Council Vice Pres- ident 2, President 33 Annual Staff 2, Co-Editor 35 National and Oklahoma Honor Society. "An all-round girl who radiates joy, she is a friend to each boy and girl. " JOHN JORDAN FFA 1-2-33 FFA Treasurer 3. "I have spread my dreams under her feet. " SHIRLEY JORDAN Girls' State 2: FFA Queen 2g Football Attendant 33 FHA Southeast Vice Pres- ident 3. "So tall, pretty, so calm and cool. " JUNIOR GREER "Thinking is but an idle waste of time. " RUBY JONES Library Staff3g Pep Club3 "Friends and friendly conversation are my companions. " 32" fbs IQ Q 3. Q av Lear X -1+ 41' IONA LEE Basketball 1-2-3g FHA 1-2-3: Pep Club 1-2-3. "As friendly as friendly can be. " SARA MILAM Annua1Staff 3g Junior Play: Office and Library Staff 33 FHA. "Without music, life would be a mistake." CHARLES LEWIS "He'd rather make history than study it. " ANN MORAN Student Council Vice Pres- ident 3g FHA Secretary 3g National Honor Society. 'Always smiling, always SaY- N CAROLYN NELSON Co-Editor of Annual 3: May Queen Attendant lg Office Staff 2-3: FHA 3. "Neat little, sweet little, person. " SUELLEN RHODES FHA 1-3: Pep Club 1-2-3g Junior Play. "I strive not for gold, but for friends." - .-of BOBBY LOMAN Baseball 1-2-33 Football 1-2-35 Basketball 1 -2 -3. "Quiemess is often de- ceiving. " TERRY MORRIS Football 1-2-3g Class Favorite 2. "Why should the devil have all the fun?" - a3.fa3ig.3 as 5. OTIS MARTIN Football 1-2-3, All- District Back 33 Basketball 1-2-3g Baseball 1-2-3. "Not to live at ease is not to live at all." SI-IERRY MURRAY Cheerleader 2: Junior Play: School Reporter 3. "Generally speaking she's generally speaking. " .AY , f 1.4- IERRY SHACKELFORD Letterm an's Club President 3: Class President 3g Foot- ball Captain 3. "Life is itself, but a game of football. " WANDA STERLING Football Attendant 2g Head Cheerleader 33 Annual staff 2-3. "Ring on her finger - man on her mind." DAVID SHADE Band 1-2-3: Football 1-2- 33 Sergeant -at-Arms, "A" Club 3. "Good qualities need no advertising. " FREIDA STEWART FFA Attendant 2-35 FHA Treasurer 3: Annual Staff 2-3. "Nice to look at, nicer to know." A1 1 M ART HA SIMPSON FHA 1-2-3. "A penny for your thoughts. " MICKEY TIMS Baseball 1-2-35 Annual Staff 37 Boys' State 2. "A friend he was to all the country, dear." KENNETH VAUGHN FFA 1. "Custom hath made it in him, a property of easiness. " MARTHA WADE Football Queen 3, FFA Attendant 2-3g FHA Vice President 2, President 3. "She is pretty to walk with and witty to talk with." BETTY SPENCER 'Patience is one of na- ture's vital virtues." ANDREW UNDERWOOD FFA 1-2 -3. "He gained no titles, but lost no friends." 3. 'K IUDY WARD JOE WILLIAMS TOM WILSON JOHN YANDELL Junior Playg Oklahoma 'Life is too short to Junior Playg Football 3: Fggtbgll 1-2 -3g Basket- Honor Society. worry. " Baseball 2-3. ball 2-3g Band 1-2 -3. "With a friend and a "Take care of meg good "SO faithful in love, so song, I'll travel along." men are hard to find. " dallmlegg in war. " 'yy' . A I r, 'ff OFFICERS President ---' ""' ' JERRY SHACKELFORD Vice President - - - ------ OTIS MARTIN Secretary ---- ---- M ICKEY TIMS Reporter ---- Student Council - - DOYLE BATTLES - - - - MARTHA WADE TERRY BARHAM F F ,mm ', ' P+?-fl SHERRY MURRAY, School Reporter , X I --.L U S 5+ A C .msli 1 ,of I CLASS OFFICERS President ------------- KENNETH DAVIS Vice President - - - - - GLENN LABOR Secretary ----- ---------- B ILL POOL Student Council - - -BOB WEST, MILDRED FRANKS x "1 I as rg gifs' -Q: l ' '1"'? 7 GEORGIA ADAMS KAREN AKINS JOHN BAGGS INES BAILEY f'1,- fu: 15 IANE BARCOM BEVERLY BENFORD C ARO LYN BERKEY ,. I IIMMIE IOE BERKEY .,..,...,. . - , J Pi, -Q 515 HARRISON BILLY ALLEN BIRDSELL , DAVID BLICKENSDERFER PAUL BOOKER DON BRENTS IVA BRUMFIELD PATSY CHILDERS LARRY CLYMER ,Aus ff' 'VIVS -3 'r A 0 JERRY DAVIS KENNETH DAVIS SUE GEORGE DENNEY ROBBIE E ASLEY FARR MILDRED FRANKS LORINE GIBSON PATT HAIRRELL N K, Q3 "" , 9. IQ., R X I x -' . Kg. X X X o N Q XX NEOM A HARDEN PEGGY HENDERSON BILLY HILL LINDA JACKSON FREDDIE IONES GLENN LABOR DONALD MASTERS NOELLA MCCLURE GLEN MCM AHAN LUCILLE MILLER SANDRA MORAN JANE PACE J 9 v-y A v 7.5 Ca- 4 Q' H! 'Q A I s..y nv-5 'VO- S 'VN L WILMA PEAVEY LORETTA RICHARDSON MARY FRANCES ROBBINS TRAVIS ROMINES DONNA SUE SHAW BILL POOL TROYCE POOL 5 1, " 'fx' ' sub l'!'g is fl :QA ' a .1 2- i 94-Y ff 45 Q 1, , f 'xx max A f -If - x I ...v 'H W3 i ff! M. 56 'ii CMJ FS f 19'- f ,-Q Q ,13- SHERRY SILVERM AN GEORGE SPLAWN LINDA STAFFORD dy BARBARA .VF -4 DON TAYLOR ALD TIMS GLENNA UNDERWOOD WENDELL VANDERGRIFF WANDA WALLS j NATHAN WARD Bos WEST WILLIE WILKINS PRISCILLA WILLIAMS - f M., ,W :ig-1: V . ,dm - CLASS OFFICERS Jimmie Allen President --------------- JOHN PERRIN Eddy Almond Vice President - - - -JAMES DUNHAM Secretary ---- ---- M ARY BOYD Student Council - - B-3' 21' 49 Picfure Noi' Available ' ' JOYCE WATSON DONALD BURGRESS ig . .. -f ,-BA Patricia Arney fr- V A- . , Billy Arpealar W P 1' M, Fayerene Arthur iii Jean Bailey P 15,9 Jerry Blickensderfer KV Mary Ann Boyd A i , Shirley Boykin J 3 Billy Bruce 5-if fi Robert Buchanan 1 Donald Burgess Mary Ann Burgess Sherman Carter , ,, Yr, - r Murray Council R. D. Danna Richard Davis Jerry Duepree fi aQ.,x Virginia Hogan Jerry Howard Hal Jeffers Priscilla Clarence Kershaw Gary Kimberlin Fred Land Carl Latham Sue Leonard Breck Logan Clara Ruth Loman Marie May Betty Maynard Tony Neese Terry Nelson Michael O Brien 4 ff' is Larry Palmer Betty Parish John Perrin 'U' l fg K W? Coy Lynn Rosenthal Fem Sherrer Clifford Shilling Sue Smith X V Carol Pilcher "" 4 - Mary Io Ragus V X Elmer Reich J' ' T Q Larry Rose N v -fa x A Shirley Simpson SQ- f 1 oi' ,- .J fi. 'li John Reid Smith Wanda Smith Linnie Standridge Thomas Cartright Tommie Marie Thomas Sherry Vaught Carolyn Ward Joyce Watson Jerry Williams Ralph Junior Winters SCENE FROM MOCK TRIAL HELD IN MR. CORDER'S CLASS IN PROBLEMS OF DEMOCRACY Judge Allen Birdsell Swearing in a witness The Jury Y f7'4b-E, Council for the defense k I A 3 . hell . ghlits E B0 , S modehilg akin? 'VS In hom H1 6 , Zine in home mama mam! 1 :P,i3,?.4 .. F.F.A. is host to F.H.A. on hayride and watermelon feast. :gg : Es: 1 EE! Kffllg . Hugo is hung in effigy at pep rally At Log Cabin after Hugo game Gerald Arney Nina Lou Bailey Eugene Banduch Marvin Banduch Carolyn Barbee Teddy Barham Dennis Bates Janice Bently Louis Birdsell Glenn Bishop Arlan Booker Carole Booker Zelpha Booker Hal Brame Joe Brents K5 , A - "' ' ff: 5 s+Q?l-w . 'P .nxylfyg ' Q -- 'ls NINTH GRADE if ...Q Patricia Brumfield Leroy Buchanan Howard Cantrell Mary Carter James Cather Patsy Cash Jerry Childers Gary Clymer Patsy Crowder Pat Dillard James Everett Amos Farr Larry Ford Ella Franks Jo Anna Frazier Opal Freeney David Fromme Margaret Garner Donald Garrison Harry Halley Loretta Hensley Roseatta Hensley A. C. House Judy Howard Michael Hyden I .-...Q ,far 'V' ,. l yjgh . , . I Mary Orr Sina Parish Loyd Peavey Jane Penington Thelma Pool James Powell Clarence Savage Alpha Simpson Paul Ted Smith Sammy Spencer Albert Thomas McNew Thomas Larry Tisdale Jan Turley Jimmy Underwood Ima Upchurch Athelta Vaughn R. C. Vaught Sue Ward Colin Wilkins Silas Wilkins Adalene Williams Sylvia Williams Kieth Wilson Mary Young NINT GRADE Jerry Hynson Joe Jack Arthur Jones Johnnie Jordan Carol Joslin Oscar Joslin Carloyn Kellett Betty Labor Lynn Latham Curtis Lawless Janelle Masters Tommy Milam Georgia Morris George Norman Sharon Olive Norman Askew Henry Baker Patsy Blan Bobbie Blankenship Helen Bloodworth Judy Buxgress Bill Burrough Dave Carter Pauline Claxton Virginia Coffelt Paula Corder Betty Dickenson EIGHTH GRADE Benny Duncan Jo Ann Elliott Eugene Etchieson Agnes Fromme Virginia Garner Don Hale I. W. Hampton Johnny Hayes LaVon Hayes Rex Heckerman Bobbie Sue Hendrix Gary Hill Thomas Holloway Velma Hopkins Linda House Phyllis Howard Valeria Hullum Sue Johnson James Loman Karlene McGill I. D. McIntosh Raymond Mclntosh James Miller Dewayne Nelson Larry Nelson Sonja Nelson Willa Otto Joyce Phillips Janet Pilcher Deanna Prater Judy Quinn Judy Ross EIGHTH GRADE Larry Smith Linda Kay Smith Linda Sue Smith Willard Speaks David Splawn Oma Jean Splawn Jean Ann Stafford Barbara Stephenson Betty Stoddard Gerald Tisdale Verlon Vaughn Mike Vaught Floyd Walls Henry Watson Bettijane Wells Dewene Wharton Leon Williams Nancy Yancy Louise Young Milton Taylor 'QS gd XSS EWG? PS5 doo! Q ado td Xbox' gx mov- We B50 Wigan SYM 30 Koa' wa dei ' vbatex Ggyxoww iaula Cot Charles Cox Patsy Almond Billy' Bruce YM Wgoi ta Danny Berkey ShCl'I'Y C2811 'iiad Oguno Joe Dickinson L. C. Dickinson ov was SEVENTH GRADE James Dillishaw Vella Eastham Don Everett Linda Everett Lynn Farr Ann Fennell Nell Fennell Erleen Francisco Merleen Francisco Don Harmon Ronnie Harmon Larry Harrington Clarence Hill Winnie Hudspeth Charles Ingram Carl James Eddie Jeffers Randy Key Molly McCoy Ted Madden I x Va LUVIOR HI x 114 1606 CH L ar 17 18 U1 1? gan fire! Cajun? AQIANS afol Iey Del' SU Wanda Masters Joe Mollenkopf Mike Nabors cpe! 01780045 Bette folznso Minnie Pearl Mayes Fred Muckelvane bagel? lard Bobbi' Stoddq Charles Mueller e Peat, Dine le Sue 1:01 ey Lee el? Ta d'fc ylor ks Donna Neese Charlene Peavy Iohn Phillips Dovie Richardson Howard Richardson Ellis Roberson Riley Seale Paul Shade Patsy Shults Davis Smith La Wanda Smith Vernon Smith Randy Snider Dixie Lee Taylor Lena Wade Jerry Vandergriff Donald Walton Madeline Wilson Billy Winters Alfred Yarbough SEVENTH GRADE JUNIOR HIGH OFFICERS ' v SEVENTH GRADE President - JERRY VANDERGRIFF Vice President - EDDIE IEFFERS Secretary - CHARLENE PEAVEY Rl- X funn' ' x em' NINTH GRADE President --------- DENNIS BATES Vice President - - ---- HAL BRAME Secretary ---- - - SAMMY SPENCER EIGHTH GRADE President ---- - -VIRGINIA GARNER Vice President - - - - VERLON VAUGHN Secretary ---- - - MIKE VAUGHT I-rg, U., ffihegg- ,W e aosewwm GEGRGPYHXCXQ a1 52 il' 'u 3 552 S f MSB l ' .3 4' - L BRANTLY FACULTY , 'C .w 7 ,,..4 1 , SADIE BUCHANAN Fifth Grade ,am IDRENE ELLIOTT RUTH FOB Sixth Grade Fifth Grade f"'Nv l' MARY GOODGION MARY HACKABAY PAULINE JONES LOIS NASH Second Grade Second Grade Third Grade First Grade Sm- ,., IQ D9 VERAL PARKER OLENE PERRIN LUEDA ROBERSON INA SMITH Fourth Grade Fourth Grade First Grade Music RQBETQY SPEER HAZEL STEPHENSON OLA SUMNERS BARTOW TEAGUE First Grade Fourth Grade Grade Sixth Glide .3 4- -- 'x ' ull-L. :"3" -Eg gg ' 'Z e ,Q 9 h.,. t 'V' " 4 S s fn I f SIXTH GRADE First row: Greg Akard, Loretta Allen, Rebecca Allen, Rose Arthur, Shirley Beasley, Susan Birdsell, Vandle Bishop Sherry Booker, Second row: Carlos Boykin, Mary Briley, Cecil Brown, Betty Buchanan, Dwight Burgess, William Claxton, Raymond Crowder, Billy Finley, Third row: Forrest Foley, Billy Franks, Naoma Frazier, Linda Glass, Bobby Harmon, Jean Hopkins, Francine Horton, Glen Howard. Fourth row: Linda Howard, Dale Howell, Norman Jacks, Martha Jones, James Langley, James Lankford, Lola Lankford, Paula Loman, Fifth row: Erma Mack, Johnny Mack, Leonard Massey, Virginia Mathews, Tommy Miller, Carolyn Morris, Jerry Mueller, Wanda McKay Sixth row: Gene Neese, Patsy Neese, Mary Owens, Sherry Payne, Donna Pope, Norman Reich, Bill Rowland, Elsa Russell. Seventh row: Clara Sampson, Cindy Shaw, James Smalley, Juanita Snow, Melba Splawn, George Standridge, Perry Taylor, Mary Tims. Eighth row: Ralph Todd, Thelma Torbett, Jennifer Turley, Maredith Upton, Larry Wall, Nicky Ward, James Warden, Paul Wiesendanger. ,nb -9 A J-if ' - . ,' A s 'F IX Six FIFTH GRADE .xf I First row: Martha Adcock, Susan Akins, Betty Allen, Bobby Almond, Russell Bailey, Victor Bailey, larry Banduch Carl Beasley, Phil Beaty. Second row: Walter Beaver, Jerry Bibart. Sammie Blankemhlp, James Bloodworth, Eugene Brown, Jesse Brown, Jerry Buchanan, Leonard Butler, Tyjwonia Cartledge. Third now: Phillip Corder, Eugene Cravey, Frank Creel, Wesley Crump, Joyce Davis, Jackie Dellinger, Johnnie Dillishaw, bona Dunham, Jimmy Fairless, Fourth row: Mary Faulkner, Robert Finley, Jenny Fodge, Nolan Caston, Pearl Gideon, Edna Guess, Dora Hammers, Linda Harmon, Wayne Harrison. Fifth row: Glenna Hayes, Virginia Heath, Barbara Hedrick, Sue Hill, Virgil Hill, Roddy Hindman, Laura Hyde, Marilyn Hyden, Martha Jackson. Sixth row: Richard Jacob, Jody Johnson, Dora Jones, Ocal Ir. Jones, Ted Key, Larry Landreth, Ronnie Massey, George Miller, Robert Morris. Seventh row: Geraldine Neese, Robert Neese, Karen Nelson, Thomas Orm, Ganel Parker, Terry Pate, Bradley Richardson, Patsy Rogers, Wiley Seales. Eighth row: Marydell Shilling, Bobby Sutterfield, Larry Sutterfield, Phillis Taylor, Dickey Thomas, Nancy Todd, Ronnie Torbett, Newil Wall, James Ward. Ninth row: Sue Warden, Joseph Lee White, Joe Wilkin, Johnny Lee Wilson. f I A U Qi U -4-,Tiff - Q' ' 'E 'T 'U' x,3 ix my z, , 5 X "' - yr-.fe , 46' , ee, , ,, Wigs it X G' FOURTH GRADE First row: Anthony Ashford, Mike Baggett, Beverly Battiest, Linda Beasley, Mike Berry, James Billy, Robert Blan. Second row: Aletha Booker, Brenda Brady, Melody Brandon, Clifford Brown, Richard Brown, Lowell Burgess, Frank Cabler. Third row: Robert Cather, Marie Chambers, Larry Cochran, Gary Cogbrun, Elois Cole, Margaret Cole, Brenda Craddock, Fourth row: Sheila Crisp, Feloria Crump, Carolyn Curry, Albert Dellinger, Claudie Etchieson, Jimmy Ferguson, Patricia Finley, Fifth row: Jim Foley, Herndon Gideon, Linda Hammers, Francis Hayes, Jimmy Helt, Dorothy Hendrix, Danny Hill. Sixth row: Melinda Hobson, Joe Howell, Eugene Hudspeth, Robert Jeffers. '45, H! , o Y sz ff 5 'I H S M ' X 'Art 'V 'P qu Y ,A -- Q , -s 1 ,, ... , l x 'DTR 'W' i i , N.. ' 1 ,f.l. L 67' - O 4' l"'x, 0:00 ' 4 0 2957, 'V ' 3 FOURTH GRADE First row: Franklin Johnson, Betty Jane Jordan, Mike Logan, Ronald Luster, David Madden, Frankie Mann James Maple. Second row: Charlotte Maxey, Jimmy May, Daniel Miller, Joseph Morris, Harold McCoy, Reta Mae McIntosh, Mark W, McMahan. Third row: Barbara Neese, Carlos Neese, Charlotte Orr, Elaine Page, Sarah Page, Freddie Parker, Sue Russell. Fourth row: Neva Io Seale, Darrel Simpson, Joyce Smith Joyce Ann Smith, Martha Smith, Ralph Spears, Fifth row: Jerry Suggs, Jerry Talley, Kimbrough Taylor, Bill Torbett, Eddie Upton, Diann Vaughn, Patricia Ward. Sixth row: Robert Ward, Elizabeth Welch, James White, Emma Jean Wilkins. 'Y 'T 'P IIN 1-sc,.:s f 'v. if-V -f -- -- - THIRD GRADE First row: Geraldine Battice, Linda Beaver, Alice Brown, Phillip Cogburn, Dennis Creel, Gloria Crump, Joe Lee Deupree, Barbara Dillishaw, Second row: Chester Eastham, Gary Everett, Lena Ferguson, Robert Ferguson, Cara Jo Fodge, Nancy Garner, Junior Gibson, Betty Kay Glass. Third row: Cynthia Goodger, Austin Haddox, J. E. I-lunt, Gene Jacobs, James Jeffers, Kirk Johnson, Bill Jones, Charlie Jones, Fourth row: Carey Don Lankford, Kenneth Latham, Terry Loman, Glen Mathews, Allen Melancon, Jannis Mollenkopf, David McKay, Kathy Nabors Fifth row: Wylene Napier, Floyce Neese, Doris Orm, Lynne Guy Parker, Robert Phillips, Joyce Pool, Janace Reich, Peggy Rogers. Sixth row: Maria Shaw, Leon Standridge, Claude Stephens, Larry Stephenson, Barney Sutterfield, Joyce Taylor, Don Thomas, Stephen Tims. Seventh row: Betty Tom, Richard Watson, Delbert White, Franklin Williams, Derrell Wilmouth, Patsy Winborn, Bobby Winters. ,fwliflka W' ik 1 X 'Wi :cw N-wxgw SJ WX mfr X-If .J if .15 -as YQ " ,J 4. Is ,x A5 f,""fii - SECOND GRADE Frrst row James Allen Irene Beasley Rozene Beasley Woody Beasley Kenneth Blankenshrp Thomas Brumfreld Nellre Bryant Lrnda Burgess Second row Kathy Burkham Sharon Burnett Robert Claxton Larry Cogburn Arthur Cole Jeannre Cox Royce Cravey Annette Creel Thrrd row Jimmy Cnsp Davrd Crownover John Curry Deatra Davrs Ruby Lee Falrless Elarne G1bson Darlene Gxdeon Delorts Grdeon Fourth row Eddre Harmon James Hedrrck Terry I-lendrlx Kathy Hill Frankie Ingram Larry Ingram Jrmmy Jones Sharon Kelley Fifth row Scotty Landreth Henry Lankford Barbara Latham Ruby Loman John Maple Barbara Mollenkopf Gregory Moore Fay Moms Sxxth row Herbert Nelson Lynne Pope Lmda Prater Johnny Qulnn Carol Rrchardson Lrnda Rymel Sampson Scott Janet S1mmons Seventh row Diana Smrth Mrchael Smrth Betty Standrldge lorene Standrrdge Julra Taylor Tyrone Thaln Delbert Todd Joe Walker Erghth row Thomas Walker Jaudeene Watson Phrllrs W1l11am Robert Wood Jr 1-5- 330 Vi K L -. li J f ' 1 il .bf I Q if " A fn 'L l ' 6- ' 0 . .4 V '- 2 Q A i.'. 1 ' 1 -an V .rr .- fx f ,B be , '4 if 1 , . . 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B L .4 J 4 X ff .J 4 5 'X ,, X I P ,f i , '-r X yr- ' A 1 ' ' ' , ' I 1 Q -- " S L , ' .A E A -- .A ' ' I J 'lat e' S ' x 4 , , . , :lt . . Q.. I I I f 0 1 1 ' u I n ' , ' . 2 . . . . I . I I ' I 2 - . I . I I . I . , . . , . . . . . z . , I g ' 1 ' 9 u D n - . I 1 Y ' 1 0 0 , . . . I n v A 1 . p l p ' I I . ' : , I I . . I . I n f . 1 . I n - I I n ' . . . . I . . FIRST GRADE 'Q '1 "9 First row: Ronnie Allen, Lee Barett, Roy Battice, Floyd Baxter, Johnnie Beaver. Second row: Mary Ben, Mearl Bond, Caril Lee Bruce, Karl Carter, Robbie Cartledge, Hollis Cole, Steve Cole, Thelma Cole. Third row: Deborah Cooper, Joellen Cooper, Brenda Corona, Lee Pate Cothran, Weldon Cravey, Ricky Crownover, Clyde Dailey, Deborah Davis, Fourth row: Gary Dellinger, Kathy Dillishaw, Judy Iris Dunham Linda Eastham, Charla Foley, Linda Garmon, Lorelei Gernand, Duane Gibson. Fifth row: Wayne lmpson, George Johnson, Lynda Jones, Marian Jones, Joyce Jordan, Charlene Kelley, Howard Loman, Charles Lynch. 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AKINS. 5e,ni0Y5 AN sow Sam: BPIYTLES D01 I Sophomores JERRY HOWARD MARY ANN BOYD M90 ' OYS ,iaanw KA YMER L Av-Y-'f CL This page sponsored by DR. T. L. WITHERSPOON Eighth Grade DRIX E HEN BOBBIESLILQLLOWAY TOMM ' 'X X JUNIO A VO Ninfh Grad MAR C GA RET GA RIVER A Mos FARR if 4,-N D "N I Seventh Grade MIKE NABORS PA TSY ADDOX ALMOND by DR, A- W' H d his Page sponsore T R HIGH CLASS F RI TES l af-.f X. 'laws 43, bp: -- f Eighth Grade class has a monopoly of students whose parents are teachers. BRECK LOGAN Football Manager I - Jun' . Off for Band Tn? 101' High Cheerleaders ANTLERS HIGH BAND CLARINETS: Jane Pace, Jane Penington, Neoma Harden, John Baggs, Barbara Taylor, Mary Ann Boyd, Bobbie Hendrix, Barbara Stevenson, Sharon Olive. CORNETS: Mary Orr, Carolyn Barbee, Zelpha Booker, Oma Jean Splawn, Betty Wells, Clifford Shilling, Jerry Hynson, Donald Bryce, Michael Bryce, Randy Key, Ellis Roberson, Jerry Vandagriff, Arthur Jones. FLUTES: Sue Farr, Linda Jackson, Betty Stoddard, Jo Ann Elliott, Jean Ann Staf- ford, Bertha Ward. HORNS: David Shade, Bob Buchanan. BARITONES: David Burton, Amos Farr, Mike Hyden. SAXOPHONES: Johnny Yandell, Nancy Woods, David Burrough, Linda Stafford, Jane Barcom. TROMBONES: Terry Barham, Jerry Shackelford, George Denney, Eugene Etchison, Nathan Ward, Coy Rosenthal, Bill Burrough BASSOON: Sherry Silverman. BASS CLARINET: Glenna Underwood. DRUMS: Tommy Everidge, Karen Akins, Jan Turley, Harry Halley, Gary Harmon. BASS HORNS: Wendell Vandagriff, Henry Baker. W - .f:,.,- -, vi we , 5. I . . . - I i I Xp. T10 A FX' , .H 0 ...i 1. 95 Q' Z, O N o ' , X I' vo' 4" Qlcugi President - - - Vice President - Secretary - - - Treasurer - - - Sentinel - - - Reporter ---- Parliamentarian 1 s J Left: Victor Helm and champion Angus. Right: Richard Brame and champion Angus bull. Glenn Labor and First Prize Here- ford Heifer. Left: James Horton and his Holstein cow. Right: Larry Palmer and prize Duroc and Berkshire gilts. First Place Livestock Judging Team at Eastern A8nM Interscholastics. President - - - - Vice President - - - - Secretary - - - Treasurer - - Historian - - Reporter ---- Song Leader - - Parliamentarian MARTHA WADE NHLDRED FRANKS - - ANN MORAN FREIDA STEWART - - - SUE SMITH - - - ---- -JOYCE WATSON ---- ------ JANEPACE - - - -NEOMA HARDEN SENIOR F.H.A. CHAPTER We are the Future Homemakers of America We face the future with warm courage And high hope. For we have the clear consciousness of seeking Old and precious values. For we are the builders of homes, Homes for America's future. Homes where living will be the expression of everything That is good and fair. Homes where truth and love and security and faith Will be realities, not dreams. We are the Future Homemakers of America We face the future with warm courage, And high hope. .A JUNXOR F H --,...A President ----- MARGARET GARNER Vice President - - - CAROLYN BARBEE Secretary ---- - - CAROL BOOKER ' - IANELL MASTERS - - CAROL JOSLIN - - JUDY HOWARD Treasurer - - Historian - - Reporter - - - Song Leader - - - - - IAN TURLEY Parliamentarian - - - ZELPHA BOOKER 1- M5 rung SAUY5 R A uf 5' cn P-PWR OFF IC ERS ff! 5 E: LIBRARY STAFF Robbie Easley, Ruby Jones, Freida Stewart, Wanda Sterling, Mary Robbins, Wanda Smith, Arnida Burn ett, Sara Milam, Ann Moran, Lorene Gibson, Sherry Vaught, Iva Brunfeild, L on CZ' . . ,ll 'W-M' il W N wi! K, Q- in OFFICE STAFF i Ann Moran, Maybelle l-lynson, Carolyn Nelson, Martha Wade, Betty Maynard, Sherry Silverman, Caro- lyn Ward, Linda Jackson, Mary Robbins, Sue Farr, Neoma Harden, Sara Milam. 0 0000 fume QR-3' i TERRY BARHAM Business Manager Tommy Everidge CIRCULATION Ann Moran David Burrough Freida Stewart Mildred Franks Linda Stafford FLORA EASTON, Advisor .. , 'mf ,wsu- C0'Edit01 LAYOUT Sara Milam Linda Jackson Wanda Sterling Jane Pace Martha Wade I MA YBELLE HYNSON STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS ADVISORS President - - - - - - MAYBELLE HYNSON Mrs, Jesson Vice President - - ---- ANN MORAN Mr. Jones Secretary - - - ----- JANE PACE MEMBERS Bob West Mildred Franks Joyce Watson Terry Barham Martha Wade Donald Burgess CHEERLEADERS WANDA STERLING MARTHA WADE BETTY LABOR FERN SHERRER PATSY HAIRRELL 99 .x Eb H!! 5+ President SHIRLEY IORDON Vlce Presldent FREIDA STEWART Secretary Treasurer MAYBELLE HYNSON , 6 .Q-o,. Sept. Sept. Sept. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Nov. Nov . Nov. 19 SCHEDULE 57 Tishomingo Madill Tishomingo Idabel Broken Bow Hartshore Coalgate Atoka Hugo Wilburton Antlers Antlers Antlers Antlers Antlers Antlers Antlers Antlers Antlers Antlers am C0'Ca?1 AN LOW BOBBY COX 5659 Coach, JOE KEY ALL-DISTRICT RATINGS Jerry Shackelford Bobby Loman Otis Martin David Shade LITTLE DIXIE RATINGS Jerry Shackeiford Tommy Everidge David Shade Otis Martin Bobby Loman Buddy Cox JERR Capraif, EVERIDGE CKELFQRD - is -H .hs Ltr If -Q 'R Q- 32 a nd 157 ii ,Qi -F 5. , any 5 , C MRM, 5 guy' S4 fffwi? L fav ri L ' K' .1-Q -f rg. -pd Ei New Q71 .A x ij, -' .,,. ',-vi 3? 1 , , . ': V .Mx Lys 4 -f--' gf f -1? 1' Co-Captains: JERRY Sl-IACKELFORD BUDDY CRANFORD QU-E,p 35 Antlers Antlers Antlers Antlers Antlers Antlers Antlers HIGH SCHOOL BOYS' BASKETBALL Soper Coalgate Talihina Soper Rattan Atoka Talihina 19 SCHEDULE 58 Antlers Antlers Antlers Antlers Antlers Anrlers Antlers Rattan Fox Coalgare Moyers Tishomingo Rattan Atoka Y ' HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS' BASKETBALL Frrst row Pncrlla Wrllrams, Troyce Pool, Shirley Jordon, Iona Lee Inez Barley Ella Franks Second row Zelpha Booker Dons Harrell, Mary Carter, Thelma Pool, Coach John Brandon Carol Joslm Carol Berkey Barbara Barley Fern Sherrer, Antlers Antlers Antlers Antlers Antlers Antlers Antlers Antlers Antlers Antlers Antlers Antlers Antlers Antlers Antlers Eagletown Soper Coalgate Talihina Soper Rattan Atoka Talihina Coalgate Moyers Tishomingo Moyers Rattan Atoka Caney ..-hw H L f 1 3 LL L E ff J it J ., , fm ' . 1 X s ,6- 1 free X A 5 , L R ,,,....,,...- ,gg JUNIOR HIGH FOOTBALL TEAM First row: Coach Brandon, Clarence Savage, Dewayne Nelson, Sammy Spenser, Johnny Hayes. Second row: Randy Key, Gary Clymer, Tommy Milam, Howard Cantrell, Amos Farr, Jimmy Underwood, Third row: Terry Nelson, Manager, Eddie Jeffers, J, W, Hampton, James Everett, Dennis Bates, Mike Vaught, and Joe Brents. LETTERMAN'S CLUB President ----- JERRY SHACKELFORD Vice President ----- PAUL BOOKER Secretary ----- TOMMY EVERIDGE Sergeant-at-Arms ---- DAVID SHADE JUNIOR HIGH GIRLS' BASKETBALL Kneeling: Karlene McGill, Helen Bloodworth. Standing: Dixie Taylor, Sonja Nelson, Wanda Masters, Lena Wade, Patsy Almond, Lynn Farr, Jean Ann Stafford, Donna Neese, Bobbie Blankenship, Lawanda Smith, Charlene Peavey. . GE! :Fix JUNIOR HIGH BOYS' BASKETBALL Front row: Tommy Milam, Hal Brame, Jimmy Underwood, Sammy Spencer, Dennis Bates. Second row Coach John Brandon, James Cather, Jerry Childers, Eugene Hensley, Lynn Latham, Howard Cantrell. junior - - - - Terry Barham Sophomore - - - - - - George DCUHY SENIOR HIGH SCHOLARSHIP A WARDS Senior - - - - Charles Barbee AWARDS AL the Annual Awards Assembly during commencement week, many deserving students received coveted awards. 444 ,..' AMERICAN LEGION AWARDS Mary Loy Charles Barbee NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Judy Holton, Wynona Berry, Jakie Rosenthal, Ann Moran, Mary Loy, Second row: Maybelle Hynson, Charles Barbee Creda Sherrer, Terry Barham, Ruth Pilcher. ,f . ' fn 'jx X . X dx e BOYS' STATE - Mickey Tims Terry Barham GIRLS' STATE - Shirley Jordon STUDENT COUNCIL ACTIVITY AWARD Senior High - - - - - Mary Loy Junior High - - - - Jane Penington AWARDS MOST OUTSTANDING ATHLETES Creda Sherrer and Charles Barbee Margaret Gamer and Jane Penington Q . T oo J Sylvia Williams 2 years, Rose Marie Duncan 1 year, Zelpha Booker 4 years. Others winning certificates and not shown are - Billy Don Prince, Earlene Gibson, Janet Pilcher, Henry Watson, Verlon Vaughn, Mike Vaught, Jerry Hynson, and Wanda Smith. UPPER TEN PER CENT OF NINTH GRADE First row: Sue Smith, Joyce Watson, Rosemarie Duncan. Second row: Larry Rose, Clar- ence Kershaw, Hal Jeffers, Jerry Howard, and Donald Burgess. Q -4" 1. UPPER TEN PER CENT OF Ar- l UPPER TEN PER CENT OF SEVENTH GRADE First row: Mike Vaught, Vir- ginia Garner, and Oma Jean Splawn. Second row: Tommy Holloway, Patsy Blan, Betty Stoddard, and Bobbie Sue Hendrix. EIGH TH GRA DE First row: Margaret Garner, Jane Stamper, Jane Pennington. Second row: Patricia Dillard, Carole Booker, Sharon Olive, and Mary Orr. OKLAHOMA HONOR SOCIETY Certificates in membership in Oklahoma Honor Society were presented to Charles Barbee, Wynona Berry, Mary Loy, Ruth Pilcher, Jakie Jo Rosenthal, Creda Sherrer, Patsy Easly Booker, Terry Joe Barham, Maybelle Hynson, Arnida Burnett, David Burrough, Ann Moran, Karin Akins, Mildred Franks. Sue Farr, Jane Pennington, Sherry Silverman, Linda Stafford, and Glenna UIIGCIWOOCI. FLASHBACKS TO 'I957 .ff r'-f 15 1' I' A Y exet ave' fo Mr. Obuch receives class picture from Charles Barbee io! alas ' mx HOW Se scene S0606 it . 89 . ot ' 525901 B px 003 W A061 in f ' .'.,l'5"' ' 'f ' ,ev ' , - . L g 3 " 1 3, ,fi .L Y-:vt fx..- V f -xr f ' W Senior Assembly . 4 . Scene from "Pa, Ma, and Me Banquet -an H -- QI Q-'ii if iff ',!.fl . ffiff gf-ig Q .+- "x"' -1:-' Rf 7-9'1" .R 'iq' f. , 4- Ninn... 0139 -A . r 5: ' ' P4 ' If 31 , ' f J.. 1,3 A, ' ' gvffgg-.'1? 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STORE Stop I- ere for School Supphes and Qu1ck Snacks F-iCDL.T'CDlX1E WELDING SHOP See BUTCH HOLTON or PORTABLE WELDING EQUIPMENT Phone 203 Box 276 Q . l IC I ,f,a..afn4u,! 1 1 I I V N ST I Yl..,.,.... w . ' 14 Q V nw 3! I w P P W P .WW .Q CMM, ,f ,L A ll T O I n T , 1 f lcnsvnoierf ln- SQ J O'NEAL MAPLE CHEVROLET 'DIXFE 'PEAT 'I' S BEAUTY SHOPPE JAC KIE VIRGINIA FOOD STORE Better Values Plus S 8: H Green Stamps Bu.Ac:u4s TASTEE - FREEZE Delicious - Nutritious Cones - Malts - Shakes Hot Dogs - Cokes Root Beer - Icy Orange Grape 'BEATY'S SERVICE STATION Friendly and Courteous Phone 59 904 East Ma1n We Give S 8: H Green Stamps "?'7 -' lfg M 1 If A V e . ' C- A l r " ii V " A 1 . C A sf - A e if K is X Q nl I gl " y ., Ky I , V7 ,sins 0297 HARDWARE AND FURNITURE RCA Radios Ruth Berry Pumps LU LODGE MOTEL The F1nest 1n Southeast Oklahoma LOG CABIN CAFE The Place Where Everyone Meets IQEID SMITH P P RODUCTS COM ANY SERVICE STATION Ice and Ice Cream Phone 2 109 N W rd Smclalr Gas THE and STORE O1 Store of Fr1endIy Serv1ce Gen Mdse Phone 15 500 East Mam Pnone F1n1eY 640 J Z Oklahoma M . .3 ' ' I-:ELM ' '1 Before iv Ou Buy B25 The rule 15 Safe DUSHMATAMA COUNTY are ABSTRACT COMPAINY J B DENINEY Owner N f Antlers Oklahoma 617' Youre money GEQNANDS I CABINET SHOP f '1?,f Bu11d1ng Supphe S Dupont P alnts ANTLEES INN Comfortable Rooms Da11y or Weekly CDPQLAI-lCJN1A TIRE 8: SUPPLY Home of Better Values If It's Good Food You Want Stop at the ANT LERS DA IQY fl-1127575235 Congratulahons Semor s A f T 1 ' o 4 3 x - fi I : - -2" . :I-55 X I : ai fi-'S ii'?j f - I . ' :S 1 Ei'-E5 7K5:',.::'f' l il? ' pi .5'T" - ,. , Z N . Hg- f ' ..iI.I' ' - I Fl X J' -i 7 'A X X ::. -. 'fill' - - I , ROY JACKSON MOTOR CO. 'l 9? 'DIXFE SHOP Exclus 1ve Style s Women's Apparel BAODEQN C L.-XE ANEIZS LE ON STAFFORD Prompt Dependable Se rvlce Better Grocerle s and Not1ons iaifxxyiwfffp W QEFT Q W rly GAEDNEIZS VVI LK I NIS xJE.W-E.L.'l2Y lat Stafford Drug, F1ne Watch Repalr Dlamonds Bands Watches 'K I 3 , I -I N1 In - A 'F ' -1 :fi -4 4- A in 4 Q I "fl, fullt 'x g ' A,.-il' 'tfx 9 ,, XX -- -w'gfg,Q'1' 1. 1 ' .' - "L" ' f o n so , I , i, s-m.a.'s RADIO Sz TV 'WE fiff' SE R V IC E Motorola Admlral Phone 255 BAEHAMS Dry Goods Ready to Wear Shoes Tuf Nut Work Clothes Fr1edman Shelby Shoes Davls Hats ELLIS f-IURID INSURANCE AGENCY NSXSWE' Off1ce at i All Stock Company F F1rst Nat1onal Bank L Flre and Casualty Insurance if Elm J-Cgg:21fj.'iv3'Z2 m:Y3alA,,1l j,:,. I :I I ,IN ' f l I 1 e I , , E B E l 1 CIIELL. CDLESCNN REAL ESTATE AND SURANCE V4 BE RRY VVOCDDYS DRUG PTCSCT1pt1OHS Fountam Servxce Patronage Apprec 1ated GROCERIES East Ma1n Street Phone 61 SHAEFES DRY GOODS CO Home of Better Values Ms Washlng, Greasumg and Fmendly Serv1ce Dlesel and Butane E A CXJEUQN' CICNWEFTEKJCUTCNQ CIDNW?ANPY' MW Ewa lie We Appremate Your Patronage PETE STAFFORDS' RAY SKELLY SERVICE STATION JESS PIERCE Manager ISBELQS Pr1ces Always R1ght Telephone 106 SOIXIINIYS QUA LIT Y GROCERIES AND MEATS Knowledge Is Supreme Congratulatwns, Grads Antlers Oklahoma 111 N H1gh Phone 218 DOII'T YIORRY 3? ' iffy A ..c:'r an ann' AQQ jkkr x 5 Q f il X ,JJ 31573 VAXQ I :ET Y ST C1235 C2:F:'q:-:Exif FUNERAL HOME A11' Cond1t1oned Ambulance SCTVICS f -12M ZIZTZXK LUMBER CO Try Fry F11-st Phone 177 Antlers N .3-4 :M I f . A -fa V' .. 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ON Texaco Products of All Kinds Goodrich Tires and Batteries TE . .kiln I ' I 0 f, 'fL, ' , Il if li. .I f Q - 5 C - C 4 Best by taste-tes! -E E F MQW L Gifts u ' 1 I ' 1 V and I.-V Best in Apparel I Euunnnmfs NQ mfnJnv1lrfnqnE or Chlldren DR PEPPER BOTTLING CO Teenagers Parls Texas ' Women f'N.,. Mot1on Plctures Are Your Best Enterta1nment KIAMIC HI lil-IXIYDI? IC K5 AND COOPER READY KILOWATT your fr1endly electr1c serv ant 1S always ready to serve you, not only Wlth good llght but w1th electr1c1ty to do dozens of chores around the house Your electr1c company 1S always ready, too, to co operate w1th every worthwhlle program 1S a Job PUBLIC SERVICE works at as hard as br1ng1ng you eff1c1ent and cheap electrlc serv1ce YOUR PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY of Oklahoma Q Q W GRADY WELLS, Manager rf These f1rms have shown the1r w1ll1ngness to make th1s ed1t1on poss1ble by advert1s1ng1n the 1958 yearbook so why not show your apprec1at1on by patromz1ng the1r places of bus1ness whenever POSS1b169 THE STAFF 6000 709 uri: -- f ' ' 'XZ ' I .-xff' f 9 xy I Q, 4 x- -A-ef ' , , at T H - E A T A.. I a E f , + E 'A R Gm , I , l 0 J V s - D 0 e - ' ' . Y u . Helping build a better community in which to live ' Q TAYLOR PUBLISHING CO


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