Ardmore High School - Spectrum Yearbook (Ardmore, OK)
- Class of 1949
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Text from Pages 1 - 80 of the 1949 volume:
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RONALD PASOHALL and DONALD JACKSON ARDMORE
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FSJ every early ploneer to every enterpnsmg student and
to every other builder who has ln any way helped ln the found
mg and furthermg of our school thls annlversary edltlon of the
P Q 1949 Cntenon 15 gratefully dedlcated
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Flfty golden years have sllpped by since the msplred dream of free educatnon
became a reallty ln Ardmore It was m lndlan Terrxtory ln 1899 that those first
farseemg pioneers with bellevmg hearts and wlllmg hands land for us the foundatlon
of our present publlc school system
But today we are grateful to them for so much more than that Throughout
these years countless dreamers and doers have patlently worked to buxld the fine
schools of today And thelr llngermg influence still workmg through these schools
has given us gay funfilled tlmes msplred us to serxous thoughts and provided us
with comradeshlp that could never be expressed by written words
On this golden anniversary ll ns our hope that we have captured ln thls Cn
terlon a few of those fleetlng hours that made our hugh school years so fully satis
fymg and truly wonderful
THE LRITERION I-IFTILTH ANNIVERSARY LDITION
JO CLOUCH Editor-an-Chief Annual Publrcauon of tl e
Business Managers Ardmore Oklahoma
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L4 I lo rzght George D Hann 7 I' Garrzson Ur ,I Hovlr Carlock
We are vrateful for the mterest and effort dlsplayed so constantly by the leaders m our school
system, we are aware of thelr nmportance ln the development of thls school, and we reallze how greatly
their work contmues to benefit us
To the present board of educatlon we would like to UIVC our thanks, and to add a hope that the
real value of thenr contrlbutlons wlll be more generally understood and appreclated The members of
our school board are Dr .l Hoyle Carlock, Ralph Sulllvan, Guy GIVIIIG, John Hendrlcks, and Chester
W e only wlsh that we could ln some way show adequately the genulne honor and respect felt to
ward every person who has ever been a member of the board of educatlon ln Ardmore To the fam
lllCS of those members now deceased we express slncere admlranon and sympathy to those stlll llVl!lg
R A Hefner, J E VlcCarty Arthur J Jones S M McDaniel, Edward Galt, I P T0hIlg0U, Ford
Whltehurst A C Hall W C Lamb, Mrs John L Murphy, and R G Colvert we extend our gratl
tude for work well done
Dr Charles Evans
To the long tlme friend pictured at the left we
feel a place of special recoumtlon and honor IS due
For Dr Charles Evans was the superintendent of
schools when our present hlgh school was belng
planned and bullt Among his countless frlends ln
Ardmore there are numerous former students who
stlll fondly remember hlm and contlnue to marvel
at Ins amazmg, ablllty to msplre young people
Many hleh school students may recall hls frlendly
vlslts to the school and hls lnterestmg talks ln as
sembly Umwersally loved and admlred for hls
real contributions to our school system, Dr Evans
fully merits all of the respect and 358011011 which
the people of Ardmore feel toward hlm both as
an educator and as a truly fine person
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Sup1 fllllf ndent Ardmorc S1 hool Sv stem
We believe that a successful prin-
cipal must be a very special kind of
person. lo handle the average group
of high school students requires 'i gft at
1 ea of skill. tact. and l1 adership. and
even :uch a line school a: Ardmore
Hi 'h would -'iw any administrator his
fair shar1, of perplexing problems.
I erhaps that 1,xplains our pridc in Mr.
lrice. H1, has done excellently in a
difficult joh, and his steady, quiet effi-
ciency, his broad fairness. an1l his
friendly personality have endeared
him to students and teachers alike.
Yes, Mr. Price, you have been a
good principal, but, far more than
that, you have become a real friend
-one that we all shall remember for
many years to come.
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N e 1r1 prlllltl of you Mr Ha n
and fortunate to he .ihlt to claim you
a- our NIIPFTIII Qlll 1nt o Nl loo
MURI H PRICE'
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AND KIIIR WIIQIIIEFY
W hw the looIe of ele-p.ur, stuelent ' Skip .1 class' Need an excuse? Well
youve tome to the rnght place Mrs Jones with her unhmlted patlence and
hrwht eheerful -mule ns .nlwaws re ulv duel wanting
It as her Llldfllllllg xoue that gives us the pause that refreshes dllflllg our
unhe.1rnhle te-t .mel e nlls u-1 out of class just when Mrs Ohver asks us to
xpI.un 1 prohle 1 'Ilr lones me the one who must decxde elunng huutmg
season wh: the r the hows really ourslept or whether they just couldn t reslst .1
ff oe eluele po ul Nha enhulw Ixstem to the wonderful far fetched stones Ill
xr uteel In tho 4 of u-4 trung to ente r e-ld-as lute, .tuel although her decision ru ny
w - - s xt w :Ie lre you can he sure lt IS the fair thmg, to to
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other eountle txsle wlue I1 mu t he elone to Ieee p the -ehuol runnlng smoothly
e 1 I x Int true lull uul QIIIIIUIILN u IIIIIN reeuve their due amoun
I' 3 prr en mon hut f I th nt 'Vlr Ioues III ulahtlon to our respect, has, a so
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IRILVIL PATE MCGOODW IIN
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MABLE G. WOLFE
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FOU'l'BAl.L SOPHUMORES STUDENT COUNCIL
BASKETBALL CHORUS JUNIORS SENIORS
Mr Nma Olner flwle 'Vlnller
The Student lounul correlates all the work tn school for
the school depends on xt for many things such as student leaders
the all school play assemblles all school parties and backmg the
March of Dimes
Early tn November the councxl sent Mrs Oliver sponsor
Ida Sutton, Lawrence Staples Nathan Geurlunk and Gayle Miller
as representatives of Ardmore Hlgb on a sux day trlp to the
S A S C Convention of 13 soutbem states lll Mobtle Alabama
In Mobile they met discussed and planned with delegates from
all over the southem part of the United States Along wlth a
sltght southem accent the delegates brought home a new under
standxng of ways ln which the councxl can help the school solu
ttons to many problems that had confronted the local council
fresh Ideas of projects to work on new fnendshxps and a thor
oughly wonderful expenence
Jauk fyeurlunk Ida button
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ln December the btudent l0UlICll made another tnp tlns
ttme to the state conventton held ln lushxng Oklahoma where
Ardmore was elected vtce presldent of the state for 40 nfl B
sldes Mrs Olxver who 18 also a state sponsor ton reprtsentatlves
were sent Mllly Wilson Ann Thompson Bob Mnlanx .lo Clough
Weldon Saylor lack feurkmk Peggy Wxlson fene laul Mor
rell Betsy Klem and Barrv Falt Mlllw Wllson dxscusslon group
leader for Ardmore was excellent as re ports hue lt
W hen lt was time for tht football queen and basketball sweet
heart coronatlons thus vear the t0lllll'll swung mto actton plan
mng the ceremonxes hlllllllI'lf,., and decoratmg the tltrones select
mg the Corsa lb for the candidate and supervising the actual
crowmng The results were two of the best coronatlons ever wlt
nessed nn Ardmore
Ftrs! rou Is tllllll If I In ra hl Patty Huston Bull xldfllll Babt ttt 'l9I'll6I'llll tllarles l l0llgll lack ffeurklnk ,lack Spratt Cayle Muller
Gene Paul Morrell Mary nddlclt Iaverne I Ollli lvldflltll lohenoul ,lane I atlnev 'Nlardx btule 'Vlary .lo Vlnte Mlllv Wilson ,lamle
Svrnnd mu James Baxter do Clough Peggy Wilson ,loyce Wuttmg Ann Thompson Kenneth Tavlor ,leannme Smith Ida Sutton
'Vathan feurkmk Mrs 'Nmal0l1vcr Many Lacy Bob Milam 'Vlary Fraley Wnrglnla Praleu Betsy Klein farol fottle
Bark mu ,hm Blddlck We lon Savlor Ellzabetb Dolnmn Barry Galt Bob 'Vlote Don jackson john Patterson David Poe Buddy
Rexsen lawrence Staples R ald Paschall
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faculty and the Inger- w is pl.1ye1I while A pep Nttlltbfl 1om
po-e1I of other fuulty memher maxim, yellow pom iouh
1heere1I their teml on hut the Illt,IINlIIUUIt'l'H emerge 1I the
winner- with at ire of 7I t I8 Mlmiw-ion wus donations
from students .m1I townsptople attending th1 bum and .tt
Imlf time A blanket wi pa -e1I firoun1I the gym into which
-pertators to-Ned uI1htion.1I IOIIITIIDIIIIOIIN
Ildnb for .1-xetnliliex were made by dn dSNClIlITIY tlllll
mittee ton-i-tint, of ,Inu I3i1I1I11I1 I'Il7dIN'lIl Dolmdn Idw
ren1e Staple and ,Io Clough Inder the Quperylsion of
tlux vroup 'HIIHIPIII ANNPIIIIDIICN were en1'ourage1I and pre
eented, and assembly cutters became so interested that dg
1tr1 1 o fn ne Morrell
56 rg1 ant at arm I urltam1ntaru1n
I-emhly ttten1Idn1e md- nearly IIIU per 1ent
lhe Seryue lup requirement- were reused and the
Ioxm, Ill!! wa- IVSANIPCI to the semorx ln an assembly at the
llltl of the firet semester
Ihe I'houg.ht for th1 Day pro1e1t of the council has
The MI S1 hool Play' We qhook the Famllv Tree, a
major avllylty -ponsored by the council netted S240 04
profit whieh wah ubed to pav for mronatlons, expenses to
cons entiom duek to Qtate district and national associations
In these ways and in many more the Student Council
helps the eehool Perhapr- the hest definition of the Student
C0llIlt"lI 1 DEIIIOFTAFW at W1rrk
Left lo right tene Morrell Bdhttt
1 I1m1rI1n Ilom ml Xlluutt Bob Mote Boh U1-nuns Nancv Uutlerwood Patsy Brown, Mane Edens,
I 'NI OI K I'I n won I lime I ulse iarolyn B1-1Ifor1I Betty frowe Billie Rose Hensley
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Soplxomorf l' dltur
Senior Sales Manager
lunxor haleb 'Vlanager
Sophomore 'Sale 'll nnper
jo Clough Nlakc up lwlltor
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U1 partlnent xl l' dllor
Ronald Pa-rllall Don ,lackkon
Husuu ss Uanag4 r Bunn: in Uanagf r
Starting, with exenty two blank pave- we, the Lrlterxon Ntaff haxe
xxbullt a yearbook that we hope wlll -erxe a a standard for all future
staff We truly believe that ll wlll -eru a- a monument to the fiftleth
annnersary of Xrdmore publlc schoolk and we are proud to have had
a part ln thls llfIllC8tl0Il
lt IH our hope that t shook wlll xcrxe as a record of lu h cheul?
X etnltles and that when Plldents look back throuvh lt they will smile V
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fene Paul 'Worrell
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jo Xnn Al8llllldll
I ay le Miller
l' lovdena Loughndge
Norma lox ,lanne Hefley
Betty from' 'Nlargaret Parker
lxathrw n Hunter
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r j J Arnold
as the many plea-ant memories of llfe at Ardmore hwh are brou' ht to 'mmm
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mf' a reputatlon for being tlu most fl'l10XdblP pl ut lll XHH
Lust September 'Nlr Bllffll md her Ntudent- lngan the u nr
wltll lllgll Cllllllhldklll became of tlxur Qplfndul new tqmp
ment wonderfullv fimsllcd table vomfortalmle th urx
trip e new mxrror and the large -toraffe malmul pluul ln
the room Wlllfll alrt ads ll td 1 -mootlx ness floor touring
When Cllrl-tmti vamf' the dtpartmtnt wa- mult a
cheerful cozy place mdeed mth Rudolph tln red no- l
remdeer, a jolly old qanta md a gully demrmd llm tm 1-
tree to complete the effect TI1- pruln nl xda of ilu 1l1p I
ment was repreecnted by exhxlut- of clotlung: mulr' ln the
Home Fronomlv- r'laQ-tw and infant- mar muh ln Holm
In tllelr annual -prmg -tylt -how and m ilu open hon 1
wlnch followed, the department gaw to the whole -1 hool un
example of talent and skxll of Wllltll anyone could mdfed
be proud For the Home Fconomnci Qtudent- lt marked tln
lllgh pomt of a bmy and '1 profitable yexr
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ry Nnutlu NI rlrn 1 m tn ula Bef ln
guond nu ,lowcf Yluk Delores xhlllllllt laula Olnlr Vlarle l nlwery Bxlhe Slfdlll lharlene Rainwater Elizabeth Jones ,lohnwhlte
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Oh such beautlful music' The members of the 'lee club
llfted their VOICES to the strams of Vlerry Christmas to You
whlle thelr enthralled audlence listened wlth close attentlveness
The Chrlstmas concert under the dlrectlon of Wlr Gene Law
rence was truly msplrlnv
The mne urls of the trlple trlo have lent their melodlous
harmony to numerous prof rams durln the year Thus talented
g,roup has appeared before many cluc, SOClHl, and community
orffanlzatlons as well a for our own AHS assemblies
Mrs Lila Sturdevant stepped rlf ht lnto AHS actlvltles the
second semester to dlrect the 1 lee club and the trxple trlo, and she
quickly won the frlendshxp of the entlre student body
Prom the orchestra comes the sweet music of the strmvs
wmd and percussion Instruments The fine quality of thelr mel
ody IS to be commended Due to untlrlng practice three of these
muslclans placed ln the All State Orchestra ,,,A,.,
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Szfnrul rnu Whrjorn: Murrcey John I llcluell ,l nnn ,ll ,luck loel-K Bolulm llolm on Vomlx Xnslcrmn Dorn- 1 onklm
Third rou Her chall Whltlvy Bobln forclon lhnld Xdrnm lwlwm lxllmr jnlm Hollouas
fourth run Duck 'Vlllm Mr flalrbanl
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Umlx rv oorl l egp Still Dolores
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Dolores I llllam Pllzabotll ones
'llarw Ncott Nllllill
We feel th nt the Ardmore -ch00l QWIPIH
IF especially fortunlte ln haung Wlrs. lll
llan C Schenk among lts members Her real
lntelllgcnce and ahulntv as '1 teacher, her
wann KFHCIOIIHYICCS her sense of humor all
would make her a vers welcome addltlon
to any school The National Honor Qocletw
has long been sponsored bv Mr Schenk, and
its members have nl-o leamed to apprecldlf'
her wise guidance and consistent effort as
fo belonl' to the Nlll0Hdl Honor Society IN one of the flnest ways ln
which 1 -tudent can he rewarded for NIll0ldNllf dC'lllCX ement- md a record of
erwue throughout lu- hlgx -1 loo career ll- honor 1- f-peually towetet
hecau-e of ll- wide reco-'mtlon nationally and lt- ln-'lm requirements for
lho-e who-e -cholar-lnp m :de thtm ehuble and who-e other quah
Ht mon- the faculty felt fulfilled the four fold 311115 of -cholar-lnp, leader
hlp rharacler and qeruce were ,lo Clough X7II"'lIlld Frlley, Dolores Cll
ham Gayle 'Vlxller ,lovte Nuttlng Bahette lemerlm and Milly Wilson,
elected In lllfll' junior year, and -Xnn qlllllll, Xnlta Sprlllll Della Alexand
er Oleta Xrnold ,leannme qnuth Kathryn Hunter Fthel Tyler, Barbara
qcheurhoff ,lamle Heflew Burton Ronald Paschall, Don Jackson and
Charle- Isey elected m thelr -emor vear Officer- for the vear were ,lo
Clough pre-:dent V1rv1maFraley ucepre-ldent ,lovce Nuttmg Qecretary
Winner of tlus year- D A R good cltlzenshtp
award uae Dolores ffllllam rllli energetic senior
any truly llw up to the four character hulldlng quall
ficauons dependahlhty -feruce leadershlp, and
patrlotl-un on which thc :ward IF based
tho-en by her clafwmates and the faculty for
thls award because of her fine scholastic record and
wllhngnew to partlmpate ln all school actlvltxes,
Dolores wlll alwaxs he remembered for the man
ner m V!lllCll -he led the entire student body ln
cheermg the Tiger- on and ln smgmg the school
The purpose of the Hi-Y is to create. main-
tain, and extend throughout the school and com-
i' munity the l1igh starltlartls of Christian vharacter.
lt Thi, is the first organization in il number of years,
in our school. and is related to the international
Y. M. C. .-X. lll0Yt'lll1'lli. Sinve the club is cooper-
ntiwely fponsoretl hy the st-hool a1111l the .'xI'tllIl0l'0
Y. Nl. C. X. Botml of Directorf. great things are
1-xpe1'te1l within the nm-xt few 51-arf.
A gootl start was lllbltlt' this your tou11r1l 1I1-wl-
oping il group of llll'lIllN'I'h who xsoultl work for
the vluh purpose illlll t1m111'tl getting the progruni
lNIlllliHll6tl l mlm tht .11lxifeol"Nlr ,ltllllt 9.1n1l
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xoung IIILII in Xrdrnore High Nshool
1 erne Coins 1111- pmnc tl 1 t ll -111 tl It .1rt o
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.11tn1t1e- tr rient int -- .1111 uinmnl' pmrxon-
1 I N in 1k1 lt r 1 rc 1 tnorlte dlllllllv' it -tum en S.
First ron'-'Holy France. Edwin Johnson. Henry Carter. Bob Boykin. Howard Allnut. Sum Wiillinnis. l.:1 Verne Coins. Don Jackson.
Svrond row-Bryce Holloway, James Baxter, James Mauldin, Wilbur Adainis. Ralph Wall, ,lohn Patterson.
Hershell W Intlew
As the whlstle of the drum major fills the fur with a quult
clear call the band moves off to tht marnh of I-I 1 apltan C n
lookers as well as btntlsmen feel the nlartlnng, rhythm of the
Ardmore hlgh school hand Besxdes addxng that certam touth of
color to the field wlth their outshnnhng, form lll0lIh thu he-Ip
boost the Ilxger team on to Cifldlll vlctorw
Also the Ardmore band I8 as well appreciated on the con
cert stage as on the football field Who nn help but fml tht
tmghng rhvthm of a samba the he-autxful nnlodv of .1 senn cl wsnc
or the full richness of a well known classic'
In 'Vlarch the band proved to he a tootl host when nts num
Edw ln Johnson
bers entertalned five other bands of larter fountx at .1 one das
and all felt that much was accomphshed
The members of the Ardmore band will all readily agree
that the person largelw responsible for the wulc reco muon wlmh
they have recenvecl the man who-.e untnrnn, efforts han leal them
to the hugh spot thew now l ld 18 l0llt other than tlur 1
ductor Wir Raunond fahhard
John Patterson lxenneth Ttnlor
forporal I orpural
Bob f athey
Don llcl ,Iatlwon
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sparkling smile, marches happily with the band in
sunshiny or shivery weather. Although petite, this
popular young miss is truly regal and scholarly.
Attractively pleasing runnersup were Joyce Nut-
ting and Gayle Miller.
First row, If-'fl to right-L ncl W
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Svronzl r0u'fr-Xishnmn, Miley, Blllilrd, Sparks,
Chudwell, Richerdson, l'mbuugh, Huffman.
Third flDll7+RCHg1bT, Anderson. Hul-
ard. Whitley. Conlon. Allnutt.
Fourth row Keeton Brdns
ford Hardy Murray Joy Towry
Pzth row Patterson Jackson Locke
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First row, left
to right-Abnntll. Hrabg.
' Dillard. Brown,
Seeoml row- .
' ll 'av, Galt. Taylor,
Wesner. Ho ow 1
Third row--Henry. Davis. Varney. Pow
ers. Bailey, Horton. Henry.
Fourth row Jollmon
ner Berry Lex Awtrev Mont
F1 th ron D
olwon Cuerlunk w
I' ootball ueen
Pats naturalness her wlde eyed
beauty her -.weet slncerlty and all her
pleaslng tralts make her the lovely
senlor she IS and the lrl we re proud
to call our football queen
Good portsmanshlp and keen eom
petition were offered by the two who
became her attendant ,lo Clounh and
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Loathe- Ceor-fe Holloway and l "htou let 1 t
l'tery school needs a toathmg staff regardley- of
the prommente that athletun pl ty 1n the -1 hool pro
gram, and Ardmore H1gh deflmtely a -port- ytrong
hold IS lndeed fortunate 1n haymg two -ut l1 fine and
eapahle coaehe-1 as George Holloway and lClglll0Il
Mr Holloway s fr1endlt dlllllldf' and ready llllllf'
lldYC made l111n IHOFC than just a coaeh to tl1e stu
dents of XHS hm easy gomg d1spos1t1on and natural
eharm make lllln well hlced hy all He plCkb no fayor
ltes but meludes eteryone 1n llli em le of asaouate-
wl11ch 1- well demonstrated hy lun attempt to glte
eten the subs game experlence Hts method of coach
mg IS not tl1e Ifllllldry Style hut 1t Qecure- the so op
eratlon of tl1e hoyp from nmple loyalty and lu- lldllll
of treatmg everyone as lus equal
lle 1 a well rounded tthlete and -port-man
W l1e11 lu lv not on the grnhron or 1n the gvm you
w1ll flnd llllll at one of tl1e nc arhy laliey or 1n tht
XVI 1 lllf etc r pre-ent tml to-1 .114o111pany1n-' ll
'Vlr leddv w earne-t and llllt ere dullllllf toward
tts rythmg llc undertalcey has brought Wllllllg to op
erallon fro111 cteryone Wllll Wlltllll he has worked
He has earned tl1e reQpe1t of lu- football and wrest
hng team- hy neyer aylung anyont to do dlllllllllg 111
whu l1 he doesn t parllupate llllllNt'll
'lhe-Q two leaderx hate drllled Nport-.xuanyhlp
1nlo the athletu of tl11- -4 hool and hate -et them well
on tl1e1r way to helng llHl'f-lll utlzena of thu country
'Vlr llollowat and Mr luldy set a fine example not
only of wportamanshlp hut of flnt hung for et eryonc
wlth wl1o111 they hate hetomt a-Not 1ated
'Vlany r-easons hate tome and -'on smu hetttr man
ageri have refuaed Vdlll athlt tes a palr of whlte 1-ltofstrulga
or jufzt one more pleel of tape for thetr l'l"lllll'0Il groom
Ill' or cave 00lltllll0lllll4' ur llltllltlhlfi wrrt 1-o ue tt
lll their reje CIIOIH of these plea that tht stotlt of athlrhe
eqmpmeut has reaehul lla htuhest pe tl. -mu pre war
oyet xlltlldtl 1 four ttar lettermm Ill lltllll ha ku
ball and foothall llldll lglllg seemed to l1ate a speclalty of
refuslug to keep the foot powder box full of powder he
d1d this not because there was a shortage of powder but
because he appeared to enjoy antagomzmg the fattgued
hem laul Squatty 'llornll fttortte rtmark was
X ou lug hoys don t -.eare 1111 ' l l1 :te the ltey to tht cage "
l e was wlow Wllll the I11-ku hut ft t wlth a remar on
why pltycrs eouldnt h lte tht IlN!'llll0l ttf unlfee he per
-tonally tpphed ll
'Vlx ton Swtety lout- 11- 1 Illlltl p1 ryon hetaufle he
eould always Sllllll' Ill the fu: of the rem nk: made to
l11m when he kept the foothalh- to htm-Q If and aw IN from
tl1e players lll pre pracllu nuuutu
loe The Dude Dty ut-I1-tt cl ln w ts tht hewt player
on tht hcuth and perhletul lu nettr llPlllg preeent by
lll"l1lICt time yet, lu had the IllNllllI'l honor of hQ'lIlf,Z the
only mmtffer who could truue Wllll the referee as well
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RENNILTH Hl 'N'Nlll Il ll'Vl V-U UXFR Y NIJl'll XIRINNUX JU JXX trnkx run
trlple threat hack qudrterhdgk fakeg do hard Ill'lVlllE fullhuk lllllg halfback an
SIr0lIg9Bl YUIIIIPI' E100'l septnelw passes ws ll good llne batka r erous -wsu per fan 1 t
punter pauses with the Loud under pressure llexer runner man on the 1-quad
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DON LRNST at xndout BOB N111 -KVI llustllng W ADI: Hl- NRX Kill W URI l' l ra 1 N
at end on defem-e good halfback runs hard lmlfback 5 1 sm- e M ll H1 lll fwccllcnt on
blocker le 4 mg, pe H good blocker three n er 1 om :tc all dwtrut cud
rfcencr fondlx known year lettemman on offen c lllJll1'f'1l 'mn ood pn recener
as the weed of the 0101!
Front row Ile t to rlghtl Dossle Nlckell, ,lohn lornell, Don Bulard, Bob Nllchael, Bob lathrop. 1 lvl: Shaw, Harry Dodd, Bob Wlotlcw
kenneth Tavlor, Wendell Atkinson
Second row Bob Hunt, kenneth Quald., Nathan Ceurkmk, Dick Wade, joe Daw, kenneth Hunmcutt, ,lim V agoncr, Garland Pool, Bob
Mxlam, Bill Payne, Thad Day, Blll Read
Hack mu tstandlngt Coach George Holloway. Weldon Qaylor, Louie Wlundas, Raymon Awtrw, Dan ioultcr, Ruchard Lawson, Don
Lmst, Roy Worley, Wade Henry, Ronald Pnschall, ,hm Blddxck, Hal Hall, Robert Scott, Bob Gordon, Lune Coach Leighton Peddy
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all state guard one of
the best lxnemen Ive ever
coached says Holloway
team co captain
JIM BIDDICK rugg d
tackle excellent ln first
year out largest 'llgcr
semor class prexy
HARRY DODD su J
offenslve center rs
stnng defensive lme back
lnttle but rough
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charging guard good fenslu guard l-tlcks
on defense rugged re hlocks with re
serye hard worker CISIOII unrd pln aye
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good defensive tackle
most Improved lxneman of
the year charges hard
DAN LUUI 'l ILR
cellent center loves to
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food nn first wx-.ar out Eager fine abllnw Dependable reserve
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I'utun fine Illlt nmn
IIIDIL SHAW BOB 'VIII HAILI
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DON BIII ARD
Hard to move
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Siurdy and I1ustI1n
C lue fingered end
BOB NIUTI LY
Hardest charging Imema
DOQSIF NIFKILLL THAI? DAY RICHARD LAWSON
Dash champ PI'OI'l1liHlf., Sophomore Plaws Hard
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Xltu .1 prolou cd ab uns of uual year wiestlin , a sport which is ast
beconnn popular ha .1 ann mide it appearance here under the tutorshlp of
Lei l1t in leddw
l rom a roup of reen int xperiemed boy most of whom had never even
emu an amateur wre tlm matth much les participated in one Nlr leddy de
xelopcd .1 well rounded team which althou h it wasnt a Wlfllllll' team, was
upable man per man of 11111, every team they faced a clean hard fouf ht
l'he team had a 'never say die ' spirit that wouldnt leave them. In every
indixidual match. no matter how badly outclassed each boy ave his whole
heart to brin honor to himself and his school.
The majority of these boyx are juniors or sophomores and have several se-
inextzrx of eli ihility lfftg therefore, i11 years to come Ardmore should really
have 1 first rate wrertlin team.
e hoyx in their respective wei l1ts are:
e-Homer Moyers Louis Holley
1 .'.e efflarold Dillard Flma Li,,htsey
T Q.-Lawrence Staples, Houston Boydston.
I ' .'.-Fene Skinner.
I .'.W--Bob Bcttes, Kr nneth Ball.
e- .'.--Cary Nance Richard Iawson.
. V' .'.-f-Dick Wade. Joe Hutchins.
Heavy-Nathan Geurkink Raymond Awtry Bryce Holloway.
l erhaps the hardest worker of the entire team was its manager, Jerry Shel-
He served as scorekeeper durinf home matches, he doctored all minor ail-
ments such as mat burns, and took care of equipment at all times. He deserves
a letter A .
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Basketball Su eetheart
Dalnty Blllle Rose Hensley I our Lharmln
ba ketball sweetheart Small ln tature only thx
pretty sophomore 1 a faworlte of the entlre chool
eepeclally nnce her plea'-mg appearance lll the All
Peony Wlleon and Nan bmlth were her two
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L4 t to ntghl Betty Reul jmmn Joy lllll lloloru f llhun 'llulney Burrell lathryn Bas Nancy llulnney
'Vleet our co ordlnatorr, of pep the best ever' l'he e Nl
vaclous enervetle vlrls wt re chox-en hw the students of -SHN
as the top slx to reprc mnt us lll leading the crowds at even
"dlIIP rain or whine -Xlwayz, ally bedzcked ln red and white
from head to toe they truly helps tl us to express the splrlt
out at those extra special LADIES wxth Hugo llurant and llun
can and how much they meant to all of us how could w
have ever made It wlthout our eyer loyal cheer leaders
Although our nu hty pep tluh was organized only thls
year we ful th lt lt ha re ally accomplished great thlngi
'lhe bright splash of red :nd wlute formed by the ever pres
ent squad at all TILE! games will always be remembered
will the ll lorful procession marching, wlth the hand ln the
on l'l'l4ldW afternoons The N18-49 year has lald a finn
foundation for tlus orgaiuzatnon wlth the hope that xt wlll
grow eventually to Include every pep enthuelast ln AHB
Ftrs! rou, lf I lu right Joella Wllhamson Mary ,lo White Norma lox Nancy Underwood Patsy Howle, Charlotte Lynch
Wxlda fampbell Plolse Bragg Maudellen Newman Jlmmy Joy Hull lane 1 :they Wnhh Centry, Charlene Speers lda
qutton farol lottle Ruth Young, Shirley Walters llara fomwtoclt Joyce Meek
Ser-and mu Patty Houston 'Vlartha Henry Llnelle Ruble Ann lhompqon Nona Tanner Nancy Dulaney Betty Crowe,
Martha Lacy 'Vlanlyn Cohenour LaVerne Coma Barbara Amery Eula 'Nlac Berry Mary Beth Brown, Mary Ann Austin,
la Juana lewis ,laequhne Spxvey M :ry Bxddlck Ben-uv Klein l ula Bee Plercc, Pvelyn qpecrs Ann Wallxng, Joann Alshman
Third row l'thel Tyler Bnlhe Strain Dons Palmer, Patsy Brown, Peggy lllll Vera Mae lmlglehardt, Pat Beard, Dolores
Fulham, Peggy Raum,,lanet Lane Mlss Duston Sue Stewart Barbara Colhns Vlrglma Gazaway lamce Klncannon Peggy
Wilson, Delores Murphey Betty Maher Mardy Steele Mae Ellen Doolev Margaret Carpenter Pat Parmley, Dorothy War
ren., Wanda Threkeld, C harlene Rainwater
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JWI BIDDH K
Handsome ,hm Blddxck has pro
tected guxded and defended the semor
class for three years and trmmphantly
led us to that breath taking day
fraduatxon It seems only a fleeting
yesterday that a group of eager soph
omores elected tall dark eyed hm as
their presldent Hts assurance and
warm fnendlmese have endeared hlm
BOB MII HAILL
Y lce Pre ndent
ocratlc way of thxnkmg and the equal
lty wnth whlch he has treated all of
us have made dealing with President
,llm a pleasure for students sponsors
We the class of 1949 know well what a wonderful experience lf IS to be a semor Our
own semor year has been one of electlons games cxrcuses snowballs and school a year
celebrating the annlversary of a school system strengthened by IIS fifty years nn exlstence
It has been so full of excltement and fun, so rxch m lncreasmg knowledge and maturlty that
ll really has marked the hlgh pomt m our Ines thus far And though our futures stlll he
before us, promlsmg even greater opportumtles and aclnevements, yet this our last year ln
h school will always be cherlshed as one of our most prlceless memorles Passing tlme
wlll scatter our class throughout the natlon perhaps to the ends of the earth but so long
as we smcerely wlsh to remember these last good tlmes together thxs best year of our lives
can never be lost
Ann ,hm andM:ke out oraspm
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JIM BIDDII It
Well does she deserve tlIe tItle IIIOSI
beautlful, for Bahette comblnes the charmfw
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portlon, beautlful colormg and low volced
lovelmess She IS aI1 Ideal comlunatlon of
eauty In person and In character
anner, POIBP perfect pro
The handsome qualmes of Bob 'WIlanI
are more than skm deep Clean cut even
tempered, exceedlngly well hked, a typIcal
Ican ov, Bob has a large number of
fnends who have elected hlm Best Lookmg
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Most Romantic f lrl
Whether under the glanng lights of the
football field or under the pale sllver glow
of the moon, big, slow V0lC9d, slx foot Bob
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Ill ue Generous m dxsposltlon and though!
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For the love of Vlarw ur He lrts W ere Young and Cav Makefs
MERRYI BEDFORD KATHLRINE. BEASAW JIM BIDDICK
Ill Be Seeing You A Woman m Wlnte So Proudly We Hall
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Penls of Pauline Fun and Fancy l'ree I Walk Alone
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'LOne Touch of Venus" "Unconquered" "When Insh Even Are
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Make Vlme Music
The Keys of the Kingdom
BABE l II- I'I' MERLIN
we My Regards to Broadway
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DORIS W AI KER
You Were Meant for Me
NATA WALKER JIMMY PAT WHITFIELD
"On Our Merry Way" "Smoky"
AWN THOMPSON W ANDA THRELKILLD
Mother Wore 'IIHIILB The Tender Years
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The Velut Touch The Human I omezlx
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I Remember Mama
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X ou Cotta qtav I-Iappw Here Comes Trouble
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yes tts grand to be one of the talented members of the
48 49 jumor class Thts class ts one of the rarest combtnatlons
of sportsmen actors doctors pohtlcxans etc ever seen by thxs
modern ctvthzed world
Among these untque specnnens of manhood we find Henry
Dood 'Vlunday Dav baylor Awtrey Atkmson and Shaw play
Ing a game of footblll comparable only to the great Ol' team
of thls current wear As for basketball there are Rtesen Spratt
Allnut lon lno and Feurktnk who could make Oklahomn
AGM look llke a kxndergarten team
For people who hke to tle knots AHS along wtth the
kmdly asslstance ot' lexghton Peddw provides wresthng among.
our grapplers are Staples Awtrey Ball Dlllarrl and Hutchms
a ulntet whose record wlll never be equaled
Sf rretarv Sponsor
NIR5 JOE. BUD! H
I AW RILNH1, SIAPLEA IDA SUTTON
Wrestlers ml ht make ns thlnk of broken fingers fingers
remlnd us of In ands and hand-1 lead us to remember the ap
plause whlch our actors got the mght of the all school play
They were Nancy Underwood Fene Morrell Bob Denms Patsy
Brown and Howard Allnntt a verltable l'dHIllV of Barrymores
Now to brag about our scholars we have ln our mtdst
Lawrence Staples Ida Qutton Mary Fraley Phyhss Swartz, and
others too numerous to name Pmctncal pohtxclans Barrett
'Vlontgomery and fathey who can out talk any hvlng crea
ture on earth can truthfullw testlfx that Mrs Busch our
sponsor IS tops ln our books
So as we head for the lust runv of tht ladder we have you
But, cheer up' It won t be long und next wear under our most
capable leadershlp old AHS IH llfldllllt omg to have a wear
One of lzfe's lzttle moments
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BEST ALL AROUND
Ida friendly cooperative capable and
well liked IS a superior student As one of
the two secretaries of Student Council she
represented her 1un1or class in Mobile Ala
bama ln Nm ember Hlghly qualified in her
school activities she is equally well adjusted
in her social life and IS lndeed worthy of
being called the best all around girl
As best all around boy Lawrence was well
chosen He is president of the Junior class
a member of Student Council a straight A
student and active ln sports he has com
peted in the oratorxcal contest and repre
sented his class in Student Council work
in Mobile Alabama He is friendly whole
some and popular with both students and
Gene Paul Morrell
MOST LOYAL ENTHUSIASTS
Vivacious, pretty, and generous, Nancy has
an enthusiasm which comes directly from
her heart. Leading as class president dur-
ing her sophomore year, and playing parts
exceedingly well in two all-school plays, she
has given a great deal to Ardmore
Be the project sport or academic party or
play production she supports it with all
her loyal enthusiasm
A member of Student Council manager of
the Tigers in 47 48 two excellent perform
ances in all school plays to his credit Gene
Paul also has good grades When assigned a
project in Ardmore Hlgh he invariably
carries it out with enthusiastic willingness
efficiency and success
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Early one mornmg last September we the mopho
mores, 175 of us entered the hallowed halls of
A H S Wxth shmmg, fates and radlant smlles we
seemed falrlv burstmf with conhdenve and filled
wlth CIllhllblclS!Il or so we trxed to appearj But thlq
forced cheerfulnux -oun bet une a werv natural habnt
for as the blk httle Sophomores we were makmg 1
real place for our claw-. ln the N1ll00l We put stare on
both the football and basketball teams not to mentlon
the wrestling squad and not mntent with athletu
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Preslden Y lee President
crown- alone w s :owed our ln tnts lll hmm 1 lllfli
student tounul vsork md of eouue ln the all School
our exmellent example perhap the more -ed ate Juniors
and qen1orQ hue lnecn rblf to lelrn 1 little lhout the
ne lrt of enjoun lu ln 1 mol tx the fulle-.t den ee
Xnd now 1- our fine bophomort vear ls endmg,
we Can look form 1rd to two more Nt Irs fully as exut
mg., as thu- llht x wall we hrmlx hellewf mean the ful
fillment of all the lllgll hope and unhltlons made for
our IldNN 4 nrm tu- our flr t venr of lllgll chool 1 e
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Pretty Betsy, with her dancing brown
eyes, has a delightful smile and a friendly
"hello" for everyone she meets. Outstanding
in scholarship, ellicient as class president, she
still has time to be thoughtful and consider-
ate of all her associates
Ever ready with a cheerful gnn blond
fine looking Nathan has a remarkable charm
and the easy ability to make friends His
warm good humor is winning and he has
the wonderful gift of making people laugh
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winning a personality Peggy is the natural
selection of her class for the most promxs
mg girl As well as being an excellent stn
dent she is wholesome stimulating a le
light to her many friends and an unusually
Bob gives promise of real success for u
number of reasons food looking and self
confident he has native ability and perse
verance and in human relations he is re
markably well adjusted being considerate
helpful and understanding of other people
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Arnold Ylrnxnla Barkheuner Glenn Bdftglb Car
Second Hou Mary Bldduk Fl0l'ld Bulls Huclnon
Boyd ton 'Vlarle Boy er l letu Brewer Klan
lhtrrf Hou joan Bumpu Hfnrolfl Burton Mary Jo
Fourth R014 Wnldl Campbell Margrett Carpenter
Ft th Row Carol Chlldreqs Bllly ,lack Cllfton Mary
Szxth R014 Charles Ll0lll.,ll Ann Coe Barbara Sue
Seventh Row Carole Lottle Dorothy Lox Gene Cox
sey Blllne Cralghead Bobble Creevy Joyce Cross
Eighth Row Aubrey Cullms Albert Cullum Bull
Cypert Cary Daudson Joe Allen Davis Elfreda
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FL th Row Hal Hall l,dlI'lCld Hardy Orlrev Hawley
Smith Row Roy Hearon Billy Rose Hen lcy Helen
Mfventh Rim Urlena Hllhberrs Dan Holder Dorn
Hohey Paltbw Ruth Hovue Herb Huffman latqx
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Fl th Hou Bob Nlotlm 'Namy Nanu-' Bully Na h
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Second Ron fharlene Ramwater Betty Read Blll
Read Ann Rltkett-. Cene Rlggb Juanita Rohmette
Thzrfl Row lmora Rogers Clarenfe Roee Lorna
Fourth Row Robert Scott Nona Yee Short Rov
Fl th Row Lloyd Smlth Nan Smith Dugan
Sixth Row Gene South Blll Spearman Evelyn
Seventh Row Jacquelme Splvey Marcxa Spurlock
Margaret Steele Peggy Sue Sull Betty Stmson
Blllxe Ann Stram
Ezghth Row Archie Summers Nona Ruth Tanner
Dale Tate Kenneth Taylor Lonme Temple
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Seronrl Hou ,lame Ylnevarfl D1ck Wade Don Wallace Shlrley Wallace Ann Wallmg Earlene Ward
Thlfli Ron Robert Wfard Dorothy Warren John Wlnte Marv Jo Whlle James Wilson Peggy Wllson
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A rapidly growing department nn Ardmore Hugh Sehool this year has been the
eech class, under the dlrectlon of 'Vllss Nancy Fry 'Nhss Fry s ablhty for encour
mg cooperatlon of students IB unsurpassable
The students took part ln a wide vanety of actxvmes duflllg the year mclud
g debate, plays, choral reading, oral lnterpretatlon of dramatlc and humorous ht
ature, story telhng, oral mterpretatlon of poetry and pubhc address
Members of the clans entered speech toumaments at Durant and Ada made
tnps to practice toumaments, and displayed their talents at many assemhhes gnen
by their class
Audio visual education under thc tapahle llll"f'Lll0ll of Mrs Wlcf oodwm, h ne
rapldlv becommg a neu-ssnty here ll! the Ardmore school system Though xt was just
a llttle over three years ago, when this method of easier, faster, learnlng was fully
Installed ln our high school xt ns now an outstandmf. part of our system There
are thirteen semor hugh and thirteen jumor hlgh boys who study the operation of
the motion plcture and tape recordmg machines as a regular course from whlch
they receive 12 credlt Meetmg every Monday morning at 8 o clock, they leam the
art of s llcmg broken film, how to operate new machines, and do a great many
little jo s with whlch most of us are unfamlhar, or else accept as a matter of
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Because tt has become one of the rherzshed trarlmons o the C rztenon the sta
happy to present here a ew bats o rreanm' wrmng by Ardmore hugh school strulents
The wild steeds of Apollo sto rd halted ln flight
So dlstant they seemed but a gold ball of hght
Yet each proud flowmg mane east a rich erlmson haze
Spread far tross the sky III 11 mllhon broad rays
And the cloud fleece was touched with a strange falry spell
And tmted Wllll hues from the heart of .1 shell
For an mstant tune ceased to be holdmg m awe
This last lovely crown of day made without flaw
Then resplendent ln beauty and awesome m Hllblll
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Xnd as gold dust was setthng m sky and on hull
The sheer yells of twlhght fell swlftlv md stlll
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And the shouting the clamor s0 loud the daylon,
Were hushed to dum echoes and famtly' heard song
And a restless wmd stirred through the trees wlth sad sighs
And last hng rung shafts of hght fled from the sknes
Thus a day dles
ON SUWMER DAYS
On summer days to wade a stream then he beneath a tree
In up rolled jeans and easy shlrt and hear and feel and see-
Uh Illl5 lb ,real on summer davs far from humamtv'
To hear the tlnv llfe that crawls to see the kmd that flies
To feel shy eyes behmd .1 stump that dart and peep at me-
Im closer to a quality than blrd or qulrrel or bee
X quahtv approaehmg complete tranqulhty
To feel the grass angora soft along my calf and heel
lo smell the pungent st ent of fern wlule shades around me stea
Can brlng a slow and yery deep dehcrous sleepy feel
Xnd then to hear the wmds arise hrst quuklv m the trees
Then dlppmg to the wakmg stream m arcs the water selze
And push lt rlpphng back up hull now busy as once still
A feather from some bird IS caught and lifted to the sky
The leawes are twlrlmg ln a waltz The wmd IS dancing by'
Beneath the wood where grass has stood ln dreamy llstless ease
It seems a hand caresses ll You see ll bends and nods?
ulet you my mner self
That strokmg hand IS Cod s
SPRINK THIRTY STREET LIGHTS
User lull illll ox er dale
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lwerywhere the eye tan see
Cod has been so ood to me
Here 1 robin there a wren AZT
Struttmg cotk and mluckmg hen
Little lambs that run md play
In the meadow all the day
Trees burst forth m glad arrny
Bxrds sung merrily all day
Blossom- from the ground now
Lhlldren s yoxces gladly rung
Over lull and oxer dale
Here m xalley there ln yale
Everywhere new hfe I see
Thus God renews Ins faltb ln me
We called lt sport
Thought ll was fun
Shot out thlrty
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It would end thxs wa
Hut lt just Does to show
That crxme doesn t pay
But what s a httle sport
Or jllsl a httle fun
If the cxty s om, to pa
For what you we done?
My parent-1 ot mad
Staved awake three nights
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FRIDAY, SEPT. 10-School! Well, here we are again, trudging through the halls
of AHS! Faces, faces, and more of 'emg Some are new, but most of them are old
friends. and it's grand to see them once more. The weather has been so hot-
"Carry Me Back to Old Lake Murray." Thank goodness for the half day sched-
ule! I know we've groaned mightily about coming back, but maybe it's not going
to be so had after all. Could it be that we're getting fond of the place?
FRIDAY, SEPT. I7-This has been a historic day for this morning we heard the
first "Newspaper of the Air." By now we.are familiar with all those new, and
handsome, seniors, juniors and sophs. The new Tigerette Pep Club has decided to
wear red skirts and white sweaters. It sounds good and should look better. This
afternoon the new cheer leaders, Mickey, Dolores, Jimmy Joy. Cathryn, Nancy,
and Betty led us in our first pep assembly in the gym and in our first football game
played tonight against Murray-R, the Tigers honored our school with a victory of
lfl to 0.
FRIDAY, SEPT. 21-The Tigerettes elected Joel-la for their president. Rob, Jack,
and Nathan left for Iowa for the National Dairy Show. Mrs. Oliver went to Ok-
mulgee for an educational meeting. What's the matter with these people. don't
they love AHS, or are they just more important that we realized? And today,
Hunt discovered Anng looks like a new romance.
FRIDAY. HCT. IY"Dress-up" day for the Criterion pictures has come and gone.
The boys looked sharp and the girls were lovely. The Ardmore Ci-I! chapter of
the Hi-Y has been organized, and Don ,Iackson is the newly-elected president.
Sounds like the boys are going to have fun. We suffered a tragic defeat at the
hands of a hard-fighting W'ilson eleven in a never-to-be-forgotten game.
FRIDAY. OCT 8-The gorgeous. rugged, new senior sign popped up in the
auditorium this week. It really has spirit. Three cheers for the 49'ers! That
heartbreaking Ada game was played last night: we practically wept. Today all the
girls are making over ,Ioe Day. whose arm is in a sling due to injuries suffered
in last night's game.
FRIDAY. OCT. l5fThis morning Ardmore high school is quiet and calm. A
strange. almost unearthly tranquility wafts through the halls. still reverberating
from the week's heated campaign for football queen. Today everyone is happily
satisfiedw today no one is worried about the 0llIf'0lllC of the election, no one is
in suspense. ha! no one but 420 students, three anxious candidates-Ann, Pat,
and ,Iof-and the official crowner. Ernst. l'll never forget that fine homecoming
parade. or what a lovely queen Pat was.
FRIDAY. OCT. 22-Those pesky six weeks tests are on us! And so-
Now I lay me down to rest:
I hope I pass my history test:
Hut should I fail when test time comes.
Then flunk the bum I copied from.
FRIDAY. OCT. 29-Tonight we all turned out for the Ardmore-Durant game.
and after turning back thc favored Lions I4 to 6 we went down to the Civic Audi-
torium to see the crowning of the new Sinawick queen. All three candidates,
Ann, Mardy. and Nancy, were lovely. but we were thrilled to see Ann take her
place as queen to reign over the festival. This week we exercised our demo-
cratic privilege by voting in our own private election for President. If only we
were 2l, so our vote could really count!
FRIDAY. NOV. 5-Two of the football heroes. Paschall and Ernst, if you didn't
already know. tried to auction their left-over football pictures to the highest bid-
der. Tomorrow our band goes to Norman to play in the homecoming parade-
itls a real honor! I
FRIDAY. NOV. I2-,lim Wagoner, our new-found dramatic actor, told the
story of "Little Red Riding Hood" and kept the speech class in stitches. Com-
ment of the week: When a test tube blew its cork and black mixture into Patty
Houston's face shc exclaimed mildly. NC ee, it exploded."
FRIDAY, NOV. I9-After six wonderful days Ida. Nathan. Staples, Gayle, and
Mrs. Oliver have returned from Mobile. Ala. They'll never forget the marvelous
trip. The all-school play. "VVe Shook thc Family Tree." proved to be a brilliant
success. That night we beat Hugo to win district in the most thrilling and hard-
est fought game of the year! Were we ever proud of our Tigers? Then on to
W'EDNESDAY. NOV. 21A-An exciting week! We mean the walkout Monday. It
may have been wrong. but we did have so umch fun! We can never forget all of
the ca,-S and the pu,-3119, or the Crazy picnic at Lake Murray and the smoky fire.
FRIDAY, DEC. I0-Duck season ended with a bang and once more boys are
gracing the halls of AHS. Milam was seen in a pep club sweater, luunmm. This
week we received the glad tidings: Ronny made All-State and the whole school
beamed. Chaucer, ballads. and book reports. and then report cards! Heavens.
how did we survive?
FRIDAY. DEC. I7-Well, dear diary. here it is finally time for the Christmas
holidays. Jugl think, qw., whole weeks of freedom and fun. Rut school isn't
going to be the samc without Merryl Redford? WC Fllflll really IIIISS him.
FRIDAY, JAN. 7--Well, look what Santa brought! Betty and Meathead were
attired in identical sweaters. Everything was fine until .Ioe Day came along.
Wonder how he got into the act? Football boys went to the Cotton Bowl over
New Years and had an excatang tame
FRIDAY ,IAN 14-It s about tame' At last tlae Student Councal as goang to gaye
us some student assemblaes We hear that Dagger wall emcee tlae first one, so at s
sure to be a success Tlaas week we had enough ace to last seyeral wanters One
thang though at made even tlae sample act of walkang outdoors prettv excatang
The Farst semester was suddenly oyer really flew, cladn t at'
FRIDAY FI'B 4-Wednesday thas week turned oaat just as wc cacpectecl a attlc
gram It was tlaose aaaorbad report cards we receaved that aaaacle at saacla a day
of reckonang for us But thats all oyer now Dagger took oyer tlae tlaought for
tlae day Tlae football jackets arrayed and Charlene had Clyde s an only Ia aaaan
utes to set tlae record
FRIDAY FEB Il Last naglat was a bag naght' Suspense and excatement for
everyone, and a coronataon, too' Why sure, at was tlae naglat ,lam Wagoner
crowned Ballae Rose basketball sweetheart Thc sophomores dad themselyes proud
that tame' Today 'Vlass Fry a gayaaag a barthday party Slae s sweet saxteen wc
hear Tonaght the Ha Y s crowned Layerne as tlaear sweetheart from all report
we hear that Don Jackson was quate pleased oyer tlae choacse
FRIDAY FEB 25 Roses are red, wlaate as macarona
Barbara s a nataaral but Robby a Iona
Bob got a home permanent and apparently started a new fad Illestlly thc
senaors nearly lost a presadent when ,Iam Baddack who was flxang, l I
tlae anusac rooaaa for a anoyae slapped broke through tlae waaaclow glass anl f
Ernst laacln t been there to grab laaaaa tlae result aaaaglat laaye beeaa dasastrous
Wednesday, Canvasback Staples te aaaa aaaet Dack Angora Wades an a wret
lang asseaaably that delaglatecl tlae school
FRIDAY MARCH 4 Weclnesd ay hroaaglat aas mother staaclent a embly asang.
song thas tanae watla jokes fun aaacl sally cledac ataons 0 r royan l ay g
draftang home from tlae Marda Gras whacla was reported really fane thas year
FRIDAY MXRCH Il Wonderang wlay all tlae senaors speaat tlaas wcek talkang
to themselves No they hadnt gone crazy tlaey ware just tryaaag to catch upon
tlaear 250 lanes of memory work
FRIDAY MARCH I8 Doctors aaaarses Ilcayer l atrol to tlae rc sc uc X strangc
malady had settled on our beloyed AHS Practacallv eyeryone suffered from tlae
anysteraoaas energy destroyang dasease II hat coaalcl at be ' Nlr H all saaaaatered oy er
from junaor hagh and daagnosed at as spaang, feyer W laatta rclaef' Yesterday wc
heard tlae prelanaanaraes of tlae oratorac al contest Cant predact any resaalts jllsl
now, but at wall be a close race and teaasaon as already aaaoaantang
FRIDAY MARCH 2a The Oratorac al contest was tonaght and tlae rafters of
AHS sazzled wath yells Walla the taacleaats bedeckcd an tlaear cla colors and
fiercely proclaamang thear allegaance to tlaear candaclates a colorfaal traclataon be
came a tense realaty We enyoyed tlae all school party afterward too
FRIDAY Al RIL 1 As always on Apral Pool s Day therc was plcnty of masclaacf
FRIDAY APRIL 8 rllae Faster bunny came ta sc laool and broaaght u a hm
yacataon of two beautaful days Who saacl anytlaang about goang. swammang
Apral' Brrr Drop dead'
FRIDAY KPRIL 22 Tlae senaor play was an all taaaae laagla HIS certaanly docs
atself proud on plays a top Haglat performance and a no standang rooaaa naaach
less sattang rooaaa house It fclt good to appl aud a pl ay lake Doulylc Door
FRIDAY APRIL 29 l'yeryone w as tryang to rest aap froan thas month s actay
ataes, and was antacapatang next month s pleasures The tcachers aaaaplored u to
put an one aaaore month of good solad work
FRIDAY MAY 6-Poor senaors tlaey took thear bag ac laaeyeanent test lllls week
and they stall la ave that dazed look an tlaear eyes Must la aye been a terrafic shock'
The Junaors and sophs regarded thc senaors wath suspacaous eyes Stran e char
acters laaye been ruaanang., an and oaat of tlae office mutterang undc r tlaear breath
tlaey looked alternately happy worraecl and depressed flac problem I6 unats
for graduataon mavbe7
FRIDAY MAY I3 A wonderfaal week' At long last tlae frateraon b as arrayed
and tlae exc ated journalasm class presentcd at to aas an an assembly raght aw ay
Surprase of surprases who eyer expected a gold cover
FRIDAY WI XY 20 Sh adcs of fandc rc ll a' Tlae senaor garls wc re suddc nly tran
formed oyemaght from sclaoolgarls to loyely young laclaes Thear faces told tla at
they enyoved eyery ananaate of the soca al actayataes
FRIDAY MXY 27 Church banquets wc re laelcl tonaght XHS laalls wall seeaaa
strange next week for the senaors wall be gone scnaor week
FRIDAY ,II Nl' '3 Our la t full week of sc laool yy as oy er Senaor wc rc wander
ang aamlessly through tlae laalls and Pat Murphey aaacl Margaret Renack laaye joan
ed the 49ers for gradu ataoaa Thas mornang tlae senaors aad good bye an farcwell
assembly Tonaght was the bag ey enang of tlae year as senaors went to tlae banquet
and later Joaned tlae junaors for tlae traclataonal proaaa
TUESDAY JIINF 7 It as all oyer now Sunday naglat senaors lastened atten
tayely to the Rey Fdwan Morton at baccalaureate and tlaen tonaght commence
ment Watla faall hearts we watclaed the class of 49 anarcla oaat of tlae auclatoraum
to tlae straans of Coronataon proudly carryang tlaear daplomas
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LEST WE FORGET"
A song o Ardmore
And her love so true
Comes waftmg o er the abr
And thrills us thru and thru
From the many things whlch have helped to make
this past year such a glorious one we have made a col
lectxon of precious memories memories gathered espe
cially for the 49ers who are leaving hlgh school and who
perhaps ln years to come will find pleasure and help ln
using this collection as a welcome reminder of a won
derfully happy year
First of all can we ever forget our school old AHS
itself? The red brlcks the flagpole flapping pigeons be
hind the columns and the wide friendly steps all are
so famlhar we almost take them for granted How auto
matic was our morning pattern always as regular as clock
work Wade and his bugle the flag salute a thought for
the day and on Fridays the Newspaper of the A1r
Then there came our tardnes those faithful few who
never could quite make lt on time even when they did
sacrifice thelr breakfasts and our sleepy hunters whose
blissful smiles told us that someone had bagged his limit
They must have had some hilarious times together c
cordlng to the tall tales they were forever telling'
Remember our trymg to struggle through English
with lts memory work and tests We can never forget
Mrs Madden her endless patience and her sense of
humor but when we really got loud there were her sharp
little pencil raps on the desk Can we ever forget that
provoklng pencil sharpener fwonder who w1ll finally get
mad enough to throw it out of the wmdow9j or the quo
tations on the blackboard and the pictures on the wall?
Wxll Garland ever recover from his encounter wlth Chau
cer'7 Well those nlce long naps must have helped'
Remember the halls the audltorlum the balcony fbe
fore higher authorxtles locked its doors to us'J and all
the fun we had there Can t you stlll see the old gradu
ating classes smxlmg down on us from their stiff pictures
on the wall our comfortable leaning posts fthe trophy
cases the decrepit fountains-especially Old Faceful
and the all powerful clock on the wall? Before school
began there were always excited groups discussing just
what had happened the nlght before recall the amazing
rumors and stones that circulated so suddenly and so
widely and remember Mr Holloways standing on the
steps talking to hls fellas about the coming game
Will you ever forget the different sports our teams
took part ln and the fun we had ln connection with each?
Oh how we loved football season the pep assemblies
the cheers and songs the thrnlhng once in a great while
discouraging games the coronatlon of our football queen
with its heated campaign beforehand The bus trips to
out of town games were always grand so hectic crowded
exhausting yet loads of fun How memorable was that
Hugo tnp and the game that followed where we all dled
a thousand deaths before the score was finally declded'
And then there was the Enid game and the long sad trip
home Remember the football boys hmpmg to school after
the Ada heartbreaker--all bruised bandaged red wlth
merthlolate and so so tired It was a thrilling day when
the jackets came-we never knew we had that many gurls
on the team before but then maybe moral support de
serves some credlt too' Football was followed by basket
ball season and we saw plenty of good hard fought games
and tournaments ln the gym After another campaign we
crowned the basketball sweetheart ln a coronatlon sen
xce that gets prettier every year And for the funniest if
not the most exciting game of the year there was the
great battle between the faculty and the Tiger team for
the March of Dimes We won ln spite of the fact that the
faculty was far more experienced in the use of surprise
tactics deliberate cheating we mean Thls year we had
wrestling for the first time and the team really did well
We began to appreciate the sport after that fine wrestling
assembly that Mr Peddy and his team gave-anyway lt
certainly dxd look interesting from the audience
The journalism class has its memories too and rr ost
of them are closely associated with the good times we d
whlle workmg to build this 1919 Criterion C -fe wer
forget our two lncomparable art Cdll0l'S .loyce nu .loann
and the impressive object lesson they taught us ln true
cooperation? Remember Joyce s careful beautlful vork
and how we valued her word of approval on every
we planned recall Joann s moods and the long hours
she spent ln mkmg and lettering-especially on all Cn
terlon captions which she dld so well And then there
was Jo the perfect harassed edltor frantically trymg to
do the ll'l'lp0SBlbl8--I0 get copy from the procrastmators
Milly and Gayle There were Della Ruth s dehghtful dry
wlt and Virginia and Babette s spontaneous giggling which
we found so infectious There was Oleta and her cam
era a team that produced many an amazing snapshot fall
those ln the semor section and on the jnmor Ryoms and
Rotary pages to be exact'j But above all there was Mrs
Arnold whom we shall always remember for her own
sake as well as for her leadership which really was the
guiding star for thls Crnterlon
By the way do lets remember our big snow storm
this winter How many sleds dld the boys finally smash
on that hill out at Dormck H1lls7 Six-or was ll seven?
Thmk of the many hamburgers we ve eaten at Prlddy s
and Carltons and the countless unsuspecting ice boxes
that have been robbed whlle we dld our homework and
messed around over at the girls houses Remember our
steadles not very many of them we re sorry to say'
and the members of our class who were married and en
gaged Especially recall the semor boys flnrtmg furiously
wlth the 9th grade girls then think of the semor glrls
dehghtmg the sophomore boys when the college men
werent home that ls' And before we forget lt those of
you who walked remember the walkout a glorious
hectic day of adolescent rebellion and those of you who
stayed remember the welcome freedom of your belated
Shall we ex er forget that lazy sprmg day when our caps
and gowns arrlved werent we excited though' Senior
week followed and with It came all of the parties and
plcmcs the teas the banquets and of course the prom'
We were having the time of our hves ln splte of the
exams we had taken Wednesday and that quakmg feehr
we had as we awaited the results At baccalaureate we
listened mtently and perhaps seemed a httle sad Strange
ly we found ourselves gomg back to AHS always for
just one more look we roamed the lonesome halls talk
mg mournfully about the happy days when we were back
in hugh school we seemed to have forgotten that we were
stlll there'l Then at last came that long anticipated
event Commencement' How well we remembered pass
mg onto the stage recelvlng that priceless dlploma and
then smllmg broadly as we turned to face the world seen
for an Instant through hazy tears
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