El Reno High School - Boomer Yearbook (El Reno, OK)

 - Class of 1953

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MLA!! , nd X :: Q E33 Ez: EEE 'ar EEEEI' gases L - I frusczzintiozz THE YEARBOOK STAFF Proudly Presents fx jfzc IQJ 3 I-Xll lx DX POC EI HOPINIANI C E m J 7 C ' om1ze1f-- ollegiuzz , 'NC Y C -I' Q! W5 ,455 vs J. W .i wwe r-L. .-uwfmuu-an-4 JF' De 1 fa dm N Tfaflo Facu4+ Ur ow Joohorfofe eslwne P G Per CMOS Musff Ro olfy Qrgamzafuofws Kfllfiififf U ff . dk Hom . A VMS ' rf i '-,f ,... . Senisrs .... J 4? K, . . . . C 1 1 F' . ..i VT. . !AX+:1t,+Ef,S . . ,J 'E . . . A1 y ...... Qehbahbn , -mf' J lgfsnflau Simnzona, Dizecfoz ggi: Z1 Hgerzga H fzfffg mms nm! Eg mid M m,1mfW1f,Zf gui caffscf Elm ME 'iqzmfgif QQQCIQ an ME Qounfq' But we aff llngw Mai. U55 5511601 Cfuu of 1953 wziliu fo mow! an Zigfzff Mat of 4151155 iymliofi, admll and fzsuorza if gui EIZOLUI2 Mia icgoof yum you, Hcjsngif' wifi, flue moi! Uiuicffiy. -qfwfg IJKEQALLZE, fgszsfozs, fgs 45.926011 Jsclicata :Egg IQ53 ulition of fgs Beams-L fo you. yfafmffzfsmfffafz mf fy QV-S O I 9 S 2 K -vu-:nu -w-Q - -- -, pvp.. .. 'S . -uuvsuf,-2 -Q-.4 - nm, wx - ,,,, .Sf-If Ziff ' n .ua-4.-.R B.. - .- V M-'V xiii? " 3.5571 ,ar A yep? if A ' i-if - Y ' ' 5 ., Q g A.: gg-bl.. f 'V Q- A N ' ,A 1. . x s '- L SUPERINTENDENT PAUL R. TAYLOR SUPERINTENDENT PAUL R. TAY- LOR, who has served in fhe EI Reno public school sysfem for eighfeen years, is one of fhe oufsfanding school officials in fhe sfafe. Mr. Taylor is prominenf in civic affairs and holds fhe office of Chair- man of fhe Official Board of The Wesley lv1e'rhodisfChurch. HE is an eloquenf spealfer and is frequenfly called upon fo serve his communify in fhis capacify. HE has exhibifed sfeadfasf loyalfy foward The local schools and has main- fained a consfanf affinify wifh sfudenfs and faculfy. HE has inspired all who know him wifh his sincerify, warmfh, and infense dedicafion fo dufy. Mr. Taylor's example for sfudenfs and cifizens has been one of conscien- fiousness and infegrify in every way. I. - ' T ?5 f f-5'tq.,,s N f ' ' ' . . 'N' 4 ' , ' if .1 4, ,Ff-7-1 ,-z rf-Tc. ' 5 - in I wt . at ..,. 's' 'Q . ' '11, ', . - A 1 r l -v . 4 .,, " -' . ' I, 4-A 'U E if f Q 5 ' 9 T""' qv - -.--45 " .. 'A , 't'f-pq-cv" xi x N if x . - MR. MARION WATSON MR. RUPERT M. EOOO MR J M BURGE Member Member PVeSldPVl+ Board of education The Board of Education of the El Reno City Schools is composed of capable, unselfish men who give of their time and energies in the interests of the local schools. Theirs is a labor of love. Their only com- pensation is the satisfaction that attends a task well done. They set a splendid example for youth in their willingness to work for the public welfare, They well deserve the appreciation of a grateful citizenship. The school year 1952-1953 was begun with the following officers and members of the governing Board: Mr. J. M. Burge, presidentg Mr. Steve Lucus, vice presidentg Mr. Leonard E. Hale, Mr. Rupert M. Fogg and Mr. Marion Watson, members. Mr. Hale was succeeded by Mr. George Gleason in April, 19533 Mr. Watson was succeeded by Mr. A. L. Barrett in April, 1953.'Mr. Lucus became a member of the Board in 194lg Mr. Burge, in 19423 Mr. Hale, in l945g Mr. Fogg, in 19463 and Mr. Watson, in 1951. These people are loyal to the highest ideals of public school ad- ministrationg and, under their guidance and direction, the schools of El Reno have made steady progress. MR. GEORGE GLEASON MR. LEONARD E. I-IALE Member Member i Ig A we if " -' 'j""r?-G J- -, .h .,. x " . B, Familiar Faces C1 Reno public School -.,. flclministmtion Mrs. Jeanelle Mi+chell Mrs. COFG MaCSwain Secrelary Treasurer X Mr. Waller Wilson Clerk Extra! Jus? before 'rhe l953 Boomer Colle- gian wen? To press, The edifors received 'ri nofice fhaf valedicforian and salula- ,TW forian had been announced. Picfuresl af fhe lefl' is Miss Veva Robison, val- edicforian, and on lhe righl is Miss Shirley Thomas, saluialorian. Veva Robison Shirley Thomas Valedidorian Salufalorian 'x :aili- Mr. Waller P. Marsh PMB., M.A. 1' .-9. Mr. Waller P. Marsh has been ellicienlly servinq El Reno High School for eighleen years. Since I935, when he firsf became princi- pal of EHS, his guidance has been of exrreme value lo EI Reno youih, and his influence has molded many responsible cilizens. Mr. Marsh's lolerance and undersianding have won him innumerable friends, and he is loved and respecfed by each sludenl, alumnus. and facully member. BS. ' f' Dean of Boys ,. ....-iw. Regislrar ""' Jill. Q35- ai' . A.-2 gi . .5 I,., , Mr. M. A. Mirchell, Jr 1 'i iiws Q' 1 ,lv , BA., MA. ' English Dean ol Girls Miss Rose Wifcher 0.- ..lv1.. lncluslrial Arfs Mechanical Drawing 2 Senaie Sponsor Mr. Woodrow Barlon ' - AB NRA. Spanish and Mafhernalics ' Sophomore Counselor , Pepefl Sponsor f Adelanle Sponsor Mrs. Lucile Blair W a L B fit' z" f Ut .., -404 Ms' His 5.,:41E GN' u B S, S 1 lk .- .. 'Q r 'We 1, n ' ' : X ws' L Sql Q. .gmkgi 3 .lf ' .. ' , ff. 'Y "" Fit .Ll at 1 5 .4 ' ' Q gif 5 sv i B.S. - , ""' Biology and Heallh ' l-lead Foo+ball Coach Track Coach "B" Baslcefball Coach .,,,.,Q,5i3,M.,.:, . r , ,wif V I We l ,fff'4" A 4 1 F 12' 'I 1' JE' 3' 'vii X ,V a f E," ' Bfk. JL 5 ' X F English if Freshman Counselor Freshman Pep Club Sponsor U S Mrs. Nina Mae Cooper I ' K, fi 2 fi 4' , I l ,gs V BA., M.c.E. Social Science ff, ,ff Service Pairol Sponsor , ' .4 - .E . I, Q , 1, gjszf ' s-ref . Q 3' ff f-'axis - 'ff Art English Squaw Co-sponsor National Art Honor Society Mr. Floyd Durham .41 Mrs. Ardyth Guth A 2-. .- Onan A. Hill Miss Mabel L. Jones f--s 'W rt 1,1 f ' 'me 5: A B., M.A. English AB., lvlfx. English Junior Counselor Sluclenl Council Adviser 1 Mr. Kennelh Kamm lnduslrial Arls Foolball Line Coach Baseball Coach V i git' B.A., M.A. f Librarian Freshman Pep Club Sponsor :sf f gf N . I ' 5? , 13- K . Mrs. Edna McMal1an Kelly B.S., A.M. Maflwemafics df? H. f' M '51-vs. 0 Miss Helen Kmghf law- 'b,, Speech and Drama Sfagecraff Na+ional Forensic League Sponsor 1 -,,. M IM. . .X I, X, Mrs Marnella Marsh Miss Heier My-iq 5.5. WMM, SMV Jccwcf fin? 3 w L 5 'vo 1.-, Mr. C. L. M: Dfecfof Vocafc' TS!! Quo Soofso 5 ANN -IS: " up .iilm f,....n-QQ W Moor BS., MS. Commerce -l iz, "f'5s'iv1 as ,, ,wt S . 'il ' -'::-'av Miss Willa Dean Nicholson f. SQQ 1 P"""'ff ' V, :arg Mr..Melbern W. Nixon i Z' Miss Dovie Anna Noble 6... B.A., M.A., Ph.D. S4 History, Journalism, Latin Director of Publications James LeRoy Oxfoid A.B., MS. Science Direcfor Adolf Educaiion Mr. Ray P. Porfer Tl ' 'V Bs., MA. ff'-'S Vocafional Agricuifure FFA Sponsor 8- 36 in Mrs. Dean Ward English, Algebra 7. Miss Hope Wood ,Vocahonal Homemakmg BMC Sponsor FHA Sponsor go Dum qjaauffy: 'jo you cargo flaw: afoocf as ifauncg Lguicfspoafi on ouz pafga, we offer: owz aincsfu-: aafufationa. 901 Ms cfoou you gave o nec! in iaffofaugi , oz owe foucg o com anion fgaf fi Llwuggf out owc gstfsfz nafwza, foz youz daifly Huing of Ms Uafusi ws saznuffy asf ai Hoag, 'ua tfiafzg you. gfzow tfiat owz iuaasn in kgs yeau agzacf ia How: 'zswaz we pf-zcfgs a devotion to gown icfsafa. U55 gsniou of 7953 p 71 Mi Thomas Hardwick Sfudenf Body Presldenf af 06 G1 Cl-lie top at lastf The SHA llii ZIOIQS ami if - M Everett Adams Shirley Ada-ms Albers Edward Allen of 1953! Bill Amberg Lois Biller Doc Billigmezer Jane Birmingham Leroy Bishop Billy Blackoiol Wanda Blurton Earl Roy Bomhoff Lecestrerr Bond I,fn-wuz Bourers Erfflgfrz Bruwe IQVIIHAI1 Bfll?l'S .-inzzwffw Hjllllllll filnrff 1,11 Valli!! Lloyfrl f'nrr0II 5 5 wif, ' f' x , Aff M ,vfw-Q Rd., auf'-:Ti at I M f s..,,,,N' 2 ,,,a.a. 1 a V' '-.l.,l 2-Q r A -1 if 4 " ,.P 0 F0111' Tears I fp the Lflflfwl' lmzfe brouglzt us io our goal C'0rz'mm Crzxfw' Mary 1111011 Clzczppwll .S'lU1flI'U f'I11'lws Don f'11oz'f-c Vl.1'I.UH C'Ia.wmz Lloffri Cory ff li ' 'Y37' 5 Pa f1'z'f'z'a, C 0.1- 75 -Q W- Av ' 1, -5' Darid C'u1z1z1'ng1z1zn1 Don Dillinglzam , .'l0f0rr'.w D011 itll 49 W, iff " - - 6, Hodnwy Ilonfzclm -L Uorflzmo Dozrglas Pllyllis Drwssm Pwrry Eiohor Ncmry Erbar We have upfzelcl the tmilitioz-ls of fl Keno High School Suv Eshelnzan Billy Joe Faler Gr orgf Foreman Thomas Foreman Franfes Foufz Maur Fuller Gene Gallagher Nettie Mae Gibson Mauna Golden Sa rn nz y Good man Don Gustafson Thonzas Hardwick Paul Hauser Bonnie Hays George Hedrick 3' r I in ag ' fi? vb 1231 Q5 25145 ,BE P 8 .S QR. I' Y . X 5' V V ..S' ff' 'V X fav 35' 'a-fa: 'X 9 4-av' 'll- Hml cure ready to make our may into a changing world 'X e are LTFOSMHQ' the tlzffedzold to our futmfe Jack Higby Virgil Him-icksen Roger Hoffman Jack Hunt Pat Hurley Mar-that Hurst Mildrffd Hurt Max Huston Ewing Inlow, Jr. Don Jimerson Marie Johnson Janiece Jones Ted Joulv 130f111iv Kapp Paul Kfzoar CDpeu ing flu Zena IX-Pllflgfb Mflflffffll Kincaid Don 1,c'fIIwftv1' Bill I,1'1'111fr' SIII.I'I?l'N Lv-ighfon Faith Lyon.w John Ilwzry Marsh Da rid M11 riin Gf'I'fllff1.I11. gWfIl'fI'IZ M 'Wg -J sl' ,,Q' .A is ' if X551 ,gdwxx , - 1 xvklw had w of l 'T' 43L Larry Masters Bill M1'At0e Jinmzie Mc'Gz'n1f'y Don Merzreldt Hufh Ellen Mfym Marilyn Miller OMF SIICHFE of lzonors and fllifl 1 ' gi Y I -aff I I Raymond Miller Jvrry Mitchell Ethel Morse Lois Mulanax Pat Murphy Patricia Murphy Marilyn Norris Jo Ann O'Nan Arlen Padgett Evelyn Patterson Billy Pafvrka Bob Plato Bob Powers Mary Lou Prim Bob Radar' llllinglecl nztla laughter and an occoszonal tear La11'ranc0 Randall Nancy Hmmes Bernard Ruling -23- 3-C- '9 -qp-v ev' X X .1 13" 'Yi N773 Jack Robinson Vera Robison Bob Rushing X . Thad Seely 3 E Lynn Shaw .-af' - Q 4 C. A. Slzcmvf Q Qi f ' A Sue SlL1'opsl11'rff -3 6 " ""' 'Y' Martha Sue Smith Jean Smarlrfck Tom Stewart Gary Stoncman up nr Ga rla nd St ringfzeld 'iv- We know that no memory will ever over-shadow The four fzmtful gems 0 expemences m 8 S Lois Ki.Qncr Stroud Janvllrf Stussy Don Trrgflor Tommy Tcmzrwy Shirley Thomas Alive Thompson Bob Valdvras Bobby Wagner Anita S110 Wallm Juanita Watts Helen Wfwd Frau.z1'ska W1'0fffr-Luftut ht 416 J 24 mf Welch Dorothy Whipple Kallzlrwv Wfnzlaff To the jurziozfs who follow we wish the same success Z9 '36 Aer 5' f 'V Teresa Deitz Barbara White Malcolm Whritobird Jimmy Wl.lkI? rson Travis Windham Marlene Worth Charles W ynes Ralph Yates Erlean York j U1 H0138 of 1953! A Dean Alexander James Archer Frances Atwood Jane Bailey Don Baker Kellyene Barlow Amos Barton Helen Bates Paul Bennett Esther Biller Wilma Birrlshead Darlene Bivins June Bohn Don Bornemann Gloria Botts Wanda Bowling J im, Boyer Gerald Bremseth Stella Belle Brodersen Sharon Brower Nancy Brown Bill Brace James Bryan Walter Bullock .33... eirs to the great traditions of 9 riff ,y -.. '- A gif l 'rf 'F' mix 4 2.9 'E ' A, ' af at - W A-0+ 'Y 'fs ., :f 4' .34 M 6- A 50 . - A . 1 1 E' D r if Q " P' ' "1 x ' 5 I Q 1 1 I J 'Tu A fel I , aff' n 'N'-9, 'Q ' ,g ., 7, xy .0 ' ,Y ff' 3 -QW? .gif , H A I liz X l A l Q- 5- vu QW 3 3 b, rfb ' . ..341 I I 1, N-5 661 -Sr if-lv :A "3 4'uQ L? 1flClllLI'Cl Cahill Roberta, Camper Frances Cantrell Bill Cavwey lnlo our llcmcls is passed the lOlll'Cll of lcaflerslaip . 0 fi, - PA -I K H7 '7 43 'Q' M L fi Q I 1 R' 2 Ffa. lf 'L' 1 we 439+ ml ff X 'Elias f Q 4- ,Q ,Z 6 -A?-. 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JA 22445 l ' lx N Tj 'A 5 ' ' Er ff ."1 or 5, , 4 A? 'rl ,B yn rf 2, 1 Jan Lfnylr' lg? :M ,G ul, Ch ' A- Link 1 ,YJ i 1 ' , ,": W 2 A Y 'U ' , f Q1 AQ- I? , M au I, 4,-F.. 4 fi im 1 ' 1 Robert McCann Laney McDaniel Patricia McDaniels Evelyn McKinney Linda Miller Larry Minton Sue Mobley Jimmie Moore Edna Morrow Ella Mae Morton Phoebe Mowrey Billy Muir Louise Nance Edwina Olander Malcome Oyler .- N 4' 42 ,L f 'P IQ 5' ' fig. A A ! -Q ' fv'i, Sb Expanding our lenowleclge with inspzzatzonal zcleas Dorcas Owens Johnny Ozniun Reatha Palmore Juanita Payne Florence Peck Lyle Perkins Betty Petefrnian Fred Peterinan Ted Armstrong Eileen Phillips Betty Piatt Lullabelle Pigorsch Anabelle Pigorsch Peggy Plato Roy Pope ...df V ' fx", '9' .y ' 324' Q. -g J Ss? Lund' A .44- Q-Q ffl Q 4 4 - fn X? :- Q 33 41 ,X j ,,,, .,. ,K ' wa., v sl 3 9 .. 'Pg Q S 'af Q S y s ya v, fi 5 I ' Q '0 --4. Holding fast to the 5 A6 2 '-A-A ' '- E . . ,,, 4l Betty Propper Jo Ami Propper Joy Reimer' J. W. Roberts Jimmy Robertson, Paul Roblyer Marlene Roman Nose Roy Rowlett Wayne Royse Kim Schafer Richard Schaff Mike Seikel Carolyn Shochey Fred Singleton Shirley Smirl Gary Smith .Icicle Smith Jim Smith Richard Smith Ramona, Smith ll8ll'li6lgU of l7l'O1.'Ulfl lCiUCliS Judith Stevenson Pcziul Stroud June Sturgeon Shirlee Taylor Don Thomason Lavada Thrcwher Leonard Tinsley Birdena Titteringtoiz Dorothy Turtle Susan Von Werder THE MARSHMELODIERS Marlene Voss Louise Walker Ruth Watkins Wayne Wehrcr Jerry Welcli Dee Anna Wliitlow Eddie Williams Carl Wilson Edna Wilson Sharon Wilson Trent Windham Oberlin Bates Salome Whiteshirt James Wynes Ronny Zirkle 'vs LUNCH IN EHS CAFETERIA ..46, X 1Gl,Qf,Slflllfll of lQ53f Qiseoirering new hcnii,zons each ella r gl "J .V B -sr 2- . , It It rd' I Q f 1, A l . Rn, 25, 29,4 4, V " 1 -1? I: . 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Barlow, secrelary: and Libby Arnold. lreasurer. Cenler: OUR YEARBOOK ADVISER--Dr. James Le Roy Oxford. Cenler Righfz AN UNSUSPECTIN6 SUBJECT-Mrs. Nina Cooper. Lower Left STUDENT LIBRARIANS-Dee Ann Whillow, Edna June Wage, Gloria Hodglcinson, Lois Biller, Shir ley Niles, Kafhleen Kouba, Par Covinglon, Nancy Clovis, Marjorie Isaac, Edna Wilson, Janelle Sfussy. Lower Righl: FHA CHRlSTMAS SOCIAL. Mikbbs az 4 XXX XXX Sk Z2 X X I J.. Kd A X A -Xia I ,Q l XQHQX a IX, 5 Y E ,Zi 'I I' ' I C1 f A --H at 'M' 'Mm' "'W"" 1 --v ' -54- if First Row-Johnny Ozmun, Dan Hanneman. Lyle Perkins, Winslow Big Medicine, Bob Rader, and Eddie Hix. Second Row-Coach Bob Bodenhamer, Tom Mathews, Lamont Yelloweyes, Fred Singleton, Jerry Welch, James NVynes, Ernie Bomhoff, Wayne Royse, Chuck Link, Wayne Peterman, Harold Webster, Ricky Mathews, and Coach Kenneth Kamm. Third Row -Max Huston, Doc Billigmeier. Wayne Willis, Jimmy Simmons, .Lee Yioung- bear, Wayne Von Tungeln, Don Bornemann, David Ratliff, Earl Johnson, Melvin Whitacre, Paul Bennett, Tom Rukes, Jack Slaughter, and James Archer. Fourth Row-Bobby Valderas, Don Merveldt, Denny Byers, Charles Wynes, Jimmy Mc- Ginley, Earl Roy Bomhoff, Jackie Robinson, Tom Stewart, Jackie Hunt, Ted Joule, Don Jimerson, Paul Hauser, Thomas Hardwick, and Thad Seeley. Pf'9'QGm6 S6SSlOl'1- Kenneth Kamm, line coach, Co-captains, Charles Wynes and Donald Jimersong Bob Bodenhamer, head coach. -ii BOB BODENHAMER Head 19' mmf I ,qs -N 72 , S.. , fu. MELVIN WHITACRE TOM '-algo DON MERVELDT 'Ss M' THOMAS HARDWICK Q 'V 'Tn uf Hg R-, BOB RADER x'?'-ar 2 x 'G f M AX H USTON CHARLES WYNES Senior - Quarterba ck 'N 'ch RUKES DON JIMERSON 'ie 'Q 2 -2. JACK SLAUGIITER Senior - End C0-Captain fin , gf X ' 1 G!!-'-.Q KENNETH KAMM Line Coach as-.-:' Q , -4 , LEROY BISHOP ,R K oak JIMMY SIMMONS All-State Co-Captain 3 , 5 ,.,,,. JIMMIE MCGINLEY ' Senior -- End - WAYNE WILLIS K vt S "VK Wx' K' 5 "' "es DON BORNEMANN WAYNE VON TUNGELN DAVID RATLIFF E3 ' LEE YOYNGBEAR LYLE PERKINS FRED SINGLETON W-Q, f"""" XX AYNE PETERMAIN 4.3 . I .... i , , , c gtg? :IJ 5 rg- 4 fi-T.-r X -Z N1 JOHN OZMUN THAD SEELY Senior Halfback LAMONT YELLOWEYES -af EARL ROY BOMHOFF Semor lacklp Vk AYNE ROYCE ,gau- H PAUL HAUSER Semor Fullback 7"5 'bf-Fc' J R EDDIE HIX f' ... wg. . . Q .f If 5 X 1 RE L DAN HAN N EMAN 'V vx RICKY MATHEWS ERNIE BOMHOFF P' 'Ut gnu ' Y W A ii . X A Y 1 n " ..- 'P 1 'L - X, 'sm J l Q . '. J ,! v- ' Q Eh D .., , ' A- -. A yf' f 1' ' ,A 5 . , QA ,E V L. .Q 1 gr 'U JAMES WYNES PAUL BENNETT' CHUCK LINK JERRX WELCH T MMY MATH A curebuard Vis: urs Reno Watong 1 Reno Pclly Reno Chnton Reno Northeast Reno Chlck zsha Reno Duncan Reno Law ton Relw Putnam CltV Reno Edmond Reno Enld 1 IQ5 Football Smmzzmy Members of the football te mm and coachc ulll alu ays look btck upon the 1907 season xx 1th prlde They possessed exery quallty It tlkes to Vtlll football games Each player had determxnatlon and great team spun Coaches Bob Bodenhftmer and Kenneth ktmm and D1 lector of Athletlcs Jenks Sxmmons provided the boys wlth the best CO2lCl1lIlg 1n the state The Ind1ans began the season rated the number one team ln the state They llved up to these predxctlons by blankmg thelr fust foul opponents wxhlle COfl1Dll1llg a total of 164 poxnts aramst them The Chlckasha Chlcks flnally bloke the JIIIX and scoled on the Indians IH the flnal seconds of the flrst half uhlle b0VN1l1g to the povx erful trlbe Z8 7 Then came the onl5 loss of the season for the Tube A pow erful Duncan team came to El Reno and defeated them 27 13 Th1s knocked the Ind1ans down to elghth place 111 the state and also took away hope for a Boomer Conference c1ovsn and a pllce Ill the playoffs How ever the Trlbe took thls de feat m strlde and upset a pow erful Lavston team the next week 14 13 rrom then on the ll1d12lllS started on the h ud chmb back to the top They defeated Put nam Clty Edmond and Anadarko handlly The T11be ended thelr season lll a blaze of glolv as they dovx ned the Emd Plalnsmen who had held the number one spot IH the state fo1 four weeks They managed to squeeze by Emds B1g Blue 7 b The Ind1ans landed one player on the All State team Thls was Charles Wynes, co captaln and quarterback for the Ind1ans Co captam Don Jlmerson and Junlor halfback James Archer were placed on the Duncan Banner's All Southern team The squad placed sex en mem bers on the A1lD1str1ct team Along wlth Wynes and Jlmerson, there was Paul Hauser, thelr blg fullback, Jim McG1nley, pass snar1ng rlght end, John Henry Marsh, hard hlttmg rlght guard, Earl Roy Bomhoff, blg rlght tackle for the Ind1ans, and Tom Stewart, thelr outstandmg center 0ll'lB ' 'f El 52 -... -, .,-. , ,--- ' 3 ----------- A 0 El 32 .-,--,--,----, " ---'------- N--- Q p El 34 .,.,-,,.,,---, ' - ------------ 0 El 46 ......-....... 1 -,,----,-,- ay El 28 ..-.. 1 ...-,,- ' 3 1 ------n---- 7 El 13 .,,.....,..--- -,,-------- - - 27 El 14 .......,,.-.., , f -,----------- 13 El 46 ......,-,--,,- ' I ,-.------ 0 El 42 .,,..,.,,.--- - - ----------- 14 El Reno 35 ....-......... Anadarko ........... 0 El 7 ........-..,,, ' - -.------,----- 5 -1 ll ll ll N.. I., 3 I VH, l , f fy I ,fi - it H1 up 4 I 4 4 3 Ulelnlzonm State flmnzpzons Glass HH 1053 Top row-Jim McGinley, Paul Hauser, Don Jimerson, Bill Peterka, Charles Wynes, and Don Ledbetter. Second row-Bob Powers, Earl Johnson, Arlan Padgett, Jesse Nordman, Bill Bruce and James Archer. Kneeling-Athletic Director J. E. Simmons and Trainer Bob Valderas. Each member of this year's basketball team was really a "true champion." They proved this when they came through to win the regional and state tournaments al- though they had dropped three regular season games and just managed to be runners-up in the Central Invitation- al Tournament held in Oklahoma City at the beginning of the season. These boys took these few losses in stride and kept plugging away, trying to improve and came up with the Class "AA" title. This season will be long remembered by everyone who takes any interest in the high sehool's basketball teams as the Indians played more than one game which kept spectators on the edge of their seat until the buzzer ending the game sounded. Such a game was the final game in the state playoffs which the Tribe grabbed from Ponca City 42 to 40. The Record of a Champion EI Reno Opponents 53 Norman ,V . H.-- 50 58 Shawnee ss.A ,D 43 52 Capitol Hill 5, ,. 59 66 Frederick . 47 77 Anadarko N. , 43 47 Duncan ,. -, - 37 45 Capitol Hill ,e,. 50 56 Putnam City U- 32 Lawton - .,.. - 61 41 47 Capitol Hill ,en 44 63 Central . ,-- - 52 60 Chickasha 5 .. --- 45 53 Anadarko .... 24 El Reno Opponents 42 Duncan ........ 53 58 Clinton -.. ...... 36 43 Chickasha --- e 41 47 Frederick a,-, 43 72 Putn-am City -,,- 44 52 Lawton .,,,,. ,- 46 48 Clinton -Y .. ea.. .. 50 55 Central --- W--- 40 REGIONAL 58 Ardmore .,..... 49 43 Duncan ,.,. .... 2 8 STATE 61 Shawnee ....... 55 42 Ponca City ..... 40 WY '. 5 . J ip 42. 'N A1'1'lu'1' y IS po iscwl. offs I1 zgh. ,Q x 1 -:iq T . ..,4 .ig "4 -u x T' ' -"?4,!f-Q X ...Q 'Yr ,,, an-Ad 3 u ' 1 1 X , - Y- L 'Ng-V .: 1' ,IX 1 X3 W ' ' , I - 1 .'..g fj ..-as 5 xi' s ' 1 4. Q "4 . 1 ' I X H 5' 4 15 I 1 fig!! 3 X n ' .Q . Rust Wann Q r p 5?i5QQ i .43 Don Eslzeflmfuz Janufs WWII'-Q WWIW? Wulf'-V ' f Weld' an nt, , '1 1 Q00 , Q, Couch Bob Bodmzhamer HW'BASKETBALL These cagers comprise The "B" baslcelball 'ream which will be filling "A" 'ream posifions nexl season. All of lhem are well season- ed hands, for Coach Bodenhamer has developed lhem in The fech- niques required by Coach Simmons. l952-53 Record El Reno Opposifion El Reno Oppggifign 44 Duncan 45 54 Clinlon 38 2I ' ' . 46 44 Cwasha 52 48 Cenfral 42 48 Pulnam Cily 26 36 Chiclrasha 40 42 Clinfon 37 28 Duncan 33 34 Cenfrai 26 ea ng,-,Q ' ',,. Clmrk Link Tommy Moore Darrell Jacobson I ' -' 9 64- 1, CQ as is 1. ,'5 Q0 A QC as - cv ,., ,- Avg QC " at Os .dk QQ 'L vv all " XY 'U gf Q' st Vg 'wr' LUllUl'IllClHiS flzila These are the athletes who have carried the colors for EHS, pictured with Director ot Athletics Jenks Sim- mons. The sports they lettered in were football, basketball, baseball, track, tennis or golf. Senior boys who have lettered are Bob Valderas, George Foreman, Denny Byers, Thad Seely, Charles Wynes, Don Jimerson, Jack Hunt, Don Merveldt, Gene Gallahager, Jack Robinson, Ted Joule, Earl Roy Bomhoff, Bob Powers, Paul Hauser, John Henry Marsh, Jim McGinley, Thomas Hardwick Arlen Padgett, Bill Peterka, Lloyd Carroll and Don Ledbetter. The juniors who lettered are Earl Johnson, Richard Horton, Jack Reichert, Jesse Nordman, Bill Bruce, Wayne Von Tungeln, Jim Simmons, David Ratliff, Don Bornemann, Jack Slaughter, Wayne Willis, Paul Bennett, James Archer, Tom Rukcs, Wendell Dozier and Leon Moody. The sophomores are Wayne Royse, Jerry Welch, Fred Singleton and Chuck Link. 'ix lfraclfe Team ie?-i-Zi-.Q--.,,.,'lLf, , Q ' i.. dig- waz..-3, E , A - 'JJ Air' U -'MM In ,I Y, 3 in X 2' , we ' 5 A " 'M' ' A ' 1 V ,. ig? M - f' WN' "" K M X i i if L ffl- . Jurn Simmons Orville Corlee. David Rallilf Thad Seely Earl Johnson and Bob Plato f-I Wayne Willis Don Jimerson Lyle Perlons - Paul Bennett Archer 1 Bud Babcock Denny Byers Coach Bob Bodenhamer ',, 43 Li 'ive v ,fbi-Af A Jim McGinley I H71 McGinley takes third .g V 1 T 9 Y V ' 1 i' 5 'Q Sluggers Doc Billigmeier--Clzarlcs Wynes-Bob Valderas ' fgdgrldi USA? pr ' T ' - T 14. Az, F hiv-1 Y A' "' N 1 ' -4 . , 4 N- 1 "' x f , - The l953 ediiion of EHS baseballers began bringing home Trophies. Members of 'fhis falenfed 'ream are FRONT ROW!-Bob Wagner. Chuck Link, Bob Valderas, Emmefi Thompson, Rudy Lech'renberger, James Wynes George Foreman, Jerry Welch, Charles Wynes and Arfhur Billigmeier. SECOND ROW-Coach Kennefh Kamm Wayne Coolcsey, Don Bornemann, Jim McGinley, Kennefh Davis, Jack Warner, Mickey Abel, Don Jimerson Johnny Ozmun, Paul Hauser, Fred Single+on, Harold Websfer and Jim Archer. Hurlers Jack Warner, Paul Hauser and Kenneth Davis , x 6,53 if TQ ,...arf I, ...A ai' Don Jzmerson takes thzrd . -65- lg-'J A25 51 Reno High School Tennis players erm 5' will VIRGIL SHAW Coach BOYS' TENNIS TEAM-Allen Welden, Richard Horlon. GIRLS' TENNI S TEAM'-Gloria Bolfs, Laney McDani Frank Wewerka, Larry Masfers, Kim Schafer. Richard Cahill. Lilla Befh Fisher, Ann Gadberry, -Jill Shaw. ZW This year's golf season opened wilh four excellenl golfers reporring for pracfice To Coach Jenks Simmons. These boys were Wendell Dozier, Leon Moody, Jack Reich err, and Gene Gallagher. if are i SNL' ,, J"-2 .iv Q I W- -6 H U JU-+4-4 f-fr ,gf f-+ f'-M I "' f As-Lf-N + ""A"fff" 1-4?-' ,Spf ffjiqf ,H L'I..,4-A-4-3' by s 'Qi WJ! 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Lower Right SQUAW CHIEFTAIN, Charles Wynes Gers Crown from Shirleen Leighfon. 0... y 7 , , , ,f ,M Y Elf!-3Sl1W1flM pep GMD 10919 lfluly Roster pepett pep Club MEMBERSW- l-lelen Weed, Phyllis Dresser, Dolores Dolezal, Sue Eshelman, Palsy Archer, Frances Alwood, Jane Bailey, Kellyene Barlow, Wanda Blurlon, Belly Boorsma, Gloria Bolls, Ginger Briggs, Nancy Brown, Evelyn Bruce, Jeanelle Buird, Annelle Bynum, Kay Cadle, Mary Lu Cahill, Roloerla Camper, Erances Canlrell, Gail Chapman, Mary Ellen Chappell, Wanda Chappell, Sandra Chiles, Pally Choice, Nalalia Clarke, Nancy Clinkenbeard, Sue Cloud, Carolyn Coker, Charlamae Coslin, Regina Courlney, Norma Davison, Teresa Dielz, Dorolhea Douglas, Donna Sue Dresser, Charlolle Eichor, Nancy Erbar, Pally Everell, Lilla Belh Eisher, Jean Elagg, Palsy Puller, Ann Gaclberry, Kay Ghol- slon, Darla Gleason, Margarel Gleason, Pal Hale, Shirley l-land, Janice l-lardwick, Peggy Harris, Donna l-lawkins, Pal Haynes, Pal l-lurley, Nina Husmann, Arlene lrnlooden, Mary Ann Jellrey, Belly Jensen, Carol Johnson, Janel Johnson, Shirley Johnson, Sue Johnson, Kalhleen Kouba, Karen Krause, Belly Landry, Willie Leach, Eranziska Lielluchl, Nancy Lillle, Nadine Loll, Ann Mapes, Vonda Maslers, Eslelle Mayrholen, Laney McDaniel, Rulh Ellen Meyer, Marilyn Miller, Sue Molinley, Nellie Moody, Arlone Moyer, Pal Murphy, Karen Nord, Marilyn Norris. Yvonne Novak, Peggy Plalo Lenora Plaul, Gayle Pope, Myrna Powers, Nancy Reames, Joy Renner, Veva Robison, Sydney Schmoyer, Doris Schooley, Karen Searcy, Jill Shaw, Lynn Shaw, Carolyn Shocky, Carol Smilh, Marlha Sue Smilh, Ramona Smilh, Judilh Slevenson, Shirlee Taylor, Shirley Thomas, Alice Thompson, Dorolhy Turlle, Susan Von Werder, Rulh Walkins, Kay Wenzlall Charlolle Whilacre, Sharon Wilson. Renny Zirkle, Lu Ann Abel, Marlene Voss. Squaw pep Club MEMBERS- Lois Biller, Lorena Bowers, Corinna Casler, Marlha Hursl, Mildred l-lurl, Jo Ann O'Nan, Sue Shropshire, Jean Smudrick, June Welch, Dorolhy Whipple, Barbara While, Murlene Worlh, Erlean York, Dean Alexander, Eslher Biller, Darlene Bivins, Slella Broderson, Pal Covinglon, Calnerine Fedderson, Mary Evelyn Freeman. Freda Grulkey, -71 Gloria Hodgkinson, Jessie l-lunlress, Joy Keller, June Keller, Carol Kilzmiller, Cassie Marler. Sue Myers, Maxine Palmer, Frances Pala, Louise Sessions, Roberla Shelly, Lawanna Sherwood, Ella Mae Smilh, Palsy Slallord, Sally Tale, Margarel Valderas, Edna June Wage, Charlene Weach, Belly Wickware, Jessie Bearden, Nancy Bond, Nancy Clovis, Margarel Corn, Rulh Croak, Dolores Darland, Bonila Dungan, Jeanelle Ellenback, Rulh Faler, Shirley Gallagher, Maxine Guslalson, Barbara l-larp, Una Mae l-lurl, Belly Johnson, Barbara LeFever, Jan Lingle, Frankie Marler. Pal McDaniels, Evelyn McKinney, Linda Miller, Phoebe Mowrey, Louise Nance, Edwina Olander, Florence Peck, Eileen Phillips, Belly Piall, Belly Propper, Jo Ann Propper, Shirley Smirl, Berdina Tilleringlon, Belly Wallace, Dee Anna Whillow, l-lelen Bales, Wilma Jean Birdhead, June Bohn, Marjorie Clark, Carolyn Dilbeck, Roberla Kinsey, Belly Lou Red Bullalo, Marlene Roman Nose, Salome Whileshirl, Edna Wilson. Presliman pep Cllula MEMBERS-Corliss Allen, Libby Arnold, Arvilla Auslin, Orbiedean Bacher, Janel Barlow, Beverly Bomholl, Sharon Brandics, Lavon Van Buskirk, Alice Champion, Marlena Chrislopher, Macsene Clarke, Louise DeWall, Helen Dolezal, Marilyn Esles, Jo Flippen, Margarel Frederick, Barbara Fuller, Bellye Harrison, Darla Henricksen, Ann Jackson, Ann Kiker, Margarel Koebrick, Bealrice Lopez, Phyliss Loy, Mary McCracken, lvania Niles, Dolores Onelh, Rosie Rowe, Jewel Sands, Jerre Belh Senn, Belly Sherer, lna Lea Siler, Virginia Slale, Marcia Slaughler, Emma Lou Slephens, Nancy Tobias, Janice Weach, Evelyn Wilkerson, Peggy Wills, Nelda Williams, Pally Bear, Belly Bearbow, Gail Bishop, Flara Rae Crawford, Thelma Eaglenesl, Dixie Elenburg, Polly Fouls, Donna Gappa, Sharon Guslalson, Charlene Hawkins, Marlene l-lawkins, Belly l-linds, Donna Johnson, Eddie Lu Jones, Alice Kepler, Belly Knox, JoAnn Kouba, Arlella Miller, Rosemary Morse, Karen Niles, Peggy O'Neal, Palsy Paylon, Janice Powell, Amarylis Roberlson. Kalhryn Smilh, Barbara Taylor, Elsie Turpin, Alice Valderas, Leola Randall, Ella Rash, Dolores Sanders, Eunice Sanders, Rulh Ivory, Sharon Grady, Marie Ferguson, Earldean Timberlake, Louise Owens. Service patrol SERVICE PATROL Mr Floyd Durham, sponsor: Everell Adams, presidenl: Tommy Burns vice presidenl Leonard Tinsley, secrelary-lreasurer. MEMBERSHIP-Lawrence Randall, Donie Baker, Gerald Durham, Fred Pelerka, Eddie l'lix, Tommy Gibson, Earl Adams, Jackie Maine, Kendall l'lale, John lley, Donald Keilh, Frank Demeresl, Jimmy Roberlson. r 43 Q mf., '57 S70 A0 ,fnfww P013 0 as FUSQQQU t 53 rw Zeaiaqe 09 X :gage WQQQ F F3 6, Yan " 3 61 Q K gig M S JT , , " ' 2' X' ei an F 4- ' W , 5 , FT f Ji ga 0 ,W , W 0 Qi fzucl UOIIIWSEU ., lk 4 Q, S YxJ bn A D s Ts Q 1'-29 .'L X 'El i ' 3- Q Q 'fi f GV E I U ,"i' Ax V"' 'R 9 In X E -if , I MVWQO Wm! cfzxmffzwzfzzf 4.. yu Mr. Melbern W. Nixon Direclor Perfeclion has been lhe aim of Direcfor Melbern Nixon, who has complefed his sixfh year as band direclor in El Reno Hiqh School. His eminenr abiliries haxe led 'rhe EHS band lo numerous achievemenfs. Mr. Nixon has in deed been an ou+slanding succe in El Reno High School. rr 3 Fl lumo Higlz MEMBERS-FLUTE-Carol Smilh, Bob Maynard, Reqena Courlney, Karen Niles, Helen Dolezal, Linda Miller, Jim Bass. OBOEgEddie Williams, Billy Leeper. BASSOGN-Parry Eyerelr, lrenl Windham, Lenore Plaul. CLARINET-Gerald Bremselh, Palsy Slailord, Jimmy Winslow, Belly Piall, Bill Reynolds, Paul Knox, Charlamae Cosrin, John Porler, Frances Canlrell, Johnny Shaw, June S'urqeon, Eileen Phillips, Bill Dailey, Edqar Keller, Ronald Jackson, Darla Gleason, Jim lvesrer, Frankie Marler, Helen Miller. ALTO CLARINET-David Garrison. BASS CLARINET-Wayne Wehrer, George Hodnerl, Roberr Jones. ALTO SAXOPHONE-Bobby Slocum, Newlon ilarver, Jean Slurqeon, Harrier Piall. TENOR SAXOPHONE-Roger Hoffman, Marilyn Esfes. BARITONE SAXOPHGNE-Francis Flores. CGRNET-Johnny Ozmun, John Creed, Mike Seikel, Lloyd Carroll, Phil Shearer, Tommy Malhews. Wayne Ezell, Ollo Milchell, Kennelh Johnson, John Lamb, Larry Min- fon, Nancy Bond . FRENCH HCRN-Dolores Dolezal, Ewing lnlow, Gene Cook, Buddy Paulsen, Kellyene Barlow, Dickie Marlin, Margarer Gleason, Irene Gallagher. TROMBONE-Bob Powers, Gary Tesch, Denny Byers, Allen Welden, Paul Benner, Lloyd Cory, Charles Perry, Bob Rader, Jack Hunl, Jimmy Cash. BARITONE-Bill Causey, Bob Reynolds, Ralph Enz, Fred Garrell. BASS-Rodney Thomas, Waller Bullock, Chuck Janssen, Charles Bullock, Don Dealheraqe, Paul Chap- man. PERCUSSION-Jack Spurr, Tommy Tennery, Bill Adams, Myrna Powers, Frank Wewerka, Shirlee Taylor, Bob Hedrick. E! LI ch- -. - -W.,-9-Q School Qoncert lgcmol syn lild lu I Q. 1 di' .I BAND OFFICERS- Ewing lnlow, librarian. THE NEW UNIFORMS ARRIVE-Billy Reynolds, Dolores Dolezal. secrefary. Mr. Melbern Nixon, Bob Rader and Tom Tennery. Egijgelkjgnbrzraasorggliaernilll Denny Byers, freasurer. Paul Knox, publicify manager. Billy Reynolds, properly manager xrlr if 6- r 5 ' 5 PY' X v ' 7 -' J, 1' Li J J-bi i ol L ,Ili L :gon-. i J " .!"' r i 1- 1llZC ,,..-- 131148 JK V 1 ill? J'-7. F -Q, " f-finger' I -'-.n4'?- --T.-"P--.L -.lf '-F-I-'ff 'J-l'l"'M 'F-. EL RENO HIGH SCHOOL BAND ON PARADE Q 271.31 ,.1 sh-' ,--H A .T E The EI Reno High School Band marching off wilh lhe class A championship and also The grand championship Trophies in the annual Oklahoma Cily "Fair Day" parade. 'iv of W -L STEPPING HIGH --Gary Tesch. POMPOUS DIGNITY- Billy Leeper, LOFTY STEPPERS-Veva Robison assisfanl drum major, and Dorofhy drum maior, and Myrna POWSFS. lwirlers. Whipple, band queen. I ' .1 I 3 X Tig 1 O ...- . 5.2 .9-1..w:'-ffgfyilef 1 ig 'TRN szsqff ' "" :g fd A 'W rt 4-fi., ,ivy M' 1zf'1.'l -I, . ,if f- W Q xx al. - ' '.-err, ., ,uv .. ' J.1 at r ,Q iff! A54-'hy E bi.: K 'SW , . 3 'QT , 4 .fisiiib - .ls r Q, L .iq ii Al 5511--f .,,L as ln 'rhe above phofo The EI Reno High School band is on parade in fheir brighf new uniforms rhanliing El Reno for malcing rhe uniform campaign a crowning success A ciry-wide campaign was launched lasf fall for new uniforms for 'rhe El Reno High School band. Much worlc and many hours of careful fhinlcing and planning were spenl by The Band Parenls' organizalion. Spearheading The campaign goal which was 57,500 was Rev. Olfo Bergner, who gave all of his spare 'rime in helping in every way possible fo malce The campaign a success. The El Reno public jumped on fhe band- wagon and held parries. dinners, leas, sales, and aucfions for fhe benefifs of the uniform drive. THE EHS BAND AT AN 8 A.M. DRESS CHAMPIONSHIP TROPHIES WON REHEARSAL PERFORMING THE BY THE EHS MARCHING AND FAMILIAR "35" SPREAD. CONCERT BAND. f i hh.-:J as , i- Y, 'XX ' x iq -X .-ff' hi' BOYS' QUARTET-James Wynes, John Henry Marsh, Gllzl-Si TWG - l-emofe Plaul- dccompanlsli PGQQY Sammy Goodman' and Bill Cdusey. Harris, Lille Befh Fisher, and Sandra Chiles. FRESHMAN TRIPLE TRIO-Corliss Allen, Orbie Bach- er, Delores Onefh, Marfha Kisner, Emma Lou Sfephens, G'lRl-Si QUARTET-'Alma SUE Waller- NGUCY Brown- Alice Champion, Beffy Harrison, Phyllis Loy, and Jane? Mgldred Huff' and Dom-,J Hawkirws. Barlow. ,in J' ,Q-1 ', viii lk X MlXED ENSEMBLE-Jimmy Moore' Jack Spun' Pally i1HS ORC-5ANlSTS-Marlha Kisner and Lois Kisner Choice, Alice Thompson, Sue Dresser, Sydney Schmoyer, S+ d Richard cami, and Bob Rushing. 'Ou ' I G i 1 C9 WTB? nn ,Y flfi Z 15 " " 3 nf V, gskjg . A tj, . . 5721 . i P' R E lvl . f-A ,f g if s i if , Big -47 V l I ' U ' ' f V S 1 5 m lvilli Songs In Clin' Hearts 9' w EHS CHOIR, direcred by Miss Helen Marlin ' l P1 FN we ,M i my A ' " fl g , 5 E V Y.:-Hy. ,, J l 5 t J J 4 'fi ""3, 5 l 5 ' 'K Lvl f la i l If I , l l - l 5 .Q Q Q, ' , L rl lx: ri r , fund MEMBERS - Sue Dresser, Mary Evelyn Freeman, Peggy Harris, Sue ' Johnson, Faifh Lyons. Sydney Schmoyer, Lawanna Sherwood, Sue Waller. Dorolhy Whipple, Barbara While, Nancy Brown, Mary Lu Cahill, Sandra Chiles, Nei- lie Gibson, Mildred Huri, Maxine Palmer, Mary Lou Price, Nancy Reams, Lois Slroud, Paliy Choice, Dorofhea Douglas, Pa? Haynes, Marrha Hurs'r, Janef Johnson, Nadine LOH, Roberla Camper, Phyllis Dresser, Lilla Berh Fisher. Donna Hawkins. Nellie Moody, Karen Searcy, Alice Thompson, J. C. Kunneman, John Henry Marsh, Offo Mifchell, George Osborn, Tommy Rukes, Ruddy Schaff, Thad Seeley. Jack Spurr, James Wynes, Bill McAfee, Jimmy Moore, Buddy Babcock, Gail Joule, Jerry Milchell, Bob Rushing, Tom Tennery, Rodney Thomas, Harold Websler, Richard Cahill, Bill Causey. Sam Goodman, Ewing lnlow, Don Merveldf, Gary Smifh. Jim Winslow, Miclcey Abel. Q ,JDK ?? 1 I ' 'U 1 fi , .Ai ..19.. Q I ' '.."a, ,.t""",!. A -Ll..'. I i l V 5 iA A. Miss Phyllis Dresser ,A Foolballillueen :4 Pepell 5 1 7: Z . N: 46545 535, :Q Marllwa Jo lzluppen " - 'X - 4 - v ,Q Allrendanl Miss Dorollwy Whipple N Band Queen -gi-' 4' O- Q . . 'g ' s , -, - ocll'. "OlO.. ' ..f'.,.. If I 0 Q Q gl .I C 2, X . A :g H. ' E, 4 ' 'v' 5 f S 3 5 0 X Q 0' lv ., hw 0 A' o 5V N 'I 'Q '4 V4 RYA 0'-A .YI " 9 9 . N I , Q X O , .-V ,J ' P . :AF ' 1 sei Qs or I 9, r 0 ' . I pa, ,A Student Qounczl il N51 , 'BP'- Xi'- A ,Al 1,4 4 , ' 49- ,,.,, LA 1 ii MEMBERSHIP-Nancy Erbar, Lilla Belh Fisher, Sammy Goodman, Don Jimerson, Charles Wynes, Jane Bailey, Wayne Ezell, Sue Johnson, Sydney Schmoyer, Wayne Von Tungeln, Ernie Bomhoff, Janice Hardwick, Johnny Ozmun, James Wynes, Donna Gappa, Chuck Janssen, Phillip Raflilf, Lavon Van Buslcirlc, Libby Arnold. ALTERNATES- Lloyd Carroll, Shirleen Leighfon, Helen Weed, Kellyene Barlow, Kay Gholslon, Jane? Johnson, Jack Slauqhrer, Gary Tesch, Nancy Clinlcenbearcl, Pal Hale, Vonda Maslers, Carolyn Shoclcy, Malcolm Fire, Phyllis Loy, Delores Onefh, Nancy Tobias, and Jim Bass. -.. 1 . 1' , N 4 K , "wa-i . . 4 OFFICERS--Miss Mabel Jones. sponsor: Murlene Worfh, secrelary: Thomas Hardwick, presidenfg Mr. Wal- V ET E R A N LAWMAKERST Nancy Erbarl yhree-year fer Marsh, principal: La rry Masrers, vice preside-nf: member, Sammy Goodman, four-year member: and Dorofhy Whipple, ireasurer Helen Weed, 'rhree-year member. if llatzonal llrmoi Society ff i ' OFFICERS- Sandra Chiles, presidenl: Eugene Gallagher, vice presidenlg Helen Weed, secrelaryg Mrs. Josephine Taylor, sponsor. MEMBERS-Sandra Chiles, Eugene Gallagher. Helen Weed, Don Dillingham, Veva Robison, Lynn Shaw, Shirley Thomas, Dorolhy Whipple, John Henry Marsh, Sammy Goodman, Roger Hollman, Marlha Sue Smilh, Nancy Erbar, Dolores Dolezal, Thomas Hardwiclc, Murlene Worlh, Marilyn Miller, Monna Golden, Barbara While, Kay Gholslon, Lenore Plaul, Myrna Powers, Lilla Belh Fisher, Jane Bailey, Arlone Moyer, Nadine Loll, Karen Searcy, Regina Courl- ney, Slella Belle Brodersen, and Nalala Clarlce. fldelante PLAYING PINATA ADELANTE OFFICERS MEMBERSHIP-Laney McDaniels, Renny Zirlcle, Norma Davison, Kay Gholslon, Rulh Croalc, Judy Slevenson, Gerald Bremselh. Shirley Gallagher, Kim Schafer, Raymond Marquez, Ann Gadberry, Belly Knox, Pal McDaniels, Karen Krause, Arlene lmboden, Charla Coslin, Ramona Smilh, Belly Landry, Riclcy Malhews, Ann Mapes, Eslelle Maycholen, Dorcas Owen, Trenl Windham, Sue Cloud, Eddie Williams. Bud Babcoclc, Louise Nance, Karen Niles, Nalala Clarlc, Billie Hulchinson, Alice Valderas, Bealrice Lopez. Buddy Paulsen, Belly Wallace, Lenore Plaul, Ronny Mounl, Frances Canlrell, and Mrs. Lucile Blair, sponsor. -s6- A paul KNOX -'j -- Roger I-lollman I oo-EDlToR C0fED'T0R J.. X 's- We I Dr. James LeRoy Oxlorcl ADVISER Waafaai Lgfdy Wyqesi S G I, d F 5 Chiles' MENTS - Peggy Harris Lyn, STWWIMGHIWG Smith- Sue Eshelman, Mary Ions, Shirley Thomas. TYPISTS--Sally Tale, Carol Kilzmiller, Lorena Bowers Janelle Slussy, Sue Shropshire, Dororhy Whipple, Alice Thompson. ,Z :IH UNIT EDITORS--Don Leclbeher, Nancy Erbar, Kellyene Barlow, Dolores Dolezal. ART EDITOR, Shirley I-land, SPORTS EDITOR, Don Jimerson, and BUSINESS MANAGER, John Marsh. Chappell, Donna Haw- ...37.. it-1 if 5. SECOND SEMESTER EDITORS-Paul Hauser, HRST SEMESTER EDITORS-Shirley Thomas. Sandra Chiles, Nancy Erbar, Don Jimerson, Marfha Sue Smilla, Helen Veed. Dolores Dolezal. JZ! 72245772 FEATURE WRITERS- Lorena Bowers, Lynn Shaw, Roger QQPYREADERS.. Dorofhy Whipple, Sue Eshelman, Hoffman, Kellyene Barlow, Janelle Siussy, Lois Biller. Mary Ellen Chappell' Paul Kngx' Don Ledbewer, ' , , ' t' fliit ? S 'Sens le xq-Ly? Y x, E , li REPORTERS-Sally Tale. Alice Thompson, Donna Hawkins. Carol Kifzmiller, Peggy Harris, Sue Shropshire. SPORTS WRITERS-John Henry Marsh, Jim McGinley, Thad Seely, Charles Wynes. iigg , xx.. i- "3.,f- CQ lmfiilalathean MEMBERS--Mary Lu Cahill, Mary Ellen Chappell, Sandra Chiles, Dolores Dolezal, Phyllis Dresser, Nancy Erbar, Sue Eshelman, Nancy Rearnes, Veva Robison, Lynn Shaw, Marfha Sue Smirh, Shirley Thomas, Helen Weed, Kay Wenzlaff, Dorolhy Whipple, Jane Bailey. Kellyene Barlow, Gloria Boris, Parry Choice, Nafala Clarlce, Regina Courlney, Donna Sue Dresser, Lilla Befh Fisher, Kay Gholslon, Peggy Harris, Donna Hawlcins, Pai Haynes, Arlene lmboden, Janef Johnson, Sue Johnson, Nadine Loff, Arlone Moyer, Lenore Plauf, Gayle Pope, Myrna Powers. Sidney Schmoyer, Doris Schooley, Karen Searcy. Carol Smifh, Franzislma Wiefer-Lieffuchf. Befly Boorsma, Ginger Briggs, Jeaneffe Buird. Wanda Chappell, Nancy Clinlcenbeard, Sue Cloud, Norma Davison, Parry Everefl, Ann Gadberry, Pafricia Hale, Janice Hardwick, Mary Ann Jeffrey, Carol Johnson, Karen Krause, Belly Landry, Vonda Masfcrs, Laney McDaniel, Carolyn Shoclcey, Ramona Smilh, Judifh Sfevenson, Renny Zirkle. ' . U sv- 'xv .4 ' 1 gi- , .,. V N, 5 , X . i OFFICERS-Veva Robison, secrefaryg Nancy Erlnar, presidenf: Mrs. Josephine Taylor, sponsor: Miss Dovie Anna Noble, sponsor: Lynn Shaw, Treasurer: and Mary Lu Cahill, vice president LUNCHEON MEETING IN THE ROSE ROOM. swf: W S Bonita lillilarica Calla MEMBERS-Lois Biller, Wanda Blurlon, Lorena Bowers, Slella Broderson, Roberla Camper, Corinna Casler, Gail Chapman, Calhrine Fedderson, Monna Golden, Pal Hurley. Mildred Hurl, Marlha Hursl. Carol Kilzmiller, Kalh- leen Kouba, Shirleen Leighlon, Rulh Meyers. Marilyn Miller, Mary Lou Price, Jill Shaw, Lawanna Sherwood, Ella Mae Smilh, Janelle Slussy, Alice Thompson, Charlolle Whilacre, Barbara While. Yvonne Novak, Jean Smudriclc, Mar- garel Corn, Una Mae Hurl, Belly Johnson, Florence Peck, Pal McDaniels, Maxine Palmer, Frances Alwood, Nancy Brown, Nellie Moody, Belly Wiclcware, Dee Anna Whillow, Edwinna Olander, Nancy Clovis, Frances Canlrell, Jessie Hunlress, Franlcie Marler, Sally Tale, Shirley Hand, Cassie Marler, Jo Ann Propper, Belly Propper, Evelyn Pallerson, Shirley Smirl, Kalhleen Cadle, Bonila Dunqan, Carolyn Dilbeclc, Palsy Slallord, Linda Miller, Darla Gleason, Belly Jensen, Carolyn Colcer. LUNCHEON MEEUNG IN THE ROSE ROOM. OFFICERS- Frances Foulz, secrelaryp Pal Hurley, vice presidenlg Dorofhea Douglas, presidenlg Miss Helen Marlin, sponsor, Miss Hope Wood, sponsor: Janelle Slussy, hislorian: and Biller. lreasurer 90- Il.u . . c JQOTHWI, MEMBERSHIP-James Archer, Buddy Babcock, Ernesl Bomhofl, Charles Bullock, Richard Cahill, Jim Cash, Bill Causey, Don Dillingham, Wendell Dozier, Sammy Goodman, Dan Hanneman, Thomas Hardwick, Paul Hauser, Ed Hix, Richard Horfon, Max l-lusfon, Donald Jimerson, Gail Joule, Charles Link, John Henry Marsh, Raymond Mar- quez, Rick Mafhews, Tom Mafhews, Jim McGinley, Don Merveldf, Jimmy Moore, Billy Muir, Johnny Ozmun, David Rafliff, Jack Reicherf, Wayne Royse, Tom Rulces, Kim Schafer, Jim Simmons, Fred Singlefon, Jaclc Slaughfer, Gary Smifh, Richard Smi+h, Roberf Smilh, Gary Tesch, Donald Thompson, Bolo Valderas, Wayne Von Tungeln, Jerry, Welch, Allen Welden, Frank Wewerlca, Melvin Whifacre, Eddie Williams, 'Nayne Willis, Jim Winslow, Charles Wynes, James Wynes, and Sandra Chiles, club sweelhearf. , Vi. ici, I ' psf . K A,-Qs, 5 5 FQRUM OFFICERS- 1 3A5KETBALl-.- Charles Wynes, parlia , , S E N A T E menfarlang Jim Mc- - Ginley, secrelaryg f 3 A N D Donald Jimerson, pres- F O R U M idenfg D o n Merveldl vice president Richard 'Viv Horlonfrreasurer. FQRUM pl-EQQE Senate MEMBERSHIP-Bill Amberg, Bill Bruce, Tommy Burns Larry Chapin Don Choice Lloyd Cory, Qrville Corlee, John Creed, David C nnin h rn P y E ho Ph Enz Don Eshelman Vxfayne Ezell, George Foreman Tommy Freeman Max Full r lxooer Hoffman, Jaclc l-lunl, Jim Ivesler, Earl Johnson Paul Knox Bill Leeper Larry Masrers Don Ledbelrer, Jimmy Moore, Tommy Moore, Ronny Mouni David Marlin Joe Ku bon, Jesse Nordman, Bob Plalo, Lawerence Randall Roy Rowl H Bob Rushing Mike Seilcel, Thad Seely, Gary Sloneman, Emmerl Thompson Travis Windham Harold Websrer and Kay Wenzlall, club sweelhearl. x . A . s SENATE MEMBERS E anari-HEIR eUEsis ENJoYiNe I i THE ef-xLA CHRISTMAS oELEBRATioN SENATE PLED fifmh L llatzomzl J-lit Hanoi Sorzety OFFICERS-Roberf Snnirlw, presidenlg Bobby Plalo, vice presidenlg Jo Ann Propper, secrelary-Treasurer, Clwarlolle Wliifacre, lwisroriang and Mrs. Ardyllw Gullw, Sponsor. MEMBERS-Mary Lou Cahill, Marqarelr Gliolslon, Marlene l-lawlcins, Willie Leach, Marrha Kisner, Slwirleen Leiqlilon, Larry Maslers, Mary Lou Price, Dorollriy Turfle, Travis Windham, Shirley Hand, Bill Nuzum, Bill Pelerka, Clwarlamae Coslin, Eddie Williams, Gary Sloneman, Wendell Dozier. flit Qevartiileiit ,-WN" E ' WORKING WITH WATER COLORS MAKING THE DUNCAN DEMON I+i4I?2"fii3' 'X s-I-1" -1 -ln 655, 'F I ind! ' - . 'H-""., , OUTDOOR SKETCHING ' W " " PREPARING TO PAINT 94- F 'U I 'si ds Speech qDU,76H'tH1Ullf ALL-SCHOGL PLAY, "STAGE DOOR"-Larry Maslers, Veva Robison, Sammy Goodman, Arlone Moyer, Thomas Hardwick, Gary Tesch, Gary Smilh, Bill Causey, Sue Dresser, Fred Sinqlelon, Buddy Babcock, Florence Peck, Tom Srewarl, Jane Bailey, Karen Searcy, Perry Eichor. F SENIQR CLASS PLAY, "HEAVEN CAN WAIT"-Paul Knox, Billy Leeper, Perry Eichor, Veva Robison, John Marsh, Doc Billigmeier, Sammy Goodman, Monna Gold- en, Thomas Hardwick, Bob Rader, Shirley Thomas ...... JUNIOR CLASS PLAY, "DEAR RUTH"-Karen Searcy, Gary Tesch, Jim Simmons, Sue Dresser, Wayne Willis. Perry Eichor presidenf Laney McDanieIs vice presiden+ Judifh Sfevenson secrefary Richard Shaii Ireasurer Arlone Moyer Veva Robison Jane Bailey W, 4 Vx Speech QIMIJ Mrs. Mariella Marsh, sponsor LI c-ix '1 " ,A ...95.. Gary Tesch Ann Gadberry Joy Renner Janice Hardwick Florence Peck George Osborne Phil Shearer Sue EsheIman Shirlee TayIor Lavon Van BusIfirIc Jerre Be+h Senn If 1:25 WINNERS IN DEBATE LESSONS IN MAKE-UP LTWNQI ONE ACT PLAY WEDDED BUT NO WIFE Sue John ONE ACT PLAY FATHER TAKESA WIFE Phyllis Loy son Arlone Moy r Marilyn Miller Florence Peck Fred Tom Tennery Judifh Sievenson Thad Seeley Denny Byers Slr1gIei0r1 Larrv Masfers '0""""g'qW4f 3 I 'fi sa l lim is 315172, TS Fl A-L F ill qi, ' . l, Y , l gi,- f , - I 12" " :W A liuture l'll1'HlEl'S of JL1l1llEll'lCCl OFHCERS-Bobby Wagner, presidenlg Don Merveldl, vice presidenlz Jack Robinson, secrelaryi Don Griffin, lreasurerg Wayne Von Tungeln, reporler. MEMBERS-Don Baker, Sleve Biller, Don Bornemann, Gary Bornemann, Johnny Bowers. Darrell Coolcsey, Wayne Coolcsey, Gary Evans, Donnie Gappa. Don Griffin, Virgil Hinriclcson, John lley, Jemmy Jensen, Earl Korlemeier, Eugene Liebscher, Jaclcie Maine, Bobby McCann, Gerald Meyer, Marion Olive, Wayne Pelerman, Bob Rader, Bernard Reding, Allen Sessions, Jaclc Scoll, Avery Thompson, Don Thompson, Jerry Von Tungeln, Paul Roblyer, Bill Roblyer, John Slewarl, Allen Spencer, Buddy Wilson, Marvin Roper, Mr. M. J. Roberlson, sponsor. H J Y... mole and lndustry lub 'sh-r 4 1 x L . 4 OFFICERS-Kennelh Paylon, vice presidenlg Jean Flagq. Raymond Miner ijechrefary anddfrefasurerg Wanda Blurfon, reporlerg Clillorcl Mildred Hun Auto Mechanic O mon' pres' en' Medical Assisfanl Raymond Kessler Sheer Melal Jean Flaqg ' Q Display -M 'S .'..ii ,,,........ Mr. C. L. McGill Sponsor xg V Bob Roafll Wanda Blurlon Max Fuller Pa'l5 Man Medical Assisfanl Bufcher , Ronald Vielzlce Radio Technician Q! Garland Slrinqfield and Leonard Tinsley Auf o Mechanics 1. Numan A ,i 5' c4 lHf' N ., , ' i f' ' . rpg, A, I- a - jff-',?L.. if - . ' M 4 V Richard Roberlson Floor Coverings Fred Peferlca ennefh Paylon Dave Glass Tommy Woolworfh aduo Technucua Display Paris Man ..99.- JOURNALISM COKE PARTY Q ,W EHS newcomers who arrived 'roo Iaie io qei iheir piciure in Ihe regular sechon are shown above. ROW I- Louise Owens, Virginia Slafen, Earldeari Timberlake, Lu Ann Abel, Ramona Fox. ROW II-Bob Wilson, Richard Hesier, Ted Armsironq, Jim- Davis, Lynn Souiherland. ROW III- Johri S+ewar+, Marvin Roper, Wayne Bowling, Jack Warn- er, Dallard House, Miclcey Abel, and Kennerh Davis. K FACULTY MEETING fiiiiii2 iiiiiiiiiijj111ii iiii1ii1ii1iie2E 1Ui-Ofessiomil Qi 1fECfO1f'l1 DH. V. P. CAVANAUGH Citizens NaRiIT11g11rIE3i1Ic Building P I-I E I- P S C L I N I C Room 202 Phone 83 JOSEPH T. PHELPS, MD. Eye, Ear, Nose and Throaf Phone 8I DRS. CARL AND LOUISE FOX MALCOM E. PHELPS, MD. 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'.1?3'iA6e from September to imap, I. lv 175' 45.7 76' if 36 Wulf: r lfurrwll Art, Boomor Jof' Hillwr Leona, BIII1' 1' La Voile Boyd Thom Brower Jack Buss Ruth Anno Carfer Secretary, First Semester, Business Manager, Boom cr Thonza,s Cash Arthur Cloak Mflrrin C11ll1'sfn1 FI'flllklI'II Esfes Photography, Boomer Donmz Ficlfls Photography Boomer Shirley FIz'ppr'n Picture Write-up, Boomer Harold Funrk Gertrude H i.v Feature Writer, Boomer Walter H11 mc Hozzalcl Knox Vice-President First Semester Mary Leek Treasurer, Both Semesters 0 ,Jar 4 4 Z v . 1 ,IM I . -- wmv-7 21-A ff' 6 'equi 'Q M79 zvorleed and 'f' .,.-it we played X .3 5 3 S H' Of. I -L. :if""l' ,ns Q, g .. 'i 41" 3 I 1 I, H I 5- l8o.wc Lock Mi1'l1ru'l 1,0lcf'nsgard 0 . .4 'ht 9 gd Wayne Long Vice-President ru Second Semester Lee Ma rshall 4 K Harvey Penwell Assistant Editor, A Boomer acl parties, Had if-2SiS .',.' .iw' '-I I QL , rr -sf' Edward Purcell Vera, Router Art, Boomer Dale Rogers x ff .:,' V 'Q wk Jam as Sexton Lwo Shan' Lynn Shau' Jim Sehiffman O rzfille Tallbea r Joyce Taylor Secretary, Second Semester Editor, Boomer Darrell Walker Business Manager Boomer Joh nn y Wells Carl Winslow President, Both Semesters Murlene Worth IW!! 846 Knew some---Cxuessed the rest! Q6 A-al .f-""1 ,QF 'M rib' A fl, :Atl f. 1 'R V N 1 x., 456 x--x mx Xa, , sa Mr. Ray P. Porter, Dean AB., MS. Qoors and Keys Beyond the barrier of the ram- paging fires of war, through an open portal clear to view, appeared, like a beautiful landscape, a land of peace and good will beckoning to the chil- dren of men, As the fires of war sub- sided, humanity approached, only to witness an iron curtain suddenly drop- ped with a hope-shattering finality across this portal, and to see this cur- tain tightly locked with the sinister forces of deceit, tyranny, greed, and hate. Now, as the masses of humanity seek to destroy these stark forces, they are looking for a crusade leader who can inspire them to victorious con- quest. That leader must possess, and inspire others to acquire, forces that can disintegrate the sinister ones. Like keys to a door with many locks, these forces are truth, honor, love, and re- spect for the personal dignity of man. The world looks to the United States for that leadership. If we fail, then some other great nation, sooner or later, will rise to fill the place which we could not. The challenge is flung to you and me. We must undergo a spiritual awakening that will make our nation, of which we are constituent parts, that leader for which the world is searching in this hour of need. .slfllllll .,.,fWlMi llI3lEE Science .,- . J-A f i Miss Rose Wifclwer BA., MA. O . Miss May Shanklin Social Science 5.5. M-A. 'HM ,. ,xA -Wx If ,vfu 32 Mr' Floyd Umm Human Relafions BA., M.C.E. , D.J L R Of d Economics and Geography F BTiSM'i.?Zh.5.Or 1 U Q 74. .A rs. Magiilla Marsh Speech Mrs. Ardyfh Gufh An' 5.5. ,ggi EWS, A 5, . . i ---- k X ig .5 mp 1 5 113' Mr. Cecil Moore - Mass Dovue Anna Noble B.s., Ms. Commemal AB., ss., MCL. Mafhemafics Miss Helen Kniqhl B.S., AM. 4 Mr. Folsom D. Jackson B.M., AB., M.A., Mus.D. R , ' --., Music - Mr. Woodrow Bark lndusfrlc1lArfs 8.5.1 MS. .l Ji -x fx.. ,AA .5-,J Q with-J i vffl P A ' as 'W ze 2 ,xx asdf I ifzwlim - A...- 'fs' 'I-is Q Y . A 0 Mx w:A Q " ag Tff I ,ff f ' V4 .,,'..., ,haf fy-..,+ a , EASY DOES IT SNOWTIME HAVE A COKE DUDE PQSED owe PRESIDENT DREADED DAY 3:30 RUSH THANKSGIVING 3111111173 'fb gl, V.: M, -. N 4-QI, f'H1u'C'lx'MA TE YOU'LL BE' SORRY! li f v-L SPRING WHO KNOCKED? ,ff if-' PIXEAA FIRQT BELL 'MA alenclewf of 6 tents SEPTEMBER The s hool bell beckoned and off to school we went Glad we wele to see old trlends and vxe had new frxends to make The flrst day of school has al ways been a th1ng that a lot of kldS enjoy for then we can catch up on the latest g0SS1p Afte1 a long t1uggle we fmally got ou1 books assembled and declded we had better settl doxxn to ou1 studles but we WSIB 1n no hu11y to do so The chemlstry class certa1nly dldnt stay settled for long for oon those students started the1r lab xvork wh1ch con 1sted of three hours every Tuesday and Thursday mo1n1ng They ce1ta1nly d1d have the a1t to I'l11X up some thmgs that produced those penetratmg odors Soon afte1 the fnst semester got under way vxe me and elected our fxrst semester oft1ce1s They Wele as follows Presldent Carl Wmslow VICE Pres1 dent Ronald Knox Secxetary Ruth Ann Carter and T1easurer Mary Leck OCTOBER The leaves turned then b11ll1ant hues of 1ed orange and brown Now was the tlme for goblxns and wltches and those wonderful autumn hayrack r1des The Jr College took advantage of th1s atmos phe1e and had two pa1t1es Tl e fn st one xxas Oct 3 when we went on a hay1ack r1de to the Reuter farm southwest of town T1anspo1tat1on was fu1n1shed by an alumnus of Jr Col ege Allen Redmg Even The second party was a Halloween party wh1ch we held 1n the Jr College room The decoratxons were very clex e1 The g1rls made the llghts look l1ke Jack o lanterns and had vxltches flymg all over the place F1end1sn screams could be heard f1om the daxkened xoom as the decapltated paxts of poor Mr Srnth were passed around I' seems the poor man ran 1nto some ghosts Beware of ghosts IS the moral or th1s eplsode NOVEMBER There was a bite ln the a1r and tests Wele star mg us m the face The1e wele also the n1ce thmgs of lxfe such as gettmg your term paper Now these are toucl1y thmgs and must be handled wxth care JI College had 1ts annual ThaDkbg1V1ng party whxch was held 1n the c feter1a The ladles of the cafetena cooked It tor us and d1d an excellent Job Thls tlme the boys were able to sldetrack domg the dxshes The dmner was excellent and after we had fmxshed we returned to the JI College 1oom and completed the even1ng w1th games and danc1ng Won der what happened to the peanuts that n1ght" M1ss Shankl1n do you have any 1dea where they could have gone? DECEMBER Say when do we get the Chr1stmas t1ee" Who has some decoratlons that we could bor1ow" Ah yes the Splflt of Chr1stmas was 1n the a1r and Jr College was qulte 1n the mood for the hollday season One thmg that helped was the ldea of a two weeks vacatxon the longest we have ever had and the other was the b1g party we wele hav1ng at the Elks Club fo1 all the EHS g1ads who Wele gomg to school The party was Dec 26 and everyone had a swell t1me We all honed that th1s event vxould become an annual affan Jr College students had ou1 own Chrlstmas party on Dec 19 1n the Jr College lounge F01 re freshments we had candy Cokes and cookxes JANUARY The Nevx Yeal xx as hele My does tlmc ex L1 fly' We lost some of ou1 students 'md we gaxned a few We all h lteo to see some go we xvelco ned tho e who came Those lc1x1n us WCIC Bennle Money wE1llCl Ayco k Mrs LaVelle Boyd James Schxtfman Eugene Young Ronald Knox and M15 W1llam1ne Wletlmg Those JOlI'llng ou1 thlong xxe1e Jacl Buss O1x1lle Tallben Rose Leck lllCl Thom BIIJWCI And then we had nose nexer ceasmg exams but of course vxe had a nexx semester for partxes les sons 'md fun ahead of us Ou1 s cond S6ll'lSSlCl Off1CClS xvere as follows P1es1dent C'11lW1nsloxx VICL Presldent Wayne Long Sec1eta1y Jovce Taylo1 and T1c'1su1er Ma1y Leek Jack Buss was g1ven the honor of bemg the man ID cnarge of the collect1on ot pop bottles Ill the halls G1 ls how much of thls can xve cont11butc to you" FEBRUARY The fan tan craze 1nally h1t Jr College Ex p1ess1ons of eageme s and sadness could be seen on the faces of the playels I wonder what the next craze w1ll be" We had a pa1ty Feb 26 at the Reno Rancho The food was excellent follovx mg the suppe1 xve f1n 1shed the even1ng w1th danc1ng and games At the pa1ty we had a balanclng a1t1st who could balance a fo1k and spoon on a tooth DICK on the edge of a cup Qu1te a tr1ck 1f you can do It Can you" Sule and begorra us the month of shamrocks and the wearln of the green' For awlnle vxe thought that Old Man W1nter was go1ng to stay longer than we wanted h1m but soon MIS ICSS Sprxng got the up pe1 hand and warme1 weather was here to s ay Government clas t1axeled to Oklahoma Clty to s1t ID on a SESSION of Oklahomas Senate The1 they learned the procedu1e of our leglslature It was a very mterestlng LXDSFICHCE and exeryone emoyed the tr1p Ir the las' days of March there was a mad mush to complete the JI College seetxon of the annual Bel1exe lt Ol not we Sllpped 1n unde1 the deadlme APRIL The me1ry b1eath of spr1ng was he1e to stay a number of Jr College people cert'11nly had spfrmg f9VCl Not ve1v often could you see a book 1n any owes hand unless they were 1n class ex en then you could usually see them day dream1ng Wake up Harold' Tlme for that ll 00 o clock Engl1sh class Now was the t1r1e fo1 hay1ack 11des wlener lO3btS skatmg partxes and any numbe1 of thmgs that xt IS fun 1n whlch to part1c1pate ID the spung MAY Spllng was really here to stay 1n fact you could nardly bel1eve that 1t wasnt summe1 Tlme ce1ta1nly nad flown by We ga1ly put our books as1de for ou1 blg annual p1cr11c at Lawton Everyone had a gay t1me even though some of us got a tr1fle sun bulned Ol came up Wlth skxnned shms but soon we had to get back to ou1 books to study fo1 fmals Won der what scnool would be hke 1i one dldnt have to take those flI'l3lS7 The t11ne has come when we BIIIVC at the cross roads Some w1ll return next yea1 xvlule others of us w1ll go on our chosen roads to open the doo1s of further study and learnmg and the1e IS anothe1 open door Uncle Sam beckons to a numbe1 of the boys We w1ll always remember th1s wonde1ful yea1 at JI College and the fun we lad . - 1 x A , C , . ,, B. . . 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X l 1 X X i X l f lf 'f ,I u LMA MATER Far out on the uestem prazrle Starzdmg plam to neu I9 our clear El Reno Hzqh ,School Towermg toward the blue C h o 1 u s Hazl' All Hall' Our 4Ima Mater' Hall' El Reno Hzgh' We bear thee a lobe so fervent It shall never die In her halls we 've toiled and struggled Many tasks begun Aml for her our Alma Mater Many victories won Greet we, then, our foster mother, Noble friend so true,' As we strive in world and college, Still we'll think of you. ,. egg- wx ' ji-ii!


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