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

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W'3m'Fq" ' 3 W 155 My t l F Fonzwonn Once upon a time there were ten little Indians who lived on an Okla- homa reservation. Life was full of teepees and buffaloes until one day they came to El Reno High School to learn the ways of the whiteman. Follow them through the yearbook and sympathize with their attempts at civiliza- tion. of I psy Y if M Q Yr l . Jn 7 f 5' U 1 1 ,,.- s 2 A 5 'Vi , .... J ' Sp '.f W .iir. gkxffiil v we 'x c slice sigh: ' lil IM f ' " Q57 min THE TEN urn: INDIANS! 16 "Q wie ' ,rvxvk-gf. r n I f l"' Q 47 .5 H 1,if,"'3:' 'f ,Y , 9 A , if- i.i1,L d'l'snLL,-5, , ,gwv vnnsoox nzmculon - 5 A . Wvypwua 'Aj,,,9v4r"'hw,-A!J"Ub,aM4"eL fffZfff,,+jf 51:51 W 'diff 3,00 43f,6fff'Q'5ff7zq,'fW7wj,fffp'Lff-ff - 'H' zfw'f"'p.A1W' ,pu ww . ,www wbi'iM-MW l 4.--.,-.. , ,- A.: -. if A I. ,iv- emx We, the seniors of 58 59 wish to etch I - , a asting tribute in our gift to the student body, the annual. We pay tribute to MR. WALTER P. MARSH, who as our former prin- cipal, laid the foundation of our high school experiences with a devotion and capacity for love, typical of him. His great love, the high school, was blessed with his guiding hand for 22 faithful years. lt is 'n h' I is exam le we leave our Alma Mater a lace better P P off because he lived. If ever a great man lived, then surely tl'is must have been he. Whyg 1 fi ," A fo , K7 ll If pg. N ,ff 1' V Q nm: or connzurs N 4 x Foreword 2 V miarroniiiiiiiiiiiijgjiiiiiiiiiijgi2 , W 522451 25,2 rv f 21222 11135 E22 Ei NA o . Royalty ---- 77 fl Activit -.-- 89 r N M 1 Organ ---- 59 X Senior SX f Adver X S X ---- 98 --------103 Z 4-, Junior ........ 1 13 X N w Nr-re I. X f WE Wmr fr x 'Egg 1 N FACULTY Ann N 1 ADMINISTRATION ' fgf : .. J f Lf x Q ,f a g: E 94 x x xx uc X ffl 4- I ' I I +I Y! 'J I If! "3 'I' XC 2 we ,f 1 , 1- s H, QL Y' , S 'WE I X ,D I ff" " 'I mil if J f' Wniwff I rf , ,llilfl ,Q f Af mr 1 ff fra'-'.-3-E-1' MA X v , , ' ' I 1 I I 14 ww. ff' 'x I f .mx I' ,044 b .V 5 f I Z K -,If 1 I 'AIMXQ -f-f ' 1 . 'M A , 1 Z I ' 1 f ff' ff . 1 f 'ff' pf' ff f V 4 I" X 0 I, I I in wr 'fflllllfl if "H U' ADMINISTRATION MR. PAUL R. TAYLOR Superintendent of Schools MRS. CORA MAC SWAIN Treasurer At the head of every successful secondary school there must be a successful administrative leader. This we proudly display in our portrait of the Superintendent of Schools, Mr. Paul R. Taylor. Assisting him with his various administrative duties is his excellent and efficient staff. MISS JUDY DAVIS Secretary QN MR. WALTER WILSON Clerk f . N 43'-. 'Q gf , AI' BOARD OF EDUCATION Behind the scenes of the ordinary day, preparation for the future is being made by these conscientious dedicants toward that desired end, the education of young minds. We gratefully acknowledge their faithful service to the community and we want them to know that we realize their efforts to make El Reno High School an institution of developing better citizens. GEORGE GLEASON DI. C. RILEY STRONG President Vice-President l I - I 1 ll , .J t Ak? 1 I" ,' fr.. V V X F- 1 l , Q1 ' MAX, V if El . ff, 5+ f L, 4- X f 4 el JAMES E. BASS Member EDWIN PORTER Monk' 5 HURST Member Munh, 9 E10 ,vgngq X 1- FACULTY IW QQ MR. LESLIE F. ROBLYER Principal MRS. GARLAND ETHERIDGE MR. BILL DAVIS Dean of Girls Dean of Boys Oklahoma History Biology American History Boys' Physical Education MR. WOODROW BARTON , Shop Classos Mechanical Drawing MR. BOB BECK Algebra Sr. Moll! Boys' Physical Education MR. JOHN BELISLE Vocal Music MISS KATHLEEN BLACK Girls' Physical Eclucafion MRS. LUCILLE BLAIR Plans Goomolry Algobra Spanish I MRS. NINA MAE COOPER English ll MR. ERNEST DOKE Engllsh Ill Junior and Senlor Creative Writing MR. FLOYD DURHAM Typlng I, Il College Psychology College Olxla. History MRS. FLOYD DURHAM English I MRS. CALVIN GUTH Art MRS. ART HARRISON Speech Debate Drama English Ill MRS. ELTON HOBSON General Business Typing I MRS. CORENE JEWITT English II Latin I and II MISS MABLE JONES English IV College English MR. KENNETH KAMM Boys' Physical Education World History American History MRS. EDNA KELLY Library Library Science MR. GEORGE A. KIZER Instrumental Music MISS HELEN KNIGHT College Solid Geometry College Advanced Algebra Trigonometry Algebra ll Senior Math Composite Math MISS IRENE MARCH Spanish II College French MR. C. I.. MC GII.l TBI MRS. VOLNEY MOORE Homemalxing I MISS DOVIE NOBLE Shorthand I and II Bookkeeping MR. RAY P. PORTER College Chemistry Biology MR. THURMAN ROBBINS Mechanical Drawing General Shop I2 T MR. M. J. Robertson Agriculture MISS MAE SHANKLIN American History Problems of Democracy College History American History MR. J. E. 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A ff fa s IMI ld k p 9 I , dfh h If dfhflftf FOOTBALL TEAM First Row: Doug Keller, Jerry Bass, Gene Petitt, Joe Hale, Earl Jones, David Stevens, Bob Meyers, Roger Chiles, LeRoy Corn, Jim McGoffin, Keith Stout, Layton Perry, Jim Preston, Roger Weidenmaier, Larry Den- walt, Ken Potts. Second Row: Ken Clayton, Jim Iles, Jerry Johnson, Larry Briggs, Bert Yant, Fred Coburn, Oran Clemons, Ray Hamby, Don Dresser, Jerry Craig, Lanny Reuter, Bob. McGoffin, Dick Maxey, Roy Miller, David Willsey, Art Stevener, Nathan Rose. Third Row: Larry Deatherage, Bert Rickner, Trent Morris, Don Miller, Richard Fogg, Keith Worsham, Bill Jeffery, Ronald Evans, Alfred Colt, Clifton Powell, Bill McDaniel, Bill Novak, Buddy Miles, Ronnie Atkinson,. Bill Cook, Ronnie Spurlin, Joe Whipple,,Toln Mowery. Last Row: Bob Beck, Assistant Coach, Kenneth. Kamm, Head Coachp Bill Davis, Assistant Coach. 1958-59 FOOTBALL SEASON SUMMARY By Bob McGoffin and Keith Worsham Following the pre-season prediction of a glorious year on the gridiron, the El Reno High School Indians met with a tragic campaign. The Indians fell to the state champions, Capitol Hill Redskins, by a 28-I4 count in their season opener. Keith Worsham passed to Bob McGoffin on the first play of the game for a touchdown and McGoffin raced 50 yards on a pitchout for the second tally. The Harding Eagles, another Oklahoma City power, downed thelndians in their second battle 22-0. The Indians were shut out for the second game in a row as the Clinton Red Tornadoes rolled by a 28-0 margin on the El Reno home grounds. In a free scoring and loosely played game, Chickasho's Chicks raced to a 45-34 victory over the EHS crew. McCoffin rambled for two touchdowns, and Senior fullback, Tom Mowery made one. Alternates, Bud Miles and Bert Rickner, chalked up one each in the closing minutes of the game. The Indian squad next traveled to Norman to challenge the Tigers in their second Boomer Conference game. Norman displayed a second half outburst to collar the Tribe by a 20-8 score. Richard Fogg scored the lone touchdown on a pass from quarterback Jim Preston. The Duncan Demons were the next disaster on the Indian list. 40 ' 'E 1 -1-ww-u"xqq::" '-vwrrh? -xvf--up ,--.- - ,NF W? r In what some say was the cleanest and most hard fought game ever witnessed on the home field, the Demons edged EI Reno 8-6. The lone counter came from two yards out by sophomore quarterback, Roy Miller. The next game proved to be a fatal blow to the Indians' pride as they lost a 28-0 grudge match to the arch-rival, Lawton Wolverines. The Putnam City Pirates rambled at will over the El Reno crew In a one-sided victory. The final score was 40-0. The Indians, still suffering from their shocking record, fell before the onslaught of the visiting Enid Plainsmen by a 44-6 margin. Tom Mowery marked the only score for El Reno. The overconfident Ardmore Tigers, on the last game of the season, traveled to EI Reno to meet the tribe. A determined and fired-up band of Indians rose to a mark of near perfection to slaughter the Tigers, 26-6. Keith Worsham sprinted to three scores, and McGoffin added the last to climax the most memorable game of the EHS season. P Five El Reno Indians gained well deserved honors on the All-Boomer Conference team. Offensive stars included speedster halfback Bob McGoffin, block-busting full back Tom Mowery, and rugged tackle Larry Deatherage. On the first defensive team, halfback Richard Fogg, and middle guard .loe Whipple were listed. Even though the Indians finished the season with an unimpressive I-9 record, all of their games were hard fought and well-played, and all concerned, including coaches, players, pep club, and fans enioyed the year throughout. R gl' ' I v y -1 Z KENNETH KAMN Head Coach x I1 1 - im lIl.I,, DAVIS BO! IICK ' Une Coach' I I Team Coach 1 41 SENIOR 'F' RONNIE ATKINSON ORAN ClEMONS loft End Hall lack f I! 1 6' I F Blll. COOK LARRY DEATHERAGE Tackle Tqgklg QQ, ' aW,' W ' X, F RICHARD rocc Blll JEFFREY Righf End Gvurd 42 LETTERME N Q, .X N2 6' Neva J N 5 fy I V x U., .. .. 99, Y, sy HKKL: ,' 'W-' 4 'N W' gr A S 'K I 3,51 '+'s'gf-:"- -f'-f A -P.W'j-lj+,qj1::r54g57v'5,-virs-- 5- , A, O . Q5 BASKETBALL TEAM First Row: Richard Fogg, Jimmy Presion, Bob McGoffin, Larry Briggs, Freddie Hobson, Naihan Rose Second Row: Coach Jenks Simmons, Mike Fire, Bill Cook, Manuel Heusman, Bert Rickner, Gene Estes Buddy Miles, Art Steve-ner. COACH JENKS SIMMONS 45 1958-59 BASKETBALL SEASON SUMMARY By Keith Worsham and Bob McGoffin After closing the 58-59 football season, the EHS Indians started the basketball season off with a victory over Central of Okla. City by a score of 47-43 in a nip and tuck game down to the final buzzer. The Indians traveled to Northwest Classen and came back with another victory in an overtime game. The score was 44-42. Tourna- ment time arrived, and as in past years, the Indians traveled to Enid to emerge in the first-round game over Ponca City by a marginal victory of 50- 35, the team then dropped the final game to the Harding Eagles 42 - 48, which handed them their first loss of the season. Snow-bound for three days in Amarillo, the Indians played two games losing the first to the Palo Duro Dons by 58 - 62 and coming back to win the second game by a 51 - 36 score over Tascoso in Amarillo. Back came the Indians to play the Oklahoma teams and another victory was added to the Indians string as they over-took the Capitol Hill Redskins 52-33, but the team had a little trouble at Chickasha in topping them by a 36-28 advantage. The most important game, as far as the conference was concerned, was with the Norman Tigers, the number 1 team in the state, and the tribe fell by a slim margin of 51-57. The Indians faced their rivals, the Lawton Wolverines, and walked away victor- ious with a 55-41 difference. Playing Capitol Hill for the second time, the Indians again repeated their previous performance to beat them by the score of 51 - 28. With the defense of the tribe becoming better, they over-powered Ardmore 50-42 in a wide open ball game. Northwest Classen, out for revenge, came to El Reno only to be dis- appointed and be defeated 44-36. Duncan, next on the schedule, pulled a surprising upset over the tribe 38 - 50 to drop the Indians from the Boomer Conference race. Norman then handed EHS Indians their second defeat in a row by 51-64 difference. After a string of bad luck, Chick- asha came to EI Reno determined to win and almost succeeded in their conquest. They failed as the tribe squeezed by in 44-43 win in an over-time game. Ardmore, playing the stall game, held the score down but couldn't produce the offense and lost to the Indians by a margin of 39-24. A revenge game with Duncan was next, and the Indians rose above their opponents to down the demons 52-41. Lawton slipped up on the tribe to pull a victory out of their hats as the Indians dropped their sixth loss of the season with the score of 38-46. Central, the Capital conference champions, were met with defeat as the score read 53-40, in favor of the Indians. Put- nam City were also victims of the tribe by a score of 51-45 to end the regular season play before the EHS Indians entered the class AA regionals. In the regionals, El Reno faced Lawton once again, and with determination, speed, and ability, came through to win by an over-whelming score of 59-25 to put the Indians into the finals with Enid. Enid was playing a smooth game, but with the calm, cool, and collected Indians, it was iust another victory as they came through in a very important game by downing the Plainsmen 39- 32 to place El Reno in the State AA play-offs. Entering the State Tournament, the Indians drew Bartlesville in the first round game and squeezed by in a closely fought game 48-47 to put the Indians in the finals against Norman. El Reno, with the whole student body and fans behind them, played down to the final gun but without attaining their goal. They finished as the Runner-Up State AA Champions by a score of 58-51. 46 nf Z if BASKETBALL SENIORS BILL COOK GENE ESTES MIKE FIRE f li I I R RICHARD FOGG MANUEL HsusMAN eos Mc Gorrm HM PRESTON 47 ui I fi "B" BASKETBALL TEAM First Row: Roger Weidenmaier, Dick Maxey, Tommy Harris, Gary Armstrong, Jerry Bass, Keith Stout, Danny Grady, Richard Valderas. Second Row: Roy Miller, Jerry Craig, Kenneth Clayton, Don Johnson, Trent Morris, Ray Hamby, Doyle Cooper, Ted Ownby, Vic Ashfod, Coach Davis. Xu coAcH Blu. oAvls 48 f 1 NQQ 451 ff 6' Q nf T1 A rl: M if 1 fi Q1 Fyo 'Ei O ' 4, dJ 5 . V, f MV :N JS GOLF VIC ASHFORD MIKE FIRE TOMMY HARRIS Joov MAXEY mem Moms 50 RIC HARD FOGG f5 '7fS'f ' - f ' gtg gf 4 A MARVIN STARKEY I E ! l I i ., L... X . ,ji,:.f- 3. .. 45351 Q 0 sw.. -. ' SW :Q fp? 4 mf-fr L,,- -W , ,ew ' fwfxif' ki Ffh f Q X 25? :Af 1 yr . Q fi' E F J WS Q L5 7 Qi lbw Q R N W ,bf , ac K X Y 3,5 ,w 5 ff L X A , 5 Q 1 K in xxx ,iii 115.32 ww C X ,ff ,f :if ,J xxx A x f fx 1 fl i Xl I f if. L 46 ' ll I ll '1HulHlllllu.mlI'- nu 'Q , ull -wuuumlll fill -' ,- 1 e s ,,.l..i-D--- -A-' "' Five liffle Indians learning more and more, One was in the school band ........ ..............andthaflefffour. First Row: Barbara Leach, Mary Stephens, Connie Moyer, Bonnie Pierce, Jerry Brungard, Gary Davis, Frankie Boyer, Roy Potts, Ruth Nichols, Jerry Devine, Janice Cahill, Laquita Voigt. Second Row, Jeannie Cavin, Dorothy Swingle, Bunny Laughlin, Barbara Jo Maly, Wendell McGarvin, Danny Grady, Elliot Robert- son, Jannola Rains, Kay Enfield, Nancy Bachler, Roselyn Haynes, Christine Whitley, Karen Grass. Third Row: Louise Self, Kathy Fuucon, Kathryn White, Francis Mills, Darlene Frachiseur, Harold Johnson, Linn Denwalt, Gene Gladney, Leslie Reusser, Raymond Williams, Lynda Ward, Retha Barrow, Barbara Anderson. Fourth Row: Herman Steen, Marion Watson, Kenneth Wehmuller, Dale Gilliam, Bill Lee, Roy Sherer. Fifth Row: Ida Stephens, Velva Smirl, Ellen Wilkerson, Paul Winslow, Herbie Isles, David Langley, Don Dresser, Bill Cooksey, Bob Turley, Sharon McCabe, Marvellena Brooks, Pat Oldfield. A CAPPELA CHOIR -.luv-4 nu--, vv..-. -U-.....-.., --...., --v, ...... , ..-v President. Second Row: Herbie Iles, President, Gene Gladmyl smdm, binder. MR. JOHN BELISLE, Director. 54 'S . 9- . A ' u -,Y k. . , , Q- ' . 4,-3 1' 411 --'f-' .1 V. Q -.xj , H if V1 15'-A., . Q' M 5 'Y ' ,, fwiiafad f g , gig, 2 , 4!,:?:fi,ijL"'Fg:5ffi1rf . ,W A g Q T . I -Q 'Y 'fl ' ' K". ml!-ffa1 eA,:Ls - lf f2 :fmaf g 4, In c,qg xii.-iiJ,," - .X K i ..,. , -, A ,YA . 1 J mf.-'. 1, .. tif. , , , --N,,:L', ff 54,7 K. 5 . ' W ff sf ff ' E. ff , sig: V, . ' ' ' - 1 1 'NSW , , K 4 wi ff' ' ' ' XE V , , . Si K if M5 QPF? 'W 9 We if ,H ' ' ' ,aw-1+ k Y 1- 3 lg g Q , . -: - w 9 . , f -ww ww, ' A - . A jf if - Ab vi K A K 35 M 'A ,lv Q Q h A if 7 al , -, ' .-'Q - ' . 3 . if - H -, , - 3 N ." W 1' S-Ref wwf f f . K, , yy. I' K" ig." . 5' ' Q4 3.1! A qi. 1 . 3 'K 'W 1Y'W 'af' A , ., L li? -2, W ,- Q ,.- ' , 12:26 I- V , , ', . ,,y11 Q , ,5 , mvi, . A , A , A ,i .AW aw., my if A 'ig M Ki Q Y 'Y it ff ' -W .xr .5 A r M x ,gy Qi' I ,wivww Ni N -. md 'I cw A f 51: :-1 iii' -'Hp Wi 1. .... . ,,,?lwL3Fi iff : 7. -f"i,i.W,e-.X J- ,fmvu ffi f, .'r:ff"Ju. 1 H+" wav -f, hi' . , H 1 -Tpfagywg, , ,fu .- A, 'v"-"- . I T ss Q '. 4: I, I -if ,M f f . jg. H ,, 3 4 Q 1 w 5 1 iw - 4 E Q .L 'GF ii. ,Q ' . 3? A Q .Uh if First Row: Oboe: Jeanie Cavin, .ludy Caving Bassoons: Jan Tillinghast, Karen McQuire. Second Row: Clarinet: George Hamilton, Richard Lorenzen, Paul Winslow, Patly Wells, Alto Clarinet: Dan Patman, Larry Porter, French Horn: Don Siephens. Third Row: Mr. Kizer. Clarinet: Marilyn Floyd, Larry Anderson, Theresa Jones, Jim Stevens: Bass Clarinet: Judy Remi, Judy Mowre, Sherry Cavins, Corners: Don John- son, Kenneth Potis. Fourth Row: Clarinet: Wilma Yount, Carol Atwood, Ann Reed, Iwana Cook, Kelly Peil, Kirk Kickingbirclg Percussion: Fred Fanson, Robert Doyle: Bass: Shannon Pettit. BAND i fra I VINIIHMMVQ .V+ ' 7 J Judith Remi ............. .............. S eeretary George Hamilton ............... ........ P resident BYYOII MCNdU9hf ......... ............ l. ibrarian Kenneth Potts ...,......... ,,,,., T rqqgurqr 56 First Row: Flute: Marilyn Robertson, Betty Willsey, Barbara Patmen, Byron McNaught, Bill Maynard. Second Row: French Horn: Ronnie Thomas, Jeannine Mitchell, Joyce Edgar, Saxophone: Richard Cole, Gene Petitt, Claudio Lane, Lavonne Reusser, Richard Leonard. Third Row: Cornet: Bill Lee, l.esIie Edwards, Gary Browning, Ed Fussell, George Kizer, Ronnie Seilreli Baritone: Gene Douglas: Tenor Saxophone: Harry Don- nellan, Linda Elkins. Fourth Row: Bass: William Yount, Baritone Saxophone: Dwight Nance, Percussion: Mary Louise Barker, Trombone: Wayne Ables, Billy Garner, Kenneth Clayton, John Lee. AND 'N Z7 i MM flf ff 4 1 l T4 E o MR. GEORGE A. KIZER. Director 57 ALL STATE BAND Firsf Row: Billy Maymard, Jeannie Cavins, Judy Remi, John Lee. Second Row: Dan Patman, Don Johnson, George Hamilton. SLEEPING BEAUTIES? 58 9 x09 4 0" 9 ,!' o Nd Millie' , Q f Mg' fw f f , my 1- , ' '- Q. ff! 4x17 f ff e 912 7! VP 4 3, ' 45066 if - ,J 1 ,gl f W ' -Y -- .AJJ N I rs-- 'gy Four little Indians living socially, One joined a school club ..... . . . . .and then there were three. .. ...K 9' N as 3 wg . 5 x ' gf' 5 1 . D . ,. , - A -Wwx . , W M ici! . 'ii W f g I 1 f x as ffffx K1 ix M :ggi ' K .5 .- V ,F , I Wm- m - A 4 .1,S.,1. s.:, 3353, : .1 , . 2 is? , Q N wgggfg, W.. ,jigsaw M55 .,,2-13,-, Hs: 4 wk s' Q gf .. 1 , K -W V wi -. ,- L aw ' W - ,L fwl5s1S.xs2F 'ww ' 1 Q-,.. .X -ww in X", Q, ek mf . f N I A if , mf. :V-JH V ' . '- Q . igyefjgipi. f -L,, ,Qsm ' KL mg. x Q V-5552 K S 'I 5 ' X X iff M wffw A Ku ix xi. 2 3 Q mx QW' H 4. , . ml.. Q A4 9. rg wwf , 'i f::g,,:iLr v iF5,i2. k if fi A ..,v f m.. fi . f. mm ,W J, ei mi fg ,M fm A as f r 559: fi? Q2 ff .Lx Q , if X 91 fa? if Rl 1' if , 1 Q ' mf '4 'iff 552' ' v - - . X55 1 A K' www gi ,Q I as-Mil? V :ij " I 5 , Q7 FEA I 7NXY',-I 'g M . m ,, f 7594: 4 .4 ., i ' Gu 'll .1 lb 'N Y . gf, 5, - EQ iff- f f 'H 2. ' ei I M' -. , ,h - 'ai--'L ' .L jf T Q' I 1 , . 'V ii: sq 4 , ' , . A M 11 -L ... Q , A b I at --M , 'N vi H' , A N if 'f '- , 'Yr 1 1 '- L Amy: VL! 7 .Q Q, Iam Firsf Row: Nancy Bachler, Jerry Divine, Barbara Anderson, Kay Barion, Linda Price, Sharon McCabe, Kafherine White, Loretta Lemke, Pat Fox, Pat Miller, Ida Stephens, Carol Fedderson. Second Row: Patty Wells, Janice Rush, Kathy Faucon, Ellen Davis, Janolla Rains, louise Self, Karen Grass, Lavon Reusser, .lan Tillinghasi, Della Mae Hutchemann, Barbara Moly, Margaret Hamilton. Third Row: Mrs. Cooper, Beverly Cash, Linda Wilson, .lo Ellen Morrison, Loretta Brown, Reba Miller, Kay Atkinson, Mary Sue Parr, Pahy Daggs, Cafherine Raymond, Mancy Lair, Mrs. Ward. BMC LITERARY CLUB Firsf Row: Kaiherine White, Vice-Presidenh linda Price, President, Loretta Lemke, Treasurer. Second Row: Kay Barton, Hisiorianp Sharon McCabe, Chaplain, Barbara Anderson, Chaplain, Pat Fox, Parliamenfarian. MRS- CLARENCE COOPER' MRS- DEAN WARD Sponsors 62 Q4 :R H4 ,Af A fi-32239 W.: . 4 b fm , ' V , gihfifzigif B.: H" - 5:11 , 1521 , x ' . J 'EHEQEE X -X f - A fgwgzfevff-W':1f,1'Q3rfQ' ii. 152 K :qwfaLa3:w?ia. xi.. ga fig? r'Mf,g,i x.,..Q. , rf ' - 'LFY ,,j2'l?5kSif -'Vain ' SSH. . ,,l-My ., . if ' J..- Q ,fi.- Y 5, S33 sf Z' 7:5 , 1: T ff wwf X mm 1 . A . -, mf S4-'A Kwai ,W N1 kv T I 1 2 .-V '- IRQ iii' ,J -. 51-iii U-',r,m ' we Q ' ,jf L- -aa: 'VIII 3. 1. ..- xfpy. ff? 1 ". . 35' , , 2 -fav-. ,., 15' . D- 232:54 alir. Wxx' mm v?'B""Hi2i fi Ai Cheerleaders: Bunny Laughlin, Bina McWethy, Sally Harrison. First Row: Dorothy Swingle, Jan Cooper, Judy Remi, Lynda Ward, Betty Jo Southern, Judy McGee, Marguerite Hoard, Carolyn Goad, Alice Stanley, Gayle Ryel, Betty Irvin, Beverly Tate. Second Row: Carol Dur- ham, Boots Effenbeck, Claretta Ankey, Velva Davis, Fran Mills, Judy Gholston, Retha Barrow, Sue Davidson, Shirley Johnson, Carolyn De- Laughter, Joyce Jackson, LaDonna Helm. Third Row: Paulette Ninman, Diane Roberts, Jeannie Cavins, Sylvia Askew, Kay Enfield, Delores Kastl, Kate Irvin, Ruth Nichols, Marion Marquardt, Connie Moyer, Ida Stephens, Marilyn Shaw, Tish Began, Karen Boorsma, Jerry Divine, Linda Price, Sharon McCabe, Mary Stephens, Sharon Seely, Kathrine White, Carla Caster, Loretta Lemke. Fourth Row: Clara Wagner, Billy Jo Le Bleu, Ellen Davis, Patty Wells, Patsy Huston, Linda Elkins, Mary Barker, Elizabeth Simmons, Mary Gold- berger, Janet Schroeder, Caroline Bloom, Phyllis Delaughter, Judy Wells, Jackie Hill, Carolyn Wintermute, Rilla Rickner, Kay Maine, Barbara Anderson, Pat Entrekin, Barbara Leach, Sharon Williams, Kay Barton, Etta Tennery, Janice Wallace, Judy Hromada. Filth Row: Lavon Reusser, Jan Tillinghast, Renie Gholston, Royalyn Loyall, Beatrice Marquardt, Jan Hill, Sharon Hamilton, Linda Thompson, Clydel Weir, Ann Dillon, Diana Marquardt, Amanda Lewis. Sixth Row: Mary Good, Vonda Heckes, Sue Ferguson, Karen McGuire, Louise Self, Frances Farnham, Judy Blanc, Carolyn Walpert, Sue Etheridge, Rosalyn Haynes Christine Whitley, Kay Callahan, Karen Grass, Claine Croxton, Jewelene Stone. JUNIOR-SENIOR PEP CLUB First Row: Carolyn Good, Treasurer, Marguerite Hoard, Vice-President, Judy McGee, President, Betty Ryel, Re- porter. Second Row: Alice Stanley, Historian, Bunny Laughlin, Cheerleader, Bina McWethy, Cheerleader, Sally Harrison, Cheerleader, Lynda Ward, Parliamentanl ian. L i' it MRS. CALVIN GUTH, MISS KATHLEEN BLACK Sponsors Cheerleaders: Martha Sedberry, Joan Porter. First Row: Kathy Armold, Sandra Coker, Grace Barber, Pamela Chiles, Jamie Cavins, linda'George, Janice Wilkerson, Sandra Jackson, Reba Miller, Jennifer Barber, Clara Greany, Weslyn Ninman. Second Row: Cindy Miller, Barbara Miller, Charlotte Nail, Sherry lvester, Elaine Gresham, Shirley Willard, Nancy lair, Theresa Jones, Lou Ann Clark, Karen Cecil, Jeannette Meyer, Deanna Jolliff, Diane Davis, Marion Wilson. Third Row: Doris Paxton, Charlotte Ellison, Elaine lee, Jo Ellen Mor- rison, Janis Brower, Kay Atkinson, Beverly Cash, Carolyn Pullan, Loretta Brown, linda Slate, Betty Dennis, Shirley Delaughter, Jeannie Loyall, Carolyn Lovelady, Julia Smith. Fourth Row: Sharon Saunders, Mrs. Volney Moore, Carolyn Eitel, Karen Chapman, Sue Williams, Mary Jane Jordan, Darlene Adkisson, Phyllis Briggs, Betty Brandley, Phyllis Jason, Patsy Shaw, Carolyn Effenbeck, Nancy Kessler, Edwina Lemke, Mrs. Floyd Durham. Fifth Row: Linda Whitacre, Glenda Fuller, Claudia Lane, Elaine Nance, Joy Olyer, Linda Huston, Sarah Ashley, Virginia Stephens, Donna Van Gundy, Ann Thrailkill. Sixth Row: Martha Seely, Kathy Hromada, Judy Mowre, Kaye Cox, Sherry Cavins, Jeanine Mitchell, Judy Cook, Jackie Ladd, Nellie Irvin, Treva Barker, Johnnye lacefield, Carla Eden. FRESHMAN-SOPHOMORE PEP CLUB First Row: Martha Sedberry, Cheerleaderg Janice Wilker- son, President, Joan Porter, Cheerleader. Second Row: Linda George, Secretary, Pamela Chiles, Treasurer- 1 Jamie Cavins, Parliamentarianp Reba Miller, Historian, Sandra Jackson, Reporter. 625 MRS. VIVIAN MOORE and MRS. VIRGINIA DURHAM Sponsors 67 A Cl-I EERLEADERS SALLY HARRISON BINA MC WETHY BUNNY LAUGHUN Junior Senior Head smior Give me the beuil .1 l e ,fx W, ', W' ' will '-. IX l - MARTHA SEDBERRY JOAN PORTER 50Ph0"'9" 68 Froshmbn v n , '- if , .2 , ' ilzl' E ,, X . X .1 2515, 1- g -..M.+., X XT , H - . fi I .' ii- 1. , -- '. . X. i , -f . 5 ,ggiQ53?-105555554S'g-fx-195332-' Mg?-:?'fjE',gS'.1,'9f vin 2 . 'f:?"311QfM1 - ' ' WY V, f A7 y . , M 5 mm, .. we gg. 7 . ,,. A . ..U ,,,. ., .. V W. .. . 59-leaf Q74 - - f "f-f' i 5',' W2 5, KIM 25'3iUli4.'5ff,-if ' M' '!:i3'fiifii' ff ., A:-k .. fzfw-:QYQ::- zazwfl '11 W1 - . ' L- -, , 5 - 1 L Ms . 1 . ' ., H Q' 'N X ' 'we y f A55 A X Y W Y If K. . M .X ,7 IQ g .W V3 in Fwy X W 1' . f mf 2 . 33 ' , .' ff K . K YQ- g jx.: . , x 15 f' 5 , gh S92 , 7 Qi J 3? xx ' . R222-2,1 ,ig K ,awk in . ,W 3 'Q W 5 Q F . , WM - f--if wi ,gg 4. W A , A -f 1 . .Q P 53, V ,, - ., -, ' ' Y , fig. f' ' ' -W 53353: - fm ' W "fl-SF., ' V xlsil. ff Sli? S' f Ji N .,,. V H F A X. MM if Wx ' 'A 'fm is fm Flrsf Row: Larry Deatherage, Oran Clemons, Richard Fogg, Bob McGoffin, Keith Worsham, Jody Maxey, Jimmy Preston, Bill Cook, Manuel Heusmon. Second Row: Mike Fire, Bill McDaniel, Ronnie Atkinson, David Sfevena, Nathan Rose, Cliff Powell, Buddy Miles, Roger Wiedenmaier, Jimmy Iles, Richard Volderoa, Victor Ashford. Third Row: Tom Mowery, Joe Whipple. l.ETTERMAN'S CLUB 5 l Q' MR. SIMMONS, Sponsor. X Q 71 First Row: Sherry lvester, Theresa Jones, Sally Harrison, Sharon Williams, Lynda Ward, Ruth Nichols, Gayle Stoneman, Carolyn De Laughter, Kay Barton, Beatrice Marquardt, Claretta Ankney, Carol Durham. Second Row: Bunny Laughlin, Karen Boorsma, Judy McGee, Carolyn Goad, Jan Cooper, Gayle Ryel, Judy Gholston, Frances Mills, Boots Effenbeck, Marilyn Shaw, Beverly Tate, Velva Davis. Third Row: Micky Bollinger, Chris Whitley, Mary Barker, Karen Grass, Carla Caster, Judy Wells, Sue Etheridge, Lynda Thompson, Sharon Hamilton, Vonda Heckes, Louis Self, Kay Maine. Fourth Row: Mary Good, Kay Callahan, Diana Marquardt, Sharon Seely, Paulette Ninman, Pat Huston, Caroline Bloom, Johnnie Lacefield, Dianna Jolliff,Carla Eden, Jeannie Loyall, Carolyn Jolliff. Fifth Row: Judy Hromada, Marvellena Broolu, Shirley Johnson, Jerry Divine, Pat Entrekin, Bonita Gentry, Mary Lou Hanneman, Shirley De Laughter, Phyllis De Laughter,CaroIyn Walpert, Jan Hill, Mary Beth Goldberger. FCH eAe First Row: Lynda Ward, Secretary, Joyce Jackson, Vice-President: Gayle Stoneman, President, Ruth Nichols, Song Leader: Kay Barton, Treasurer. Second Row: Beatrice Marquardt, Reporter, Theresa Jones, Recreation Leader: Sharon Williams, Historian, Carolyn De Laughter, Parliamentarianp Sally Harrison, Song Leaderg Sherry Ivester, Recreation Leader. 72 Flnt Row: Karon Cecil, Grace Barber, Clara Greony, Nancy Kessler, Marion Wilson, Sandra Jackson, Joan Porter, Sandra Coker, Sharon Saunders, Linda George, Dois Paxton, Jennifer Barber. Second Row: Elaine lee, Edwlno lemke, Cqralyn Pullon, lu Ann Clark, Janice Cahill, Diana Davis, Jeannine Gustafson, Carolyn Eflanbeclr, Peggy Sue Beaver, Billie Stansburg, Betty Hiclserson, Phyllis Jason. Third Rom lonoy Bolin, Virginia Brooks, Catherine Raymond, Ann Culver, Patricia Gordon, Glenda Stewart, Joan Ashley, Sue Williams, Phyllis Briggs, Linda Huston, Pearl Yorlz, Marilyn Dunn. Fourth Row: Trevia larlner, Patsy Shaw, Nellie Irvin, Martha Seely, Katie Hromoda, Jacllie Ladd, Patsy lorenzen, Nancy Kincaid, Loretta Cholnor, Darlene Atlxlnson, Jonlee Boyer, Donna Van Gundy. Fifth Row: Ido Mae Koert, Anna Potts, Charlotte Ellison, Nellie Johnson, Coranellia Golden, Vonda Lyons, Claudetta Miller, Claudia lane, Eliane Adams, Carol Sherer, Judy Cook. Sixth Row: Kaye Cox, Judy Mown, Sherry Covins, Jeannie Mitchell, Mary Jane Jordon, Martha Sedberry. F.H.A. MRS. IETTY WATSON ond MRS. VOLNEY MOOII Sponsors 73 Firsf Row: Glen Griffin, larry Hoffman, Richard Meyers, Ray Hubbard, Julia Smifl1,Sweefhearfp RayMaine, Marion Wafson, Joe Stanley. Second Raw: leon Bomhoff, Tommy Randall, Pete Tro, Doyle Biller, Earl Meyer, Harry Hurst, larry Reuier, Danny Meyers, Calvin Hickerson, Billy Meyers. Third Row: Clayfon Morse, Ronnie Peirce, larry Miller. F.F.A. Firsf Row: Larry Hoffman, Treasurer, Glen Griffin, Vice-Presidenff Julia Smith, Sweerhearh Jimmy Williams, Presidenh Ray Maine, Reporter. Second Row: Richard Meyer, Sentinel: Mr. Robertson, Sponsorp Ray Hubbard, MR. M. J. ROBERTSON, Sponsor. Secretary. 74 GIRLS' AND BOYS' STATE Fin? Row: lina McWethy, Dorofhy Swingle, Marguerite Hoard, Carolyn De laughhr. Second Row: Marvin Siarlrey, George Hamilfon, Richard Foqg, Jody Maxey, Oran Clemons. Al Enrollmeni 11me. 75 , , if 11 V' 5 ja A x. A -Y 2 N 'F- s:"'-:Q K 'gf Li , . 9 f 3 , Q3 Not shown in track picture: Bob McGoffin and Coach Davis Qc ' S11 - , X!! .lk 'A.'2J f f f TQ ,l. f 'jr fl .v ' , I 2 ' , 1, N K' L K, gffrfrlffrhllfy. 'elf 4, l.W':gff N ' A UMM S 4 Q W7 2. P 7 ,Q Mr rf W 'on Z i' Q19 ZA . Three liffle Indians can be embarrassed, foo One was crowned Big Chief ...... ..............andfhaflefffwo 3 Qi. A E255 'X Z gg fwvwwmm mi ?lTj 5---ix ffg E ,S ,M Ar, f XMLSLM X., V gig PQ is ,. Qgifyffzlfii ' - X nf-,A BOOMER QUEEN DOROTHY SWINGLE MAIGUERITE HOARD AUC! STANLEY The Boomer Queen was crowned at the annual yearbook party held in the spring. 79 FOOTBALL QUEEN KATE IRVIN Senior Queen 4 ' JAMIE CAVIN CLYDEI. WIER Sophomore Afhndanf Junior Affendanl 81 , , 3 mln .5 , '. isa 5'- - .-H, Nzmkf,-. - ff-' ' X4 Milwwvmmmm Hfvunnuww... sm Q El gif. . I Mig ,Q -g -fgq n z Q rm Q ik A 2 2' H , Milf 'sw 41 S' if V s W i 4 'Q Jugfz' 3 3 ' N4 5 ,. 5 5 ? ' Q fx , Q .,??gQ,, , . K 7, 35?-. 31-1 1 Nb 5 .1 H . ,W ,zfs-fQ-,fin 7 1 ,- X mu. .L,. . i 3'2- bf BASKETBALL QUEEN Ci? CAROLYN WALPERT if NANCY KESSLER RUTH NICHOLS Sophomoro Attendant Senior Affpndant dow.. X X 9 ' , 2 an i 5 E 5 Q X 4 5 X f Q2 ,Ag N 5 6 F? if is 'XT BAND QUEEN VONDA HECKES Junior Quun BONNIE BALDWIN SANDY HUMPHREY Sophomore Arfondanr Junior Affondanf WESLYNN NINMAN Adolanh Queen VONDA HECKES F.F.A. Swufhoarl MIKE FIRE Phi King MIKE nrrEmNoToN s.M.c. King BETTY JO SOUTHERN T and I Swoofhoarl 5 BOB MC GOFFIN CLIFF POWELL Pap Club King 88 F.H.A. King yn. 4669 .0 xrrs 2 S 5 rl s V 3 'No I kv A X X X X XX Q 5 I L 1 JJ J L, 47' 2, ff ff ,f-"..'.f,3"'X! 1,2 Two little Indians trying to get done, One was in a play cast ...... . . . that left the other one gi "5 a g . , WW . dh an ? I" , -,W If ,fa ig ,- 4' 3' Q, x S b in Y ,S . L , L A Wi SQ. X -. 5. i . 323, wx 'iff ff' " : ,, w Gr , , Q sl LL ez' y S, V 1 , x' 5' . ' -LQ, my " i W m L k I qu Xl P' .1 . , 1 'Eff :ANT Y X ' a mg 3 M2 V156 f 'A " ,K xr Am 'X Q ' A , ww 'Wi ,Z-' V J I w-A 'Y' 4- . , - Q-is ian. . , 'W f , y 5, 1- 0 F Q, " . .f- I f f 0-fl! 1 'wif' - 9- ,sffff ff' iv - QA 611 ffl f lf, - , , y fa? , ,- - f". ' - .Q ,Q 5 W AY - , Yr,s-- .. --11 .. .Ya E gli P' wi i i 1,4 7 1 5, yr' . 9 Y .1 Q .. ,uk .Q Arxk 5 . x I iff i K! 1 ' . A , , , X . K , 3, 1 i .at l . .A- gif -43 '-ing. .Q. -1 9 'Q 2 8 'f 1 u' OFFICE STAFF Standing: Kay Barion, Judy Remi, Carolyn Good, Marguerite Hoord, Judy Gholsion, Bina McWefhy. Seafed: Elaine Croxfon, Gayel Ryel, .lan Cooper, Mrs. Sedberry, Karen Boorsma, Beverly Tate, Boots Effenbeck. RS? qw ,, . 5 X l ?f?wx V 'SLE ilu lg - . 'V ' iw, 'Q CAFETERIA STAFF Gayla Niles, Mrs. Irene Bowling, Mrs. Jessie Kessler, Marvellena Brooks, Nancy Kincaid. 94 A. , F if 1' lv: g , fi ll EZ In sf Q A Y.--.1-gg., ..,, Y L. 4 n ii I d nf' C,usfod1?1n C U S T 0 D IAN S Mr Jackson Edwards, Mr. August Heusman, Mr. luko Handley 905 Driver BUS DRIVERS Grant Gnoul Doyle Billor, Calvin Hickorson, James Hickorson, Gordon Miller Glen Gnffm and Jock Thomas. 95 W E Z I l x ..iT,, 1 TTON RESERVA l ii ' Z I f I Xxx , l iff as 4 willy 5 x X mx Q Xi XXX f d to one, re none. Ten little lndians dwindle He says his farewell and now there a e little lndians for us to host, dy knew counted the most. to our town, ' d No mor But what they alrea ' ood intentions they came d laughter all the way roun ' school With g Spreading song an A constant reminder that even in The greatest of teaching is the "Golden Rules WE LOVED CUR TEN LITTLE INDIANS! 97 SENIOR ACTIVITIES ARNOLD ABNER T and I. RONNIE ADAMS FFA. BONNIE ALEXANDER Band. BARBARA ANDERSON Freshman Pep Club, Pepetts, EHS Pep Club, BMC, Thespians, Art Club Vice-President, Adelante, A Cap- pella Choir, All-School Play. CLARETl'A ANKNEY Freshman Pep Club, Pepetts, EHS Pep Club, FHA, Adelante, Phi, Girls' Chorus. NANCY BACHLER Freshman Pep Club, Squaws, EHS Pep Club, FHA BMC, A Cappella Choir. RETHA BARROW Pepetts, EHS Pep Club, Phi, Boomer Staff, Choir, Girls' Chorus, Soph. Sextet. LENORA KAY BARTON Freshman Pep Club, Pepetts, EHS Pep Club, Ade- lante, BMC, FHA Treasurer, Office Assistant, Boomer Staff. TISH BOGAN Adelante Secretary, Phi President, EHS Pep Club, Band. KAREN BOORSMA Freshman Pep Club, Pepetts, EHS Pep Club, FHA Treasurer, Phi Historian, Senior Class Treasurer, Office Staff, A Cappella Choir, Soph. Homeroom Treasurer, Freshman Ensemble, Library Staff, Soph. Sextet. ORAN CLEMONS Thespian President, Student Council, Jr. Class Vice- President, Football-l Year Letterman, Track-3 Year Letterman, National Athletic Scholarship Society, Let'terman's Club, Boys' State, All-School Play, Stu- dent Council Convention, One-Act Play Festival, Man- aging Editor of Boomer Collegian, Talent Show Man- ager, Sr. Girls' Football Coach, Boomer Conference- Mile Run, Creative Writing Reporter. JAN COOPER Freshman Pep Club, Freshman Class Secretary, Pepetts, Phi, Student Council, Student Council Work- shop Delegate, FHA, Boomer Staff, Thespians, Art Club, EHS Pep Club, Freshman Homeroom Vice-President, Jr. Homeroom Treasurer, Office Assistant, Girls' Chorus. SUE DAVIDSON Freshman Pep Club, FHA, Phi, Adelante, Pepetts, EHS Pep Club, Student Council. VELVA SMIRL DAVIS FHA, EHS Pep Club, A Cappella Choir, Squaws, Phi, Freshman Pep Club. LARRY DEATHERAGE FHA, Letterman's Club, All-District Tackle, All- Conference Tackle, Thespians, All-School Play, Foot- ball- 2 Year Letterman, Track Team, Boomer Staff. CAROLYN DE LAUGHTER Freshman Pep Club, Pepetts, EHS Pep Club, FHA Parliamentarian, Phi, Girls' State, Thespians, Boomer Staff, Soph. Homeroom Secretary, Jr. Homeroom Trea- surer, Sr. Girls' Football Team, Band, Student Librarian, All-School Play. JERRY DONNA DIVINE FHA, A Cappella Choir, Adelante, BMC, Pepetts, EHS Pep Club, Freshman Pep Club. THELMA DODD Four Years Homemaking, Girls' Chorus. DOROTHY DUNCAN Four Years Homemaking, Girls' Chorus. CAROL DURHAM Sr. Homeroom Secretary, EHS Pep Club, Freshman Pep Club, Pepetts, Freshman Cheerleader, FHA, Ade- lant, Phi, National Honor Society, Boomer Staff, Jr. College Reporter, Art Club, Girls' Chorus, Creative Writing Reporter, Student Editor. GLENDA DUTCHER Freshman Pep Club, Squaws, EHS Pep Club, Ade- lante. BOOTS EFFENBACK EHS Pep Club, FHA, Pepetts, BMC, Freshman Pep Club. PAT ENTREKIN Adelante, Freshman Pep Club, Pepetts, EHS Pep Club, Phi, Thespians, Office Assistant, Student Librarian, FHA, Sr. Homeroom Treasurer, All-School Plays Promp- fer. EUGENE ESTES Basketball Team, Track Team, "B" Team Basketball. RONALD EVANS Sound Effect Man 2 Years, Soph. Class Vice-Presi- dent, Jr. Class President, Football- 2 Years, All-School Play, Thespians, Student Council, Student Rotarian, National Honor Society, Band. FRED FANSON Tennis Team, Thespians, Stage Manager, School Photographer, Pep Band, Boomer Staff. MIKE FIRE Student Council Parliamentarian, Adelante, Golf Team, Basketball -l Year Letterman, Creative Writing Reporter, Baseball Team, Letterman's Club, Student Editor of School Paper, Freshman Homeroom President, Soph. Homeroom President, Sr. Homeroom President, Boomer Conference Tri-Medalist, Phi King. RICHARD FOGG Student Body President, National Honor Society President, Soph. Class President, Jr. Homeroom Presi- dent, Thespians, Letterman's Club, National Athletic Scholarship Society, Boys' State, Student Rotarian, All- School Play, Football-2 Year Letterman, Basketball- 2 Year Letterman, Track- 3 - Year Letterman, All-Con- ference Defensive Football Team, Boomer Staff Soph. Girls' Football Team Coach, Boomer Conferencce Mile Relay Record Holders, State Student Council Delegate Two Years, Boomer Collegian Chief Writer. PATRICIA FOX BMC, EHS Pep Club, Squaws, Freshman Pep Club. .IUDITH GHOLSTON Freshman Pep Club, EHS Pep Club, Pepetts, FHA, Adelante, Office Assistant, Girls' Chorus. GENE GLADNEY A Cappella Choir President, All-School Play, The- spians, A Cappella Choir Director, One-Act Play Festi- val, All-State Choir. CAROLYN GOAD EHS Pep Club Treasurer, Freshman Pep Club, Adelante Secretary, Phi, Student Librarian, Office Assistant, FHA, Pepetts, Sr. Homeroom Secretary, Fresh- man Homeroom Treasurer, Girls' Chorus. GLEN GRIFFIN Vice-President of FFA, School Bus Driver. GEORGE HAMILTON All-State Band, Boys' State, Pep Band, Band Presi- dent, Band Librarian, Freshman Homeroom President, Sr. Homeroom Secretary, Southwestern State Honor Band. LA DONNA HELM Thespian Clerk, EHS Pep Club, Phi, Pepetts, All- School Play-3 Years, One-Act Play Festival -3 Years, Office Assistant, Student Librarian, Freshman Pep Club, Soph. Homeroom Treasurer. MARGUERITE HOARD All-School Play-2 Years, One-Act Play Festival, Phi Sergeant-at-Arms, EHS Pep Club Vice-President, Thespians, Girls' State, Pepetts, Band, A Cappella Choir, Boomer Staff, Office Assistant, Student Librarian, Freshman Pep Club, Soph. Homeroom Treasurer, Jr. Homeroom Vice-President, All-State Choir. KRIN HOLLINGSWORTH EHS Pep Club, FHA, Assistant Photographer, Boom- er Staff, Student Librarian, T and I, Art Club, BMC. KATHERINE IRVIN , Squaw Pep Club, EHS Pep Club, I958 Football Queen, Sr. Class Secretary, Sr. Homeroom Secretary. BETTY JEAN IRVIN Squaws, EHS Pep Club, BMC, FHA, Freshman Class Secretary-Treasurer. JOYCE JACKSON Freshman Pep Club, Pepetts, EHS Pep Club, FHA, Thespian Treasurer, Freshman Football Queen Attendant, Phi, T and I, Homeroom Secretary- 2 Years, Student Librarian. BILL JEFFREY Thespians, Football-3 years, All-School Play, Jr. Homeroom President, One-Act Play Festival. SHIRLEY JOHNSON Freshman Pep Club, Pepetts, EHS Pep Club, FHA, Phi, Thespian Vice-President, One-Act Play Festival, All-School Play, Student Librarian, Sr. Girls' Football Team, Girls' Chorus. RICHARD JONES All-State Choir, Boys' Quartet, Boomer Staff, Foot- ball- I year, Sr. Class Vice-President, Thespians, Choir, All-School Play, Managing Editor of School Paper. BUNNY LAUGHLIN Adelante President, Freshman Class President, Freshman Pep Club President, Adelante Queen, Phi, All-School Play, Choir Vice-President, Thespians, FHA, Pepetts, Jr. Homeroom Treasurer, EHS Pep Club Cheer- leader, Girls' Quartet, Choir, Sr. Girls' Football Team, Girls' Double Sextet, Operetta Cast, All-State Choir, Girls' Chorus. BARBARA LEACH A Cappella Choir, EHS Pep Club, Pepetts, Jr. Girls' Sextet. LORETTA WARREN LEMKE FHA, Squaws, EHS Pep Club, BMC Treasurer, A Cappella Choir. BARBARA JO MALY Freshman Pep Club, Squaws, EHS Pep Club, BMC, A Cappella Choir, Jr. Sextet, Sr. Trio, Operetta Cast, All-State Choir. MARION MARQUARDT Soph. Homeroom President, Jr. Class Secretary, Freshman Pep Club, Pepetts, EHS Pep Club, Phi, Ade- lante, FHA, T and I, Office Assistant. JOE MAXEY Vice-President of Student Body, Jr. Homeroom President, Golf-I year letterman, Letterman's Club, Boys' State, All-School Play, Thespians, Student Rotar- ian, Student Council, Football -Trainer 2 years, Girls' Football Team Referee, Student Council Workshop Dele- gate, Creative Writing Reporter, Student Editor of School Paper. SHARON MC CABE Squaws, EHS Pep Club, Adelante, BMC, Art Club, Thespians, One-Act Play Festival, All-School Play, All- State Choir. BILL MC DANIEL Football-I year Letterman, Track-2 Years, Let- terman's Club. JUDY MC GEE EHS Pep Club President, FHA, Phi, Pepetts, Jr. Homeroom Secretary, Sr. Homeroom Secretary. BOB MC GOFFIN Track - 3 Year Letterman, Basketball- 2 Year Let- terman, Football-3 Year Letterman, Thespians, Let- terman's Club, All-School Play, National Athletic Scho- larship Society, Sr. Homeroom President, All-Confer- ence Halfback, All-District Halfback, Soph. Girls' Foot- ball Coach, Boomer Staff, Freshman King, FHA King, EHS Pep Club King, Regional Broad Jump Champion, Creative Writing Reporter, Freshman Homeroom Vipe- President, Student Kiwanian, Boomer Collegian Sports Editor. BINA MC WETHY Freshman Class Treasurer, Soph. Class Secretary, Jr. Homeroom Vice-President, Head Cheerleader, Secre- tary-Treasurer of Thespians, Freshman Pep Club, Pep- etts, Phi, National Honor Society, Associate Editor of the Boomer Collegian Jr., Editor of the Boomer Collegi- an Sr., Four All-School Plays, Three One-Act Play Festi- vals, Girls' State, Office Staff, Freshman Homeroom Treasurer, Soph Homeroom Secretary, Sr. Girls' Foot- ball Team. PATRICIA MILLER BMC, EHS Pep Club, FHA, Squaws. FRANCES MILLS EHS Pep Club, FHA, Phi, A Cappella Choir Secre- tary, Sr. Girls' Football Team. BRENDA WEIDENMAIER MORRIS Phi, Pepetts, EHS Pep Club, Band. TOM MOWERY Football-3 Year Letterman, Baseball-'I Year, Football Team Captain '58, All-Conference Fullback. CONNIE MOYER Squaws, FHA, BMC, EHS Pep Club, A Cappella Choir. RUTH NICHOLS Freshman Pep Club, Squaws, EHS Pep Club, FHA Song Leader, Phi Secretary, A Cappella Choir, Soph. Homeroom Vice-President, Boomer Staff, Freshman Homeroom Secretary, Girls' Chorus, Girls' Sextet, Girls' Double Sextet, Girls' Quartet, Operetta Cast. GAYLA NILES Squaws, EHS Pep Club, Cafeteria Staff, Student Librarian. PATSY OLDFIELD Choir, FHA. MELVIN PAYTON T and I. BONNIE PIERCE FHA, Choir. RONNIE PORTER FHA Vice-President, T and I. LINDA PRICE BMC President, EHS Pep Club, Squaws, Art Club Treasurer, Thespians, Football Queen Attendant. JUDY REMI Pepetts, EHS Pep Club, Freshman Pep Club, Phi, Adelante, Band Secretary, All-State Symphonic Band, Thespians, National Honor Society, Boomer Staff, Soph. Homeroom President, Office Staff, All-School Play, Sr. Girls' Football Team. LESLIE REUSSER A Cappella Choir, Band, Jr. Homeroom Treasurer, Operetta Cast. GAYLE RYEL Phi Vice-President, EHS Pep Club Reporter, Na- tional Honor Society, Thespians, Boomer Staff, National Art Honor Society, FHA, Office Staff, Pepetts, Freshman Pep Club, Creative Writing Reporter, Freshman En- semble, Girls' Chorus, Phi. BUD SCHROEDER Adelante, A Cappella Choir, T and I. JOHN SEDBERRY Sr. Class President, Student Council, Thespians, All-School Play, Student Rotation, Boomer Staff. MARILYN SHAW EHS Pep Club, FHA, Girls' Chorus, Phi, Pepetts, Freshman Pep Club, Homeroom Secretary. BETTY JO SOUTHERN EHS Pep Club Secretary, Phi, Pepetts, National Honor Society, Freshman Pep Club, Freshman Class Treasurer, Band, Secretary-Treasurer of T and I. MARVIN STARKEY Boys' State, All-School Play, Golf- 2 Years, Foot- ball-2 Years, Thespians, Student Council, Jr. Home- room Vice-President, Boomer Staff. IDA STEPHENS BMC, FHA, Squaws, EHS Pep Club, Student Li- brarian, A Cappella Choir, Choir Librarian. MARY STEPHENS Squaws, A Cappella Choir, EHS Pep Club. DOROTHY SWINGLE Freshman Homeroom President, Freshman Pep Club, Freshman Football Queen Attendant, Pepetts, Phi Parliamentarian, Student Council Secretary, Boomer Staff, Secretary of National Honor Society, Choir Ac- companist, Thespians, Art Club, Sr. Homeroom Presi- dent, Girls' State, All-State Choir-2 Years, Sr. Girls Football Team, Operetta Cast, Girls' Chorus, Student Council Workshop Delegate, Band Queen Candidate. BEVERLY TATE Freshman Pep Club, Pepetts, EHS Pep Club Thes- pians, Soph. Homeroom Vice-President, Jr. Homeroom Secretary, Phi, FHA, Girls' Chorus, All-School Play, One- Act Play Festival, Jr. and Sr. ETTA LOUISE TENNERY Art Club Treasurer, Pepetts, EHS Pep Club, FHA, Freshman Pep Club, T and I, BMC, Art Club. RICHARD TITTERINGTON A Cappella Choir, BMC Beau, Creative Writing Re- porter, Operetta Cast. SARA VALDERAS Freshman Pep Club, Adelante, Phi, Pepetts, Art Club JANICE WALLACE EHS Pep Club, BMC Secretary, FHA, Squaws, Jr. Homeroom Treasurer, T and I Vice-President, Freshman Pep Club. LYNDA WARD Art Club, Thespians, Phi Poet Laureate, FHA Secre- tary, EHS Pep Club Parliamentarian, Freshman Pep Club Treasurer, Pepetts, A Cappella Choir, Freshman Class Vice-President, Student Librarian, All-School Play, Jr. Homeroom President, Sr. Homeroom Treasurer, Stu- dent Director of Operetta. MARION WATSON JR. Choir, FFA, T and I. JOE WHIPPLE Football- 2 Year Letterman, Baseball- I Year, All- Conference Defensive Middle Guard, Letterman's Club, Football Team Captain '58. KATHERINE WHITE FHA, Squaws, BMC Vice-President, A Cappella Choir, EHS Pep Club, Operetta Cast, Student Librarian. KEITH WORSHAM Jr. Class Treasurer, Thespians, Letterman's Club, Freshman Homeroom President, Soph. Homeroom Presi- dent, Football- 2 Year Letterman, Track - 4 Year Letter- man, All-School Play, Baseball-I Year, Boomer Con- ference Mile Relay Record Holders '58, Soph. Girls' Football Team Coach, Sports Editor on the Boomer Collegian, Two Years Creative Writing Reporter, Stu- dent Editor of the School Paper. BERT YANT Football -l Year, Band, Track - I Year. WILLIAM YOUNT FFA, Band. WILMA YOUNT EHS Band - 4 Years. QGRA? A' 'jz4fd4.a,,ZcQ-Z7 Goat-Q, of , 42-59, l C20 ?,9aJ-406 45, ,QL feexlfez ?7 lc' Z' . Q5 L! ia15 ffW MYRTLE'S CAFE 110 S. Choctaw ' I F' 1901-' fa QJQWLE'-M 120 S. Rock Island Phone 68 C ongrkztulation Seniors! THE REXALL DRUG STORE Schooling Drug Co. Harry Coward-Don Brown Aubery Bryant THE UNICN BUS DEPOT El Reno, Oklahoma Phone 723 ITS SUCH A COMFORT TO TAKE THE BUS AND LEAVE THE DRIVING T0 US' Let us help you so e a d b ld fo the fut e by In estmg o bo ow ng fo ths ogan zato H Stnctly a Canadnan County Conce n EL RENO FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN 207 East Woodson Phone 345 Penney QuoI'ty ls Your Greatest Saving II7 S. Bickford G. F. Beckett, Mgr. Cfnauonee oKLAHoMA ' and r - TIRE AND SUPPLY HSIC 'S Your Home of Better Values O 101 N. Bickford Phone 3396 or 3397 109 South Bickford EI Reno, Oklahoma 1 Phone 558 528 west wang 1 Qi f fh N 417 :S Q., ,sgmfp Food Market WW More than 30 years of service Free Parking to this community it-nil I- ill- I-ll I-1-ll SUNSET MARKET 500 Sunset Drive Congratulations Seniors! B. T. Conway, Mgr. CONWAY MOTEL 2000 Sunset D Ph 261 I.. 104 Geceral M llls El Reno, Oklahoma "GOLD MEDAL KITCHEN TESTED FLOUR" ,-3.152 FIRST NATIONAL BANK El Reno, Oklahoma "Sixty-Six Years Complete Banking Service" Extablixlned In 1892 . Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporotlon .' . r F D I Q Q F I ' sa 7 .yelidy .4 The New Consumers Hi-Way 66 West El Reno, Oklahoma 'lUwwen,'o, Studia 105 1 hl i 1 7 D' .QEIPQE 4 ,gas Neff, YOUR HOME-OWNED DEPARTMENT RK-Wx STORE-SERVING You WITH bqw COURTESY AND HOME-TowN FRIENDLINESS. ALWAYS A BOOSTER FOR EL RENO HIGH SCHOOL'S FACULTY AND STUDENTS. COME IN AND BROWSE. fil'0Sf0!l0 CAHILL'S RADIO 81 TV "ffm Co"-g"""l"'i0"' 'O 'be 205 s. Rock Island-Tel. 195 1958 Seniors EL RENO, OKLAHOMA IO6 S. Bickford Phone 163 BUTTS FLOWER sHoP PRESTCN Pauline Butts Smith, Owner II3 South Rock Island I Shop 478 - Phones - Night 47 Flowen' For All Occauom 203 South Rock Island Phone 670 El Reno, Oklahoma EVANS CLEANERS Made to Measure Clothes Specialists in Sweaters and Skirts Post Office Block Phone 314 'I06 SERVING AI.I. OF CANADIAN COUNW WITH FULL NEWS COVERAGE IN woRD AND PICTURE' PAN TEX CLEANERS EL RENO DAILY TRIBUNE Phone 900 217 South Buckford We Clean Wah Care AND EL RENO AMERICAN The Clothes You Wear JONES FURNITURE CO STEPHENSON DRUG CO HALVERSON IMPLEMENT CO 1305 S Rock Island BUNKHOUSE MOTEL LLOYD F ANDERSON IOI S BIckford Phone 1222 I 521 North Choctaw Phone 326 212 S. Bickford - Real Esate 81 Ins. HUTSON BROTHERS TIMBER'-AK! S BOOKSTORE 300 South Rock Island Phone 830 207 S Blckford Phone 669 FARMERS GRAIN COMPANY JIM E SMITH OWNER EI Reno Oklahoma Unnon CIty Oklahoma WESLEY NINMAN Mgr JIM E SMITH Mgr Phone 2515 Phone 32 J 107 C ongmtulatiom, S61Zi0f.l'., DEE'S TIRE STORE new and used tires recapping vulcanizing repairing EL RENO'S TIRE HEADQUARTERS 301 S. Rock Island Phone 381 Phono I I3 5 339 So. ll. stuolo I ri-loro surrues SPURLIN SALES CO. Ford Tractors and Equipment New Holland and Gehl Equipment also Krause Plows 2 Mi. Southeast on Highway 66 EI Reno Oklahoma where friends meet JOBES DRIVE IN PHONE I99 'I08 MAYIAG SALES AND SERVICE MAYTAG Pl-IILCO Ranges Television Washers Refrigerators Dryers Ranges lnoners Deep Freeze Dennis Adams-Owner 8- Operator 211 S. Rock Island Phone 299 Congratulations, Clan of '59 FISHER 8. NISSEN The Home of Better Fitting Shoes 112 South Rock Island Phone 484 hfiri III I JACKSONS' You Save More At Jackson 900 South Hadden s' Store! LANMAN SUPPLY CO. Auto Parts Accessories Tools Shop Service SAF EWAY STORE Open to serve you 8:00 AM to 9:00 PM Seven days a week Co g atulations ARNOLD MONUMENT 100 South C 1220 South Macomb Phone 136 fre- an cn'5'wS IRoss 8- Sonsl El Reno Seed 81 Feed Co. PURINA CHOWS hocta Phone 540 J D WILLSEY RADIO 8- TELEVISION SERVICE 81 SALES CO. I I I I I I I .gl . . "lg1i sq' n s.-l--4 W HUDDART - CORNELIUS ABERCROMBIES' MOTOR COMPANY Ford and Mercury Deal 200 North Choctaw FARM MACHINERY SYS Phone 546 zoo west Elm Phone 279 gk Cong ratulations ' Seniors of I 959 BENSON FUNERAL HOME xgkelrjo auf' Congratulations I X , OKLAHOMA COCA COLA Ambulance Service l0l South Barker Phone l20 Mrs. Thomas Benson Paul C. Huber co' George W. Hamilton Robert J. McCloren 312 West Woodson Pho:-e 127 I Congratulations Seniors from MARSHALL CHEVROLET CO. THE EL RENO B. T. and Bill Marshall lO6 East Wade Distinctive-Creative Printing Phones: 355 and 356 II7 North Bickford Phone I7 Congratulations To Congratulations Class of '58 Seniors of l958 EL RENO SPORT SHOP STEFFEN'S ICE CREAM Hwy C, Dm, AND DAIRY PRODUCTS 120 N. Bickford Phone seo Phone 459 El Reno, Oklahoma Congratulations, Seniors! CHISHOLM TRAIL CAFE 2l2l East On Highway 66 'l'l0 CANADIAN COUNTY OFFICERS DIRECTORY CQUN-fy SHERIFF COUNTY TREASURER Dwnght Siler Phone 79 Helen March Phone 7I COUNTY AT'rokNEY COUNTY CLERK John Whelan Phone 260 C E Brass Phone 96 COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS Neal V Golden Phone 704 PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY Pl-IELPS CLINIC 203 South Macomb MALCOLM E PHELPS MD Surgery Phone 62 C RILEY STRONG MD Obstetncs Phones Office 62 Resldence ORIN J I-IAKE MD Internal Medacune Phones Offuce 62 Resndence JAMES P JOBE MD Internal Medlclne Phones Offsce 62 Resudence I The Talk Goes On About The New Clothes DR C A BENTLEY JR Dentnst Lnebmann Court Bldg DR JOHN MOGAB MD Physucuan and Surgeon 104 West Hayes EARNEST W POTTS D DS JOE M OZMUN DDS 204 206 Cstlzens Nat Bldg THE FASH ION CENTER Phone 359 : ' , ' 283 - . - - - : ' , ' II8 I I : ' , ' 40 III SHULTE OIL CO TONY'S FOOD MARKET Evans and Oak Phone 707 622 West Watts Phone 1953 BOBS GRILL WYNES GROCERY Hamburgers 201: Coneys 206 309 North Bickford Phone 174 CLYDE R MAXEY EL RENO RADIO 207 E. Woodson Insurance 207 North Bickford Gene Dyer CRYSTAL LAUNDRY 8: CLEANERS HUTCI-IINSON NURSERY 114 North Choctaw Phone 11 or 58 1206 Sunset Drive Phone 542 EL RENO PARTS MOORE JEWELRY 116 South Choctaw Phone 1266 218 South Bickford Phone 627 HAROLD S GRILL HAMMONS - CAVIN Hamburgers in Basket - 354 101 North Evans Paint and Body Shop s I I 9 I CGIGIIOVG D050 Fran building hor own lumber yard LUTHER C GADBERRY Investments III South Rock Island DAVIDSON 8. CASE LUMBER CO matchnng colors for walls cerlmg wood work un SPRED SATIN and SPRED LUS TRE PAINTS 321 S Choctaw Phones 16 or 231 O "Dealers in America's most beautiful . I .. I - I - II I 112 869869. COMM?-G14 DEAN PORTER A Philosophy ln the beginning God created the Heaven and the earth and all that therein is. There was law and order and the law was great and there were many facets. The many laws interacted in numerous ways but each law in itself was constant and depend- able and not subject to change. Then God created man and gave him intelligence, wisdom, and a spirit which enabled him to love and to want to be loved, and this is the nature of man. But the flesh got in the way of the spirit, and there was sin, greed, hate, and war. With his intelligence, man discovered more and more of the laws of God's making. Sometimes he applied those laws in love to create a better way of life, and sometimes he applied them in hate to destroy his fellow man. But the laws did not change, and will not change, and will remain as constant as the Universe. Then God revealed unto man by way of his intelligence the laws, with which, in strife, he can destroy himself, or, in wisdom, he can develop the spirit and embrace his fellow man in brotherly love. God is Love, and He created man in His own image. May the spirit win. Ray P. Porter, Dean El Reno Junior College 'II4 1 DOYLE BILLER RUTH ANN HALACKA Vice-President Socrofary GEORGE HEDRICK Prosidonf ,x BETTY MEYER CAROL ounnm Troaluror hporhr 'I'I5 CHARLES ANTHONY JERRY ALEXANDER MAURICE AUSLEY Forestry Business Adminisirafion Business Adminisfralion mu. MRS. 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El Reno High School - Boomer Yearbook (El Reno, OK) online yearbook collection, 1955 Edition, Page 1

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El Reno High School - Boomer Yearbook (El Reno, OK) online yearbook collection, 1956 Edition, Page 1

1956

El Reno High School - Boomer Yearbook (El Reno, OK) online yearbook collection, 1957 Edition, Page 1

1957

El Reno High School - Boomer Yearbook (El Reno, OK) online yearbook collection, 1958 Edition, Page 1

1958

El Reno High School - Boomer Yearbook (El Reno, OK) online yearbook collection, 1963 Edition, Page 1

1963

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