Elmore City High School - Badger Yearbook (Elmore City, OK)
- Class of 1948
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The Senior Class of Elmore City High School
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sponsors, who have shared all of our troubles and joys 3 to the
classes below us who are following in our foot-stepsg we, the it s
Seniors of 1948, dedicate to you, this issue of the Badger. ,QI 1,
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Editor-in-chief . . . . . . Betty Jean Rhodes
Assistant Editor...... Beryl su-1b11ng Q 1
Business Manager. . . . . . Abbie Gayle Lindsey
flj Asst. Business Manager. . . . . . . . . Gene Ray Dill 5TfL,5i'?Qa
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5' Joke Editor. . . . . . . . . Herman Horton 7 ,
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In September of 1944, forty-two wistful bright-eyed youngsters xA '
Q-it entered high school. We were initiated as such characters as
, 3 "Dagwood and Blondie", 'lhggie and Jigga", and Daisy Mae and Lil
i f. Abner'. We were active in all sports and clubs and enjoyed - '
,, several parties. He had two representatives in the Student ,:,?,,4f
Council. Our class officers wp-e: President, Glen Mullensg "'-L
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I .9 Song Leader, Ilsana Bradley, and Reporter, Beryl Stribling.
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-. . g in honor of the Seniors. A Christmas party, Halloween party, If-' " 1'
skating parties , and an all day picnic at Sulphur and Turner ' '
Falls were the main social events. We were active :Ln all
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5, Our last and greatest year of high school has come to an '5
1 end. We look backward through twelve of the most happy years '
of our lives. We have an enrollment of thirty. Our class A
- .' officers are: President, Samnq Pyleg Vice-President, Gene Ray w
Dillg Secretary-Treasurer, Joan Brswerg Song Leader, lhrgaret ""
Ann Smith, and Reporter, Beryl Stribliq.
As Seniors we are more active in athletics and clubs.
There are sixteen Senior girls in F.H.A., eight manbers in the
A-I-I Club, and twelve members taking Basketball. Two Seniors
are on the State Honor Rollg Beryl Striblilg, Vsledictorian,
and Joan Brewer, Salutatorian.
Om' highlights so far have been the Freshmen initiation,
a skating party at Cedarvale, our Christmas party, and our
:H Senior Play, 'Dena Rivers". Other events of the year, yet to ff 11.
come, are the Senior Dinner, the Jun1or43ea1or Banquet, and
h-iff: graduation exercises. 1' "
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, Sullivan, Mrs. Taliaferro, and Miss Lindsey, and our parents A Q , for their untiring efforts and patient guidance in helping us . FN 4
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SENIOR CLASS PROPHECY
As I sit here gazing into my crystal ball, I can see
all my old classmates of Elmore City High School. Each in
their own way climbing toward the top in their chosen pro-
The handsome face of
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about of modern theatres,
This is the one where all airplanes and helicopters can be
parked and you can enjoy the show without leaving your
plane. And of all things! The young woman collecting the
tickets is Ida Ruth McNeil. I didn't know she could ride
a motorscooter, did you?
Glen Mullens comes before my eyes.
since graduation? The crystal
is the manager of the most talked
the WGolden Airway Theatren.
The crystal is clouding, and a new face is beginning
to form. It is the face of Joan Brewer. She is teaching
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from the far
Home Economics at the University of Oklahoma.
rried and seemingly very happy since returning
northg the climate was much too frigid for her sunny nature.
as he is much
It also seems to have agreed with her husband,
happier since she is happy.
Again the crystal clouds and clears. Whoever on earth
could this face belong to? It's one of those that only a
mother could love along with all the rest of the girls! Oh,
yes. It's Gene Ray Dill! That famous grin of his has made
him quite a success as the manager of the Dill Brothers'
Service Station in Elmore City. The feminine trade is so
great that cars wait as much as two hours for just a little
free air and water. Plus a smile from Gene Ray ---- Sigh!!!!
OH! OH! Look at this profi1e...it can be no one else
but that gay Lothario, Wilburn Pickett. He has climbed the
ladder of success in Hollywood as a producer. All movie
are easy on
aspirants try their best to act in one of his
Wilburn picks only those that have talent and
the eyes. His male leads are nothing to talk
Yes, Wilburn has certainly attained success.
any the author and producer of 29 short subjects about the art
?kJQ' of raising white mice and training them to perform in public
QE? And who can this pretty face be? Why goodness me, it's
Yi? Jn Jaunell Pollard! But just look at the other faces appearing
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5 you know who their faces look so dirty. STRAWBETRIES .......
STRAWBERRIES .... You might know they would choose a profession be
f-fl? that would concern Strawberries. However, all their straw- Kgs?
berries are of uniform size and so advertised. They eat all
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Vivian always was one person it was a pleasure at whom to '
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wg, though it has paid big dividends. She is personal secretary N
Q to the President of the Selman Oil Company, who is none other
than Gene Selman. At last, he has realized his ambition! He Q" ,fl
now has his own desk upon which he can prop his feet without '
Arg danger of someone objecting. Except of course, his secretary ',..,s
Oh, Oh, Gene, here she comes.
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can distinguish the face of Lenora Pyle--whose last name is EEL'
now something else. She is co-owner and manager with her Wggl,
husband of the most exclusive night club in Oklahoma, "The
gww Florentine Gardens", located between Pauls Valley and Wynne- T710 'e
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works, of course Bob Hope, for whom Lola Faye Graham writes V V.
e ' scripts--also uses her in the "Dear Miriam" skits--and pays Q her in tooth paste for her services.
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very puzzling. Oh no, here comes the occupant and its none Jia'-QPR
' other than Sammie Pyle and with him two beautiful secretaries, QQU'
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always knew her nature was so obliging that she had to do c
something for someone all the time.
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sux and I see T. L. Clark resting on his large ranch in Wyo- ff?
if Q ming with Richard Lindsey, the foreman, giving orders. As
jx -1 T. L. never liked to keep books he has Ima Ruth Mercer
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W when her car stalled near a forest fire. Margaret's latest Q"
picture is "My Highschool Days", which was filmed in Elmore '
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- They were the 191.7 champions.
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Wanda Jane Dill is secretary to C. A. Romine, the most
xw popular of modern essay writers. C. A. dedicated his last 4-
3-,f ,-.-1 and most romantic essay to Bernyce Reeves, who is the owner I
of the most esclusive millinery shop in Los Angeles.
Nell, such is life--and so much for the future of the
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Last Hill And Testament
The time has come for us to pass on our treasures and achi-
evements to the class who will follow us. We wish to extend
our best wishes to our followers and hope they will do half as
well as we.
As we have attained our goal in high school education, and
are graduating, we the Senior Class of Elmore City High School
of 1948, being of sound minds and bodies, do hereby make and de
clare this to be our last will and testament, as is attested to
this 17th day of May, 1948.
We bequeath the Junior Class our ability to play ball and
chew gum. We leave them all our A's and F's, too. We leave
our quarrels, and friendships to each individual. We pass on
to them the History questions we couldn't get and the English
poetry we failed to memorize. We leave all the typing ergsers,
typing paper, and pencils that we did not need. We will to you
all the sleepless nights we have endured before test days. To
each one of the new class, we leave a peck of worry and a
bushel of work, as well as our individual wits.
Glen Mullens passes on to Jack Hughes his ability to win
women, especially Wilma Jean Roady.
Sammie Pyle, our class artist, leaves to Clyde Knight his
ability to draw.
The scholastic ability is left to Madge Shirley and Nadine
Conrad by Joan Brewer and Beryl Stribling.
Lenora Pyle wills her ability of being engaged to Bobbie
We bequeath to Windol Nation and Jack Cantwell, Harold
Cantwell's ability to be witty.
T. L. Clark leaves his place as forward on the ball team
to Floyd Bush.
We pass to Vernon Adams, Richard Lindsey's quiet ways.
To Mary Jo Mobley, Beatrice will her giggles.
Our male song bird, Gene Ray Dill, wills his singing to
Wanda Jane Dill wills R. T. Plastar to June Kennedy.
We bequeath to Loretta Eppler all of Clarene Emberlin's
Woodland boy friends.
Our girls' basketball trio, Marion Walston, Margaret
Horton and Lola Faye Graham, leave their positions on the main
team to Elwanda Anthony, Wanda Dearman, and Voncille McGee.
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of the Senior Class--attached or unattached.
Kenneth La.Mascus wills his new car to Edward Daughtery. 'XF'
The giants of our class, Abbie Gayle Lindsey and Vivian
Johnson, leave to Eva Smith their size---5 feet, 1 inch. G
To Venita Womack, we bequeath Ima Ruth Mercer's beautiful
Ida Ruth McNeil wills her place as waitress at Perk's oi
Cafe to Mildred Moore.
To Margaret Ama Walston, Jaunell Pollard wills her sunny
disposition and sweet smiles.
Bernyce Reeves bequeaths her brown eyes to Waunice Brown. "
The tynist and pianist of our class, Betty Jean Rhodes,
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our "high" mah, c. A. Rohihe, wills his height to Pete 'il -h
Harold Shelton leaves his ability to build model airplanes
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.45-:'5igF.' Fifty-six Freshmen entered Elmore City Highschool in
1945. Officers for the year were: President--Bobby
H McCaskillg Vice-President--Edward Dawsong Secretary--
2 4 Uaunice Priestg Sponsor--Mr. George Harden. Q1
The following year we saw only 1,6 Sophomores starting c
is an to school. Our class officers for this year were Deryll N
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4, Eppler, Secretaryg Sponsor, Mr. Burl Kennedy. Our class
- " queen was Eva Smith, who reigned as Carnival Queen by an 6
W overwhelming majority.
Our ranks were thinned again this year with only 35
' A . enrolled as Juniors. Deryll Graves was elected President
7 " T for the second yearg Floyd Bush, Vice-Presidentg Loretta M 9
9 g f Eppler, Secretaryg with addition of two reporters, Madge
Shirley and Loretha Riggles. Mr. George Seaton and Mrs. H '
Meda Eoutwell are our class sponsors. Our class mothers P- '
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Our history is incomplete for we have another year ,
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Secretary President Reporter
History of Sophomore Class
Ne entered highschool as Freshmen in the year of 1946-47
and were initiated by the Seniors. Mrs. O. L. Stewart was
chosen ss sponsor. Our class mothers were Mrs. C. E. Fchey
and Mrs. VJ. E. Dodge.
Ns started our Sophomore year off by electing our class
officers. Pete Stephens, Prosidontg Alvin Turner, Vice-
Prosidentg Maxine Roady, Secretaryg Wilma Roady, Reporterg
wsnette Priest, Song Leader.
Our sponsor is Mrs. Bradley and up until now we haven't
elected our class Yothers. nS Sophomores we take part in
all school activities.
Delores Harmon, Agnes Morphew, and Wands Dsarman received
awards for their good work in mathsmetics.
Seven basketball stars shine nroudly from our girls side
of the class. A
Elsie Riley was our oloss nominee For queen in the
highschool division during the race for the HAnnual Queenn.
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John Shipley Betty Barnes Weunette Priest Wayne Stribling
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Myrtle Mae Jones Venite Womack Voncille McGee Rose Moore
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Sam Runyan Elsa Riley Delores Harman John Nipper
Hilda Guthrie Jr. Kennedy Luther Pickett Bobby Prim ose
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Clara Belle Dawson Jimmie Harmon Carl Ray Shirley
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Betty Turner Rankine
Mildred Johnson Irena Manasco Tommay Smith
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Sue Priest Leon Lynn
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2' their life. Buddy Patterson, Jackie Brewer, Carl Ray
, Shirley, Madaline Pyle, and Sue Priest. n .
Leon Lynn, Thurma Jean Iles, Barbara Hood, June Long,
Aid Bobby Mclntire come from other schools in the state,
X -V while the rest of the students have come from out-lying
districts. We enjoyed our class party very much the I,
first semester and plan on happier days the last semester. f f,
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Emberlin, Margaret Horton, Elwtnda Anthony,
Dearman Wanda Lee
Second Row-Miss Hinkle, Voncille McGee, Fey Graham,
Marion Welston, Doris Cottrol, Elnora Emberlin,
Maxine Roady, Mr. Kennedy
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We started the season off with a bang! The first game of
It the season was with Parnell. We defeated them nine points. 1'--ix
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iff coaches, Mr. Burl Kennedy and Miss Emma Jean Hinkle, we went
5 places. Of course we had our defeats, but they were few.
rg We entered the county tournament at Pauls Valley, ,4-
I - H February 5. We defeated Stratford in the first game by two points.
'f' In the semi-fi nals we defeated Paoli fifteen points. Then in
it the finals we defeated Wynnewood nine points, bringing home the
22 trophy, of which we were very proud. '
A On February 25, we entered the Uistrict tournament at Davis.
Nw, We met Springer in the first game, defeating them eleven points. ff nl
5495 . We were defeated in the semi-finals by Pernell seven points,
X which ended our last game of the season.
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if Margaret Ann S.: Clas:x:taz-ted before I got here.
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Mrs. Mobbs, Lenora Pyle, Glen Mullens, C. A. Romine,
Herman Horton, Sammie Pyle, Betty Jean Rhodes.
Wanda Jane Dill, Abbie Lindsey, Vivian Johnson,
Ima Ruth Herser, Margaret Horton, Jo Ann Bwewer,
Margaret Ann Smith, and Beryl Stribiing.
gg Irs. Bradley, Eargavet Ann Smiih, Denaii Pyle,
?auneire Hullams, Glavine Embarlin, Ileana Bvailwy,
Qobfy Je Frimvose, Lemsma ?yla, Hindu Jane Dill,
Marv Fave Stephane, Hi?Ga Guthrie, ?3FiGF Ualsaam,
Lola Fwys Swxhnw, Milred Johnson, Rlyvne McCa3?5l3,
Eatty Jean Rhniws, Jo Ann EWQwQv, Vivian Johnsen,
Ncvma Jean Phillins.
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P We have 39 members enrolled in the Senior 4-H Club. The , X
,Q officers for 1947-48 are: ,Lim
4 , President Bob McCaski1l .I U
Q2 Vice-President Gene Selman A
' Secretary-Treasurer Joan Brewer A'
-X Song Leader Ileana Bradley L1
Reporter Beryl Str-ibling 1 Q Qi:
47 .1 Coach Mrs. Don Smith Jr. V Nl
1 The Elmore City Senior 4-H Club placed first at the County 4'
4 1 Model Meeting Contest at Pauls Valley in 1946 and again in 1947. Q
Doris noch-ay, Harvey Richardson, Bob McCaskil1, and Edward
. 7 " Dawson attended the 4-H Round-Up at Stillwater in June, 1947. f' Q
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22 At the Style Review last spring, Harvey Richardson won
5 33 .5 Grand Champion in "Best Dress' class. There were other placings
by members in the blue and red -ribbon classes.
ff At the County Fair last fall we had these placings: 1 3,
f 1 7 Grand Champion, 2 Champions, 6 Firsts, 5 Seconds, and 2 Thirds.
Vt--ia Joan Brewer, Bob I'1cCaskill, and Gene Salman were three of ,
YQ Garvin Countys' representatives to the State Fair. Joan was a
member of the Horticulture judging team that placed first. Joan .S ,
placed sixth individually. '
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,E , for the following year. The officers were elected as follows: Qi
15.59 President Joan Brewer fi?
f Vice-President Lola Faye Graham ' X
2 'Q Secretary-Treasurer Beryl Stribling '
'N' Song Leader Margaret Ann Smith F"
35 Ass't. Song Leader Wanda Jane Dill
Reporter Ima Ruth Mercer ff'
4, E Historian Lenora Pyle
1 Parlimentarian Vivian Johnson 5 if
Q' t Sponsor Mrs. J. L. Medlcnk af.
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if A ing the new members by making them wear cotton dresses, aprons, 913
f their hair tied in a scarf or in a hair net and carry a piece of Q
.fo kitchen equipment.
'AKIAJ We have regular monthly meetings and each month a different lm
, Mk committee has charge of the program.
K3z'y?'Q The high lights of the year have been the formal candle light Qi?
initiation service where each new member was pledged into our. clubg
the Christmas party where "Crazy" gifts were brought and exchangedg g,
,r v participation in an assembly program, and a Valentine party. gi?
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-I iffy We sent packages containing food, cloting, ornaments and
35 makeup to different foreign countries before Christmas for our I
ya National Project. gailgi
:t I The F. H. A. is selling pencils with Elmore City School J f T '
A printed on them for a money raising project. D
I New officers will be elected in May for the new school year
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Graves, Ms?ie Cook, Pai Hood, Bernice Ficfmtt, Jerry
Top Row---James Narnia, Junior Daniel, Robby Moore, Theresa
Neal, Billy may Howar6, Anna Les Ranking, Mary
Evelyn Grady, Paula Head, Mrs. Kimbro vh.
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Ggrniyn Stribiing, 3evMv3Qy Aem3, Sammim Jsbasfu, Barbara
Hwwh, unwise Rigbmw, Yaris gviffwong LQS. Eyle.
fefwn ?vw-Cnwtfs Zeng, Lwe kilx, Lsnzy Muffin, Sava Fav.er2, ',' Clara
Jn iowvm, ?vQrEenw Fawrh, .agrE Hatiwvwwr, fCTmKm 'hodss
5h5W?e3 Cum ins, Murlieam ?augi.
TREF? Haw-wiameg Movvis, Sway Svmwdww, J.?, Rigilfa, Fsnaii
Kiiivvli, Tvny ?ar?zY, QTYRB Jean Eyatt, Q unice
Vwimfcgm, LQvsrE Mffniymw, hifi Faye Stuard, Jimmia
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Pegpy Graham, Aleta Smith, Paul Eggleston, Clifford
Haley, Ruby McNeill, Taleta LaNascus, Wanda Hvrcherding
Bobby Shiply, Foy Hawkins, Donald Jwngs, Beryel Waldon,
Loretta Pickens, Martha Chilcoat, Jearlene Courtney,
Howard Johnson, Jimmie Hipp, Jse Harmon, Johnny Golden,
Dcrf+kv Graiv, 5i'?y Jo Hard, Carl Bowela, Roger Rolin,
Jerry Worley, Stella Martin, Barbara Vaughn
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:irwt RswwUNiss Hinkle, Hilda KeSmith, Mandy Sue Lynn, Ruben
Grady, Jr. Yoore, Jerry Clar?, Jcrral Branes, Sue
Dill, Terry Ciark, Dcnra Qrewmr, LnBeth Naticn,
Swcfmi Rnwmwiary H Diliimghav, Xwfxa Lev ifcfa, Linda Jennings,
Maverne Hayes, Dei rea Tf'mas, Doyle ?kilfipa, Billy
Carson, Gaaridean ?t9sell,3alvin DamEelS,
Tiird How-- Kaatker Rrilsh naar, Qhilia TwwQinsQU, Qcrcthv Smith
Earnha fhip2ey,?iI?y Rblix, Heath Dewbervy, Sonnld
Reich, Qayne ?1am?imSkig,fmrry Arre Fmith, Rcwena
Srirley, Iva F nies, Lucille Turelay, Joyce Pyle
-Manda Mia Parkey,
Clara Jo Higbee, Barbara Tarrant
Billy Ray Tomlinson, Barbara Tompson, James Bunyan
Don Speaks, Billy Jacks
Mrs. Smith, Bobby Stubblefield, Richard Lakascus,
Margaret Harmon, Rex Hill, Charles Borcherdin
Gerald Bunch, Don
Carla Jo Bradley,
Mary Ann Cassell
Billy Ray Bush, Martha Long,
garry ?hillips, Larry Dean Ward,
l, Wilma Jean Russell, Charles
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First ROW-midi ienmady, George Hill, Leman Smith, Hermit Kimbrcugh
Hobart Smitkwetwr, Grave? Eqlevtan, David Shapman,
Pkiiiw Clark, Qmwgze Casxall
Lea md Zmwwkrs. Qmle, Travis Qamxweli, Dale williams, Floyd
A Riggles, Rwy Pickens, Basil Hursley, Kfmixe ?ennedy,
Jerry barren, Susanne VradlQy, Joan Ywrris, Janice
kann, Royce La?ascus, Zdward Tarrant, Jfmry Don Rankin,
Canter Hmm-Derrail Sell, Swhnry Lee Gmrmer, Jayne NcNeill, Treman
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First Row--Keith Eartin, Qwna ,wvry, Daria MorpVrw, Slann Nalin,
Jerry Qilliams, Charles Howard, Betty Turner, Eetty
Shannon, karma RoutweZ3, Beveriy Camper, Janet Sickena
Second Pow-Judy Harmon, Biily Bowles, Paisy Rogue, Eevayne Colwell,
Jorisiyn Haniel, Junior Bunch, Vcbert Grisham, Panzy
Boyne, Linda Gravss.
Third Rsw--Hrs. Cala Uomald Johnson Jimmv Sradv ilien Hcieill
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Francia Smithpetnr, Judith Kittrell, Shiriey Vaughn,
Carolyn Rankin, Joe Jennings, Mary Sillespey, Harrell
Furkey, Jimmy McGregor, Loota NcGvagor, Fhall Terry.
'ivwt Rewfwiwfry fmiih, Eafvay SHQWS, Hari Yhcmasan, Jwxnjtg
53VW3U, SHWPEQ Pav Gy, fay hunch, Don Com'v, Hue
Xariim, Yhelma Prxsit, Judy B1av'h rn, wQHiFEl Ayn
5872 Sum Shirley, Zeta Giihewt
Jermni Raw-Jimmy Anderson, Doriby Fig leg, Tovvv Qgiiqg, Jqngg
Farfey, Eilly Roore, ul we Smith, Qi by Martin, Pat
Vff??i, Harold Clark, Karmuieta ?tsbElefie3d, hcnnia
Sue Towlinaon, Jsxs Rasa.
Third Woww-Larra Hckeill, Ken Jennings, Silly Pmssmll, Nmliio
M153 Lipdggy Surry, Ybliy Yurner, Jerry Kennedy, David Qriskam, Max
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