Elmore City High School - Badger Yearbook (Elmore City, OK)

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'55 e dgel' IS complled and presented for your enjoyment by the members of the Semor Class who hope that 1n lts pages you will find reminders of pleasant assocxatlons and happy hours and that for you it w1l1 prove to be a valued record of the years 1948 49 at Imore G fig Dfigfrscfvoo 'k i DICATION In honor of our Semor sponsors Mrs Meda Mae Boutwell and Mrs Wanda Patterson we the Semor Class of 1949 respectfully dedlcate this volume of THE BADGER By thelr klnd and patlent guidance we have advanced another step toward the h1gher Ideals of life They have not only served the students of th1s school as vlsors and lnstructors but as trustworthy frlends sharing our problems and maklng They are loved and respected by all who come ln contact with them Thelr ad v1ce, asslstance and encouragement have been md1spensab1e ln the preparatlon of our 11ves to meet the obstacles m our chosen fxelds of endeavor The Semor Class and a host of frxends jom in wlshlng them contxnued success and happlness ln thelr task of teaching others 3 ' ad- our search for knowledge more enjoyable. ACULTY CURTIS KENNEDY Grade Principal Basketball Coach and Science B A Degree, E C S C Serves as Technical Sergeant in U S Amr -.f BURL KENNEDY Superintendent of Schools American History B S Degree E C S Ada Oklahoma Sersed tn U S Army as Special Agent tn Intelligence Service GEORGE SEATON High School Principal fMathematlcs and History, BA Degree, E C S C Ada, Oklahoma Notre Dame Umxeranty, Fqrcg South Bend, lndxana 5 Served as Lieutenant Q g I in U S Navy j L MEDLOCK MAEZBELLE. BRADLEY ALMA W MEDLOCK Industrial Arts Engliah and Music Home Economics B S Degree,O A M C B A Degree,E. C S C B S Degree O U Stillwater, Oklahoma Edmond, Oklahoma Norman Oklahoma Ed M Degree, O U Norman Oklahoma fu 'E MEDA BOUTWELI.. LARA MAE LKNDSEY WANDA PATTERSON English and Social Science Primary and Fh-at Commerce EI C S C B S Degree C S C B S Degree Ada Oklahoma Fdmond Oklahoma Ada Okhhom, 6 LUCILE DYE OLLIE. WARD VERGIE MITCHELI Eighth Grade Seventh Grade Slxth Grade Life Certlllcate LU: Certificate Elementary Certificate C S C Edmond, Oklahoma E C S C E. C S C Ada Oklahoma Ada Oklahoma CAROLYN COLEZ EDNA SMITH MOZELLE STEPHENS Second Grade Third and Fourth Grade Fourth and Fifth Grades EZ C.S C Ada Oklahoma Ada Oklahoma Ada Oklahoma 7 Elementary Certificate B.S.Degree, E.C.S.C. A.B. Degree, E.C.S.C. ADMINISTRATION BUILDING BALLARD STRIBLING Clerk AND GYLANASIUM EDUCATION CLAY DOCKRAY DALE LINDSEY Member Director 8 GJCJQP EDITOR ASSISTANT EDITOR BUSINESS MANAGER ELENIENTARY PICTURE SUPERVISOR SOCIET Y EDITOR AR T EDITORS ADVISORS ABR 9 .........7f::.... .-....... . spam-S Emma ...... IIf....ff..Ifff ..... III ..... ......... I Floyd Bush 1' 'I M X I 3 ' v U' I Madge Shirley joyce Neal Clyde Knight Lahunta McIntyre Loretha Riggles Nadine Conrad Windol Nation Mrs Bodlwell Mrs Petter!!! fx x X W SENIQRS MEDA BOUTWELL Sponsor I DER YLL GRAVES President Glee Club LAHUNTA MCINT YRE Reporter Badger Staff OUT OF SCHOOL LIFE INTO LIFE S SCHOOL WANDA PATTERSON Sponsor iirfffffw LORETTA EPPLER Secretary State Honor Society Office Badger Queen .IACK CANTWELL Song Leader Glee Club Athletics FLOYD BUSH Vice Prelldent Badger Staff Athletics MADGE SHIR LE Y Reporter Badger Editor Glee Club Valedictox-len 11 State Honor Society NADINE. CONRAD Salutatorlan State Honor Society F H A Historian Badger Staff EVA SMITH Librarian Glee Club C LYDE KNIGHT Badger Sta!! EDWARD DOUGHERTY Glee Club MACKIE EDMISTON JUNE DOUTHIT Llbrartan Glee Club F H A .1461 4 LORETHA RIGGLE LORECE PICKENS Badger Sta!! 4 H Club 4 H Club Librarian F H A F' H A Ofhce 12 '-::"' JOE LI-:E AA. fir- WINDOL NATION Glee Club Badger Sta!! JOYCE NEAL Badger Sta!! Glee Club I xx MILDRED MOORE Glee Club CI ' 4? A fXD nov Jos cmmss 'CP' R OBERT RUSSELL Athletics Lf? BOBBY MCCASKILL NORMA PHILLIPS A I COIN 41-I Club Athletics 13 SENIOR PR OPI-IEC Y One day 1n 1960 I plcked up the july edition of Llfe Magazine and who do you thlnk was the ed1tor'P Why Madge Shtrley of course It seems that Madge has had all the edltorxals written about her classmates at Elmore Cnty Hlgh On the cover IS a plcture of Norma Phillips a famous actress who has just starred 1n O11 Town a production of her home town My but Norma does look beautiful On the fxrst page 15 a story of a three thousand acre Texas ranch owned by Mackie Edmtston Oh yes, I remember htm very well Here IS a plcture also I draw the conclusion that Mackte did not like Oklahoma too well but he did like some of the things that were tn Oklahoma from what I can see in thms ptcture There stands Robert Russell as chlef foreman for Mackie I could have guessed that I can hardly tell who this woman IS she IS qulte fat and looks to be about twenty eight years old Oh yes, I recognize her now It is Eva Smith who is chief cook for the ranch Eva I almost failed to recognize you wtth that extra one hundred pounds Here IS an account of the greatest o1l well in the world It was brought ln by the famous geologist Roy joe Grimes Where could tt be located but rtght in the heart of Elmore City It also mentions h1s secretary Lahunta Mclntyre who is a great help to hmm and his work On page four is an edxtorxal about an expedition to the moon in a new type plane Wmdol Nation IS the pilot of th1s expedltion and Loretta Eppler ts a1rl1ne hostess for the crew They have a regular schedule from New York to Los Angeles I could have expected that from Here ts an advert1sement Let me read it to you Quote Buy the new type car called Dynamite The sun on the market Manufactured by the famous automoblle manufacturer Edward Dougherty Unquote On page six you will find a ptcture taken at the Wh1te House and a very mterestmg ed1tor1al on the struggle of the Negroes entermg the schools of Oklahoma One of the senators from Oklahoma Floyd Bush is takmg a popular stand And does he look dlgmfxed 1n that picture Next we find the announcement of the marr1age of Mtss Joyce Neal to her ex boss Oh So that s the reason she was so Interested in becoming a secretary Here is an edttorlal on radio programs, including a symphony orchestra whose master of ceremomes IS Deryll Graves and jack Cantwell IS the stngmg star I knew there must be some klnd of talent nn our class Here It is already perfected On page ten is an account wrltten about the United States 4 H Club Supervxsors v1s1t to the Club at Elmore Cxty Who do you think he turns out to be? Yes you guessed tt It IS Bob McCask1ll Here is a picture of a distinguished lady Why that IS Nadme Conrad she IS Dean of the Women s College at Chlckasha From this edztorlal I conclude that she ts well loved by all the students I knew that Nadme would be successful in life Next we fund an account wrltten about june Douth1t She IS an old mald school teacher at Elmore She teaches the second and thlrd grades We all thought june would make a good teacher And here I find a long artlcle on the career of that talkative lad tn our class A j Conn 14 ' l 0 Ol ' ll ' - , ' . , . - h , ' l . . . . , . . ' I . I . . . . . . ? , . Windol, couldn't ou ? Y . . . ,, . . , . 10 . , , I . . . . . . . . . . . . , , . . . . , . . . , . . . . . . . , . . , . . . I . . . I . Remember he couldn t decide between the profession of a lawyer and an architect Well he is now one of the best known lawyers ever to graduate from North Texas State College Denton Texas Who do you think this picture of a U S General occupying japan could be 9 Why it is joe Lee joe doesn t look as though he has changed much in the last ten years Near the back of the magazine are several editorlals about successful housewives Let me quote them to you Quote Mildred Moore settled down as a successful housewife for a brown eyed soldier The former Lorece Pickens is now a housewife specializxng in raising Roses Of all things I never imagined this just listen Loretha Riggles is now Mrs Admiral Davis Paul Dill jr and IS doing her best to build up the Navy Last, but not least is an editorial about a photographer who happens to be Clyde Knight The pictures of his classmates in this magazine were taken by him He also helped write the editorials Although Clyde is making his home in New York he recently came to Elmore to take the Seniors pictures In his leisure time he writes books about his school days at Elmore City Well, such is the future of the 1948 49 Seniors of Elmore City I can still say that that was the most mteresting magazine I have ever read Of course, it would be to me because I was so fond of my classmates You should read it ometime because I have just hit the high spots here I believe that you will find it interesting also SENIOR CLASS WILL Madge Shirley wills her knowledge to Pete Stephens, Betty Barnes, and Martha jo Sanders Lahunta McIntyre wills to Tawanal-Iarris her competence of using make up dlscrimmately Mildred Moore wills her hair do neatness to Ruby Nell Hughes and Doris fCottrellQ Teel Loretha Riggles Wills to Ruby Nell Hughes her way with the sailors Clyde Knight wills a case of dynamite to Carl Ray Shirley to blow himself through high school That s the only way he can get out Eva Smith leaves her giggles to Bern1CePlCketf and M8218 Cook Eva would also like to leave to Betty Barnes her ways of ignoring anyone who does not appreciate her company Floyd Romeo Bush would like to return to Melba and Blanche the extra name they so admiringly gave him Loretta Eppler and joyce Neal donate donate , to Agnes Beth, and Barbara or just all the girls of Elmore City High School Charles Williamson s attention Edward fEdd1ej Dougherty wills to Bobbie Ray Evans one Tom permanent The waves are so much softer, Butch Robert Bob, Russell would like to apply, just in case, for a good POSltl0ll on the basketball team next year jack Songbirdl Cantwell wills his musical talent to john Nippe Roy joe Grimes wills the attention Miss Lindsey gives him tn study hall to Pete Stephens Mackie Edmiston wills his whiskers to jerry Ray Smut'- Norma Phillips wills her dates with Fuffy Terrell to Madalme Pyle june Douthxt wills her affection for T L Clark to Mary Evelyn Grady joe Lee leaves his rowdmess to Bobby Nation Lorece Pickens leaves her ability to hold her man to Doris Roady Deryll Graves leaves to john Shipley his way with the girls Wmdol fwinkj Nation leaves to jimmy Harmon his courage to try anything under Mrs Bradley and get away with it fl-Ie thinks Bobby McCask1ll leaves his broad shoulders and athletic figure to Olen Anthony A. j. Coin leaves his good manners to all the boys of Elmore City High School. 15 . . . Q - 0 su . - - We the Seniors of Elmore City High School, do hereby will and bequeath: . 1 - v .y . I J . . ' c a 0 u o o f a o l o L . Q4 'fr-7 if -15: SENIOR HISTORY 1948 1949 ln September 1936 hfty four bright shtnning faces appear ed in Mlss Lmdsey s room to begin a long struggle to the top Today we realize that nt has been a hard struggle but we have enjoyed every trial and hardshnp At tnmes we were good and at tnmes we were bad at txmes we were smart and at tlmes were dumb but we pulled through somehow Eight years later on May 14 1944 nineteen happy people left grade school behmd to enter a higher educatuon at Elmore City High School In September ofthe same year thus same mneteen joined with thxrty seven from other :instructs makmg a total of Inf! six m our Freshmen class Now un the year of our Lord 1949, twenty three hopeful students are looking forward to Commencement Day 16 fw 10- :SC 3 L? K PETE STEPHENS President BETH HENTHORN Secretary BILLY DON GRAVES Vice President LETAVAE RAwsoN JUNIOR CARLTON WANDA ANTHONY WAYNE STRIBLING JOHN NIPPER VONCILLE Macs:-: Bonnie: DAMRON Jol-JN McNElL,L JOHN smpuszv HILDA Gun-mxz CHARLES WILLIAMSON wn.MA IEAN nomav jUNE KENNEDY DONALD PHILLIPS AGNES MORPHEW JUNIOR KENNEDY op omores 19 DELORES HARMAN BOBBY WELCHER MAXINE ROADY GEORGE DALE MYRTLE MAE JONES MARY FAYE STEPHENS MARTHA SANDERS BETTY BARNES DORIS fCottrel1jTEEL PRESIDENT LAURA GAR VIN SECRETARY ELNOR A EMBERLIN VICE PR ES IDENT FRANKLIN ROLIN SUE PRIEST JERRY SHANNON BARBARA WARD 'Lad' nj .5 51 Z0 Lom FP YE TARRANT JIMMIE HARMON MELBA CARIKER JACKIE BREWER Tommy smxrn JUNE LONG mossy NATION BARBARA HOOD MILDRED jOHNSON GLEN LEE MADALINE PYLE RUBY NELL HUGHES CLARA BELLE DAWSON BLANC!-IE McCASKlLL KENNETH COURTNEY moms fD0ckrayl MIELOT VERN COIN LYNETTE LAMASCUS LEON LYNN GLENN CURTIS LEWIS ELLIS ,IUANICE MULLINS CARL RAY SHIRLEY IRENE MANASCO WANDA MAE EMBERLIN ERBIE NIERCER NEVA TOMLINSON BOBBY MCINTYRE PQS ITIQI1 BILLY RAY HOWARD PRESIDENT CHARLOTTE ROADY SECRETARY N HAWKINS VICE PRESIDENT Z1 VERNIE ROSE J. . MAZIE coox Ross Lozunn BERNICE Plcxzrr J c HENDERSON EUNICE EARL GRAVES THRIISA NEAL JUNIOR DANIELS JERRY RAY SMITH OPAL HUFFMAN MARY EVELYN GRADY DONALD MELOT DORIS ROADY D PYLE SHIRLEY MITCHELL BOBBY EVANS AMES MAXWELL GERTRUDE PRICE BOBBY CHRISTIAN ANNA LEA RANKINS BOBBY SMITH J. . J i .i JAMES MARTIIN GERLDINE CARLTON OLIN AINTHONY PATRICIA HOOD MARILYN CURTIS Mrs Boutwell And so, students, we come to the conclusion that nothing is impossxble Carl Ray ' Well I d like to see you ram thtsumbrella down your throat and open tt ' Mr Kennedy Did you ever take cloroform? Ioe No, who teaches that? Windol Too bad Shakespeare wasn t born in London Mrs Bradley Why so? Windol I said so on that exam Delores Are you sure that this coon skin coat wxll be warm? Salesman- ' Yes, Ma m. the fur came from a coon that died of suffocation ' Grandmother "Mr, Kennedy, was Shorty Bush here yesterday?" Mr, Kennedy "I think he said he was at your funeral." Fathers "What does this 60 mean on your biology experiment? " Don Phillips -"I don't know dad. Maybe it means the temperature of the room." Mr. Kennedy "Where was the Declaration of Idependence signed?" john S.- "At the bottom " Mr. Seaton what do you expect to be when you get out of college 7" Eddie "A grandfatherf ' Carl Ray- 'I'm choking!" Doris Fay "Can't I help you?" Clyde--"Hey, you're sitting on some jokes Icut out," Loretta--"1 thought I felt something funny." 23 ' A Y 'W22?'Mf"f' ja A .Q fit!! , .fr 7 E' V was eg: , s . Q up J Y V ,Vi E 'S I V .- .x ,V pg: K N " I I , --IO ' I . . -- A ' o I , - .0 --ll U - . --ll IO --ll O Ol . Ol ll . -- - --ll Ol . --5. ' " -0 O O A MEEWNQ br-1 F wiv CR D125 , Q 4 , .. "kt xff ix 9 49 M q "Ulm A Lb Q . i " QX iz gg NLG A " ap. "' 'D 5 R 5. N sf! ui-Q10 f 'Wc- -v-Q s. :Q .gg L 35 57 1? N' ..,. 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JOE JINNINGS DORTHY MCCLELLAN QI-IIRLEY VAUGHN GENE CURRY JAMES RINKER DON COMES JERRY KENNEDY WILLIS MEADOWS MARQUIETA STUBBLEFIELD BILLY RAY PARKER HAROLD GENE RARKEY JUNIOR BUNCH JUANITA HARMAN TERR Y NATION JOAN ROSE ARVEL ALEXANDER PAT KNIGHT EARL THOMPSON sUE MARTIN MAX CASSELL SALLY LUE TURNER LARRY CORNELIUS VELMA PERKINS ARLEN ALEXANDER MARY LOU BOWLES BOBBY MARTIN XM 7 fb .e E2 WI B I WM as 9 sk ci X 'X x!-'N 'Tx fu wr A -4... .P-,,... f SI GPG Q N' -9 X' I 4 an-xXfXx M E CURTIS THELMA PRUETT BOBBY DRENINAN NELLIE CURRY JIMMY YORK DORTHY RIGGLES WENDELL NYE JANICE TRACY DAVID GR Isl-IAM LINDA JO I-OWLER JERRY EMBERLIN BONNIE TOMLINSON THELL PHILLIPS JUDY BLACKBURN KEN BRAIL Jn:NNINos JUNIE STELDON HARVEY IIAYI-:s JBRRY SMITH LARR Y MCNEILL STANLEY BRANTLEY NEvA suE SHIRLEY ANN HUGHES OLEVIA CAMPBELL HUBERT MORPIAIEW JOEL coox BILL I-IULLET MARY ANN SHIRLEY MARTHA JANE LEE BILLY CARPENTER JUDY RANKIN JOAN GASTINEAU FERN STUBBLEI-'IELD MARTHA JANE LEE DANNY GRIFFINE GAYLE GARDENI-IIRE VALERIE JO HOUSTON KATHERIN MARTIN JOAN PYLE BILLY MOORE LINDA TOMLINSON JIMMY NYE PAULINE MARTIN JIMMY COURTNEY METI-IA JO WARD PHILLIP NATION LATRICIA MAYBERRY WILEY GARDENHIRE KAY PYLE EUGENE CHILDRESS SANDRA FOWLER RAY BUNCH Qr,,j,, A. 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'-2, 0 , 4 L' - " I ' ' ,g -4 'E , ' 4 A 7 . x 'Pa 2 I S ' ' ,I , I , I f I E I - R L I Y ' i ' .. Y..,,Y- ' il 'X A I . 1 " - FRONT ROW LEFT TO RIGHT El a da Anthony Ma me Ro dy Wal a jean Roady Elnora Embg hn lrene Manasco Martha Sanders SECOND ROW LEFT TO RIGHT COACH Curtis Ken edy Hilda Guth le Laura Bell Garvin Leon Lynn Vonctlle McGee Doris Teel and Bobby W lche We are very proud of the Elmore City Badgerettes record for the year 1948 49 They have played twenty These two teamd were defeated at later games by the Badgerettes The team won both the Invxtatxonal Tournament at Lindsey and the Garvin County Tournament at Pauls Valley Brfngtng two additional beautiful trophies to Elmore High At nresent they are in the finals at the District Tournament at Davis and Elmore City ts vtsbning another trophy for the home school The Badgerettes received thetr new suits purple satin with a white E embl m in tlrrxe to wear them to the. County Tournament Coach Curtis Kennedy has done a wonderful coaching job this year and every player on the team has shown devout loyalty faith fulness and good sportsmanslup both to his fellow players and Elmore City High School We are planning and hoping to see the Badgerettes play in the State Tournament at Oklahoma City 32 .M ooxsw '6' 5 v1 , ff, .. " ' D U' I 0 ' D- Q 5 l ro 0 rn . ' PY ... .. 5' Ili' rn ' .mn i 0 :: . p I m -. a v O. . P - . . H Q . - rn 5' U ,. M ru ' O . . E. . . Q - I Q . o " 3 , rn . . FY " D' I 3 . . . ,, I '1 mn - ELNORA DORIS VONCILLI-I" BOBBY" 33 HILDA" WANDA CID-ISKD CO-Il ' wvmo Q ' . If -I M " ml . . . ug: X. m FIRST ROW LEFT TO RIGHT Kenn th Courtney jack C t ell Bobby McCask1ll Floyd Bush Erbh Mercu- SECOND ROW LEFT TO RIGHT Glorge Dale Pete Stephens john Nlppe Donald Phillip! COACH Curtis Kenndy The Badger Qumtet has played twenty four matched games this year with an approx imate ratio of fifty per cent winnings The team won a third place consolation trophy in the Invitational Tournament at Woodland Oklahoma It entered the County Tournament at Pauls Vallev, and tied the wtnmng team, Pernell in the semi finals losing the game durlng the extension play o The Badgers are known over the County as boys who play a clean game and show good sportsmanship Coach Curtis Kennedy has been an outstanding leader and the people of Elmore Cnty School District appreciate his efforts, and the efforts of the team The Badgers will lose four good players by graduahon Floyd Bush Robert Russell jack Cantwell, and Bob McCask1ll We wish them much success tn their future life Thanks for a good year Badgers 34 PETE GOAL SUCKER "COACH" 35 STRING BEAN DON FN August September September October October October October November November November November November November November November November November December December Decembe r December December December December December December january anuary anuary anuary anuary anuary january january january February February February February February February February March March March March April Aprxl Aprll Aprtl Aprxl May May May May May Z3 Z4 Z5 26 17 18 january Z 14 15 Z5 Z6 SCHOOL CALENDAR School began Senlor party for Freshmen 4 I-I attend State Fair Hlgh School Queen Race Sentors w1n Queen Race junlors glve hay rlde Sophomore party Sentor pictures Ballgame at Cox Cnty Ballgame with Hlckory Open house School plctures Ball game at Doyle Semors have dinner Thanksgtvtng Holtdays F H A assembly Ballgame Ballgame Ballgame Ballgame Ballgame Boys ball wlth Hughes at Pernell wtth O S D at Woodland at Hickory tournament at Woodland Teachers party Chrtstmas Trees Chrlstmas Holldays Ballgame at Maysvmlle Ballgame wlth Wynnewood 4 H attend banquet Ballgame at Hughes Girls Tournaments at Lmdsey Second Semester Ballgame Ballgame Ballgame Ballgame at Pernell at O S D at Wynnewood wtth Woodland County Tournaments Ballgame with Lindsey Ballgame at Davts Ballgame at Lmdsey State Teachers Meetlng Semor party Regional Tournaments F H A have party jumor Plav Sophomores gwe second party Semor Day trlp to Ada Freshmen s second party 4 H attend Model Meeting Semor Play F H A attend State Rally jumor and Sentor Banquet Senior Day Program Semor Trip Baccalaureate Exe rctses Commencement Exerclses Last of School plcmcs .....3o.... . .....l1-l5.. .. ....19.. . ' ' -' ....1z.... . . . ' ....19.. '- ....19... ...za .... ' ....z5 .... . . ' ' ....z6.. . " ' ....1o ....... . ....14 ..... . .. ' ...16,,.. . ...z1 ........ ..z3 ....... . ' .. .... 4.. .. .. ' J .. ..5 .... . . .- J .11 ..... J .. .13,,.... J .. ..1v .... . . . 1 .. ..1s.. . . . .. .z1.. . . .25 .... . .. . .za .... .. .. ' ....3,4,5.. .. ....11,18.. .. . .. ' ....z4,,.. .. ' . .1s... .A '- .. .... as ..... . . ' ' .1s.. . .- ' ' .... .1s.. .. ' ..z5 r..... .... . .. .z9.. . ' ' .....zo.... . . ' .z3,z4.. . .. ' ' ' ...z7... . " 37 in 'U BQ qev ueen JA 7 :xx vb' Queen Loretta was crowned by Deryll Graves bemor Class Prestdent between halves of Doyle Elmore Basketball Game October Z9 1948 3 .-1' 7. W. va IH '? orellu pf? QF ? Q, Fe," 8 PCI Q UQQYI Queen Carolyn was crowned by Sammy johnson eighth Grade Class President in Assembly October 28 1948 CGPOIQH WP AHQU G nfs Lonzrxu mccu-:s PATRICIA HOOD MADALINE PYLE MAXINE ROADY Fre hm Sgphom 1' un, f 39 G A Hiqlw School J Slole onov ocie q FIRST ROW Lora Faye Tarrant, Mildred johnson june Kennedy, Barbara Ward, Patrntla Hood Delores Harman SECOND ROW Sue Priest, Myrtle Mae jones Agnes Morphew Nadine Conrad, Loretta Eppler Madge Shirley FIRST ROW Mildred johnson Neva Faye Tomlinson Barbara Ward juamce Mullens Madahne Pyle Loretha Rigglea Lorece Pickens Tharena Neal, Sponsor Mrs Medlock SFCOND ROW Delores Harman Betha Henthorne jerry Shannon Agnes Morphew, Franklin Rolin Mary Stephens Geraldine Carolton Dons Fay Roady THIRD ROW Dorh Teel june Long Marilyn Curns Patrltla Hood Lynette L,aMaacua Irene Manasco une Douthh Sue Priest Nadme Conrad 40 FIRST ROW Neva Faye Tomlinson Glen Lee Barbara Ward juamce Mullens, Madaltne Pyle Loretha Rtggle Lorece Pickens Theresa Neal, Mrs Boutwell SECOND ROW Carl Ray Shnrley junior Kennedy, Charlte Williamson Betty Barnes Melba Carlker, Blanch McCasktll Clara Belle Dawson, j D Pyle THIRD ROW jerry Ray Smith, james Martin, Bully Ray Howard Pete Stephens Lynette LaMascul Irene Manasco Marilyn Curtls, Eumce Earl Graves eniov 4-H PETE STEPHENS CHARLIE WILLIAMSON STATE CHAMPIONS OF RURAL ELECTRIFICATION FIRST R OW SECOND ROW THIRD ROW FOURTH ROW Howard johnson Gerald Barnes, Deryll Carnelxus Wayne Blankenship Rex Carlton Teddy Prnest Stanley Kxttrel Charles York jerry Clark Melvin Damran Donald Welch Bully Waynlce Primrose Ella Raye Stuard Stella Martm, Mary Ann Cassel Taletha Lamascus Dorthy Grady Wanda Mae Parkey Clara jo Htgble Bully Bush Carla jo Bradley Ann Smnth Margaret Alu-e Harman Marctna Pickens Martha Long Maudy Sue Lynn Mrs Boutwell Sponsor La Beth Nahon Sue Grimes Doyle Phillips Ruby McNeal Carolyn Strxblmg Carolyn ue Wright Lynda Pyle La Vern Hayes Ruby jo Lynn Beverly Neal Pearl Ella Pursley Bobby Stubblefteld Mary Lou Courtney Bully Gasttneau joyce Pyle Bobby Shnpley Bully Gene Carson, Bonny Martln Hugh Gardenhtre Donald Kuttrel Donald Speaks Billy joe Ward james Morns,joe Harman Ruben Earl Grady Calvin Damels j T Rlggles Ben Gastineau jimmy Conrad Danny Crowder Sammie johnson, Laverl Mclntxre 41 I I V P. jaeks: , ' u I ' .I I , . : ' ' . , . I . . I . I 4 . I S J WWW 4 Easy does xt Tackle 9 Mrs Boutwell Loveblrds Oh how cute Hungry? Lose that snow Semor sponsors Freshmen Imuahon Leaders The Bumsteads The Squatley Family Wow Maxme and George 'P 'P 'P Banquet waitresses 47 Hal-Io Sxlver Maxine s X Bully and his pxgs Leon Red The Two Timer jumors Popeye and Olwe 43 Wu. The Fossul Pretty huh? Hohum Prize winners Maggie More Show offs? Hold that temper They dxdn I Banquet waltresses 4 Lazy'7 Eek a Freak Stupxd and juggs 4 ,. 4 . 1.-. H A ' :Y 1 X .vs ' XX X J. X 1. ' . l-1. I 26. ' . Z. ' 15. ' . . . Z7. . . 3. . ' . 16. ' ' ' . 28. . 4. Again? 17. Posed. 29. Shine 'um good 5. ' . 18. ' 1 ' I 30. ' " ,. ' ' 6. I-Iii 19. ' ' . 31. '- . 7, , I 20. ' ' ' ' . 32. I 8. . Z1. . 33. ' ' ' I 9. ' . ZZ. . 3-1. ' ' ' F. 10, ' . 23. ' ' . 35. . 11. ' ' ' . z4. ' . 36. 1 1 IZ. . Z5. ' . 37. ' . 13. . Mother and daughters. Quite Q family Muscle men. Holding up buildings again. Naughty girl. Sitting on top ofthe world. The Four Musketeers. Freshmen '45, My, how the Senior boys d Dead beat. Old Flarrxg. l-EIUYFTIBI. o entertain. Formal. Second childhood. just Senior girls. Show-off. Puppy love. Camera shy. jerky. Nuts jtirfbr and senmr Banquet, April 30, '-as Don't hold her so tight, Bob. just Senior Boys. Hubbal Hubba! l. PF! -F .ff 'MM W ' ill!-IPI? ,fu YB! W Rl X XX W Jfxf ff W I WY J: gl? If-fl-fgf 'A 45 Mr Medlock Alma here s a hair m the pre crust Mrs Medlock Looks like one of yours Lester It must have come off the rollmg pm Melba Are they hard on you here at Elmore C1ty'P Bob Mc Are they? Well when a man d1es during a lecture they prop hlm up in the seat untxl the end of the hour Eddie Why does your mother read the Blble so much? Mackie I don t know but I thmk she is crammmg for her fmals erry S Mr Seaton I am indebted to you for all I know Mr Seaton Ah don t mentlon such a trifle Mr C Kennedy All the basketball boys may play ln Biology today jack C Why? Mr C Kennedy Because you dndn t play very much last mght Pete S There s one thmg to be said 1n favor of Slttmg Bull Mrs Bradley What s that? Pete S He never did lay down on the Job Mr Seaton Why don t you get your lessons? Laura Bell I couldn t study The hghts went out Mr Seaton Why d1dn t you turn them on and send hlm home 'P Mrs Bradley Glve a sentence usmg the word dxadem Robert People who drlnk whiskey dxadem sight quicker than those who don t George Dale Can you tell me ln round numbers what I made on the test? Mrs Patterson Yes zero Mrs Boufwell Give me a sentence with the word ftddle Lewms E If the bed lsn t long enough my fxddle stick out Traffrc Cop Now lady don t you know what I mean when I hold up my hand? Mxss Lmdsey Don t be sally young man I taught m the grade schools for Z0 years Mrs Bradley Really Dyrll your handwrltxng gets worse all the time Dyrll Well rf I wrote any better you could find the mlsspelled words Doctor The best tlung for you is to gwe up drxnkmg and smoking cut down on rlch food and get to bed by 8 00 everv mght Charley Well doctor I hardly feel I deserve the best What s the second best 'P Mr Kennedy Nov ack where ts Clexeland'P ack Cleveland IS m Washlngton today and Bob Feller s playing Mr Seaton Mackle don t oay so much attent1on to the girls m the class Mackle It s not so much the glrls tn the class as xt IS the class 1n the girls 46 4. , . . . ,, . -- , . - so ' ' ' . 0 - as - as ,, . . . . - . I 4 O9 . ' ll ' Ol ' ll 1 ' ' ' ' li -- ' . ll ' ll J . -- . , . an 1 - - vs . " p Q on - - n u o -- D Il IO I -- a cc ' 4 - no J 0 -- u H , . . . . . ,, 1 -- 0 Cl O IV 0 -- . 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M W tl u N-.u W. nv A... f CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1949 AND THE STUDENTS AND FACULTY OF ELMORE CITY HIGH SCHOOL The Pauls Valley Daily Democrat THE VOICE OF THE GOLDEN TREND HGARVIN COUNT'S DAILY NEWSPAPER" Dcmlel s Cafe For The Best In Food In Town V1s1t Our Cafe Owned And Operated By Elmer Danlels Elmore Clty Oklahoma Steaks And Ch1cken Breakfast Served Wxth Our Specxalty Hot Home Cooked Blscuxts Hu Woy Cafe The Best In Food In Town Open 7 Days A Week From 5 AM 2 AM Mr And Mrs C D Stephens Phone 59 Elmore C1ty Oklahoma ' I at gy . . . . 1 . . ' as QI ' ' O - sa an . - . . . 1 MILNER S Ennched Bread And Fme Pastrxes Mxlner s Butereg Bread Pauls Valley Oklahoma Best Wlshes Semors Of 49 From Crescent Drug Store Reliable Prescnption Store Cosmetms Stationery Sportmg Goods Vislt Our Fountam Open Year Round Wynnewood Oklahoma PRIEST Washmg Greasmg Phone 51 Elmore Cxty Oklahoma . . . ' I 1 . . , at ' an . . . . I . . . i THE GOLDEN RULE STORE Where Service ls A Pleasure Chuck Ballard Ralph Dr1sk1ll Pauls Valley Oklahoma Look First To LONG BELL LUMBER COMPANY For Your Complete Bullding Needs Budget Plan Payment Cooks Paints Floor Sanders For Rent Phone 1 Pauls Valley Oklahoma OKLAHOMA TIRE AND SUPPLY STORE Brunswick Tires Monarch Bicycles Complete Line Of Fishing Tackle Your Home Of Better Value Wilson O Ball Owner Pauls Valley Oklahoma PAULS VALLEY ENTERPRISE Oldest Newspaper ln Gravin County Pauls Valley Oklahoma Philco Radio And Refrigerators - Leonard Refrigerator And Deep Freeze FIELD BROTHERS Phone 336 Gas, Oil, Auto Supplies Pauls Valley Oklahoma Compllments Of THURMAN FOOD STORE Wynnewood Oklahoma I C YEATS FURNITURE COMPANY Norge Appllances Zen1th Radlos Wynnewood Oklahoma Sales Servxce West Paul Pauls Valley Oklahoma Hudson Cars And Ohver Farm Iviachlnery :L lg L. S. cooDE MOTOR AND CONZPANY l ll .W f TALIAFERRO COLLINS HARDWARE Hardware And Furmture V1s1t Our Frxendly Store DEWBERRY GROCERY AND MARKET Flour Seed Fresh Meats Phone 83 Elmore C1ty Oklahoma IRA HIPP GROCERY MARKET A Frxendly Place To Trade Elmore Clty Oklahoma ELMORE DRY GOODS Doyle Combs Propnetor Elmore City Oklahoma Elmore City Oklahoma l I ' D l LAMOURS GROCERY Staple And Fancy Grocer1es Fresh And Cured Meats Gas And O11s Phone 44 Elmore Czty Oklahoma DODGE PHARMACY Famous For Fountain DT1nkS And Fancy Candles E P Ecldaley Manager Elmore C1ty Oklahoma ELMORE CITY TELEPHONE COMPANY Covers The Country John Crowder Owner Elmore C1ty Oklahoma WYNNEWOOD GAZETTE Congratulatlons To The Class Of 1949 Wynngwgod Oklahoma m I o - . . u u 1 Q I . 1


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