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

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N Ha ' f'1f5"e4,isQIfWw' 'if:fvf:g:ffre'i+fm wg-fSSfg5f'1523:35-e-fgwf x ' .4 f2 ,H ., 1 - fn ,lt 4: 0 ff-I "N ', JJ- . .dv " ' ,e ., . ,gf I 4 f 4,-,4., ff -4' f f , A Al H. 'L .,,g,,.L.:?i tv GTX ' Y f " sw "FN V'--f" 74e .4'4ndofZ4e Z of Zfmofze Sedan! 5608016 Qty, 065444014 79.567 .A- 1 To the Students and Teachers of Elmore City High School: The history of a school year is captured in a multiplicity of ways the minutes of the meetings of the many student organizations athletic events, and the memories of students, all record portions of the historic narrative of the year's doings. Putting much of this history into compact form, into interesting and enduring form, and in a form that will retain forever the romance and wonder of school days, is the province of the BADGER, This year's BADGER, the result of many hours of hard work both mental and physical, aptly carries on the tradition of the BADGER of former years. The vast sheltering tree of knowledge that is Elmore City students in good citizenship, Foreword - - - - page 2 Contents ---- - - page 2 Building Interior - - - - page 4 Administration - - - - page '7 Faculty ,,.-- - - Page 11 success. Activities - - - - page 17 Who's Who - - - page 18 Sl'l8PShOIS - - - - - page 22 Organizations - - - - page 35 Athletics ,,-. - - page 45 have to share. Favorites - - - page 57 Classes - - - - page '15 SCni0l'S - - page '77 ILll1iOl'S - - - - - page 86 Sophomores - - - - - page 91 1l1l'li0l' High - - - - Page 97 Elementary page 103 School had its beginning in l89O's, From these small roots which this tree has sent out, has grown a modern equipped building, fully staffed with a competent fac ulty, who conscientiously give of their best totrain The school, as we know it, is beginning to fulfill our dreams. Our reputation stands out as a challenge to each of us to live up to this recognition... recognition difficult to live up to but one which we strive in every way to merit. Elmore City High School has grown from a small country school to include the academic build ing, Home Economics Department, band room, auditorium, modern classrooms, an excellent hot lunch program, Agriculture building, football field, and gymnasium this year we have added a new bus shed Within these grounds, we work and play ever remembering that each branch of this tree of knowledge is a pathway to May this edition of the BADGER with its "Silhouettes" ofthe past be a re minder ofthe memories that we all Jerry Williams Editor-in-Chief Y X , f ,ag X, SF' Wet' , 5 Q 1 .5 A I 5' il .kkg kk , LQ b Q x fi f , M M M HE? Right: Editor-in-Chief JERRY WILLIAMS Left: Business Manager JAMES RINKER W'-'f1,'., I , fs ...b I I The Commercial Department of Elmore City High School under the supervision of Mrs. Ellen Dollarhide and Mrs. Bonnie Smith provides many Junior and Senior stu- dents with valuable training. Commercial subjects taught are Typing I, Typing II, Shorthand, and Bookkeeping. Some adult classes in typing and bookkeeping are also taught. The BADGER ECHO, the school paper, is published by Mrs. Smith's Typing II class. The Shop Department can well be proud of the beautiful furniture made by the boys. The department is under the supervision of Mr. Paul Sandmann. In this picture Derrel Parkey and Tony Priest display some of the furniture made this year. Derrel is a Senior and Tony is a Freshman. sw 5 .. The Home Economics Department of Elmore City is a new, fully-equipped building that is the favorite spot for many of the E. C. H. S. girls. The department is under the su- pervision of Mrs. Ethel Nale, a graduate of O. C. W. In this department the girls become skilled in cooking and sewing. Mrs. Nale also conducts some adult classes in such work as food values and furniture renovation, IB In the auditorium many pep assemblies, class assemblies, the band concerts, and general assemblies are held. Folding doors open the study hall-library to add seat- ing space. The corridor is neatly kept by the students of E. C. H. S. A favorite spot in the cor- ridor, of course, is the Coke machine in- stalled this year. This view of the corridor is in the South end of the building and it leads to the double doors that open into out auditorium. Elmore City High School has one of the most efficient and beautiful band rooms in Garvin County. The Football Banquet, F.F. A. Banquet, F. H. A. Banquet, and the Junior-Senior Banquet are also held in the spacious bandroom. Individual practice rooms are provided for the students who have practice time available. WW: A JA" 14" . Ef3f 7f ?1b'n"51if V, 3 r' , ,L A f , P fx 'H-. . V 7 ' rf"-. 'fi .,, . RN f I' , A J sv fy ?F99"" X 3 ' B fi? ,fug- El? ?"f"" 1 i 5 f., ,:. X -iw, I gf 5 - y .. :wrap -2 f . 'Q . - -W R L ' 1? 1.1 i kk A . K H - 5 wa x may nc? ..,................. .luke 7aAa, To Students and Friends: We enter through the doors of Elmore City lligh School that we may grow scholastically, socially, physically, spiritually, and increase our understanding of ourselves and ofour fellowman. I believe that nowhere is the youth of America given a better lab- oratory to meet all of these needs than in our American public school system. I believe that the students of ECH5 have met the challenge well and have developed high ideals along the way, This edition of the BADGER gives you, the student, an un- ending history ofyour past year at ECHS, The faces of many friends are here. I wish to congratulate the Sponsor, Editor, and Staff Members upon the excellency of this undertaking. Leslie Fisher Kf- M.-uf' if up 4 Kamal 7750554 79-uuqaal Message from the Principal: The work put forth toward building this annual is typical of the energy, attitude, and generosity of "our" students. They are willing to put forth a little more in order to have things better than the year before. When students are willing to put forth the effort, the awards are always justified. A yearbook, the school, or the pupils them- selves are only as good as they themselves make it. l am happy to say the boys and girls have met the challenge equally well. I hope this annual will be an inspiration to those who follow, to do as well not only with the tools to build an annual, but also with tools to mold their lives. Good luck always, Kenneth Mobbs Pictured below are Superintendent Fisher and the Board of Education: Mr. Iiiines Terrell, Mr. Roy Roady, Mr. Doyle Wright, and Mr. Adrian Williams. Not pictured is Mr. John Mayberry. PAUL SANDMAN Junior High Principal Shop Instructor CURTIS KENNEDY Elementary Principal Fifth Grade Teacher .UK L Ewa 1... 53 I i ,E Q M Q' 1 ww WWW , .' x .1 gj K 2? 4113 f KLA K1 MQW J ', 3' ff 3:2 -:JL J 5 X .nt 1:1 Q' ., .Q ,ww . In ,X 4 214241 Q ,Q 4 M . mhigyqf up 2,-if 'E , ff: wg . Ni We ,Q 5 gg 4 S: . wJ' -' 'f' im Q Q54 . ,.w1f15, J , , A M 7551 wr J: -L ' . W , i. ,f,53M 3.Ws,if2 WG 'Q 'Wg P--J" P' f-'f' ,JN N- ' ' M 35'5fw34?gf . ,Q H 1 , X QC l b M A, M M Xxfmmv, ' L v C L Q. M 1- Ax. K ?":y5g, s 'M fQ:iflf5 ' "' . up A5 " ' 'F wi? W 5 . Aw if WV LQ..-6 V if . ? 5 E: Qi is -L . Q ju ,Jap My yy V jr' N ' M' f ,g"ff,, A M SX if Y iv use Q 1 . Wk J' Q: MXR, ff Q Ai -1 'i.As . ' K, ' Tiffin, 3. ug M. T 2 ' I . 9' J X 1 5 pf ,xi as WH' IPI Qnnasq me . 5 S it Q. X, X 1 Sim 3, be . ' is S f'Q -WN Q -1 ww XX X 13 4' ,'f gg -."".f- mg 4 f 53 6 VX, WQNQWY F1 X W wx X ' N WY, . ' nik' 1 av.'l'. ,ads , ,1 ..- ...- 3, Y , B ' 1 t i .4 gif 4 2542 , .:,'ii' ,2 y 4 Y MS. V--W ' Y: I I f wry- New , , X1 i f,g,,yggQ3 ,LEA ,. u., s. -fx 1 Q X , k ffffww ub- -. .I ....muw-w-n--'---g-.nu . . ,. Q. m A -Q. 1. . -. ' K .F , :iz Q, . J stud W S N x--k wk QQ! Q V nw lu ' 5 .. ' 'H Q Sgt -V NM E X .. xc 11- Q ' - Q Y . ' Qffffff ' .. Q .V. ffl ff? .x 1- M A? s ' . , gk K , Ry-GA ., as Q3 V : j k w V lifi' 'O Y' - -. . Q g g - kk g S t f ., -if H W, 455, WXASU if Q 5 SEQ :R '- " -- Ti M l Chosen as class favor- ltes were CHARLES DEAN and LEAH MOODY, seniorsg RAYMOND IVEY and JAN TRACEY, juniorsg STANLEY WOOLSEY and GLENDA BLANK- ENSHIP, sophomoresg JERRY COMBS and FAY HANCOCK, jun- ior high. These popu- lar young men and women are known for friendly smiles and personality plus. FA - VORITES with every - one. I8 Sponsored by RITZ THEATER, Elmore City 70454 Wda I 1 tsl The Future Farmers of America chose pretty NORMA GARDNER as their sweetheart. Nor- ma is a junior who - likes Raymond lvey more than just a little - likes sports - dislikes loud- mouthed people - plays the flute in the band and booster band - plays the piano - and is loved by everyone. Handsome CHARLES DEAN was chosen sweet- heart of the Future Homemakers of America. Charles likes girls and fast cars - dislikes a lot of homework - is an excellent typing student - is known as an excellent master of ceremonies - is liked by all. MATES CONFECTIONERY, Wynnewood, Oklahoma CQ 70443 2044 45 I I I Sl Busy people around the campus are the presidents of the organ- izations: Chosen as leadersg respected for efficiencyg well- liked by everyone. BOBBY MARTIN - President of the Chorus and Lettermen's Club. JUDY HARMAN - President and drum majorette of band. JERRY WILLIAMS - President of FFA. LEAH MOODY - President of FHA, JOE SIMMONS - President of the 4-H Club. These hard-working editors spend may hours Sponsored by on the school publications. LEOTA MCGREGOR, ROBERSON 8: SHIRLY HOSPITAL editor of the Badger Echo-o-o, is quiet but WYl'll'lCW00d is loud with the written word. JERRY WILLIAMS, editor of the Badger for '58, isn 't so quietg likes farmingg is allergic to girls. Chosen for leader- ship and personal- ity plus are the class presidents: LARRY WARD Senior JERRY KENNEDY ILIDIOI' WILEY GARDENHIRE Sophomore HARVEY DEAN Freshman at 3 1 1 'z ll TI 3 UV! , A All-State ALENE HAYES . . . always gets the rebound, bas- ketball that is . . .likes a guy jf' named Sam . . .is cute as a Q- "J bug . . .smiles sweetly . . . X likes to beat Bray . . .every- body's best girl. All-Conference Football LEON JOHNSON, guard, RAY LEE CARLTON, back: BOBBY MAR- TIN, quarterback: JAMES RIN- KER, end. All of them like to eat . . . likes Coach Church, . . .are good sports . . .think themselves to be ladies' men . . .like to beat Pernell . . . everybodys best beaux. MARY ELLEN TOMLINSON, valedictorian, of the Senior Class likes Glenn . . .is a smart cookie . . . helps Larry pass Eng- 70443 KEITH MARTIN, president of the Student Council, likes a good argument . . . goes steady with Pat . . .is a good Senior . . . likes fast Ford cars . . .loves chocolate in any form . . . wishes he could take four more years of English . . .is everybody's favorite guy. lish. . . has a scholastic record that'll be hard to beat. JIM GRADY has perfect attendance for twelve years . . .likes sports. . . has a California brogue . . .likes Biology Class . . . . always sits on the front seat in English. . . doesn't like Mr. Mobb's paddle . . .likes girls, any and all. , at I I 151 Basketball Captain RAY CARLTON and King of the Carnival RICHARD JOHNSON buy SHARON HENDERSON, Queen of the Carnival, and Bas- ketball Queen JUNE BOYD cokes. RAY LEE blushes. . . plays basketball and football. . . is friendly. . . is a wolf in sheep's clothing. RICHARD is bashful, , ,favorite subject is girls . . .likes everything to eat. . .is an excellent student. SHARON is beautifully shy . .shuts her eyes for photographs. . . likes vienna sausage. . .is friendly to all. JUNE is Miss per- sonality plus. . .likes Darrel. . .goes steady. . . talks incessantly. . .is everybody's favorite. 1:5 Tall, athletic JAMES RINKER opens the door for one of his favorite Queens, pretty PAT HAN- ,. s Es COCK. PAT is Football Queen. . . beautiful and shy fto a pointy. . .is popular with everyone . . .is queenly in every way. JAMES is football captain. . .all-conference. . .Crazy 8b0UI girls . . .likes free shaves. . . has many friends. Annual Queen SHIRLEY VAUGHN and Band .Queen NEVA SUE SHIRLEY rush to class. SHIR- LEY is engaged. . . plans a June wedding . . . does everything well. . .makes A's. . is every- ones friend. NEVA talks to Paula during class . . .chews gum. . .plays a cool clarinet. . . is pretty as a picture. . . misses Thelma. . . has a personality plus. 22 looks happy. This page of 'snaps' is sponsored by Pau1's Shoe Store in Pauls Valley and Wackers 5 8a 10 Cent Store, also in Pauls Valley. ...M-sly it Q Leah, Charles, Melva, and Charles 'vilf J WA J Evans had a lot of fun attending the fair. Charles won Leah a pretty black Leon represented our school very well at the poddle. Ahl This puppy love! State, County, and Tulsa Fairs. 5 saga .ws is i 3 5 A 'Y - """'-1 - A pines.. Mr. Jackie Walker announces another much enjoyed number at the spring Mr. Vaughn makes the presentation of band Concert- The town 100115 forward Ray Faims Says y the annual band award to paul Keaung, to this concert that is given each year. NAIC you Sure the outstanding bandsman' The band scored "1's" at every concert this is funn? contest in which they entered in 1957. Left: Bob Eudaley clowns with Queen Pat and her pretty princesses, June and Neva Sue. Right: T. G. I. F. m means "Thank Good- ness lt's Friday." Schoo1's out for the week end. Everyone .4 Left: Martha Jane en- tertains at the piano. Right: This picture could lead to an in teresting situation, but Bill says he was just visiting Wiley? These Sunday after noon visits can be very nice, can't they, Bill? F? Sponsored by DILL'S TEXACO SERVICE in Elmore and MAC'S CONSTRUCTION COMPANY, Lindsay. i V in f ! I. at ifs Above: Charles combed his hair so pretty, but Jim liked this style. Below: Jerry cuts his birthday cakeg Sweet Six- Keen. . . . . ui get Y Above: There was more than just a surprise party for Laura. It seems the birthday spanking was a surprise too. Below: Keith and Pat are all dressed up with a lot of places to go. A-....,.,.. --s. --..,, 1 M 'QI er se si H , A F' Above: The first day of Above: Pretty sophomore girls at Above: Keith earns some school and we're not Lake Murray Park. These band money for a senior trip freshmen anymore. trips are fun! on Hobo day. This page is sponsored by JOENE'S BEAUTY SHOP in Elmore City and also by the PAULS VALLEY NATIONAL BANK in Pauls Valley. Below: Judy twirled her fire baton at assemblies and Below: Norma seems to enjoy the refreshments served at 161-ry'S at halftime ceremonies at football games. We're all party: Janice is surprised by the Proud of JudY'5 3bi1itY- photographer, K-419' 1rgi,m. Below: Jerry and Joe have a good time at a church social. Everyone in Elmore Ciry had fun at the Halloween Carnival. The proceeds from the carnival went to the band, Competition was keen for the Queen race, but the sophomores won by a large mar- I gin. Bingo was a big attraction for the crowd, The food conces- Queen Shawn Henderson and Kmg RIC sions were also a very popular place. Many stands reported a lot of business. hard Johnson march down the aisle for the coronation ceremony. Crown bearers Susie Mobbs and Jimmy Lee Paul stepped proudly down the aisle with the crown for the queen and king, This page is sponsored by THE BAND PARENTS Below: The Queen and King are crowned, The cer- emony was impressive. Each class was represented by a king and queen candidate, Above: Don and Shiela make pretty speedy partners at the Senior- Freshman party, Mar- quieta finds the whole thing a little on the funny side. A good time was had by all. The Freshmen were the guests of the Seniors who hosted the party because of the good 4- - Right: June and Judy posed for camera, Leah Bermuda shorts and shirt-tails the lady with the Moody. The new- est fashion around the campus was out. "Strictly a fad, but comfor table, " s gi ,, E c fy' A qw' .X t 'E is . QAM. Q' we lo ' ' H C-tk I 1 if ,, sx M' Y' 5' t 1. Jfgci If Yr 'B A t 'i?l.'ziii3' f -is Left: Stephen and Jack didn't mind ini- tiation. MUCH, that is! Don't look now, Steve, but your pan- taloons are showing. Pat H. is just waiting for Leah to take this picture with intentions of making the boys bow to a Senior, sportsmanship showed by the Freshmen dur- ing lnitiation. Teachers who were initiated were also invited. Right: Mr. Dollarhide looks on while Ioan and Jack "Pass the Olive" at the Senior-Freshman party. Jack looks like he has played this game before, How about that, jack? as passengers? Left: Who's the lucky bus driver who has these pretty Elmore City High School girls This page is sponsored by RAYS WELL SER- VICE, Maysville, and THE BLACK-HAWK BODY SHOP in Pauls Valley, Oklahoma. ,S i 2 if 5 Above: Larry and Pat help earn money for a Sen- ior Trip. This annual event re- quires a lot of cash and hard work. Washing and cleaning win- dows is only part of the work done each year, Below: Travis Cantwell, an ex-student, tried to crash the party, but got only as far as the door. This cost Trav S4, 00 because Mrs. En- glish sold him a yearbook, s sm SQXRS Left: Those who served the guests of the Juniors Right: Thelma and Neva Sue pose after serving the honored guests. in. Two guests: Robert and Sh ron and Wendell enterta Margaret' English Sets a a ' , Beautiful music This page is sponsored by the ELMORE DRY GOODS and SPARKS VARIETY STORE in Elmore City I llln Mft M52 HUF dull an sr - ' gr Left: Paula and David make a pretty picture before the rainbow and rain. Banquet theme: "Garden in the Rain" Right: Jerry and Leota smile at the camera. Jerry just sang "White Sport Coat" for the audience. rw. if ' e ,, ..,..,,, k , The people of Elmore City have every right to pay tribute to the Pride of Elmore City, the Elmore City High School Band, Since the organization of the band they have built up an excellent record unparalleled by bands with more experience and tra- ining, Only in the third year of exis- tence they made a complete record of superior rations and reached the ultimate goal of bands, the privilige of going to the State Contest where they were rat- ed with a "superior" standing, We wish this fine organization the very best of luck in their coming con- test season. The band President for 1957 and 1958 is Judy Harman. Organized 1954 Purcell Festival First Place Trophy District Contest Excellent Rating 1955-1956 Purcell Festival First Place Marching District Contest Excellent Rating 75a 7-Dudeag BA ND Craterville Festival First Place Trophy 1956-1957 Edmond Festival Superior Rating District Contest Superior Rating State Contest Superior Rating This page is sponsored by E, HAROLD GRAHAM, BAND INSTRUMENTS, Ada K Qwuwwi-.AA ..t.. g K 43? Ta Q ,Z ..f- - X... U If QQ... , 2 'QL-. - 9444- 1 Q W 555 f fi rw ef f ,a5-7? KET! 1 9 5 4 w,0 ge, , , "MN , N, .L N.,-.Ax A ,x k.,. , . ,D y- f . .L 'sg 'GNJQW x A ,- . .1-.sr K f Q V Z f X Y x A A a- X, f I h""1-q, . ,-. P ' N5 'Z fmv 6, ,mVV -W' f"f 'I' LEM? A 'wfzfbtf fa, iw K HW,E,,,, - Q .ff1g'Z',' ,Y ox A0 ICS! ,A R Li K . 2 ' 1 - X 3 T ' - 3 ax fi xi Vg, u if, K .VS 5 bl! 's CAFE Q2 , X ...- ,, VL N, 4 5' ly! Q 1. ,mm ' www? The Pep Club is sponsored on this page by HANKINS STUDIO in Lawton, Oklahoma. The Booster Band is the newest pep or- ganization in our school. The Booster Band plays at all Pep assemblies and is very popular with the student body. School spirit has been at an all-time high since the for- mation of the Booster Band. Mr. Highland, the band director, sponsors rhe twenty-four piece group. 32 The Pep Club is the oldest pep organ- ization in the El- more City Schools. This year, Mrs. Nale and Mrs. Dollarhide sponsored the club for one of the most successful years in its history. The Pep Club attended all of the home games and cheered the BADGERS to five wins during the season, Mr. Sand- man was a faculty advisor who also sponsored BADGERETTES. The Booster Band is sponsored on this page by PATTON EQUIPMENT COMPANY in Oklahoma City Ng., Y us' 5 'awww - S' . 512- -s H X A Q ig , H QV 5 ' .iw . I .jg 1 . 1 1, A , . , wif Vi ' s - ' 4 mn-" ' ., K. - 2 - ,, xx I. .5 . . ga., ., 3 V 1 ., . . . X 1 1 r X Q V i 2 ni.. 2 I I' 1-Q f f H Af 1 ,f , -4 -TH 'Ai' fi fi N Q Qi? fx gwgg Q 9 I , . 5 4 . XJ i . K A . f Qi' 3 3 Ah f i ' M3 V yr g ig Ulf? Wil I gs Q ws 5 2 5 wif if , .L ,, : K E - 1 1.1 ig ,, in ge Q a ' Q 5 Qi e fff QS 3- 'NP Q- . gvlx 3' if EE i ni K . ,q X ' LVL ' A X :Ti 'W ., 'Q 1-. 'WN.,,,,. Q Kim'-X'?',..g5-gg, X" ,,,A,,,,,x , g g 'W i 5.5 3 -sg X. xii'-L ---' ':: . 'R' 1 N . f a: .,x+.l uxivl AMN: . : 325. 1 , i li 5 fx zu im -x g. ,, 4 x ...lm Q' gsi fig g K 5 ' 5 fs, v-fi , I 4 N9 ,S Il ii? , we 3 9 k as SQ ? Q ls Wg S 3 '. Rx, wg! VL, . E K IF BILLIE ENGLISH W,-L' ,awww IERRY wn.uAMs f gl , . -. - . f X ' Edxtor ln Chle . h JAMES RINKER Qi, . f2 Business Manager I BOBBY MARTIN Junior Editor 'Me MSX ,4 Sag! , KQV l Y S Ji- - . .Q x . ,qv H 3 tty. 5 ,, . fig 1-A apr KT' LEAH MOODY Sta ff Member LARRY WARD Sports Editor I CQ 'N .Af 1' L . 4' 5- A , pi' ilf, QA xl S L: N, r , f , . w in, I kQ ,f ME ,ra -A N " , T X f ,1 - ' ELLEN McNEILL LERAY KENNEDY Staff Member staff Member f.." MN balm IUDY HARMAN Staff Member VEROGUE BEGLEY Senior Editor SHARON BRADEN Sales Manager LEON JOHNSON Assistant Sports Editor ...E ,,.. Q fra? wmv b A 5 'E ' A 1. Viv' f 7' nik . JUNE BOYD Staff Member rslggfgw ' 'gl . l P 4 ti' li ill 7.7,-4, This page is sponsored by DA LES LUMBER COMPANY in Davis, JERRY WILLIA MS , President swf' fra -""" ' 1 Mr! G Q 'W' . 17 The Future Farmers of America is a comparatively new organization at Elmore City but it has shown its superior qualities in forms of leader- ship and participation in all types of activities. Mr. Cantwell is the advisor of the F,F,A, boys and the officers are Jerry Williams, Thell Phillips, Keith Martin, Raymond Ivey, Gordon Henderson, Jerry Kennedy, and James McGregor. .X .X , 1, , Q X 1,0 rj' to l' 40 ' . I Ciiiio - xx-Q. 4"1v s xxx 43 q' Ji.: H" I -1. f' ' , PI., tl if I' Q F lv F ' K" vo ws . 41 The F, F,A, boys participate in various types of contests and listed below are some of the winnings. LIVESTOCK. . . High Individual Dairy Judge at Tishmingo, ELECTRIFICATION, , , First place for two consecutive years in the State Rural Electrification Contest. SPEECH, , , First place for two consecutive years in the Area Soil and Water Conservation Contest and Second in the District Contest, SOIL CONSERVATION. . . First for two consecutive years in the Garvin Soil Conservation Contest, First place and High II1CliVidU81 in the Plant Identification Contest. HORTICULTURE, , , High Individual. i, . 7, , ,W Left: Mr. Cantwell looks over Warren's hogs that he plans to show at the Fat Stock Show. Right: James and Jerry showing their registered .- cattle at the Elmore City Fair, James took his cows on to the County show where he did quite well, .g 5-R ,ng -wmv Left: We are holding our regular monthly meeting. The mem- . bers are voting on a ' "' ' motion, M , :,,.,C ,R M- Nm -W' Ni Right: Thell Phillips with part of his herd of registered sheep, Thell has won top prizes at every show he has attended, p Left: Leon Pirtle shows one of his barrows at the Tulsa Fair, Leon won One hundred and five dollars in premium on this barrow, Below are listed the boys in the F, F,A, who have made the most money on their F,F,A, projects the year of 1957, Donald Moss - - - - - S1,090, 97 Sam McCaski1l - - - S1,0'74, 85 Jerry Williams - - - - S1,057, 49 Keith Martin - - - - S 998. 57 Then Phillips - - - - - S 983. 58 James McGregor - - - - 5 959. 58 Gordon Henderson - - - - S 883. 58 Jerry Kennedy - - - - - S 712, 58 Gerald Bryan - - - - - 35 713. 58 Wilbur Bullard - - - - 3 648.49 39 fi 'Q 9 il ', 'A ' .V , A 'if' fl :'w' ,Vt F rwswmsmmfwmsasaaskws " pk, V gtmcnw-N. ,. ,.. 3-We ' AF l .Q wg. . . ,. .I be ta ?.7-414, This page is sponsored by the IGA GROCERY and DODGE PHARMACY in Elmore City. NAR v I :NN hw Q '. 1, 3 Emi la Wi .. LW 2 f, JR' 3 ilu' ,l ,VC lwwvwgr "Our emblem bears the name of our organization around the top of the plane and around the lower side is the motto, "Toward New Horizons, " In the center there is a house supported by two hands symbolizing that the future homes of America are in the hands of its youth, " The Future I-lomemakers of America chapter in Elmore City has been an active one under the guidance of its sponsor Mrs. Ethel Nale and its president Leah Moody, The girls have gathered toys and repaired them and gave them to the children at the State Hospital. They cooked and served the football banquetg they cooked pies and cakes for Thanksgivingg they attended the State F, H,A, Rallyg they sold magazines: they did many other things, Officers are Leah Moody, Presidentg Bonnie Tomlinson, Vice Presidentg and Leona Moore, Secretary, Chapter parents are Mr, and Mrs, Truman Moodyg Mr. and Mrs, Bill Tracyg Mr. and Mrs. Fred Henderson, LEAH MOODY, President WN,-Q A , Wm.-X, . A --W, -was W5 mp Q Q m m L 'T O is Y E g w Q ? il It 0 s' ' ' G ' ' r , --V' , ,L , - ' ' 5,53 X X x 8 s fi 9 fx if "'+ , L xi ' - ... ' ' xg . X X y 9 Nga f , , ' Q' yy- T f "' i v Q, it v- I , w- V 4 . i5'Af'f5:v:.5 V5 K'3-4. V gh g 5 'fi iTf 3 .ff QR A , 5 - Q NA' in K' nb jg 2 Q. JS gg a . , 1 2, 53 ,F 'Y A " : Xf Qf 5 gi' 5 EFg,Q f3'n .2 fWmws xg9 E" 5 Raj g , 5 'gr' 5, sg f -Q' " . " W 1. ,ggi .ff 9 W Q' me ,X s' ,J bk?- L Q 'ff 5 I xv ' V Nik 'ff x , iq g-pg, s ju. - ,. D' V' ' ' Gr' f A ,4 x X, 'Ji . N. 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This page is sponsored by THE MAYSVILLE NEWSg Maysville, Okla. xg .D - if 9 f FT,-s - X N kfsllf Ni 'S X x The Badger Echo-0-0 was organized this year, We are a member of the Student Press and the Oklahoma lnterscholastic Press Association, The staff attended the O, I, P, A, conference held on the campus of Oklahoma University, The paper is published by Leota McGregor, Editor, Leah Moody, Co-Editor: Keith Martin, Charles Dean, James Rinker, Yvonne Blankenship, Jerry Wil- liams, Virginia Hursh, Ruth Morris, Melva Martin, Martine Huebner, Mrs, Bonnie Smith is our very efficient sponsor, All members of the paper staff work voluntarily and receive no credit for their work, The paper is sold for 5gt a copy and all money is used for purchasing supplies, LEOTA MCGREGOR , Editor L. T A www? 125555 S QW si: 4 A fi - - m . X, S. -' 'fl f Sf' fi :Q f N!" N- If -? - 125532 i fl? kk lf' 7 L X If 4 ' ,Afn r 1 'A' A. ,, L, . af- ,M . A' Q 'fo '. . . ,Q -' .ng Q hhk. - S M J, W? ix: . 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V ,-.., "'L'wuf no K M aug H'S82ai3kFil vers AN' FIRST STRING - Split "T" Formation ,.......-MM ..--....-. .X-Q... 1957 BADGER RECORD Elmore - - - - 13 Ryan - - - - 0 Elmore - - - 6 Alex - - - - -19 Elmore - - - - - 13 Maysville ---- 59 Elmore ------ 14 Rush Springs - - - O Elmore - - - 0 Davis - - - - 13 Elmore ---- - - 35 Pernell - - - - 13 Elmore ---- - 0 Wynnewood - - - 34 Elmore ------ 6 'Tishomingo - - - 6 Elmore - - - - 0 Coalgate ---- 14 Elmore - - - - - 13 Marietta - - - - 6 'Elmore won by pen- etrations four to one. Badgers tied for in conference. All-Conference Ray Carlton Leon Johnson James Rinker Bobby Martin second IA MES RIN KER Captain End All-Conference JAMES RINKER End IIM YORK End f af' 4. I H -nr- H S .X J N ll n-n!"'! ,Q IN Q I -,Q A ..,4...f NJ K x A l V LARRY WARD Center ' Lf LERAY KENNEDY -, End ROYCE LAMASCUS JOE POTTS Back Back Sponsored by C and S CLEANERS, Pauls Valley, Oklahoma- WILEY GARDENHIRE BILL MERCER Tackle Guard BRYAN CARLTON LEON IOHNSON Tackle Guard 69' vs-bg L 0 wr ,.f" - Q. A Ai . N 12..,j':g A 5. Q Q s X..." '2 LA RRY WA RD BOBBY MARTIN Back JOE POTTS Back RAYM OND IVEY B ack 24, . l ,A ,ar ,X I 5 A ru' Center RAY CARLTON Back w ' cr '1 Q'X Xi . X R.. -Q-of fa 1 .tr A 1 5 A 'R 'X' .--4, 8 1 E 0 o-.M on Sr-f A -x ,igmi . 3 ix ' v'3l5k'ia- f Masta 5 ' fi Eiwvl' M' V if avi . A k-1 A 3 , ,,v 'Z 'X 4' was XE ' , V' V xl 4 Vx 1 f 5 X 4' 5535? 'f 1 ,5 'iz' Q M M, if ' V U 1 ,, . 1 X W X 1 is Q .1 A l X X T K 'KX -. ,Q 5 ig, V A ggi gifs, nfl ik mi' x isa ,1i:"' 1 wma ,Ml . N K.-li,-ffgfig g,gi,'fg.,Q, If. ' .x..j1ffR? if .ig 1 ffffsfi f W W g -1:1 7 'vi wea.f,2 i ' M N? mi '- ? M , fwx' YUQL-Nf-:xiii L' . , . x 5.. .,, fi-an ,-agp K -Q 'iv-'EQ ' tins. 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Q, , , 3,' Wgf 5 we: ' 1 7 WM 53 50 Ja" ,nr .' 54 Elmore 46 Doyle 34 Elmore 43 Woodland 51 Elmore 38 Wynnewood 55 Elmore 41 Wayne 43 Elmore 28 Bray 49 Elmore 67 Marlow 28 Elmore 53 Wayne 57 Elmore 60 Paoli 48 Elmore 42 Stratford 41 Elmore 40 Doyle 36 Elmore 52 Maysville 30 Elmore 43 Davis 44 Elmore 53 Maysville 40 Elmore 54 Pernell 36 Elmore 62 Wynnewood 66 Elmore 51 Wynnewood 69 Elmore 68 Stratford 42 Elmore 62 Davis 46 Elmore 51 Maysville 42 Elmore 36 Pernell 52 Elmore 42 Pernell 51 Elmore 37 Bray 57 Elmore 55 Paoli 43 Elmore 36 Byng 59 Elmore 36 Wynnewood 48 Elmore 70 Paoli 24 Elmore 56 Latta 31 Elmore 56 Woodland 53 Elmore 49 Stonewall 46 Elmore 34 Bray 58 Elmore 36 Stratford 51 Elmore 52 Hughes 38 Elmore 53 Davis 47 Elmore 34 Pernell 37 Elmore 38 Davis 46 Elmore 26 Pernell 55 Elmore 52 Wynnewood 57 llx gg I Q47 Due to the early shipment of the annual all of last year's scores are shown above and the remaining are this year's scores. Over-all in the two basketball seasons, the Elmore City Badgers have won eighteen games and lost nineteen, Main five, from left to right: B. Blackwood R Carlton I. Rinker, J, Potts, L. Ward, ill 1 ' Vu:-iifggll '7 rfglinknnl' .1 ',' ,I-lugggatljl 1 U: .a.x' fr x. I I I ' " ua ' J 5 l'wi?l'vQ,f.i fr' l3q.'.gJ -1 ' x Q SENIORS, Left to right: J. Potts, J, Rinker L Ward and R. Carlton, x7 Above: THE BADGERETTES with Coach Charles Burnett, From left to right: Glenda Blankenship, Pat Hancock, Floy Bullard, Wanda Roady, Sue Emberlin, Pat Guthrie, Loretta Jackson, Jo Ann Woolsey, Alene Hayes, Marquieta Stubblefield, Ruth Golden, and Leona Moore, Left: Coach Charles Burnett and All-State Forward Alene Hayes, One of the guards, Frances Phillips, also made the All-State Team. Due to the advance shipment made for the yearbook last year, it was impossible to include last year's scores in the 1957 BADGER, We are including these scores in the 1958 edition. The girls in the past two years, at the time of this pub- lication, have played 51 games, losing only 4 games, Two of these to Bray, one to Byng, and one to Stonewall, all of these teams are among the best in the state of Oklahoma, The girls were winners of the County Tournament '57, 2nd place in the Lindsay All-Girls' Tournament '57, lst place in Lindsay All-Girls' Tournament '58: District in '57g Regional '57, Conference '57, fTournaments. continuedy Tied for 3rd place in the State Tour-- nament in '57, At the time of publi- cation the 1958 tournaments other than the Lindsay All-Girls' Tournament which the girls won have not been played, but the future looks bright for Coach Burnett and the BADGERETTES, Record for 1956 and 1957 Above: Coach Burnett and the girls who have won out in the com- petition for the "first six, " Standing: Leona Moore, Loretta Jackson, Ruth Golden, and Coach Burnett, Kneeling: Sue Emberlin, Alene The Girls' Basketball Pages are sponsored by THE C 8: W CONSTRUCTION COMPANY Four of the girls when they were playing in the State Tournament. Marquieta, Lana, Alene, and Mona, E lm ore 4 1 Wood la nd 16 Elmore 43 Doyle 28 Elmore 49 Woodland 16 Elmore 63 Wynnewood 33 Elmore 40 Wayne 29 Elmore 37 Bray 34 Elmore 50 Marlow 19 Elmore 39 Wayne 25 Elmore 47 Paoli 31 Elmore 52 Stratford 46 Elmore 45 Lindsay 38 Elmore 36 Davis 17 Elmore 58 Fox 31 Elmore 51 Newcastle 30 Elmore 50 Bray 33 Elmore 46 Pernell 27 Elmore 58 Wynnewood 30 Elmore 45 Maysville 28 Elmore 37 Pernell 14 Elmore 36 Paoli 24 3232 gxiord Hayes, and Marquieta Stubblefield. Elmore 54 Maysville 38 Elmore 43 Bray 37 Elmore 43 Paoli 38 Elmore 46 Davis 28 Elmore 55 Maysville 48 Elmore 47 Comanche 28 Elmore 32 Bray 29 Elmore 40 Verden 33 Elmore 44 Elk City 34 Elmore 36 Byng 41 Record as of publication '57 and '58: Elmore 58 Lindsay 32 Elmore 33 Comanche 28 Elmore 55 Byng 50 Elmore 43 Wynnewood 26 Elmore 46 Paoli 34 Elmore 49 Latta 30 Elmore 50 Woodland 31 Elmore 32 Stonewall 40 Elmore 49 Bray 50 Elmore 56 Stratford 45 Elmore 41 Davis 24 Elmore 38 Pernell 32 Elmore 66 Dibble 53 EIITIOIB 64 Bray 59 Elmore 35 Pernell 31 Sponsored by - GOLDEN RULE STORE, Pauls Valley Sponsored by - DEWBERRY GROCERY, Pauls Valley aadofagf' Elmore City is very proud of its Junior High Boys who won the invitational tournament sponsored by the Davis High School, The boys defeated Oklahoma School for the Deaf, Marietta, and Meadowbrook, The members of the undefeated boys team are pic- tured above with Coach Riley Church. Left to right: Coach Church, Brownie Drennan, Larry Jones, Don Springfield, Harvey Dean, Ray Farris, Jerry Combs, Lawrence Gee, Reggy Henderson, Jack Tillery, De- layne Smith, and Tony Jones. Left: Coach Riley Church and the Captains of the team Jerry Combs and Don Springfield. A Junior High Tournament is also being planned to be held at Elmore City, but at the time of this pub- lication, information on this tournament is not com- plete, A+: M -,-'U' Wifi Sponsored by Sponsored by KENNEDY FURNITURE AND APPLIANCE REPUBLIC NATIONAL INSURANCE CO, Wynnewood Davis Prospective Badgers ?ee 70a 7e4m 4 ' , ' . 1 4 - -W 1 rf f-mug: H- Lmniwff: -- I ' - - From row: Norma Courtney, Beverly Roller, Bonnie Moore, Yvonne Carlton, Carol Gee. Second row: Charlene Mayberry, Sheila Hancock, Linda Bullard, Faye Hancock, Barbara l-ligbee. Third row: Carol Evans, Pat Parkey, Nellie Howard, Carol Woolsey, Wilma Tomlinson. 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" BILLIE ENGLISH, Senior Sponsor "There are days when it is difficult to reason with children - - - Sunday through Saturday, inclusive. " LARRY WARD, President "My teachers think I'm lazy, my duties I do shirk, I'd do great things to show 'em, but it's just too much work. " Class President 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Lettermen's Club 3, 4, 4-H Club 1, Paper Staff 4, Annual Staff 4, Shop Award 2, Honor Society 3. JUDY HARMAN, Secretary "lf my car was a horse it would have to be shot. " Class Secretary 1, 4, Class Treasurer 1, 4, Reporter 2, Band Queen Candidate 2, Band Queen 3, Band Sec- retary 3, Reporter 2, President 4, Booster Band 3, 4, Drum Majorette 4, FHA 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, Basketball 1, Annual Staff 4, Librarian 2, 4, Chorus 4. CHARLES DEAN, Vice President "A little nonsense now and then is relished by even the wisest men. " Class Vice President 4, FHA Sweetheart 4, Class Fa- vorite 4, Basketball 1, Track 1, 3, FFA 1, 2, 3, FFA Treasurer 3, Paper Staff 4, Chorus 4. SHIRLEY VAUGHN . . . "She adds to her happiness by multiplying her kindness. " Class President 1, Class Secretary 3, Annual Queen 4, Miss FHA 3, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Band Secretary 4, Pep Club 3, FHA 1, 2, 3, 4, FHA Secretary 3, Honor So- ciety 3. IERRY WILLIAMS . . . "The best substitute for experience is being sixteen. FFA 1,2, 3, 4, FFA Sentinel 3, FFA President 4, An- nual Staff 3, 4, Annual Junior Business Manager 3, Editor-in-Chief 4, Chorus 3, Honor Society 1, FFA Honors, District Speaking Winner 2, 3, Public Speak ing Award 2, 3, Greenhand Degree 1, Chapter Farmer Degree 2, Junior Master Farmer 4, State Convention Delegate 4, FFA Superlative 4. ELLEN MCNEILL . . . "Politeness is the art of choosing among your own thoughts. " FHA 1, 2, Librarian 3, 4, Annual Staff 4., JOE LYNN GARRETT . . . "A poor life this is, full of care, We have no time to stand and stare. " Basketball 1, Track 1, FFA 1, 2, 3, 4. LEOTA MCGREGOR . . . "One way to avoid wrinkles is not to write your own newspaper. " FHA 1, Paper Staff and Editor-in-Chief 4. LEAH MOODY . . . "Never practice what you preach. If you practice it, why preach it?" Class Favorite 4, FHA 1, 2, 3, 4, FHA President 4, FHA Superlative 4, 4-H Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4, Secretary 3, Paper Staff 4, Annual Staff 4, Asst. Editor of Paper, Basketball 1, 2, 3. LERAY KENNEDY . . . "When there 's a piano to move, be the first to pick up the stool. " Football 4,Basketbal1 1, 4, FFA 1, 2, 3, Lettermen's Club 4, Annual Staff 4. JOE POTTS . . . "Boys will be boys, but girls these days run them a clothes second. " Class Favorite 3, Football 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 3, 4: Baseball fDoyle, 1, 2, Lettermen's Club 3, 4, Secretary 3, Student Council 3. BETTY PATTERSON . . . "A lady so neat, with ways so sweet. " Class Secretary 2, FHA 1, 2, 3, Librarian 3, 4. PAT HANCOCK . . . "A southern belle, free and teasy on the drawl. " Football Queen 4, Class Reporter 4, Basketball 4, Paper Staff 4, From Marshall, Texas, PE 1, 2, 3, FTC 3. GORDON HENDERSON . . "Being a senior is like being in the army, never volunteer for anything! " Basketball 1, Track 1, FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4, Student Council 1. This page is sponsored by HUMPTY DUMPTY SUPER MARKET and JACKSON FURNITURE AND APPLIANCE. , .V 1. ... .., , ROYCE LAMASCUS . . . "I grew up to be the kind of kid my mother didn't want me to play with. Football 1, 4, Track 1, Basketball 1, FFA 1, 2, Lettermen 's Club 4. n VEROQUE BEGLEY . . . "l may be quiet, but I think a lot. " FFA 1, Librarian 3, Annual Staff 3, 4, Honor Society. IUNE BOYD . . . "It 's my idea that a girl who uses her head usually has a shoulder to put it on. Basketball Queen 4, Foot- ball Queen 3, Band Queen Candidate 1, 2, Football Queen Candidate 4, Car- nival Queen Candidate 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Reporter 4, Librarian QBandJ 2, 3, Booster Band 3, 4, FHA 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Librarian 2, 4, Chorus 3, 4, Secretary 4, Annual Staff 4. CHARLES EVANS . . . "Don't smoke in bed, the ashes falling' on the floor may be your own. " FFA 2, Chorus 4. GERALD POTTS . . . "A11 my problems I'm putting away, l'm saving them For a brainy day. " DONNA TILLERY . . . "SUCCESS 3.3 I SCC it 18 YC' an sult, not a goal. FHA 2, Pep Club 2, 3. LORETTA JACKSON . . . "The difference between basketball here and at U, S. Grant is here they go out for blood. " Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Stu- dent Council 1, 3, FHA 3. WARREN CAGLE . . . "I'd rather sit on a pump- kin, and have it all to my- self, than to be crowded on a velvet cushion, " FFA 1, 2, 3, 4. This page is sponsored by McKEY'S SERVICE STATION in Elmore City, Oklahoma, 8I . JAMES ".T1M"GRADY . . . "Statistics show that the general run o is a little too slow. " Football 1, 2, 4, Basketball l,2,4, Tra 4, 4-H 2, Lettermen's Club 4. SHARON BRADEN . . . "My idea of roughing it is driving with shift. " Band Queen Candidate 3, Football Qu 2, 3, Annual Queen Candidate 3, Band Secretary 2, Vice President and Repor 2, 3, Majorette 1, 2, 3, 4, Booster Band 3, 4, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, Librarian 2, Ann Chorus 3, Band Award 1, Honor Societ MELVA MARTIN . . . "I 've found that if you have nothing t nothing. " Basketball 1, Pep Club 1, 3, FHA 1,2, Staff 4. DEWAYNE COLWELL . . . "I'1l pay for everything but the hambu FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, Photographer 3. DERREL PARKEY . . . "I may not know all of the answers bu lot of questions I haven 't heard yet! ' FFA 1, 2, 4-H 3, 4. MARTINE HUEBNER . . . "A friend in need is a friend indeed. f pedestrians ck 1, 2, Chorus a standard een Candidate 1, 2, 3, 4, ter 3, Librarian 3, 4, FHA 1, 2, ual Staff 4, y 1, 2. o say, say 3, 4, Paper rgers. " t there are a n FFA 2, 3, 4, Librarian 4, Paper Staff 4. DORISLYN DANIEL . . . "Be not the first by whom the new are Nor yet the last to lay the old aside. Band 1,2,3,4, FHA 1,2. JUNIOR BURNETT . . . "A fellow whom everyone likes. " FFA 1, 2, 3, 4. This page is sponsored by KENN Elmore City, Okla tried, EDY LUMBER CO. homa A SENIOR SPEAKS I'f1unk tests in the spring time, I flunk tests in the fall, But when I take mid-term exams, I flunk tests best of all. They are so long and hard and cold, And I tremble as I look To see the things I could have answered, If I'd only cracked a book. I sit and gaze and guess and guess And flip a coin for one, I sit and gaze and guess and flip Until the time is gone, But when I leave the class room, I feel much better then, Because I feel that fate has brought At least one out of ten! I've flunked the test as sure as life, But I don't feel outcast, For in so doing I've lowered the curve So others can say, "I passed! I " This page is sponsored by CHAPMAN FURNITURE COMPANY, Pauls Valley, and by ROY'S PLUMBING, Elmore City. ROSA JONES . . . "I get up in the morning with nothing to do, and I go to bed with it only half done. MARY TOMLINSON . . . "I don 't need lessons, I can understand everything I say. " Valedictorian 4, Honor So- ciety 1, 2, 3, 4, History A- ward 3, English Award 3, Math Award 2, Librarian 3, 4. LEON JOHNSON . . . "It iz sometimes better tew know nothing than tew know nothing that ain 't so. " Football 1, 2, 3, 4, A11- Conference Guard 4, Basket- ball 1, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Lettermen's Club 3, 4, Chorus 4, Annual Staff 4. PAUL STOVER . . . "He says a lot but you some- times have to listen a long time to find out what it is " DORIS MORPHEW . . . "The only reason some peo- ple get lost in thought is because it is unfamiliar territory. " Honor Society 3, Librarian 2, 4. JUDY KITTRELL . . . "I 'm just like Will Rogers, I never met a man I didn 't like. " Basketball 1, Band 2, 4, FHA 2, 4, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4. an-,by 1? IAMES RINKER . . . "A man who believes in Life, Liberty, and the Happiness of Pursuit. " Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Football Captain 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Lettermen's Club 3, 4. Vice President 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 3, Paper Staff 4, Annual Staff, Busi- ness Manager 4, All-Conference End 4, Athletic Award in Track 1. YVONNE BLANKENSHIP . . . "Big shots are only little shots who keep shooting. " Basketball 1, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, Paper Staff 4, Honor Society 2, 3, 4. PAT SPRINGFIELD . . . "The ideal family income is a thousand dollars a day - plus expenses. " Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Booster Band 3, 4, Pep Club 1,2, 3, 4, Student Council 4, Librarian 2, FHA 1,2, 3, 4. KEITH MARTIN . . . "The only thing wrong with the straight and narrow is there's no place to park. " President of the Student Council 4, Senior Represent- ative, Carnival King Candidate 4, Paper Staff 4, FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, FFA Honors: Reporter 4, Greenhand Degree 1, Chapter Farmer Degree 2, Junior Master Farmer 4, State Convention Delegate 4. JAMES McGREGOR . . . "lt isn 't your position that makes you happy or not, it 's your disposition. " FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, FFA Honors: Reporter 3, Greenhand Degree 1, Chapter Farmer 2, Junior Master Farmer 4, FFA Superlative 4. LANA WATSON . . . "Life is full of little surprises. " Basketball 1, 2, 3, FHA 1, 2, 3, 4, Reporter 4, Chorus 1, 3 LAURA WOODARD . . . "Her winning smile and way so sweet, Many friendships made complete. " Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Booster Band 4, FHA 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, Chorus 3. RAY LEE CARLTON . . . "Don't enumerate your juvenile poultry before the process of incubation fully materializes. " Class Favorite 2, Class Vice President 3, Football 1,2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 4, Captain 4, Track 1, 3, 4, FFA 1, 2, 3, Lettermen's Club 3, 4, Secretary 4. Sponwred by MCDOWELL BROTHERS. Oklahoma City Leah and Tom say, "This is a stinkin' good party, " We all had a lot of fun! Leah and Jerry placed last in the race at the Senior- Freshman party, wma all vu. i"""'r-M Senior Pat Hancock is crowned queen of the 1957 Badgers. June and Neva Sue are attendants. Punch, Cake, and Ice Cream was the menu for the refreshments, 6 L' 6 or 6 L' 6 Keith and Pat, the Senior lovebirds, wash windows for money for the Senior trip. 6 4 LeRay proposes to Ellen at the Senior-Freshman party, So realistic, too, Pat and Betty at the refresh- The president, Larry, and the first Grady, Jim that is, is always ment table. lady, Judy, laughing, ,,,, f ' ,s is'-"A 5- 'Y iff' ,4.w,. ? l 1 V L f! QI, a KX Z2 I 5' W! I I i , 6 6 , , my ,f -, ,nw 0 , 5 1 A-"M x PI'x".l4,Il'IIl ' " ' "' ' ' we .M f 1 ., . 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CARIOL NELSON MAX CASSELL fPictu1'e not available, Late enrollment, J RAYMON IVEY NORMA GARDNER SAM MCCASKILL ALENE HAYES BILL BLACKWOOD JUDY SHOFFSTALL BOBBY DRENNAN BETTY WHITE DAVID PATTON FLOY MAE BULLARD HM SPARKS CAROLYN RANKIN JERRY SMITH JEANNETTE PARKEY RONNIE MCCASKILL 6132? J fig A . . 'R ,E ., W ",. ? W. .iv 3' M- 5 M I VI xi le, Q M J fl, V ' Q . I . ,q ., is Z.. Y A 1 . Z A 2 53 , 4 .L i 5 Q A V 5 Vx 'Ar - .ang 9:3 va ' J .r . , av. . 1 www, 5, , .Q 'fi' ' A I ex " N 5 a "nfl: L' if' 'Z' 5 M 'I ' uU?1f",. 4.4 15 1-Q, 0 v 'hx 4, Ma t H 'FT S Q .ws ,H S.. .gig N-x x ,Q ks Ni. If ' J ,S QQ :S N A L - X f K K. s x R ,K li S, Y W - .QW X ,,,.. Q. X ' ., x ix 9 .JYQ -- sv ,. ff' .. if? M W x.-. N A A A -. R YW- Q ' .M - ,K - - 'J H 5 i K F K A VL Q 5 V X .L 3 ' X , , ny . if 2 . jg' RQ' 5 , N Hr: , ., ff, -rg K .Q ig .Q-.Mi?w 1, Zi - it X A K v ix -e""f ' ms' .f-:Q N Q 1 X kgmay. Q 12, -. - , X r Andi ., if , . , 11. 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Av Marquetta Bell Huston Brookshire Tawanna Brooks Jerry Combs Linda Bullard Harvey Dean Yvonne Carlton Brownie Drennon Carol Evans Jimmy Edwards Venita Jreeman John Evans Carol Gee Ray Farris Mary Gregg Jack Fowler Shelia Hancock Lawerence Gee Bonnie Moore Don Graves Sharon Neal Reggy Henderson Sue Parks Bill Johnson Elaine Parkey Larry Jones Carol Rinker Tony Jones Uk 2, Z K 7 A is , ff ., 1 , . ,Q 4 Q Q'- P . x F 9 S , x , 585 1 ' fx I 'Q L' in mm- ,W 41 x X 3? W R U 2 "'." 1 x ,- I f M K-if , s 5 ' N3 Q .i if 3 N N ,we uf ww v -15 qhiksvw 6 .. .Q X A iii iv N M W., 'f :ff X X xx M. . y pr 127 .1 it W? . .A az ix. '25 Q I ig-1 Sponsored by HUDSON HOUSTEN LBR, CO., Wynnewood TERRY GRAVES - - ---- President JUDY HODGES - - - - Vice President LINDA TURNER - - ---- Secretary . Q. qw BENNY MCCURDY - - ---- President PAT PARKEY ---- - -Vice President FAY HANCOCK - - ---- Secretary Sponsored by FIRST NATIONAL BANK, Wynnewood Q RR 5 i .. K- 4.5 ,. fuk ,X QQ X' ps' . I. ,. . 9 mix - K if md .A .nd i fa 'W' . . -, K - f- Q - sn: L mx -se-1' Q 1 K ,fy NN. Q, -az f -.., ' R --f, A 3 Ir sf" gl Sm Q Y Z! .il ,mm as O Ex f? a S R Af 'QF -gf 1 WX gb kr Fw M ia ' iQ1-. L '..,. 0 X x. 1- N N I ti. I 'QQ it Q WV? ag XE? 5.4 4 The Iunior High Division of our Elmore City Schools is a department any school can well be proud of. Mr. Paul Sandmann is the Junior High Principalg the sponsors are Mrs. Bonnie Smith and Mr. Maurice Cantwell, freshman: Mrs. Catherine Grady, eighth 'wx' Mrs. Fan Jo Potts, seventh. , -W., ,A c N 3 1 1 .X Mgt' as Q 2947, J M4 wx A1 11 S ' 'Lx S -is fx 1' fl? .1 X fyy ,f V lx rl ., -4. gil X -fz. 9 Patricia Bradley Tommy Kennedy Mary Harman James Russell Jerry Boling Gayla Davis Don Neal Gloria Holder Carol Davis Gary Kittrell Judy Hodges Daniel Simmons Terry Graves Louise Dill Alfred Riggles Kay Mayberry Patricia Parkey Gary Tomlinson Deanne Schamahorn Charles Willeford Sharon Sitz, Carolyn Vaughn Nelda Stubblefield, Susan Vaughn, Linda Turner, Fan Jo Potts, X f 6 S wed Terry Cagle Phyllis Chaney Tommy Davis Brenda Williams Karen Cunnius Max Drennan Ann Eudaley Kerry Fisher Sue Fisher David Garrett Carol Henderson John Harmon Marcia Henderson Louise Potts Ann Johnson David Lynn Glenna Kennedy Willard Moody Detrah LaMascus Bobby Pyle Nancy Lindsay Clarency Russell June Parks Wayne Russell LaDonna Rankin Mickey Smith Carolyn Reynolds Jimmy Woodard Kay Tarrent LaDon Blankenshrp LaDel1 Tomlinson Charles Turner Lela Croom ls ,W if sy 12 f ..,,- X 4 9 ,h f' 's Q, ,M qxmw'L 'Q lu iii? x' ,QMS EK '11 f Q19 A 4 Seam xi Q fag X 7040164 Mary Moore Charles Nation Donna Dill Benny Turner Deborah Cagle Larry Cantwell Linda Newell Sammy Riggle Mary Reynolds Jerry Brown Donna Wills Jimmy Rozzell Leslea Watson Billy Pickett Sandra Harmon Lonnie Mathis Kay Yeary Danny Davis Jennifer Kennedy Lonnie Reynolds Eileen Danials Joel Christian Belinda Welcher Freddy Kittrell Linda Lindsay John Musgrove Frances Welcher Roy Turner Sherry Mayberry Wiley Turner Edna Smith 40nd Paul Kennedy Judy Coursey Rocky Rankins Evelyn Fowler Gordon Garrett Jane! Willbllrn Veffl Fl'0dSh2fY1 Barbara Kennedy TCITY FOWICI' -Tahlma Cobb Jeaneen Cunnius Steve Parkey Carol Carter Johnny Mayberry Cynthia Davenport Anthony Bible W-1, James Pyle Dolores Robinson Charles Dill Vern Graham Ila Clark 35, Ping .5 'E' A. C-: I queer 5 ' ft- Y""r 3 diff.: fi X V if x ff , 'Q 5'4" no more s 'Q I W l ilu ,.-A ' z " fa W -v" . ' 1. Q 28 V 111 Q' QA, . " :IQ '-"'Q"..J-S movo N01 Annan: Rhonda Bible Darrell Aldridge Pamela Carter B utchie Bourne Elizabeth Damron Monty Garner Debra Eppler Eddie Johnson Anna Franks Dean Lindsey Patty Griggs Robert Mobbs Tawana Hancock Terry McCaskil1 Jan Hill Danny Neal Bonnie Jennings Maxce Phillips Clara McNicholas David Robinson Patty Ne Smith David Shirley Lyla Pyle Richard Ward Ann Rozzell Craig Wiseman Carolyn Tarrant Phyllis Terry Phyllis Vaughn Kenella Webb Janice Welcher Vickie Wells Karen Willis Iuliann Wright Earnestine Fisher Nadine Fleming ,l Z ,gl 'V sad 5, 5- S A 4 W S7 2 Q-X: 3 4' vw xf X 4 fifii Q k PLKQMQ . . 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Wood Electric Company, Pauls Valley Cresent Drug Store, Wynnewood Clements Insurance Agency, Lindsay C. 8: W. Tank Construction Company, Elmore Crabtrees Drug Stores, Pauls Valley C. 8a S. Cleaners, Pauls Valley Cooper's Dry Goods, Wynnewood Dale Lumber Company, Davis Dowd 85 Felt's, Pauls Valley Dairy Teen, Elmore City Dill's Texaco Service, Elmore Dale's Grocery, Elmore Dill's Gulf Service Station, Elmore Dodge Pharmacy, Elmore Dewberry's Grocery, Pauls Valley E. Harold Graham, Band Instruments, Ada Elmore Dry Goods, Elmore City First National Bank, Wynnewood Ferguson's I,G,A, , Wynnewood Gilt Edge Dairies, Norman Gene l-lorne's Chevrolet, Wynnewood l-lankin's Studio, Lawton l-ludson-Houston Lumber Company, Lawton Humpty Dumpty Super Market, Pauls Valley Hughes Feed Store, Elmore City Henson Insurance Agency, Maysville Hodges Cleaners, Wynnewood lrma's Cafe, Elmore City l,G,A, Grocery, Elmore Jackson Furniture and Appliance Co, , Pauls Valley John Spearman Insurance Agency, Pauls Valley John Mayberry's Construction Co. , Elmore James Supply, Maysville Joene's Beauty Shop, Elmore Kennedy Lumber Company, Elmore Kennedy Furniture and Appliance, Wynnewood McDowell Brothers, Oklahoma City Motes Confectionary, Wynnewood Musgrove Lumber Company, Wynnewood McKey Service Station, Elmore Mac's Construction Company, Lindsay Maxwell Motors, Pauls Valley Mettry's Dry Goods, Wynnewood Maysville News, Maysville Merriman's Grocery, Elmore Mode O'Day, Pauls Valley Oklahoma Tire 8a Supply, Wynnewood Patton Equipment Company, Oklahoma City Pauls Valley Milling Company, Pauls Valley Pauls Valley National Bank, Pauls Valley Pauls Shoe Store, Pauls Valley Roy Perkins, Pauls Valley Ritz Theater, Elmore City Roy's Plumbing, Elmore City Rabon Chevrolet, Pauls Valley Rays Well Service, Maysville and Pauls Valley Robberson-Shirley Hospital, Wynnewood Republic National Life Ins, Co. , Davis RAW Pump and Supply, Elmore City Ritcheson Propane 8: Butane, Maysville Service Chevrolet, Ada Sparks Variety Store, Elmore City Tom Parkey Grocery, Elmore City Trend Tank Trucks, Elmore City The Style Shop, Elmore The Pauls Valley Daily Democrat The Golden Rule Store, Pauls Valley Thornton's Flowers, Wynnewood Western Cafe, Pauls Valley Washita Valley Grain, Pauls Valley Wards Service Station, Elmore City Wackers 5 8s 10, Pauls Valley Yeary - Vaughn Funeral Home, Elmore City BOOSTERS A. L. Satterwhite Sr, Bargain Store, Pauls Valley Burnett Grocery, Antioch Dotson's Paint 8: Body Shop, Wynnewood Dotson's Salvage, Satterwhite John Marler Shoe Store, Pauls Valley Johnny Nation, Elmore City Kennedy Grocery, Satterwhite Moody Mattress Company, Pauls Valley Pauls Valley Laundry, Pauls Valley Ragsdale Furniture, Pauls Valley Shumate's Department Store, Pauls Valley Weatherford Used Cars, Pauls Valley Wester Auto, Pauls Valley A 5.-sas, '. :Sw v .x ,., ,.,l.f ff , gy , fi ef' N,, .Wm i IK. Q is ' S E A L ? , :gf 5 .,.X.X.. ...,..,.,,.. ' .,.,. mg GENE BOYD P. O, Box 421 Sales Manager CONGRAT ULATIONS, o QUALITY "THE SURE SENIORS C HE KD DAIRIES SIGN OF FLAVOR i2t EQ E Norman, Oklahoma Office JE 4-7130 Res. IE 4-5734 , -1 N . 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