Enid High School - Quill Yearbook (Enid, OK)

 - Class of 1951

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I I I II II II IIII2, I5 ,,HMlA,fl I my www NMS my PW HW Sm MEMORIAL ASSEMBLYIIII-an Rum-It . .A.,A II II I I I4 'I' ' ' I ' - ' - 'W' TO OUR IIIQROIQS :Jaffa II'IlI.IIrIII II ....,..., ..A..,..,, .Y I I I II I5 MII. Uklnlwma OUTSTANDING c:ITIZFNs Ami, fizmfmd and Ann cI'myII I I I6 "ONE IIOOT IN HEAVEN"--Harold smgff ......,.....,. I.,.I I I I,I., I I7 l'l'fIff'Iuff'1"'f'1' "v UM MWIMM' SOCK-HOIIS Imfmml Ivifpbf-Us limi II II II., I.I,I, II..,,. I I ,... I II I IH Ir..,.I, OIII..I,.,.,,I. LIFE IN ENIIJ IIICQHIINMV cfm-II ..I, I ,,...,,. I....OII I II I9 ORGANIZATIONS OI? IENID HIGH SCHOOLII I 20,2I.22,23,24,2'5I 26 1',,4w-,w,IIl lrvy IIIIII SOI'I'IIwIwI'I-IIN INIIIIMING Co. GIRLS' SV'IiAx'IjI?f-I'rla'wna Inmxv and Nanny fin-fn. I II .....,.. I Z8 T Ina' ,kill Q BOYS' 5I'AII: Ronald Cfarlllrrlq ,,.I,, I II... ...,, ,,I. I ..., I I I 23 " i' I 'Im' HTIMIQ TO SING' Nnmy of.-I-If and lo Ann IImgm'fII I IIII, III l'I'lIll:Il lry IIIIII IINIII IIYINTN CRI., l'1Il:lIIili4'n :A'I:sXiEIIi!EI'?:fLc,HAN1pS ' b F I ' """"" ' """' 32' I '. 1 1 'faY1, IU ' I I I II I5IIiII, CJIKIQIIIOIIIAI BASKETBALL H W V -A rv t W U 35 I , IQ , GIRLS' INTRAMURALS Ivan Ranrk I I I Imax .SfniIIIim'I'zl luv RIIIII Sltill AIlIlI XI OI IMARNIIAII Bc,YS' INTRATVHIRAL BASKETBALL SHIV, Cbampjm H H V 38 HSYNIIIHONY, SONG AND SVVINGH Lvix Vrnablr' and ILIIIZIIIIFYIJ II'arrI'nI 40, 4I STUDIENT COUNCIL lrmn Urniry and A1ll7'l'I'll!l H1'rnI I 42 IT COULD BE WORSI2 Slurlw' Stall and lflizallrlli II'urn'nI I 44 SIENIORS OI5 I95I Slurlrf' Stull and l1ilIZfll7l'f,J IIVIITVIW1 I II II I 46,47I48,4fI - I HAIL ENII3 HIGH SCHOOL II II II I.... II II ISU, SI NUR I'URIi05I1 SLNIOIIS OI5 IQSIAIISIMIW S1011 and If1,zI.I,fIII II'arn'1i IIII 52,5354 "WIS SHOOK THI2 FAMILY TRIEIY- --Ronald clK17'lIlt'f4Q I I I 55 IIIIII QIIIII MI-IOIVINI ix flwluuiml 10 flu- Swniory of I,UN'0R5oo1f'f1'I"7f' l,"'7"'f"J1'aff "ml ,Nf"'fJ' T"""I" -"' 56- 57 V I I It , I I I I SOIII-IOIVIORLS l'ra1IIT'x Long and Carla II'llI0xIII I II IIIIIIISN, 59 l""fl Hail' -W'f'f'l- UH' Qfffll 'ILl'l,I-fdzulf' Sufi iw IIOIIDAYS IN THII WATFII Naniy Tmdlr on oi wiulniwnwz' Io pmflum- II maguzim' wlvivln in flu' ycarx 51II5I5qjH,1g,,,,,,1d fj,,,1f,,I,q ,md H,,,,,1,1'S,,1Q,,f ,,,,, I K 62 In form' will ln' II rrIf'rnm'y lmole full of rvmfmllrarlrgy "OUR TOWNI' Rlffl' DWW' "nd ,Nm R"m'I'- ' ' 63 I .I I I I 11- S I , - OUR QUILILNS---Io flnn II'agm'r IIIII I IIIIIIIII II I64, 65 "I W" If 'Of' 'HW ff' "H 'H ' I' -'vol If WW' "UW PUBLICATIONS' lo ,Inn Iafaqmf and Ijlizalzezb sm- Warrfn no, 07 llI1Iv Hliltfiiilllt' no! only Imcu, 11141 HI tbl' future years, SPECIAL DELUXE, Wanda 5-QFIW and Ann Dmknm -uluu K 68 iI't' lwlw m't'rmI11liIvl1r'1l nur 11urpnIi'L' BASEBALL MID-STATE CHAMPS -II". DI lmziav II I 70 TRACK--Chuck fIIl1f'yII I IIIIIIIIII IIII, I IIIIIIIII I I I 70 A V I xx, 1 ' GOLF--Stew' C.'lmmplinII I IIIIII I IIII IIIIIIIII I I 70 II' M fI"N"I- 4f""' MAY QUEEN, HLRAIIDI ATTIINITANTSII II I II II II 72, 75 l MAY I3IiTIi--Ann Curry and Carla II'1lt ox IIIIII II II II I I 74 IUNIOR-SFNICR RPCFIYTION In fll'IVll' P1'7l!I!'YxQYllff nml Sbirlw Slnll 75 I Irlrnliflrd by In Annr l'rnn'rrgrr1ft I-'mr lfiiwi In Ann Biggs, Aiivcrtiaiiigg Lois Vt'IIklI7It', Typing Letlia Boyle, Koduk Iiditorg Donna Bond, Ifcnturcsg Llizalicth XVarrcn, Senior Iiditorg Ruth Dwyer, Typixig INIAIIILA' 'I'iIIIIIc, Innior Iidiwr: IIIAIIICCS Long, Soplioniorc Editor: and Ann Corry, I5caturcsI SYIIIIIII Huw: Mimi AIIIIOIIII, Ifcatiircsg Ann Docknin, Typist, Marvclla Hcrn, Iicaturcsg Patricia Robison, Typist: VViInIa Harman, Typing VVanda St-L-Icy, Typist: Mary Aiicv CIIIIIIIWIII KOIIIIIQ Iimiitorg and Vcltlciia Ionvx, AtIvcrtisingI 'llvini Ifvui: LIIIIICIK AIIIL-y. 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Tlu- lmilcling mul grmuulx wl11111ilIw is luxulul luv Klum l'INllt'l' wllll l'I.lI1li lxldllllllx mul l'm'ra'st XX zu'u'u an Illt'lIllN'l'S, l I.lI1li kILll'RIlll5 is t'llAllI'IlI.lIl ul Ilu' lllmluv num mittc-1' along wirll lXlrx, l54litl1 lXl.lxlu'1lx' .xml Nlilu' XXX-lvlu'r. lIIl'llll7LlI'N, fill-llllll-III lm ilu' ll1SllI'lll1L1' L'IlI1llllllll'L' is Milu- XXR-lwlu-1' .uul lXl1's. ltclltla ljllllikllllll .uul ilu: l'lNllk'l'. l1lt'Illl5L'l'N. nlllu- ClINIULllklHN' lmmllnitlw is uvlnpmul ul ffmulmu-LI un l'.u-'v HU F ENID HIGH Scnooi. MR. DEWITT' VVALLER, Superintendent., xecufives By io ANN WAGNER The city of Enid possesses two of the finest educators' in the entire nation. Due to the unceasing ellorts of lVlr. DeVVitt Wz1llc'i', superintendent, we have one of the most efficient and smoothest running school systems there is. And, likewise, due to the untiring energy of Mr. D. Bruce Selby, principal, Enid High School is one of the outstanding high schools in the state. We-ll known for his participation in youth activities Mr, Waller takes an active part in all school and civic organizations. A very ardent fan of all the Plainsmen's activities, Mr. VVallcr is very interested in the sports field. Not only active in civic and state affairs, lvir. Waller' also belongs to a number of national organizations. He is recognized as one of the leading educators in Oklahoma. Enid has received wide commendation in recent years on the reading and correlated activities program of the Elementary Schools to which Mi'. Waillc'i' has devoted a great amount of time both in directing the pro- gram and in conference with educators from recognized schools. Likewise the Iunior High School curricu- lum under the direction of Mr. Waller has made noticeable academic progress. The academic efliciency of both the Ele- mentary and the Iunior High Schools is readily evident at the high school level, and Enid High School's record for fitting stu- dents for efficient service in business or in positions of academic recognition in universi- ties both within the state and in leading institutions of higher learning throughout the United States, is well known. This seems to bear out the scholarship 5 Mi'. Wallc'r has and wishes to see main- tained throughout the schools. Maiiy numerous duties make lVlr. Wallet' one of the busiest men in Enid. He carries out a school program for fifteen grade SC hools, two of which are under construction, Emerson Iunior High and Longfellow lunior High Schools, and Booker T. VVashington, but his modest graciousness and winning smile gives you the feeling that he has all the time in the world just for you. A graduate of Oklahoma City University, Mi'. Waller' came to Enid in l9ll as an athletic coach, chemistry and mathematics instructor. Principal of Enid High School fr om l9l5 to I934 he became superintendent in l934, the position he now holds. Nlr. Waller' has two children, lVlarilyn and Barbara. He is also very proud of his two grandchildren, David and Doug. A native Kentuckian, Mr. D. Bruce Selby moved to Oklahoma at a very early age. After graduating from Kingfisher High School in 1918, Nlr, Selby came to Enid l W mere he entered Phillips University. ln l924 Mir. Selby came into the Enid school system to teach science and coach basketball. Four years later he became principal of Longfellow lunior High School, ll position he held until I934 when he be- came principal of Enid High School. A member of the State and National Edu- cational Profession for more than twenty-five years, Nlr. Selby has just completed his third term on the State Committee of the North Central Association. 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A 1111111111111 111 w1'lc11n1i11g fnccs 101111111111-111111P11131-H11 12 Although 1950 was not the most glorious year in the history of the Enid Plainsmen eleven, the boys won some impressive victo- ries and never stopped fighting even though the odds against them were heavy. The Plainsmen wound up the season with a mediocre record of four wins and six losses, but four of those losses were by a margin of one touchdown or less. When O, T. fScuttersj Autry, last year's line coach, marched off with the fighting 45th, Ed Brady put into practice the old saying, "Two heads are better than one," when he enlisted the services of jim Stroup, former coach at Manitou, Oklahoma, and Paul Geymann, former Topeka, Kansas, mentor. The opening game witnessed the Elk City Elks, a highly touted class B outfit, go down to defeat, as the Plainsmen's aerial attack gave a 26-13 lead. This game was bitterly contested, but the Enid fans went home confident that this would be another great addition to Enid's football fame. The Enid backfield composed of Chuck Athey, Lowell Harman, Earl Baugher, and Evert Burdick, turned in a great performance. They were greatly aided by the brilliant line play of Don Thomas, Karl Geis, Max Crandall, Steve Champlin, Rodney Holcomb, and jim Finnegan. The following week the Plainsmen dumped the Putnam City Pirates 44-0 before some 4,500 screaming Enidites at Plainsmen field. A see-saw first period quarter, which pro- vided no scoring, was the only close canto of the game. With the first play of the second period, Bob Miller intercepted a Put- nam pass and went 55 yards for the first Enid marker. Earl Baugher, who was out of the line-up on the first game of the season with a broken wrist, tallied with a 30-yard sprint around left end. Burdick scored the third T.D. just as the gun sounded for the half. The second half showed the aerial at- tack of the mighty Warriors, as the rest of the scoring was a result of Baugher, Cobb, and Bogert's mighty tosses. Next, the Warriors journeyed to Norman to open the 1950 Mid-State Conference Tournament. The Bradymen got off to a quick start with Earl Baugher gathering in the opening kickoff and returning it 90 yards for the first T.D. The play of both teams was somewhat ragged, with a total of 13 fumbles and 16 penalties. Enid's second marker came when Baugher tossed a twenty- five yard aerial to Bob Miller. With the minutes ticking out in the first half, Baugher once again tossed a T.D. pass to jim Finne- gan. After moving the ball down to the one- fooffv By IERRY HERZBERG yard, Athey carried it over with the final touchdown bringing the score to 25-13. Enid fans' hopes for a Mid-State confer- ence title were scattered the following week, when the Shawnee Wolves downed the Plainsmen 14-12 at Shawnee. Being rated the "Game of the Weeku by the "Daily Okla- homan" and witnessed by T. King, former head coach at E.H.S., the local eleven showed a terrific second half, but could not seem to match that of the Wolves. Both Shawnee's two touchdowns were results of punt returns in the first half of play. Enid tallied with two in the second half as a result of a pass from Cobb to Burdick and a plunge by Burdick. Athey's kicking foot was cold on both occasions, which marked the downfall of the Plainsmen. Playing without the services of Earl Baugher, who was injured the first play of the Shawnee game, the Plainsmen met Oklahoma City Central on our home grounds. At the half the Plainsmen went to the dressing room with a 6-0 score against them. The third period the eleven showed the power they were capable of producing, as the Plainsmen took it to the three where Lowell Harman plowed over. Athey ran around left end for the extra point. Four plays later the local eleven got their hands on the ball, and once again they took it across, the try for the extra point failed leaving the score at 6-13. The Cardinals came back to tie up the score with a 57-yard run, and later in the fourth quarter scored their game winning T.D. as they left the field with a 19-13 margin. The following week the Plainsmen jour- neyed to Oklahoma City with a record of 1 win and 2 defeats in the Mid Conference play. The eleven took their worst defeat of the season as they completely over- whelmed the Plainsmen 55-0. Although they held the Hilltoppers' scoreless the first six minutes of the game and the whole third period, the Plainsmen couldn't hold the Hillers' potent aerial attack. Having a record of three wins and three defeats the Enid gridders played host to the Ponca City Wildcats. The Plainsmen had trouble getting started the first half as they went to the showers with a 6-0 score in favor of the Wildcats. During halftime the annual crowning of the Queen took place. Carla Wilcox was elected as queen with Marian Adams and Darle Sullivan as at- tendants. Lowell Harman did the enjoyable crowning. The second half saw the Plains- men come up with their first touchdown to go in the lead by a 7-6 score, a result of a skirt around left end by Chuck Athey for the extra point. With three minutes left to go in the game and a good outlook for THE QUILL BKIAGAZINE victory for the Plainsmen, the Wildcats drove deep into Enid territory and marched over to go out in front 12-6. Playing host to the Classen Comets the Plainsmen continued to hang on to their losing streak as the Comets dumped the Plainsmen 40-14. The Comets' big gun was Bobby Donley, a 200-pound fullback, who scored five of Classen's six markers. Sit fumbles by the boys in blue and white of which the Comets recovered five, aided their cause. Chuck Athey was leading scorer as he picked up both of Enid's touchdowns. During halftime ceremonies a United Na- tions fiag was presented to Principal D. Bruce Selby by Wesley McClanahan, chair- man for United Nations Week. The unlucky Enidmen lost a heartbreaker to Northeast Vikings at Oklahoma City, November 3. A former Plainsmen, Sam Clark, intercepted an Enid flat pass and raced across for the deciding T.D. in the final seconds of play. The local eleven had been leading on penetrations, but Clark's interception made the final score 20-13 in favor of the Vikings, The Plainsmen climaxed their uneven sea- son in a blaze of glory by drubbing a tough Perry Maroon team 34-6 at Perry. After a closely contested first period, the Brady boys rolled up touchdown after touchdown and unveiled a T formation play that might fore- shadow a big change of pace for next year's squad. Making the touchdowns were Athey, Baugher, and Burdick. Extra points were kicked by Athey and Haskins. january 27 marked an immortal date for 27 boys who actively participated in the 1950-Sl football season, as these boys were awarded letters and jackets. They were Dwayne Abram, Roy Arnold, Chuck Athey, Earl Baugher, Dick Bogert, Evert Burdick, Steve Champlin, Bill Cobb, Max Crandall, jim Finnegan, Karl Gcis, Lowell Harman, jerry Haskins, Rodney Holcomb, W. D. jones, john Lamerton, Charles McClure, Glen Painter, Ripper Radcliff, Ray Ruzek, Don Sloan, Don Thomas, Keith Lynn, Charles Purnell, jim Stafford, Robert Franz. Managers who did a fine job were: Dean Gibbon, Tom Venable, Gene Cummings, Dennis Ukena, David Hermanski, and Duane Moulton. When the last of the dust had cleared The Daily Oklahoman announced candidates for All State. Lowell fHorsej Harman was selected for the North Team to play fullback while Steve Champlin was selected for All Con- ference Play. 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K Oufsfan ing Gifizens By MIMI ALMOND and ANN CORRY hit-riting tht- hight-st ohtainahlt- awartls Ill IllL'll' 1'L'SPt'CIlVL' 1101415 Ill VVUl'1i itll' fill' yt-ars 1951151 havt- ht-t-u Tvlttt-vt-lla 1-lcrn. St-nior, autl john Dvkt-s, Iuuior. XVht-n 1X'larvt-lla Ht-rn was choscn as ont- o1 tht- girls to go to Girls' Nation ht-t'aust- ol ht-r outstantling athit-vt-mt-nt as Govt-ruor t.I Girls Statt-, slit- ht-gan iuuut-tliatt-lv mak- ing plans for that llllli0l'gt'IlLl171L' wt-t-lt in xN'illX1l1llgItll1, 1711, which lit-gan with a st-rit-s ol ttiiiipaigiis lor tht- o11it't-rs ol' Girls' Nation. 1X'I1ll'VL'11il was t-lt-ctt-t1 to run on tht- 1-t-t1- t-ralisr tit'kt't for 17I'L'h1t1L'l1I ol' Girls, Ntltitmlt against tht- Nationalists. "'1'ht- girls cam- paigut-t1 all wt-t-k. antl wt- stutlit-tl anti rt-ally livt-t1 a national gUVk'l'1lll1l'l1I.n smilt-tl Niar- vt-11a. XYt't1nt-stlav night 1X1arvt-11a was toltl slit- haul ht-t-n t-lt-ctt-t1 1'rt-sitlt-nt. 'lhis prt- ct-t1t-t1 a talk ovt-r tht' Voict- of Amt-rica untl followt-t1 two catupaigu spa-t-clit-s sht- hatl matit- l'Lll'11k'l' ovt-r tht- M135 hookup. "1Xlt-t-ting 1,l't'Nit1t'l1I iliruman was tltt- grt-att-st thrill ol' mv visitf' iklarvt-11a rt-attlily agrt-t-tl. Diiring ht-r stat' slit- prt-st-ntt't1 tht- 1'it lltn 1 tuition lot o stntl tn 'Nt ' 12 it ' llt. Q I Illg Cllll' - ship anti a scroll with all tht- nalnt-s ol tht- W511 citizt-ns ol Girls' Nation. Slit- hatl a 311- minntt- tliscnssion with 17rt-sitlt-nt Truman anti was pit-st-ntt-t1 on tht- nt-wsrt-t-1 with him. Wltilt- in VVt1s1iington. Ulf., 1Xlau-vt-11a hatl tlinnt-r with St-nator Kt-rr anti with Rt-prt-st-i1tatix't- Howartl Wiilson. Slit- talkt-t1 with St-nator iklargrt-t Cihast- Smith, Unt1t-r- slalt- 5t't't't'I1ll'Y XM-lmla, allul St't't't'Iall'V of Slzllt' johnson. Allitltt- girls of Girls' Nation vis- itt-tl XYas1iiiigttm's '1iom1v, autl 1X1tu'vt-11a pur- sonallt' 1t1it1 a wrt-:ith tht-rt-, XYht-n sht- rt-turnt-t1 to linitl. 1Xlarvt-11a was grt-t-tt-t1 with a rt-gular homt-town paratlt- autl was prt-st-nrt-tl with tht- Kt-y to tht- City. Bt-ing 11rt-sitlt-nt of Girls' Nation it was 1X4arvt-11a1s tluty to ntltlrt-ss tht- National Ciouvt-ntion of Amt-rican Lt-gion Auxiliarv in Uctoht-r at San lirancisco, California. This was only ont- spt-t-ch conipart-tl to 98 otht-rs mtttlt- to civic cluhs antl organizatoins throughout tht- statt-, lfarly in 1951 Rt-prt-st-ntativc Romang ziskt-t1 Nlarvt-11a to ht- a Mt-sst-llgt-1' at rlit- Houst- of Rt-prt-st-ntativt-s for a wt-t-k in Oklalioma City. To top all tht-sc achit-vt-mt-nts Mtlrvt-11a was chost-u Tt-t-nagt-r You Shoultl Know on the Innior Iunction National Radio Pro- gram anti Tt-t-nagt-r of tht- 1VIonth hv Paul VVhitt-man. 1-1t'r picture anti story wcrt- pub- Iisht-tl in St-nior Prom. Iohn Dvkt-s, chost-n from Oklahoma, Tt-xas, aut1'Nt-w 1V1cxico, was also in VVash- ington as a t1t-lcgutc to tht- Boy Scouts' Annual Rt-port to tht- Nation. Tht- top twt-1vt- scouts in tht- Unitt-tl Statt-s attt-ntlt-t1 this mt-cting ht-1t1 Ft-hrnarv 5-10. Oli all tht- boys, Iohuiwas tht- hight-st ranking out- tht-rt-. Ht- has rt-ucht-tl tht- top position in scouting, an hztglt- Scout, plus livt- palms ht- has rt-ct-ivt-tl for work tlonc 3l13lJVt' this. On top of that lit- is an Air Scout autl holtls rltt- Gotl antl Country mt-t1a1, which is tht- hight-st religious awartl for Boy Scouts an t-xt-t-llt-ur rt-cortl for a sixtt-t-n- vt-tu'-o1t1 hoy to holtl. W During his thrt-t--tlay stay in Vlfashing- ton, Dil, Iohn mostly tout-t-tl tht- citv anti visitt-tl famous huiltlings, Of courst- the high- light was wht-n tht- scouts mt-t with 1'rt-sitlt-nt 'lirumztn for an hour one day anti prt-st-ntt-ti him with a scroll telling about tht- activitit-5 of tht- Boy Scouts of 1950. Along with the Truman, lohn lmtttl tht- privilcgt- of ritling on tht- train t-xcitt-mt-nt of mt-t-ting 1'rc-sitlt-nt to Nt-w York with formt-i' 1'rt-sitlcnt Hoovt-r. Tht- boys ltatl a long talk with Mr. Hoovt-r anti t-nioyt-t1 it vt-ry much. Tht- last thrt-e days wt-rt- spt-nt in Nt-w York City wht-rc tht- boys took part in tht- ct-1t-hration of the forty-first birthtlav of tht- Boy Scouts of America. As John' says, "1t was. a wont1t-rful six tiays anti a grt-at t-xpt-rieuct-." 1n 1943, Iohu ht-gan his Scout work. antl sinct- tht-n ht- has ht-1t1 ntanv important of- fict-s. Latt-ly ht- was appointt-t1 Honorary Colonel in Govt-rnor 1V1urray's stalli. Tht- stutlt-nts of Iinitl High art- inuut-nst-lv proutl of tht- lint- work of tht-sc two vuonfg pt-oplt-A VVt- all know tht-y'11 go far in tht-ir futurt- carccrs with tht-ir outstanding quali- tit-s of lt-atlt-rship. tuxxxnxxxxnxxxxnxxxxxxxxxxnxu I SINCE i893 'Heil' of Luck to flJfL.' Senior Cfass nxxxxxxuxnxxnxnxnnnxxxnxxsxs' QA au gctwt Plat, -..AA l l It ht-lp tht' sittiatiun ant' with his tttnstant I inf t t H grip' In anl his I1rt'jtttlit't'tl itltas. Ht- wtvultl ne always shtmrt thangt' tht- Rt'vt'rt'ntl's Imax' antl tht'n ht' gavt' it tn tht'n1 in -ntall t'hanIg,t' instt-atl til' hills wht'n tltt-v hatl tti lit't'IJ it in By HAROLD tht' htiust' tnwrnigltt ht'l'ttrt' taking it tu tht hanlt. Hutlstttt XX'ilt'ttx thtl it again with his all- Dtmnaltl, ht'lI1t'tl tltt- nvwh' st-ttltftl farnilv a Tltt- lil'il'lltlS Nl' Hllfflvll llllll lIiS NNW' stllnthl Iutrtlllttitttt tml Hcjllt' lwttrt in l4l'LlYt'll.H gwul llwll' HC xlmwul tlwm tllliill lmmli 111111 ltlluin' Pl4'F't"l vlillllilm lmlw' gllui Finial 'IIIIX PIM, was Um. UI IIN, IIIINI I,I.I,IImlII,m ttmltl Illtlll many things ahnut tht' ttmwn antl ttmltn' antl anutst'tnt5'nt'ttr tlttt lanuly as wt'll t't't'r I3lt'st'I1It'tl in lf.l'l.S. antl was tlturtrttglth' lf' lK"'l'lV' HV JIM' mlll Hltffllf tht' FUWH M ilu' 3ml'L'm"" HHN lllgll Mlwul llmull t'uittx't'tl hs' tht' stutlt-nts antl latuhv. I l"'5y'l'l"ll'S mul lllmm Ill' fifl' lmlf' of flu' was ably l""i""'l""l IW limi' lam' Xvlllxlw- 'liltt- stttrs' was .thttut a sntall ttrwn nun- town' lilnyul by N""k'lll' Dlmmi' Dill-Wl.l lxlcciugln' Dllmm cilunlilwll' IU. istt-r antl his ltunihg tht'ir ttrtlt'als antl tht'ir I Sflmf' Qli flu' m'l'l'l' Wll'V"l bf RW' Xlllikllmi' and "f""'5'5 Vljmlg' - IWIIIIVIHSI RW. SIIVIIWI ImI.U.IlI.I,II ID, RIIHIIIII SIwt'nt't's ltuntls' arnst' wht'n Hartzvll 5I,1l'lIL't', ln tltt' t-ntl Quinn t'Lt'tsht'n, Pltlylllg l'mishtiIw fjIH.II,I.IL:I IMIHQIIH Im IIIHIIII, II, IIN. WNII t'tttntt'ally Ivut'tt'ttyt'tl-lay Inn l.tmu l'Xlttt'kt'x', Sht'rwtttttl, rt'st'ut'tl tht' lantily lrtmui thuir town III IAIIWIIIIII Iowa' In 'IIN VMI. IQIIII t'ngagt'tl in listiculls with Btth Iurnigan Pl'lJl?lt'lllS2ll1tl ht'lIvt'tl tttwartl ttstttrittg I1t'at't' IU NIU, UW.. IIN, I.ImI.I.II IIWH,-' HMI, IIN, Plglylllg tht' l7ill'I of i3t'tll's1,it' Digby, Gt'tn'git'. antl lAl'lt'lltlNlllI1 tltrtniglttnit tltt- t'tvttI,It't'gatitttt. mmmn, MMI his IIHIIIII. IIIIIINI IIN. IIIIIMIIIIIQI. wht: was tltt' tltut'tmttI,Iltly sImt1ilt'tl sttn tml ttnt' llI'AllL'l' SIwt'nt't-, whtt was tinls' a hahy wht'n -HMI KIM, ItIIlm.II In mmIIm,II UIMIIIIIQIII til tht- ttrwn husy lutttlit-s, hlantctl t'vt'rvtlting tht' stttry tttttlt Ivlatt, was stimmtisittgly tulling, ANI In I'-II. M IIN. town was wm.I.I.m,II IIIIII. ht' tlitl wrong un Hartxvll, who linany gut it ahttut 23 yt-ars latt'r wht'n ht' was a was no ltttpt' lttt- lIlllTI'0VL'lllt'llI. HttIwt- SIX-In-I-I tu't'tl tml Iwutttng up with tt. ntinistt'r in tht' stunt' t'hurt'h. tht' lit-vt-rt'ntl's WllVt'ITlLlf't'tll5yllit'llAllt'1lBLlliL'l', htlost of tht- huntttr antl a great tlt'al tml' iliht' t'ntirt' stttrs' was tttltl tltrtruglt a ws latttl ltt'r I1I'UlTll'lllS hravrly, antl wttn tlttf tht' truuhlt' sttll't'rt'tl hy tht' SIvt'nt't' liantily tt'nt til' llashhatlts hy Pltilip Stuart, playing autlivntt' with ht'r wit antl hravt'rx'. Slit- was instigatvtl hy Ntxrt'lla Dtmantg Rita tltt' Rcv. l3rast'r SIwt'nt't', tht- s'trtingt'st ttf startt'tl rigyht tn wttrlt in t'lt'aniug tht- Imr, Pttlants, lvlargit' Kirlthart, antl Cfartml Dccl, tltt' SI1t'nt't' t'hiltlrt'n. sttnagt' antl lacing tht' tlillit'ultit's til tht'it' whtt l7Ul'U'1lyt'tl tht- husy-htmtlivs ttf tht' ctmn- Yt-s, all tht- allltlivltts' 9L't'lIlt'tl yt, nw-U. 'WW lifts ?tu'g'Hi"'l- that tht' Hll7I'li1lIAlIl1',u trtiutttflift' t'ttltit'tlV l :1 . Ur. lltttnt-tx ahh' Iwlasttl hiv l'vratllt'v hlt' Ncal Iunrs. playing lslajtwr Cftwtmpt-r, tlitlnit was a t't1mIvlt'tt' sut't't'ss. N g lz-Hops DONNA STEPHENS DAVIS Cimiilu nl liupiw in-lling siiuli-nlx Nlixxiiiual inn, ilu' wnlh vnii.nui- ul lfniil lligh Siluuil, llu- hngil grin h.ul gnu wniuli-il, iiuhng .in i ning Iiuiihgill gn nux llui uiiiiui ul llu ginu' uxisiii iiniuuihiiil l ini ilu' .ilu-i gn - vlhing nvw iwni nl Ih.iI nigln xi.n'Iul win in l'nul. lm' ilu' hm l inu' in Ilul liixlulw' nl l'nul lligh Siluuil, llu stiulini luuly huin,1 i wluul I ' 1' . 1 wiiiiwix-il il.nuc. llll' ' XVLIN Un ilu' 4l.nui- lliuii, iiixiuul ul ilu- nxniil iii.iv nl mulilli- uxlnnls, hilliix nul Inil A ' , Q 1 vis, " Allllill' lLt'I WVU' kl.Hl Ill NX'lllIL' -llltl Ulltllkll luilri wx iiiul hriglit .ii-gi-I.-x, 'lliix wan lfiiiil lllgll Sslliuil x lli'sI xiuli llimlw llu' hui wila luiiw um .i iiinuiulmis xiu iilili uini . il i'i'ii'iu-il xii niiuh laws. - KRNX lll nuni ih.n ilu- Siiuli-ni L nniuil x-mul ln Iuiw nuwtlivi, lluwi- iwn lllllLL'N wc'l'L' llvlil Ill ilu' Lgnls Lgxni. llui il.iiuvi'x ilu-1 lu-il ilu-ir xlu IN lluw' wilillml nluwlx units All ll lurlnzll ilxl Ilfl' with ilu lnul xtiulanls using ilu- hug, sliuh' li ill .is .1 Lluwli iwuini nul ilu- vmiing snluuilX xtlulvnix ming Ilu- ilwllnnux uuini in Ilun cluwlx nuun. A siuuilwi' wstviii n'r1iiiiun'Icil In in iiliuiiugiuipli plaivul Illt' Clll'I'k'Ill hits ul ilu- il.iv In lninish ninsui lm' Illk' iliiiu-i-rx. Nm unh' xiuiiiwml hx' ilu' Stiulvin Chinn ul ilu' llilxlvvtlr llvli f.llllD luul ll lul lu ilu with ilu' wcli hnlu allm. lluw' wvii' ilu' giilx wlui inixsul gill flu' lun. llu-ii' nnlv uiiiilmii unix won' ilu- hniuhulx ul sluuw which lillwl ilu' ill-sk in Ilu' lalrgn' stiulx' luill, Wliili- uiluix vvrix' linving lun nl lnn listvning In llu' ninxu' .nul alaiiuiiig, tluwc girlx haul ilu- iwivilvgv nl flu-L-king alll Ihr sluuw znul living, sim' that Ilu' right sluu-s wvrv lx-tiiiiuxl ln ilu' right imwiuix. During lmiixlwlluill xugisini two iiuiix- uula luips wvu' lu-lil. Tliix lilllt', un ilu' lwpixlwtlsgill uiiirr in ilui Cfuiivviitiuii Hull. hlnsiu wax llll'I1l5llt'tl in tlu' xnnu- wziv, hut thu tinu- rlu' il.nu'i-rs li-Ir thvn' sluu-s wliuivw-i' the-i' wislicml, inxtcaul ul cluwlxiiig them, This vnu tlu' only mlilll'i'viiw, tlunngh, l5k'CilllSC tlu' gan' liglii- luuiiiul spirit ul' truiifgigvrs luiving lqnn was ilu-ic. simiigvr than vvviz Z livriwiiiu xxlui Ii.ul .inxlhiiigy iii ill, uiili Ill! 4l.lIlL4'N lllillillllglllx i'Il1uXi'il lllrliisrlxix, llllll .lin lonlaiiig lwixuiiil In Ill.lIIX num- in tlu- liitiiii. Congrafulafions, Seniors! I i l O Hume Motor Co. , l i I i Plymouth-DeSoto l I I i I 'l'YYl'llIy Fl?-fllll yl'Lll'N t'XPk'lllllKt' ll" lim Rniuliilpli llluliu' ljlfm l .----.-..-...------.------.- l-Nun Ilit.it .Stiitntn 10 tht- vt-an. 'l'Itt-t- .nt Svtlnt-x' RAllI1t'Y. ljtilllhl S ?v 0 U o . .- - g A Stt-pht-ns Davis, ltmtlt ltiwlt-t. l'1t'vt-th' Swttitt l e H Lt lXl1ii-gy Kiiltlittrt, .Siintwtt liitt-lnixtn, Nlaitx 6 ltin lXlt-Cfi't-tii'.x'. ciilltll Ciillitmi-tl, :intl ltitlx Q. .. By NANCY GREEN """'m' F 'Q-I fimmm lltwiini lfltt'Y!'l' fx flu- mlm lfwv Hllllhll fs Il lfnzl 151.41-rut tl lvllgli ,vtfitmf Igrtxllf' 'iI.1'l 'rv' rift". XIHIII tfiwl Ulf! 'wr I'UiH'.! .,,j,,,.,. i i .-lml .t-fuzz I?lill'l'A our A't'lVUt1! fi-.zllvv riilrf 'Hn' ln-ppy lgI'ilL'!'H1',Y lmtw' plmity tim! yu' 11.1. f1'n,.,.,, gfjnj, ,HW li.1,t- ilu- llmnl' .Yin lll.il lfif- lt',1tlw-rt, mu' .tnl1,nr.t rirnlqfil. iiinn-."' This tvmmim. klllilmm muh... IIN. Nlmnwl -YU' iff-I f""' l-"U" 'IW' -"'l'!"'V-' l"""',Ul"-' Yt-s. pt-ppws tht- wtvttl tt: tlt'st'l'iht- tht' ship til lxliss Atltlit- l'ltlllllHll!, h.is hgttl .1 .XVIII lf'l.Y Hlvrlffll llllllfhllg .t'tm1fft'1I1t'-V IQH5. girls! t'ht-t-ring' st-ctitmn. LlIltlL'I' tht- ltvt til linn this vt-tit' stntlving tht- lilt- .intl H" -l!"""'.Q "l"'f"l"i"' fl'-'fi-"'f"-'""l'f1l'l",V- slwtuiistwsliip tif lXf-'liss llztt Arnitinltl ttntl lXliss wtwlts tml lXlaii't'ns lnllins Ciitit-rn, .is wt-ll :is X"- -Ulf, ff' -'N MW-V Wilt" f'-'fl' f'l' "W ff",-X hliss l.tiis Hklililll, :intl with ti ttitnpt-tt-nt tht- put-trv nl Uvitl. l-it-Nt Allltl st-tttntl st-nit-s -ll'l'f-X 'W' -"l""'l "H" U" -ff-fff-fff-ff 'f'I""'l-'- t'xt-t'titivt- htiairtl ctinsistillil til' lt-an littntlt. tt-1' tillit-t-rs wt-it Naintx' Clit-t-n. lltt-sitlt-nt Htl'-If "'-'L'-l "X ,Ll""-"5 Hy' "U -""" ,VV-' lll't'Sltlt'IIll ltutn Ut-ntrti, Xylfl'-l,l't'Sltlt'l1I1 tintl Rt'IHH'lt'l'Q hltivis Ciinttin, St-tit-t.n'v nintl I" 'IW U'i.Q""'--'l""'-V "l I'-ll--xl--Vi hlinii Alnitmntl, St'LTk'fllI'l-'Q Ann Cftmt-i't'. l'i't-sitlt'nt3 lit-th llt-lltiw, 'lii't-tistii't-i- .intl St-t I' ii: fi: il-l'l'2lSlIl'l'l'Q lllltl lX'fIAlI'X' Alitt- Citiltlwt-ll. lit-V l'tfAII'YQ lginis Ui-t-t't-. Vitt- l't't-sitlt-nt lmtli ".N'.1fnir'n.t, i1n11.Qn.t,l fflrlftw In vYUII,l ptmrtt-11 tht- l'mi'tivt'ttt's tvl' 'gl haivt- tlnnt- .i ttrtns, Allltl ltinnntt Cilitnnplin, Rt-lmi-it-i- tnitl 'lit l.,1 flint.: fffnlf .t'1"t't't'mf1r' In t-zrtt '." wtviitlt-rlinl jtiln tml' htnlting tht'ir tt-:inis :intl vI4I't'ilNllI't'l'. 'lilit-y lit-Itl nit-t-tings nn t-vt-it l..i lt1nt.l,nlitlt-1'tht'stwiistwrsliilittl Spanish slitmwing that gtvntl tiltl Nfllllfll spirit. Ont- titht-i lxllbllllilw' tn tlisttiss lltwtntin lilt' :intl instlttttt1t'lXliss lXliltlrt-tl hltwlittgtiiiit-t'x'. lmtl ti til tht- things tht-t' titttunplisht-tl this yt-tn' tnsttinis, tintl tlnring tht- .vt-.ir tht-my all rt-ntl ttitilitililt- .intl t-tiitn'tihlt- t't'.ii'. hl.n'tgt' Kit-It was tht-st-lt-t'titvn til' nt'w pt-pit-Iulw ttnilititnis nntl t'tptil'tt-tl tin lltwlit-it N, XX'illtin's "illit- ll.lIl w.1s t-lt-ttt-tl llrt-sitlt-nt. with hl.n'ilt'n spt-titil lung slt-t-vt-tl V-nt-tltt-tl wliitt- swt':itt'i'N li't-rntil l.LlWw't'l '.'i Ont- til tht- liigvlilights wait Nlinttin, Vitt-l'1t-sitlt-nt: lfltvist- IxNllllll, St-tv with liig lwlut- l5's, n.ivt sltirtst :intl tlttrlt tlit- spring Iiitnit' ht-ltl itwintlux' ttitli l.t-s it-l.ntg ll.nlw.n'.i l'.ittt-rstmn, il-l't'1lNlll'l'l'Q :intl shot-s, A ctmnstitntitmn tlraiwn up hy tht- clUlWlilI1N. tlit- l'i't-nth Cilnh, Nutt-Il.t l5n.int-, lit-tvtwtt-t', Din-intg tlit- tt-rni t-xt-tntivt- l5UAII'tl tlt-lint-tl tntwrt- t-ltan-lx' tht- Zi: Ti: il: tltt- tlttlv stntlit-tl Spanish tnstnnis .intl lilt-. PIIIAPUNK' tml' tht- t-huh aintl onglit tn htttiint- "ll"f1ll- .tullf-V, .if1r.1l' fmt-. .iml izrzw-2' 'gnu' il :Xt tint- titnt- tht-t' t-vt-n lt-tirtit-tl htww tn plat tl tiuitlititmn in tht' lillIlll'l'. l,1I'AlYL'lIt' hnst-s ,vfm11l.' 5IV.llIlNll lglllgll Qtvt'lt1lt'l'i.ll, Ol t'tlllISt' vtvtlitt' wt-rt' t'htti'tt't't'tl ltit' twti tint trlifttwwn gainit-s. vlifw- I,lllI4rl7'lilII.N .ull Agri you If .wuz fluff! ht-.ntl tht-ii' vtvitt-s .it Q1hi'istni.is t-tlining tint- tts Nnitntin Allltl tht- ntht-i' tn cylilillltilllil tlulltli nnl"' tlntittgli tht- hulls with Slkllllsll Ciliristnnis Ciitt' litir tht- Sfkllt' -l.UllI'I1LIlllt'IlI, Antl tht- Nut tit-ttiatllv. til ttitnst- tht- nit-nilit-is til t.n-twlsl lt's tt-i't.iin tht-sr stntlt-nts htivt- tlnnt- l3t't1ivt'ttt-s tiwt- ai big thzinlts tn tht- wtmntltilnl this nt-wlt' lniint-tl l,ilii'41i't' fillllv htivt- st-t'vt'tl tht-it lit-st ltr t'l1tt!lll.lgt' tht- C-titttl Nt-tglilmr 'nh tltint- hx' tht- l'.HS t-ht-t-i'lt-titlt-i's whtv lt-tl lfnitl High stntlt-nts ttwtntt-tztislx' 'intl t-ntiipt-t l'tvlitt. its so t-nthti--instit-zilly tit till tht- gtnnt-s tul tttinnnit-tl tin Img- YM Organizations of Bravettes lrl'ri1I1fnrl' by .lllml pllmnml aml 1711211111 li'un.l :nt lfnzv: Bngg, B. llzikcr, Alnmntl Q'l'rt'as.j, Autry, llrit i ton, liziilry, Corry 151111, Antlmny. Samui' Nutr: Alhcrt. Ratnck fl'rt-xl, BHltll5lIfy. licntrv QV. l'rcx.j, Bruvr. Atlantis, Bunch, Klnltlwvll fRK'I7tlTIl'l'l, Hum' Ifmw: llaskin fSponsurj, l'mwtlt'n, Bt-ll, S. llrmvn, Branllcy, Bratclwr, ll, Ball, Artnnnltl fSIvumnrl. Bravettes ldrntzfrrrl Irv ll'll77'ltI lla:-nm! Iflrxt Rnzr: Turner, S. Smith. XYis'nw, Xvlllillwtlll, XVlnxlt'r, XVinl rvv. S'f-.mul Ruzt-: lcntplc, Tintlltg NVhitt', B. Smith, Nlairilyti Smith, lvl. Smith. Hun! Huw: 5, XYl1itt'. XXI-lls, xx'ilglIl'l". Vogt, B, Smith, G, XValkri', Bravettes ltlfllllfllli lay Iran Iffmtl lfirxt lt'u:t': Hnnnicntt. CQ, lzintf, 5. llttrris, XV. Cirt-cr, ll lfllilllily, Sv1'tIH1l1' lfriztw llnwt-ll. Circcr. lriinks, Cl. llnrriw, Gun grill. lfrytnirc. Tlunl lt'mt'. Ulintw, llultfcn, Qing, llirst, N. I-uwlt-r. Cheerleaders lrlriitlflrti liv Inn! 161171: Uppwr Rnw: Swlttcy R2lll1l'f', lX'largy Kirklmrt, lfnrul Gif fnrtl, Nlnrv Nlcffrt-.irv, Bvvt-i'lv Swcittt, Snuutv liitclmzm Imlv lfowlvr. I I,nu'rr Roar: Rohcrtn Klfkllilfl. Slmmn Swcattt. Enid High School Bravettes lflrnllflrd by lmn Rrllhki l"lr.v! lfnzv: Maljmmr, l.lNllll'llNlilgL'I', Layliclzl, I.. Mills, Mmvr- gan, l'. Kirk, lmuglkwrll. .S'f'.m11l Huw: l.1-iglny, Nlooml, lvlalonc, Lundy, lf. Long, Mongulal, B. Lnwry. Tlrml lx'uu': l,k'ilL'lH11lllL lvlalrlcr. C. Nlarquis, Kaluw, Neil- mn, N, Marquis, CIA McDo1u1lml. R. Km-lm. Bravetfes Izlrnllflnl by ll'1lma Iftlfillxll l'1nt lfuar: Phillips, Snmldv, Schmidt, llflllll, Sacgvsr, Ilcllow Srfrum' Huw: RClll1t'I', l,iIllC!'SUI!, Russcll, Rowlcy, Rvgicr, Rash. ll'lm'd Raw: Silllfllvll, Stoll, Rlxmlvs, Sxnark. Rcynolcls, Roluisnn. Bravettes Irfrnlrflm' hy Nanny Cfrrrzi I-'rrxl Rum: llunnr, Duwlcr, Davis, Dnnncll, Clrmlsy, Dam- illly, Dalton, Snmrn' lfnw: lfwing, Cmlncr, Cflmpck, Clmnmpliu. Calivm. Callxplmcll. Tlrml Huw' Durkin, Iidlin, Corn, Donaldson, Dnxcnpml, Dc-c Les Copians lllt'l1llfIt'd by JIIIHI xllmrmsf I-'mvl Huw: Loucks lll'rcns.j, BQ-ll QScc'y.j, Almuml QVIAFL'-I5 Rvpurlcrj, sfl1VVt'lllilllIl, Mitcl1L'll. Snuml Row: Um-l fl'rv:x., V, l'rcx.j, Vrolnlmolz KSIIUIISUYJ, Stoll fl'rcs.j, Kcmlrick-Clloatc LV. Pros. Scuj. Organizations of Distributive Education lflwnilfirfl Ivy II'rlnm Ililfltlilll lin! Row: I'z1rkrr, Ivlcrrinlain, I.IlN0ll, Cflmlmmn, Ivh-Inv, Ilonnullcy, Iviillvlslcl. Slnsny fRcp.j, Cline, Criswrll, Smmid lfnzr: Dunn. XVrigI1t, Pryor fSvc'y,j, I.yIICI1, NVin- lurx, Sknulxy. 13:-rm'rv:. AI4IricI1. Tlvfrzl Row: NVu01Is. IIHLIQ. Slunvr, Pwrry. A. Iirown. I'uu1'c XVI-iiln. CiI04IfcIta'r. unrlfw lx'r1u': Amtvanl. I'nuIw, Iiramnun fI'rcs.j, IIlIlIll1l'Il-lllff, XVcis. Blll'l1I11llll CV. I'ra-xi. R. Ilcrmamkl, I-nllcr, ID, Lewis fAI'rcax.I, NIcCuy fSponxoi'I. National Forensic League lflwriliflril Ivy Ifmmrx lmniq lin! Howl IIcrn IV. I'rn-nj, Carlin-rg Qllqnj, IwIn'I3mmIsI. Brislmcn, Singvr fI'rcx.j, I'rrnilI1wg1in', Ilvrfiwrg Q,I4i'm'as.Q. Lung QSvc.J. X1-rmnl Razr: Ilnck. Dm-rkwn, l'icu'c. Circa-n, Urnlrv, XVII mn. Iyllfiiill, Sininmm. V, Iumw, I'n'.iIi, flvml Row: IIiIIis-Slmckciinrml, Clark, Mk'cill1,:Ill, Aycrw, Wiriglit, Amlznns, Rilillty, Iirn-twilslzlll, IQCIIIUFKI. Dykvs. 'unrtlr Row: Bowl. Clrawforri, NI-ill, Nlnclicy, Knultx Munir, -IAIIIYISINRT, I7cI.ixIu, Swink, VViIcux CSIUUIISUIA, Student Council Itlfllllflfll by Ilnmm limi! l'1r.x1 Rim: AIIVL'I'l. Ranilsmn. CnIIIwn'II, Mt'Cill!,fIll, Autry, Ile-rn. I5iu'Imnn, llnru-r, RIlIl1L'y, Iuriicr, L'qiI'K'ilI'Y, I'alll1'rsull, I'0lll'ILI S'uui'l1l lfnzvi I7cL'. I'rj'rmI, IVI I Rcvimlils. Gentry, Ilull, Slainx. Ilnycs. Ham! limp: Iirgmmm. Iiuxsm-II, llolwmlv, Iona-s, I. SIl'XK'.lI'I Pauli, IIAIIUVIIU. l',Ul1I'Ill IIHLU: Iiairris, XYiIl. .I-ill'IYk'IlIlIIlg, II, Nllalrl, I..lmIi Aluxnmlvr. Ifulon. IIurnI. Iilwmigvr, Ivimwc fSlmmnrI. Machine Shop Iflrulilirfl Ivy Slwzw' f,'lum1frllw I-'n-.Il Roar: I7, Klux. Iiuwcrs, I.. lung, I'srv7mn, I's1ilIv. I Smith, Yrmnzl Rmb: IIIIIIIIRIII, I'.iimn-r. XVt'glllIIIl'!', IT. lnckwim I. Murrix, ClaIIi4m. Ilickcy, Lklgllll. Cf. Klux. Third Rrruw Pyle C5punsorI. Mcurris, NI. IIuIg4's, I Ilvrr, VV. Rogcrs. Swaps, XVIII. IInrIImll. Enid High School 1 v Gym Managers lilrullflnl ,P-V iN'xUI4V Univ: I-nu! lwwi Hau'mul1, Alill'l'l, Ci, H.1r'nh'su', Snwlv, llznkin f.SImmurj, Clounrml, R, llzmiuxlv. I.LlHL:fllI'Ll. v v .M-.mul limi-: IJIHIIIU, llirxl, Sk'l1XYk'lH.lI1li, Sillll'l'lL'X', 5 XX hllr, filkllllpilll, Lux. La Iunta Club ItlI'llfIfIl'1l ily l'r'lil.-'ml lnm' l"1rxt linux' Knxik, Muuil, VVivm, liyfia-lil, Clumlluv. Ivan XvL'Ilkll7ll', lillllllinllll, lhmxu' Uh-Inj, Nlinlml QV. l'rn'x.B, v v .Srimnl lmu': NIIlIllglllllL'l'N' iSImnxurj. Silt'P,:CI', Inna' Vvu allmlc, Hixxwrly, fiill'lWl'iglll, Asmlml fScf.j, linrmw, Cam nun, ML'm'n'll. 'l'lrml Huw: R. Cinlixm, Ri-ynulils, Mnylu-rry, UULILIAIIVI Krnny, N. XVugln'r, llinmnn. l,1llIL'l'NOIl i'l4rn'nsX. Kirk l1.u'l Ql'rn-x.j. Cicero Club lflriltlfnvf lly ivnmlv firrrfl lvrui lmw: Clin-11 il'rcx., liclmj. Grcrr fXvil'L"lll'K'N.x, IR-llimxx ilrrns, Scuj, izllllllllilill illvlw., 'l.I'l'ilN.5, 1 n Smmnl lwzri Prmnlxnlf iSpumurj, Lrntun C51-f., l'rm,H. Acfavify Office lilwltlflrfl lrrv Wrlnm Ifilfiilxlil lilfjl linzv: Kmntw, Clinr, Anthony. Biggs, l5u'yn-r, Xxvl'iti-l. Ynurlfi Run" N1 hun. Uurlwin. guru, N'1Lll'NIlLlll iSpunsurH, lIk'I'liiL'Ig, Ciilm Organizations of Library Club l1l'r'11l1fn'4l lly l'rf1l.-'ml lumw lfrrsf linux lwlmwn, V. lum-x fl'r--yj, lhvix fSm.j, l'.u1 Ik'I'Kllll Oviu' llnxl. lxlnlmn' flirpl. llnrrlu, fXllu'l'l lil-l'L'llS.l Yrrnml Rmv: llmlglnx fbpunsurl. l.. XYulmlx, Ciulilwfll ISL1 N, R.uu'k. xxilllilllx flllllllllll. Ayrvs. lwlungnlil I-l-l'L'iIN. l'u-5.1 . Tlvml lfvrr. Corn KR:-pq, Harman. Brislwn, 'livnniwn Arianna CY. l'rrs.l. N. XYng11v.'r. l'n'nlingl'iL'lnl. Bible Club lrlfllllflrrl llv ll'1lmn f14l7'V77.I1l I-'mir Row: Mu-rs, Kfnrvvr, llnwsun, lvlilrlm-su-I, Swim flia-pl, limllv, Ciliifk, l5lu'licl1, Sclmwnmll. .Shwfrfl Rnzri Brrul, llulv, Raul. l'unlu'r, Qing, l.lllg1'IllVt'llK'I' l5u'a'.-'l'rL'ns.l,l7ccl, Spuulrling, lvllllvr. Tlunl lluzu: Nlnlnnc, cillllllllll, llnrulm, Cfnrllwrg, lhlr, l. slllllilbftl QV.-l'rus,j, Buvnrtlx, ll. Inna-x llln-xl, l'utlcr sun, l'!'Llll fSpumurJ. Diversified Occupations lflrnllfnrl by ll'1lmr1 IIAITPHII lfint lfnzrt l'mu-ll, ffnvin. Kxwwlin-r QS:-fy-'l-rv.1x,j, Cllnvur llaycx. VVl1iIlcy, lirnlxris. .Yr-'rrrilrl lfuzvi lirc'n1n'ic'r. l5. ll-wis fl'rm's.l, iiilxclw. l'riu' liukrr, licgivr. 'Hwml lfmvi bvufnl. Mock, lrilmlrlc, lhmn, XYnlu'n, R. Mn Kew, lN'lurris, Klvin. lfrlllrlln Huw: Sligrr. llowxlril, cil'lNllLllll, Alvin, ll. lVli'Krn'. KL-nm-ily lSpnmurj, -lil'IllllNOll. llumcr, lxilllllll llnkrr firlll. Delta Theta Club lfl'rur1fl1'fl Irv Imrrr fffrrlry lflrxt Rnzw: llulcnmlm, llllllgllL'l' fl'rvx,j, lnrlmr filiugnsl xvL'l1llllg, 'l'lmmnw, Dixon. .'X'.-'lrunl 1e4lIl'fil-llllllk' flh-pl, llmgurt. RlllL'li. ffrupluwl Quinn, Torln-rr 154-c., llri-xl, Third lfnzv: lvlilcs, lnlmarn Of l'rcs,l, llivingxum, iiulcy Ixlllkl' lY. l'rcs.l, Ha-lm-nm fSpunsurl. X. Girls' State ldrntrflni Irv In :lim Uvrlvguwr Iffff 10 ll'llf,f,'f.' l',UWlL'l', Iullus, PK'llKlk'l'S,:l'2lff, Grcrn Hurn. 1.mm'r Row: Hulfo Boys' State Irlwrrrfml Irv In .-lun u'1lWLfIlt'f mlm, SillUCI', Iurlmc, Dixon "1 Upprr lfmw: Gris, BlIllllt'l11lllL'l', Clxrllu-rg Aquaettes lrlwzrrfml Ifvv Inv: Rumi' l'ir.v! lfuwf Gungoll, Pcllow, Lubmv, Nc'ils1111, lXIill'LllliS, Ptl'llk'l', VVilkins. t'l'UII1f Row: CSHIIUII, Arnmulrl. sponsor: Stoll, Snmck. lnwc. Iilvirrf Row: G, lfowlrr, S. Brown, B, k1CCSllQil1. Nlmnnl, flmllu, Ixflnlom-, FiIt'lIH1lll. l7k'llllk'I'gI'LIff. l'l'k'llSlll'k'l'l Alrnuml, sucrutarvg Rnnck. Yo! l,ll'll1I't'II.' Autry, px'L'si1la'l1t. Gym Managers lflrnizlml lfvv In JIIIII ll'rrqqu.f'r tlml lllzullrlll l1'urrr'11 l.mm'r Row: VVl1iu-, Clmunlplill, ifux, Hnrnmn. ljlfllfl' Ieflill' Hiltfkll 1, sponsorg Hurst. C. HLll'KIL'5fS', Sovvlc, R. HLlI'llt'Slf', Sil1lCIAlCY. Grade School Reporters lrir'r1I1ln'rl If-V In firm U'ag11,'r lfznt Hou-2 R. 'I'urncr, XVnrl'vn, I., YL-Imhlr, liuvrkxcxl, Rnmrv. Samir-rs, Dirkvxx llxll N xvAlgIlk'I', Rcynohls, R. fxtilllllk crL'H' Ytlrlllti lx'uu'. ' , , try, Knlnw, Rnnck, Hun! Huw: Scars, WL-llx. Br'islwv11. B. Sllltlh. Lawtcr, blzum, M. Clnlnlwcll. QQQQQQLQQ S S OKLAHOMA EDS r' GTJTF . M A Dfmekgnx r F7 UKLAHOMA UKLAHUMA amp sms t gm MJ Enid High School Chemistry Club ltlfulrllrzl Irv limi-nl lfmnl , , , , . . . lm: lw.r TX--III IXurI1-MJ, Inrnvr. linvrlxlmrl. Cum gf-II Mu I. XYI1llv, IXIIIIN, Illllll. l5u'I, KrpIul'mI. I'a'IIuw, IIXIXM. Yftfffnl lfwcr XXIIIIIAIIINUII. lhllwn, hrrgg, NAIIILT. I'Ik'IlIllllll, XY.ulIxllvs. II.1xn-lxsllllv. 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Ulllfrls Iilll' llu' clcctillg llu' following uIIil'l'l'x ful' llu' YCJII ffklllIlIl1lIl'II llll lhlgl- Ally 28 ENlD'S DISTRICT DRIVING TEAM Enid Highls Crack Auto Driving Team composed of Larry Allbright, David Selby, Nedra Sue Ivlarquis, and Gloria breed, with their instructor, Rex Wilsciii. seated in the car. This team entered the District Meet at A1'liCff flllilllg l'0lIl'Cll PILICC. They were seen, day after day, along with dents, in rain or shine, dust and wind, driving other Alito Driving Stll- up and down the streets and highways in and about town, trying to meet the meticulous require- ments of IVlr. Wilsoii and the Oklahoma Highway Patrol to get those L coveted Drivers' Licenses and a credit in the course. qiftfs' fafe By Veldena lones and Nancy Green i'Diary of a 1951 Girls Stater-flune 3 v v to lll, This cherished journal was discovered among the souvenirs of Fnid High School memories. Printed below, itls a Hrst-hand record of the most wonderful week in the lives of five linid girls: Io Anne Pendergraft, hlarvella Hern, Gloria Fowler, Veldena lones, and Nancy Green. "Saturday, luiie 3-Dear Diary: VVe're actuallv here at O.C.NV. campus at Chicka- sha, and one whole dav is done. Since welve arrived, we've registered, selected political parties Qlioomer or Soonerj, moved into our dormitories. met our junior and senior coun- selors. had a get-acquainted amateur hour - and met at least a hundred new friends! Mi's. lialkenburg says lights out at l0:30--but we're too busy talking to our new room- mates!" "Tuesday. Iune 6- Dear Diary: VVhen the people back home see the Girls State photo- graphs they took of us Sunday, they'll never be able to picture all the ac ivities welve been crowding in. Nominating conventions, campaigning, and elections galore! Yester- day the I2 model cities elected officials. with lo Anne and Gloria selected as commission- ers of Grimmett and Bennett citiesg lylarvella as mayor of lohnson cityg Veldena as Short city reporter, and Nancy, treasurer of Holi- day city. All four of us Sooners were elected as voting delegates to the State nominating convention, and later at the Boomer con- vention, our sole Boomer, Nlarvella, was elected party caucus chairman. And then today the most important thing of all+state elections. Our own lVlarvella was elected governor to reign over 1950 Girls' Stateg the first governor ever to come from Enid. Two other Enid girls received coveted state of- fices: Nancy, State Treasurer, and lo Anne, Clerk of the Supreme Court. Veldena and Gloria held the appointed positions of Chair- man of the State Board of Nledical Iixam- iners and Chairman of the State Board of Agriculture respectively. VVe've learned more in these two days about government and politics and elections than in our entire lives!" "Thursday, Iune 8-Dear Diarv: How can they pack so tnuch fun and information in each day? Yesterdays inaugural dinner. ceremony, and reception afterward: the thrill of meeting Governor Turner: the song he composed for usg setting up legislature and Tin- Qurii lvl.-xcz.-t7iNi- . otys' gfafe By RONALD CARLBERG Did you happen to pass the Legion Hall about 9 o'clock on the morning of Iune IO, WSOP If so, you probably saw eleven Enid High School students getting ready to leave for Norman and Oklahoma Boys' State. Thefe boys. lerry Herzberg, Karl Geis, Rod- ney Holcomb, lere Tresner, Harold Singer, George Blumenauer, lohn larboe, lack XVag. ner. Ronald Carlberg, Richard Gonrady, ami hlax Dixon, were on their way to the fastest week of their lives, Paul Griffin had been planning to join in the fun and learning. but two days before had laid himself up with a second degree sunburn. Arriving at Boys' State. the fellows re- ceived two T-shirts, the standard garb of all citizens and assignments to the cities where they were to stay. The first afternoon was speiit in getting acquainted with the fellows from the other towns, while on a tour of the O.U. campus, That night the boys got their first taste of what Boys' State was going to be. That was when they attended their first 'ilecturef' Lectures were predominant during the stay there, but they were all so interestingly pre- sented, that while thev were a bit of school- ing. they hardlv seemed drv enough to c . , . t actuallv be called lectures. Butithe leaders didn't do all the work. Once they had gotten acquainted, the boys started to work. Sunday night they held city party caucuses to choose who were to serve as representatives at the county and state conventions. The group was divided into two parties, the Boomers and the Soon- ers, and before long those two groups really had the fireworks going. The next day those conventions were held, and the partyislates were chosen along with the state partv leaders. These leaders then drew up a platform which was later ap proved by all the party members. But VVednesdav morning was when they really had fun! That was election dav, and the 'boys turned out one hundred per cent to do their part for their party. After voting, they all waited anxiously for the returns. tiiontinued on Page Sm courts and learning their functions by actual participation -- all of this, and vre still have time for swimming and teimis and get- togethers in the dorms! l'.S. The food here is wonderfulg we've all put on pounds." "Saturday, Iune I0 Dear Diarv: lr seems so strange to be home again! Tliey gave us a gala welcome here in linid-a parade, royal reception, and lots of partiesg but all of us are secretly wishing we were back at Girls' State, reliving those last few wonderful days. lior instance, that marvelous Girls' State- Boys' State Dance--a perfect climax to a memorable week. Three hundred sixteen Girls' Statcrs in their flufliest formals were on hand to greet the eight busloads of Boys' Staters from O.U. -and what an evening! Then there was the picnic the next night. and finally the farewell assembly Saturday filontinued on Page 87j Q-N ,+- r-pf FA' '91 - ' x,. 4 .,k,g. f En, - , f f f f 4 b,h,, ., - Vigl momma A '. :AM Q 8 Q . i 5 E , K C- n QR O . :X 'W' ,- rv.. 419' , 5 VX qv F-4 aww M.. -. , .- yy I' 1 , '-QA 1 sf- . , . T -. f WE x, -R. cull tlu' iiiglit lu'lui'v Ilu' tiiixul nluiiiix ll f ' ltIlll'l1l'll'1l In Klillii tu min' t't'tivi'il .1 tliirtx tttituttt' PI'Ugl'ill1l til Cilit'ixltti.tx tittisu. ililu' Iwtigtltttt W.tx ltt't'xt'ttlt'l tivvt' ilu' Atit' iittl' tuvli l.lIk'I'. .'Xltt'i' ilu' Illllk' i'vuii'tlitig. ltu'lii lwix til tlu' lluirtts wviit uimliiig .tiul tlu'ii tu tlu' Citiltl Slim lltiix' lui' I't'lI'l"illl1lk'I1lN. BY NANCY GREEN and 10 ANN WAGNER lit Nlattxli. 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Slllfl' this w.ls tlu- lirst YVLII' ill tlu' llis.ttll'x ul lfniil High lllkll llllx' ul' llu- tillliI'llNt'S h.lx't llll'llllL'll tllsll'u'l .lllll stalls' ullllcsls ll was Ll illlllhlt' Ifllllllllll lm' tlu' lllsl NUllgNIL'I'Nl Siiui Illk'll' I'k'lllI'Il tlu' Irs! ul tlu' srluull ll.ls llklll ilu' tlplltlllllllllk' tu llC'LII' tlu- twll Illllllllt'lS Illlll lllllllglll llu'lll ttlvulill'x'1 l'l't'tl XX .ll'lIlQ' s llILlllL1t'Illl'lll ul Hliivi' lvlt' Your iliirutl. Xitlllli All ltllli' 'ith lXlu'llu'. also l'k't'L'lVk'll SIIINTIUI uul Nlltlwlllg lm' lfllul High, tlu' t'llUl'llSt'N llL1t'lllL'l' witll tlu' twil stllll t'llll'lt's, Rtllllllil Ijlllllfu tlllacll l-Iilllll llllllllil l.llllll'llNiN Ptulll illst'i'ilu'tl ull tlu' Slllllll' ul l.ilu'l'tv, pllul tlu' "l5t'lul Sllilgi' with hlimi Alnuliul, lilltll l,XYYk'l', Sllillvx' XxXik'IllXVtlIAlll, Cilulcit' lXlt'l'i'itt, lytllilllil llilillll, lltlllllltl ciLll'llTt'l'g, Kvith lXlit-lkts, mul lllll illtlul singing tlu' vtlul plltl. 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Alltlt-ll tu this luv wt'l't' tlu' XllPt'l'lUl' lxltiilgs nl Nlilu' lwllll' 'lii'i'lls," tlu' high stluull klllLll'lk'IQ illltl tlu' twin lJLlI'llUIlt' stlluists, Rllllllltl Cfall'llu'l'3 Lllltl lsvith lX'lit'llu'. ix "'-cf ' Mi --.7 X S!!! ,.f.X+-X :,,f'. We 5 wifn fi v I nl 'N .-ff F32 M,-f-:M B Q 5 XX R ni, iw, Q? .-is Ml, ri f wigg- lx 34 '9-gfafe Gkam S Coach Paul Geymann proved his worthi- ness as a basketball coach his first year at Enid by leading the Plainsmen through a first place title of the tough htfid-State Con- ference. After easily taking the local Re- gional Tournament they were set back by Lawton in their Hrst State Tournament game at Oklahoma City. The Enid cagers opened their season with two overtime thrillers against Guymon and Ponca City respectively. They nudged Guy- mon 35 to 34 while taking Ponca City 32 to 30. W. D. Iones and Iim Hurd got I0 points in the initial tilt and 14 in the second, while Hurd made I3 during Enid's first game and I4 against Ponca City. Ken-- neth Young also sparked in the first game, making nine points, Enid copped the next two non-conference games from Blackwell and Alva to have a perfect record before the Christmas holidays. They took the lvfaroons 39-31 while swat- ting the Goldbugs 34-31 at Alva, Iones, Hurd, and Young again came through for Enid in these two tilts. After the holidays came the first lvfid-State tournament at Okla- homa City where Ronnie labara played the part as hero of their 48-47 victory over Capitol Hill hy making the winning field goal in the final seconds of the game. Their first loss of the season came on the semi- finals of that tournament losing to Norman, the winner of the tourney, 35-36. Next, Enid travelled to Oklahoma City to meet a driving Northeast five, but turned them back with a 45-39 beating. Iones played the leading role of this show with sixteen points. The second regular season conference game proved to be disasterous for the Plains- men as the Capitol Hill Redskins over- scored them by a ten-point margin, 33-43. Iabara proved to be the only Enidite able to hit for Enid, making twelve points. The next two conference games were played away with cellar teams, Oklahoma City Central and the Norman Tigers. Iones, Hurd. and Allan Panhorst came through in the Cardinal game to cage them in 55-47. Dub Iones played his hottest game of his high school career in the Tiger game making Z4 points to lead the Plainsmen to their 46-40 win. Hurd and jones again found themselves hot in the Alva game at Enid overcoming the Goldbugs 54-33. As Enid IIICI the Classen Comets for the first time in their '50-'51 campaign, they found the Comets a hard fighting five, but managed to t'0llt them 42-40. Iones was high point man for the eighth time of the season, making I8 points. Enid managed to split their next two Mid-State games, winning over Northeast 50-49 while falling before the Shawnee Wolves 44-54. lim Hurd was high point man for Enid in both tilts. In their second clash of the season the Classen Comets again gave Enid a run for their money but Hnally gave in to the Plainsmen 44-43. Travelling down to Capitol Hill with a 6 wins and 2 losses conference record, the Geymann crew could not seem to break their jinx of the Redskins and froze up to be crushed 52-29, the worst beating the Enidites had to live down all season. Plainsmen fans left the Convention Hall happy two nights in a row as their favorite team overcame Central 52-47 while smash- ing Norman by a larger margin 73-47. Elashy Iimmy Hurd played hero in both tilts making I8 in the Cardinal game and setting an all-time record for Enid cagers in the Tiger tilt by making 36 points. Captain Dub Iones and Iohn Iarboe for Enid and Ponca City respectively tied for high honors in Enid's next home game, making 2l points apiece, but the other Plainsmen came through to give Enid their Hfteenth win, 52-39. As Enid and Shawnee met for thier last Mid-State game, they found themselves tied for first place, both having an 8-3 record. Before an excited crowd of 3,200 persons the Plainsmen roped in the Wolves to cop the Micl-State crown for the first time in ten years, 54-40. As they had done prac- tically all through the Plainsmen season. court twins Iim Hurd and Dub Iones found themselves again playing high point men though fighting Steve Champlin took the majority of the balls from the backboards while adding nine points to the Plainsmen total. The last victim of the Enid Cagers in regular season play was a fighting Black- well iviaroon five, who finally gave in to the larger school, 45-25. Enid whisked through the Regional Tour- nament easily taking Perry 48-31, Wood- ward by the largest margin of this year, 67-27, and romped over Guymon in the finals 59-30. The Plainsmen averaged 58 points in these three games while their op- ponents could only average a little over 29 points. Because of their first place title in the lViid-State conference and their large Illilf- ginal wins in their Regional Tourney the Plainsmen were put up to cop the State Tonrnament at Oklahoma City. But the last game of the Plainsmen season found them a little on the cool side while meeting a hustling Lawton five who were hotter than an oven. Although Enid led throughout the entire first three quarters, they slacked up slightly in the last quarter to lose their THE Quiri. MAGAZINIE chances of entering the semi-finals, 44-43. But the '50-'51 version of the Enid High basketball teams showed off one of the best records in the state with 20 wins and 5 setbacks. 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Tfvzrai ltoaax' Ball, hlcfiugin, Calalvi ell, Daniels, Stxicltlanal, Seeley, Cungolll, hhfllll-illlilfll, l-larris. lfourllw ltocau' Tarpenning. liwton. Stalloral, Treltell. Holcanilb Will, Hoyle. hloore Qhiponsorj. i l . canalv, anal many other treats wera- given to the average voter in FHS. Stualent Boaly officers electeal for next year are: liraulalin Cooper, l'ra-sialentg Braallev lX'lcDonalal, Vice-llresialentg lfloise Asliahl, Secretary: Betll llellow. Treasurerg hflargv Kll'lilldl'I, Reporter. i Senior Class oflicers are: Braallev.lVlcDon alal, l'resialentg Chuck Psonal, Vicefl'ra-sialentg Nleme Cromwell, Sa-cretarvg Beth llellow, Treasurer: Ioanna Champlin, Reporter. lunior Class officers are: Norman l.amh, l'ra-sialentg Carl Iacltson, Vicefllresialentg Sue Ala-xanaler. Secretarvl lim Brav, Treasurer: Rex l,lllit'lllXlllgll, Reporter. i Congratulaztiams, Seniors! Enid News Er Stationery 0 Rental Library 0 Magazines Books 0 Bibleso Greeting Cards Visit Uur llohhy Centre lioelu N'Tilgil!lllL"- Creeting Carals Cg en exeniiig-. aral Su:ial'1'. s lor vour convauieuae La me Ill anal hr.u'se arounal Iflfllv Roaax' l-lural, Nave. Stewart, XV. D. lones, laclfT.EJ, lilwonger, l'mu1'aliclc. Nl 213 N. Independence Phone 2370 ,.., I J glad nf G uwcl' w ....... e " -it iixxxxxun xnuuxssxssusnnxxv By IOAN GENTRY and MARVELLA HERN ' The linial Higli School Stualent Council, composeal ol' one representative from each home room, alia- stualent hoalv oll'icers, anal the three a-lass presialents, with the help of their sponsor, hliss Ruth lvloore, convevcal tha- wishes of the stualent hoalv to the faculty anal trieal to upholal the stanalarals of the Nflllllll. Stualent Council oll'icers were Nlarvella Hern, llresialentg lioalnev l-lolcomh, Vice- llresialeutg loan Cventrv, Secretaryg VV. D. Iona-s, Treasurerg anal hlarv Alice Calalwell, Reporter . The WSU-51 Stualeut Council of linial High liaal a very successful year. Some of alia- major activities were: conalucting the Amerieanisni programs in ilia- home rooms, sponsoring the reaaling ol' the llihle twice a wa-a-la in home rooms, putting on a stualent pep assemhly, schealuling stualent assemhlies lor seeonal semester, anal the puhlishing of the stualent alireetorv. The Stualent Council ollicers arrangeal the opening for all the formal assemhlies tluoughout the year. The council maintaineal a hulletin hoaral in tha- hall announcing all canning important events, Vlfiili alia' help of the aft classes they alisf plaveal the names of all of the outeofftown players along with the linial lllainsmen team at the haskethall games. This va-ar's Stualent Council increaseal the amountiuf money in their treasury by having concessions at one of the home foothiill games. The Stualent Council cowoperateal with the speech alepartment anal arrangeal for a spealaf ers' hureau from which speakers of various suhjects of interest to high school stualents were presenteal in the home rooms. There were 200 speeches of this type presenteal. ln the fall of lllffll Ioan Gentry anal Bette lVlcGugin were sent to represent tha- Enial Stualent Council at a convention of the Southern Association of Stualent Councils ha-lal in Oklahoma Citv. Later in the year six alelegates were sent to Norman to the State Convention of Stualent Councils. They were: lack l-larris, Barhara Io Autry, lVlar- va-lla l-la-rn, Carla Vvlilcox, Philip Stuart, anal Shirley Holt. lilerhaps the greatest achievement of the lllgllffbl Stualent Council was alia' securing ol soavhops for the Stualent Boalv helal folf lowing the home games. The last activitv of the council was alirect- ing the electioniof next vear's class anal stualeut hoalv oflicers. Thai elections were carrieal on in a new manner hy having the canalialates actually campaign for their oflices. A primary election was helal in which all canalialates nominateal were voteal upon. The top two canalialates for each office then hegan their campaigns against each other. Gum. HENNINGER-ALLEN FUNERAL HOME . I x N 1 ,l -. 'I' A .f sxxxxxxxxxnxsasssnnmunsunxnn ' Lk-5 MW, vi, .l 1 'J An, gf W Y x V . , A w"W:3"12 .45 '-1--1-Jw'-W.- ,. nu cup ,A W , , , ' Q ny' "TN , 1 W 'ff Mi 1' Q. ff A , Lv P Q. W, KT-T., ' E 5 x ings iw.. A we W i , -- , W3 gf i M5 1' "Qld ,f -fm HumPHREv 05" ? 1 QOCO v x Y 5 It , Ag f A - if in . s ' 5 : , xx Y - . - ' 4 ,MV 'J' 1 A: "' 15 S ' '10 L 'qj-25:3 ,lf A-13 j-,L 44 THE Qnttt. lvlfvoixztwr- IT COULD BE WORSE-SENlORSl Xllll'Xll llll llRSl' lDl'lillRfw.' Sllllillzlz STOl.l AND l:l.I7ABlQTH NVARREN NUMBER-fTHli LAST Dance Troupe Baugherjs Open Barber-Beauty Salon Expedition To Be in Podunk Karl firm, tl'e wtrld's latttfilt' d.tnt'er and his trouj'e will he in l'o dunk soon as announced hv lo. lllarlrlg l'otlttt'k's jtnlmlis telalitins ili reitor. llis seeretvtrv. Naniy Trnrllr, will keep the puhltc tnlornt-'il as to tl'e date ol the shew. 'llie gunnv-atk dancers are: 'lil from llavrv, li'1la ,-lrlamv, Ilnrfs flvrrs, llarlrm'f.'r1wu':'ll, Carol llrrl, Boyz llwllrrr, and lam' lliilson. ,llartlia llllfl, :lim l'onng, ,llildrffl ll'rlAQlil, and liarrinna ll-lil'UVl'Lfl'7 excel in tl'e dattie of overalls. Musital liaclagrutttd for the pro- ilvietiwtt will he produted luv the vocal tlwrtls rl ll'1ln'a llarmfm, linsxrll llrllnifru, lalrn' llmtl, liunaltl labara, lvlw Imiwmz, and .lliml xllnioitd. 'l'l'e orchestra eonsistts of: Lori l'i'i1al1li', liliisrll Billy, Bolz llavutarfl, lirliv llnitn, lrrryi lloolrv, and fmt llflflwoil'. A A llte jittlvlc will he cltarged tw-v tl tl'es j-'tts lor adnnsstxiti to this ex clit-tie show, and orange crate re 'er'ictl seats tttav lie pttrtltased lront .llitt llitllgrs, f,'rrl'uim llulr, .llarttflla llfru, lar l'on l"r1.rl', Ruth Dutver. ffltarliiltr .llri1z. and l'al l,lflQ'QfIl'l.i Peace Again Reigns With Potato Peelers At ltt't the strikers ltave gone hack In work! Yes, the potato peelers have linallv reaelted it settlentent with their llflNNi'h. "SST detitleil tn retjttire the potato pt-t-lt-rs tn peel unlv three husliels per week per pt-i-sort." retttarked .llarmn .-lrlami and 171. lf liogrrt, heads ol the potato peeling hnsiness. lilie peelers contntentled for going hack to their drndgerv arei ll'tlla llrll f'ittL'i-ml, tlritrlqi' lll1lWlI'7lIlIl!'7', Gerald Bratmml, lfrrrl Bnrulmm, liar-lmra fflrm, tlillrrri ,llorr1.i, llttwjllil fllor YIHIII, f.'lvai'lis fllrlrllqrll, loan Nollr, llurixa l'ai'l'rr, llatrftta l'f'iilc, Dali' .S'aml:r.i, and lnta lam' l'ojiIm. 'lltose still striking for only two htshels tnaxtntuni work are: 'lfxllirr N14 ltuls, llmmlrl Nat'1', lfltltrml .lli lvlr, loan l,r tframl, llonrm' l,rtt'r.i, liomm ltrlxoii. Sally dlalrritr, llnris lyitilv, Tom .llai1l1i'l. 'llandraii lolinf uni, and flalr' llitrsliall. Winners of jelly Bean Contest Announced Today The winners in the recently held jelly hean eating contest were an tvonnced today hy .'lla,x' illoyrrs, and .llarv .-Iliii ffalrltwll, contest directors. lffftv C'v,'tp1ul and I. B. ll'lu!r tied lor ltrst place, so they were aivanletl six pounds of jelly lieans apiece. 'lltktng secotttl in the golililt- was l'rarl firfrliarz while Lrtlta Boyle tanve in third. i llonoralile tnentinn was given toi llrllr' .lliflfijqlru Brlnt' .lltlvi'r', lfrl uanl llnim, Norma llotly llrerrlv llrllrs Shar lwllortl, Harold Sl!'l'Ql'l', loam: .S'lan1s. and lu flnn ll'agni'r. W.lN'l'l'Ill: 1'iuri't-sjiottali-tive with wi-itl thi. ini tintrrii-il tvotnuii, over six yi-airs ol' tier-. tlliji-i-tive: lltttritnony. Writi- Jcrrill Unrult, null Don Leonard. The llangbvr tutms, commenly known as liarl and Earlene are opening tudav their new Barher-Beauty Salon which is located at IZ34 Silk Stocking Street, here in l'odnnk. "What Next?" Cast And Site Selected The wide, rolling plains of lolin llnvlrfv ranch has heen selected as tlte site for the motion picture "What Next" according to CUllN'S directors, lionalrl fltl7'fll!'f.Q and Donna Strplrrns llatnlr. "'l'lie liilnt is to he centered around the lile ol Rodnev Holcomb, l'odunk's famous ivorv ticklerf' exclaimed Inhn larlaoi' and lfliarlrxi .'llort.rr'r'.v. C1ORN'S Cl1fHVl'IlL'l'5. The star of the show, impersonating limlnry, is to he liithard lonrs, and the lferoine is to he portrayed hy Virginia illongolzl. Others chosen to have parts in the movie are: leant' l'nu'e'll, Harold l'rztr, Svditrv lfanirv, ll'llma lean Itaalszmi, llowirr ltirlqt-i, Virginia Nnlmls, Al- lm l5u1liorsl, larry l'a1rp, Iran Ramle, and fllarv l.rr w'l'lwrli. Clostutite tleriigner is Sm' Stoner, while lrrrv Rami, I,i'1111a Sterrflt, lam' ll'lrl1i', lvatlvryiz ll'h1llry, Roy Smiili, and lfrlni 'lirwkrll are respona silile for sound effects. Class of l95l Motto: Never do teday what you can put off till tomorrow. lil ll,LliTlN VVerd has heett received from llllss fllmrlottr' lx'rr'1.nh and lllr. Cfmfl Grill, Class of 'Sl sponsors, that they are enjoying their rest at the North Pole. They will return as soon as no more 'Sl grads reside in l'odunk, lllr. Gott stated. N0'l'l1'l'I5 We lt"uillt- itll law exist-s. Sei- Ralplt Kremt-i r, Ruth Mclntire. Law- rottca Scltcffa. Velma Kroeker Vogt, Velva Jo Clark. N0'l'lt'l'I: We :ire not rvspousilili- for tiny mls-his otlii-r than our own: Wanda Carver, Myrtle Chapman, Glorene Goble Clover. Lois Brandt, Bill Boyles. Marvin Baker. Carlene Alrich. Xll'l'll'l'I: l lntvi- ili-vi-Iopod an i-lvetrie ilislwlotli. l'ottt:tet June Walling. Scientist And Staff Have Opened Academy One of the United States' greatest scientists, llflax Dixon, and his staff have opened a new ABC Academy. Those who are instrttctors in the science sectiion of the academy are: Rnel lllehlrng, Billy llledel, Viola Kaxrk, Connie Hill, Helen lfdulardr, lark Gambrll, and Naomi Galuslia. ll'anda Seeley, lvlary Beth Hays Arnold, Frank Goley, Rnlmrd El- wongcr, Ivy Kendrick Choate, and lfrrna Dolton are teachers in the his- tory unit. The teaching crew for the physical education course includes: Rolzrrt Franz, lim Hurt, Patty Kalow, lluartr l,r'wr.i, llltnnlfrrd lllrfnllrntgb, lVtlla Beth Starny, and Stan Klfm. People heading the connnerce de- partment are: Ann Dotknm, Pat Roluson, lo Anne Prndrrgraft, Grain' lllerritt, Tom Knotts, Barbara Byfield, ami Barbara Ball. Helen Caliuat, Barbara Ann Don, aldson, Carolyn Pruitt Gilbert, Har- land Storey., Harold Stigrr, Namtv Grrrn, Pavtrttfa Pryor, and Lolrla Is'nan.v compose the 'music staff. A l975 Enid High School diploma is the only requirement for entrance to the ABC Academy. Podunk Citizens Return From Trip Around the World Several respectable Podunk citizens frotn their journev The major portioii was spent at YOf visiting the family journey was made have jttst returned around the world. of their excursion KUM'S CORNER of Yokums, The in a feetacopter. The group making the jaunt in- cluded: Bmtrr ll'atkms, Slilrlry Dah- lm l'l'entu'orrh, Velma l,rr-'ll'hm1, Billie lllitt hell, iwargarrt lllnvd, l"ramr.v Long. Inhn Lamrrlort, Gary Samhrz, and Clyde Lawler, N0'l'lt'I'I: Wottlfl you like to visit HEAR lItll.I.0W? A tour of this famous pltteo is soon to ho start:-il. Gtlifleis art-: Virgil Cummins. Betty Ruth Ca' vin. Jo Ann Biggs. Jim Stafford, Jim Stoops, and Gene Thomas. as Started Zavr illilrxr, l9'5l lf. ll. S. graduate, is now director of a hunting expedi- tion on its way to Afr'ca. Some of the equipped exjilarers are: Dean Carter, lim llrrr, lmrvy An- strad, lim lfinnrgan. larry l'Il'Y'Zf71'Y-Q, Cntr Slnplry, attd I. dl. Hnnlrr. Cooks ard catreramen making the iauttt are: Lowell llrrmfm, firm' Tor- ltrtt, llolfrrt Quinn, Calfm l7o.vIr'r, and Gary Slvavry. "We hope to fird some very in teresting specimens of Wl'lfX l' llAVli YOU, Wi? DON'T KNOVV, and YOU Tll,L US," stated Zam' illilrs, chief explorer. Chief tent-put'er-upj-er is Harold Sandford wliile the chief of keeping the skillets shining is Tnmmv Vru able. His helpers, using NUTS. arei illar llvhllilff, Krnnrtlt ll'vaH, Dtuavnr Abram, lolin Br Hon, lit-rr! Burdick, and Slr"'r' Cliamvlrn. The crew in charge of loading pea shooters consists of: Bill Cobb, ffharlrs Cox, Dean Gibbon, Hugh Grisham, and latle llnrllmtr. "We are planning to have at very exciting trip," exclaimed assistant di- rectors ll'. D. lonrs and Dalr llloorr. Lou Anne Mills Wins Annual Spelling Bee At the Podunk community social held last night, Lou Anne llltll: out- spelled all other contestants, to win the 90th annual spelling hee. Lyle l.ieing.twn acted as master of ceremonies for the evening's enter- tainment. First on the agenda was the Podunk Screechers consisting of: Alfllll lllielke, Carla ll'ilt'or, Glen llleirr, Shfrlry l'l'rrght, liobbly ll'm- gft. Vrldrna lnnrs, Slurlr Srari, Duane ll'rt.i, and Beverly Smith, Next was a halletiskit entitled "Aren't We Crazv?" acted ottt bv: Rurlrrn Stfttnmli, Barbara Frortr ll'rr.vf, l'aul Wakrn, All'lL'l'Yld Siliwefd- land, Rav Rrrzrk, ffliarlrzr Thorne, Sur Bradbury, attd Donna Bond. "XVe had a wonderful time, and next year l'm not going to get tripped on spelling Xttrcjklendfcaxyzf' stated lllax Crandall. WAXTEII: Sonia- lttttulnoun- tullllottnlri- lui-lmtiils. Write Lorna Llngonfelter, Helen Loucks. Della Rae Crandall, Marjorie Mittelstet. :intl Mavis Craton. FUR S.lI.Pl: lvl'llAllHt'tl hooks. f'4lIlflll'l Lorine Donnelley Reed. Carol Fourier, Carl Frech. Joan Gentry. Noel Ginder. Janis Greer. Arthur Hager. Marguerite Harmon, Earl Hoskins. Richard Ives, Betty Lou Jenkins. Jane Duerksen. FUR S.-Kl.l4I: .-l big sale ttt snuill cost. XYP itri- living fnreed to close our ex- ensi- shop lwenttsi- ul' llllltlllll ri-nt, so wi- arf- sr-lliuj: out all 4-xr-itserx for irlu-ekitti: out of fwitool nt low coat. Our advisory eouneil will no longs-r tw itvnilnltli- so tnki- nilvnntaizr- of this giant stile. Votttuet Curry. Cum- mings, Berry, Athey. Arnold. and Sullivan Inc. fAnn. Gene. Pat, Chuck. Ray. Darley. FUR SALE: Une slightly used history textbook. See Gloril Fowler. i M35 'lin xx 5 . . , km K 'xS3'i"IfZ"E??fJZ' 4 A 6. ,LJ . -...Li gps, S iff , 2 If '1 L - f a ' A fr kv 'o x V. Q .gg w 1, sic" , ,. .W 4 5-NU' Q A., u ,Wm if X .cf W55' B 1 3 av " -'Z :di Kc' N S K 1 ' ry s va ,, W Q' wr fd 5 J '-'-u...waqa.-af"-' s 'ff' n vu s-xx' O ,z, 'ff ii U IN., 'W i f W iw ,v Q- SENIORS OF 1951 Bi' Suuu ti Sroii .win Ifi Il.-KBI-TH Sri Waiziux DVVAYNIQ ABRAM Ifoothall Letterman 43 Home Rootn V. P. 2, 33 Sec. 33 'I'rcas. 23 Chorus 23 Mixetl Chorus 2. MARIAN ADAMS Home Rootn V. P, 2: Sec. 33 Treas. 33 Chorus 43 Quill XVet-kls' Staff 43 Bravette 43 I.a Iunta 2, 33 V, P. 33 Quill Office 43 I'oothall Queen AllK'lltILlIIl 43 Okla. Honor Society 33 Palette 23 School Reporter 43 Quill Reporter 43 Stutlcnt Council 3. RIIA ANN ADAMS Chorus 43 Mixetl Chorus 43 Quill VVet-klv Stall 43 Senior Play 43 All School Play 43 Lihrary Clnh 43 V. P. 43 Chetnistrv Clnh 43 Quill Reporter 4. CARLIENI2 AI.DRICH Home Rootn Sec. 43 D, IE. Clulm 43 Okla. llonor Societs 2, 3. MIMI AI.MOND Class Sec. 23 Ilomc Room Reporter 43 Chorus 2, 3, 43 Sec. 23 ilircas. 23 Isflixetl Chorus 2, 3, 43 Quill Mag, Stall' 43 Auuaettes 43 Braivctte 2, 3, 43 ilireas, 43 Les Colxians 3, 43 Pres. 33 ilireas. 3. 43 Reporter 43 Vergilian 33 V. P. 33 Sec. 33 May Queen Attendant 43 Okla. Honor Society 2. 33 Student Council 43 Palette 3. LPROY ANS'I'IiAD Chorus 23 lvlixecl Chorus 23 D. If. Clnh 3, 4: Phvsics Clnh 3. ROY ARNOLD Ifoothall Letterman 3, 43 Home Room V. P. 43 SLT.-.23 Okla. Ilonor Societv 23 Student Council 43 Bihle Clnh 33 Sec. 3. CHUCK ATHIQY Ifoothall Letterman 3, 43 Track Letterman 33 Basehall Letterman 43 Home Rootn V. P. 2, 43 Quill Mag. Stafl 43 Delta lheta 43 Okla. Honor Society 2, 3, 4. DORIS LUIQNA AYliRS Chorus 43 Mixctl Chorus 43 Senior Plas' 4. MARVIN VVAYNP BAKER D. O. Clnh 4. IZARI. BAUGIIIQR Class Pres. 33 Iioothall Manager 2. 33 liootliall Letterman 43 Iracls Letterman 2, 33 Home Room Pres, 43 Reporter 33 Delta 'l'heta 43 Pres. 43 Mas' Queen Attentlant 43 Okla. Honor Socictv 2, 3, 43 Student Cotincil 2. 3, IZARLIENIQ BAUGIIIQR -Home Room Pres, 43 Sec. 23 Bravette 2, 33 Mav Quccn Attenclant 43 Okla. Honor Society 2, 3, 43 Palette 2, 3. I BARBARA BELL Home Room Treas. 23 Chorus 2. 3, 43 Mixed Chorus 43 Acluaettes 43 Bravettc 2, 3, 43 Les Colwians 3, 43 Reporter 33 Sec, 43 Prog. Cha-irman 43 Okla, Honor Society 3. 4. PAT BIQRRY Quill VVcckly Stall' 43 Quill Reporter 43 Bravette 23 Quill Ollicc 43 D. li. Clnh 4. RUSSIQLI. BIBY Home Room V. P. 43 Band 2. 3, 4: V, P. 43 Asst. Driun Major 43 Senior Iflav 43 All School Play 43 Bantl Lettcrnnin 2. 3, 4. IO ANN BICGS Home Room V. P, 43 Sec. 33 Treas. 23 Bantl 3, 43 Quill Mag. Stall 43 Activity Olliice 43 Batntl Queen Attendant 43 Stutlcnt Council 3. CIQORGIQ CHARLIES BLUMl2NAI.lI2R Senior Plas' 43 D. li. Clnh 23 Okla. Honor Sooietv 4. DICK BOGIERT Pcothall Lettettnan 43 Hotne Room V. I', 23 Delta iliheta 43 Physics Clnh 4. DONNA BOND Home Room Sec. 23 Reporter 23 Chorus 2. 3, 43 Mixctl Chorus 3, 43 Qtlill Mag. Staff 43 Quill Reporter 3, 43 All School Plas' 43 Olfice Assistant 43 School Reporter 33 Quill Office 43 Olila. Honor Society 23 Legioncttes 2. 3, 4. LIETHA BOYLIZ Class Sec, 43 Home Room Pres. 2. 43 V. P. 33 Ircas. 23 Reporter 43 Quill Mag. Staff 43 Quill Reporter 43 Quill VVeckly Staff 43 Ofliice Assistant 3. 43 Quill Office 43 Mas' Queen 43 Okla. Honor Society 43 Stutlcnt Council 3. BILL BOYLIQS Baseball Letterman 23 Ilome Room V. P, 33 Sec. 2. 3. SUE BRADBIIRY -Home Room Sec. 23 Ircas, 33 Senior Plas' 43 Bravctte 2, 3, 43 La lunta 2. 33 Trcas. 33 Okla. Honor Society 2, 3. 43 Stutlenit Council 3. LOIS BRANDT Chorus 2, 3. 4. GIERALD BRANNON Class Reporter 23 Home Room V. P. 33 La Innta 33 D. Ii. Cluh 43 Pres. 43 Student Council 4. IOHN BRI'Ii'I'ON Chorus 2, Al.l3Nl2 BRONVN D. Ii. Cluh 4. IQVFRI If BURDICK Class Pres. 23 I-oothall Letterman 3. 43 Basehall I.etterntan 3. 43 Hotne Room Pres. 23 Quill Reporter 43 Student Council 2. 3, 43 Printing Clnh 7 5 4 i1Riio'BtiRNnAM iftmfiuiii imc-fm...i 4, n. ia. emi. 4, V. in 4, :framing ciiuis 4. BARBARA BYI5II5I.D Chorus 3, 43 Mixed Chorus 3, 43 La Iunta 43 Okla, Ilonor Society 2, 3. NIARY ALICIZ CALDVVlfLL Stuclent Botly Reporter 43 Ilotne Room Sec, 23 Quill Mag. Staff 43Quill XNeekIy Staff 43 Office Assistant 33 Bravette 2, 3, 43 Reporter 43 La Iunta 23 Q'iill Office 43 Lihrarv Clnh 43 Sec. 43 Student Counc-il 43 Legionettes 2, 3, 43 Palette 2, 3, 43 Quill Reporter 3, 43 School Reporter 4. HI2LIiN CALIVAS Band 2, 3, 43 Band Letterman 2, 3. 43 Bravette 23 All-State Bantl 4. RONALD C.lARl.BliRG Delxate Letterman 43 Chorus 2, 3, 43 Mixetl Chorus 2, 3, 43 Quill Mag. Staff 43 Senior Play 43 All School Plas' 2. 3. 43 N. Ii, I.. 3, 43 Reporter 43 Okla, Honor Society 2, 43 Bihle Clnh 33 Pres. 3. DISAN CARAIAIQR Team Manager 2. 33 Ilome Room V. P, 33 Sec. 43 'I'reas. 23 Palette 4. VVANDA CARVIQR Chorus 2, 3. 4: Bravette 2, 31 Bible Clnh 3. WILLA DELL CAVVOOD -Home Room Reporter 23 Chorus 2. 3, 43 Okla. Honor Societv 2. STIiVI2'CHAMPLlN Golf Letterman 23 Ioothall I.etterntan 3, 43 Basl-tcthall Letter- man 43 Track Letterman 3, 43 Home Room Pres. 23 Sec. 33 Quill Mag. Staff 43 May Queen Attendant 43 Printing Club 33 All-Dist. I5oothall 43 Quill Reporter 4 SENIORS OF 1951 MYR'l'l.l5 CHAPMAN ll, li. Club 4. Vlil.VA IO CLARK lianil 3, 43 Quill XYcckly Stall' 43 Bravcttr 23 Quill Qlfifr 43 ll l' Club 4 Pilntln 7 l3ARl3ARA Cl.lNli Aflivily Ollicc 43 ll lf, Club 43 Okla. Honor Socivly 3. lil.QRl7Nlf'fiQl3l.li CIIUVIER llouu' Room vlirraw. 21 Olila. Honor Soricly 3, 43 Sill alum Council 3. l3ll.l. CUl3l3 l'oolball l.L-in-rman 4' 'l'ra'k lCKlK'l'Ill'lll 7 3 4' Home Ro P " 7 3 1 1 7 7 , 1 . . 2, ,, , om ns. -. 3 X, l. -, 33 l3au4l -, 33 Quill Mag, Stall 43 Printing Club 33 May Quran Allk'llllllll' 43 Quill Rclworlvr 4. l.l3RQY COPPQCK baxkctball l.ctlL'rman 43 Golf l.l'lli'I'lll1lIl 3, 43 Delta 'l'hcia -l3 I'l1i'xifs Club 33 Quill Rr-porter 4. ANN CURRY Class lrcas. 43 llomn' Room V, P. 23 Svc. 43 Rcliorivr 33, Quill Mag' Snail' 43 Bl'ilVl'lll' 2, 3, 43 Soc. 43 Man' Quccn Atiruilanl 43 Pala-llc 43 'lin-as. 43 Quill Rl'P0l'll'l' 4. l.IlARl.l'5 lfllCiliNlf COX Raml 2. 3, 43 U, O. Club 3. 43 l'l1vr.icx Club 4, l3l'l.l,A RAIC CRANDALI. Bam! 43 Chorux 2, 33 Mixed Chorux 33 Qfficr Assistant 33 l3l'llYCllL' 23 Max' Qucru IXIICIHILIIII 43 Baml Quuvn Alrcmlant 43 l3aslu'lball Quuun 1XlIL'Ihl1llll 4. i MAX CRANl7Al.l, lfoolball l.l-ui-rmiui 3, 43 llomu Room Prcs, 33 Trcas. 23 Physio Club 4. lx1AVlS CRATQN Gym Manager 43 Homc Room lrrax. 23 Quill Rvporrvr 43 Quail Wu-kly Stall' 43 Aquacllca 43 Uliliu- Assistant 43 l3ravrtrc 2, 3, 43 Cicuroiiian 43 Sur. 43 Prus. 43 Vurgilian 33 lrcas, 33 Qkla. Honor Socicly 43 lxgioiu-:rcs 2, 3, 43 lmillflll' 3, 43 National Art llonor Sociciy 3, 4. MARl.lfNl5 CRlSVVl7l.l. llomc Room 'l4i'L'aN. 43 D. li, Club 4. VlRiill. CUMMINS iil5Nli CUMMINGS lilltllllilll Managvr 3, 43 lrafk l.cIlcrman 23 llomc Room Vim' Prrs 4 l3l'l IX Rlllll LANIN llomc Rorm Svc. 23 Chorus 23 D. Q. Club 3, 4. DONNA S'l'l'iPlll3NS l7AVl5 Hllllll' Room Svc. 23 Quill Mau. Stall 43 uill XVM-klv bllll 4 Xll Snhoo Q . . 3 3 f . ' l Play 2 33 Clu'rrlu:ulvr 2. 3, 43 l3ravctu-bl 3. 43 Quill Olficu 43 Paluttc' 3, 41 Sur. 3, 4. CARQI. l5l5l5l. Chorus 2, 3. 43 Mixccl Chorus 43 Scnior l'l.1v 43 All School Plav 43 Bl'ilVl'llL' 3, 43 l.vs Copians 3, 43 Src. 33 Y, P. 43 Pre-s, 43 Ukla. Honor Sofia-ra' 33 filll'llll3ll'y Club 43 Bilxlu Club 3, 4. ROSI5 MARlli llliMliRli 17. li. Club 43 Okla, Honor Socictv 3. IIM l5lfRR ili!'ilL'li l.l'llC'I'IIlilll 3. i MAX ITIXQN lianml 2. 3, 43 Rami l,crn'rman 2, 3, 43 Quill Wc'a'kls' Staff 43 Sunioi Play 43 l4l'llil ilil!l'l3l 43 Pln'-in Club 43 lioyx' Stan- 33 N. R, O, T. C. Sl2llUlQ.lI"slliI7 43 Quill Rcportvr 4. ANN DQCKUM llomc Room Prra. 3, 43 Chorus 33 Quill Mag. Stall' 43 Quill Ru portrr 43 Quill W'L'L'kli' Staff 43 Kitlill' Asxislanl 43 Bl'ilVk'lll' 2, 33 Quill Ufliiu' 43 Okla, llonor Souix-lv 3. BARBARA ANN DQNALDSON Homc Room RL-portcr 43 Chorux 33 Scnior Play 43 l'alvllc 43 Bravcllr 4. FRMA l7Ol,'liQN llomc Room Src. 33 Re-porin-r 23 Chorux 2, 3, 43 Mixul Chorus 43 lxgioiirttcs 2, 3, 43 l3ravi-no 2, 3, 4, l.ORlNl7 Rlflil3 l3UNNl5l.l.l5Y Hand 23 Sn-uior Plav 4' D lf Club 3 4 IQHN lJOYl,li llouu- Room 'l rras. 3, 43 Stullv.-nt Counril 2, 3, 43 Bible Club 3. IANIQ ANN l7lllfRKSlfN llomc Room Sur. 23 Rcportcr 33 Quill Wcclily Stall' 43 Sn-nior Play 43 All School Play 43 BTAIVCIIK' 2, 3, 43 Quill Ofliiu' 43 Quill Rvporlvr 3, 43 l'alrlu- 2, 3, 43 I,rgioiwlu's 23 School Ruporicr 4. PAT l7llliCiAN llomm' Room Svc, 43 Chorus 2, 3, 4, l3l3'l"l'Y l,Qll DUNN l3anil 2, 3. 43 liauul l.n'IIvrmau 2, 3, 43 l7. lf. Club 4. FDNVARD li. DUNN D. O, Club 3, 4. Rl llll l5NVYliR llomr' Room Pros, 2, 33 lrcas, 43 Chorus 2, 3, 43 Mixcml Chorus 2, 3, 43 Quill Mag. Siall 43 l3rau-llc 23 Ixt'KlYlly Qllicc 43 Okla. llonor Sociriy 2, 3, 4. lllfl.liN IANIIECIE IEDVVARDS I3rax'i-Ito 2, 33 Palcm- 43 Bible Club 4. RICHARD l5l.VVONlilfR Shulciu Council 4. RAMONA IOAN l5l.VVONGER HM l5lNNliiiAN lioolball l.t'IIl'I'!llAlI! 3. 43 Track Lclu-rman 2, 33 Home Room IH-N, 2, 43 V, l', 23 Sec. 33 Rf.-porn-r 33 Pri--llliglu Club 33 Sur. 33 Palcttc 4, l CALVIN l5QS'l'l5R llomu Room V. P. 23 ilirras. 33 Fraunl 2, 3, 43 Prls 4 13 l E 1 3 aiu l.m-um-rman -, 3, 4. 1 CAROL IliAN liQllRlIfR Oflirc' Assistant 43 l3ruvcttL' 2. 33 Qkla. HonoriSofir-ty 3, 43 Lcgiom-nos 2, 3. 43 llomu Room Prw. 3, xlxi U SENIORS OF 1951 GLORIA IQAN l-QXVLITR Cburus 2, .5, 41 V. l'. 21 Mixcil Cburus 2. .5, 4: Clin-rr 'Q 7 lcziilcr 41 ALlll1lL'llL'K 41 l4l'llVL'Il1' -1 .51 41 lvhy Qiivcu Atu'iiil.uu 41 lygiuiirtii-s .5, 41 Girls' SILIIL' .5. ROl5lR'l' CIQQRCIE l5RAN7 liuuxbgill l.ciu'rm:ui 41 lluuiv Ruum Prus. 5. 41 1.11 l.ll!lAl 2. .51 Uklii. lluuor Sucu-ty 2, .51 l'liysicx Club 4. CARI. l.. l5RliCll LA VON I-RISK llulun' Ruum Snr. 2. .51 Cliurus 2, .5, 41 lvlixcml Cliurus 41 l5r1ivL'lu' 21 Aflivily Qlliiu' 41 Oklgi. llnuur SUl'll'Iy .51 l,L'glUI1L'lIL'N 2, .5, 4. NAUMI CiAI.USllA Cburus 2, .51 4. IACK GAMl5ll.l. lluuu' Ruum V. l'. 21 Src. .51 lrn-Lis 4. IVARI. li, lililb lwiullmll l.L'IIn'rmaiu 41 ljliysirs Club 41 llLllt'lIl' 4. IQAN Cil5N'l'RY Siuilrut Bully Sur. 41 lluuu' Ruum Sw. 21 'l'n'ns. .5. 41 Quill lvlaig. Stull 41 l5riiw-Ilu 2. .5, 41 V, l'. 41 l.:i luulu 51 Rcpurtrr 51 lxhy Qucuu Alu'uiI.uu 41 l51u'lu'ilmll Quucu fxllflllllllll 41 Stiiilrul Cuuucil 41 l':1lcllc 2. 41 Quill Rqiui'lur 4. lhiluiu' 2, 41 Quill Ruliurlvr 4. DITAN Clll5lfQN ilivrui Mauiugvr 2, .5, 41 llciuir Ruuiu Prrs. 41 Ariivity Qlliu' 7 5 5 l'lfARl. l3RVl5Nli Cill5RllAR'I' llumv Ruum Svc. -1 'l'rn-gn. -1 Cliurus H, .5, 4. NOEL UINIWFR 17. O. Club .5, 4. FRANK R. GQLIQY Clgisx Rupnrlcr .5, 41 Buxkn-tligill lv1.iii.i3,gcr 5. 41 lluuif Ruuui 1 . . . lrcs. .5, 41 Qiull Mzig. Stull 4: Quill XVL1-kly Stull 41 llului 'l4l1l'l.l 41 Niulciu Cuiufil .51 Quill Reporter 4. NANCY CiRlil2N lluiuc Rouui Rcliurlrr 21 Cburus 2. 41 Mixml Cburus 2, 41 Quill Mug, Stull 41 l5rnvutu- 2, .5, 41 Cin-ruiaigiii 41 l'rn-x. 41 Rcpuiu-r 41 Vvrgiliaiu 51 Ru purrur .51 Sw, .51 Qkln. lluuor Sofia-ty 2, .5, 41 Girls' Stguc 51 l'aili'tu' 21 Quill Ri' Vurtcr 4, IANIS YVQNNIQ CiRl5l5R Cburus 21 Mixul Cburux 11 Qllicr i'XNNlNl.llll 11 l5I'-lYl'l-1' 2, .5, 41 Cin-ruiiiziii 41 V. l', 4. lllliill GRISHAM lkuiil 2, .51 ll. Q. Club 4. AR'l'l'lllR HAGIQR Mgicliiur Sbuli 4. l.QVVl:l.l. llARlVlAN lfnutbaill I.:-iu-i-iimii .5. 4: lluuu' Ruuui l'riw. gli V. l', 51 ln-.ix 21 All-Slailv Vlllblllilll 4. YVll.MA ll5AN llARlVlAN Cburus 21 Quill Maig. Stull 41 l5rgu'i-tu' 1, .51 Vi-rgilriu .51 'lircaiy .51 Activiiy Qllicc 41 Qklu. lluuur Sunil-ly 1. .5. 4. lvlARlilll5Rl'l'l3 HARTVION Kivui lvluiingur 4. PATRICIA ANN llAYli5 llunu' Rillllll Rupurlcr .51 Cliurux 11 l5r1iva'lu' 2. 5. ll Q. Club 41 Qklzi. lluuur Sucu-ty 41 Stmlrut cillllllfll 4. MARY l5l7I'll HAYS Cburiis 2. .5, 4. l5Ql4 HAYVVARU l5.uiil 2. .5, 41 Trcns. 41 Cliriiiisiry Club 41 l51uiil I.:-iu-riu.ui 2, 5, 4. MAX HITIXQFS li. Q. Club 5, 4. lVlARVl5l.l.A llliRN Class V. l', 21 Stiulviu l5unlv l'rL's. 41 lluiuc Ruuui l'u-s. f1 l5ziuiI 5, 41 Suu. 41 Quill Mug. Stull' 41 Sruiur Pliiy 41 All Scliuul l'lgiy 2, 51 l5.iu1l 7 Que-cu 41 N. lf. l.. .5, 41 V. P. 41 Okla. lluunr Sucii-ly 2, 5, 4: 5lllllk'lll Cuuuail .. .5. 41 Girls' Stare 41 Girls' Natiuu 4: Quill RL'l3lll'Il'l' 41 l51uiil l.uilci'iii:iii 5. 4. IIQRRY Hl5R7l5liRCi llciuc Ruum lrciis. 21 Rcluui'u'r .51 Quill lxlzig. Stull 41 Quill Vv'i'n'kly Stull 41 All Srbuul Play 2, .51 Buys' Stan- .51 l.1i luum 21 Arliviiy Qllicr 41 N. li. l.. 2. .5, 41 illivin. 41 Quill Rk'IlUl'lK'I' 4. CQNNlli llll.l. llomc Room Sw. 41 Cburus 41 Quill XVrm-lily Stull' 41 Quill Rr porter 41 Scbmil Rm-purtcr 41 Quill Qllici' 41 lrgiuiim-tln's 2. .5. S 1 Y BlEVliRl.Y llll.l.lS SllAffKlfl.l5QRl5 Huuu- Ruum lrcs. 41 Svc. 41 lzllullm' 4. RUSSIELL HILLMAN -l'loim' Ronin Prrs. .51 D. Q. Club 5, 41 l'rcx. .51 Sllllll'lll Council 2, 4. UM l5. HITCHCOCK Baud 2, .51 41 Quill NVQ-ekly Stull 41 Pliyxiu Club 41 l51uiil l.ulu-i'iiiaiii 21 .5, 4. IOIQ HLADIEK l'luuin- Ruuni l'rcs. .51 Rvpurrvr .51 Olfin- fxNNlNI1llll 41 Pliysiu Club il, Y l'rc-lfliglil Club .51 l5i'uvcx 21 laila-no 4. NQRNlA IIQCK lluniv Room Svc. 41 Chorus 21 l5r:ivcllu 2, .51 D. li, Club 4. RQlJNliY llQl.CQMl5 Suulviit l5oilx' V, l'. 41 liimibull l.l'llK'flllilIl .5, 41 llunu Runur Trcus, 21 lk-lui Tliutgi 41 Buys' Slain- .51 Physics Club 41 cllll'Illl'sll'y Club 41 Sliulrur Council 15. 4. ClDONlA llOI.lE Bible Club 4, IIQRRY HQOLIQV Bauul 2. .51 41 l'mIw. lvlnuagcr 41 SL-uiur Plan' 4. l5ARl. lJliAN HOSKINS lANli HUNT llunu- Ruuui Rvporlcr 41 Orcliulra 21 Bllllkl 2, .51 Cliciiiisxry Club 4. SENIORS OF 1951 I M llllNllfR ll. U. Clulw 4. HM llllRlD iluss l'rrs, 41 Buskvllmil l.n-tlcrmun 3, 41 Trurk l.K'llL'I'IllLlIl 3. 41 Bnsclmll l.l'llL'I'Ill.lll 3, 41 llomc Room Svc. 2. 41 Quill lvlag, Stull' 41 llCl'2llKl 41 SlllllL'lll Vounril . 4 IAVK lllllil l3llAlnl' llama' Rofm llrrs. 2: V, l'. 31 SfllllClll flslllllfll 2. 3. Rll1llARll IYIN RllNAl.l5 IAIKARA lluskcllmll l.l'lIl'l'lll1lll 3, 41 llvnu- Room V. l'. 41 Soc, 3, 41 Trcns 21 lh-llu lhn-lu 41 51-c, 41 l'rr-llligln Lluh 3, lOllN IARllQlf llaskctlmll lcuwrnmn 3, 41 llfmr Room Src, 41 Trcns, 21 Dm-lin 'lilwiu 41 Moy Quvcn Aucmlaint 41 Ukln, Honor Socicly 21 l'hy-ics Clnh 41 l3oys' Soni- 5. llI5'I"l'Y l.Ull Il'Nl'ilNS llomc Room Y. ll. 21 Sur. 21 Arxivuv Officr 4. 4 IUllN lllX'lliNl5f llomc Room Rn-porn-r 31 Pri--l-light Clnh 31 Pulcitu 3. 4. RICHARD lUNl55 Okln. llonor Socirly 3. Yl5l.l3l5NA l0Nl5S llomc Room lln-s, 21 Svc. 21 Rvportur 41 Chorus 2, 3, 41 lvlixnl lhoius 3 4 Quill Mir, Stull Suu r llllx 4 All S hc l lllx 4 Olll L As ' uv. f-U41 .7'o 4' 1 fc wo 'L' 1 "4" wisiunl 31 l'll'ilYL'llL' 2, 31 Lihrnrv Clnh 41 l'rcs. 41 Okla. llouor Snrictv 2, 3, -l1 'h 'sins Cluh 1 cilI'lS Sr: L' .. I x 3 u XY. ll. IUNFS Class 'l4rn'us. 31 Sllltlk'Ill l3oilv Al'rn-us, 41 liootlmll I.uiin'rinun 41 l3us kc-llmll l.k'llK'I'lllilll 3, 41 llusvlmaill l.uItcrmnn 3, 41 Hunc Room l'rn's. 31 Src. lg Quill Ning. Stull' 41 M.n' Qui-un Am-nilguu 41 51 ulcnl Council 41 rl-0ll!'IlLllllCIll lt'ilIll 41 All Siam' 'lluun 4 MAlllll5.-XN IOHNSON l.n-gionctn-s 2. 3. 4. llA'l4'l4Y KALOXV llonu- Room lrcns. 31 Rcportcr 41 Quill NVQ-cklv Stull 41 l3l'2lY1'll1' 7 3 -l jlllll Olll n 4 llll IU 7 4 Ms" 1 4 L' ' -, 41 Quill Rclmorlcr '. A K IQY Kl5Nl5RlCK CIlOA'l'li Chorus 2, 3. 41 l.c's Copinns 3, 41 V, ll, 3, 41 l'rc's. 3: Sur, 4. .S'l'ANl.lfY iil5Nl5 Kl.lilN l3.unil 21 D. li Cluh 4. l0l,llA KNAUS llulul 2, 3, 41 Stullunr lhrcrror 41 l3auul l.uttcrlnnl 2, 3. 41 All 'I S Slillk' l3.uul 41 Qklu. llonor ,ouvlv .., 4. 4 'l'OlVl KNQ'l"l'S Svnioi' lllnx' 41 All Srhool lllny 2, 3, 41 Activity Uliliu' 41 l3l'Llvn's 2, 3. RAl.l'll A, liRl'lvllfll5R Chorus 21 lvlixul Chorus 21 D. O, Cluh 3, 4, IQIIN l.AlVll5R'l'QN lioolhnll 1.1-nrrinnn 41 llomc Room llrrs. 31 Soc. 21 l'l1ysiv. ifluh 4. Llillll LAVN llfli, IR. llonu- Room Src. -'1 lrcus. 3, 41 Ruporlcr 2. 41 l31uul 2, 31 Chorus 41 Quill XYuckly Stull' 41 Sunior l'l:1y 41 Quill Office 41 Pulrlu- 3, 41 Rm-porn-r 41 Quill Ri'Iwoi'u'r 4. IQAN l,I5 GRAND l'rc-lfligllt Clnlm 3. DUN LIQNARD litllllllilll l.cllcrn1.nn 41 'frzifk lvluiuxgvr 21 Plllllll' Room V, ll, I1 hllululu fllllllfll 3, IXDNNII4 l,l5XVlS llomc Room Y. ll. 31 13. lf. Club 3, 41 lrcas. 4. I7llANIi l.lfWlS loollmll M1lll.lgl'f 2, 31 liootlmll l.v.'KtL'rIn:lll 2, 31 Ballll Z, 41 D, U Cluh 3, -l1 l'n -s. 41 llrc l-light Clnh 3. l.QRNA l.lNCl5Nl-'lfl.'l'lfR Chorus 21 Qlila. llonor Sofirty 41 Bilwlc Chill 41 Svc. fil lu-us. 4. DONNA IUY l,l'l'SUN l Yl l' l llVlNi YIUN Ili S. uma' Room Soc. 31 lrrns, 21 llvltn Tllvtzl 41 lllwsirs Cluh 4. l'RANCl5S LUNCH llflhlll' l.n'uurnmn 41 llomc Room l'rcs, 31 V. ll. 31' Quill Mug. 'T 3 Stull' 41 Srnior Play 41 All School llny 41 Offiu: Assistant 3, 41 l3rzxvL-llc -1 3, 41 N. lf. l.. 3, 41 Suu, 41 Ulaln. Honor Socivty 3. 41 Quill Rcporlcr 4. lll5l.l5N LUIVCKS I1-s Copinns 3, 41 Trrus, 41 Qkla llonor Socirly 2. DORIS l,YNClI SAl.l.Y MALONI: llonu- Room V. I'. 21 Trrns, 31 Chorus 2, 3, 41 Mixcil Chorus 3, 41 AAlll1l1'lIl -s 41 l3rnx'L-lu' 41 Library Clnh 41 RL-porn-r 41 Rihlc Cluh 3, 'llllvl lvlANlll5l. Biisvlmll l.v.'tlm'rnmn 1, 3, 41 Homu Room Soc, 2, 3, CAl,l5 MARSllAl.l. lk-li.: Tlu-In 41 llliysics Cluh 4. lXlll l ll MAlllx D O C lx 4 , . .lu . XVlNNll'Rl5ll lVln'Clll.l.QllCill l3l5'l"l'l5 MrliliCilN lla-Imulr l,l'lIl'I'IllilIl 41 Quill VVccklv Stall' 41 Svnior llluv 41 All 'lx 3 All ll -l Ollui Assiluu 4 l3 II 'l Cnill 4 N l School l lgl' -1 nan' Us 1 ,' 'sg 1 ruvci u -1 31 J ' Oflicci Z . 5. l.. 41 Ukln. lllnor Soi-iulx' 4: Snulviu Council 3. 4. j V 'I ,4 4 1 . F .' 9' J u,,u,- ff ,L , ,' J iv? tv V HJ, V ' , ' 1 LQ X 5 '..fl"' ' ' I., 5 A A, , y , ., L . ? V M :v L? ! ' ,Mk .yv 1 -I ' ,- f 4 Q , lv , Q, ,v , , ,, 'V fm . Q' R' P - 1 . " Vx 4 QE ' L- V 4"-v ci'-1. .1 V H JE.. W , , " N ,. - , 7 . A ' ,, M 1 ff fn Q yi' 14 f , Y 4 - 1- f -1 x r . R, 1 L , f ,Q W,-f 4 . , tv W 'P ' , ' 'LQ . f , ' , 1 -v u ' L asf' M MQ. H 5 ' UV?" J I I ' g 4 f fa ix' a H Aylif . LL' ,, 'Vi' 7 1 f , 1 I rs f A I Zh, , J H A ' .' L 'V qi. 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Stull 4g Sruiur llluv -lg llrllai ll.llK'l1I -lg lh'liui'lm'r -lg !XtllI.lL'Ill'N -lg lligaivrlu' -lg Oliln. lluuur SUL'lk'IV 2, ,l, -lg l'gilvu4- 2, l. -lg V. l'. lg l'u-s, -lg llilllu iflull l, -lg Niuiouail Art llouoi- SOL'il'IX' 2, gl, 4. lll5Nl5 'llllllllf lull llLlNlil'llHlll l,x-in-i'iiigiii l, -lg ll.m-lmll I4-iluriunu Z, ,l, -lg lluiuz- RUUIII Pu-Y. -lg llulin 'l'lu-in -lg l'ra-s. -lg lxl.u' Quin-cu txIlt'Iltli1I1l -lg Olalai, l-luuur Sncictx' lg ,lg -lg l'l1ysirs Qflulr 'lg N.R,Q.'l'.Cl, Scliulurslmip -l. I iil5Nl5 'l'llUMAS llguul 2, .lg -lg llauul lgl'lI1'fIllilIl 2, ,l, 4g lla-ltai 'I'hL-la 4g lllwsiu lflulv -l. I K1llARl,l-S 'lillQRNl5 Siumln-ui Kiuiiixril -lg l5lil.lN 'l'lll9lilll.lg lluuu- liuuiu l'rl-x, ,lg Src. fg Stull:-ut lfouucil 4. Il5RRQl.l, I. llNRllll llililc Cflulm -lg l'lixwiu Cflulm -l. SENIORS OF 1951 VIOLA KASIK VANDERDOIQS I.a Iunta 3. 4. LOIS VENABLE Home Room Treas. 23 Band 2, 3. 43 Band Letterman 2, 3, 43 Quill Mag. Staff 43 Quill Weekly Staff 43 Quill Office 43 Okla. Honor Society 3, 43 Student Council 33 School Reporter 43 Quill Reporter 43 All-State Band 4. TOMMY VENABLE - Class V, I'. 43 Sec. 33 lfootball Manager 3, 43 Truck Manager 23 Home Room Pres. 3. 43 Sec, 33 May Queen Attendant 43 Stutleut Council 2. VIELMA KROEKISR VOGT--Home Room Sec. 43 Treas. 43 Chorus 2, 33 IJ, O, Club 43 Sec. 4. IO ANN WAGNER- Home Rootn Reporter 33 Chorus 3, 43 Mixecl Chorus 43 Quill Mag. Staff 43 Quill Weekly Staff 43 Quill Reporter 3, 43 School Reporter 3, 43 Bravette 33 Quill Office 43 Okla. Honor Society 3, 43 Chemistry Club 4. PAUL D. WAKEN7Chorus 23 Mixed Chorus 23 D, O. Club 3, 4. LORETTA IUNE WALLING -Chorus 2, 3, 4: Palette 4. ELIZABETH SUE WARREN- Bantl 2, 3, 43 Band Letterman 2, 3, 43 AllfState Buntl 43 Quill Mag. Staff 43 Quill Weekly Staff 43 Quill Office 43 Okla. Honor Society 3, 43 Quill Reporter 43 School Reporter 4. NVILLIAM VVATKINS--Bible Club 3. BILLY WEDEL Home Room Treas. 4. BARBARA EROESE WEESE - Band 23 Office Assistant 4, RELIEL WEHLING- Home Room Treas. 43 Delta Theta 43 Physics Club 33 Chemistrvx' Club 4. I.. DLIANE WEIS Bantl 23 U. E, Club 3, 43 Bible Club 2. SHIRLEY LEE DAHLIN WENTWORTH IANE NVHITE---Quill XV:-ekly Staff 43 Senior Play 43 Offiee Assistant 43 Quill Re porter 43 Bravette 4. I. B. WHITE Baseball Letterman 2, 3, 43 May Queen Attenilant 43 Physics Club 4, Pre-Flight Club, 33 Bible Club 3. VELMA LEE WHITE KATHRYN MAE WHITLEY - D. O, Club 4, MAC WHITSITT Home Room Pres. 2, 43 V. P, 23 Buntl 2, 3, 43 Chorus 33 Mixetl Chorus 33 Band Letterman 2. 3, 43 Okla. Honor Society 4. CIARLA WILCOX--Home Rootn Pres. 33 Quill Mag. Staff 43 Quill Reporter 3. 43 Max Queen Attentlaut 43 Football Queen 43 Palette 43 Student Council 2, 43 Class V, P. 3 I Masquers 3. ji MARTHA WITT Legiouettes 2, 3. 4. BOBBY WINGET MILDRED WRIGHT Chorus 2, 3, 43 Mixetl Chorus 43 Senior Plan' 4. SHIRLEY WRIGHT Chorus 2, 33 Mixed Chorus 33 Atluaettes 43 Iiravette 2, 3 IJ. E. Club 4. KENNETH WYATT. ANN CLAUDETTE YOUNG- 7-Bravette 2. 3. IANE WILSON- Home Room Treas. 23 Re Jorter 33 Chorus 33 Bravette 23 l'.ilette 43 uniofz Glass at, s H e ftoofz qfamiftj 7-'zeeu By RONAL I think I have never seen any one more escited than the kids who were backstage at the Ifducation Building on the night of Feb- ruary 26. That night was something big for twelve Iinid High juniors. and it was something big for Ii.I-IS. herself, because it marked another Hrst, our Hrst junior Class Play since before "the fire." TVhen I walked through the door. the first thing I saw was a pair of boys, Gene Kirkham and Gilbert Ives, working like mad to see that everyone received a program. l didu't pay much attention to them or to the program, though, when I spotted the fifteen lovely young ladies, Iiarl jane Wlhis- It-r. Barbara Patterson, Betty jo Ball, Edith Regier, IVIilda Smith, Maticy Lee Rhodes, Carole Iieuquay, Shirley Wltitt', IVIarv Lou lsffcffreary, Barbara Blair, IVIargy Kirkhart, Dorotha Tribble, Darlene Hanks. Benelea Baker, and Shirley Bradley who were serving as ushers. and really doing a bang-up job of helping people find where they were to sit. Fsackstage, though, things weren't quite as those l had just seen. Lawrence Neill and Harold Pratt, the electricians. and Norman Duckworth, who held the executive position of curtain boy, were going over some last tnintite cues for lights and curtain. David Tarpenning, property master, was checking to see that all the props were in place. David had had a lot of help with these properties from lkdargy Kirkhart, Loy Dale, and Pat Shaver. The sound technician, Laurence Swink, was going over his cue sheet to make sure everything was in order. just then, I happened to see two girls in the cast all ready to go, and believe me, Iiern Davidson D CARLBERC and Nfyrna Shofifner, the makefup tech- nicians, had really done a good job. Brad McDonald was almost chasing himself doing the last-minute jobs a stage manager has to do, and Elaine Durkin was running around in circles finishing up her house managing job. Garlan Braithwaite was work- ing hard to see that his rehearsal assistant's duties were done, and at the satne time Qas could be expectedj was feeding a line to Bob Mtiir and Gary Babb, who had just completed the stage carpentry work. Then I looked into one of the costume rooms and saw that Ioanna Champlin. Loy Dale, and Nancy Usher had been at work to find just the right things for everyone to wear. But that was enough of backstage for the evening. so I squeezed through all the crew members hard at work, and went back to the audience. judging by the way the build- ing had filled up, I could easily see that Quinn Brisben and Bill Donnell had done something about advertising the show and that Shirley Holt, Kae IVIajor, and IVIary and Nfargy Gifford had really been working on advance ticket sales. Before I had made myself comfortable, the curtain opened on Act I, and I saw more results of the hard work that had been done. The set that Bob Nfyers, Carlan Crawford, Franklin Dorman, Stanley Gregg. Bob Ca- lusha, Bill Shore, and Leonard Atkinson had spent Saturday afternoon setting up looked dandy for the play, and Leonard Atkinson. Bill Shore, lim Palmer, and jimmy VVilliam- son had done a grand job of painting the scenery. hffary Lou IVIeCreary and Shirley VVhite spent a lot of time fixing draperies, and from the results, they were well re- warded. Wfhile all these crews were of great itil portance to the success of the showi, the cast did a fine job, too, and I'm not forgetting them. Quinn Brisben and Ciarol Coen were the parents of a typical American family, with two charming daughters. Shirley lfranks and jeneal IVIoots, and two fine sons, Chuck Bond and Ken Noah. But Shirley, as Hilde- garde. had a habit of getting'into trouble. first, she somehow left the impression at school that her father was a drunkard and then with the help of D'Iilla lirrateher, a little neighbor girl who liked to play post- man, circulated her fatheris old love letters in the mail boxes throughout the neighbor, hood. As punishment, her father arranged a date with jack Harris, his boss's son, who had not yet graduated into long pants. The rest of the play revolved around how to get the long pants, so jack wouldnit be the laughing stock at the school prom. After much discouragement. jack finally tried a plan which failed. He stole CIhuck's pants and left hitn stranded wearing just the shorts in a room full of people. The thing that bothered Chuck most was that his girl friend. Rosemary I-Iarms, was in the group. and as he put it, "I hope Iillie lYIae forgets about me in those shortsli' In the middle of all the trouble Ken had to try an invention to get worms out of the ground without digging. It worked and put things in a turmoil but set his young flame, Virginia Kepford. aglow becatise he was successful. Then jack's parents, lsfary jean I-Iinman ffiontiuued on Page S5j ' '1 ,QV 1 bf I LLVU07ZS By IO ANNE PENDERGRAFT and NANCY TINDLE X'.11.1111111s 111-11111' 1111-1. 211111 3,1-1: 1.111 '11 111111111s c1l'11L' fX1111111ss, 15111 XNYl'1l1UI1, .11111 11111s1 .1 501111111 11 1111.1 L11l1'S11-1 5111111 l111ss11111'. BU' Xx"'1'1"' "H 1111' A Umm M111 Rikhllul l llmlll l'll llllllg ll, llll. 'lull lm. nm, lllll Xh71lt'111'1lHilIl. 1111' Xh,Al11il'I', 1jilll1 1111ss1'11. 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Glvntltt Ralslt, lX'lall'tl1tt Vllillloi lit-ttv Snutli, ln- W'it-ltlitu: Otlivr Hvroit' Roolaicx tlt'tt'l'tltimAtl to lmrva tlt tlu' ntouotonx' ttntl tmlurr tltuu' cottttxttlvs in tlistrt-xx, :uloptutl tht- lmlut' atntl wlutt- ol tlu l'lratvrttt's atntl vt-llt-tl nugltty t'ltt'crs tlxu nitult' tltt' rztltrrs ring. 'liltvx' wt-rr lX'lttrv l.ou Mt'CQt't-1tt'x', Pius Suu Alntltonv, lXlatutlint' Allwrt, latniu' l'mrtt ttun, Stuulrtt llrown, Row lXltu'x' C,4tltv.tx Donna ffntuplwll, lXl:trilvn iilmpt-k, Kin lDLlYL'llPUI'I', Nlatry lillvni Davis, Nort-llt Dogtntg lXlatrx' lftllin, Snootx' liitt-luttut, Rita liwiug. Cxttrolt' lirttqttztv, Nancy l"owlt'r, l,otx Cllincs, lllauultt Ut't'ct', Slurlrv Harris, Gaul Httrris, Sliirlcy Holtxcu, Ciyintltiat lluwvl llttultt H ' I A' N , Illklll, lxuk, Slurlvv lgutgloixl, l1Vl'lYll I.t-Mlm Dulort-s l,atx'lit'ltl, llttrt lillvn l.owrx Ann l.uutly, Ciortt ln' Nlljlbilllkllll, Cfttrolt lXl4trqttis, Nutlrn Sun' lXl4trqttix, lttnt' Nvilxon l'ntrlmt'at Pruitt, Gln-ntltt Ratxlt, lcssit' Ann ff.l1HllllllK'Ll ou litgt- T51 faint mio Continued Success to Graduates . sg! Hotel Youngblood AIR CONDITIONED Guest Rooms, Codec Shop, Banquet Rooms zs. g YOUNGBLOOD FOUNTAIN Famous for Sandwiches and Drinks, Drug Sundries is! Headquarters for all School Activities Bruce Wallace Owner and Manager THE Quai. lVIao.-xzmiz ttotiaatls in time atefz . . . Good evening, ladies and gentlemen. Mas' l have your tickets please? Your programs are in your hands, and the show is ready to begin. 'Let me first introduce the instructor of this evenings presentation, Miss Pat Armould, whose excellent directing has made "l-lolidays in the Watt-t"' the great produc- tion it is. If you will now follow your pro- grams, we will say, "On with the showli' af sk sf vs wk Time--the present, Nlarch 5 and 6, 8 p.m. Settinggthe swimming pool of Enid High School Caszfthe Aquaettes Narrator-Bette iVfcCugin ACT l-VAl.l:NTlNlEiS DAY Direclor4Shirlee Stoll This day is the symbol of all that implies love and romance. loanne Pendergraft swims the immortal Cupid in his search for Psyche, Sandra Brown. Wt'avit1g their love knot about the swimming Valentines: Norma Wilkiiis, Sharon Bruer, Sally Nlalone, Donna Campbell, Mavis Craton, and lean Ranck, the sweethearts pledge their undying allec- tion for each other and delight the eyes of all tl'llL' observers of this day. ACT ll- Eastilk Director-Nancy Tindle No spring would be complete without the annual Easter Parade to thrill the heart of every woman! Of course, the fanciful bon- nets' reflect many walks of womans life. We see Minti Almond, Nlovie Queen, Sue Temple, Housewife, Doris Leabo, Society Cal, Nedra Marqllis, Country Lass, Sydney Rainey, Chorus Girl, Nlargie Lowe, Sports- woman, and, for a touch of spice, Shirley Smack, l-ladacoll The children could never be left without an Easter Bunny, so we supplied two: Carole Cungoll and Beth Pel- low, adequately equipped with cottontails and bunny ears. Comedy Skit by Shirley Franks and D'Ella Bratcher Timber Queen, attired in the latest beach wearlll, is serenaded by that lover of lovers. Lumber Luke, also dressed in stylelll, in Iflll' Romeo fashion, 1 ACT Ill-Fotnrrn or lun' Dirzfctor-Minmi Almond The colorful show of whirling pinwheels, flashing sparklers, and dazzling rockets al- ways amazes and entertains the celebrating crowds. lean Ranck and loanne Pendergraft touch off the fireworks performed by Mavis Craton, Nancy Tindle, Snooty Eitelman, Shir-lee Stoll, lane Neilson, and lody Fowler. Reds, Wltites, and Blues show their patriot- ism for the Flag on this Independence Day amid the inevitable fun-making. ACT IV-Harrowmfw Director-Ioanne Pendergraft Ghosts and Coblins and Chouls are on the prowl this night. The ghosts: Sally Malone, Beth lteliow. Nancy Tindle, Donna Campbell, Minmi Almond. and Sydney Rainey have the power to become water goblins. VVeird moans and wails accompany the appearance of the Black Cat, lean Ranck. who slirhers about thc goblins, now myste- riously adorned with herv jack-o-lanterns. Nlidnlight sends all the revelers back to their rest for another year. Comedy Skit bv Nancy Tindle and Snooty Eitelman ltis a good thing you didnit wear your Sunday go-to-meetin' suit, because those Rag hilops these washer women are wielding have no mercy when they're cavorting around and slinging waterl Aer V--Crnus'rsi.'xs Director--Nlargaret Nlood Santa Claus, Carole Cungoll, is again preparing for that big trip to all the chil- drens homes. His faithful reindeer: Shlrlee Stoll, Doris Leabo, Snooty Fitelman, Mai'- aret Nlood, Sharon Ruch, Mavis Craton, g - . - . Norma Wilkiims ,and Shirley Smack are prancing around his North Pole home while the jolly fellow loads his merry sleigh. Of course, no Christmas would be complete without a ll'L'L', so Santa and his reindeer gladly oblige by presenting a trulv beauti- ful one. Act VI-Nrw YI-ARiS Dar Director-lNlaVis Craton lane Neilson. as the New Year, has the privilege of introducing all the months that will be coming our way. Taking their places are: Ianuary, Sandra Brown, liebruary, lody Fowler: ivlarch. Donna Campbt-ll,' April, Nedra l'Vlarquis, iVlay, Sue Temple, lime. Sally Nlalone, Iuly, Shirlee Stoll, August, Nlargaret lvlood, September, Sharon Bruer, October, Snooty Eitelman, November, Doris Leabow, and December, Sharon Roch. Time marches on around the clock and around the calendar. Gll.'XNI1 FIN.-Xl.l: - Tm. Caowmwo or 'nut QlIl'l-.N Candidates are: Minii Almond, French Club, Ioanna Champlin, Girls' Athletic As- sociation, Ann Corry, Bravettes, Beverly Hillis, National Forensic League, Kae lVlajoi', Chemistry Club, Beth ljellow, Latin Club, Ioanne Pendergraft, Aquaettes, Sydney Rainey, Palette Club, lean Ranck, Library Club, Carolyn Reynolds, Spanish Club, Nancy Tindle, Delta Theta, and Shirley VVright, Distributive liducation. i Our lovely VVater Show Queen, chosen by none other than liarlev Granger, is Miss lean Ranck, candidate of' the Library Club. No more perfect way is there to 'end an evening of enjoyment than by witnessing the crowning of this beantifnlvand popular member of the Senior Class of l95l. Good evening, folks. VVe'll be seeing you next year. QQ' 4 4 1 r 'E 1 Wiki' N ' X' x. I ' A L- 1 ' . 9 k . ' ' ' fm ' ., Q f.- if - gs "'Q'x': 5, T Q Y f 'xx 3 Q H V . f f '- 4 A . ,..., Yfi-, .,, ,...L. mar J-.,4,,Q y. 4, 'g,,g"' ' ff ' . x 54 : M .,., RM ,S , M L X. M s f 1 , A :JH y , khqqf, r wTiQLEm .. fynyfj iv 5, X -if V.. nv wif' " f. -' ,E AL ' '5' MQ.. '- Aft, wr. 1 1 R fi' '- 1 2 L A , X f H - Jamrrw -.-M .. X M A f -xv: N , Q, Mn n . - ,, x ,ff , w -r I sf ,UL "- a,..a2mwf , A.:.i? -.1 -JAJJA X Fx X , li N. ww 311111 Q bQwA 62 By RONALD CARLBERG and HAROLD SINGER One of the busiest departments in Enid High School is the speech department. Hud- son Wilctix is the director ol' this group of students, a group who have worked them- selves ragged and enjoyed doing it. The easiest way to see how much work this group has done is to relive the year with them and take a look at the activities in which they have participated. In the United States there are live na- tionally approved speech contests for high schools. IQHS students entered four of these. These contests really meant more to the participants than other events because they ollered prizes that the students can use. The lirst ol these was a radio speech contest, using four-minute original scripts entitled "I Speak for Democracy." Harold Singer took local honors, and with the honors, a portable radio. Harold's speech went all the way to state contest hefore it was defeated. Next came the American Legion's Constitu- tional oratory contest. Ronald Carlberg won the local and county competition, but placed second in the district meet. The two wins gave Ronald fifty dollars in bonds. Harold Singer took lirst place once again when the Knights of Pythias oratory contest was held. Harold won twenty-live dollars as county winner and is eagerly awaiting the state contest in Iune and a chance at the hundred dollar prize. The last of these contests was Health and Brad Ivic- through the present pre- at Lincoln, sponsored by Iylntual Benefit Accident Insurance Company. Donald has worked his way state competition and is at paring for the regional meet Nebraska. Another ol the speechsters' big activities was the tournaments held throughout the year. Twenty-eight students entered at Phil- lips University. The next contest, at OBU in Shawnee, was attended bv thirty-two ISHS students. Fourteen students travelled to Alva next to help Enid High take second place in the tournament at Northwestern State Teachers' College. At the same time these students were in Alva, six other Enid representatives were entered at Edmond. Enid is attending two state contests later this year to round out the tournament activi- ties of the year. Six students are entered in the National Forensic League tournament in Seminole. Any students who win at that contest will he qualified for the national tournament to be held in Los Angeles. All the students who have qualihed in any previous meets will be entered in the state meet at Norman. Harolcl Singer and Ronald Carlberg will represent EHS in debateg Frances Long in humorous readingg Nlarvella Hern or Veltlena Iones in dramatic reading Qboth girls qualified, but rules only allow one entrant from a schooljg lVIarvella Hern in poetry interpretationg Bette IVlcGugin, girls' extempg Brad IVIcDonald, boys' ex- tempg Carol Deel, girls' radiog Ronald Carl- berg, boys' radioq lohn Dykes, public ad- dress, Quinn Brisben, Iohn Dykes, and Garlan Braithwaite, discussion, and Ronald Carlberg in original oratory. The speech department produced three assemblies this year. On Ianuary I2 the de- partment presented three skits to the student body. Lawrence Neill, Brad IVlcDonald, Garlan Braithwaite, and Mr. Wilcox, sub- stituting for Iohn Dykes, showed their in- terpretation of what happens when the women gather for an afternoon of cards. Veldena lones, Ierry Hooley, Doris Ayers, and Patricia Peak presented a hillbilly ro- mance entitled "Orrey's Courtin '." The last of these three was a gypsy musical combin- ing the talents of Russell Biby, Barbara Blair, Ronald Carlberg, Io Clark, Sydney Rainey, and Lolita Knaus, Mr. Wilcox joined forces with Miss Morrow for the Easter assembly on March 22. On May 4, the speechsters showed they too had musical talent with a "gay nineties revue." P """"""""""""""""""' """"""""""" a 4 n 1 n I I n 4 I I 5 Monroe Food Market E E 5 E The F inesl in F rozcn F oods and Meals E I I : All U. S. Inspected : I I I I : Telephone 325 623 W. Market : n n E flcmu from General Plospital E I I I I Q I guxussnxs5111Q1ss1115111111111xxsxnsuxxnnnxxsuxusxxxxsxuxxx Ti-in Qlllll, Matzszmt- The highlights of this year's work as fat' as the audiences were concerned were the three plays presented by the department. The First of these was the all-school play on December l0, "One lioot in Heaven." The combined ellorts of lll sttulents, rep- resenting the Sophomore, lunior, and Senior classes, all worked together to make this production a success. On liebruary 26, the Iuniors started what we hope will grow into a tradition. They presented Enid Highis Hrst Iunior Class Play in years, "VVe Shook the Family Tree." Something dilferent was presented when the Seniors took over. On April IO, they proved that scenery and props didn't make any dillerence in a play with their production of "Our Town." Another Hrst came into being with the organization of a speakers' bureau, Each member of the speech class was assigned at topic of interest to high school students. and a speech was prepared on this topic. These speeches were then given to the home rooms who asked to hear them. Looking back over a year as full as that, it is easy to see why this article started, "one of the busiest departments in EHS is the speech department." xxxxnxxusxsnnsxnnasxxsxxusss See us for . . . - BUILTJN CABINETS to your specifcatiorls 0 LUMBER 0 QUALITY MILLWORK 0 AUTOMOBILE GLASS 0 VVINDOXN GLASS 0 MIRRORS 0 FIXTURES ENID PLANING lVllLL CO. 404 South Independence Phone l82 fflffore than 50 years in business in., Enid, Oklahoma QHQQIQQQHQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQU SENIOR CLASS PLAY If ll By RUTH DWYER and IEAN RANCK ull Nllll lun. ui: April lll .ii tlu' l'llllt.l'IUll C-ilwlws, playful lay lm' Hlaulvla. -llu' limi aut lliiililiiii-Q, ilu' iurlaiiii iliil :uni gn up mi ilu' llu' Daily l.il4'. pi'i'wiitul ilu- XXX-lvl: niul Niiiiui play "Our 'limviif' 'lilu' ri-.iwn living Ciilwlws linlnilivx comistiiig ul Clirwl Du-I, llnxi llmi ilu' tlII'I.lllI mu gilruuli' up wlu'i1 ilu' Rulwisim. l-lm-nlil Siiigm-ig Cilyilv I.iiwu-r. lkillii- iiuliviui' .lri'iwil, 'lliix play was Ilu' mm! lYliICl1c'll. 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Alllll Cuwwigm' l12lllk'I', Rll5SL'll Bilw, Denis Af'i'i'x,lSllm' llixul lwxiix: lulllllhl llniul. lniu- l7iu'ilQwii, l'i.iiuvs lmig, lliitli iXliliiliix', l'.itiui.i l'v41lQ, SXtlI1l'X RAIIIICY. llhxllll 5.lllllL'I'S, Ciuiu' .Sliilwli-w, l'u'x' irlx' Smitli. l'u'lIi' lxlkcllll-alll, lllllk' Xxillill .nul Ili-lm lu-lu-ll. "Our ilimiiii' unix .III i'xwptimwii.il ivlaix iriux lm! it ilul mln' .1 LIIVQII mlull ul wmlx lvx' Ilu' Nt.1"i' Llrwx. Ilu- sl.l1'L' lli.il1.l"i'i x . P T' T' 1 lwmitiuii was .ililv Iilli-il ln' XL'l4l1'll.l linux wliili- lu'i' .INNINIJIIIN xi'vu' Uurix 1Xx'i'rs, lmuu- l7ul1iu'llvi', Nlililiwl Xlliiglit .iiul lillxllll Xlnigiu-ix llu- lilI'l5l'Illt'I' iivw uvmixiul il lirliii 'l'u'l4i'll, Cluiu' Sliipliw, fini' Mill-x, lrrix' l'liuili'x', llmuilil C,.iillu'i'g .iiul l'4iul l,dNl'II. lXllllll'l'il Vlglll, l.Ul'lIlk l,UIlIIl'lli'Y .ilul li'i'i'x' l'lK'l'flN'Ig llimlwli-il .ix l'lK'k'll'lAl.lIlN. 'I'Iu- KlIs,:QllllSI wan XX-lili-11.1 lulux aiiul lu Clark ILullQ unix' ul ilu' III-llifllll. 'lvlu' .!llX'k'IllNlIlg nirvi' was Ilhltll' III! nl iliiu' l1lL'Illlu'i's, l2u'llv Nlnfiiigiii, l'u'x'i'ilx' Hillix .iiul f.nu' lXlilu, llu' Sviiiui' ilaisx nlw ix iiulclwlul in wnu' lllHll'l'LlilSNlIll'Il wllll LQIXK' glull NIIIYINIII lu Ilu' MINI. lluwi' iuwwlvli' wma' lwimiuml Alluil win, Cmrx' lluilwlw, C1.ii'l4ln l1H'.lIlllVVAllll, l.iviii1u- l1H'1lllllK'IllTlIlL:. BI.ltlli'Y lxltiljlblhlltl. l..lH'I'k'IlLt' i , Null. llill Sluiu-. lim 5iu'ul, llaillwli XX'i'iiI.i uiul lu' XYul4liiux llu'u' ix .ilxiuixw glwrx' lui tlum- ulum glli' sun iii .mv plalxy lwiii ilu'i1' nu' gxlw lllfllll' pullvla' Ylbll llllllll wa' llixll slvwrvc' Illllkll fimillliiliul ini l'1igi' All 64 lt's a Pleasure... Our close contact with the faculty and students of Enid High School is a constant, annual enjoyment .... We proudly record their many s c h 0 o l - year accomplish- ments in the pages of our news publications, The Enid Events and The Enid Shop- per, and then have the greater privilege of record- ing these events in a more permanent form through the pages of The Quill Magazine. We like to feel we have had a small part in the Hne recognition this publication receives each year in state- wide competition with other high schools. Skilled crafts- men in our mechanical de- partment look forward cach year to their work on The Quill Magazine. The print- ing of this book is one of our more important activi- ties, and each edition is pro- duced with a maximum of pride. It is truly a pleasure. Enid Events Tjlffllfjfllflg Company llublishers of Ti-nz Emo liriiisrs Tiui Emo Snorriait ll7 Fast Broadway Enid, Oklahoma "'v":'YT3 53' t , mimiiittigairtaimlio BY IO ANN WAGNER Enid High School certainly had its share of beautiful girls-and just as sweet as they were beatitiful, but all of them could not be elected to positions of glamour, and if there is anything Enid High School students love it is Glamour, They insisted on elections to glorify a few lovely young women, and lVlr. Selby reluctantly complied-hating alwavs to see the inevitable disappointment to the many who can't be elected which elections always bring, but agreeing that there was colorful ceremony about the institution of Queens. Varied in their abilities, personalities, and talents--except those of beauty aml friend- liness were: Darle Sullivan, upper left, who was chosen Basketball Queen and whose interests are sxxnxxnsxxxanxxxnxnxsxxsxxxxu JOHN DYKES Sports Sfqiply o ALWAYS THE BEST- CHEAPER THAN THE REST xxxxxxxxnxxssunnxxunuxssxxnu True Qturt MAoA2iNr LLZZVLS varied. She is a very good example of the typical American girl. A contagious smile and always giggling makes her one of the best liked girls in lfnid High. Then Carla Wilcox, upper right, modest, capable, and with an amazing friendliness that was always all-inclusive. Her tnodesty was almost a fault, and with those looks too. She could write anything from football to poetry and match your mood perfectly, from slapstick to pathos--whatever the occasion demanded, and you could always depend on her. lean Ranck, center, combined the execu- tivesliip demanded, as their president, in leading the Bravettes to a successful year. likewise her interests included Palette art club. where her interest and artistic skill there and in art class won for lter an Art Scholarship to Phillips University. She was crowned Queen of the Aquaettes Water Show in competition with many other beau- ties. A straight "A" student, lean also had time to help edit this yearbook. Lovalwle Letha Boyle, lower left, our lVlav Queen. was generous with lit-r time when- ever anyone needed anything- a friend to everyone. in her part day at lfnid High she accomplished tnore than most people do .ill day, and tio one was happier about her election than the adults with whom she worked every afternoon at Newman's, for they recognized those same qualities in l.etha her other friends at school were paying tribute to. lylarvella Hcrn, lower right, a marvelous girl with a record for activities, leadership, friendliness, and honors seldom accorded one person. Our lovely Band Queen, lVlarvclla's honors of being President of Girls' Nation, llresident of the Student Body, and winner in various Speech awards, all proved lu-r ability to take those things with the same unassuniing friendliness, remaining just the same sweet girl she had been before. ,sxxxxxxxxnxxxxxxxxssxxxxsxxuxxnssnnmxxxssuxxxxxnxsxxxxxxssxuu' I I I I I I 4 4 4 I 4 4 4 I I I I 4 I 4 I I I 4 4 4 I I 4 4 4 : 367 East Princeton 4 I I 4 rnxxxxxnxu-nxsxsxxxuuxnxx-msnxxx KNAPP ADVERTISING COMPANY Qlnc tmi' p iii' atcdl Outdoor Advertising Service "Throughout the Southwest" I I 4 I 4 I I I I I 4 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Enid, Oklahoma I I I I nnxsssxxunsnsxngynn-gunxnaxxgxd 66 Ti-ni Quui TNTACAZINIA St!itltiiiiliiiiiSliiiiiiiii' . ' p lzlccafcons The Fi,-Sf National Bank By jo ANN WACNER and ELIZABETH suE WARREN of Enid, Oklahoma Capitrl and Surplus SI,OO0,000.00 Complete Banking Facilities du OFFICERS A. I1 Butts I. N. Champlin ki. lf. l'l l'l'l' ian lfinis L. WK-st H. A. D 1xc'1' ksen V. INT. Shawley President l'ire-I'resir1'ef1t Vice President Cashier Asst Cashier' A.vs'tCr1Jlvir'r lX4emher liederal Reserve Deposit Insurance Corporation snxusasxunxnnususxxxxuxxxnxu xnsssnnxnxnsnxuxxx H91 S D Qsxxxuxnxn- A Ti l 'L al . lull up a chair' 1 And let's talk about Your future home- VVhen you IIURNISH it Come to LOOMIS ur Inst like your Father Did before you" 9!Ft':. . . .!.'. SINCE I 9 I4 129-131 East Broadway xsxsxuuxxxsxxnxnnxnxnxsssuxu At last the finished product of many months cf hard work has finally arrived. The hard work began last October i7 when Miss Ruth Scott and V. O. Marshall. sponsors, appointed the l950-I95l Quill Magazine Staff. The students were chosen upon recommendations of teachers in the English, Commercial, and Mathematics de- partments. Eirst came the good times as members from the Quill Weskly and Annual staffs journeyed to Norman to attend the Okla- homa Interscholastic Press Association con- ference held at the North Base, October 20 and Zl. After attending sessions on dilferent phases of newswriting, the stalf members enjoyed a barbecue. Following the morning meetings in which a first place plaque was presented to jo Ann VVagner, 1951 editor, for the V350 Quill Annual, the homecoming parade was viewed. ln the afternoon, the students attended the O.Ll.-Kansas game. Back home, with renewed spirits, the staffs immediately began to plunge into the strenuous work that lay ahead. Wliile the assigned stories were being prepared, ads and snapshots began to pour in. Typists were diligently working on copy, and class editors were keeping their ears open for news. "VVhere did you get the idea for your book," was one of the many questions that was asked Richard Llewellyn, noted British author, when he spoke to the journalism and English classes january 25. Mr. Llewellyn has written many known books. the most famous of these being, "How Green Was My Valley." His delightful British accent and witty sayings entranced all the students, and they came out of the Little Theater feeling that life was really worth living with such inter- esting personalities to meet. Another famous person to speak to the newswriting classes was Steve Owen, coach of the New York Giants professional foot- ball team and long-time close friend of our own Bruce Selby, principal. The students were amazed at some of the remarks this delightful speaker made. espec- ially when he commented that the football players earn from S5200 to Elll,000 per game. Many interesting discussions were held concerning the different phases of football, coming first-hand from a well-known coach whose warm, human and kindly philosophy of life was evident in his answers to con- troversial sports matters. It was easy to recog- nize his greatness, "Have you read the story on the front page of this weekls Quill?i' is a familiar question, but did you know that many hours of labor are behind each copy of the Quill Weekly? Upon taking a look into the Quill Olhce you would hear a variety of different sounds. A grumble from a reporter as an in furiated editor gives him an assignment thit was to be covered last week. In contrast you'd hear a chuckle coming from the humor editor. Wlizit's this? --a puzzled look from the copy-readers as they try to inter- pret the sign languages of hurried reporters, and a groan from the typists. After the story is copyread, typed, and edited, it is sent to the able hands of the printing department, under the direction of Herbert A. Seem. Everyone eagerly awaits the finished product to see if he or she has a story in. Each week of the school year, volunteer reporters from the journalirm classes cover news from the various grade and junior high schools. Those collecting and writing grade school news this year were: Nancy Wzigiit'1', Elizabeth YVarren, Lois Venalile. Ri'a Turner, Carolyn Reynolds, Connie Hill, Shirle Sears, Sara Lou VVells, jody Sanders. UI'I'l1R PICITLIRE: First Semester Staff First lime: Hill, I. VVliit", lfaliw, l. NYagner. ll. Stephens, M. Adams. I5. Fniiili. Srrrvnd Row: Ruth Sturt, Swviisorg Mtiiugin. Sanders, Hitchcock, Lawter, Herxherg, Duerl-t sen. Clark. CENTER: Quill Olfice liditing by A. Marrs, I. Wagner, D. Stephens, II. Mcliugin. D. Bond. NVith layouts: Ravel-t. Associate lillllllf, and I. WHgllL'f. Editor, Quill Magarine. Right: 7. Miles, M. cll'3l0ll, ll. Singer, and E. Warren. Editor, Wt't'kly. LOWER r1t1TURle- Second Semester Staff First Row: L. Venalmle. Caldwell, Docltum, Wlarren Boyle. Second Row: Cfraton, Ranck. I'ei'dergralt, Berry, Stains. Thin! Roze: Cioley, Singer, Moyers, Dixon. Kay Dickey, Quinn Brishen, Marian Adams, loan Gentry, jane Wl1itt', Velva jo Clark, jane Duerksen, Sydney Rainey, Zane Miles, Rita Adams, Beverly Smitl1.'CIyde Lawter, loann Stains, Patty ilialow, lean Ranck, and Mary Alice Caldwell. Lois Venablt- and Elizabeth Wai1'i't'i1 covered Longfellow news. The journalism students assumed the re- sponsibility of gathering material and send- ing it to press for others to enjoy, while the headache of copy-reading and proof-reading went to Miss Ruth Scott, sponsor. Students felt repaid, however, when they saw their material in The Enid Dailv Eagle or The Enid Nlorning News, and the school children throughout the city felt a tlu'ill it seeing their names and activities, and yes, often pictures in the daily paper. High school journalism students felt a debt of gratitude and appreciation to the editorial stafl' of the News and Eagle for their co-operation in making this experience more practical for them through printing students' news coverage with regularity. , E x i 5 i C7 X ,-. 'N ' L ,X IV ,K K s ,ww ' W i 5 Q, 1 . f , , in n rm .W ' H K ' 'in , CE? -. Qzwwwwn 'wg Q5 5...-.. 'vm 9 ,ali Q 1.1 "J T91 ,gc -. i 1 Y 2 s X . 'EE' 6 4 - 'LQ' C.. ,f 1 Q 5 e ' z 5 f f Q 5 Mali l i Z 3 ,S V2 .I 5 E 5 3 E 5 S --up vb rv x i Q! 8 YE iff' xt'?"'T"' AHQ uv 68 Trni Quni. IVIAGAZINM SPECIAL DELUXE By WANDA SEELEY and ANN DOCKUM Ingredients : 2 kegs of pep and enthusiam I barrel of laughs I bushel of thoughtfulness l bottle of spirit I pt-ek of talent The ingredients of the I2.H.S. Special Deluxe were added alternately throughout the school year to make the slulents' diet of activities well-balanced. The lirst measurements were sifted out on September 6, when Marvella I-Iern, Senior. elaborated on her experiences in VVashing- ton, D.C., at Girls' Nation. The student assembly, held the first of October, provided us with enough laughs and talent to last some time. hdargy Kirk- hart. Russell Biby, and lylarian Adams proved their abilities without the help of the faculty for a highly entertaining assembly. G. W'alIaee Robertson, New York, Direc- tor of youth work for the Presbyterian Church of the United States, added our first tablespoon of thoughtfulness VVednesday, October ll, when he spoke to the student body and faculty on the three basic elements in the design for living. The beautiful mezzo-soprano voice of Miss hflartha Hronopulos, former F.I'I.S. grad- uate, on October Z4 thrilled us with arias from "Carmen" and a few popular selections. A thoughtful and yet sad assembly was held November 2 in the halls of Ill-l.S. An assembly not only of the students but of parents and friends of the boys whose names appear on the bronze plaque in the front hall. This plaque is in memory of all lfnid High graduates who gave their lives in Vtlorld War Il. More talent came to our fabulous Deluxe when Miss Bernita Shaellier, froln Phillips, played the accordion preceded by a talk by litl Dyer, Dean of Men at Phillips Uni- versity. Reverend Robert Smithis talk on the "Three lvlusts in Life," I7riday, November 3, furnished another part of our bushel of thoughtfulness. The next two assemblies made up our bottle of spirit. The spirit of Thanksgiving was added to our Special in a stirring assem- bly by the music department November 22. The girls' and boys' chorus gave seasonal numbers, the featured one being "Grandma's Thanksgiving" by the mixed chorus, De- cember 20, hfliss lylaurine Morrow's choris- ters again blended their voices this time in Christmas carols followed by a visit from Saint Nick increasing the already prevalent Christmas spirit around The world's champion typist, Cortez Peters, visited hnid High School lanuary 22. XVith the help of the public address system, Mr. Peters was able to exhibit his talent of typing 240 words per minute to all the students. Ianuary 29, the students were proud in- deed when lyiike Monroney, Oklahoma's lunior Senator, spoke to us over the loud speaker. I-Ie stated his wish that every high school in the state had a building like ours. Brotherhood Assembly, held Febru- The ary 6, brought three stirring speakers to- gether in one of the most moving programs of the year, Monsigneur Iohn Walde, a Catholic Priest, Israel Chodas, a Iewish Rab- bi. and Dr. George Sears, a Protestant, filled our bushel of thoughtfulness when they stressed in a non-sectarian assembly the importance of brotherhood. To the delight of students and faculty alike, the Speech Department gave their highly entertaining assembly February 9. Three skits, "Cards," presented by lohn Dykes, Bradley McDonald, Garlan Braith- waite, and Lawrence Neillg l'Musical Va- riety" featuring Sydney Rainey, Velva Io Clark, Russell Biby, Barbara Blair, and Ron- ald Carlbergg and "Orry's Courtinif' enacted by Patricia Peak, Doris Ayers, Ierry Hooley, Veldena lones, and Mildred Wt'igl1t, stage manager. More talent and laughs plus a sprinkling of pep followed close after on February Z3 when the Bravette Assembly was given. Margy Kirkhart, Iunior, announced the va- rious skits of the talent scout show which kept us rolling in the aisles. Immediately following, Iohn Dykes, Iunior, discussed briefly his trip to Washington, D.C., as a representative of Region Nine of the Boy Scouts of America. March 22 marked one of the most inspir- ational assemblies of the year-our Easter Assembly, The chorus, under Miss Morrow's direction, furnished the music while mem- bers of Mr. Hudson VVilcox's Speech classes re-enacted the Easter story. The program was brought to a dramatic close with the Hallelujah Chorus. Iulius Caesar QCease I-Ierj visited F.f'I.S. Tuesday, April 24, contributing another part to our barrel of laughs. The Sophomores, under the direction of Roberta Pyle, author, blended their talents in a hilarious western- ized synopsis of the famous play by Shakes- nxxx1uxxxxsxxxxxxsnxxxxxnnxx' CONGRATULATIONS o Walter Seeliger Cjlffotor Company o I-luosow MOTOR CARS o 2l7 N. Washington Phone 2808 .msnxxsxsxuxxxxxu-nxxsnxnxnxnu Wlpeare. Norman Lamb, Sophomore class presi- Ident, was in charge. A trumpet solo by Truman Netherton, two piano duets by Carole hfarquis and Mary Beth Garnett: Kay Davenport and Edith Vogt, and a marimba solo by Tonunie Lou Wt'igIit added just enough talent for a good taste of our Deluxe. A little pep and enthusiasm was tossed in when basketball letters were award- ul by Coach Paul Geymann. All F.l'I.S. students agreed that the Special Deluxe was excellent in quality and quantity. 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"I--iiluvil lviiiuilml Irwin gill ILIVIN ul ilu' xwilil .mil liil lllillil' lllt'llllS Iwi' llim Wlll'I'K'Yt'l lu gum, .Xmul ilu- luiiulri-lx ul il.-cixiwiis lluwr tml mmm nmlw ilglilx' tlu'i'i' is xtill Illllt' Im' .iii muiaifviinil vi! . - ' z ' . ' . ' -, it mill wi IIIHIHIIIQ' niuulilli nl ilu lliiill ul lK'IYl.lYlIIg .1 ganu' tlult lx .ill gi ,mil -fl llIl'm'i'llllL: Illt' vuiiiig llli' ilu-x' luitli lun' xii will. 5 . ,. ff my .Z , A IA 70 65213 ll' I9-gfafe Gluzm 5 By W. D. ION ES lVlid-State champs and the University of Oklahoma Invitational Tournament Crown along with their lf?-3 record helped prove this year's addition of the Enid Plainsmen Baseball team as one of the best in the state. Coach Iohn Provost's charges opened the season with a non-conference game with Garber. Still in the experimental stage Coach Provost used three pitchers-Athey, Bris- tow, and Fishinghawk-as the Plainsmen coasted to a I3-2 victory. ln the second home game of the season the Plainsmen ran roughshod over the Shawnee Wolves, posting an I8-4 win. Ierry Haskins and B. White combined efforts to limit the Wolves to five hits. Bert Weber and Virgil Cummings led the I2-hir Enid attack with two bingles apiece. Northeast of Oklahoma City invaded Enid next, for the third straight home game, and ran headlong into a l7-7 ambush. The game was wild and woolly with Enid scoring I7 runs on only 9 hits, 3 by Evert Burdick. Traveling to Garber the Plainsmen gilt beautiful l-hit pitching from Chuck Athey as they blanked the Wolverines 12-0. Gene Cerny. brother of Sam Cerny, last year's All-State catcher. collected Carber's only hit, while Rip Radcliff garnered 3 singles in 3 trips. ln the biggest test of the young season the Plainsmen pinched Capitol Hill 5-3 in lil innings, the longest game of the year, to run their Niid-State record to 3 wins against no losses, ulakei' White pitched masterful 3-hit ball for 9 innings before retiring in favor of reliefer lerry Haskins. Tied 2-all at the end of the regular 7 innings, the two clubs battled on even terms until the tenth when Enid scored 3 runs on a single by Tom Niannuel, an error on lim Hurd's fly ball, Gene Torbett's single, a base on balls to DeRoose Raymond and a single by Iim Bray. White struck out I4 men in the 9 innings he worked. Next the diamond crew nosed by Classen 9-7 for their fourth conference win in as many ties. Sophomore ace Ierry Haskins tossed 4-hit ball but 6 Enid errors kept him in hot water. The Plainsmen scored early and coasted in for the decision. Although outhit 4-2 the Tigers frotu Nor- man handed the Warriors their first loss in 7 outings by leaning on the long end of a 2-l count, Norman bunched their 2 singles with a base on balls and an error in the third inning to post their winning margin. Evert Burdick with 2 for 3 was the only 'inidite who could connect regularly. Enitl's next conquest was from the Ceu- tral Cardinals of Oklahoma City. "Injun loc" Fishinghawk came in to relieve Ierry Haskins in the first inning with one across, one awav, and the bases jammed full, Ioe got out of the inning after the Cards pushed one more run across. Enid overcame the 2-0 lead and tied it up 4-all in the sixth. ln the seventh Bert Weber's powerful triple paved the way for two more Enid runs and the game-winning margin. The last regular non-conference game of the season turned into a route as the home- town crew walloped the Alva Golclbugs I2-4. Chuck Athey and Aubrey Bristow stopped Alva on 6 hits while "Rocket" Hurd. uCass" Nfanuel, and Iones collected 2 each of Enid's 9 base hits. in the coldest and windiest weather ever imagined for a baseball game the Warriors Track By CHUCK ATHEY With the opening of February the 1951 track team got under way. Out of the 38 boys who reported only five were lettermen of the previous year: Steve Champlin, Senior, Bill Cobb, Senior: Norman Duck- worth, Iuniorg lim Hurd, Senior, and Don Sloan, Iunior. With such little experience in his scanty squad, Coach lim Stroup set out to build an entirely new team. Since the air was still a little nippy, the first few weeks of practice were spent running in the school gymnasium. Several early meets were scheduled, but bad weather forced them to be called off. Although there were one or two previous inter-squad meets, Steve Champlin was the first Enid lad to see real competition. This was at Stillwater, Mai'ch 30th, at the Okla- homa Aggie Relays. Champlin was the only Plainsman entrant in the meet. He took a 3rd place in the shot-put. The next weekend, April 6, saw the whole team journeying to Duncan to compete in the Annual Southern Oklahoma Relays. This was the Hrst meet in which most of the team had competed. Although Champlin and Hurd were the only two thinclads from Enid who placed in the meet, the new- comers received a lot of good experience, and showed up well considering their ex- perience. Hurd placed an easy first in the pole vault with a better than average, I0 feet 9 inches. Champlin came in with a 4th place in the shot-put. On Friday, the 13th of April, a ten-man team went to Shawnee to participate in the Bison Relays. Friday the 13th might be an unlucky day for some, but not for Hurd and Champlin. Again, these were the only two Plainsmen who chalked up points for the Enid team. Hurd placed a close 2nd by vaulting ll feet 4M inches, his highest jump of the year up to this point, and Champlin Tnif Quiu. MAGAZINE topped the Shawnee crew 6-5 in near freez- ing temperature. Trailing 5-2 the Plainsmen scored 3 runs to even the game in the sev- enth inning. ln the eighth Iones drew a base on balls, was sacrihced to second by White and scored when the centerfielder dropped Evert Burdicles fly ball. ln the most polished performance of the year the Warriors eked by Capitol Hill 3-1. Sophomore Aubrey Bristow allowed but 4 hits as he set the Redskins down in order for 4 innings. Sparkling fielding and 2 timely hits by Gene "Barbells,' Torbett paved the way to a most cherished victory. A showdown for the Nfid-State conference crown was on the minds of the Classen Comets as they invaded the home stamping grounds for their second try at the "Power- QContinued on Page 955 won the shot with a put of 47 feet 8 inches, also his best of the year. A scant Plainsmen team ventured to Nor- man and the Iviid-State Track lvieet the following Saturday. Enid managed to net I5 points in the meet and rank 4th in the fvfid-State standings. Iimmy Hurd came home with another lst place in the pole vault, while Champlin copped lst and 4th places in the shot-put and discus throw, respectively. Bill Cobb won a 3rd place in the 440-yard dash and the mile relay team. consisting of Cobb, Sloan, Dykes, and Wil- liam Sturdevant, placed 4th in the running. fContinued ou Page 055 By STEVE CHAMPLIN Some eighteen hopefuls reported for Coach Paul Geymann's golf squad when the team was announced, Under the careful guidance of Coach Geymann, this team forged ahead to be one of the most successful golf teams in Enid High School's history. This was only one, however, of the many spring sports in which the Plainsmen excelled. This team, with some of the brightest young golf stars ever to be produced by this town, placed in every meet winning three dual meets and losing one. In the Hrst meet of the season the Plains- men conquered the Pioneers of Stillwater High School 9 to 6 on the Pioneers' home course. The travelling squad for this meet was composed of Max Nloyers, Richard Havenstrite, Iim Barnes, and David Selby. Nfoyers and Havenstrite were the team's Olli- standing golfers and were held highly in the regard of many of the town's older golfers. April 23 the Plainsmen played a return match with Stillwater at Oakwood Country Club and once again defeated the Pioneers by an ll-to-4 count. In their second meet of the season the Plainsmen turned the Ponca City Wildcats Qflontinued on Page 97j fl, JH W Xa X., X1 xx 'N F ' - 7 Q1 ,, X- F , C V M A R 1.1, I L 4 W- H- ,225 if - ' 15, , -,-1 . 0 ag, ' N M -1 xl :Tiff 4795 .L D , Q lyflfffl 2 Ufilfq M4 61.-14' wr u7'hliaWil,.JIw1.nuML- Qaluwwqmm . , k k Qf d 9, 2 gi, ,,, 'Zi FG Pflih- , Ol' '. A g fi x M 4 Y . Nag, 'X Am--,',,' "S I 'l, Il llf-1-.zlfl Im Hum rl.I1ll xl 1 ' 2 V lnrlwlt lhrl- Sullnvnlm . , . 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Slllll l'111-111- D1111 1w1ill1111-11 Illll l511glc51111g 5 MARCO B111MFu1.L 5 1 and 1 E BIG " " FOOD PRODUCTS E Distributed by E 1 Grocery Company 2 limo Hiott Scuooi 75 uni fz- eni fz Recepfi n By IO ANNE PENDERCRAFT and SHIRLEE STOLL TQ THE CLASS Soft huckgrotiml music of old southcrn nu-lodics caunc dimlv to our cars us we cnf u-rt-tl tht- door and' took our scaits for tht- lll5l luuior-St-nior Reception. It was out first introduction to tht- progrnnt. As wc scttlcd down to watch, tht- curtain apt-nt-tl. und in lu-t-ping with tht- tlu-nic, "VVny Down Southfi wt- saw an old-fnsliiout-d southern Vl'l'lllItl1l, complt-tc with swct-ping stairvvaiy, lioncysucltlc and mugnolins. The litst division, "The Old South," hc- gun as tht- Cll1ll'llCl't'l'S caunc onto tht- stngc with tht- song "Curry Nic Buck to Old Virginuvf' lncludcd inithis sccrion wt-ru such old time favorites as "Lucky Oltl Sun," and ucilllhllllil in the Mornin'." lr Cllllll' to Ll close with at cliuicc to tht- tunc of " 'Neath tht- Southcrn Moon." Alter this, caunc tht- most unusual fcnf turt- ol' the prograuu. lustcnd of serving lllifl'l'VVQll'llS as has lx-cu tht- custom in tht- pnst, Sophomore girls drcsscd ns colored piclcnninnics and munuuics st-tvcd rufrcsli- mt-nts to tht- uudicnct- during tht- part of tht- progrniu vntitlcd "holla Songs and South- crn Hospitality." Ncxt tht- sccnc shiftcd to tht- prcscnt with tht- st-ction cntitlcd "The Ncw South." The luniot cast sang and danced their way through it with rvnditions of such popular songs ns "Mockin' Bird Hill," "The Shenan- doah VVatltz," :uid u ntcdlcy of Dixieland jazz tuncs. Tlmt- wholc cast of uhout 80 luniors closed tht- show hy singing tht- grauul linulc, "Dixit'." The lunior Class Sponsors. Nlr. Homct Ht-nson and Miss Ruth Moyer, wcrc in Cllllfgk' of tht- rt-ccption, Plans were llllltlt' hy ai planning committcc which included thc lunior Class othccrs: Ptcsidcnt, Paul llusscllg Via-fl7l't'sitlt'11t, Lcnnic Longg Soc- tctalry. lvlclvai Dccg Tt't'nst1l'ct', Dolores Mor- glllhillllll Rcportcr, Carole Gungoll. Tc-uclzcrs cn tht' l'I1lllllllfU'i' were Mr, Homer Henson Miss Ruth lvloyt-r, Miss Paulina- Nlucggt- lN'liss lflorcl Ht-lt-nm, lkliss Pat Armould, lVliss Grace Stt-want, Miss M3llll'lllL' Morrow, lVliss Kutlit-rim' llnlcs, Nlr. lack ML'D1llllk'l 1mx1xxxxmxxxxxnsxxxxxxnxxxsx1 HOOVER CLEANERS lI5 South Nhhisliington Strvct linid, OlClLllllll1lll Phone 754 73l't'ff'I'7'L'tl for 'Dz'lu'11df1l1ifity nxxnxxxxxxxxxxssxunxxxulsxxxv Miss Fllcn Corrcll, Mrs, Lois Vance, Mt. Harold Duclu-tt, and Mr. Hudson Wilcox. Othur luniots wt-rc Ric-html HllVL'I1Sfl'lft', Twylal Miller, lovcc Moore, l-lclcn Mudgctt, lody Vliicns, Diivid King, Norma Hoover, luck Harris, lonnnai Cfhnmplin, Gloria Bm-tl, lN!ll'lllL' Cromwell, Dvlorcs lfhtlich, VVa1l1nt-tu Cfoopcr, Harold Pratt, :uid Gerald llnruh. 1xxxxxxxxxxxxxnxxxxxxxxxxxxx- R E M E M B E R l No matter what the occasion .xxnnsxxxxxxsxxxxssxxsxsxxxxv :flmuers mln' ,fllzufzys I Ce Cum pany tfllzlzroprifztgl Qs Oklahoma Floral Company lJm1'oa1clw"z1y Towcr Tclcpllonc 4300 'l'l-Ili GANG ALL GATI-IERS AT THE ESQUIRE THEATRE Enid Drive ln Trail Drive ln Chief Theatre Cherokee Theatre S mu HM i - 76 Girls' Intramural Sports ffiontinued from Page ,Nil Clines, Sylale Kelley, Paula Kirk, Margie MeVieker, Sarah Pellow and Wyvonna Poin- dexter with Io Ann Evans and Sandra Brown as co-captains. On the fourth hour team were Bertha Chapman, Mary Coonrod. Pauline Decker, Doris Franke, Reta Hardesty, Edna Hicks, Edith Hirst, lvlarian Htu'sh, Barbra Hutcher- son, Caroline Schroeder with co-captains, Cleta Hardesty and Doris Lebow. The fifth hour team consisted of Benalea Baker, loanna Champlin, Marie Cunning- ham, Merle Cunningham, Ioyce Donnell, Delores Ehrlich, Beverly Ging, Shirley Lang- ford, Dorothy Mitten, Pat Mullin, Shirley White, Verne-ll Wilson and Sue Temple with Marguerite Harmon and Lou Ann Schmidt for co-captains. From sixth hour came Melvena Schwed- land's team and Betty Daniels' champions. loyce Bailey, Ruth Dyer, Ramona Galusha, lanis Greer, Mary Beth Hays, Beverly Hillis, Shirley Holt and Frances Lavicky were on Mt-lvt'x1a's team. Eleven teams competed for the basketball championship. The second hour gym class's team consisted of Patty Hildabrand, Ioyce Moore, Nlary Simerley, Atha Robinson, Betty Reinhardt and Beverley Sowle, cap- rams. On Cynthia Howells third hour team were Yvonne Craton, Barbara Funk, Syble Kelly, Lois Glines, Alicebeth Grimes, Peggy 1-1--QQ---uxnnugnuuxn-11-11-1 r I I I I I O I I I I I I I I , O I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 'AttSitKQQISQBSQSHKSSHQSIQQSQI xxuxsxsxxxxxnxxxxxsssxssxsnxxxx Cravens, Sandra Brown, Paula Kirk, Wy- vonna Poindextcr and Mildred Champney. On one fourth hour team were Barbra Hutcherson, Mary Coonrod, Maxine Hoo- ver, Reta Hardesty, Mildred DeRoin, Elisa Rodriguez and Carol Codner, captain. On the other team were Barbara Barnes, Doris Lt-bow, Caroline Schroeder, Bertha Chap- man, Edith Hirst, Cleta Hardesty, Doris Franke and Marian Hursh, captain, Benalea Baker's fifth hour team consisted of Shirley White, Marguerite Harmon, De- lores Ehrlich, Pat Mullin, Ioyce Donnell, Vernell Wilson and Barbara White. The sixth hour gym class took the honors by having both the tournament champions and the consolation winners. They were Shirley Holt's and Ioy Cox's teams. On t1xssxxususxxxxnssnxxxxxxssxv McFadden jeweler ll9 West Maine 0 WATCHES 0 DIAMONDS Enid, Oklahoma .---------------------------- Dicx MCCONKAY Friend and Follower of Enid High School. I am proud to have been able to play a part with you in photographing the differ- ent activities of your Senior year and hope in years to come those photographs will bring many happy memories. 1950- 1951 sxnxssxsxxxxxxxsssuxxssssuxusux xt THE QUu.l. MAGAZINE Ioy's team were Ioyce Bailey, Rose Mary Calivas, Ianis Greer, Maureen Hunnicutt. and Doris Saeger. All tournament games were played with the help and supervision of Miss Lois Has- kin, girls' gym instructor. mxssxuxsunssixxssmxxuxusixxx' Enid Paint 6' Wall Paper Company 49 Paints and Ari Supplies '37 125 west Maine sneer Phone 445 nxxusxnxxsuusxxuxxunxuxxuxuxv xxxnusnxxxxsxssxxssxuisxsxsxv 1 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I DICK MCCONKAY Square I I I I 1 txuxuxusxusxnxxsxxsnunxnxxxxxxx I I now W. Randolph E North Side of : I Hsin Huai Srnunx 77 E 9 I t I class. This tram was rnlnposvtl nl tlu' fnl- Chnclt Atluy, Dt-Rnnsc Rilylllllllll, Rip n lowing nu-nihvrsz Nut-l ciillKlt'I'. Dnaiu' Raulclilliv, Cilun l'mwt'rs, lint Stailiurclg ilu- Easketbau ljcwis, Hl'llL'L' ML'KL'L',N leant' llnwt-ll, Bill Rulu-ls blilbllllllyXNl1lIlillIS,l4Pl1IlHlllllK'1lgl'll- St-arat, Bull Huwartl, l-.tl Dnnn, antl Ralph tlall Noah, Harnltl llratt. l.Lllll'C'llL'l' SWIIIIC, fciUlllillllK'tl irnm Pagt- 385 KI'L'll1t'll'l', :Ilul lim Kvllvll lair wav tn wnrla it. Tlu- start nf this vi-ar's Anumng sonu' nl' tlul utlua' tt-anis wc fiiul ililwst- art' tlu' huts who rninpvtcal in this U'llVll1lllU"1f fmlllll I3 fulfils l'l1U'Wll- Y hnvs who art' also known in tlu- sports wnrlml lmllils Iligllly Wfwgslilll ll'4l'?l"im" It is lmllwl' In du. mx! mum' gaumw' ilu. Plan, was of Enid High School. -I-lu. MINT umm im, hy tlu- spnnsnrs,.that a largac lu-ltl will again nut as pnlisluwl as it pi-nvvtl tn ht- latur nn. at folluwsgi limmll Hum- Qflm,-lic lilm-ky mln' lun HI dm Um" "VXI yall um' fo' lim' inany UliIllL'Kl'QlIl1S. it was tlu- lirst tinu- ljun ljm-,L Gym- Smit, XM,Wm- llnww-I-Q Ullwimi U' 'lmlw tim l""'SlI'f""' Ulla' ilgillll' IIWY llllll l'W'l' Pl11Y"ll U'2Ll'IlWV NWI lllilf Virgil Cfxnntnins, VValtcr Nutt, anal Burl il slmuixs' rnniul was inarlu-il hy llllllly vrratic plays. Qjlmlliml flu. "5luL:,," ,lylm-I-it Hlm-lm-,l,,,' H"Wl'W"'- ll' IIN' 5f'fU"'l 'mmfl flu' plan' Chau' cilll1l!llillLfS, liarl Gris, Garv S1lIIl'l!l'Z, xxx-tx--- Bxmxx H-----it-----xl pit-lu-tl np aiul was sunu'what nuxrt' l'k'illlL'Li. qflm,-his llmtm-ll' 1501, XXx'i,,gQ-fm 'mul DNN As tht' winiu-rs rnnvctl into tlu- thirtl Navt-g tlul 'I'ypt-lit-t- Clan l'aintt'r, llnh Ca- TU NWT IIHHHAI Sv, . U ln'aclu't, tlu' gnntl trams lugan tn slum' tlu'ir lnsha, lcrrv lnru-s, Dnstv Nivisnn, aiul Furla ' I' ' lnlma stnlli, alul many itulivialnal stars rnnltl lu- lt-rnigang 'thc Cfluniists liratllcv lwlrDnnf spntu-tl. alil, lanuls Dorman. 'lit-tl lilani, linninr Rani' D ' P ' S 'ilu' play in tlu- finals was vurx' gnntl. anal scv. Dun m'illt'lAHk'ilI, linh Dillon, Rnnaltl tlu' highly tnntt-rl lnlt Spots stirnttctl thcir lfirlnnan, Binh lvlnmc, antl Clharlrs IWCI stnlli lll1ll'L'lllllg nn tlirungh tn raptnrt' tlu' Cilnrt-g tht- D.li. lirvtl l'mnrnlunn. Cvraltl FMHJIHF lim' of crown. ililu' lnli Stunts thns hucanu' ilu' 1051 llrainuin, Dnnniv l,t'wis, aiul Cirnrgt' l'mlnnu'f I I I K'll1llllPl0llAS. . naucrg tlu' Bugs 'Larry Cunulc, lunlhnn' Paints and Wallpaper 'llu' winning tram haul snnu- vcry gmul lranlt, Norman lVllk1lln'rltx', lnhn lX'lt'llutlt, athlctcs in its linlml, anal numst of tlu'nt arc aiul larlt Uagcl liilith Hnilr lxnnit- Lung, fjijffy wt-ll known for sonu- ntlu-r spurt, This sqnatl Ricliaril H1'lll1Jllll1, Nt-al lX1ycrs. Denny ' was lllilkll' up nl' tlu' iiullnwing huts: livrrt llnsscr, Roy Arnrrltl, Bula lXlon1'c, llicharal H8 E t R d I h Pmrtlirlt, Tununy lVlannt'l. Toni Vvnalslv, Sclirnt'rlt-1', anal lrrrv Brown: thc Ruckvts ff as an op Dnanc lVlonltnn, Dvan Gihhnn, Dun Slnan, lint l'illllk'QilI1, lnvvrll Harman, lX"lnntt- Dr' Yr-rnnn Clark, alul lot' I:iSllillgllLlWli. linslc. Ciharlrs lVlnnsct-s, Ray Rnxclt, liarl Phone 1706 llu' ldllll ilu' Ink Spots nluiuatrtl in tlu' lianglui, alul Dunn Cartcrg Sixth Hunt finals was a ganu- rrrw from tlu' D.O. lit-ith lynn, ll. XVhitt', lt-rrv Haskins, t I -' n11QQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQY F---------------------.---------------------------.------.----.------------------..----.--.' I I I I I E CHAMPLIN HI-V-I MOTOR OILS 5 I I I I I I I I I -f X 4, W-W.,............ I I ilklofwopu I I I I I ' If.-uw , I I I I I I 5 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 5 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I f : : john Uvluls, knows what s gunz! for his carl I I ' ' I - . . . . . I : liratllux' lXlcDnnaltl, l'ralu't's long, Crarlan Bl'1lllllVl'llIfL'. Bt-ttv lXlcC1ngin agrct-. I ' . . . , I I I I.-..-.--------------------------------.--.-----------.---------------.--..---------.-------., 78 Sophomores ffknuinued lnun Page 59j Rhotles, larilyn Russell. lfclith Roberts, lean Rowley, Bettv Smith, lvlarilyn Smith, Shirley Fmithi Sanilra Snotlcly, Sue Temple, Pat Thurman, Katherine Vogt, Barbara White, lean Wilkinson. Some showetl sufficient talent to win the honor of starring in the All-School Play, "One Foot ln Heaven." They were: lon Lew Nlackey, Darrel lVlcGugin, Donna Cfamphell, Lee VVickline, Norella Doane, Bob lernigan, Neal lones, Philip Stuart, Boh Phillips, Tommy Silver, Everett Brewer, l.eroy Roberts, Don Stites. VVayne Ball, Simlney Ohmart, Arno Pautsch, Lois Glines, l-larlene Pierce. Rehekah l-lorton. Despite the razzing anal ahuse hy the oltler Gl's CGreat lnquisirionersj, we have livetl to see the encl of our first year of service alrawing to a close, anal we 'can look back to many hours of enjoyment anal final that as the year progressed our duties became less burclensome anal our rewarals more coma pensating. Realizing that serving our first year as Rookies in the service of EHS is probably the harclest, we now emerge with profouutl respect for the General Qljrincipalj, the Captains ancl Lieutenants QTeachers anal Coachesj anal even the cocky Corporals Cluniorsj anal Sergeants ffieniorsj. Witll genuine regret we bitl "Boy Voyage" to the tough Sergeants QSeniorsj who have receivetl their sailing orclers. We even smile as we anticipate next year when we will see the 'sxxxxssxsxsxxnsxxxnsxxnnsnxxx important Corporals Uuniorsj strutting in the places of the Sergeants QSeniorsj, for then to us will be given the delightful privilege of inflicting the punishment that we receivecl at their hands, upon the un- suspecting Rookies Qsophomoresj of l952. suxxxxsxsnuxxsuxxxxxxxxxssxnu Congratulations from the Bakers of Martha Ann BREAD x tusxxxxxxxxxxxxuxxsxsxxxxxxnxxx Ti-ua Quin. MAGAZINE sus1sxxssxxsxxussxnuusuxxuniu Sign of Service, Quality am! Price AIITRWS lllllllllll 224 E. Broadway Enid, Oklahoma nnxxnxxuxxxxsnxxsssxsuxnssxxv 111111xxxssxxnxxxxxxxxxsxsxu' I I 4 n ' ENID GENERAL HOSPITAL FGUNDATION ' I I : I g and SCHOOL OF NURSING 5 I I I ' iiiii' I 4 . I : Smut and Nlmmml Complete Clinical anal : : A"""'ll'l"l School Laboratory Diagnosis : : of Nursing : : O' 19 : I I 5 . . . ' : Fmhpmof Hmmm-Q Amhulance Service : E 5' Night antl Day E E fmlll S. lvlonroe Phone 2000 A"""'la"t E 1 ' 1 : . ,... ...,, '. : 4 n E Board of Directors Nurses' Training School E E R. L. 5AN,1,,R,, U V p,.,.,id,,,,, Miss Tluamla BIDIll.l:R ...,,,, , , ,llirn-mr of Nurse.: E E DR. IUHAN HHVD V Y Y V m1fR.L,,1:,em1En, MISS DllRlJ'I'IlN' LAXIFL., .. ,, , ..Insfrurtrf'ss E E Dk- S' H' Nfdguw Ae,,f,,,,a,ygf,.,,dm,t,, Miss, VIRGINIA S'r'i-IM-.R'1'. , ,lnstrurmfrs E : l-l. XV. Col rin' ,, Administrator ' 'lHllldm"'5" : : Phillips University ,.,,., .......,.,......,,,,, F nicl, Oklahoma : : University Hospital ,,,..,, ..... 0 klalmoma City, Oklahoma : : St. Anthony's Hospital ,,.,,, , ,.,Oklahoma City, Oklahoma : I l l l L------.--.---.----.------...-,-------------Q-----1---yv1-1- O nsssusxsnuxsxxuxununsnnsnxug limo Hioii Suiooi Administration tllontinuctl from llaigt' 'lj Clco l5isht'i', Clliliflllillll :intl lforrcst VK'u1'i't'i1 :intl liraink lVlzirqnis, IllCIlll3L'I'S. Tlxt- ncw hnililing coniniittcc is lit-inlcil hy liorrcst XVnrrcii, anal Cleo liishcr nnil hits. liilith lX4:lylu'i'i'y nrt' IIlL'I1ll3L'l'S. Tht- sito colnnlittcc has Nlikt' Wt'lxlut'i' as cluiirmain, along with l3orrt'st VVai1'rt'n :intl Clco liishci' as incinhcrs. Vllht' Pl'l'SillL'llf, Dawn' BllClll'l', is an cx-oflicio 'in caich of tht-so conimittccs. Tlirct' now grzult' schools ff Clcvclnntl, Cooliilgr, alnil Cnrvci' school for colorcil pro- plc halve- hccn coniplctctl during this past your unnlcr tht' snpcrvision of tht- Boziul of lithicution, Contracts haivc hucn lor for ililflif tions to Tnlt anil Atlauns. Sitcs for two ncw six-room grziclc schools hnvc hccn bought. :intl ai two-room ntltlition is going on Carvcr colorcil school. 'l'ht- running of thc school systcni may ht' cornparctl to il big hnsincss as tht' property ainil schools rnn into scvcral millions of ilollairs. Thu pi't'st'nt School llourtl has run rhi- school svstcni with cfliciciicv. :intl thcir one flagging' intcrcst has l'CSlllU.:ll in ont' of tht' host LltlllllI1iSfl'ilIlVt' pcriotls in tht' historv of ltnul. NNT nrt' glzul to tnltc this opportunitv to cxprcss thc alpprcciaition of tht- lfnitl High School stnilcnts lor tht- tlvcp intcrcst and lint' scrvict' tlit- int'inht'i's of tht' liniil Boiiril ol' lfilncaltion hnvt' shown tlirougli rlit- past your anal am' continuing to show. . 'QQQBSHHHQHHSIQHHQHQHHQHQQQQQHHQ ' l I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 1 . I. F. Gunning and lim Gray show Roilncv Holconih anal lklnx Cranulall tht-ir lint-st sports clotlics. 0 Arrow Shirts 0 Bostonian Shoes xnxx Security National Bank c:AmTAi. , . Sh3l00,000.00 suizmos . . . s3oo,ooo.oo Thi' Homr' Bank linicl, Oklahoma xxxsxsxxxxxxxuxxxsmnxnnmx xxx:usxxxsxsxxxunxsxxsxusxxx Schuler Fruit Co. Distributors Him' Goose lfrrfrits ami lfi'get11i1les llhont' 909 LD I4 xxnnuxusnnxsxnsnsxxnxsnxxxxx 1Q1xxxxxxnxnxxxxuxxxxxxxxxn1 79 SENKDRS, for tin' lltifl in., -Ullicc Snpplics -Fountain Pens --Books of All Kinds Vim VATER'S BOOK SHOP 126 North Independence Phone IOOO 11 .xxxxxxnxxnxnnxxxxnnxnuxuuxx xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxnuxxxxxuxsxx Denton's Used Cars lfnizfs illost Complete' ami Hrigiitest Dislnizzy v of U.5'l'l! Clllrj' .312 lin:-t lxiillllt' ilivlcpliont' ,ilifii ,Hill sxuxxxxxnxnxssxuxnxxxxmnxxsx xxxxxnmxxu nxxxnxxxnxxnxxxsxv O Sl'efSOI1 Hats Thr' Pizza' to Go for ivfrmfs You Know I I I 4 I I I I o Hart Schaffner C1 Marx Clothes I I I I I n I 0 McGregor Sportswear I .t .............................. uxxxxnnxsxxxxxxnxmxsaxxxs1 xxsxsxiuxuxxxxxxxxsxxxxxnsxnsxx I I I I I 80 Life l n Enid High fCnntinued from Page 271 year were lean Ranck, President, Nancy Tindle, Vice-President, Donna Stephens- Davis, Secretaryg Ann Corry, Treasurerg and Clyde Lawter, Reporter. Of course the lookeel-forward-to event of the year was the annual Palette trip-'this year to Wichita. While they were in Wichita, the members visited the Museum of Art. the Regional Scholastic Art Exhibit, and Hinkel's store. One Palette member, Nancy Tindle, took first place and SHS in the state Delta Kappa Gamma poster contest. Naturally no year is complete without parties, and this club had a couple of bang-up ones-a Christmas party and turkey dinner at Nancy Tindle's home and a hamburger supper at Karl Geis's. ik Pk ik 4: ik "Softball, basketball, swimming, tennis too-- Gym-managers never gripe at all the they tial" And they do lots of it, tool With Miss Lois Haskin and Miss Pat Armould as spon- nlcct and organize during the year. Their job is to check all the athletic equipment in and out, including balls, bats, racquets, swim suits, and towels. They also organize teams, manage games, and take care of the point system. Sometimes they're asked to help instruct students, and they're available as errand girls at all times. These here-to-fore unappreciated girls deserve a little credit and praise for the job they so efficiently performl it it ik ik ik work sors these busy girls found time to "To swim like Esther llfilliams is the goal of each mermaid- And the Aquaettes of E.H.S. have really made the gradeln Something new has been added to Enid High-and everyone who saw the Aquaettes' VVater Show is agreed that it's here to stay. This newly-organized swimming club, under the guidance of Miss Pat Armould, certainly made a name for themselves and accom- plished things their first year. Witlm execu- tives Barbara Autry, President, Io Anne Pendergraft, Vice-Presidentg and Mimi Al- mond, Secretary, ofhciating, these advanced swimmers went about planning and carrying out an elaborate water carnival that was as pleasing to Enid as any professional water show. They also sponsored a bathing beauty contest, with candidates from all the organi- zations of E.H.S. sending pictures to Movie Star Farley Granger, who rightly selected lovely Iean Ranck, candidate from the Li- brary Club, to reign over the l95l Water Show. Quite a successful year-and future years are sure to be even better. it ik ik wk ik "There's a cfanhing, grinding roar, and you stop and count to ten. Chances are that the llflachine Shop is at it againln Under the able direction of Robert Pyle, the boys in machine shop are learning to build as well as operate intricate machinery. Witli modern extensive equipment and ma- terials to work with, they have turned Ollt some outstanding pieces of work, among them several arbor presses, power lawn- mowers, wood lathes, tool-grinders, fishing rods, and candle holders. Machine Shop, open to anyone 16 or older, is set up to give two years' training preparatory to en'ering a trade. And certainly from the looks of the Finished articles on exhibit, those boys have been indtlstrious this yearl wk Pk wk vs ik "D.E. Club is helpful to a girl as well as boy, And they tell us that their sponsor is the real lllccoyln Perry McCtiy, that is-and the students have had a thoroughly enjoyable and busy year. Distributive educationffor students with jobs--mixed learning with pleasure, and besides attending several conferences, they had countless parties and get-togethcrs. Of- ficers elected for the year were Gerald Bran- non, President: Fred Burnham, Vice-Presi- dentg Patricia Pryor, Secretaryg Don Lewis, Treasurerg and Willa Beth Stasny, Reporter. One of the highlights of the year was the National D.E. convention held at Tulsa on April l7, with a formal dance that night. They also attended the annual D.E.-D.O. banquet at the Youngblood in November. PK Pk ll: 'lf :lf "With jolly iwr. Henson to guiale them through the year, The Physics Club of EHS. have many mem'ries dear." Among the memories, of course, will be the marvelous demonstra'ions they witnessed with the chemistry classes when Phillips rep- resentatives came out. But what will remain longest in their minds will undoubtedly be the trip they took to Stillwater May 3 to attend the Engineering Show. if wk sk Pk bk "Diuersifed Occupations is a high-sounding phrase, But what the D.O. Club has learned will certainly amazed" Mr, Kennedy's D.O. Club, with officers Duane Lewis, Presidentg Mac Whitsett, Vice-President: Velma Kroeker, Secretaryg and Bruce McKee, Reporter, boast of their outstanding member, David Tennison, who was fortunate to win a first place in radio, aptitude and theory, at the annual Field Day at A. and M. They could tell you about the D.E.-D.O. banquet at the Youngblood in November, about the Weiner roast at Hel- ssxuxxxxxxsxxntxxxxxxxxxx1111 Wheeler G Cooper Radio Company 2l2 West Randolph Phone S0 Enid. Okla. A RCA-Victor and Zenith Radios Television Receivers Radio Service Home Appliances General Electric Light Bulbs oxxssxxsxxx- xxxxxxssvtsxuxnns THE Quiu. MAGAZINE lums, the chili supper, the fishing trips- and all the things they did during the year that made it so interesting. -if 4: 4: 4- in "H2O is supposed to be water, I guess! CA visit to the chemistry club, no lesslf' Besides their laboratory and text work, the Chemistry Club under Mr. lack McDaniel, affectionately nicknamed "Mr, Mac," have done various and sundry projects during the year, including growing plants withotlt soil, visiting an Enid ice plant, and an oil re- finery, and finally a zinc smelter at Black- well. But they learned a lot and had a lot of fun--and aiding them throughout the year were their officers, Charles McCltlre, Presi- dent: Lawrence Neill, Vice-Presidentg Carole Gungoll, Secretary-Treasurerg and Claude Turner, Program Chairman. ir as :of it ir "Sh-h-h-h-h there are genii at work! At the door to Delta Theta we pause and lurhf' Delta Theta, sponsored by Miss Florel Helema, is the organization for higher math students to further their knowledge and broaden their interests. Officers elected were Earl Baugher, President: Gene Torbett, Vice- President and Presidentg Ronald Iabara, Sf'Cl'CI8l'y3 Ray Ruzek, Treasnrerg Nancy Tindle, Repotterg Robert Quinn, Vice-Presi- dent, and Iohn larboe, Treasurer. Ar their meetings various students would give talks on fields in math, and interesting discussions were held. Co m pli men ts Of Industrial Iron Works Incorporated Manufacturing and General Machine Work o Phone 608 Enid ll5 W. Park Knox Auto Stores and Knox Serve-Ur Self Station Knox Building Enid :xnxxxssusuxxsxxtlsixunnxssuv limo Hiott Seitooi, xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx l N S U R A N C E for every izeefz' includes I Lllili I FIRE O TORNADO Q CASUALTY 0 AUTOMOBILE Q PLATE GLASS L ,film A V- 0 Rt-al Estate Loansffff -5 .- Q Ahstracts of Title 0 Surety Bonds Harry P. Frantz Agency Harry P. lirantz Roluert S. ffrantz Harry P. Frantz, Ir. 830 Bass Bldg. Phone 714 xxx xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx- .xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx xx G N N E V IMUSICECO. 'THE HOUSE OF MUSIC' r i-ui A W: W Rlmnwns what W . Sheet filllijif U Records . liarm' and Orclrevtm lriytrfiments . Rrlcllim' Television . Refrigerators Pianos O Urgrms R e pair Service . 216 W. Broadway Enid, Oklahoma Legionefles fContinued from Page llj The officers for l950 who went to Cali- fornia were: President, Ioely Fowlerg Vice- Presielent, Carole Fourierg Treasurer, Mary Alice Caldwell: Bugle Captain, Mat'tl1a Cart- wright: Bugle Lieutenant, LaVon Frisk, Drum Captain, Erma Doltong Drum Lieu- tenant, Donna Bond. Newly elected officers who will serve for the first six months of 1951 are: President, Carole fiourierg Vice-President, Lou Ann Schmidtg Treasurer, LaVon Frislcg Bugle Captain, Phyllis Lankietg Bugle Lieutenant, iviarilyn Fourierg Drum Captain, Donna Bond, Drum Lieutenant, Verna Io VVallter. The director of the Legionettes is Milburn E. Carey, Director of Fine Arts at Phillips University. The Business Manager is Nelson Newman and corps Mom and Pop, Mt'. and Mt's. R. R. Books. Our Town fllontinued from Page 63j credit. "Our Town" could not have heen nearly as successful without the willing ht-lp of Miss Charlotte Kretsch, Cecil Gott. V. O. Marshall, Miss Ruth Scott, Miss Katherine Balt-s, Herbert Seem, Miss Muriel Koger and Lou Sherman. Ushers were: Janice Greer, Barbara Don- alclson, Nancy Green, Betty Ienlcins, Lou Anne Mills, lo Anne Pendergraft, Sally hlalone, Helen Calivas, Lolita Knause, Ioy Kendrick, Marlene Criswell, Niargaret Anil Mooel, Marian Adams, and Erma Dolton. mxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx R. A. CHAMPLIN Hardware and Lumber Company H. C. HARMS is Phone i500 230 E. Broadway Enid, Oklahoma xxxxx x xxxxxxxxxx xx xxxxs 81 iiirii tiiiimmfe 3300000 B' Tami The popular trend right now is tor caps and gowns, hut throughout the school year, rnore and more high school boys and girls are tinding Newrnans the ans- wer to their every need in smart togs tor the class- roorn, tor the games and tor dress-up wear? You can always depend on the I-Ii-Fashions tor you at your favorite store ,... QJMIIIWVS fCQiimEiiiiIt1ii3 ijt 82 1551111111nsxxxxxxxxsmxxxxxxxxxxxnnnxxxxxxxxxxxsxuxxxxQ1xxxssxx51xxxxnusuxxxsxxxxiixxixxx ill!!BIS!iii!!Kltiiiiiiiii11111xxiitliiliiiiiiilxllliii I n I PHILLIPS UNIVERSITY long has offered fully-accredited instruction in liberal arts and science, in fine arts, applied arts and Bible. Now Phillips, your home-town university, is proud to make available the finest I I I I I I I I : of physical facilities in its two new buildings . . . I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 4 n I n I I I I I E Science Hall lAbovel Marshall Bible Building lBeIowl I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I PHILLIPS UNIVERSITY True Qulu. MAGAZINE W 4 n n I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I, I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I ,I Nlll Hum SKTIIUOI g0l-D T PLAY SAFE ----- use SP0 DAIRY PRODUCTS so -g A-1 D 2 A TVX Thr- lmskvtlmll tn-ann all g1lIlll'!' at rlu- Gold Spor fountain ro l't'fI't'Sll uftvr rln- gunna At Your Door or At Your Store ---- Cold Spot Quality Costs No More Plcnry of grnul milk IN .svn- rinl to good hcalrlm . . . and Gold Spot milk, lu' Cfrlllll and clanry prmlucts am- mln in quality SHIKI Hnvor. GOLD SPOT DAIRY PRODUCTS SPDT 320 West Walnut I Enid, Oklahoma Good Fellowship 84 mxsusxxxsxxsxnsxnxxxxxxxsxxx- Compliments Of COLDI RON'S Enid's Popular Priced Store.,- .xnxnnxsnusnnsuusxxxhu-xuxxxxi .ssnusxxxnnxxuxsxx xssxxxxxnxu Akard C1 Caton Building Material Company ifili Types of 'Building cflflaterial Phone 3863 nusnxxusxsnusxsxsnx nxxnxxsxxssxsxxxsxn 2601 N. 4th x1Qx1xnxx1 111111115- Central National Bank Enid, Oklahoma 0 OFFICERS W. L. Stephenson .. . ,....,,.,,.,.....,.. President T. IVIcCreedy ....,,,... .,,,,,.. I 'ice-President Dale Dage .,,, .,,,,, . Ray Estill . I. F. Bundren. ................Casbier . ,. .Asst Cashier . ... ...Ass't Cashier H. H. Unruh ,,,..,. Ass't Cashier Genevieve Wogan .. . .. ...,.,, Ass'tCasbier Hazel O'MeaIey ...., . ,,,,,.,..,, Ass't Cashier Rosalee Luck ,.,..., o Member ..Ass't Cashier Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation p nsxzxnnssuxssuxxxsuxxusxxs Tina Quin. IVTAGAZINIE FCOM I eimi mimE fContinued from Page I2j Department of Enid High, Coach Edgar Brady resigned his post in March of 1951. . 26 . Enid. ,..,.,. .....,.,, Elk City ..,. .....,. . .......l3 Enid... . ...... .. ........ 44 Putnam City Enid ...... .. ........ ....... 2 6 Norman ................. ...IZ Enid ., ........ I2 Shawnee .................... I4 Enid .. ........ I3 Central ..........,........... I9 Enid ....., .. .......... 0 Capitol Hill ..........,,.. 55 Enid ....,. .. .......... 7 Ponca City . ......,.. .I2 Enid . .. .... ...I4 Classen ...... ..... . U49 Enid Northeast .. .........,.. 20 Enid .. ........ I3 . ........ 34 B-TEAM Perry ...... ..,..... ..6 The Enid B team, under the supervision of Coach Iohn Provost and Richard Moseley, had an average season as they came up with a record of 4 wins and 2 losses. Opening a home game on Plainsmen field the busy B's played host to Hennesscy on their big night home game. Hennessey was the victor Zl-0. They then went on to beat Perry and Classen to finish their 1950 season. PLAINSMEN SCHEDULE Schedule for I95I Sept. I4 .... . . ........... Perry ...,............ .....,..,, . Here Sept. 2I .... .. .. ...... ...Putnam .......... ....... . ..Here Sept. 28 ....,. ...,... .Shawnee ...... ........... . Here Oct. 5 ,... .. .. ....,,..... Norman ...... ,,,,........ H ere Oct. I2.. ............,..... Central ........... ........ T here Oct. I9 ........,,.., ..... . .Capitol Hiill ...... ..... . Here Oct. 26 ......... .......... P onca City ...... .......... T here Nov. 2 ......... . ..... ...Classen ....... ....... T here Nov, 9 ........, ........... N ortheast .... ......... . .Here Nov. I6 .................. ...Lawton ...................... ...There nxxlxxsxxxuxxsxssxxxnnxsxsxx' Davies Brick Gr Tile Co. czffanufaeturers of High Quality Clay Products Q5 Factory I600 S. I0th Street Enid, Oklahoma GP PRODUCTS .xsxnu P Face Brick-Colonial Colors 0 Common Builder Brick ' Structural Building Tile ' Partition Tile ' Farm Drain Tile 9 'Distributors ACME BRICK COMPANY White and Buff Colors Fire Brick and Clay Specify Davies Brick and Tilu for Better Wines sxxnxssxxnxsnsnuxnxxxsu Best of Luck To The Senior Class Combine GOOD FOOD with At Your PARTIES- And BUSINESS- And CLUB Dinner M eelings O Hold Them At One of the Oxford Hotel Dining Rooms U EXCELLENT SERVICE ' DELICIOUS FOOD ' REASONABLE PRICES Please Phone 2402 for Estimates 0 OXFORD HOTEL COFFEE SHOP suxnxtxxtxxxisx Emo HIGH SCHOOL sxxxxxxxttxxxxxxsiuxnunuxxxxu Compliments of Oklahoma Farm Machinery Joi-IN DEERE Tractors Implements 0 Sales and Service sssuussxnssnssxgggy.,,,,,,,, KLEIN NURSERY Ed, EAI, and Tom I 9 l Phgng xxnssxssxxsixtxtnxuunsxxxxxx iiititiitttiiilsxsxxuxxnxsxx good Luck, Seniors! OKLAHOMA LAU N DRY and CLEANERS ' Laundry ' Dry Cleaning ' Fur Storage 521-23-25 North Independence Phone 108 'cttlhtthhstttihxntiitihttsxmv I txtkxxnsxxunv 85 "We Shook The Family Tree" QContinued from Page SSJ and Iohn Dykes, appeared on the scene and accused Shirley of breaking into their house and stealing the watch they had bought for Iack's graduation present. Shirley was hope- lessly lost with no alibi, but lack came in at just the right time to explain what had happened. I-Ie took the watch, sold it, and bought a suit with long pants to wear to the prom. Everyone was happy, and it was certain that Shirley and lack would be the best looking couple at the dance. The entire group did a swell job and is to be highly complimented on the show they gave. Mente Cromwell and Nancy Wagner, who served as prompters, were left almost without a job the night of the show, but they were nice to have on hand with a for- gotten line at rehearsals. "We Shook the Family Treeu was cer- tainly to be added to the long list of suc- cesses Hudson Wilcox had directed during his teaching career at EI-I.S. .nxxxxxsuxxxxxxxnxnxxxxxxxxxwn , QPQTIN '+ I c,1r ,".Q:fj2x. -' 1" ' r '44 .QLAXQU - "f'- '-'iW"'Q!','yllNsts 'X DCE.. Congratulations to the Senior Class! SYRACUSE-The world's finest chinaware-made in America. It's light and thin but strong and gracefully fashioned . . . Match- ings are available for a lifetime. You will find everything from the inexpensive designs to rich gold etchings. Every pattern is open stock. 217 N. Grand Phone 269 nxsxxxxsxxnsxxsssxxxxx sxxux- Continued Success, Seniors! FOSSETT FUNERAL HOME 701 West Maine Street Telephone 341 Enid, Oklahoma W. 1. FOSSETT P. D. FOSSETT MM e S MQ' ssxsxxsxxsxxxuxxxxsxn I E W E L R Y of Distinction ' 0 'rm 11 ,,,,.f,' of Srfrling . 206 VVcst Ramlolplm Tr Plmnc l 282 xuxunnnxxxxxsxxnxxxxx :xxx Tma Quin, IVIAGAZINI xxx' gxxxsxxsxxxunxux xsxxxxxxxnxv s11xnnxxxuxxxxunxxxuxuxuxut West Side Feed Store 1. A. ZALOUDEK si sows 223 XVn-st Ranmlolplx P'l'l0ne 2115 ' SL-eds ' lic-cds ' Poultry Supplies .xxxxnxxnx sxxnxmxxxxsnnxnnx xxxxusxsxxsxxxxxxuxxxxxu FIDELITY MOTORS "l'l"hrn' Czutomrrs Send Their Friends" O Chrysler-Plymoufh-Reo Q ,lOl W. lvlainc' Phone 5400 .xxxxxxuxxxnxxxuxuuxuu1111111 .x xsxxnssxxxx1Qxxxxxxxxxxxnxmxxxxxnxnxnxxx utttsstutxutxuuutitit PENNEY'S J. c.. PENNEY COMPANY. mc. Our ggni Year Serving Enid COMPLIMENTS of - . A Cv: 41. vvvx'fT i'ii unxxsxxxxxxxxxxxsuxxinu 111 xxxuxsxssxxsxsnuxxsxxsnuxul In Spring Ervin HIGH SCHOOL Girls' fancy turns to PIENNIEXJS Summer skirts, not ---- . Ioan Gentry anal Ann Curry Llccicling what to buy for their ncw summer warclrobcs. utsxxsxxtsstxultuxxxsstQ!!Sxxxxsissxxssssxxzsixxxnxxssxxsxuxxxttts SAVE Ervin Hioi-i Scliooi by EDUCATION A65 Each dollar spent in securing an education means ten or more dol- lars in earning power later on. An education may be termed a Savings Ac- count or an Insurance Policy to be drawn on in future years. fue G0 to School while you can . . as long as you can! fees md'S1W1kIe Four Cu t-Price Stores Girls' State fContinued from Page ZSJ morning. That was pretty sad4and we have to admit there were tears in our eyes when we said goodbye to our wonderful friends and thc grand times we had had. They announced the representatives to Girls' Na- tion. presented each girl with her Girls' State eertihcate, and suddenly the week was overl But out of the 316 girls who attended. we know personally of five girls who will never forget the fun they had and the immeasurable store of knowledge they ac- quired." Boys' State fContinued from Page 285 Two Enid fellows ended up in state ofhces, Rodney Holcomb in the Senate and Ronald Carlherg in the House of Representatives. All the other delegates from EHS were ap- pointed to city positions ranging from Sani- tation Officer to the Commissioner of Streets and Alleys. The rest of the time the legislature met, bills were passed, and laws were made, It was really fun, watching to see what new rulings might be made, and seeing just what the fellows were "learning by doing." Finally Friday night rolled around, and it was time for the event everyone had been talking about all week. The citizens of Boys' State took a bus ride, complete with police escort, to Ghickasha for the annual Girls' State-Boys' State Ball. The fellows were all glad to see the girls again after a week without them, but at the same time, they were a little downhearted because the next morning was the time set for the test over what they had learned. Yes, they all really dreaded that test, prob- ably just because it was a test, but they found it wasn't so bad after all. It was more of a quiz over some of the things they had known all along but had been reminded of in the lectures. EVC1'y0l1C pretty gofid bccallsc tllf' test really was a "snap," but the gay spirits disappeared when the cars came to take the kids home. Everyone was sorry to bid farewell to a happy week at Oklahoma Boys' State. mxxnxxxxxxxxxxnxxxxxuxnxnxus- YOUR FRIENDLY STORE 0 Enid, Okla. 87 DAVIDSON fl' CASE LUMBER CO. fuerytlring to fBuiln' a Homes 308 S. Grand Phone 37 ixtxsxlxlllxtsixxxxxxi1111111 xxxxxxxxxxlxnssxxxxxxxxnxxxt Messer E1 Bowers Company 0 Insurance 0 Bonds 0 Loans 0 Rentals ' Real Estate Enid, Okla. Phone 5454 nxxxsxxsxxxxxuxxxuxxxusmaxim' -xxxxx!ttxtxsitiiiltittttttti Nash Finch Company . Wlaolesale Distributors . IENID, OKLAHOMA 0 QUALITY FRESH ERUITS and VEGETABLES GROCERIES Caiaixio IVIARGARINE . --A-V -- COFFEE , S ZZ 88 TI-IE QUILL MAGAZINE 601 10 D O O O O O 0 O O O O 'O 701 P0 O 0 O4 10' 'O O O O O1 'O' V01 'O' tb: :Cb 9 9 0 o O o ENID BUSINESS COLLEGE 0 0 9 Outsfanding Business Edncfltion Since 1894 0 S O I 0 D O 0 O O O O Q C O O 0 O 0 0 O O O O O C O O 0 O a 0 Ll 9 9 O as U Q Q i O 0 0 ENID BUSINESS COLLEGE BUILDING O O 0 Y O O ENID BUSINESS COLLEGE offers you 57 years of experience lil training more than 13,000 students for 0 9 Successful lJllSll1CSS CHIACCIAS. O e 6 ENID BUSINESS COLLEGE offers you short, intensive courses that lead directly to employment and 0 V promotion in business. 0 0 0 6 ENIII BUSINESS COLLEGE offers fou an o ortunlt to advance as ra Idlv as ou can learn, and thus P h P Y U . 0 5, take advantage of your excellent high school commercial courses. O 9 ENID BUSINESS COLLEGE offers you free employment service during your lifetime. 0 O , 9 0 ELMO CEORGE E. GEORGE H 0 Tjrincipal 'PresidenL,- g O o O o MEN4BliR, NA'TlC7NAl. AssocIAT:oN OF ACCREDITEIJ COMISIERCIAL SCHOOLS o , O AI'I'ROX'I2D nv Suri, ACCREIIITING AGENCY FOR VETERANS EDUCATION 9 9 6 o 0 QDOK 'O O O O O O O O O P01205 YO' 'U U O O O O O 0 O O O O O 0 O 0' 'Od ENm Hici-i SCHOOL 511111111111 CONGRATULATIONS, SENIORS! S. H. KRESS fr CO. CLEMENTS Plumbing and Heating ' Contracting ' Repairing ' Plumbing Fixtures ' Heating Equipment 413 E. Maine Phone 1700 11 11111111111 SENIORS The Best of Luck to You DON EQ RENITA "Lessons by Professionalsn Kreslin G Awe Dance Studio 326 South Independence Phone 2618 Enid, Oklahoma 11 111111 11111111111 111111111111111111111111 Roy's East Side Grocery Roy W. Hutchison 1110 East Broadway . Free Delivery Phone 1350 U Best Vl7isl9es to The Class of '51 11111111 11111 Good Luck, Seniors SINGER METAL COMPANY Iron and Steel Scrap By Rocle Island Underpass 111111111111 1111111111 1111 11 111111111 M invite you to the borne., of this WIMPY SPECIAL Gu MAX and REX Hamburger Stand 115 E. Randolph 111111111111 The Percy C. Cowan Floral Co. i Q., ,sr .f"""-Q.. W Over 35 Years in Business in Enid Bass Building Enid, Oklahom .111111111 1111111111 11 Public and Industrial BUILDING H. E. CUMMINS 5' SONS Construction Company 111111111 111111111 89 111 CONGRATULATIGNS, Senior Class of '51 9 Humphrey Chevrolet Company 310-324 N. Grand Phone 5171 Congratulations to the graduating Class of '5 1 '7 F. W. Woolworth Company Ntxsssxxuxxxsuusxsxsxxuuxx 'Ill sun Addfs Henson Cleaners IIITIIIPI Daily Dr-livery Svrvlca' I5im' Cleaning Call I652 301 E. Broadway xnxxxxu uxxsxusxxxxx CONGRATULATIONS ROYAL - M ECCA TH EATRES ROY T. SI-II FLD C,iL'Hl'fn7II!lIIdlQl'I' W. BANK LUMBER COMPANY "I'Vl9rrr Quality Tells and Service Sells" O Third at Maine Brown Funeral Home GERALD L. BROWN Phone 984 xxxxxxx 5 xguunx 111sxxxxxnxxxxsxxussxuxuxxxs uxxsnxxxxxuxxxxxxxnxsxxxxxxxxxsxnnxxxxsxsssxxnxxxxsxxss QGQ Glatllim 2 uxuxxxxsxusxxnxxxxxxxus S. A. Ilfilenzick Co., Inf. North Side of Square Enifl, Oklahoma The Store of Better lfzlues . , . COMPARE! by lack Recd for that big date. Tl-na QUIII, BIAGAZINI: . ....... ... -- BEST O' LUCK. SENIORS! 1-5 Machine Company LjIldHl4ft1f'll0'!'f.S' of Portablr' Drilling IfquiprnenL,- Robert F. Barnes Insurance .6 I "Insure anal lfoml with Bobl' . 55 IOI8-20 Bass Building Phone 853-854 Enid, Oklahoma .xxxxxxxxxisxxsxnnxnssnnuuuxu ssxxnsxxxnxsxuxsnnxxxssssxxsnxxxu' I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Dc Rouse Raymond luring outfitted E I I I I I I I I Emu HIGH Scuool xxx xx 5 A. 6' A. FOOD STORE I .fl Complete 70011 Storcj l 902 West Maine Phone 2078 CUfNlGliATULATl0NS Boston Fountain 127 West Maine Compliments of ENID BOARD OF TRADE 'I 91 'Better Cleaning K9 COlVll7LllVlENTS Midway Cleaners of '9 Phone 73 cub N S lll-ll4 North ll1l1 Street ' i jree Ykliuery Plmonc 224,225 Keep in tune with the time- Sewall Paint G varnish IEWELRY Company C Q Taint- 71"-lfllallf 1 Jer RILEY ATKINSON Wfffj Rt 11' ff Watches-Diamonds-jewelry wma' V UU l2nitI's Only CcrtiHccl Watclxmukcr O Better Servirf' for Your lvatrh 314 Wins! Rllmlulpll 203 NV. Ranclolph Enicl, Oklahoma llmml Sm Freeman Equipment Company I International Mom. Truck, O MCctl1I'll1lCk Farm Nlaclmincs o 310 W 1 est Broadway Cfenewzf Insurance """""""" Surety Bonds lfxclmiue Eye Service, J K9 Enicl, Olclulloma DR. L. A. KINCADE DR. ARDIS S. KINCADE Optometmqs 501 W. Maine Phone 661 Over Downls nnxsxnxxssn xxnxxxxus nsxuw 'll lm lJl'lIl lXl.xc.vlxl N1lI'lIl1l Xlflliills. lX'l:1vis Cfmtrnl. lfxllllt' ljl'lllll'l'gI'Alli. Sllly Nlxllulw, Ixlllll liulwinwn uml lam' Ncnlsnn lmuw llmt XXX-ilu'l's mi Ulu-s tlwm tlmt L-xxx" mmwx' Ill tlu-11 LlL'IIVl WeibeI's ,L-I J, T35 ft? ,W 0, x I if Dresses if Coats if Suits -Av Separates - J ' ' 1 X if Play Clothes . . . Styled for Teens! . 7" ' ' 1 X I Nfl I X Sm' Stcmcr. l7JQll'l3All'Ll llvll :mal lmlv IIUNYIVI' lmvv fouml tlu' slick flllfli Clutllvs alll ilu' gals M li.H.S. Lll't' ltldllilllg fill. in rln' IlL'W l 1 'lm-.-.1 'lqlli svlwp l j . llll Hl'l'l,l5L'l'sj' N J ws mul lllmr nj LI 4 ,L ll M Q IINIII I-lluil Sriiuoi 1 1111111 111 1 Cohlmia Drive-In Market lfrzizfs Store Ifl'itfv Larger! Pfzrking As you round the curve North Hiway SI 111111111111 I-Q TM E coons IZVIIIIIIIY Unfly lf,u'f11.viL'e .hI!7Il2'ff7lKQ ffomfx Store Phone 6567 2I3 W. Broadway 111111ss11111x1 French Unique Laundry and Cleaners fl361'AYIi1zIlfZL'l! Service-. I. H. MCCREARY Owrzer and Iilfldllllgfl' 230 IV. IXIuinc Plionc 4484 I RA'J.'IfalI4'Y!fIN f I ma- vow uauns io nm run was l ' 'mlm fo w l Waxman' ' '- -I---A W IZ4 East Rumlolpli Phone 4I4 IfREIi DELIVERY 11111111 511 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I xx 111111111111 CONGRATULATIONS! Seniors of ,Sl .,N Oklahoma Benefit Life Insurance Company 721 West IVIaine I, T. T-IKESNER, Presiderma 111111111 HUB FOOD 0 Hcime of Fine Foods 0 1 ooo!! Self Service 0 Cozrrteom' Service 417 East Maine Enid, Oklahoma 511111111111 11111111111 1111 111111 1 xx- Greer 6' Son Quality Groceries and Meats A Ilfhf-re You fllwayx Get the BML., A 823 West Maine P I I I I I I I I I 228 E, Randolph I k111w11111 111111 93 DEAN BELL AGENCY GENERAL IN S U R A N C E FIRE Y' CASUALTY - SURETY Phone 43 504 First National Bank Building The Enid Morning News and The Enid Daily Eagle 'I'ul1fiJhf'd by The Enid Publishing Company s DAN 6' BAKE Good Hamburgers and Chili MOCK, BAKER, Props. Corner hXl2l5l1lIIgIUI1 and Randolph ENID'S BUILDING MATERIAL STORES Rau ma: n comP'tANv 212 E. Maine 151 14 Tmi Qlllll Mixes.-xzim QUALITY PlANos TiilLOWEST PRlCES3fi7rfl Mason C1 Hamlin Knabe Sohmer Ivers 6' Pond C-ulbransen Lester Wurlitzer KING BAND INSTRUMENTS The World's Finest Xi' Sl' Ml F ll "il If 11 ,, J f ff", if I an V' -f -.dxf X Xflw - l'4'LJ ljll l' ill. Tl 1- NW 33212 ' llllmlfll llllilggivlilllflllflglf Everything Musical and Everything In Music HENOWETH9 REEE Northern OkIahoma's Oldest and Finest Music Store Elvin HIGH Scnooi. Baseball Qiloutiiuied frcm Page 703 ful l7lain:'iuen.'l But Enid soon perished the ihought as they blinked the Comets 4-0 behind White's and liishinghawk's 3-hit chore. VVhite was going strong and in no danger but developed a kink in his arm and stepped aside in favor of "lnjun loc." Iim Hurd and Ripper Radcliff powered the Enid hitting attack with 2 for 3 each. Up to this time Enid had won I2 of I3 games and stood firmly on the conference roof with a 9-l record. But disaster appeared at this point in the person of the Norman Tigers, who, for the second time stopped the Plainsmen with a 6-game win streak and came out with a 6-4 win. Ierrv Haskins started and was relieved by loe Eishinghawk, Enid Higlfs Kim Konstaty, 7 walks, a hit batter, a miscue, and 6 hits proved the l'lainsmen's undoing. Burdick who had 3 for 4, cracked a home run in the Sth inning in a game attempt to put Enid hack in the game. Enid lost more than a game when star shortstop Iim Hurd broke a leg and was put out of action for the rest of the season. The Plainsmen entered in the University of Oklahoma Tournament and in their first trial they jumped the Putnam City Pirates for a 7-6 victory. White's 4-hitter was almost in vain as the Plainsmen committed 4 bob-- bles afield but finally managed to salvage the game. lake struck out ll men while XVeber added 2 hits in three trips to the cause. Friday morning at 8:30 the "Hawkeye team" took on McAlester. Haskins and Sittle of McAlester engaged in a red-hot pitching duel for 5 innings. ln the sixth both teams scored a run and finally in the bottom half of the seventh with two away. Haskins singled into right center field to score Iones with the winning run. Haskins held lNlcAlester to 2 hits and struck out 8 while Iones collected 2 of Enid's 4 hits. lior their third engagement at the tourna- ment the Plainsmen took on their old ene- mies, the Central Cardinals, and with Fish- inghawk on the mound, they were stopped 9-5. Behind 5-3 in the third inning the l'lainsmen scored one in the fourth and an- other in the fifth to knot the count at 5-5. ln the seventh Rip Radcliff led off with a single. He was followed by Tom Manuel and lim Bray who repeated his performance and jones who doubled. Marvin Kline, who was doing a bang-up job trying to replace lim Hurd, drove a hall to the outfield where an error was made permitting the Enidites to empty the sacks. Eishinghawk struck out ll while the lumber deparment was led by Radcliff, Manuel, Weber, Iones and Kline with 2 hits each. ln the championship game it was Enid and Lawton fighting it out for the crown. Aubrey Bristow started for Enid, but with shaky support he was soon charged with 3 runs and pulled in favor of White. "lake" took over and pitched one of the best games of his high school career, striking out I0 of the l5 men to face him. Behind 3-0 in the third inning the Plainsmen went evensteven at 3-all in the sixth. Sophomore DeR0ose Raymond doubled in the ninth and on 2 straight sacrifices he crossed the plate with the winning run. For the Plainsmen it was 4 runs on 6 hits with 4 errors. For Lawton it was 3 runs on 7 hits and 3 errors. Next for Coach Provost's team was the Regional Tournament. Enid breezed by their first two opponents, Alva by a I0-0 score and Viloodward by 8-3. The Alva game was an abbreviated 5 in- ning affair because under tournament rules a I0-run lead in the fifth is the end of the game. Eishinghawk held them to 3 hits and struck out 9. Bray and Iones each homered for Enid. VVoodward provided more of a game, and it was 7 full innings before Enid was de- clared winner by an 8-3 margin. Bristow was the Enid hui-fer, and Bray and Burdick sup- plied the power with 3 and 2 hits re- spectively. Along about now, Enid had just built up a 6-game winning streak and according to plan it was time for a loss and not being one to trifle with fate the Plainsmen came Ollt on the short end of a 3-1 count in a game with the Stillwater Boomers. This loss, Enid's third, was the most disasterous since it took them out of the State Cham- pionship race, The game, however, was nicely played and turned out to be a pitchers' duel between White and Garrett of Stillwater. lake gave up 2 hits, one a double and the other a triple and struck out l5 men. Gar- rett also was stingy with the base blows allowing the Plainsmen but 2 scratch hits. Although already in a position to at feast tie for the Mid-State crown, the Plainsmen jxurneyed to Central of O.C. to settle once and for all their right to the title. The Plainsmen broke the game wide open in the second when with one away Tom Manuel singled, lim Bray went down swinging, and then the fireworks started. Successive singles by Gene Torbett, Bert Weber, Ierry Haskins, and Evert Burdick provided Haskins with a 4-run lead to protect. And protect it he did as 7 Cardinals went down by the strikeout route, and only 4 connecting for base hits. Six Enid miscues kept Haskins in trouble. but he always had enough in the tight spots. Gene Torbett and Bert Weber led the Plains- men at bat in their last game win 2 for 4 each. Thus the Enidites ended conference play with a l0-2 record and the champion- ship. This game also brought the curtain down nxsxssssssxxsxxnxxssxxxxsnxxv Qgki fNUa as Wie -Q OLLEYL. TZ Pfzorzfddi gs 425 U S' X ZBLDGY Insurance Our Specialty 95 on the season's end. The Plainsmen squad can now sit back and, with fond memories, boast how they won the Mid-State and University of Oklahoma Tournament titles and had, in the eyes of so many, one of the very best teams in the state. Lettermen were: Evert Burdick, Tom Manuel, Gene Torbett, W. D. Iones, lim Hurd, Rip Radcliff, lim Bray, B. White, Ierry Haskins, Bert Weber, Glen Painter, Marvin Kline, Virgil Cummings, Dick Bo- gert, loc Fishinghawk, Aubrey Bristow, Chuck Athey, DeRoose Raymond, ami David Hermanski. Track QContinued from Page 70j Enid finished 3rd with 24 points in the Regional Track Meet at Tonkawa. The meet, won by Stillwater, was held Saturday, April 28, This meet qualified the Plainsmen for six events in the state meet at Norman on the Sth. Steve Champlin won lst in the shot and smashed the previous record by a good 2 feet. He also won a 2nd in the discus throw. Bill Cobb narrowly missed a record with his first in the 440-yard dash while Richard Massey tied for 3rd in the 220-dash. The mile relay team consisting of Dykes, Maupin, Sturdevant, and Cobb placed 2nd, and Massey, Sturdevant. Dykes, and Sloan, finished 3rd in the 880-yard relay. In summing up this year's track season, we might say that Coach Stroup was look- ing toward the future when Enid High School might once again rule supreme in Oklahoma track circles. 511115nssxxxxxixxxsxxsxxnlix' Make Flowers a habit Not an occasion HUFFMAN FLORAL 1505 North Grand xsxxxnxisxxxxxxssxssxxnnxsu5 sxxnsn1u1xxxx1xunxxuQxxxxxxxw Quality Laundry and Dry Cleaners - FUR STORAGE Phone 3860 422 East Nfaine Enid, Oklahoma sxxxxxunxxsxxxxxxxxxxxutxxxxi nxxixxxitxxiixxitxxi111111511 W1 Tm cgl'IIl KIXIQXY .-------,---------------------1.-----------.--------------------------------------------- CHARTER SERVICE THAT PLEASES MID-CONTINENT COACHES IN! I I I ns xanaxxxxxxnxaxnxxnxxxxnxxnxxmnxsassxsxxxmx1nxnxxxnxxnnnnxxxnxxnmxxxxxxxnnnnqnxnxnunnnnmunv, And Also, An Other Kind Of Insurance I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I x igxuxxu1xxnmusmn1111xxxxx1suxsnssnxsnxnnxnxnxnxnnnnxnnnx nxnxnnxxuxxnnxsxsusnxxxxunxxsxxu 1 FN111 Hllili Scuooi. Golf fcillllflllllfill from Page 701 in Ll team match by 11 score of ll5Q to 6lf5. On lvfav In a l'L'Illl'lil match was played with Ponca City on the l11tter's home course. This time the Wilclc11ts were tl1e victors. The Ponca City ICRIDI was thought bv many per- sons to have one of the superior teams of this Northwest sector. On Friday, April 27. tlll' llllll-SIHIC schools journeyed to Enid for 1111- Nlid-State cou- ference IUIIYIISIIIICIIY. The finial delegation i11 this lUlll'llLllllL'llI' was Nlovers, Havenstrite, Uoltry, and David Selby. The team finished second in tl1is l'0lll'll1lI1k'Ill' wl1icl1 w11s il good showing as all tl1e Oklahoma City teams were entered. Riclmrml Havenstrite led the linid golfers in this tournanient witl1 il 36- hole tot11l of l44. MLIX lvioycrs was close behind. Then on Marx' 2 tlllil 3 the plt1lIISIllCI1 journeyed to Oliltlllllhlil Citv to compete in the State High School Tl3lll'll2ll11C'llf. This was held at the Lincoln Park Course in Oklahoma City. After the first day of play, Nlax Nloyers took over the third place slot. The other l7l2liH5'I11Cl1 were farther down in the ranks, Following the second day's gruel- ing 36-hole grind, the Plainsnien, led by Mz1x Nloyers in fourth place, finished sixth i11 the meet. This was, however, il good showing, when ytlll take into CUllSillL'l'QlIiUll that this is the first year that there has been serious elliort to succeed in golf. The travelling squad at the close of the season w11s composed of MLIX lvfoyers, Rich- ard Havenstrite, Buddy Goltry, and David Selby. Out of the eighteen hopefuls wl1o reported for the team at the opening of the season. only nine finished the season. 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