Enid High School - Quill Yearbook (Enid, OK)

 - Class of 1957

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K , Enid High School Junior Phofographs 'ihrough +he couriesy of fhe Enid News and Eag e i " ' 'ldlfw LLCVC ul , ' i " CVULJ OKLAHOMA ,lil limi Y UWM ' TQ? lug CULUVL? MA Enid High School, esiablished in l894, whos, ir ' ' gradua+ing class was in l898, is proud fo salufe Okla- homa, admiHed in l907, in ifs semi-cen'I'ennial year. As Oklahoma has progressed from Teepees fo Towers, Enid High School has advanced 'From grammar fo guidance, from a graduafion class of rwo in I898, 'io one of +wo hundred and ninefy-+hree in I957, 'From a curriculum of 'iwelve subjecfs 'lo one of sixfy-four. Enid High School's growfh has been in keeping wi+h fhe growfh of Oklahoma, which in fhe realm of sci- ence, agriculfure, indusiry, and 'lransporfafion has been phenomenal. As a pari' of Oklahoma's greafesi' resource, her people, and parficularly her forward-looking youih whose responsibiliiy ii will be 'ro coniinue ihis progress, Enid High School s+uden+s are appreciaiive o'F +he challenge Oklahoma herifage has given fhem. ZW ,MR , Rlmslifbyy ffl RW 'sjruula Ifyif if D324 C1 fzfifff Q 7Zz'z+f'of-f 7fk,6f A e ec ff, 2 f4feZaf'dfM- yn-254, 41, 1 Lf If 1, V . ,, J Zbwhc 2,4 ' w , X Qgryf A nj L LQ wif WARD HAPPIER. LIVING a +ime when The individual! po1'en+iaI is limifed only by his response 'ro unlimifed oppor'runH'ies A I i , f -,f J,ft,. 1 DEDICATIO .W ..,, uw.. ,W i nanksf B c .Q .. In X Y jflfz !14iNUtlc,-df, , N va'-Jvfkl Levi, XLBNAX' JLAQJLVV 4917 Vim '5'uJCj7CH'ff'lu 'Yfui 1 Wm .iw fiQ4v-517 ,iffe"7 Vfafdiitcl, ' j , 1 !,Z4,.MjQgf KILL flat, dba 4, pa,-ff I I :jg Y V V . ffffv fLC6 ffikiflig ,44,1fCl,A CL '4'f'ff'5' ,xrffzha-rnfvti-. , " Aetfgdfiff , ,i -'j Haj' ,l I! Vvff5'zf 197 ibffff, Klum Q uiI'UW1ll'kl lluppit-1' living." thcim' ul' the 1957 yczirhuuk, hrings tu miml 11 pt-rson who is tht- th'ix'ing fuiwu xlml haickhnnc ol' lfniil High uml tht- in- HLICIICC ol' whusc pcrsonzllity has lmuh' this ycur 11ml L'VL'l'f' yt-zu' hzxppicr for ull of thc stumlcnts. D. Iirucc Scihy, l'i.ll.S. primipnil, through his cnthusizistic It-ault-rship, ziczulciilic com'crn, intcrcst in cvcry urlmlt-tic cmlcuvm' :xml in :ill cxtral- cLn'i'icLllul' zlctivitics. has mzulu high school thiys "Happier living." l.m'ctl for his intcrcst in puuplc, his Vigoruus l'i'iumllim'ss is all im'lu- sivc ami QL'l1L'l'l1fCS that imlclinnhlc school spirit for which lfniil lligh is mutual. To D. lirmm' St-lhy, pium-cr, huihicr. iC21LiL'l', fricml :xml cmliisclui' to humlrutls ol' stmlcnts thruugh thirty-thruc YCZIVS ui' scl'x'iuc to tht- youth ut' this community :ls instructur. couch, ami primipail. SLlk'L'L'SSiX'L'if', wc l'L'SPCL'fi-Lllif' tiuiiczltt' this hunk. - Tm-i Siixifif A spacious, well sloclied library is a musl fo mainfain fhe sfandard of culfural develop- meni' achieved in Enid High School. Over 9,000 volumes adorn fhe shelves. Enid High School boasfs a beauliful audi- 'lorium wiih a sealing capacify of l,50O per- sons who have enioyed dignifaries, poli+ical leaders, famous enferiainers, and renowned speakers as well as fhe mos? prized assem- blies of Enid High's own Sfudenl Body. The archifecfure of Enid High School is an ageless Modern Gofhic slyle. ll combines lhe beauliful European columns of ihe Me- dieval ages wilh lhe praclicabililies ol mod- ern consfruciion. . 2 'Xi T 'T-X.wy-5 Sqifig gi. Eg, X lg? We QQ , i ' gi ' S rl. Y' 23 V X51 T' xr Cr Y' Q. N, f Slwifeezb KP V S R if e W - I E, lift: gi 'QQHL41 - dvi ii 'lg .. C? X ' A Q' ffl X ggi 'X E " ai P- H es, X A lg exif ff fs if i C3 le Fi I Vi. cox? 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Z f Now school children of all ages have counseling and guidance +hrough +he Enid School's new guidance deparfmenf sei' up under , , NL 5 +he direcfion of Howard Chinn, Enid High School psychologis+' Mrs. Nelle McCreary, Dean of Girls, and Kenne+h Sorey, juni ff'-f"'1fff'9'C7"'-4 high and elemen+ary school psychologisf. fi L ,LAD E ,vga gf, f E .f K , Siudenf groups lilre fhese were offen compleling fesis in fhe guidance olilice. I ' , ' 1 5 i g 'fiflifgj mm . 9.14 , ' X .NEW if Q5 s sl 'W' ff Mekcrffzgfzlni 5fiEiZ'A3ii'1f' .y-'ff ijj, 'M in 'J-mszsgwi If signs.,-.i.ai X . A R 1 , , 77367-ewes.-sf,,A,. , 4' f - r' I , .. I 1 I! I l . f ' F f 1 1 A f ' , 1 1 I . , A' i X I f ll 1 f l 'IK I Margarei' Roelse gels sfuclenf file on Blaine Smifh for Mr. Chinn, explaining his lest resulfs fo Blaine. Mr, Selby explains Siudenf Direcfory fo Tommy Lansden, Sophomore Presidenf, and Susan Scoii, Sophomore Secrela ry. Junior English Class falres aplifude fesi wilh fhe counseling of Miss Milam, ple' . , I Ss, 1 1 '.gQ,gl.., 'Q Mrs. ln+roducing a comprehensive fesling program fo serve The sfudenfs of Enid schools was one of fhe main obiecfives of fhe Guidance Deparfmenf during lhis lirsf year in which an office was officially sei up. Sfudenfs spenl' many hours seelc- ing advice on fheir own pofenrial apri- fudes as indicafecl by various iesfs, made inquiries eboui scholarships, financial op- porlunifies in various vocafions, profes- sional requiremenfs, and problems of per- sonal adjusfmenr fo economic as well as social sifuaiions. Aim lcepl' consfanfly in mind was more complefe fraining for beffer adius+ed lives. McCreary and Mr. Chinn. 'Y Mr. John Provoslfs home room enferiain wifh a farewell colre parfy in lhe cafeferia, a frequenl happeninq wirh s+uden1' groups af Enid High. The well lighled roomy library provides a quiel place for sfudy or fhe more relaxed reading of a number of magazines in a com- prehensive field of subieci maHer. Enid High Pro ides Rel Spacious, shining halls accen+ed wiih beaufifully grilled sleel siair- cases invife s+uden+s 'ro enjoy ihoroughly every phase of school life. One of fhe rear hall sfairways leading fo 'fhe cafeieria or fo fhe cafeleria door exi+ a+ +he soullueasf parf of ihe building. Parenls and friends of Enid High School sfudenfs swarm +he halls and classrooms each Open House nigh+ given annually as an ols- servance of American Educa+ion Week. -QIQALLQVQILZC. J ,Z?lwQ1f!U wh iam MMI, ,IIAWff1i++7Qffff ,,Z,WU5,, QAMLZQJQ find? I IW. oNIENTs,MM ,Q Q, AJ, M, gy ,4- fLU4f,C5I M! ff if 2 -752104 f!ZfsIZ':JU'j 44 I U I Aadfroffizifgij Jw P54454 Mwffzff? 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ADNII I TRATION AND CLASSES ENID BOARD EDUCATION RAYMON D F. HAYES MRS. DELMA SCHROCK MRS. EDITH PINKERTON AL W. BRAITHWAITE Cl-EO FISHER ci' TED COLDIRON CASEY COHLMIA ADIVII I TRATIO Responsibility for administering the Ifnid School system rested upon the Ifnid Board of Ifducation whose duties included hiring the su- perintendent, Nlr. Ilelvitt VValler, the principals, and all of the teaching personnel. Composed of seven citizens of Ifnid elected without pay for four year terms. three members and one at large heing elected every two years, the group rendered many hours of puhlic service in hehalf of the schools of Iiinid. Ileaded hy R. F. Ilayes, President, and Delma Schrock, Vice-president. other memhers were AI Rraithwaite, Ifdith Pinkerton, Cleo Fisher, Ted Coldiron, and Casey Cohlmia. Seven standing committees handled the differ- ent divisions of the school system. They were: Teacher Committee, Casey Cohlmia, Chairman, and Iidith Pinkerton and AI Iiraithwaite. mem- hers. Chairman of the Purchasing Committee was Delma Schrock with Cleo Fisher and Ted Coldiron, memhers. Al Braithwaite was Chair- man of the Building and Grounds Committee with Cleo Fisher and Edith Pinkerton. memhers. The Chairman of the Custodian Committee was Ted Coldiron with memhers Casey Cohlmia and Delma Schrock. Chairman of the Finance Com- mittee was Ifdith Pinkerton, and Al Iiraithwaite and Ted Coldiron were memhers. The Insurance Committee headed hy Cleo Fisher included Ca- sey Cohlmia and Delma Schrock. The Sites Committee Chairman was Cleo Ifisher and Ted Coldiron and Delma Schrock, memhers. The regular meeting was the Iirst Nlonday in every month, hut the hoard met several extra times during the month for special meetings. In the Summer of 1956 additions and im- provements were made to three elementary schools. Une of the higgest events during the year was the calling of the one million six hundred lifty thousand dollar hond election. This hond pro- vided for the huilding of a new -Iunior I Iigh and an extension on to Longfellow Iligh. The hoard let the contract for the remodeling of Longfellow and for the new Junior Iligh at Cleveland and Randolph Road. Students of Enid Iligh appreciated the excel- lent building and numerous modern facilities made available to them hy the citizens ol' Iflnid and administered through the Board of Ifduca- tion. .A .1 . .mv ,- 5 1:2 -. 'Q-Ji I , .gig S 1 1. ji A .' .ZH 4 .1 ' ' .Y - ' '- ??f' 11. s l --haw iii: V sf' 5555 ,551 . 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JA' P FAC LTY Dorolhy Lynch, Library Club hosless, serves lhe fac- 3 ully af fhe parly sponsored annually by fhe Librarians Top Row: Mr. John Provosl, American Hislory, Mr. Franlrlin Smifh, Physics, Plane Geomelry, Mr. T. A. K? ,. l 4 Kennedy, Diversified Occupalionsg Mr. Perry Mc' Coy, Disfribulive Educalion, Mr. Marvin Myers, Chemislry, Algebra, Mr. Bernard Paulin, American Hislory. Second Row: Mr. Jewell Ridge, Mechanical Drawing, Mrs. DeJuana Jones, English, Mrs. Lea Ida Boyle. Commerce, Miss Addie Fromholz. French, Laiin, Miss Mildred Monlgomery, Spanish, Mr. Charles Lynch, Bookkeeping, Acfivify Office. Bollom Row: Mrs. Wanda Beardslee, English, World Hisfory, Miss Heiel Powers, Commerce, Miss Laura Milam, English, Mrs. Belh Prall, Biology, Miss Muriel Koger, Commerce, Mrs. Mabel Manley. English. Top Row: Mr. Ray Farran+, American Hislory, Mr. Harold Duclnefl, Biology, Mr. Jaclr Webb, Drivers' Educafion, Mr. Roberl Pyle, Machine Shop, Mr. Myrl Kirlr, Woodworlr, Arls and Crafls. Second Row: Mrs. Lois Vance, Foods, Mrs. Rosamay Lynch, Library, Miss Rulh Moore, Geomelry, Alge- bra, Mr. Herberl' Seem, Prinfing, Miss Mary Ad- ams, Geomefry, Algebra, Mrs. Wilde Galhrighl, Girls' Physical Educalion, Miss Florel Helema, Trig- onomelry, Algebra. Bollom Row: Miss Maurine Morrow, Vocal Music, Miss Kalherine Bales, Ari, Mr. D. Bruce Selby Principal, Miss Ellen Correll. Home Economics, Mr. George Prall, World Hisfory, Bible. Top Row: Mr. Chinn, Boys' Counselor, Mr. Hemphill, Band and Orcheslrag Mr, Slroup, Boys' Swimming and Boys' Physical Educafion, Mr. Brown, Boys' Physical Educalion, Mr. Vandaveer, Alhlefic Direc' lor. Second Row: Mrs. Scoll, Regisfrar, Mr. Jones, Driv- ers' Educafion, Mrs. Winlers, Girls' Swimming, Mr. Walor, Drivers' Educafion, Miss Young, English, Mrs. Voigf, Radio and Dcbale. Bollcm Row: Mrs. Wenlworlh, Affendance Secrefary, Mrs. McCreary, Girls' Counselor, Mrs. Spencer, Enqlish, Miss Scoil. Journalism, Mrs. Poindexler, Speech and English, Miss Slewarr, Hislory, Miss Krelsch, English. ff STUDENT BODY OFFICER Seaied Johnny Walker presidenfg LeHy Goiiry, secrefary. Standing: Wali Bowarf, reporfer Judy Denfon freasurer Kay TUDENT COUNCIL Seafed Miss Kreisch Miss Moore, Miss Monigomery, Miss Young Miss Milam Mr Kennedy, Mrs. Mccreary. ,,,,,,, E., J.. M Mason, vice president Sfanding: Mr, Farrani, Mr. 'WLMFF Aclon Allen Armslrong Arnold Arnold Afkinson Aurell Babb Baker Bal win Barnes Baxler Benedi'I'I'i Benlley Bish Board Bodes Bosfon Bowarf Boyer Boyer Bozarfh Braina rd Brailhwaife Briflon Brown Brown FIRST ROW, leli Io righl: Jerry Aclon, Band 2, 3, 4, .ll-D 4, Les Ciipians 2, 3, Physics Club 3, Chemisiry Club 41 Dick Allen, Chorus 4, Mixed Chorus 4: Jerry Armslrongg Sandra Kay Arnold, Band 2, 3, 4, La Junfa 3, 4, Chess Club 41 Oscar Sfanley Arnold, Prinlinq Club 4, Vice Pres. 4, Trade Priniinq 3, 45 Bobby Alkinson, Fimlball Leilerman 3, Baseball Lellerman 2, 3, 4: Luida Aurell, Band 2. 3, 4. Senior Play 4, AH 4, Physics Club 4, Chemislry Club 35 Sandra Babb, Gym Manager 3, Chorus 2, Bravefles 2, 3, 4, Home Economics Club 2, 3, Cr. R. A. 2, 3, 41 Jerry Baker, Home Room Pres, 33 SECOND ROW: Larry Don Baldwin, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, Chorus Oueen Escorr 4, Al-I 4, Oklahoma Honor Socieiy 2, 3, 4, Physics Club 4, Sludenl Council 2, 4: Belly IRamseyl Barnes, Chorus 3, Leqionelfes 2, 3, Bible Club 3, Y-Teens 27 Mary Baxfer, Band 2, 3, 4, La Junfa 3, Oklahoma Honor Sociely 43 Deloris Benedilli, Home Room Vice-Pres. 2, Bravelles 4, Loqionettos 2' Clara Benfleyg Bob Bish, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, Chorus Oueen Escorl 4, Pres. 4, May Oueen Allendani Escori 4, N. F. L. 2, 3, 4, Oklahoma Honor Sociely 3, 4, Thespians 2, 3, 4, Donna Lucille Board: Gene Bodes, Foorball Lellerman 3, 4, Home Room Pres. 2, 3, A1-l 4, Lil' Abner Affendanl 4: Joan Bosfon, C-irls' Chorus 2, 3, 4, Paleile Club 4, Brayeiles 2. 3, 4, 4-H Club 2 3. 47 THIRD ROW: Wall Bowarl, Sludenl Body Reporler 4, Poolball Lellerman 4, Journalism Club 3, 4, Pres. 4, Ouill Weekly Co- Edilor 4: Janice Boyer, Grade School Reporler 4, Ouill Annual Slall 4, Journalism Club 3, 4, Pulure Teachers Club 4, Bravelles 3. 45 Marilyn Rose lMar'Iinl Boyer, Phoebe Elizabefh Bozarlh, Girls' Chorus 2, Bravelles 3, 4, Oklahoma Honor Sociely 3, Legionelles 2, Bugle Lf., Vice-Pres., Sec., 3, Pres. 4: Glenda Rulh Braifhwaife, Junior Play 2, 3, Vice Pres. 4, Oklahoma Honor Sociely 2, 3, 4, Sfudenf Council 4, Aquaelie Oueen Allendanf 4, Paul Briffon, Home Room Sec. 4, Treas. 4, Band 2, 3, 4, -5-4'I 4: Edna Dell Brown, Library Club 4, Brayelles 4, Oklahoma Honor Sociely 4, Chemislry Club 4' Jamie Brown, Football Leilerman 4, AH 4, Treas. 4, Oklahoma Honor Sociely 2, 3, 4, Chemislry Club 3, Siudenf Council 3, 4. II IIIR SENIOR OFFICERS Top Row: Jerry Keeling, vice presi- denfg Kay Moxley, reporler. BoHom Row: Claudia Shannon, sec- relaryg Don Carey, presidenfg Sue Holley, Ireasurer. Brown Bruce Brummeff Brune Burdick Bulls Campbell Carey Chapman Chelf Chenowelh Cline FIRST ROW, Ioll Io riqhlz Rufh Ann Brown, Ouill Annual Slalf 4, Quill Weekly Slahl 4, Cheerleader 3, 4, Palelle Club 2, 3, Reporier 3, Sec. 4, Legionelies 2, 3, 4, Drum LI. 2, Pres. 3, Drum Capiain 4, Dixie Ann Bruce, Mixed Choius 3, 4, Aouaellos 3, 4, Sec. 4, Bray- - elles 2, 3, 4, La Junla 4, Chorus Oueen Aliendani 4: Beverly Brummelfg G. J. Brune, Home l If 1 ,. I Room Pres. 2, Vice-Pres. 3, Machine Shop 2, 3, 4: Paul Burdick, Home Room Vice-Pres. 3, Sludenf Council 3: Jim Buffs, Home Room Vice-Prcs, 2, Della Thela 4, Physics Club 4, Chemislry Club 3. SECOND ROW: Carolyn Wilma Campbell, Homo Room Pros. 3, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, Senior Play 4, Oklahoma Honor Sociely 3, 4, Thospians 2, 3, 4: Don Carey, Class Pres. 3, 4, Baskolball Lellerrnan 3, 4, Caplain 4, -V'l 4, Pres. 4, May Ouoen Allendanl Escorl 4, Oklahoma Honor Sociely 2, 3, 4, Norma Louise Chapman. Chorus 2, 3, D. E. Club 4, Treas. 4. Sec. 47 Palricia Diane Chenowefh, Hom: Room Vi-'D Pros. 2, Pies, 3, Band 2, 3, D. E. Club 4: Kennefh Cline. QQ Q Co e Cole Collins Cook Cooper Cox Cravens Cummins Cunningham Dalke Dalke Danahy Davis Davis Deighfon Dennis Denion DeVaulf Dilldme DiH'meyer Dozier Duerksen Duggan Dusbabek Easierly Easlon Ec TOP ROW, lefl lo right: LoreHa Cole, Mixed Chorus, 3, 4, Senior Play 4, -M" 3, Bravefles 2, 3, 4, Physics Club 4: Mildred Cole, -N" 4, Bravelfes 2, 3, 4, Oklahoma Honor Sociely 2, Physics Club 4, Chemistry Club 3: Gerald Collins: Barbara Ann Cook, Gym Man- aqer 4, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Palelfe Club 4, Bravelles 2, 3, 4, 4-H Club 2, 3, 4: Jean Cooper lMcGeel, Orcheslra 2, 3 Band 2, 3, 4, Aquaelfes 4, Oklahoma Honor Sciciefy 2, G. R. A. 4: Barbara Lee Cox, Chorus 2, 3, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, Aquaefies 3, Braveifes 2, 3: Paula Cravens, Chorus 4, Quill Annual Slalif 4, Journalism Club 4, Leqioneiles 2, 3, 4: Charles Cummins: Margaref Cunningham, Bravelfes 2, 3, Chemisfry Club 3, Y-Teens 2: SECOND ROW: Gerald Dalke, -ll" 4, Oklahoma Honor Sociefy 2, Physics Club 4: Mary Anne lMcGinnisl Dalke, Chorus 3. Palclfo Club 4, D. E. Club 3, 4, Sec. 4: Pai Danahy, Home Room Pres. 3, Aquaeffcs 4, Braveiles 2, 3, 4, 4AH Club 4, Home Eco- nomics Club 2: John T. Davis, Band 2, Mixed Chorus 3, 4, Prinl- inq Club 4, Sec. 4: Leonard Davis, Foorball Leflerman 4: Jim Deighfon, -S", 4, Paloiie Club 4, Physics Club 4, Chemislry Club 3: Melvin C. Dennis, Orchesira 3, 4, Band Ouarlermasler 2, 3, 4, -ll", 4, Physics Club 4, Camera Club 3, 4, Pres. 4: Judy Denfon, Siudenl Council 2, 3, 4, Treas. 4, Baskelball Oueen 4, N, F. L. 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4, Oklahoma Honor Sociely 4, Girls' Slale 3: Margaref DeVaulf, Band 2, 3, 4: THIRD ROW: Larry Dilldine, Chorus 2, D. O. Club 3, 4, Pres. 4: Richard Di'Hmeyer: Jo Ann Dozier, Class Reporier 2, Junior Play 3, Cheerleader 3, 4, May Oueen Afiendanl 4, Spring Sporfs Oueen Alfendanf 4: Naoma Duerksen, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, Chorus Oueen Aflendanf 4, Palefie Club 4, Bravefies 2, 3, 4, Les Copians 3: Dannie Duggan, AH 4, Oklahoma Honor Socieiy 2, Physics Club 4, Chemisiry Club 3, Boys' Slale 3: Joyce Dusbabek, Home Room Treas. 4, Band Maiorelle 2, 3, 4: Lynne Easferly, Home Room Pres. 4, Bravefles 2, 3, 4, Oklahoma Honor Socieiy 2, 3, Sludenl Council 32 Gary Easlon, Band 2, 3, 4, Drum Major 3, 4, Journalism Club 4, Chemislry Club 3, Senior Aflorney Youlh Traffic Courl 4: Richard Eck. Ehardf Emrick Engle Evans Ewing Failing Faulkner Fields Fousl' Fox Francis Franke Gariss Gauley Gaul? Gerson TOP ROW, lelr To riqhf: Jim Ehardf: Marfha Jane Emrick, Ouill Annual Sfall 4, Quill Weekly Sfahl Exchange Edilor 4, Palefle Club 4, Bravelfes 2, 3, 4, La Junla 2, 3: John Engle, Mixed Chorus 2. 3, 4, Treas. 4, Senior Play, All School Play, Junior Play Slage Technician 2, 3, 4, Braves 4, Pres. 4, Thespians 2 3, 4: Jim Evans, Swimming Lefferman 3, 4, Home Room Pres. 4, -344 4, Physics Club 4, Chemisfry Club 3: Judy Ewing, Home Room Sec, Treas. 4, Ouill Annual Sfahf 4, Aquaefles 3, 4, Aquaeffe Oueen Alien- danf 4: Barbara Mae Failing, Ouill Annual Sfahf 4, Quill Weekly Sfafl 4, Journalism Club 3, 4, Palelle Club 4, Sec, 4, Bravelfes 2, 3, 4: James Faulkner, Foolball Leflerman 4, Home Room Sec. Treas. 3, -5-H 4, Palelfe Club 4, Chemisfry Club 4: Grefchen Sue Fields, Aquaeiles 4, Paleiie Club 4, Braveiies 2, 3, 4, 4-H Club 4: Charles Ford, Palelle Club 4, Oklahoma Honor Sociefy 2: SECOND ROW: Merle Eugene Fousfg Sharon Fox: Karen Kay Francis, Quill Annual Slahi 4, Cheerleader 4, Journalism Club 4, May Oueen Affendanf 4, Siudeni Council 3, Peggy Louise Franke, Home Room Sec. 3, Bravefies 3, 4, G. R. A. 2, 3, 4, Legioneffes 2, 3, 4, Drum Maiorclfe 4: Chesrer Gariss, Hi-Y Club 2, 3, 4, Treas. 3, Vice-Pres. 4: James Paul Gauley, -ll" 4, Oklahoma Honor Sociefy 2, 3, Swimming Lelferman 3, 4 Physics Club 4, Pres. 4, Thespians 4: Ray Gaulf: Barbara Gerson, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Paleile Club 4, Brave-Hes 2, 3, 4: Carolyn Gerfen, D. E, Club 4, Oklahoma Honor Sociely 2. Gerlz Gibson Gibson Goley Golfry Goodpaslure Goss Granlz Green Green Greer Grim Grim Grimes Gundlack Gungoll Haines Hall Hamilfon Harris Harrison Harsh Harl' Harlshorne Hayes Hays Henry Alice Gundlack, Chorus 3, Les Copians 4, Soc. 4, D. O. Club 4, TOP ROW lsll lo ri ht' Elhel Gerlz Gym Manager 4 Palelle Sec. 4, Library Club 2: Brenda Lou Gungoll, Chorus 2, Palelle . - q . . . Club 3, Bravelle-3 4, Home Economics Club 3, Dennis Gibson, Foolball Lellerrnan 4, Traclc Lellerman 4, Home Room Vice-Pres. 2, 3, 4, All 4, Sec. 4, Sludenl Council 2: Karen lVicRersl Gibson, Find High, News Eaqle Re-porler 4, Quill Annual Slall 4, Quill Wi-r-lrly Slall, Edilor 4, Mixed Chorus 3, 4, Les Copians 3, Re- oi-rler 3' Palrlcia June Goley, Orcheslra 2, 3, 4, Sec. 4, Senior Play 4, Junior Play 3, Oklahoma Honor Sociely 4, Thespians 2, 3. 43 Lelly Gollry, Sludenr Body Sec, 4, Ouill Annual Slall 4, Aquaellos 2, 3, 4, Pres, 4, May Queen Allendanl 4, Foolball Qzirfen 4' Myrna Goodpaslure, Chorus 4, Bravelles 4: Carol Goss: Walfer Granh, Gayle Green, Home Room Vice-Pres. 3, Sec. lreas. 3, 4, Bravolles 3, 4, Y-Teens 3, 4, G. R. A. 4: SECOND ROW: Larry Green, Home Room Pres. 2, Band 2, 3, 4, Ouill Annual Slall 4 La Junla 2, 3, Chemislry Club 3: Geraldine Greer, Aquaelles 4, Biavellof, 2. 3, 4, Home Economics Club 3, G. R, A. 2, 3, 4? Kay Grim, Ouill Annual Edilor 4, Ouill Weekly News Edilor 4, Club 4, Bravelles 2, 3, 4, Lu Cooians 3, G, R. A, 41 Larry Haines, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, Palelle Club 3, Bible Club 3, Mary Hall, Home Room Sec. 2, 3, Orcheslra 3, Band 3, 'lhespians 4, Home Economics Club 2, 3, 4t Tl'llRD ROW: J. C. Hamillon, Claudene Harris, Gym Manager 3, Home Room Vice-Pres. 2, Mixed Chorus. 2, 3, Palelle Club 4, D, E. Club 4' Leonard Harrison, Foolball Lellerman 4, Ouill Annual Slall 4, Ouill Weelcly Edilorial Edilor 4, Sludenl Council 3, 4, Bible Club 3, Pres, 3: Nolen Harsh, Prinlinq Club 4, Pres. 4, Hobo bdilor 4, All 4, Oklahoma Honor Sociely 4, Physics Club 3, Sludenl Council 43 Warren L. Harl, Band 2, 3, 4, Ouill Annual Slall 4 -All 4, lreas, 4, Journalism Club 4, Physics Club 4' Brenda Harlshorne, Home Room Treas. 3, Chorus 2, Mixed Chorus 3, 4, Bravelles 2, 3, 4, Oklahoma Honor Sociely 2, 3, 4' Roberl Hayes, Baslcelball Lollermfin 4, Homo Room Pres, 4, Vice-Pres. 2, Della Theta 4 Vice-Pres. 4, Oklahoma Honor Sociely 2: Ronald Hays, Eible Club 3' Linda Sue Henry, .l -urrralii,m Club 3, 4, Bravolles 2, 3, 4, Maxine Grim, Chorus 2, 3, D. O. Club 4' Carol Grimes, Palalle Club 2, 3, 4, Brayelres 3, 4, Ollfilw ma Horor Sociely 3, Sludenl Council 3, Yileerls 2, 3, 43 E IOR Sponsors are lslandingl Mr. Mc Coy, Mr. Kennedy, Mr. Farranl, Miss Scoll, lsealedl Miss Koger Miss Krelsch, Mrs. Spencer. Band 3, Chorus 2, Fulure Nurses 2, 3. Leqionelles 2. Hermanslri Hildabrand Hinson Hilchcoclr Holley Hooley Howard Hulilman Humphries Hunler Huslon Hulfon TOP ROW, lell lo riqhl: Eva E. Hermanslri, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Biaynllos 2, 3, Lf-uionf-llrxs 2, 4-H Club 2, 3: Marlha Jane Hildebrand, Chorus 2, 3, Brayollf-5 2, 3, Oklahoma Honor Scciely 3, Y-Teen: 2, Brian Hinson, Home Room Pres. 2, 3, 4, Ouill Annual Slall 4, Quill Weelcly Sporls Edilor 4, Journalism Club 4, May Ouscn Allendanf Escoif 4, Ronnie Hilch- cock, Band 2, 3, 4, Journalism Club 4, La Junla 3, Chernislry Club 4, Bailill Youlh lrallic Courl 43 Sue Holley, Class Vice-Pres. 2, Troas. 4, Mixed Chorus Our-on Alleridanl 4, May Queen 4, Sludenr Council 2, 3, 4: Jon Hooley, Band 2, 3, 4, Quill Annual Slall 4, Journalism Club 4, N. F. L. 3, 4. SECOND ROW: Pafricia Sue Howard, Palrillo Club 2, 3, 4, Biayflllr-s 2, 3, 4, Oklahoma Honor Sociely 3, Chornislry Club 4: Ronald Harley Huffman, ll" 4, Oklahoma Honor Sociely 2, 3, 4, Physics Club 3, Machine Shop 2, 3, 4: William Henry Humphries, Jr., Foolball Lerlerman 4, Home Room Pres, 4, Physics Club 4, Chomislry Club 3: Virginia Hunlerg Alvin Leroy Huslon, learn Manaoer 2, D. O. Club 4, Sql, al Arms 4, lra B. HuHon, Home Room Vice-Pies, 4, Prinlinq Club 4, Assislanl Hobo Spoils Edilor 4. I8 rvin lrvin Johnson Jones Jones Jones Karns Keahey Keeling Keen Kehn Kiefer Kinkade Kliewer Knarr Knaus Koehn Koehn Koozer Kudlac Kunkel Lacey Lacy Lacy Lacy Ladd LaFon TOP ROW, lei? ro righf: Larry Lee Irvin: Linda Louise lrvin, Ok- lahoma Honor Sociely 4: Jane Ellen Johnson, Band 2, Braverres 4, D. E. Club 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 4, Siudenr Council 4: Janef Sue Jones, Home Room Pres. 2, 3, 4, Bravelles Pres. 4, May Queen Arlendanl 4, Library Club 3, 4. Sec. 3, Pres. 4, Spring Sporrs Queen Allend- anl 4: Joyce Jones lBrunerl: Larry Jones, Boys' Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, D. O. Club 2: Don Karns, Foorball Lel- rerman 4, Baseball Lelferman 3, 4, Home Room Pres. 4, Sec. Treas. 4, Delia Thela 4, Reporler 4: Dennis Lee Keahey, La Junla 4, Srudeni Council 3, 4: Jerry Keeling, Class Vice-Pres, 4, Foolball Lelrerman 3, 4, Capfain 4, Baseball Leflerman 3, Baskelball Ler- lerman 3, 4, May Herald 4. SECOND ROW: Virginia Lee Keen, Mixed Chorus 3, 4, Aquaelres 4, Bravelies 3, Oklahoma Honor Sociefy 2, 3, Chemisiry Club 3, Sharon Gayle Kehn, Bravelres 3, D. E. Club 4, Queen 4, Oklahoma Honor Sociely 4, Chemisiry Club 3, Y-Teens 2, 3, Sec. 3, Jerald Lee Kiefer, Paleire Club 4, Physics Club 4: Leland Kinkade, Braves 4, La Junia 3, Chemisrry Club 4, Hi-Y Club 2, 3, 4, Pres. 2, 3, Sec. Treas. 45 Donald Mac Kliewer, Braves 4, Hi-Y 4: Geraldine Kay Knarr, Home Room Pres. 2, Quill Annual Srali 4, Quill Weekly Srali 4, Aquaelles 2, 3, 4, Braveires 2, 3, 47 Darrel E. Knaus, Debare Lellerrnan 4, Band 2, 3, 4, AH 4, Vergilian 3, Treas. 3, Physics Club 4: Roberi Koehnp Sonia Rufh Koehn, Pale-He Club 4, Bravefres 3, 4, G. R. A. 4. THIRD ROW: Lorraine Koozer, Aquaeifes 3, 4, Journalism Club 4, Palefie Club 3, 4, Braveires 2, 3, 4, Home Room Pres. 47 Joan Kudlac, Home Room Pres. 4, Vice-Pres. 4, Palefie Club 4, Braverfes 2, 3, 4, Chemisiry Club 43 Jerry Kunkel, Debale Leiier- man 4, Senior Play 4, N. F. L. 3, 4, Chemisiry Club 3, Thespians 3, 4i Mike Lacey, Home Room Vice-Pres. 4, AH 4, Physics Club 4, Chernisrry Club 3: Carolyn Lacy, Home Room Pres. 3, Debale Lerierman 2, 3, Thespian Play 2, Junior Play 3, Cheerleader 4: Jack Lacy, D. O. Club 3.4, Oklahoma Honor Sociely 37 Jerry Douglas Lacy, -39 4, David Ladd, Home Room Vice'Pres. 4, Or- chesrra 4, Pres. 4, -59 4, Oklahoma Honor Sociely 33 John Alurell LaFon, Swimming Lellerman 4, Junior Play 3, Journalism Club 4, Les Copians 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 3, Physics Club 4. Lalrey Lang Large Lawrence Leighnor Leslie Lewis Linderer in Loesch Ludwig McCook McCord McCoy McDaniel McDaniel McGowan Mclnfurff TOP ROW, lell lo righl: Bob Lakey, All 4, Chemisiry Club 4, Judifh Lang, Palefre Club 2, 3, 4, Furure Nurses 3, 4: David Large, Mary Lue Lawrence, Chorus 4, Quill Annual Slall 4, Quill Weekly Sialf 4, Journalism Club 3, 4, Fulure Teachers 3, 4: Harold Leigh- nor, Orchesrra 2, 3, Band 2, 3, 4: Sandra Leslie, Chorus 2, Mixed Chorus 3, 4, Chemisrry Club 3: Jim Lewis, D. O. Club 3, 4: Bobby Linderer, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, Debaie Lerrerman 3, Cheerleader 4, N. F. L. 3, 4, Physics Club 4: Gerri Lee Link, Aquaelles 2, 3, 4, Queen 4, May Queen Allendanr 4, Baskerball Queen Aflendanl 4, Siudenr Council 3, 4. SECOND ROW: Margaref Loescheg Karen Ludwig, Band 3, 4, Sec. 4, Queen Ar- lendani 4, Class Vice-Pres. 3, Aquaeries 3, 4, Physics Club 4, Sec. Treas. 4, Girls' Srare Ll. Governor 3: Tim McCook, Band 2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 4, Senior Play 4, N. P. L. 2, 3, 4, Oklahoma Honor Sociely 2, 3, 4, Sfudenr Council 2 3, 45 Frances McCord, Gym Manager 4, Braveiies 3, 4, La Junia 4, Furure Nurses 2, 3, 43 Beverly JoAnn McCoy, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Palelle 4, Legionelles 2, 3, 4: Hope lPe+ermanl McDaniel: PaHy McDaniel, Home Room Vice-Pres. 3, Chorus 3, Mixed Chorus 4, Bravefres 2, 3, 4, G. R. A. 2, 3, LaVerna Joan McGowan, Oklahoma Honor Sociely 2, Legionelres 2, 3, 4: Judy Mclnlurff, Chorus 4, Braverles 4, 4-H Club 4. McLemore McManemin Marlall Marler Marler Marshall Marlin Massey Mason Maflack Mayer Meese Melscher Mielke Miles Miller Miller Mills Mifcham Mifchell Mize Morgan Morgan Morris Moxley Muir Munkres TOP ROW, lelf lo riqhl: Arlene Doro+hy McLemore, D. E. Club 4, C. R. A. 2, Home Economics Club 2' Frances McManemin, Soriimr Play 4, Bravelles 2, 3, 4, Les Copians 3, N. P. L. 3, 4, Chamisriy Club 3: Lesly Marlaff Jr., Home Room Pres. 3: Cole- man Marler, Home Room Pres. 4, Vice'Pres. 4, Chorus 2. 3, -V' 4' Conrad Marler, l3a-,oball Manaqor 4, Home Room Pres, 2, 4, Pal' r-ilo Club 4, Viif Pros. 4, Chfeniislry Club 3, Terry Marshall, Band 2 3 4, Pros. 4 Si-nior Play 4, May Queen Ailondani Escorf 4, Oklxh-'mi Honor Socinly 2, 3, 4, Slu:l?nl Council 32 Elllabeih Marlin, l-lawn Room Pros, 3, Vice-Pioz. 3: Donna Massey, Kay Mason, Class Viff- Pros. 4, May Ouoen Aflrndanl 4, Baskelball Qui-nn Arlondanl 4, Okla. Honor Socioly 3, Sprinq sporfs Oueen 4. SECOND ROW: Sue Mallack, All School Play 3, Band Oueen Alrifnaanl4,Okl1homa Honor Socioly 3, SludenlCouncil 4,Aqua- 1-flu Ouaon Aflrindanr 4, Bernard D. Mayer Jr., AH 4, Oklahoma H inn Swrif-ly 2, 3, 4, Chninislry Club 3' Sfeve Meese, Home Ro mi Vi A-Pri-., 2, Ouill Annual Slill 4, Oklahoma Honor Sociely 2 l'hy-ii -, Cliih 4 Boys' Slnlr- 33 Mike Mefscher, Boys' Glee Club Council 2: Cleo Jean Mielke, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, Senior Play 4, Junior Play 3, N. F. L. 3, 4, Thospiaris 3. 4: Carolyn Raye Miles, Diane Miller, Mixed Chorus 3. 4, Chorus Ouenn Allnndanl 4, La Junla 3, 4, N. F. L. 3, 4, Oklahoma Honor Sofiofy 2, 3, 4, Girls' Stale 33 Shirley Ann Miller, Home Room Pros, 4, Luaion relies 2, 3, 4, Drum Ll. 3, Drum Caolairi 41 David Mills, Basketball Manaqer 3, 4, Bard 2, 3, 4, Chernislry Club 3. THIRD ROW: Carl Mifcham, Home Room Pros. 3, Vice-Pres. 3, Soc. lrras. 2, Ma chine Shop 3, Sludenl Council 2' Charles K. Mifchell, Physi-H. Club 4, Chernislry Club 43 Donnie Mack Mize, Swirnminq Lrzll-xi rnan 2, 3, 4, Braves 4. Physics Club 4 Sluden? Counril 4, Chr-s, Club 43 David Morgan, Glennis Morgan, Chorus 3, Bravr-thas 4i Mary Ann Morris: Kay Moxley, Class Rvporlhr 4, Band Twirlr-r 2, 3, Band Queen 4, Enid High School Reporlor 4, Cofdilnr Quill Annual 4, N. F, L. 2, 3, 47 Cynlhia Anne Muir, Choius 3, 4, Svn ior Play 4, -V'l 4, Bravellys 3, 4, Oklahoma Honor Sorioiy 3, 4' Allan Ray Munkres, Band 2, 3, 4, 3-"F 4, La Junla 3, Physics Club 4, Sludonl Council 2. 2 Miwl Chivius 2 Physio, Club 4, Ch,-miglry Club 3, Sfudenf I Yi. .ii W iw C Sue Mallack, Howard Roe, Lelly Gfi'?iy and Wall Bowail fznioy in- loimwl yinilinii al an all-school dime. as , 6- Murie Murray O'Banion Oberlender O'Neill O'Neill O'Neill Osborne Overfelf Oversfreef Owen Page TOP ROW, lol? lo riqhi: Janice Murie, Ouill Annual Sfail 4, Journalism Club 3, 4, Braycll-es 2, 3, 4, La Junia 2, 3, N. F, L. 2, 3, 4: Zella Murray, Home Room Vicri Pros. 3, Mixed Chorus 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 4, Bravelfes 2, 3, 4, Library Club 2, Chorus Ouflon 4' Bruce O'Baniong James Oberlenderg Donald O'Neill, A1-P 4, Verqilian 3, Oklahoma Honor Sociely 2, 3, Physics Club 4, Chwmislry Club 3: Donna Faye O'Neill, Gym Manaoer 2, Library Club 2, 3, 4. SECOND ROW: Jimmie O'Neill, Home Room Pres. 3, Mixed Chorus 3, 4, Vorqilian 3, Soi. 3, N. F, L. 3, Physics Club 43 James Ray Osborne, Jr., Band 2, 3, Junior Play 3, .M-9 4, Sludenl Council 2, Physics Club 4: Jerry D. Overfelf, Band 2, 3, D. O. Club 4: Leroy Oversfreer, D, E. Club 3, 4, Pres. 4: John Owen: Charles Page, Football Loflerman 3, 4, Caplain 4, May Our-on Allendanf Escorf 4, Oklahoma Honor Socieiy 3, Sludeni Council 3, lhespian 2, 3, 4, Pri-A.. 4, 20 Palmer Paris Parker Pash Pearce Pellow Peferman Phill.-:riclr Phillips Phillips Pierce PoHer Prafz Pride Pugh Pyle Randolph Record Reinhard? Richfer Rineharf Robbins Robinson Roe Roe Roelse Rogers TOP ROW, lei? io righi: Marvin Palmer, D. O. Club 3, 4: Bar- bara Parker, Gym Manager 4, Home Room Sec. Treas, 3, Chorus 2, Mixed Chorus 3, 4, La Junla 4: Jeanine Paris: Judy Pash, Home Room Scc. Treas. 4, Chorus 2, 3, 4: Barbara Ann Pearce, Gym Manager 4, Senior Play 4, Brave-'lies 3, 4, Puiure Nurses 2, 3, 4: Bob Fellow, Home Room Treas, 4, Journalism Club 4, Paleile Club 4: Elecia Lee Peierman: Gary Philbrick, Home Room Pres. 4, Chemisiry Club 3, Prinling Club 4, Hobo Slaii co-ediior 4: Joan Phillips, Home Room Vice-Pres, 4, Sec. Treas. 2, Bravelles 2, Choorlcader 3, 4, Pooiball Queen Aiiendani 4, D. E. Club 4. SECOND ROW: Rolan Dowe Phillips, Home Room Vice-Pres. 4, Palelio Club 4, Chemisiry Club 4: Don Pierce, Mixed Chorus 3, -QW 4, Physics Club 4, Chemisiry Club 3, Oklahoma Boys' Slaie 3: Pai Maurine Pofier, Bravolres 2, 3, 4, Library Club 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, 3: Phil Praiz, Ouill Annual Sraii 4, Journalism Club 4, Braves 4, D. O. Club 4, Physics Club 4: James Pride, Class Treas. 3, Boys' Siale 3, -V" 4, Vice-Pics. 4, May Oueen Ailenclani Escorl 4, Sludenl Council 2: Eugene Pugh: Charles E. Pyle, Band 2, 3, 4, -ll'l 4, Oklahoma Honor Socieiy 2, 4, Chemisrry Club 3, Vice- Pres. 3, Boys' Sraie 3: Merrielfa Randolph, Chorus 2, Mixed Cho- rus 3, 4, Oklahoma Honor Socieiy 2, Legionoiies 2, 3, 4, Bugle Capi. 2, Treas. 3, Vice-Pres. 4: Judy Record, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Bravelres 2, 3, 4. THlRD ROW: Doris Ann Reinhardr, D. E. Club 4: Carl Richrer: Lela Rinehardf, Home Room Vice-Pres. 4: -V'l 4, Braverles 2, 3, 4, Oklahoma Honor Sociefy 4: Gene Rob- bins, Home Room Treas. 2, Journalism Club 4, Paleiio Club 4: Peggy Robinson, Braveries 2, 3, 4, Library Club 4, Home Econom- ics Club 2, 3, 4-H Club 3, 4, 6. R. A. 3, 4: Howard Roe, Class Pres. 2, Foolball Lelrerman 3, 4, Baskelball Leilerman 4, Baseball Loiierman 3, 4, May Queen Allendanl' 4' Swanie Roe, Orchesfra 2, 3, 4, Band 2, 3, 4, Vergilian 4, Pres, 4, N. F. L. 3, 4, Sludenf Council 4: Margarel Roelse, Home Room Pres. 3, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Braveiles 2, 3, 4, Oklahoma Honor Sociely 2, 3, 4, Sluclenl Coun- cil 3, 4: Joan Rogers, D. E. Club 4, Rogers Ross Rowley Sailors Schelilie Schroclc Sco'H Seal Sears Semrad Shannon Sheffield Shipley Shook Silver Siffer Smilh Sowle TOP ROW, lei? lo riohi: Ralph M. Rogers, Swimming Leiierman 4, Orchosfra 2, 3, Band 2, 3, Physics Club 4, Chemisiry Club 3: Carol Ross, Home Room Sec. 4, Treas. 3, Brave-Tres 3, 4, Library Club 2, Oklahoma Honor Sociely 3, 4: Jerry A. Rowley, Palelre Club 4: Tommy Sailors, Junior Play 3, -V" 4, N.F. L. 3, 4, Oklahoma Honor Sociely 3, Physics Club 4: Carolyn Scheflie, Braveiies 2, D, E. Club 4: Derel D. Schrock, Senior Play 4, Junior Play 3, N. F. L. 2, 3, 4, Senior Judge Yourh Traffic Courl 4, Thespian Play 2: Larry H. Scorr, Home Room Pres. 3, AH 4, Physics Club 4, Chemisiry Club 3, Sludenl Council 4: Donald D. Seal: Maxine Sears, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Bravelies 3, 4, Oklahoma Honor Socieiy 3, 4, Chemislry Club 4, Home Economics Club 3, SECOND ROW: Rosalie Semrad, D. E. Club 4: Claudia Shannon, Class Sec. 4, Treas. 2, Bravelres 2, 3, 4, Sec. 4, May Queen Arienolani 4, Okla- homa Honor Sociciy 2, 3, 4: Gary Sheffield, Poorball Leilerman 4: Rollin Elwood Shipley, Chemisiry Club 4: Bill Shook, Foolball Leriermari 4: John H. Silver, Home Room Vice-Pres. 2, -ll'l 4, Physics Club 4, Chemisiry Club 3: Bill Siiler, Swimming Leiler- man 3, 4, Co-Capfain 3, 4, Home Rcom Sec. Treas. 3, Al-I 4, Oklahoma Honor Socieiy 3, 4, Physics Club 4, Vice-Pres. 4: Joan Smifh, Home Room Sec. 3, Vice'Pres. 4, Bravelies 3, 4, Library Club 3, Oklahoma Honor Socieiy 4: Daniel D. Sowle, A4-I 4, Braves 4, La Junia 4, Hi-Y Club 4, Social Chairman, Recreaiion Chairman 4, Spurgin Sranlon Sfaplefon Slales S+raHon Sfroike Suifs Summers Tadloclr Ta f Taiclel Tale Teale Thorne Thrasher Timmis Tinder Ty ar Unruh Vanzandl Vickers Wallrer Wallrer Walker Walfers Wall Wa TOP ROW, lei? To riqhl: Barbara Spurgin, N. F. L. 4, Band 2, 3. 4, Bravelles 2, 3, 4: Wendell R. Sfanfon, D. E. Club 4, Machine Shop 2, Prinlino Club 3: Nancy Marie Slaplefon, Journalism Club 4, Palelfe Club 4, Bravelles 2, 3, 4, Grade School Reporler 4: Ellen Joan Sfafes, Home Room Pres. 4, Bravolles 2, D. E. Club 4: David Sfraffon, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Braves 4: Peggy Sfroilie, Chorus 2, Brayolles 2, 3, 4: Susan Suifs, Band 2, 3, 4, Bus. Manager 4, -V" 4, Olrlahoma Honor Sociely 2, 3, 4, Sludenl Council 4, Les Copians 4, Vice-Pres. 4: Teddy Leroy Summers, Home Room Sec. 4. Trees. 4: James Tadlock, Mixed Chorus 3, Chemisiry Club 3. Hi'Y Club 2, 3. SECOND ROW: Judy Taff, Horne Room Sec. Treas. 3, 4, Ouill Annual Slail 4, Quill Weelcly Slafi 4, May Queen Affendanl 4, N. F. L. 2, 3, 4, Sec. 4: Karen Taiclef, Senior Play 4, Biayelffrs 2, 3, 4, Leqionelles 2, 3. 4: Ronnie Take, Foofball Lel- lnrman 4, Home Room Pres. 2, Sec, 4, La Junla 3, Chemislry Club 3: Janice Teale, Home Room Vice-Pres, 2, 3, Band Maiore-He 2, 3, 4, Ouill Annual Sfah' 4, Aquaelles 3, 4: Eileen Sue Thorne, Oirjlw-slra 4. Quill Annual Slail 4, Journalism Club 4, Bravelles 4, Clwmislry Club 4: Gary Thrasher, Baseball Lellerman 4, Baslreiball Lelierman 4, -U4 4, Olrlahoma Honor Sociely 2, 3: Mary Ellen Timmis, Chorus 2, D. E. Club 3, 4, Reporler 3, Hisfoa rian 4, D. E. Queen 4: Donna Tinder, Senior Play 4, Brayefles 2, 3, 4, Library Club 4, G. R. A. 2, 4, Y-Teens 3, 4: Roberf Tyler, -ll"l 4, Olclahoma Honor Sociely 4, Physifs Club 4, Chemislry Club 3. THIRD ROW: Slanley R. Unruh, Home Room Vice-Pres. 4, Treas. 2, Orchosfra 2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 4, Pres. 4, Band 2, 3, 4, -Xl" 4, Chemislry Club 3: Joyce Aileen Vanzandr, Chorus 4, Bravelles 4: Louise lDeffenbaughl Viclrers, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4: Beverly Walker, Chorus 4, Journalism Club 4, Palelle Club 3, 4, Bravelles 2, 3, 4, Grade School Reporler 4: Johnny Walker, Class Sec. 2, 3, Sludenf Body Pres. 4, Band 2, 3, 4, Chaplain 4, N. F. L. 2, 3, 4, Thespians 2, 3, 4: Mariorie Walker, Home Room Sec. Treas. 4, Quill Weelrly Slahl 4, Aquaelles 4, Bravelles 2, 3, 4, La Junla 4: Sandra Lee Walfers, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Quill Annual Slali 4, Journal- ism Club 4, Palelle Club 4, Brave-'ries 2 3, 4: Gary Allan Wall, Home Room Pres. 4: Jaclr Wall, Foolball Lellerrnan 4, Al" 4, Physics Club 4. 19 Walfon Warren Warren Webb Wellrer Whillock Widney Williams Wilson Wofford Woods Wrighf Wrighf Worlh Yarborough Yoder Young Zimmerman TOP ROW, leil lo riqhl: Sandra Walfon, Chorus 2. 3, 4: Charles Warren: Richard Allen Warren, Baseball Lellerman 3, 4, Home Room Vice-Pres, 2, 3, Palelle Club 4, Pres. 4, Physics Club 3: Gale L. Webb, Senior Play 4, .Xl-l 4, Braves 4, Thespian Club 2, 3, 4. Thr-spian Play 3: James Wendell Wellrer, Orcheslra 3, 4, Bancl 2 3. 4, Asgfl Ol. Masler 3, 4, Physics Club 4, 4-H Club 2, 3, 4, Game Leader 2, Pres. 3, 4: Norma Jean Whifloclr, Home Room Tieas. 3, 4, Yeloens 3, Pres. 3: Gwendolyn Clydean Widney, Band 2, 3, 4, Slaqr: Band 3, 4, Sec. 3, 4: Judy Williams, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, Ouill Annual Slalf 4, Journalism Club 4, N. F. L. 2, 3, 4, Oklahoma Honor Sociely 2, 4: Mary Befh lTurnerl Wilson, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, D. E, Club 4. SECOND ROW: Edgar Burlon Wof- ford, Golf Lellerman 4, Senior Play 4, Junior Play 3. Hi-Y Club 3, 4, Pres. 3, Sec. 4: Karen Joyce Woods, Library Club 4, Olrla- homa Honor Socie-ly 4, La Junla 3: Jim D. Wrighl, Golf Lefler- man 2, 3, 4, Home Room Treas. 2: Merland Wrighl, Chorus 2, 3. 4, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4: Larry Wade Wur+h, Home Room Vice-- Pres. 2 Hi-Y Club 2, 3: Jean Yarborough, Debale Lellerrnan 3, 4, Band 2, 3, 4, Aquaelles 3, 4, Treas. 4, Band Oueen Affendant 4, N. F. L. 2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 4, Oklahoma Honor Sociefy 2, 3, 41 Alan Yoder, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, Chemisfry Club 3: Eldon Ray Young, Home Room Sec. 3, Treas. 3, Chorus 2, 3. 4, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4: Bob Zimmerman, Home Room Vice-Pres. 4, Band 2, 3, Prinlinq Club 4. X' JUNIOR OFFICERS JUNIOR SPONSORS Blaine Smifh, vice presidenlg Donna Reeser, secreraryg Charlene Williams, Sfanding: Mr. Webb, Mr. Brown, Mr. Myers. reporlerg Myrna Wilson, freasurerg Lyle Parlmer, president Sealed: Miss Milam, Miss Frornholz, Mrs. Manley, Miss Monfgomery, Mrs. THE JUNIOR CLASS JUNIORS GROUP I Top Row: Tom Brown, Barfh, Beach, Bruce, Bowen, Bodenhamer, Bonham, Second Row: Badgley, Allen, Burdiclx, Campbell, Burns, Brune, Breed, Ben- Born, Boedelrer, Bundy. edilfi. Third Row: Beggs, Blackburn, Balmer, Benell, Bunnell, Buschmeyer, Bobbilf, Boffom Row: Beckham, Bernsfein, Bloclrcolslxi, Barnes, Byfield, Callas, Bene- Carlberg, Barnes. fiel, Bugg. 23 'z M. 1 45', ,Q I 0 lg. :OJ -, Y 1' -his JUNIORS GROUP 2 Top Row: Cromwell, Dunbar, Close, Crowley, Denson, Cordell, Crifes, Davis. Second Row: J. Carfer, Rowland Carler, Cliff, Conner, Crosslin, Epperson, Third Row: Collins, Cooley, Coleman, Collier, Carnell, Crawford, Collurn. Cool, Ray Carfer. Dallon, Chapman, Creed. Boffom Row: Daniel, Claxlon, Craig, Cash, Cozarf, Collier, Colrer, Cheno- welh, Clay. Q K3 S JUNIORS GROUP 3 Top Row: Dorn, EllioH, Edwards, Frymire, Durham, Ferchau, Erwin, Feely, Second Row: Fisher, Dudley, Doney, England, Faulkner, Deffenbaugh, Fulmer, Friesen, Franklin. Third Row: Donnell, Fisher, Galusha, Davis, Dunn, Gammon, Dyer, Fell, Bo'Hom Row: Gaulf, Fluman, Galusha, Chrisman, Dupy, Fischer, Daniels, M. Dixon. Gilger, Easlon. k W lax l v '- K7 JUNIORS GROUP 4 Top Row: T. Hays, Geis, Gillham, Giles, Harrod, Hardqrave, Garrefl, Second Row: Finegan, Griesel, Haliom, Garber, Gregor, Goddard, Green Grove, Guliclr. Drislrell, Gasaway. Third Row: Jernigan, Holloway, Haflerman, Gray, Johndrow, Kelley, Boffom Row: Ellis, F. Hays, Howerlon, Hunf, Herren, Hiichcoclr, Gurwell Hamilfon, Kincannon, C. Dixon. Kelley, Harrison, Hari. 24 g -11 7, 21 4 E , 1 . ,. , Q JUNIORS GROUP 5 Top Row: Hoslrins, T. Hinshaw, Helberg, G-yden, D. Hamilfon, Hollis, Second Row: Hifchcoclr, Granfz, Galusha, Harfshorne, Greer, Holden, Holmes, Grill, Jansen. Hume, Johnson, Gage. Third Row: Maclrey, Marlin, Laviclry, Lang, Maddox, Mafhis, Krausse, Lese- Bofiom Row: McKnigh+, Luciinbill, Mahoney, S. Jones, Mariindale, Kliewer, berg, Lynch. Henry, McMurphy, Lamerfon. i Y r e 5 L JUNIORS GROUP 6 Top Row: McBride, Leighnor, Keffer, Klein, Long, McAninch, Maddox, Second Row: Joyce, Krey, Koflan, McKifriclr, Leicher, Harrison, Kuh, Lamberlz, W. Jones, Mariin. Landrifh, Mifchell, Jacobs. Third Row: McGowan, McWhirfer, Morgan, T. Mccormiclr, Maucln, S. Boffom Row: Laviclry, McNaughlon, Mercer, Oliver, Neill, Monlgomery, Mccormiclz, Moore, Newman, Moses. Morgan, Jenlrins. Si . . ri, JUNIORS GROUP 7 Top Row: Ladd, Keliehor, Morris, Mahan, Hawkins, Misner, Mason, Myers, Second Row: McGugin, Nobis, Langlriei. Morrow, Landriih. Third Row: Oversireef, Sparks, Scaling, J. Morris, Sfoner, Nelson, Paririck, BoHom Row: Peferman, B. Miller, Mifchell. Rainey. Jones, Norman, Mccaslley, Murray, Mena, Maning, Seidl, Riley, Rippy, Smiih, Sprowls, Phares, Pharis, 25 5 is JUNIORS GROUP 8 Top Row: Parferson, Poplin, Pearson, Price, Rana-y, Pash, Oufhier, Owens, Second Row: Miller, Poynor, Pace, Robinson, RiFlel, Polwori, Milburn, Parker, Porter. Pendlefon. Third Row: Kaye Schwedland, Proufy, Reeser, Spivey, Joanne Roberls, Pralz, Boffom Row: Thomas, Phillips, Reynolds, Sreed, Shook, Schoolcrafl, Roberls, Faye Schwodland, Sfowarf, Rilier. Roarlc, Rouse, Plunlre++. Top Row: Spohrer, J. Robinson, Johnson, Schroeder, Snelhen. Third Row: Slreclx, R. Woolwine, P. Smiih, L. Smifh, K. Thomas, N, Smith, Tunis, Schulfz, Teurman, ' i R ' as 4 L JUNIORS GROUP 9 Second Row: G. Smilh, Payne, Sharp, C. Smilh, B. Smilh, Suir, Schroeder, Rogers, Pelerman. Boffom Row: Ward, Wehling, Srephenson, Unruh, Temple, Turner, Richard- son, Tare, Taclrefl, Vogr. Schram, Trinlile, Spiclcelmier, Slephens, Soulhern, Shipley, -I iz? ' JUNIORS GROUP I0 Top Row: Waller, Woods, Williams, Wicherl, Will, Tompkins, Thomas, Second Row: Wafson, Taggarf, Webber, Weldon, Waflcins. S. Smifh Worlh, Werner. Thurman, Wirhers. Third Row: Worline, Winlrler, Vasquez, Wasemiller, Virden, Venable, Whi+- Bollom Row: Wever, Wilson, Wrighl, Van Duyn, Wallers, Williams, While lcw, Slover. 26 Wrighf, Van Dusen. fvYV- C? SOPHOMORES GROUP I Top Row: Boyer, Bedly, T. Balmer, Allen, Albrighf, Ball, Arndl, Blealcley, R. Second Row: J. Allen, Brcolrs, Bray, Asfahl, Born, G. Brewer, Bolenbaugh, Brewer, Baldwin. Brandenburg, Brill, Boelis, Third Row: Buchanan, Beclrner, Judi Bos+on, Boss, Briffon, Bevers, Bailey. BoHorn Row: Allen, Boese, B. Allen, Aflzinsori, Brurnmerl, Beclcmon, Beard, Bomar, Allen. Bowden, Aflrins. THE OPHO ORE CLASS SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS: Charles Gales, vice presidenfg Susan SOPHOMORE SPONSORS: Mr. Walor, Miss Adams, Mrs. Prarf, Mr. Smiflw, Scoff, secrelaryg Tommy Lansden, presidenfg Linda Young, freasurer' Miss Young, Mr. Michael. Sharon Snoddy, reporler. SOPHOMORES GROUP 2 Top Row: Chesfnul, Carfer, Cluamplin, D. Clwrislensen, Brogdon, Bull, Second Row: Hoslrins, Wilfslwire, Bush, Bulls, Moody, Weldon, Wiggins, Brisben, G. Campbell, R. Campbell, Cole, Wills. Roberi Coffey, Walfon, Buclcminsler. Third Row: Badison,Cl1odriclr,Bull:-r,Busl1ner,Colemar1,Colier,Coppage, Bo'r+om Row: Kenl, Coffey, Clevenger, Coffman, Clwrisman, Crawford, Caslwion, Ciardullo. Cribley, L. Clwrisfensen, Clarlr, Dudley. v-get If Q SOPHOMORES GROUP 3 Top Row: Eclrhardf, D. Davis, Gregory, Duncan, Cone, Daugherly, Crabbs, Second Row: Wiens, Deffenbaugh, Carroll, Yoder, D. Woolwine, Winchesfer, DUHY. Dalke. E- ECL. Davis, Dee, M. Duncan, Clarlr Wiens. Third Row: Evans, DeVaul+, Downey, Denfon, Enirilren, Farve, Cummings, Boffom Row: Linda Eclr, Day, Dailey, Nancy Deighlon, Carol Dilldine, D. Driever, Eugenia Ellis. Easferly, B. Easlerly, Judy Eihinglon, Edwards, Dyer. . Y, I - ...- 5 : lf 51 M. 3 it , A i EV? i " - A SOPHOMORES GROUP 4 Top Row: Ehardl, Geurlrinlc, L. Wills, Ellsworfh, Ferguson, B. Edwards, Fell, Second Row: Goley, Garren, Walson, Gales, Groom, Jerry Francis, Gillrer- Cunningham, Gerhard, Gaslrill. son, Eden, Tommy Evans, Freidline. Third Row: Goodnighf, Goode, Pal' Goode, Giles, Fisher, Gay, Frey, Gisl, Boflom Row: LaDonna Francis, Sharon Harmon Gill, Suzanne Green Henry. Haslrins, Grammonl, Founfain, Funlc, Carolyn Hayes, Heinrich. 1, H E ll SOPHOMORES GROUP 5 Top Row: Hancock, L. Webb, Ferchau, Haines, Turner, Holhen, Holi, Second Row: Henderson, Janzen, lnselman, Henzler, Carl Hiichcoclr, Jim Wheeler, Winfield, Bob Hill, Janlzen. Harmon, Hogan, Haney, Gunning, Ives. Third Row: Higgins, Hinshaw, Holcomb, Huslon, lven, Jaclrson, Kiefer, Boflom Row: Hoplrins, McFadden, Joyce Lewis, Huff, Johnson, King, S. Kindl, Key. Hill, Hoskins, Karen McCormick, C. King, Jewell Jones. 28 S ang A! ,- SOPHOMORES GROUP 6 Top Row: Mongold, Richard Kiely, Wrigh+, Warren, Kirkham, Wehling, Second Row: Kvasnicka, Kudlac, Jensen, Billy Kiely, Karpe, Jenkins, Kreplin, Jackson, Lansden, Jordan, Maness. Kelli, Ross Kiely, Krey. Third Row: Leslie, Luffman, Krausse, Mccubbins, Manuel, Jones, Loesch, Boifom Row: Lavicky, Lang, LaFon, McGugin, Lieurance, Lusk, Lamb, Luken- Millichamp, Koehn. baugh. l i L 2 if' if i f if i ii- ,i, 'r 5 , sv Z SOPHOMORES GROUP 7 Top Row: Munger, Morgaridge, MCG-ugin, Williams, McPherson, Mackenzie, Second Row: Large, Keen, Mangus, Marlin, Mccaleb, Johnclrow, Koflan, Laichaw, Loschkc, Leser, Lewis, Maness. Meek, Liison, Winiers, Meiz. Third Row: Hobbs, Mefcalf, Nivison, Morris, Joy Moxley, Manley, Messman, Boffom Row: Muir, Robinson, Nelson, Mansfield, Marrs, Whiifenberg, Myers, Schiller, Sfuerman, Robinson. Mason, Morris. . gi , A X, . , 5 , ., SOPHOMORES GROUP 8 Top Row: Parrish, Newell, Oakley, Maupin, Monfgomery, Pfaff, Nelson, Second Row: Phelps, Milchell, Melvin, Monigomery, McMahan, J, Paine, Roark, Miles, Mccollough, Madison. S. Mefscher, Oldham, J, Williams, Reusser. Third Row: Ray, O'Neill, Peck, Polwori, Posey, Richardson, Ridgway, Prickeii, Bofiom Row: Ream, N. Shannon, Seibel, Puckeii, Peierson, Pyle, Peckham, Parker. Paine, Schuhmacher, Pace. 'fri 6-fx was fr l x., I 5,3 SOPHOMORES GROUP 9 Top Row: Robinson, Ringer, Murray, Linn, Rearns, Priebe, Gary Noyes, Second Row: Parlcer, Suils, Roe, Rhodes, Richardson, Rylander, Selling, Umdcnslocln, Moxley. Tallanf, Robison, Purdue. Third Row: Pond, Rogers, Scoll, Polfer, Russell, Ruzelr, Selfenreich, Rill, Bollom Row: Schulfz, Ross, Sleddum, Sheffield, Simpson, N. Smilh, S. Scroggs, Robcrls. Roberfs, Shriver, M. Smifh. Y-J 97 I rf! SOPHOMORES GROUP IO Top Row: Snowdon, Miles, Sloner, Shields, Tresner, Clepper, W. Smilh. Second Row: Warren, Waggerrnan, Noah, Vlfalfors, D. Unruh, LeGrand, M. Third Row: Colley, Sylcora, Young, Slraf+on, Slovall, Traynor, Woodrinq. Unruh, Sloner. Bolfom Row: Wicker, Sfanley, Tipion, Wells, Wall, Whillow, Thompson, Tribble. C7 - is Y CJ T SOPHOMORES GROUP I I Top Row: Tinder, Toler, Shavey, Morgaridge, Washburn, Teachman, While. Second Row: Taylor, Schram, Vanderhooluen, Sfeffnisch, Tale, Tennison Third Row: Sowle, Willems, Sfouf, Ward, Wiggins, Thrasher, Talbolf, Sione- Kummell. hoclner. Bolfom Row: Siewarf, Sluarl, Ziclrefoose, Sias, Wilson, Thomas, Snodcly Willxins, While. 30 + i ffl. in K5 K 1 Q FP' I 4 J W1 l L Jody Dozicr and Exchange Edilor, Janie Emicln, Organizafions of Enid High School vary from: work on Hue Quill exchange. Upper Le'H: Vergilian Club. Upper Righi: Chess Club. Cenier Feafure: Quill edifors worlring on weekly paper. Lower Lefiz G. R. A. Lower Righ+: Physics Club. 1 om 1 Ano .H -vu hi, 3l 'Wo ., "9-and 1: BRAVETTES GROUP I Top Row: Buchanan, Boyer, Barnes, Brailhwaife lv. pres.l, Becliner, Beard Bugg. Third Row: Buschmeyer, Bobbiif, Boss, Briflon, Bailey, Bosfon, Brummefi Second Row: Bunnell, Balmer, Bushner, Bevers, Benell, Bosfon, Bomar. Bofiom Row: Bernsiein, BenediHi, Aflcins, Babb, Boese, Edna Brown, Bozarfh Bowden. gi. i ' ,hi Q kql 4 i W -.. ,,,, T ,y,5,,.-g. sgw ai 4' as 6 BRAVETTES GROUP 3 Top Row: Fields, Danahy, Cole, Collum, Carnell, Denfon, Bruce, Third Row: Cribley, Cummings, Denfon, Crawford, Carlberg, Franlce, Easierly. Second Row: Edwards, Ellis, Callas, Ewing, Enfrilren, Emricli, Easlon. Boffom Row: Francis, Founlain, Failing, Evans, Day, Grim, Ellis, i C57-ff' 557 T ' s de? BRAVETTES GROUP 2 Top Row: Daniels, Dailey, M. Dixon, Davis, Campbell, Cook, Donnell, Creed. Third Row: Collier, M. Collins, Colfer, D. Crawford, Dyer, Ciardullo, C. Dixon. Second Row: Clark, Clay, Claxfon, Dupy, Chrisfensen, Chenowefh, W. Collier. BoHom Row: Clevenger, Duerlcsen, Cashion, Blacliburn, Coffey, Barnes Benefiel, Q QE , we l13,l6149s '9'q, BRAVETTES GROUP 4 Top Row: Goode, Giles, Huslon, Gerson, Gammon, Golfry, Laviclly, Gungoll Third Row: Henry, Goodpasiure, Grimes, Gisf, J. Johnson, Greer, Gilger Second Row: Hill, Hobbs, G. Green, Goley, Gurwell, Hasliins, S. Green Gerfz. Boffom Row: Hoplrins, Heinrich, Koozer, Harfshorne, Lamb, Hug, Jenlrins EID CHEERLEADERS Lacy, Reeser, Williams, Brown, Dozier, Phillips, Francis 32 .ig I , . ., . 1 5 1 rr' W 4 WW . .if ,ill 4 i 6 A , G21 ? Q, Q i I 1 s X s ' Y T.. i N . 1 .- "'v :giga- 1 I A v . 1 . , , A Fw 3' ' is X -jg y , , jo 'it' M , fic., ., X 4 NC-,gg A , . , . :lf .. .,,.,,, V 'N igeieifaki M N-- f ...W 5 , ' ... i A rw f . A V W 1 s J ggi.. ' " y ,. . ff',, . y y y ,WI ,, Q4 "' i '45, To i A P' , . , Mamma Y. oz . .. ', I .i,. i is ii f des-.mil - l 9, A . L A .M A MM A 5 A qi Q qt G al 6 BRAVETTES GROUP 5 Top Row: Lynch, Lang, Lulilman, lven, Hamillon, Kincannon, Howard BRAVETTES GROUP 6 Top Row: Joan Smilh, Maddox, Pearce, Tinder, Joanne Roberls, Traynor, Hilchcoclc. Manuel, Talclol. Third Row: C, Harris, Lusln, Jernigan, Holley, La Pon, Lovell, Kochn, Hayes. Third Row: Shriver, Linlx, Knarr, McCord, Spivey, Richardson, Whillenberg, Second Row: Rainey, Harmon, Lulrenbaugh, K. Thompson, J. Jones lpres.l, Record. Kudlac, Ream. Second Row: Neill, Rippy, Roolse, Sias, Thrasher, Madison, Mercer, Nelson. Bolfom Row: N. Shannon, M. Johnson, Kelley, Hinshaw, Tiplon, Ross, Seibel, Bollom Row: Plunlrell, Ross, Pace, J. Williams, C. Mansfield, J, Mclnlurfl, Rouse 1 T ii P r ,E . . e , , I T ' ". 5 ,. s T ' ' ' ' "ii, if 46' 49 4 3 27 fi 2' Z: if .. l H: gi: -in rt xg, F 4 .K J: ' . 4 k if x y- X W K r . I ...yn . ,N L . .1 ,, ... .i :Va ' 'P u f i i P' , as - . ,,, h v A '-J" 'bf Q ,,, :- o T 6 'W 13 .Q M - J.. f ' Cf, , - - . 1' na 'air ."12liQ'q a 0"3 4'3U-:ao ' ffm.: AL., an.. m . . 4-n . X - BRAVETTES GROUP 7 Top Row: Sloner, Scroggs, Willems, B. Jones, D. Russell, S. McCormick, Muir, Thorne. Third Row: Morris, Scaling, Sowle, Marlin, Young, Polfer, Ruzelc, Winlrler. Second Row: Mason, Sfcwarf, Pyle, Shannon lsec.l, Miller, Morgan, Wells Murie. Bolfom Row: K. McCormick, Whillow, Schuhmacher, Snoddy, Simpson Melcalf, Vogl. BRA ETTE BRAVETTES GROUP 9 Top Row: Sears, Kehn, S. Wallers, Malhis. Krausse, Pfalz, Morris. Third Row: Whivloclr, J. Wallers, McDaniel, Slaplelon, McManomin, Mason, B. Wallccr, Slonehoclner. Second Row: McGugin, M. Wallier, Peclmham, Galhriqhf lsponsorl, Peler- son, N. Smilh, J. Nelson. Bolfom Row: K. Francis, Dozier, Reoser, Lacy, Williams, R. Brown, J. Phillips. BRAVETTES GROUP 8 Top Row: Sleddum, Shelilield, Posey, Wasemiller, Messman, Manley, Ziclre- loose, Taylor. Third Row: Schoolcrall, Sue Wrighf, Kaye Schwedland, Ridgway, Schiller, Belh Thomas, Joyce Robcrls, Karen Sluarl. Second Row: Taclcell, Mahoney, Mccormiclr, Temple, Kay Marlin, Myrna Wilson, Joan Roberls, McKnighf. Bollom Row: Paris, Emma Monlgomery, Wevcr, Overslreel, Phillips, McMurpl1y, Tall. -1 . Q ,fs Q, W gn QA- -ii' lg. - i fy 3: .1 Kg 15- i , Q , ' r E li i I A i l k 1 Q, If 53' f 0 5 i ' i ' 1 S .7 .J 3:12 PHYSICS CL B Top Row: Mes-se, Bish, Silfer lv-pres., O'NeiIl, Green, Easron, Munlrres. Second Row: Wallrer, Knaus, Hari La Fon, SCOH, Buffs, Tyler, Bofrom Row: Welker, Yarborougli Ludwig, Carnell, Aurell, C. Shannon Dennis. lligliliglitiiig tlic l'Insii-S Clulfs progrziiii for null otlici' sin-zilar-i's xliowing iiituiwst in suiuiiu' Iliu iuii' wcix' tliu '1ppi'oxiiii'1tuly twclity-lin' cn- lfluvcii l,llySICS stunlsnts also i-:uri-mil tliu Ru- trirs in tliu Pliillips Sciciirc lfziir. gionail Sciciicu lfziii' :it .'Xlx'zi. Scwn ol' tlir-sc cn- l'i'oAicrts ranging from solzii' powcrul rzulios trics plum-nl. making tliciii uligilwh- l-HI' tliu Stairs :xml wiml tunncls to yxplzinaitions ol' rzuliosomlc Sciciicc lfziir. .loam Kllkllilk'NY2lNIllCQl'Zll1kl winm-r vqiiipriiuiit took vzirical amounts ol tllilc. in rin- Scnioi' lligli Dixision. placing supcrioi' in l'iii'st ol' tlic c'lulw'Q imictiiigs W'lw Qivcn lu' Xli' llioloov. Holi 'livlci' Zlllkl licrnic Nlaiyui' plgiyr-rl Siiiilli :showing sliilu lilms ol' proviucts ziml giving supcrioi' in Pliysiczil Sriciicu. .luck XYzill :xml xlnr lwzicligroiiml ollxniriur luis lim Uslwoim in ii Nllpurioi' in group uxliilwil in Htliui' im-stings prcsciitcnl two i'cpi1-sciitzitivcs Pliysiczil Sciciicc. Nlikr- l.:iu-in aiml Hairy lfaiston from Cliciiowctli aiml Circcii NllISlL' Co. who nlis- plaiccnl L-xr-L-Ili-:ir in llliysicail Sciciiuz zissuililvlul om' ol tliuir or TOD Row: Baldwin, Mile, Evans, Pierce Sailors, Mcrsclwer, Smilh lsponsorl. Sz-cond Row: Gaulcy lpres.l, Kiefer Wall, Milcholl, Osborne, Duggan Schroclx, Deighron. Bcrlom Row: Linderer, Braillwwaile Colo, Ddllre, Muir, Denfon, Suils, Anfon. 34 'fm mf , Amber - f Top Row- Metsclwer, Sampson, Meese, Bodes, Thrasher, Green, Munltres, Webb, Britton. Third Row: Duggan, Pierce, Evans, Pyle, Sailors, Hinson, Hart, Acton. 'i Second Row: Pride, Osborne, Wall, Huttman, Roe lpres.l, Baldwin, Deiglvton, Harsh. Bottom Row: M, Cole, Shannon fsec.l, Ludwig, Davis, Aurell, Hayes, Braitlwwaite, Matlaclr Itreas.l, Yarbovough. lllc Dt-ltzt ililltfil Club was ai mzitlicmzltics clulw with its mt-mlwrslmip consisting of ull tllc stu- tlt-nts cnmllctl in tlic scnior inzltlicliialtics mutsc, U'lgtlI1UlHCfI'Y :mtl wlitl gcmltctry. ililtc Ul'g2lI1lf1l- tion mot mics cvci'y two wccks during class pcrimls. llic zictivitius consistt-tl ul' spcccllus pci'- tziining to niutllcmzitius givcn czicli mt-cting by tlittcrcnt im-lnlwcrs. ililit- :tim ut' tlic clulw was to gin- its niunilwcrs Jw"-7 DELTA THETA CLUB ll lwmzulci' vluw ol' fllL' scicnct- ol' mzitltcmzlticsz its llistury llllll cxtcnt: its imlispcnszllwility in thu scicntilic worltl ol' tmlzlv. cspucizillx' in such liultls ul t-mit-umr as L'I1gll1L'CI'll'lQ. 2lStl'0l1Ull1y, zircln- tccturc. :tml thc many tcclmicul pmlicssitms. Utl1ccl's wcrc ult-cu-tl L'llI'lY IH tlL'l'UlTL'l' lm' tllc first Sclllcsfcl' whiltx thc sccuml scnicstcr oHiL'ui's wcru L-lt-t-tt-tl in lfulwllzlry. Nliss l'ilurcl llL'lL'Ill2l was thc sptmst ll' Top Row: Dallre, Keeling lv.-pres.l, Carey lpres.l, O'NeiII, Lalcey, Gibson. Sitter, Third Row: Dennis, Gauley, Karns, Kliewer, Scott, Butts, Lacey. Second Row: Knaus, Mayer, Tyler, Sowlc, Coleman Marlcr, J. Brown ltreas.l, Ladd. Bottom Row: Suits, Muir, Unruh, Gol- try fsec.l, Rinehart, Helema lspon- sorl. f if 1: eh. rw We 1 ii Top Row: Keffer, Thomas, Bowarl, Long, Beach, Frymire, Hollis, Samp- son, Woods, Werner, Jones. Third Row: Brune, Parker, Garber, Faulkner, Mi+chell, C. Smilh, Murray, Kinkade, Cool llreas.l, Kuh, Gasa- way. Second Row: Wrigh? lsec.l, Van Duyn, Newman, Pafrick, Prouly, Carnell, Smilh, Malhis, Collier, Williams lrep.l, Collins, Lavicky. Bolfom Row: Friesen, Norman, Mena, Poynor, Crosslin, Lelcher, R. Carfer, Fisher, J. Carler. 5 D CHENII TRY CL B 'l'ht- Cl1t'iiiistl'y' Cluh, rmiipuscal ul' ciglity-lim' Cluh uctiviticr- stzirtt-tl with ai guitlt-tl trip im-iiilu-1's, wats 1111 urggziiiiyzitimi hzimlctl tugctlicr tlimugli l'initl's Wllftl' purilicaitifm plzmt. ln tht- Iim' tht- lilll'l'llk'l'1lI1L'C ol' tht- suit-rico ul' Clicmistry scwml nl' the uxtrzl-curriculzlr niuntings l'ruI'us- in lfnitl lligh. sur ll. licnnctli lit-iris. hcaul ul' Phillips l'nix'ci'- lfairly this sclioul xx-air Nlzirvin hlyt-rs, Clicm- sity Scicmm- lDCP2ll'UllL'llf, spulic on tht- "XYurltl istry lcaicliui' :intl spfmsm' ol' tht- Clicinistry Cluh, nl' tht- Atmhu zilitci' whicli hu L'Hl1tlLlCfCkl tht- lu- uillcil il iiicutilig ul' his L'llL'lI1lSfl'l' stutlcnts lim' turc scicntists cm :1 tour through tht- scicmm- tht' purpose nil' orginifaitiim ol' tht- 11757 group. huihling ol' thc l'11ivui'sity, giving p11i'tit'ulz1r um- ilihc cluh t-It-t-it-tl llill Cin.-uri, prcsitlcnt: blimhn phzisis tu thu flu-i1iistl'y' lzlh. Ciiwiiiixwll, vim'-pi't-simlclitz Cl12ll'lL'l1L' Xkilliums. lrilllll trip was Insult' in .Xpril wlisn the mum- sufi'ct11i'x: aiml Stun' Cool, tix-zistilx-i'. ht-rs visitt-tl tht- Lihzmiplin Rt-lim-ry. Top Row: Erwin, B. Smifh, Hooley, Denson, Raney, McAninch, Crowley, Tadlock, Hamillon, Close, Lakey. Third Row: Hilchcock, Wifhers, Thur- man, Webber, Cromwell lv.-pres.l, Bonham, B, Green lpres.l, Wool- wine, Schroeder, Shipley, Myers lsponsorl. Second Row: Kollan, Gage, Schrock, Conner, Pallerson, Bundy, Hume, Campbell, McGugin, R. Carler. Bolfom Row: Seidl, Kudlac, Over- sfreel, Marfindale, Thorne, Sears, Howard, E. Brown, Tale, Collier, Bernsfein. 36 Nil nz , as Top Row: Kiefer, Kefter, Brogdon Haines, Ferchau, Rowley, Pellow. Second Row: Crawford, Bales lspon sorl, Wasemiller, Entrilren, McCor miclr, Cook, Boston, Driever. Bottom Row: Lang, Linlr, Taylor, Howard, Grimes, Lamb, Koehn. - K PALETTE CL B Yliliu lylllblfk' Club consistctl ol' tilty-om' mum- son who sliowt-tl color slitlt-s ol' Rocky Alllllllfillli bt-rs ol tllu .Xrt clalsscs lW2lllklL'Ll togctlici' for tht' arenas wlricli slit' lizul pztintctl. Altur thu mcctingg, purpost- ol fostering liurtllci' intcrcst in art. l.o- i'i.t'i't'sl1n1cnts xwlx- wt-1'x't-tl. call artists wsu' gucst SpC2lliL'I'S ut thu lllL'L'flHgS :X Nlztrch lllL'L'fll1Q ol' tlic Pztlcttc Club lit-ztrtl giving tlt-nioiistrzltions ol' painting. sculpturc, l'rol'cssor,lol1i1 Rzmtlolph ol Phillips l'i1ix't-rsity C0lIIlIlL'l'K'lill nrt. illlll lA2ISlIlUI1 tlcsign. who prcscntctl 21 lccturc on thc nrt ol' llllllilllg' l'ntlcr tlic guitlzincc ol Nliss Kzltllcrinc lizllus mosaics zmtl tlcmonstrzitctl ll fL'L'lll1ltIllL' ol' paint- tlit' club llcltl its ltl'SflI1L'L'flHQiI1 lit-ct-inlwt-1-att thc ing with tlittcrunt typcs ol' gluc. liomt- ol ,loam ltoston. 'lillkf lIlL'L'flHQ consistctl ol ililic club took tltuir zmnuztl lit-ltl trip to 'liulszfs ll lwultct suppcr lollowutl by Zlll 1IliI'Cl'-illl1!1Cl' book l'l1ilbrook AlLlSL'UlH to closu tllc f'k'1ll'. ililmc trip i't'x'it-xx' by Mrs. Cicorgu llowzirtl XYilson. was linzmcctl lrom tht- prot't'utls nmtlt- lroin con- ilillt' sccontl im-t-tiiig l-L'2lflll'L'li Nlrs. Ruth Ram- ct-ssions :it fllk' lootlmll gziinus. uv T7 Top Row: Deighton, Phillips, B. Atkin- son, Conrad Marler lv.-pres.l, War- ren lprcs.l, Crabtree, Gerson. Third Row: Ewing, Walters, McCoy Kutz, S. Miller, Fields, Faullrner Robbins, Martin. Second Row: J. Paris, Koozer, Knarr Emriclm, Stapleton, M. Walker, Dalke Bottom Row: Failing, R. Brown, Gun goll, B. Wallcer, Duerlrsen, Kudlac Harris. 37 1 x i THE PIA CLUB Top Row: Hinson, Gauley, Frymire Brisben, Hamilfon, Engle, Harmon Langlxiel. Third Row: Krausse, Ludwig, Balmer Denlon, Carnell, Enirilmen, Cole Campbell. Second Row: Carfer, Brooks, Asfahl Friesen, Linderer, Freidline, Gales. Boflom Row: Cribley, Grammonf Giles, Cashion, Buchanan, King Harmon. ,X gct-acquaiiitcil party at Kay Nlason's ln an iinprussivc. lorinal cum-iiioiiy, sixty nun' startcil tlic ililicspian '56-'57 year. Cliuck Pagc incinlwcrs wcrc initiatcil on March ll, making was inrroiluccil as prcsiilcnt: Kai' Mason, vice- the total muinlwrsliip ons liunilrcil anal twcnty- prcsiilcnt: Suu Nlatlacli, SL'Cl'L't2lI'y, anal Bill lim: ,Xt thi- initiation it was strcsscal tliat rhi- iirccn, tri-asurcr. Claudia Shannon was clerk, purposu ol' 'liliuspians was to proniotc thu ail- wliilu Holi liisli anal lk-rcl Sclirock scrxul as vanccincnt ol' alrainatic arts in thi- scL'oiulai'y' scnior reprusuntativcs anil Kay Cru-gil, junior schools. A reception anal ilanu' was In-lil alitcr i'i-pix-suiitzitixr. filsnila liraitliwaitc was social thu curcniony in thc school call-tcria lor tlic nun' cliairnian anal XValt liowart, rcportcr. A stanil- incinlicrs anil tlicir parents. ing ovation was givcn Nlrs. lk-lyry l'oinclcxtcr, For tlic lirst tinic in lf. ll. S. 'lilly-spian's liis- wlio lias sciwul as 'lilicspian sponsor lor liw tory a Tlicspian rccital was giwn. Un Marcli liiglily sLicu'sslALll ycars. 25, tlircc onc-act plays wcrc piwsciitcili "lfn- Top Row: Collier, Cool, Webb, Semp- son, Mackenzie, l.aFon, Chrislensen Emriclz. Third Row: Callas, Knarr, Gollry Hume, Ewing, Miellre, Lacy, Goley Second Row: Failing, Tall, Jones Lynch, Moxley, Barnes, Gurwell Benefiel, Bernslein. Boffom Row: Plunlxell, McKnighf, Tiplon, McCoolr, Braifhwaife, Teur fndn, Clark, Shannon. 38 Top Row: Pyle, Webber, Roe, Pash, Webb, Siria, Harrison. Third Row: Walker, Woodring, Mor- ris, Wasemiller, Mccubbins, Manley McManemin. Second Row: Ridgway, Reeser, Peter- son, Peckham, Stewart. Boffom Row: Wilson, VVhiHenberg Scahnq, M. Walker, D. Miller, Kud- 15. ' 5 . go 4 . , .. 2 if JF' , v .Q s : Vs, lac. if chamtt-tl Night," tht- l':iiit:isy wliicli was taikcn tu Thu sixth :lctivu yczir lll"lillCSI3l1lI1S was clusutl st:1tt' zilitci' quaililiying ut tht' NlH'fllNYL'SfL'l'll Stats with thc hzinqiict giwn for sunior ,lilIL'SPi1ll1S hy 'l't':it'liui's Cnllt-gf Rcgimmnl 'li4llIl'I12lll1L'I1f. Carol junior mt-mht-rs, Ar this lmiiqiict uwairtls wt-i'u lizilicr :mtl 'liim Nlcfimk wcrc giwn hcst ziutrcss giwn to :ill scniur lumur Vlil1CSl5l2lIlS L'1lI'lllI1Q owl' :mil zittm' :urairtls :lt this fUllI'I11lIl1CI1f. limty points :mtl sp:-ci:1l 2lXYlll'LlS to tht' "lust" "'l'lii'cc im :1 l3t'm'li," :1 coim-tly, which was 'l'hcspi:m hwy :mil girl. 'lihc ilihuspinins guru rzitctl t'XL't'llt'I1t :lt tht- U C. l.. ,liUllI'l11lll1L'I1l' wus llXY2ll'klS tu tht- hcst aictrcss :mtl zictm' in Cllfll play. :ilsn givcn zilimg with "'l'l1c Spt-cial Ciucstf' ai 'lil1cpi'cmgi'z1ii1cuiisistctloli instullzition ul tht' in-xx' kll'1lIi12l. uflit'ci's for nt-xt f'L'1lI', liullcmwtl hy ll musical :mil lht- climax ul' tht- 'iillx'SPlill1 icuii' was tht' ll tluncc st-It-ttiim :mtl "li.ll.S. '57 l,l2lyS in 'lilicspiain play, 'XX Alun Czillt-tl l'ctt'r," gin-ii Rcvicwf' April l'7. Top Row: Prarz, Poller, Marshall, Bish, Bowarf, Sailors, Krausse, Scott Third Row: Williams, Slover, Pride, C. Shannon, Poindexler lsponsorl, Green, S. Wright, Murie. Second Row: Wilson, McWhirfer, Mat- laclt lsec.l, Mason lv.-pres.l, Tale, Wiltshire, Neill. Bottom Row: Pond, Creed, Page lpres.l, Schrock, Brown, K. Francis. 39 pf t S W' iffafs if 51-1... Top Row: L. Pfdll, Carnell, B. Hill Brisben, Raney, Tresner, Chrisfensen Gammon. Third Row: Woodring, Collier, Wase miller, Sylcora, Rulelr, Ridgway McCubbins, Cool. Second Row: Kraussc, Friesen, Gram mom, Harrison, Reeser, P. Wells Cashion, Wilson, Giles. Bollom Row: Thomas, Bernstein, Bene liel, Barnes, M. Wilson, Neill, Mc ATIO AL FORE' IC LEAG E ililit- li.lI,S. Lilllllllfl' ul X.l'i.l.. Clzlilllutl tlit' liiglir N.l7.l,. iiiutiilwms tluzllilit-tl lim' tlit' stills' tlistiiictitni ul' lit-ing tlit' Illlllllltl' tlirtm- N.lf.l.. mntcst atttt-ntling tht- Stutlt-nt Cui1gi't'sst's. Ciliaiptti' in tlit' linitctl Status. Stilitilaliwliips twin' given lu tlit' Naitiwnztl l"m'- N.l".l,.. ll sclnilaistit' lIUl1lll'lll'f' spucfli 0l'l,L21I1l- cnsit' l.t'z1ggut' tn rlit- scniui' stutlcnt wliu t':ti't1ul lillltlll miiiptnstitl ul stutlcnts t-m-nllt-tl in spccclt. tlmt' most st-rx'it't' points lllI'llllglIHLll tlit' ycair. intltitlt-tl in its x'zil'it'tl z1t'tix'itit's lT2ll'llL'll52lflUI1 in ililit- sixty lllCllllM'l'S. spuiisiriwtl ln Xlrs. lynn XlllilHllN spt't't'li llllII'lllllIlk'lllN llll'HllQlItlllI tlit' stzltc. Voigt, lmvt' lwcn unc til' rlit' lvaitling X.lf.I..l'li.1p- .intl tlivn lllt' Nutt' Spcccll LiUlllk'Sl in tlit' spring. tt-rs in tltt' Xllflllll since l'12'?. Top Row: Waller, Sailors, Hamillon, Pash, Marshall, Bish, Kunlrel, Roe, Smith. Third Row: McMancmin, Linclerer, Caflor, Schroclt, Green, Knaus, Humrg Campbell, McCook, Brailh- wailo, Svconcl Row: Mallaclt, Roe, Mason, Voigt lsponsorl, Miellte, De-nlon lpr0s.l, Krausse, Ludwig, Creed, VVilliams. Bolfom Row: Tall, Lynch, C. Shannon, Moxloy, Lacy, Mui-io, Yarborough Callas, Miller, Riley. 40 11 l 37 1 x I 9 419 Top Row: Crosslin, Green, Knaus, Waller, Pash, Hardgrave, Roe, Harrison, Third Row: McManemin, Campbell, Pralz, Carnell, Mcculobins, Miellre, Lacy. Second Row: Callas lv.-pres,l, Mc- Cooli, Linde-rer, Braifhwaife, Voigt lsponsorl, Carler, Ludwig lsec.l, Maflaclz. Bollom Row: Thomas, Lawrence, Yarborough lpres.l, Lynch, Den- lon' Roe, Miller, Spurgin. UNIOR TOW MEETI G 'lihc ,lunior 'liown Nlccting group hail a husy anal nliscuss topics ol currcnt local, statc, anal na- ycai' with its main oh-icctivc to particlpatc in a tional mtcrcst pcrlornung a puhlic scrvicc whilc nt-t-kly ranlio program spousorcil altcruatcly' hy tlcvcloping thc skills ol tliscussion. ilihc cluh's KCRL' aml KKQXXHX. Small groups from thc mcmhcrsliip was matlc up ol' lofty' intcrcstcil stu- 4lI'Q1ll1l!1lflUH uict with othci' schools to clchatc ilcnts ol' social scicncc :mal spccch. 'liwculy'-lix'c lucmhcrs ol' thc lichatc class mct Nortliwcstcrn Statc ilicachcrs Collcgc, .-Xlva, Iircqucutly togcthcr lilll' thc purposc ol' partici- lllillllltllllil City Lluivcrsity, anal N1ll'lllL'ilSlL'l'I1 pitting in aczulcmic, Viutlicial, aml lcgislativc tlc- Sfl1lL'iliC21L'llL'I'S Collcgc at iliahlcquah. ilihc lic- hatc. ilihc llc-hatc Cluh hail no iucctiug othcr hatc Cluh playctl host at thc annual N,l".l.. than thc usual class pcriocl, hut took livc trips to Cougrcss hclal at lfuitl lligh School. various llchatc luccts hclcl at llhillips L'nix'crsity'. -7 l ,x T rv-- s I Top Row: Kunlcel, Bish, Tresner Knause lpres.l, Green lsec.l. Third Row: Voigt lsponsorl, J. Wallr er, Harrison, R. Carfer, McCubbins Second Row: Callas, Ludwig, Carnell McManemin, Lynch. Boflom Row: Neill, Yarborough Prah, Roe, Thomas. 4l ,M sp. ,L 1 X.. -l rw STUDE T COUNCIL Top Row: McGugin, Keeling, Bowarl lrep.l, Keahey, Carey, Mile, War- ren, Harrison. Second Row: Yarborouqh, Mason lv.- pres.l, Wallcer lpres.l, Denfon l+reas.l, Parker, Smith, Poynor. Boffom Row: Benefiel, Roelse, Gol+ry, Milliclwamp, Cushion, Suifs, Mans- field, Jenlrins. :Xu cntlmusizlstic Stutlcnt Council wus tht- nrigi- Upcn llousu, stutlcnt clcctions, Sutliu llziwkins nntm' ul' st-x'ci'41l pmjccts put into ctlcct this ycalr. Wvcck. acting as lmsts for tht- Slizuviiuc lflxulmngt- lxllltlllg lllL'SL' wt-rc l'initl's lirst lluim-cmning, 11 Asscmlvly, :mtl pix-scnting am 2lSSL'IIllNly prugrztni. stunlunt lJil'cctm'y-l lumllwok, ll C2lliL'fL'l'lll Nlcnu Ruprcscntzltivus Lltl'Cl1LllllQ thc Stutlcnt Coun- llullutin, Counscling Cmmnittt-cs on stutlcnt lic- cil C0l1liL'I'L'I1L'L' alt l'1wtun wcru lluvitl xxv2lI'I'L'H, ll2lX'l4ll', Zlllkl ai Y1llCHfll1C party lm' tht- tcuclicrs. Sum lit-nclicl, lg1ll'lMll'll licrnstcin, :intl vlulnlny Utlit-1' zittivitius liumllt-nl lwy tht- mum-il xxx-im' Vl'ullaci'. Prcsinlc Top Row: Lewis, Crowley, Hill, Blealr ley, L. Scolf. Third Row: McCook, Hume, Boss. Brown, lnselrnan. Second Row: Brainard, Johnson, Col lier Moore lsponsorl, Tlwraslwer, Marlin, Snoddy. Bollom Row: Harmon, Linlr, Mallaclr, Braifhwaife, Holley, Bernstein, Eas lon. C7 tv: ' in gn .P A Top Row: Timmis lhist.l, Schette, Stanton, Overstreet fpres.l, Hays lparl.l, Collum, Webb. Third Row: Murie lrep.l, Rogers. Ehardt, McCoy isponsorl, God- dard, Mcl.emore, Richardson, Breed. Second Row: Gerten, Phillips, Rein- hardt, Kohn, Johnson iv.-pres.l, Chapman ltreas.l, Dalke lsec.l. Bottom Row: Harris, Hunter, Lang, Semrad, Wilson, Van Dusen, Vogt. DI TRIB TIVE ED CATIO L B "To work nc gn." was thc thclnc sung ol' thc liUI'Ill1ll zlctivitics. Thc lHli0I'II12ll pzlrtics wcrc thc llli Cluh stuclcnts. lic-sitlcs working, nnxny ac- llnllnwccn picnic axntl hay rack ritlc. tivilics highlightctl thc schmml ycur. .Xjninthz1n- Mary lfllcn iliinnnis, scnior, was crmvnctl quct for c1nploycl'sul thc Ulf :intl IND stuclcnts: quccn ut thc unnuzil Clirisrinals party. 'lihc cluh ll SYQIIL' cnnvcntinn nt Stillwurc-r, Uklulnnnzlz zlncl hcltl monthly inc-c-rings with il vnricty nl gucst ll llllfltllhllt'1lllX'L'llIllll1 an illililllltlllll Litx nci DIVER IFIED OCC PATIO CL B 'lihc 19.11.-D.li. clalsscs haul clinrgc ul' thc con- 'lima uthcr cvcnts which niurlictl thc llf 3. ccssinns lim' thc lirsr two hmnc lintmtlmll gznncs. fL'1lI' wcrc thc picnic :intl ll1lI11l5llI'QL'l' liry In-ltl :lt Must ul thc prnlits wcnt lim' thc 13.0.-lD.li. lfin- AlL'1lLl0NYl1lliC l':1rk, :intl thc ClH'lSflll2lS party hcltl phnycr-l'iinphn'cc linnquct which was hcltl :lt thc- just hcliurc thc- Cliristinzxs Yllfllfltlll tn cnllcct gifts Yoniiglwluutl llntcl un Nrwcinhcr 15. l Sli. lim' thc- ncctly. Top Row: Madison lv.-presl, Porter, Witt, Gillham, Lacey, Overtelt. Third Row: Cline, Pratz, Mahan, Lis- ter, Dilldine, Born, Palmer. Second Row: Owen, Sharp, Jewell, Kennedy fsponsorl, Walter, Huston lsgt.-at armsl, Lewis. Bottom Row: Massey fsec.-treas,l, Brummett, Gundlach, Johndrow frep.l, Venable, Grim. 43 44 vu X LE COPIANS LB llu' IWLll'lNlSk' ul l.us Qup1z111s was tu p1'u11111tv 111I1'1'wI 111 1111- l'1'u11rl1-spcz1l4111g pwplv. IllL'Il' LHlIIlII'l z1111l ll1c11' c'11lt111'v. .XII SIllllL'l1fS c111'ollul Ill NL'k'Hl1Ll 11111' l'l'L'I1k'l1 11'u1'u Illk'llll1L'I'S. XIVVIIIIQN xxx-11' l1ul1l f111cc x'Yk'l'f' two xwcka :mal VERGILIA CL B 'l'l1v Yu1'g1l1a111Q'l11lu'f11111111xulul-l1w111c111lw1's, Il1u r11t11'u tl111'1l XL'IlI' l,a1I111 class. 111cI cu'1'x utl1c1' 111-uk 1l11'f111gl11111l lllk' Xk'lll'. l111'l11nl1'1l 111 tlww lu- 11 111-klx 11111-t111gs XXCIX' 2ll'Ilk'lL'NllI1tl 5k1151111-51-1111-11 lu ilu- 1111-111lw1's IM'I'I1llI1Il11l' to R111111111 lllc lllltl lllllk'N. lluu 1l11l1 l11'l1l Illfll' a1111111z1l l1:111:111ut ll1 flu' Top Row: Gollry lpres.l, Gundlaclw Mailwis, Fromlwolz lsponsor Krausse Suifs lv.-pres.l, Fell lsec Bcllom Row: Aclon lfreas. Seldl D Hilchcoclx, Scaling, Collins Wrughf Cool. kllIIllIQ rln-M' 11111t111gx 1l1llv1'u11I 111u111l111x 1.11111 4 , tl1c Pl'UQI"llTlS 11'l11cl1 KkllllNl5lk'Kl nl xpwn'l1w 111111 ws, 111111 L'XlIIlHlIN. .Xt Il1c L-1111111 Ilu Xk'i1l'.l l Ikllkll flulw lN1INIlIk'f wus lmlnl 11'l11cl1 Il1klLIlln'll 1 l 11111l1 Illfllll. Crystal Hz1ll1'1111111 nl' lllk' 511L111gl1lwml llfml ll15,gl1l1Ql1tl11Q tllu c1'u11111g flu 1LlXlllL'L'kl stlulc I 11'u1'c c11tc1't11111u1l lu II1111' lN'l'NllllAll slums 111111l1 up nl' I k'l1lSSL'S. cmling 111z11111v1 11111115 l111111 mln lIINI 11111l NLU7l1kl 11.11 l.:1I111 llu l1.11111111-r11"1xtl1cnl11111x11I tlu XL ll N 11t1x1t1w 111 1 t111lx Rlbllllll thc rlulw' . AA nah' B. Smlllw, Frcmlvolz lsponsorl, nlnlf-. Ron, Craig. 1 - !1 ,111 K9 Sig , H I iq.. ' L4 .K ..., Top Row: Helberg, Hinshaw, Ladd Keahey, Hamilron lrep.l, Lamberh, Werner, Sowle, Campbell, Monlgom- ery lsponsorl. Third Row: M. Walker, Schoolcrafl Bruce, Sias, Collier lv.-pres.l, Nel son, Blaclzburn, Baller, Benell. Second Row: Miller, Slephenson Parlzer, Newman, Moxley, McCord Vasquez, Marlin, Gilger. Bollom Row: Ellis, McKnighf, Clay Finegan lsec.l, Gurwell l+reas.l Fisher, Mercer, Bugg lpres.l, Easfon l.ut's gn tu :1 11111't1'Y 'lilwsc 1-X . W, - -. 23,.?1 sei is ,,.,- A f iff '2 1 1 f 'pi , 1. me Le 5. . . 11 'rf , zf S 1 if T Sv .- ay ai E Q .Vg 'Q 'Q +521- ei Q. ' 'T 111 .y, 5,4 K5 ,. a C-lease 1 K 3 . :1 , , 11'm1l'nls sccn1c1l tu ln- nn the lips nl all 5p.1n1sl1 stunlunts this f'L"ll' Cict-tugctllcrs wcrc sry-IL-Ll ill-YCI' rlmsc given south ol' thc l50l'klk'l'. llig-I1ligl1ri11grI11' l,a1 ulllllfll 2lL'IlX'l tics xwm- il lllllilfil L'l11'isrn1:1s party znul il Nlcxi- ll1c l.1l11'111'1' Club. co11s1st111 g ul' flllfff'-fll l'L'L' n1u111l1urs, XYUl'lik'll nl1l1'1'c11tl1 1ln1'1nQtl1u pzlst xx ll 3-1 on IlllIllL'I'UllS wzlvs Im' 1111111'u1'111g tllc lll1I'21!'X :1 ILS Sk'I'Ylk'L'S. .Xlung with thc l1llSll1L'SS 11'l1icl1 wus uziulllc . . 4 . ful 4 1.1ul1 Xxulmsmlay llllllllg llllllllllllllll, tln l1l11 IIN nsslstanmts L'll.IUL'L'kl sk-x'c1':1l lTl1l'fIL'S such '1s tlu Q 'C' if ' 1 Cllll al ers :lf thu Q sin-11k Milind 111:15 l L A JUNTA CL B inncr. Uthci' I'cz1tL11'cs ll1L'llILlL'kl gucst sp the Illtlllflllf' club num- 513. ' z tln,,s Llml 11111 ul ' 3 - : 511111 'roup was tu llllilllll stunlknts ul I ing u11l11t1'1cs 11ml pcoplc. CllL' '2 LIBR RY CL B lNrliLln glXLllll1fl1L llll lllkl tln 'arty alt 11'l11cl1 c:1cl1 n1un1l1c1' L'HI1II'llHLIlLLl 1 X-fi " i ' iz 1 "L'l1l my Im' thu 5z1l1'a1t11n1 .-Xr1111'. lfnill lligll l1:11l thu alisti11L'ti1111 ul' lwing lll'Sf llllkl only high sclnnml in Ukl:1I111111z1 to ll1INL 1 llnuk LNlllll'Qll1Q Nlllflllllf. so Maddox. O'NeiII, 'Whillow. Top Row: Sfur.-rman Mccubblns lven Dutzfy, Woods, Lafchaw Beavers Third Row: Lynch pres E Brown Bobbirl, Lynch lsponsor N Coffey Carnell, Sylrora, Barnes Second Row: Tipion Johnson Henry Ridgway, Porfer, F Schwedland Winlxler, Pyle, Evans Bolfom Row: Spuigln Chelf sec Robinson, Kelley, J Jones v pres 'M f C7 E T RE TEACHER lliu l'uturu luzirliws ul i'XlI1k'I'lL'1l Llulw, spun- wrctl lip Nlr. Ray T'1ll'I'2ll1T,lIlL'l'fllk'lll'Sf1lI1llfllll'kl TllUl'Sll1lTS ol L'llClI llltlllfll. l lit' Ul'Q2llll!2lflUll, Umslstllig ul twenty-two iiiciiilwix, pz1i't1c1pz1tt-tl in lllllllf' zictivltlcs, mcluml- mg '1 visit tu tlit- l'nial 9t'1tc Sclimml 'mtl tht- l'l1il 1 . , . 4 t 4 ' FUTURE NURSES l'uIM'. plcxlwl 'l'Iit-st' girls rfct-in-tl lirst lizlml uxpci'iciu'w lip' tlit- sprmwrsliip ol' tllc l.1itlit-s Nlutliuil ,'xlIXlllllVX. uiiiipusctl ul tloutors' wivcsi 'l'Iii- tmi M-It-ru-tl lm' tliis yuan' wuru Nlrsi Clini-It-S l, Riilwrts :mtl Xlrs. l,t-lnmtl Slilwwcli. l'utl1i'c Xurscs took lit-lil trips tu RQIHLK' lliis- Top Row: Winlmler, Pearce, Crawford Messman, Rcbr-rls lv.-pres.l, Smith Jones, Willr-ms. Third Row' Barnes, Scliwedlancl, Part riclt, Dvnlori, Suils, Milliclwamp Casllion, Sluf-rman. Second Row: McWl1irterl Craig, Wil Iiams, McCord, Goodpaslure, Coff man, Wells, Shriver. Bollom Row: Babb, Brummell, Clielf, Williams, Wliile, Kudlac, Wilkins Oversfrffcl. Top Row: Kellelwor, Shipley, Brune, P. Haines, Tompkins, Scliram. Tliird Row: Taggarl, Born, Pyle, Bull, Pugli, Campbell, Washburn. Second Row: Keen, Kummell, Scliroe der, Teacliman, l.e6rand, Clirislen sen, Pyle- lsponsorl. Bollom Row: R. Koelwn, Wl1illey, lnsel man, Rogers, Griesel, Beneclilli. llnrty-two inuiiilu-i's ol wuzitmiml mziclnnu slump zirtumlunl ilziily tliix-c-liuiii' clzisscs in rln- wi-ll kcpt llmir spain- ul Mr. Rulwrt l'x'lc's lunctiunzil slump. LlZlSSL'S lL'2ll'llL'Ll rln- upurzitimi ul tlic cn- 'UX 4-ll cluli niunilwr 1llW1ll'S strives lui' tliu lwtlwiiiciit ol tlic k'Ul1ll11LIl1ll'ylS lim-s." -l-ll, wliirli nicalns lizinnls, ln-nrt, In-ulrli unnl ln.-ml, strivus to lu-ttci' rln- livcs ol' all tliruugli city :mil cuiiiitx'-wiilc alriws :incl 0I'Q2lIllli1llUll2ll works. ln kccping wltli tlizit nzitionzil nlw-icctiw, lm-ul cluli incinlwrs mink part in slmwing tliuii' skill in SBK 'wiliawamfs Q ' 'G I MACHI E HOP ginc lzitliu, slizipur, milling niucliinc, lmnil saw, lwzinnl file, grinalcr. tool cuttcr. tool grimlcr, :incl ln-ut trczitur plus instructum in nizitliuiiizitics anal 4-H CLUB raising ilunicstic llllkl llzirin zininiuls. making clntli- ing, prcpuring lumls ainil tlicir skill also in ilriv- lwlucprint rcauling. ing ti'z1ctnrs at wiinty zinil stzitv luirs. Hn tln-su UCCZISIUIIS 4-l l'ci's uxpui-ii-im-il wortliwlnlu zictivi- tics wlncli wnulnl lu-nclit tlicni tliu iwiiiziimlci' ul tlicii' livcs. , Q' N 1Q'z.igi f. Top Row: Hall, Fields, Lacy, Arndl Harrison, Bull, Welller lpres.l, J Brummell, B. Brummell. Second Row: Danaliy, Buller, E. Mar Hn, Tinder, Cook, Gungoll, Knarr Boslon. Bollom Row: Babb, Robinson, Harl sliorne, Boyer, Teale lsec.l, Linlr Clwell, Failing, Mclnlurfl. Q ' inf' yi., .",v,.-5 U Q N' .. "Mui x x QW? - 5 A . A. Q g 5.1 4 3 QP 9 Y , Y-TEE CL B Top Row: Fell, Tinder, Sue McCor- miclr, Krausse, Judy Pash, Schiller, Thorne. Third Row: Rolaerfs, Sfuerrnan, Grimes, Lynch, Hifchcocli, Scaling. Second Row: Mason, Marrs, Shelilield, Green, Plunlxell. Boffom Row: Roberls lsec.l, Gammon lpres.l, Fischer lfreas.l. ilihis xr-:iris Y-ilicviis xwu' :is husi :is lm-5 Shire umihim-il imwtiiigs ul' thu two rhihx Ilhlliillg lmm-5. wcim- In-hl flII'HLIQl1ULll thu XCLII' zlml mm' mnihinul 'lim hr-gin thu l'L'1lI', thu Y-ill-um hchl their rug- I71lI'flL'S inchiiling thu Szuhv llzixrkins llQlI'U :ll lll1ll'lllx'L'Iil1gSilllkllHUl1flIll'SlllWlM'l' clubs, .Xruuml thi- Y.XY.C.,'X. Slicrmu lu Sim ami Danny Smrh' llzillmwuii, thu iiiuiiilwws ol thu Ili-Y joim-il thu ruigiiul :is Uziisy Niue :xml l.i'l .Xhm'r. ' 1 girls ai! ll llzillmrccn lalrtx. Ili-Y mix ai Y.Xl.Q'..X. clulw in the aulmol. its Sinn' thu lli-Y Ir-nilr-iw lu-lir-wil thzit ai small llllI'l3HNx' xnxx In L'I'UIllL'. mziintzlin. :mil mu-ml group unsiiimx'cHcctiu'.tl1u l li-Y Chih ill lfnirl lllI'lllIglIUllI thi- hmm'. M-Imnl :mal umimunity. lligh Sclimml was coiiipusul ul' two uhihs, Ihv high stzlmlzlrilsul,Cihristiamcl1z1l':1a'tcI'zmnltupru- liinuls :xml rl1rf.XL-rw. Cllk'lI with Ll iiiuiiihwsliip ul' lvzlru nhl- xuuiig mcn nl' .Xiiiwiux lim' liuturu cigglitccn hula. lr-auluixliip. Top Row: Gariss, Kliewer, D. Allen lseol, McAninch, Tadloclc lchap- lainl, Bowen, H, Johnson lsponsorl. Second Row: Linderer lv.-pres.l, Kin- lzarlo, EllioH, Walson, Sowle, Camp- bell, D. Deflenbaugh lpres.l, Bollom Row: Ford, Wofford, Slover lv--pres.l, Manning, Brandenburg, M. Dfzffenbaugh llrfzas.l, T7 Top Row: Roe, Kceling, Bish, Carey, fi -" i ' Meese, Pyle. Second Row: Mccoclt, Pride, Duggan, Sailors, Pierce, Schroclt. Bottom Row: Yarborou ln Shannon 9 . Denion, Ludwig lL+. Gov.l, Miller. 4 ' T it fp E' i T. -T T ii Q 2 1 . T . - , , It fggf ' . 1 ' ' T b . , ...V 4. ... MA R f . , . . .. --E559-T4-A 'fw-T ' .emi 'il9i"f',9, K L 1. W 'i 5 . ' . f ' " 'X if 4 ' SWA . Mite, LW k b , , ' T Q: .. '45 N Q 5 . I AHDMA , gg P HDMA J ez to DKLNLN 7 i vi ,LS R E E 37 Q Xrfvwi' 'T 1 ,,,,, ,-4 T 5 L ' I I x Guns' STATE A ii Bois' ST TE Altci' wniing haick Irwin Nlll'lN11ll illikl Chick- crnnicnt in tht- wurlti is run. Such UllfSfllI1lliI1Q zishzi, thc l'f.l LS. Ciirl :intl limi' Stutcrs cnthusi- spczikcrs wt-rc hcairtl us Cim'ui'i1ui' Ciziry, "Cow- 1lSflL'1llly tulti tht- untirc sclmol about thcii' cx- hwy" Pink Wiilliainis, Ciiuiiivillc Scainlaintl, :intl pwiciiccs zintl tht- itlcails thcy lcalrnctl zihuut citi- thu laitc Alf:-t-tl l lunt, .luilgc ul' thu Stzitu Suprciiic funship :intl g'm'ci'iiiiiciit. :Xttcmling lccturus, Court. much was lL'2lI'I1L'll zihimut thc wziy thc lincst gm'- llililllg horn Ul'Q2ll1l!L'kl in rln- lzltc spring ol' pup zlsscinhlius, zinil wiirlxul in clusc L'OilI5Cl'ilflUI1 '50, thc liiuiws lmgistctl ll im-iiihwsliip of forty with thc liixiwttt- t'licui'luz1ilci's. hiws. linlililw I.iinlt-rw, Stun' Cool, llick ilicur- Chnl in whitc COYL'l'1lllS with il hlut- lnilizin main, :intl Ruwlaintl Czirtci' wcrc glut-tt-ti to lczltl ht-ntl insignia on the pocket. with liiuiws in- tht- group in cmrgaiiiinctl it-lls. st-rilst-tl un tht- hack. wcru tht- CllL'L'l'lL"lQlL'I'Si uni lhu siippintcil tht' tcziin in all zltlilctic cvcnts, Iiorins, whilc nthci' iiiciiiliws w'ui'q whitu shirts. QM i U i R. 1 ' - - F' I T his ,gn -: ,. Top Row: Webber, Brune, Brisben, Green, Carey, Macltenzie, Webb, Hollis, Frymire lsec.-+reas.l, Grill. Third Row: Bowarf, Engle lpres.l, Bish, Lewis, Ladd, Mize, Siffer, Kliewer, Page, Schroclt, LaFon. Second Row: Kudlac, Morris, Hayes, Poynor, Baldwin, Sowle, Snefhen, Kinkade, Carter, Eden. Boffom Row: Linderer, R. Carfer lrep.l, Mr. Ray Farranl Isponsorl, Cool lv.-pres.l, Teurman. 49 XYi1I1 H:1sl1l111ll1s poppmg tl1L SIM 15 1 L ll L1 www s1Lm11w1LL L L I111'L'Ll tl1L'11' 114:11 fllI'ULl I I1L' Illgllllglll ol tI1L XR ll xx1stl1L XIII 5L'f11ml l'l1111Lmg1':1pI1lL Luntw 1L1u,1 L 1 L ll1L' x111LlL'11ta L'11tL'1'L'Ll th CHESS CL B 'l'11L1 s111LlL'111s Sir lf 1 t1lwlL lll IN lllllkf 111 tI1L 111Lt 1'1111111, tl1L' sL'L'1m11Lls r1LlL In 111111 1111 L WLM I1I'1L'L-1111111111tL's. SIL Lllws l1L1z11'Ll 111111 saw L IL I A llns 11115 1l1L's1Lm1x Lvl tlll l111Ll H1 I1 t111111LlL'Ll L'I1L'w L'l11l1 111L t , , ll1L' "I'UlII1 Lp1m11w1LLll1x NI1 l5L11111Lll lllllll h Top Row: Dennis, Trinlrle, Pasln, Mile. Secord Row: Metz, Norman, Paulin fsponsorl, Leicher, Garber Ipresj. Boflom Row: Cleve-nger lsec.-+reas,l, Carfer, Mason, Fricsen, Arnold. 50 Y 'b o Top Row: Kinkade, Baldwin, Slraifon Hays, Roe, Webber, Phillips. Second Row: Holley, Widney, Mason Waserniller, McManemin, Ernriclr Dusbalaelm, Enslerly. BoHom Row: K. Francis, Koozer, Cun ningham, Hildebrand, Marlin, Knarr DUF'TkSOI'1, Benedilli. ililiu uflicu assistants xuu Q 1 n tm x tln u Q l'lm'ci1cc Nutt :mil Mrs Slmlu NX Q x X'Ulll'. ltaicll pcrlml hu' stunluirs xuu H I talks up the uttumlzimx slips ililnu S l U s tin 1' 4 aiml will slips. l'liuy also s L L pin .M'tix'ltx' ufliu- zlssistzlntx xu x lmur ul' 1-lic nlaiy. lXYU4lI'flll'L'CSlllklUI1fSllLlPLklIllllli. pcriml, .xml wlicn not lltllll ruaiulm- or stunlcnt, tlmcy mul tluli tl. to stL Students typcnl elm-ks lupt mm Q' , NL in .. 1 ,., ,wg lx , f , , i, "if - v . Nz 6 . . xg 5. Top Row: Blackburn, Kincannon, Pa? Smith, O'N-sill, Collier, Bosfon, Sronehoclzer, Sowle. Third Row: Henry, Dupy, Driever. Sieddum, Colier, Gisf, Morgan, Goode. 1' .,'.u.+ 4 t wh F321 ? tjvgyixfyi Second Row: Wilson, Sclwoolcraff, Q7 Daniels, Williams lv.-pres.l, White. Wall, Allen, Thompson. Boflom Row: Bowden, Hoslrins, Bern- slein, McGugin, Snodcly, Easfon, Francis, McKnight. GIRL 'RECRE TION ASSOCI T10 tiirls' Rt-t'i't'z1tinl1 Xzasncizitioii was uninmsctl slnwts :intl gnu- nn Uctolwr tux lin' lllk' nun ul' ax grtnnw ull zltliltticzilly II1lI1tlL'tl niissus witli lllL'IIll1L'I'is. XYln'n spring 2lpl5L'lll'L'tl un rlit- st'ul1t', xlHtlI'lY Iiwr tliuir lnmlslwy. llllltllllgU?LII'I12lH1L'l1fS in tlic girls took tu tht- grczit unttlmurs. Swltlwaill lmtli lI1tllX'itlll2ll :intl tuznn sports, tht- Ufgilllllll- zlntl tunnis l't't'cix'utl linnrs ul' pi'41t'tit't' nliilt' tlit' tion ultvrt-tl unnputilitni in wmllcylmll, lwzislictlmll. girls lm-ccixt'tl plenty' nl- Iirusli ziir :intl sunslnnu. :intl sul-tlwnll l'tn'tlnmst'liliii1g grtnip IlL'flYllf'. l"ur Ci.R.,'X. tra1x'clt'tl tw Stillwnitur in .Xpril tn unn- tlnvsv pi't'l4t'i'i'il1g slna1llt'i'g1'oln1s, tliurc n't'rt' lwzitl- puts in tunnis. tzllwlt' tunnis :intl lmtlinintun. ililn' nnntnn, tunnis :intl ltllllk' tcnnis unitcsts. l'cupl.' girls zittrilwntul tliuir triin wzlisls In tlic k'2lllSlllCH- nlin l-1lYKll'L'll t-xv1't'isu sitting tlmrn. t-ntcrutl in ics nliirli tht-i x'igtn'nnsli pz1i'lit'ipa1tul in k'1lk'll Ilit' lllIIll1llI1Q grinnvs int-sting lwiu' 21 nt-ult. Lllll. ililit' lL'1ll' untlutl nitli ll groin! nl' nrzirx. llrmwing :is k'lll1l'llllI1Q sntrigilli ns tht-3 wcrt' lint Sfl'17HQlIlLlM'lx'tl nnsscs, tirctl. lvnt intpin mvr tgipqililt- plixsitxilli, tlic girls tlfnnictl skirts lim' ll lwnsy 3c11r's llfflilllllllNllIIlCI1l5. W. X Top Row: Coolt, Danalwy, Fell, Fields, Galhright lsponsorl, Emriclr, Tinder, Marlin, Boston. Tlnird Row: Hifclicoclr, Cooper, How- ard, Franks, Ewing, Brairhwaile, Knarr, Gungoll. Second Row: Sheffield, Green, Grimes, Teale, Golrry, Marlaclm lrep.l, Tall, Jones, McLemore. Bofrom Row: Babb, Robinson, Koelwn, Koozor fpres.l, Linl: lsec.-h'eas.l, Greer, J. Williams, Seidl, K. Francis. 52 4 1 , '17 Top Row Standing: Greer, Keen Lamerion, C. Shannon, McGugin Smilh, Collier. Sealed on Board: Gollry lpres.l Bruce lsec.l, Yarborough ltreas.l Braithwaife lhishl, Linlt lprog chr.l, Francis, M. Walker, Maflacli Middle Row Standing: McCormick Fields, Shoolr, Danahy, Buchanan Gurwell, Madison, Scott, Felt, Hus ton, Winters lsponsorl. Sealed Beside Pool: Ewing, Teale Ludwig, McKnight, Knarr, Wilson Koozer, Rogers, Mansfield, Cooper .'Xqu:1L'ttL' Sy'i1L'l1i'Lmi1LL L0 s L sisting Lil' fllll'U'-lilllll' lllLllll3LIN xx is unusu illx IL Nl IILW tix'L- this yL'Zll'. ln ylzinui Lu1iLiiiLnts I 1 f u tt iL s L L'i1tL'Ll :issciiilily with xiii lIl1LlLlXX 1 itmo p1L s LK L siL ti l,:itL'i' l'llL' girls took :nts to tli k'lIl'OllI!k'kl Swim Nlcct it 'X 'limi SllIklL'l1fS L'ztL'l1 pLiiuLl xxLiilLLLl in tliL IM s s 1 in:iugui'zitL'Ll glllklilllfk Li L Sfllk Lnts tuLlL tLsts wLii'kL-Ll als assistants, NUllll1fLLIIl1LQ lm tliL iulw in L HL Ll xi pl:iL'L1Lil':i Vtgllllll' stuLlx li ill Unit tziiits lL'll llI1Llk'I' tl1L' L'z1tLwLiiiLs Lil tx IQ iunn Q L tLL .,,lIt 1 fx ' u C? V- JOURNALISM CL B Top Row: Hooley, VVebber, LaFon, Munlrres, Pash, Meese, Prail. Third Row: Ewing, Golfry, Green, L. Smith, S+aplefon, Mason, Wells. Second Row: Matlaclr lfreas.l, Scot? lsponsorl, Braithwaife lsec.l, Teale, Barnes, Link, Taft, Whiflow, Bottom Row: Grim, Failing, Knarr, Murie, Brown, Gilger, Koozer. "XYliz1t's mix' in i'cpui'tii1gf"' was tlit- cry ul' st-nrt-tl :in intcim-sting inziss iiitciwiun' nn lllL' cus- llit' Aluurnzilisln flulw lllL'II1l5L'I'S :lt lull 5. turns :intl L'UlNlltl4JI1S lli tlizlt UJLIIIIVX, :intl A. Aliiurnxilisni Clulw, uiiiipnstitl ul' sixty stutlunts Hlliltclii' Strauss. Nlzinaiging lfilitin' iii' rlit- lfnitl t-iimllul in Alinirnzilisin, umlcr tht- spmisiiiwliip .N'f'fc.v ami lftzglw, who tultl nl' tln- oppiii'tLiiiitit's nl Nliss Rntli Scott. lit-lil tliclr inuntlilx' nit-ctnigs writ-i'ul in tht- m'xx'sp1ipt'i' tit-lil. :it tliu liigli stliool, liiicli niuctiiig lit-aittiiwtl ll Unu nl' tlic sncizil zictivitius was at Lilll'iSflll2lS spt-zikt-r iiilt-im-stul in sonic plizisu HliC0liIlIllll1ik'1l- tlinncr party lit-ltl in tln' high sclimil L'2lliL'Ik'l'ill. tions. .Xninng tliuin in-i't-1 Cziscy Colilniizi, who li-tl ln' thc pimsinluiit, Xxvillf lilNYlll'f, tlic ulnli sung awplzliliul tins nliHt'i'riic'cs in tlit- ix-imi'ti1ig :intl SUI1QS1llNlPl2U'L'Ll gznncs, uliling ul' iicws on tclcvisimi :intl in tht- ncws- i,l1L'4Jl.l'llL'L'llIl5l1l'U-iL'L'fSXYilS1l tiiurnlitlic lfninl paipw: Nlr. zintl Xlrs. Nliklns Sufucs Niumlsmi .N'f'iL',v am! lfzlijfrl wlliccs, wliu1't'tl1cy iilwst-1-wtlrlif iinil tln-ii' sun l.t-slit-, Iiroin llungziry, who pry- intricaitu stops in tliu printing nl ai iiuwspaipt-l'. Top Row: Robbins, Bowarf lpres.l, K Moxley lv,-pres.l, Waliers, Mathis, Hinson, Cromwell, Hart. Third Row: Cravens, Daniels, Harrison Pcllow, Schrocll' Winlller, Bobbiil, Cdrlberg. Second Row: Gibson, Scaling, U Wallrer, Emriclr, M. Walller, C. NVil liams, Do:ir:r, Rainey. Boflom Row: Chelf, Paris, Boyer, Thorne, Lawrence, J, Williams, K Francis. 54 i 5 i V Top Row: Hooley, Bowarl, McAninch, Easlon, La Fon. Second Row: ScoH lsponsorl, Carl- berg, Lawrence, Emriclc, S-faplelon, B. Walker, Teale. BoHom Row: Paris, Failing, Maflaclx, Braifhwaile, M. Wollrer, Boyer. GR School ruportcrs Q2lfllCl'CLl news unch il1llL'Sll2ly lor thc l llLll'Stl2lR'lS school pngc in the lfnitl Daily lfuglv. Not only wt-rc tht- youngstcrs glzul to src thcir nnincs in print, hut tht- stutlcnts got L'I'L'tlll' lor tht sparc. Rcportcrs usually ahtl nn lhc Quill Stull was rusponsihlc lor writing zinil ctliting thc hi-wot-lily publication ol' thc Quill. Consisting ol' twenty -lournnlism students. thc stuff puhlishctl upproximzitcly scvcntccn issucs il school tcrin. 'lihc Quill kt-pt thc stunlcnts and liziculty in touch with tht- zlctivitics anal currcnt nuws zlrouml l' l l S 4 .. .X . 1? DE CHO0L REPORTER cntirc ycur ol' rt-porting. journalism stutlcnts litlt their own hu-s als wcll us thosc ot clcincntzlry anal junior high school stualcnts wt-rc cnricliul hy tht-st' contacts. Q ILL TAFE During tht- yt-ar, Stuff mtinhcrs uttcmlctl lull :intl spring coiiliciuiccs ol' thc Uklzlhoniu lntcr- scholustic Prcss .xSSOL'l1llfl0l1, sponsorccl hy rlit- Univcrsity ol' lllililllfllllll :lt Norman. Alohn Cl'UlllNYL'll, junior, was clcctctl vicc-prcsitlcnt ol' D U.l.l .A. at thc spring scssion wht-rc thc Quill was 1lXX'11l'klCLl "with honm if 3- t K 'E J' 4 i L2 1 1-WL.. Top Row: Schroclr lfealure edilorl, Bowarl lco-ediforl, Hinson lsporls ediforl, Harrison ledilorial ediforl. Second Row: ScoH lsponsorl, M. Walker llypisil, Brai'l'hwail'e lfypisfl, Moxley lfypisfl, Ewinq lfypisfl, Em- riclx lexchange ediiorll Lawrence llypisll. Bollcm Row: Grim lnews ediforl, Failing lfypisll, Dolier lfypisfl, Ma+laclr lfypisll, Gibson lco-edi- forl, Boyer llypisll, Francis lfypisfl. 55 0 ILL ANNUAL TAFF Top Row: Schrocli, Green, Easfon Hooley, Bowari, Hinson, Meese. Third Row: Hari, Ewing, Mason Prafz, Moxley lco-edirorl, Walfers Harrison, Emricli, La Fon. Second Row: Chelf, Lawrence, Cra- vens, Maflaclc, Goliry, Thorne, Linlm Scorr lsponsorl. BoHom Row: McCreary lsponsorl Francis, Grim lco-edilorl, Failing Boyer, Braifhwaife, Gibson, Teale Murie, Dozier. lhsung historizms oi ifnitl High wuts thc worlictl long, halrii hours in forming ll im-niory iiiumhcrs oi tht- 1957 Ql'll.l, Annual Stull who hook for thu students ol' lfnitl lligh. i'ccoi'tlt-il for postcrltx' tht- L'VL'I1fS0lifl1L' clmnging Rt-suit oi tht-ir ctiorts is tlisplziyctl in tht- pugcs high school culturc -mtl cui'riculum. of this hook. Tlicy liuvc trictl to l'L'L'1lptLll'c for This it-ali' tht- stzlti was umlci' thu sponsorship cvcry ifnitl High School stuilt-nt thc story ol' oi Nliss Ruth Scott mtl Nlrs. Nt-llic A'lCCl'C21I'L', his high school lift-. Mrs. McCreary explained ad iayoufs lo Derel Schrocl: while Miss Scott and Key Moxley, co-ediior, discussed year- boolc style. Below, Kay Grim, co-editor, sland- ing, checked up on an even? wirh Jody Dolier, as Walt Bowarr, Jerry Knarr, and LeHy Goliry worlred on copy. 56 ...l l'..ill 1, mmf Top Row: Koflan, Schrocli, Owens Bowen, Hume, McGugin. Third Row: Snoddy, Mansfield, Lamb, Roelse, Phillips, Jenkins. Second Row: Baldwin, Mi1e, Lewis Keahey, Hynson. Bo++om Row: Ciardullo, Marlin, Collier Cashion, Suifs, Thrasher. in 'X ECO D SEMESTER TUDE TCOU CIE Si-mml scnicstci' liouml thc Sruilcnt Council zuitugrzlpliul by :ill thu rcpix-sciitzitivcs. L'ill'I'l'lI1Q' on thc '57 rmrliriim of "lii'sts." Cairrying' on tlic ri-urliriim ol' "lirsts." tlic Stu- ililic lirst tcziulici'-uruncil Yulcntinc party was ilcnt Council was in clizlrgu ol' clccticm of 'lirufiic liclil in tlic czllctcrizi. lfucli tcziclici' was gin-n Court uiiicizils lim' thc first timc. Nmninzitiims :in aippmpi'i11tc Y2llL'l1flI1L', :mil Miss Moors, spun- wi-ru mzulc by thc council ofliccrs :mil class prcsi- sur, was prcscntccl with il l1cz1i't-slmpcil pillow ilcnts :mil Votcnl im by the cntirc L'0lll1Cll. Top Row: lnselman, Brown, Lansden Hifchcoclr, Harsh, Mccooli. Third Row: Parker, Holley, Brainerd Harmon, Rulh Moore lsponsorl Ellsworrh. Second Row: Asfahl, Sco'r+, Carey Bowari, Walker. Boffom Row: Unruh, McWhir+er, BH ling, Mason, Denfon, Golfry. 57 'I -- -qw 'ET-.o' Q ry? , ,J- IZBKIS .-A ui fl fs 3 i . w, ,fm A Qf Upper Leif: Mary Ellen Timmis D. E. Queen, Norma Chapman, and Sharon Kehn, aifendanls. Speakers' Table: Mrs. Waller, Mr. Waller, Wade Chambers, Josh Lee. and Mr. and Mrs. Selby, Below: Panorama of Employerslimployee banquel. Wade Chambers and Leroy Oversfreel' lisfen infenlly To Josh Los-'s philosophy of sales- manship. E PLOYER-ElVIPLOYEE BANQUET Gene Robbins, Karen Francis, Glenda Brailhwaite and Larry Um- nl ilu' most lUOliL'll-l0l'XY'll'kl-fl? suclzll cwnts ul tllc , , , , , , , , , Scoff engoy an infermlssion during fhe homecoming dance. mquct l his xx-111' was tlic Dlx-IDU l'.mplm'c1' linipluvcc li: . , i . ll City' wsu' lul'lm'1'5cl1:1lrJz' Iosli l.cc, prmnuicnt 4 7kl'1l1um lz1xx'yu1', :1-lllrcsscil tlmc mzmy yiiipluylws zlml flltjll' umploy- urs. sclmul iilhclalls. stzltu ullicvxls ul tli c clulvs, mul the Iiaculty. hir. lmc spulic rm rlil- sulwjuct ul- szllcsmzmslmip axml llic right allwplwalclm lm' tlic S2llL'Sllll1l1. Ill- was intru- llurl-ll lu l.l-mx llX'Cl'!ill'L'L'f. Dlx pm-siill-nr illlkl INZISYCI' ol Lik'l'k'lllUlllL'S. XX zulu Llmmlwrs. all Qflltlllillk' :mil nzltiunzll DIC prcsi- llcnt, gnu' tlic XYL'lL'lHHlI1Q spcculm to thu gucsts. l.1ll'I'f' llllllllllt, IND prcsuluiit. Vczul rhi- l'k'S!NDI1SC. llils sixtucntli Zlllllllill lmnquct was llclal lXUYCIl1lM'I' ln in ilu' Yuunglwluml llim-I. Ammtllcr DIC mr-mlwr prcsunt :it xln- lwauiqlict. l2llL'l' l'ccc1x'1ng am lion ur. was Bliss Alilff' lxllcn llmmls. who l'L'Pl'CSL'lllCll ltmll Dlt Llulw in thc v ' , 'i g imc ul- livc lIlIk'L'Il l'llI1lL'Sl ill IIIL' Slillk' CUl1YCIlllllll l3Llll linallists. Q mNW"g,umUf 1. , A Y gl .' .,,!2z-. Marvin Vandaveer, Afhlefic Direcfor and Head Enid High School has a compeienl aihlelic deparlrneni headed by Aihlefic Direcfor Foofball Coach, checks cligibilify and numerous Marvin Vandeveer, lefi, and having fhe full co-oporalion of lupper righfl Bruce Selby, ofher defails. principal, Jack Webb, John Walor, Jim Shoup, and Bill Brown, coaches, capable of pro- ducing oufsfanding accomplishmenis in six sporfs. ATHLETIC X 59 FO0TBALL Marvin Vandaveer, athletic director and head foofball coach icenferl, surrounded by his competent coaching sfali. lReading clockwise, upper leffl Jacl: Webb, football and hack, Jim Sfroup, basketball, football, golf, and swimming, John Walor, foofball, bas- lielball, and tracing Bill Brown, fc-oiball, baseball, and swimming. jx. fi 31: Top Row: Bob Krey, Charles Oldham, Paul Brune, Allan Kufz, Eddie Gage, Richard Eclr, Dale Payne, Don Conner, Tom Ful- mer, Charles Wright, James Brogdon, Jerry Robinson, Jim Sheels, Lloyd Geis, Ronnie Duncan, Gary Moxley, H. T. Hol- den, Jerry Richardson, Jim Parrish, Danny Roe. Altlioiiggli the 1957 sczismi was nut the must LflUl'l0LISf'C1ll'll1 Plziiiisiiicii liistriry. the lmys iicwi' stoppccl lighting, suinctiiiius against licaivy mltls. ilihc Plziiiisiiicii cmlcil thtii smwii with .1 i'ui'm'il nl tum wins. scvun losses. :incl 'i tic l'x'ci1s4i, thc losscs wcrc hziril fought intl tht l lim im-ii vii'- A itlly tlisplziyccl thuii' Hllllflllillllk'l'i1lWlL' spirit in ww Llclicllf Thi mmlclctl cozicliing stzxlil lit-utltml hi' Kansas iiiuntm' i 5 'r . H 1. nu s tum xx ls lui hx' :in ciitirclx' rc- Nlzirvin hi1ll1Lll1YL'L'l'. who was flmscn ufozicli ol' tlic W cclau hy the Hklulimmi City Tfiilrli. lizick- ing him up :is assistant cnnclifs xwix- ,luck XXX-hlw, lint- L'02lL'llI liill liiwiwii. cml cuzicli: :intl -lllllli li-squziil. XY:ilm'. assistant lim- criicli 'intl luulci' ul tht- lliruugli thu clliwtrs ul '1 guml uiwliiiig stzill :mil thu umlvinq hziclting ol tht- ciitiru sqirul this . 4 D00 Kdrns James Brown Ronald Tale Howard Roe James Faulliner l l i ii: .2 - F V if J ' , 5 dl 7 4. ' . I .1 42523 ae: 1' - ,,,-ff BMJ w l it ',,Qiffi833363BE 0?9 5 Fei 3? Q, .T ode-3 Q15 J! Third Row: Larry Reams, David Warren, Paul Brillon, Jimmy Maddox, Don Bleakley, Paul Stephens, Jerry Wehling, Sleve Close, Gene Robbins, Bruce Edwards, Bill Shook, Bob Spickelmier, Bruce Shields, Dick GarreH, Jack Wall, Walfer Allen, John Fell, Sleve Thurman, Jim Langkiel. Second Row: Sammy McGugin, David Hamillon, Pal McGugin, Paul Erwin, David Beach, Mike Lacey, Hoyle Halfom, Tommy Brown, lra Hul- fon, Leonard Davis, Bob A+kinson, James Faulkner, Charles Page, Wal+ Bowarf, Ronnie Tale, Gary Sheffield, Tim Crowley, Don Karns. BoHom Row: Donnie Miller, Jerry Francis, Ernest Moody, Jamie Brown, Lyle Parker, Dave Badgley, Donnie Robinson, Wayne Jones, Dennis Gibson, Bob Burdick, Bill Humphries, Bob Pellow, Rolan Phillips, Jerry Keeling, Howard Roe, Leonard Harrison, Larry Gregory, Gene Bodes. TCZIIJS l'lz1insmci1 pmtltlcctl txvu utlilt-tt-s with out- Sfilllkllllg l't'L'llgl1lflUl1. .-Xll Nliil-Stzltc lumurs went In L'l1:1rlcs Pzlgu, right gualrtl, whilt- i,l2lll1SlllL'l1 qtla1i'tcl'lmt'l4 tlcrry liccling, with his ULIfSf2lI1Llil1g hull llllllklllllg :mtl sum' liUllfL'LlI1L'SS, sitlt-stt-ppt-tl his wzlx' tu il position un tht- .Xll Nlitl-Stzltc team :ls wt-ll 1lSfllL' All State t-It-vt-n :mil am uppurtilnity tu plzly in tht- Nlumplmis ll. S. fxll-1xlliCI'lClll1 Nortli-Suutli gamma 'lin lust thcix' strength tht- l'Iuinsmt-n CZIINL' ZIQZHIIST what was zlftlzlllllctl tu hzivc lu-un tht- luuglicst lim' in thc staitc wllcn thcy apt-nt-tl thu scalsini against tht- Nlitlwcst City liniiilu-1's. Al- though tht- l'luiimm-n cimlitmllt-tl most ol' tht- hull gurus. tht-5 couhl not scum' :it tht- right times :mtl wwe thi-mvn lm' ai lla-ll loss. -lUlIl'l1L'f'll1Q to .'Xm:1rillu, 'lit-xzis, tht- l,lilllTSlllCI1 Y J K I. . b . . tuuli un ll x'c1'y strong liillll Dum tclllll thu ncxt my eemg Carrymg We all io paydul 'n ,he Blackwell W scrimmage. Wall Bowarf Charles Page Jerry Keeling Leonard Davis Gene Bodes ff" ,S F35 .iv f. T Q g F' an gie ig V-,ig i f 01, 1 T . T az... . ., i... ,, t R F T L. 4,4 i fi f C! Cn' v"7 n T , 1 of f ink i.1. 'I V l v v lu, is-:.i:, , x ff-f Q ii I at - . 4 0 FO0TBALL wt-ck. llllI1gS lookctl hright :it the hall wlu-n tlu' l'l:1insnu'n It-tl tht- Dons fi-ll through tlu- courtcsy' ol llowzircl Roc. During thc hull' tht- lions hzul 1 things ol' lu-zirt znul czuiu' clizirging liroin thuir ilrcssing rooin hunt on tlu' ah-struction ol' thc l'lz1insnu'n. 'lihis tluw' aihnost ilitl w'ith tlu' linzil scorn' living 33-6 in lizivor ol- tlu' llons. llwvinq htcn hrought to hlu hx' tlu' l'nul l'ins in tlun hrst honu' gzinu-. thc llig lihu' unthusi- zisticzilly' took on tht- Norniain iliigcrs. Spurrul on hx sonu 3wll0 Llutilng lzins in Plziinsnizin Coach Vandavee, explains ,he +eci,,,gque of awed ball handl, Fit-lil. l.uonz1ril l lurrison, sunior lllllliliilfli, torc l"9 in Pmcllce Session- owl' thu goal linu in thc sccoiul hull' to tic tht' knot in 11 7-7 tic. ln thu fourth gainu- of tlu- suzison tht- l,l2llllS- incn lizumwl thc uiulcr-rzitcnl Sll2UYl1L'L' XYolvcs in ll hopclcss hzittlc. Lintil lzltc in tht- sccoiul pcriotl thc Plziinsnu-n haul thc XYolws ilown on zi I3-ll score, hut hclorc the hull' ciulual. thu Xvolrcs haul hcgun to light hzu'k, making Z1 'l'.lJ. hring tlu' scorc to 13-6. ln the sccoiul hull' tht- XYolx'cs tical it up 13-13 in tht- thircl pcrioil, :uul thcn lfninl lirccl h1u'k w'ith thcir thirml zuul linail touclulown, inzikng it 19-13 hy missing tht- cxtrai point. 'lilu' XYolrcs Qlitln't lct lfniil stay' in tlu' lcaul long. making zi tally' zuul thc cxtrzi point, rcsting thc scoru zlt 21 l1L'llI'lfl5I'C2llill1Q ZH-10. Contrihutors to our scorn wcrc l.2lI'I'y firm-gory. .lznniu llrown. zuul ll Kculinw' to Brown pass. P' RCCOYL'l'lI1Q liroin tht- shock ol' ai oiu- point loss to Sliziwncc tht- l,lllll1Sll1Cl1 took on tlu' powurliul Hkluhoinzi City' Douglass 'l'ro-inns. thc first :ill Negro opponent in tlu' history ol' lfniil Iligli School. llighlighr ol' tht- gzinu- czinu- wlu-n zi lrojzin pass to lclt uiul sznlul to tlu' tcn-y'z1rtl linc. lr lookctl us if thu ilirouizins haul sforuil again, hut truc to his All-.Xiiit-i'it'ziii liorin, llllilI'- Jerry Keeling spins from center as lhe huslmy Plainsmen line ' - -- oPens a good sized hole in the Midwest City forward wall. IL'l'lWl1L'li Url-li kccllllg llliulf il lmlllflllll lllw' Jim Langlrief Tim Crowley Jack Wall Dennis Gibson Paul Burdick A" A xl . '.v 1 Mi x .. ". 9' i f 5 t 'L 1 V A ,iii V Scatbaclx Leonard Harrison makes a desperate allemol' to slraggle through the loose defense sei up by Norman. This loose defensive play cos? Norman lhe ball game which ended in a 7-7 lie. h:intlt'tl intt'rt't'ptitmn high tmx't'r his ht'z1tl zintl rain tiltl rival, tht' l'tmnt'zi City Xviltltuits. 'I'ht- gznnt' fill yzirtls lim' tht' lirst lfnitl ttmuchtltxwn, llllllilllg opt-nt'tl with lfnitl kicking to l'tmnt'a1. Slmrtly' :ili- tht' stturt' 7-7. ln tht' Iiuurtli qua11'tt'i' with tht' tt'1' :in t'xt'hz1ngt'olpunts l'lllilliSllL'liL'l1SlYL'Illl'L'1lI, ilimjziiis in tht- lt':1tl 32-7. lit't'ling hz1ntlt'tl ntl tu Lill2ll'lk'S l'z1gt', rt't'm't'rt'tl at liunihlt' on thc l'tmnt'x1 bltnnit' llruwn lm' tht' stttmntl zintl last lfnitl tt1ut'h- Z0-t2lI'tl lint'. Ciix't'n tht' hull, Kt't'ling Ii:1kt'tl two tltiwn. L'l'tm'lt'y'is kit-k wus gtmtmtl, ztntl :ls tht- hull hzintltrtls zlntlwt'nta11'tmuntl lt'l't t'ntl to st'tn't'. 'liht' gaxnit' t'ntlt'tl. it was 4 P. C. lltniglztss .W-lfnitl 14. t'tim't'rsitmn l'z1ilt'tl, :intl ns thu lirst qu:11'tt'i' t'ntlt'tl, 'I'ht- lllxiinslnun 'illlll'l1k'l'L'Ll to llklzthtnnzi City lfnitl lt'tl 6-ll. Sutrn illifL'l' l'tvnt'z1 Cllllgllf up :intl Ita t'nt'tvuntt'r tht' Liaipittml llill Rctlskins in ll gainit' pttsstftl tht' li1't'tl-up lll2lil1Sll1L'H, zintl tht- lirst hull' til' niutl slinging. Liaxpittml llill t'tn1trtmllt'tl intmst tml' t'ntlt'tl with tht' st'tn't'htm11rtl rt'a1tling I2-It l'tmnt'zi tht' gatnit' tis lillllllilfli ylanncs lltmhstmn sht1wt'tl his City. iliht' st't'untl hull' upt'nt'tl with l'tmnt':1 kick- running atntl splashing tin tht' wt't aintl nnitltly ing to lfnitl, :intl 1't'gt'nt'r:1tt'tl lirtmni tht' hailli-tiint' Iit'ltl whilt' lfnitl, lll11lL'L'lISf0IIlL'kl to tht' twmntlititmns, t'tnnn1t'nts gix't'n hy tht' t'tm11t'hing stall. tht' Plains- liinnhlttl nwaiy. 'liht' t'ltmst'st tht' l'l:1insn1t'n twmultl int'n n1z1rt'ht'tl tltmwn tht' lit'ltl, ztntl Kttling rztn gt'l to pay tlirt wzls tht' ti-yin-tl lint: lfotn' tinit's witlt' airtmuntl right t'ntl lim' lfnitlis stttmntl ttmuch- in tht- lirst hull' tht' lilLllllSlllk'l1 Inst tht' hzlll on tltmwn. 'I'l1t-st-tm sttmtl :lt I2-12. .'Xntmtht'i' st'm't' Iiuinhlusftnit' sctting up ll Cttpittvl llill st'tn't' lw l'tn1t'n :intl tht' kYiltlt'z1ts lt'tl lf?-12. XYith 1:55 .intl at st-t'tintl hailting tht' lfnitl t1Ht'nsix't'. lfinxtl lt'l't in tht' thirtl puritwtl, lit't'ling wt'nt tmxti' with st'tn't-: Cztpittwl l Iill 31. lfnitl ll. a1ntvtht'l' 'l'.lD. to tit' tht' stuart' nt IU-IV ZIS tht' thirtl XYith tht' twtltls atgatinst tht'n1. thlt' tu il nt1t-sti- pt-ritmtl t'ntlt'tl. kkvith 0:05 lt'l't in tht' gznnty llill- i1npl't'ssix't' i't't'tn'tl, tht' l'lz1insint'n rtmnk on tht'ir haitk lltmwzirtl Rot' tlruvt' tu tht' tln't't'-yairtl lint' Bill Humphries Leonard Harrison Milte Lacey Bill Shoolt Gary Sheffield 4 gm .-we X , t on . A V .4 i .LD A- .lst I - Footiztnt Ernest Moody seems disappointed as Jerry Keeling sntures a misplaced pass in All-Amerie can form and goes for 90 yards against the Douglass Troians. nf! ,i I is cf 4 , f Bill Humnhrics is brought down after a Poncans. leading substantial gain by two heavy Humphries and Keeling became ground gamers to help 'rhe Plainsmen upset the Ponca City Wildcats 25-I9. get 5 1 'I It Steve Tl'iurr1a 1.8 4-8 n Harold Milburn Paul Erwin ztntl ltilltiwt'tl with nu gain. Kttling tht'n tlrtwt- ull tht' lt'l't sitlt- ltn' six nnvrt' p l'ztx'tn'. mints. 'liht' linztl st'tn't'wz1s 25-l'? in tht' l'latinsint'n's ln tht' t-iglirh gznnt' tml' tht' st':1swn lfnitl ttiuk tin tht' l1tlXl'L'I'l-lll N. XY. Clatsst' n Knights. Uutstttntling in tht' l'lt1insnit'n's zittzttk wats lltrwatrtl Ruta just htttlt tntti plzty' 1tltt'r at litiut with at ln'tnst'tl It-g sttHt'l't'tl in tht' l'tmnt'tt gztnttx lfztrly in tht' lirst tlllLlVtt'I' llill lllllllPlll'lL'S inzttlt' ll nint'-yztrtl th'it't' tti tht' Clatssun Ill. lit't'ling licpt :tntl litillt iwt'tl t't'ntt'r Xlvatlt lst7NX'1ll'l tn't'i' tin zt tltizti'tt'i'lm:tt'k sntwtk litn' :tn twtrly tm-ll lt'z1tl. Clztsscn tht'n l't't't'ix't'tl tht' ltit'kuH tin tht'n' l1vt'. :intl l inilwrlatkt' st'znnpt't't'tl 95 tztrtls ltn' tht' tit'. l ht'n' I-tick wats gtititl. atntl tht' ln'st hull t'ntlt'tl with tht' st'tn't'htmi'tl i't':ttl- ing 7-6. Uttring' tht' hztll'-tintt' tht- spt't'tz1ttn's witnt'sst'tl tht' trtiwn- ing til' tht' lflnf Itmtitlmll tlttt't'n. Nltss l.t'ttx' Cuiltlw. RCILUIIHQ with tht' tlut't'n zts ztttt'ntlz1nts wt'i't' Xliss Altttly lJt'nttin :intl Nliss Iviztn Phillips. lht'rt'ztItt'1' Qlztsscn th't'w at st'i'lt's til pt'nt1ltit's, lIl2llilIlQlllttI1L'Xl lfllltl ttmuthtltiwn at httlt' L'llSlt'l'. lxt't'hng rain :trtvuntl t'ntl with tht' ittthng lznitl 19-Llatsscn l-l. st'tn't' ' '1 1 ' It wits at night litn' ltn'tnt'1' lfnitl u'1'itltlt'1' iin l7ttt'l4t'tt :ts tht' . 3 , l'ltnnsnit'n int't tht- ntnnlwt'r ltvt' 1'zttt'tl ttxnn in tht' sta1tt'. lal Rumi. tl " tl ' n thtn h int tit-ltl. .X highlight til' tht' gztnit' wats wht'n liill Slitmlt, t.1llx in tht Qtllllt',L'l'1lSllL'tll'lll'tJLlQllIllt'llllt'2ll1tlt'1lITllll't'tl lal Runti lin' at tt'n-xztrtl loss. ln tht' st't'tintl hull l ltiwztrtl Rt1t'wt'nt ll1I'tDllQll tht' nntltllt' tti st'tn't'. litmllnwctl hy ll ltitk hy lint Crtiwltw. 'Vlit' l,lLllI1Slllt'I1 fought lun-tl ztll tht' watt, hut tht' giant ICI lluntiiatns twtth tht' t'xt't'ptitin til tht'n' llx'wt'lqht tltt1tt'tt'1'hztt'lt. Inn l't't'sttinl m't'l'ptiw't'i't'tl tht' lllilIHSlNt'l1 tti tht' ttlnt' tml lf?-ti. jk Managers: Top Row: Milne Webber, George Boggs. Bottom Row: Dean Mccollough, Max Davis, Eddie Grove. 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Dm to tlxtst Lxxtxxxxxstamts, Nl.xxxxxx X.xml.x- wt-x', m-xx' : ' c '. 1 - Q stzxtl xxxtx'xxxlxxt'cxl :x mwx' Imxtlmll trzxxxxxxxg px'xxgx':xxxx cs ul lxxxxlxlxxxf- lxnftnx tt xxxxs lux lxcttcx' txxxxxxxx'x'mx's 'Xt-xt xx-xxx' tlxt' l'l:xxxxsxm-xx xx'xll xg 'ft ' u 'x l:xx'c L-wx' zxcul wxtlx clcvcxx gnxxxus sclxcxlxxlcxl. - fax'-2. llxt' stzxll :xml xxx'usxxux'txx'x' tvzxxxx kmxxx' xx'lx:xt s Highlighting the Lawton Homecoming game, flue falhers of - A . ,he fooybau playm. weaning ,heir Som- ieney numbem New xxx Stull' lux' tlxt-xxx :xml lx:xw cxx-xxpt-x':xtxx't-ly sct up lmoduced -1+"'E game- :1 truixxixxg :xml plxx'sit':xl :xt'lxiux'cxxxcxxt px'xxgx':xxxx. 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Nlzxrvixx Yzxxxxlaxvccx' twxxccts tlxt' V157 tt-:xxxx to lu' lxigguxx lxxstcxx :xml xmxxx' rxxggguxl xlxzxxx tlxxxsc ul- px'cx'ixxxxs x:u:xx's. lfzxrlx pxxssilxilitius :xx'c XY:xx'xxc :xml lxxxx C x'oxx'lt-x' axs :x pxxssxlxxlxtx' Ixxx' uml. llxx- lxxxckliclxl will lu- lxcttvxx lxigguxy :xml lzxstux' tlxaxxx xx'lx:xt ltxml lxzxs sccxx lox' xxx:xxxx' xu:xx's. .'Xmxtlxcx' ixxxxmuxtixxxx xxxaxxlc lxx tlxu mwx' zxtlxlviix' xlt-p:xx'txm'xxt in its cllxxrt to x't'xx':xx'tl xlcsuxwixxg plzxy- urs, tlxus ixxspirixxg tlxt-xxx to xxxzxxixxxxxxxx cllux't. was tlxc "Bust lilockixxg l.ixxcxxx:xxx" txwmxxlxx to lw F :xw:xx'tlcxl to riglxt gxx:xx'xl Clxaxrlus l':xgt'. ililxx- Left +o Righxz Johnny Pellow, Norman Lomb, Rocky Hughes, xm'x'it xxl tlxc txwxxxlxy was tlctxxlx-xl lxx ax sxaxtxstxczxl Aubrey Bristow, and John Bell were among the 'former Enid High , I I 1' tl , mn , MINI 1 ll 5 It ,Y ,- gridiron greats featured on the Homecoming assembly. Hut NN U gl it mg M g k 5 HI lu I 5' S Wayne Jones Ernegi Moody David Warren Bob Spiclxelmier Steve Close Q '- I Nt , M y io.. ' gh ' M ' 'A LL A Q y if C dy :y,, . A B Q Alxxxxcs :xt xxxx:xx'tcx'lx:xt'li. llxxlw llxxrxlicla :xt lx:xlI'lx:xx'k, I W A if xx . f L i H E A Bruce Shields Bob Winfield cm. 'lihu main making thu higlicsr pcwuiitzlgu of guml hlocks in proportion to thc blocks 2ll'fL'lllPl'Ckl would rcccivc thu trophy. Wiith all ol' rhusu L'll2ll1QL'S Nlurvin hi1llNl1lX'L'L'l' hopcnl to im prow thc ikmrlmll sctup to thc high Sfilllkllllll for which his HZIINC is syiimiyimms in coaching circlcs. 'lilirougliuut thc yL'2ll'S lfnial High School has L'll2lllCl1gCLl its tlulcnt holly :mul incinhurs ul' zlthlctic tczims to mcct thc bust in thuir class. Nom' ul l',l1lLliS schcnlulcs liuvc cvcr C0l1f1lll1CLl the NU-Cllllfkl "lim-zitlici' gauncsf' 1956 SCHEDULE Minlwcst . . ll: lfninl . l':1la1 Dum . . 33 lfninl . Norman . 7 lfninl . Sll11NYl1k'C . . 20 lfnicl . Douglass . . 35 lfnial . Capitol llill . 35 lfnial . l'om':1 City' . . I9 lfnial . NNY. Cl2lSSL'l1 . . l-l- lfninl . lil Roma . . . 19 lfninl . IJIWEUH . . 33 lfnicl . thcrc Cthcrcj Qhcrcj Cthcrc Chcrci Cthcrcj Chcrcj Qhcrcj fthcrc CllL'I'CD Supt. Scpf. S4-pt. f kt. 1 lct. Ott. 4 Put. Nm' Nm' Nm' Nm' 1957 SCHEDULE 13-Nlinlwcst City Clicrci 20-lfilalckwcll Clicrci 27-Nurmzm Qthcrcj 'l-Sll1lXVl1L'L' fhcrcj ll-Douglass cfllCl'L'l I8-Capitol llill Qlivrci 24-l'om'z1 City Ctlicruj I--NNY. Cl2ISSL'l1 Crhui S-lfl RQ-no Churcb I5-l.z1wton frliui-QD 22-Pcrry Qhcrcj .cy Serious fallls before fhe siudenf body, daily hard work and perspiralion by fhe coaches and ieam, plus fha enfhusiasm of +he si-udenfs lrep+ lhe Enid Plainsmen insiilled wilh +ha+ nunconquernble spirif in defeat" Q v . .- ff 3 , 1.5 L fe 7 f 'af Q .W- 'lg 3 'nl A316 A " ffl- mul? ' I Q '!'j f if -'H 'f aw 's n- if ' T iw ' 1+ '1-ir' li 'F all ,fi L, Ml: f HS-l as - V- ., - i- .gf .W . fa ..,,,,i ..,,- Vi , i7g,.,,'.i, 3, ,wg -MW ii ' f . .,.!i.. ,:'!g7.- HOMECOMING DANCE Upper Lefl: Sue Maflaclm, Marjorie Vwfallmer, Dale Moxley, and Glenda Brailhwaife. Upper Right Alumni couples nnicy Homecoming Dance, among them Margalef Dobbyn, lhe I937 fooiball queen, now Mrs. Eugene McKnigh'r, dancos wilh her husband and Mr. and Mrs. Kenncfh Zaloudelc and friends. Middle: Leffy Golfry, Joan Phillips and Judy Denfon. Middle Righf: Miss Rufh Moore, Johnny Walker, Judy Denlon, Kay Mason, L:-:Hy Goliry, Judy Grove, Barbara Holden, Barbara Auiry, Margaref Dobbyn McKnigh+, and D. Bruce Selby, welcome guosfs. Boffom Lelf: Slage Band direcirid by John Hinlcle. Bollom Righ+: Ray Farranl inlerviewinq Plainsmen fafhers. JIM STROUP JOHN WALOR Head Basketball Coach Assistant Basketball Coach TATE BA KETBA Jerry Keeling, Jerry Long, and Don Carey are poised for an interception from the Ponca Wildcats. David Mills Paul Burdick Don Carey LL CHAMPIO Iht- l'?5f l',l1Itl l,lillllSlllL'l1 lTllSliL'.fl111l.l Sllllvllkl was p1'11L'tlt'11lly'a1 cumplutt- Huw Ofglllllllllltlll with Coucli -lim Stroup just this SUZISIHI flllilllg on-1' tht- pusiticm ul' hczul halslicthaill L'02lL'lI. 'limi nmlit' things lllUl'L' tliHicult. Lillllfll Stmup haul practi- czlllx' am alll grccii ICZIIH consisting mainly ull -lunumrs. Thu l'i.l IS. czlgt-rs upuiictl thcir Stllwlll with tht' U7Lll'I1lllIlL'I1f hultl Zlllllllllllf at l'3HI'QL'l', luxnis. lfnitl ll1L'fLlCliL'2lf in tht-ir lirst tilt with tht' pmx'ui'- liul l3m'gci' livc. 7.3--H. hut luntlunwnrnil mistaxkus ul il gm-uni tczim ziumtilitt-tl Im' such tlclcalt. lzmtl i'uturm-tl tht' ncxt night to tluwn l,uhlmt'k, 'lit-xus. 52-47 tu mp thu thirtl plum- trophy. Tht- l'l11insmun won lllL'll' lirst QZIIIIC ol' thc pzlst LilIl'iSfIN2lS sczistm l-rum Nm'tl1wcst flzlsscn ful-45. Rchoumls tultl tht- tlihciwiiu' with l'initl's 34 tu Lil1lSSL'H'S S lim' tht' night. lfnitl tlculizxtctl thu lilzlukxvcll NIZIVIHHIS -Hi-.W lvclimm' ont' ol' tht' lzlrgvst ci'mx'tls cvci' tu witiiuss I-,.ll.5,pl11y. I his was tlut- to am 2ll'lL'l1klLlI1L't' pru- motion clrivc. lfnitl cmvlitlwllctl tht- lwzlcklwzlnls thu cntirc QLIIHU. l his gamut' lmmkt' tht- 5-5 SCQISUII tic Im' lznitl. 4011 -l 1 s - Jerry Keeling Bob Hayes - f Q Q i Hi? , f 1 al' Q 4:11110 Top Row: P, Burdic11, B, Burdick, Roe, D. Ladd, Harrison, Hayes. Boffom Row: Thrasher, Maddox, Durham, Long, Carey, Keeling, 1111- l,111111S111L'11 11'1111 111'1-1' C111111111 11111 43-34 . 1C Zg , 'x.it . 111 .1 11.11111 111111 5.111 .1 11115 111.1 11.111 1 11 1111 S1-1111111 111111 21 1'1111-1111111 1111' 1611111 11'h1-11 17 p111111s L11111NKl1 1111 1111111 1111111 1 111 1YL'l'1' ' 1 " ' 1211111 11'1111 115 L'1g11t11 111 1111- s1-11s1111 1'1c1111'1' 1111-1' 11 L' 1711111111155 5-1--13 111 11 1'111sc, 1111'111111g, 11111- 'J . . h 211111-1l11'1i 1115111. 1QL'L'11l1Q 11-11 1111- SC1l1'1I1Q 111111 -11 11111111s 111 his 1'1'1-1111. l11L' 1211111 1111 1111-1 111-11-111 111 1111- 111111115 111 S1111xY11K.'L' 511--111. l'11L' 111's1 111111 s1111' 21 1'111s1- s1'111'1- 111111 I11111111' 11 111- 11s 1111- 111111 Lx11L1cL1. 13111-s1'111'1-11'11s llglllll 111-11 111 1111- 111111111 111.1111-tL'1. 42-42, 11111 11s 1111- 11151 1111'1-1- 11111111tL'S 111'11c11 1111, S111111'111-1- 1,L111LxL1 111111 11I1' 111111. 11111- 111' 1'111111's 1'111s1-st g111111-s 11118 1111- 11'111 111'1-1' .'x1Y11 -111--11, 1111- 11'111'11s 13L'111g 111-11 11-11 t1111L'S L1LIl'- ing 1111- 1-1'1-11111g. 1X11111111g11 1211111 11'11s 111111 11111111- 111 1111- M111-511111 LNKI111-C1-C11L'L', L11L' 111ss 111 S111l1V11L'L' 111 1111- 111s1 g11111L' 11111K1L' t11Lx111 111-1111 11111 111' 1111- 11s1111g. 1111111 11'111'1-11-11 111 1111- R1-g11111111'1'11111'11c1' 111 111111 111's1 1111111-, 1111s11111g 1111-111s1-11'1-s 111111 S11111- 111111: 3 Y ' 111 111' -'. 111 11111- 111116 111-11 1111' 51-1- .1 11L: 1 11111151111-11 1111-1 1 11-111-11 L111' 1111- hrst 11lg1lf, Jerry Keenngx up and may showing his expert defensive play L1L'1L'1lt111g 1111-111 30-35, 11'11h 1111- g111111- 111-11 111'11'c 6, he ,n,,+Che, C, rebound from a Shawnee player, Howard Roe Q 5' 1 - al Gary Thrasher Leonard Harrison ll. 1-.....f"' Boi: Burdick David Ladd BGL Top Row: Paflerson lManagerl, Edwards, Ellsworfh, Hifchcoclr, Brisben, Manning. Second Row: Holfzen, Stephens, Winfield, Pearson, Spiclrelmier, Hollis. Bolfom Row: Nelson, Lewis, Lansdon, Moore, Munger. TATE BA KETBA Don Carey is fied for ihe rebound with a clawing Ponca Wildcat. Jerry Long Wayne Durham LL CHA PIO in tht- cvcning. Thcy1nctSlmwnt-c the ncxt night, klL'liC2lflI1Q,'l'l1UlI1 42-39 2llifCl'lTCll1QLlUXYl1 I4 points in tht- lirst pt-rionl. lfnitl hit thc Stats 'li0lIl'l12llllCllfS, Lltlitilflllg Duncan thc first night 46-39. Thu l,l1lll1Sl11CI1 thcn took on tht- mighty Hklzl- honm City Douglass 'lil'U'l2lI1S Stutc lfootlwzill Champs now making 21 hitl for the Starts lizrskut- hall Crown, hut thu lfnicl l,l1lll1Sll1L'l1 put 21 stop to thcir plans. Ar thc hall' tht- llluinsincn haul il 13 point It-ntl untlcr thcir hclt, hut with just ll licw sccontls lclit in tht- game tht- Trojans tit-tl tht- knot 49-49, hut not hcforc fouling -lorry Kccling, who casual thc lyl2lll1Sl'llL'I1 to ll 50-49 Stzltc Chzunpionship with his wcll plziccal lircc throw. Kccling, hflzlnhlox, :tml Durhunl hit ll zlpiccc while Long was closc lwhintl with S to tlivitlt- the high point honors. Throughout tht- scnson Kccling wus tht- ltwul- ing scorcr. 'lihc SCZISOH ht-gain with thru' lcttcrlncn. C11 rcy, Kccling, :incl Long. l.ong ht-ing 11 -Iunior, along with Durham, Nlaulclox :incl llurtlick, will lu' cx- pcctctl to lt-:ul thu l,llllllSlllL'I1 next ycur. Jim Maddox nl ..... Vi. ff Top Row: Mr. Bill Brown, Conrad Marler, Gary Helberg, Howard Roe, Don Carey, Jerry Keeling, Cecil Smifh, Raymond Dunbar, Bill Shook. Second Row: Don Hair, Larry Gregory, Rick Warren, Bobby Aflzinson, Charles Page, Don Karns, John Manning. BoHom Row: Pai McGugin, Eldon Young, Larry Geurlrinlr, Richard Krey, Max Delifenbaugh. BA EBALL 'lihc l'i.l l.S. haschall tcain hatl what might hc tcrnictl a hantlicappctl scason with ll coniplctcly ncw coaching stall antl unusually inclcnicnt wcathcr hintlcring hoth practiccs and gamcs. Coach Bill Brown lctl thc IC.ll.S. tliainoncl lightcrs through hall' ol' thc scason with 3-3 stantlings hclorc rcpcating ganics with thcir opponcnts. 'lihc scason was consitlcrctl to hc cxccllcnt in vicw ol' tht- postponcmcnts tluc to wcathcr, anal on thc night ol' tht- crowning of thcir lovcly Spring Sports Quccn, hliss Kay Nlason, thc ganlc haul to hc postponctl nluc to powcr liailurc. llcr two charming attcntlants wcrc Nliss .lanct -Ioncs anal Miss .Iotly Uozicr. As thcy say. it was six ol' onc or hall' a tlozcn ol' thc othcr lor this '57 tcznn. lfor thc lirst gamc ol' thc scason thc 15.1 l.S. hall tcain inct Ciarhcr, tlclcating thcin 14-9 with Larry lircgory pitching through thc sixth inning antl lioh Atkinson linishing up. 'l'hc sccontl ganic ol' thc scason saw thcir luck still holtling out as thcy tlclcatctl Alva 2-ll with Richartl Krcy tloing tht- pitching honors. N. XY. Classcn introtlucctl tlclcat to thc lfnitl tcain, tlclcating tht- l'1.Il.S.'t-rs l-ll in thc last ol' tht- 7th, liig Boh Atkinson hurlctl for lfinitl. Capitol llill tlitln't allow lfnitl to gct hack in thc win column cithcr, tlclcating Atkinson's arm 4-3 in tht- Sth inning. Ciarhcr tlitl a switch on thc lfnitl tcani, tlclicat- ing thcni 3-ll, a complctc turn from thc first gamc which lfnitl took with casc. Clary 'fhrashcr anal Richard Krcy sharcal thc niountl anal also thc loss. lfnitl mct Shawncc in thc lirst ganic ol' a tlouhlc-hcaclcr, tlcfcating thcni I-0 in thc last ol' the 7th inning with Don Carcy pitching to Rick kYarrcn. Thc sccontl gamc was postponctl chic to wcathcr anal powcr liailurc. Ciratluating scniors who saw action this ycar wcrc: Qntl hascnian, l lowarcl Roc: 3rtl hascinan, .lcrry Kccling: lst hascman antl pitchcr, Iioh At- kinson: lcft licltl, Uon Carcy: ccntcr licltl, Don Karns: right licltl, Hob llays: catchcrs, Rick Vkarrcn anal Charlcs Pagc. Heavy hifler Charles Page slams a line drive between first and second base for a 'two-bagger againsf Alva. Top Row: Badgley, Hynson, Wheeler, Daughfery, Harrison, Wafkins, Keeling, Gibson, Walfers, Lewis, Shields, Reems, Tale, Francis, Chesfnuf, Parish, Madison, Duncan. Second Row: Davis, Klein, Kliewer, Campbell, Brogdon, Wall, Ladd, Fell, Burdick, Brown, Werner, Pendlelon, Parker, Holi. Bottom Row: Wallrer, Spickelmier, Moody, Roe, Robinson, S+ephens, Holfzen, Turner, Weldon, Priebe, Munger. TRACK XYith tht- i111111gL11'11tio11 ol' ll ncw CU2lCl1ll1Q sys- tt-111, ll ncw truck Pl'Ugl'lllll w11s i11t1'o1luCc1l to l'i11i1l lligh School's spring sports. .lack Yvchh, 2lSSlSfL'Kl hy Nl1ll'N'll1 hy11l1Ll1lVCCI' Zllltl john hhvillllll i11iti11tc1l 11 tl11'1-1' poi11t t1'111'k p1'og1'11111 1lcsig11ccl to h11il1l 1111- i111li1'i1l1111l t1':11'k1111111 witl1 tht- go11l ol' 21 huttci' t1'11cl4 tt-11111 i11 111i111l. .lL'l'l'y Kccling was Jerry Keeling, versa+ile athlefe, iries his feel al fhe low hurdles in en af+ernoon workout on the new 'rraclr behind the school building. .-A tht- only l'CflII'I1lllQ lcttu1'1111111. l11tc1'cst in fI'l1L'li wus falling oH yt-111' l!l.l'CI' f'L'21l'. This XYHS tht- h11sis for Couch YVchh's nuw plan, to i11tc1'cst 111o1'c young uthlctcs ill Ctlllllllg out lor tht' sport ol' the ci111lc1's. llis l3LlllLlll1Q p1'og1'11111 consistutl li1'st ol' 1111 11111111111 int1'11111111'11l class 1111-ct i111livi1l1111ll1' ZIIIIUIIQ S0pl10lNOI'L'S, -luniors, 11n1l Scniors witl1 l'llHlWHl1S gtllllg to thc victors. As lllllllf' 115 thrcc L'YL'l1fS coulcl hc cntcrccl hy 1-11cl1 i111li1'i1l1111l. Sccontllv. Couch XYchh lI1l'I'UkllICL'tl 1111 L'l1flI'L'lf' ncw scl1c1l11lc. lr hzul l'o1'111c1'ly' consistctl of ll lcw l21l'QC 111ccts 11111l 11ow i11cl111lc1l 1l1111l lllltl tri- Zlllgllllll' 111ccts 215 wcll 11s thc hig l'L'l2lf'S 111u1'ts such 11s tht- Aggic lqL'l1lf'S, 'li0l1li1lNY1l Rclnys. Cun- fl'21l Stats Relays. tht- Nlicl-Stzltc lcziguc 111cct. Rcgionul 111cct, 111111 Stutc 1111-ct. The thirtl 11n1l 111ost i111p1'cssivc poi11t ol' Couch XV1-hh's fl'2lL'li p1'og1'11111 w11s thc ll1fl'illIlllI'1ll tlc- c11thlo11 CUIIlDL'fll.'IUI1. Iht- 1lcc11thlo11 111cct wus il two 1l11y11H1111' lL'21flll'll1QfL'l1 CVCIIKS-fl1L' lllll 1'111'1l clash. 220 x'111'1l 1l11sh, M10 X'ZlI'Ll run. l2llY1ll'Ll low hurtllcs, 70 y111'1l high l1Lll'4llL'S. tht- hi-ozitl i11111p. hop, stcp and jump. tht- polo 1'z111lt, thscus throw, and tht- sl1ot pllf. l'11'c cvcnts wcrc to hc ht-ld tht- hrst clay ol thc tlCC21fl1lUll 1111-ct 11111l hvu thu sccoml. l'his w11s to hc thu t1'11c 11111l s11p1'c111c tcst ol 1111 11flllL'fL'lS ahilitx' 11ml cH'iCic11cx' i11 1111111v c1'c11ts. 'lihc winnci' ol' this high SL'llUUl-YL'I'SlUI1 'ol' tht- g1'c:1t Ul1'111pi1' lJL'CllflllOl'l XVHS to h:1vc l11s 1111111c Cl1Ql'2lYL'Ll 11111l plucccl o11 ll ll1l'QC XV1lll1lll' Pllltllk' which Willllll sport thc 11111111-s of thu klCC2lflll0l1 XYlllHL'l'S 11-111' 11ftc1' yC2ll'. U -lohn Iwlt. SUpl10l1l1lI'L', llllkl lioh Spi1'kcl111i1'1', -lunior, l'CPl'CSCl1l.'L'Ll lfnitl lligh ill tht- Stzltc lfi- n11ls ill tht- 111ilc 1'1111 :1t NlJl'lIl1lI1. lgL'l.Ul'L' tht- li1111ls. l'iClfll1lll2l h1'stti111col' 435.3 lllltl Spickcl- 111ic1' loggcd ll 4 38.9, T111-y11't-1-1-rl11-o11ly 11111l1-1'- Cl2lSSlNCl1 i11 the I'2lL'C. iv , I On the eighleenlh green Jimmy Wright, slafe High School Golf Champion l956, sinlrs a well placed pull with the help of the kibitzing offered by his fellow golfers. They are, left to right, Edgar Wofford, Larry Wurlh, Don Conner, Kenneth Murray, Wright lpuffingl, Roland Phillips, and Diclc Thurman. GOLF 'lihc lfnicl lligh School golf fL'2llN, 1956 Stzltc mcnt XYL'2lfl1Cl' prcvcntcil the Plllll1SlllCl1 lrmnn Clmnipiuns, nizulc up ul' thrcc rcturning lcttcr- playing any morc inzltchcs. mon--lim YVright, Dick Lzimhcrtz, Kcnncth Thu Pluinsincn wt-rc to luivc rcturn nizitchcs Nluri'aly-aultliiig lftlgzir lvutlortl, haul thcir first with ljrmca City :intl lil Reno, anal hzul lN21iCl1L'S llllllfll with l,0l1L'2l City, playing Ponca in zz tlriz- schctlulctl with lluriling anal Northeast of Okla- yling ruin with thc l'oncz1ns calging out the highly liumzl City. lfnitl was to host tht- Nliil-Stzltc Cun- rainkctl l,l1lll15lNCI1 lm' ll win. lcrcncc mcct zirouml tht- lllltlkllL' of April. lfnitl lliglfs sccoml march was with lil Rt-no Pluinsmcn wt-rc to journcy to Uklulioinzi City :lt lil Rcno whcrc tht- l,ll1ll1SlI1L'l1 scored 21 victory Mui' 1 :intl 2 to alclcml thcir rirlt- lor thc Sturt- with lini vVl'lQllf zmtl Uick l,z1mht'1'tz pacing thu lligh Sclmul Chzunpiunship Gull' Crown. gullt-i's, slmuting 76 :intl 77, rcspcctivcly. inclu- Edgar WoFford, Don Conner, Rolan Phillips, Larry Wurlh, Jim Wrighl, Diclr Lamberfz, Kenneth Murray. On Diving Board: Rogers, L. Lendriih, LaFon, Evans, Cromwell, Conner. Standing: Coach Shoup, Champlin, Giles, Gauley, S.iHer, Priebe. Siffing on Edge of Pool: T. Landrifh, Rylander, Rieger, Mize, Hill. ID- TATE WIMMI G CHAMPIO Thc 15.1 1.5. Splashcrs opunctl thc 1956-57 scason hy journcying to Yvichita Xvcst for a nlual nicct. Thu Plainsnicn lost this hy a 56-19 mai'- gin. Tulsa Vvill Rogcrs visitctl the ncxt niect anal were victorious, 46-28. Ponca City was ncxt anal again thc tanknicn lost, with a score of 36- 32. Thu l'lainsmcn wt-rc host to thc Knights from Northwcst Classcn, anal this timc thc score- hoartl rackccl up thc total points as 46-30, 1'Initl's favor. Thc splashcrs won thu ncxt mcct, hcltl at Cap- itol, 79-19. Capitol Ilill camc to lfnicl lligh thc ncxt wcck antl again thu Big Blue tcani was vic- torious with thc chalk marking 66 points for thc Plainsmcn and S for thc Rctlskins. Traveling to Tulsa Rogcrs again, 15.1 1.5. lost, 50-27. Ponca Citi' visited anal thc hoinc tcani camc out on top oncc again, 38-30. Thu Stroup- urs hosted thu Nlitl-Statc Clash anal won tht: Championship, with thc scorcs following: lfnitl, 54: Northwcst Classcn. 49: anal Capitol 1 lill, 10. Thus thc Splashcrs linishctl out thc scason with 5 won anal 4 lost. Simulated meer condifions were a parf of fhe Plainsmen Swim Team's daily rugged routine. ff ,f C S7 'QQ .F ff' ,,,a' mv- -.,r,-W Mmjx ,if ,ff f ff X AQUAETTE SHOW Top Row: Beverly Buchanan, Sfephani Gurwell, Sue Maflaclc, Glenda Braifhwaiie, Susie Lamerfon, and Lorraine Koozer as fhey appeared in fhe "Lullaby of Broadway." "Hernando's Hide- Away" was skillfully execuied by Sue Madison, Jean Yarborough, and, Nancy Shannon. Middle Row: Sue Mccormiclr, Janice Teale, Glenda Braifhwaile, and sealed, Susie Rogers, as fhey ap- peared in "Li'I Abner." "Nigl1+ and Day" was enaded by Dixie Bruce and Gerri Linlr. Virginia Keen, Geraldine Greer, Sharon Shook, and Linda Smiih as fhey appeared in "Siamese Children." Boifom Row: "Oh, Whaf a Beaufiful Morning" was enacfed by Judy Ewing, Karen Ludwig, and Jean Yarborough. Pai Danahy, Gre+chen Fields, and Belly Husion as lhey appeared in "Enlry." L V 4' ,rv x 1' , p 'M .ff ' J V4 f X f v OMR, TTY F ,ff or ' , .bt V- , af YQ. ,,5.fgM.:f lg , 'Y 3 li ' . gd- 7 ' ,Q ' .5 vwrxi i 51 tmdf .- v'Vu. 3 ifR"'M"T'k f bk 'M " 9 , fu Y ff ' W W -11 .ml W x S, as x ? 6"'5fl" 'Uv . A Q . 1- 49 A wi A f i I 0 N. 2 A. P' X x J , 0 f ff A sity 5 V A PM-nu 2. . J 1 4 I :V -if 0 I i I "' .1'?x'qi' W xx iq 'E . J-Q 'X-v. , , 'H'- , I ? 44, Nh' 3, QUQ5 5 J , N Z M i Q L L i'f f-F d 'IPL MQ. WJ X -Q Q' 1 Lx-5 u . J " . . HL 1 H I K 5 1 I s ' ,K Qi Q 5 f. xx YQ! 'Nr 13:1 sill R :W "ff-' L4Y XXX 49' Qfgf 3 lj A i Q A f Q A 4 X , 51' Lf' I 1. S if ' U ' -1 ,K I , .. . Qrmsf 1 ' fw- tv U N11 ,f"i-if L1 ,Q- sf f 'i ,i-EWQQ Qn . J 4 ,xx In x ap, ff Ste. , . rg? ,JA X X I ,a E 9 ,M .,,...a.-f-v-v-N www - 'si ' . K wr -va 41 Q95 ii -dl X Xwlllalw 'I xmrmz' In Tlllx xvn' N 'lk'fIX :tux 'uv Illl mu I1 K' H I' ljjr lqttx 1 :lux I uvrlwzll flllK'l'IlI lxzu . 0 . Pull flmmu f Nz II II x xI'lX1,lllkll Iulx fi'-ilu I Vs rl11'1'I11x111 111'11rN11l 1111- 11':11' 111111111-1! 11111- II 11111 1111 111l11'1', llll1'l'l1 1-l1'1'r1f111x 111111111111-11 111 tl11'1ll 1111 ' M11 . 1 , 111114 3 .'11111 E H lmmly l 111111. H1111 H1111 l11111111x, l31xr11l1111111 11111 0 O O 11111111 fyllftll I U Ixllll N 111 N IN 17111111 101111, Z1ll.1 H111'1':11, Kl1111'11N f,1Il'l'Il' K11'111 f111L 111111'rt1- fjlIl't'l1. X 1 il -. V3 w, was I 82 Bob Bish Charles Page Howard Roe Brian Hinson Lelly Golrry Karen Francis Jody Dozier Janef Jones The slillness of a May day af Springs Parl: brings lo fhe minds of all who have gradualed from Enid High School fhoughfs of fhe colorful annual May Fefe. 'Xi Sin Th hm uh x ming the lnvemlvr :iml nhl lam' rm-iniwics Dccp in his hc-nrt vzivli Si-nior si-vs, clrczim uf lwzinty that time ncvcr fnmlm-N That will lw remclnlwrvil fur timclvss mlcvzu nothing clceply iinprussn-ml in caivli mind A 5l'l'llL' that unc will ne'vr zigziin finul A clay for which :ill Sl'llifH'4 xxnit c glorious clay nf thcir min ihlilf Vi-tc. As the ahzixlmvy Ire-Us gcntly suznvcl Anil thc rippling lake sfvftly plnyul, silcnt hush Cxlmc' liver the rruwil The procession lx-gang mir Hug, sn pr: :ill girls strcw Hnwcrs :is thu' pawn-cl Ilizlt softly settled vin the grass, null. The frown was lmrm- un :l pillim nf whitc liy :1 vim- littlv lmy with his fain' :ill :ilight Nvxt UZIITN' the must iinpnrtzint of :ill il h 1 ilu ilnl so I.ill, The Queen nf Nlzly 111' 1-' "1 The' littlc girls whn 1':1i'ricd hm-r Irziin NX: ilu nn hun l it nu "th fziccs 1 'z I git ' :i gn -. Thu flllill couple- lm-cl ihvir vnurt XX l l ind thur 'itl lWL'ZllIIillll gif S 1 'A cNc'ui'!s, vlitit zi sight thc furinzlls dial ingika Ks pretty vivlurs inirrvirvil in the- lzikv. W R, , ,i ,S W: 1, 'L "'-Y' "Q-.D Jerry Keeling Herald lu. ' X lie Sue Holley Terry Marshall May Queen Gerri Link 'l'hc prnccssitnl rnnvccl nn 'til :lll we-rc Clflillllll 'l'h4-n it was time fur tht- qnccn In lw l'I'llXYlll'll, lQYk'l'f'0llC straining sn not tu miss 'l'h:at wnmlcrfnl mmm-nt when ht- gave her Il kiss. 'l'hun they wa-ru sm-att-cl, plainly in view, Yon 1'uulcln't linvm' tunnel :1 luvvlicr two, 'l'ht' St-ninrs dial wvll to clmosc this hm- pun' As :I vunplm- ut lVlny, nnnc Cnnltl l'4blI1PZlI't'. 'l'ht- prngrxlln vnntinnml, thi- Bxlncl playa-ml on, 'l'hc Vlmrus littt-cl their vnim-s in sung, 'l'ln' hunts lwm'nth thc zirvlivtl hriclgc pnssml :Ks the sliinnmwing wntcrs in silcncc lapsed. 'l'ln- trot-s wvre' lmnml with cnlurs su bright, 'Ili lnnk :it thcm was il i-1ll1llltlllS sight. The Mnypulcs wurv Ullllllll to il snft inclntly Nu unc shnll tnrgt-t that swm-ct rcvt-riv. 'lihc pngvnnt had vsnm-, thc Man' Qin-mi vruwncml, 'l'hc vlmrns hntl sung :intl tht- Mnvpnlcs wound, Sunni' Stniurs we-rc happy, stunt- lnmul thrir hands, 'l'hc nlml clnys wcrv uvcr, tlicn-'ml lu' new onus lllSIt'Zlil. liultlt-n rnys ut' snnsct glintt-al through thu park, 'l'ln-sc visions nt' llnppincss in-'ll hnld clvnr tu nnr ht-nrt, lliunghts will ln' smttcrccl like pt-tails in thc lwrec-lc, 1 lint this mln will ln mhui hell i l' ' ' .' 1-' ' ' ' "5 ' Il lllgL'I'IIlg lIlt'1Iltll'l0S. yy! Johnny Wallrer James Pride Don Carey Kay Mason Claudia Shannon Judy Tatt A lovely accent to the wooded background is the mirrored myriad colored formal procession ot Senior girls who are escorted by Senior boys in this most cherished tradition of spring. R? C! Top Row: M. Unruh, Beclrham, Hall, Hemphill ldirecforl, Woolwine, Cool, DuFfy, Poynor, Broolcs, Hamilfon, King, Gales, Craig, Moore, Lilson, Waggerman, Tre-sner. Fourlh Row: Siria, Crabs, Slrellon, Dudley, E. DeVaul+, Peclt, M. DeVaul?, Gaskill, Kvasniclra, Carler, Marlin, Hosltins, Bray, Hifchcoclc, Joy Moxley, L. Green, Dee, Mills, Garber, Goley, Lansdcn, Snowden, Hume, Langltier, B. Green, Wallrer lchaplainl. Third Row: Gasaway, E. A. Hilchcoclt, Spurgin, Lalchaw, Mccoolm, Unruh, Edwards, Woolwine, Garrcll, Coffey, Weller, Aclon, McCubbins, Aslahl, Brillon, Thurman, Owens, Deighlon, Widney, Goode, Albrighl, Harmon, Schroclm, Freidline, Miles, Elliolf, Riley, Knaus. PRIDE 0F E.H. . llcliurc L'llfllllSlllStiL' L'rmx'Lls, thc l'l.l l.5. Ullig lllucu prm itlt-LI guy Hl1ll'L'llL'S fllfllllgllllllf thu luutlmll suaisfm. umtlu txx'L-lw maircliiug llplTL'1ll'1ll1L'L'S :mtl pluyt-Ll lm' thL' hzlslicllmll gauurs. Along with thL- trzulitionail sclwnl sung, "1 lui' l7il'L'L'tm'." lTk'llL'l' liuuwn tu SfllLlL'l1fS 11s"llL'l'L"s lu l'iIllLl lligl1Sfl1nnl," the llllllkl pl'1x'L'Ll such nurnlwt-rs as "'l'l1L-in llzlsscsu :intl "lnstrumL'ulz1l- 1 , . , istsf' 'I'I1L- IIlllSlL'l2lllS mutlt- thL-ir lirst a1ppL'z1r:1nL'L's with lmrtlly nut' I'L'llL'1lI'S11l on SL-ptL-mhvl' ll. playing ll lcxx' Ill1lI'L'l1II1Q I1lllI1l1L'I'5 ut tht' L'nuutx' lair. ft- bdllefv Of ei9l1' 'Wif'efS,dCC0mPa'152Sll1B band Un thL'i1' sL'L'cu1Ll sliuwing, linux' Llaixs lzitcr. tht' hauul pgimtlt-tl In each performance adding a splash of beauly l I , N ,I .- 4, - ' +0 ,he brass, .ll TIL ilklll LL ,. Il Ip LL L HI tlllllll. , Y ,, 'lihL' lmntlstcrs lirst trip ol thu lL'11l' XYLISUI5lI1lWIlL'L'SllUI1lL'- Lillllllllg gzuuu. l,ll'L'L'flJl' liL'rz1lLl llL-mphill l4UI'Q,Hl In put xht- hzits cm thu lwussL's, hut whL-n thc lmml :1rrix'L-tl zlt Sll1lXX'l1L'L' it pi'm'L'Ll to hc Zl l'z1x'm'z1l1lL' mismkt-, 'lihu wiml wus lwlmviug strung us usual. hut no ycllnw plumcs WL-nt llying in thu lu'L'L'fL' ut that gauuc. ilihc sL'L'1mLl trip was to Normaui llzuul Huy. l,llK"llLllllll'L'Kl' twunty' top mzircliing humls lrcmi ull mu' thy stzltc Lauuu lm' fllk' IN1Il'L'lllI1Q L'm1tL'st. This was tht- Lllll' rlu- lf.l l.S. lmml lmtl l7L'L'Il waiting limi All those curly iuoriiiiig sL'L'tion l.K'llk'ill'5ill5 21 "1 L-1 Second Row: Trinlxle, Toler, Grammonf, Mena, Suiis, Lesly, Wilkins, Pond, Buffs, Cooper, Crosslin, Hooley, Aurell, Uuruh lasst. drum maiorl, Beafy, Duncan, Jensen, Munltres, Easton ldrum maiorl, Price, Martindale, Prouly, Sfuerman, Roe. BoHom Row: Pyle, Thomas, Beach, Arnold, Marshall lpresidentl, Hari, Holcomb, Frymire, Baxter, Funlx, Woodring, Krause, Suits, Leighnor, Marrs, Rogers, Higgins, Dennis. Sianding Below: Poffer, Teale, Wright Dusbabelx, Hollaway, Yarborough, Ludwig, Thomas, K. Moxley lqueenl, Smith. Scott, McWhirler, Maflaclx, Stephenson, Tale, Aflxinson, Wiclter. fi , Ziff ' 77 3 ,7 - Q 1 MLK fffn M 04' L Q . L 1. fx ' gk? 'fvf L if ' f, , , ,V 1 .Y ' -f 'X P Rx I 0F Ee H o 0 f'iX4,fkl,Q 4 .fu fi. L XG I 1 1 f ' i - s ' - , 'gs t','Cc'0"3"'7, , . , . . f x . - ' z pg gfffff' 5 lwlxxxx' sclxxxul xx:xxxl ull. llxc cssuxxcc ul lung lx:xx'xl xx'xxx'k czxxm' -5 ,g, ffcffxfff. 17' ifffr J pf gif, . . . - . . - - 'P' ' ' , '- A . 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Xcxt uaxxxxt' l x'x-St:xxu. llxx' xxxzxrclxxxxg :xml cxxxxt'cx't lx:xml lixx- xslxuxl :xxx x-xtwllcxxt xuzxx' lxx taxlixxxg gm-:xt lxxxmxrs xxx tlxt- l':xx':xxlc. xxx:xx'x'lxxxxg twxxxtx-st, sxglxt xx-mlxxxg. :xml xxx cxxxxcwt. :XItcx' lx'x-Stzxtc tlxx' lx:xml xxxx-xxxlxwslxxp xx':xs xlcx'x'x':xst'xl :xs tlxc hx-xxxxxrs umlx-xl llxcxx' lxzxml xx-:xx' two xxcx-las x':xx'lx'. lilxx- x'cxxx:xixxixxg .Ixxxxxxxx'-Sxxxxlxxxxxxxxxw lx:xml xxlxxxuxl lox' tlxx' Klux' ln-tu :xml fxx':xxlxx- Lxlxxxxx x'L'I't'xxxxxlxlcS. 1 'Q -f 5 i GIRL ' CHOR l.i-zuliii-i' llic zxcrivitics ul tin- Ciirls' Liliorus was 5 . .. . . .. ,, . Iliv qumuzil " l imc lo Sing progrziin in thu sclioul ziuililurium in .'Xpril. Songs tlmt tlirillcil rin- ziuili- viiu- :mil wliii-Ii will rcmziin ilcalr in tln- im-iiiiwics nl' tin' girls ivlm manly Ilic l5l'lPQl'2ilIl possilmlc wuw: "Lii'giillc Song," "l'imr Ninn i.1l!,l'LIS.H "l Wfilkcml 'llnlui XYln-ix' .lusus XY:1lluwl," "Count Your liluss- ingsf' "Slum-liinly l,m'cs Nlun :xml H,IillL' Swain." ,Xlsu on tlic list ol' aictivitius was rin- zmnuzll ULillI'iSlIll1lS Yuspi'1"' alml rln- Aiily lfctc sclwllaulc to ilu' grzlilliziting Sciiiurs null tlic May Qucun. Top Row: Lovell, Richardson, Miller, Virclen, Gerson, Sylrora, Pol- wort, P. Morris, Morris, Gammon, Roberfs, Ruzelr, Young, Bailey, Spivey, Talboif, Parkinson, Bushner, Chapman, Sears, Manley, Boss, Fisher, CoFiey, Sfoner, Rill, Barnes, Winlrler, Coleman, Muir. Third Row: Sias, Walfers, McCoy, Cool: Thrasher, Dilldine, Allen, Oliver, B. Walker, Pash, Whilienberg, Lang, Loesch, Willems, Bomar, Goodpaslurc, Sfuarf, Peckham, Henry, Unruh, Davis, Hirch- cocll, Peferson, Shriver, D. Morris, Fischer, Thorne, Giiger. Second Row: Boslon, Monfgomery, Marfin, Van Zandl, Nelson, Hulif, McFadden, Colrer, Cravens, Sfaplefon, Dyer, La Fon, Easlerly, Scroggs, Pace, Choclricir, Phillips, Roelse, Chenoweih, Hermanslii, G. Galusha, Hayes, Johnson, Tribble, Wilson, Lawrence, E. Ellis, Sprowls, Mclnlurff. Bo++om Row: Walton, M. Coleman, Simpson, Giles, Whi+low, Ross. Record, Wehling, Hobbs, Kenl, Benneli, L. Ellis, McGugin, Daniels, Mercer, Mccormiclr, Ecli, Afliins, McMurphy, Seibel, Hopirins, Clarli, Luclrinbill, Ross, Gerlz, Sparks. A+ Piano: Jane Pyle. iff! Q Z: fi? Q ' 533 go E, ORCHE THA lluurs nl' pl'2lL'flCL' :intl hurtl work pany ntl. hlcinlwcrs ol tht- lfnitl lligh tJrc'licst1'11 nl' 1957 Ilmuntl this out sis tht-y yy4n'kt-tl tlirnugh this sclwnl yC1lI'. l luncws yycrc giyun untl ll0I10I'S wcrc rt-tt-iyt-tl Ql'1lfm.'lillllf'. l'ilcycn int-inhcrs iwct-iy't-tl music lcttcrs. l'iiyc v'ci'c priyilcgctl to play with tht- lfnitl-l'hillips Synt- phony Ui't'licsti'z1 at tht- llniycrsity. ilihcy wt-rc: 'liini Nlcfuok, Suc 'lilitn'm', Syyzlnic Roc, l.ynn lic- ycrs, llllkl llriicc ilirinklc. Ont- ol tht- highlights ul' tht- st-lmwl ycur was ut- tt-ntling All-Stzltc Urclicstrzl on thu cznnpus ul' thc liniycrsity nl' ttlilillllllllll. Attcntling yycrc: Swzniiu Roc, hlclyin Ucnnis, Suv 'l'licn'nc, l,ynn Ih-yt-rs, :intl lil'llL'L' l rinklc. Syyziiiic Roc. 0LIfSfllIltlll1Q l'..l lb. lllLlSlCl11ll, plzlyctl first cliun' lwzlssmm yylnlc tht- ntlicrs rt-ct-iyt-tl chziirs high in their scctitnis. Cliinuxing il grunt yt-ui' was tht- tlistrict unitcst in Alva :intl 'liri-Stats lit-rc in lfnitl, yyliicli thc tn'- clit-strn nttt-ntlt-tl. :intl tht- spring cmitt-st giyuii in April. Seated ai' Piano: Crosslin. Standing: Hall, Hemphill, Craig, Jordon, Brune, Thorne. Top Row Seated: Mccoolc, S. Unruti, Coffey, Wellner, Langlriet. Middle Row: Crawford, Kelley, Rogers, D. Unruti, Frymire, B. Suits, Dennis, Roe, S. Ladd, Norman. Bottom Row: Trinlzle, D. Ladd, Goley, Clevenger, Stout, Van Duyn. 1 an 5 5 'iris ig 5 . 3 - ff I Top Row: Mielke, Campbell, Cole, Sirickler, Shook, Randolph, Kelifer, Haines, Born, Baldwin, Slrarlon, J. Davis, Madison, Bish, Dick Allen, Dcnson, Hardgrave, Yoder, Kline, Bruce, Miller, RiHer, S+ewarf, Byfield, Cox. Third Row: Hafferman, Newman, Gibson, Collins, Parker, Roberls, G. Baker, Young, Wrighl, Miles, O'Neill, Hancock, Engle, Snelhen, Dennis Allen, Holmes, Webb, Thomas, Vasques, Leslie, Carlberg, C. Baker, Leng, S. Jones. Second Row: Morris, Creed, Dupy, Gibson, Cozarr, Linderer, Bolenbaugh, Dallcr, L. Davis, Hoskins, Moody, Hinshaw, Brandenberg, Pride, IXED CHORU GUY F'd1lef.Hf1ffiS0"- difecfflf Offhe fenownefi mliimc To Sing," the :mnuul Chorus proqrzuu in wlliclm both Oklahoma Clfy Symphony, fakes lime ouf of has . i ' U Q Y 1 busy schedule fu dired fhe chorus. thu Nlrxccl C,ll0l'LIS :mal Cnrls Chorus p11rtlc1pz1tc. Cluuuxcnl thc Nlu Your Tirul, Your Poor." A starr-stunlnlcal program cntitlul "Stars Hn l,2ll'LlllCH was inclualcal in this musical prcscntzltion. lr consistul ol' solos mul cnsumlwlcs ol. outstunnling purlorming groups in thu Min-rl Chorus. They wcrc lmckr-rl up pzwtizllly' by thu Cilcc Clubs. lnclunlcnl on "Stars Un l':1r:ulc" wcrc: slurry Klicn, l.1ll'l'f' llnincs, Zcllu Nlurruy. .lolm lfnglc, Don llaxrclgraivc Zlllll N11- Ulllil Ducrkscn, soloists: Kay Crcccl, Bruce Snctlicn, lflalon Young, Lconurnl lhvis, lJ2lYlLl Stratton, llixic llrucc, l.1ll'I'f' ,f,,, I Y :xg yew ggi! 5 X ,Nw 59 w .mmf -Q ,Wi iw sf ww , 3' .Q.f ,, 5 . x , ps., ff 3 'Ski fr Q.. "mf : fl 1' Q .vim :ffl 2.1 K' . .Xf,fqifgzyf,'Q-13? . K3 f E W f .. f' s Q -X-' -vm. ..,, . Kp, ,I " L L 2 L-11,1 ' 51 i . Q23 K KK-k :Sf 'fi 1 K' 1 if -1 Y ' . 1 .7 i Y, K. 1 I - Q U1 V 11 , -, ' 1 ', pf: ' 3- 'Exif'-951 91... ' ,Q-fw' NTT. iii' ' 1 W ' V fx! ..,, I 53.1 , gag, K as :pi ,gqgpzgi 1 3- 1515... K-Q-1 wg H f"'M, '51-52 521 , 11'-fi? fl fm f 2 11 ---. 544 T: Tiff? 3 Y igf ., 1 1. - .g ' 2. X .V , . , ' f a .f: Q7 .- fi 1 S - G? v W ll .N .. . wif - XS M f: Q, x. www. Aw . f Aw -f - -0 1' vig, 1 Q Y - 5 13: Q., 1" 't h ff- ' V, . 1'fm.,f'ggf3?, :Ss 53 V. , gf Q 4 ,g ., gf 1 - 'M M 'fi 5? V ig X .L,- vu.. ,rt i . x .Q l '.V. f x . W my . 4 v . N pf: L M 1 P f., - A Q Q g S x If Vx I K t Y ' an K f A K fe ' - - W' ...win X M QL' - . . X. W3 ws V L.. 1 4, Q .. f wi 1. ,il 'WK 'I W K f Q in W if Jw Q I Y' . A' ,. 9 . K - Q lp 5 . - ,,.Q:1.1a ----L fm - aw- .. , .Q Yfif A viii . . X. Aw. ' 1 swiif, 21 .. .L if-f .. l J fl Sh . uf J, ax, -FH! ,qw ?ii.if ' H . , 33 W- K ki, ' ,Qi K f Y.g,,. .. K. A isajif, L m Q hit sf .' . ...., g ,in .... ,X K , iff L if W . T2 T I 1,4-. . ef., 1 if? If I 2 fm-3 A" 'mums-V1 ,, "7 'Q-frww. DD .... 'Tw ff. lik 'af - V .,. Y, U .ILQZA 1'5" ,gm Nia. gl .1 32 526 L I Q -1 ' ligfw mf. f f 5 'a ai ... 4 as-r Top Row: Taiclel, Riller, B. Miller, Huslon, Richardson, Fisher, McWhIrfer Beneliol Maynard Coker Kenl ONelll Ycung Denfon Krausse Third Row: Jack Swank lPosl Commanderl, Milburn Carey lclireclor Randolph While Weaver Creed Sfewarf Coffman Madison Sykora Lynn, Baleman, S. Miller, Mr. R. R. Books lPop Booksl. Second Row: Cravens, Roberts, S. McGowan, Barnes, L. McGowan Morgan N Srmlh Jones Me+calf Mackey Lovell McCoy Mrs R R Books l Mom Booksl. Bollom Row: Morefield, Jenkins, Hobbs Dupy, Bozarlh, Brown, Mercer Rouse Bernsleln Hayes Tackell Mahoney Hopkins Ellis Drum Major: Frankie. E ID LEGID ETTE DRUM A D D GLE CORP Legionelles enioying lrips are: lUpper Lefll Pal Mahoney and Bonnie Miller. lUpper Righll Charlene Williams direcls concerl al Dallas Coflon Bowl. lLower Lefll Linda Young, lcenler and Lower Righll Belly Melcalf and Rulh Ann Brown. ' IT l 9 I Francis McMenemin, Tim Mccoolr, Cleo Mielhe, Kay Mason, Edgar Wofford, Brad Mason, dog, Kay Mason, Derel Schroclr on "THE LITTLE D06 LAUGHEIV' bell. "'l'hc l,ittlc Dog Laughed." according to an old rhynic, "to scc such a sport." Hut chanccs arc cycn grcatcr that hc ncycr saw such an un- usual sport as thc situation coincdy, undcr thc di- rcction of Mrs. Dclytc Poindcxtcr, prcscntcd hy thc Scnior Class, Noycnihcr 8, in thc linid lligh School auditorium. Kay hflason hcadcd thc cast as Laurie Hun- ington, a collcgc Sophoniorc majoring in psy- chology. As l,auric startcd applying hcr psy- chology to hc-r family, shc crcatcd thc plot. .lcrry Kunkcl portraycd thc part of Sidncy lrlunington, l,auric's forcclul, hut good naturcd fathcr, who licars his uscd-car dcalcrship is ahout to hc snatchcd up hy a rival. l.orctta Colc played Martha, l.auric's niothcr, who is ordinarily poiscd, gracious, and warm-hcartcd, hut is now oycrworkcd and anxious, and ncryous hccausc of thc fcar of hcr hushand losing his car dcalcrship. Thc part of VVally llunington, a high school junior of easy going niockcry, was playcd hy Dcrcl Schrock. Gus, thc fussy and funny housckccpcr, was playcd hy Clco hfliclkc, whosc "fcllcr" was llor- atio P. Iloncywcll, with nothing on thc hrain hut hirds, portrayed hy Tim hfIcCook. Claudia Shan- non playcd .Ioan lvood, a swcct high school junior aftcr lYally. Nlark Bradford, who took I,auric hy thc hand and hcart, was Tcrry Nlar- shall. Tcd lvood, Sid's husincss rival, and his wifc, l,illian, wcrc playcd hy Ualc Vvchh and Pat Ciolcy. Glcnda Braithwaitc, l.uida Aurcll, Francis NlclVIancmin, Cynthia hfluir, and Carolyn Camp- hell wcrc sophisticated ladics who cainc to Nlar- tha's tca. Donna Tinder, Brad Mason, dog, Pai Goley, Gale Webb, Claudia Shannon, Derel Schroclz, Jerry Kunkel, Lorefla Cole. NEVER "This junior play was the most," remembers the .Iunior Class ol' 1957. The credit was due not only to the line cast ol' .ludy Collier, Larry XYoods, .lohn Raney, Steve Cool, Sarah Beneliel, -lanice Uvertstreet. Steliani Ciurwell, David lfrie- sen, .lohnny Ciritx, Carol Baker, Nlike Evehher, David llaniilton. David Poynor, -lim Langkiet, and Don Miller, hut also to the excellent help of the student assistants as well. They were Sue EYrigl1t. Myrna XYilson, Don llardgrave, Nlar- guerite YVright, Barhara Bernstein, Alanice Steed, and .lohn Pash as the Student lixecutive Coni- inittee to Mrs. Poindexter, director. Dan ilihoinas. Ray Carter, Dick Teurnian, Rowland Carter, Susie l.amerton, Deanna Crawford, Syl- via McXYhirter, Linda Pratz, Ann Scaling. Del- Larry Woods, Sara Benefiel, Sieve Cool, and Janice Oversfreef are gathering second hand merchandise fo sell lo help raise money for their school newspaper. I Mike Webber, David Hamilton, David Poynor, Jim Langkief, and Donnie Miller admire beautiful Carol Baker, a southern belle in the iunior play. CE E E" hert Nlcliugin. Sharon Kincannon, Delores Rouse, Virginia Nlathis, lfleanor Krause, Sue llones, I.etha Tate. Norma liarncs. l.inda Ciani- nion. Klan Carnell, lfddie llunie, Nlary Nic- Knight, Dennia lfaton, Kathleen Roark, l'at YVaseniiller, Frank lferchau, and Kay Creed were the "behind the scenes" crew. The plot revolved around the lilie ol' a student editor of the school and static from the pests Cyvomenj who tried to steal his strong position on the paper. A very informal protest was the life of the play to the extent that some juniors of '57 may tell you that people literally rolled in the aisles. The unanswered question is whether or not the custodians had previously waxed the floors. Janice Oversfreei, Sieve Cool, Carol Baker, Larry Woods, Judy Collier, John Rainey, Sara Beneiiel, Stephanie Gurwell, and John Gfill await the school prom. s 1 lSea+edl Myrna Wilson. lsfanding, lefl fo righll Terry Marshall. Rudena Krausse, Johnny Walker, Julia Giles, Eleanor Krausse and NAIHA C l,ast play to he given this year was the third animal 'lihespian play, "A hlan Called Peter," adapted from the hook hy Catherine Nlarshall. 'lihis is the story of a youth-minded minister who won over the hearts of youth and most adults alike. lYith the constant support of his wife, he managed to stem the tide of opposition from elder memhers ol' the congregation and a United States Senator who was hent on corporal punishment of a young offender. Peter Nlarshall, the young minister, was played hy .Iohnny Xvalkerz his wife, Catherine, hy Kay Creed. The role ol' their live-year-old son, Peter blohn, was handled masterfully hy Ricky llardy, a first-grader from llarrison Grade School. Allan Talhot, the young dom- inated nephew of the Bickle Sisters was played hy 'lierry Marshall. llis elderly maiden aunts, -ludith and xlesse Bickle were portrayed hy lil- eanor Krausse and Kay hrloxley. Sue Nlatlack Kay Moxley. lseafed left io righll Johnny Wallzer, Rudena Krausse, Derel Schroclr, Howard Roe and Sue Mallack. lslandingl Kay Creed, Terry Marshall, and Myrna Wilson. LLED PETERM played Susan Grant, the girl who was douhtful ahout marriage. ller mother, Marian Cirant, a successful career woman, was Annette Peterson and Steven, her father who seemed defeated hy life, was .Ioe Brishen. George Yost, the confused young man engaged to Susan, was lloward Roe. The other characters portrayed were .loe Keating, an unfortunate who had migrated to Yvashington from the slums, was Derel Schrock. Senator .lames K. Polk, a U. S. Senator and an authority on juvenile delinquency, was Hill Green. Nancy lfiYCI'L'ttS, "one of the gang" who fre- quented the Nlarshall home, was Nlyrna Xvilson. Barhara Logan, another girl who considered the Nlarshalls popular, was Rudena Krausse. l lulda, the only maid in captivity who could clean a room and make it look dirtier, was .lulia fiiles. Technical directors for the play were Carol lia- ker and Steve Cool. Kay hlason, Chuck Page, and Cilenda Braithwaite were student directors. Left to Right: Bill Green, Derel Schroclr, Johnny Walker, Kay Creed, Sue Maflacli, Joe Brisben, and Nanelle Coffey. 2l E. Left fo Righl: Judge Gregory, Bill Green, Ray Carter, Gary Easfon, Leonard Harrison, Derel Sclwroclt, Blaine Smilli, Jr., Ronnie Hilchcoclr. Y0 TH TRAFFIC C0 RT ilihc school icair ol' 'So-'57 inurlictl tht- 2lLlYL'IlI ollicizlls wcrc clcctctl lroin thc stutlcnt hotly. ol- il ncw nicthotl ol' coping with thc tccn-ztgc ilihc clcctivc L'ULll'f0lllL'l1ll5 wcrc licrcl Schrocli, tlriving prohlcin. This ycur ai -iuvcnilc trzttlic Scnior -iutlgc: lilztinc Smith. blr., .Iunior Viutlgci court statllctl ln high school otlicizils such as is Cizlry lfztston :intl l.t-onurtl llzirrison, Scnior :it- usctl in iliulsai ztntl Norinun was introtlucctl in torncys: llill Circcn 'tntl Rui' Cairtcr, -Iunior zit- lfnitl. ilihc rostcrol' olliciztls inclutlctl two -iutlgcs, torncys: Ronnic llitchcocli. hzlilitl, aintl l':1t l5clt. onc Iiroin thc Scnior Class :intl onc lroin thc clcrk. Ann lfliricn liroin NlL'lIlUl'l1ll lligh School .lunior Class: liour llfllll'llL'yS, two Scniors :intl scrvctl us clcrli Also. ln thc- 1ll5SL'I1L'L' ol' l':1t lfclt, two bluniorsz ll lmilill, lllltl two clcrks, onc lroni who inovctl atwzix lzttcr in thc l'L'ill'. l.uthcr lil- lf.l LS. :intl tht- othcr liroin Nlcinorizil lligh liott. -lr., thc clcctivc court clcrli lor thc '57-'SS Scliool, school yt-air, ztssuinctl otliciul tlutics iininctliaitcly 'lihc Youth ilirzillic Court opt-rzxtctl on tht- following his clcttion protttlurc ol' at city or county' court :intl hcltl scs- ilihc othcr olliciwls clcctctl I-or thc coming yczii' N1 ine in thc l7istrict Court llooni in thc County' :irc l':1ul Aslizllil. -lunior qiutlgc: llolw llill ztntl Court llousc usually' oncc il inonth to llC2ll' caxscs Chztrlcs Cizitcs. -lunior ztttorncys, :intl lftltlic ol- scliool-aigc violaitors. ln gill, ovcr 2llll czlscs lluinc :intl lion ll'lI'tlQl'21X cw, haiilills. lilziinc wt-rc hcairtl tluring thc ycztr. 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HENOWETHQ REE ENID GENERAL HOSPITAL AND SCHOOL OF NURSING Slate !Xw'rwi1tofi iluliool wt Nursing Arnlvulance Service 1 Cornplete Clinical af and Laliorattiry Vue llrrvot I'llI1lf'IlIlCI Diagnosis 1 1 bln zltimli Monroe Nlqht and Uni' Albums 7-2321 Attendant Owned and Operated hy School of Nursing Mrs, Virginia Steinert, RN, .. .....,......,. Director ot Nurses Dorothy Lamb, RN ....... ,... D irector of Nursing Eduratitin El I-lcl,RN .... .............. C l"lI't1tr BAPTIST GENERAL CONVENTION Ve yn GY Sn mlm nb ml H Marguerite Lambert, HN ....,... .... N ursing Arts Instructor or OKLAHOMA H . Aihhahons: i University Hospital ,..,.,,. ..,........ O klahoma City, Olclahornfx 'lf H. IACKEY, Executive becretar'y-Treasurer Central State Hospital .... ...... N orrnan, Oklahoma IOE H. BAKER, Atirnirtistrator Hillcrest Hospital ...... ..., T ulsa, Oklahfarrra Smart I uniors Know . . cr nice place to shop II2 BEST WISHES To THE MEMBERS OF THIS E.H.S. CLASS For Happy and Useful Lives in Your Chosen Field The Enid Business College has helped over l4,tlUU young men and women get better positions, ennoy larger incomes, and attain higher places in business than they could have attained without this specialized education. There are more husiness owners, managers, ani fit-- partment heads in Enid who are Enid Business Colloqo Graduates than from any other college, anywhere, to the hest of our knowledge. It you are interested in a business career for your- selt, we cordially invite you to investigate the Eni-i Business College and its services. ENID BUSINESS COLLEGE ' Member, National Association and Council ol Business Schools ' Approved for G.l. Training by Oklahoma Accrediting Agency I wif! Yi "There's nothing like a COCQ-COIQH say Joan Kudlac, John Cromwell, Doug Champlin, Norma Barnes fseatedj, Danny Edwards and Bruce Edwards fstandingj. The high school student body agrees! MARCO BRIMFULL RED AND WHITE and OUR VALUE FOOD PRODUCTS Disfribufed by H. A. MARR GROCERY COMPANY 200 E. Maple II3 D. C. Bass 6 Sons Construction Company Bass Building Enid, Oklahoma "Builders Since 1893" l Ioan States, sulosqixl and DE, student, presents the latest creations from our Ir.-Sr. - High Shop. Tho enthusiastic shoppers are lame Emrick and Sandra Walters. Yi v , t Iackets i' Separates , f if Blouses ir Play Clothes EXCLUSIVE SHOP , Il,. 4 if Skirts ir Dresses ior Teen-Agers! , ,ivi t 'Q 4 'A' Swim Suits 'A' Petticoats 'V. , f" , 't-ff ., , -Y II4 S 6. Q CLOTHIERS s. A. WILENZICK co., Inc. North side of square Enid, Oklahoma The Quality Store The smooth-looking salesman is Tom Hayes, a junior D.E. Student. Brian Hinson, modeling the very super white sports coat, looks like real date-bait for any campus. Congratulations, Enid Seniors Phillips University welcomes graduating high school seniors to visit her campus. Courses are offered in Art, Music, Science, Business Admin- istration, Secretarial Science, Dramatic Art, Iournalism, Speech, Educa- tion, Home Economics, Ministry, Religious Education, Physical Education, Other Liberal Arts subjects, and Pre-Professional courses for careers in Law, Medicine, Dentistry, Veterinary Science, Nursing, Engineering, and other fields. Write to Cffice of Admissions, Phillips University, University Station, Enid, Okla., for a catalogue and information. Phillips University DR. EUGENE S. BRIGGS. President II5 - , by Q 6!z MILLION Q A aus:-lens QIYIOYI ,mum Hoon- 'Duns I S' 4' ffllb W. B. JOHNSTON . Q L ' SFI f, ,'-' HAL, 'Wlvml qrrzfnlxwx A fins! as old as Enid" ammo :mmm lffyugzuw I X .1x mrs "Serving Oklahoma ca. I . 6 'I 'Umm . AQ ' IT 1893 3 . .om lm.. 'I 5 M xmvzau. 'Img ' GIISIII' fmmn luncun kv? ' 312,-x5d"?2l QVMMMW d d d lp d wma mph 'h' 100 'I d' f , E 'd- nJmAuuI1I4mg mf 2 my af! pf f' L1 I s VM H' Q, IU nwpuxfwa I 1 'X IL r Y I O V ,W X7 ' Its tlle real glzlrst-guenclrerl If Wy V zfxugfy g W XC E7 I 1 W SUPER 97 fmfsfbgggif? Lie Seven-Jo! II6 I 1 tl Tom Bates demonstrates lvy in a Varsity Town sports coat and slacks to Steve 'A' f Meese, while Merle Eldred fits Walt Bowart in a Hyde Park imported Doupion silk suit i ak HYDE PARK i' MANHATTAN AMERICA'S FINEST CLOTHING IS YOURS AT B THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK of Enid. Oklahoma Capital and Surplus Sl,25U,UOU.UO Complete Banking Facilities OFFICERS A. F. Butts ------ l. N. Champlin ----- C. F. Herrian V Finis L. West - - H. A. Duerksen - - W. E. Spaid - - - - President Vice-President - C h' as xer Ass't Cashier Ass't Cashier Ass't Cashier ANIRIM LUMBER COMPANY Sign Sign A of of Quality Service F. C. B. Shaklee ---- - Ass't Cashier AD George D. Treadway - - - Ass't Cashier David I. Oven, lr. - A - - Trust Officer 224 E B d E oklaho Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation O 1-ou wa-Y m ' ma Far And when you insure, be sure it's with Thousands of Things You Need .' 'A' W. WOOLWORTH COMPANY BUSINESS MEN'S ASSURANCE COMPANY OF AMERICA Home Office " Kansas City, Missouri I. C. REYNOLDS District Supervisor, Enid Phone AD 4-4243 Box 768 II7 1910 7 YEARS 1917 PAST - PRESENT - FUTURE System rules the business world, but system can become "Red Tape." ln our Studio we use system, we have a certain method ot handling business that has appealed to us as the best. Our system is, simply, the system of "SQUARE DEAL." We want our customers to feel that they are getting what they pay tory that their pictures are made of the best materials and workmanship. To Avoid "Red Tape"-We endeavor to handle each customer as a separate and distinct "Study," not simply as a person who wants a picture. Thats the reason why "McConkay pictures are different." MCCONKAY STUDIO The above ad appeared in the l9lO Quill Annual MCCONKAY STUDIO is proud to maintain this same high standard ot work- manship, and THANK YOU for the privilege of serving you tor 32 and 7 years. DICK MCCONKAY 522 S. Harrison Friend and Follower of Enid High School 1925 32 YEARS 1957 1 4 Distinctive styling in the latest fashions for young men catches the interest of Ion Hooley and Larry Green, as pointed out by lim Gray and lay Gunning, salesmen. i' Hart Schattner ci Marx Suits i' Arrow Shirts i' Stetson Hats The Place to Go for Names You Know 'A' Bostonian Shoes i' McGregor Sportswear qNonh Side of Squat-ey ll8 6'2OM,V, akclig - ' , KE QQ 2,041 fL..L.4"Ld7. lag' E "Inf wif Q N G R A T U L A T 1 Q N S cl V.LfL'1 L2 JLMA 'ff lf45f'n fn WT? " ' lfiffi C V014 A . Ci., S we R S Q P 'S 7 ggwf 24: fiffnf L A., .J Bond Bread Af M 64 01-1 91.1 So Soft-So white-so Good wi r ,LL f-X ,Z gg 5 QU f 1 S 5 5 sl- Y A EP lust cz couple of Kids-lapping up PEERLESS 0 Ice Cream-Iecm Yorborouqh cmd Derel Schrock Union Equity Co-operative Exchange ENID. OKLAHOMA 50,300,000 BUSHELS STORAGE CAPACITY II9 1 1 I X , . ll If IN X I! .Aj N , 'M A' .-f 1 . ' N , . Qt- J 'ff 'W G 141 'lrgn' Q o enta xi Q x . 'QQ iq if X X f I 1 0 X Y 'V I" if X - R' X ' gf .4 s. ., 7 , x K X ,lr - I WJ ' 6 ,?L,5'fi5 ' 'L Q., LB ,L JDLJ ' Jkvf' U A fhlll ' ,jp JJ! ,4 bw! AIPL' ,XQLJL JL W4 M fl hz X , , zu ? , AL 3 f . A 14? ,fc-4" VF fp fi , f 1 A fd if iw ,fry V I, J 7 .MQ I 'V AL' XCJLL, W L ,L LL Lf I CIA c,JQf"V ll ,L LL, A JL fl lp L dhfvv L , O LL,,ly, if I J I2 as t JL LL! 6 C jc Q11 ,L nn L LJ filing, j,9',,4,', Ill, bg . .1 L1 1 yt Camw. 0,1 ci ZQg?a,...j2Zg6 Enid, Uklulmrmzaf mf, ' - fjfc'-W-2,0-woZfx.4fr'7--lf, Producer. Refiner and Marketer of Quality Petr6T6f1'f'nJi-gliaduc Q X, XXX in Ierry Ke p nd George Pratt, of the MSHIS Clothing Dept., are showing lerry Keelinq and H ward Ro wonderful, durable Amerie ca T ' t Eb Glass luqqaqe. lust the th' q i t y ' College wardrobe travel FOR 'k Ouality . . . 'A' Style . . . 'A' Budget Price- The "Gang" Always Goes to ENlD'S COMPLETE DEPARTMENT STORE 1' FASHIONS for "GUYS" and "GALS" Enid's Brand Names Department Store ENID AUTOMOBILE DEALERS ASSOCIATION Congratulates the Senior Class of ' 57 ' Fred Boston CLincolr1 and Mercuryl I' Garrett Chevrolet. Inc. Cflhevroletl I' Hume Motor Company CDeSoto and Plymouthl i' Edwards Oldsmobile Company COlclsrr1obilel Day-Neal Motor Company CFOICU Stevens Buick Company CBuickD ' Fidelity Motors CChrysler and Plymouthj 'I' i Q' Richardson Cpontiac and Ccrdillacl CONTINUED SUCCESS TO GRADUATES 'A' ir HOTEL YOUNGBLOOD AIR CONDITIONED GUEST ROOMS COFFEE SHOP BANQUET ROOMS if 'A' YOUNGBLOOD FOUNTAIN Famous For Sandwiches and Drinks Drug Sundries ' 'k i' Headquarters For All School Activities if 'k BRUCE WALLACE Owner and Manager l2I in ,Q .T X ln nr XX '. R xg I no ions Seniors fi-mnfgam the sf MUSIC COMPANY 'Y X v Q3 K. N.. Y Elm N -Nil-IE HoUsE or Music" lj Ei .Q A it . VYQ f xl 218 West Randolph RTW SSYQNQM N.-Mgr X ii? .Q WRX All Q5 B iw R N N . A -Xi 'bww s vw Mtv V N X .X L AQ 'NlNil'he Finest in Baldwin Pianos Xliixfitl sms. Q w x xxvllixixx ,NtN Q ' . ' x S REU xl X-'bl-N UP K Y "Q, 'QP Musical Instruments 1 5 ' Rx. b gs it gfomplete Sheet Music Department A rl X0 -- M - Q .31 Fully Equipped Repair Shop S ' fill J ., XT A Y WE SALUTE ENID HIGH SCHOOL for its academic accomplishments. It has provided the young people ot Enid with cultural surroundings that have been a great factor in building our com- munity. We are proud to be identified with a city that has provided such wonderful educational insti- tutions. Best wishes for your continued progress and SUCCESS. A Sififd-51N1kIe UG COMPA STORE NO. I IUU N. INDEP. STORE NO. 2 523 S. MONROE STORE NO. 3 1030 E. BDWY. STORE NO. 4 1925 LAHOMA RD. STORE NO. 5 17.54 S. VAN BUREN CLINIC PHARMACY 617 S. OUINCY l22 PH, AD 4-2244 PH. AD 4,8636 PH AD 7-4724 PH. AD 7-5313 PH. AD 4-5615 PH. AD 7,1611 The George E. Failing Company A Subsidiary of Westinghouse Air Brake Company Extends Congratulations and Best Wishes for Future Success to all the Members of the Senior Class of Enid High School l We Urge You to Continue Your Education Through College, l.t Possible and Otter the Services of Our Company Executives to Counsel with You on Your Future Career George E. Failing Company Migs. of Portable Rotary Rigs ENID. OKLAHOMA lllll .Stn --v llllr mlllll 1 I H.. I I Ulf' gf G Nm tif B-4 ' -4 Q in -. J-...Q Q., l A champion ice cream for a champion team! "Fueling up" for the State Basketball Tournament are the Plainsmen CL to Rl Leonard Harrison, David Ladd, David Mills Clvfgrl Bob Burdick Ierry Long lim Maddox, Wayne Durham, ludy Denton tQueenJ, Don Carey, Ierry Keeling, Howard Roe, Gary Thrasher, Iarnes Patterson CMgr.l, Bobby Hayes, Paul Burdick, and Coaches lohn Walor and lim Stroup. Congratulations P E N N E Y ' S Seniors of '57 Serving You For 38 Years Penney's, the Home of Fine Merchandise Values features First Quality Merchandise, Latest Styles, and Fine Workmanship, for all your school clothing needs. ' Long known as the headquarters for school S clothing, Penney's features the newest in smart school wear, fine First Quality Materials, and friendly efficient service, all at low Competitive prices. Choice Meats Planned with every clothing need of the family in mind, Penney's gives you First Quality ...... ALWAYS. Student clothing has been designed for every need from Kindergarten to College. When you shop at Penney's, your dollar means more! 108 West Randolph Phone AD 4-8141 510 S. Van Buren AD 4-2576 Phone AD 4-8142 I23 ZALOUDEK IMPLEMENT CO. C""'P'f"'e"'S of CUSHMAN SCOOTERS U SPORTING GOODS Carpet City Sells More Carpet Than Any 223 W. Randolph AD 7-2115 other CcmpanY in oklahoma Good Luck, Seniors PAINT AND WALLPAPER CO. 520 E, Mm AD 4,4428 SINGER METAL COMPANY See Our New Gift Department Featuring NEW PIPE - NEW STEEL Pratt 6 Lambert Paint and Varnishes Glidden Spred Satin Rubber Base New Address FINE WALLPAPER south second and East Illinois Marty Shupack Q East Side Square AD 4-3451 DRIVE IN CLEANERS SHOES 6 802 W. Maine AD 7-4254 W0MgN'5 WEAR CHICKEN DINNERS V2 Fried Chicken Choice Steaks sea Foods in Season 624 West Wabash Street T. I i' School Supplies ir Groceries la uana 'A' Candies 'Ir Meats Drive-In Cafe Simmons for Service 2327 Norm Grand AD 7-5268 Phone AD 7-0350 "WHERE QUALITY TELLS AND SERVICE SEIISW AQGHCY Bank Lumber Company FRED TEMPLEMAN, Mlltlfiq-21 GENERAL INSURANCE THIRD AND EAST MAINE - P. O. BOX 727 FIRE - CASUALTY - SURETY PHONE ADMS 7-5484 508 First Nat'l Bank Bldg. AD 7-5743 Enid, Oklahoma I24 Davies Brick 6 Tile Co Manufacturers of 5 9 A 'JACO-Qkgx 'lic-I High Quality Clay Products if it-Lcflllbl erfy ciluvva Factory 1625 s. 10th - Enid. oklahoma bl CQ QAM I Products: P 'A' Face Brick - Colonial Colors GQ M gf 'M if Common Builder Brick 'A' Partition Tile if szmiumi Building rue if Farm Drain Tile ' f'6UD'U QA Us 'A' Distributors Q ACME BRICK COMPANY I White and Bu!! Colors - Fire Brick 6 Clay H - Specify Davies Brick :Q Tile for Better Values 43.51.21 Funeral Home .-"tbl-" ixTs.'5tf.. 9' Cds!!! Yr' Xb-Qlsiqq JVM-L A26-Q t , , 1fff6illAX fbrillitw QQ Q! RTBS1SS2LlS'gEua':'3?'+ISASBLE52' Af' f 92 I CONGRATULATIONS TO THE SENIOR CLASS C 'Cece 'Qa- SYRACUSE --- The worlcl's finest chinaware-made in America. lt's liqlit and thin but strong and gracefully fashioned . . . A ac' s av' eo en o aer. wi i'd .,g4U2 glldrftllfilifiiiq Clijrii tselcliilexpgnsclge dihiglii rlonricrhs etglffiliigs. H In -L LA 217 North Grand AD 7-5269 ENID. OKLA. 7 I CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK I N' S 'U' R A N C E ENID. OKLAHOMA FOR EVERY NEED The Personal Service Bank Includes C W. L. Stephenson . IDFFI. ERS. . . President A LIFE Also: Dale Daqe ..... Exec. Vice President A A W. L. Stephenson, Ir. .... Vice President if TNQRNADO if ABSTRACTS QF TITLE T. I. McCreedy . . . Vice President ,k CASUALTY i, SURETY BONDS I. R. Thomas . . Ass't. Vice Loyd Randolph H. H. Unruh . . I. F. Bundren . . Genevieve Woqan Hazel O'Mealey . Rosalee Luck . A O C ' President Cashier . . Ass't. Cashier . . , Asst Cashier . Ass't. Cashier 6. Auditor . . Ass't, Cashier . . Ass't. Cashier 'k AUTOMOBILE 'A' PLATE GLASS Harry P. Frantz Agency HARRY P. FRANTZ . . reea . . Ass't. Cashier ROBERT S, FRANTZ HARRY P. FRANTZ, IR. Gilbert Ott . . Ass't. Cashier ALL E'H.S- ALUMNI W e P . . As 't. C h' I.grRlich?1i,dlse . . A521 ciihiif 220 W- Bfoadwfw AD 7-4314 E M R I C K ' S P1111 up 'I Chai' Let us tell you where FOR THE BEST IN - To go. to furnish a home. Local Moving Crating When education's completed, Long Distance Hauling Storage 5 ruffle plactle Iohbe sealed . ou wan W en you cease Packmg Pool - Cars to roam. Warehousinq if "'i . But don't sit and wait E M R I C K ' S In Emd Nor hesitate. Since 1914 Let LOOMIS fumish your Agents - Allied Van Lines. Inc. home! E M RIC K ' s C. E. LOOMIS FURNITURE AD 4-5736 201 East Elm 129-31 East Broadway l25 The wishes of "a thousand words" are expressed more thoughtfully with Howers. Oklahoma Floral Company Broadway Tower Phone AD 4-4302 2200 W. Oklahoma Phone AD 4-4300 CliH's Camera Shop 'lr Cameras i' Films 'A' Photo Finishing 'A' Repairs 'A' Rentals if Color Developing Ground Floor -- Broadway Tower Phone AD 4-5766 "lt's Cliffs for Cameras JACOBY'S PLAZA DRIVE-IN Phone AD 7-3033 DILLINGHAM AGENCY Insurance and Bond Service 903 West Market Enid. Oklahoma Bass Building Enid. Oklahoma ToM G. DILLINGHAM DAN L, DILLINGI-IAM TOM B. DILLINGHAM FO' Ballroom Lessons Lawn Crass Seed Are you having and Fertilizer As good U time as you should? See Good D Ar Popular FARMERS GRAIN Xa SEED CO. mm e 2602 Lahoma Road Phone AD 7-4885 HNID. OKLAHOMA 216W West Randolph PAK - A - SAK 431 East Maine Hamburgers - 7 for 51.00 Phone AD 7-3073 The Enid Morning News and The Enid Daily Eagle Published by The Enid Publishing Company BEST WISHES from WL., , ,1D?YIIS Your REXALL Store West Side Square I26 Future Customers VISIT Your Friendly 0442941541- STORE Phone AD 4-4012 Enid. Oklahoma SINGER SEWING MACHINES Sales and Service See Our New Fingertip Control Automatic For All Your Sewing Needs Visit Your Singer Sewing Center 208 W. RANDOLPH AD 7-5920 Enid, Oklahoma Congratulations to the Class of ' 57 Security National Bank. Enid, Oklahoma "THE FRIENDLY HOME BANK" OFFICERS: Ri G. Athey - President G, VV. Athey Vice-Pres. Zan Maurer - A t C l I. A. Beall - Vice-Pres. Cain Randolph A t L, l R. C. Dix - - Cashier Hart Pekrul - A t C t Member Federal Deposit Irrsrrrarite Corporation Congratulations and Best Wishes! to Each and Every Graduate of Enid High School - Class of 1957 lt any graduate ot the class ot '57 is interested in or would like to discuss the possibilities ot a Career in Pharmacy, we have literature available and invite you personally to call on us. 1 1 I PRESCRIPTION ist-Igiisf' Enid, Oklahoma ENID'S BUILDING MATERIAL HEADQUARTERS Everything for Commercial or Residential Building or Remodeling Use Cook Paint Compcmy's Free Professional Decorating Service 228 E. Randolph AD 4-7131 T lg Q E 4""- i LEARN Beauty-gurrunr Eg with the Famous if M CUMER s. DURAN METHUD ' L- of Halrstylmg and Cosmetology 5 " " E ' ' ' 0 " D 5 fa- Tr-wsht in H-rumor I if INSURANCE Phone AD 5-5454 A qeauty Ctureerlf:-mil Men ?nd Wognenznhtferts unlimited f QPSK' FS1lQfsr.?'3,0'f IEEE Sicttfl-Z wi, 'Ziff ligne f LCANS ci. . Lealin tie Colinertgz DIiJrhn Melllxioill inf Hail-stgllling y l i ,k and Cosmetology 'as taught at our School to qualify.for X h gh paying positions in the Beauty Culture Profession. -Q AL l S Broadway Tower. Enid. Okla. ml' 120 E. Broadway AD 7-4465 CONGRATULATIONS -- Continued Success, Seniors! GRAD UA TES from the MAPLE GALLERY FUNERAL HOME 701 West Maine Street of Telephone AD 4-7474 C. F. Thomas Furniture ENID. OKLAHOMA Warren Fossett Paul Fossett I27 Good Luck, Seniors! I' I. C OKLAHOMA LAUNDRY Q94 P251-K0W,p lfff BY f4.fff"fl'5f 521-23-25 N. Indep. Phone AD 4-8101 BE COLLEGE BOUND Withers 6: Mackey in 'he Oil and Tire Company LATEST STYLES 402 H. Maine AD 7-2910 from ,he CHAMPLIN GAS POPULAR BRANDS MOTOR OIL ROSE ANN SHOP DAYTON TIRES 609 South Monroe Enid We Give S 6 H Green Stamp ff Congratulations , gf, ' I 1 to Anmsrnonc X O I , TIRES Enid High School Graduates EASON OIL COMPANY Ease on With Eason Enid, Oklahoma Congratulations Robert F. Barnes Insurance Agency Senigrs Complete Insurance Service A t "Insure and Bond with Bob" A ENID ROARD OF TRADE mm Bm Bundmg Phone AD 7-0853 Enid, Oklahoma C L E M E N T S PLUMBING, HEATING, AIR CONDITIONING A Contracting A Plumbing Fixtures 'I' R A N S F E R a n d 0 R A G E A Repairing A Heating Equipment ENID OKLAHOMA 413 E. MAINE PHONE AD 7.1700 319 South Grand Phone AD 4-8311 I28 Newt's fresh POTATO CHIPS COHLMIA DRIVE-IN MARKET You Can Always Find "The Unusual" As You Round the Curve NORTH HIWAY 81 Make Flowers a Habit Not an Occasion SCHULER FRUIT C0. Distributors t BLUE GOOSE FRUITS AND VEGETABLES IIUFFMAN FLORAL 1511 N01-111 Grand Phone AD 7-3511 Phone AD 7-5141 FOR FINE DIAMONDS AND STERLING SILVER it's Q '- 2. 1 1 I ' Ki DIAMOND SHOP Watch and Iewelry Repairing Convenient Terms 905 W. Maine Free Parking AD 7-0992 Always the Best . . . . . . Cheaper than the Rest IOHN DYKES Auto. Home and Sports Supply 128 East Randolph Street STURDEVANT Sheet Metal and Roofing Company Roofing - Sheet Metal To Your Future, Seniors DAVIS PAINT FRANK PIEPENBRING, Mgr. 118 E. Randolph Air Conditioning - Heating Giffs TOYS Wallpaper 218 E. E1m Phone AD 7-1361 Custom Picture Framing C0"'Pli"'e"'S Congratulations Seniors 0' MIDWAY CLEANERS C0LD1RQN'5 PHONE AD 1-save. Enid's Popular Priced Store GRAND and BROADWAY 112-114 NORTH 11TH STREET FREE DELIVERY I29 The Shop of Unusual Ready-to-Wear ,N ',?rE.?:l' 'E' o 1 and lgybsa? ' ' ' A . " - f CCeSSOI'1eS , J W - ' O I O l Enidfs Only Exclusive SPORTING GOODS STORE W. Randolph AD N. Independence AD 7-4011. Keep in tune with the time- JEWELRY -k RILEY ATKINSON Watches Diamonds Tewelry Enid's Only Certiiied Watchmaker Feaiurinq "THE BIG THREE" Good Food - Good Service - Reasonable Price THE WAGON WHEEL RESTAURANT and DRIVE-IN Better Service for Your Watch ORDERS T0 G0 "' PHONE HD 4-9137 203 W. Ht1I1dO1p1'1 Phone AD 7-5050 Maine Gnd Van Buren ENID. OKLA. Q33 llvjyp Congratulations, Seniors of '57 S -V See Us For: 'RLNKQJY 'J VA 'f Quality Mill Work " Built-in Cabinets to 30 " Slorm Sash and S y p l t 'E .4 " Aulornobile Glass 8' Ping-Pong S l 3 !L1g,J,,., Q' " Mirrors X' Manual Training Supplies ,111 4 543.3 Q 'QQ QS' Emd Planlnq M111 Company ' D 404 South Independence AD 4-7182 Insurance our More Than 50 Years in Business in Enid, Oklahoma Congratulations Congratulations-' Seniors of 1957 ENID QUALITY LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANERS ADams 8-3860 FUR STORAGE 422 Easl' Maine Seniors of 1957 For Faster, Dependable Service s-H-1-P MISTLETOE Express Co. 131 W. Markel Art Henderson AD 7-3 1 4 1 Mgr. I30 THE RECORD SHOP New and Used 45's 226 W. Broadway Phone AD 4-5486 KGEO-TV Ls: . PARRISHNIR. - INSURANCE - BONDS ENID. OKLAHOMA GENERAL INSURANCE SURETY BONDS Phone AD 4-3232 Bass Building Congratulations Seniors ' 57 CHECKER TRANSIT Over Night - Every Night Between Kansas - Enid Inc. ORVILLE LUCKINBILL. President Dial Anams 7-2020 Enid. Oklahoma AD 47287 SENIORS, for the best in . . . Office Supplies . . . Fountain Pens . . . Portable Typewriters . . . Books ol All Kinds Compliments of: THE FASHION SHOP Visit VA'1'ER'S BOOK SHOP 126 N. lndep. AD 7-3781 126 North Independence AD 7-1212 Compliments of : Bobbitt Candy Company Spic 6. Span Cleaners if Candy, Tobacco and Fountain Supplies 224 Kenwood Blvd. i' Les Walters. Owner AD 7-2800 209 North Grand AD 7-1688 WHEELER Xt COOPER RADIO CO. 213 W. BROADWAY Phone AD 7-5980 Enid. Oklahoma ut' RCA-Victor Television Receivers Radio and TV Service General Electric Light Bulbs "e"ii3l Hi Boy Donuts The Freshest Things in Town HI-BOY DONUT SHOP 1522 North Grand AD 7-4671 I3I we fQ,.,,t-111 9 M eww lil!-vw MJ- ' QM XQWAA CROMWELLS Brown Funeral Home Serving Enid and Northwest Oklahoma Since 1919 in PRINTING OFFICE SUPPLIES OFFICE EQUIPMENT OFFICE MACHINES Spirit and Stencil Duplicators New Address: New Phone: 123 West Maine AD 4-6561 I. LEE CROMWELL MARY CROMWELL E.H.S. 1917 E.H.S. 1919 Enid Typewriter Company Underwood "Agency" 'lr 'A' Sold on Tenns with Low Monthly Payments 'A' ul' New Portable Typewriters ot All Makes 'A' 'k I 210 T0 ADWA - AD 7-2882 Sam Payne - D89 Milburn - Iim Foglesong X if. in E Y, 'MARTHA .J W my ANN Q J JV BREAD I "It's The Premium Loaf" GERALD L. BROWN GERALD L. BROWN. IR. Phone AD 7-5432 f M ' 'M A ns.. 731- l,D.62 ENlD.w ?W' 1.1-,L ifi ifMAQHffvE EJ? BEST O' LUCK, SENIORS Manufacturers of Portable Drilling Equipment AGA Food Store TA' A Complete Food Store 'A' 902 West Maine Phone AD 7-2078 Congratulations, Seniors "Yours for Better Appearance" Zak:-le-i AD 7-1248 523 W. Broadway Enid High School Cafeteria For Good Food I32 THANK YOU, ADVERTISERS! Members of the QUILL ANNUAL STAFF wish to express their appreciation to the business men and Women of Enid who have made this 1957 edition of the QUILL possible. - THE STAFF ffg mf' J ,www MJ-www Q,ff0VafjMfj wwf' W M,,!m.5.. 'a.fywWvJf-ML , Wagyu LMA ,af-f,af4M, 33m0 fWffW M An W dw h.k vlafrlf WLM. 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