Enid High School - Quill Yearbook (Enid, OK)

 - Class of 1966

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A bulwark of strength through co-operation, Enid High School has excelled in intellectual, physical, cultural, and humanitarian areas. These fields represent the four great cor¬ nerstones of Enid High tradition, supported by the student body, faculty, administration, and community. This quality has made Enid High School a symbol of excellence . . . . - » i t t | - —--—— ■ - Intellectual hev 5 rumr Ewotmr mm JACK WEBB, PRINCIPAL, welcomes returning seniors with one of his priceless bits of humor t . MR. GARRY HARMON, new instructor, forms world history into unique patterns for students. I LUNCH PERIOD BREAKS monotony of nor¬ mal school routine. ft t BILLY TURNER DEMONSTRATES contem¬ porary science to student body in frequent in¬ structive assemblies. WITH A TENSE air of excitement and anxiety players feel jolt of action. ONE STRIDE PULLS Enid ahead in cross-country meet. r) 2j ►J-—“S ' J BOB NEWSOM PROVES to be a top scorer in ’66 Plainsmen season. COACH ALVIN DUKE and Dale Holt plan upcoming grid strategy. 7 WITH A GAY waltz and old melody, Kathy Clinesmith and Richard Taylor entertain. LEFT—RIGHT—LEFT—bandsmen begin in¬ tricate routines. WAYNE MERRY NARRATES fire-side story hour on assembly. Cultural WITH AN AIR OF reverence, student actors picture a scene from “Our Town i .1 i I PAST BANDMASTER RAY BON¬ HAM, honors “Big Blue Band” as guest conductor. STUDENTS UNWIND AFTER a tense football game. - — WITH A HEARTY “On to State,” Mayor Leon Cook proclaims “Plains¬ man Day” in Enid. TRADITIONAL “LET-ER-RIP” vi¬ brates on front lawn of E.H.S. at first pep assembly. H u ma n itarian THAT NEVER-FAILING huzzcr sends scores of students from their air-conditioned classrooms in the new units. MR. DON BLOOM, new guidance director, ad¬ vises Cherry Grimm on the possibilities of scholar¬ ship applications. 14 Fresh personalities, ideas contribute zest Dawning ol the 1966 school term, brought many new additions, structures and fads. New faculty faces appeared, including the newly organized position of school nurse. Three sections of new classrooms were added to the south end of the building. North Central Association Visitation Committee toured the school in the spring to evaluate facilities. | CHERRY GRIMM and Beverly McIntosh laughingly discuss high fashion for high school: striped socks and pierced ears. NURSE PEGGY PECKHAM, welcome addition to Enid High, checks Lou Musser for throat infection. MR. JACK WEBB, Mr. DeWitt Waller, Mr. Bruce Selby, Mr. Perry McCoy and Mr. O. T. Autry receive their awards for 157 years’ combined service. ENID HIGH BAND contributes its part in honor of these great Enid educators by forming the one hundred and fifty-seven years. 16 Dedicated service points To continuing progress Respectful appreciation for traditionally fine qualities and excellent service combined with new innovations to the school to give a new dimension to Plainsman thinking and a re-evaluation of what things are important. Jack Webb presented the Plainsman head tie clasps to the men on behalf of Enid High students. All four men were for¬ mer secondary school principals and former Enid High coaches. The awards represented one hundred and fifty-seven years of service. LETTERMEN KURT FRANTZ and Ken Mendenhall try on the new blazers to be worn by athletes on game days. PRINCIPAL JACK WEBB presents Mr. De- Witt Waller with one of the Plainsman tie clasps in honor of the event. 7 Board and administration work harmoniously ENID BOARD OF EDUCATION: Dr. Milburn Carey, Leonard Edwards, Wes Mounts, Mrs. Margaret Buvinger, Allie Paine, John Thorpe, president; O. T. Autry, superin tendent of Enid Schools, and Mr. Cleo Fisher. BOARD OF EDUCATION works many long hours to put school programming into action to advance educational achievement. 18 Dynamic superintendent heads Enid schools Throughout the school year many innovations in education were initiated into the Enid school system through the efforts of Mr. O. T. Autry, school super¬ intendent. Due to his progressive planning, elementary education and adult training greatly advanced. This year Enid voters overwhelmingly approved the building of a vocational-technical school to better bal¬ ance the curriculum for students wishing on-the-job training or supplementary vocations. This school was available for students outside of the Enid district and adults wishing retraining. Members of the Board of Education voted unani¬ mously in their May 3 meeting to name the new voca¬ tional-technical school, The O. T. Autry Vocational- Technical Center. Mr. Autry was also responsible for the new person¬ nel added to the school program. Three registered nurses divided their time between the twenty-three Enid Schools. An elementary counselor and a speech therapist were added for grade school children. Chero¬ kee Park Special Education School and adult educa¬ tion completed the extensive school plan. As his second year as superintendent of schools passed, Mr. Autry saw preliminary plans of the begin¬ ning put into reality. MR. O. T. AUTRY, school su¬ perintendent, initiates many ideas into Enid’s school curriculum. MR. AUTRY speaks with Leon¬ ard White, Blackwell, Allen Rob¬ son, Ponca City, Tom Sullivan, Stillwater, Oklahoma State De¬ partment, concerning Title I. 9 Webb leads by tactful but firm suggestion Marking the second year as principal of E.H.S., Mr. Jack Webb recalled fun and advancements in the 1965-1966 school term. Mr. Webb worked conscientiously throughout the year with all faculty members. His pleasing person¬ ality and eagerness to help made him popular with teachers and students. The beginning of the year was marked by the vic¬ tory of the state football championship for the second consecutive year, a feat never before duplicated. E.H.S. soared high in student awards and group achievements in the various competitions throughout the year. In March, the North Central Visitation Committee toured Enid High. A committee representing the North Central Association visits member schools or schools desiring membership every seven years to determine whether standards set by the association are being met. The second year as principal proved quite eventful for Mr. Webb, and under his careful guidance and lead¬ ership, students prospered. As the year drew to a close, Enid High glowed in the bright light of an outstand¬ ing academic year. THROUGHOUT THE SCHOOL year Mr. Jack Webb wisely directs curriculums and activities. GENE MAUK AND Dal New¬ som rehash golf scores which Jack Webb apparently questions. lO GUIDANCE DEPARTMENT PLAYS an important role in rectors, Mr. Jere Gigoux, Mrs. Betty Rohla, Mr. Don Bloom carrying out school testing programs and placement with di- and Mrs. Nelle McCreary. Mauk diligently serves to fullest extent With a clear understanding of problems at hand and a willingness to find the solutions, Mr. Eugene Mauk began the 1965-66 term with vivid anticipation and optimism. Being assistant principal at Enid High School car¬ ried with it varied duties. Mr. Mauk served students with counseling and a sympathetic ear. He organized schedules and worked closely with Mr. Webb and members of the guidance department. Mr. Mauk was born in Enid and returned here to complete his schooling at Phillips University, graduat¬ ing with a B.S. degree in Science. While teaching in Enid he returned to Oklahoma State University to receive his master’s degree in Education Administra¬ tion. Summertime drew Mr. Mauk and his family to the beauty of Oklahoma outdoors and nearby lakes and resorts where they could exercise their love for water skiing and boating. Love for his students and a remarkable sense of fair play made Mr. Mauk popular with students and teachers alike. Mr. Mauk marked the second year of his assistant principalship a success. MR. GENE MAUK, assistant principal, devotes many hours to students. 11 Instructors guide students to excellence Miss Mary Evelyn Adams B.S., M.S., Mathematics Mrs Dorice Allen B.S., Assistant Librarian Mr. Eldon W. Ames A.B., Art, English Miss Katherine Bales B.S., Art, Elementary Supervisor Mr. Bob Banister B.S., Athletics, American History Miss Kathryn Bayless B.S., M.Ed., English Miss Anita Kay Beadle B.S., M.Ed., Mathematics Mrs Wanda Beardslee A.B., English Mr. Don W. Bloom B.M.Ed., M.Ed., School Guidance Director Mrs LaNora Bloom B.S., Speech Mrs. Lea Ida Boyle A.B., M.A., General Business, Typewriting Mrs. Iris Bucher Library Assistant Mrs. Edna Campbell Mrs. Carolyn Christal A.B., M.A., Mathematics A.B., Home Economics, English Mr. Albert B. Clark A.B., M.Ed., Social Studio TEACHERS, Mrs. Walker, Mrs. Norman, Mrs. Stoner, Mrs. McCreary, Mrs. Scott and Mrs. Goodman spend a welcome re¬ laxing minute during lunch. Mr. Harley C. Collier Mrs. Dorothy Cozart B.S., M.Ed., Social Studies A.B., English Mrs. Lena Mae Crawford A.B., M.Ed., Spanish Mr. Harold Duckett A.B., M.Ed., Biology, Science Supervisor Mr. Alvin Duke B.S.Ed., M.S., Athletic Director, Football Coach Mr. Dusty Eby Mr. Gerald Fi.uman B.S., Physical Education, B.S., Social Studies , Basketball-Baseball Coach Miss Addie Fromholz A.B., M.A., French Mr. Jere Gigoux B.S., Guidance Counselor, American History Mr. Scott Gino B.S., Chemistry, Driver Education 3 . Hats— GUIDANCE DIRECTOR, Mr. Don Bloom, discusses degrees with new teachers, Mrs. Tillie Smith, B.S. Social Studies, and Mr. John Clausing, B.S. English. Mrs. Pauline Goodman Mrs. Beverly Gray Mr. Robert Greenhaw Mrs. LaVerne Griffeth Mr. Eugene Griffin A.B., B.S., Biology B.S., English, Social Studies B.S., Physical Education A.B., English B.M.Ed., M.S., Music Ed., Band, Orchestra Mr. Garry Harmon Mrs. Donna Henneke B.S.Ed., Social Studies B.S., Home Economics Mrs. Phyllis Henrichs Mrs. Dorothy Hess B.S., Girls’ Physical Secretary Education, Swimming a-4 Mrs. Judy Hickle B.S., Girls’ Physical Education, Swimming New faces appear where others once were Mrs. Martha Hoad B.S., English Mr. Stanley ' N. Jenkins B.S., M.Ed., Bible Miss LaVerne Keiser A.B., M.Ed., English, Creative Writing Miss Ruth E. Kelly B.S.Ed., Mathematics Mr. T. A. Kennedy B.S., M.S., Diversified Occupations Mrs. Naomi Kindle Mr. Delbert King Mr. Myrl S. Kirk Miss Muriel Koger Miss Beryl Korb A.B., M.Ed., Social Studies B.S., Mechanical Drawing B.S., M.S., Woodwork, B.S., M.A., Typewriting, B.S., M.Ed., Bookkeeping, Industrial Crafts Shorthand, General Business Typewriting Mrs. Charna A. Lohmeier Mr. Charles W. Lynch B.A., Business Education B.S., M.Ed., Bookkeeping, Activity Office Mrs. Rosamay B. Lynch A.B., Library Science, Librarian Mr. Marion McCollum A.B., M.S., Biology Mrs. Nelle M. McCreary B.S., M.Ed., Guidance Counselor 5 Instructors possess wide variety of talents Mrs. Earlene Massie Secretary Mr. Don Matthews B.S., Mathematics Mrs. Sadie Meese B.A., English Miss Laura Milam Mrs. Bertha Mae Mobley B.S., M.Ed., English B.D.S., A.B.Ed., English Miss Mildred Montgomery Mr. Marvin G. Myers Mrs. Edna Newman Mr. Dalward J. Newsom Mr. Tommy G. Niles A.B., M.Ed., Spanish B.S., M.A., Chemistry Activity Office Assistant B.S., M.A., Social Studies B.S., M.T., Athletics, Mechanical Drawing Mrs. Jannette Norman A.B., M.Ed., English Mr. Jesse Page B.S.Ed., Driver Education, Physical Education Mrs. Peggy Peckham R.N., School Nurse Mrs. Delyte Poindexter B.S., M.Ed., Drama, Speech Miss Hazel Powers B.A., M.Ed., Typewriting, Shorthand r6 Mrs. Maurine M. Priebe B.M., A.B., M.Ed., Vocal Music Mr. Robert Pyle B.S., M.S., Vocational Machine Shop Mrs. Betty Rohla Guidance Secretary, Clerical Assistant Miss Evelyn Sanders B.S., M.Ed., Social Studies Mrs. Florence Scott Registrar INSTRUCTORS McCollum, Smeltzer, Harmon, Myers, and Ging believe in tackling the job at hand, which is, in this case—lunch. m Si ' Wm Miss Ruth Scott A.B., M.A., Newswriting, Yearbook Mr. Herbert A. Seem B.S., Graphic Arts, Trade Graphic Arts Mr. Jerry D. Simmons B.S., M.S., Distributive Education Mr. Jim Smeltzer A.B., M.N.S., Physics, Mathematics Mrs. Lucyle Spickei.mier B.S., English t f 7 EVENTS of the Student Council meeting are discussed with visiting Garber coach, D. McEachern, and Mr. Jenkins, and Mr. Simmons. Mrs. Autumn Stoner Mr. Donald A. Thieme Mrs. Carol Thom Mrs. Virginia Unruh A.B., Latin B.S., Geology, Chemistry A.B., Social Studies B.S., Foods, Homecraft Mrs. Minnie Lou Wheeler Mr. Floyd E. Winfield Mr. Tom Worley B.S., M.Ed., Mathematics B.S., Driver Education, B.S., Social Studies Athletics, Golf Coach Mr. Winfield Mrs. Wilda N. Walker B.S., M.Ed., English Miss Eva Young A.B., M.A., Englis h Enid High Science Program Honored Nationally Enid High School was among ten secondary schools commended by the American Association of Physics Teachers for the “demonstrated excellence of their physics programs” on April 7, 1966, when it was an¬ nounced nationally that the school was being honored with a special certificate, one of ten chosen, on the basis of geographic region and size, for the excellence of their physics teaching. Dr. Richard S. Fowler, University of Oklahoma Regional Counselor for the Regional Counselors in Physics, made the presentation to the school in April. This is the eighth year such awards have been made, and Enid High School is the only school in Oklahoma which has received this award. Jim Smelt- zer is instructor in Physics. INSTRUCTOR JIM SMELTZER explains piece of the newest innovation in scientific equipment to Brenda Huffman, Sharon Close, Bruce Storm and Cynthia Langford. a 9 TOP ROW: Gensler, Mrs. Selma; Vculek, Miss Marjorie; Schn eider, Mrs. Mildred; Pritchett, Mrs. Ada; Calhoun, Mrs. Edith; Weyerts, Mrs. Doris; Driskell, Mrs. Fay. MIDDLE ROW: Cropper, Mrs. Alta; Warren, Mrs. Ethyle; Melvin, Mrs. Elvina; Seibel, Mrs. Nellie; Johnson, Mrs. Betty; Johnson, Mrs. Edith ; Sloup, Mrs. Mary. BOTTOM ROW: Sears, Mrs. Nelda; Major, Mrs. Lynette; Fisher, Mrs. Inez (cashier); Harper, Mrs. Bobbie (mgr.) ; Hayes, Mrs. Minnie; Moon, Mrs. Arlene. Staff provides efficient Efficient maintenance required a co-operative, con¬ scientious staff which determined how the institution functioned. Twenty-four hours a day these men and women diligently cared for the needs of two thousand Enid High students. Daily the cafeteria staff provided school maintenance meal service for the same multitude. Acres of floor space remained spotlessly clean, and desks somehow survived their frequent use with the constant care of the staff. Thus Enid High operated orderly and effec¬ tively throughout 65-66. TOP ROW: Horner, Mr. Herman; Cochran, Mr. Ira; Maly, Mr. Emanuel. MIDDLE ROW: Fry, Mr. Ralph; Merritt; Mrs. Hazel; Spellman, Mrs. Nellie; Dickey, Mr. Claude. BOTTOM 3 ° ROW: Raikes, Mr. Fred; Bell, Mr. Edgar; Keller, Mr. Heli. NOT PICTURED: Neuerberg, Mrs. Helen; Winterbank, Mrs. Violet. STUDENT BODY OFFICERS Margaret Ann Curtis, sec., Janie Owens, rep., Kurt Frantz, pres., Susie Field, treas., Doug Karns, v.-pres., talk about senior activities and plans after graduation. j 3 1 ■ I n t I Upperclassmen Top Row: CAROLYN ACREE—Mixed Chorus 2; DE 3, 4. DEE ADAMSON—Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4; Boys’ Glee Club 2, 3, president 4; HR president 2, 3; FTA 4; NFL 4. CHRIS ADELMAN—NHS 3, 4; Letterman 2, 3, 4; Football, Track manager 2, 3; HR vice-president 4; Delta Theta 4, treasurer. JO ETTA AGEE—NHS 3, 4; Bravettes 3, 4; Rotary Girl of the Month; Girls’ Chorus 3; Bible 3. LeROY ALBRIGHT— Band 2, 3, 4; Library 2. CHARLINE ALEXANDER—Li¬ brary 4; Qualified for regional speech tournament 4. Fifth Row: JAMES ALLEN—Band 2, drum major 3, 4; Ro¬ tary Boy of the Month; General Office 4; HR vice-president 2; Delta Theta 4. JOYCE ALLEN. REBECCA ALLEN— Girls’ Chorus 2, 3, 4; Legionettes 2, 3, 4. GARY ANDER¬ SON—Boys’ Glee Club 2; Library 2; Little Olympics Coach 3, 4. PATTY ANDERSON—NHS 4; Bravettes 2, 3, 4; Stu¬ dent Council 2; FTA 3, 4; HR treasurer 4. DARREL AN- THIS. Fourth Row: DONNA ARNOLD—Girls’ Chorus 2, 3, 4; FTA 2, 3, 4. DWAIN ARNOLD—Palette 4; DO 3, 4. RICHARD ARNOLD—Delta Theta 4. GEORGE AS- PLUND—Palette 3, 4. RICHARD ATKINSON—Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4; Boys’ Glee Club 2, 3, 4. STEVE AUTRY— NHS 4; Boys’ State Senator; Lions Boy of the Month, Foot¬ ball, Swimming 2, 3, 4; Student Council 3, 4. Third Row: CHARLES AXE—Letterman 3, 4; Football 2, 3, 4; Journalism 4; Palette 4; HR president 2. RICHARD BAILEY. LANNY BAINTER—Track 2; DE 4; Band 2. JOHN BAIRD —Mixed Chorus 4; Boys’ Glee Club 4; Band 2, 3, president 4; HR president 3; All-State Band 3. DANNY BAKER—General Office 4. BONNIE BALDWIN—Palette 4; Medical Arts 4; Gym Office 4. Second Row: PHIL BANDY—Band 2, 3, 4; Journalism 4; HR president 4; Usher 3, 4; First place in model home con¬ test. CAROLYN BANK—OHS 3, 4; Bravettes 2, 4; Girls’ Chorus 4; Palette 3, 4; Aquaettes 2. DENNIS BANKS— Football 2, 3; Radio-TV 4; Palette 4, vice-president; Debate 3. SAM BARKLEY—Palette 2, 3, 4: Printing 3, 4. DON BATSON—DO 3, 4. GLENDA BATTERMAN—DE Queen Attendant; DE 4, historian. Bottom Row: DENNIS BEARD—NHS 3, 4; Letterman, golf 2, 3, 4; Band 2, 3, 4; NFL 4; All-State Band 3. TERRY BELCHER—Rotary Boy of the Month; Library 3. CARLA BELL—OHS 4; DO 4; Legionettes 2; Medical Arts 3. DON¬ ALD BELL—DO 4. SHIRLEY BELL—GRA 4; National Achievement Scholarship. MARK BENELL—OHS 4. OFFICERS LARRY MOURER, v.-pres., Carolyn Specie, sec., Susie Strickler, treas., Bob Newsom, pres., and Claudia Edwards meet informally at her home. .Dkg I -sc r M v accomplish new scholastic excellence Top Row: DANIEL BENNETT—Orchestra 2, 3, 4; Usher 4. BETTY BENTLEY—Bible 4. ALICE BEST. PAULA BEST —OHS 4; Girls’ Chorus 2; HR secretary-treasurer 3. LARRY BISCHOFF—Football 2; Palette 4. MARK BLACKLEDGE. Seventh Row: BILL BOEDEKER—DE 3, 4. MIKE BOI- LEAU—Boys’ State; Swimming 2, 3, 4; General Office 4; Band 2, 3, 4; Delta Theta 4. VICKI BOLER—OHS 2, 3, 4; Class Secretary 2; Basketball Queen; Kiwanis Girl of the Month; HR president 3, 4. JOLENE BOND—NHS 3; OHS 3; Mixed Chorus 2. TIM BOOZE—Journalism 4; Palette 2, 3, 4. GARY BOYLE—Letterman 3, 4; Basketball 3, cap¬ tain 4; Student Council 2, 3, 4. Sixth Row: RONALD BRAKHAGE—OHS 2, 3, 4; DO 4. ROSALIND GAIL BRANCH—Bravettes 2, 3, 4; Bible 4; Medical Arts 3, 4; GRA 3, vice-president 4. BECKY BRANDT—NHS 3, 4; Girls’ State, State Supreme Court Justice, Outstanding Citizen; Senior Play; NFL 2, 3, presi¬ dent 4; Elks Leadership Award. JACK BRANSTETTER— OHS 2. LINDA BRAWNER—Girls’ Chorus 2. GARY BREI- TENKAMP. Fifth Row: DORENA BREWER—Girls’ Chorus 3, 4; Bible 4: Band 2; GRA 4. LORETTA BRIDGES—Bravettes 2, 3, 4; Girls’ Chorus 2, 3, 4; Palette 4. CURTIS BROOKS. HAR¬ VEY BROOKS—Journalism 4; DE 3, 4. RAYMOND BROWN- Bible 4; DO 3, 4; Band 2, 3, 4. RONALD BROWN—Phillips Art Scholarship. Fourth Row: RUSS BROWN—Phi Epsilon 4; HR president 4. MARILYN BRYSON—Bravettes 2, 3, 4; Chorus Queen Attendant 4; Mixed Chorus 3, 4; Girls’ Glee Club, president 4; Creative Writing Anthology Editor 4. GLEN BUCH¬ ANAN—Letterman 4, Football 2, 3, 4; Football Escort; Bible 4. treasurer. JENNIE BUCKLES—Bible 4. JANICE BUCK¬ NER—Band 2, 3, 4. KAREN BUKACEK—NHS 4; Lions Girl of the Month; Lew Wentz Scholarship; Student Council 3; FTA 2, 3, social chairman 4. Third Row: DOUG BLTLLER—Tennis 3, 4; Journalism 4; Hi-Y 3, chaplain; Thespian 4; HR vice-president 2, 3, 4. LARRY BULLER Phi Epsilon 4; Thespian 4; Senior Play. LINDA BULLER—Bravettes 2, 3, 4; Activity Office 3. KATHA BURDETT—Bravettes 2; DE 4; Thespian 3; NHS 3; Bible 3. VIOLETA BURDG—Bravettes 2; Girls’ Chorus 2, 3; Palette 3; DE 4. BETTY BURGESS—Girls’ Chorus 2; Bible 4. Second Row: JIM BURNETT—Mixed Chorus 2, 3, King attendant 4; Bible 4; HR secretary-treasurer 4; Latin news¬ paper reporter 4. ALAN BURPO. JERRY BURRIS—Bible 4. RICKY BUSHNELL—Bible 4, president; Band 2, 3, chap¬ lain 4; Student Council 2, 4. CAROLYN CALDWELL— NHS 3, 4; OHS 2, 3, 4; Bravettes 2, 3, 4; FTA 2, 3, 4; GRA 2, 3, 4. STEVE CAMPBELL. Bottom Row: CHARLES CANTELLAY—Palette 2, 3; Print¬ ing 4; DO 4. MIKE CARMICHAEL—Swimming 3, 4; Ten¬ nis 4; Bible 4. JEAN CARNELL—Mixed Chorus 3, 4; Girls’ Chorus 2; Legionettes 2, 3, 4; Medical Arts 2, 3. RAE ELLEN CARR—Bravettes 2, 3; Mixed Chorus 3, 4; Girls’ Chorus 2; FTA 3. STEVE CARVER—Band 2, 3, 4. DONNA CHAMBLESS—OHS 3. 33 Personalities determine versatility Top Row: RITA CHASE—NHS 3, 4; OHS 2; Band 2, 3, 4: Medical Arts 2, 3, treasurer 4; Delta Theta 4. JEAN CHRIS¬ TENSEN—NHS 3, 4; OHS 2, 3, 4; National Merit Finalist 4; Medical Arts 4; Delta Theta 4. CHARLES CLARK— Palette 3, 4; Printing Club 4; Band 2, 3, 4. DANNY CLARK —Boys’ State 3 ; Boy of the Month Briggs, Lions 4; Band 2, 3, vice-president 4; Student Council 4. TOMMY CLARK— Letterman 4; Escort basketball co-captain; Athletics 2, 3, 4: Basketball, Golf 4; HR president 4. JOYCE CLAY—Brav- ettes 2, 3; Mixed Chorus 3, 4; Bible Club 4; Delta Theta 4. Seventh Row: KATPIY CLINESMITH—OHS 4; Queen At¬ tendant Football, May, Chorus; Mixed Chorus 3, secretary 4; Bible, treasurer 4; HR president 2, vice-president 3, 4. SHARON CLOSE—OHS 2, 4; scholarship 4; GRA 2, 3, 4: Creative Writing Anthology Editor 4. CATHY COCKRELL -—Girls’ Chorus 2, 3, 4; Bible 4; Homemaker of Tomorrow 4. EDDY COLE—NHS 2, 3, 4; Letterman’s Club 4; Football 4. DAVID COLLINS—Tennis 3, 4; Vergilian Club 4; De¬ bate Club 2. BILL COOLEY—Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4; Boys’ Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Radio and TV 4; DE 4. Sixth Roiv: VICKIE COPELAND—Bravettes 2; Journalism 4; Bible 4; DO 4. MYRL CORNFORTH—Palette 4; DO 4. MARY COVERT—NHS 3, 4; OHS 3, 4; Bible 4; FTA 2, 3; Creative Writing Anthology Editor 3. CLIFF COX—Letter- man’s Club 3, 4; Football 3, 4; Baseball 4; Radio and TV 4; HR secretary 3. SHARON CRANDALL—Bravettes 2, 3; Bible 4. EDWARD CRAVENS—Boys’ State 3; Mixed Chorus 4; Journalism 3, 4; Radio and TV 4; Band 2, 3, quarter¬ master 4. Fifth Row: CAROL CREED—Bravettes 2, 3, 4; General office assistant 4; Thespians 4; Senior Play; FTA 2, 3, 4. MARK CROMWELL—May Fete Escort; Journalism 3, vice-president 4; Quill Weekly Sports Editor; Student Council 3, 4: Thespian 4. LARRY CROSS. MARION CULBERTSON— Printing Club 3, 4; Library Club 2, 4; DE 4. BLAKE CULP. MARVIN CULVER—DO 4; Band 2, 3, quartermaster 4. Fourth Row: REBECCA CUNNINGHAM—Palette 4. JIM CLJRTIS—Track 2, 3, 4; Cross Country 2, 3, 4; Office as¬ sistant 2. MARGARET ANN CURTIS—NHS 3, secretary 4; Student Body secretary; May Queen; Basketball Queen at¬ tendant; Cheerleader 4. LINDA CUTHBERTSON—Bravettes 2, 3, 4; Legionettes 2; GRA 3; OHS 4. RICHARD DAILY. CAROLYN DALTON—Bible 4. Third Row: DONNA DAMON—DE 4; DE Queen; Activity office 3; OHS 3. RALPH DANIELS—Machine Shop 2. J. D. DAVIDSON—Athletics 2, 3; Football 2, 3; Boys’ Chorus 2, 3; Quill Weekly 4; Journalism 4; Delta Theta 4. DOR¬ OTHY DAVIS—Bible 4; GRA 4. RAY DAVIS—Football 2. BRAD DAY. Second Row: PATRICIA DAY. DOTTY DeFOE—Thes¬ pians 4; Student Council 2, 4; FTA 2, secretary 3, president 4; Senior Play; May Queen Attendant 4. MITCHELL De- ROIN—Palette 4. DALE DICKERSON—DE 4. JERRY DICKERSON—DE 3, 4. MIKE DICKEY—Journalism 4. Bottom Row: DANNY DIXON—Track 4; Swimming 3; Mixed Chorus 4. JERRY DODSON—Radio and TV 4; Or¬ chestra 4. DIANA DONNELL—OHS 2, 3; Bravettes 2; Girls’ Chorus 2; Journalism 4; Palette 4, secretary-treasurer 3. SUSAN DOUGAN—HR vice-president 2. DIANA DOUGHERTY—OHS 4; Delta Theta 4; Orchestra 2, 3, 4. MARY DOUGLAS—Bible 4. 34 of graduating class Top Row: SHARON DRAFFIN—Bravettes 4; Bible 3, 4. BARBARA DRUM—Bravettes 2, 3, 4; Bible 4; Girls’ Chorus 2, 3, 4. RITA DUFAU—Bravettes 3; Palette 3, 4; Library 4; Girls’ Chorus 3. CAROL DUFFY—GRA 3, 4. PAUL DUNBAR—OHS 2, 3, 4; Letterman 3, 4; Football, Track, Cross-Country 2, 3, 4; Bible 4, president; HR president 2, 3, 4. TERRY DUNN-—DO 3, president 4; Debate 2; NFL 2. Fifth Row: MARVIN EARHART—Bible 4. CLAUDIA ED¬ WARDS—Class Reporter 4; Thespian 4; Student Council 3, 4; Kiwanis Girl of the Month; May Queen Attendant. LINDA EDWARDS. LADONNA EGGLESTON—Orchestra 2, 3, 4; Current Affairs 4. JACK ELSTON. DALE ELTON —NHS 3, 4; OHS 2, 3; Briggs Lions Boy of the Month; Band 2, 3, 4; Delta Theta 4. Fourth Row: DONALD EMERSON. FREDDIE EMERSON. CAROL ENNS—Bravettes 2, 3, 4; Girls’ Chorus 2, 3, 4; Bible 4; FT A 3. SALLIE ENTRIKEN—NHS 3, 4; Brav¬ ettes 2, 3, 4; May Queen Attendant; Quill Annual Index Editor 4; Journalism 4. SHEROLYN ESCUE—Bible 4; Band 2, 3, 4; Usherette 3; Tri-State Mass Band 4. SHERRY ESTES—Bible 3, 4; Journalism 4. Third Row: LOUISE ETTER—Homecraft 4. DENNIS FARRELL—Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4; Boys’ Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Track 2; HR president 4, vice-president 3. TEDDY FEIL— Bravettes 2; Activity Office 4; FTA 3; Medical Arts 2. SUSAN FIELD—NHS 2, 3, 4; Student Body Treasurer 4; Cheerleader 4; Football Queen Attendant; May Queen At¬ tendant. KATHLEEN FIELDS—Bible 4; Medical Arts 3; Orchestra 2, 3, 4. MARY FINE. Second Row: KEN FISCHER—Band 2, 3, 4. SHEILA FISHER—Bravettes 2, 3, 4; FTA 3, 4; HR secretary-treas¬ urer 4; Gym Office 4. DIXIE FLEMING—Chorus Queen; Mixed Chorus 4, vice-president; Student Council 4; Palette 3, president 4; HR secretary-treasurer 3. RICK FOGLE- SONG—NHS 3, 4; OHS 3, 4; Boys’ State 3; Debate 3, 4; Band 2, 3, 4; NFL 3, 4, Debate Captain. TIM FOTHER- GILL—Football 2, 3, 4; HR vice-president 3. JUDY FOW¬ LER—Palette 4; Homecraft 4. Bottom Row: KURT FRANTZ—Student Body President 4; May Queen Escort; Kiwanis Boy of the Month; Football 2, 3, All-Conference Back 4. STEVE FRANTZ—Swimming, Tennis 3, 4; Debate 2; Thespian 3, 4; All-School Play 3; NFL 2, 3, 4. EDNA FRAZIER—Radio-TV 4; Band 2, 3, 4. CHUCK FULLHART—Briggs Lions Boy of the Month; Band 4; Orchestra 4. MIKE FULLINGRIM—NHS 3, 4; OHS 2, 3, 4; Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4; Phi Epsilon 4; Delta Theta 4. KATHLEEN FUNK—NHS 4; OHS 4; Bravettes 2, 3, 4; Kiwanis Girl of the Month; HR vice-president 4. t SENIORS MIKE HOUSE, Mike Longley, Steve Frantz, Steve Autry, Cecil Johnson and Dan Mauk enjoy a cold bombardment in first snowfall of the year. i i i ; Seniors launch Top Row: BARBARA GALUSHA—Homecraft 4. CLAU¬ DIA GALUSHA—OHS 2, 3, 4; Bravettes 2, 3, 4; Gym Of¬ fice 4; Current Affairs 4. CONNIE GAMMON. TACK GARDNER. CONNIE GARRISON—Bravettes 2, 3; Girls’ Chorus 2, 3, 4; Journalism 4; Quill Office 4. RUBY GARY. Fifth Row: BILL GAU—Chorus King; Mixed Chorus 2, 3; reporter 4; Boys’ Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Journalism 4. LETITIA GAULT—Bravettes 3, 4; Bible 4; Homecraft 3. SUE GIL¬ BERT—Bravettes 3, 4; Bible 4; FTA 3, 4; GRA 2. MAR¬ VIN GINN—DO 4. KIRK GIVENS—HR secretary-treas¬ urer 3. JOHN GLAHN—Hi-Y 4; Delta Theta 4; Senior Play 4. Fourth Row: STEVE GLASSER-—NHS 3, president 4; Boys’ State; Hi-Y 3, president 4; Student Council 3, 4; Delta Theta 4, president 4; Elks Leadership Winner 4. ANDY GOD¬ DARD—NHS 2; OHS 2; Football 2. BARBARA GOELLER —Homecraft 4. RONNIE GOODMAN. DIANNA GOOD- PASTURE—Bravettes 3, 4; Aquaette Queen Attendant; Aquaettes 3, secretary 4; HR secretary 2, 3, 4; Guidance of¬ fice 4. KEN GOODWIN—General office 4; Radio-TV 4. Third Row: ED GORE. LA RONNA GOTTFRIED DO 4; Band 2, 3, secretary. BRUCE GRAHAM—Letterman, Foot¬ ball 2, 3, 4; Student Council 2, 3; Bible 4; Journalism 4; General office 4. LINDA GRAHAM—Bravettes 2, 3, 4; Gen¬ eral office 4; Bible 4; HR president 3, 4. NANCY GRAM- MONT—Bravettes 2; Girls’ Chorus 2, 3, 4; Bible 4. JANIE (GRANTZ) HENEKE—Bible 4; DO 4. Second Row: SONDRA GRANTZ—OHS 2, 3, 4; Chorus Queen Attendant; Mixed Chorus 4; Girls’ Chorus 2, 3; FIR secretary-treasurer 3. SUE GRATNER—Girls’ Chorus 2, 3, 4; Bible 4. CHERYL GREEN—Bravettes 2, 3, 4; FTA 3, 4; Medical Arts 4; Usherette 4. WANDA GREEN—Bravettes 2; Bible 4; Journalism 4. GARRY GREGORY—Letterman 3, reporter 4; Football 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2; HR vice-president 3, 4. LINDA MILLER GRIMM. Bottom Row: LAURENCE GURWELL. MARIA GUTH¬ RIE—Palette 4. PAULETTE HAINES—Bravettes 2; Gen¬ eral office 3; Bible 4. JAMES HALBROOK—Bible 4. KEN¬ NETH HALEY. LYNN HALL—Bravettes 2, 3, 4; Girls’ Chorus 2, 3, 4; Bible 4, treasurer; FTA 3; HR secretary- treasurer 4. ALAN MATHIS, Gerald Smith, Georgia Wy- koff, Steve Glasser, and Jean Christiansen, senior science students, experiment in pro¬ gramming the IBM computer. progressive ideas for underclassmen Top Row: MARILYN HALL—Bravettes 2, 3; HR president 2, vice-president 4. DEANNA HAMBLIN. DOUG HAM¬ BLIN. STEVE HAMIL—Letterman 3, sergeant at arms 4; Boys’ State; Football 2, 3, All-Conference Fullback 4, Track 2, 3; Basketball 2; Student Council 2, 3; HR president 4 CHARLES HAMILTON—DE 4; Band 2, 3; HR secretary- treasurer 2. JIM HANKINS—Printing 2. Seventh Row: MONROE HANNON—NHS 3, 4; Exchange Boy of the Month; Presidential Scholar 4; Thespian 3, 4; Delta Theta 4. FRED HARAGAN. DAVID HARBOUR— Journalism 4; Science 2, 3, 4. DAN HARMON—Activity Office 4; DO 4. LANCE HARRIS General Office 2, 3, 4; FTA 4. KENNETH HARRISON—Letterman 2, 3, 4; Foot¬ ball 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Bible 4; Palette 4. Sixth Row: WINDELL HARRISON—Bible 4; Palette 3; Track 2, 3, 4; Boys’ Glee Club 2, 3; Printing 2. CHUCK HART—Delta Theta 4. GARY HART. MIKE HARTLING. LINDA HARWOOD—Bravettes 2, 3. 4; Girls’ Chorus 2, 3, 4. NINA HASTINGS. Fifth Row: DAVID HATFIELD—DE 4. JANICE HAT¬ FIELD —Bravettes 2, 3; Mixed Chorus 3, 4; Girls’ Chorus 2; Student Council 4; HR vice-president 2. VIOLA HAT¬ FIELD—Bravettes 2, 3; Girls’ Chorus 2, 3; Journalism 3, 4; Bible 4; DE 4. BARBARA HAVENS. LARRY HEDGE- Band 2, 3 ; Medical Arts 4. RAY HEFFRON. Fourth Row: ELDON HENDERSON—Radio-TV 4; Debate 2. 3, treasurer 4; NFL 2, 3, treasurer 4; Usher 4. MAX HENDERSON—Letterman 2, 3, 4; Football 2, 3, 4, man¬ ager; HR president 2, 3, 4; Usher 4; L’il Abner Attendant 2, 3. DORA HENLEY—Bravettes 2, 3; Bible 4; GRA 4. FRED HENNEKE—NHS 4; Nat’l. Merit Semi-finalist 4; Lions Boy of the Month; Senior Play; All-School Play 4. LINDA HENNEKE—NHS 3, 4; OHS 3, 4; Thespian 4; FTA 3, 4. DEBBIE HENRY—Bravettes 2, 3; Journalism 4; Student Council 2, 3; HR secretary-treasurer 4. Third Row: EURIE HENRY. BOB HERLIHY—HR secre¬ tary-treasurer 3, president 2. DONNA HEW1 I I-—Bravettes 3, 4; Journalism 4; Bible 4; Quill Annual 4; Quill Weekly 4, typist. LEWIS HIBBITS—Band 2, 3, 4. TERESA HIC¬ KEY—Bravettes 2; Girls’ Chorus 2, 3, 4; Journalism 3, 4; Quill Weekly 4; DE 4. SIDNEY HICKS—Journalism 2, 3, president 4; Quill Annual 2, 3, 4; DO 4, reporter; Quill Weekly Photographer 3. Second Row: JIMMY HILL—Tennis 2, 3; All-School Play 3. LINDA HIXON—OHS 4; Bravettes 2, 3; Thespian 4; Aquaettes 4; Student Council 2, 4. JOYCE HOBBS—Palette 2. KURT HOBBS—Mixed Chorus 2. 3, 4: Bovs’ G ' ee Club 2. 3, 4; Bible 4; Palette 3. JANICE HOLCOMB—NHS 3, 4; OHS 2, 3, 4; Girls’ State 3; Thespian 3, 4; NFL 2, 3, 4. SUSAN HOLE—Library 2. Bottom Row: MARGARET HOLLAND—OHS 4; Current Affairs 4; Medical Arts 2, 3, 4. DAVID HOLTZEN—Base¬ ball 3, 4: Palette 4. DONNA HOPKINS—Bible 4; Palette 2. WARNER HOPKINS. JOY HOPPER—Bravettes 2, 3, 4; GRA 3, 4; Gym Office 4. CHERYL HOUGHTON—Brav¬ ettes 2, 3; Girls’ Chorus 2, 3, 4; Bible 4. 37 Class of ' 66 realizes goals of twelve Top Row: MIKE HOUSE—Letterman, 3, 4; Football 2, 3, 4: Thespian 4; Senior Play 4; Thespian Play 4. DALLAS HURT—Activity Office 4. DIRK HUTCHINSON—NHS 3, 4; OHS 2, 3, 4; Delta Theta 4; Nat’l. Merit Letter of Commendation; Junior Academy of Science. REX JACK— Mixed Chorus 4; Library 2; Boys’ Chorus 3, 4. SHIRLEY JACKSON—Thespian 4; Girls’ Chorus 2, 3, reporter 4; Library, secretary 2, 3, 4. LARRY JEMISON—NHS 3, 4; OHS 2,3,4; HR president 4; Delta Theta 4; Thespian 2, 3, Honor Thespian 4. Seventh flow: BEVERLY JOHNSON—OHS 2, 3, 4; Brav- ettes 2, 3, 4; Student Council 2, 4; FTA 4; HR president 3. CECIL JOHNSON—Letterman 3, 4; Journalism 4; Radio- TV 4; Football, Baseball 2, 3, 4. KAREN JOHNSON. RAN¬ DY JOHNSON—Printing 3, treasurer 4. ROBERT JOHN¬ SON—Bible 4; DE 4. TED JOHNSON—Printing 4. Sixth Row: BARBARA JONES—Bravettes 2, 3; Bible 4; Aquaettes 2, 3, treasurer 4; Gym Office 3. LaDONNA JONES -—Bravettes 2, 3, 4; Girls’ Chorus 2; Bible 4. SANDRA JONES—General Office 3, 4; Quill Annual 4; Journalism 4; HR president 2, secretary-treasurer 3, 4. DOUG KARNS—Stu¬ dent Body vice-president 4; Letterman 2, 3, vice-president 4; May Herald; Football 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; All-Conference End 4. GARY KASTLE—Printing reporter 4. LINDA DARLENE KECK—OHS 2, 3, 4; Band Queen 4; Band 2, 3, secretary 4; FTA 4; Medical Arts 3, 4. Fifth Row: VERA KEEL—Bible 4; Palette 4; GRA 4; Home¬ craft 4. DENNIS KEMPH. DAN KENNEDY—HR vice- president 3; Little Olympics Coach 2, 3, 4. PHYLLIS KEN¬ NEDY—DO 3, 4. RUTHIE KENT—OHS 2, 3, 4; Bible 4; DO 4. CLARICE KEY—NHS 4; Bravettes 2, 3, 4; Thes¬ pian 4; Delta Theta 4; Gym Office 3, 4. Fourth Row: MARY KIELY—DE Attendant 3; DE chap¬ lain 3, parliamentarian 4; HR secretary-treasurer 2. JACK KILLOUGH—Journalism 4; Radio and TV 4; Thespian 4; Quill Annual 4. DAVID KIMMELL. SUSAN KIRTS— Activity Office 4; Band 2, 3, 4; HR secretary-treasurer 3; Medical Arts 2. MERLE KITCHEN NHS 2, 3, 4; OHS 2, 3, 4; Student Council 2; HR vice-president 4. BARBARA KITTLEY. Third Row: SUSAN KLEIN—Bravettes 2, 3, 4; Bible 4; Future Teachers 2, 3, 4; Gym Office 4; Usherette 4. DON KOEHN—HR vice-president 2. LINDA KOWALSKI. JUDY KRATZER—DO 4. JAMES KRUPP—Chorus Escort 4; Mixed Chorus 2, 3, vice-president 4; Boys’ Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Swimming 3, 4; Bible 4. S ?corcJ CHESTER L. LACKEY—Bible Club 4; DE vice-president 4. PHIL LAMB—Letterman 3, 4; Football 3, 4; All-Conference Tackle 4; Radio and TV 4; HR president 4. CYNTHIA LANGFORD—Journalism 4; Thespian 4; Stu¬ dent Council 3; Future Teachers 3, secretary 4; HR secre¬ tary-treasurer 2. ANGELA LA SALLE—Bravettes 2; Thes¬ pian 4; All-School Play 4; Future Teachers 4; HR president 3. RONNIE LATTA. PEARL LAWRENCE—Palette 4. Bottom Row: SUSAN LAYTON—Palette 4. DOUGLAS LEE. PHYLLIS LEWIS—Girls’ Chorus 2; HR vice-president 2, 3; Gym Office 4; Homecraft 4; HR secretary 4. DE¬ BORAH L. LICHTENBERG—Girls’ Chorus 3, 4; DO 3, 4. CHERIE LIPPS—NHS 3, 4; OHS 2, 3, 4; Girls’ State 3; General Office 3, 4; Delta Theta 4. CYNTHIA LITSON— Bravettes 2, 3, 4; Library 3, vice-president 4; Legionettes 2, 3, 4; Future Teachers 2, 4. 38 years 7 experience Top Row: BOB LITTLE—Letterman 3, 4; Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4; Swimming 2, 3, 4; Radio-TV 4; HR president 3. GLORIA LONG—OHS 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 2, 3, 4; Usher¬ ette 4; Played in Phillips Symphony 2, 3. MIKE LONGLEY —OHS 2, 3, 4; Class Treasurer 2, 3; Letterman 3, 4; Boys’ State 3; Basketball Escort 4; May Fete Escort 4. STEVEN LOUCKS. PAT LOUGHMAN—Bravettes 2, 3; General Of¬ fice 3; Bible 3; Palette 4; DE 4. JIM LOVELL—NHS 3, 4; OHS 3, 4; May Fete Escort 4; Lions Boy of the Month; Stu¬ dent Council 4. Fifth Row: MARVIN McCARTNEY. BARBARA McCAR- TY—Bravettes 2; Palette 2, 3, 4. LINDA McCORMICK— Midwestern Music and Arts Camp Scholarship 3, Band 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 2, 3, 4; Creative Writing Anthology 4; FTA 2, 3. RAENELLE McCORMICK—Library 2, 3, 4; HR presi¬ dent 2, secretary-treasurer 3. TERRI McCULLOUGH—NHS 3, 4; OHS 2, 3, 4; Bravettes 2; Girls’ Chorus 2, 3, 4; Bible 4, CHARLES McDONALD—Senior Play 4. Fourth Roiv: JOAN McGEE—Bravettes 2; Bible 4; Home¬ craft 4. LEDA McGLASLIN—GRA 4. BEVERLY McGU- GIN—Bravettes 2, 3, 4; Journalism 4; Quill Annual 4; HR president 2; Creative Writing Anthology Editor 4. BEVERLY McINTOSH—Bravettes 2, 3, 4; Journalism 4; Bible 4, sec¬ retary; Thespian 4; HR secretary-treasurer 2, 3, 4. KENT McKEEVER—Boys’ State 3; Journalism 4; Radio-TV 4, vice-president. DONNA McVICKER—General Office 4; HR secretary-treasurer 3. Third Row: MADELYNN MABRY—Class Secretary 3; Cheerleader 4; May Queen, Basketball Queen Attendant; Student Council 2, 4; Bible 4, secretary. DAVID MACKIE. JANET MADISON. DADE MALONEY—Mixed Chorus 4; Boys’ Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Library 4. CAROL MANSFIELD— Bravettes 4; Bible 4. KAREN MARTIN—Bible 4. Second Row: LINDA MARTIN—Bible 4. TERESA MAR¬ TIN—Bravettes 3; Bible 4; Library 4. PEGGY MASSIE— Girls’ Chorus 2, 3, 4; Activity Office 4. SHARON MA¬ THERS—NHS 3, 4; OHS 2, 3, 4; Bravettes 2, 3, 4; Stu¬ dent Council 2; Delta Theta 4, secretary. ALAN MATHIS —OHS 2, 4; Boys’ State 4; Exchange Boy of the Month; Creative Writing Anthology Editor 3; Nat’l Merit Letter of Commendation 4. DAN MALIK—NHS 4 ; Letterman 3, 4; Kiwanis Boy of the Month; Swimming, Tennis 3, 4; All- School Play 3. Bottom Row: ROSS MAUPIN—NHS 3, 4; OHS 3, 4; Base¬ ball 3, 4; Bible 3; FTA 3, 4. MICKI LYNN MAY—Girls’ Chorus 2; Mixed Chorus 3, 4; Creative Writing Anthology Editor 4. BOB MEEKER—Golf 2, 3; Journalism 4; Delta Theta 4; NFL 4. BARBARA MENDENHALL. KEN MEN¬ DENHALL—Letterman 3, president 4; May Fete Escort 4; All-Conference Center 4; All-State Center 4: All-American Center 4. SHARON MENSER—Bravettes 2, 3, 4; Bible 4. MRS. NELLE McCREARY explains school testing and personnel report procedure to new seniors Mike Salyer, Trehon Copeland, Karen Ott and Steve Doremus. Leadership qualities Top Row: WAYNE MERRY—Nat’l. Merit Finalist 4; Thes¬ pian 3, 4; Astronomy 2, 3, 4; NCTE Achievement Award Citation 4: Nat’l. Science Foundation Summer Science Insti¬ tute at OSU 3. TERRY MERRYMAN—Bible 4; DE 4. TERRY RAY METZ—Machine Shop 4. GARY MILLER— Letterman 4; Football 2, 3, 4; HR president 4. JOYCE MILLER—NHS 4; OHS 2. 3, 4; Bravettes 2, 3, 4; Thes¬ pian 4; FTA 3, 4. RICHARD MILLER—NHS 4; OHS 2, 3, 4; Band 2, 3, 4; NFL 3, 4; Creative Writing Anthology Editor 4. Fifth Row: BARBARA MILLS—Bravettes 2; Palette 3. DORSIE MITCHELL—Palette 4; Library 3, 4. LEONA MITCHELL—OHS 4; Bravettes 3; Mixed Chorus 3. 4: Girls’ Chorus 2; Nat ' l. Achievement Semi-Finalist. KATHY MITTELSTET—NHS 3, treasurer 4; OHS 2, 3, 4; Brav¬ ettes 2, 3, vice-president 4; Bible 4, secretary; HR secretary- treasurer 2, president 4. DAVID MONGOLD—Journalism 4: Radio-TV 4; Debate 3,4; Hi-Y 3, 4; NFL 3, 4. RICKY MOON -—Letterman 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4, Swimming 4, Cross-Country 3, 4; Radio-TV 4; HR secretary-treasurer 4. Fourth Row: GARY MOORE—NHS 3, 4; OHS 2, 3, 4; Letterman 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4, Baseball 3, 4; Delta Theta 4. SANDRA MOORE—Bravettes 3, 4; Girls’ Chorus 3, sec¬ retary 4; FTA 4; GRA 4; NFL 4. LARRY MORGAN. LINDA MORGARIDGE. DENNIS MORRIS—Boys’ Glee Club 2. ZACK MORRIS. Third Row: DENNIS MORRISON—Band 2, 3; Usher 4. JUDY MOSELEY. LARRY MOURER—Class Vice-Presi¬ dent 2, 3, 4; May Fete Escort 4; Football 2, 3, All-Confer¬ ence Back 4, Track 2, 3, 4; Letterman 3, secretary-treasurer 4. DAVE MOYDELL—Track 2. ROGER MUNSINGER— NHS 3, 4; OHS 2; Band 2, 3, 4; Medical Arts 4; Delta Theta 4. JUDY MLTRPHY—Bravettes 2, 3; Girls’ Chorus 2, 3, 4; Radio-TV 4, secretary; Thespian 4; Senior Play. Second Row: LOU MUSSER—Bravettes 2, 3, 4; General Office 4; FTA 3; HR vice-president 2, 3, 4; Usherette 4. MIKE MYERS—Letterman 2, 3, 4; Football, Track 2, 3, 4. TERRY NAIFEH—Golf 2, 3, 4; Radio-TV 4; Usher 4. JIM NANCE—Track, Cross-Country 2, 3, 4; General Office 4; Radio-TV 4; Usher 4. LARRY NELSON—Printing 3, parliamentarian; Delta Theta 4. JUDY NEW. Bottom Row: DOYLE NEWMAN—Basketball 4; Student Council 3, 4. BOBBY NEWSOM—Class President 2, 3, 4: May Fete Escort 4; Letterman 3, 4; Basketball, Track 3, 4; Student Council 2, 3, 4. BRUCE NEWTON—Letterman 2, 3, sergeant at arms 4; Football, Track 2, 3, 4; All-Conference Honorable Mention 4; Radio-TV 4; Palette 3, 4. JIM NICH- OLS—Letterman 3, 4; Journalism 4; HR vice-president 4. CAROL NORDYKE—Bravettes 2; Bible 4. MACK NOR¬ MAN—Audio Visual Education 4. SITTING IN FRONT of the library, new seniors Danny West, Dwight Mehlig, and Lo- rene Sanders make comparisons between for¬ mer schools and Enid High. contribute to success of seniors Top Row: MIKE NORMAN- -Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4; Boys’ Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Thespian 3, 4; All-School Play 4. CLAR¬ ENCE NORRIS—Boys’ Glee Club 2. STEVE NOWICKI— Printing 4, parliamentarian. LINDA NUSZ—OHS 3; Brav- ettes 3, 4; Girls’ Chorus 2, 3, 4; Bible 4. EVA NUTT— Bravettes 3; Journalism 3, 4; Quill Annual 4; Quill Weekly 3, 4; Quill Office 3. KENT NYCE. Seventh Row: TOM OKERLUND—Band 4; Orchestra 2. CONNIE OLTMANNS—Kiwanis Boy of the Month; Stage Crew 2, 3, 4; Thespian 2, 3, 4. KAREN O’NEILL—Brav¬ ettes 2, 3; Mixed Chorus 3, 4; Girls’ Chorus 2; Palette 4; Usherette 3. LINDA ANN OSBURN—Bravettes 2; Girls’ Chorus 2, 3, 4; General Office 4; Radio-TV 4; FTA 4. BARBARA OVERFELT—Bravettes 2, 3; Bible 4. JANIE OWENS — NHS 3, 4; OHS 2, 3, 4; Student Body Reporter; May Queen Attendant 4; Rotary Girl of the Month. Sixth Row: ALLIE PAINE—Letterman 4; Basketball, Track 2, 3, 4; Journalism 4. PENNY PAINTER—Bravettes 2, 3, secretary 4; Aquaettes Queen; Thespian 3, scribe 4; All- School Play 2; Aquaettes 2, 3, president 4. KAREN PAR¬ KER—Girls’ Chorus 2, 3, 4; Bible 4; FTA 3. DELBERT PARSONS—Trade Woodwork 3, 4. MARY PEARSON— Debate 3; DE president, State Parliamentarian 4; Student Council 3; HR secretary-treasurer 4; NFL 4, secretary. PEGGY PEARSON—Bravettes 2; Band Color Guard 4; Phi Epsilon 4; Delta Theta 4. Fifth Row: LEE PEKRUL. GARY PENDLETON—Boys’ State 3; Briggs Lions Boy of the Month; FTA 2; Delta Theta 4; National Merit Letter of Commendation 4. CON¬ NIE PENINGER—OHS 2, 3; Bravettes 2, 3; DO secretary- treasurer 4; Medical Arts 2, 3. CLAYTON PERSHING— Football, Baseball 4. DAVID PETERSON—Bible 4; Palette 4. JAROL PETTICREW—GRA 4; Orchestra 2. Fourth Row: CECILIA PHARES—Bravettes 4; Journalism 4; Bible 4; D. E. Office 4. SHARON PHELPS—OHS 2; Bravettes 4; Bible 4. CECILIA ANN PHILLIPS—Bible Club 3; DE 4. MARY ELIZABETH PIERCE—NHS 4; Quill Annual Co-Editor 4; Quill Weekly—Page one editor 4; Band 2, 3, publicity manager. Queen attendant 4; Future Teachers 3, vice-president 4. JACK PILGRIM—Library 2, 3, 4; DE 4; HR vice-president. GLENN PINSON—DO 3; Band 2, 3. Third Row: KAREN PINSON—Orchestra 4; Band 2, 3, business manager 4. DONNIE POPE. DENNIS POSEY. TOM POTTER. HEIDI PRATT Bravettes 2, 3, 4; Jour¬ nalism 4; Bible 4; Quill Annual 4. ELIZABETH PRAY— NHS 4: OHS 2; Girls’ Chorus 2, 3, 4; Bible 4; Medical Arts 2, 3, 4. Second Row: BOB PRITCHETT—Printing 2; Band 2, 3, 4. JANICE PURDUE—Bible 4. LINDA PURMORT. LARRY QUINTON—Track 3; Bible vice-president 4; HR president 3 4. EVELYN RAINS—Bravettes 2; Bible 4; DE 3, 4. FAYE RAMSEY—Bravettes 2; DO 4; Medical Arts 2; Li¬ brary 2; Usherette 2. Bottom Row: BEVERLY RANEY—Radio and TV 4; Palette 4; Debate 2, 3; NFL 2, 3, 4; Gym Office 4. ROSLYN REC¬ TOR—Bravettes 2, 3, 4; Thespians 4; Journalism 4; Quill Annual 4; Student Council 4. KATHY REGIER—NklS 3, 4; OHS 2, 3, 4; Bravettes 2, 3, 4; Future Teachers 3, 4; Delta Theta 4. JEROLYN REICH Bible 4; Future Teach¬ ers 3; Medical Arts 3. HARVEY REMBERT—Mixed Chorus 3; Boys’ Glee Club 2, 3; DE 4; Basketball, Track 2, 3. BOB RESCHKE—Library 2, 3 ; Astronomy 3 ; Printing 4. 4 1 At end of day ' s tasks, graduates view Top Row: GARY RICHARD—NHS 3; OHS 2, 3; Jour¬ nalism Club 4; Radio and TV 4; Creative Writing 4. FRED RICHARDSON—Mixed Chorus 3, 4; Boys’ Glee Club 2, 3, 4; HR president 2; Delta Theta 4. PAT RICHARDSON— Band 2, 3; GRA 3, Creative Writing 4, CHARLES RIKLI—NHS 3, 4: Band 2, 3, 4. HUGH RILEY Seventh Row: DONNA ROACH—Bravettes 2, 3, 4; DE At¬ tendant 4: DE 3, treasurer 4; Student Council 2; HR treas¬ urer 4. MILLIE ROBERTS—Girls’ State alternate; Aqua- ette attendant; Thespians 3, secretary 4; Aquaettes 3, pro¬ gram chairman 4; Gym Office assistant 3, 4. STEVE ROB¬ INSON—Bible 2 ; Printing 3, vice-president 4. BRUCE ROB¬ ISON—Letterman 4; Swimming manager 4; Track 2; Band 4. RUDY RODRIQUEZ—DE 4. Sixth Roiv: LINDA ROGERS—Bravettes 2, 3, 4; Girls’ Chorus 2, 3, 4; Journalism 4; Usherette 4. SUZANNE ROSS—Band 2, 3, 4; Usherette 2, 3. LeROY ROWLAND—Band 2, 3, 4. LAWRES RUPPENTHAL—Machine Shop 2, 3, 4. FRAN¬ CES RUSSELL—Bravettes 2, 3, 4; Chorus Attendant 4; Mixed Chorus 4; Girls’ Chorus 2, 3; HR secretary 2. Fifth Row: RICHARD RYAN. KIP RYLANDER—NHS 3, 4; OFIS 3, 4; Swimming 2, 3; HR vice-president 4. PA¬ TRICIA RYLANT—Bible 4; Legionettes 2, 3, chaplain 4. MAJOR SARGENT—Chorus escort 4; Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4; Boys ' Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Student Council 3; HR president 2, 4. JOSEPH RICHARD SCALING—OHS 4; Letterman 3, 4; Football 2, 3, 4; Track 3, 4; Thespians 4. Fourth Row: JENNY SCHAFFER—OHS 4; Bravettes 2, 3, 4; Legionettes 2, 3, vice-president-secretary 4: Delta Theta 4; Homecraft 4; 40-8 Scholarship Award. KATHIE SCHAF- NITT—Bravettes 2; Journalism 4; DE 3, secretary 4; FTA 4. CARL SCHROEDER—NHS 4; OHS 3, 4; Delta Theta 4. MELVIN SCHROEDER—NHS 4; OHS 2. 3, 4; Band 2, 3, 4; Delta Theta 4. JANICE SCHULTZ—OHS 2; Bravettes 2, 3, 4; Legionettes 2, bugle assistant. 77nrrf Row: KAREN SEBOURN—Bravettes 2, 3, 4; Art Scholarship 4; Palette 2, 4; Medical Arts 2. THOMAS CHRISTIAN SEEBO II—NHS 4; Quill Annual Copy Edi¬ tor 4; Delta Theta 4; Creative Writing Anthology Editor 4; Journalism Club 4. BRENDA SEIDL—Bravettes 2; FTA 2; Gym Assistant 3. SHARON SELTENREICH—Bravettes 2, 3, 4; Girls’ Chorus 2, 3, 4; Bible Club 4. CONNIE SEM- RAD—Band Queen attendant 4; Journalism Club, vice pres¬ ident 4; Bible Club, secretary 6th hour 4; Band 4. Second Row: TERR SEYMOUR—Basketball and Football. LARR SHARP—Football 2; DE Chaplain 4; DO President 3; HR President 3. LINDA SHARP—OHS 3, 4; Bravettes 4: Phillips University Scholarship. JOE SHAUGHNESSY—2nd place OSU Mechanical Drawing Contest. BILL SHEETS. Bot tom Row: KAREN SHELLENBARGER—Bravettes 2, 3, 4; Journalism Club 4: Bible Club 3: Quill Annual 4; Home Room vice-president 4. FLORENCE SHORTNACY. VICKI SILBERBERGER—Journalism Club 4; Palette Club, secre¬ tary-treasurer 4; Quill Weekly 4. CAROLYNN SIMPSON -Bravettes 2, 3; Bible Club 2, 3; Palette Club 3; HR vice- president 2, 3. GARY SIMS—Bible Club 3; DO sergeant at arms 4. 4 dreams of tomorrow Top Row: JANICE SIMS—NHS 4; OHS 4; FTA 4; Delta Theta 4. LEONARD SKAGGS. JOE SKINNER—Printing, sergeant at arms 4. FRANCES SKIPPER—Journalism 4; Quill Weekly 4; Quill Office 4; Legionettes 2. SANDRA SLATON—Journalism 4; Quill Weekly 4, typist; FTA 2, 3 4; Delta Theta 3. Fifth Row: CECIL SMITH—NHS 3, vice-president 4; Boys’ State; Lions Boy of the Month; Student Council 4; Medical Arts 3, president 4. FREDDIE DAVID SMITH—Printing, reporter 3, secretary 4. GERALD SMITH—NHS 4; OHS 2, 3, 4; Bible 4; Library 4; Delta Theta 4. JOHN SMITH— Chorus Attendant Escort. LINDA SMITH—NHS 4; OHS 3, 4; Bravettes 2, 3, 4; FTA 3, 4; Creative Writing Anthology Editor 4. Fourth Row: MARSHA SMITH—NHS 3, 4; OHS 2, 3, 4; Phillips University Merit Scholarship 4; OSU Academic Achievement Award 4; Bible 4. PAMELA SMITH—GRA 3, 4. RAY SMITH. SUSIE SMITH—Thespian 3, 4; Senior Play, director; Quill Annual Co-Editor 4; Quill Weekly, page 3 editor 4; Legionettes, president 4, publicity manager. THOMAS SMITH—Bible 4. Third Row: VERDEENA SMITH—Mixed Chorus 3, 4; Girls’ Chorus 2; Bible 4; Student Council 3; HR president 4. DAN SPARKMAN. CAROLYN SPECIE—NHS 4; Class Secretary 4; Cheerleader 3, head cheerleader 4; Girls’ State; Football Queen 4. DWIGHT SPOONEMORE—Boys’ Glee Club 2; DO 4. CHARLOTTE STALEY—Bravettes 2, 3, 4. Second Row: ELENA STARNES—Creative Writing Anthol¬ ogy Editor 4. LARRY STEPHENS—DE 3. NANCY STET- NISH—Bravettes 2, 3, 4; Girls’ Chorus 2, 3, 4; Bible 4; FTA 3; HR vice-president 4. LYNN STEVENS—Football 2, 3; Student Council 2; HR president 3. JERRY STEVENSON -—Band 2, 3, 4. Bottom Row: DAVID STILES—Thespian 4; Senior Play, All-School Play, stagehand 4. JOHN STOLL—Printing 4. BETTY STONE. JACK STONE—DO 3, 4. CLIFFORD STORY—NHS 3, 4; OHS 2, 3, 4. t NEW STUDENTS Don Frazier and Larry White look at materials made available by the National Honor Society in the “Col¬ lege Corner” of the library. I mk i ; , j I f I Graduates face first Top Row: CAROL STOUT—DO 4; Library 2, 3, 4; Brav- ettes 2, 3; Homecraft 4. GILMER STRAW. DONNA STRAIN. SUSIE STRICKLER—Class Treasurer 4; Bravettes 2, 3, president 4; May Queen Attendant 4; Lions Girl of the Month: Student Council 3, 4. CHERYL STRINGER. Fifth Row: NANCY STULL—Bravettes 2, 3; Rotary Girl of the Month; Bible 4; HR secretary-treasurer 3, 4. JUNE SWAN—Bravettes 2, 3, 4; Bible 4; GRA 4; Homecraft 4. RUSTY SWANSON—Palette 2, 3, 4; Radio-TV 4; Thespian 3, vice-president 4; All-School Play 3, Thespian Play 4; Or¬ chestra 2, 3. JIMMY SWARTWOOD—DO 4. STEVEN SWEATT. Fourth Row: JIM SWEETWOOD—Mixed Chorus 3, secre¬ tary-treasurer 4; Football 2; Baseball 2, 3; Thespian 4; Senior Play 4; HR president 2, 3, 4. NANCY SWIGGART—Mixed Chorus 3; Girls’ Chorus 2; Bible 4; Palette 4; Library 3, 4. B ILL SWINNEA—Boys’ Glee Club 2; Band 3, 4; Poem in Nat’l Poetry Anthology. MARION SZCZEPANIAK—DO 3, 4. KEN TAYLOR—Boys’ State; Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4: Medical Arts 4; Delta Theta 4. Third Row: DENNY TERREL. LARRY TERRILL—Palette 4; Band 2, 3, 4; HR secretary-treasurer 3; NFL 4; Usher 3, 4. JUDY THAIN. JOHN THOMAS—Band 2, 3, 4. LEAH THOMAS—Activity Office 4; Band 2, 3, 4; Medical Arts 2; Orchestra 2, 3; Usherette 2, 3. Second Row: MIKE THOMPSON—Basketball 2. LARRY THROWER—Bible 4. LINDA THROWER—Library 4. CASSANDRA TILLIS—HR secretary-treasurer 2; Girls’ Chorus 3, 4: Bible 4; Band 2; GRA 4. DENICE TINDALL— Bravettes 2, 3; Legionettes 2, 3, 4; GRA 2; Medical Arts 2. Bottom Row: JOHN TRESNER—Boys’ State; Debate 2, 3; Band 2, 3, 4; NFL 2, 3, contest reporter 4; Orchestra 2, 3, 4. SUSANNE TRIMBLE—Girls’ Chorus 2, 3, 4; Anthology in Nation Anthology Press 4. CHERYL TRUE. RICK TUCKER. BILL TURNER—NHS 3, 4; OHS 2, 3, 4; Ki- wanis Boy of the Month 4; Student Council 2, 3; Presidential Scholar 4. BEFORE MORNING classes start, Mary Woods, Frances McDermott, and Ellen Jo¬ seph reflect on Ellen’s recent return from a year’s experience in Japan. challenge of competitive world Top Row: NANCY UNDERWOOD—NHS 3, 4; Girls’ State; Thespian 3, president 4; Senior Play; HR president 2, 3, secre¬ tary-treasurer 4. HAL UTSLER—HR vice-president 4. LARRY VANCE—General Office 4; Band 2, 3, 4. JOHN VATER— Letterman, Swimming 2, 3, 4; Boys’ State; Radio- TV, president 4; All School Play 4. LARRY VAUGHAN— Quill Office 4. BILL VOSS. Seventh Row: LORETTA WAHL—DO Office 4. JERRY WALKER—Bravettes 2, 3, 4; Activity Office 4; Bible 4; Medical Arts 3, secretary 4; Usherette 4. MARY LOUISE WALKER—Band 2, 3, 4. RUSSELL WALKER—Palette 4; DO, vice president 4. BARBARA WEAR. CHARLOTTE WEBER—Bravettes 2, 3, 4; Girls’ Chorus 4; Bible 3. Sixth Row: CAROLYN WEISS—Bible 4. SCOTT WEISS— Football 2, 3. BILL WEST—Radio-TV, president 4; NFL 4; Usher 4. WANDA WEST—Palette 2; GRA 4. JUDY WHEELER—Student Council 4. SHERRY WHITE. Fifth Row: JOHNNY WHITEHORN. JERRY WICHERT— Mixed Chorus 2, 3; Boys’ Glee Club 2, 3; Bible 4; DO 4; HR president 2. SALLY WIEDERKEHR—Bravettes 2, 3, 4; Girls’ Chorus 2, 3, 4; Bible 3; HR secretary-treasurer 2, 3, president 4. DANA WILLHOITE—NHS 3, 4; Cheerleader 4; Rotary Girl of the Month; Journalism 4; Thespian 4. CLARK WILLIAMS—Boys’ State; Thespian 3, 4; All-School Play 3; Delta Theta 4; Creative Writing Anthology Editor 4. KATHY WILLIAMS—Bravettes 3, 4; Girls’ Chorus 2, 3, vice-president 4; Thespian 4; Medical Arts 2. Fourth Row: RUTH ANN WILLIAMS—Bravettes 2; Bible 4; Library 2; Quill Weekly, typist 4; Legionettes 2. TED WILLIAMS—DE 4. LEN WILLIAMSON. CHARLENE WILLIS—Bible 3. JOYCE WILSON—Bravettes 2, 3, 4; Girls’ Chorus 2, 3, 4; FTA 2, 3, 4. ROBERT WILSON Career Day Host. Third Row: TONI WILSON—Bravettes 3; Bible 4; Palette 3; DO 4. GARY WINKLER—Mixed Chorus 3, 4; Boys’ Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Cross Country 4; Bible 4. DALE WIN¬ SLOW—Letterman, Swimming 2, 3, 4. GAYLE WINTERS Bravettes 2; Mixed Chorus 2; Journalism 4; DE 3. JOHN WISEHART—Cross Country 4; Delta Theta 4. JAN WO¬ MACK—Bravettes 3, 4; Girls’ Chorus 2, 3, president 4; Bible 4; Medical Arts 2, 4. Second Row: SHERAVONNE WOOD—Bible 4. DORIS WOODRUFF—Bible 4; GRA 2, 3, president 4; HR vice- president 4. BRENDA WOODSON—OHS 2, 3, 4; Bravettes 2, 3, 4; Student Council 2, 3, 4; GRA 2, 3, secretary 4; Gym Office 4. CAROL WRIGHT—Bible 4; FTA 4; Medical Arts 2. JIM WRIGHT—Mixed Chorus 3, 4; Boys ' Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Journalism 4; Medical Arts 3, 4; Delta Theta 4. Bottom Row: SHARON WRIGHT. GEORGIA WYKOFF Medical Arts 2, treasurer 3, vice-president 4; Delta Fheta 4; Creative Writing Anthology Editor 4. LESLIE YARYAN— National Merit Semifinalist; FTA 2, 3, treasurer 4; HR sec¬ retary-treasurer 3, 4; DAR Citizenship Award 4. STEVE YEHLE—Baseball 3; Radio-TV 4; Debate 3, 4; Band 2, 3, 4; FTA 4. TINA ZALOUDEK (MORGAN)—Palette 4; Aqua- ettes 2, 4. 45 Bursting energy marks middleclassmen. Juniors " live it up " in every area Junior talent contributes to achievement. Friendliness portrays junior class. 46 AFTER DISCUSSING PLANS for the Junior-Senior Prom, officers Keith Hensel, rep.; Robin Frantz, sec.: Jim Schoonover, pres.; Ronnie Venable, vice-pres.; Myrlane Fitzgerald, treas., pause for relaxation. Classmen strive for high leadership TOP ROW: Arnold, Jim; Bickerstaff, Danny; Benson, Jim; Bell, Steve; Beyer, Wayne; Barron, Brad; Andrews, Mike; Barton, Bill; Arndt, Jere; Baker, Bob; Beard, Herbert; Baus- tian, Ronnie. THIRD ROW: Allen, Bonnie; Bahm, Debbie, Baker, Karen; Beers, Beverly; Benton, Johnnie; Barnard, Sue; Bingham, Bonnie; Beckner, Karen; Baxter, Lenna; Aldrich, Lynn; Ballard, Dan. SECOND ROW: Billings, Bob; Allen, Noah; Bebee, Larry; Ballard, David; Barnes, Bobby; Becker, Doug; Beaty, Kent; Allen, Roy; Ballard, Dennis; Batson, Gary. BOTTOM ROW : Anderson, Linda; Belcher, Janice; Barnes, Cindi; Beets, Cheri; Alford, Patti; Baird, Barbara; Abernathy, Laura; Bell, Carol; Best, Lou Ann; Bennett, Karen. 1 aijf ' ■ ' r ' ■ % I] • J ' j " ' j W | . f imp .AT jM H BBl j j. : - 4] Jr A ' ; V 44? m - - v . 18 W jSt : Hu “ nm M JS IB. | M li liSJEk ■ x r ■ BLqwV • Xop ■ 4,4 By M Mp. 1U Kl J HT - - M ■ kl i Vfc Vi ' .-H ■ w Mjl- rv’ J r t IV B ■ 1 li TOP ROW: Chase, Carl; Blevins, Steve; Bixler, Scott; Braley, David; Brownfield, Gary; Bridges, Bob; Bledsoe, Bob; Burris, Mike; Chambers, Bert; Butler, Sherman; Bond, Johnny; Christopher, John; Choate, Bill. THIRD ROW: Buller, Al¬ fred; Burdick, Carol; Bolton, Terri; Blaney, Linda; Brawner, Bettye; Choat, Karen; Chase, Marty; Bixler, Patricia; Camp¬ bell, Mary; Cisco, Virginia; Bishline, David. SECOND ROW: Chodrick, George; Busch, Rick; Chambers, Stephen; Boepple, David; Cannon, Ralph; Buchanan, Brad; Burk, Kenneth; Brim, Bob; Butts, Eddie; Camp, Dale. BOTTOM ROW: Bridges, Elizabeth; Burdg, Letitia; Burghardt, Linda; Chester, Lana; Blackwood, Marlee; Christensen, Becky; Case, Donna; Brittain, Rita. t i : 47 TOP ROW: Cowsar, Mike; Decker, Terry; Crowley, Dan; Dawes, David; Davidson, Tom; Curths, Ron; Cummings, Ladell; Covey, Mike; Corr, Jay; Craig, George; Derr, Phillip; Crissup, Deraid; Cox, Dwayne. THIRD ROW: Dawn, Helen; Day, Barbara; Claxton, Carol; Daniel, Jackie; Cox, Wanda; Combs, Joan; Cox, Haven; Derr, Betty; Cutting, Judy; Crow, Suzanne. SECOND ROW: Clark, Richard; Craig, Jack; Conley, Terry; Cook, Rod; Conway, Eddy; Daily, Jim; Col¬ lins, Jay; Davis, Greg; Cummings, James; Daniels, Steve; Crawford, Wayne. BOTTOM ROW: Cline, Phyllis; Cohlmia, Rose; Conley, Deanna; Collin, Beth; Cummings, Cindy; Cleek, Sharron; Davidson, Mary; Day, Elizabeth. Middlemen show initiative in academics i TOP ROW: Etter, Darrel; Donaldson, Aaron; Dodson, Her¬ bert; Dye, Monty; Felix, Doug; Eshleman, Bill; Dinsmore, Larry; Duvall, Jay; Drake, Carroll; Endsley, Ron; Ehardt, Orville. THIRD ROW : Essex, Teri; Fitzgerald, Myrlane; Everitt, Leslie; Domnick, Vicki; Escoe, Shirley; Fischaber, Ruth: Eg er. Sandra; Duvall, Patricia: Fine, Barbara; Everett, Marcia; Evans, Lynda. SECOND ROW: Duffy, David; Evans, Steve; Feeney, Gene; Finley, Robert; Durham, Tom; Dodds, Steven; Faught, Bob; Everitt, Larry; Fahle, Eddie; Diener, Scott; Edwards, Michael. BOTTOM ROW: Donnell, Mary; Eckford, Pearlene; Eby, Judy; Ellis, Diane; Draffin, Diana; Fleshman, Sharon; Devers, Theresa; Edley, Carol. TOP ROW: G( ddard, Kimball; Goff, Danny; Groves, Roger; Goodman, Lynn, Garrison, Ronnie; Huffman, Chuck; Har¬ bour, Stephen; Drage, Dennis; Haines, Paul; Graham, Danny. THIRD ROW: Freeling, Pam; Gregory, Joy; Foulks, Penny; Gannon, Kay; Ging, Susan: Fullhart, Debbie; Hajek, Kathy; Garis, Sharon; Frantz, Robin: Harmon, Cheryl; Gill, Ethel. SECOND ROW: Gamble, Pat; Grim, Charles; Frankel, David; Frazier, Lynn; George, David; Graham, Steve; Gill- ham, Dennis; Gabelsberg, Steve; Garis, John; Fuller, Steve; Gault, Linda. BOTTOM ROW: Frazee, Jackie; Frazier, Pa¬ tricia; Hale, Linda; Hackworth, Linda; Gibson. Judy; Fossett, Fonda; Givens, Johnette; Guthrie, Esther. r || | • i ( 48 TOP ROW: Hill, Vernon; Hood, Leslie; Hume, David; Hodgden, Larry; Heffron, Tom; Huddleston, Steve; Jackson, Garland: Hensel, Keith; Ivey, Charles; Holtzhauser, Mike. THIRD ROW: Ingram, Marcea; Hargrove, Mary; Hurt, Patricia; Huffman, Brenda; Heintz, Willa; Gipson, Pattie; Harris, Barbara; Hobbs, Carolyn; Hinkle, Barbara; Hastings, Patsy; Huddle, Janis. SECOND ROW: Hays, Gary; Himes, David; Hemphill, Mark; Henneha, Skip; Holland, Travis; Hoad, Raymond; Harris, Lowell; Haskin, Jim. BOTTOM ROW: Holdeman, Kathy; Henley, Amelia; Hensley, Shelia; Herth, Susan; Hill, Judy; Hutchins, Linda; Henson, Trudie; Hamon, Carol; Hopkins, Connie; Hatfield, Karon. TOP ROW: Lee, Leslie; Jantz, Darrell; Larsen, Vince; John¬ son, Sam; LaCourse, Rod; Kroll, Kurt; Kiefer, Larry; Jorden, Ed; Killam, Robert; Jinkens, Bob; Key, Jerry. THIRD ROW: Jones, Linda; Kingcade, Lue Ann; James, Bonnie; Killian, Eva Jo; Kepford, Jo Ann; Lansdown, Connie; Kaps, Char¬ lotte; Ladusau, Lee Ann; Kesner, Joyce; Krivohlavek, Toni. SECOND ROW: Jones, James; Jones, Darrell; Jones, Loran; Lafferty, Tim; Jones, Donald; Jemison, Jim; Johnston, Curt; Kocher, John; Lane, Gary. BOTTOM ROW: Kennedy, Karol; Jenkins, Nancy; Jameson, Cindi; Keck, Linda; Kux- haus, Janell; Lasley, Dee; Jimison, Barbara; Jones, Judy; Kirkley, Gail; Koch, Linda; Knabe, Rolinda. Juniors hold promise for the future l TOP ROW: Morse, Dwight; Manuel, Duane; LeGrant, Randy; Lyon, Danny; Mantell, Marvin; Maddox, Kenneth; Lumen, Doug; Makosey, Bill; McCreary, David; Livsey, Steven Max; Maupin, Russell. THIRD ROW: McCalla, Dianne; Leeper, Sue; Maddox, Shirley; Lewis, Nancy; Leser, Debbie; Litton, Trudy; Leggett, Beverly; Lundy, Linda; Lipps, Conti; Lochner, Karen; Marshall, Jeannie. SECOND ROW: Manering, Larry; McDaniel, Steve; Martin, Cliff; Mason, John; Morgan, Dick; McFarland, Jerry; Mitchell, Nathan; Metscher, Don; Morgan, Joe. BOTTOM ROW: Linn, Debbie; Linker, Donna; McGoveran, Dana; McDonald, Connie; May, Mary; Maxwell, Marsha; McCreary, Pam; Long, Connie; McMahan, Paulyne; Mackie, Joy. Pr-f . TOP ROW: McManis, Bill; McCarthy, Bob; Mitchell, John; McMahon, Stacey; Million, Fritz; Morse, Dennis; Moulton, Mike; McBlair, Jim; Musser, Jim. THIRD ROW : McGill, Kathy; Murphy, Janice; Mullins, Bennie; Morgaridge, Frances; Moots, Gay Lynn; Munger, Margaret; Martin, Gerene; Montgomery. Linda ; Moore, Larri; Mosby, Pat. SEC¬ OND ROW: Pitts, David; Parsons, Mac; Meisner, Wesley; Mosher, Jim; Mittelstet, Randy; Mendenhall, Tim; Pinski, Joe; Muns, Steve; Moats, Kenneth; Morris, Geraldine. BOT¬ TOM ROW: Melrose, Brenda; Merrifield, Donna; McCreary, Kathy; Mitulski, Carolyn; Morgan, Karen; Moncooyea, Ver- nice; Mcllwee, Kathy; Miller, Shirley; Mullikin, Linda; Mil¬ ler, Sue; McCleod, Annie Lee. i sH w . j m ' S 1 Wt • T l n ♦ ’ r 5? ’ tir, I mm 4 ffe J I H o.V ! i A % § Cl J? ' if i 1 ■■ zjjB ■T ■ ■ n Ma f I - • IJHt i Wm T A m r , s- 7 -V ■jr 1 ; i 41 JIT L TOP ROW: Poindexter, Katy; Patrick, Sharon; Pattinson, Phil; Neil, Bob; Oliver, Alan; Phillips, Jim; Plunkett, Ronnie; Poindexter, Allen; Pearson, Patty; Norman, Janet. THIRD ROW: Newman, Kathy; O’Neal, Barbara; Prentice, Barbara; Nugen, Mary; Phillips, Donna; Nault, Carolyn; Paris, Linda; Page, Lynn; Powell, Cheryl. SECOND ROW: Oberlender, Melody; Peters, Gwynn; Parish, George; Porter, Robert; Pritchett, Jim; Price, Bill; Randolph, Ellis; Nichols, Robert; Payne, Charles; Potter, Janice. BOTTOM ROW: Pratt, Irene; Parson, Dianna; Pierce, Cheryl; Porter, Nettie; Ogden, Sue; Pekrul, Ann; O’Dea, Beverly; Osburn, Linda; Nigh, Mary; Myers, Susan; Nichols, Barbara. Juniors possess versatile talents TOP ROW: Salladay, Davey; Qualls, Gary; Pulver, Bennie; Robinson, Robby; Roberts, Bob; Smith, Tom; Sawyer, Gary; Price, Kim; Rollins, David. THIRD ROW: Roberson, Cindy; Riesen, Lamita; Reagan, Lillian; Rogers, Marcia; Rose, San¬ dra; Ramirez, Rita; Punneo, Lanell; Regier, Evelyn; Robison, Sharon: Rockwell. Dorothea: Ruzek, Tary. SECOND ROW: Sides, George; Sawyer, Dennis; Salladay, Danny; Rikli, Fred; Rich, Dwight; Reynolds, Jim; Riley, Darrell; Schoonover, Jim; Shockley, Eddie; Spencer, Cecil. BOTTOM ROW : Ricey, Barbara; Puckett, Billye; Richardson, Pat; Sawyer, Janet; Pritchett, Adra; Russell, Shari; Royer, Kay; Ronck, Susan; Rudiger, Cindy; Raymond, Dolores. J BV - i i ■l Mv i% W ■ rim - mm ; JIB ' 1 !■ w |fiy rwlT il JjN; ; W 5Val v 1 " - • •• • A . Vi.1 BB IBl ■ iati- Hill j TOP ROW: Semrad, Robert; Shirts, Larry; Snyder, Larry; Solorio, Steven; Schultz, Greg; Sheets, Gregg; Scoggin, David; Sisk, John; Smith, Dennis; Seelen, Mike. THIRD ROW: Snell, Judy; Simmons, Sharon; Smith, Regina; Simon, Helen; Seebo, Darla; Smith, Shari; Shafford, Peggy; Schibi, Mary; Shreve, Linda; Simmons, Karin. SECOND ROW: Szczepan- Class admires seniors’ TOP ROW: Staley, Larry; Trobaugh, John; Stewart, Jim; Taylor, Richard; Van Krevelen, Scott; Veazey, Lester; Trim¬ ble, Jonny; Tidmore, James; Thomas, Don; Vincent, Victor; Templeton, Richard. THIRD ROW: Teater, Chuck; Sutton, Karen; Suiter, Barbara; Stone, Doris; Unruh, Kay; Tharp, Kathy; Tate, Sandi; Tagge, Carol; Turner, Roberta ; Thrower, iak, Richard; Streck, Larry; Schultz, Emmitt; Smith, Merlin; Sweet, Gary; Swinton, Charles; Seelen, Dave; Teague, Jim; Stengle, Jim. BOTTOM ROW: Shearon, Carol; Simon, Loretta; Shryock, Sara; Scott, Diana; Sloup, Sharyl; Scott, Juanita; Simpson, Barbara; Smith, Jessie; Scriven, Mavis. superiority Sherry; Waldroupe, Larry. SECOND ROW: Suttles, Stephen; Taylor, Eugene; Thompson, George; Underwood, David; Wil¬ liams, Deryle; Stephenson, Gary; Stehr, Don; Venable, Ron¬ nie; Stanley, Ronna; Streck, Dan. BOTTOM ROW: Terrill, Becky; Stanley, Linda; Sturgis, Vicki; Thorpe, Sally; Thomp¬ son, Sonja; Thomas, Marsha; Tommey, Linda; Teitzel, Georgann. 4 1 TOP ROW: Watts, Dick; Wright, Mike; Wheeler, Don; Wille, Charles; Wellman, Neil; Weyerts, James; Webber, George; Young, Doyle; Waken, Charles; Wheeler, Larry; Walker, Larry; Ward, Bobby. THIRD ROW : West, Kim; Wallace, Debbie; Willits, Venus; Walker, Jean; White, Carley; Van Meter, Barbara; Woods, Susan; Vculek, Debbie; Wilson, Don. SECOND ROW: Murrell, Cortez; Weber, Danny; Wil¬ lis, Brade; Waddell, Rocky; Wilson, Dennis; Van Meter, Philip; Waldroupe, Rick; Zedaker, Bill: Wells, Steve; Woo, Hing. BOTTOM ROW: Wacker, Sharon; Winfield, Carol: Webb, Rita; Wright, Gloria; Wilhite, Carleen; Vance, Karen: Walter, Nancy; Wilcox, Sally; Wright, Betty; Walgram, Karen. 5 1 am t I I | i I I k ■kJEsMI I I SL Maawm bBHfl m w A | OFFICERS ROBIN FIELD, pres.; JoAnn Specie, rep.; Melinda Davis, treas.; Judy Upp, sec.; Ronnie Stephan, vice-pres.; speculate plans for future Junior year and decorations for commencement stage. Sophomores see sunny side as youngest TOP ROW: Ambrosius, Bill; Bentley, Terry; Banker, Lindy; Bentley, Charles; Becker, John; Arnold, Mike; Becker, Doug Lee; Adamson, Bob; Benge, Jay; Beard, Len. THIRD ROW: Andrus, Donna; Adams, Donna; Beard, Jeanne; Anderson, Stephanie; Atwood, Mary; Abram, Joyce; Arnold, Penny; Bainter, Luann; Barton, Diana; Best, joyce; Arnold, Jean; Adelman, Carolyn. SECOND ROW: Barney, Wayne; Arkfeld, Jim; Barnes, Brian; Bell, Aaron; Bergdall, Terry; Barton, Wayne Harlan; Baker, Eddie; Bauer, Ken; Barnes, Danny; Anthony, Robert; Beaver, Larry; Binford, Roger. BOTTOM ROW: Butricks, Kathy; Arnold, Helen; Boepple, Carol; Ben¬ nett, Jeannine; Barnard, Judie; Bandy, Toni; Brown, Jonna; Bridges, Jewel; Ballard, Connie; Arnold, Diana; Brune, Caro¬ line; Anderson, Ginger; Baskas, Rita. hmhhhhI . K K t|T J Li f 1 I 1 W 1 1 If ‘ 1 1 TOP ROW: Brueggernann, Ronnie; Brandt, Benjie; Bush, Aaron; Brooks, Terry; Bishop, Sam; Bright, Ray; Burchardt, Jerry; Boileau, Jeff; Bundy, Darrell; Bonge, Marc; Bowden, Barry; Beckham, Mike; Bowers, John; Buies, David. THIRD ROW: Burgess, Riley; Bunch, Frank; Brewer, Bill; Bowen, Julia; Buvinger, Anne; Brooks, Donna; Bixler, Maribeth; Burchardt, Judy; Botts, Leta; Bridgman, Edward; Burdick, Phil; Buxton, Grant. SECOND ROW: Bryant, Joe; Black- ledge, Kent; Boler, Mark; Buckles, Jerry; Butts, Greg; Cagle, David; Burgess, Jim; Cox, Robert; Baskas, Danny; Browning, Terry; Bracher, Gary; Buckles, Jack. BOTTOM ROW : Buller, Beverly; Cain, Debbie; Gibson, Oleita; Brakhage, Connie; Burns, Eula Mae; Brown, Becky; Boehm, Cindy; Blair, Sandy; Breitenkamp, Ginger. 5 TOP ROW: Clover, Donald; Clark, Alan; Chrisman, Terry; Creevan, Larry; Crawford, Syl; Dalton, Lloyd; Campbell, John; Cole, Paul; Cantrell, David; Daniels, Richard; Casey, Greg; Cox, Gary; Crabb, Dale; Chapman, Jim. THIRD ROW: Carroll, Pat; Choate, Connie; Damon, Sandra; Chap¬ man, Sharon; Chodrick, Teresa; Crawford, Kathy; Crowley, Judy; Cox, Linda; Collins, Janice; Choate, Kathy; Campbell, Barbara; Coleman, Karen; Cropper, Nancy; Cropper, Wayne. SECOND ROW: Cain, Frank; Cross, Terry; Cooper, Tim; Craig, Geoffrey; Cummings, David; Carver, Dick; Dailey, Doug; Crawford, Tommy; Collins, Jimmy; Canter, Terry; Chance, Charles; Chenoweth, Eddie; Carr, David. BOTTOM ROW: Crayton, Edwina; Cox, Anita; Campbell, Kathy; Congdon, Linda; Chambers, Dana; Cushing, Mary; Cunning¬ ham, Billie; Craig, Mary. LL i B -Ifl PS g j ] 1 IB Mill H ■ Y 1 gaff ■ . i ■ [ m ■y h ' i yfflBA m £ . r,y-A Q g m ■ e £■ f JK |wb , H ' ■ RPR ■n v 1 , " " HMf Jljffi MU jtt a j . H ' C [ill gSr J® f 1 HI I WKm fl I f j I i i ; SI A mk K V B B m ' HSU ;; P T l ] 1 ‘J ' 1 if r: | m VP l A - A Tin ■k m • G 7 •T’ 7 p tgJ Of! TOP ROW: Davidson, Jonah; Dundas, Mike; Crow, Jim; Fahrenbruch, Jim; Engelman, Steve; Field, Robin; Douglass, Willis; Escue, Allen; Dow, Ronny; Fischaber. Paul; Donald¬ son, Gary; Denton, Jim; Fair, Odell. THIRD ROW: Estes, Nannette; Daniels, Claudia; Eddington, Sherry; Eggleston, Gwen; Davies, Joann; Druiett, Terri; Daniel, Lenora; Davis, Norma; Easterly, Susan; Eck, Judy; Drage, Elizabeth; Dierk- sen, Shirley; Dunn, Peggy. SECOND ROW: Duke, Davie; Dawson, Larry; Endsley, Mike; Evans, Bobby; Davis, Johnny; Dixon, Jimmy; Denton, Gregg; Fenity, Larry; Davis, Charles; Davidson, Randy; DeRoin, Elray; Epperson, Doug; Deitz, Melvin. BOTTOM ROW: Fitch, Cathy; Duffy, Nicki; Fergu¬ son, Sherry; Davis, Shirley; Duncan, Nancy; Davis, Jane; Dittmeyer, Carol; Fisher, Karen; Devers, Karen: Dillon, Mari¬ lyn; Dougherty, Holly. Excellence held high before sophomores TOP ROW: Hall, Vernon; Hager, Rick; Gillham, Dale; Graham, Greg; Garton, John; Goss, Steve; Goddard, Bill; Gearheard, Richard; Haddad, John; Goodpasture, Terry; Hamblin, Tim; Furnish, Frank; Gainer, Phillip. THIRD ROW : Ging, Carol; Goodwin, Ginger; Haddad, Cindy; Gun- goll, Cathy; Goodman, Linda; Gerhard, Janice; Franklin, Lee Raye; Hall, Janey; Flowers, Brenda; Graham, Linda; Fitzgerald, Bonita; Handley, Kathy. SECOND ROW: Goebel, Gary; Goodpasture, Danny; Hall, Johnny; Giles, Louis; Gar¬ rison, Mark; Goff, Johnny; Garis, Joe; Gilliland, Richard; Griffin, David; Groom, Dennis; Gammon, Charles. BOTTOM ROW: Floyd, Laura; Gee, Sandra; Gaulden, Charlene; Ful- gium, Linda; Hankins, Shirley; Frazee, Ann; Green, Latina; Gau, Pam; Hankins, Betty; Hamblin, Norma; Hansen, Pam; Galusha, Kathy. TOP ROW: Hobbs, David; Hartling. Jack; Hoopingarner, Dennis; Holub, Elvin; Holt, Darrel; Hopper, Terry; Hobbs, Bill; Goggin, Terry; Hicks, Bruce; Heath, Don; Henderson, Bill; Haug, Tom; Hendley, Steve; Hicks, Jimmy. THIRD ROW: Heiberg, Kathy; Hays, Janet; Hatfield, Mary Ann; Henneke, Joyce; Hoeltzel, Janet; Henthorn, Lana; Hargrove, Ann; Holtzen, Jeannette; Hill, Barbara; Hein, Cheryl; Harri¬ son, Carolyn; Hedge, Lynda. SECOND ROW: Hopper, Stan¬ ley; Hibbs, Richard; Fore, Eugene; Fleetwood, Buzz; Hicks, Roger; Hardy, Steve; Hardin, Bill; Hart, Bill; Havens, Larry; Hellwege, Dennis; Havens, Terry. BOTTOM ROW: Hoff¬ man, Ronnie; Heath, Verle; Hendryx, Charlotte; Hole, Joyce; Hatfield, Jonette; Henry, Jamie; Herndon, Terri; Harmon, Sulyn; Hopkins, Mike; Harmon, John. TOP ROW: Keefer, Floyd; Johnson, Dean; Kindle, Bill; Kieffer, Steve; Jackson, Curt; Julian, Bill; Krahn, Doug; Jurey, Wesley; Kent, Ron; Jones, Kenneth; Isbell, Eddie; Karner, Don; Kellan, Pat. THIRD ROW: Hoyt, Connie; Jones, Candice; Hysell, Janet; Key, Cindy; Kosted, Lanette; Kastle, Karyn; Horner, Sheliah; Killam, Kathy; Johnson, Judy; Jantzen, Sue; Koehn, Martha; Kimmel, Sharon; Kotlan, Frances. SECOND ROW: Hronopulos, Cathy; Hough, Tangy; Hudson, Robert; Johnson, Harvey; Keck, David; Kimmell, Dan; Keck, Jack: Kopp, Phil; Hughes, Terry; Kilburn, Pam; Kratzer, Susan. BOTTOM ROW ; Huddle, Linda; Houghton, Susan; Kirby, Nancy; Keely, Peggy; Houska, Evelyn; Hopkins, Gloria; Holcomb, Ann; Jones, Leruth; Kelley, Marilyn; Hurt, Carrie. Science holds new challenge for beg inners TOP ROW: Martinez, Tim; Mansfield, Buster; Madison, Danny; Krupp, Mark; Kusch, Stan; Leitner, Richard; Kelly, Ronald; Long, Stuart; Maze, Garrell; Massie, Jerry; Lea, Wayne; Kurz, George; Long, Danny; Martin, Charles; Law- son, Randy. SECOND ROW: Martin, Leroy; Manahan, A. K.: Livingston, Diane; Lorenz, Ida; Leggett, Peggy; Ladu- sau, Michele; Lawrenz. Vicky; Laster, Alma Faye; Lichten- berg, Sherry: Marlatt, Nancy; Large, Charlotte; Lewis, Myrna; Martin, Marshall. THIRD ROW: Major, Ronnie; Langford, Larry; Litson, Hugh; Krey, Ronnie; Lynch, Kevin; Mackey, Steve; Krummell, Bobby; Langwell, Darrell; LaSalle, Rene; Johnson, Jerry; Leeper, John; Mason, Barry. BOTTOM ROW: Mattson, Mary Kay; Lewis, Barbara; Little, Diane; Lewellen, Shirley; McKee, Julie; Larsen, Karen; Luckett, Karen; Loucks, Pat; McDonald, Cathy. , I ST v r , • f i If ' - i Ip ft Laa 1 m . 1 lllfl i ] i u? • y. J LjprJgjj p m Li TOP ROW: Morgan, Tommy; Moon, Ronnie; Moore, Mike; Moore, Merle; Newman, Mike; Mooney, Edwin; Mitten, Wayne; Mendenhall, David; McCormick, Brad; Miller, Tom¬ my; Myers, Wayne; Milhime, Jerry; McCamey, Jim; Moore, Craig; McManis, Ken. THIRD ROW: Martens, Mary; Mere¬ dith, Mary Beth; Mayberry, Shelia; Marshall, Sharon; Mc¬ Bride, Cynthia; McCune, Karen; Myers, Marilyn; Mason, Marsha; Mitchell, Beverly; Mills, Charlotte; Miller, Debbie; Morgan, Belinda; McKee, Carmen. SECOND ROW: Met- scher, Danny; Melvin, Monty; Martindale, Terry; Melvin, Ronnie; Mills, Jim; McGhay, Jim; Miller, Larry; Morgan, Charles; McFarland, Randy; Mitche ll, Oliver; McZegle, Wayne; Murrell, Milton. BOTTOM ROW: Miller, Sandy; Mize, Lisa; Manuel, Paula; McGoveran, Pam; Mason, Deborah; McCollum, Phyllis; McGoveran, Pat; Newman, Linda; Newman, Nancy; Newman, Bonnie; Morris, Micki; McClanahan, Cathy; Morgan, Kay. Class of ' 68 competes for va ried honors $ TOP ROW: Pritchett, Toby; Richardson, Jim; Gober, Don¬ ald; Ezell, Paul; Posey, Ronald; Patton, Dan; Pritchett, Joe; Paine, Gerald; Ridgway, Monte; Porter, Willie; Osborne, Chuck; Randall, Tim; Nutt, Jimmy. THIRD ROW : Parker, Sue; Pope, Margaret; Reed, LaDonna; Pitts, VeEsta; Otjen, LeMoine; Rector, Marilyn; Reschke, Ann; Pearce, Jo Ann; Davis, Melinda Oneth, Linda; Richardson, Vivian; Pitts, Leann; Phillips, Melissa. SECOND ROW: Rhodes, Scotty; Prall, Monte; Pasby, Kerry; Outhier, Steve; Phillips, Stan; Okerlund, Jim; Overton, Bruce; Reim, Daniel; Richey, J. Lewis; Porter, Bob; Regier, Paul; Peters, Edward. BOTTOM ROW: Paris, Nicki; Bowles, Mari; Reyes, Sandy; Nichols, Barbara Lynn; Bingham, Belle; Reardon, Barbara; Overfelt, Dottie; Ragan, Nancy; Ratzlaff, Susan; Pack, Trudy; Reece, Vicki; Richard, Carolyn; Norris, Dana; Pearson, Kathy. ' ■ . £».. ■■■ ' V. i SMRjfc. , ■- 1 t y.m f T ■ i Mm T J h ■ w 3 i I Ml . jHbHBFHmHBI : V IB t J ’ ' ■ • ■ w t :I ' . mm 1 f i m I 1 :SL A T m fk. jjrprw m ft 4 — « JH Hp i ■ rSM m r flKi RT idll V: WM " mJ Wf- 1 r A% It- TOP ROW: Sheets, Steve; Romine, Gary; Simard, Ronald; Slaton, Vernon; Scarberry, Wayne; Simpson, Ricky; Sharp, Dan; Shuler, Mike; Root, Eddy; Smith, Dean. THIRD ROW: Roberson, Bonnie; Rummel, Kathleen; Siegmann, Janet; Shoupe, Claudette; Shaughnessy, Jill; Shawley, Mari¬ lyn; Smedley. Janice; Sisson, Iris; Russell, Judy; Schooley, Winnie; Ruane, Patty; Robison, Pam. SECOND ROW: Shel¬ ton, Sheila; Sims, Roberta; Schafnitt, Mike; Simmons, Harry; Rudiger, Chris; Shaw, Steve: Ryel, Tommy; Robinson, Billy; Shaw, Terry; Rikli, Christine; Semrad. Wilma; Seegers, Caro¬ lyn. BOTTOM ROW: Rowe, Carolyn; Schmitz, Jeanne; Shepherd, Connie; Sain, Debbie; Shepherd, Denise; Segars, Sharon; Seltenreich, Candice; Schroeder, Connie; Shupack, Diane; Roberts, Cherri; Russell, Mary; Scott, Sandra; Seal, Donna. T ! 55 f ' tm " iKJi fy ml pTV i m J ' . i| VlS HTMl j jL k . w mTl llll i,»‘ • a HSH; 9 TOP ROW: Stutchman, Horace; Tabeling, Eddie; Smith, Ronald; Smith, Floyd; Taylor, Bobby; Snow, Harold; Stephan, Ronnie; Thompson, Jerry; Smith, Kenny; Storm, Bruce; Stutchman, Maurice; Sparkman, Mike. THIRD ROW: Sparks, Sandy; Taylor, Gloria; Taber, Marilyn; Swig- gart, Linda; Snyder, Jane; Thomas, Bertha; Stoll, Esther; Wagner, Diana; Stevenson, Vicki; Sparks, Larue; Waibel, Sandra. SECOND ROW: Walker, Judy; Smith, Frienda; Splane, Linda; Stair, Chuck; Smith, Bruce; Smith, Joe; Spurlin, Alan; Smith, Bruce B.; Tah, Francis; Snyder, Billie; Specie, Jo Ann; Tunis, Cathy. BOTTOM ROW : Spurgeon, Melva; Sorey, Kathy; Steiger, Debbie; Sturgeon, Linda; Sweetwood, Connie; Sweeney, Sarah; Stephenson, Judy; Smith, Gloria; Smith, Carol; Stuart, Cindy; Stevenson, Jo Ann; Strain, Cathy. Sophs qualify for National Honor Society TOP ROW: West, Dale; Waack, Matt; VanWelden, Rick; VanBuskirk, Russell; Unruh, James; Turner, Dennis; Wagner, Gary; Turner, Dale; Weidner, Earnest; Truman, Robert; Suiter, Mike; Winfield, Dennis. THIRD ROW: Walker, Linda; Tinsley, Janice; VanSickle, Sherry; Walker, Joyce; VanHauen, Judy; Thompson, Phyllis; Vaughan, Linda; Turner, Betty; Thompson, Theda; Waken, Pat; Veach, Robert. SECOND ROW: Underwood, Billy; Wear, Ronald; Wellman, Don; Toews, Francis; Wanzer, Chris; Wedel, Roger; Warner, James; Todd, Wayne; Walters, Mitchel; Travelstead, Garry. BOTTOM ROW: Webber, Clarence; Welker, Wanda; Weese, Carol; Wells, Mary Helen; Walker, Connie; Warren, Charlene; Thompson, Sue; Walters, Peggy Sue; Upp, Judy; Vickers, Janyce; Vail, Donald. j V , v m j TOP ROW: Wood, Bud; Winbolt, Dennis; Young, Randy; Wright, Jack; Zaloudek, Monte; Whitenight, Harry; Witt, James; Wood, David; Williams, Charles; White, David; Wil¬ lems. Randy; Wood. Bennie; Williams, Leslie. THIRD ROW: Williams, Larry; Willhoite, Doug; Wheeler, Sherry; Wilson, Nancy; Wright, Sherry; Wells, Karen; Willis, Shannon; Wil¬ burn, Margie; WycofF, Roberta; Zahl, Kathy; Young, Terry Lee; Wilson, Richard. SECOND ROW: White, Mickey; Wright, Ray; Wright, Mike E.; Wheeler, Eddie; Young, Terry; Wilson, Briant; Pilgrim, Jimmie; Zion, Larry; Witty, Gary; Wright, Terry; Wofford, Richard. BOTTOM ROW: Westfall, Charmaine; Weber, Margaret; Williams, Susan; Wiegratz, Carolyn; Willits, Denise; Whitson, Claudine; Wilson, Patricia; Stricklin, Norma. 56 MUSIC and DRAMA WITH LINGERING MEMORIES from the past Kathy Clinesmith and Richard Taylor sing and tease with “Do You Remember?” 57 M w Pride of E. H. S” march es on to victory from EARLY RISING BAND members manage to keep eyelids open as they load buses for competition at Norman Band Day. With desire as their motive the ‘Pride of E.H.S.” marched on to victory. Whether it was the victory of an individual’s effort or supporting a victorious foot¬ ball or basketball team, the band excelled. Beginning early August, the band worked, never letting up until its final performance at commencement. On cool fall mornings the band was on the practice field drilling for football games. Enid football fans en¬ joyed these performances and showed their apprecia¬ tion through enthusiastic ovations and comments after every game. During the season’s first football game, Linda Keck was crowned Band Queen by president John Baird. Another half-time featured the eight Enid High twirlers in solos and precision routines. From the patriotic pre-game ceremonies to the impressive half¬ time performances, the band put excellence into pro¬ ducing inspiration for the team to go to victory. April 14 the Plainsmen band held their annual spring Symphony, Song and Swing Concert as a tribute to the many parents and Enid citizens who sup¬ port the band in all endeavors. TOP ROW: Griffin, Mr. Eugene (sponsor); Bandy, Tony; Cropper, Nancy; Long, Connie; Essex, Teri; Ross, Suzanne; Pearson, Peggy. FOURTH ROW : Bandy, Phil; Yehle, Steve; Terrill, Larry: Brown, Raymond; Jorden, Ed; Fullhart, Chuck; Patton, Dan; Barton, Wayne; Heffron, Tommy; Culver, Mar¬ vin; Scoggin, David; Isbell, Eddie; Johnson, Dean. THIRD ROW: Pierce, Mary Elizabeth (publicity manager); Oker- lund, Jim; Lewis, Barbara; McCormick, Linda; Pinson, Karen (business manager) ; Cravens, Edward (quarter¬ master) ; Kieffer, Stephen; Allen, Jim (drum major) ; Semrad, Connie; Dailey, Douglas; Harmon, John; Williams, Larry; Vance, Karen; Brueggemann; Ronnie; Beard, Dennis; Hop¬ kins, Gilbert; Cummings, David; Vance, Larry; Wear, Ron¬ nie. SECOND ROW: Easterly, Susan; Porter, Robert; Mans¬ field, Buster; Newman, Mike; Marlatt, Nancy; Turner, Den¬ nis; McGill, Kathy; Witty, Gary; Moore, Mike; Stevenson, Vicki; McManis, Ken; Munsinger, Roger; Herndon, Terri; Cutting, Judy; Kirts, Susan; Stutchman, Maurice; Carver, Steve; Leeper, John; Hoad, Ray. BOTTOM ROW: Miller, Richard; Wilson, Nancy; Buckner, Janice; Koch, Linda; Foglesong, Rick; Allen, Bonnie; Fischer, Kenneth; Clark, Danny (vice-pres.) ; Pierce, Cheryl; Mitchell, John; Hellwege, Dennis; Boileau, Jeff; Schroeder, Melvin; Stevenson, Jerry; Haddad, John; Wagner, Diane; Thomas, Marsha. 58 I " practice to Tri-State: Enid to Memphis April 14 the Plainsmen band held their annual spring “Symphony, Song, and Swing Concert,” as a tribute to the many parents and Enid citizens who sup¬ port the band in all their endeavors. The eighty-mem¬ ber Symphonic band presented “March With Trum¬ pets,” “Festive Overature” and “Polka and Fugue.” The larger Concert band delighted the audience with “Dixie Melodies” and “Themes From Italian Movies.” The concert proved to be just one of many activi¬ ties. Traditionally, Enid was host to the Tri-State Music Festival with over 11,000 contestants and judges. On May 5 the band entered the precision marching con¬ test and competed again the next day in concert play¬ ing. The week was climaxed by the Million Dollar Parade as bandsmen from over the nation turned Enid into a gala of colors. Band members made their last formal appearance in the Memphis, Tennessee Cotton Carnival before thousands of spectators. Here they marched in two parades, toured the city’s historical sections, and joined in the carnival spirit. Graduating meant leaving behind many memories for a senior band member, but nothing could ever re¬ place the values gained. TRADITIONAL PATRIOTISM of every Enid High foot¬ ball game is the color guard proudly displaying flags during national anthem. 4 ' ? j J ’ TOP ROW: Keck, Linda Darlene; Frazee, Ann; Pratt, Brian; Davidson, Randy; Heffron, Ray; Davis, Johnny; Hart, Bill; Loucks, Pat; Moore, Larri; Tresner, John. FOURTH ROW: Pritchett, Toby; Moore, Merle; Pinson, Glenn; Wil¬ son, Richard; Stutchman, Horace; Becker, Doug; Hamblin, Tim; Riley, Duane; Zedaker, Bill: Paris, Linda; Hardy, Steve; Albright, Leroy; Turner, Dale; Shirts, Larry; Chase, Carl. THIRD ROW: Billings, Bob; Bushnell, Ricky; Mason, Barry; Beaty, Kent; Hays, Gary; Carver, Dickey; Robison, Bruce; Mitchell, Errol; Goodpasture, Terry; Hibbets, Lewis; Camp¬ bell, John; Umble, John; Pritchett, Bob; Chance, Charles; Chambers, Stephen; Wille, Charles; Chambers, Bert; Elton, Dale; McCormick, Brad. SECOND ROW: Baird, John: Hud¬ dleston, Steve Rikli; Charles; Boileau, Mike; Teague, Jim; Henderson, Bill; Mason, John; Hemphill, Mark; Cummings, James; Stengle, Jim; Frazier, Edna; Buckles, Jackie; Bolton, Terri; Duffy, Nicki; George, David; Thomas, John; Thomas. Leah; Okerlund, Tom; Ragan, Nancy; Hcnneke, Fred. BOT¬ TOM ROW: Rowland, LeRoy; Walker, Mary; Chester, Lana; Buvinger, Anne; Chase, Rita; Larsen, Karen; Escue, Shero- lyn; Miller, Shirley; Ogden, Sue; Anderson, Linda; Keck. Linda; Domnick, Vicki; Pritchett, Adra; Arnold, Penny; Swinnea, Bill: Bahm, Debbie; Lewis, Nancy. 59 I Versatile m ixed chorus presents varied Eighty-five beautifully modulated voices produced the sound creating many assemblies and entertainments throughout the year . . . these were the voices of the Enid High Mixed Chorus. This chorus made its debut in the Thanksgiving Assembly. They presented, to the student body in their program, many numbers from the first Thanksgiving. Christmas brought with it various performances for the chorus. They were given the honor, during this season, of singing for several of the civic clubs in Enid. They relived the deep spiritual meaning of Christmas in the traditional assembly presented on the Enid High stage. The climax of the year was the “Time to Sing” pro¬ gram produced by the vocal music department. In this concert these well-trained voices performed several degrees of opera and deviated to the lighter Broadway musicals. TOP ROW: Richardson, Fred; Sargent, Major; Sweetwood, Jim; Adamson, Dee; Moots, Gay Lynn; Smith, Verdeena: Shafford, Peggy; Bryson, Marilyn; Smith, Shari; Cooley, Bill; Gau, Bill; Krupp, Mark; Grantz, Sondra; Page, Lynn; Coombs, Joan; Lansdown, Connie; Lipps, Conti; Little, Bob; Burnett, Jim; Taylor, Richard; Heilman, Mike; Dawes, David. THIRD ROW : Mathis, Alan; Jack, Rex; Taylor, Ken; Trim¬ ble, Jonny; Prentice, Barbara; Thorpe, Sally; Bingham, Bon¬ nie; Lundy, Linda; Carnell, Jean; Winkler, Gary; Fullingim, Mike; Cravens, Ed; Day, Barbara; Russell, Frances; Rose, Sandra; Maddox, Shirley; Fleming, Dixie; Sloup, Sharyl; Hatfield, Janice; Stephenson, Gary; Johnson, Sam; Hume, TARY RUZEK STEALS student talent assembly with “Wouldn’t It Be Loverly” from the hit Broadway musical | “My Fair Lady.” 6 O programs for school and community Scales of harmony floated from the Enid High School Auditorium on May 3, 8:00 p.m., as the Vocal Music Department presented their annual concert from the world of opera. The program was a combination of the talents of the Boys’ Glee Club, Girls’ Glee Club, Girls’ Chorus, and Mixed Chorus, focused on one central theme . . . weaving musical magic. Several students were especially gifted with operatic voices. As a result, the director, Mrs. Maurine Priebe, selected music from the realms of grand, light, and comic opera; operetta; musical plays and Broadway shows. Audiences were captivated by Lucia de Lammer- rnoor, and Rigoletto. But all was not opera. The mood deviated to segments of music from My Fair Lady, Chocolate Soldier, and The Merry Widow. Highlighting the performance was the crowning of Chorus Queen Dixelyn Fleming by King Bill Gau. Royal attendants were Kathy Clinesmith, Jim Burnett, Sondra Grantz, John Smith, Fran Russell, James Krupp, Marilyn Bryson and Major Sargent. SENIOR CHORUS MEMBER Leona Mitchell depicts the spiritual aspects of Christmas by her performance of “O Holy Night.” David. SECOND ROW: Farrell, Dennis; LeGrant, Randy; Clinesmith, Kathy; Turner, Roberta; Mitchell, Leona; May, Micki; Christensen, Becky; O ' Neill, Karen; Krupp, James; Roberson, Cindy; Clay, Joyce; Simmons, Karin; Maxwell, Marsha; Simmons, Sharon; Hackworth, Linda; Reschke, Bob; Wilson, Dennis; Hobbs, Kurt; Bishline, David. BO I IOM ROW: Maloney, Dade; Thomas, Don; Wheeler, Larry; Ruzek, Tary; Pekrul, Ann; Carr, Rae Ellen; Cline, Phyllis; Moats, Kenneth; Schoonover, Jim: Wright, Gloria; Holdeman, Kathy; Russell, Shari; Terrill, Becky; Burdg, Letitia; Pulver, Bennie; Atkinson, Richard; Smith, John; Baird, John. AT PIANO: Baird, Barbara; Edley, Carol. 61 14 T 1 Pi TOP ROW: Osburn, Linda Ann; Tillis, Cassandra; Skipper, Frances; Jackson, Shirley (reporter); Trimble, Susanne; Gratner, Sue; Chase, Marty; Regier, Evelyn; Garis, Sharon; Smith, Linda; Womack, Jan (president); Stetnish, Nancy; Williams, Kathy (vice-president) ; Seltenreich, Sharon. THIRD ROW: Snell, Judy; Grammont, Nancy; Hobbs, Carolyn; Har¬ wood, Linda; Jimison, Barbara; Bridges, Loretta; Bank, Caro¬ lyn; Pray, Elizabeth; Rogers, Linda; Moore, Sandra (secre¬ tary-treasurer) ; Wiederkehr, Sally; Escoe, Shirley; Richard¬ son, Pat. SECOND ROW: Jones, Linda; Allen, Rebecca; Webb, Rita; Parker, Karen; Nusz, Linda (librarian) ; Weber, Charolette; Thompson, Sonja; Gault, Linda; Murphy, Judy; Everett, Marcia; Arnold, Donna; Enns, Carol; Henley, Ar- nella; Brewer, Dorena. BOTTOM ROW: Wacker, Sharon; Houghton, Cheryl; McCullough, Terri; Wilson, Joyce; Mitul- ski, Carolyn; Massie, Peggy; Hall, Lynn; Bennett, Karen; Cockrell, Cathy; Conley, Deanna; Simon, Loretta; Hickey, Teresa; Drum, Barbara; Teitzel, Georgann. AT PIANO: Russell, Mary. Girls ' Chorus makes harmonious blends I The Girls’ Chorus, made up of sophomore, junior, and senior members, engaged in singing appearances throughout the year. A feeling of profound gratitude engulfed the students during Thanksgiving as the girls sang selections of patriotic songs. The Christmas sea¬ son carols re-echoed through the halls of E.H.S. Along with almost a thousand other Enid students, they sang at the Christmas Vespers. For an effective perform¬ ance the girls’ chorus sang such numbers as “Some Enchanted Evening,” “Sympathy” and “Moonbeams,” characterizing the musical selections presented at the spring concert. Honors received at Tri-State and the program for May Fete festivities crowned the gay and glorious year for the Girls’ Chorus. BOYS SERENADE WITH romantic melodies in assembly. TOP ROW: Wells, Karen; Atwood, Mary; McBride, Cyn¬ thia; Collins, Janice; Drage, Elizabeth; Dierksen, Shirley; Leggett, Peggy; Killam, Kathy; Willis, Shannon; Harrison, Carolyn; Ferguson, Sherry; Willits, Denise; Davis, Jane; Hen- neke, Joyce; Holtzen, Jeannette; Wright, Sherry; Druiett, Terri; Henthorn, Lana; Mason, Marsha; Hoyt, Connie; Bar¬ ton, Diana; Chapman, Sharon; Shawley, Marilyn; Snyder, Billie. THIRD ROW : Otjen, LeMoine; Beard, Jeanne; La- dusau, Michele; Hoeltzel, Janet; Chodrick, Teresa; Pack, Trudy; Hysell, Janet; Pope, Margaret; Duncan, Nancy; Stephenson, Judy; Zahl, Kathy; Ruane, Patty; VanSickle, Sherry; Windier, Terry; Nichols, Barbara Lynn; Morris, Micki; Devers, Karen; Martens, Mary; Wheeler, Sherry; Barnard, Judie; Hatfield, Mary Ann; Newman, Linda; Hei¬ berg, Kathy; Ging, Carol. SECOND ROW: Harmon, Sulyn; Choate, Connie; Gungoll, Cathy; Wells, Mary Helen; Koehn, Martha; Sweeney, Sarah; Breitenkamp, Ginger; Scott, San¬ dra; Ratzlaff, Susan; West, Shelia; Sparks, Sandy; Gau, Pam; Congdon, Linda; Hopkins, Gloria; Sturgeon, Linda; Cushing, Mary; Rummel, Kathleen; Tinsley, Janice; Weber, Margaret; Lichtenberg, Sherry; Damon, Sandra; Reece, Vicki. BOTTOM ROW: Smith, Frienda; Norris, Dana; Steiger, Debbie; Ben¬ nett, Jeannine; Seltenreich, Candice; Stuart, Cindy; Hough¬ ton, Susan; Paris, Nicki; Walters, Peggy Sue; Hronopulos, Cathy; Welker, Wanda; Cox, Anita; Upp, Judy; Sain, Deb¬ bie; Richard, Carolyn; Dittmeyer, Carol; Arnold, Jean; Chambers, Dana; Schmitz, Jeanne; Burns, Eula Mae; Miller, Debbie. AT PIANO: Russell, Mary; Pearce, Jo Ann. STRAINS OF RELIGIOUS carols echo throughout the school in accompaniment to the Christmas tableau. E. H. S. vocalists entertain civic groups CHRISTMAS ASSEMBLY OFFERS a variety of entertainment ranging from the height of religion to fantasy. With focus on showmanship, the Enid High Vocal Music Department sang their way through civic pro¬ grams, contests and student assemblies. Under the di¬ rection of Mrs. Maurine Morrow Priebe, the choruses excelled as they performed at the various civic clubs and entertained with such favorites as “Hi Neighbor” and “Blue Velvet.” The Vocal Department was fea¬ tured on the Christmas assembly and provided special music throughout the year. The combined efforts of the Girls’ Glee Club, Girls’ Chorus, Mixed Chorus and the Boys’ Glee Club en¬ chanted many audiences this year. During Tri-State the three hundred and forty-seven members of the de¬ partment consistently received superior ratings through¬ out the three-day contest. Members entered solos, en¬ sembles and chorus groups for the year’s climax. On the night of May 3, the curtains went up on the vast and entertaining “World of Opera.” Here the scene opened on the gala moods of the Boys’ Glee Club, Girls’ Glee Club, Girls’ Chorus, and Mixed Chorus presenting their annual spring concert to a full house. Many vocal students were gifted with the truly rare operatic voice thus giving them the opportunity to display their talents from classical grand opera to light and comic opera. Gilbert and Sullivan and Lerner and Lowe came alive in numbers from musical plays and popular Broadway shows. Audiences were captivated with songs from My Fair Lady and Rigoletto. Climaxing the evening’s performance was the crown¬ ing of the 1965-66 Chorus Queen and King with their royal attendants. TOP ROW: Henneke, Fred; Thomas, Leah; Ragan, Nancy; Okerlund, Tom; Chambers, Bert; Elton, Dale; McCormick, Brad; Fullhart, Chuck. FOURTH ROW: Griffin, Eugene (sponsor); Tresner, John; Moore, Larri; Baird, John; Hud¬ dleston, Steve; Henderson, Bill; Miller, Richard; Wilson, Nancy; McCormick, Linda; Pinson, Karen; Pratt, Brian; Frazee, Ann; Snow, Flarold; Dodson, Jerry; Bridges, Bob. THIRD ROW: Crowley, Judy; Litton, Trudy; Fields, Kath¬ leen; Lewis, Nancy; Bahm, Debbie; Larsen, Karen; Buvinger, Anne; Rowe, Carolyn; Simon, Helen; Bennett, Daniel. SEC¬ OND ROW: Regier, Paul; Benton, Johnnie; Gerhard, Janice. BOTTOM ROW: Marshall, Jeannie; Myers, Wayne; Hole, Joyce; Cagle, David; Long, Gloria; Dougherty, Diana; Eggles¬ ton, LaDonna; Brownfield, Gary. Symphonic sound elevates cultural leve Vibrant strings of forty-five orchestra students re¬ echoed throughout the activities of Enid High School’s orchestra. Talent and determination, combined with effort, produced one of the school’s finest cultural groups. Mr. Eugene Griffin, leader, spent many long hours developing the orchestra to their fullest capacity in discipline and artistry. A heavy schedule began as Enid was host to the Quad City Orchestra. On March 18 the symphony rated superiors at district contest. Their annual con¬ cert, April 14, climaxed the group’s work. Tri-State Festival highlighted spring events with members in ensemble and solo competition. These musicians brought merit to themselves and their school. STUDENT MUSICAL GROUP, The Gents, intrigues audiences with a driving beat and toe-tapping melody. AT PIANO : Baird, Barbara; Edley, Carol. TOP ROW: Por¬ ter, Willie; Richardson, Fred; Sargent, Major; Jack, Rex; Taylor, Ken; Sweetwood, Jim (sec.-treas.) ; Adamson, Dee (pres.); Cooley, Bill; Gau, Bill (rep., King); Cravens, Ed; Krupp, Mark; Gains, Eddie; Little, Bob; Burnett, Jim; Dawes, David; Beard, Herb; Zaloudek, Monte; Bundy, Darrell; Gill- ham, Dale. THIRD ROW: Hobbs, David; Maloney, Dade; LeGrant, Randy; Farrell, Dennis; Burchardt, Jerry; Gracey, Richard; Young, Terry; Mills, Jim; Moats, Kenneth; Pasby, Kerry; Underwood, Billy; Heath, Verle; Stephenson, Gary; Johnson, Sam; Taylor, Richard; Hume, David; Johnston, Curt; Richardson, Jim. SECOND ROW: Langford, Larry; Mathis, Alan; Trimble, John; Chenoweth, Eddie; Winkler, Gary; Fullingim, Mike; Krupp, James; Schoonover, Jim; Reschke, Bob; Smith, John; Wilson, Dennis; Karner, Don; Adamson, Bob; Williams, Leslie; Holub, Elvin; Baird, John. BOTTOM ROW: Bridgman, Edward; Bell, Aaron; Thomas, Don; Wheeler, Larry; Martindale, Terry; Wilson, Bryant; Brooks, Terry; Epperson, Doug; Simons, Harry; Walters, Mitchel; Bishline, David; Pulver, Bennie; Atkinson. Richard: Muns, Steve; Moore, Craig; VanWelden, Rick. Hearty male voices vibrate in harmony Hearty male voices filled the vocal music department when the Boys’ Glee Club began to sing. Whether it was a bright marching song or some deeply moving spiritual, these boys gave it a professional quality. A popular entertainment group, the chorus appeared at the Lions, Kiwanis, and Rotary civic clubs. The holiday season gave them ample opportunity to display their talents on the Christmas assembly. As the year neared an end the glee club left graduating seniors with delightful memories of the May Fete. Melodies rang out as they joined with the Girls’ Chorus to present their annual concert. Officers Dee Adamson, president, James Krupp, vice- president, Jim Sweetwood, secretary-treasurer, Mike Fullingim, librarian, and Bill Gau, reporter, led projects to success. WITH CANDY AND toys in his sack Santa Claus comes to visit Plainsmen during the Christmas Assembly. 6 5 “HARVEY,” THE IMAGINARY rabbit, makes his grand appearan e with his friend Elwood P. Dowd, in the all-school play. Imaginary rabbit captivates audience The 1965-66 all school play was presented Novem¬ ber 11, under the direction of Mrs. Delyte Poindexter. Many weeks of hard work developed into the three- act comedy “Harvey.” Elwood P. Dowd, a very easy¬ going fellow, turned his household into near bedlam when he declared he had a six-foot tall, white rabbit for a companion. Veta Simmons, sister of Elwood, and quite on the up and up of social life, made the harsh decision to have Elwood committed to a nearby sanitarium, Chumley’s Rest, so he would not interfere with her daughter’s protected life. Through varied mysterious happenings it was realized that there just might be this large, white rabbit named Harvey. The cast included Mike Norman as Elwood P. Dowd, Harvey’s pal and friend; Barbara Prentice, as Veta Louise Simmons, the cosmopolitan sister; Le Moine Otjen as Myrtle Mae Simmons, the protected daughter; Fred Henneke as Dr. William Chumley, head of Chumley’s Rest; Beverly McIntosh as Betty Chum¬ ley, Dr. Chumley’s wife; Larry Shirts as Dr. Lyman Sanderson, a young and ambitious doctor at Chumley’s Rest; Sam Johnson as Duane Wilson, strong-arm at the sanitarium; Belle Bingham as Miss Kelly, the nurse; Lynn Page as Ethel Chauvenet, a very well-to-do and sophisticated woman; Bill Makosey as Judge Gaff¬ ney, long-time friend and counsel of Veta Simmons; Nathan Mitchell as E. J. Lofgren, an easy-going cab driver; and Angela La Salle as Miss Johnson, the Sim¬ mons’ maid. Student directors were Nancy Underwood, Act I; Sam Johnson, Act II; Susan Woods, Act III, and Wayne Merry as technical director. THROUGH THE USE of makeup junior actress Barbara Prentice is transformed into old age by makeup artist Susie Smith. 66 Seniors prove " Seventeenth” the best Enid High School Seniors presented their 1965-66 senior play, “Seventeenth Summer,” February 3, in the Enid High School auditorium. Angie, a charming and sensitive girl of seventeen, faced the hardships and joys of growing up. Jack, a friendly and sincere boy of eighteen, accompanied Angie through her search for maturity. Under the direction of Mrs. Delyte Poindexter, the cast portrayed a true-life story that carried a message to students as well as parents. Those on the cast were Dixie Fleming, Kitty Mor¬ row; Dottie DeFoe, Angie Morrow; Beverly McIntosh, Mrs. Morrow; Fred Henneke, Mr. Morrow; Carol Creed, Margaret Morrow; Nancy Underwood, Lorraine Morrow; Becky Brandt, Margie; Judy Murphy, Jane; Jim Sweetwood, Jack Duluth; Mike House, Martin Keefe; Charles McDonald, Art; Larry Buller, Fitz; and Richard Scaling, as Tony Becker. Student directors included Mike Norman, technical director; Penny Painter, Act I; Wayne Merry, Act II; and Susie Smith, Act III. KITTY MORROW PROVES to be quite a “problem chile’’ when the times become trying for her older sister, Angie. 0 LIFE FOR ANGIE Morrow is a never-ceasing merry-go-round of fun and heartache during the days marking her “Seventeenth Summer.” 6 7 Thespian troupe possesses many talents SOPHOMORE GIRLS, Kathy Zahl, Mary Margaret Russell and JoAnn Pearce, captivate audiences in talent assembly with a hobo number. TOP ROW: Norman, Mike; Jemison, Larry; Frantz, Steve; Hannon, Monroe; Oltmanns, Connie; Wilson, Dennis; Merry, Wayne. THIRD ROW: Frantz, Robin; Prentice, Barbara (rep.) ; Roberts, Millie (sec.) ; Holcomb, Janice; Munger, Mar¬ garet; Chase, Marty; Shreve, Linda. SECOND ROW: Dom- nick, Vicki; Hume, David; Mauk, Dan (sr. rep.); Musser, Jim Enid High School Thespian Troupe 1263 added sixty-six new members to their roster, making a new total of ninety-eight. During the initiation the purpose and history of the National Thespian Society were con¬ veyed to the initiates. The purpose as stated by Mrs. Delyte Poindexter is to promote the advancement of dramatic arts in secondary schools. Following initiation new members and their parents were honored by a reception in the home economics room. Thespian hope¬ fuls were required to earn ten points by being in plays, working on committees, and selling tickets to obtain their membership. The Thespian convention was held at Oklahoma City Central High School on April 23. In the program were demonstrations and impromptu acting by Thespian members and professionals from other schools. Highlight of the year was the annual Thespian Play “What Every Woman Knows,” by James Barry. The play portrayed the attempt of two older bachelor brothers to get their younger sister, Maggie, married. Through many complications, the theme, “Behind every successful man there is a woman . . became evident. Thespians concluded this year with the annual Senior Banquet held in April to honor graduating Thespians. At this banquet, awards were given to all seniors earning over fifty points. Special awards were given to the seniors with the highest number of points along with the title “Best Thespian” boy or girl. Addi¬ tional awards were given to the best actress and actor appearing in each play. (treas.) ; Williams, Clark; Swanson, Rusty (vice-pres.) ; Poin¬ dexter, Mrs. Delyte (spon.). BOTTOM ROW: Eckford, Pear- lene; Smith, Susie; Fitzgerald, Myrlane; Montgomery, Linda; Woods, Susan; Painter, Penny (scribe); Underwood, Nancy (pres.). i f 1 68 J mmm , JOURNALISM and SPEECH QUILL EDITORS Mary Elizabeth Pierce, Mark Cromwell, Sidney Hicks and Susie Smith, midst frustrations, produce first offset paper. TOP ROW: Bukacek, Karen; Entriken, Sallie; Field, Susan; Hclcomb, Janice; Edwards, Claudia; Roberts, Millie; Mc¬ Intosh, Beverly; Mabry, Madelynn. MIDDLE ROW: Scott, Miss Ruth (spon.) ; Hixon, Linda; Curtis, Margaret Ann; Seebo, Thomas; Killough, Jack; Rector, Roslyn; Jones, Sandra; Mc- Gugin, Bev. BOTTOM ROW: Shellenbarger, Karen; Owens, Janie; Nutt, Eva; Hewitt, Donna; Smith, Susie; Pierce, Mary Elizabeth; Specie, Carolyn; Willhoite, Dana; Pratt, Heidi. Publications lend experience to journalists Late hours, frenzied last-minute changes, rushed deadlines, ... all are a part of the normal everyday duties of the Quill Annual staff. This staff, under the leadership of Miss Ruth Scott, put much time and thought into the preparation of the Quill. Accuracy and interest were goals to strive for, and the ’66 Quill is the culmination of their efforts. Midst school activities and harrassed staff the Quill Weekly was published every two weeks under the sponsorship of Miss Ruth Scott and Herbert Seem, printing sponsor. During second semester $20,000 in offset equipment was purchased. The staff climaxed the year’s publications with a special senior memories edition. TIPS ON FINANCIAL news are given to editors during Teen Workshop. FRANCES SKIPPER helps Mark Cromwell, at justowriter, Sidney Hicks, varityper, and Mary Elizabeth Pierce, edit copy. Becky Brandt and Vicki Silberberger study letter press vs. off¬ set papers. Eva Nutt and Teresa Hickey, exchange editors, cover mailing list. Steve Autry, annual football copy editor, and David Hume query Susie Smith on layout. Donna Hewitt and Karen Shellenbarger check school news. r N k r v j Jo La j ■ - -) ' a 1 | M 11 t I V 1 llfifl TOP ROW: Johnson, Cecil; Hume, David; Paine, Allie; Har¬ bour, David; Hicks, Sidney (pres.); Cromwell, Mark (v.- pres.) ; Vater, John; Nichols, Jim; Axe, Charles; Graham, Bruce; Manuel, Duane. THIRD ROW: Scott, Miss Ruth (spon.) ; Meeker, Bob; Hixon, Linda; Entriken, Sallie; McIn¬ tosh, Beverly; Holcomb, Janice; Edwards, Claudia; Roberts, Millie; Hatfield, Viola; Mabry, Madelynn; Baker, Karen. SEC¬ OND ROW: Buller, Doug; Clark, Danny; Mauk, Dan; Rich¬ ard, Gary; Seebo, Thomas; McKeever, Kent; Autry, Steve; Glasser, Steve; Killough, Jack; Cravens, Ed; Dickey, Mike. BOTTOM ROW: Shellenbarger, Karen; Owens, Janie; Nutt, Eva; Hewitt, Donna; Smith, Susie; Pierce, Mary Elizabeth (treas.) ; Henry, Debbie; Specie, Carolyn; Willhoite, Dana; Pratt, Heidi. TOP ROW: West, Danny; Winkler, Gary; Brooks, Harvey; Booze, Tim; House, Mike; Frantz, Kurt; Davidson, J. D.; Gau, Bill; Scott, Miss Ruth (spon.). THIRD ROW: Jones, San¬ dra; Slaton, Sandra; Green, Wanda; Goodpasture, Dianna; Silberberger, Vicki; Page, Lynn; Se mrad, Connie:, Womack, Jan; Garrison, Connie; Gannon, Kay; Ramirez, Rita. SECOND ROW: Rogers, Linda; Copeland, Vickie; Smith, Cecil; Mon¬ gold, David; Bandy, Phil; Longley, Mike: Frantz, Steve; Wright, Jim; Keck, Linda; Williams, Kathy. BOTTOM ROW: Donnell, Diana; Estes, Sherry; Bukacek, Karen; Curtis, Mar¬ garet Ann; McGugin, Beverly; Phares, Cecilia; Rector, Roslyn; Clinesmith, Kathy; Langford, Cynthia; Hickey, Teresa; Klie- wer, Bonnie. Journalism club accents communications DR. CHARLES ALLEN, head of O.S.U. School of Journal¬ ism, takes the opportunity on Senior Career Day to stimulate interest in journalism as a profession. Journalism Club, composed of Newswriting students and those interested in going on in Journalism, met once a month to hear and interview persons. The club heard many interesting talks. Cheryl Sem¬ rad, Miss Oklahoma in 1963, spoke of her travels; Bruce Hinson, WKY news reporter, spoke of his film on Governor Bellmon; and Carolyn Woods, O.S.U. sopho¬ more, talked of her recent experiences in journalism. When interesting personalities visited Enid, Miss Ruth Scott, sponsor, made every attempt to give stu¬ dents opportunity for mass interviews. A noteworthy interview was with Colorado Senator Peter Doinnick, who spoke of his political views and future plans. 7 1 I Debaters voice pros, cons and rebuttals TIPS ON COMPULSORY ARBITRATION, topic of ’66 debates, are given to Steve Yehle and Alan Poindexter by Mrs. LaNora Bloom. The Debate Club of Enid High School had another successful year. Many hours of diligent study were spent in preparation for the debate contests. During the year they attended legislative debates at John Marshall, Putnam City, and Northwest Classen high schools. Legislative debates are carried on in the same man¬ ner as debates in the House of Representatives and Senate. These debates gave students the opportunity to observe the procedures of government and participate in lawmaking, thus preparing them to take an active part in government as informed adults. Climaxing the year of legislative debates was the Student Congress, held at the Oklahoma State Capitol building, Okla¬ homa City. The debate team excelled in the academic debate contests. They participated in contests at Panhandle A M, Northwestern State University, Phillips Univer¬ sity, Okmulgee Technical School and Central State College. They also attended the regional contest at Oklahoma State University in Stillwater. I TOP ROW: Glasser, Steve; Beard, Dennis; Foglesong, Rick (capt.) ; Adamson, Dee; Hopkins, Gilbert; Beard, Len; Poin¬ dexter, Allen; Swanson, Rusty. THIRD ROW: Beard, Jeanne; Johnson, Sam (rep.); Henderson, Eldon; Mosher, Jim; Shreve, Linda; Foulks, Penny; Kocher, John; Bloom, Mrs. LaNora (spon.). SECOND ROW: Yehle, Steve; Payne, Charles; Mongold, David; Musser, Jim; Buchanan, Brad: Sheets, Steve; Harris, Lowell. BOTTOM ROW: Riesen, La- mita; Bolton, Terri; Yaryan, Leslie; Brandt. Becky; Hensley, Sheila; Adelman, Carolyn. 7 r rfsTf ’ i TOP ROW: Shirts, Larry; LeGrant, Randy; Beard, Dennis; Foglesong, Rick (Debate Captain) ; Hopkins, Gilbert; Hen¬ derson, Eldon (treas.) ; Glasser, Steve; Merry, Wayne; Tres- ner, John; Johnson, Sam (rep.). THIRD ROW: Bloom, Mrs. LaNora (spon.) ; Craig, Jack; Shreve, Linda; Foulks, Penny; Holcomb, Janice; Raney, Bev: Bolton, Terri; Beard, Jeanne; Mongold, David; Kopp, Phil. SECOND ROW: Payne, Charles: Kocher, John; Sheets, Steve; Poindexter, Allen; Meeker, Bob; Beard, Len; Frantz, Steve : Buchanan, Brad (v.pres.) ; Ter¬ rill, Larry. BOTTOM ROW: Pearson, Kathy; Riesen, Lamita: Brandt, Becky (pres.) ; Yaryan, Leslie; Pearson, Mary (sec.) ; Moore, Sandy; Kirby, Nancy; Adelman, Carolyn. Forensic arts priceless in modern society N.F.L. are the initials of success and leadership at Enid High School. It is well known that these initials stand for the outstanding speech organization—the National Forensic League. The power that boosted the National Forensic League to soaring heights this year was due to the leadership of its officers: Becky Brandt, president; Brad Buchanan, vice-president; Lamita Riesen, secretary- treasurer; Sam Johnson, reporter; and Rick Foglesong, debate captain. The fuel for N.F.L. was provided by the sponsor, Mrs. LeNora Bloom, whose driving spirit helped make another successful year for the National Forensic League. To gain membership in N.F.L., twenty-five points must be earned. Ten of these must be earned at con¬ tests, while the others may be earned by service points giving speeches at various clubs and organizations. T here are degrees to strive for after attaining member¬ ship in N.F.L. These are Degrees of Merit, Honor, Excellence and Distinction. The insignia of N.F.L. is a key with an eye beside the letters NFL. As each degree is earned, different stones are placed in the eye. The National Forensic League taught young speakers not only how to address an audience, but also taught them the greater lesson of citizenship, character, and service. These things fit the student with all the neces¬ sary armament for living a successful life in the United States. TOP ROW: Scaling, Richard : Henderson, Eldcn: Vater, John ; Gocdwin, Ken; Little, Boh; Naifeh. Terry; Cox. Cliff. THIRD ROW: Harriscn, Windell; Mocn, Ricky, Lamb. Phil; Longley, Mike; Johnson, Cecil; Banks, Dennis. SECOND ROW: Bloom. Mrs. LaNc.ra (spon.); Newton, Bruce; Cravens, Ed; Mc- Keever, Kent; Richard, Gary; Fothergill, Tim; Mongold, David. BOTTOM ROW : Yehle, Steve ; Murphy, Judy; Osburn, Linda; Raney, Bev; Nance, Jim. i 73 STUDENT V , I I ' I i 74 h v’ ' - -• •k - - - ■ » -•,., ■ ■■ -■ " .a 7 2.;: “• ' " «■ - - i ' ,.irl . ; • «»i% • . J mr ,, -5 • - ' 7; V w ; - ••• ' Ipi I I t I » I Students pack extra minutes into schedule -v- 1 ;lli WBmim ' - IfMii • MUSCLE-BOUND ROOER BINFORD, Plainsman hero, rushes in to save the day for the Big Blue football team being attacked by defiant opponents. ATHLETES KENNETH HARRISON and Bruce Newton rightfully admire trophies which they helped win and those they hope some day to achieve. Aside from the academic life, students also achieved excellence in extracurricular activities. The many hours contributed by students to the school left both school and individuals better and broadened their horizons as much, perhaps, as their formal education. In each fresh encounter, Plains¬ men learned to work with others, thus gaining the most important skill, that of working with people in real-life situations. 76 TRADITION AND PATRIOTISM express the unity of thought of stu¬ dent body as flag salute is led by Bob Newsom, senior. MR. MAUK makes notation of Judy Hill’s and Cherie Lipp’s request for Bravette bus to crucial Mid-State foot¬ ball game. MR. REX MARTIN, former coach, and Mr. Lynch advise group of seniors on enrollment. 4 77 — mm BRASS TRUMPETS BLARE and thousands of Plainsmen thunder out a re-echoing charge to send the mighty team on to state victory BAND QUEEN Linda Keck, attendants Mary Elizabeth Pierce and Connie Seinrad relive an exciting moment. .007 AGENTS FROM Big Blue prepare to under¬ mine opponents’ defense with spirit and determi¬ nation. 78 High spirits, tense moments, break routine Pep assemblies were loud shouts, skits, “Let’er Rip,” and “Here’s to Enid High School,” but they were more than this. From past to present, the dynamic spirit of the student bodies had girded the foundations of teams providing the mortar binding the walls of co-operation composed of sophomore, junior, and senior members of the student body. WITH A TEARFUL but proud smile Barbara Baird rushes to give her brother John a sisterly hug after his crowning the band queen. GUIDANCE COUNSELOR Mr. Jere Ci- goux and Sherry Wheeler review plans for Sherry’s schedule. NOT TO BE LED away from the road to victory, the Bravettes present a united front as they spur the team on with “Let’er Rip.” CHEERLEADERS CAROLYN SPECIE, Myrlane Fitzgerald, Margaret Ann Curtis, Susie Field, Madelynn Mabry, Marsha Maxwell and Dana Willhoite give the victory sign as they talk with Coach Duke. j PERFORMING PRECISION MANEUVERS before capacity crowds, the Plainsman band receives long ovations. Bravettes, band and team Push Enid fa me and spirit Serving as a megaphone for sports activity, Cheerleaders and Brav¬ ettes added unity in sound and spirit to the year’s sports events. The Cheerleaders won all blue ribbons at the O.U. clinic. Later, with the success of the football team, they carried out the year’s slogan “Plains¬ men do it again.” Bravettes wore their blues and whites on game day, making rooms a banner of anticipation. JANIE OWENS, Barbara Jones, Kathy Clinesmith give whole¬ hearted support to the Enid Plainsman team. t I ON A WARM DAY, the Plainsman team lines up on school steps for impromptu pep rally for strategic game. 81 DURING AMERICAN EDUCATION Week Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wright sign guest book at Open House. AS SCHOOL CLOCKS tick hours away Mary Walker finds a quiet moment alone to study for those too-fre- quent exams. DRAMA LIVES IN the music that Lynn Goodman creates in a modern mood with an original composition of melodic progressions. A FAVORITE WITH Open House visitors is the D.E. floor room display which Larry Sharp explains to Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gardner. Faculty, students welcome parents to building STUDENT ELECTIONS SEND scads of ballots to be tallied for eager candidates and supporters by analytical student coun¬ cil sponsor. Recognizing the vital part of parents in a child ' s edu¬ cation, the school system holds an evening each year when parents are formally invited to the school to meet the teachers and inspect the facilities. Students in each room act as hosts and hostesses, answering questions and explaining the classroom procedures. In student government, miniature democracies rise and fall each semester as student council representatives are elected. ’ Ability and vocation MODERN MOODS OF “Harlem Nocturne” vibrate from the brushes of Rick Foglesong at the drums and Dennis Beard on the tenor sax. RHYTHM, RHYTHM, RHYTHM taps out with spontaniety from Marsha Max¬ well’s silver shoes to receptive students. draw a pa rallel What particular appeal in each ambition it was that challenged students in free time will perhaps never be known. But, perhaps this is pssible: many minds, while investigating future job oppor¬ tunities at Career Day set goals from which pat¬ terns of excellence were to be molded, from which destinies of individuals and nations would evolve. 84 CONSULTING ON SENIOR Career Day, Mayor Leon Cook, Mrs. Jerry Fisher and Mrs. R. E. Diesterweg re¬ view their agenda. DR. CHARLES ALLEN, O.S.U., speaks enthusiastically about his dyna- scope, invention for rating advertising. FUTURES IN HOME economics entice senior girls with speeches made by Mrs. Herbert Neathery and Miss Lillian Dresser. 85 CAROLYN SPECIE and attendants Kathy Clinesmith and Susie Field with escorts Steve Autry, Ken Mendenhall and Glen Buchan¬ an reign over Homecoming. 86 EXPRESSIVE FEATURES OF these Bravettes change with each tense moment of action on Plainsman Field. Football queen reigns amid excitement From every girl’s dream, to one girl’s reality, Carolyn Specie was chosen and crowned football queen for 1966. No jewelled crown was given her during the coronation, but rather a battle-scarred football helmet. With beauty for her sceptre she ascended her throne before her victory-bound subjects to reign for an evening on a field and an eternity in memory. WITH AGILITY AND vigor cheerleader Myrlane Fitz¬ gerald leads Enid’s enthusiastic supporters in a traditional Enid High School yell. Tradit ional warriors aim at Bombers. 1 ft i ■ MARKED WITH NUMBERS corresponding to those of football players, dads and moms sit in a pose of parental pride during “Dads’ Night.” EXUBERANT CHEERLEADERS RADIATE superior skill and the infallible talent for drawing ear-splitting spirit from the student body. 88 ONCE DEFEATED BY A “Beat Enid” slo¬ gan, Coach Alvin Duke displays a fatal Plains¬ man secret weapon. Dads’ night! Fathers showed interest in their sons as they proudly wore their numbers in the blocked section at the John Marshall game. Referees and coaches were probably right and wrong more times simultaneously that night than at any time previously, as the pride- colored eyes of anxious fathers interpreted plays. What a thrill it must have been to see their boys on the field doing what many of t M fttvo r " s n o i n »- av r I v » -» f l-» i v " v - I 1 v 1 o 1 Dads relive gridiron days While spurring sons on ENID HIGH SONGBIRDS Tary Ruzek, Shari Smith, Fran Russell, and Sharri Russell captivate audiences with faultless harmony. 89 1 TEARS OF JOY shimmer in the eyes of Basketball Queen Vicki Boler, as she sits in splendor with her court, Margaret Ann Curtis and Madelynn Mabry. SPIRITED BASKETBALL PLAYERS, surrounded by cheerleaders, burst through glory ropes into the din of an action-packed game. PROUD EMBLEMS OF the Enid High Color Guard are advanced before the crowds at all basketball games in Convention Hall. i First J State Bank ■ ] 1 9 9° ENID HIGH’S DAISY MAE, Margaret Ann Curtis, finally captures her L’il Abner, Ken Mendenhall, on Sadie Hawkins Assembly. Sadie Hawkins Week reverses social pressures ON THE DAY of the great Sadie Hawkins race, no male in Dog Patch can escape the advances of boy-crazy girls. More in keeping with a queen’s tradition, perhaps, than any other royalty, the basketball queen was crowned on a court, if not in one. Pretty Vicki Boler was crowned basketball queen by Gary Boyle at the U.S. Grant game . . . Although standard procedure with most girls, Sadie Hawkins Week legalized boy¬ chasing for its seven-day duration. While unheeded, the same rules of good sportsmanship applied as would in any hunt of wild game: give the prey some notice, and first come, first served. j i t ■ Kurt Frantz and Susie Field Madelynn Mabry and Bobby Newsom Dotty DeFoe and Mike Longley Steve Autry and Kathy Clinesmith Jim Lovell and Janie Owens Claudia Edwards and Ken Mendenhall Susie Strickler and Larry Mourer Mark Cromwell and Sallie Entriken Personality—a necessity for royalty Donna Damon, D.E. Queen 94 Carolyn Specie, Football Queen Margaret Ann Curtis, May Queen I I f I I t i ‘ i t t F t Finalists radiate beauty, charm, poise STANDING: Diana Goodpasture, Aquaette; Kathy Clinesmith, ball, May Fete; Madelynn Mabry, Basketball, May Fete; Mar- Chorus, Football, May Fete: Millie Roberts, Aquaette; Marilyn garet Ann Curtis, Basketball. IN FRONT: Mary Elizabeth Bryson, Chorus; Connie Semrad, Band; Frances Russell, Pierce, Band; Donna Roach, D.E.; Glenda Batterman. D.E. Chorus; Sondra Grantz, Chorus. SITTING: Susie Fields, Foot- 96 » Organizations IN A FLURRY OF pom-pons and wild anticipation the Plainsmen victory squad charges onto gridiron with cheerleaders in lead. 97 A t M L ® 1 ti 1 •» tfL Si 1 1 o i . J TOP ROW: Yehle, Steve; DeFoe, Dotty (pres.) ; Trimble, Sus- anne; Maupin, Ross; Adamson, Dee; Sweetwood, Jim; Fisher, Sheila; Smith, Linda; Harris, Lance. THIRD ROW: Yaryan, Leslie (treas.) ; Mathers, Sharon; La Salle, Angela; Henneke, Linda; Miller, Joyce; Creed, Carol; Keck, Linda D.; Slaton, Sandra; Sims, Janice; Gilbert, Sue; Cozart, Mrs. Dorothy (spon.). SECOND ROW : Hoad, Mrs. Martha (spon.) ; Arnold, Donna; Langford, Cynthia (sec.); Brandt, Becky; Jackson, Shirley; Klein, Susan; Anderson, Patty; Mittelstet, Kathy; Bukacek, Karen; Litson, Cynthia; Caldwell, Carolyn. BOTTOM ROW: Wilson, Joyce; Green, Cheryl; Johnson, Beverly; Moore, Sandy; Fleming, Dixie; Pierce, Mary Elizabeth (v.pres.) ; Schafnitt, Kathie; Regier, Kathy; Wheeler, Judy. FTA grasps concept of teaching profession Learning and service characterized FTA members as they explored the teaching profession and provided student leadership. Mrs. Martha Hoad and Mrs. Dorothy Cozart, sponsors, helped members direct proj¬ ects and determine individual areas of interest. Each monthly meeting introduced different aspects of American education. Programs from such areas as special education to mentally retarded, substandard teaching conditions, and newly developed ITA alphabet added interest to Future Teachers activities. TOP ROW: Hill, Judy; Harris, Barbara; Presnail, Nancy; Lundy, Linda; Moots, Gay Lynn; Lansdown, Connie; Phil¬ lips, Donna; Ramirez, Rita; Benton, Johnnie; Gill, Ethel; Lochner, Karen. THIRD ROW: Cozart, Mrs. Dorothy (spon.) ; Shryock, Sara; Christensen, Becky; Krivohlavek, Toni; Crow, Suzanne; Cutting, Judy; Domnick, Vicki; Kesner, Joyce; Blaney, Linda; Gamble, Pat; Snell, Judy; Roberson, Cindy; Hale, Linda; SECOND ROW: Royer, Kay; Essex, Teri; Fitz- TOP ROW: Shawley, Marilyn; Brooks, Donna; Thompson, Phyllis; Mason, Marsha Kay; Pasby, Kerry; Johnson, Sam (pari.); Long, Danny; Stoll, Esther; Siegmann, Janet; Rus¬ sell, Judy; Hays, Janet; Ferguson, Sherry; Ratzliff, Susan. THIRD ROW: Hoad, Mrs. Martha (spon.); Manuel, Paula; Benefiel, Leeann; Oneth, Linda; Walker, Joyce; Ging, Carol; Buvinger, Anne: Hoeltzel, Janet; Duncan, Nancy; Linker, Donna; Abernathy, Laura; Kotlan, Frances; Hough, Tangy. gerald, Myrlane; Maxwell, Marsha; Harmon, Cheryl; Frantz, Robin; Montgomery, Linda; Riesen, Lamita; Baird, Barbara; McCalla, Dianne; Wilcox, Sally; Wright, Betty; Hoad, Mrs. Martha (spon.). BOTTOM ROW: McCreary, Kathy; David¬ son, Mary; Eckford, Pearlene; Thomas, Marsha; Burghardt, Linda; Webb, Rita; Rockwell, Dorothea; Chester, Lana; Flesh- man, Sharon; Anderson, Linda; Bridges, Elizabeth; Oberlen- der, Melody. SECOND ROW: Vickers, Janyce; Shupack, Diane; Wilson, Nancy; Beard, Jeanne; Mullins, Bennie; Ladusau, Lee Ann; Bolton, Terri; Beets, Cheri; Herth, Susan; Norman, Janet; McCreary, Pam; Leeper, Sue; Cozart, Mrs. Dorothy (spon.). BOTTOM ROW: Huddle, Linda; Upp, Judy; Fitch, Cathy; Terrill, Becky; Anderson, Ginger; Dillon, Marilyn; Dougherty, Holly; Cushing, Mary; Specie, Jo Ann; Harmon, Sulyn; Lewis, Barbara; Nigh, Mary. ft t| Ik mm B m TOP ROW: Jenkins (spon.); Koehn, Don; Peterson, David; Wichert, Jerry; Hamblin, Doug; Thrower, Larry; Bu¬ chanan, Glen (treas.); Hart, Gary. THIRD ROW: Brandt, Becky (pres.); Gault, Letitia; Royer Kay; Copeland, Vicki; Defoe, Dotty; Williams, Ruth Ann; Miller, Sue; Rains, Evelyn; Burgess, Betty. SECOND ROW: Menser, Sharon; Swanegan, Sheila; Purdue, Janece; Hor¬ ton, Dwight; Quinton, Larry (v.-pres.); McIntosh, Bev (sec.); Merryman, Terry; Mansfield, Carol. BOTTOM ROW: Funk, Kathy; Crandall, Sharon; Boler, Vicki; Smith, Marsha; Overfelt, Barbara; Rudi¬ ger, Cindy; Draffin, Sharon; Estes, Sherry. TOP ROW: Emerson, Freddie; Dunbar, Paul (pres.); Harrison, Kenneth; John¬ son, Robert; Mourer, Larry; Graham, Bruce; Cromwell, Mark; Smith, Gerald; Lackey, Chester. THIRD ROW: Gill, Ethel; Lichtenberg, Debbie; Dalton, Carolyn; Pray, Elizabeth; Escue, Shero- lyn; Trimble, Susanne; Covert, Mary; Lipps, Cherie (treas.); Tillis, Cassandra; Jenkins, Mr. Stanley (spon.). SECOND ROW: Grantz, Janie; Kent, Ruthie; Bent¬ ley, Betty; Emerson, Donald; Robinson, Steve; Phares, Cecilia; Enns, Carol; Hat¬ field, Viola; Mittelstet, Kathy (sec.); Parker, Karen. BOTTOM ROW: Wood¬ ruff, Doris; Frazier, Edna; Specie, Caro¬ lyn (v.pres.); Roach, Donna; Gram- mont, Nancy; Swan, June; Hopkins, Donna; Underwood, Nancy; Reich, Jero- lyn; McGee, Joan. Bible students explore ancient history Members of the four Bible classes formed clubs to devote more time as a group to their studies of the Bible. Officers were selected and their duties were to obtain guest speakers and interesting films. These pro¬ grams were presented both for the benefit of the stu¬ dents and enjoyment. Some prominent s peakers were; George Bacomba, a native of Africa; Dr. and Mrs. Hawkins, who talked of their visit to the Holy Land; Dan Angle, missionary to Africa; and Robert Wise, as¬ sociate to Billy Graham. TOP ROW: Brown, Raymond; Hobbs, Kurt; Smith, Thomas; Burnett, Jim; Gregory, Garry; Robison, Bruce; Long- ley, Mike (pres.); McFarland, Jerry. THIRD ROW: Jenkins, Mr. Stanley (spon.); Womack, Jan; Stetnish, Nancy; Smith, Shari; Davis, Dorothy; Moseley, Judy; Martin, Teresa; Smith, Verdeena; Smith, Linda. SECOND ROW: Fine, Mary; Branch, Gail; Graham, Linda; Jones, Barbara; Ramirez, Rita; Mabry, Madelynn (sec.); Green, Wanda; Swig- gart, Nancy; Rylant, Pat. BOTTOM ROW: Wright, Carol; Owens, Janie (v.pres.); Stull, Nancy; Clinesmith, Kathy (treas.); Hewitt, Donna; Pratt, Heidi; McCullough, Terri; Cockrell, Cathy; Drum, Barbara. TOP ROW: Burris, Jerry; Krupp, James; Winkler, Gary; Earhart, Marvin; Vater, John (v.pres.); Halbrook, James; Harrison, Winded; Bushnell, Ricky (pres.). THIRD ROW: Jones, LaDonna; Klein, Susan; Semrad, Connie (sec.); Ging, Susan; Gratner, Sue; Weiss, Carolyn; Seltenreich, Sharon; Jenkins, Mr. Stanley (spon.). SECOND ROW: Martin, Karen; Thrower, Sherry; Fields, Kathleen; Gammon, Connie; Nordyke, Carol; Henry, Debbie; Henley, Dora; Gilbert, Sue; Buckles, Jennie. BOTTOM ROW: Houghton, Cheryl; McDermott, Frances; Haines, Paulette; Hall, Lynn (treas.); Caldwell, Carolyn; Clay, Joyce; Martin, Linda; Wheeler, Judy; Walker, Jerry; Brewer, Dorena. | V ' ' w - " - vl 9 A A ■ l A • A Hr . 99 Council co-ordinates active student life HOMEROOMS DECORATED AND filled colorful Christ¬ mas baskets with food for the Salvation Army and presented them to Major Jack Key. Student Council was made up of representatives elected by homerooms. The group met once a month during fourth hour to discuss student legislation. Their objectives were to suggest action and consider new projects of general concern. Each member contributed ideas thus enabling the student body to have a voice in its government. Members of the group felt they had achieved the feel of self-government and received ad¬ ministrative respect for ideas presented and the effort carried out. Homecoming, Open House, Dances, Assemblies, Christmas post office and baskets, and a party for new students and faculty members were projects during the year. The group sponsored a new idea this year by selling “On to State” ribbons for students to accent especially important football games. Students voted to place trash cans around the building to beautify the school. Another important service was annual publica¬ tion of the student directories. TOP ROW: Bushnell, Ricky; Mourer, Larry; Newsom, Bobby; Hensel, Keith; Johnson, Sam; Felix, Doug.; Scaling, Richard; Barron, Brad; Dye, Monty; Newman, Doyle. THIRD ROW: Hatfield, Janice; Leser, Debbie; Hixon, Linda; Woodson, Brenda; Curtis, Margaret Ann (sec.); Strickler, Susie; Pearce, Jo Ann; Mabry, Madelynn; Rector, Roslyn; Jenkins, Mr. Stanley (spon.). SECOND ROW: Schoonover, Jim; Butts, Ed¬ die; Musser, Jim; Buchanan, Brad; Wilson, Dennis; Autry, Steve; Glasser, Steve; Smith, Cecil; Lovell, Jim. BOTTOM ROW: Pekrul, Ann; Jenkins, Nancy; Johnson, Beverly; Sloup, Sharyl; Davis, Melinda; Cutting, Judy; Ruzek, Tary; Larsen, Karen; Richard, Carolyn. TOP ROW: Karns, Doug (v. pres.); Cromwell, Mark; Frantz, Kurt (pres.); Boyle, Gary; Stephan, Ronnie; Goss, Steve; Field, Robin; Henderson, Bill; Adamson, Bob. THIRD ROW: Zahl, Kathy; Tagge, Carol; Snyder, Jane; Edwards, Claudia; Field, Susan (treas.); Frantz, Robin; Montgomery, Linda. SECOND ROW: Jenkins, Mr. Stanley (spon.); Ven¬ able, Ronnie; Willhoite, Doug; Bishop, Sam; Bentley, Terry; Butts, Greg; Carroll, Pat; Goebel, Gary; Mason, Barry. BOTTOM ROW: Fleming, Dixie; McCreary, Pam; Jones, Candice; Rector. Marilyn; Hough, Tangy; Dillon, Marilyn; Upp, Judy; Wheeler, Judy; Owens, Janie (rep.); Mattson, Mary Kay. i l f 3} yj ' V 9 j ■ . ■r R wl " ' (Z W ' I 4 4- immh ii -T jjf ' mb I 8 If 1 I 1: r n rr ' u HT jK A y-T • » s 1 4 » A w -A Mm h ' -M:: mm) V ' fip - -v TOP ROW: Jemison, Larry; Fullingim, Mike; Frantz, Kurt; Foglesong, Rick; Brownfield, Gary; Hannon, Monroe; Hen- neke, Fred; Moore, Gary; Maupin, Ross; Elton, Dale; Tay¬ lor, Ken; Smith, Gerald; Richard, Gary; Adelman, Chris; Turner, Bill. THIRD ROW: Brandt, Becky; Sims, Janice; Christensen, Jean; Yaryan, Leslie; Mathers, Sharon; Jones, La- Donna; Entriken, Sallie; Field, Susan; Holcomb, Janice; Covert, Mary; Lipps, Cherie; Henneke, Linda; Pray, Eliza¬ beth; Sawyer, Gary; Sheets, Mark. SECOND ROW: Lovell, Jim; Hutchinson, Dirk; Beard, Dennis; Newsom, Bobby (rep.) ; Glasser, Steve (pres.) ; Smith, Cecil (v.pres.) ; Curtis, Mar¬ garet Ann (sec.) ; Mittelstet, Kathy (treas.) ; Merry, Wayne; Schroeder, Melvin; Munsinger, Roger; Rikli, Charles; Kitch¬ en, Merle; Bond, Jolene. BOTTOM ROW: Nigh, Mary; Agee, Jo Etta; Smith, Marsha; Willhoite, Dana; Christensen, Becky; Underwood, Nancy; Pierce, Mary Eliz.; Caldwell, Caro¬ lyn; Baird, Barbara; Chase, Rita; Regier, Kathy; Wykoff, Georgia; Owens, Janie; McCullough, Terri. TOP ROW: Meisner, Wesley; Staley, Larry; Donaldson, Aaron; Shirts, Larry; Bell, Steve; Curths, Ron; Beyer, Wayne; Drake, Carroll; Dinsmore, Larry; Jorden, Ed.; Makosey, Bill; Templeton, Richard; Haun, Ronnie; Durham, Tom; Waken, Charles. THIRD ROW: Gault, Linda; Egger, Sandra; Schibi, Mary; Huffman, Brenda; Tagge, Carol; Lipps, Conti; Phil¬ lips, Donna; Smith, Shari; Gamble, Pat; Harmon, Cheryl; Hurt, Patricia; Regier, Evelyn; Lochner, Karen; Leser, Deb¬ bie. SECOND ROW: Mitchell, Nathan; Bebee, Larry; Cum¬ mings, James; Venable, Ronnie (jr.rep.) ; Kocher, John; Butts, Eddie; Musser, Jim; Jemison, Jim; Gillham, Dennis; Crawford, Wayne; Lafferty, Tim; Hoad, Raymond; Streck, Larry; Sloup, Sharyl; McCreary, Kathy. BOTTOM ROW: Frazee, Jackie; Edley, Carol; Ronck, Susan; Snell, Judy; Pekrul, Ann; Stur¬ gis, Vicki; Fossett, Fonda; Blackwood, Marlee; Frantz, Robin; Woods, Susan; Norman, Janet; McCalla, Dianne; Pierce, Cheryl; Bahm, Debbie; Linker, Donna. t Scholarship, leadership Throughout a year of academic leadership the Errol Kesner Chapter of the National Honor Society created an enthusiasm for scholarship through club projects and membership. One of the most effective projects sponsored by the society was the College Corner in the Enid High School library. The corner consisted of up to date catalogues for college applications and scholarships. Each hour a member was there to help students procure desired information and solve any additional problems they might encounter. Qualifi cations for membership were based on the individual’s grades in academic areas, leadership, school service and character. Sophomores were ineligible for membership, but the N.H.S. recognized them with special awards. The National Elonor Society was formed in 1962 for Enid High students, and during the last school year the Enid chapter held the state office of vice-president. This made Enid’s effectiveness felt statewide as a lead¬ ing chapter. characterizes NHS ELKS LEADERSHIP AWARD winners Becky Brandt and Steve Glasser take time to relax from strenuous schedules dur¬ ing first snowfall. IOI 1 H ' Tv [ b 1 Vt M i ■ Mky r m TOP ROW: Thrower, Linda; Escoe, Shirley; Weber, Charo- lette; Davis, Dorothy; Garrison, Connie; Bixler, Patricia; Galu- sha, Barbara; Krivohlavek, Toni. THIRD ROW: Unruh, Mrs. Virginia (spon.); New, Judy; Richardson, Pat A.; Skipper, Frances; Layton, Susan; Robison, Sharon; Grunewald, Brenda; Stone, Betty. SECOND ROW: Potter, Diana; Grammont, Nancy; Bentley, Betty; Tillis, Cassandra; Morgaridge, Linda; Stout, Carol; Alexander, Charline; Fine, Barbara. BOTTOM ROW: Donnell, Diana; West, Wanda; Brewer, Dorena; Rich¬ ardson, Pat; Cockrell, Cathy; McGee, Joan; Mitulski, Carolyn. TOP ROW: McGlaslin, Leda; Baldwin, Bonnie; Moseley, Judy; Copeland, Trehon; Fowler, Judy; Gammon, Connie; Weiss, Carolyn. THIRD ROW: Willits, Venus; Powell, Cheryl; Henson, Trudie; Fields, Kathleen ; Lewis, Phyllis; Litson, Cyn¬ thia; Rylant, Pat; Hopkins, Donna. SECOND ROW: Schaffer, Jenny; Guthrie, Esther; Hobbs, Joyce; Feil, Teddy; Best, Alice; Stringer, Cheryl; Tindall, Denice; Henneke, Mrs. Donna (spon.). BOTTOM ROW: Etter, Louise; Brawner, Linda; Ploldeman, Kathy; Swan, June; Martin, Linda; Osburn, Linda; Devers, Theresa ; Smith, Jessie ; Richey, Barbara. Homecraft stresses readiness for future GIRLS IN FIRST year home economics classes learn proper serving techniques, modern eliquette and attractive table set¬ tings. Understanding life as it is now and soon will be, is studied in the homecraft classes under the instruction of Mrs. Virginia Unruh and Mrs. Donna Henneke. Each girl planned her dream home for the future complete with plans, furnishings, sheets and kitchen utensils. An imaginary income and approximation of the size of a family was considered. One of the happiest m oments in every girl’s life is her wedding. Each girl planned her own wedding, including cost of dress, rings and church. Girls in the homecraft classes will be prepared for the future with plans of having a home and caring for their children. The Foods Classes learned to can fruits and vege¬ tables with the old-fashioned flavor. Basic study for the first year is nutrition. Second-year students learn to bake pies, cakes, breads, and prepare meats. Clothing is also a two-year course. The girls learn tailoring and how to make accessories for their ward¬ robe. These courses are subjects that offered essentials for the students’ future. I ' ioa Delta Theta stimulates interest in math Mathematics is not “all work and no fun.” The pur¬ pose of Delta Theta, organization for students enrolled in senior mathematics was to promote information and interest in mathematics and related sciences, and to promote fellowship among members. Miss Mary Evelyn Adams, trigonometry, analytics, and algebra teacher, sponsored the group and always promoted interest in any field of mathematics. Interesting speakers included Dr. Lysle Mason, from Phillips University, who spoke on mathematics in litera¬ ture; W. D. McCown, from Northern Junior College, who explained matrices; and Mrs. Nelle McCreary, counselor at Enid High, who told of scholarships avail¬ able to mathematics students. Films seen were both informative and intriguing, subjects being enemies of disease, air travel, and the optical maser. Field trips were enjoyed by all the members, as was the fellowship gained from them. The group visited Champlins and Groendykes, where computers were demonstrated, and they also learned about the stock market and the tele¬ phone system, through tours taken of these companies. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Scholarship semi-finalists Gerald Smith, Fred Henneke, and Kurt Frantz discuss college choices for next year. ' 1 ! ' TOP ROW: Frantz, Kurt; Boileau, Mike; Brownfield, Gary; Elton, Dale; Taylor, Ken; Richardson, Fred. THIRD ROW: Key, Clarice; Meeker, Bob; Seebo, Thomas; Adelman, Chris (treas.) ; Fullingim, Mike; Adams, Miss Mary (spon.) ; Wal¬ ker, Jerry. SECOND ROW: Regier, Kathy; Sims, Janice; Pear¬ son, Peggy; Lipps, Cherie; Close, Sharon; Christensen, Jean. BOTTOM ROW: Schroeder, Melvin; Lovell, Jim (v.pres.); Autry, Steve; Glasser, Steve (pres.) ; Allen, Jim; Arnold, Rich¬ ard. TOP ROW: Hutchinson, Dirk; Henneke, Fred; Hannon, Mon¬ roe; Moore, Gary; Schroeder, Carl; Sargent, Major; Smith, Gerald. THIRD ROW: Adams, Miss Mary Evelyn (spon.); Wright, Jim; Pendleton, Gary; Glahn, John; Wisehart, John; Jemison, Larry; Anderson, Patty. SECOND ROW: Wykoflf, Georgia; Curtis, Margaret Ann (rep.) ; Dougherty, Diana; Rob¬ erts, Millie; Mathers, Sharon (sec.) ; Chase, Rita. BOTTOM ROW: Clay, Joyce; Hart, Chuck; Turner, Bill: Mathis, Alan; Williams, Clark; Munsinger, Roger; Schaffer, Jenny. i t t i » 4 i TOP ROW: Walker, Russell (v.pres.) ; Bell, Donald; Dodson, Herbert; Anthis, Darrel; Hicks, Sidney; Pinson, Glenn; Wich- ert, Jerry; Kimmell, David; Moulton, Mike; Swartwood, Jimmy; Kennedy, Phil; Arnold, Dwain. THIRD ROW: Brak- hage, Ronald; Hartling, Mike; Lichtenberg, Debby; Gott¬ fried, LaRonna; Ramsey, Faye; Peninger, Connie (sec.) ; Kratzer, Judy; Wilson, Toni; Copeland, Vicki; Grantz, Janie; Sims, Gary. SECOND ROW: Harmon, Danny; Dunn, Terry J. (pres.); Stone, Jack; Brown, Raymond; Seelen, Mike; Ehardt, Orville; Stevens, Joe; Spoonemore, Dwight; Cornforth, MyrI; Kennedy, Mr. Tom (spon.). BOTTOM ROW: Cantellay, Charles; Frazier, Edna; Kent, Ruthie; Kennedy, Phyllis; In¬ gram, Marcea; Stout, Carol; Bell, Carla; Haley, Kenneth. DO prepares students for business careers NEWLY APPOINTED PRESIDENT of O.S.U., Dr. Robert Kamm, speaks to members of DO and DE on vocational op¬ portunities during banquet. The D.O. Club (Diversified Occupations) offered credits toward graduation and on-the-job training com¬ bined with daily classroom work. In the classroom stu¬ dents took consumer economics and the basic structure and language of business. These studies were furthered by classroom lectures and related assignments. Basic techniques of dealing with people were also studied. Students were employed locally in various businesses. The schedule for such a program? Students went to school in the morning and worked during the afternoon and on weekends. A minimum work load of fifteen hours was required for the students to qualify for the program, with some students working up to thirty-five. Mr. Tom Kennedy, sponsor of the club, made im¬ promptu checks at the places of employment to talk with employers and observe the student in his work. The work students chose varied from auto-mechanics to photographic processing. To perpetuate good relations with the business com¬ munity, the Trade and Industrial Club sponsored an annual dinner for the teachers and for their employers. 104 L ) Palette club: union developed from talent Palette Club, one of the oldest clubs at Enid High, was organized in 1947 for the purpose of fostering ap¬ preciation and interest in the world of art. Those stu¬ dents enrolled in first or second-year art were eligible for club membership. During the year Palette members had the privilege of hearing many speakers from the field of art. Professor Jim Bray of the Phillips Art Department spoke on com¬ mercial art in business today. Slides were shown by Mrs. Robert Simpson on her recent tour of European museums and architecture. In January Professor John Randolph spoke on tech¬ niques used in painting oils and landscapes. Later he guided the club on a tour through the Phillips Art De¬ partment and exhibited several of his paintings. April 2-7 Miss Katherine Bales attended the Western Arts Association meeting in Houston with representa¬ tives from twelve states. Under the sponsorship of Miss Katherine Bales and Mr. Eldon Ames the club furthered their activities in art appreciation. UNDER THE WATCHFUL eye of Miss Katherine Bales, Deryle Williams, Barbara McCarty and Greg Sheets complete creative assignments. TOP ROW: Groom, Dennis; Cornforth, Myrl; Williams, Deryle; Cromwell, Mark; Ivey, Charles; Faught, Bob; Harrison, Kenneth. THIRD ROW: Moore, Larri; McBride, Cynthia; Dufau, Rita; Munger, Margaret; Baldwin, Bonnie; Raney, Bev¬ erly; Guthrie, Maria; Turner, Roberta. SECOND ROW: Ames, Mr. Eldon (spon.); Lawrence, Pearl; Bank, Carolyn; Bainter, Luann; Mitchell, Dorsie; Sebourn, Karen; Cummings, Cindy; Bales, Miss Katherine (spon.). BOTTOM ROW: McCleod, Annie Lee; Merrifield, Donna; Kliewer, Bonnie; Keel, Vera; Burdg, Letitia; Morris, Geraldine; Vickers, Janyce. TOP ROW: Clark, Charles; Booze, Tim; Axe, Charles; Good¬ man, Lynn; Asplund, George; Robinson, Robby. THIRD ROW: Hays, Janet; Bridges, Loretta; Cisco, Virginia; Lough- man, Pat; Nault, Carolyn; Silberberger, Vicki (sec.) ; McCarty, Barbara; Morgan (Zaloudek), Tina (rep.). SECOND ROW: Bales, Miss Katherine (spon); Lane, Gary; Banks, Dennis (v.pres.) ; Sheets, Greg; Terrill, Larry; Yehle, Steve; Layton, Susan; Ames, Mr. Eldon (spon.). BOTTOM ROW: Wacker, Sharon; Donnell, Diana; Shearon, Carol; Potter, Diana; Barnes, Cindi; Fleming, Dixie (pres.) ; Tommey, Linda; Win¬ field, Carol. r r-m h- 1 ‘ r m r ' w r . 7 f T 1 1 i i % | t 1 i U ;;! ' 1 M. 1 i 1 1 Loyal Bravettes sound school support TOP ROW: Graham, Linda; Roberts, Millie; Entriken, Sallie; Russell, Fran; Edwards, Claudia; Bryson, Marilyn; Womack, Jan; Stetnish, Nancy; Trimble, Susanne; Harwood. Linda; Fisher, Sheila; Hopper, Joy; Lipps, Cherie; Weber, Charlotte. THIRD ROW: Hewitt, Donna; Roach, Donna; Galusha, Clau¬ dia; Bukacek, Karen; Bridges, Loretta; Williams, Kathy; Enns, Carol; Smith, Linda; Jcnes, Sandra; Rector, Roslyn; Langford, Cynthia; Walker, Jerry. SECOND ROW: Funk, Kathy; Pratt, Heidi; Draffin, Sharon; Bank, Carolyn; Under¬ wood, Nancy; McGugin, Bev; Clinesmith, Kathy; Anderson, Patty; Klein, Susan; Yaryan, Leslie; Fleming, Dixie. BOTTOM ROW: Ow’ens, Janie; Specie, Carolyn; Fitzgerald, Myrlane; Curtis, Margaret Ann; Field, Susan; Mabry. Madelynn; Max¬ well, Marsha; Willhoite, Dana; Green, Cheryl. TOP ROW : Hickle, Mrs. Judy (spon.) ; Schultz, Janice ; Sharp, Linda; Creed, Carol: Miller, Joyce; Jones, LaDonna; Good- pasture, Dianna; DeFoe, Dotty; Musser, Lou; Cuthbertson. Linda; Mathers, Sharon; Woodson, Brenda; Boler, Vicki. THIRD ROW: Staley, Charlotte; Gault, Letitia; Menser, Sharon; Gilbert, Sue; Wheeler, Judy; Caldwell, Carolyn; Phares, Cecilia; Buller, Linda; Seltenreich, Sha ron; Mansfield, Carol; Henrichs, Mrs. Phyllis (spon.). SECOND ROW: Wil¬ son, Joyce; Phelps, Sharon; Rylant, Pat; Nusz, Linda; Key, Clarice; Litson, Cynthia; Hall, Lynn; Sebourn, Karen; John¬ son, Beverly; Agee, Jo Etta. BOTTOM ROW: Shellenbarger, Karen; Schaffer, Jenny; Branch, Gail; Mittelstet, Kathy (v.pres.) ; Munger, Margaret (rep.); Strickler, Susie (pres.) ; Montgomery, Linda (treas.) ; Rogers, Linda; Wykoff. Georgia; Regier, Kathy. TOP ROW: Hale, Linda; Benton, Johnnie; Fischaber, Ruth; Chase, Marty; Gannon, Kay; Hajek, Kathy; Combs, Joan; Fullhart, Debbie; Choat, Karen; James, Bonnie; Campbell, Mary; Everitt, Leslie; Draffin, Diane. THIRD ROW: Evans, Lynda; Herth, Susan; Kesner, Joyce; Blaney, Linda; Crow, Suzanne; Gamble, Pat; Harris, Barbara; Harmon, Cheryl; Frantz, Robin; Foulks, Penny; Beckner, Karen; Day, Bar¬ bara; Hopkins, Connie; Edley, Carol. SECOND ROW : Belcher, Janice; Fleshman, Sharon; Beets, Cheri; Cline, Phyllis; Devers, Theresa; Conley, Deanna; Hackworth, Linda; Hinkle, Bar¬ bara; Heintz, Willa; Bennett , Karen; Alford, Patti; Burg- hardt, Linda; Kennedy, Karol. BOTTOM ROW: Donneil, Mary; Jameson, Cindi; Christensen, Becky; Baird, Barbara; Collin, Beth; Baxter, Lenna; Fossett, Fonda; Blackwood, Mar- lee; Barnes, Cindi; Frazee, Jackie; Kirkley, Gail; Eckford, Pearlene; Bridges, Elizabeth. TOP ROW: Lundy, Linda; Prentice, Barbara; Page, Lynn; Lipps, Conti; Lansdown, Connie; Phillips, Donna; Leggett, Beverly; Ladusau, Lee Ann; Mullins, Bennie; Murphy, Ja n¬ ice; Walker, Jean; Regier, Evelyn; Royer, Kay. THIRD ROW: Smith, Regina: Sturgis, Vicki; Russell, Shari; Sloup, Sharyl; Hill, Judy; Thompson, Sonja; O’Neal, Barbara; Lochner, Karen; Thorpe, Sally; Woods, Susan; Norman, Janet; Mc¬ Creary, Pam. SECOND ROW: McDonald, Connie; Roberson, Cindy; Van Meter, Barbara; Presnail, Nancy; Pearson, Patty; McCalla, Dianne; Leeper, Sue; Shryock, Sara; Wallace, Deb¬ bie; Lasley, Dee; Linn, Debbie; Terrill, Becky. BOTTOM ROW: Oberlender, Melody; Merrifield, Donna; Nigh, Mary; Walgram, Karen; McCreary, Kathy; Ronck, Susan; Rudiger, Cindy; Pekrul, Ann; Wilcox, Sally; Myers, Susan; Mullikin, Linda; McClecd, Annie Lee; Teitzel, Georgann. TOP ROW: Davis, Shirley; Goodman, Linda; Druiett, Terri; Davis, Melinda; Franklin, Lee Raye; Bainter, Luann; Eck, Judy; Crawford, Kathy; Gungoll, Cathy; Burchardt, Judy; Green, Latina. THIRD ROW: Brown, Becky; Ging, Carol, Da¬ vies, Joann; Atwood, Mary; Flowers, Brenda; Brooks, Donna; Dierksen, Shirley; Benefiel, Leeann; Coleman. Karen; Han¬ kins, Betty; Hopkins, Gloria; Hansen, Pam. SECOND ROW: Brune, Caroline; Bowles, Mari; Chambers, Dana; Choate, Connie; Eddington, Sherry; Duncan, Nancy; Choate, Kathy; Arnold, Jean; Dougherty, Holly; Devers, Karen; Gauldin, Charlene. BOTTOM ROW: Hronopulos, Cathy; Cunningham, Billie; Cushing, Mary; Dillon, Marilyn; Gau, Pam; Congdon, Linda; Anderson, Ginger; Harmon, Sulyn; Huddle, Linda; Arnold, Diana; Craig, Mary; Gee, Sandra. TOP ROW: Hysell, Janet; Hall, Janey; Leggett, Peggy; Hen- thorn, Lana; Holtzen, Jeannette; Johnson, Judy; Pearce, Jo Ann; McCune, Karen; McBride, Cynthia; Mason, Marsha; Myers, Marilyn; Oneth, Linda. THIRD ROW: Kilburn, Pam; Hatfield, Mary Ann; Miller, Debbie; Lawrenz, Vicky; Lich- tenberg, Sherry; Hoeltzel, Janet; Hein, Cheryl; Rector, Mari¬ lyn; Otjen, LeMoine; Rikli, Christine; Mayberry, Shelia; Heiberg, Kathy. SECOND ROW: Little, Diane; Keely, Peggy; Parker, Sue; Pope, Margaret; Martens, Mary; Jones, Candice; Lorenz, Ida; Newman, Linda; Russell. Mary; McClanahan, Cathy; Newman, Bonnie. BOTTOM ROW: Norris, Dana; Houghton, Susan; Reece, Vicki; Mize, Lisa; Manuel, Paula; Kirby, Nancy; Paris, Nicki; Miller, Sandy; McDonald, Cathy; Pearson, Kathy; Morgan, Kay. TOP ROW: Shaughnessy, Jill; Taber, Marilyn; Wykoff, Ro¬ berta; Snyder, Jane; Shawley, Marilyn; Stoll, Esther; Rum- mel, Kathleen; Wells, Karen; Wheeler, Sherry; Sparks, Sandy: Schroeder, Connie. THIRD ROW: Splane, Linda; Segars, Sharon; Waken, Pat; Zahl, Kathy; Willits, Denise; Snyder, Bil¬ lie; Wright, Sherry; VanSickle, Sherry; Ruane, Patty; Windier, Terry; Walker, Connie. SECOND ROW: Rodriquez, Gloria; Wells, Mary Helen; Scott, Sandra; Williams, Susan; Walker, Judy; Shupack, Diane; Stephenson, Judy; Sweetwood, Con¬ nie; Reyes, Sandy; Walker, Linda; Shepherd, Connie; Weber, Margaret. BOTTOM ROW: Schmitz, Jeanne; Walters, Peggy Sue; Upp, Judy; Steiger, Debbie; Sain, Debbie; Specie, JoAnn; Ratzlaff, Susan; Seltenreich, Candice; Westfall, Charmaine; Stuart, Cindy; Welker, Wanda. i I : TOP ROW: Munsinger, Roger; Smith, Cecil (pres.) ; Hedge, Larry; Wright, Jim; Brownfield, Gary; Taylor, Ken; Larsen, Vince; Cravens, Ed; Moore, Craig; Kopp, Phil. THIRD ROW: Shryock, Sara; Hays, Janet; Beers, Beverly; Gannon, Kay; Bryson, Marilyn; Miller, Joyce; Creed, Carol; Womack, Jan; Trimble, Susanne; Fullhart, Debbie; Derr, Betty; Keck, Linda Darlene; Baldwin, Bonnie; Pray, Elizabeth; Hatfield, Mary Ann. SECOND ROW: Christensen, Becky; Frazee, Ann; Wy- koff, Georgia (v.pres.) ; Regier, Kathy; VanMeter, Barbara; Presnail, Nancy; Tagge, Carol; Foulks, Penny; Tate, Sandi; Wheeler, Sherry; Chase, Rita (treas.) ; Miller, Debbie; Ragan, Nancy; McCalla, Dianne. BOTTOM ROW: Frazee, Jackie; Eckford, Pearlene; Seltenreich, Candice; Pekrul, Ann; Will- hoite, Dana; Specie, Carolyn; Christensen, Jean; Branch, Gail; Morse, Paula; Terrill, Becky; Walker, Jerry (sec.) ; Holland, Margaret; Koch, Linda; Green, Cheryl; Adelman, Carolyn; Teitzel, Georgann. Future medics make preparation for careers Medical Arts Club had the privilege of continuing their Enid State School volunteer work this year. A Christmas and Easter party were given to the residents of Iris Cottage. Many students spent Saturdays in recreation with the children, and other students gained experience by working at St. Mary’s Hospital. Students became more familiar with the medical profession by attending the Medical Career’s Day in Oklahoma City. They were accompanied by the doctors’ wives who sponsor them. Members gave their sponsors a reception and concluded the year with a picnic held in late spring to reminisce the year’s activities. Office runners carry bulletins, notices Enid High School secretaries, Mrs. Florence Scott, Mrs. Dorothy Eless, and Mrs. Earlene Massie, worked diligently throughout the year to keep school records up to date. Mrs. Scott, personal secretary to Mr. Webb, kept the records for the seniors. Mrs. Hess kept the records on juniors and sophomores, and Mrs. Massie took care of the daily attendance records. Students, helping as office assistants one period a day, ran mes¬ sages, picked up attendance slips and did various other tasks. When they were not working, they studied their lessons as though they were in a study hall. TOP ROW: Scott, Mrs. Florence; Graham, Steve; Graham, Bruce; Boileau, Mike; Baker, Danny; Longley, Mike; Moon, Ricky. THIRD ROW: Boler, Vicki; Graham, Linda; Mittel- stet, Kathy; Muss er, Lou ; Lipps, Cherie; Creed, Carol; Pearson, Patty; Jones, Sandra. SECOND ROW: Hess, Mrs. Dorothy; Nance, Jim; Lovell, Jim; McIntosh, Beverly; Hill, Judy; Har¬ ris, Lance; Massie, Mrs. Earlene. BOTTOM ROW: Myers, Susan; McCalla, Dianne; Fleming, Dixie; Bukacek, Karen; Parson, Dianna; Sorey, Kathy. 108 ri. I I I TOP ROW: Hurt, Dallas; Smith, Joe; Lynch, Mr. Charles Brenda; Feil Teddy; Hargrove, Mary; Kirts, Susan; Walker, (spon.) ; Harmon, Dan; Newman, Mrs. Edna; Scriven, Mavis. Jerry. BOTTOM ROW: Massie, Peggy; Thomas, Leah; Huffman, Activity office helps tabulate finances At one time or another, almost everyone at Enid events were handled through the Activity Office. Pay- High found his way to the Activity Office. Accounts of ments on Activity tickets and Quill Annuals were the various school organizations were kept there under recorded and distributions made by office staff mem- the supervision of Mr. Charles Lynch, Mrs. Edna New- bers. School supplies were also available as an extra man, secretarial assistant, and students who volunteered convenience to everyone. These services combined to to help during their study periods. help keep E.H.S. running smoothly. All sales of tickets for plays, concerts and athletic DE offers income, experience and education Members of the E.H.S. chapter of Distributive Edu¬ cation Clubs of America gained recognition and prac¬ tical experience while earning salaries and academic credit. D.E. was part of the Vocational Training pro¬ gram of the Enid School System. Students attended classes in the morning and worked during the afternoon at various supervised positions. The D.E. program helped members prepare for their future as responsible citizens and wage-earners. Mr. Jerry Simmons sponsored the group which was named State Chapter of the Year. Mary Pearson served as president for 1965-66 and was named to the dele¬ gation representing Oklahoma at the national D.E.C.A. convention. D.E. students chose Glenda Batterman as their queen. Special guest speakers helped round out the year’s activities for the club. t TOP ROW: Merryman, Terry; Rembert, Harvey; Holtzhauser, Mike (rep.); Vincent, Victor; Boedeker, Bill; Lumen, Doug; Cooley, Bill; Daniels, Ralph: Brooks, Harvey; Dickerson, Dale; Hamilton, Charles; Dickerson, Jerry. THIRD ROW: Batterman, Glenda (hist.); Pearson, Mary (pres.); Acree, Caro¬ lyn; Hatfield, Viola; Campbell, Mary; Loughman, Pat: Simp¬ son, Carolyn; Rains, Evelyn; Purmort, Linda; Damon, Donna; Phillips, Cecilia Ann. SECOND ROW: Simmons, Mr. Jerry (spon); Lackey, Chester (v.pres.) ; Johnson, Robert; Mc¬ Daniel, Steve; Craig, Jack; Sharp, Larry (chap.) ; Williams, Ted; Bainter, Lanny; Himes, David; Clark, Richard; Hat¬ field, David. BOTTOM ROW: Pilgrim, Jack; Kiely, Mary (pari.) ; Burdg, Violeta; Madison, Janet, Schafnitt, Kathie (sec.); Roach, Donna (treas.) ; Stringer, Cheryl; Hickey, Teresa; Kliewer, Bonnie; Burdett, Katha: Rodriquez, Rudy. TOP R OW: Larsen, Vince; Brown, Russ; Makosey, Bill; Buller, Larry; Fullingim, Mike; Bell, Steve; Collins, David. MIDDLE ROW: Crow, Suzanne (v.pres.) ; Cutting, Judy (sec.); Pear¬ son, Peggy; Walker, Jean (treas.) ; Baird, Barbara (pres.); Latin club adopts new name, “Let there be light!” Phi Epsilon, Greek words meaning “Let there be light,” was the name chosen by the members of this year’s Latin Club. Formerly called the Vergilian Club, the members reorganized to increase their knowledge of Roman life and culture, and to encourage their study Stoner, Mrs. Autumn (spon.). BOTTOM ROW: McCreary, Kathy; Hensley, Shelia; Draffin, Diana; Koch, Linda; Morse, Paula; Frazee, Jackie (ed.). Phi Epsilon of Latin. Phi Epsilon was composed of all students enrolled in Cicero, the third-year Latin class. During the year, bi¬ monthly meetings were held on Fridays during the class. Each member was responsible for one program, usually presented about ancient Roman life and culture. Boys ' , Girls ' staters enact mock democracy Enid High School was represented by seventeen boys at the annual Hoys’ State Convention, and five girls at the Girls’ State Convention. The participants were selected by their achievements in the fields of citizen¬ ship, leadership, scholarship, and participation in extra¬ curricular activities. The entire week was devoted to fun and education. Delegates participated in the oper¬ ation of a mock government, including the establish¬ ment of all major activities, studying their functions as part of the main body, and gained a new respect for their citizenship. TOP ROW: Taylor, Ken; Boileau, Mike; Vater, John; Fogle- scng, Rick ; Tresner, John. THIRD ROW : Longley, Mike; Pen¬ dleton, Gary; Hamil, Steve; Autry, Steve: Glasser, Steve; Mathis, Alan. SECOND ROW: Specie, Carolyn; Brandt, Becky; Holcomb, Janice; Lipps, Cherie; Underwood, Nancy. BOTTOM ROW: Clark, Danny; Williams, Clark; McKeever, Kent; Smith, Cecil; Cravens, Ed. AHC1MA OKLAHOMA en.h i PKI AHOMA faJvS STATE V LAND OKLAHOMA OKLAHOMA t jciyS 5Wr OKLAHOMA TATt OKLAHO ROTS V OKLAHOMA OKLAHOMA OKLAHOMA TOP ROW: Hume, David (pres.); Bell, Steve; Trobaugh, John; Mantell, Marvin; Garrison, Ron; Smith, Gerald; Thomp¬ son, George; Pilgrim, Jack. THIRD ROW: Allen, Mrs. Dorice (spon.) ; Stevenson, Vicki; Jackson, Shirley (sec.) ; James, Bon¬ nie; Dufau, Rita; Barnard, Sue; Thrower, Linda; Litson, Cyn¬ thia (specialty chairman); Kesner, Joyce. SECOND ROW: Bucher, Mrs. Iris (spon.) ; Burgess, Riley; Benge, Jay; Culbert¬ son, Marion; Pilgrim, Jimmie; Zion, Larry; Binford, Roger (v.pres.) ; Lynch, Mrs. Rosamay (spon.). BOTTOM ROW: Eckford, Pearlene; Case, Donna; Stout, Carol; Swiggart, Nancy; Mitchell, Dorsie; Rylant, Pat; Cummings. Cindy; Mc¬ Cormick, Raenelle. I Helpful librarians serve student Members of the Enid High Library Club helped to promote the friendly and pleasant atmosphere in the school library. These students worked as assistant li¬ brarians to aid Mrs. Rosamay Lynch and Mrs. Dorice Allen at the main desk checking in and out books, col¬ lecting fines and mending damaged books. Library club members also worked at the pass desk, kept the vertical file up to date and did research with the maga¬ zines on file. During the course of the year the Library Club at¬ tended the Northern District Library Association Meet¬ ing at O.S.U. and the Oklahoma State Library Associa¬ tion Meeting at O.U. Library Club members from over the state were represented in a meeting held in Enid. The club held several parties throughout the year at Christmas and Valentine’s Day. Seniors were honored at a pizza party. Club officers were David Hume, pres.; Roger Bin- ford, vice-pres.; Shirley Jackson, sec., and Cynthia Lit¬ son and Pat Rylant, social chairman. RESEARCH PAPERS KEEP Mrs. Charles Lynch and staff. Charline Alexander. Dora Henley, Raenelle McCormick and Mrs. Dorice Allen, busy. i i ■ Jam in DIVING BOARD: Painter, Penny (pres.); Jones, Barbara (treas.) ; Goodpasture, Dianna (sec.) ; Roberts, Millie (program chairman); Terrill, Becky (rep.); Munger, Margaret; Beard, Jeanne. FRONT ROW: Fitzgerald, Myrlane; Harmon, Cheryl; Frantz, Robin; Montgomery, Linda; Woods, Susan; Hixon, Linda; Hatfield, Mary Ann; Willits, Denise; Cushing, Mary; Buvinger, Anne; Rector, Marilyn. STANDING: Frazee, Jackie; McCalla, Dianne; Hill, Judy; Murphy, Janice; Tagge, Carol; Mullins, Bennie; Morgan (Zaloudek), Tina; McDonald, Con¬ nie; Nigh, Mary; McMahan, Paulyne; Collin, Beth; Merri- field, Donna. Aquaette show rated splashing success A LAST-MINUTE change creates tense excitement before opening number for Aquaettes Carol Tagge, Mary Cushing, Dianna Goodpasture. After a week of instruction, practice, and tryouts the new Aquaette members were chosen. Immediately after¬ wards the new and the old Aquaettes teamed together and began to work on a show that was to be presented at Open House. The members were divided into groups, and each group was responsible for writing their own number. Two group numbers and a duet number were chosen to represent the Aquaettes at a synchronized swimming clinic that was held at Nor¬ man, Oklahoma. All of these numbers received excel¬ lent ratings. Some of the girls also participated in indi¬ vidual competition. The entrance number of the 1966 water show, “Wading with Webster,” was a lively number with the Aquaettes dressed in pinafores and cut-off overalls. The finale was a romantic number in which the girls swam to “Misty.” Highlighting the show was the crown¬ ing of the 1966 Aquaette Queen, Penny Painter. Her attendants were Millie Roberts and Dianna Goodpas¬ ture. Although it was hard work, the girls had fun and the show was a big splash! Ill GRA recreation forms Learning rules of the game, good sportsmanship, and the discipline of accepting penalties for rule infractions in the spirit of play, were all a part of the invaluable training that the girls in the Girls’ Recreation Associa¬ tion received. Every Monday about fifty girls gave their time after school hours to perfect certain skills, but mostly to learn to get along with other people. Each girl contributed in team sports of vollyball and basketball. Teams were formed and a tournament was held among the G.R.A. members. Mrs. Henrichs, spon¬ sor of the group, chose ten girls to form an all-star team. Individual sports of table-tennis, badminton, tennis, and golf were also participated in actively by the mem¬ bers. Special events of the year included the annual Christ¬ mas dinner and exchange. The girls who were ex¬ tremely skilled in one of the individual sports attended a Play Day that was held in Stillwater. Also held in Stillwater was the Oklahoma State Tennis Tournament in which six of the girls competed. These girls also par¬ ticipated in the Alva Tennis Tournament. During the year the girls received certain numbers of points for taking part in practice sessions and pursu¬ ing the sport that each was most interested in. At the end of the year the points were totaled, and the girls who had the most points were honored. A trophy was presented to the best G.R.A. member for a three-year period. physical fitness THE 1966 AQUAETTE Queen, Penny Painter, is crowned by student body president, Kurt Frantz at water show, “Wad¬ ing with Webster.” TOP ROW: Davies, Joann; Petticrew, Jarol; Flowers, Brenda; Roberts, Millie; Mullins, Bennie; Wykoff, Roberta; Davis, Dorothy; Hopper, Joy; Lipps, Conti; Henley, Dora; Hays, Janet; Egger, Sandra. THIRD ROW: Kilburn, Pam; Pekrul, Ann; Wright, Betty; McCalla, Dianne; Leeper, Sue; Shryock, Sara; Mathers, Sharon; Hill, Judy; Tillis, Cassandra; Rector, Marilyn; Eddington, Sherry; Choate, Kathy; Henrichs, Mrs. Phyllis (spon.). SECOND ROW: Nichols, Barbara; Brune, Caroline; Hatfield, Mary Ann; Wykoff, Georgia; Painter, Penny; Specie, Carolyn; Woodson, Brenda (sec.); Caldwell, Carolyn; Bukacek, Karen; Richardson, Pat A.; Duffy, Carol; Westfall, Charmaine; Wright, Carol. BOTTOM ROW: Brew¬ er, Dorena; Richard, Carolyn; Rodriquez, Gloria; McClana- han, Cathy (treas.); Upp, Judy; Anderson, Ginger; Steiger, Debbie; Moore, Sandy; Branch, Gail (v.pres.); Shupack, Diane; Bell, Shirley; Dillon, Marilyn; Congdon, Linda; Wood¬ ruff, Doris (pres.) ' m » r ' W 1 I n 3 TOP ROW: Culbertson, Marion; Goodpasture, Terry; Kastle, Gary (rep.); Gose, J. D. (pres.); Stoll, John; Skinner, Joe (sgt. at arms) ; Smith, Freddie (sec.) ; MIDDLE ROW: Cross, Larry; Johnson, Randy (treas.) ; Hart, Gary; Seem, Mr. Her¬ bert (spon.) ; Daily, Doug; Rich, Dwight. BOTTOM ROW: Toliver, Joe; Cantellay, Charles; Robinson, Steve (v.pres.) ; Barkley, Sam; Riley, Darrell; Nowicki, Steve (park). Graphic Arts department receives new press STEVE ROBINSON, Dwight Rich, Randy Johnson admire offset press. TOP ROW: Waack, Matt; Taylor, Ken; Swinton, Charles; Kocher, John. BOTTOM ROW: Beard, Len; Glasser, Steve; The Graphic Arts club, sponsored by Herbert Seem, met each Monday evening at 7:30. Mr. Seem had a full schedule, being one of the few teachers to have six class periods each day. The club kept abreast with the times in the world of ink by purchasing an offset press to print the Quill Weekly on. In printing the weekly, the students made the plates after the pages had been photographed downtown; a considerably simpler oper¬ ation than in previous years.. The club printed the senior name cards, various items for the grade schools, junior highs, and high school. Beginning students composed type by hand, learning the “case” and measuring progress by the number of lession sheets completed. Trade printing students worked in the afternoon printing school forms. Ad¬ vanced students learned to operate the Linotype. Mathis, Alan; Hutchinson, Dirk; Kopp, Phil. NOT PIC- TEJRED: Glahn, John; Shockley, Eddie; Johnson, Sam. t ' J vr ' I 1 iff ! i " ? 1 r J| T t ; • J ■ j jk ij H M i ill TOP ROW: Autry, Steve; Glasser, Steve; Hensel, Keith; Frantz, Kurt; Felix, Doug; Dye, Monty; Scaling, Richard; Bush- nell, Ricky. TFIIRD ROW: Hatfield, Janice; Hixon, Linda; Defoe, Dotty; Strickler, Susie; Field, Susan; Snyder, Jane; Ma¬ bry, Madelynn; Frantz, Robin; Woodson, Brenda. SECOND ROW: Lovell, Jim; Venable, Ronnie; Buchanan, Brad; Wil¬ son, Dennis; Barron, Brad; Musser, Jim; Schoonover, Jim; Butts, Eddie; Carroll, Pat; Jenkins, Mr. Stanley (sponsor). BOTTOM ROW: Owens, Janie; Fleming, Dixie; Zahl, Kathy; Rector, Roslyn; Montgomery, Linda; McCreary, Pam; Dillon, Marilyn; Jenkins, Nancy. TOP ROW: Mourer, Larry; Cromwell, Mark; Jurey, Wesley; Goss, Steve; Newman, Doyle; Boyle, Gary; Stephan, Ronnie; Field, Robin; Butts, Greg; Karns, Doug. THIRD ROW: Hough, Tangy; Jimison, Barbara; Cutting, Judy; Rector, Mari¬ lyn; Pearce, Jo Ann; Davis, Melinda; Tagge, Carol; Leser, Deb¬ bie; Ruzek, Tary. SECOND ROW: Jenkins, Mr. Stanley (spon.) ; Goebel, Gary; Bishop, Sam; Bentley, Terry; Newsom, Bobby; Adamson, Bob; Shirts, Larry; Smith, Cecil; Mason, Barry. BOTTOM ROW: Pekrul, Ann; Wheeler, Judy; John¬ son, Beverly; Richard, Carolyn; Larsen, Karen; Westfall, Charmaine; Upp, Judy. Leaders achieve second semester offices t TOP ROW: Mourer, Larry; Hensel, Keith; Wellman, Neil; Schroeder, Carl; Oliver, Alan; Schultz, Greg; Rylander, Kip; Plunkett, Ronnie; McCreary, David; Miller, Richard; Par¬ sons, Mac; Swinton, Charles. THIRD ROW: Klein, Susan; Miller, Joyce; Anderson, Patty; Creed, Carol; Strickler, Susie; Lansdown, Connie; Smith, Linda; Cutting, Judy; Chase, Marty; Seebo, Darla; LaSalle, Angela; Crow, Suzanne; Mc¬ Creary, Mrs. Nelle (spon.). SECOND ROW: Montgomery, Linda; Bukacek, Karen; Fitzgerald, Myrlane; Wright, Mike P.; Longley, Mike; Autry, Steve; Chambers, Steve; Billings, Bob; Fuller, Steve; Stengle, Jim; Gill, Ethel; Royer, Kay; Keck, Linda. BOTTOM ROW: Shryock, Sara; Leeper, Sue; Hill, Judy; Jenkins, Nancy; Specie, Carolyn; Key, Clarice; Clay, Joyce; Abernathy, Laura; Maxwell, Marsha; Wright, Betty; Hensley, Shelia; Grimm, Cherry; Funk, Kathy. t’ 1 m ; ■ M |F| y j j K M . % w l ' ■ rf 1 A fWA MM 4 r l V I ; n 5 CURRENT AFFAIRS CLUB TOP ROW: Sanders, Miss Evelyn (spon.); Epperson, Doug.; Simpson, Ricky; Drake, Carroll; Massie, Jerry; Makosey, Bill; Newsom, Bobby; Truman, Robert; Cummings, James; Harmon, Mr. Garry (spon.). THIRD ROW: Taylor, Gloria; Bolton, Terri; Covert, Mary; Montgomery, Linda; Rector, Marilyn; Chodrick, Teresa; Entriken, Sallie; Galusha, Clau¬ dia; Buvinger, Anne. SECOND ROW: Baird, Barbara; Fossett, Fonda; Leeper, Sue; Linker, Donna; Wilcox, Sally; Benton, Johnnie; Lichtenberg, Sherry; Chambers, Dana; Dillon, Mari¬ lyn; Herndon, Terri. BOTTOM ROW: Wacker, Sharon; Rudi¬ ger, Cindy; Linn, Debby; Christensen, Becky; Seidl, Brenda; Green, Cheryl; Holland, Margaret; Pearson, Kathy; McDon¬ ald, Cathy. TOP ROW: Worley, Mr. Tom (spon.) ; McCarty, Bob; Pitts, David; Miller, Richard; Paine, Gerald; Bledsoe, Bob; Shirts, Larry; Hendley, Steve; Bixler, Scott; Crawford, Wayne; Swin- nea, Bill. THIRD ROW: Eggleston, LaDonna; Seebo, Darla; Close, Sharon; Hopper, Joy; Hajek, Kathy; Phillips, Donna; Taber, Marilyn; Large, Charlotte: Newsom, Mr. Dalward (spon.). SECOND ROW: Clark, Mr. Albert (spon.) ; Brown¬ ing, Terry; Crawford, Tommy; Young, Terry; Bergdall, Terry; Williams, Clark; Rikli, Charles; Sheets, Steve; Canter, Terry. BOTTOM ROW: Cox, Anita; Hays, Janet; Roberson, Cindy; Branch, Gail; Hixon, Linda; Bahm, Debbie; Tinsley, Janice; Abernathy, Laura; Joseph, Ellen. Organizations increase in second semester SECOND SEMESTER THESPIANS TOP ROW: House, Mike; Buller, Larry; Vater, John; Sweet- wood, Jim; Cromwell, Mark; Makosey, Bill; McDonald, Charles. THIRD ROW: Key, Clarice; Williams, Kathy; Page, Lynn; McIntosh, Beverly; Edwards, Claudia; Creed, Carol; DeFoe, Dotty; Miller, Joyce; Lipps, Conti; Henneke, Linda. SECOND ROW: Ruzek, Tary; Keck, Linda; Scaling, Rich¬ ard; Johnson, Sam; Stiles, David; LeGrant, Randy; Schoon¬ over, Jim; LaSalle, Angela; Lewis, Nancy; Poindexter, Mrs. Delyte (spon.). BOTTOM ROW: Collin, Beth; Bingham, Belle; Bolton, Terri; Bukacek, Karen; Baird, Barbara; Pres- nall, Nancy; Yaryan, Leslie; Brandt, Becky; Pierce, Cheryl; Fleming, Dixie; Cohlmia, Rose. TOP ROW: Otjen, LeMoine; Beard, Len; Garrison, Mark; Taylor, Richard; Shirts, Larry; Sheets, Steve; Skipper, Frances. THIRD ROW: Hill, Judy; Leeper, Sue; Royer, Kay; Jackson, Shirley; Beard, Jeanne; Rector, Roslyn. SECOND ROW: Poindexter, Mrs. Delyte (spon.); Mitchell, Nathan; Long, Danny; Killough, Jack; Kopp, Phil; Maxwell, Marsha. BOTTOM ROW: Willhoite, Dana; Webb, Rita; Murphy, Judy; Hixon, Linda; Christensen, Becky; Herndon, Terri; Specie, Carolyn. L H Jr i mm V SPORTS ENID DEFENDERS lasso Lawton ball carrier to thwart Wolverines. COACHES ALVIN DUKE, Bob Greenhaw, Floyd Winfield, scouting report of upcoming foe in long after-practice session. Jesse Page, Tom Niles and Bob Banister analyze pre-game MANAGERS (clockwise) Ed Butts, Bill Brewer, Max Henderson, and Kurt Kroll. NEWtO N n8 Plainsmen repeat as state AAA titlists LARRY MOURER AND Rod LaCourse corral Midwest City halfback’s advancement. FOOTBALL SEASON RECORD 1965-1966 Enid. .40; Ponca City. .13 Win Enid. .19; Putnam City. . 7 Win Enid. .25; Shawnee. . 6 Win Enid. .26; Douglass. .12 Win Enid. . 0; Midwest City. . 6 Loss Enid. .21; U.S. Grant. .13 Win Enid. .14; Northwest Classen . .6 Win Enid. .28; John Marshall . . . . . 3 Win Enid. .26; Capitol Hill. . 0 Win Enid. . 9; Midwest City. . 6 Win Enid. . 7; Lawton . . 6 Win Enid. .34; Ponca City. . 8 Win Record 11 Wins—1 Loss COACH DUKE BEAMS with pride while displaying Enid’s second State AAA Championship trophy. 11 9 l RICHARD SCALING STRIKES out for pay-dirt in the wake of heavy Plainsmen blocking Determination paves the way to victory What do you do for an encore after winning a state championship? Answer—win another! By re¬ electing themselves to the state AAA throne room, the Enid High School Plainsmen became the first successive champion in AAA. The Plainsmen confronted a season schedule many teams would deem suicidal. Not one, but all of Enid’s foes were trying to gun down the defending state champs. After weathering such an arduous test, it was obvious that the Plainsmen laurels were not a fluke. Enid’s Big Blue collected the first premium from its pre-season workouts by singeing the Ponca City Wild¬ cats in the opening game. The Plainsmen spirit made shambles of the “Game of the Week.” Steve Hamil’s performance won him “Back of the Week” honors. Against Putnam City, the Plainsmen unveiled the most awesome weapon in their arsenal, the defensive platoon. Bone-crushing tackles won the Big Blue’s de¬ fenders the nickname of The Headhunters. With the win, Enid emerged as pace setter in state AAA ratings. m in n Ik. 1 pjj " ninM l ■ “jAni ii ii nr ! J K fejai 1 i • - r , 1 r mm I ' mmsr W COMMUNITY SPIRIT RUNS rampant with entire town catching “state championship” fever. IlO FOOTBALL —A SQUAD: TOP ROW: Richard Scaling, House. BOTTOM ROW: Larry Mourer, Clifford Cox, Bruce Kurt Frantz, Jim Nichols, Ken Mendenhall, Doug Karns, Mike Newton, Mike Myers, Steve Hamil, Garry Gregory. MIKE MYERS, COACH Duke, and Coach Page glue eyes on action. FOOTBALL —A SQUAD: TOP ROW: Steve Autry, Glen Graham. BOTTOM ROW: Cecil Johnson, Ken Harrison, Buchanan, Tim Fothergill, Don Koehn, Gary Miller, Bruce Phil Lamb, Charles Axe, Skip Henneha, Dale Holt. Ill ENID HIGH’S CHEERLEADERS run interference for the Big Blue warriors in pre-game action. Student support fuels team ' s efforts Enid’s next two opponents, Shawnee and Douglass, tried in vain to unseat the Plainsmen. Homecoming saw the Midwest City Bombers as guests in Plainsmen stadium. Midwest City’s desire and “Beat Enid” jerseys, caught Enid by surprise, and handed them their first setback in what was billed as “The Game of the Week.” The Plainsmen then caught their second wind, sail¬ ing over U. S. Grant and Northwest Classen to keep their conference hopes alive. Enid’s offense electrified John Marshall in a crucial tilt, then rubbed out Capitol Hill in the regular season finale, to again train their sights on the state champion¬ ship. Sporting jerseys emblazoned “Not Again,” the Plainsmen met Midwest City in a re-match for the dis¬ trict title. Their assumption proved true, for the Big Blue emerged victorious. Enid advanced into the playoff by sealing a lid on Lawton Thanksgiving Day, then concluded its season like it had begun, by scorching Ponca City. This time it was for the state crown. Ditto—Plainsmen did it again! LARRY KIEFER, RON Stephans, Les Williams, Greg Graham, and Terry Bentley don “A” jerseys. Competition builds character, success Teamwork was the key to success—teamwork where each player held mutual respect and admiration for his fellow teammate. Fifteen seniors captured post-season awards. Ken Mendenhall received All-American and All- State “Lineman of the Year” honors. All-Conference members were Doug Karns, Ken Mendenhall, Mike Meyers, Kurt Frantz, Phil Lamb, Larry Mourer, and Steve Hamil. All-Conference honorable mention were Richard Scaling, Bruce Graham, Charles Axe, Mike House, Garry Gregory, Bruce Newton, Jim Nichols and Clifford Cox. A good football team and excellent coaching go hand in glove. Such was the case with the 1965 state cham¬ pions. Coach Alvin Duke, in his first year at the helm of the Plainsmen, earned the “Coach of the Year” award. Two other new additions to the varsity coaching staff, Bob Greenhaw and Jesse Page molded line and defensive play, leaving offense to Duke. Highlander Coaches Floyd Winfield, Bob Banister and Tom Niles shaped future Plainsmen with a 7-2 “B” team win season. BRUCE NEWTON SHIFTS into high to outscamper would- be Ponca City tacklers. llj. FOOTBALL —A SQUAD: TOP ROW: Jim Musser, Scott Curt Johnston, Dennis Wilson, Tom Smith, Ron Garrison, Van Krevelen, Keith Hensel, Bob Bridges, Roddy La Course, Alan Oliver. Richard Taylor. BOTTOM ROW: Steve Bell, Dennis Smith, 111151 " I PLAINSMEN BASKETBALL COACHES Dusty Eby and Tommy Niles take time out from the grind of a normal prac¬ tice session to admire newly purchased basketball jackets. BASKETBALL MANAGERS Eddie Conway and Brad Barron assume the responsibility of keeping roundballers and equipment in working condition for hard-fought games. 1 16 ■■■■■■■■HI Eby coaches ' 66 cagers on to victory WITH A MIGHTY leap for victory, Enid roundballers show their tremendous spirit and potential for winning under pressure. BASKETBALL RECORD Enid. .46; Ponca City. .36 Win Enid. .46; Midwest City. .45 Win Enid. .57; Capitol Hill. .39 Win Enid. .45; Putnam City. .61 Loss Enid. .50; Douglass. .65 Loss Enid. .48; Shawnee . .43 Win Enid. .49; Northwest Classen . .40 Win Enid. .56; U.S. Grant. .47 Win Enid. .53; Midwest City. .37 Win Enid. . 51 ; Northwest Classen . .66 Loss Enid. .65; U.S. Grant . .72 Loss Enid. .73; Capitol Hill. .46 Win Enid. .40; Stillwater. .50 Loss Enid. .48; Putnam City . .51 Loss Enid. .48; 1 )ouglass . .65 Loss Enid. .60; Shawnee . .46 Win Enid. .64; El Reno . .54 Win Record 10 Wins—7 Losses PLAINSMEN COACH Dusty Eby praises jubilant student body for their loyal support and renews the team’s promise for a vic¬ torious season. roster Seven seniors and seven juniors PRECISION TEAMWORK COUPLED with unconquerable spirit and drive makes these Enid starters an undefeatable force to all opponents. The Enid Roundballers began their season with sec¬ ond and third places in the Grant and Stillwater invi¬ tational tournaments. Victorious over Ponca City before Christinas, the team posted a pre-season record of 13-10. The upperclasses were more than equally repre¬ sented with seven seniors and six juniors filling the roster. Seniors compiling points for the team were: Mike Longley, Gary Boyle, Bobby Newsom, Allie Paine, Doyle Newman, Gary Moore, and Tommy Clark. Junior cagers were Dale Holt, Mike Wright, Bob Bridges, Alan Oliver, Steve Graham, and Lynn Good¬ man. Gary Moore, Enid’s 6 6 " senior center, racked up a total of 286 points to lead the Plainsmen in scoring. Eollowing Moore closely with a game average of 12.2 points, was senior Gary Boyle. Enid rebound record was captured by Moore, who compiled 176 rebounds. Tragedy struck the Plainsmen team in the early part of the season. Bobby Newsom, senior letterman, began the season as a promising scorer, but due to illness, was required to take temporary leave of ab¬ sence. TOP ROW: Longley, Mike; Boyle, Gary; Newsom, Bobby; Paine, Allie; Newman, Doyle; Moore, Gary; Clark, Tommy. i-8 BOTTOM ROW: Holt, Dale; Wright, Mike; Garrison, Ron; Bridges, Bob; Oliver, Alan; Graham, Steve: Goodman. Limn. L THE ENID PLAINSMEN gave Northwest Classen a sound smack! to break a seven-year losing streak with the Knights 49-40. Enid roundballers defeat the undefeatable i if, n One of the highlights of Enid’s 1965-66 basketball season was their victory over the defending state cham¬ pions, Northwest Classen in Convention Hall. The Knights won the Class AA state championship two years in a row and defeated Enid seven games straight. The Plainsmen took control from the beginning of the game and outscored the Northwest Classen Knights in all quarters with the exception of the second. In the second quarter the Knights scored 15 points to take them into half time with the score knotted at 20 to 20. From that point on, the game belonged to Enid who outscored Northwest 29 to 20 in the second half to make the final score 49 to 40. The Shawnee Wolves, possessing superior height, were in top contention for the Midstate crown. At Shawnee, the Plainsmen defeated the Wolves by a score of 48-42 and at Convention Hall, in the second scheduled game with Shawnee, the score was a lop¬ sided 60-46 as Enid soudly gave them a thrashing. Boyle, team captain, racked up the top score of 20 points for this game, and was second only to Gary Moore in total points. Bob Newsom was third top scorer in the Shawnee game with 8 points. In spite of an illness which caused him to miss 12 games, Newsom was fifth in total points on the team and top shooting percentage of the regulars. Juniors seeing action during the season were Dale Holt, Mike Wright, and Ronnie Garrison. The excel¬ lent work done by these juniors indicated a promising season next year. ENID TEAM CAPTAIN Gary Boyle takes a mighty slap at the basketball during the Shawnee game allowing Enid to beat the Wolves 60-46. TOP ROW: Paine, Gerald; Arnold, Mike; Krahn, Doug; Scarberry, Wayne; Goodman, Lynn. MIDDLE ROW: Men¬ denhall, David; Stephan, Ronnie; Thompson, Jerry; Gear- heard, Richard; Baker, Lindy. BOTTOM ROW: Wood, Bud; Bishop, Sam; Burris, Mike; Williams, Leslie; Krey, Ronnie; Waack, Matt. Supporting ' B ' teams develop ' A ' squads TOP ROW: Hobbs, Bill; Hicks, Chip; Goddard, Bill; Scar- berry, Wayne; Gearheard, Richard; Plunkett, Ronnie; Lang¬ ford, Larry; Garis, Joe. FOURTH ROW: McGhay, Jim (mgr.) ; Ridgway, Monte; McCarthy, Robert; Krahn, Doug; Goss, Steve; Field, Robin; Graham, Greg; Moore, Murl; Williams, Les; Bentley, Terry; Groom, Dennis; Willhoite, Doug (mgr.). THIRD ROW: Zedaker, Bill; Boepple, David; Chase, Carl; Outhier, Steve; Riley, Darrell; Barnes, Bob; Carrol, Pat; Langwell, Darrell; Keck, Jack; Hendley, Steve; Bishop, Sam; Bowers, John (mgr.). BOTTOM ROW: Bryant, Joe (mgr.); Rollins, David; Cook, Rod; Camp, Dale; Bish- line, David; Anthony, Robert; Venable, Ronnie; Kiefer, Larry; Stephan, Ronnie; Paine, Gerald. TOP ROW: Wisehart, John; Moon, Ricky; Jurey, Wesley; Engleman, Steve; Groves, Roger; Trobaugh, John; Cole, Paul; Thompson, George; Arnold, Jim. BOTTOM ROW: Jones, Don; Dunbar, Paul; Schoonover, Jim; Winbolt, Dennis; Manahan, A. K.; Major, Ronnie; Sparkman, Mike; Pritchett, Jim. ( Sophomores lead Cross Country Team Enid High’s Cross Country Team, under the direc¬ tion of Mr. Stanley Jenkins, raced into recognition with a host of promising sophomores as well as their reliable juniors and seniors. They split even in their dual meets, but raked in third in Midstate conference and scored fifth in the U. S. Grant invitational out of a possible thirty contending schools. The outstanding runner of the season was sopho¬ more Ronnie Major. Ronnie scored first in both the Midstate meet and the State Oklahoma Baptist Uni¬ versity invitational. Cross-country running consisted of long-distance run¬ ning and endurance. Under the expert leadership of Stanley Jenkins, this fine team charted a victorious season. t COACH JENKINS, Mark Boler and Rick Moon cheer with Plainsmen Pride as Ronnie Major makes victorious stride for the finish line. CROSS COUNTRIERS Ron Major, A. K. Manahan, Paul Cole, Jim Curtis and Dan Mauk compare meet scores with coach Mr. Stanley Jenkins. 1 Baseballers swing into successful season EXAMINING A NEW bat are players Doug Karns, Scott Van Krevelen, Mike Longley and Cecil Johnson. The Enid High Baseball team began their season with wins over Ponca City, Shidler and Northwest Clas¬ sen who was the top-rated team in the Mid-State Con¬ ference. Coaches Dusty Eby and Jim Nelson had approxi¬ mately forty boys on the Plainsmen and Highlander squads. The Plainsmen faced a rebuilding year with only four returning lettermen. These key men were Doug Karns, Mike Longley, Cecil Johnson and Scott Van Krevelen. The team centered around experienced players and last year’s Highlanders who finished with a 12-1 season. Plighlanders who made the jump to the top were Rod Cook, Mike Wright, Dennis Wilson, Dale Holt, Gary Moore and Jim Bensen. The 1965 Plainsmen Baseball Team finished third in the state with a 20 win and 12 loss record. TOP ROW: Eby, Dusty (coach); Karns, Doug; Cook, Rod; Van Krevelen, Scott; Moore, Gary; Weyerts, James; Sweet- wood, Jim. BOTTOM ROW: Holt, Dale; Johnson, Cecil; Longley, Mike; Wright, Mike; Wilson, Dennis; Benson, Jim; Venable, Ronny. Cindermen spurt ahead for finish line Plainsmen cindermen, coached by Alvin Duke, en¬ tered meets at Ft. Worth, Lawton, Bartlesville, Okla¬ homa City, (winning the latter two) ; and Amarillo Tri- State meet with teams from Oklahoma, Texas, and New Mexico competing. They also hosted the Enid Invi¬ tational which grew from 6 teams competing in 1964 to 37 schools who participated this year. The thinclads also ran away with team honors in the meet. Coach Duke also added two new meets to the schedule this year. They were the Enid Decathlon, which was for Enid junior and senior high athletes, and the Enid Decathlon Invitational for high school teams from across the state. The chief reason for a successful season was the ex¬ perience that the boys had received from previous years. Returning lettermen were Ricky Moon, Mike Myers, Kenneth Harrison, Bruce Newton, Bobby New¬ som and Paul Dunbar. Mile relay team composed of David Dawes, Paul Dunbar, Bruce Newton, and Kenneth Harrison, proved to anyone who watched them that speedsters of Enid High could accomplish anything they set out to achieve—namely STATE. Harrison, Kenneth; Manahan, A. K.; Nance, Jim; Conway, Eddy; Johnston, Curt; Smith, Dennis; Outhier, Steve; Har¬ rison, W inded; Jones, Don; Arnold, Jim; Jurey, Wesley. BOT¬ TOM ROW: Scaling, Richard; Dunbar, Paul; Kiefer, Larry; Mourer, Larry; Curtis, Jim; Barnes, Bobby; Smith, Tom; Car- roll, Pat; Garris, Joe. j 33 SPIRITED ENID cindermen spring forward to make that finish befcre their formidable opponents. TOP ROW: Henneha, Skip; Plunkett, Ronnie; Moon, Ricky; Dawes, David; Hobbs, Bill; Bridges, Bob; Myers, Mike; Snow, Harold; Paine, Allie; Robison, Bruce; Williams, Leslie; Hend- ley, Steve. THIRD ROW: Major, Ronnie; Winbolt, Dennis; Newsom, Bobby; Graham, Steve; Cole, Paul; Arnold, Mike; Sparkman, Mike; Graham, Greg; Gearheard, Richard; Engel- man, Steve; Boler, Mark. SECOND ROW: Newton, Bruce; Chase, Carl; Curths, Ron; Robison, Bruce; Banister, Bob (coach). SITTING: Arkfeld, Jim; Hewitt, Charles; Hart, Bill; Boler, Mark; Parrish, Trey; Benge, Jay; Carroll, Pat; Pilgrim, Jim; Moore, Merle. record season with three years of teaching experience and a forceful drive to win. Records were set this year, and goals were met. The Mermen racked up a 6-1 season which will go down as the best in three years. High point in the season was Enid’s slamming victory over Harding 50-45. Drive, ambition and leadership brought a victorious season. ENID SWIMMERS SHOW determination and skill in performing difficult and intricate strokes as members of family, friends and faculty look on. ON BOARD: Krupp, James; Winslow, Dale; Carmichael, Mike; Autry, Steve; Mauk, Dan; Vater, John; Little, Bob; Frantz, Steve; Boileau, Mike. STANDING: Kocher, John; Pekrul, Lee; Mason, John; Abercrombie, Ron; Jorden, Ed; Swimmers dive into a The 1966 Enid Mermen began their season with a splash, a new coach, and a hopeful outlook for a win¬ ning season! Twenty-five boys donned the traditional blue tank suits this year with two managers lending assistance in every possible way. New coach, Bob Banister, made an impressive show¬ ing with his new team. Banister came to Enid High TOP ROW: Wheeler, Larry; Turner, Bill; Boyle, Gary; BOTTOM ROW: Tabeling, Eddie; Pekrul, Lee; Rikli, Schultz, Greg; Glahn, John; Clark, Tommy; Jemison, Larry. Charles; Lovell, Jim; Mauk, Dan; Collins, David. Tennis and golf teams maintain lively pace TOP ROW: Baustian, Ronnie; Trobaugh, John; Beard, Den¬ nis; Baker, Bob; Rylander, Kip. BOTTOM ROW: Menden¬ hall, Tim; Buchanan, Brad. Coach Tom Niles drilled the tennis team long, hard hours throughout the spring to turn them into an impressive group. Matches were held in Alva, Burling¬ ton, Ponca City, Putnam City, Stillwater, Aline, Paw¬ nee, and the Midstate tournament at Capitol Hill. Returning Iettermen of the tennis team were Gary Boyle, Steve Frantz, Dan Mauk, Greg Schultz, and Bob Ward. The Enid High School Golf team had a successful year under the direction of Coach Floyd Winfield. With only three returning Iettermen, Dennis Beard, Tim Mendenhall and Bob Baker, the golf team faced tough competition with the Midstate tournament at Shawnee climaxing the season. | r TOP ROW: Kocher, John; Barron, Brad; Naifeh, Terry; Beard, Dennis; Rylander, Kip; Trobaugh, John; Randolph, Ellis; Templeton, Richard; Buchanan, Brad. BOTTOM ROW: Lawson, Randy; Jones, James; Harris, Lowell; Wad¬ dell, Rocky; Baustian, Ronnie; Baker, Bob; Mendenhall, Tim; Shockley, Eddie; Price, Bill; McNitt, Roger. i Outstanding sportsmen WINNING THAT RIGHT to represent the Enid Plainsmen in AAA Playoffs makes the Lawton game SOMETHING to be remembered. constitute Lettermen The Enid High Lettermen’s Club consisted of all students who had “lettered” in a school sponsored sport. However, just “lettering” did not mean that one was eligible to join. A letterman wishing to join was first pledged a week during which he showed his enthusiasm and desire to become a member. He also showed his readiness to be of service to members, as well as per¬ form certain tasks assigned. At the end of the week the pledge attended initiation night at the school, where he was inducted into the club, but first he had to go through a few activities to allow him to display his courage, stamina, and coordination. After this little party, the pledge became a new member. This year’s Lettermen’s Club officers were Ken Men¬ denhall, pres.; Doug Karns, v.pres.; Garry Gregory, sec.- treas.; and Steve Hamil and Bruce Newton, sergeants at arms. TOP ROW: Scaling, Richard; Kroll, Kurt; Nichols, Jim; Gregory, Garry; Bridges, Bob; Myers, Mike; Garrison, Ronnie; Moore, Gary; Vater, John; VanKrevelen, Scott; Schultz, Greg; Axe, Charles; Boyle, Gary; Karns, Doug (vice-pres.); Hol t, Dale; Mourer, Larry. THIRD ROW: Adelman, Chris; Frantz, Steve; Newsom, Bobby; Taylor, Richard; Hensel, Keith; Cole, Eddy; Frantz, Kurt; LaCourse, Rod; Johnston, Curt; Smith, Dennis; Oliver, Alan; Jurey, Wesley; Curths, Ron; Moon, Ricky; Dunbar, Paul; Page, Mr. Jesse (coach). SEOND ROW: Greenhaw, Mr. Robert (coach) ; Jones, Don; Winslow, Dale; Musser, Jim; Cox, Cliff; Mendenhall, Ken (pres.) ; House, Mike; Hamil, Steve (sergeant at arms) ; Beard, Dennis; Longley, Mike; Baker, Bob; Cole, Paul; Men¬ denhall, Tim; Winbolt, Dennis; Bell, Steve; Henneha, Skip; Banister, Mr. Bob (coach). BOTTOM ROW: Niles, Mr. Tommy (coach) ; Eby, Mr. Dusty (coach) ; Duke, Mr. Alvin (coach); Major, Ronnie; Henderson, Max; Miller, Gary; Mauk, Dan; Fothergill, Tim; Autry, Steve; Newton, Bruce; Graham, Bruce; Johnson, Cecil; Buchanan, Glen; Harrison, Kenneth; Butts, Eddie; Brewer, Bill; Winfield, Mr. Floyd (coach). 3 6 ADS AND INDEX EXCELLENCE OF ENID HIGH is everlasting through the academic ef¬ forts of such seniors as Max Hender¬ son and Bob Herlihy. Continue Your Education at ST. 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(INTERNATIONAL TRUCKS) quick, refreshing lift! 140 ENID BOARD OF TRADE General Offices First National Bank JOEL O. KOCHER General Manager Henninger-Allen The Enid Morning News and The Enid Daily Eagle Funeral Home Published by The Enid Publishing Company MILTON GARBER, Editor JOHN V . TAYLOR, President Good Luck, Seniors SINGER METAL COMPANY NEW PIPE—NEW STEEL South Second and East Illinois SCHULER FRUIT COMPANY Distributors Fresh Fruits and Vegetables Frozen Foods and Groceries PHONE AD 7-5141 Enid ' s Only Exclusive SPORTING GOODS STORE, Inc. 230 W. Randolph AD 4-6567 Sporting goods is our business not a side-line SURETY BONDS INSURANCE Phone AD 4-5454 BONDS LOANS RENTALS ic REAL ESTATE 222 West Broadway, Enid, Okla. Watch and Jewelry Repairing Just Good Food PHONE AD 7-3033 903 West Market Enid, Oklahoma VAN ' S PLAZA DRIVE-IN 905 W. Maine Convenient Terms Free Parking AD 7-0992 E. L. VAN SCHUYNER NOW IT’S PEPSI enneuf ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY • CONGRATULATES THE CLASS OF ' 66 J. c PENNEY CO. FOR THOSE WHO THINK YOUNG 108 W. Randolph AD 4-8141 HEY " SENIORS " " Just cause this is a one horse town don’t be in a hurry to leave, there’s still a few oats around. 88 years in the same location trading with the " Plains¬ men, " any thing from curry combs to electronic equip¬ ment. Serving Schools, Churches, and Cafes ★ BLOOM ' S WHOLESALE MEAT COMPANY Choice Meats SIMPSON’S 14 1 215 E. RANDOLPH 604 W. Oak AD 4-2576 FOR THE ENID HIGH SCHOOL ANNUAL BEST WISHES To The 1966 Class The Enid Business College is Oklahoma ' s oldest (72nd year) and largest business school, with over 20,000 grad¬ uates. Many EHS graduates attend the Enid Business Co 1 - lege every year and go out to successful, profitable bus¬ iness careers. Our courses are nationally approved in the secretarial, accounting, and c ' erical fields. Teachers take a personal interest in every student and his success. The col ' ege maintains fine machines and equipment for students to work with. When a student finishes a course at EBC, the college helps him find a desirab ' e position. If you are interested in a business career for yourself, we invite you to visit the Enid Business College, to see the school and to talk over your plans. ENID BUSINESS COLLEGE 215 North Grand J. E. George, Jr. AD 7-5929 President Sales Service Rentals Victor Royal Business Machines Typewriters (Th is Section Reserved For Students) Compliments of MID-WESTERN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY MID-WESTERN SQUARE As Enid ' s own home Company we have served E.H.S. graduates with the best in insurance since 1923. Life—Hospitalization—Educational—Income Savings Cummins Construction Company Inc. P. O. Box 784 ENID, OKLAHOMA 215 E. Pine H3 Zaloudek Implement Co. MRS. J. A. ZALOUDEK SONS SIMMONS HIGH SCHOOL GROCERY 623 West Wabash Street CUSHMAN SCOOTERS BOATS—MOTORS—WATER SKIIS 223 W. Randolph AD 7-21 15 School Supplies Groceries Candies Meats Simmons for Service Phone AD 7-0350 MONCRIEFF’S PAINT AND WALLPAPER CO. 520 E. Maine AD 4-4428 Be Sure and See Our Gift Department Unusual Gifts from All Parts of the World Featuring Pratt Lambert Paint and Varnishes Glidden Spred Satin Rubber Base FINE WALLPAPER COLDIRON’S Enid ' s Popular Priced Store Miss Enid Sportswear Dept. And The Squire Shoppe EAST SIDE OF SQUARE CLEMENTS Plumbing, Heating, Air Conditioning Contracting Plumbing Fixtures Repairing Heating Equipment Air Conditioning 413 E. MAINE PHONE AD 7-1700 Serves You Better—Saves You More Better Clothing for the Entire Family ENID, OKLAHOMA SENIORS, for the best in . . . Office Supplies . . . Fountain Pens . . . Books of All Kinds . . . Bibles VISIT VATERS BOOK SHOP 214 North Independence AD 7-1212 Congratulations To the Class of 1966 KEN MARTIN—Class of 1934 GRANT HARRIS—Class of 1943 JACK BOOHER—Class of 1939 KEN MARTIN AGENCY Cherokee Square Phone AD 7-4141 Compliments of Spic Span Cleaners 224 Kenwood Blvd. Les Walters, Owner AD 7-2800 Come have a coke with us. Look over our new Junior styles KENNEDY’S 522 West Broadway Parking at our back door. Come as you are. J 44 Serving the People of Oklahoma With EVERYTHING IN MUSIC “ Oklahoma’s Complete Music Store " FOR OVER 40 YEARS HENOWETH Gree ENID, OKLAHOMA Congratulations to the Class of 1966 S Q Clothiers S. A. WILENZICK CO North Side Square Enid, Okla. Smart Juniors Know 122 W. Randolph ... a nice place to shop Free parking at our rear door. CHAMPUN CHAMPLIN... 4 GREAT NAME IN THE GREAT PLAINS Enjoying the " Pause That Refreshes " are: Judy Eck, S+eve Glasser, Sallie Entriken, Claudia Edwards, and Mark Cromwell. mtthimtf like a CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS DAVIS PAINT STORE Wallpaper Gifts Art Supplies NEWT’S DISTRIBUTING CO. Featuring MORTON POTATO CHIPS 118 E. Randolph 718 N. Grand ENID, OKLA. AD 4-4397 WE SALUTE ENID HIGH SCHOOL for its academic accomplishments. It has provided the young people of Enid with cultural surroundings that have been a great factor in building our community. We are proud to be identified with a city that has provided such wonderful educational institu¬ tions. Best wishes for your continued progress and success. 5anfar ' d-5Lunlsle DRUG COMPAQ ymi BUY YOUR SCHOOL SUPPLIES FROM THE ACTIVITY OFFICE STORE NO. I STORE NO. 2 STORE NO. 4 STORE NO. 5 CLINIC PHARMACY 100 N. INDEP. 523 S. MONROE 1925 LAHOMA RD. 1734 S. VAN BUREN 617 S. QUINCY PH. AD 4-2244 PH. AD 4-8636 PH. AD 7-5313 PH. AD 4-5615 PH. AD 7-161 I Over 200 Exciting Flavors 3 I To Choose From Each Month 704 West Maine AD 4-9166 Smiles on the faces of Kurt Frantz and Kathy Clinesmith reflect the quality and goodness of Peerless Ice Cream. 47 Oil ' JkU " trucking AD 4-7666 VACUUM TANK TRUCKS TRANSPORTS OIL FIELD HAULING FRAC TANKS if PLASTIC PIT LINERS if IRRIGATION PUMP RENTAL RAY I. JONES SERVICE CO. 2710 SOUTH VAN BUREN Relaxing after a hard work-out, the Enid Plainsmen Basketball Team enjoy the goodness of Gold Spot Ice Cream. Seated are: Dale Holt, Alan Oliver, Brad Barron, Eddie Conway, Gary Moore, Allie Paine, Doyle Newman, Coach Dusty Eby, Mike Longley, Steve Graham, Tommy Clark, Gary Boyle, Mike Wright, Bob Bridges, and Ron Garrison. 148 HILL ' S MOVING STORAGE CO. 230 EAST MAPLE AVENUE ENID, OKLAHOMA Phone: ADams 4-831 1-2 A World-Wide Long Distance Moving Service MORRIS THRIF -T-WISE We give S H Green Stamps 1909 Lahoma Road Congratulations Seniors Barnes Insurance Agency " COMPLETE INSURANCE SERVICE " MIDWAY CLEANERS Jim Barnes PHONE AD 7-5973 Al Woods 1 12-114 NORTH 1 ITH STREET Phone AD 4-1445 51 8 W. Broadway FREE DELIVERY Phone AD 7-0853 Enid, Oklahoma BEETCH’S BEAUTY COLLEGE Congratulations! SPECIALIZED TRAINING IN ALL PHASES OF BEAUTY CULTURE Seniors of 1966 Next door to Bdwy Tower I 20 East Broadway DIAL AD 7-4465 STURDEVANT SHEET METAL AND ROOFING CO. Brown Funeral Home Roofing for every purpose Sheetmetal work Heating and Air Conditioning Installation 2 18 E. Elm Phone AD 7-1361 GERALD L. BROWN GERALD L. BROWN, JR. Phone AD 7-5432 Congratulations Congratulations, Seniors Seniors of 1966 BOND BREAD Only bread made in Enid THE Stag Shop LOCATED IN DENNY MEN’S WEAR 123 North Grand AD 4-3522 DENNIS McMANEMIN, Owner Linden Kemp Don Johndrow 149 ENID GENERAL HOSPITAL AND SCHOOL OF NURSING State Accredited School of Nursing Fire Proof Building Owned and Operated by THE BAPTIST GENERAL CONVENTION OF OKLAHOMA DR. T. B. LACKEY, Executive Secretary-Treasurer JOE R. BAKER, Administrator 720 W. Market Phone AD 7-106 Serving The Public with Their Merchandising Needs For 95 years! Always The Backer of Enid ' s PLAINSMEN " The Roost " —meeting place for the Gals— Rustic decor juke box . . the latest fashions. " The Flair Shop " —Better Sportswear for the Gals. " The Young Men ' s Shop-for the Guys! 5Q My father Gene McConkay in 1910 made the first pictures for the Quill Annual, through the years we have made three generations of graduates from Enid High School. The name Photo By McConkay has stood out in the halls of Enid High through 50 years of fine Photography. We endeavor to handle each customer as a separate and distinct Study " not simply as a person who wants a picture, that ' s the reason why McConkay pictures are Different " . I want to express my sincere Thanks to Mr. Webb and his office staff, Ruth Scott, Faculty and members of school body, for time and patience putting up with me. ANOTHER YEAR ANOTHER QUILL ANNUAL Dick McConkay FRIEND AND FOLLOWER OF ENID HIGH SCHOOL TO THE MEMBERS OF THE GRADUATING CLASS OF ENID HIGH SCHOOL: " HAPPY LANDING " WABca GEORGE E. FAILING COMPANY A Subsidiary of Westinghouse Air Brake Company ENID, OKLAHOMA ndex A Abercrombie. Ronnie 134 Abernathy, Laura 47, 98, 115, 116 Abram, Joyce 52 Acree, Carolyn 32, 109 Adams, Miss Mary Evelyn 22, 103 Adams, Donna 52 Adamson, Bob 52, 65, 100, 115 Adamson, Dee 32, 60, 65, 72, 98 Adelman, Carolyn 52, 72, 73, 108 Adelman, Chris 32. 101, 103, 136 Agee, Jo Etta 32. 101, 106 Albright, Leroy 32, 57, 59 Aldrich, Lynn 47 Alexander, Charline 32, 102, 111 Alford. Patti 47. 106 Allen, Bonnie 47, 56, 58 Allen, Dr. Charles 71, 85 Allen, Mrs. Dorice 22, 111 Allen, James 32, 58, 103 Allen, Joyce 32 Allen, Noah 47 Allen, Rebecca 32, 62 Allen, Roy 47 Ambrosius, Bill 52 Ames. Mr. Eldon 22, 105 Anderson, Gary 32 Anderson, Ginger 52, 98, 107, 113 Anderson, Linda 47. 57, 59, 65, 98 Anderson, Patty 32, 98, 103, 106, 115 Anderson, Stephanie 52 Andrews. Mike 47 Andrus, Donna 52 Anthis, Darrel 32, 104 Anthony, Robert 52, 130 Arkfeld, Jim 52, 134 Arndt, Jere 47 Arnold, Diana 52, 107 Arnold, Donna 32, 62, 9 8 Arnold, Dwain 32, 104 Arnold, Helen 52 Arnold, Jean 52, 62, 107 Arnold, Jim 47, 131, 133 Arnold, Mike 52, 130, 133 Arnold, Richard 32, 103 Arnold, Penny 52, 57, 59 Asplund, George 32, 105 Atkinson, Richard 32, 61. 65 Atwood. Mary 52, 62, 107 Autry, Mr. O. T. 14, 15, 17, 18, 19 Autry, Mrs. O. T. 12 Autry, Steve 32, 70, 71, 86, 93, 100 103, 110, 115. 122, 134, 136 Axe, Charles 32, 71, 77, 105, 122, 13 i B Bahm, Debbie 47, 57, 59, 64, 101, 115 Bailey, Richard 32 Bainter, Lanny 32, 109 Bainter, Luann 52, 105, 107 Baird, Barbara 47, 60, 65, 79, 98, 101 106. 110, 116 Baird, John 32, 57, 59, 61, 62, 64, 65, 79 Baker, Bob 47, 135, 136 Baker, Danny 32, 108 Baker, Eddie 52 Baker, Karen 47, 71 Baker, Lindy 52, 130 Baldwin, Bonnie 32, 102, 105, 108 Bales. Miss Katherine 22, 105, 158 Ballard, Connie 52 Ballard, Dan 47 Ballard, David 47 Ballard, Dennis Lee 47 Bandy, Phil 32, 58, 71 Bandy, Toni 52, 58 Banister. Mr. Bob 22. 118. 134 Bank, Carolyn 29, 32, 62, 105, 106 Banks, Dennis 32, 73, 105 Barkley, Sam 32, 114 Barnard, Judie 52, 62 Barnard, Sue 47, 111 Barnes, Bobby 47, 130, 133 Barnes, Brian 52 Barnes, Cindi 47, 105, 106 Barnes, Danny 52 Barney, Wayne 52 Barron, Brad 47, 91, 100, 115, 126 135 Barton, Bill 47 Barton, Diana 52, 62 Barton, Harlan Wayne 52, 58 Baskas, Danny 52 Baskas, Rita 52 Batson, Don 32 Batson, Gary 47 Batterman, Glenda 32, 96, 109 Bauer, Ken 52 Baustian, Ronnie 47, 135 Baxter, Lenna 47, 106 Bayless, Miss Kathryn 22 Beadle. Miss Anita Kay 22 Beard, Dennis 32, 58, 64, 72, 73, 81, 84, 101, 135, 136 Beard, Herbert 47, 65 Beard. Jeanne 52, 62, 72, 73, 98, 112, 116 Beard, Len 52, 72. 73, 114, 116 Beardslee. Mrs. Wanda 22 Beaty, Kent 47, 57, 59 Beaver, Larry 52 Bebce, Larry 47, 101 Becker, Doug Lee 52, 59 Becker, Doug 47, 57 Becker, John 52 Beckham, Mike 52 Beckner, Karen 47, 106 Beers, Beverly 47, 108 Beets, Cheri 47, 98, 106 Belcher, Janice 47, 106 Belcher, Terry 32 Bell, Aaron 52, 65 Bell, Carla 32, 104 Bell, Carol 47 Bell, Donald 32, 104 Bell, Mr. Edgar 28 Bell, Shirley 32, 113 Bell, Steve 47, 101, 110, 111, 125, 136 Benefiel, Leeann 98, 107 Benell, Mark 32 Benge, Jay 52, 111, 134 Bennett, Daniel 33, 64 Bennett, Jeannine 52, 62 Bennett, Karen 47, 62, 106 Benson, Jim 47, 132 Bentley (Newman), Betty 33, 99, 102 Bentley, Charles 52 Bentley, Terry 52, 100, 115, 123, 130 Benton, Johnnie 47, 64, 98, 106, 116 Bergdall, Terry 52, 116 Best, Alice 31, 102 Best, Joyce 52 Best, Lou Ann 47 Best, Paula 33 Best, Ted 27 Beyer, Wayne 47, 101 Bickerstaff, Danny 47 Billings, Bob 47, 57, 59, 115 Binford, Roger 52, 65. 76, 111 Bingham, Belle 55, 116 Bingham, Bonnie 47, 60 Bischoff, Larry 33 Bishline, David 47, 61, 65, 130 Bishop, Sam 52, 100, 115, 130 Bixler, Maribeth 52 Bixler, Patricia 47, 102 Bixler, Scott 47, 116 Blackledge, Kent 52 Blackledge, Mark 33 Blackwood, Marlee 47, 101, 106 Blair, Sandy 52 Blaney, Linda 47, 98, 106 Bledsoe, Bob 47, 116 Blevins, Steve 47 Bloom, Mr. Don W. 14, 21. 22. 24 Bloom. Mrs. LaNora 22, 72, 73 Boedeker, Bill 33, 109 Boehm, Cindy 52 Boepple, Carol 52 Boepple, David 47, 130 Boileau, Jeff 52, 56, 58 Boileau, Mike 33, 59, 103, 108, 110, 134 Boler, Mark 52, 133, 134 Boler, Vicki 33, 90, 94, 99, 106, 108 Bolton, Terri 47, 59, 72, 73, 98, 116 Bond, Johnny 47 Bond, Jolene 33, 101 Bonge, Marc 52 Booze, Tim 33, 71, 105 Botts, Leta 52 Bowen, Julia 52 Bowden, Barry 52 Bowers, John 52, 130 Bowles, Mari 55, 107 Boyle, Gary 33, 100, 115, 128, 129, 135, 136, 151 Boyle. Mrs. Lee Ida 22 Bracher, Gary 52 Brakhage, Connie 52 Brakhage. Ronald 33, 104 Braley, David 47 Branch, Gail 33, 99, 106, 108, 113, 116 Brandt, Becky 33, 67, 70, 72, 73, 98, 99, 101, 110. 116 Brandt, Benjie 52 Branstetter, Jack 33 Brawner, Bettye Ann 47 Brawner, Linda 33, 102 Breitenkamp, Gary 33 Breitenkamp, Ginger 52, 62 Brewer, Bill 52, 118, 136 Brewer, Dorena 33, 62, 99, 102, 113 Bridges, Bob 47, 64, 125, 128, 133, Bridges, Elizabeth 47, 98, 106 Bridges, Jewel 52 Bridges, Loretta 33, 62, 105, 106 Bridgman, Edward 52, 65 Bright, Ray 52 Brim. Bob 47 Brittain, Rita 47 Brooks, Curtis 33 Brooks, Donna 52, 98, 107 Brooks, Harvey 33, 71, 109 Brooks, Terry 52, 65 Brown, Becky 52, 107 Brown, Jonna 52 Brown, Raymond 33, 58, 99, 104 Brown, Ronald 33 Brown, Russ 33, 110 Brownfield, Gary 47, 64, 101, 103, Browning, Terry 52 ; 116 Brueggemann, Ronnie 52, 58 Brune, Caroline 52, 107, 113 Bryant, Joe 52, 130 Bryson, Marilyn 33, 60, 96, 106, 108 Buchanan, Brad 47, 72, 73, 100, 115, 135 Buchanan, Glen 33, 86, 99, 122, 136 Bucher, Mrs. Iris 22. Ill Buckles, Jack 52, 57, 59, 81 Buckles, Jennie 33, 99 Buckles, Jerry 52 Buckner, Janice 33, 56, 58 Bukacek, Karen 33, 70, 71, 98, 106, 108, 113, 115, 116 Buies, David 52 Buller, Alfred 47 Buller, Beverly 52 Buller, Doug 33, 71 Buller, Larry 33, 67, 109, 110, 116 Buller, Linda 33, 106 Bunch, Frank 52 Bundy, Darrell 52, 65 Burchardt, Jerry 52, 65 Burchardt, Judy 52, 107 Burdett, Katha 33, 109 Burdg, Letitia 47, 61, 105 Burdg, Violeta 33, 109 Burdick, Carol 47 Burdick, Phil 52 Burgess, Betty 33, 99 Burgess, Jim 52 Burgess, Riley 52, 111 Burghardt, Linda 47, 98, 106 Burk, Kenneth 47 Burnett, Jim 33, 61, 65, 99 Burns, Eula Mae 52, 62 Burpo, Alan 33 Burris, Jerry 33, 99 Burris, Mike 47, 130 Busch, Rick 47 Bush, Aaron 52 Bushnell, Ricky 33, 57, 59, 99, 100, 115 Butler, Sherman 47 Butricks, Kathy 52 Butts, Eddie 47, 100, 101, 115, 118, 136 Butts, Greg 52, 100, 115 Buvinger, Anne 52, 57, 59, 64, 98. 112, 116 Buvinger, Mrs. Margaret 18 Buxton, Grant 52 c Cagle, David 52, 64 Cain, Debbie 52 Cain, Frank 53 Caldwell, Carolyn 33, 98, 99, 101, 106, 113 Calhoum, Mrs. Edith 28 Camp, Dale 47, 130 Campbell, Barbara 53 Campbell, Mrs. Edna 22 Campbell, John 53, 57, 59 Campbell, Kathy 53 Campbell, Mary 47, 106, 109 Campbell, Steve 33 Cannon, Ralph 47 Cantellay, Charles 33, 104, 114 Canter, Terry 53. 116 Cantrell, David 53 Carey, Dr. Milburn 18 Carmichael, Mike 33, 134 Carnell. Jean 33, 60 Carr, David 53 Carr, Rae Ellen 33, 60 Carroll. Mr. Charles 18 Carroll, Pat 53, 100, 115, 130, 133, 134 Carver, Dick 53, 57, 59 Carver, Steve 33, 58 Case, Donna 47, 111 Casey, Greg 53 Chambers, Bert 47, 59, 64 Chambers, Dana 53, 62, 107, 116 Chambers, Steve 47, 57, 59, 115 Chambless, Donna Jean 33 Chance, Charles 53, 57, 59 Chapman, Jim 53 Chapman, Sharon 53, 62 Chase, Carl 47, 57. 59, 130, 134 Chase, Marty 47, 62, 68, 106, 115 Chase, Rita 34, 57, 59, 101, 103, 108 Chenoweth, Eddie 53, 65 Chester, Lana 47, 57, 59, 98 Choat, Karen 47, 106 Choate, Bill 47 Choate, Connie 53, 62, 107 Choate, Kathy 53, 107, 113 Chodrick, George 47 Chodrick, Teresa 53, 62, 116 Chrisman, Terry 53 Christal. Mrs. Carolyn 22 Christensen, Becky 47, 60, 98, 101, 106, 108, 116 Christensen, Jean 34, 101, 103, 108 Christopher, John 47 Cisco, Virginia 47, 105 Clark. Mr. Albert 22, 116 Clark, Alan 53 Clark, Charles 34, 105 Clark, Danny 34, 56, 58, 71, 110 Clark, Richard 48, 109 Clarke, Tommy 34, 128, 135 Clausing, Mr. John 24 Clay, Joyce 34. 61, 99, 103, 115 Claxton, Carol 48 Cleek, Sharron 48 Cline, Phyllis 48, 60, 106 Clinesmith, Kathy 34, 57, 60. 71, 81, 86, 91, 96, 97. 99, 106, 158 Close, Sharon 29, 34, 103, 116 Clover Donald 53 Cochran, Mr. Ira 28 Cockrell, Cathy 34, 62, 99, 102 Cohlmia, Rose 48, 116 Cole, Eddy 34, 136 Cole, Paul 53, 131, 133, 136 Coleman, Karen 53, 107 Collier. Mr. Harley C. 23 Collin, Beth 48, 106, 112, 116 Collins, David 34, 110, 135 Collins, Janice 53, 62 Collins, Jay 48 Collins, Jimmy 53 Combs, Joan 48, 61, 106 Congdon, Linda 53, 62, 107, 113 Conley, Deanna 48, 62, 106 Conley, Terry 48 Conway, Eddy 48, 126, 133 Cook, Mr. Leon 85 Cook, Rod 48, 130, 132 Cooley, Bill 34, 60, 65, 109 Cooper, Tim 53 Copeland, Trehon 102 Copeland, Vickie 34, 71, 99, 104 Cornforth, Myrl 34, 104, 105 Corr, Jay 48 Covert, Mary 34, 99, 101, 116 Covey, Mike 48 Cowsar, Mike 48 Cox, Anita 53, 62, 116 Cox, Cliff 34, 73, 121. 136 Cox, Dwayne 48 Cox, Gary 53 Cox, Haven 48 Cox, Linda 53 Cox, Robert 52 Cox, Wanda 48 Cozart, Mrs. Dorothy 23, 98 Crabb, Dale 53 Craig, George 48 Craig, Geoffrey 53 Craig, Jack 48, 73, 109 Craig, Mary 53, 107 Crandall, Sharon 34, 99 Cravens, Edward 34, 58, 61, 65, 71, 73, 108, 110 Crawford, Kathy 53, 107 Crawford, Mrs. Lena Mae 23. 29 Crawford, Syl 53 Crawford, Tommy 53, 116 Crawford, Wayne 48, 101, 116 Crayton, Edwina 53 Creed, Carol 34, 67, 98, 106, 108, 115, 116 Creevan, Larry 53 Crissup, Deraid 48 Cromwell, Mark 34, 69, 70, 71, 77, 93, 99, 100, 105, 115, 116 Cropper, Mrs. Alta 28 Cropper, Nancy 53. 58 Cropper, Wayne 53 Cross, Larry 34, 114 Cross, Terry 53 Crow, Jim 53 Crow, Suzanne 48, 98, 106, 110, 115 Crowley, Dan 48 Crowley, Judy 53, 64 Culbertson, Marion 34, 111, 114 Culp, Blake 34 Culver, Marvin 34. 58 Cummings, Cindy 48, 105, 111 Cummings, David 53, 58 Cummings, James 48, 57, 59, 101, 116 Cummings, Ladell 48 Cunningham, Billie 53. 107 Cunningham, Rebecca 34 Curths, Ron 48, 101, 134, 136 Curtis, Jim 34, 100, 133 Curtis, Margaret Ann 31, 34, 70, 71, 80. 82. 90, 91, 92, 95. 96, 100, 101, 103, 106 Cushing, Mary 53, 62. 98, 107, 112 Cuthbertson, Linda 34, 106 Cutting, Judy 48, 58, 98, 100, 110, 115 D Dailey, Doug 53, 58, 114 Dailey, Richard 34 Daily, Jim 48 Dalton, Carolyn 34, 99 Dalton, Lloyd 53 Damon, Donna 34, 94, 109 Damon, Sandra 53, 62 Daniel, Jackie 48 Daniel, Lenora Kay 53 Daniels, Claudia 53 Daniels, Ralph 34, 109 Daniels, Richard 53 Daniels, Steve 48 Davidson, J. D. 34, 71 l 5 z Davidson, Jonah 53 Davidson, Mary 48, 98 Davidson, Randy 53, 57, 59 Davidson, Tom 48 Davies, Joann 53, 107, 113 Davis, Charles 53 Davis, Dorothy 34, 99, 102, 113 Davis, Greg 48 Davis, Jane 53, 62 Davis, Johnny 53, 57, 59 Davis, Melinda 52, 55, 100, 107, 115 Davis, Norma 53 Davis, Ray 34 Davis, Shirley 53, 107 Dawes, David 48, 61, 65, 133 Dawson, Larry 53 Dawn, Helen 48 Day, Barbara 48, 61, 106 Day, Brad 34 Day, Elizabeth 48 Day, Patricia 34 Decker, Terry 48 DeFoe, Dotty 34, 63, 67, 93, 98, 99, 106, 115, 116 Deitz, Melvin 53 Denton, Gregg 53 Denton, Jim 53 DeRoin, Elray Lauren 53 DeRoin, Mitchell 34 Derr, Betty 48, 108 Derr, Phillip 48 Devers, Karen 53, 62, 107 Devers, Theresa 48, 102, 106 Dickerson, Dale 34, 109 Dickerson, Jerry 34, 109 Dickey, Mr. Claude 28 Dickey, Mike 34, 71 Diener, Scott 48 Dierksen, Shirley 53, 62, 107 Diesterwig, Mrs. R. E. 85 Dillon, Marilyn 53, 83, 98, 100, 107, 113, 115, 116 Dinsmore, Larry 48, 101 Dittmeyer, Carol 53, 62 Dixon, Danny 34 Dixon, Jimmy 53 Dodds, Steven 48 Dodson, Herbert 48. 104 Dodson, Jerry 32, 64 Dominick, Vicki 48, 57, 59, 68, 98 Donaldson, Aaron 48, 101 Donaldson, Gary 53 Donnell, Diana 29, 34. 71, 102, 105 Donnell, Mary 48, 106 Dougan, Susan 34 Dougherty, Diana 34, 64, 103 Dougherty, Holly 53, 98, 107 Douglas (Abercrombie), Mary 34 Douglass, Willis 53 Dow, Ronny 53 Draffin, Diana 48, 106, 110 Draffin, Sharon 35, 99, 106 Drage, Dennis 48 Drage, Elizabeth 53, 62 Drake, Carroll 48, 101, 116 Dresser, Miss Lillian 85 Driskell, Mrs. Fay 28 Druiett, Terri 53, 62, 107 Drum. Barbara 35, 62, 99 Duckett. Mr. Harold 23 Dufau, Rita 35, 105, 117 Duffy, Carol 35, 113 Duffy, David 48 Duffy, Nicki 53, 57, 59 Duke. Mr. Alvin 23. 80, 89, 118, 119, 122, 136 Duke, Davie 53 Dunbar, Paul 35. 99, 131, 133, 136 Duncan, Nancy 53, 62, 98, 107 Dundas, Mike 53 Dunn, Peggy 53 Dunn, Terry 27, 35, 104 Durham, Tom 48, 101 Duvall, Jay 48 Duvall, Patricia 48 Dye, Monty 48, 100, 115 E Earhart, Marvin 35, 99 Easterly, Susan 53, 56, 58 Eby, Mr. Dusty 23, 126, 127, 132 136. 156 Eby, Judy 48 Eck, Judy 53, 107 Eckford, Pearlene 48, 68, 98, 106, 108, in Eddington, Sherry 53, 107, 113 Edley, Carol 48. 60, 65, 101, 106 Edwards, Claudia 32, 35, 70 71 78, 93, 100, 106. 116 Edwards, Mr. Leonard 18 Edwards, Linda 35 Edwards, Michael 48 Egger, Sandra 48, 101, 113 Eggleston, Gwen 53 Eggleston, LaDonna 35, 64. 116 Ehardt, Orville 48, 104, 144 Ellis, Diane 48 Elston, Jack 35 Elton, Dale 35, 57, 59, 64, 101, 103 Emerson, Donald 35, 99 Emerson, Freddie 35, 99 Endsley, Mike 53 Endsley, Ron 48 Engelman, Steve 53, 131, 133 Enns, Carol 35, 62, 99, 106 Entriken, Sallie 35, 70, 71, 93, 101, 106, 116 Epperson, Doug 53, 65, 116 Escoe, Shirley 48, 62, 102 Escue, Allen 53 Escue, Sherolyn 35, 59, 99 Eshlemen, Bill 48 Essex, Teri 48, 58, 98 Esterly, Susan 51 Estes, Nanette 53 Estes, Sherry 35, 71, 99 Etter, Darrel 48 Etter, Louise 35, 102 Evans, Lynda 48, 106 Evans, Bobby 53 Evans, Steve 48 Everett, Marcia 48, 62 Everitt, Larry 48 Everitt, Leslie 48, 106 Ezell, Paul 55 F Fahle, Eddie 48 Fahrenbruch, Jim 53 Fair, Odell 53 Farrant, Mr. Ray 18 Farrell, Dennis 35, 60, 65 Faught, Bob 48, 105 Feeney, Gene 48 Feil, Teddy 35, 102, 109 Felix, Doug 48, 100, 115 Fenity, Larry 53 Ferguson, Sherry 53, 62, 98 Field, Robin 52, 53, 100, 115, 130 Field, Susan 31, 35, 70, 80, 86, 91, 93, 96, 100, 101, 106, 115 Fields, Kathleen 35, 64, 99, 102 Fine, Barbara 48, 102 Fine, Mary 35, 99 Finley, Robert 48 Fischaber, Paul 53 Fischaber, Ruth 48, 106 Fischer, Kenneth 33, 56, 58 Fisher, Mr. Cleo 18 Fisher, Mrs. Inez 28 Fisher, Mrs. Jerry 85 Fisher, Karen 53 Fisher, Sheila 35, 98, 106 Fitch, Cathy 53, 98 Fitzgerald, Bonita 53 Fitzgerald, Myrlane 47, 48, 68, 80, 87, 98, 106, 112, 115 Fleetwood, Buzz 54 Fleming. Dixie 35. 61. 67, 95, 98, 100, 105, 106, 108, 115, 116. 158 Fleshman, Sharon 48. 98, 106 Flowers, Brenda 53, 107, 113 Floyd, Laura 53 Fluman, Mr. Gerald 23 Foglesong, Rick 33, 56, 58, 64, 72, 73, 84, 101, 110 Fore, Eugene 54 Fossett, Fonda 48. 101, 106, 116 Fothergill, Tim 33, 73, 122, 136 Foulks, Penny 48, 72, 73, 106, 108 Fowler, Judy 33, 102 Frankel, David 48 Franklin, Lee Raye 53, 107 Frantz, Kurt 17, 35, 71, 93, 100, 101, 103, 11 13, 1 15, 117, 120, 121, 136 Frantz, Robin 47, 48, 68, 98, 100, 101, 106, 112, 1 15 Frantz, Steve 35, 68, 71, 73, 134, 136 Frazee, Ann 53, 59, 64, 108 Frazee, Jackie 48, 101, 106, 108, 110, 112 Frazier, Edna 35, 57, 59, 99, 104 Frazier, Lynn 48 Frazier, Patricia 48 Freeling, Pam 48 Fromholz. Miss Addie 23 Fry, Mr. Ralph 28 Fulgium, Linda 53 Fuller, Steve 48, 115 Fullhart, Chuck 35. 58, 64 Fullhart, Debbie 48, 106, 108 Fullingim. Mike 35, 60, 65, 101, 103, 110 Funk, Kathleen 35, 99, 106, 115 Furnish, Frank 53 G Gabelsberg, Steve 48 Gainer, Phillip 53 Gains, Eddie 65 Galusha, Barbara 36, 102 Galusha, Claudia 36, 106, 116 Galusha, Kathy 53 Gamble, Pat 48, 98, 101, 106 Gammon, Charles 53 Gammon, Connie 36, 99, 102 Gannon, Kay 48, 71, 106, 108 Gardner, Jack 36, 64, 77 Gardner, Mr. Jack 83 Gardner, Mrs. Jack 83 Garis, Joe 53, 130, 133 Garis, John 48 Garis, Sharon 48, 62 Garrison, Connie 36, 71, 102 Garrison, Mark 53, 116 Garrison, Ronnie 48, 111, 125, 128, 136 Garton, John 53 Gary, Ruby 36 Gau, Bill 36, 60, 62, 65, 71 Gau, Pam 53, 62, 107 Gauldin, Charlene 53, 107 Gault, Letitia 36, 99, 106 Gault, Linda 48, 62, 101 Gearheard, Richard 53, 130, 133 Gee, Sandra 53, 107 Gensler, Mrs. Selma 28 George, David 48, 57, 59 Gerhard, Janice 53, 64 Gibson, Judy 48 Gibson, Oleita 52 Gigoux, Mr. Jere 21. 23. 79 Gilbert, Sue 36, 98, 99, 106 Giles, Louis 53 Gill, Ethel 48, 98, 99, 115 Gillham, Dale 53, 65 Gillham, Dennis 48. 101 Gilliland, Richard 53 Ging, Carol 53, 62, 98, 107 Ging, Mr. Scott 23 Ging, Susan 48, 99 Ginn, Marvin 36 Gipson, Pattie 49 Givens, Johnette 48 Givens, Kirk 36 Glahn, John 36, 103, 135 Glasser, Steve 36, 71, 72, 73, 100, 101, 103, 110, 114, 115 Gober, Donald 55 Goddard, Andy 36 Goddard, Bill 53, 130 Goddard, Kimball 48 Goebel, Gary 53, 100, 115 Goeller, Barbara 36 Goff, Danny 48 Goff, Johnny 53 Gaggin, Terry 54 Goodman, Linda 53, 107 Goodman, Lynn 48, 82, 105, 128, 130 Goodman, Mrs. Pauline 23, 24 Goodman, Ronnie 36 Goodpasture, Danny 53 Goodpasture, Dianna 36, 71, 96, 106. 112 Goodpasture, Terry 53, 57, 59, 114 Goodwin, Ginger 53 Goodwin, Ken 36, 73 Gore, Ed 36 Gose, J. D. 114 Goss, Steve 53, 100, 115, 130 Gottfried, LaRonna 36, 104 Gracey, Richard 65 Graham, Bruce 36, 71, 77, 98, 108, 117, 122, 136 Graham, Danny 48 Graham, Greg 53, 123, 130, 133 Graham, Linda H. 53 Graham, Linda J. 36, 86, 99, 106, 108 Graham, Steve 48, 108, 128, 133 Grammont, Nancy 36, 62, 99, 102 Grantz, Janie 36, 99, 104 Grantz, Sondra 36, 61, 96 Gratner, Sue 36, 62, 99 Gray, Mrs. Beverly 24 Green, Cheryl 36, 98. 106, 108, 116 Green, Latina 53, 107 Green, Wanda 36, 71, 99 Greenhaw, Mr. Robert 24, 118, 136 Gregory, Garry 36, 99, 121, 136 Gregory, Joy 48 Griffeth, Mrs. LaVerne 24 Griffin, David 53 Griffin. Mr. Eugene 24, 58, 64 Grim, Charles 48 Grimm, Cherry 14. 15. 115 Grimm (Miller), Linda 34 Groom, Dennis 53, 105, 130 Groves, Roger 48, 131 Grunewald, Brenda 102 Gungoll, Cathy 53, 62, 107 Gurwell, Lawrence 36 Guthrie, Esther 48. 102 Guthrie, Maria 36, 105 H Hackworth. Linda 48, 61, 106 Haddad, Cindy 53 Haddad. John 53, 56, 58 Hager, Rick 53 Haines, Paul 48 Haines, Paulette 36. 99 Hajek, Kathy 48, 106, 116 Halbrook, James 36, 99 Hale, Linda 48, 98, 106 Haley, Kenneth 36. 104 Hall, Janey 53. 107 Hall, Johnny 53 Hall, Lynn 36, 62, 99, 106 Hall, Marilyn 37 Hall, Vernon 53 Hamblin, Deanna 37 Hamblin, Doug 37, 99 Hamblin, Norma 53 Hamblin. Tim 53, 57, 59 I Jamil, Steve 37, 100, 110, 121, 136 Hamilton, Charles 37, 109 Hamon, Carol 49 Handley, Kathy 53 Hankins, Betty 53, 107 Hankins, Jim 37 Hankins, Shirley 53 Hannon, Monroe 37. 68, 101, 103 Hansen, Pam 53, 107 Haragan, Fred 37 Haraughty, Mr. Charles 27 Harbour, David 37, 71 Harbour, Stephen 48 Hardin, Bill 54 Hardy, Steve 54, 57, 59 Hargrove, Ann 54 Hargrove, Mary 49, 109 Harmon, Chervl 48, 98, 101, 106, 112 Harmon, Dan 37, 104, 109 Harmon. Mr. Garry 24, 25, 116 Harmon, John 54, 58 Harmon, Sulyn 54, 62, 98, 107 Harper, Mrs. Bobbie 28 Harris, Barbara 49, 98, 106 Harris, Lance 37, 91, 98, 108 Harris, Lowell, 49, 72, 135 Harrison, Carolyn 54. 62 Harrison, Kenneth 37, 70, 99, 105, 122, 133, 136 Harrison. Windell 37, 73, 99, 133 Hart, Bill 54, 57, 59, 134 Hart, Chuck 37, 103 Hart, Gary 37, 114, 117 Hartling, Jack 54 Hartling, Mike 37, 104 Harwood, Linda 37, 62, 106 Haskin, Jim 49 Hastings, Nina 37 Hastings, Patsy 49 Hatfield, David 37. 109 Hatfield, Janice 37, 61, 100, 115 Hatfield, Jonette 54 Hatfield, Karon 49 Hatfield, Mary Ann 54, 62, 107, 108, 112, 113 Hatfield. Viola 37, 71, 99, 109 Haug, Tom 54 Haun, Ronnie 101 Havens, Barbara 37 Havens, Larry 54 Havens, Terry 54 Hayes, Mrs. Minnie 28 Hays, Gary 49, 57, 59 Havs, Janet 54, 98, 105, 108, 113, 116 Heath, Don 54 Heath, Verle 54, 65 Hedge, Larry 37, 108 Hedge, Lynda 54 Heffron, Ray 37, 57, 59 Heffron, Tom 49, 58 Hein, Cheryl 54, 107 Heintz, Willa 49, 106 Heiberg, Kathy 54, 62, 107 Heilman, Mike 61 Hellwege, Dennis 54. 56, 58 Hemphill, Mark 49, 57, 59 Henderson, Bill 54, 57, 59, 64, 100 Henderson, Eldon 37, 72, 73 Henderson, Max 37, 118, 136, 137 Hendley, Steve 54, 116, 130, 133 Hendryx, Charlotte 54 Henley, Amelia 49. 62 Henley, Dora 37, 99, 111, 113 Henneha, Skip 49, 120, 122, 133, 136 Henneke. Mrs. Donna 24. 102 Henneke. Fred 37, 57, 59, 64, 67, 101, 103 Henneke, Joyce 54, 62 Henneke, Linda 37, 66, 98, 101, 116 Henrichs. Mrs. Phyllis 24. 106, 113 Henry, Debbie 37, 71, 99 Henry, Eurie 37 Henry, Jamie 54 Hensel, Keith 47, 49, 100, 115, 125, 136 Hensley, Shelia 49, 72, 110, 115 Henson, Trudie 49, 102 Henthorn, Lana 54. 62, 107 Herlihy, Bob 37, 137 Herndon, Terri 54, 58, 116 Herth, Susan 49, 98, 106 Hess. Mrs. Dorothy 24, 108 Hewitt, Charles 134 Hewitt, Donna 37, 70, 71, 99, 106 Hibbets. Lewis 37, 57, 59 Hibbs, Richard 54 Hickey, Teresa 37. 62, 70, 71, 109 Hickle, Mrs. Judy 24. 106 Hicks, Bruce 54, 130 Hicks, Jimmy 54 Hicks, Roger 54 Hicks. Sidney 37, 69, 70, 71, 104 Hill, Barbara 54 Hill, Jimmy 37 Hill. Judy 49. 63. 77, 98, 107, 108, 112. 113, 115. 116 Hill, Vernon 49 Himes, David 49. 109 Hinkle, Barbara 49. 106 Hixon, Linda 37, 70, 71, 100, 112, 115, 116 Hoad. Mrs. Martha 25. 98 Hoad, Raymond 49, 58. 101 Hobbs, Bill 54, 130, 133 Hobbs, Carolyn 49, 62 Hobbs, David 54, 65 Hobbs, Joyce 37, 102 Hobbs. Kurt 37, 61, 99 Hodgden, Larry 49 Hoeltzel, Janet 54, 62, 98, 107 Hoffman, Ronnie 54 Holcomb, Ann 54 Holcomb, Janice 37, 68, 70, 71, 73, 86. 101, 110 Holdeman, Kathy 49, 61, 102 Hole, Joyce 54, 64 Hole, Susan 37 Holland, Margaret 37, 108, 116 Holland, Travis 49 Holt, Dale 122, 128, 132, 136 Holt, Darrel 54 53 Holtzen, David 37 Holtzen, Jeannette 54, 62, 107 Holtzhauser, Mike 49, 109 Holub, Elvin 54, 65 Hood, Leslie 49 Hoopingarner, Dennis 54 Hopkins, Connie 49, 106 Hopkins, Donna 37, 99, 102 Hopkins, Gilbert 58, 72, 73 Hopkins, Gloria 54, 62, 107 Hopkins, Mike 54 Hopkins, Warner 37 Hopper, Joy 37, 106, 113, 116 Hopper, Stanley 54 Hopper, Terry 54 Horner, Mr. Herman 28 Horner, Sheliah 54 Horton, Dwight 99 Hough, Tangy 54, 98, 100, 115 Houghton, Cheryl 37, 62, 99 Houghton, Susan 54, 62, 107 House, Mike 38, 71, 116, 120, 121, 136 Houska, Evelyn 54 Hoyt, Connie 54, 62 Hronopulos, Cathy 54, 62, 107 Huddle, Janis 49 Huddle, Linda 54, 98, 107 Huddleston, Steve 49, 57, 59, 64 Hudson, Robert 54 Huffman, Brenda 29. 49, 101, 109 Huffman, Chuck 48 Hughes, Terry 54 Hume, David 49, 61, 65, 68, 70, 71, 111 Hurt, Carrie 54 Hurt, Dallas 38, 109 Hurt, Patricia 49, 101 Hutchins, Linda 49 Hutchinson, Dirk 38, 101, 103, 114 Hysell, Janet 54, 62, 107 I Ingram, Marcea 49, 104 Isbell, Eddie 54, 58 Ivey, Charles 49, 105 J Jack, Rex 38, 60, 65 Jackson, Curt 54 fackson, Garland 49 Jackson, Shirley 38, 62, 98, 111, 116 James, Bonnie 49, 106, 111 Jameson, Cindi 49, 106 Jantz, Darrell 49 Jantzen, Sue 54 lemison, Jim 49, 101 Jemison, Larry 38, 68, 101, 103, 135 Jenkins, Nancy 49, 100, 115 Jenkins, Mr. Stanley 25, 28, 99, 100, 101 Jimison, Barbara 49. 62 115 K Kastle, Gary 38, 114 Kastle, Karyn 54 Keck, David 54 Keck, Jack 54, 130 Keck, Linda 49, 57, 59, 65, 91, 115, 116 Keck, Linda Darlene 38, 59, 71, 78, 95, 98, 108 Keefer, Floyd 54 Keel, Vera 38, 105 Keely, Peggy 54, 107 Keiser. Miss La Verne 25 Kellan, Pat 54 Keller, Mr. Heli 28 Kelley, Marilyn 54 Kelly, Ronald 54 Kelly, Miss Ruth 25 Kemph, Dennis 38 Kennedy, Dan 36 Kennedy, Karol 49, 106 Kennedy, Phil 104 Kennedy, Phyllis 38, 104 Kennedy. Mr. Tom 25, 104 Kent, Ron 54 Kent, Ruthie 38, 99, 104 Kepford, Jo Ann 49 Kesner. Joyce 49, 98, 106, 111 Key, Cindy 54 Key, Clarice 38. 103, 106, 115, 116 Key, Major Jack 100 Key, Jerry 49 Kiefer, Larry 49, 123, 130, 133 Kieffer, Steve 54, 58 Kilburn, Pam 54, 107, 113 Kiely, Mary 38, 109 Killam, Kathy 54, 62 Killam, Robert 49 Killian, Eve Jo 49 Kiliough, Jack 38, 70, 71, 116 Kimmell, Dan 54 Kiinmell, David 38, 104 Kimmell, Sharon 54 Kindle, Bill 54 Kindle. Mrs. Naomi 25 King. Mr. Delbert 25 Kingcade, Lue Ann 49 Kirby, Nancy 54, 73, 107 Kirk. Mr. Mvrl 25, 158 Kirkley, Gail 49. 106 Kirts, Susan 38, 58, 109 Kitchen, Merle 38, 101 Kittley, Barbara 38 Klein, Susan 38, 98, 99, 106, 115 Kliewer, Bonnie 38, 71, 105, 109 Knabe, Rolinda 49 Koch, Linda 49, 56, 58, 108, 110 Kocher, John 49, 72, 73, 101, 114, 134, 135 Koehn, Don 38, 99, 122 Koehn, Martha 54, 62 Koger, Miss Muriel 25 Kopp, Phil 54, 73, 108, 114, 116 Korb. Miss Beryl 25 Kosted, Lanette 54 Kotlan, Frances 54, 98 Kowalski, Linda 38 Krahn, Doug 54, 130 Kratzer, Judy 38, 104 Kratzer, Susan 54 Krey, Ronnie 54, 130 Krivohlavek, Toni 49, 98, 102 Kroll, Kurt 49, 118, 136 Krupp, James 38, 60, 65, 99, 134 Krupp, Mark 54, 61, 65 Kummell, Bobby 54 Kurz, George 54 Kusch, Stan 54 Kuxhaus, Janell 49 L Lackey, Chester 38, 99, 109 LaCourse, Rod 49, 119, 125, 136 Ladusau, Lee Ann 49, 98, 107 Ladusau, Michele 54, 62 Lafferty, Tim 49, 101 Lamb, Phil 38, 73, 117, 122 Lane, Gary 49, 105 Langford, Cynthia 29, 38, 71, 98, 106 Langford, Larry 54, 65, 130 Langwell, Darrell 54, 130 Lansdown, Connie 49, 61, 98, 107. 115 Large, Charlotte 54, 116 Larsen, Karen 54, 57, 59, 64, 100, 115 Larsen, Vince 49, 108 LaSalle, Angela 38, 102, 115, 116 LaSalle, Rene 54 Lasley, Dee 49, 86, 107 Laster, Alma Faye 54 Latta, Ronnie 38 Lawrence, Pearl 38, 105 Lawrenz, Vicky 54, 107 Lawson, Randy 54, 135 Layton, Susan 38, 102, 105 Lea, Wayne 54 Lee, Douglas 38 Lee, Leslie 49 I-eeper, John 54, 58 Leeper, Sue 49, 98, 107, 113, 115, 116 Leggett, Beverly 49. 107 Leggett, Peggy 54, 62, 107 LeGrant, Randy 49, 60, 62, 65, 73, 116 Leitner, Richard 54 Leser, Debbie 49, 100, 101, 115 Lewellen, Shirley 54 Lewis, Barbara 54, 58, 98 Lewis, Myrna 54 Lewis, Nancy 49, 57, 59, 64, 116 Lewis, Phyllis 38, 102 Lichtenberg, Deborah 38, 99, 104 Lichtenberg, Sherry 54, 62, 107, 116 Linker, Donna 49, 98, 101, 116 Linn, Debbie 49, 107, 116 Lipps, Cherie 38, 77, 99, 101, 103, 106, 108, 110 Lipps, Conti 49, 61, 101, 107, 113, 116 Litson, Cynthia 38, 98, 102, 106, 111 Litson, Hugh 54 Little, Bob 39, 61, 65, 73, 1.34 Little, Diane 54, 107 Litton, Trudy 49, 64 Livingston, Diane 54 Livsey, Steven Max 49 Lochner, Karen 49, 98, 101, 107 Lockett, Mr. Vic 12 Lohmeier. Mrs. Charna 25 Long, Connie 49, 58 Long, Danny 54, 98, 116 Long, Gloria 39, 64 Long, Stuart 54 Longley, Mike 39. 71, 73, 93, 99, 108, 110, 115, 128. 132, 136 Lorenz, Ida 54, 107 Loucks, Pat 54, 57, 59 Loucks, Steven 39 Loughman, Pat 39, 105, 109 Lovell, Jim 39, 100, 101, 10.3, 108, 115, 135 Luckett, Karen 54 Lumen, Doug 49, 109 Lundy, Linda 49, 60. 98, 107 Lynch, Mr. Charles 25, 77, 109 Lynch, Kevin 54 Lynch. Mrs. Rosemary 25, 111 Lyon, Danny 49 Me McBlair, Jim 50 McBride, Cynthia 55, 62, 105, 107 McCalla. Dianne 49, 98, 101, 107, 108, 112, 113 McCamey, Jim 55 McCarthy, Bob 50, 116, 136 McCartney, Marvin 39 McCarty, Barbara 39, 105 McClanahan, Cathy 55, 107, 113 McCleod, Annie Lee 50, 105, 107 McCollum. Mr. Marion 25, 27 McCollum, Phyllis 55 McCormick, Brad 55, 57, 59, 64 McCormick, Linda 39, 58, 64 McCormick, Raenelle 39, 111 McCoy. Mr. Perry 16 McCreary, David 49, 115 McCreary, Kathy 50, 98, 101, 107, 110 McCreary, Mrs. Nelle 21, 23, 25, 115 McCreary, Pam 49, 98, 100, 107, 115 McCullough, Terri 39, 62, 99, 101 McCune, Karen 55, 107 McDaniel, Steve 49, 64, 109 McDermott Frances 99 McDonald, Cathy 54, 107, 116 McDonald, Charles 39, 67, 116 McDonald, Connie 49, 107, 112 McFarland, Jerry 49, 99 McFarland, Randy 55 McGee, Joan 39, 99, 102 McGhay, Jim 55, 136 McGill, Kathy 50, 58 McGlaslin, Leda 39, 102 McGoveran, Dana 49 McGoveran, Pam 55 McGoveran, Pat 55 McGugin, Beverly 39, 70, 71, 106 Mcllwee, Kathy 50 McIntosh, Beverly 15, 39, 67, 70, 71, 86, 99, 108, 116 McKee, Carmen 55 McKee, Julie 54 McKeever, Kent 39, 71, 7.3, 110 McMahan, Paulyne 49, 112 McMahon, Stacey 50 McManis, Bill 50 McManis, Ken 55, 58 McNitt, Roger 135 McVicker, Donna 39 McZegle, Wayne 55 M Mabry, Madelynn 39, 70, 72, 80, 90, 93, 96, 99, 100, 106, 115 Mackey, Steve 54 Mackie, David 39 Mackie, Joy 49 Maddox, Kenneth 49 Maddox, Shirley 49, 61 Madison, Danny 54 Madison, Janet 39, 109 Major, Mrs. Lynette 28 Major, Ronnie 54, 131, 133, 136 Makosey, Bill 49, 101, 110, 116 Maloney, Dade 39, 60. 65 Maly, Mr. Emanuel 28 Manahan, A. K. 54, 131, 133 Manering, Larry 49 Mansfield, Buster 54, 58 Mansfield, Carol 39, 99, 106 Mantell, Marvin 49, 111 Manuel, Duane 49, 71 Manuel, Paula 55, 98, 107 Marlatt, Nancy 54, 58 Marshall, Jeannie 49, 64 Marshall, Sharon 55 Martens, Mary 55, 62, 107 Martin, Charles 54 Martin, Cliff 49 Martin, Gerene 50 Martin, Karen 39, 99 Martin, Leroy 54 Martin, Linda 39, 99, 102 Martin, Marshall 54 Martin, Mr. Rex 77 Martin, Teresa 39, 99 Martindale, Terry 55, 65 Martinez, Tim 54 Mason, Barry 54, 57, 59, 100, 115 Mason, Deborah 55 Mason, John 49, 57, 59, 134 Mason, Marsha 55, 62, 98, 107 Massie, Mrs. Earlene 26, 108 Massie, Jerry 54, 116 Massie, Peggy 39, 62, 109 Mathers, Sharon 39, 98, 103, 106, 113, Mathis, Alan 39, 60, 65, 103, 110, 114 Matthews. Mr. Don 26 Mattson. Mary Kay 54, 100 Mauk. Dan 39. 68. 71, 134, 135, 136 Mauk. Mr. Gene 20, 21. 77 Maupin, Ross 39, 98, 115 Maupin, Russell 49 May, Mary 49 May, Micki 39, 60 Mayberry, Shelia 55, 107 Maxwell, Marsha 49, 61, 80, 84, 98, 106, 115, 116 Maze, Garrell 54 Meeker. Bob 39. 71. 73, 103 Meese, Mrs. Sadie 26 Meisner, Wesley 50, 101 Melrose. Brenda 50 Melvin, Mrs. Elvina 28 Melvin, Monty 55 Melvin, Ronnie 55 Mendenhall, Barbara 39 Mendenhall, David 55, 130 Mendenhall. Ken 17, 39, 86, 91, 93, 121, 136 Mendenhall, Tim 50, 135. 136 Menser, Sharon Kay 39, 99, 106 Meredith, Mary Beth 55 Merrifield, Donna 50, 105, 107, 112 Merritt, Mrs. Hazel 28 Merry, Wayne 40, 68, 73, 101 Merryman, Terry 40, 99, 109 Metscher, Don 49 Metscher, Danny 55 Metz, Terry Ray 40 Milam. Miss Laura 26 Milhime, Jerry 55 Miller, Debbie 55, 62, 107, 108 Miller, Gary 40, 64, 122, 136 Miller, Joyce 40, 98, 106, 108, 115, 116 Miller, Larry 55 Miller. Mr. Martin 18 Miller, Richard 40, 56, 58, 64, 115, 116 Miller, Sandy 55, 107 Miller, Shirley 50, 57, 59 Miller, Sue 50, 99 Miller, Tommy 55 Million, Fritz 50 Mills, Barbara 40 Mills, Charlotte 55 Mills, Jim 55, 65 Mitchell, Beverly 55 Mitchell, Dorsie 40, 105, 111 Mitchell, Errol 57, 59 Mitchell, John 50, 56, 58 Mitchell, Leona 40, 60, 61 Mitchell, Nathan 49, 101, 116 Mitchell, Oliver 55 Mittelstet, Kathy 40, 98, 99, 101, 106, 108 Mittelstet, Randy 50 Mitten, Wayne 55 Mitulski, Carolyn 50, 62, 102 Mize, Lisa 55, 107 Moats, Kenneth 50, 60, 65 Mobley. Mrs. Bertha Mae 26 Moncooyea, Vernice 50 Mongold, David 40, 71, 72, 73 Montgomery, Linda 50, 68, 98, 100, 106, 112, 115, 116 Montgomery, Miss Mildred 26 Moon, Mrs. Arlene 28 Moon, Ricky 40, 73, 108, 131, 133, 136 Moon, Ronnie 55 Mooney, Edwin 55 Moore, Craig 55, 65, 108 Moore, Gary 40, 90, 101, 103, 128, 132, 136 Moore, Larri 50, 57, 59, 64, 105 Moore, Merle 55, 57, 59, 134 Moore, Mike 55, 58 Moore, Murl 130 Moore, Sandra 40, 62, 73, 86, 98, 113 Moots, Gay Lynn 50, 60, 98 Morgan, Belinda 55 Morgan, Charles 55 Morgan, Dick 49 Morgan, Joe 49 Morgan, Karen 50 Morgan, Kay 55, 107 Morgan, Larry 40 Morgan, Tommy 55 Morgaridge, Frances 50 Morgaridge, Linda 40, 102 Morris, Dennis 40 Morris, Geraldine 50. 105 Morris, Micki 55, 62 Morris, Zack 40 Morrison, Dennis 40, 77 Morse, Dennis 50 Morse, Dwight 49 Morse, Paula 108, 110 Mosby, Pat 50 Moseley, Judy 40, 99, 102 Mosher, Jim 50, 72 Moulton, Mike 50, 104 Mounts. Mr. Wes 18 Mourer, Larry 32, 40, 82, 99, 100, 115, 119, 121, 133, 136, 193 Moydell, Dave 40 Mullikin, Linda 50, 107 Mullins, Bennie 50, 98, 107, 112, 113 Munger, Margaret 50, 68, 105, 106, 112 Muns, Steve 50, 65 Munsinger, Roger 40, 58, 101, 103, 108 Murphy, Janice 50, 63, 107, 112 Murphy, Judy 40, 62, 67, 73, 116 Murrell, Cortez 51 Murrell, Milton 55 Musser, Jim 50, 68, 72, 100, 101, 115, 125, 136 Musser, Lou. 15. 40. 106, 108 Myers, Marilyn 55, 107 Myers, Mr. Marvin 26, 27 Myers, Mike 40, 121, 122, 133, 136 Myers, Susan 50. 107, 108 Myers, Wayne 55, 64 N Naifeh, Terry 40, 73, 135 Nance, Jim 40, 73, 108, 133 Nault, Carolyn 50, 105 Neathery, Mrs. Herbert 85 Neil, Bob 50 Nelson, Larry 40 New, Judy 4b, 102 Newman, Bonnie 55, 107 Newman, Doyle 40, 77, 100, 115, 128 Newman. Mrs. Edna 26, 109 Newman, Kathy 50 Newman, Linda 55, 62, 107 Newman, Mike 55, 58 Newman, Nancy 55 Newsom, Bobby 32, 40, 77, 93, 100, 101, 115, 116, 128, 133, 136 J 5 4 Newsom, Mr. Dalward J. 20, 26, 116 Newton, Bruce 40, 70, 73, 121, 124, 133, 136 Nichols, Barbara 50, 113 Nichols, Barbara Lynn 55, 62 Nichols, Jim 40, 71, 82, 121, 136 Nichols, Robert 50 Nigh, Mary 50, 98, 101, 107, 112 Niles. Mr. Tommy G. 26, 118, 126, 136 Nordyke, Carol 40, 99 Norman, Janet 50, 98, 101, 107 Norman, Mrs. Jannette 23, 26 Norman, Mack 40 Norman, Mike 41, 66, 68, 91 Norris, Clarence 41, 100 Norris, Dana 55, 62, 107 Nowicki, Steve 41, 114 Nugen, Mary 50 Nusz, Linda 41, 62, 106 Nutt, Eva 41, 70, 71 Nutt, Jimmy 55 Nyce, Kent 41 o Oberlender, Melody 50, 98, 107 O’Dea, Beverly 50 Ogden, Sue 50, 57, 59 Okerlund, Jim 55, 58 Okerlund, Tom 41, 57, 59, 64 Oliver, Alan 50, 115, 125, 128, 136 Oltmanns, Connie 41, 68 O’Neal, Barbara 50, 107 O’Neill, Karen 41, 60 Oneth, Linda 55, 98, 107 Osborne, Chuck 55 Osburn, Linda 50, 102 Osburn, Linda Ann 41, 62, 73 Otjen, LeMoine 55, 62, 66, 107, 116 Outhier, Steve 55, 130, 133 Overfelt, Barbara 41, 99 Overfelt, Dottie 55 Overton, Bruce 55 Owens, Janie 31, 41, 70, 71, 81, 93, 99, 100, 101, 106, 115 P Pack, Trudy 55, 62 Page, Mr. Jesse 26, 118. 122, 136 Page, Lynn 50, 61, 66, 71, 107, 116 Paine, Allie 41, 71, 128, 130, 133 Paine. Mr. Allie 18, 156 Paine, Gerald 55, 116, 130 Painter, Penny 41, 68, 94, 112, 113 Paris, Linda 50, 57, 59 Paris, Nicki 55, 62, 107 Parish, George 50 Parker, Karen 41, 62, 99 Parker, Sue 55, 107 Parrish, Trey 134 Parson, Dianna 50, 108 Parsons, Delbert 41 Parsons, Mac 50, 115 Pasby, Kerry 55, 65, 98 Patrick, Sharon 50 Pattinson, Phil 50 Patton, Dan 55, 58 Payne, Charles 50, 72, 73 Pearce, Jo Ann 55, 62, 68, 100, 107, 115 Pearson, Kathy 55, 73, 107, 116 Pearson, Mary 41, 73, 109 Pearson, Patty 50, 107, 108 Pearson, Peggy 41, 58, 103, 110 Peckham. Mrs. Peggy 15, 26 Pekrul, Ann 50, 60, 100, 101, 107, 108, 113, 115 Pekrul, Lee 41, 134, 135 Pendleton, Gary 41, 103, 110 Peninger, Connie 41, 104 Pershing, Clayton 41 Peters, Edward 55 Peters, Gwynn 50 Peterson, David 41, 99 Petticrew, Jarol 41, 113 Phares, Cecilia 41, 71, 99, 106 Phelps, Sharon 41, 106 Phillips, Cecilia Ann 41, 109 Phillips, Donna 50, 98, 101, 107, 116 Phillips, Jim 50 Phillips, Melissa 55 Phillips, Stan 55 Pierce, Cheryl 50, 56, 58, 101, 116 Pierce, Mary Elizabeth 41, 58, 69, 70, 71, 78, 96, 98, 101 Pilgrim, Jack 41, 109, 111 Pilgrim, Jimmie 56, 111, 134 Pinski, Joe 50 Pinson, Glenn 41, 57, 59, 104 Pinson, Karen 41, 58, 64 Pitts, David 50, 116 Pitts, Leann 55 Pitts, VeEsta 55 Plunkett, Ronnie 50, 115, 133, 136 Poindexter, Allen 50, 72, 73 Poindexter, Mrs. Delyte 26, 68, 116 Poindexter, Katy 50 Pope, Donnie 41 Pope, Margaret Ann 55, 62, 107 Porter, Bob 55, 56 Porter, Nettie 50 Porter, Robert 50, 58 Porter, Willie 55, 65 Posey, Dennis 41 Posey, Ronald 55 Potter, Diana 102, 105 Potter, Janice 50 Potter, Tom 41 Powell, Cheryl 50, 102 Powers. Miss Hazel 26 Prall, Monte 55 Pratt, Brian 57, 59, 64 Pratt, Heidi 41, 70, 71, 99, 106 Pratt, Irene 50 Pray, Elizabeth 41, 62, 99, 101, 108 Prentice, Barbara 29, 50, 60, 66, 68, 91, 107 Presnail, Nancy 98, 107, 108, 116 Price, Bill 50, 135 Price, Kim 50 Priebe. Mrs. Maurine 27 Pritchett, Mrs. Ada 28 Pritchett, Adra 50, 57, 59 Pritchett, Bob 41, 57, 59 Pritchett, Jim 50, 131 Pritchett, Joe 55 Pritchett, Toby 55, 57, 59 Puckett, Billye 50 Pulver, Bennie 50, 61, 65 Punneo, Lanell 50 Purdue, Janice 41, 99 Purmont, Linda 41, 109 Pvle. Mr. Robert 27 Q Qualls, Gary 50 Quinton, Larry 41, 99 R Ragan, Nancy 55, 57, 59, 64, 108 Raikes, Mr. Fred 28, 158 Rains, Evelyn 41, 99, 109 Ramirez, Rita 50, 71, 98, 99 Ramsey, Faye 41, 104 Randall, Tim 55 Randolph, Ellis 50, 135 Raney, Beverly 41, 73, 105 Ratzlaff, Susan 55, 62, 98, 107 Raymond, Dolores 50 Reagan, Lillian 50 Reardon, Barbara 55 Rector, Marilyn 55, 100, 107, 112, 113, 115, 116 Rector, Roslyn 41, 70, 71, 78, 100, 106, 115, 116 Reece, Vicki 55, 62, 107 Reed, LaDonna 55 Regier, Evelyn 50, 62, 101, 107 Regier, Kathy 41, 101, 102, 103, 106, 108 Regier, Paul 55, 64 Reich, Jerolyn 41, 99 Reim, Daniel 55 Rembert, Harvey 41, 109 Reschke, Ann 55 Reschke, Bob 41, 61, 65 Reyes, Sandy 55, 107 Reynolds, Jim 50 Rhodes, Scotty 55 Rich, Dwight 50, 114 Richard, Carolyn 55, 62, 100, 113, 115 Richard, Gary 42, 71, 73, 115 Richardson, Fred 42, 60, 65, 103 Richardson, Jim 55, 65 Richardson, Pat 42, 62, 102 Richardson, Pat A. 50, 102, 113 Richardson, Vivian 55 Richey, Barbara 50, 102 Richey, J. Lewis 55 Ridgway, Monte 55, 136 Riesen, Lamita 50, 72, 73, 98 Rikli, Charles 42, 57, 59, 101, 116, 135 Rikli, Christine 55, 107 Rikli, Fred 50 Riley, Darrell 50, 114, 130 Riley, Duane 57, 59 Riley, Hugh 42 Roach, Donna 42, 96, 99, 106, 109 Roberson, Bonnie 55 Roberson, Cindy 50, 61, 98, 107, 116 Roberts, Bob 50 Roberts, Cherri 55 Roberts, Millie 42, 68, 70, 71, 96, 103, 106, 112, 113 Robinson, Billy 55 Robinson, Robby 50, 105 Robinson, Steve 42, 99. 114 Robison, Bruce 42, 57, 59, 99, 133, 134 Robison, Pam 55 Robison, Sharon 50, 102 Robson. Mr. Allen 19 Rockwell, Dorothea 50, 98 Rodriquez, Gloria 107, 113 Rodriquez, Rudy 42, 109 Rogers, Linda 42. 62, 63, 71, 106 Rogers, Marcia 50 Rohla. Mrs. Betty 21. 27 Rollins, David 50 Routine, Gary 55 Ronck, Susan 50, 101, 107 Root, Eddy 55 Rose, Sandra 50, 61 Ross, Suzanne 42, 58 Rowe, Carolyn 55, 64 Rowland, LeRoy 42, 57, 59 Royer, Kay 50, 98, 99, 107, 115, 116 Ruane, Patty 55, 62, 107 Rudiger, Chris 55 Rudiger, Cindy 50, 99, 107, 116 Rummel, Kathleen 55, 62, 107 Ruppenthal, Lawres 42 Russell, Frances 42, 61, 89, 96, 106 Russell, Judy 55, 98 Russell, Mary 55, 62, 68, 107 Russell, Shari 50, 61, 89, 107 Ruzek, Tary 50, 60, 89, 100, 115, 116 Ryan, Richard 42 Ryel, Tommy 55 Rylander, Kip 42, 115, 135 Rylant, Pat 42, 99, 102, 106, 111 S Sain, Debbie 55, 62, 107 Salladay, Danny 50 Salladay, Davey 50 Sanders, Miss Evelyn 27. 116 Sargent, Major 42, 60, 65, 103 Sawyer, Dennis 50 Sawyer, Gary 50, 101 Sawyer. Janet 50 Scaling, Richard 42, 73, 100, 115, 116, 120, 121, 133 Scarberry, Wayne 55, 130 Schaffer, Jenny 42, 102, 103, 106 Schafnitt, Kathie 42, 98, 109 Schafnitt, Mike 55 Schibi, Mary 51, 101 Schmitz, Jeanne 55, 62, 107 Schneider, Mrs Mildred 28 Schooley, Winnie 55 Schoonover, Jim 47, 50, 60, 65, 100, 115, 116, 131 Schroeder, Carl 42, 103, 115 Schroeder, Connie 55, 107 Schroeder, Melvin 42, 56, 58, 101, 103 Schultz, Emmitt 51 Schultz, Greg 51, 115, 135, 136 Schultz, Janice 42, 106 Scoggin, David 51, 58 Scott, Diana 51 Scott, Mrs. Florence 23, 27, 108 Scott, Juanita 51 Scott, Miss Ruth 27, 70, 71 Scott, Sandra 55, 62, 107 Scriven, Mavis 51, 109 Seal, Donna 55 Sears, Mrs. Nelda 28 Sebourn, Karen 42, 105, 106 Seebo, Darla 51, 115, 116 Seebo, Thomas Christian III 42, 70, 71, 103 Seegers, Carolyn 55 Seelen, Dave 51 Seelen, Mike 51, 104 Seem. Mr. Herbert 27, 114 Segars, Sharon 55, 107 Seibel, Mrs. Nellie 28 Seidl, Brenda 42, 116 Selby, Mr. Bruce 14, 16 Seltenreich, Candice 55, 62, 107, 108 Seltenreich, Sharon 42, 62, 99, 106 Semrad, Connie 42, 58, 71, 78, 96, 99 Semrad, Robert 51 Semrad, Wilma 55 Seymour, Terry 42 Shafford, Peggy 51 , 60 Sharp, Dan 55 Sharp, Larry 42, 83, 109 Sharp, Linda 42, 106 Shaughnessy, Jill 55, 107 Shaughnessy, Joe 42 Shaw, Steve 55 Shaw, Terry 55 Shawley, Marilyn 55, 62, 98, 107 Shearon, Carol 51, 105 Sheets, Bill 42 Sheets, Gregg 51, 105 Sheets, Mark 101 Sheets, Steve 55, 72, 73, 116 Shellenbarger, Karen 42, 70, 71, 106 Shelton, Sheila 55 Shepherd, Connie 55, 107 Shepherd, Denise 55 Shirts, Larry 51, 57, 59, 73, 91, 101, 115, 116 Shockley, Eddie 50, 135 Shortnacy, Florence 42 Shupe, Claudette 55 Shreve, Linda 51, 68, 72, 73 Shryock, Sara 51, 98, 107, 108, 113, 115 Shuler, Mike 55 Shupack, Diane 55, 98, 107, 113 Sides, George 50 Siegmann, Janet 55, 98 Silberberger, Vicki 42, 70, 71, 105 Simard, Ronald 55 Simmons, Harry 55, 65 Simmons, Mr. Jerry 27, 28, 109 Simmons, Karin 51, 61 Simmons, Sharon 51, 61 Simon, Helen 51, 64 Simon, Loretta 51, 62 Simpson, Barbara 51 Simpson, Carolyn 42. 109 Simpson, Ricky 55, 116 Sims, Gary 29, 42, 104 Sims, Janice 43. 98, 103, 115 Sims, Roberta 55 Sisk, John 51 Sisson, Iris 55 Skaggs, Leonard 43 Skinner, Joe 43, 114 Skipper, Frances 43, 62, 70, 102 Slaton, Sandra 43, 71, 98 Slaton, Vernon 55 Sloup, Mrs. Mary 28 Sloup, Sharyl 51, 61, 100, 101, 107 Smart, Jake 14 Smedley, Janice 55 55 Smeltzer. Mr. Jim 27, 29 Smith, Bruce 56 Smith, Bruce B. 56 Smith, Carol 56 Smith, Cecil 43, 71, 100, 101, 108, 110, 115 Smith, Dean 55 Smith, Dennis 51, 125, 133, 136 Smith, Floyd 56 Smith, Freddie 43, 114 Smith, Frienda 56, 62 Smith, Gerald 43, 99, 101, 103, 111 Smith, Gloria 56 Smith, Jessie 51, 102 Smith, joe 56. 109 Smith, John 43, 61, 65 Smith, Kenny 56 Smith, Linda 43. 62, 98, 99, 106, 115 Smith, Marsha 43, 99, 101 Smith, Merlin 51 Smith, Pamela 43 Smith, Ray 43 Smith, Regina 51, 107 Smith, Ronald 56 Smith, Shari 51, 60, 89, 99, 101 Smith, Susie 43, 66, 68, 69, 70, 71 Smith, Thomas 43, 99 Smith. Mrs. Tillie 24 Smith, Tom 50, 125, 133 Smith, Verdeena 43, 60, 99 Snell, Judy 51, 62, 98, 101 Snow, Harold 56, 64, 133 Snyder, Billie 56, 62, 107 Snyder, Jane 56, 100, 107, 115 Snyder, Larry 51 Solorio, Steven 51 Sorey, Kathy 56, 108 Sparkman, Danny 43, 131 Sparkman, Joseph 91 Sparkman, Mike 56, 133 Sparks, Larue 56 Sparks, Sandy 56, 62, 107 Specie, Carolyn 32, 43, 70, 71, 80, 86, 95, 99, 103, 106, 108, 110, 115, 116 Specie, jo Ann 52, 56, 98, 107 Spellman, Mrs. Nellie 28 Spencer, Cecil 50 Spickelmier, Mrs. Lucyle 27 Splane, Linda 56, 107 Spoonemore, Dwight 43, 104 Spurgeon, Melva 56 Spurlin, Alan 56 Stair, Chuck 56 Staley, Charlotte 43, 106 Staley, Larry 51, 101 Stanley, Linda 51 Stanley, Ronna 51 Starnes, Elena 43 Stehr, Don 51 Steiger, Debbie 56, 62, 107, 113 Stengle, Jim 51, 57, 59, 115 Stephan, Ronnie 52, 56, 100, 115, 123, 130 Stephens, Larry 43 Stephenson, Gary 51, 61, 65 Stephenson, Judy 56, 62, 107 Stetnish, Nancy 43, 62, 99, 106, 112 Stevens, Joe 104 Stevens, Lynn 43 Stevenson, Jerry 43, 56, 58 Stevenson, Jo Ann 56 Stevenson, Vicki 56, 58, 111 Stewart, Jim 51 Stiles, David 43, 100, 116 Stoll, Esther 56, 98, 107 Stoll, John 43, 114 Stone, Betty 43, 102 Stone, Doris 51 Stone, Jack 43, 104 Stoner, Mrs. Autumn 23, 28, 110 Storm. Bruce 29, 56 Story, Clifford 43 Stout, Carol 44, 102, 104, 111 Strain, Cathy 56 Strain, Donna 44 Straw, Gilmer 44 Streck, Dan 51 Streck, Larry 51, 101 Strieker, Geanette 42 Strickler, Susie 32, 44, 93, 100, 106„ 115 Stricklin, Norma 56 Stringer, Cheryl 44. 102. 109 Stuart, Cindy 56, 62, 107 Stull, Nancy, 44, 99 Sturgeon, Linda 56, 62 Sturgis, Vicki 51, 101, 107 Stutchman, Horace 56, 57. 59 Stutchman, Maurice 56, 58 Suiter, Barbara 51 Suiter, Mike 56 Sullivan. Mr. Tommy 19 Suttles, Stephen 51 Sutton, Karen 51 Swan, June 44, 99, 102 Swanegan, Sheila 99 Swanson, Rusty 44, 64, 68, 72 Swartwood, Jimmy 44, 104 Sweatt, Steven 44 Sweeney, Sarah 56, 62 Sweet, Gary 51 Sweetwood, Connie 56. 107 Sweetwood, Jim 44, 60, 65, 67, 98, 116, 132 Swiggart, Linda 54 Swiggart, Nancy 44, 99, 111 Swinnea, Bill 44, 57, 59, 116 Swinton, Charles 51, 114, 115 Szczepaniak, Marion 44 Szczepaniak, Richard 51 T Tabeling, Eddie 56, 135 Taber, Marilyn 56, 107, 116 Tagge, Carol 51, 100, 101, 108, 112, 115 Tab, Francis 56 Tate, Sandi 51, 108 Taylor, Bobby 56 Taylor, Eugene 51 Taylor, Gloria 56, 116 Taylor, Ken 44, 60, 65, 103, 108, 110, 114, 115 Taylor, Richard 51, 57, 61, 65, 116, 125, 136 Teague, Jim 51, 57, 59 Teater, Chuck 51 Teitzel, Georgann 51, 62, 107, 108 Templeton, Richard 51, 101, 135 Terrel, Denny 44 Terrill, Becky 51, 61, 98, 107, 108, 112 Terrill, Larry 44, 58, 73, 105 Thain, Judy 44 Tharp, Kathy 51 Thieme, Mr. Don 27, 28 Thom. Mrs. Carol 28 Thomas, Bertha 56 Thomas, Don 51, 61, 65 Thomas, John 44, 57, 59 Thomas, Leah 44, 57, 59, 64, 109 Thomas, Marsha 51, 56, 58, 98 Thompson, George 51, 111, 131 Thompson, Jerry Don 56, 130 Thompson, Mike 44 Thompson, Phyllis 56, 98 Thompson, Sonja 51, 62, 107 Thompson, Sue 56 Thompson, Theda 56 Thorpe, Mr. John 14, 18 Thorpe, Mrs. John 12 Thorpe, Sally 51, 60, 107 Thrower, Larry 44, 99 Thrower, Linda 44, 102, 111 Thrower, Sherry 51, 99 Tidmore, James 51 Tillis, Cassandra 44, 62, 102, 113, 117 Tindall, Denice 44, 102 Tinsley, Janice 56, 62 Todd, Wayne 56 Toews, Francis 56 Toliver, Joe 114 Tommey, Linda 51, 105 Travelstead, Garry 56 Tresner, John 44, 57, 59, 64, 73, 110 Trimble, Jonny 51, 60, 65 Trimble, Susanne 44, 62, 98, 99, 106, 108 Trobaugh, John 51, 111, 131, 135 True, Cheryl 44 Truman, Robert 56, 116 Tucker, Rick 44 Tunis, Cathy 56 Turner, Betty 56 Turner, Billy 44, 103, 115, 135 Turner, Dale 56, 57, 59 Turner, Dennis 56, 58 Turner, Roberta 51, 60, 105 u Umble, John 57, 59 Underwood, Billy Dale 56, 65 Underwood, David 51 Underwood, Nancy 45, 68, 99, 101, 106, 110 Unruh, James B. 56 Unruh, Kay 51 Unruh. Mrs. Virginia 28. 102 Upp, Judy 52, 56, 62, 98, 107, 113, 115, 118 Utsler, Hal 45 V Vail, Donald 56 VanBuskirk, Russell 56 Vance, Karen 51, 58 Vance, Larry 45, 58 VanHauen, Judy 56 VanKrevelen, Scott 51, 119, 125, 132, 136 VanMeter, Barbara 51, 107, 108 VanMeter, Philip 51 VanSickle, Sherry 56, 62, 107 VanWelden, Rick 56, 65 Vater, John 45, 66, 71, 73, 99, 110, 116, 134, 136 Vaughan, Larry 45 Vaughan, Linda 56 Vculek, Debbie 51 Vculek, Miss Marjorie 28 Veach, Robert 56 Veazey, Lester 51 Venable, Ronnie 47, 51, 100, 101, 115, 130, 132 Vickers, Janyce 56, 98, 105 Vincent, Victor 51, 109 Voss, Bill 45 w Waack, Matt 56, 114, 130 Wacker, Sharon 51, 62, 105, 116 Waddell, Rocky 51, 135 Wagner, Diane 56, 58 Wagner, Gary 56 Wahl, Loretta 45 Waibel, Sandra 56 Waken, Charles 51, 101 Waken, Pat 56, 107 Waldroupe, Larry 51 Waldroupe. Rick 51 Walgram, Karen 51, 107 Walker, Connie 56, 107 Walker, Jean 51, 107, 110 Walker, Jerry 45. 99, 103, 106, 108, 109 Walker, Joyce 56, 98 Walker, Judy 56, 107 Walker, Larry 51 Walker, Linda 56, 107 Walker, Mary Louise 45, 54, 59, 82 Walker, Russell 29, 45, 104 Walker, Mrs. Wilda 23. 28 Waller, Mr. DeWitt 14. 16, 17 Waller, Mrs. DeWitt 12 Wallace, Debbie 51, 107 Walter, Nancy 51 Walters, Mitchel 56, 65 Walters, Peggy Sue 56, 62, 107 Wanzer, Chris 56 Ward, Bobby 51 Warner, James 56 Warren, Charlene 56 Warren, Mis. Ethyle 28 Watts, Dick 51 Wear, Barbara 45 Wear, Ronald 56, 58 Webb, Mr. Jack D. 14, 16, 17, 20, 156, 158 Webb, Rita 51, 62, 91, 98, 116 Webber, Clarence 56 Webber, George 51 Weber, Charolette 45, 62, 102, 106 Weber, Danny 51 Weber, Margaret 56, 62, 107 Wedel, Roger 56 Weese, Carol 56 Weidner, Earnest 56 Weiss, Carolyn 45, 99, 102 Weiss, Scott 45 Welker, Wanda 56, 62, 107 Wellman, Don 56 Wellman, Neil 51, 115 Wells, Karen 56, 62, 107 Wells, Mary Helen 56, 62, 107 Wells, Steve 51 West, Bill 43, 91 West, Dale 56 West, Danny 43, 71 West, Kim 51 West, Shelia 62 West, Wanda 45, 102 Westfall, Charmaine 56, 83, 107, 113, 115 Weyerts, Mrs. Doris 28 Weyerts, James 51, 132 Wheeler, Don 51 Wheeler, Eddie 56 Wheeler, Judy 45, 98, 99, 100. 106, 115 Wheeler, Larry 51, 60, 65, 135 Wheeler. Mrs. Minnie Lou 28 Wheeler. Sherry 56, 62, 79, 107, 108 White, Carley 51 White, David 56 White, Larry 43 White, Mr. Leonard 19 White, Mickey 56 White, Sherry 45 Whitehorn, Johnny 45 Whitenight, Harry 56 Whitson, Claudine 56 Wichert, Jerry 45, 99, 104 Wiegratz, Carolyn 56 Wiederkehr, Sally 45, 62 Wilburn, Margie 56 Wilcox, Sally 51, 98, 107, 116 Wilhite. Carleen 51 Wille, Charles 51, 57, 59 Willems, Randy 56 Willhoite, Dana 45, 70, 71, 80, 101, 106, 108, 116 Willhoite, Doug 56, 100, 130 Williams, Charles 56 Williams, Clark 45, 68. 103, 110, 116 Williams, Deryle 51, 105 Williams, Kathy 45, 62, 71, 91, 106, 116 Williams, Larry 56, 58 Williams, Leslie 56, 65, 123. 130, 133 Williams, Ruth Ann 45, 99 Williams, Susan 56, 107 Williams, Ted 45, 109 Williamson, Len 45 Willis, Brade 51 Willis, Charlene 45 Willis, Shannon 56, 62 Willits, Denise 56, 62, 107, 112 Willits, Venus 51, 102 Wilson, Briant 56, 65 Wilson, Dennis 51, 61, 65, 68, 100, 115, 125, 132 Wilson, Don 51 Wilson, Joyce 45, 62, 98, 106 Wilson, Nancy 56, 58, 64, 98 Wilson, Patricia 56 Wilson, Richard 56, 57, 59 Wilson, Robert 45 Wilson, Toni 45, 104 Winbolt, Dennis 56, 131, 133, 136 Windier, Terry 62, 107 Winfield, Carol 51, 105 Winfield, Dennis 56 Winfield, Mr. Floyd 28, 118, 136 Winkler, Gary 45, 60, 65, 71, 99 Winslow, Dale 45, 134, 136 Winters, Gayle 45 Wisehart, John 45, 103, 131 Witt, James 56 Witty, Gary 56, 58 Woffard, Richard 56 Womack, Jan 45, 62, 71, 99, 106, 108 Woo, Hing 51 Wood, Bennie 56 Wood, Bud 56. 130 Wood, David 56 Wood, Sheravonne 45 Woodruff, Doris 43, 99, 113 Woods, Susan 51, 68, 101, 107, 112 Woodson, Brenda 45, 100, 106, 113, 115 Worley. Mr. Tom 28, 116 Wright, Betty 51. 98, 113, 115 Wright, Carol 45, 99, 113 Wright, Gloria 51, 61 Wright, Jack 56 Wright, Mr. J. C. 82 Wright, Mrs. J. C. 82 Wright. Jim 45, 71, 103, 108 Wright. Mike 51, 115, 128, 132 Wright, Mike E. 56 Wright, Ray 56 Wright, Sharon 45 Wright, Sherry 56, 62, 107 Wright, Terry 56 Wykoff, Georgia 45, 101, 103, 106, 108, 113 Wykoff, Roberta 56, 107, 113 Y Yaryan, Leslie 45, 72, 73, 98, 106, 115, 116 Yehle, Steve 45, 58, 72, 73, 98, 105 Young, Doyle 51 Young. Miss Eva 28 Young, Randy 56 Young, Terry 56, 65 Young, Terry Lee 56, 116 z Zahl, Kathy 56, 62, 68, 100, 107, 115 Zaloudek, Monte 56, 65 Zaloudek, Tina 45, 63. 105, 112 Zedaker, Bill 51, 57, 59, 136 Zion, Larry 56, 111 ACKNOWLEDGMENTS • • • The Quill editors are deeply grateful to Miss Ruth Scott, Quill sponsor, whose patience, undaunted leadership, and hard work fur¬ thered this Quill’s completion. This is her last year as sponsor after twenty-seven years of successful annuals, and we wish to express on behalf of the previous staffs our sincerest thanks to a great sponsor and a wonderful individual. We would also like to thank the faculty for their help, guidance, and support; the student body for their interest; and the staff for their dedicated efforts. Mrs. Lee Ida Boyle, who after twenty-one years of faithful service, is retiring. The school expresses its deepest appreciation to her for teaching typing and general business through the years. We shall always remember her for her patience and kindness. The Quill staff 57 Retirement marks service for four Seeing that the entire nervous system of EHS ran smoothly, was the job of Mr. Fred Raikes, head custodian, for fourteen years. Mr. Raikes joined the staff in 1952, immediately gaining deep respect and admiration of all that he served. His pleas¬ ant, human qualities added to his knowledge of all things mechanical and electrical, won’t be replaced. Spanish history and the beauty of the Spanish language was brought into vivid, realistic color by Mrs. Lena Mae Crawford. Prior to her resignation, Mrs. Crawford served on the staff at Emerson Junior High and Enid High School for ten years. She dedicated her career to the education of young people. Like a piece of clay, many young artists were formed and molded under the careful, kind guidance of Miss Katherine Bales. Miss Bales was art instructor and art supervisor of the Enid Public School System for 33 years. During these years, great artists were developed. Like the precision work of her students, Miss Bales made her students her greatest work of art. Students w : ent from boys to men—but none without the capable assistance of Mr. Myrl Kirk. Mr. Kirk reigned over the woodwork shop in Enid High for 35 of his 43 years of teaching. 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