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OUR ECHO is a recording of this year's
Work and play at Fox High School.
We hope our recording is one of our"top
This jukebox of memories will bring
back pleasant thoughts of our district
football championship, 6-B conference
basketball and track championships, Fox
Flash and FFA honors, and the many
trophies earned by the music department.
You will be reminded of many good times
with teachers and friends.
The annual staff is pleased to present
this 1955 Our Echo to you as a token for
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GRADE BUILDING. The snow
glistens to bring out the splendor of
this brick structure which was
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high students are accommodated in
this rock structure which was ndded
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ROLLING ALONG. The eleven busses of Fox
Sm-hool luring many students to school each day.
The eleven busses, which are so important in
getting the students to and from school each
day, have a seating capacity of forty-eight to
sixty-six people. The busses cost from 34,500
to 355,500 each.
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Go - Workers are ssentia!
Ml'X'HANIf'S AT WORK. Newman Walker and
Boots Taylor check the motor in one of the busses.
HARD WORK ERS. Tom Hoggrard and Erwin
Walker, custodians, find time to rest between jobs.
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YOUNG CHAUFFEURS. Bus drivers, Jimmy Martin, Joe Moody, James Hall, Herman Wright, Ralph Williams,
Bryan Davis, Clinton Webb, and Fred Paul, hand their daily reports to Mr. Buck.
A new dishwasher and French frier were eat there daily. It is a big job to peel the 175
purchased for the school cafeteria this year. -
They make cooking easier for the five cooks pounds of potatoes It takes for one 'day' ITOX
who prepare food for the 485 students who Students COHSUITIC 90 83110113 Of Ulllk dally-
CHEFS SUPREME. Pink McCartney, Hattie Wiley, Mrs. H. A. Gaddis, Mrs. A. E, Garrison, and
Mrs. T. J. Hendricks gather around the new dishwasher, as they wash dishes for the many who eat
their good cooking.
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'I'owle's help Miss Betty Brown clean the win- Woodworkers. Sam Vernon, Leo Trezldway. Richard Reid,
flmw IU the lll1I'Hl'Y- und Derryl Selby use the different equipment in the shop
Vleunine' l'p. The boys home economies class with their
sponsor, Illrs. .lurk llenson, shine up the trophies.
Ilony Subject. Mr. Ogden points out pans of
the skull to Shirley Baker, Gary Reynolds, and
Busy. Newman Wzillier grivesliryun Davis, Office Foree. Anne Stalleup, Margie liaison, Sue llollingsworth,
Ilermun Wrigrlit, and Joe Moody pointers on Patsy Willis, Judith Garrett. and Jeanne llarris discuss working:
welding. in the office.
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S'l'.Hl'I'lNG THE DAY. Putting in-
structions in l1'ilC'l'l0l'S' boxes is the
high school principal, M. S. Rzxvun.
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School Bourcl Convention on Feln'uzu'y 233-26, at St.
The five members ofthe lmourml of education and the
zulministrntion keep things running smoothly for the
seven hunclrerl fifty students of Fox school. Parents are
invited to visit school at any time.
TIME FOR A BREAK. A liai'dwo1'king member
ofthe hoard of' education is Hayes li. Ward.
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school gwim-ipal, checks the clock in his office A qv'
SHOW 'l'lfNll'l. Uthu Mcfllzisson, clevkg Austin
liverett, president: and W. N. Towles, vice-p1'es-
islentg inspect some of the new audio-visual
SMILING. Jess Phi u is niemlmer, examines the
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VITAL S'l'A'l'IS'l'ICS. Records for all students en
rolling' were typed by Mrs. Mary Henson and Mrs.
llorruee .lo VV:1tson.
SCHOOL DAYS. Stacks of books disappeared as
Miss Ruth Norvill checked them out to students on
GE'l"I'ING OLD. Dr. C. R. Trammell explains that
poor eyesight causes many reading: failures, as he
demonstrates the telebinoeular to Fox teachers.
Mrs. Thelma Garrett, Miss Lora Maynard, and
Mrs, Patricia Hamil.
Fox teachers have 100 per cent member-
ship in the Oklahoma Education Association.
Each teacher has special duties in addi-
tion to class and activity sponsorship which
include gate duty at ball games, hall duties,
and committee membership.
Open house was held to observe NEA
week November 7-13.
Fox school is both well staffed and Well
equipped. Each FHS student is offered an
equal opportunity to prepare himself for the
ALEXANDER, MISS MAMON. Union University,
Jackson, Tennessee, B.S .... enjoys reading and sew-
ing . . . OEA member . . . teaches third grade . . .
second ycar at Fox.
ASIIMORE, EDWIN. Southeastern State College.
B.A., Colorado State College of Education, M.A ....
member of OICA and Red Red Rose . . . enjoys fishing
. . . teaches band and chorus . . . sponsors Music club
and senior class . . , seven years at Fox.
RADLEY, M RS. MABEL. East Central State College.
ILA .... OEA member . . , enjoys cooking: . . . first
grade teacher . . . eleven years at Fox,
BROWN, MISS DE'l'TY, Attended Mu1'ray State Col-
lege . . . Southeastern State College, B.S, . . . teaches
ninth and tenth grade English . . . sponsors highschool
library and 4-H . . . enjoys basketball . . . member of
OEA . . , S hours on ll1Z1StC1'lS degree . . . one year
acuity tmrovtcfes ofeacferslujo
BUCK, CARL. Southeastern State College, B.S.,
Oklahoma AKLM, M.A .... Superintendent of Fox
schools since 1948 . . . at Fox twenty-three years
. , . member of OEA, NEA, AASA, and Red Red Rose
. . , hobbies are hunting and fishing. Oklahoma and
Central United States delegate on transportation to
the regional convention of the American Association
of School Administrators in St. Louis, Missouri.
BURAL, MRS. CAROLYN. Southeastern State Col-
lege, B.A .... member of OEA . . . likes to play
basketball . . . has taught junior high English and
spelling three years at Fox . . , sponsors 4-H and
CANNON, MRS. ROMINE. Southeastern State Col-
lege, B.S .... member of OEA . . . eight years at Fox
. . . enjoys cooking . . . teaches sixth grade , . . spon-
sors grade 4-H.
COHEA, MISS ROBERTA. Harding' College, Ark-
ansas, B.S .... enjoys cooking . . . teaches third grade
. . . third year at Fox , . . member of OEA and BSLPW.
FOX, MRS. OLA. East Central State College and
Southeastern State College, B.S. hobbies include cook-
ing, housekeeping, and house painting . . . twelve
years at Fox . . . teaches fourth grade . . . member of
GARRETT, MRS. Tl-IELMA. Attended Central State
College and Southwestern State College , . . South-
eastern State College, B.S. enjoys sewing . . . fifth
grade teacher . . . OEA member . . . eleven years at
GRIMES, MRS. KATHRYN. Southeastern State Col-
lege, B.S .... O E A member . . . likes to read . . .
has taught first grade at Fox four years.
GRIMES, BILLY RAY. Southeastern State College,
B.A .... member of OEA . . . enjoys fishing . . . six-
teen hours on master's degree . , . teaches math . . .
sponsors' Math club and junior class . . . four years
COACH OF CHAMPS. Fox Quarterback club
fctcd Coach Skelton and his district championship
team with a football banquet. Mrs. Skelton eyes the
food, while quarterback Johnny Fisher seems to have
TIME OUT. Orientation week wasn't all work for teach-
ers, Ogden, Watson, lVICCl'CZll'y, Trammell, Monroe
REU TAPE. "At last wa-'re through!" Sighs of relief
came on enrollment day when Mrs. Carolyn Bural,
Miss Lovell Scifrcs, and Miss Betty Brown found
everything' o.k. and dismissed enrollees to check out
Good citizenship and character development
along with a growth of knowledge are the
prime objectives of the Fox teachers.
Faculty members reported for duty Aug-
ust 16. They attended a reading conference
directed by Dr. C. R. Trammell of Southeast-
ern State College. Some of the audio-visual
machines demonstrated were the telebinocu-
lar, tachistoscope, Keystone reading pacer.
and the SVE automatic changer.
L. G. Skelton, coach and audio-visual di-
rector, held an audio-visual workshop. Teach-
ers learned to operate the three new reading
machines purchased by the school and the
16mm filmstrip projectors.
Other professional meetings attended by
the Fox faculty were the state teachers' meet-
ing at Oklahoma City in October, the County
teachers' meeting at Ardmore in November,
and the district teachers' meeting at Durant
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McCreary Maynard Monroe Monroe
N orvill Ogden Ravan Rubottom
HAMIL, MRS. PATRICIA. Central State College,
B.A ,... University of Oklahoma, M.Ed .... teaches
elementary and highschool art . . . one year at Fox
. . . Member of OEA.
HENSON, MRS. MARY. Attended Southeastern
State College and Oklahoma A8zM, B.S .... enjoys
sewing . . . member of OEA, NEA, OVA, and AVA
, . teaches boys' and junior high home economics
. . . sponsors Sub-Deb club, FHA, and Pep club . . .
two years at Fox . . . Fox Highschool graduate.
KIRKPATRICK, RAYMOND. Southeastern State
College, Oklahoma A8zM, B.S .... member of OEA,
OVA and AVA . . , teaches vocational agriculture
. . . sponsors FFA, Agriculture club and junior class
. . . two years at Fox . . . Fox Highschool graduate.
LeBEAU, MRS. MARIE. East Central State College
and Southeastern State College, B.A .... enjoys
cooking , . . teaches second grade . . . thirteen years
at Fox . . . Fox Highschool graduate.
McCREARY, RUSSELL. Southeastern State College,
B.S .... enjoys hunting, fishing, and athletics . . .
sponsors Junior High Athletic club and seventh grade
. . . teaches seventh grade science and American his-
tory . . . junior high football and basketball coach
. . . assistant highschool football and basketba-ll coach
. . . second year at Fox.
MAYNARD, MISS LORA. Southeastern State Col-
lege, B.S .... likes to design clothes . . . member of
OEA and NEA . . . sponsors Foreign Neighbors club
and seventh grade . . . teaches history and geography
. . . eight years at Fox.
MONROE, MRS. DELENA. Southeastern State Col-
lege, B.S .... enjoys cooking. . .four hours on master's
degree . . . teaches second grade . . . fourth year at
MONROE, MERLE. Southeastern State College, B.S.
. . . Oklahoma University, M.Ed .... enjoys teach-
ing school . . . sponsors fifth grade . . . four years
NORVILL, MISS RUTH. East Central State College,
B.S, . . . enjoys reading and sports . . . member of
OEA . . . teaches highschool English . . . sponsors
Dramatic club, Fox Flash and freshman class . . .
seven years at Fox.
OGDEN, JAMES. Southeastern State College, B.S.
. . . enjoys hunting . . , member of OEA . . . teaches
chemistry, biology, general science, and eighth grade
science . . . sponsors Science club and freshman class
. . . seven years at Fox . . . four hours on master's de-
gree . . . member of Red Red Rose . . , Fox Highschool
RAVAN, M. S. Oklahoma A8zM, M.S., Southeastern
State College, B.A .... enjoys teaching school . . .
member of OEA, NEA, and Secondary School Princi-
pals . . . High School Principal . . sponsors Student
Council and Physical Education club . , . nine years
RUBOTTOM, MRS. LORRAINE. Oklahoma College
for Women, B.M.Ed. and diploma in piano . . . enjoys
cooking . . . member of Sigma Alpha Iota . . . teaches
piano , . . four years at Fox.
SCIFRES, MISS LOVELL. Murray State College . . .
Oklahoma A8zM, B.S. . . . member of OEA, AVA,
OVA, and NEA . . . enjoys reading and basketball
. . . sponsors Sub-Dch club and FHA . . . teaches
vocational home economics in highschool . ..fll'Sf
year at Fox.
SKELTON, MRS. JUANITA. Hardin-Simmons,
. . . . Oklahoma University, lVI.Ed. . . . likes tc ride
horseback . . . teaches' first grade . . . four years at
SKELTON, LLOYD. Southeastern State College,
B.S., Southwestern Louisiana Institute, Oklahoma
University, M.A .... cnjoys hunting and fishing . . .
member of OEA and NEA . . . audio-visual director
. . . teaches auto mechanics, football and basketball
coach . . . sponsors Lcttermens' club and sophomores
. . . six years at Fox . . . Fox Highschool graduate.
TREADWAY, LEO. Southeastern State College, B.S.
, . . enjoys chip carving . . . member of OEA . . .
teaches shop 1,2,4, and 5 . . . sponsors sophomores
and Chip Carving club . . . two years at Fox.
TROOP, MRS. MAUDE. East Central State College,
B.S .... member of OEA . . . collects salt and pepper
shakers . . , teaches fourth grade . . . has been at Fox
WATSON, MRS. DORRACE JO. Southeastern State
College, B.S .... enjoys watching sports . . . member
of OEA, NBT, and OAJD . . . teaches typing 1 and 2,
shorthand, and bookkeeping . . . sixteen hours on
master's degree , . . sponsors Journalism club, Our
Echo, Pep club, and senior class . . . six years at Fox
. . . chairman of Carter county business teachers.
WATSON, MERLE. Southeastern State College, B.S.
. . . member of OEA and NEA . . . enjoys fishing and
hunting . . . sponsors 4-H club and sixth grade . . .
five years at Fox . . . grade school principal . . . six-
teen hours on master's degree . . . member of Red
Red Rose . . . Fox Highschool graduate.
WILLIAMS, J. T. Southeastern State College, Okla-
homa ASLM, B.S. . . . member of OEA . . . assistant
football coach . . . sponsors Lettermens' club and
eighth grade . . . enjoys fishing and hunting . . , first
year at Fox.
OIIN PHIL DOOR RICHARD H I' CAI' BABIES. Derrell Kunkel PUT YOUR LITTLE FOOT
The Most Bashful out of 44 and Shnley Lawrence possess the Displaying "Tho Smallest and
an Jam Smith and Rhuben Col Outstanding Personalities" in the Largest Feet" are Phyllis Car-
ms serum class son and Carl Buck.
emors Greate gfeacflines
Mrs. Merle Watson and Edwin Ashmore led the senior
class in a very eventful year.
The seniors ordered their invitations from the
Star Engraving Co., Houston, Texas.
Money-raising projects this year were concession
stands, a chili supper, greeting cards, and a barbecue
Hope Allen received the D.A.R. Good Citizenship
Girl for Fox and Carter County.
There are eleven seniors in the band and eighteen
in the chorus.
Mrs. Watson's first semester homeroom officers
were president, Shirley Lawrenceg vice-president,
Jane Smith, secretary and treasurer, Patsy Creel. Mr.
Ashmore's first semester homeroom officers were
president, Chick Cannon 3 vice-president, Jimmy Mar-
ting secretary, Donna LeBeau: and treasurer, Mary
The juniors and seniors attended a career con-
ference at Ardmore in October.
Seniors on the first semester honor roll were
Carl Ronald Buck, Jay Paul Cannon, Hope Allen, Mary
Ruth Black, Annetta Holmes, Donna LeBeau, Norma
Johnson, Shirley Morgan, and Pat Taylor.
l HE LAST ROUND UP. Our senior class of-
ficers: president, Jimmy Starkey, vice-pres-
ldent, Bryan Davis, secretary, Hope Allen:
and treasurer, Shirley Morgan, check the
calendar for a senior trip date.
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ind Johnnx Fisher Chick Clnnon 1nd Fint Dee Horner. Jimmy Martin keep busy.
ALLEN, HOPE. Pep club 1-2-4, president 4 . . . Library
club 1-2 . . . Yearbook club 3-4 . . . homeroom vice-
president 1. secretary 2, president 3, secretary 4 . . .
football queen candidate 2, FFA queen candidate 3.
Echo queen 4 . . . FHA 1-2-3-4, treasurer 4 . . . Business
Manager of junior play . . . Fox Flash 1-2 . . . Our Echo
staff 1-2-3-4, co-editor 4 . , . Junior High Student Coun-
cil secretary 1 . . . librarian 1-2-3 . . . one honor pin.
BLACK, MARY. Music club 1-2, pianist 1-2 . . . Dra-
matic club 3, songleader . . .Journalism club 4 . . . home-
room songleader 1-2-3-4 . . . chorus 1-2-3-4, three solos,
girls quartet, girls trio, mixed quartet . . . FFA queen
candidate 2 . . . FHA 1-2-3-4, songleader 2, pianist 3-4
. . Fox Flash 2-3 . . .Our Echo 3-4 . . . junior play, senior
BUCK, CARL RONALD. Tennis club 1 . . . Lettermen's
club 2-3, songleader 3 . . . Yearbook club 4 . . . homeroom
reporter 1, vice-president 2, president 3 . . . band 1-2-3-4
. . . chorus 1-2-3-4 . . . FFA 1-2 . . . football 1-2-3-4, co-
captain 4 . . . basketball 1-2-3-4 . . , track 2-3-4 . . . junior
play, senior play . . . Our Echo 4 . . .State Honor Society
1-2-3 4 . . . American Legion Award 1 . . . Valedictorian
1 . . , twelve honor pins.
CANNON, JAY PAUL. Photography club 1, president
. . .Tennis club 2-3, secretary 2 . . . Yearbook club 4 . . .
homeroom reporter 1-2 . . . band 1-2-3-4, president 4
. . . chorus 1-2-3-4 . . . FFA 1-2 . . . junior play, senior
play . . . Our Echo 4 . . Boys' State . . . five honor pins.
CARSON, PHYLLIS. Music club 1-2-3, vice-president
2, secretary 3 . . . Yearbook club 4 . . . band 1-2-3-4,
twirler 2-3-4, clarinet solo . . . chorus 1-2-3-4 . . . FHA
1-2-3, pianist 2 . . . junior play, senior play . . . one honor
COLLINS, RHUBEN. Shop club 3-4, secretary 3 . . .
FFA 1-2-3-4 . . . junior play . . .at Pauls Valley baseball
1-2.. . homeroom president 1, reporter 2. . .basketball 1.
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DAVIS. ARVIS. i,l'lIl'l'YI1Ul1S cluls 1-2-I!-1 . , . iIllYTIK'I'llUI11 I'L'IlUI'l1'l'
.. . FFA Z-I3--1 . . , l'mxtlmII 1-2-II--I . . . lrzlck 1-ZZ-31-'l.
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4 . . . hunivrooni X'IL'l'-IJITSIIIPIII -1 , . . FFA 1-LZ-23-bl . . . lkmtlmzill
1-2-35-4 . . . Izziskvllmll 1 . . . lrcwk 1-2-21 . , . I1l1s1Il'iYui'II--1.
HENRY, LUCY. Pep club 4 . . . FHA 4 . . . chorus -1.
HOLMES, ANNETTA. Dramutics club 1-I3-4 . . . Music club 2
. . , Fox Flash 4 . . . FHA 1-2-3-4 . . . Journalism 1.
HORNER. ERNA DEE. Music club 1-2-3, program chairman
2 . . . Yearbook club -1 . . . band 1-2-3-4 . . . chorus 1-2-3-4 . . .
annual queen 3 , . . FHA 1-2-3 . , . junior play . . . Fox Flush 4
. . , underclass favorite IZ . . . cheerleader 4 . . . senior play.
JACKSON. BUDDY. Music club 1-2 . . . Lettermeifs club IS-4
. . , homeroom president 4 . . . FFA 2-3-4 . . . football 3-4.
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NN .IACKQON I EONARD. Letteimens club 1 2 'l 4 S9Cl9t'115 3
vice-president 4 . . . chorus 1-2-'Z-4 . . . FFA 2-'S . . . footbfill
1-2-3-4 . . . "ck 1-2- - .
JOHNSON. VVILLIAM. Moved before g'1'aclLlation.
if KUNKEL. DERRELL. L9tt8l'1T10l1.S club 1-2-3-4, president 3.
secretary unrl tl'eusurer 4 . . . chorus 1-2-3-4 . . . FFA 1-2 . . .
415 football 1-2-fl-4, co-captain 4 . . . lmzxsketbull 1-2-3-4 . . . track
1-2-Il-4 . . . Student Council 1-2 . . . senior play.
LAWRENCE. SHIRLEY. Music club 1-2-3, secretary 2, presi-
dent 31 . . . Yearbook club 4 . . . homeroom president 4 . . . band
1-2-Z3--1. drum solos. drum ensembles . . . chorus 1-2-3-4, con-
trulto solo - - lmml queen 3 , . FHA 1-2-3, historian 3 . . OUP
Echo 2 . . . Student Council 3-4, secretary 4 . . . senior class
favorite . . . junior play, senior play . . . one honor pin.
LE BEAU, DONNA. Music club 1-2, songleader 2 . . .Yearbook
23-4. treasurer 4 . . . homeroom secretary 4 . . . band 1-2-3-4,
trombone solo . , . chorus 1-2-3-4 . . . FHA 1-2 , . . three honor
pins. . . band queen czuididate 4 .
A LEWIS, BOBBY. Lettermens club 1-2 . . . Agriculture club 3-4
. . . FFA 1-2-4 . . . attended nine years at Fox.
LINDESMITH. BASIL. Science club 1 . . . Photography club 2
...Art club 33 . . . Chip Carving club -1 . . , senior play.
MARTIN, .IlMMY. Photopfraphy club l . . . Math club 2 . . .
Table Tennis club 3, president . . , Lettermens club 4 . . . home-
room president 2 . , . band 4 . . . chorus 2-23-4 . . . FFA 3-4 . . .
basketball 1-2-Il-4 . . . track 2-JK-4 . . . bus driver 4 . . . Student
Council representative 2-3 . . . FHA king 2 . . . four honor pins.
MARTIN, .IO ANN. Uramatirs club 1-4 . . , Journalism club 1
. . . Art club 2 . . . chorus 1-2-3-4 . . . FHA 2.
MEANS. NORMA. Art club 1 . . . llramatics 2-3-4. president
3 . . , homeroom reporter Il . , . Echo queen 1 . . FHA 1-2-3-4,
secretary Ji . . . Fox Flash 2-S! . . . Our Echo 3.
if R Moody Morgan
F' Parton Randolph
MOODY, JOE. l.1-ttf-i'nu-11's rlub I-2-31-il . . , FFA 1-12 , . . basket- Q
ball 1-2-21-4 . . . football 1-2-I!--I . , . track l-2-25-4 . . . bus driver syn
MORGAN. SHIRLEY. Library 1-2, president 2 . . . Yearbook
club 21-I . . . bomi-room pri-silk-nt 1, president 2, treasurer 3-4
... i'1l'llUlIlll'llll cvimlidalo 2 . . . football queen 4 . . . FHA 1-2-3-4
. . . Fox Flash fi . .Our Echo 3-4, co-editor- -Student council
trvasurm-r 1, l't'Iil't'St'lll2l1lV1' 2-3, treasurer 4 . . . librarian 1-2-3
. . . om- honor pin.
MOSS, TOMMY. Math Club 1-2 , . . Agrrirulture club 3-4, secre-
tary and treasurer 52--1 . . . FFA I-2-fl-4, rc-porter 23 . . . football 1.
NEWMAN. GEORGE. 'Pablo 'l'4-nois club 2 . . . Music club 3
...Yearbook vlub I . , . rborus 2-Il-4 . . . basketball 2-3.
PARTON. EDWARD. Musa' club l ,. , Photography club 2 . ..
Whip Carving: club Cl . . . Journalism club. vice-president 4 . . .
homeroom vivo-presicli-nt l . . . band I-2-Il-fl . . . Chorus 1-2-fl-4
. , , Our Echo 1 . , . si-nior play.
RANlPOl.l'H. UOYLE. I.t-tlwmviils club 1-2-3-4 . . . homeroom
president 1-2, vice-p1'esi1leiit 3 . . . chorus 1-2-3 . . . football
1-2-21-4 , . . basketball 1-2-3-4 . . . track 1-2-3-4 . . . junior play,
senior play . . , Fox Flash 4 . . . FHA King 1.
SHEIIESTER lANE'l Ye xrbook club 3 4 lnnd 1 FHA -
SHIRI EY C ATHERINE Ml sit club 1 7 Yeubook club
bincl 1 2 3 4 clium solo mum mini 4 nus 1 ? 3-4
innu il queen L lllillfl att 1 FHA 1 2 3 4 senior pl xy.
Xe ulmook club ' 4 homuoom x ice pies1clent4 -Xmeiican
legion Au url 1 -X 1 7 Fo! Fl ish 4 Oui Echo
BTARREH IIMMY 1 H1 P Letteimens club-1 senior
STURDIVANT, VIRGINIA. Yearbook club 1 . . . Dramatic club
2 . . . Yearbook club 3 . . . Dramatic club 4, secretary . . . football
queen candidate 1 . . . FHA 1-2-3 . . . Fox Flash 1-2-3-4 . . . Our
TANNER, NELDA. Pep club 1 . . . Library club 2 . . . Yearbook
club 3-4 . . . FHA 2-3-4 . . . Fox Flash 3-4 . . . Our Echo 2-3-4 . , .
TAYLOR. PAT. Tennis club, 1, secretary . . . Music club 2-3,
reporter 3 . . . Yearbook club 4, reporter . . , homeroom secretary
2, reporter -1 . . . band 1-2-3-4, clarinet solos, piano solo, clarinet
quartet, clarinet trio . . . chorus 1-2-3-4, accompanist 3-4 . . .
FHA 1-2-3 . . . Our Echo 4 . . . library 1-2-4 . . . senior play . . .
four honor pins.
THURMAN. FRANK. Music club 4 . . . homeroom president
2-3 . . . band 1-2-3-4. trombone solos . . . football 1-2-3 . . , basket-
ball 2-3-4 V - - Junior play . . . honor roll 3 . . . 4-H 1-2 . . base-
WORSHAM, DEAN. 4-H 2-3 . . . Letterrnenb club 3-4 . . .
football 3-4 , . . basketball 3-4 . . . track 3-4 . . . senior play.
WRIGHT, HERMAN. Lettermen's club . . . FFA 2-3-4 . . .
football 1-2-3-4 . . . track 1-2-3-4 . . . bus driver 1-2-3-4.
umors. lsplay ings
WORK AND PLAY. Discussing: plans for the busy year ahead
of them are .loc Cartwright and Nadine Hogzgard, vice-presl
Marion Ann Fore
An outstanding cast of fourteen por-
trayed characters in the junior play,
"Deadly Ernest," a three act comedy
presented February 3. The play was
directed by the class sponsors, Bill
Grimes and Raymond Kirkpatrick.
Junior class members received
many honors this year. Among these
honors were Barbara Clark as candi-
date for football queen and Patsy Dees
as candidate for annual queen. Band
members elected Sylvia Phillips band
queen by popular vote.
Class rings, purchased from
Herf-Jones Company, were received
As the year drew to a close, the
juniors honored the seniors with the
annual junior-senior banquet.
dc-ntsg Jimmy lVlcGl:isson, prcsidcntg Sue Hollingsworth, sec-
rctaryg .lack Nelson, prcsidentg and Sandra Vincent, secretary.
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sented this daring exhibition of walking a tight
rope during the junior-senior banquet in May.
PRACTICE SET DAZE. Sue Hollingsworth,
Margie Eason, and Margaret Lindesniith hur-
riedly try to complete their practice sets.
Qualifying for the first semester
honor roll by having at least an Ae av-
X erage were Danny Wells, Alicia
Cheves, Barbara Clark, Margie Eason,
. Marquietta Franklin, Sue Hollings-
ai 01' ,- worth, Nada Inscore, Margaret Lin-
U K S T m K ki desmith, Carolyn Weaver, Winnie
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TIME Ull'l'. Mr. Skelton, sponsor: Dt-rryl Selby, presidentg
Carol Thompson, secretary: Fred Paul, vice-president: Judy
Johnson, treasurerg and Ruby Clark, reporterg are having
time out for conversation.
Sophomores had the concession stand
twice during our winning season of
football. The profit made was added
to Student Council funds.
Just before Christmas the soph-
omorescontributed money to buy a
beautiful blanket for the Indian Orph-
an's Home of Lawton.
Queen candidates were Jane
Moss, annual: Ruby Clark, footballg
and Melissa Slagle, band.
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Paul Black " H K E 5
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Joy Casey ' 4,
Ruby Clark V I 'cv
Barbara Crabb " ' .
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Charlotte Moody was cheerleader for the
football and basketball season.
Lloyd Skelton and Leo Treadway guided the
class on their upward climb into high school.
Those who were on the honor roll for the
first semester were Warner Fellabaum, Joe
Fisher, Thomas Harmon, Vance LeBeau, Rich-
ard Reid, Linda Dickerson, Peggy Grover, Jean
Harris, Judy Johnson, and Jeannetta Pierce.
PIGS FEAST. Officers of Mr. Treadway's room
seem to be enjoying themselves. Richard Reid is
sec1'etary-treasurer, and Steve Stephenson is pres-
ident. Officers not seen in picture are James Dix-
on vice- resident, and Dale Daniel, re orter.
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Y K 7 L Steve Stephenson
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TIIE BIG NIGHT. Twelve girls don their frilly
short skirts to add to the attraction of queen
THREE MUSK ETEERS. Edwin Ashmore.
James Ogden, and J. T. Williams smile as they
sneak away with the loot, a box of charms.
INAUGURATION DAY. Crowds gather around
the capitol building' as Fox band members
watch Raymond Gary beeome provernor.
-12-30-27. Leave it to Carl Ronald Buck, Joe
Fisher, Chick Cannon, and Harold McCreary
to dream up the "Four Roses."
HOLD THAT POSE. It wouldn't be a talent
show without George Newman and Jimmy
Eaves playing for entertainment. Singing is
a e ourse
INTERMISSION. Ann McCreary, Euleah
Trammell, Judy Garrett, Bonnie Newman, Kay
Wooldridge, Minnie Lou Tapp, and Patricia
Jackson laugh between classes.
OLD BLACK JOE. Mrs. Merle Watson's home-
room members, Jo Ann Martin, Mary Black,
Wanda McClain, Jane Smith, Janet Shebester,
and Patsy Creel, rehearse before the curtain
BATHING BEAUTY. Strong man Tommy Kun-
kel gets ready for weight lifting-the discus,
FUTURE HOUSEWIVES OF AMERICA. Jim-
my Starkey, David Littlejohn, Harold McCrea-
ry, Carl Ronald Buck, and Chick Cannon serve
a delicious meal in the cafeteria.
DEEP STUDIERS. Sue Hollingsworth and Na-
da Inscore look at the books they will be using'
for their junior year.
HOLD THAT FROWN. Herman Wright, Ollie
Jackson, Derrell Kunkel, and Doyle Randolph
watch football demonstrations.
SITTING PRETTY. Sandra Vincent, Nadine
Hoggard, Daphene Firestone, Corine Hopkins,
and Margaret Lindesmith look at the birdie
after a hard morning' in OIPA meetings at
Lee Roy Chevea
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ed an A or A- average were Billy Blevins,
James Bobbitt, Gary Thurman, Bennie Darity,
Judith Ann Garrett, Betty Sue O'Dell, Betty
Jean Smith, Karean Vincent, and Kay Wool-
BIG STEP. Graduation is an out-
standing event for Mr. Ogden's
freshmen who are lead by Kay
Wooldridge, treasurerg Judith Gar-
rett, secretaryg Euleah Trammell,
reporter, Weldon Horner, presi-
dent: and Scott Presgrove, vice-
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N0 HELP WANTED. Mike Gray, presidentg Johnnie Nelson, secretary-
treasurerg Kent Calhoun, vice-presidentg Ann Mcflreary, reporterg and
Flora Wright, song leaderg ably fulfill their offices in Miss Norv1ll's
Freshmen are the at dividing line between
junior high and high school. Assistedby their
sponsors, Ruth Norvill and James Ogden, they
will soon have their first experiences of a
high school career.
Class activities included a football con-
cession stand to raise funds for their com-
mencement and assembly programs.
The freshman class held the majority of
offices in the junior high Student Council
with Mary Brandt, presidentg Bill Harris, sec-
retaryg Billy Blevins, treasurerg Gary Thur-
Queen candidates and runners-up were
Kay Wooldridge, junior high Echog Mary
Brandt, footballg and Bennie Darity, band.
i Frankie Morgan
"' K Jackie Morris
1 Johnnie Nelson
W -h I Bonnie Newman
I Betty 0'Dell
4,5 it ' Scott Preagrove
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' A, N ,. Jerry Reynolds
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K K W U ' ,gy ' Betty Smith
H A A W Minnie Tapp
. , V E A A - Y Gary Thurman
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vic'c--presiclvntg June Edelen, secretaryg Ronnie Holl-
ingsworth, .lo Welcher, presidentg Patsy Baker, and
Honor' Roll members having an A 01' Af
average for the first semester were Michel
Ashmore, James Presgrove, Mollie Allen, Rita
Faye Barnett, Janice Blevins, Peggy Byram,
June Edelen, Betty Morgan, Imogene Morse,
Koleen Moss, Linda Kay Taylor, Betty Walk,
and Jo VVelcher.
The eighth grade has sixty enrolled this year.
Under the guidance of their sponsors, Carolyn
Rural and J. T. Williams, they have accom-
plished many things.
Activities during the year were a football
concession stand and an assembly program.
Junior high football squad members
picked Linda Taylor their queen. Other queen
candidates were Sandra Irwin, junior high
Echo, and Betty Walk, Band.
.Betty Morgan served as vice-president of
the Junior high Student Council. Representa-
tives to the council from the eighth were Betty
Walk and Jimmy Burton.
Jo Welcher and Jeannetta Hull were the
.lUUi01' high cheerleaders who urged the Lit-
tle Foxes on to victory.
ATTENTIVE LISTENERS, A lull in conversation is' un-
usual for Mrs. Bural's eighth grade officers, James
Presgrove, reporterg Koleen Moss, song' lcaderg Rita
Barnett, presidentg Peggy Byram, song leaderg Linda
Taylor, reporter: Donna Wells, secretaryg and Bobby
lgfitfi grade gains xperience
" ' . Carrie B. Holmes
, Tommy Hudspeth
i .leannetta Hull
" Sue Iiams
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OH, WHAT A DREAM. David Kennedy,
vice-president of Mr. McCreary's homeroom,
and Bryant Harmon, president, dream about
a winter wonderland, while Donna Garrett,
secrctary-treasurer, thinks about the won-
derful time she will have in the snow.
Seventh graders, comprised of seventy-six
members, were confused by the new junior
high routine. With the help of their sponsors,
Miss Lora Maynard and Russell McCreary,
their full house settled down to a new career.
Rocille Wooldridge had the honor of be-
ing candidate for both Echo and band queen.
Donna Garrett gave the junior high foot-
ball queen and other candidates a tight race.
Mary Reynolds, Susie Herndon, Dennis
Camp, and Warren Davenport represented the
class in the Student Council.
Assemblies in April brought a close to an
eventful year for the Fox seventh graders.
Seventh graders who qualified for the semes-
ter honor roll by having an A- or better grade
average were Richard Black, Bobby Bray, Dennis
Camp, Warren Davenport, Paul Groover, Bryant
Harmon, Monty Knipe, Earnest Parks, Jimmy
Pierce, Odell Wood, Gary Woulfe, Charles Celcer,
Emma Cathey, Sharon Dunn, Donna Ruth Garrett,
Sondra Sue Herndon, Mary Ann James, Nancy
Knutson, Mary Reynolds, Jean Thurman, and Judy
CLASS LEADERS. Searching for homeroom program
information are Miss Maynard's class officers, Lloyd
Hodge, vice-presidentg Sharon Dunn, song 1eaderg.Gary
Woulfe, secretary-treasurer: and Bobby Bray, president.
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Mary Ann James
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Council from profits made in the Fox Den.
Two boys and two girls from each class are
eligible' for a pin. From the junior and senior
high school, one boy and one girl are awarded
a special pin for having the over-all highest
number of points.
DISTINGUISHED WINNERS. Seventh graders began
their climb by winning honors. Bobby Bray came up with
151 points and Gary Woulfe had 134 points to become honor
pin recipients. Sharon Dunn with 139 points and Donna
Garrett with 140 points also received cherished honor pins
SIDE BY SIDE. Eighth graders continued their success
when Mollie Allen and Janice Blevins accumulated 121
and 143 points respectively. Boys succeeding in earning
honor pins were Bobby Paul with 71 points and Hershell
Randolph with 77 points.
SUPERIOR STUDENTS. Studious
eighth graders, Betty Morgan and
Michel Ashmore, received honor
pins over all junior high school.
Betty amassed a total of 144 points,
while Michel hit the sweepstakes
with 153 points,
SCHOLARLY FRESHNIEN. Honor pins
were awarded to diligent learners, Betty
Sue O'Dcll and Judith Garrett, who at-
tained 112 and 115 points. Tribute also
went to Billy Doyle Blevins with 103
points and Gary Thurman with 102 points.
The sixty-one eighth graders had
the highest class average in jun-
ior high school, 52.36 per cent.
Seventh graders came next with
a close 49.71 per cent for their
Triumphant juniors had forty-
nine enrolled and an average of
60.75 per cent. The forty-four
seniors ranked second high with
a class average of 58.90 per cent.
Sophomores had an average of
52.87 per cent and an enrollment
of fifty-three. Not too far behind
were the fifty-two freshmen with
an average of 48.88 per cent.
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The Fox Foxes carried off the 6-B
conference title and went through
the year undefeated with only 13
points scored against them.
Head coach was Lloyd Skelton.
J. T. Williams and Russell Mc-
Creary were assistant coaches.
The Foxes opened the season by
winning 14-0 over Duncan B.
Next, they journeyed to Tisho-
mingo to beat the Indians 35-13,
the only time the Foxes were
scored on this season.
Temple came to Fox on Septem-
ber 24 with the idea of beating
Fox, but the Foxes stopped them
Dundee, October 8. After a very
hard fought game, the Foxes won
7-0. The Foxes won over Velma,
October 15, 13-0. "Rising from the
Dead," Fox massacred Healdton
54-0 on a very muddy field, Oc-
The Wilson Eagles proved no
match for their rivals, the Foxes,
who thundered to a decisive 80-0
victory on the Fox field, October
29. On November 5 the Foxes
trampled the Ringling Bluedevils,
54-0. Breezing by the Marietta In-
dians 46-O, the Foxes clinched the
6-B conference in their final game
of the season, November 12.
I Quick with H 26-0 Win- l Seven Fox seniors were chosen
.-3 1 In a non-conference tilt on Oc- as members of the all-district
ll' ' tebel' 1, FOX defeated Coalgate football team. They were Derrell
-, f 20-0. Kunkel, end, Leonard Jackson,
The conference opener was with tackle: Doyle H2111 delph, baekl
Fellabaum 1651 FSF A . W
cd oxes an me pponents 90
Don Elledge 1641
-.f ' YES, COACH. No, it's not a fight, just a friendly little
' M, - '- 2 chat between line coach, J. T. Williams, junior high coach,
X Russell McCrearyg and three junior high football players,
'X Mike Gray, Kent Calhoun, and Weldon Horner.
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H LDTON'S TOMBSTONE.
Coach Skelton holds one of the
Foxes' most treasured trophies. The
Bulldogs later went home defeated
by the Foxes, 54e0.
6-Q Gonference Glzampionslup
Carl Buck, backg Herman Wright,
guard, Jimmy Starkey, guard,
and Bryan Davis, center.
Joe Moody, Dean Worsham, Ar-
vis Davis, and Ollie Jackson re-
ceived honorable mention.
The 6-B conference coaches se-
lected Carl Ronald Buck as out-
standing back in the conference
and nominated him for all-state
back. He was selected for the sec-
club feted the football team with
a banquet. Taye Moore, science in-
structor at Fort Sill Indian School,
was guest speaker.
"Mr, Touchdown U.S.A." and
"Football Hero" were sung by a
girls trio-Judy Johnson, Phyllis
Carson, and Donna LeBeau, ac-
companied by Mary Black. Quar-
terback Johnny Fisher gave the
response, thanking the club for
Herman Wright 4533
Danny Ward 4613
Fred Paul 4563
Edward Osmon C653
ond team. the banquet. M
The football team is backed by a Fox scored a total of 349 points Q,
very active Quarterback club. Of- during the season. State ratings A K
ficers are R. H. Davis, president, issued at the close of the season by 1. '4'
Chester McKee, vice-presidentg the Daily Oklahoman listed Fox as y ' -'
and Shelby Horner, secretary- first in defense and third in of-
treasurer. fense and rated Fox fifth among If
November 24 the Quarterback classBteams. Jack Nelson 162,
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Gary Knight 4583 Tommy Kunkel 4713 Vance Leneau 4703 Harold Mecreary 4591 McGfQQ'S2'nyc51, Dwayne Meee 4683
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, FOXY FOXES. J. T. Williams, line coachg Lloyd Skelton, head coach Fred Paul Bryan Davis Hershell Files
Tommy Kunkel, Joe Fisher, Herman Wright, Arvis Davis, Joe Moody Gary Knight First Row Jimmy Jackson
Dean Worsham, Gerald Kennedy, Johnny Fisher, Doyle Randolph Ollie Jackson Hal old McCreary Derrell Kunkel
Second Row. Warner Fellabaum, Edward Osmon, Jack Nelson Jimmy Starkey Carl Ronald Buck Jimmy McGlas
sonyance LeBeau, and Joe Cartwriht, Top Row.
oxes ala 6-B G ampzons ap
HOLD THAT LINE. The Foxites are holding
a mock scrimmage in preparation for the
first game. Late summer practice puts the
Foxes in shape by school time.
PLEASE! YOU'RE MUSSING MY HAIR.
The Foxes go all out to prove their super-
iority on the gridiron.
HAPPY COACHES. The coaches were present-
ed jackets by the Quarterback club for their
outstanding work this year.
CO-CAPTAINS. Coach Skelton congratulates
his co-captains, Derrell Kunkel and Carl Ron-
ald Buck, for the leadership and sportsmanship
they have shown all season.
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HUBA HUBA. The seniors display
their jackets for all to see. Eleven sen-
iors lettered this year. We're proud,
but we hate to see them leave.
ONE OF THE JUICIER MOMENTS.
All is not work, as you can plainly see.
' The seniors really seem to be enjoying
E cyrss s c'ic N . i the half-time activities.
The Little Foxes closed the 1954 football season with
three wins, one loss, and one tie, thanks to the very
capable coaching of Russell lVIcCreary.
In the opener of the season, Fox smashed Dundee,
34-0, and followed up by beating the V-A Comets, 14-0.
Wilson gave the fighting Foxes their only defeat of the
season, 12-0. This did not discourage the Little Foxes,
as they came back with a 6-6 tie with the Healdton Bull-
, , , , , , , , - - - HIT THAT LINE. Th ' ' h' f' d '
dogs and closed the season by blanklng Ringling, 21-0. takes a little brain, Eldgggr ariilha liiats di
The Little Foxes showed good sportsmanship and hustle to make a good ball team'
teamwork at all times.
F O OT BA LL SCORES
Place Opponent Score
Fox Dundee 0 Fox 34
Fox V-A 0 Fox 14
Wilson Wilson 12 Fox 0
Healdton Healdton 6 Fox 6
Fox Ringling 0 Fox 21
OPEN THE DOOR RICHARD! Bobby Paul
will have to get a move on for a change if he
wants to make the team.
l"lGH'l'ING FOXES. J. Paul Johnson, Johnny Williams, Jerry Reynolds, Billy Jackson, Gary Reynolds, Jerry Bob
Briscoe, Alan Gray, Allen Stewart, First Row. Bill Harris, Mike Gray, Bobby Paul, Lee Roy Cheves, Don Wor-
sham, Cameron Jackson, James Presgrove, Donald Hathorn, Billy Blevins, Jimmy Burton, Michael Thompson,
Monty Knipe, Second Row. Tommy Choate, Troy Calger, Kent Calhoun, Weldon Horner, Jackie Morris,Tommy
Blackerby, Sammy Vernon, Tommy Hudspeth, Scott Presgrove, and Russell McCreary, coach, Top Row.
HIGH JUMPERS Jackie Morris, Bill Harris, Kent Calhoun Jimmy Wiggins Weldon
Horner Mike Gray Tioy Calger First Row, William Johnson Billy Blevins Jerry Rey
nolds Sammy Vernon Don Worsham, Lee Roy Cheves and Russell McCreary coach
Coach Russell McCrearv has done a splendid
job with the Junior high boys
Two trophies were added to Fox s collec
tion when the little Foxes won the Davis tourn
ament and were the runners up 1n the Plainview
Wilson do L
l"0X l'AGERS.Jimmy McGlasson, Herchell Files, Ha1'0ld McCreary, Carl Ronald Buck, Gerald Kennedy, Frank
Thurman, Derrell Kunkel, Johnny Fisher, Perry O'Dell, First Row. Jimmy Martin, Jimmy Jackson, Joe Moody, Joe
Fisher, Dean Worsham, Doyle Randolph, David Littlejohn, James Woulfe, and L. G. Skelton, coach, Top Row.
oxes cgake Glzampions 4293
Three trophies were added to their collection
when the Foxes ended the 1954-55 season with
twenty victories and three defeats. Coached by
Lloyd Skelton, a former Fox basketball player,
the Foxes captured the 6-B conference, winning
ten games and losing two. They lost to Healdton
45-42 and Marietta 52-51.
Fox cagers handed defeats to Healdton 65-
62, Rexroat 68-35, and Ringling 64-43 to win the
At Healdton in the Oilfield tournament, Fox
received a trophy for being runner-up. The
Foxes defeated Springer 67-40, Hastings 36-27,
and Graham 65-46 but lost to Bray in the finals
A total of 1437 points were scored by the
Foxes during the season with 1096 points scored
REBOUND. O'Dell's right on time for the rebound GET HIGH. Derrell Kunkell has to Stretch high to be able
with McCreary coming around to give a little help. to tip the ball to the waiting Fox team,
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LET'S HAVE A LITTLE HUSTLE. The Foxes stay
in shape by training. Jimmy Martin, Jimmy Jackson,
Joe Moody, Floyd Reed, Jimmy McGlasson, Delton
McKee, Tommy Kunkel, Dean Worsham, and Gerald
Kennedy take a lap.
A BREEZY BUNCH. Floyd Reed, Joe Moody,
Jimmy lVIcGlasson, Jimmy Jackson, Seated.
Carl Ronald Buck, Dean Worsham, Jimmy Mar-
tin, Tommy Kunkel, Raymond Hopkins, Jack
Nelson, Gerald Kennedy, Second Row, Charles
Wright, Jimmy Atkinson, Delton McKee, Jim-
my Cartwright, Bryan Davis, Gary Knight,
Freddy Recd, James Hale, Don VanTresse, Ar-
vis Davis, and L. G. Skelton, coach, Top Row.
JUNIOR HE-MEN. Jackie Morris, Junior Taylor,
Jerry Bob Briscoe, Billy Boyle Blevins, David Boyd,
Tommy Hoggard, Cameron Jackson, and Gus Jack-
son, Seated. Alan Gray, Bobby Paul, David McCles-
key, Paul Ray Black, Don Worsham, Warner Fella-
baum, Carl Williams, James Woulfe, Tommy
Hudspeth, Second Row. Kent Calhoun, Jerry Rey-
nolds, Mike Gray, Bill Harris, Scott Presgrove, Bill
Massey, Jimmy Burton, Ronnie Hodges, Gerry Rey-
nolds, Vernon Hurst, Walter Cheely, coach, Third
Row. David Littlejohn, Tommy Blackerby, Raymond
Revel, Weldon Horner, Joe Fisher, Vance LeBeau,
Sammy Vernon, and Edward Osmon, Top Row.
SECOND IN THE STATE. The mile ,i "
relay team came in second in the state 5 .- ,
track meet at Stillwater last year. K ' , "-' Q-i 'fM'1"3'- 'f ' Q' y
Members were James Hale, Carl Ron- I, -, .F i ff-Q I x.,.,w,!, - If H
ald Buck, Jimmy Cartwright, and ' ' " U A U R 'o' 'M ' -,ii ' .
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l'rc-sident Vice-President Secretary 'l'rcasurer
A donkey basketball game was sponsored
by the council and it netted a profit of 3i116.77.
In January a talent show was presented under
the leadership of council representatives. This
added a total of 55130.76 to the council funds.
Christmas cards and bracelets were sold by
members, and all the football and basketball
concessions were under their direction.
M. S. Ravan Mrs. Mary Henson
lligh School Sponsor Junior lligh Sponsor
lNTELLlGEN'l' LEADERS. Preparing for a busy year are the senior high Student Council members. Jimmy
Martin, Barbara Davis, Danny Ward, Johnny Fisher, Shirley Lawrence, Shirley Morgan, Danny Vllells, Seated
James Dixon, David Littlejohn, Beth Cree-l, Linda Dickerson and M. S. Ravan, Standing.
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INIDUSTRIOUS WORKFRS D' ' b d
A ,. 2 . iscussmg u get plans are the Junior high Student Council Sus1eHerndon Mary
Reynolds, Betty Morgan, Mary Sue Brandt, Bill Harris Billv Blevins Betty Walk Seated Jimmy Burton Mary
Henson, Warren Davenport, Dennis Camp, and Gary Thurman Standing
A new method for handling money was
adopted by the Student Council this year. Un-
der this plan, all money made during the year
was put into a Student Council fund. Each
class in turn made a budget covering the needs
for the entire year. The junior class turned
in a budget asking for 353253 the seniors,
Student councils zrect Hctzvztzes
"WE'LI. BEGIN THE YEAR WITH A
BANG." Mary Sue Brandt, president, tells
Betty Morgan, vice-presidentg Bill Harris,
secretary: and Billy Blevins, treasurerg of
her plans for the coming year.
VARNIVAI, I,lFl'l. Karen Yineent and Iielloy Vheves
know this is no fortune teller, hut one of their teaeh-
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llltlll S'I'l'll'l'l'IRl'I'I"l'l'IS. Phyllis Carson, Barbara Davis,
t'atht-rine Shirley, t'arol Thompson, Judy Johnson, and
Jane Moss led the FllS hand in several maneuvers at
eaeh footlnall game during' hall' time.
The Fox lligh School hand, under the direc-
tion ol' Edwin Ashmore, has accomplished
many feats this year. The hand is made up of
57 junior high and high school students. The
drum majorette is Catherine Shirley and the
l'ive twirlers are Barbara Davis, Phyllis Car-
son, .Indy Johnson, Jane Moss, and Carol
Thompson, The ot't'ieers are Chick Cannon,
president: Patsy Crm-el, vice-presidentg Don-
na Lelfleau, secretary-treasurer3 and Patricia
The hand sponsored the Halloween earn-
ival and sold magazines to raise money. Den-
nis Camp was the champion by selling 2570.25
worth of magazines.
The FHS hand went to Lawton to hear
the United States Navy band play. They were
'I'l'NICFI'l, lVll'SH'IANS, Patricia Taylor, Phyllis Carson, Jimmy Metllasson, Kay Wooldridge, Jane Moss, Sharon
llnnn, First Row. lioeille VVooldridge, Mary Reynolds, Patricia Morris, Flora Jean VVright, David Kennedy, David
Fletcher, Bryant, llarmon, Dennis Camp, Mary Brandt, Betty 0'Dell, Second Row. June Pldelen, Rose Nell LeBeau,
Betty Walk, Johnny Barton, Danny Ward, Edward Parton, Miehel Ashmore, Dale Daniel, Thomas Harmon, Bobby
Moore, Sharon Tinsley, Gary Thurman, Charles Wheat, Third Row. Jimmy Gooden, Alicia Cheves, Barbara Davis.
and Chiek Cannon, Fourth Row.
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RED HOT. Cheer-Leader, Patsy Haney, leads the ban
a hot yell in a pep assembly, while Barbara Davis,
Fisher, Donna LeBeau, and Ronnie Weldon use their ha
also invited to participate in the inaugural
parade and to attend the inaugural ceremonies
at which Raymond Gary became governor.
The band has added 33 trophies to their
collection since Edwin Ashmore has been their
Judy Johnson, one of Fox's prize twirlers,
received a superior rating in twirling at the
ULOWNING AROUND. Found on the side lines at the band
carnival were Mrs. Ward, Mrs. McCartney, and Mrs. Jones
State Twirling Conference October 16 in Ma-
The band has played for some of the bas-
ketball games at home to back up the boys.
They also entertained at pep rallies and dur-
ing the football games. During the half the
band showed the crowd their stunts and
Linda Taylor, Clara Thurman, Melissa Slagle, Jean Weldon, SarahJane Ward, MadeaniaHughes, First Row. Judy
Johnson, Carol Thompson, Barbara Clark, Sylvia Phillips, Nelson Dixon, Phillip Marshall, Bennie Darity, Winnie
Wheat, Second Row. Vance LeBeau, Carl Ronald Buck, Patsy Creel, LeRoy McKee, Joe Fisher, Ronnie Weldon,
Frank Thurman, Johnny Fisher, Donna LeBeau, Third Row. Jimmy Martin, and Catherine Shirley, Fourth Row.
BLICNDING YOIFES. Vlara .lean Thurman, Susie Herndon, Koleen Moss, Peggy Byram, Mary Reynolds, Sharon
Tinsley, Judy Worsham, Bennie Darity, Novella Reed, Patricia Kunkel, Charlotte llodge, First Row. Judy Johnson,
Phyllis Carson, Nancy Richardson, Sharon Miller, Barbara Davis, Shirley lnmon, Nadine Hogfeard. Rose Gurley
Kay Wooldridge, Carolyn Gooden, Ruthie Thomas, Second Bow, Patricia Taylor, Sharon Dunn, Janice Blevins,
Betty Firestone, .loan Ratliff, Betty Morgan. Barbara Marshall, Pat Haskins, Judy Garrett, Ernn Dee Horner,
Judy Morris, Third Row. Michel Ashmore, Dennis Camp, Bryant Harmon, David Kennedy, Johnny Barton, Anne
Stallcup, Sylvia Phillips, Flora Jean VVrigrht, Paula Epley, Patricia Morris, Marjorie Files, Fourth Row, Herschel
Randolph, Gary Thurman, Jimmy Gooden, Bobby Moore, Jimmy McGlasson, George Newman, Johnny Fisher,
Edward Osmon, Thomas Harmon, and Vance Lelieau.
uslc Cgfce tgtmosp ere
THE OLD PIANO ROLL BLUES.
Pianist, Patricia Taylor, smiles as
she grallantly plays for the melod-
TEACH ME TONIGHT. Gwendolyn
Johnson pauses as Mrs. Arthur Ru-
bottom, piano teacher, shows her
the procedure for the next note.
Ruby Clark, Rita Barnett, Donna Garrett, Mary Sue Brandt, Carol Means, Neta Latham, Brenda Vernon, Joan
Martin, Jo VVelcher, Roc-ille Wooldridge, First Row. Betty Walk, Linda Taylor, Judy Lewis, Betty Smith, Sharon
Towles, Melissa Slagle, Donna LeBeau, Barbara Clark, Margaret Clark, Alicia Cheves, Second Row. Daphene Fire-
stone, Marquietta Franklin, Bonnie Newman, EuLeah T1'ammell, Jean Harris, Mary Black, Opal Robinson, Ann
McCreary, Carol Thompson, June Edelen, Rose Nell LeBeau, Third Row. Patsy Creel, Catherine Shirley, Shirley
Lawrence, Juana Baker, Barbara Crabb, Charlotte Moody, Sammie Choate, Betty Sue O'Dell, Danny Ward, Joe
Fisher, Jimmy Martin, Fourth Row. Derrell Kunkell, Jimmy Starkey, Carl Ronald Buck, Harold McCreary, Don
?7anTreese, Chick Cannon, Frank Thurman, Edward Parton, Don Elledge, Darryl Selby, and James Dixon, Top
when ox orus ings
LET ME G0 LOVER. Edwin Ashmore takes
time off from his music activities to show the
little wife a jolly time,
Each morning during activity period 107
voices under the direction of Edwin Ash-
more and accompanied by Pat Taylor
blended their voices in song.
Again this year at Christmas time Dr.
Jack Lyall was guest conductor for the an-
nual Christmas program.
Last year at the Durant District
Choral Meet the mixed chorus received a
superior rating, singing "Cherubim Song
No. 7" and "So Dim With Tears."
This year at contest the mixed chorus
will sing '6Bless Thou the Lord" and "O
Lord, Most Glorious."
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llOfVIl'IY CALS. Hope Allen, treasurer: Mary Black, pianist: Sammie Choate, parliamentarian: Juana Baker,
sone'l4-aderg Winnie Wheat, presidentg Margie Eason, historiang Nadine Hogrgard, reporterg Marjorie Files, vice-
lH'4'Sl4lf'Y1fl Jam- Moss, Miss liovell Sc-ifres, Sponsor, First Row. Patsy Dees, secretaryq Merlene Farris, Nancy
ltirhzuwlson, Jeannie llarris, Patsy Willis, Leila Sturdivant, Joy Casey, Norma Johnson, Barbara Clark, Alicia
Vheeves, IXlare'aret Clark, Barbara Ilavis, Charlotte Moody, Second Row. Melissa Slagle, Shirley Morgan, Jean-
etta Pierce, Linda Williams, Carolyn Weaver, Shirley Eason, Norma Mefford, VVilma Griffith, Charlene Means,
Crystal llale, Janet Shebester, lieth Creel, Third Row, Shirley lnmon, Sue llollingswortli, Nada lnscore, Daphene
Firestone, Margaret Lindesmith, Mary Seals, Corine Hopkins, Ruthie Thomas, Peggy Grover, Theda Eaves,
Mai-quieita Franklin, Shirley Lawrence, Flora Wright, Patricia Morris, Barbara Marshall, Barbara Crabb, and
liinda Dickerson, Top Row.
gd ifvorks Cgogetlzer
High School FHA'ers strive to work together. In Sep-
tember the club went to the sub-district meeting in
Healdton. A Sadie Hawkins party and style show were
planned in October and given in November. In December
the club showed Christmas films after school. The club
helped the junior high FHA make curtains for the home
economics department. The girls were hostesses to the
FFA boys at a Valentine party in February. During
A lP00'I'BALL ISANQUET, Patricia March the Chapter attended the state rally at Okla-
Jackson, Neta Latham, Jane Moss, and '
Charlotte Moody set the tables, fretting homa Clty'
ready to serve the champion football
V V T M-M-M-M, GOOD. Melissa Slagfle, Jeannie Harris, Joe Fisher,
Vlllfll Jill' MARRY ME? Mf'l',lCUC Far' Harold Mc-Creary, Patricia Morris, Nancy Richardson, and Carl
ris models Mrs. lIenson's wedding' gown But-li prepare to eat, their Concocvtiofnsl
in the annual FHA style show.
YOU'RE NEXT. Brenda Vernon gets ready to
serve punch to a group of FHA'ers after the style
WHAT'S CO0KIN'? The class looks on while
Donnel Ligon, home service representative of Ok-
lahoma Natural Gas Company, demonstrates how
to make cinnamon rolls. F
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Fox Junior High Future Homernakers of
America face the future with warm cour-
age and high hope, striving for 100 per cent
In January the FHA'ers gave a-utensil
shower for the home economics depart-
ment. They had a Valentine party in Feb-
ruary and crowned their prince charming.
During March they attended the rally
in Oklahoma City for the first time.
Cleaning rest rooms and the school-
grounds, making money to buy material,
and making curtains for the home econom-
ics department were chapter projects.
amor Cga ers Show ntlmslasm
COOKS AND DISHWASHERS. Pearlie Cunningham, Jo Welcher, Bennie Darity, Kay Wooldridge, vice-presi-
dent, Judy Garrett, president, Mary Weaver, treasurerg Neta Latham, songleader, Brenda Vernon, reporter: Judy
VVoulfe, parliamentariang Patricia Jackson, secretaryg Dolores Lindesmith, historian: Barbara Blackburn. Peggy
Byram, Koleen Moss, First Row, Patsy Griffith, Sandra Irwin, Rose Gurley, Pat Haskins, Molly Allen, Judy Lewis,
Linda Taylor, Janice Blevins, Imogene Morris, Judy Morris, Rita Barnett, Joyce Walker, Mary Smart, Donna
Wells, Carol Means, Second Row. Mrs. Jack Henson, Sponsor, Carrie Bea Holmes, Betty Smith, Sue liams, Billie
Petty, Bobbie Ogletree, Martha Watson, Betty Morgan, Minnie Tapp, Linda Hale, Vivian Cline, Nadine Elliot
Carolyn Gooden, Third Row. Rose Nell LeBeau, June Edelen, Betty Walk, Gracie Cape-hart, Johnny Nelson, Ann
McCreary, Opal Robinson, Jean Cox, Faye Kennedy, Carolyn Johnson, Paula Epley, Ann Stallcup, Sandra Shad-
den, and Joan Hash, Top Row.
RAFK ON THE FARNI, Thomas llzirmon
enjoys a quiet talk with his pigs.
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M00 M00. Johnny Fisher smiles as he
prepares his pet steer for the night,
FFA members strive to meet their motto, l'I,earning to
do, doing to learn, earning' to live, and living to serve."
FFA also helps high school boys to have excellent leafl-
ership, CU-tl1l0l'2ll,lOll. and citizenship.
Six boys won ribbons at the county fair. They were 5
Vance Lelleau, James Dixon, Dale Daniel, Gene Fowler,
Thomas llarmon, and Perry O'Dell.
Jggers earn Whzile ey Work
Fl"l'llRE FARMERS, Raymond Kirkpatrick, sponsor: Joe Cartwright, Jack Nelson, James Dixon, Ollie Jackson.
Tommy Moss, Johnny Fisher, First Row. Fred Paul, Thomas Harmon, Jimmy Gooden, Tommy lloggard, Gene
Fowler, Vanee l,s-Beau, Freddy Reed, James Bobbitt, Second Row. Herman WVright. Dale Daniel, Danny Ward.
Dwayne Moss, Jimmy Jackson, Stanley Richardson, Paul Ray Black, Donald Austin, Third Row. Bryan Davis,
Rhuhen Collins, Ralph Williams, Don Elledge, Gerald Kennedy, Jimmy MeGlasson, Ronnie VVeldon, Vernon Hurst,
Gary l7eArmonrl, Jimmy Wright, Top Row.
DEADLINE KEEPFRS. .lo XVclcher, Herschel Randolph, Koleen Moss, Marjorie Files, Bobby Bray, Donna Gar-
rett, Ernest Parks, and Norma Johnson. Seated. Ruth Norvill, sponsor: Hope Allen, Margrie Eason, Shirley Morgan
Shirley Boyer. Nelda Tanner, .lane Smith, Patsy Haney, Mary Ruth Black, Erna Dee Horner, VVinnie XVheat, Sam
mic Choate, Doyle Randolph, Annetta Holmes, Mary Lou Eaves, Sue Hollinp2'sworth, and Barbara Davis, Standing
Cgyox cgdfasfz Staff giecor s JC?fctlm'ties
The Fox Flash is mimeographed and
published bi-weekly by a staff of ac-
tive members. Officers are changed
each six weeks.
Special editions are put out for
Christmas, Valentine, Thanksgiving,
Easter, Halloween, and other occa-
The publication is sold for 35
cents a semester or 5 cents per copy.
Approximately 250 copies of each edi-
tion are sold.
The Fox Flash was entered in the
O.l.P.A. paper judging contest in
March. The sponsor is Miss Ruth Nor-
PRFITX TX PIQTS Typing, up stones is a fw-.J
fiequcnt nhoie for Mnv Lou lnavcs and
C LIDINTC I ICH! Ficulty adyisel Ruth
Noivlll xcconip inicd thc staff to the O I P A
confcicncc it Noini in in Octobei
IHI. PREbS ROLLS. Sammie
Choate and Doyle Randolph
mimeograph approximately 250
Mrs. Merle Watson Hope Allen
The pages of this yearbook record the 1954-55
history of the more than 750 students of Fox.
The staff has attempted to show the school
spirit along with the more tangible items.
Our Echo of 1954 was recognized and
awarded a t'First Class" Honor Rating in the
annual judging contest held at the University
of Minnesota. There were ratings received by
only 23 per cent of 935 books entered for judg-
ing. Fox received, 3130 points. First ratings
were given to books receiving 2900 or more.
This same edition was awarded a "With
Highest Honors" rating in the O.I.P.A. con-
test sponsored by Oklahoma University. Our
Echo also received this top rating in 1951 and
Annual Staff members attended the
Oklahoma Press Conference at Oklahoma Uni-
versity of Norman in September, 1954.
Editor Assistant Editor
Two hundred seventy-five copies of this
yearbook sold for 253.00 per copy. A high
school junior high, and grade echo queen
race was held to encourage students to purch-
ase annuals. Our Echo queen winners were for
high school, Hope Allen with 51 per cent, jun-
ior high, Kay Wooldridge with 28 per cent,
and grade school, Sharon Ponder with 95 per
Individual pictures for the annual were
taken by Buddy Brooks, Duncan, Oklahoma.
Snapshots were also made by M. S. Ravan,
principal, Carl Buck, superintendentg and
Mary Sullivan, home economics teacher.
The staff and club were sponsored by
Mrs. Merle Watson. Staff members compile
and edit the annual during study halls and
TIME OUT FOR ENJOYMENT. Donna LeBeau, Chick Cannon, Carl Ronald Buck, Patsy Haney, Norma Mefford
For-ine Hopkins, Teddie Hopkins, Nadine Hoggard, Barbara Clark, Clubs and Organizations Edlt0TQ Seated. Shirley
Lawrence, Sue Hollingsworth. Faculty Editorg Margie Eason, Queen Editor, Daphene Firestone, Nada Inscorc
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Faculty lfditoig and Pault Oglctree, Standing
ROUND TABLE DISCUSSION. Patsy VVillis, NIRIV Seals ffxtheilne Shnlev P ina Dee Hoinu Mugraiet Linde
smith Sewted. Leila Sturdivant, Jane Smith, M'i1v Black Maiquietta Fianl lm Shnlev Fason Lune Hemv Janet
Shebtstel Nelda Tanner, Patricia Taylor, Patsy Cieel Qpmts Fdltol and C601 ge Neyvman qtandmg
gcfzo Staff? zrrors Cgiclzoof of
PASTERS. Sandra Vincent and Daphene Fire
stone work quietly on a page in the annual
PROOF READERS. Shirley Eason
and Nadine Hoggard are looking at
pictures while Marquietta Franklin
and Norma Mefford are busy at
YOUNG LADIES. Betty Smith, Bennie Darity, Judy Woulfe, Kay Wooldridge, Judy Garrett, Brenda Vernon,
Nota Latham, Martha Watson, Nancy Richardson, reporterg Jeanetta Pierce, secretary-treasurerg Jeannie Har-
ris, vice-president, Patsy Willis, president, Jane Moss, Lovell Scifres, sponsor: First Row. Mary Henson, sponsor,
Betty Wright, Leila Sturdivant, Joy Casey, Rose Gurley, Carol Means, Sharon Towles, Ruthie Thomas, Joyce
Jenkins, Ann Mc-Creary, liuleah Trammell, song-leader, Bonnie Newman, Second Row. Eula Kennedy, Carolyn
Johnson, Charlotte Moody, Dolores Lindesmith, Theda Eaves, Opal Robinson, Mary Weaver, Paula Epley,
Patricia Morris, Katherine Hair, Barbara Marshall, Patricia Jackson, Minnie Lou Tapp, Third Row. Jean Cox,
Gracie Capehart, Flora Wright, Juana Baker, Barbara Crabb, Johnnie Nelson, Top Row.
Sud-med gqeiglztens ocia
Sub-Deb club members learn to be good host-
esses by studying etiquette. Some of the top-
ics discussed at their bi-weekly club meetings
are good manners, proper table service, and
how to be a good hostess. The club members
are freshmen and sophomore girls.
Objectives of the Chip Carving club are to
further the interest of design and to stimulate
talent for creative work. Members have all had
one year of shop. The boys work on their indi-
vidual projects at their bi-weekly meetings
held in the shop.
ip arving gnjoys gfancfwor
SKILLED CRAFTSMEN. James Hall, Douglas Morgan, Stanley DeArmond, Richard Reid, reporter, Leo Tread-
way, sponsor, Darryl Selby, Vernon Hurst, Virgil Gallop, Edward Osmon,Jerry Mashou-,secretary and treasurer
First RowJimmy Eaves, Bill Crabb, Jimmy Atkinson, Basil Lindesmith, TitusMarks, Billy Jackson, Second Row,
Not pictured are Rhuben Collins, Robert Lindsey, Frankie Morgan, Steve Stephenson, vice-presidentg and James
Students who have been enrolled in algebra or
geometry may become members of the Math
club. The purpose of the club is to create an
interest in careers involving mathematics.
Meetings are held in the high school math
room every other Week.
FUTURE MATHEMATICIANS, Bill Grimes, sponsorg
Linda Dickerson, treasurerg Linda Williams, reporterg
Wilma Griffith, Charlene Means, Beth Creel, vice-presi-
dent, Peggy Groover, Barbara Davis, president, Charles
Wheat, and Winnie Wheat, secretary.
RISING FARMERS. Jimmy DeArmond, Vance LeBeau, Rhuben Collins, Gene Fowler, Dale Daniel, Paul Black,
Donald Austin, Tommy Hoggard, Sitting. Ronnie Weldon, Ralph Williams, president, Stanley Richardson,
Jimmy Wright, James Bobbitt, Freddy Reed, reporter, Thomas Harmon, vice-president, Tommy Moss, secre-
tary-treasurerg and Raymond Kirkpatrick, sponsor, Standing.
gI'l.CUltUf8-CSEIIOP promotes arming
All vocational students are eligible for mem-
bership in the Agriculture-Shop club. Mem-
bers learn to use all farming tools and are
taught how to build farm equipment.
The club meets bi-weekly in the agricul-
ture building. Some of the projects for this
year were the building of a portable loading
shoot, the repairing of the FFA pig sheds, and
the trimming of the shrubs around the school
MIGHTY MEN. Jimmy Martin, Jimmy Jackson, Buddy Jackson, Jimmy Mctilasson, Dwayne Moss, Joe Moody,
Herman Wright, First Row. James Dixon, Danny Ward, Ilcrshell Files, Joe Cartwright, Darrell Kunkel, secre-
tary, Bryan Davis, president, Jimmy Starkey, cheerleader, Johnny Fisher, reporter, Fred Paul, Lloyd Skelton,
sponsor, Second Row. J. T. Williams, sponsor, Doyle Randolph, Dean Worsham, Harold McCreary, Tommy
Kunkel, Don Elledge, Wayne Jones, Jack Nelson, Gerald Kennedy, Gary Knight, Top Row, Not pictured:
Leonard Jackson, vice-president, Arvis Davis, cheerleader.
Qgjofo nsemlnle Cbisplays Q7-alent
These highschool athletes
strive to promote good sports-
manship and encourage close
co-operation between team-
mates. To be a member, a stu-
dent has to have earned a let-
ter in athletics in Fox High-
Ability to perform in en-
sembles and solos was shown
in Solo and Ensemble Club
meetings. They have assisted
in several grade school assem-
MUSIC IN THE AIR. Ruby Clark, Gary Thurman, Mary Black, Alicia
Cheves, Frank Thurman, Barbara Clark, Betty O'dell, reporter, Carol
Thompson, treasurer, Edward Parton, Judy Johnson, secetary, Phyllis
Carson, Michel Ashmore, vice-president: Edwin Ashmore, sponsor, Stand-
ing. Margaret Clark, Mary Sue Brandt, president, Sitting.
YEA, YEA, RED AND WHITE. Charlotte Moody,
Erna Dee Horner, Rita Farris, Jo Welcher. Sandra
Irwin, Patsy Haney, Marjorie Files.
ep Qoosts CQBGHI ora e
SPIRIT POSSESSED. Sandra Irwin, vice-president, Marjorie Files, Patsy Haney, Jo Welcher, Charlotte Moody,
secretary-treasurer, Erna Dee Horner, Rita Farris, First Row. Nancy Richardson, Merlene Farris, Patsy Dees,
Charlotte Hodge, Ann McCreary, Judy Woulfe, Joyce Walker, Barbara Blackburn, Patsy Griffith, Koleen Moss,
Peggy Byram, Linda Hale, Neta Faye Latham, Gloria Miller, Mrs. Merle Watson, sponsor, Second Row. Mrs. Jack
Henson, sponsorg Jane Smith, Jeannie Harris, Patsy Willis, Leila Sturdivant, Novella Reed, Imogene Morse, Pat
Haskins, Rita Barnett, Judy Worsham, Donna Garrett, Marilyn Gooden, Joan Ratliff, Virginia Watson, Donna
Wells, Susie Herndon, Third Row. Johnnie Nelson, Margie Eason, Shirley Morgan, Juana Baker, Hope Allen, presi-
dent, Mary Black, Barbara Hoggard, Janice Blevins, Judith Morris, Bobbie Ogletree, Shirley Baker, Judy Lewis,
Emma Cathey, Sue Iiams, Mary Ann Smart, Patricia Kunkel, Nancy Knutson, Sharon Miller, Fourth Row. Shirley
lnmon, reporterg Sue Hollingsworth, Nada Inscore, Teddy Hopkins, Daphene Firestone, Sammie Choate, Mar-
garet Lindesmith, Ruthie Thomas, Peggy Groover, Jeannetta Pierce, Crystal Hale Paula Epley, Marquietta
Franklin, Nadine Hoggard, Shirley Eason, Doris' Perkins, Norma Mefford, Brenda Nlernon, Ann Stallcup, Jean
Cox, Eula Kennedy, Top Row,
Pepsters attended all conference games and
rooted their team to a perfect season. Red and
white badges and streamers were made and
sold to students.
To develop an appreciation of drama
was the main objective of the Dra-
matic club. They learned how to apply
MAINTAINING DRAMA. Carolyn Weaver, Patsy Dees, Daphene stage make-up Hfld recorded H reading'
Firestone, Crystal Hale, Sammie Choate, vice-president, Margie - -
Eason, reporter: Mary Low Eaves, Annetta Holmes, Norma John- during the flrst Semester'
son, president, Ruth Norvill, sponsor, Standing. Shirley Inmon,
June Wright, Merlene Farris, song-leader, Jo Ann Martin, Sit-
ting. Not pictured: Virginia Sturdivant, secretary.
oreign, Tleiglzbors Shows riencfsluiv
FRIENDSHIP MAKERS. Billy Riser, Dale Eaves, Phillip Marshall, Paul Groove1', reporter, Jimmy Eaves,
Sitting. Monty Knipc, Richard Fletcher, Nell Palmer, Novella Reed, song leader, Ardle Peterson, vice-
presidentg Gary Woulfe, president, Patricia Kunkel, secretary: Adrian Melton, Lora Maynard, sponsor,
1,-gf Gimp asizes ome e
CITIZEN BUILDERS. Carolyn Bural, sponsor, Jay Paul Johnson, O'dell Woods, Shelton Emberling, William
Prough, Nelson Dixon, Ronny Harbour, Herschel Randolph, Allen Daniels, Carl Davis, Gloria Miller, Virginia
Watson, Charlotte Hodqe, Donna Garrett, song leader: Rocille Wooldridge, reporterg Betty Brown, sponsor, Marjorie
Files,vice-president,First Row.Joe Fisher, presidentgLarryDilbeck,-Jimmy Pierce, David Kennedy, Richard Black,
Ernest Park, Bobby Bray, Ronnie Hollingsworth, Royce Petty, Willard Means, Barbara Hoggard, Sharon Tinsley,
Beverly Crabb. Marilyn Gooden, Mary Reynolds, Judy Worsham, Betty Morgan, secretary, Second Row. Johnny
Barton Gerald Gallop, Ronald Eaves, Douglas Guy, Dewey Elledge, George Cheves, Clifton Alton, Billy Williams,
Gary DeArmond, Elmer Kennedy, Carolyn Gooden, Carrie Bea Holmes, Patsy Chambers, Mary Ann James, Clara
Thurman, reporter, Emma Cathey, Rose Nell LeBeau, Joan Ratliff, Third Row. Franklin Morris, Bryant Harmon,
Dennis Camp, Jimmy Sanders, David Dodd, Jerry Perkins, Robert Eason, Joseph Fellabaum, David Farris, Chester
Anderson, James Firestone, Edward Patterson, Doris Perkins, Joan Coaly, Nancy Knutson, Mary Morris, Sharon
Miller, Ann Stallcup, Betty Firestone, and Sharon Dunn, Top Row.
FUTURE CHEMISTS. Susie Herndon. Rita
Farris, secretary-treasurer: B0bbyM001-9, pl-esi-
dent: David Littlejohn, Sylvia Philips, Danny
Wells, vice-president, Don Van Treese, and
James Ogden, sponsor.
Qhyszicaf gcfucation gets gxercise
KEEPING IN SHAPE. Mollie Allen, Donna Wells, Pat Haskins, reporter, Koleen Moss, Peggy Byrum, Joyce
Walker, Imogene Morris, Jo Welcher, presidentg Patsy Griffith, Pearlie Mae Cunningham, Shirley Baker, Billie Jo
Petty, Judith Morris, Rita Barnett, vice-president, Sitting. LeRoy McKee, Bobbie Ogletree, Betty Walk, Sue Iiams,
secretary, Barbara Blackburn, Mary Ann Smart, Janice Blevins, Judy Lewis, Linda Taylor, Lynda Hale, Nadine
Elliot, Sandra Irwin, June Edelen, Jo Ann Hash, M. S. Ravan, sponsor, Standing.
amor gfigfa .Ztlzletic lub
ractices portsmans no
GROWING ATHLETES. Gary Reynolds, Jerry Briscoe, Billy Jackson, Jerry Reynolds, Marvin Calger,
Donald Hawthorne, James Presgrove, Allan Gray, reporter: Allen Stewart, First Row, Bill Harris, LeRoy
Cheves, Cameron Jackson, Billy Blevins, Scott Presgrove, Jimmy Burton, Michael Thompson, Tommy
Choate, Donald Worsham, Second Row. Russell McCreary, sponsor, Troy Calger, Weldon Horner, presi-
dent: Kent Calhoun, vice-president, Mike Gray, secretary, Jackie Morris, Jimmy Wiggins, Tommy Black-
erby, William Johnson, Sam Vernon, Bob Paul, Tommy Hudspeth, Top Row,
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THE DOCTOR'S HERE. Doc Stanley Richardson comes to the aid
of Henry, while Nadine Hogpqard, Barbara Davis, Nada Inscore,
Bobby Moore. Barbara Clark, and Danny Ward smile with amuse-
DEADLY EARNEST. Alicia Cheves, Danny Wells, Winnie Wheat,
Daphene Firestone, Joe Cartwright, Marion Fore, and we think
Jack Nels0n's hat came from Texas.
READIN', WRITIN', AND 'RITHMETIC. Mr. Williams takes time
out from coaching' to teach a little math.
A BOY NAMED BEULAH. Derrell Kunkel, Pat Taylor, Johnny
Fisher, and Phyllis Harmon watch lovely Beulah, Doyle Randolph.
THE REST OF THE GANG. Other play cast members are James
Hall, Dean Worsham, Patsy Haney, Edward Parton, Erna Dee Hor-
ner, and Mary Ruth Black.
MAN, OH MAN. Flashing smiles are shown by Janice Blevins, Betty
Walk, and Bobbie Ogletree.
WHAT'S THIS? Carl Ronald Buck, Basil Lindesmith, Chick Can-
non, Catherine Shirley, Shirley Lawrence, and Patsy Creel get in
a few laughs before the senior play.
MILK CONSUMERS. Koleen Moss, Carolyn Gooden, Claudia Alex-
ander, and Ann Stallcup drink their Vitamin-packed milk.
FOOTBALL HEROES. Johnny Fisher, Leonard Jackson, and Der-
rell Kunkel smiled when the first team was benched because of the
ogetlzer cglze gfappler We
SLEEPYTIME GAL. Valentine fun tires Patsy Willis, Jane Moss,
and Ruthie Thomas.
DEARLY BELOVED. Mrs. Henson, Miss Scifres, homemaking teach-
ers, and Miss Sheffield lead the entertainment at the FHA party.
CHEST OUT, CHIN IN. Boy Scouts celebrate their week by wearing
uniforms to school .
BEHOLD THE KING OF KINGS. FHA King Jack Nelson, center,
and King candidates, Bryan Davis, senior, and Harold McCreary,
sophomore, show their winning smiles.
HOORAY FOR THE KING. Jack Nelson was crowned by Margaret
THINKING OF YOU, Pensive looks are displayed by Judy Woulfe,
Brenda Vernon, Betty O'Dell, and Bennie Darity.
SAY PEACHES. Marquietta Franklin and Sandra Vincent enjoy
HAVE A BITE. Mary Sue Brandt loses half a candy bar when Her-
man Wright 'takes a bite.
PRETTY CHICKS. This moment will be remembered by Peggy
Groover, Barbara Marshall, Charlotte Moody, and Barbara Crabb.
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CAST TAKES A BOW. Grade school students
feel honored to participate in a talent show.
PAIR OF CUTIES. Madeania Hughes and Bet-
ty Hill, escorts for the sixth grade, patiently
await graduation time.
SWING YOUR PARTNER. Mrs. Cann0n's en-
trants in the talent show dance with delight.
NEXT IN LINE. The Fox Den never has a dull
moment when grade sehoolers have recess.
MR. SANDMAN. Wesley and Stevie Adell come
out with their song to win first place in the
SHOW' ME A SEAT. Usherettes at grade com-
mencement were Judy Ravan, Gwendolyn John-
son, Jean VVeldon, and Lynda Epley.
READY AT LAST. Helping: the usherettes were
the ushers, Larry Iiams, Brent Rogers, and
Gerry and Jerry Mt-Glasson.
MARCH OF DIMES. Grade children 1,20 all out
to help in the fight for the prevention of polio by
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STICK 'EM UP. The outlaws are finally run down when the
sheriff gets the drop on them.
YOU MISSED. Angela Butler, Debbie Kennedy, and Barbara
Treadway play jacks in the building entrance.
GIRLS PLAY MARBLES!! NO? The six grade girls keep up
with the boys and play marbles, while the boys watch over
IT'S FALLING. Jean Weldon, Linda Epley, Sarah Ward, and
Jan Collins, hold up their hands to play London bridge, while
they wait for Linda Moody to pass under.
DON"l' DARE LAUGH. Sonny Lyon, Mike Slagle,Gene Files,
and Bobby Ledgerwood, pose for a snap before going in after
Dixon Donald Thomas Johnny Powell Roy Brown, Freddie Lodgerwood, Second Row. Jan Collins, Sharon Dudley
Peggy McClain Gloria Mol ris Gerly McGlasson, Carol Gee, Front Row.
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ON THE SIDE OF THE LAW. Danny Dunn, Freddy Tinsley, and
Donald Raper uphold the law on the school ground and do away with
RED ROVER, RED ROVER. The fifth and sixth grade girls play
red rover during the noon hour. '
THE LINE UP. Mrs. Cohea lines up with her third graders before
HELLO, WE'RE FROM FOX. Richard Nelson, James Ray Smart,
Jerry Bloodworth, Billy Ray Shaden, Mack Elliot, James' Ratliff and
Allen Cook are prepared and ready for anything.
MAKE THAT SHOT. The fifth g1'ade boys line up for James Thomas
to make a free shot.
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L HPI hlNf UP. Mrs. Paul Cannon and Merle
Watson st md by as the sixth graders recite their
Mrs. Romine Cannon's homeroom nominated
Jan Collins for Echo queen. They presented
the exciting, humorous play, "Pumpkin Hill
Grammar School Graduation," in assembly.
Students who qualified for the first
semester honor roll were Jan Collins, Calvin
Gordon, Anita Emberlin, Lynda Kay Epley,
Sue Fore, Carol Sue Gee, Sharron Gillaspy,
Gerildean Mitchell, Vera Morris, Sarah Jane
Ward, and Jean Weldon.
"Dr, Quackf' a pantomime, was pre-
sented by Merle Watson's homeroom for their
assembly. Madeania Hughes was Echo queen
The five students on the first semester
honor roll were Michael Haskins, Larry Iiams,
Leland Kelly, Betty Hill, and Joyce Jones.
Betty Ruth Norma Evelyn
Hill Hodges Hoggard Holmes
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exciting play "Daniel Boone Killed a B'ar."
The homeroom nominated Glenda Jennings
for Grade Echo queen. They had eighteen with
Semester honor roll members were Bobby
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Wanda Biggs, Mary Gray, Glenda Jennings,
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f Merle Monroe smile as they entertain their stu
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Mrs. Thelma Garrett's homeroom pre-
sented a three act play, "Love Pirates in
Hawaii." They nominated Jane Holcomb for
their annual queen. They had twenty with
Mrs. Thelma Garrett had ten on the honor
roll the first semester. They were Larry
Haney, Ralph Kettlewell, Jimmy Paul, Gary
Smith, Sharon Bobbitt, Anna Harbour, Son-
dra Hudspeth, Shirley Price, Carolyn Rozzell,
and Carolyn Cole.
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SMILING TEACHERS. Mrs. Maude Troop and
Mrs. V. E. Fox are the proud sponsors of the
two fourth grade homerooms.
SONG BIRDS. Jimmy Harbour and his class-
mates screnade the gradeschool during the
fourth grade assembly program.
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Sclfree Shadden Shrnder
Mrs. V. E. Fox's homeroom was greatly honored
when Carolyn Wheat was nominated for the Echo
queen this year. An exciting play was presented by
Mrs. Fox's class, The name of the play was "Thirty
Minutes of Santa Claus". The homeroom had eight
on the honor, roll the first semester. They were
Allen Cook, Harold Williams, Linda Kay Black,
Nedra Crouch, Barbara Groover, Janice Little,
Christine Virgen, and Carolyn Wheat.
Linda Gayle Blevins was Echo queen candi-
date from Mrs. Maude Troop's homeroom. The
homeroom play entitled, "Christmas Angels" was
presented in an assembly.
Thirteen were on the honor roll the first se-
mester. They were Linda Gayle Blevins, Nelda
Faye Boles, Geary Keith Burton, Ronny Davenport,
Rae Nell Hicks, Jackie Herndon, Nelda Kay Lewis,
Joyle Lindsey, Linda Ann Morgan, Margaret Ann
Moss, Mildred Robinson, Mary Lee Smith, and
Larry Joe Johnson.
Denny Barbara Terry Jimmy
Griffin Groover Hale Harbour
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Morgan Morris Morris Moss
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Cypert Davenport Driggers Elliott Epley George
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Herndon Hicks Hurst Johnson Ledgerwood Lewis Lindsey
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Virgen Weldon Wheat Williams Williams Woods Wright
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Baker Barnes Batte Biggs lloatman
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Dodd Emhelin Fellabaum Fisher Fosbury
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Spencer Stallcup Starkey Sullivan Tate
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Helen Edward Edward Sue Joe
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Kenneth Glenda Barbara Lessie Jerry Julia Glenndel
Boles Brown Calvin Capehart Cathey Coaly Collins
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Miss Mamon Alexander's class presented as
its assembly an opera, "Magic Gingerbread."
Vickie Batte was annual queen candidate.
Miss A1exander's students who were on the
honor roll for the first semester were Vickie
Batte, Barbara Calvin, Jerry Cathey, Julia
Coaly, Judy Gooden, Robert Gross, Bunny
Hill, Shirley Hopson, Linda Irwin, Bernie Mc-
Clain, Betty Pruitt, Charlene Ruth, Linda
Spencer, and Edward Wiley.
A delightful comedy was presented by
Miss Roberta Cohea's homeroom entitled, "A
Basket Full of Laughs." Their annual queen
candidate was Annette Ashmore. The stu-
dents on the honor roll for the first semester
in Miss Cohea's homeroom were Annette Ash-
more, Marilyn Kelly, 'Sharon Reed, Jimmy
Sullivan, and Joe Woulfe.
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watch the grade children at play.
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JUMPING FKOGS. Standing' proudly in front
of the bulletin board are Mrs. Rayford LeBeau
and Mrs. Merle Monroe with four of their sec-
ond grade students.
Growing flowers was the class project in Mrs. Merle
Monroe's second grade. Their annual assembly was
a cute play entitled, "Goldilocks' Adventure". Mrs.
Monroe's class nominated Donna Holder as candidate
for annual queen. The students on the honor roll for
the first semester in Mrs. Monroe's room were Dar-
lene Dilbeck, Doris Blevins, Debrah Kennedy, Sue
Kettlewell, Diane Moody, Alice Reynolds, Joseph
Russell, Barbara Treadway, and Marilyn Walk.
The enjoyable operetta, "Molly Be Jolly" was
portrayed by Mrs. Rayford LeBeau's class. They se-
lected as their annual queen candidate, Romona
Jones. Mrs. LeBeau's students on the honor roll for
the first semester were Wesley Adell, Sharon De-
Armond, Sandra Davenport, Jerry Lanig, Joe Mc-
Cartney, Suzanne Jennings, Romona Jones, and Jack
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Crouch Davenport DeArmond Dilheck
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Hathorne Haggard Holder Hurst Jennings Johnston
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McKee Matthews Mefford Melton Melton Moody
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Adell Airington Allen
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Owen Paul Price
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Walk Ward Wiley
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Lindsey McCartney McClain
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Reynolds Reynolds Robinson
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Reading and writing are no stumbling blocks
for these first grade students. They began their
new world of learning sponsored by Mabel Bad-
ley, Juanita Skelton, and Kathryn Grimes.
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in Mrs. Skelton's room were Elnor Elaine Dan-
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Jerry Gordon, Steve Hamil, Jimmy Ogden, Ron-
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Tinsley, Gail Arnold, Carol Melton, and Sherrie
Mrs. Badley's students on the honor roll for
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