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One of Oklahoma's best known sons, james
Garner once remarked after visiting his home-
town, Norman, Oklahoma, that "No matter where
you go on this earth, you never really leave the
people you love."
Even a man who has been blessed with an
abundance of life's treasures can see that where
he was born and where he spent his growing
years will always remain in his heart.
We spent a part of our life at Fox. Perhaps
a few now in school will become famous and
travel the four winds, see the world, fight on
foreign soil, never see again the fields, the oil
derricks and Fox High where we crammed, per
haps too lightly, for our education, but we will
remember, and every time we do, we can see the
fields, the derricks and Old Fox High.
This book, "Our Echo," is made to take with
you, to help you to return and revisit with your
old friends and to see the fields and the derricks,
and to help you become young and carefree again,
as we are now.
Bon Voyage! Or is it WELCOME to Fox, it's
only around the next page.
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Table of Contents
The Bzg Bosses 7
The Crude Oil 17
The Roustahouts 33
The Royezlgf 51
The Roughneeks 65
The Finished Pro duets 73
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Chnstmas spirit after a hard day's work. fiftieth wedding anniversary-
Dedicated To Two Ola' Foxes
In choosing a dedication this year, we decided to look further than the bounds of the
campus, but only far enough away to someone close to the school yet not actually con-
nected with it. In doing so we discovered two fine old gentlemen who have given their
attention and support to Fox.
Lish Cross and Tom Blevins, for your undying spirit, your support and your friendly
ways, we dedicate this annual to you.
Lish Cross has lived in this community 73 years. Now at 75 he is still very active
and attends nearly all activities at Fox. lle and his wife, Rosa, have raised a boy and a
girl and have seen them attain their education here at Fox. His daughter, Marie Lelleau,
is now teaching the second grade here. Not only has he helped his children get an ed-
ucation but he has stood behind his three grandchildren and helped them graduate.
Equally active at 73 is Tom Blevins. lle moved to this community in 1917 and he and
his wife, Lizzie, have raised six sons and one daughter. The boys attended school at
Fox and were members of the football team. Four of these sons still live in this commu-
nity and all take part in most school activities.
The grandchildren of Tom and Lizzie have been top honor students. Many maintained
straight A's throughout high school. Tom Blevins was always behind them giving them
support whenever they needed it.
Most of the students here know and love these two YOUNG foxes. From them comes
the spirit which in the past and the future will always be Fox's greatest asset.
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In 1956 the Fox School cafeteria was erected. Its designer was Miss Virginia Sheffield. Carl Buck was Superintend-
ent. Members of the Board of Education were Otha McGlasson, H. B. Ward, jess Phipps, Wylie Dixon, and -I. D.
This building houses equipment and two separate football dressing rooms. It was erected in 1953. The Fox campus
consists of twelve buildings, which are grade school, junior high, senior high, vocational agriculture, industrial arts,
vocational welding, garage, cafeteria, audio visual, Fox Den, band- home economics- science department, and
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Carl Buck has been superintendent of Fox Schools for the past ten years and a member of the faculty
for twenty-seven years. He has traveled to New York City on several occassions to attend School Masters
Committees. His last trip was made in October.
Our school leaa'ers leaa' tbe way
to evefy stuclentis' future
Miss Virginia Shef-
despensible job in
She has many respon-
sibilities and duties
and handles all of
Fox School has an in-
our s c h o ol system.
Board of Education
Jess Phipps Wylie Dixon
j.D. Garrett ll.B. Ward
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CARI. ROBLYER has a great
responsibility as principal of
Fox High School. He spends
much time counseling with
students about their various
MERLE WATSON has been principal of grade school
for the past eight years. In addition he teaches
fifth and sixth grade math. Although he has many
duties he stillfinds time foreach individual student
MABEL BADLEY .... B.A. Degree . . . . OEA . . . . teaches first
grade .... 15 years at Fox . . . . her interest is cooking and hobby
HARRY CHEADLE .... B.S. and Masters Degree .... OEA ....
High school football coach .... teaches history and drivers educa-
tion .... lOth grade sponsor .... his hobby is hunting .... two
years at Fox.
MARY F. CHEADLE .... B.F.A. in Public School Music . . . .
Member of OEA . . . . sponsors sixth grade . . . . two years at Fox
. . . . her interest is music and hobby is sewing.
JASON FRIZZELL .... B.S. Degree .... teaches History and
shop .... 8th grade physical education .... High school girls and
boys basketball .... assistant football coach .... 9th grade spon-
sor .... sponsors Coin Club .... his hobby is hunting .... two
years at Fox.
OLA FOX . . . . B.A. Degree . . . . OEA and NEA . . . . teaches 4th
grade . . . . sixteen years at Fox . . . . her interest is her grand-
THELMA B. GARRETT .... B.S. Degree . . . . OEA and NEA . . .
teaches fifth grade and High school arts . . . . 18 years at Fox . .
her hobbies are sewing, art, and cooking.
ANNIE LEE KERLEY .... B.A. Degree .... OEA .... teaches
junior High and fifth grade English and General Business .... two
years at Fox .... her interest is newspaper writing and hobby is
MARGIE MARZENE HINES .... B.S. Degree .... OEA, NEA,
OHEA, and OVA .... teaches Home Economics .... sponsors
Future l-lomemakers of America .... one year at Fox .... her in-
terest is music and hobbies are sewing and reading.
RAYMOND W KIRKPATRICK .... B.S. Degree in Agriculture . . . .
OEA, NEA, NVA, and AVA . . . . sponsors F.F.A. and Agriculture
Club . . . . 6 years at Fox . . . . his interest is his family.
MARIE LEBEAU .... B.S. Degree . . . . OEA and NEA . . . .
teaches 2nd grade . . . . sixteen years at Fox . . . . her hobby is
JAMES LINDSEY .... B.A. Degree in instrumental music ....
OEA .... Red Red Rose .... OMEA instrumental and vocal music
. . . .sponsors juniors and Music Club . . . . 2 years at Fox . . . .
his hobbies are fishing and bowling.
LORA FRANCES MAYNARD .... B.A. and A.B. Degree . . . .
teaches 7th grade . . . . 10 years at Fox . . . . her interest is poli-
NANN MCCREARY .... B.S. Degree . . . . NEA and OEA . . . .
sponsors Business Club, Annual Staff, and Senior Class . . . . I
year at Fox.
RUSSELL ANDREW MCCREARY .... B.S. and S.S.C ..... OEA
and NEA .... junior High Coach .... teaches American and World
History .... sponsors eighth grade .... 5 years at Fox . .... his
hobbies are fishing and hunting and his interest is sports.
IVA MERRILL .... A.B. Masters from AB . . . . teaches 9th and
10th grade English . . . . 9th grade sponsor . . . . one year at Fox
. . . . her hobby is working puzzles.
RUTH A. NORVILL . . B.S. Degree . . . . OEA and NEA . . . .
teaches fifth grade . . . . I1 years at Fox . . . . her hobbies are
reading, cooking, and teaching.
JAMES NEIL ODGEN .... B.S. Degree .... OEA .... Red Red
Rose and A.B.C ..... teaches General Science, Biology, and Chem-
istry . . . sponsors Senior Class and Chemistry Club .... ll years
at Fox .... his hobbies are fishing and bowling.
LELAND ELDAN O'NEAL .... AB Degree .... majors in English
and History .... OEA and NEA .... teaches journalism and
junior and Senior English .... 6 years as a missionary .... 4
years at Fox .... his hobby is golf.
WILKEY SYVILIA O'NEAL . . . . B.S. Degree . . . . OEA and NEA
. . . . 4 years at Fox . . . . her hobby is Homemaking.
JUANITA B. SKELTON .... B.S. and Master of Education ....
Member of OEA .... teaches jr. High Math .... sponsors eighth
grade and Better Manners Club .... Seven years at Fox .... her
hobby is reading.
'D G. SKELTON .... B.S. and M.A. Degree . . . . Smith
EA, NEA, OVA, and AVA . . . . teaches industrial
ocational welding, and drafting.
-EY MAXINE STILLEY .... B.S. .... OEA .... teaches
grade . . . . one year at Fox . . . . her hobby is reading.
,GE W. TAYLOR .... M.A. Degree .... OEA and NEA ....
es Geometry and Algebra I and II .... sponsors 10th grade
uture Teachers Club .... his hobbies are reading and football
. one year at Fox.
' LOU TAYLOR .... B.S. Degree . . . . OEA . . . . teaches
grade . . . . one year at Fox . . . . her hobby is art.
JE F. TROOP .... B.S. Degree . . . . Ol-EA . . . teaches fourth
. . . . 24 years at Fox . . . . her hobbies are reading, cooking,
JKIE WARDEN .... B.A. Degree . . . . OEA . . . . teaches
id grade . . . . four years at Fox . . . . her hobby is reading.
RACE JO WATSON .... B.S. and Masters Degree . . . . OEA
. teaches third grade . . . . nine years at Fox . . . . her hobby
teaches sixth grade grade school principal
,E EDWARD WATSON .... B.S. and Masters Degree. . . OEA,
years at Fox . . . . his hobbies are hunting and fishing.
Science teacher, james Ogden, and English teacher,
Leland O'Neal, sit down on the job to catch a few restful
w moments at noon.
MAINTIZNANCE MEN. Boots Taylor, Cardova Morse, Roscoe O'Dell, and Tom Iloggard get their daily reports from
Mr. Buck each morning. These men are jacks-of-all-trades. They help everyone from the student to the superintendent.
o-workers are the backbone o our school
CAlf'I'liRlA WOMEN- Mrs. McClain, Mrs. jackson, Mrs. Perdue, Mrs. Creel, Mrs. Norvill, and Mrs. Wood, the head
cook, not pictured, work long hours to prepare meals for our student body and faculty. They help to make each meal
more pleasant with their friendly personalities.
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Student bus drivers are Kenneth Tivis, Bob Paul, Charles
Kenyon, and Frank Shebester. N0t in the picture are George
Cheves, Robert Eason, and Bryant Harmon. Their jobs are
a very important part of Fox School.
Student Bus Drivem
Eleven buses carry approximately 600 students to and from school each day. They cover an area of 180 square
miles in our independent district 474. Each bus has a seating capacity of 48 to 66 and costs from 34,500 to
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cheerleaders lead yells in pep assembly.
A group of high school boys seem to be discussing
something while Mickey Benton and Dale Wood pose
for the camera.
Paula liarrick, Norma lloggalrd, and Linda Sturdivant
sing "Our Ole Fox High School" in pep assembly.
Terry Props! has his eye on something as everyone
else is enjoying the annual Hand Carnival.
Seventh graders, Marie Fore, Linda limberlin, Linda
Spencer, and Charlene Ruth, swap talk during the
This quartet consists of Seniors, Vivian Cline, Imo-
gene Morse, Sandra Irwin, and Joyce Walker.
Roy Rogers and Dale Evans turned out to be Donna
Wells and Joe Skelton. They are in typical Western
The Lone Ranger rides again! Mr. O'Nea.l stepped
out in western garb on Western Day. The students
really appreciated this.
Bunny Hill, Johnny Powell, Linda Irwin, Ronnie
Thomas, Tommy Worsham, and Peggy Griffin combine
studing and courting during the noon hour.
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These smiling faces are those of first grades out on
the play ground. Intelligent looking, aren't they?
The first grade was divided into three classes
under Mrs. Mabel Badley, Mrs. George Taylor and
Miss Shirley Stilley.
Carol Nell Kems, Rebecca Lewis and Kay Jack-
son were nominated for grade echo queens. Rebecca
Lewis won the race and reigns as Grade Echo Queen.
First Semester Honor Roll students were Jimmie
Kay Jackson, Patsy Mefford, Michael Harris, Joe
Dan Skelton, Ronnie Lee Worsham, Mary Kay Scaggs,
Henry Ray Norton, Rebecca Lewis, Judith Dodd,
Deborah Shafer, Janice Sturdivant, Stanley Williams,
Kathy Dixon, Gaylin Eason, Karen Griffin, Carol
Nell Kerns, Pamela Moody, Lecia Tinsley.
The three classes presented "Mother Goose" as
their assembly program.
Parties were held at Christmas, Valentines Day,
Easter and after the first grade play.
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the unknown with hope and bard work.
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Robert Jimmy Carlma Phillip Robert
Bass Blevins Bloodworthu Boswell Butler
Kinny Gaylene Kathy Judith Deborah
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Larry Billy Kay Patricia Carol Rebecca
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Patsy Johnny Tony Pamela Ricky Theresa
Mefford Melton Melton Moody Morse Moss
Dallas jimmy Mary Travis Mary Deborah
Poteet Richardson Roach Rue Scaggs Shafer
Janice Rita Barbara Tommy Lecia Billy
Sturdivant Tankersley Thompson Thompson Tinsley Trout
Tuawana Stanley Ronnie Bill Donna Ira
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and Mrs. Warden enjoyed a very exciting year.
Deana Byford and Patty Hilliard were chosen to
run for Grade Echo Queen.
Q The Second Grade presented a very enjoyable
i play in the spring. Irs theme was "Springtime."
First Semester Honor Roll students were Patty
Hilliard, Charles Dickerson, Ward Fellabaum, Melvin
Pennington, jackie Warsham, Artie Zemial, Linda
Bailey, Debby Dunn, Donna Mefford, janet Skelton,
Deana Byford, Danny Moss, Pamela Davis, and Donna
Mothers provided refreshments at the Christmas,
Valentines Day,Easter, and Play parties.
Second grade students, Debbie Newman, jerry Car'
penter, Patty Hilliard, and Danny Moss, line up for
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Kay jackie Linda Barbara David
Acree Addington Bailey Barnett Bloodworth
Billy Rich ard Deana jerry Bobby 1
Burton Butler Byford Carpenter Davis
Sandy Charles jane Benny Don
Dennis Dickerson Dilbeck Dixon Dodd
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Lahman Mcfflanahan N1efford Moss Nelson Newman Newman
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U'Dell Owens Owens Pennington Perdue Ragsdale Reynolds
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sponsors. Darla Ree Griffin and Janice Probert were
annual queen candidates.
Those on the semester honor roll were Doyle Mc-
Alister, Mickey Shrader, Tina Dunman, Patricia
Harris, Sue Mullins, Janice Probert, Ronnie Gee,
Jack Woulfe, Darla Griffin, Elizabeth Perdue, Jamie
Reed, Joveta Schreiber, Brenda Seals, Becky Single-
ton, and Karen Thompson.
First semester perfect attendance include these
students: Roger Frizzell, Doyle McAlister, Michael
Shrader, Jimmie Williams, Sharon Eason, Tina Dun-
man, Kathy Griffin, Linda Jones, June Morse, Janice
Probert, Venitta Ross, and Dorothy Stephens.
Highlights of the year were the Christmas Party,
Valentine's Day party, the annual Easter egg hunt,
and the class play. Mothers furnished refreshments
at all these events.
Mrs. Watson's and Mrs. O'Neal's classes were enioy-
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Carolyn David Donna Dolana 'I'erry Linda
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Pat Doyle Mary Dnvitl june Sue
Kirkpatrick McAlister Morris Nlorse Morse Mullins
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Mrs. Ola Fox and Mrs. Maude Troop brought their Fourth Grade classes through the year with flying
Latreesa Eaves and joy Worsham were nominated for Echo Queens.
First semester honor roll students were Steve Dilbeck, Gary Don Garrett, Ricky Roach, Beverly
Dickerson, julia jones, joquita Shirley, Wanda Webb, Louise Barrick, Shirley Roles, Jimmie Dale
Gallop, Eddie Gee, Charles Stallcup, Deborah Powell, Carolyn Virgen, Juanita Trammell, Ernie Zerinal
and Maratha jones.
Three plays were presented this year. The two classes combined to present "Life of a Football
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Mitchell Morse O'Neal
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year of school for the fifth graders with Miss Norvill
and Mrs. Garrett as their homeroom sponsors.
Carol Melton was chosen echo candidate from
Miss Norvill's homeroom and Sharon Ponder was
chosen from Mrs. Garrett' s.
Fifth graders with perfect attendance are: Mike
Kirkpatrick, jimmy Ogden, Barry Boles, Freddy Tins-
ley, Gareld Wiley, Paulla Collier, janis Griffith,
Judy Hoggard, Frances McClain, Fredda McClain,
Mildred Paul, Thomas Blevins, Millege Doyal, Larry
Sisco, Ronny Sisco, Robert Stewart, Carol Acree,
Josephine Biggs, Carol Melton, and Kathy Penuel.
In December both fifth grade homerooms presen-
ted "Windows of Christmas," an operetta in two acts.
Watercolors, crayons, terpera paints and nature
plaques made art a very enjoyable subiect. Indian
pottery was made from molding clay that was baked
and painted with enamel paint.
Fufth grude hits, grim! the future
high school just uheud,
Gail joquetta Danny josephine Katherine N' 4, '
Arnold Baily Barnett Biggs Blackerby i""
Vernon Marie Louranna Delbert Ettie '
Bridgman Briscoe Briscoe Capehart Capehart
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Mrs. Harry Cheadle prepared for graduation in May.
jo Lee Cheadle and Betty Gillespie were nomi-
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Mr. Watson's officers were Presidentg Jimmy
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Treasurerg jo Lee Cheadle, Reporter, Darlene Dil-
beck, Songleaderg jack Wi1bur,Librariansg Suzanne
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jones, Vice-Presidentg Doris Blevins, Secretaryg
Diana Selby, Songleaderg Gearldine Corsaut, Report-
erg jane Worsham.
In November the sixth grade presented a very
enjoyable play centered around a patriotic theme.
Members of the sixth grade accompanied soloists
with a liberty chorus. Several readings, poems and
songs made it one of the best plays ofthe year.
The Sixth Grade is practicing on their assembly pro-
gram which was presented on Open House Day.
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in ez new crew for graduation.
Quincy Doris Marilyn Ronald Charlene Roy Richard
Allen Blevins Burton Byrd Cantrell Castleberry Chase
jo Lee Bernice Geraldine Robert Sandra Sharon jimmy
Cheadle Collins Corsut Cuff Davenport DeArmond Denny
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Patsy Gail Donna Cleta Suzanne Ramona Sue
llnzhorn Iloggard Holder Hurst Jennings jones Kettlewell
jeanne Maxine Marie Diane Clinton Sharon Carol
Lindsey Mefford Melton Moody Owens Owens Pate
MHC Ruby Thomas Terry Larry Alice Sonia
Paul Pierce Price l'ropst Reynolds Risenhoover Robinson
Dennis Linda Shelia Diana Melvin Shirley Marilyn
Rue Sam Schreiber Selby Shebester Taylor Thompson
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GRADE BAND. Row 1: Diane Moody, Suzanne Jennings, Maxine Mefford, Kathy Penuel, Pamela Probert, Mildred
Paul, Sonia Robinson, Marilyn Sue Thompson, jane Worsham, jo Lee Cheadle, Terri Carol Pate. Row 2: Fredda
McClain, Sharon Ponder, Frances McClain, Bernice Collins, Carol Acree, Gary Wiley, Ruby Pierce, Clinton Owens,
dra Davenport, jimmy Doyal, jack Wilburn, Billy Williams, Ronald Raper, Mike Kirkpatrick, Freddie Tinsley,
y Clour, Odis Mefford, Freddie Haragan, Guy Lauderback. Row 3: jimmy Godfrey, Mac Paul, Terry Propst,
incy Allen, Dianne Nix, Paula Kay Collier, Gail Amold, jimmy Denny, Thomas Price, Patsy Hathorn, David
ss, Larry Perdue, Larry Reynolds, Millege Doyal, jimmy Ragsdale, Butch Wiley, Richard Chase, Sharon Wood.
The Pride of Fox Grade School
FOURTH GRADE BAND. Row 1: Sue Acree, jennifer Pate, Deborah Powell, Cherie Clour, Nancy McClain, Linda
Doyal, Rita Raper, LaTreesa Eaves. Row 2: Katherine McKee, Wally Winters, joy Worsham, Charles Stallcup, Billy
Ray Smith, Carolyn Virgen, Brenda Knutson, Muriel Cantrell, Clay Harris, Alan Ponder, Kenneth jones, Larry
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Our echo edited by
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Wooldridge, Marianne James, Sharon Lewis, Rita Farris, Mrs. McCreary, Sponsor, Mollie
Coaly, Herschel Randolph, Sandra Irwin, Bobby Bray. SEATED: Janice Blevins, Editor.
"Our Echo" Staff of 1959
Janice Blevins sold 340 copies in the Fall Annual Sales campaign. This total
was the largest number to be sold in several years. The theme of "Our Echo" was oil. It was the aim
of the Annual Staff to show the history and the relationship between oil and our school. Considerable
research and hard work went into this book before the last deadline was met March 15.
Janice Blevins, lfditor, and Mrs. McCreary check lay- Rocille Wooldridge, Assistant Editor, Sandra Irwin,
outs for the annual.
Business Manager, and Mollie Allen, Assistant Editor
were a big help in producing this year's annual.
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FOX FLASH STAFF. Sue liams, Anne Wylie, Peggy Byram, Peggy Majors, Lou O'Neal, Mr. O'Nealg Sponsor, jo
Welcher, Rocille Wooldridge, Rita Barnett, Mollie Allen, Sandra Irwin, Janice Blevins, Bobby Bray. SISATED: Co-
liditorg Koleen Moss, and llerschel Randolphg Editor.
Extra! Extra! Fox Flash
With the new AB. Dick memeograph machine, the Fox Flash has published 19 papers with a bi-weekly
circulation of 260. The Staff under the sponsorship of Leland O'Neal has attended two paper workshops
at the l'niversity of Oklahoma, one in the fall and one in the spring. Representing the student body in
their wants and needs and to bring the news to all school attendants has been the aim of the Fox Flash
l-Iditor, llerschel Randolph, and Assistant Editor, Barbara Blackburn, Rocille Wooldridge, and Kenneth
Koleen Moss, look over the latest edition of the Tivis, admire the new mimeograph machine purchased
Fox Flash. this year.
FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA. Seated: June Ifdelen, Novella Reed, Jo Welcher, Pat Kunkel, Judy Worsham,
Ann Crabb, Judy Morris. ROW lg Judy Godfrey, Jessie Vernon, Jane Holmes, Zelma Hawthorne, Janice Blevins,
Sharon Dudley, Jan Measles, Carolyn Dudley, Mary James, Carolyn Rozzell, Rocille Wolldridge, Koleen Moss,
Phyllis James, Elizabeth Tivis, Sharon Johnson, Sue Franks, Carolyn Skelton, Susie llerndon, Kay Bobbitt.
ROW 2: Ann Stallcup, Nancy Ward, Mary Reynolds, Nancy Hair, Linda Sturdivant, Evelyn Barrick, Norma Hoggard,
Carlene Morris, Betty Evans, Madeania Hughes, Gwendolyn Johnson, Renee Roblyer, Betty Hill, Barbara Jackson,
Rita Barnett, Barbara Blackburn, Gueleta Lauderback, Joan Griffith, Judy Ruth, Miss Hines, Sponsor. ROW 3: Ruth
Clark, Barbara Stewart, Donna Walk, Mary Godfrey, Rita Farris, Lawanna Lookingbill, Peggy Byram, Barbara Adding-
ton, Joan Coaly, Rose Nell LeBeau, Anita Emberlin, Sarah Ward, Peggy Majors, Linda Benton, Mollie Allen, Sandra
Owens, Jan Collins, Doris Perkins, Nancy Knutson. ROW 4: Linda Castleberry, Sue liams, Glenda Jennings, Jackie
Clark, Annette Owens, Janet Riley, Barbara lloggard, Sharon l.ewi s, Mary Cook, Sandra Jones, Marjorie Richardson,
Betty Raper, Shirley Price, Kathy Boswell, Judy Knipe, Barbara Bridgeman, Elaine Gallop, Joan Harmon, Carolyn
F H A looks toward new horizons
Jan Collins sings the "l.ord's Prayer" at the FHA New officers are: Pat Kunkel, Joyce Walker, Beverly
Installation. Crabb, June Edelen, Judy Morris, Judy Worsham,
Novella Reed, and Jo Welcher.
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FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA. Seated: Robert Eason, Dennis Camp, jimmy Sanders, j. l'aul johnson.
ROW 1: Edward Pennington, Iiilly Coekran, Ralph Kettlewell, Clyde Quick, jim Paul, Larry Ilaney, Dale Tivis, Alvin
Gordon, Calvin Gordon, Raymond Kirkpatrick, Sponsor. ROW 2: Gary Smith, Mickey Addington, Danny Griffin, Gary
Reynolds, Nelson Dixon, liddie Maiors, Gary Woulfe, Mike Dixon, Richard Boswell. ROW 3: Bill jackson, David
Thompson, Gerald Gallop, Elmer Kennedy, Bob Paul, Marvin Calger, lirnest Parks, Don Walker, Iloward Blevins,
Denton Merrill. ROW 4: Mike Thompson, Raymond Srallcup, Terrell Stevenson, Larry johnson, David Wariner, Tommy
Blackerby, johnny Richardson, Roy Stevenson, Warren Davenport, Clifton Altom, jerry Bob Briscoe, jerry Doyle.
F F A if learning to al, doing to learn,
earning to live living to serve
The Soil judging team consists of Gary Reynolds, lirnest
Parks, Robert Eason, Dennis Camp, and Sponsor, Raymond
Kirkpatrick. The team won first place in the Noble Founda-
tion Soil judging Contest at Ardmore. The team is also
high in Stock raising, winning third at the County Live
stock judging Contest.
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The Pride of Fox High School
BAND. Row l: june lfdelen, Sharon Dunn, Rose Nell LeBeau, Mary Reynolds, Mary jane Godfrey, janet Measles,
Sharon Dudley, Glenda jennings, Cfarlene Morris, Madeania llughes, Sarah Ward. Row 2: Kay Wright, Ciarol Scifres,
Margaret Moss, Betty Berkley, CQhristine Virgen, Terry Frizzell, Gerry Mcfilasson, Larry liams, Sandra Owens, jane
Woulfc, Barbara Stewart, Nancy Ward, janet Riley, Susie Herndon, Mike Dixon, Renee Rohlyer. Row 3: jerry Lemley,
,lim Harmon, lra jim McKee, Ralph Cfross, lfddie Wiley, lfugene Morris, lidward Pennington, Kenny Rolwlyer, David
Mcfflain, lfddie Maiors, Richard Boswell, Kenton Merrill, Gary Smith, Ginger Roach, Peggy Griffin, jerrie jones,
Cfnrolyn Majors, jan Collins, Mike Dixon, Kerry lfisher, jimmy Sullivan, Sonny Lyons. Row fi: Ruhy Doyal, l.ynn
Stnllcup, Annette Owens, judy Morris, Betty llill, Beverly Crabb, Mike Slagle, Barhara Ciroover.
CHORUS. ROW 1: jackie Herndon, Margaret Moss, Carolyn Dudley, Gwendolyn johnson, Mary Godfrey, Sharon john-
son, Barbara Stewart, Novella Reed, Renee Roblyer, Sarah Ward, Susie Herndon, Betty Berkley, Christine Virgen,
Donna Garrett, Madeania Hughes, jo Welcher, Charlotte Alderson, judy Godfrey. ROW 2: Mary Reynolds, Cfarlc-ne
Morris, Pat Kunkel, Sharon Lewis, Carolyn Wheat, Glenda jennings, Kay Wright, judy Worsham, jan Collins, lletty
Walk, janet Riley, june lidelen, Linda Taylor, Sue Iiams, Annette Owens, Barbara Groover, Betty Hill, Lawanna
Lookingbill, Carol Scifres, Linda Black. ROW 33 Ifdward Pennington, Ralph Kettlewell, johnny Powell, Gary Smith,
Gerry McGlasson, Larry Haney, Kenneth O'Neal, Ronald Thomas, Mike Slagle, jim Mcliee, Goodrich Lyons, Gary
Reynolds, Rob Paul, Dewey lilledge, j. Paul johnson, Rose Nell LeBeau, judy Morris, james Lindsey, Sponsor.
RCW 41 Larry liams, Mike Dixon, Nelson Dixon, Larry johnson, lid Martin, Dennis Camp, Gary DeArunond, 'llmmrny
Dlaclcerby, Bryant Harmon, Paul Groover, jerry Lemley, Chester Anderson, joe Fellabaum, jim Harmon, Robert
Eason, jim Sanders.
bam! group boasts 71 members
jamesLindsey, chorus director, directs the 71 member Sarah Ward accompanies the chorus at the piano
vocal group in an early morning practice. Sarah is a sophomore.
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jUNIOR HIGH STUDENT COUNCIL. Seated: Mary Godfrey, Larry Haney, Treasurer, Linda Blevins, Secretary, jim
Paul, President, Harold Williams, Vice President, Ronald Thomas, Barbara Groover. Standing: Mrs. Skelton, Sponsor,
Ronny Davenport, Scotty Reed, jimmy Sullivan, julia Coaly, Peggy Griffin.
Student Councils leud student body.
HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT COUNCIL. Seated: Janet Riley, Madeania Hughes, Dale Wood, Vice President, Donna
Garrett, Treasurer, joe Skelton, President, Lawanna Lookingbill, Secretary, Mickey Benton, Donna Wells. Standing:
Carl Roblyer, Sponsorg Larry Iiams, Val Wood, Dennis Camp, Susie Herndon.
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jUNIOR HIGH ATHLETIC CLUB. Row l: joe Mitchell, Rudy Harris, joe Woulfe, jerry Richardson, Kerry Fisher,
Billy Cochran, Dean Kennedy, George Morse, Buddy Reynolds, Albert Young, Kenny Roblyer. Row 2: Sam Iloggard,
john Williams, Stanley Penuel, Larry Harmon, Bobby Gillespy, Tommy Worsham, Glen Celcer, johnny Powell, jimmy
Sullivan, Richard Fosbury, Eddie Wiley, Larry joe johnson. Row 3: Tommy Blackerby, Glendale Collins, Darrel
Barnett, Billy Morse, Lee Oller, Larry Haney, jim Paul, Cecil Glazer, llarold Williams, jimmy Melton, Leon Adding-
ton, Billy Sturdivant. Row 4: Richard Boswell, Richard Taylor, Raymond Stallcup, David Thompson, Charles Edwards,
Richie Shrader, Danny Griffin, Ronald Thomas, james Ratliff, Mr. Russell McCreary, Sponsor.
Athletic Clubs build slbortsmansbqb.
VARSITY CLUB. Row I: Claudius Mullins, Clyde Quick, Gary Woulfe, Howard Blevins, Larry johnson, jerry Briscoe,
Gerry McGlasson. Row 2: Dennis Camp, Mickey Benton, George Cheeves, jim Sanders, Elmer Kennedy, lirnest Park s,
Ronnie Hollingsworth, joe Fellabaum, Gary Reynolds, Mike Thompson. Row 3: David Mariner, Billy jackson, Richard
Black, Dale Woods, Larry Dilbeck, Val Woods, Bob Paul, Phillip Cross. Row 4: joe Skelton, Dewey Elledge, Chuck
Celcer, Tommy Blackerby, Charles Kenyon, Chester Anderson, Charles Appling, Marvin Calger, Mr. Harry Cheadle,
4-H CLUB. Row 1: Linda Emberlin, Glenda Brown, Verna Bailey, Sherrie Tankersly, Jerry Jones, Charlene Ruth,
Ruby Doyle, Sharon Dudley, Wanda Quick, Jackie Herndon, Lou O'Neal, Larry Joe Johnson, Ronny Davenport, Joyle
Lindsey, Glen Hurst, Gary Martin, Jerry Smith, Jerry Henderson, Sammy Hoggard, Carolyn Dudley. Row 2: Carolyn
Wheat, Harley Stewart, Jerry Bloodworth, Morris Allen, Teddy Warren, Danny Chase, Barbara Groover, Carol Scifres,
Betty Berkley, Christine Virgin, Sue Ratliff, Betty Christian, Nelda Boles, Carolyn Skelton, Rita Barnett, Barbara
Blackburn, Mary Reynolds, Pat Kunkel, Renee Roblyer, Miss Hines, Sponsor. Row 3: Joe Woulfe, Lois Doyal, Linda
Spencer, Linda Black, Glenda Jennings, Nelda Kay Lewis, Carlene Morris, Kathy Gee, Ann Owens, Kenton Merrill,
Glendell Collins, Richard Boswell, Berverly Crabb, Judy Warsham, Billy Morris, Tommy Hair, Walter Crabb, Anne
Stallcup. Row 4: Kay Wright, Spencer Cline, Allen Cook, Richard Nelson, Sarah Ward, Ruth Clark, Nancy Knutson,
Doris Perkins, Judy Morris, Sandra Jones, Annetta Owens, Kenneth Tivis, Carolyn Johnson, Katherine Boswell,
Kenneth Reynolds, Charles Johnson, Roy Brown, Raymond Stallcup, Jerry Lemley.
ox boasts two 4-H Clubs.
GRADE 4-H. Row 1: Terry Ward, Phillip Fosbury, Mike Kirkpatrick, Terri Pate, Robbie Emberlin, Sharon Ponder,
Mary Davis, Kathy Penuel, Diana Nix, Sherri Newman, Judy Hoggard, Donna Holder, Diana Selby, Gail Arnold,
Sharon Rue, Ronny Sisco, Winford Wood, Ronnie Byrd, Robert Stewart, Jimmy Odgen, Freddy Tinsley, Larry Tanker
sly, David Cross. Row 2: Merle Watson, Sponsor, Jimmy Griffith, Sandra Davenport, Jane Worsham, Mildred Paul,
Pricilla Wiley, Gail Hoggard, Marilyn Burton, Sharon Wood, Paula Kay Collier, Linda Sam, Fredda McClain, Linda
Griffith, Barbara Chatham, Carol Acree, Dennis Rue, Terry Propst, Verne Evens, Larry Sisco, Jack Wilburn, Ronnie
Fletcher, Jimmy Denny, Mary Cheadle, Sponsor. Row 3: Tommy Blevins, Guy Lauderback, Billie Briscoe, Geraldine
Corsaut, Sue Wright, Frances McClain, Katherine Blackerby, Patsy Hathorn, Marie Melton, Louranna Briscoe, Sonia
Robinson, Rodney Jones, Barry Boles, Quincy Allen, Richard Chase, Roy Castleberry. Row 4: Larry Reynolds, Mac
Paul, Jerry Gordon, Clinton Owens, Dilbeck Capehart, Melvin Wilkins, Thomas Price, Ronald Raper, Bernice Collins,
Jo Lee Cheadle, Charlena Cantrell, Betty Gillespie, Shirley Taylor, Diana Moody, Marilyn Sue Thompson, Billy
Williams, Vernon Bridgman, Butch Wiley, Danny Dunn, Jimmy Ragsdale, Gary Wiley, Virgle Adams, Freddy llaragan,
FU'l'URli 'I'lfAClIliRS OF AMERICA. Row 1: Alice Armstrong, jane llolmes, Jessie Vernon, Sharon Iiobbitt, liliza-
beth Tivis. Row 2: Linda Sturdivant, Norma lloggard, joan Coaly, Barbara Stewart. Row 3: Sharon Gillaspy, Marjorie
Richardson, Gerildean Mitchell, Barbara Hoggard, Mary Cook, Elaine Gallop, Nora Dickerson. Row 41 Alvin Gordon,
Calvin Gordon, liddie Majors, Gary Gage, Mike Dixon, George Taylor, Sponsor.
Agriculture . . . Future Teaches
AGRICULTURIC. Row 1: Gary Smith, Robert Eason, J. Paul johnson, Nelson Dixon, Ralph Kettlewell, Glen Tivig.
Row 2: Gerald Gallup, David Wariner, Bob Paul, Elmer Kennedy, Marvin Calger, Terrall Stevenson. Row 3: jerry
Doyal, Raymond Kirkpatrick, Sponsor, Johnny Richardson, Roy Stevenson.
BUSINESS CLUB. Row I: Mary
james, Rocille Wooldridge, Janice
lllevins, Mollie Allen. Row 2: Mrs.
Nlcffreary, Sponsor, Rita Farris,
Sandra Irwin, jo Ellen Gee. Row 3:
Sharon Lewis, Sue Iiams, Vivian
Cline, Imogene Morse.
INSTRUMIZNTAL MUSIC CLUB. Row
I: Peggy Griffin, David McClain,
Ginger Roach, Edward Pennington,
Walter Crabb. Row 2: janet Measles,
june Edelen, Rose Nell LeBeau,
jan Collins, james Lindsey, Sponsor.
SCIENCE CLUB. Row I: Donna
Garrett, Herschel Randolph, Susie
llerndon, james Ogden, Spon sor.
Row 2: D o n al d Ilathorn, Warren
Davenport, David Ferris,Bobby Bray,
SPI-IICCII CLUB. Row l: Mary Bailey, judy
Godfrey, Delores Briscoe. Row. 2: Donna
Walk, Mary jane Godfrey, Madeama Hughes,
Gwendolyn johnson. Row 3: Betty Raper,
Anita limberlin, Sandra Owens, Linda Ben-
ton, Mrs. Merrill, Sponsor. ROW 4: D011
Walker, Paul Groover, Leonard Bauer, Betty
Walk, janet Riley, Betty Hill.
COIN CiOI.I.liCf'l'ORS CLUB. ROW lg
Carolyn Majors, Carol Hill, Lynn Stall-
cup, Margaret Moss. Row 2: Terry
Frizzell, jo Welcher, Koleen Moss,
Derrel Tivis, liddie Woods. Row Kg
Zelma Hathorn, Linda Taylor, Kenneth
O'Neal, jason Frizzell, Sponsor. Row
4: Mike Slagle, Sonny Lyons, Lewis
Robinson, Roger Mcl.eroy.
HOBBY CLUB. Row l: Mickey Addington, Francis Fletcher, Lois Skelton, Lewis Tankersley, Troy McGehee. Row
2: Peggy Majors, Lawanna Lookingbill, Peggy Byram, Beverly Crabb, Miss Kerley, Sponsor.
Hobby Club . . . Office Staff
OITFICIC STAFF. Koleen Moss, jo Welcher, Donna Garrett, Barbara Groover, Janice Blevins, Lawanna Lookingbill
Linda Taylor, Herschel Randolph, Sandra Irwin, Mollie Allen.
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Vickie Porter, Lynn llurst. Row 2: Charles Griffith, Billy Griffith, Julia Coaly, Kenneth Boles, Faye Capehart,
Robert Morgan, Carl Biggs, Scotty Reed. Row 3: Linda Crabtree, Carolyn Madison, Linda Blevins, Labeth llunman,
Marie Fore, Sherian Barnes, Linda Irwin, Marcia Dunman.
Better Manners . . . Varlety
VARIETY CLUB. Row 1: Betty Bvens, Jackie Clark, Wanda Biggs, Barbara Addington, Carolyn Rozzell. Row 2
Linda Castleberry, Mary Dilbeck, Judy Ruth, Shirley Price, Phyllis James. Row 3: Joan Griffith, Jane Vboulfe,
Sharon Johnson, Barbara Jackson, Miss Maynard, Sponsor. Row 4: Nancy Hair, Barbara Bridgeman, Judy McGehee
Judy Knipe, Gueleta Lauderback.
Seniorg Chester, Gary Dee, Lawanna, Peggy,
jerry Hoh, and Ronnie enjoy the lunch hour.
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Renne Robyler and june Eclelen, seem
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Ward accompanies them.
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to cut in on Phillip Marshall and Linda
Judy Worsham and Kenneth Tivis relax on
the pipes during noon time.
Mr. Frizzell is stepping high while being
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Robert Eason seems to be mad at the
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Hurrah! The football team is being
rewarded by a dinner after another
Sue Iiams and jo Ellen Gee pose to
have their pictures taken while Janice
Blevins seems to have another interest
looking around the campus.
The Girls' Glee Club under the direction'of
Mt, Lindsey are here during their daily
Working hard are: Mr. Cheadle, Mr. Kirk-
patrick, Mr. Odgen, and Mr. Watson.
jimmy Sanders and Mt. Buck can always
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6 - B Conference
The Fox Foxes won the 6-B Conference this year and boasted a
record of seven wins in ten games. Coach Harry Cheadle was voted
"Coach of the Year" by The Daily Ardmorite. This was his second
year at Fox and his first year as head coach. His assistants were
jason Frizzell and Lloyd Skelton.
The Foxes had six seniors picked for the All District Team this
year. They were chosen by the coaches in the conference. The boys
were Bob Paul, Gary Reynolds, jimmySanders, Chester Anderson, Charles
Kenyon, and joe Skelton. Dale Wood was the only junior from the three
schools to be picked for the team. Charles Appling, Ronnie Hollings-
worth, Phillip Cross, Paul Groover, jerry Briscoe, and joe Fellabaum,
seniors, were also lettered.
With the help of the students, teachers, the public, five girls who
were cheerleaders, and most of all the 33 boys on the football team
made it one of the most successful seasons in recent years.
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JUNIIOR HIGH. ROW 1: Gary '-Iartin, Tommy Worsham, Larry Haney, Harold Williams, johnny Powell, Glen Celcer,
joyle Lindsey. ROW 2: Richard Roswell, Richie Shrader, Ronald Thomas, Charles Edwards, james Ratliff, Richard
Taylor, and Russell X!cCreary, Coach.
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. . .38 Marietta . . 30
. . .42 llealdton. .23
. . .39 Wilson . . .21
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. . .44 Marietta . .35
. . .42 Healdton. .24
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union In la has winning season
STARTING TEAM, Charles lfdwards, Ronald Thomas, Richie Shrader, Glen
Celcer, and l'ommy Worsham.
HIGH SCHOOL BOYS- Phillip Cross, Gary Wculfe, Elmer Kennedy, Marvin Calger, Larry Dilbeck, Charles Kenyon,
Charles Celcer, Larry johnson, Richard Black, joe Skelton, Kenneth O'Neal, and jason Frizzell, coach.
Eleven wins hzglalzgbt season
STARTING TEAM. joe Skelton, Marvin Calger, Charles Celcer, Larry
Dilbeck, and Charles Kenyon.
61 Wilson .
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ROW 1: Larry llaney, Danny Chase, Larry johnson, Tommy Worsham, Glen Celcer, Larry llarmon, Harley Stewart,
Gary Martin, Alvis Diclcerson, Terry Frizzell, Eddie Woods, joyle Lindsey. ROW 2: Russell McCreary, Coach,
Harold Williams, Lee Oller, Richard Taylor, Richie Shrader, jim Paul, Morris Allen, Billy Morris, Roy Brown, Spencer
Cline, johnny Powell. ROW 3: Charles Edwards, David Thompson, james Ratliff, Raymond Stallcup, Richard Nelson,
Richard Boswell, Ronald Thomas, Danny Griffin, and Tommy Blackerby, student coach.
Little Foxes win ive, tie one
Co ach McCre ary
The Fox junior High team had the most successful season in
years under the coaching of Russell MCCreary. The Little Foxes
won five games and tied one. They scored a total of 190 points
against their opponents, who scored only 24.
Coach Mciireary who has coached junior High Football for
five years commented, "This is one of the best teams that l
have ever coached and it was school spirit and a desire to play
that made this a successful year."
The team defeated Comanche 36-8, lflmore City 26-0, Velma-
Alma 40-O, Healdton 26-O, Wilson 54-8, and Ringling, a tie, 8-8. -v-,,,,
Gueleta Lauderbaclc was elected as their Princess and was J
crowned at the lfox-Wilson game. Her attendants were Carol Hill , M ,,
and Margaret Moss. 'Y f - '
HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS HASKliTl3ALL. Carolyn Skelton, jo Gee, Linda Sturdivant, jan Collins, judy Worsham, Sandra
jones, Barbara Hoggard, Norma Hoggard, Sue Iiams, Renee Roblyer, Betty llill, Zelma Hathorn, and jason Frizzell,
irls' Basketball . . Track
TRACK. ROW lg Ira jim McKee, lirnest Parks, Bryant Harmon, jim Harmon, Kenneth O'Ncal, Dennis Camp, George
Cheves, Charles felcer. ROW 2: Dale Wood, Larry johnson, Billy jackson, Warren Davenport, Donald Hathorn,
Dale Tivis, liddie Majors, Dewey Iflledge, johnny Richardson, Coach Harry Cheadle. ROW 3: Mickey Benton
Marvin Calger, Gary Woulfe, Elmer Kennedy, Larry Dilbeck, Richard Black, Hob Paul, Howard Hlevins, Hike Thomp-
son, Billy Cochran, Roy Hrezina. ROW 4: Kenneth Tivis, Clyde Quick, Billy Morris, Carl Cfook, Claudius Mullins
and Charles johnson.
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Glenda Faye julia Glendell Lindel
Brown Capehart Coaly Collins Dodd
Seventh grade crude oil starts
the long jburney to re inement . . .
The Seventh Grade class under Miss Lora Maynard and Mrs. Mitchell has been gently lifted from ele-
mentary into junior High. Miss Maynard's class officers are: Kenny Roblyer, President, Eddie Wiley, Vice
Presidentg jerry Richardson, Secretary-Treasurer, Sharon Stallcup, Program Chairman, john Williams,
Reporter. Mrs. Mitchell's class officers are: Marcia Dunman, President, Nelba Baker, Vice-Presidentg
Linda Emberlin, Secretaryg Carolyn Martin, Treasurerg Faye Capehart, Reporter.
Student Council representatives, elected by the class vote, are Peggy Griffin, julia Coaly, Iimmy
Sullivan, and Scotty Reed.
Peggy Griffin was Band Princess candidate, Carol Hill, Football Princess candidate, and Carolyn
Majors, Echo Queen candidate.
Lois jean Marcia Linda Mary
Doyal Dunman Iimberlin Fellabaum
Marie Richard Bobby Peggy
Fore Fosbury Gillespie Griffin
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Penuel Porter Reed Reynolds Richardson Roach
Charlene Danny jerry Rudy Vickie Linda
Ruth Selby Smith Smith Smith Spencer
jimmy Sherrie Eddie john joe Albert
Sullivan Tankersly Wiley Williams Woulfe Young
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Alderson Allen Berkley
Danny jimmy Betty
Chase Chatham Christian
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new stein in ei bile grade growth . . .
The Iiighth Grade Class under the sponsorship of Russell Mcifreary and jaunita Skelton have made
much progress this year. Mr. MCCreary's officers were: President, Larry Harmony Vice-President, Lee
Oller, Secretary, Lois Skelton, Treasurer, Christine Virgeng Reporter, Betty Berkley, Program Chairman,
Charlotte Aldersong and Songleader, Margaret Moss. Mrs. Skelton's officers were: President, jackie Hern-
dong Vice-President, Carolyn Wheatg Secretary, Ann Owensg Treasurer, Linda Blackg Reporter, Sue Ratliff,
Program Chairman, Nelda Bolesg and Songleader, Lou O'Neal.
Mr. NlcCreary's homeroom play, presented in February, was the story of underprivileged little sisters
fighting the glamour of their big sisters. It was entitled "US, in Revolt." Mrs. Skelton's class PI'6S6DC6d
their homeroom play "The Pajama Party."
Student Council officers from the Eighth Grade Class were: Vice-President, Harold Williamsg Treasur-
er, Linda Blevins, and representatives, Barbara Groover and Ronny Davenport.
Betty Berkley was elected Band Princessg jackie Herndon, junior High Echo Queeng and Margaret
Moss ran for lunior High Football Princess.
Spencer Allen Linda Ronny Alvis LaBeth Terry
Cline Cook Crabtre Davenport Dickerson Dunman Frizzel
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Freshmen lbrqmre for bzgla school rqfining
The Ninth Grade Class was sponsored by Fern Merrill and jason Frizzell this year. Mrs. Merrill's
class officers were: President, Billy Cochran, Vice-President, Danny Griffin, Secretary, Glenda jenningsg
Treasurer, Raymond Stallcupg Reporter, Albin Firestoneg and Program Chairman, Carlene Morris. Class
officers for Mr. Frizzell's homeroom were: President, Ralph Kettlewellg Vice-President, Richard Taylorg
Secretary, Elizabeth Tivisg Treasurer, Barbara Stewartg Program Chairman, Carl Cook, Reporter, David
Thompson, and Song Leader, Charles lidwards.
jim Paul was president of the junior High Student Council, Larry Haney, secretary, and Mary Godfrey
and Ronald Thomas, representative s.
Gueleta Lauderback reigned as Football Princess. Sandra Owens was the class candidate for junior
High Echo Queen, and Nancy Ward ran for Band Princess.
Mrs. Merrill's assembly was a program of homeroom talent. jerry Lemley, Wanda Biggs, Gary Gage
judy NicGehee, Mike Dixon, and Nancy Ward took part in the program. "Going, Going, Gone" was pre
sented by Mr. Frizzell's class. It was the story of six backwoodsmen who joined a Lonely Hearts Club
Carl Walter Ralph Mary Michael Sharon Charles
Cook Crabb Cross Dilbeck Dixon Dudley Iidwards
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Addington Armstrong Allen Barrick Benton Blevins Boswell
At lust the long sought re iuemeut is in szght
Tenth grade crude oil pushes into the future . . .
The tenth grade class under Harry Cheadle and George Taylor has progressed throughout the year.
Mr. Cheadle's homeroom presented a one- act play entitled "In the Nick of Time" and Mr. Tay1or's
class presented a table discussion on "National Education Week."
Mr. Cheadle's elected officers were: President, Larry johnsong Vice-President, Kenneth O'Nealg-
Secretary, Betty Hillg and Reporter, janet Riley. Officers for Mr. Taylor's class were: President, Gerry
McGlassong Vice-President, Garry Meltong Secretary, Linda Bentong and Reporter, Carolyn Dudley.
jan Collins was elected Band Queen. Her crowning came as a climax to the annual Band Carnival
held in October. Other queen candidates were Evelyn Barrick, Echo Queen, and Sandra jones, Football
Elected to the Student Council by a class election are representatives, Val Wood, Madeania Hughes,
Larry Iiams, and janet Riley.
jan Mary Carolyn
Collins Cook Dudley
Judy Betty Madeania
Godfrey Hill Hughes
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Terral Dale Jessie Sarah Val Don David
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Through the mass of studies
uniors push on, the euu' is in sight
The hardworking juniors sponsored by Marzine Hines and james Lindsey completed a very successful
junior Play and junior-Senior Banquet this year. "Neptune" was selected as the theme for the banquet
held April 25. It was enjoyed by approximately 250 people. The junior Play, "The Skelton Walks," sent
chills through the audience.
junior Class officers were: President, Beverly Crabbg Vice-President, Charles Celcerg Secretary,
Gary Woulfeg Treasurer, Rocille Wooldridgeg and Reporter, Bobby Bray.
Donna Garrett reigned as Football Queen and Judy Worsham as FFA Queen. Susie Herndon was the
junior's candidate for Echo Queen. Donna Garrett was also selected by the student body as their favorite
underclass girl. Judy Worsham, Dale Wood, and Marvin Calger were candidates for underclass favorites.
Warren Carl Nora Larry Nelson jerry Sharon
Davenport Davis Dickerson Dilbeck Dixon Doyle Dunn
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CH ARL ES APPLING
TOMMY BLACK ERBY
JO ELLEN GEE
GARY De ARMOND
ROB ERT EASON
JOE FELL ABAUM
RONNI E HOLLINGSWORTII
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ROSE NELL LeBEAU
BETTY MORGAN IIALEY
LAWANN A LOOKINGBILL
JIMMY MCL EROY
KOL E EN MOSS
BOB P AUL
JOE SK ELTON
JOYCE WALKER GRIFFIN
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MOLLIE ALLEN - fOrchidJ FHA 1,2,3,4, Vice-Presi-
dent 35 Class Reporter 45 Annual Staff 35 Assistant
Editor 45 Writer's Club 35 Business Club, Secretary
45 Fox Flash 45 Basketball 152,39 Office girl 45
Senior Playg Two honor pins.
CLIFTON ALTOM - fRedJ Track 1,2,3,45 FFA 2,3,45
CHESTER ANDERSON - fpeabodyj Track 152535 Foot-
ball 1,2,3,45 Varsity Club 3,45 Student Council 3,
Vice-President5 Junior Class President5 Chorus 3,45
FFA 15 Boys State5 Junior-Senior Play.
CHARLES APPLING - CAPpleSJ Football 1,45 Basket-
ball 1,45 Track 45 Varsity Club 45 FFA l52,3.
RITA BARNETT - CFretoJ Honor Pin 15 FHA 1,253.45
Songleader 1,25 Student Council 1, Treasurer5 Cheer-
leader 45 Chorus l,2,3,45 Fox Flash 2,3,45 Business
Manager5 Writer's Club 3.
MICHAEL BENTON -Q CMickeyJ Football 2,35 Track
2,3,45 Student Council 3,45 Varsity Club 2,3,4.
BARBARA BLACKBURN -- fBabsJ FHA 15253545 4-H
Club 3,45 Better Manners Club 15 Foreign Neighbors
Club 25 Songleader, FHA 3, Homeroom 3, 4-H Club
35 Fox Flash 4.
THOMAS BLACKERBY - fT0mmy Louj FFA l,2,3545
Football 1,2535 Basketball 152,35 Track 1,2,35 Varsity
Club 1,2,3545 Chorus 4.
JANICE BLEVINS - fJanJ FHA 15253545 Annual Staff
3, Editor 45 Fox Flash 3,45 Class Secretary 3,45
Business Club Secretary 45 Office Girl 2,3545 Senior
Play5 Five honor pins.
JERRY BOB BRISCOE - fSotJ Athletics Club 15253545
Football 1,2,3,45 Agriculture l,2,49 Track 1,2,3,
PEGGY BYRAM - fLittle Birtyj FHA 15253545 Sling-
leader 45 Cheerleader 45 Fox Flash 45 Hobby Club
VIVIAN CLINE - CVivJ FHA 1,25 Business Club 3,45
Better Manners Club 25 Dramatics Club 1.
PHILLIP CROSS - fPhilJ Football 3,45 Basketball 3,45
Track 25 Math Club 25 Varsity Club 354.
GARY DeARMOND -- fGary "Dee"J Chorus 2,45 FFA 15
Business Club President 45 Class VicePresident 45
ROBERT EASON - CBobJ Chorus 3545 FFA 15253545
Vice-President 35 Chemistry Club 35 Agriculture
Club Vice-President 45 Junior-Senior Play.
DARLA JUNE EDELEN - CFrenchieJ Chorus 1,2,3,45
Girls Trio 1,25 Band 1,2,3,45 Drum Major 3,45 Music
Club 1,2,3,4, President 45 Junior-Senior Play5 FHA
1,2,3,4, President 45 Homeroom Program Chairman
l,2,3,45 Band Princess 15 Candidate Football Queen 2.
DAVID FARRIS - fCrockettJ Chemistry Club 45 Math
Club 25 Leathercraft Club 15 Shop l,2,3,45 Senior
JOE filil.l.ABA1lM -- Cll0se'j Football 1,2,3,45 Varsity
Club 15253545 Shop 1,2,3,45 Chorus 45 Track 3,4.
GIZRALD GALLOP fTr0tD Audio Visual Club 45
Agriculture Club 15 Track 1,25,FFA 1,2,3,45 Leather-
craft Club 1.
JU l'fl,l.l'fN Glili fGee'-lleeb Basketball l,2,3,45
Basketball Queen 45 Business Club 45 FHA 25 Nl'riter's
P 4171. GRUOVICR -- f.-Xcej Band 25 Chorus 35 Library 15
Chemistry Club 15 Speech Club 4.
Hli'l"l'Y ll:ll.lfY -e CAnnettiaJ Junior Play5 Fox Flash
l,2,3, liditor 35 Chorus 1,2,35 Honor pins, Office
JIM IIKRMUN -- CJ.l Band 1,2315 Chorus 45 Science
President 45 4'lI Club 1,25 Track 4.
RONNllf llUl.l.lNOS1lOR'l'll - Cllollerheadj Football
2,3,45 Varsity Club 2,3,45 Chorus 35 Track 2,3.
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SUE IIAMS -1 CFlirtJ Basketball 1,2,3,45 Chorus 3,45
FHA 1,2,3,45 Mind Your Manners 25 4-ll Club 35
Business Club 45 Fox Flash 4, Fashion Editor.
SANDRA IRWIN - CSandyJ Annual Staff 3, Business
Manager 45 Fox Flash 3,45 Basketball 1,2535 Business
Club Vice-President 45 Senior Playg Cheerleader
1,2,35 FHA 152,35 Office Girl 45 Class Secretary 25
Football Queen Candidate 25 Music Club Vice-Presi-
CAROLYN JOHNSON -- CSaphiJ FHA 152,35 Basketball
1,25 Annual Staff 35 Future Teachers Club 45 4-H
CHARLES KENYON - CCharlieJ Track 1,2,3,45 Basket'-
ball l5253,45 Football 15253,45 Varsity Club 152,3,4.
ROSE NELL LeBEAU - fScooterJ Band 1,2,3,45 Vocal
15253545 Music Club 1,2,3,4, President 15 FHA 152,3,45
Treasurer 45 Clarinet Quartet 3, Trio 25 Senior Play.
LAWANNA LOOKINGBILL - CPeekinbeakJ Treasurer
Student Council 1,2,35 Junior Play5 FHA 3,45 Hobby
Club 4, Cheerleader 45 Annual Queen 45 Chorus 3.
JIM NCLEROY - CMacJ T Srl Club 45 Moved to Fox
Senior Year from Bowlegs.
JUDITH MORRIS -- CJudyJ Band l,2,3,45 Chorus 1,25
4-H Club 1,2,3,4, President 45 FHA 1,253,4, Vice-
President 45 Band Queen Candidate 45 Basketball 4.
IMOGENE MORSE - Cjeanj FHA 1525 Basketball and
Tennis Club 15 Better Manners Club 25 Business
KOLEEN MOSS - CLittle RedJ Fox Flash 15253545 Co-
Editor 45 FHA l,2,3545 Office Girl 2,45 Junior Play5
Secretary Writer's Club 3.
BOB PAUL - fToddyJ Football 1,2,3,45 Track l,2,3,45
FFA 1,2,3,45 President 3,45 Chorus 2,3545 Class
President 3545 Varsity Club 1,2,3,45 President 45
Two honor pins.
HERSCHE1. RANDOLPH - CRandyJ Fox Flash 15253545
Co--Editor 3, Editor 45 Annual Staff 45 Office Boy 45
Chemistry Club 3,45 Junior-Senior Play5 Student
Council 25 Chorus 25 Five Honor pins.
GARY REYNOLDS - CGary T.J Football 1,2,3,45 Agri-
culture 1,2,3,45 Track 152,35 Basketball 15 Chorus 45
Varsity Club 1,2,3,45 Student Council 25 Four honor
JIMMY SANDERS - CSlimJ Track 1,2,35 Football 1,2,3,45
FFA 1,2,3,45 Chorus 45 Varsity Club 1,3545 Junior-
Senior Play5 Homeroom President andVice-President 4.
JOE SKELTON -- CKillerJ Football 2,3,45 Track 2,3545
Basketball 1,2,3,45 Student Council 1,45 Varsity
Club 253,45 Welding Club 4.
LINDA TAYLOR - CTayorJ Chorus 2,3,45 FHA 15253545
Band 1,25 Business Club 35 Coin Collectors Club
President 25 Library Club 45 Office Girl 152.
KENNETH TIVIS - fTulipJ Basketball 45 4--H Club 1,2,-
3,45 Future Teachers Club 45 Track 4.
BETTY WALK E CBettyJ FHA 1,25 Chorus 3,45 Secretary
Student Council 1,35 Math Club 1,25 Science Club 3,
Speech Club 45 Junior Play5 Three honor pins.
JOYCE WALKER A CGriffJ FHA 152,3,4, Songleader 45
Business Club 4 Treasurer5 4-H Club 35 Foreign
Relations 25 Basketball and Tennis Club 1.
Jo wraLcmzR Uodyh FHA l,2,3,4L Honor Pinsp
Secretary 3,45 Student Council 1,25 Fox Flash 1,2,3,45
Chorus 1,2,3,45 Girl State5 Football Queen Candidate
45 Cheerleader 15 Junior Play.
DONNA WELLS - Cllalf PintJ Student Council 45 Cheet-
leader 45 Chorus 35 Fox 1-'lash5 Homeroom reporter 45
Math Club President 35 Hobby Club President 4.
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