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Nineteen hundred fifty-four. Sophomore prob-
lems are not so pressing but they seem so. There's
always initiation to worry about! Wise members of
the class of l954 are building up a cash reserve for
their next two years instead of spending all their
money on the year's picnic. El Tigre has a scoop in
this picture of Clydella Spenner, class reporter -
that's sunshine, not shyness. Behind her are Jimmy
Reese, vice-president, Freddy Faien, treasurer, and
Joe Williams, president. Marie Welch, secretary,
stands beside Clydella.
ER T0 BE
Nineteen hundred fifty-three. Junior year, am
all of a sudden there's a Junior Banquet and Pron
to finance. Smiles on the faces of these i953 officer
promise good food and sweet music. On the uppe
steps are Gary Spragins, vice-president, and ln
Neville, president. Ra Paula Adams and Mary Ji
Roach, class secretary and treasurer, are delightei
over the gross receipts from "Clementine," the Junio
play, chief source of class revenue.
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We Remember "Stonewall" A 1
The present generation knows Wallace Jackson as "Boyd's dad,"
the genial owner of Jackson's Drug Store, everybody's meeting place.
But to GHS alumni, vintage of 1917-21, Wallace will always be
'lStonewall," the staunchest little Tiger who ever bucked a line for
Guymon High. For the past two decades he has continued to "carry
the ball" for Guymon Public Schools as a tireless member of the
Board of Education.
Home lovers Are Berenice and Betty
Berenice Jackson's first interest is her family and home, although
she spent two years as a country "schoolmarm" after obtaining a
certificate tram GHS Normal School. Betty Dean, salutatorian of the
Class of 1948, was a publications enthusiast, a graduate of Colorado
Women's College, and is a iunior in the School of Journalism at
And Now Boyd r
Everyone in Guymon knows Boyd, who continues in the Jackson
tradition as an athlete of distinction, an honor student, a member
of the Tiger band, and the kind of senior Guymon High School is
proud to graduate in 1952.
Tall, Dark, and Handsome
Bob was a Tiger football and basketball star, and salutatarian '
of his class back in 1944. After his graduation from Southwestern
State Teachers College at Weatherford with a 8.5. in Pharmacy, he
returned to Guymon to assist his father in the drug store
AW., -,, .....
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Guymon High School's more than 225
students are typical boys and girls of the Okla-
homa Panhandle. They are healthy, happy, and
appreciative of the many advantages offered by
present day education.
GHS classes are democratic. Girls in sweat-
ers and skirts, boys in sport shirts and slacks are
from varied homes and levels of society, but all
are one in GHS.
Class officers carry out a well-planned pro-
gram forthe year, guiding their class mates
through such traditional GHS activities as the
queen contest, Senior Trip, Junior-Senior prom,
and Sophomore initiation.
Nineteen hundred fifty-two. Difficult people to
get in one spot long enough for a picture are these
busy senior officers. "Miss Moneybagsf' 1952 class
treasurer, is Carolyn Blue, on the left. At her side is
Peggy Northrup, GHS first senior girl president for
many a year. Kay Beaman, secretary and concession
manager, has proved herself a real career woman.
David Chenault, class vice-president, has had his hands
full helping to make the Senior Trip something more
than a dream.
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