Mulhall High School - Pirate Yearbook (Mulhall, OK)
- Class of 1955
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It loolrs as tho this school year will soon be
.qlohg with it will go many or the fondest nenorl
life. Among those memories will be the many
associations I have had with you as you
duties of' your pos! tion as president
lvlties you have participated I
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est array of' youh people one could
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e watched 121-any more boys and girls grow "ln
stature " and prepare themselves e little more .Por
slr of' living a life. May I say again my association
th you and the many students of' our school has .Zndee
a rich experience. May you and your fellow classr
tlnue on the right beth of' living set for you
ents and elders. And may you In years t
this school year as being one of the
L .ates con-
by your par-
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. greatest times ol' your
CAPABLE BOARD of education directed Mulhall school's educa-
tional needs during the school year 195k-55. THEY PROVIDED add-
itional facilities which include seven new typewriters, folding
chairs, a stainless steel sink for the lunch room, an automatic
washing machine and dryer. Hand tools, power machinery, concrete
floor in shop, and a floor in the overhead of classroom in agri-
culture building were added. A new school bus chesis, which is
essential to our pupils transportation, was purchased.
L. E. King cmemherv
Ella Schneider Ched Hieronymus Charles Priess
Grades 1-2 Grades M-S Instrumental Music
B. S. Benedictine Heights B. F. A. Oklahoma University Junior High English
B. A. Oklahoma University D. A. Central State College
M. S. Oklahoma A Q M
Grades 5-6 A
B. S. Oklahoma A M M
5-6 Spelling, English,
B. A. Oklahoma A a M
Raymond E. Smith
B. S. Qklahoma A Q M B. S. Oklahoma A R M
5-6 History E Geography
7-8 Science K Health
B. S. Oklahoma A Q M
B. Walter Weber
School Annual Sponsor
School Paper Sponsor
Sophomore Glass Sponsor
Bookkeeping and Accounting
Shorthand II .
High School Biology
M. A. Phillips University
N. ED. Oklahoma University
Dorothy Lewis and Lucille Terrel
Max Bircketg Class Play l-2-3-U, Basketball
l-2-3-h, Baseball 1-2-3-h, Band l-2-3-M, Chorus
l-2-k, F. F. A. l-2-3-h, Pirate staff A, Annual
Staff M, Student Council M, Class President M,
Scouts 1-2, Secretary and Treasurer 2, Band
President h, Basketball captian M, Played in
All State Band 2, First Place Individual at St.
Gregory's Talent Contest 3, Second Place at
District Contest on Cornet Solo 3, F, F. A.
Meat Judging Team 1, F. F. A. Livestock Judg-
ing Team 2-3-h, Played in 89er All-Star Basket-
ball Game 3 .
Johnrgr Fergusong Class Play 1-2-3-ll, Basketball
l-2-M, Baseball 1-2-h, Band 1-2-3-h. Chorus
l'2'lf,, F0 FQ Ao 1-2"3'h,
l-2, Volley Ball 1-2-3-ll,
h, Second Place Band Solo
Pirate Staff 14, Scouts
Vice President F. F. A
1, F. F. A. Judging
Sherman Johnson, Class
Play 3-M, Baseball l-2-3,
Band h, F. F. A. 1-2-3-h,
Pirate Staff ll, Annaul
Mary Edwardsg Class Play
3-ll, Basketball 1-2,
Chorus 1-2, Pirate Staff
Il, Annual Staff h, Sec-
retary and Treasurer 1-h,
Class Reporter 2, Honor
Society 1-2, Softball
1-2, Annual Queen he
Rqy Leon Fitzpatrick, Class
Play 3-h, Band l-2-3-M,
P. P. A. 1-2-3-hp Pirate
Staff u, Annual staff h.
Johnnie Doggett, Class
Play 3-h, Basketball 1-2,
Baseball 1-2-h, F. F. A.
1-2-3-U, Annual staff h,
Pirate Staff u, student
Council 2, Volley Ball
l-2-3-h, Class Vice
President 3-h, F. F. A.
Beverly Diehl, Class Play 1-h,' Basketball 1-2-3-h,
Band 1-2-3-h, Chorus l-2-h, Pirate Staff h,
Annual Staff h, Student Council 2, Volley Ball
l-2-3-h, Band Historian 3, Vice President Band h,
Twirler 1-2-3-h, Dru Major h, Band Reporter 2,
Class Reporter 1-3, Honor Society 3-h, Tennis
1-2-3-h, Basketball Queen h.
Charles Ritter, Glass Play 1-2-3-h, Basketball
l-2, Pirate Staff 3-h, Annual Staff 3-h, Student
Cou cil 1-2-3-Us Glass President 2, Volley Ball
l-2-3-h, Student Cou cil Vice President 3,
Student Council President h, Honor Society 3,
Editor of Annual h, Editor of Pirate h, Assistant
Editor of Annual 3a
Eddie Pogue, Class Play' Ruthie Gallaweyg Class Wilma Hannah Wheeler,
1 3 u, Pirate Staff u, Play 2 3 h, Pirate Staff Basketball 1 2 3 h, Band
Annual staff u, Baseball n, Annual staff 3 n, 1 2 3 h, Softball 1 2,
1, Band h, Chorus h, Student Council 3 M, U H 1 2 3 U, Student
F F A 1 3 ha Treasur Class President 3, Class Council 3, h H Secretary
r of F F A h, Second Vice President 1, Class and Treasurer h, h H
Place ln Engineerlng Con Reporter 2, F H A l, Vice President 3, D H
test at Guthrie h, First Annual Queen Candidate 2, Song Leader l, L H Re
Place in Engineerlng Con F F A Queen 3, Girls porter 2, Play 2 3 hs
test at Oklahcma City h, State 3, Oklahoma Honor Annual Queen 3, paper
First Place ln Engineer Society 1 2 3 h
ing Contest at Tulsa h,
Faith High Individual in
Judglng at Guthrie h
Staff bg Annual Staff
F H A 1, Basketball
Co Captian h, Cornet
Trio 2, Logan County
Farm Bureau Queen h.
Max Blrcket Pres
Johnnle Doggett Vlce Pres
Mary Edwards-Sec. Q Trees.
Ruthie Gallawey-Stu, Coun.
Charles Fitter-Stu. Coun.
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New hair cut? Leon Fitzpatrick
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Beverly and Barbara
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Such a little man!
Little Lad !! Johnny Ferguson Sherman Johnson
The age of innocence! Mother's little darling!
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Darlene Silvers, Allen Spaulding, Betty Ritter. RCW hz Dennis Uhrig,
Dorothy Martin, Mona Patterson, Marjorie Flasch, Frank Betchan.
SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS
Vice Pres.-Norma Ditch
President ----------- Ted Taylor
Vice President---Becky Spencer
Secretary ------ Harold Richards
Reporter -------- Gloria Heppler
Student Council ---- Patsy Towle
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Left to Right. Linda Hopfer, Kermit Redman, Betty Ritter, Patsy Towle, James Fagan,
Naomi Gallaway, Marjorie Flasch, Charles Ritter, Phil Carrier, Nancy Heppler, Leroy
Andrews, Eddie Rothermel, Max Bircket, Ted Taylor, Marion Detwiler, Arnold Flasch
WE, THE STUDENT COUNCIL, are
the governing body of our school.
Throughout the year, we have
sponso ed a Halloween party, deco
orated the halls during Christ-
mas-time, and had charge of con-
cessions and information booth
during the Kilo Conference Tour-
we also have provided a recrea-
tion room for the students, fur-
nished records to be played dur-
ing school lunch hour, and, as
always, established citizenship
grades. we have accomplished
much this year and hope to accom
plish more throughout the years
Left to Right. Ruthie Gallaway, Charles Ritter, Johnny Ferguson, Beverly Diehl,
Johnnie Doggett, Wilma Hannah, Nancy Heppler, Sherman Johnsonj B. Walter Weber
CSponsorD, Eddie Pogue, Max Bircket, Mary Edwards
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Left to Right. Mary Edwards, Nancy Heppler, Ruthie Gallaway,
Max Bircketj B. Walter Weber, Sponsor, Charles Ritter, Wilma
Hannah, James Fagan, Beverly Diehl
PUBLISHING the Annual is a huge job- It We think he has done an excellent job.
requires time and effort, as well as the we hope you enjoy the Annual, and that
co-operation of all concerned. we have lt will help you recall many fond mem.
tried to put out the best Annual ever. gries of the 19-'55 school year.
Our photographer, Mr. Wm. H. Krouse, of
Fairview, has made all the pictures in
this Annual possible.
Seated Left to Right. Joyce Clark, Shirley Richards, Betty Ritter, Janice Barker,
Gloria Heppler, Wilma Hannah, Mona Patterson, Barbara Blaney, Patsy Towle, Ann
Miller. Standing Left to Right. Mike Malone, Wayne King, Ralph Yost, Ted Taylor,
Harvey Ferguson, Barbara Kissner, Jerry Sweeney
Librarians are left to right: Imogene Gannaway, Lela Clark,
Bertha Patterson, Doroth Patterson, and Beth Pritchett.
ing out a
Max Shafer is only one of many
who enjoy selecting magazines
from a fine magazine rack made
by the Industrial Arts Depart-
Leon checks the card file to
see whose books are due.
Leon Fitzpatrick, who has taken Beth's
place and who is also the only boy
librarian, has certainly mastered his
position as such.
F.F .A. OFFICERS
Raymond Snith, Advisor
Max Bircket, President
Johnny Ferguson, Vice
James Fagan, Secretary
Eddie Pogue, Treasurer
Ralph Yost, Reporter
Roy Towle , Sentinel
Harvey Ferguson, Assistant
Robert Fagan , Sentinel
Left to Right, Front Row: Sherman Johnson, Eddie Pogue, Johnnie
Doggett, Max Bircket, James Fagan, Johnrq' Ferguson, Charles
Gorrell, Sam Detwiler. Second Row: Vernon Dixon, Roy Towle,
Allen Spaulding, Frank Betchan, Leroy Andrews , Leon Fitzpatrick,
Harold Richards. Third Row: Raymond Dixon, Wayne Nealis, Johnny
Marion, Dennis Uhrig, Dale Fitzpatrick, Leonard Abbey, Don
Bircket, Elroy Sylvester. Back Row: Paul Detwiler, Eddie
Rothermel, Ralph Yost, Robert Fagan, Harvey Ferguson, Harry
Williams, Dick Ryan.
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Left to Right:
Mex Bircket-Livestock Judglng
Eddie Pogue-Engineering Team.
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Fharles Gorrell, and Johnnie
Doggett. Hurry there Gorrell,
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holding that pipe for you Hey
look there at Doggett, he's welding
barrels together. Now, what do you
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We, the F.F.A. boys,
ve chosen for our Queen,
a very lovely Freshman,
tsy Towle. Her worthy
attendants are Marjorie
Flasch, Janice Barker, and
Norma Ditch. Patsy was
crowned April 29, by Max
Bircket, president of the
F.F.A., at the F.F.A. Ban-
quet. An added congrat-
ulations goes out from all
Pat, 1955-56 F.F.A. Queen!
Left to Right, Front Row: Billy Betchan, Glen Raupe, Paul Williams, Gary
Fent, Terry Blaney, Kermit Red an, Arnold Flasch, George Bowden, Lloyd
Fitzpatrick. Second Row: Betty Dixon, Virginia Patterson, Alice Harris,
Sherril Gorrell, Donna Dittelmier, Carol Patterson, Linda Spaulding, William
Fitzpatrick, Don Kanehl, Kenneth Uhrig, Douglas Lasater, Glen Fillmore,
Third Row: Norma Spaulding, Shirley Richards, Tresa Richards, Ina Heppler,
Renee Roblyer, Gary Hopfer, Don Hopfer, Pete Miller, Ann Harris, Gerrye Mar-
tin, Doris Fitzpatrick. Fou th Row: Ann Gorrell, Syble Shafer, Joyce Lasater,
Linda Hbpfer, Ramona Dittelmier, Lenora Hunt, Becky Spencer, June Leonard,
Janice Lasater, Ph llis Voskuhl, Wilma Wheeler, Gloria Heppler. Fifth Rows
Butch Martin, Imogene Gannaway, Bertha Patterson, Wayne King.
Shown here are a few of the many animals exhibited
by h-H members in the county livestock shows.
om HOME EC. CLASSES have been kept very busy thiS
year. Our annual WSlick Chicku style show and re-
ception was a huge success. we girls modeled our
new outfits, wrote the scriot for the play, and
decorated the cottage for this big event, he also
served for the I1-H - FFA banquet, wearing the anrrzns
we had made for the occasion. Firgt Aid, Baby care,
Sewing, and Food preparation are some of the gon-
eral homemaking courses we stud . We love it, tool
HOME EC l. Left to right-Imogene Gannaway,Ber-
tha Patterson, Bobbie Kissner, Pat Towle, Babe
Blaney. Second row-June Leonard, Bee' S en
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cer, Lenora Hunt, Jerry Malone, Gloria Hepple
HOME EC ll. Left to right-Norma Ditch, Bertha
Lovelady, Dorothy Patterson, Dorothy Martin.
Second row-Lela Clark, Marj Flasoh, Darlene
Silvers, Betty Ritter, Mona Patterson.
JUNIOR HIGH GIRLS: Left to right, Gerrye Martin,
Ann Harris, Wanda Spaulding, Linda Hopfer, Jan
Lasater, Ina Heppler, Ramona Dittelmier, Sybil
Shafer, Joyce Lasater, Treasa Richards, Barbara
Leonard, Caroyln Mills, Betty Oldenburg, Doris
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The Junior High students 1 36
learn the basic essentials
Much of the failure and dis-
appointment in life and possibly
much of the crime that abounds
may be attributed to the fact
that so large a proportion of our
youth go out from our schools im-
perfectly prepared to meet the
demands of the world in which
they find themselves compelled to
make some kind of living.
Industrial arts, presented
from the exploratory view point,
attack with skill development be-
ing the basic starting place can
contribute much to an individuals
achievements . '
By skill I mean every kind
of skill that adds to our materi-
al comfort and spiritual growth.
From reverence for skill grows
the desire to be skillful. As a
skill develops, knowledge also
develops, for skill-after-all-is
wisdom in action.
Industrial Arts workshop
are the center of real work re-
lationships as we make our pro-
jects and methods more directly
related to the real life of the
school or the community.
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Lutie Spinks. .
Rebecca Bolt. .
Martha Grubb, ,
Twink Starr . .
Henry Goober, ,
Phineas Plunkett: I Leon Fitzpatrick
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First row, left to right, Don Diehl, Pat Towle, Gloria Heppler, Ramona Dittel
mier, Linda Hopfer, Jerry Uhrig, Teddy Thomas, George Bowden, Doris Schmied-
bauer, Leon Fitzpatrick, Nancy Heppler, Jan Barker, Glen Terrel, Jan Lasater,
June Leonard, Second row, Max Bircket, Johnny Ferguson, Charles Gorrell, John
ny Marion, Don Bircket, Dorothy Martin, Doris Fitzpatrick, Gerrye Martin,
Norma Ditch, Leroy Andrews, Roy Towle, Glen Hopfer, Richard Andrews, Harold
Gorrell, Fourth row fstandingjg Beverly Diehl, Wilma Hannah Wheeler, Tresa
Richards, Frank Betchan, Eddie Pogue, Sherman Johnson, Beth Pritchett, Dale
tzpatrick, Bobbie Kissner, Babs Blaney.
Sixth period jam session!
WE, THE BAND, have been qui
active this year, partici-
pating in parades at Perry,
Stillwater, and Guthrie. Per
kins, Purcell, Kingfisher,
Pawnee, District,Cmaybe Statel,
and Tri-State band festivals
were attended. we won second in
concert at Kingfisher and Pawnee.
Solos entering contests were Max
Bircket, Don Bircket, Doris Fitz
patrick, Ccornetl Teddy Thomas,
George Bowden, fclarinetl Barbara
Blaney, Barbara Kissner, and Bev-
erly Diehl, Ctwirlingl Frank Bet-
chan,CtubaD Dale Fitzpatrick,
CdrumJRenee Roblyer, Jean Barker,
Janice Andrews, Glen Terrel, C
ophonel Shirley Rich-
ards, Cflutei Roy Hop-
Fer, ftrombonel THE
PIRATE BAND has
been a constant
Just leaving for a band trip
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Trent Row, Left Right, Ina Heppler, Donna Dittelmier, Mary Schniedbauer,
iarsha Hilton, Sharon Smith, Betty Oldenburg, Jerrel Thomas, Glen Andrews,
Lhirley Richards, Barbara Leonard, Janice Andrews, Joyce Lasater, Jeanie
Barker, Renee Roblyer, Second Rowg Glen Raupe, Sybil Shafer, Eleson Smith,
Roy Hopfer, William Fitzpatrick, Jerry Bertram, Sherril Gorrel, Vernon
wcNeil, Carolyn Mills, Wanda Spaulding, Ann Harris, Butch Martin, Jimmy
Tlark, Vernon Dixon, Alan Spaulding, Raymond Dixon, Glen Fillmore, Doug.
Lasater, Pete Miller, raul Williams, Third Rowg Karen Fisher, Ann Gorrell,
Jeanie Spaulding, Don Kanenl,
Front row: Left to right, Donna Bartram, Sharon wise, Billy Freeborn, Kenny
Roblyer, Allen Leonard, Joyce Clark, Gary McNeil, Glen Fillmore, Gary Bartram,
Charlotte Wesley. Second row, Billy Betchan, Quentin Spaulding, Billy Harris,
Karen Shafer, Ruby Frey, Patsy Sylvester, Norene Fitzpatrick, Philip Orr, Kay
Lowrie, Third row, Alice Burchardt, Danny Graves, Billy Ryan, Lynn Fent, Ann
Miller, Cloyann Lowrie, Wayne Patterson, Howard Hilburn, Fourth rowg David
Hopfer, Timmy Oldenburg, Ralph Leonard, Velma Stewart, Nancy Herrin, Darlene
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Left to Right, Front Row: Wilma Wheeler, Barbara Kissner, Barbara Blaney, Doris
Schmiedbauer, Patsy Towle, Nancy Heppler, Jan Barker, Beth Pritchett, Beverly
Diehl, Lenora Hunt. Second Row: Lela Clark, Betty Ritter, Mona Patterson,
Norma Ditch, Darlene Silvers, June Leonard, Becky Spencer, Dorothy Martin, Jerry
Malone, Gloria Heppler, Marjorie Flasch.
Left to Right, Front Row: Frank Betchan, Charles Ritter, Vernon Dixon, Ralph
Yost, Paul Detwiler, Max Bircket, Don Diehl, Sam Detwiler, James Fagan.
Second Row: Harold Richards, Johnny Ferguson, Ted Taylor, Allen Spaulding,
Roy Towle, Eddie Pogue, Eddie Rothermel, Leon Fitzpatrick.
Back Row: Glen Andrews , Glen Terril, Dennis Uhr-ig, Don Bircket, George Bowden,
Billy Betchan. Front Row: Don Kanehl, Glen Huffer, Jerry Sweeny, Tommy Ryan,
Kenneth Uhrigj Sponsor, B. Walter Weber.
Back Row: Vernon McNeill, Kenneth Filmore, Jerry
Bartram, Kenny Roblver, Quentin Spaulding.
Front Row: Eleson Smith, Allen Leonard, Don Bircket
CDen Chiefl, William Fitzpatrick, Jack Shafer.
Scout Master: B. Walter Weber
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Balanoe, A11 :Ln One.
Bo Ba ketball
Fourteen Pirates set sail at the be-
ginning of the season with Carl Roblyer
entering his second year as Coach. Our
first game with Arcadia was a lose, but
we proved to be victorious our next four
games. Glencoe, then stopping our con-
tinuous wins, beat us by one point. The
sea seemed storm' for the Pirates 3 al-
though, their attempts were great, the
next four games resulted in only two wins.
Crescent defeated us. By the time Olive
captured us at Morrison to drive ua our
of the 89er Conference Tournament, we . .
were sure the "The Black Spot" had been ngg-AD5n
given to our Pirates. Proving this to be
wrong, we made four straight victories.
The Kilo Conference Tournament was played in our gym. We
took care of Eureka and Deer Creek, only to be twnbled in deep
water by Jones. We managed to come up with second place
trophy as our treasure. In a return game with Jones, we won.
A series of games followed, some proving fatal and an equal
number victorious. In the last game with Crescent, we were
As queen of the Pirates and Pirettes, Beverly Diehl was
crowned by Max Bircket at the half of the Deer Creek game.
We finished our voyage at Coyle in the District Tour-
nament with a lose of two points to Norfolk,
The five chief 'mates' of the ship during this sea.son's
voyage were Max Bircket, Roy Towle, Allen Spaulding, Ralph
Yost, and Vernon Dixon. The season ended with a large treasure
of seventeen wins and only thirteen loses for "The Pirates."
Dennis and James
wrip Con-br01N Yost says-"Frank quit pushing!!
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Harvey Ferguson, Den Diehl, Eddie Rethemel, Rey Towle, Pike Spaulding,
James Fagan , Paul Detwiler, Frank Betchan, Ralph Yost, Vernon Dixon ,
Student Managerg Harold Richards in front.
Left to Righty Marjorie Flesch, Gloria Heppler, Darlene Silvers, Lenora
Hunt, Beverly Diehl, Barbara Blanoy, Patsy Towle, Nancy Heppler, Janice
Barker, Doris Schmiedbauer, Beth Pritchett, Wilma Hannah Wheeler, Norma
Ditch, Mona Patterson, In front: Student Managers Barbara Kissner and t
Betty Ritter. Mulhall Opponen
M9 Arcadia 27
hh Douglas 27
S7 Tryon M2
33 Cashlon M7
19 Coyle 12
37 Glencoe 35
39 Douglas 3h
38 Deer Creek 39
3h Orlando 33
M9 Sumner 25
33 Morrison no
39 Crescent 26
39 Orlando 29
hh Eureka 22
M7 Tryon 27
39 Covington hh
h5 Jones M3
26 Sumner 29
h3 Arcadia 22
33 Glencoe M2
hl Coyle 55
h2 Luther 57
39 Deer Creek 37
hh Eureka 30
Coach Carrier and grads. M5 Morrison 38
U2 Crescent 29
89er Conference Tour
The school 121511-55 has been kind to the pirettes. We star-ted L47 Olive 53
the season with eight lettermen and a M2-27 win in the first ball ,, nf T ur
game. Soon cupid stepped in and Beth's place at guard was filled filo Co egenci 26
by Freshman Pat Towle. Christmas rolled around and again Cupid paid JZ D663 ree ua
us a visit. Lenora and Doris alternated at Wilma's guard position 3 Lut er
for the rest of the season. The end of a glorious season came in
the regional tournament with a loss to Morrison. Final count shows District giurnamegg
2l wins against only ll losses, with 7 of these losses coming at 51 Arcs da 25
the hands of Class A teams. High lights of this very successful Su Orlan 0
season include a 19-12 thrilling win over Coyle, and h5-38 win over t
Morrison lboth of whom later went to statel, a broken nose at Cov- Regional Tournamen
ington Qwhich resulted in a midnight ride over icy highways for J. 29 Morrison 37
D. and coach, a triple
hitting in the third overtime to make the score h5-M3 in favor of
the Pirettes, winning the district tournament at Coyle with a Sl-32
win over Arcadia and a Sh-25 win over Orlando, playing host for
the annual Kilo Conference tournament which saw us win our first
game 36-39 over Deer Creek, only to be eliminated by Luther.
overtime win over Jones with Norma finally
Eight returning letterman soon dwindled
Y Queen and Attendants Royalty
A total of 22 girls were participating in
workouts this year at various times and as
a result, not enough suits were available.
Some of the girls who did not get a suit,
but continued to work out each day included
Laurah Rains, June Leonard, Phylis Voskuhl,
and Lela Clark. A bit of tribute should go
to the girls who work out each day, go to
the games and have to sit on the bench. We
have a number of girls who go through that
many times, and they should be commended.
Darlene, Mona, Betty, Bobbie all know who
we are refering to. Four more girls will
be awarded the traditional black and orange
letter jacket for their efforts this year.
They are all freshmen and are: Barbara
Blaney, Barbara Kissner, Lenora Hunt, and
Pat Towle. Only graduating senior who was
with the team all year is Bev Diehl, who
has lettered all four years and holds the
individual scoring record for Mulhall School
Needless to say, she will be missed next
year. However, five of the starting six
will return along with a host of strong sub-
stitutes. Next season should hold a bright
future for the Mulhall Pirettes.
team and its
girls who were
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Pen wing a custow of sera
eral years ago, the basketball
teams chose Beverly Diehl for
their Basketball Queen. Nancy
Heppler and Jan Barker were
the chosen attendants. Bev-
erly was crowned by Max Birc-
ket at half time of the Deer
Creek gave on February ll.
Nancy was escorted by Pike
Spaulding and Janice by Johnny
Ferguson. Crown bearer was
Arnold Flesch and flower girl
was Syble Shafer, captains of
the grade teams. Members of
the Pirates and Pirettes form-
ed a large letter M while the
queen and her procession
marched in to the tune of "Let
Ne Call You Sweetheart."
Following the game the teams
were hosts for a reception for
the Deer Creek teams. The
19511-SS queen coronation will
long he one of the high lights
of basketball at TWlhalT
Left to Rignt, Front Row: Arnold Flasch, Butch Martin, Mike Malone, Jimmy
Clark, Glen Hopfer, Terry Blaney, Lloyd Fitzpatrick, Glen Terrel, Billy
Schmiedbauer. Second Row: Jerry Uhrig, Richard Andrews, Marvin Spaulding,
Harold Gorrell, Glen Raupe, Gary Fent, Kermit Red an.
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Left to right: First row, Jimmie Clark, Arnold Flasch, Glen Terrel,
Kermit Redman. Second row, Jerry Uhrig, Richard Andrews, Marvin
Spaulding, Harold Gorrell, Glen Raupe.
Grade Girls' Basketball
Left Right, First Rowg Jeanie Spaulding, Karen Fisher, Jeanie Barker,
Ann Gorrell, Renee Roblyer, Tresa Richards, Second Rowg Ina Heppler,
Syble Shafer, Wanda Spaulding, Janice Lasater, Linda Hopfer, Ramona
Dittlemier, Jqyce Lasater
Practically none of the
grade school girls had
played any in a game at
the start of the year,
so the biggest job of
all was simply learning
what to do. we played
several games and won
our share. Four of the
girls will move on to
high school next year.
Jan, Syble, Wanda, and
Ina plus two of the
seventh graders played
most of the time, and
we feel we have gained
part of the fundamentals
we will need in high
school as well as the
' ability to play the game
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girls, Slfble Shafer, Ina Heppler, Janice Lasater, and
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First Day of School
Commu ity Fair
County Fair, Guthrie
Oklahoma State Fair
Oklahoma State Fair
Band Festival, Stillwater
Orlando Grade, Here
F.F.A. Officers Meeting, Oklahoma City
Home Ec. Style Show
89ers Conference Tournament, Morrison
Kilo Conference Tournament, Here
John Deere Day
Arcadia, Here--Annual Queen Cornation
Deer Creek, Here--Basketball Queen
Band Trip, Perkins
Kilo Conference All-Star Game, Deer Creek
Band Trip, Purcell
Orlando Grade, Here
Band Trip, Kingfisher
Band Trip, Pawnee
Cmnmunity Club Donkey
89ers Parade, Guthrie
h-H Style Show
F.F.A. - h-H Banquet
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