Ninnekah High School - Owl Yearbook (Ninnekah, OK)

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'E 'q , Loyd R Watson Superintendent He ber of Kappa Delta Pi, Iational Honor Society Member of Board of Directors of 0 B A eight years To The Senior Class of 195' You and your sponsor justly deserve recognition for the excellent piece of work which you have done in this fine yearbook Many of your fondest memories are recorded in this turning through these pages which you helped to write have enjoyed working with you for the past two years I shall he ooking forward to seeing each of you take you places in our society as good and useful citizens The faculty, student body, and alumni wish to express our sincere thanks to you and your sponsor for a fine job well done in producing this 1955 Yearbook D I C A T I We, the Seniors, welcome the readers to the 195k 55 Owl It has been a big and unforgetful year which will remain with the Seniors of 51+ 55 as a wonderful memory throughout the years to come So,w1th loving hearts, we dedicate to the patrons teachers, school board members, and our fellow under classmen this year's annual we will always remember with pleasure the days we have spent at Ninnekah High School E 1 M we ' .4 1 I Wu Y y 'i X I if volu e and you will get much Joy in the years to come in . . I 5 D E 0 N 9 ,2 fx X57 ADMINISTRATION Jinx gif ann X Wig: f" Uni. A5 5 ff Q , 1 X Xfgf M -D W , ,fqh E-I xr? N X E! 1-21- Q , Nr U? Q dl'-i-E-.xi Q 5 M W i Q 1.151 AWA c-Muze! Gif 5 JW1 301 noni' R L McClellan Pnsidsnt vice President fs!fN .0 C C Jones Member of Connie Webb 1 Thomas Morgan Member Member K 5 0 5 ' ' E V-r r , ' if , 71 . I ww .X " wr Almon Underwood B A Degree east Central State Social Science Physical Education Loyd R Watson Degree East Central Degree Oklahoma A 6 M Science Algebra Mr James G Harris Central State Music Band Wesley Hobbs B S Degree Oklahoma A 5 M Stillwater Vocational Agriculture F F.A Mrs Linnie Castleberry B A Degree X N., xx: O C W English and Speech Mrs Loyd Jeter B S. Degree 0 C W Commerce 2nd and 3rd grade Neil Windle B.S. Degree Central State College Edmond 7th and 8th grade Elementary Principal Mr. Eugene Hart B.S. Degree Central State College Edmond 6th and 7th grade Grade School Coach Junior High Girls Coach Mrs. Rag Dunn B.S.S. egree OOCOWI East Central State Fifth grade N-H Club Mrs Heil Hindle B A Degree 0 C W 3rd and Nth grade Mrs Lois Null B S Degree Northeastern State 2nd and 3rd grade Home Economics Mrs Mary Hart B 8 Degree Central State College Edmond Primary . e e Q . U . w e e e e e Q-:-1 . . . lb 4-A ,W . ." '-I if - fb' , Mrs' James Mrs. Stoelman Mrs. Jobe cook Cook Cook 'L A...,,. . ., gsm Nw, .iff C3 6 ' A-aff' Sul INN? Qh Moore Mr Gann s Driver has Driver XM54 55 Mr sun M, Job, Bus Driver Custodian Bus Driver N IV I I Mr. V1 . Bu ,gi NSW!! NIAXUW 6 0M ff' 1'3" v Ax IM 1 Q 1 fn ' J ,GN 4 Y - , Vi J, , 3 lj it 3 -' .NJN 'sk I j L J ' O 1 I , wxy, M Q ,, ,M sa- -- S , .. X Ju I 3 Q ' ' ,. ' 'T ' . Janes Workman President Senior Class Vice President F F A Basketball Baseball Prompter Jr Sen Play Stage Hand Treasurer F F A Treasurer Jr Class Vietorene Rye Senior Reporter Basketball Softball Junior Play Senior Play Junior Candidate Slemnmr Qfllaas For F F A Queen Earl Dale Baxter Glee Club Secretary of Junior Class Buiord Boswell Basketball Baseball Junior Play Senior Play Vice President Senior F F A Class Willa Brise Basketball Soft Ball Junior Play Senior Play I H A Glee Club Secretary of Senior Class F F A Reporter Senior Play Soil Conservation Award ,- I' K QQ,- 5 . ir a 5' " r'T. . i 1, :A K 1 e e e U e e e Q n e . v 914 Q . U . . . H e e e Howard Lee Basketball Baseball F F A Stage Manager Junior Pla I Stage Manager Senior Play fajzufffbyj Junior Play Senior Play F F A Lois Darnell Soft Ball F H A Junior Play Senior Play Glee Club , if f .5?.1CDf .J will Troy Gail Clark Basketball Baseball F F A Senior Play yarn!! l rbara Ann Lee F.H A Song Leader Junior Play Senior Play Glee Club Junior Reporter Senior Candidate for FFA Queen O O O ,V , m-Liz W5C , E -, x j7.,:lriiV'a . V, V. 1 ' flxgi ' Rosle Whitener jug ,fl I' ' f - , -J ' NU 1 Z' '- . . . Jr V Q,4! ' L44 A, A P I O O W O C O U 'x E., RRYIOBH Whitener Class Pa Jill Ray Walker Basketball Baseball F F A Stage Hand Junior Play Stage Hand Senior Play M- eniors 1954- 59 Shirley whlhul Junior Play Senior Play Glee Cldb 1.1 gs" ': - -r-Y , gy? Donnie Ray Whitener Basketball Baseball F F A Junior Play Senior Play Mrs Raylomd Whitener Class Ha A we fi an 1' ' Al Q4 S 'r l s ,?,5 N s A . AP P l , l P ,X P fri X P Betty Ann D1-awry Junior Play Senior Play Glee Club Sammy Richardson Basketball Baseball F F A Junior Play Senior Play emofs 1954 1955 YR Wayne Vhitener President Junior Class Basketball Baseball F F A 49 Judith Ann McAdams Vice President Jr Cl Junior Play Senior Play Glee Club David Bennett Junior Play Senior Play F F A President 'ST 7 inf Q 3 'E ' ,pf Q' . J . Qu.-' -, s- 5 5, A 5 V , S 4 p, ' A , f 1 s-J B 17s- f XN5fQf2 X XX s-QQ. '.lZi3 ? K, ' 43,1 wigs ' ,P O l O C O O ,gy . 0 . my X . .vv ' I ' M 1' 'lj' 1 725-gi X Xxx lg! X05 ,A ,Sq Q -I Jumicmf fl al' Glass Velma Spencer Patricia Janes 1' W V7 Vernon HcE1hany Patricia Boatvright j:f""?7:- - - , Fi' f Q Q ,-'f . , I f 1- M, . . R , 1.-5, , , X 1 f J Y Moore Rosa Lea Barrington W 4? Billy West . . ' uj fif "- - 4 fa fl , S J.. , 11 K 'fn Z , fif D . , f , ., S, R I STAN, .F ' wx j. S , J A ' 7 4 Z ?7'4' f 5 I ' 5 J n ' Z. '4.- ,T , 4: n,' . J 4 Y ' 4 I A 4 .5 ' " ff ' ' a f L Rf' i 1 DOO!! UIKO Shirley Carlin N I Tony Richardson -fvf' XJ I ill' Raymond Briscoe Rachel Cofor Barbara Irvin !i Verlan Roberts Meta Hayes .. 2.8235 Wayne Rowell 3- Q7r i 2 .N' xxE I' AV, -C'-C: 3. ' JV ffks f-Qih' jf.. J' 53 X E 1 X 1 9.5 O, hx Nj! -1-J f I . i - " A f j 'N .J Dale Billy Sandra Webb K' A Barbara Mosier Oliver Barter Kathryn Berry J L Grooms Jgycg Workman Wiley Charlson '4- Frank witham Betty washum Jeffery Burton Mitchell West rv fvw 'ilar LaWana Boswell Ralph Morgan 4 one 4 ,I Adrian Irvin Is Margie Sanders Mary Barrington Pat Charlson Q9f"l .Z Torescs Williams 3: George Young 'I Y Johnny Hutz Dean Crqw ,"" K Gary Duke A? V1 J ' A' 9 , 'V -4 'A I ,, x, 7 - . lf' 9 ,A Q ' . 3293 W "W1 M 5 74" A217 1:37 " f 1 3 1 -of 1 ' 1 ,, Q Hx , -'Q ,Wi W ,Q we x 'ff n ,A f X X irff ' " , - A1 W ' f J xii! . ... Xx- I, K A Nl .Ul.::r'0:: 'Nr---J-. - X I 'VI f X s. ' X w X U " V A J 6-fi' 0 U M' 'arf . Q ' '17 Johnny Boswell -1 LaDonna Shaw 'Wu Harvey Joe Reed Bobby McCe11an x by Parilee West W Drevry 'lr Jlm ie Barrington lk Jo Ann Couch Robert Spears vi' Viola Cristian Aggies n1'f Dean Eakes Billy Bennett fq 'EQ Doyle Parham Junior Morris "F 4 1 Mike Thomas 1 'E Charles Charlson Thomas Cofer Mary Lnn Spears 'V' Mary Teal Karen Spies 'th -v John Roberts Donald Briscoe James Merritt Bill Anderson J I h ,, J ?iB , fbm J ,H 'fe' . 2 4Q f f f , 4 I - VV: A: K A v 3 - ag 4 D , .,, f, 41 , ' l - l , gh V b X M , w. Ai: J 4? Vtpjz go-Z . f nv I 'JJ I n f I ,Tl tw ,,,,Q,. iv N 3 ,E or ' if .3 ' ' Q5 1 ' ,,..o p A' XR- 1 Q V Ah ' X: x we X 4 v - v ' t,6b fgf I , - ' . 'f'9i , " Air ' - 3 'W I U A I Piil 135 y-iyf Front row Glenda Stovall, Sharon Hardy, David Briscoe Dan Holt, Kent Dunn, Phippip Dunn, Donald Barrington Leroy Wat ins Anita Lee Second row Dennis White, Edward Wright, Floyd Holt immy Kirk Karen N e Dale Cameron, Harriet Anderson, Norma Don Gann, Lonnie Webb, 1 Carter, Mr Hart Front row lony McAl1ster, Jerry Richardson, Billy Rogers, Karen White, Trula Nye Doris Hayes, Ida Hayes Jean McVey Second raw Ann Dunn Alice nn Stovall, Mary Jean Bart, Barbara Boatwright, Gene Pa Boswell Jimmie Brand, Otis Crow, Larry Charlson, Jo Ann Workman, Shirley Cofer, Jerry Rowell, Mr Windle S 1 Y L H Q S k C U C 72 'I' wr . - is in .. 6 V E 71 f 4 Q1 'H d 5 1 3 :L ?i ,if ul L ' N HGDZBJ. Uidlu DUDW Patricia Tyler Secon Row Alta Jean Rolt Lawanda Watkins, Roger Spencer Carl Irwin, Joe Washnm, Cly e Bennett Bulah Mc Alister, Thi Row Venita Nye, Linda Knapp, Johnna wen, Emit Clark, Mary Nell Johnson Mrs windle, Eddie Barber, Russell Woods, Odes Rogers, Pamela Eakes, Chris White First Row Colita McA1ister, Allen Gilmer, Patricia Mitchell, Jerry Mutz, Robert McVey, Tommy Williams, Larry Wenzel Second Row Linda Barber Don Roberts, Jo Ann Roberts, Dave Crow, Bill wma, Alfrieda Pilgrim Shirley Barrington, J E cnnmun, Marilyn Cameron., rmrd Row: rraaay Jobs, Loretta Gann, Mrs Dunn, Patricia Holding, Venda Harbor, Roy Crow, L D Rogers X n ,n,, n.. ' ' U44 uu...La.4.v, --...n.-.... --- ---.--,, , . A : A .. Q 1-A ' fo o o b ' 3 .7 f ' 5 in ' , 1 T 2 .1 . 1 - 5 ' -3 I 3 .' ' .p ' , . T ! R V 5 - 1 , ' z 5 g. ' -- f . j i a f t ' 5 a ' 2 . C' . ?,i2 5 A Hifi n 5 ',w . xi- I iff" . r o I n s o Q o o o '-1 A ,F First Row Johnny Watking, Duane White Archie Johnson, Orville Camp Glenna Jeffery, Patty Holt Seco Row Gene Gann, Anthony Rove 1 Regenia Lee, Peggy Tate, Lacquita Mutz, Pat HcVey Third Row: arry Wenzel, Grant Nelson, Nickel Rogers, Bry McClellan, Hrs Mary Har+, Kirk Castleberry, Donny Doughty, Roy Holt , oejnf 'I' Q2-.,z""1 First Rows Albert Crow, Joan Ann Tyler, Jo Lee Land, Edith Mcalister, Jimmy lakes, Jerry Wright Second Row Karon Jeter Rita Sue Drevry, Judy Hart, Norma Jo Boatwright, Lora Lee Watiins, Deborah Glass, Third Rows J imly Williams, Alva Ann Boswell Tomy Barber, Linda Holding, Judy lelaon, Larry Whitener, Richard Dennett, Troy Washul, Johnny Garner, Hr: LeRoy lull , -' N J -Q . ' 7' I : A it J S - Q K 5 ,E ' . na , it, , fog, . Lek a - ,A . , I ,, 1 L' V., ' in ' Q , . 'yv lL r D 4 ,Y y , T 1 K f ,- ' ' 1 J rg 2 J - 4 'X H15 fm NH l MFG 5 U I ff? may . 'XX . Xxx' Q ' tx J f lla JG' f I' Y 5 ae 0 ' Q 1 4 f X W H ' 7 1 U WC? u 3 U ' 7 LX Y C N' f , ... v Q , ,NJ-Q ix , fx I 5 CFrom left to righti Bottom row Gary Ihke, Oliver Baxter Janes Workman, Mitehell Host, Jimny Walker, Buford Boswell, mis B111y, me neon Duke Back row Blroy Williams, Sammy Richardson, Tommy Holding, Donnie Whitene Troy Clark, J V Moore, Wayne Whitener, and Mr Underwood gw' ea keffaf The Senior High Basketball team of 195W 55 consists of three Seniors, two Juniors and seven Sophonores Team work condition hustle, and the lmowledge that most people have room for improvement constitute the description ef the 1951+ 55 squad ll the team members believe that it is an honor and rivilege to represent linnekah High School on the floor of play Host ot the time the starting five consists of Sammy Richardson and Deon Duke as Guards, Troy Clark et Center and Tommy Holding and Jimy Walker et the Forward positions The center position is backed u by e Junior, J V Moore. The six remaining players, llitc ell West, Elroy Williams, Dale Billy, Oliver Baxter Gary Duke af Ralph Morgan are Sophomores and are read to relieve any one who tires. Sammy Richardson, Troy lark and Jimmy Walker are the three Seniors with all three starters The schedule included games with Cyril, Cement, lnadarko, Friend, Verden, Minee, Tuttle and Bush Springs. JJ Y I 9 h J lf S K h g e e . Z e I Front row-Kathryn Berry Rosa Lea Barrington, Velma Spencer Joyce Workman, LaDonna Shaw ara lee West Second row-Sandra Web Toresca Williams, Victorene Nye, Wilma Briscoe, Laianna Boswell, Coach, Mr Underwood Front row-Charles Charlson Jimmie Barrington, James Merritt, Coach Hr. Underwood. Second row-fohnny Boswell Bobby McCellan, Dean Eakel, Junior Morris, Bill Anderson. X -Q V 5 Y H X LL Q, 2: IBZ1 '- : V1 ff 'z 'I 13 . 5 . e.,' 5 El V ,it ', :,'u,A1 Z - X' X 1 2 I ' ' 9 . fk T . ' 1 Q 7 72, 0 First Row: LeRoy Watkins, Dan Holt, Donald Barrington, Kent Dunn, Anthony McA1ister, David Briscoe Edward Wright, Phillip Dunn Second Row Jerry Rowell, Floyd olt James Kirk, Jerry Richardson, Gene Boswell Larry Charlson, Bennis White Third new Lonnie Webb, Billy fingers, Jimmy Brand, Mr Hart First Row Anita Lee, Jo Ann Workman Norma Gann Glenda Stovall, Sharan Hardy Ann Dunn Second Row lice Stoval Barbara Boat wright, Harriett Anderson, Ida Hayes, Trula Nye, Boris Hayes, Mary Hart, Karon Nye, Mr Hart Nl A P65 x B ,-is .. will rg! Qi!! Front row Gary Duke, Oliver Baxter, James Workman, Mitchell West, Jimmie Walker, Buford Boswell, Dale Billy, Deon Duke Second row Elroy Williams, Sammy Richardson, Tommy Holding Donnie Whitener, Troy Clark, J V Moore, Wayne Whitener, Coach, Mr Underwood T"'W"f!"" 0. I I Front row-Kathryn Berry, Pairlee West, Joyce Workman LaDonnn Shaw, Barbara Mosier, Second row-Velma Spencer Sandra Webf Toresca Williams, Mary Ann Spears, Lawanna Boswell, Rosa Lea Barrington, Coach, Mr. Underwood. . , 'L VV, i , - 7:5 .',,, ,wg J w Q - X V ' B A We-f ew f 44 , 6 is ' . l ' A 4 , x n N ff ,. X S gf , - . I ly V ' 9 8 ,1 ' ' - "1 J ' ti . , b Q 4, A an 4 .. 1 Tx ' ' L 4 Y' Vx-, 5 1 1 D -- C 0 . 5 y , , L 4 7g , -A LL QE? ' w S Q 4 2:3 Y NW! NVQ XXX? 9' .F G an 1 XXV 5 jg D . Q aw , Q X MXN V f T-i Y V A os Ei 'LA ...-fi-:fi--'T--' wi?-1 ' at c,'i'.' V + Q I 5 0 4 . 72 ' , iw XX Q- . ? pb 5" gf, Rf fj f' L 0 Y A 14' 3- Y 1, E X.. N . - .Q gg X 1- X T QEQEQFD Tm- ' mx .5 x A ' i A ' ' I V h 31, Future Farmer of America IINNEKAB FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA 'Training Leaders In Agriculture' OFFICERS 1953 55 President Vice President Treasurer Reporter Sentinel Advisor David Bennett James Workman Tommy Holding Earl D Baxter Dale Billy Mr W W Hobbs State Winner Farm Blectrification Champion Speaker Dist FU FFA Spe ech Contest Champion Speaker Dist FU-Cattle men's Speech Contest lst Award Dist FU-Cattlemens Spe ech Contest Winner SH Dist FFA-Co-op Speech 2nd Place State FFA-Co op Sneech 1953 Champions Co Poultry Judg1D8 lst Ind 1953 Co Poultry Judging lst Place Chapter SH Dist Electric Contest lst Place Team Minco Land Contest of 1955 lst Place Ind. Hinco Land contest of 1954 ard Team Co. Land Judging th,5th,6th 8th Q 9th Ind Co op Judging Judging of 1954 in 1954 Ardmore Land Judging contest 2nd Speaker FU-FFA Speech Contest F F A MO T0 Learning to do Earning to live Lining to serve 3rd Ind Judge Norman Dairy Show Nth Team Norman State Dairy Show Nth Ind 195k Dist FFA Speech 2nd Team 1954 Chickasha Dairy Show Nth Team State Ayrshire Judging Ind State Ayrshire Judging Ind State Farm Bldg Contest st FFA Team 195k Co Dairy Judge n Contest st FFA Ind 195W Co Dairy Judg ng Contest 195k Co Poultry Judging Champions lst Q 2nd Ind Co Poultry Judging lst Champion Farm Shop Exhibit at Ok- lahoma State Fair 1954 lst Place State Fire Prevention Contest 1954 2nd State Winner National Grange Essay Contest FEW CHAPTERS HAVE EQUALLED THIB RECORD IN SUCH A SHORT TIME. O 'l I' !l 7 5' ,, ' fa " e e e T Secretary ---- Z: Deon Duke Doing to learn 2nd - 1 - . 1 g . 1 - - 1 7 W First Bow: Karen Spies Labonna Shaw, Linda White, Joann Couch, Pairlee West, Viola Christian, Mary Ann Spears, Mary Teel, Back Bows Barbara Hosier, Joyce Workman, Patsy Charlson, LaHana Bos well Toresca Williams Sandra Webb, Betty Washu , Mary Helel Barr ngton, Margie Sanaers, Kathryn Berry, Mrs LeRoy lull The freshmen class ceeked the first semester of scheel T ey V111 study geed greening, personality and sewin the second semester The high light ef the class was the making ef candles fer Christmas the style show, as they had seved the first semes+er Beth classes took part in the shew It was given to theme ef ' bther Goose Land' The Home Economics' Department hopes to have a use- ful project each year This year we redecorated the kitchen 4 4 I AI 1 O O The Sephomnre Class had several garments to show in AFQH Club Fourth Row Venda Harber Doris Hayes, Barbara Baotwright Harriett Anderson, Norma ann, Ann Dunn Jo Ann Workman , Karon Nye, Kent Dunn Mrs Ray Dunn, T rd Row: Sharon Hardy, Roy Crow, B ll Carter Patricia Mitchell, Dan Holt Floyd Holt, Dennis White, Phillip Dunn, Anita Lee, Second Row, Gene Paul Boswell, Jimmie Brand Velma Spencer Meta Hayes, Linda White, Trula Nye, I a Hayes, Mary art, Alice Stovall First Row Robert Mcvey Dave Crow Don Ray Roberts, nda Barber, Jerry Mutz, rry Wenzel, B111 White J E Calhoun, and Freddy Jobe The Ninnekah ll-H Club re organized for the year 1951+-55 in October with an enrollment of 38 nenbers The following officers were elected: President: Gene Paul Boswell, Vice Pres x Linda Barbara Boatwright, Pianist: Ann Dunn The Ninnekah Ilub was well represented at the State Round Up in Stillwater this year Out of a group of twenty four boys and girls who represented Grady County, eight of that number were from the Ninnekah Club They were Lovie Nell Parton, Meta Hayes Trula Nye Linda White, Earl Morris, Jr , Jimmie Brand, Gene aul Boswell, and Jimmie Barrington A large majority of the members of the Ninnekah Club are 'Blue Ribbon Winners W Last year the boys and girls won near eight hundred dollars in prize money The Club works very hard to reach the goals that are set by the Rational, State, County, and Local Leaders The National H-H Club Emblem is the four leaf clover with the Letter 'H' on each leaflet The four 'H's' represent the equal training of the Head, Heart, Hands and Health of every member. Our motto ie 'To make the best ettor ' :fe .hi ' 9 Af: il' L, 1" o White, Secretary: Meta Hayes, Song Leader: Trula-Nye, Reporter: 6 .' UP 13. 0 WMM The Ninnekah High School Band was re erganiged as a credit course for High School Students, after a long period of inactive ness The instructor for the years 1954-55 is Mr Jim Harris This school hasn't had an organized band since the late 1920's we don't have a large band, but we think a small one sounds better anyway We now have one Clarenet player, Jr Morris, Two Cornet players Sammy Richardson and Clyde Bennett, One Trumpet player Jimmy Brand, Three Trombone players Elroy Williams, Oliver Baxter, and Ralph Morgan, Two Saxophone players Tommy Ho1ding,Alto and Earl Baxter, Tenor, Two Drums Mike Thomas, snare and Patsy Charlson,Bass, and one Bass Horn player Lonnie Webb Our band went to Cordell, Old-lh0l8, October 23, 1951+ 130 hear -I W O WThe United States Navy Bandn play. 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