Nocona High School - Chief Yearbook (Nocona, TX)

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E Vx ,j f , A rf ' I. , f' I ' 0-S- 9 I . I . . . I . , S I I Zfreword ln August 1858 snxty three settlers of north central Texas cast votes to organuze a new county Montague named for a pioneer surveyor and Indlan fnghter Daniel Montague Three places were ln the runmng for county seat Head of Elm where Saint Jo now stands a place on Farmer s Creek between present day Montague and Head of Elm and the center of the county When the center ofthe county was selected town lots were sold a log courthouse was built and Montague came into existence This year Montague County observes Its centenmal The 1958 Chaet presents some sketches from the panorama ofa century In honor of the ore hundredth barthday of our county Cable af 6011151115 Administratnon. . . ..... . . . . Faculty .... Classes. . . Semors. . . Juniors. . . Sophomores. Freshmen. . Personal :ties . Organizations . . Sports ..... Advertisements . . . an. Page 3 Page 4 Page 5 Page 7 Page Page Page Page Page Page Page I 5 2 I 27 35 5 I 69 89 - n ,- . ' ' it 'a--ii. ., A"..s - ' 5.9 '- Q1 't .- ' ' 'L - ' 'ff ,. -. , x ' "Q, ,Lf 1 1 '- I I I 3 1 . I - . 1 I ' I r 1 - ' ' ' ll ' ll . ' .. . Um Y... . y , af ,fm F, If V! if I iz . -,ml Dr. C. A. Lindsey, Bob Bennett, Dr. David Maior, J.E. Curlin, Henry Fenoglio, Jack Mercer, Grant Hoover, Branch Chapman. BOARD OF EDUCATION Bob Benneff. 0 . . ..... President Dr. David Maior. . . . , Vice President J.E. Curlin .... . . Q .Secrefary Dr. C.A. Lindsey J Superinfendenf of Schools R.M. Puilis Principal of Nocona High School ,Administration igfsff 3 . jk. , H 'Q A , sz '15 "' 50 " Em gl' J . its ii -, - ff ii ' V-.J 3. gi! TOP ROW: A.T. Anderson - Speech, Civics, History, Alva Copeland - Counselor, Thelma Dunaway - English, James Guyton - History, Science, Coach. SECOND ROW: Maurine Henry - Business Training Grace Janeway - Spanish, Math, Mary Jane Knipp - Science, Coach, Norman McDaniel - Band. BELOW, TOP: Aubrey Mitchell - Librarian, Tom Moore - Science, W.A Morgan - Math, Tom Smith - Science, History, Asst. Coach. BOTTOM ROW Martha Thompson - Homemaking, R.F,, Thompson - Voc. Ag., Helen Weeks - English, Fred Wright - Coach, ind. Arts. 35 , an 3 Q:-X V 'SN I' .,,q 47 CLA 5115 The area now Montague County was known to French and Spanish trappers as early as 1719 be- cause of an important village of Taovayas Indians, a branch of the Wichitas, at a bend in Red River. In October, 1759, a Spanish punitive expedition to the fortified rancheria was defeated by allied Indians flying a French flag. After 1812, the Indian settlements diminished in size and importance. When the early American settlers in north Texas found the ruins of the old fortifications, they assumed that these had been left by the Spanish, and therefore the locality of the old Indian village came to be known as Spanish Fort. AImo Maier J I if T 10 o CO nrmsh In 'h-ue uereir T if-H fl' elf mtv si: hm we WI' YW' hon 0' I' Id 1 O r F V ' E ' ' 3 F 1' " ' ckbishvoq, Y Imme, 9. all -things -Hint are right and bring Jo yov no 5 om! Q Q O Q 94.7 FIGHT SONG e ove ou, ocona Highp rou o ou, ocono i . ursc oo iscwc sri p o a i air on s uclre on Fight! Fightl Fighfl Fighfl o, n icns,c: own e ie . Fi f, Indians, an never ie . . .S. wi win oni , we will fighfl fighfl figI'1I'I - W! J, III' I I Iii? 'Lp' I" '-3 eg 1' J 'I . l'1"'.f .sl IP J' 3' bi' J. Q' 'T' 'IT + fI"i"ff' I"I.fJi16"'I"I' :JJ.iif."'4.i-,g'5'g-lfg If. ei'-vc-1? F GL. V' I I 'I ' , J' .I 415.1 I J J J "JJ ,rrrfrffiffrsf I ,IJ It I I 'IJ.I...'J1tfw'?!'f.lrJ"?'v I JJ 3 JJ 'lg II J I Il r,-1 If' rr I rl I WI y N Pdfy N Hgh gplrtlf Idyq ghfd Ghld IId thfld :EIQH II fdghfyld JUNE RUTLEDGE models a one hundred year old dress for JON ROBERT FLYNT Al. LINDSEY and SANDY TOMPKINS The boys are wonderung rf there were grassburs an Montague County ln those days Scalar 611155 OMWS June Rutledge Presvdent Jon Robert Flynt Vnce Presudent Janice Mark Secretary Al Lindsey Sandy Tompkans Class Mothers Mrs. Robert R. Smith Mrs. P.M. Martm Mrs. D.G. Gardner, Jr Sponsors A.T. Anderson Mrs. Martha Thompson Miss Mary Jane Knipp Treasurer Parl lamentarlan Seniors af 58 8:1 7 -3 iv 5-Tr l' ,...Ai,' Q! W-, . ,,,,, . . M .-"nif:'!- K, -uf' 'Q . . ,, 'gf 'a- DON BOSWELL Band l 2 Vice President 3 President 4 Science Club 3 Student Council l 2 3 4 Class President 3 All Region Band 3 4 T l L Typing 3 Debate i Stage Band 4 Don Juan talented witty brilliant all this and handsome too Paid political an nouncement DON BROOKS F F A l 2 Basketball l Tall dark and lets face it if you dont believe he is handsome ask a certain basketball player in the Iunnor class Don would be the class representative in a Tall Texan contest RONNIE BROWN A l 2 Footb l 2 Basket all Athletic Club l 2 Our friendly likeable energetic Ronnie must work at two 'obs one at his father s cafe and the other as a tester for the cigarette manufacturers ZULA DAVIS F H A l 2 3 Future Teachers 2 She brings us all the news from Bowie These popular people from Montague have friends all over the county Zula says she would not have to take one of Mrs Copeland s tests to know that she does not want to be a tumbler BENNIE DENNIS etbaIII23 FHA 2 3 4Llray Club 4 Sports Club I lndianettes Club Sec 2 Athletic Club 3 Future Nurses Club 3 Bennie, a mid-term graduate is counting the days until her soldier husband comes home from Korea DONNIE ELDRED . A. l,2' Athletic Clu 1,27 Foot Manager l 2. Donnie's eighth-grade nick- name of Sampson has been replaced by Coon in tribure to his fondness for hunting. H does not enioy being an anatomy chart for the biology class. Where is the gall bladder anyhow? JON ROBERT FLYNT Football l 2 3 4 Track l 2 3 4 Basketball l Athletlc Club l 2 Secretary 3 Class Vrce President 4 Student Council Parlxamen tarlan4 When you heara group an an uproar It s a safe bet that Flynt s In hrs role as e Hunchback of Notre Dame the Kingfish or lust actmg hlmself DONALD LEE FORE F otball l 2 3 4 Track l 2 3 4 Baseball l Athletlc Club l 2 Parllamentaruan 3 F F A 4 Student Councrll F H A e u 4 Class Presndent l Class Favorlte3 Class Parllamentarlan 3 He answers Here when anybody counts up to four H e wants to ans wer roll call nn New Orleans In June NAKITA GIBSON enceClubl FHA 12 PepCu Nakuta ns a newcomer to the class of 58 for she was only a sophomore last year There must be some branns behund those pretty red framed glasses WANDA HANEY F H A 12 3 Choral Clubl 2 PepCub3 Band l 2 We believe that some optometrlst IS paying Wanda to wear glasses because they make her look luke the glamorous adver trsements on televnsuon PAT HARALSON F H A l 2 Vlce Presldent4 Band I Stage Bandl 2 4 Pep Clubl Choral Club You may call her oeautlful, but you cannot say she rs dumb, since Pat has fznnshed hugh school in three years wnth a good record SANDRA HENDERSON Athletic Club l Vuce Presldent 2 Reporter 3 Basketball I 2 3 4,Tenmsl 2 3 4 Sot ba 12 FHA 1234 Band2 Secretry 3 4 Band Sweetheart 3 Class Vice Presldent 3 Favorite 3, F F A Sweetheart4 Cheer leader 3, Head Cheerleader 4. The formula for energy is SANDRA. -my Scnmrs af 58 5 -Q' 'K 1 tv' st, , . X -1. V4 ".. 1 f Seniars of 58 Ai fin' 'l -45- 091 30,11 ,gh QW A? n ll l ws' ' " 5 pt ll IV' ,-"" F.H. . 1 1 1 1 1 Club . . P . 5 A ' - I I f' Y ' . , . - Tw x., N J I r I f I 1 1 f I f F k"k I I F I I I ' ' ' fr yi - I I I .- xx ' 5 " , . 1 1 1 ' - ' 37 V x . . .. . - . I Q . . . . E 1 13 6 A Q 1 X. " . - t ," ,111 11 ll "rs I' r l I I I I I ' fi T lil' . . .I . -wi , s, ii Aj. tix -Q-, l .mx ' . ing? if .Q ,sb . - . 'W A if-1' ' 2. ' in S Hiiut' ' t .f 1 s - 1. .-L .. 1 ,H 52, -'at , M Y 9 :ails J fl '--- ' F 1 J 1 1 1 1 1 ' ' 1 I . . . 1 I n tif l . . ' . . K . - f ,nl , . I I I . .- 0 P I I F I F' 1 ' l , 1 1 - , , . . . ORETHA HEWITT A l 2 3 Choral Club 2 3 Pep Parluamentarran 3 Scxence Club Reporterl Annual Staff4 Asoft vouce a pleasant smlle anda truendlydlsposntlon account for the fact that she does not have an enemy nn the world Her looks do not hurt her ratlng anyl CARL HODGES Football l 2 3 4 Track l 2 3 4 Baseball l 2 3 4 Athletlc Club T 2 3 F F A President l Secretary2 Class Presldent2 Class Favornte T Football teams all over north Texas remem ber our all dnstrlct end but NHSalso remem ber Carl as the one who could produce those deep deep tones from a bass fnddle JAMES HOWARD Band l 2 3 Science Club 3 If everybody rn the sensor class had worked on sensor money rarsrng prolects as farthfully as James, the class would be planmng a trlp to Hawau an stead of to Chacago fOr rs rt New Orleans?J JON L JAMESON Football l 2 3 4 Basketball I 2 Track l 2 3 4 Athletrc Club I 2 3 Science Club 2 If we can believe Jon L he IS working his way through school dnggmg graves and making home brew Such unusual talents should get htm through college too CHARLES JONES Football l 4 Basketball I 2 3 Athletlc Club 1 F F A l 2 3 Segregatnon rs no problem In Montague County but Charles has notlfued the clvucs class that he as for rt He also be lneves that a boy s best friend ns hrsautomoblle msurance company AL LINDSEY Student Councrl 1 2 Treasurer 3 Vuce Press dent 4 Sclence Club 2 Presxdent 4 Annual 3 Football Manager I 2 Class Secretary Treasurer 3 Treasurer 4 Athletic Club I De bate T 2 3 Our future M D us made up of equal parts of brams and mrschret SHARON LOBBAN Future Teachers President 2 3 Stud rt Coun cll 4 Annual Staff 3 Business Manager 4 F H A l 2 3 Class Secretary Treasurer 2 Two big moments In Sharon s life when she was chosen Oil Progress Queen and when she made 88 on a physics test JANICE MARK Choral Club T Treasurer 2 3 F H A Treas urer l Song Leader 2 Parlnamentarian 3 Vice President 4 Football Sweetheart 4 Pep Club 3 Class Secretary 4 She IS a lovely model for the attractive clothes thatshe malces DONNIE MCCOOL Football l 2 3 4 Track l 2 3 4 Basketball l AthleticClubl 2 3 F F A l 2 Secreta y 3 President 4 Donnie winner ofthe sports manship trophy and other honors has col lected almost as many trophies as his prize cattle JERRY MEYERS F otball l 2 3 4 Trackl 2 3 4 Stu ent Council President 4 A nual 4 Class Vice President l Sophomore Favorite 2 The pres: dent of our Student Council is deeply interest ed in good government Why else would he spend so much time at the home of the mayor? JIM MILLER Science Club 4 We hope Jim won t bea martyr to science He s tasted everything in the chemistry lab from copper sulfate to con tammated water We want him to live to be one of America s answers to Russian scientists V SUZANNE MORGAN Wichita Falls l'Annual Staff 3 Editor 4- Stu- dent Council 3 Secretary 4' Pep Club2 3' Tennis2 3 4-Class Favorite 2 ltuis a question which Suzanne enioys more 'her 1929 Ford Thundle ancestor of the Thunderbird or her horse Sweetie. Her personality is strictly 1958 model Semars af 58 1' -vzq r-'ir 40- 'T Seumrs of 58 "is -J 7.46 . ELAINE NOBILE F H A I 2 3 Future Teachers2 Volleyball S ftball I 3 Cnrls Ath tnc Clu I e rs an A student who rs wrllvng to share her knowledge wnth less brrllnant classmates But she would rather be at a safe dnstance when some of them do chemrstry expernments EDDIE LEE PERRY a etbaIl3 4 Track 3 F F A Greenhorn Sentunel I He IS a dependable wnllnng worker wuth a cheerful dusposutnon When Eddle goes to work for Uncle Sam no drull sergeant well have to make hum walk erectly DONNELLY REID F F A I 2 3 4 Donnelly seems to c ange cars so often that he must get a sporty new one for Chrustmas and a sportuer one on each birthday Maybe he wall graduate to planes soon and become one of the flylng ranchers of Texas DON RUSSELL Arlungton Herqhts Ft Worth When school opened the sensor class numbered 20 gurls and 20 boys Don was a tu breaker For the boys when he entered rn October He usa pleasant lukeable addutuon to the class polu tncal sltuatron MYRLE RUSSELL F H A I 2 3 Future Teachers of Amerrca I Lnbrary Club Vuce Presudent 2 Presldent 3 Myrle took a vacatuon from Nocona Hugh having the last semester of her lunuor year and part of her sensor year at Arlmgton Helghts and Technucal Hugh at Ft Worth Welcome home! JUNE RUTLEDGE Studend Counc1l3 F H A Reporter I2 Scrence Club 3 Pep Club 2 Band I 2 Mayor ette 3 4 Representatuve 3 Vnce Presudent 4 Tennls I 2 3 4 Band Sweetheart 4 Class Pressdent 4,T I L Typung 3,AII Region Band 3,4, Stage Band 2,3,4 Our Bug ' blonde, brarny, and beautuful, JOSIE QCURLYI SAPPINCTON n I 2 3 Athle c Cu Treasurer 3 Basketball I 2 3 4 Arrowhead Assustant Edrtor 3 Volleyball I 2 3 4 Base b I 2 3 4 On bask tball trrps Curly IS so anxlous to helpall the gurls Iceepslnm and trrm that she eats th rr desserts for them PAT SEEDS erball I 2 3 4 Athi f Club I Favorute I Volleyball I 2 3 4 Baseball I 2 34 E H A I 3 StudentCouncll2 Science Club 4 Class Secretary Treasurer I Vuce Presldent 2 Cheerleader 2 4 Our nomunee For I957 OII Progress 'Queen Pat IS popular wrth students and teachers JUDY SMITH Irvung I E H A 2 3 Arrowhead3 Edrtor I L Spelling 3 4 ReadyWrltrng Pep Club 2 3 Choral Club 3 Of necessrty Judy has become a pretty good automobile mechanlc Her other tal nts are more artustuc she as a musxcnan and a promusnng ournalnst OLIVIA SPENCER Basketball I 2 3 4 Volleyball 3 Tenmsl oftball I ual 4 I o Leader 2 3 Presudent4 Athletrc lub I 2 3 Arrowhead 4 Band I Sophomore Represen tatrve 2 Class Reparter4 T l L Declamatuon I Spellung 2 She IS as lovely as the puctures she paints SUE STA NIFORTH ent Councul I 3 4 T I 2 Malorette I 2 Drum Malor 3 4 Sensor Rep resentatuve 4 F H A I 2 3 Scrence Club 3 Athletuc Club 2 We do not need to read Vogue to Iceepupwuth the styles lust notuce whatSue rs wearmg She us a top Drum Mayor oo CEORGE TAYLOR Scuence Club I 2 3 4 Arrowhead Edrtor 3 Ba etbalI3 COIFI234 Te SI234 It was only the alphabet not has chance that placed George on thus page wrth Fuve gurls and no golf clubs He rs one of Nocona s best golfers Seniars af 58 'Qt-. -41.3 '40 -To .di J f Sewers of 58 -715 Xxx... . Os!-xxx X N, .Ks .ftxtll 'ull' 1' if 44" 9' 4244? OTIS TETTLETON otball l Track l Baseball 1 F F 3 Athletuc Club l Otrs loves huntrng and accordrng to theF F A boys ns agood camp frre cook Add to that has skull on a guitar and you have all the requurernents For a happy lrfe outdoors SANDY TOMPKINS etball l 4 rack l B eball Scrence Club l 2 Parlramentaruan 4 Mon tague really produc s mathematrcoans F Sandy rs typvcal He lakes has old Friends X and Y all right but his real love IS baseball DORIS TUCKFR F H A l 2 3 4 Future Teachers Club Re porter 3 Choral Club I 2 No other member ofthe class of58 has Dons s clarm to drstnnc tuon she has a nrece rn hugh school wrth her If she realrzes her ambrtron to be a teacher she should be a very patnent one LAVONYA UNDERWOOD Arrowhead 3 Athletic Club l 2 3 F H A I 2 Basketball I 3 Baseball 1 2 Whatever Lavonya does she does well Sunce her nnterests rnhrgh school have been qurte varied she wall graduate from hugh school asa well rounded personality SUE WALKER F H A l 2 3 4 Lrbrary Club Hrstorran 2 Correspondrng Secretary 3 President 4 You can take the gurl out of Nocona but you can not take Nocona out of the gurl Sue comes to hugh school here even though she has moved away She rs a leader rn the active Lrbrary Cub ELLIS WHITE Arrowhead 3 Scrence Club 4 Class Reporter 3 Onlya newcomer calls Bud byhrs real name When he becomes one of the promrnent scren trsts of the future hrs old school mates may not recogmze Doctor Ellns Wade Whrte PAGE MISSING PAGE MISSING auf.. 1' 'L 43 'SW AQ 'UN my 3-fav-Q D 353 .1 s -...J TOP ROW Jimmy Puffs Betty Frczler Jeurl Codwnn Carolyn Green SECOND ROW Odns Green Judy Honkuns Brenda Hull Phulllp Hoover THIRD ROW Roberf Hughes Peggy Hurley Mnke Johnson Betty Keck I 1' W? -3 'Y' aff ,4 .AY I7 I .JI 'Y' 'QT ff J 2 juuiars 1 e-- . 1 TOP ROW Charles Keclf Tommye Lobban James Lynn 4, 'ik "Q, SECOND ROW Rand: Maddox Doffue Marhn Caddy McCall Jean Muller THIRD ROW Eddie Murray Lynn Nored John Paschall Kenneth Pafferson xx -1" H f I 1 5' iz. R s ff" ' - avi- , .-f J' ' 331'- I. C , 5 A r' 5 an - 1 X, -' , - I Q .5 ' ,1 lf A Q 9 3' 4. - V , e. ' ' V V fe Fw, fm 'ff ' Y ,A 2, R: , iff. - ' 'Q 1' '. - ff ,E ' .Z::g,-5 RX .,' .. I 1 'iiiigf t L5 . HX f ., A 2522392 I A ' J ' 1 ' V - fin '. - Q '92 55' U ' - . -T :ae ' ,-'. 'Y' -1 u , ' O . S Rt' . "AY .1 I 4, V 4 I' rf" ,. ' is 1 Y XX' gif: .1 -1, 6 W3-f r v:l,ffff':': l N:-4. BY , s f , X fr' fp " Z An- .fx ,f -1 r X 1 ml R TOP ROW Charles Perry Shirley Phlllmps Davud P lddy Royce Prnddy SECOND ROW Nancy Reed VIFQIDIG Reed Maxnne Race Denms Richardson THIRD ROW Bully Russell Linda Salmon Jaquufa Slcrnner Lucille Slater .9"'N fix 'ie 9- Q! 'Wm 'QQ I V' ff' wi JA TOP ROW Glenn Smith Lefa Jo Smlfb Darla Tefflefon SECOND ROW Vurglnna Tetflefon Bobby Usellon Carol Vanover Reba Walker THIRD ROW Wullnard Weaver Jnmmy Welch Douglas Wuecbmcm Judy Yarbro l QS 'K funiars 'WTAE ,-ur -sr T Dlsplayrng fl'1e Confederate baffle flag LEO NEWLAND EDDIE WALDRIP CHRISTIE COWAN LANITA YOUNG and TOMMY MORGAN remrnd us that Montague County was once a parf of the Confederacy Sophomore Hloss 0Moors Leo Newland Eddre Waldrlp Chrrsfre Cowan Lamfa Young Tommy Morgan Class Mothers Mrs Claude Sewell Mrs Clmfon Rush Mrs. W T Tompkrns Mrs Herman Reddy Sponsors Fred Wrrglwt Tommy Smlfln Mrs. M H Mrfchell Mrs. Maurme Henry Presrdenf Vice Presrdenf Secretary Treasurer Parl ramenfarlan .xl ,qv D1 . , , xi It if tx I 'S ig- l ll , 1 I 4 H M N' C 4 x Q i 3 V ffl .pal ,I ,' 1' .5 i 1 " 4 ' 1 1 iq 1 'Y' .nl .Q Q. X, , ajfgfgog. 0.5 9. ss . of . - ' 30 .Q 23:-. I gm up 4 ' -' Lf-to ,W-. 3,121 gs 1 ' :ff r ' .uni , J 41 1 'vu , G A .ill -l J fi" 'Y' ,A- --.J TOP ROW: Ann Adkins, Elmer Adkins, Larry Albin, Jimmy Aldridge, Venevian Aldridge SECOND ROW: David fBugsJ Bagley, Ronnie Bowerman, Gaylard Brown, Robert Buck, Frances Burleson Soplramarcs BOTTOM ROW: Robert Byrom, Jimmy Capps, Barbara Coker, Gail Cook, Patsy Copeland Qu' -l i 4 I .-J' lm 'Q T TJ 'vo ,Q va, MR 'S -W 1? fri T737 TOP ROW: Christie Cowan, Obra Douglas, Beffy Doyle, Loretta Durham, Barbara Fox SECOND ROW: Janice Gee, Calvin Godwin, Jacquelyn Goodspeed, Rosemary Grooms, Linda Guinn BOTTOM ROW: Ann Horton, J It R K is M I 4. .1 , Q' ' .. 4 ,avr ' ' wl Saphamorvs oe Hoover, Jim Johnson, Tommy King, Weldon Kirby, Sid Mallory l ar? '1 -. T ln '15 Q2 Q is ' 5? Q. gs' Q GS ' ' x 'T' wi 5. of fe 2 we gf 4 , w VY .Y nc. af lc 1 5 Q I T ,QF bf:-1 6 H an ---qv ez em Q . xi , Av 'wh -IQW ' -f 'Z Q gs ,gfa 17. E-3:45a "4 1:61. fx. ,wwf N K Menasco Avia Molsbee Beverly Moody TOP ROW: Elizabeflw May, Joan Mc ew, ay , , SECOND ROW: David Morgan, Tommy Morgan, Sue Moss, Dan Neal, Leo Newland BOTTOM ROW: Darlene Nobile, Corene Oxford, Irene Oxford, Saplzamares T --,Q L '09 '157 qi , ' "5 'z Li f 1' V O , K h A 2' , til A Q ' . f , , 2 lj' 1 E ' -...n-'r f. Q., K4 X Lynda Pannal, Kenneth Partridge -up 1 'W lx , -q K EX' ..' . ,X 4 4 he P "' T ,t-ask ,J 1 , -'vi xx' 'J V A fi ' TILT 1-Qi , T 4 '14 ,Iva Q ' X, Y ' 'Xu I f' uw .S ff' if 1 , QQ -sn. fl -. T? . 3, s ' t S yi X , 1 T , . - , X .15 X Y E h Q. w t -u 2 2 1 . .I Q vt I 1 ,,,.. 5 -5, -S Sl ? . ...- TOP ROW: Linda Patrick, Floyd Patterson, James Pearson, Elaine Pollock, Mary Jean Reddy SECOND ROW: Betty Reid, Harold Reynolds, Sharon Rich, Don Richards, Ronnie Romine BOTTOM ROW: Marilyn Rush, Keith Sewell, M. E. Spencer, Douglas Taylor, Lula Thompson ...Qi Q -L ? ,N Tv 1 3? '- ...P ' , -Ka 'i ,gi .'-G 12 QA Y .hw ..,,,,,-e 4 an-16' "9 Dx fa:-"fb 5 ,fr O. 4 ff an 1 ,V gf fgy-.N . I' ...ur X .,,,, Q " . 'fs -',4ua 4, ,N y 1 ,sl l 1 N-2 19' - 5 5 l ' , l . . TOP ROW: Thomas Thompson, Billy Tompkins, Ima Jo Tompkins, Nancy Tompkins, Donald SECOND ROW: Eddie Waldrip, Arvel Wall, Opal Walls, Peggy Walser, David Werfko Saphamarcs BOTTOM ROW: Jimmy Winter, Joyce Wood, Fay Wyler, Patsy York, Lanifa Young -as CX' fy., L 1,125 J, A Vanover HS X A 'f,2,J 554. in Many of the pxoneers came to Montague County In vehxcles similar to this IU which JAMES HANKINS and PENNY SMITH Iseatedl and GLENDA MILLER SARA WALKER and JIMMY WOMACK are riding grcslzmau Class Ofhcers James Hanlcins. ............. ....... ..President Penny Smith .... . . .Vice President Glenda Miller . . ...... Secretary Sara Walker ...... Jimmy Womack .... Class Mothers Mrs. M. E. Hankins Mrs. R. M. Pults Mrs. M. C. Lerner Sponsors Thomas R. Moore Richard Thompson Mrs. Grace Janeway Mrs. Helen Weeks . . . . . . . .Treasurer Parliamentarian sl IV' av' " f" ffl' x wi I 'NAS' i fv'reshmc14 hnlL TOP ROW Barbara Allen Joe Rlclwcrcl Armstrong Douglas Aslwcraff Pai' Barfleff SECOND ROW Carlene Berslwers Garry Braslwear Charles Brafclwer THIRD ROW Lawana Breeclen Jamie Buck Marvin Buck FOURTH ROW Lnndc Burnett Donald Capps Lema Clwupp George Clark i' f -1- 0 " Q' 13? 15 . . '5'r"3"z. 1 0ZaCk..fQ . dns f' G 'X gl lf 0 , f ,MAJ ,H I ' 1 Si I x 1 .Q l . A fr .in I 'Jil al QQ 'M 4 l .5 r C" :lic W 11' f lr , e Q ICQ , ' 4' C ly , 41 - 'R 1 fl l.' xx .. . 1 . X f ' ' ' 4 x M' W Ref' . - I l 4-51 R Ali? Q, fix Y K ' V, X, R D . if W 'ag 'R N J rw, 4 I , . ffl ' 3 -rg. 'D- 'Z 5'resl1w1c14 -n TOP ROW Jnmmy Covrngfon Lynn Crow Joe Lynn Crow Lando Dolly SECOND ROW Bull Davus Donna Dlllord Cecelia Dodson THIRD ROW Lando Dodson Loss Doslwner Ronnle Durham FOURTH ROW Joclcue Edwards Donald Fenogllo Leslne Golson Glenuce Goodspeed Q .ff l 115 !. 2 Q J I X "' Q ' ..x:54 i'?.x', 'Six ami al: kms h rf' Va is is ""' in , I Q , AA l ii, df . -'- 5,5 Q g Eu, Q kj b G .1 , I' ,hr "' ,O 4- Xu A t ' ju' ,,,, '. 'M 6 ind - , . - R u l wx x 'lv R fl "pn q 'L 'Q at 4 Mgr f, C x ,1 X 8' ' ,- x gn Rf' y y7C " .-L. 5 -I 'L 1 Q fr , l 1 y .C 43 A Wills X TOP ROW Jackue Greer Borden SECOND ROW Jnmmy Holloway THlRD ROW Freddy FOURTH Row Lynn Qs --abr asm' ,-uf Grader James Hankrns Dana Hull Bull Hopknns Opal Howard Qrcshmcn Hughes Charles lvy Garry Johnson Larry Johnson Jones J mmy Kennedy Marcia Lerner Judy Long --'il' gl- 1:9- -E 1 ki .,,, Af. iv R Q Y , f iz' 3-,,g. V 3 t Ng J '1 -, r pf. , 4 - is ' -' 42513. -- j " K f 'HQ , Vx 4 J I l ,Q ,. 4' ,Q I I x HN Ersshmefz 'lil A TOP ROW Mcry Loudamy Kay Mayor Shirley Markham Jimmy Mays SECOND ROW Audrell Muller Glenda Muller Ramona Musflon THIRD ROW Bobby McClellan Maxine McCubbms Judy Neal Marhn Pczscholl FOURTH ROW Paula Pcnschcll Kay Pickle Larry Prnbble Margaret Pruddy Aug in 43 "' 1 Ps ual l '73 'E .... 5 'L , Y 4 on- K il. My A N ff' ff' A v xy Q, H Q fl Q K 2, . KX-L ri Q ., A ll! IA all Q 1 i 1 A . .V A ll T 77 4 ,fa x 730 ous, ft' an ,I I- TOP ROW Rnclward Pults Kenne th Ragan Jerry Reed Lznda Rnce SECOND ROW Dwight Rnclw Jerry Russell Steve Salmon THIRD ROW Marilyn Sanders Delores Slcnnner Mary Nell Sledge Penny Smntlm FOURTH ROW Clara Soutlwer Paula Stine Don Stouder Morgue Stout ai 'lk QQ 1 1. . U' 0 K ri: , j if v mg? Il ,fliafp 5 4 'l. I s lib. v S 4 ix: l r ' ' - 1: r K as A '- X X I 5 K lt 5 l ll xl 1 " v In T.. I l - , I "' . r 3: i 1-jf' - l X f Ala- x Ars i as ,f '. Q I U S4 "L 'M' 4' as W 5 M. ! Q " ' , W 1 -I . rr , I " J we ,Z ,. .g, 'ZF K 'T em A w Hraslzmeu 4? "sig 'N-17 ' in , il' J - 'wo - v 1 4 .ir ....-af - 1 ? 1 if '59 ,pf ww 'Q' .-sl TOP ROW Elton Teague Lloyd Thomas David Thompson Helen Ulbno SECOND ROW Phyllis Vaughn Sara Walker Zandra Wallcer THIRD ROW Joe Weaver Elame Whnfe Beffy Wnlson FOURTH ROW Margue Wunnvngham Jummy Womack Johnny Yarbro Lynda Y 1' 4 'Ci N-il' orlc IU' I ,,1 We Hearn Co D0 Hy Daing E RS ONAL YTYES Durung the Clvll War Montague County was a northwest outpost of the Confederacy A company of IOO Texas Rangers was stationed at Red River Statlon to guard the Indlan because the herds of cattle ID Montague County were a valuable source of supply for the Southern armies Frontier. The settlers believed that the Indian raids were encouraged by Northern agents "'d glflffbllff Qmw J A N I C E M A R K Nuns. 'K s fsxiv'-.av X 7 5 r Y I ....4r.A4" Q !', s 5 Y' 9 I QQ Fi! ' 'Q Z SQA. Sweetheart SANDRA HENDERSON 1 ff. ,4 . lfcwz DONALD LEE EORE "xp .1 'M .- ww .,. LW' 4 vw..,.1-W. AMR? -0 M A Fm ,gf vi::s...ff W' Nz' 'AZT ,S-zerfa-.,,, 222-MQ, 'N we 0.55 V? , I we "5-fi" Wiz' we? " '22, dbx -lb .v '-'xv la-. 14 S42-'ff -.-Q A "'53'w.-31 W wr w n Y-Q 'Ee kim lim- .RI W Q A' ,2f+95'6-,mffgh '42 ,, 1 3,-avi-Q . . Rwfe' 1 ws, Z.L':'- U-EMM' "'ZSi ,M ""lm.,. kv 1' Hand Sweetheart JUNE RUTLEDGE 1' ' N, Y ' , l V . . , ' 4 . X' J' -V :4',.guf,.I'gT."' - L" " , L.. ,mf ' "4 - ' xx.. jg: Sy, f ,L iw , 'f-.fe . 5 ' if-: 1 '--"'f1.'.' 7 ' ' ' J x rm A wiki :C-.j lm. ,. lr..- ge J -,'f:Q"':.f X "Y,:,f'4 , J ' M Jtfgw. iN..x,:lv5-Q. -ft K t 52,-n,.:3x.:,k N: H., K f IF: T'wri1'.,nT'f-W" if elf' '77 Nfl ff: Y: ' ' -' ,-1.4.2.-,fy,f-.Q-.xi T . Ar- '- ww.. fb gsg5.:..::i Af, .. . . 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K ,W g. 5.31 . f gf :fix-.V ' 5. nm. ,X : gy ' J , I 4 e 1.1 lf ' . 1" X1 K 1 4,4 ... fx 224' Z 55 A. Sufeeflzeezrf Doffie Kay Dauglwerfy Marilyn fMackiel Sanders Lanifo Young Nemllzeee Hand Sweetheart Christie Cowan Z If ,JL l6'eau Don Boswell Keith Sewell Leo fScooferl Newland fNof Picfuredl Mas! Keprcsenfaiiue D O N B C SW E L L 'V' . - x if" 1 KN. Mosf lfepresmfafizfc' CHRISTIE COWAN f 9 2' ff Y i S. vi . i "'T"fT2 ya QI, xii: ..-qw Seniar Qfzwrzfes JON L. JAMESON SHARON LOBBAN junmr glIUIfI'lf6'S BRENDA CHAPMAN CHARLES KECK 1-'HQ' w.4lPT .f v I I I L Q' fl' JM, Mgr! yuh! I ,f3:ff:xi2 V 4'- ,mf 'JO -'. he LEO lScooferJ NEWLAND CHRISTIE COWAN WH Q "-lu!" 'fag Zreslflmzn yawrifcs KAY PICKLE BILL HOPKINS TPE FRIENDLIEST SENIORS Suzanne Morgan Jerry Meyers D.A.R. GOOD CITIZENS!-HP AWARD June Rufledge TT-'E MOST ATHLETIC SENIORS Left Jon Robert Flynf Poi' Seeds Smzkfr 1 fyl .V ' , v Ax c T Ffrsmahfzes THE WITTIEST SEINHORS Judy Smlflw Don Boswell E1-'sic-4 THE BEST-LOOKING SENIORS Olivia Spencer - Carl Hodges 1 MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Al Lnndsey .Z SOPHOMORES Eddie Waldrip Lanifo Young Lindo Guinn Tommy Morgan 48 :Vmlisfs far 671155 Zzwrifes SENIORS Don Boswell Suzanne Morgan June Rutledge Jon Robert Flynf Hmzlists for glass ?dVOI'if6'S JUNIORS Dennis Richardson Brenda Hill Judy Hankins Jimmy Fiffs v Y 3 E 5. X w Nfi' ,, fnq el-fs FRESHMEN Jamie Hankins Kay Major Penny Smifh Jimmy Womack 1' Eddie Waldrnp Curly Sappnngtron JonL Jameson Sharon Lobban Debbie Chapman Flower Girl Jon Robert Flynt Suzanne Morgan Jimmy Shields Crown Bearer Olivia Spencer Don Boswell Chrrstre Cowan Jerry Meyers , 'N 195. Suzanne Morgan Valentine Swccihearl The Climax of Twirp Week sponsored by the Stu- dent Council was the coronation of the Valentine Sweetheart Suzanne Morgan on February I4 The members of her court were the girls who were highest in the balloting for queen, and their escorts. During the activities of Twirp Week, which in- cluded a Coke Party, Square Dance, Western Day, Dress-Alike Day, and a Valentine Dance, the girls asked the boys For the dates and paid the expenses. The Stage Band furnished the music for the color- ful program, and Al Lindsey was the master of cere- monies. TY YTYES Montague County mlght be called the Trall County The Chrhuahua Trail of l839 the old California Trall of the Forty nlners and the Butterfrelcl Overland Mall Route all passed through what IS now Montague County From 1867 untul the comung ofthe ranlroads old Red Rnver Statlon located nme mules northwest of present day Nocona was the lumplng oft place for herds of cattle going up the Chusholm Troll to the railroad at Abllene Kansas at 6ov 'fs-5 i oe-41 WML :xiii . . ' . . I -n I T ' I . . . . - . - I I , . T A M V, K R ' S N' 'Sri' Q X X , Q NV a' T Y ' . 'll , g G. A V X: . A T' T2 ATR' V. f 1' '.a V T' 2 J ,, what 1 ll xl, , " x!'5l I H ' T x l ll ,, I, - """""-Q-w- T r' ' X ll A lll W 52-A--4-ff1',i..+ T 's' ,ff V- X e-r La. ' fe e 1 o H self -X e ' or -, f 7 ' hw KVXT gt 'RFAUW KDE ww SEATED Jerry Meyers, Al Lindsey, Suzanne Morgan, Jon Robert Flynt, Don Boswell SECOND ROW Miss Dunaway Sponsor Sue Stamforth, Brenda Chapman, Shirley Phillips Christie Cowan Marcia Lerner, Sharon Lobban Tommy Kung Student glflllflflf The NHS Council is affiliated with the National Association of Student Councils and the Texas Association of Student Councils, and is thus a part ofa nation wide organization in which students accept responsibility for the devel Q, opment of good citizenship and the promotion of worth while prolects ln their schools General officers are elected by the entire student body other coun cul members are chosen by the respective classes -4-3 Delegates to the state meeting in Abilene March 20 22 were Jerry Meyers Tommy Kung, Brenda Chapman, and Christie Cowan Among the council prolects are general direction of all assembly programs selling booster ribbons for football and basketball games, Twlrp Week during which Western Day was introduced this year, and exchange of programs with other schools of this area Jerry Meyers President Al Lindsey Suzanne Morgan Don Boswell Leo Newland Jon Robert Flynt Vice President Secretary Reporter Treasurer Parliamentarian , . V z E Q.: l r I -3 ' - .. Q , J. P- 'SF ,C f' 4 A -f ' . f 41 ,, . V T and I Q' Q Z lj., 4i.I 1. 1 . .- ,.,f . . ---v Y : T ' 3 X--1 ' . 'M A , .7 V ' ,H f-A' W ., .lf v V J ' Qs gg I 3 -.K . .v , , Judy Smith Jaqunta Skunner Oluvua Spencer Brenda Hull Lunda Guunn Kay Malor Mrs Maurme H en ry U16 Arrawhead N H S NEWSPAPER Edutor Assistant Edator Sensor Reporter Junnor Reporter Sophomore Reporter Freshman Reporter Sponsor L Judy Smuth SEATED Jcquutc Skunner Judy Smuth STANDING Kay Malor Olrvua Spencer Mrs Henry Brenda Hull Lmda Guunn at 9 Q :ai I . :X 1 .. . --447' 000 loin! . to Lexi fp: ,QNX ,. 5' ' , xg , I ,r ,,, -.A ri: . 51 J ., A , . W, - ., 5 T? .. .. V . ' ,' "" x- , M up tj, . . , -sv . K S' Ei' 2' . , . ' I I ' I I ' O Nafmual Jfnnor Sarzefy -1 BACK ROW fSemorsl June Rutledge Suzanne Morgan James Howard Don Boswell Al Lmdsey Elaune Nobule SECOND ROW Uunuorsl Eddae Murray Lynn Nored Jaquuta Skmner Brenda Hull Brenda Chap man Noma Fenner FRONT ROW lSophomoresl Lmda Guunn Chrustue Cowan Joyce Wood Tommy Kung The suxteenstudents shownabove are the charter members of chapter 6737 of the National Honor Socuety The members of the Nocona umt which was organuzed un January T958 were mutrated unto the nahonal orgamzatuon by the Bowne chapter February 25 1958 Electron to the socuety IS by a Faculty councul wuth a scholarship average of 85 or better as the fnrst requurement for membershup Character leadershup and servuce are addrtlonal factors rn the selectuon of members Not more than fufteen per cent of the sensor class ten per cent of the lumor class and fuve per cent of the sophomore class can be elected to membershup Al Lindsey. . . Don Boswell. . . June Rutledge. . . Suzanne Morgan. 'Mr. Pullis, OFFICERS ooonooaoooa ADVIS ERS Mr. Moore, Mrs. . . President . Vice President . . Secretary . . Treasurer Weeks Suzanne Morgan Editor C716 1958 Ehicf 1443 YD Oluvna Spencer Jerry Meyers Art Editor Assusfanf Busnness Manager SEATED Sharon Lobban Suzanne Morgan STANDING Jerry Meyers James Lynn ShurleyPl'1ullnps Orefha Hewuff Jam Johnson Oluvsa Spencer Brenda Chapman G S ha ron Lobba n Busu ness Manager Lf pv- - YJ' s I 7 xl - fi. I It :J If v ,fr A '. If-el.. '. I 'X I ill 1 , - 1 , , ' ' ' , I I I . 1 I 4:1 - ' 1 R , 1 4 1 1 ., ' ' 5 ' -1 ,rf xi- Xlf avyggi i Km 1 ,f ' Mgr? .G P' p,-e Q ' .1 1 RX ,r . V ' A' ' Q N 'x 'X in I I 1 4 I a - V. ..,,,,,., , V I I If Q . . N Q ' -5 V ' s qi- ' lx A I iq., 'fiiml-. s A 'LZ- l H gm KJ TQ ,, I, ,ef Y 1 I '-149 .454 RIGHT: Judy Honkins ima Jo Tompkins Dottie Kay Daugherty Don Boswell All-Regional Band June Rutledge All-Regional Band Sandra Henderson Brenda Hill Sue Staniforth Brenda Chapman X. 3"P ff- NH5 Hand BAND OFFICERS Don Boswell ................. President June Rutledge .... . . . . . Vice President Sandra Henderson. . . . Secretary-Treasurer Brenda Hill ..... Sue Staniforth. . . Reporter . . Senior Representative Brenda Chapman. . ..... Junior Representative Christie Cowan. . . Jamie Buck. , . Christie Cowan Jamie Buck .1 H. --Q Sophomore Representative . . Freshman Representative IU' The Indian Band Makes An "N" For Nocona Upper right insert: Director Norman McDaniel Individual members of the 1957-l958lndian Band are named in the or der of the arrangement in the instrument sections Beginning on this page, reading across and down, they are FLUTES: Patsy Copeland, Elizabeth May Paula Paschall, Judy Neal Jamie Buck fpicture on page 56D CLARINETS: June Rutledge and Brenda Hill fpage 565 Linda Guinn, Rosemary Grooms Mackie Sanders, Delores Skinner Dorotha Bowles, Betty Doyle Peggy Hurley, Linda Bailey Janie Pollard fnot picturedl BASS CLARINETS: I Reba Walker, Brenda Chapman fPage 56D ' -:A Qin Ain TENOR SAXOPHONES Pat Haralson Shirley Phnlllps BARITONE SAXOPHONE Dothe Lee Marhn CORNETS Borden Gruder not pucfured Ima Jo Tompkuns fpage 56 Lema Chupp Barbara Coker FRENCH HORNS Lannfo Young Ramona Mushon ALTO HORN BARITONE Lunda Dodson Lynn Nored TROMBONES Dennns Ruchardson Larry Johnson Garry Johnson Weldon Afha BASS H ORN Charles Brafcher PERCUSSION SECTION Don Boswell and Sandra Henderson page Lefa Jo Smufh Susue Allen fu' i' f 4 . , ' 5 a . : K 'vang f, " ' I 5l:'f', -1 Jlftafbrcffes l I r I H! LEFT: Judy Honkins, Doffie Kay Dougherty. CENTER AND INSERT: Sue Sfaniforfh, Drum Major RIGHT: Ima Jo Tompkins, June Rutledge. A FIRST ROW: Dottie Lee Martin, Shirley Phillips, Linda Guinn, Dottie Kay Daugherty, Pat Ha SECOND ROW: Brenda Hill, Barbara Coker, Lema Chupp, Ima Jo Tompkins, Sue Staniforth, THIRD ROW: Dennis Richardson, Larry Johnson, Garry Johnson, Weldon Atha. STANDING: Don Boswell, Director Norman McDaniel, Carl Hodges. Stage Hand The stage band is a versatile musical group, appearing on many programs where it is impractical For the Full band to be presented. Also this smaller group concentrates on a repertoire of modern and popular music. The instrumentation includes: Sue Staniforthand Dottie Kay Daugh- erty, alto saxophone, Pat Haralson, Shirley Phillips, tenor saxophone, Dottie Lee Martin, baritone saxophone, June Rutledge, Linda Guinn, clarinet, Dennis Richardson, Weldon Atha, Larry Johnson, Garry John- son, trombone, Borden Grider, Ima Jo Tompkins, Lema Chupp, Barbara Coker, trumpet, Brenda Hill, piano, Don Boswell, drums, Carl Hodges, string bass. Director Norman McDaniel also ioins the trumpet section from time to time. . f...-wf,' - 'W . ' 4:1413 f :- . - ' . ,.--.' ,-wj,,,.ifgy,f,2s..k . Q - -,, ..'.,,vw --,- .M LJ,-if' 'M 5.3. , A "Q - ' ' -wr':f'L2'- 2""'f':J4'- Q A fl . .411 . . f, ,A -, A. -- ws., . ..,.- Q 25- ,,,..,,4.... ,1. If .nf . ,Q , -A --..yy uf. - Q -jx: ,. -fn. , Q.: . N...:: ffvv,-Hg.. y .- - :,- -- -., L.: . ,. M: Wt: T. - "4-A.: "' -11.5 ,Sw-A-f--'., Y a5Q.:iZjj'iV3An:d5?f:x,w,L. -fiffii .?.Q1jNg,3fg:i-V-95? . yfz-vi, V ,fm 4: .np x ,,f- . 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Y FWQ xv l Science 67116 OFFICERS Al Lnndsey Presndent J Tr 5 Caddy McCall Vuce Presudent Brenda Chapman Secretary Treasurer N' Lynn Nored Reporter Pat Seeds Program Chasrman To qualufy For membershup an the Scuence Club of Nocona Hugha studentmust mauntann a general aver age of at least 80 un all has subgects and have not less than 80 un each scuence course that he takes Also a student must have completed General Scnence before he us eluguble for membershnp Tom R Moore Sponsor The over all program of the Scnence Club thus year has been the study of atomuc energy through Fulms v':w""" X 45 ti eff--' SEATED Al Landsey Caddy McCall Brenda Chapman Lynn Nored FIRST ROW Standing Douglas Tay lor James Howard Jum Muller Robert Hughes Lunda Pannal Pat Seeds T R Moore BACK ROW Ellus Whute John Paschall Max Brown George Taylor Bob Bennett Phxllup Hoover Zzbrary 61116 fx, lntl'1e pucture Elaune Pollock Noma Fenner Benme Dennus Sue Walker Mrs Mutcl-tell Lnnda Salmon Betty Keck Lnnda Burnett Glenda Muller Not Puctured Jamie Buck Dana Hull OFFICERS Betty Keck Presudent Elaune Pollock Vice Presudent Lunda Salmon Secretary Glenda Muller Treasurer Noma Fenner Parlramentarnan Lunda Burnett Reporter Mrs Mntchell Sponsor The Lrbrary Club conducted nts tradrtuonal sale of mums for the Homecomrng Game presented an as sembly program enloyed Chrrstmas and Valentune partues and made seasonal decoratuons for the lrbrary and entrance hall at all the lwolrday seasons thus year Glenda Muller .lamne Buck and Lmda Burnettwere delegates from the club to the state meeting of the Teen Age Library Assocuatron at the Adolphus Hotel Dallas February 28 and March I v --1- 'F X I K Y . ' 1 1 g ' k , : ' Q--- N. ,. ' , . '-. 5' l L 3 1 I . l . . . . . ' I I I I ' I I , , . I , . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . - . . . . . . - . . . . . . . . . . I - F I u 0 ' . Y I I I Q MEMBERS Ramona Mustion Sfufurc J-fomemakers zff,41m'r1ca 1 it IQ 'V ,,., x ' 1 .-mtl: I Z ' Olivia Spencer l '73 Z Joyce Wood Mrs. Thompson Lanita Young OFFICERS Ann Adkins Barbara Allen Lawana Breeden Jamie Buck Frances Burleson Linda Burnett Lema Chupp Patsy Copeland Christie Cowan Linda Daily Bennie Dennis Donna Dillard Cecilia Dodson Linda Dodson Lois Doshier Betty Doyle Loretta Durham Noma Fenner Olivia Spencer ................ President Janice Mark ............ First Vice President Pat Haralson ....... . . Second Vice President Glenice Goodspeed. . . . . Third Vice President Joyce Wood ...... ....... S ecretary Lanita Young. . ..... Treasurer Noma Fenner ...... ....... P orliomentorion Mackie Sanders ................ Historian Janice Mark, Jean Miller, Betty Doyle, Linda Burnett ............... 'Song Leaders Mrs. R.F. Thompson ............... Sponsor Glenice Goodspeed Jackie Goodspeed Carolyn Green Linda Guinn Pat Haralson Sandra Henderson Dana Hill Ann Horton Opal Howard Betty Keck Marcia Lerner Judy Long Mary Helen Loudamy Kay Major Elizabeth May Maxine McCubbins Joan McNew Glenda Miller Darlene Nobile Corene Oxford Paula Paschall Linda Patrick Kay Pickle Elaine Pollock Margaret Priddy Nancy Reed Virginia Reed Betty Reid Linda Rice Maxine Rice Marilyn Rush Mackie Sanders Delores Skinner Mary Nell Sledge Penny Smith Margie Stout Darla Jo Tettleton Lula Mae Thompson Ima Jo Tompkins Nancy Tompkins Doris Tucker Helen Ulbig Phyllis Vaughn Sara Walker Sue Walker Zandra Walker Opal Walls Peggy Walser Elaine White Betty Wilson Roena Wilson Margie Winningham Joyce Wood Betty Frazier Jean Miller Clara Souther Linda York Janice Gee Avia Molsbee Olivia Spencer Pat York Leslie Golson Beverly Moody Paula Stine Lanita Young Pat Haralson G. Goodspeed Noma Fenner M. Sanders Jean Miller Betty Doyle Ls S , , 5' , s ' T ' ' , s ' W Q T g - 'PL 1-fi' . 1, . 4, ' St- ' T l A . ,bf 44 1. 4 T ask- 'sf -4-or 1 ...Q Janice Mark Linda Burnett - 'Fr 1 ts "Ji A-yr V t. 5 5,3 4? 1 l Clara Souther and Jamue Buck model dresses entered an a national fashion contest 2 Jackae Edwards Judy Long Margaret Prlddy Glenda Muller and Mary Nell Sledge learn to cook oatmeal 3 No lumps nn the mush for Clara Souther Betty Wul son Kay Plckle and Elaine White 4 Second year students enloy the luncheon they cooked They are Pat York Kay Menasco Ann Adkins Joyce Wood Betty Frazier Betty Reid and Mary A Cummungs 5 Makmga pattern to upholster a chair Lansta Young Ann Horton Lula Mae Thompson Sue Walker Gall Cook Janice Gee and Sharon Rnch 6 First year gurls model skrrts and blouses for the PTA They are Margue Stout Lmda Daaly Elizabeth May Paula Paschall Penny Smuth Mary Helen Lou damy Cecllna Dodson Helen Ulblg Maxlne McCub buns Margle Wlnnungham Opal Howard Phyllus Vaughn Zandra Walker and Loss Doshuer 7 Mrs Thompson glves Benme Dennls the Betty Crocker Homemaker of Tomorrow pm L. 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J Yfj we 'aw FIRST ROW Sonny Adkins Donald Fenogluo Joe Crow Donald Capps Ronme Bowerman Jerry Reed Lynn Crow Marvin Buck Jimmy Mays SECOND ROW Jerry Russell Willard Weaver Jimmy Winters Jack Ashcroft Kenneth Partrudqe Lloyd Thomas Jimmy Kennedy Thomas Thompson THIRD ROW Royce Prudcly Jack Bowerman Doualas Wiechrran Jimmy Capps Ronme Romine Donnelly Reid Charles Keck Sandra Henderson Sweetheart Joe Uselton Leo Newland Don Vanover Obra Douqlas Larry Albin Larry Baqwill Donald Lee Fore Mr Thompson FOURTH ROW Ewell Armstrong David Thompson Don me McCool Richard Pults James Pearson Harold Reynolds Tommy Kung Gaylord Brown Nocona Hugh boasts one of the most active FFA chapters in Texas Officers are named with their prcturesatthe bottom of this page This year the chapter will make a profit of more than S2 OOO on club prolects Last summer 21 boys and their advisor Mr Thompson made a trip of more than 3 000 mules through twelve states to Washington D C. They plan another long trip this summer financed by their club profits The first year F F.A. boys are organized intoa group called the Greenhands The officers are: David Thomp- ' son, President, Jerry Reed, Vice Presidentg Ronnie Dur- K avg. ' ham, Secretary, Donald Fenoglio, Treasurer, Richard 0' 4" . Pults, Reporter, Harold Lynn Crow, Sentinel. R,F. Thompson Advisor From Left: Donnie McCool, President, Joe Uselton,Vice Presidentp Leo Newland, Secretary, Not Pictured, Tom- my King, Treasurer, Douglas Wiechman, Reporter, Char- les Keck, Sentinel, David Thompson, President of Green- hands. ,H , K gl 4: ,FI k 1. X ei 1' , ,eo . - V. ., X .. Gs -- -:V69" -vi il l Congressman Frank llcard here shown wuth Harold Reynolds and Tommy Kung was scheduled to receuve an Honorary Chapter Farmer award at the annual Father Son banquet April 7 2 Ruchard Pults Joe Weaver Marvln Buck and Douglas Ashcroft prune school shrubs 3 Durnng the year the chapter ralses IOOO brorlers For sale Here Douglas Ashcroft Donald Fenoqlro and Marvun Buck are carrnq for 500 baby chucks 4 The chapter held a calf show February 8 Jnmmy Holloway Lynn Crow Joe Crow Donald Fore Lew Lobban fwuth Tommys calf Gaylord Brown Jlmm Mays and DonnueMcCool dusplaytheurentrues Fore s calfwas Grand Champuon Grade Angus at the Wrchuta Falls Jumor Show 5 The Fort Worth Star Telegram photographer made thus pucture of DonnueMcCoal and has champron Jun nor Angus heater at the Fort Worth Stock Show Thus calf also grand champnon at the Wrchrta Falls show won more than S700 un prizes for Donnue and sold at auctuon for S700 6 Sonny Adkrns wull make a mce profit on hrs brood sow shown here wuth a lrtter of nune prgs if fi.: ,kin I J 'J 1 -an im' raft 7-.L 0, 3, ,?..:'L,-Tu X ' 4 I ' 2 s 514 jf! ba , 3-Ig ' -1 -r 3 iv hc Qs X cl 7 Nancy Reed, Sue Staniforth, Sara Walker, Pat Haralson, Pat Seeds, Frances Burleson, Mrs. Joy Cham OHM ,Aides The six students pictured above assist Mr. Pullis and his secretary, Mrs. Chambers, in the office. Dur ing the second semester Linda Burnett replaced Sue Staniforth 9ufure ,Nurses 61116 bers, secretary, Principal R.M. Pullis. The Future Nurses Club, organized during the second semester, includes twenty-one girls who are interested in nursing as a career. Programs for the club meetings have been pre- sented by nurses from the Major Clinic Hospital, and by Mrs. David Maior and Mrs. John Maior. MEMBERS Barbara Allen Dorotha Bowles Patsy Copeland Linda Daily Nakita Gibson Oretha Hewitt Brenda Hill Judy Neal Corene Cxford Lynda Pannal Elaine Pollock Virginia Reed Lucile Slater Virginia Tettleton Doris Tucker Nancy Tompkins Mary H. Loudamy Janice Mark Elizabeth May Joan McNew 68 Janice Mark Oretha Hewitt Marilyn Rush Nakuta Gibson Lynda Pannal Mrs Thompson President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Reporter Program Chairman Sponsor BELOW Janice Mark Oretha Hewitt Marilyn Rush Lynda Panna l 53' V215 is it it as PCT When the railroads came to Montague County, new towns sprang up: Bowie in 18825 Nocona in 1887. Today factories and oil fields stand where there was nothing but open range a century ago. But the past of the trail drivers survives in our fondness for rodeos i ,....-Q -pn i XX ,...- Z- ,,' .....1..L-- 2 .Ji tiff 2' .tif it G fv-ifws-1 .- ,fx-mf ' 503.14 ' 5 if-Q Ag -S as ,155-.. ,ga , , , , . 'ery-1 'rS':zCi'A-P' rave so I rl 1' in e-4, A FRONT ROW: Leo Nelson, Carl Hodges, Jerry Meyers, Jon Robert Flynt, Kenneth Patterson, Donnie Mc- Cool, Jon L. Jameson, Charles Jones, Donald Fore, Marvin Buck. SECOND ROW: Jimmy Fitts, Keith Sewell, Bobby Joe Uselton, Charles Keck, Eddie Waldrip, Billy Russell, Dwight Rich, Jimmy Capps. STANDING: Coach Guyton, Tommy Morgan, Randi Maddox, Dennis Richardson, David Priddy, Bob Ben- nett Charles Perry Phillip Hoover Jamie Hankrns Coach Smith Jearl Godwin Seniors on the team are seated in the Front row Qaofball Before the T957 season opened sports writers of this area awarded Nocona the cellar positron in the district race But un spite of a crippling flu epidemic that hut the squad ata crucial time the Indians emerged fifth in the district trailed by Bowie and Decatur Three of Nocona s non conference opponents Bonham Henrietta and Seymour advanced to the state semi Finals September 6 September I September 2 September 2 October 4 October l October 2 November T November 8 November l because of flu IN THE PICTURES Smith assistant Buck T957 SCOREBOARD Nocona Nocona Nocona Nocona Nocona Nocona Nocona Noc ona Nocona Nocona Whitesboro W Falls Rowdues Bonham Henrietta 'Decatur Electra Olney Seymour Bowie Jacksboro Conference Game The October ll game with Burlcburnett was forfeited LEFT ftopl James Guyton Coach Tommy " Q 'W RIGHT team managers Jearl Godwin X ltoPJ Leo Newland Marvin i X mags 7 ' 6 4 12 . 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I, .I I, III I I II , .1 .I I' I ' 1 ,f' ' ' f' - iff' PM ew, rib 915, 'Lg' 2 .1- 691 Jw-:4 'KT Q.-4. rr ywdfxex M-143 if I ,MNH Qaafbzzll F17 TOP ROW Charles Perry Right Halfbaclc Davud Prnddy Ruglwf Tackle il Dwaalwf Ruch Quarterback CENTER Denms Rnchardson Quarterback Bull Russell Left Guard BELOW Keuflru Sewell Rugl'1fHalfbaclc Bobby Joe Uselton, Ruglwf End Edclue Waldrlp Rlglwf Halfback 'fm aww 55:-f 95,6 ix fa' 'I ic? xii ug rg 'wife "'k4 J -92, m', wx ,xx 1-qs fi . glflffbllff 1 . 0 .x ' " ' in ' fx xr n 'Q Sm' 1 l 'WS 6 'Yi T957 RECORD September September October October October October October Noc ona Nocona Nocona Nocona N ocona Noconu Nocona 4 3 Wh1tesboro Decatur Burkburnett Electra Olney Henruetta Bow1e Forfe1t rx November Nocona 3 Jaclcsboro IN THE PICTURES Top center Coach Fred B Wrught Read1ng counter clockwuse Larry Bagwull Garry Brashear B1IIHopk1ns Weldon K1rby Tommy Lobban Sud Mallory Jummy Mays Edd1eMurray Dan Neal Kenneth Partndge Floyd Patterson Ruchard Pults Steve Salmon Don Stouder DGVId 'yi Thompson Thomas Thompson Jimmy Womack The B squad prov1des experuence for younger football players It also uncludes boys who have not been enrolled an school long enough to meet the requ1rements of the lnterscholashc League fx Q -N X 1 la ST, 5 1, fc' " 1'-v ...fm ' if- SX 'Q-'Nts Wx Qi 'J Yi l 4 sv f 1 g ,' NA! - K 114 .X ' If , "L g , ' T2 1 ' 6 N' ., . 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" I - A g ,W MI g .A in T , ' 4 4 . 1 X Nov Nov ec Dec Dec Dec Dec ec Dec Dec Dec n Coach Guyton Nocona Nocona Nocona Nocona Nocona Nocona Nocona Nocona Nocona Nocona Nocona Nocona KNEELING Eddle Murray Bully Russell Dwlght Rach Jammy Fltts Keith Sewell Bull Hopkins STAND ING Charles Perry Phrllnp Hoover Denms Rschardson Eddle Lee Perry Don Russell David Prlddy Kaskefball 57 58 RECORD Slidell Holliday N Texas ROTC 57 Sludell Gaunesvnlle Sanger Sanger Ga I nesvu 1 le Lockett Crowell Sanger 'Jacksboro 51' an an GFI an GD an an GFI 8 8 6 e Drstrrct Games Nocona Nocona Nocona Nocona Nocona Nocona Nocona Nocona Nocona Nocona Nocona Nocona Hugh point man for the season was David Prrddy Prlddy was also top rebounder In the order of their ranknng were Fltts Charles Perry Rach and Ruchardson Only two will be lost from the squad by graduatlon thus year 'Burkburnett 'Olney 'Decatur 'Bowne 'Electra Krum 'Jacksboro 'Burkburnett 'O l ne Decatur Bowne 'EI ectra i Other leading scorers . 25 39 ' 59 J . 7 24 . 26 38 ' 61 J . 10 43 D . 3 37 . J . 14 51 . 5 32 ' 52 J . 17 ' 41 ' . 9 32 ' ' 46 J . 21 47 . 10 45 63 J . 23 44 Dec . 13 Nocona 36 Krum 50 Jan . 25 Nocona 41 Holliday . 14 64 46 J . 28 61 D . 17 41 ' ' 47 J . 31 51 . 20 48 59 F b. 4 52 y . 21 61 81 F b. 7 51 ' . 29 42 42 F b. 11 48 ' Ja . 2 52 48 F b. 14 46 QQ! 4 Ki- 2C 'QVQWHQN 'FU' w M-In :L Jummy Fufrs Bull Hoplcans Eddie Murray Floyd Patterson Guard Forward Guard Forward W! Eddue Perry Charles Perry Davud Prrddy Dwlghr Rich Cenrer Forward Center Guard s wg rl Denms Richardson Bull Russell Don Russell Kenfh Sewell Forward Guard Forward Guard STANDING Wullnard Weaver Sud Mallory Coach Smlfh Kenneth Partridge Dan Neal KNEELING Robert Hughes Johnny Yarbro Sreve Salmon Jnmmy Aldrn e November December December December December December January January 24 Kaskcfball B SQUAD 1957 1958 SEASON Nocona Nocona Nocona N ocona Nocona Noc ona Nocona Nocona Slidell Slidell Gamesvu Ile Sanger Sanger Ga unesvl l le Krum Olney 25 29 ' November 26 Nocona 41 Holliday 5 32 ' 9 36 ' ' 10 35 14 40 17 43 ' ' 23 42 46 N2 BACK ROW Betty Doyle manager Noma Fenner Jacquelyn Goodspeed Ollvna Spencer Brenda Chapman Mlss Knapp coach SECOND ROW Christie Cowan Josle Sapplngton Frances Burleson Pat Seeds FRONT ROW Vlrgmla Reed Reba Walker Sandra Henderson ln the group above Spencer Sappungton Seeds ancl Henderson are sensors Nov Nov Nov Dec Dec Dec Dec Dec Dec Dec Dec Nocona Nocona Nocona Nocona Nocona Nocona Nocona Nocona Nocona Nocona Nocona Holl :day Holl :day Sherman Henrietta Whltesboro Krum Sanger Saint Jo Sanger Sanger A TEAM 5 8 GAMES n an an an 'Jan an an an 'Feb. "Feb. Prairie Valley , "'Feb. 4' District Games Nocona Nocona Nocona Nocona Nocona Nocona Nocona Nocona Nocona Nocona Nocona Nocona Jacksboro Burkburnett Olney Decatur Bowne Electra Jacksboro Burkburnett Olney Decatur Bowie Electra X 4 . - A , jk g x ' 1 1 J at F XF r 12 3 ' F J wx Z - E w 1 yi . Q B I J 1 X Q 3 .X X , : 4 . L J " 'ii 5 ' 7 , , , ' r fw' -4 ,. I7-I5 . 11 45 ' 21 'Ja . 2 54 . 22 53 ' 26 'J . 7 45 . 26 33 43 'J . 10 47 . 3 19 ' 34 'J . 14 46 . 5 39 ' 43 . 17 41 ' . 13 34 52 "'J . 21 43 . 14 54 38 'J . 28 33 . 17 34 ' 35 'J . 31 32 19 53 46 4 48 30 41 38 6 27 31 32 56 'Feb 11 39 14 .A so E I III! Q 44"-'num' rvl I ham 5' 45 I BACK ROW Betty Doyle manager Penny Smuth Patsy Copeland Mary Helen Loudamy Paula Stune Maclcue Sanders Sara Walker Margaret Pruddy .laclme Edwards Mass Knnpp Coach FRONT ROW Lun da Salmon Leslue Golson Donna Dullard Kay Malor Glenuce Goodspeed Sue Ann Moss Mary Nell Sledge lfaskefball DISTRICT B CHAMPIONS The Nocona B gurls squad won the dustrnct tutle at the dustrnct tournament held at Bowne on January 25 and February I Seven teams make up the drstract November November December December December December December December January 'Februa ry 'February 'A' 57 58 RECORD Nocona Nocona Nocona Nocona Nocona Nocona Nocona Nocona Nocona Nocona Nocona 'Dnstruct Game Hollnday Sherman Henruetta Whrtesboro Nocona Jr Saunt Jo Sanger Sanger Electra Olney Decatur Hugh November ll Nocona 28 Holliday 22 35 ' 26 47 3 38 ' 5 I8 ' IO 26 . ' I7 56 ' I9 37 30 26 25 30 ' l 32 l 40 lfallcybull SEATED: Donna Dillard, Lema Chupp, Opal Howard, Phyllis Vaughn, Shirley Markham, Penny Smith, Leslie Golson, Mary Nell Sledge. KNEELING: Noma Fenner, Jackie Edwards, Linda Burnett, Christie Cowan, Jacquelyn Goodspeed, Dana Hill, Sue Ann Moss. STANDING: Mackie Sanders, Sara Walker, Mary Helen Loudamy, Nancy Tompkins, Betty Doyle, Margaret Priddy, Zula Davis, Coach Mary Jane Knipp. Pat Seeds Knot picturedl. Zfcwzis Left: JUNIOR CONTESTANTS Standing: Kay Major, Jamie Buck. Kneeling: Marcia Lerner, Mackie Sanders. Right: SENIOR CONTESTANTS S ta n-ding: June Rutledge, Sue Staniforth. Kneeling: Patsy Copeland, Sandra Henderson, Olivia Spencer. Crack an 5 C3 ,jr ,cy V N l : ,4 ..- 'S J. tg - N' IW' B ABOVE: Floyd Patterson 440- Don Russell discus- Eddie Waldrip low hurdles BELOW top left Marvun Buck manager Weldon Atha 880 hugh lump Jearl Godwun manager Top rnght Weldon Kurby male Jon RobertFlynt shot put Dwrght Rnch 440 880 shot put Lower left the 440 relay team Jon L Jameson also entered an the 220 and the broad lumpj Carl Hodges falso 100 yard dashl Donald Fore Charles Perry falso rn the 220 J Lower rught Uumor Duvusuonl front row Larry Prnbble Borden Gruder Freddue Hughes Jerry Russell Back Row Bull Hopkuns Steve Salmon Jerry Reed Jamre Hanklns Butch Brashear Coach Tommy Smuth ns K .' IQ DQ .VZ is 11 .- Www 'flu-q., 5 Y! 2 U F l I: 0 -.... 4 ,N , af, 35 Y ., A 4. I I I I I ' I I : I I I I I I . I : I I I - I I I I - I : , . l I ' P I : I I I I ' : I I I I I ' 4 . 5 , X .n .e -uv -' 1 , L H 1 -3- A 4 . , ' 1 - I 1 4 Q .loo ,ll I ' V . -M? ""'w--f--' -',,,i',,..?-'h f f , -' Q - - W, 'wwf ' 4. ' . r ' f .,,.. ff, X, V-.sg V 1 g 0 C E . l Sf' I g , .4 ' t y.fQgIf4A , v Vagas ' , -. .,, . B 'os . ' - ' uc t f -'afar 4 S ll as , If , v Q 4 'Q . Ivor K :y, L' " -'I ang, 1 f ' .4 . Y 0 , "o 'KQ L : " . . , if 4 fa ry, 1 1, my T :V 1, Y iq- , X, e ,Q 5,57 , 3 .Q LH -F ga -VT: hx, ff f ' v- f wg 1."""' J' 'Y-if 3 . y,fu 60? M's:, s -we v '-ft' -- . Q, ,A ' 'Q as ITC- ' ..- ' -4 X X Q ve X - Make Johnson Dan Neal Bobby McClellan The dustrlct golf tournament was held at Electra March 25 with the Four boys puctured here representung Nocona Hugh George Taylor a senuor and twuce medalust forthe dustruct Make Johnson rumor Dan Neal soph omore and Bobby McClellan freshman made up the team Results of the competutuon un all the sprung sports volleyball tennls track and golf cannot be announced un thus volume of The Chaef fhw. 'YY' IQ,-xv 5. wi 'Hb x. Above Bull Hopkuns lunuor boys smgles George Taylor Robert Hughes semor boys smgles Rught lback rowl Rands Maddox Charles 3 if Perry Lynn Nored Mnlce Johnson Front row Dclvud Pruddy Al Lundsey Ronnue Brown Tommy Lobban I -Q GEORGE TAYLOR Dlstruct Medalnst T956 Cennzs and 1957 I5 M .. rg in I W ' Q 'i . K , , 12 1 E , N ,tw I wg . sl 'K l, ' has -4 Y J! , 5 . . . . r . I A A: A l 5 u 0 P 1 I u n 2 I Q Ai 1 , , - ' . . . . I I . I I ' ' rl - ll ' ' ' I 5 I 1, 16 f : sy as A ,TW lei P ,ltu Q iffsig 3 , ' Q-ft , 1' t '13 1' Ka - r , ., I , T . ,gl if A-X A 3 , T , 1 - , , " ' T ' , 'R Mis al 3 1 F -+V .' ' 4 , , ' ' . 3 55 . , U . Q - . - ' Q .' X . , , I I ' ' : . . I . , . ' . 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The senior style show found the seniors modeling the latest fall and winter styles 2 3 Between scenes of the style show lumor and sophomore specnalty acts were performed Susne Allen and Dottle Kay Daugherty made a sad sight as they sang Bye Bye Love Take notlce Future Nurses! Ima Jo Tompklns, Lamta Young and Chrrstle Cowan perform a mayor operatlon 4 June Rutledge Curly Sappmgton Doris Tucker Ollvla Spencer and Lavonya Underwood model date dresses 5 6 Freshmen seem to be gettung smoke In thelr eyes as they roast marshmallows durung a hayrlde and pucmc on the Red Rlver 7 Why does the bell have to rung gust when a snowball flght us really getting good? 8 ln case anyone fouled to notnce, Don Boswell, Jam Muller Ellis Whute, Jon L Jameson Sue Stamforth, Al Lindsey and a few other semors have their sensor rungs rrr 'T 15' "'.lf 4. E.-K rt ill .-.gf ffil l ' x ,X ni' 1, J ,. '.-a"' 1-1.. X61 ' .,,1., 1 44 wc,-'Main "" ,... rv ,g,'+.f-1' -.n.4"" di. sf- gk Q , E5 ,,-' And Uzey Prabalzly Said-- l. "Understand, l'm not nosey or anything, l just like to know these things", Judy Smith explains to Sharon Lobban in the senior play, "Our Gal Sol." 2. "Let's try to look collegiate. After all, we're seniorsl" Don Boswell and Suzanne Morgan were selected by the faculty to represent NHS at the coronation of the queen of the Arling- ton College student body. 3. "This registration must be dangerous business. There's some- body on crutches." Mary Nell Sledge, Lawana Breeden, Car- lene Bershers, and Eddie Murray wait patiently in line. 4. "You, behind Eddie Waldrip there, quit reaching. You'll get your corsage in a minute." 5. "Aren't they ever going to get through in there?" Homer Wyler and J.H. Russell, our custodians, are as efficient at helping keep up the school spirit as they are at caring for the school property. 6. "l hope we get to eat what she is making." It looks as if Sue Walker is nudging Gail Cook to remind her thatshe is likely to need all these housekeeping short cuts soon. lf- and ...A 5 .P 5, i ilvhwizi I 0,35 ,AIS ,.,, .ng M 'tx 1 'fi A x , 4,1 ,M iiifilfii wg dj . 5. 1 W 'vw 5- Qml if-T' Dressvllikc FEBRUARY i2 f" i Curl Hodges ond Dottie Dougherty Jon Robert Flynt and Jackie Goodspeed Jerry Meyers ond Christie Cowon Judy Smith and Don Boswell Jim Johnson ond Barbara Fox Lindo Rice ond Royce Priddy Penny Smith and Bill Hopkins Pot Horcilson and Bobby Joe Uselton Sue Stclniforth and Charles Jones Dwight Rich ond Kay Major, Kay Pickle ond Jamie Honkins v" Shirley Phillips ond Ronnie Brown Lonita Young and Eddie Woldrip Nome Fenner ond Don Brooks s I ,gf l . . rw-us.: l B, -1.55, . .nf . Q X BCM ', f'7 - 3 . ' llllil, ' , Day fl Ilflfjfllfffl. 1 W MCCALL PRES DENT D LU CE VRYN, S NICCALI. 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