Nocona High School - Chief Yearbook (Nocona, TX)

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V '-1 -sf T .5 yi - 1- . . 1. x 1 'l I" " ' -' .'1 'S ' . - L lcxrxzmunmnnvn naar' 'Q in 1 "' 4 nf?-.vliliv The Chief Nocona High chool Nocona, Texas Brenda Chapman Editor Brenda Hill Business Manager James Lynn Assisfanf Business Manag r Dottie Lee Martin Reloa Walker Joyce Wood Nancy Tompkins Linda Cuinn Jim Jolwnson Shirley Phillips, Assistant Editor Foreword At the close of each pep rally at the end of each assembly program rn the last tense moments before the krclcoff we sung To you Nocona Hugh We wrll be true Where er we all may go ln ev rythnng we do We will your honor hold Cherrsh your dear name Do all things that are rrght And brnng to you no shame It rs the wssh of your yearboolc staff that this l959 edrtlon of The Chref will keep brnght tor you memoraes of a great year ID NOCONA HIGH SCHOOL Table of Contents Campus View Admrmstratron Faculty Sensors Sophomores Freshmen Actuvrtres Organizations Favorrtes Sports Juniors .............. I9 "', " ....37 ' ............ 55 'To you, NOCONA HIGH We will be true. " i Q BOARD OF EDUCATION AND SUPERINTENDENT OF NOCONA PUBLIC SCHOOLS SEATED, left fo righf: Henry Fenoglio, Secrefary, J.E. Curlin, President, Grant Hoover, Vice President Dr. C.A. Lindsey, Superintendent of Schools. STANDING: Jack Mercer, Branch Chapman, Dr. A.D. Major, Wallace K. Myers. Administration R.M. PULLIS !,,, Principal of Nocona High wi' vi Faculty Nod W I -an 'Q 2 A T ANDERSON English Speech Cuvncs TH ELMA DUNAWAY Engl Ish MAURINE HENRY Busnness Trammg GRACE JAN EWAY Mafhemahcs NORMAN MCDANI EL Band NORMAN MIKSCH General Scnence Hnsfory AUBREY MITCHELL Librarian TOM MOORE Sclence W A MORGAN Mafhemahcs MARTHA THOMPSON Homemaknng R F THOMPSON Vocational Agrnculfure HELEN MARIE WEEKS Englush JAMES WILLINGHAM History A J VIERTEL Boys Physical Eclucahon BILLIE YEAGER Girls Physical Educahon The Office of the Principal Jr' STANDING left to right Student Assistants Dottie Lee Martin Jean Muller Frances Burleson Principal R M Pullns Student Assistants Elaine White Lawana Breeden and Nancy Reed SEATED Mrs Mildred Leeper Secretary The Office of the Counselor Mrs. Alva Copeland Qrightj is counselor for Nocona High, and coordinator of the standardized testing program at Junior High and South Ward. Tests given are of several kinds: achievement, aptitude, mental, personality, and stud y skills, as well as national scholarship exams. Nocona High has had an organized guidance program since 1955. 1' f ,Qs In Classes The civlcs classes spend a day in Montague listening to a tria The teachers shown on the preceding pages and the students pictured In the pages lmmeduately followmg spend many hours together nn classes such as these After dussectung frogs In bnology lab students follow closely Mr Moore s drscusslon on anatomy - P s I. l 4 g I A l Q 1 . ' F N l 1 "tlt A an C r ' . . . . ' I enioas SUSIE ALLEN Band l 2 3 4 Stage Band 4 Choral Club I 2 Athletac Club l Pep Club I FHA I 2 Tennasl 2 Baseball I Basketball I 4 Arrowhead 4 Her claploma may read Averyl Marae Allen but her fraends have always known her as Susae WELDON ATHA Saant Jo l Band I 2 3 Stage Band 2 3 Basketball 2 Track 3 Scaence Club 2 Meet the purple Plymouth plunger the fuchsaa Ford flyer now an the crarnson con vertable class He as the speed cops clelaght LARRY BAGWILL Football 2 3 4 Basketball 2 Baseball 3 Athletac Club l 2 FFA l 2 3 FHA Beau 4 The strong salent type always gets them The members of the FHA rated Larry thear adeal beau and nanety eaght garls can t be wrong LINDA SUE BAILEY Band l 2 3 4 Choral Club I 2 Scaence Club I FHAI 2 Baseball I Anyone who sees her remembers thas petate blonde wath the rapplang golden haar Any one who hears her wall always recogmze her happy laugh BOB BENNETT Football l 2 3 4 Basketball I 2 Athletac Club l 2 Scaence Club 3 4 Track l 2 Arrowhead 4 Our Roberto as the tallest member of that tall terrable trao of Bennett Hoover and Maddox If he gets any taller he wall have to lae on the floor to get anto that bottom row locker JACK BOWERMAN FFA I 2 3 The FFA boys say that Jack as one of the best when at comes to makang that specaal FFA stew on thear long traps After a trap to Yellowstone Park and one to Washangton D C Jack belaeves that the prettaest garls lave an Texas T GSS 059 DOROTHA JEAN BOWLES Bond I 2 3 4 FHAI Science Club I Ll brary Club 2 Future Nurses Club 3 Her interests in hugh school have been broad music science and literature But that Marine Sweetheart Pun she wears hunts that her interests are becoming more definite MAX E BROWN Science Club I 2 3 4 TIL Number Sense Max declares that he will be able to sell his solid geometry notebook back to the store at the end of the year Fortunately his head contams more than his notebooks BRENDA CHAPMAN Band I 2 3 4 Basketball I 2 3 Volleyball I 2 Annual Staff 3 Editor 4 Student Coun cul 2 3 4 Natl Honor Society 3 Vice President 4 Scuence Club Secretary Treas urer 3 4 Arrowhead 4 Athletic Club I 2 Pep Club I FHA I Class Vice President 3 Most Representative 2 Favorite 3 What? No Football or FFA? DOTTIE KAY DAUGHERTY Band I 2 3 4 Magorette I 2 3 Drum Malor 4 Choral Club I 2 Science Club I FHA I 2 Arrowhead 4 Stage Band I 2 3 4 TIL Typing 3 Baseball I Our first class drum malor led her class in marchmg to that famous tune from Lohen grin NOMA FENNER Class Secretary 4 FHA I 2 Parllamentarlan 3 Presldent4 Library Club Par 3 President 4 National Honor Society 3 4 Basketball I 2 3 4 Volleyball I 2 3 Athletic and Pep Clubs I 2 Softball I 2 3 With all the above activities she still has time for a tall dark boy friend JIMMY FITTS Football I 2 3 4 Basketball I 2 3 Class President 3 4 Athletic Club I 2 Library Club 4 Track I 2 3, Baseball I 2 3 The class president lost his senior ring an Henrietta He has not advertised For nt' so he must not want it returned to him. 4-"""'9' eniors BETTY FRAZIER Library Club I 2 FHAI 2 3 4 During the txme her tamrly Inved away from Nocona Betty and one of her gurl frnends shared an apartment If she rs as qunet at home as she ns at school her neughbors can not complain NAKITA GIBSON FHA I 2 4 Scrence Club 2 Future Nurses Club 3 Nlkn accumulated enough credits to be a semor In two years but liked bemg a semor so well that she has spent two years at lt and now wull graduate wnth her orngrnal c ass JEARI. GODWIN Football 3 4 Basketball 3 4 Track I 3 Bandl 2 Scrence Clubl 2 FFA4 Green hand Vlce President Is that a wolf whnstle expressuon on Jearl s face? Frve gurls and no competntnon on thus page sounds :deal CAROLYN GREEN FHA I 2 3 4 FHA Song Leader I 4 artust or cleslgner Her gurl fruends tell her that those pretty dxmples wall turn to wrnnkles but really they are envuous of them JUDY HANKINS Malorette I 2 3 4 Band I 2 3 4 Scnence Clubl Choral Clubl 2 FHAI 2 Football Queen 4 Our glamorous golden halrecl football queen also has a fondness for tall basketball players present and past Nocona stars BRENDA HILL Band I 2 3 Reporter 4 Class Reporter 2 Student Councll 2 Choral Club I Secretary Treasurer 2 Scrence Club 4 FHA I Natuonal Honor Socuety 3 4 Future Nurses Club 3 Presnclent 4 Busuness Manager Annual 4 Ar rowhead 3 Stage Band 2 3 4 Often a brldesmald but sighs Brenda as she dons that Samt Jo football locket . I I I I I ' I I .. 1 1 I 7 . . I I I I I I I I , 2 ' , 1 , ' . . , I I I I I ' CaroIyn's talents mark her as a future fashion I I I I I I I I . F 1 I 1 I I - . I I I I I I 1 - I f P 1 F 1 F I ' I I I ' n ' - - gl - I I I . 0 059 PHILLIP HOOVER Football l 2 3 4 Basketball l 2 4 Track l 2 Scuence Club 3 Athletuc Club l 2 Class Presudentl Favorute 2 Vuce Pres 4 Lubrary Club 4 Arrowhead 4 Save your Confederate money boys Thus smooth talker could persuade revenue agents to accept ut for uncome taxes ROBERT HUGHES Teu al Oklo l 2 Basketball 3 4 Natl Honor Socuety 4 Scuence Club 3 4 Student Councul Presudent 4 Tennus 3 Real polutu cuans grow north of Red Ruver After only a few months un NHS Robert was elected presudent of the Student Councul by a land sl ude vote PEGGY HURLEY Bandl 2 3 4 Scuence Clubl Student Councul l Choral Clubl 2 FHA2 Stage Band 4 When awards are handed out at Commencement the senuors want Peggy to receuve an Oscar for her performance as a hullbully leadung lady un the uunuor play MIKE JOHNSON Basketball l 2 4 Football 4 Golfl 2 3 Tennus 3 Scuence Clubl 2 Aurplanes chem ustry Elvus Presley records and golf are hugh on the lust of Muke s unterests Some gurls we know would luke to add thelr names to the lust BETTY ANN KECK FHA l 2 3 Pep Club l Athletuc Club l Lubrary Club 3 4 Presudent 3 We thought her muddle name was Dependabuluty She us one of the students who play an umpor tant part un helpung Mrs Mutchell make the lubrary comfortable attractuve and effu cuent CHARLES KECK Football l 2 3 Baseball l 2 Trackl 2 3 FFAI 2 Sentunel 3 4 Class Sec Treas 2 Favorute 3 Athletuc Clubl 2 Charles broke unto the fueld of sports broadcastung thus year as announcer for the B football games when an unuury kept hum out of foot ball for the furst tume un hus hugh school career I' ,,,,.- eniors m 3 Sensors TOMMY LOBBAN FFA l,2,3,47 Science Club lg Tennis 1,37 Athletic Club 2, Football 2,3,4. ln Civics class Tommy advocated a county game preserve. Maybe he wants to protect his handsome black cattle from careless hunters JAMES LYNN Wauruka Okla l Patoka Ill 2 Annual Staff3 4 Scrence Club 4 Natnonal Honor Socuety 4 James us headed for Okla homa Unuversuty but we are stall goung to claum hum as the Van Clrburn of Nocona Hugh Most of us cannot even spell Tschar kowsky but he ns James s pal RANDI MADDOX Football 3 4 Tenms 3 Scrence Club l 2 The South wrll ruse agarn and In the meantume Robert E Stonewall Maddox will be the furst on hrs feet when the band plays Duxle He even wears a Confederate flag on hrs boots DOTTY LEE MARTIN Band l 2 3, Stage Band l 2 3 Annual Staff 4 Choral Club l 2 TIL Declamatuon 3 Office Alde 4 Baseball l Dotty can make musrc wuth her hands and her feet CNo bells on her toes she plays an organ Q Class She can also make musrc on a typewruter E CADDY McCALL Football l 2 Scuence Club Treasurer l Vrce Pres 3 Presrdent4 Athletic Club2 Class Presrdent 2 Number Sense 3 Caddy s says he rs only on an amateur basvs now Playboy or physucrst he has the abrluty to be whatever he chooses JEAN MILLER Lubrary Clubl 2 FHAI 2 3 Song Leader 4 Pep Club l Athletuc Club l Scrence Club 4 Offrce Aide 4 National Honor Socuety 4 The class of 59 rmported Jean from Colorado durlng her freshman year, but after three years she stull has that fascunatung Far Western accent , a I cg ' gggcl lol' 670000 Q ea 5 af' Jas" Oman 6'ol Q og 'lo ".0l 9040. o ,,,. o ,en I Q x ' I A ' , - 2 , - 1 I 5 , . . - , , . . . I K I I ' I , . , z ' 1 ' , - ,, . . . ,, . I ll ' ' ll I I . I I I 1' F 1 P F F - K- X .ff I , 1 ' , ' ' I b I I 1 P . I J F ambition is to be a professional playboy, he - . I I I I I . F P F . I P " . , . . ' A its ,' : F.i2"x O , 4 . nf" , " o -'Q Inn U 0 ,Q ' J.. f ' 'A ref Fo , 0 I 'O 0 ..f . . Q 'am -' A' 059 LYNN STEVEN NORED Bandl 2 3 Vuce Pres 4 Stage Bandl Lubrary Club Par l Scuence Club 2 Re porter3 Vuce Pres 4 TILl 3 4 Math Award 3 National Honor Socnety 3 4 Lynn may be communucatmg wuth Mars soon As a ham radno operator he now makes contacts all over the globe JOHN PASCHALL Scuence Club 3 4 FFA l Presudent of Na tuonal Honor Socnety 4 The semor gurls label John the Class Mystery Man They are onxuous to know the orugan of that nackname Flash Come on John Don t keep your secret admurers at arm s length KENNETH PATTERSON Football l 2 3 4 Athletuc Clubl 2 FFA l 2 3 4 Track2 3 Erme has all the makmgs ofa good salesman he us fruendly dependable and not afraud of work When he ns un the semor concession stand buss ness pucks up Hrs Favorute Food us fresh cucumbers CHARLES PERRY Football 3 4 Trackl 2 3 Basketball l 2 3 4 FFAl 2 Tennus 3 Baseball l 2 Ath letnc Club l A knee mlury has kept Charles out of has favorute sports from tame to tume but ut has not handncapped hum wrth has gurl fruends SHIRLEY PHILLIPS Bandl 2 3 Magorette 4 Annual 3 Asst Ed 4 Student Councul 2 3 4 Choral Club l 2 FHAl 2 Baseball l Stage Bandl 2 3 4 Class Favorute l Treasurer 3 No cona s l958 Onl Progress Queen does not clanm to be a mathematacuan but she can tell you to the mmute how long she s been going steady DAVID PRIDDY Football l 2 3 4 Basketball l 2 3 4 Base ball l 2 3 Trackl 2 3 Tenmsl 3 Sports Club l 2 FFA l 2 The some determunotuon that made hum such an all-around athlete let him catch up wnth has typmg class, after a Football injury kept a fmger in splunts a long time. '-Gfiwj f' V '1 'Jw ggi? 1 i I eniors Seniors ROYCE PRIDDY FFA i, Reporter 2,3, Sentinel 45 Science Club l,25 Class Parliamentarian 2,3. Un- less he is asleep fas during the reading of "Macbeth"j Royce is having fun. He says his report cards feature "one-legged A's", but actually he has a very respectable high school record. NANCY REED Band l,25 Science Club l5 Pep Club 25 Cho- ral Club 25 FHA I,2,3, Secretary 45 Office Aide 3,4. Wlwen Nocona gets dial tele- phones, we shall miss Nancy's cheerful, "Number, please." Since her talents are not limited to a switchboard, she will be a top-flight secretary in some office. VIRGINIA ANN REED FHA l,2,3,45 Future Nurses Club 35 Sec- retary Library Club 35 Basketball l,2,35 Pep Club l5 Athletic Club i. Virginia sac- rificed her chief enthusiasm, basketball, to concentrate on her secretarial studies this year. She plans to continue these in college. MAXINE RICE FHA l,2,3,45 Pep Club l. Her current in- terest is collecting rock n' roll records, and she is lucky in living where she can play them all day long without bothering the neighbors. She hopes to major in commer- cial art in college. DENNIS RICHARDSON Foofbqll 3,4, All-District 45 Basketball l, 2,3,45 Track l,2, State Meet 25 Band l,2, 3, President 45 Science Club l,25 Golf l, 25 Tennis l,2, Dennis has made an out- standing record as an athlete, and at the same time has been a mainstay of the trom- bone section of our band. BILLY RUSSELL Football 2,3,45 Basketball 2,35 Track l,25 Baseball l,2,35 Athletic Club l,25 FFA l, Chick must fill in his chemistry workbook with disappearing ink. When he gets to the blanks, he can hardly read what he has written. x., " v,'f.fj-jf' V .!.,,f gf, sh: my .,...,a.... ,.w , 4 if MA of '59 5' W' vrj. s. ,eu ' I I 451. Q , ' 'A 4 ' . fi' I it gf, LINDA KAY SALMON Carmi, Ill. I5 FHA 25 Library Club 2,Sec- retary 3, Treasurer 45 Softball 25 Basketball 3. A real whiz at bookkeeping, Linda has trouble with spelling in shorthand class. But she has not had any trouble in winning her classmates' esteem. JAQUITA SKINNER Class Secretary l,35 Future Teachers Secre- tary l,25 Student Council 25 Arrowhead Asst. Ed. 35 TIL Spelling 2, Ready Writing 2, Typing 35 National Honor Society 3, Secretary 4. If Jaquita can not solve it, the answer is wrong in the back of the book. That is how her classmates rate her. LUCILLE SLATER Future Teachers Club Vice President l,2. The first senior girl to get an engagement ring, Lucille seems to have given NHS ideas. Soon, says one of the boys, we will need a Brinks guard patroling the halls to protect all the diamonds. GLENN SMITH He might have to dye his hair to look the part, but we hear that Senor Smith has a rather good Spanish accent. He and Senor Scooter Newland were partners in a broil- er-raising project that netted them at least a thousand dollars worth of experience. LETA JO SMITH Band l,2,3,45 Library Club Parliamentar- ian l, Vice President 25 Class Treasurer, 45 TIL Band Solo Contest l,2. She has a quiet poise that her acquaintances envy. Is it the cause or the result of her four years experi- ence in the same downtown fob? DARLA JO TETTLETON FHA l,2,3,45 Pep Club 25 Future Nurses Club 3. After four years in the Future Homemakers, Darla Jo is rumored to be on the verge of erasing that "Future" from the title. "Practically engaged", says the grapevine. 412 eniors 33 if 5'-s C? Seniors VIRCINIA TETTLETON Prarrre Valley l Pep Club 2 FHA 2 3 Future Nurses Club 3 If she follows up that Interest shown by membershrp an the Future Nurses Club her soft quret vorce ought to be very soothrng rn a suck room Those drmples wrll be pretty under a nurses ca BOBBY JOE USELTON Football l 2 3 4 Basketball 3 Trackl 2 3 Athletlc Clubl 2 FFAl 2 3 4 Lone Star Farmer 4 Class Parlramentarron l Favorrte I Vice Presrdent 2 REBA WALKER Band l 2 3 Senror Representatrve4 Bas ketball l 2 3 Cheerleader3 4 Class Fa vorrte 2 Annual Staff 4, Student Councrl 4 Arrowhead Editor-4 FHAI 2 Reporter 4 Athletic Club l 2 Pep Club l Volley Ball 2 Her chief rnterests rn lrfe are food and letters from ACC WI LLIARD WEAVER Basketball 3 FFA l 2 3 If anybody de serves a good trme on the senror trrp rt rs Wrllrard As student manager of the concessron stand durrng the basketball season he represents a lot of cash rn the senror treasury DOUCIAS WIECHMAN FFA 2 Creen Hand Vrce Presrdent Repgr ter 3 Presrdent 4 Scrence Club 2 When only a freshman Douglas won the Farm Mechanrcs award for outstandrng work rn weldnng He will graduate from hugh school skrlled rn a well pard trade wrth three years experrence behrnd ham JUDY YARBRO Sherman Texas l Galnesvrlle 2, Pep Club 2 From Sherman to Garnesvrlle to Venezuela to Nocona does that explain the Rover rn her nickname of Red Rover 'P Anyone could mterpret the Red rf her prcture were rn color ass of 59 . 'Ui-ng Harold Reynolds Frances Burleson Darlene Nobile Nancy Tompkins Junior Class Officers Harold Reynolds ........................... ............ Pr esident Frances Burleson .... .... V ice President Darlene Nobile ..... ....... S ecretary Nancy Tompkins .... ................ . . . Treasurer CLASS MOTHERS Mrs. J. C. Rush, Mrs. Geor Patrick Mrs. Ra L. Far uhar Mrs. Erwin Ma Mrs. H. B. Moss, ge I Y q I yl Gee, Mrs. Kenneth Guinn, Mrs. H. W. Tompkins, Mrs. Jack Goodspeed, Mrs. Pat Aldridge. - SPONSORS Mrs. Maurine Henry Mrs, Billie Yeager Mrs. Aubrey Mitchell , - , . -::..',' .x--. ,.,.,. ..., .G- Mrs. W. F f? go. l Jumors Jimmy Capps Betty Jane Cockburn Barbara Coker Pafsy Copeland Clwrnshe Cowan Betty Doyle g K 'Hx v-4'Y i WM 6 Ann Adkins Elmer Adkins Jxmmy Aldrldge Ronald Bowerman Gaylord Brown Frances Burleson 1 2 Loretto Durham Barbara Fox Janice Gee Colvin Godwin Jocquelyn Goodspeed Odis Green ff G , 1 X m y -if 7 Juniors Dan Neal Leo Newland Darlene Noblle Corene Oxford Irene Oxford Lynda Pannal -'67 Elizabeth May Avia Molsbee Beverly Moody David Morgan Sue Ann Moss Joan McNew -F Linda Patrick Kenneth Partridge 5 Floyd Patterson Janne Pollard Elaine Pollock Betty Read Jumors Eddie Waldrlp Arvel Wall Peggy Walser Dcvld Werflco Joyce Wood Lamta Young Thomas Thompson Bully Tompkins Ima Jo Tompkins Nancy Tomplcnns Jackie Underwood Donald Vanover .,.-0 VG' f... -rail' 5, -J-+-4as..z. Don Sfouder Johnny Ycrbro Judy Long Jimmy Womack ophomore Class Officers Don Stouder ...............................,.......... 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K x X, ' ' f ' in 1r7"7g1'7 WV, - - ' A M K 1 .gif tw 45 6 afa- if-f lm it 41' '35 in-A new at 1' L 41 'le Q1 -eg iff' cd Freshmen Ray Ballrnger Jody Barron Jummy Beverage Geneva Blue Sondra Bowerman Carol Braslwear Garry Brashear Karen Braslwear Brenda Brown Lrnda Brown Gary Cardwell George Clark Johnny Coker Danny Coleman Johnny Coleman B , w ' . "f 3 B few , ' , 5 qv . 'Q r er Q 2' 1' x 7 r . ' 1 I 1 -Q 1 Q i' q Q V vvl ' B s r fn N JL y W -Q y 1 , y , 14? . B ' f , f J 9 ,fr I 1 ,W 4 -g I 'F .v fig , , .4 a' Freshmen Royce Corado Mrke Cowan Marveta Cox Joe Lynn Crow Lynn Crow Donna Crowley Robert Culwell Rose Fenogllo James Frazner Gayla Gaston Jane? Gaydon Jerry Gentry Bob Godwin Hershel Graves Charles Davis -QR' nu' "' .7 Q? id' is i 2' sg, YY John L Keck Freshmen Helen Green Jackle Greer Donalcl Haney Jane Haney J y Hays Vlrgama Hull f"' Make Horn Wanda Jackson Kay Lanner Barbara Larsson Gloria Lee Cecul Matheson Brenda Muller Frank Moore . 1 6 Q 9' ,A 1 ' 'A dl , 5 .4 I I K it ,X Q 5 . A ' , T ' -wrqz 'g 4' ,mp ' A l A F 5. G. . . . A , l fl , fin rrlr r fmlmf' . ,Va 0 ry . ,Q V V A i " r""' A 7 Q .X Y f 1 A i x 'lk " 9 1, 1:9 ' D b , Freshmen Marrlyn Morgan Colleen Mullls Carolyn Muse Ricky Myers Judy Parr Gary Porterfreld Mary Lynn Reed Phrllus Race .Irmmy Ross Tyolca Samples Glenn Seay Rrcky Spencer James Stockton Margaret Suffon Sandra Phillips f 'U Ali fl 5-an vi I fi fb Freshmen Charlotte Terflefon Kay Thompson Jerry Ulbrg Barbara Vanover Edward Walls Pafrrcla Weaver Linda Weiss Jerry Whrfe Dennis Wrlllams Bob Wrllrams Samrlue Woolcrrd Mary Wyler "Where'er we all may go In ev'rytIwing we do" V -Q it ' 'Y W L , 1 5 4- Ef? 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Majorehes Judy Hcmlcins Christie Cowon Doffie Dougherty Hodges Ima Jo Tompkins Shirley Phillips Nocona High School --1' 'TS W E Q NORMAN MCDANIEL P I Director ii 1 .4 . rl' BAND OFFICERS Dennis Richardson ------------ President Lynn Nored ------- - - -Vice President Dottie Kay Hodges - - ----- Secretary Linda Guinn ---- -------- R eporter Reba Walker - - - Senior Representative Ima Jo Tompkins - - Junior Representative Mackie Sanders - - - - Sophomore Representative Linda Weiss - - - - - -Freshman Representative V . , i,,. W, I 6 fa, Q Richardson , - 4 Nored q H 9 Guinn M' 2 S 1 Tx f I V , 0 0 W I . ' f W RIGHT: "Qt A Jerry Gentry Walker All State Band Sanders Weiss I A 'J xi'-slim I--4""""'1 and -I ' Q 'lf f , v I Q .. HQ? ff fi no VL. For the fourth successive year under Director Norman Mc- Daniel the Nocona High School Band has rated first in regional iudging in both marching and inspection. Also the maiorettes as an ensemble received a rating of first, and each of the group, ,PP T """ T """"' T 1' 'T' Ima Jo Tompkins Twirler Shirley Phillips Dottie Kay Hodges, Ima Jo Tompkins, Shirley Phillips, Judy Twlflef Hanlcins, and Christie Cowan, rated first as a solo twirler. Because Jerry Gentry, NHS freshman, won first chair cornet in the region, he automatically rates a chair in the all-state band. Hershel Graves and Elizabeth May also placed in regional competition. Judy Hankins Twirler Q LEFT. ,-4 Hershel Graves 'i" S S Wh Elizabeth May , up .I All-Regional Band A' y RIGHT. 1 'rj ,L Mary Wyler ,. Qi Alternate Twirler V' V K . Christie Cowan, Twrrler E sri mi S.. w ' is N 'C E ,Q b A ' Q ' ' .sl .1 P 1 , i n i 'jx' f S of , Ginn . Ill' fl 1 J 1 f-L ,QL ,ls i s Amin Asp -Av ABOVE - First Row: Susie Allen, Linda Sue Bailey, Jody Barron, Dorotha Bowles, Carol Brashear, Karen Brashear. Second Row:Charles Bratcher, Jamie Buck, Brenda Chapman, Lema Chupp, Barbara Coker, Johnny Coker. Third Row: Patsy Copeland, Donna Crowley, Charles Davis, Linda Dodson, Betty Doyle, Borden Grider. Band BELOW - First Row: Rosemary Grooms, Brenda Hill, Peggy Hurley, Wanda Jackson, Garry Johnson, Larry Johnson. Second Row: Viola Kay Lanier, Barbara Larison, Gloria Lee, Paula Paschall, Sandra Phillips, Janie Pollard. Bottom Row: Delores Skinner, Leta Jo Smith, James Stockton, Kay Thompson, Dennis Williams, Lanita Young. 'wi 'et S f 'ff I 'PSV as ,S "L, T' P ,rs HG J fi 'il 2. Q Q - ij? rag" , V fl 5' pu! , ' Q if 1. . s :inn 'r Q.. if 'f A B m fs 1 " -tss r , J as be ik Ja Jn Q Aix Q.: -.IAC ififilh , lx 1. .,. F I' ff N v: for-I A vv gg s if 41 Q' X . ,, ,. 1 34-fs" ' Stage Band FRONT ROW: Chrisfie Cowan, Dennis Williams, Dottie Daugherfy Hodges, Alto Saxophones. SECOND ROW: Wanda Jackson, Baritone Saxophone, Kay Thompson, Shirley Phillips, Tenor Saxophonesg Rosemary Grooms, Linda Guinn, Clarinefs. THIRD ROW: Jerry Gentry, Ima Jo Tompkins, Corners, Lorry and Garry Johnson, Hershel Graves, Trombones. STANDING: Brenda Hill, Piano, Director Norman McDaniel Susie Allen, Drums. P Sv I 'ls ff' paw. V' N STANDING: Hughes, King, Tompkins, Cowan, Lerner, Burleson, Phillips, Chapman, Walker, Thompson, Meyers, Newland. uf- ROBERT HUGHES 3' X gpm T Q6 I . " 1 QQAI? t6t15i'? fl -:rt-at R' Q, . M- E , tudent Council Robert Hughes - Tommy King - - Ima Jo Tompkins Christie Cowan - - - - - Penny Smith - - Reba Wallcer- - Frances Burleson David Thompson Ricky Meyers - - - -------- - - -i "1" rf T 1 me EATED: - - - - President - Vice President - - - Secretary - - - - Treasurer - Parliamentarian - - - - Senior Representative - - - ---- Junior Representative - - ---- - - - Sophomore Representative Freshman Representative Brenda Chapman Shirley Phillips Leo Newland Marcia Lerner 'I- r Paschall SENIORS Brenda Chapman Noma Fenner Brenda Hull Robert Hughes James Lynn Jean Muller Lynn Nored John Paschall .laqurta Slcrnner Cha pman JUNIORS Patsy Copeland Chrlstre Cowan Lrnda Gurnn Tommy Kung Leo Newland Ima .Io Tomplcrns Joyce Wood The Nahonal Honor Socrety John Paschall Brenda Chapman Jaquuta Skunner Lmda Gurnn Ili.- 1' ew'- Slcrnner SOPH OMORES Kay Malor Glenda Muller Penny Smrth David Thompson Presrdent Vuce Presrdent Secretary Treasurer Gurnn SEATED Paschall Chapman Slcrnner Gunnn FIRST ROW J Muller Newland Cowan Smlth Fenner Mayor Copeland Wood Tompkins SECOND ROW G Muller HIII Nored THIRD ROW Kung Lynn Thompson Hughes Ls I I Y . 1-,f ' 1' I 'J I K X J ,I ' ' 1 , e . zzifvw lx . ' NfI:..Ef:.'f'- ,ff -'ff' - "Shi nf- wg i'- , 'dxf ' . :FEI RTL. . . . . - - I . Q . , , I - - I I I I . , . . . I I I I ' ' ' I l ' . 3 I I I ' ., , ' - ' N-sag, , L :L . f.,,5y"fg1-.Pf . ,ff . ' 'V ,,p.u.f..t lx, ' 5 ' T A 1 l l SEATED Mr Anderson Sponsor Reba Walker David Thompson STANDING Ima Jo Tomp kms Phrllrp Hoover Susie Allen Bob Bennett Dottie Kay Hodges Brenda Chapman Tommy Kung Larry Prrbble Donna Crowley not prctured The Arrowhead REBA WA LK ER Davrd Thompson Bob Bennett Ima Jo Tompkrns Larry Prrbble Donna Crowley Assrstant Edrtor Sensor Reporter Junror Reporter Sophomore Reporter Freshman Reporter f-0 if x T ,- X X X A A 1 p 1 TY? r. rfb ' I ' , l ' l- Reba Walker -------------- Editor DAVID THOMPSON . - - - - - - - . . QL, .rl A -3 ' ' fl J 'lid . urn. , is ,-.21 SEATED Shirley Phllllps Linda Gunnn Joyce Wood Nancy Tompkins Daffy Lee Marfm Reba Walker Brenda Chapman STANDING James Lynn Brenda Hull Jlm Johnson The Chuef Kv Above Brenda Chapman 'N' EdlfOI' Rught Shnrley Phrllups Asslsfanf Edufor 9? 2 Above Brenda Hull Business Manager Left James Lynn Asslsfanf Busuness Manager .I I .1 .W 'V - b i ---'- W--3:1-f.e 3 -' 7? . WN . A 1 K I vi wiki 1: ' ":i.5.7 . ,Q .. ,I my .fi x is I I . Q ...TE Q,.,n.L.,' K 45, n '.,':.s tw- ' Q' 3 .VJ Z his " .. ' ' J.. 1 fl Qxlw, '54 ' ky 5-Q ' 2 I - J 1"7f 1 I, ,,.,. w mf .im 5 ru iq 3 uylzgii.-wk" W, , ,361 ,-' f , P ,, ','.z', 1?XL..-gfkq-f ,ff-1 35r"f2.:-S?"-'L' 'Q P f,"f -ififw1Qff42Ef:,, - Yi! . afrt JJ: gktfgfg : k5',1.tQ - X .5 - ' -B m x is-ff-1-W L--4-E19 2 1 " CIBIICB ll E " ' 'W' so 'f 553 . . ,I x ,f :Ut X , J P L ,gi u if X 11 ' c ,av Fl? Rn, " 'jliql 'f " - t ' A' nf ' ffm, Q X .4 " Qs . A '. .'s' 'fi-' " . , . 5- ' f Jifl Nored McCall Caddy McCall Lynn Nored Nancy Tompkuns Bob Bennett Tom Moore Tompkins Presudent Vuce Presudent Secretary Treasurer Program Chaurman Sponsor Bob Bennett Judy Long Lynn Nored Steve Salmon Brenda Chapman Mary Helen Loudamy Lynda Pannal Maclcle Sanders Robert Hughes James Lynn John Paschal David Thompson Garry Johnson Caddy McCall Larry Prrbble Nancy Tompkuns Larry Johnson Jean Muller Kenneth Ragan Zandra Walker Xl i i i i if i it 1 H 'E fi ft Y G '46 J' t13,,fJ.' J' . pi L -' s A , , ,Sd T lf? fiiwi' - 5 1 , x x ii. ---...s STANDING Margaret Sutton Tyoka Samples, Barbara Vanover Charlotte Tettleton Barbara Allen Patsy Copeland Joan McNew Mary Helen Loudamy Marilyn Morgan Lunda Brown Elizabeth May Colleen Mullus Jody Barron Lando Weiss Nlary Wyler Marllyn Rush Mrs Thompson Sponsor The 'patient Lynda Pannal SEATED Brenda Hull Future Nurses Club ' Ma Rus 9 l' A V Q . , . 1 rpg! Q: OFFICERS "' K Brenda Hull ------- Presadent W f Y. ' y Eluzabeth Nay - - - Vsce Presudent 'l7f" . 1g1 Hb?-' 7 al Q-sf C f . . ta? . . . 4 H V I Q' k Marilyn Rush ------ Secretary i 5? Q! sa ' r Future Homemakers of America OFFICERS Noma Fenner ---- President Christie Cowan - -Ist V. Pres. Marcia Lerner - - 2nd V. Pres. Reba Walker - - - 3rd V. Pres. Nancy Reed ----- Secretary Nancy Tompkins - - -Treasurer Mrs. Martha Thompson - el 1' 'II' ln The Pictures ,-' . 44:- x Penny Smith ------ Historian Kay Major - - - Parliamentarian Carolyn Green - - - Betty Read ---- Mackie Sanders - - Donna Crowley - - - -Sponsor , b 'iffy 1 Song Song So ng Song Leader Leader 7 Leader Leader Al 'pf' ABOVE, from left: Fenner, N. Reed, N. Tompkins, Lerner, R. Walker, Cowan. BELOW, from left: Smith, Major, C. Green, B. Reid, Sanders, Crowley. Ann Adkins Barbara Allen Jody Barron Geneva Blue Sandra Bowerman Lawana Breeden Brenda Brown Linda Brown Jamie Buck Frances Burleson Linda Burnett Janice Chnlcoat Patsy Copeland Christie Cowan Marveta Cox Donna Crowley Donna Dillard Cecilia Dodson Linda Dodson Lois Doshrer Loretta Durham Jackie Edwards Noma Fenner Betty Frazier Gayla Gaston MEMBERS Janet Gaydon Janice Gee Nakrta Gibson Leslie Golson Glemce Goodspeed Carolyn Green Helen Green Jane Haney Dana Hill Virginia Hill Ann Horton Opal Howard Kay Lanier Barbara Larrson Glona Lee Marcia Lemer Judy Long Mary Helen Loudamy Kay Malor Shirley Markham Elizabeth May Maxine McCubbrns Joan McNew Brenda Muller Glenda Miller Jean Miller Avia Molsbee Marilyn Morgan Colleen Mullis Carol Muse Paula Paschall Linda Patrick Sandra Phillips Kay Pickle Janie Pollard Margaret Prrddy Mary Lynn Reed Nancy Reed Virginia Reed Betty Reid Linda Rice Maxine Rice Phyllis Rice Marilyn Rush Tyoka Samples Mackie Sanders Kay Sims Delores Skinner Mary Nell Sledge Penny Smith Paula Stine Margaret Sutton Jackie Taylor Charlotte Tettleton Darla Jo Tettleton Kay Thompson Lula Mae Thompson Ima Jo Tompkins Nancy Tompkins Helen Ulbrg Barbara Vanover Phyllis Vaughn Reba Walker Sara Walker Zandra Walker Peggy Walser Pat Weaver Linda Weiss Elaine White Betty Wilson Margie Winmngham Samrlue Woolard Mary Wyler Linda York Q 5 S . , . . . . . . . . . . . - . . , - htm' 'uf 6, R Mn" ': 15 'Q K Da ri .. pf- -Q , , W ' 4 iii' 1 f is jg. - 1.1- , . 'iv f. F121 6 Q"'s,xq' , . - A U X 'Q 1 f tt . ' is 2 ' T ll - xx "M .21 5 ,N 2- ', - Or, it ' Q. : 5 , p rtfeyfg' I . 455 .qffixrivr - ' a.. V 2 X. X K5 R In The Q Homemakmg Department 3. N For the club programs this year the Nocona chapter of the F. H.A. has had as its theme - Goal lll:To understand our neighbors both at home and abroad. Outstanding programs have been travel talks given by Nocona citizens who have made recent trips to foreign countries. Miss Jo Storey told about Ha- waii, and displayed souvenirs of her several trips there. Mrs. Pauline Seay described Mexico. Mrs. G. W. Humphreys discussed Italy. Mr. Rowland Peters gave a travelogue about Alaska, Cuba, and Nassau. IN THE PICTURES 1. Marilyn Morgan, Brenda Brown, Virginia Hill, and Gayla Gaston are on laundry detail. 2. Barbara Vanover, Janet Gaydon, Linda Brown, Carol Muse, and Marveta Cox clean cabinets and stoves. 3. Glenice Goodspeed helps Glenda Miller adjust the length of a housecoat Glenda is making for a Christmas gift. 4. Freshman girls bring the Christmas atmosphere to the Homemaking Depart- ment. 5. Janice Chilcoat, Betty Frazier, and Darla Jo Tettleton are making slip covers for the teachers' lounge. 6. A representative of the gas company gives a cooking demonstration to o first-year class. 7. Colleen Mullis, Tyoka Samples, and Phyllis Rice wax a table top, while Charlotte Tettleton dusts window ledges. I egg, qw. Nocona Chapter The Sponsor R F Thompson and Chapter Sweetheart Lamta Young Future Farmers of Ameruca Douglas Werchman Harold Reynolds Tommy Kmg Royce Prlddy Davrd Thompson BELOW Congressman Frank lkard rs named Honorary Chapter Famer Douglas Werchman makes the pres entatlon 6 PRESADEN OFFICERS Elmer Adkins Larry Albrn Douglas Ashcroft Mrlburn Ballrnger Garry Brashear Marvln Buck Donald Capps Johnny Coleman Royce Corado Joe Crow Robert Culwell Donald Fenoglro James Frazrer Bob Godwrn Calvm Godwrn Jearl Godwrn Ray Hall Donald Haney Jay Hays Jummy Holloway Charles Keck John L Keck Jimmy Kennedy Pres: dent Vrce President Secretary MEMBERS Treasurer Sentmel Reporter Tommy Kmg Tommy Lobban Jlmmy Mays Cecrl Matheson Tommy Morgan Leo Newland Kenneth Partrl e Floyd Patterson Kenneth Patterson Gary PorterfTeld Royce Prrddy Harold Reynolds Jerry Russell Glenn Seay Lloyd Thomas David Thompson Jerry Ulbrg Bobby Joe Uselton Eddie Waldrlp Edward Walls Joe Weaver Douglas Werchman I Leo Newland ---------- ------""" ' ' ' 'ag vi v ..-'V - Y 4:1 F. F. A. Projects Johnny Coleman is the fourth generation of his family to raise white-faced Herefords in Montague County. The state president of the F.F.A., Bill McDowell of Whitewright fcenterl visits the local chapter. He is shown with local officers, Harold Reynolds, David Thompson, Douglas Weichman, and Leo New- land. Douglas is c candidate for State Farmer degree. Eddie Waldrip, Kenneth Patterson, and Floyd Patterson prepare dressed broilers to exhibit at the San Antonio Fat Stock Show. Donald Capps and Garry Brashear were partners with them in raising 500 broilers. Cecil Matheson and Ray Hall lnot picturedl are partners in raising purebred Duroc hogs. Harold Reynolds with some of his Rambouillet sheep, one of severul proiects which he has. Harold is a candidate for the State Farmer degree this year. Vetch and barley top dressed with nitrates showed luxuriant growth in May, l958. 1... -Q .- +351 l vvwmrt SEATED Mrs Mitchell Sponsor Noma Fenner Presrdent Lunda Burnett Vice President Dana Hull Secretary Linda Salmon Treasurer Phillip Hoover Reporter STANDING Marveta Cox Lmda Brown Judy Long Opal Howard Jackie Edwards, Mary Nell Sledge Karen Braslwear Donna Dillard Sara Walker Kay Magor Mary Helen Loudamy Kay Pickle Glenda Muller Leslle Golson Jamle Buck Penny Smuth Helen Green Mary Lynn Reed, Jane Haney BACK ROW Mackle Sanders Margaret Ann Pnddy Jimmy Fltts, Betty Keck Library Club 441-s, LEFT Library Club members prepare to deliver mums -.,, ordered forthe Homecoming Game a tradltlonal ac- , fIVIfy of the club. 1 , 'W "We will your honor hold Cherish your dear ncme " PERSONALITIES FOOTBALL QUEEN BAND SWEETHEART MOST REPRESENTATIVE F.H.A. BEAU AND F.F.A. SWEETHEART CLASS FAVORITES SENIOR SELECTIONS VALENTINE SWEETHEART K f ' - " x -.- .' . a n .J -- fffzlf f Y '- , ' H A ' 4 ' 1 ' 1 f A fe' if fm' A ' N 'Vx Football Queen J UDY HANK I NS 'll-Q. ffqzk.. 'W-My Band Sweetheart Q.. -. Most Representahve CADDY MCCALL Most Representative IMA JO TOMPKINS wifes l ,xx vnu. ,.., .v., ,x 1 ff f f , u ll no . , 0 N D. 7 1 ff' i R F. H. A. Beau LARRY BAGWILL ,fr "'s ,P-wr 'PFS ,,7' " HAP7TFf -Qwdvf' 6.5 Y"--...,,,,y i oo pn A Q 1 ff! Vcuxff F F A Sweetheart C ' --.A .,N5ga" J, er I 2 I Q 2 fi. , 'WV ' 'X . , Q ,,f"""x . , G I ,Q M .- ug.: S .T '1- ,429 ' ' rl' X .. 94' X ' Alla' 'L v .- U 2, ,ol ' N 0+ 522 ' . N A o o A X gg I 1 2' . Lsw lx 1255'- '11, I I -. J Kp? .R Qu- Q .aa enior Favorites ,- ,, 94,5 1- . vzawqg 1 ffffm ,Wai ,Q ' Wink P-1' f Q- .5 Q 'M- f.f'Mi:'iM miami 3.3 wr' 'U' . . 1 'feb A, BOB BENNETT NOMA FENNER Q , . l '-, K . . X 1 'xv x .Q xl x, r ! , r Qu' Q. ff 1' ' "WW " A .1 1 , 'f. . 'f' '-"fx: X u. W . N - , H .ff ,. 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" ' f' - ..- 'gf' ' ' 1 ,.. -, . ' umor Favorutes NANCY TOMPKINS y 'Ulu-I KEITH SEWELL Sophomore Favorites JOHNNY YARBRO KAY MAJOR Freshman Favorites JANE HANEY GARY CARDWELL f I ,rx .' X'V il, 'P . - - I, , ? gy U . 'r A I, J ' fl., 5- ,fl , 5 ' 7 .ag JH M347 C f ' . P I , Y ,M M! mi' yr' ei Q-Q we We x. The Football Queen and Her Court LEFT TO RIGHT: Noma Fenner, Mike Johnson, Judy Hankins, Randi Maddox, Linda Guinn Bully Russell 'M N'-. 'T' K Semi-Finalists Band Sweetheart Linda Guinn Linda Sue Bailey Semi-Finalists F. F. A. SWEETHEART Shirley Phillips Mary Nell Sledge Judy Hanlclns F H A B AU i .. Kenfh Sewell Bobby Joe Uselton Wnllrcrd Weaver Charles Keck X s l 'J l A4 "-my '-in F? 1'1- 1 MOST ATHLETIC SENIORS Nome Fenner Dennls Richardson THE FRIENDLIEST SENIORS Jimmy Fnfts Brenda Hull 'i THE BEST LOOKING SENIORS Shurley Phlllnps Bobby Joe Uselfon enior ----u-nu? THE WITTIEST SENIORS Phnlllp Hoover Judy Ycrbro elections I D A R GOOD CITIZENSHIP AWARD Doffy Lee Marfm -1 MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Jcquufc Sknnner BAUSCH AND LOMB SCIENCE AWARD Lynn Nored .Aw -4? W ix Seniors Jummy Flffs Caddy McCall Shnrley Phvlllps Larry Bagwrll Brenda Hull Class Favontes Semu Fmallsts JUNIORS Frances Burleson Lanufa Young Tommy Kung Eddue Waldrnp - 51 is Xsiivl I . ,, F X '..,e , ' . M154 5 -- Q R :A-A X ' .L R Q 'F 1 1 A ' A - - 0-X .. 'M 2' 'mf' .. ,TM gg.:-,,, ia , f- ' Fi, ,Wei x - K A . ,N -..r, . X. I . ,, I I." ',..n"'- "' '- :J .1 ' , 4X , H X, M . ' 'I .. . . . . . . . . ' I I I I ' lv xx I . ls I I I 1 . . -- .1 , . r T, 1, 0 0 H 1 V Class Favonfes , S . . . CMI FRESHMEN Helen Green Wanda Jackson Judy Pair Ricky Myers Robert Culwell malty 1 l ' 1 Dress-Alike Day N. H. S. Linda Weiss and James Stockton display identical hearts. Dwight Rich gallantly opens the locker door for Kay Maior. Paula Stine and Eddie Waldrip are plaid dress-alikes. Freshman favorite Gary Cardwell with his favorite, Kay Lanier. ls Dennis Richardson going to carve his initials with Lanita Young's on this tree? Slave Dan Neal and Boss Mackie Sanders believe in keeping the record straight. Phyllis Rice and Milburn Ballinger like western shirts. Margaret Sutton's blouse says she is his, and Weldon Kirby's shirt announces that 2 Nr 11 V he is hers If vt 1' sg" if YK, .QQ-i:'k 1 Q i il, .3-35.4 -A X K x . air Charles Perry and Elaine White wear fashionable spring checks. Floyd Patterson and Karen Brashear display identical decorations on their blue ieans. Sledge and Tommy Morgan admire each other's striped shirts. r F 1 ' Hx.: Favorites Mary Nell A regular sophomore foursome: Jimmy Womack and Kay Picklep Don Stouder and Kay Sims. Judy Pair's shirt says "Jamie"p Jamie Hankins's says "Judy". Jackie Edwards and David Priddy wear matching red sweaters. Joe Uselton and Janice Chilcoat, Wanda Jackson and Mike Horn join the Twirp Week parade of dress- alikes. Royce Priddy is certainly doing the talking, but Linda Rice seems willing to listen. Is the Indian in the hall trying to come between Sara Walker and Tommy King? This is really a triangle. Williard Weaver, Judy Yarbro, and Weldon Atha should turn this situation over to the plane geometry classes. l 1 Q! ABOVE, from left: Keith Sewell escort- ing Peggy Hurley, Bob Bennett escorting Carolyn Green, Shirley Phillips and her escort, Jimmy Fitts, Linda Sue Bailey SHIRLEY PHll-UPS with Ricky Myers, Christie Cowan with Larry Bogwi I I. IN FRONT: Shelly Valentine Sweetheart. Moore, flower girl, Morgan Moore, crown bearer. TMWWwk The coronotion of Shirley Phillips as Valentine Sweetheart was the climax of Twirp Week, sponsored each year by the Student Council. The selection of the Sweetheart is by secret ballot, and her identity remains a secret until she is presented in assembly, with the other girls high in the balloting making up the court. During Twirp Week, the girls make the dates and pay for all social activities. This year the Council sponsored a salad supper and sock hop, Dress-Alike Day for couples, an evening of one-act plays, and Dress-up Day. Basketball games on Tuesday and Friday rounded out o full week. - 7 N.. 'Q 4 ME ,J A- -' 'QQ' . .. .A ,. Q - xl.. 8 .I . w ..I 1 . DWP O 5 . f, . -JI' I -I o f' 1 r - r i" I 1" 4 if , f I? - J ' if . Q, .1-fc , W 2 Q 5 , ffgiiff, ' ' ' - . 1 -"" ' ., X Y: -Q, sa S 0 ,L H, V , ' , .R vp , -f 1 Q -V : F IQ- uh F-. is t sr.- S :iss-ff... . If A. ll . , A P V , JAMES WILLINGHAM l 1 A Q- J ' Head Coach Q fi I J fi is if' Q , . T J ' X ff' 3 W ' , ' ' ' S . , 5 K' 'Q S' x' , A . - ' RQ' A R out all Y 1 in J' T ,rl K 3 X Y. Q 4 I ,J F bfi , r S .lu ' ' - tr, - x' 'A' S' - - avi' ' ' 'P M:3'4s'mr Wd ,A L -i sg , -, '.,. - "fa" t , ,:."i ' f ', V 6 ...LVM -I an be V 1, Lim., l.,' j,,L,2,f, L, V M lN THE GROUP PICTURE, seated: Phillip Hoover, David Pricldy, Jimmy Fitts, Bob Bennett, Tommy Mor gan, Jamie Hankins, Bobby Joe Uselton, Jimmy Capps, Gary Cardwell. SECOND ROW: Marvin Buck, Eddie Waldrip, Richard Pults, Jearl Godwin, Billy Russell, Floyd Patterson, Dan Neal, Mike Johnson Randi Maddox. BACK ROW: Coach Miksch, Coach Viertel, Larry Bagwill, Keith Sewell, Charles Perry Dennis Richardson, Don Stouder, Tommy Lobban, Dwight Rich, Coach Willingham. BELOW, left: JIMMY FITTS, Captain- Jimmy, a senior, played starting offensive guard, and middle guard on defense. He was outstanding at both positions. His dry wit added to team morale. CENTER: LARRY BAGWILL, Co-captain- Larry was the backbone of the club, as offensive fullback aver- aging better than 5 yards per carry during the season. He received the Lions Club Sportsmanship award. RIGHT: PHILLIPHOOVER, Co-captain-Thisseniorend did an outstanding job on offense and defense making many spectacular catches during the season. I I it H --Q-1 4 .. ,, A .w D . xc 5' ff- "1 Q , fl-5 if -:. Alf ,. 1 ivh A fi . 'flee tw' A 1 s. 35.9 Line C THE 1958 SCOREBOARD NORMAN N Assigned to the district cellar by the pre-season dopesters the Nocona lndlans finished with a third place rating in a district made up of seven teams Game scores are: Sept . Sept. Sept. 'Oct . 'Oct 'Oct 'Oct 'Oct. 'Nov i' Nov Nocona Nocona Nocona Nocona Nocona Nocona Nocona Nocona Nocona Nocona 'Conference Game Whitesboro 20 Lawrence D. l2 Bell lHurst- Eulessl Henrietta 6 Jacksboro I4 Decatur 20 Burkburnett 'I4 Elec tra 8 Olney I4 Seymour 12 Bowie Q 180 RIGHT: DENNIS RICHARDSON - Playing only his second year of football, Dennis was elected to the all dlstnct 9 AA first team as offensive halfback. He thrilled the Nocona fans with his spectacular runs during the season averaging seven yards per fl-if carry . if 'USN ff- I if i w, s ,ff I If 'wh' r l xg "'is. Q I l T." if was H 'A gff xy V 5 . I 4 ,ss ' 2 ,F 1 NNrw1'g 4 I 'ITM I I "5 -iff' , 2, I V .W gi. c Q ITA, '-.I Q 'Y' ,I Lf, I3 4' ,AF 'QA i Q ' 1 BOB BENNETT- A conscientious senior, who played starting of- fensive center.He received honorable mention forall-district honors . MIKE JOHNSON- Asenior end who decided he wanted to try foot- ball before he graduated, and received his letter his firstyear out. TOMMY LOBBAN- Senior, inside line backer and offensive half- back. A starter, Tommy played some fine football for N.H.S. this year. RANDI MADDOX- A senior tackle who showed lots of hustle and determination as he earned his second letter. CHARLES PERRY- Senior who was just beginning to come around to make a fine halfback, when he was iniured in the first conference game. DAVID PRIDDY- Offensive tackle, defensive tackle and end. This senior played outstanding ball most of the season. He received hon- orable mention for the all-district team. BILLY RUSSELL- A quick guard, "Chick" played enough his senior year to earn his second letter. JOE USELTON- Starting offensive left end, and outstanding down- field blocker. At I3O pounds he was the smallest boy on the start- ing team. MARVIN BUCK- Manager GARY CARDWELL- Manager CHARLES KECK- Kept out of play all season by an iniury, Charles served as Statistician for the team. JIMMY CAPPS-A tough, aggressive defensive end. Much will be expected of him as a senior next year. JAMIE HANKINS- A sophomore tackle, who played outstanding offensive and defensive ball, a conscientious worker. TOMMY MORGAN- An outstanding offensive guard, who plays inside line backer on defense. A three-year Ietterman, he re- ceived honorable mention for theall-district team . DAN NEAL- A one-year letterman, iunior, who could move into a starting position next year. FLOYD PATTERSON- An offensive center, playing his last year of eligibility. He played a lot on kick-offs. RICHARD PULTS- A sophomore who earned a starting defensive position midway in the I958 season. A lot will depend on him next year. DWIGHT RICH- A fine passer, this sophomore earned his second letter in '58, He received honorable mention for all-district this year, and should make that team during the next two years. KEITH SEWELL- A iunior halfback with lots of determination. He earned his second letter this season. EDDIE WALDRIP- A junior halfback, who was injured in the first game, and missed most of the season. He is expected to make up for it next year. - .W , 5 as 'AA I i P . . , ir, 5.i,,.f d uniifviianj wrt I . ' -ii Q 'C' '1- 1 LEFT: Two big reasons why Nocona upset Burkburnett were fullback Larry Bagwill 1325 and haltback Dennis Richardson fl U. Each car- ried the ball for over 130 yards in this game. 9 ' 9 v Us 1 . : r 5 fi 'B , 4 , xi. -- .. , "J 'I' 'N' S v 'I T I ,X .1 if . Q .- N . - . 1 r Q ft To 4 n AA' q. ..- .4 ,nl 'x in 'I 'lj ' f y tf . i Ricky Myers. 's .4 l .41 ' TOP ROW, from left: Garry Brashear, Donny Coleman, Calvin Godwin, Borden Grider, Ray Hall, Jimmy Holloway. SECOND ROW: Bill Hopkins, Mike Horn, Weldon Kirby, Cecil Matheson, Bobby McClellan, Football B' Winning five of their seven scheduled games the B team tied with Decatur for second rank in e district Game scores were ept Oct Oct Oct Oct Oct Nov Nocona Nocono Nocona Nocona Nocona Nocona Nocona Wh: tesboro Jacksboro Decatur Burkburnett Electra Olney Bowie TOP ROW from left Kenneth Partridge Harold Reynolds M E Spencer Steve Salmon Don Stouder Bully Royce Tompkins SECOND ROW Jackie Underwood Jerry White Bob Williams Jimmy Womack Johnny Yarbro Donald Capps Nlanager 'Ay X'-' an 1 7 225' 4' 'wa-QW he Af 'l y ,QR no ll . . . . I ,, ,, . . . th S . 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'i . 6 A 'N A., 1, E 101720 A 14 X " Juli 1' 15,1 ' f ,,.,, , X STANDING from left Charles Perry Denms Richardson Phullup Hoover Davld Pruddy Captain Dwight Rich Coach Norman Mlksch FRONT ROW Make Johnson Tommy Kung Dan Neal Robert Hughes Larry Alban Slx of the above players are sensors Nov Nov Nov Nov Dec Dec Dec Dec Basketball A' Sanger Henrietta Sanger Hol llday Nocona Nocona Nocona Nocona Nocona Hen fl etta Red Ruver Valley Tourney at Sherman Dec 10-13 Nocona 40 Trenton Nocona 36 Howe Nocona 44 Llpon Whltesboro Tourney Nocona 51 Whntesboro Nocona 62 Colllnsvulle 1958-1959 Reco rd Jan 'Jan an 'Jan it 'Jan an Jan e e e e 'Feb 'A' Nocona Nocona Nocona Nocona Nocona Nocona Nocona Nocona Nocona Nocona Nocona Nocona Conference game Burkbumett Olney Decatur Bowie Sl :dell Jacksbom Burkbumett Olney Decatur Bowne Electra Jocksboro I . 20 36 40 . 6 37 . 21 38 ' 46 . 9 55 . 25 39 38 'J . 13 51 . 28 48 ' 49 . 16 50 ' Dec. 2 Nocona 29 Slidell 54 'Jan. 20 Nocona 42 Electra . 9 49 ' 54 . 23 37 ' 'J . 27 54 ' . 30 40 . 'F b. 3 52 . 10 31 'F b. 6 48 25 'F b. 10 28 ' ' 67 'F b. 13 43 . 19 60 . 19 ' 79 ' . 20 ' ' 36 X 2 31 il' v v .. I .'. 'NW I, .YH N 0 8 2 28K 1 I 1 55 ,H 4 g el--f ZMVTZ ' Q. xJf3,,,-ff' 'I K ' M .Na X -4 Q9 , .gaze E15 0 All STANDING, from left: Bill Hopkins, Charles Ivy, Kenneth Rogan, Richard Pults, Jamie Hanklns, Robert Culwell, Douglas Taylor, Donald Capps, Coach A.J. Viertel. FRONT ROW Manager Gary Cardwell Jerry Reed, Mike Horn, Jimmy Holloway, Larry Pribble, Steve Salmon, James Stockton Bobby McClellan Manager. Nov Nov Nov . Nov . Dec Dec Dec Dec Jan . Jan . Jan . Jan . Basketball "B" 1958-1959 RECORD 20 Nocona 21 Nocona 24 Nocona 26 Nocona 2 Nocona 4 Nocona I5 Nocona 17 Nocona 2 Nocona l 3 Nocona 23 Nocona 3 l Nocona 24 Sanger T6 Henrietta 34 Sanger 25 Holliday 22 Slidell 60 Henrietta 29 Era 27 Pilot Point 25 Holliday 34 Bowie 30 Slidell 22 Decatur l er . ,fm .s 1. s . 4, :E ge 2' H ' ' "Q, B if 4 L al " f -. Q. 5 my I - 5' 5 . 1 s A 5 9 k ,,. 4 3.5 DEED! as x f 'W Aff Pl HQ' FROM LEFT: Mary Nell Sledge, Kay Major, Christie Cowan, Susie Allen, Frances Burleson Coach Billie Yeager, Manager Donna Dillard, Jacquelyn Taylor, Noma Fenner, Mackie Sanders Penny Smith Glemce Goodspeed. The "A " team won consolation at the Forestburg toumament, second at the Austin College toumament and fourth at the Whitesborvo toumament. Nov Nov Nov . Nov Nov . Dec Dec Dec Dec Dec Dec I8 Nocona 42 Henrietta Forestburg Tournament 38 20 Nocona 2'l Nocona 22 Nocona 25 Nocona 5 Nocona Forestburg Gainesville Sacred Heart Sherman Henrietta Austin College Tournament 10 42 Nocona I I Nocona l 2 Nocona l 3 Nocona I6 Nocona Trenton Howe Shennan Gober Sherman Basketball 'A' 1958-1959 Record Dec . Dec . 'Jan 'Jan 'Jan 'Jan 'Jan 'Jan 'Jan 'Feb 'Feb 'Feb 'Feb 'Feb Whitesbono Toumoment Nocona Nocona Nocona Nocona Nocona Nocona Nocona Nocona Nocona Nocona Nocona Nocona Nocona Nocona 'Conference game N . X Mary Nell Sledge, Forward Penny Smith, Guard Frances Burleson, Forward Jacquelyn Taylor, Guard Co-Captains Susie Allen, Forward Christie Cowan, Guard Noma Fenner, Forward Mackie Sanders, Forward Kay Major, Guard Glenice Goodspeed, Guard l STANDING from left Donna Dlllard manager Jackue Edwards Mary Helen Loudomy Sara Walker Janice Chllcoat Margaret Prlddy Paula Stme Leslie Golson Kay Sums Coach Blllle Yeager KNEELING Tyoka Samples Sandra Phulllps Betty Jane Cockburn Marilyn Morgan, Margaret Sutton Sandra Bower man Phyllis Rlce Pat Weaver Basketball B' Nov Dec Dec n 1958 1959 GAMES Nocona Nocona Nocona Nocona The B squad gurls Sherman Henru etta Shennon Decatur os only one game thus season their first game In the dnstruct tourna ment where the 'B champlonshap IS declded , - - .- F1 ll Nov . 18 Nocona 24 Henrietta 6 . 25 39 31 . 5 53 ' 25 . 16 45 36 Ja . 31 32 34 ll ll ' I t o Volleyball 6' -,W STANDING Coach Billie Yeager Gaul Cook Marveta Cox Rosemary Grooms Sara Walker Penny Smith Noma Fenner Dana Hill Phyllis Vaughn Margaret Prrcldy SECOND ROW Charlotte Tettleton Sdndrd BOW6I'm0f1 Leslie Golson Carol Muse Donna Dillard Linda Burnett Mary Helen Loudamy Lois Doshler SEATED Marilyn Morgan Jackie Edwards Jane Haney Tyoka Samples Phyllis Rice and Mary Nell Sledge The district volleyball championship was scheduled to be determined at a tournament rn Bowne May l The girls entered the Lions Club tournament in Nocona March 9 14. Other tournament dates had not been set at the time this yearbook went to the publisher. phi- 'ft -,..v,g, pf , , 5 an 4 .xx . at j Nik Nu- x ' ,rv '. il +4-1 X nib, f:i2 x 'ff Uxl' ,K I ji' 4- 41 1. A 53 '5 Q fi, fs 'li .. Q: mg' glr , :HL ,Fld tl I X It lg if 13, I 1 1' l 1 'bs t J Sit 'CQ' If aft I ! I v .. Q47 ,4 u 104 "5" Q0 FH igpi STANDING from left Tommy Lobban Larry Album Bull Hopkins Charles Perry FRONT ROW Davld Prnddy Phullxp Hoover Rand: Maddox Lobban and Prlddy won second IH the drstrlct rn sensor boys doubles last year A iff: 8l'lI'lIS In the Prcture STANDING Marcia Lerner Kay Sums Mackue Sanders KNEELING Mary Nell Sledge Jamie Buck Kay Malor Marcia Lernerand Mackie Sanders won first place inthe dlstrlct un lunlor gurls doubles last year Kay Malor won second place ln rumor gurls singles Kay Sums was one of a flrstplace lunlor doubles team ln another distract last year Junior dlvlslon contestants do not compete In the regaonal and state meets This group wnll be playing In the senior dlvnslon thus year J 5 if Y ' 1 ' , sv K ,sw f 1 . 9' Q f . ff O ,s - f g fi S U f' P' F A E, I, S' ""x . .sh , J. We it 1 , ' X ,' -I Vj .xx AL '- A ,- 4 -2 f if My - M K S ' Lf' - ' ' lfwlr' ,,1?.vf3"'w ' ,f, . .H 4, L, I K ,-, as x,.. , V ' -K Q, I7 K 'Ar' ., I : I ' l . 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NOT PICTURED: Don Stouder, Jamie Hanlcins, Hershel Graves, Coach Willingham. At the time "The Chief" went to the publishers, track season had barely begun, and entrants in the various events had not been determined. However, two former regional winners, Dennis Richardson in the sprints, and Eddie Waldrip in the high iump, were expected to repeat in their specialties. The team was scheduled to enter meets at Decatur, Graham, Ft. Worth, Stephenville, Duncan, Okla., and the district contest at Wichita Falls April 9. Literary Contests of lnterscholastic League NUMBER SENSE -- Left to right: Hershel Graves, Brenda Miller, Jerry Gentry, James Stockton. TYPING -- Left: Darlene Nobile, Linda Guinn. SPELLING -- Back row: Marilyn Morgan, Paula Stine, Kay Major. Second row: Lawana Breeden, Penny Smith, Kay Pickle. Third row: Helen Green, Dennis Williams. DECLAMATION -- Back row: Judy Pair, Kay Pickle. Front row: Dotty Martin, Eddie Waldrip, Zandra Walker. Not pictured: Dan Coleman, Rose Fenoglio. ONE ACT PLAY -- Standing: James Lynn. Seated: Ima Jo Tompkins, James Stockton. READY WRlTlNG -- Phillip Hoover. SHORTHAND -- Left: Jaquita Skinner, Jean Miller. M. ig, gy .S ' ' X' Q . , g . e f.,,- lffisi N. f X 5 i' A it Ta ms: -' a .r S e A- me El. 4 1 S , ,. ,, , m fix? .S is 'r S . . N -: A Sf.. 2 llrgsjl If h Q, S 55 , . 5 if Zi at ' ' ' ' w e Xie 43 v J A S, 1, if fee 'W 'ftf' Y ,Q 1 . 1 S 1' I ig- . ,er--A ' . i f A 3 l A I 5 Q 5-10 Q S ,N S F s . Ni: I 'Qt e k .ir if i 9+ ,- HJ' .. ss' - 4 5. i .lll v f--if F ' G :'HT' . 21' Y A -'25 il W - A, 4 ,A , l lm, ' if fl i' . -ff 'f lv , 'ggi ,S 'X ft J ' . 'iv i. I J S , ,v -, l 'Q' Y Q W .QQ A ' Q' . 4 .if ' ' ? .J . . ft "Y ' .,., ,. , ,y.i,, Do You Remember? l. Twenty-five sophomoresas they appeared in the Christmas Program Everybody is here, including Mrs. Miksch's little boy, Normie 2. Formal initiation for new members of the National Honor Society. 3. Get in line, boys. lt is September 2, the first day of school 4. The band leads the student body downtown for a pep rally LEFT: HomerWyler irightl, building custodian, and his assistant, Clyde Green, keep our building attractive and comfortable. 5-6.0scars to these stars from the speech classesl LEFT:Ricky Spencer and Jerry Gentry, right, Janie Pollard, Virginia Tettleton, Ricky Spencer, James Stockton, Rosemary Grooms, Jerry Gentry, and Rose Fenoglio. ill l t I 1, S R -.4 V The Indians' fffii ABOVE: In the gym, elaborately decorated in honor ofthe exes who return to Nocona for the annual Homecoming, the girls return the miniature Footballs they have been wearing. It seems that the north end ofthe line gets pinned faster than the south half Coach Willingham calls the roll of the lettermen, while Coach Viertel digs out another iacket. "B" team gridsters receive their "N " sweaters. A resounding yell brings the "Spirit of N.H.S. " out of his box. Gary Cardwell got a lot of exercise in this role. Dennis Richardson, band president, crowns Reba Walker band sweet- heart at the football banquet. At the speaker's table are seen Mrs. Wallace Myers fleftj and Coach Joe Golding of Wichita Falls. J.D. Stine Qleftl presents the Lions Club Sportsmanship Trophy to Larry Bagwill . s fl.. C ,A -fi , ' 4 1 -:f ,ggi .ff- f . , "'fn'Qsx i-7' "'? Hr, 'ffiiiff f" ,,,-waz, Us We Are ,, fm, 5 3 WE VISIT OUR FRIENDS DOWNTOWN MYERS EQUIPMENT CGIVIPANY INC OIL FIELD PIPE Bc EQUIPMENT P O BOX 458 NOCONA TEXAS OFFICE 8: YARD 80 W K MYERS 0 W HIGHWAY 82 TELEPHONE 842 -wed Aowwo sox soo 2:4-stu..u.sas NOCONMTEXAS SWABBING BAILING SAND PUMPING REVERSE CIRCULATION TUBE AND ROD MACHINES CALL US I4I OR LD 525 NIGHT NUMBERS 385 96 409 THF FARMFRS 84 IVIFRLHAIN TS N XTIOWAL BAN K N0c0NA TEYAQ MEMBER OF THE F., D. 1. 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