Norman High School - Trail Yearbook (Norman, OK)

 - Class of 1962

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N S., by Qawwi, k,,xQ3,,, .ally-'xl ,fx - ,fa V.Mi! i LBA? cl, vga'-fZ,,.1,4ffzf?,jZCf' DQ Mid .. .,.A h ZTMLV KU!! KL Jlfcgfpgid M.. ., A , - . Q -M A,,,QJ,L3 . A.2ovQCl4f3g,p5g LA,ai,gL4,,g, ,jB I L2,4ga.4,,, ,,,QE,.Ng,, Mg M, ,.wi,,Cc1' gsvwifl., wflwg ,ELQRM r fA f 9 0171.1 1144, -3Q na f ,qwb faw1 Q-M mw fllbzifxpxa Cl114J fQ 'JU"9"'?jyL 'bbw "C LL, Q. ff. A L, xffc .x 1-,ykcq IUVV dl LL-Q Lf-aflf W3 7 : X-'J 50.42-.2 I AJ f af, ..,, Nm. NANCY ANN CARTER The 1962 TRAIL Editor , fpjgixf M' li M , . WAJWW '91 My ,W if WWW Ccawudcl i-MJLLK I G,4Jv-vtLTQIQ114'f-uf-1111.1 olfwf 'fa flf'-61.5. aff--C T LWB' ,Cylfy Carllw-LN flew 0-uae, fugfilllf.:-'L iljffpf j-Vvawv:-QI W idk? .Wa pa, ya W A We c W-M W ' , W .wr famatafa ,Drag-we F, j -ja, G.lf'ViC?J--rv-ZA7 flww Jw, W el WW flfgwmfji W' J Qrigywwlihgi Theme 1962-just another year to some people, but a very special year to many in Norman High School. 1962 marked the largest three class enrollment in the history of NHS. Along with this school year came another State Championship cup for our foot- ball team, and more victorious records for all our other sports. A new tradition was begun by the elec- tion of the first All-Sports Queen and an All-School Queen. The talent in NHS was highlighted by the All-School Talent Show and the production of the All-School Musical, "Oklahoma!" Again the Junior T41 Class excelled as theV produced a magnihcent junior- Senior Prom. And now, at the end of the 1962 school year, as the Juniors and Sophomores gaze into their remain- ing years at NHS they see the scholarship, the ac- complishments, and the excitement which will be theirs. The Seniors take a last look at their highschool career, and begin making plans for an even greater future. Though each individual has much to look forward to, 1962 has truly been a "Year Without End." , MRS. I-IAZEL WILLIAMS 0 Dedication As students retrace their high school years, there is one teacher who is particularly remem- bered. Through her inspiration, a greater de- sire for knowledge is kindled, and learning becomes an adventure. She sponsors an organi- zation in Norman High which has a limited membership, but because of her influence, each year the membership increases. Besides devoting her time to Norman High as a teacher, she gives, also, as a person. At all school-sponsored ac- tivities, she is seen unselfishly spending her time as a chaperone. If ever she Ends a student having difficulty in her courses, she's ready to aid, not as a teacher, but as someone "just trying to help." From students she receives the respect a teacher merits, the esteem of an admired person, and the affection and warmth of a true friend. Now, we, the yearbook staff, dedicate the 1962 rlik.-XIL to the teacher who is fondly known as "the ruler of the west corridor,', Mrs. Hazel VVilliams. iikwii?ii?iifvi?wi7i?iEvil7fki?vikwikil7wik Cr?4'L'I'1,uZ-7 K git 202 '?fLCf,ZQ1X, ,ZZ 4e4,4l1 CAM! ,ggmyf WL, ,vgfl 7XM,UZLy ,I 1 ' 4 4 f' I Al fzQL'L,-'L' 6 ZLL' CJ4Qq49'f".11f'f" 4109" K1-+4'c:'r-,LQ 5f,,,4,,b,1Z5. ' jl vjn .4"CfL'7 i.f.f-f11464,!vof an-J Jmfpjmfgpffd " , Mfg ! rn! V ' X ' ad' M7 5411-4 .V fame-L,y,fzf gf' MJL 'U ,,.,.4,.. ' I ,' , A f ' f - UIQ Aww 2,11 ow? yarn, Li'Q4'7ff,f4,ZL? 4, Z2 QZIWL! 17,41 4,3 ML MLA, H1-fl'-fvN.C.-f 754 jgpfaa Q'7iQ, il! fl ,1 Cligyuzr ll V Y V 'YW Bwwlkrf- SM 1: wffwa ,ff ikil7wiX7wi1fi?il7ikwivi?ikvi?Sf?vi?wil7 1 2a J. DON GARRISON B. ROY DANIEL Superintendent of Schools Principal. Administration Guides The school hoard was composed of Cleft to rightb, Mr. ml. D011 Garrison, Mrs. S. B. Spradliug, Mr. j. C. Mayfield, Mr. A. I,. Mason, Mr. O. T. McCall, Dr, john N. Miles, and Mr. Herbert Kuhlmim. Mr. Guy Brown was elected to succeed Klr. Hay- field who retired in April at the end of his term. U31 The Board of Education, composed of six business and professional men, meets the first Monday of every month, and in cooperation with Superintendent bl. Don Garrison, plan for better schools and educational opportunities for the school children of Norman. 'lihev are our directors as we grow into the future citizens of Norman. To them we owe a great debt of gratitude for preparing the way for the leaders and followers of tomorrow. School System A IR. ANSEL YOUNG V ice-Principal Students always find Xlr. Daniel friendly and ready to help with their problems. Left I0 right: Nlrs. Agnes Xlcllade, Xttendance Secretary Nlis arv llartsock, Registrarg and Klrs. jean Orth, Secretarx tic office staff. Mrs. Bailey looks very depressed as she goes over her gradebook. Faculty To thc faculty of Norman High School, We owe a great debt for preparing the way for the leaders and followers of tomorrow. They are our leaders as we, the students, build our fu- ture. To them we owe our respect and grati- rude. The teachers give a large part of their own time- and effort sponsoring the extra curricular activities, student council classes, and the pep club. They also help students prepare for schol- astic and Hne arts contests. Through these ac- tivities the students learn cooperation, depend- ability, leadership, and service-all important in the molding and training of desirable citizens for the communities of the future. Top Faculty Guides . . . Mr. Daniel briefs the faculty on upcoming events. "Now where the devil did I pill' that paddle?" moans Mr. lVilliams. ll0l L'Now come on vou all-stand up! Pleaselw pleads Mrs. "You said you made a 40? lque lristinm!" Mr. Sunipter Bailey during the tencher's pep assembly. sympathizes with one of his more unfortunate students. Mr. Hurshel Mrs. Bernice Mrs. Virginia Bell Mr. livcrrett Mrs. Lois Brandt Mr. Chet Bryan Antwine Armstrong Larzgrmges Bobbit Biology Coach Disfribrzrive Edu. Nurse Science Mrs. Nellie Childs Mr. Bert Corr Klr. Gene Corrotto Mrs. Elizabeth Mr. Dale Ernst Mr. Lance Ewbank English History Coach Davis Shop History Business , IZIIA .,,. I .,., , .,,, b ..,V:, Q .-: ri'-13 rv, -"' . - Kr ,.,. it 1 Y :--:- .,., ii. .,. Y . ' . TQ iii 7 is fa wr p sss s 'rlr ..s. , Q s 'sg If U11 Qlnbvlt Q' 6 , 1 an ,,.. sf S 5? Mrs. Alice Hrs. Sarah Mrs. Mary Mr. Bill Mrs. Mary Mrs. Sue Fleming lfuller Gatehel Griffin Hartsoclc Kendall Art English Counselor Drivers Registrar Physical Education Education Faculty Gives Time Teaching Students t'XVhy look how fine my 'precious little darlings' are doing," Mrs. Davis seems to he thinking. Mrs. Gatchel takes time out to help a student. M rs her . Cl cla SS. tilds tries to get a point about julius Caesar acr KISS l'Xlrs. Nlosley certainly docs look eager to help." "C:1ugl1rl" Xlr. Young adjusts the new 1962 calendar Mr. Bill King History Xlr. Ford Michael S cicncc ..,,, .. Q, ,... . N' Qa'm1m X -ff, :: .,.. . , ,5:v....:,E xv N ' ---'- WWW? ' Mr. XYmy Mrs. Agnes Littlcjohn Xleliadc Ilrifcrr Edu. Secretary Mr. J. .-X. Hr. Hershell Middleton Nlorris Band Scievzve Miss Ruth NleSpadden Lfl7I4Q7lfIxQ6! Xlrs. Cleo Mosley LiIm11'ii111 X111 Herb Mackey Mrs. Kay Maddox Vomrioiml ilL1rlwv11i1rir,v Agrivzzlrnrc Hrs. jean Orth Miss Florence SCCTL'fLTTj' Pcvellousc We 3 Q1 s . , . if .- ,,... , ---- HL' iff" 5 .-... ' f ,.,.- 1. t X Z ZHZ , .,.,.. .. uluu E is zzq. is v K' 54 Cozmselor lil Teachers Make Teachers of N.H.S. give their fellow cheerleaders good . . . U.-Xnd a Cha-Cha-Chill" Mrs. Ritzman demonstrate support. one of her many skills. Mr. Starlin Miss Nancy Mrs. Mabel Mrs. Alice Mrs. Inez Miss Nadine Powell Reavis Ritzman Robinson Rolettc Runyan Meclaavziciil Psychology Speech English Home Emizoiilics History Drawing Miss Lucille Mr. Homer Miss jean Mr. Bob Mrs. Mike Xlr. Richard Searcy Simmons Sugden Sumter Smith Taylor English History Marhevimfics Languages Goverizmeizt Business , My -ff-Q., as 1 5 V ., if' U4l 1 . 1,, .5 S 2.1. :::2:::M::.:..E,g,-.- , ...,-me - V, ...... I .vvzs-.gg ..,. . ...... I , Q. ,.,,. - ....,- - :ge Z-ff esfg 5 X W 2 ii 'MTG Si' 9 sv 5 1 f 0 if gf? .... 'r', ' Q e'.1 1 y Q 1 Q is 2 ,L if ,. :E- ,. N, X 'A Q iii S xi 6 X Se . ,.,.,.:.. , :Q- Q ::2:g' , r w.-' 4 5 ,sf 2 sf fs Q ' gs 3. Q 5 it V Hit In Pep Assembly Mr. Ray 'fuckcr Matbevllafirx H011 my gosh, it's a Mow-Mow!" Mr. XValtcr XVarrcn Hcrc is the linc-up Cincluding our Tiger mascot. Hrs. ,llatbevllaticx Rolcttcl. lflow could we 1050? Mrs. Lucille XVhire M mic Mrs. Hazel Mrs. Winifrcdc Mr. Ansel Young M N d- f- , XVilliams XVilliams Vice-Principal rs' Ejzggsj H mst Mathematics Busivzesx ' U51 The President of the 1962 Senior Class is Robert Clark. The other Senior Class otiicers are Elaine Swank, Seeretary-Treasurer, and Dwain Ballew, Vice President. U61 Our Senior year has been a wonderful year of accomplishment and fulfillment. Our class was led by Robert Clark, president, Dwain Ballew, xiee-president, and Elaine Swank, secretary- treasurer. These ofhcers have fulfilled the class's need of guidance. The success of our class has been due to the effort of every mem- ber working with these leaders. Everyone has contributed to the betterment of our class in his or her own way by assisting in its varied func- tions. Our play, "Witness for the Prosecution," our special Senior assembly, and the oiices and honors we have held throughout the year, have made our class Hspecialv and have enriched the whole school. Our wonderful year was climaxed by the beautiful Junior-Senior Prom, the im- pressive Baccalaureate Service and the thrilling, but sad, Graduation Exercises. Our school year will never be forgotten, nor will our classmates and teachers. During our high school years, we have learned, we have made friends, but most of all, we have made memories to carry with us into our futures. Much time and work was spent on the Seniors by their sponsors, Mrs. Maddox, Miss Searcy, Mrs. Bailey, Mr. Michael, Mr, Bobbitt, and Miss Sugden. "Oh, Hello Mr. Daniel!" Mary Jean McNcelcy and Kay Tankcrsley are in trouble again. One Long Look at Lasting Memories STEVE ALLISON ANGELA AMERO: 1st Place Fdniond Art Festival, '61, FIA '62, La Parisienne '61, Paint Daubcrs '61, '62, Gingersnaps '61, '62, Tiger Tales Staff '62. TERRI ANDERSON: FHA '59, La Parisienne '61, '62, Latin Club '59, '60, Student Council '62, Gingersnaps '59, '60, '61, '62, Band '59, '60, '61, '62, Chorus '59, National Honor Society '60, '61, '62, State Honor Society '60, '61, '62, junior Play '61, BPH' Award '62, Other schools, All School Musical '59, Speech Play '59, TILRRY BAGBY BILL BALL: Student Council Alt. '61 '62- S anish Club '61 '62- , , p , -, Science Club '61, FJA '62, Tiger Tales Staff '62, Other Schools, Football '59, FFA '59, State Honor Society '59, Student Council '59. 'DXVAIN BALLFXV: Baseball '59, '60, Basketball '59, '60, Football '59, '60, '61. '62, Tri-captain '62, Track '61, Boys State '61, Garrison Award '61, junior Rotarian '62, VVho's XVho '61, National Honor Society '62, State Honor Society '61, N Club '62, Vice-President '62, Senior Class Vice-President '62. VIVIAN BARNES BOB BICATY: Basketball '59, '60, '61, '62, Football '59, '60, '61, '62, All-Conference, '62, Track '59, '61, Spanish Club '60, '61, '62, N Club '62. PAUL BETTIS Kay Lynn Edwards, Mike Ritz, and Sue Ann XVhite plot their latest crime. 17 81 Seniors Plan for LINDA BIFFLE: Ducklings '59, FHA '59, FNA '59, Treasurer '60, GRA '59, Paint Daubers '60, '61, '62, Secretary-Treasurer '61, Presi- dent '62, Spanish Club '61, '62, Gingersnaps '59, '60, '61, Art Awards: At Edmond, First jewelry '59, First Temperance Poster '59, at Okla- homa University, Young Artists Exhibit '62, junior Play '61, Foot- ball Queen Attendant '61. JUDITH BINFORD: Latin Club '59, '60, Library Club '60, '61, Presi- dent '62, Student Council Alt. '60, Spanish Club '61, '62, Gingersnaps '59, '60, '61, '62, BPVV Award '62, National Honor Society '62, State Honor Society '60, junior Play '61. EARL BISHOP: Mixed Chorus '59, '60, '61, '62, Boys' Glee Club '59, '60, All School Musical '62. KAREN LEA BLACK: National Honor Society '62, Junior Play '60, All School Musical '61, Senior Play '62, Speech Play '61, Speech '61, '62, Debate Team '62, Tennis '60, '61, '62, Ducklings '61, FTA '61, '62, Reporter '61, Student Council '61, Spanish Club '61, '62, Treasurer '62, Gingersnaps '60, '61, '62, Cheerleader '62, Band '59, '60, '61, Spanish Queen '61, All School Queen Attendant '62, IVho's VVho '61, State Honor Society '60, '62, Other Schools, Student Coun- cil '59, Feature Twirlers '59. SUSIE BLACK: Spanish Club '61, Gingersnaps '59, '60, '61, '62, Girls' Glee Club '59, '60, '61, '62, Mixed Chorus '61, '62, Triple Trio '59, '61, All School Musical '62, BARBARA BOESKIN: Dist. Ed. '61, '62, Gingersnaps '60, '61, '62, Other Schools: Cheerleader '59, Basketball Queen '59, Girls' Basket- ball '59, Chorus '59, 4-H Club '59. EZRA BOGGS: Baseball '62, 4-H Club '59, '60, '61, '62, Pres. '61, '62, STEVE BONNER: Swimming '59, '60, '61, '62, FJA '60, Math Club '59, Photography Club '60, '61, Student Council '59, '60, '61, '62, Stage Crew '62, junior Rotarian '62, National Honor Society '60, State Honor Society '59, '60, '61, '62, Junior Play '61, All School Musical '62, Senior Play '62, Speech Play '62, Speech '61, '62, Tiger Tales Staff '60, Trail Staff '61, N Club '62. CAROLYN BOYVEN: FNA '59, '62, Library Club '61, Science Club '62, Gingersnaps '59, '60, '61, '62, Stage Crew '62, Chorus '59, '60, All School Musical '62, Senior Play '62, Speech Play '62, Speech '61, '62. BARBARA BONVMAN: FJA '60, FNA '60, La Parisienne '61, 62, Science Club '61, Spanish Club '61, Gingersnaps '59, '60, '61, Parlia- mentarian '62, Stage Crew '61, BPWV Award '62, Girls State '61' National Honor Society '61, '62, State Honor Society '59, '60, '61 '62, Tiger Tales Staff '60, Student Council Alt. '59, '62. DAVID BOYD: Swimming '60, '61, Latin Club '59, Math Club '59, Photography Club '61, Science Club '61, Student Council Alt. '61, Member '62, Band '59, '60, Boys' Glee Club '61, Lions Club Stu- dent of the Month '62, National Honor Society '61, State Honor Society '60, '61, junior Play '61, All School Musical '62, Speech Play '62, Speech '61, '62, Debate Team '62. LINDA BRANDT: Spanish Club '61, '62, Chorus '59, '60, '61, DINAH BRENDLE: FNA '59, La Parisienne '60, Library Club '59, Gingersnaps '59, '60, '61, '62, Girls' Glee Club '59, '62, Mixed Chorus '61. JIM BROSS 1 s DIANE BRUBAKER: Gingersnaps, '61, '62, Snapper Upper '62, BILLIE -IO BRYANT: FNA '59, '60, '61, '62, Gingersnaps '59, '60, '61, '62, Girls' Glee Club '59, '60, '61, '62. CI-IERIE BURNS JERRY BRYAM Academic Future GEORGE R. CAPEHART: Football '61, '62, All Conference '62, Track '62, VVrestling '61, FFA '61, '62, N Club '60, '61, '62. JUDY CARPENTER: Basketball Queen Attendant '60, All Sports Queen Attendant '62, State Honor Society '59, junior Play '61, GRA '59, Student Council '59, '60, Chorus '59, '60, '61, Girls' Trio '59, Gingersnaps '59, '60, '61, '62, Cheerleader '62, Who's VVho '60. NANCY ANN CARTER: FJA '60, '62, GRA '59, La Parisienne '61, Student Council '59, '60, '61, Gingersnaps '59, '60, '61, Band '59, '60, BPW Award '62, Girls State '61, Central District FFA Sweetheart '61, FFA Queen '61, All- School Queen Honor Attendant '62, VVho's Who '59, Lions Club Student of the Month '62, National Honor Society '59, '60, '61, '62, Treasurer '62, State Honor Society '59, '60, '61, '62, junior Play '61, Choreographer of All School Musical '61, Trail Staff Editorial Editor '61, Editor '62, Junior Miss Norman '62, Football Queen Attendant '61, ROBERT CLARK: Track '60, '61, '62, Regional Champion 880, Boomer Conference Champion 880, Student Council Alt. '60, Mem- ber '61, N Club '62, Boys' Glee Club '61, '62, XVho's VVho '61, Junior Play '61, All School Musical '61, '62, Speech Play '61, Speech '61, Senior Class President '62, Delegate to Governor's Youth Con- ference '62, Other Schools: President Sophomore Class, Track '59, Football '59, '60, JAN COFFEY: Ducklings '59, FTA '62, GRA '59, Library Club '60, '61, Gingersnaps '60, '61, '62, Speech '62, Band '59, '60, All State Orchestra '59, '60, '61, '62, All State Band '59, Band Librarian '61, Band Council '61, '62. HERMAN COLESON: Football '59, Dist. Ed. '62, Paint Daubers '61, Science Club '59, Student Council '59. MARCENE COLLINS: Library Club '61, Chorus '59, '61, TOMMY COMBS: Baseball '61, '62, Football '59, Tennis '60, Speech '62. DOROTHY CORNELISON GWEN COSSEY: Dist. Ed. '62, DECA Auditing Committee '62, Chorus '59, '60, '61, '62, Girls' Glee Club '59, '60, '61, '62, Choralaires '61, '62, Girls' Trio '59, Girls' Sextet '60, Girls' Quartet '62. CHARLOTTE COUNCIL: GRA '59, La Parisienne '61, '62, Latin Club '59, Student Council '59, '60, '61, '62, Gingersnaps '59, '60, '61, '62, Stage Crew '61, '62, Band '59, '60, Speech Play '62, Speech '61, '62. CHRISTINA COUNCIL: Ducklings '59, '60, GRA '59, Latin Club '59, Student Council '59, '60, '62, Spanish Club President '61, '62, Gingersnaps '59, '60, '61, '62, Class Checker '62, Stage Crew '61, Band '59, junior Play '61, Senior Play '62, Speech '61, '62, Debate Team '62, Basketball Queen Attendant '61, Spanish Queen Attend- ant '61. GINGER CROYV DOUG DANNER: Football '59, '60, '61, '62, Tri-captain '62, All Conference '62, Garrison Award '61, Junior Rotarian '62, National Honor Society '59, '61, '62, State Honor Society '59, '60, '61, '62. RICHARD DAVIS: Stage Crew '61, Speech '6l. PHIL H. DEBERRY: Paint Daubers '59, '60, '61, '62, Photography Club '61, Science Club '59, Arts Awards, S200 Scholarship '60, Junior Play '60, Speech '62, Trail Staff '61. JOHN DEIGNAN DOUG DONALDSON: Baseball '62, Football '62. 9 patio. U01 5 5 'if at NHS? A group of "stud" seniors relax on the Seniors listen attentively at a Student Council meeting. LINDA DONNFLL: First in Graphics at Young Talent in Okla- homa '62, Paint Daubers '62, Gingersnaps '62, National Honor So- ciety '62, Other Schools: Basketball '59, GRA '59, '60, '61, Art Club '59, Student Council '59, Chorus '59, '60, Snow Queen '59, National Honor Society '59, All School Musical '59, '60, Annual Stal? '61, Stage Crew '59. TOMMY DOXVNEY JOE DRILLING PATSY DRISKFLL: Science Club '59, Library Club '59, Spanish Club '61, National Honor Society '59, State Honor Society '59, '60. SALLY DYFR: Gingersnaps '59, '60, '61, Girls' Glee Club '59, '60, '61. KAY LYNN IQDXVARDS: FjA '60, GRA '59, La Parisienne '61, Student Council '59, '60, '61, '62, Treasurer '62, Gingersnaps '59, '60, '61, '62, Junior Play '61, Trail Staff '60, '61, '62, Paint Daubers '59, '60, '62. DAVID FLLIS DAN ICNOS: Speech '60, '61, Other Schools: Basketball '59, '60, manager, reporter, Stage Crew '59, '60, Chorus '59, '60, American Legion Award '59, Class President '59, School Paper '59, Iiditor '60, Merit Scholarship for Service '59, Y.C.S. Club '59, '60. JERRY LRNEST1 itmflmll tm, '62, XVrestling '61, '62, 150,14 niet Club 160, '61, '62. I CATHARINF LIVING: Second Place in State French I Contest '61, First Place in United Nations Contest '62, La Parisienne '61, '62, Science Club '62, Merit Scholarship Finalist '62, National Honor Society '60, '61, '62, State Honor Society '60, '61, '62, Other Schools: IVolVerettes '60, Latin Club '60, Alath Club '60, School Paper Rc- porter '59, GEORGE FARLEY DARLIINIL FARRAR: FNA '59, '62, Reporter '60, Treasurer '61, Student Council Alt. '61, Gingersnaps '60, '61, '62, Spanish Club '61. 1 1 l Seniors, 1962 BETH ANN FINDLEY: Dist. Ed. '62, DECA '62, Gingersnaps '60, '61. -IEAN FINNEY: Latin Club '60, '61, Student Council Alt. '62, Gingersnaps '61, '62, Alt. Tiger Mascot '62, Stage Crew '61, Other Schools: Latin Club Secretary '59. ROBERT FLEENER: Swimming '59, '60, '61, '62, Co-Captain '62, FIA '60, Math Club SecretaryTreasurer '59, President '60, Photog- raphy Club '6O, Vice President '61, Student Council '61, Vice Presi- dent '62, N Club '61, Treasurer '62, Band '59, '60, Superior at District Solo Contest, Excellent at State '59, National Honor Society '59, '62, Sergeant at Arms '59, State Honor Society '59, Honor Roll '59, '60, '61, '62, junior Play '61, Trail Staff '60, '61, Sports Editor '62, IVho's VVho '62. ELIZABETH FOREE: Spanish Club '61, Gingersnaps '59, '60, '61, '62, Girls' Chorus '59, '60, '61, '62, Choralaires '61, junior Play '61, All School Musical '62, Speech Play '62, Speech '61, '62. TOMMY 'CHARLES FOUNTAIN NANCY FOVVLER: La Parisienne '62, Library Club '62, Merit Scholarship Commended Group '62, State Honor Society '59, '60, General Motors National Scholarship Semilinalist '62, National Honor Society '62, Senior Play '62. MARGARET ANN FRITCH: FHA '60, '61, Gingersnaps '59, '60, '61. CHERYL GAITH ER PHYLLIS GARDNER: FHA '59, FIA '62, President, La Parisicnne '60, '61, '62, Gingersnaps '59, '60, '61, '62, Stage Crew '61, National Honor Society '59, '62, State Honor Society '59, '62, Tiger Tales Staff '61, reporter, '62 Page Editor, Assistant Issue Editor, and Co- Editor, FTA '60. BRENT GIEZENTANNER: Swimming '59, Track '61, VVrestling '60, '61, '62, Math Club '59, Student Council Alt. '60, Member '61, '62, Spanish Club '61, Band '59, '60, VVho's XVho '61, National Honor Society '59, '61, '62, State Honor Society '59, '60, '61, '62, junior Play '61, Tiger Tales Staff '62 Sports Editor and Reporter. jllfl GILES: All School Musical '62, Mixed Chorus '59, '60, '61, '62, Boys' Glee Club '59, '60, '61, '62, Boys' Double Quartet '62, All State Chorus '62, Boys' Quartet '62. CATHERINE GILL: Gingersnaps '59, '61, '62, Band '59, '60, Chorus '61, '62, Speech '60, '61. EVELYN GILL: FIA '62, GRA '59, Math Club '60, Science Club '59, Gingersnaps '59, '60, '61, '62, Girls' Chorus '59, Junior Play '61, Tiger Tales Staff '61, Co-Editor '62. MIKE GLASSCOCK MARCIE ANN GOLDSBY: GRA '59, Gingersnaps '59, '60, '61, Class Checker '59, Tiger Mascot '60, Soph. Trio '60, Girls' Chorus '59, '60, '61, Mixed Chorus '60, '61, Trail Staff '61, CONNIE GREEN: FNA '59, '61, Gingersnaps '59, '60, '61, Chorus '60, '61, j. FRANK GREEN JUDY GREENXVOOD i I2 1 221 Seniors, 1962 DON GRISSOM: NVrestling '59, Dist. Ed. '62, FFA '62, Band '59, '60, '61, Junior Play '61, Senior Play '62. GARY GRIZZLE SUZY GRUBER: Ducklings '61, Library Club '61, '62, Student Council Alt. '61, Gingersnaps '59, '60, '61, Snapper-upper '62, Girls' Glee Club '59, '60, '61, '62, Girls' Sextet '59, Mixed Chorus '61, '62, Chorus Secretary-Treasurer '62, Junior Play '61, All School Musical '61, '62, Senior Play '62, Speech Play '62, Speech '61, '62. LA DONNA HADEN: La Parisienne '60, '61, Li- brary Club '60, Gingersnaps '59, '60, '61, '62, Chorus '59, '60, TERRY HAMES BARBARA HAMILTON PATRICK HAMILTON: Other Schools: Foot- ball '59, '60, Student Council '59, State Honor Society '59, Speech '59, Newspaper Staff '59, DONNA HANCOCK KATHRYN HANSMEYER: FHA '59, '60, '61, '62, Vice President '61, President '62, FTA '60, Gingcrsnaps '59. SANDRA HARDESTY: FHA '61, '62, Ginger- snaps '61, '62. CHERYL HARKEY: GRA '59, La Parisienne '61, Latin Club '59, '60, Student Council Alt. '61, '62, Gingersnaps 159, '60, '61, '62, National Honor So- ciety '62, Junior Play '61, All School Musical '62. SHIRLEY HARMON: Gingersnaps '59, '60, '61, Chorus '59, '60, '61, DERREL HARRIS: Dist. Ed. '62 Vice President, FFA '59, Outstanding Freshman Scholarship, Span- ish Club '61, State Honor Society '59, '60. GLENDA HATFIELD: Dist. Ed. '62, FHA '59, '60, '61, '62, Gingersnaps '59, Girls' Chorus '60, '61, D.E. Queen Honor Attendant '62. KEARY HAYES: Math Club '60, '61, Science Club '61, '62. BERNARD HAYNES STEVE HELLAMS JAMES HENDERSON: XVrestling '59, Dist. Ed. '62, FFA '61, Science Club '60, Boys' Glee Club '60, Speech '61, '62. HENRY HENSEL: Dist. Ed. '61, '62, Photog- raphy Club '59, '60, '61, Junior Play '61, Foot- ball '59. JOAN HENSLEY: FHA '59, '60, '62, Third Place Art Award at Edmond '62, Other School: Chorus '60, CONNIE HICKMAN: Spanish Club '61, Ginger- snaps '59, '60, '61, '62, Girls' Glee Club '59, '60, '61, '62, Mixed Chorus '61, '62, All-Sports Queen At- tendant '62. JAMES HIGBEE: VVrestling '60, '61, Band '59, '60. STANLEY HOGGATT MIKE HOLLEYMAN DFNNY HOPKINS: Baseball '59, '60, '61, '62, All- Confcrence '61, Basketball '60, '61, Football '59, N Club '62. DAVID HOROSZ ANNA MAUDIC I-IOUCK: La Parisicnne 62, FHA '60, Latin Club '59, '60, Library Club '61, '62 Sccy.-Trcas., Math Club '59, Gingersnaps '59- .,, v W-. ICLOISIC HOUGII BRIAN HOVVARD CHARLIIC HOVVFLI.: Band '59-'61, Natl. Honor Soc. '59-'60, State Honor Soc. '60, RALPH IIOVVIQNSTINFI: Science Club '61, '62, Spanish Club '61, Merit Scholarship Finalist '62, Natl. Honor Soc. '59-'62, State Ilonor Soc. '59, '60, '62. CARROLL RAY HUDSON DAVID IVICRSON: Baseball '59, '60, '61, '62, Basketball '60, '61, '62, N Club '62. DEANNA JACKSON: Natl. Honor Soc. '60-'62, State Honor Soc. '59-62, Speech '6l. FMMA JACOBS: FJA '60, '62, GRA '59, Latin Club '59, '60, Math Club '59, '60, Rptr. '59, Paint Daubcrs '60, Student Council Alt. '59-'62, Spanish Club '62, Gingersnaps '59-'61, Treas. '62, Natl. Honor Soc. '59, '61, '62, State Honor Soc. '59-'62, Jr. Play '61, All School Musical '62, Trail Staff '60-'62. DICK JAMES: Swimming '59, Math Club '59, '60, Science Club '59, Student Council '60, '62, Junior Class V.P. '61, Band '59-'62, Asst. Drum Major '60, '61, Drum Major '62, Outstanding Drum Major at District Contest '62, All-State Orchestra '62, Boys State '61, IVho's XYho '61, Natl. Honor Soc. '59, '61, Pres. '62, Jr. Play '61, Sr. Play '62. DXVIGHT JOHNSON: Basketball '60, Track '62, Football '59-'62, All-State Tulsa VI'orld, All- Conference Honorable Mention, All-American '62, Spanish Club '61, '62, N Club '62. JFRRY JOHNSON CURTIS JOHNSON: FFA '59-'62, Outstanding FFA Freshman '59, Treas. '60, Y.P. '6l. COY KERSFY: Baseball '59-'62, Basketball '59-'61, Track '62, Football '59-'62, All-Conference '62, N Club '62, Spanish Club, '61, '62. MARIIC KING: FHA '61, V.P. '62, Betty Crocker Award '62, DAR Award '62, Girls State Alt. '61, Natl. Honor Soc. '62, State Honor Soc. '61, '62. RANDY KING: Football '59-'62, All-State Hon- orable Mention '62, Track '59, '62, Wrestling '62, Chorus '59, CHARLICS KIRTLEY: FJA '61, '62, Sr. Play '62, Speech Play '60, '61, Tiger Tales Staff '60-'62. ICLAINE KRUIS: FTA Hist. '62, Student Council Alt. '62, Gingersnaps '59-'62, Jr. Play '61, All School Musical '61, Sr. Play '62, Speech Play '62, Debate Team '62. TIM KUHLO KATHY LACK: Student Council '59, Ginger- snaps '59-'62, Chorus '59, FFA Queen '62, FFA Attendant '60, '61. MARILYN LACK: FHA '62, Spanish Club '61, Gingersnaps '59-'62, Band '59-'61, Speech '62. CARIQY LAMBFTH: Baseball '61, Football '59, '62, Tracli '62, FFA '60, '61, '62. KATHY LAMIRAND: FIIA '59, FJA '62, FTA '59, '60, '61, Spanish Club '61, Gingersnaps '61, '62, Band '59, '60, Jr. Play '61, Tiger Tales Staff '61, '62. BOB LANDSAXV: Football '59, '60, Math Club '60, Paint Daubcrs, '59, '60, '62, Photography Club '59, '60, Student Council '62, Trail Staff '60, Sr. Play '62. GAIL LAVVSON: Gingersnaps '59, '60, '61, '62, Chorus '59, '60. LORETTA LITTLE: Gingersnaps '59, Chorus '59, '60, '61, '62, Girls Glee Club '59, '60, '61, '62. Ke. rm 241 Top Honors for Top Scholars I,EROY LOXVRANCE DAVID LYBRAND: Dist. Ed. '62. VIRGINIA MCCASLIN: FHA '62, Song Leader, Girl's Glee Club '59, '60, '61, '62, Mixed Chorus '61, '62, All School Musical '62, Senior Play '62, Speech Play '62, Speech '61, '62. GLENDA MCCLURE: Tennis '61, Dist. Ed. '61, GRA '59, Science Club '59, Gingetsnaps '59, '60, '61. JANEL MCCOMBS: FHA '59, '60, '61, FTA '62, Gingersnaps '62, Band '59, '60, '62, Chorus '61, National Honor Society '62, State Honor Society '59, '60, '61, '62, Other School: FFA Queen '61. DEANNA MCCONNELL: FHA '60, Gingersnaps '62, Chorus '59, Speech '59. JIMMIE MCCRACKEN: YVrestling '62, Dist. Ed. '61, Assistant See- retary '62, FFA '60, '61, Medal for First Year. JOHN MCCRAY: Baseball '59, '60, '61, All-Conference '62, Foot- ball '60, '61, '62, Tri-Captain '62, All-Conference, All-State, Honor- able Mention All-Ameriean, N Club '62, VVho's YVho '62. TOMMY MCCREARY: Band '59, '60, State Honor Society '61. LARRY MCDADE: Track Manager '62, FTA '61, '62, Photography Club '59, '60, '61, President '60, Spanish Club '60, '61, President '62, State Honor Society '62, junior Play '61, Senior Play '62, Trail Staff '59, '6o. JANET MCDONALD ROSEMARY MCGEE: FTA '59, Historian '61, President '62, GRA Vice President '59, Spanish Club '59, Gingersnaps '59, '60, '61, '62, Stage Crew '59, '60, '61, Band '59, '60, '61, '62, Band Council '60. VVARREN MCKENZIE: Dist. Ed. '61, Speech '59. MARY JEAN MCNEELEY: Student Council Alt. '60, '61, Spanish Club '60, '61, Gingersnaps '59, '60, '61, Vice President '62, Girls' Chorus '59, '60, '61, '62, Spanish Queen Attendant '61. COIETA IO MADDEN: FHA '62, GRA '59, Projeetionist Club '59, '61, Junior Play '61. JAMES MADDEN ARDELLA MARSH DENNIS RAY IWAXVVELLZ VVrest1ing '59, '62, Fourth at Geary Tournament, Third in Regional Tournament '62, N Club '62, Band '59, '60, '61, '62, Boys' Glee Club '61. "l'I11 going to lock you up so l'll have a chance at the new boy," says judy Carpenter to a group of female rivals. Pla-XINIC MICISIQR: Dist. lid. '62, Uther Schools: Pep Club '59, '60, Stage Crew '59, Chorus '59, Senior Play '59, Basketball '59, Y.C.S. Club '59, '60, P.-XUI . MEYER B.-KMA NIILIQS: GRA '59, Student Council '59, '60, '61, Secretary '62, Student Information '60, Band '59, '60, BPH' Award '62, Junior Play '61, Spanish Club '61. GLICNN MILLIQR: Tennis '61, lVrestling '61, '62, Other School: Basketball '59, ANN' NIINXICK: FT.-X '61, '62, Spanish Club '61, Gingcrsnaps '61, '62, Bancl'59,'60,'61,'62. ERXIA KIOODY: Student Council Alt. '59, Gingersnaps '59, '61, '62, Spanish Club '61, Band '59, '60, '61. JOE MOODY: Basketball Manager '61, '62, Track '62, lVrcstling '59, Math Club '60, Spanish Club '61, '62, N Club '62, Boys' Glec Club '60, .-XNNIIQ lu-XURllf KIOUNIQY: Student Council Alt. '59, '61, Meni- bcr '60, '62, Gingersnaps '59, '60, '61, '62, Band '59, '60, '61, Secretary Band Council '62, junior Play '61, Senior Play '62. .-XRNI.-XND,-X MOORIC Xl.-XRILYN MOORE: Spanish Club '61, Gingersnaps '60, '61, Band '59, '60, '61, Junior Play '61. ' LINDA NIORl",Uz GR.-X '59, Library Club '61, '62, Gingersnaps '59, '60, '61, '62, Cheerleader '62, Attendant to Football Queen '61, Chorus '59, '60, '61, '62, Mixed Chorus '60, '61, All School Queen '62, XYho's Who '59, BPH' Award '62. BOBBY NIORING: Wrestling '60, '61, Captain '62, N Club '62, Spanish Club '62, :X group of Seniors diligently study lfnglish while Linda Xloreu enjoys a private joke. l35l jON.HURDOCK AlARC NIURPHY: Football '59, '60, '61, '62, Track '62, Spanish Club '61, '62. CHERYL NAIFLH: FTA '61, '62, GRA '59, Latin Club '59, Sci- ence Club '59, Cingersnaps '59, '60, '61, Reporter '62, Stage Crew '61, Girls' Glee Club, '59, '60, '61, '62, Mixed Chorus '61, '62. .IICRRY NOLAN: Baseball '60, Football '59, State Honor Society '59. MARY ANNE O'CONNELL: Dist. Lid. '62, Student Council '62, Gingersnaps '59, '60, '61, '62, Girls' Chorus '59, '60, '61, '62, Mixed Chorus '60, '61, '62, All State Chorus '62, All School Musical '62, Senior Play '62, D.E. Queen '62. JUDY ORTH: FJA '60, GRA '59, Student Council '59, '60, '61, Gingersnaps '59, '60, '61, President '62, Chorus '59, Girls' State '61, All-Sports Queen Honor Attendant '62, XVho's XVho '60, Lions Club Student of the Month '62, National Honor Society '59, '60, '61, Sec- retary '62, State Honor Society '59, '60, '61, '62, junior Play '61, Tiger Tales Staff '60, Trail Staff '61, '62, lillcs Leadership Award '62. PHIL OVIATT CHARLES PAPPAN: Latin Club '59, Band '59, '60, '61, President '62, Band Council '61, '62, All-State Orchestra '60, '61, '62, All-State Band '60, '61, American Legion Award '59, National Honor Society '61, State Honor Society '60, '61, Junior Play '61. N IA RY ANN PARKER Seniors Support School Spirit "Tipsy Tank" Clark, "Sexy Sue" XYender, "Cautious Carpenter' Landsaw, "Lanky Linda" lfleener, "Huey Harriet" Ballexr, and "Butter Ball Black" Thompson were hilarious eheerleadersl The Senior boys provided a peppy cheering see- tion at the pep assemblies. 1261 Seniors, 1962 PEGGY PARKER: Student Council Alt. '59, Chorus '59, '60, '61, ALAN PARRISI-I: Track '61, '62,' Latin Club '60, '61, Science Club '62. JIM PATTERSON: Basketball '59, '60, '61, '62, Football '59, Track '59, N Club '62. XVYATT PENCE JOHN PHARAOH LA DONNA PIERCE: Student Council Alt. '59, Spanish Club '60, '62, Gingcrsnaps '59, '60, '61, '62, Chorus '59, '60, '61, '62, Triple Trio '59, Choralaires '61, '62, junior Play '61, All School Musical '62. ORVELLA KAY PIFRSON, Tennis '61, Dist. Ed. '62, GRA '59, Gingersnaps '59, '60, '61. LOUISE POPE: GRA '59, Library '61, Student Council '59, '60, Gingersnaps '59, '60, '61, '62, Stage Crew '61, Chorus '59, '60, '61, '62, Historian '61, Vice President '62, Girls' Trio '59, Girls' Sextet '59, Mixed Chorus '61, '62, Choralaires '59, '60, '61, '62. CELESTE POTEET: FNA '62, La Parisienne '61, Student Council Alt. '62, Spanish Club '60, Gingersnaps '60, '61, '62, Chorus '60, '61, '62, junior Play '61, Senior Play '62. GENE POTTER: Football '60, Manager '61, Golf '61, '62, N Club '62, Band '59. JIMMY PULTE MEG RAINES: La Parisienne '62, Girls' Chorus '59, '60, '61, '62, Mixed Chorus '61, '62, Girls' Quartet '62, All-State Chorus '61, '62, Merit Scholarship Finalist '62, National Honor Society '62, State Honor Society '59, '60, '61, junior Play '61, All School Musical '62. RAMONA RANDOLPH: Spanish Club '61, Band '59, '60, '61, '62, Band Council '60, '61, Band Queen '59, Football Queen Attendant '61, FFA Queen Attendant '62. noUGi.As N. REED JOAN REED jUDY RENEGAR: GRA '59, Student Council '61, Spanish Club '61, Gingersnaps '59, '60, '61, '62, Cheerleader '62, Band '59, Basket- ball Queen Attendant '6l, Trail Staff '61, '62. BOB RICE: XVrestling Manager '60, Dist. Ed. '62. KENNY RICHARD: Football '59, FFA '59, '60, '61, '62, Science Club '59. U7 Witness E291 for the Prosecution" HARRIET RICHEY: FJA '62, GRA '59, Student Council Alt. '61, Gingersnaps '59, '60, '61, '62, Cheerleader '62, Band '59, '60, Basket- ball Queen Attendant '61, Trail Staff '61, '62, Spanish Club '61, '62. PAT RIDGEYV AY MIKE RITZ: Basketball '59, '60, Football '59, '60, '61, '62, Track '59, '60, '61, '62, Student Council '62, N Club President '62, Junior Rotarian '62, National Honor Society '59, '62, State Honor Society '59, '62, MARILYN ROBERSON: Dist. Ed. '62, DECA '62, Gingersnaps '59, '60, Girls' Glee Club '59. JERRY ROBERTSON: Swimming '59, 1Vrestling '60, FJA '59, '60, Photography Club '59, Student Council '62, Student Information '61, Junior Play '61, Speech Play '62, Speech '61, '62, Trail Staff '59, '60, '61, Vice President of Freshman Class '59, Sophomore Class President '60, Junior Class President '61. LINDA ROBERTSON: Library Club '60, Student Council Alt. '62, Gingersnaps '61, '62, Girls' Glee Club '59, '61, '62, Choralaires '62, Girls State Alt. '61, National Honor Society '61, '62, State Honor Society '60, '61, '62, Other Schools: Basketball '59, Fl-IA '59, FNA '59, Reporter '61, Secretary '62, Best All-Round Freshman '59, School Paper Staff '59. RACHELLE ROBSON: FHA '62, FNA '60, '61, '62, Gingersnaps '60, '61, '62, Stage Crew '61, '62, Girls' Glee Club '60, '61, '62, Mixed Chorus '62, Junior Play '61, All School Musical '62, Other School: GRA '59. EARLINE ROGERS: Girls' Glee Club '60, '61, '62. ERVIN L. , ROLEY: Football '59, '60, '61, '62, All-Conference, All-State, All-American, Track '62, YVrestling '61, FFA '59, '60, '61, N Club '62. ANN ROSS: Dist. Ed. '62, FHA '59, Gingersnaps '59, '60. DE ANN SALYER: Dist. Ed. '62, DECA Secretary '62, Ginger- snaps '59, '60, '61, Chorus '59, tso, '61, D.E. Queen Honor At- tendant '62. MILTON SANDERS: VVrestling '62, All School Musical '61. VVALTER SAUCIER: Tennis '59, '60, Track '59, Latin Club '59, Math Club '59, '60, Science Club '60, '62, State Honor Society '61. GORDON SAXTON: Spanish Club '60, '61, Band '60, '61, Boys' Glee Club '60, '61, '62, Quartet '61, '62, Mixed Chorus '61, '62, All School Musical '62. JANICE SCHADER: Gingersnaps '61, Historian '62, Student Council '61, '62, Other Schools: Basketball Queen Honor Attendant '59, Cheerleader '59. BARBARA SCHULDT: FHA '59, '60, Secretary '61, FTA '60, Gingersnaps '59, '60, junior Play '61, Speech '61. DAVID SEARS: Football '60, '61, '62, Mixed Chorus, Boys' Quartet, All-State Chorus '60, '61, VVho's Who '62, National Honor Society '62, State Honor Society '61, All School Musical '61, '62, GORDON SICNNHENN Was Tense Drama Thriller ,IO SHARP: Student Council Alt, '59, Gingersnaps '59, '60, '61 '62, Stage Crew '61, Band '59, '60, '61, '62, Clarinet Quartet '59, '60, Solo '59, '60, National I-Ionor Society '62, State Honor Society '60, '61, '62. PATTI SHARP: Latin Club Secretary '59, '60, Library Club '62, Student Council Alt. '60, '61, Member '59, Spanish Club '62, Gingersnaps '59, '60, '61, '62, Latin Club Queen '60, Merit Scholar- ship Commended Group '61, State Honor Society '60. ALICCIA SHOBERT. lCAROI-YN KAY SHOBERT AIARIANNIQ SIICGMUND: FHA '59, FJA Secretary '62, FTA '6Z' GRA '59, Student Council Alt. '61, Member '62, Spanish Club '61 Vice President '62, Gingersnaps '59, '60, '61, '62, Stage Crew Chorus '59, '62, Spanish Queen Attendant '61, National Honor So- ciety '61, '62, State Honor Society '60, '62, All School Musical '62' Tiger Tales Staff '61, Co-Editor '62. ROBERT SIMS: Track '59, YYrestling '60, '61, '62, La Parisienne '61, Science Club '59, Band '59, Boys' Glee Club '61, junior Play '61, '61, w STANLEY SKINNER: FJA '61, Band '59, '60, '61, '62, Speech '59, Tiger Tales Staff '60, '6l. MARTHA SMITH: FHA '62, FNA '59, '60, '61, '62, Gingersnaps '59, '60, '61, '62, Girls' Glee Club '59, '60, '62, All School Queen At- tendant '62. LINDA SPILLER: FTA '62, Gingersnaps '60, '61, '62, Stage Crew '62, Senior Play '62. JUDY STEIVART: Chorus '61, '62. JIM STORM: Football '59, FFA '59, '60, Song Leader '61, President '62, Student Council '61, '62, Band '59, '60, '61, junior Play '61, JANICT SUCHY: FHA '59, GRA '59, La Parisienne '61, Student Council Alt. '61, Member '62, Gingersnaps '59, '60, '61, Correspond- ing Secretary '62, Girls' Glee Club '59, '60, '61, '62, junior Play '6l. FLIZABFTH SULLENBERGER: FHA '59, Parliamentarian '60, FJA '60, Treasurer '62, FNA '59, GRA Reporter '59, Math Club '59, '60, Photography Club '60, Science Club '59, Reporter '62, Student Council '59, '62, Spanish Club '61, Treasurer '62, Gingersnaps '59, '60, '61, '62, Stage Crew '62, Spanish Queen Attendant '61, Lions Club Student of the Month '62, Junior Play '61, Senior Play '62, Tiger Tales Staff '60, '61, Co-Fditor '62, Trail Staff '61. ELAINE SXVANK: Student Council Alt. '59, '61, Member '60, Gingersnaps '59, '60, '61, '62, Band '59, '60, Junior Play '61, All School Musical '61, Senior Play '62, Speech Play '62, Speech '61, '62, Senior Class Secretary-Treasurer '62. SUSAN SXVIMLEY: FDIA '62, FTA '60, La Parisienne '60, '61, Gingersnaps '59, '60, '61, '62, Speech '62, Tiger Tales Staff '61, '62. KAREN TANKERSLICY: Ducklings '59, '60, '61, FJA '60, Photog- raphy Club '60, Student Council '59, '60, '61, Spanish Club '61, Treas- urer '62, Gingersnaps '59, '60, Class Checker '61, Cheerleader '62, Chorus '59, Trail Queen Honor Attendant '61, Spanish Queen At- tendant '61, VVho's YI'ho '60, National Honor Society '62, State Honor Society '59, '60, '62, Speech '61, Trail Staff '60, Junior Fd- itor '6l. BICRTIIC RUTH TAYLOR ROBERT TIZALL: Other Schools: Football '59, '60, Tennis '59, '60, T29 01 Memories IVIade at 1962 Prom DONNA TERRY: FNA '61, Spanish Club '61, Gingersnaps '59, '60, '61, Spanish Queen Honor Attendant '61. SHERRY THOMAS: Student Council Alt. '61, Spanish Club '62, Gingersnaps '59, '60, Historian '61, Attendance Secretary '62, Chorus '59, YVho's NVho '61, Junior Play '61, Senior Play '62, Tiger Tales Staff '62. BOB THOMPSON: Baseball '62, Football '61, '62, N Club '62, Other Schools: Basketball '59, '60. STEYVART THORNBURG: Basketball '59, '60, Science Club '59, '60, Student Council '60, GARY THRAILKILL DARRELL THROIVILR: Football '59, Boys' Glee Club '61, Na- tional Honor Society '62. DARLA TOLSON: Dist. Ed. '62, FHA '61, Gingersnaps '59. DAVID TULLIUS: FFA '6l. PATRICIA TULLIUS: Gingersnaps '61, '62. DAVID VANDERBURG 1 RONNIE YVALDEN: Band '59, '60, '61, '62, "Accidentals" Stage Band '61, '62. RONALD VVALKER LARRY XVARD: Basketball '59, '60, Dist. Ed. President '62, Latin Club '59, Science Club '59, '60, Spanish Club '61, '62, Boys' Glee Club '59, '60, '61, All School Musical '61. JICRRY YVATT: Paint Daubers '60, Stage Crew '61, '62, junior Play '61, Senior Play '62, Speech Play '62, Speech '61, '62. CAMERON XVEBFR SYLVIA XVELLS: Dist. Fd. '62, Other Schools: FHA '59, '60, Reporter '61, Library Club '59. JOE YVENDER: Tennis '59, '60, '61, Captain '62, Student Council '59, '60, Outstanding Member '61, President '62, N Club '62, Band '59, Boys State '61, junior Rotarian '62, VVho's VVho '59, Merit Scholarship Finalist '62, National Honor Society '59, '60, '61, Vice President '62, State Honor Society '59, '60, '61, '62, junior Play '61, Senior Play '62, Speech Play '61, Speech Debate Team '61, '62. ALEX IVHISTLILR: Swimming '59, '60, '61, '62, Science Club '59, '60, N Club '62, Stage Crew '59, Boys' Glee Club '61, junior Play '61, Senior Play '62. "Objection overruled," declared Tominy Sunnncrs, who played the judge in the Senior Play, "Witness for the Prosecution " juryinen sworn in at the Senior Play are Annie Moonu Others pictured are Dick XYhite, Celeste Poteet, and lilaine Sherry 'I'honias, Lonnie Sniith, Judy Suddath, Alex Swank. W'histler, 'lim Rowan, and Bob Landsaw, Seniors' Graduation Excitement Climaxes DICK XYl ilTlf: liaslietball '59, Football '59, '60, '61, '62, Science Club '59, Stage Crew '62, Boys' Glec Club '60, Senior Play '62, N Club '62. SUIC ANN XVHITIL: Paint Daubers '60, '62, Student Council '61, Honorary Nleinber '62, Gingersnaps '60, '61, Cheerleader '62, First Place 'leinperance Poster '62, Second Place Paper Mache at Edmond '60, All Sports Queen Honor Attendant '62, Basketball Queen At- tendant '62, Trail Staff '61, Art lfditor '62, NliOKlA XVILKINS liA'l'HY XYlI.LlArNlS: l+"1'A '62, GRA '69, Spanish Club '61, '62, Clingersnaps '59, '60, '61, '62, Girls' Glee Club '59, '60, '61, '62, Mixed Chorus '61, DAVID XVILSOY HANK XVILSON LINDA XVILSON: FHA '59, '60, '61, Dist. Lid. '62, PNA '60, '61, CRA '59, Science Club '59, Cingersnaps '60, '61, '62, SHARON XVILSON: Spanish Club '62, Gingersnaps '59, '60, '61, '62, Band '59, '60, '61, -IINIAIY NYl'l-'l' SANDRA NVORRlil.l,: Dist. lid. '62, VHA '61, Chorus '59, jUDlTl1 YOUNG: PNA Historian '61, President '62, GRA '59- Latin Club '59, '60, La Parisienne '61, '62, Gingersnaps '59, '60, '61 '62, Stage Crew '61. N .,.. .,,, . - if 1 X 1 S Z!! it , :gs " .'-I:: 5 ...:', if 22: xmiziixw YoUNc:1 nm. isa. '62, czingefsimps '59, '60, fm, nz. AAAA U1 The President of the 1962 junior Class was Percy Granger. The other class officers were Robert Logan, Vice-President and Marty Nelson, Secretary-Treasurer. Iun'or Perhaps our Junior year is the best of all our highschool years. YVe are just in between, bal- ancing on a fence, not quite falling to either side. VVC have Worked hard this year. VVC have sold tickets to our talent show, taken part in the school musical, built an unforgettable prom, and cheered our inany sports stars on. VVe have unified our class and gained an intangible thing called class pride that will carry us through the rest of our highschool days victorious. Now we look back on our Sophomore year and sinile. Behind us are treasured inemories, never to be relived, but never to be forgotten. YVC look ex- Pectantly to our Senior year, and though we will iniss the faces that will not return, there will be new faces. The sun is setting, and the dawn of a Senior year is ahead. lt is our dawn, and we are wait- ing for it. The junior Class sponsors were: Nliss Rearis, Mrs. Fleming, Mrs. Davis, Nlr. King, Mrs. Klr. XX7llli111HS, and Mr. Griflin. fs w s K lr. Ernst Deliinder Dana Adden Ann Adkins Kathy Amsden Susan Amspacher judy Anderson Pete Baker Margaret Barbour De Ann Barnes Gene Bauman Paul Bell Kay Blackburn John Boruk Tom Boyctt Harriet Branton Karen Brateher Alvin Bray Karen Brewster Steve Bryan Lindy Buck David Burkleo Barbara Burrow Vicki Burton Charlotte Carter Phil Carter Mary Jane Carver Carol Chipman Cheri Christian Sara Clifton jim Coats Royce Cofiield Valli Powell played the piano beautifully in the junior talent show." Hjan Friedlander, playing her Coronet and accompanied by Chris Smith, displayed more of the fabulous junior talent." . '9"'k in if E if' N fs 5 Q . '5:f:i:,, . 'Z' Qi . " ---,' A D .. ,. 5 x i? is -----V- Q .,., i i , , . , . W we ' .- .gif 1' l'House of laughs--fwhat's your problemiw asks uCramer, clap your hands if you can!" Bill Pulliam, jimmy Hoover Patt Ra an as Cher 1 Todd and Cynthia Smith and Max Murrell en'oV a sock how while Sharon Cramer sits rather Y. E' Y . . 1 , l administer therapy to an unseen person. spastically by. Juniors Display Enthusiasm First row: VVilma Collett, Mike Collins, Susan Collins, Judy Comegys, Carol Cook, Nancy Cowan, Michael Cox. Second row: Randy Craddock, Elaine Craig, Sharon Cramer, Pat Crawford, Linda Crews, Lynne Crites, Frank Dabney. Third T0-w: Lester David, john Davis, Mickey Davis, David Davison, Carol Deason, Bill Deniastus, Allene Dennis. Fourth row: VVesley Devcro, Larry Dilks, Carol Donnell, Dallas Dorsetr, Lurene Dunn, Reas Dunn, Susan Dunn. 41 - Ewing 'cn Farris Eric Fcaver Leslie Fcrtig Terry Fischer Louis lfite Joe Flippo Evelyn Flud Kenneth Foss jan Friedlander Pat Garner Carolyn Gay Marilyn Gay Tommy joe Gibson Tommy Gowens Percy Granger Richard Green Linda Harnes Patricia Haines Diana Hamilton Sara Hamilton Darlene Hainniond Sandra Hancock Donna Harris Gary Allen Harris liinda Ilarwell Bill Hayes Judy Haynes Norma Heinis Jeannie Hefilin XX ould you like a hanky?" Sharon Cramer, alias Aunt Ellei, seems to he asking Karen Bratcher who played Laurey. .411 Percy Granger and Vicki McNeeley seem to bc having as much fun as everyone else who rode in the parade to ad- vertise "OKLAHOMAl" U51 John Hemphill Janie Henderson Richart Henderson Jack Herron Don Hickman Ann Hill Gene Hill Charles Hogue Jim Hoover Mary Katherine H Gregg Huff Marsha Hunt Basil Hurry Connie Hurt Heather Jansing Pat Jarvis Dorothy Johnson Kenny Johnston Shirlene Johnston Mary Jolley Bobbi Jones Calvin Jones Judith Judd Patti justice Carol Kahoc Judy Kaldrider Lynn Keim Barbara Keller Linda Keller Gary Kersey Irene Kersey Anne Ketcham lilaine Ketcham Linda Ketner John Kidd Mary King Caryl Kunsemuller Dorothy La Rue Lanny Layman Jeff Le Blanc Pam Le Blanc Billy Lindsay Jimmy Lindsey Kenneth Linn Bill Lockett ouck Rindy Livezey Robert Logan Phil Luccock Linda Mac Killion Cloe Lynn McCarty Bruce McCoy Sherre McConnell Carlene McCracken Bennie Mchllhaney Nancy McGee Carolyn McPherson Hugh Mabe Ken Maddox Margaret Marek Bobby Marsee Betty Marti Dave Massey Nick Mayneld Bonnie Miller Ronald Minnix Robert Moonlau Helen Morgan N. D. Moscoe Max Murrell Barbara Music Mary Martha Nelson Linda Oliver Frank Olney Ronnie Olson Seth Osborn jack Owens Janice Pace jeraldine Parker Gayle Parks Lynn Patterson Paula Plosila Valli Powell Mary Katherine Price Sharon Pruett Patty Ragan Steve Raymond Alvin Reed Robert Reed Rutsy Reed Ronnie Reese is ' V :,.:,.,.,.: 2 s in 9 ..: ,M , , Q tif r in WS 73 I 4 'WA E ik ...... . f ii i L 13, Vv::' W .. .... 'Z i" .,: a, , :V Q .- D 'ee 36' - O trree a r nw . 4 K : .,... , . .,5,,:,-,,.. .. . E '.'::::E:, V iii Ai a 1 , " "f QL , t sq, we ff 5 .. 6 it il' .,,, ,. ' ' .,,. M R ' ggi., . ' 19: M, ...,. I Ay, , ,.,., O Afwfm K , W' . ,, 5 H: ff " J: W 'Q .-'-- : -I , g E fm at 3' ml ,gr- W re. 'Q tg Q zg e 1-' Eiiii ' ' t if,- luniors Star In "OkIahoma!" LWVCH, they's pretty if you ain't gsfin no place," drawls Liz Riddle in her outstanding role as Ado Annie. Percy Granger portrayed the peddler and Sharon Cramer was Aunt liller. E381 Paul Bell, as Jud, practices for his lontlx ioom scent Judy Reid Nancy Richey Liz Riddle Boh Ritz David Robinson Linda Robison Minnie Schieling Carolyn Schlosser Melody Scroggins Sandy Seals Sharon Sellers Carol Ann Shadid Mike Sims Christine Smith Cynthia Smith Johnny Ruth Smith Kaye Smith Linda Smith Kathy Spears Hike Stapp Junior Year Ends Victorious Ronnie Stokes Gary Swimlcy Pete Taylor Steve Taylor Kathlcen Thomas Gus Thompson Karen Thompson Tommy Thompson Linda Tobcrman Cheryl Todd Lynda Todd Susan Tracy Charles Tucker Alvin Turner Patsy Vaughn Karol Veal Michcla Vlach jill Wladc Millie lVaggoncr jim Vllalker jacquc XVallacc Nlichacl YVallcr Bart VVard Nancy Wlard Mike VVashburn Jane NVatson Dick XVilburn Barry Williamson Bud YVillis Judy VVilson Ramona Wfilson Charlene Wise Darlcnc XVisc XVilla lVoodrow joe VVoods Bill Uloodson jan lVright Martha Wright Susan XVright Karen VVynn 9 The president of the 1961 Sophomore Class, Bill Cook. The '62 class of Sophomores has Proven to be a very versatile group. They are full of spirit, pep, and fung but more important, they have provided Norman High with a fine scholastic average. Very active parts have been taken by the Sophomores in all of Norman Higlfs projects, such as the All School Talent Show, the All School Musical, Gingersnaps, and the Student Council. Yes, the class of '64 has a lot to look forward to during the remaining two years at Norman High School. lf they perform as well in the future as they have this year, they should enjoy high school and emerge as another trium- phant Norman High School class. A A N ,1 . 100412 Cfzlfvn-40, MJ 4o4f.7,ZQil f5M2'4 Wigan, 42455 W J , in ' I ,.ff4uwZ- cd-211-V-.2 f941J'32 -, f , 9-7"'4' ww 7f,w7 FLQQQM Jeegjajadffu. X Q7 dna' ' fr . ' '6 ie Q , ZA-6 W0 Z! B hind the scents thc Sophomore class sponsors Barbara Sell rs, Secretary-Treasurer, and Maria Kay Gill, Vice-President, Mr' PUWC11, Mr- Sumter, Mr- Vvaflen urs Studs, the future! ' Smith, and Miss RC3X'lS were alvl avs great ' boosters. E401 Z A group of Sophomore girls discuss the Sophomore boys before school. Melba Ahshire Eileen Adair Beverly Adkins VVilliam Akard Don Allen Teresa Allen David Allin John Ashmore Jimmie Atnip Don Austin Judy Bandy Nancy Barker Dorothy Barnett Virginia Bartlett Linda Beardslee Oniu Ruth Beauchamp David Belirman Mary Ann Belden Chuck Bell Flizabetli Bell Judy Bell Johnnie Sue Bender Guy Benge Larry Berglan Becky Berry Jimmy Biffle Charles Bilbo Jan Birmingham Norma Bishop Darrell Blackburn Janet Bloomer Richard Booker Karen Boren Anthony Bowers Sandy Boyd ,f N 59 F - ef tttiy ,ii uti , at J er ai X A mg in ,eg Q ...,:.-: J A m e , ,lg Q., V J 'i""' Q ,i'::' i',i : 3 e is :---f I W W3 A if fs sf A . :i..:- .. iv J Vuuu L 2 .1 2 ,": -'-v: i I lqyl E3 , , in .I W , ,V . C "f2:' ' . X, 5 W, uulzu i, ' Q ' V , -"' -,., :::" ' ' ' . ,,-.VVV 25. A .. if n nooeo ' 5 ee en B7 ' f' zz- 5 f' rf -1.:.. ri.i,i :.:,, . . 2 Vvilr .. '1': , 'K :" .,r.i..:.i,r "" 2i" , 2 4' F : 1 ' A ZH K M, A A iiii I I.. "":":"' -.: 1 ""'- 1 .a-'11 ii.. 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' W 3 lbvb ' X az: E janmcs C,nx'a11a11gl1 'Z' .,-: ' I ' y 6 1 jo Ann Clmnlpeau Q W-5, A 6 x llltt Judie I-C55 , s , ixify ' Easy 1 ngwrsinugis E5 li "-'-" we "" . y llvaz Z K ":':' , . Paul Church 'qlz ::,:,., r 1 , ,Z zllz' "" """'-::, Q , "" ' .:.. .,...:::,: G Ann Clark 11-2- .-.: ' 4 , ":-: : L fwr f m x SSR , Bob Clark PM V ---' :2:1E If '-A :Vx H , rl :,:::::,: 5 "'-:.. Ilichard Clark '.", ,.A, "" D ' A .lim Cleveland C . "": ::':""' "'2',: 5 Egg Jlzsn . fl' s Chcrri Clinkcnbcnrd Q ' "':' 49 th il ,, Spirit, Schol UNO! l absolutely will not pose in my gym suit." Barbara Sellers grimaccs at thc TRAIL photograplacr. E421 arshlp, Success, Quanah Parker checks the funds of the wish- ing well during thc Christmas dance campaign for a band. Carolyn Coates Marilyn Coates Judy Coles james Collins 'Fommi Collins Tommy Collins Bill Cook Roger Cooper Susan Corbin Pat Corkins Gary Corrorro Cathy Cowan Dean Craven Danny Crocker Sara Culp Marvin Daniels Kenneth Danner XVanda Davault Dana Davis Mickey Davis Delmar Dean lrene Denney Dickey Dilks jeanie Dragoo Candy Drilling: Roy Dudark Linda Dudley T 3' S m? WNW 1? L .sf:- ,E:,'.5: 5 it li ,S Q ll' it fisbtm AZ? ,.1.,E ""' 1'1' F x -,,,..:, .ir .... 2 .,,,,gg,g., egg .Q ,K 4 f ai "' Q M, "" if Y if ' if Sylvia Dumas ' A K - '-212 - .,., , F Q it N, , . . 5, A ,.,.... ? . -Q is o i? ,i,di, as ,D in we , , 5 X IX A C hr Q 5 Q gE,, zzig fi., suis ,..::E,:,. ? x at N ,. Q A 3 Spells, Sophomore First ro-ze: johnny Duncan, Ricky Ernest, Jack Ferrell, Donnie Fountain, Linda Friteh, Kay Kiezentanner, Robert Gilmour, Nona Gordon and Karen Green. Middle ru-w: Donald Flledge, Barbara Fstridge, john Finney, Patty Fowler, Barbara Fry, Eddie Gilbert, Randy Glasscoek Buddy Gray, Letha Greenwood. Horfom row: Carolyn lfllis, Mary Alice Burton, Kaye Ford, Jima Lou Freeman, Anita Gentry, Maria Kay Gill, Frances Glov- er, James Green, Cherry Kay Griffith. V .- z, f t Qu 1 'tif 'S if : 'V ..u, X ' uw' 9 dkllls ,egg ,5Qfii?2QaAbi 5? f f 41' :W Q X 1 R Q e il ..,. I, ,W I: Ear , Q W P i431 Ann Haddock June Hall Laura Hallam Bruce Halsey Marsha Hardesty Roy Harkey Mary Harlow Lynn Harper Larry I-larral Judy Harrell Brent Harris Richard Hart Freddy Hatcher Joe Hazlewood Tommy Hazlewood Judy Heavner Carol Henderson Larry Henderson Dave Herr Lynda Hill Sam Hoisington Georgia Holley Dale Horton Geraldine Huffman Jay Jackson Barton Johnson Becky Johnson Beth Johnson Judy Jones Sharon Jones Jimmy Jordan Sharon Jordan Charles Keeling Donald Keester Richard Keim Top Tow: Lee Kelley, Ricky Kersey, Kay Kiniberling, Donna Kruis, Margaret Langley, Sain Lelflore, Irina McConnell, Hul- lon McDonald, and Jini Mclllrath. Middle ro-w: Marilyn Kennedy, John Keys, Kathleen Kirchling, Kathy Kuhlman, Ricky Leaumont, Vickie Loveless, Carol AIcDade, Judy McDonald, and Sanford McGee. Bottom rofw: Don Kerby, Ken Kienlcn, Francine Korgan, Jim Lack, Carol LeBlanc, Marilyn McCarley, Bud McDonald, Lynda McElhaney and Janice McGovern. , K ' , V -W ,:., i JIIJJ " :,,:V:.. r"" f 'iii 1 -. ' '-""' I 1 "1 ...: i iiiiiiii 5 . F? r i .sf iiiii V' 'I 1 fi .,.--3 ifi'f's ll 5 . "'::: 5 4...: a "' :':" .,., ' if .,-v .'-, ' - 'V . :.--' 2335 :.- Wg iiiii 'il ", A :zi I '..,., ::" K R u as i rrrr a ssyaa aus J -::.: z 1 ..,. , ,","" .','. E H V ":':: . ..,. ,,... ' lii J it K We h e a rrr as J L asaaa a a saaa srrr sa y s sassssu in ,a ss F "'l 4 ,L L " ' Wi ,..,' . er2'l'a' "" rzzi ' if l --:-a "'." 2 J - ' rea. "r: " J " rrsr ---r- J K "r:- arr' ,rzs L 'K as.: J , 'V " ' W1 qln 4 zzz, 5 ' zzi 'iiii ., lf ,.,, ,, ' J iff' Q z V .E ., , 'Q , my v -'-:g5g,, -"' ' y v , 2 -sis' ":-:-- 2 ,.,. -e F' """' AM, Z " '111. 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Q :': fu if - yfig A E-- W, --IV .1,f:::E- zyikz ' ,,,,,.:, :ZEE fii .EE.,i s 4 Q 1 rrrr .rr 1 fi t wil , .o., i1..,j f .- P zgo, ...-i:.: ,I ,rri ,,o.,:: R I ,v:....v.-., - .:-- -,...,, A 9 .:sg55?Qg?:j::::,5: eigiszgb, - 1: ,.,., ::...,: ::.:M I ,,,:....., Md f 3 f is L . Sophs Are Fun-Filled "lYe cannot endure it." XVanda XVcst, Maria Kay Gill, Bar Dennis Balch concentrates on reading julius Caesar CFJ lrara Sellers, Carol Mclbadc, and Guyann Calanie show due for a history report. respect to their upperclassmen. s 3 3 3 i Virginia Bartlett and Gary Corrotto give their Version of the Twist at the Now Or Never Dance. Vera Phillips Phillip Pierce Sandra Polk Paula Powers Linda Pratt jo Nell Price jerry Pruett Carolyn Reed Bill Reese Bob Reisinger David Rennie Sandra Rich Suzi Richardson Megan Riley Thomas Robinson C had Rocker: Joyce Rogers Loyee Rogers Dorothy Ross Janet Ross Toni Ross Stuart Rucker Rita Ruclkin jimmy Rummage Barbara Sellers Jill Sellers Mike Sharp Carolyn Shefler Class of '64 gfflllp of SOPllUl1101LS 1'Cl2lX ill fllC SfULlC1lf CCI1tCl'. Z .-'....,,Ai 1 lfverett Shissler Gary Shoeltley Jean Smalley Mike Smith Ronnie Smithers Bob Sneed Larry Snider Charlotte Southerland Mary Southerlannl Royce Spiceland Margie Spor Danny Springs Linda Stangle Patricia Stapp Floyd Steely Laurie Steinmeyer Janie Stewart Carolyn Sue Strategiei Kathi Straw James Strickland Jolm Sutterfield Carol Taylor Sandy Terhune Jonathan Thayer Karen Thomas Grace Thompson John Thompson Judy Tiller ieh ti rire 'ff T y Y aaaa aaaai 1 7 My ,,,. ,A bk Fin A ' 4,1 . ..:: 'til . Bt 5 J E a t ' JI .Q -b. 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MWF W W 'N my M DW' W Q ffm N,2X f1? f4 fU ,iffy ww WwMZfFf2vfw' WW ,M WMV WNW QWW N 0' MQZLWW ivbfyqiwfwfw 0 M ' fiiyfw V Nancy Carter LIIIQI Xlr. Taylor, editor and sponsor of tl1e TRAIL, consult the HKILIIIIIUVV and index durinfr a conference . C' about tl1e yearbook. THE 1962 TR.-XII, S'l'AI+'F. lfirxr ro-15: .Nlilic XXTQIIICY, Alvin ,lIIII'lICl', Ihllllllil Jacobs, Cherry Kay Gritlith, a11d Richard Booker. Second www: Larry Alelladc, Sue A1111 IVl1ite, .Iudy Urth, Sandy Boyd, Cynthia Smith, a11d Harriet Richey. Thivnw' roar: Nancy Carter, Robert Iflcener, Kay Lynn lfdxyards, IQUII Xlinnix, Marty Nelson, QUILT David Klcyer. 1501 Trail Staff To the ad111inistrators, faculty, ZIIIKI students of NHS, the TRAIL stalf proudly presents the 1962 TRAIL. llfach IIICIIIIDCI' of tl1e stalf has worked hard and has done his best to inake this the 1110511 out- standing yearbook yet produced at Nornian High. Deadlines brought the usual rusl1es with pages to plan, layouts to draw, copy to write, and pictures to Hcropf' But aside from tl1e busy schedule, the good ti111es and nleinories always ended on top. The annual TRAIL banquet and party for the staff members, tl1e presentation of the bool: to the school, and the TRAIL-signing party were DIOIIICIIYS we will never forget. VVe hope that, as you look through this TRAIL, it will make you recall the lllfllly happy ti111es of tl1e past year, and tl1at it will be to you as it is to us: A Year Wfithout Iind. Ilard work, l1ul1, Orrh? judy Orth xyorlis diligently o11 her TRAIL pages as Harriet Richey, Cynthia Smith and Robert Fleencr guide her with their helpful hints Triumphant lfditor , ,, , Business Manager W c .X1t, , , , Classes, Organizations, , School Life, Sports ,H c ,A Nancy Lartet' Ron Minnix ec eSue Ann VVhite ,Rav Cher Lynn lfdwards Harriet Richey ry Kay GriHC1th Iimma Jacobs Marty Nelson Sandy Boyd e. U, ,,,,,.-,r,,JL1dy Orth Cynthia Smith cRobert Fleener Pl1otograpl1y,,c,,, e -A ,We ,- U Copy 7 c Sponsor, cliarry McDade Alvin Turner Mike VValler Richard Booker , A eee, Y eee, eccjudy Ryan ewillr. Richard B. Taylor liut children must play, too, so Iininxa Jacobs, I,arry Mcliadc, Sandy Boyd show their dexterity on the center. , and Sue Ann XVhite poles in the student "Robert, you shouldn't say things like that about Mr. Taylor!" laughs Judy Orth to Robert lfleener while Harriet Richey, Marty Nelson, and Richard Booker continue their work m lliya, friends CFD .-Xs you can see by the happy expressions the TRAIL Staffers never have a disagreement. llere lfinnia jacobs, Ron Nlinnix, Nancy Carter, Kay Lynn lfdwards, and Robert lfleener have sonic friendly discussions E511 UAH right, who's the wise problems, but jiin Patterson, Murphy just look on innoeen Baseball boys do have fun, donlt they? john McCray, Kent lhoinsen, and Hob rIll1U1llPS0l1 show thcir skill at singing while guy? Randy Ring 11115 Clary Ring and Rusty Neel watch disgustedly. lnrvin Roley and Marc tly. Lettermen's Club Experiences Jlygn 5 --.. fig tgghi - a l: W gt V W' W ,.,. . , .. A f- 1' A , ...V 1 ' af az "4' wee, ---'- -Eigfgyi 1 i e w , 453 fy 5wgQg,W. 5 3 gFv.Qw at f f -- 1' 3 el ' ,W .1- 'ze ,eg 7-.5 . .. 3, ' , '. at ' ,. ' f- 1 We ia. I' M-,,w,. 'V y g::. ::a,,., ..,. 4' I :H--1.15 X . N ' .Q lf n Q gg? , 2 3 , eeiaj Eiga? V A X Sr. . me ,N s,e e 3 M 1 A, x WWW, , ' I Oflicers for thc year were Robert Fleener, treasurerg Dwain Bal lew, Vice-presidcntg Klike Ritz, president, and Phil Oriatt, sec- 1'Cf1l1'y. E521 The forty-five nienibers of the Norman High "N" Club. organized last spring for all letter- inen, were initiated after receiving a ulick" from the club sponsors, Coach Rert Corr and Coach Ray Littlejohn. Promoting good sportsmanship and preventing the inisuse of patches on the letter jackets are the organizations goals. They have adopted the Sportsman Code, which was accepted by all Boomer Conference Schools. T77 I The HN Club conducts the eection of the All-Sports Queen and her attendants and gives the Best Athlete of the Year Award. Conduct- ing' a car wash and holding a dance in March helped raise money for an end-of-school trip for the boys. as N Club inenilmers Bill l.oelcett, Robert Clzlrlc, :ind john Crux' eonfer with Klr. Cori' at Ll meeting. The executive eonneil, consisting of George cil2lIlCl12lIT, Robert lfleener, Hike Ritz, Dwight johnson, and Dwnin Bglllew, show how to look extremely intelligent. i ll' I I i I1 U S an Ing IYS ear if Happy, fellas? Grinning from ear to ear are Pete Klahe lfrvin Rolcy, Kent Thonisen, Bob 'I'honipson, lfric l"e11x'er, john Alex XVhistlei', Bob Ritz, Bill Robinson, joe Hoody, Nlefllwiy, Bill Loelcett, and Quannah Parker :ill love eneh other, jllll Patterson, Mare Murphy, joe YVender, Ken Mad- or so it seems. dox, and Robert: Fleener. l5J 6? A future star? Sharon Cramer captured first place in the Ada speech contest with her cutting of "Auntie Maimef' 'inn-Q.. mmnnn....,... "This is what you keep in your desk?" exclaims Steve Bonner as Elaine Swank, jerry XVatt, Bill Perkins, and jerry Robertson rehearse a scene from the Speech play, UThe Solid Gold Cadillac." l54fI Speech Beneficial ln the Speech department of Norman High School, each type of speechmaking is explored l with vigor, enabling each individual to show his own distinct personality. The art of reading poetry, making introductions, receiving awards, making persuasive speeches, and acting in dif- ferent styles of plays are all part of this depart- I'IlCl1'CiS accomplishments. Under the direction of Mrs. Mabel Ritzman, Speech II students have further developed their i abilities by the presentation of the hilarious comedy entitled "The Solid Gold Cadillacf' The entire student body profited by the com- bined efforts of the Speech and Choral depart- ments in their sell-out production of the mu- sical, "Oklahoma! " L'Does man come from the monkeys or not?" asks Charles Kirtley of jerry XVatt while they rehearse their Edmond fourth place winning scene from "Inherit the YVind." UTO be or not to be . . ." ponders Vicki McNeeley, Hugh Mabe, Elizabeth Force, Judy Suddath, Carolyn Bowen, and Jane VVats0n as they study scenes from g'Hamlct." Librarians Assist Student Body First row: judy Harrell, Linda Robertson, Sharon Jordon, Sylvia Dumas, Judy Binford, Anna Maude Houck, Nancy Fowler, and Pam VVinters. Second row: Margaret Barbour, Lin- da Pannell, Linda Fritcb, Ramona XVilson, Jeannie Dragoo, Lynne Crites and Linda Crews. Mrs. F. K. Mosley sponsored the library club. The club created a closer fellowship between the student librarians. It also promoted interest in the field of Library Science. This year they attended the Annual Oklahoma Student Library Association at Oklahoma University. The librarians assisted students in selecting good books, buying paper, pencils, and kleenex. The officers for the year were: Judith Binford, President, Carolyn Schlosser, Vice-president, and Anna Houck, Secretary-Treasurer. af 1' .J First ro-w: janet Bloomer, Patsy Vaughn, Lena Oliphant, and Carolyn Schlosser. Second row: Xlarcella U'isc, lfarric Young, and Sharon jones. i ISSJ FFA .... The prinmry aim of the FFA is the develop- ment of agricultural leadership, cooperation, and citizenship. The varied activities of the FFA include zi supervised farming progrfun, com- munitv services, and cooperative leadership :ic- tivities. The FFA has n supervised program of recreation of all types and excels in scholarship. Mr. Mackey, sponsor of the Future Farmers of America, sits Ht his desk ferverently working on 'Athe books. ' The raising of poultry, one of the nianv FFA projects, is displayed by FFA member Pete Hogue. Members of the FFA are left to right: Bottom T0-w: jimmy Jordon, Mickey Haynes, Billy Young, Pete Hogue, Terry llames, jerry Nevels, Tony Peterman, and Larry Henderson. Sevaini row: David Tullius, Lonny Smith, Carey Lambeth, George Cape- hart, jim VanSehuyver, jim Storm, Fred Chapman, Vernon Christian, Mike Peters, Jimmy Bime, XViley Madole, and Andy Masters. Q ww Qi, ,1Rawxm.V.mif.. l 1 Excells The Norman Chapter of Flf,-X under the leadership of Xlr. H. XV. Xluelcey, sponsor, have had many xvorthxvhile projects. ln their live- stoelq Progrzun they xvorked yvith sheep, eoxvs, pigs, nnd poultry. ln September, Kliss Nancy liiehey yvnls selected to represent Norman in the State l-'l-'A Sueetheurt Contest. The l"l3'fX Queen for this year, seleeted in Deeeinber, is Miss Kathy Luck. www Members of FFA are left to right: Bmtwll rms: Richard Collins, 1 Oilieers of Flf.-X are left to right: lVi1'.vr ro-ie: Terry llames, Reporter, and Gus Tliompson, Secretary. Second row: -lim Storm, President, Mike Peters, Sen- tinelg and Carrey Lainbeth, Treasurer. Third raw: Curtis Johnston. Vice President, :ind Frank Dabney, Historian. lflfi-X member Mike Roberts and the Agriculture Student Teacher, Mr. jnlrvis, show one of their prize sheep. -lohn lloxxard, .lim l,ou0'hmiller, Bobby Peters. Sevolid rout D Perry llroyvn Kenneth Richard. NVvatt Pence David Perren Gary' Thrailkill Ted Lanmr, errv Russell and Gus Thom son. ' 1 , s v , 1 , 1 Tliirii' row: Lester Cape, Tommy Goxvens, Albert Jones. Raymond XVhite, jerry Ridgexvny, Bobby Spann, and Ervin Roley. I'i0ll7'fk row: Harold Bennett, Lynn Kleyers, Dewey Guy, James Madden, Bill Hamil, Billy Xlonieal, and Steve Hellams. .hwy . 'QS k Sv ., ,,.,g. -if , . 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SX fn , R 3 A ri -' H ' , S 2 sb 6' 3' gg 0 3 ez 9 l 5 5, a QQMW Band Gives Concerts Kathy Alnsden Terri Anderson Terry Baglmy Pete Baker Paul Bell Karen Brewster -Ian Coffey Bill Cook Robert Crawley Linda Crews David l'illis Donnie Fountain jan Friedlander Carolyn Gay Marilyn Gay Anita Gentry james Green Larry Harral Richard Hart Dick james Patty justice Kathleen Kitching Phil Luccoelc Janel MeCombs David Melllhaney Rosemary McGee johnny Maddox Dennis Maxwell The 'Stage Band," a branch of the regular band, has enter- The NHS Band is shown here entertaining at one of the tained the NHS student body at many band concerts. hand concerts given during the year. f gf -M1 33 A- :- -1 if 4' X L 5,51-5.9 'Ig 4" 'tfpsthffvq ' 1 c :Agni ei a:',..a iz' -li Q f' Ig-.il ' 'A f .. 'F' , in Y , 2 . I ' ' - V- it 0 Y - - f' Sm '4 r' faafwag 2 'Z 1 it:,mafwQP axis if new f W ---t-t . 11- W at ' '- V ..,:. S Y , l60l as I 5 5 f-km W Ann Nlinnick Annie Laurie Mooney N. U. Moscoe Charles Pappan Ramona Randolph lfugene Ray David Rennie lfarl Rumans jimmy Rummage jo Sharp Stanley Skinner Christina Smith Ronnie Smithers Larry' Snider Charlotte Southerlaml Royce Spiceland Bill Stewart Tom Swain jonathan Thayer Karen Thompson Susan Tracy Charles Tucker Stanley Upchurch Nancy Valoueh Ronnie Walden Nancy Ward Pam XYhirtcn Linda XYilliams Band Backs Spirit The NHS Band goes into one of the formations that has The spirit of Norman High School was backed by the NHS won them prizes. Band at manv fames and new assemblies durin the year. . . I . . 'V' -ww yu Emu lx E611 First raw: John Davis, Sharon Sellers, XYalter Saueier, Allen Parrish, Brian Howard, Jonathan Thayer, Ping Sheng, Second row: Millie lVaggoner, Cary Swiniley, Calvin Jones, Billy Hayes, Ronnie Reece, Frank Olney, Joel Ewing, Richard Green, 'l'liira' row: Johnita XVharton, Jan Friedlander, Carol Shadid, Pat Jarvis, Linda Crews, N. D. Moscoe, Keary Hayes, Stewart Rucker, Fourth row: Catherine lfwing, Jil Sellers, Margaret Barbour, Karen Brewster, Karen Thompson, Janice Pace, and Mr. Morris. Science Club Excells Science club oflicers are Joel lfwing, John Davis, Klr. Nlorris, ,The SCiCl1CC Club, XX'll0S6 PUFPUSC f0fll1'EllC1' N. D. M 1 l Sl ' S ll - - - - mme' mi mum C ms the interest of students in science and its inanx' fields, is sponsored hy Nlr. Morris. Besides their regular meetings, the nieinbers heard lectures bv various Oklahoma University professors, took field trips, and Visited the Bird Range at Okla- honia University. The officers are President, N. D. Moscoe, Vice President, John Davis, Sec- retary, Sharon Sellers, Treasurer, Joel liwing. lake it easy Janice, you're next!! Brian How- ard, Susan Brandt, Keary Hayes, and Janice Pace laugh it up at a meeting. Ralph Howenstine, Allen Parrish, Brian Howard, Ping Sheng, and Keary Hayes work on an experiment, E621 La Parisienne This year the French cluh has hecoine one of the more active cluhs at Norman High School. La Parisienne boasted its largest nieinhership ever with over sixty active ineinbers. Under the sponsorship of Mrs. Virginia Bell, the cluh held a French caroling party during the Christnias . ' each other. season. ln Lehruary, they went as a group to the French niovie, Les Quatre Cent Coups, shoxvn , . . , . 1 at Oklahoma Lniversitv. The nieinhers ot La Parisienne finished up their year with a party SCC,-Cf,,,4,-Q 311-S. BCH, 5P,,,,,,,,-A in the spring. All the ineinhers agreed that they have received a hetter understanding of the French language through the meeting and ac- . c e tivities of La Parisienne. A class of lfreneh students practice their lfrencli on La larisienne oflicers are Richard Green, President, llallas Dor sett, Treasurer, Karen XYynn, Vice President, Lynn Xlcfiartx .Xlenilmers of l.a Parisienne are, lfirxr l'0'1L'f Cheryl Todd, Lynda Todd, Karol Yeal, Suzy Anispacher, Nancy lfoxvler, Christine Smith, Dallas llorsett, Xlarilyn Ken- nedy, Klrs. Bell, Second ro-13: Klichela Ylach, Nancy McGee, lflaine Ketchani, Dianne Buckley, Catherine Ifxving, judy CllJ11lCgyS, ,-Xnna Nlaude Houck, Karen XYynn, Vera lieth Phillips. '1'bird rata' Lynne Crites, Vicki Burton, johnita XVharton, Xlary Ilarloxv, Laura llellani, Virginia liartlett, Susan XYright, Klegan Riley. I"0Hr7b row: Ronnie Reece, Bill Reece, Chad Roclcett, joe Richards, Rich- ard Clreen, jonathan Thayer, Tony Zulc, Brian lloward, joel lrixving. Xlilce Hall. Ififtb row: Mary Katherine Houck. judy Young, Shay Burnett, Becky johnson, Ann Haddock, Lindy Buck, janet Bradley. Karen Kunsniuller, Carol Donnell, Phyllis Gardner. Sixrfi rotten' Terri fXnderson, Barbara Bovvnian, De .-Xnn liarnes, Carol Shadid, judy Handy. Laurie SYCTIIIIICYCT, Marilyn .NleCarley. tm ' .A1E,.A . . A,A., ,1 : ,.:1,.,,, ,,,,.1 . , ,A,: E ,,::.,1A P -ffwfff -T 3 zzv -:.. :-1 1 x ' IPI f ,.,.-AA1:1:: 1 4,,....,.,,:,,,,,,,,.:,:.1 Q .,,,,,,,', 11 ,::- -':,. P "'A U ' - :, X ' Phil DcBerry points out the defects of his poster to Mrs. Fleming, Kay I.ynn Edwards, Tommi Collins, Megan Riley, and Susan Pace. Jeff LeBlanc works on his poster as Evelyn Flud, Judy Reid, john Hemphill, Virginia Gil- brath, Mike Taylor, and Royce Coffield ob- scrvc him. Artists This year the Art Department carried out many worthwhile projects. One of the more important of these was the "PUNT" campaign. The Norman High School Students in Art par- ticipated enthusiastically in this contest which was sponsored by the Norman Chamber of Com- merce. The Paint Dauber officers were Linda BiHle, Phil Oviatt, Dallas Dorsett, and Bob Landsaw. , x5,,4lV,,i: A: mea. ,. cpfsfwa-X . i64l I Tom Boyett, Mike Glasscock, Barbara Hamil- ton, Diane Brubaker, Phil Oviatt, Linda Don- nell, and joan Hensley enjoy working in art. Al Work Mrs. Alice Fleming has directed the Norman High School Art Department in school activities such as the picture of the week, the dynamic "Oklahoma!" sets, poster contests, and the posters for Senior Career Night. The students of the Art department take much pride in their work with water colors, tempera paint, pencil sketching, and clay. --ww--........,,,,,-, I,inda Biffle finds modern art inspiring as Charlotte Carter, Dallas Dorsett, Reas Dunn, Lynn Harper, and Barbara Fry agree. , J ..r., ,MM E3 I i!.nIwlIIg!IIIiII Paul Reynolds, Billy Ridgeway, Don Kerby, Claudia Griffin, Kay Iil'IlbC1'llIlg, and Carol Donnell admire Paul Kelly's poster. Xlrs. lflcniing instructs students in the finer points of art. Seated are Shirley XVomac and Susan Collins. Standing, from left to right, are james Strickland, Mrs. Fleming, Francis Glov- er, .lanicc XVilcoX, l-Jurwin Gaither, and l,con Suggs. E651 Marianne Siegmund, lilizabeth Sullenberger, Phyllis Gardner busily count votes for the Ugliest Boy Contest. Tiger Tales editors are Phyllis Gardner, Flizabeth Sullen- berger, Marianne Siegmund and Evelyn Gill. Did you know that Dick ask nie to .... " replied Kathy Laniirand to Bobbi jones, Sherre McConnell, Sharon Cramer, and Susan Sxviniley. Tiger Tales Mrs. W. I.. Childs is the sponsor of the hard working staff of the Norman High School Tiger Tales. Included in the twelve bi-monthly issues were special editions for the holidays and Senior Wfeek. Publishing Tiger Tales demands talent, training and long hours of work. People must be interviewed and news must be gathered, Writ- ten, and corrected. Eye-catching headlines niust be made. Reporters learn to express ideas con- cisely and clearly. Being a member of the Tiger Tales Staff requires much work but it is fun and educational. The editors and reporters of this year's staff have really come through with won- derful editions. Nlrs. Childs, sponsor, desperately holds on to her only two boys, Brent Giezentanner and Charles Kirtley. Future Teachers Members. Firrt rofw: Elaine Kruis, Larry Mellade, Marilyn Gay. Second row: David XVilliams, Janice Pace, Susan Pace, Cheryl Naifeh, Linda Spiller, Marianne Siegmund, Pam XVhittcn. Tbim"ro1w.' Karen Brewster, Linda Toberman, Vicki Burton, Ann Minniek, Charlotte Southcrland, Nl rs. Gatchel sponsor, Sylvia Dumas, Ann Adkins, Rosemary McGee, Linda Robinson. F t T h T k Tr' ps The Norman High School Future 'ilieachers of America is under the leadership of Mrs. Mary Gatehel. Some of their activities included at- tcnding the leadership workshop and luncheon at the UPA Building in Oklahoma City and the annual FTA Convention during the spring. I,ec- turers from the University have spoken to the group concerning the different phases of edu- cation. For those members of the organization interested in lilementary education, visits were conducted in the various grade schools. Larry Klcljade, Bill Perkins, Vicki Burton, Xlrs. Catchel, and Linda Toberman listen at- tentively during installation of officers and new members. - x i Ann Adkins, Rosemary McGee, Mrs. Gatchel, Larry Me- Dade, Susan Pace and .-Xnn Minnick get ready for a trip to Oklahoma City. Othcers installed are: lflaine Kruis, Historiang Linda Robinson, Secre- tary, Rosemary McGee, President, Ann Adkins, Vice-Presidentg and Marilyn Gay, Treasurer. Z' Spanish Club oflicers for the year were Karen Black, Treasurerg Marianne Siegmund, Vice Presidentg Air. Sumter, Sponsorg Larry Kle- Dade, Presidentg and Sara Culp, Secretary. ww,-a mm-vw-v lbllllllzl Jacobs and johnny Maddox challenge each other in the Spanish game. HBLlI'I'0.u Janice Nlcfiloverii, Larry Mclhde, and Guy licnge give a dem- onstration at Spanish Club meeting. N . ,QV ,ow ,. E 1 . ,C La Felicidad es La lengua suave de Mejico es romantica. 'lihe Spanish department has had a full year. For guest speakers they were privileged to have Miss Garbi Fspana, who spoke on life in Perug and Miss Diane Caylor, the student teacher, who spoke on becoming a Spanish teacher. Having been invited to attend the Spanish Fiesta which was held at the University of Okla- homa, Marty Nelson represented the club in a contest of all Oklahoma Spanish Club Queens. They are also invited to the Fiesta at Duncan which featured speakers from Mexico. Two Norman High School students, under the sponsorship of Duncan High School, are taking an educational trip to Mexico this coming summer. Ah! Klr. Sumter, be a fsportg l didnt mean to write Ill the text book! Please don't hit me with it! ...La Alegria De Vida 2 Santlra Busch and Diane Mead are slow at first, but they'rc catching on fastlfl Spanish Club nienilmers are-Firxt ro-13: Larry Xlclladc, johnny Matl- dox, Harriet Richey, Guy Benge. Second row: Janice .XlcGox'ern, Flizalxeth Sullcnburger, Linda Pan- ncll, Vicki Pence, Linda Stangcl, Kathy Busch, Sherry 'I'homas, Linda Xlclflhancy. Third row: Carolyn Schlosscr, Donna liruis, Linda Pratt, Diane Head, Sara Culp, Linda Hill, Sandra Busch, Klary Lou Orr, Carol Shadicl. Fozlwh row: Mr. Suinter, Patti Sharp, Marianne Sicgmund, Carol XlcDade, Maria Kay Gill, Paula Powers, Susan Tracy and Jan Frietllancler. Lnirnhrrr Replies Larry NlcDade, landa Hill, and Sara Culp. Spanish Club pu- llonna liruis, Chcrri Christian, and Kathy XYilliams take a look at sonic of the many Spanish posters in the Spanish room. lfinrr rms: Nancy Herrick. lfllixaheth lliekerson, Angela Amero, and Susan Sxvimley. Scrromf ro-w: Mike NVallcr, Ron Minnix, lilizabcth Sullenburger, Lindy Buck, Marianne Siegmund, Phyl- lis Gardner, and Kathy Lamirand. Third row: Bill Ball, Emma Jacobs, and Susan YVright. Fourth row: Connie Malloy, Judy Jones, and Shcrre McConnell. Showing off one edition of the Tiger Tales are Tales Stafifers Charles Kirtley, Evelyn Gill, and Bill Ball to TRAIL Staff Members Marty Nelson and Alvin Turner. FJA Reorganize Under the leadership of Mrs. Nellie Childs, the primary purpose of the Future journalists of America has been to encourage High School students in Journalism as a career. ln order to acquaint them with opportunities in the field, the twenty-four members have vis- ited the OU Oklahoma Daily, the Norman Transcript Press, and the Daily Oklahoman. Outstanding people in the Held of journalism have spoken to the group on several occasions. They have also exchanged meetings with the Shawnee journalist Club. Mr. Harold Belknap served as co-sponsor of the club, and it is named for him. Mr. Harold Belknap points out some of the better segments of newspaper work to the lij.-X officers for the year. They are Phyllis Gardner, President, Irllizabeth Sullenherger, Treasurer, Susan XVright, Vice-president: and Marianne Siegmund, Secre- f11I'V. Fmma Jacobs and Ron Xlinnix discuss the 1961 TRAIL as Connie fllalloy, Nancy Herrick, and Mike lValler look on with interest. joe XVender, Student Council President for 1961-62, has been an active member during each of his four vears at NHS. Student Council The purpose of the Student Council is to de- velop leadership among the students of Norman High, and to give them training in student gov- ernment. This governing body is one of the busiest and most important organizations of our school. Under the leadership of Mrs. Mabel Ritzman, the members of Student Council have conducted many activities. The annual Howdy Hop began the vear with a fun-filled evening. Later the organization was responsible for the many sock- hops, the Christmas Dance, Now or Never T.Veek, School Flections, the All School Dinner, and the Student Council Banquet. The new Student Assistant Program, which was a great success, was sponsored bv them. A better re- lationship with other schools was obtained with the "Boomer Conference Swap Shop." Xlrs. Ritxman takes time out from her busy "Oltlalionial" schedule to consult with Dick james and Charlotte Council on Student Council work. XYake up, folks! The Student Council Uilicers have worked industriously OD all year. They are lgfilllll Xliles, Secretaryg Robert lfleener, Yice-presidentg and Kay Lynn lfdwards, Treas- urer. STUDENT COUNCIL MILMBFRS. First row: Charlotte Council, Annie Mooney, Janice Schader, Christina Council, Bama Miles, Kay Lynn Edwards, Robert Fleener, Joe NVender, Dick llanmes, and Mike Ritz. Second row: Cherry Kay Grirlith, Carol Klellade, Diane Head, Becky Berry, Kay Blackburn, Susie Ainspacher, jim Hoover, Steve Bonner, and Brent Giezen- tanner. Third row: Susan XVright, Karen XVynn, Liz Riddle, Sharon Cranier, Vicki Loveless, Cheryl Todd, Patty Ragan, Kathi Straw, Bob Landsaxv, and Bobbi jones. Fonrfb To-zu: janet Suehy, Linda Pratt, Vicki Pence, Lena Oliphant, judy Miller, Mary Alice liurton, Linda l-lill, and Sara Culp. Fifth rote: Quanah Parker, l'frie lfeaver, judy Co1negys,Ken Maddox, Larry llarral. 1962 Victorious Year For and John Maddox. The Student Council Ofheers for the year direct one of the many bi-monthly meetings. They are Robert lleener, joe Vlender, Kay Lynn Fdxvards, and Bama ' 'I ss ... ,, ss ..,,., .. f .. ... s .. ., Kliles. Bzuna Xliles, Vicki Loveless, Judy I-leavener, Lena Oliphant, lbllllllll Jacobs, Linda Hill, Cheryl Harlfey, Sara Culp, Linda Pratt, and Diane Klead discuss the business of the Tiger Twister Connnittee. E721 T 'W Q ' . ,mud 4 Hlikc up, gang! Alert Student Council Mcn1I1c1's enjoy their inccring after unc- of the dinners designed to cn- hnncc 1lYfCl1d1ll'1L'L'. Council Teachers Projects IDI N l UL XQII -XI 'II IN XI LS 111 it c 1 0 Jutsnn XI111'i111111c SICglllLll1tI, Ifluinc Iiruis, Terri ,XIMIC1'S0l1, cixl X Us ll 111 1 nn Sl ic 1111 Ircvn. S-,'t,'U'1J' rms: Iinrcn B1'11tcI1c1', IILILIFLI IIAII11111. S1111- IUSLII Bud X ul1nsn11 Xtllll Cc11cIo11 Ilan -Xnn Belden XI 111 I Ll Orr, IDUIIIILI Krnis, and .-Xnn Adkins. 'lfvird mis: lflim- 1 SLIIILIIIJLIIQCI I lndx Bud I d1 Crum Lxnnl1 fodd Ixlml X I. Susan Dunn, Riclierd G1'ccl1, and Bill Stcx1'z11'r. I-'ulfrrl' wsu L 1 L cis 1 ICILII Annu cnniv. 1 in P11111 XXIIIITIQII, Cl1:1LI Rnclactr, 11nd 'IUI111 XI111'ti11, ,!l..B5H'Y, Y 'l'he Distributive lifdueation program enables students to have a job and xvorlc while still in high school and yet earn a credit. Under the direction of Mr. Hershel Antwine, the forty- eight members strive to develop cooperative and competent leadership in the field of distribution. ln March, tifteen DE members attended a con- vention in Oklahoma City. Mary Anne O'Con- nell was selected to represent Norman in the State DE Queen Contest in which she was iirst runner-up. ln April, a coronation was held for members, their parents, and their employers. Several of the Dli meetings featured breakfasts at the Lockett Hotel. Ifirxr roms, left to right: Dorothy johnson, Chaplin, Xlary :Xnne O'Connell, Historian, .Ioan Reed, Reporter, De :Xnn Salyer, Secretary. Suvfzllif ra-1L': Derrell Harris, Vice-President, l.arry Ward, President, lion Grissom, Treasurer. L'Oh, Larry, it's just the right shade for youlu laments Orvella Pierson to customer l,arry Xlclhde. First T0-Ziff Carolyn Ashton, joan Reed, Orvella Pierson, Henry Hensel, lieth Ann Findlay, Ruby Handxvorlc lfoxvler, Mary Anne O'Connell, Hr. ,-Xntxvine. Scfomf 7'0'IL'.' Marilyn Roberson, Glenda Hatfield, Ronnie Bell, .lim McCracken, Glenda Mc- Clure, Ann Ross, Barbara Boeslfin, Elaine Xleiser. Third row: Mike Glasscocli, Larry Ward, .lim Rice, :Xlvin Reed, jim Lough- miller, Don Grissom, Darla Tolson, and Gxven Cossey. The Future Homemakers of America. having the motto "foward New Horizons," strives to learn how to make a better world to live in to- morrow. This year with the guidance of Mrs. Rollett, the girls met every Monday morning planning and carrying out many worthwhile projects. In December the club held a bazaar to raise money, and they sold cook books for the same purpose. For their Easter project, they decorated gayly colored eggs and sent them to the Municipal Hospital, Cerebral Palsy Insti- tute, and the State Hospital. A state F.H.A. rally. attended by over fifteen thousand girls, was held in Oklahoma City. Officers attended the district F.H.A. meeting in XVashington, Oklahoma. Firsf row: Ramona XVilson, Shirley Brown, Eileen Adair, Cherie Burns, Barbara Music and Karen Buren. Second row: Coita jo Madden, Virginia McCaslin, Sharon Prnett, Allene Dennis, and Marilyn lack. Girls Train For Future l'iiI'NI row: Linda Haines, Kathryn Hansmeyer, Sandra llardesty, Barbara Burrow, and Marie King. Second roms: Mrs. Rollett, Club Ramona XVilson and Linda llames try their technique at some 'Lexoticv dishes in the Home-lic room. sponsor, Linda Tobernian, Xlartha Smith, Rachelle Robson, and Kay Blackburn. iii l75l Chorus Activities Create Memories During the spring, the Choral department of Norman High attended a district contest at Oklahoma City University and a state contest at Stillwater. Part of the group was selected to attend all-state Choral Clinic at Qlclahoma Uni- versity. Not only did they assist the band in an in- spiring Christmas concert, but they also pre- sented a beautiful Thanksgiving program in an assembly. They received much acclaim for their own Christmas assembly and concert. The de- , partment made several appearances at various civic clubs and churches throughout the vear. l -e The spring concert was a big success, but they really ended the year riffht with the hit musical "7 K'0klahoma!" The ofificers for the vear were: Sing along with Mrs. KVhite. President, David Sears, Vice President, Louise Pope, Secretary, Suzv Gruberg Historian, Liz Riddle. lfirsz rofuz' Mary Anne XValters, Cordelia Stone, Kathy Straw, Lamond Fischer, linda Beardslec, Karen Green, Nancy Iilxvell, Sharon Pruett. Second Vow: Farrie Young, Ann Clark, Carlene McCracken, Marilyn McCarley, Patsy Vaughn, Francine Korgan, Janice McGovern, Linda W'ilson, Vicki McNeeley Cynthia Smith. Third row: Lena Oliphant, Linda Moore, Linda Pratt, Sara Hamilton, Sharon Cramer, Anne Lovorn, Rita Rud kin, jill Vtfade, judy Bell, Joyce Rogers, Loyce Rogers. l76l The niixed ehorus includes. lfirxt row: Virginia KIcCaslin, Mary jolley, Darlene XVise, linda Roberrsong Chien Cossey, Carolyn Kleljherson, Bobbi jones. Suvomi ro-w: Nanev Cowan, Yalli Powell, Linda Haines, -Ierry Cain, Dean Brown, Gordon Saxton, -lay jackson, Connie llielunan, Suzy Gruber, Cheryl Naifeh. Third 1'0'1l.'Z l.ynn fXleCarry. Mary Anne O'Connell, Karen Brateher, lfred 'XYalden, Norman Patrick, Eddie Gilbert, David Sears, Billy Lindsay, Kent Xlurrell, Xlary Price, Paula Plosila, .ludy -Iudd. 1"07l1'1'h rms: .Xnne Xdkins, l.aDonna Pierce, liiz Riddle, Rochelle Robson, Susanne Black, lfarl Bishop, Basil llurry, Kenneth Xlelnturfl, .lim Giles, Tommy Summers, Ronnie Shcrril, Dick Keini, Barbara Xlusie, Nleg Raines, Carol Deason, Diana llalnilron. The Boys' Double Quartet, including, I"i1'xf roixi jay jackson, David Sears, Billy Lindsay, Norman Patrick. Scronif row: Dean Brown, Gordon Sax- on, jim Giles, and Basil Ilurry, sing x'XYe Dish You .AX Xlerry Christnias." "I told you all it Xx'ouldn'r work! 5" gloats Darlene XYise to the other nienibers of the Ciirlsi Quarter who are, from left to right: Darlene Wise. Liz Riddle, Gwen Cossey, and .Xleg Raines. Valli Powell is seared at the piano. l77l Fir,vr row: l.intla Harwell, Marcella lVise, Sharon Howard, Nancy Carpenter, Loretta Little, Janie Henderson. Second row: Pat Crawford, Martha Smith, Billie jo Bryant, Judy Sudtlath, Dorothy Barnett, june Bray, Helen Morgan, Linda Kctner, Donna Harris. Tliim' ro-tu: Catherine Gill, Kathy YVillianis, Melody Scroggins. Charlene Vfisc, Kay Blackburn, Flveta Stark, jonnie Sinith, Carol l.ane, Llarline Rogers, Marsha llunt. Barbara Burrow. Fonrrly row: VViln1a Collett, Alariecae Lccklider, lilizalweth lforee. .Nlary jean MeNeely, janet Suchy, lllene Kerscy, Eileen Adair, Beverly Adkins, lfflaine Craig, Jacque XVallace, Minnie Seheihing, lleeky johnson, Jane .-Xnn Robertson, Dinah Brenclle. Chorus ollict-ra for the year were, from left to right, Louise Pope, vice-president, Suzy Gruber, secretary, Liz Riddle, historiann and David Sears, president. fsifff ro-13: Paula Powers, Cmuinie Xlalluy, Nancy O'Xcal, Xlarianne Siegniund, Carolyn Xleiscr, Margaret Langley, Toni Ross, jackie Myers, Maria Kay Gill. Sefond ro-zu: Judy Tiller, Suzi Richarclaon, jean llumpliries, .lan liirlninghani, Judy Heayner, lfliralmetli Bell, Laura Xlillianis, Mary Ann Belden, XVanda DeVault, Sharon Jones, Joyce Bailey. Third Tots: Linda Cleveland, Donann Toler, Linda XVillia1ns, Karen Thoinas, Donna Kruis, jane lVatsun. Xlary Tullius, Carolyn Reed, Karen XleCunnell, Joyce Vfaters, Grace Thompson, Angela Parnell, Virginia Grace, Kathy Cowan, Sherry lYaller. .4 ww---V,-,,, X ,. V, y vw-n ., Q . .ay . , mwvaa V, V ,, -1:-wmmu-Qwwmw ,mm Curly and l.nurie, llavinl Sears and Karen Bra tcli er, advertise rlie all school play "Ulclalioinnl during the parade tlirougli Norman. Chorus Excells in "OkIahoma!" The sophomore girls' triple trio consists of: Ifirxt row: Paula Powers, Lena Ulipliant, Toni Russ, Xlariii Kay Gill. Sammi ro-wr judy Tiller, Nlelbii .-Xbsliire, Ann Clark, Margaret Langley, jackie Myers and accompanist Nancy O'Nefil, See tlie girls with tlie red dresses mil The trio, eulekwise, Nancy Richey Karen llratelier, Linda Haines, and their accompanist, Nancy Cowan, can sing :ill niglit lung. U9 Oiiieers are left to right: Judy Judd, Treasurer, Carolyn McPherson, Parliamentarian, Judy Young Cseatedb. Pres- ident, Susan Collins, Vice-President, Linda Robertson, Secretary, and Ann Ketcham, Historian. Future Nurses The Future Nurses of America have spent a worthwhile year performing servies for the Com- munity and exploring the world of nursing. The girls enrolled in a Red Cross training program to learn the Hner points of nursing the sick and injured. The girls also worked at the Cerebral Palsy Hospital, Municipal Hospital, and they helped at Central State during the holidays. Members of the club visited schools of nursing during the year. In addition, they took part in the Christmas Seal and the Heart Fund drives. Members are left to right: First row: Ann licteham, Mary Katherine Houck, Ilarriet Branton, and Celeste Poteet. Sammi ro-w: Johnnie Smith, Jeannie Hetlin, Marty Nelson, and Judy Haynes. Marty Nelson, Harriet liranton, Johnnie Ruth Smith and a visitor attend one of the many lfuture Nurses' meetings. lI30l Serve Nlrs. Roane and lflixabeth Bell demonstrate the best method of getting a blanket under an injured person as Mary Southerland, Laurie Steinnieyer, Darlene Farrar, Shelley Robson, and lilaine Ketchanl look on. Members are left to right: lfirrf ro1:.' lilaine Ketehani, Carol Gray, lilizabeth Bell, Darlene Farrar, Linda Robertson, johnita XVharton, and .Xlillie XVaggoner. Second rms: Shelly Robson, Carole Deein, Barbara Burrow, Mary Southerland, Laurie Steinmeyer, Judy Young, Judith judd, Carolyn Xleljherson, and Susan Collins. The sponsors who have guided the lfuture Nurses through a wonderful year of gaining experience in the field of nursing are left to right: Klrs. Al. B. XXillll21l11S, school faculty, Mrs. T. A. Ragen, representing the Auxiliary of the A-Xjl.,-X., and Mrs. Bernice Armstrong representing the nurses of Norman. ,Xlillie XYaggoner, johnita XYharton and judy Young attend a class given by the Norman Chap ter of the Red Cross under the direction of Mrs Roane a nurse of Norman. v Dill The Tiger Teams were backed by the Gingersnaps in all sports dur- ing the year. Here they cheer the basketball team on to victory. Bobbi Jones, shown here just after putting up signs for a game day, has done much for the pep club as mascot this year. Tigers On To Under the leadership of Miss Florence Peve- house and Mrs. Sue Kendall, the Gingersnaps have upheld and followed the tradition of fine support and enthusiasm for Norman High's athletic activities. VVorthwhile projects this year included col- lecting money for the Oklahoma Medical Re- search Foundation and for the March of Dimes. They participated in making the first annual All Sports Queen Coronation a great success. The girls, aided by the "N" Club members. end- ed the year with a bang with the annual letter- man's picnic in honor of all athletes. NHS LettcrmenF?? Admiring the big new letters for their sweaters. as modeled by President Judy Orth, and the oflicers for the year. They are limma Jacobs, Treasurer, Diane Bru- baker and Suzy Gruber, Snapper- uppers, Janice Schader, Historiang Mary Jean McNeely, Vice-president, Barbara Bowman, .Parliamentariang Sherry Thomas, Attendance Secre- tary, Janet Suchy, Correspondence Secretaryg Cheryl Naifeh, Reporter, and Jean Finney, Alternate Tiger Mascot. Xliss Pevehouse admires the tiger head, belonging to Xlrs. Kendall, which she keeps in her othce. As the cilHQ'L'1'SI11lp sponsors for 1961-62, they helped the girls in many ways. Victory - Go! Go! U,-Xll right, Klr. Chet Ness, we're coming after you." Judy Ryan, Karol Veal, Lynn Patterson, and Janie Snlyer portray the hlmd guys" nt Ll pep rally. lhe E902 Cheerleaders did much for the Tiger 'lieums with their pep, eheerfp und. nminlv the interevt thev took in sports. Ihey are Linda Moreu, Sue Ann YVhite, Kay 'I'anlcersley, Karen llC2l Black, Harriet Rich- ey, :ind Judy Carpenter. l83l The Cingersnap otlieers worked especially hard during the school year. Here judy Orth and Sherry Thomas take dues from Cherie Burns during enrollment. 'Oooohl Those great big Tiger terrors took Statelw Christina Council, portraying Nlrs. Ritz- man, conveys her excitement to Diane Brubaker in one of the many pep rallies. Pep Club Roots Tigers On Their Way Ifiryt ro-w: Sharon XViison, Celeste Poteet, Emma jacobs, Cheryl Naifeh, Sherry Thornas, judy Orth, Suzy Gruber, Diane Bru- baker, Barbara Bowman, janet Suehy, Mary jean Xlcfseely, and janiee Sehatler. Sctovzd rms: Kathy Lamirand, Susie Black, ljlizabeth Sullcnburger, Cheryl Harkey, Marilyn Lack, Kathy Lack LaDonna Haden, Pat Tullius, Judith liinford, Anna Xlaude Houck, Erma Moody, and jo Sharp. Tlaini ro-wz Patti Sharp, lilaine Kruis, Marianne Sieginund, Linda Spiller, Linda Robertson, Deanna McConnell, Kathy Xxvllll21ll1S, Sandra Hardesty, Catherine Gill, Xlarilyn Young, and Evelyn Gill. lfozlrrb rms: Phyllis Gardner, Dorothy Cornelison, judy Young, Terri Anderson, Rosie McGee, Janell KlcCombs, Ann Xlinnix, jan Coffey, Billie Jo Bryant, Martha Smith, Diane Brendle, Rachelle Robson. Fifth row: Cherie Burns, Angela i-Xmero, Susan Swimley, Chris- tina Council, Kay Lynn Edwards, Elaine Swank, Louise Pope, LaDonna Pierce, Connie Hickman, and Elizabeth Force. Sixth row: Alecia Shobert, Linda Donnell, Carole Hemminger, Annie Laurie Klooney, jean Finney, Charlotte Council, Bama Xliles, and Nancy Carter. 1, .jf 4 AW E is nr iw First row: Becky Johnson, Ann Haddock, Becky Berry, Barbara Sellers, Mary Alice Iiurton, Linda Beardslee, NVanda XVest, Mary Lou Orr, Virginia Bartlett, Mary Ann Beldon, Nona Gordon, and Judy Jones. Second row: Karen Boren, Marilyn Me- Carley, Carol LeBlanc, Vera Beth Phillips, Jackie Meyers, Janet Bradley, Judy Tiller, Dana Davis, Suzy Richardson, I.aura Hallam, Melha Abshire, and Sandra Polk. Third row: Connie Malloy, Mary Harlow, Susan Pace, Ann XVacker, Carolyn Coates, Karen Thomas, Joan XVileox, Judy Bell, Barbara Nstridge, Eileen Adair, Tommie Collins, and Angela Parnell. Fourth row: Carolyn Shefier, Linda lfritch, Jo Nell Price, Kaye Forbes, Marilyn Coates, Nancy Herrick, Susan Corhin, Linda Pratt, and Janet Bloomer. Skits, Cheers, Boost Tiger Spirit 'LAnd Tl-IIS is our hero?" laughs Vicki Pence to Gnyanne Calame, Diane Mead, Cherry Kay Griiiith, Linda Hill, Carol Mcllade, and Linda Beardslee as they clown around in the Student Center after school. fill Mother's little helpers, Carol Chipman, Mary Harlow, Susan Tracy, Sharon YVilson, and Sly Burnett, man- age to have a good time while they help put up signs for a pep rally. ren J "And here we have the two tillers of N.ll.S." Diane Brubaker makes this introduction of Kay l,ynn lidxyards and Bama Miles in the pep rally honoring the football players. The Victory marches to the stadium were some of the many small things that helped make this year the hest 5 ever in N.H.S. First rome: Shirley Brown, Joyce Bailey, Shirley XVomack, Kay Kimherling, Mary Southerland, Sylvia Dumas, Jeannie Dragoo, Jan Birmingham, Kathi Straw, Vicki Pence, Carol MeDade, Cherry Kay Griffith, and Maria Kay Gill. Second V0-1:1 Candy Drilling, Toni Ross, Donna Kruis, Nancy lflwell, Kathy Kuhlman, Ciuyanne Calame, Judy lleayener, Carol Henderson. Don- ann Toler, Linda Hill, Sara Culp, and Diane Mead. Third www: Uma Ruth Beauchamp, Margaret Langley, Carol Taylor, Laura Williams, Rita Rudkins, lfarrie Young, Linda Pannell, Sandra Busch, Nancy Oiffeil, Marilyn Kennedy, Jill Sellers, Paula Pow- ers, Lynn Harper, and Sandy Tcrhune. Fofzrzh row: Judy Miller, Ima McDonald, Carolyn lfllis, Dorothy Ross, Kay Giezen- tanner, Pam YYinters, l.auric Steinmeyer, Shay Burnett, Janet Morris, Megan Riley, Dianne Buckley, Judi Childress, Elizabeth Bell and Janice McGovern, D471 Be 2 J Eff iff was is if wwf? xx? . I V ' ' ' V40 I f . ,f ,1 ' - . , . iR7iki?5ikikil7ii?i?i?iXiki?+i f 5 N -9: 2 "-': 1 :f. 2 f e ,Q g: 1 S . - .-,.,,:.:, V 2 Q 1 901 Four Queens Chosen In '62 A dream of many girls in Norman High but the attainment of only a few is the honor of being elected queen. A queen represents not only popularity, but also the qualities of high character, outstanding ability, and true school spirit. Representing the entire student body as the first All-School Queen is Linda Moreu. Cyn- thia Smith was selected by the athletes from all sports to bc the first All-Sports Queen. FFA is well represented by Kathy Lack. Mary Anne O'Connell was elected queen by the Distributive lfducation Club. The queens as named above are, left to right: Mary Anne O'Connell, Kathy Lack, Linda Morcu, and Cynthia Smith. F.F.A.QUE D.E.QUEEN WBA mary .Anne OG SENIOR WUJ ,jzaflzy opacl S E N I O R EN i . , 'v . V, 'wx I Wg .A , M' W5 gynflzia Smim J U N I O R Ink' ' +1 , . QE, .,., ,.,,A , 'Wi , A I X in olznzla Wo:-eu .Z s E N I o R KW if Sr- ' , X i I aw ' nQ.,1-D f' 'S ',Q-vw 344414 3' ' ' . ' R d This year NHS can boast live National Merit Finalists. They were Clmck row! Brian How- ard. Ralph lulowenstein, joe XVender, ffTU711' ro-tel Kathy Ewing, and Meg Raines. Students Take ..... Winning the Garrison Award this year were Mike Ritz, David Robinson and Greg Huff. The Garrison Award is presented each year to the football player or players with the highest grade average. l94T The honors distributed among NHS students are few compared to the number of Hne students considered. The recipients of these honors are leaders in every way. They are dependable, in- telligent, considerate, get along will with their fellow students, and excell in various things. Some are athletes, other musicians or artists, still others are simply well liked and friendly. Some excell in their studies because of their willingness to work as well as their intelligence. Rach student on these pages was chosen be- cause of some distinguishing characteristic, and each represents Norman High well. F i QQQEQ M350 King WHS fl1iS YC1U'i5 f4'ClPiC'lf of the BCUY Cl'0Ckf" The three straight A seniors are Ralph Hovvenstcin, Nancy Plwafd- Carter, and Kathy livving. Individual Honors Rlcinlmers of the 1961-62 Honor Society vvere: lfirst ro-1: lleft to rightlz David Sears, Brent Giezentanner, Dick james, Kay Tankerslcy, Nancy Carter, judy Orth, Karen Black, jo Sharp, .Iannell McComb, Dvvain Ballew, joe lVcndcr, and Robert lflcener. Second row: David Robinson, Darrell Throvver, XYalter Saucicr, Nancy lfovvler. Patty Sharp, Linda Donnell, Terri Anderson, Marianne Siegniund, Phyllis Gardner, Steve Bonner. Brian Howard, Ralph Hovvenstein. Tlnira' ro-zu: Charles Tuck- er, Robert Logan, jini Hoover, .Xleg Raines, Kathy livving, liarlmara Bowman, Deanna jackson, Xlarie King, -ludith Binford, Frank Olney, john Davis, Klilie Ritz. l"0m'r1J rms: N. D. Xloscoe, Bart XVard. Phil Liiccoclc, Xlary llouelc, .lanicc Pace, l.inda Crews, Dallas Dorsett, .Xlarilyn Gay, l.iZ Riddle. Greg llutf. Joel Ewing, lfrie lfeaver. Trip ro-12: joc Flippo, Nancy YVard. Pat McPherson, .Nlary King, .Indy judd, Carolyn Schlosser, Ken Xlacldov. l95l WWW NHS Boasts Beauty and Brains Students elected to XVho,s XVho this year were flefr to rigbrjz Karen XVynn, Steve Bonner, Maria Kay Gill, Dick James, Di- ane Mead, Carol MeDade, Robert Fleener, Sharon Cramer, David Sears, and liiz Riddle. Not pictured are Bill Cook, Ken Danner, Bob Ritz, Gary King, and John MeCray. 'llhe lillcs' Leadership Award for 1962 was presented to Marty Nelson represented Norman High in the Spanish- jiidy Orth and -lim Hoover. American Fiesta. l96l High Honors In NHS The girls chosen by the Business and Professional VVOIIICIISS Club as their "girl of the month" were Terri Anderson, Judith Binford, Barbara Bowinfm, Nancy Carter, Linda Aloreu, and Bama Miles. Larry Bcrglan was chosen "Ugliest Boy" for obvious reasons. Km' "l'nnlc" 'lianlierslev was chosen l7ricnalliCsr Senior. l97l , , ,, WW, r The delegates to Girls and Boys State were Cleft 70 rigbrl: Nancy Carter, Dick james, Barbara Bowman, Dwaiu Ballew, Judy W Orth and joe YYender. N r r r r Activities Scholarship The Junior Rotarians were Doug Danuer, Dwain Ballew, joe XYender and Steve licmuer. E981 Chosen as Lions Club Students of the Month were Kleff to rigbriz Marianne Sicgniund, lilimbctli Snllcnburgcr, Brian Howard tludy Orrh, and Nancy Carter. Not picturcd is David Boyd. Give High Honors The Honor Society oriicers for 1962 were Neff 10 riglarf: Nancy Carter, joe XVcndcr, Barbara BUNVINQIII, Dick jznncs, and .Indy fyffil. E99 ,fnawad vfkvikikikvikiifikikikikikikxikikw 'W . f V, SfkSi?5ii?i1?vL?vil7vi?'i? 'i?, ,jk7fkil7Ski? 2 4 A r 1 A Q 1 5 E r L 5 X . x Dwain Ballew is approaching the goal line for a sure touchdown in one of the many critical games this season. Below are the live proud coaches of the NHS football team' Bert Corr, XVray Littleiohn, Homer Simmons Gene Corrotto, Dale Ernst, and the State AA Cham- -IT I G d pionship Trophy. Liozj This year the great Tiger football team won acclaim and honor from the student body and the town of Norman for their excellent season, with its I0-0-1 record, which was climaxed with their I2-6 victory over Capitol Hill for the Class AA State Championship. Under the ex- pert coaching of head coach Gene Corrotto and his assistants, Homer Simmons, lVray Littleiohn, Dale Ernst, and Bert Corr, the Tigers gained the team spirit and ability needed for a champion- ship team. One tackle, john McCray, was award- ed l.ineman of the Year in the Boomer Confer- ence, and Coach Gene Corrotto was awarded Coach of the Year. Four of our team members, George Capehart, Dwight johnson, john Alc- Cray, Ervin Roley, were nominated to the VVig- wam Wisetiiaii National Highschool All-Ameri- can Team. Also .lohn McCray and Ervin Roles' were selected for the All-State Team. mlm XlcC1'nv, Doug Danncr and Dwuin Bnllcw thc three cc l K Y , captains. arc Iwlding thc lioumcr Conference Tropluy. Champs For '62 c,?llfll'ICI'lJ11Cli Dwight jolmsou is crossmg the goal lim with Ll Cnpitul Hill punt for an 88 yard rmlclmdmvrl. Coy licncy, -Iulm xlCCl':ly. Holm Ritz, Dick XYl1irc, lfrvin Rulcy, Doug' limmcr, mul Bob Henry mnlcc up rhc winning line of thc NHS 'lligcrx D031 XL, 'Z' ,WM During practice last summer the Norman High School football team worked out with great C11- thusiasm as shown here. Paul Updcgraff Larry Bcrglzm Gary King Dwight Johnson Marc Murphy Carey Lambeth K i i-I llbb , J I llzzzzzzzzz Dwain Ballew , ,.... ,.,l. 5 1'-' , A Kenneth F oss Y ' , :.:.:. rrz, lt ..,.., George Capeharr 4 , l:-l-tt i ...,,,, , is ::':ff '-:' .--'- Q '- 51041 First row: Bobby Moore, Bud McDaniel, Bob Thompson, Marc Murphy, Dwain Ballew, Bill Lockett, Carey Lambeth, jerry lirnest, Larry Dilks, Larry Berglan, Ken Danner, and jim Mclflrath. Second row: Robert VVilliams, Rusty Neel, Barton johnson, Dick Hfilliams, jerry XVilson, john Hemphill, Bobby Ritz, john McCray, Ken Foss, Mike Col- lins, Mike VVashburn, johnny Thompson, jim XVells, Bruce llolsey, and Mike Sharp. Third row: Coach Corrotto, Gregg Huff, David Robinson, Frank Dabney, Gary VVilliams. Ronnie Morris, Lynn Keim, james Strickland, Bobby Marcy, Sherrill Munn, Mike I-luddleston, Dick Clark, David Behrman, Coach Simmons. Fourtla row: Coach Little- iohn, Tommy Hayes, Bob Clark, Don Allen, David Sears, Paul Updegraif, Mike Ritz, Coy Kersey, Randy King, Bob Beary, Dwight jolmson, lfrvin Roley, Dick XYhite, Max Murrell, Mike Hall, and Don Hickman. interceptions during the Shawnee game. H Nommn. . . Cqmd HM. . 8 Z4 LJOYHIHH . . lJUfH3Hl City . . . I4 14- Tlornian . . . fXda . . 8 59 Flornian . . . llel Clty . 6 30 Norman . . Lawton . . 7 46 Plornian . . . Shaxvnee . 8 56 Norman . . . Northeast . 0 30 Tlornian . . Clhickasha . . 14 30 Nonnmi. . Armnme . 0 6 Norman . . Duncan . . 6 -+2 Norman. . Ifnid . . 12 Mare Murphy is intercepting one of the four Norman U05 The football tcnm lmcclrs at thc sidclinc awaiting enthusiastically to hc put into the game. ' 1 ,A A - 1- , Rusty NCCI E A 79 3 -1 is K WW 1 :nu W1 ' Kenneth Dzmner 1 "QQ "AA 1 1 .. ff 1 .,.,. ' 'W L 1. .... 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Ei K , 1 11 ff-1 1:1 111 11, A M 5,16 f 1 1 111111111111 1 111111111111 1 ,W 111111111 R11 1,111 Ii' 1 ""' '11':::' 73 1 . ':"- 1 .1.1.. 1 ' 11 ? 'A :"' Q1 John xlcrm :V :I :l...:- 5 I ', X, I I lf". ti , A A 1 A ' 1 -1.1.' 1:1 1.. 1f"' 1 f 1 "' f i XVI' 1 1 1 ' 1061 I lirvin Rulcv, john Nlcfirny, and Bill Lockett lead the way Bud Klcllnni Rzmnly King .Nlilcc Collins cl for n tuuclmtdown by Rusty Noel during thc 'Norrlmcast gamc. lfrnnk Dabney Boll Bcaty Doug Danncr Coy Kcrscy lien Voss runs downflcld for Ll sulwstzmtinl gain. Bolxlmy .Xlnrsec Klilcc Hill L V al ':'.VV' 2, K VR .2 1. ,larry Ernest Q :"' ' X I if b Q 2 O l L A, :-l Xlilic Hucldlcsmn 10 qlll 0 " 4 E A ' 9 Sl l.' I 'zil ' f .,.: ..1:l' A - Q X :-v ge, f--' , A -1-1-1 ' Aff ,, l 107 :Xda Cougar jumps through Tigers for a basket. Mike Roberts steals ball from Midwest City player. mai Kent Thomsen snatchcs ball from Ardmore plavci T I I-I Making a great comeback after losing nine Seniors, the 1962 Norman High School basket- ball team has worked hard to live up to the standards of the Norman Tigers. XVith only four returning Seniors, eight juniors. and one Sophomore, Coach Chet Bryan started from scratch and led his team to a I2-8 record. This included victories over manv of the top teams in the state. Rick Kersev was selected to be a member of the Boomer Conference All-Star Team. Rick is the first Sophomore ever to receive a position on the iirst squad. Kent Thomsen, jim Patter- son, and Steve Tavlor were awarded honorable mention. Returning next year will be eight tirst-team juniors and many prospective Sophomores, mak- ing the Norman Tigers one of thc best teams in Oklahoma. -lim PllTft'I'9Ul1 pops unc in during Duncan game. Gggd Season Luff to l'f4Q'f1f.' Crmclm Chet Hrynm, Lcsliu lfcrtig, Garv King, David Ix'c1'so11, Paul L'pdcg1'11tT, Kent pl-IIUIIISCII, jim Pnttc1'so11, Rick Kcricy, Clcnc I5nL111mn, jack Hcrrom, Hikc Roberts, Basil Hurry. Stcvc 'l'uylo1', .IQIIUCS XYnlkcr. and Klnnugcr Joe Moody. H091 Team Improves Throughout Year 5 7 at as H .. ' - ' Boys watch Duncan Caine with eager interest. liorh Tigers and Cougars jump for rebound. iioj Norman Norman Norman Norman No rman Norman Norman Norman Norman Norman Norman Norman Norman Norman Norman Norman Norman Norman Norman Norman 62 Scores 58 . . Tulsa Webster 38 . . Tulsa Hale 5 2 . . . . linid 69 . . Douglas 5 1 . . Shawnee 50 . . El Reno 56 . . D u n e an -H . . Ardmore 54 . . . . Chiekasha 60 . . Midwest City 5 4 . . . . Lawton 63 . . Fl Reno 64 . . A rdmore . . . .Ada . . Duncan 58 . . Shawnee 60 . . Chiekasha . . . Ada 68 . .... Lawton 59 . . Midwest City D m r lu ringfif: Conch llolm XYi1liams, lirucc Hnlscy, Larry iillfgiilll. .Iulm lfimicy, Dick Clark, ,lay XV1lrd, .Inc lflippu, CAN Nnbb, Boll Clark, Smlford Nlcficc. Bill Cook, Terry ifisclicig Dun Alien, Clary cl0I'l'Ul'l'U, -lulmny Dunczm, Brent llnrris 1y Crocker, Rav Nlzlggard, and XILIIILIQCI' Don Kirby. .lim l'a1trcl'sm1 :md .xiliit Rolmcrrm try for lmll. i i i i i licrscx' iumpx nlmvu Cliiclmslm illl'Cl'fCI'CI1CC. fl ll Perry Brown is about to malce an escape. Tommy Gowens has his man almost pinned. D121 decide what to do. 1962: Wrestling The 1962 Vlfrestling team has filled Norman High with much pride in this, the finest of their four seasons of wrestling. Although they were defeated in three out of their Hrst four matches, the Tiger grapplers improved rapidly and came out vietoriously in five of their last seven meets. The boys, trained by Coach Bert Corr, were led to sixty individual wins over forty-eight losses. The Norman VVrestling team also pro- duced four outstanding boys who qualified for the State Tournament. They were Tommy Gowens at ninety-eight pounds, Bobby Moring at one hundred thirty-six, Alvin Reed at one hundred forty-eight, and Dennis Maxwell at one hundred fifty-seven pounds. We all agree that our wrestling team has represented Norman High with the finest possible efforts and spirit, and we will always remember them proudly as one of the outstanding groups of Norman High School. Randy King, NfJl'Il1xll1iS heavyweight man, is trying tm Alvin Reed has control of 21 Northwest Classen grappler. Dickie Dilks is entangled with a Capitol Hill boy. Team's Best Year Sitting: Toniniy Cowens, Carol Iiiglitower, Brent Giezentnnncr, Mike Cox, Diekie Dilks, Bobby Moring, Vern Primrose, A1- vin Reed. Dennis Maxwell, Pete Bell, jerry lirnest, Randy King. Sfflllrlfllgf Coach Corr, Robert Sims, Richard McVVillia1ns, johnny Martin. Jinx I,aek, Steve Bryan, Ricky Ernest, Glenn Miller, john Davis, Hike Huddleston, Steve XVilson, Pat Mahaffey, Bud McDaniel, Ifreddv Ilatcher, Randv Craddoek, Ken Maddox, Richard Green, Darrell Blackburn, Milton Sanders, and Vern Ch ristian. Lnsj Some of the team take a breather before their time at the bat during workout. Baseball, the American sport, has flourished greatly the last few years at Norman High. Under the fine leadership of Coach jim Parks, the Tiger baseball team has done an excellent job on the diamond this year. The Norman club was victorious in three of the first seven matches keeping up with the record they have had for several years. The team played Lawton, Chicka- sha, and Casady, splitting all three of these matches. They were defeated by Tulsa Webster in a very close game at Tulsa. Many seniors saw action on the diamond for the last time this year. They will be missed greatly next year, but replacements from the junior and sophomore classes will make the fu- ture brighter than ever for the Norman High School Baseball team. 1 John McCray displayed much of his fine agility during the '62 Baseball season. time I:114:l Visclier, Bill Cook, Kent Thompson, Coy liersey, Rick Kcrsey, and lizra Boggs. A great addition to this yearls Baseball team was sopho more Ricky Kersey, who played at first base. '62 Baseball lfirrr row: Coach jim Parks, Klilton Strain, Gary King, john Me- Cray, Leslie lfertig, and john Thompson. Second row: David lverson, Tom Combs, Paul L'pdegraf'l, Denny Hopkins, Sammy Hatcher, Rusty Neel, and Bob Thompson. Third row: Terry George Farley executes an intricate dive. Swim ming '62 Nlemhers of the sxvimming team are: lfirtr rn-tr: Larry l,ay- y, Robert Reed, Pete Xlalme, Wayne Cheek, Bill Bavinger, cle Olney, 'liommy Haxlexyood, and Gene llines. Second Its: lfranlt Olney, David Wilson. .lim Roxven, Alex XYhistle1'. ler sry Reed. Hill XYoodson, jet? Xyatson, George lfarley, 'l'om ompson, Robert lfleener, Steve Bonner, and Coach linteh Simpson. ry Baglmy, Steve Raymond and Tom Swain. 'lfiilul' rote: Robert Fleener, Steve Bonner Con the endslg and XYray little- iohn, Butch Simpson Cin the eenterlg are co-captains and coaches respectively. The Norman High School swimming team, in its sixth year of action, had four very excit- ing meets this year. They lost all four of the meets, but through grueling practice, which was started late this year, they improved after each meet. The final swimming event of each year is the State High School Swimming Kleet. Nor- man entered all of the members of the swimming team. They all gave a shining performance at the meet. This year the team elected Robert Fleener and Steve Bonner as co-captains. Butch Simp- son, their coach, did an excellent job this year. Coach VVray littlejohn did an admirable piece of work in the arrangement of all the meets in which the sxvimmers competed. All of Norman High is looking forward to a great season for their swimming team next year. Steve Bonner practices diligently on his starts during Worlcouts. Ln.5J . , te 'sw sa' -?-if ., H'-:?':M. s-Q4 - -wtfQ-vw'.w1.,-4-at-sv" 'W -'-' 2 ' fr get v M " -V Q ' " .. 3, A if 6 " '- ' ' V N -- . 1 ,. 42" ' J ":2i.52:'5T,.. " :?2?:1::.C.?i -' .qu ' . 6.1"-3272 12- . Y .' ": - , ,?,r.'3f ,. 'f,1':sF'i1v 1 -. , gf M .,w'mu, , 1 A .- ' . . - - f .P . .. . " " - 'Say f i v' 1 - ' 2- ",..i f :fF',f if--' ' .Eff-:E-I' aZ:':-'E'-L:I: ' . . . - x P . . ' '- W , " - . M,. -. . - --1 - sl ' """' .. ,..,.. .,,. . .I ,: V... .. . ,, . . H , ,... 'V -' .,,,, . I ..,. f ' .,., . f. , . A at -- -. - , .. U .... "- , ..... . - ...x:-:- .,.. : .. w-., .... 1.7. ...E ,:.- -.-f.:-ti-.,:-s:. .N . 'Su--M - -- . .. ' " '11-H " .... - '-'- - "'-' ft- +I: -"'-I-I-2'':':'..2-:'a1--fa:s:f1-::-: . fffr ' '--' ----: 1 " .. ,.- is. , -:,: " ..., . ...,,, .. .: " f --.. Q 4 -- i- Bill Reece, Phil Oviatt, Percy Granger, and Quanah Parker work out for the mile run. Hurling the shot put for the thinclads this year were seniors Bob Beaty and Randy King. 51161 Mike Ritz prepares for the start of a sprint. '62 Track Has This year, under the excellent leadership of Norman High's new track coach, Bob Williams, the Tiger thinclads traveled to new heights in the Boomer Conference competition for the sea- son of 1962. Norman High was especially proud of the records set by Robert Clark in the 880 and Phil Oviatt in the mile in the Boomer Conference meet at Lawton. The Bengals placed fourth in this meet. The future for the Tiger Track Team is cer- tainly good, for there will be many able track members returning for their junior and senior years. Norman High will always remember the fine efforts of the Track Team of 1962. rotto make up the 880 relay team. Dwight johnson, senior track man, jumps over the high hurdles during a practice. Excellent Season First rams: Bob Beary, Robert Clark, jolm Suttertield, Dwight jolmson, Phil Oviatt, Percy Granger, johnny Smothermon, Carey Lambeth, and Bill Reese. Second row: Mike Ritz, Alan Parrish, Boh Clark, Basil Hurry, jim XVells, Mike XVashburn, Gary Corrotto, Kenneth Farris, David Behrman, Frank Dabney, and Bob Reisinger. Third row: Randy King, Mike Hill, David NVilliams, Dick Clark, Gary XIeNabh, Bill Ryan, joe Moody, Quanah Parker, Roy Harkey, Marc Murphy, jim VValker, Don Allen, Gene Bauman, and Coach Boh XYilliams. I! fum Rohert Clark, Carey Lambeth, Xlike XVashhurn, and Gary Cor- W Dry? 'gk 73pQ1,Mf:,J 1T25E 3XMWff?3f0j2f?fW??W ki6f?5fi?xf4fffg.fVQMff 'yfwlifwmf if ff! , if v if Q Memories Through The Months The successes and memories of the 1961-62 school year are recorded on the pages of this section to be lived time and time again. Whether you were beginning or ending your high school career, it was a year of memorable and exciting events. The Untamable Tiger Spirit soared to the ut- most height by capturing the AA State Foot- ball Championship Title. The Christmas Dance, the Senior Valentine Party and the Coronation Dances, we hold as special memories. The as- semblies added zest to the normal school day. Semester finals brought their usual reactions to students and teachers alike. The elections of the All Sports Queen and the All School Queen aroused excitement. The response and enthus- iasm typical of Norman High was shown at basketball games and wrestling matches. The Hne participation in the parade through the campus and downtown Norman advertising the all school musical "Oklahoma!" was lauded by all. As the biggest attraction of the year, the musical received praise and wide acclaim. "Wit- ness for the Prosecutionn was chosen as the Senior Play and enjoyed by everyone. The junior Class again outdid itself by present- ing to the Seniors the most spectacular prom ever given sending them onward with another great memory of NHS. Bringing the unusual mixed emotions, Graduation came with a burst of happiness and excitement and departed with the silence of tears as the Seniors left the halls of Norman High. from enrollment to the end of school, it was a wonderful year!! H201 i ll Uljonuli, it fccls like tlicfrc gill iiiiic ft-cr tall :mil xx cigli HI lcgist four liumlrcnl mul fifty puun1,lsl" Doug llminci' lllllkl POIT. ns to Cruicli Cmwrurtu as liolm Ritz givcs iiiuml sup- uUli1iV Grace, mic. two, elm-elm-elm," cliccts l,ii 1 Xlorcii at our first Tiger victory. "I still tliinlc mzircliing to Adu is ii little out of tlic KlllUSI'l0H.l- I la Round :mtl round and up :md clown wc go. Take is easy grcasy, you'vc got 21 "Now Kay, you tlon't really think l'x'c got long wav to slide!! the hlucst cycs in all creation!" l'Gi1'ls, I know xvlmt you mean, l just c:m't do Ll ' thing with my hair in thc morning," omrcs Hr, Qunltct. H221 October brought the announcement of All Sports Quccn. 'l'hc quccn, Cvnthin Smith, is shown with hcl' nttcndzmts. Thcv arc fiom lc,ft to rlght, Clmxl lodtl, Iloblu longs, Suu Ann xXl1lIL md .Indy Olth, honol ltttndantw Judy Calpnntu, .md COHIHL PllLlx1H1I1 'Q .ww x mx W . 'ix E Q mn rw tm" uf rhc I1 I 4 x game . 10 cxcirclncnr of l'cccix'inQ thc tml we rrulv did XYIY S'l'X'I'IC!Y!Yf "All right you guys, youlre going the wrong way." Jian l3:u'gei' supervises the N,ll.S. athletes als they nizike the sehool "Cl1l'lSI'lULlSCV.H Kathy l.uelC. Norinnn Higlfs 1962 FF..-X. Queen, is hacked up hy her attendants, Nancy Richey, :ind Patty Rngan, honor :it- "Vx'hen I SIIV fro we'll turn zironncl and "un the , ' P ' L tenclantsg Lynn Patterson, Karol Veal, .lean other wav," whis were Scott to Marv Camille. . 7 ' l - Humphries, :uid Riunona Randolph. Ready, nini, lirel Mike crowns Cynthia All Sports Queen. XVith 11 "Merry Cliristniai' theine, Cynthia Snlith was crowned All Sports Queen in lleeenilaer by .llilqe Ritz. 'l-he uttenalants and their escorts from left to right ure: Kent Tlionipson, Cheryl Todd, Bobby Kloring, Connie llielcinan, john Meflray, blualy Urth, honor attendnntg Mary Camille Sullivan, flower girly Queen Cynthia, Xlilce Rit7, Scott Denton, eroxx n hezirerg Sue Ann XVhitc, honor fittendnntg Coy Kersey, Lludy Carpenter, Alevf Whistler, Bobbi jones, :incl Rohert Clark, wg ii, 3' an W? 4+ . ii mwnwwvmwg - ' 1 1 1 1 1 1152 . 1 51 fi N13 1 5' 1 1 ..,.,. - ww' W W f 1 , 'W 5 1 I 1 Q -""'- f ' , ., 1, .. A , 1 - f f ' .. U 1 A 325 2 1 ,. 5-Q , V 11,1 A 3. 2, , 1 .' ' '- , '- '- ff , vf 4' V A . 5 6' '-I , , A il, , ",-.f ' ' K 3' 3 "" ' Q T 1 -. .,., ,Q J1 - xx: A - 1 , 5 , ,,. , xi I -'-"- -"-1 1,.,15z1q1:54,,.-11-1.1,.-:1,:1..: . .- :la-M,-.1-9-1-1.4 In .I1ll1LlLll'Y, Xlnrv JXIIIIC U f,o1111ull was "1'1 ""' I 1 ' , . . '-5f'-131'1,-.fixfisiklifg ffff'16- Z5f+fg , chosen Illu. Queen. Shu 15 sl1uw11 with l1c1' "-'N 4 ' . ' '4"" 7 1-f-1-,- ,. -, w Cl , ...,..,..,......,., ., , , . Clldil Hatfield and Dc .X1111 SLIIVCV. I 'A V4,.A. Iqlll NUXIBICR I at least when it comcs to loulcsf 1 points out larry licrglnn, xYKll'lIl2ll1 Iliglfs Uglicst Boy. 'l'l1c Srnulcnt c:L'l1fCl' 11115 the scum- uf rcmc study during finals wcck. lllf CXXIIC! HIS SAXYT llli CONQUITRIQDI Dx1u1i11 linllcxv, CI1111'lmru fl4lllIlCil, limlm Xlilcs, Dizmc Xlcgul, Kathi Slmxx, 111111 llcnny llopkins cnjuy the jalulzlry smm' 1 b Laurie does some wishful thinking as Curly sings, "People XVill XVe're in Lovef' elpf .Xly tongues asleep and my teeth itch!" Cheryl Harlcey xvails. Back Black!! llarriet Richey, Kay 'l'anlcei'sley, and Jean lfin- ney try to retain Karen Black during an exciting moment. i it 'Yoweeeeeeel l l fl" Linda .Xloreu expresses her delight at being chosen All-School Queen. 'WW S 4' w Q. ,IM 'Qs Looking fO1'VVkl1'il to the All-School Coronation ate the at- tentlants Marty Nelson. Martha Smith, Cluyanne Calanie and Nancy Carter, honor attentlantsg Karen Black and l.iz Ritltlle. SY if .1 .1 M wav-is . m -. r Iwll cr up 'Ikhc lou-lx' Ulf Queen, Xlzlrv .Xnnc fycllllllldl. is slmxvn ur rllc DIC Comcnliun with hcl' escort. Don Clrissmn, LIIOUS u w U lf ss M JIUSLLLIIH I1 ls 3UIf1lXLLilJX IX ug 1 L IIHILS lxll ' lll ll L U IC . MX lx . CX 5' U'-K -XVII XVith a japanese setting from the movie, "l"lower Drum Song," Linda Moreu was crowned 1961-1962 All-School Queen by the Student Body President, joe XVender. WWW Honor Attendant Nancy Carter, escorted by Phil Carter. -A ' V 15 -j ,g 5" 1 E1 2 . 3 y . ,,V1. Z :II .Q f gill? 5 -' V' 1 In M E -a 'iii ' 1+ '55 "" :Q 'Cf . if . 4 Marty Nelson escorted by Ron Xlinnix. maj v , ff , M 39 K A 4- ills... r. 1--2:-.I : ., 7.5 . -. :f --'-- - we ig W 2 f we if Q , Honor Attendant Guy- anne Calanie, escorted by .Xlarvin Daniels. 'gqgmw 1 ' Y .S I 1 Fi . 2 -. , Q . Karen Black escorted by Bob Landsaw. 5 Martha Smith escorted 'S ,.. ie is 1, by David Massey. - .-3, s lug ' ss . , ,Qs V. si 4 , .- . - , . :rem iq Riddle escorted by David Sears. l.ovely Kathy Lack was crowned FFA Queen by jim Storm, FFA IJ resident. 7 Q Q4 T ,Q 1 x R 'BQ . E Norman High's sharp Seniors, Sherry Thonms, Karen Black, Judy Carpenter, Doug Danner, Bob I.andsaw, and Dick XVhite, prepare for the big day. "Don't ask him to the prom, you fool, ask me! I" shrieks Marty Nelson as the Juniors get ready for the prom. this ycar's prom, uGonc H ith the W 111 The 1961 prom, Sayonara, was cqualed in beauty only by , ,- df, 129 if is if -if as 12 if I, , vi? ik if? wk ik ik ik ik' ik .- 1 X -5 "Norman's Oldest and Best" l xx Host to Most of MCCALLIS S N0rmar1'S Guests" SUPER FOOD MARKET X 302 w. Main JE 4-6237 . X lc fit' x iss , ,v Qxxx ., gan 'ings 6 'fsF:Q3 - I 55.1-ua--i1w 1:i-,. 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TWO LOCATIONS: 312 East Eufaula Street 1425 George Street HARRIETT RICHEY, JUDY RYAN, AND CINDY SMITH MAKE THEIR SELECTION FROM THE WIDE DISPLAY OF SMART SWEATERS FOUND AT THE CO-ED. ifhe ' L n-eil I hnp issmp Across From Boomer Theater Tnrfrgfguxorg SBZWONJIIQQTEZNIIJ Bfm1cv!ESsTc1fQB21f O L T Z S H U E A R D W A R E 119 wesf Main Dial JE 6-osos . Serve Buchanan E. Main D R U G 1361 ' Sterr's Foods 1100 W. Main JE 4-7446 ROBERT FLEENER AND SAMMY LEFLORE SHOW OFF SOME SMART LOOKING SPORTSWEAR FROM THE SQUIRE SHOP. the SQUIRE SHOP FO R B ovs "Outfitters For Young Gentlemen" 124 E. Main JE 4-1464 NORMAN, OKLAHOMA AGAR-FORD AGENCY "Where Insurance Is Not A Sideline" 218 North Peters JE 4-2700 NORMAN, OKLAHOMA JAKE'S GROCERY 3 xy N We We CHARLOTTE COUNCIL, LINDA PRATT, AND GUYANNE CALAME TRY ON THEIR FAVORITE STYLE OF SHOES AT THE WEBB. f'f ll I i ii ' 1. 415 X ,ji fn r x I .-a X 1 5 U ea. - 'f .QQ - -.- ron FAMOUS BRANDSIN FOOfwiHfY FEATURING THESE FAMOUS BRANDS: DeLiso Debs A Capezio Y Camelle Fredelle - Old Maine Trotters - D'An1orxia A Confettis - Frank Cardone - - Sandler of Boston - 594 Buchanan Dial JE 4-8282 AMOS MOSES TRIES TO SELL NANCY CARTER A VALENTINE NOVELTY FROM GARNER'S. FINE CLOTHES FOR YOUNG MEN 792 Asp Dial JE 4-2500 D371 i P i 4 I Clark Hetherington AGENCY Insurance--Real Estate Builders I 303 S. Peters JE 4-6023 JUDY ORTH AND SUE ANN WHITE, HONOR ATTENDANTS ESCORTED BY JOHN McCRAY AND COY KERSEY, PAY TRIBUTE TO THE 1962 ALL-SPORTS QUEEN, CYNTHIA SMITH CROWNED BY MIKE RITZ. 9 amlofon s 610 N. 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Porter ' JE 4-9152 I CIIASTAIN - HOLLAND OIL COMPANY Castro and Santa Fe JE 4-1709 I141 lanclsaw Furniiure Exchange WE BUY Y WE TRADE ir WE SELL Now! A Larger Store to Serve You Better! 126-128 West Main St. NORMAN, OKLA. Telephone JE 4-6020 Going All 'rhe way . .in Service O F F I C E R S J R Sy P Phil Symcox, V Pres. T R B d V P H. O. McSpadden, Cashier Don R. Sy cox, V Pre EI er Coney A . Cashier uThaI'5 OU' Bank' IOOIH .mixm:l:IIZi??ff73Z2:r2::fiifr CITY NATIONAL BANK , mf NA 1 BH I EM Mmm umvmmuuz Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp ru 131 E. Main JE 4-6444 ' Foreman Caudill DE'PART1lMYVTSTOREWC INSURANCE AGENCY CAMPUS PHARMACY 'FIRE 'AUTOMOBILE uwhere Friends Meet!! . ' JE 4-2324 Campus Corner E. Comanche JE 4-5120 1421 , LINDSAY - - 5 D R U G s T o R E JE 4-0362 114 E. Main CJQWLO S: Q. IU - Smeg MAREK 'S DEAN WADDELL, Owner B I C Y C L E S H O P 6 S. Santa Fe JE 4-5210 207 West Main JE 6-1215 ORMANDY 1-24 LANES QAUTOMATIC PIN SETTERS if UNDERGROUND BALL RETURNS wk SNACK BAR if PRO sHoP ,E NURSERY Dial JE 6-1616 2224 West Main 707 W. Main JE 4-1305 NORMAN McNABB'S SPORTING GOODS III43 9 I Rlckner s BEST BUY IN BOOKS Cafeteria and Fountain 575 S Univ. BI d JE 47777 mans. flUL'lrYg WIA!!! IUUIIAH' F0095 srunfs TYLER 8: SIMPSON CO. NORMAN, OKLAHOMA Sharpe Dry Goods Co. Norman's "Name Brands" Department Store IIO E. Main JE 43223 SAUNDERS APPLIANCES 230 W. Main JE 4-2288 u HQU 07 R ,, and SERVICE U DELIVERY FAST DRY CLEANING 6 DAYS EACH WEEK 755 A P JE 61313 1441 3 4. 5 ? Z 4 ABE NlARTlN'S 'Ei 3333 ess or fy 2 4, 3 ' 4 :: :. 'liz' E 3 f "1' --Q ,,lqA ' : : i 1 , s g in AA,,:s:A , M4 rpl'lllllDS is 4 i SERVICE STATION -41. , ':'r L.. -, 4 4 LEE 0 FRANK 0 ABE 402 Wes: Main JE 4-1500 Smith Cleaning Village SAVE 75'Xa ON DRY CLEANING 566 Buchanan Collegiate Square SOUTHERLAND LAUNDRY 331 whife JE 4-0343 WACKER'S uMerchandise for Less" 'l'l6 S. Crawford JE 4-7432 J. K. Crane Jewelers proves . . . 48 3.21 93" -Q l e, M . I DIAMONDS ARE ' NOT ExPENslvE 5 Now! M CATALIJ diamonds . on Y jglgliiecl lo 201 East Main - On Bank Corner - JE 4-2976 I 145 Hal Nluldrow A G E N C Y 0 AUTOMOBILE 0 BONDS 0 FIRE I BURGLARY 0 COMPENSATION 0 ACCIDENT and HEALTH 0 LIABILITY 0 LIFE II7 E. Comanche JE 4-5860 II5 S. Porter JE 4-8488 705 W. Lindsay JE 4-5100 NORIVIAN FEED 8. SEED MASTERS MAYFLOWER TRANSFER 8K STORAGE LARRY McDADE MAKES A WISE PURCHASE AT HIS FAVORITE SUPERMARKET, UHLES. Uhles Super Market "Office Supplies in a Hurry" IS IT MONKEYS IN THE WILDS OF AFRICA OR IS IT NOR- MAN HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS ON A DOYLE Toon TRUCK? MEi313:ml .qV, i1,, .6 , . . VIA, AZIA LZ A.1V: in uvbi HWVA I - v.-.. DQYLE TODD Dismbufof of uNDERwooD-ouvsrre TYPEWRITERS SINCLAIR and GOODYEAR CALCULATORS-ADDING MACHINES PRODUCTS III s. Peters JE 4-3066 I-I61 Sayre Builders Supply COMPLETE BUILDING SERVICE Phone JE 4-6130 124 S. Crawford J. L. "Les" SAYRE R. H. "Bob" SAYRE LOOKING OVER A WIDE SELECTION OF SPORT SHIRTS FROM PENNEY'S IS ROBERT FLEENER ASSISTED BY ONE OF PENNEY'S EFFICIENT CLERKS. FREE PARKING AT Norman Plumbing 81 Heating 124 W. Main JE 4-3926 PENN EY' coNGRATul.ATloNs TO '62 GRADS! A FRIEND OF N.H.S. NORMAN LUMBER Company, Inc. N RNAR . 5' 'INV-w BILL O'CONNELL, Mgr. 710 W. Main JE 4-0356 IIYIIIHIQ. E or U47 X Azpedtgiwy, . .X The Churches of Norman tiff' iw First Baptist Church University Church of Christ 211 W manche Web ttjtt W M Trirlmlfymeptgits e Iglazarene C jCffQ My V7cl5dApche ge, rfr!f?rWfr'r r V4 few ff? kit F''swsfftcgigwwfpbgscorsi' JEL' 15113, X J W' W ,ffffwygiw x, ' I fr ' !j Ch 'ctieh Sc ence htrfh Fr e Will Baptist Church 510 s. santa Fe 625 E. Frank 1f7tYf Qi is L 1 J fi il ii ,t il xr f W t Boyd 8. M G Church of Christ M Farlin Mem I M th cl t T tyLth Ch h F MthcItCh h h Ftrst Preehyterrch Church t rr XVQ?WWe:e Flippo, INDEX A Abshire, Melba 41, 79, 86 Adair, Eileen 41, 75, 78, 86 Adden, Dana 33, 85 Akard, Greg 41 Adkins, Ann 33, 73, 85 Adkins, Beverly 41, 78 Allen, Don 41,111,117 Allen, Teresa 41 Allin, David 41 Allison, Steve 17 Amero, Angela 17, 70, 84 Amsden, Kathy 33, 60, 85 Amspacher, Susan 33, 63, 72, 85, 146 Anderson, Judy 33, 85 Anderson, Terri 17, 60, 63, 73, 84, 95, 97 Ashmore, John 41 Atnip, Jimmy 41 Austin, Don 41 B Bagby, Terry 17, 60, 115 Bailey, Joyce 78, 87 Baker, Peter 33, 60 Balch, Dennis 46 Ball, Bill 17, 70 Ballew, Dwain 16, 17, 25, 34, 52, 53, 95, 98, 102, 103, 104, 125 Bandy, Judy 41, 63 Boggs, Ezra 18, 114 Bonner, Steve 18, 54, 72, 95, 96, 98, 115, 127 Booker, Richard 41, 50, 51 Boren, Karen 41, 75, 86 Boruk, John 33 Bowen, Carolyn 18, 54 Bowers, Anthony 41 Bowman, Barbara 18, 63, 82, 84, 95, 97, 98, 99 Boyd, David 18, 95 Boyd, Sandy 41, 50, 51 Boyette, Tom 33, 64 Bradley, Janet 42, 63, 86 Brandt, Linda 18, 25 Brandt, Susan 42 Branton, Harriet 33, 80 Bratcher, Karen 33, 73, 77, 79, 85, 125 Bray, June 33, 42, 78 Brendle, Dinah Lee 18, 78, 84 Brewster, Karen 33, 60 Bross, Jim 18 Brown, Dean 77 Brown, Perry 42, 57, 110 Brown, Shirley 42, 87 Brubaker, Diane 18, 25, 64, 82, 84, 87 Bruehl, Linda 42 Bruemmer, Betty 42 Bryan, Steve 33, 111 Bryant, Billie Jo 18, 78, 84 Buck, Linda 63, 70, 73 Buckley, Diane 41, 42, 46, 63, 87 Burkleo, David 33 Burks, Mike 41, 42 Burnett, Shay 41, 42, 63, 86, 87 Coles, Judy 43 Coleson, Herman 19 Collett, Wilma 34, 78, 85 Collins, Marcene 19 Collins, Mike 34, 107 Collins, Richard 57 Collins, Susan 34, 65, 80, 81, 85 Collins, Tommi 43, 64, 86 Collins, Tommy 43 Combs, Tommy 19, 114 Comegys, Judy 34, 63, 72, Cook, Bill 40, 43, 60, 111, 85 114 Dunn, Reese 34, 65 Dunn, Susan 34, 73, 85 Dver, Sallv 70 E Edwards, Kay Lynn 17, 20, 50, 51, 64, 71, 72, 84, 87 Elledge, Donald 43 Ellis, Carolyn 43, 87 Ellis, David 20, 60 Barbour, Margaret 55, 85 Barger, Jim 124 Barber, Nancy 41 Barnes, DeAnn 33, 63 Barnes, Vivian 17 Barnett, Dorothy 41, 78 Bartlett, Virginia 41, 63, 86 Bauman, Gene 33, 109, 117 Burns, Cherie 18, 75, 84 Burrow, Barbara 33, 75, 78, 81, 85 Burton, Vicki 33, 63, 95 Bush, Sandra 41, 42, 69, 73, 87 Butts, Earl 41 Byram, Jerry 18 C Cook Carol 34, 85 Cooper, Roger 43 Corbin, Susan 43, 86 Corkins, Pat 42 Cornelison, Dorothy 19, 84 Corrotto, Gary 43, 111, 117 Cossey, Gwen 19, 74, 77 Council, Charlotte 19, 20, 55, 71, 72, 84, 137 Council, Christina 19, 20, 72, 84 Cowan, Cathy 43, 78 Cowan, Nancy 34, Cox, Mike 34, 111 Craddock, Randy 34, 111 Craig, Elaine 34, 78 Cramer, Sharon 34, 54, 72, 76, 85, 96, 129 Craven, Dean 43 Crawford, Pat 34, 78, 85 Crawley, Robert 60 Crews, Linda 34, 55, 60, 73, 85, 95 Crites, Lynne 34, 55, 63, 85 Crocker, Danny 43, 111 Crow, Ginger 19 Culp, Sara 43, 68, 69, 72, 87 79, 85 D Dabney, Frank 34, 57, 107, 117 Daniels, Marvin 43, 128 Danner, Doug 19, 95, 98, 103, 107, 121, 129 Danner, Kenny 43, 106 Devault, Wanda 43 Elwell, Nancy 76, 87 Enos, Dan 20 Ernest, Jerry 107, 111 Ernest, Ricky 43, 111 Estridge, Barbara 43, 86 Eurton, Mary Alice 43, 72, 73, 86 Ewing, Catherine 20, 63, 94, 95 Ewing, Joel 35, 63, 95 F Farley, George 20, 115 Farrar, Darlene 81 Farris, Ken 35, 117, 140 Feaver, Eric 35, 53, 72, 95 Ferrell, Jackie 43 Fertig, Leslie 35, 109, 114 Findley, Beth Ann 21, 74 Finney, Jean 21, 82, 84 Finney, John 43, 111 Fischer, Lamond 76, 85 Fischer, Terry 35, 111, 114 Fite, Louis 35 Fleener, Robert 21, 25, 50, 51, 52, 53, 72, 72, 95, 96, 115, 137, 147 Joe 35, 95, 111 Beardslee, Linda 76, 86 Beaty, Bob 17, 103, 107, 116, 117 Beauchamp, Oma Ruth 41, 87 Behrman, David 41, 117 Belden, Mary Ann 41, 73, 78, 86 Bell, Charles 41 Bell, Elizabeth 41, 78, 81, 87 Bell, Judy, 41, 76, 86 G Carpenter, Nancy 78 Bell, Paul 33, 60 Bell, Pete 111 Bell, Ronnie 74 Bender, Johnnie Sue 41 Benge, Guy Jack 41, 68, 69 Bennett, Harold 57 Cain, Jerry 77 Calame, Guyanne 128, 137 Cannon, Sandy 85 Cape, Lester 67 Capehart, George 19, 53, 56, 104 Carpenter, Judy 19, 25, 83, 122, 124 45, 86, 87, 125, Carter, Charlotte Ann 33, 65 Carter, Nancy 4, 19, 50, 51, 84, 95, 97, 98, 99, 125, 128, 137 Carter, Phil 33, 128, 140 Carver, Mary Jane 85 David, John 34 Davis, Dana 43, 86 Davis, John 34, 95, 111 Davis, Mickey Sue 43 Davis, Nickey 34 Davis, Richard 19 Dean, Delmar 43 Deason, Carol 34, 77, 81, 85 Berglan, Larry 41, 98, 104, 111, 125 Berry, Becky, 41, 72, 86, 147 Bettis, Paul 17 Biffle, Jimmy 42, 56 Biffle, Linda ta, 65 Bilbo, Charles 41 Champeau, Jo Ann 43 Chapman, Fred 56 Childress, Judy 43, 87 Chipman, Carol 33, 85, 86 Christian, Christian, Cheri 33, 69, 85 1 Vernon 56, 11 Binford, Judith 18, 55, 84, 95, 97 Birmingham, Jan 42, 78, 87 Bishop, Earl 18, 77 Bishop, Norma 42 stack, Karen 18, sa, 83, 95, 125, 128, 129 Black, Susie 18, 77, 84 Blackburn, Darrell 42, 111 Blackburn, Kay 33, 72, 75, 78, 85, 141 Bloomer, Janet 42, 55, 86 Boeskin, Barbara 18, 74 Clark, Ann 76, 79 Clark, Bob 111, 117 Clark, Dick 111, 117 Clark, Robert 16, 19, 26, 53, 117, 124 78 Cleveland, Linda Clifton, Sara 33, 85 Coates, Carolyn 43, 86 Coates, Jim 33 Coates, Marilyn 43, 86 Coffey, Jan 19, 60, 84 Coffield, Royce 33, 64 DeBarry, Phil 19, 64 Deignan, John 19 Demastus, Dee 34 Dennis, Allene 34, 75 Denny, Irene 43 DeVault, Wanda 78 Devero, Wesley 34 Dickerson, Elizabeth 70 Dilks, Dickie 43, 111 Dilks, Larry 34, 106 Donaldson, Doug 19 Donnell, Carol 34, 63, 65, 85 Donnell, Linda 20, 64, 84, 95 Dorsett, Dallas 34, 63, 65, 84, 95 Downey, Tommy 20 Dragoo, Jeanie 43, 55, 87 Candy 43, 87 Drilling, Drilling, Joe 20 Driskell, Patty 20 Dudark, Roy 43 Dudley, Linda 43 Dukett, Carol 85 Dumas, Silvia 43, 55, 87 Duncan, Johnny 43, 111 Dunn, Lurene 34 Flud, Evelyn 35, 64 Forbes, Kaye 86 Ford, Kay 43, 46 Foree, Elizabeth 21, 54, 78, 84 Foss, Kenneth 35, 104 Fountain, Donnie 43, 60 Fountain, Tommy Charles 21 Fowler, Nancy 21, 55, 63 Fowler, Patty 43, 95 Freeman, Jima Lou 43 Friedlander, Jan 35, 60, 69, 85 Fritch, Linda 43, 55, 86 Fritch, Margaret 21 Fry, Barbara 43, 65 Gaither, Cheryl 21 Gaither, Durwin 65 Gardner, Phyllis 21, 63, 70, 84, 95 Garner, Pat 35 Gay, Carolyn 35, 85, 95, 160 Gay, Dewey 35, 57 Gay, Marilyn 35, 60 Gentry, Anita 43, 60 Gibson, Tommy 35 Giezentanner, Brent 21, 72, 95, Giezentanner, Kay 43, 73, 87 Gilbert, Eddie 43, 77 Gilbrata, Virginia 64 Giles, Jim 21, 77 Gill, Catherine 21, 78, 84 Gill, Evelyn 21, 70, 84, 96 Gill, Maria Kay 40, 43, 45, 69, 78, 79, 87 Gilmour, Robert 43 Glasscock, Mike 21, 64, 74 Glasscock, Randy 43 Glover, Frances 43, 65 Goldsby, Marcie Ann 21 tit U4-91 X M1 ,1 JZ Grizzle, Gary 22 0 ver Ji 36 2 7 er y G' enderson, Janie 3 , 78, 85 Jo- udy O! 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D. 37, 61, 73, 95 Munde, Jeff 56 Murdock, Jon 26 Murphy, Marc 20, 26, 52, 53, 104, 117 Murrell, Kent 37, 76 Murrell, Max 37 Music, Barbara 37, 75, 77, 85 Myers, Jackie 45, 78, 79, 86 N Naifeh, Cheryl 26, 77, 82, 84 Neal, Sharon 45 Neel, Rusty 52, 106, 114 Nelson, Marty, 32, 35, 37, 50, 51, 80, 85, 96, 125, 128, 129 Nevels, Jerry 56 Nolan, Jerry 26 O'Connell, Mary Anne 26, 74, 77, 125, 127 Oliphant, Lena 45, 55, 72, 76, 79 Oliver, Linda 37 Olney, Frank 37, 95 Olson, Ronnie 37 O'Neal, Nancy 45, 78, 79, 87 Orr, Mary Lou 45, 69, 73, 86 Orth, Judy 25, 50, 51, 82, 84, 95, 98, 99, 122, 124, 138 Osborn, Seth O. 37 Oviatt, Phil 26, 52, 64, 73, 116, 117 Owens, Jack 37 P Pace, Janice 37 Pannell, Linda 45, 55, 69, 87 Patterson, Lynn 37, 83, 85, 124 Patrick, Norman 77 Pence, Vicki 45, 69, 72, 86, 87 Pence, Wyatt 27, 57 Perkins, William E. 54 Peren, David 57 Peterman, Danny 56 Peterman, Tony 56 Peters, Mike 56 Peters, Bobby 57 Pharoah, John 27 Phillips, Vera 46, 63, 86 Pierce, LaDonna 25, 27, 84 Pierce, Phil 46 Pierson, Orvella 27, 74 Plosila, Paula Ann 37 Polk, Sandra 46, 86 Pope, Louise 25, 27, 78, 84 Poteet, Celeste 27, 31, BO, 84 Potter, Gene 27 Powell, Valli 37, 77, 85 Powers, Paula 46, 78, 79, B7 Pratt, Linda 46, 69, 72, 76, 86, 137 Price, Jo Nell 46, 86 Price, Mary 37, 85 Primrose, Vern 111 Pruett, Jerry 46 Pruett, Sharon 37, 75, Puckett, Glenda 85 Pulte, Jimmy 27 76, 85 R Randolph, Ramona 27, 61, 124 Ragan, Patty 37, 72, 85, 124 Raines, Margaret 27, 77, 94, 95 Raymond, Steve 37 Ray, Eugene 61 Reed, Douglas 27 Reed, Alvin 37, 74, 111 Reed, Carolyn 46, 78 Reed, Joan 27, 74, 125 Reed, Robert 37 Reed, Rusty 37 Robinson, Tommy 46 Robson, Rachelle 28, 75, 77, 81, 84 Rockett, Chad 46, 63, 73 Rogers, Earline 28, 78 Rogers, Joyce 46, 76 Roley, Ervin 20, 28, 52, 54, 57, 103, 106, 107 Ross, Ann 28, 74 Ross, Dorothv 46, 87 Ross, Janet 46 Ross, Toni 46, 78, 79, 87 Rowan, Jim 31 Rucker, Stuart 46 Rudkin, Rita 46, 76, 87 Rumans, Earl 61 Rummage, James 46, 61 Russell, Jerry 57 Ryan, Bill 117 Ryan, Judy 83, 85, 141 S Salyer, De Ann 28, 74, 125 Salyer, Janie 83, 85 Sanders, Milton 28, 111 Saucier, Walter 28, 95 Saxon, Clair Gorden 28, 77 Schader, Janice 20, 28, 72, 82, 84, 136 Scheihing, Minnie 38, 78, 85 Schlosser, Carolyn 38, 55, 69, 85, 95 Schuldt, Barbara 28 Scroggins, Melodv 38, 78 Seals, Sandy 38 Sears, David 28, 77, 78, 79, 95, 96, 106, 125, 128 Sellers, Barbara 40, 45, 46, 86 Sellers, Jill 38, 46, 73, 87 Sellers, Sharon 85 Sennhenn, Gordan 28 Shadid, Carol 38, 63, 69, 85 Springs, Danny 47, 56 Stangle, Lynda 47, 69 Stapp, Mike 38 Stapp, Pat 47 Stark, Elveta 78 Steely, Floyd 47 Steinmeyer, Laurie 47, 63, 81, 87 Stewart, Bill 61, 73 Stewart, Janie 47 Stewart, Judy 29 Stokes, Ronnie 38 Stone, Cordelia 76 Storm, Jim 20, 29, Stokes, Ronnie 56, 128 Strain, Milton 114 Strategier, Carolyn 47 Straw, Kathi 47, 72, 76, 87, 125 Strickland, James 47, 65 Suchy, Janet 29, 72, 78, 82, 84 Suddath, Judy 31, 54, 78 Suggs, Leon 65 Sullenburger, Elizabeth Ann 29, 69, 70, 73, 84, 99 Summers, Tom 31, 77 Sutterfield, John 47, 117 Swain Torn 61, 115 Swank, Elaine 16, 29, 31, 54, 84 Swimley, Gary 38 56, 128 Swimley, Susan 29, 70, 84 Tanker 97 Taylor, Taylor, Taylor, Taylor, Taylor, Teall, Terhun Terry, T sley, Karen 17, 29, 83, 95, Berthie Ruth 29 Carol 47, 87 Mike 64 Pete 39 Steve 39, 109 Robert 29 e, Sandy 47, 87 Donna 30 Sharp, Sharp. 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