Norman High School - Trail Yearbook (Norman, OK)

 - Class of 1963

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ORGANIZATIONS Linda Pralr, Eduror Farruc Youn Puffy Fo-.vlc Pam Winters CLASSES Q r bun-or Ann Finney ff"L.WfJ,' Junior: Maria Kay Gill . f , 1, ' ' I Judy Maller Nag., rjf7g1g,, 'df .,, 4'-570 J A Sophomore: Jan Herron ' . ' , , ', , , ' f ' , .., fro, 4 D 4 ,dflaf Aovsansmc ,frffpff-ffl! f-4' If I V A , , T V f ' I ,Z - Carolyn Schlosscr, Manager I , ' f , ,- r .14 gfffffa' - ' '- ' f" V 1' Larry Odom 'Q X ff! X L '-I 'M I ' Aff f My 'N ' l. ' ,, ,4 Pnorocumv fin f ffffw-QD X Nffff was '11 ' 'K ' 'T' Dav,0dkM4ger, Editor 5 ,221 il' I I h I?-Z' A- If , ffl, yr ,. 4,-,f4 Q! ic armon ' M - 'f 1,3 . , -f ff ,. . Richard Booker X V I in -l, .Q , ' ff' , 7 f ,--, "I f -f -I' ' Sponsor z A f X' V f nic:-uno muon -inf Q5 . 414 , Primcd by ' , K f X nunscnm ness ,fy 5,44 ' ,. ,Ld ..,',1., Cover Design KAREN WYNN l ui' V 1 ' A J 'fl' 4.4! f' by i ,ff f - - -C A " uJf ""f""7 'l l ' ffff ,flu imif, luifbl . ' T A5411 ML, tl , " . 1 ,l A fly' l l 1 T .TWD or GW! 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Q x A .021 - Q vit-01 RONALD MINNIX, Editor af t We fyjgaxwf I W THEME What does Norman High School mean to you? Is it simply a building full of classrooms, crowded lockers, and busy corridors? Does it mean books and lessons? Or does it mean proms, basketball and football games, and all the extra- curricular activities of a school? To the TRAIL staff, Norman High School means all these things and many more. It represents many of the best moments we have ever experienced-or ever will experience. This year, 1963, has given every person in Norman High Countless memories to be relived in years to come. You who are sophomores and juniors will return for many more wonderful moments, but the time is growing precious for our seniors, for this is the last year they will tread these halls-the home of the Tigers. Remember the fun we had at the Howdy Hop, the coronations, "Now or Never Week," the prom, and all the other parties? And wc cannot forget how the untamable Tiger spirit of every student was exemplined in all our sports events, especially as we cheered our bas- ketball team to the State Championship. But most important, we realize how those moments in the classroom have helped us to grow academically. Perhaps you remember in particular the thrill of delving back into the pages of history, the beauty of a certain poem, or the satisfaction gained from a successful sci- entific experiment. These are the moments which form a sound basis for our education. Though it is impossible to record each mem- ory of every student, we the 1963 TRAIL staff, have strived to bring to you in the following pages the highlights of this school year. And now we wish to present to you .... -X Trail of Memories. 7 l Q ,l ,lgf,m,MLc ffflflxdknqw r A XML I wifbvi- 6' V V QJQQQ, I , 1 K . iwiiibrfw Kfjfj-1 tm i lb W2 NVVX-f we JA jlfupl-5-f5"'P:2 !VVVYvsfY'fs0J3, ll-Dfl9wfwt fi' M fl K WEUJHEFEMHMU ln all walks of life-in many experiences there are always some people who make deep impressions. Une of the most memorable is a very special teacher at Norman High School, a person who has an unmatched dedication and Zeal for teaching. She has spent many extra hours helping her students -preparing them for scholastic contests. Many classes have benefited from her sponsorship, and many groups have flourished under her leadership, She has inspired and fascinated us in the classroom and endeared herself to every student because of her wit and charm. She has almost become a legend be- cause of her unusual ability to make the pages of a text come alive for us. We are proud to pay tribute to her by dedicating this 1963 TRAIL to Norman High's own favorite 'Tootsie Bell' l... Miss Nadine Runyan. E31 v 'vim-., r W L r i 1 l J. DON GARRISON B. ROY DANIEL Superintendent of Schools Principal Mr. I-Iurshel Mrs. Bernice Mrs. Elizabeth Mrs. Esther Mrs. Virginia Antwine Armstrong Bailey Barron Bell Distribmfive Edu. Nurse Englisla English Languages Mrs. Ann Mrs. Lois Mr. Chet Mrs. Dorothy Mrs. Nellie Braithwaite Brandt Bryan Bryan Childs English Science Coach Secretary English .. . , 1 ,L g :s,-- ..,1:,g, "i1Ij,::::5s5..,,:.:.- egsggg' .' 5 Q '34 ff ' Q I Q if, , al . . . 4 4 is .:':- -if-"3"f.: 'NM9 ' fm' Z: , ..., Wg, ,. .. ISI iN'5RU2QC5iRi?KWx 's ' X . A -',. -": '. , ...,..,,,..,..........P r .,.. ., Q N l Vis: 5 Mr. Everett Bobbitt Science Mr. Bert Corr History A S M Q ge YQ E 4 we wt ge! E sw ff 5 .Eg is ? Qi if P f .., . M i f M 3 Q' 2' ' . 'I ,e"' f vf S:a . CWD' :M K' V . . V 1 . ':EErE5E155?. ff. , - ' 5 4 .,,.:Q 5:.:,,,::3. .-f:s2:i:-.s.Sf:zf::22' FACULTY Thoughtfulness, energy, kindness, and devo- tion can almost completely describe the faculty at Norman High School. A teacher's Work is never done for there are always tests to prepare, papers to grade, or activities to sponsor. Teachers are the backbone of the United States because they mold the minds of the young Americans who are to become the leaders of this great nation. Seldom do we appreciate our z . MR. ANSEL YOUNG wonderful faculty here at Norman High School. V ice-Principal . JM mi .' uf" .J 7, f- Wifvu Mr. Gene Mrs. Norma Mrs. Elizabeth l s. Wagyu ' M,U'Mi-5, Linda Mr. Dale Corrotto Crews Davis e der' ' 'i f Driskill Ernst Conch Buxiizess Typing ,nglektlff English Shop Mr. Lance Mrs. Alice Mrs. Mary 4 . B1 f Mrs. Mary Mrs. Sue Ewbank Fleming Gatchel G, 1151! Hartsock Kendall History Art Counselor Drive 5 E . " Secretary Physical Ed 1 ' ...aa , . -. 5- .14-2-a ss ,Q W igmi, " M f s X 3? f .1 2 fe is X ox '9 as ay 1- ff , f 1 0 aw- X 1 .5 1 s Q ' X 'ss x X Q .XXXYX S X I gl 9' K V X Q X A M294 Q? -. ..,, i . " 5 lf: . - K' . ..:E:':-:,.- "" frf:1:2+f'I.' IEI5:,. .E '-1:2 ' k ms 9 1. S+ X N' 'S X ,i V. -.:,.:-'., ,. ,..--"g1g1555,gg:g:5:5. X vs sk .gt - '.:'1f-,114-. ' .:.:::::::e:a:::sf1 'Qt V as X X sg Us .Ei-Ima. xxx S X X Xa 'S .. K1 Loi U01 Mrs. Milce Kimrey English Mr. Bill King I-listory Miss Runyan is probably thinking l'Hope my Tootsiebelles will like this," as she finds information for her World history classes. Mr. YVray Littlejohn Drivers Ed. Mrs. Agnes McDade Secretary Miss Ruth Collier McSpadden Language V ,. Mr. Herb Mrs. june Mrs. Kay Mr. Ford Mr. James Mackey Madden Maddox Michael Middleton Agriozclrure Library Matlvematics Science Band "My gosh! The things they put in these notc- R' Yvs Q .3 books!" lau hs Mrs. Smith as she checks her g . students' work ln government. AM.- W S peeclv Gi-Apygv 9 WA Important Part M 1.,,.!r,, 2,53 W, Mr. Hershel Mrs. Cleo Mrs. Jean Morris Mosley Orth Science Library Secretary A f' ' " Y' 1 My .-.A,, 1 f '-" ,.c. ..,. "" .,,,,, - ..:f1.,... , V X :-5.. "" ,g -'-,-- . -f ,. ,:5:" X A ----- F xx , ,-,:::,. as-5, ...., K , gf:- -35: .Qj ' :T w '-'- w K ' ' ,W --.- ,, A ,H fs E:"':::f'1.aE2':' "": .... , . .QE ,5.. , ,.:,s,:,: ,az ,, M '-'-'- f f ff , . h e ..,. Q .M , ...., ..,t ,,,, . , 365 X M- X .. cz. g r , 3? ,. Q Pav an any W 5553, W1 'ff I5 1 5,35 nf 2 L'lsn't it fun to see what makes an earthworm tick?" Hrs. Brandt lends a helping hand to some students. Always ready to help, Mrs. Gatchel helps Karen Thompson plan her future. "Teachers work is never done." Mrs. Kimrey grades some of her many papers. Mrs. VVade cheerfully CPD listens as Robert VVilkins gives a dissertation on the evolution of man. Mr. Grover Mr. Homer Mrs. Viola Miss jean Mr. Robert Mr. Richard Sawyer Simmons Smith Sugden Sumter Taylor History COYHZSEIO7' Gofuervmzent Mathematics Languages Bzzsivzesx Ed. 2' .Z,g,.,.fQjf2f-..'gE,.-A.. .,., , ' -- H ' . ' ,... . atf- ,X fav ,. -' "" f . I 29:4 .ir T , ' ' fy J, . A J ..,.... 5 ' ,., . ' sr: ,.., ' W .. W , 1 -"'iie , " ., ,.,. A ' 4 . - 5 vb pf a Q i ...El H J . A ll2l Mrs. Maddox and Marilyn 'vVcigand, student teacher, examine the geometrical toys made by the geometry classes. 'llinglish gets to be more fun every day!" Mrs. Robin- son and Kathleen Moore enjoy a private joke While Annette Smith looks on. Faculty Provides Help Mr. Stanley Mr. YValtcr Mrs. Lucille Mrs. Nadine Mrs. Hazel Mrs. VVinifred Upchurch VVarren VVhite VViest VVilliams Wfilliams Matlnevimtici' Mi1tbe11fzafio.v Chorus English Jlflatlaemmicx Typing -5 , ,,... ..... V ? . Trail O Memories . . and the 'sisty-uglers' are off to the ball." The six graces, who are our cheerleaders, clown around at the Ardmore pep assembly. f'They say a picture is worth a thousand words. Here is the picture, so make up your own thousand words." Subjects for this indescrib- able masterpiece are Tim Payne, David Qverstreet, VVicky Burrow, jimmy Stewart, and Butch Milan. U61 This year Norman High School reached high goals and made many wonderful memories for every student. VVhether you were just begin- ning your years at Norman High, looking back over one year and forward to the next, or making your last journey through the home of the Tigers, this section will recall for you that won- derful year 1962-63. The first all school party, the Howdy Hop, left all concerned with a new feeling of com- patibility. The Speech II play, "The Man Who Came to Dinner," was deemed a success by all who saw it. The Tiger Twistin' Twenties Party and the Junior Surprise Party were fun for everyone. The Holidays were celebrated by assemblies, a dress-up day, and an exceptional Christmas Dance. Semester finals came while everyone wondered in amazement how the Hrst semester had gone so fast. The All-Sports Queen and All-School Queen coronations were the most beautiful ever. "The Music Manf' the all school musical, was expertly done as was the Senior Class Play. f'Now-or-Never" VVeek was only one of many Student Council sponsored activities during the year. It gave all girls a MI'm gonna get on my pony and ride . . ." Cherry Kay Griffith and Quentin Remy Hroclc it out" at the Howdy Hop. " ' """: a ' I 2 .'..a G iiii msg 'lVVe are the Tigers and we are the best!" The pep club shows some of Norman's Untamable Tiger Spirit at a pep assembly. chance to legally chase boys. As always, many deserving students were chosen for Who's Who every six weeks. The Untarnable Tiger Spirit reached its great- est height this year as crowds at all sporting events flourished. Our pep club, the Ginger- snaps, was bigger and better than ever. They were led by extraordinary cheerleaders and of- ficers. Their pep assemblies added extra zest to the week. The "NN Club also enjoyed a bigger and better year. All our Tiger Teams brought honor to NHS throughout their many victories and good sportsmanship. The football team had a very successful season with nine outstand- ing victories. Basketball and wrestling also gave more than their share of glory to Norman High as did the track, baseball and swimming teams. The fabulous prom, presented to the Seniors by the hardworking junior Class, was the be- ginning of the end of a wonderful year. Gradu- ation was the end. As the Seniors left the halls of Norman High School for the final time, they left behind them a never-to-be-forgotten Trail of Memories. l'Oh Susan, I really don't think you will catch any fish in there." Sandra Busch wisely remarks to Susan Early as Jacque VVallace and Linda Stangle work diligently in the background. M. . . then Mr. Grifhn yelled at me just because l didn't know the excellerator from the brake!" wails Susan Hallam while Susie Ivy, Gay Clark, and Karen Bramlett listen to her problems. Enrollment marked the first step into NHS for the anxious Sophomores, the middle-of-the-road for the Juniors, and the last lap for the soon-to-bc-leaving Seniors. Teachers and enrolling students are Mrs. Smith, Barbara Morgan, Mr. Young, Kathy Kuhlman, Judy Anderson, Carol Donnell, and Carol Chipman. l U71 "Twenty-two skidoo to you, too, Boo Boo." Cheryl Craig and Basil Hurry were just two of the many who had a great time at the Tiger's Twistin' Twenties Party. 'WVhat a breakll-Iere I stand surrounded by all these beautiful dames, and I end up with the runtf' Terry Craig and Dean Veal wait for their cue in the Coronation. They are surrounded by Lynda Todd, Bobbi jones, Karol Veal, and Judy Anderson. Fun and ame Hlirank, if you don't nominate me the next time, we're through." All in fun and lots of fun, the Coronation was a complete success. "You guys, let's just give up and buy one of those aluminum jobs." The "N" Club met with many obstacles, but the finished product was a beautiful Christmas tree for N.H.S. "I sure wish I could have a mummy like thatln Sandy Seals gives Marty Nelson the "evil eye" during a scene from k'The Man Who Came to Dinner." 4'"MXH-'?5if5'9Y5"f'9TxVi.f 'C w""'FX se mm. YL, ,ji s . Ai , , . A "They came, they saw, Cheryl conqueredli' jumping for joy, C heryl Todd and some of her attendants congratulate each other on the All-Sports Queen election. at orman Hi h "lVlental maturity tests seem to be getting harder every year." Some of the Junior Class brains cou- centrate on an intellectual game of Bingo. "Relax, Guyanne, we can put our jeans back on in half an hour." Carol McDade and Guyanne Calame pose for the Trail Photographer before the coronation. "Look, Santa, no cavities!', Mr. Reynolds in a Santa Claus suit and Rudolph in a Laura Hallam suit plan their sleigh ride at the junior Sur- ls IC 11 sougbud 111 4 gdded Lage? No, its Lrlc Feaver trymg to escape from Mlss Mc- They lust dont make those kmt dresses like they used to!" Randy Glnsscock and Ken Foss make the best of a bad s1tuation. Caught in the act is Tommy joe Gibson as he attacks Patty Ragan during lunch. X upon receiving his letter. MDoesn't Sara know that Ban takes the worry out of being close?" Cindy Smith, Cheryl Todd, Lynn Patterson, and Bobbi Jones laugh with CFD Sara Clifton. "Go, Captain Ritz, or is it Cowboy Bob?" Bob Ritz receives congratulations from Coach Corrotto emorie Are Made Of Thi "Liz, there comes a time in everyone's life when that greasy kid stuff has got to goin Liz Riddle and Percy Granger share a scene from "The Music Man." 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X 9WLSA - is A Thrilling Moment-Attendant Judy Comegys con- gratulates Liz Riddle when she learns that she has been chosen 1963 All-School Queen. A Chilling Moment-jack Herron is in the process of crowning Liz Riddle at her coronation. Liz Rei ns in "A ummer Placea' A Moment to Remember-The Queen and her court are: Ken Foss, Lynn Pattersong jim VVells, Cheryl Craigg Nick Mayfield Karen NV nn- ueen Liz Riddle ack Herron' Flower Girl Karen YVantland and Crown-Bearer Gary Nanceg Cindy Smith y , Q , J , John Heniphillg Sharon Cramer, Richard Hendersong Judy Comegys, Perry Brooks. l'Miss Sugden will never know." Max Murrell, Bobby Milburn, and Ronnie Reese tutor CF! each other on their math home work. "Round and round and round they go, what time they will stop Mr. Daniel only knows." David Behrman, Cheryl Craig, Susie Amspacher, and Quentin Remy whoop it up at one of our many successful parties. The FFA queen and her court were Kenny Balch, Barbara Morris, XViley Madole, Becky Berry, Gus Thompson, Kathi Straw, Vernon Christian, Marty Nelson, Mickey Haynes, Linda Ham es: Susie Amspacher, Frank Dabney, Janet Bloomer, and Perry Gala Activities End Year I s l- 4 n. The '63 Juniors Worked very hard to make their prom, 2 . . . ' "Adventures 1n Paradise," just as fabulous as the won- derful '62 prom, 'LG0ne With The VVind," pictured below. l25l .:e1":-I: f2:221'12:i::a:- :- ..- V: ,M sf 1::: N1 :, .,. ,:, 5:- 3: 3,1 -- ,. ,g .5-f5:,. .,:::'g:,:gg5a ,fc 1 1 vm: P 1 .5 ,,,. ,. ,W ,X 1 X 416' K 1.4 1 Q A' .,.., V. 9 KwAai,.M.1Q., zwwnfeafm 'M awww -. -wmv The first S1X Weeks members were N D Moscoe semor Mary Ann Reed, sophomore, Mary Alice Eurton, junior, and Linda Hill, lunior and Mary Jane Gatchel sophomore Frank Olney, senior, were the second six Weeks choice. Who' Mary jane Gatchel was a Student Council alternate, a Willing VVorker "Music Mani' com- mittee, La Parisienne, FHA, FTA, Gingersnaps, Library, and National and State Honor Societies. Frank Olney was a member of National and State Honor Societies, student council, sci- ence club, Junior Rotarians, "NH Club, swim- ming team, and was football manager. Mary Alice Eurton was a member of the Spanish club, the student council and was parlia- mentarian of Gingersnaps. Mary Ann Reed was a Gingersnap, student council alternate, secretary of La Parisienne, FTA, and assistant FHA song leader. N. D. Moscoe was in the band council and stage band, National and State Honor Societies, Latin club, student council, and :eMusic Manf' Linda Hill was a member of the Spanish club, the student council, and the Gingersnaps. Carol Chipman was an active member of the Gingersnaps and an excellent cheerleader. Quentin Remy Was a letterman in both foot- ball and track. At another school he was the Lions Club representative, and Favorite Sopho- more. Russell Dunn was assistant drum major in the band and participated in the '4Music Manf' Pat Jarvis, Senior, Secretary of Student Coun- cil, Gingersnaps, Science Club, and FHA. Pat has had roles in the musicals l'Oklah0ma!" and the HMusic Man." She was in the Speech ll play, "The Man VVho Came to Dinner." Larry Harral, junior, President of junior Class, Master' Counselor of DeMolay. He plays the drums in the Band. Bill Tankersley, Sophomore, Student Council Representative, and chairman of the finance com- mittee. Bill plays basketball and participates in track. Marty Nelson, Senior, Vice-President of Stu- dent Council, Oklahomals junior Miss, Ginger- snaps, State and National Honor Societies, BPVV Girl of the Month, FFA Queen Honor Attend- ant, Spanish Club Sweetheart, All-School Queen Attendant, junior Class Secretary-Treasurer, and winner of the United Nations speech contest. Laura Hallam, Junior, Student Council Rep- resentative, Gingersnaps, Girls' Chorus, National and State Honor Societies, Spanish Club Sweet- heart, and La Parisienne. Kathy McCray, Sophomore, Student Council Representative, Latin Club, State Honor Society, and Future Nurses. ho VX ra 'ho's NV ho members for the 4th six weeks were: Larry Har- l, Junior, Pat Jarvis, Senior, and Bill Tanlcersley, Sophomore. Kathy McCray, Sophomore, Laura Hallam, junior, and Mary Martha Nelson, Seniorg were voted as YVho's YVh0 for the Sth six Weeks. l29l Leading tutlents Show Frank Olney, Sammy Hatcher, and Joel Ewing are the Straight MA" Seniors. NVinner of the Garrison Award was Gregg Huff. First row: Robert Crawley, Frank Olney, Nancy O'Neal, Connie Malloy, Pam Wfhitten, Laura Hallam, Paula Powers, Janice Pace, Carolyn Schlosser, Nancy VVard, Linda Crews, Lindy Buck, Dallas Dorsett, and Charles Bilbo. Second Tow: Johnny Mad- dox, Patty Ragan, Marilyn Kennedy, Linda Wfilliams, Carolyn McPherson, Linda Haines, Judith Judd, Vicki Burton, Nancy Herrick, Kay Giezentanner, Phil Luccock, Hugh Mabe, and David Allin. Third row: Ken Maddox, John Davis, Kenneth Linn, Bill Hudson, John Finney, Carol Chiplnan, Lynda Todd, Percy Granger, Patricia Jarvis, Steve Raymond, Joel Ewing, and Calvin Jones. Fourth row: Jonathan Thayer, Richard Hart, Forrest Barker, Joe Flippo, Jim McF.lrath, Eric Feaver, Jim VVells, Judy Bandy, Mary King, Mary Katherine Houck, Susan VVright, Linda Carole Wfilliams, Judy Heavner, Charlotte Southerland, and Jill Sellers. Fifth row: Jacky Medcalf, David Behrman, Paul Bell, Larry D. Varner, Gene Bauman, Jack Herron, David Robin- son, Bill Cook, Bart Wfard, Bill Stewart, Liz Riddle, Joan VVilcoX, Pam VVinters, Anita Gentry, and Karen XVynn. . .. ,, ,, .,,, ...... . V ., V av, .V .X 3 y- ,wi va ff ' .V we Xe W k mv- 'xi' wifaw',weN": 'R fa Y- 4' 5' s ww , .- . . ,. ,. A a , fi. a is ,Q if ,, we f fs Activities And Studies Karen Bratcher, Karen lVynn, Susie Anispacher, Marty Nelson, Sharon Cramer, and Liz Riddle were chosen as the BPW girls-of-the-month. Karen NVynn was awarded the annual BPYV scholarship. After thc grueling experience of thc National ' Merit Scholarship Qualifying Examination, Joel Ewing, Steve Raymond, Ken Maddox, and Frank Olney were accepted as Merit Scholar- ship Finalists. The Lions Club chose Janice Pace, N. D. Moscoe, Liz Riddle, and Mary King to receive the Club's student-of-the-inontli award. l31l Laura Hallam represented Norman High School at the Spanish-American Fiesta. tudent Take Representatives to Girls' and Boys' State were: Susie Amspacher, Marty Nelson, Carolyn McPherson, John Hemphill, David Robinson, Ken Maddox, and Jim Hoover. T321 Linda Toberman was this year's recipient of the Betty Crocker Award in Norman, and continued on to the state contest. Individual Honor Every year in Norman High there is a group of students who receive the awards and honors of the school. These awards are obtained through hard work, and the students who receive them are especially deserving. There is a great variety of awards which are earned in a great many ways-elections, exami- nations, grades, and also by the choices of civic clubs through nominations and completed forms. The awards are distinguishing and advance the reputations of the recipients as well as their chances for future awards. Exalted Ruler Bert XVells presents Sharon Cramer and N. D. Moscoe with their hard-earned 5550 bonds after they were Chosen in the Elks Youth Leadership Contest. Right: Laura Hallam, Judy Tiller, Guyanne Calame, and Carol H VKVH McDade fall at the feet of Don Kerby, who was chosen as the Ugliest Boy of NHS. X l l l Lower: The junior Rotarians were joel Ewing, Sharon Cramer, Frank Olney, jim Hoover, and David Robinson. 5 v W ly Skim q:.iS'f f: l.Q "'.vi5"s2fE 'm. .,..... 1 Y? ' ' M Q, J 3 -i cheers of the Gmgersnaps and he X- W Jgy Z KVA- ., fx ,WB "Ah, cheer up, Ron,', says Mr. Taylor, TRAIL sponsor. "VVith luck, maybe the TRAIL won't really look like We think it Will. "My, my, what people are demanding these days!" sighs Ann Finney while Richard Booker sorts TRAIL Wan" mail. "I'll never twist again like I did last summer, but I guess square- dancing always has been for me," thinks Cherry Kay Grifiith. Here it is! ls that what you were waiting for? Is it what you hoped it would be? We the 1963 TRAIL STAFF sincerely hope that this yearls yearbook is everything and "more'7 than just what you thought it would be. We have Worked hard in trying to pick what we thought you would like to remember and have tried even harder to put your memories in a "memory'l book that you would be proud of. Here it isg it's yours. Be proud of it and look back in future years and enjoy this edition "from TRAIL to youll' From TR IL "See, Mr. Young, I can prove it's my purse," protests Richard Booker in demand of his property from Patty Fowler. imawfvfg-irfaaw. RON MINNIX Editor RAREN VVYNN , TRAIL TAFE , E R A "Now Judy, what have you got on . . . your mind?" asks Farrie Young and Linda Pratt of Judy Miller. To You A'Let's see now, how can I get his picture out of here without getting caught?", thinks jan Herron as jane Ash works on. Business M anager Row 1: David Allin, jane Ash, Richard Booker. Row 2: Sara Culp, Ann Finney, Patty Fowler. Row 3: Maria Kay Gill, Cherry Kay Griffith, Mike Harmon. Rofw 4: Jan Herron, David Meyer, Judy Miller. Raw 5: Larry Odom, Linda Pratt, Carolyn Schlosser. Row 6: Pam VVhitten, Pam Winters, Farrie Young. The members of Speech Department, who attended Speech Con- test Were: B. K. Shaw, Alvin Turner, N. D. Moscow, Sandy Seals, Marty Nelson, Robert Reed, Percy Granger, Pat Jarvis, Nick Mayfield, Lindy Buck. and Rindy Livezey. Norman's one act play cast included: Darlene Hammond, Sandy Seals, Donna Kruis, Judy Kaldrider, jim Hoover, Christine Smith, and Nick Mayfield. a f si e as PEECH Members of the Speech Department, under the direction of Mrs. Mabel Ritzman, have dis- played their talent on many occasions this year. Speech students represented Norman High in different contests through the year. During the first semester, members of the Speech II class presented UThe Man Who Came To Dinner." The Speech and Choral department presented an outstanding production of the mu- sical, "The Music Man." i'VVould you like for me to spill these marbles all over the library floor," asks Percy Granger to Liz Riddle in the production "The Music Man." ,,, ., ,,... AIQ, ,vpq X 1 . ,,., 3 , 'H ":"'2:"f'. "I"g: ,v 4.3952-.w ..'. W 'i . .-..s'.ig2,:515Z,!5!::saw'Z., ' 11 .-., 'ja . "gg-.. we 'gaze f .Q , 1 aaaa M a I, , ""': "" ,, ,. W t WY? f" "" fs if li ' i 13:5 5. :::"::::'555: "5 li V " " i . ' Q at Q -. l X we ,t -- fo Y ...... as , ' f f-of N , " "" "" V iii... of ----- 11- .-.. ---. 1 ""S P . .. z .S il of Q ' i' a:siz:e.z::EzZ:I: 1- "' f i: .. .. ......,...,....... . .5: iii ' tt. 32 i o ,..... , ,...... , --eeoe W N .. iiiii it .Q HmUwmMMWMmMWwwHmWMMH the Production of The M2-H Who Came To Dinner? " gi Mm Other members of the cast included: Percy Granger, M g, fl , : gg .,.,. M ..,. ,.,.,.. ' W """"""' ?"'M't ,Wg asv Darlene Hammond, and Marry Nelson- ea ,,,,,,.,.... i .eiss,ig ii3?i l44l CIE CE CL B The Norman High School Science Club en- joyed an active and fun-filled year. Sponsored by Mr. Morris, the club heard lectures by vari- ous Oklahoma University professors. The Science Club's purpose is to further the interests of students in science and many other fields. The oflicers were: President, john Davis, Vice-President, Robert Reed, Secretary, Linda Crewsg and Treasurer, joel Ewing. A group of Science Club members look over the parts of the body. The members include: Rick Olney, Karen VVynn, Lewis Fite, Charlotte Southerland, David Gustafson, and Linda Crews. Science Club Encourages Research Members of the Science Club include: Robert Reed, Frank Olney, john Calvin jones, janice Pace, Gary Swimley, john Davis, joel Ewing, Susan Brandt, Anita Gentry, and jim Stallings. II45 l F FA Sets New Goals uOkay, which one of you guys put the Boscoe in cow's milk?" The FFA otiicers, Kenny Balch, Gus Thompson, VViley Ma- dole, Vernon Christian, Frank Dabney, Perry Brown, and Mickey l-laynes, look on innocently. Mr. Mackey explains the FFA emblem to the boys. The primary aim of the FFA is the develop- ment of agricultural leadership, cooperation, and citizenship. The Norman chapter of FFA is under the leadership of Mr. H. W. Mackey. They started olft the year by electing an FFA queen, Linda Hames, and officers. They gave an assembly during the year, explaining to the whole student body the meaning of the FFA emblem. First row: Mickey Haynes, Butch Hensley, jerry Russell, Rick McLin, David Meiser, Wiley Madole, Kenny Broudy, Toni Gowens, Danny Springs, Gus Thompson. Second raw: Harold Bennett, Don Sullivan, Darrel Edwards, Billy Hamil, Lynn Meyer, Billy Young, Billy Hill, Earl Roley, Perry Brown. T461 First row: David Vaughan, jerry Tucker, Billy Tucker, Ted Lamar, Dale Russell, Vernon Christian, Bob Peters, Kenny Balch, jerry Nevels, Dale Horton, Glen Heitz. Second row: Van Gifford, Phil Pence, jim Van Schuyver, john Potts, Arley Ander- son, Raymond YVhite, Jim Bif'He, Alton YVhite, Tommy VVinn, joe Moore, Gordon Howell, Calvin Sanders, Gene Hill, Pete I-logue, R. L. Price. ul don't care wht those guys say," protests john Potts. "I know I can ride this horse:" 'iGus," says Mr. Mackey, "I can't find your name on the list. The only Thompson down here is Roscoe Au- gustusf' A'Oh, Woe is me!" TT"""'WTM ,,,,, ,MXBE ...,..., - 'W The Journalism officers for the 1962-63 school year were: Connie Malloy, Vice-President, Sherre Mc- Connell, President, Lindy Buck, Secretary, Alvin Turner, Treasurer, and the club sponsor, Mrs. Nellie Childs. Belknap FJ A Club Under the leadership of Mrs. Nellie Childs, the Belknap Future journalist Club led a very active year. They made trips to visit the Daily Oklahoman and Norman Transcript to Watch the presses roll. They attended a tri-school ban- quet at Holdenville in the spring. Susan Wright, a member of the journalism Club at NHS, was elected President of the State journalism Club. Other members of the journalism Club Were: Alvin Turner, Liz Rid- dle, Karen Wynri, Micki Bohn, Mike YValler, Ann Pilling, and Carolyn Mathers. The members of the Future journalist Club for the 1962-63 school year were: First row: Susan Collins, Robert Moomau, Mike Harmon, Susan VVright, Ed Bucher, Sandy Seals, Ron Minnix, and David Meyer. Second row: Mark Miller, Connie Malloy, Sherre McConnell, Carol Henderson, Nancy Herrick, jane Ash, Mary Katherine Houck, Lindy Buck, and Walter Shaw. i431 Above: "Is that me?" ponders Susan Collins as Mary Katherine Houck crops a picture for the Tiger Tales and Connie Malloy types copy. Right: Sandy Seals, Micki Bohn, Alvin Turner, Sherre McConnell, Nancy Herrick, Susan Collins, Mrs. Childs, and Susan lVright '4concentrate?" on recent happenings to put in the Tiger Tales. Tales o orman Hi h Mrs. Nellie Childs, eight editors, two business managers, and thirteen reporters formed the staff of our Norman High School Tiger Tales. ln- cluded in the twelve bi-monthly issues were special editions for Christmas and Senior Week. Being on the newspaper staff entails a great amount of demanding work which requires talent and training. There is much to be done before a paper can be put out. News must be gathered, stories written, and headlines planned. All this must be done in a clear, concise way that will get the point of the article across to the readers. This year's staff has worked hard to put out truly good papers. Alvin Turner, Micki Bohn, and Sandy Seals try the door-to-door method of selling news- papers. Susan Wright, Sherre McConnell, Nancy Herrick, Liz Riddle, and Lindy Buck plan for the next issue of the Tiger Tales. E491 Spanish Club officers for this year were VVesley Devero, Secretary-Treasurerg Sara Culp, Vice President, Alvin Turner, President, and Mr. Sumter, Sponsor. Spanish Club members are-First row: Lena Oliphant, Cherri Christian, Cheryl Craig, Sara Culp, Diane Mead, Lynda Hill, Linda Williams, Stephanie Warren. Second row: Janet Bradley, Kathi Straw, Karen Green, Carol McDade, Sandra Busch, Shay Burnett, Kay Kimberling, Vicki Beckham, Karen McConnell. Third row: Paula Powers, Vicki Loveless, Judy Miller, Mary Alice Eurton, Margaret Barbour, Judy Hcavner, Jeannie Dragoo, Mar- cella VVise. Fourth row: Linda Pannell, James Elder, Micki Bohn, Guyannc Calame, Janice McGovern, Linda Gunning, Mr. Sumter, Vicki Pence, Jan Herron, Pat Bell, Francine Korgan, Beverly Adkins. panish lub Learns This year's Spanish Club was made up of over fifty members from the various Spanish classes. The members participated in the Christmas as- sembly by portraying a typical Christmas in Mexico. Included in the skit was the breaking of a pinata which Was filled with candy and small toys. One of the speakers was Pat Bell who showed slides from Equador and talked on the customs of the people. Another speaker was Miss Roberta Tesar who spoke on the life of the people in Venezuela. Among the various projects planned for the club was the purchasing of tapes of Spanish music by which to learn Spanish dances. Spanish Club members listen attentively during a meeting. U01 Johnita Kay YVharton, Sylvia Dumus, Carol Henderson, Shircc Hockman, Barbara Fry, Jill Jepson, and Judy Harral examine articles from Venezuela. .fa 5 W a.:rz:r4.,, wez.'s,1a as sw. "ff s-1 ' .. rm.. A Sharon Cramer led the Student Council as the first girl president. Mr. Bob VVilliams ponders a question at one of the many council meetings. tudent Council The members of the NHS Student Council, led by Sharon Cramer, the first girl president, were among the busiest people in school. Under the supervision of Bob Williams, the school year passed quickly with a chain of events. The Howdy Party, Christmas Dance, the Boom- er Conference Swap-Shop, and the organization of the Willing Workers took us through the first semester. The elections of Who's Who, and the friend- liest Sophomores, juniors and Seniors, gave everyone something to look forward to. For the sport victories, we had the Victory Flag to fly. Now or Never Week was a great success as everyone took an active part in each day's program. Last but not least, was the Intramural Volley Ball Games, made up of teams represent- ing different organizations. The other officers for the year were: Pat jarvis, Secretaryg Marty Nelson, Vice-Presidcntg and jack Herron, Treasurer. l51l lfirrt Tow: Mr. Bob VVilliams, Judy Comegys, Eric Feaver, Jack Herron, Pat Jarvis, Sharon Cramer, Bob Ritz, John Hemphill, and Ken Maddox. Second row: Vicki Pence, Lynda Hill, Diane Mead, Kathi Straw, Laura Hallam, Carol McDade, Quentin Remy, Mary Alice Eurton, Jim Wfells, and Bill Cook. Third 7'0'ZU.' Joyce Goldfield, Judy Miller, Linda Pratt, Susan Donnell, Pat Griflith, Kathy McCray, Rick Olney, Susie Dunn, and Frank Olney. Ifomftb row: Mary Ann Reed, Marilyn Martin, Mary YVilson, Laura Hill, Joyce Anderson, Lynn Reed, Braden Cross, Bill Tankersley. 1963 - BE T Mar Alice liurton makes a motion while Diane Mead Y v plays "peek-a-boo" with an unseen party. x"l'hese early morning meetings can sure get a guy down,' mumbles Frank Olney during one of his rest periods. 'SZJ 1 "l move we dispense with these pencils marked LMade in Japan' and print up a new bunch labeled 'Made in NHS by Tigers," Susan Dunn announces. son, Hthey w0n't even give a girl a chairf YEAR YET. First row: Gene Bauman, Ken Farris, Vicki lXlcNeeley, Gregg Huif, David Robinson. Second raw: Cherry Grifliith, Dana Davis, johnny Maddox, Becky Berry, Kay Blackburn. Third row: Mary ,lane Gatchel, Micky Swank, Sue lvy, Rheba Russell, jane Meyer. 'These rude boys," thinks Joyce Ander- First row: Mrs. Mary Gatchel, Sponsor, Karen Brewster, David VVilliams, Ann Adkins, Karen Thompson, Pam VVhitten, Charw lotte Southerland, Mary Price, Vicki Burton, and Carol Gray. Second row: Judy Kaldrider, Mickey Swank, Sharon Pettit, Helen Thayer, Vivian Bell, Carolyn McPherson, Pat McPherson, Kathleen Kitching, Ann Finney, and Margaret Barbour. Third row: Stanley Upchurch, Janice Pace, Linda Robison, Margaret LaFon, Anne Pilling, Kay Giezentanner, Sylvia Dumas, Lynne Daugherty, Pam Oviatt, Mary Leonard, Betsy Siegal. F ourtlo row: jennifer Ragsdale, Mary jane Gatchel, Cathy Hol- man, Mary Ann Reed, Jan Herron, Beverly Adkins, Harriet Branton, Linda Toberman, Patti Justice, and Anne Ketcham. FTA Has All Time Membership Boasting fifty-four members this year, the Future Teachers of America have made a 10006 increase in membership. The first Monday of each month was devoted to a business meeting while the third Monday was a programmed meeting. At the beginning of the year, the club heard Dr. Williani Monahan speak on the value and qualifications of a teacher. A Halloween Past President Rosemary McGee installs new oiiicers: Marilyn Gay, President, David VVilliams, Vice-Presidentg Karen Thomp- son, Secretaryg Ann Adkins, Treasurer, and Carolyn Gay, Historian. 41 party was given for the members by the new oflicers. The impressive installation ceremony was highlighted by talks from Mrs. Gatchel, Sponsor, Rosemary McGee, Past-President, and Mr. B. Roy Daniel. As a money raising project, the members sold cookies in the teachers' lounge. At the end of the year, the club attended the State Convention in Tulsa. Sylvia Dumas, Donna Kruis, Patti Justice, Ann Adkins and Karen Thompson refresh themselves after FTA installation FHA officers are: First 1'0'U.7i Ann Adkins, Reporterg Mary Layne Burton, Lynda Stangle, Mary Jane Gatchel, Carol Kahoe, Ann Reed, Assistant Song Leader, Barbara Music, Song Caryl Kunsemuller, and Pat Jarvis show the stuffed animals they Leader, Ramona lVilson, Treasurerg Mary King, President, made for the Cerebral Palsy Institute. and Linda Toberman, Secretary. Second row: Linda Haines, Vice-President, Carol Gray, Historian, Mrs. Inez Rolettc, Sponsorg and Pam LeBlanc, Parliamentarian. Future Homemakers Serve Following their goal, L'Toward New Hori- made stuffed animals for the children at the zonsf' the Future Homemakers of America, Cerebral Palsy Institute. A Christmas bazaar under the sponsorship of Mrs. Rolette, have was held for the school. For Thanksgiving and performed many services this year for their Christmas, gift-baskets were sent to a needy school, city and state. At the beginning of the family. In the spring the Norman Chapter at- school year, the Sub-District FHA Rally, with tended the State FHA Rally in Oklahoma City. delegates from thirteen cities, was held here at just before graduation, the FHA members ate Norman. Also during the fall, the members dinner at Dodson's to celebrate a year of service. First row: Ann Adkins, Rosemary XVhite, Mary Ann Recd, Linda Toberman, Layne Burton, Mary King, and Linda Hames. Second row: Sharon Pruett, Barbara Music, Karen Green, Beverly Rodgers, Lynda Stangle, Pam LeBlanc, Ramona VV1lson, An- nette Smith, Caryl Kunsemullcr, and Claudia Griffin. Third row: Marsha Hunt, Carol Milburn, Mary jane Gatchel, Susan Easterling, Vicki Loveless, jackie Myers, Carol Taylor, Pat Jarvis, Carol Gray, and Carol Kahoe. l M?J?i8HfW,,'W 5?Zf m Nw., 'v ,.LQwf,?M'2.If?v.,4Zw.!1WZiw , "'- 2-1 - . A ,. ,. ., . , ff ft Club Under the sponsorship of Coach Bert Corr and Coach Wray Littlejohn, the Norman High "Nw Club reorganized this year with the usual 'Glick" initiation. Promoting good sportsmanship, the NNN Club drew up the HN' Club Creed. Some of the club's projects were cleaning up the school parking lot and selling Tiger stickers. Boasting a ping-pong Leading the HN" Club this year were oHiccrs Ken Farris, secretary, tournament' an Allischool Party was Sponsgred Bob Ritz, president, Coach Bert Cort, sponsor, Coach VVray Littlejolm, by the itN,7 Club IU the fall- Our beautiful sponsor, and David Robinson, vice-president. Not pictured is Gregg Christmas tree was erected with slight difficulty Huff, treasurer. by the strong "N" Club athletes. The election and crowning of the beautiful All-Sports Queen and her attendants were carried out by the "N" Club members. Coach Corrotto commends Gary King for his fine record as a Tiger quarterback. Senior MN" Club members are, First row: Robert Crawley, Percy Granger, Ken Foss, Eric Feaver, Don Hickman, john Hemp- hill, Frank Olney, Bill Lockett, Rusty Reed, and Tommy Thompson. Second 7'0"LU.' Pete Mabe, Alvin Reed, Max Murrell, Basil Hurry, joe Kill, Larry Dillts, Leslie Fertig, Kelly XVilson, and Mike YVashburn. Third row: Ken Maddox, Gene Bauman, jack Heron, Jeff VVatson, Steve Taylor, Bob Ritz, Lanny Layman, Mike Hill, and Ken Farris. . . .............. ...., . ,. ,s fv 1 ,- V. f- 4- V- .:a:a:aa:a:s:1'i:e:s S MT SH aac4e?QMa sa aaseamss . ii EM Q ' at X ":' , f i, it -.-E2 is Q ,l."x"E' I ' 3 : J- It 'E: IU ' 1 '- Q 'Z wigg 2 ii. w e NN.. 1 5 'E 1 f :,.:1 iliil iiii IZIA' ' s 2 ...vv V . is , .. 1 ii? , ' ":' A ' -. ' .,.:: ,,,, " ::- I vvv: ,,:, W' "",, ' A D if? The team was in the huddle and tackled the hardest MN" Club president Bob Ritz proudly presents All problem of the year-how to put up the "N" Club Sports Queen Cheryl Todd with the traditional sweater Christmas tree. Coach Bob VVilliams presents cross-country awards to team members Robert Crawley, Ken Farris, Percy Granger, Gary Harris, Bill Reese, and Bill Ryan. From left to right, following the HNV are sopho- more and junior members: David Behrman, Gary Wfilliams, Ronnie Morris, Bud McDaniel, Bob Clark, Ricky Kersey, Brent Livingston, Jim VV'ells, Don Kcrby, Larry Berglan, Don Allen, Quentin Remy, Bill Reese, james Hemphill, and Marvin Daniels. The 1962-63 pep club oilicers were: Susie Arnspacher, President, Vicki Pence, Vice-Presidcntg Kathi Straw, Secretary-Treasurer, Judy Anderson, Snapper-Upper, Darlene Hammond, Attendance Secretary, Mary Alice Eurton, Parliamentariang and Becky Johnson, Historian, The Gingersnap sponsors were: Miss Florence Pevehouse, and Mrs. Sue Kendall. First row: Judy Anderson, Nancy Richey, Lynda Todd, Cynthia Smith, Cheryl Todd, Lynn Patterson, Bobbie Jones, Carol Chipman, Karol Veal, Susie Anispacher, and Darlene Hammond. Sccovzd raw: Pat Jarvis, Rindy Livezcy, Susan Tracy, Dallas Dorsett, Linda Crews, Karen Thompson, Mary VVilliarns, Darlene XVise, Mary Jolly, and Susan Hawkins. Third row: Carolyn Schlosser, Barbara Music, Linda Hames, Pat McPherson, Kathy Amsden, Karen Brather, Ramona YVilson, Elaine Horner, and Heather Jansing. Foilrrh rofw: Sherre McConnell, Karen VVynn, Judy Kuldrider, Linda Toberman, Carolyn McPherson, Linda Ketner, Carol DuKett, Linda MacKillian, Margaret Barbour, and Elaine Ketcham. Fifth row: Lindy Buck, Carolyn Mathers, Janice Pace, Judy Judd, Ann Adkins, Connie Hurt, Barbara Keller, Susan VVright and Caryl Kunsmullcr. Sixth row: Bonnie Miller, Carol Gray, Pam LeBlanc, Ann Ketcham, Vicki Burton, Mary Price, Jacque Wallace, Susie Dunn, Marty Nelson, and Carol Donnell. Seventh row: Patti Justice, Margaret Merrick, Patsy Vaughan, Pat Crawford, Mary Jane Carver, Dorothy LaRue, Patty Ragan, Sara Clifton, Mildred Wagner, and Judy Davis. Ij60J l"i1'sz' row: Barbara Sellers, Jeanie Dragoo, Candy Drilling, Judy Miller, Lena Oliphant, Vicki Pence, Becky Johnson, Mary Alice Eurton, Kathi Straw, Lynda Beardslee, Carol McDade, and Janet Bradley. Second row: Sharon Neal, Virginia Bartlett, Ann Haddock, Becky Berry, Kathy Kuhlman, Guyanne Calame, Nona Gordon, Laura Wfilliams, Mary Ann Belden, and Mary Lou Orr. Third raw: Charlene Cox, Janie Stewart, Nancy Herrick, Lynn Harper, Marilyn Kennedy, Brenda Trader, Cathy Cowan, Shay Burnett, Karen Green, Dana Davis, Sandra Polk, and Janet Bloomer. F omfrb rofw: Sandy Terhune, Paula Powers, Pam Whitten, Nancy O'Neal, Vera Beth Phillips, Karen Boren, Carol LeBlanc, Kay Giezentanner, Charlotte Southerland, Susan Brandt, Janet Morris, and Linda Kinnebrew. Fifth row: Ann Clark Vicki Loveless, Shirley VVomack, Oma Beauchamp, Cherrie Clinkenbeard, Linda Carole VVilliams, Judy Heavner, Patty Nogglc, Diane Buckley, Janice McGovern, Cheryl Craig, and Lynda Hill. ORMA WILL HI E TO IGHT "Golly, gads, Superman is terr-r-rwif'icI" exclaim some of the "Oh, no:" cries a member of our emotional pep pep club oflicers while watching a 'iT.V. show" in assembly. club, 'LKenny has another Charlie-frog 9 2 e?A'F...4?E' Tiger mascot Lynn Patterson leads the cheerleaders around the gym singing "Do the Tiger Hopln GO YOU TIGERS First row: Carolyn Coates, Jan Birmingham, Karen Thomas, Tommi Collins, Judy Comegys, Liz Riddle, Margaret Langley, Maria Kay Gill, Sara Culp, and Sandra Busch. Second row: Toni Ross, Ellen VVebster, June Hall, Janice Tadlock, Marilyn Coats, Megan Riley, Wilson, Susan Pace, Meiser. Fourth row: ley, Beverly Adkins, Coates, Megan Riley Carol Taylor, Marilyn MeCarley, Judy Bandy, and Joyce Bailey. Third rofw: Mary Sue Marty, Susan Kay Kimberling, Eileen Adair, Susie Strategier, Cordelia Stone, Judy Harrell, Jill Jepson, and Carolyn Dorothy Ross, Carolyn Ellis, Jo Nell Price, Linda Fritch, Carolyn Shefler, Pamela VVinters, Linda Dud- Jane Reeves, and Laurie Steinmeyer. Fifth row: Linda Pratt, Rita Rudkin, Farrie Young, Mary Harlow, Carol Taylor, Marilyn McCarlev, Judy Blizabeth Bell, Jackie Myers, and Sharon Jordan. Sixtlo row: XfVanda West, Laura Hallam, Judy Tiller, Donna Kruis, Barbara Henderson, Donann Toler, Carol Henderson, Johnita Kay VVharton, and Vicki Beckham.. lfirxt row: Mary June Bumgarner, Donna Evans, Sharon Pettit, Sandy W'ilson, Patti Nolan, Linda Richey, Camilla Reynolds, Sue Sherif, Jane Hankowsky, Jimmie Lou Marti, and Kathy Birch. Second row: Peggy Johnson, Georgiana Hamilton, Nancy Braught, Connie Collins, Kerry McCrady, Jackie XVebster, Patty Paulok, Pat Griflith, Jennifer Ragsdale, and Vivian Bell. Third row: Julie Cook, Margaret LaF0n, Kathie Moore, Nancy Blair, Mary Ann Whitney, Jeannie Tullius, Linda Souther- land, Caren Brecheen, Paula Schader, and Rosemary White. F ourzla rofw: Cindy Leaverton, Pruda Shank, Kathy Rankin, Jean Cochran, Billie Rogers, Dolores Hancock, Karen Bramlett, Alicia Timmons, and Ellen Langston. Fiftla row: Phyllis Fox, Linda Moss, Marilyn Collins, Judy Martin, Jill Joshu, Patricia Bell, Jackie Brooks, Lynda Felton, and Judy Beckam. WERE FRG TIGERTOW G11 your mark, get set, go! Pep club members Cherry Kay Grifiith, Maria Kay Gill and Linda Pratt and cheerleaders Linda Todd and Karol Veal board the bus for a Lawton basketball game, sing a school song and yell good-bye to good old NHS. l l63l i i 1 i l'Chipper, do you really think those boys stay up all night memoriz- ing their speeches for the pep assemblies?', Karol Veal asks while Carol Chipman and Cindy Smith continue leading the group in "We "Okay, all you cats, chicks, and dogs out there in Tigertown, we're gonna have a real Swingin' song Want the captains!" now from a real gross group," Susie Amspacher in- forms her listeners. ORANGE A D BL CK FOREVER First row: Pam Owens, jane Meyer, Mary Wilsoii, Cindy Bowlby, Patsy Broudy, Joyce Goldfield, Susan Hallam, Cindy Harper, Stephanie VVarren, Sherry York, and jan Bryan. Second rofw: Jan Herron, Susan Easterling, Carolyn Newman, julie Dixon, Mary jane Gatchel Ann Finney Diane Turner, Gay Clark, Pat Hatcher, Candice Warmack, and Sandy Ray. 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Third row: Mary Martha Miles, Varonia Farabee, Linda Gunning, Kris Green, Donna YVilliarns, Linda Stafford, Mickey Swank, Marsha Barton, Patricia Jones, and Cynthia Calkins. F ourrh row: Sue Ivy, Vicki Raymond, jo Ann VValko, La VVayne I-Iouck, Elaine Pickle, Nancy Dukett, Barbara Morgan, Janice Neal, Cathy Holman, Mary Ann Reed, and Marilyn Reynolds. Fifth row: Shirley Tuma, jane Ash, Joyce Alexander, Linda Brewster, Patricia Shirley, Helene Knapple, Mary Crews, Kay VVard, janann Stringer, and Patty Hill. Sixth row: Cindy Mote, Marilyn Martin, Priscilla Feurborn, Brenda Houck, Deanna Blancett, Carolyn Hughes, Martha Reynolds, Mary Coughlin, Patricia Charles, and Linda Sanders. "Let me entertain you," Marty Nelson, posing as Mrs. Smith, said to Nancy Richey , , v, , Neel during one of the football PCP as- Danlel, Doane HRIFISOD, and David Robinson. semblies. Mary Alice Eurton passes out Tiger team boosters to NHS students Bud Mc- The 1963 Chorus Department has done a fine job all year. In March, the Girls' Glee Club, Boys, Glee Club, Mixed Chorus, and various other ensembles went to OCU for contest. The Girlsl Glee Club went back to state contest later in the year. The biggest task of the year was the presentation of the school musical, THE MUSIC MAN. The Departmental officers were elected, and the yearly candy sale was the big- gest sale of all. Mrs. VVhite, the Chorus Director, lead the NHS Chorus Department in the pret- tiest and Hnest Spring Concert Norman High has ever seen. Mrs. VVhite directs the chorus in preparation for a program. CHORUS First row: Sue Clark, Virginia Grace, Oma Ruth Beauchamp, Patty Marshall, Mary Harlow, Carole King, Sandy YVilson, Sandy Schader, Judy Channell, Sherry Waller, Johnny Sue Bender, Linda Lutker. Secovzd row: Patty Paul, Lynda Beardslee, Rita Rud- kin, Carole McDade, Kathi Straw, Laura Hallam, Mary McDonald, Mary Tullius, Donann Toler, Linda Harwell, Karen Mc- Connell, Marcella VVise, Roberta Franklin. Third row: Betty Day, Karen Thomas, Paula Rutledge, Ellveta Stark, Carolyn Meiser, Vicki McNeeley, Sharon Pettit, Jan Birmingham, Eileen Adair, Barbara Henderson, Joyce Baily, Judy Mills, Ann Johnson, Sharian Henderson. Fourth rofw: Rosalee Miller, Earline VVeaVer, Phyllis Garner, Janan Stringer, Janice McGovern, Kay Blackburn, Anne Lovorn, Linda Richardson, Pat Bain, Kay Giezentanner, Barbara Meiser, Paula Schader, Helena Johnson, Linda Wilson, Johnnie Smith. First row: Carla Johnson, Georgia Holley, Barbara Carson, Cordelia Stone, Cheryl Craig, Donna Vaught, Vera Beth Phillips, Jan Bryan, Jorja VVe1ls, Cathy Cowan. Second rafw: Rosemary W'hite, Betty Wheeler, Jill YVade, Marilyn Collins, Michaela Vlach, Vicki Clements, June Hall, Marsha Hunt, Sharon Pruett, Jane VVatson. Third row: Judy Martin, Elizabeth Bell, Patty Hill, Joyce Benge, Peggy Johnson, Janice Hankowsky, Stephanie VVarren, Sara VVorrell, Judy Baker, lllene Kersey, Carol Kahoe, Suzanne Johnson. F0u1f1lJ rods: Judy Coker, Gail Dyson, Lynn Daugherty, Linda Pannell, Mary Crews, Melody Serog- gins, Adele Jones, VVanda Davault, Linda Richey, Lynne VVilliams, Linda Dudley, Linda MacKillican. GRO S SI The sophomore triple trio ,from left to rightb Marilyn Collins, Rosemary VVhite, Kay VVard, Patty Hill, Sandy VVilson. Second row: Sharon Pettit, Joann Stringer, Phylis Garner, liarline VVeaver. The girls' trio, composed of Laura X'Villiams, Linda Hames, Karen Bratcher and accompanist Melba Ab- shirc, practice rather uncomfortably. E671 .,,,, : . .asSea:..s:s:s:::a::23'Qe::::s,1s::::va.: Y . .... ..Z:.s-:::::sSf22-:1:., ..,., . . 5255? .- ,. """' : I "" " :I ,'.2sfi"" ' 'M' ' "" if 2 ..... 321 " 55' ' ' .... 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Departmental oHicers: Liz Riddle, President, Paula Powers, Reporter, Maria Kay Gill, Vice-presidentg and Basil Hurry, Secretary. Choru Take Honor First row: Maria Kay Gill, Connie Malloy, Lena Oliphanr, Karen Green, Karen Bratcher, Richard Atkins, Richard Bruce, David Conley, James McCaslin, Carolyn McPherson, Judy Tiller, Judith Judd, Jackie Myers, Nancy O'Neal. Second row: Paula Powers, Linda VVilliams, Darlene Wfise, Linda Hames, Norman Patrick, Eddie Gilbert, Jim Hgxvkins, Bill VVhceler, Keith Parnion, Kay Ward, Nancy Richey, Melba Abshire, Linda Pratt. Tbi1'd1'0fw: Mary Jolly, Margaret Langley, Liz Riddle, Jacque VVallace, Ann Adkins, Leslie Gergory, Marvin Gifford, Dean Brown, Bill Lindsay, Bob Moomau, Sammy Hatcher, Mary Price, Sharon Cramer, Carol Deason, Barbara Music, Farrie Young. F0m'tlJ row: Laura VVilliarns, Ann Clark, Becky Johnson, Beverly Adkins, Dick Keiln, Jay Jackson, John Keys, Basil Hurry, Harold Boston, Lynn Keim, Robert Martin, Mary Ann Belden, Marilyn McCarley, Pat Vaughan, Judy Heavner, Jane Ann Robertson, F681 G "Oh, when those saints come marehin' in." The girls, quartet, com- posed of Liz Riddle, Darlene Wise, jill XVade, jackie Meyers, and accompanist Nancy O'Neal, sing at one of their more energetic rehearsals. Boys' Glee club comes early for practice, Boys, Glee lub First rofw: Richard Atkins, Tommy Thompson, john Martin, David Conley, john Loxvsley, Alvin Reed, Norman Patrick, jimmie Hawkins, Bill VVhceler, Nick Mayfield, Richard Bruce, Keith Parmon, jimmie MeCaslin. Second row: jeff LeBlanc, Dick Keim, Eric Feaver, Bill Lockett, Bob Ritz, Steve Taylor, john Hemphill, Bob Moomau, Ronnie Reese, Sandy Seals, Dean Brown, Billy Lindsey. Third row: Marvin Gifford, Leslie Gregory, Eddie Gilbert, jay jackson, Basil Hurry, Robert Crawley, Bobby Marsee, Randy Craddoek, Max Murrell, Lynn Keim, Sammy Hatcher. Fourth row: jolm Keys, Mike NVashburn, Mike O'Neil, Gene Bauman, David Robinson, Mike Hill, Gary McNabb, Bill Cook, Sandy Buck, Paul Bell, Harold Boston, Bob Martin, Tony Zule. VISITS PRO OT i'Ei1:VRita Maher, Alesha Timmons, Julie Cook, Carolyn Clark, Sherry York, Harriet Branton, Beverly Adkins, Linoa Oliver. Second row: Jo Ann VValko, Susan Collins, Millie VVag goner, Patricia Bell, Vicki Burton, Mary Katherine Price, Elaine K t h Cind Har er Susan Donnell. Third raw: Kathy McCray, Elveta Stark, Johnnie Ruth Smith, Gladys Bookout, e c am, y p , Jeannie Tullius, Mary Coughlin, Mary Ann VVhitney, Mary Katherine Houck, Judy Judd, Carol Gray, Anne Ketcham. Mixed emotions are shown at FNA meetings. l70l The officers of this year's FNA are Mary Katherine Houck Anne Ketcham, Judy Judd, Carol Gray, Elizabeth Bell. l E FNA E THUSIA NI This year, as in the past, the Future Nurses club of NHS has accomplished much. Under the excellent leadership of their four sponsors, the girls have visited such places as: Mercy Hospital, Oklahoma Medical Foundation, and the OU School of Nursing. They have worked at the Cerebral Palsy Center and attend- ed the state rally. The PNA promotes interest in the worthwhile profession of nursing, and we should be exceedingly proud of its members. "Geel A Doctor Kildare buttonl' exclaims Ann Wack- er as Mrs. Raleigh presents Mary Katherine Houck with a FNA button. The sponsors who have guided the FNA through a successful year were: Mrs. Raleigh, Mrs. J. B. VVilliams, Mrs. T. A. Ragan, and Mrs. XV. A. Beauregard. Jeannie Tullius, Mary Coughlin, Mary Ann VVhitney, and Cindy Harper discuss FNA Q5 business at one of the Future Nurses meetings. l'Goh! Look at the corpuscles!" exclaims Elaine Ketch- am to Mary Katherine Houck during a demonstration. Un I " V W- 2 "" V J -Xdx ancing in Norman High s faxorite formation the hand displays its marching skill. Kathy Alnsden Joyce Anderson Mike Avery Ronny Bagby Pete Baker Marsha Barton Paul Bell Vivian Bell Karen Boren Nancy Braught Gene Bray Karen Brewster Jerry Buxton Larry Buxton Don Carpenter David Carriere Karen Coley Connie Collins Robert Crawley Linda Crews Wesley Devero Dallas Dorsett Russell Dunn Darrell Edwards Michael Elliott Keith Finch Don Fountain Charlie Gass Carolyn Gay Marilyn Gay Gordon Grotts Jimmy Gudgel David Gustafson Larry Harral Richard Hart Judy Hawk Richard Henderson Jan Herron Christy Hill Fred Holasek Ralph Houck Mike Huddleston Carolyn Hughes Bill Jernigan Patti Justice Jim Keeley Phil Kennon Mike Kimbrell Kathleen Kitehing Sue Kuykendall Margaret LaFon Danny Lee Phil Luccock Dianne McDaniel Johnny Maddox Dennis Maloy The Band ofhcers and Band Council members are: First row: Directed by Mr. Middleton, the Band rehearses for one of its many concerts. First row: Karen Thompson, Bill VVilson, and Richard Hart. Second row: Kathy Amsden. Third row: Char- lotte Southerland, Dallas Dorsett, and Linda Crews. Donna Manning Marilyn Martin Mary Sue Marty Nick Mayfield Josette Merrell N. D. Moscoe Carol Parsons Paul Phelps Margaret Pirtle Eugene Ray Lynn Reed Linda Roske Earl Rumans jim Rummage Virginia Schimelpfening Chris Smith Ronnie Smithers Larry Snider Charlotte Southerland Royce Spiceland Linda Stafford Pat Stapp john Stephens Bill Stewart Charles Stooky Tom Swain Mickey Swank Helen Thayer jonathan Thayer Karen Thompson Charles Tucker Stanley Upchurch Nancy Valouch Bart YVard Nancy Ward Pam Whitten john NViley Linda XfVilliams Bill Wilson Ralph Wilson Tommy Winn Brenda Wyatt N. D. Moscoe, President, Robert Crawley, Vice-President, Patti justice, Secretary, Bill VVilson, Reporter. Second row: Paul Bell, Senior Representative, Karen Thompson, Senior Rep- resentative, Russell Dunn, Assistant Drum Major, Phil Luc- cock, Drum Major. Third row: Marilyn Martin, Sophomore Representative, Linda C. 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Ann Finney, David Meyer, and Karen VVynn place tiles Mrs. Fleming points out to Tom Boyett, Mike Taylor, Terry VVil- into the pattern of the NHS Insignia. son, and jeff LeBlanc the qualities of Hne art. Artists Indulge In This year in addition to the usual class art work, the Paint Daubers helped with scenery for "The Music Manf' and weekly placed a paint- ing on the bulletin board as the picture of the week. The group entered numerous poster con- tests: Safety contest, Humane contest, WCTU contest, and the Poppy poster contest. Mem- bers also displayed work at the 'Young Talent in Oklahoma" show and the Edmond Art Fes- tival. As money-raising projects, they sold cook- ies, and held an art show and auction. At Christmas the club made decorations for the ln the cellar of NHS Lynda Felton, Linda Moss, Jennifer Tate Nufsillg HOUTC and Sent h3Ud'm3de Ragsdale, Geary Hunt, and Cynthia Calkins turn out another H H bl I I h I I Christmas cards to the residents. VCQ VC OCC PIIUIS, f Ht IS. Joan NVilcox becomes the center of attention as she is sketched by Kris Green, Kathy Winkler, Shirley Tuma, Tom VVright, and Mary Lou Orr. l76l i james Strickland, Brenda Traeder, Susan Collins, Betsy Siegel, and Kay Kimberling prepare to fire a terra-cotta vase molded by one of the art students, David Meyer. Aesthetic Pur uit The Daubers spent many of their meetings designing and making a tile mosaic school emb- lem. It was presented to the school at the end of the year and will be placed in an appropriate place in the building. Because Mrs. Fleming retired from Norman High this year, the officers-David Meyer, presi- dent, Dallas Dorsett, vice-president, Susan Pace, secretary, and Tommi Collins, treasurer-repre- senting the club, honored her by presenting the school a scroll plaque. Each year outstanding art students will have their name placed on the scroll entitled the "Fleming Awardfl -, , v, . . -' V ' Dallas Dorsett, Cynthia Smith, Reas Dunn, john Hemphill, Mrs. Fleming, and Charlotte Carter work on mixed media. Tony Zulc, Adrienne Davis, Bobbi Jones, Donald Morton, Geraldine Huffman, Velma johnson, and Glen Martiii mount pictures to send to contest. f .fffil ' f' - 4 4 . so "" ,- af ' . v v fi , ' .. Y , ' ,r uf' - C J g" 1 X! ,P "Y 2, 1 . , , 1. " i' , ,A ,f :" .,, .1 1 1 I, 4. v,,i5,,b,,.,v. uv, ,,t.g,1 ,, ,I -1 if fl , ,ff - ,I .5 -W - - ' '- . . .1 ... , ,. ., Ann Finney, Karol Veal, and Kay Blackburn gaze in awe as David Meyer adds his Ugolden touch" to Margaret YVarren's painting, while Larry Stolhand, in the background, laughs at a private joke. lf77l l M I . is.: . . ,,,,, QW, ,Z La Parisierme Has Active Year La Parisienne, under the sponsorships of Mrs. Robert Bell and Mrs. Charles Wade has striven to give its members a better understanding of the language and CUSEOIUS of France. At the be- ginning of the year the annual French banquet was held and a University professor spoke. At Christmas the club had a caroling party. French club carolers took part in the Christmas assembly and also presented a skit on Christmas customs in France. Various programs during the year included slides shown by a student taken during his trip through France and a talk given by a University student. To round out the year the French Club members attended the spring picnic, and a French dictionary was given to the outstanding graduating senior La Parisienne member. 1 st row David Gustafson Dai1dClemcns Cfilxin ones Chad Rockett, Roger Geyer, and Duane Draper. Secondl Susan Donnell jane Meyer Liuia llill Nliiv Wilson Pittv Paul Wadelon Nebergall and Judy Bandy. Third raw: Annette Smith Kathy Amsdcn Kuen Colts Xlaiy llailoxx Xeri Beth Phillips, Connie Malloy, and Anita Gentry. Culture and philosophy hit a high in the home of Mrs. Bell as David Carriere, Dan Meyer-Hayes, Marilyn Reynolds, Jonathan Thayer, and Percy Granger discuss French teenagers. W "See if l care that the girls won't let me sit by them," pouts jonathan Thayer at a French Club meeting. "B-onjour! Comment allez-vous cette apres-midi?" joan VVilcox, jackie VVebster, Nancy the language labs. Valouch, and Karen Bratcher study in Fiizrt row: Lindy Buck, Vicki Burton, Margaret LaFon, Cindy Harper, Pruda Shank, jennifer Reynolds, Ellen Langston, and Sherry York. Second rofwf Susan XVright, Marilyn Kennedy, Caryl Kunsemuller, Megan Riley, Dianne Buckley, Carol Donnell, Darlene Hammond, judy Comegys, and Mary Ann VVhitney. Third Tow: Mary Sue Marty, Jane Reeves, Cathy Holman, Becky Berry, Lynn Harper, Mary Ann Reed, Kathy Rankin, Ann Stinson, and Kerry McCrady. Fourth ro-w: Marilyn Reyn- olds, Sue Sherif, Joyce Goldficld, Verona Farabee, jonathan Thayer, Karen XVynn, Richard Booker, and David Carriere. f79l Leading the 1963 Latin Club are officers: Billy Lindsay, secretary, Mike Harmon, treasurer, Miss McSpadden, sponsor, Jonathan Thayer, president, and Jim Hoover, vice-president. liek! lt's Big Bad Wolf Ragan. Patty Ragan, Nancy McGee, and Patti justice rehearse for the Latin Club production of 'LLittle Rod Riding Hood." Latin Club Turns Thespian Under the sponsorship of Miss McSpadden the Latin Club was reorganized this year as a Chapter of the junior Classical League. Latin Club carolers took part in the Christmas assembly with jim Hoover as narrator. Various meeting programs in- cluded a discussion of Roman politics and the pro- 1963 Latin Club members are First row: Pam YVinters, Nanc duction of "Red Riding Hood" in Latin. ln the spring, several members attended the State junior Classical League Convention at O.U. To complete the year a Roman banquet was held with the mem- bers attending in Roman costumes. 1963 has set a challenge for future groups. y Valouch, Patty Ragan, Helen Thayer, Nancy Herrick, Patty Fowl- er, Jill Sellers, Joan VVilc0x, Susan Brandt, and Charlotte Southerland. Second row: Valli Powell, Patti justice, Jennifer Rags- dale, Linda Moss, Diane Turner, Georgianna Hamilton, Vivian Bell, Judy Hawk, Jo Ann YValko, and Mickey Swank. Tbiwl rofw: jack Benge, Seth Osborn, jerry Buxton, Charles Bilbo, Gene Bray, Rick Olney, Cherrie Clikenbeard, Sharon Neal, Ro- berta Hanslca, Shirley VVomack, Betsy Siegal, jane Reeves, and Ann Finney. fam V ' I?-'Asn 5 - lf WG? First row: Pat Crawford, Janeille Boarts, VVilma Collett, Dorothy LaRue, Linda Keller, Judy Jones, Carlene McCracken, J. Hurshel Antwine. Second row: Barbara Estridge, Sue Smith, Judy VVilson, Ann Hill, Margaret Hand- work, Donna I-larris, Jeraldine Parker, Ellen VVebster. Third row: Don Aus- tin, Billy Monical, Lester David, Bill l-lamil, Gene Hill, Dave Massey, and Bennie McElhaney. DE Trains The Distributive Education Class, under the guidance of Mr. Hurshel Antwine, enables a student to receive credit toward graduation and still hold a job. The DE students elected Linda Keller to represent Norman in the State DE Queen contest held in connection with the DECA Conference in Oklahoma City. At this conference Dorothy LaRue, a NHS student, was elected as a state odicer. Another activity undertaken by the DE Club was an employer- employee banquet held in April. "I wonder if this thing will blow up," ponders Kenny Johnston as he delivers a package in the course of his work. Ringing up sales and making change is a small but necessary part of Dorothy Johnson's job. First row, left to right: Linda Keller, Treasurer, Dorothy La- Rue, Vice-Presidentg VVilma Collett, Secretaryg Janie Hender- son, Secretary, Pat Crawford, Chaplain. Second row: Bennie McElhaney, Parliamentariang Kenny Johnston, Historiang Dave Massey, President. E311 , ,,:.,,,,Ax , with intense in- Kersey puts the ball another two points in one many Tiger victories. "Run Diddley Daddy, there's a Tiger on your tail!" Dick Wfilburn, David Robinson, Bob Ritz and jerry TfVilson form a solid wall as they close in on their prey. Touchdown Coming Up-Quarterback Gary King turns the cor and sets out on a 47 yard sprint for the first score in the 1 victory over Duncan. ner 4-0 TIGER TACKLE Rising above expectations, the Norman High School football team made a very impressive record for the 1962 season. The Norman Tigers were defeated by only Lawton 16-6, and Enid 12-8. This gave the Tigers a 9-2 record. Under the expert coaching of Gene Corrotto, Homer Simmons, Wray Littlejohn, Dale Ernst, and Bert Corr, the fighting Bengals thrilled the Norman fans with Walloping scores such as the 51-0 win over Idabel, the 66-0 slaughter over Shawnee, and the 46-6 victory over Chickasha. Because of the outstanding team backing, quarterback Gary King was able to break five school records including those for rushing, scor- ing, and total yards gained. For his fine work, Gary was named the outstanding back in the Boomer Conference. From the line, Bobby Ritz earned a berth on the All-Boomer Conference first team. Many of our other players received recognition for their fine play in the Boomer Conference. Once again that Tiger spirit has remained un- tamable. Discussing the reason for the many hours of practice and the many exciting games, are coaches Bert Corr, W Dale Ernst, VVray Littlejohn and Horner Simmons. Another Demon Bites The Dust-The Tigers were always in the right place at the right time. Gregg Huff and Dick Wilburn made the tackle. T GUGI-I TEAMS Leaders All-The three captains for the 1962 season were Bob by Ritz, they confer with coach Gene Corrotto. pictured as scif i 2 1' 5 i ' . 2 1, 3 I .f Qqwif' Q -' . Determination Undeterred-The starting backiield made up of john Hemphill, Ken Foss, Quentin Remy, and Gary King, provided many thrilling moments for the Norman fans during each of the exciting games of this season. Tigers Triumph "If .,.,. V 1 U T ' P ..,. ' T ' y 4 ' ' " -vvv X - , .... : .,.::::-1 ii" ' 'xl' GHEGG Huw X , Nm S7 X, eww JOHN Hmmm + Nu, 44 ,iw :Q Hfzmvade 'Q ..:..i , i ni J .. .,.,..,,.,,. x , Nw A , S V. f 'if'-4Qf"W me J , ..E:.::5 fi . . A . -,1-9, ' .-9 '- 3 "' by I-'-i 1 ' N if .,,. 2 1 KEN FOSS Nh, 30 Fu llback MIKE COLLINS Ha, 83 End ,, ith Teamwork , ....,,,.. BILL KUCKETY No :SS Guard "'I:,iff""!5i-1'fF"i1 1 - .4 f .,.,, M , ,. H -: " , .- .... z., 9: ' P 5 ' H W- "'5:z:2:5:g:?:5f5E5f2 -. Ls ' 'R ' JSE X551 Nurs WAS!-SBURN No 11 N, 3.1 mm fm, 531 fi' ffs Zi me ,,A,,A y Z,. - :-. ., r .A AVAV, 12, 51 GARY SING Nm 32 Qwffaibuk --2:'2-1:e:-:::13::-u,i..y- V. b J 3 M295 'S W ,, Q ---.:,v-,W :.- . 'z P OKC!-1 WXLBURN No. 23 Halibark Q: ' :'::: i '."' ' 3' ,. ,., , '-2:a:: . .,,., ,,..:,.,:g:g: .' 13' wif? 6? :JA iw. .. , 9-RWM! V if mms Hunuuisror-A Nav, Qs ' Halfback ' ,, 6 'fflz lffi,.7pa4 N 4 may wxisow r-me 72 mme ran W 4 :NX he A7 z , 4 ,237 ' 4 2 Z ww f Ag 1 hfff fl ' 4 I RUST? N621 Nu, 45 Haifhank if M'l C ll'ns Mike VVasl1burn john Hemphill, jerry NV1lQon, Ilrrt row: Bob Clark, Dick Clark, Bill Hetberingnon, Gregg Hu , me o 1 , , Don Allen, Marvin Daniels, and David Bchrnian. Second row: Bob Prickett, Max Murrell, Gordon XfVill, Tom NfVright Bobby ' ' ' lVill' Tbzrd l Xl D el Quentin Remy john Campbell, and Gary iams Xlarsee, Kelly VVilson, Rusty Neel, Lain Adkins, Bun Mc am , , vow David Robinson, Frank Dabney, joe Kill, jim McElrath, Mike I-luddleston, Kenny Danner, Larry Dilks, Ron Morris, Randy ock, Larry Be A fliller, Dick W71lburn, Gary K mg, Bill Loekett, Bob R1tL, and en oss. . john Hemphill C442 brings down an Ada Cougar with Gordon XVill C625 and Ken Foss C303 ready to bacli him up. "May I cut in?" asks Kelly XVilson C343 as Quentin Remy C249 "waltzcs" with a Duncan player. Ti er Spirit ntamable l l Five Putnam City Pirates fail to stop quarterback Gary King as he crashes through for a touchdown. Mike VVashburn C845 ta d d l s n srea ytohep. E881 The Tiger baseball team has rebuilt itself into one of the best teams Norman has ever had. Some of the basketball boys came out after the first three games and boosted team spirit and quality. There has been much speed on the bases as is shown in one instance by Wayne johnson's stealing three bases in one game against Midwest City. An example of the team's good hitting was a grand slam home run in a Midwest City game. Since there are quite a few sophomores on the team this year, the returning team next year Will be mostly "old hands" and should be a real Winner. A Norman Tiger belts a long drive into right Held against Putnam City. john Thompson streaks home a tally in Norman's 11-1 victory over the Pirates. Baseball Team Rebuilds First row: Perry Brooks, Ray Maggard, john Thompson, Billy Hill, Harmon Barella, Les Fertig, Glenn Miller, Edward Charley, Bill Kruis, Sam Hatcher. Second row: john Hemphill, Fred Christian, Greg Akard, Delmar Dean, Terry Fischer, Ricky Kersey, Roy Dudark, Gary King, Danny Hill, VVayne johnson, Doug VVilliams, Harold Smith. l39l lRl:L7El! The Norman Tigers look frozen here, but in real life IE vias thc Tigers who put the cold chill on their opponents all season long This year, for the fourth time, Coach Chet Bryan has led his team to the highest peak, the AA State Championship. The 1963 team lived up to all pre-season pre- dictions that they would be No. 1. The Tigers have also made a name for themselves with their ine record of 22-1 and the outstanding shooting average which placed them at the head of all scorers. Their only loss was to Shawnee by the narrow margin of 60-58. Norman placed three men on the Boomer Conference All-Star Team. They were Jack Herron, Steve Taylor, and Ricky Kersey. Ker- sey made his second appearance on the Boomer Roster this year. Taylor and Herron also cap- tured berths on the Oklahoma All-State Team. Norman High Will always remember this championship team with pride. Anme Annie Over?-No, its Sandy McGee as he iumps against a rnal from Ardmore. MaI1 9Q The 1963 State Champs are: Firxt row: Brent Harris, Gary Kin g, Basil Hurry, Leslie Fcrtig, The Trophy, Steve Taylor. Sec 07151 row: Coach Bryan, Gene Bauman, Marvin Daniels, Terry Fischer, Bob Clark, Sandy McGee, jack Herron and Rick Kersey Basil Hurry tries to steal the ball from a Cougar as Terry Fischer, Gene Bauman, and Marvin Daniels get set to go up court. All-Statcr Steve Taylor goes up for a lay-up in the State Tournament game against Sand Springs. Above: "The big man strikes again? Rick Kersey, 6' 6" center, was the Tigers' leading scorer and rebounder this year. He will be the top prospect for the '64 team. Below: The basketball boys are pictured here as they take part in a pep assembly given in their behalf by the Gingersnaps. " ' TW W' A familiar sight to all Norman fans throughout the championship '63 season, the jumps started the Tigers at each game. '63 cores Norman 61 . . .... Shawnee 49 Norman . . Ardmore Norman Midwest City Norman . . Del City Norman . McGuine5s Norman . Douglas Norman . Ardmore Norman . El Reno Norman . . Duncan Norman . . Ada Norman . Chickasha Norman . Shawnee Norman . . Lawton Norman . El Reno Norman . . Ada Norman . . . Duncan Norman Midwest City Norman . . Chickasha Norman . . Lawton Norman . . McAlester Norman . Sand Springs Norman . Douglas Norman . . Duncan The members of the "B" Team are, First row: Louis Burnett, man- ager, Bill Tankersley, Ray Maggard, and David Gleason. Second row: Johnny Campbell, jay VVard, Cal Hawkins, and joe Logan. Third row: Ronald Argo, jackie VVatt, Robert Smith, Don Vfileox, and Bill Hetherington. Team ork Is Wlnnlng Tleket Probably the most improved player of this season, Terry Fischer was an asset to our great team all year. He is being covered by Rick Kersey and Steve Taylor. The future backbone of the Norman basketball team, the "BH team displayed their fine ability throughout the year. Here Cal Hawkins, Ray Maggard, and johnny Campbell play defensive ball. This season has been the best season for wres- tling in school history. The team had a 7 wins- B 3 losses record and won two trophies. They were champions at the Duncan tournament and laced third at Midwest Citv. The team laced P . P hfth at the Geary tournament, which was the toughest tournament the team wrestled in this year. A total of twenty-seven medals were won, four of them by Tommy Gowens. Although plagued by injury and sickness, the team had two boys place at State, Bob Prickett and Dickey Dilks, the Hrst Norman boys ever to do so. The captain and high-point man this year was Mike Coach Corr and Captain Cox congratulate Bud McDaniel for COX, but he XVZIS injured and was not able t0 go 3 lob Well dom- to State. Even though the team will lose Hve seniors this year, with the rest of the team re- turning plus those coming up from the junior highs, our next year's team promises to be even better than this vear's. '63 - Wrestling, Some of the wrestling boys await their matches with mixed emotions. First rofw: Tommy Gowens, Bill Kocis, Ken NVright, jim Lac k, Mike Cox, Dickey Dilks, Alvin Reed, Tom VVhite, Bud Mc- Daniel, Freddy Hatcher, Jerry Pruett, Bob Prickett. Second row: Ricky Ernest, Richard McVVilliams, David Abercrombie, john Davis, john Martin, David Houck, Pete Bell, Danny Rinehart, jimmy Fritch, David Garriott, Clarence Powell. Third row: Mr. Corr, David Overstrcet, Tim Martin, Doug Griffin, Paul Smith, Doane Harrison, Carl Haynes, Dana Donaldson, Gan Matthews, Braden Cross CManagerD. i941 Tom VVhitc attempts a switch against a Northwest wrestler Coach Corr leads his magnihcent matmen, with their mat, to the gym. Greatest Year i Captain Mike Cox takes down a Northwest IDHTIHQII. Ken Maddox is about to escape from a Midwest City Wrestler. Here Dickey Dilks is hiding" his opponent. U95 Wimming Our swimming team consisted of: Fiifrt rofw: Terry Ross, Vince Roske, Bill Bavinger, Rick Olney, David Clemens, Richard Breadbenner. Sccmzd row: Hugh Mabe, Tom Kahan, Phil El- more, Robert Reed, Doug Griffin, and Ronnie Bagby. Tennis This year's tennis team was coached by Chet Bryan and consisted of: First rofw: Mike Avery, John Maddox, john Davis, Paul Kelly, and David Rennie. Second row: Coach Bryan, Ken Mad- dox, Robert Crawley, Richard Hart, Richard Henderson, Frank Olney, and Eric Feaver. Golf lnterest in golf was renewed at Norman High School this year. The team, coached by Mr. Ansel Young, played several matches with other state schools. It appears that golf will be an increasingly popular sport next year. This year's team consisted of: Tom Tonkins, Chuck Bell, Steve Taylor, Joe Flippo, Dean Craven, Charles jernigan, and Alvin Turner. Jim XVells gets down into starting position as he would in a race. Coach NVilliams, Mike VVashburn, and Ken Farris discuss the way they will win the next Track meet. Track Has Great Year Quentin Remy shows his great skill in leaping hurdles, the event which won him high honors throughout the state. The Track team has been great this year and an improvement over last year. Since Coach VVilliams came here last year, he has changed the Track team from a small group of unorgan- ized boys into one of the best teams in the state with more than fifty boys out for it. The team won the Norman Invitational and received a trophy for it, and it came in third at the Lawton Invitational. One of the best meets of the year was the one at Ft. Worth, in which almost all the teams in the Southwest participated. The team also beat Capitol Hill in a dual meet there. The Track team got much better as the year progressed and showed great promise for years to come. Along with this improvement is a great popularity in the sport. Norman runner Bill Reese sprints across the finish line. VZ fb",as2.lTfF'l"2kWm2'W"5 'LM , 1 1 1,-, IL 'I Q ' ,:- vw: 'iff F- . Z':'.wZ: ,L am. '-: ' 'I ' ,. .3-F ,mmm 'Q V. , ,ash "2- +111 wwf! I V, if ix 5- -wi. Leading the 1963 Senior Class is President Percy Granger. Other l63 Senior Class officers are Steve Taylor, Vice-President, and Valli Powell, Secretary-Treasurer. S IOR Our senior year, a year of achievement, scholarship, and fulhllment, will long be re- membered. Led by our president Percy Granger, and ofiicers Steve Taylor and Valli Powell, we have been able to work together to achieve our highest goals. Outstanding seniors formed the backbone of our Tiger football and basketball teams, and many of the major and supporting roles were held by seniors in the production of L'The Music Manf' The great talent of our senior class was also exhibited in the two senior assemblies. High honors were earned by many graduates for their achievements in leadership, scholarship, and character. The beautiful Junior- Senior Prom and exciting Graduation Exercises added to make our Senior Year the most memor- able of our lives. A great help to the Senior Class this year were sponsors: Mr. VValter VVarren, Mrs. H. C. Davis, Mr. Bill King, Mrs. Alice Fleming, Mrs. Robert E. DeKinder, Mr. Dale Ernst, and Mr. Bill Griflin. F As seniors frantically rush to buy refreshments at the Junior Surprise Party, Bill Lockett deftly slips cookies up his sleeve. QQ 99 Oran e And Black Forever ANN ADKINS: FHA Reporter '63, FTA Vice Pres. '62, Treas. '63, La Parisienne Treas. '61, Student Council '61, '62, Gingersnaps '61, '62, '63, Central Prom Committee '62, Girls Chorus '61, '62, '63, Mixed Chorus '62, '63, All School Musical '62, '63. DONALD ALEXANDER KATHY AMSDEN: La Parisienne '63, Gingersnaps '61, '62, '65, Band '61, '62, '63. SUSAN AMSPACHER: La Parisienne '61, '62, Student Council Rep. '62, Gingersnaps '61, '62, Pres. '63, Girls' State '62, FFA Honor At- tendant '62, BPXV Award '63. -IUDY ANDERSON: La Parisienne '61, Gingersnaps '61, '62, Snap- per-Upper '63, All-Sports Queen Attendant '63. PAM ANDERSON PETE BAKER: Band, '61, '62, '63. KENNETH BALCH: FFA '61, Treas. '62, '63. MARGARET BARBOUR: FTA '63, Library Club '62, Science Club '62, '63, Spanish Club '62, '63, Gingersnaps '61, '62, '63, Tennis '63. 101 1021 eniors Fulfill GENE BAUMAN: Basketball '61, '62, '63, Track '62, '63, Student Council Alt. '63, Boys' Glee Club '63, XVho's IVho '61, National Honor Society '63, 'N' Club '62, '63. PAUL A. BELL: Science '62, Stage Crew '61, '62, '63, Band '61, '62, '63, All-State Band '61, Merit Scholarship Commended Group '63, National Honor Society '63, State Honor Society '63, All-School Musicals '62, '63, Speech Play '62, '63. HAROLD BENNETT: FFA '61, '62, '63. KAY BLACKBURN .IANEILLE BOARTS: Dist. Ed. '63, Tiger Tales '62. MICHELE MARIE BOHN: FIA '62, '63, Mixed Chorus '62, Girls' Chorus '62, Tiger Tales '62, '63, Other Schools: Science '61, All School Musical '61, FIA '61, Spanish Club Vice Pres. '61. TOMMY BOYETT I-IARRIET BRANTON: FNA '61, '62, '63, FTA '62, '63, La Pa- risienne '61, Paint Daubers '61. KAREN BRATCHER: Gingersnaps '61-'63, Girls' Glee Club '61-'63, Mixed Chorus '62, '63, BPVV Award '63, Girls' State Alt. '62, All School Musical '61, '62, Speech Play '63, Senior Play '63, Speech '62, '63, All State Chorus '61-'63, Girls' Trio '61-'63, Student Council Alt. '61, La Parisiennc '63. ALVIN BRAY KAREN BRENVSTER: Tennis '62, '63, FTA '61, '62, '63, Science Club '62, '63, Band '61, '62, '63. PERRY BROOKS: Baseball '63, Other Schools: Swimming '61, '62. KENNY BROUDY N. DEAN BROVVN: Spanish '63, Mixed Chorus '61, '62, '63, Boys' Glee Club '61, '62, '63, Double Quartet '62. LINDY BUCK: FJA '62, Seey. '63, La Parisienne '61, Vice Pres. '62, Pres. '63, Student Council '61, Alt. '62, Gingersnaps '61, '62, '63, National Honor Society '63, State Honor Society '62, '63: All School Musical '63, Speech '63, Tiger Tales '62, '63. DAVID BURKLEO BARBARA BURROVV: FHA, Historian '61, '62, FNA. '62, La Pa- risienne '61, Girls' Glee Club '62. VICKIE LEIGH BURTON: FNA '63, FTA '62, '63, La Parisienne '62, '63, Gingersnaps '62, '63, National Honor Society '62, '63, State Honor Society '62, '63. Other Schools: Triship '61, FTA '61, Spanish Club '61. Highest Goals CHARLOTTE CARTER: Paint Daubers '63, 2nd place Edmond Art Festival '61. PHIL CARTER MARY JANE CARVER: Gingersnaps '61, '62, '63, National Honor Society '63, State Honor Society '61, CAROL CHIPMAN: Gingersnaps '61, '62, Cheerleader '63, VVho's YVho '63, National Honor Society '63. CHERI MARIE CHRISTIAN VERNON CHRISTIAN: FFA, Secy. '63, Other Schools: FFA, Rc- porter '6l. DERRELL CLAXTON SARA CLIFTON: Gingersnaps '62, '63, JIM COATES ROYCE ANN COFFIELD XVILMA COLLETT MIKE COLLINS: Football '61, '62, '63, 'N' Club '61, '62, '63. SUSAN COLLINS: FJA '63, FNA '61, Vice-president '62, '63, Paint Daubers '62, '63, Gingersnaps '61, '62, '63, Tiger Tales '62, '63. JIM COLVV ELL JUDY COMEGYS: Tennis '62, '63, FJA '62, La Parisienne '61, '62, '63, Student Council '62, '63, Gingersnaps '61, '62, Alt. Cheerleader '63, Basketball Queen Attendant '61, All-School Queen Attendant '63, National Honor Society '63, All-School Musical '62, '63, Tiger Tales '62. CAROL COOK DANNY COUGI-ILIN MICHAEL COX: XVrestling '61, '62, Captain '63, 'N' Club '62, '63. 103 Hard 1041 Work Produces . . . RANDALL j. CRADDOCKz Football '61, XVrcstling '62, Band '60, '61, All-School Play '61, ELAINE CRAIG: Dist. Ed. '63, Girls' Chorus '62. SHARON CRAMER: Student Council Rep. '62, Pres. '63, Ginger- snaps '61, '62, Central Prom Committee '62, Girls' Glee Club '62, Choralaires '63, BPVV' Award '63, Junior Rotarian '63, Elks Club Youth Leadership Award '63, All-School Queen Attendant '63, All- School Musicals '62, '63, Speech Play '62, 3rd place in State '62, IVho's IVho '62. PAT CRAIVF ORD ROBERT LEE CRAVVLEY BILL CREYVS: Baseball '62, '63, Boys' Glee Club '63. LINDA CREYVS: Library Club '62, Science Club '62, '63, National Honor Society '61, '62, '63, State Honor Society '61, '62, '63. DANA LYNNE CRITES: La Parisienne '61, '62, '63, Library Club '61, '62, Other Schools: Chorus '60, '61, School Play '60, '61, School Paper Editor '60, '61. FRANK DABNEY: Football '61, '62, '63, Track '62, '63, FFA '61, '62, '63, Parliamentarian '62, Sentinel '63, 'N' Club '62, Sentinel '63, LESTER DAVID: Dist. Ed. '63, Spanish Club '62. DAVID DONALD DAVIDSON: Basketball '61, Dist. Ed. '63, JOHN DAVIS: Tennis '62, '63, NVrestling '62, '63, Math Club Secy.- Treas. '63, Science Club Vice-President '62, President '63, National Honor Society '62, '63, State Honor Society '61, '62, '63, JACKIE DAY CAROL DEASON: FNA '62, Gingersnaps '61, '62, '63, Girls' Glee Club '61, '62, '63, Mixed Chorus '62, '63, All School Musical '62, '63, BILL DEMASTUS: La Parisienne '61, Stage Manager '62, '63, All- School Musical '62, '63, Senior Play '62, Speech Play '62, '63, Speech '62, '63. ALLENE DENNIS VVESLEY DEVERO: Spanish Club '62, Secy.-Treas. '63, Band '61, '62, '63, All-School Musical '63. LARRY DILKS: Baseball '61, Football '62, '63, 'N' Club '61, '62, '63. ' 2 1 iiiv " l ""' ::5 :Ti i ' " :' . 3 ' ,: : "':i ' Zl' 32 ,V . . ' ' AA A ,iiz A:iA . Vi' g " iii Q ':Z --:-QQ ..2- ' iff ll' ' EE: ,""' 'vV'. "f":1 , ' ili I Aziiaziz 1"1 AIAA vV.'Q2: I , Viui W : : i a 3 iiyi ,.aa . ILI' I 1 ,, ,, , , I I7 ' Aziifi 1" Q,,A I ":':"' 4Vf2 . i:': :ZA ':", E?2 ::E:. . I '-:: Eiiz. f I ...... iii .4 ' I "XVell, Hoover, I'll tell you . . ." N. D. Moscoe contemplates a "DO yOu like it S11Crry?" Salldy 562115, SICVC Raymond question in Latin IV. and Percy Granger listen to the roach city in "The . . . Year of Achievement CAROL DONNELL: La Parisienne '62, '63, Paint Daubers '62, '63, Gingersnaps '62, '63, Music Man Committee '63, First-Place French I, Edmond Scholastic Meeting '62, Other Schools: German Club '61, GRA '61, Sophomore Queen '61, Chorus '61. DALLAS DORSETT: La Parisienne '61, Treas. '62, '63, Paint Daubers '61, Secretary '62, Vice-President '63, Science Club Reporter '63, Student Council Alt. '62, Gingersnaps '61, '62, '63, Central Prom Committee '62, Band '61, '62, '63, National Honor Society '62, '63, State Honor Society '62, '63, Music Man Cast '63, Edmond Art Fes- tival '61, '62, '63, Young Talent '62, '63. CAROL DU KETT: Gingersnaps '61, 62, '63, Other Schools: Mixed Chorus '61. SUSIE DUNN: La Parisienne '61, '62, Student Council '61, '62, '63, Gingersnaps '61, '62, '63, Music Man '63, Speech '63, Tiger Tales Staff '63. TINI DYER: FFA '60, '61, Stage Crew '61, '63, Speech '61. SUSAN EARLEY BILL ENGLE JOEL EVVING: La Parisienne '62, Math Club President '63, Science Club Treas. '62, '63, junior Rotarian '63, Merit Scholarship Finalist '63, National Honor Society '62, '63, State Honor Society '61, '62, '63, State 'A' Senior '63. KEN FARRIS: Track '61, '62, Captain '63, Cross Country '61, '62, Boomer Conference Cross Country Champs '62, Student Council Alternate '63, 'N' Club '62, Secy. '63, Trail Staff '62. H051 M061 And Leaves A Record ERIC FEAVER: Basketball '61, Tennis '61, '62, '63, La Parisienne '62, '63, Latin Club '63, National Honor Society '62, '63, State Honor Society '61, '62, '63, Student Council Alt. '61, Student Council '62, '63, Boys' Glee Club '63, Speech Play '63, Speech '62, '63, 'N' Club '62, Songleader '63. LESLIE FERTIG: Baseball '61, '62, '63, Basketball '61, '62, '63, Latin Club '61, Spanish Club '62, '63, VVho's VVho '61, National Honor Society '63, State Honor Society '62, 'N' Club '62, '63. LAMOND FISCHER TERRY RAY FISCHER: Baseball '61, '62, '63, Basketball '61, '62, '63. JOE FLIPPO: Golf '63, Science Club '63, All-State Orchestra '62, National Honor Society '62, '63, State Honor Society '61, '63. EVELYN FLUD KENNETH FOSS: Football '61, '62, Tri-captain '63, 'N' Club '62, '63, Math Club '61, Student Council '63. JAN FRIEDLANDER CAROLYN GAY: FHA '63, FTA '62, Historian '63, Student Coun- cil '61, Gingersnaps '61, '63, Band '61, '62, '63, Band Council '62, Re- porter '62. MARILYN GAY: FTA '61, Treas. '62, Pres. '63, Latin Club '63, Gingersnaps '62, '63, Band '61, '62, '63, Band Council '63, All-State Orchestra '62, '63, National Honor Society '61, '62, '63, State Honor Society '61, '62, '63. TOMMY JOE GIBSON RONALD CARL GORNALL: Dist. Ed. '61, '62, '63. TOMMY GOVV ENS PERCY GRANGER: Track '61, 62, '63, Cross Country '61, Captain '62, La Parisienne Parliamentarian '62, Student Council '61, 'N' Club '61, '62, '63, Boys' Glee Club '62, National Honor Society '63, State Honor Society '62, '63, All-School Musical '61, '62, '63, Junior Class President '62, Scnior Class President '63. CAROL GRAY: FHA Historian '63, FNA '62, '63, FTA '63, Latin Club '61, Gingersnaps '62, '63, Othcr Schools: Latin Club '60, '61. CLAUDIA GRIFFIN: FHA '62, '63, Paint Daubers '61, '62, Other Schools: Spanish Club '60, '61, Home Economics Award '61, Art Club '60, '61. LINDA HAMES: FHA '61, Treas. '62, Vice-Pres. '63, La Parisienne Pres. '61, FFA Queen '63, Gingersnaps '61, '62, '63, FFA Chapter Sweetheart '63, All-School Musicals '61, '62, '63, Girls' Chorus '61, Mixed Chorus '62, '63, Girls Sextet '61, Girls Trio '61, '62, '63, All- State Chorus '62, '63, National Honor Society '62, Secy. '63, State Honor Society '61, '62. PATRICIA HAMES Forever Victorious HILL HAMIL: Dist. Ed. '63, EFA, '62, '63. DIANA HAMILTON: FNA '61, Mixed Chorus '62, Sextet '61, Solo Contest '61, Speech Play '63, Speech '62, '63. SARA JAYNE HAMILTON DARLENE HAMMOND: La Parisienne '61, '62, '63, Gingersnaps '61, '62, '63, Attendance Secy. of Gingersnaps '63, All-School Musical '63, Senior Play '63, Speech Play '63, Speech '62, '63, State Speech Contest '63. MARGARET ANN HANDVVORK: Dist. Ed. '63. DONNA HARRIS: Dist. Ed. '63, Gingersnaps '61, '62, '63, Girls' Chorus '62, '63. GARY HARRIS: 'N' Club '63. LINDA HARVVELL: Gingersnaps 61, '62, '63, Chorus '61, '62, '63. SAMUEL ANTHONY HATCHER: Baseball '61, '62, '63, Basket- ball '61, '62, Math Club '61, '62, Science Club '61, '62, Student Coun- cil '61, Boys' Chorus '61, '62, '63, Mixed Chorus '61, '62, '63, Boys' Quartet '63, All-State Chorus '63, National Honor Society '61, '62, '63, State Honor Society '61, '62, '63, All-School Musical '63, Inter- national Key Club '61, '62, Straight 'A' Senior '63. SUSAN HAWKINS: Gingersnaps '63, Other School: FHA '62, Spanish Club '61, '62. BILL HAYES JUDY I-IAYNES SUSAN HAYNES NORMA HEIMS: FHA '61, Chorus '61, JOHN HEMPHILL: Baseball '63, Basketball '61, Football '61, '62, '63, Paint Daubers '63, Student Council '63, Spanish Club '61, '62, Boys' Glee Club '63, Young Talent in Okla. Purchase Award '62, Boys' State '62, MeCurley Award '62, 'N' Club '62, '63. -IANIE HENDERSON: Dist. Ed. Secy. '63, Gingersnaps '61, '62, Girls Glee Club '61, '62, Honor Attendant DE Club '63. sical '63, ROSE MARIE HENDERSON RICHARD HENDERSON: Tennis '61, '62, '63, Spanish Club '62, Band '61, '62, '63, Band Council '61, '62, Pres. '63, All-School Mu- 1081 JACK HERRON: Basketball '61-'63, All-State '63, Student Council '61, Treas. '63, 'N' Club '62, '63, Speech '63, Nat'l Honor Society '61-'63, State Honor Society '61, '62, Baseball '61, DON HICKMAN: Football '61-'63, 'N' Club '63. ANN HILL: Dist. Ed. '63, Gingersnaps '62. HARRY GENE HILL: Track '61, Dist. Ed. '61, '63, FFA '63, Photography Club '61. MIKE HILL: Basketball '61, Football '61-'63, Track '62, '63, La Parisienne '62, Glee Club Pres. '63, All-School Musical '62, '63, 'N' Club '62, '63. CHARLES HOGUE JIM HOOVER: Latin Club Vice-Pres. '63, Stu- dent Council '61-'63, Boys' State '62, Junior Rotar- ian '63, XVho's IVho '61, Nat'l Honor Soc. '62, '63, State Honor Soc. '61-'63, Speech Play '63, Speech '62, '63, Central Prom Committee '62. ELAINE HORNER: FHA '61, Gingersnaps '61-'63. AIARY KATHERINE HOUCK: FJA '63, FNA '61, '62, Pres. '63, La Parisienne '62, Gingersnaps '62, '63, Nat'l Honor Soc. '62, '63, State Honor Soc. '61-'63, Tiger Tales Staff '62, '63. MIKE HUDDLESTON: Football '62, '63, VVres- tling '61, '62, Band '61, '63. GREGG HUFF: Basketball '61, Football '61-'63, Track '63, Student Council Alt. '63, Garrison Award '62, '63, Nat'l Honor Society '62, '63, State Honor Society '61-'63, 'N' Club '62-'63. MARSHA HUNT: FHA '62, '63, La Parisienne '61, Gingersnaps '61, Girls' Glee Club '61, '62, '63. BASIL HURRY: Basketball '61-'63, Track '61-'63, Boys' Chorus '61-'63, Mixed Chorus '61-'63, Quar- tet '62, '63, Musical '61, '62, Speech '63, 'N' Club '62, '63. CONNIE HURT: La Parisienne '61, Library Club '61, Gingersnaps '61, '62, '63. HEATHER JANSING: Library Club '61, Gin- gersnaps '61, '62, '63. PAT JARVIS: FHA '63, La Parisienne '61, Sci- ence Club '62, Student Council '62, Secy. '63, Gin- gersnaps '61-'63, WVho's XVho '63, Nat'l Honor Soc. '63, State Honor Society '61-'62, All-School Musical '62, '63, Speech Play '63, Speech '62, '63. CARLA RUTH JOHNSON: FFA Historian '61, La Parisienne '63, Girls' Glee Club '62, '63. SHIRLENE JOHNSTON: Other Schools: Stu- dent Council '61, Swimming Club '61. MARY JOLLEY: Gingersnaps '61, '62, '63, Girls' Glee Club '61, '62, '63, Mixed Chorus '62, '63. BOBBI JONES: FJA '62, Paint Daubers '63, Stu- dent Council '62, Gingersnaps '61-'63, Cheerleader '63, Choralaires '62, Basketball Queen Attendant '61, All-Sports Queen Attendant '62, '63, Tiger Tales '61, '62, Soph. Class Vice-Pres. '61, Tiger Mascot '62. JOHN CALVIN JONES: La Parisicnne '62, '63, Math Club '63, Science Club '62, '63, Band '61, '62, Speech '62, Musical '62, Nat'l Honor Soc. '63, State Honor Society '62, '63. JUDITH JUDD: FNA '61, Treas. '62, Vice-Pres. '63, Gingersnaps '61-'63, Girls' Chorus '61-'63, Mixed Chorus '62, '63, Musical '62, '63, Nat'l Hon- or Soc. '62, '63, State Honor Society '61-'63. PATTI JUSTICE: FTA '62, '63, Latin Club '63, Gingersnaps '61-'63, Band '61, '62, Secy.-Treas. '63. CAROL KAHOE: FHA '63, Gingersnaps '61, Girls' Glee Club '61, '62, '63. JUDY KALDRIDER: FHA '61, '62, FTA '62, '63, Student Council '61, Gingersnaps '61, '62, '63, All- School Musical '63, Senior Play '63, Speech '62, '63. LYNN KEIM: Football '60, '61, Chorus '62, '63, All-School Musical '63. BARBARA KELLER: Gingersnaps '63. GARY KERSEY: imofbaii '61, Dist. Ed. '62, '63, FFA '62, '63. ILLENE KERSEY: Girls' Chorus '61, '62, '63. ANNE KETCHAM: FNA Historian '62, Treas. '63, Gingersnaps '61, '62, '63. ELAINE KETCHAM: FNA '61, '62, '63, La Pa- risienne '61, '62, Science Club '62, '63, Gingersnnps '61, '62, '63. LINDA KETNER: FTA '63, Gingersnaps '61, '62, '63, Girls' Chorus '62, Speech '63. JOEL PEL KETONEN, II JOHN CLYDE KIDD JR., Stage Manager '61, Stage Crew '62, Speech '60, '61, '62. JOE KILL: Baseball '61, Football '61, '62, '63, 'N' Club '62, '63. MARY KING: FHA '61, Secy. '62, Pres. '63, Lion Club's Student of the Month '62, National Honor Society '62, '63, State Honor Society '62, '63. CARYL KUNSEMULLER: FHA '63, La Pa- risienne '62, '63, Gingersnaps '62, '63, State Honor Society '63, Other Schools: Speech '61, Pep Club '6I. CAROL SUE LANE: Gingersnaps '62, Chorus '61, '62, Girls' Glee Club '61, '62. DOROTHY LARUE: DE Queen Honor Attend- ant '63, State Secy. '63, Student Council '61, Span- ish Club '61, '62, '63, Gingersnaps '61, '62, '63, Speech '62. DURLAN SCOTT LAYMAN: Swimming '62, 'N' Club '62, '63, State Honor Society '61. PAM LEBLANC: FJA Parliarnentarian '63, Li- brary '61, Gingersnaps '61, '62, '63, State Honor Society '61. DUANE LESTER BILLY LINDSAY: Latin Club Secy. '63, Student Council Alt. '62, Mixed Chorus '62, '63, Boys' Glee Club '62, '63, All-State Chorus '62, '63, All-School Musical '62, National Honor Society '62, '63, State Honor Society '62, '63. JIMMIE LINDSEY: Basketball '61. KENNETH LINN: National Honor Society '63, State Honor Society '62. RINDY LIVEZEY: Student Council Alt. '62, Gin- gersnaps '61, '62, '63, All-School Musical '62, Speech '62, '63, Speech Play '63. BILL LOCKETT: Football '61, '62, '63, Student Council '63, 'N' Club '62, '63. STEVE LOWER. 1109 That's it! just use the THINK system. Percy Granger melts Liz Riddle A musical takes much worlcAespccially on the during "The Music Man." part of the accompanist. Nancy Cowan practices before "The Music Man." Seniors Display Showmanship . . . H101 PHIL LUCCOCK: Stage Band '62, All-State Band '63, Drum Major '63, Asst. Drum Major '61, '62, National Honor Society '62, V. Pres. '63, State Honor Society '61, '62, '63, All School Musical '63. HUGH P. MABE: Swimming '61, '62, '63, National Honor Society '63, State Honor Society '61, '63, Senior Play '63, Speech Play '62. LINDA MAcKlLLlCAN: Gingcrsnaps '62, '63, Chorus '63, Speech '61, '62, Other Schools: Pep Club '60, '61. KEN MADDOX: Tennis '61, '62, '63, Vlfrestling '63, La Parisienne '62, '63, Math Club '63, Student Council '62, '63, Band '61, Boys' State '62, Merit Scholarship Finalist '63, National Honor Society '62, '63, State Honor Society '61, '62, Sophomore Class President '61, MARGARET ANN MAREK: Gingersnaps '61, '62, Sr. Class Check- er '63, Who's Who '61, Speech '62, BOBBY MARSEE: Football '61, '62, '63, Boys' Glee Club '63, A11- School Musical '63. BETTY LOU MARTI: FHA '61, Gingersnaps '61, '62, '63. DAVE MASSEY CAROLYN MATHERS: FIA '63, Science Club '61, Student Coun- cil Alt. '61, Gingersnaps '61, '63, Tiger Tales Staff '63. JAMES N. MAYFIELD LYNN MCCARTY: La Parisienne '61, Seey, '62, Gingersnaps '61, '62, Girls' Chorus '61, '62, '63, Mixed Chorus '62, '63, All-School Musical '61, '62, Senior Play '63, Speech '62, '63, Speech Play '63. SHERRE MCCONNELL: FIA '62, Pres. '63, Student Council Alt. '61, Gingersnaps '61, '62, '63, Tiger Tales '61, Asst. Editor '62, '63, BRUCE A. MCCOY CARLENE lXIcCRACKEN: Dist. Ed. '63, Spanish Club '61, Girls' Chorus '61, '62, Mixed Chorus '62. BENNIE MCELHANEY: Dist. Ed. Parliatnentarian '63, DE Student of the Year '63. DAVID MCELHANEY: Band '61, '62, '63. NANCY MCGEE: Latin Club '63, Library '61, Gingersnaps '61, '62, '63, KENNETH MCINTURFF: Dist. Ed. '63, Boys' Glee Club '62, Mixed Chorus '61, '62, '63, All-School Musical '62, Other Schools: Wres- tling '61. VICKY ANN MCNEELEY: Student Council '63, Gingersnaps '61, '62, Alt. Tiger '63, Speech '61, '62, All-School Musical '62, Speech Play '62. CAROLYN MCPHERSON: PNA Parliamentarian '62, FTA '63, Gingersnaps '61, '62, '63, Girls' Glee Club '61, '62, '63, Mixed Chorus '62, '63, Girls' State '62, National Honor Society '63, State Honor Society '61, '62, Speech '62, '63, Speech Play '63, All-School Musical 62, 63. PAT MCPI-IERSON: FTA 62, Gingersnaps '63, National Honor Society '62, '63, State Honor Society '62, '63, Other Schools: Spanish Club '61, Student Council '62, Speech Play '61, Alt. Cheerleader '61, junior Class President '62. BOBBY MILBURN: Boys' Glee Club '63, National Honor Society '61, '62, '63, Other Schools: Band '61, Chorus '61, State Honor So- ciety '61, '62. BONNIE MILLER: FTA '62, '63, Spanish Club '61, Gingersnaps '61, '62, '63. ' GARY MINADEO: Other Schools: Football '61, '62, Intramurals '61, '62. RON MINNIX: FJA '62, '63, State Vice-Pres. OIPA '63, Student Council '61, Alt. '62, Central Prom Committee '62, Speech '63, Tiger Tales '63, TRAIL Business Manager '62, Editor '63, Senior Play '63. DOROTHY MITCHELL: GRA '60, Student Council '60, '61, Gin- gersnaps '61, '62, Girl's Chorus '61, '62, Mixed Chorus '61, Jr. Play '61, Honor Attendant to TRAIL Queen '6O. ROBERT IV. MOOMAU: FJA '62, '63, Spanish Club '60, '61, Boys' Glee Club '62, '63, Mixed Chorus '61, '63, Tiger Tales '62, '63. . . . in umerous Endeavors fllljl ll2'l emories Of Prom JOE MOORE: Football '62, Track '63, FFA '63,Boys' Glee Club '63. HELEN MORGAN N. D. MOSCOE: Swimming '62, VVrestling '61, Science Club Pres. '62, Student Council '61, '62, '63, Band '61, '62, '63, Stage Band '62, Band Council '62, '63, Band President '63, Lions Club's Student of the Month '63, National Honor Society '61, '62, Reporter '63, State Honor Society '61, '62, '63, All School Musical '63, Speech '63, Elks Leadership Award '63. KENT MURRELL MAX MURRELL: Football '61, '62, '65, Boys' Chorus '63, All-School Musical '63. BARBARA MUSIC: FHA Parliamentarian '62, Song Leader '63, La Parisienne '61, Girls' Glee Club '61, '62, '63, Mixed Chorus '62, '63. DOROTHY JOHNSON: Dist. Ed. '62, Chaplain '62, Library '61, Student Council '62, Spanish Club '61, '62, Gingersnaps '61, '62, Girls' Chorus '61, DE Queen Attendant '62. LEONARD R. NEEL MARY MARTHA NELSON: FIA '62, FNA '62, Student Council '61, Vice-Pres. '63, Spanish Club '62, '63, Gingersnaps '61, '62, '63, BPVV Award '63, Girls' State Alt. '62, Spanish Club Sweetheart '62, FFA Queen Attendant '61, Honor Attendant '63, All-School Queen Attendant '62, National Honor Society '63, State Honor Society '63, Speech '62, '63, Speech Play '63, Senior Play '63, All-School Musical '62, '63, State Speech '63, Jr. Class Secy.-Treas. '62, Oklahoma's jr. Miss '63. FRANK OLNEY: Football Manager '62, '63, Swimming '62, Tennis '62, '63, Math Club '63, Science Club '62, '63, Student Council '62, '63, 'N' Club '62, '63, Junior Rotarian '63, XVho's Wfho '63, Merit Scholar- ship Finalist '63, National Honor Society '61, '62, Pres. '63, State Honor Society '61, '62, '63, Straight 'A' Student '63. RONNIE OLSON' MIKE O'NElL: Boy's Glee Club '63, Other Schools: Basketball '61, Football '61, '62, Track '61, SETH OSBORN: Latin Club '63, Science Club '63, First in Edmond History Contest '61. JACK H. OWENS JANICE DIANE PACE: FNA '65, FTA '62, '63, Library '63, Sei- ence Club '62, '63, Student Council '61, Gingersnaps '61, '62, '63, All- School Musical Crew '63, DAR Award '63, Lion Club's Award '63, National Honor Society '61, '62, '63, State Honor Society '61, '62, '63. JERALDINE PARLER: Dist. Ed. '63, Girls' Chorus '61, '62, Mixed Chorus '62. LYNN PATTERSON: FTA '61, La Parisienne '61, Gingersnaps '61, '62, Tiger '63, FFA Queen Attendant '62, All-School Queen At- tendant '63. AL PERRY Will Last Forever PAUL E. PHELPS: Band '61, '62, '63. PAULA ANN PLOSILA: Choralaires '62, Girls' Chorus '62, All- School Musical '62, Speech '62, '63, Speech Play '63, Other Schools: Mixed Chorus '61, '62, GAA '61, Drama Club '61, Thespian Society '61, French Club '6l. VALLI POVVELL: Latin Club '63, Student Council '61, '62, Ginger- snaps '61, '62, '63, Chorus '62, Senior Class Secy. '63. MARY KATHERINE PRICE: FNA '63, FTA '63, Gingersnaps '62, '63, Girls' Glee Club '62, '63, Mixed Chorus '62, '63. SHARON PRUETT: FHA '62, '63, Gingersnaps '61, '62, '63, Girls' Glee Club '62, '63. SAM PUTNAM: FFA '63. PATTY RAGAN: Latin Club '63, Library '61, Student Council '61, '62, '63, Gingersnaps '61, '62, '63, FFA Honor Attendant '62, Speech '63, All-School Musical '63, National Honor Society '63. STEVE RAYMOND: Swimming '62, '63, Science Club '61, '62, '63, Speech Play '63, Stage Crew '63, Merit Scholarship Finalist '63, Na- tional Honor Society '63, State Honor Society '61. ALVIN REED: Wrestling '61, '62, '63, Dist. Ed. '61, '62, Spanish Club '61, '62, 'N' Club '61, '62, Boys' Glee Club '63. ROBERT REED: Swimming '61, '62, '63, Track '63, Photography Club '61, Science Club Vice-Pres. '63, Speech '62, '63, Speech Play '63, 'N' Club '61, '62, '63, State Honor Society '62. RUSTY REED: Baseball '61, Swimming '61, '62, '63, Track '61, 'N' Club '62, '63, Spanish Club '62. RONNIE LEE REESE: La Parisienne '61, '62, '63, Secv. '62, Science Club '61, '62, '63, Student Council '61, Alt. '62, Boys' Glee Club '63, Speech Play '63, All School Musical '62, '63. JUDY REID NANCY RICHEY NEEL LIZ RIDDLE: FJA '62, '63, Student Council '61, '62, Gingersnaps '61, '62, Alt. Cheerleader '63, Central Prom Committee '62, Chorus His- torian '62, Pres. '63, Mixed Chorus '62, '63, Girls' Chorus '61, '62, '63, BPYV Award '63, Lion Club's Award '63, All-School Queen At- tendant '62, All-School Queen '63, VVho's VVho '62, Speech '63, All- School Musical '61, '62, '63, Tiger Tales '62, '63, National Honor Zociety '61, '62, '63, State I-Ionor Society '61, '62, '63, Friendliest Sr. ir '63. JERRY RIDGVVAY: Wfrestling '61, Dist. Ed. '63, FFA '61, '62, '63. BOB RITZ: Friendliest Sr. Boy '63, Football '61, '62, '63, Tri-Cap- tain '63, Boys' Glee Club '63, 'N' Club '62, Pres. '63, Student Council '63. N11 KE ROBERTS E113 "Oh, to be seven feet tall," sighs Leslie Fertig as Steve Taylor and John Hemphill fight over the 1lTOl'I'llI'lg PHPCII 51143 enior pirits Soar As .... ,IANE ANN ROBERTSON: Gingersnaps '61, '62, '63, Girls' Chorus '62, Mixed Chorus '63, Speech Play '63, Speech '62, '63. DAVID ROBINSON: Football '61, '62, '63, Student Council Alt. '63, Spanish Club '62, '63, Boys' Glee Club '63, Boys' State '62, Gar- rison Award '62, junior Rotarian '63, National Honor Society '61, '62, '63, State Honor Society '61, '62, '63, 'N' Club '62, Vice-Pres. '63, Alt. to U.S. Senate Youth Program '63. LINDA ROBISON: FTA '62, '63, Secy. FTA '62, Library Club '61, '62, Science Club '62, Gingersnaps '61, '62, ILARL RUMANS JIQRRY RUSSELL: FFA '61, '62, was. mu, RYAN JUDY RYAN JANIE SALYER CAROLYN SCHLOSSER: Library '61, Vice-Pres. '62, Science Club '62, Student Council Alt. '61, Spanish Club '62, Gingersnaps '61, '62, '63, 'TRAIL Advertising Iiditor '63, National Honor Society '62, '63, State Honor Society '61, '62. ' MELODY JOYCE SCROGGINS: FHA '61, Gingcrsnaps '61, Chorus '62, '63. SANDY SEALS: FIA '62, '63, La Parisienne '61, '62, '63, Student Council '61, NVilling Worker '63, Boys' Glee Club '63, Speech '62, '63, Speech Play '63, Senior Play '63, All-School Musical '62, '63, Tiger Tales '62, '63. CAROL ANN SHADID: Science Club '62, '63, Spanish Club '62, Gingersnaps '61, '62, Speech '63, All-School Musical '62, '63. B. K. SI-IAVV: FTA '62, Speech '62, '63, Stage Crew '63, Speech Play '63. MIKE SIMS CHRISTINE SMITH CYNTHIA SMITH: Paint Daubers '63, Student Council '61, Gin- gersnaps '61, '62, Cheerleader '63, All-Sports Queen '62, Honor At- tendant to All-School Queen '63. ,IOHNNIE RUTH SMITH: FNA '62, '63, Girls' Clee Club '62, '63, Mixed Chorus '61, ZONA KAY SMITH: Dist. Ed. '62, '63. LINDA KAY SMITH XVILLIAM E. SMITH KATHY SPEARS: Dist. Ed. '62, '63, Gingersnaps '61, '62, Chorus '61, '62. MIKE STAPP RONIE STOKES LARRY STOLHAND GARY SNVIMLEY: La Parisicnne '61, Math Club '63, Science Club '62, '63, Boys' Glee Club '61, Mixed Chorus '6l. MIKE TAYLOR: VVrestling '62, Paint Daubers '63. STEVE TAYLOR: Senior Class Vice-Pres. '63, Basketball '61, '62, All-State '63, 'N' Club '62, '63, Golf '63. . . . .School Draws to Close D15 51161 Farewell Seniors, THAD THOMAS TAYLOR: VVrestling '61, Boys' Glee Club '61, '62. GUS THOMPSON KAREN THOMPSON: FTA '62, Secy. '63, La Parisienne '61, Li- brary Club '61, Spanish Club '62, Gingersnaps '61, '62, '63, Band '61, '62, '63, Band Council '63, All-School Musical '63, State Honor Society '63. TOMMY THOMPSON: Swimming '62, 'N' Club '62, '63, Stage Crew '62, '63, Speech Play '63, All-School Musical '62, '63, Boys' Glee Club '62, '63. LINDA TOBERMAN: FHA '61, Reporter '62, Secy. '63, FTA '61, '62, '63, Gingersnaps '61, '62, '63, Third in Edmond Art Festival '61, Betty Crocker Award '63, Willing XfVorkers '63, Speech '63. CHERYL TODD: La Parisienne '61, '62, Student Council '62, Gin- gersnaps '61, '62, Cheerleader '63, TMIL Queen Honor Attendant '61, ALL-Sports Queen Attendant '62, All-Sports Queen '63, National Honor Society '63, State Honor Society '61, '62, '63. LYNDA TODD: La Parisienne '61, '62, Student Council '62, Ginger- snaps '61, '62, Cheerleader '63, All-Sports Queen Attendant '63, Na- tional Honor Society '61, '63. SUSAN TRACY: Science Club '63, Spanish Club '62, Gingersnaps '62, '63, Band '62, All-School Musical '62, '63, Other Schools: Band '61, Pep Club '61, Majorette '61, U-Teens '61, GAA '61, Science Club '61. CHARLES TUCKER: Band '61, '62, '63, Stage Band '62, '63, Na- tional Honor Society '62, '63. ALVIN TURNER: Golf '63, FIA Treas. '63, Latin Club '63, Pho- tography '61. Pres. '62, Spanish Club Pres. '63, Boys' Glee Club '63, Speech '63, Speech Play '63, All-School Musical '63, Tiger Tales '62, '63, National Honor Society '63, State Honor Society '61, '62, PATSY V AUGHANz Library Club '61, '62, Student Council Alt. '61, Gingersnaps '61, '62, '63, Speech '63, Girls' Glee Club '62, Mixed Chorus '63, All-School Musical '62, '63. KAROL VEAL: La Parisienne '61, '62, Paint Daubers '63, Student Council '62, Gingersnaps '61, '62, Cheerleader '63, FFA Queen At- tendant '61, '62, Honor Attendant to All-Sports Queen 63. MICHAELA VLACH: GRA '61, La Parisienne '62, Girls' Glee Club '63, Speech '63. Jo VOVVELL JILL WADE MILLIE VVAGGONER: FNA '61, '62, '63, Science Club '61, '62, Gingersnaps '61, '62, '63. JIM VVALKER: Basketball '61, '62, Track '61, ez. JACQUE WALLACE: Gingersnaps '62, '63, Girls' Chorus '62, '63, Mixed Chorus '63, All-School Musical '63, Other Schools: FHA '61, Latin Club '61, Class of 1963 BART NVARD: Science Club '62, Band '61, '62, Vice-Pres. '63, Stage Band '62, '63, National Honor Society '61, '62, '63, State Honor Society '61, '62, '63. NANCY VVARD: Gingersnaps '62, '63, Band '61, '62, '63, National Honor Society '62, '63, State Honor Society '61. MIKE VVASHBURNz Baseball '61, Football '61, '62, '63, Track '62, '63, La Parisienne '61, 'N' Club '61, '62, '63. JANE XVATSON: Gingersnaps '61, '62, Girls' Glee Club '62, '63. JEFF XVATSON: Swimming '61, '62, 'N' Club '62, '63, Speech '62, '63. M IKE YVATT JEAN XVILLIAMS BARRY VVILLIAMSON: YVrestling '61, Dist. Ed. '63, Speech '62, Speech Play '62, Senior Play '62. JUDY VVILSON: Dist. Ed. '63, FTA '61, Library Club '61. KELLY WVILSON: 'N' Club '63, Other Schools: Track '63. RAMONA VVILSON: FHA '62, Treas. '63, Library '62, Ginger- snaps '63. CHARLENE IVISE: Gingersnaps '61, '62, Girls' Glee Club, '61, '62. DARLENE VVISE: Gingersnaps '61, '62, '63, Mixed Chorus '62, '63, Girls' Glee Club '61, '62, '63. VVILLA XVOODROXV BILL NVOODSON: Swimming '62, Spanish Club '61, 'N' Club '62, '63. JAN YVRIGHT HARRIS: Dist. Ed. '63, Chorus '61, '62. MARTHA YVRIGHT: Gingersnaps '61, SUSAN VVRIGHT: FJA Vice-Pres. '62, State Pres. '63, La Parisienne '62, '63, Student Council '61, '62, VVi1ling VVorker '63, Gingersnaps '61, '62, '63, Tiger Tales '61, '62, Managing Editor '63, National Honor Society 63, State Honor Society '61, KAREN VVYNN: FJA '63, La Parisienne '61, '62, '63, Secy.-Reporter '62, Vice-Pres. '62, Paint Daubers '61, '63, Science Club '63, Student Council '61, '62, '63, Gingersnaps '61, '62, '63, Central Prom Com- mittee 62, All-School Musical Crew '62, '63, TRAIL Business Manager '63, BPVV Award '63, Who's YVho '62, All-School Queen Honor Attendant '63, National Honor Society '63, State Honor Society '61. U17 UNIOR Our Junior year has been an active and eX- citing one. We Worked very hard on our money raising projects: the junior Surprise Party, the bake sales, and our participation in the school musical. We cheered our sports stars on to many victories. The year was climaxed with our unforgettable Junior-Senior Prom. The class officers: Larry Harral, president, Sara Culp, vice- president, and Maria Kay Gill, secretary-treas- urer, performed a remarkable job and helped create that certain thing called "class pride" among us. We are looking forward to our senior year, and back on that joyous Sophomore year, but our Junior year will always be one we will never forget. The junior Sponsors were: First row: Mrs. Kiinrey, Mrs. XViest, Mrs. Smith. Second row: Mr. Rauch, Mr The junior Class officers for the 1963 school yen ueie Maria Reylwldsi 211111 Mr- Powell- Melba Ahshire liilecn Adair Beverly Gail Adkins Greg Akard David Allin Andy Anderson john Ashmore Don Austin joyce Bailey Dennis Balch Judy Bandy Forrest Barker Dorothy jean Barnett Virginia Bartlett Linda Beardslec Oma Ruth Beauchamp David Behrman Mary Ann Belden Chuck Bell Judy Bell jack Benge Larry Steven Berglan Becky Berry Charles Bilbo Jan Birmingham Darrell Blackburn janet Bloomer Richard Booker Gladys Bookout Karen Boren Anthony Bowers Janet Bradley Susan Brandt June Ann Bray Perry Brown Richard Brown Phil, those are football boys, not gym girls." A group of juniors listen intentively to Mr. Reynolds. l l i "Next time Mrs. P? stops us in the lunch line we'l1 Gang Bang her." A group of junior boys discuss their problems during lunch. 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Shisslcr Gary Shockley Mike Smith Ronnie Sniithers Bob Sneed Larry Snider Charlotte Southerland Royce Spiceland Margie Spor Danny Springs Lynda Stangle Pat Stapp Floyd Steely Laurie Steinmeyer Bill Stewart Janie Stewart Ann Stinson Clif Stone Cordelia Stone Evelyn Stout Milton Strain Carolyn Sue Strategic Class of 964 I O I I 'LLook, its still alive," shouts Larry Snider, while Bud McDaniel, john Potts and Gan Matthews look on. h Kathi Straw James Strickland Don Sullivan Tom Swain Shirley Ann Sweeney Janice Tadlock Rock Tapken Carol Taylor Sandy Terhune Jonathan Thayer Karen Thomas John Thompson Judy Tiller Donann Toler Tom Tonkin Brenda Traeder Billy Tucker Nancy Valoueh Larry D. V arner Ann VVacker Patsy VValdroop Sherrye Waller James VVard Ellen WVebster s y , ,. ,. ,'.C,'1-1.1.'f'SS'3Z ,. ' , 'mkfa' ,iiif 1-42 I 1.- .1 'V 4' "HS . Z' " 'HSSZ9 595 4 K ,Q , 41 '- V. :E """'A at if- S 1, 1 A ' -PM ,8,gk.w- :sf 4. ,- , 3.-.' :,- L.' V13f.iI ' ,.... 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Middle row: Gary VVillianis, Laura Williams, Linda Carole VVilliams, Linda Lee VVilliams, Lynne VVil- lianis, Robert YVilliams, Bill YVilson, Susan Lee Vfilson, Terry VVilson. Bottom rofw: Gary VVinters, Pamela Wfinters, Marcella Jean XVise, Jerry XVomaclc, Shirley XVomack, Paul Kenneth X , .... s:+?I 1' 9 Eff? .1-Fi if '- - 22. f" 'A K W ' ,Q -I . no ,,,,,,,,,,,,, V ,,1.1 A 9 1 asf JY 'l mf r, , .,., J ' ""' 5 i' ,Qar 'I " 1 ' 1 af?-fi? 1-QV'-'WmQ7?'Z2 WM 3147 sy ' V. ,::,ff:'-ze' H"We'Y" V' 125225621 ' VVV2i5'fIf'f':. " - . 7 A :g.V,.,.5?.:5 . if i ffl' 11 :si ,ev i1 ,,,9'3'K W ...,... ,, . 5? 4955 'G ? 22+ sf! , N Ki fr .,:,.:. .,,V ,, , ,.,, : ,-1.5, A Vright, Richard VV yatt, F arrie Young, Tony Zule. -4 .e . gsm Q' i 'fs sf ei i' Ii? 'RPM ' Mg by f 5s::g:-:M .I . . . . . ,. . . , .. ,. .. ....,,,,,,.,,..,,,,,,....,L.,,x..Q.,.,...,,.....-az.,?,.,,.,,,,,, X. M A . , W ff 4. x . .,..... , ,. '56 SZ Q' gg ,5-z.v,.5:,e2:a ' I ,Z lgn, E , ..., v--.4 , V ...., .. 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UPHO ORE The Sophomores of 1963, the largest of the three classes, have rocked NHS with their en- thusiasm. They have shown the vitality that is typical of all Norman Tigers as they participated in the various activities of their new school. The Sophomore Class has proven its loyalty to Nor- man High by living up to the goals and tradi- tions found in its halls. It can be plainly seen as the Class of '65 approaches the leader's position in NHS that the Tiger banner will remain aloft. The Sophomore Class sponsors, Mrs. Bailey, Mr. Sawyer, Mrs. Braith- waite, Mr. Upchurch and Mrs. Brandt were always ready to help. Cindy Bowlby, VlCC-Pl'CSlLlCl1l, and Linda Stafford, Secretary-Treasurer, worked diligently for their class. 51261 David Abercrombie Lain Adkins Joyce Alexander Austina Gail Allison Joe Allman Glenda Amrein Joyce Anderson Mike Anderson Bobo Angelino Thomas Annesley Doyle Argo Ronald Argo Jane Ash Mike Avery Maridee Bailey Pat Bain Herman Barela Terry Barnard Marsha Barton Brian Baum Bill Bavinger Rex Beal, Jr. Patricia Bell Vivian Bell Joyce Benge Larry Bigbie Larry Birden Nancy Blair Deanna Blancett Harold Boston Cindy Bowlby Karen Bramletr Nancy Braught Gene Bray Caren Brecheen Linda Brookshire Bobby Brewer Linda Brewster Bonnie Brockman Jacky Brooks Patsy Broudy Jan Bryan Sandy Buck Mary Jane Bumgarner Louis Burnett VVicky Burrow Jerry Buxton Larry Buxton Cynthia Calkins John Campbell Don Carpenter David L. Carriere Judy Channell Patricia Charles Edward Charley VVayne Cheek Fred Christian Stanley Ciereszkn Carolyn Clark Gay Clark 51:7 "VVatch his sleeve," Shannon Rice tells Rick Olney while Ralph Wilson and Thomas Annesley plot a scheme. i:i2f2i 'KYou are on my little pinkyll' Donna Evans shouts to Sandy Schader. ophomores Boast Largest Class David Clemens Vickie Clements Keith Clouser Jean Cochrane Allen Coleman Karen Kay Coley Connie Collins Marilyn Collins Marsha Colwell Billy Conkling julie Cook Karen jo Cox Larry Craig David Creveling Mary Crews Mary Ann Crockett John Cunningham David Davenport Adrienne Davis Margaret Dean Phil Dees Terry Demastus Loretta Dennis Mike Deskin Harley R. DeVore Bob Dillard Sue Dillard Julianna Dixon Dana Donaldson Susan Donnell Calvin Doussett Duane Draper Danny Dudley Russell Dunn . Susan Easterling 5 Darrell Edwards l John YV. Edwards Tommy Edwards James Elder Connie Ann Elledge Michael D. Elliott Phil Elmore Don Eoff Jennifer Eubanks Donna Evans Varonia Farabee Donald Farris Lynda Felton Priscilla Ann Feuerborn Keith Finch Ann Finney Carol Foss Phyllis Fox Skippy Fox Roberta Franklin Ann Freeman James Fritch Larry Gardner Phyllis Garner David Garriott Mary Jane Gatchel Pat George Roger Geyer Preston Gilson Gene Gilstrap David Gleason Joyce Goldfield Glenda Graves Linda Gray Linda Greb Kris Green Leslie Gregory Pat Gririith Gordon Grotts Linda Gunning David Gustafson Susan Hall Susan Hallam Robbie Ham Tommy Hames Delores Hancock Janie Hankowsky Bob Harmon Michael Ray Harmon Cindy Harper Linda Harrison Par Hatcher Roy Hatfield Judy Hawk Cal Hawkins Carl Haynes Thurman Heck Glen Heitz James Hemphill Shari Henderson Jan Colene Herron lm Q N' A al, h 99 N , fffiwlge M Q .,.. 3 .. A salosaaala yt is ,.. """' l ' " "'i"' .,- ,.., ' . 'I E i:i S-2 ,,t,.t,, . P N ,Q x xg X X - . ,P s Q x ,: gps, . V sl v :M-: 1- A 2-Ni, R .,,,,. ,.:,r.,,: 'fix 1.-fiii ,f-1225? 1:2-I ' . 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Jernigan Anna Johnson David Johnson Dorothy Johnson Peggy Johnson Suzanne Johnson Barbara Diane Johnston Jerry Jones Jimmy Jones Jill Joshu Phil Kennon Gloria Kerby Carolyn Kessler Barbara King Carole King Joy Knight Sue Kuykendall Margaret LaFon Billie Ruth Landers Ellen Langston Thomas Lavine Cindy Leaverton Donna Kay Lewis Brent Livingston Joe Logan Bill Long Hardin Lovelace Jimmy Luther Linda Sue Lutker Kerry McCrady Kathy McCray Dianne McDaniel Bruce McFarland Judy Pearson ' , -A f 5:1 aaa f' I H ff: gl f .- z ' ' . V .11 - .., - erase IA. 1 ,.:, Z 1, 9. ' - , ,.,.. - . ..,.. I v- H - - ,j f ua, - 5 e e-5.55: . , . -: v aw- -- gg if ff: -N -.: .2 -if 'I jf s, J' . . . X . , . ,.,.. J :sg 1. V ,IIQAV - images-1, . iiaaa ,.eaaaaat ' .ears .erM' FEEPZ' J g .. I+. -1-:2 g':' 5:1122 1I.- , ,.::,'IEZE, '-.? - " .ea-Q : :,. 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North Larry Odom Bobby Oliphant Joe Oliphant Rick Olney David Overstreet Pam Oviatt Pam Owens Ina Sue Padgett Carol Parsons Patricia Paul Tim Pavne Joan Pearson Eddie Perry Diane Peters Sharon Pettit Brenda Phillips Elaine Piekel '.i1 3 3 hh, llavid McNabb Margaret Ann Mabe Rita Maher Dennis Maloy Mesha Maloy Donna Janeen Manning Cheryl Marler Bill Marrs Patty Marshall Jimmie Lou Marti Judy Martin Marilyn Martin Tim Martin Barbara Meiser Jo Ann Meissner Josette Merrell Jane Meyer Butch Milam iL131 1321 Curtis Pierce Peggy Pierce Lorrie Pierson Donna Pinkerton Margaret Pirtle Glenna Pool Bob Prickett jennifer Ragsdale Rena Ralls Kathy Rankin Sandy Ray Vicki Raymond Lynn Reed Mary Ann Reed John Reikowsky Camilla Reynolds jennifer Reynolds Marilyn Kay Reynolds Shannon Rice Linda Richardson Linda Richey Gloria Ridenour Danny Rinehart Nicky Risner Yvonne Robbins Billie Rogers Earl C. Roley Terry Ross Eddie Russell Rheba Russell VVanda Russell Paula Sue Rutledge Marilyn Ryan Calvin Sanders Linda Sanders Susanne Saucier Paula Schader Sandy Schader Virginia Schimelpfening Pruda Shank VV alter Shaw Twanna Shepherd Sue Sherif Annette Smith Carl Smith, Jr. Paul M. Smith joy Smothermon Charlene Southard Linda Southerland Harold Spake Vicki Spires Linda Stafford Gail Steinmeyer Larry Stephenson jimmy Stewart Charles Stookey janann Stringer Mickey Swank Hilding Swanson Elizabeth Sweeney Bill Tankersley, Mike Avery, Russell Dunn, and jim Keeley thc time away while waiting in the cafeteria to get their lunch. Dick Talley Bill Tankersley Helen Thayer Melvin Thompson Alesha Timmons jerry Tolson Tommy Tooker Jerry Tucker Jeannie Tullius Shirley Tuma Diane Turner Donna Vaught Jo Ann XValko Sally Wampler Kay Ward Candice Warmack john VVarren Margaret YVarren Stephanie YVarren Eatline XVeaver Jackie Webster Bill VVeimar jorja Ann Wells Bill Xvheeler Leo H. XVl1.inery, Jr. Rosemary Wfhite Tom White Mary Ann Whitney Dick VVhitsitt Donald VVilcoX john VViley Donna Williams Mary VVilson Ralph D. VVilson H Sandy XVilson Katy VVinkler Karla Wfoolery Sara YVorrell Kathy VV right Brenda VVyatt Brett Yohn Sherry York pa SS Don Carpenter, Brett John, Danny Hill, Allen Coleman, and Skippy Fox amuse themselves with a game of cards in the student CCl1tC1'. G ADUATIO Never To Be Relived- D341 But Never To Be Forgotten As we walk the halls of Norman, Greet our friends from day to day, We add to mem7ry's scene To keep when we go away. As we see the shining faces, As the voices come and go, We know we shall remember, ln the soft afterglow. One day, half sad, welll leave, HGood-byef, the voices grieve. "Each bright tomorrow turns to yesterdayf' 'LGood-byefl Some tears may start. Yet living in each heart Are memories so bright and dear and gay. Come walk again in Norman VV ith friends still fond and true. For in the halls of Norman All the mem'ries mean you. -Miss Lucille Searcy ff' 13 " 5- Q' 9 ZT . , -, ,- ,ft f' ' ' W' J- -' -' "f" . V - '- f- " " ' I . , ATTEND THE CHURCH OF YOUR CHOICE St. john's Episcopal Church McFar11n Methodist Church Trinity Baptist Church Boyd and McGee Church of Christ First Presbyterian Church University Church of Christ First Christian Church First Church of Christ, Scientist First Baptist Church First Church of the Nazarene 'B - ,ss.a E ,Q ,rw T T T 1 A A A TJ RlcKNER's I2 II IC IK NI E I '3 I JE 4-7777 WACKER'S G'if5'?i5?F 301 S. Porter O JE 4-6663 uMerchandise for Less" GLOVER 116 s. Crawford JE 4-7432 MONUMENT COMPANY JE 4-1424 909 N. Porter GENERAL JACK'S pus y PIZZA OSCAR MEssAMoRE 331 W. 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Main JE 4-0356 Established in 1895 Lff'w,A CleanerS.,-iLaundrI'1 I CONVENIENT NIGHT DRIVE-IN DEPOSIT 1 Phone ' JE 4-4800 750 Asp DAYLIGHT DONUTS DONUTS AT THEIR FRESHEST AND BEST 1202 N. Flood JE 4-3195 PHONE JE 62727 f PROFESSIONAL XCENTER PHARMACY 1028 N. Flood Norman, Okla. Hal Nluldrow A G E N C Y 0 AUTOMOBILE 0 FIRE 0 COMPENSATION I 0 LIABILITY --wHY, KAREN, IT ABSOLUTELY scREANLs FOR You," GusHEs PATTY FOWLER TO KAREN WYNN. 0 BON DS o BUROLARY ,K 'ACCIDENT and HEALTH W 0 LIFE BEST FASHIONS 117 E. Comanche JE 4-5860 FOR WOMEN DOWNTOWN SHOPPING CENTER-NORMAN 1421 RUSSELL SMITH STUDIO itlalxfz P 0 R T R A I T S 767 Asp JE 4-4252 O LIFE-LIKE O NATURAL QSSWALSAQJ in 192 9 'I20 W. Main JE 4-8413 "AW, COME ON GIRLS, PLEASE BUY IT," PLEADS JAMES STRICKLAND TO KATHY KUHLMAN AND GUYANNE CALAME. W - Ideal Mattress Factory flgllL'KY4 U f MANDY l 424 E. Maln JE 4-6504 I roons at TYLER 8: SIMPSON CO. NORMAN, OKLAHOMA OLTZSCHUE ARDWARE 'I'I9 West Main Dial JE 6-'I028 'Y Admirin s aI of the Iection F gift items from finctively ylcll elry fro B kI1 9 Brockhaus are Ron Minnix and Linda Pratt. Broekhaus Jewelry voun sssr suv 752 Asp JE 4-4228 Charles Jernigan and Susan Ea ling Iongingly gaze at dis- I143 Going AII the way . in Service O F F I C E R S J. R. Symcox, Pres. Phil Symcox, Vice Pres. T. R. Benedum, Vice-Pres. H. O. McSpadden, Cashier Don R. Symcox, Vice-Pres. Elmer Coffey, Asst. Cashier xx-rhafis our B a n ki ,r O o!11 llIIllllmlImmlllllllllllllll !?,!IJ.. CITY ATIO AL BANK B NIC ' IM: Member Federal Deposit insurance cofpofsf 'I31 E. Main JE 4-6444 SOUTHERLAND LAUNDRY J O. E. SOUTHERLAND, JR., Manager 331 White Street JE 4-0343 8 DAVIS PAINT AND Many Sizes to Choose From GIFT STORE in Sizes Infants thru Sub-Teens H3 E. MAIN 115-A East Main JE 4-2423 "Say cheese." Maria Kay Gill and Judy Miller pose prettily front of Harold's. H ' axrnlh 5 maui and cywmfef FACING CAMPUS beautiful. Grimacing in the sun, Rusty Reed tries his best to look 1441 NORMAN NIcNABB'S SPORTING GOODS O7 W. Main JE 4-1305 REYNOLDS LIILIUPSSCQY Furniture JE4-0362 " New if usen BICYCLE SHOP E. Mann O EASY TERMS 0 JE 4-0646 207 West Main JE 6-121 QNOYWQWJH 4 Iowl Sooner 495611425 2424 W. Main 550 N. 24th Ave. Phone JE 6-1616 Ph JE 6-1155 48 BEAUTIFUI. BRUNSWICK LANES ik SNACK BAR ik PRO SHOP ik AUTOMATIC PIN SETTERS ik NURSERY I l HAVEN'T WE SEEN THESE GREASE-MONKEYS SOMEWHERE BEFORE? OYLE TODD Distributor of SINCLAIR and GOODYEAR PRODUCTS Printers of the N.H.S. TRAIL and Other High Quality Books and Publications McCALL'S COFFEE SHOP 116 East Main JE 4-1822 Publication PriEers Waugh? 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COMPANY C I nd Santa Fe .IE 41709 LAMBERT's GROCERY KERBY oFFlcE SUPPLY 826 N' Pane' JE 4'753' PORTABLE TYPEWRITERS SCHOOL SUPPLIES CARDS d GIFTS NORMAN FLORAL an U h i vv ru W e".l"'aeiZZifE..YL2i.55' es 209 E- NWN LOCKETT HOTEL JE 4-3066 JE 4-7332 czmlofon Q 610 N Porter FLOWERS AND GIFTS JE 45200 II49 Claude Eurton Me' Newsom REALTOR tpOl'fl'CZifS My QOMK, ZZQcf,,,e5 LANDSAW Sayre Builders FURNITURE Supply EXC H A N G E Phon f Tflfff Sterr's Foods 128 W. Main JE 4-6020 110 ain JE 501 "Host fo Most of ll Norman's Guesfs S X . of , nf, .1 1,-53752 " III'- -.I - X N F lux- A X V, x Nxhx . gEXXi:N. .. U kfqxx EXE-A 1 3' -- Tslx !'fu' i---My :rl ' dffe?--fs.----. A ::f'1 -I , l-- I X E51 5 . 3" ' - . . - - I I '..wZX.-L...'., ,.f...1.ll IEI 'I'-' f' - Q.. I -N ,II-Illiwgllll I 1 41 LOCKETT HOTEL MAIN AT BOULEVARD JE 4-3670 THE SHOP GAZING WISTFULLY AT A LOVELY BLOUSE, ANN FINNEY AND CAROLYN SCHLOSSER PONDER OVER A CO-ED EXCLU- SIVE. I'Fashions begins af The Co-ed . . . . . . and ends in a Co-ecI's closet" 788 Asp JE 4-7200 LOOKING HIS CHARMING BEST, RICHARD BOOKER IS SHOWN ANOTHER ATTRACTIVE SWEATER BY A HELPFUL GARNER'S SALESMAN. CORRECT STYLING AND GOOD TASTE L 9 19! ASP AVENUE NOlMAN'OKLAHOMA 792 Asp JE 4-2500 GiII's Conoco NORMAN FEED 8: SEED 115 s. Porter JE 4-8488 POWER' Young Fashions 111 East Main JE 4-1711 I151 Qiltmgdge qlgSARM5 FAQ? 1::"' NEW CARTON- A NO wAx less Walden P Cleaners M Night Gunn Brothers Z Depository Stamps l Q M Two Locations To Serve You Better - . 121 N. Porter 202 N. Flood Sure Sign of Flavor JE 4-6464 JE 4.0462 Unlversit Cleaners NORMAN B"'LD'NG y 8a LOAN ASSN. "The Sign of Service" Established in 1895 747 Asp JE 4-6600 220 N. Peters JE 4-5484 CAMPUS PHARMACY uWhere Friends Meet" Sharpe Dry Goods Co. Norman's "Name Brands" Department Store JE 4-2324 Campus Corner 110 E, Main JE 4.3223 7 4 E- .ef -:s:...:.. -- S Z- Q ' ' CIQWAO Sr 57. FU Service I! 2 , N O DEAN WADDELL, Owner 116 S. Santa Fe JE 4-5210 200 W' Main JE 4.2122 1521 I DEX Gaddis, Carol 120 ClStT'Iel'lS, ik Abercrombie, David 94, 127 Abshire, Melba 67, 68, 119 Adair, Eileen 62, 66, 119 Adkins, Ann 54, 55, 68, 101 Adkins, Beverly 50, 54, 62, 68, 70, 119 Adkins, Lain 87, 127 Akard, Greg 89, 119 Alexander, Donald 101 Alexander, Joyce 127 Allen, Don 30, 57, 87 Allin, David 33, 43, 119 Allison, Austina Gail 127 Allman, Joe, 127 Amrein, Glenda 64, 127 Amsden, Kathy 74, 78, 101 Amspacher, Susan 25, 32, 60, 64, 101 Anderson, Andy 119 Anderson, Arley 47 Anderson, Joyce 34, 52, 53, 74, 127 Anderson, Judy 17, 18, 60, 101 Anderson, Mike 127 Anderson, Pam 101 Angelino, Bobo 127 Annesley, Thomas 127 Argo, Doyle 127 Argo, Ronald 127 Ash, Jane 43, 48, 127, 148 Ashmore, John 119 Atkins, Richard 68, 69 Austin, Don 119 Avery, Mike 74, 127 B Bagby, Ronny 74 Bailey, Joyce 62, 66, 119 Maridee 127 Bailey, Bain, Pat 64, 66, 127 Baker, Judy 67 Baker, Peter 73, 74, 101 Balch, Dennis 119 Balch, Kenneth 25, 46, 47, 101 Bandy, Judy 30, 33, 62, 119 Barbour, Margaret 50, 54, 101 Barela, Herman 89, 127 Barker, Forrest 21, 30, 33, 119 Barnard, Terry 127 Barnett, Dorothy 61, 119 Bartlett, Virginia 61, 119, 123 Barton, Marsha 74, 127 Baum, Brian 127 Bauman, Gene 33, 53, 56, 69, 91, 102 Bavinger, Bill 127 Beal, Rex 127 Beardslee, Linda 61, 66, 119 Beauchamp, Oma Ruth 62, 66, 119 Beckham, Vicki 50, 62 Behrman, David, 30, 33, 57, 87, 119 Belden, Mary Ann 61, 68, 119 Bell, Chuck 119 Bell, Elizabeth 61, 67 Bell, Judy 119 Bell, Patricia 50, 70, 127 Bell, Paul 30, 33, 69, 74, 102 Bell, Bell, Vivian 54, 74, 80, 127 Bender, Johnnie Sue 66 Benge, Guy Jack 80, 119 Benge, Joyce 67, 127 Bennett, Harold 46, 102 Berglan, Larry 57, 59, 87, 119 Berry, Becky 25, 53, 61, 79, 119 Biffle, Jimmy 47 Bigbie, Larry 127 Bilbo, Charles 30, 33, 80, 119 Birden, Larry 127 Birmingham, Jan 62, 66, 119 Blackburn, Darrell 119 Blackburn, Kay 53, 66, 102 Blair, Nancy 127 Blancett, Deanna 127 Bloomer, Janet 25, 61, 119 Boarts, Janeille 102 Bohn, Michele 48, 49, 50, 102 Booker, Richard 42, 43, 79, 119, 151 Bookout, Gladys 70, 119 Boren, Karen 61, 74, 119 Boston, Harold 68, 69, 127 Bowers, Anthony 119 Bowlby, Cindy 64, 126, 127 Boyett, Tom 76, 102 Pete 94 Bradley, Janet 50, 61, 119 Bramlett, Karen 17, 127 Brandt, Susan 45, 61, 80, 119 Brandy, Judy 78 Branton, Harriet 54, 70, 102 Bratcher, Karen 32, 67, 68, 79, 102 Braught, Nancy 74, 127 Bray, Alvin 102 Bray, Eugene 74, 80, 127 Bray, June 119 Brecheen, Caren 127 Brewer, Robert 127 Brewster, Karen 54, 73, 74, 102 Brewster, Linda 127 Brooks, Jackalyn 127 Brooks, Perry 23, 89, 102 Brookshire, Linda 127 Broudy, Broudy, Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown, Bruce, Kenny 46, 102 Patsy 64, 127 N. Dean 68, 69, Perry, 25, 46 Richard 46, 119 Shirley 120 Richard 68, 69 102 Conley, David 68, 69 Cook, Bill 30, 33, 52, 69, 120 Cook, Carol 103 Cook, Julie 70, 128 Corkins, Pat 120 Corrotto, Gary 120 Coughlin, Dan B. 103 Coughlin, Mary 70, 71 Cowan, Cathey 61, 67, 120 Cowan, Nancy 110 Cox, Charlene 61, 120 Cox, Karen 128 Cox, Mike 94, 95, 103 Craddock, Randy 69, 104 Craig, Cheryl 18, 23, 50, 62, 67, 120 Craig, Elaine 104 Craig, Larry 128 Cramer, Sharon 23, 32, 51, 52, 68, 101 Crawford, Pat 104 Crawley, Robert 30, 33, 56, 57, 69, 74, 104 Craven, Dean 120 Creveling, David 128 Creveling, Steve 120 Bruemmer, Betty 120 Bryan, Jan 64, 67, 127 Bucher, Ed 48, 120 Buck, Lindy 30, 33, 44, 102 Buck, Sandy 69, 127 Buckley, Dianne 62, 79, 120 Bumgarner, Mary June 63, 127 Burkleo, David 102 Burks, Mike 120 Louis 93, 127 Burnett, Burnett, Shay 50, 61, 120 Burrow, Barbara 102 Burrow, Wicky 16, 127 Burton, Layne 55 Burton, Vicki 30, 33, 54, 70, 79, 102 Busch, Sandra 17, 50, 62, 120 Butts, Earl 120 Buxton Jerry 21, 74, 80, 127 Buxton, Larry 21, 74, 127 C Calame, Guyanne 19, 33, 50, 61, 12 143 Calkins, Cindy 76, 127 Campbell, John 87, 93, 127 Carpenter, Don 74, 127 Carpenter, Nancy 120 Carriere, David 74, 79, 127 Carson, Barbara 67 48, 49, 78, 79, 0, Crews, Bill 104 Crews, Linda 30, 33, 45, 74, 104 Crews, Mary 67, 128 Crites, Dana Lynn 104 Crocker, Dan 120 Crockett, Mary Ann 128 Cross, Braden 52, 94 Culp, Sara 25, 43, 50, 62, 118, 120 Cunningham, John 128 D Dabney, Frank 18, 25, 46, 87, 104 Daniels, James 120, 123 Daniels, Marvin 57, 87, 91, 120 Danner Kenneth 87 120 Daugherty, Lynn 541 64, 67 Davault, Wanda 67, 120 Davenport, David 128 Carter, C Carter, P harlotte 77, 103 hil 103 Carver, Mary Jane 103 Cavanaugh, James 120 Champeau, Jo Ann 120 Channell, Charles, Charley, Cheek, W Judy 66, 127 Patricia 127 Edward 89, 127 ayne 127 Childress, Judie 120 Chipman, Christian, Christian, Clark, Clark, Clark, Carol 17, 28, 33, 58, 64, 103 Cheri 50, 103 Fred 89, 127 Vernon 25, 46, 47 Stanley 127 Christian, Ciereszko, Ann 62, 68, 120 Bob 57, 120 Carolyn 70, 127 Clark, Dick 120 Clark, Clark, Gay 17, 64, 127 Sue 66 Claxton, Derrell 103 David 78, 128 Davis, Adrienne 128 Davis, Dana 53, 61, 120 Davis, John 30, 33, 45, 94 Day, Betty as Day, Jackie 104 Dean, Delmar 89, 120 Dean, Margaret 128 Deason, Carol 68, 104 Dees, Philip 128 Demastus, Bill 104 Demastus, Terry 128 Dennis, Allene 104 Dennis, Loretta 128 Deskin, Mike 128 Devero, Wesley 21, 74, 104 DeVore, Harley 128 Dilks, Dickey 94, 95, 120 Dilks, Larry 56, 87, 104 Dillard, Bob 128 Dillard, Sue 128 Dixon, Julianna 64, 128 Donaldson, Dana 94, 128 Donnell, Carol 17, 79, 105 Clements, Vickie 67, 128 Cleveland, Jim 120 Cleveland, Linda 120 Clifton, Sara 21, 103 Clinkenbeard, Cherrie 62, Clouser, Keith 128 Coates, Carolyn 62 Coates, Jim 103 Coates, Marilyn 62 80, 120 Donnell, Susan 52, 70, 78, 128 Dorsett, Dallas 30, 33, 74, 77, 78, Dousett, Calvin 128 Dragoo, Jeanie 50, 61, 120 Draper, Duane 78, 128 Drilling, Candy 61, 120 Drilling Joe 120 Dudark, Roy 89, 120 Dudley, Danny 128 Dudley, Linda 62, 67, 120 DuKett, Carol 105 Dumas, Sylvia 54, 120 Duncan, Johnny 120 Dunn, Reas 77 Dunn, Russell, 21, 34, 74, 128 Dunn, Susan 52, 53, 105 Dyer, Tim 105 Dyson, Gail 67 Cochrame, Jean 128 Coker, Judy 67 Coleman, Allen 128 Coley, Karen 74, 78, 128 Collins, Connie 74, 128 Collins, Marilyn 67, 128 Collins, Mike 86, 87 Collins, Susan 48, 49, 70, 77, 103 Collins, Tommi 62, 120 Collins, Tommy 120 Colwell, Jim 103 Colwell, Marsha 128 Comegys, Judy 20, 23, 52, 58, 62, 79, E Earley, Susan 17, 105 Easterling, Susan 55, 64, 128, Edwards, Darrell 46, 74, 128 Edwards, John 129 Edwards, Tommy 129 Elder, James 50, 129 Elledge, Connie Ann 129 Elledge, Donald 120 Elledge, Ronald 120 143 103 Conkling, Billy 128 Elliott, Michael 74, 129 Ellis, Carolyn Kaye 62, 120 Elmore, Phil 129 Engle, Bill 105 Eotf, Don 129 Ernest, Ricky 94, 120 Estridge, Barbara 81, 120 Eubanks, Jennifer 129 Eurton, Mary Alice 28, 34, 50, 52, 60 61, 65, 120 Evans, Donna 129 Ewing, Joel, 30, 32, 33, 45, 105 F Farabee, Varonia 79, 129 Farris, Don 129 Farris, Ken 53, 56, 57, 97, 105 Feaver, Eric 20, 30, 33, 52, 56, 69, 106 Felton, Lynda 76, 129 Ferrell, Jacke 120 Fertig, Les 56, 89, 91, 106, 114 Feuerborn, Priscilla 129 Finch, Keith 74, 129 Finney, Ann 42, 43, 54, 64, 76, 80, 129 151 Finney, John 33 Fischer, Mary Lamond 106 Fischer, Terry 89, 91, 92, 93, 103, 10 Fite, Louis 45 Flippo, Joe 30, 33, 106 Flud, Evelyn 106 Foss, Carol 129 Foss, Kenneth 20, 23, 56, 85, 86, 87, 88 106 Fountain, Dannie 74, 120 43, 80, 120, 142 Fowler, Patty 42, Fox, Phyllis 64, 129 Fox, Skippy 129 Franklin, Roberta 66, 129 Freeman, Ann 129 Friedlander, Jan 106 Fritch, Jimmy 94, 129 Fritch, Linda 62 Fry, Barbara 120 C5 Gardner, Larry 129 Garner, Phylis 66, 67, 129 Garriott, David 94, 129 Gass, Charlie 74 Gatchell, Mary Jane 53, 54, 55, 129 Gay, Carolyn 54, 74, 106 Gay, Marilyn 54, 74, 106 Gentry, Anita 30, 33, 45, 78, 120 George, Pat 129 Geyer, Roger 78, 129 Gibson, Tom 20, 106 Giezentanner, Kay 30, 33, 54, 61, 66 120 Gifford, Marvin 68, 69 Gifford, Van 47 Gilbert, Eddie 68, 69, 120 Gill, Maria Kay 43, 62, 63, 68, 118, 121 124, 144 Gilmore, Robert 121 Gilson, Preston 129 Gilstrap, Gene 129 Glasscock, Randy 20, 87 Gleason, David 129 Goldfield, Joyce 52, 64, 79, 129 Gordon, Nona 18, 61, 121 Gornell, Ronald Carl 106 Gowens, Tommy 46, 94, 106 Grace, Virginia 66 Granger, Percy 21, 33, 44, 56, 57, 68 79, 100, 105, 106, 110 Graves, Glenda 129 Gray, Carol 54, 55, 70, 106 Gray, Linda 129 Greb, Linda 129 Green, Karen 50, 55, 61, 68, 121 Green, Kris 76, 129 Greenwood, Letha 121 Gregory, Leonard 121 Gregory, Leslie 68, 69, 129 Griffin, Claudia 55 Griffith Cherry Kay 16, 42, 43, 53, 63 121 Griffith, Pat 52, 129, 139 Grotts, Gordon 74, 129 Gudgel, Jimmy B. 74 Gunning, Linda 50, 129 Gustafson, David 45, 74, 78, 129 i153 DEX H Haddock, Ann 61, 121 Hall, June 65, 67, 121 Hall, Susan 129 Hallam, Laura 19, 29, 30, 32, 33, 62, 66, 121 Hallam, Susan 17, 64, 129 Halsey, Bruce 121 Ham, Robert 129 Hagnes, Linda 30, 33, 35, 39, 55, 6 Hames, Patricia 106 Hames, Tommy 129 Hamil, Bill 46, 81, 107 Hamilton, Diana 107 Hamilton, Georgianna 80 Hamilton, Sara 107 Hammond, Darlene 44, 60, 79, 107 Hancock, Delores 129 Handwork, Margaret 81, 107 Hankowsky, Janie 67, 129 Hanska, Robert 80, 121 Hardesty, Marsha 121 Harlow, Mary 61, 66, 78, 121 Harmon, Bob 129 Harmon, Mike 43, 43, 126, 129 Harper, Cindy 64, 70, 71, 79, 129 Harper, Lynn 61, 79, 121 Harral, Larry 29, 74, 118, 121 Harrell, Judy 62, 121 Harris, Brent 121 Harris, Buddy 121 Harris, Donna 81, 107 Harris, Gary 107 Harrison, Doane 65, 94, 121 Harrison, Linda 129 Hari, Richard 30, 33, 73, 74, 121 Harwell, Linda 66, 107 Hatcher, Freddy 94, 121 Hatcher, Pat 64, 129 Hatcher, Sammy ao, 32, ea, 69, 59, my Hatfield, Hawk, JUdY 74, 80, 129 Hawkins, Cal 93, 129 Jim 68, 69 Roy 129 Hawkins, Hawkins, Susan 107 Hayes, Billy 107 Haynes, Carl 94, 129 H6Ynes, Judy 107 Haynes, Micky 46, 121 Haynes, Susan 107 Heavner, Judy 30, 33, 50, 62, 68, 121 52, 67, 68 Houck, David 94, 130 Houck, LaWayne 130 Houck, Mary Kather 70, 71, 108 Houck, Ralph 74, 130 Houser, Mary 130 Howard, Joe 130 Howe, Gordon 47 Howse, David 130 Huddleston, Mike 74, 87, 108 Hudson, Bill 33, 121 Huff, Gregg 30, 33, 53, 56, 85, 108 Huffman, Geraldine 121 Hughes, Carolyn 74, 130 Hunt, Geary 76 Hunt, Marsha 55, 67, 108 Hurry, Basil 18, 56, 68, 69, 91, 108 Hurt, Connie 108 I lglehart, Cathy 121 Ivy, Sue 17, 53, 130 J Jackson, Jay 68, 69 Jaeschke, Walter 130 Jansing, Heather 108 Jarvis, Pat 29, 44, 51 52, 55, Jennings, Phil 130 Jepson, Jill 62, 121 Jernigan, Bill 74, 130 Jernigan, Charles 121, 143 Johnson, Anna 66, 130 Johnson, Barton 121 Johnson, Becky 60, 61, 68, 121 Johnson, Carla 67, 108 Johnson, David 130 Johnson, Dorothy 81, 112 Johnson, Dorothy 130 Johnson, Helena 66 Johnson, Peggy 67, 130 Johnson, Shirlene 108 Johnson, Suzanne 64, 67, 130 Johnson, Wayne 89, 121 Johnston, Diane 130 Jolley, Mary 68, 108 Jones, Adele 67, 121 Jones, Bobbi 18, 21, 58, 108 ine 30, 33, 48, 49, 86, 87, 108 Jones, Calvin 30, 33, 45, 78, 108 Jones, Jerry 130 Jones, Jimmy 130 Jones, Judy 81, 121 Jordan, Sharon 61 Hi Heck, Thurman 129 Helms, Norma 107 HeitZ, Glen 47, 129 Hemphill, James 23, 32, 57, 129 Hemphill, John 23, 52, 56, 69, 76, 36, 87, 88, 89, 107, 114 Henderson, Barbara 62, 66, 121 Henderson, Carol 48, 62, 121 Henderson Janie 81, 107 Henderson: Richard 23, 74, 107 Henderson, Rose Marie 107 Henderson, Sharian 66, 129 Hensley, Butch 46 Herr, David 121 H-Erick, Nancy ao, 33, 49, 49, 61, ao, HEVVOHI Jack 23, 30, 51, 52, 53, 56, 64, Herron, Jan 43, 50, 54, 74, 129, 140 90, 91, 108 Hetherington, Bill 87, 93, 130 Hickman, Don 56, 108, 123 Hill, Ann 81, 108 Hill, Billy 89 Hill, Christy 74, 130 Hill DBI'lI'1y 89, 130 Hill, Gene 47, ai, we Hill, Laura 52, 78, 130 Hill, Linda za, so, sz, ez, m Hin nnike 56, 69, ina Patt 67 Joshu, Jill 130 Judd, Judy 33, 68, 70, 108 Justice, Patti 54, 74, 80, 108 K Kahoe, Carol 55, 67, 108 Kaldrider, Judy 44, 54, 109 Keeley, Jim 74 Keeling, Charles 121 Keester, Donald 121 Keim, Dick 68, 69 Keim, Lynn 68, 69, 109 Keller, Barbara 109 Keller, Linda 35, 38, 81 Kelley, Lee 121 Kelley, Paul 121 Kennedy, Marilyn 30, 33, 61, 79, 121 Kennon, Phil 74, 130 Kerby, Don 33, 34, 57, 121 Kerby, Gloria 130 Kersey, Gary 109 Kersey, lllene 67, 109 Kersey, Ricky 57, 89, 90, 91, 92, 93, 121 Kessler, Carol n 130 ll, y Hinshaw, Mark 130 Hockman, Shiree Dane 130 Hogue, Charles 47, 108 Hoisington, Sam 121 Holley, Georgia 67, 121 Holleyman, Bob 130 Hollingsworth, Sherry 64, 130 Holman, Cathy 54, 79, 130 Holzbauer, Bill 121 Hoover, Jim 32, 33, 44, 80, 105, 1198 Hopkins, Jan 130 Horton, Dale 47 Horner, Elaine 108 Houck, Brenda 130 H541 Y Ketcham, Anne 54, 70, 109 Ketcham, Elaine 70, 71, 109 Ketner, Linda 109 Ketomen, Joe Pel 109 Keys, John 68, 69, 121 Kidd, John 109 Kill, Joe 56, 86, 87, 109 Kimberling, Barbara Kay 50, 62, 77, 121 Kimbrell, Mike 21, 74 King, Barbara 130 King, Carole 64, 66, 130 King, Gary, 56, 84, 85, 86, H7 88, 89, 91, 92 King, Mary 30, 33, 55, 109 Kinnebrew, Linda 61, 121 Kitching, Kathleen 54, 73, 74, 121 Knight, Joy 130 Kocis, Bill 89, 94 Korgan, Francine 50, 121 Kruis, Donna 44, 54, 62, 121 Kuhlman, Kathy 17, 61, 121, 143 Kunsemuller, Caryl 55, 79, 109 Kuykendall, Sue 74, 130 L Lack, Jim 94, 121 LaFon, Margaret 54, 74, 79, 130 LaMar, Ted 47, 121 Landers, Billie Ruth 130 Lane, Carol 109 Langley, Margaret 62, 68, 121 Langston, Ellen 79, 130 LaRue, Dorothy 24, 81, 109 Lavine, Tom 130 Layman, Lanny 56, 109 Leaumont, Ricky 122 Leaverton, Cindy 130 LeBlanc, Carol 61, 122 LeBlanc, Jeff 69, 76 LeBlanc, Pam 55, 109 Lee, Danny 74 Leonard, Mary 54 Lester, Anita 64 Lester, Duane 109 Lewis, Donna 130 Lindsay, Billy 68, Lindsey, Jimmie 109 Linn, Kenneth 33, 109 Little Creek, Linda 122 Livezey, Rindy 44, 109 Livingston, Brent 57, 130 Lockett, Bill 56, 69, 86, 87, 101, 109 Logan, Joe 93, 130 Long, Bill 130 Lovelace, Hardin 130 Loveless, Vicki 50, 55, 62, 122 Lovorn, Anne 66, 122 Lower, Steve 109 Lowsley, John 69, 122 Luccock, Phil 30, 33, 73, 74, 110 Luther, Jimmy 130 Lutker, Linda 66, 130 69, 80, 109 Mc McCarley, Marilyn 62, 68, 122 McCarty, Lynn 111 McCaslin, Jim 68, 69 McConnell, Irma Dee 122 McConnell, Karen 50, 66 McConnell, Sherre 48, 49, 111 McCoy, Bruce 111 McCracken, Charlene 81, 111 McCrady, Kerry 79, 130 McCray, Kathy 29, 52, 70, 130 McDade, Carol 19, 33, 50, 52, 61, 122 Bud 57, 65, 87, 94, 122 McDaniel, McDaniel, Dianne 74, 130 McDonald, Hullon 122 McDonald, Judy 122 McDonald, Mary 66 McElhaney, Bennie 81 McElhaney, David 111 McElhaney, Lynda 122 McElrath, Jim 30, 33, 87, 122 McFarland, Bruce Alan 130 McGee, Nancy 111 McGee, Sandy 90, 91 McGovern, Janice 50, 62, 66, 122 Mclnturft, Kenneth 111 McLean, Rick 46 McNabb, David 131 McNabb, Gary 69, 122 McNeeley, Vicki 20, 53, 66, 111 McPherson, Carolyn 30, 32, 54, 68, McPherson, Pat 33, 54, 111 McWilliams, Richard 94, 122 Nl Mabe, Hugh 33, 110 Mabe, Margaret 131 MacKillican, Linda 67, llU Madden, James 122 Maddox, Johnny 33, 53, 74, 122 Maddox, Kenny 32, 33, 52, 56, 95, 1 66, 111 10 Madole, Wiley 46 Maggard, Ray 93 Maher, Rita 70, 131 Malloy, Connie 33, 48, 49, 61, 68, 78 122, 147 Maloy, Dennis 74, 131 Maloy, Mesha 131 Manning, Donna 75, 131 Marek, Margaret 110 Marler, Cheryl 131 Marrs, Bill 131 Marsee, Bobby Joe 69, 87, 110 Marsh, Jacquetta 122 Marshall, Patty 66, 131 Marti, Betty 110 Marti, Jimmie Lou 131 Martin, Johnny 69, 94, 122 Martin, Judy 67, 131 Martin, Marilyn 52, 75, 131 Martin, Robert 68, 69, 122 Martin, Tim 94, 131 Marty, Mary Sue 75, 79, 122 Massey, Dave 81, 110 Mathers, Carolyn 48, 110 Matthews, Gan 94, 124 Mayfield, Nick 18, 23, 44, 69, 75, Mead, Diane 50, 52, 61, 122 Medcalt, Jacky 33, 122 Medford, Jerry 122 111 Meiser, Barbara 66, 131 Meiser, Carolyn 62, 66, 122 Meiser, David 46, 122 Meiser, Jerry 122 Meissner, Jo Ann 131 Merrell, Josette 75, 131 Meyer, David 43, 48, 76, 147 Meyer, Jane 53, 64, 78, 131 Meyer, Lynn 46 Milam, Butch 16, 131 Milburn, Bobby 111 Milburn, Carol Sue 55, 131 Miles, Mary Martha 131 Miller, Bonnie 111 Miller, Glenn 87, 89, 131 Miller, Judy 43, 50, 52, 61, 122, 124 144 Miller, Mark 48 Miller, Rosalee 66 Miller, Vic 131 Mills, Judy 66, 131 Minadeo, Gary 111 Minnix, Ron 2, 42, 43, 48, 111, 143 Mitchell, Dorothy Ann 111 Monical, Billy 81 Moomau, Robert 48, 68, 69, 111 Moore, Glenda 122 Moore, James 122 Moore, Joe 47, 112 Moore, Kathie 13, 131 Moore, Lynn 131 Morehead, James 119, 122 Morgan, Barbara 17, 131 Morgan, Helen 122 Morgan, Helen 112 Morris, Janet 61, 122 Morris, Ronnie 57, 87 5 112 Moscoe, N. D. 28, 33, 44, 75, 10 , Moss, Linda 76, B0, 131 Munn, Sherrill 122 Murrell, Kent 112 Murrell, Max 56, 69, 87, 112 Music, Barbara 55, 68, 112 Myers, Jackie 55, 61, 68, 122 N Nash, Jimmy 122 Neal, Janice 131 Neal, Joyce 131 Neal, Sharon 61, 80, 122 Nebergall, Madelon 78, 122 Neel, Rusty 87, 112 Nelson, Carol 131 Nelson, Marty 18, 29, 32, 44, 51, 65 112, 135 Nelson, Steve 131 Nevals, Jerry 47 1 Newman, Carolyn 64, 131 Noggle, Patty 62, 122 Nolan, Patti 131 North, Richard 131 Nuttall, Faye 122 Q Odom, Larry 43, 131 Oliphant, Bobby 131 Oliphant, Joe 131 Oliphant, Lena 50, 61, 68, 122 Oliver, Linda 70 Olney, Frank 28, 30, 32, 33, 45, 52, 56, 112 ' Olney, Rick 45, 52, 80, 131 Olson Ronnie 112 O'Neill, Mike 69, 112 O'Neal, Nancy 30, 33, 61, 68, 122 Orr, Mary Lou 61, 76, 122 Osborn, Seth 80, 112 Overstreet, David 16, Oviatt, Pam 54, 131 94, 131 Wells, Jim 23, 30, 33, 52, 57, 97, 125 Swanson, Owens, Jack 112 Owens, Pam 64, 131 P Ridgeway, Billy 123 Ridgeway, Jerry 113 Ridenour, Gloria 132 Rinehart, Danny 94, 132 Riley, Megan 62, 79, 123 Risner, Nicky 132 Ritz, Bob 21, 34, 52, 56, 86, 87, 113 Robbins, Yvonne 132 Roberts, Mike 113 Robertson, Jane Ann 68, Robinson, David 30, 32, 69, 84, 87, 114, 135 Robinson, Thomas 123 Robison Linda 54, 114 Rockett, Chad 78, 123 Rodgers, Beverly 55 Rogers, Billie 132 Roley, Earl 46, 132 Roske, Linda 75 57, 69, 84, 85, 114 33, 53, 56, 65, Pace, Janice 30, 33, 45, 54, 112 Pace, Susan 62, 122 Padgett, Ina 131 Pannell, Linda 50, 67, 122 Parker, Jeraldine 81, 112 Parman, Keith 68, 69 Parnell, Angela 122 Parsons, Carol 75, 131 Patrick, Norman 68, 69, 122 Patterson, Lynn 20, 21, 23, 62, 59, 62, 111 Paul, Patricia 66, 78, 131 Payne, Timothy 16, 131 Ross, Dorothy 62 Ross, Terry 132 Ross, Toni 62, 123 Rucker, Stewart 123 Rudkin, Rita 61, 66, 123 Rumans, Earl 75, 114 Pearson, Joan 131 Pence, Phil 47 Pence, Vicki 50, 52, 60, 61, 122 Perry, Al 112 Perry, Eddie 131 Peters, Bob 47 Peters, Dianna 131 Pettit, Sharon 54, 66, 67, 131 Phelps, Paul E, 75, 113 Phillips, Brenda 131 Phillips, Vera Beth 61, 67, 78, 123 Pickel, Elaine 131 Pierce, Curtis 132 Pierce, Peggy 132 Pierce, Phil 119, 123 Pierson, Lorrie 132 Pilling, Anne 48, 54, 61, 122 Pinkerton, Donna 132 Pirtle, Margaret 75, 132 Plosila, Paula 113 Polk, Sandra 61, 123 Pool, Glenna 132 Potts, John 47, 123 Powell, Clarence 94 Powell, Valli 80, 100, 113 Powers, Paula 30, 33, 50, 61, 68, 123 Pratt, Linda 43, 52, 61, 63, 68, 123, 143 Price, Jo Nell 62, 123 Price, Mary Kathryn 54, 68, 70, 113 Price, R. L. 47, 123 Prickett, Bob 87, 94, 132 Pruett, Jerry 94, 123 Pruett, Sharon 55, 67, 113 Putman, Sam 113 R Ragan, Patty 20, 30, 33, 80, 113 Ragsdale, Jennifer 54, 76, 80, 132 Ralls, Rena 132 Rankin, Kathy 79, 132 Ray, Eugene 75, 123 Ray, Sandy 64, 132 Raymond, Steve 30, 32, 33, 105, 113 Raymond, Vicki Sue 132 Rummage, Jim 75, 123 Russell, Dale 47 Russell, Eddie 132 Russell, Jerry 46, 114 Russell, Rheba 53, 132 Russell, Wanda 132 Rutledge Paula 66, 132 Ryan, Bill 114 Ryan, Judy 114 Ryan, Marilyn 131 S Salyer, Janie 114 Sanders, Calvin 47, 132 Sanders, Linda 132 Saucier, Suzanne 132 Schader, Paula 66, 132 Schader, Sandra 75, 132 Schanz, Delores Kay 123 Stephenson, Larry 132 Stewart, Bill 21, 30, 33, 73, 75, 124 Stewart, Martha Jane 61, 124 Stewart, Jimmy 16, 132 Stinson, Ann 79, 124 Stokes, Ronnie 115 Stolhand, Larry 115 Stone, Clif 124 Stone, Cordelina 62, Stookey, Charles 75, 132 Stout, Evelyn 124 Strategier, Susie 62, 124 Strain, Milton 124 Straw, Kathi 25, 50, Strickland, James 77, 125, 143 Stringer, Janann 66, 67, 132 Sullivan, Don 46, 125 Swain, Torn 75, 125 Swank, Mickey 53, 54, 75, 80, 132 Hilding 132 66, 124 52, 60, 61, 66, 125 Waller, Sherry 125 Wampler, Sally 64, 133 Ward, Bart 30, 33, 75, 117 Ward, Jay 93, 119, 125 Ward, Kay 67, 68, 133 Ward, Nancy 30, 33, 75, 117 Warmack, Candice 64, 133 Warren, John 133 Warren, Margaret 133 Warren, Stephanie 50, 64, 67, 133 Washburn, Mike 56, 69, 84, 87, 88, 97, 117 Watson, Jane 67, 117 Sween SY, Sweeney, Elizabeth 132 Shirley Ann 125 Swimley, Gary 45, 115 Watson, Jeff 56, 117 Watt, Mike 117 Weaver, Earline 64, 66, 67, 133 Webster, Ellen 62, 81, 125 Webster, Jackie 79, 133 Weimar, Bill 133 Wells Jorga Ann 67, 133 Welty, Steve 125 West, Wanda 62, 125 Wharton, Jonita 62, 125 Wheeler, Betty 67, 125 Wheeler, Bill 68, 69, 133 Whinery, Leo, Jr. 133 T Tadlock, Janice 62, 125 Talley, Dick 133 Tankersley, Bill 29, 52, 133 Taylor, Carol 55, 62, 125 Taylor, Mike 76, 115 Taylor, Steve 56, 69, 91, 93, 100, 114, 115 Taylor, Thad Thomas 116 Terhune, Sandy 61, 125 Thayer, Helen 54, 75, 80, 133 Thayer, Jonathan 30, 33, 75, 78, 79, 125 Tl-on-las, Karen 62, 66, 125 White, Alton 47 White, Raymond 47 Thompson, Gus 25, 46, 47, 116 Thompson, Johnny 119, 125 Thompson, Karen 12, 54, 73, 75, Thompson, Melvin 133 Thompson, Tommy 56, 69, 116 Tiller, Judy 33, 62, 68, 119, 125 Schimelphening, Virginia 75, 132 Schlosser, Carolyn 30, 33, 43, 114, 148, 151 Scroggins, Melody Joyce 67, 115 SCUdClEl', Mike 123 Seals, Sandy 18, 44, 48. 49, 69, 1 Sellers, Barbara 61, 123 Sellers Jill 30, 33, 80, 123 Shadid Carol 115 Shank,' Shar Pruda 79, 132 Mike 124 P, Shaw, B. K. 44 Shaw, Walter 48, 132 Shefler, Carolyn 62, 124 Shepherd, Twanna 132 Sherif, Sue 79, 132 Shissler, Everett 124 Shockley, Gary 124 Sie el Bets 54 77, 80 9 , Y , Sims, Mike 115 Smith, Annette 13, 55, 78, 132 Smith, Carl 132 Smith, Christine 44, 75, 115 Reed, Alvin 56, 69, 94, 113 Reed, Carolyn 123 Reed, Lynn 52, 75, 132 Reed, Mary Ann 28, 52, 54, 55, 78, 79 132 Reed, Robert 18, 44, 45, 113 Reed, Rusty 56, 113, 144 Reese, Ronnie 69, 113 Reese, Bill 57, 97, 123 Reeves, Jane 62, 79, 80, 123 Reid, Judy 113 Reikowsky, John 132 Reisinger, Robert 123 Remy, Quentin 16, 28, 52, 57, 88, 97, 123 Rennie, David 123 Reynolds, Camilea 132 Reynolds, Jennifer 65, 79, Reynolds, Marilyn 79, 132 Rice, Shannon 132 Richardson, Linda 66, 132 Richey, Linda 67, 132 Richey, Nancy 65, 68, 113 Riddle, Liz, 20, 21, 23, 30, 132 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 44, 48, 49, 58, 62, 68, 110, 113 86, 87, Smith, Cynthia 21, 23, 59, 64, 77, Smith, Harold 89 Smith, Johnnie 66, 70, 115 Smith, Kaye 115 Smith, Linda 115 Smith, Mike 124 Smith, Paul 94, 132 Smith, Sue 81 Smith, William 115 Smithers, Ronnie 75, 124 Smothermon, Joy 132 Sneed, Bob 124 Snider, Larry 73, 75, 124 Southard, Charlene 132 Southerland, Charlotte 30, 33, 4 61, 75, 80, 124 Southerland, Linda 137 Spake, Harold 132 Spears, Kathy 115 Spiceland, Royce 75, 124 Spires, Vicki 132 Spor, Margie 124 Springs, Danny 46, 124 Stafford, Linda 75, 126, 132 Stallings, Jim 45 Stangle, Lynda 17, 55, 124 Stapp, Mike 115 Stapp, Pat 75, 124 Stark, Elveta 66, 70 Steely, Floyd 124 Steinmeyer, Gail 64, 132 Steinmeyer, Laurie 62, 78, 124 S1ePl"ler1S, JOl'ln 75 05,115 115 , 5, 54, Timmons, Alesha 70, 133 Toberman, Linda 32, 54, 55, 116 Todd, Lynda 18, 30, 33, 63, 116 Todd, Cheryl 19, 21, 33, 35, 37, 57, 58, 116 Toler, Donann 62, 66, 125 Tolson, Jerry 133 Tonkin, Tom 125 Tnnlfer, Tnnnmv 133 Tracy, Susan 116 Traeder, Brenda 61, 76, 125 Tucker, Billy 47, 125 Tucker, Charles 75, 116 Tucker, Jerry 47, 133 Tullius, Jeannie 70, 71, 133 TulliuS, Mary 66 Tuma, Turner Turner Shirley 76, 133 , Alvin 44, 48, 49, 116 , Diane 64, 80, 133 U Upchurch, Stanley 54, 75 V Valouch, Nancy 75, 79, 80, 125 VanSchyver, Jim 47 Varner, Larry 30, 33, 125 Vaughan, Patsy 68, 116 Vaughn, David 47 Vaught, Donna 67, 133 Veal, Karol 18, 59, 63, 64, 116 Vlach, Michaela 67, 116 Vowell, Jo 116 W Wacker, Ann 71, 125 Wade, Jill 67, 116 Waggoner, Millie 70, 116 Waldroop, Pat 125 Walker, James 116 Walko, Jo Ann 70, 80, 133 Wallace, Jacque 17, 68, 11r, Waller, Mike 48 White, Rosemary 55, 67, 133 White, Tom 94, 95, 133 Whitney, Mary Ann 70, 71, 79, 133 Whitsitt, Dick 133 Whitten, Pam 30, 33, 43, 54, 61, 73, 75, 125, 140 Wilburn, Dick 84, 85, 87 Wilcox, Don 93, 133 Wilcox, Janice 125 Wilcox, Joan 30, 33, 76, 79, 80, 125 Wiley, John 75, 133 Will, Gordon 87, 88, 125 Williams, David 54 Williams, Donna 133 Williams, Doug B9 Williams, Gary 57, 87, 123, 125 Williams, Jean 117 Williams, Laura 61, 67, 68, 125 Williams, Linda 30, 33, 68, 125 Williams, Linda Carole 30, 33, 50, 62, 75, 125 Williams, Lynne 67, 125 Williams, Robert 125 Williamson, Barry 117 Wilson, Bill 73, 75, 125 Wilson, Jerry 84, 87 Wilson, Judy 81, 117 Wilson, Kellv 56, 87, 88, 117 Wilson, Linda 66 Wilson, Mary 52, 64, 78, 133 Wilson, Ralph 75, 133 Wilson, Ramona 55, 117 Wilson, Sandy 66, 67, 133 Wilson, Suzie 62, 125 Wilson, Terry 76, 125 Winkler, Katy 64, 76, 133 Winn, Tommy 47, 75 Winters, Gary 125 Winters, Pam 30, 33, 43, 62, 80, 125 Wise, Charlene 117 Wise, Darlene 68, 117 Wise, Marcella 50, 66, 125 Womack, Jerry 125 Womack, Shirley 62, 80, 125 Woodrow, Willa 117 Woodson, Bill 117 Woolery, Karla 133 Worrell, Sara 67, 133 Wright, Jan 117 Wright, Kathy 133 Wright, Ken 94, 125 Wright, Martha 117 Wright, Susan 30, 33, 48, 49, 79, 117 Wright, Tom 76, 87, 123 Wyatt, Brenda 75, 133 Wyatt, Richard 125 Wynn, Karen 23, 30, 32, 33, 43, 45, 48 76, 79, 117, 142 Y Yohn, Brett 133 York, Sherry 64, 70, 79, 133 Young, Billy 46 Young, Farrie 43, 61, 68, 124, 125, 138 Z Lule, Tony 69, 125 H1551 ADVERTI ERS 7X Adams, H.D. 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