Northwestern Oklahoma State University - Ranger Yearbook (Alva, OK)

 - Class of 1949

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Besides making the "Run" into Oklahoma in 1893, he was identified with the beginning and pioneering of almost every successful civic development in Northwestern Oklahoma. xx ' H ASA ' "" The most courageous undertaking of these early pioneers was the steadfast determination to make Alva an educational center. In the spring of 1897, the legislature located the second State Normal School of Oklahoma in Alva, but they failed to make an appropriation for any kind of building. Immediately the pioneer business people of Alva held rous- ing town meetings, determined to erect a suitable building them- selves while the opportunity was in their grasp. Approximately sixty men were organized to subscribe to a building fund of S110,000 to guarantee the contractors in case the legislature later refused. john W. Monfort was the last of these original resourceful pioneers who made it possible for the "Old Castle on the Hill" of Northwestern College fame, to begin-to grow, and to develop. Throughout his fifty-four years in Alva he was constantly a staunch supporter of everything that Northwestern has attained. It is fitting to say that J. W. 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Dr. Carter, who began his position back in 1908, is partic- ularly known for his bits of class humor and his ever-ready smile. As Dean of Administra- tion, he is confronted with many problems which he capably takes care of. Dr. Carter is a graduate of Northwestern State College and received his M.A. degree from Colorado State Teachers College and his Ph.D. degree from the University of Wisconsin. Mi' l 2' Ve, DR. MYRNA BOYCE, Dean of Women, is also Professor of Government. Dr. Boyce is eminently qualified for her role as dean and professor. I-Ier interests are many and variedg furthermore she always has time to listen to students' problems and act as an excellent counsellor and guide. She received her A.B., A.M. and Ph.D. degrees from the University of Iowa and has held her present position since 1946. CHARLES E. CAMPBELL holds the posi- tion of Dean of Men and Associate Professor of Education. Dean Campbell has been active in many fields of service since beginning this position in 1933. He received his A.B. degree from Phillips Universityg was a student at the University of Toulouse, Franceg and received hi? M.A. degree from the University of Colo- ra o. 3, DR. ANNA B. FISHER has held the position of Professor of Biology since 1927. Cheerful and energetic, Dr. Fisher is always interested in a new or rare bug or anything concerned with biology. She received her A.B. degree from the University of California, Berkeleyg her M.S. from the University of Chicago and her Ph.D. from the University of Oklahoma. MISS BESS M. CHAPPELL, Professor of Art, has been a faculty member since 1945. Judging from the books and papers on her desk, one might presume that Miss Chappell has just completed preparation for a lecture class. Miss Chappell has a B.S. degree from N.E. Missouri State Teachers College and an M.A. from Columbia University. l'-, 'Pa v in "wi, . H -1 "vis, wa' S.. ,, in is ..,K. ' tavgizffe , ,iw nt: :nag Mau . fi- ikxx NOB ANSON, Instructor in Business Admin- istration, holds a B.S. degree from North Michigan College of Education and an M.A. from the Uni- versity of Michigan. MISS WILMA A. ERNST, Associate Professor of Commerce, with pen in hand, looks as if she is about to start grading an accounting paper. Be- sides trying to make heads or tails of some of the sheets of Figures she grades and teaching her other classes, Miss Ernst sponsors Delta Sigma and Theta Phi Beta. She has a B.S. degree from Okla- homa College for Women and a Masters in Com- mercial Education from the University of Okla- homa. She has been a faculty member since 1940. MISS FLORENCE LEDFORD is serving her sec- ond year at N,S.C. as an Instructor in Commerce. Her schedule includes typing and shorthand. LEWIS, holding A.B. M.S. degrees from the Univer- of Wichita, Kansas, has been a member since 194 7. Mr. ewis is Assistant Professor of the hemistry Department. JOHN V. L. MORRIS, Pro- of Education, has been a of the Northwestern fac- since 1923. He has an A.B. from Harvard Universityg A.M. and Ph.D. degrees from University. Dr. Morris been a previous Ranger An- sponsc' and now is a sponsor Future Teachers of America. xg. DR. JOE W. MELTON, Professor of Chemistry, has a B.S. degree from Stephen F. Austin State Col- lege, an M.A. and a Ph.D. from the University of Texas. Dr. Melton, who has been here since 1946, is "almost" known for his "Playwrit- ing" ability!--Particularly of what goes on in the chemistry world! JOHN B. STOUT has held the po- sition of Professor of Education and Director of Training School since 1937. His degrees of study include an A.B. from Southwestern State Collegeg a B.S. from Univer- sity of Oklahomag and an M.A. from the University of Chicago. fb , . far . V ,.-- W. S. VANCE, Professor of Eng- lish is relatively new at Northwest- ern. Coming in 1946, Mr. Vance has since taught a full schedule of English courses as well as being a sponsor of the Ranger Annual the last two years. He has an A.B. de- gree from Baylor Universityg an A.M. from Harvard University and a Ph.D. from the University of Chicago. MISS GLADYS JULIAN, Assist- ant Professor of English, came to Northwestern in 1945. Miss Julian has an A.B. degree from North- western State College and an M.A. from George Peabody College. MISS BENNIE HENRY has been Assistant Professor of English since 1938. Her degrees of study in- clude an A.B. from the University of Oklahoma and an M.A. from Columbia University. Miss Henry is also a sponsor of the Ranger Annual. DAVID E. MACKIE is serving his second year on the faculty as an instructor in English and Journal- ism. He holds B.A., BJ. and M.E. degrees, sponsors and helps the students publish the Northwestern News and helps to sponsor the Ranger Annual. w will . .,.. E" C 'Wg -5" -- , , if 1' 5" 4,-i ,ri MRS. OPI-IELIA BEARD, Head of the Home Economics Depart- ment and Clothing and Related Arts Instructor, has the same out- standing personality that her pic- ture portrays. Her degrees of study include a B.S. from East Central State College, Adag an M.S. from North Texas State College, Den- ton, and an S.S. from Oklahoma A. Ba M. RALPH F. STRETE, Professor of Geology, has been a member of the Northwestern State College faculty since 1946. Prof. Strete re- ceived both his A.B. and M.A. degrees from Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, and has done additional graduate work at the University of Chicago. MISS RHODA AUSTIN, Assist- ant Professor of Home Economics, has charge of the food and meal preparation classes. She has a B.S. degree from Kansas State Teach- ers College, Emporiag and an M.S. degree from Kansas State College, Manhattan. She has also done graduate work at Iowa State Col- lege, Ames, and Colorado A. Ba M. College, Fort Collins, Colorado. WMF Mit MISS JEAN M. HOLLAND, Professor of Foreign Lang- uage, has been a faculty member since 1928. Miss Holland teaches Spanish and French. Both her A.B. and M.A. de- grees are from the University of Oklahoma. In addition, she has done graduate study at Middlesbury College, National University of Mexico and at the University of Texas. MISS FRANCES DU VALL MISS EDITH GORMAN, Libra- standing behind the library desk, rian, is about to check some books is a typical scene. Miss DuVall is with the catalog. Her friendly Reference Librarian and is always smile portrays an added "you're ready to help anyone search for welcome" for any service or aid the "particular book". She has a that she might give. Miss Gorman B.S. degree from Central State has a B.S. degree in Education and College, Edmond, and an M.A. de- in Public School Music - both gree from George Peabody College. from Kansas State Teachers Col- This is her second year at North- lege, Pittsburg, and an M.A. from western. Library School, George Peabody College, Nashville. Having a par- ticular interest in music, she also sponsors Theta Phi Beta. is as I s I rs SEQ 1 TZ Qx W f S i . w HAROLD HUNEKE, Professor of Mathe- matics, has been on leave of absence this year. THERINE C. MIRES, Assistant-Profes- KRISTINE BROWN is serving her second of Mathematics, received both -her B.A. year as an Instructor in Mathematics. She M.A. degrees from the University of Ark- has an A.B. degree from Colorado State Col- she has held her present position since lege of Education and her M.A. from Colum- bia University. ?X,7'7 ,Q Wy' WILLIAM F. DEUSINGER, Associate Professor of Music, is known to many as an outstanding school band director as well as for his individual musical abilities-especially with the violin. Mr. Deusinger's preparation includes study at the New England Conserva- tory of Music, Bostong and advanced violin study with Eugene Gruenberg and Felix Winternitz. He was also an artist student of Andre Morin, Paris, France, and Franz Kneisel, New York City. He has held the present position since 1936. J MISS RUTH MARIE GENUIT, seat- ed at her desk, presents a typical pic- ture of the greeting you would receive should you drop in her room-that is, when she isn't at the piano giving a vocal lesson or on the stage with the choir. Miss Genuit has worked with and produced many popular school quartets, trios and sextets since coming to N.S.C. in 1942. She also directs the choir and twice a year tours the various high schools in western Oklahoma, pre- senting outstanding choir selections. She is Assistant Professor of Music and holds a B.M. degree from Kansas City Conservatory of Musicg an A.B. from Kansas City Universityg and an M.M. from Northwestern Universityg and has studied at the University of Southern California and Columbia University. MR. LARRY LAMBE, Instructor in Piano, also teaches organ. Besides instructing, he often presents an organ recital for various organizations Or assists in school activity programs. Mr. Lambe, at N,S,C, Since 1946, has a B.M. degree from the University of Oklahoma and has attended the University of Southern California. ,diff N CAMERON, Professor of is another Northwestern State graduate and he has been. ember of the faculty of since 1926. Professor Cameron holds an A.B. and an degree t University? C?qLilfoma. 4 55 ,Lf l,f5r54,,i1,-144111,-1Lf',f-wp-.w, S51 at ' -as X" 3"l!., ix K ie' J DAVID W. PIERCE, Professor of History, began his career of history teaching the same year that Mr. Cameron came to N.S.C.- 1926. "Prof." Pierce, known for his added philosophy in history class, takes a particular interest in each of his students. He has an A.B. degree from Hendrix College and an M.A. from the University of Oklahoma. ll Y: B in, ' , .I FRANK K. WADLEY, Professor of History and holds A.B. and B.B.A. degrees from the of Texasg an MA. from Columbia Univer- and a Ph.D. from Northwestern University. Wadley has been here since 1935. He is one f the sponsors of the Student C0 '-" X 0?fVW!76 My iii' if CHARLES A. PARKER began his po- sition as Associate Professor of History in 1939. His degrees of study include an A.B. degree from Hendrix College, an M.S. from the University of Okla- homag he has also done additional grad- uate work at Columbia University. WISTAR D. NEWBY, Assistant Professor of Health Education, has an A.B. degree from Friends University and an A.M. degree from the University of Michigan. Mr. Newby has been here at N.S.C. since 1943. MISS INEZ PATTERSON, In- structor in Health Education for Women, has both aB.S. andaM.S. degree from Oklahoma A8nM Col- lege and graduate work at the Uni- versity of Wisconsin and National Recreation school. This is her sec- ond year at Northwestern. PERSONNEL in the office of the Registrar and Financial Secre- tary, who help Mr. Jackson perform all the duties include, Mrs. Betty Beasley, Mrs. Elsie Tate, Miss Aurice Huguley and Mrs. Phyllis Brunsteter. CLEAL CDickJ HIGHFILL re- ceived his A.B. degree from North- western State College, and has been a member of the faculty since 1946. Coach "Dick" Highfill coaches Intercollegiate Sports and this year has an outstanding bas- ketball team. MR. G. C. JACKSON, Registrar and nancial Secretary. - CAROL PRENTICE, Sec- retary to President Per- cefull. l . Ab, . xy .- M I e ' JONES B. GRAVES, instructor of Audio-Visual Education, received his A.B. degree from Phillips University and his M.A. degree from the Univer- sity of Oklahoma. Mr. Graves is always ready to show any of his movies either for classes or for en- tertainment. He has held this position since 1947. STANLEY W. MAY, Professor of In- dustrial Arts, was graduated from the School of Industrial Arts, Oshkosh, Wisconsin, and has his A.B. degree from Northwestern State College and his M.A. degree from Colorado State College of Education, Greeley, Colo- rado. Mr. May has been affiliated with Northwestern State College since 192 1. MAUDE A. DRAKE BINGHAM, Associate Pro- fessor of Dramatics, is a graduate of Northwestern State College and Columbia College of Expression, Chicago. She has her O.B. from Lyceum Arts Con- servatory, Chicago, and her M.A. from the Univer- sity of Oklahoma. Mrs. Bingham has held her present position from 191 1 to 1916 and since 1938. She is well known for her outstanding pro- ductions which included "The Hasty Heart" and "Hellzapoppin" this year. MR. G. WALTERS is Associate Pro fessor of the Industrial Arts Depart ment. .-1' ' ,s ,rms A, . 5 Q. " it-'RFU MRS. W. L. CALHOON Housemother of Vinson Hall ' -7 ,-, f'6'3' gi + MRS. CORA N. YOUNG, R.N., was frequently visited by N.S.C. students. She doctored our ills, swabbed throats and dished out pink pills to chew on until her recent resignation. MRS. L. F. ROCQUE Housemother of Shockley Hal! 1 a 5 . I l X. -, ,V ff pi . - F ' 1 Ewgr i H . . 1 MRS. VERA BRADBURY, R.N., has recently assumed the duties of Mrs. Young. Now she does the prescribing. MISS AFTON BILBY, Assistant Professor of Edu- cation, has an A.B. degree from Northwestern State College and an M.A. from Columbia University. Her present position dates back to 1929 for its beginning. Miss Bilby is also a sponsor of Pi Kappa Sigma fBeta Sororityj. MRS. EDITH W. HIGGINBOTHAM, Assistant Pro- fessor of Education, is one of the older faculty mem- bers, having began her position in 1927. Mrs. Hig- ginbotham has an A.B. degree from Phillips University and an M.A. .from Colorado State College of Educa- tion. She sponsors Sigma Sigma Sigma QXij. i.,: 4 MISS MATTIE LYDAY, Assistant Professor of Edu- cation, teaches the little folks over at Horace Mann. Besides teaching the ABC's and readin', writin' and 'rithmetic, she exercises a personal interest in each individual student. Miss Lyday, who began her posi- tion in 1931, has a B.S. degree from George' Peabody College and an M.A. from Columbia University. 164 A -1 THE AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF UNIVERSITY PROFESSORS HE NORTHWESTERN CHAPTER of American Association of University Professors be- came active again last year For the profession of college and university teaching and re- search, the position and functions of the Association of University Professors is analogous to the American Bar Association for the legal profession and American Medical Association for the profession of medicine. . . . . . d d Th onthl meetings are being devoted to studies concerning academic free om, an e m y the reports of President Truman's committee on problems of Higher Education. Under the lead- k ership of john N. Cameron, the chapter has also made a study of the changes necessary to ma e possible sabbatical leaves for study and how to improve the local chapter. OFFICERS .JOHN N. CAMERON President ....... ............... Vice-President . .. . .,........ DR. T. C. CARTER Secretary .,... .... D R. ANNA B. FISHER Treasurer ...,........ .............., C . E. CAMPBELL FIRST ROW: Bingham, Carter, Campbell, Fisher, Cameron, May. SECOND ROW: Strete, Pierce, Mires, Chappell, Julian, Emst, Brown. THIRD ROW: Henry, Vance, Lewis, Mackie, Graves, Morris, Patterson. lx 'cr STUDENT COUNCIL HE STUDENT COUNCIL has done a marvelous job this year. They, in conjunction with the Administration, have worked out a body of rules and regulations that govern the stu- dent body. In addition to the legislative activities of this group it sponsors many dances and parties during the school year for the students. One of the most admirable and charitable activities sponsored by them this school year was the "Ugly Man" contest held to raise funds for the polio drive. Their greatest social function of the first semester was the Sadie Hawkins dance held in the Fine Arts Building on the campus at the close of Sadie Hawkins week. TOP ROW: Ronald Nelson, Virgil Simmering, Doyle Strong, Dick Shepherd. CENTER ROW: Doyle Pendergraft, Karl Reinke, June Fountain, Virginia Coles. BOTTOM ROW: Naomi McAlister, Mary Poulson, Norval Adams, Billy Ann Eller , Ruby Troutt. q-T, ef" .... CIISTODIANS THESE ARE THE MEN in whose care the building and grounds of the campus have been entrusted. -The work of these men has made it possible for our campus to be noted for its neat, attractive appearance. Although some of their work was unnoticed at the time, it was none the less appreciated by the students. BACK ROW: Harold Stites, W. A. Eckels, Charles Kellams, Bob Oringderff. SECOND ROW: Mr. Heavilin, Bill Bateman, Mr. Hiatt. FRONT ROW: Floyd Cline, Les Campbell, G. Bradley, J. T. Looney. N' ""' "W" N fi M :Wm f M J. M , Huw U , . HN W 1, M., , 2 N my H . 1 H Nj! L,j'vHln,LU,,!gm I 1' J, 5 .' I , 'um' 1f'u,,Qxgji',Qlfg515ee3f5v' 3" H M553 J fw- u-2.1. , , A: VW, , ' 'ff .i".'Z':Q'gQu n.""' V. -"1 . 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W .52 :uv ,Q Hi ins Tex Secretarial Sc.,' SHIRLEY BRALY, ' Mud' 5' Ir 'Y 55 .9 6 Wx .. I 1 I ,. ff 5 I -AM .. BARBARA BREFORD, Alva, Okla., Art and English, MILTON BROOKS, Blackshear, Ga., Physical Ed., II PHYLLIS BRUNSTETER, Alva, Ok1a.g Sociology. i ff- mi I V1 A "" , WILLIAM BRUNSTETER, Alva okxa., Physics and '12, I Math., KATHERINE BUCKLEY, Alva, Okla., , "' 3 Math., OWEN BURRILL, Alva, Okla., Bus. Adm. H551 .I Zi' I E 1 A' ' if . 5' Q' . 1 ng 'S' Nags? KX x.gYl"'i ELEANOR CABLE, Freedom, Okla., History,- CLYDE CASE, Byron, Okla., Mathq ALVIN CO- VALT, Woodward, Okla., Phys. Ed. ,, V95 '35 'W .0 -- iw? DONALD DANIELS, Alva, Okla., E ngineeringg OCIE DARDEN, Enid, Okla., Hist.,' GLENN DOWNS, Alva, Okla., Biology and Chemistry. E H I., 4 'X I - ', ' " MT .RHLQT X " -:-si ---'v i' ml' .' . '- .i:e.,gI' 3 ' H AHZI' I lj -I x ,. I 7 . ff' Eff iii? ' JS-5 .wygi 7 R fav in-' .ggi "mv if nz AX 2- ?' ,, ... 'S-5 l 1? Q x " 13? A s 4 X 5 , i 33' wa s t X 4 K x, 5-si,1-.L-4, . -'15 .14 t H ,WM , X Pgfliiz ,L sa Q' , fm, It Ihigjl. jhcwvx W V' Q l 5,5'3fAx'fg ', F, 13- K - H 1' - -11 "A ,fit 'E .4- wk . f - ,Ki N ',5. J: f.iA HQ.. -5 - 2345. , ,5- 'C-:. J . mx BILLY ANN ELLER Alva Okla Bus Adm Ga Sec Sczence TOM ELLIOTT Dacoma Okla Soczology LOUISE ELWELL Alva Okla. Elementary Ed. 52-x ' ' -:?.. 'I L if I: 3 7-- ,fx 5141- f l. W F' f-.f f l 'Nj am W WILLIAM FORD, Cherokee, Okla., Math, and Phy- sics, FRED FOSTER, Protection, Kans., Pre-dental, HELEN FROMME, Alva, Okla., English. 'PQ iib N , ,M . " "Si MARJORIE GEIST, Aline, Okla,, Musicg PEARL HANSON, Alva, Okla., Sociologyg VICTOR HEAS- Q, LEY, Alva, Okla., Math. and Physics. I CLETE HENKE, Alva, Okla., History: ORPHA Eg.. ' A HERRICK, Alva, Okla., Home Ec.,- VERNON HULL, 2 Hardtner, Kans., History. I 2 V 'nr 8, ,NX Q X3 . . 9 A X B , gyg,,.... JOHN HURSH, Alva, Okla., Math., KENNETH KAMM, El Reno, Okla., Phys. Ed.,' WESLEY KEEN- EY, Boynton, Okla., Phys. Ed. Y--150' ,V ' w 'lv V. in I Alva, Okla., History. I VINCENT LAUDICK, Sharon, Kans., Music, WAL- TER LEAGUE, Woodward, Okla., History, Math., ' English, MILTON LEI-IR, Alva, Okla., History. fi" - fi is . fy iii, Q5 . ffxg Q' :-1 : I ' ' r 1 ' h . .s B35 ., I . J' , A 'P OPAL MCCLUNG, Alva, Okla., History, VINCENT --qv' , i , - ,,McGUIRE, sharon, Kaus., Hist.,' OLETA MANSKE, 7 f ' Shaftuck,Ok1a., Commerce. wx 1' 'ff ' A K,-"' DIV' I ' y' ' ,ff f" - 1,7 .M M,,, , lj.. 71 I 1, fb-Zzis , fn ilpxkfj 6 ""fj"'-il J I r 'ff l ' l ll hx- -N I 'E , FRITTS MOSSHART, Alva, oxda., Business Adm,, ,V f EDNA MOCK MEYERS, Woodward, Okla., Ele- --diu' " mentary Ed., PAUL NIGHSWONGER, Alva, Okla. .97 Biology. I is '- S f' .K if ' I ENUM DELORES ORTON, Driftwood, Okla., Bus. Adm.,' MERLIN PARIS, Alva, Okla., Hist.,' HOWARD PARR, Lambert, Okla., History. s y 1 - Yr' . DONALD KENNY, Alva, Okla., Biology, CONRAD KNOX, Alva, Okla., Chemistryg IVAN LANSDOWN, 'WSE -.Q '.- T' IIMWM5 Ns. --E., ov NCD? , 1, . PM 3: I fiviilkwf 1... ,Lf VERNON PETERSON, Alva, Okla., Math., GEORGE PFLEIDER, Dacoma, Ok1a,, Ind. Arts, JOHN PILCH, Pickville, Pa., Chem. GRACE POTTER, Waynoka, Okla., Home Ec. SE MARY POULSON, Manchester, Okla., Biology,- BASTIAN RAMIREZ, Waynoka, Okla., Phys, Ed, LOREEN RANDALL, Alva, Okla., Bus, Ed.,' WIL- LIAM ROGER, Aspen, Colo., Bus. Adm., DELL RUSSELL, Follett, Tex., History. I K , DANIEL SHORTER Goltr Okla., Biology' VER , Y: , ' NON ST ARK, Anthony, Kans., Bus. Adm., MARVIN STITES, Alva, Okla., Speech. LLOYD STOUT, Cherokee, Okla., Phys. Ed., BOB SUMPTER, Laverne, Okla., Phys. Ed., THOMAS TAYLOR, Enid, Okla., Chemistry and Biology. JOHN TERRELL, Woodward, Okla., Bus. Adm.: 5 A PAUL TIDWELL, Burlington, Okla., Chemistry and H: Biology, JAMES TOWNSEND, JR., Alva, Okla., Bus. Adm. LRLIBY TROUTT, Follett, Tex., Home Ec.,' BAILEY '.""VQANZANT, Cherokee, Okla., Phys. Ed., STANLEY JNVARREN, Alva, Okla., Bus. Adm. ,jj v , I M 'A ,xv J 03- 4. MELVIN WHORLEY, Alva, Okla., Bus. Adm.g CE- LESTIA WILLIAMS, Alva, Okla., Math., KYLE W-ILLIAMS, Cherokee, Okla., Chemistry. 'fn IRENE WITHGOTT, Woodward, omg., Home EC.,- X 'A"' ELSIE WRIGHT, Watonga, Okla., Education and ",'2"' I, V' Industrial Arts,' HERBERT WRIGHT, Cherokee, N ' Okla., Speech. I ,I I , e 1 f. 3 SJ- im K n g Q , v4 ..... ' .V-ri 1252 5. "H I' , If I RJ. , gi, - 3' u. Liz". ' 4" A-' Qfifffr, if . Www- f-. .nge -'fm .,n ' -r:k?5'5-. .aa -5- l "'Lf9A"ai"'fvI?f "na A 1 1 'Flin 'ww H Sfiigiw .'1 .' . L lf. H rib A 2-:xg sf i X ,il P all ,- ff V W ssmzfg .1 .af Bu.-Q Tifmg-If-2 ' , ?f2,,',f5 , J 525:12 5,25-'W " H K ,A 1 ,.,.,V,, , -.n?'E5" "5 ' U -g.Ff-"'- 5 - M ,.ffm'-4 ..JfI-"7?,J15 " ,-4 -'ff' "--bi"V!',Z-lf,-1 'A -, fwfa-55? -fd ,,, f: ,f.-1 .51 ,141 ,-- Nfvlsafi- ' -"ff v" -fi, ,.u',,a'. .ff I 3 sl""fv-"f" ?' 1 A ,A-' 'rf s" A ,Sv nm fa? ,Xi " "v : KE ..-1. , Ihmmwx -f 11, sf Kiwi 1515? 4 A.. f 1 F ., H 1 ,wx w ,ss .mf -..-. -1-iif' 1,4 5 75 1. , -,,...3.. 'a?xQ""1,.Q skit. ,i fy- fssii. www-' . -4 u .bq.,,'l: ASH? 24 ':"'- - ,:. ' ","7f55'.E. '?'q3'f'Qsi?.a.6,5m, 1 on i , "fl 'irmv "Q ,J-' 1 A X ' f-r6:?55f31,4f-1'-T . Wai' N ' 1- -1,.,J:?pf,.'.., ...wx .gf V ,- . Q 'xi' ' i"f'.:','f 'fi,,gL". I: PWMQFQT ,y': .Yl 4' :Zia ,'. .. .- 0 ww, -1 . x is-his w Q 1 , . HORAEEE V . f 4,1 in --,gt . . - sg. ' ' 'fa'-, ll- 'I ' " if ,' ' 11 ff? img , V ' 1 ' - f ff' -JWP, . . N xv .N , ,' W. N, Nh -' -- ' 'H bf' fx 3 +,, M ' 1 ' :Q--' ' " fsiifs-' 1 w gg. mfxg: , . , fm N N, ,J A i 1 ..,,. if , R 357 H E w 55 GENE BUCHTER Protection, Kans. President M ath. and Che mistry ,.,.. 7,6 OFFICERS -xv: ' 1, -W l, AA .-.3 5 X, ' K, '1 QW 5 ' - 3 fl. ' ,N , X -Nj H if Q4 . 'P' , SA , 4 Y Nl-.ag ,Vi . g N H If , 55 ' Q, 3. . , 47f'7"' '11 , 1- . , ' 1 T, 1 -.Q f , ' '- . . ,is E T ' i , .1 1. ', '- . 'V' --Q, If Lrg- uf., ROSELLA HAWKEY Waynoka, Okla. T'qffZ'ff' ., .Ul'u.oC A-CL UQ ff L." ..-. GA., Rl K2 C. . k :- DOROTI-IEA PAIGE Nardin, Okla. Secretary English ROBERT ALLISON, Woodward, Okla., Pre-Med.g NEDRA ANDREE, Cherokee, Okla., M usicg HERBERT BAHM, Cherokee, Okla., Biology, MARVIN BARNUM, Belva, Ok1a.,'BioIogyg DAVID BEATLEY, Cherokee, Okla., Phys. Ed. and Chemistry. , 75? as nl 14 we in' J? g J 454 3, JE xi. KE!! , E' W HOWARD NIXON Freedom, Okla. Vice-President Biology fm , S Nm li 'R' Q I " 'wan . 1 ' 3" XX -T rf iv" -, 2-52 1 5-1rR"',1:x:g:'1ez. 55' will '14 1 " , ' ilu" rfb Q- 'Ll' Q I 5.1 -1v" f 451, Tun, A l Q Gu 1 Iii' 7-X Q i is W :TE an 2 . Q.. ,1 ,A1 I :q. , ,,..,,. 4 I1 ll 'fl 2 l " H . H ' DONALD BENEFIEL, Lambert, Okla., Chemistryg HERBERT BERRY, Mason City, Iowa, Architectural Engineering, THOMAS BIGGERSTAFF, Kiowa, Kans., Biologyp LOVA JO BROWN, Turpin, Okla., Secretarial Scienceg ZELMA BROWN, Aline, Okla., Elementary Education. DONALD BROWN Cherokee Okla Pre dental HAZEL BUCHTER Protection Kans. Englishg CLIFTON BURLING, Alva, Okla Drafting HADLEY CALLISON Alva Okla Economics CALVIN CHANDLER Alva, Okla.,Biology. N ALAN G CLARK Alva Okla Business Adm LEATON COFIELD Jet Okla. Phys. Ed: CECIL D. CO AWAY, Waynoka, Okla., History ESTELLA CROUSE Alva Okla Spanish RICHARD EBERSOLE Aline Okla. Speech. GLEN EVERSULL Braman Okla Economzcs DONNA FLORA Waynoka Okla. English' PAUL FLORA, Waynoka, Okla., Maflmf GERALD FLOYD Waynoka Okla Chem1stry LOUISE FOUNTAIN Southard Okla. Sociology. xxnxihm x. -5 25" N1 R- f. 4- V57 'Tb " ' ,.,-. 'AZN i , Q l,, , 1 1 Wk I I .. il'i 'f Lf. f N v ,3 'il' --an -f, L ' 1F X A O ,. I 11 , 'E I- iux 4472 if 1 i"'1' , 1, , , gn, -' 1 zgswww. 'Z' . 1 1 . ' 1 A -7 1. if 9 SB' l .211 M ,1 2-1: , 1 ' Q , , . f-53DW-,5- 1 Vg, .gzgzjl . ' 1 .4235 11111 I ' ' 1 if-1 ' 3'1" . .- 1 f .-1.,- -1 .1 I - . : ' 'L L'-9. U ,-he " ik 1,, l V4 mllvr 1 w 1 555 N 1- 'F Hi' f N XX. 'X X' in 15 H. x X iff iQjQxl, ' g 5' ' l F 'Y - I. I 7 ! 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I I GILL, Woodward, ALICE VIDA GORDY, Alva, Okla., English, RUTH GRAVES, Alva, Okla., Biologyg MILDRED GUIN, Boise City, Okla., Secretarial science, DONALD HALL, Alva, Okla., Phys. Ed., BILL HENDRIE, wayaoka, okla., chemistry. RAYMOND HERRICK, Madison, Wis., Biology, JOSEPH HICKEY, Coats, Kans., M ath.,' JAMES HICKMAN, Dacoma, Okla., Sociology, BARBARA HINTON, Freedom, Okla., Home EC., CHRISTINE HOHWEILER, F organ, Okla., Art and Home Ec. AVYLLYN HUNSAKER, Alva, okla., Elementary Ed.g GLENN JENLIK, cherokee, Okla., Biology, WALTER JOHNSON, chara- kee, Okla., Phys. Ed., DOROTHY KINZE, Alva, Okla., Chemistry, ALVA KOEHN, Orienta, Okla., Biology. . ' we .gf A1 -. . . 1 f igrgli sb--W 1 ff-IN L. . I V , V.. . 51' 1' - MSI H , .,, lv A? 1 N .Af T W .F I, I Q Q 'I' L ,, NT NL, ' : 4-1 I 5 I E., iv r xl , 5, , X . HE ,fl AQ .1 , -. Wife - ' -. -.fd . -uv-,Ez-.V H fm if 5 Og . 9 K' ' .7 N fx. 1A .. ' 64 L GRACE LANSDOWN, Alva, Okla., History, IRVAN LANSDOWN, Alva, Okla., Ind. Arts, CHARLES LANTELME, Gage, Okla., Math., PAUL LAUDICK, Sharon, Kans., Bus. Adm., BECKY LEHR, Alva, Okla., Sociology. MACK CRUTCHFIELD, Colleyville, Kans., English, NAOMI MCALISTER, Alva, Okla., Home Ec., JANE MCMANNIS, Gage, Okla., English, ROBERT MCGLASSON, Cherokee, Okla., Math., ELIZABETH McGUIRE, Alva, Okla., History. GERALD MCWILLIAMS, Alva, Okla., History, JOHN MANCILLAS, Woodward, Okla., Business Adm., GERTIVERA MOCK, Alva, Okla., English, RONALD NELSON, Alva, Okla., Ind. Arts, FRED NEUMAN, Alva, Okla., Music. KENNETH NEUSCHWANDER, Alva, Okla., Physics, MILTON NEUSCHWANDER, Alva, Okla., F orestry, NORVELL OLSON, Tonkawa, Okla., Phys. Ed.,' CECIL PAGE, Burlington, Okla., Music., JAMES PARKS, Waynoka, Okla., Sociology. r-ea "'9"3! A-sl . . . . W I , ,pd . J Y '7 ' Y: 3 K A .53 . , X X --.. v ' .: ,, 'S A V' ' :U ::.' ft 'L I ,kg K . r-'l rp- ,' . L -Sha' .1 5 , J 4.-.f W. 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Ed., ROBERT SCHERICK, Capron, Okla., Math. HOLLIS SCOTT, Wewoka, Okla., Physical Education, ALPHA SHORTER, Goltry, Okla., Pharmacy, CAROL SMITH, Alva, Okla,, Business Ed., ROLAND SMITH, Cherokee, Okla., Math., H. L. STEFFEN, Pond Creek, Okla., Pre-Med. . AWN'- W ,lm . 7 41 Q 7' ' , ov- 'tvx ' Yip.: ' - N 4 'v "" '21 ,f Xu .fflu 1 , . A A 'U in 3 lf if 7 , K., , ,V X XX ,S ,... X , i, f ', 'sa ' ' w, Bi f Nm, Z 'A .fl ' -..T iii, i I L ,.,, Na' I 'A 'X ga. 'sis 41" 1 ,M 44,5 23 9- . gs ga , A 'S 1 Q H , 1 X ,X . ,N A 5 4 +5 i emi , '35 N f X xx ,. an ,h 1 , I I 2 if -Z' , M' , , , L II, , ,Q 59' , f 3 .,,,, y , win I l I as H, , A View r ' ruff' - V fr, - l"- in 1 . 11, 1.-'Qu , -XV , K, - ----l x ' ' i gli , xi 'fi,f . . -Q 'Ev ' Q ,. fi xx l:'3 H ., .' 1 g '-.1 -.. fmh 'TY -Z, pq l A- X" E ' , 'Q 1-,i . A, r 1 I M. ,, A . ,, i , 1, ' It M... - . 31 . sw ex , 4 ll Q- Q K ,JL 1:1 411 I I Q V2 2 .,, , K . . , Q 5 ef' '-1 ,lx ' lg '7"':.. .. '-Ill ' 3'-Q ,X wil ' ' x r g, .i .az my . 7. Y. V, W 5. if M , J .L'2?- 12 is IH' 'l 1 21, Y ' ' M.: ,,.A . u N .,s. , 423. 371.5 ' ,fin -Isl. -'55-. Lgffzfj a' K5 ' 41 2:21 . X7 Q 'WU 'ft . I ,M ia A, 5 3 ligg fy .. if ' -1' A 1- 15.3 f 1 CARL STEVENS. Stilwell, Okla,, Phys. Ed.: JUNE STITES, Protection, Kans,, History: BILL STOUT, Cherokee, Okla., Home Ec.,' L. M. SULLIVAN, Ringwood, Okla., History, WAYNE SWOVELAND, Wewoka, Okla., Biology. DONALD TALLEY, Amorita, Okla., History: GEORGE TATE, Alva, Okla., Science: WAYNE THORNI-IILL, Alva, Okla., Ind. Arts, TOM TREECE, Alva, Okla., History, BILL MERCER, Alva, Okla., History. JOHNNY WALKER, Tulsa, Okla., Phys. Ed.: BARNEY WATKINS. Pryor, Okla., Phys. Ed., BOYCE WILLIAMS, Alva, Okla., Bus. Adm., GLENN WILLIAMS, Deer Creek, Okla., Math., VESTA WILSON, Alva, Okla., Bus. Adm. MARJORIE WITHGOTT, Woodward, Okla., Home Ec.,' DARRELL WOODSON, Alva, Okla.g History, DONNA WRIGHT, Cher- okee, Okla., Speech, PI-IYLLIS WRIGHT, Alva, Okla., Englishp BILLY D. YOUNG, Aline, Okla., Sociology. 5 A, J ff ff M I ... ! " cw V1 I A i . ,121 Z ' . .... , . .ff i ' .' Ui. . ,V f f gli? f 3 'ff bjwj. ill F t K+ ix , si- 5' fl' 1 4 43,1 ,sz A! I gf: ,Q 5 . if 7 I 'li mmws- Mwmw 1+ 2 J-.. ,g..1-fr I -Jan ?u .L . X A ZVNL r 'K ,af 5 , 1 V i . W ,rx-lgwfl' 15,5 . V .QM V. Qc. 'A , M -X ii 5 'Y' 5 T If 'afgif . Y W 1 W r x ' , . ... 'f 2.3: :E Minis 1, .fri H' raw " :af I .,L. , , , 2: M. ' W,.::: - N fa B! . WN 'T M I, tw." Ay - me I Mb- , .W + .J J -W 'Wai gf EW' 'W 1' Wye- V " ' I , ,2a3,.3w'Msiv gi' h 1 MR 1 ' ye . -9 - ,-we J 5 . ,E . X Q V 5, si X L ,Q Q 4 s 7 ' A Qi", 4 g M wg.. , , M ,lf - W -v . W K 1 , ' ,fm , L.-AL. . fi -W.. 1 ...Q l 1 . 1 i . 4 fi' u ROBERT LEHR 1 V President Freedom, Okla. 11' BILL SIMON Vice-President , Alva, Okla. X J xl LILLIAN ALEXANDER, Lamesa, Tex.g LELAND ALLEN, Rosston, Clovis, New Mex.g ROBERT BECK, Alva, Okla. 3'-'Q !l'f"! L' X CF- IMOGENE TIPPIN Secretary-Treasurer Fairview, Okla Ok1a.g JACK ANNIS, Freedom, Okla. JOHN BEALMER ..:...,x ,, -- ,V-1, P A 1- IR, V st., A 4. ,T 1 S., ff-rv 1 - ,. .W ,.,,-'r Nw X 'fa i 'ii N r 1 1 J xi X ,C-fi H""..?' ii or V hi! I we, .ip 31, 5 v -gf '5 '- I 3 Z wa --Q, M, I , , , iff: 4 ,W-. fy ' 1 l il" ' jf A X 'E' iero Ni. . ,,.:, , fa VIRGINIA BRANDENBURG, Alva, Okla.: MARGARET BENEFIEL, Lambert, Okla., GALEN BONI-IAM, Anthony, Kans.3 MARY ELLEN BOWLES, Cherokee, Okla., MAX BRADLEY, Aline, Okla. BILL BUCK, Carmen, Okla., JOAN CALDWELL, Mooreland, Okla., DONALD CAMPBELL, Woodward, Okla., DONICE CASE, Byron, Okla., VIRGINIA COLES, Freedom, Okla. JOLENE COLLINS, Waukita, Okla., SYLVESTER CLIFFORD, Forgan, Okla., DONALD CROWL, Woodward, Okla., CLINTON CUNNINGHAM, Hollis, Okla., CRAIG DAVIE, Fay, Okla. Okla.g ALTA MAE EAGAN, Forgan, Okla. 'ii ,I . 'Y -I X 5, PSM MAX DAVIS, Dacoma, Okla., BILLY DeHAAS, Lahoma, Okla., KERMIT DODD, Alva, Okla., YVONNE DOTTERER, Driftwood, 55 - J - e I gs, N ,,,..,. ., wi I, El 1 W, ,Q 3 15. f, If :hi V lf -F u ,- 'v L '14 ' e -.ju ff T im ' - 5 5. ' . 45 - V ,. 2- 1 ' ' I I fa' J - ,. -f:- 1 g as- ,I I, -, , I gg , f A 4 l ,. we -' " N T , ' ' 1, ' la 1 X - , ,x'..,a ff is 3 'J I' -J' -491 "X I 1 , , 5' "' -iran 2115 '-'fe '45-'-, BG . 2 ' 2- 'Wifi , ff. AL - MM ' 14-H, ,,S:e, TX .Bm 5 ,fi-, A, , H F: . ff I Q 'I ' N 'w . f .-W, 1 ,, 'x I 'rl "S, S., ' 4 Y '-JE "N-1 Q T- '03 Nl ,VK ifw. .',.- - TN' v- ul 2, -Y-na -c " 4'-I ,ffl f'E1'l".-x.. I I gf , fe 4 1 UB.: E.. '. " fl 'Li:'l,i:- im, QW ' I 'Ya l , 'ESQ ,Q- K V , ,Q I - W .N -., J, me 572 .Q L. ' gl, lg. ,g i 35, W' in-.0 S7 4""" ,, ,W I if Wm L, ME K, , T53 'V T -3 M . up 1.15 .- -U ' E-' f?E1,:,1'f .-f . . fagzti, ,ggfl Y , lu -Harb Y -R '.:,: -XM, ,if -L1 -, ...V 4 A 1 ' Q 'fl-we ,. " F , " ,I .gf,,?u:',1H ,: V Y 15,11 f . f.55lf,. V 4gffQgqfvg955g. j , ,lgfgy-1 ,iff .g i ' ". lflglllzi If .- " ?T?5i2:'?l2' ' fri 'Ml,llf"As 1 1- - "-if?24It3"a A -f ' - 3 - LEO ECK, Alva, Okla.g LEROY ECKLES, Alva, OkIa.g JACK ELLIOTT, Cherokee, Ok1a.g CLARENCE ENGLEMAN, Beaver, Okla., ARTHUR FAULKNER, Alva, Okla. GENE FIELDER, Arnett, Okla.g BILL FUSON, Waynoka, Okla., LYNN GARNER, Batesville, Ark., DEAN GEORGE, Manchester, Ok1a.g NORMA DEANE GEORGE, Waynoka, Okla. JIM GILMORE, E1 Reno, Ok1a.g MARIE GOEKEN, Cherokee, Okla.3 SHERMAN GRAHAM, Drummond, Okla.g BILL GREGGS, Pawhuska, Okla.g DEAN HACHENBERG, Buffalo, Okla. ROBERT HADDICAN, Medford, Okla.g MAXINE HAGER, Hardtner, Kans.g MA HARR, Dombey, Okla.g LAWRENCE HARRIMAN, Buffalo, New York. wp-v Y? IE F axe V .JJTP f, V I RY LOU HAINES, Follett, Tex.g NOLA JANE 'FA V1 " I 1 1 EQ ff .W I, M ,. gin -e- -,f c N., N T, . J . A , ., K , A wg! V , ,A - , wr , - , I , X ,sa I V, wg, J 147' y .M - L2 S fr" A a. fmk if , rf' H, 1 . '.- ., , H " i i Lg-23 -.1 N 'K me 1? I C e l f v .,.,. 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ALBERTA PULLAN, Aline, Okla.g DONALD RAPP, Mutual, Okla., WILLIAM RAY, Rosston, Okla.g DARRELL RAY, Rosston, Ok1a.g JACK ROUNTREE, Fairview, Okla. Eli' ' ' '..v,, , A " . lll.m . . mf. -v-' 25 A . ,, rf . ---6 F V Vx I 'A f it ,, ,A,,.M. QQ WH -Y x, ,J QE ,yr .,. 1' I 1 I l 'I' I Iii? 6' A A 'ix 1 J 'W 3' AWE' " Lmillh NX ' 'e,, I I X ., WN 7 J, ex- , x 1' '- , 1 - " ' F ..- 51" li ' fl ,fl - .i , I, ,ll wa Lg 55' iff, gf 5 .4 .', N J J '-,I A 5. I A ' VW ' .--- . , .fe J, F, ,, I A, f A, P A "" s A -f J -q' ,W v b A, TR , in ,X W 5- " V' ...X Q Li ,- Q if Q. Lk X 1: V! , K , ..,, I ' K , V N , ' A ,E 4 M I 3- ,,, 1 fn .V , -V' v b- J V ,1 . , l K J ll 'J SQ if SHIRLEY ANN SCHAEFER, Alva, Okla.g BETTY SHELINBARGER, Woodward, Okla.g RICHARD SHEPHERD, Cherokee, Okla.g ERNESTINE SHIRM, Buffalo, Ok1a.g JACK R. SHOCKLEY, Carmen, Okla. VIRGIL SIMMERING, Garber, Okla., CLARE STANLEY, Alva, Ok1a.g MARY BETH STRUTTON, Alva, Okla.g DONALD THIEME, Burlington, Ok1a.g EDWIN TI-IIEME, Burlington, Okla. JAMES T ILFORD, Woodward, Okla.g BILL TOTTON, Medford, Okla.g SCOTT TUXHORN, Helena, Okie., JESSE URTON, El Reno, Okla.g DONALU VAN OCKER, Cherokee, Okla. HELEN VAN ZANT, Cherokee, Ok1a.g EUGENE VICKERS, Alva, Okla.g MARVIN WARD, Enid, Okla.g CAMPBELL WARREN, Attica, Kans.: JULIUS WEIGAND, Cherokee, Okla. ,, .,, , . ..,.. , M ,J.,.,, ,, .,,.,, MU., yffsf ., W. 1 lee- 2. M , ,E . 5 M ..L, ,- , ,K lm. 'FR' 'ew Q --4 vi i 'X xx '.":::v Qkw W IIII . , 'NWN H ni? IW I THQ: . . . I. I if . ' L . , .xfga - ' Q., Em 'L 1 Q, Fw ., r X ,A J.. 5' 45 5 E- fl I X ZR. . ' ' 4 , 'I . Ny, .V 2 :X 1 '-3 .H ,N . , N A Y -515 . i' P 52 , ,. L r ' . . " - ' , if I X QV f E 4. S M . , ,Mg-9-3-gl-4""-a.1 : W- P.. 'M' M 1 I - I g"f:" W 'wgkwf E LQ-1'-'E I ' q w vfaf .L 'ix 3- 'I A IQ gr' gh X. ' iff uf., I H , . I , , .QW 5... 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My , - , in if 5 . . fe- i'ArA...L:'J ' v v v Qs? xl 5 I Mg, W YW? Ss 1 . I . DU I'-I H12 U1 E 3 'if , . qi' MARTHA ANN EVANS 'E' JOYCE LEE Vgce-Presgdent Secretary-Treasurer Alva Okla Beaver, Okla. RAYMOND AP- in w.. , . , 0' I N rf ,f 5? 1 Vx' . , I 5' idk:-,,, W X 1 K .c , -J Yu. 3 lysmw' 2' Hd rx. 's D -'Qmx , ,gif 'l, f X in-3 "- 5 i:f'7'f-iii . L1 Q 5' : 5, Qig tj Q., ff 1 . :,. ":'V T I , 1 In f I , I wa, .. . -w,......f,x.., as tiliufm- ' ' .2-:N N arf BETTY JEAN ASHTON, Alva, Okla., JIMMIE LEE ATWOOD, Aline, Okla., CHARLES LEE ATHERTON, Hooker, Okla., CHARLES DAR- REL BALTZ, Cherokee, Okla., JEAN M. BALTZ, Cherokee, Okla., WILLIAM J. BAY- LESS, E1 Reno, Okla., WILLIAM H. BATEN, Minden, La., DOROTHY JEAN BEARD, Lib- eral, Kans. WANDA JEAN BENNINGFIELD, Alva, Okla., CHARLES H. BOECKMAN, Okeene, Okla., VIRGINIA MAE BONNER, Alva, Okla., VIR- GIE A. BRADY, Alva, Okla., GLADYS BLISS, Alva, Okla., ERNEST A. BRAUN, Venezuela, S. A., GLENDA BREFORD, Alva, Okla., ED BROWER, Alva, Okla. HELEN BROWN, Alva, Okla,g LAVON'NE BURKHART,Freedom,Okla.g DONNA BURNS, Dacoma, Okla., VESTA MAE BUTLER, Alva, Okla., JOHN JOE CABLE, Freedom, Okla., DONITA CALDWELL, Dombey, Okla., DOYL- ENE G. CALDWELL, Dornbey, Okla., JIM CALHOUN, Beaver, Okla. DARCEL CARPENTER, Cherokee, Okla., RA- MONA JEAN CARSON, Fairview, Okla., EM- MA JEAN CARTER, Beaver, Okla., LEO C. CARTER, Beaver, Okla., HAROLD W. CASE, Byron, Okla., ARLEN B. CAYWOOD, Wayn- oka, Okla., CHARLES M. CHAFFIN, Da- coma, Okla., DONALD A. CHANCE, Alva, Okla. EUGENE L. COCKRUM, Orlando, Okla., BIL- LIE JO CLARK, Byron, Okla,g URABELLE COTTOM, Alva, Okla., JAMES COVALT, Woodward, Okla., JAMES L. COX, Alva, Okla., JERRY CROCKETT, Pond Creek, Okla., CHARLES W. CROOKS, May, Okla., CURTIS E. CROOKS, May, Okla. ,fe EDWIN CROOKS, May, Okla.g ROBERT L. CROOKS, May, Okla.g ROBERT CROW, Alva, Okla.g BOBBY G. CULP, Buffalo, Oklang BET- TY JEAN DAVIS, Boyd, Okla.g FLOYD DEAN DeWITT, Carmen, Okla.g LYDIA JUNE DUN- GAN, Avard, Okla.g DAVID N. EATON, Eagle City, Okla. CHARLOTTE EDWARDS, Alva, Okla.g CLARK EUGENE EDWARDS, Cherokee, Okla.g KENNETH W. ELMORE, Alva, Okla.g MARY LOUISE ELMORE, Alva, Okla.g WES- LEY ELLISON, Freedom, Okla.g CHARLES ELSON, Nash, Okla.g VINCENT ENGLEMAN, Beaver, Okla.g WILMA ERDMAN, Capron, Okla. RALPH ESSEX, Okeene, 0kla., LA JEAN RUTH EUBANK, Fairview, Okla.g LYLE D. FARNSWORTH, Ringwood, Okla.g JOHN E, FERRIS, Mooreland, Ok1a.g EDGAR E. FIELD- ER, Arnett, Okla.g' PHYLLIS JUNE FOUN- TAIN, Southard, Okla.g BETTY JEAN FRA- ZEE, Cherokee, Okla.g DICK T. FRENCH, Pond Creek, Okla. BEVERLY JO FUSON, Waynoka, Okla.g BILL VERNON GEIS, Okeene, Okla.g DWAINE D. GOLDSBERRY, Lucien, Okla.g ROBERT EU- GENE GRAVES, Hardtner, Kaus., BETTY ALICE GREGORY, Beaver, Okla.g BERNICE NAOMI GUFFY, Byron, Okla.g JAMES NEI, SON HALE, Cherokee, Okla.g FLOYD LESTER HAMMON, Alva, Okla. MARCELLA HANNA, Waldron, Kans.g BILL HEPBURN, Enid, Okla., LEON HIBBS, Beav- er, Okla.g SHELLY HINTERGARDT, Alva, Okla., MITCHELL HOAG, Mutual, OkIa.g DAVID HOLTEN, Alva, Okla., ANN HOUGH- TON, Alva, Olcla.g NORMA JAMES, Freedom, Okla. ,-'Q . -- .zz ff- "R se GN gc- Q...-Tp ,g f Q 3 1 1 , 'ja-'ff' D I sv I iz X" ,, Ziff' 'C' ,G if' i l M M., F, if .J 1 Wh-n,. --'71' f'4 , v ,Z -V ' v',, 3 'miie K A 'P V , . My ff? 4 Y, ,Q-y 5 rr" ,,,Qq vtq , f -, ' 'A I -553515 P' 'A -l ' -1 .ff g'E1,fa: up A A er- I-4 ,f l 'R I Ok Q fs' --li ui' fd' 146 f ur:-v' I C' qi 4 R71 QW 4-'Q a A 'I' Y l J K vi by ' Na K X xx U' It vm V f P' ug-v fu 5' G- X. : gf, X IT .2 EQ Q, , W I , L L M, lr 4' H, 5 P FQ. mf- X ,JJ X -Wg qv' I If K I 1' ' 1 'buf' .4 X pk' I 'Ll ff- Al gf 10 35 Rm LHP! 5, x lf , ' ' AP, . . ,....g -et" QT? 113763 l 1 .2- . Vu... . .f 'fu ' s . n ' ml- X5 "-'X X ,am " dh- ' I J 7' fn faqs. 1-f QL' i V., T X .' 1,4 C-19 W :il il. X, ei 41-94 r: j N pf? 4, Q L 'WW r Yxx I f' 1 fr' , ' ,Yr s. -fri ' ai .um f'l ld' HOMA LEE JONES, Alva, Okla., EARL E. JOSEPH, Lucien, Okla., LEON KECK, JR., Fairview, Okla., KENNETH KENDRICK, Alva, Okla., PEGGY JEAN KENNEDY, Fargo, Okla., TROY GENE KIGHT, Manchester, Okla., JACK KLICK, Cherokee, Okla., DEAN G KOONS, Ringwood, Okla. LARRY KORN, Alva, Okla., ROSE EILEEN KRIVOHLAVEK, Enid, Okla., NADINE KUNZMAN, Capron, Okla., LAVERNA LAKE, Rosston, Okla., JOHN LARKIN, Alva, Okla., KENT LAWRENCE, Nashville, Kans.g WIL- LIAM LEE, Ringwood, Okla., CARL LEHL, Alva, Okla. PAT LIGGETT, Alva, Okla., LAWRENCE LIVELY, Pawhuska, Okla., JOHN LOESCH, Chrisfield, Kans.g FRITZ LOGAN, Alva, Okla., ELDON LYON, Alva, Okla., GIFFORD Mc- CLAFLIN, Alva, Okla.g RUTH ANN Mc- CRACKEN, Capron, Okla., DONALD Mc- CRORY, Alva, Okla. ' JOAN MCELHINEY, Rosston, Okla., ROGER McGLAMORY, Mooreland, Okla., MARSHALL MCGUIRE, Capron, Okla., DORIS MAXINE MCMURPHY, Alva, Okla., WILLIS A. MAJOR, Fairview, Okla., VERLEEN JOAN MARTIN, Aline, Okla., MAE MASSIE, Pond Creek, Okla., JAMES R. MAYTUBBY, Oklahoma City, Okla. MARYLIN MILLER, Coldwater, Kaus., MAU- RICE LEE MILLER, Waynoka, Okla.g PAU- LINE MOLZ, Kiowa, Kans.g LOIS MOLZ, Ki- owa, Kans.g LEONARD MURRAY, Alva, Okla., LORRAINE NELSON, Alva, Okla., BILL KENT NEWLIN, Lambert, Okla., WILLIAM M. OWENS, Buffalo, Okla. DAVID PARK, Cherokee, Okla., DOYLE PEN- DERGRAFT, Hollis, Okla., CHARLES PET- ERMAN, Alva, Okla., THOMAS PIERCE, Oklahoma City, Okla., CLAYTON POINDEX- TER, Gage, Okla., CLIFFORD PROCK, Hollis, Okla., ARLENE PROPHET, Buffalo, Okla., CLIFFORD PULLAN, Aline, Okla. BOBBY PURCELL, Alva, Okla., THELMA RADER, Teagarden, Okla.g MACEL RAMBO, Laverne, Okla., MARIAM RANCK, Shattuck, Okla., DEW ANN RANDALL, Alva, Okla., ROBERT RATHGEBER, Hardtner, Kans.g GEORGIA ANNE REDMAN, Alva, Okla., VERNON REED, Alva, Okla. PAUL REID, Laverne, Okla., VERLIN RICH- ARDSON, Gage, Okla., WILBUR RIGGS, Way- noka Okla.' . ARTHUR ROBERSON, Alva , , J , Okla.g CAROLEE ROBINETT, Kiowa, Kans.g GRACE ROCQUE, Alva, Okla.g FRED ROLL- ER, Carmen, Okla., DENNIS ROUNTREE Fairview, Okla. BILLY ROWLEY, Ringwood, Okla: DUANE RUDY, Alva, Okla., AL RUNDLE, Laverne, Okla., EUGENE SCHANBACHER, Carmen, Okla., WRENA SI-IAFER, Rosston, Ok1a.g LES- LIE SHELDON, El Reno, Okla., BETTY BEE SLACK, Carmen, Okla.g IRENE SLATER, Ori- enta, Okla. VESTA MAY SMITH, Alva, Okla., HOWARD SMIT Alva Okla OHN W SMITH Alva H, , -: J . , , Okla., LA VERA SMITH, Dacoma, Okla., AR- THUR SMITH, Amorita, Okla., JAMES SOM- ERS, Cleo Springs, Okla., PATTY STAPLE- TON. Hanston, Kans.g LAWRENCE STAUF- FER, Cherokee, Okla. I wt- .4-1 , 1 I -1' 1 4 .ol ,,.. Wy. 'X l '7e'r'-75 26. 'IX' db ,I l,'f.,N'.l ...7 .4 . ,- ,gi Q - , f I r 7 ', M if . AQ .Sr 'Z' fit h if 'T 2, , .w I., , ..P::- X If .' " w , x .A , 4. ,Q 1' f J X U ' ,Jlfxn 'I ,. , 5- N cg 1. f 'ME Sa -'Fx ' N J is :K 1' i Yi 'h x f' rf. 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Y ,Ag Q, A A . ,M II ' 'E ii' " 9 1 n. .,,k .K 5, ,, ,, I , 25: , i ' N fi 5 --, "xl N K N -1 nk. :ll ll PAUL STIENMETZ, Mooreland, Okla.g HARRY STICKLER, Turpin, Okla.g KATH- LEEN STINSON, Buffalo, Okla.g ERMA JEAN STRAWN, Hardtner,Kans.g DOYLE STRONG, Beaver, Okla.g LYNN STURGEON, I-Ielena, Okla.g MARTHA KATE TAYLOR, Alva, Okla.g RAY DEAN TAYLOR, Waynoka, Okla. JACK TEMPLIN, Anthony, Kaus., BONITA THROCKMORTON, Capron, Okla.g IMO- GENE TYREE, Alva, Okla.g GEORGE WALL, Alva, Okla.g MARGARET WARREN, Attica, Kans.g JAMES WATERMAN, Waynoka, Okla.g ROBERT LEE WEIGAND, Alva, Okla.g LOU- ISE WHITENECK, Aline, Okla. ARLENE WIERSIG, Alva, Ok1a.3 MARY LOU WILSON, Alva, Okla.g JOSEPHINE WOODS, Gage, Okla.g ROBERT WOOD, Woodward, Okla.5 PAUL WRIGHT, Cherokee, Okla.g MARY WYATT, Helena, Okla.g MCMEINN WYCOFF, Ashland, Kaus., JOE WYLIE, Woodward, Okla. PRESTON SMITH, Verlin, Okla.g B. G. 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I1 f -.fm - M .fiiw .f ff ' VH., V ' I nga? f ag ariis' f . ' ' , sw.,,'?52 fiswzivagf bb- ww , fm gf? ? X yi "4H 9951 ,- env- xi- ??ff5m' , MA - , :sf 1 y NORTHWESTERN DEPARTMENT OF MUSIC TUDENTS WHO wish to make some phase of music a career will find at Northwestern every modern facility for a successful preparation and an atmosphere and surroundings which make for happy, serious music study. The Music Department will soon move into new quarters-one Whole floor of the new Fine Arts Building. You won't find anything more up-to-date, musically, in Oklahoma, plenty of sound- proof practice rooms, studios and classrooms, a large recital hall for band and chorus work, instru- ment storage rooms, music library, sound recorders for scientific study, phonographs with a large rec- ord library which is being constantly augmented by new selections, music scores for the study of the great orchestral, band, vocal and piano works, a new electric organ, and new band instruments. The Music Department owns and has available for use thousands of dollars worth of instruments, fine band uniforms, chorus robes and much other equipment. Northwestern is proud of a music faculty of highest attainments, skilled in teaching and per- formance. We are ready for a large number of music majors. Music directors, instrumental and vocal, are among the best paid in the teaching profession. Northwestern will give you the training and experience and place you in a good position upon graduation. We invite you to come and investigate. There isn't a college or university which can give you more for your money. There are many where tuition, fees, and general expenses are much greater than at Northwestern State College, Alva, Oklahoma. We invite you to enroll in the summer or fall semester. For the best in music "Go Northwest." THE NORTHWESTERN RANGER BAND William F. Deusinger, Director The Northwestern Ranger Band, of some 45 members at present, is in the process of rebuilding and is constantly attracting an increasing number of high school musicians from all parts of Oklahoma. The Ranger Band is the organize tion around which centers a great deal of activity. You can proudly wear one of the red, black, and gold uniforms of this famous organization. BACK ROW: Wall, P. Molz, Caywood, Benefiel, Lewis, McElhiney, Geist, Engleman, Heaton, Neuman, Park, Calhoon Hibbs, Smith, Hanna. FRONT: Hursch, L. Molz, Erdman, Alexander, Carson, McElhiney, Braly, Poindexter, Mallory, George. NORTHWESTERN RANGER BAND TWIRLERS 1948-1949 Shirley Braly, Drum Majorette, Lillian Alexander, Joan McElhiney, Ramona Carson. Always out in frontl The Ranger Band Twirlers always put on a good show. THE RANGER TRUMPETEERS Clayton Poindexter, Wesley Mallory, Dean George, Marjorie Geist, accompanist. Tunefull One of the number of the small instrumental ensembles at Northwest- ern. They go places! THE A CAPPELLA C1-10111 HE BOARD OF REGENTS of Normal Schools, in july of 1902, authorized the creation of a separate department of music at Northwestern, but it was not until 1928 that the A Cappella Choir was organized. The choir has grown to be one of the noted musical organizations of Oklahoma and southern Kansas. It is the leading musical organization on the campus at the present time and is in great demand in Alva and its surrounding territory. During the recent war, it was necessary to disband the choir for three years because of the lack of male students on the campus. However, the girls of Northwestern carried on in traditional form and organized a Girls' Glee Club which gained equal recognition to the A Cappella Choir and continued the annual tours as well as concerts over the district. In 1947, the A Cappella Choir re- sumed its place on the campus and in Northwest Oklahoma. This year the music from the opera "Carmen" and Fred Waring's "Nutcracker Suite" were fea- tured. The Vocal Music Department also assisted in presenting the "Hellzapoppin" production. OFFICERS President ............ ............. .............. B I LL FUSON SGCYCYHYY and Treasurer . ......,... NORMA DEAN GEORGE Wardrobe Master ..... ............ C LARENCE ENGLEMAN Librarians ...... . . .... DEAN GEORGE, DOYLE STRONG Pianist ....... .................. M ARJORIE GEIST GIRLS'SEXTET Northwestern is very proud of its girls' sextet. The girls perform for civic organizations and school functions as well as assist on the tour programs of the choir. The sextet is selected at the beginning of each term and is open to all students. Members this year are ffrom left to rightj Marcella Hangna.Phyllis Wilson, Macil Rambo, Norma Dean Vanderslice-Dean, Beverly Fuson and Dell Russell. Accompanist is Pat Whitmer. BOYS'QUARTET The Ranger Male Quartet is a popular ensemble in Northwestern Oklahoma and Kansas, perform- ing frequently at functions for school, community and district in a highly professional manner. Barber Shop harmony is their specialty. The quartet is selected from volunteer singers. Members are Fred Neuman, David McElhiney, Clarence Engleman and Bill Fuson. Their accom- panist is Miss Marjorie Geist. ,I W sei J. fr MacDOWELL MUSIC CLUB HE MacDOWELL MUSIC CLUB was organized in 1930 by Mrs. Lois Binkley. It is composed of the piano students of the music department of Northwestern State College. f th cl b named after the great American composer are to promote the program The purposes o e u , , of ood music in the school and community, to acquaint its membership with the less known phases of E music, and to gain an appreciation of the great masters through an illustrated study of their lives and works. Meetings of the club are held regularly every two weeks. At these meetings various phases of a musical nature are presented and discussed. OFFICERS President . . . ...........,. . . .WESLEY MALLORY Secretary . . . ..... ,..... P AT WHITMER . . .LARRY LAIVIBE Sponsor . . . FIRST ROW: Whitmer, Lambe, Sponsorg Mallory. SECOND ROW: Throckmorton, Elmore, Jones, Wilson, Geist, Goeken, Benefiel. THIRD ROW: M. Wilson, Ehlers, Hanna, Fielder, V. Wilson. I 0 u N NOVEMBER, 1939, Theta Phi Beta, honorary music sorority, was established on the Northwestern campus. Fourteen girls banded together then to promote participation in musical organizations, to en courage advancement, improvement and appreciation in all better types of music, and to sponsor musical programs. Big events of the year are the Founder's Day Banquet, the Christmas party, and the Celesta Dance held each Spring. Thetas plan to attend one outstanding artist performance, either recital, opera, or mu sical comedy each semester. President ...,... Vice-President . , . Secretary ..... Treasurer .. Historian ,..... Sponsors ...,...... Honorary Member BACK ROW: Davis, Hanna, Wilson, Geist, Manske, Bowles. . . . .GRETA JONES PATSY WHITMER PI-IYLLIS WRIGHT .,VESTA WILSON . . . .CAROL SMITH . . . MISS GORMAN, MISS ERNST . . . . .MISS GENUIT SECOND ROW: Gorman, Caldwell, Wilson, Randall, Herrick, Elmore, Rambo, Hinton. FRONT ROW: Ernst, Wilson, Wright, jones, Whitmer, Strutton, Genuit. U QHNQNT. A, V- , -. 1 U , U y. . . in T rr s d M Q if Q up .SD . 3' , KR T 541 X, g, , w . 5 - , 1 I W . J , - , .- yy.. , of , ' A ,,,, X i 45" SYN 25 H I In . ,rg ,. .. . 1-mg, , a X is 1,1 n x A - V. ,M V A JM?,,, ' ' -. f' , if '- . ' H ' 1 - E v ,E J ,avg G -'afzz ,lu MW' Wikia ' , Li- x Ax W ' H qi' -ii, .Q 4 pig? f l .1 0 JI . agar I , , : . jv1' : I: . A V, , W , gg -- ' 1 1 p T 1 T n, CF . H J f 1 'Q ,I sf , ,. , I I ,,V., lj ,. .,- . .W .,5,,,n. gg, My ,, If it Jr ri X X 'T' f fl 4 ,rg 6 I is CHI BETA NU CHI BETA NU, music fraternity of Northwestern, was reactivated at the beginning of the first semester of last school year. The fraternity, sponsored by Professor W. F. Deusinger, head of the music department and director of the Ranger Band, and Mr. Lambe, instructor in piano, was organized for the purpose of fostering a deeper appreciation of music by bringing a high grade of musical talent to the campus. Chi Beta Nu has its social side also. The highlight of each year is the Christmas party. Tradition was followed this year when, at Christmas-time, the fraternity entertained their dates with a festive cabin party complete with yule logs and mistletoe. Organized in the fall of 1938, the fraternity was sponsored by Professor Deusinger. OFFICERS President .. ,,...,, ............ ...... V I NCENT LAUDICK Vice-President .,.. . .,.... DON BENEFIEL Secretary .,.,... ..... R EX BENEDICT 4- . X F f mr. AR' x 5. ' v V ', , , ...lm ,V jx . l , W Y. 3 KAPPA DELTA PI OUNDED at the University of Illinois in 1911, Kappa Delta Pi is a national honorary society in edu- cation. The society was an outgrowth of the eagerness of members of the University Education Club to promote a closer bond among students of Education as a science, and to enter into more intimate fellow- ship with those dedicated to the cause of teaching as a profession. Delta Eta Chapter was established January 11, 1936, at N.S.C. Members are selected from the junior and senior classes, the fifteen per cent ranking highest in scholarship being eligible. Consideration is also given to the contributions made by them to the college activities. OFFICERS President ....... .........,. .... B E SS CHAPPELL Vice-President . . . . . .ANNETT PARKER Counselor ..... ........ W ILMA ERNST Treasurer ..,.....,.... .... P ATSY FAULKNER Secretary .,............. ...... D AN SHORTER Corresponding Secretary . . . .... CAROL PRENTICE BACK ROW: McMannis, Troutt, Prentice, Geist, Tate, Shorter, Paulson. SECOND ROW: Fromme, Sanders, Huguley, Herrick, Mires, Genuit, Ernst. FRONT ROW: Carter, Chappell, Percefull, Fisher, Campbell. FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA HE PURPOSE of Future Teachers of America is to foster a professional spirit among those who plan to become teachers. The organization, sponsored by the National Education Association, solicits stu- dents above average in scholarship for members. The Northwestern Chapter was established in 1938. The activities during this year have included lectures by outstanding educators and educational films. Dan Shorter is president and Dr. J. V. L. Morris and Miss Francis DuVall are sponsors. BACK ROW: Morris, Lohmeyer, Sullivan, Ross, Lantelme, Hawkey, DuVall, Manske. . . T FRONT ROW: Butler, Troutt, Shelmbarger, Shorter, Rowley, Pekrul,Wright, Brown, yree. i S ? LITTLE THEATRE boundless, well directed interest and Little Theatre is composed of students on the campus with activity, and is sponsored by Mrs. Maud A. Drake Bingham who is well known throughout the entire state f h abil't as a director of drama. The l'play" or finished production as presented to an audience is or er x y the result of much work, study and participation and the collection of properties, grease paint, and cos- turnes-which, this year for the "Hasty Heart", included seven pairs of rnen's pajamas. Major productions during the year include "Hasty Heart" and "Hellzapoppin". OFFICERS President ....... ................. ..... H E RBERT WRIGHT Vice-President .... . . ..................... LOUISE FOUNTAIN Secretary-Treasurer . ...............,....... DONNA WRIGHT Reporters ..,.,,.. ,,,. P HYLLIS WRIGHT, DICK EBERSULLE BACK ROW: johnson, Lantelme, Thomas, Caldwell, Kight, Fountain. SECOND ROW: Lucas, Ebersole,Russell, Clifford, P. Wright, McCulla. FRONT ROW: Mrs. Bingham, D. Wright, H. Wright, Faulkner, Fountain, Gregory. .Wai-A ww: C , W, . . ,312 25:2 gb. ,-?5fx- :Eff in ,, La , ,M A F ,- xv: DELL RUSSELL .pa L HERBERT WRIGHT . PHYLLIS WRIGHT 7'-55' R- ' SYLVESTER CLIFFORD ARTHUR FAULKNER . ' MAUD BINGHAM ,WI 1-,L ALPHA PSI OMEGA LPHA PSI OMEGA, National Honorary Dramatic Fraternity, is the society for those who have done outstanding work in the field of dramatics. Because of the strict requirements for membership in this organization, few students may be admitted before finishing their senior year, therefore, it is impossible to maintain an active chapter on the campus. Gamma Rho. Chapter has been on the campus for seventeen years. Members are vitally interested in the organization and they continue to maintain an active interest even though the chapter cannot have regular meetings. Membership in Alpha.Psi Omega will always be the goal of every industrious member of Little Theatre. CAST Cast Director .I ....., ........ ....... A R THUR FAULKNER Worthy Playwright .... .........,. M ARY HELEN WILSON Business Manager . . ,............ SYLVESTER CLIFFORD Faculty Sponsor . . . .... MRS. MAUD A. DRAKE BINGHAM HOME ECONOMICS CLIIB HE N. S. C. Chapter of Future Homemakers of Oklahoma was organized September 14, 1937. During the year 1948-49 membership in the club numbered thirty members and the chapter aflil- iated with the national organization this year. Club activities for the year included a Christmas party, a guest dinner for members and friends and a Tea honoring graduating senior girls. The theme for the year was "Home Economics as a Career". Many interesting programs consisting of lectures, demonstrations, films and other novelty ideas, were planned around this theme. Sponsor for the Home Economics Club is Mrs. Ophelia Beard. OFFICERS President i ..... ................ ....,.. O R PHA HERRICK Vice-President . . . ...,......... ..... R UBY JUNE TROUTT Secfefafl' --..- ..... F LORENE PEKRUL Reporter .... ....... Z ELMA BROWN Treasurer . . . . . .DORIS HEATON' FIRST ROW: George, I. Witligott, M. Withgott, Herrick, Troutt, Pekrul. SECOND ROW: McCulla, Moore, Miller, Case, Wright, Manske, Potter. THIRD ROW: Orton, Miss Rhoda Austin, Sponsorf Lois Molz, Z. Brown, L. Brown, McMannis. FOURTH ROW: Bonner, P. Molz, Whitmer, Shirm, Guin, Mrs. Beard, Sponsor. THE RANGER VETS T HE RANGER VETS organized during the second semester of the 1947-48 school year, has the follow- ing purposes: flj Comradeship of all World War II Veterans on the Campusg C2j To work through the Veterans Counselor's oHice and the Veterans Administration on behalf of all the Veterans attending N. S. C. C3j To settle minor misunderstandings before they grow into major problems. C41 To provide one specific method of getting pertinent information to the Vets as a body. Q51 To exchange ideas and news with other college veteran groups. Q65 To boost their school. The outstanding part of this group is the problem committee which represents the student veteran and aids him in every way possible. A OFFICERS President ....... .............. ..l...,.. H E RB BERRY Vice-President .... .-.-.... R EX BENEDICT Secretary ,,,,,.. ..... D EAN HACHENBERG Reporter , A ........ WILBUR RIGGS Sponsor . .... NOBLE HANSON FRONT ROW: Poppe, Berry, Conaway, Benedict, Hanson. BACK ROW: Hachenberg, Hendrie, Riggs. T2 ' 19 , ,umm I f 4-N f as M I 4 S. C. A. HE STUDENT CHRISTIAN Association is an international, interdenominational organization whose purpose is to aid students to live more fully-socially, intellectually, and spiritually. The distinct phase of work is to uphold the Christian standards on the campus and to help students gain real friends and vital knowledge. The Student Christian Association was organized on this campus in the fall of 1946 when Y.W.C.A. and the Y.M.C.A. merged. This year Margaret Benefxel represented the organization at the State Con- ference at Oklahoma City. OFFICERS President .,........ .............. .... D E AN GEORGE Vice-President ......... .--- G RETA JONES Second Vice-President . . . ........ MAX BRADLEY Secretary-Treasurer . . . .-------- ELAINE MOORE Devotional Leader . . . ........ MARGARET BENEFIEL Music Chairman .. ............... MARJORIE GEIST Sponsors ......,.........................,........ MISS GORMAN, MISS DUVALL BACK ROW: Troutt, Gardner, Mallory, Kight, Geist. SECOND ROW: Orton, Beneiiel, Bowles, McMannis, McCracken. FRONT ROW: Moore, Jones, George, George. '63 fr.. -fer 'T si' wi. BAPTIST STUDENT UNION HE BAPTIST STUDENT UNION is an organization on the campus designed to link the school to the church. Its organization on Northwestern campus dates back to 1934. - It includes Sunday School, Baptist Training Union and Y. W. A. The highlight of the year's activities is the annual spring banquet-held this year on April 21. OFFICERS President ...,....... .............. .,.. R O BERT LEHR First Vice-President .... . . ,LEE ATHERTON Second Vice-President .... ....,..,.. C ECIL PAGE Third Vice-President . . . ......, ALTA MAE EAGAN Secretary-Treasurer ...... V ..... ROSALIE HENDERSON B. T. U. Representative ...... ..... L ILA GRACE CHRITTON Sunday School Representative . . , ........... CAROL MELTON Y. W. A. Representative ..... ...... M ARY STRUTTON Faculty Advisor ......... .... P ROF. D. W. PIERCE Church Sponsor . . . ........ H. McCRARY BACK ROW: McGlamory, joseph, Crooks, Lively, Williams, Ames, Richardson, Sanders, Crooks. THIRD ROW: Reipe, Lantelme, Molz, Williams, Gardner, Kight, Steinmetz, Nighswonger. SECOND ROW: Mr. Pierce, Bonner, Owens, Hoig, Clifford, Molz, Goeken, Wilson, Wood. FRONT ROW: Wilson, Eagan, Henderson, Page, Lehr, Atherton, Harr, Prophet, Strutton, Manske. K 1 4 i. t'3 iii ig I fi h THE WESLEY FOUNDATION CMethodist Student Organizationj ANATIONAL STUDENT ORGANIZATION sponsored by the Methodist Church with chapters in State Colleges and Universities. The Foundation Choir has been a major activity of the school year. It provides special music for the regular church services at the First Methodist Church, Alva. The Campus Relations Committee is composed of Prof. Noble Hanson, Prof. John N Cameron, Marjorie Geist, Max Bradley, Bill Simon, Joan Kirkland, Fred Neuman, Mr. Beck, and Leland Walker Activities consist of a Sunday School Class, a Sunday Evening meeting and several social events during the year. OFFICERS President ..... .................. .... M A RJ ORIE GEIST Vice-President . . . ............... ..... M AX BRADLEY Secretary ..... ........ B ILL SIMON Treasurer ..... ................ ..... 1 O AN KIRKLAND Minister .......................... .... P ERCY W. BECK Director of Music and Youth Activities . . ..... FRED NEUMAN RANGER STAFF HE RANGER STAFF, composed of thirteen members, has generously given of their time to make this, THE RANGER, an outstanding record of Northwestern's activities during 1948-1949. The Editor and Business Manager take this opportunity to thank the staff, Hal Owen, photographer, Paul Bennett, the Semco Color Press and everyone else that has helped in making this book. We hope you like it! FRONT ROW: Oleta Manske, Treasurer and Business Managerg Cecil Conaway, Assistant Editorg Barbara Breford, Editor. BACK ROW: Joan Kirkland, Class Editor: Hollis Scott, Sports Editor: Hazel Buchter, Class Editor, Don Brown, Artist, Patt Liggett, Reporter, Beverly Fuson, Class Editorg Bob Lehr, Assistant Business Manager, Rosalie Henderson, Society Editor. INSET: Joyce Roberson, Bob Beck, Paul Nighswonger, Photographers. '01 -sms W, Fm I 1 tvs NORTHWES TERN NEWS HE STAFF OF the Northwestern News produces one of the finest college newspapers in the state of Oklahoma. Every issue is filled with interesting news items as well as pictures of events, students, professors and athletic teams of the college. The news is gathered, written, and edited by the very capable staff of Northwestern students under the supervision and direction of Mr. David E. Mackie, Journalism instructor. The Northwestern News serves as a public relations organ for the college. It also gives much val- uable experience in the field of journalism to the students that are members of the staff. TOP ROW: J. Mancillas, D. Pendergraft, Bob Gill, David Mackie, instructor: Jim Gilmore, Bill Highfill. CENTER ROW: Irma Jean Strawn, H. Callison, V. Reed, J. C. Sanders, Al Rundle, Tom Treece. BOTTOM ROW: H. Johnson, C. Burling, Vesta Butler, Lavonne Burkhart. gh- EU! in I1 l 5 5 aw PUBLICATIONS BOARD HE BOARD OF PUBLICATIONS, governing body of the annual, is selected by the Student Council, but functions as a separate unit. It selects the editor and business manager of the annual and ap- proves the staff. The Board aids in the promotion of sales and the actual work in forming the book. It is the sincere desire of the Board that this book should represent the spirit and the memories of Northwestern State College. A BACK ROW: W. S. Vance, Sponsorp C. D. Conaway, Bob Lehr. FRONT ROW: Vesta Butler, Oleta Manske, Chairmang Bennie Henry, Sponsor. C Not pictured: Georgia Ann Redman, David Mackie, Sponsonl ZIPPERS HE HZIPPERSW are a pep organization who co-operate with their brothers, the Wranglers, in creating school pep and enthusiasm. The Zippers have given their support to the teams by attending all home football and basketball games. They are willing to give their support in all college activities whenever needed. Highlighting the many activities of the year is the annual spring formal. It is looked forward to by all the girls. OFFICERS President .. ............................................... VIRGINIA COLES Yell Leaders . .... NAOMI FAYE MCALISTER, PATT LIGGETT, and LOU JOHNSON FRONT ROW: Caldwell, McNally, Lucas, Coles, Peach, McMurphy, Brown, Inez Patterson, Sponsor. SECOND ROW: Elmore, Randall, Breford, Rocque, Kennedy, Rader, Brady. THIRD ROW: Stanley, Jones, Evans, Rambo, Shirm, Redman, Williams, Cottom. WRANGLERS THE WRANGLER PEP Organization was activated in 1934 for the purpose of encouraging pep on the campus of Northwestern State College. This organization selects its members. Before a pledge becomes a full fledged Wrangler, he must go through a "Pledge Week" and a final initiation. It is during this period that the College Joe proves that he is worthy of becoming a Wrangler because he must learn to take as well as to give. If you hear "Pledge, bend over and touch the ankles" or "Meat", you'1l know that the Wranglers are at work with their paddles during pledge week. Wednesday is "Wrangler Day" and each member is easily identified by the red jacket, red tie, and black shirt. ,, The organization has two formal dances and one informal party-the latter with their sister organi- zation, the Zippers. The Sweetheart Formal is held in the fall and the Annual Spring Formal in May. The latter is known as the "dance of the year." - The Wranglers are very active during the Homecoming celebration-they serve as guides and ush- ers and always enter a float in the parade. Wrangler candidate BOB CROW won the "Ugly Man" contest, proceeds of which went to the In- fantile Paralysis Fund. The club goes on one football and one basketball trip a year to encourage the team. At all home games the traditional paddle line is presented during the half. This is for the benefit of the members who arrive late at the games. "ONCE A WRANGLER ALWAYS A WRANGLERJ' A OFFICERS President .........., .......................... B OB BROWN Cheer Leaders . .....,. JOHNNY GOODMAN and CLIFF BURLING FRONT ROW: Goodman, Rundle, Reipe, Brown, Hutchison, Burling. SECOND ROW: Hibbs, Nickelson, Lantelme, Eck, Ramirez. THIRD ROW: Ward, Ferris, Larrison, Parsons, Loesch, Talley. FOURTH ROW: Lyons, Glasgow, Larkin, Holton, Smith, Calhoun, Lewis. .. ..i "N" CLUB HE "N" CLUB, composed of Northwestern lettermen, was organized in the fall of 1937 for the raising of scholastic standards among Ranger athletes. Upholding good-fellowship and exerting a unified force, the club has proved a necessary cog in Northwestern's Athletic Association. After completing a strict set of initiatory duties and being approved by the organization, athletes lettering in any of the Ranger sports are eligible for admittance to the club. For the last three years the "N" Club has furnished all awards to lettermen. OFFICERS President ........, ................ .,..... B I LL FORD Secretary-Treasurer . . .,........... ...., B OB SCHERICK FRONT ROW: Sumpter, Reinke, Brooks, Stout, Ford, Hepner, Scherick, Eck. SECOND ROW: Templin, Simmering, Hall, Doane, Johnson, Swoveland, Williams, Highfill. THIRD ROW: Page, Parker, Landreth, Gilmore, Pendergraft, Hoskins, Kamm. FOURTH ROW: Gill, Sheldon, Mueller, Olson, Long, Rountree, Walker. Z! ,ff-1--uf 1 , V 1 M? -,-us: -2 . xx .l I 1 4 v'-M?,-..., cms' AL , Anmssxou 4' My -,, , - V 34.1 v. , W .nn , my .. ...QQ WMMWW , . V iw- 4 Ef' 11 L. WEE?- ---p-. -M - -E W. D. NEWBY Athletic Director I . . l Mr. Newby graduated from Friends University of Wichita in 1924. He received his M.A. from the Uni- versity of Michigan in 1935. His first coaching job at Northwestern began in 1927 when he served in the capacity of football and track coach. He coached on this campus for six years, then to a coaching position at Northeastern State College, returning to North- western during the war as Physical Education instruc- tor for the 92nd Cadet Training Detachment, Air Corps. With the resumption of intercollegiate sports he became Athletic Director. DICK HIGHFILL Head Coach Dick began his coaching career at his old alma mater in 1946. He was at that time ap- pointed basketball coach and assistant foot- ball coach. This year he was advanced to the position of head coach. His teams in both football and basketball have made a good showing. ffl KENNETH KAMM Assistant Coach Serving his first year as a coach, Kenny has done an exceptionally hne job. He is a former all-conference center of the Ranger team and is finishing his work on his degree this year. As assistant football and basketball coach he has proved invaluable to N.S.C. cf! 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Q. .. 7.4 - ' i'rAI" - Ana- i... L -. . Y .- l ,rl A Pi ,r .1 f 1 . 1 1 v 1 I 1 I .nf fl an 1 .4 va 1 1 if'. - .Y ' 31 ' 'AV' W Lil 1-lq fl Q - . SGW? A fd, "M P' . 'P YM .- - '- Agnew ' LJm'J'p-'Q 3 1 r 1 -L ,fl 1' ' . My . 1 2 THE RANGERS 1948-49 HE ENTIRE RANGER football squad pictured above weathered the season with the average amount of bruises, sprains and broken bones. Playing bang-up ball every game and making their opponents sweat blood for every yard gained, the boys ended the sea- son with two wins, one tie and Eve losses. Starting from scratch with inexperienced squad men, Highfill and Kamm worked their cornbina- tions of brawn and brain into a fast moving, hard hitting group of linemen and backs. Sparking the team thisyear was Beet-footed Bob Sumpter who shifted and twisted out of the grasping arms of numer- ous opponents. 1 1' 8' vi r , 0 a,.m , J, ,, . . 1 , , 0 1- '11 3 r r ,, 1. it ,, . . .. ' 1 L-33 f-ps. -se.,-Q.-f'v"T'. r 1 If Ov ab L I-IENKE COFIELD G. 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I-F1..V.j.Qb V, d.. ,QQ .fr Nil x, , , ff' 'N -ww-" .. ,V , . ft1.,'e?fiEg' w- ,ek-'S' f'j5',55-,gjigir SCOTT EDWARDS Back Back 1 .4i,,X V HHN UR HIST IE-BME A v.f.fJf Q., 1 . L J, . Y . 1948-49 RANGER BASKETBALL SQUAD The 48-49 Ranger Basketball team came out on top of the conference list this season by tying for the cham- pionship with East Central. Leading the way to victory were, VanZant, Keeney, Stout, and Johnson. These four were named on the All-Conference basketball team. THE RANGER B's R, ,, Wes Keeney fn, 5 , Ab ' 1 Z5 e Bailey Vanzant Ji' v 1: Q "Hn I. i Don Hall Loyd Stou .CRM J l MAX BRADLEY RONALD NELSON BOB SUMPTER DARREL WOODSON KARL REINKE 1 4 L s 1 1 1 w ALAN AMES LYNN GARNER 32 H l 4 . 'E K. CV LARRY KORN GALEN B ONHAM JACK TEMPLIN '-4 Q 1 X- ,N Y. ii Nl xW ' 1 J 5 451.1 -lg il 11 q 1 - "fN'LE Tl' K mmm ....T.......f.... V lf . . " ' N 'N Q ' -' H '. ct" 'A-YET ' 1 l ike . .V. a 1 I 1 A a ft- at M wif ' ff ,LW H ag MK f. 9 I rfb .- x , . - A , ' Fp!Kfi1"E i xv! ft . 5 4 '52 I wg fl WT l I' H SE! ' johnson Keeney Coach Highlill mm' ' Sumpter Stout " -- as 5 ,V1-v..'V:' f L1 - V, I -1 fgffemia 'Fi Us Egg 1- 1 :A I I - 1",-,E-1, t , '-' l ta I if Q- gig? s , "" Refs IQ X tif l. : I- A if xxyw 1 f ' ,a ' f ' g x" , 'sr y I I Q, I' ' 'Q' Vanzant Reinke McGuire Simmering Vetters - ,. " g o f ll f.l-wi I W Q ww Nr.-2 1 -"' Ny, 'g g f W ' f' W r Hepner Bradley Scherick Nelson Eck THE RANGER Baseball team was re-organized in 1947 after the manpower shortage caused by the war was supplemented by the return of veterans and the suspension of the draft. The boys are coached by Dick Highfill. They are looking forward to a successful season this year. , 'T .. u I ,M an 3 'I Q T L""-nu... ,M -4 in I , nz- 1, '4 v 'ig fr i 4 . v Ma? I J , 1 , all 4 it HMS.: . ,-dl l Q, .4 f . - , a af .,.1sgi,' ru 1:-wil, J W . I A i., 1 i A W. E it i - -5 'fi -T - s i I Yr ' . - :- , . W li , 1-. 2 , 'il' t i.. Q c. :se . , ... . -- Z A .I .ffl WR ' i 3, f , - :. -H 1 - Li? P, :' I it V 1 ' V' F I 'V A W. A. A. i OMEN'S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION promotes physical efficiency, mental alertness, and good sportsmanship by building good recreational habits. W. A. A. was first organized on the campus February 14, 1936. The organization disbanded during the war and became active again during the fall semester of last year. The organizationsponsors tournaments in both team sports and individual sports for any girl on the campus who wishes to participate. Since the reorganization of the W. A. A. many other recreational activities have been added to the schedule. FRONT ROW: Patterson, Throckmorton, Coles, McMannis, Bouton, Stapleton, Troutt, Caldwell. SECOND ROW: Pekrul, Williams, Z. Brown, Shirm, Whitmer, Beard, Evans, L. Brown. , Square Dance Club SQUARE DANCING has become a popular co-recreational activity on the Northwestern campus. The club has presented several programs for the student body in addition to the fun that members have at the meetings which are held every Thursday afternoon. The club is sponsored and taught by Inez Patterson. OFFICERS President . ...,.. .......... ..... H E RBERT BAI-IM Vice-President .... ..... D ICK SI-IEPPARD Secretary-Treasurer . . ...,. FLORENE PEKRUL 'I ' b Q I3 :Ag . Y 1 M- 5 x 5 . . 55 3 - ,J ' ' fag ' x ' J. ,fg ? L ,J I ,. H 2Q:y",.j52' ..f - fb, ...,,g .1 rn ,g H v A A g,,,31:,:..f:'px-.:'o1 - - ' 1 A3 . 1 W e R V' , L ' L H k Z' ' mf . Q JF 'U' . ' ffh' x mg Q .1 W RH ,xf ' W, '-.x 5. n ' W we -. 1 kk ' , A4 sv' Q , x , V 'F 41 , 75 .- , fe. , . Q as -,ww .M -,.'Yf-, 0 - 'ffl.,"4 - 4 . - ,f - fm E 1 .LSL , . ,, Q' x '- Jef' wbff. q '1-'QW . 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I fx 1? . ff: iv' 1914 W A , mi Wi w k x f f F3 ' Y ,mg 4' 45' I - L Li: L. Q-W 0 v ' I Ll yr ' ff 'If , Y ' 1 ' " . I. M' 1 3 f .N I " x 9 ' ,. . u f., ' af" V gglxi .f.,,,4y'i, ' . Pa'-,fn . ,..,. Q I - . , . ,hy . , Lg , V I I ,,- . i- '.f 1 L W L, 's Q.: .2 4 , Y fiv'-H . up 'VL' , ,Q I V C lggqx -9- 5 . it 'b PAN-HELLENIC THE PAN-HELLENIC Association is formed by the four social sororities on the campus, Sigma Xi QSigma Sigma Sigmaj, Delta Sigma CDelta Sigma Ep- silonj, Beta Sorority CPi Kappa Sigmaj, and Alpha Sigma CAlpha Sigma Alphab. The four sororities are represented by the president, another initiated mem- ber and the sorority sponsors. The organization duties are to create friendship and good will among the sororities, to sponsor formal rush week, to act as a clearing house for all sorority problems, and to aid the school in any way possible. FIRST ROW: Oleta Manske, President, Phyllis Brunsteter QBetaj. SECOND ROW: Loreen Randall,President,' Lucern 'Pinegar fDelta Sigmaj. THIRD ROW: Glenda McCu1la, Presidentf Mary Bowles QSigma Xij. FOURTH ROW: Phyllis Wilson, President, Mildred Guin fAlpha Sigmaj. A 'f n ?57fkQW"Wf,12fgm Wigffwv X9 lf' ' l'1 ,?'kff'm-.1,,,ygZ:32'Z M' 'MH,1fx5X51,,x'Y'5A 'xetlfv ' I WIQM1, W, MN-,M W A Q1 my ' wf A k -, 396 'fi 'YiWiaM'59Wgm'5' WR' WS if Ywf3'K?l':-wfjfkgi "li: W 5WM ikWWfLf 5? W-MQW X . k'fQ?ixX,N'4fK'XtR V W ,.A,5.M1jgv ,X 4 x Presiclenfs Home ETA SORORITY, formerly Pi Kappa Sigma was organized on the Northwestern campus in 1898 thus bearing the prestige of being the oldest sororlty on the campus of the present four Beta Chapter celebrated its Fiftieth Anniversary last fall with a Golden Jubilee Dinner and Dance Its purpose is to encourage high ideals, scholarship, and service to the college and the student body Beta Sorority sponsors a full program of 2ClI1V1lIl6S each year including the Founders Day Ban quet Mother s Day Tea, Candlelight Dinner Dance, an assembly program and a Christmas party The sorority now holds the P1 Kappa Sigma scholastic cup-for keeps and Estella Crouse was awarded the scholarship ring. President ,...,.. Vice-President ......,. Recording Secretary .. Corresponding Secretary Corresponding Editor . Treasurer ..,......... Sergeant-at-Arms , Sponsors ,...,... TOP ROW Johnson Evans Jones Redman Liggett G Breford Roberson, Brandenburg FRONT ROW Gordy Crouse Manske B Breford Brunsteter CNotp1ctured B johnson VanOcker Frazee Baltz Herrlckl MATTIE LYDAY MISS AFTON BILBY january I I ei r 1 -..i V-1 i ,Q 7 wesc-e if:'Q'ff,i, S Wai f' uw- hwy NH- f 'Y , Q 0 Own fi 1 if V . xx i 'F 5 lf 7,35 November 2 r ...,.,...-q ffl October Rf- .27 X, May J une -, 2 Deffernber R 1. f 2 3-4 1 4 L ,, N W f' A pr1I X,-I July 151, Y A w ,111 DELTA SIGMA ELTA SIGMA was organized at Northwestern on April 4, 1916. Delta Sigma, which had formerly been the Shakespeare Club, holds as its aim the development of well-rounded personalities and encouragement for high scholastic attainment among its members. Delta Sigma each year sponsors a full program of activities, including the observance of Founders' and Mother's Day. Christmas and birthday parties are always held each year with the alumnae. The Rose Formal Dance each year climaxes the year's events. In addition, the chapter publishes the Student Direc- tory each fall. OFFICERS President .......... .............. .....,.., L O REEN RANDALL Vice-President ..,...... .... N AOMI FAYE MCALISTER Recording Secretary ....... .,...,.. L UCERNE PINEGAR Corresponding Secretary . . . ,.......... NETTIE MCNALLY Treasurer .,.......,..., ..,. S HIRLEY ANN SCHAEFER Chaplain . . , ....,..... JOAN KIRKLAND Sponsor . . . . ,MISS WILMA ERNST FIRST ROW: Henderson, Pinegar, Hohweiler, Loreen Randall, McAlister, McNally. SECOND ROW: Miss Katherine Mires, Rocque, Fuson, Stanley, Kirkland, Dew Ann Randall, Miss Wilma Ernst, Hinton. THIRD ROW: Hawkey, Strawn, Carson, Beard, Rambo, Eller. FOURTH ROW: Brown, Buchter, Burns, Nelson, Schaefer, Elmore, Throckmorton, Butler. 'isghflxx w- - 1 2 W ki 4 If 1 , M qw ,gg - .... mmm '1?':7-Mew gf , nv-.Q "'.-. V 1 a ,p " f , f .f. w 4 . kr f 5 7 Y ,M YS: 1 M HN L I 0 I QNX' A 1 x1":Q"',' 1 A, f g- 381511 ,-I? ms ' .2 'fm -. ' ' 1 X 8 1 1' 'f 125 ""'!l JRE' 2 5 i ALPHA GAMMA GAMMA LPHA GAMMA GAMMA was formerly Alpha Sigma Alpha. The purpose of the sorority is fourfold, social, intellectual, physical and spiritual development of its members. The Alphas take an active part in all organizations and school activities. In looking back over the year the Alphas think of such highlights as the Regional Convention in Kansas City, the Star Dust formal and coronation of Karl Reinke as Sweetheart, the Circus dinner party, F ounders' Day, the Gay Ninety dance and the Christmas party. OFFICERS President ....... ..,.............. ......,., ' . .PHYLLIS WILSON Vice-President . . , ...,... ...,......,... M ILDRED GUIN Secretary .,..,. .... H ELEN LOUISE PETERMAN Treasurer .... ...,...... M ARY LOU HAINES Registrar . . ...,...... Q ...., DELL RUSSELL Chaplain . . . ...............,, VESTA WILSON Reporter .,........ MARGARET PETERMAN Sponsors I. . . ...., MRS. BEARD, MISS HUGULEY BACK ROW: M. Wilson, Hanna, Caldwell, Fountain, D. Wright. Benefiel. THIRD ROW: Russell, Fountain, Hager, Bonner. SECOND ROW: Hepner, Mrs. Beard, V. Wilson, Coles, P. Wright, Armstrong, Lucas, Peach. FRONT ROW: Guin, Haines, P. Wilson, H. Peterman, Miss Huguley, M. Peterman. -:Bb HZ? -M-was mzzsf? 'fly .Jill S 2' xx ,. ' R ' 'ff'-, . al , ,, 'V 'll , ' ,Aj it N " - -Hi 4. . H fix, kv ' ' Z a , -.. rf- nw f r..-as my P, aw 'F' -,,, H fn--167' .j ' , fg?""i... .-Q , 'K' ' Sip, - , ,,. j Y H "'1fkh,gM ml" P w-male: Mk H 1-A . . , V f- ' ai?5YifiieEW 52 Q - 4 - -1 k ' 'ali , ..g:g,., ' 4" iff,,,,,,w,..'. 4 9522-1l35f7'xg'a3Pk N' F , 1: A-, '-3 .rv f' 'f'a,gfj'j f -l ,. 5? i -'Nj-., A ,:E:,!j1Av,g.v' W 1:-2:-2-afs"g1L1:e..: A ' - M' Q 5 1 X ' I SIGMA XI SORORITY IGMA XI SORORITY is the former Sigma Sigma Sigma Sorority. On April 20, 1898, eight students at Virginia State Normal School, Farmville, banded together to form Alpha Chapter of Sigma Sigma Sigma. Xi chapter was installed at Northwestern December 1, 1915, the second sorority on the campus Last April, Sigma Sigma Sigma celebrated its Golden Anniversary with a Golden Jubilee Banquet Special guest was Mrs. Marie Dunham, National Executive Secretary. The aims of Sigma Xi are to stimulate high endeavor, to develop leadership, to promote unselfish cooperation and to create a friendly spirit in all human relationships. OFFICERS President ....... ...,.....,........ Vice-President ....,.. Recording Secretary . . . Corresponding Secretary . . . ............ . . . . GLENDA McCULLA MARY BOWLES FLORENE PEKRUL . . .ELAINE MOORE Treasurer ...,....,...., .--- - .-.-------' - ..........GRETA JONES Sponsors .,.......,..... ...,. M RS. HIGGINBOTHAM, MISS GENUIT BACK ROW: P. Molz, Gardener, Stapleton, I-loner. THIRD ROW: Whitmer, Miller, L. Molz, Guify, Linng. SECOND ROW: Genuit, McMurphy, Brady, Kennedy, Strutton, Caldwell, Higginbotham. FIRST ROW: Jones, Bowles, McCulla, Moore, Pekrul. 1 R E Q si 1 l ' Y: 't 'Rib Y pw ,Q1y, , M ' 'KI ..-..f.,,.,,.,.-. S Nw, ' I9 '1 'iz 7 1 vvf WE 35' M g SIGMA TAII GAMMA IGMA TAU GAMMA, founded in 1920 as a national teachers college fraternity, was established here at Northwestern in the year of 1927. It now has 26 chapters scattered over the United States. The purpose of the Sigma Tau Gamma is to secure closer companionship among its members and to develop high moral character and leadership on the campus. Regular business meetings are held each week on Tuesday. Numerous smokers are held through- out the year. The highlight of the year was a formal dinner-dance held in honor of the "Rose of Sigma Tau", Miss Wanda Peach. OFFICERS President .,.... ............ - . . .CECIL D. CONAWAY . . . . .GLEN EVERSULL .BOYCE WILLIAMS .BILL HENDRIE . . . .GEORGE PFLEIDER . . . .EDDIE HEPNER . . .FRED NEUMAN . . . ,HERB BERRY Vice-President . . . Secretary ..,... . , , - . - Treasurer ............. .----- Corresponding Secretary . . Sergeant-at-Arms , ...... - - Chaplain ..,.... Saga Reporter .. FIRST ROW: Williams, Nelson, Eversull, Conaway, Hendrie, Parks, Pfleider. SECOND ROW: Berry, Poppe, Riggs, Hiobs, I-Iepner, Strong, Taylor. THIRD ROW: Lewis, Sponsorg Floyd, Buck, Covalt, Neuman, Schaefer. FOURTH ROW: Beatleyl-Iickman, Klick, Haley, Lehr, Hepbum, Pierce. " Vx E Y iff ' 'iii fx 1 ab , , h- "YN v ,ii . Wh L, , P ' I.: U , -. if 3 '11 1 V W 1,. E I ,Q ' 'im , j Q54 ,M 4 lil I 1.5 ' at -rv 55:2 if x ' W- 1 . --,V X I il 'Z .94 rf yi DELTA T All GAMMA HE DELTA TAU GAMMA fraternity was organized on the Northwestern campus as an independent fraternal organization in 1938. It was founded by eleven Northwestern students for the purpose of improving the social and educational facilities and has strived to achieve the ultimate as a social organiza- tion. Delta Tau Gamma's highlighting social event of the year was their sweetheart dinner-dance held in honor of Miss Bonita Throckmorton, the Delta Tau Gamma Sweetheart. The Delta Tau fraternity holds weekly meetings to discuss social conditions on the campus and each month holds an informa1'dinner. OFFICERS First Semester President ..,.,.... DAVID MCELHINEY Vice-President .......,.. DON BROWN Secretary ..,... ,... W ARREN REITZ Treasurer ...,.,. , . .DICK SHEPPARD Chaplain ,.,....,. .... , .BILL FUSON Sergeant-at-Arms ....,.,. KARL REINKE Reporter .........,. JIM TILFORD Sponsors .......... KENNETH KAMM, HAROLD HUNEKE Second Semester President ...,... H. LELAND STEFFEN Vice-President ...,,,.. WARREN REITZ Secretary ..... ..,.... , BILL FUSON Treasurer ,..... ..., G ENE BUCHTER ..., . .BILL RAY Sergeant-at-Arms ........ KARL REINKE .DICK SHEPPARD KENNETH KAMM, HAROLD HUNEKE Chaplain ......,.... Reporter .......,... Sponsors . . .,.... . . FRONT ROW: Shepard, Brown, Fuson, Steffen, Reitz, Hale, Beneiiel. SECOND ROW: Parks, Goodman, Ray, Allen, McElhiney, Nickson, Edwards, Mosshart, Kamm. THIRD ROW: Reinke, Buchter, Roller, Shockley, Engleman, Allison. !Not pictured: Gill, Gilmore, Sheldon, Graham, Tilford, Young, joseph, Cockrum, Simon, Greggs, Nighswonger, Crockett, Taylor, Ray, Smithj. r- ' H' n 1 ' .1J1'Qm xii nd 1 . . 1 QI I , . l Introducing the new school songs, written by Floyd A. -McClain in response to a contest sponsored by Chi Beta Nu frat. These two songs were the flrst place entries. Northwestern, Alma Mater Oh Northwestern Alma Mater, In our hearts you will remain. To keep your honor and your glory, Our devotion we proclaim. In days to come and years begun, Throughout the land we'll praise your name. For all your honor and your glory, And your great undying tame, We hail our Alma Mater. Ride Rangers Ride Ride, ride, ride, Rangers ride, And we will win this game tonight. Fight, fight, fight, Rangers tight, And everything will be all right. Score, score, score, Rangers score, And we will win just like before. More, more, more, Rangers more, You gotta ride and fight some more. Ride, ride, ride, ride, ride, Fight, tight, fight, tight, fight, Ride, ride, ride, Rangers ride, And we will win this game tonight. Fight, fight, fight, Rangers tight, And you gotta ride 'em hard and ride 'em far, And ride, ride, ride, and tight, fight, iight. ,. -2',4,.... .ZA i if Q31 fr- 2 .xbcgtclpm Our FRIENDS Q H :Q9lf,,.1, M w ,x , -- , SW.:-" k' 7 , , . .... W I - "A-'.. DS, xx i .-is xfigli , . 'Ja :ff 721 ' ' :Q-W"'f, ff 'L ' K' 2. 'B ' XM 151235 --Li' " , I f ' ' .H "F ,1 .5" Z-,L .- V. ' - 'gy 'Jf' 1 4 '.,..s, 4 f, . ,. , - we-V . , O 'yawn YEARBOOK Lithographed by . . SEMCO COLOR PRESS FINE CULLEGE AND HIGHSCHUUL ANNUALS B, L,5EMTNER 129 N. W. 3rd ST. P"'i'le"' OKLAHOMA CITY h ,Q ,es , f E. A. Breford Motor Company Authorized Buick Sales Bn Service-U. S. Tire Distributor Fourth B Normal Phone 801 ALVA, OKLAHOMA JONES AMUSEMENT COMPANY THE 3 R's OF ENTERTAINMENT Rialto - Ritz - Ranger Q-N--. -- mXYX ll MONFORT'S FIVE-STORES-IN-ONE DRUGS-GIFTS SCHOOL BOOKS ATHLETIC GOODS FOUNTAIN N' MONFORT'S Grew up with Northwestern 56 Years of Service 1 893- 1 949 DIAMONDS WATCHES JEWELRY V Home of Quality Since 1894 J. w. MONFORT Keep zn tune wztb the times" Come In and play a tune on a fine modern organ or plano The tnnest ln Instruments and appliances featured at WOOD APPLEMAN CO. COMPLIMENTS Woods County News FRED BUTLER Sales 8:3 Service Authorized agent for English Fords Features American Fords in Trucks, Stationwagons and Passenger Autos Nash Sales and Service in Alva Riclgeway Naslm Company E S --A rv. -, A Firestone has everything for your home and auto North side of square in Alva Chambers and Robertson O, all An Old Firm "UP TO DATE" in Alva "Your Friendly Purina Dealer" . W. B. JOHNSTON GRAIN CO., OF ALVA, OKLA. Phone 142 GRAW ' COAL ' EEEDS ' SEEDS sfh Q .d sam Fe Adm. ALVA ROLLER MILLS MADE-RITE FEEDS - HONEY-BE FLOUR Cherokee, Okla. AWG: oklu- WADE'S GROCERY features friendly and courteous service, this with low prices and good merchandise creates satisfied customers. ALVA ELECTRIC is the store that can meet all electrical needs. Latest home appliances at reasonable prices. South side of square. , Q, .FY ll ' 'I I l I rung? lm : mmf Ill! I v 'llll f ,g , BIRD PONTIAC SALES 81 SERVICE A Fznc Car Made Even Finer" Hydro motic Drive Optional on all 1949 Models 630 Flynn Phone 'I60 Alva A l l Complete Home Furnlshmgs Highest Quollty Furmfure Af Lowest Possuble Prnces Colony Furniture Co Phone 3 Alva, Oklo Wiebener's Grocery and Market Shop at the Food Center LQZWI I, - i A wi T ' 1 'MLK 1, , , gi ' ' 'N 2- a:,,1,j- W., . A I Arnett ' 15?-LA. ' I S ly C m ny 'I A A HPD 0 Pa H 4 , 6 I I wx Illlllll. WESTINGHOUSE g 14 Ranges, Roasters, Refrigerators, 'ATM f- R-'N , W ,A ,J 4 Q ' Radios, Washers and Ironers 1 ,- 2-A - " I fer-' , -'- T f A ' ' ,ah ,w - ' . , , .. H-q 5 , - ,, .',, 1' ,--- it f 4, . I - G-T, - 5 7 I i fig:-,ly .-I , ' 'J .' V L A. ,E A A A .. " ,M-, I .g 2, 'fart QA 3, 1- -. - m fg. ...M , fs '-15 'QW , ' ' 5 f '- ' . t' !v4P""'!1?Q 9 ' I my TO Q' 1 Tw: A - .R-.-. ...rp -- -.., -. --.-- J. .. aye' .f,.. 'V fr -gr -u--.vs-ne.12g.-ak -un-1 A-:v..uuvn. gg--rf as 1.1 ' ""' , 'ff"1.L1'mF"' 3,5 "' -f I' 1 -I -I 1 ' ' Y v V . . ... A .:a , ---e 1 4 x Q,-:W jfgw fp., F' .525 f jg L E" 'L -1 '37 192- fd ..- A Y'-71' . ' I 'Q . ...x f r It if pf V Y' 'I fvir T, 1:23511 L ' FM ' ' L-5... Z., W. I A j ,S im.: A' 1' "" fi' 'A -LLZ I ' f 13 ' TEAR: - A V , var A I A Ff ' H f" ' F " 'V' A J If I if ' - ws T' W1 - A , . 1 1. 7--. - , 'A '., iw- ' A :sf Q- rig, fm r' ff- X, +151 it ' 5 U ,., " :E ffffia If " " '- " .. fa . .r 4'0" " ., ' V- ' . Alva Chamber of Commerce LEADING AGRICULTURAL AND LIVESTOCK COUNTY IN NORTHWEST OKLAHOMA AERIAL VIEW OF BUSINESS DISTRICT HOME OF NORTHWESTERN STATE COLLEGE fr 'll lmm W. W. STARR LUMBER CO. COMPLETE BUILDERS SUPPLIES Burlington ALVA Dacoma Carmen Hopeton HOME ELECTRIC AND APPLIANCES H O T P O I N T Modern home appliances -featuring- Hotpoint stoves and irons PAUL AND SON INTERNATIONAL SALES 8. SERVICE Farm Implements - Tracks and Parts Phone 424 Alva, Oklahoma , wen-i'g:f: fZ'if:+-Q5 W L""""-N ' - KT:iv'T,QiE.'3 .ki j 3'f- rr r ' gfwsy 'fs V V V V ' '3ffffi25f2Qi? 4 ' gf" .2 -' - f-idifl Y- !--I .. im 5 JY H '-- - ,,..f '- RICE-HUFF The lotest foshions in men's clothing DEVERY IMPLEMENT COMPANY M. 8: M. Form Equipment for all your forming needs ' "- 'Wi AA ' -4--u..'-'.4 9121: .1 ' . 'af ' 2 W i ' ' 1 ' ' if ' : R, . . Q , U . ALVA BODY 8- FENDER WORKS Pockord Soles 81 Service 'Reo Trucks COMPLETE BODY REBUILDING 81 PAINTING '24 Hour Wrecker Service 401 Barnes Phone 522 ll T '! 1 i SHAFER RADIO SERVICE RADIO HEADQUARTERS Phone 235 AWG, Okla- 'Use E For the best in foods Acmd A D N meats visit your friendly " GROCETERIA Fooo sToRE I. ,R 1' 4 Isl - 'i D IDE EDWARDS MDTDR DDMPANY -featuring- CHEVROLETS and OLDSMOBILES Jetts have fine merchandise, excellently trained and courteous clerks to make your shopping a pleasure. Meet the Gang at Coffman's Cafe Alva's Good Place To Eat Across from the Campus THE FRIENDLY FUNERAL HOME A Beautiful, l-lelpful Service Stiles - Howerton Phone l95 24-Hour lnvolid Service "Meet Your Friends at Warrick's" The Most Walked About Shoes in Town Freeman Shoes Connies for Womer Jacqueline I!-fy 'J-,,.. ---.N Weatherbird Shoes :S I The Dr. Pepper Bottling Company in Alva always has a large stock of your favorite 7' P speedy delivery to your home or place of business. h 4 ,. c . A, "gr sf-, ydt r,1y. yuyuyusuuu .fsf M of .,rt R A I Siren, -- - -A , A- , , ' A :3iif'1 ffll.li, 'm f V M, ,,,l.wi4m4.,m- -' ' no if' ' x T ,, w i'l!"M"' 'WIW if . ,, - - it :,:--- ,, , M, ' . r i W ' il gg V-dull, is I' H 15.5 YA T, " - L .Q FARMERS COOPERATIVE ASSOCIATION Alva, Ashley, Avard, Capron, Hopeton, Noel. iir l, "1 ', T . s fggf :fir f X -1 ,- if- 1 ,.:, . is . it olive W ' Ugq,g'il2'l'?.ll i A F . sl bottled drink on hand available for W 'V -it '-' I ' ll 'l'i I Ei- TT ' l r in L . :":".5"gi'g " 1 I l 1 .ww 'T 4' X I 'nag wgrr . qt au, - ,ft 14 . A H , ,X ,,. ---. 1 ,s W ., N ALVA REVIEW--CUURIER Latest National and Local News Wright's Cafe A Good Place To Eat 29fZ6hM oeweuzv ommonos 5 N . ,R PANGBURN'S feature fine foods properly prepared The.. Pix THEATRE L""' always features the latest and best films 1 JOHN W. DEERE DEERE slsnvrcrs srArloN Gasoline - Oil- Tires - Accessaries 502 Normal Phone 242 FILSON OIL Courteous, efficient service Open 24 hours Latest Fashions E. 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