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CELEBRATE Spirit Old Glory, the National Anthem, and Loyal and True are all symbols of school spirit. For one hundred years students have backed this school with their participation and attendance. However, time has brought change. In 1959 Pam Redus was a flag-bearer for the Blue Blazes Band. In 1984, Wildcat mascot Jennifer Simmons presents the school flag to the student body 6 School Spirit
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Ross Alsup reads a resolution presented to the Pans Independent School District. On the previous evening during the half- time game between the Wildcats and Idabel, the Wildcats of the past, from 1919 to 1980, were honored. Mr. Clyde Antome received applause as the oldest living member of a Wildcat team — the team of 1919. Several decades were represented with former athletes, cheerleaders, coaches, and students enjoying the festivities. The Centennial organizing committee was chaired by Debbie Burks, a Justiss Elemen- tary School teacher. Also serving on the committee were Mattie Belle Rast, Kathrvne Crook, Clarice Holt, Martha Dennis, Dr. Beth Fouse, Elaine Ballard, and Loren Stephens. Mr. Paul Trull and his wife. Ann. along with Mr. Ben Coker and wife. Jeanne. |Oin other administrators in the services to unveil the historical marker. Opening
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One visible change is the size, shape, and design of the school flag. Another change can be seen in the cheerleading squad. In the past cheerleaders, known as yell leaders, in- cluded both guys and girls. One thing has not changed. Students, parents, and friends continue to back the Cats with pep rallies and super attendance at Noyes Stadium. Whether at home or on the road, Wildcat fans ring the Cats on to victory each week. The best things never change. Wildcat fans wilJIy backed the Cats in 19W. Foi Ex-students Noyes Stadium is a cherished place to remember. School Spirit 7
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