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Three o the most desiraole traits one can
develop in Hi h School are those of loyalty,
cooperation and friendliness. D
As you come to the close of the 1951-52 school
year, may it be said that you have developed each
of these traits to the extent that you are now
stronger individuals - mentally, socially and
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la is the priyilege and the duty of the principal to know many
students. As principal, I have known of the troucles, real or
imaginary, the happiness, fleeting or enouring, and the problems,
serious or trivial, of the boys ann pirls of Quanah High School.
Our goal is to help all students, to give them the satisfaction
of successful years during High School, and to inspire them to be
able to meet and conquer the proolems of the years aheao.
Now as another school year closes and another group is graduate
' W ' d tes the full realization
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of their ambition.
wish for them and ior all Era ua
Martha Brandon Sue
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Quanah High School is fortunate in having a
very efficient Dean of Girls. In the office
which she maintains, with the help of student
assistants, she keeps girls' attendance records
and deals with all girls' discipline problems.
She is available for conference with students
at specified periods throughout the day. She
works in connection with the principa1's of-
fice in carrying on the school's guidance pro-
Miss Burleson has the respect and friendship of
all the girls.
MISS RITA BURLES ON
MRS EDITH MCKINNEY
En ghsh Coach
MRS LETHA MORRIS MRS ULETA JENKINS
MRS ALMA HOLCOMB WALKER P TODD
MRS. KAY PENGELLY MRS. MARY C. JESSE
Health, Scxence Mathemaucs
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MRS. MARIE BAILEY
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MRS. ANNIE JAMES
L. E. GRAY
MRS. HELEN HOOK
MRS. VIRGINIA SMITH
REX W. MONROE
History, Geography, Coach
Civics, American History
W. H. HOWORTH
SANDRA ST ORE
Algebra, Physical Education
JO ANN STINE
IVIRS. DELIGHT HENDERSON MRS. BILL BAKER
History, Geography School Nurse
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Mrs. Nannie N. Teams
Mrs. Goldie A. Owen
Mrs. Musetta Jenkins
Imagine feeding five hundred
hungry children every day! Like
the old woman in the shoe, they
must want to " feed them broth
without any bread" sometimes, but
nourishing meals are served by these
women. Their work is made easier
and eating more pleasant by the new
cafeteria of which we are so proud.
The HIOSI long-suffering tolerant
people around Quanah lligh are
pictured on this page. Their jobs
require the love of a mother, the
patience of Job, and the unfail-
ing energy of a genius.
as e mms
S, M. Owen, Mabe Barbee, Mr,
White, Charles Hale, G. G. Nor-
ton, Polk Barnes, O. C. Griffin,
"This is the way we go to school
So early in the morning."
Their job is complicated by
muddy roads and the fact that
their students always sit behind
them. They love children we
know because they are still s
Mr. J. E. Allen
Mr. I. W. Moore
Mt. I. W. Turpen
House cleaning for almost six
hundred boys, and girls, and
teachers! They begin early
and stay late - someone has
to lock up after night play -
rehearsals! In winter, one
of these men are in the build-
ing at all times.
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W. R. BRALIEL
Home Room Sec. -Treas. 505 Band 49, 50,
515 Junior Music Lovers' Club 50, 51, 525
Treasurer 525 Choral Club 50, 515 Accom-
panist 515 Junior Play Cast 515 Interscho-
lastic League, Essay Writing 50, Debate
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Treasurer 525 Best All-around Girl 525
FHA 49, 50, 515 Junior Play Cast 515 4-H
W. R. BRAZIEL
Baseball 50, 51, 525 Senior Class Favorite 525
Editor of Pow Wow 525 Assistant Editor of
FHA 49,505 Drivers' Education Club 515
Junior Play Cast 515 Annual Staff 525
Senior Play 52.
Football 495 Vice President of Class 49, 50
Courteous Drivers' Award 505 Pow Wow
Staff 515 Choral Club 515 Junior Play Cast
515 Senior Class President 525 Annual staff
525 Student Council 525 Interscholastic
League Debate 50, 52,
Junior Music Lovers' Club 49, 50, 51, 52,
Secretary 525 FHA 49, 505 Squad Leader's
Club, Vice President 525 Annual Staff 495
Choral Class 49, 515 Vice President of
Freshman Class5 Freshman Class Favorite
495 Secretary-Treasurer of Sophomore Class
505 Band 505 Office Assistant 51, 525
Cheerleader 50, 515 Football Queen 525
Student Council 51, Secretary-Treasurer 52
Lions Club Sweetheart 51, 525 Junior Play
Cast 515 T. I. S. A. Delegate 525 Personality
Pageant 525 Interscholastic League Typing 52
Junior Class Favorite 51: Home Room Vice
President 51: Secretary-Treasurer 52: FHA
President 52: Parliamentarian 51: Library
Club President 52: Feature Editor of Pow
Wow 52: Speech Club President: 4-H Club
Reporter 51: Choral Club 50, 51.
Football 49: Basketball 51: Baseball 49, 50,
51, 52: FFA 49, 50, 51, Reporter 51, Milk
Judging Contest First Place 50: Choral Club
49, 50, 51, 52: Home Room President 52:
Drivers' Education Club 51.
Home Room Secretary 49: Class Secretary-
Treasurer 50: Secretary -Treasurer Library
Club 50: Class Favorite 49, 50: Forensics
Club 50: Homemaking Award 50: Student
Council 50, 52, Secretary-Treasurer 51:
Choral Club Accompanist 51: Girls' State
Rep. 51: Junior Play Cast 51: Drivers' Club
51: Junior Music Lovers' Club 52: Accom-
panist 52: Delegate T.I. S. A.: Cheerleader
52: Annual Staff 52: Senior Play 52: FHA 49
50: Debate,49, 50: lnterscholastic League
52: Office Assistant 51-52.
FHA 49, 50: Choral Club 52: Speech 52:
Senior Invitation Committee 52.
Student Council 49, President 52: Band 49,
Student Conductor 50, 51, Drum Major 52:
Debate 50, 51: Extemporaneous Speech 50,
51, 52: Home Room President 51: Junior
Play Cast 51: Forensics Club Treasurer 50:
Choral Club Treasurer 52: Annual Staff 52:
T. l. S. A. Delegate.
JO LYNNE FAUBION
Junior Music Lovers' Club 50, 51, 52: Choral
Club 49, 50, 51. 52: FHA 49, 50, 51: One-
act Play 52: Junior Play Cast 51: Drivers'
Education Club 49, 50: Senior Play 52:
Valentine Queen 52: Annual Advertising
Manager 52: Volleyball 52: Vice President
Sophomore Secretary-Treasurer5 FHA
Treasurer 49, Reporter 505 Football
Queen 495 Student Council 505 Choral Club
505 FFA Sweetheart 525 Loveliest Girl 525
Volleyball 525 Annual Staff 525 Basketball
JO ANN GLOVER
Senior Play 525 4-H Club 49, 50, 51, 52,
District Winner in Dress Revue 525 FHA
49, 525 Senior Invitation Committee 52.
Band 495 One-act Play 50-525 Class Reporter
515 Senior Boy Declaimer 525 Choral Club
President 525 Senior Play 525 Wittiest Boy
525 Junior Play Cast 515 Home Room Presi-
dent 525 Drivers' Education Club 515 Cheer-
leader 525 Class Prophet.
Football 49, 50, 51, 525 Pow Wow Editor 51: FFA
Secretary 49, 51, Historian 50, Dairy Products
Judging Contest Second Place Texas Tech. 5
Vice President of Class 515 Home Room Presi-
dent 505 Senior Play 525 Secretary-Treasurer
Drivers' Education Club 51,
RICK EY GRIFFIN
Basketball 50, 51, 525 Choral Club 51,
Treasurer 525 Cheerleader 51, 525 Drivers'
Education Club 515 Junior Play Cast
Boys' Quartet 515 President Canteen
Valentine King 525 Pow Wow Sports
FFA 49, 505 Art Editor of Annual 525
Club 525 Student Council 525 Home
President 515 Class Favorite 495 T.l.
Home Room Reporter 49: Student Council 50,
Vice President 51: FHA Historian 50, Secre-
tary 52: FFA Sweetheart 51: Pow Wow Busi-
ness Manager 52: Junior Play Cast 51: Office
Assistant 51, 52: Choral Club 51.
Student Council 49: FHA Club 49, 50: Home-
making Award 50: Highest Average in Class
50, 52: Interscholastic League 50, 51, 52: Home
Room Secretary 51: Junior Play Cast: Runner-
up for Football Queen 51: Office Assistant
51, 52: Class Secretary 52: Most Courteous
Girl 52: Senior Play 52: Annual Staff 52: T.
I. S. A. Delegate: Honor Society.
Student Council 49: Junior Music Lovers'
Club 49, 50, 51, 52, Song Leader 51,
Reporter 52: 4-H Club Reporter 49: FHA
49, 50: Band 49, 50, 51: Choral Club 50, 51,
52: Volleyball 50: Pow Wow Feature Editor
50, 51: Secretary-Treasurer of Home Room
51: Senior Vice President 52: Drivers'
Education Club 51: Annual Editor 52: T.I.
S. A. Delegate 52: Class Favorite 52: Junior
Play Cast 51: Senior Play 52: Declamation.
Football 49, 50, 51, 52: Handsomest Boy 52:
Baseball 50, 51, 52: Home Room President
51: Vice President of Home Room 50: Drivers
Education Club 51: Track 52, District.
Cheerleader 52 FFA Secretary 52 Annual
Staff Business Manager 52 Band 49 50 Office
Assistant T I S A Delegate
Baseball 49, 50, 51, 52, Captain 51: Basket-
ball 50, 51, 52, Captain 52: Football 51, 52:
Class Favorite 51: Home Room President
51: Golf 51, 52: Track 52: T.l.S.A. Dele-
Football 48, 49, 50, Manager 51, Choral
Club 503 FFA 49, 50, Regional Team
FFA Quiz 49, Annual Sports Editor 52p
Most Courteous Boy 52: 'I'.l.S. A. Dele-
FHA 48, 49, 50, 51: 4-H 48, 49, 50, 51:
Teachers' Take-Off 50, 51, Pow Wow
staff 51, 52.
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Senior Class Treasurer 52, Junior Music
Lovers' Club 51, 52, President 523 T.I. S.
A. Delegate 523 Annual staff 52, Office
Assistant 51, 52, Interscholastic League,
Typing 52, Spelling 50, Shorthand 52,
Junior Play Cast 51, Highest Average in
Class 49, 51: Student Cotmcil 49, 51: FHA
Club 49, Parliamentarian 503 Band 49, 50,
President of Freshman Class 493 Honor
Society: Class Historian 52.
Football 49, 50, 51, 52, Basketball 50, 51,
52, Captain 52, Baseball 50,51, 524 Track
525 Debate 52: Student Council 50, 51, 523
Senior Play 52: Class President 50, 51:
Choral Club President 51- T.I. S. A. Dele-
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Home Room Secretary 49, FHA 49, 50, 51
Treasurer 52, Band 49, 50, 51, 52, Band
Sweetheart 512' Assistant Librarian 51,
Office Assistant 51, 523 Wittiest Girl 52,
Pow Wow Feature Editor 52, Mailing
Editor 529 Junior Play Cast 51, 4-H Club
BILLY JOE WHITFIELD
FFA 49, 50g Football 50: Boxing 49:
Speech and Dramatics 49.
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VICE Pres1dent, PAT TEEL
Secretary and Treasurer, DAN HOOK
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BAR BARA DANIELS
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RAYFORD WALKER BOBBY WILLIAMS
JUNIOR HOME-ROON OFFICERS
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J. W. Ashford
Mary Ruth Brinkerhoff
He len Bryant
Anna Ruth Downs
Leta Faye Duncan
Sha ron Eaton
' Don Edmonds
R. L. Pjdmondson
George Ann l' illlblilll
John J. Hanna
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Ronald Ke nne dy
Lola Kleppe r
Elva .Toe Kyle
Jo Ann Moore
R. L. Muncrief
Martha Owen 1
Roy Norman Sansom
Mary Alice Smith
Jackie Stokes I
Jerry Taylor 'Q
Nane tte Thomas
Rex Ann Walkup
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Avalee Young - Kenneth Ingram
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Marie Ennis, Secretary and Treasurer
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W. D. Hopkins
F rancis Johnston
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AIMS AND PURPOSES
The arm of the Student Councrl IS to uphold the h1 h
g standard and frne tradtuons of Quanah Hrgh School by makmg
and grvrng suggestrons rules and socral plans for the students all of whrch helps to encourage good crtrzenshr
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t e student body presrdent vrce presrdent and secretary treasurer wrth
varrous class presxdents and home room re
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ACTIVITIES OF THE 1952 COUNCIL
State workshop in Denton: Luncheon with
civic leaders: Member of National
Association of Student Councils: Sold
pennants: Sponsored Bon Fire: Sportsman-
ship Code: Host to Visiting Teams: Spon-
sored Radio Programs: Assemblies every
week: Directed elections for all school
favorites: Decorated halls for Christmas:
Decorated for Football Banquet: Spon-
sored Twirp Season: Adopted War Child:
Sent students to T.I. S. A.: Sent Repre-
sentatives to Personality Pageant: Annual
Awards to Outstanding Senior Boy and
Girl: Uganized National Honor Society,
and Future Teachers: Helped Choral
Club in Stunt Night: State Convention:
Host to Visitors in QHS during Public
School Week: Babe Ruth Sportsmanship
Award: Emily Post Award.
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Others in the picture, left to right, are: Mrs. Bailey,
Advisor: Troy Ellis, President: Bobby Williams, Vice
President: Margaret Boynton, Secretary-Treasurer:
Mary Smith, Assistant Secretary and Representatives
Sam Eubanks and John McCrary.
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First row: Counselor, Mrs. Delight Henderson, Taylor Culler, Sherry Adams, Dorothy Stone, Norma Glover,
Sherry Hendrix, Mary Brinkerhoff, Jack McGuire.
Second row: Judy Burke, Wanda Howard, Mary Smith, George Ann Faubion, Sue Spears, Billy Neal.
Third row: Don Edmonds, Pat Burke, Bud McCrary, Martha Brandon, Dan Hook.
Others Not Shown: Shirley Murphey, Sandra Rogers, Shirley Wilkerson, Sandra Newman, Geraldean Rigsby,
Wilma Taylor, Betty Thomton, Marie Ennis, Bob Holcomb.
New to Quanah High School is the National Honor Society. This Society strives to stimulate scholarship and to
recognize the qualities of leadership, service and character in the students.
The Senior National Honor Society consists of twenty-nine members, under the leadership of our President,
John McCraryg Vice President, Don Edmondsg Secretary, Martha Brandong Treasurer, Patsy Burke: and Reponer,
Dan Hook. Members must have an honor roll average the previous semester and maimainthe average throughout
the year. The sponsor of the Senior Honor Society is Mrs. Bud Henderson.
The activities include formal initiations, introductory teas, banquets, and regular monthly club meetings.
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The Organization marched in the Santa Rosa Parade. lt or-
ganized a Band Boosters Club to raise money for band work.
This organization will contribute very much in the future years
to the band work. A formal Spring Concert was given thus end-
ing the 1951-52 year for the Quanah High School Band.
Band members are: BARITONE: Tillman Butrill, Geraldean
Rigsby. BASS CLARINET: John J. Hanna. BASS HORN: Cleo
Bradford. CLARINET: Lynn Clements, Janice Foster, Sherry
Hendricks, Yvonne Issacks, Jimmy Johnston, Betty Jolly, Ron-
ald Kennedy, Jo Kyle, Jo Ann Moore, Ken Morton, Jackie
Phillips, Mary Alice Smith, Avalee Young. DRUMS: Peggy
Ellis, Marie Leonard, Peggy Teel, Troy Ellis. FLUTES: Pan
sy Turner, Rex Ann Walkup.
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Troy Ellis Howard is escorted off the
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Jo Kyle Troy Ellis Drum Major and
Assistant Drum Major Majorettes Janette Risinger
Jo Kyle and Rex Ann Walkup
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The Junior Music Lovers' Club is composed of high school girls interested in music. It was
organized in 1940 wtih Mrs. Lawrence Powell as sponsor. Girls are elected to membership
by invitation. This year there are thirty members. Among the year's activities were the
formal reception opening the year's activities, a Christmas Cantata, Cake Sale to raise money
to support a Chinese child, the annual Silver Tea
and book review, and
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Assistant Treasurer, Jo Kyle We
Federation Reporter, Geraldean Rigsby G60
School Reporter, Jacquelyn Johnston
Accompanist, Patsy Burke
C0l1HCi1Or , Mrs. D. C. Jefferies
C0-Councilor, Mrs. Rufus Taylor S
Choral Director, Mrs. Hubert Wells
Pictured above are:
Organist, Wilma Taylorg Pianist, Patsy Burke
First row: Mary Ruth Brinkerhoff, Lola Klepper, Elane N4
Gossage, Geraldean Rigsby, Mary Alice Smith. Second row:
Sandra Mitchell, George Ann Faubion, Janette Risinger,
Barbara Coats, Rhoda Stone, Newlyne McSpadden. Third row:
Jo Kyle, Shirley Wilkerson, Barbara Sims, Sue Spears, Margaret
Boynton, Jo Ann Moore. Fourth row: Sammy Merritt, Jo Lynne
Faubion, Anna Ruth Downs, Marie Ennis and Alva Joy Downs.
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The purpose of the F. H.A. is to become better homemakers and to promote
democracy through the home and civic life. Any High School student who
is enrolled in a homemaking class or has been enrolled is entitled to be-
come an active member. Some of their activities are: cake and rummage
sale, initiations, radio program, Dallas Fair, area meeting, F. H. A. -F. F. A.
party, and the crowning of the F. H. A. Sweetheart.
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- . HELEN SPARKMAN, Historiang MARIE ENNIS, Historiang
V SHIRLEY MURPHY, Secretaryg JOYCEJOHNSTON. Vice
X935 HOMEMAKER Presidentg VIRGINIA COKENDOLPHER, President: Jo ANN
Q9 S LINK, Parliamemanang PANSY TURNER, Treasurerg
IANELLE INGLE. Song Leader.
First row: Francis Hamrack, Edna Pitts, Virginia Cokendolpher, Mary Helen Trapp, Betty Jolly, Barbara Williams, Norma
Glover, Sandra Newman, Jo Ann Glover, Joyce Johnston, Anna Ruth Downs. Second row: Patsy Stokes, Wilma Taylor,
Janelle Ingle, Barbara Sims, Geraldean Rigsby, Pansy Turner, Shirley Murphy, Christine Richardson, Sandra Mitchell,
George Ann Faubion, Janette Risinger. Third row: Margie Collins, Tommie Buckhold, Avalee Young, Jo Ann Moore,
Sherry Adams, Joyce Barnett, Lola Klepper, Rex Ann Walkup. Louise Duncan. Fourth row: Leta Duncan, Sandra lngle,
Janette Yandel, Peggy Ellis, Pat Landers, Shirley Dake, Judy Burke, Virginia Atwood, Mary Alice Smith and Mrs. Uleta
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Accomplishments of the F. F. A. were: Sweep-
stakes Winner of district contest, Sweepstakes
Winner of area contest, went to Wichita Judg-
ing Contest, went to state contests, went to Mid-
western, Anti-Stage Party, annual project show,
radio programs, district and area banquets,
elected sweetheart, 42 party, Father-Son Ban-
quet, party for F. H. A. and party for Practice
Teachers QPete Carminati and Harry Hamiltonl.
Don Wisdon, Tommy Cokendolpher, Taylor Cullar, Francis Earl Johnson,
Billy Mayfield, Thomas Stone, Jerry Brandon, Kenneth McNabb, Roger
Waldrip, and Charles Dennison.
First row James Johnston Lynn Clements, John Brandon, Taylor Cullar, Don Todd, Cleston Payne, Kenneth McNabb, Billy
Cummings Robert Quisenberry, Doris Loveless, Jeanell Foerster, Henry Watson, Jack Dunlap. Second row: Eddy Pruitt,
Bobby Lee Pitts Lloyd Walker Claudie Poole, Billy Mayfield, Roy Norman Sansom, Tommy Cokendolphet, Charles
Straughan Don Wisdom l-rancis Earl Johnson, Jimmy Grisham, Thomas Stone, J. M. Barnes, Charles Strickland, Roger
Waldrip Third row Larry Chism, Bobby Young, Charles Dennison, Winifred Scott, Cleo Bradford, Dean Ratliff, Billy
Neal Jerry Ross Charles Richardson, J, W. Ashford, Jimmy Joe White, Carlton Bailey, Layton Mayes, Buddy Scharnagel,
Jerry Brandon Rayford Walker Kenneth Hargesheimer, Wayne Richardson and Mt. Todd.
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Edna Pitts, Kay Fergeson, Janice Forster, Sue Spears, Martha Brandon, Pat Faubion, Emma Ruth Murphy, Dorothy
Stone, Margie Collins, Peggy Logan, Ileta Huffman.
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Only those who had been ly
in the 4-H Club in pre-
vious years could join the
club this year.
Their activities for this
year are: March-Dress
Revue, April-helped with
concession stand at the Calf Show, May- Assembly,
May-present picture to school for the cafeteria.
There were also two parties during the year for mem
Jo Ann Glover winner of the
County Dress Revue.
Librarian, Mrs. Letha Morrisg Assistant Librarians, Virginia Cokendolphet, Nelwyn McSpadden, Shirley Turpen,
Gracie Ouigg, Sherry Hendricks, Betty Thornton, Barbara Williams, Avalee Young and Glenda Barbee.
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The Squad Leaders' Club is composed of students who have an A average in Physical Education: a B average in all school subjectsg dependability
PF0mptness: initiativeg the ability to help others without arousing antagonism: and are above average in skill in several activities and excel in some.
The duties of the Squad Leaders are to report the absences to the teacherg to act as office assistant in the gymg to lead squad activities and assist
in teaching fundamental skillsg to help organize teams: and to supervise the showers and locker room.
The members of the Squad Leaders' Club are President. Henry Watson, Vice President, Margaret Boyntong Secretary-Treasurer: Sandra Mitchell:
Shen? Adamf-. Joe Ann Moore, Mary Alice Smith, Shirley Barnes, George Ann Faubion, Virginia Cokendolpher, Maxine McCullough, Barbara Simms
Beal' MGHSCI. Judy Fields, Evon Price, Marilyn Stone, Anita Epps, Dawn Cadle, Patsy Colgrove, Sylvia Muncrief, Nancy Garner, Clarence Walser,
Hughie Whitmire, Pat Fagan, Jack Jameson, Truman Houk, Leonard Malone, R. B. Hawkins, Billy Land, Bobby Wall, John Thornberry, Arthur
Malone, Jerry Martin, Billy Neal, Doris Loveless, J. W. Ashford, Carlton Bailey, Jacky Daughtry and Ricky Griffin. Miss Ellabelle Radford and Mr.
Foster Watkins are the sponsors of the Squad Leaders' Club.
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H. Hatcher, Gossage, Coach Conley.
Third row: Coach Price, W. Scott, Green, Wilson, McCrary
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First row: Francis Srader, Bobby Williams, John McCrary, Robert Houk, Larry Chism, Don Edmonds.
Second row: Coach Price, Rickey Griffen, Charles Richardson, Eddy Walker, Johnny Wilson, Vernon
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Requirements for membership of the Junior National Honor Society include approval of faculty and maintenance
of an A average fninety or abovej for one semester. To remain in the society, an average of ninety must be
maintained. The purpose of the National Junior Honor Society is to stimulate scholarship and to recognize the
qualities of leadership, service, and character in secondary-school students. The activities include formal
initiations, introductory teas, banquets, and regular monthly club meetings.
MEMBERS SHOWN: Top row, left to right: Joy Holmes, Helen Bobo, Anita Wyman, Bobby Wall, Richard Ham-
mond, Leon Huffman, Betty Barnes, Jerolyn Sue Cummings, Nancy Gamer and Anita Epps. Second row, left
to right: D, D. Burke, Marvin Black, Jerry Don Gibson, Marion Hook, Ann Tabor, Betty Rudisill, Lewyn lobe,
Wayland Quisenberry, Paul Holcomb, John Hamilton and Mrs. l-look, Sponsor. Bottom row, left to right: Dor-
oth Brinkerhoff, Curtis Outlaw, Betty Harrison, Jackie Preston, Dawn Cadle, Peggy Stockstill, Florene Barbee,
Bal-bam Dennis, Mary Katheryn Plunkett, Winene Herring and Jane Dennis. MEMBERS NOT SHOWN: Kay Hanna,
Leona Powell, Jimmy Lee and Michael Stephenson.
row: Jo Ann Henson, Glenda Davis, Rosemary Brazil, Sharon Herring, Jon Ann Stepp, Marcia Sims, Anita
1, Charlene Lamb, Betty Mansel, Marilyn Davidson, Gladwyn Gillespie, Carol Koch, Melba Bates, Dar-
Whitfield, Jane Dennis, Barbara Dennis, Jean McPherson, Nettie Loffler, Joy Cokendolpher, Phillis Williams.
row: Sharon Anderson, Danny Mohon, Johnny Dunlap, Clyde Driver, Kenneth Grisham, Lane Hinton,
Jobe, Jimmy Lee, D. D. Burke, Zona Jowers, Charles Ann Lowe, Alice Malone, Judy Fields, Gail Johnson,
Anna Handy, Anita Epps. Third row: Patricia Hughes, John Calvin Marshall, Travis Horn, Marvin Black,
Hampton Marshall, Doug Edmonds, Rudy Hall, Paul Holcomb, John Hamilton, Tommy Color, Darnell Wilker
son, Mary Turpen, Barbara Horn, Neal Greathouse. Fourth row: Billie Williams, Mary Gregory, Nancy Gainer,
Harvey Marshall, Sam Eubanks, Horace Griffin, Don Walkup, Leon Huffman.
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Betty Sue Barnes, Donna Wilson, Jerolyn Cummings, Peggy Brazil, Betty Lou Rudisill, Jane Harrison, Anita
McDaniel, Carol Baze, Majorie Jacobs, Sandra Brazil, Marilyn Stone, Judy Foster. Second row: Gail Cook,
Tempie Milligan, Margaret Wheat, Betty Roberson, Darlene Weede, Mary Smith, Dawn Cadle, Wynell Gill-
patrick, Bobby Wall, Leonard Malone, Clarence Walser, Donald McGuire, Jack Jameson, Donald Harmon, Joann
Cornelious, Patsy Colgrove, Michael Stephenson, Jetone Smith, Oisdon Mathewes, Kay Hanna, Dossie Marrow,
Joy Holmes. Third row, last two: Darlene Rushing, Betty Stewart, Laurie Osborn. Fourth row, first four boys:
Charles Dhane, Truman Houk, Johnny Fellows, R. B. Hawkinsg last seven on right: Hugh Don Hackney, Wayland
Quisenberry, Curtis, Jackie Preston, Joe Carroll, Leon Taylor, Hughie Whitmire.
First row Lois Cobb Jetone Smith Nola Moore DeLo1s Milligan Marilyn Stone
EV0l'l PICICC Jo Dell Davis and Edna Juan Cummings
Second row Peggy Wood Carolyn Tomison Marcia Dee Sims Gail Johnson I
Charlotte Newman and Barbara Dennis
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Bobby Norris Eugene Griffin Dan Pettit LynnGlover and Travis Horn 1 1 5'
Second row Dwain Stephens Wayland Quisenberry James Carpenter
Billy Don Scott Danny Mohon Jerry Gibson Tommy Cullar and Rudy
3' Hall. Third row: Horace Griffin Jerry Ingram Jerry Phillips Doug Price Huey Don
Hackney Dwain Edmonds Melvin Butts Bobby Brandon and Billy Jack Landers
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Frank Qurgg Truman Houk Johnny Fellows, Dale Davxd O'Ray Osborne
Second row Ted Kyle James Fagan Jack1e Preston Jack Jameson Leon Huffman Roy Gray Jxmmy
Gnsham Lewyn lobe Sammy Eubanks Dan Hawkms Coach Wade McNatt and Manager Doug Edwards
QUANAH JUNIOR HIGH PAPOOSES
The Jumor I-hgh football team won dxstnct and received
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Johnny Fellows Bllly Land
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four t1mes and won tw1ce
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Leona Powell Mar1an Hook D D Burke Joy Holmes
Marvm Black Donna Wxlson MarJor1e Jacobs
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Jackie Fincher, Kenneth Grisham, Coach Wade McNatt.
Second row: Troy Houk, Keith Hodo, Truman Houk, Dale David, Johnny Fellows.
Third row: Doug Edmonds, Ted Kyle, Jack Jameson, Clarence Walser, James Pat
Fagan, Bobby Brandon, Frankie Lamberton.
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JUNIOR HIGH ACTIVITIES
A Junior High physical
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First Aid, Basketball, Volleyball, Wrestling,
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Lunch in the new cafeteria
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Mr. I-Ioworth giving absentee slips.
4-H Club organized.
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Bonfire to celebrate wmning district.
Winners of magazine subscriptlon contest.
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Iowa Park on all-fours tackles
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Game with Iowa Park.
Hillbilly gals at stunt night.
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Crowning of the Valentine King and Queen.
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Delbert Hooper, Elane Gossage, H. L. Gossage,
Rex Ann Walkup, Tillman Buttrill, .To Faubion,
.Timmy Johnston. Miss .To Ann Stine, Director.
Znd place District
Mary Ruth Brinkerhoff
Dan Hook-4th District
Pat Teel-4th Regional
Sammy Merritt-lst place District
Sherry Adams-lst place District
Don Edmonds-lst place District
Delbert Hooper-Znd place District
T roy Ellis - 1 st District
Pat Burke-Znd R
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Roy Samson wrth pnze beef
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High School Cafefe
Iuvocafion ..-.... Rev. John Cunningham
lingnashr ,---,,.-, Bill Neal
Welcome-To 'Wwe Gredfosl' Show on
Erik .q.......-..... End Ennis
Response ....-E.. Sammy Blaknoy
Trio--"Mm on ilu Flying Trapezi' ...-
Anna Downs, Lola Klsppor, Jo Ann
Moore.. Acc.-Wilnxa Taylor
OUR 1952 I
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Clown Slunis -.., Bob Ellis, John Hama
'THQ Grew Pbuclinf' .... Bobby Jones UNIQUE IDEAS OF
Word! from Hia Lian, Tamer ,L W, E,
H od: THE JUNIOR
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Grand Entrance Juice
X? 4 3 Parade Potatoes Tight Rope Beans
TRAPEZE BAKED HAM
3 Ring Salad Clowned Beats
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The senior members of the Honor Society
receive their pins in assembly. Made us
all resolve to work harder! It was really
something and we are proud of them.
Hot days arrive and the 1951 s Bgb Ellig takes up money
fountain realli' becomes POPUI-af! Brandon. Koch. for Crippled Children--for the Student Council.
wait in line, while Spears gets a long, cool drink.
Senior Breakfast at Jacqueie
Johnston's. A swim later on
honored the seniors, too.
The year is almost gone.
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Horatio H'elfrey -
Miss Talulah Tate
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- - Mitzie Bumgarner
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- -Jackie Johnston
- - - Sandra Rogers
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The seniors on these two pages have been chosen
by the faculty. Election to Who's Who signifies
outstanding achievement in the chosen field during
SA Nihn' Nl,.'XKN EY
Social Studies and Bookkeeping
Boys' P. E.
h d G s P E English
A large mysterious box on the stage
is found to contain Johnny Wilson
who emerges to read the class will
He is assisted from the box by Junior
Class President Earl Ennis and Junior
By Johnny Wilson
We the senior class of 1952 in the town of Quanah
in the county of Hardeman and the state of Texas
being of weak body and in the usual state of mind
Patsy Barnes leaves her red hair to Janette Yandell
Sammy Blakney leaves his nice neat manner to
Patsy Burke leaves her yo yorng ability to JoAnn
Margaret Boynton leaves her walk to Elane Gossage
W R Braziel leaves his baseball playing ability to Randy Akers
MIIZIC Bumgarner leaves her Eldorado boy friends to Billie Johnston
Mildred Butts leaves her quiet manner to Barbara Daniels
Virginia Cokendolpher leaves her sports ability to Vernie Rogers
Jackie Daughtry leaves his laugh to Jimmy Jones.
Ted De La Vega leaves his interest in Mr Howorth s Board of Education to James Logan and
Troy Ellis leaves to ms little brother Bob his ability to make a fool of himself in Student
Jo Lynn Faubion leaves her sweet disposition to Miss Radford
Janelle Foerster leaves her cute figure to Betty Wade
Rickey Griffin leaves his ability to get along with women to Bobby Jones
JoAnn Glover leaves her mild temper to Sammy Merritt
Bill Medlen leaves his ability to play football to Arthur Lee Henderson
Bob Hendrix leaves his ability to write inspiring poems to Cleston Payne
Delbert Hooper leaves his wittiness to Henry Lee Watson
David Jobe leaves his huge physique to Beefy Wilkerson
Iacquelyn Johnston leaves her ability to work hard to Sue Spears
Shirley Murphy leaves her smile to Jeannie Beall
Sandra Rogers leaves her modesty to Rex Ann Walkup
Jerry Ross leaves his technique to catch women to Bud McCrary
Vernon Scott leaves his ability to tell a lie and make people believe rt to Bobby Williams
Pat Teel leaves her volleyball ability to Maxine McCollough
John Thornbury leaves his scientific mind to Bennoit Herring
Audine Tinker leaves her ability to say the right thing at the right time to Lola Klepper
Pansy Turner leaves nothing to nobody because of lack of anything to leave
Shirley Wilkerson leaves her brain to Johnny Green.
Johnny Wilson leaves his ability to act like an idiot to Billy Jack Cromartie
Billy Whitfield leaves anything he's got to anyone foolish enough to take it
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In witness whereof, we the senior class of 1952, set our hand and seal on this 23rd day of
1952 SENICR CLASS HISTORY
by Shirley Wilkerson
The little group huddled together in front of the impressive brick building looked rather frightened.
No wonder- -we were about to take the first step toward our high school career--our Sub-Freshman
year, 1947-48. But with Ted de la Vega, president: David lobe, vice-In-esidentgand Joyce Ann
Pritchett, secretary-treasurerg and with Mrs. Marie Swindell and Mrs. Marie Bailey for sponson, we
soon leamed our way around.
As we opened the doors in 1948-49, it was like stepping into a long hall. At the other end we could
see sunlight streaming in. Reaching that sunlight was our goal, a goal which took four long years.
For our Freshman officers we chose Shirley Wilkerson, president: Margaret Boynton, vice-president,
and Jeanell Foerster, secretary-treasurer. Our sponsors were Mr. Foster Watkins and Mr. Shirley
By the time of our Sophomore year, 1949-50, our feet were firmly planted with determination to
reach the sunlight at the end of the hall. We had Johnny Wilson, president, Sammy Blakney, vice-
presidentg and Margaret Boynton, secretary-treasurer for our leaders. Mrs. Helen Hook and Mrs.
Alma Ruth Holcomb were on hand to guide us.
Then came our Junior year, 1950-51. We elected Johnny Wilson, president: David Jobe, vice-
presidentg and Shirley Bailey, secretary-treasurer. Miss Uleta Ashcraft, Mr. Rudolph Ashby, and
Mr. Shirley Anderson helped us through our struggles. Pleasant memories of our Junior year were
the Junior-Senior Banquet, Junior play practice, and the Class Picnic held at the end of school.
Our Senior year--here at last we could see the end of our journey. This year has been the most
wonderful of all. Among the pleasant memories are the Baptist Banquet, our Senior play, AMAZ-
ING GRACIE, the Junior-Senior Banquet, Senior Day, Commencement, and last, but not least,
our TRIP to COLORADO.
To help lead us in our most important year we chose Sammy Blakney, president, Jacquelyn Johnston,
viC6-PICSNBHI: Sandra Rogers, secretaryg and Shirley Wilkerson, treasurer. Miss Katherine Marshall,
Miss Ellabelle Radford and Mr. Walker Tood have been our sponsors.
Now we have reached the sunlight at the far end of the long hall, and we see before us the world.
Now we are going on to make our place in the world, but whatever we do, wherever we go, the
"good ole' days" at Q.H. S. will not soon be forgotten.
by Bob Hendrix
Graduation is quite a word
The meaning is quite deeper
Not that we're just on our own
But whether we're our own keeper.
Q. H. S. is not so large
But tis quality not quantity, you know
So proudly we glimpse once more
This dear old place before we go.
The things we did both great and small
The good and the bad we recollect
Our dreams of days and years to come
The mind's eye views with due respect.
Here for years we have worked and slaved
For the knowledge we hoped to gain
Now may we apply it with the greatest skill
So that our efforts have not been in vain.
To better our home, we better ourselves
With knowledge as the foundation
For what the future holds in store
Must be our best creation.
But with these fond memories lingering still
We face the open road of life
And wish upon our underclassmen
The best of luck through the coming strife.
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It was qurte a corncidence that our rocketshrp ran out of atomrc fuel Just when rt drd for had rt not I
probably would never have been reumted wrth my old classmates the 1952 Senrors of Q H S
My former schoolmate Bob Hendrrx now ambassador to Lower Slobovra and I hrs secretary were re
turmng to Washrngton for an emergency sessron on a loan for that country when our rocketshrp suddenly ran
out of fuel We landed the shrp as best we could stepped down to look over our predrcament and saw a
farm house not far away We made our way to the house to ask drrectron to the nearest town where we
hoped to buy atomrc fuel to contrnue our Journey We knocked on the door and Iackre Daughtry and hrs
wrfe Vrrgrrua Cokendolpher Daughtry answered After a brref chat we persuaded Jackre to take rs to
town rn hrs new Jetmobrle As a partrng grft he presented us a jug of hrs strongest apple crder whrch we
decrded to use to rncrease the blast off power of our trme machrne
We walked to a Jet plant where we hoped to learn where we could obtarn fuel The statron owners
Davrd lobe and John Thornberry sard they knew nothrng about rocket fuel We asked them to tow the
shrp rn and they sard they would send therr grease monkey Shrrley Wrlkerson to brrng rt rn and leave rt at
the local arrport
After recervrng drrectrons to the nearest helrcopter stop we left for the busrness drstnct I notrced
as we got on the helrcopter the prlot looked famrlrar he proved to be Brll Medlen another old classmate
and berng afrard to rrde wrth Brll as rt was nearrng noon we walked into Scott s Soup Shop owned and
operated by Vernon Scott hrs wrfe Patsy Burke Scott and therr three sets of trrplets ages mne ten and
srxteen The warter who took our order I recognrzed as W R. Brazrl Whrle wartrng for our orders I be
per stated that Sammy Blakney had had another attempt made on hrs lrfe by one of hrs subjects
Just as we were paying the cashrer rn walked two honeymoon couples Jerry Ross four trme wrnner
of the Indranapolrs speed classrc and hrs wrfe Sandra Rogers Ross and Brlly Joe Whrtfreld four trme loser
at Srng Srng, and his wrfe Pansy Turner Whrtfreld They told us they were gorng to attend the dedrcatron
of Mt Foerster fformerly Medrcrne Moundj The name was berng changed rn honor of Janelle Foerster t e
screntrfic mrner who had dug rnto the Mounds and drscovered uramum At thrs trme I heard a ternble com
motion rn the drmng room and assumed it was an Elk s Convention but the warter told me rt was only Rrckey
Grrffrn hrs wrfe Jo Lyrme Faubron Grrffrn and therr seventeen chrldren havrng lunch
As our rocketxhrp would run on lrqurd uranrum we rented a flying Jeep from Pat Teel and drove out to
Mt Foerster and got a load of solrd uramum We left the raw mrneral at the chemrcal plant of JoAnn GIOVCI'
who was going to convert rt rnto lrqmd for us
We then returned to town and started a small scale srght seerng tour We saw a large srgn Rrgor
Mortis the Fnendly Undertaker whrch we found to be no other than Johnny Wrlson who had recently
married Margaret Bubbles Boynton of dancrng fame On down the street I saw another srgn The Petite
Shop for Women owned by Slurley Murphy and Jacquelyn Johnston Therr sales slogan was we can get it
for you wholesale
As we walked on, the aroma of frsh came to our nostrrls We followed the smell and came to Ted s
Fish Market owned by Ted de la Vega He told us that his best customers were Barns Butts and Bumgamex
who were members of the Professronal Anglers Club
As rt was gettrng late, we went back to JoAnn s chemical plant to see rf our fuel was ready It was and
JoAnn delivered us and the fuel to the arrport where we refueled our ship and took off for our meetrng,
gan to read the headlines. "Troy Ellis, marble champion, to represent U. S. at Olympics." Also the pa-
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PROCESSIONAL Miss MONETTE CASWELL
INVOCATION .............. ..... R EV. C. A. HOLCOMB
NATIONAL HYMN ............,...... ................,........................... G EORGE WARREN
INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR CHOIR
SCRIPTURE .............,.....,................................................................ REV. M. B. JAMES
A CRESCENT MOON AND A CRADLED STAR .............. FRANK WHITE
INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR CHOIR
SERMON ..................... ......,, R EV. JOHN CUNNINGI-IAM
"MY GOD AND I" ...,..............,.......................... ..........-............................ I . B. SERGEI
INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR CHOIR
BENEDICTION ........ ........ R EV- C. C. CALHOUN
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Gfuunnli Ziigli Srlinol ,Auhiiorium
INVOCATION .. .. ..
"NOW IS THE HOUR" ,,..,.......... .
. . MISS MONETTE CASWELL
. ,....... REV. W. D. REAVES
ADDRESS ,. ,
R. M. LEACH
Abilene Christian College
PRESENTATION OF DIPLOMAS AND AWARDS,
W. E. HANCOCK, SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS
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BENEDICTION ....,.., .,.,..,... ........ Iv I R. W. L. BAZE
Barnes, Patsy Fern
Blakney, Sammy Joe
Boynton, Margaret Jeanelle
Braziel, W. R.
Bumgarner, Mitzie Delores
Burke, Patsy Ann
Butts, Mildred Olene
Cokendolpher, Flora Virginia
Hooper, Delbert Donald
Jobe, Glenn David
Johnston, Jacquelyn Lou
Medlen, Billy Joe
Murphy, Shirley Jean
Rogers, Sandra Lois
Ross, Jerry Callan
Scott, Vernon Ross, Jr.
Daughtry, Horace Lee
Ellis, Troy Erwin
Faubion, Jo Lynne
,Foerster, Jeanell Carolyn
Glover, Jo Ann
Griffin, Rickey Span
Hendrix, Robert Harold
Teel, Patricia Wilbanks
'Thornbury, John Thomas
'Tinker. Betty Audine
Tumer, Pansy Nell
"Whitfield, Billy Joe
Wilkerson, Shirley Pate
Wilson, John Wilford
Mid Term Graduates 1952
Sumrrer Graduates 1952
Jo Lynne Faubion
SANDRA RCB ERS
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IOHN THCRNBURY MILDRED BUTTS DELBERT HOOPER MISS KATHERINE MARSHELL
Emily Post Award T. S. Hanna Award-Second C. T. Watkins Speech Award Outstanding Teacher
Each year at Commencement, awards are made to students who excel in various educational fields. The purpose is to encourage stu-
dents to put forth greater effort and to recognize those who do.
Scholarships are regularly given to the valedictorian and salutatorian of the graduating class by various colleges of the state.
Two honor students are also selected from the other classes in the high school.
The Hook English Award, made by Miss Lucille Hook a former teacher, is made by the teachers of senior English on the basis of inter-
pretation of classic literature, creative writing, and knowledge of fundamentals. Graduating seniors are eligible.
The V. W. Kelley Commercial Award is made to any high school student on completion of three commercial subjects, on basis of
attitude, attendance, neatness of work, knowledge of fundamentals, and scholastic average.
The Homemaking Award is made by the teacher to the outstanding homemaking student in her department for the year.
The Vocational Agriculture Award is decided by the V. A. teacher and is based on leadership ability,
participation in FFA activities, and interest in becoming a farmer.
The Driver Education Award is given by the Business and Professional Women's Club to the student
selected by the Driver Education teacher and Highway Patrol as the "Safest and most courteous driver in
Driver Education Class. "
The Rotary Club Award is given to the Junior Rotarian selected by secret ballot of the Rotary Club.
It is given the winner on his entrance to college for the primary purpose of assisting him in defraying his
expense at college.
The B. and P. W. Club makes its award on the basis of participation and leadership in school and
community activities, to a senior girl.
The Danforth Award is given to the senior boy and girl who are selected by the class as outstanding.
Student Council Awards are given to the boy and girl chosen' by the faculty on the basis of character,
scholarship, sportsmanship, leadership and social courtesy. Only graduating seniors are eligible
Epsilon Sigma Alpha Award is made to a senior boy or girl. Its purpose is to help some worthy boy
or girl to get started in college. 1
D. A. R. Good Citizenship Award winner receives a pin and a certificate. The faculty chooses one of
three senior girls nominated by the senior class, on the basis of good citizenship.
C. T. Watkins Public Speaking Award is presented to "the most outstanding senior in Public Speaking"
for the year, by the teachers and sponsors of speech activities.
T. S. Hanna Award is for seniors. The awards go to the seniors whose essays on 'Our American Heritage"
or kindred subjects, are selected by the judges as the best expression of why we should appreciate the Ameri-
can way of life. Made by Mr. Hanna to encourage and promote yourh's interest and responsibility in preserv-
ing and making democracy work.
1904 Award made for the highest four-year average in English.
The Student Council Emily Post Award is given to the most courteous' girl and boy selected by the student
body and faculty. '
Babe Ruth Sportsmanship Award is given by the Babe Ruth Foundation--a medallion engraved with the
name of each winner, and a plaque for the school with the name of each winner. Given to a senior boy and
a senior girl by the Student Cotmcil, selected by the faculty.
1 952 HONOR STUDENTS
Mary Alice Smith
Mary Ruth Brinkerhoff
Betty Sue Barnes
We left Quanah from the Bus Statton June 1 1952 wxth twenty two of thirty graduating Senrors four
chaperons and one bm dnver at 10 30 Sunday mght Stopped rn Chrldress Amarrllo and ate breakfast rn
Raton New Mexrco at the Crystal Room ln Raton we put our stgns on the bus We stopped rn Pueblo
Colorado and arrtved at the Cl1ff House rn Mamtou Spnngs Colorado at 10 15 A M We wrll always re
member Pansy s Jerry s and Delbert s efforts to keep everyone awake on the way up there and Jerry s cute
ltttle poem The rooms were tssued and everyone was free untrl 5 P M Some of the boys went horseback
rtdmg and got acqua1nted wrth the town The guls brought therr lunches up to the rooms and played Canasta
At 5 we all went to Colorado Sprmgs to the show Everyone went to bed rather early after we talked over
old trmes wtth Joyce Ann Pntchett from Austrn who Jorned us 1n Mamtou Sprrngs Joyce was in our class
through our Sophomore year
Tuesday mornrng we got on the bus and went to the Cheyenne Mountarn Zoo and to the Cave of the
Wtnds After we walked up to the Cave and back everyone was ready for a rest lt ratned a few mtnutes
long enough for us to catch our breath Tuesday mght the bus went to Colorado Spnngs for the benefxt of
those who wanted to go roller skatrng Some of the others went to a dance We all went to the Hotel
farrly early and went to bed
Wednesday mormng bnght and early we went to Canon State Pnson Tlus rs where Pat Burke got srck and
had to leave us for awhrle We really enjoyed thrs tnp because rt was so unusual We saw the tlungs the
rnmates made and sold all of the btuldrngs were explarned to us and we got to vrstt a few of them Oh Yes
when we were betng searched before entermg the pnson the Warden found a package of frrecrackers on
Scott fWe wonder how they got there?J We v1s1ted the Royal Gorge after the Pnson Thrs was really a
treat The lnclme Ratlway to the bottom was very excmng. After everyone took prctures walked around
the bndge and saw the Indxans we got on the bus and went to Colorado Spnngs where we stopped and ate
lunch Then we went to Seven Falls Not all of the Seniors felt energetrc enough to walk' up to Helen
Hunt Jackson s grave but most of them d1d On the top of the Mountarn rs where Rrcky lost hrs shoes and
had to walk down barefoot After thrs trtp we were well ready to go back to the Hotel Wednesday mght
not many of the krds had the energy to move but some went to the Penny Arcade Cuno shopprng and danc
Thursday mormng we were all realxztng our wonderful tnp was neanng the end We went to Mt Mamtou
up the lnclme Ramlway We really enjoyed tlus tr1p too Oh yes Brooks our bus dnver s wrfe came to
Jorn us Thursday mormng After our mp to Mt Mamtou we went to the Broadmoor where we spent the
aftemoon Almost everyone went rce skatxng and drd we have some brmses! James Chapman was practrcally
a professronal he had been rce skattng three trmes Jackre Daughtry, Davrd Jobe and Pansy Tumer put on
qurte a show for us A few of us dectded we could do better swrmmrng and we went swrmmrng rn the 1ndoor
pool After everyone had frmshed therr tce skatmg we went back to the hotel Just a block from the hotel
there was a park where we had a big prcmc After the prcruc everyone was free for the nrght Some went to
a dance and others Just cuno shopped and looked around After everyone got back to the hotel we stayed up
all mght packrng and talkrng QOf course some pretended they were nred and sleepy and went to bed J M11
dred Butts reported that she had robbers one mght and someone kept drsturbtng her fWe wonder who rt wasrj
Fnday morrung we got on the bus and left the Cllff House and our wonderful wonderful four days of excrte
ment Our favortte spot rn Mamtou Spnngs was Kenny s Restaurant We met a lot of Mamtou krds and they
were very fnendly and mee to us We left the hotel at 8 30 A M Everyone was trred but we wlll ALWAYS
remember the trip and hope that every Sentor Class 15 as fortunate as we were
Chaperons for tlus trxp were Mr and Mrs Johnnre D11tz and Mr and Mrs James Chapman and the
bus dnver Mr A P Brooks and hrs wrfe Mrs Lrllran Brooks Students who made the mp were Mrldred
Butts, Jo Ann Glover, Pansy Turner Shrrley Murphy Patsy Burke, Margaret Boynton Jo Lynne Faubron
Jacqueie Johnston Joyce Ann Pntchett Jeanelle Foerster, Sandra Rogers, Shirley Wrlkerson Johnny Wrlson
Vernon Scott Sammy Blakney John Thornbury Delbert Hooper. Ricky Gnffrn, Bob Hendnx B111 Whxtfreld
Davtd Jobe Jerry Ross and Jackre Daughtry
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Sandra, Jackie, Shirley, Jerry and David wake up
long enough to have their pictures taken.
Pansy gets up to tell another big one while Sandra
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THE GARDEN OF THE GODS
And this is the Cliff House
Some of the girls tried climbing way up there but just cou1dn't make it. You see them
coming down, and some of the boys on the top - or nearly!
Jerry seems to be very much V These were our Chaperons
and our Bus driver.
1 All of us on Cheyenne
These were the elephants I
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everyone to go to the Zoo.
Pansy, Jeanell and Shirley
Ricky and john seem to be
Mildred pauses for a drink
after that long walk down
from the Cave.
Mountain Zoo . . .
Here we are before going to
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THE STAFF IS GREATFUL FOR THEIR KINDNESSES AND PRESENTS
THEM TO YOU AS YOUR FRIENDS.
TO SHOW YOUR APPRECIATION BUY FROM THEM FIRST.
EXCEPT IN CASES WHERE THE MERCHANTS REQUESTED FORMAL
ADS, WE HAVE WRITTEN THESE AS WE WOULD LIKE TO SAY THEM.
WE HOPE YOU ENJOY THEM AS MUCH AS THE OTHER PAGES OF YOUR
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favorite meeting place of students.
ere are Senior class favorites,
acquelyn Johnston and W. R. Braziel
PH A I2 Nl ACY
Ross employs students at his
fountain. His slow drawl and his
friendliness make him a favorite
with all the students.
The football team celebrates its
first game win of the 1951 seas
with dinner at
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Even when you're
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The lumber for many of Quanah's beautiful new homes
has been furnished from Simpson's. Ex-student
employees are John Jess, Manager, and Buddy McGuire.
you'll be glad
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Pontiac cars, Farmall tractors and
International Harvesters, with their
supplies and other merchandise may be
,MPLEMENT AND MOTOR CO.
We remember that Mr. Harrison furnished 4-
a car for students to attend the T.l.S,A, '
convention in Lubbock.
Harold Wey, '36 and Arthur, valedictorian
'27, are active in civic affairs and are
' exes of whom QHS may well be proud, They
are shown here withR, L, Edmondson, '54
who is employed in their home furnishing
When you need anything for the
home, think of
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CONGRATULATIONS! FROM ONE OF QUANAH'S LARGEST
INDUSTRIES - - TO ITS
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QUANAH,ACME XP CIFIC
N A friendly place to trade. Arther Lee
A Jr., is at the door to welcome you.
Bobby, '41, Indian guard and "Cotton
I-Ienderson, '43, Indian half-back, and Bob
Yeager, '37, Indian guard, are ready ins
to wait on you.
For fine quality groceries buy at
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THE LION AUTO STORE SENDS
FRIENDLY GREETINGS TO THE
Any of your car needs, whether they be tires or
accessories, can be purchased at the Lion Auto Goowfiiug
Store. Batteries can be charged while you wait. ' '
Interior view of the recently remodelled bank
building, with Messers Mosely, Kelley, Womack,
and Bottoms among those present.
A number of QHS exes have begun their business
careers in this bank. At present, "Sissy" Wofford,
Gwenmar Adams Atwood, and Margaret Boynton are
Saving is the basis of financial success. Save
for you future and remember the
Buddy Mitchell, QHS Indian left-end
and ex '33, is shown in his store which
carries a complete stock of hardware and
furniture. Wife Dorothy, '34, and
daughter Sandra, '54, made complete QI-IS
Buy your household and furniture needs
HARDWARE CO. '
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"T,T." Taylor, '51, gets "the
business" from "Alex" and Alonzo
and Charles Shannon prepares to
glamorize Mr. A. I. Shelton at the
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.Tohnnie swings at it on his own
miniature golf course, while Lavon
Adams, Franklin Hatcher, and Wayne
Johnston watch, and "Scotty"
You will enjoy playing golf and
eating out at
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Hyson Wells and Baines McBay
' ' show you how to beat the high
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When you want to
there is a special
date, - and certainly
when there's a
banquet with a new
formal, then it's
time to think of
1 1 0 from ineans Q uanah to many people
bee uty shop
Avia GSH? frhiro
Charlie Baskett proudly poses beside a new Ford, with ex-student employees,
Vernon Ellis, and Odis Teel.
Expert auto-repairs for that antique jalopy, too.
YOUR FRIENDLY FORD DEALER
Messer and employees, are ready to
rve you. It is certain you need something
om this store because they have everything
Don Walkup and Leon Huffman
admire a new Firestone bike among
the other play equipment stocked for
summer fun. They also carry a
complete supply of tires and all house
hold appliance s at
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SALES AND SERVICE
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SANSOM'S FURNITURE STORE
Modena Newman, Cliff Alexander and
'Jick" Sansom in the crystal and china
ection of Sansom's:
Another O.H.S, family are Roy B.,
'Jick" and Roy Norman.
Any furniture, household or hardware
eeds may be purchased-
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Mr. Anderson has served us faith-
fully as our school board president. We
are glad to have his ad in our annual.
"Dub" Lee, '48 and Billy Jack Cromartie
'53, demonstrate an air-conditioner for
"Jack and .Tobe," electric contractors for
industrial and residential wiring.
The students appreciate the jobs
"Jack and lobe" have done for us at
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Mr. Yarbough in his shop with The
Senior Clock." This 8-day clock stopped
on Delbert Hooper's name to give him the
Mr. Yarbough is always a friend to
Bob Hendrix and the Drivers Educati
car furnished by HICKEY - EUBANKS
A New Bel-Air in front of
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illiam, quarterback, '48, and Sue '49
Q.H,S, representatives, as well
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COLEMAN FURNACES, SERVAL
MAYTAG, and WA TER SOFTNE
315 Main Phone Z
SENIOR CLASS OF 1952
Throughout the years, since 1922, Mrs.
Smith and the late Mr. Smith have been
loyal friends of the boys and girls and of
the schools. It has been their long-standing
custom to visit the school twice a year,
giving all students pencils in September
and candy at Christmas. Two generations
of young people will always remember them
Jack Womack, Mrs. Loper, Lewis Mints, Mrs. Carmack,
Mrs. Huggins, Mrs. Morrison, Mrs. Wheeler, and Mrs. Terry
employees of Floyd Taylor's department store.
Melva Joe Epps Walser, '51, works in the office.
All best brands of merchandise is sold here.
Also, senior boys, get your black bow ties at
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and Barbara Daniels, Bob Ellis, and Shirley
Wilkerson look on as Jack Orr gives Troy
a pot plant to deliver.
Special friends to high school students,
Margie and Jack have for years given a
gardenia corsage to each graduating senior
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ment store he manages. Best quality
merchandise and famous brands are sold
Mr. Hanna is the donor of the large
cash prizes given to senior students
each spring for best essays on
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F IM PLE IVIENTS
Remember the night at a party when
three senior boys spent the evening in a
corner discussing tractors '? From what
we heard, the .Tohn Deere is a whiz!
FOR SMOOTH DRIVING
Let Ricky sell you somgna?-3
that good Gulf gas L9
F. S. GRIFFIN
Wholesale Oil and Gas
Mary Scott and Pat Devoll serve
that good coffee to the gentlemen at the
counter, and Mrs. .Tohn Marshall,while
the boys enjoy comic books. Laurence
Powell,pharmacist, and Louise Stevens
Powell, ex-student, are friends of all
the teen-agers, and "meet you at The
Corner" are familiar words.
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' Ex-student employees are Kenneth Marsalis, Frankie
Elder, and Norman Boatman, as well as Delbert Hooper '52,
md Jack Dunlap, '54. Mr. Boring, Mgr. is secretary of
nur Board of Education.
Ex-Students, Sandord Gilliland and Martha Gilliland Caskey, aaa and daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. R. R, Gilliland, in the office where they both work.
Farm and home loans and insurance is the business of this prominent Quanah
family-long friends of young people.
W. can Lu LAN D Xml LLI LAND
Rex Ann Walkup and Sammy
Merritt wearing some of the Teen-
age clothes featured by Belle' Nita.
Gifts, stationary, and costume
jewelry may also be purchased he
Friend of the school, and of
the young people, Mr. Clements
sells quality groceries at lowest.
Barbara Coats and Geraldean
Rlgsby wedr1ng two of the lovely
.Tunlor M155 fash1ons featured at
Mr. Hickey, Mr
Anton Koch, and
Brandon, and a
friend enjoy the
good food in the
THE ACME STORE
renders to those who work or live
in Acme. It is a friend of young people
and wishes the best in education for
Among outstanding students from
Q.H.S. is Patsy Burke who works in her
spare time at the store.
Where all the C' O NX
other kids get their D f
favorite snacks at ,
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are pictured here in their
Shop. Both are very
friendly to the young people
and take a big interest in
WHEN YOU ARE AWAY FROM QUANAI-I HAVE THE
HOME TOWN PAPER SENT TO YOU, TO KEEP UP
Call Mrs. Cfuy or Mrs.
Lookingbill for cor sages
arrangements, pot plants
WITH YOUR FRIENDS AND THE LOCAL ACTIVITIES.
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Jones lnsurance Agency has been serving Quanah tor
man ears Mr Jones can advise you as to the best
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policy for your particular need.
Mr. White in front of his busy
laundry. He has washed many
athletic suits this year.
FRIENDLY GREETINGS FROM
W. M. CAMERON at co.
has been very co-operative with
the school this year as in years
before, and materials for the
Valentine Carnation was furnishe
b the Cameron Co.
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not leave them out.
THE INTERMEDIATE CHOIR
First row: Judy Foster, Jerolyn
Cummings, Donna Wilson, Maryln
Stone, Dorothy Brown, Betty Sue
Barnes, Peggy Braziel, Joann Car-
nelius. Second row: Sandra Bra-
ziel, Betty Rudisill, Betty Rober-
son, Anita McDaniel, Ouidon
Matthews, Lura Osborn, Garland
Price. Third row: De Lois Milli-
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Carol Baze. Fourth row: Wayland
Quizenberry, Jackie Preston,
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served at Dinner Bell Cafe
Above and belown Football team being -L
amazed at high school Johnny says "I do.'i We knew
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