Stillwater High School - Pioneer Yearbook (Stillwater, OK)

 - Class of 1939

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ADMINISTRATION FACULTY CLASSES EDSON DAVID PRICE Supermtendent of Sthools Men ire of two lands He IS the kmd ld hlle to be Some proclfum the11 v1rtues a. few explese then hxeb bx what thew do That klnd IS he No flowerx phlase Ol hblx Qpoken word won fuendb for h1m He lsnt cheap Ol shallow H15 course luns deep IS pure Xou know the lund Pew are the men whose deeds outlun tllell' words whose pretense IS less than whfzt thex are s u Y. i . Y. , .Y c . , , . w, . . . . , . . . , , , . , . , , , k , . K . . , V . 7 Y Y .. . , . . . , 0. , v . . - . O v . . . 1 r v .1 Q . ' , Y v n . , . . 1 . V Y . . - . . . , V K. C b I l oard Q gn.,-mg Educauon a""""' WET? .4-ll 1' Ol-5, Ll i' 'fwffivx "- n,.-v 'vlw T C' Purns E E Ymcent W P Cllft A P Qwank Prvslden E I Selph C E Donal t Clerk C eorffe Dollmffer Treasurer pam 'ULF' wp, WALTER MCCOLLOM PFIDCIPHI Semor Hugh School XM? MC QJQW GLENN TONKINSON Prmcnpal Junlor Hxgh School 1959. Faculty Candids Here are a few candid shots of our faculty. As hard as they tried, an- nual photographers could not get A them all. Left to Right: Mr. McDole, algebra teacher at junior high, out for air in a letter sweater . . . . . Mrs. Lackey, commercial teacher, at work in office ..... Three junior high teachers, Mr. Courtright, coach 3 Miss Becker, Lating and Mr. Coonfield, coach and math . . . . . Unusual study of Mr. McCollom, not ' at work ..... Mrs. Bishop drills future en- gineers in solid geometry. Miss Allen, English, ready for a day's work .... Two views of Mr. Brinker, math teacher and Dean of Boys ..... Small picture is of Dick Richards, vocal music instructor, asleep or blinded by sun . . . Last but not least, Kelso, highschool custodian and special police deputy, controlling traffic near the school. Seated tleft to righti: Mrs. Eliza- Standing tlst rowi: Merrell Back Row: John Baugh, History beth Brock, Home Economics: Glenn Tonkinson, P r i n c i p a lg Charles C. Courtright, Science and Coach of football, Ethel Markwell. Social Science. Clinkenbeard, English: Helen Witt, Health and Geography: Ruth Bul lock. English: Lota Gill, Home Eco nomicsg Cora Belle Knearl, English Gertrude Burns, Mathematicsg Ros alie Becker, English, Gladys Huf fine, Reading, Spelling, and Penn manshipg Nancy Saunders, Arith metic. and Music, Hugh A, Coonfield, Mathematics and Science, R. D. McDole, Algebra. T c Junior igh School Facult The junior highschool faculty is made up of sixteen very capable teachers. where she immediately started working to make the highschool boys bigger and better husbands. Miss Rosalie Becker is the only one of this august body who has had stamina enough to dig into the dead languages and come out master of Latin. Only yesterday as I was passing the little red school house, I heard someone say, "VVham that ball." My curiosity aroused me, and I found that it was John Baugh, who I thought was the teacher of music and history instead of golf. Mr. R. D. McDole is very proud of his ability to teach algebra, but the public knows him as a good fisherman. The other day I saw Miss Nancy Saunders, that little Math teacher, standing in front of Mr. Court- right, counting. On closer observation, I saw that she was counting his chins. It is said that if Mr. Court- right doesn't take off a few surplus pounds, he won't be able to teach science and coach football next year. Miss Ruth Bullock, the English teacher. is quite efficient and capable. I once heard someone say. "If you want something well done, give it to Bul- lock." "What is one pet'uon'u loss ii anothefi gain." That is what happened when Mri. Elizabeth Brock was blown from the dust bowl into our ,iunlor highschool That blond and that brunette, Miss Merrell Clin- kenbeard and Miss Gladys Huffine, are so closely as- sociated at the pingpong table and the marionette theater that they are thought of as twins. They have received much favorable publicity due to their auditorium classes. Hugh A. Coonfield and Ross Flood represent the two extremes, the tall and the short, also the speed and endurance in their chosen fields which are bas- ketball and wrestling. One-two-three-bend, One-two-three-stFetch. "Oh, Mrs. Witt, I can't do that." In addition to gym, Mrs Helen Witt teaches geography and health. Miss Ethel Markwell, history teacher, seems to be the right hand man in thc principal's office, at least as far as the ninth grade is concerned, Miss Cora Belle Knearl has joined our ranks so recently we have not been able to get the low down on her. but we hear she teaches English quite effi- ciently. Mr. Glenn Tonklnson lu one of the few successful people who have come from the field of teaching. into the ranks of administrator. This is his fifth year as principal of Junior highschool. 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A 1 S, A-'K A . A .1 ,A A- , A . . N Q .. A 1 ,I 1 T, Council Meinbers Joe Hammond, President Dale Trumbly, Vice-President Marjorie Whipple, Secretary Peggy Friedell, Treasurer Fred Anderson, Louis Anderson, Norma Holmes, Bernard Hueston, Tommy Ratliffe, Dick Redington, Annice Waidby, Frank Whay- man, Mrs. W. H. Bishop and E. J. Brinker, sponsors. Senior Executive Council The senior executive council is the student governing body of the senior class. It is to the seniors what Congress is to the United States, and much re- sponsibility rests upon its shoulders. It is the duty of these students to make arrangements for senior rings, caps, gowns, and programs. They also select the senior announcements and plan the commencement activities. The executive council consists of all senior class officers and two representa- tives from each senior home room. These representatives are elected by the students, and it is their duty to present the desires and wishes of the students at the several meetings of the council during the year. Two senior sponsors are included on the council. Seniors Allen, Velda, Music Clubs, Jr. Shakespeare Club, lst in Caeser at A. Q M., Librarian. Anderson, Fred Jr.: Senior Executive Council. Anderson, Louis J., Typing Team 1st year, American History, Typing award, National Honor Society, Military Pilot. Atwood, Lorayne: Orchestra, Glee Club, Girls' Octet, Pep Club, National Honor Society, Singer. Bailey, Josie, Typing Certificates, Shorthand Certificate, Stenographer. Baker, Ellis C. Jr., Band, Glee Club, Hi-Y. Barton, Jean Louise, Stenographer. ' Bastion, Alma Arlene. H Bennett, Betty Lou, Photographer. Q Benson, Catharine Alese: Glee Club, Mixed Chorus, National Honor So- ciety. Bilyeu, Vernon R., Salesman. Blair, Ann: Press Club, Writer's Club, Glee Club, National Honor Society, State Honor Society, Writer. Blair, Eva Mae. Britt, Letha June: Nurse. Brown, Donald: Wrestling. Buffington, Alberta: Teacher. Burrows, Gordon R.: Band, Orchestra, lst in Class C Trombone in 1935 at Enid, 1st in Class B Trombone 1938 at Enid, Merit Award in Band. Calderhead, Leo B.: Aviator. Caldwell, Marcella: Girls' Pep Club, Forensic Club, State Honor Society, National Honor Society, Teacher. Carson, Max, Engineer. Chaney, Mary B.: Writer's Club, Public Speaking, Essay Writing, Theme Writing, State Honor Society, Social Worker. Clendening, Byron: Track, Hi-Y, Letters in swimming and wrestling, Cer- tificate in Typing, Accountant. Clubb, Will: Doctor. Cobb, William: Glee Club, Hi-Y, Lawyer. a A "5" .X " V .. Q K' Sr Q Al, . ,el ,J .y as 4 ey - v 5 nur' ,J X " A V J 'T' - .av -A ' b. 1 , - 5 V X , wqqw Cook Geraldeen Stenographer or Dancer Crabtree Betty Louise Secretary Creason John Wesley Letters in Football and Baseball, Lawyer Cross, Albern L.: Band, Orchestra. Cullers, Josephine: Basketball, Soft Ball. Cullers, Lucile: A good wife.. Cupp, Mary Annabelle: Band, Orchestra, National Honor Society, Upper 50 per cent of Orchestra, Teacher. Davis, Eugene: Baseball, Wrestling, Typist and Bookkeeper. Davis, Robert Claud: President of Future Craftmen's Club. l Qbilbeck, W. Harland: Basketball, Orchestra, Band, 4-H Club, F. F. A. Club, Class Plays, Scholarship, Preacher. Dryden, Clara Marie: Stenographer and Housewife. Duncan, Dwyer, Glee Club, Cantata, Football, Wrestling, My own boss. Ebey, Robert: Hi-Y, Library. Fenner, Lila Marie: Writers Club. State Honor Society, Press Club, Eng- lish Certificate, Math Certificate, Lawyer. Fisher, Ethelyn: Band, Orchestra, String Quartet, Solos, Bugle and Drum Corps, President Orchestra, President and Drum Major Bugle and Drum Corps , Music Teacher. Flesner, Juanita: Physical Education Teacher. Floyd, Ross Russel: Glee Club, Cantata, Press Club, Octet, Letterman Club, 3 Letters in Football and Basketball, Business Manager of Bronze and Blue, President of Boys' Glee Club, Petroleum Broker. Friedell aude Brandt, "Peggy", Pep Club, Writers Club, Piano, Eng- ' Certificate, De-Molay Sweetheart 1939, Secretary Juniors 1938, 1 ' re surer of Pep Club, Treasurer of Senior Class 1939, National Honor Society, Writer-Traveler-Secretary. Frisch, Sara Jean: Pep Club, Press Club, Glee Club, State Honor Society, National Honor Society, Pep Leader 1939, Housewife. French, Lola: Beauty Operator. Goodner, Mary Ellen: Stenographer. Gorrell, Dorothy Louise: Medal for Reading, Stenographer. Greenfield, Emma Jane: Stenographer. Gregory, Beulah Mae: Nurse. , f Griffith, Harvie. A!7! Guthrie, Gloria G ' Press Club, Musician or Secretary. Hackworth, Sylvester: 3' Years of Football, Basketball, Baseball, Track, Tennis, Vice President of Home Ec. Club for Boys', Capt. Football Team, Vice President Glee Club, Press Club, Coach. Hafner, Dean William: Band, Orchestra, President of HomercQJ 7: 55' Engineer. in N Hall, Ddris. Hall, Turner, Jr.: Band, Orchestra, Perfect Attendance '37-'38. Ham, Lancer: Basketball, Baseball, Glee Club, Swimming. Hammock Elbert Eugene: Football Basketball President of Sophomore and Freshman Homerooms President of S. H. S. Student Council National Honor Society. Hammond Joe Phil: Basketball All Around Boy in Junior Class Boy Rotarlan President Senior Class President Boys Pep Club Secre tary and Treasurer of Northern Oklahoma Student Council Confer ence 38 39 National Honor Society Harrington Martha Nurse Held George Joseph Engineer Heller David Band Orchestra Awards in Tennis Tennis Captain Drum Henry Fred Hesser Harvey Dale Glee Club 14 years? Boys Quartet Forensic Club Student Council Salesman Heydenburk Jean E Glee Club Orchestra Girl Scouts Solos Music Teacher Hmrichs Catherine Shorthand Certificate Secretary Holmes Norma Accompamst for Girls Glee Club Quartet and Mixed Chorus All Around Junior Girl Treasurer of National Honor So clety Houston Rayford Track Football Basketball Awards in Track Football Basketball Agriculture Expert Heuston Bernard Glee Club Student Council Executive Council A countant Hughes Bill Press Club Advertising Editor of Bronze and Blue Nation al Honor Society Botanlst Hughes Charlotte Jean State Honor Society National Honor Society Lawyer Hutchison Thelma E Girl Scout Housewife Ingersol Robert E Band Upper 50 per cent of band Business Man Ireland Frances Orchestra State Honor Society National Honor Society lst in American History at Tonkawa Jacob Ralph Agriculture Teacher or Farmer Johnson Josie Press Club Kerntke Annamae Agnes Typing Certificate Stenographer Kimball Gale R Kuhlman Arthur Henry Jr Glee Club H1 Y A Mummifier Laughlin Nadine Little Theatre Pep Club tat Central High Okla Citxl ii 41 y: 13 5.44 T Designer N. 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Q- 3. 5 hw - - XR' , x 4 I 1 2 v- 331 - ll, L Q, Cf, A, x my ' 2 1 J X69 QS' 5, 'nl-4-1 id '- j.-. ,-:I A- H913 ' Jr! Livesay. Mary Louise: Glee Club, Drum and Bugle Corps, Forensic Club, State Honor Society, Secretary and Treasurer Homemaking Club, Dietician. Long, Elizabeth: Softball, 3rd in Home Eco. at Norman: Beauty operator. Looper, Clyde. Love, Jean: Pep Club, Glee Club, Press Club, Student Council, State Hon- or Society, National Honor Society, Pep Leader tJr.h Pres. Pep Club tSr.b Lytton, J. C.: Writers Club, Student Council, Hi-Y, Forensic Club, Office, Library, Press Club, Student Rotarian, National Honor So- ciety, lst in Rotary Oratorical Contest, President Writers Club, Sec. H.-Y, Pres. Forensic. Mayfield, Vera: Stenographer. Messall, Tommy: Band: Journalist. Mick, Herman: Business Man. Miller, Jack: Glee Club, Musician or Business Man. Miller, Olen: 3 years Football, 3 years Basketball. 2 years Baseball, Cap- tain Basketball Team '38, President Letterman's Club, Press Clubg Football Coach. Mitchell, Corinne Ethera: Perfect attendance for lst. 3rd, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th grades, Housewife. McCristy. Quentin Lee: Art: Artist. McCowen, Harvey Harwood: Band, Wrestling, Engineer. McCray, Calvin: Basketball and Baseball for three years. McEwen, Kenneth: Band and Orchestra 5 years, Glee Club, First in Flute contest. McFarland, Anna Mae: State Honor Society, National Honor Society: Stenographer. McKillip, Francis H.: All-State Football Team, Four years lettered in Football and Basketball, All-Conference Football team. McKnight, Cecil: Band: Aeronautical Engineer. Mc-Lain, Myra Millicent: Band, Orchestra, Reed Quartet, Glee Club .tall iate Editor of Bronze and Blue: Journalist. orhead. Beulah: National Honor Society, Aviatrix. Hobarti, Pan-American Forum, Press Club, Writers' Club, Asso- E Nance, Dale: Forensic Club. Press Club, Interscholastic Contest, Debat- N in Team, Certificate in T' ing, National Honor Societ State Qu. lb 7. Z! 8 JD yi C7 Honor Society, Literary Editor of the Bronze and Blueg Lawyer. Orr, Robert E.: Basketball, Baseball, Business Man. Palmer, Zane: Band, 4-H Club, Wrestling, Wrestling Captaing Coach. Park. Gladys Helen: Orchestra, Drum and Bugle Corps, Orchestra Merits, National Honor Society, Secretary. Payton, Juanita Irene: State Society, Typing Certificate, Proprietor of Dress Shop. Perdue, Joyce: Girls' Pep Club. Press Club, Glee Club, All-Around Sopho- more Girl, National Honor Society, Vice President of Press Club. Phillips, Annai'Lee: Holding the fort in Spanish I, 2nd in Caesar at A. Q M. '38 Femme Fatale. Pinney, Marian: Band, Orchestra, All State Orchestra, All State Band, Band and Orchestra Merit Awards, Solos, Sec.-Treas. of Band. Pittenger, Louise: Pep Club, Glee Club, Commerce at Oregon State. Pope, Lee: Football, Glee Club, Wrestling, Yell Leader. Quigley, Esther Maxine: National Honor Society: School Teacher. Rader, Ruby: Basketball, Volley Ball, Baseball: Nurse. Ransom, Ruth Marjalee: Orchestra, Band, String Quartet, Steppers, For- ensic Club, Home Ec. Club, National Honor Society, State Honor Society, 1st in Sewing at Tonkawag Dress Designer. 36 x , 'I' 'T' Ratliffe, Thomas A.: Letterman in Tennis, Student Council, Forensic Club, Press Club, Baseball, Brass Quartet, Upper 5 per cent of Band. '36 third in State Thombone, State and National Honor Society, Ameri- can Legion Award-ninth grade, Upper 50 per cent of Band in '37, Several Awards for Cartooning in National Magazines, Editor-in- Chief of Bronze and Blue, President National Society, Vice Presi- dent Junior Class, Art Editor of '37 Annual, Boy Rotarian-'38g Commercial Artist. Redington, Dick: Band, Glee Club, Swimming, Quartet, Mixed Chorus, Senior Executive Council: Chemical Engineer. Rogers, Ferrill Hope: Debate, Hi-Y, Glee Club, Boys' Pep Club, Forensic Club, American Legion Award, Rotary Award: Lawyer. Roscom, Mary Kathryn: Basketball, Volley Ball, Hockey: Business Wo- man. Russ, Merriel Yvonne: Girls Octet and Quartet, Glee Club. Home Ec. State Meet, National Honor Society: Secretary. Saunders, Bruce: Aviator. Saunders, Pauline: A Gracious Hostess. Saxton, Ren G. Scholl, Nada A.: Orchestra, Writers Club, Girl Scouts, Pep Club, String Sextett, 2nd ViolaYEnid and Tonkawa, lst-Viola-Norman, Upper 5 per cent of Orchestra: Orchestra Leader. Schott, Mary: Orchestra, Pep Club, Glee Club. f Schroeder, Thelma: Certificate in Home Economics: Secretary. Shire, Lauvita Marie: Glee Club, Drum and Bugle, State Honor Society, Secretary. E Z . E 2 Shirley, Francis L.: National Honor Society: Agri. Chemist. Show, Dorothy: Glee Club, Pep Club, National Honor Society. Shults, Jack Doyle: Band, Debate, Glee Club: Bacteriologist. Sisney, Ernest: Boy Scouts, Band: Accountant. Smith, Laurence: Press Club, Football, Basketball, Baseball, Letters in Basketball and Football, President of Boys' Homemaking Club: Journalist. Smith, Ruby: Stenographer. Smith, Wilbur Mearl: Letters in Football and Basketball: Athletic Coach. Stapp, Emogene: Typing Pin, Shorthand Certificate: Secretary. Stewart, Linda Viola. ,X ,-Q 'X .-w vs T3 'Q 3:- te 1 A ,-- -.,!..g 4- 'U 'W A N , tg. A Cf . 'z :X v- S .. ,K sg' 0,-.' -4 Ja, err ne Z' " .g,,, QM" J:-4 AH v .fn -v- T' 4 'fit ', an Q" '- 'f x N.- .fx . an I-4 wf' x tx 5 ..--V - wr' Q.. -no' Q- -an .4 at if it Q -s it ,- gl 1 .fS Q? 5 Q..- pf- .- fs ..: -n s 3 -Q.. .L LP? v 1 ,-r. S- sr '-'E 0 2 T." 'sn Ong ,b ,. ""i YT Telford, Zoehelen: 3rd on Dress at Tonkawa, 4 Typing Certificates, Typ- ing Pin, Air Hostess. Terrell, Helen: Surgical Nurse. Thayer, Bradley: Band, Orchestra, Merit Award in Band, National Hon- or Society, Mechanical Designer. U Q 5 Thomas, Charles William: Wrestling, Glee Club, Typing Awards, Vice 1 l President Industrial Arts, Treasurer Hi-Y Society, Business Man. 1 Thomas, Max Mainard: Baseball, Track, Letter in Baseball and Track, E Fireman. J Truax, Beverly Ann: Pep Club, Glee Club, Mixed Chorus, Artist. At' Trumbly, William Dale: Football, Track, State Honor Society, National Honor Society, Letters in Football and Track, Vice President of Senior Class, Vice President of National Honor Society, Electrical Engineer. Vest, Jean Willa: Typing Pin, Home Ec., Certificates, Secretary. -.f j Wagner, Dorthy Helen: Stenographer. Q 1 ' al , Annice Marie: National Honor Society, Glee Club, Second in Q AN ressmaking at Tonkawa, Third at Norman in Meal Planning, , 'M n GW Second in tablesetting at Stillwater, Nurse. h. -pl 4 Ward, Bob: Basketball, Football, President of Junior Class at Stigler, ' E, 3' i Drafter. W ? Ware, Horace, Jr.: Television Operator. Weaver, James: Band, Orchestra, Excellent Rating at Tonkawa, All State Band President of Band' Musician. Weston Glen. A A 5 Class Representative of Senior Class to Student Council President ' I of Junior Sophomore and Ninth Grade Classes President of Stu- ' , ' dent Council' Chemical Engineer. uf. Q M ' 2 Whayman, Frank B.: Basketball, Best all Around boy in Sophomore 5 . . . , , . .1 " I Wheatley, Ella: Avlatrix. Whipple, Marjorie: Pep Club, Glee Club, Certificates in Typing, Loving Cup in Typing, State Honor Society, National Honor Society, Secre- tary of Senior Class, Fashion Designer. Whitney, Curt, Jr.: Aeronautical Engineer or Draftsman. Willett, Pauline: Beauty Operator. , Williams, Ila Adene: Simplicity Sewing Medal. utul Williams, Oscar. " I -A an Wilson Kenneth: Glee Club Pe Club Student Council Vice President of - . D , . Glee Club, Vice President of Student Council, Delegate-at-large of Northern District Student Council, Board of Publications, National Honor Society, tate Honor Society 'n Ninth Grade. bg' 5 Winterringer, Jim. ' 4 5 t' "' olpert, Lois Ev yn: Glee Club, Quartette, Octet, Writers Club, State Honor Soc'ety, Vice President of Wri ers lub, Secretary of Twi- UJ light Musi Club, Music Director. Zgmyu J ' Wright, Immodene: Twice President of Future Homemakers at Stillwate , President of Future Homemakers at Ripley, Prsident of Home Ec. Club, Home Ec. Teacher and Dress Designer. Young, Melvin: Basketball, Assembly Program Chairman, .Business Man- ager. Young, Naomi: Basketball, Tennis, Glee Club, Forensic Club, Girl Scouts, Writers Club, Pep Club, State Honor Society, Bookkeeper. First Row Seated: Merlin Davis, Walter Delong, Frank Hladky, Floyd Cochran, Jacque Butler, Clar- ence Johnson, Wilhite Cottongim, Dawson Chiles, Jack Chaney, Max Clingenpeel. Second Row: Charles Bair, Mary Hall, Kathleen Hagers, Imogene Gosnell, Helen Boyd, Barbara Nell Clift, Frances Covelle, Ileta Hubbard, Joan Askew, Mary Jo Corbin, Ruth Ann Hoke, Jeanette Kelley, Lura Mae Houck, Ruth Eager, Sylvia Donnell, Na- dine Bell, Donna Gray. Third Row: Bill Brown, Dick Cleverdon, Jack Bridges, Max Gemert, Vernon Holzer, Bob Heath, Edsel Hall, Thomas Hardin, Leroy Harris, Floyd Goodson, R. B. Billingsly, Bill Calmes, Max Knotts, James Church, Edwin Glover, Paul Howerton, Jack Boyles, Hilary Driggs, Jacob Creason. Fourth Row: George Cooper, Neil Briggs, Miss Faye McWethy, Virginia Kennedy, Inez Derrick Phyllis Gravette, Vara Bridges, Dorothy Carolyn First Row-Left to Right: Meridith Woolpert, Juanita Rader, Mary Myers, Mary Louise Ratliffe, Pauline Riley, Doris Williams, Dolores Madison, Jacque Moore, Gretchen Pulver, Emma Adele Swim, Evelyn Paulding, Louise Pittenger, Virginia White, Norma Wilson, Maurine Siegenthaler, Lavina Rhodes, Second Row: Charles Leach, Jack Payne, Leon Lewis, Dean Manning, Donald Looper, Clifton Lee, C. A. Nelson, Paul Marshall, Don Stewart, Ed Roberts, Edmund Simank, Kenneth McCollom, Dick Wilber, Ralph Phelps, Bill Platt, Bill McGivern, John Quigley. Harper, Louise Glass, Bonnie Lee Hoel, Vida Goolsby, Mabel Virginia Hoke, Helen Campbell, Pauline Johnson, Mary Zoe King, Florell Good- son, Dorothy King, Echo Copley, Marian Babcock, Mrs. Edna Bryan. Junior Class Roll Back Row Standing: Eloise Hardy, Ruby Blossom, Jo Dean Bennett, Frances Flick, Juanita Austin, Imogene Byron, Lillian Curtis, Phyllis Becker Charlena Elmore, Juanita Clapp, Helen Keller, Flor- ine Britt, Vivian Hughes, Helen Hensley, Ellorene Howerton, Ruth Johnson, Lorene Hale, Estella Hale, Hazel Groom. Third Row: A. C. Miller, Wayne Le Master Ches- ter Ross, Sterling Woodyard, Harry Wilson, Wayne Walker, Glenn Smith, Jr., Raymond Staten, Margie Mae Luxa, Lorene Smith, Martha Reed, Carol Wood, Geraldine Lovell, Katherine Moore, Bernice Wheat- ley, Meriel Smith, Norma Sexton, Mr. Eaton. Fourth Row: Cloral Rains, Wiliam Larrabee, Jimmy Lanham, Richard Terrill, Betty Lou Oyster, Mary McClain, Lola Bell Liston, Euleta Sanders, Jean Query, Betty Williams, Mary Virginia Six, Mildred Faye Martin, Bill Ward, Vance West, Rich- ard Vandewalker, Lester Ross. haf' : I lld I' . , pc ,.vV ll 5 I-'11-.t Row: F1-111 1'1111151-4 311115 1,1111 f1111111'S, 1111111111 FUI'- N' , 115, 11111111111 111111, 1111111 1111gl1115, XVZII1' 1111 .1l12l11111' 1g1'211111111, 1111115 1,1-1- 111111111-5, Zll1il 1111:15111'11. . 1 5 - - - - 1 1,1:11-1- 11.111-11 11111111 1.111'1111- 1Il1.:11f'5, 1111115 31:11'11- 111111- 41 I. f111'11C101'21 17111111111 131-115' .11-1111 1"11'2l111i1111. V11Qui11111 1121I'1il'1', .11-1111111- 111111-5, 111111111 N1Z11'11' G1-111311-, 111'l111t' 171l111'i111, 111111-1 1'11K11'21, AIV11- 1fl'1111l'111 C1111'1'1111. S1-1-111111 Row: l,1-1- 1'1111111'1g111, 1,1-1-115 A511111 1':1lL1l111I' 1!1115511111, K1-1111 11111151111, .1111111 A111'l'11Z1111j', 1121111 -X11111115. .1111111 A1111-11, 1'l11:1-1' 111111. 131115 T11111 A1111-1111, I-'ir51 Row: 151111 R111111151111, XXY15111- XY111-115, 131111 I 1.111-5', .1111111 XVQ'11I11Ll1'Y1S1l'1', XY1-511-5' .111111-5, f1l'1'Zl1l1 1.1Yt'S?lj', Dirk VVl'11', .1111'k S11gg551-12 S1-1'11n11 Row: X'11',g1111z1 1.1-igh, 1112115 1Jl'l'1i. 131-115' 11-1111 '1'115'1111'. fX1111j1111-11- K12lI1l1111!. 1121111 c11'Zll'l' 1V1f1111'l', 11-1111 311'Gi111111'11. 1-I111i111- Sl'11l111, N11111111 SL'111'l7Q'i1l'1'. C1111-1111-1 XX'i11i:11115, G1-1115111111111 .1l1111'5. 1N121LlI'111l' 1111111 11115. 1iz1th1111-11 111-11-111111111. B1-115 S111- 151'1'S1f1Z111, '1'h1-1111 XY2l11l'1'S. 11121111111 XYl1ll111l'I'S. 1,111-5' A3111 King, Fl111'11n1-1- 911'XX2l1'1'. 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Third Row: N111 S111111L1l'1I1!1, N1:1x1111- 111'11XX11, 132l1'1I111, 1,1-111 1111111-5', N1-1111-.111111- 112l1'1'1S, 111111111 L1111111 N1111111-11 f11211I11, .1il111' 15121111 A1111 1,1-1- 111'U1'1i, N11115 15111-111-11, 151-111111111 N2111 1115111111 .1111- 111111g1-5. 1'1-115 1-1115, 11:111- f11'1S5L1111, 1,511- f1Il11111Zl1111, '111'11Zl1 l'111111-5 N11-11111111 N1l1X A111111-115, 12111111115 111-111111, 131115 .11-1111 V11-11111-11i11g. 1.1-1115 1121X'1S, R111 '1'1111111115, l'1111rt11 Row: N1111111111 11111'11511r1, .1i1111115 C1l'1111'1' N1-151111 111111. .11111i111' 111l1111211'l1, .11111 1'11'l'111'11, 1X11l1I'l'X'1 . , . ,. . 1121I'l1111,1112111195f.1111l1l1j1l111, IJ11511- 1.1151-11, 11il11' 1111111- 11l'1'U,'. 121111115 121-115, 1'f1'1-11-111- f1f1I11il', 11111 1111111111 XY115111- C1'1'11!411i1XX, A111111-11' 1'1l1l'111, C'112l1'11'S 1i1-12. .1111111 B1111l'j'. .1f'1'1'j' f121I11S1l'. l1'1111rth Row: 31155 A1111:1, 1'1111li111- 11U111'1'1S1111, 111-- 111-5'i1-5'1- Smith. S11511- Imwisz, 1,1115 O51-1'111111, ,1111'1111 K1-111-5. 111-11-11 1'1-11151111, 1'1-1'1-1111-111- 1':1t1151111, 1X121I'l1t11'1l . . . . , , 1 . 1x11'111111t111'11, 11211111119 5111l11I1l'1'S, 111-115' W111111-1, 1111115 1,111'111S. N11115' .12111l' .111111-5, 1i1151- A1111 S1111111. S11115 K111l1115g 1,1111i51- xY111C'11. 31111111-11 V1-111111111111, Vl'1111El '111111il'I'. Hf'161I1 .1z1n1- XX'h115'm1111. C11-11 S111l'12l11', 31115 1.1111i51- 1f5'I'11l'. 1V1111ji11111- 1i11'111111m. 11115. Sl'X'l'1'SfJ11. Fifth Row: NV115111- '1'115'1111', 171111 1fil111l11, 1,211 '1'1-1'- 11-11, 1111111-11 '1'1'll1111115, 11115 N11151111111, 1J1111:11- N111- 1111g1111111, 1,,21Y1l1 1.2l11IT11111, 1101115 1,1g1111, VV11111-1 111-11- quitv, Riclmrd Nf11'1h1Hjl1tJH. 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Martha Lou Wilber, Elaine Morgan, Catharine Whittenberg, Helen McGivern, Virginia Barkett. Second Row: Jean Pratt, Dolores Livesay, Ruth Straughn, Joann Bilyeu, Daisy Mae Hueston, Flor- ence Brown, Nancy Patterson, Zola Bilyeu. Pauline Payne, Helen Siek- .. - ' 1- 1 . Q man, Martha Nell Zant, Mary Ann Swank, Rosalyn Connor, Betty Jean Moore, Claudine Bandelier, Mabel June Riley, Elsie Chaney, Donis Park, Ella Eager, Doris VValdhy, Vera Henderson. Back Row: Lyle Barnes, Jimmy Swayden, Billy Hutchison, John McBride, James Mott, Kenneth Kirkpatrick, David Hilles, Tom Weaver, John Jacob, Wayne O'Nea1, Bill Street. inth Grade Home Room Officers Ninth grade officers are elected each semester, this semester offic- ers area PRESIDENTS 9A1 Pat Murphy 9A-2 Bobby Jack Rogers 9A-3 Tom Weaver 9A-4 Bill Parker 9A-NC Ray VVashburn VICE-PRESIDENTS 9A-1 Dolores Livesay 9A-2 Nina Gravette 9A-3 Lloyd Pike 9A-4 Sarah Jane Stewart 9A-NC Thelma Haskett For the Second Semester SECRETARIES 9A-1 Martha Nell Zant 9A-2 Letha Harris 9A-3 Arelena Cooke 9A-4 Marjorie Bellatti 9A-NC Fern Adams SENATORS 9A-1 Billy Hutehison 9A-2 Bert Hill 9A-3 Donald Smith Mary Helen Lewis 9A-4 Lyle Barnes 9A-NC VVanda Elmore HOME ROOM MOTHERS 9A-1 Mrs. S. L. Reed Mrs. A. R. Swank 9A-2 Mrs,A. VV. Jacob Mrs. E. W. Rogers Mrs. W. H. McPheeters 9A-3 Mrs. Lucille Ferguson Mrs. J. C. Haning 9A-4 Mrs. R. D. Austin 9A-NC Mrs. G. D. Day SPONSORS Miss Ethel Markwell Miss Rosalie Becker Charles C. Courtright R. D. McDo1e Hugh Coonfield ORGANEZATIONS FEATURES DEPARTMENTS we ,un-1-5 f-41-v""x 1 Xi' Bronze and Blue Staff Tommy Ratliffe Myra McLain , Ross Floyd . Zane Palmer . Dale Nance . . Sara Jean Frisch Donald Looper . Arthur Kuhlman Marian Pinney . . . . Editor Associate Editor Business Manager . Sports Editor Literary Editor . Society Editor . Art Editor . Razz Editor . . Music Editor Marie Fenner . . Honors and Awards Dale Trumbly . Photographer-in-Chief Edwin Roberts . . Circulation Manager Bill Hughes . . .Advertising Manager Mrs. Florence Severson . . . Sponsor 4 sv - .- .1 if an, sf ... bi . 1 4 5 - sf' f, 4 V X..- my 1597" ' v 5 1- ' I u- f W4 ' .4 V al' Xb, ', T.. ss. Ar. , it Other Menihers of Publications Board VV. VV. McCollom, Principal ..... Ex-Officio Chairman Miss Faye McVVethy . . . Treasurer Mrs. Edna Bryan . . . Co-adviser J. A. Cocannouer . . . Senior Sponsor Joe Hammond . . Senior Class president Kenneth VVilson .... Senior Class Representative Dick Vkiilber . . Junior Class Representative Donald Sullins . . Sophomore Class Representative Mary Ann Swank . . Freshman Class Representative 1 Council Officers Eugene Hammock, President , Kenneth Wilson, Vice-President - Jacque Moore, Secretary-Treasurer E. J. Brinker, Sponsor Mrs. Edna Bryan, Sponsor. Senior High Student. Council Representatives of Organizations Joe Hammond, Senior Class president Jim Winterringer, Forensic Club president Bernard Hueston, Senior Class representative Harvey Hesser, Senior Class representative Frank Whayman, Senior Class representative R. B. Billingsley, Junior Class president Bill Calmes, Junior Class representative Kenneth McCollom, Junior Class representative Joe Hodges, Sophomore Class president David Lahman, Sophomore Class rep- resentative Jean Love, Girls' Pep Club president Dick Wilber, Boys' Pep Club president Phyllis Becker, Girls' Glee Club repre- sentative Tommy Ratliffe, National Honor So- ciety president, Editor of the Bronze and Blue Ross Floyd, Business Manager of Bronze and Blue James Weaver, Band president Ethelyn Fisher, Orchestra president Glendora Donart, Drum-Bugle Corps A representative Sylvester Hackworth, Football cap- C . C 5 an ' 1 ' df , ,.. Q-.:.i1w. , I taill Olen Miller, Basketball representative Zane Palmer, Wrestling captain J. C. Lytton, Writers Club president Bill Platt, Press Club president A Betty Williams, Home-Economics Club representative Robert Davis, Industrial Arts Club Qu fy if , ' S.: I' president. Student Council Has Proved Its VVorth ln its third .vear of active participation in Pioneer entertainment and educational pro- jects, the Stillwater High School Student Council is striving to attain new goals in the development of proper spirit, ideals, and citizenship in our school. The council also attempts to bring student and teacher closer together: to secure management of extra-curricular activities in a self govern- ing manner, and, in general, to cooperate with and aid all students and organizations. This Council is a member of both the State and Northern llistrict Congresses and takes an active part in all meetings. Delegates to the State Convention at Muskogee were Eu- gene Hammock, ll. li. Billingsley, and Joe Hammondg and to the District Convention at Dewey were Jacque Moore, Joe Hodges, Joe Hammond, and Kenneth Wilson. ln this district Joe Hammond held the office of secretary for 1937-1938, and Kenneth Wil- son the office of delegate at large for 1938- 39. Mrs. Edna llyran was elected three year sponsor of the district. The members of the council are elected by and represent the respective organizations to which they belong. Officers are elected at the beginning of each school year, and each serves a term of two semesters. Sponsors are Mrs. Bryan and E. J. Brinker. Junior igh Student Council Junior High student council is composed of representatives elected from each home room and representatives from the organiza- tions sponsored liy the faculty. Officers elec- ted by the student body serve for one semes- ter. Installation of officers is held the first assembly after election. The oath is adminis- tered by the principal, Glenn Tonkinson. Miss Ethel Markwell sponsors the organiza- tion. Seated: VVanda Elniore, Ire-ni Whitson, Mary Frances Hoke, Miss Ethel Markwell, Odetta Davis, Al lene Bradshaw, Mary Louise Roh erts, Marilyn Harper. Second Row: Billie VVilson, Wil- liam Snead, Lyle Barnes, Vern Smith, Shirley Lanham, Claudine Bandelier, Mary Helen Lewis, Doris XValdby, Catherine VVhittenberg. Dick Scherer. James Sitton. J O 1 , Third row: Carl Ingersol, Elvis Curtis, Billy Hutchison, Tom VVeaver, Bert Hill, Raymond Thomas, Donald Smith, Gordon Brattin. Jack Martin, Hershel Clark, Keith McPheeters, ,ii fu- 1. S- . S99 in 1938 s Sponsor. Honor Society The Stillwater Chapter of the National llonor Society was char- tered on April 10, 1925, and through its fourteen years of active ser- vice has never failed to produce stamina for the students to attain a higher grade average and better citizenship. The membership is composed of the upper fifteen percent of the v 1 , I. --1: senior class and five percent of the junior class. Eligibility which ':' E' is based upon scholarship, service, leadership, and character is ac- X i 'Y quired by one electoral vote of each member of the faculty. - N ' . - Ux A Senior Students Elected -, 'xii , -J Q in 1939 ' 'L if y J. C. Lytton, Joe Hammond, Mary CUDP, Ann Lee Phil- lips, Lois Woolpert, Bradley ' Thayer, Jim Winterringer, f L' ' 'f Kenneth Wilson, Marcella 17 r 1 7 V Caldwell, Merriel Russ, Louis , ' f i , V f x 5 Anderson, Esther Quigley, , I 4 Marjalee Ransom, Vera May- ' J field, Ann McFarland. David Heller, Jean Love, Gladys Park, Catherine Hen- son, Jean Hughes, Lorayne Atwood, Francis Shirley, Ken- neth McEwen, Dorothy Show, Mary Ellen Goodner, Sara Jean Frisch, Bill Hughes. - J i I airs Students Flected to the Society Toniniy llatlifie, President, llalc Trumbly, Vice-President, Marjorie Whipple, Secretary, Norma llolmes, Treasurer: Ann lllair, Joyce IR-rdue, Frances Ireland, Beulah Mooreliead, Annice Waldby, Mrs. Velma Bishop, Junlor Students Elected ln 1939 , ,.: 'I f w 1 , . , S E XF 4 1 Y J Nu X , . V, Q 3 Kenneth McCollom Eugene Hammock Edvun Roberts W1ll1 1m Larrabee Dale Nmce Clolal Pams Raymond W Staten Carol Wood Joe Dean Bennett -1. a-41, 7614-fc State Honor Soeretv The chorces for the State Honor Soclety are made on scholarshlp only The upper ten pe1 cent of each class IS el1g1ble These members have been elected for the 1939 SOCl8tX QCHIOYS Ifred Anderson Frances Ireland Beulah Moolehead IOUIS Andexson Dale Nance Catheune Benson Anna lee Phrlhps Ann Blau Annlce Waldby Mary LOUISE L11 esay NIHFJOFIQ Vthlpple Tommy I athffe NIarJa1ee I-insom Esther Qu1 ley LOIS W0Olp91t Ann Mclrarl md Lauvxta Shne Peggy Fr1e dell Nlftrcella Caldwell Jumors Joe Dean Bennett Paul Howerton Glenn Smxth Mary Loulse Rathffe Echo Copley Frances Covelle Harry Wllson Donald Looper R B Bxlllngsley Kathleen Hagers Ne1l Brlggs Inez Derrxck Betty Lou Oyster Frank Hladky Thomas Hardln L1ll1an Cur t1s Edwm Roberts Sophomores Mary El1zabeth Zant Jane Blau' Phlllp Meyers Rose Ann Smlth Wayne Weeks Leta Dalley Joe Hodges Margaret Shannon AIRTJOTIB Ruth Mannmg Katherlne Tomkms B111 Payne Jack Saggsser Robert Trumbly Charles Martln Wanda Jean Brattaln John Abexnathy Ruth Hughes DaV1d Lahman Freshmen Dolores Ann LIVGSHY Ruth Straughn Donls Park Raymond Thomas Dorls Waldby Pat Murphy Elame Morgan LOUISE Crow Pau l1ne Payne Martha Nell Zant Bonme Jean Gregson W1ll1am HUtChlSOH John McBr1de Jr Betty Jean Moore Helen Selkman Mary Ann Swank Dons Andrews Lo1s Rader Genevra Reed Betty Trumbly - a . - l 4 .. ,Q A 6 4 1 J V1 V 1 I '.l 1 1 . C 1 C 1 V 1 , . 1 X A g 1 W 1 1 ' . , . . . I Y N 1 1 x .. 1 v ' 1 1 1 Y u . v 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 4 P 1 1 X 1 ' 1 1 4 1 1 1 1 , .1 . Y N . .7 -7 . . 1 .1 1 1 1 . . ,. 3 . I . ' V . 1 , L' ,L , , . 1 ' . ' 0- . W K 1 ra 1 1 , I .l 1, ., rv . ' C 1 1 ' 1 v Q . ,AK Q y , 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 Y ' . ' 1 1 1 1 Y . 'Y . . v .. . . K 1 1 1 1 1 1 7 P -1 1 1 1 - - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - Forensic Club ' Front Row: Naomi Young, Wan- da Nelson, Vara Bridges, Marjalee Ransom, Dorothy Show, Marcella Caldwell, Marjorie Whipple, Mary Schott, Dorthea Wagner, Helen Boyd. Second Row: Mr. Eaton, Louis Anderson, Mary Meyers, Nadine Bell, Louise Livesay, Donna Gray, Jean Barton, Vida Goolsby, Juan- ita Flesner, Bonnie Lee Hoel, Maurine Siegenthaler, Ruth Eager, Echo Copley, Glen Weston, J. C. Lytton. Third Row: Gerald Reed, Frank Hladky, Jack Miller, Tommy Rat- liffe, Fred Henry, Gene Hammock, Max Thomas, Robert Eby, Dale Nance, Jim Winterringer, Jack Payne, Ferrill Rogers. WWZWM This year's Forensic Club is an organiza- tion with 43 members. Approximately one- half of the students are in the senior speech class and the other half in the junior speech class. The members of this club have the opportunity of participating in several ac- tivities, including orations, extemporaneous speaking, and debate tournaments. A part of the first semester'S work was spent in studying debate work. In January the de- bate team attended the invitation meet in Oklahoma City, which was the largest in the world, and won five out of ten debates. For most of the group, this was the first tourna- ment ever entered. E. W. Eaton, the in- structor, planned also to have the team at- tend several other tournaments during the year, including the one at A. 8: M. College in May. E. W. Eaton, sponsor A fee of twenty-five cents per student is charged each semester to pay for the five dollar enrollment fee into the State Debate League and for the purchase of debate books and pamphlets. At the beginning of the year the combined group elected a representative to the Student Council to serve for the entire term. This year's representative is Jim Winterringer. At the beginning of each six weeks period both the senior and junior speech groups elect a president, a vice-president, and a sec- retary-treasurer for their own classes. In addition to debate work, the groups study diacritical marking and pronunciation of words, impromptu speaking, and parlia- mentary procedure. Jim Winterringer, Student Council representative. 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' 'l' P t 't In ' ' " t' - ' l , ' 5 . 4 .' - 3 2 I- .1 Q 1' ru- ' . 1. L- ell' - 1' 'K' K' ' ' I A l 12- l - 1' ,Si r- 'S -, , ' K, L, . ' 1 .. ' - 'V 1 , .' x , - . .' . K. -. , ,, ' . ' , , ' . " ' , ' 1 .' 1 ' , , , 1 1 . . 3 . . ' I- . S ' I -' ' 1 - Y' - . r ' -' 2 . ' 'Q C S, H . - . A I l . ' ' S, 1 I V W . . . .- '- . - - . . . . . . . . Q ' xv L v Q . 1. L' , I , ' L ' Y . . - , , , , 1 , ' " ,fw 1 l 'v In C K, 'L L 4 ' Q 1 ' Y v . - I ' 1 X1, 1 4. IQ' ', I ' 2 A K' A v A - 1 . -1- l".',l' ' 'NI' - Foreign anguages and Agriculture LATIN: The aim of the Latin course is two fold: first, to strengthen the student's English foundationg secondly, to meet the Latin requirements for those students who may need these courses in college. Latin stories and Caesar's campaign in Gaul are studied most of the year. The last six weeks of the second semester are given over to the study of word analysis. SPANISH: Much stress is put on the talk- ing of Spanish from the first week of the first year. The fundamentals of Spanish grammar and laying a foundation for conver- sation are the objects of the first year. SECOND SPANISH: Spanish teaches a working knowledge of the language. Conver- sation is entirely in Spanish. In this course some literature is read in order to give the students a better understanding and a great- er appreciation of the country, its customs and speech. BEGINNING AGRICULTURE: During the first semester of beginning agriculture, the study of soils, gardening, and farm crops is emphasized. The second semester em- phasizes the study of poultry, dairy, hogs, horses, and other domestic animals. During the entire year stress is placed on the prac- tical side of crop and animal production as they pertain to Oklahoma conditions. Jack Butler Laurence Smith Donald Brown Clyde Looper Donald Looper Ralph Jacobs John Creason Olen Miller Robert Ingersol Gale Kimball Rayford Hueston Mr. Cocannouer ' LJ Here and There Pictured here are members of some high-A school organizations. Left to Right: Editor Ratliffe and business manager Floyd of the Bronze and Blue ...... Part of journalism class in action, Mrs. Severson at desk ..... Lytton, Hughes, and Terrill writ- ing advertising while Fenner, Rader, and Six do the proofing ..... Kuhlman in the corner ..... Mrs. Cray's mathematics class, the picture taken by teacher, herself. Are they interested in mathematics or the pic- ture? ..... Floyd Cochran with hang over, or something . . . . . Genevieve Smith, stepperg Laneer Hamm, glee club: and Bernard Hueston, a good fellow ..... Marcella Cald- well, stepper, takes a squint at a spark plug ..... Step- pers again, stepping out ..... Phyllis Gravette, Evelyn Paulding, Wanda Nelson and Vara Bridges. I' Growth of Commercial Department The Commercial department, although one of the young- est divisions in Stillwater High School, has grown into one of the largest and most popular departments. It was begun in 1928 by Mrs. Florence Lackey, the first teacher. Now, at least 80 percent of the student body is enrolled in some commercial subject. The school year 1939-1940 finds 21 Royals and 21 Un- derwoods necessary to meet the demands of the 160 first year students. In addition to the typewriters, a mimeo- graph machine and a mimeoscope have been added to the equipment. The typing, shorthand, and bookkeeping courses are taught by Mrs. Lackey and A. C. Thomas. Due to the popular demand for more courses, other teachers aid in commercial instruction. Commercial Geography, Business Training, and Commercial Arithmetic are taught by E. J. Brinkerg and Commercial Law and Consumer Economics are taught by W. W. McCollom. Consumer Economics, a new subject, was introduced in- to the Commercial department the second semester. Its purpose is to help students understand their relationship with business and to acquire such information, skills, and attitudes as will enable them to solve their personal econom- ic problems with satisfaction to themselves and to society. Commercial courses are not only vocational but are recognized as being practical in every day life. Since its beginning, the department has won its share of honors in the Interscholastic contests. In 1938 Marjorie Whipple, a first year typing student, brought home the lov- ing cup from Enid. She also won first prize at Edmond ff- 1' and second at Norman. W qi No contests have been held this year, but the prospects W ok bright with Kenneth McCollom grossing in the 70's at U,,,,M7'KlWJtQl'iis time. Each year the standards get higher, so, while we mu., '50 ave many outstandng students in the typing depart- f,,..lv-' ment, contest speed is limited to a few. The contests are 1,,,,-no-P' open to any student desiring. to try. In addition to speed, letter writing, tabulation, and manuscript writing are parts of the contests. Thus every phase of training will be tested. Superintendent E. D. Price presents honor certificates to beginning students making 30 words or more per minute with not over five errors. At the end of February approxi- mately 75 certificates had been given. These certificates seem to be the prize most striven for by the beginning type- writing students. Aims of the Commercial Department The commercial department has a definite educational philosophy. Several of the courses are of practical value to all stu- dents regardless of their future training and choice of vo- cations. The objective of the first course in typewriting is primarily for personal use, with sufficient vocational em- phasis to prepare commercial curriculum students for ad- vanced typewriting. Commercial Law is important, in varying degrees, to people in all walks of life. Commercial Geography, Con- sumer Economics, and General Business Training each con- tain information and training that should daily prove useful to every one. Bookkeeping, although generally considered a strictly vocational subject, is becoming increasingly important to people in all vocations. Government taxation, business competition, governmental regulation of private and busi- ness economy, and a more intense struggle for economic ex- istence tend to make a systematic economic program, such as bookkeeping, imperative for anyone. For these reasons, the subjects mentioned are open to all students, and because of their imminent usefulness, all students are urged to take typewriting and bookkeeping. Shorthand, Second Year Typewriting, and Salesmanship are basically vocational and are taught with vocational ob- jectives. Students who contemplate future vocational training in private business colleges and schools of com- merce in the larger colleges and universities comprise the majority of those enrolled in these courses. A large number of Stillwater commerce graduates secure and successfully hold positions without further training. This practice is not encouraged, however, as it is felt that the broader the training of the individual, the greater the opportunity of advancement. This year so many radical changes have been made in the shorthand and typing contests that a great deal of special- ization would be necessary in order that one be properly pre- pared. It is probable that Stillwater will withdraw from contests after this year. However, this spring the depart- ment entered contests at Enid, Edmond, Tonkawa, Norman, and Stillwater. In the past the Commercial department has entered a few contests each spring. These contests have furnished an additional incentive for good work on the part of a great many students. Formerly the contest work has not re- quired much extra time on the part of the students or the teachers and has not been injurious to the classes. Home Economics Each course in Homemaking includes a unit of clothing. The girls learn how to be well dressed, how to select suitable materials, how to design the garments, and the necessity of looking one's best. Seventy-two girls in Homemaking II, III, and IV styled their garments with suitable accessories at the "Fall Style Show." Boys in Homemaking modeled clothing for "A Well Dressed Man." Awards were presented to Ruth Johnson, Letha June Britt, Lucille Cullers, Inez Derrick, Barbara Nell Clift, Annice Waldby, Florine Britt, and Marjalee Ransom. The foods classes plan, prepare and serve different types of meals-meals for special occasions and meals for different income levels. The girls work in family sized groups: Some plan, some prepare and serve, and some do housekeeping duties and eat. They have had the ex- perience of serving at teas and of helping with faculty and football banquets. The boys enjoy their food work which includes the selection of required foods for health and planning, pre- paring and serving of breakfasts and luncheons. This course also includes a study of the home, etiquette, se- lection and care of clothing, health and home, and family relationship. The Fifth Annual Open House was held in December. Exhibits were shown of the different phases of Home- making Other units taught are family relationship housing the famils home management health and child development Actual experiences are provided with care and arranging of furnishings at the cottage observations in the nurserw school and planning home entertainment The girls and boxs classes had a Christmas party to gether The boys prepared the refreshments and the gnls the entertainment. ax V' 'U' Officers of Future Homemakers CGirlsD Immodine Wright, President Betty Williams, Social Chairman Letha June Britt, Vice President Annice Waldby, Program Chairman Louise Livesay, Sec. Treas. Miss Myrtle Stimson, Sponsor. Future Homemakers Clubs Clubs have been formed from the home- making classes and have been named "Fu- ture Ilomemakers Clubs", Mrs. Elizabeth Brock is the sponsor. These clubs are affil- iated with the State and National Home Eco- nomics Association. The objects of the or- ganizations are to promote a feeling of fel- lowship, to develop leadership and personal- ity, to provide social activities, and to devel- op ideals of Homemaking. The clubs meet twice each month. The first meeting is a business session. The other is a night meet- ing for a program and social. The district club rally was held in Still- water in October. There were 30 schools represented and 370 club members present. The State meeting is held in Oklahoma City in March. The homemaking class for boys was first started this year under the able supervision of Mrs. Brock. One might get the impression that the Boys' Homemaking class contains a bunch of sissies, but the class belies its name, in fact, several of Coach Ralph Hamilton's undefeat- ed football boys are enrolled. Such notables as Roy Rickstrew, Pete Maxwell, Wayne Crenshaw, John Creason, Sylvester Hack- worth, Roy Brock, and Olen Miller are learn- ing the art of Homemaking. The class covered many different phases of boys' life. First the class studied clothes, learned what made pleasing color combina- tions, and how to wear clothes to get the best results. Next the boys took up etiquette which covers table manners, dancing man- ners, how to call for a young lady, and how to escort a young lady to a picture show. Then the class began cooking. Students were divided into three groups. One group would prepare the meal one day while the other group ate and the next day they would change duties. Officers of Future Homemakers CBoysJ Lawrence Smith, Presidentg Sylvester Hack- .7 worth Vice President' Olen Miller Sec Treas' Mrs Elizabeth Brock Sponsor Industrial Arts Top Picture: In the machine wood work course the advanced stu- dents build large projects such as office desks, writing tables, and cedar chests. This course is very valuable to the boys because they are given an opportunity to develop their skill in working with different types of wood. The keen competition is an incentive to the boys causing them to do more excellent work. The spirit of cooperation is emphasized in training the boys to work in harmony and to develop an unselfish atti- tude toward their community. Center Picture: The beginning course in hand woodwork is offered to any student in highschool from the ninth to the twelfth grade. It is a pre-requisite to cabinet-making courses, and students must continue this course for one year. In here the fundamentals and tool processes are taught. The picture is an illustration of the first semester's work. During the second semester the work is more advanced in that it includes better types of constructions and also problems in upholstery and wood finishing. Lower Picture: These scenes represent two of the courses taught in connection with woodworking machinery. A Lathe problem is being explained by the instructor, Willard Shingleton. This course can only accommodate six boys a day as there is only one lathe in the shopg however they manage to produce many unusual and attractive projects. This course is one of the most fascinating in the shop and always appeals to the visitors during open house. Instruction is given regularly in the use of other machines such as one shown with A. C. Miller, instruc- tor, in the lower picture. The boys are allowed the use of these machines in making large pieces such as cedar chests, desks, and bedroom suites. I wif. Shop Courses Are Popular The industrial arts department carries an enrollment of 250, divided almost equally be- tween junior and senior highschool students, and requires two teachers, A. C. Miller and Willard Shingleton. Courses offered for the junior students are mechanical drawing, one semester: hand woodwork. one semester: and general shop, two semesters. The general shop is required, and the students have some work in foundry, printing, leather craft, basket weaving. book binding, and sheet metal work. All senior high courses are elective and cover the fields of hand woodwork, machine woodwork, lathe, mechanical drawing, print- ing, and production shop. The machine woodwork class deals in heavy furniture. The most outstanding piece of work was done by llorace Ware and Edsel llall. These boys built a complete four piece bed room suite out of Philippine mahogany. Other exceptional pieces were done by Ver- land Keyes, a walnut dining table: Robert Davis and Horace Ware together have an of- fice desk and checking counter: Max Knox has four birdseye maple card tables: James Church and llillary Driggs each a mahogany bed. llobert Ward, Eugene Wedin and Fred llenry each has a walnut office desk. ln hand woodwork the leaders were Walter I'enquite with a sewing machine tableg Hex Demaree, a walnut study table: and Gordon Flesner, a breakfast table. During the first semester about twenty- five of the boys made beautiful cedar chests. The mechanical drawing boys are forerun- ners of the architects as they make working drawings, and even house plans and blue prints. Each one must make a set of sixteen drawings if he is a first year and eighteen if a second year student. Leaders in this class are Dwyer Duncan, who not only does mechanical drawing but is good at sketching, Leon Lewis, especially in- terested in house plans, and Max Gernert and Cloral Rains. The production shop is a practical course because is gives students contact with the trades and industries. These craftsmen build pieces for other departments and even for people not connected with the school. The printing class is in close touch with the entire system. These students print all hand bills, season tickets, advertising, office forms, letter heads, envelopes, tests and other material for the journalism depart- ment, senior cards, and even work for the grade schools. Elizabeth Long, a second year student, has dom- most of the extra printing for school organizations. Students who will probably enter contests this year are Robert Davis and llorace Ware. Hafter Cuttingg Dwyer Duncan, Lathe: Le- roy llarris, Hand Woodwork: Dwyer Duncan and Leon Lewis, Mechanical Drawing. This department organized an Industrial Arts Club, its purpose is to stimulate interest in the industrial field. Meetings were held semi-monthly during the first semester, at which time motion pictures relative to indus- try were shown. During the last semester the club members spent their meeting nights by working in the shop in order to speed up their progress. Robert Davis, President Bill Thomas, Vice-President Arthur Kuhlman, Sec,-'l'r1-as. A. CT Miller, Sponsor Willard Shingle-ton, Sponsor l i l .1 Cf f Front Row: Imfi Qght. Morris-I Russ, Joyce- l ,dum Joan Askvw, Louise- Glaxx Mary Jo Corbin, .Ii-an Lovi- Eve-lyn Paulding, Louise- Pit- tf-ngor, Vara Bridges, l's',ggy Frie-ds-ll. Sara .Is-an Frisvh. Sf lub Jirls K, N ,, fi J Pep Se-cond Row: Elaine- Scholl. Norma VVilson, Bc-tty .le-an Franklin. Catherine 'l'omp- kins, llf-ta Hubbard. Margie Mae- Luxa, He-lvn Boyd. Nada Scholl. Gr-nc-viewr' S mit li. Mary Sue- Thomas, Gs-ori,:i:1n- na Jonas, Bonniw LM- Hfwl, limma Ads-lv Swim. ! Third Row: Vida Goolshy, Gr:-tchvn Annv Pulvvr. Wan- da Nvlson, Mary Elizahvth Zant, Marjorie- Kirkham, Mary Scholl, Vi-lma Tinkr-r, Ruth Ann Hokv, Doris Phvlps, Phyllis Gravm-Ito, Kalhlovn Rvivhman, Marjorie Whipplf-, Mary Friedc-ll, Marjalc-0 Ran- som, Mary Jane Jones, Mar- tha Marie George. -'N 1 'iff ,- Z K9 1 1A JZ 89'-. if 4-H Club 16" There are 13 Payne County 4-ll Club members, s representing 4 county clubs, enrolled in the Still- Zane Pa1meffPfsSidem , , 1 , Ralph Jacobs, Vice-President water senior highschool and each is a leader of his or Maurim. Seigemhaler, Sec. Treas- her respective club. Many of these clubbers are widely known for their record work. Maurine Siegenthaler last year canned more fruit and vegetables than any other girl in Payne county, an accomplishment for which she was named county canning cham- pion. She is most widely known for her prize dairy cattle. ln county and state com- petition, her animals have nettled her 3236.- 25 in prize money. She has also been county health champion for the last two years. John Flesner, member of the Cottonwood 4-ll club, has been in club work for five years. He now is a member of the Payne county live- stock judging team. John won a trip to the Kansas City American Royal Livestock show last November for his good showing in live- stock judging. Zane Palmer, president of the Progressive 4-H club, is one of Payne County's foremost leaders both in livestock judging and produc- tion. He is vice-president of the Payne Coun- ty Federation of 4-H clubs. Offices he has held in his local 4-H club are game leader in 1933, livestock captain in 1934, song leader in 1935, president in 1936, vice-president in 1937, president in 1938, and president in 1939 for the Progressive 4-H Club. Also he now is a member of the Payne County Livestock judging team. Zane has received two trips to the Kansas City American Royal Livestock show as a result of his fine work in livestock production. Ralph Jacob, vice-president of the Progres- sive 4-H club, is well known for his dairy judging. In 1938 he was a member of the State Dairy Judging team which received a trip to Columbus, Ohio, to enter the National 4-H dairy judging contest. Last year he was vice-president of the Payne County Federa- tion of 4-H clubs and at present he is the game leader of the same. Other 4-H club members enrolled in S. H. S. are James Church, Lura Mae Houck, Wanda Weathers, Betty Jean Franklin, Paul Adams and Jean McGilliardg also Delores Madison and Andrew Focht. Betty Lou Oyster, James Church, Lura Mae Houck, Wanda Weathers, John F Flesner, Betty Jean Franklin, Paul Adams and Jean McGilliard 5' 3 f 'I 4' in I . 7-.f D Q -vip? if-" ' u --an-nn if li .5 1 If Xl: , '- fi' ' O T -Q ' 1 'I Q ' . A ' ' , i x ' y ,...-ni, 1 4' ' f Press Club Seated: Ann Blair, Juanita Ra- der, Mildred Faye Martin, Mary Virginia Six, Lura Mae Houck, Jeannette Kelley, Mary Louise Ratliffe. Imogene Gosnell, Marian Pinney, Josie Johnson. First row standing: Tommy Rat- liffe, Zane Palmer, Arthur Kulh- man, Mrs. Severson, Jean Love, Mary Jo Corbin, Carol Wood, Ruth Ann Hoke, Myra McClain, Sara Jean Frisch, Dick Cleverdon, Bill Hughes. Dale Nance. Second row standing: J. C. ton, Bradley Thayer, Edwin erts, Bill Platt, Max Thomas, Henry, Sylvester Hackworth, rence Smith, Richard Terrill Floyd, Kenneth Wilson, Miller. Lyt Rob Fred Law , Ross Olen The journalism department is divided into three classes this year. The beginning class of 25 members writes all the school stories for the Stillwater News and special stories for the Stillwater Daily Press. The publication of the Bronze and Blue is the responsibility of the advanced class. This was the major assignment for the group of 11 students, but they obtained valuable as- sistance from the first year class and several members of the faculty. The third class is the Commercial English sectiong these students are known as the copy readers and rewrite men, QE" The three groups make up the Press Club an organization numbering 37 students. Last year's club had the responsibility of making Stillwater Highschool's first year book since 1921. The book was awarded third place in the Interscholastic Press Association Contest held at Norman, June 12. Another job also has been undertaken by the Press Club. This is the assembling of an accurate history of early and present-day Stillwater, this record is being placed on the reference shelf at the Public Library for the benefit of both adult and student readers. Mrs. Florence Severson is club sponsor. Bill Platt President Joyce Perdue Vice president Mary Jo Corbin Secretary treasurer Mrs Florence Severson sponsor AWARDS HONORS MUSIC , Q 1 - 's fw , M.,-1-fx , .V ' 14 vm' . " ' H3-2 5:- ,W ,gg t ' ' I X P ,J ' . I ra 14 . ' ' I Q, -' 0 9 ' I s -O 1 ' f 2 llf , . v t rw A 5 F100 Standing: George Carter, Bill Thomas. VVayne VVeeks, Bob Riley, Carlos Morgan, VVesley Jones, Bill Cobb, Lancer Ham, Ross Floyd, Ren Saxton, Lee Pope, Andrew Hardin, VVQ-ndell Overman, Floyd Mc- Glammery, Edwin Roberts, Kenneth McEwen, Dick Redington, and Olen Miller. Boys' G The Boys' Glee club is chosen each year by selection from special tryouts at which any student may display his ability. The club under the direction ot' Mr. ll. G. Richards, has again completed a most active and suc- cessful year. The club this year consisted of thirty-four boys. During the first semester the boys appeared on several local programs and also broadcast over KTUI., Tulsa, November 13. Their repertoire has been quite variable as they sang' "O Peaceful Night," "The Animals Are Coming," "Trav'linI" Bantock's "Re- quiem," and "Stenka Razinf' the last two be- Bo S' Y The Boys' Quartet became popular by sing'- ing its novel numbers such as "Anchors Aweiglif' "Ragtime Cowboy Joe," and the more secluded numbers as "Long Day Closes," "When Day is Done," and "Venus Has Lit ller Silver Lamp." Their appearances were not limited to as- Ross Floyd, President: Kenneth VVilson, Vice Presi- df'flI3 Olen Miller, Sec. Treasg R. G. Richards, Direc- OF. Seated: Harvey Hesser, Jack Anderson, Junior Baker, Kenneth Wilson, Lyle Copeman, Ferrill Rogers, R. G. Richards, Jack Miller, Dick Wilber, Kenneth IVIcCollom, Gerald Livesay, Jimmy Gelder, and Dwyer Duncan. ee Club ing chosen as contest selections. The glee club plans to enter the state and district competition again this year in Nor- man and Tonkawa, respectively, and have high hopes of upholding' their past record of superior ranking. They have been rated in the field of superior division for the past four years. The aim of the club's activities for the year has been to foster a better feeling for glee club music, and the manner in which the or- ganization was received this year is an in- centive for the members to carry out a more extensive program than ever before. URITCK sembly programs, but they were always in de- mand by civic organizations and campus functions. The boys sang in the state, dis- trict, and Tri-state contests. This year's quartet was composed of liar- vey llesser, Ist tenor: Carlos Morgan, 2nd tenor: Dick Hedington, baritone, and An- drew llardin, bass. L..-f..A . 3 ' i i I -1 . 0 l I . xr , xl . NJ . f Top Row: Geneyiivxe Smith. Naomi Young, Lo- rayne Atwood. Georgianna Jones, Lavida Shire. Em- ma Adele Swim, Bonnie Lee Hoel. Annice VValdby. Louise Livesay, Jean Heydenburk, Mary Schott, Vel- ma Tinker. Mary Jo Corbin, Ruth Ann Hoke, Kath- leen Hagers. Pauline Riley, Juanita Rader, Lois VVoolpert, Beverley Truax, Katherine Thompkins, Girls' G ce Club Ender the direction of Mr. R. G. Richards. the Girls' Glee Club appeared at churches, schools, contests, socials, civic organizations, and convocations. On these occasions special selections were also furnished by the quartet and the octet. These entered the State meet at Norman and district at Tonkawa. Their contest se- lections were "Cherubim Song," Tchaikow- sky, "The Snow Legend," Clokey, and "The Snow" hy Elgar. Much credit for this outstanding music group goes to the director. Mr. Richards, who has kept alive interest and enthusiasm in the organization. . y ' A Mary Virginia Six. Mary Sue Thomas, VVandal4eQ-L son. and Betty Jean Franklin. Bottom Row: Louise Glas. Gretchen Pulver, Mar- ,iorie Whipple. Catherine Benson. Jacque Moore, Margie Mae Luxa. Norma Holmes, Mr. Richards, Helen Hensley, Vara Bridges, Mahle Virginia Hoke, Phyllis Gravette. Evelyn Paulding. Phyllis Becker, and Merriel Russ. U2'1I"CC'C Girls chosen to represent the Girls' Glee club as the organizations quartet the second semester were Emma Adele Swim, first so- prano, Bonnie Lee Hoel, second sopranog Margie Mae Luxa, first alto, and Merriel Russ. second alto. Some of their selections were "Disons le Chape1et"-Breton Folksongg Stephen Fos- ter's "Immortal", t'Beautiful Dreamer" and Bach Garnad's "Ave Maria". Soloists Those who sang solos were Lorayne At- wood and Mary Schott. soprano: Genevieve Smith and Jean Heydenburke, Mezzo soprano: Lois Woolpert, Mary Y. Six, Jauni- ta Rader. and Vara Bridges, contralto. Wi Jacque Moore President Phyllis Becker X ice President Emma Adele Qwim Treasurer Mabel X iieinia Hoke Secretary 5' I 4-li-sf 4 M1XCd Chorus Phe mixed chorus was made up of both the rrlrls and boys glee clubs On December 12 1938 th1s group asslsted by the local orchestra presented the Rose Malden by Cowen Because of 1ts lmport ance and the number of characters the cantata was g1ven m the college aud1tor1um Chorus numbers were In Exce1s1s Glona Mart1n J Luvaas Roll Char1ot Noble Cam Carlllon of Kharkoo Samuel R1Ch ards Games fArenskyJ The Muslc of Llfe Noble Cam The group was asslsted by four guest ar tlsts Barbara Hazel Donart soprano from Oklahoma A Sz M college Gladys Dunkel burger alto from Oklahoma A Sz M col lege Herman Larson tenor from the Un1 versxtx of Oklahoma J Forrest West bar1 tone flom Central State Teachers College Norma Holmes was the p1an1st and Mr R C 1XlCh2lldS and Mr Glen Varnum dlrectors M1XCd Quartet One of the fmest vocal ensembles was the m1X6d quartet Th1s group was sponsored by the Glrls and Boys Glee clubs m all quar tet contests and entertamment programs The quartet was composed of Mary Schott soprano Lols Woolpert alto Laneer Ham tenor and Lee Pope bass They sang Bendemeers Stream Mormng Now Beck ons Howdy Do Mxs Sprlngtlme and A Wood Song SOIOISKS Boys who gave solos were Harvey Hesser Cal los 'Vlorgan and Laneer Ham tenor Dxck Redlngton Kenneth Wllson and Jack Mlller barltone Lee Pope Andrew Hardln and Kenneth McEwen bass Octet The Gxrls Glee club sponsored an octet whlch proved to be a popular entertaxnmg group The glrls appeared on several chapel programs as well as at a number of churches and were the guests of the BUSIHCSS and Pro fessxonal Womens orgamzatlon durmg the fxrst semester The octet conslsted of Lorayne Atwood and Emma Adele Swxm fxrst sopranos Jac que Moore and Genevleve Sm1th second so- pranos Margle Mae Luxa and Lois Wool pert flrst altos Merrlel Russ and Phyllls Becker second altos Th1s group sang Mx Lady Chlo Clough Leeghter Waltz Vhth Me M Meade T llps W1lson A Cake Shop Romance Os borne You Moore Loxe Came Calllng Zamecmck l O , . . 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' sl , v 1 11 Y sf 7 , an 7' , 11 , u 1 1 - 1 u' - 95 ' , as 79 1 1 1 ' Ls H , as , ' 77 1 1 1 1 Out of the thlrtx plano students, f1ve xx ere t Mrs. Harold Le Crone Piano Department During the past xear the lllgll schools pmno department had thutx puplls emolled and thex haxe accomphshed much 1n the d1f ferent gl ades of mus1c plax ed One of Mrs Le Clones xoungel pup1ls Nhss Eleanor Harper entered the State Muslc Federatlon Contest at Enid 1n Nlarch During the Christmas season a recital was g1ven m the Tllangle Room of the Nozth Nlethodist church xx 1th all pupils talnng part 'md a spring' recital xxas plesented ln May xxlth selections replesentmg txpxcal muslc QBVQI al puplls plax ed duet numbers as xx ell as 1nd1v1dual classical selections, and other piano pup1ls helped out mstrumentahsts bx accompanxmg them 1n xarlous contests thloughout the xeai Gnls accompanx mg xx ere Lura Nlae Houck, Katherine Tompklns Peggx Frledell Jean nette kellex Jacquelme Moore, and Blllx Tom Amend from all forelgn countrles Jonts Eleanor Harper Pobm Thomas Dorothx Lee Burns Second row seated Sarah Jane Berrv Lura Mae Houck Jeanette kelly Henrx Lee Baccus Pattle uraham Herbert Graham Jr Peg box Q Harper Harrx Beeler Jones Mar 10111 Pulxer Barbara Burns Char lotte Chft Nadine Poxxell Kather me 'lompkms Jean Nest Eleanor Bard lex ex Frledell Helen Jane XX h?xm'12 4 Bohn Barbara Thomas Marx Frledell Joan VVood Barbara Nell Cllft Maurlne Murphx Exelxn Paulding Lois Woolpert Bxllx Tom Amend 'Vlrs Le Crone . K L 't C , . u, , , , . . . W . . ' ' v' ' v ' x Q , v 1 I Q V , . . .' . 1 V . . , L i 5 A S - V 1 .Y 1 ' ' . . A . .ll I , .Y 1 V H V Y A 4 C . . . First row seated: Sally Lou Third row standing: Dorothy Back row standing: Jo Anne xl' ' N K ' .' X v ' I . -v A c ' K " -1 t' ' -' 1 - . - v y A-. V : 4 x l -v CA -v ' . t . v . - i ' V ' , ,X v ,' 7 - ' ' ' ' W ' A . ,. , . . . X ', -' -, ' -' ' -1 v 1 y ,' ' 1 , . ., ' - 1 s Y A 3 . 17-4 l v 7 ,. 5 ' , .. ' 1 A - l , Q l SIU! R , V4 41 F ' - Q ,V ii 1 0 ' I M rr this Officers:'kjEthelyn Fisher, Drum Major ancg NQlaSSek Shan- First : non, Vice-President, Doris Gudgel, Secretary and Treasurer: Morrisine f Wood, Publicity Manager: Nellie Jane Harris, Twirlerg Joe Dean Bennett Twirlerg Glendora Donart, Student. Council Representative. Second Row: Vera Smith, Jo El- len Canfield, Barbara Burns, Theda VValters, Frances Martin, Lucille ter, Ada Lee Brock, Glendora Do- nart, Jo Dean Bennett, Ethelyn Fisher, Nellie Jane Harris, Betty Sue Pershall, Lola Dean Bilyeu. - 0 Third Row: Doris Waldby, Sara Roselyn Ferguson, Shirley Lanham, Nlorrisine VVood, Margaret Shan- Fourth Row: Virginia Barkett, non, Katherine Tompkins, Cami- Hughes, Doris Gudgel, Elsie Chaney, Ruth Elledge, Berry. Potts, Eloise Dreessen, Sara Jane Helen Ratliffe, Gladys Park, Louise Livesay, Lauvita Shire. rum and Bugle Corps This outstanding marching unit was start- ed in the summer of 1938 with an enrollment of 32. At the beginning of the fall school term the girls were ready to get down to business in preparing for all contests they would be eligible to enter. During the first semester the enrollment was limited to 36 and the high-stepping las- sies began to be in demand for parades and football games, and received an invitation to appear in the llomecomniing parade at Tulsa. A drum ensemble which represented Still- water in spring contests was composed of Lucille Hughes, Margaret Shannon, Nettie Beth Bilyeu, Glendora Donart, and Betty Sue Pershall, all members of the Drum and Bugle Corps. Some of the marches learned by the corps this year were: t'We're In the Army Blow", "Andy", "Mi", and "Harmony March". The organization owes much of its success to its little prancing drum major, Miss Ethleyn Fisher. whose dress is all white with a blue belt. The only problem confronting the girls was the question of uniforms. They at once got busy on designs and accepted blue flannel skirts and boleros, bronze satin peasant blouses with sashes, white shoes, and blue bellboy hats. Their first public appearance in their new costumes was in the Tulsa pa- rade. ..,,,...-.f-if - -.-... --4-vang 1 7 . ki A it I 2 T' 4' it in Orchestra FIRST VIOLINS: Frank Hladky. Jr., Nada Scholl, Delores Livesay, Frank Cross, Phyllis Becker, Eugene Ratliffe, Genevra Reed, Edmund Si- mank, Andrew Focht. Jean McGil- liard, Max Gernert, Jo Ann Bolin. Grifford Glover. SECOND VIOLINS: Bobby Hladky. Helen Blair, Elaine Scholl, Bonnie Kelley, Ella Eager, Genevieve Echols. John Peek, Gladys Park, Virginia Burkett, Ruth Baird, Juanita Baker, Philip Haddad, Ken- neth Lyle, Margaret Baer, Bill Smith, CELLOS: Polly Patterson, Marjalee Hanson, Frances Ligon, Thomas Har- din, Sara Roselyn Ferguson, May Louise Kyme. llaxing just completed its sixth season un- der the direction of Glen M. Yarnum, the high school orchestra numbering 88 instru- mentalists has become an integral part of the curricular activities of the school. The orchestra added much to the renown ot' the school by appearing in an invitation contest at Shawnee, the district tournament at Tonliawa, the tri-state festival in Enid, t if my V5 Z: x ' and the state contest held in Stillwaterg and by giving the annual joint concert with the band March 12, by accompanying the Glee Clubs' Cantata in December, and by present- ing numerous chapel programs and P. T. A. entertainments. Advanced instrumentalists were given op- portunity of appearing as soloists or members of ensemblesg some were honored by being Officers of The Orches rt " Ikiilr. Varnumv, Director ll ill V-President A , M". .' ,. Hardin, Secretary 'ft V 'j MY, ceftipp, Librarian. 'I tra l- isher, President STRING BASS: Marian Pinney, Mary Cupp, Ada Lee Brock, Junior Hall, Mary Louise Ratliffe, Mabel June Riley, Leon Lewis, Jeannette Kelley, l.ura Mae Houck. CLARINETS: Vlfendell Orerman. Kenneth McColl0m, VVilliam Lar- rabee. Richard Vandewalker. selected to play in the all-state lligrh School Orchestra at the Band and Orchestra Clinic held at A. 8: M. college in December. Among the major offerin,Q's of the season were "The Barber of Seville", "Overture by Rossini", "Coriolian", "Overture by lleeth- oven", "Symphony Number 2 in C Major" by Schumann, "Fantasie Triomphalev by Du- bois, "Cencerto Number 4" by Mozart, and some 100 other lesser works from the classic masters. Ensembles were String Trio: Violin, Frank OBOES: Dare McGilliard, Will Clubb. FLITTES: Patricia Kyme. Donna Gray, Myron Ledhetter. Kenneth McEwen. FR E NC H HORNS: Raymond Staten, VVorrall Clift. Cloral Rains, Harry VVilson. BASSOONS: Dick Cleyerdon, Gil- bert Clift. CORNETS: Dale Barr. Andrew Hardin, Dean Hafner, Al- bern Cross, Bobby Heath. Hoke. 3. TROMBONES: Tommy Ratliffe, Gordon Burrows, Louis Ligon, BASS HORNS: Bradley Thayer, Manley Cottingim. PERCVSSIONS: Jerome VValsh. Gerald Robertson. David Heller, VIOLAS: Zula Han- sard, Ethelyn Fisher. Mary Eager, Donis Park, Marion Babcock. Jean Heydenhurk. HARP: Ruth Ann llladky, Jr., Cello, Marjalee Ransom, Piano, Norma Holmes. String Sextett: Violin: Nada Scholl, De- lores liivesay, Elaine Scholl. Viola, Jean Hey- denburkg Cello, Frances Ligong Bass Violin, Mary Louise Ratliffe. Soloists were Violin: Frank Hladky, Jr., Delores Livesay, Frank Cross, Eugene Rat- liffe. Viola: Ethelyn Fisher, Nada Scholl. Cello: Frances Ligon. Bass Violin: Marian Pinney, Ada Lee Brock. Harp: Marjalee Ransom. M ff. 0 Q 2 .-Q CC? FLUTES: Charles Nickolls, Patricia Kymc. Frances Covelle, Donna Gray, Kenneth Mc- Ewen, and Cedric Smith. FRENCH HORNS: Cloral Rains, Sterling Wartman, Harry VVil- son, Worral Clift. Kenneth Kirkpatrick, Charles Leach, Raymond Staten, Mary Cupp, and Leon Lewis. ALTO CLARINETSf John Weilmuenster, Billy Tom Amend, Walter Pen- quite. BASSOONS: Gilbert Clift, Ethelyn Fisher. OBOESg Dare McGilliard, Will Clubb. BASS CLARINETS: Dick Cleverdon, Jr. Hall, SAXAPHONES: Wesley Jones, Virginia Bar- ker, Jack Miller, Mary Helen Lewis. BAR1- TONES: Harvey McCowen, Thomas Hardin, Edith Audrey, Walter Nickolls, Jacque Moore, Kenneth McCollom, Marian Pinney, Zulu Han- sard, David Heller, Richard Terrill, Vvayne Vogler, and Jack Schultz. lr lhe band has just completed one of its busiest and most successful years. Under the able leadership of its conductor, Glen M. Varnum, the band has portrayed its fine musicianship and technical ability in many contests, concerts, and various other public appearances. During the first semester the 91 members donned their uniforms of bronze and blue twenty-seven times to represent the school at football games, parades, convoca- tions, booster trips, political rallies, and even ll- -4 for a broadcast over KTUL, Tulsa, November 13. In May, 1937, a trophy from the regional contest was added to the already crowded walls of the "bank shack." Major contests this year in which the band participated were at Shawnee, the district at Tonkawa, the Tri-State at Enid, and the State meet held at Stillwater. Some of the compositions played were Tschaikowsky's Overture "1812", "Egmont V Glen Varnum, Director Kenneth McCollom, Drum major Marian Pinney, Band queen James Weaver, President Junior Hall, Vice-president Mary Cupp, Secretary-treasurer Dick Cleverdon, Publicity. 7'1" 1'x :Ai uv ,D 'Q TROMBONES B111 Parker Ben Pratt Wayne Weeks Louis Ligon Don Stewart Zane Palmer Tom my Ratliffe Gordon Burrows Bradley Thayer James Weaver Manley Cottonglm David Lahman Jerome Walsh Gerald Robertson Merriel Russ Ruth Ann hoke CLARINETS Wendell Overman fi William Larrabee Bert Hill Charles Mart1n Richard Vande walker Junior Baker Fommy Sanders Donald Fngle Dick Well muenster David Houcl- Mary Louise Ratliffe Keith McPheeters Bobby Lee Barnes Everett Bailey Gordon Brattain Earl Staten Cathryn Hardin J1mmy Sollers ,,.,, Wyche Murphy Jam s MOTYIS Thomas Anderson B111 Penquxtc CORNFTS Dick Redingfon Bob Heath Andrew Hardin Dean Haf ner John Jacobs Edwin Poberts Dale Barr Albern Cross Mary E1 le11 Clubb Edward Ieonard Wtau J111a Hazen Knowles Boaz Overture Beethoven Libussa Overture Smetana Caprice Italien Tschaikows lx Sxmphony 111 B Minor Schubeit haymond Overture -Thomas and some P00 m irches. Contest numbers pliyed tl1is year were Colossus of Columbia March by Alexan- der -ind Oxerture 1817 by Tschaikowsky. Soloists were Iilute: Kenneth Nlclilwen and Nlyron lcdbetter. Piccollo: Charles Nicholls and Donna K riy. Fngrlish llor11: Vlfill Clubb. Oboe: Dare McCilli1rd. Clarinet: kenneth NlcCollom W endell Overman Keith NlcPheet- ers and Tommy Sanders. Alto Clarinet: Wil- " l.-irrlbee. bass Cl irinet: Tommy Sanders. Alto Saxaphone: Mary Helen Lewis. Tenor Saxaphone: Wendell Overman and Wesley Jones. Baritone Saxophone: Dick Cleverdon. Bass Saxophone: Junior ll: ll. Bassoon: Ethelyn Fisher and Cilbert Clift. French Horn: Clo1'al Rains and Wor- rall Clift. Cor11et: Bob Heath, Andrew Har- din, John Jacobs, and Dale Barr. Fleugel Horn Edwin Roberts and Albern CIOSS Trombone Gordon Burrows and Tommy Ratliffe Ba11tone Horn Thomas Hardin Tuba. James Weaver Bradley Thayer and Nlanley Cottongim. Snare Drum: David Heller. Ensembles Fliute Quartet: Kenneth McEwen Myron Ledbetter Donna Gray Frances Covelle. Clarinet Trio: Richard Yandewalker keith NlcPheeters Junior Baker. Clarinet Quar- tet: Junior Baker Mary Louise Ratliffe Bobby Lee Barnes Tommy Sanders. Wood- wind Quartet: Kenneth McCollom hichard Vandewalker William Larrabee Billy Tom Amend. Brass Quartet: Pob Heath Andrew Har- din, Harry Wilson, Thomas Hardin. French Horn Quartet: Cloral Rains, Mary Cupp Harry Wilson, Worrall Clift. Trombone Quartet: Gordon Burrows, Tommy Ratliffe, Zane Palmer, Don Stewart. Cornet Trio: Dale Barr, John Jacobs, Veaujilla Hazen. Amerlean Leglon Shop Contest Contest Lach veal the -Xmerlcan Leglon of Oklaho ma conducts a statewlde oratorlcal contest among the hlgh schools of the state The county meet was held at Stlllwater thls February and Ferrlll Rogers a Stlllwatel hlgh school senlor won the meet IIIS oratlon was The Ideals of Llberty as a Means of Internatlonal Frlendshlp and state contests Rotarv Oratorleal Contest The oratlon contest held annually by the Rotary Club was a hlghllght to those stu dents Interested ln developlng thelr speech PIIZQS of 6 4 and 2 dollars were awarded to J C Lytton Juanlta Flesner and Ferrlll Rogers by Mr Peyton Glass ln behalf of the Rotary Club as fllSt second and thlrd places lespectlvely The awal ds were lven at the regular Tues day evenlng dlnner of the club on February 17 1939 Subjects were The Amellcanl zatlon of Amerlca bs J C Lytton The In complete Commandment bx Juanlta Fles ner and The Ideals of Llberty as A Means of Internatlonal Frlendshlp by Ferrlll Pogers Sponsored by Rotary Club 'lhe StlllVS3t6l lotllx Club ls sponsorln a contest belll Cdllled on lll the l1flIldXK ood wolk classes of the lndustrlal -Xlts depalt ment of the hl h scllool COI1StIllCt10Y'1 of fulnlture or my plactlcal plete ulll be lud ed on 1Cll16V6I'I18I'1t allllltx lll CllOOSlI1 and de S1 1111 workmmshlp NllOWlll mllllpulatlxe sltlll the flIl1Sll and the pro ress Upon com and cash awalds ulll be lX9l1 fllSt second and tlllld place XXIIIHQIS Sllver Plaque Aw arded to Schools The Chamber of Commelce plesented the Stlllwater Publlc Schools Wlth a sllver plaque for melltorlous work ln cltlzenshlp Super lntendent E D PFICE recelved the plaque and gave It to the schools at the faculty dln ner Februalx 16 1939 The award was to show appleclatlon f01 SGTVICGS lendered to Stlllwater and the Chamber of Commerce by the publlc schools Phe plaque wlll VlSlt Ill each of the bulld lngs then wlll be put ln the trophy case of the senlor hlgh school U I . 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Amerlcanlsm An AHl6l1LdI11Sm Fssax Contest for 1un1or and senlor hlgh school students was sponsor ed bx the Junlor Chamber of Commerce dur mg the month of Febluary All themes were handed ln to the offxce of Stewart Llnscheld dlrector on Ifebruarv 23 1939 Subyects to be chosen from were The Bxll of Plghts and Thexr Xalue The Rlghts of the Cltlleh Under Our Constltutlon The Nleamng of Amerlcamsm and What IS the Democ1at1c Wax of L1fe" Local vnnners recemvmg prlzes wele Jane Blalr flrst So Jerry Carhsle second S3 Velma Tml er thlrd S1 50 Donald Nmman fourth S1 and Estella Hale flfth 51 The wlnmng local essay vllll be entered ln the state contest and the vsmners of fxrst second and th1rd places 1n that contest w1ll recelve S23 S15 and S10 respectlvelx B and P.W Club Guests Glrls have been chosen alternately from Junlor and semor h1gh school durlng the last year to be the honor guests of Busmess and Professlonal Women S Club These selectlons are based upon 1n1t1at1ve scholarshlp and c1t1zensh1p The hlgh school facultv selected the fol lovnng g1rls for the past year Senlor hxgh glrls were Anmce Waldby Margorle Whlpple Frances Ireland Norma Holmes Joyce Per due Ann Blalr and Beulah Moorehead Jumor hlgh gxrls were Betty Jean Moore and Barbara Jean Konklm ROIHFIQHS Honor Senlor Boys A semor bov has been selected each month for the past school year to attend the Tues day nlght meetings of the Rotary Club for a perlod of one month Selectlons made by the faculty are based upon scholarship lea dershlp c1t1zensh1p and character Boys who attended these meetings were Joe Hammond Olen Mxller Tom Ratllffe Eugene Hammock Lou1s Anderson J C L5 tton J1m Wlnterrlnger Kenneth McEwen and Kenneth Wllson SIX All round I-mal selectlon of the s1x best all around boxs and glrls ln the semor high school was made March 16 Students selected were Eugene Hammock and Mary Cupp semors R B B1ll1ngsley and Jacque Moore Juniors Joe Hodges and Bllly Tom Amend tled and Glendora Donart sophomores In order that the cholce may be falr and representatlve as posslble xt IS selected by four groups The names of the highest ranklng flfteen boys and g1rls m each class are submxtted to the students by the faculty Students of each class then select three boys and three glrls from thexr class From thls lxst flnal selectlon of the s1x students quahfymg for the tltle of best all around boy or girl IS then made by the Student Councll The Best All around Student awards are based on self rellance soclal bearmg 1n1t1a tlve oo operatlon scholastlc standmg atten dance act1v1t1es school Splrlt promptness dnsposztlon mtegrlty and dependabllxty I Q I x s v n - Q . . .. 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Sprlng Awards Awards to be offered later thrs sprrng are the Cllft award Umversrtx of Oklahoma Award Student Councll Award Rotarx Band Award and mdrvrdual awards for band and orchestra members W R Clrft member of the board of edu catron offers an award of S20 to the mem ber of the semor class who most examplrfres the ldeal CltlZ8H of our school commumtx When the Unlversrtx of Oklahoma holds ltS mterscholastlc meet two senlor boys are chosen on the basrs of scholarshrp and leader shlp the names of the two boxs w11l be en ffraved on the plaque presented to the school bv the sponsors of the meet Last xear w1n ners were Ted Barrd and Frank Lahman Each vear the Rotarw Club makes an award of ten dollars to the outstandmg all around member of the band or orchestra Thrs se lectron rs based upon mus1c1ansh1p character leadershlp scholarshlp helpfulness and hrs ffeneral attrtude In 1937 Robert House was chosen for hrs accomphshments and rn 1938 Norton Hrg Ulns recerved the award for hrs work Awards are UIVGH everx tear bx Dlrector Glen Narnum to the members of the Strll water hrgh school band and orchestra accord Each musrcran has an opportunltv to make polnts bx plaung certam muslc correctlx and by dolng extra work thew can also be sub tracted when there IQ some mlsconduct At the end of the year the frve rn the orchestra w1th the hrghest number of pomts recerve DIES for therr accomplrshments Qtrll other medals are awarded to the upper frftv per cent of the members IH both musrcal groups Mr Varnum mstrtuted thrs sy stem as an rn centrve for harder work bx the musrcrans C I V 1 l 'l .v ' an l ' A 7 , ' v 1 , . .tv Ar v . , ' ' ' V ' -. I M l l I - 7 ' ' o . , ' . V - V . V V V . V Q x Q , , , . V . . , V . - V I V V ing to their work, conduct, musicianship. . , l l 1 .Y ' , NY l ' V . . 5 Q V . . . . . . V M . V . - V , . . . V . - . . . . . V V . V V VV . . V socerrv QUEENS AcTuvrr1Es CALENDAR 4 1. -mv xx A 5 fa. 3 , 1 'Q ,-.. NR ,s Ma I 4 f a :L 5 y- ' . 1 -, V . . , rw xx, .1 g JW, .tg fi ' , Y' 3 1, V -'S' ' ,ww i'-.., . -. V V , a, S : F' ,J-1' F ,- ' - N X -, 'E ' " , . ' l' Y ' : 9 , ' -,S ef 2 If i P"- : V --, we -L: 1 ,en . 2 11 - -' : . , . S - 1, -2 A -k , A ' ' M? fu . f fs v fn 5 f' If K 1.1-.J LC Rl Ill XXX lltllxl L - 1 X SQ! vi .,-x rffxw., ' f .. ' -, NIARIAN PINS IiY Band Queen at I X .,, , 1' ,Q , ff' HX HLBBARIJ Vcmtbnlll Queen 1, 5 Y l Nl,-XRTIIA NI'fI.I, ZANT Princess of the Bronze and Blue Pictures: Top--Ratliffe. Editor, Hoke, Queen, VVilson . . . Alumni cn- Aioycd games . . . Mrs. Lackey dances with student. Rogers . . . Floyd Crowns Queen Hokc -... Mr, McCol- lom, just sweeping. Frontier Frolic The annual llronze and Blue frolic which is held each year for the purpose of electing a Bronze and Blue Queen was carried out this year in the "frontier" motif with every one dressed as cowboys and cowgirls. Bales of hay, wagon wheels, and bronze and blue streamers decorated the junior high gymnasium where the event was held December 2. Miss Ruth Ann lloke, junior class candidate, ruled as queen of the jubilee after winning from her two opponents. She was crowned by lioss Floyd, business manager of the llronze and Blue, and was presented with a silver loving cup. The grand march which took place following the Coronation was led by Tommy Ratliffe, editor-in-chief, and Miss Joyce Perdue. The programs in the shape of wagon wheels were given out by lloss Floyd and Miss Sara Jean Frisch. Entertainment during the evening was furnished by N. Y. A. en- tertainers including Ituth lleatherock, Sylvia Ilolt, Bill Phillips, llarry Richmond, and others. Ping Pong and many other table games were placed in the lower hall and proved very popular. The concession stand did a good business. About 150 people en- joyed the evening's fun. Chaperons were Mrs. Florence Severson, Miss Faye McWethy, Mrs. Edna Ielryan, Mr. E. J. Brinker, and Principal W. W. McCollom. Victory J ubilec To add to the Homecoming Festivities this year, the Bronze and Blue staff and the Stu- dent Council combined to sponsor the Victory Jubilee which was held November 5 in the Junior High gymnasium. Games of chinker chek, dominoes, ping pong, and checkers filled the hallway of the building for those who didn't care to dance, while in the gymnasium other students danced to the music of a nickleodeon. Price of admission depended on the size of ones foot, and Mr. A. C. Miller was on hand at the door to measure every foot. Another feature of the jubilee was a drawing for those who had purchased the Bronze and Blue Yearbook. Two prizes, a box of candy and a lapel watch were given and were won by Geraldine Lovell and Frances Ligon, respectively. Chaperons were Mrs. Florence Severson, Miss Faye McWethy, Mrs. Edna Bryan, Mr. E. J. Brinker, and Principal W. W. McCol- lom. Students in charge were Sara Jean Frisch, J. C. Lytton, Jean Love, Ross Floyd, Frank Whayman, and Marie Fenner. ' 4 .-...N-'M 'C 4: " ef51,:?i-SFS .VT F Q School Life Left to right-Carlos Morgan, Professor Dilber- ry .... Ross Floyd, Ralph Phelps, Billy Hinkel, Kenneth Wilson, Dick Wilber, Joe Ham- mond .... Snake Charmer, Jr. Hall . . . . Nada Scholl, Virginia White, Mabel Virginia Hoke .... 3 men on a bike, Jack Shultz, Ren Saxton, Jr. Cooley .... Ken- neth Horton .... Max Thomas and Pal Pinkey .... Ileta Hubbard .... Soda Jerker Norman Harrison .... Sara Jean Frisch, Bob Riley, Arthur ,Khulman and school bus .... Glimpse of S. H. S.'s Robert Taylor, Richard Vandewalker. Hobo Dance During the year, various groups of stu- dents gave private dances and other enter- tainments. One of these was a "H0bo', Dance pictured here. Left to right: Drug store cowboys at intermission. "Hobo" Mc- Cowen and Tramp Hall take a chaser. Another Knight of the Highways-Ed Roberts with Segar. Another intermission at local drug storeg Overman and Richman in foreground. Shootin' Dice may be pro- hibited but these tramps can't read. , Spring formals were numerous, but scenes like those above were prominent again on Senior Hobo Day in May. X13 za G' ,M ,.w..f,M. 9- if , 1 1 .V f ,f . ""i1' f Y ' Y.-- ,Q ,- '- , - L' Jag r V - A ..., M., f . . new "fp, ,mv - , , X,,, , A ,K . Q -. Af ,cg , LETTERMEN RECORDS ATHLETICS vb qs- Q- n ws ,r w- xv ,f A ,143 E! Z' 5 -1 -.1 Q Z-A-g .. : ,, J ' ' Z yi 5 .r 5 Q' -1 A , Y Tu- Q f.f-- --:qi :- - ..-J 2 f 3, J , J -X 3 4 , ,, as 1, if ,- 4 - W, ,.,f , X, fl-2 N uf-3 if,-U i 1 , Ii F 5 N. .f ,, ? 4, 5 - PIONFFR RFCORD 'SQ Senior H1011 liootbwll 1en Co ll l1 l'1lph Himilton met his 1 me K 1 1 1 Ile xt ll 2 ini piexioux e hee 1 S C t 1 till e e inet 1x 11,5 mol o 1 11o1 1 s eeo 1sixts oi sexe ite x we ntx 1n1e tht 1 N e 1 Nt ue N Nl l li 11 BHI1 IO ht opt ll ,, e of the se 18011 the Piontt I o 2 QL 1 e 111 n 1 ixe e 1 l1L xo N lf xH o x po on oi 1 1 s ouite tl h eente-1 lor 6 xar '111 the 1 5 oue hdow ll ittle Sxlxextu Hwcleworth e11eled t e JI 1 1 ncls Hill the second touchdox e e xwel xt in lL 1 1nd 91 e ,, 1 the st 18011 J the th11el I l0Ilt tl touchdown PIONEERS 64 CLENICOE tl 1 it x x llX Ill t 1 noe box Bu x X11 iews 1 lXlIl s lust game lo1 the Pioneeu 1111, 111 two tot downk Ralph l-helps 1nd Pete- M'11ewell n1'1d1 two cow ns, e 1eh Ole ll 'NI l 1me on Lt 2 fl 1 eountei QPU LWAIER '38 YALE 0 nee lx t l 1 1 mt 1 ni e1ptu1 111 2 seo1e on 1 s OI DLI C llll mlewoith t ml 1 s fron N anl sca ed 1 1ldS lo1 the xeeond touchdown Pwngg Poss Floxd 212 e 1 Yile pus llld 1 1n 10 1 1rdsfo1 the t 1 e e 1 1 111 whi h 1 1 lu 1111 H'1111n l'l 111 Z1 1 ll S foi the lo111th touchdown Nlillei n1'1de th fifth 1d ion to ' S S P te Nlvewell eoiletel t 1 on,,t t lLll'l o e nib 1llo 1111 6 N 11s eon1 R 1 Hlelxtrew Reo Ijtlll e ' e eso h Hehe e11e PIONEPRS 21 INFW KIRK tl e o ew 111 e x th l e h the Pionee IN du dox 1 5 s 1 eiee e lhll th1eat ein 31 o th o '1 1 the 2 x KOIlKflLlllXl P18895 lor 90 X"lI'dN 1n IS Nl EI nee e 1 e 1 e o ioune 1 us ll s piss wtiew who 1161 1led to Gene II1n1n1oe e '1111 1 me p'1sse1tehe1 tloddtd 52 x 1rd2-, to C 0 s the QOl.lblO s ge 1te1 IH b1'1ne1s Mein ll 111111: he w SI'I1IWAll'R1S SEYIINOLE1 'lhis proud to he the- best g'1rne of the se won 2 P 1nee1x le tped '1he 1d ll tho se-Cond QLIII e when Miller plun-edo1e1 for '1 touehdown from the 1 x 11d m 111111 'lhis touehdow Il w'1s set L11 on 1 us Millei to Der11s1w who r'1n '1w'1x '1nd t en "tfI'lllfd to Htexwoith The h2f ended 7 to J for 'stillw 1te1 Seminole e-'1me h'1ele '1nd tied up the score in the thnel o11 1 long piss This w IS the first touehdown te me scored oi Qt1llw'1te1 during, the ge- r S1 4 1 no e mic field QI 1 -eiies o puxex on hit H11 lewo x eeleel out of houndx on the oppone ntx S 1 11d 1e e 1 x loint w is IUINNE d 1n the 1m2 eneee S111 LVNATPP H PXVNINI-I 0 1 ' me s e si 111111111 1 QI ome lt 7e'11s llldlll tl 2 1111 el s 3511121 nee seor ,, ll 1 ll ewo1th m'1de two eountew e uh whit Rowu I' llllh Phe lps n1'1de the fin 1l touchdown IIWAII-I' 13 IH t l x x Crlli Ill l ieltoff 1nd burst Inst, the buthiie t1eltle is 101 sixtx 1ds to nl 1 G 2 1 lldS 1 e 1 llllel ade the K QI Nl uw ie in- e s x ll 1 e 1 mmot l ned 1 1 1 2 I d e lxillip dmppmd haek from his pu 1rd pokition to leiek 201 o f e ime QTII I Vi XIILP 16 DRI 'XIPIC Illw U A fl '1 Heoiele-xx flINl qu 11te1 the Pioneeix fllll 1 puxhed 'wicks 21 tounhdown in th xeeond llLl"lIlf ivllllll made the first eounter I-lac l-ewoith n11de the d PINN 'X '-e o1e el he thnd tout hdow ll H ie ltwoith seoie d 1 f1n'1l Pioneer touchdown o11 '1 1u11111n,., I1lNSfI0n1 Ole Il Millei 1nd the game ended Stillw 1te1 P6 '1nd D1um ll,.,hl e lrst 'llf ended Neoielus LaShlIl,, toot e IXIOINII kick off OIJ6l1l'l,., the semond h 1ll 1nd 1e tu n ed -uinty x'1rd5 for '1 touchdown Cushin, missed no 1 e re the IN ni 1 th P101 x lll two Ne non- e ' o 1 usiin eiee 111 t own Z0 Nlillei streaked down the- middle of the d us ax L w s lb0U o ne t'1elt ed 2 llltll 1led to Hackworth who Illl to tht Cuxhing 411 11d l e Puxex put the l11ll in seo1111g5 poxition '1nd II R of e xixds e UI eu11e1 1 ue 1 ex te 1n1x '1nd the f"1me ended bt1llw'1te1 6 1nd Luxhing, YI II I Vl ATFR Z0 OH TON! 0 I'h1s g,'1me XXTN to determine the- chimpionxhip of the C,1mf1r10'1 Xalle-1 Both teamx weie unde fe '1ted 1t the time of their meeting The Pl0flfOIS ope-ned fntkt 1nd dIOXf down the field to the Oilton 'Z x'11d line when H mmoele went our for the first toueh down M1lle1 m'1de the Nenond ind third P1onee1 touchdowns 'md the hoxs cl1d in hluc were still un de fe 1ted with '1 recoid to he n1'1tLhed hy no othe1 e'1n1 in the kt'1te wenteen winb 3 tie- '1nd 1 de fe 1ts in P0 j.,"lTTlPS stretehe-d our 1 period of two se'1xo1s is the prize ie-cord for the flghllllf elexen of the 'it1llw'1ter High Qchool Stlllw St illw Ntillw Stillw Stillw Stillw Ntillw Qtillw Stillw Qtillw I'ot'1l 1 1 '1te r 1te-1' '1 er 1ter 1te-r Britton ble neoe Xale- lXew leirle Seminole- P'1X1nee Guth11e Drumright Cushing Ollton N ' ' X Q., C XVI - X 2 ' .2 -2 X - lXootl 21ll l myy Hill -1' tool' Se-mi l-'s kink-off 21nd 1't-turnr-el it to i11 Se-1 1 -111l1 -1' 1938, l'o1-ty-t'ix'e- XYt'l'tx on the- " -ld. 'l '- . Aft -' 2 5 - " f ' , 2 " ' 1'th St-W ol' tht-:av wt-1'o I't'lLlI'Illll,1 fre the- .1 :leil - .' - - 5 2' .'2 ' liz -, j't'ilI'. Mill -1' took it ow-1' in two t1'ie-s. 'I'h- try IXo1' 1-.'t1'21 'l'l1- 1938 ll'2ll'll h21el ll tough row to hot-. "2L1St' 1 X '25 ' ,'.' - 2 d -1:2 - - 1-l. th- 1937 sq1121d had lt-lt the-m an und -f-211 -d 1'-' rel Y W H V v x 1 to lie- prote- 'te-d. - 1 ' - - - - 2 -' ' 3 'l'l1- l'ie --1' tt-21n.' ol' '37 21nd '38 had pile-el up ll '1'h- lie -1-rs fl21.'h -d 21 xt 'ong ' 1' ,Q gllllll' to Sll'Xl -f ol' x'ie'to1'ie-s to lat- 4-2111211221 hy no othe-1' high ov - 'e' -tl -I, -2 h2 X Mill - ', I11ll'i'XYUlXlh, 2 l se-he te-'im i11 the- st21tt- I' Ol'l2l 112 This 1' -- rd l'h - px fi f '-1 in the- l'i11 --1' ." 'in-1, Mill -' 2 nd e-or x ' .' - ' -1 -e-11 wins Zllld th1'1-e- tie-5 i11 the- l21st H2 -l' ' ' 2 - ' - -2 ' . ' Xl- 'lf t '- h' 22 -14, Zlllli S- twt-:tty 14211112-5 w -1'e- st1'e-te'h- .2 - 5 2 - - X 2 ' ' . e-el o 'e-1' two e-o111ple-tv .' -2 5 7ll.'. S'l'I,, ' "I . 1.5, GU"-RIIC J IXIO- 'lc 3- - N U QXZIIP 21i11 Sylve-ste-1' H21e'l'wo1'th tool' the- X h In t - - in-f g21n1 - - 5-2 J - ' --1's Q' " 2 " 2,' - ' 'X- 2 " - X ' ' I' we- 'e- in top t' l'I'.l. 'l'h- first, tartar was se-e 1' -lc-ss XII' 5 1 Z1 -e- the- hall on the- uthrie- L0 Q2 ' Q lin -. 2111el l - two ltlil 1s 1 li I' -d o11 21n ew' -11 lasis, it tx' Ol 27 IN X -' ni - - fi1'.'t l'ULllll6'I' 21ft -' :1e-'- .'.' iw- IJZl.'4t'S l'1'o111 Mille-1' to II2 -l' ' rth brought ll lllllll of lil - pl1 J'-' IX' Phf'll1S 2 Ni MXHW Nil 'i HH 45 yilI'd.' illltl put tht- l121ll in siti f ' th- lXX1'.'t I111' - 21 .I21y Punt illltl se-1 ring t-1'1"t ary. it- M -- 2- : -12 Mill-' it '- ' ' N' dS 2 d -fXI"I 'X ' ' ' " ' Y 2 ' " " 1 - ' , L' '- -- 2 -- 2 -' -- - 12-f Zl 25 j'Zll'd fie-ld 2l which e-nde-d the- se- ring or th- 2-nl ft ' 1- 52 ' .' 2 - -. vn. P-t- :lf '- M21,' '-l l11'ol'- loose- ill the- IX' al 1 1211'te-' 2 2 '21m- , H 1 A , , 1 , pe-1'e-d 65 j'ZlI'dS lXo1' the- lm-fe-st 1' in of - .' -2: for ' ' ' ' ' " ' X2 ' ' - '- ' - -, ft-'2." '- QQ 2'-' - X Xillg' 1 W .1- 2,'4' - ' ' e- 2'-1'. 'l'h - l'ion - -1' 1'e-.Le-1'x'e-s did most of the- p 2 Qing se-1-on se-o1'e- 21fte-1' 21 forty yard run for ll 1 Iille-1 1lp.filX 14 tht- GI-I ' - js. ddi' 2 d - 1l2." 3.1 '- t - X' ' '. 2 " ' ' '- th- hi: 'X f' - ' - ' -2 ff 1 ' 1e'h- ' 2 ' -- , - ' 2 ' ' -f ' - l ' ' -2 - . - . i le-1' was i11 the- 112 - l gg 'Xf' 0. 1-nough to. e-hnlle up lXKX0'Fl'l2lI'lil'lXS Zlild FI'2lllC'lS Mcleiil- STILLVVATER 6' CVSHING 6 lip, the- flashy re-d h:111't-el LfLlZlI'd, Illil l- tl1 - 112 l , , . ,, Th - f h2 - - 5- '- C -1 l' th - . ' V X ' , , 2 2' . 2 x 'A U, L 5. x , 2 'V Z . , It - Tho Pio - -is strut-' f21s 2111e llillli e-2111ly in the- l21ll the- try for the e-xt1'21 1 int. "h -y we- - - f'1'.'t ,Ill - 2,nel illXlt'I' Z1 211'e'h ol' 65 yards the-3' -2 'e-el te-21 to take- 21 le-2 d on e- X 14-e-11' X ' 5 -2 J .. the- l121ll 2 el Mill -1' '-d 2 sh 't il nga-. fi . 'l'h - I ione-e-rs t ol' the- C xl' g l'X -l'-off e he-ir H21" ' ' ot 2 21 112 ss ' 1 llille-1' c tt- 40 ' ' . 1 ' -' Q ' ' X - - iq - ,- ' - - - ' , .2 -8- 2 5 tie-l , but j Qt. g h- '21: 2 t t l- 2 -'l- . h- int-'-1-pte-12 2 1 2:32 '2 T A'2 3 ' - hird 2 1"2 - .' ' ' '2 - .' X ' li lly. lie-l M 'K'll'p pie-ke-d up Il int ' 'e' l21d X2 ' ill -. -5 - 2 X 'X ' X 2 ht-on lylm-1-2-d hy ij g- - 2 mock, 2, d 1-2 'S' .1 -dg Mill -' e-ve-ne-d up the- ,'K'0l't' 21lXte-1' 21 plunge- f1u1' ' - ' ' - ' . 2 ' -' 2 - 2- X 2 - A'2 ' Th- fo 'th 1 2 't -' XXEIS pl2.'-d oi - 'e-n dit' the- l l0IlUt'IXXS score- .Qhe-e-t. e- - '- -' Q 2 - ,.,2 - - - ' ' '2 -' 2 ' J ' 2 un- h- l -Y-S ' fth1 X-'ht LIZ 1' ,Q 5 6, y2ll'fl.' lXo1' l': l iliUl'l. o.' - ', - -"X- 2 . , . saw, 21nd th- t-nti1'e- lione-e-1' line- plnye-l o'1e- ol' the- , , X fl' X A' X X , , lat-st gain fthe-i1' higg mol -2 2-er. I gf 'K 'X ff , X X X 4 'fm x X A FCIXZIIIPX hun 'h f N - 'l" 'li Tig -11' took ings f-7' 3 X XX ' U X X X 1 ' Q' X i11 l12111e th- lXi1:rt ttLlZlI'll'I', ut - ' -- g YI X- ' fi X XX I 'X X, -X h X ' lle'2lI' the-i1' own -'o21l line illld Qhz tt - ' -1 th- T'-1 - "s ' X C i X - XX A 2 - D X X X '- sz. 'I'21l'X gg the- lfll I1 Gil' w. te-1, - Pio- X X 'Xp ' X if X XX X -X ' l1t"l',' th1'e-w -l - 2.: p ' . Q2 : 2 d X XZ ,X X ' X ,X X S X X, 4' - X the- fi 'qt ,1'0l'l'. Mill -' sce '-l th - se-ce ni en- on 21 'X' I , .X 'X C X' QSXH XX ' X- ' .X-V ' 'lf se-Vie-sf I' ig' l 1l2,'.'. Mill -- ll'lI't'XX' Z1 :pot to X X2 ,Q - 'H - "L X X 'X ,Z .X ' lilt'l',""' ' I2 --2- 2 -1'2 ith- -U ' Q ' ' -1"' ., ., .. . . , . , , - .2 2. VZ. SA. 1 P ,, 2 X - . strip: with Gl'tJI"? Cn' -' 2 d '2 ' ' ' lil A I I ...K-, e-le-2 'X t 1 Xlly. .' X '21te-1' ,,,, H f,...f 21 X , ' 'XT 2 ' '2te-' ,,,,,,,,, H67 '- - -H ' - -- - 2 - g-25 . X '2 - f1,.f...v... 33 ' --fn Th- it -2 - 2 -2 'z 5 2 -t -1' ." '2 ,.V,f.Vff.-- 21 V ' - - ' 1 rg- , 7 ' - .' X '21te-r,,,,. ,Y,.,,, 13 - X lou ' .'2 ' 2 "-' , X ' ' '2 .' 2' ', I 2 -X X 'SUPP - 2 -- f----- 33 1 ' U A- W 2' -- - -, ' 2 . '2 2 h- S X '21te-1' , , .......V, 23 'X - H 1.1--2 - 21--, qi - - 1 J XCIX 12.222..fA-- 26 " Q ' -Z -3 2' X '2 - ,.,,....,,.. 6 S X. , ' - , - ,--2 '- g ' - ,' '2 .......--..f 20 X -Y- ,ll -. 2 2. -2 -22. 121-11- ' 2 it 11.Y1..,1 --263 nick trew 5 year tte ma 1, IDHGSIIKIIN Hackwn th half back, lst team Cimarron Valley 3rd team North ern Con ererce, uaptain 5 'ix end 3rd team IHZIEWIEW N19 8N end Wort' on er nomo zrent' SDCL O11 n ' n Jalle Saxton tu ckle 3rd team Lorth ern vonference ind honorable men tion in Cima ron Valney vcr 1 e za Ct" fnference 1 wr or Valle: n'a .wwe N v voach :ml x xnmilttn he Cul, man to grd uzte from ent 41 ,tate e cners Ur HBm1ltOD wa cap nin 0 'ne 90th iivision oct bali team in 'ra ce lu ing the world Nur fter tunniu tc Cklahoma e was elected atnletic c dk S U wne G he has e nained frr about 90 yea 5 Rn vchillip ,uard on one of all atatm teams 5rd tenm Northern onfe ence 9 team in Cimarr on Valle q ww ettermen , cwnter Olen Ulller 3 yea' letterman qua terback, made first team and co captain of Cim arxon Valley, sec ond Northern Con ference team, and all State team 'eorre 4 V 'tv 'vin :zu rd 1 I . o F' .- ,- - r A - - I, ' V ' - .1 I , A . - X - ?xx ' F11 Imrxry .':'.-- ..eo Derrisa' -- 171 T' Utifr- Fri yewr Letterman Y'V, A",f' A Q -- le r r . n . P A A ' 'uf x' - -- . ,. i viL '5 Y TA W U 'N v 1 I:-:ITS ...se Zi-- A i ' , ' 5 Q f YPD? lf1L'r1n - . . . n.. ,Q.,,,1 Jolleae witn five letters. 'A M 5 A . f ' 15 , 3, 1' V.. . f' - ' Y . .Q ' ' " " ' . .A re- ' ' . 4 , W w 1 4, , . .N A main: ,--2 yr , NX - . Tfxx at 'eta 1"wn, -and NAME- . I. X I, , Uh lst te L H1r n .,. , , . 1 N .. . J, V m- H. ll-'nt - I . 7 .. ,A -W . , I ' N H Q J r --nd X Y :E W, I .f ! , 'nfl . -- 1 r 3er'0r- 5 Y - ' ,r le. r' , ' n r . ' Q AAnvi-- I yr Y -, Milber th yed 1 Ven le t Prcpr p0s't 45.5 'w Q wok Roy Brocx 3 year etterman, very 5 xt r 1 1 fine blocking back any letter-nan L 'E wuddy ndrews snpho ore, half and vuvrte bv k as w Q plfv d 'K 0 DA Q n B111 Finkle Juni or , played guard and full back f-'te tackle V ,O-' 5 . T Smi -- llgn ,LL,7s-- ph v r-- tw .:.1 y F1441 L erwd 1 your- s - - '. xflf- - . c,. . ks. ion ' - ' M f ' H ' fb ' , m Y' ' , I-- A Q, , .- xQ: 1 Q'4 1 a f -S - iN ' X x 1 ' E111 'L '-if K-- - fluwf 3 VF4"'9- UiAl 5'- n' i,. Ted 3 YQQY' "1"i'NT',' , , vf2'1f"1 . . C mt we sv.- ' -xni Lawr- fi 4 j.'fi-'-rx , me KHT"fTFCk ' Ha Hhust.:- 1Qt'Prv6 1 Ven: ond I .Vw, Mi YY, ,, A-V - ' 3 yy? V13 xr1,f-- r 'i,H 11, 'XifAC -cb Ti1Pv-- : v,,1ore-- rlevx- u rd A x ' 1 ,-4' " ' Zele ' 1 . gn- -g-fa paging lst Y i Qckl. , - Wresthng A1195 CD UQLUJO qsn Eu QTQR esfnl GTJHQUD A1195 A1195 Fred Henry U1 5' bb Jacob creason Q9 .5 C0 Hal Moore Qs Gordon Flesner ba Quentin Ventris Roy Brock J Cf 33 Lester Ross W1nsel Bllyeu X John Flesner WX I Z Edwin Glover X James Church Roy Harrall Ernest Sisney Lee Pope 5' K Harry Van Sickle Kenneth Horton .5 B111 Thomas 135 Rex Demaree C J f 3 I Wayne Walker Ray Davis Henry Cawood Donald Brown Bill Brown Dwyer Duncan Hershel Clark 5 151 Pat Terrell 152 0 A N . ml- :S CD ,U n . p J I-' a- I W G7 I1 fx ' 'xl Q ' 'H D 'NN bw 'N Q, 'N 'X 'N N22.N'iVE2 x ff- Ni fl SE Ol LN bi I fx fx -N fx mx fb ua fx fJe1sqeMy 333, dsl we Q' ,Sw HIM, fxrxoo 'N ww eatin Q xbj1f"L':.LiL'1Q'1L'1L':.U:.U1 N C D fx fxf fx fx y L:'.s,2a1-E EE SLQQY: WU as 1 0 'x fx Lv, y 52 S, E191 E W W C' ,. D fx fx fx 'fx fx fx fx D Q as ee as Search SQ had I 'Qin boy 13, b, mum moqspxg Q, Lv, 'Q utnthkqxegaregy ' 'N 2-L 9-'93, S., Q gf, V1 'Q W Q cp m mlb!-IIHMSN W Cnkwln 'SM N 'H l 'Xu Q ,RM 'S Q 'QI U1 Q Q59 hmmmumum,Qffs1n9'10xCnm'RfIcRR?1'Br'g:::n'f2Imom WDUHING Ui Kenneth McCollom 129 Ernest Sxsney 105 Gordon Flesner 112 Ross Flood Coach Zane Palmer 120 John Flesner 120 B111 Brown 138 Fred Henry Heavywexght Wmsel Bllyeu 159 Harry Van Slckle Heavywexght Bull Thomas 148 James Church 170 Pat Terrell 129 First Row, Seated: George Car- Second Row: Buddy Andrews, Third Row: Rayford Houston, ter, Wilbur Smith. Calvin IwleCray. gm Plas- glen 122193 Eggenli Bobby Orr, Laneer Hamm, Joe ammoc . oss oy , oac . and Bob Ward. Ralph Hamilton' Sylvester Hack- Hammond, Junior Hubbard, and worth, and Quintis Herron. Robert Tfumbly- Senior High Basketball The Stillwater Pioneer cagers opened their 1939 basketball season with nine returning lettermen. Coach Ralph Hamilton's "quin- tet" specialized in fast-breaking offense, in- termingled with set plays. Many of the regulars of Coach Han'1ilton's squad have played together since they were in the eighth grade. lloss Floyd, Olen Miller, Robert Ward, Laneer llamm, and Sylvester llackworth made up the largest part of Coach Charles C. Courtrig'ht's Toy Pioneer team back in 1935. Bobby Orr, Joe Hammond, George Carter, Eugene Hammock, Wilbur Smith, Junior Hubbard, Quintus Herron, Buddy Andrews, and Rayford Houston have been in the Still- water school system in previous years. Others have not played here so long but are rapidly catching on to Pioneer tactics. Two most prominent ones are Bill Platt and Francis McKillip. Platt secured his basket- bail experience at Lone Tree, Iowa, where he was a regular on a team which won twenty- five games while losing only threeg McKil- lip, guard, moved here from Pryor, Okla., where he captained the football and basket- ball teams. Ull- Stillwziter won the L'iiiizi1'rtiii Valley Clie pionsltip by playing' the following schedule: Stillwgitf-r' 125 Uwiiiiiizi ,,,,,,,, 26 Stillxvitvi' HT liiple-y ,, ,2-4 Siillxxzit--to 4-1 Ripley , ,27 Stillxvitwi' XT Orlzimlli 9 itillxxziti-i' -4-4GL1thI'iz' , , l-4 Stillwater' ,, 43 l'ziwn+-i- . 128 Stillwater , 32 Druniright 16 Sllllv-2lll'!i l'T lfnid 15 Stillwater Stillwater Stillwaetr Stillwater Stillwater Stillwater Stillwater Stillwater Stillwater Stillwater 21 25 18 39 19 28 18 33 28 33 S Ollton -- ---26 Cushing , ---23 Ollton --- -----31 Pawnee -- ---14 Edmond .... .... 2 O Drumright --- ----16 Bristow -- ---19 Chandler -- ..,. 22 Guthrie -, .... 16 Cushing -- .... 21 Laneer Hamm, Center Ralph Hamilton, Coach Bob Ward, Center Bill Platt. Forward Sylvester Hackworth, Forward Ross Floyd, Forward Eugene Hammock, Center Calvin McCray, Guard George Carter, Forward Olen Miller, Guard Wilbur Smith, Forward Francis McKillip, Guard Swimming In the good old summer time, at the old swim- ming hole, this sport flourishes around Stillwater. But our highschool swimming team, in preparation for spring tournaments, discarded the old swimming hole, in favor of the cement pool in the College gym- nasium. The team of six boys held regular work- Ren Saxton and Buddy Byron Clgndening and out periods in that pool for some time before the State Interscholastic meets. Results of these con- tests were not announced when the annual Andrews. Dick Redington. Last year the complete team was not al- went to press. Ren Saxton, Byron Clendening, Dick Red- ington, Buddy Andrews, Junior Baker, La- neer Ham, and Gerald Reed are the Pioneer Mermen of 1939. lowed to swim because of a set limit on en- tries. However, Ren Saxton of Stillwater, entered and won the State back stroke cham- pionship, breaking the former highschool record for this event. Tennis Pioneer net men also represented the school colors at tennis meets this year. As this article goes to press, however, most of the spring tournaments are yet to be played. Boys making up the 1939 team are Dave Heller, Tommy Ratliffe and Jim Winter- ringer, seniors, and Bobby Jack Rogers, freshman. Heller and Ratliffe played sever- al matches last year along with Bob Murphy and Bob Whittenton who graduated last spring Murphy and Whittenton yyon the Northern Conference doubles trophy At the annual tournament at Winfield last fall, Heller and Ratliffe advanced to the quarterfinals and Winterringer made the third round. At an interschool tennis match with Blackwell, during the fall season, the Pioneer players won from Blackwell, four matches to two. No other games have been played to date. Our net team is expected to make a good showing this spring at the northern confer- ence spring sports meet and the state meet both of vyhich will be held at A 8. NI Other matches in which thev will enter yyill be at Tulsa Norman Tonkayya and Ponca City David Heller Captain 2 year letter man singles and doubles Fommy Ratliffe 3 yeai letter man sin les and doubles Jim Vkinteiringei 2 yeai lettei man doubles lobby Jack Rodgers 1 yeai let terman flxot Picturedj L.f Junior High Football Junior highs Toy Pioneers have compiled a year long ser- vice average of approximately .500 for their football, basket- ball, and wrestling: but this is not because the little fellows have not tried to equal the feats of the big brothers down at the senior high. Three-fourths of the all-victorious Pioneer football team re- ceived their early training from Charles Courtright, coach of the Toy Pioneers. Toys who will graduate into senior Pioneers this year are Lyle Barnes, Gordon Brattain, Phillip Brock, Charles Davis, Leo Emery, Alton Houston, Walter Katz, Bucky Leach, James Mott, Bill Parker, Jack Sexton, Quinton Ventris, Wayne Vog- ler, Calvin Washburn, and Ben Pratt. Sitting: James Mott, Walter Katz, Wayne Vogler, Ray Wash- burn, Queen Jean Pratt, Ben Pratt, Leo Emery, Gordon Brattain, and Lyle Barnes. 2nd Row: E. M. Peterson, Ray- mond Jones, Phillip Brock, Beryl Scurlock, Coach Charles Courtright, Alton Houston, Johnny Caldwell, and Raymond Emery. Charles C. Courtright Coach Schedule Guthrie -,18 Stillwater Kingfisher 7 Stillwater Guthrie .-- O Stillwater Kingfisher 0 Stillwater Pawnee -- 0 Stillwater Pawnee .--13 Stillwater 8rd Row: Raymond Drumm Max Johnston, Bill Parker Ray Davis, Fred Lewis, Max Sinclair Quinton Ventris. g, im ig, . l ' , .Tr Q Junior igh Basketball SCHEDULE Fairhaven 18 .f,,,,,, Stillwater 12 Bristow 14--, ....v, Stillwater 10 Bristow 19------- Stillwater 21 Ripley 6 ..,fv,,, Stillwater 12 Ripley 20 f,,,,.o Stillwater 12 Fairhaven 3O--- -. -Stillwater 29 Norfolk 12 ....,,, Stillwater 8 STROUD TOURNAMENT Chandler 7 ,....., Stillwater 14 Stroud 6--- - , ,Stillwater 12 Milfay 30--- ---Stillwater 19 Ponca City 26--- ---Stillwater 14 Kingfisher 12--- ---Stillwater 12 Kingfisher 6--- ---Stillwater 16 Guthrie 8 ---.---- Stillwater 13 Pawnee 27 -------- Stillwater 26 Guthrie 21 -------- Stillwater 24 First Row: Bill Parker, guardg Billy Goodman, guard, Ben Pratt, centerg Coach Coonfieldg Bobby Rogers, guard: Lyle Barnes, for- ward, Bill Street. forward. Second Row: Bobby Rogers, guard, Ben Pratt, center, Hugh Roach, forward, David Hilles, for- ward: Dale Barr, forwardg Billy Brock, forward. Junior igh Wrestling Coach Ross Floods' junior high wrestlers built quite a record for themselves and gain- ed much needed experience that will do them no harm when they come to high school. The Toy wrestlers won about 75? of their matches this season. Bristow Cushing Bristow Cushing H ale ---- Perry -- Y: Fairfax Perry ----- Newkirk Ile - ----- SCHEDULE We ----14 ---18 ---17 ---15 ---33119 ---35 ---33 ---30 ---24M ---33 Top Row, il-eft to Right? Junior Tarlton Glen Horton Bill Compton J. N. Jackson Billy Taylor Winfred Wells Lawrence Haning Ray Davis Quintin Ventris Bottom Row, fLeft Walter Katz Lloyd Pike Herschel Clark James Hurley Raymond Emery Ray Washburn Robert Long Corwin Haning Kent Carmain to Right? They 23 16 16 18 25 EQ 8 16 12 10 Ee 11 I 4 X 'MT .75 liar Nl- K 1. wom- 5, 4 f .. . ,vw . - K Q Y. in 5. ., . 2 :gr ' gl , .ffaq ,s-. P . . 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The eng1av1ng OVQI the mal ble doolway reads that lt IS the Senlor H1 h School of St1IIwate1 Can lt be true' As I enter a class room I see a d1gn1f1ed prote sor respected fo1 h1s vast Iearn1ng It 18 Dale Tlumbly I enter the large llbralv ot the School I am greeted by the l1brar1an and hlstory teacher Helen Ter rell By asking questlons I am mformed that the portlalt pamtmgs on the Walla were done by that talented well known po1't1a1t artlst E1leen Klrkpatrlck The funds for the adjolnlng gymnaslum bulld 1n and also the tenms courts were gnen by the money queen of the world Mary Chaney The scene changes to a spacloue I xurloue I1v1ng room I am havmg tea w1t1 the Lest dree ed women 1n Amer1ca Jean Loxe She shows me a world known magaz ne edlted bv our wurnalletlcally IH lmed clasqmate Mvra IIICLZIII AQ we tu1n to the fdShIOII sect1on we HOIICQ that the dlesses a1e des1gnecl bv Margalee Ran som who IS now the prop11eto1 as well as des1gne1 of a le 1d1n1,, d1ess est lbllshment o11 I 1tth Avenue I also IIOIJLB on a near by table a recent LKIIIIOII ot poems by the poet lauleate ot Oklahom 1 Do1othy bor 1eII Jean mfolms me that she IS gomg to the opera that mght to hea1 the celebrated soplano I orayne Atwood AQ I Ieaxe th1s Ioxely home the DIC ture changes to a large otflce There re cl1n1n ln ea y chalrs smokmg plpes I see the two famous lawyers ot the dav d1s cu smg, a case They ale partnem 1n the flrm ot Cooley and C lendlng., Anothe1 offlce and a red crop of halr IS seen bent ove1 the deak It IS If ranc1s MCKIIIIP the The flames are now dancmg gayly md sw axlng w1th the rhythm of MCXICRH muslc The p1cture shows me the d1st1n gushed Iookmg dlplomat from the Umted States to Mexlco It IS I ugene Hammock known fo1 h1s qulck thmkmg and hIS ab1l1ty 1n speakmg the Spamsh language The plcture agam changes and the hlgh leapmg flames foxm tall eky scrap ers I am bemg shown through a huge lblllldlllg' mto whose rooms one can Qee through large glass w1ndows They are ldd1O stud1os I stop to Ilsten and to watch three glrls Vera Mayf1eld Harv1e L 11ff1th and Juanlta Flesner They are known as the Laugh Proxokmg Tr1o of R3dl0 Another etudlo and the loud VOICE of IH orato1 of a strong pol1t1caI party greets my eare I recogn1ze h1m to be Ferrlll Ro f.,e1s In the ad1o1n1ng room IS the Be hexe It 01 Not of 1950 B111 Hughee a fContmuedj FDR I-llGl-ISCHOOL GIRLS WITH Modem Ideas! 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Ffifmds ol the or Authorized Sales and Service Stnllwater Hugh School We Extend Greetings Firestone Texaco Tires Sdeohg Bartenes Om' l Accessornes Sl-HDELEI2 Dependable Se'V'ee Lumber and Builders STILLWATER OKLA Supplies 40 23mg al -2' PHONE Our Soda Fountam Wx!! llke a desert OHSIS MldW6St Dalry Store IS sought out by heat perturbed people of Stlll water who have learned to depend upon lt for surrmer coolness Mud West Ice Cream IS healthful and satlsfylng 16 flavors to choose from a new speelal every week lVI1d West Creamery Companv i Pasteurlzed Grade A Mulk Products Our Mllk ls Dacro Protected J .7939 1 1 . l I l Q ' i 5 ' I i 1 ' ' , l , i , , l , l l l l 1 s ' A 8 He - ' ' QA? 0 Q X Z: ' l cggggg , is p Is Guaranteed to Beat the Heat. l frffrf ' l "" . N ' . . . . 1 l ' ' ll - l - , l . 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XI sts rm: lm tue stu It Ilr unslurm x Nurs: IN yo s xx all I' III frlfn B man 1 pm IJTUFDNIII It Ylurdf 11 H Ingo I Il ,-J 5 We re Justly proud of StlIIWater 3 nnegs Qngrdtuldtloms Congratulations Graduates' Remember our courteous servxce, best qualxtv tanned goods fresb fflllf vegetables and Meats PIGGI I WICGLY IjCIlVCI'V Service Phone 745 J 1939 w : : 5 '- I 2 9 Z F IL' 5 ' - -f - T 3 rf 5 E : 2 . . 5 - , 3 . I , .. .. Z T -, 3 7 , - I if ' : -- : :T 4 2 3 4 ' L4 - I , ,T - A, , .f . , V - - 1 T ' 'f ' - -1 i 4 5 " 5 2 - 1 T ' 4 5 1' A - : 5 .. 2 " I E -if 1 'Z 3 ,T . , v . r 1 '- ' : 5 r W 2- Q ' I 1 ' C - 3' ff ' : , 1 . E. 5 ff .5 j . A 1 , f V. . 14 .1 ,- ,- I A H E A A - A Z 'T '. 1 j 7: Q : : I 5 Q f , : - A , - ' gg - ' , 1 E F " - L ' C- " J: 4 I ... . 1: :f 3 J: " ' : ' - 2 L - I i I .E 5 3 'f H: . J .' ' A ' E .1 h 1 n I '. v. : '- , 1 '. 'A Q H : A .1 -1 .1 ' E ' 'i 1- I . A J: 3 'Q wg , 2 . i- ' W 5 Z' u z I . .. I 5 H . - ,- ,I Q ' -1 -. 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TICRS CJR,-XDl':X'I'IUN UIIVI' fr X 7, 'TICRS T Bronze ond Blue Congratulatlone SI' XIORS WOOLWORTH C0 5 10 15' Store 7C9 Mam St C, AIN DY S IO FNIOY SOMF EVERY DAY IIIONI as DI L KXX -XI I STILLWATEQ ICE COMPANY W SIMANK f'W'W7U ZL2 C..9'W'K9 QE 848 GNUVD fL,X LJWKD Look for the Blade a d Wh te Trucks COOLERAIOQS COOLERS ICE CREAM FREEZEPS NEW Q Safe Q Economical Q Luxurlous Q Prompt Servlce for your car Ghmwlea 79lg,mautPL Qzczlm SPILCI AI IZED ALTONIOTIVE SERVICI' FRIT7 VK WFILMI If NSTI' R S 1923 QIXTH AND IOWRH MA TIN H WFII MI PNQTFR R Stl! ale ON 1939 y -x 1 N ' K 'X E, . F. W. . Q w 1 ' IS IJIiI,lClOI'.' F OD fknllllblilllvllli ul F . I , 'I -ol W4 V 1 I 1 ky ' I X V .A J J WHOLESALE CANDIES 8: TOBACCOS m,.,,,.- gms Ill xv. sm. I H I 1 N 1 ' 1 N 1 I 4 J A .4 Since ' . . , 1: . , ' ' ' ' I u w r a W3 Bronze ond Blue There as no Q MYSTERY In the Growth of the Q4 1'J1lm I J WK SAULTILITH as Q ' mm' NG co 622 Mam Novel Dance programs SUIIWHTCI' Oklfi Eye Catching Advertising Fine Reoroductlon of pictures customers not only Attractive Menus reorder but tell thelr frlends about the Qrlgnnal Letter Heads Ideas Booklets of Ali Kinds bers ICCS Fme Workmanshlp It Sort of Puts Us 1939 on the Spot f I I ' U ...C 'va J: , A 5 .2 W 1. . 'V M , - "'-Y - 1: ' 23. - is 5' --f" 2 9 W -4. X -is-. J' fy, :"'f KW,-5 '5 I ""Nf--" - ,Ag-' .E : , ,. E I,---.2 'glam :c 5 -Au? :mu wt : :iz 'fl' 'Fail l ..'?s1',.,-" g.'l,Q.n.- .' 11,111 S ua' '--' gL"::"1 fy" 5 -"""'i1,.--- HI' 5 DIRECT MAIL 1, E, Q52-"' ,jf---.-g i ,.' Awgpgngmg :,wuuH,,f -----nn-w,,f' I ! , 7 . I E i F l i . . . V r N s 1 I ' . o N f X X a . 3 V t I , l Bronze ond Blue Nothing ls Woon s c Rot I RX More ,mmm School Supplnes an fu, xx to I lexenth smtr I-Qdthercrdrt lass Prophecy of l939 gt mludtdy t1 xxelel xxho has had man exeltmg, td xentules TJ Lnee ITILISIL IS he ud and as I turn to the next room I ste I xneel H tm the populu sonester ot the d xy Slllglllg, xxlth h1s oxx n orehe trx I e xe ln bu tmg, I meet ttm1l1 xr ltllllxlllj., person entel mg, A theelx hello 'nom h1m and I TGLOEIIIIC hlm to be we are haxlngo tllllllel together 'lommy tells me all xbout h1s suetess 18 the popul ll tomle strlp a1t1st ot the d xx 'Io mv ln qunes ot other 30 alas m xtes he tells me th It he xx ms bulx home 1n Stlllxvxtel not long, Leo md xxhlle thele he saxv Mullel Russ xx ho has her oxvn photogxaphy shop We xlso Jolxe with Leo taldelhead Unlt ed States Qen ltox trom Oklahomx md John I 19 xson vxho IS the leader ot the new a I'1Ll1ltLIl'll polxtlcal party The plttures fade md I onte dgllll see onlv the lmrlght flames dmtmg, up xx ard llltO the future The Vincent Funeral Home 509 Duncan Qtreet Ernest E Vincent Mrs Viola V Vincent Phone 808 Our C If llog INJ I0 Now Ready TGOLS LACIINIG LEATHER PATTERNS PRGJECTS INSTRUCTIQN BOOKS G5'Wf5 AQIX for sampleQ of PYROSTRIP L ACE OSBORN BRGS SUPPLY C0 INC 223 W Jackson Blvd Chicago Ill ,J 1939 , Y W W W ' 7 x I J 4 . ' ' ' Tlx 3 1 K e - . , . . N 1 1 L k N lo ' 1 Y Y I . l 12 v n v EA1 1 ' .4 yy xl' I. I f Q - 4 Y 1 Y u Au, 2 1 Lv 1 L1 w , 1 1 xx ' A ' , 2 , A E1 .2 1 -' 2 , . ' z ' Q fs - z ', .' f f I v L. , . S 2- I As l -at '1 t 's il l' ', 1 a T 'Z ' '2 'I f x 'A- 1 " r. - x ' V , '. ' . I ,- 'fl ' none other than Tommy Ratliffe. While T 1 . v' y ' v V y 1- I l I n I 1 K1 T 1 1 ,Lv I I LY. 1 . . - ' ' .' ' , 'I . ' :S 2 .' 1 .' 2 ' '2 .' 2 1 ' l ' I' 2 1 ' X f 2 f . 2 ' " , I ' I r . . - . ' x. . . - T 1 - , ' , N ' I . - .' t X z ' ' z, 2 j. 2 A. V ,. , ' , , I Q . - I " 2 M ' fa' ' l Ax , , ' ,- . K- 2 .' y- - I . ' Q k K k W L , a I . ' I' I . . , . 1 'V JN! LHR' W' T iw? -using-I 'alll- KJ Years Ago FIRST AND SECOND GRADES AT JEFFERSON Miss Velma Volmer Front Row Hoover Fisher Jack Chaney Maurine Siegenthaler Jumor Peaden Jumor Baker Wayne Walker Buddy Andrews Second Row Clara Dryden Ileta Hubbard Doris Williams Edwin Roberts Donna Gray Kathleen Hagers Velma Jean Merrifield Thlrd Row Wendell Overman Tommy Paterson B F Vaughn Dawson Chiles Rachel Smith James Pete Weaver Clara Mae Wise Mary Jo Corbin Absent day picture was made SECOND GRADE EUGENE FIELD First Row Jack Payne Kenneth Mc Collom Martha Jane Reed Dorothy Shu hart Max Clmgenpeel Marjorie Moore Marcella Caldwell Cloral Rains Second Row Bill Thomas Arthur Kuhlman Leon Lewis Ulxs Harris Thlrd Row Billy Hmkle Joyce Perdue Wallace Latham Johnny Alderson War ren Porter Kenneth McFall Eugene Mc Fall Fourth Row Catherine Hinrxchs Dale Nance Velma Tinker David Heller Fifth Row Robert Davis Ren Saxton Otis Pangle Jeamce Harbison FIRST GRADE JEFFERSON Miss Velma Volmer Front Row Minnie Alice Smith Velda Allen Jean Hughes Dora Standley . . . . . . Gloria Guthrie Maurine Pea- den Josie Johnson Virginia Holloway. Second Row: Betty Jean Andrews Esta Mae Caldwell Joan Lucas J. C. Lytton Paul Nelson Lon McGil1iard John Alder- son Bill Thomas Ulis Harris. Third Row. Junior Hall Bobbie Burris Dick Redington Granville Allen Albert Exendine ...... Anita Kezer Colleen Ross. Fourth Row Evelyn Smith Norma Holmes ..... ...... J ames Baker Burl Harris Richard Terrill, Max Thur- ber Otis Pangle ,..... THIRD GRADE LINCOLN Miss Letha Ritchey Seated: Max Thomas, .. .... , Winifred Moore, ...... Vernon Bilyeu, . . . , , Harley Bechtel, Lela Mae Robertson. First Row: Doris Lucas, Laneer Ham, Delores Compton, Junior Rader, Naomi Young, Bill Hughes, Mary Ellen Goodner, Henry Craddock, Minnie Bell McKaughn, Jean Barton. Second Row: Gene Ritchey, ...... , Lesley Hardy, ....... , Paul Ryan, Ruby Rader, Robert Ingersol, ...... , Virgil James Church, Bronze ond Blue I'Iere's to the Seniors ot H397 Students today, Citizens tomorrow. Young, I-Iappy, Snappy up to time May you have happiness, never sorrovv. STOKES PAINT CO 910 Main Rhone 476 Equipment ol Championsl RS ll1o1i'A235 150810 GRANDAVE KAusAs Cm' Mo, W I Ward Chevrolet Company fp, ff.,.M.....11..,.,,,.m.i... V , , HEVROIETX Expert Body and paint Service Seitberling -Iires Wrecker Service Beer Wheel Alignments 8th 84 I.evvis Rhone QQ5 Wluy They Rate JORIS I UDCEL Because she 15 so down right cute DOROTHY HARPER Pe ause she can hit the high notes DONIAI D LOOPIJIR Pecause of his utls IL 1lJll1tV MAI Y If RIILDILLI Becluse sh can chew fue DICCQS ot gum at once a good tvp1st OI FW MII I PR letduse ofthe wfty he handles the plgskin AI PI4 RN CROSS Petetuse he IS the only one who on ns .1 moto scoot MARY VIRQ INIA SIX Because she 1s sO nite to ex 61 yone PHXI I ISC RAVFTTF Because she has Edwin un d QI her thumb MARC I' LLA L ALDWI' LL Because s h e his the pickup ttrutkl L ORDON If LI' SNFR Pecause he good little wx restler Rounds 84 porter I.umher Co Quality Service W C WARREN Mgr Mein Ielephone 970 MOORE S CAFE Noted lor FRENCH FRIED CHICKEN CHOICE STEAKS And Good Old FOLGERS COFFEE 111 West Oth 1939 . . . . Y T Y ' - 1. 1 1 ' - . V I 1 . I L R R ' ' I .Y h . 1 U 01 w I ' l I . Q c . . Q Q Y n'u , 1 m . , ,, ' , , . '. I 4 . J . . 1 . - V . I . E t ' 2 , . y x y W 1 . I .. L. K. e .. ' V ' . . ' . I 519 I Y K- ,- . . V INIARJORIIC WHIPPLE: FOI' bein f Such ' 5 i r L D I 1 . w .. , , v I I J IA J .I J 1 , n K I L ' J fs . , I 4 J I 1 I I J " C I , , K. . - K. . I w Y Q Y 1 ' w v 1 . . . . . . ' n r ' Y 1 1 I A JZ .' .' .' , 1 1 1 1 1 , . H w I I A J I Q A n 1 .' ' . ' . I ' I I I 3 S is 21 . Y D Bronze ond Blue Congr ltulltlon To The Lumber Cgmpdny CIFICTLI lres of 39 ypw' www' uomaudwngylau W lSl1lnlxl .lewelrx Store C I t H d 616 'Vlam I hone 701 Omp 2 e Ousmg dn Stlllwater Oklahoma. planning ervuce Hqfb h Nl? The Home ol Electrolux Relrlgerators H Qhdmbm Rdnges Stlllvw lter He ldqu xrters RCA Victor Radios l'or Delluous Home style Food' 'GIVR Rermutut Water Solteners Coleman Floor Furnaces YM ff CO FAI snor ts o post Roo Q13 West 3rd St Rhone 33 C M MY APPRECIATION S H S LETTERMEN of l938 from S H S LETTERMAN of 1908 ALFRED TAFT TALBOT R S Elliott Arms Co Kansas Llty Mo 1939 - 2 2 w I W C 2 x ll - n - - 7 . , if 'Z ' v n J . - , ,- ' -2- ' 2 l S ' "The i . T oo! lewe-fer" ,1'l'l.' T ' yr 1 . l, c 1 c 'll . . . - - - - .VI .' ' D . - D 6 K Bendix Home Laundries ,Alf-COI1Clltl0flCCl For Your Lomfortl 'H . '4 An e ol Building Mat rial, Trus n Water- 3 f 1 1 - p proof pam ,Bard C m iuon lung 'Bt The our! House ond c1incnSe th" o o o N . . . as vs L 1 , . , . Bronze and Blue Congratulations Pioneer Graduates of 939 'Xlay tlie uluuements you but iuomplislied become the mems of 1 good beginning Suttess is ittuned bv xour willingness to xpplv tlie knouledg,e you luxe guned Nln Nou tike idx uitlge of the opportunities in the future as vou luxe those to reuli tlus beginning Q4X.l2fll3fllllE N llMllllEll34l3A N ll3AllMlllIl9UlS ClllllHllllE9A5lIl llRlE9S CLAI DI' F IPACHVIAN 'Wan igmg Director For the young person with both eyes on the future e young m in who would get started first and move forvn ird will help to make xmlntious dreams come true e I nderwoocl Typem ister Portable' Here s a helpmate that s ready to go wherever you go to write whenever you feel like writing key levers that say lets go light touch and ease of operation th it le ive you free to write what you want to write that never disturb 1 preuous thought Choose yours at your loeal I nderwood Portable De iler s 9,0-it D E R N or at the nearest Lnderwood Branch Office today and make this a day to remember forever Portable Typewriter Division UNDERWOOD ELLIOTT FISHER COMPANY, One Park Avenue, New York N Y Ty pewrlters Accounting 'Vlaehmes Adding Machines Carbon Paper, Ribbons and other supplies Underwood Elliott F1sher Speeds rhe World s Busmess Sales and Service Pverywhers 1939 . . N f 1 . . L 1 . A , 1, 2 . , , , K ,, 2 . . ' 1 z ' . x ' ' . 1 1 . Y ' '. . 1 5 L K K H I 1 ' Y H' 1 ' 1 .... . 'Y 1-' ' 1 1 'z 2 , . 2 ' t 2 ' . ' ' 4 W . , , . A , . U 1 4. J A A A , . 4 ' " . . . . th 2 v C 1 . ,- v vz in the big business of earning a living . . . here's an aid that A ' , V 1 ' ' - 3 . ..... th ' 1 , ' . 1- 1 1 ' 1 u lt 7 7' . -w ' . . . , 1 1 . ' - ' ' . . 1 . 2 I. . .' . l ' 2 '. . . , . , . . . . .. , . . v . A . J . I . - 1 L. ,L ' L . A , x 'fglx ' 5 f ff1 g4Q! 515 1939 Bronze ond Blue Syn. "0 9 4 what gnu get .IQI I PRICE K areful buyrng and small profrts brmg our surts down to prrces you like to p ry STYLE made by authentrc stylrsts and expert desrgners QUALITY I' xaetrng specrfreatrons on fabrrcs and tall orrng protect you F T The entrre surt feels good looks good keeps rts shape FRIENDLY SERVICE l ook through our stock wrthout embarr rssment no hugh pressure sellrng dl? llR AllillCllllHll4DlINIlCY Men's Suits --A O'Coats Ladies' Plain Dresses Robes C DUNN s CLE Lux ms 118 VK est l rglrtlr Axe lhone 10" Odd Handles No the persons whose names appear below don t go by these nrcknames nor do the mrddle names descrrbe them rn any m rrrner Our apologres 11 you take th s the xxrorrgwry Horace Hard Ware Lrxene Iumpx hoxds Flash Gordon Bur rows Wada Muscle Scholl Sara Spr der Webb Bobbv Goose Berrv Ldwrn Peanut Hull Junror Stude Baker Lawrente Black Smrth Charles Lamp bell Soup Inev Orl Derrrtk Wrllram Buster Prown Morrrsrne Hard Wood Charles Whata Cooke Marston Vladrson 'iquaretardens Paul Town Nlarshall Junror Conxentron Ha Joyce Perdue lmxersrty Wanda Stormy Werther Leta Darley News Margaret Shannon Feeds and Bob Rrley Wrter Gerald Clarrnet Reed Vrrgmra Crrcus Barker Earnest Alwavs Dew lm Nelson Murray Hall George James Penrmore Cooper Jack London Brrdges Charles Ice Berg Vrrgmra BobWh1te Dorothr Prcture 'Show teorge Horse Herd Q SENIGRS We II be seerrrg you next year JUST A BLOCK FROM THL CAMPUS J 84 Nl Clothuers Strode l:UD2I'dl Home phone Drrectly West of Court l-louse Ruth M Strode W F Bernhardt 1939 ,l . 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Bronze and Blue Apprecnahon We Ihe slal of lhe Bronze and Blue ol I939 wlsh Io express our Thanks lo Ih merchanls who have cooperaled wnlh us In pulling our a blgcxer and beller annual When buyunq see Aggre and Mecca Thealres Alfred Tale Talbof Booferae Shoe Sfore Camera Thealre Campus Cleaners C E Hull 8: Sons Molor Co Cenfral Sfales Power and Lrgh+ Corporahon Cooksey s C R Anfhony Co Coulson Beaufy Salon C L Murphy Hardware Slore Crossman Mulhlvih 8: Prmhng Co Dansy s Beaufy Shop Dunn s Cleaners Dulch Blshop s Drs Grady 8: Grady Drs Fry 8: Mllchell Dr R E Roberfs Elazabelh s Farmers Cooperahve Farsi Nahonal Bank F W Woolworfh Co Frlfz Super Servlce G 8: G Gage Muslc Eleclrlc Co Gufhrues Beauly Shop Hoke Homa HoKe Lumber Co Ingham Lumber Company J 8: M Clofhlers Jack s News Sfand Jushce Jeweler Kafz Kenmcufl' Drug Laughlm s Leachman s Ea? Shop Mack s Inc OUR FRIENDS Mud Wesl Creamery Company Model Grocery Moore s Cafe McBrude s Men s Wear McLellan s S+ores Osborn Bros Supply Co Inc Payne Counly Absfracl' Company Payne Counly Mrlk Producers Assn nc Payne Counly Mo'ror Co PIQQIY WIQQIY Penny s R S EIIIOH Arms Co R Jay Cleaners Rounds and Por+er Lumber Co Safeway Slores Inc Searcy s Grocery Shldeler Lumber and Builder Supplies Slekman s Ladies Apparel Smrlh s S'I'udlo Smlfh s Typewrrler Exchange Shllwaler Ice Company Shllwaler Laundry Valelerla HaH'ers Shllwafer Nahonal Bank Sfrode Funeral Home Sfokes Paml' Co The Vmcenl Funeral Home Thomas Duckwall Wholesale 8: Tobacco The Wmfersleen Agency Thompson Parker Lumber Company Underwood EIIIQH Fvsher Company Wallers Furmlure S'rore Ward Bulck Ponhac Co Ward Chevrolel' Company Washmka Jewelry Slore Whlffenberg Furnllure Wood Groceries Cleaners Candles .7939 ' ' ., I . D. 8: V. Drug Sherwood Grocery Marker Bronze ond Blue lllusfralions and Phofographs in fhns Annual were produced on fhe NEW MULTILITI-l Recently lnstalled By llwe CROSSMAN lla E lbs' l h h d MULTIGRAPH SALES AGENCY Dlstrlbutors 108W Thi d St t Okl h City H dD 9 hySaIA .7939 ,S l X Mcllili in mg Ca. Mulfilil is +l1e modern way of prinling S p lor in quali+y, I+ is also economical, rep d g from a fhin p o+ograpl'1ically prepare . r no owar au ert , es ge t C omes fhe end of Hue book, sludenls, and wifh fha end, comes a farewell lo Highschool days. ere ns much fo look forward iq jusfas fhcre us rnuclr fo look back upon 7115 fhe ear -f- book sfaff smcerely lrope your fllfure I5 brlghf and flrdf some crenlng wich your mmd Wdlldtrs over ofcf memories f6l5 57171101 will serve as a record of flrese memorfes and guide you back fo many a happy momenf Us ,. QSSKX 695313, 9' X' w ol' xx A Ovgkxgv' W 'vi' 40669.- 01355 'ia "' sw" "t""'.-1564 0 not Q, K Oo X NK f-7 , . 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