Stillwater High School - Pioneer Yearbook (Stillwater, OK)

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5 gp . " 53.5 12, wr X S is I' it I, fd? 5 ., 7 au jg,,L-.., 'Ziff' eff 0 if Y Y 1 3 Gable of Gontents Administration Classes . Features . Music . Sports . Activities School Life Service Men 4155. 'Decimation We, the staff of this 1945 Pio- neer Yearbook, desire to dedicate it to the fighting Pioneers in every corner of this earth, and to those who soon will go from our high school to join them. We send our love and loyalty to you, wherever you may be, and our sincerest wish is that this rec- ord of the past year at Stillwater High will take you back, for a moment, to your own school days. WW iBoard KERMIT INGHAM Preslclent C E DONA RT Eclucatlon Upon the shoulders of the school board rests the responsl bxllty for any executlve actlon occurmg at Stxllwater H1gh School Much credlt must be gzven to these men for the rapld progress of the school this year under thelr adl'l'1ll'llS tratlon They should deserv edly take the crednt for all of the expansxon recently happen mg at this school BILL BFRNHARDT Vrce Presrdent GEORGE DOLLINGER Secretary Treasurer RAYMOND D. THOMAS W. R. CLIP-'I' WALTER WEAVER HARRY D. SIMMONS Superintendent GLENN TONKINSON Principal ELMER BRINKER Assistant Principal Cffilw South qfiglx Gffaculty EAVJQLYVNLMJ L.. Mrs. Elizabeth Brock Mrs. Edna Bryan B.S-2 M.S. B.S.3 M.S. Home Economies English Sr. F.H.O. Sponsor Student Sponsor 5. Mrs. Marguerite Allen Ioscph A. Cocannouer Mrs. Ella Craig Escue Gus Friedemann G Cmssman n.s,, Ms. Aa., MA. H.s. BA., MIA. Pliysicsg Chemisrryg Libraryg History Commerce American Hislorys spccchs National Honor Society Assembly Ralph A. Hamilton Mrs. Mary Lewis B.S. B.S. Physical Education Commerceg Pep Club Sponsor Mrs. Florence Sevcrson Will d Shingleton B.S.g M.A. B.S. Engishg lournalismg of the Annual In 'lAn: A. C. Miller Parker A. Norton Mrs. Virginia Paris B.S. B.S. B.S. Industrial Arn Vocational Agriculture Home Economicsg lr. F.H.0. Sponsor Maurice Turner Glen M. Varnum Homer Weeks B.F.A.g M.S. B.A.g M.S. B.S.g M.A. Vocal Music Instrumental Music . Mathematica auf' s -c I 4 AU- ,HI V114 XL ff iff BOB HESSER 'N Senior Class President lx vb' A by C X. ,, x .. Wi x L a Cv - x, I! ix, -.f X Q! yt X '..' uf H X Senior Glass Q ce'rs Hollecn Hartpence Mary Lou Malloy fMary Steye s Mary Lou Malloy Commencemenz Program: Roger Clubb Decoration N N Marjorie Adams Clan Picnic Benye Annis Activitid r. .Jo 1 L LX Vice-Praidenl Secretary ommittee Ghairmen Ieanne Simcoe Clan Day Marcellette McLain Year Book Sandra Uzzcll Memorial Fern Myers Caps and Gowns ff Tm: r A A fe 74 , U, 5? J., 5. -551: .+V .af Q 1 52 Q Q1 .mf , , 1 , ,.,.,,, .,. , HQ- If ,5- ,ff fi .4 3 ,R fff? Hy Q' . 42 w ,wmv 4 Wa' 10 Maud Qt ti " . , - " ' ck, im an 4 71,3 , , iff 5 A 1 i'Wi:?ifr. .J A M 3 ,Y 4,1 ,, a f. ,Q n 5, -4.4. 'S-mf ,gp 4 . 63, 'f'F4f?f ,, A ff wx if - fXmrfi.:f2f'Qs,g. ik., xi ik 'i . ,.,, X X 1 25: 4 :sadly gawk , ' mf,-1 t -uk Q" , X. ,Si , ,Q km, A 'ifkii , if 3 W WF S I ,,, iv! L 8 55.15 ip, V429 .ff h ' -,Q N" ,- ' My M L1 g K 1- wf- www f ' 1 i Q27 5? AV 239413: Efskh? ' A -r -. fy .Y rf. 2 . 'E A, sf' IW" gg Q Q51 k if YQ: A f 1 jr, 'J .MR R ff? W iw 'Hllf 2, ii'-H 414. 7' Q M fins f 'qv . W' Sw Y . f me Q W' ,b ,, an if if 9 fr, 1- ' if 1 wg, J' Mary Lou Malloy Frank Norton Leona Overholt lames B. Perky Marilyn Potts lack Peery Esther Patterson Thomas Reynolds Mary Lou Raupe Betty Io Rogers Ruth Redburn lean Marie Simcoe Harry Simmons, Ir. Doris Schatz Patricia Schatz Ruby Mae Stratton Helen Scherer Billy K. Stevens Mary Elizabeth Stevens Hi Staten, Ir. Schiller Scruggs Kathryn Schroeder Lou Alice Smith julia Ann Shattuck X nu, Qi 9. 35-4 S 3 Ruth Ann Trout Fred Trompler Mary Io Trumbla Icrry Taylor Rosanne Thomas Leslie Terpening Helen Edith Tinker Sandra Uzzell ow l Mginia Vandcgrift ames Valdcr Patricia Willis Lindy B. Wilson Melba lean Walton Flora Elaine Wells Evelyn Wcathers Marietta Willsey Ray Young Frances Peadcn Anita Bieberdorf 'Iunior Glass Frank Abernathy Bcverlee Atkins Melvin Albright Iessic Mae Auterson lla Grace Bilycu Rowene Becker Katherine Braswcll Maxine Bays Alice Bradford Patti Brooks Keith Cottongim Pat Chase F. A. Clayton Doris Carlisle Patsy Curd Harold Crenshaw Betty Clifton Martin Craft Colleen Cypcrt Dorothy Davis Iameb Dilts Margaret Denny Olive Delay Franklin Donnell Pat Evanhoe KK . ' Q Dick Brown I. C. McGlamcry Jimmy Cr ig hyllis urp y ,I Pr ' nt Vice-President - Secrcuryx Treasurer 1' 7 goflffff lf j,,...4.4.-415 an-I-.4207 AS 1? 'S- 3 ns. if Ihll finlow licnny Fugurc Sammy Fugate Hoover Fuher Alan Grady lan Graham :lim Griffxth Cyntha Glover Marion German Marguemc Hillcrman licttle Hargrove OIL-l.1Hcnson Anna Henrick Betty Mae Harriwn Arnlyth Houck l,eon11rcl Hall Gladys Hopper Roger Hurnmlen Iilouise Howerton David Held Ioan Hinl-cel Kenneth Havenstritc Ioan Hull Dewey Hesser Colleen Hulsey Iiclgar Henderson Helen Humphrey Ilmmy Hokc loc- Howard Rose Hun hrey ,-in . ihblc H.1sl-:ct intl 1:'rzr 1L'll'XYlf'l Paul lngcrsnl Iuhn lwes Kenneth Iardot Iuunita Killingsworth Aurvil Ketch lK1tsyLayman Patsy Lytle Ioyfe Livesay Loyce Lixefay Hurry Mills Larry Manning liiye Mdiilliartl Carl Moore lflainc Mtffowcn Corrine Mcfjuain Donna Moore Florence Mahan Donald Nance Iacqueline Nilex Ilcrhert Nelson Norma Overholt Calvin Poole Evelyn Pence Paul Pearson VVanda Prickett Norman Pilgrim Howard Potts Mary Catherine Ritter Patsy Rcdburn Iimmie Reynolds Betty Riggs Barbara Rains lack Shelton Dorothy Smith Dorothy Spurr johnny Swim Ray Shirley Roberta Short N- r lb X is J 1 1. 6 Thomas Shirley Bob Sisson I. T. Sanford lack Smith Irene Schroeder Iimmy Shipley Bob Whitson Charles Wagner Barbara Wolf Bob White Margaret Ross Iean Ward I. B. Scroggins Marynell Lancaster enior Glass 'will We, the Seniors of 1945, being sound of mind and memory, do hereby make and declare this will to our classmates and underclassmates. Rose Grafa wills Frank Abernathy part of her height. Billie Ann Hesser, Doris Lee Houck, and Erma Ienkins want Ila Grace Bil- yeu, Doris Carlisle, and Erma Ross to have their blonde hair. Fern Myers gives Barbara Rains her job in the "cage." Norman Howerton wills a ream of typing paper to Leonard Hall. Betty Annis and Betty Io Rogers would like for Roberta Short, Dorothy Smith, and Iessie Auterson to have their shorthand troubles. Anita Bieberdorf and Evelyn Weath- ers want Pat Chase and Pat Evanhoe to have their forged excuses. To Donna Moore and Irene Schroe- der. Flora Wells leaves her neat looks. Eileen Bilyeu and Don Iohnson leave Mrs. Crossman's waste basket full of their jokes for Bill Enlow and Lorna Io Iohnson. Betty Boyd and Carma Lee Carrier want Dorothy Spurr and Mary Ritter to have their "hearts" for the Navy. lulia Ann Shattuck and Patricia Murphy will Elaine McCowen and Iacqueline Niles their sophisticated ways. Marilyn Potts leaves Miss Turner's Glee Club without a soprano section. Ruth Redburn leaves her old shoes for her sister, Patsy. Do you think she can fill them? Barbara Dickey gives Patsy Curd her long, plaid shirts. lean Simcoe wills Beverlee Atkins her position as 1945 Pioneer editor. Edward Mott and Dick Hicks leave their helmets and admiring girls to Co- captains Ioe Howard and Norman Pil- grim. Frances Peaden, Naomi Mcffammon, fContinued on Page SRD -M? ! a I NM SANDRA UZZELL Pioneer Queen 20- 1' 53 V Q LV GI , IEAN MARIE SIMCOE Pioneer Editor LAC' A. if A ,, .f E 'N S, , , 52 ff f '24 6 . 2 is fer Y GW A W V gg : 9,5 g Q? XM if 2. i '12 K 5 3 -.:v...f.:'5 f ,T A k W h ing s f-4-ff K La fu wi' hi 4-A . -1-1--1.1. ,K Y , . a "Riff fn. 1 A-'fnuffgf 1 ,Q fx, , E IAMES MARTIN fm S dent Council President FlI'SK Row: Bob Hcsser, joan null, rnyius IVLUIPALY, iuaiy puu Malloy, jean Ward, Cyntha Glover, Sandra Uzzell, Marilyn Harper, Dick Hicks. Second Row: Roger Clubb, Schillar loc Scroggs, Dick Brown, Dick Heath, Marjorie Adams, George Hardin, Ramon Ellcdge, Iames Martin, Buddy Simmons. ,Student Gouncil The Student Council has always been one of the most active groups in the high school and this year has been no ex- ception. It operated the concessions stand at the football games last fall and spon- sored the Who's Who page in the an- nual and the yearly Backward Week. With the cooperation of the National Honor Society, the Council has sold bonds and stamps in the school all year. The Student Council itself has pur- chased three bonds so far this year, making a total of six in its name. One of the most admirable accom- plishments of the Council was the pur- chase of the Allied Nations Honor flag and its presentation to the student body. Due to the Council's enthusiastic drive, over 90 per cent of the students purchased defense stamps during the week of George Washington's birthday. For this record, the school was awarded the flag with a Minuteman on it. This flag was sent from the United States Treasury Department and was accom- panied by a certificate and a facsimile ofthe Bill of Rights. , 2 f'w,i3, ' ' , Q1 fo V w,y,,,, ,. s,g,w4 Qrw . V ,K . yqiggh Q LIL. bfi 'qihmx 4 W 4531 ,gh ,. fgjl, y x 9 .,, Y' H ' Y, NJ Q3 . Sag ' Q 4 S.. 4 x,"m ,V AJWH? , ,ff ' FF Q K5-A , b 5, f I Y g " if 1 Schiller Ioe Scroggs Roger Clubb 'X l Hi'Smten 'ZQJl1o's TQJHO in 636. These students were chosen by the Student Council as the most outstanding members of the senior class. They were selected because of their scholastic stand- ing, participation in school activities, and cooperation with students and teachers. Iuniors who received honorable mention: Iimmy Craig Betty Rigg Dick Brown Phyllis Murphy Ardyth Houck Melvin Albright Marguerite Hillerman .25 1 2 Duck Hicks Most handsome boy Rose Humphrey Most :ntracuwe student Bob Whne Boy wxth the bd! physique Hollcen Hartpence Mol! beauuful gurl Bob Hesser Best personalxty Mary Lou Raupe Gul with the best figure 6, Q Bxll Lothers Most studxous Ixmmy Cra1g Best all round boy Sarah Barton Most dependable semor Iam Perky Most hkely to xuccccd Phylhs Murphy Ben all round gxrl Ardyth Houck Mos! dependable yumor , an Ulf ' P' Mary Lou Malloy Best dancer Norman Pxlgnm Mos! polne Dxck Brown Bm szudenx leadership FAME Mx WW L 3 L, at '1. 4 1: I ,J J Z fl . Y' 1 .,4 f'f 1 . J,-K Y , ,ffl I '28- I?ERN MYERS Football Queen f BETTY MAE HARRISON Princess of the Future Farmers of America ON BOB HESSER Winner of the Crossman High School Achievement Award I ff " lf, , 1 ww. Y' FERN MYERS Majorette of Drum and Bugle Corps 2' 'V 4 y nf fy. ,fafliijii Y .mv 71f.sV'+ fz, Q,M??:, , Q' 5457 7 'L A, Q A 1 ,QQ ' ' 293,33 uv' M r 5, jgfgfyf f m , 1, ,HW A -f ' Om, 4,5 , X31 1. , 4 r J, , AY Amy . . ,,,,, 2 5544, ,,, , ,Q 4, f J. . Q .,frg5,- y Q, I A ,235 , ' 15 ,V ,A z D MARCELLETTE McLAIN Band Queen Dick Heath Schiller Scruggs Margaret Ross Band President Orchestra President Drum and Bugle Pres. Leslie Terpening Reporter Murphy Charlie Denny Vice-President Secretary Tw-A f Roger Clubb Esther Patterson Ruth Ann Whitenton Rose Humphrey Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Reporter First ROW: Verna Shcfmfmi Ann Stapley, Charlene Redburn, Eula B. Miller, Christia White, Bonnie Iean VanSickle, Iimmy Patterson. Second Row: Elfreda Rader, Allen Sanders, Teddy Keller, james Allen Williams, Iames Humble, Carl Rose, Virgil Drummond. Instrumental e73fusic Gfflcers 'f,Bancl Qfficers Me I. M Q'rcl1est'ra Gjficers Second iBand xl Fin! Row Phyllis Webster Third Roll Ralph Young Bob Smith Doris Lee Houck Diek Hcnh Irene Schroeder Zeena Amend Barbara Trumbla Emerson Helms Helen Scherer Tom Reynolds Barham Rains Russell Brannon Bill Easton Keith Cottongim Charlie Denny Henry Fcatherly limmy Vandegrift Owen Hurned Rex Crabbs Harry Percy Billie Lou King Berry Howa-rd Ruth Enix Marynrll Lancaster Everett Brett Robert Ware Donna. Adams Ralph Mason lerry lon:-s Waid Hohstadt Harry Thompson Hi Staten LaVerne Adams Agnes Leachman Donald Trompler Betty Ann Dunlap Marian Means Leslie Terpening Mary Lou Raupe Dorothy Spurr Richard Dunn David Ht-id Roy Houck Kenneth Baker I . lane Trout Roger Harnden Bob Reynolds Alan Graham Charles lohnxon SINGH!! 'IU' H' Plffilff Bernadine Moe Catherine lrwin Bill Waver Edwin King Kermit Ingham Betty Riggs Maynard Blumer Gene Perkins FOWIII R010 Edwin Ellcdge Wilblll' Willil!l'll0lI Harvey McAnulty Carroll Leonard Minard Clayton Faye McGilliard Gene Smoot Edward Amend Gilford lkenberry Roy Lee Elliott Charles Poek Bill Simcoe Ardyth Houck George Thompson Doris Douglas Nancy Baebel Standing loan Hull Berta lo Crabhe Bch Potts Donald Graham Betrye Annie Phyllis Murphy lean Ward Richard Willham Gene Marshall Director, Glen Varnum Hoover Fisher lolm Brooks Bob Bollinger Marcellette McLain Second Row William Belknap Bob Roberta Bob Deck David Orwig Culver Moe luanin White Billy Rays Buel McElroy Baker Bokorney + 35355534333 , ,fa 1, , A . ,L A ,, 4, ,li f a x U 7 Y Q TW! f fiffaff E n if 4 g its " v Ai gy. YQ V I, k W' Hs.. K A ' 2 X F QX lv ,V , A ., Wg? m 1, if 2 a Y , X ig wwf' 2 I 5 M ' ' E9 K A 49124 , s.. if li . A km' ii "" '1,,V V QPVVA' - ff-wg, 5 W 4 5' a 3? , ,,,V . 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McGlamery Secreta ry-Treasurer 51 Rowene Becker Mary Lou Malloy Marguerite Hillerman Ruby Mae Stratton Vice President Secretary Treasurer Librarian Librarian Mary I ou Malloy -Klan Graham Manly n Harper Patti Brooks President Xi e Iresrdenr Secretary Treasurer Librarian Franklin Donnell, Harry Mills, Alan Graham, Billie Lawson, Beverly White, Eleanor Harper Gilford Ikenberry Marilyn Harper 'Boys' Quartet Girls' Quartet e7YCixed Cllwrus First Row: Dorothy Spurr, Ioan Carr, Betty Mae Harrison, Marguerite Hillerman, Mary Lou Malloy, Norma Overholt, Ardyth Houck, Maxine Bays, Pat Schatz, Ann Cunningham, Pat Murphy, Marilyn Harper. Second Row: Eleanor Harper, Patti Brooks, Beverly White, Sylvia Hodges, Billie Lawson, Donna Lee Adams, Margaret Myers, Harriet Ianeway, Ruth Ann Whitenton. Third Row: Marilyn Potts, Rose Grafa, Iane Trout, Colleen Tinker, Iulia Ann Shattuck, Thyra Shattuck, Lois Fash, Elaine McCowen, Katheryn Gates, Barbara Wolf, Billye Kathryn Stevens, Rowene Becker. Fourth Row: Franklin Donnell, Harry Mills, Bill DeMoss, Iohn Ives, Melvin Albright, Harry Iones, Roger Harnden, Dick Brown, I. C. McGlamery, Alan Graham, Gilford Ikenberry, Bill Enlow, Ralph Good, Kenneth Havenstrite, Roy Houck. First Row: Eleanor Harper, Marilyn Potts, Billie Lawson, Beverly White, Miss Maurice Turner, Ann Cunningham, Pat Schatz, Harriet Ianeway, Marilyn Harper. Second Row: Marguerite Hillerman, Betty Mae Harrison, Bettye Annis, Mary Lou Malloy, Harriet Irwin, Maxine Bays, Billye Kathryn Stevens, Rowene Becker, Ruth Ann Whitenton Third Row: Ioan Carr, Colleen Tinker, Iulia Ann Shattuck, Thyra Shattuck, Lois Fash, Norma Overholt, Elaine McCowen, Barbara Wolf, Donna Adams, Margaret Myers, Katheryn Gates Girls' Qlee Cflub Qoys' Glee Qlub First Row: Franklin Donnell, Harr Mills Ro er Harnden, Bill Enlow, Kenneth Havenstrite, Y i S Ralph Good . Second Row: Harry Ioncs, Iohn lyskldelvin Albright, Dick Brown, Alan Graham, I. C. Mc- Glamery, Gilford Ikenbcrry. Co-Captain Dick Hicks Guard-Senior 2-Year Letterman 0114 r 1 ff v f 4 Z 1 4 Co-Captain Edward Mott End-Senior 3 Year Letterman 1944 Colootball ,Schedule Stillwater ..- ...., -..WN ..... - ........... 6 Sapulpa ...a ....... - WE ...,,... 6 Stillwater ,,...,.... - ..., -. - .............. 0 Bristow .....,.r,,....,.. C.- ..... --.. 7 Stillwater .... - .......... ....., 7 Ponca City ..,..,........ ..,.. - ,,.. 2 I Stillwater ...,., ......... I 4 Drumright ...,.. C., ...,.,. ma.. 7 Stillwater ...... ...... 0 Perry ............ - .,... -.-M ..,.... 7 Stillwater .,..,. ......... 3 5 Pawnee ...., .......... 7 Stillwater ...... ,.,,.. 0 Norman ..,,.r,,. ,.,,.. . ,39 Stillwater ...... ..,...........,, 4 6 Blackwell ...,.,. ,,... o Stillwater ,,.... - ......,.., I4 Guthrie .,.., .,,..,,, 2 4 Total ,....,. ,,..,,. I 22 Total ,,..,. Hmm... ,. .,,,.., aux 1 8 Senior Wigh "eil" C6ieam First Row: Carl Moore, Ellis Willett, Iohnny Curran, Harry Mills, Corky Dilts, Calvin Poole, Lindy Wilson. Second Row: Donald lenkins, Dolton Rogers, Norman Pilgrim, Ioe Howard, Dick Hicks, Melbourne Flesner, Glenn Hartman, Iim Griffith. Third Row: lack Shelton, Buddy Simmons, Ray Bigler, Hi Staten, Buddy Iolmson, Bob White, Bob Tucker, Aurvil Ketch, Wayne Flesner, Edward Mott. Bi 'tit x V , 1'-Q ., ff X 5 Qi 9 3' ' ' Q 1 if , Y gf I H awk M' I V , A ' w'Qi. :S 5?1.wff4 f- . .f f L . Vg: - ', f H Qj.4.mlPf'fa073f??'wf'Q':f2'f I 5 - ga ' 4, f1 ,u0 My x at 1 3 fn xs....f,a ww-15,335 ' .- - fgffl F E Q., " 'WF' " 4 'vb' - ,rw 7 i! ,-s' 'E of 4 ia MX N ai" - 5 ' . E' ym 40 ' D? fgiuv-: ' P--f 1 aft X . 1 'I . '5 if . Iv - A ' Eg 3 xg fzezgjie Yi'-5 ,ze 4 u' , r I K j K I N K I tab? asf , 7 wr! 3 ev IQ ' YW 1 YQ I4 '59 Y' 555 Tdrestling l I Coach Harris has a workout Schedule Stillwater ......,.. -........ ..... B... I3 Perry - ........ ,....... .. ... ........ -.....k... 23 Stillwater ...,.. -.-...--.. ....... - o Tulsa Central H... ,.... -.--.... 34 Stillwater ........ ... .... ---N ...... .. 5 Blackwell ..,........ .. .......... ......... 34 Stillwater ......... ,.-.... .......,. ... 27 Oklahoma City Central.........- II Stillwater .... -,..--,... .... ......-.. 29 Bristow ......... ....-.- ..... -..-........ 8 Stillwater .....,. -.e...--.--..- ...... 23 Ponca City ...... --- ...,.......... .-... I4 Stillwater .....,............... -..,. .,...... I3 Perry .....,............ , ............ a...... 15 Stillwater ....... --.......-...-..-.. 23 Oklahoma City Central............ I3 Total .... - .,.. B .... -- ............ -133 Total ...... -....---...- ...... 162 First Row: I. W. Sitton, Marion Bafklty, Bob Whitson, Billy Cottongim. Second Row: Calvin Poole, Melbourne Flesner, Bob Hesser, Bob Lynch. Third Row: lack Smith, Bob Tucker, Coach Iabron Harris, Iames 140118211- f' Norman Pilgrim, Lindy XViIson, lack Shelton, Buddy Simmons, Bob White fBas lcetlaall Schedule Stillwater ,.,. -.. 58 Perkins ,,,,,,.,,.,,.... 9 Stillwater Perry ....., . Stillwater .... ..,. 2 5 Edmond ,,,.., ,,... I 0 Stillwater Pawnee ..... Stillwater .... 48 Perkins ..,, ,,,,. i 7 Stillwater Ponca City Stillwater . ,. .... 38 Bristow ...,,i ..., 2 2 Stillwater Bristow . Stillwater .... .,,, 3 3 Yale ,,,,, ......,, 21 Stillwater Yale ..... Stillwater ..,, SI Oilton ,,,,,,,,.. , .,.. 18 Stillwater Pawnee Stillwater ,,,, ,Y.. 4 7 Ponca City ,,,,,,,,,, 28 Stillwater Drumright Stillwater .,,, A W 24 Drumright ,,,,,,,.,. 26 Stillwater Guthrie Stillwater ..,. ..., 3 8 Oilton .,,.,... ,,... 2 I Stillwater Perry ...,.,,YY Stillwater , ,. ,.., 36 Bristow ,,,.,,.., ,..,,, 1 3 Stillwater Guthrie , Stillwater ,,.. ..,. 5 O Hominy ......,....... 41 Stillwater Blackwell , First Row: Glen Kite Total: Stillwater, 8 5 7 g Opponents, 456 David Smith, Iimmy Craig, Dolton Rogers, Ellis Willet. Second Row: Willie Ahner, Dewey I-lesser, Ioe Howard, Iames Dilts, Norman Pilgrim, Bob White. Third Row: Coach Ralph Hamilton, Buddy Johnson, Paul Pearson, lack Shelton, Lindy Wilson, Buddy Simmons. - H91 Gvlf V, V, A ,.,..Y,g ':,,,,.,,, ,Vi ,Q vs. kbs? , Front Row: Iamcs Martin, Coach Harris. Standing: Dick Heath, lack Shelton, Buddy Simmons, Dick Hicks. South Gyfigh 'Pep Qlub First Row: Beverly Atkins, Faye McGilliard, Ardyth Houck, Bettie Hargrove, Marca McLain, Pat Chase, Mary Lou Raupe, Dorothy Smith, Pat Schatz, Lorna Io Iohnson, Betty Rigg, Marilyn Harper. Second Row: Marilyn Potts, Kathryn Gates, lean Gregory, Patsy Redburn, Mary Nell Lancaster, Ruth Ann Lafferty fPep Lcaderl, Hollecn Hartpcncc, Mary Lou Malloy fPep Leaderj, Iean Ward fPresidentJ, Sandra Uzzell, loan Hull, Doris Carlisle, Helen Humphrey, Dorothy Spurr. Third Row: Fern Myers, Billy K. Stevens, Ruth Redhurn, Rosanne Thomas, Laverne Daniels, Rose Humphrey, Mariorie Adams, lean Simcoe, Eileen Bilyeu, Cynlha Glover, Bettye Annis, Rose Grafa, Mary Katherine Ritter, Betty Clifton, Patsy Curd. Fourth Row: Mrs. Lewis, Margaret Ross, Irene Schroeder, Maxine Bays, Iulia Ann Shattuck, Rowene Becker, Pat Evanhoe, Sarah Barton, Norma Overholt, Elaine McCowen, Doris Lee Houck, Barbara Wolf, Ann Cunningham, Ann Trout. -, n t, 5 li, , bi TQ igg' 'Q in V- . - gi 3 1 xL,,,, -. k ' 24: " '3 SB3K f'??'ifX2f .N 2: 'Jn' H 1.1 2, , AL'-' 23 ' Avjzif' ,EJ if :V fs: Am . A g ' Qi fs fui' 'YV ' 'D ' K.-l Second hour Biblical class listens to speaker iBiblical Literature Glasses Atkins, Beverlee Becker, Rowene Bilyeu, lla Grace Bilyeu, Lora Mae Crosnoe, Louise Harper, Marilyn Hesser, Billie Ann Hillerman, Marguerite Hughes, Marie Hinkel, Ioan Humphrey, Helen Humphrey, Rose Ienl-tins, Erma Leverett, Mary Lynch, Robert Nance, Donald Miller, Bill Moore, Donna Oyerholt. Norma Pt-atlen, Frances Potts, Marilyn Randolph, Helen Redburn, Patsy Reynolds, Iimmie Spurr, Dorothy Walton, Melba Willis, Pat Albright. Melvin Angerer, Elizabeth Barkley, Marion Brown, Dick Carlisle, Doris llartpence, Holleen Hicks, Dick Fisher, Hoover lngersol, Paul Lothers, Bill Pay ton, lack Perry, lack Retllnurn, Ruth Shattuck, Iulia Ann Simmons, liutltly Thomas, Rose Ann Weatliers, Evelyn kvells, Flora Wilson, Lindy Schatz, Pat Trout, Ann Brooks, Patti Iewett, Iohn Mu rphy,'Patricia Ky me, Bill Gates, Kathryn Smith, Lou Alice VVol1ic, Barbara Curd, Patsy Livcsay, Loyce Trumbla, Mary Io Underwood, Kenneth Killingsworth, juanita First hour Biblical Literature class listens to speaker new-i.ffmgi3, Cgutwre Warmers 0 cyflmerica Pvt. William G. "Bill" DeMoss and his prize bull First Table: Clem larvis, Kenneth Lake, Iohn Duck, Harley Walker, Kenneth Keith, Iames Longan. Second Table: Bill Carrier, Owen Thomas, Minard Clayton, Melbourne Flcsner, Hugh Crumc, Tony Schafcrs. Third Table: Kenneth Baker, Paul Bussell, Emerson Holmes, Roger DeMoss, Robert Adams, George Hardin. 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Second Row: Betty Clifton, Edward Brown, Dorcie Bostian, Barbara Rains, Ioan Heard, Anita Bieberdorf, Mara Walker, Patti Brooks, Carroll Leonard, Hoover Fisher, Iames Bellatti, Everett Lovell, Olive DeLay, Colleen Hulsey, G. C. Friedeman. Third Row: Charles Boggs, Harold Crenshaw, Harvey Curd, Ierry Taylor, Howard Potts, Alan Graham, Patsy Lytle, Florence Mahan, Erma Ross, Elouise Howerton, Gladys Hopper, fBiology Glass enim' Glass 'will fContinued from Page 182 Dorothy Davis. Ruby Stratton, Lula Maxey, Bonnie Fowler, and Marie Hughes, who gradu- ated the first semester, left a lot of sad hearts. Mary Lee Bilyeu leaves her neat car driving to Mary Nell Lancaster. Mary Leverett wants Cyntha Glover to have a tube of her kiss-proof lipstick. lean Gregory leaves her bobby pinsll? to Patti Brooks. Kathryn Schroeder leaves, leaving a big vacancy. Bobby Anderson wills his airplanes to Melvin Albright. Leona Overholt wants Helen Humph- rey to have her cashier job. Mary Lou Raupe gives her jitterbug- ging to Ioyce Livesay. Iuanita Brown, Lois Fash, and Helen Tinker leave their "good intentions" to Betty Clifton, Iean White, and Ioan Hinkel. Ierry Taylor wills his many books to Faye McGilliard and Rose Humphrey to carry around. It will take both of them. Buddy Simmons presents Paul Inger- sol with his red hair, and hopes it will be as effective as his. Ruth Ann Lafferty wants Marguerite Hillerman to have her "make-up." Ray Bigler wants Betty Riggs to have his extra pounds. ' Harold Campbell and Raymon El- ledge hope some poor suckers have new busses to drive next year. To Alan Graham, Frank Norton leaves his American History book. Laverne Daniels leaves her brother, Eugene. Marilyn Harper hopes Billy Belknap enjoys his senior year as much as she did. Lucille Heisler and Barbara Human will their "stockings" to Margaret Ross, Rowene Becker, and Mabel Haskett. Rosanne Thomas and Marietta Willsey, Ann Trout and Patricia Willis hope the future is as easy as the past has been for them. Thomas Burtscher wills Iohn Ives and Dewey Hesser his position as un- dertaker. Iohnny Curran would like for Iuanita QContinued on Page 71, South High School IIN! 13. 19b5 H1 There , Fellows! llore'e the latest, straight fra dear ol' SB Seniors are proudly dio- playlng class rings now and posters are being seen through the halls an- nouncing the plays to be presented by the senior class In place of tb cus tonry three-act comedy, the class presenting two on-act aelodreaas, on- titlod 'Curse You, Jack Dalton' and 'Her Petal Beauty' Leads in the for- mer are played by Bob Hoeoer and larch lcLaLn Other members of the cast are the villien, John Jewett, the villian- ess, Jean Gregory, mthor of the hero, Katy Gatos, sister of the hem, Doris Lee Houck, and brother of tb heorine Dick Hicks Jigy Porb and largie Ad als hold the leeds in the latter The other characters in this play are la Stevens, Sarah Barton, Betty Annie, Prank lorton and Ann Trout These are to be presented larch 22 and 23 Iedding bells have been ringing for several fornr pioneers! lhen our last letter was written, John Jacob and Virginia Townoell had just announ cod their engapnt but now they are 'lr and Irs " John Jacob bro ro and Hymn Clendoning, Sarah Ferguson and Gordon Plesner, and Kenneth lohwen end Carolyn llundee, Canal Zone Band members are still talkirg a bout their trip to Shawnee last week and are getting ready to receive the Shawnee Band this week when they lay in a joint concert here As usual there is the kidding of students be cause of a 'certain girl' or that "tall, blond guy' The FFA boys held their Princess race last month and although it got off to a slow start, the end was al most a photo finish Candidates in the finale were Betty lee Harrison and llary Lou Malloy with the former being winner by a margin of sixty-eight cents or sixty eight votes Betty llae has the privilege of gcim to Tulsa with the boys for a banquet at which s e will be formally proclaimed IPA Prin cess of 19145 This week starting larch 9 and ending on larch 16 has been declared 'Backward leak' Rules for dates and general behavior are posted in the hall The eeek will be closed by a special assembly program on Friday and a costume dance at lorth High Gyn that night le are sorry tht we can't include the addresses of former Pioneers as we did in our last letter This ls now prohibited by the levy Department ln letters received from sms of you, you mentioned enclosing pictures to put in the annual, but we did not receive then. le regret it because we had looked forward to putting you in the annual cms acre Boys iso have Joined the Araod Yor- ces this year are layne Plesner Donald Jlifl, Donald Johnson, J B Scrog gins, Glen Johnson, Telford Blair, Val gone Kremer, Eugene Kremer, and James De Gmchy lhcse planning to leave soon are Johnny Curran, Jack Perry, J w slttcn, Robert Lynch, and '0f'l5 Pllgrla Irlte to us, we love to hear frm you The Joumallem Glas Qsee page twenty-onsj Ensign James E Lrondoll has been ln the navy for three years the first year and a half of his naval service was spent in the office ef the chap lain at San Diego. TDC next year in the Southwest Pacific Be is to train as a communications officer 2nd Lt John I aldersen has recently completed a combat course in the army's newest attack bomber B entered the army slr corps in July. 1941. and received his bombardler wings as a flight officer. aug 1943 Lt Jehu Bough is stationed in Transport Service Branch. and ls in charge of the Plans and Training sec tion of the later Division ansign llllism A Berry has been liberated from a prison camp in the Philippines after beirg a Japanese prisoner of war for the past three years Pfc Virgil M Bllyeu has been ln the service since Jan 1942 as he is a dental technician. he has been to many different camps because he travels from camp to camp doing dental worn for the boys lt present he is sts tloned near Berkeley. Calif Virgil says that California sunshine is all right, but he likes Oalahoma weather best Doyle Bllyeu Rl Sfc volunteered for the lavy in Dec lite and was stationed at San Diego while in boot camp Be then attended radio school ln Los angeles and after gradustl was given delayed orders, and spent two days in Stillwater before leaving for his assignment to the Pacific Fleet as has met hobert Ingorsol of the army who ls also in New Caledonia Sgt sugene Blossom went overseas in Sept for France lhlle fighting the western front. he received burns which sent him oaok to a hospital ln France and then to England Ho ls now in Germany with the l02nd Division. anti tank Company 59" I P . .- ls ' . , l , Y, s . e 0 's cent woddirgs are those of Jean Hughes Seattle Port of Bmbarkatlen. army P - . t h . D6 U8 . 0 . . ' on , J, Mx, 7027, EMZX - WW 1222- 3 f,.v-i JS N24 Q ru? A, . 'T-al. V 'r .4 ig? 1.. 1 'R A. .H iv -C' 2 11? JL.: 5- K fl. MQ . ig, - .ps . A' v,-, . A fl' J ., ,ff . 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Inmcs Wczncr, Sp. gfc-US. Cons: Guard. ll, Cpl. Tummy W:-.ucr-Army Arr Fume. bleu juhnwn, Sczxmm 21:-f-Mcrphnrzl Mums. In f' 45 A ' 1 mx -A ww xx 'Y N. ,git Capt. Hugh H. Coonfleld. former basket ball instructor at north high. ls somewhere in Belgium. Capt. Coon- field has been ln the army four years. We are sorry captain, but the censor got your pictures Lt Charles C Courtrlght ls in tha welfare and recreational office at Iaval Supply Department ln San Franslco Lt James deGruchy is doing research work at Flexible Gunner School. Laredo Texas Cpl James R Demares sex attended Hydrollc School ln england Be spent Christmas in an english home LD London In the snow of rranoe he made a floor and sides for his tent from a wrecked German building Pvt lllllam G graduated from before leaving at San Diego at Camp Pendleton. Calif . then was shipped to the South Pacific B thinks the Marines are an excellant branch of service and likes his superiors very much but would rather be home feeding calves DOMOBB UDMC Billy Stillwater High just for Marlne training He spent two months Pvt Shirley P Denny Frank received training ln Texas and later was moved to Camp Gruber He would like to near from any of his friends Burse's She Hoe clinic Patsy Dell Dotter is in Cadet Training at Fort North Texas is working at the City County pltal and will finish her pre training this spring Cpl Chester V Drumm has been ln the army since June 1942 He is a mem ber of the 66th Medical Battalion and has been in four beechhead opera tlons 11 North Africa, Sicily an southern france This battalion received its D1CKH8m8 the 'D Day Medica when they landed close to the invasion troops ln Casablanca French Morocco E H aaton is a precision tool grinder and instructor at the Army Air Base. Curundu, Canal Zone Lt nose Flood ls doing Physical Training work ln california He lB shipping out soon lllllam H eoodman Y lfc Bill has been on a number of South Pacific Islands Ee is now in the Phill ppines Pvt John H Goodner has been stationed on Saipan Island since June l944 He has seen action on both balpan and Tinian Be saw Bal Moore on Saipan and had e talk with him Pfc. Robert R. Heath jr. Bob hal been overseas since Oct. Be ls with the Seventh Army somewhere in Alsace. H9 was sworn into the army May l2, 1943. He received his basic tralnlng at Camp Msxey He married Miss Mildred Leveridge of Hazard, Kentucky on Feb 26, 1944 Mildred ls making her home with Bob's parents. Mr k Mrs Ray Heath, 620 Monroe st Stillwater Pvt Iinfrey D Houston is stationed at Kessler Field Miss He is an engineer gunner Winfrey enlisted Dec 1943 and was called to service lov 20, 1944 Melvin J Howard S Zfc spent eleven weeks ln the navy boot camp at Camp Waldron in Idaho He is new stationed at Alameda Calif and has been there for six months 2nd Lt edward noger Hull received his commission as a navigator at Monroe. La Dec 23, 1944 de is now assigned to B 17's and is waiting crew training at Lincoln leb He spent his leave at Christmas with his parents ln Stillwater Forrest B Humble. A P 0 . F580 p A T S seattle, Washington Forrest is a civilian He ls in the Almutlan Islands He is shipwrlght Marine Wood dork and Caolnet Shop Pvt James L Hughes Co B 81st Btn 15th Training Reg was inducted into the infantry and is taking specific training for reglmential clerks at Camp Fannin, Texas a ls with A T b foreman in Charge of Shop. Pile noom the South Pacific with the Marine First Division Major W bye' to Some of him ODS McCollom was saying 'good home friends last week you away out there may B60 of those days n D Ucbols s llc class 17 section C uunnlng hangs H A 3 Psncola Florida D expects to finish his course May lc Donald l Johnson went into tns Maritime service sept 17 lv43 H was stationed at shespsnead day wnera ns received :is DhBlL and advanced tralnlng ior deck In HBTCD 1944 ne began his work as a IOTCDBHE Marine which has taken him on trips to south America. England. Africa and aurope as soon as ne completes nls fourteen WOIDS sea duty he plans to enter an officer's training school Glen B Johnson entered Maritime service 1 Oct lv44 He too nas been stationed at oheepshsad Bay BTOOll4h New York He has completed DOID his 3 Q I . I C . . . . l . ' 0 . I O . e - - - I nd ' . . '. I U . J. D. Mott E. A. lfc. J. D. is in I Y . , a ' - , I - t 0 ll I 1 i , ' 0 0 ' I . Y I l I h. . K . Il' O ' ' . , . e , N 0 . - . - 1 . C " I e i . LA . . 4 . . . , . I . -6 N D8B1C BDC advanced 3281111118 IO1' GBCK, and now awaits assignment to a ship as a Merchant Marine A B Seaman Melvin T lance has recently signed on ship for his third trip across the Pacific The first trip was to Australia and New Guinea The second trip across was to the Marshall Islands, and YDIOUQD the Panama Canal several times Cpl Helter H Penquite 'Welt' is in a hospital somewhere in England with a severe case of trench foot He has seen action in France and Germany since leaving the United States in Oct arnest L Proctor KM 5 c arnie Joined the navy in March of ls4z de went to boot camp in Farragut, Idaho and went to a radio school in Idaho He has been at sea most of the ti e since then and he was ln the battle of the Philippines last lov Delbert V Rains S llc E M. Debe Joined the Navy in 1946. and went UDIOURD boot camp at San Diego I l944. he went overseas and is now in the Marshalls His only injury nee been a broken ankle the result of being thrown from a jeep crover Lee nains S l c Grover stationed at Beltsville Auxiliary Air Base in Calif His duties are servicing the air planes SSD lndlrs R D Richards, 1108 Taylor, Wichita Falls, Tex are the parents of an 8lb son, dobert Manor born llov 8inW1chita Mrs Richards is the former Margaret Manor Sgt Gerald B Robertson 'Sonny left the States in Aug 1944 and arrived in France early in Sept H was wounded in action in Holland and spent Christmas in a Paris hospital while waiting to be flown to 3581533 Chester e nose Y Sfc USI Cuester has been overseas and has been sta tioned on an island in the Pacific for sixteen months He has been very busy with his part of the work at that station He hasn't seen BUY one lately from home Be says he would enjoy some snow since the weather ls the same the year around Sgt Lester B Hose is stationed some where in France Be likes it much better than he did on the islands He had made s sight see ing trip to Home He and the other soldiers enjoyed their Chfiltll other than eating turkey by 81YiU8 small gifts to the French children and making them happy He D88 never found anyone from home in all his thirty two months overseas '64 8 llc James D Smith Joined the Navy in Jan 1944 and received boot train ing and went to Torpedo school in San Diego He left the States in Sept for the South Pacific where he repairs PT boats Jimmy Sturgcn is just starting his career Be is 11 Co A at Camp Maxay B V eturgon is an aviation cadet but he gets his wings and a new rank March 42 He is a bombegator located at Carlsbad New Mexico let Lt Charles I Shelton is a navigator in the Air Force After completing training, he went overseas in May 19LL, and completed fifty mission: in seven months time H was based in Italy and participated in bombing Germany and the Balkan countries, also the D-Day invasion of Southern France He was presented several medals He arrived beck in the States the early part of Dec and he was re-assigned to the Central School of Instructors at Ellington Field, Houston, Texas Pvt Archie C Thomas is stationed at Camp Robinson. Ark He does office work and handles courtmarshal material James Selby Thomason is now stationed ae an apprentice seamen at the creat 1944 Pfc Harrison Van 310119 enlisted in the Army Air Corp in Dec 1942 was taken through a comprehensive training in Liberatcrs that quallfred him for active combat duty ne went overseas in April 1944 and received the Presldental Citation LH June lv44 He is now stationed somewhere in England Sgt Jerald Wayne Walker enlisted in the Marines Sept 1940 He was in the South Pacific thirty three months He is now stationed in San Francisco after spending a furlough at home in Oct Mayne likes his work and plans to make it his l1fe's work Sgt Ted ialker is with Uncle Sam's Army He enlisted July 20, lads and went overseas Dec ll 1942 Sp 3 c James E weaver is stat1oned with the United States Coast guard Cpl Tom R leaver is awaiting re assignment for overseas duty Pfc Homer V Meeks was inducted in June 1943. and trained with the ASTP in Syracuse until that service was discontinued de was then shipped to England with the Infrantry .. . V X. Q-. I pq . 8 0 I n n . n ' ' ' I . is - Lakes. He was inducted on Oct. 27. . - ' . . Be J I . . e . . . . . 1 . 1- ' . a. l li First Row: Gene Baird, Carroll Leonard, Robert Childress, Pat Cawley, Iames Martin, Glen Iohnson, Pete Tourtellotte, Donald Iohnson, George Hardin, Bobby Anderson, Bill Lothers, Everett Lovell, lack Scanlon, Iohnny Curran. Second Row: Wayne Flesncr, Frances Peaden, Erma jenkins, Leslie Terpening, Eugene Ingram, Louis Iardot, Hi Staten, Dick Heath, Lloyd Iones, Don Wright, Stanley Blinks, Lawrence johnson. Third Row: Billy Ann Hesscr, Eudean Emery, Katheryn Gates, Ruby Mae Stratton, Lorene Rader, Marybelle Wortman, Norma Wilson, Bennie Gravette, Ramon Elledge, Harold Campbell, Bill Kyme, Donald Ienkins, Roger Clubb, Ray Young. Fourth Row: David Blair, N. D. Ware, Elizabeth Angerer, Iuanita Brown, Rosanne Thomas, Eileen Bilyeu, Marjorie Lou Adams, Evelyn Sinclair, Barbara Gallagher, Patsy Pcnquite, Barbara Garris, Louis Smith, Marian lrene DeMoss. Fifth Row: Charlie Denny, Ray Bigler, Lola McCurry, Miss Gladys Huffine, Eleanor Bardsley, Fern Myers, Mary lean Miller, Donalee Kcesling, Naoma Iean McCammon, Miss Gertrude Burns. Sixth Row: Norman Howerlon, I. W. Emde, Addie Davis, Marilyn Potts, Emily Patterson, Helen Scherer, Marie Hughes, Betty lean Manning, Dorothy Lee Bums, Mary Ann Standing, Dorothy Nell Hankel, Icme Marie Norman, Marcellette McLain, Doris Lee Houck, Louise Crosnoe, Elizabeth Stevens, lean Marie Simcoe. 'wee Seventh Seniors First Row: Harvey Graves, lack Robinson, Dean Kirkpatrick, Norville Hesser, I. W. Sitton, Willie Storey, Lou Alice Smith, Doris Epperly, Helen Randolph, Carol Iean Vanderwort. Second Row: Iimmie Perky, Freddie Salmons, Tommy Reynolds, Billy Kay Stevens, Ruth Cherry, luanita Leach, Mary Lou Malloy, Frances Williams, Holleen Hartpence, Mary Lee Bilyeu, Shirley Gaines. Third Row: Iean Gregory, Lucille Nelson, Helen Tinker, james Hill, Iames Rader, Derrill Wise, Iimmie Peigh, Edward Mott, Bob Orr, Charles Moore. Fourth Row: Anita Io Hatfield, Aline Cooke, Wanda Simmons, Bill Ward, Albert Scott, Selby Thomason, R. B. Howard, Ray Flick, Alfred Leach, Grover Lee Rains, Lula Maxey, Anna Louise Maxey, Imogene Smith, Ruth Redburn, Lois Spurgin, Harvey Curd, Eugene Smith, lack Harrall, Robert McVay, Gordon Greenfield. Fifth Row: Virtes Pullin, Dick McGivern, Telford Blair, Eugene Roberts, Rex Mossler, Billy Miller, Bobby Ferguson, Harry Thomas, lames Leighton, Alvin Webb. 1 13 t Don Johnson reclines to engoy his lJ.S. magazine, Mary Elizabeth is quite bored with her typing lesson. Sandra Uzzell poses in her Pioneer queen cape. NVorktng hard, Pat? Time out for a chat. Mary watches while Keith shines Dolton's shoes. Mr. Kelso carefully watches the traffic for speeders. Allen Thomas winks while the projector flickers its own images. Mr. Wedts carefully contemplates the altitude of the flag pole. llowene, Billie K, and Olhtfl enjoy the warmth of a sunshiny day. .Gif 513- i Q - vwtf aura Awww sy., Q-'gtg' , rig ,Z 981 ' 'Riko- C. SE 1 , Ita-.ef 1 r' " H- - I" 1-Nav sl' , -, I i - Pat Schatz poses in the apparel of an Alaskan Eskimo. 12. Apparently, Bill Enlow has just sent an amusing telegram. Mr. Coca-nnouer relaxes with the companionship ol his familiar cane. Rose and Pat were enjoying a "chummy" conversa- tion until Rose saw the photographer. Which are you more interested in,--l, the camera or the proiector? joan Hard seems to be rather disgusted with someone. Q 1 if iff 'ifiliffgg 4?- ' 'ei' '1 2 was Z., 1-l.E1,f' , f, " " .225 4M V I 4 YK VM I- X' IZ 1 121 , 4 ,, ,,... wwxii, Qwygig ff 6 Jn I .. iw Q.. ,...5., ul ' 1 wafffiqgggw QQHWAW Dt 9M .1 Q My , ,. ,a'?i Qxasif Sq 5 I , f I if 4,1 ,W 5 " 7 fm My My ,, ' ,Mf,, Stzllwater Ql1apter,QY't1e'r of'Qeef7XColay The movement of DeMolay was founded m 1919 by Frank S Land nn Kansas Cxty Mnssourn It started wnth a group of mne hxgh school boys To- day more than a mxllnon and a half young men have passed through the portals of DeMolay and knelt at nts al tar The entxre mternatxonal orgamza txon of the Order IS umfled and gov erned by a group of outstandmg Masons known as the Grand Councll of the Order of DeMolay Its executive offlces are located m Kansas Clty Mxssoun DeMolay rs sponsored by recognnzed Masomc bodxes Masonxc bodxes spon sor DeMolay yust as churches and clubs sponsor the Boy Scouts Thxs sponsor shxp enables DeMolay chapters to have dependable consecrated leadership and the use of Masonxc buxldmgs to house thelr actnvrtxes To become a full fledged DeMolay a boy passes through two degrees 'Ihe Imtlator Degree IS one of great solem secratlon an whlch the boy dedxcates hnmself to unfaltenng love of God Home and Country It IS as though he were partlcxpatmg ln a memorable re llgl0US ceremony He wnll be entranced by nts beauty and nf he IS a normal fellow he wnll feel that a new force has come mto has lxfe The DeMolay Degree IS one of dra matlc mtensxty and depxcts the great lesson of fldelxty It IS much ltke gomg to a theatre and wrtnesslng a thrlllmg drama The purpose of DeMolay IS the teach mg of clean and upn ht lrvmg by m culcatmg and practxcmg the vnrtues of comradshrp reverence love of parents patnotxsm courtesy cleanness and fx delnty Its supreme effort IS to create leaders and develop character DeMo- lays constant slogan IS No DeMolay shall fall as a cxtlzen as a leader or as a man DeMolay places specxal emphasxs on love of God love of Home and love of Countrv lt does not attempt to take the place of the home or the church but rather to supplement them The local chapter meets every Thurs day evemng at 7 30 oclock We have 86 active local members whose ages range from fourteen to twenty-one We carry on our own meetmgs and have our own degree teams Off1cers are elected every four months We have fwe elected offxcers and seventeen of fxcers appomted by the three councxlors For entertannment before and after meetmgs our recreatlon room IS equxp ped w1th cards checkers chess pmg pong and a snooker table It rs the duty of the Iunlor Councllor to plan enter talnment for the orgamzatlon Around the mlddle of December of each year we have our annual Sweet heart Ball We precede thrs wxth a con test nn whrch we elect a chapter sweet heart Thls contest IS one of our mam events of the year It usually starts ln the latter part of September and lasts untll a week before the Ball Our elec t1on ns done entnrely by po1nts Polnts on degree teams new members etc The Master Councllor crowns the lucky glrl durmg the Ball Another event wh1ch DeMolays look forward to IS the Father and Son Ban quet ln early March Thns IS the one txme we show our dads that we appre crate what they have done for us For our sports we have a softball team and boxmg Thus gxves the fellows a chance to show thelr sportsmanshlp We DeMolays attend church ln a body once every two months By takmg turns all churches are attended mstead of showxng preference to one For DeMolays who have been a mem ber for one year there IS the Represen tatxve DeMolay Degree Every DeMo- lay cannot get thxs degree but everyone can try We have about 130 DeMolays 1n the armed services They are scattered on all battle flelds and rn tralnmg camps m the Umted States gettlng prepared tor thexr turn m the battle lme Several of our boys have already paid the su preme sacrlflce o , D- ' - 8 . u , . . z , . ,. . . , c - . . , D I . , . . . - 4 ' I ' . 9 9 n ' . , .- 7 ' A ' I U . ' , - , . . - . y . . . . ' l . I D I . DIIY and dignity'-I II 15 3 SCYVICC of COD' are grven for attendance, particlpatnon l 1 U Q , I , . 7 9 ' . , .S . , , . D . . I 9 a Q , . - 9 9 ' . ' 1 Y ' Ll ' . . 'I . . 9 3 I f 77 ' ' Q . . . . l . , 9 7 7 . ' V iq, ' I 'lu ' gi .I O Q gg, w ' i f 4? 'fn 1 3. 2 U ' 2. ul ,Wx 4 Q54 Q , a -xg! Yr bi gl 334, fl if 1 5 ' f ,- Q vs 4. QI pa ax X f 4: viii: 'iii -.Y ,A-1' Z x ,fl I 1 su: fConunued from Pay, 581 M Kxllmgsworth to have a few of hrs freckles I W Emde takes hls affectlon for the name Betty wlth hxm Mary Elnzabeth Stevens semor treas urer leaves an empty purse to the next semor treasurer Allen Thomas and Inm Valder leave thelr abxlxty to have thexr lessons ready to Hoover Pusher and Dxck Brown Fred Barrett and Harvey Curd will Donald Nance and Kelth Cottonglm thenr boots George Hardin wllls hrs goat Sammy and Benny Fugate I R Hart Ann Cunnmgham Geral dmc Hartman Gene Balrd and Charles Iohnson are glad to move up and let the Iumors have thelr favorxte classes Lawrence ohnson and Helen Scherer wxll the1r rnterest ln photogra phy to Bettxe Hargrove and Dolton Rogers Pat Schatz wxlls her unusual cookmg recnpes to Ioan Hull and Iean Ward Iohn Iewett and Harry Iones are glad they fmxshed a year early lt could have been the other way Tommy Revnolds Carroll Leonard and Bxll Kyme leave thexr attendance record to Allan Crady and Franklm Donnell Iames Martm IS glad hrs speech days are over and leaves them for Phyllls Murphy and Norma Overholt Robert Lynch and Marlon McLaugh lm just leave Iack Payton and Iack Peery hope ack Shelton and Bob Wh1te see more stop sxgns than they dld I W Sutton Freddre Trompler and Ray Young leave not havmg a trouble m the semor year To those who have joxned the Armed Servnces we send our regrets but we hope you are havmg a fme tnme Sngned and sealed thns fxrst day of March 1945 SENIOR CLASS .dggv ' I - , . . 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