Stillwater High School - Pioneer Yearbook (Stillwater, OK)

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xx X e Foztrth ffftate Trefentf The Pmneer 1949 Stillwater High School Stillwater, Uhlahoma -0- 4- -l-- O XT .f ... 211 ffrf , ,.,. ,, H s I Q 'B ..4.,.J - Fl" Q t, XI 113 -1 H 1 Q Q : Q 1 I E l. .f IOE E. TIMKEN ln flledication., To Mr. Timken, a man who has already won the love and the admiration of all the students and faculty of Stillwater High School: His friendly attitude and his ability to council with others will long be remembered by the classes of 1949. R. P. -The Staff "'I :erm 'S i. xx gs 5 W i N RTH HIG SOUTH HIGH Y--A. I TTM1 N ' .A T4 yi V. 3 5 - "i.'- 3."iS1 3x1!-'Avwfil ' "J, .9 "Q, fb-T ' J wh -A fLN!'7f'+::f! ' 0 Q .N i igiyizimgsvil 6 . 3' 'Ox . flaw!-..:9' M . , sw . ms 5.7 , - 5,g.,'iU - .y an ' 51 T w. . 1 ' I IN .3 Us ' -. I X43 I f fzrffifqgi C.- '.I,v ,I 5 ,gkyflfq -ff -4. - I - z f fk'fff?2.:f.,1 fig'-'EIA3 V I ,- I. 1 -4 J -W 4- -uw . I I -' ,vm ,, -fQ,"f','l,', ff 'Q' .."-.K - 'X ,M ' v5:+qr F -lkgf J, f, 'fi-f ' , , N ,. ,..w . -, . -,If I fn 4 -. 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Q .Ji-' av' INEL KEYS Edztor To be known by thme own works 15 merltonous Mrs. Scvcrson, Raymond Lcscgiult, Norma VVimtc:r1l, Dot Rodgers, Carolyn Young, Robert Elliott, and Georgia Hunt. Tioneer Sponsor and Staff at 'work vi' if ibyx MARILYN YORK CAROLYN YOUNG GEORGIA HUNT Associate Editor Circulation Manager Business Manager fpioneer Staff in t 4,1 -4-A 1 1' X had E ' ' J qs if 143' . XI Q t . .i Raymond Lescault Bob Church Glen Yandell Dorothy Rodgers Wayne Deck Senior Editor junior Editor Sophomore and lfrcslun.in lirlilor C1355 Editor Baskctbull litliwr 1 se I Z io .I ,,., Y s f ff ,hx G5 ., 2 vs A' 1 Chi. 'vu' ' L 1 .Aa . , -C f 1 J.: 294 . fir xv' A . Jimmie Cantrell Robert Elliott Bob Potts Norma Iean Easter loann Frank Kodak Editor Feature Editor Vocail Music Editor Instrumental Music Editor xflun-niszr.itiun Ftliv r V . ., .. ,... .. 1 H . V b A' ' 7 ii xiii: . , A , J' Bobby Toe Rummcr E 'A K' , Baseball Editor 5 "5 ' 'i -Z - A 4 Charles Adams Q ,4 9 ' ' M 64 Football Editor 1' . V " N 4 Us l' I f J 3 1 J - - Troy Anderson 4 4 , ' Wrestling Editor at A t 1 if s so a 1 A I. is wx if 5' cflssociate Editors Wayne Deck, Bobby Ioe Ruminer, Bob Church, Charles Adams, Marilyn York, Troy Anderson, Norma Easter, Carolyn Young, Bob Potts, Glen Yandell, limmie Cantrell, Ioann Frank, .and Inez Keys. QBOOXCI oI VERNON 9 I' ARK PICSIKILHI "x SMITH RICH LXRDSONI C I' DONIART CFORCI DOLLINIGER Vue Pruldcnt bcurctarg. 'I rcaaurcr un, CECIL IONES RERMIT INGI-IAM BILL BERNHARDT II I ,Q A N 5- f W I . 5 ,D Q- c' --O .-L 0' 'NY Qihw- if!! l9"Qguw-nu... R R RUQSFIL .Superzntendfnt Thns 1S the happlest of mortals for he IS above evcrythmg he possesses IOE E. TIMKEN Principal This man is a miser for he saves all the friends he makes Ldn .nd I kmcml so woo s lwsnlle linker Rohn. Biggs ,auf .wg -ana, 'vi.1u..rn Bmw ne lclnn Bry an Blbllc ll Lnerzxrure knplnsh Lum Spnnnsh ILO Sponsor lrcshmmn Sponsor wwf .4-1 Ralph Hamllton Fdrth Holley Arhlru. Dnrcuor Library P-oorlull Brskerlull Sophomore Sponsor lcncrul Sucmc r lllgh l s rllull lnrl lo ll lonh lhph Snhool Baseball lrcshmnn Sponsor N S Hopkms Dun of Boys 'S X Geometry Sophomore Sponsor lack Lmthxcum Xl Speech Problems of Democracy Debate Acuvxry Dxrector Senior Sponsor hcl Markwell N American Hnsrory Slurien! Councxl Sponsor junior Sponsor Russe mn xol0I!Y Usual Fducnuon Chairman Sophomore Sponsor Florence Severson Wxllard Shlnglcton Carl Tnlley 1 A B S A B BSN English Iournahsm Industrial Arts Math Dnver Education Pxoneezr Sponsor Semor Sponsor Sophomore Sponsor jumor Sponsor Home Economues Future Ivcxn of I xrls lflomrmukgrs Sponsor Fnplxsh Irrrxlxrnm Sponsor Isururc Tcnhcrs Sponsor Glxdys Huffme Fnplxsh Sure Honor Soucry Sponsor rnshnnn Sponsor Sr-mor Sponsor amor chool fl S y :E k ,K y. 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Harry Wheeler M lnsrrumrnml Vusrc G O Wrlks X Oklahoma Hrslory Crucs Freshman Sponsor emor lass Cgfzstory As the txme for graduatlon Qhappy dayll nears the relgn of the semor class of 1049 rap1dly draws to a close At thxs tlme we pause to thxnk back over many happy years years of accompllshments and growth We remember our flrst day of school How proud and expectant we were when thxs b1g day fmally arr1ved How ever ll wasn t so much fun as we thought xt would be because we came xnto contact wlth somethlng vvlth whlch we were not too famlhar work After the fxrst shock wore off we all began to emoy school laortv-e1 ht of our classmates started here and have spent 1ll I vears htrt III the Stlllw ater system They are Iack Al dcrson Bob C hurt h Btttv Mac Husltr Phyllls Sharpton Bessle Kennedy MIT, Verla Payne Cw emth Kerns Ioan Hag ars Nancy Mannmg Frank W Allen Darrell Mott Ioan Cxlbert Iane Weav er Iean Walsh B111 Sloan Bernadlne Moe Nance Frye Mary Frances Pay ton Shlrley Whxte Vema Iean Scheuer mann Illa Mae Flesner Bull Snmcoe Robert Barnes Iean Hagers Davxd Swank Iack Lothers Cene Perkms Cllfford Bllveu Peggy Scheuermann Bull Swlm Maryorle Orr Dorothy S1n clalr Fred Mohler P3l.1l1I1C Lovell OW en Harned Ir Iamce McClendon Bob Potts Nancy Craft Bob Meyer Marqar et Cross Iuamta Craft Bob Bollmgcr Iacque Kxng Frank Dotter Robert Smlth Leah Ward VIFQIHIH HIQUIHS and T oretta Kathleen Colbert Back ln IQ4Z the real thr1ll came We graduated from the grades and enrolled IH hugh school Now we could realwe our llfetnme ambltlon We thought that we would have someone looking up to us and we dld the grade school knds but the bug luds the eighth nmth and tenth graders-deflated our egoes by treatmg us as lf we were chlldren 16 But soon we reached our lunror year and many lmportant events We pre sented a jumor play that was well re cexved and we flnanced and sponsored the yumor semor banquet and prom Thxs Gave us a gllmpse of what would be expected of us as semors Nxneteen of the semors thls year have parents who also graduated from St1ll water Hlgh School The students and thexr parents are Io Ann Knlght and her father W1ll1am K Knlght Gwen 1th Kerns and her father L G Kerns Frank VV Allen and h1s mother Lucxlle Grady Buel McElroy Ir and h1s par ents Buel McElroy Sr and Gertrude L Smlth Ioan Gllbert and her parents Harvey Gllbert and Helen Hall Ieah Ward and her mother Velma Cable Iacque Kung and her mother Mary Flva Smart Mary Duck and her parents I E Duck and Loretta May Eyler Betty Human and her mother Sarah Certrude Baradley Fred Mohler and hls mother W1lma Iune Flsher Saralee Flsher and her mother Ruth Carr Cleverdon Glen Bays and h1s mother Myrtle Stangner Bob Bolhnger and hxs mother Sue Campbell Iuamta and Nancy Craft and their parents Martln Craft and Leona May Trxplett Ioan Moore and her mother Ruth Al hrlght Margaret Cross and her mother Fern Hamtlton and Betty Ann Sump ter and her mother Cleo Evans Delford Sloan Carohna Frank Blll Canfleld La Verne Houston and Davld Swank plan to go out of town to college whlle 102 ofthe graduatmg semors will attend good ole O A M C Wnth dlplomas 1n our hands and ex pectatlon IH our hearts we the semors of 4Q leave a never to be forgotten part of our lxves wlth dear ole Stlllwater Hxgh . . , 1 - Y ' . . - . . 7 Y . 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Robert Potts V Richard Pittengcr Mary Verla Payne was Mary Frances Payton QA! ...-94 , ,- av -"-' if I R. B. Proctor Bill Reed Eunice Robbins Bob Roberts Dol Rodgers Bobby Ioe Rumincr ' , J, ff' ,a-a fda Iimmie Rogers 'I' qffml Dorothy lean Sinclair Y 4" rf' Martin Schmidt ' haf -cr! Phyllis Sharpton Elsie Io Shults 5? fd' wx 'CD 'vt"'f Bill Simcoe Vema lean Scheuermann Peggy Scheuermann Bill Sloan Betty Lee Stevens Delford Sloan Betty Ann Sumpter LeRoy Smith tr" of if .-v"'? 'War ,4- ft aff rms-Hx lf' 3 eel' 1 vs... F35 J ,Nbwf Q t - S El' Ralph Young Twila Gaye Zuek enior Glass will CContinued from Page zzj pleasing ways to go to jerry jones and insists that he use them every day. jimmie Rogers wills his position as water boy on the football team to Gene Randolph. Ann Heffner bequeaths her position as President of National Honor Society to any junior who can quality. Elsie jo Shultz wants Rachel Palmer to have her place in glee club next year. Betty Human leaves her typing ability to liula Bea Miller. Thelma Temple and Betty Ann Sumpter just leave, and hope Zola Mae liidd and Geraldine Lewis will get on the ball so they can do likewise next year. joan Hagers, lean Hagers, Gwenith Kerns and Marilyn Hewlett leave Mr. Wheeler without flag bearers. Bill Reed "the well dressed kidi' will share his swanky clothes with Baker Bokorney. Darrell Mott gives his football helmet to lim Sutton and his basketball suit to Betty Lee Smith. Dick Tourtellotte wants his dancing ability to go to joseph Simon. Owen llarned and Conrad Looka- baugh leave hope for a quieter school next year. Mary "Hank" Payton wills her atten- dance record to Ioye McDole. Bob Potts leaves, wishing L. A. G. were leaving with him. lean Scheuermann leaves her tongue- twisting name to Ruth Brown. Raymond Lescault wants his drawing ability to go to Oneta Geller and Ioan Adams. Lee Snider leaves Coach Hamilton with a slightly battered football uni- form. Bill Lewis is willing for Ioe Winsler to have his favorite saying, "Stone walls do not a prison make." Daryl Hallman leaves a certain sopho- more broken-hearted. Larson Keso gives his fine tenor voice to Charles Adams. Mary Duck and Zelma Dryden leave their quiet ways to Byron Hallenbeck, and Linda Lu Leachman. Berta Io Crabs leaves Mr. Hopkins without someone to grade his papers. Nita Brown and Shirley White take the color out of SHS when they leave. George Givens, Iohn Dryden, Bill Keith, and LeRoy Smith leave to milk the cows and feed the pigs. Beverly VVoolworth bequeaths her driving ability to Dorma Lee Iacobs. lean Holley thinks her quiet, shy ways will suit Ioan Frank. Bill Sloan wills his all-around ability to Dennis Peeples. Iacque King gives her piano books to Betty Stancoff. Andy Briscoe leaves the wrestling team with only his brother, Eddy to car- ry on. Martin Schmidt leaves his band uni- form and instrument to Bill Easton. Deloris Linthicum goes hand in hand with another senior. Richard Pittenger leaves his curling iron to Lloyd Harnden. Pat Mooney wills his tight blue jeans to I. D. Garrett. qtiontinuctl on Page 35D 39 enzor Glass ommittees PANEL Anna Hargrove Shirley White A 'N we .- Y 1 is A Y 53' B s in 40 3 Y S SLK I. av N A fa? YL, '33 A' ff' lik .,,,, www i . E CLASS NIGHT Gwenith Kerns David Swank 1 MEMORIAL Frances Low lane Weaver BACCALAUREATE Ioan I-Lager DECORATIONS CLASS PICNIC Nance Frye Maralyn Orgam Ralph Young Everett Brett :J get 5 1 ,?q5 A', -1. V 5 ' A 1 J I ' I fr W 1 A M., ,,,, .. n .-gg.-4-,M 1 when We 'ZQJQTQ quniors tEdg od M y t on a junior-senior banquet and prom a cwo , a oflncl a qunior Glass 'Play v 1 Ioan Gilbert, Miss Bass, Shirley johnson, Bernadine Moe, Nita Brown, Ioyce Hesscr, Frances Foshec, Sara Belle Beck, Pat Hays, Betty Lee Stevens, lane Francis, luanita Preston and Ioanna Glaser. fP1'ocluction., Staff Dlfectof -.,.. ...... ......,...................-......-..- ..... ......--.-.-.,-.. .... .... Lawrence Cfablc Student Director .-.- ........ Prom pters ........ S- .... -.. - .......... - ...... Ioan Gilbert Nita Brown and Bernadine Moe Publicity ..,.,..,................,........,... - ,............. --..- ......,.. ...........,,........ Sara Beck Tickets ....... ..-.---....---..- .,... -.-..-..-.--. Emma Fae Brock Costumes ..,... .. ...... ..--....----.-- -.----. Ioan Hagers and Ushers Ioanna Glaser Iuanita Preston Shirley Iohnson Gwenith Kerns Iean Holley lack Alderson Glenn Elliott Ioyce Hesser Mary Payton Marjorie Orr Sara Beck Frances Low Pat Hays Pauline Lovell Maralyn Orgain MUSIC .--- ...... ............ - --.- ....... ..--.--. ...... Stillwater High School Orchestra 32 PEGGY TAYLOR C qunior glass Qyalty wi" X HARVEY THURMAN C 33 EDDIE BRISCOE Prcsxdcnt 'Iumor Glass Q zcers EDISON TINGLEY PAT SCI-IERER Vxce Presxdent Secretary if if 'I 34 !""' ONETA HARRIS Treasurer Y' . I . 'f'l,uq T .4 f' K . Q z 1 ,H ' ' oi ' ' X ' X I 5' ' - 2 . 13,31 f ' if ' , , M f Q . ' , , N? , 1 . X' L ' T , - K 1 ,ju ... - K A K i 1, f 6 lt 'ff CHAIRMEN CLASS RINGS Richard Willhum PLACE CARDS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS Doris Humphrey DECORATIONS Lloyd Harnden ENTERTAINMENT Martha Bauman PROM CHAIRMAN Iohn Brooks MENU Geraldine Lewis COMMITTEE MEMBERS Cheri DuPree Richard Willliam Marilyn York, lane I-Iacklcman Mary Ward Doris Humphrey Ioetta Bennett Lloyd Hamden Sylvia Brakcbill Martha Bauman Harvey Thurman Barbara Arnold Berry Douglas Iohn Brooks Geraldine Lewis Rachel Palmer Vera Faye Tomlinson 3 25-fr l X' '1s4..v4 73' W 'lzmzov Llczw 61117111117 111 111 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 1111111 1 1 1 111 1 1s1J11 111 1 1111 1111111 1 1 L1 51111s1111 N11ss N 1111111 18 11'1lNll LN 13111 rmgg 11611 s11111111 11111111 511 11111 1 111 11111 s11p11111111111s 11111 111 L19 5111111 0 1 1111s 111 1 111 1 1 1 1111 7111 NLL 111111 111 1 11 FI 1 1 1 11111111 10111 1111 10 111 11111111111 1111 1111 1 1111 , 511111111 1 111 scmor 11:1n11u11 11111 11111111 1111 1,111111g111p11s - . fa ,, ., , 111 1.711111 1 'xC1L'1'11'11 11111 111111111 111151 1111 111115 s111111S1111 1111- Xliss 11111119 111'11'1'1s. 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Cx war" 'nik GENE COWAN President ophomore Glass Q zcers RONNIE BENNTHIT CAROL YORK BOB NILES Vxce Prcsxdent Secretary Treasurer -ear, -Us fs ix?- is Qu- 'CS' Q--1 42 Sally Atwell Wayne Anderson Doris Anglin Mark Atkinson john Anderson Marvin Bays Iuanita Belknap Betty Benjamin Carl Berry Barbara Bilyeu jean Burk Sam Burch Francis Brown Louise Carpenter Marrilee Carpenter Rilla lean Carlisle Kenneth Casey Nlorma lean Collyar Bettye Coe Robert Coats Charles Carroll Vivian lean Curtis Shirley Crenshaw Dorris Cullers Alice Curtis Patsy Copeland Helen Denny Mike Donahoo Marilyn Drumm lo Ann Dryden Ruth Dyer Iulia lean Earley Dororhy Easter Pat Edwards Audry Ann Elledge Lclloy Manning jcrrcllcnc Manny Roger Marlow Marjorie Mcliinzic Barbara Means Peggy Melton Marvin Miracle Bobbie Montgomery Bette Marcille Morris Mike Morrison listhcr Niles l,ois Oldfield Nancy Pitts lim Pearson Mollyann Platt Kcnncth Payne Dcloria Pike Dale Ross Wclilon Sadler Helen Schafers William Schnfers Darlene Schmidt Mary lane Shockey Dolores Stone Winsell Sloan Suzanne Smith Alana Smith Bob Smith Earleen Shipman Barbara Stepp Roger Stich Robert Sloan Betty Taylor Faunetta Thomason Betty Catherine Thompson -I" Dick Walters Betty XYilli.xnis T Dean Williamson Barbara Woerz loycc Williamson V 5 v--"' Thelma Wilson Leo XVliitmore TT Iulia Wilson RQF' . XVeslcy NYoolworth ,Sophomore Glass Galenclar We graduated from south high May 22, 1947, and came to north high in September. Our officers were elected in October in the first class meeting. The officers were Gene Cowan, presi- dent, Ronnie Bennett, vice-president, Carol York, secretary, and Bob Niles, treasurer. 46 Mrs. liclith Holley, Carl Tilley, Rus- sell Martin, Miss Gladys Ingram, N. S. Hopkins, and Miss Faye McNVethy are our class sponsors. During our freshman year Verle Hel- sel was our presialenlg Kenneth Carlisle, vice-presidemg june Keuchennieister, secretary, and Neil Goble, treasurer. Darlene XVoolworth SLE TI Ilxh P 'T XX., Qfflreshman Glass Ryalty ft' fra BOB AIN DRE S P 'li -s i BILL SMITH Presxdcnt Cgfeshman., Qlass Qjjfzcers BOB ANDREWS MAURINE MCANULTY Vrce Prcsudent Secretary Treasurer 7x rv I . I f .94 'A 'r pr 'F g- T7 joyce Aldrich Beverly Kay Allen Ellis Earl Allinson Sue Autry Carol Don Baldwin john Stuart Butler Iiugene Barrett Gladys Mildred Bays Bobby Benjamin lheo Marie Bieberdorf james Newton llrridley Dewey H. Brett limmie Bullock Ruth Ann Burton Kenneth Lee Burrell Robert Costner Edith Marie Caldwell Clinton Caldwell Mary Ida Campbell Cynthia Lou Canfield Neil William Canning Richard Caudle Barbara Lou Caudill Don Chalk Anne Margaret Chrystal Stephen Church George Lee Cleveland Max Cope Rosalie Collier Carolyn Diggs Lucille Dalton Illa Grace Daugherty Edward David Dallon Annawyn DeBenning George Duckwzrll Logan Hargrove Billy Hawkins Markcyta Hladky Iamcs Haynes Richard Hicks Kcnclnll Patrick Hill l lay Hoke Pat Horton Tommy Hohbmclt Dzirrcll Haston Billy Holla joycc Ann Ingcrsol liolwcrl Owen Kcrns Nancy Ingham Ronald Bennett Kclch Wanda Iunc Keri Wginiln M.ic Kirc Llliurlcs Leon King llomilcc King Georgia Klicicn Carl Little Colin Longan Ruby Len Long Donald Fohtcr Low Marc Edmon Low Yvonne Lawson liiirl Lunsford Patricia Madison Icnnninc Mahoney liarlilcnc Marshall Tom McCollum William McMurtry Hardy C. McKaskle Virginia Lcc Miller Victor Lynn Marlow Clifford Smith Roy Thomas Snecd Zane Stites Lavcda Stites Iim Stephenson Raymond Swart Bernice Sumpter lilil red Lee Surbcr Gayle Marie Swim Ron Ray Sanders Marybelle Trent jimmy Tourtellotte Zelln Mae Tyler Erwin D. Tinker Sue Timken George Thompson Iackic Eugene Titus Tommy Tucker Iimmie Williams Paul Tarpey Dona VVyncll NVhilc Carolyn Whitney Douglas XVard Pansy VVhitC Tommy Waite G. A. Woolworth Peggy Williamson Wayne Wells Virginia Ruth Wise Phyllis lean Wiley Dorothy May Watkins Bob Easton U11s111111111. 11m 11111111 I7 L X 1 11111 LL 111111 N11 L II L1 XX lk 111 X lsx 111LLt' 1 1 71111 LI 1 1 1 1 11111 IFLN ss xc x 1 lf x N 111 K D X K X11 1 1 111 111 x11 C11r1 JL1111o1m1p111 . . . , O . 1 . 1 J, L ' C C . 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W1'l-111'w'1'1f1111111-1-ig11111 11111K '11 -, Hrs. 1,1111fN111Q1x1'.1111,111111 l'11 L11 111-. wc P.lI'1lC1I 1111-11 111 1 ' 1 f5'1oo1 1-11 I 11-r. fv X ' R 6 , - 54 emor Qlass Tahll Cont1nued from Page Iohn Paul Klmgstedt glVCS h1s bow t1e to Raymond Lunsford Nancy Manmng leaves to yom her future hubby on the1r homestead Bob Barnes goes to start bulldmg Ira Langley and Harry C tarhart want the1r pos1t1ons ln SHS as the ch1ef wo man haters to go to Everette Watk1ns and Harvey Thurman R B Proctor and Vernon Lake leave thelr ab1l1ty to be seen and not heard to B111 Carr Bernadme Moe Ioyce Hesser and Anna Hargrove want Pat Scherer Mar tha Bauman and Cher1 DuPree to have the1r great love for shorthand Rae Nell GIVCDS and Everett Brett leave the1r red ha1r to Ioyce H111 and C Walker XV11burn W1111amson leaves the semor class purse empty Ianell Cobb leaves her g1ft of gab to Betty Ham and Carmelxta T1nker Frank Sm1th wants DOYIS lean Sm1t to carry on h1s good name Bob Roberts w1th greatest reluctance glVCS h1s solld geometry book to Iohn Adams Ralph Young leaves a year early To Ronny Iones goes Ph1l VN 1ll1ams s track shoes Iamce Bergstrasser leaves her small VOICC to Mary Ieanette W1ley lack Alderson leaves h1s accent to Al bert Copley Mar1lyn Hevvlett bequeaths part her helght to Vera Faye Toml1nson Russell Brannon leaves h1s w1tty say lngs to Wayne Deck and hope they don t get h1m 1nto too much trouble Maryone Orr wishes to Wlll her roller skates to Betty Douglas Eumce Robb1ns gladly w1lls her os1 t1on 1n the Off1CC to C lor1a Rutter Frances Thompson MSFQOYIC Thomp CL ntmue 1 J son and In ogene Mayfleld hope that Arless Moser Dorothy Rlckstrew and Ann Staplty w1ll have as much fun ln SHS as they d1d Io Ann Kmght w1ll put shorthand to work Troy Anderson wants Pat H1vely and Ioe Bradley to have h1s car trouble une Marlow leaves the F F A w1th out a queen Betty Mae He1sler leaves her fr1end1y hello to Betty Io Drew Grace Kerntke and Nancy W1ll13mS go to become nurses Mary Payne leaves her last name to those tvvo fellovvs Mack and Bob Ila Mae I lesner th1nks part of her shy ness should go to Donald Trompler Frances Foshee leaves her good grades to Kathryn Fenton Glen amdell g1YCS h1s excuse for belng tardv to Vernon Phagan and Lu gene Peterman Iamce McClendon w1lls her fr1endly nature to Oneta Harrls Ida une M1ller goes to keep house and her good w1shf.s Pau11ne Lovell goes to among the O11 Brothers Norma Boyles leaves parkmg meters to Harry Inez lxevs leaves the w1thout an edrtor maybe Norma lean Easter can flll the yob B111 Svv1m ltaves vvlth h1s frltnds vv1sh they could stay longer Frank Dotter leaves h1s woodvv orkmg ablllly to B111 Kmg Glen Bays w1lls h1s IHXI SCYNICC to Wendell Sandlxn Maralyn Orgam leaves dear old SHS takmg Clcnn El11ott and half the stu dent counc1l s treasury w1th her Phyll1s Sharpton g1v es her lob at Mt Lellans to Mary Io Frudemann n Page 50 take her place her love for Thompson P1oneer staff 55 5 . V I ' 4 4 ' 29, , 1 Y ' 7 9 I I . . ' X .1 . . Y ' 1' . ' ll l, .. ' V 1 . 7 3 , , Y . A , , Q , , , . . n l Y Y F 7 "Y ' It V 'Y . . Y. . 7 f 1 Y 4 - ' . , I . W . h , . . ' I ' Y C - - - l -l and leaves Ruth Furgason a few recipes 7 I ' ' 9 ' KK ' W1 . ,, . , . t ,. ,, f , ' X . " Q 3 , .. - ' ,' , V V' ' ' . . . " ' ol ,' l . I V ' Y f' y 1 ' ' . 7 ' t. . . X , 7 . ' 1 H ' s - , . . . . . , . . 1 p . ' 3 D . , , - .- , ' . 4 .3 . 'o ' 1 1 1 JUXL 76 umm law 'ZQJIU nu Outh C ollu rt xxlll har suxmk 131 nmptx hindul wrm mf IINI In mom who In 1 L Ill DIUI owur M puhvrl 1 If II Txwlx funk xx mul zrolxn Yourw to Yi Kr 5 UIU K nr mlur num lx c we fx nnulx Sfmlnx Immun me 0111 XXh1rmon lm um u to L morgu Hum xx s Mrs Spurs flutogv upfls ' J . q 69 v Q . r . Mlm 'IXUCL1 Timm Vzlgn' :ij L '.i ' "Q -f-"g1l'lA- ' '. Hy to IUCIILI Hcnmll .mel HAHA- In-gm Nc 4 fg vw-ll wills his M0111-I .X ' 1 f. to QU I' ' ' gs thc lcrvc 0 driw it. Nancy :md Il1l1l1iILlC1'.lf.I lcavu to In-lp Bobby loc Rumim-r rides off on his xhv' lv I - "1 lx- l.1iry. mc . sc ' guru-ring , - 'gms Ik ','." ' 'L' ' .x " lu f ,Q l rirlf JIM Ulql. Lf: 4 " ' -1 -' J glg 1 1-nw. ', " 4 5 I 1' ' h C" 'Q log Q' ' SUN hu ' ' 11 L plum' :ls Inst oi thc Qc ' r 'l11sQ. 1,2 . Cgfonors and Qhaards U 'MQ NNE E PM 7 n1o0 S F' ' 2 LW 0 X f wmv' f oo I , X X. y --N X? QMA Y '49-J SHIRLEY FRIDAY and CLIFFORD BII YEU vsere PIONEER QUEEN and KING They were crowned at the Ploneer FIOIIC Novem ber I2 1948 by Blll Fash and Inez Keys : if bk -1 '5 " ms Y? ' xx ' N I J ., fy I , . -., 5' ll 3- 1- X ' , in 4? f N I Q , . 54 I , 1' 4 9 0 , ' 9 a - i ANIN HILFI' NER and RUTH ENIX. semors tred for the CROSS MAN AWARD They were judged on the basxs of cxuzenshxp person ahty 1ndustry yudgement common sense rclrabllxty mmauve co-opera txon leadershlp physical Vllallly and religious attltude U--, I CAROL GRINDSTAFF, senior, was crowned BAND QUFEN b IIM VANDEGRIFT, DRUM MAJOR, October 4, 1948 E -,Li xr, ' A 8 1, Ai Q 't .az 9 1 Ax, 9 9 1 u Q I f ' D ' GL 1 Z' N' - 6 . Q . L al! Pg' 1 6 . X an x ,XR , Q X1 , ! Q I . 4 -4555, b . . Q C7 BARBARA TRUMBLA, semor, was crowned FOOTBALL QUEEN at the homecommg football game, October 23, 1948, by co- captxons Wxlburn Wxllmmson and Darrell Mott Slug.: 5 i . , - , Q - I - 'iffff' . ' T fi' . T -if . . I . :il V . A A 'xg . I X 52 Ni: NORMA IEAN EASTER, a lumor, won the tryouts and was selec ted DRUM MAIORFTTI' m September sb I U Q D A .X 1 ,Y "j,ku'3L,- L. . 4 ,Wh 4- P K Q A I h T. ix, . ,V 2515? , i . - .ix , ,fl 1 tif' ' rx ,X K SQ- N--Q IUNE MARLOW semor was crowned FUTURE FARMERS OI' AMERICA QUEEN at the sprmg banquet m Apnl by Elvm Powers presndent 'R : V I . 4 9 9 a . l SUE RICHARDSON the flrst VK RILSTLING QUEEN IS a lumor She was selected by the VVICSIIIHB squad and crow ned by co L xpmu s lumps Wrlght and Andy BIISCOC .3 ,iff 1, 4"""f'Q'1 ' 'rx 4, '. "",v'1" W2 fm ' ,-- Q Nc! l'liXRlI'N MXIQRTYUN NHIRQ 5 Y XXH. H 1'gL'1g,gq 51,1515 Mu-E Lzkcl. iw SMA 'an HJXY !,lI,l'+lR1 KIINY' MXRNHKI' lkcmuz Nazis M,-1 Lzknl. mf spam 1-' Rr mini' RT 1101 'IS PLN! 1,L'iw:Z1.li2lY Q x KS.. a Y A -'1f7'Q" 5.:z':5jaE,"" 1 'X 2 X 4 x IIMMY XVRIKH IT YUM 1:4 Hurt All Rwumi Huy XYII.liL'RN XVll,I.!.XM5ON pow Maxam Box lfxgurv Vs! PIII. NIJ lux miss Q BL 634 wt .Nil Rullilcl Liar! 'U' Nqr 1. J "':,v-r.,.'-J A Q sm,-' Ny Vg Vi' Q ,-A P' Nr' YS' 'IF' -,1 -v x fl' ,X gf ' i mf .fx .Q ' A- '- m M f. 'f. .A fr, M, X wc, f:,' Q,'g-,D . ...... NIH. SIMCXUV ,H 1. ,., . Iv-lx w1iI1.I.L 1.n!L..X,!,xcN NLXRILYY YORK DIV? ' 7 C-Vi xxzlz .Hr l'zc'1t.L-:I I',Xl'i.IXI NRYIN Mm! yu Iiqnxinlmzf bczzmr K 7 nxwm Xu N1 iii XVHSCJINS I if nvfy MINI: 4 ',.,t-.f gi rf' x.. df 1, war' 54 Q il? " Mw1iU.11u1w1: 4'Sc':1n'f f K 'a 'Q' aww ',. my Q Q7 3 Q: x :' R ,I RWHKRIF XVIQEEIEN1 , 'I Nif-KT 25.5 It 1 I iq - g if .5 Q .4 ,-.W 51, '38 K Q , U Y YXYI' H.M'K?,I'M.XN we Q B.. 5'AUIll'll1 llmmwr I dia by last year s Student Councxl Presndent Kermlt Ingham CHRISTIA WHITE, a junior, was crowned MAY QUEEN in 1947 Goronation Exercises and .Scenes 1. The May Queen, Christia White. 2. The Pioneer King and Queen. 3..The re- freshment stand in full swing. 4. Dancing at the Pioneer Frolic. 5. Voting for the King and Queen. 6. Watching the fun. 69 Qm' Secretaries MRS. RUSSELL MRS. PERKINS 'PQ 1 if tb. , Ioyc McDole and Rachel Palmer take care of their duties as grceters in the lobby of the high school. -wrm K. N QQXCMSIC ffl vi " 53+ 0 N. oe X 54 M, AQ: V f T Q j 1 tl EMQQQQI2 D-7 P kj ' 0 0 o 2 5 of Lf . 'figwfffffi QQ Zi' ' I I f A I 0 ' I 2 fl ,P K 41 V B 5 6 I! HL 56130 0,5 I QQ' C5 4 7 .. . xl-A I Q 5 'yr IACQUE KING Accompanist, organist, and outstanding music student Girls' Quarters: Raynia loye Worrell K? Marilyn Hewlett Ilernacline Moe Shirley XVhite Girls' CGHO lean Hagcrs Patsy Copeland loan Hagers iBoy5' uarterw Charles Aclams 'Q Larson Keso .g 'VN' Bob Potts Everett Brctr e7YCixecl Quarterw Iohn Paul Klingstctlt Peggy Taylor Anna Hargrove Gene Marshall The small vocal ensembles are among the most popular groups in Stillwater High School. Each group rehearses several hours each week outside of school. An average of forty public appearances during the year is a normal schedule for each ensemble. mi D6 P3 gf' I me W. 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T. eu U E E Law onnc Lawson Marv Ianc Shockcy Darlene Woolwor h Thompson athcrinc yC Bett ETIIOT The wagon wheels of S H S Hue traveled many a road To brmp fame and fortune For many a student of old Some succeeded greatly and A few drdn t go very far Thls rs the story of who And what they really are I ll begm wrth a poor creature Who always ends up being, last Cyood ole Twyla C1aye 7uck Remember her from the past? Twvla s dolng very well Has a florlst shop all her own So has Shlrley Iohnson and Loretta C'1l CII So you see she s not alone Pat Moonev lS a Banker A job that s really rt And Pat IS faithful as can be course the bank IS short qurte a bxt Bob Potts 1 fmally a baker And the new look has defrmtely van xshcd Smce Ioan Grlbert started a new fad There s no lack of enbrneers wlth Capable lads lrke these to gct the job done Rxch 1rd Prttenger Harry C earhart lack Lothers B111 Swlm and Wllburn Wrlllamson The Yandell Publxshrnb Co rs thrrxmg Lnder the hand of C len and a capable sta Wlth Frances Thompson dorng the ad vertrsmg And Brll Reed prmtrng the draft Fred Mohler s booming vorce Is what makes hrm outstandmg on the radio And the head lrbrarxan ln the Lrbrary of Conbress Is none other than Frances Low la Verne Houston makes a successful model She s always the one wrthout the Tom CC nnnuel 4 lass 'Prophecy Ralph Young was recently proclalmed The best slnce lose I urbr Delford Sloan and Cflcnn Elllott are sound effect men After thelr experlence rn speech Norman Campbell and Daryl Hallman The subject of Ecology do teach As rn the days of hlbh school l1fe Drck Tourtellotte stlll shows off hrs torso wrth prxde And when you see lean Walsh comms you d better look out For she sttll drncs on the wrong srde The Dotters car 15 strll IH one p1ece No thanks to careful Frank There would probably be less damage lf he yust drove a tank Those three who have never parted Compamons collcaques and churms Thls trio Wlll always be together No m tter what ever comes loan Hager rs quxte an artlst And C wenlth Kerns rs a rrsmg young, drrector Has a company on the road The thrrd party IS strll around But after Wflllflg thls her face cant shown So we shall proceed and leave That delrcate subyect alone Our congratulations to a successful Former Student Cfene Becker Cene was voted the lNat1ons lNo 1 Champron pool player Glen Epperley 15 completely at a loss Wxthout farthful Iacque Klng Delores Lxnthrcum stlll tells her story Of how she got Crene Perkms Those engaged IH beauty culture are Peggy Scheuerman and Dorothy Sm c alr They ll palnt your nalls deep dark red Or even curl your hair If any of you students are ever S1Ck Iust call on Bernadme Moe For she s a nurse whose ln the know n Page IO, Y . 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Darrell Mott 3 year Ictterman Half-Back, Co-Captain Senior Clifford Bilyeu 3 year lelterman Full-Back, Captain Senior Glen Bays x year lcrtcrman Left-Guard Senior Bob Roberts r year lerterman Right-End Senior Lynn Webb I year letrerman Left-End Senior Conrad Lookabaugh I year Ietterman Left-End Senior Gene Donovon I yer letterman Center Iunior 9. leo Collyar Bill Fash Lee Snyder 3 yay term-man 2 year letterman 2 year letterman Left-Guard Right-End Left End senior Senior Senior Qgfistor The 1948 football team had a .500 average this season, winning five and losing five. The team ran from Coach Ralph Hamilton's old familiar single wing. The '48 season was highlighted by a home- coming parade and an assembly in honor of the coach. At the assembly Mayor L. E. Mc- Conkey presented Hamilton with a resolution passed by the city council naming the Pioneer athletic field Ralph Hamilton Field. He also received a wrist watch from the former foot- ball lettermen and a statue from the students and former students of Stillwater High School. This was presented by Chilton Swank. The statue bore this inscription: Presented to RALPH A. HAMILTON by students and former students of Stillwater High School in recognition of 25 years of successful service. B, R, Stubbs Amos Richards Harvey Thurman 2 yay leucfman 1 year letterman 2 year letrerman Blocking-Back Wing-Back Half-Back junior junior lunior l N WL Q as 4- XI' sf NA., fur- U- ff w-shaun N N! 31 'Lf x?,,4 L? Wilburn Williamson Charles Garrison Bill Sloan 1 year letterman 1 year lenerman 1 year letterman Left-Tackle Center Wing-Buck Senior Senior Senior Stillwater Stillwater Stillwater Stillwater Stillwater Stillwater Stillwater Stillwater Stillwater Stillwater Stillwater Stillwater Stillwater GCOT "A" Squad . - . . "B" Squad cl . . Bristow I9 . Ponca City 31 . Drumright I4 . . . Perry 0 . Chilocco 0 . . Classen 27 . Blackwell 6 . Guthrie 0 . Cushing 27 . . Shawnee I4 . . Pawnee I3 . . Pawnee I3 Sand Springs I3 Stillwater . . . . . . Sand Springs I3 Iunior High Stillwater . . . . . Drumright o Stillwater . Cushing o Stillwater . Edmond 0 Stillwater . Fairfax 0 Stillwater . . . . Fairfax o Bill Carr Raymond Lunsford Iolm Monk I year letterman 1 year letterman 1 year letterman Right-End Left-End Tail-Back Junior junior junior i . I 'Per O' E? 1 YY 'ht -Ll Richard Pittenger x year letterman Right-Tackle Senior Bill Swim 1 year letterman Right-Guard Senior Iimmie Holdrxdge r year Ietterman Center Sophomore Wayne Anderson I year letterman Tail-Back Sophomore Robert Sloan I yar letterman Right-Guard Sophomore Ronnie Bennett I year letterman Wing-Back Sophomore Richard Willham 2 year letterman Left-Tackle Iunior 1 0?-'15 if 'V' .-4 N2 v' S: GIA' f... im i Q 13 ,.' Lf' pun ...,, I H va-'wx ",c 0015 ivxtf I K, -mv., -...I 'jr W3-A .5 l. M V W, M Dick Tourtellotte Glen Yandell Neil Goble Iimmy Marlow Iohn Taylor Full-Back Right-Tackle Left-Tackle Wing-Back Tail-Back Senior Senior Sophomore Iunior Iunior Neil Douglas Cecil Henrick Gene Cowan Iim Sutton Bill Easton Right-Guzml Right-Tackle Half'Back Blocking-Back Left-Guard Iunior Sophomore Sophomore junior Iunior Gm Cgootball Qellows in Givies First row: Iimmy Sutton, Iohn Taylor, Gene Cowan, Bob Niles, Sam Burch, and Ronnie Bennett. Second row: Billy Sloan, Bill Easton, jordan Heisler, Wayne Anderson, Bill Swim, Wilbum Williamson, Clifford Bilycu, Bill Faah, I. D. Bilyeu, Harvey Thurman, Pat Hays, and B, R, Stubbs. Last row: Gene Becker, Charles Garrison, Conrad Lookabaiugh, Leo Collyar, Iimmie Holdridge, Raymond Lunsford, Richard Willham, Richard Pittenger, Glen Yandell, and Lee Snider. 'Lf' First row: Huh Little, Clifford llilyeu, Wayne Anderson, Bill Finley, Winsel Sloan, Iimmy Rogers func Cowtn Re it Kin Bob 'Nliles 1 - - .5-YS ' g, 1 . Second row: Coach Hamilton, lohn Monk, llill Fash, Earl Boyer, Raymond Lunsford, Iimmy Huldridge. Marvin Miracle, Lee Snider, Gene Randolph. ff fi U J, fBaslcetl9all dl and SB Squad A TEAM Stillwater I9 . .... . Chilocco 16 Stillwater 25 . . . Ponca City 36 Stillwater 48 . . . Perry 28 Stillwater 29 . . . .Edmond 18 Stillwater 29 . . . Drumright 31 Stillwater 36 . . Edmond 18 Stillwater 30 . . . Guthrie 20 B TEAM Stillwater 29 . . .... . . Edmond 16 Stillwater 28 . . . . Edmond I3 Stillwater 31 . . . Guthrie 26 Schedules are incomplete because bad weather delayed the games and the book had to go to press. QI Second in Geary tournament 145 lb. wrestling weight 45 ITMMY WRIGHT ANDY BRISCOE Second in OMA tournament I 133 lb. wrestling weight ry, Tioneer 'wrestling ,Squad Stillwater I4 . Stillwater 27 . Stillwater I4 . . Blackwell 2I . Ponca City II . . Perry I9 First row: Erwin Tinker, I03 lbs.: Mark Atkinson, 112 lbs.g Iay Hoke, 120 lbs.g Eddie Briscoe, 127 lbs.g Andy Briscoe, 133 lbs.g Russell Brannon, 138 lbs.g lim Wright, I45 lbs. Second row: Ronnie Hanes, IO lb .1 E. lL f d 5 165 lbs.: Dale Ross, 127 lbs. Darby, I03 lbs.g Mr. Dorsch. s ar uns or , 154 lbs.g Bill Swim, 145 lbs.g Delford Sloan, Elvin Powers, Heavywetghtg lxelly Hoffer, 112 lbs.g Edwin K 'x X ERWIN TINKER RILEY MERCER qunior Wigh 'wrestling Squad Stillwater 8 . . Blackwell 42 Stillwater 8 . . . Perry 28 Stillwater II . . Ponca City 37 First rnw: Iohn Eager, Ierry York, George Cleveland, Benny Schatz, George Elmore, fack Geller Second row: Riley Mercer, lim Tourtellotte, Tom Mercer, Erwin Tinker, Ronnie Hanes. 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Q2 lv fx ," 93:0 'fox fy 5 X 3 xl- f 10" I AJ 0 'PJ 9 Y 5 f gy we YG' fu' RLTH ENIX P1 culdcnt Sllldflll Counrll "The t1rQt condmon of socml happmess and prosperxty must be thc sense ot the common lxfc 99 :,,yz'Y .X . A,-Lf - , If ,f K AWA 1 , f - ' ' +1 v 'J f'.', A V ' ' 7.53 .1'.':ffZ'7i?4' 5 , ,g pm 5 R fy f, ..,.,,V First row: Miss Markwell, sponsor: Martin Schmidt, vice-president: Ioan Gilbert, parliamentar iang Maralyn Orgain, treasurerg Frances Foshee, secretary, lean Walsh, historiang Ruth Enix, president. Second row: Iim Remy, Sue Timkcn, lane Hackleman, Rachel Palmer, Delores Stone, Maureen McAnulty, Grace Kerntke, Ronny lones, George Kennedy Third row: .Billy Smith, Bob Potts, Larson Keso, David Swank, Bill Carr, Dean Williamson, Richard Pittenger, Bernadine Moe. Nancy Ingham. Bill Simcoe, lames Hunter, Billy Sloan CGM ,Student Qotmcil The student council was organized to promote school spirit, to foster the de- sire for good citizenship: to provide op- portunities for school co-operation with the school administration in internal government of the school, to encourage all worthy school activities, and to de- velop an individual and a group respon- sibility for the general welfare of the school. This year has been a success. The council has sponsored concessions at the football and basketball games, school parties, pep rallies, and parades. Ham- ilton Day and Sadie Hawkins Day were the two outstanding social events of the season. A suggestion box which each and every student is entitled to offer I00 a suggestion that might make our school a better place which to work. The stu dent council has also sponsored the "greeters." They are students who are assigned to the front hall to help main tain appearance of the building and to help all outsiders find their wayfor any other information they might need. The students council sponsored the third annual magazine sale, a percentage of which will be spent on an activity bus. The State Students Councils conven- tion was held at Cushing. Stillwater will send one representative to the National Student Council Convention in Ohio this spring. 'O 'hr 'Z0Jl1os 'who mj C35 S These students were chosen by the Student Coun ell as the most outstandlng members of the semor class They were selected becwuse of thenr scholastic standmg, partrc1pat1on IH school mctnmes partrcrpa t1on ln rel1g1ous and commumty act1w1t1es, and co operatlon wnth students 'md tertchers Mafwfft cms Ruth Emx Frames Ioshce Ioan Gllbert MW 'O-'NIJ Mnrrlyn Hewlett Bernadlne Moe Gene Perluns jumors 'who Rcelved Cgflorlorable e9fCent1on Kenneth Drum, Dons Humphrey, Gene Randolph, Vera Faye Tomlmson, Mary Ward, and Manlyn York IOI J - h V O O O Q tt, If 0.1 ' L' 6' 'K .6 fe' 'T , ' tuclent Gouncil fBanquet Scenes .SPTWQ 1943 --Q..,, ,nv ..-MW-W A M 104 ANN I-IEFFNER President Nazzonal Honor Qoczezy By the work one knows the Workman JNQLUOHQZ 631601107 Mggg fgf1idggOSS ociezty QQHECGTS 1ANEWE5vHR Secretary-Treasure. and Gfbfembers X V:- Ifranccs Fuahee Gwenith Kerns Inez Keys Barbara Trumbla Wm? 'B C Frances Low Gene Marshall Mary Frances Payton Shirley White Nita Brown I '57-' C' -cbt sf Q, ,i Pull Fash Ruth Enix Marjorie Orr Ioan Hagcrs Maralyn Orgam Bsrnadine Moe Iacque King lean Hagers lack Lothcrs Leah Ward if NQlflO71dl Wfonor ociety tyelctivities W I. National Honor Initiation at south high in May 1948. Henry Featherly, 1948 president, officiating 2. National Honor Banquet scenes. 52' 3. Members and parents enjoying the evening at 'F' Q 4 t tn. the banquet. 01 c If . ..s rf A if f f'x- s Yivw-' - i'-31522 as . . x 4. Mr. I. A. Cocannoucr, past sponsor, was guest of honor. Homer Weeks, sponsor, I officiated the first time. "', . .gt , 5 . x, 5. Those at the head table: fcsse Cardwcllg Miss Gladys Huffine, sponsorg Iames Alcott, 1948 State Honor Society presidentg Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Weav- er: and Doris Humphrey, X949 State Honor presi- dent. National Honor members are selected on the basis of scholarship, service and leadership. The upper 2504. of the class in scholarship is considered and then 102, of that group is selected. The emblem of the society is a red rose. The faculty committee is Mrs. Scverson, Miss McWethy, Gus Friedemann, Mrs. Bryan, Homer Weeks, sponsor, and Miss Meacham. DORIS HUMPHREY Preszdcnt State Honor Soczely Nothmg great was ever achncved Wllh0UI enthusxasm IO "'fI"J" i , I., W IOYE MCDOLE . Secretary Treasurer Vice-President IOHN BROOKS IANE WEAVFR ,State fgfonor ociety Officers efffembers First row: Ioan Hagers, Helen Holley, lane Hackleman, Doris Humphrey, Ioye McDole, Barbara Woerz, Shirle Wh'te, I W ' ' y I ane eaver, Iamce McClendon, lean Holley, Frances Foshec, Mar- jorie Orr, Nancy Pitts. Second row: Marilyn York, Iean Hagers, Patsy Copeland, Anna Hargrove, Margaret Cross, Ann Heffner, Marnlee Carpenter, Omta Ftscus, Bobbie Montgomery. Third row: Knox Hamilton, lohn Anderson, Gene Cowan, Inez Keys, Mary Frances Payton, Martha Bauman, Neil Goble, Marilyn Hewlett. Fourth row: George Kennedy, Carol York, Iulia Iean Early, Arless Moser, Iocye Williamson, Gene Marshall, Oneta Harris, Ioan Ad Be ' D l " f ams, tty oug as, Riehard Wdlham, Iohn Brooks, Wesley Woolworth. ws N .f ' 'G he-J' K fb .-, xf K lxf -v 54 Ax t W .a,', NNI' P.Xlil'A'I' fp 15' -AV .1. 1"'.'l.'.'!7z 'ft7w or" 12 r 1 hurt 1sI1c'!5lffl1LlH .ali lhcluxclx '1 Y wg um al 0 1 0 ' Ioy Ann Garner, Pauline Lovell, Mary Frances Payton, lane Hackleman, Bernadine Moe, Gayle Swim, Audrey Naeter, Pat Hays, Mary lane Ward, Margaret Cross, Christia White, Ann Heffner, lean Bliss, Inez Keys, Marilyn York, Marjorie Orr, Mary Ida Campbell. 63. CE. 04. Qyjficers Cgfold Initiation., 'what the CJ. CG dl. was 'Done The Kezer Chapter of Future Teachers of America, sponsored by Mrs. Bryan, is open to any student who is interested in the teaching profession. This is the fourth year of organization for FTA at Stillwater High School. The main purpose of FTA is to give students a better understanding of the ideals and purposes and to teach them something about the teaching profession. This year the members of FTA attended a state convention held at Enid, where several members were initiated. The officers of FTA performed an initiation cere- mony for members of FTA at A. and M. College. The annual initiation and banquet was held December 9, 1948, at the Home Economics Cottage. Twelve members received the club pin in an impressive cere- mony. Representatives from Yale, Cushing, and Perry, with their sponsors, were present as special guests. III xx. if! I . - V 4 Wmffs , f Q, - 'QL S N' 4 ,f-1' 'ff Y ,,. 5 " Z- 'akz . ., f V ? 'af ff. i ,CA- 1 jar 2 A 'hifi' 35' Q f fgaffff 1 '31-l -if-f,'.,f-'jf I' . "I 'L'H43' ,Li 129-'il , . f ,' f T 43, Fw, BILL FASH President Qjlula Qffictrs XNILBURNI XVILLIAMSON CLIFFORD BILYFU GI FV B XYS Vice President Treasurer Secretary l wt The "S" Club, a new or anization this vear, is com osed of all ho s who have g . P Y earned the letter "S" for participation in athletics at Stillwater High School. The prime purposes of the organization are to promote good sportsmanship at the ath- letic events and to give complimentary jackets to all graduating lcttermen. Robie Biggs sponsors the club. I .Fw 'C V . 68 'C' 'Q e-. 5 1 ' 9 I A" 5 1 05 aw ii- 'Q vm "fu, 'WXEQTZ' QWSYQ Q. 9- , ' inf 955 1 W , if' .. Iggy., fi" ' ssfgfr-' vz!n ' 1 ' A Nm .Q 5: A lg. ,x,,,W .uf N .w-,yd'.,wf:M 1 I . - 1 - ,. , :Qs C - . H I .V 1 I 5. 'Y O I f-. 131- Y . wg, fr,- X., ELVIN POXYKRS Prebident W f vii 4 .t , f ' I Q 0'- ws ., if --.Wg sg, , t IOE SIMON I'OHN DRYDEN BOB PAYNE MACK PAYNI Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Reporter C-Uocatlonal Qigrzculturey I F. F. A. boys receiving parliamentary procedure to be used in conducting chamtcr meetings L' 1 nh ' U Fr-- WMU 'L . Qolung a lncstmk fccdxng problem Voutumll Agnguhurc III fguture Warmers of cyflmerica fParent-,Son iBanquet cyflpril 22,1948 S111-LIKTQIIIIAPTEIAHI F4 I, - tawr st ' Q v. 4. ' , B xx Bill Young crowned Patsy Patton the 1948 queen. Attendants were Betty Human, Paul Bussell, Mack Payne, and Vera Faye Tomlinson. Kermit Ingham presented outstanding achievements awards to Edwin Wilson and Ioe Simon. 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'. ' A ' 'vf 1 ' ' .V . 1 1 1' 1 , 1 . , , , , 'Q 1 . ' 1 1 1 1 . 1 . ' 1 1 1. . , '1 , ' ' . 1,1 ' , , . 5 .1 - A, . '- ' Y , --- 1 1' 5 ' ss A g 5 -, . ' 1 1' ' 1 1 11: 1 1 J ' Y I. 1' .. Y 1 1 - , . ,L . 1 '111 ' ' 2 1 K 1 y' I 11 - v' V v- Yu - 1. . x 1 -rs 7x ' I XVLIS 11a111ed 1x11-IXIHCFICZIII th15 year. , , ,. , ' . ,,, V I . r. 5' , ' - , 1 . I 4 1, 1' 1 1 .7 1 - , , 2 2 , ' , 11 . ' ' K ' lr . . , , 1 1 3 - ' 9 1 Y 9 , '. . . , Q . . Y 1. I t I h ' ' S L n N V , . Q 1 . L YY I Q . ' t 1' . , , , .. , ,, 7 h I 1 5 . . ' ' , 1 . t . 1 ' . . ' . . 'A 'A 7 ' , A s Y- vv r vt 1 Y l ' I I I I ' . . . . . . , . Y l K 3 L 1 . -', 1 rv . . . T 7 Y , , ,, . ., . . . . . ' V , 1 , ' , 1 . 1 " 7 ' -' ru 'Y - H ' - T 1 . . . , , s 7 v- , . 1 1 s 1. . X K IOYCE HESSER President International Understanding Urganization First row: Ioyce Hesser, president: Pat Hays, vice-president: Doris Iean Smith, secretary, Shirley Iohnson, treasurer: Pat Scherer, historian: Robert Elliott, reporter. Second row: Helen Denny, Betty Coe, Betty Penrod, Karldene Marshall, Eunice Robbins, La Verne Houston, Benita Esparza, Mary Frances Payton, and Pauline Iarvis. Third row: Mike Morrison, Miss McWethy, co-sponsor, Martha Puckett, Ruby Eager, Rosalie Collier, Mary Ida Campbell, Miss Becker, sponsor, and Louise Carpenter. cenes Cefrom Elie I UQ Christmas 'Party No.II Another major project was the pur- chasing of the United Nations Flags to give to the school. First row: Norman I. Driebeck, Hollgmtlg Seco Onno Van Teuten, Holland: Miss Beu- lan Mall, Intliag Miss Surjeat Chopra, India: Miss Indra Malani, India: Ferd- inand Kern, Switzerlantlg Emanuel Dettwiler, Switzerland. ntl row: Matlhusutlan Thzikcr, Intlia: Oscar Alcedo, Perug Owen Armbruster, Argentiniag Felipi Miranda, Perug Marco Miranda, Perug Otto Smrzen- ncggcr, Switzerlantlg Mr. Russellg lohn Armbruster, Argentinag Miss Lewis. No. IV Pat Hays, Ioyce Hesser, Pat Hively, Shirley johnson, Pauline Jarvis, and Mr. Thacker inspect the Christmas tree and the gifts. .-D5 h No. III Mr. Russell gave the principal ad- dress at the Christmas party held in the home economics parlor. I2I . 'K E 5 Q 3 '51 QP E 1 +29 l 5 Q5 8 1 in A A H ijval' 72s. 3 .P 14 - :lik-Q'h'Q 52' 'WWW' 9 it f' if 'Egg Al 31 li 1 0 s C in ,' , i 5381323 V -'w X! f!!+'-xx-'xxffuq n !! 3!hti'f9 u" gkuw 5 1.1, 3? 'ani it tl dh ' 6 6- 6 5 Us l an .ax 33? em.. 4 ,. is? x f ff Front row: Martin Schmidt, David Swank, loan Gilherl. Ann lleffner, Nita Brown, Pat llziys, lack Lothers, Shirley johnson Second row' Pauline Iarxis, Glenn Elliott. Marjorie Orr, Marilyn Hewlett, Bernadine Bloc, Twyla Zuck, Gwenlth Kerns, and Ioan Hagers '1'liirtl row: lfranccs lloshee Pauline Lovell, Margaret Cross, lean Hagers, Betty Lee Stevens, Nance Fry and Ianell Cobh Fourth row: Phil Williams, Gene Marshall, Gene Perkins, lim Vandegrift, Syliia Brakebill and Mrs. Linthicum, sponsor 'Dmmaucs lub The Thespian Club is one of the baby organizations in our school, because it was organized this year by the speech department. This is an educational organization of teachers and students, established for the advancement of dramatic arts in the secondary schools. The Stillwater Club is affiliated with the national organization The aims of this society are two-fold: UD to establish and advance standards of excellence in all phases of dramatic arts, and fzj to crctrte an active and intelligent interest in dramatic arts among boys and girls in thc high schools of America. The organization is restricted to students interested in speech and debate. Mrs. lack Linthicum is the sponsor 'Debate Glass Robert Elliott, Norman Campbell, Gene Marshall, Kenneth Dunn, Phil Williams, Barhara Duncan, Mrs. Linthicum, Daryl Hallman, Ann Hcffner. and David Swank r 1 t f f e . i , " ..,i'.,-, , I ' ti l?" i .' .I ,,',fL", mt, ' I 2:5565 1 sf V' ' ' -L 1 ft' 5' - I . i 1 r t - I , . .W a V7 T e . -i lt. 5 j , t iifv I i ' .K I it 5 . 'Q' 'M ,Mi F' -V ' , -sf. . gi-5 f 4 f f , "' 1:1 , J M -. f - '1 . , . af ' By? l , Q S if ff? J 25' x ik 3 .1 E 1 1' F ...Q 5102622 Seniors Hgf:2f2'.. MF" , 5 ...M-... .-., -5. , ...hin- -L f-. 1 I , Jr if ' IQ- K. 5- 1 074, KF, F' Xla J v . ' gmif i A 8, ..q4 ,. 1 'V' .af ?5Y!l'SfN S. if 46 I.Troy Anderson 2. Iunc M. 3. Ray Nell G. 4. Nance F. 5. lim V. 6. Gwcnith K. 7.Iacquc K 8.Grace K. 9.162111 W. 1o.Loretta C. 11. Bob M. 12. Frances F. 13.Nita B. l.1.UCHC P 15.Delores L. 16.1. D. B. 17. Ann H. 18. Mary D. and her lamb. 1 yew 17 . Ld f gnc? 322 gixxxxxx T? 'f Q ,X W Q T 0 Z? rb'U U QSCVQ ,Bib 2 l 0 . O Ss !Q 5 oo Kee wNq 17 Q ' 315 dx ggggl 4' ii? Qjaogjf 5cxevxL-Vf 'N 41 fgoxf' Y y A 2 X 5 I ,2 vo 6 lf, V' --- Q -: , w4?' Qig?E??XNil X xv if Qkk, X' + Q C? s6f Q f2q7 1,3 wg M cl ,ll 3 Q ah' wfdujlfv 6 Q5 y E W - 'S L s, I '.,.,,- F " 4 Y' '. . 3 .-sf ' FQ.. 15' -ur-S W.: X it . i Ill L-.3 an K 'I gi :MQ " Y' 5, . 3 ai! Vx of 9,--' -5 ' . X, 4 ,X 95 JU' .. ' 4 . X , . WEN vw .,m""'5w,. gw2Ht'f?X 'L , A 2 ll! Lee Cultcr, Iimmy Brand, lack Wiggins, Amos Richards, Bill Keith, and Mr. Shingleton. fllroduction Shop G7YCachineJ 'woodwork Dale Wcathers, Weldon Sazldler, Charles Carroll, Iuhn Paul Klingstedt, Everett Brett, Frank Dotter, Robert Barnes, Ira Langley, Harold Hart, Teclcly Keller, linker Bokorney, Bob Bol- linger, Larson Keso, Ronald Leaverton, Albert Copley, Vcrnon Phagan, Bill Keith, Robert Church and Mr. Shingleton. V' Don Graham, William Schafer, Ira Langley, Hardy McKaskle, Iohn Paul Klingstcdt, Lloyd Harn- den, Logan Hargrove, Eldrcd Surber, limmie Nickolson, Ioe Wensler, Frank Dottcr, Bill Swim, Ronarltl Ham, and Mr. Shingleton. Gflffeclianical 'Drawing Ioe Simon Chester Charles Dale Ross Sim Burch Iordm Heislcr Buddy Hcsscr R N Csirncr Instructor Maston Powers Dale Robinson Leon Linton Nlcil Ham Ieo C ollyar Miltc Dona hoo Dnid larrington lxcnncth Lasey and Ellis Allinson Cllfand 'woodwor N. Mack Payne, Lee Snyder, Gene Becker, Norman Campbell, Ronald Leaverton, Everett Watkins, Clifford Bilyeu, Charles Garrison, I. D. Bilyeu, Raymond Lunsford, Eddie Darby, Teddy Kcllcr, Rolvcrt Barnes, Iimmy Patterson, I. D. Garrison, and lack Briscoe. gorging and 'welding ,3, Furniture mnilc hi' thc lnilustrinl Arte claim :intl usctl for the Open I-Inumc exhibit heltl May, 1948 f 1 f I If so 4-. -M ,mil lr--s New --gm 'Q --4-19 Bfuwcv-Q-.J Picture I, Wilniil Iaimcs Btilcn nmggwinc t.il1lt mzulu hy Vvdlllllf cimffcc t.1lwlc insult- lu' lztliwn liiwlcx -0-:Qui Picture 2. Allllllqjllllj' clicbts madc by Dan Dexter Walnut lamps matic by Darrell Ovcrliolt Picture 4, Walnut bed, walnut thebt, toot stool, lamp coffee table night smncl made bi XVas ne Bukurncy Picture 5 Wilnut dining table chairs, lamps made by Chester Bigler 132 L.1 FX 91" .-., K Picture 3, Modern walnut tlcsk nude by Edwin lillcilgc Y f' 4:4 9 .n nlys mr, 'v W Mn? ,- ,a ,M 1, M13 x"it uv 45 , -1 ' 1 m,11p1'. fy JK 1 Ei R f 5.5, . ', -' .. - . I N ' if' " ii 4 4 4- x ff .. x , W' lQ A ' i E , ix X' xi! -J x l Ullg -, P s PJ - Anita Schat7, Betty Douglas, Harry Thompson, I. D. Garrett. Mrs. Iohnston, Elaine Worthington, Martha Bauman, Ioye Mcllole, Richard Willliam, George Kennedy, Edison Tinglcy, Mr. Mikcscll, Ann Staplcy, and llrncc Lehman. fljhysics igiology First row: Helen Hughes, Dell Miller, John Anderson, Marjorie McKenzie. Second row: Iohn Taylor, Vcrla Payne, Marilyee Carpenter, LeRoy Harting, and Sue Smith. Third row: Dun Horton, Bohhy Smith, Vcmzt Schcucrniann, '3arb:tra Means, Thelma Wilson, and Carol York. Fourth row: Patsy Copeland, Barbara Stcpp, Lucille Enix. Fifth row: Btcr Niles, Betty Coe, and Betty Adams. Sixth row: Mary Hazclton. V B 1 -JSSQQ A ,N , , '35 A :.' 'K - " Q' 'K 3.4 W ':.,.p..L.7-,. ' if I I 1 fw4 , Y 2.4: v,j .ph fb 5 H? 3 lzll vi ,,.!f'?2'. v 1 lf ?2f ,ss 9 , , ' Q 'B sm. ff' Q ' 'r if I I 3. '-5 g' isa? , Af K, r 35 wp mer. , Ilfv iz, I Firsr row: Marilyn Ycrermnnn. Ruin I-erguson, l.cRoy Manninir, l-larry Gcxirhnrl. and Mollynnn l"l.m. Second row: Barbara Wocrz. Gloria Rurrer, Zola Mae Knld. En-ma Frye liirneu, Kcnnclh Eiliuirils. :ind l'.iL Mooney. Third row: Frank Douer, Bnb Church, limmy Cantrell, Lynn Welwlw, Richard Piltcngcr and Mrs. Ernmnns. Fourth row: Bcirrly Woolworlh, Dot Rodgers, Ann llcffncr, and Phyllis ll.irkcr. C5 ' I ypmg ,Shorthand First row: In Ann Knight, lean Holley, Shirley While, Nance Frye, Rnyma loy Worrell, Delores Linthicum, :ind Barbara Trumbla. Second row: Rae Nell Givens, Nancy Williams, Grace Kermke, Anna Hargrove, Ianicc McClendon, Bcssic Kennedy, and lunnira Crafr. Third row: Frances Low, lncz Keys, licrmdinc Moc, loyce l-leSscr, Nancy Craft, lncque King. lun: Wcnxcr. Fourth row: Maralyn Orgaiin, Marilyn Hawlctr, Jenn Hangers, Juan Higcrs. Gwcnirh Kcrns, and Mrs, Exnnmzxs. x-Q www mm ,ifgifi First row Lots Oldfield Mollyann Platt Velma LaBlanc Ioyce Hill Mary Hwzelton Second row Carol York Peggy Melton Fult Xhe Nixller lunc lxutchenmclster Betty Williams Delores Pike Third row Ruth Deyer Dorothy hes Oneta Hams Iohn Anderson Anita Schatz Carolyn Young Nir Frtede mann Fourth row Gerry Levns Kathryn Fenton Dorm.: Lee Jacobs Txexl Goble Mary Frtedemann Fred Mohler Cgyplng l fBookeepmg First row lane Wcater Mildred Miller lune Marlow Second row Anna Hargrove Leah Ward. Shtrley Iohnson, Innell Cobb Bill Reed and Imogene Mayfield. Third row: Marjorie Thomson Eunice Robbins La Verne Houston Betty Human lanice McClendon Mr. Friede- mann and Bessie Kennedy. .,-5.9 f -415, .J- , ,vw . je, JE Xe 4'-ti .t..l.'Zl2z"' f. , -52125-.ft. , f ,flax H KDTFUBTS Education Students Emma Faye Barnett Peggy Clothier Zelma Dryden Mary Duck Ioan Frank Ann Heffner Virginia Higgins lack Peach Andrea Pearson Eugene Peterman Vernon Phagan Bonnie VanSickle Charles Carroll Albert Copley Barbara Duncan Bill Fash 140 Carol Grindstafff Don Horton Noel Iohnson Mildred Miller Dennis Peeples Lorance Simring Billy Sloan Kenneth Dunn Oneta Geller Vernon Lake Velma LeBlanc Delores Miller R. B. Proctor Ioyce Roton Alice Swisher Leo Whitmore Wesley Woolworth Barbara Arnold Iimmy Brand Io Ann Carr Carolina Frank Dorothy Ives Dorma Lee Iacob Bessie Kennedy Iacque King Linda Leachman Marcille Morriss Rachel Palmer Charles Pock Eunice Robbins Carmelita Tinker Vera Faye Tomlinson lv 50 XERA FAYII T 5-.ffx 14 ONII INQOX Slain Pre Men! nm wma cn 0 Im: Future Hon ' lx es Good things come Ill small pac 35 141 1 PAULHNE I ON ILLL Prex dent Loral Future Homema en of flmcma The mner halt ot ewcry cloud 15 bright and shmmg I therefore turn my clouds about and alw ays wear them msxde out to show the lmmg I42 v . ,. . I H . . . Y . .7 .. . . .. ,, Y Q Back row: Darlene Schmidt, Donna Iran Heusel, Geraldine Lewis, Suzanne Taylor, Mrs. Iohn Heusel, Mrs. Iames R. Enix, Miss Brown. Front row: Mary Ieanette Wiley, Frances Foshee, Pauline Lovell, Norma Collyar, Iean Manes. Cguture olfomemakers Qf Qlmerica Qfficers In 1936 the first organization of Fu- ture Homemakers was formed for the purpose of developing leadership and social qualities in the homemaking field. The local club, with a membership of 62 girls representing all four grades in high school, is one of the outstanding chapters in the state. They sponsored various activities this year such as serving banquets and sell- ing candy at noon. They also had charge of selling coffee at football games. At Thanksgiving they gave three baskets to large families. Other activities during the year were a party for prospective members, a Rodeo party for the Perkins Chapter, a "Sweetheart" party with the Future Farmers of America, and a mother-daughter ban- quet. They attended the State Rally too. Vera Faye Tomlinson, a local mem- ber, was elected state president for the year 1948-49. In addition to participa- ting in all the activities, she attended the first national Future Homemaker's con- vention last Iuly in Kansas City, Mis- souri. Those who went besides Miss Tomlinson were Pauline Lovell, Mary Ieanette Wiley, Norma lean Collyar, and Mrs. Elizabeth Brock. The sponsor this year was Miss Mar- ion Browne, in the absence of Mrs. Brock, who is in England as an ex- change teacher. The club mothers were Mrs. I. R. Enix and Mrs. I. W. Heusel. 143 P4 CTICCL f 0 e Mmm T6 ILL M. f0W2 Fourth 5 s. 'H 3 F1 3 Q s. 'E 5 B V! 5 2 E 1: Mrs. Iames R. Enix Ianice Bergstrasscr Iohn Heusel E E 7? :E zu 51 2 M aft u u-4 uscl nix y Cr le E na He anc Lucil Don Z ra McAnulty les C en Ni nita ure I lean Means lean Elfr Grace Daugherty Illa ua Ma Ester 'J EE EM ns 'E ET C! S v-n .2 :I D-Q h- E' L' 'G .Sl Us 5 5....hd.-l cu.-.U 10:30 ENE 2:22 .SWE 0030 ZEI-O 9 C :: .M 55, TJ.5E'f31,L: mr:"'O3 Emma --' ::,. 5E?f: 5 U.: 'fi o 32:0 ESQ: -gave: ...JEEP-3 'O 2 ff C-'im UO... 8.!'CSeu ... ,g:GN4g... I--2202 no .E c E5 NU .cz Q3 MQ W cc: aah: 1272-'Um ':.,r::: Neck: QOZQZ I S .Q EE :'.'1'.w23 'fei- gang: :ZII'U:f-1 fu'- CS -DN "....Cs.-D same cnOv22DD C1 Z 2-'-EE ...U EE:.:'6 1-mga., owoia an O Lgjxl-25 -5.- 551220: ,,..--- :PEQDE 2 E o bg... 'U ,,.'-3,51 -2 I-V185-gm ogf-I-sagem U Nu ':rJ.JU!-:P .9.z,u.E 3 -esac- 'Von-:u"" 2anu.a.ZE "' n u n. HEAD 3522 L14 Q4 Bo. Qfarng 'T."'C!!L' 22:1 can-C.-l fyflchievement Girls Cgutwre Cgfomemakers Qf wflmerica MRS. BROCK Sponsor An exchange teacher to England VERA FAYE ToML1NsoN FRANCES FosHEE 'S 'EK .Eg MARY IEANETTE WILEY ANNAWYN dcBENNING K 'F- in Ti? 'fi fu MISS PEGGY LEWIS Home Economics Exchange teacher from England Greetings Mrss Lewls We have enjoyed having you wxth us You and Mrs Brock are helpmg two great nations to form an even closer frxendshlp I , sw '-A f' V U . 1 ,W I - V 4 'I.as.-Xiu """ 'r 'sy- Qi '25 Cs Q EWR A- I A. I f :ef MRS. MuIiLW.'XIN MISS ISROWNIZ MR. IIIGGS -'Bn v ,YEL QE: fi Cgfome oom .. -Z . 5 QP W MR. AMEND MISS IEIZCKIQR MISS IIUFPINI2 Qjficers JS' QI IW,,,,i,.' "f-,..,..-......f I A F fn- '?5.Z' ff .. 1 f Q- 'Ek MR. WILKS MR. SI IINGLETON MR. DORSCII MISS MQWIQTIIY MISS MARKWIQIJ, MR. M.'XR'I'IN -F FN E , ,,,, ,.,w...n .........-...W fx Tr 15' b-gn Index Freshman Calendar ft IO Aeeompamst Iaeque Kmg Bunldmg Pretures Board of Edueauon Basketball Squad Boys Clee Llub Band Queen Ba11d Members B1ology I I Booltkeeprng 1 B1bl1eal Llterature 1 Baby Prctures Semors I2 Baseball Bronve and Blue Captams 102 Classes fly page Cheerleaders Chemlstry I Crossman Award DCdlC3I1OH Deans Drum Major Drum Majorette Drum and Buble Departments fly page I2 Dramatlcs Club I2 Drners hducanon 1 o Ensembles Faculty I4 IS Freshman Presldent and OIIICCIS 48 I reshman Class Football Queen Football Groups Football Lettermen Football Actron T A Presxdent F T A Members ln1t1at1on and Story Banquet Queen OIIICCIS and Members Banquet and Coronat1on A Presxdent State A President Local A Offrcers and Story A Members Football Boys III CINICS C rrls Clee Club beneral Selenee C eometry Plane Home Home Home Home Home Home Ee Aehrevement Room Ofhcers E I: II I1 III Le IV Honors and Awards fly page I U J Instrumental NIUSIL Offrcers Iun1or I FCSILICIII and Ofheers Iunlor Roy tlty A ........... 9 ...... 54 ' , ' .... 73 - . ....... 62 ' . . .... 88 ' ' ' ...... . 6 . . ...... 88 . . . . . . 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