Stillwater High School - Pioneer Yearbook (Stillwater, OK)

 - Class of 1950

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TIMKEN Principal Hobby-Trout fishing Saying-"Don't alibi" Activity-Watching athletic events Quote: "My greatest concern for individuals and groups in Stillwater High School is that they will go all out in what ever they do." 4145 llil Q is Nfl MRS. EDNA BRYAN AND N. S. HOPKINS Their jobs are not all seriousness, as can be seen by their smiles. Cnr Deans Qui' Secretaries MRS. PERKINS MRS. RUSSELL 'S .., Ks, W ,iz I Af rr vu- C' I ivsard mend Rnszhc Finke: Rubs: Bnggs R Wm yy u ur u mm, m r u ymu un. you we mu urdun iul'-cr ul luu lmmnnx C Icnn Ppperlcx fl lf pmu M my Pm-ua H y hm i my lunou uymg .rum rf fu h nmly x u ry Bunn S op uu um.: mf .mgmg uyuyg on trolhcr' Gladys Huffxnc Iames Harms Eduh Hollcy Hm y mf-dunn Humy Hunung and H ny mndxmn 1 K. 111 mug 1 fl-rung AL. my Auppu work rezdmg Acn WAN: door my 1 wma umng Saymg Lh huh 41 iuymg vm hr.- Saying whim hoppen 1 N S Hopkms Hobby rfmung Acuyuy Buy: sam., mm du you need yumun lSonJ al' Gladys lngrim Hobby Hmelmn ma prawn.. 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I.- Spo ees in tlie Wheel BUS DRIVERS lliis Lll'lXCFx'-liillll Millvurn. liilwin lilleilge .inil Wayne Stuart- pose Inr gngtine lwefnrq beginning the xtinlenti wilrliey liuiiicwnril. ,Ar ,N kk n--Q-gn.,-"' r Q CUSTODIANS ll. H. Drurnright is explaining the lwiler return pipe in Roy Brown. Mi, E CUSTODIANS Custixiians, Iilver Ilunt anal Nuel Reynolda repairing the bwilcr con- neetinn. I ,4 Q ' 1 A. ' J. N it In ..1f M411 1- 3.-4:1 .- 1,3 ...M ze CAFETERIA STAFF Mrs. Roy Iimwn, Mrs. N. M. Iioyles ancl Mrs, Vivigrn Carpemcr serving the noon meal In eagerly awaiting stuclents. ,f ,f f K, ff f f 1 Q! CLASSES P4 I f 4 fn . K, 'MX' !3H:J'9 WMV' X . 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Pat S. 4. Eclcly B. 5. Ioyce R. 6. Iimmy P. and Marilyn 7. Arlcss M. 8. Duris In-an S. 9. Iuye M. 10. Berry Io. Dr. 11. limmy S. 12. Anclrca 13. Carmclita T. 14. Berry Io Do. 15. Sydney In B. 16. Kay S. 17. Onira F. 18, I' 3, T. 19. Barbara D. 20. Dorma Lee I. 21. Sylvia ll uf I I o,'f 3 4 Q , 1 'fi' fl' mi., 1 in W V ni' tk. 0 M: o,,'fo I, of: n - 1 I:-DA g ' fl 1 u '5' o'. 0 1,1 0 on e .0 7 if 453 0 ' I 1 lx FJ N N, F an Fifth .rg px, t A JUS:-1 g . Ft S . . Q A - -Q gf Af, , ,t W ,f. l I xr' ii , , Mi! y' ,L '13 Tk: 4.-Q Stews 'S li' if , 1 f gf. - an 8 vt -1 x A, "' f ,ISA ' P ' l . giizi X' Y - i E y a , ,Y Y K- gf 'Sf ':Qiq1L. , Q XJ, .17 54 A ,4 Q3 ' -..M .W V , M... 'ww we - ' 'jk 6 Q Q ... A T x V x " L-.51 In 1 It 2'-w ah gint in 1 I f-.. ' f 1 .xt3Ki"'f fx . h ff ,Sy L s age . ll ii' if 15'-ff " ui :Ei ' ' if if ,fr . 2 qw. egg, I--1 f- M- ini ,. 5 1 'K lm, , 1. fr K -4 V ,. , i 13- ., -.. 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B1 'ITE Tn 1 on Pfwzdcnl 1l1'11OI' C BSS QH1L6Is PHIIII' HXNSIN IL I' RLIRIIINNHISIIR RONNII IRINNVIT Inc Irc' 1116111 Sruclxry frm mer 4'-" 38 fig-I F' Q' .111 4 A NH 'Nil' PROC RXN1 HJR PRON1 PI XCF CIXRIHS I x f J IPXNIII: PRUIQR 18 nu lmfl Mfrk XIILI V dwn run Imp RING IL NIOR I I XX I -XRKING Krug K RLQUL- Kmg Pun Hurtclll L NHIII Jun YIMIICQIILID PROM Bcuy Lewis Nell Goble Nancy Pitts 30 "".L.-7 llcrceline .Mlum Iuhn Analersnn Wayne Amlcrsnn Doris Anglin jimmy Arrnlirustcr Miirk Atkinson Sallie Lois Atwell lsziaic Barnes Bill Bartley Marvin Buys Iua-nits Belknap Betty Lee Benjamin an--rv Wa- V 4,0 Q 1 lean Burk Carl Berry Barbara Bilyeu Nora Lee Blankinship Ronnie Bennett Rilla Carlisle Kenneth Carlisle Louise Carpenter Marrilce Carpenter Charles Carroll Kenneth Casey Chester Charles 1-4 ,ff sfvf Lucille Enix Pat Edwards Klara Friedemann Roy Georgia Neil Goble Pat Gilmore Marilyn Haak Ronald Ham Knox Hamilton Richard Hanes Philip Hansen Doris Haskctt :la Bi Es Norinzr lean Collyar Gene Cowan Doris Cullen Alice Curtis Bill Daily Helen Lois. Denny Mike Donuhoo Io Ann Dryden Ruth Dyer Iulia lean Earley Audry Ann Elledge Roy Emmons 'Q QL' Harold Hart Ianice Helf Cecil Iicnricli Lziwanii llavins Kelly Hoffcr Dun Honcyman Mona Hesser Buddy Hessen' Donna jenn Heusel Don Horton Iimmic Huldridge Ellen Ioyce Hughes ,psf yi -4 lv' ' -no W ' ,B-v X 1 l I H 'L Edna Kendrick Reggie King Nancy Iane King Carol Kerby Ioan Kidd Barbara Kerns Iune Kucchenmeister Betty Lewis Bill Lambert Velma Langley Leon Linton Lois O. Lewis Wvbft Wx Delores Pike Dale Ross Weldon Sadler Helen Schaferb Darlene Schmidt Winsel Sloan Alana Smith Robert Sloan Tom Sloan Suzanne Smith Bob Smith Naomi Self ,gg vi' ,,--. Christine Lowry Roger Marlow LeRoy Manning Peggy Melton Dell Miller Ann Montague Mike Morrison Mariorie Mcliinzie Bob Niles Mollyann Platt Iimmy Pearson Nancy Pitts A 'EW Delores Stone Ann Stewart Gayle Smith Faunctta Thompson Catherine Thompson Betty Ruth Taylor Vivian Tiller Phillip Tanner Russell Taylor Betty Williams Tommy White Thelma Wilson 'E rv. im' loycc Williamson Leo Whitmore Darlene Woolworth Dean Williamson Ioy Wilson Virginia Whisenhunt Dick Walters Wesley Woolworth Carol York I 'E ali Junior Class Play HIG H cxmoslvrs CAST OF CHARACTERS Howard Brant Ed Burns V1c Lewrs Lou Herron Mrs Spangler Anne Purcell Vrvran George Henry Purcell Maude Corey ...,..... ,... Phoebe Purcell ....,. ...... Prof. V1rg1l Bean ....,.... ,-- ..... . Dr. Drxon ...,....rlr,... ..., Fei! Ronmc Bennett Iohn Anderson Reggxe Kmg Nancy Pxtts Ellen Hughes Carol York Klara Fr1edemann . Iimmy Holdridge Betty Taylor Mary lane Shockey Phillip Hansen Don Honeyman Junior Class Play HIGH EXPLGSNES UMCRQ 'N K A scene from the play. Anne Purcell fCarol Yorkj pretends to be desper- ately ill in an attempt to trick her millionaire father into signing an endowment for a new science building for Brookfield College. PRODUCTION STAFF Director .,,....,.,t,,.tt r.r.,...................e.,.Y.,t.,t,,,ttt...,..,,ttt,t,t, M rs. Iack Linthicum Student Director ,...... ............. D on Graham Publicity ,.,r.,,,...... v...,,. I ohn Anderson Stage Manager ,,...,e.,.,.,. .,,... R onnie Iones Assistant Stage Manager ,.... eet,..........,.,.,,,,............,..,........,. B ill Lambert Ushers ..,.,...,,. M ..,................. ,......,,,. M arilyn I-Iaak, Virginia Whisenhunt, Ianice Helf, Iulia Iean Early, Sallie Atwell Music .,...... .......,.,,,,..tr..r..,,.,.,..........,..,........... S tillwater H. S. Band Harry Wheeler, Director 47 K , VA if-"",' QQ? we I Tx 1 - 'f Lgji-T-1 lf ,,. 9 5 , B QW 23 Y""7 'lx ily nl I ill: EARL LLNSI ORD Pre zdfnt SOP1'1OI1'101'C C HSS QEEICCIS SLE TIMRENT WKRRI X l -K HI XIJRFY LAROI YN IDI! CS Vue Pre :dent Se remry Treasurer '1"""7 5 ,, .- 1 -W-1 . J :W Q u .AX Homecoming Dance SPONSORED BY THE Irxnm Cmss X mule fur thc mmm.: un mlm 5 Luulw float. 2. 'lkkcl I.lkL'I'5 fm guml. ilu-L1.rl gm-Xu 4-1111.5 tlu- mum wuntcr. Luuplcs pmu CHNL'I'll'l4Q ll be-.lllutul Hunt. lhlxlllc-xx ls lmurxmnngl Ihr' Swmg Ihlml m .uriun for thc flrxt ti XVCMUVNC lfmllrngw NhlY'Il'N UXLT mlgxmcs, xQ,W,,,A Q.. SW? fw 1-. ,wand Ju. HIC. NO ff Q, QQ 'X ,T,K1x A lr i -J -K WG? 554- X My il w xy? -P-- O Oscn BALLARD 57 .ur-xx it """i.. 1 i DEAN I rox ARD Pruldz nt Pres 111311 C EISS Q 1CGI'S BIII VNXCCONIR R Illl N DX XKIIIIIIH 4611 cr Sffrrfzfy frrxxmcr 1 I-Q if ff? l 5 Helen Anglin William L. Andeiwn Ntirnia Dt-.in Angley Dianne Allen Gaylzind Oscar Bullard Nelwn Ilritizm Iezrn Bennett Bula liellgitti Shirley llilieu lack lilnir Esther Burkhart Iohn Roy lireidlcy Willa Brewton LeRoy Briscoe Vunda Bivvrt Rohert Buchanan Barbara Burnett Fred W. Brock Viwlet Alise Baker Ian Caldwell Iris Canfield Ethel Canning Robert Casey Mary Margaret Carpenter Dale Childers Esther Crane Evelyn Clapp Furley Crunk Alta Chapman Edith Anne Copley Vera Cullen Twila Cypret Opal Curtix Sue Collins Evelyn Cain sf V7 4 'vu rib p-v 1 YT' s... Qtvysw E 1 YQ xrhd-.xx Qi. .4-Q 1 ,- .0- x,. ff Betty Hall Charles lngersol Gayle Iagou Marion Louise I.1rclot Billy Innes Sue Iones Sonny Keys Reinhgxrt Klein Lois Lzxrrgrbee Claudette Leaehman Dean lreonzml Pat Lester Iutlith Long Buzzy Lookalmugh Emily Ann Lowe Louise Manning Marian Mannon Bobby McClure Barham McDonald Doyle Mclflwnin Shirley MeCa'mmon loc Monk Patsy Meehan Tommy Mercer Mary Frances Mcliuskle George Moore luck Moser Riley Mercer Geraldine Miller Marilyn Norris Barbara Nelson Carol Ann Noske Ramon Owens Shirley Paris Betty lane Patton Bill NVagg0ncr Carl Waite Ruth NVhitmn James Watkins Dwight Wiiiterlmlter Nwrmu Ie.m White Lilith Whiteheatl Bob Willititm Iexinne Wiirthingtun Rum Williams Tommie West Iatiics Dean W.igner Diircithy M.te XViierZ Iimmic XVebster Iimrnic Wright Lorna Wimpy Ralph Wutcn lf' I-49 X Pulnlicaiions L33 ,qw , I X41 ' 'A 1 X .A A A x . 1 f W f f . lx ,' YY K' 4332? rx , V A I , V X s , X, Xl H ' V- 4 Z I ,,,A. I - :-I 21:4 2 , gy l . Im' -4 . , , n g . , . . ..' ' N N ' ,uf 5' . ,., ,,v,, 4 "aj '?jaf.5 QM- V 111 1 1 1" U fd " 5 , I - vx C I I '.' 'r ' In sv 'NT' . - V ff . . - 3 ' ' "'4',w , W ' ' '1 N I 4. , I 4 N 1 f .,.. -' 'Nl 4 I n 1, n 1 5 1 A an E .. U A E g n 1 . x f ' X '. i if 'Ll Muuux Yomx Pxoneer Queen I apprcuale the honor of bcmb the 1950 Pnonecr Queen and thank cxeryonc who made xt possxblc 67 Kun Www CAROLYN YOUNG Edztor of the Pzoncer I truly appreclate the honor of bcmg Edntor of the Pioneer, and I hope excry student enyoys hrs annual very much . www- -K X ,X r .- ffyif jx wN"W Q ,, , .:,., .. ,, 4 -..::,w., BM, , , :gg qw QM. J, f 'Wit ix -.. X A A ,hw 'Q A A' " 5 f f " 3 5 S v 'ffx gk MRS SI' V FRSON Sponsor WAYNE DFFK Sslqtallt E ltors MARYLIN YORY Afsocxale Editor Busxnrxx Manager 1.1 f x REWARD! ' ' Mx: f KS 3,1000 ' 4' V - 33 ' ' 'X A f X l L QNX ,A W M 'W TW X, 54- K X 'm i xx I HOHOYS HH WE11' fig? 'XX ll QR xx Wu - 2' r A ' 91 f' . 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Viv' 'Q Princess Ann Loy from the house of Engle, escfvrterl by Prince Oscar from the house of Ballard. 76 . 4 Lamly Christie from the house of VVhiIc, escnrterl by Lord Bill frnm the liuusu of King. KX Duchess Sue from the house of Timkcn, escorted by Duke Bob from the house of Andrew. Q-5 9 XL Peggy Taylor :xml Bob Niles, nttcmlnnlm to the King and Queen. M X Carolyn Young. Pioneer Editor, and Harvey Thurman, President of the Senior Class, who crowned the King and Queen. 'CSS' Vera Faye Tomlinson and Charles Adams, altenclantm to the King and Qui.-en. T7 M 'fb 1-xl M" i .R Q ,Q - K .fri Scenes from thc Pioneer Frolic Must hamlmmc scnior RICHARD NVIIII IAM ,iw - Ml M lxrzuitiflil scniiir CIIRISTI,-'K VVHITIZ reg 9 rv-4 Huy most likely to succeed BOB I.I'I'I'I.F - Girl most likvly to succccd IOYCF WILLIAMSON ,. , -1- Q K-75 All -round boy RONNIE BENNETT All-round girl NANCY PI'I'I'S E Boy with the but physique CHARLIQS POCK Best girl dancer THELMA WILSON Best boy dancer JIMMY BRAND iost beautiful iunior CAROL YORK My , n, Q , Girl with the hcst personality IIITITY TA YLOR Iloy with the best personality REGGIE KING xvlikigm if J I qgrgl, Z X52-1 ' I Most handsome junior IlII,I. DAILY to- CT., 4.-v Kr , P Girl with the Most friendly boy Must fricntlly girl bfs' f'2U'f RAY LUNSFORD VERA NYE Tomi ixsow CATHERINE TEMPLE Girl with the most attractive smile IOY WILSON Boy with the most attractive smile IIM MARLOW fb-hw PEGGY TAYLOR Crossman Award I only wxsh I deserved thls honor half as much as I apprccxate xt I 471 'Q fx! 1 fx LlQ3X7ClI1l1qlCl1L f 'Y 1 X X 1 f X A V X , i , x Q I V Y . ff I' t I I . I i X 'f If ,i fly .A I ,V 4 V, II, A6 . K' , N 41 I I 1 f! ' Q' 6: I , I f , YQ! 1 'q Mfr 1' ff s ' , ' ' , , 1 jg? ' IZ 1 X X 4 ' WY i X ' , r ff ,V x'f, f' ' X I . f ' f , x I .v I. X a 5 Q . 'D GEORGE KENNEDY Presxdent of Student Counal The crcdxt for the fmc work done by the Student Councxl thns year rests squarely on the shoulders of lts mem ers 82 .. , ,., ' f 'fu""f , , George Kennedy, president, rifeiving thc gnu-l from Ruth Enix, retiring prcsiilcnt. Seiiteml: Peggy Tavlur, Berry Diiiiigliii, Ibiinugi llc-uscl, Vera Faire Tomlinwn, Mus Mnrkwcll, sponsor, Harry Mills. Mr. Tinilu-n, principal, Imam Gilbert, In-.in Wgilxh, Marilyn Orgain, Frances Fmhee. Ucuclent Council lnstallation tuclent Council Mem ers Scared: Dfinna Hcusel. Lucille linix, Mari' VViiril, Fri-m.i Hnrrix, Peggy Tgiilwr. wirctnri. Mm Markwcll. spunsor, George Kenneclv. prckiclrnt. Huh Nilex. Vcm Faye Tuinlinson, parlia- mcntarian, Betty Douglas, treasurer, Suc Timken, Mary Ieanette Wiley. Second mw: luis Mfliule, Iwhn Brmilu. Lynn Rwlwrrx. ik-nc Ciiwgin. lhrligirzi Bilieu. Iohn Anderson, Bc-tty Taiylur, Pat Grzihiim, Ioann Frxink, Bernice Stecker, Auclrcy lilleclgc, Ioyc Hauklemiin, Alta Chgipmiin. VVinsel Slimn, Bill Smiitli. Third row: Mark Pgivnc, Hziriey Thurman, Raymiincl l.unsf-ircl, Baker Hfikurney, Riuhnril Willham, Phillip Hansen, we Y 'fi 45 IOYE MQDOLE MARILYN YORK RICHARD WILLHAM MARTHA BAUMAN DORIS HUMPHREY GEORGE KENNEDY PEGGY TAYLOR 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, participation in religious and community activites, and cooperation with students and teachers. luniors Who Received Honorable Mention Donna Heusel, Carol York. Nancy Pitts. Betty Tgiylor, lune Kucchenmcister, and Philip Hansen I L.. 'il' v 5. - J X 4 11 if Al A Q fan Q 4 ' ! i S I ft l , v 5 I f?lE '-' "'rv"":f.Z1!4Km.v. 9. wsu 51.i5'or Alcott .incl stuclcnt cimminissioiuws. . ltunorziry polite chief, lirtitcn- ants, czipttnns. and officers. C.ipt.iin of detectives: lieuten- ants of traffic and patrol. Honorary editor. Chemiuil engineer :ind city- county health inspector, . H. S. Students Govern City In observance of the first annual National Kids Ugly. students took part in the city governmentj Student Council officers tool-z positions as public officials aided by students who were chosen for the respective offices by a committee of student commissioners. 87 fr, ' RN.. ,ogg N - , wggxi - A uw fam' L 'fl' r- H . - 1M11' ei: ' "' Q ., -mv? 1.3. ' ' i X jk ,W S J 'Q 'E PJ-W f 4 , wx QR ' '25 S, 5 .gy f41'-"- vwgblg ,Q :: Q.: W ...,.. . ws.. um FQ. Q , . vo x Q 'N fx -- X ,NL ,, ,gi wft ' ' '4 , ff'-:HF '.y,,Lvg Jrnus Ill NIIIHRLH zdcnl of N111 mmf Honor fmzfty In 1 ilu olhnr oillurs mel xmrnlwus for h I mmm Honur Sow c pmg mc make tw lsuuus . Q. nv! N ?. I 3 " I' W' . V lv ' k '- I want to thunk 411 - ' 1 ' ' i ' ' lv Q Hmm, is V ' 4' 5 ' ",.:,.,, : I Q iv 5. 9' E 3 Y fy O' 'nag F' 1 , Q , 1 gi' 2 l K I ' sg I 3 . -.QE j fi ' ir bf f 3 , H23 1 1 f ,...-.4- ,-. 'Q 1 Neg i'xi iii V -ml" Iol-IN Bnooxs Prendent of Stale Honor Society I want to thank all the members and offxcers of State Honor Soclety for their fme cooperatxon thls year sv'-.7 V fi X LJ 4 X N x, ,K . K vb, 1 , 1. 446 x g 5 Ll.-XRY IDA CAMPBELL Prexident lnternational Understanding Crganization Meeting, December 6, 1949 First row: Betty Penrml, licnita Esparza, Frema Harris, Mrs. Brock, Miss Ingram, Sallie Atwcll, Kay Robbins. Second row: Mary Ida Campbell, Helen Denny, Miss McXVethy. ,.. ... A.. ..,. -f-w 4-qv was mi X Fifi, ' l . . X 3 , . Christine Lowry, Ann Stewart, Betty Douglas, Mrs. Perry Norris, Mrs. O. E. Wilson, Mrs. E. S. Larraibce, Mrs. W. K. Kuechenmeister, Mrs. F. A. Bilyeu, Mrs. O. A. Hilton, Betty Ann Lewis. Y-116011 First row: Ruby Eager, Miss Meacham, Nan Francis. Cynthia Canfield. Second row: Ann Loy Engel, Ianet Higgins, Carol Noske, Pat Graham, Lois Iarrabee, Ioy Hackleman, Iudith Long. Third row: Esther Burkhart, Marilyn Norris, Thelma Wilson, Christine Lowry, Louise Car- penter, Betty Ann Lewis. Fourth row: Vera Faye Tomlinson, Betty Ruth Taylor, Barbara Duncan, Vonda Bivert, janet Hilton, Ellen Hughes, Mona Hesser, Martha Douglas, Carol York, Martha Bauman, Nancy Pitts, Barbara Arnold, Betty Thompson, loy Wilson, lane Hackleman, Barbara Bilyeu. Fifth row: Betty Douglas, Ian Caldwell, Ann Stewart, Doris Humphrey, Onita Fiseus. AWN VP-495' ti .,... .few 9, "7 2.8 QQ-QMQQ K 3 E X,,,KY 3 F-14 C-4 CD F" !1""4 'OL -f-4 r--4 5-4 'V-1 F' v-1 CD V rv C ': .5 E vu .E P 11 I 11 L: S' 5 as f-I .ac N -J-I ...- c :N ': 2 T IE U .Ei C re ,- va .., E 45 ': C V3 lf, N it 3'wL', L-s. E .5 E .Il c: r: 4 ZA E L-I 'E a.: E C5 .E .C .. C P. U E : .. I s.. LL 5 c: fi -C .- Zi c .- ..-2 E' 2 'E QJ :rf C 11 E .C I U 1... -Q.. .32 TI P' 'E I.. rs U V C r: cf ru E 2 .JK 3 :ri U C fx ,- Q 1 3 ni E T -C l"' Y Hlgglns, Iixlccn Dye, Ioy VV1l- mna Hess:-r, Harbaa Bilycu. Ruby M. JFPCIIICF. C ise Lou son, xl LZ P3 U 'U 1: rd F3 an ,C 2 LE 3 n E A :E E .C an ii u Z u 5 61 U va L. U "3 11 U 'TI U U .C u 6 I.. rv U E, 21 'Z -F .A- .. rv G- 2 'J 2 x. ru .C , . u 'E Ex E-' Q cl CL U LL .QE .. o P' F: , -. E 1 11 Q Z2 2 'E if 1 L. rs C- 2 u 1 .C M 4 7 c: .1 E F- c: r: 42 bi E r ... -E 5 ,... HARVEY THURh1AN Presidmt The Stillwater "S" club is composed of athletic lettermen in all fields of competition. WSH Clula First row: Harvey Thurman, Iim Remy, Clifford Smith, Bob Garrett, Bennie Schatz, Iohn An- derson, Dale Ross, Sam Burch, Ray Lunsford. Second row: Coach Robie Biggs, Iim Stephenson, Ive Monk, Bill Carr, Gene Randolph, Ioe Simon, Ray Owens, Earl Lunsford, Bob Andrew, Bill Finley, Gene Donovan. Third row: Sonny Keys, Bill Iones, Iohn Gillum, Tommy Nicholson, Iordan Heisler, Travis Kendall, Ronald Leaverton, Carl Berry, Ed Roberts, Gene Cowan. fl .. f xx Q Fly W ALf1X fun i 2? If wi ' 2 Z xx X ff! X Mx X 1 5 X A KF X I xi 1 . I. .IS ,wfam 1""' 'N' XIDRNIA F xx Q ULLX AR In 11167110 Fulmc Homcmu cm 0 flmcrzra nun xcry prummcm ln QIHS d 'X IX mul 1 IIN ULN md all 1 1 ns wean a grail honor to b L lts prcsxdcm tor lh1S year 107 X ,, .X f -H 'ff'-f -' The Stillwater Chapter of F. H. A. has l " 'f 1' ' ' ' r 4 in ..1:g LI ag ' 'g " k A' . it Seated: Ann Stapley, corresponding secretary: Oneta Geller, historian: Mary VViley, vice-presi- dent and program chairman, Norma lean Collyar, president, Ioyce Williamson, secretary, Geraldine Lewis, treasurerg Phyllis Wiley, parlimentarian. Standing: Mrs. Brock, advisory Klara Friedemann, song leader, Vera Faye Tomlinson, reporter: Darlene Schmidt, achievement chairman, and Miss Brown, advisor. P. H. A. Ciiicers History The Future Homemakers of Amer- ica was formed for the purpose of de- veloping leadership and social quali- ties within the minds and lives of high school students in the field of home economics. F. H. A. is founded on the principle that more is achieved through group cooperation than is achieved through individual competi- tion. Membership is open to any girl who has had or is taking homemaking and who lives up to the standards set by the club. F. H. A. activities include many projects and recreational func- tions! The state rally held in Oklahoma 106 City is always attended by the Still- water chapter. Last summer four F. H. A.'ers- Norma Collyar, Mary Ieanette Wiley, Vera Faye Tomlinson, and Marybelle Trent-attended the Regional Conven- tion held in Memphis, Tennessee. Vera Faye, past state president, is now serv- ing as student editor for the student section, 'KWh:it's New In Home Econ- omicsf' The club mothers are Mrs. Iohn Heusel and Mrs. Eugene Powers. The F. H. A. advisors are Mrs. Elizabeih Brock and Miss Marian Brown. QW. . Q IIJCIS r-4 il TJ e-4 W4 L au LA E if .1 9 5 E 3 7 X. Eu :: E Z L u... lm U 5 L ,X -5 Q, 2 5 D. - T1 2 :L P1 C ef il I S 'E 5 .. E U VJ E ,Fi L a O 1. .1 va ,E Lk E z 2 2 f La J .1 .1. Q .. Z fi ,- .1 1 1 f f ,J J L1 1... L 1, can Fel 'mnlxnwnl Shirley Flemer, I '1 l, Vera Faye Alwcl lic Sal Q :J E .1 E Fi x.f I Q , 1-5 1, V 1 2 12 5 .IZ '1 ry Kay , MA I I1 FC' ary Hcllc T ricdcmann, M F ' risnc Sec md row .rgs QU-: '--U Nt.-Q ig., .LSE fi: ,als :-f 41.1 -r: Eid ,"""'2 5:2 35,2 Alf j , 55 EEQ 223, "wil ,MR 425 d- 5125 115 -53 ELL: :Cc -1141 .i 332,56 2--L-bx -:sz C23 E240 . E' ui .U,. EEE Zgul ,A :HB U Z EEZ? .3"' EE- C V 2 5, AC Ts? C.-.35 5: T EE: 'Sc EQ: U in 132 L..f1 - f'I"ff: 2:6 ,ciffn C ENE? LEED: :ef r5g J: .. E34 mid E E En: -U mlm K l4aVr1nn:1 l,nng.m, Bunnrc Gnncx. Ruth Furgawn, Oncta llgrrrn. l lousing: Realccoraffng Lllfllllg Room A rea Aclvanccul Cloliluing Scared: Suzanne Taylor, Ruth Brown, Delores Muller, Dr-mthy Rickstrcw, and Elem' Decker. Sranclrngz Barbara Srvppl Mrs. Brock, Martha Dnwell. Suzanne XNhnc, Christia XVhnc, Inycc Raton, Mary Wllry. Wrlma Ratzlaff, Bonnie Games, Helcn Holley, Vera Faye Tumlinson, Ioycc Hill. 1 ,I e Q Y r 5 l SPRINC STYI F RI VIFXK gn, .M nh Pan 0 r IIN SCHOOL WEAR NNN-M. 00 0 if-4.. SUITS AND COATS DRESS CLOTHES Q 3 . , . 2 . 7 M ,W V X! , . -1 ai Q' 'ji gm , 3, Q- '?:gif'5 i , . J Y E . X f 5 K , g I as 4 . ,. W ' , 7 S' f ! 3 55 , I' S A 1 4 f Y ,E 5. E PAT Scmannn Future Farmers of Amenca uecn F F A chapter II2 ' Q It is a great honor to be chosen queen of such a swell group as the Stillwater :-xx lloh Smith, rcportcrg C. O. l4JllNOl', gulviwrg Hula l'.tync, st-qtcntryg l7.ulc VVc:ltl'lcrs, prCsitlCnt: Pat Schcrrr, quccn: lilvm Puwcrs, vtccfprcxttlrtttg Ltmcx Oxlmrn, scntincl: antl Mack Payne, treasurer. F. F. A. Qllicers P. F. A. Mem ers B First row: C. O. l.nhur, aclviwrg Bolt Smith, Bula l.lyl1C, llalc VVc.rthcrs, Pat Scherer, quccng Elvin Powers, Mack Payne aml Ittmcx Oslmrn. Second row: Carol Human, I. C. W.tlkcr, Sunny llmwn, lalln li.rrl Allinwn, l.cwi5 Scott, Doyle Mclilwnin, Icrry Ward, Ruger Marlow, Iilswurth Swtshcr, and liulwruy Fields. Third row: Dcwaync lftnlcy, Roy VVatkim, Nvil ll.tm, I.r.'luc- lltuks, Orvtl Atkins, Max Red. clout, Leo wVl'1llIllUl'C, Wattttic I-Lula, nntl Iirlix Grccn N ' K his , , -lr? f'l Summer Lamp wus.. Scenes from the FFA Summer Camp. is Above and left, getting a' tlrink from ii muun- tain spring. Qlj Hub Smith, Mack Payne, Ellis Allinson, and lJcVVayne Finley. Czj Dale Weath- ers, Bob Smith, Neil Ham, and jerry VVard. S S f :W Iames Osborn, Mack Payne, Dewaync Finley, Ellis Allinson, and Neil Ham are resting after an all-day hike. W Neil Ham, Dewayne Finley, Mzrck Payne, and Dale VVcuthers having breakfast, The picture shows the whole group that went on last summers trip. They are: Neil Ham, Bob Payne, Marvin Miracle, Mark Atkinson, Iamcs Osborn, Ellis Allinson, lerry Ward, DeWayne Finley. Bob Field, Dale VVeathz:rs anal Mack Payne. N . bccncs lrom lllc li. l:. lx. lQ-l-Q Banquet CORONATIUN Bill KClIll, Lilllan Puw- ers, lunc Marluw, Elvin Powers, Donna Fash, and loc Simon. President, Queen, and their gucszs at thr- banquet: Mr. Russell, Mrs. Rumcll. Mr. Eu- gene Powers, Mrs. Powers, Elvm Pow- ers-Prcsimlcnt, lun: Marlow-quccn,Mrs. R. A. Marlow, Mrs. Wayne Booths, and Mr. Boorhc. mf -U1 1? F IICDNURARY K1l2N1llliRS lrmlirn. ' mv. Dru' VV. lhln lulllx. Mr. Cllr: Nll XVc'.ml1rrm xl.: premium! lm. Mr. l--c l' y fx' ,'kL Q32 A is Sl my 4 Is, KH: 3 'Q Q, " ,. iff-lgigpg x ,ff " if ' 2511 5-V ,,., , .azg f it vw, F + W., 9 "J,.or is Q ,s fi. 'as in Y' 7 Q Q , 'SI B.. f 4 ' f" Wu-K N135-f W' ,V NIIQCI IANICAI. DRAXVING lhiiiilil Hut, Hub l'.iynC, Fugrnc ll.ll'Ill'Il, Mr. Sliirigli-run, Iilum Nixim. l.ug.in ll.irgrrwzt, MM- rfin Ihiwcrx, lfrcil Ilippulml. Stcplivn Cliiircli. lla-lwyn lliclc- I cv, Nmlwn liritmn. Ikilc Rubin- mn, Iriry l'11riliiiil limb Piclmlm Muck Ilixnc, Inmux Wright, Ilil llirncx, Ciiml Sritcs, :md Yum Pcrkinx. WELDING AND FORGING Mike Dunahoo, Travis Kendall, Dale VVathers, Inc Simon, ici ry Innes, Bill Lambert, Gene Randolph, Mr. Shinglcton, and B. R. Stubbs. HAND VVOODW ORK Wulu Vlffmliuirtli lambs WV1t X llil 9 h Iwrrx lxmuti rx Y ird l lit C 1 is lu I mn Luim I' inn i Ll rr is Inpuwl I mn lvlilkrinnnrt Munn C immicikln Mr C irnnr :mu Oxburn Hub IJ mu mil Riuhird C, mer Mr. Garnefs eighth grade metal work class. II7 ,git ' , fm' . .4 'f'st,, 1+ t frgli First row: Barbara Arnold, Annawyn Dclienning, Martha Bauman, treasurerg Norma Winstead, Noel Iohnson, Richard Willham, vice-president, Kenneth Dunn, and Don Graham. Second row: lim Patterson, lane Hackleman, Bob Little, Sylvia Brakebill, secretary, Charles Poek, president, Mrs, Linthicum, sponsor, Panthea Niles, Norma Ican Collyar, Betty Taylor, and Carmelita Tinker. Thespian Drama Club Debate Team Table one: Kenneth Dunn, Ronald Iones, and Iimmy Webster. Standing: Annawyn Delienning. Table two: Lynn Roberts, Mrs. Linthicum, instructor, George Moore, Martha Puckett and Mary Ida Campbell. 2 a as .Q Af 1 .I 1'-"5 ' ai 7 jr H W ,gp 1 . If 5:51 , , :f , r' :fue--:S:fCN' 'Q 'I .Jr T-.ak V ,izlijm I 1. w D .,,,,,, , .5 wi H Pham, i 74 V K Q5 if , 5 ' rf. ' L. . , " if ., U . .. M.. , 1, ad. .gg Wh p 3 Q Q . ,Q , 2 x1 Miygg . , 9 vr 1 1 Standing: Gloria Rutter and Mrs. Emmons, teacher First ruw: Arless Moser, lemma Barnett, llartta Kee. and Betty Ham, Second row: loann Frank. Betty Io Drew, Ontta Fiscus, and Kathryn Fenton. Third row: Nancy Pitts. Marilyn York, Doris Humphrey, and lane Hacklcman, SHORTHAND sa. First row: Ann Montague, Donna lean Fash, Audry Ann Elledge, Dona White, Darlene Woolworth, Yvonne Lawson, and Wilma Ratzlaff. Second row: Ellen Hughes, Sue Autry, Reggie King, Helen Denny, Louise Carpenter, Rachel Riley, Pat Edwards, and Kay Robbins. Third row: Harry Thompson, Edith Caldwell, and Peggy Williamson. CULVER'S TYPING I DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION First row: Edmond Rutter, Robert Coats, lack Locltett, and Ierry Davison. Second row: Delores Stone, Doris Cullers, Carol Kerhy, Ortetta Caldwell, Don Honeyman, Doris lean Smith, and Bonnie Turner. Standing: Mr. Frxedemann, teacher. .k... u 'Z' 4 ..,,,.-v-ww-we L 4. ffxf ,-.4 f -fill: X5 Y' il 4' 4 5 z Apu! ,R 5 S' lr H mg, -2 55" 1 f ! ggi.. la" 5 314, -S., w V Q, V1 is caciicrs Siuciy AllLiiL7-Xliilld Eciucaiion Members of the Stillwater Education As- sociation spent several evenings in an audio-visual workshop. Mrs. Bryan and Mr, Martin are working the film strip machine. Miss Becker is showing Miss In- gram :ind Mrs, Mclilwain how to operate the projector. AQ 'nz Miss McVVethy is teaching Mr XVccks and Miss Huffine. w a i - W., K +f .3 L , -,1,-ff .,wh'. 5 ' 'vi i ss , Q , mf , xx J fn- , ,t , dV,'v' ' o i ..,l AIAA v b h Q , Eq: in grin... .A. - .' . V A, isf3,,f- 2 - ,... .- I fb' A 5 0. HKU Eff' o 0 . 3 i, -",, ' 'ff i 4 'Q fx. vig. ' Q " , I , . .if ' , . 1 'A 5 V' Q". x' sw. 9' f ,fs 1-4 I - 1-.-i 'A s O X . Q U 1 , ' . 0' Q . ,W e A A Q " ' R i ' Q it - I Nl . , . . 1 ' ' , Prehistoric animals mails from macho. Scenery was drawn by High School Class. fP:1stclla was uscdj t Members of Iunior High Art Class hold their paper mache' figurines of prehis- toric animals. of wi I. FIITIH-'f is I ,pm 'Q .J First row: Miixinc Reynolds, Velma Swisher, Flcne Decker, lane Hacklcman. Second row: Ioye McDolc'. Arleas Moser, Alice Ryan, Marilyn York. Third row: N-irnia la-gin Faster, Geraldine Lewis, Fdmond Rutter, Sidnie lo Bishop, Norma Wimtcgiil. Fourth row: loc Simon, Lloyd Harnden, Betty Drew, Linda Lu Leachman. Mrs. Bryarfs serond hour Englixh IV i5 busy working on vocations. Senior English Classes Mrs. Swersonk English Lflerature class is li.rtc'ning to Macbeth. First row: Donald Davis, Mack Payne, Gene Donovan, Harry Thompson, Martha Dowcll. Second row: Fcnn DeMoss, Iohn Monk, Orvclta Caldwell, Don Trompler. Third row: Bonnie Gaines, Carolyn Young. Standing: Mike Morrison, Tom Sloan. sa. X. Al K El , ig., f X 5 . .y I 5515 Projects by Auclry Ann Elledge, Dell Miller, Don Horton, Bobbie Carol Montgomery Leon Linton, and Tom Sloan. Englisli ll Boolzrcport Projects Pmiects by Patsy Copeland, Carol York, Wesley Woolworth, Marvin Bays, and Ester Niles. Q.-:tsl , :I 11. l ' rr:--i .1 '. ' V I Lise 3 Y 4 if ,swf 55 Q Q QI H I'roit-cts lvx' Holi Little, Hclcn Holley. Darlene Schniitlt, Nancy Pitts, Bill Lambert, Knox Hamilton, Rogcr Such. Rolwrt Coats, I-lcnncth Payne. antl Mollyann Platt. .. . littglislt Il Thfse projects constitute one type of book report used in the English II cltisscs. Each proit-ct was to illustrate in some way the subject matter of the book rcntl. Pmiects hy Barham Stcpp, Iohn Anderson, Neil Goble, and Marvin Miracle. CUETUNE5 . a. 'ge I 1 t .xr ,aa ri? ff! ' r. 'e vw: EAFQLY FUQITAN5 my wmv' -stllstesrsr-ws,-is 1 ws 3 'P ff, M111 dr? Xfsvsfl, f ., . I 1 . D I Q ,mf zfmfldl ..-, f 2-1. f ki-,ck 51711. -4 .4 '. UML. , " 1 -f"'1fiuf ,f M -1.4 1 ff 1 r I , is. . f 4 , ff MC., 1 , af, .1 -6121-.jg ,bell fl-Citi hfv fn . . .Q 4,, NW. Q X , W f ,. 'www 1 A K ' ' if . il f ,lf 111 if,-nf ' 1 :Q C, 1 J , fgwfl. . ,, il' , -32, .- 731,---W-5, I., -' , ' gf"fv,f 412215, ftftw- . , , f gf ' 741 WAV H Qyf 1-X, f, "5 f 1 " 4 , ff ru f.,-'M r, , L, . A f .. .. , J ap- .,n, s hx' if ,f., ,a , ix .7 0 a' Jw ,.' X Q57 .- 4-, 8. Q E Q gh .fb Q 4 .wit W. sw ' fe YS I I fx X f X - 5. A Z H wg A 51 2.14 Mac Knhl, Hllly l'1lH1Cf', R.15m.r Ivy XVMVCH, and Lynn VVcbb. American History Boolzreport Project Durma lambs, Miss Markwell and Dorothy Ives. 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I Q 1 tillwaler High cliool Q E Y as m N Kara Georgia Pat Scherer Macie Ann Farley Patsy Meehan Vena Seago Bob Lee Willie Varnum Mary Lou Scherer Tommy Tucker Noami Lamb Merle Palmer Iohn Mills Rosemary Hauf Marguarite Bullock Allen Gray Linda Thompson Charlotte McBride RICHARD WILLHAM Prcxident Bax: C lairncl Don Graham Almon Havcnstrite Flute Maurine McAnulty Lucille Enix Darlene Schmidt Gayle Iagou Oboe Markeyta Hladky Nan Francis Alto Saxophone Shirley Paris Guy Fiscus Ruthie Martin Tom Underwood Ban Tenor Saxophone Dewey Brett Baritone Saxophone Eldred Surber Bar: Saxophone Fred Brock Bassoon Margery Enix Norma lean Collyar C ornct Bill Waggoner lohn Brooks Philip Hansen Jimmy Nicholson Bill Hawkins Elfreda Rader Richard Underwood EDWARD BARNES PAT SCHERER Vice-President Secretary-Trearurer I-1 'R N Y i 'cillwater High Sc Donald Dean Davis Gerald Human Gilbert Day Bob Williams Ierry Dunn French Horn Edison Tingley Doris Kieth Bob Easton Shirley Rigg Donald Garner Ioyce Aldrich Iames Quimby Don Buchanan Trombone Bob Little Bill McMurtry Bob McMurtry Eneth Randolph Furley Cook Euphonium Elton Nixon Bill Easton Logan Hargrove Bill Thompson Sousaphonc lohn Butler George Ducltwall Richard Willham Philip Kenyon 11001 Band Percursion Baker Bokorney Marvin Bays loctta Bennett Audry Ann Elledge Bill Blair Ann Stewart Virginia Smith Marirnba lean Hawkins Twirler: Darlene Schmidt Maurinc McAnulty Nan Francis Naomi Lamb Edward Barnes Bar: Viol Donna lean Heuscl Charles Pock George Thomson Betty lean Stancoff DOVNTA HEUSEL MAURINE MCANULTY BAKER BOKORNEY BOB LITTLE Librarian Asst. 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ISI Gene Donovan Zane Stites Carl Berry Dir P4 K Hffmiriiilt- Nif-ma Sr Cent:-r 'ioplx tk-iitc-r Ir I.ntl Stillwater . . Garber Stillwater . 'Bristow Stillwater 'Ponca City Stillwater 'Drumright Stillwater . . 'Perry Stillwater . 'Chilocco Stillwater 'Blackwell Stillwater . 'Guthrie Stillwater . 'Cushing Stillwater I9 . . Shawnee 2:7 148 TOTALS 139 Won four, lost six. '8-A Conference games. Cliff Smith Soph Fnd Bob Sloan lr, Guard Ronny Lcavcrton Sr. Guard Inst, R-A Tcam Ioe Simon Sr, Guard Sam Burch Ir. Guard lim Sutton Sr. Guard Travis Kendall Soph, Tackle lim Holtlriclgc Tom Waite Elvin Powers Tommx Nicholson Ir Tacklc Soph Tackle Sr 'lickle Soph Tackle Dist. 8-A Honuralle Mention Dist. 8-A Honorable Mention TT. First row, A team: lack Geller, 1413 lbs.: Mark Atkinson, izo lh5.g Ronnie Hanes, 127 lbs limmy Tourtelottc, 133 lhs.: Kelly Hoffer, 138 ll1s.g Hank Rogers, 154 lbs: Earl Lunsford 165 lbs. 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