Stillwater High School - Pioneer Yearbook (Stillwater, OK)

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Egg-xg-::g,1-.','x 'I ' A: f--1-pr, V143-,.,,.-. v y I I I A .I " it em it E' Es ll E ill, llfi ff- er H' ,, - -- ,, -.,, Q ia. v-1-Thi-N . ,dries ,5,,.,gib,' x, .F , "'ff2- v -' - 3 ' 1 We ' ge' - - ,wi -5, A any . . . X il-,' ' if ,ff f" . - . xi 't fd . I- ef f, ,s - 42?-,f la., 4. he beginning of :i new year brings about many things in the mind of ri freshman. VVaiking up those steps for the first time is an experience long to be remembered. 26 ..,,,, 5 M-4, ' 7,5 inf? . cf N. , . 1: 4 4 fm ! 'fin B' X A 4 Ill lll 355 AJ? gl.- 1 rs in an ,.v, 'A Us ln! -Q. xx I .m- inn vu m xr 'lf 11zXT1llsgMwl 1x mu L.n.V11'l111x1xI11.1l FUN, EXCITEMENT - 11 If 1 fi mm Il 4 A. 1141 thc vlxmllwxlxxxxn'11rM ' l Yf . E " B QL we g . ,wk - . b W AW -w 1 I I J 5353 ' f xl ' rg , ,, ' ' 'R Q J Qi' ,gy . .,-Y 's' -Q A ,vi , 1 X 'I' 'ffl 4 jr- bfi 1' 3 1' E 1 ' .. W . -. . , , ,H , - f-15, ' ? 4' -9 --5 f 1 'af 5... 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Hn- " "Him ..J1.3f?i ' 5 . is r. 3.55-f'-we-' x ..... 1 wh-.-1152: '3 .A "' ,sfv-3, . ff A, -. y , W., 5-Masq ,ff is TS' fx 2 X. ,gfgq ' --W 5 wk- R -XV V , .4 ,K x.. v - o v x s AX' ' ' 5 QU' i ,C ku. All itiniors will .always remember that American History class in their junior year. Nltiiiy important facts are learned in this class. AND 'RITHMETIC The last required class for the senior? For some it is exciting and for others, very sad. Nevertheless, when they leave they certainly know a great deal about English composition. 3 SPECIAL INTEREST Christmas is :in exciting time in Miss licckcfs Spanish clnsscs. VVhcn thc pinqitti is broken. ll quick run for thc swccts is matic. Many ititcrcsting whit-li must hc know hotisckvvpcr :irc lcairnctl in the hoincintiking cl.isscs. IN CLASSES things n hy the .4 , Here is n part of thc iuninrrscnior play cast practicing for one of the most important events ot the year-The Innior Senior Play. "S-. Jw Q. i A S .sh .iv ww? 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Everyone IN in his lwsl spirits. lillUXX'lIlg this will lic .1 night hc will allxxxiys rrmcm INCLUDES SGCIAL LIFE The Fmlicl The only all-sulimil alrvmss up Llgincc was unc of thc most Successful wt. ifurimis fmiplvs await ilu- frmxiiiiiig or the llioiiccr Quccn giml thc royal couples rcprcscming thc classes. lvcr I5 i You will never know whether it 115 you give us a television, n dog, Jr' 3, 425 I i - 1. f ., 'JW . , af ,OO 2 Q lg: 4 W PJ .ff Hg-if J ,ff -M ik ?filB3ZiP2 I fEM,iiH: ye' X33 3? if L.-. A., ,as 1: x, L nk 1 rc cxpu xtudx lull Thus QX ILIIN IS Q THE INEVITABLE ' 4 iQ is what you cull lust minute Cl'.lINiI1f' which. of course, is very seldom 4 one Host stualcms Qlonqt hclicxe in ilu K N 45 'x Student Council election campaign assemblies are a time for fun for all students. Everyone joins in on the excitement. SCHOOL ACTIVITIES Faculty vs. Varsity-a very interesting and hysterical game. Students seeing how the teachers can play is an unusual situation. A 'lflirls after thc boys" coultl hc 11 somewhat ctnbarrgissing situation, lwut in most crises it doesnt bother the girls, for wc all know the boys lore itl ARE VARIED Thr' school lunchrootn oftvn turns into nn 'llctivityf' By the time we fight in line, put salt in our conip:inion's food, steal another companions hrcad, and make pyraunitls out ot napkins, we have had our noontime entertainment. s i L'V'.EL1 '-.--Swan . Ya. 1 9 z x K K g' - . ' . K. Q . N Q K i --31 x . I ,S . ,. .ka , :g"' iilfl 'iiil gli!!! ll' .yo 1 1 l" ' 9:9 Lia., g , . 'U' ,, ,viii-0. .. .f,,Aj. .-A ., fy T .rg ,A M F 'Y XE , e 3 QQ H J S3 as W 5 A 1 f 4' -rf. V' '-5- A , J. mg ,J 2 in ., .ppt-', s we leave dear ole SHS we know we shall newer forget the many services the people here have rendered us. We, the scmor class, salute Qgmr, I +0----'- ' 0 VU VND Ylgvvig vs Q e fi I 3 gfgg 1 V wiv. 0 1 ,fegggr iufb- , .. . . 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S1111 t11 ll 1611 1 ' J 11 S. 1 '1 - Q fir JJ Y""""b qv crrw Raul Stndv Smith Nlxrai 'Nlesseneer Ice IH 1 cn! .Secretary Treasurer Bob Arnold Phil Caskey Kay Davies Historian Parliamentafian Publicity Reporler sored by the council and financed by civic clubs were held for the outstanding athletic teams. The Lhristrnas projects were helping, the l:.T. X. Club clothe 't family and collecting, food for the Hi-Y and Tri-Hi-Y food baskets. The Council's big project was recording and selling records. On these records there were excerpts from as- semblies, plays, pep rallies, and many other student and school activities. ln the fall, four delegates were chosen to attend Southern Convention at lacksonville Beach, Floridag and four were chosen lo attend State Convention held at Bartles- ville, Oklahoma. One of the rnost devoted persons in the Council is the sponsor, Andy Murphy. He has served the Council very faithfully for the past seven years. Row Row Row Row Row STUDENT COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVES Mr. Murphy, yponxorg Smith, Messenger, Delaporte, Reed, Davies, Arnold. Powell, Valerie Barnes, Adler, McCaffree, Killian, Parrott, WVils0n, Iones. Wolfe, Sewell, Collyar, YVallace, Mullendore, I,eCrone, Preston, Greiner. Baker, Cypret, Endorf, Hazelton, Osborn. Walton. Burris, Howerton, Irwin, Miller, Daniel, Vicki Barnes. For the first time in Stillwater high school a football banquet was held for which Student Council was responsible. 26 Student Cfouneil works very hard at each football and basketball game with the con' cessions. Row Row Row Row Row Row L STUDENT COUNCIL ALTERNATES Powell, lohnston, Taylor, Thompson, Cudd, Felkins, Bradley, Russell. Mack, Stevens, Mat'Alpine, Sewell, Moore, Gallagher, Berger. Mullendore, Marsden, Thomas, Herr. lones, Saint, VVard, Russell. Andrews, Fry, Swank, Greiner, Lewis, King, Boggs, Overholt. VVallace, Overholt. Henderson, Mclirosky, Beauchamp, L. VVallace, Epperley Knox, Clifton, Gray, Rippy, Dobson, Babcock, Phillips. w K 28 Scawcpzwnlieimmdswdedgamwd Q ii NATIONAL HONOR OFFICERS liruce Irwin, fvrc1c1dc'f1t,' llharlcs llestgintl. r'r4c'fp1'c'.-'1dr'r11,' l'.tt l3unc.in, ,wcrettlryftlc't1,f1u'er'. he National llonor Society promotes .1 desire tor the huilding of scholarship, leadership, chzimcter. .ind serx ice. Scholarship is the Iirst .ittrihute considered in selecting the memhcrs of this organiza- tion. A prospeetixe mc-mher must rank in the upper ten percent ot' his class, WIIICII usually means h.ixing .1 grade inc-r.ti,ge of at le.tst three point fixe. Five percent of the senior inemhers are selected in their iunior year. .intl Irom these memhers the officers for the following year are selected. The remaining Iixe percent are chosen in the first semester of their senior ycatr. Lezidership. serxice. .ind ch4ir.icter are the remaining qualifications for admittance to this orgtiniz.ition. 'I'hc-se qunliticgitioiis are considered hy the entire faculty, evaluated by the faculty committee, .ind appointed hy the principal. Nlemhership in this organization is one ol' the highest honors it student can attain, .ind is cherished hy till those who receixe this honor. A person retains his membership utter grattluattion its :in honorary memher. ' Wanna ' E 1' Q, . 1 i 'E .. . I 3 . O ,Qi 'V , e'W'? h1eQ- V' ll-1-'- X X: L . ...ikmef 0 3' :Q 'Q' ' 4 -. '- f, Lit, I Q-:QA If ' AA 4 XG i, , 5? STATE HONOR OFFICERS Bill Baumgartner, z'1't'c,fv'f.-'1'def1t,' Ioyce Anglin, 5t't'I't'filI'J',' Bruce Miller, pre.fld:'n1,' Carol Miller, treasurer. he State Honor Society recognizes and encourages scholarship throughout the high school. Membership consists of the top ten percent scholastically ot' each class. Members are admitted the second semester of each year and membership lasts one year with grades being re-averaged each year to find the top ten percent. The grade average is taken from the two preceding semesters. Being able to maintain membership all four years in high school is a distinct honor achieved by very few students. The activities of the State Honor Society include an annual banquet, a pot-luck supper, and the leading of the opening exercises at assemblies. Wann ' - 1 of nip, 4' 1 3 ' 5 9 si 1 . evil' 'A "4q 5. .I W 'if 1 1 I 1 7 Q 'a 4 I - '-I I 5 WIN 4 M " ii" I ,uf Q I9 'J Q Q: ,Q . ? ja u 34 X S, , x fl. 5' I! , S ,f A ' r 1 riff!! X . 5 : V s. ' i ! ' I ' , . , ap :K 5 The Slate Honor ixmgxllntinn sccnc is lucid gn the Sum' Iimwr ILIIHIIICI. New nt- ficers have just been insrnlicd. Ee .if F Scene from the nnmml Sum- Honor ligmquct I , 4' , ' . qsgg f 3 . 'Q x Y N 'Q 'squi- '?"?' J fl ai ,Q if Q.. F UR 11' si' xdmx-f., 1. v 1 S4".Qr.nI 111 ilu' xmmmiwrx .mlungg H1111 Klux IIIQLIIH, xpwzu It V r:1c1mlwrs ul grain' Hwmwr Smiclx. 'bv V Q 4, 3 V K r Q1 -4 1 it 5, X ll IIN nr,.1rcu111mp1l1n,g thc lla! ul 1 .-"f ., ,A ,A- Q'.m 'fic is '-9 xx xg 0-O 5 40 'Q' 323' +021 40 ," 910k . -5? 'QW -if 'Q' .-954 Q .. LAMUSICA OFFICERS Mary Miller. f14H1'c'1Iy ref1of'1c'r',' Shirley lfellcins, 111.-'t0r'1tm,' Clary Cforscr. Z'1Cf' fr'c'.f1dw1I, IoAnn XfX7llll1lCC', ,fffrftafy-t2'ra,i'urcrg llenther xlLlCi'xlPlI1l', prex1dc'n!. nhlusiczi. ti memher of the lunior Dixision of the cllil.ll'lUIIlll lfetlemtion ot Nlusic Cluhs, is at recognized group ot high school stuclents who are eager to work with other musicians guitl :ire anxious to leiirn more .ihout tht- tlittcrent types ot music, the men who compose them, :intl music etluczition. H10 A phase of music. ll composer, or some reliitetl suhiect is usetl tis the theme for each nthly meeting ot the cluh, The theme is illustrzitctl hy the niemhers themselves :is they play typical songs from some niusic.il phiise such its 1412, cl.issic, or liroiitlwziy hits. Ol' g iie ti talk on ai composer who wrote such music. In this way, a memher of l,aNlusicii finds himself developing his musical interests hy participating in xzirious prognirns :intl projects, gintl hy taking part in .1 numher ol other activities throughout thc school year. M Sllrrlcx lwlkrzrx plus tru' llx.l IUIII lil 'vlllg r - v v L' l!.lrlYII4rI1.1l null 'x U! 'lin' lull!! I! 3-. QIIXR. LAMUSICA MEMBERS Rmv I: Ingham W.ull.1cc, Nlrxry Nirllcr, Mary Corsa-r, llcathcr Nl.1u.'Xlpi11c, Shirley Fc-lkrrms Row 1: Kfunnic Cicorgc, Tish CQ.1rr1cr, Tum Sutton. Xiargglrct Humphrey, Betty Srhlegel I Iclcn Schulz. Row g: Linda Swcxlringcrr, Irmmic Slcgclrngxrr, x1.ll'llyH Schrcxwicr, Igmcl Henderson lun x1l1C.'xlPiIlC 2 'L 1 .4 'C7 Ll fs" mg, '11 ,s ab? of' -fv- Tb 3 8 l PEP CLUB OFFICERS Susm 4 us Ona! rhunmun lxathrvn Irtnltlm nw wer K tnger lhus weep 61116711 lredda lei rone preszdfnl lxay Danes nfelazt O Ill HT WIN are the l-rev vxords used by the btxllwater Pep C lub when urgxnb the Plonccrs onto xtctory Whether lt be tootball basketball or nent It ns truly .1 wttal asset to exery sport To become .1 member of Pep C lub all you need ts 1 good panr ot lungs and you must purchase a um torm whxch IS made up ot 1 royal blue slurt md swetter Our only tlnanctal requirement ts payment ot hity cents per semester We began the year by haunt, a rummthe salt helpmy, wxth mixers 1nd concesslons and at our last home football Lame we took up 1 colleetton tor the Oltlahomt Nledtcal Research Foundatton Other ac turtles melude plannmg and performmg sluts for pep ralltes decoratmg goal posts and helpmg wlth home Those pxrls who hate attended all sports events 1n complete umlorm and 1ll l1USlI'lCSS meettnbs may try out tor theerleaders They are coached as a group for .1 smelt by the present cheerleaders and then are yudged nndntdually by .1 panel of Unnerstty cheer leaders Fmallsts then perform before the student body llltl are elected by secret ballot The bullwater htgh school Pep Club IS as much 1 plrt ot our hugh school as any athlettc team ttself i it ' 1 1- ,-'. 1 fr Q' 1- 1 - f' f ,' T . - I , ' ,' '.' T I. -U J- 1. ..- , 1 , , A I 4 A . ' wrestlnng, the Pep Club stands strongly behmd each commg testtvtttes. " . ' ' 'l ' . rl ' ' e . 1 y ' ' y . 'W ' 1 s fx . . A , ,, , .' , Q , L. .' I' g ' 4' , 1 Y l A . n . A v' 1 - ' ' ' 1 Q Y ' . . PEP CLUB MEMBERS Row 1: Davies, Davis, l.eCrone, Franklin, Geis. , Row 2: Mrs. Taylor, sponsorj Helt, Rogers, Vllalker, McDaniel, Long, Driggs, Rennison Killian, Smith. Stark, Palmer, Turney, Fisher, Manning, Mack, Flood, Norton Patton, Derr, Walker, McCollum, Carton, Mrs. Cooper, sponsor. Row 3: P. Schroeder, VVallace, Miller, Garner, Going, Tarlton, Carnes, Young, Preston Iohnston, Burris, Gallagher, Hert, Thomas, Cheatham, Munger, Berry, Russell Gage, Whitely. S. H. S. CHEERLEADERS Carol Berger, junior: Darla Shepherd, junior, Betty Collyar, scmorg Martha Herr, .fCfIi0f,' Pennie Cathey, semiorg Carole Grant, yumor. 40 Row .it lmuis, llclms, Nltilluiitltirt-, NVc.iwr. ligiiigherty, lfltnotl, llam, if.irmit'huel, Ali- 3. Xl. lx. Smith. l vliii. lx l'lxwll. Iriiiw. Nlirsilcii. Xlt'SNt'Ill,14'f, Stlilcliiilwer. Nlgirlmw, I. Schroeder. 7. Wvnxixet. ll. Sem-ll, S. St-wt-ll, Kms 3: Xl l5.lxwll, llyc, lhiiiii. llfirr, Klilrcw, Clirpeiitcr, Lewis. lfoxtcr, liirthgird. K. Circiiicr lmmmix, S. XXX-.ixcr. Y. ligirruw, lfiliiiswn, Xlillrr, Butcher, Xl, Tcrrill, Iuytty Sturm, llmdy, tfiildwt-ll. Rim' fi: Kdys, Gray. Nliller, Sumter. Siiiipsoii. lhiiicl, :Xruher, Taylor. King. Cudd, 5, iirciricr, Ut limswcll. 4 l wlrick, litiggx, Nvlstm, Wfisliiixkgi, Hurt, llurhiiin. fi0fL'Of.lIl, Saint, Prcccdiiig each g.imc the Pep cluh csmrtx the rbmlwiill lmys an the field. Spirits were high .is they waited to tile on the tield helore the Blackwell game. Kaur' ,. , ng . NATIONAL THESPIAN OFFICERS llutth Kratf, fllbflllfl l'lltli'fl71il77,' lirances lflxvell. 1,'rf'fHc',f11fz'11I,' .Xnn llelms, puts!- drnfj llat Sewell, ,fnr'c'1t11'y,' lliclg Knox, lI'c'r1.i'IU'l'7'. ormerly known as Guild, Thespians is a cluh dedicated to promoting speech and speech activities in high school. The change is not only in name, for now we are affiliated with a national organization. As a charter cluh we have participated in some actiiities which we hope will he- come traditions in SHS. One of our main activities is a Thespian play which is pro- duced, acted and directed hy memhers of the cluh. VVe also attended the state convention in Oklahoma City. To hecome a memher one must show a continuing interest in speech and earn ten points in speech activities. VVhen he has earned the ten points he is taken into the cluh as an associate member until our initiation in the spring. Thespian sponsor is Mrs. Gladys Burris. VME The llmrrer inxI.nll.ninn nl the N.IllUI1.ll Tlmespinn Society was held las Seplelnlmer. THESPIAN MEMBERS Rnw 1: Kin. Burris, ,ffonforq Pan Sewell, Ann Helms, llick Knox, Frances lilwell, liutelm limlz. Row 1: Nlary Hnrelmrfl, llmne Thompson, Susan Ross, Linda Burley, Cathy Ilnws. llnw gz Runm l.ee Nlilmy, xlllxl' Nlell. lim lieullelmlnp. luely Smnll. J C7 T7 1 1 N r F.T.A. OFFICERS Sandra Thomas, I!'ftl,w'llI'Cf,' Sylvia Clreiner, h1'.ftom1n,' Ginger Davis, prexzdentg Pat Sewell, wee-prex1'dc'n1,' Sandra Swank, xecreturyg Bob Arnold, purlrumfntarran. ne of the most active clubs in school, l7.T.,-X. is primarily a club for those students who are considering teaching as their profession. For the past four years our F.T.A. Club has been the mOSl outstanding club in the state, for which we received the Banner award. This year's enrollment of II4 far ex- ceeds that of any previous year. With excellent cooperation from large attendance we were able to complete all our proposed projects. Une project which we continued throughout the year was that of substitute teaching in various grade schools. Other projects for the year included serving at back-tcrschool night, helping clothe a needy family at Christmas, and furnishing hall monitors. As for trips, we attended the State Teachers' meeting at Oklahoma City. and in the spring we attended the State convention at Durant. The club's programs for the year consisted of guest speakers, films, professional readings, panels, and meeting with the college F.T.A. Our club's activities were not all educational, for parties and banquets were held periodically throughout the year. F.T.A. is a well-balanced club and has something of interest for everyone who participates. diff' 3. 'Um Xkkll' lf'I',X .nu-mimi rho NIJ?" uhhnrf IIELTIIIIQ .at flk1.ll1UlU,l Vity. Thcy look mrwr H142 remix Io lczlxu. 'foul thu ' g-. c ot the umin proyccrs this your is Sl1hSIiIllIt' lcslching. Ir IS wry good CxpCriCncC tor thc II1l'II1bL'fS ot FTA. and .1190 it is .1 good school Scrxi,-Q4 1 fl 9' 5' V. X. 419 Pa Row Row Row Row Row Row lIliiIlIII' l'l!!!!lII I 2. 3 4 5 6 YJ F.T.A. MEMBERS ' Mr. Coltharp, sponsor, Thomas, Swank. . Mullendore, Newman, Corcoran, Colassaco, Ijvans, Patton, Swim, Derr, Newell. ' Henderson, Martin, Washinka, Bissell, VVhatley, Moore, Norton, Needham, Tucker. Kratz, Marlow, Saint, Stewart, Deal, Bernard, Grant, D. Smith, . Ovcrholt, Hert, Barnes, Hoyt, Sewell, Powell, Gage, XVard. ' Mooney, Messenger, Endorf. Hughes, M. C. Smith, Hays, Parrott, Brooks. ...,, -I 'A . 9 NRI? - ., ..,, .,, li ,.., 8 5 ii F" an L1 v:,f,,,,v e -L sgmn r -- Lligi FTA has many projects one of which was to show the school just what they do and what is involved in being an FTA member. 46 Row Row Row Row Row Row i Sf K F.T.A. MEMBERS Davis, Sewell, Arnold. S. Clreiner. Anglin, Duncan. Young. Palmer. Archer, limmons, lfoster, Dedriel-4, Swearingen Stevens, Nlcl.auchlin, Dunn. lilwell. Reniinsnidcr. Killian, Simpson, Turney Iohnson, Thompson. Sheriek. Preston, Burris. Daiies, Marsden. l,eC'rone, Speeglc, Hansen, Gallagher Daniels. Russell. Grant. Shepherd. Berger. Cfathey. Herl. Schlehuher. V'are, Barnes. lluesion. Banning, Messenger. Innes, Henderson, Humphrey, Tarkington, Ge-is Ranev. s' ,- x i The old officers are initiating the officers that have been in office this year. TRI-Hl-Y OFFICERS Mary Miller, v1cefprc'.rident,' Peggie Carpenter, f7fF5lidl'f1I,' Sue Booker, !rea5z4rc'r,' Ruth Halt, chtzplaing Barbara Sooter, rrporzcr-h13't01'1'an,' Frances Ellington, .ven'ctary. he purpose of Tri-Hi-Y is to "Create, Maintain and Iixtend Throughout the Home, School and Community the Highest Standards of Christian Character." Tri- Hi-Y is a Christian club. Christian motives, standards, and ethics should govern all it does. Every year Tri-Hi'Y carries out many charitable projects such as taking baskets of food to needy families at Thanksgiving and Christmas, saving for the Children Federa- tion Clothing Drive, and visiting the Crippled Children's Hospital in Oklahoma City. Various times of the year the members attend a different church to try to broaden their understanding of different types of religion. Meetings are held twice a month. Business meetings are alternated with a program which is interesting and enjoyable to the members. fre- 742- Z lhis xtuir htxllx-.utter X leen was TRI-HI-Y MEMBERS installed its Stillwater Tri Row iz Ruth llt-lt, linrhiirgi Scxiter, Veggie Carpenter, Mary Nliller, Frances Ellington. Row 2: Shirley lfelkins, Nita Nlae Bissell, Kathleen Martin, Barham VVhatley, Kay Long, Susie Vlfire, lean Lewis. Row gz liarhzirii Net-illizini. Pat Cooley, Marilyn Schroeder, Diana Dye, Kathy Going, Darlene llriggs, luyee .-Xnglin. .J ' Q HI-Y OFFICERS Bruce Nliller, stale prexldenfg Ronnie Demaree. lI't'lI,flH'fI',' lan NVard. ,eff-1-e1r11-yg john llyrant, prc'5idfnl,' Pat lxlifton, rhupluzng Larry lones. Lflccepffsldfnt. i-Y is a service club open for membership to any boy in highschool. lt is a lwranch of the lnternational Young Mens Christian Association movement. Hi-Y is Christian in emphasis, interdenominational in character, and democratic in practice. The Hi-Y purpose is to create, maintain, and extend throughout the home, school, and community high standards of Christian character. The Hi-Y platform is clean speech, clean sportsmanship, clean scholarship, and clean living. A Hi-Y cluh welcomes into its membership any student who will accept the purpose and is willing to work with others in carrying it out. Hi-Y promotes unity, scholarship, physical fitness, and community service. lt does not differentiate as to color, creed, or scholastic standing. Throughout the year Hi-Y sponsors many diversified activities. lt includes spon- soring school basketball mixers and the Youth and Government program, which is cli- maxed by Hi-Y cluhs over the state running the state government at the State Capitol for three days. Programs at the weekly meetings include films, speakers, and recreation. ln the eyes of the members of this outstanding organization it is, hy far, the most worthwhile club to which they belong. 1 1 111111 HI thu ' .md i1m1r11111e'11I 111 IPI! 1111 'rulwrx 1 -af x ' . , m .Ar,-- ., fb "" ,l ? -wg:-un-Eyldw M V Y I i Y an 11051 111111c1rI.111l pr1wgr.1111s ut zhc H1fY is the .1l1m111l Youth ww1o11 11111111 IN held 111 thc Sum Capitol. flCl'C are Some yn-p.1r'11l4 Xht'INNl'1XL'N lor the lJk'CllNiUD. HI-Y MEMBERS Row 1: I.111ws l3.1rl11xx, -fwm1'ru,' 1111-1011, IBCIILIFCLQ Hry.111l, XX'.1r11, Ic111CS. Miller. ' ' 1 VVIFPX l71l1p11rIL I gl 1111 ww L1 XYT11lw11. llcvwvil. lxcw ,, .. H l ' 1 1 Cursgr ixprc-I, YVilso11. l'.1lIm111. Rum' gi Shu-11, H1 wgm, T - qv- f 'Xl gf ...sl f-1-we 2 .pa 1 T' -5 Xxx F. H. A. OFFICERS Io Ann Carnes, z'1'cefpres1'de'nt,' Roma Lee Milroy, pre,u'drnt,' Aniebel Payne, l1i5lOl'litl77,' Phyllis Schroeder, secrete-ryg Iocille Ham, treasurer. Tringing families closer together is one of the main goals of the Future Home- makers of America. With this in mind we had a "Moms Night" and a "Dads Night" as special occasions. Brothers and sisters also got in on the fun when we held our "Fam- ily Night." Stillwater was hostess in September for the Northeast Sub-District Rally. The girls who qualified by attending threehfourths of the meetings attended the State Rally at Oklahoma City also. Many projects are taken on during the year by more than yo members, QS of whom were initiated in September. Serving the Preston Moore Barbecue turned into a big thrill when we met Governor Raymond Gary of Oklahoma and Governor Frank Clement of Tennessee. Other projects were running the coffee stand at all home football games, giving Thanksgiving baskets to five families, and sending overseas packages of clothing and gifts. Special programs for this year were "Tips on Grooming," "Your Responsibility in the Home," "Wide, Wide, Heart," 'Farly American Thanksgiving" and "Getting to Know our Friends From Other Countries." 71 414' Kim' Row Row Row Row Row ow Z Pzirente, interested in their daughters' voegitions, attend mziny banquets style sliowx, Lind informal gatherings old the liiiture IiUII1CI11QlliCl'9 ol Amer L1 F. H. A. MEMBERS Nlrs. Broek, ipon,-'0r',' I. Ham, Payne, Schroeder, Nlilroy, Carnes, Miss Browne xponxor. lfriedemxinn, Bilyeu, Rennison, Stigers, Sumpter, Braswcll, Marlin. Kelso, Iohn son, Henderson. Cowen, D, xVllllLl!l1S, NIt'l.einore, Kiiys, Smith, Q. Hum, Duncan, S. Ham Marlow, Sloan. D 9 VVillinms, Brady, Dryden, Lixingston, Marlow, VVhite, Tarlton, VVitt, Miller, Gooch, Meiiory. VValker, Sunipter, Kirby, Dreessen, Bryan, Rust, Haldeman, Laughlin, Cacy Manning, S. Felkins, Flood. 9 Kinniek, Pierce, Ahshure, Piircher, Clark, Schroeder, Murray, XVLlSl'll7UfD, B. Fel- kins, Caldwell, Cook. Rohhins, Neufeld, Siesons. Rider. Fite, Caldwell, Angus, Ball, Vlfehr, Hender- SOIL Preparing the annual Christmne haskets are Diane Smith, lliml Parclier, :mil Iucly Rays. Taking part in the annual l7ll.-X cmlwlcm service ill the llalrcnt-llziughtcr lmnquct are Iewell Blankenship, Carol Marlow, locillc Ham, Shirley lfclkins, l'utricia1 Duncan, Carolyn Pierce, Io.AXlicc Henderson, and Martha Tarpcy. -1... 396,4g5 "-Gm.-1 . fullllllxllllgl IM- PHX lm-vlilmg IN RUIILI Img Xiilrm, prcwlrxxt. .Xssixling her are lum L :rm-s, xikc prcminlmr .xml Plmylis Sulxrwulcr. xccrchlrx. rmxlnlmg the I5llHl'liIl lwmnl nrt Mrs, Urn VWUII, Slllllflll tcm-hcrg Iumly Flood and lhlull Huck. 1 'X X f-Q 09 G: A-Y flag. 5 ,--.fi t .14- MX. I 9 Z .-..'+- D. E. OFFICERS Doni Powell, vice-prcsident,' Kenny Howerton, prexzdentj Martha Hert, .:ecretary,' Valerie Barnes, reporzerg Ruth Helt, treu.furc-rg Sharron Daniel, parlrumentarian. istributive Education is a club composed of students sixteen years and over. Anyone this age may join. Every student enrolled in Distributive liducation is auto- matically a member of the Distributive Education Club. As everyone must have a job, our sponsor, Mr. Friedemann, checks each student with each employer to find out who will be best suited for the various jobs. At the beginning of the fall term we have an initiation ceremony and banquet for all the new members. The club's activities consist of regular monthly breakfast club meetings at 6:45 a. m., where a special guest is asked to speak to the club on something that would benefit the students in the field of business. Other activities are the scrapbook, displays, Thanksgiving baskets, the state and ,national conventions, the choosing of a queen, and the Parent-Employer-Employee ban- quet. I I I I , 'T Row Row Row Row Row Row A , 1 , kfva Z 3 4 Kenny llowerton. D. li. President, presides the nwnthlx D. li. lwrezxkfasts. D. E. MEMBERS Dicks, Rennison, llriggs, XVhit,1ker, Clausen, Long, Hell, Peek. Gray, Pork, Gels, Nl. l.. Herr, Ihniel. K. Going, Devine, McDaniel, Iohnston. Cfnrrniehzlel. Houghton, Lewis, Schroeder. Horn, Flood, VVnre, Barnes. Bradley. XVCQIYCF, Nl. Herl, Palmer. Powell, Iilxxell, Schlehulwer, lfite. Kelso, Combs, Moss, Osborn, Scarlwrollgh. llowerton, Baker, Philwbs. Knox, O'Neil, Day, T. Going, Brooks, Hinkle. Cypret. 7522759 at one of samW..,mD.s.2 'x 4-K y-. F. F. A. OFFICERS Phil Dreessen, pres1'dent,' jimmy VVest, vice-presidentg Chuck Miller, xccrelaryg A. B. Friedcmann, trca.fu:'er,' Gary Wright, reporterj Don Shutts, sentinel. CGM Future Farmers of America is an organization designed to improve the farming occupation in the United States. In the organization the members learn more of agriculture through personal experience and classroom instruction. Each member must have a project which should help him in his future life. The past year has been one of Stillwater FFA's most successful. At the county spring livestock show the chapter had both the grand champion lamb and barrow. From there some of the memberg took animals to the state livestock show, bringing back many awards. The judging teams have won several honors this year. The greatest honor was won by the livestock judging team, which won a free trip to Denver to represent Oklahoma in the National Contest. The members of this team are A. B. Friedemann, Charles Miller. lim West, Phil Dreessen, and Phil Caskey. The Dairy team has also placed high in numerous contests. Members of this team are: O. D. Miller, Dan Mihura, and Ierry Pendleton. At the county fair, chapter members won two grand champions, one reserve grand champion, and numerous champions, in addition to other awards. At state fair the club made a good showing taking several winnings. 7 7 414' 2 1 : 32 A 1 z . 1 2 x 1' ' , 5 Q f Q. '47 .44,' 9 5' , I A v l 6 x I ' Q Y 5 up Y - f w , 1 T 'T 0- 1 Q . 3' ' R '1 r- I 'Q 'I'-Ill WY Q f . 2 q , Scene from the Annual Spring Banquet. s display wtin first placc in the N.ititin.il Dairy XK'ct-lx contest lwy thc Stillwater M I L K Hurvru E.lNr'i.h ST ILLWATER FF'A"s 7 1 Qs, USE ,QQ'w:if" R SCIENCE CLUB OFFICERS Phil Nlcifollum, f1r'e,r1'drnt,' Ierry Crenshaw, parlnlmentariun, Vance Mall, secretary- lreafurer, and Bill Banmgartner, zvce-president. CGM Stillwater high school Science Club, now four years old, has one of the largest memberships. lt was organized by a small group of students and two teachers, Mr. Vylesley Driggs, sponsor, and Mrs. Ann lohnston, co-sponsor. The purpose of the club is to promote science, scientific thinking, and scholarship. Meetings, which include research. field trips, and speakers, are held on the first and third Tuesdays of each month. Some of the men who have given their time to speak to the club are Dr. Ernest M. Hodnett, Dr. Henry P. lohnston, and Professor Paul A. McCollum. A variety of field trips were taken, a few of which were to such places as the Okla- homa State University's Radiations and Radioisotope Laboratory, Computing Laboratory, and the atomic reactor. For the past few years, some of the club members have also entered the state science fair in Norman and have won several places for their outstanding projects. Xlr ljIl"'N Xlil1l'4'Llll . , Nh . NPOIISUY, NlllvXX ilu' mm'mlu'rN lllli ul lllt "x'll'fl lll.lllX llllk'lk'NllIl" 4 , P' lmwlls Ilmv .uv l1Ilt'1lllllIl ilu' Null. . r . v F' i . bw' 'C va' 1 'uh gr 'Ni li' F -X 0 ai 4 , z 34 D SCIENCE CLUB MEMBERS limv Ii Xlrs. Iwlmxvtcm, ff'07Il!I1'Q Clmrlcx l.icxw. liill lg.ll1!11gLll'II1L'f. Phil McCollum. lcrry lxl'L'I1Nl1.lXX X :mc Nlglll, lulm Srmwlc llmx' :Z liutqlm lihlll, Chlry King. Nlilxc ifrixwcll. liill lfnlmisun, Klilac Klutz, licllh Klum-ll, llmv gt lluxinl lrxxin, Tum ll.1rris, l'.1I Xlnurc, Turn Ilmu-ll, Row 4: .Xrm llrlms, liwlw liurtsclui, lirmc Irwin, Snmly Hopkins. Charles llcsmml. gf Q5 X fi' A illq Nl' I FUTURE NURSES OFFICERS Ifdith Newell, preszdentp Carol Miller, fcc1'elary,' Sharon Cottongim, pav'l1'anzenzarian,' Heather MacAlpine, trea.fzn'er,' Sallie Bradley, vic'e-president. uture Nurses Cluh is a clulw designed to help further the interest of the medical occupation. This club, for lioys and girls interested in nursing, meets once a month on Tuesday night at 7:00. WVe usually have a speaker from various fields of nursing, per- taining to first aid or home care of the sick. Some of the club members have had nurs- ing aid and experience from working at the hospital or caring for the aged. Each year we have a service project to help hetter the community. In the spring we attend a state future nurses day, which Governor Raymond Gary proclaimed for us when in office. Our colors are blue and white, and the pin is a nurse's shield with Future Nurses Club written on it. 7 ag,-4' llcu .arg Nmnc my ilu' mcmlmcrs Illillilllg plums wr ilu srm luturc' mxrws cl.lx'. O' 'l 1.0 FUTURE NURSES MEMBERS Row 1: Slmrun cllillllllgllli, Sallie linlcllcy, lfclitlx Newell, llcgltlmcr Nl.1c.Xlpinc, Carol Miller. Row 1: Nliss liculacr. ,cfv0n50z',' Nl.1ry liirchgml, lime Sligcrs, Yclmn linulo, cllCI1Ll1l lglllgllllll. Row gi Iiozcllgn Rust. Susan Ross, lilsia Xcullvld, lfmnccs lfllingtcm. ff If "S" CLUB OFFICERS Mark McCracken, vice-prc'sident,' Gary Rippy, prefidc'nt,' Don Linscnmeycr, secretary Ian Ward, treasurer. Row Row Row Row Row Row "S" CLUB MEMBERS VVartl, Rippy. Linsenmeyer. Nleifraeken. Nlelfallree, XVestm0relantl, Wkiltoti. Banning, .-X. Smith, Know, Chcehro, Fry, Ingram, Coach Tom Turxey. Cfannatly. lliner. Messenger, Tarkington, Autry. Nlaret, Ioneu, Irwin. Hayes, Meyers, XVare. Nickels, Gray, Scott, Thorne, lohnston, Henderson. Howard, B. Baumgartner, lforser. Kinniek. K. liaumgartner, C. Moore. MeVVl1erter, Gross, B. Cfhcshro, Ifntlorf, Handy, Powell, liainum, Oyerholt. ll. Moore, Clark. Doyle, Santlers, Nleliritle, Ushorn, Upton. Gray, Dean, Foster. liellatti. D. Smith. he ifluh ix an organivation ol' athletes ol' Stillwater High School who haye won letters in such sports as toothall, hasehall. haskethall, traek. etc. NVhen ri lwoy lettery in any sport in the ninth tgratle he is invitetl to ioin the lfluh. ll' he accepts. he then Qoes through a rigorous two weeks as rt Skerye. If he is ahle to make it through Qkerye week, he is .i tull lletlgetl memher of the l.etterman'5 Club. During the year the eluh has meetings once ri month. lfaeh year the club stays .tr Ll lake resort somewhere in the xtate for .i weekend. .Xlso it elects an Cluh Queen. who reigns :it the homecoming loothall game. The Cfluh is Supported lw a magazine sale, the milk machine in thc hall, and other moneyfmakiug projects. 6. R. A. OFFICERS Sharon Stevens, treasurerj Sharon Cottomgim, pre51'dent,' Priscilla XVashinka, vice- presidentg Martha Moore, secrctaryg Helen Schatz, historiang Roberta Saint, point chair- mang Rhonda Tucker, reporlerg Vicki Barnes, head-of-sports. Czshe Stillwater Girls' Recreation Association is a member of the Oklahoma G. R. A. and uses the same point system for awards as the other high schools in the state. G. R. A. is open to any girl who has earned ISO points while in Iunior High G. R. A. by participating and playing ten games each in any five different sports. When a girl has earned 250 points, she receives her school letterg and when her total reaches 400 points, the state award is hers. The Oklahoma G. R. A. sponsors a leadership camp to which two girls from each school are invited as representatives. Sharon Cottomgim and Vicki Barnes were thc girls who had the privilege of attending G. R. A. camp this past summer. The Kiwanis Club and B. St P. W. Club sponsor the Stillwater representatives each year. This year at camp we elected state officers, two of which were from Stillwater. Vicki Barnes was elected vice-president and Monica Terrill as head-of-sports. ' I I I V I-, . F51 5 :I -. v 1, A Lil rl- X2 - E , in ., F V 4 '., 11 Y , ll "fs - . f nk! 5 1 V 1 ' WPXYQGKI " V' f ' 4 ' - N . 'fp' ' I "' 5 'TQ V ' . fc' fffw 1 "i'.!:Q f, WI X ' K' f'V 5 . 3 .' ,f ' 4 ." - '4 -L7 N l' 4 ,' ,zz ' X K in 0 1 'Q . ' 3 J I WR! ' Xa 4? 354'- avr I -1- es? X flz ' K av? ..f - 5 l I f ik ' 'Ev 2. .0 ' gin a' Aly:-A x ti f? ., i X : sung N, . rf- Her 1 , - . .ay Q Q 'iff ' ' Y ,J X. A an T ,S bm 551154. Q5 'N E x 1-x 'Q'--X . . ,qs MU ALPHA THETA OFFICERS Mike Metz, vice-president,' Bill Baumgartner, prc'sidc'nl,' and Myrna Messenger, secretary-treasurer. emu Alpha Theta, the national high school math fraternity, is a combination of an honorary organization, and an interesting, educational club. It was founded last year, primarily through the efforts of our sponsor, Forrest Coltharp, and a few students exceptionally interested in mathematics. Membership is composed of students who are enrolled in Algebra ll or a higher form of mathematics and who have maintained a B-plus grade average in math and a B average in all subjects. The purposes of Mu Alpha Theta are to distinguish the scholastic achievements of Stillwater high school students, to encourage further interest in the field of mathematics and engineering, and to provide additional opportunities for increasing education in the sphere of knowledge. The activities of Mu Alpha Theta include lectures concerning mathematics and correlated subjects, and tours of such places of interest as the Bell Telephone Compa- ny, the Labko Scientific Company, and the Oklahoma State University computer lab- oratory. 7704,-46544 URN XNXK K Xl XUXX XUVK Q 1' ' '94 gi'-'V' W Mahi? M VV' - 0 'J ' ww 2 X J Y '4 :ali 975 B Q 6-f Q 'Q D ' 5 H :if 2 M K ' ll 5 tg' N 4 xx ' D . Q x fl 'iff Q 'fi P1 I xo - fl V, , li.,.' 4 A . x . , XXQ LA' f' lx AW F 11 1 KN v. " ZH K N , G '24 q K , ,,. M , ,LX - S Q C9 L: in xx G9 ' y Fifi? ' N5?h':-1-I ,-rS:1gf:l - V , 615 '-512'-' ' v if C'2.Q?:1'f 5 ifriifi 1,1 we U fr -1 Z1-A If n A fJ.'rg,ulhf ' f J J , L. " - "f Q V , ' -"iff f " ,,. - - A A - K T... vw .4 , 3 . ia Xvl' T5 4 Q . , U .K S' k Yfi Cfg' 'XX D Row 1: VVolfe, Saint, S. Smith, NlcDonaltl. Henderson, Glover, Fclkins, Powell, Dryden, Taylor, Grooms. Row 2: Perhelton, VVilson, Determan, Norton, Burt, NVashinl4a, Grant, Recd, Ledhetter, I. Smith. Row 3: Nldlulloh, Spann. Sumpter, VVitt, Deal, Linzy, Lloyd, Sewell, Bratchcr, Hughes. Row 4: Humphrey, Hueston, Dye, Brown, Newell, McDaniel, King, Haws, Lester, Kirby. GIRL'S QUARTET Kay Long, Sandra Swank, l.ana GYOUITWN Mary Miller. 74 Row 1: Kirlmler look XX nshlwurn rflttlllilll n ll ones Nlxrloxx Ham Hunger Kelso Mark Row 2: liernml SlCk,,Lll11lI1 Nlullenrlorc Ilmlu Xlwshure Ioncs Patton Rltter M Danny Breton Row 3: Leclbutcr Strotter Ruet Kroutll Hull C1rner Dcrr Shnpman C Dennv Row 4: Allende loper Daniel ilarlx 0541 Tmlxer Dovxell A Smxlh blmrpton Autry Wnllnmson TRIPLE TRIO K a r c n Munger, Myrna Huff, Karen Kelso, Shirley Hill, Rose Hawes, Elhelcne Durham, Deanna King, Ianet Henderson, limmic Siegel- man. 75 zeal ACCOMPANISTS Sitting: Karen Mungcr, San dm Thomas. Standing: Lana Grooms, lim mic Stcgelman. 76 I al si if , , , ,,,,gjQQ'Jq 1 .1 141 Q Q- ' -Q U 4'--5 , . 51' - v 0 -ia N th' :Si , Q ' -Q n L A ri ,. - N. 'I . 3 'N 'A l me I ' I' ll 'H ,I n-' XA? QHXNIVI , V , , A - sk . ,g's' 1 'A' Y 1. '. at Q 3- f , . , V " 'r a v wi . w. V ,, .A . Mi. r ,X X 5 1 . ' 1 9 T 1 I i tra ' iz, , , . 1 - Q s '1 il it rl at l. 5 1 -fl 1 4 5 , l 1 T f fc l 5 . 1 l ag f- 1 ,fs 4 ! Zami he Stillwater high school concert hand under tht- able guidance of Kenneth Rhea has com leted a most successful tear. This vroun has nresented several concerts P E . s i I 1 U 4 U locally and competed in numerous contests over the state in which it received coveted ratings. The marchinv hand, under the haton of Urum Nlaor, Don Linsenmever, has bol- . . 5 . . l , - . . stered the spirit of the school by performing at football games. in parades, and civic events. The joint half-time performance with the Cushing high school band at the annual foot- ball fray has been a successful venture in inter-school relationships. Annual "Tar Da " is -the ma'or fund raisin 1 activitv of the band. The monev thus I s Y 1 b 1- , 4 . raised was used to further the complete instrumental music program. The social highlights for the band during the year included a Christmas dance, a hamburger fry, and a banquet. Phil Caskey Don Linsenmeyer Shirley Felkins Sue Booker P resident V ire-Pres! d en t Secretary Tr ras urer K5 1 R 25 I V A if: A ' '- 2 Ni '1 I 5 ' z J Q ? 5 i , , 4 V I 1. . i. CLARI N ET Sw:-er SX,VC.ll'il1gt'Il Hil y en Shelby Yochu nm I7l'iL'tlt'lIl.lIlI I Dex ine H. Velkins Xviilfffdll Horn Cottongnn A. KELISRCY Marlin Young Dye Bryant Cfhez1th11n1 Doris Dex une l,1!7fd7'I'll71 CONCERT BAND MEMBERS FLUTE ALTO SAXOPHONE CORNET TROMBONE Ilemlrrson S. Swmdlc Hy Beaucham Xkxlfd - S- P Brooks Wolff L Sou Mcfiaffree Larson Xvhml I."I'fm'm'c' Wfilson Smlth I-'CHUIIS Nelson Wyoli TENOR SAXOPHONE 5PfmflCf Davidson Thompson Ilanj 541111011 N , 5111112 Mooney cngmslcy BASSOON FRENCH HORN Ifains I0 mon Mmm Mitchell WS Lallrone Comer R0bbif1S COLOR GUARD - . . . V Sim uson OBO? . P' cmkq' k ,I H. MacAlpine Shxnglcton In XK'31l3cC Bllyfll W ll sAss CLARINET Hucsron Thvme I' 3 .ace I. Mac.-Xlpine MCCl111llL1gh VVHSEY Laughlin ALTO CLARINET Solick Turner Yfwin Donaldson Mcliandless M. Thompson Trompler Vera Dye Donna Kay Bilyeu Kenneth Rhea Librarian Librarian Director N T7 ul-15 ,..-4' A 2 g l - 'EB ?'. !.rw4+f.- "7 I I Q' .Q 5 lj-- . . The assistant drum mzlior and thc lwirlcrs play LI big part in thc success of ll good band like Stillwntefs. Pictured below are limmy Beauchamp, Linda Swcziringen, Helen Schatz, and Sharon Gooch. :X .if ff. lei at A--1 IST VIOUN Nt ht rn k ltrt-esseii FLUTE Klitchell Xrt her lift 'V 4' lloliluins lirool-gs Cl-ARINETS hxv,lll.ltt litllvs XV.lTtl , . Su lm In X my STRING BASSES Swearingen . - , , TROMBONE Nlarlin 4 otitwrt Xl.lllft't'll Nllllllil wiv' . H Sutton lrtoii l"W'i"ll0l' if 'mm FRENCH HORN Xlarilyn l Suinptt-r llentlerson 'mm 'imp florser Terrill Yentris l, Nlat.-Xlpine PERCUSSION Mqffullgmgh ldlllilltllll 'l'roni iler liool-:er St'l1fUt'tlt'f xiiiit l OBOE Shitleler COWU Ximhi-ll lumglm Slungleton lflfilf1CY ' CELL05 Swindle YN0 VIOLIN VIOLA BASSOON ii, xittoxipint lily Cicrnian liilyeu Nlartin Thompson Schnell he Concert Orchestra, untler the direction ot Kenneth Rhea, has hecoine one of the finest high school orchestras in Oklahoma. This year they participated in the Tri'City Festival lit-ltl annually with the Cushing and Ponca City or- chestras. and the District and State Music Contests. 0 Each year they present a Christmas concert and a Spring Concert. They also play for Senior Class Night. For the past two years the orchestra has attended the Blossom Festival in Canon City, Colorado, in the early part of Slay. They were given the honor of being the only orchestra at the festival and of presenting a concert as part of the festivities. :Xnn VV1illaee lleather Nl.1eAlpine Donna Kay Bilyeu Maureen Deal lohn Longfellow l'rr.f1dent Vue Pre.-'zdent SC't'l'f'I.I7'vVTffd.i'Mfff Librarian Librarian lull' V0 wnq. 'rf I 7' vxivt I P 4 J ' 9 A 1 S 1 vb. 15, ,ya 'F' f' ,f 14 mfr 'S Y Y Y 4 :. Jw J B if 3 Tf'v'Nf5-"' r uv ln, it .hu ,x ..,f-ri 955' 7' I I ' : If f n Q' s V 0 0 ,Y N yy: Y A .ri ' ,opil 4.17, 'v f gy-QQL5. rp. ,1--f Hy.. :"'1!"QiE:' -",..--,-2 ', K .,.,. g .A-k,f,.3.-.f,:,,..,,. - X lt-:l:i.i,.?f:Iii-aflp.. 57,3 - - A 1, ',-,fs f' ff f Mi' ' Q- ' ,, I--, - .1-' I : f : L , ff'-' 1, I I .V vu 'yin 2 4:-ye, 1:17v9f.' 1 -A ,- ffl X-Sis - 4' '1 x Q Z' ,fi ' fi 1: ' cf Q l y .- . ,wllut - .igY'1.Q:..fy,' .,?1:'.,1g2' . f 4 R 5 i 4 L'zE,"..,'-, is 6 -t , - :L-gs V L 1 X ' 5 1 V a-1 ' f in vm' X: Q U ,. EE P 5 . Qi iifixfig nb .. . I -5 T . , 0 N O IQ I QQ . ix ui- ' 1 - ' 'Q ' . 0 I Tom Tun ey STILLWATER HIGH COACHES TONI TLRN ILY C oath Tom Turxty, in his sctond yt lr as the Pioneer football taskmasttr and his first as Athletit Director, is well regarded throughout Oltlahoma as one of the finest football mentors in the state Leaxing be hind him an outstanding retord at Lindsay C oath Tur vey came to Stillwater in 1957 His tirsr yur was his ir n t t u t t llxx X l l KQS X Nl Xlx ' I optr tutts Sllfllllllgf hislxtthill t mis rtt htirtt l indsiy xxhtrt his ron illios wttomt 1 ltgtnd in tht sout e n ai oith xx htrt his diamond nine haxt ilu ws tnyo tt sutttss RIS in lllrris strxtd as assistant toothtll toith it SHS he has issisted t ret tlilttrtnt ht id toithts C trtiinly this is in insight to Louth Harris xaluahlt ltnowltdgt ol toathing ihility Ht his tutored stxtn all stltt lintmen and also has al xsaws produttd outstlnding tintltr ttims is htid tritlt touch C HARLPS HETRIC lx loath Hetritk is coathing his itrst ytir in Stillwater He started toathing in X950 md in these ytlrs has sent 25 wrestlers to state His first year in Stillwater hibh has been quite .1 suttesslul one Martin Loper lim Hlrris Lhirles Httritlt Ralph bibson 84 th. i . .ns ht- took the l'iont't'r t-lt'xt'n into tht' SI.ll' ilny' oils. 'l'li ' youthlul t'o.1'h fields lt'.ll11S whit-h Art' 4 nys wt-ll ltnovn lor their hustling spirit .ml lighting l"irt' lu VIII. . . 'TIN l,Ul l'iRQYl'.ll' alter ytxir Nlartin . ' pro- l outiz ' l 4 cg The tall fl, il 'l t'o.tt'li taunt' to Stillwater' from .' 'Q 1' ' ' ' ntl- hall liivt' hgltl 1 1 .t l " ' 4 "i ' ' 7 h r part of the state. Coatli l.opt'r also series as ht-iid hose' l.llt'a'. "' A 'z "'y'l Y IINI HAR f-ln the ten years Coach I' 1 1 " has h - 'L V14 I' ' "" Y 7 ' ' N is v ' ' - . sf , I - N I I x V E 4 ., 1 . , , V1 s, y t x A I xl F l T nnbrvpi i Sl -W -gms. A yreyy of the nevs press box ard a POTIIOH ot the Stlllyyater ttns shovys exutement Intl enyoyment ln the C ISCIJ lllll tontest PIONEERS TIE OPENER lthoubh perhaps not as suttessful 1 season ytatxstltally as the pretulnny, year the Stlllyyater Ploneers enyoyed one of thelr most ettuttng, sexsons 1n the hrstory ot Strllvyater Hlph Sthool football competrtlon Lnder the superb LO'lLl'1lIlf,, of Tom Turyey asslstetl by lam Harris Ralph C rbson and Charles Hetntlt the myury latlened Puoneers yyere able to muster a 5 4 1 sea son retord and talte thxrd place m the lNorthern Erght Lonterente race The Pioneers began the season by tying the Sapulpa Q hneftams rn the home opener before 3500 exerted foot ball fans by 1 score of 66 Xtter tlcteatmt, the iastn Hall Commandoes 480 m then' setond contest of the season the Ptoneers began thelr tonftrente tompetlon by meetrng the Ponca City Vktltltats The Proneers proyed to be too much for the XV1ltl1.1ts as they mustered .1 go 8 yym oy er their arch rn als lt yy as an all out defensrye and offensxve dxsplay bv the Stlllyyater team as they yyere able to hold the Vlrldcxts storeless untll late ID the fourth quarter I yyas only then that the ynstmg, team was able to punch rtross thenr lone tallv SUFFER FIRST DEFEAT Plapued by early bame fumbles the Strllwater eleven vyent dovyn to a 32 I4 defeat at the hands ot the power fonnnurd on Page 86 85 5? 1 f . 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Returning to winning ways. the Pioneers displayed their finest offensive display of the season as they all hut scalped the Cfhiloeco Indians in a danling qtio massacre of the Northern lfight School. NORTHEAST KNCCKS PIONEERS Once again playing on their home field, the Pioneers tackled another powerful Oklahoma City school, North, FHSI. which 11151 the vveek liefore had taken a surprise In the final game of the year, Handy goes over the top of Cushing players. virtory over the lf S. Grant Generals. :Xn atnaving pass play late in the fourth quartet gave the etly team the winning margin. The Pioneers displaved an atnay- ing defense with .ill of the forward wall giving an ont standing performance, hut the score ended ti-o in favor of the Vikings. The following week the Pioneers were ahle to stand off a determined Perry squad liefore ggoti fans gintl trarve otit a 86 conference victory. CONFERENCES CHANCES FADE The conference hopes were given a severe sethaclc as 2.qoo fans saw the lilaelxvvell Nlaroons hand the f,ilJ77Il77HI'd on Page H- Surrounded from all sides hy Ponca VVildeats Horace Moore gets hit with a solid tackle. is ' i K 'Quai'- img? Gin-Q l . fy. ., K avg, gr I af' J. J f.:-'el rg. . f 'T lillis lianning lan XY.ird Pioneers their first conference defeat in eleven tonference contests. The alert Nlaroons held the Pioneers scoreless in an exciting offensive hattle hy a score of 841. Knowing that they must win over the Guthrie Blue Iays in order to muster a shot for the Conference Crown, the Pioneers rose to the occasion to spoil the Blue lays' homecoming with an outstanding triumph of 188. STATE CHAMPS TOO MUCH Then came the game for which all Stillwater and Cushing fans were waiting for. Stillwater journeyed to Cushing to determine the winner of the Northern Fight Conference. and the team that would advance to the state Halfhack, Kenny Clark, is tackled after good yardf age in the Perry game. lairry lones loe Fry playoffs. Playing before a capacity crowd, the scrappy Pioneers played with all their regulars for the first time since the second hall game of the season. But, the destined to he state champions were just too much for the home town hoys. Cushing won I2'6 and gained the right to enter the state playoffs, which they later won. That final game will long be remembered as one of the most exciting in that long history of contests. The Pioneers masterminded a defense and offense that made the Tigers shudder at the thought of losing their conference hopes. But, the State Champions were just too much for the Stillwater eleven. The season was over. Quarterback, Kenny Gross, picks up good yardage on the quarterback-keeper around the right end. 'Q TZ 1 'fb -an--..- ', fav. f Swim Q- Steve Stark Teal Herring lg 11114 w tfaltlwell I urxm Smith FOOTBALL RECORD S Stillwater fm smtp.. tw Stillwater 48 lfast-1.1 llall tt Stillwater 36 Ponca City 8 Stillwater I4 Lf S. Grant ,z Stillwater 8 Perry fn Stillwater 58 lfhilocco 0 Stillwater in Northeast 8 Stillwater 0 lil .1t' l-twell 8 Stillwater 18 Guthrie fm Stillwater 6 Cushing Il W'ayne Powell heads on lu tackle .1 Northeast Viking in the Nortluxm ganie, 'fir- V5 A ,,' - 5 A4- 501-.K fir YO'- Kcnny Gross Horace Moore Kenny Clark Wayne Powell Mike Upton Roger Beecham Fullhack, Kenny Clark, seems to he by himself on this play in the Northeast game. 'E .af c Q Coach Loper gives pep talk to team during time out. Team manager, Gary Corser, gets player's ankle ready for action "A" TEAM Row iz Frank VVatson. l'0t1l'h, Kenny Gross. lflick Knox. Gary Cforser, rnumlger, Kent Houck, XVayne Powell. Coach Loper. Row 2: Tom Hays, Robert Hillier. lim Barnes. llruce Irwin, Don lansenmever, Roger Beecham. Ever since Martin Loper came to Stillwater High School five years ago as head basketball coach, his teams have never suffered a losing season. This year was certainly no exception. The amazing Pioneers captured the hearts of every basketball fan in Oklahoma with their splendid court play. Playing in a 20 game winning streak, the fabulous Pioneers Waltzed through four important tournaments winning all of the games by wide margins. At the beginning of the year Coach Loper called on the services of seniors, Don Lin- senmeyer, Bruce Irwin, Dick Knox, Tom Hays, and junior transfer, lim Barnes. These boys were able to blend together a type of control basketball that baffled their opponents and filled the eyes of the spectators with amazement. Many of the state's leading newspapers referred to the Stillwater five as the great- est basketball tcam ever to come out of the state. It was certainly a basketball five long to be remembered for excellent play. 2 f Z 9 l fr 4 'xgnli i 'X 4 I cg. , XX ,f N-7 , SRX T f xx a x., 1 7 , "B" TEAM Row 1: Bill Gray, Charlie Hourc. Dukc Sanders, XV41ync Otsuki, Calc .xIldfL'XN'S, H111 VV41lton. Row 2: Tommy Dmylc, Darrel Ustccn, Hrucc Kiraly, Mug Messenger, Lyla' Tmmplcr, Don Scott, Frank VVarson. f'0a1'h. Bruce Irwin Don I.inscnmL-yer lim li.1rncs 4 9 X 0 K ,,., l L o J 1' 1 ,f 6' 'M 'R- fs '5 Q4 Q 2 ...f.......- Muni, E553 if 5-ff 41 r QW X- vii 1 i!+ PIONEER GRAPPLERS Row 1: Nickels, McCracken, McBride, I. Chesbro, B. Chesbro, Miller, Foster, Moore, K. Clark, Fry. Row 2: Glancey, Berry, B. Clark, Dean, Broaddus, lrwin, D. Smith, Groves, Bellatti, Banning. Row 3: Hoyt, Lynch, Esparza, Gardner, I. Iones, McWherter, McCaffree, Stites, Iohn- son, Coach Hetrick. harles Hetrick, former Oklahoma State University NCAA wrestling champion and member of the 1949 OSU varsity, came to Stillwater this year from Blackwell, Okla- homa. A IQ50 graduate of Oklahoma State, he went to Blackwell in 1954, where he compiled a record of two state wrestling championships during the three years he was there. This year's edition of the Pioneer grapplers was aided by the fine showing of Ioe Fry, lack Chesbro, Kenny Clark, and last year's state champion, Mark McCracken. During the first part of the year the Pioneers lost to such powerhouses as Will Rogers and Central of Tulsa, Perry, and Ponca City. At the Bristow Invitational, the Pioneers did exceptionally well with Mark McCracken placing first in his weight at 112. Others taking honors at the tournament were: lack Chesbro. second at 127, Bob Chesbro, third at 1335 loc Fry, third at heavyweight, Kenny Clark, fourth at 165, and Bruce Miller, fourth at 138. Little Mark McCracken, wrestling at IO6 pounds, defeated all comers in his trek to the state throne last year. McCracken whipped Warren Griffin of Edmond, Western Regional Titlist, in the first round and pinned Walter White of Tulsa Central in the semi-finals. ln the championship go, McCracken beat Phil Ellis of Tulsa Rogers, who had defeated him previously in the regionals, and decisioned him to become Stillwater's eighth state champion in the past I0 years. O V V, X t ' f AAN' U-X in Q 2 ' 14. l ye get ' QW -4 V. f ' - V ff I - It f A. 2 YF. : r""' 0 Q, :J-. 1, 5- 1 -e,,s,ae1g1 . ,r ' x ng.. A w . , F. .-M.. ,,,, 1:-I - T in-4 , if 4-' Ai 2 . ff 5 M 'I' ' ' EX Heavyweight, l0C FFY, 5.5065 in f0f 8 rake dOWr1 in Stillwater matman, Pat Foster, takes the referec's the Perry match. pggilion, Coach Charles Herrick wishes Mark McCracken good luck in his match. Bobby Chesbro Kenny McBride Ierald Nickels STILLWATER HIGH BASEBALL TEAM Row I: Coach Loper, Gary Long, Ierry Sebring. Row 2: Bob Erickson, Lester Rose, Horace Moore, Kenny Gross, VVayne Powell, Dick Knox, Tommy Holland. Row 3: Gene Colassaco, Glenn Denny, Don Linscnmeyer, Lee Roy Daniels, Mike Up ton, Russell Williamson. qor the last five years, Stillwater High School has enjoyed successful baseball seasons. Coach Martin Loper has directed the Pioneer nine to one state championship in the IQS7 edition. This year's edition looks equally as promising as that outstanding '57 hardball group. Ace pitcher, Don Linsenmeyer, has been well-seasoned for his senior year on the diamond since he has served as top pitcher for the past two years. Centcrfielder, Donnie Greene, has been one of the leading hitters on the team since his sophomore year. His powerful bat should prove to he a deciding factor in the success of this year's team. Iuniors, Wayne Powell, Kenny Clark, and Horace Moore, will provide a good spark to the team this year, and they are veterans of the American Legion summer baseball program. Coach Loper looks for an interesting and exciting season for the Stillwater baseball group. - -wi vs-ewczrxff -- MPX 'QUE 2 ! 1 5 Wayne Powell Don Linsenmeyer Horace Garv Corser X Moore Donme Greene Kenny Gross Kenny Clark rs ,ev 'QS' ke :N ix' 'Z 145' be Hffffzpi' tglfgi THE TRACK TEAM Row 1: Chapman, Baumgartner, I. Smith, Phillips, Edmonds. Schlchuber, Kelso, Coach Harris. Row 2: Foster, Osborn, Gross, Endorf, Criswell, Mitchell, Stone. Row 3: D. Smith, Linsenmeyer, Irwin, Mooney, Banning, Gilbreth, Clark. Row 4: Osteen, Caldwell, Tarpey, Edmison, Myers, Fry, Handy. CGM IQS8 edition of the Stillwater Pioneer track team climaxed a most successful season by taking third place at the state track meet held at Stillwater. Racking up nine first places, the Pioneers stomped all conference opposition while sweeping up the Northern Eight conference track championship with a total of 87 points. Under the unselfish coaching of Coach lim Harris, who will begin his tenth year as assistant football coach and his sixth year as head track coach, Stillwater High School track teams have always ranked with the very highest in state competition. This year they enter the regionals at Tonkawa, which they won last year, and put in very good bids for titles at the Southwestern Recreation at Fort Worth, Texas, Duncan Invitational, Bison Relays at Shawnee, and Aggie Relays on the Lewis field oval. Some of the returning men are Sam Myers, Iames Caldwell, Richard Tarpey, Cy Gilbreath, and many other outstanding men. teadily improving throughout the year, the Stillwater high school crossfountry squad reached their peak by placing an unexpected third out of a total of eleven teams entered in the state meet held at Stillwater last year. The Stillwater distance runners had one of their finest seasons. They placed sixth in the first meet of the year at Shaw- nee, won a dual with Putnam City here, ran fourth at the Aggie Relays here, third at Tulsa, and third in the state meet also here at Stillwater. Returning men are Richard Tarpey, Cy Ciilbreath, Mike Criswell and Stanley Osborn. The cross-country team should be highly congratulated for a very successful season, especially since the team is composed entirely of iuniors and sophomores. We are look- ing forward to a brilliant showing from them again next year. CROSS-COUNTRY SQUAD Row i: Bob Phillips, Tommy Schlehuber, lerry Edmonds. Row 2: Allen Mitchell, Stanley Osborn, Iimmy Stone. Row 3: Cy Gilbreath, Hill Edmison, Richard Tarpey, Mike Criswell. 71 cwdf4ww-zdd. My W U' as V4 111 l 'A' 'nie ' Y"'.: xx 'Q ' -I sw K, K Ji., x S X Q If E Q f ' f ' EL- in ' ,K 93 K, 102 X., d mil as N lvl 3 P . ' zj '.':f.'f f 4, 5-kj.'1.' o 44 - ,YQY vi- . .:" 4, ' L -' yi :Q .5 N , V ' 'Q ' ...---4 5' "" '.!. v .b -i r -L.,x'?, A ,N .,-a- ' -. . 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Emi II6 MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Chns Delaportc and Myrna 'Messenger i i ',,,,,...- 4-rv" 1' BEST PERSONALITIES ulxxlln lCx0 MOST DEPENDABLE Terry Thorne and L 1rol Nhller M WITTIEST C JIOIIIIC Young., and Harry Sclph 'va-van' BEST FIGURE AND PHYSIOUE kenny Clark and Carole Grant II7 2 , , nr, 95 96 X 95.5,-"' gi" ,N I ldv fin Lvnn tmm the I1UllH1'Ut- Dunn Lord I.m from the house of Xkxlfli EMM Countess Mary Lee from the house of Hcrt Count Kenny from the house of Gross II9 2 Duchess Rhonda from the house of Tucker Duke Charlie from the house of Moore 2 0 C 5' mi Princess Linda from the house of McCollum Prince Tim from the house of Cole 444. 7044 ho s NNho IS one ot the hxghest honors bestowed upon .1 hugh s hool student ID hxs senxor ve1r In order to be ehgxhle he muit hue 1 B uerage throughout tour vexrs ot hn.,h Sthool These Qtudents Ire seletted hetause ot their 9Lh0lJQl1L stmdtng partltxpatton tn sthool reltgxous and tomtnumty lttnmes 1nd tooperxtton wtth other Qtudcnta md teuhers The SCICLIIUI1 at thc Vvhos W ho members I5 sponsored hx the Student Countxl Bob -Xrnold fN NL Kay Danes Patrlena Duncan Conme Cfrcmer K.:-J TT' Bruce Miller Myrna Messenger Bruce Irwin 1-N X mu Xnglm Plul K IS l llllltglfl W Xllfy ljrxmcs Ilxxell Xnn Helms Ximhg Hen N is M lcrry Reed Pllrlcn Sewell Smdy Smnth 2433970 Kay Davies Pat Sewell Pennie Sue Cathey Myrna Messenger N., Connie Creiner Pat Duncan Ann Helms rx lrintc I we N rthl l er! ach of these girls attends a monthly dinner meeting of the Business ind Prolessionll Womens Club They were chosen according to scholarship leadership church community .ind extra curricular actixities fellowship personality and recent achiexements .fv-"' X""' I Bob Arnold Don Linsenmeyer Bruce Irwin Bill Baumgartner lim Brooks Iuhn Bryant v-.., Phil Caskcy Phil Dreessen Tom Harris Lharles Hcsmnd Bruce Miller ' 1 McCollum Q-ur if Ml 4 W 5 : Gary Rippy Hiram Iohnston Chuck Miller Mark McCracken Ierry Reed lim West wo boys are selected each month to attend meetings of the Rotary Club. They are selected on the basis of activities and grades. The boys assist the club members and take an active part in club discussions. X fs 6' . AJ., 5' iw? . LA M 1 1 Iiigif, I. D .Ag . dw- f -V .+ " -A f Indy Anne Smith Kay Davies Myrna Messenger fast Brute Nlxller Nlartha Herr Brute lrwm '11 S+ e,hr1s Delaporte L harles Hestmtl Bull Baumbartner he hnbh school tttnlty Exten 1 lust of t dents wlneh ns made out lw the Dean of Q xrls and the Dean ol Bovs From thxs lust they select the students who they belnexe are elrbrhle to attend Boys and 1 xrls State Thus lrst IS approwed bv the Deans and a tom mtttee of Amerlcan Lebron and Auxxlmry members Delegates to K urls State were lxay Danes Martha Hert 471- Xlxrnu Nlessenger and Indy Knne Smith Rlternates were Irtntes hlwell Pat Sewell Sandy Smxth and ban dn Swank Those chosen to attend Boys State were Bull Baumbartner Lhrls Delaporze Charles Hestand Bruce Irwm and Bruce Nllller Phrl Laskey was the llternate I25 ' J X7 Nt- ' A R mfif-tw X. "Mgt wry, l, , it . . A 4 Lf. - 'D fs- ' .uf I I. 'y g 'Q' 'is v'- 1 " su- . 1' 4 . X , .'. .' ' . . ' Q ' ' Q ,- ' ' ' In ' A , Q ' . i' 'i h , Q - ' 1 . ' , , ' Q D . ' , v - 1 Y' 1 Q 1 V . . Y, K . .V s V .' , . A ' . ' ' 1. , Z ' ' ' mf EILMXMBZ ww A Uk Q MU 5 Y AK Q 'ge ,, o X0 ' ' c. HSM ' vhs 6' , -QA' mln W 'af' '- ,f , Q g.74"Q:'. -' 1 WW k g v.zf5i-xiii A 7 Q. X- ' - ' f4 ' 1'. x , if - ,-36 lx Q1 Nia am, I 2 7 CJ H FK 9 Q' wwf W F 5 f Seaiau. "Ill' vadudku Xwxc, fw- JC" 5. SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Kathryn Franklin, treaswrerg Donnie Greene, pre-:1'dc'n1,' Don Linsenmeyer, vice- prcsidentg Connie Greiner, secretary. as the graduating class of 1959 leaves Still- water high school, we look back with great pride on the many accomplishments made towards improving ourselves and our school. When we were Freshmen, we hit SHS like a ball of fire leaving an impression on all witnesses. We all remember that Freshman trip to Oklahoma City for the "Atoms for Peace." Then, as Sophomores, a class known for their abilities in leadership, scholarship and citizenship, we worked all the harder as one group, endeavoring to be the greatest graduating class to leave dear ole SHS. The Iunior-Senior prom was the event of our year as juniors. Each of us worked hard on this, but because of the unusual abilities of the class it turned into fun that was shared by all. Now, as graduating Seniors, we truly know we have reached the goal we set four years ago. We've set a high standard, one which will be hard for any other class to attain. We now plan to go our separate ways. Are we a trifle unhappy? A little-but, seeing that we have far surpassed our goals, we leave with great satisfaction. We are now ready to step to the next rung of the ladder of life. Before leaving we sincerely thank our parents, our teachers, and our administrators. With this, we say farewell to Stillwater high school, leaving a challenge to any class who would like to compete with the graduating class of 1959. l29 S- 188. liiilx' .Xtllcr il, 51.1 . . .. "ff Ihiht t Xuthrx u 1-..,...,, i" Sttwn' li.lht'r t Shirlvi Hnkcr hut' liglrrttll Hill HLlLlHlg.ll'U luh.i Hrnson Karen Roughto Icrry Bt-x craigc Paul Bittner Sue Booker Q SENIORS DECORATIONS Dccorgitions for thc clam night and coni- nicnccment :irc wry important. The event as wcll ns tht- surroundings :irc also im- portant. Francis Iilwcll, Hob Arnold, Fred- dzi I,cCronc and Marion Ioncg head this group. l3O im limiiks imtliy limwii X inn- llrowii l iii li l'iir i li Iliili is c rilxii Cfgiri ci. . in Ikiiiiii Sun C it oliiim' Cfuiiicr lull K liltrin lx if "4 ilk Cflicslsm l ul llrlmllcw' k' ,'L 1 gmwdqmwg SENIORS ANNOUNCEMENT Scmliiig our iiiiiioiiiiccinciits i5 the ir.i ililioiiiil XVAIE' ol' lclling our lrii-mls imil rcl nlivcs of our grinliizilion. Phyllis Sclimcil cr, lirucc Irwin, Darlene Lewis :mil Mar thin Hari winposc this impurliim group l3l Clyile Cypret Nl.iry .Xnn Vmxiper Ciiiry Cfnrser lerry lfrenxlmw loyee Daugherty Ku' D.ixiex l'iiln.i Crmlvy Ginger D.nis Bill Day lere Lynn Dicks XVendell Cummings Lnnginne Deal Clara Dryden Chris Delaporte lorry Doty Phil Dreessen iss night is essential exery year for Seniors l the next elm In come. This enmmntee is Xlxrni Nlesscnger, San- Sinnh Dirk lx ox l it Sewell, and it ii? v. Q! ,----. lv I 7, 2 HW. P?" .mf 'dx Q U I E N It-.nik rl If 'Y- ry- is llonnic Urcrnc Cmmiu imurgc ,.,-r Snmny iiccxcy lcrry 1-mug lfnnnic Kirclncr lluylc CQl.ml-5 .ov-1 xl.lfli ll.nll llukil- flllkllflw' locxllc ll.1m lwlm llgamilton Tom llnrris Quin Doll: llnm cllllly llaws Tom llays lo Alice llcmlcrwrwn Arm llclms SENIORS CLASS PlCNlC lJlll'lI1ILf ilu- Scnior ycnr llwc Scnlor Class Picnic. cummmmly fnllcll ilu' Scnior Slllillli, is am cvclml In wlmiclm wc lmmli lorwaml. Nlnldng surf wc gc! on Ilmc right mud anal gc-I ul ilu- right place is :llc julw of Char- lutlc xVl'.IXl'I', Ken lluwcrtrm, and lcrc lliclu. l34 Charles llt-staml Hal licmlm Ted llcrring Nlartlia llc-rt Robert llillicr Dale llinrcs Patsy llorn Icrry Hinklc- ludy Hurst lohn Howard Kenny Howcrton Tom Howell Paul Ingram Tim Iaclcson Hiram lolinston ,.,x Bruce lrwin SENIORS PANEL NValking around the halls ol' SHS, you will notice pictures ol' Seniors of ycstcrtlzly. Making sure the Scniors of iq-38,59 arc put in thc traditional place are Charles Hcstaintl and Iackie Godfrey. 135 gum Hug "T'7 --is if-Q xx Ioe Iones Xirirthn Iohnxton .0 L-my Rh I.qirry Iones Carol Kelley Xi.ir1.in Iones l'.iI Kellew ixnren lxeiso Iini Kennedy llgin Knott Dick Knox lfrecitlzi Lelfrone Iohnny Knox gr llirlene Lewis Chnl Livingston VK'illie Linzy SENIORS CAPS AND GOWNS Being dressed for the proper event is very iniportxtnt. The wearing of the Cups and Gowns is the highlight of every Sen- ior during his or her Senior year. Vera Preston. Tom Harris and Ioyce Daugherty :nuke np this group. l36 Don Linsennieycr l htl Xlti ullnm Xlarlt KIA ratlxcn Vesta Nltlrinnre llarlwara Xleliinlu Sharon Manning ll I' U X -il . .I llale Nlel'heroii Heather Nlac:Xlpine llexerlex Xiarstlen VE Xvantla Maxwell Xlyrna Messenger lerry Xlelwane SENIORS PROGRAMS Like exert' hook must have its preface. graduation must have its programs. Mari- lyn Schroeder. Pat Duncan. and limtnie Stegelman make sure of the printing and passing out of the programs at the prop- er time. I37 ...x .44 111.111 11111.-f 1111.1 xr.-11 x1..f,- M1111-1 Cl 1.,L -11 11,111-f Ro111.1 l.1'e Xlilmy KLIFPII Klungvr 5.1111 Nlyers Carol Nlnrlow lf1lill1 Newell lilsie Neufeld Tom l':1rclee Kelly U'Ne41l S41111lr11 l'41l111cr XVilli.1m PLIIIOII ljgll Payne Slmron Peck The most llI1P0l'IH1I uint of Senior l113,,h Sehool lb the 1,r1du1t1o11 of the Sen' lore Thxs we1r pl.1nn1113, the progr:1111 for e01nn1eme1T1ent 1re Xhry Xllllflf, IUJXDII Dnviml Pm-k Rogcr Pliilslis lioni Imwcll l'crrv Pnling W fyxp, Yam .Nlnigi Preston lcrry R4-cil 'llmn SL.ll'l3l'UlllLQll Nlxirilyn liiilvr Gary Rippy Sue Rivers Ieglncltc Ross Curl Riilen Bcity Sqlilcgel Rita Sulilclinlwr Nlzirilyn Schroeder Phyllis Scl Ircm ulcr SENIORS BACCALAUREATE Sximlrn Swank, Paul Ingram, and San- dra Piilnicr will plan the linccnlgnlrente ccrcinnnics. I39 .44 td 'F'-r 3' ,A 9,4 NIO Silt' Sciticl Icrry Sclvring l'4it Scwcll l.crtvy Slutipttiii lim Smith Cltrnlyii Sha-rtnnn Betty Simons Runnic Skccn Indy .Xnn Smith lim Smith S.intly Smith Ititly Snyder Glgitlys Stark Steve Stark Patsy Stgincoff lim Spaulding .-Xnnc Steward limmic Steglemtin Frank Strickland Sandra Swank Umm- llwmpwn livmllm' ,l..ll'lvxlIlALQlHll l,.llXY N .anxlh--.L-amrnr Nlugnc l.lrl41ugtu1x l0.Xllll XN.ull.nu' Imly Ycntrix lan Nlfml Hill Ware Clmrlutlc- XVc4u'c'r lim Wes: Patricia XX'hcnIlcy Ruth XVutkins llolw XK'hitc lloyd XVhitson Billy Wilson lanicc' Vlllsmx ludy Xvlll loan YVolfc Sandi Cll'll1lll011S Mary l.0u ljCI.lll10fC NIO Qfmau. 5 JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS Terry Thorne, lret1.v1u'fr,' Darla Sheperd, xf'w'c'za1'y,' Bill Endorf, pf'e.f1idc'nt,' Bob Burt- schi, zf1'ze,pr'r,f1'a'ent. as luniors, our class has strived to set high goals and standards for the Iuniors of the future. Although it has not always been easy to do the tasks we have set before us, with the help ol' our sponsors and the cooperation of the entire class, we have been alwle to succeed. Our Iunior class has had the confidence and self-assurance it took to meet all the decisions and problems that were brought before us. Our chief project for the year was our Iunior-Senior prom in which we were all interested. XVe can all say that in our Iunior year we have achieved our goals which we have set. -9- , b , ,W Q 11 if in 1 9' ' A , A X, fx' Yu-la k::I,jt'tl't ul .lgt I N -2 .f It Xktn rf Init-ii Xkii: ,, v 8 Ig AY ll lx X118 4 .NS M ' A 1. f i A '- i 3 it . V ' , ., t 4 ft ft I' ff' T- 7 , Y S V. ,, A . ...L, Q J U N I O R S RING COMMITTEE This year's ring committee hail the task of ordering rings and collecting the money for them. 1960 class ring styles were chos- en by Sylvia Greincr, Sandra Thomas, Carol Miller, Holm Phillips, and Stanley Osborn. I44 lint- .Xtklns ltihn Xntrx lX.IlL'Il krtltwi Xllv ku ll.llIlllIIl lin llakf-y lftani is lklkvr' Sally liakri lin: liaiiivs linlwin liarncs X .llt'flL' llarncs loytc liarlcll lenny Xlac lkttcs Iimmy llcatlrliainp Roger l5cc't'l1.ln1 Carol licrgvr lim Easton Mary liirchartl Donna Bilycu Mark Br tmcm ks Dclcia Buck Melvin llrunvr lorry llllklxllt'l ful.: limrlm ffl.nlm'c'n llllzrlx ? gn' llulm llllflm ln ',t"": ll:.Xl11x4..um l'm'rg"x l.Ill1t'llll'l ' ' l l.Ill1ll'lll' C In-.ull wa licmlwlmy 1 lnwlwru ,elif lie. ln 1 llllNIIl.lI1 . f n M Slmruxl Vlmrrll vi 'X L, X r 2 , ll.II'll.lf.l K l.1rlx Kenny illrlx Nr-lrl.1 fll.lllS1'll ll.lI'l1.lI'.l 1 lxltnn Iicrmlvr- llcmli llll.lflL'x Klunli ., I , Nlikc Vlmrixwell A 'v . ,. lnnxny l,C.lI1 A llr1nn.1 lhwlrlrli - 1 Ronin: l,t'll1.lfCC X' K Q X Iulm llol vsrr n Vern Dye 6' Hill lfslmxson ,.. :Q l7rnnce5 lfllingmn liolverl lluclumll X K , x l xl I K lxx xl . J U N I O R S PROM COMMITTEE lt looks .ns il' we lmxe Ll lmppy group planning the most exciting exent nt the year, "The Prom." XVorking on llm im- portanr event are Karen Gallagher, lean Speegle, Inclith Gray, :md llill llemlerson. I45 Ta -Q, .. v R 1' nv-'M 15' T .s - X . 25 5 5 ' ' K E ir. 1 f "H ' :,' . , ' , 4. K ,- , A , A 1 "' Li, 5 nav ,, - isis: 4' Q v T ' im l i Q' V ff 373' cr ii 'X " ,.,.. .h ' ,NN X ' - iifatfg ., V. ' X f 7 l' f 51115 N T 1 - ,E Of' nf- K' G' ' Q - x 'P' 1... Q I .,,. 1, ks. i A 'G7' ' ' ' , Y 5 1 s . 74 ' i . .. yy. Lian, -.- 1-.7 l 'E ,,.o are-+4-E --z E I .. in ,N F N 'Adil' 4 lx A. if ti. I k t as E as N E 1- S-. a.f,x--I t ii - , rn E .. . 3 3, . - E vw. -1- ,, ,,,. .lx f.:" . T J U N I O R S SEATING COMMITTEE Seating cwcryonc lor the lnnior-Senior Banquet is quite a job. Working on this committee and carefully planning "who sits where" are Mary Lee Hert, Caroline Young, and Alice Cudd. I46 lnice liniinniix liill lfiiilnrf Kay lfntlnrt lhxi-l lrwin llclwrew l'-Niklfll .Xnn lfnstrr l.t'nn l7lc'xiit'r linen Cl.ill.igln'r l..iNlnnt Cm' lncly Cicrinnii fy Gillwrentli Ktitliy lining tlirnle Cmnt Intly Gray Kenny Clrms Sylvia Ureiner Pat Harrington Gene Haut' Ruth Hell Dick llnynes lngi Henry Nlelvgi Halde Tii. in Beverly llannilton lfredtlie Ugntenlmy Myrna Iflaff It-Nw llanllv " 'I Karen llanwn S W iiuraltlnn' llfwa-ra .V 5 3' . . ' Q Xancy lllx 'v,,- X M -,A 'Q SlllIl4'N nm 4 , X ax xl.lI'g.lft'l llnxnplzrm larry llnpklns lp-. fl. z en! wut ' 4 "' ' K II k i' L . l T." Nanrly llwpknw O Q ltddxe llntwtnn ' 'ffi'litg1'lQ A :gk iflenda l lnghu Karen lfllllhlllll l'fCtl ltmrs lay Innes Nlarilyn Inhnwn A-...J . I 9 l,C.llHl.l lung 3 , Indy Kap X - - g ' IL Laml ,Xnn l'Xllll.lH Rudy Kinney , 4 A, 3 , Gary lung 1 V Nl b Y' ..., i L, V. a t X ' 1 .rl 3'1" 'F ' 5 ':l."?' , 5.51 Butch Kratl Glenda Laughlin lean Lewis Glenda Mt'l3anielQ gf' lanice Nlclanuchlin J U NIO R S PARKING Sumctixnes we wonder just what the purpose of the parking committee is. I think that Mickey Bainum, Butch Krall. and Kent Houck all have the wrong idea. I47 m 5 S ' 'SEA' 35, list" ' ,L G1 ' Q M i i am X X 3.5 . b L . X lA A l r rf .f 'F f ' ,, wi X A ,553- 'Z' . at W 1 A Q 'S v i 4, l X. N. X , 5. 1 x l Llf 'X ' '-. "1?'- f .- -- f .5 is Vu 4 'X? S I J U NIO R S TICKETS Ronnie Demaree, Frances Ellington antl liddie Pryor are trying to decide who will issue tickets and when for the prom. Looks like they might get them out tloesn't it' I48 lolin Nldiroskey Carol Nliller Y. iiiit - Mall Dale Klart! Santlra Xlt l Janit- lxllen Nloxs Sue Nliller l.L'onartl Mile lloraue Nlooit' Sliaron Nlatliix l..irry Hose Larry Nell' VK'illnir Nenleltl Ruth N cirtiigii i Holi Niles Stanley Uxlxorn Gary tfllonaltl llicli Overholt Duke Uverholt Wally Parham .Nltleen Payne Leroy Patton fxniebel Payne Yelta Pecl-L Ed Pendleton lorry Rt-tliiig Huh Phillipx . ,, . Es? X 1 A Shirley limi ' 'N W ' f X L lwl Prim . ly Y i XX .ixiie Pm-.t'Il l"-.I In llviii , tr ,,u',UVi5- ef Q 'F ff if Qiiteff T T I-rctl l':'tci in iii ,M ?Q,iE, aQ- fd 1 4 5h.iitiii Kiiitw lihtll licwliix y' N I ' Ku liiilw F i' Q If . . , I i I.iiiit' ht-iiiiixiiiilcr f Nl.irth4i Rcniiiwil 1-x T' XV.iiitl.i Rieulx " Ruth fxiin Rugerx . Rulellgt Rust E 'ff' - Stimiii Russ lohn Rtixsell Hurry Selph L- I.it li Selph h x lliiiiim Shuptuii ,!S.'X k i fri! --I-r t lilihlx ' Clary Shciioltl l.uiXiiii Siiiipstin Mary Sisstinx Row Nell Slntle Larry Smith JUNIORS MENU You tum t'crt.iinly tell twin the lmiks on their laces that our menu committee will Illrli ulll the good food this year. They are Cilmlcen Burris. Harry Selph and Kay lfndorf. I49 A XX .'t RY K S ,M ig I 4...w,4.- 0 I. .",. 'J Sri o Susan ficis is trying very. very html to think ot new itlczts to misc money for the Innior-Scniur prom. Dick Uwrholt might he trying to assist. l5O H.lIlLlI'.i Sumter t'.1rt1l Spmtmi-Img NN- Ntlgcrw I.mt't Slum' ltmmx Swttm I.1t1tf.tNtw.url11gt' l7t.t1tk S'.wt1.Ht' I.,nI:.I l.lt1111 lin tmrtl 'lint pm lhlufcw l.l:.tt1I': Klvttttiv Tttrmy lim Thompwtx Shclla Tcrrtll Tvrry Tlmrxmt' I.lI1tl.l lttutlmltl Stlxic XV.1rt' .xltrt lftltlti Dorothy XYCIIY Utmnxt Xxvtilhlltlx Paul Yztnfqtmlt Syhm lily SILITUII Dnnit-ls Ilgtrlcnc Uriggw llcnntm Dyc 'Ibm Fowler Doris Devine Carolyn lfislicr Susan Gris Robert llllllllfil' Iniicl llcmlvrwnn Bill llcnelerson Mary Lee llert loc Riclen Wendell Kelxo Kay Long Darla Shepherd lean Speegle Sandra Thomas Caroline Young Gary Wright ff' 71 I l 'gf rv fi ' Ns? S. ,n in .N 2,f 9 ,f ' ' ,px V -+.X'A 7 rf f F ' 1 , ' " 1 'N X- ' x V. Wag Q- X Y LK 1 X Q , N . X x 1 , X ' 1 I , 'H , 1 'N fp, A xy 5 -Z 'Q Q. + Y --I- ' - 'I ,' " N , , , .' f 1 0 1 . b SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS Tom Berry. lrcafurrrj Tom Kinnick. pre51'drnt,' Linda Ioyce, .fC't7'C'!d7'y,' Karl Baum- gartner, z'1'vc"prc'.v1'dent. twe, the Sophomores, have completed a thrilling year at Stillwater high school. At the beginning of the year, we were excited as we looked ahead to see what the year would bring. VVC have worked hard to reach the goals that have been set for us, and we are confident that we have attained them. Our participation in various school activities has proved important to us. This shows that we have and we can, in the days to come, play an important role in SHS. As we reminisce over our year as Sophomores, we will never forget the wonderful memories that are to he found in SHS. fwax as Q Q . url'- f ' fv- 7 .f- I V' X f A J' ,- v K J., .1 W 5.--'4'.' ,.: .. xl, s P' Nw 'L' 'f 473: QXMQ., , 4 '5 3: if A . mg.. fa ,- 4 4' n ix , 4 f YI qi- f , yn 4. t -Y " v ,-1, '- 1158 ii LV: ix ' 2, I 3, 1- fm '5 g ri Kgs' 1:3 , Q 'fr ,, 4. Y w- . 4" A uf- .... X ' xr is-v I X' ' 'f S O P H O M O R E S 5 .1 I G by 3. 6 8 A " 4. .X , "f ""' vw' Q. X' L --- A i fi r an Dfw! Us I54 Tx. , ig? ' 1: r Q Y' N--r':1.m X4!.m1- Ya rQE.11e':- UM :r C.Mml.1 Xfhmlr' f..n.ul1gh11 .Xlkzn ur H151 Xrrwl-l Karl l'1,lHIHQ.lIHIlI NIL! MM- lirwrfl Im-1.1 I-LN fAIII.ll'x Iirxzx X 1. Rx lknrm Rlyrwrml Iilx lfmnc Nlill Gunn liczlm-l1lv1R' lhrrxl Hl!'.l'l1 ifhrcnw BL-.rr llclbnrt liumgnrm-r XV.15nc Hullmk Tum Hcrry Nnm Buwmnn lfrlcmlu llrmixhcr M.mlyn Iimwn Marie Hurry Karl lilchm Maureen lirumtxclml Chrncll Brady Guv Bmaddus Irma Cqlalwcll Eddie Bclzmi Cathy Bilycu Dana Cowan 'nl 4,l.Hk llH4i.l 1':1mu1!f'n I H5 UH' I 'm kr HHH Nr!.r:v.n l'nmxJ1.1f 4l1.rMm 4.1-vw. 1 I1-fm l In mx! I-Ldv l 1111. 1 5 :tx .- ., lk 'r.. ffm :mn Hulk fax... , ' li,,b11.nk A ." f ww Y A. Us CID' ,x R! mf.: l 'wg-nz MJF. IN.1x fiwwyrl' 'I ,., NIH flax ,TJ Nr.e'Fcc11lM1:z' IULI3 04.3, L "-5,5 1 1 IK X x I I V X X I l'.nl Vm: IU! l'.w:Lk ' 0' 9 4' . : Im- l1.lI1lLHi.lf , A 4 . ,X 1 Slmrwn cinrffvdljlllll I G7 s XHI1V.lXkl'. ' , U 4 I W x 'Y ' I xv 1 'X ' . I Mumlxn lkzll 'A Y L ' we R.1y lhnnlwn F 3 av 4 Q ,,, J' hnugcx llurh.nm ,, V N L' 1 I '1 ' L F 'I' 54, - ." Ummm 3 L ' K ff f x 6: N S H , M Y r An.: xi.. ' ' l'i.xc I mm f"'j-'3 Kcnncrh Flaming Luk Durham X, Mary In l2l'lCkb0ll tj Iuhn I-Aparza - ,., Ax 'X K Ima I-M.--.I lin In-nr 1.11.01 iw:-1 RMU l' l i'.'. ilmm, llviy Q.: .nf 4.41-, ,QHIIIRAIH IWW fl' L. -'3 L,,,...f gl I -r,.1 CQr,.m1 Univ. lv'.1i1.,1 lamzx Ilxlfgw Nhrx II11L:!,1 Il111kc-Urn Inn Crm? ham' H.-xl k.uc'n Illlmw Kf.m1lx'n Ham Knhlccn Hmm H limlli. Hunmm H111 Irwin Gurdon Ham Ruger Huhman Icnn Hamptun I'.1ul Karr l.mml.x Iwycc 'I' mmxx 1 Kinnick I.micc Kmulil Carol larclot Ifmnk lay Rm. I..1wx,1 ,1 11.111 l,c1111.111i I'-Jia lc-111 41.111 I -11114 ll1gf11 11:11, R1-11111 1.111111 I.11111.1 M.lfllIl K.11l1l1'111 51.111111 Xk'lH.ITli 51.111111 51.11 Mc'w:1'1g1 r 11.111 N1t'!7 .xI1I1C'lI.l M1114 Hcwrlx' Mlllcr M1kr M1llr1 - 1 'XII111 M11111c'1l l.111 1c'I1.1 Mllc P11111 Mlllvr K1'11114'1h MC'iflllC' l'.1t M. I 7.1111 ' of , , - W ,, ti . 3' 111w11-11 1.1. 1 .11 rcs ' ' ,, 1' ' , 3 we 1 t, Ll H! , 1' 4 1 , A ' g A bi' . 1 X 5 5 IJ1111 M1C,1111kcv Vrrl MuI.cmorc MILCC Mcwhcrlcr I.1n M.11AIp1m- l'.1ul Mooney Hglfllilfii Murray l'1111l111c Morrow Martha Moore Charles Moore l'.1l Moore ' 'CP- 1 1 1,4 f Q3 vi, Tvr X A v Q: 4 1 .. 1- , 1- 1 x i , 15X w- ff - ,G '7 fl 'E SOPHOMORES 4' -. 1 W F I 111 J 1.x fl:--. n, Az' 'n fer Q1 NV' 'rf xl xi gh. Ig se 14 1 N 1' V - i Rnnnnc' Nmrlrfer lfl.1lr!Y1.5vY. lun' Nrxxxw wr fr"!1irlIlYl!'1'1l Nu . .11 Yr nf IV-m:.4 X " lM.RI'fx'1:1 l',1r l'.1rr.'n ln!!-'I-Il IW nsxzzulrx ll.1rlv.1r.1 Nqcmlmmxm K.1Ihx R4-ul 5.111-lx Rum H Ruxlj. Sturm MM Stun Iran Smnh Hull SIHIIII 'Inn Stcblcr 'I'-unrny Srhlchuhcr Alvin RLIIHN licttyc Srrwtrcr Don Scot! Mary Spaulding Roberta Sain: Rae Mac Siasons Icrry Rein Iuhnny Swccr lun Springer Terry Schroeder Iancllc khrocdcr Tim Stuart IMH' Nzrwlz ll xx ,HM I :zu 'M Nr 11 HH: ' VIL X54 I . 1 KI, .111 In r.'I Mix .. H'r XM" ..,, xl,N,! inf., lww H.. nf lm.. 11: R gc? 'xkfxxnx un. XMXlrnwx1l.urx l.n'r, XMIM hum Whrtu1.1n Hal, Xk.1!!.vIl I'.am XXI-.zur lfxrul XVHL X'z:41m.1 XVIIIIC IMu.1E.l XX.ul1l'u:n H.lfl5.H.A XYh.1thy l'r1x.1lf.m XV.xXl11r1k.1 lfmlhcy XK'11ght N1.lI4Q.lI'lI xv.lHKL'I' Rn XV.11I.n'c' Imrcn Wnlwn IH:-flu' Iifpcr l.1n1l.1 Klcnn Ihmthy Mullnndlc s David Ggmlm-r Inhn Schitleler Darrell Osteen Trudy Thumawn Carl Bastion Sherri Nc-Iwn lane Price Betty Wilwn Ianys Richardson ?fze44men l Ngebvu X t i L-XX 6 F FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS Mac DeLozier, preyidentj Mary Nell Parrott, secretary-treu.cw'rrg Dale Howard, vice- president. Ghe Freshman class of 1958-59 has almost completed the first step up the ladder to graduation from Stillwater high school. Now we are on the way to becoming future leaders. Our Freshman year has proved to be n very challenging one. Many changes have begun to take place. When we were admitted to high school as Freshmen, we knew we had many goals to achieve and many new experiencs toward which to look forward. We also felt scared and lowly. But now our self-confidence is restored and we have achieved some of our smaller goals. During the year our athletic teams have shown improvement and have brought success to the Freshman class. We have taken part in school clubs and activities and we are looking forward to our next three years in Stillwater high school. WJ' Hilmar R.u.zxwnJ Muffin XV.s!ll'l' .X1f.lI':x liulv. Xixm 5 1 Xi'-147 lpmm. Xrkmx tm: n Nunn x hm. .Uvwlxuvr Shu 'kurrx Y!,rm.xn l'1..lu- rx Rm. fhannmg l'r.1nk liunu Nlliw H.lllTH.lHH imkv l1.arn.ml Rm. rnflmi lim N X um.: H4-.nrzx l,.1rry B4-ll.ntt1 Krnt H4'IH.ilNIIl K.1r1'n licrrvllwk lictly' Hcrry R. nnhl lim umgc Ian Vmggx C,h.4r!nt!c Hr aww Nancy Hrnghnr Iuxix lm-wrun Iixulyn Br-wk M.1ry linmkx Leon Iimwn Ihnrlrnc Bryan C.1mI Burt-xn Lloyd Caldwcll Glenna Clary Kay Clifton David Clodfclter Linda Cacy FRESHMEN .va y, , 9. 4 4 R Y ., F71 ff- ' V U Q if-Vffzi I x L X E17 , . S N 1 A? in J it K i ff? Q 5825 N -in 1' RL. ,' . Y . L . ,L M Q . K mwkx,J 1 k :WF Q rf Jw- can ri M- ...fi ' V X 1 Q ailif W 5-I Rauf- M ff . Q - .. 1 Nl r 'Y , rv 1 ,Q L, w nn " L "b, a Y G- 4. If Q Es. -. 3 . in I v, ,,. vi. Z- A QQ, F., 15- V , "' 5 ' f I ' L... l A X x f K . -' ,'f'5!N xr: ff' . - C L 4: I - -1 cf , ,, 4 'L Q , rf "' ,fs l Q . f Q 4 - ' 1 32 f r 1 15 "X v ' X I lk. f fv,v. .L Y"J' so so 2!. I64 A 11 Q " If 'S A . 1: f' 'tr 2 nh - A . ' 2 k r gh ll x I f by LV Y 'g f-- r , Y, D I 5 ff 4 if I -ma, l . THD full' In-ull lmllrm Slv.11rll1l'rrfrl,4' lr-hum tulle- lhllx lr.rxn'n lsr:-. l7.rlL' 'lhrrrrrrx Frm! ll,rr1ll.ra':rrm Nh. llflv1lll'l' Nhrrlxrr lk-nm' 5l.llIll'C'll llcurl Kfufrl llcrrm 'Ibm lhrzxlrrr l'.l:rflA.r1 llrrnullr l'rc'nl l 1:11 X l,.lIl.l llc x rm Mary llrxclvn U:-rw llwrrrx lllxlu llrvw lmlm llrruall Kc-nm ll-Mr M,1Q,llxw'll li.1rrx lprwrlcx l4.ulm.u.1 l"clluns llurrrlrl l',l.lgjCf Xlllhl l"rxcal4m.mn lun lfullwn Mary M.zrg.1rcr 19.1544- lxm Gqrrct K..urr.l hurt-fn Rul.m1l hwrgc I.rn1lJ Gram Ulmcr M.lfy' lieth Umm limb Grcfralh lhll Kirlffnlhx FRESHMEN - v 'wink fnxmw-. M.lIg.lIt'l Mlllzr Sun H. xlnm IMHI! Nur Hamm!! N1.zl1:zrl1II.u1x 1 - exp H Hua 'Nu Hug lu W unc Humln x Hun Ianct Hughes loc .arms hlclnc uma He-In Iunu Icanmne Inna Vhrrnn kdlx Iam lxcxs Marx fum huh cr Kfcnc kulllm Ivan Ixnn lxmnnk l .xrolxn kxrhx John Iambcrt Kamlxn lang. ex karen Iarxun C harlcx Inu u Iuhn longfcllow H C Lmd luarlcnc Mgfyuxrc FRESHMEN ,.. , ff '71 V., . 3 I I 'Y v- ul!!! 5. 9"""T 0' V7 Q I in-Q ,4- A1 1' vf 'Q' ll ix 1 'X-L 4! C? , ff' .ff 3 K, X . I if . ij? '.. ,vs . 'N vi r55?""-Q Q 1 M-4 , ,pi A if' :S 'Z .QJSTKSQ ., ,ix My ,t . 2' 1--. Q. tzzziig, P fftlftzg rm'---1 . , "9" Q.. 4-'I Q... 'X Th tg, ew' Ma! 'K il 1 avi Tv I66 S 3' 1 ' ra -4 A., .. Q.-.-f x...-if 'W X., W v QW L" ' X' M .: , , .sfiflfl " f 5 .1 : fer? , - . "" . '- 134: 43' "'-"'- fo' 5, Cs. N W fi E. W'K4 fi W i 4 K. il 41 ' ff'-. f' -. 0 's 7 A Y' G1 Ax nr 1 V I Y' t ,J 4- , . As I as L N-.w K lm 1 x ,Wy ,, 'rf Q 'Li ' ' I " 'i jill' A S.xmlr,1 Nfic-my Xfrmly Mclfnry Sl1xI'lL'X' MLIT-nD.llLl Inn fly n M.'i,ul I1 nh l.lHKl.1 Nlaclulllllll lhrulml Mrlilrgxft 'Il-rrp blil:.lI'l.lDll Maxine Mau Xllmcr M.xL1rc'c'n Mack Suv Marlnw I. ll. Nldlllll Iucly Mutnx l.in1l4x Mcullt' Ilan Mllmrpl ll.lI Mlllx Slcphcn Mills Rlnky Mxlmy I.1nct Mullcnnlurc R.1mly Muncustfr M.1rx II1 Mungcr C.1ml Ilarchcr Maxine Myers Mane Pnrlu Mary Npll P.1rmIt Mike Powell Deanna Puwcll Shirley Pcmclron Luu Phlllips Faye Price Ilavicl Pryor Gunlun Nelson Delores Pyle Kenneth Ncwmm lim Norton Mac Ovcrholt FRESHMEN 1.111 141'11l1111.111 511111 li111111q 11111111 141111111111 P11111 11.11111 111111 ,1.1 11112 1x1:111, Rl11.1 111111f111i1r11: 11,1111-1411111111 x111.1111r'R11 11 .X111 N.1.11l1.1 ,X1l11I' N1111 11- 11 1.11111 N11xxl1 X211 N111-111 11111. N11111131 '11-11 9111111114 1.l11x 511111111111 1111111 5111111111111 111111 41.111 S1 1.1111 Illkly 811.11111-111 , . XN1l111.1 511111111111 lb111l1111w S11111,141c11111 111111 S111'1w111111 N11r111.111 Sl1111l1'x' 11111:-1 A1111 5111111 1.11111 S111111x1111 .X111l.1 81111111 111111 811115 M.111l311 Slllllll BAJTX K.l1llTf1l 51111111 1'.1lr1c1.1 511.11111 N.1111'v 51111111 Sue Smith Luo Spencer Wilma lean Stcphcnwn Mary Ellen SICWHIFI FRESHMEN 6 9 1-9' Ill rf-I 1 gs ' ap eb K f -- 'C1 1 T ,f 5-E15 ' 1 1 f .Q , -vw T-rv 4- -, r 's u ,ax-va 14 I" 3 'Eff Q 0 1:"7 f x ti S 5 S" f YQ' S 1 1 1 Alain. 1 C. 19' 5? C. I A :gill Q' T1 I WK. 1Xm 11 1 " ,f 1 .S:7...iy 9 L , ' K Y- 1 1 J' 5 U 41 1 it X. .. - A QR' C I f . 'Af ' x ' .Th pl.. g xi - V I -7 -K, V ' +R'i"5f h f 5 'ff 2: ., 1 ' ' T' H 1 Q lf' iff' F x , . S , 5 .A K an " L- ,. . ggi. M '3 1 . If. X 'l f': F I 3 , cw' ' 1' z' vt- 7 B i PEE? 'ifli , nunv rf "1Z'fia ff...-4.2 :af Q-' N' s-f T? S.- J fr! JJ! V Hu ni Nl: xmul l'.1!xx 5HIIliWY4 r l,.mrx', 'I.1rIn,n I1llx'I'.uV.,r R +l.uml Tr:-.nl Vu? l4i'IHllH4' l..:51c- Ill-mm Il In liz-rx11.uN MN-un.n 'lllrxll I' Mr: IH-mu Vlukcx llptwn X'i'1III.l Ynk I In-Ww.1 Yu R I1 ..:1.lni XV.all.uc' In-Ik X r Hfllx loin- XVAIIIIIJH IL-WVU NVJM Sllnlll XV.1rrCn Rxlhanl Wheeler lK.1rb.am Xvdxhhllffl R-mms White Ch.ll'!K'N White Nikky Whltcly Fx.: Wxllxams Icrry Wi!li.um Iwycc xvlHi.lII1NUl'I B.xrhg1r.1 Wilson lun Wnlwn Iuhnny Wdwn Iwyuc Whlfc Nucl Yvuods Mary Wolfe Donald W'umuck 'Ibm York Put Dctcrman FRESHMEN FRESHMEN 1' AUTOGRAPHS 'fu leur- 1141: VM: 'i , ,a , Rulfx X'lilLHIl.IH ' L .- IH.. H, er.fA X" "' I 5 'X' 'Q 0 0 JSSPS-'4!0l""' work KU Km! Q0 Vokxxkl Wo Klum 9 ' ' K Qffbccj itd rg XiQ2"A'Qi 4 0 cum A+ 'ED M mf-- if Q0 5 ' hm www I gi' Qin" I llll ' Ms? 'IIB 10 ll W 4,2 5-J I70 . V ff' r - - f K , '1 ,... -X '. 0- L 1 Q0 C' . jg? 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Bruce I,cBaron Sponxor Gary Rippy Ted Herring, Kay Davies Chris Delaportc Frames iilwci Sports Edzzor Feature Honors and .-1u'ara's Sporty lfdztor Staff Artist XJ' i Bob Arnold Vesta Nlclrinore Bruce lrwin Ann HQ-Img Bill Baumgafmef fnzulation and Business Urgunzizulzom' Layout plrnst SMH ,-1,-11'-fy Lgyguf Ang,-1 Manager Connie Greiner Editor rwe, the Iournalism ll students of Stillwater high school, have made it our goal this year to produce a year- book which will bring forth all of the important events of the past year. Although there are many mistakes made throughout the production of this hook we can say we have tried our best to please each individual student, teach- er, and administrator. VVe sincerely wish each of you the utmost enjoyment in the future from the "Pioneer" of '59, I73 arf 5-aw ill? V5 fv-9, 1r'T-ff! "8""s. 'S Dick Knox Barbara Sooter Paul Ingram Sylvia Grciner Glenda Laughlin Mike Criswell Pat Clifton Assoriatc Editor I74 Mary Lee Hert lean Spcegle Rita Schlehubcr Caroline Young Gladeen Burris i Icrry Recd Editor Sheila Terrill Carolyn Fisher :E me Uma AN ms MEP-SD I76 I g , VZ? is N dw' W W' f 'gdfcfb fix AU X P 0 ,X H Ffiteg - ' 1 YI ' ? , I v ' Wir' 4 ' ian Huw. RET u.0lf-D Us 'Ffa ' X - X- ' gfatkiif gi K .uilffzy A ' r I 'I' 'll , .ni - ' 5 4 ' Y u' X -'K Y :"'q' g - Y "'j' - i Q , i i 1 s L. Q --Q i ll ME! S4 '1' "gf 1+ .Salma I Cie rx Qi! QQ, ':"'i:!" ffl, X I gf, LJ 'K if - an XX Keep I I W. o f ,J + J if 1 R. R. Russell Superintendenz of Sfhoolx h r o ti g h o n t the cntirc school ycur of IQS8-IQSQ R. R. Rus' scll has prnvctl his nhilitics in gulf ministering the puhlic schools of Stillw.ttc'r, Known for his frienclli- ness, Nlr. Russvll has made many friends among the students as well its pzircnts anal teachers. Hahn Perkins geared of Zducadon - - - Secy. to Superintendent icing a friend and advisor to over nine hundred students of Stillwater high school proves to be Ll difficult yet not impossible task for Carl Tilley. He has shown the past year his love of his work hy the improved scholastic standing of the school. O D, Duncan, f1res1drn1,' George Newell Cilhert lriswell Nea ure: llittord Thomgis, Robert VV. Powell, loc L lr ton L epic :dem C l cl d R ll Domrt flt"7'k,' and R. R. Russell, xuperinlendcfzz 0 chool Sec: Ls Prijifpal Innes B lrlmx Nut DLL f ladw Burns Spccrh Fmglx h '75-lr Wesley Drlggs Sucn-.e .f 'T Ralph Gxbson Socmal Studies lumrncrgc in Iamcs Harns Phy ucal Educatlon l8O kg-'H F hid Nc L nur! Dons Brrlcm R09'lllC Becker Plnlllveth Brmlx g rurn l mln c ll menu um, X A-4 x .cd .fl Xllfllll Browne Q wnthm C lovs Forrest Colthlrp 11111 r N'llllKIlllll m.: OL xc C ooper Glenn Epperley Mn ll Mum Nfudgbe Nleacham Dean C l'FILll h Gus Fnedemann lmrrulmutnc lclurntmn le N4 Ann Iohnston Edith Holley Gladys Ingram Charles Hctrxck Qcxcncc Lbrarx Sclcncc Fnglnsh 91-cml Studles 'Q V X wg-it Q I' 0 l 5 U ' .1 0- 1 x' ' ,..,' 5-ig: 5 " Sega , Q 'P IQ Q 'fr' """. 3 I if ' l 'q . x .2 . . -ef' " 5 f 1-'fpnlh lf., lx' ,. -.,1- 4 - lk VV ffi v., an h V ., 1 hw in .J '6 A' R u I ll YA 3 1 . A x - tg 3 t V 1 . t 1 f t , ' - , b x llnm- .lung Ar , . - 4 fx I- -vlxh e E h f 3 . if X N ' 1 . e 1 I A 7 A .4 4 uf hrlx K, , 4' N l .. 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