Stillwater High School - Pioneer Yearbook (Stillwater, OK)

 - Class of 1960

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Tzmc never turns bac wards Its old' charms to gwc And only Zhrough pzcturcs Can yesterdays lzvc' G N-...,Uf"'5"' 7450 of ADMINISTRATION Page 4 PUBLICATIONS 3 L ORC ANIIA I IONS MUSIC Page fz ATHLETICS 29 1 SCHOOL LIFE lht HONORS AND AWARDS Pa e IO4 CLASSES Page 128 INDEX Page 173 93119 fu ' by CQ friendly smile and courteous, efficient manner characterize Dr. R. R. Rus- sell. administrator of the pub- lic schools of Stillwater. Our new school has been planned and built during his administration. It will be ready for occupancy next fall. Under his leadership, stu- dents have progressed towards a better understanding of ed- ucation and a more advanced curriculum. We thank Dr. Russell for his past and continuous serv- ice. R. R. Russell Superintendent of Schools xi t L , f I-rl Qdivising students is one of the many duties of our principal, Carl Tilley, who is serving his fourth year as prin- cipal of Stillwater High School and his seventeenth year as a member of the high school staff. Students, faculty members, and parents find Mr. Tilley easily approachable and al- ways willing to help. He is a friend and an ef- ficient administrator. School spirit is good and the curricu- lum has become enriched un- der his leadership. Carl Tilley Senior High Principal -1' Gladys Russell Sew'c'tu1'y zo Prim'ipal Eulah Bruce Bank Supervisor and Bookkeeper Ioe L. Preston, presidenzg C. Donart, flerkg Robert VV. Powell, Gilbert Criswell, lreaxzu'c'r,' Dr. Marion Smith, Clifford Thomas, wee'-pre51'dent,' Dr. George Newell, R. R. Russell, superintendent of Jchools. rgr l gg 88- I kenneth Baker iieatiunal -Kyieulture I- F A Elizabeth Brock Ioimiimlxini, II III N FHA Ocie Cooper English Pep Club Thema Go c Iinglixh, lournalixni Annual and Newspaper Edith Holley l.1lwra1'y Science Librarian 'Y Doris Barlow limes Barlow Rogglifg Becker L1111 I' 1 Foreign LIHEUJKL N 1Ln c K u '43 G- Marian Browne C lwdxs Burris Forrest Coltharp im 1111 1113 me Nhihq m mu I Nllltrlll Ihupi ni 1 X i I ir 1 SWS ., , 1 Glenn Epperley Gus Friedemann Xuuil Music ' lc ur.1i 11 Music Groupf. C Ral li Gibson ames Harris Charles Herrick , P , . f-1i1.1l Slum ich. , 1 . . .ip we. '. 1 . " ' " 1 - ' XM,-ilw11r'1ng NJIlUl'l.il I'I1m11r C wwcxlllng Richard Howard Gladys Ingram Thomas Lilly Arr 4 Iinglixh Social Studies Smlelliinor H1-Y 8 f C ' . f -'ie-'Z'::n" Eg, I 7 QI! 9: 1' lean Speeglc Co Editor 776aaeez CGM annual staff of IQSQf6O sincerely hopes that you enjoy this years cdilion of the "Pionccr." It has been changed a bit and wc hops you will like the changes wc have made. VVc are happy to have had the honor of putting out thc last Carolyn Fisher Classes and Admznzstratzon lxay Endort Staff Artzst Robin Barnes lxarl Baum .irtmr l'd linllaui liarlwiri Bloodxxorth Bill Endorf Sporls Edxtcrr umor Assistant umm -lsszsiant 'lluszc Edztor Layout Artist if . if H la ,4'4 l 4. s A 4 i 5 -X A sr x Glenda Allende 1- Kar Baumgartner Sandy Hopkins Carolyn Howard M: 5-. 'tv ip' rltten bu Stlllxx ltcr H1511 Sthool Iournlllsm l studcnts the Xll Sthool News IS edlttd lux sttond xeir students and puhllshtd uetklx hx tht Stxllxmter 'Xeusljrnss is 1 pulullt serxlte Besldts PYOIHUIIHY' better pulultc relmons xsorltnng, on tht stxrt hues promlslng rournlllsm studtnts 1 lnstt ltntmlulge ol the tundxmentals ot 1ourn.1l1sm Conduttlne IIIILFXILXXB, xxrltlnt, 1nd twpxng ll1Cll' SIOYICS students lmrn to mrlte their irtltlu tontxst 1nd to he pornt ut IIIILTLSUIIX Ind llllllflllllllt. Carollne Young Co Edztor Rlta Colasacco Roberta Haynes T7 Margaret Humphrey Ffllflli lil? -M 5, hrs year students wrote a Txmes for Teens page for the Oklahoma Clty Tlmes and attended the Oklahoma Press ASSOCISIIOD conference ID lNor man and Iournaltsm Day at Oklahoma State Lm verslty Along wxth Fads and Fashion Guess VVho Semor Sketch and Teen Tunes the staff has added as other regular features Alums ln Action and the opmlon poll The enure school system IS coxered weekly by the staff s roxmg reporters Lmda Ioycc Gladeen Burns Co Edzzor Alberta Longan QVN Shern Nelson Carolyn Pennmgton YN Y V' C7 Lmda Marlln ,1- 'fi Prlscllla Washmka yn., Martha Moore 1:1 Xfx Cathey Wrnght moi 5 Q31 g'lHemur1am Nugu t fl I tudent Councll W1ShCS to dedlcate xts secuon of the annual to Bob Burtschl a beloxed classmate and blstorxan elect of the 1959 60 Student Lounctl Bob was XICC presxdent of the Iumor class and an Eagle Scout He was admlred and respected by all who knew hnm Bob Burtschl Bill lfmlort President D b IN J 1:7 Carol Ann Killian Susan C cis Nfarv Lee Hert Vue Preszdent 56626102111 Treaxui cr I5 ,as Sandy Hopkins Horace Moore Caroline Young Historian Parlzamentarmn Publzcity Reportef omposed of representatives from every home- room, the Student Council offers to all students a chance to share in their school government. Besides giving students an opportunity to express their opinions, Council work helps students learn the principles of democracy while practicing them. Student Council has numerous service projects as well as sponsoring many social activities. This year the Council helped students become better acquainted through the annual Howdy Week and Howdy Dance. Christmas festivities were accented by a "holiday hop" given by the Council. Sadie Hawkins KVeek is also a Council project, along with regular mixers throughout the year. Football and basketball programs, athletic sched- ule cards, student handbooks and student directories all wear the label, "Courtesy of Student Council." XVho's Who, Career Day and the Football Banquet, financed by civic clubs, were Student Council pro- jects. Food baskets were filled in homerooms and distributed by the Council to needy families as Christ- mas gifts. For the second year the school record was made available to students. Delegates attended the Student Council Work- shop in Oklahoma City, the Southern Convention in Corpus Christi, Texas, and the State Convention in Tulsa. These delegates were accompanied by spon- sor Andy Murphy, a tireless Student Council worker for eight years. P J I . 82. Q 19:54. fo' Q Q gf? 9 o, Row ion low ow li. STUDENT COUNCIL ALTERNATES Revnolds Dclozler Iones VV1rd Tlemnnng, S Smxth Felkms Phllllps Ilrrott B Btrrx Danrel Pndort Crelner Looper Pryor Blrms Dorrxs Soxsle lung, VK 'rklu O Donxltl T Iitrrx Sumpter NI Snnth Henderson Norton Stevens Matrox J -uv Ll One ot the hrbhllbhts ot the student COUHCII s JCIIXIIICS IS the an nu1l Student Councll banquet ai.. Jas fm Tom Turxey tells a tlckler l Q HOXIP LI-IOMP LHOMP If ku 5 4-X " , NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY OFFICERS Terry Thorne uzceprcuzdent Sandra Thomas secre tary treasure: Vance Mall pfexzdent NATIONAL N So: 1 mn Y r. Www he purpose of the National Honor Socxety xs to gnc due recog muon to those students who d1s tlngulsh themselves ln the areas of scholarshlp leadershxp character and seruce The membership of the Red Rose Chapter IS made up of the upper ten percent of the sen1or class The qualxflcauons of the prospective members are consrdered by the fac ulty the faculty commlttee and the prxnclpal Half the membership IS chosen durmg the second semester of the lumor year From these mem bers are chosen the offxcers and the mstallatnon team for the next year The remamder of the members are chosen durmg the flrst semester of the semor year Mcmbershxp ln the Nat1onal Hon or Society IS one of the hrghest hon ors offered by Sullwater High School thus xt IS cherxshed by all who attain nt After graduatlon a person retams hxs membershlp as an honorary member 0 'Z - P . - 5 ' a . . . V 1 R . . D - I Q I - - 4' " 1 l 9 9 ,-wr' . 1 IM gy I . - 1 Q 1 9 9 ,?f's-71 ' . ' igmf' ' . . A gs 31: . . . 1 ' I , . . . 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' I YY -7 7' A XX .S 1 NATIONAL HONOR MEMBERS Row Terry Thorne Sandra Thomzs Xance Niall Row C ladeen Burns Lmda bucarlnben oyee Bxrtell Sallle Bradley Carol Ann Krllxan Carolme Young Carol Nilller Row Eddre Pryor Glenda Laughlrn Nelda Anblley Martha Stocl-lmg Allce Cudd Karen Gallagher Deanna Kms Row Ilmmy Beauchamp Sally Baker Sylua Bly Sylua Cyremer Ianet Henderson Sally Baker Gladeen Burns Ioyqe Bar-tell Irmmy Beauchamp Karen Gallagher Sylua Bly Nelda -Xngllew Sallle Bradlex Alxce Cudd Sylua Gremer :gag W.: Sprxng IS here and the lnstallatlon of new members IS completed anet Henderson Eddle Pryor Carol Ann Krlllan Niartha Stocklng Deanna king Lmda Swearlngen Glenda Laughlln Sandra Thomas Vance Niall Terry Thorne Carol Mxllcr Carolme Young N - ,nr 3 HH E 1 I 2' , Nm Www STATE HONOR SOCIETY OFFICERS Bob McCaftree, treasufer Carol Mrller, secretary Ianet Henderson, wcc' prexzdent I:.dd1e Pryor, pfcxzdent urpose of the State Honor Soeletx IS to encoumge SCh0l1l'Shlp 1nd reeogmze honor students rn hlgbh sehool Nomlnatlons tor members lre based on the grades ot mo conseeu srdered Only the highest ten percent ID JLJLTCITIIC Slllidlflg ot eleh elass are ehglble tor nomnnatlon In assemblxes, the openmg exercises are led by State Honor members Some of the actnxtles of the society are a pot luck supper and banquet III the sprung vuth the 1nst.1ll1 txon of the new offlcers I 1 - I- N . . '- n . '. . Q T. Q I C L I L xi V ' ' Y -' . 1 ' ' ' ' 1 ' a ' 1 ' ' " - tive semesters, except for the freshman class in which only the first semester grades are con- Row Row Row Row Row 3 4 5 One of the du tres of the State Honor Socrety IS to lead the assem bly ln the opening exercxses STATE HONOR MEMBERS McCaffree I Henderson Pryor Mxller St15,ers Deal L Henderson Kmnrck Moore Barnes Bartell Bradley Thomas Kllllah Young Haynes Swlm 'vIcCulloh Cowan Crowder Gage Burton Ward Deune Stexens DeLoz1er Sherlch Brasvuell Mack Burns Wethy sponsor Phllhps MSmlth Warren Cyarton Shlngleton Schroeder Brooks VVolfe Par rott Baker Bly Thorne C lxlng Beauchamp Moore Gray Dorrls Ham Cacy Sowle Leno Cmftnths B Bal-.er Clodtelter Leonard Schott bp ton M B Phxllnps Boothe MacAlpme Sprmger Afi 1: ' , . , . , ' . 2: U Y. , 7 ' ! . . 7 9 ! Y Q Y J 9 A 1 9 l I 9 1 1 ' : 7 3 Y 3 V I 7 . 3 V 7 7 V 3 Anglley, Stocking, D. King, Needham, Weaver, Cooper, McCroskey, Miss Mc- ' - , -. . 2 9 ' s 7 S N v 7 1 1 U r ' 7 l Y 9 5' - 7 3 A 7 S 9 ' : , ' . f I ' S l - ' ' ' 1 1 v a V ' , 1, ' 7 Y ' 1 . ' .. . l A M. -gi- Me LA MUSICA OFFICERS Raymond Ely prerzdent lanet Henderson wce preszdenz Marilyn Smith, .cerrelary Margaret Humphrey, treasurer Glenda Laughlin, reporter Ioyce Wolfe, hzizormn exeloping musical interests md participating in xarious programs incl proyects are the main actixities of La Nlusica La 'Xlusiea is .1 member of the unior Dixision ol rhe Ulcllhoma ledcrmon ot with other musicians to learn about the dilterent phases ot music md music eduution Meetings are held once each month is her: the lite ot .1 composer music or lwroadvi iw hits or some other phase ot music is used as 1 theme for the mutiny., Occasionally, guests from the St Cecelia Nlusic Club present 1 probram lor them and each xear two members recene Iiltx dollar scholarships from the St C Q Llii lub to further their education in music Q . 1 xi M X gi RX 7 I I. V I - A I' I - U I. . 4 .i x .'n . . 0 Music Clubs, and is a recognized group of earnest high school students eager to work ' - . ' '- ' . .. ' , 4 ' v , ' s . I ' A ' - I A , . ' l . K 'sf-'I 3 x Y 5 if F kiss ., I J 2 1 2 L E . F 3' g f , W Z.. W K- MU ALPHA THETA OFFICERS Sally Baker, secretary treaxurcr lmmy Beauchamp prcxzdent Carol Miller, wee president 7714: Alpha u Alpha Theta national hibh school math fraternity was organized as ct 5 H S cluh two yectrs apo under the sponsorship of Nlr Forrest Loltharp mathematics instructor The purpose is to recognize outstanding vsorlt in math and to cn eourabe lurther interest in thc tield ot math engineering, and corrclatcd subiects terest and studx oi scicntitic adxanccmcnt Nlcmbcrship is composed ot studcnts cnrollcd in 'xlgcbra ll r 1 higher form ot mathematics xx ho haw it lc ISI 3 li plus bride axcrag. in math and a li axcragje in all subiccts - 11' , h c ,- ' ' . , , . ' ' , Y .Q . r y - V ' x I- I f 'I F Y pf 1 - v The activities of Mu Alpha Theta include lectures, tours of in- A . . ' A - -. ' . . . ' ', ,, O 1 ' , ' ' 1 A V V. Q .Q - l , 2 , -. . , . ' . -, y ' '. . 5. W 0 o J xv 'r 3 '35 I wg' Q 1 '.. ,,,,f-. f4h L gg? 1 f,.L,' K3 II, sv -v W4 ., -Tigffxb 1 I . .--K i ,::::'Qz - 1 .1.- , nn .'-.' '.-no ' -1' A: ' Y A ,' Q i 1 M5555 , .. -4 1 ,... 1. V 'f'-733 um . Y .' v -, F 'I " ., rw- H1 'P' r.:1E+'..'45-if , ' ,:::::,f"y-"zz: v V -.....!!':11... , "v--w-Lbuuw 7 gf 15. 5 . 5 Lx " 1 .,.,,.-- .- .af X 5" L l I 4, ...I 5 'f r 5 4 -.-- .1- ' ?,'fii"??5"'C NATIONAL THESPIANS OFFICERS xmmy Beauchamp, treaxur er, Butch Kratz, wcc pres: dent, Gladeen Burns publzc :ty reporter Glenda Laughlm, secretary Deanna Kmg pref: dent Susan Ross, .fcfzbc edxcated to promotlng speech and speeth 8LllNllll.5 tn hlbh sthool Thesptans xs a member of the National Thesplan b0ClCIV The socxety stresses partlctpatlon ID the trts as 1 muns ot teathxng youth appreua txon of the cultural progress of the theater The Natxonal Thesptan Soclety IS an honorary orgamzatlon only lll the sense that students are gnen recogmtxon for haxlng met tertaln standards and FCQUIFLITICHIS 'wlcm bershtp m the SOClCly xs eudence ot the student s deslre to he assoclated vnth other youths workmg for better plat productlons The flrst semester ot the wear the members and apprentlce memlxrs uted mn and helped baekstage tn tht produttxon of the umor Stmor plu Ks I second semester pro1ett Thespltns saluted produted and dlrt ted thur UXKII a . 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My as Rovs 2 JUNIOR SENIOR PLAY CAST Ruth Ann Rogers Dana Cowan C lad deen Burns Glenda Laubhlm Susan Ross Deanna Rmb L lllbreath 1 Beauchamp Rax mond Dax ndson Nlrs Burns dun lor Mr 'VlcPhr.ct crs u :mn 1 I: ndorl 'Vlrs Wlllxams Wllll3mS Ierry Martln Sherlff Doollttle Brock Margy OLaughl1n Hazel Sommers Iohannah Green 'wlaurmc Gardner Pnscxlla Ralston Ruth Ann Rogers Raymond Daudson Irrn Beauchamp Cy Gllbreath Bull Endorl bladeen Burns Susan Ross Deanna Kms Dana Lowan C lenda Laughlxn bC,l1lNES FRONI 'I HI: 413' ,ff f Aw -J f"'1"-ff Q---ur 'iff DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION OFFICERS lane Corcoran Jfflffdly Carolyn Pennington reporter Carol Berger, hzxlorzan lxaren C nllibher rhaplmn Ruth Halt ncasurer Ixent Houck paeszdent Carole Grant paflmrnentanarz Harry Selph Lzcc' preszdent of ape or oicr and upon enrolling in the Distributne Education class the student IS a the club member ot One ot the requirements ot thc club is to h.1xe 1 yob, and Mr Frledemann, sponsor, checks each student to kind out for yyhtt yob he will be best suited lirst ot thc. year an initiation ceremony and banquet for the new members is held Nlonthly breakfast club meetings are held at 6 43 ri m where a guest is asked to speak on some tield ot business Some ol the other actiuties ire the annual Parent Employer Employee banquet, Thanksgnmg baskets attending thc stite and national conxentions and the choosing or a DE queen At the RK li x we l " 11' 3 V , Q - - ,'. , X ' , . . .,. ' ' I . ,Q 5' , '4 .' g " ' , ' 1 . V . . I , , , , , . - . 0 0 0 0 ll members of the Distributive Education club are required to be sixteen years ' A I- wt fl, - x I Z - . ', v - Row Row Row Row DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION MEMBERS Heli Lorcoran bclph Houck PLIIIIIIILIOD cfllll Bcrbnr C .allughnr Mr Irledc mann ponsor Newman Gray DIISQJS bootcr Comb Dumls Emmons Runnsnldar Atkxns, Fisher Hlx SISSOHS long, Lasu Blssnll Duma luxxs Warp ohnxon Shlrpton Wyers Turku Qolasugo Brooks Ncuinlml Oborn I urmm D 111 C lolg Hnsson bxmrmood Xmfmdt Moss Norton 'lhompbon Iowlmr Bookcr Look ,J '. 7-5 ' ' , Y- "- - 1 V1 3 v ' in '32 . - '. '. '. L11 . . ROW4: f ", Y A' , 5 . 'C' 1 , CL , Pray, f '. YS: x 9 V' Y ' yi 4' 7 N9 A v K Q 1 'hy 'xv ' Ex" qu' c at thc 'j, Lrxom almond IK fun un Lxulumnt ot the mluauon bm at h ld mmm umm: W3 'iw Meeting at 6 45 in the morning for a breakfast is rough but the D E members admit that they really haxe fun ' Q vga" Members of the D.E. ll class take a tour of the displays which every student is re- quired to make. 37 Ill watch my calorlcs lf you watch yours ' ' ' 1 'Y .1-J' nr-11 Une mo three Furxonc smxln 2' - uture Teachers of Amerrca started off wrth a bang thrs year at the annual Get Acquarnted party Speakers panel drscussrons frlms clexer partres a banquet and a pot luck supper contrrbuted to the success of the meetrngs throughout the year As for trrps FTAers attended the State teachers meetlngs rn Oklaho ma Crty ushered for the d1str1ct teachers meetmg rn Edmond and ln the sprmy, attended the state con vention at Alva FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA OFFICERS Susan Gels stare fmzorzan Betty Cml Sewell parlmmenzarzan Kay Endorf lmtorzan lane Corcoran treasurer Mary Nell Parrott exceeds that of any prevrous year The club therefore was able to com plete successfully many projects magazme sales frult cake sales baby srttmg for PTA members con cesslons at ballgames attending, school board and PTA meetlngs and cadet teachlnb Cadet teachmg offers an opportumty for each student to observe and teach hrs chosen freld such as musrc art and physrcal educatron FTAS prlmary purpose rs to mterest good students rn becommc, teachers to proxrde the opportumty to work suth children so that members may realrze potentnl satrslactlon ID teachlng and to bring to puplls greater understandlng, of the xalue of educatron ln Amerlcan socretv VVhether or not their members end up rn the actual classroom FTA clubs are pro- motlng the protessron bv understandrng the teachers and therr problems l"" 39 ' T . ff . .. ,, . V .. . - ,, D ' 3 . I , 3 ' P 7 x 5 7 ' , , , . .. . V , . . . V 4 4, . I L Q I Th' "bfh'ff " ' - -' 15 Years mem rs IPP '30 3' ,vecretury,' Drck Overholt, vice-prc'x1dfnt,' Sandra Thomas, preszdent. 1 9 ' . 7 . 7 . , . . V . V . V . VV . V .V V . . V , . . . V . . V V V. . . , - f . . . V , . . V V . . - , A L i 7 Vt 4 0 Ill ,ff TJ' J-rv ' ." N1 . lf! lol 2' :XE l :wg X f Haw The FTA's banqucl was well attended and excryonc had L1 good IimC. es llmv Row Row Row llmx' F.T.A. MEMBERS-Freshman and Sophomore SL-xwll,l'wrwr.1r1, Uxcrlmoll. licrmrnl. luarsrm. Glmcr. Nlullumlurc. imrloxm, lflcxuing, 'lllwrmg IDL' luxicr. King. Dobson. Douglas. l:lSllL'I', LXUICOYJU. Smith. Powell. Ilgmlcy. Swlmllc. Moore, Nclson, Boggs. iyrgml. Sllu-rxuli. V'.m'rt.:ll, XUUHLIII. Shfllwy. fll'L'lIlL'f. NYM-. .-Xlvlmu, Klr. xl.ifllI1.,ff071fO7',' liurmn. l'lOllIll.ll1. Trwmplcr, Hurie. Su-xxpnrt. llflllill' or. Vlfml. limukx. l'r1lc. Sulmroulur, XYilwn. Clrclm-r. linux. llcmpcr. YL-nlris. llcxinc. Dull, imgc, VVOIIQ. 'l1rrill. Hays, lluglmcs. lluculon. Phillips, Xlclllllmu. Runcll, Hurry. Sumptcr. Ilstenrng IDICDIIQ these F FA ers enjoved being enter tamed by one of the1r mem ers The FTQX HAllmx'c'c:I1 pgr, If proved to be great fun and wry filling. KX I N L Ihr mnnxl xrhuol open house 'Q 1 me A--47 iafmls i PEP CLUB OFFICERS Darlene Driggs pfesrdent Alice Cudd soclal chairman Iudith Gray sec retary treasurer Karen Cnllafjher vzccprendent o group does more to maintain school spirit than the Stillwater High School Pep Club. ln addition to urging the team on to victory before each athletic event the members help with mixers and concessions and take up a collection for the Oklahoma Nledical Research Foundation at each Homecoming Festivitv. Girls purchase their own uniforms made up of a roval blue skirt and sweater with the covered xx agon Pioneer symbol and the letters S.H.S. embroidered across the front. "Co team bo! we hear as they lead the rest of the student body in pep assemblies and rallies. C L U B l mv- "'o' S. H. S. CHEERLEADERS Linda Ioyce, juniorj Carol Berger, .veniorg Vicki Barnes, juniorg Carole Grant, scniorg Rhonda Tucker, junior. Row R mx Row Row Row PEP CLU B-Senior-Junior Members 1: Parcher. Rodgers. liillidn. Taylor. Stexcns, Urcincr. l.nu3glilin. lhcrr. lfnhcr Turncy. Remnsnimlcr. Tcrrill. Gray. Drigp. 2: Corcoran. Groonis. Riclmrclson. Hansen. Thomas. Young. liurris. .'Xrchcr. New man. Norton. Clurlc. llam. zz llclr. llgiyncs. I-iloml. llurlmm. lfiirrniclmcl. l.c-mis. Xlnrc. Rogers. lfnnnom lolinson. Atkins. Crier. Going. 4: Mrs. Taylor. .fponjorq Carpenter. Humplirci. Nlfishirilcgi. Klillcr. Nrlwn, Collis 5.1co. Majors. Sharpton. Nlclhniels. Foster. llcilrick. Vlhril, Clam. Sooner. 5: Rcnnison, Long, Lester. Rays, Tarlton, Carnes, linclorf, RlcL.1uchlin. Spccglc VVeaver, Schroeder, Sissons, Daniels, Hert, King, Geis. i if 3 5,3W?U3m Q 2 ' Q. . 'Z Q " 'fi lf if if'Q'f '? 2532 Q5 E55 ' "' an I ...M . -V ' I lf , Q I 0 .! H Q ,g H 'fr l!'lH fl1 u'-1 in 13' Qi 11 gt.. "'x 1 0 Q 1-w 4 S CLUB OFFICERS kenny brosb pfcufdfnz XKIXHL Ioxxell zrmmuu Tnrry Thorm xczzczag Unk Oxerholt wre prexzdenz 13 S11 xx r mmm I4 V Q v Xu . lar S .'1ll.ll wx 31 - 1 . cur kc. lm . , A ' K' .. L. ' L ' Q' 11 ur SWCLIISI rl , Mc' m-' . .' x.1 '. 'x '. Q- A4 , lllllglk, .-xx '. 'Q 'x. g1.4 . i,. K V. MLK . . ' 1. .Q ' .IK X ' KL . 1 1 lR'.lIlll'H1 '. wrcstlmng. wat 11. .K . . '. . . I ..x '. un' 1 I lg A 1" '.. . .'..L-jlly. 'mimics IM' . . ', ' . vll '. . .. . . I X. Row Row Row low Row S CLUB MEMBERS Csoach I1m H.1rr1s fpon or Thorne Clxcrholt Powell C ross Coach Tom Tur xey sponsor IDCLOZICI' lxmmck Doyle C,1nnady Crav C, Nloore Upton D Smlth E Bellwttx Nllhura XV1llllI'llS H 'Nloore P Nloore Hoyt Nlchols VK estmorcland BIUHIBJYIDCI' McC,atfree Cray Nles senger N1cBr1de Ph1ll1ps C,r1swell Autrv Howard Rhea Xdams lxelly NlcCory Foster Walton Bxlyeu Ches ro Henderson BQIHUITI Lpton Beecham Osborn L Bellatn lxeys Epperley Powell Bauman Edm1SOD Redmfb Taylor Bexerage Tarpey S CLUB SENIORS Row Terrv Thorne Dxck Cherholt VVayne Powell kenny C ross Row 2 Blll Henderson Blll EYJIHISOD Nlrke Lpton Roger Beecham Horace Nloore Bob Phnlllps Bob C,hesbro Row 3 Sllnlev Osborn Iohn Autry Nllclxey B11num lxcnt Houck Rlchard Tarpey Mlke C,r1swell Il ll If ' ' 1 J 1 , ' 7 Q 1 , ' , . V V- - C . Q - , . , , 2- Q v 1 4 1 1 ,v - 1 9 v - 1 ' . , . , L , . l . . . ". . ', ,, . ,. N ' ' 3. . r , , . , , . , , 1 ,. - . . . ,. , 9 A a 1 ' I 4: ,1 9 ' 1 4' x a 1 ' a y , r ' Q I V ' 7 v 5- 9 ' v s y ' 9 1 9 , , , 1 1 s rs s 1 ' ll lf - y . P 4 v V N I. I , , , 1 b . I . . . , Y - 1 s A v - - N . , , . 1 if I r ' 7 . t 1 , , . . , . . ,. , . ,-. 'N V? vw? W ,gf Y s I D 4 GIRLS RECREATION ASSOCIATION OFFICERS XICk1 Barnes ure pzfndcnz .me Lorroran pfcufdent Sluron Stucne Jecfezzlzy Roberta I-lungs publnny :spoiler Rua Qolasacro tzwmnw Prxsulla VK .lshxnka Iowa! clnnrman Nlartha Nioorc, head 0 pon Sharon Gooch, f70l77I fhanmun - Sir s' 1' cg 'cr .- Jsocig '41 f ' 1 " h' V 1 . -4 ' 15: poi E 'rticipalling and gl' 3, ' 4 2 ac ' 1 1' A' c ' . I ' ' ' ' nnior HQ, C'.R..-X. ' c Slillxmlcr Ufg4llIIZ.IIIl n i. . A vcr 1' ' ' 4 1 . '. . VI " cud V: mnsors .1 lcadcrshlp camp lm xxIn'1 lwl 'V N V x ' , K . ' ' ' ' . "Im Iiivn ' Club and B.:xI'.NV. cluln yponwr rhu Stillxmlcr rcprwcrmtgltixcm cnoh year. ' 1cn LI girl hm czirncd -So points 5 c rcccixcs mcr Su co cucrz .an w cn Chr- urns 4 olal ' ' . c , . - . . ,JA ' ' . . 4 ' wn-1 lhcsc poi SLI c -1 ' Q' "ox, -14 . .s" . .. I. . .S c n c IIMIIXILILIJI sparls Jr' Imdlninton, tru '. ' ns. 4 ' cn .1 1 wry, -In wo inc. ga dancing. Row low ow ou low in-if GIRLS RECREATION ASSOCIATION MEMBERS Sharon Gooch Roberta Haynes Sharon Stexens I.1ne Corcoran Prlscxlla Wash 1nk1 XlCk1 Barnes Mqrtha Moore Rhonda Tucker Rlta Lolasaeeo Illl Llarle Ioely Lhesbro karen Lolelasure Mary Ann Abbott Sherrr Nelson Helen behttz Linda Ioyee Donna Peery o.1n Wise Carol INOODZIH Nm C oreortn Sharon Ilsher Q 1rol Burton Ima liroek C .trol Cooper lxath leen NV1terf.1ll NIULY legrone Le.m1t.1 Shelby bunnne lncmrell Sharon COIIIHEIITI Iudy Xistme Nlomcl 'Iernll Sally Hues ton Patty Moore Sue bmlth llllylllb plnb pong is just one of the nnny 'acf ' 'ities ' which c ' 'X A like to ' A licipwte. FFA OFFICERS Gary Wrlght secretary Iohn N1cCroskey wee preudenl lack Moore, treasurer, lack Durham, reporter, Bxll Henderson, prefzdenz Tommy Fowler senlmel mmm ,4 he purpose ot the Future Farmers ot XIDLFIQJ 15 to IIDIHOXQ. the tarmmg oc Lupatlon rn thc Lmtetl States Through thrs orgmxzttlon the members leirn more of agrleulture through personal experlemr and tltssmom mstruttlon To help hmm ID hrs ure lllc exch mcmlmr must hut 1 prmt r v c lf mul t nur 18 I cl ttuutrts as rmmhtrs tmer llxtstctlt shows all o stitc Uthcr hlphhphts luru 5, tht xt tr art tu IIIIX 1 S xx well represented tn all ot these ments . 1 U lv A 'H . ' A 'A' I' - ' . , , ,. , y l f fut ' '1 - - L " 1 'Q in scum' thnse lf iff 's lure. l'Qa'h illt- with many 1 ' ' V . ' ' . ' - ' V w' ' ver the . ', " V' 4 'mr - I -4 4 ' l ' not 1 end state tfurs, Qtillxxutcr 'as 5,3 ,. ,K , . , , , ' . , . 1 I ' , XQI ,f, 1.r Q .so 'G' V U U .l QV y I . gg' -F Fi., ni. ,gg , ",,,,f,. oi' , x. 4 R ' 1 I O v It if Z 1 J I 22 A 4 4 ' , am 1! . ,z g. ...igvf 'SEQ S - w. l. X' .C 8 590' g,.2' Qxslw 4' x bk' ' ' T-.,4s.,f ug w v , S J' Q6 I1 lifhekh it-Eli illziv rt-1 nb-4' FIRST SEMESTER OFFICERS Donna Vhllnams treasurer leame Crane ure prexzdc-rzt' Io Ann Carnes president' Aniebel Payne serrezary' lunelle Schroeder purliamentarxan' Eva Williams lmlormn. 1-A. q uture Homemtltus ot Amerxta rs 1 llJI10Ildl organlzatlon ot glrls studyxng homemaklng ID hugh sthool Any student enrolled ID .1 hlbh sthool who IS taklng or who has taken .1 homemakmg course m 1un1or or semor hlbh sthool may be tome a member The goal ot the orbamzatxon IS to help lI1LllVlLll13lS xmprowe personal, tamlly and eommumty hung now and m the future Motto of the tlub IS Toward New Horn Lons The motto IS .1 thallenge to all the glrls as ll remmds them that thelr tontrx bUI10llS to home llte today vull rnlluence the kmds ot homes they hue tomorrow, and thus mtluence the tommumty and the world bome ot the letnntnes thls year hue been .1 trlp to Rlpley 15 guest ot the lotal ehapter .md 1 mp to BlI'l1SLl.lll tor the SUlJd1SU'lLl rally Utxer 1tt1x1t1ts mtludtd pollutlx sup pus, 1 sltatrnb p1rty lor thc. FFX hots md 1 L llflSlIl1JS p1rtx Hlbhllght ot the xmrs 1 turtles IS the Ulllllll homtmaltlng stylc show SECOND SEMESTER OFFICERS l:,xa XK1ll13ITlS hz tor lan Donna Sharplon wee pre rdenz eanxe Lrane prezdenl Ianclle Sehroeder parlmmsntar :an Donna xK1ll13IT'lS :rea urer kmebel Pay ne secretary Row Row Row Row Row FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA Mrs Brock sponsor IL Wrllnams D W1ll1ams Crane Carnes Schroeder Payne McKaskle Cooke Flood Braswell Bradley Dryden Stxgers Rennxson Sharp ton Henderson Iardot Robbms Carmxchael Slssons Caldwell German Marlm D Smxth Otterblne Robbms McCrosky Lamb Dye L Cacy Tarlton E Smrth Sloan I Cacy bchnell Ham Kays Laskey Crowder Krouul 'vlajors Hlx -V ,,. Q 5 - . '. , n 5. i I . , 7 5. I ' I. Y' ' , s ,' . ' - , , . I: ' 7 I. D' 4 I Y ' A I 9 , 3 Y Miss Browne, sponsor. 2: 1 s 1 1 1 1 . 1 l 1 ' , l . 1 3: 1 A 1 h 1 l 1 1 N ' 4: l ' I 1 a 1 1 1 x ' 1 5: 3 ' 5 B 7 Y 7 D , N 3 U , L U Q . ' l I u -f f 3 9 blnppmg 'Ihrough thy LO0k1IIg C lm ll 1hL mnual PIUll1LIl1llx1llg 51111 Show 111 Mug Qudd md hu a1s1cr N mu 'Nfugh mlgm md hlfd work ITL put Iorth 111 Nfrs Hrmlx ind har studcnts 111 pnp1r111g 1111 show mah ycar 1 111011911 111111 Q 111.1 drums thu 1111 1 L 1 lf 111 IFIXLX k 51111111 N F I 1X ILT I TL S 1 'LNLI i L C. LX L IHA IH 1 L IL 1111 111 111111 11 wsu 54 AM 1111 'fn I Iwi F H A Farmly fun and food Smxle Iczmme A - v P1 . :X , I .A 5 , ' 1 251, o- 5 'Suzi N K I I . i , ,, ,V .T 4 J Y 3 xv, 1 --+ :- f fl. , , " ' .V 5' ,V in fx' in 1 'QF A , X -K su ,xi ' y ' 'rv X ' Y . Q i ,K .- -12. 5' ' f 3 ' ' ' . . . I ! ! 5 4 K 0 ue' AN' D 'ab ' I I k ' . I 5 - . - , - - K .. TRI HI Y OFFICERS Kathleen Mfartln zreaszncv Ruth Helt secretary Iean LCWIS pzcuzdenz Kay Lawson, chaplazn Frances Elllnvton, was presldcnf he purpose ol Tr1H1Y IS to dexelop Chrnsnan imludes rn the xounf, women H1 hlgh sehool Tr1l'l1Y 15 1 seruce 0I'lL,dl1lllllOl'l ind e ear earrles our mlm ehmtxhle J leets bome or these proreets we Sue the Chll dren lit.dCI'lllOIl Drxxe usmng the xarlous nurs mg homes .md lllxlllb blskels to needy famllles Dunne' the ve lf the members ittend xarl ous ehurehes together to broaden thexr under standing 'Nleetxngs .ire held lwlee a month ilterniung 1 l5l1SlI1CS5 meeting wnh 1 program TRI-HI-Y MEMBERS Row 1: Kay l,41wson. Ruth He-lr. learn Lexxis. lfrnme-s lfllington. Kathleen Nlgrrtin. Row 1: I.1ne .'Xtleins, loyce- lfmmons, l5onn.1 lie-lriela. Susie- XY.ll'L'. llcggie- Cnr- I,X'I1IL'l'. .Xnn lfoster. Row gz lictlve' Stroller. Cixvcn .-Xnelre-ws. llelen Linn, lieithx Going. Dorolhv K Mcefandless. 0 meuca OFFICERS Ixae Exans ecrezazy measure: Dlane Smlth parlzanzenmrzan Carv Leonard pfe :dent X ance Niall wee president he purpose ot the Future Sclentrsts ot 'XIHCFICZI IS to promote SLICHCC screntltlc thrnkme, and scholarshlp The cluh xxhrch IS ln xts Intth year was organlzed by a group ot sexenee mmded students and two teachers Annual Ireld trlps are made to the Radlorsotop I rl: and to see the atomlc reactor at Oklahoma State Lnnersrty The clulvs meets on the Ixrst and thlrd Tuesdays oi each month 'I hese IHLCIIIIQES mclude fleld trrps speakers re selreh proyeets and other rnteresunb programs hash year some of the eluh members enter the state sclenee faxr ID Norman and bullwater has taken honors fhillly UITICS Row Row Row low Row 4 5 FUTURE SCIENTISTS OF AMERICA MEMBERS Dlane Smlth Gary Leonard Kae Exans Nance Mall Mary Dobson Tlm Stebler Iohn Sowle Susan Newell Ioxcelyn 'VIcCulloh Ilm Sprmger Drck Perlme Roger Holxman Blll Shull Gary Franklin Ian NIacAlp1ne lm Ed Booth Butch Kratz Wayne Otsukl Blll Cox Ray Daxldson Iohn Dobson Pat Moore Cene Hoyt Gary Kmg Nlr Barlow porno: Ronme Norton Daxxd Franklin Paul Mooney Allen Mxtchell Daud Irwm Don McLroskey Lonn Lee Berkenbxle 0 I f ' 7 v . . . .. . J " I ' . A ,' 1. ' , 'f , ' .- , E A Y 7 ' , , I. , . 1, , . .- , A . , . , - A , . 1 , . V . . , ,y ., 1 ' .-. .s' y ' , '. ' - ,, . , ' -s Q .L - ,. , .- , ,L . . , , ,. , , I, ' ' N , . 7 ' 7 7 S ' . Y . V 2. , s s 9 I 9 , . Y . . , . . . 3- , s a 9 A 91 , . . . . N I - a s s 1 7 7 1 . - - - ' I rl ' . t . . , J , , , , . . . N N f 3 Y 7 ' 7 xg ..,,-- Q-.. Ugg ,writ n ,A -. Q' lm nm. "'ium""':n:u' M '-Yixqmn ' . :'h, -Q "" ,WMQL1 J "Q, 'wh t"n' " Q' 'ff 0 if 'N I Q, 5s. HI-Y OFFICERS Leroy Patton. wee' pre.v1'dcnt,' Mac Dclozf icr, ll'C'f1.t'IH'E7',' limmy Beauchamp, rhapluing Butch Kraatz. prcrfdcfnlg Gene Hoyt, .fc'crc'tary. .fl 'Wi ww., 1Y IS sponsored by the Young Mens Lhrtsttan Assouutton .md lb opux to mx boy m hrgh school The H1Y moxemcnt IS mternattonll .lIlLl tts purposc IS I' grutc muntun 1 tl extend throughout the sthool, home 1nd tommunm htgjh standards ol L hrrstun than er L H1 Y pltttorm ts clcun sputh tlttn sportsmmxhrp lt IH s htltr lup mtl tn studcnt who xull ltttpt nts purpcm mtl rs Nllllllz, to rlt t L It dons not dxlltrnntlltt ts to tolor trtttl tr stholtstrt stmtlmb c ot the attnlttts durm-' tht sur rs tht rtttn lm t t tu 1 Cfoxcrnmcnt program, uhlth ts thc H1 X tlubs our tht SIIIL runnm tlt t t -mt mam at the state tapttol lor thrcc. days btrllxx tttr was prrxrltbml to hun. both tht Slllv. prcsrdcnt and thc goxcrnor ot the Youth and bournrmnt F Q . ,tg 'lf' "-,!- A 'X Y Y' I . R. 4 C NJA '- ' 'A 'z' ' A'L..lll YI 1 I . Th' l- 1 4 " ' ' -L-A.C'l Q llS4.l clt-. living. Army ' ' " ' ' 'l ' ' wo ' is xx' lcom' to win. " 'z': ' 4 ". Un ' ' U ' - Q ' 1. Q' Ll tht- .mt .tl Youth tml " ' ' ' ' " l'SLlL'r1 'rn- , . V, ' ' . ,, " ,,, ','.,. .. .-1. 1 , . F I mx' + xxl A A ' WW f 1 ' My . 1 , 4 M x L ., ff? ' Q . -.5 J I 5, .Mx az vr Zelate mm DEBATE TEAM Bob Loughrldge .vponxor Maureen Mack Mike Crlswell Bob Xincent captain Vance Mall Ioicelyn Mcbullough he newest organization in Stillwater l-lifjh this year is the Debate Team Al ready it has proxed to be one of the most actne in school The purpose ot the Debate Team is to dewelop the students mind along, logical thinking and to turther his ability to speak intelligently lXot only does the team take up debate but oral interpretation orlbtnal and standard oratton dramatlc reading, and dis cussion One of the highlights of the year was participation in the bhaxxnee Tournament at and eight cxtellent ratings O1Lt.lXD 'wld ul lo u 3, h 'NI iurtui Nlaclt Bob X intent and Daxid ljmnltlm ponder an inxolxcd debate question oitelwn ind 'Nliu run Bet readx lor an original slut 60 7 . I D , I. Y ' . . Y . . 1 Y Y. A , . , , .Y. . , . . rl ,- , ' 'Y . . ' ' , ' ' ' . V ,, L Oklahoma Baptist University. At this tournament, Stillwater was awarded one superior , 1 A Q ,. I . .Q " -. x I h . U T I -1 5 3 ,. , s. V ' . . Y. ,. I' l Future Nurses and XlCd1LIll Club IS a club deslencd to further the lntcrcst ot students 1n the med1cal fucld Thls club IS open to both boys and grrls The clubs mectmgs feature speakers from the mrrous txclds of medlclne Xlembcrs make laxors lor thc local hospltal md work therc do mf., odd yobs Each year they haxe a SCFXICC prolect Thus year s was to buy a wheelchalr for the hospltal They raxsed thc money for thls prolect by selling candy The club will attend the state conxentlon ln the sprlng CLUB OFFICERS Sharon Qottongxm secfctary Sally Bradley pres: dent Frances Elllngton treasurer Sam Earnest re porter Mary Blrchard wee preszdent FUTURE NURSES AND MEDICAL CLUB OFFICERS Row 1 Mr McPheeters, xponrw, Sharon Cottongrm, Frances Ellmg .ton, Sally Bradley, Mary Brrchard Row 2 Sam Ernest, Delores Shmgleton, Mary Wolte, Rose Stxgers, Susan Ross Row 3 Nncky Whlteley, Iudy Rxtter, Stephen Mxlls l I Y .- , . Y, , . . it . . ,1 - s, - .r . , . . a I 1 3 ' 1 v 1 7 ' 1 v ' ' 77mm 'A in 1 r4'Jf! Y -- Wand 77144444 Sindm Thon11s thosen to at 1111111 rlt ll thc xx ore ol tour stlulul from the s L of fllxldllflffll 5.1ndr1 IS the t1rst bn water llwh s hool student to reterke th1s l1o1 or Mtornpinxsls were ehosen I ther dl31llIX S1gl"llI'C3d1Il2, ttchnlquc and tollow mg the d1rtttor n many occaslons Stlllwater Hlbh School and the Lommunm hue enyoyed the presentatlons ot the Noeal Muslc Department Thrs ffroup, under the Une dlrcttron ot Cylcnn Epperley has hlled oxer a hundred engagcnnnts th1s ear The group also partxupated ID IDISIIICI State 1nd Tr1St'1te contests Ten members quahfrcd for the All State Chorus and mended the testnal at Norman Specnl 1ssembl1es sugtd II Th1nltsg111ng lhrnstnms and luster LOIT1lJlI1Ld great lmrature vuth l7CZlUlllUl muslc Three tull lenvth uemng perfornumes were Bum th1s xur tor the pul1l1t The 111 nual Nanety Show Ioob.1l.11, CllI11i1XCd lhlS years xotal IHUSIL CDICIIJIDIDLXII ALL STATE CHCRUS MEMBERS vrtsnllllll I Xll oru l IN 1 ll 1 ll at 111 K FLXK T lllt K NL llll 11s ll Q Hun hull U 1 1 111 l r1tdLn11 0 cor I2 " 1- Ll -state ' Jrus, 'as 1' " ' -'tat' ' All '. 'b e . ' ' A - 'or 'i ' in 1 ' A v 1 'y N - ' f L vs , ' 1. I, -.1 - - ' - U A ' , ,. ' . . '. . . A X ' . Y ' , , . - . . . . . Q.. , t A z': z""',i4"',: is r " " .' k. s-1' . . .. , .,'.. '-nl A '- . - v 4 D 1, 1 -H - - 1 ' - v . g , . lit-1 'gSt1ll1x'g1cr High school 111 the .' -Suu Ch s "cs iu1l leld 1 Ner- n1.1 .1ru. ltn--l 31. Cinlc :Xu l-Q llll NlrlJol1.1lnl, 4 l I1111 llL'.ll1Cll.lllll5, St.111fl111g ur l.g111.1 iQroo111s. lJk.lllll.l King. lit -AX ll.1'f.l.1At 'r tle . li.1y l. ng. I111 Cray. .111d lfr. li 5 V ' .n11. l l , -Q QP- -"?0'.. '39 'W' lA?7' !Egfr9'Qx Q ' I f- Wyww Qyljmfs ' V QF' . O N Q9 .- W' W' wr , rim wp' , grinn- IPF' E1 x ii? .fx ,, I If L 6 E E ACCOMPANISTS Marilyn Smith Sandra Thomas Deanna King Ianet Henderson C Ienn Fpperlex D1ffCIOf tflcers for the year 1939 Oo were elected from eaeh class Thelr dunes Included helplnb to plan the annual sprmb show 800 MIXED CHORUS Eddrc Pryor fu: zdcnt lm 'Xlellonald rue ple zdenl Ianna 'I .nlor Ccfffdll 11611 ure: Barry L pperley flimzzdn IO 00 GIRLS GLEE CLUB Rosa XI n Hms plc :dent 1 :yr ccrzIufyI1c'Jl4 Ann Iosur lzbnumn I OO GIRLS GLEE CLUB Lana C rooms, pre zdnnt and Henderson ucv pre ldenl Darlene IDFIPAS cfrcluzy Ura mfr odw Lhesbro Izbrumuz . . . . I I 1 . y V. I x Nj A . '. I. . 5 . .IP . 5 . . f 1 11 1 1 - 7, . ' n . Sundrgn IISIIUIILIS, Lf1cc',fu'cy1dz'nt Lam QI Ta 'I nr, ' fx fer . , , 3 a .J , I, . , A, K y , . , J. . , ,,.'J.,. J.. I I. ' ,- , . 3 A . GIRLS TRIO Sllru N1 Ummm npr Dum msn Xml nu JHLI Hcndgrscm Iuompanz 1 GIRLS' QUARTET Lana Grooms Kay Long Deanna lung., bay Lroxxdcr bandm Thom IS Accompamft Qi l -1 A c f al I C11 'N Lim Rm 'Q HA IST VIOLIN Archer Terrxll Swlm Sutton Schroeder Nlarllyn Deal Cooper Scherxch Maureen Deal Gladstone Noonan Shelby A Mltchell 2ND VIOLIN German Xentrts Dex me XVISC lx Iangley ones Harlan IJCIDIDECF B Langley Irwm Fuller Cronk Sumpter Nlllls VIOLA Btlyeu Dobson Robbms XValkup BASS Longfellow l 'VIacAlp1ne C NfIacAlpme CLARINET Swearmgen Marlm CELLO Thompson C Nlttchell Baumgartner Nloore FLUTE Henderson VVard OBOE Shmgleton CORNET Scott Otsukx FRENCH HORN 'VlcCulloh D ggs Mccandless Sohck TROM BONE Beauchamp Wnlson PERCUSSION Lawson Vance Lynd hls year s1x members of the Concert Orche stra the total number entermg from S H S were selected to play m the All State Orchestra These were Elhs Karen Archer Rhonda Cooper Marllyn Deal Ioan Schroeder Tum Sutton and Anne Swlm The group ts typlcal of the fme musnc accomphshment demonstrated by the en ture Concert Orchestra dlrected by Kenneth Rhea Besxdes partlclpatmg nn Dtstrlct and State contests held 1n Tonkawa and Norman respectively the orchestra has conducted several muslcal programs locally Chrlst mas and Thanksgnmg programs were glven for the hxgh school and the annual Sprung Concert to whxch the pubhc was muted hxghllghted the muslcal events of the year Robbxns lzbrarmn en Archer prcszdcnt Kenneth Rhea Dzrectof ORCHESTRA OFFICERS Ann Swtm secretary treasure: I1m Thompson wee prefzdent Bxlhe Lols Not pxctured Ellls Kar , . b s ' ' 1. L l . ' I E A 7 4 I - 1 ' I ' A ' 1 U . . X . - 1. . ' r 6 9 ' Y Q Q 'Q I 3 N . .Y. . v 1 1 Y 1 - v . ' , , - . .'. , . " , . , . I , ,,, Zami BAND LIBRARIANS Wilma Trompler, Vera Dye, Donna , i ' limi e . U1 Kay Bilyeu. Row 1: FLUTE-Katy Reed. Sue Smith. Karen Larson, Karen Horn- buckle, Helen Schatz, leannine Iones. BASSOON-Gay Crowder, Kathleen Martin. Row 2: FLUTE-Ianet Henderson, Mary Brooks, Dolores Shingleton, Mary Wolfe. OBOE-Ann Bowles, Iewell VVard, SAXOPHONES-Merlene Davis, loyce Wolfe, Stefanie Swindle. BASE CLARINET-Sharon Cottongim, Sharon Gooch, Lin- da Marlin, Lon Donaldson. Row 3: CLARINET-Donna Kay Bilyeu, Linda Swearingen, Ian MacAlpine, Leanita Shelby, Ann Caskey, Iimmy Solick. FRENCH HORN-Monica Terrill, Iohn Diggs, Dorothy McCandless, Margaret McCullaugh, Allen Mitchell, Glen Mitchell, Gordon Ham, Allen Murphy, Frank Friedemann. TROMBONE-Barry Ross, Iay Beltz, George Newell. Row 4: CLARINET-Barbara Felkins, Wilma Trompler, Darlene Bryan, jim Horn, Doris Devine, Charlotte Braswell, Wesley Wood. BAND OFFICERS Row 1: Wayne Otsuki, vice- Row 2: Terry Thorne, presi- prc.fidcnt,' Linda Swearingen, dent, R. j. Duckwall, treas- Jffffldfy. llfff. qhe Stillwater High School hand marched through another year. hringing acclaim and honor to Still. water High and to its band director of seven years, Kenneth Rhea. The class A hand received top awards in every contest it entered this year. The first trophy was won hy the hand for its performance in the parade which opened the state tair. Presenting a typical half-time show and marching in parade for' mation hrought the Stillwater High School hand two trophies from Perry. The band received three invita- 70 CURNET-Darryl Bilycu, Rayetta Doane, Larry Wilsey, Fred Robbins, Mark Thompson, Larry Simpson, lim Ed Boothe, Terry Thorne, Paul Mooney, VVayne Otsuki, Raymond Ely, Donald Scott. TROMBONES-Mark Grimsley, Edward Cook, Ray Clark- son, Don Ward, Bob McCat'l'ree, Loren Dale Wilson, Iimmy Beauchamp. Row 5: CLARINET-Melvin Young, Vera Dye. DRUMS-Betty Strotrer. GLOCKENSPIEL-Iacquiline Vance TYMFANI--Kay Lawson. TRIANGLE-Pat Mills. DRUMS-Sally Hueston, loel Lynd, lohn Shideler. TUBA-Robert Nelson, Roger Walters, H, E. Holinsworth, Wayne Bullock. FRENCH HORN-Frank Swindle, Bill Hornbuckle, Kenny Rhea, Carl Tennille. COLOR GUARD--lohn Longfellow, Billie Robbins, Lanny Fuller, ludy German, L. D. Trompler. tions to out-of-state contests in the spring, including one at Canyon City, Colorado, where it has won trophies in the past. Socially and economically, too, the band has had a big year. Social events sponsored by the band in- cluded a semi-formal Christmas dance and a spring hamburger fry. "Tag Day," held in December, is the annual fund-raising activity. The entire band played at most of the Pioneer games and a smaller pep band served to arouse en- thusiasm and school spirit at pep assemblies throughout the year. Paul Mooney wav. Q Assistant Drum Major Q' t -A l ,'i i IX 'is Adding beauty and sparkle to the performance of the S.H.S. marching band, the twirlers and assistant drum major are a source of pride to the school. Twirlers pictured are Sue Smith, Ianet Henderson, and Helen Schatz. U 1 f f uf 5' f fyx of 3 WK rw J 1 '1- .N-Z wi'-5 Ev'- gf, 455 ,Z J J ff f f ffff, ff 75 fn K flf Ji if V VJ I B J K-La, of Nj PM f 1 My 'Y M, XL JNK. I 1- V 1 I' 94k ai! 74 1 -fs- In ! l XJ QQ QQ X -S525 N EK if J ff" , ,, Aff' 7K ,JI WL W 4, ' f J W fl Wi' U ,Lf J V.. 1 f 1,1 fx' 4 fl fm PX lLY' 'K 'Af'f '1 1 x I f' fb 'LV I z,ff"i, 44 f fq , L V' 'i,1hL7 XJ k X 1g,I' 'Af 'J ML' 'JU I Mu 1 ,E - sw,: M! f W ,nfl f Aj' MU ' HJ fl ff' ' .A ,f 1 I ,, f ff , J , 1. 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Pat Foster, Ioe Cannaday, Bob McCaffree, Dick Overholt, Leonard Mize, Bob Chesbro, Tom Kinnick, Bill Smith, Ed Bellatti, Bill Henderson, Tommy john- son. Tom Turvey, coach, Bill Gray, Gary Westmoreland, Roger Beecham, Wayne Powell, Mike Upton, Kenny Gross, Horace Moore, Harry Selph, Charles Moore, Iohn Chapman, Bill Walton, lim Harris, coach, Charles Hetrick, coach, lim Keys, Darrell Smith, Mickey Upton, Walter Adams, Max Stites, lay Iones, Don Scott, Lester Rose, Karl Baumgartner, Terry Thorne, Ralph Gibson, coach. Gene Whitham, Warren Kelly, Ken McBride, Pat Casey, Wayne Otsuki, Mike Reding, H. E. Holinsworth, Mike Powell, Lee Dotter, Dewell Turner, Bill Arnold. Iackie Glenn, Harold McElraft, Tommy Curd, Val Schott, Ronnie White, Dale Howard, Bob Hert, lay Thomas, Mike Bauman, Iackie Durham, Ken Rhea, Larry Lane. Ronnie Bevera e, Herb Groves, Vand McCor , Lar Sim son lim Ta lor, F. .4 U 4? Row 7: PIONEERS UNDEFEATED ombining excellent coaching, fine spirit and a well-balanced team, the Stillwater High School Pioneers compiled the finest record for a single season a Stillwater team has had in years. Led by head coach Tom Turvey and his able as- sistants, Iim Harris, Ralph Gibson, and Charles Hetrick, the Pioneers produced the first unbeaten season since 8 l Y Y .VY P , Y Roy Banning, Larry Bellatti, Don Weeks, Mark Grimsley. 7 1938 and went on to state before being beaten by a fired up Claremore team. ' Although carried by a few seniors on the squad, the fine play and fighting spirit of many juniors and sopho- mores combined, helped to produce excellent team effort and a well-rounded team. No one person could actually be picked as the one Continued on Page 76 Horace Nloore 41 finishes the ,ob 'after lxenny Caross Vlayne Powell 21 and Roger Beecham 4 followed I4 has slowed down .1 buymon Tiher y Horace Nloore 4 lase in on a tast mo in Cauxmon Continued Ffom Page ,5 who leept the Pioneers going, as almost eyerv member of the team made sex eral fine plays sometime during the season FIRST GAME VICTORIOUS Stillwater Pioneers swamped the Sapulpa Lhiettuns in a 20 6 brad battle for the opening game of the season The Pioneers although unprepared made the xaetory omplete in the iourth quarter Playing on their hom not enough to hold the Pioneers The lioneers slid oyer Lascaa Hall Tulsa ia .1 close I4 I2 xietory SHS played a touch and EO game with the Tulsa Lommandos at their first home bame The tirst conterenee game ot the season proxed xie Royber Beech am back toraous lor the Pioneers oxer Ponca City Stillwater slaughtered the VVildcats in 1 zoo contest Battling on the Ponca Llty held was no aid to the VVildc.ats under the pressure of the hot Stillwater team Away from their home field again the Pioneers slashed Perry in a 49 o game Staying close to the eround to gain almost all of their yardage SHS was under no threat of inxasion by the 'Nlaroons Stillwater again proxed their supremacy by defeat eonaine erowd ot ,ooo the Pioneers rapped their way to xictory The Tigers played an excellent Same but were outelasscd by the SHS ball club ln another near slaughter the Stillwater Pioneers rolled oxer Nlusl-.obee 'Xlanual tor a 266 win The sixth Bobby Lhesbro lxenny Gross Bill Henderson .Ln 11. - A a ,Ti V' - y ,' ' , ' ' X ' . .4 v- ,j', , " ' ' ,' '- b A, Lea' Q 1. Vg 7 - ,. .. . . V . . . y . . ' . , . ua Y . - - I , yy ' A y - V ,- 1 A AV, Q a . W I 1' f,,..'z ' . . , , 1 V' - V l i A ' v K ' ,r ' N . vf I v A 1 N r C . K . ' I, , , L. - Y 4 J - ' - field, the Chieftains made a fighting etfort but it was mg 'thc c'UYm0n. Tlgcfs- 306-,Ilaf"'nS-before 3 whoms- Y . 1 . , . , -, , , 3' ' . W ' . 'I , " '. ' Y A ' I X y ' , . , i , - 'A ' v. . . . ' - - V 7' ' K 1 1 E fl ' ' ' V 1 ' .' K ' I ' ' , I . 1 , F ' V ' " , ' . 7 ' , .' 5 . A , , A ' - I . ' Y 7 mx- ' T V 2 V T S P x 1 -we '- T -T T 1 I X :I .V ' 1 f ' .. -l Q ' eva lax Iones Horace 'wioore Leonard Nlrze Drck Oserholt strarght xrctory for the S H S team stlll had them rated 3th rn the state Sw pornts made tor the Nluskogee xx ttcr onsltu ht BLACKWELL COMES CLOSE -X hard hrttlng Blackwell team proxed almost too much tor the Lndetetted Proneers Atter struggllng through the game Strllwater put oxer exght pomts 1D the last quarter to make an 86 urn oxer the Blackwell Nlaroons The C uthrte Blue lays were put down by the S H S team ln a 38 0 battle The Ploneers let up tn the thrrd quarter only to bucl-.le down dgilll ID the last The VNIDHIDKL, streak ol the Sttlluater Ploneers ralsed them to number 1 1n the state CUSHING DEFEATED C omg unto battle xuth thelr arch ruals the Cushmg Ttgers Stllluater made a grand XICIOYY of 24 7 SHS scormg kept the Tlgers busy through all four quarters and brought another welcome uctory VVhen the Stlllwater Ploneers broke the U S Grant C enerals ot Oklahoma Clty they also broke a record set rn 1938 tor plaung an undefeated season The Generals fought hard but not hard enough to stop the 28 I2 xrctory for the PIODCCIS After the re ular season the Proneers went mto the state plaxofts ln the tlrst game mth the Claremore 7ebras the Pxoneers were defeated rn the flnal mmutes of the 22 I7 contest 'xllke Upton 32 moxes across for slx pornts leaxlng D1Cl'x Oxerholt 64 and Ed Bellattr ,0 a strmg of C,ush1ng Txgers behrnd go ln to ard Kenny C ross I4 as he downs a Guymon runner In ,4 , V: , , , , V9+'22fy'h73,t!tef Q ,. 1 V , 73' -l " 1 - '. n A ' l . ' Y , . . . . . . Bulldogs in the fourth quarter did not hinder the Still- , ' T K t. ' ' 'Q - 1 fr . Y. ' . I " ' " U ' Y Y Y y f V' s A 1 ' ' Y . , , , I I . 1 D. I . h . 7 Y , N 1 . I ' . . b , . , I . . . 1' . , v I , ' . . I .. V . N , - . . . . A K, ' g . I F1 Y. h , . . , , H' ' , l ' , r ' 'V V V ' 4 x I ' V Y A A . . . . 5 I Y 9 v V l ' 9 V. I V Y , v 4 la T 9 . 7 , Q . Y .Y A . I . . V 3 , , Wayne Powell IS over agam Harry Selph 80 snags -1 P355 10 bam two pomts ln the Cuslung End battle RECORD-GRIDDERS Stxllwater Sapulpa Stxllwater CHSCIB Hall Stxllwater Ponca Cxty Stlllwater Perry Stlllwater Cjuymon Stlllwater Muskogee Manual Stillwater Blackwell Stxllvxater C uthrle Sullwater Cushmg, STATE PLAY OFFS Stxllwater Llaremore Wayne Powell Harry Selph Terry Thorne 'wlxke Upton l BASKETBALL A TEAM Rowr Houck Scott Barnes Coach Loper Sanders Woore Atkrns manage: Row 2 Trompler Doyle Curd Messenger Gray Powell Gross elr after year Stlllwater High School has conslstently had one ot the fmest basketball terms H1 the state One ot the mam retsons for thts IS the excellent coaching, ot head coach XI1rt1n Loper and hts asststants loper made hrs appearance at Sttllwater Hlbh School tn IQ54 and ID the last tue years has bullt the Pnoneers tnto a state power He seems to 1nst1ll a flghtlnb Splfll and unusual confldente mto h1s teams hesldes teachxnt, them the hner POIDIS ot basketball Early tn the 1960 season sen1or lxennx C ross and 1un1or Bruce Gray seemed to carry the team Grays good scormb axerage and Gross smooth ball control and con SISILDCW helped to steady the team and proude tor the lack ot shootxng ablltty In the second semester the team was sparked bw the eh lblllly ot the 6 8 center m Barnes Teamed wlth the Cross! my L0fT1blI13l10D Barnes helped push the team through the reblonal tournament Barnes and Gross w1th the support of the whole team played excellent b1ll ID the state playotts The Ptoneers romped ox er Semlnole 1n a 38 40 xtetory and deteated Pawhusln 6, 4, to cllnch the State Lltss A Champ1onsh1p ID the last two games of the tournament Thts marked the second consecutne State Lhampmnshxp tor the P1oneers the frrst blg team ln the state 1n 2I years to wm two ln a row Itm Barnes All State center was selected Player of the Year u u : s 1 1 1 a 1 - s ' ' Y . . l - v s 1 v 9 S Z 't 7 ' -- . 2 K .' .Q - , , ' . 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' .Xltl 1 1 - 11,-1 NK 11.11l st.1r1t-1l 11111 1111rl1. tht- 1111, . uf I . prt - - -I gilllltttl 15 .1 crt-1l11 to - -5 - 1t-1' ol th- t-111 , liath 1.1rt1'1p.1111 put out 115 11111'h -I ll 115 :F A. , . . 1 , I Y 1 F .- ' jerry Vhlllams goes m tor the take down -X ILIISL crowd watches Yom ohnson at thc SJ plllpl m.1lLh WRESTLING TEAM l Ploneer matman Herb Cyroxes rldcs opponent .it the Poma Lux match S-gfxi R xx 1 Nhhura XXIHIIIHS Nmkds Chpsbro RLLIIDB Row 2 IJLXLFI L Cllrdmr lXIIll11Llx ohnson Grows fouch Hctrmk vc 'Y cu-ull Row Row Row Row TRACK TEAM oe Lannaday Pat Nloore Derrall bmath Ball C ray Tom ohnson Nlalee Lras vuell Stanley Osborn lxarl Baunay,,artner XX ayne Powell lxtnny C ross K eorbe Holman 'I am btehler Ball Arnold ohn C hapaaaan Nlaeleey lepton It aa lxaaaaaaek I at lost r ld B l latta Roger Beeeham Bob Phallaps Raehard 'Iarpey Qharles hseue Coaeh lam Harras VVayne Otsulea VK :arren lxelly Malte Bauman C ary Westmoreland Niax States Ball Edmason Ball Henderson Mae Nlessenyber Darryl Balyeu Paul Mooney Make Upton Don Mcbrosleey Larl NIeDan1el Terry Thorne hddae Pryor lohn Autry Walter Adams Xandy Niebory Malte Redanb Dacl-. Oxerholt Maekey Baanum Ronald Beverage egmnang: the 1960 traele sehedule math one of the most anexperaeneed teams an years the btallvmter Haeh bchool traele team eoaehed by head traele eoaeh Ilan Harras and assastant Don Stallord hate lound themselaes yyath the serxaees of aera len lettermen Faced xytth an axeraee season or worse there are a lets hrabht spots Three ot these are Sophomore hopeluls Nlalee Bauman Xlaeley Lpton and X andy Xlel orx All three ,graduated lrom the Ir Hath team and are eaepeeted to help leeep the team eoany, Lettermen expeeted to carry the team are lxarl Baum art aer pole xaulter Ilulee Sanders Terry 'Ihorne and bt nley Ushorn an the male The amproxement and alaalatv ot these three should he the deeadane, taetor an the datterenee ot .1 good or medaoere season Durang the past sax years ot aan Harras eoaehane, tle tratle team hasnt last a dual mateh Thas as a record that they expeet to delend thas season to the best ot thear .abalaty CROSS COUNTRY TEAM Bow a r mason Bob I hallaps Stan Osborn Daele Tarpey Make Q ras we ow Don ald Bentley l arl Xleflaaaael K eory,,e Holman la arles lst 1:1 2 Y la -. -' 'j ' I a,. 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" i"aat'. l BASEBALL RECORD Stillwater Guthrie Sttllwater Chtlocco Stlllwater Ponca C1ty Stillwater Perry Sullwater Capttol I-lxll Sttllwater Ponca Ctty Stillwater Chtlocco Stlllwater Guthrie Stxllwater Guthrte Stxllwater Tulsa Webster 'x huns: -ss-.bs- I959 BASEBALL PLAYERS Row I Kenny Gross Donnle Creen B111 Arnold Charles Moore Gale Andrews Blll C ray Lester Rose Horace Moore Row 2 Coach Loper Mxkc Upton NVayne Powell Bruce Gray Blll Walton Tom Berry Darrell Smxth Don Ltnsenmeyer Ierry Sebrtny, Gary ODonnell PIONEERS BECOME CHAMPS Qfter a thrtlhng season of 6 wlns and 4 losses, Sttllwater I-hgh School defeated Guthrle to clatm the tltle of regtonal champlons The hard httttng baseballers rose to victory oxer Tulsa Rogers tn the playotts of the quarter fmals The Ptoneers were fmally stopped by Pawhuska tn the semi ftnals Senior outhelder Donnle Green was chosen for the All State team to end the season for the fnghtmg Stxllwater Ptoneers Coach Loper predlcts that the '59 '60 team wtll not be hmdered by the loss of the four senxors on last year's team He thtnks that thxs year's team wtll do even better swf 14,42 K.. W W A B, X 1 ' TT f X L4 'x 1 V .. . 1 4 'HI Q Sn nv Q.,-5 rw fx'-Y-1 Y"i!n 21" is .Q S Q ,nr A x nk K, 3 . 1 Q x' K, . f 7 Q l 12'-L4 , -1 -4 -f"I'L"'1-v 'H'-IA ""' A 1 1 ,K , I X 47, 'G to ,id 'Ml ,KL LJ, 2 1 5 C16 L., f . ' X. If K. ' 1. 7 " 'Cz 'N if 'U-VN y ' - -5 , Q-s .f4 "'p',-O - 4-4 -, , rw ,x 3. ' 3 - 1 W , 1 M N f' A, ' A W? ,Q . My wwf fb 1., we . +4 1' , emories are made of pictures! Dur- ing the past year of SQ-60, many events, educa- tional as well as amusing ones. have happened. The purpose of school life is to keep fresh in the minds of the students many incidents which will be cherished long after high school years. High school is the time for laying the founa dation for future days. Students have had a chance to build their knowledge from various subjects and classes and to become leaders as well as good followers from student council and other organizations. They have had their care- free times such as pep assemblies, football games, plays, and important dances. Even the P-L-E-A-S-E fad, which originated with a group of senior girls, still leaves its traces behind. This is the last year for the entire student body at the present site of Stillwater High School. Seniors are graduating, Iuniors, Sopho- mores, and present Freshman will move to the new high school building next year. With mem- ories of the "good ole daysl' at SHS the student body bids adieu to the old building on Eighth and Duck. ., , i F 5--,,,'i'T 'Y Q-E 'ly' 'x Seeing old friends from preceding years, meeting new friends. and last but not least -filling out schedules for the coming year. the iuniors rind that registration day is a busy time, indeed! Our wery last car tram As they say Its a woman s world The tradxtxonal custom of scnxor boys occu mg the front row has been broken Too bad boys the Bxrls hate tal-.en oxer' if Rf' Last mmute preparatlons are hurrledlv being made betore the fmal moment of the assembly pln Tht House ot breed XVxll ll lx 1 suttess members of 'Vlrs Burns speech class hopefullv isk one another Decoratmg cars IS 1 must tor all car trams These semor glrls are putting the fm 1Sl'll1'lg touch on their masterpiece if J- . - -X' YN ,I '54 J Drcs Ed IU up cm Zilllft 0 t lfddlllfll I on D Lhcsplox 1un1or5'1rc rn C1 r x 1 ushm 'M-4' cr tuls' Stu Q. UIILII .xlu ns hnds s sham or work to do Scllxng iooxball programs xx ls one or thc mlm proyuts of th1S IIUQOFIJDI 0l'g1I11llllOI'l IhlS year It looks llkc fun, though, In Spamsh class thfsx do as the Spamsh spgakmg countrxus do Thu IS thcw lnarn how to spcak and xx me Lorrcet Spamsh is well as lurn somn or the Lustoms and games as shown durmg thc annual Comenlraung hard on lmproung thclr skill students ot 'Nirs Taylor mdustrlally pound away on thc lypcwrrtnr Christmas party. V. . . y 4 V Enghsh IS taught 1n xarlous waws To demonstrate thxs polnt students ot Nlrs Loopcrs En l1sh III class are gnlng .1 Slf ...IL ' ri Lookmg, on Mr Martm and the rest of the class seem to enloy the new teachers f the Bnoloby class Busy as hcuers NVCII almost Thtst trtshnnn lrls ot X11SS Brow nt s Homcmak ini, class are trying, their hand at sewing. fx. ix. A lust a mmute here' Rmgmg new fxre alarms may be temptmg, but nts not the WISCSI thmg to do Bctorc lelxm-Y tor the Southern Con xcntxon III C orpus C hrnsu Tums 1 hclrtw 0 hw by xhwg stu nm uoumll oitucrb 0 IHS HTL NL 00 S Wlfll XL XX I SL IU Endlng the hurry work and worry of a weeks campalgnlng the assembly of candxdates for student councll IS underway wlth speeches and sluts No rest for the weary' Stu dents of 'wir Coltharps Algebra II class try to master their prob lems on the board L.. Whether rt IS fmdlng reference matenal for a research paper or readrng for fun and enyoyment the school lxbrary rs always the best place to go Nlusxc md dancm lln m 1IHpO1'l3I'll role IU the l1ms ft nhl 1 pm c lu lu uhool stu cnt 's. Castmg ballots for faxorlte queen candx dates at the Pxonoecr Frolxc prcccdcs the hlgh hght of the cxemng the coronatnon of the queen For tha lust tum m thc lustorv ol SHS the all bghool draw up dung ilu Pxomcr Frollc was held lil the lnllroom ol tlm 5lULlLl1l Lmon WL could Inu dlmcd all mght 'S-.. NI LY R llkl Sl I Q.. ulmlm l A n Q 'Q n 4 A . . . - A A V. ' 'A 1 f ' .ig g g d . vl ul., 7 4 'l 4 . ' K ' . ' s. I Y A S, Y I I ' h w 3 V ' I FV . Y 1 ,Alek .24 . L, C 40517, :X 5 null mg klLl'NYlUIlf "Wd 'l vnu slmll uc play lm ilu' " "uf" . Couples want to haw then plcrurcs taken as .1 rtmembrante or that speual uemng unror Senror Banquet and Prom I in BLPIIIDIIIQ5 the extnttul LNLIl1Ilg IS the Iumor benlor banquet "I 7 ' 1 I sl ' 40 MP F' 'KM 1-QP ,vp 1? 5 N lust takmg tlme out a relax a b1t ' L. HW-.Q , Q M554 45,9 A 3 X btdlrvway to the Stars the theme of the Iumor 'Y benlor banquet and prom V11 YY' Xlthouth tht prom hrs long been :mtlclpited when th day flllllh lrrnts ll 19 somewhat sad Strnnrb renlmt that thclr dxys at SHb ure nmrmg, an end. 0-Q ee -Q Iunior-Senior Prom-a night to remember ! v-wvvv-v--qv.,-,--,-W , 4 I i 2 rv gy, 1 1 E ,.f 15 , G fl s 4 A 1 'f mlm I lu. We re gomg to galn a vlctory tomght I' A Lreattvely, these students ot Mr Howards art class make attractlvc posters OO To relax after school stu dents swarm to the xarxous hangouts P - J v if Hurry, il'S time for class to begin! LLIIH l 1 K xr 1 s rlts Q "ZfW3f' A 'waivi- uf 'Aw 4--am" 152, 'X we-,NL 'fx 'Wu 2'9 Observmg the eonstructxon ot the new school, these upperelassmen carefully rnspect the new gym I Q 'sg I New loelxers and new tresh men 'X I 'JI Th1s IS your school Interucxung members of the D1SlflbUIlNC Inluemon rlulv the rulro rllss prepares for its ueelxlw program IOI IO2 7 W S1 ll-4 1' 1' X, 3 na School w1thout exams IS lm possxblc Students of MISS Faye NIcWethy s World Hxstory class seem to be fmdmg th1s true lmrnmg, thc lmlxs ot thc lmda trom 'Nlrs mum Lopnr Lhasa blflb Larry out the task ot the danly routmc work of thc school bank limlucanional as wall as cn' lcrlgaining, the profcS5ionnl as- scmlwlicm add sparkle to rhi- cxcryllay lmppcning or sglmool life. I ,X K f Z ,Z Q f Goodbye to the old ' HELLO TO THE NEW V I -0f--ui-- i unli 103 gfwzafzamfwl ,4wwzc6.1. Q M. ,V 4 fs flllulti--6"'f 'x QA ' fa V 1 , ,. Q' . A A, U' ba' f S Maki .fx .962-KX sf-, ,f "-5 Li - Q me 'ig U- X 9 .xt if--J' e w. -ff , ff'.' 5-,,f ,,.,,:. ,, gr 4 'f"" V. ' , , z gfff..-fs"5"1 fa., 61 L n 'af 'kf 5,5 -ri '75 CK J" 4.15 ,"', Q- 5ff,CH'b1f O 7. 14. .faeces Pat Cooley Drums 71647234 A II lim Beauchamp nba' N A 4 ,lil ,.. I . 7 f,,:v 1 - , ai ' f' L76 . . V if .f , ' ' ' .. f l 4 EJ , .. ,7 Q ,, y I A ' , -Q K 'Y AP?" ' 3, 0 W Jtvli' ...y -,Q fr 'wg' Ab . K pdaaem .Qcceea B111 Endorl btutlent C,OUDC1l Prcs1dent crowned M155 Hart at the innual PIOIICCI' Frol IC held IH tht Student LDIOD Ballroom A4155 Sandy Specglt sms tht grown bearer Q 111 Rcigning as the IQSQ-60 Pionccr Queen A4155 Mary Lcc Hcrt Tl1t lmnttr it tcntlmts xurt 1 ru 1 1 lu l lrrx I N 31 N 1111 r w un tnt Caron C1r111I tstortt wx X um loxxcl Xltt WLSI1 tilt HUF Q 'X run ll san itll Ro 1111 l rr t l lonttr X If YK Nplhflx LL IIOI' K . . . 1 l, 1 N - ' - . 0 , - Q l 3 , . A .. , Snl, ' Xl.l CQ Amr. tw 'tr -l lwy lx 1 - l , ft' 1 Clglxs Xfh, l If'-l'1 I' l' '. X N . . ' ' 'tl l,' 1 A 4 to . 1 .,1- ' 4 X " " 'Z lt of g' F T , .l ' HH, ,, St-1 glass: tml A X . KJ ' .111 ' .csf I k by cor - lwy l' l ,bil 1 N, 7' X' X K "fig, l wk Zaeea Th: two artcndmts umm C Llrol Perbu and Xlarx LLL Hart Qmorud bw Bob Pb1l llps 1mmx Dean Rxgbard Tarpex and Bxll Edmlson i 1 7 1 'X I lnctul mlm 1959 60 S Club Quinn Vw C lrol Ann lX1ll11Il bbrung, 18 Lroxxn burub wut Lhcr rx Don Dnbbs and Iowcll Locke Nllclxcy BJIHLIIH S Klub mnmbcr armxncd Nlxss lXlllllIl during., the home Oflllflb lL5IlXlllLS ol mlm bullwatcr xs C uwmon football baxnc i '? II I and Zueea KH Prmentxng rhn 19,9 60 Band Quun Nf11SS Dons Du 1nC if Nhss Duma xx is grow n Cd by IITIYHN Huunhimp Drum Mayor durxng thc halt uma Lcrunonxns of thc Stl water xs L 5 Grant foollull SIINL C town lan lr U5 xuu Ikblm KUIIOIILIIII an Iixlly Lad XQIL K 1 I Sylvla Grelner Pioneer .1, .,f1:?f?, ruifa v y 1 vw M83 Ra V 3' .zfmvv Y' Carole Grant Pzoneer Karen Hansen Pioneer 'swf'- 2 viii., f 3' .ia ,N f Mmggi 'QF' fx I ,H ,frhfs f V511 52 , fi"-fl '-,-,., 1 Q X II 11,-QW.. 1' f' I 5,311 1 5 :, . M, 5.1: Q.. , ws?-A, ' ' 4 V ,' 'Lin ,"'v n 'IU .W 4 , ,TQ 144' , M .-.,l4.4,, V t Q vm- .,, my Q - 4351, 7 If f , ,i fl 'T XZ 'ij-L. V , f Y 'nr if f. f 53.1 ' TEQ,,3.,T',E, A . .. GM 3,4 W M 4 Q . , ,. :faqs TF.. fa if- 533: if . 4 ' QQ: '-sr, ' , ' -:Q an 1, ' .L-4 z, 4, ra' 1 1 3' ,Z X5 ' iff:-f' .Min -, 4 -,.x- . ,X fa-4, rf w .. , . ... U 4, Wa' ' Q - :xi -A-55? mi L E . Sue Smxth Helen Schatz Band Band 'QQ- is -. fi f . 4 Carolyn Ham Sallie Bradley F .F A F.F.A 'Sf-E. 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PRINCESS SIDNEY from the House of Hume PRINCE BILL from the House ot Ewens madman fazfallfq I2I I, , 'R' . . , . , If V, Z4 J ,- 1, I 1 U 6, 2 If I wi' f ,F xQ0E K 60952 ASQQSQTXEGKBY Pau, IVca?Z?fn7!l ,TE flyxng Cskuep ""'A'f' Holman Af' Wo Af wwf R dwg ' , v . 0 P01141 W WM 7 www ,M pl, , 7 If L K f 1 W E KX R s Ka!-I B W 3 Umgartnearrlss T and Sha'-O 122 BEST PERSONALITIES Tom Berry and Rhonda Tucker H Gooch B E 'J G30 51 QEYEXSUW k 0 O . a0 'O XQQCQAH ec 0 1 BN E S1 U Cgio M31 O S 8:6012 and and S711 CC D 234 ANCEREBM Vance ,KQV r lg ALL AROUND SENIORS Carol Ann Klllnan and Horace Moore nd FRI5 y Hopkins f'DUEsr nd Donna r-N0 SOME MOST vagtswwexnna TM 0 6 Dednck Gad xN 9951 an I2 Sv Sally Baker eectmn tor VK no5 VS hr 111 Stll water Hlgn S hool 15 baleo on out5tan1l1ng 5tholar5h1p 1nd per5onal qU3l1I1Cs ot gout' t1t1Len5h1p a year entr tent e 1 t 1 hon r a from th1s l15t ot many c.le5erx1ng .1ppl1c.mt5 the tmal 5elect1on5 are carefully made or 1960 te XIX 51udcnt5 were 5e ettcd b a tatuty tornmntee he ba515 of our xur eratle ragu or 5111 Ltt5 am or u :1ttr1bute5 a5 honem 1lependab1l1tx 5pe-ct tor aut11r1tx and probe x ng, t5 and ab1l1t1 IU rmtal th1nl51n1. lhu mu5t e t1a111p1o115 ot t c n lump, and well acl1u5ted 5ot1ally ceumg th15 1ecoy,n1t1on are Sallx linlfttr S ly11 lil Cu I N1 Name Niall lerry Thorne and Rlthartl larpey ba 1 a twoyear member of Nauonal llonor 5ULlLly .mtl 11 tur year member of State Honor Srmety xx 15 mlemtul Sullwater I-hgh Qchttl S Betty C roeker Homemaker A lomorrow ,mtl wa5 rated among the top ten homemalter5 1n the slate She lb n her tourth year as 5en1or scout and has 55-ned a5 trea5urer and pruulcnt She has been secretary tre.15urer of Mu Alpha 'Ihua .1 Hal' W CJ1rl l1n.1l15t IH l'Na t1onal MCIII Stholar5h1p compctmon member of PH -K ILO Glee Club, and IS chauman of the 5en1or el155 dccor.1l1n1, eomnuttee She IS an attne member of the F1r5t Bapt15t Lhurch Sxlwxa selected by her clas5mate5 a5 5en1or g1rl Mo5t L1ltelx t Succeed, ha5 held seyeral utf1te5 mtludmg pres1dencx of the Nlorth S1de 4 H Club and lb a 4 H lxey Award wmner She 15 a two year member of Nauonal Honor Socxety four year member of State Honor Soc1etx f1I13.llSl IH Nat1onal Mernt Seholar5h1p competmon, two year member of band and orLhe5tra and a Mu Alpha Theta member She wa5 a BAP W G1rl, secretary of her fre5hman class, and IS HCUWC 1n the Methoehst Church Sylv1a Bly Carol M1ller 1 I 'Q' learn lrve se lunch!!- CLUI Will .4 ask 4, 'rfar 124 l?1 .,r1 ml mr num 1. l NJt1r1n1 unur Smlc anrl Sl our r mbcr 1 1 l 1 L I mst Q xr purer IL 1 X Nl an t Nlu -Xlph Ihcl a Ba' 1 fl 1 n L KL ml t thc lumffr rmg wmmlmn .mal xx X Lum xfxl llcppn .1 le IUUIUI' gn S C 1 .1 member ut rhn 'Vlnthmlll Chunh my 18 vulunt t atxunq ID lr 111 x 11 5 m11xL.1r membcr H 1 1 tour 11.11 mam cr ut State Hflrmr Souetx Hu prulclcnt nt Summa Club .md 1 I1TLITHlJLl' at 'slu Alpha rllltld L u.1x 11 mam III I L NJIIUUJ 1, .ns 1p wulpeutvn H11 Rr1L:1r1.1n ll rm 1 rf. , sum 11111111 1, nhl l,l'tN1IlLYlIs Hmm HMM tflnrgrcnu lrpn 11 want rl tn man Law IN an lL IXL rnunlm A 1 t um 1 lL x X 1 1 mmm un IILN I 1 L x ln Suu um L rx N 1 11 run cm 111 mf. 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Alrce Cudd Ruth Ann Rogers Karen Hansen Carol Ann Krllnan Brll Endort Kenny Gross Horace Moore gow mmf Quia State he AHHCYICHIX L l"5 gl0D and Aumllary mem bers are fjnen a llst of out standmg students whrch IS made out by the Dean of Boys the Dean of Cnrls and the hlgh school faculty From this lrst they select the students who they be lrexe are elnbrble to attend the Boy and Girl State con xentrons These students attend the conxentlon tor a week rn whlch they learn about thelr goxernment Delegates to Glrls State were Allee Ludd karen Hansen Larol 'Xnn lxlllran and Ruth Ann Rogers Alternates were Carole C rant Darla Shepherd Dunna lung, and lean Speq,le Those chosen to attend Boys State were B1ll lzndort kenny C ross Horace 'vfoore VVayne Powell Ed Pryor Harry Selph and Rrthartl 'TIYPLW The alternates were Ilmmy Beauchamp Nlxke Crxswell Sandy Hopltlns lxent Houtlt X mme Niall Bob Phrl llps and Terry Thorne at Ed Pryor Drck Tarpey VVayne Powell Harry Selph -huh 'Sq 716 sf' ,, 27 Vance Mall -'7 Terry Thorne Butch Kratz Vt' bantlra Th :ma . 6 f'l Ed Pryor Bxll Enclorf Ierry Recling lim Beauchamp Mike Criswell K y 5 .-4, S Q- Harry Selph Rncharcl Tarpey Bill Edmison Sandy Hopkins Roger Beecham ' l T7 Daud Shrewc Wavnc Powell Kenny Gross Horace Moore Bob Vmccnt onthly the Rotary Club selects two outstancllng boys to attend thelr meetlngs Chosen on the basxs of grades SCIIXIIICS and recent achxexements, these Boy Rotarlans asstst the club members and take an actue part ID club dtscusslons They present programs by maklng speeches on one of thelr actn mes Sallx Balmer Carol Muller Deanna Kmg Carol Berger A Martha btoclung, Sylvia Gretner Sxlua land Henderson ach of these gurls attends 3 monthly dinner meeting ot the Business and Pro tessxonal W omens C lub They proude the program tor the meeting by presentlng one ot thelr talents They were ehosen for scholarshlp letclershlp church community, and extra curricular actxutxes tellovx shlp, personallty, and recent achlewements I2 . . , . 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SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS e pf: zdfnl ly Cru ntl mu lxzrtn Hrnscn, senczary Harry Selph pfeszdent 1 ne loxxtll zzz 6016054- rghtx thrngs trom small hegmntngs grow' VI hen uc entered SHS rs Freshmen th1s was our motto and we hate grown to be tl I IL west and the largest Semor class ever to graduate from Stlllxxater Hugh School Ex erwone xx ell remembc c nevs respons1b1l1t1es, organ17at1ons ol our cholce to torn and l l cass tultttes when by worklng together we contrrbuted S180 tor the Polto Fund the largest amount of all classes Stalrvsay to the Stars the theme tor our Iunror Senlor Prom, was enyoyed by exery one who attended Thrs xx as the Iumor Class s larffcst project and tt was 1nd for all rs our Freshman wear Vlc dlscoxer d eed a success Here we are the graduatmg class of 1960 We 1re Ieaxlng the last class whlch wrll graduate from our dear old SHS bulldxng Yes uc are a Irttle sad but we haxe had an excltlng tour XCIFS We are extrcmelx proud ot our football team We were unbeaten and untxed thrs wear rn regular season plax and achlexed the best record smce 1938 Our achlexements IH other athletrts make us proud ot all our teams We are leaxrng our old school behmd but not our educatron We wtsh to thank our teachers and admtntstrators tor helplng us to complete th1s IIUPOIIHDI step rn life Now ll 15 up to us as tndxxrduals to turther our educatlon a d h n turn our thoughts to anot er new begrnnrng tor mlghtrer thtngs ISI I32 SENIOR SNEAK Ruth Halt Harm Selph IULIIIII C rax CLASS NIGHT Sandra Thomas Carol -Xnn Ixllllan BIII Endorf Ixaren L 1II13,,her CAPS AND GOWNS Sxlxu C runcr Ixmt Houck amu MgLauchI1n BACCALAUREATE I nl, I d I r ANNOUNCEMENTS Sus1n Gcxs Carole Grant COMMENCEMENT Deanna Kmg Irmmy Beauchamp Wayne Powell DECORATIONS Ioyce Bartcll Iohn Dobson Sally Baker PROGRAMS Linda Swcarrngen Ianet Henderson Wanda Relck I Dick bverholl, Mary Lee Herr I S E N I Q 'lb oe Alun lxaren Alun Nelda Angll 5 Dolls Angus PHX Stun H n lllX NJ rmal lion r Boxxlxng., 'gr NX. Ellxs Karen Archer lane Atklns ohn Autry M1ckey Barnum Orehcstra President Pep Club S L, uh S L uh FT FT FT 'S-. Sally Baker Dorothy Balch 1m Barnes Rohm Blrnes Mu -Xlpha lhem ituttnt C untxl H1 Y oyte Bartell ennv Bates Roger Btetham mum Benuthamp ta HlX run nt n Brmlnng 1 'xly t .4 rt IL L S l I ' ' . ' Y e' 1' .' Q x .N . ' fl or 5 .A . l' I l ' an ' V l- llboll .,- X , ,f , A - , sl , K , V . .. .. .1 ,I A A A ,yt , 1. W , v- Natmml Honor All-St.1tc llgr'-lutlmll Annunl Smtl' . ' Y ' ' , Ju 'Q - I Q- , , , I I 5 - 'v , . N.: wml llunnr l .' Clulw lf 1 Hnwrr N. - llw ur " l"'l'.-X ML . -lx.: 'l'l1 l l' 'N l'Ill Carol Berger Donna Kay Brlyeu Mary Brrchard Barbara Blaxr Cheerleader Band I-NM! hee Presldent S Club Attendant La Musrca Niu Alpha Theta K ,,,'v hiss Barbara Bloodworth Sylua Bly Leslre Booker Ronald Borum Annull Staff Vatxonal Honor DIL Club FTA Must Lrkely to Sueeeed ,ae -4' vt-ff Sallre Bradley Ixm Brooks Mark Brooks Ierry Buckner Natlonal Honor Student Councrl Machme Woodworkxng FFA Attendant DE. Club Rrchard Bullock Gladeen Burns Zola Burch IoAnn Carnes Edrtor All School News FHA National Honor Pep Club I S E N , I s. A E Q ff R ,ZX . B S I I 6Ol I f y Ceo I S 2 E N I YY Q C R ., , L 6 Peggy Carpen er Claudette Cheatham Bobby Chcsbro Bcckx Chrxsman Pep Lluh Cla Club L Tn Hr Y VS rullu ...M-v Barbara Clark Wllllam Clark Barbara Clltton Mrkc Crnswcll Wrcstlmg Nauonal Thcspxans Debate Llub I-WMC, 'lrark and Lroas Country Icrry Cole Berta Cook Charles Cook Alxcc Cudd DE Club Glu: Club C ILL C b Nauunal H nor IDE Club Class Roxallx lean Cunmnhham bharon Damel Charlene Dans lim Dean Clrc C uh lap LI b up l lil-C b lllf L ul: K S 4.1 X t N vi. . Y ' X '- ' ilub llboll 5 , X ' I " :lu lv' ' rr lflaa '- D - Q1- Tl '- lu St. -lonor I ilu - il Klub D6 Donna Dedrxclt Dons Deune Iohn Dobson Darlene Drrggs Icp Klub Html Queen Mu Alpha 'Iheta DE Attendant Pr cndlxtt C rl lil Club Scncnce Club Pep Club President '57 'ls-r Band Band Football S lub FH A Wrcstlxng V1 Frances Flllngton oyce Emmons Kay Endorf Bull Endorf Mu Alpha Theta I-YA Fl A Hxstortan Student Knunul Presulent 'I rt lin Y Nm. Presulent lep Club Stutlent Council Alternate Boys State Celestlne Esparza Delores Esparza Mark Feather Carolyn Flsher r Woodworkmg Natlonal Thcspnans Annual Staff I S E 5 l 1 O Y Y K 1 R lI60ll Q , X' I N 4 7-.v R. I. Duckwall Vera Dye lim Easton" . ' Bill Edmison . 5 A H " C A t ' ' A I S E N I O Leon Flesner Ann Foster Cary Fowler Tom Fowler C lee Club Q s I+ X FT Karen Gallagher Fred Gattenby Lamont Gee Susan Gets DE Chaplaxn Photographx Stutltnt C uunul Seeretarx Pep Club Vrce Prestdent Bowlmg I-'I A State Htbtortan Iudv German Cy Gtlbreath Kathy Going Carole Grant Or hutra Nmonxl The plan L r K u v Cheerleader FHA Ratlm lil' K uh lx mer Xttentlunt Iudtth Grav Svlua Gremer Kenny Gross Fred Cudgcl Chapter and State Pmnur -Xttentlant Klub Prt ttf. Hx Y DE Queen Nattonal Honor FT Senmr Cla s Treaaurer R s R ' F , ,f S N . , I " lil: Ilul ' A 1 ,,,,,,,e,e ll60ll It -.' 4 V' 5 I'-4 ill A - . ' lil Yo- . f . l ' - -- . V 1 -N 1-nt - ' 8 S E N I O Karen Hansen Pat Harrmgton Robert Hatcher Rose Ann Haws Imneer -Xttemlant FF-X r C Ice Club Presldent Semor tlm Se rerarx Bcmlmg Pep Club vx X., N 1:7 Dlck Haynes Roberta Haynes INancy Hxx Ruth Helt IDE Club IDE Treasurer FHA. Tn H1 Y Bull Henderson anet Henderson Ina Henry Mary Lee Herr FF-X Prunlcnt Sure H1 nur X me I rcsn Lm FH-X Pmneer Queen S uh C lee Club SIUKILHI Lounul 'I rcasurer Geraldxne Hesson 'vfelxa Haldeman Kxrk Holxman Larry Hopkms FHA NJUUDBI Hunur HI Y Icp C 9 UNI X XX TLHIICI' BOXVIIYIL, I R . ' S J I , , A AF Q. K' Ilboll K yx L: vs X , . , . ' I Cl 9 - , : - : -' '- I- :lun ' -s me v 140 S E N I O R S uae Sandy Hopkins Bill Hornbuckle Kent Houck Eddie Hueston Student Council Historian Hand IDE pruiilent SIL1LlClll ll-.until Friendlieat Senior Boy Mu Alpha Theta Iiaaketball Rt-priwentatixu ,, V V YYY Y lianil Ilboll Glenda Hughes Margaret Humphrey Douglas Ireland Daud Irwin La Munn 'lreasurer Sueme Club Mixed Lhorus Orchestra Marilyn Iohnson lxaren Iohnston Fred onca In ones FT lepilh Hitting, IDP Llub FT Stuitnt Chun 1 udx lxlu Cirol Xnn lxxll n Delnnl lxln Crum ing, l l A ' ' l 'S if l A D fu ' -N l' ' . ' A Q l I tl I ' fa .' 'S i.1 'z 1 'V Q S. 4' li' ' N.ulon.i' ill1ixp1..:1x VM l'ztxi-lint N.mon.al 'lVl1CSQllJl'l5 Sure llunni lXll.X Su-Etnt lhnrmtll l'rtN1-inn! lf'l.X "N lilllll fjuuill Y., xifrml ll- ll 1 S E N I Butch Kratz Cflenda Laughlin ean Lexus Kay Long H1 Y Presulent N mr nal Honor T r Hr N K rrlw Qudrtgr :Il nal The pun Natrona! Ihupmns ev L 'virytql Lhm-U, Y nee President Setretan Iohnny 'VfeCr0skey Glenda McDan1el Fred McDonald lanlce McLauehl1n PFA Pep Club Pl -X Mxxed Lhorus Iep Llub Natmnzl Honor Ire nent Kharrnmn IJ 1 1 M1 t I nltely In Sueeeul lexhnlut Kmnlmltu. liowlxm, Humemakrng btyle bhow lxaren Metcalt Carol Mnller I-Ioraee Moore lack Moore Natmnll Honor Student Lounul HAR Nuke Honor Seeretarx Iarlmmentarlan C I O R . , . '. ' l or ' S N- -X15 .' ,A A P, :mb , V- 5 , l l ll6OII , Y, ,W l Vance Mall Margaret Marney Sharon Mathis Raymond Maxwell lv, K ntl. :A . E jul l - 5- X t . 'ml ' D L V l ' -Ilub 142 S , E N I O Blll Nlorrlson Yllen 'wloss Iarrx Xloss lconard M126 H :bln Nl :ld -Xlrp na l le mrlu l Barbara Needham Larrv Neff Wllbur Newfeld Bob Nxlcs FT DE Club Hand Woodwork Stare Honor Gary ODonnell Stanley Osborn Vlfgll Oslen Dlck Oxerholt FF-X Student Councnl S L lub X :cc Presldcnt Baseball S ub I-I X X me Prunlent 1" Ron Parc Leroy Patton Xldecnc lawns Rmebel Payne B mlxng, X ne I resulent H1 Y L H n Hi X Serrclarx R S . 7 a 4 l V M I . 1 l f. my , , ld 'N I K ilbllj 4 Ilboll A ' Y ' y. . ' 1 ' J V, - A g U .. Cl ., V.-I. 1 r l Q - my Y V A. , J. 1 A ' v 1 ' ' V -3 , I- SUI' rr :wif v .' f" ' 1 1 S E N I O R S Eddie Pendleton Fred Peterman Bob Phillips VVayne Powell FFA DE Club State Honor Tri-Captain Football "S" Club Vice-President Senior Class llboll Eddle Pryor Shlrley Reed erry Redmg Ianxe Remnsmder State Honor Prtsulent flee Club Student Counul FT NIat1on.1l Honor B1 x Rot.1r1.1n DE Club Kay Rlcks VVanda Rleck Ioe Rlden 'Vlartha Renmson Rambow VN ood w ork FH -X l ep C lub karen Rogers Nfarv Rogers Ruth Ann Rogers Lester Rose Pep Club N rtx mal 'l hug un Iootbxll C lee Club St tent C un xl l'l.lSCbflll I -Q.: l x ll i L 3 W , . I K. . I R 'ful' Io cl I S E N I O R S Susan Ross Iohn Russell Harry Sclph lack Sclph FNMC .x Narmnal Scnmr Claw Prcmlcnt N.llll1D.ll 'I'hcsp1.xns Thespiam Historian lflmtlvall Q? AQ Lmda Sharp Donna Sharpton Cary Shenold Daxld Shreve FHA FFA Qucmc Club DE Club Screncc Club Nlanonal Thcapxans Don Shutts lu Ann Slmpson Nlary Slssons Larry Smllh IDI Lluls Pup Club N url Ch ru FT IDF Club X null NIIII nu Sr rr H n r Il n llunmr 1 w PHX u Xlphx I Ll sf N V i ' - Pep Clulw .lr ' I ff N A - Barbara Sootcr lc-an Spccglc Rose Stigcrs Martha Stocking . n . f . lxrlmlnr UI l'm r f a ' rx U N.: -I .ll r Imp im l-'If-X Q ,- xr .A . mfr. S E N I O C lee C b PF-X Orehestra 'Nlatxonal Honor lilmlxng Mxxed Lhorux Band Secretary Frank Swxndle Delores Tarlton Rxchard Tarpey Lanna Taylor Band I-HA Boys State Most Bcauuful Scmor Pep Club Slate Honor Glec Club Secretary Shenla Terrlll Sandra Thomas Ixm Thompson Terry Thorne FT Nam nal Honor Seerctarx Onhurra X M. l ruulcm Vw: Prcs1df.nt 5 Club Sceretary Conme Turney Xlnlce Lpton Paul VanZant Bob Vmccnt Annual Smit K DE Club Debate Team Captain N monal T hcspnam All Stan lworball State Honor I l s 'zlllm T A' f . 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Fw ,I ,Ay ' I tl ,Lx . f . . .V A Q I JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS lim Ed Boothe, treasurer, Sharon Stes ens, secfetafy Bob Mcbaftree pzeszdenz Tom Berry, wee president e of the Iumor ellss are proud ot our .leeomplnshlnenls rlns xexr md sxneerelx bellexe that we have eome 1 long vs IX toward 1Ll'llCXlI11' the golls tor xxhxeh we ns .1 elass, haxe slrned Through the eooperauon ot exerw class member md xuth the help or our sponsors we haue been able no carry out suecessfexllx meh proyeet ue hue attempted ll'1ClLlLlll1g eoncesslons a HIIXCI' and the annual Iumor vxorkdn We haxe all looked loru 1rd smee our Freshman xelr to the umor Semor Prom and the banquet which precedes rt Thls IS the most lmporunt soeul exenr ct the xelr md we are sure that xhls year s Prom has nexer been equalled lll bl od tood beluutul deeora uons, and a wonderiul ume ln all this year has been H1 exlremelx reu lfllllli, one Ill xxlneh we heme eombmed good umes and hard work to make thus our umor xe.1r the besl exer 1 3 2 ', Y . - . .L, -I - . 1- -'- -. . 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Vnnmly Nfuflfrl. jwndx n NIJin!l.1l1 l,.u'l NRI J.1n1LI Shxrlcy MkIJ+.11.xl4l H.1rul4l MQIZILIII 'llrrg NfnI'..l!'1.lI1Il Imm .'Xl1nM4i,Iury KQIIHX N.1xxx'urIhx fiurzlwrl Yglwm Kenneth Nun m lil!! Nrvrlllll Sknp l'.1ImLr fxlflbl lijuhg Mary Nd! I'.xrrwIl Rubm Payne Luu Phllllgw l7c.1nn.u I'mull MII-.Q Pmull F .J 11552 . Jw if W .fb 9' Q6 xp. fag' , . H As, 4, E Hg 1 v . 45. v .V F' mg' -, ff. 2,6 .MX , ig. N A ' W1 1 ' f ww 'FEW' wgeggim fiiliiifx , ' 423 fQ'33' A A 2515 4, f' I . E Exp, f 5' , ' MSYYT 1-.JM - L lf,:'xSi45'?" ' V 41- ' qqgji--? ' T Q5 fn" AF. 11. ,ir . 45,4 Wesley Spencer Iohn Sowlc Wxlmd lean Stephen Mary Iillun Stewart Ihtft SUHIPICF Httty Sewell Iutl, Simrpton Dun YVut11.1Lk Maru lJ.1lu 'llaylwr Lttrl lcnnzllc Mantra Terrlll In Ihwmnx Itthn lhfltlms Rttltml Irmt Mltky Upton Lcxllc XV.xltnmn Icwcll W.ml Susan XV.1rrux B.1l't'.ll'.A VV.1shhurn Dun Wcckx Rnnnn Whnq Nicky Xvhlllcj Em Im Wxllumx lui, XN1H1.1lm If-j-LL XYUIIL Mary XVUHC l..arrj. 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FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS lm Berry, wee president Susan Fleming secretary Stefanie Swundle, treasuref Steve ay, prerzdent e the Freshman tlass of 1959 1960 haue rcullu had un extutuuug wear Waking nun acquauntmces and leurnung new and untercstung suhuctts huuc proutd to he sen euuuouahlc water Hugh School Our Freshman trup was one we shall nuer forgtt ounung new cluhs has guxen us a greater chance to uoutc our opunuons and lund our reul interests un lufe The upper classmen haue done a great deal to help us betomc acquainted quickly with the new school system and use are all looluung forward to our next three years un hugh school VVe are ten proud to be members of suth a tune hugh school V . -K -- ' - 4 ' ' is ,A I. 1 ' 1, I A . ' . V tasks for us. We have also enjoyed keeping up with the extra curricular activities iuu 'Stull- Mary Ann Abbott Tom Anzlcrwn Ecldxc fmgus Slmrfm .Xrl-uns l,b.lIl'.!I.l lmulngarlnn r Clmrlnx lk-.lr I.1y lull! 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X4 .xlwlh 1,14-'44 NQJLN 1.1119 Y wmlx iv :mx lllm-um! 1.mc KlIIiH'1I1l' Dunn.: Mrvy Kenny Pctcrs Dean Pricer Danny Rains Phyllis Rapcr Gcnu Ruling lim Rcynfiltlx l-'rdnltiu Rhunn Glcnilu Rrilwbinx Frctl Rulwtviub Inhn Rvwgcn Barry Ross Iilizulucth Ruv. lG.irlv.ir.t Ruth M.ir5 Nad Schott Kenny Searcy Gary Sewell Sherri Shurpton Lcnita Shelby Willard Shingleton Ellen Shipman Darrell Shtcic Dennis Silvers Lawrcncc Slade David Smith Kenny Smith Iimmy Soliclt Max Spccglc loc Staley lutly Stchlcr Dnvicl Stine Calarcnc Stuku Mike Stratton Iumcs Sw.1in Martha Swim Stefanie Swimllc M' N '. ,M . --f -H ce, - S L 'Ri ' ' 4. .,.. . A x 1 2 . l 2 i 91 X 'f 5 N 2 9 l l , V' O V li sl il l ff -'F H-4, ' fl , , 3 ' ' Q. 4 V , lx! ,N 2 5 . , 1 i , 1- i I , ' ' ' 1, J W. V SV I I . ' ' S .. , 1: f U' V L 4 A S Q tm X I A ' fi ,ww . , S t i n ff: -iz ' , K NN 2 rw 0 fi' 2 ' -:X 1. f sl S if , N ft A S v TN ' Ly V ,fl , tu ' 1 T7 , 'jf , 93? ,, V 5 flv A . X.. 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