Stillwater High School - Pioneer Yearbook (Stillwater, OK)

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"'Q P q wa Viv 1 Qfvlr-'viii 1' Q .A A QT K. , V , V 1 ,X - N ., -fl' Sl X, Y WMV . f .xg f VY Sf i I NLPVA ,,f' ,V """ ' ' x ' V Y fM +9v szx' WAQ' K V" Eifeiklivi sd! - ,V W ' ' ' M vX0,L,fxQz,,w, ,A - M 5 "" 3? XFSYJX Wy q'Pf'Nf5 HJ lfwfxxibh MQ :qv x , ff' ' 'q' f' O og P A 'E Q2 13 57 h 00 K6 nf. . X 'of 6 N9 Q Y Z, V sb q ,QV S: 7 ,axe 14+ A, ,X9 qX X X ,L IW, xx V X 'Q ,..AX2x00 D R WW N is CU Q Q P53 AA' I 06 . fff' ek A X- X w W Xe K XQ vi cs' 1 A M YQ X PIDNEER Prescn red by THE FOURTH ESTATE C. E. DONART HIGH SCHOOL Stillwater, Oklahoma Theme . . . Al! as our forefathers, pioneers of a new life, pushed forward to wider horizons, so may we, the "Pioneers'l of Donart High School, ad- vance in new realms of learning and under- standing. May we, the first students in our new building and the first to carry the name "Don- art Highfl set an example for those who fol- low us, as the Pioneers on the frontier and in education set such splendid examples for us. A ,Aww lf,-vefiws-f'Q W rfzify MMM f""""' J ,421-.-..J,guA,j-if ,,,,?,,,,,qX dazed! Foreword . 2 Dedicatory Service ..... 4 Administration and Faculty . 7 Classes ......... I5 Organizations . . 61 Industrial Arts . . QQ Fine Arts . . 105 School Life . . . . II7 Honors and Awards . . . 139 Sports ..... . 157 Publications . . 171 Index . . 176 'K-J I O Let us now earnestly and solemnly consecrate this building to its high and holy purpose. May the youth of this community for generations to come gather in this place to receive instruction in knowl- edge and training in virtue. May they find here every condition necessary to a true and enlightened edu- cation. Especially, may their teachers be examples of excellence in scholarship and character. May these rooms always be pervaded with an invigorating at- mosphere of mental and moral life and may no pupil pass from this school to schools of higher learning or to the other world without having been made more intelligent, more thoughtful, more courageous, more virtuous and in every way more capable of useful and noble living. From Dcdicatory Prayer Dedication of new school was held Sept. 25, 1960 On behalf of the administration and faculty . . . . . . and the student body 1 i MP1 ffspf-rf-1 . . . We accept this school . . . We consecrate this building to this purpose . . . . . that youth for generations may gather . . . and receive knowledge and training Within these walls 70 0 4 Aja, Wir , V I 9 , 71 L, MX! L 5, M ,I by 1 f if A ,ff fig if V ,ij I , HZ' 37 L XX +2 Ly! I, 'f l Y L ,, 4 ,W if W , 0 if fb M f f 14 cf wr ff ', ff f f 1 1 Q ig SW 3 'WJ' Ldfff' 1' Z' Q if ,Y If 1, V Vrj, I , . "fl" v wwf, ', X, , ,r 5 ,I A 1 X .- . 5 H, . - 5 , ,., .,, J ADMUNUSTQ TUQN POW UW W Dr. Marion Smith Zend af - - - Cgs elected representatives of the people, the Board of Education acts for the people on questions of general policy. Present members, elected at large, are Clifford Thomas, presidenlg Robert W. Powell, vice-prc.f1'dent,' Dr. Marion Smith, Iohn Weilmuenster and Dr. George New- ell, members. Selected by the board to serve as treasurer is Gilbert Criswell and as clerk C. E. Donart for whom the board named our new school in appreciation of his many years of service. To the Board of Education, the Administrative staff, our faculty and the people of the community who make our education possible we express our appreciation and thanks. Iohn P, Weilmuenster Gilbert Criswell Clifford Thomas, Bob Powell, Dr. Marion Smith, Gilbert Criswell Clifford Thomas C. E. Donart Robert Powell Dr. George Newell C. E. Donart, Dr, George Newell, Iohn P. Weilmuenster and Dr. William Carr Dr. William D. Carr Superinlendenl of School: eading the administration staff are Dr. William D, Carr, Superintendent of Schools, who came to us from Cushing this year, Ioe Henry King, Assistant Superintendent who has been with the Still- water school system for 16 years, and Dr. R. R. Rus- sell, Business Manager, who served as superintendent from 1947 to I96O, and administered the building of our new school. Ioe Henry King Assislant Superintendent Seated at the speakers table at the annual Christmas party of the Stillwater Education Association are Mrs. R. R. Russell, Mrs, Wilma Lackey, S.E.A. president, Dr. W. D. Carr, Mrs. King, and Mrs. Carr. Dr. R. R. Russell Business Manager Ioyce Kidd Secrefary lo Superintendent Grace Hueston Hahn Perkins Secretary to Eusines: Manager Financial Secrciary I0 7694 Sedan! Pzmapaz Carl Tilley, who is serving his fifth year as principal of Stillwater High School and his eighteenth year as a memlozr of the high school staff, is respected and admired by all. He is a friend to students and administers our school with disci- pline and understanding. We are very proud to have such an outstanding educator as head of our new school. Discussing their counseling duties are Mudge Meacham, Ralph Gibson and Gene McMurtry. In addition to her duties as counselor, Miss Meacham teaches English and sponsors Tri-Hi-Y. Mr. Gibson, assistant principal, teaches in the commerce department is a counselor, and sponsors National Honor. Mrs. McMurtry counsels teaches biology and sponsors the Paramedical Club. Eulah Bruce Fin ancial S ecrelary Gladys Russell Secretary zo Principal SWK Q 1 '4izef"R'2QY'f" EW 5.9 ' E ' Weisz Wife? masse . . A magma as 9, s ' -' is 3 '13 swap V s as is w sg, ZW E3 weefsss V, Q ss , W V .Kg ww G 1. wswssgis,-4 sgfi glass? ss wh ww, Q s Msn . 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Rosalie Becker Gladys Burris Foreign Language Speech, English National Thespians Ocie Cooper Glenn Epperley English Vocal Music Pep Club Music Groups Thena Goble Iames Harris English, Iournalism Physical Education Annual and Newspaper Assistant Coach 694 s In addition to their regi classroom duties, our thi three high school teachers sr sor classes and organizati assist in enrolling, counsel, attend many extra-curric school functions. Marie Fleming Homemaking F.H.A. Charles Herrick Industrial Arts Wrestling Coach Edith Holley 12 Lihrary Science , Librarian State Honor HI-Y Richard Howard Gladys Ingram Art English Iames Kelley Driver Education For the first timc, our school longer has the freshmen, we now have a 6-5-3 school tem division. Our high ool, with its three classes, , an enrollment of 666 "at :ss time," with IS depart- nts, and a total of 144 sses. E Russell Martin Biology, Photography F.T.A. Faye McWcthy Social Studies State Honor N23 Mary Taylor Commerce Pep Club Thomas Lilly Ianetta Loper Social Studies, Radio Commerce Student Council f ,L Wai C. D. Mihura Andy Murphy Mathematics Social Studies Assistant Coach Kenneth Rhea lane Pulley Instrumental Music Chemistry, Physics La Musica Science Club Tom Turvey Virginia Turvey Athletic Director School Nurse Social Studies, "S" Club Paramcdical Club Martin Loper Study Hall Basketball Zola Murphy English Willard Shingleton Industrial Arts Virginia Webster English State Honor I 3 SCHOOL CAFETERIA STAFF Front row: Mrs. Iessie Lake, Mrs. Iuanita Bissell, Mrs. Mable Caldwell, Mrs. Georgia Nelson, Mrs. Alleen McKaughan. Back row: Mrs. Marie Oltman, Mrs. Thelma Olmstead, Mrs. Faith La France. afwidcm af Wea!!! and Safely SCHOOL CUSTODIANS Front row: Leroy Coe, Kenneth Olmstead, Ross Archer, lack Iohnson. Back row: Bobby Hesser, Ivo Cook, A. T. Emde. Vwm Sv Kp M rv W if W ff kiifw W 43 N MQ . MQ if S ,Q Qi DM' yb I J My NX WXXLUVVQAJ X x wbjt ,, ,QQ V11 V W if W W -I- WWMNW "' W v CLASSES I il E ,-,mw.M,...,.-gawk-,-,,.MA. A AMW ,MWA M...,,mm,,W,.,,MM...,...,,,.. ,aw W, ,..,..M....,... N,A,..,,,, Mmm, ,, .MH , .,.M, WA, M, .. M. 4 MW , ,M , , 2 up my . VT C v , M K 5 : . E 2 34' ' -fnzgzgii: i P1 V 5513-2 Ei. ? f 1 . 4 : g e n 1 .yfiigz 1 1 53 5553- - 0155555 These seniors in Bookkeeping seem to be very absorbed in their work Study booths offer varied opportunities for group learning. fi: 2 ISE " Q fi K in , 2 ' iff- as E553 asm is J W5 Er r,, 3 Y W 'ws 5. SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS George Holman, vice prcsidentg Linda Parcher, treasurer, Charles Moore, president, Iim Gray, secretary. gee may have been small in stature, but we had big ideas when we entered Stillwater High School as Freshmen. We all remember our Freshman trip to Oklahoma City-the Capitol, the Museum of Natural History, and the zoo. As Sophomores, we were very ambitious. Our abilities for leadership were becom- ing known to all and we had really made a place for ourselves in the school. Our Iunior year was great, We were especially proud of our football team which had an unbeaten and untied score in the regular season play and achieved the finest record since 1938. Our basketball team had another great season and won the state championship for the second consecutive year. Now as graduating Seniors, we have the distinction of being the first class to grad- uate from the new C. E. Donart High School, of which we are all so proud. This year we have seen our Pioneers through many sports events and we are ex- tremely proud to have been a part of this mighty group. Our Senior sneak will be re- membered by each and every one of us for years to come, as will our Prom which was fabulous. Before leaving we sincerely thank our parents, teachers, and administrators for their interest and guidance. With this we bid farewell, leaving our dreams and our in- spirations in the hands of those who follow us. endaz mdlfleed, CLASS NIGHT Bob McCaffree, Lana Grooms, Mary Katherine Smith, George Holman hw Iwi? all I i CAPS AND GOWNS Dana Cowan, Norman Adams, Bill Cox, Kathleen Martin SENIOR ANNOUNCEMENTS Robert Lynch, lane Corcoran Karl Baumgartenr, Iudy Newman I .,.n. ,N X tk " 'sxwx x N wi' 'W' Qi .., ' ,fra DECORATIONS COMMITTEE Carolyn Ham, Diane Smith, Linda Parcher, lim Gray, Sherri Nelson 20 l BACCALAU REATE Gale Andrews, Sharon Stevens, Ieannie Crane COMMENCEMENT Pat Moore, Gay Crowder, Gary Leonard PROGRAMS Linda Marlin, Pam Miller, Carol Iardot SNEAK Priscilla Washinka, Iohn Chapman, Donna Norton 3 l mgws- PANEL Alvin Rains, Verle McLemore SENIORS Willard Abington Ianet Adams Physical Education Glenda Allen Norman Adams National Honor State Honor Science Club Glenda Allende Iournalism 1 Staff Writer '61 Pioneer Art Editor Pep Club Glee Club Karl Baumgartner All-School News Editor Football Track Wittiest junior State Honor Gwen Andrews Tri-lli-Y President F.T.A. Bill Arnold "S" Club Hi-Y Football Baseball Homeroom President Clarence Bear Distributive Education Gale Andrew I-'.F.A. Treasurer Mixed Chorus President "S" Club Homeroom Vice President Hi-Y Edd Bellatti All-School News Managing Editor Annual Staff Football "S" Club Conn Berkenbile Science Club journalism 1 Staff Writer Radio Photography 22 Tom Berry Iunior Best Personality junior Class Vice President Student Council Representative Student Council Alternate Vicki Barnes Cheerleader Student Council Representative State Honor Mu Alpha Theta Freshman Royalty Darrell Bilyei. "S" Club Homeroom Vice Pres Football Mechanical Drawi NIORS Iim Ed Booths Mixed Chorus Band Hi-Y Mu Alpha Theta Science Club Gary Bounds Ioe Bowles Nora Bowman Frieda Bradsher Guy Broaddus Glee Club Science Club Distributive Education G,R.A. Spanish Club Wayne Bullock La. Musica l-'.F.A. Band Queen Attendant Escort Iudy Cacy National Honor Pep Club F.H.A. Irma Caldwell Disrributive Education F.H.A. Ioc Cannaday lf! lfoothall Wrestling Charlotte Casey Student Council Alternate Pep Club Pat Casey Disrributivc Education Hi Y "S" Club F.T,A. Homeroom Vice President Hi-Y Homeruorn President F.T.A. Distrihutive Education Hoxneruom President Ann Cuskey F.l-l.A. Treasurer Band Neoma Carmichael Distrihutivc Education Pep Club G.R.A. F.H.A. Lowell Carpenter F.F.A. 23 SENIORS Bill Cleverdon Iohn Chapman "S" Club Iunior Class Royalty Track Football F.T.A. Bob Clark Art Rita Colasacco Freshman Cheerleader G.R.A, Publicity Reporter '61 Pioneer Circulation Manager F.T.A. Publicity Reporter G.R.A. Treasurer Helen Schatz Cole Band Queen Attendant 3 Years Twirler F.H.A. Reporter G.R.A. Historian Iane Corcoran Student Council Treasurer G.R.A. President Girl's State F.T.A. Treasurer National Honor Starleen Combs Mary Kay Cooper Distributive Education .5 ff s Bill Cox National Honor Boy's State Hi-Y Science Club 24 Sharen Cottongim G,R.A. Historian Band Secretary Band Queen B. and P. W. Girl of the Month Future Nurses Club Dana Cowan National Honor Secretary-Treasurer President of State Honor Thespian Scribe Student Council Representative F.T.A. Ron Cox Iill Clark D.E. Queen Attendar Vice President of Pep Club D.E. Parliamentarian G.R.A. Prom Menu Committt Ronda Cooper National Honor Mu Alpha Theta Orchestra State Honor Society Future Scientists of America Ieanie Crane F.H,A. President National Honor Friendlist Senior Girl Stztte Honor Distributive Education ENIORS Barbara Dcrr ournalism 1 Stuff Writer Pep Club Mixed Chorus F.T.A. Gay Crowder State Honor National Honor Girl's Glee Club President Girl's Trio F.T.A. Bob Culton Business Education Ray Davidson Band Science Club Photography Lee Dotter F.F.A. Tommy Doyle "S" Club Baseball Basketball Track Hi-Y ,fg Raymond Ely Band La Musica President Orchestra Ginger Durham Girls' Trio F.T.A. La Musica All-State Chorus Mixed Chorus lack Durham F.F.A. President Ierry Edmonds Bowling Iohn Esparza Wrestling Gene Fassnacht Student Council Representative 'David Fisher Band Science Cluh Iudy Flood Pep Club F.H.A. Mary Lou Foltz National Honor Qlrnirviewj F.F.A. Queen CFairviewJ American Legion Awaril fFairviewj Class Secretary Clfairviewj Slate Honor QFairvieWJ SENIORS Pat Foster Nvrestling "S" Club Football David Franklin Mu Alpha Theta Science Club Cross Country Hi-Y '61 Pioneer Sports Writer Ioy Fringer lournalisrn i Stall Writer Glee Club Paramedical Club Four Art Awards, Band CBartlesvi1leJ Dale Going Phy lim Gray State Honor Vice President Senior Class Treasurer Boys' Quartet Mu Alpha Theta National Honor Mickey Graham Hi -Y F .T ,A. Bill Gray Hi-Y President National Honor "S" Club Football Student Council Representative Sharon Gooch Distribtitire Education President Majnretie G.R.A. Vice President Band Treasurer Wittiest Iunior Gary Franklin Future Scientists of America Mu Alpha Theta State Honor Bruce Gray "S" Club Basketball Track l-lomeroom President Baseball Lana Grooms Student Council Vice President Girls' State Pioneer Queen Attendant Girls' Quartet Senior Class Night Committee Linda Gudgel Glee Club Carolyn Ham National Honor F.F.A. Queen Attendant State Honor Pep Club F.H.A. 26 Gordon Ham Distributive Education Band Delegate to National D.E. Convention Radio Don Hamlett Radio Distributive Education NIOR Mr Wanda Hodge 'ootball Queen Qlieaverl lational Hunor QBeaverJ F.H.A. Girls' Glee Club Barbara Houston Glee Club F.H.A. Vern Heddleston Carolyn Holmes Glce Club F.l-LA. QPawneej Thespians fPawneej Pep Club fl-lobartj Mixed Chorus QI-Iobartj Roger Hohman Hi-Y Science Club Football Track Karen Himes F.H.A. Pep Club George Holman Senior Class Vice President Best Dressed Senior Boy Pioneer Associate Editor F.T.A. Vice President "S" Club Karen Hornbuckle Disrributive Education Band Kathleen Howell Mu Alpha Theta Girls' Glee Club F.T.A. s. ,, Gene Hoyt Student of Today Boys' State Delegate Boy Rotarian News Editor Mu Alpha Theta Bill Human Disrriburive Education F.F.A. Bill Irwin Ca.rl Hiner "S" Club F.F.A. Vice President Carolyn Hopper Ianice Ivey 27 SENIORS Fannie Iohnson F.H .A. Georgianne Lane Student Council QPocassetJ F.H.A. Historian QPocassetJ Class Officer QPocassetJ Carol Iardot F.H.A. Secretary F.F.A. Queen Attentlaut State Honor B. and P. VV, Girl Ioiin Keller Rifle Club Speech Tom Iohnson "S" Club Football Co-Captain Wrestling Track F.T.A. Frank Iay '61 Pioneer Editor Student Council Parliztmentarian Boys' Staite Alternate Boy Rotarian Friendliest Senior Boy Tom Kinnick All Conferente Footbull Senior Class Royulty Sophomore Cluss President "S" Cluh Wrestling Gary Leonard Mu Alpha Thutu President National Honor State Honor Future Scientists Vice President Hi-Y 28 Kay Lawson Blind Home Economics President I-Iomeroom Vice President Tri-Hi-Y Chaplain Polly Lester Glee Club Pep Club F.T.A. Student Council Representative Mixed Chorus Linda Ioyce Cheerleader "S" Club Queen Attendant Pioneer Queen Attendant Nationul Honor Student Council Representative Darrell Lee Distrilvutixe Education F.T.A. Basketball QWellstonj Sophomore Class Play CWellstonj Donnie Iohnso Band CAltusj Basketball fAltus K.A.Y. Club fAltu Art in E il Ianice Kroutil F.H.A. lclistoriun Distributive Etlucation Glee Club lanice Lile Distrlbutive Education F.H.A. l ENIOR Robert Lynch "S" Club F,T.A. stributive Education Hi-Y Helen Linzy Glce Club Gary Long Alberta Longan Ian MacAlpine Verl McLemore National Honor Blue Print Reading State Honor 'CIll01' Panel Committee Mu Alpha Theta Vice President Band La Musica Don McCroskcy Track National Honor "S" Club State Honor Kenneth McBride "S" Club F.F.A. Hi-Y Wrestling Bob MtCaffree Student Council President Senior Most Likely to Succeed Boys' State Delegate Iunior Class President National Honor Pat McDaniel Glee Club Mary Majors Mixed Chorus Pep Club F,H.A. Girls' Glee Club Lmtla Marlin Nnlionzrl Honor Baxncl Queen Attendant Stnte llonor Lai Musica Secretary F.H.A. lxathleen Martin Trl-Hi-Y Treasurer F,'I'..-X, Band Dorothy McCand1ess Band Bob Matheson All-Conference Footlmll Most Handsome Senior Boy B.tsl-Letlviill Student Council Alternate Truck 29 NIORS Mac Messenger Basketball "S" Club Gary Metz Mu Alpha Theta Science Club Mu Alpha Theta F.T.A. Thespians Beverly Miller Paul Mooney Drum Major "S" Club Basketball Hi-Y Track Annetta Mick F.H.A. Allen Mitchell Band President '61 Pioneer Layout Artist La Musica Hi-Y Mike Miller Business Education Radio Pam Miller Pep Club President Best lbresscrl Senior Girl Girls' Stine Alternate F.T.A. Freshman Cheerleader Lucretia Mize F.H .A. Billie Robbins Moore F.H.A. Secretary Distributive Education Orchestra Band Charles Moore Senior Class President All-Around Senior Boy US" Club Secretary Boys' State Boy Rotarian Pat Moore National Honor President "S" Club Mu Alpha Theta Boy Rotarian Track 30 im Mosshammer Stillwater Road Knights junior Aggies I , Iohn Moody, Ir Art Club F.T.A. Barbara Murray Pep Club F.l-LA. NIOR Sherri Nelson "S" Club Queen Student Council Publicity Reporter Most Beautiful Senior Girl Pioneer Organizations Editor unior Class Royalty Vesta Lou Murphy F.T.A. Secretary Blackwell Choir QBlackwelD Pep Club QBlackwel1j Y-Teen Vice President Susan Newell National Honor State Honor Mu Alpha Theta Science Club F.T.A. Dwight Nance Glee Club Wrestling Hi-Y F .T .A . Iudy Newman Distributive Education Queen Pep Club Secretary Student Council Representative Freshman Cheerleader D.E. Secretary Wayne Otsuki State Honor and Vice President Musica Vice President Mu Alpha Theta Orchestra Ierald Nickels ' 'S' Club Wrestling Bob Oursler Mu Alpha Theta Mixed Chorus Future Scientists of America Chess Club Donna Norton D.E. Queen Attendant F.T.A. Historian D.E. Treasurer Pep Club Student Council Representative Gordon Nelson State Honor Mu Alpha Theta Ron Norton Radio Bowling Thomas Owens Odell Pace Hi-Y Bowling Linda Parcher Pioneer Queen National Honor Society State Honor Secretary Senior Class Secretary Student of Today Ierry Pendleton F.F.A. Sentinel F.F.A. Boy of the Week 3 l y SENIORS Alvin Rains Senior Panel Committee Blue Print Reading Carolyn Pennington Homeroom President Student Council Representative Distributive Education Reporter G.R.A. Katy Reed Band F.H.A. La Musica F.T.A, Pamela Phillips F.H.A. Degree Band "Speak for Democracy" Winner Betty Price Kittye Delle Robbins Homemaker of Tomorrow Future Scientists of America Mu Alpha Theta F.T.A. Merit Scholarship Finalist Ianelle Schroeder Pep Club Homeroom President F.H.A. Parliamentarian Sharon Rutledge Pep Club F.H.A. Iesus Salazar Pan American Club Speech Welding Tom Schlehuber Mu Alpha Theta "S" Club Track Cross Country Kenneth Schroeder Terry Schroeder F.F.A. Don Scott Tom Seeliger Basketball Distributive Education Football Band Orchestra 32 l Mary Sharpton Glee Club iNlORS Iohn Shideler Radio Band La Musica Annual Staff Bill Shull Mu Alpha Theta Science Cluh Student Council Representative Rae Mae Sissons F.H.A. Glee Club Donna Sloan Pep Club F.T.A. istributive Education :lent Council Alternate F.H.A. Bill Smith Derrill Smith "S" Club President Football Co Captain All-Conference Football Track F.T.A. Diane Smith Science Club Thespians Senior Class Night Committee Mary Kathryn Smith Student Council Historian Senior Class Night Committee Pep Club Thespians F.T.A. Iim Springer National Honor Vice President Boys' State Delegate "S" Club Boy Rotarian '61 Pioneer Business Manager Beverly Sumptcr G.R.A. Pep Club F.H.A. Glee Club Tim Steblcr "S" Club Science Club Cross Country Track Sharon Stevens All-Around Senior Girl Student Council Secretary Girls' State G.R.A. President Girls' Quartet 'tb , , David Stewart National Rifle Assn. Mechanical Drawing Machine Woodwork Productive Shop Mary Spaulding Art Glee Club I .U .O. Max Stites "S" Club Hi-Y Vice President Football 33 SENIORS lim Stone Betty Strotter Baseball Trudy Thomason Speech Orchestra Rztdio Social Dance Club judo Clulv X an ef Don Teter Radio Distributive Educatit Russell Thurman Distributive Education Business Education Rhonda Tucker Cheerlcatler Pioneer Queen Attendant Girls' State junior Best Persoitality Sophomore Clast Royalty Dewell Turner Hazel Turner Bob Walters Hi-Y Band Football Roger Walters 1-li-Y Treasurer All-School News Sports Editor Band Science Club Margaret Walkci Bill Walton "S" Club H-Y Mu Alpha Theta Future Scientists of America Kay Ward Student Council Representative F.H.A. Pep Club Distributive Education 34 Don Washburn Mechanical Woodwork Priscilla Washtnl Club Queen Attendant President of F.T..f Senior Class Royal '61 Pioneer Honors Awards Editor B. and P. W. Girl of the Montl NIORS Barbara Whatley F.T.A. Gary Westmoreland .. .. b S Clu All-Conference Football Track Homeroom President Mix d Chorus C Vice President Virginia White Dick White Glee Club l l lvl? -:::E::-:L:,,,. :ul t i f Z1 W - - , Loren Dale Wilson '5f3s. : Band i :Eri n no - Pep Band ':, ' , Nl Orchestra -E: .iii High School Dance Band ii , ..,., ax J lo .r Q4 5 1 Gene Whitham Physical Education Allen Wilson Glee Club Librarian Homeroom President U 'C bhp 6-f 'il KM ,tl LJAAZFCGA P4 rf L U L, 2,0 60 NlCl00 riff' X L A 0 'C 9 Ll' Uh CL LJL Q ,LWOI L F V v , ffl 'Mr VUL 4 0 vf' Q 00' L0 M P' fllfl ,ol 17174. 09 Verdalee Allen Wilson F.T.A. G.R.A. Treasurer Freshman Football Queen Attendant Carol Witt WW! l 1 l l el It looks as though Miss Meacham,s English IV class has come to an amusing point in their literature. Problems in Democracy seniors learn to listen and respond as good citi zens should. Senior hom pose in the made and m nual style show. e l "fig , v V A Wx X g I AUTOGRAPHS X Q ,WWW My Ki W f I ' 5 'Ural I M JA .MM ,ff SSTWWWQYQ f2ffiiMffff P 4 LV my JN WN Mya I My PI Qs is 3 5 gggmgmw H N hx ww , 'ff fifw MQW J, .SE ,agp ,Bt I ,W M Na Q if V , ws 5 . V2 ,-4,45 L SS 5 K 0 Q 1 ,HP .Q ,e ,MO ra V M ,Q U hgh 9 Q F Qzfm Qfxugi X5 ft 301 MW' ' WV? V H Www gang gk 1 xiii? END? www-k Zigi H -'if E' , U , , K- if 'ii flwf ww wp, W S K f 8 af V K .- 'V E4 H' A 4 f 9 Q-1 , U G 3 M, af an ' Y 1 v W , gag 11 Q' M3 mm- fr Q- Nu .ffiif f ' L. f fm wg M-'M is ff E 4- I , I H W 2' E , NW"-N vi x 2 4 .A 3' ' - ff W iz A A " , L ' ' gk , if z J' wr-vi K Q iiyfkkx M "wwf if fiixvl Q RAL x241QQi f gs? -... 'Lf JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS Mike Powell, vice preridentj Barbara Felkins, zreasurerp Kara Lynn Kinnick, .fecretaryp Mac DeLozier, president. as we, the Iunior class of 1960-61, look back on our years of high school we realize how much we have accomplished. Even though this has been our first year at the new C. E. Donart High School, we believe it has been our most successful. We are very proud of our class and are sure our Senior year will be even more rewarding. The Iunior class's most outstanding projects, the Iunior-Senior prom and the sales of class rings, were carried out successfully through cooperation of members of our class and with the aid of our sponsors. As the ,61 Seniors leave our school, we wish them success in college and careers, and are sure that we shall follow adequately the example of this outstanding class, the first to graduate from C. E. Donart High. Kaye Abshure Walter Adams Ieannine Adler Becky Akin Tom Anderson Mary Autry Norman Babcock Bob Baker Roy Banning Raymond Bardo Becki Barnard Mike Baumann Raymond Bays Vina Bearry Larry Bellatti Betty Berry Charlotte Best Glenn Blakley Ian Boggs Anne Bowles Charlotte Braswell Nancy Bratcher Iudy Brewton Mary Brooks Darlene Bryan PARKING COMMITTEE Mary Nell Parrott, Bob Baker, Ann Bowles JUNIORS 3-tzgii-mbfyi Simwia. 'L i Q Y A , ' " , -'R gf 1 .t fizsf 5 Q ' me tw igiygpf, + gr? ,. E an , ' fire? t '2ffE55,:j:g::,,.,. " . ,,j" 2, li -x-' I , ,am , :Hi fi QF: ,fig ffm ,.-. ::. if r U Q- 3 ti gbgifeii: . .-X, 5'-11: 'tlln w ,1 .. "' f -f A fxaffgqw 'X " WS?" fs it Mmm, 52.415 if ,aa am -, ,mms Hmwmm' A :Easifi x ,, ., E :s.::::::: a, .. .,..,., 1 ., PROM COMMITTEE Linda McCollum, Frank Friedemann, David Pryor, Barbara Hartley JUNIORS Mw wzzsaitiaaeas K lfxeaxM152ezfzzsszfiWzsiwfisesfzkm 35332255525 K 1 fzgg U 7 , , Agni 'F' 51233253523 W V .,.. mm , ..,. 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Av QSM is P X V- - 1 . egg M-fsafm: Q Q fm 'j. 4 , :gf-g:"::': E55 WW f '4 Q i mg, .:,,.f if C 5 v ag .mc 3 A Iames Burley Carol Burton Lloyd Caldwell Linda Cacy Ray Chehrehgosha Glenna Clary Kaye Clifton David Clodfclter Ann Cockrell Dan Cockrell Tim Cole Geoff Collins Sharon Cooke Tommy Curd Mac DeLozier Pat Determan Lana Devine Donald Dobson Gene Dorris Becky Doss Louise Dowell Fred Dries Patty Edwards Kenny Elder M. G. Elwell Barry Epperley Barbara Fclkins Eldon Fleming Anita Friedemann Frank Friedemann Mary Margaret Gage Carol Garton Linda Glover Norman Grade Mary Beth Grant Mark Grimsley Ricky Grisham Claude Green Sam Hamilton Barbara Hartley Ierry Hazelton Louise Henderson Roy Herndon Bob Hert Mary Alice Hock Pat Hubbard Sally Hueston Donna Hughes Carol Ann Huls Betsy Iones SEATING COMMITTEE Sitting: Darlene Bryan, Ioicelyn McCulloh Standing: Bill Griffith, Kenny Rhea JUNIORS We ' TICKET COMMITTEE Iim Norton, Carol Burton, Larry Simpson JUNIORS if il an Jwmweemwv' Wil .sw af ? mfg,-1 nw c Q ma. l Eddie Iones Kara Lynn Kinnick H. C. Lloyd Kay Langley Karen Larson Dorothy Ledbettcr Shirley Ledbetter Charles Leivo Charles Lytton Linda McCollum Sandy McCory Vandy McCory Ioicelyn McCulloh Carl McDaniel Shirley McDonald Harold Mclilraft Terry McFarland Maxine MacAllistct Sue Marlow lack Martin Iudy Mattox Dari Mihura Stephen Mills Ricky Milroy Ken Moore Ianet Mullendore Randy Muncaster Marvin Munger Maxine Myers Kenny Nasworthy Gordon Nelson Kenneth Newsome lim Norton Mac Overholt Carol Parcher Mary Nell Parrott Robin Payne Lacricia Pence Lou Phillips Deanna Powell Mike Powell Faye Price David Pryor Corky Rains LaDonna Reagan Mike Reding Gerald Reinholtz Kenny Rhea Iudy Ritter Mary lane Russell RING COMMITTEE Iewell Ward, Steve Mills, Delores Shingleton, Ioe Iarvis, Susan Warren JUNIORS N x,"'N"" MENU COMMITTEE Deanna Powell, Barry Epperley, Betty Berry JUNIO amen IQAI bmw, A? ..... -Nw, ...- -.-,- , :Wm .... ,.-...., i w.g5, W ex af., -' 1i1i'Li7.4'i5A , smqsife YI J.. , V ,, ms Q qziefa :Al ' 'KT' l'?'A5 .: 'iii ' '21 51'-2 SVN is i L jr g . 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Louella Rust Cherie Sanders Annesseh Surbakhche Ann Scherich Val Schott lack Schroeder Ioan Schroeder Betty Gail Sewell Iohnny Sherman Bob Sherwood Dolores Shingleton Ruth Shipman Ieffcry Short Larry Simpson Bob Simcy LaVada Sloan Marilyn Smith Nancy Smith Sue Smith Iohn Sowle Patricia Spann Wesley Spencer Wilma lean Stephenson Mary Ellen Stewart Patsy Sumpter Virginia Swanson Larry Tarlton Iim Taylor Carl Tennille Carolyn Sue Terrill Monica Tcrrill lay Thomas Iohn Thomas Earlie Thomason Tom Thomson Roland Treat Iunly Ventris Don Vest Ivan Vivas Leslie Waltman Iewell Ward Phyllis Warden Susan Warren Barbara Washburn Don Weeks Gloria Whitefield Nicky Whitley lim Wilson Eva Ioy Williams Ierry Williams Inyce Wolfe Mary Wolfe Tom York Melvin Young Kay Zuck ,MW ,V ::. - ai m '- A 7 eg: . JU NIORS lm if' gui i if Q 1 ia? if in sl 5 Q gf in Qr, , -", ,z 2. -Sims. gg i-Y G5 x -2-1--+ ' """-5:52525..S'I.-11:V 'fray r V -Nr.:e:.:g: 'Q"f3' :--- 2 : ::' lr :.r ::. t : ' '-:-2:1,::,::-f ix Eg, ggf' ,G -11: s , .. rr: English III, like all other courses, can be made more in- teresting with illustrated ma- terials. N, ,wl,,,L X '.,.,: Lge "Y its .X.-.7 , ex. Y X AUTOGRAPHS fl' A , it ' xx, ,., -Q . nf. VUHW.-N 'i LW If ,xy L v , LFQN' V -.ilwl z M M I x- hw! f' ' L"'f'f , , 'fx ' lywklwf lf' X, l w , I LL if 1591 ' ff I ff I I U-""l' xg ,lugs-K' N I 1 1 , U, ' f If f N . 1-I ., , ,f 4 , ., ,rib 4 4' X yt- V Y, i Mm ff' ' j f .Lu 'X L f ," li!"'l'l ' ,K mx I K ., ,LA f , ,..f, L :A J,,::'4ufff ' ' ff! P , 7 f ff L f,Q ,K A ff' ' V, I2 f,v'5- Y fbfx' . 1 V, if tk, . we W AUTOGRAPHS 453331 WW WMS X we Qvrcxv aff v 050563 4090 M, w' WM XQUVW wg A qui 1 - 5' L 0 000 W wi 33 W! f:M1 : WW'1 M 1cVvvU.c1Xl'-'CV?f'1aap:, Q CN1 EE 5 9 . ,, , . . . , . . .,.... ' X ,W Wm, , .. vvnwdf w1ni6S0i'1"+' Ex iw 1 'iw "' LW, MMG' G ,xx M fs- E lf Q aw INN kr 'eff N m 1 li by li 4 Xe? i ma 'bu i , . w u S fav 'Sf' www English II students in Miss Gladys Ingram's class make a chart for book reports, showing settings for various American writings. Pets, as well as pretty girls, can show off new styles to advantage. Sophomore home economic students model dresses in an- nual spring style show. 52 7 L, My I!! Al., -- M wt. L IJWXSOPHOMORE CLASS oFFlcERs 'X J y l I ,Roni 'e-,Eroomlg preddentj Sally Griencr, treasurerg Mike Wadsworth, vice l f Q .I . , if V prcszgiitg .firm Nettleton, secretary. if uf" 'VV' l xp f J-s 2 4.4 iw 'J' fi' cghe word "sophomore" is derived from two Greek words, "Sophos" meaning fwise and "Moms" meaning fool. Perhaps then we could say that we, the sophomore class of 1960-61, are leaving our "foolishness" behind and gradually acquiring wisdom. ali As we think of our good fortune in being the first class to fully utilize the beau- tiful new high school we have a challenge to live up to the fine classes which have pre- ceded us and to those who will follow. L 'J' This year has been filled with both fun and serious study. We look forward to the F X years ahead and we are aware, as sophomores, that all wise men enjoy a bit of foolish- ness now and then. SOPHOMORES Mary Ann Abbott Eddie Angus Sharon Atkins Barbara Baumgartner Charles Bear lay Beltz Don Bentley Ierry Berger lim Berger Annette Bloom Kay Booker Wayne Bowers Manuel Bowman Ralph Brake lim Brinkerhoff Lina Brock Betty Brooks Lilly Brown Ioanna Byrd Ierry Caldwell Patsy Caldwell Maria Celarier Jody Chesbro Betty Clark Melissa Cleveland Karen Colclasure Cynthia Collin Edward Cook Carol Cooper Nan Corcoran Beverly Cronk Barbara Davis Sharon Davis Mary DeLozier Pat Denyer Iohn Diggs Carla Dinsmore Mary Dobson Lon Donaldson Helen Douglas Dwayne Dowell Iohnny Eacles Sharon Easter Sam Earnest Charles Escue Bill Ewens Iane Finley Virginia Firebaugh Sharon Fisher Susan Fleming Andrea Focht Charlotte Foster Lanny Fuller Iohn Garner Claire Garnier Neil Gladstone Sally Greincr Ronny Grooms Ross Hall Iim Ham SOPHOMORES SOPHOMORES Sue Harlan Lyndia Harris Darlene Heddleston LaVada Helton Roy Henry lack Henslee Vicki Herrick Ronald Hill Sandra Himes Tommy Hiner Linda Hoffman Georgiana Honeyman Iacqueline Hooper Iim Horn Larry Horn Sidney Hume Becki Humphrey Suzanne Inciardi Richard Iarvis Steve lay Ierry Iimison Don Iohnson Delaine Iones Stanley Kays Ted Keeler Merlyn King Gary LaFrance Nancy Lagrone Iuanita Lamb Barbara Langley 54 SOPHOMORES Donna Peery Kenny Peters Dean Pricer Iim Reynolds Fred Robbins Glenda Robbins Iohn Rogers Barry Ross Elizabeth Ross Ioan Roth Alice Sanders Mary Neva Schott Sherri Sharpton Leanita Shelby Ellen Shipman Willard Shingleton Donnie Silvers Anita Smith Iimmy Solick Max Speegle Ioe Staley Judy Ann Stebler Calvarene Stokes Mike Stratton Martha Swim Stefanie Swindle Kenneth Temple Susan Thomas Mark Thompson Iudy Thorne Peter Tillman David Tomlinson Wilma Tromplcr Marcelle Turner Mike Wadsworth Carol Wakelee Patty Wakelee Iohnny Walkup Iudy Waller Sharon Walters Kathleen Waterfall Thomas Weaver Linda Weir Karen White Robert White Wesley Whitefield Eileen Willard Ginny Williams Sidney Williams Larry Wilsey Barbara Wilson Ioan Wise Wesley Woods Dick Woods Iane Wright Shelby Wright Andrea Morris SOPHOMORES gp..--f Student participation at the teacher,s desk adds to the interest of required biology for sophomores. , ' - WYXLQSQM S .' 1 AUTOGRAPHS :lc ,LQ 155 1 A Hfkvrfaca f ML A i LL "WW" uhm ' A ,,Zy,m4,f-asf' JJLLQ CQMMGQ - .qxi-fwotd. u:r,g,fnfzz7,ff,M4-'rf A ' M ' wx if D51 M WWW ew wmv ,fa f A 1, 1' zur. - s ik. C'-'Mag sq U.:-Gfvei 52-Q ogxjww MM one Www M, eo, ,Mem www. M -ibm Sat , QW 1 Lfxbkx vklbgivk 16,3 9. QA.i3W'. i KJ-Qilfvvxia., otfqj r 3 N-LQ SQ gf XQQXUJQ -Q,lwk6L,LLyVk WL-Q Qvkm Jw Qv f do o we it W we WMM, n jim, Mew! lg,lfOo1ft,Qt,, -I- I QANUZATUONS Lana Grooms Vice-President Homme! Offdcefw lane Corcoran Treasurer F rank Iay Parliamen tarrian Bob McCaffree President nt 3 ar r 62 Sharon Stevens Secretary Mary Katherine Smith Historian Sherri Nelson Publicity Peporter qundamentally a student governing body, the Student Council offers all high school students the chance to share in their school government. Throughout the year, the council provides many courtesies. Football, basketball, and wrestling programs, schedule cards, and posters, as well as the student directories and student handbooks, all carry the label "Courtesy of Student Councilfi Other organization activities include concessions at all home sport events, after-game mixers, Whois Who and the All-Sports Banquet held in the spring. During the year, plans were made for a student store, and underwriting the payments on the new high school intercom system was taken up as a special project. A foreign student program was also discussed and planned. One of the highlights of the school year is the annual Career Day sponsored by the Student Council. On this day speakers from various vocations throughout the state are asked to speak to the high school students interested in their particular professions. Proving a bigger success each year, Career Day is beneficial to students, as well as to the school as a Whole. Rounding out the Student Council activities is the election of the student council officers and the Student Council Installation held in the spring. Row Row STUDENT COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVES 1: Frank lay, pm'!z'amcnzariczn,' Sherri Nelson, publicity reporter, Mary Kathryn Smith, historianj lane Corcoran, tre11:m'c'r,' Sharon Stevens, secretary, Lana Grooms, vice presidentj Bob McCaffree, president. 2: Kay Zuck, Ianet Mullendore, Cherie Sanders, Iudy Newman, Lou Phillips, Pat Determan, Mr. Thomas Lilly, sponsor. Row 3: Dana Cowan, Mac DeLozier, Sharon Davis, Nancy Lagrone, Patti Moore, Bill Gray. Row 4: Tom Berry, Mary DeLozier, Donna Peery, Ioan Wise, Kathleen Waterfall, Donna Norton, Polly Lester, lim Brinkerhoff. Not shown: Susan Fleming, Betsy Iones, Linda Ioyce, Kristine Nelson, Mike PoweQ,xBill Shull, Bill Smith and George Holman. T 'ii" ""' 'TTY' L- STUDENT COUNCIL ALTERNATES Row 1: Charles Moore, Lyndia Harris, Sandy McCory, Andrea Focht, Billie Lois Moore, Carolyn Pennington. Row 2: Bob Matheson, Steve lay, Karl Baumgartner, Ken Moore, Iane Leonard. Row 3: Sue Marlow, Deanna Powell, Karen Larson, George Holman, Edd Bellatti, Iudy Thorne, Iackie Hooper. One of the many activities of Student Council is to sell concessions at all home sport events. WGZZGWGPZGG ,,,,.,,, 4 Ie BM nm, . Ma 1- WW NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY OFFICERS Iim Springer, vice-preridenzj Pat Moore, president, Dana Cowan, secretary- treasurer. aghe main purpose of the National Honor Society is to give.due recognition to the students who have achieved high academic standing, and distinguished them- selves in the areas of leadership, character, and service. The membership of the Red Cross Chapter, Stillwater High sch0ol's local chapter, is composed of the upper ten per cent of the senior class. Prospective members' qualifica- tions are evaluated by the faculty, the faculty committee, and the principal. Approximately one half of the members are selected during the second semester of their junior year. This group is initiated in late spring, enabling them to make up the initiation team during their senior year. All organization officers for the following year are also chosen from this group. Additional seniors, initiated each fall, complete the membership quota. Membership in this organization is one of the highest honors a student can attain, for the National Honor Society is one of the few high school organizations in which a student can retain honorary membership after graduation. UVB WX YL NATIONAL Moria Q Sgcurv X .5 T- NATIONAL HONOR MEMBERS Row I: Iim Springer, Pat Moore, Dana Cowan, Mr. Ralph Gibson, sponsor. Row 2: Sue Marlow, Iane Corcoran, Iudy Cacy, Ieanie Crane, Sharon Stevens, Gay Crowder, Linda Parcher. Row 3: Gary Leonard, Linda Marlin, Sue Newell, Ronda Cooper, Carolyn Ham, Bob McCaffree, Bill Gray. Row 4: lan MacAlpine, Norman Adams, Bill Cox, Don McCroskey, lim Gray. Remaining Seniors who became eligible for National Honor membership in the fall of their Senior year were, front row: Linda Marlin, Iudy Cacy, Carolyn I-Iam, Gay Crowder, Linda Parcher, Iane Corcoran, back row: Ieanie Crane, Norman Adams, Don McCroskey, Linda Ioyce, Bill Cox, Bill Gray, and Susan Newell. NEW NATIONAL HONOR MEMBERS The National Honor Banquet was held in the spring, and provided food and fun for everyone. It was at this time that the old officers gave way to the new. "Oh, to be a kid againlv This thought was probably expressed more than once by National Honor members at their annual Christmas party. All members brought toys which, after being "tested'l, were rewrapped and presented to the Stillwater Mission to be distributed to needy children for Christmas, - ...,..,, Mm gg:-:nun-w Wamz l T STATE HONOR SOCIETY OFFICERS lim Gray, vice-pre.fidc'nt,' Linda Parcher, secrezaryg Ioe Iarvis treasurerj Dana Cowan, president. ecognizing honor students and encouraging scholarship are the two main purposes of the State Honor Society. Nominations for new members are based on the students' grades for two consecu- tive semesters. Final membership consists of the top ten per cent scholastically of each class. Selection of members is composed each year following the first semester. State Honor membership terminates after one year, with grades then being re-averaged to find the top ten per cent. Because of this method of selection it is a distinct honor for a student to be chosen for State Honor membership each year he is in high school. Among the organization's social activities for the year was an annual pot-luck sup per at which time new officers were elected and their installation banquet held in the spring. STATE HONOR MEMBERS Row 1: Ioe Iarvis, Dana Cowan, Iim Gray, Mrs. Virginia Webster, xponxor. Row 2: Linda Marlin, Helen Douglas, ludy Thorne, Susan Fleming, Ann Scherich, Ioicelyn McCulloh, Sue Harlan, Ginny Williams, Stefanie Swindle, Barbara Baumgartner, Lou Phillips, Cherie Sanders. Row 3: Gay Crowder, Delaine Iones, Susan Warren, Mary Dobson, Priscilla Washinka, Sharon Davis, Carol Garton, Ieannie Crane, Carol Burton, Sharon Stevens, Ioyce Maxwell, Mary Neva Schott, Susan Newell. Row 4: Susan Thomas, Gordon MacAlpir1e, Iohn Sowle, Ian MacAlpine, Iewell Ward, Dolores Shingleton, Mary Brooks, Faye Ann Price, Wilma Trompler, Robin Payne, Ronda Cooper. Row 5: Charles Leivo, Donald Bentley, Gordon Nelson, Gary Franklin, Gary Leonard, Iim Horn, Dennis Silvers, Mary DeLozier. Row 6: Ted Keeler, Richard Iarvis, Bob Baker, Pat Moore, Iim Ed Boothe, Karl Baumgartner. Row 7: Wayne Otsuki, Iim Springer, Bob McCaffree, Mac DeLozier, Mike Powell. Shown planning the first State Honor meeting of the year are Iim Springer, Miss Faye McWethy, sponsor, Sharon Davis, Miss Gladys Ingram, sponsor, Ioicelyn Mc- Culloh, and Ronda Cooper. dem MU ALPHA THETA OFFICERS Gary Leonard, pre.fz'derzt,' Ioicelyn McCulloh, secretary-zreasurcrj Ian MacAlpine, vice president. Q. v 24 ll ll- ilu- lll l Q l um I lull- umI1lll Qmu Alpha Theta, national high school and junior college math fraternity, was chartered locally in 1957 by Mr. Forrest Coltharp, mathematics instructor. At this time the membership consisted of twenty students, compared to this year's membership of fifty-four. The club itself is a combination of an honorary organization and an interesting ed- ucational club. Its purpose is to recognize outstanding work in math and to encourage further interest in the fields of math, engineering, and correlated subjects. Projects and activities for the year included speakers who discussed different areas of interest, initiation of new members, officer installation, discussions, and the annual club picnic. One highlight of the year was the Mu Alpha Theta Banquet held in the spring. Mu Alpha Theta membership is composed of students enrolled in Algebra Il or a higher form of mathematics and who have at least a HB-plus" average in math and "B" average in all other subjects. The presentation of the Homer Weeks Award, started in 1957, will be presented Class Night to the outstanding math student. Row Row Row Row Row Row Row Row MU ALPHA THETA MEMBERS Ian MacAlpine, Ioicelyn McCul1oh, Gary Leonard, Mr. Forrest Coltharp, sponsor. Sharon Davis, Ronda Cooper, Kittye Delle Robbins, Susan Warren, Mary Dob- son, Susan Fleming, Mary Wolfe, Helen Douglas, Carol Garton. Kathleen Howell, Lyndia Harris, Mary Foltz, Nancy Lagrone, Iewell Ward, Mac DeLozier, Susan Newell, Delores Shingleton, Carol Burton, Mary De- Lozier. Iudy Thorne, Ted Keeler, Mac Messenger, Glen Blakley, Charles Leivo, Don McCroskey, Gene Dorris, Don Vest. Robin Payne, Iohn Sowle, Gary Franklin, Sam Hamilton, Bill Griffiths, Iim Springer, Gene Hoyt, Bob Oursler, Steve Mills. Gordon Nelson, lim Boothe, lim Gray, Gary Metz, Tom Schlehuber, Ioe Iarvis, Mike Baumann, Larry Simpson, Stanley Kays, Wayne Otsuki, Bob McCaffree, Val Schott, Bob Baker, David Franklin, Pat Moore, Bill Gray. Bill Shull, Bill Walton. The annual Mu Alpha Theta initiation, held Decem- ber 15, took in thirty-two new members. 7l NATIONAL THESPIAN SOCIETY OFFICERS Iohn Sowle, president, Ioice- lyn McCulloh, .fecretaryg Steve Mills, treasurer, Dana Cowan, scribe. ecognition of outstanding accomplishments in speech activities, and improve- ment o the high school speech program, with emphasis on the dramatic arts, are the two main goals of the National Thespian Society, In September, 1957, the local drama club, Guild, was formally installed as Troope 1825 of the National Thespian Society. National inspection is made each spring of Na- tional Thespian's standards and accomplishments, Membership in Thespians is by the joint system, based on achievement. Projects for the year included a student-selected and student-directed play presented in March, a Halloween party, a Christmas party, attendance of the State Thespians Con- ference held in Lawton, March II, and the annual "Speech Banquet" in April. At this time the "Best Thespian Awardn was presented. The student receiving this award was honored with a picture of himself which will be hung in the speech room. Row 1: Mrs. Gladys Burris, .fponsorj Dana Cowan, Steve Mills, Ioicelyn McCulloh, Iohn Sowle. Row 2: Martha Swim, Melissa Cleveland, Ioyce Wolfe, Donna Hughes, Robin Payne, Diane Smith, Ann Scherich. Row 3: Mac DeLozier, Mac Messenger, Ken Moore, Mary DeLozicr. Cast and back-stage workers gather on stage after the play "The Murders of Miriamf' The play was student directed fButch Kratzj and the entire set, including flats, was made by students. This student production is an annual project of National Thespians. Vw DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION OFFICERS Deanna Powell, hirtoriang Lana Devine, cf1r1pla1'n,' Iill Clark, pa1'l1'anzf'ntzzr1'un, Donna Norton, treasurerj Sharon Gooch, pres1'a'enl,' Frank Friedemann, U1if6'-lDl'C'5l'- dentg Iudy Newman, xecrezaryg Darlene Bryan, reporter. rDistributive Education is a club composed of students sixteen years and over who are interested in various fields of business. Every student enrolled in Distributive Education as a high school subject automatically becomes a member of the Distributive Education club. One of the requirements of the club is that each member must have a job, there- fore Mr. Gus Friedemann, sponsor, carefully checks each students in order to find out for which job he is best suited. He continues checking throughout the year with the student, as well as with the student's employer. At the first of the year an initiation ceremony and banquet are held for the new members. Monthly breakfast club meetings are held at 6:45 a. m., when a special guest speaks to the members on something which he feels would benefit them in the field of business. Other activities include D. E. displays, the annual Parent-Employer-Employee ban- quet, Thanksgiving baskets and the state and national conventions. This year, for the first time, a D.E. Queen's Ball was held. lt was at this time that the D.E. Queen and her attendants were announced. .el DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION MEMBERS Row 1: Mr. Friedemann, .vponsorg Iudy Newman, Donna Norton, Jill Clark, Sharon Gooch, Deanna Powell, Darlene Bryan, Lana Devine, Frank Friedemann, Gordon Ham. Row 2: Kay Ward, Faye Huerta, Patsy Sumpter, Iudy Ventris, Mary Nell Parrott, Neoma Carmichael, Donna Sloan, Carol Burton, Becki Akin, Karen Horn- buckle. Row 3: Billie Moore, Glenda Allen, Anetta Mick, Sue Marlow, Betty Berry, Ianice Lile, Carolyn Pennington, Ieanie Crane, Irma Caldwell. Row 4: Iudy Mattox, Charlotte Best, Ianice Kroutil, Guy Broaddus, Lloyd Caldwell, Skip Palmer, Clarence Swartwood, Mary Kay Cooper, Sharon Cooke. Row 5: Russell Thurman, Clarence Bear, Tom Seeliger, Darrel Lee, Pat Casey, Ierry Hazelton, Lowell Carpenter, Robert Lynch, Ricky Grisham. Fun was had by all at the D.E. Christmas Breakfast held in the Mural Room at the Student Union "We're having a wonderful time." This phrase summed up the sentiments of most of the D.E. students when they attended the first D.E. Ball, held this year at the Elks Club. DS 'Zfcw cz Za!! 76 The main purpose of the D. E. Ball was to announce the 60-61 D.E. Queen and her attendants. This year's queen was Miss Iudy Newman. Her attendants were Miss Donna Norton and Miss Iill Clark. 71 Hlk +o" tl Q U 5 .f anal? I at 5 FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA OFFICERS Louise Henderson, vice-prexidentg Ieanie Crane, prcsidfntg Billie Moore, .fecreraryg Ianice Kroutil, historizmj Ann Caskey, lreasurerg Sharon Cook, parliamenmrian. Newly elected secretary, Carol Iardot, not pictured. "Toward New Horizonsn is the inspiring motto of the Future Homemakers of America Club. This motto is a true challenge to each F.H.A. member for it re- minds her that her contributions to home life today will influence the kind of home she will have tomorrow and thus influence the community and the world. Future Homemakers of America is a national or- ganization for girls studying homemaking in high school. Any student enrolled in high school, who is taking or has taken a homemaking course in junior or senior high school is eligible to become a member. The main goal of the club is to help individuals im- prove personal, family, and community living, now and in the future. Club activities for the year included the annual Thanksgiving baskets given to needy families, a trip to the State Rally at Oklahoma City, and the Parent- Daughtcr Banquet. F.H.A.'s were also busy when they served as hostesses for the Sub-District Rally in Septem- ber. An open invitation was also held at which time F.H.A. members provided all guests with an interesting tour of their new department. All members had good reason to be proud when their club president, Miss Ieanie Crane, was chosen as an Oklahoma Delegate to the National F.H.A. Con- vention held, in Washington D. C. during Iuly. This was truly a recognized honor for Ieanie as well as for the whole club. In observance of National Education Week, the Homemaking De- partment and their sponsor, Mrs. Marie Fleming, held a "come and gon coffee. Miss Sharon Cooke, home economics student, is shown serv- ing Mr. Carl Tilley principal, Dr. William D. Carr, superintendent, and Mrs. Ruben lay. T an-qi., Ieannie Crane, president of the local Future Homemak- ers of America chapter, pre- pares to leave for the Nation- al F.H.A. convention held in Washington, D. C. Row Row Row Row Row Row Row F.H.A. MEMBERS Mrs. Marie Fleming, fponsorg Louise Henderson, Billie Lois Moore, Ianice Kroutil, Ieannie Crane, Ann Caskey, Sharon Cooke. Susan Fleming, Calverene Stokes, Iudy Flood, Barbara Langley, Ann McKaskle. Karen White, Eileen Williard, Annetta Mick, Barbara Murray, Glenda Rob- bins, Iudy Mattox, Mary Dryden. Katy Reed, Helen Cole, Linda Marlin, Carol Iarclot, Carolyn Ham, Iudy Cacy, Ianelle Schroeder, Fanny Iohnson, Ianice Lyle. Karen I-limes, Barbara Houston, Irma Caldwell, Ann Cockrell, Patsy Caldwell, Wanda Hodge, Kay Langely, Linda Cacy. Kay Booker, Lyndia Harris, Charlotte Braswell, Gwen McGavock, Martha Swim, Cooky Moss, Ellen Shipman, Andrea Focht. Donna Manning, Marilyn McCroskey, Cynthia Collin, Lucretia Mize, Sharon Walters, Mary Neva Schott, Carol Nelson. 7aL'wze ?cnmew af ffm ' F.F.A. OFFICERS Front: Carl Hiner, vice presidenzg Gale Andrews, treasurerj Dan Mihura, re- porterg Iack Durham, president. Back: Ierry Williams, secretaryg Ierry Pendleton, sentinel. geighlight of the 1960-61 FFA year was the winning of the National Championship by the local livestock judging team. In order to qualify for this meet, held at Denver, Colorado, the team first had to rate highest in Oklahoma competition. Other local teams to receive honors during the year included the Dairy judging team, the Meat judging team, and the Parliamentary Procedure team. Individual honors of the year went to Ierry Pendleton who exhibited his female Ayrshire at both the Oklahoma State Fair and the Tulsa State Fair and received the Grand Champion rating. David Wehr, another outstanding member, also took Grand Champion honors with his Ayrshire at the Mid-South Fair, Memphis, Tennessee. Designed to improve the farming occupation in the United States, the club teaches its members more about agriculture through personal experiences and classroom instruc- tion. Each member is required to have a project which should help him. in his future life. 1754 T25 M -5, . ?' A U00 QXOOATIQW 9 Q f A I C gfiglwwfvf 3 J ' gg fy' .D 5 s' 7 :v C 70" v-if Wg cm'-.Ji1ofb j I g ,. F. F. A. MEMBERS Row I: Kenneth Baker, Dan Mihura, Ierry Pendleton, Ierry Williams, Gale Andrews, Carl Hiner, Iack Durham. Row 2: Kenneth McBride, Lee Dotter, Wayne Bullock, Dan Cockrell, Iakie Bradley, Tom Hiner. Row 3: Kenneth Schroeder, Iohn Cooley, lack Schroeder, Noel Woods, Lee Ray Craw- ford, Kenneth Morris. Row 4: Floyd Wheatly, Richard Swisher, Kenny Smith, Tommy Dishman, Charles Bear, Vern Heddleston. Row 5: Don Damron, VVayne Human, David Wehr, Bill Human, Lowell Carpenter. The F.F.A. Livestock Iudg- ing team, composed of Iakie Bradley, Kenneth Schroeder, Iack Schroeder, and Ierry Williams, is shown with their proud sponsor, Mr. Iames K. Baker. 8 I crime af mmdccz FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA OFFICERS Priscilla Washinka, presidentg George Holman, vice prcxidenzg Mary Beth Grant, recrczaryg Mary Nell Parrott, treasurerj Susan Fleming, parl1k1mentariun,' Donna Ghe main purpose of the Future Teachers of America Club is to help inform interested students about the teaching profession, and to bring to its members a greater understanding of the value of education in our American society. Norton, historian. F .T.A. members were busy throughout the school year with many interesting pro- jects: selling blue and gold homecoming ribbons, participating in National Education Week, sponsoring after-game mixers, taking clothes to a needy family on Thanksgiving Day, and cadet teaching which offers each F.T.A. member the opportunity to observe and teach his chosen field. Club meetings, held on the first and second Monday of every month included panel discussions, educational films, and speakers from various fields of the teaching profes- sion, and proved interesting as well as entertaining. A definite credit to the F.T.A. club this year was Mary Nell Parrott who served as O.S.E.A.-F.T.A. historian. This is an honor that not many F.T.A. clubs receive. F.T.A. members also attended and enjoyed teachers' meetings in Oklahoma City, and in the spring hosted the State F.T.A. Convention held in Stillwater. K ,555 Row 1' Row 2' Row 3' Row 4 Row 5 Row 6: F.T.A. MEMBERS Mr. Martin, sponrorg Donna Norton, Priscilla Washinka, Mary Beth Grant, Mary Nell Parrott. Barbara Felkins, Mary Margaret Gage, Lou Phillips, Iudy Ventris, Rhonda Tucker, Pam Miller, Lana Grooms, Sue Marlow, Betty Berry, Ioyce Wolfe, Cherie Sanders, Karen Larson, Linda Glover, Linda McCollum, Betty Gail Sewell, Sue Smith. Ioan Wise, Nancy Lagrone, Sidney Hume, Diane Malle, Ianet Mullendore, Donna Hughes, Mary Katherine Smith, Nan Corcoran, Deanna Powell, Carol Noonan, Carol Burton, Barbara Hartley, Darlene Bryan, Sally Hueston, Nancy Bratcher, Sharon Stevens, lane Corcoran, Patsy Sumpter. Sally Greiner, Ian Boggs, Becky Bernard, Wilma Trompler, Barbara Wilson, Kay Booker, Melissa Cleveland, Sharon Davis, Mary DeLozier, Dana Cowan, Sherri Nelson, Patti VVakelee, Donna Perry, Iody Chesbro, Sharon Atkins, lane Leonard, Mary Ann Abbott, Lana Devine, Mary lane Russell. Carol Cooper, Marilyn Smith, Mary Ellen Stewart, Rita Colassaco, Kitty D. Robbins, Kathleen Howell, Sue Newell, Carol Parch- er, Gay Crowder, Linda Parcher, Kathleen Martin, Barbara Whatley, Katy Reed, Polly Lester, Ginger Durham, Kay Zuck. Mac Messenger, Iohn Chapman, Gene Hoyt, Mac DeLozier, Ioe Cannaday, Rob bert Lynch, Gene Reding, Pat Foster, Der- rill Smith, Tom Kinnick, Karl Baumgart- ner, Pat Casey, Mickey Graham, Dwight Nance, Iohn Moody. F.T.A.ers, Priscilla Washinka, Nan Corcoran, and Mac DeLoZier, are shown as they prepared to take clothes to a needy family. This was an F.T.A. project. Mary Nell Parrott was "busy as a bee" throughout the school year carrying out her office as state FTA historian. A "Root Beer Bustn provided lively entertainment for the first FTA meeting of the year aaa ? ii PEP CLUB OFFICERS Iudy Newman, .vecrezaryg Pam Miller, pres-identj Mary Margaret Gage, social chairmang Betty Gail Sewell, treasurer, Iill Clark, vice-president. P O, FIGHT, WIN, are the key words used by the Stillwater High School Pep Club w en urging the Pioneers on to victory. Whether it is football, basketball, or wrest- ling, the pep club is always there to convey spirit and enthusiasm to the athletes as well as to the students. Truly a vital asset to Stillwater High School, the Pep Club's goal is to promote the strongest school spirit possible throughout every phase of sports. The Pep Club consists of approximately one hundred members. The only require- ments made of a pep club girl are that she purchase a uniform consisting of a royal blue sweater and skirt and pay her dues of 50 cents a semester. This year's pep club activities got off to a good start when all members pitched in to help with the "Kick-off" breakfast sponsored by the Quarterback's Club to promote the sale of football tickets. Other activities included: making victory signs, sponsoring an after-game mixer and game concessions, decorating goal posts, organizing pep skits, and helping with the Homecoming festivities at which time they took up a collection for the Oklahoma Med- ical Research Foundation. It can truthfully be stated that no other group does more to maintain school spirit at all times than the Stillwater High School Pep Club. A Mimi' p,Q.,LW , ii, Q Wv, N 4 K VK' 1 ,J ' I 5' H31 U X 5' K' If , E 'img 5 WW M Shing? 4 X K .. xijyjb V7 :E V 4 l N m i i f 'Q 3 xi w W 1 Q i A jfs W 'fy' Victory signs of all sizes and shapes were CZ?-fx seen throughout the halls of S.H.S. during Cf-gi.. the school year. C? Row 4: Sue Marlow, Iudy Ventris, Lou Phillips, Mary Katherine Smith, Donna Hughes, Carol Ann Huls, Carol Burton, Carol Nelson, Martha Swim, Virginia Firebaugh, Iudy Stebler, Sharon Easter, Lina Brock, Mary Ellen Stewart, Marilyn Smith, Eileen Willard. Row 5: Delaine Iones, Claire Garnier, Carol Garton, Iudy Mattox, Ruth Shipman, Vicky Herrick, Charlotte Foster, Anne Nettleton, LaDonna Raegan, Kara Lynn Kinnick, Polly Lester, Maria Celarier. Row 6' Kay Zuck, Mary Neva Schott, Sally Greiner, Sharon Davis, Carol Cooper, Barbara Baurngartner, Sandra Himes, Priscilla VVashinka, Charlotte Casey, Sharon Fisher, Melissa Cleveland, Ian Boggs, Louise Henderson, Lana Grooms. Row 7' Lana Devine, Iody Chesbro, Donna Perry, Kathleen Waterfall, Ioan Wise, Nancy Bratcher, Karen Colclasure, Linda Hoffman, Gwen McGavock, Nancy Lagrone, Lyndia Harris, Kay Booker, Sherri Nelson, Sharon Stevens, Rita 1:37 PEP is the key word in the lives of Stillwaterls five high school cheerleaders- front: Linda Ioyce, seniorg and Rhonda Tucker, seniorg back: Sue Smith, juniorg Mary Nell Parrott, juniorg and Betsy Iones, junior. UYEAAAAAAAA . . . PIONEERS,', was heard more than once during the school year as they enthusiastically lead the students in cries for VICTORY! . Z l Dj 740664664 Front: Ioicelyn McCulloh, przrliamenmrianj back: Gary Leonard, 1!fC6-P7651-dC7lZ,' Gary Franklin, presi- dent, Iohn Sowle, secretary-treasurer. ,Stillwater High School's Future Scientists of America club is now in its sixth year of existence. Founded in 1955 by a small group of students and two teachers, it has grown rapidly until it now boasts one of the largest memberships of any high school club. The purpose of the science club involves three major goals: to promote science, scientific thinking and scholarship. Meetings, which include research projects, field trips, speakers, and other interesting programs, are held on the first and third Tuesdays of each month. Other club activities include an- nual field trips made to the Radioisotope Lab, and to see the atomic reactor at Oklahoma State University. Also each year several of the club members have entered the science fair at Nor- man and have taken honors many times. Row Row Row l FUTURE SCIENTISTS OF AMERICA MEMBERS Mr. Russell Martin, .fponsorg Gary Leonard, Gary Franklin, Iohn Sowle, Ioice- lyn McCulloh, Mrs. lane Pulley, sponsor. Roger Holiman, Charles Escue, Kittye Robbins, Freida Bradsher, Ronda Coop- er, Diane Smith, Ioyce Maxwell, Mac DeLozier, Carla Dinsmore, Ioan Roth, Robin Payne. Conn Berkenbile, Bob Oursler, Iewell Ward, Paul Mooney, Iim Ed Boothe, Wayne Otsuki, Bill Walton, Roger Walters, Pat Moore. Row Melvin Young, Bob Baker, Bob Sirny, Ross Hall, Sue Newell, Bill Shull, Mary DeLozier, Mary Dobson, Don Cockrell. ' Row David Franklin, Norman Adams, Bill Cox, Gary Metz, Steve Mills, Bill Grif- fith, Sam Hamilton, Ray Davidson, Don Dobson. Karl Baumgartner, vice-presidentg Pat Moore, trearurerf Derrill Smith, presidenzg Charles Moore, secretary. ff li -S Club, the high school lettermen's club, is sponsored by the athletic coaches of the high school. Annual dues of 34.50 provide for the operating expenses, help to buy letter jackets and also finance a yearly "S" Club trip. The club meets once a month and officers for the coming year are elected at the last meeting of the school term. To be eligible for "S" Club membership, a boy must either letter "A" team in junior high or high school. He then must go through a rigorous week of initiation, during which time he is known to all members as a "Scurve." If he successfully completes the final initiation, he is a full fledged member of the Lettermen's Club. In the fall, the club chooses their "S" Club Queen who reigns over all sports: foot- ball, basketball, baseball, wrestling, cross country and track. She is crowned during the halftime ceremonies of the homecoming football game by one of the club officers. If any boy on any high school team receives the honor of All-State she will be a candidatd for All-State queen. Other "S" Club activities for the year included the selling of Pioneer sweatshirts, T-shirts, etc. and the annual "Sn Club trip and picnic. Row Row Row Row Row Row Row Row Row Row Row Row "S" CLUB MEMBERS Coach Tom Turvey, sponsor, Karl Baumgartner, Derrill Smith, Charlie Moore, Pat Moore. Bill Arnold, Pat Foster, Bill Walton, Max Stites, Bruce Gray, Mickey Upton, Mike Reding, Dan Mihura, Tom Schlehuber. Tom Iohnson, Kenny McBride, Gail Andrews, Iohn Chapman, Bill Gray, Gary Westmoreland, Bob McCaffree, Robert Lynch, Ierry Williams. Ioe Cannaday, Tom Curd, Glenn Blakley, Darryl Bilyeu, Paul Mooney, lim Springer, George Hol- man, Ierald Nickels, Tim Stebler, Mac DeLozier, Iim Taylor, Kenny Rhea, Donny Iohnson, Larry Wilsey, Iim Horn, Ross Hall, Steve Iay, Mac Mes- senger, Don McCroskey, Gene Hoyt, Larry Bellatti. Bob Sirny, Bill Mattox, Max Speegle, Jerry Caldwell, Gary LaFrance, Val Schott, Barry Epperley. Mike Wadsworth, Dean Pricer, Eddie Angus, Chip Myers, Bill Ewens, Iay Beltz, Don Bentley, Sam Ernest. Vandy McCory, Mike Bauman, Walter Adams, Tim Cole, Bob Hert, Boots Kelly, Tom Kinnick. "S" CLUB SENIORS Derrill Smith, Karl Baumgartner, Charlie Moore, Pat Moore. Pat Foster, Bill Walton, Max Stites, Bruce Gray, Tom Iohnson, Tom Kinnick, Bob McCaffree, Tom Schlehuber. Tim Stebler, Kenny McBride, Gail Andrews, Darryl Bilyeu, Bill Arnold, Gary Westmoreland, George Holman, Boy Lynch, lim Springer. Bill Gray, Ioe Cannaday, Iohn Chapman, Carl Hiner, Paul Mooney, Mac Messenger, Ierald Nickels, Gene Hoyt, Don McCroskey. HI-Y OFFICERS Front: Mac DeLozier, secremryp Roger Walters, trea.furer,' Bill Gray, prefi- dentg back: Frank Iay, chaplairzg Iim Springer, hislorianj Max Stites, vice- president. We-2 Cy-ei-Y, sponsored by the Young Men's Christian Association, is open to any boy in high school, and warmly welcomes any student who will accept its purpose and is willing to work to carry it out as a member. Hi-Y's ur se is "to create, maintain and extend hi h standards of Christian livin P P0 , . W 1 g throu hout the school home and communit . Its code is "clean s eech s rtsmanshi , g U , D 2 , Y P , P0 P scholarship and l1v1ng.' Activities for the year included attending the Youth and Government Convention held in Oklahoma City, delivering Christmas food baskets, the annual Hi-Y trip, and Pre-Legislative Session at O.S.U. A Hi-Y dance, hayrack ride, and the club's basketball team all contributed to another fun-filled Hi-Y year. Row Row Row Row Row HI-Y MEMBERS Iim Springer, Max Stites, Bill Gray, Mac DeLozier, Roger Walters, Frank lay, Mr. Iames Kelly, sponsor. Allen Mitchell, Pat Foster, Ioe Cannaday, Pat Casey, Charlie Moore, Mickey Graham, Iim Ed Boothe, Roger Holiman, Kenneth McBride, Bob Lynch, Gale Andrews, Ioe Bowles, Bill Cox, Gene Hoyt, Bill Walton, Bob McCaffree. Larry Bellatti, Randy Muncaster, Val Schott, Dwight Nance, Ieff Collins, Vandy McCofry, Ioe Iarvis, David Pryor, Gary Leonard. .. Kenny Elder, lim Taylor, Mike Baumann, Bob Hert, Ierry Hazleton, Paul Mooney, Kenny Rhea, Bill Ewens, Larry Simpson. Selling candy was only one of the many Hi-Y projects this year. I' "' " 7TW" T '7T' ' ' T" 94 GIRLS RECREATION ASSOCIATION OFFICERS Front: Sharon Stevens, presidentg Sharon Cottongim, historian, Mary Ann Abbott point chairman, Iody Chesbro, head of .fportsj back: Lina Brock, secretaryg Priscilla Wai shinka, social chairmang Sharon Gooch, vice-pre.vident,' Rita Colasacco, publicity reporter, not included in the picture, Nan Corcoran, treasurer. 0 ' E 0 0 0 Stillwater High school G.R.A. is a recognized member of the Oklahoma Girls Recreation Association. This organization is open to any girl who has earned 150 points by participating and playing ten games of any five different sports. Some of the individual sports which enable a girl to earn her points are badminton, table tennis, track, archery, trampoline, and dancing. Team sports include speed-ball, volley-ball, basketball, and softball. When a girl has earned 250 points she receives her school letter, and upon earning a total of 400 points, receives the state award. The main purpose of the Girls Recreation Association is to promote physical ac- tivity for high school girls. Each year the Oklahoma G.R.A. sponsors a leadership camp to which two girls from each school are invited. The Kiwanis Club and B.8:P.W, Club sponsor the Still- water representatives every year. Attending state camp gives the girls a chance to en- counter new experiences and to get acquainted with many girls from all parts of Okla- homa. Club activities for the year included a turkey raffle and bake sale, and the annual Christmas party, planned and enjoyed by all. Climaxing the year's activities was a hay- rack ride held in the spring. I ,, ,,,, 4... Tumbling is one of the many sports which provide fun and exercise for G.R.A. members. GIRLS RECREATION ASSOCIATION MEMBERS Row 1: Iody Chesbro, Lina Brock, Mary Ann Abbott, Sharon Stevens, Rita Colasacco Priscilla Washinka, Sharon Gooch, Sharen Cottongim. Row 2: Carol Cooper, Kay Booker, Donna Peery, Carol Noonan, Karen Colclasure. Row 3: Sharon Easter, lane Wright, Diane Malle, Melissa Cleveland, Kathleen Water- fall, Gwin McGavock. Row 5: Nancy Lagrone, Carol Burton, Iane Corcoran, Sharon Fisher, Ioan Wise. 95 .fa 775444644 LA MUSICA OFFICERS Iewell Ward, presidcntj Wayne Otsuki, vice-presidentj Linda Marlin, secre- taryg Marilyn Smith, treasurer. La Musica, a member of the Iunior Division of the Oklahoma Federation of Music Clubs, is composed of a group of high school students who are interested in work- ing with other musicians and are anxious to learn more about the different types of music, the men who compose them, and music education in general. Used as themes for each monthly meeting are such items as different phases of music, interesting composers and other related subjects. By participating in these vari- ous programs and projects, a La Musica member finds himself developing his own par- ticular musical interest. To further their music education two La Musica members receive fifty-dollar schol- arships from the St. Cecilia music club each year. LA MUSICA MEMBERS Row 1: Wayne Otsuki, Linda Marlin, Iewell Wardg Marilyn Smith. Row 2: Faye Ann Price, Helen Cole, Katy Reed, Ginger Durham, Mary Brooks. Row 3: Paul Mooney, Ian MacAlpine, Wayne Bullock, Raymond Ely, Kerry Lawson Row 4: Allen Mitchell, Iohn Diggs, Iohn Shideler. You say this is the way to hold a bass fidclle??? 97 PARAMEDICAL OFFICERS Row 1: Nicki Whitely, vice-presh dentg Iudith Ritter, presi- dent, Iuanita Lamb, histor- ian. Row 2: Delores Shingleton, zreas- 1 urcrj Mary Wolfe, secre- W tary, ZND SEMESTER OFFICERS Becky Doss, president: Steve A Mills, vice presidentg CNot pic- X turedj. Rest of officer: remain the .fame as listed above. mam ' CGM main purpose of Paramedical Club is to stimulate and develop the interest of students who feel that their careers lie in one of the many fields of medicine. Its service projects include a regular program of service to the municipal hospital. Activities of the club include two field trips, one to the Oklahoma School of Medi- cine, University of Oklahoma, and the other to St. Anthony's Nursing School in Okla- homa City. The club, which is nationally chartered, is cosponsored by Mrs. Tom Turvey, school nurse, and Mrs. Gene McMurtry, biology teacher and student counselor. PARAMEDICAL MEMBERS Row I: Iudith Ritter, Nicki Whitely, Mary Wolfe, De- lores Shingleton, Iuanita Lamb, sponsor, Mrs. Mc- Murtry. Row 2: Steve Mills, Virginia Swanson, Ma ry Hock, Ieffery Short, Ioy Fringer, Charles Escuc. -I- E N V UNDUSTLEQMXL ARTS This machine woodwork class watches as their instructor, Mr. Shingle- ton, works a surfacing machine. Gm-achine woodwork has been one of the most popular subjects offered to the students of Stillwater High School for many years. A subject that takes much work and an ability to use your hands, woodworking rewards students quite well with projects that they know they have created and that will last for years. The projects that the students turn out are of a quality that is far above average and is sometimes equal to the furniture in many furniture stores, As a first project they are required to make a cedar chest but for their next three projects are allowed to build anything that they wish. Projects besides cedar chests range from tie racks to desks, beds, and tables of all kinds. Besides learning to build projects, shop students also learn the different types of wood and to evaluate their quality. They also learn the prices of wood and how to use every type of machine that is available to them in shop. The instructor for this class is Willard Shingleton. Two students listen as they are instructed on the building of a cedar chest. Lyle Trompler looks on as Gary LaFrance surfaces his lum- ber for the building of a project. Darryl Bilyeu studies the workmanship of one of the many fine projects. Lyle Trompler puts the finishing touches to one of the pro- jects which he has made in Production Shop. 77fzaduoz!6on rProduction shop is a subject in which students, by using machine and hand tools, build needed equip- ment for the high school and other schools in Stillwater. Students in the past have built such things as desks for teachers and students, chairs, cabinets, shelves, etc. This year they have built such projects for the school as the showcase in the school li- brary, bulletin boards for many classes, tray racks for the lunch room and desks for Washington school. They also helped in lining out the school parking lot. Most students who enroll in pro- duction shop have had at least a year of hand woodwork and a year of machine woodwork. They must know something of the different types of wood and must be able to handle machine and hand tools. The instructor for this subject is Willard Shingleton. lOl GMM Que section of the Industrial Arts program is Welding. The first part of the year the students are acquainted with the basic funda- mentals, and the two types of weld- ing, oxygen and acetylene. After mastering the art of weld- ing, students start useful projects that the Stillwater schools can use. Welding is extremely popular with the students who are either majoring or minoring in Industrial Arts. The welding instructor is Mr. Charles I-Ietrick. I02 Instructor, Mr. Hetrick, looks on as one of his students work on a project. Students such as these learn to use their equipment accurately and effectively. we . l l Tom Kinnick turns knobs and pulls levers so that he may begin his work. ?Zue,m6w1! e ' 'Wm Pat Moore studies his drawing as a student instructor looks on. Mr. Shingleton explains certain phases of blueprint reading as students listen closely. Tlueprint reading is one of the many shop courses taught at C. E. Donart High School. For boys planning on a career in Architectur- al Engineering, heating and refrig- erating systems, drafting, machine design and a great number of simi- lar fields, this interesting course is a must. By drawing their own blueprints, the boys learn the fine details of a blueprint. For instance they learn the difference between a box cornice and an open cornice. Different brick designs, fireplace details, and wiring symbols are also among the many plates drawn by the students. After the plate has been drawn on paper, a tracing is made on thin white tracing paper. The tracings are then passed through a machine which makes the blueprints. By the end of the year, the student has a book of his own blueprints. This class is taught by Mr. Willard Shingleton. This mechanical drawing class seems to be studying intently upon their work. mica! Um ' echanical drawing, one of the several industrial arts courses offered by Stillwater High School, is a must for students intending to enter such fields as drafting, engineering, architecture, etc. In the first year class the beginning student first learns the fundamental teachings of using the drawing apparatus. After these have been mastered, the studenf then applies his knowledge by drawing different views of various objects pertaining to industrial arts. In the second year class the same type work is carried on to more advanced stages. Besides the educational value of the course, an added advantage is also offered in Mechanical Drawing I and II. This year marks the first time that the student is supplied with all major drafting materials, which usually cost a great deal. He only has to purchase pencils, paper, and other incidental items. The instructor of the three mechanical drawing classes, Charles Herrick, is now in his second year with the industrial arts section of Stillwater High School. Charles Hetrick, the junior mem- ber of the industrial arts team, is a relative newcomer to the Still- water school system, arriving from Blackwell three years ago. Upon his arrival, he began teaching Ok- lahoma history and civics. Last year he made the transition to the industrial arts department, where he teaches three hours of mechani- cal drawing and two hours of welding. During his three years in Stillwater, he has been the head coach of the top-rated Pioneer wrestling squad. Charles Hetrick l O4 Willard Shingleton, the depart- ment head of the industrial arts section, has been with Stillwater High School for twenty-three years. During this time he has done a fine job supervising students in the methods used in the various divis- ions of industrial arts. This year he is teaching two hours of machine woodwork, two hours of produc- tion shop, and one hour of blue- print reading. Mr. Shingleton is considered by his students as one of the most popular teachers in school. Willard Shingleton X 0 fl X V FUNE ALPWS Mr Richard Howard head of the high school Art department was busy throughout the year with his total enrollment of 69. 1411: Festival at Edmond, for a vocational aid Students admire a mosaic, which was a semester project. geigh school students taking art are divided into three classes with two classes for second year stu dents and one for flrst year students During the year the art department as a whole made three trips. These trips included attending the Young Talent Exhibition of I-hgh School Art at the University of Gklahoma 1n Norman the Oklahoma Museum of Art in Oklahoma City and the State Art The primary goal of Art I students is to learn the basic everyday art principles and their use in everyday life-color in clothing and in the home Art II students strive to further develop their knowledge of art princlples as a leisure pasume or Ti? N ..W....,,,,,, eg 5,,y-15,4 .V 'J , F-4 X Advanced art students are working on projects of their own choice Students work confidently, designing patterns for their mosiacs. 3 A W ha fi f i"'f""""lf b sem, t s. i t H G P -TN-f:'t YWIL5 ' ,' fl Ei -1211110200 5 os CGhe Stillwater High school band under the leadership of Kenneth Rhea has finished one of its most successful years. This group has presented several concerts locally and has competed in several contests in the state, receiving high honors in all. Under the baton of Paul Mooney, the marching band has helped to raise the school spirit by performing at all the football games, in parades, and in civic events. The band also provides a pep band for all pep assem- blies, which adds to their success. The annual "Tag Day," held in December, is the principal money raising project of the year. The money raised is used to buy necessary equipment and music for the band. For the first time this year, the band sponsored a basketball game betwen the Senior and Iunior high school faculties. This money was used to finance a trip in the spring. The main social highlights for the band are a Christmas dance and a hamburger fry in early March. Sharen Cottongim, secretaryg Wayne Otsuki, vice presidenlg Sharon Gooch, treasurer, Allen Mitchell, president. IO8 BASSOON CORNETS CLARINETS Ian McAlpine Linda Marlin Charlotte Braswell Leanita Shelby Wilma Trompler Ann Caskey Melvin Young Darlene Bryan Barbara Felkins Maxine McA1ister FLUTES Iewell Ward Mary Brooks Ann Bowles Delores Shingleton Karen Larson Mary Wolfe Helen Cole Tom Thompson Katy Reed ASSISTANT DRUM MAJCR AND MAJORETTES Ioyce Wolfe, Sharon Gooch, Iewell Ward and Frank Friede- mann. Cherie Sanders ALTO CLARINET Lonny Donaldson BASS CLARINETS Sharen Cottongim Sharon Gooch ALTO SAXOPHONES Ioyce Wolfe Glen Mitchell Mary Beth Grant TENOR SAXOPHONE Frank Friedemann BARITONE SAXOPHONE Raymond Ely Don Scott Wayne Otsuki Paul Mooney Larry Simpson Fred Robbins Wesley Wood Mark Thompson lim Ed Boothe Dewell Turner Frankie Rhemy Allan Murphy momaomes FRENCH HOURNS Allen Mitchell Margaret McCullaugh Monica Terrill Iohn Diggs Iim Solick Loren Dale Wilson Mark Grimsley George Newell Raymond Davidson Barry .Ross Edward Cook BAND LIBRARIANS Ann Bowles, Dolores Shmgleton Mary Wolfe BARITONES Kenny Rhea Davey Fisher BASSES Wayne Bullock Roger Walters Robert Nelson PERCUSSION Sally Hueston Iohn Shideler Claude Greene Kay Lawson Lois Deis Ioel Lind Pat Mills Lyle Trompler L' Uzedeahcz Ghis year three members of the concert orchestra entered and were selected to play in the All-State Orchestra. These were Monica Terrill, Ioan Schroeder, and Ronda Cooper. Under the direction of Kenneth Rhea the orchestra presented a Christmas program which was performed prior to the holiday season for the student body and also for the students of the Garber High school. Individual groups went to Tonkawa for the district contests. These were some of the highlights of the year's events, FIRST VIOLINS Monica Terrill Ioan Schroeder Ann Scherich Sue Harlan Eddie Iones Ioan Wise Allen Mitchell Ronda Cooper Neil Gladstone SECOND VIOLINS Phyllis Lininger Lanney Fuller Beverly Cronk Pat Mills Nancy Irwin Ieanne Henderson Ieanne Holbrook Nancy Albritton Marjory Drum Kathleen Musgrave Carolyn Hurst VIOLAS Sue Newell Iohn Walkup CELLOS Barbara Baumgartner Patty Moore Glen Mitchell BASS VIOLINS Ian MacAIpine Iames Doss Gordy MacAlpine CLARI NETS Linda Marlin Leanita Shelby BASS CLARINET Sharen Cottongim FLUTES Iewell Ward Mary Brooks Delores Shingleton BASSOON Cherie Sanders CORNETS Raymond Ely Don Scott Wayne Otsuki Paul Mooney FRENCH HORNS Margaret McCullaugh Iohn Diggs TROMBONES Loren Dale Wilson George Newell PERCUSSION Iohn Shideler Lyle Trompler Ioel Lynd Claude Green Sally Hueston ORCHESTRA OFFICERS Patty Moore, secrelaryg Ioan Scl' roeder, lz'brarian,' Monica Terril pre.f1'dc'nz,' Ioan Wise, vice preridenz Ann Scherich, libarian. IIO Zlcwaea he aim of the Speech program is the development of each individual student in his speaking skills. It begins with a diagnosis of his needs and abilities through the use of the tape recorder and daily evaluation by class and teacher, simultaneous with a study of voice and diction. Through experience in extemporaneous speaking, interviews, panels, debate, inter- pretative reading, parliamentary procedure, pantomime, creative skits, and plays he ac- quires knowledge of the correct forms, poise and experience in appearing before a group. Valuable experience comes through our Entertainment and Speakers' Bureau which provides both community and school programs. The year's climax is a Speech Banquet, with parents as guests, at which students preside, present the program, and receive awards for outstanding work. First hour Speech class rehearsing a fun-filled class project, an original "take-off" on a well-known western TV program. Second hour class in work groups planning office scenes, business interviews, and engaged Speech II class in group rehearsals of play- in self-evaluation with the recorder. cuttings for "in-the-round" experimental acting Wana! M5466 Lana Rae Grooms has been an out- standing vocal music student throughout high school. She is a fine all around mus- ican and an excellent pianist. She has been selected as a member of All-State chorus for the past two years. Lana sang first alto in the girls' quartet for two years. Lana is one of the most popular vocalists in the state in the popular field. cDuring the year the Stillwater High School's Vocal Music Department has pre- pared and performed many programs for the school and community under the direction of Glenn Epperley. They have participated in many contests throughout the state and had eight mem- bers qualify for the All-State Chorus. In presenting assemblies this year, the vocal department has worked with the in- strumental department to bring us inspiring and enjoyable assemblies, at Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Easter. The annual musical variety show was presented in March by the department. ALL-STATE CHORUS Representing Stillwater in the All-State Chorus Festival are Lana Grooms, Ginger Durham, Gay Crowder, Cherie Sanders, Iim Gray, Butch Wilson, and Frank Friedemann. Not pictured is Shirley Mc- Donald. IIZ m-'Q'-FN' 'bv Q' , mfiyyz eva, a. Q '59 Or., was if ' K I fifty figs ff g E 5 , ' bu gf 9+ Q' ' Q'f 53 'ff vsp' f W7 Yi T "U Vit, ML ., , ty' 1 isa' 135, 84+ fiby mtg? New 1 1 , A M 1-Mg? - , QP' 'Waals Q- V Iggy ' mg ., 'Wi mia is mf ': jr -: . I ' 72' Q- ' Z1 W- ff Q., Magi 4 5' X ,. . ., . ,,., ,W N if I mx ,Q 3 4' aj 1253 i ' F , if ig, if N f-"Nm '7'm"'2V Front row: Ianet Mullendore, Gay Crowder, Louise Henderson. -4fQ'q,. 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I1 CII Director: G1 G GIRLS' QUARTET Cherie Sanders, Sharon Stevens, Mary Beth Grant, Shirley Mc- Donald. BOYS' QUARTET Frank Friedemann, Barry Epperley, Gale Andrew, lim Gray. W if Qigfsifff Wwwjvww A Qifggpwgfwcm lwjwa' WwWWwX 6Di w iff-9? .mX'wfw0yM!'0?,?,bQfWf?uMW06x W Q if W A w . 0' 1 1 ' W W M 5 W WQi?fw We QSM Zzfwffnm Visitors go sight-seeing after attending the dedication of the new school. LIFE K'School Life," which is made up of both our academic and social activities, is es- pecially exciting in our new school. When we met together for pre-enrollment late last August, we found ourselves as "Pioneers" in an ultra-modern way. We soon learned we had not only a new building and a few new teachers, but a new "floating'l classroom schedule. Instead of the usual 55 minutes each class had been prolonged to 70 minutes, yet every day one class just floats away. Stillwater High students are very proud to be a part of the new C. E. Donart High structure. Sunlight streams in from glass-panelled walls, while the walls also divide into two convenient little conference and study rooms between the ultra-modren class rooms and library. Even though we missed our old auditorium and regular assembly programs, we had fun adjusting ourselves to a combination auditorium-gymnasium, which was especially good for sports. In the years to come C. E. Donart High School will do many good things for its students and in return the students will be a credit to their school. It's like this kids-one period a day floats away. ,:,wdi6.L'Uk 4 ,LU My Ai! wilgw, 4M'5,1Q4ffi M1 ' his ,. QQW- ,zfrfigw ww , A home to be proud of! ,,,,.-Q W. ,WN-I M fx wwf-aw H W' ,www wan +41-M 'A K . W,,,..,wN www Qs' -. Ui 6, ff' if 'X X 9 gf Q If 13? A ww .. 5 x 'IQ wmfw wmwm . 'J,,.,..- 1 ,,a.-f-""" ' 4 4' Nuo 5 'ilgunlll' Caught off duty. The new study rooms have proved to be very useful to S.H.S. students. Now really, Mr. Rhea! If you want to bury Perry-get back down to earth, girls. game Homecoming, 1960 You make the basketg we'll mike the It was a great game, coach noise! Enthusiasm runs high on homecoming night. Presenting the 1961 D. E. queen, Miss Iudy Newman, and her lovely attendants, Miss Iill Clark and Miss Donna Norton, Music and dancing played an important role at the D.E. Queen's Ball, which was held for the first time this year. Reigning as the 1960-61 band queen is Miss Sharen Cottongim. Her attendnts are Linda Marlin and Helen Schatz Cole. 'Sr Miss Cottongim was crowned by Paul Mooney, drum major, during the half-time ceremonies of the Stillwater vs. Blackwell football game. All for Stillwater stand up and holler. !,.M,2S-ff V Hurry, Lynch, here comes Gibson! ss and he should be six feet tall, blonde and blue- eyed Mrs. Taylorls Typing I classes prove to be very in- teresting and practical to S.H.S. students. "Well, class did I ever tell you about the time . . ." is a familiar phrase in Mrs. Mur- phy's English classes. Speech I students in Mrs. Burris' class work together on skits and speeches. Presenting the 1960- 1961 Pioneer Queen, Miss Linda Parcher, and her royal court. Leading the fir st dance of the evening were the Pioneer Queen candidates. Flowers play an im- portant part in the coronation of the Pio neer Queen. At the Pioneer Frolie, students dance, talk, ad- mire each other,s dress- es, predict the winner of the queen election, and last of all await the arrival of class royalties. Whether they sit, dance or play the juke box, all students seem to enjoy the Pioneer Frolic. S.H.S. students cast their votes for their fav- orite candidate for Pio- neer Queen. All students work hard in Mrs. Pulley's chemistry classes. Thisisa..... This year the new school cafeteria has a wide variety of many wholesome foods Mr. Friedemann's D.E. classes learn many interesting ways on how to approach the customer. madrush! Everyone looks as though he is working hard in Mr. Loper's 9:00 study hall. Left: "Your attention pleasef, was echoed through all S.H.S. classrooms the past year as Mr. Tilley read the daily bulletin over the new intercom system. Lower: "Pardon me!" Karen Colclasure seems to say as she inches her way through the lunchroom crowd. Bottom: Lunch periods provide a break for students from their daily routine. M-....a.,,.,,,W1""' Right: "Way to go, Danf' this proud wrest- ler's teammates seem to be saying. And why wouldn't they with a score of 5 to I. Lower: You won't get away with it this time. Bottom: Many things which are to be learn- ed by a housekeeper are taught in Mrs. Fleming's Homemaking IV Class. WXRADE 'saw LAKES Q, Could they have danced all night? E v e r y o n e eats heartily at the Ir.-Sr. Banquet. 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X.- li W: ei it S4 S Q 5? M JESYVJLWRQ H 3 55 gi 2: 2 2? JS 3 Q Zi Q :QE sf Z? 52 S 2? Z3 E3 5: Q 5 sz E Q E 252 Q gs: DZ 2 Q3 Q 5 2 3 e 5 S 22 5 2 1 x E Q 5 5, 5 5 ga ki W..-,, ....My,.. , MM.. ,W M .M W , V-. ,NWN M ., M .M , , , ,M - , M W.. V... W A...,.,,...M.A1M gi 221 2155 gx :sg Wm 666608 Lana Grooms Pioneer Linda joyce Rhoncfa Tucker Pigngn- Pwneer Priscilla Washinka "S" Club Donna Norton '46 D.E. is iff Linda Ioyce "S" Club Iill Clark D. E. Qi X , , W 235: 2 ii 22. 2.2. ww, ff , is ,fE E' ff5 if 5 52 1 5 1 2 ff? 5 M 25' 32 ES 3? is Q22 :fl is 525 af Aw ez ,F 3 z w-i15?'SEv fmifvzilifb ,ws WIP KWH , Sapiamafze Haw fagaltq DUCHESS IODY from the House ot Chesbro DUKE EDDIE from the House of Angus illhmm Q LHI18 GIOOITIS Iane Corcoran Sharon Stevens ?acf4'cmd tale :Q list of outstanding students, which is made by the Dean of Girls, the Dean of Boys, and the high school faculty is submitted to the American Legion and Auxiliary members. From this list they select the students who they believe are eligible to attend the Boys and Girls State conventions. These students attend the convention Rhonda Tucker for a week in which they learn about their government. Delegates to Girls State were Sharon Stevens, Lana Grooms, lane Corcoran, and Rhonda Tucker. Alternates were Dana Cowan, Ann Swim, Pam Miller, and Martha Moore. Chosen to attend Boys State were Bob McCaffree, Charlie Moore, Gene Hoyt, Iim Springer, and Bill Cox. Alternates were Bill Gray, Pat Moore, Gary Leonard, Tommy Doyle, and Frank Iay. Bill Cox lim Springer Chflflif MOOFC Bob McCaffree Gene Hoyt Seadwz MOST HANDSOME BEST DRESSED Pam Miller and George Ho Bob Matheson and Sherri Nelson MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Bob McCaffree and Dana Cowan pewaaafclldea AL'--AROUND FRIENDLIEST eanie rane an ran Charlie Moore and Sharon Stevens '52 I C d F k I Y fauna MOST DEPENDABLE BEST FIGURE AND Mary Nell Parrott and Ioe Iarvis Linda McCollum and Mike Reding MOST COURTEOUS Steve Mills and Sue Marlow BEST PERSONALITIES Kara Lynn Kinnick and Mac DeLozier ?ewan4ZfJZ6e4 U wmussr 3 Momca Terrrll and Irm Norton 15 Dana Cowan Bill Gray election for Who's Who, one of the high- est honors bestowed upon a Stillwater High school senior, is based on scholarship, participation in school, community and church activities and the honors and awards received by the students throughout high school. Students are requested to file for the honor if they think they have sufficient points for selection. Gene Hoyt Iane Corcoran Pat Moore Luna Rue Grooms 644. 7044 Bob McCaffree lim Springer A form with points for various honors and activities is prepared by the Student Couneil, This year it was decided in advance by the Stu- dent Couneil that the six girls and six boys having the highest number of points would be selected for "VVho's Who" in Stillwater High School for 1961. Karl Baumgartner ,af Sharon Stevens Priscilla NVashinka Mary Kathryn Smith l55 Bill Gray Bill Cox Derrill Smith l Bob Matheson Bob McCaffree Frank lay X lim Springer Gene Hoyt Pat Moore Charles Moore Karl Baumgartner Tom Kinnick Bruce Gray Gary Leonard Iim Gray aw fatcvziaaa Ian McAlpine Paul Mooney George Holman ach month the Rotary club selects two outstanding boys to attend their meetings. These Boy Rotarians are selected on the basis of activities and grades. They assist the club members and take an active part in club discussions. Sharon Stevens Dana Cowan Sharon Cottongim fd Each of these 6 girls attends a monthly dinner meeting of the Business and Professional Womcn's Club. They provide the program for the meeting by presenting one of their talents. They were chosen according to schol- arship, leadershipg church, community, and extra-cur- ricular activitiesg fellowship, personality, and recent achievements. Carol Iardot Linda Ioyce Sherri Nelson Mary Kathryn Smith Rhonda Tucker Priscilla Washinka ww wily fi"fg?j5ijVJfjf5'1 My 95? ,mx wykfg ,ff 6 W ff f f ff gf fx! ffffff fff ff nf f7A,f7Hff ff AT LETUCS DA A fly! L A M . Q3 1.5 L ,D 1 ff f ,gf , If X .ful E, W f ,L if 4 f " ,M ' ,f f I , f 'Ill 1 7 J, ' ff ff W ,lx I IX.: I ff ' If nfjf X f 1 WAI A 7 yy!! ', V? Trllffdvw, M W! W, 4,4 ,4 , f Va , f L V I , A' X774 if ,ff If V1 fl X fy '51 ff- ' K f V, it ff fi, fu ' lf' 5 'V' I L, J fu! , if A ff -ff Z' QfffI'26:7 ' ' pf ff A me 75"1-fly 5 5, :Ui uxc-L-,l"Mf LMI, C7 zffcfam, hiv ,Awf7I4l , Qfivf 1,4111 QfAf,w, A -flat? .f 1 -s - ,N '11, ,- ff r A i . -. 46,1 , X A 1 247' f, . X, , EL K " f ff , .' A Q 4 ', . .Q1 If f , ' x ,.!,,l,f ,gg , 74,71 J I ,LJ H , FOOTBALL SQUAD Row 1: Coach Harris, Bob McCaffree, Max Stites, Gary Westmoreland, Pat Foster, Tom Iohnson, Tom Kin- nick, Dcrrill Smith, Bill Gray, Iohn Chapman, Gale Andrews, Darryl Bilyeu, Row 2: Coach Turvey, Allen Mitchell, Dewell Turner, Wayne Otsuki, Larry Bellatti, Kenny Rhea, Karl Baumgartner, Bob Matheson, Charles Moore, Walter Adams, Mike Powell, Gene Hoyt. Row 3: lim Springer, Tom Curd, Boots Kelly, Bill Walton, Don Scott, Bill Shull, lim Keys, Norman Grade, Mike Baumann, Mickey Upton, Bill Smith, Glenn Mitchell. aaz'5aZZ he 1960 Pioneers have built a tradition that should keep developing and insure Stillwater High of victorious seasons for many years to come. Under the excellent guidance of coaches Tom Turvey and lim Harris, the 1959 edition of the Pioneers, composed of inexperienced juniors and a few seniors, laid the foun- dation of this spirit with a near-perfect IO-I record, fol- Recognizcd as one of the out- standing line coaches in the state, IIM HARRIS has turned out lines that are noted for their solid offense and rugged de- fense. In his twelve years as assistant football coach, he has turned out many All-State line- men. In his seven years, beginning his eighth, as head track mentor the Pioneers have never lost a dual meet and have always ranked among the top teams in the state. l58 lowing through this year as seniors, the Pioneers com- piled a fine 8-I-I record. The important fact concerning these records is that they were achieved as a result of team spirit, rather than being due to any certain players. There were no out- Head football notch and ath letic director TOM TURVEY came to Stillwater in 1957 after compiling an excellent recofd in Lindsay. In his first year at Stillwater the Pioneers went all the way to the state semi-finals. Last year the Pioneers were undefeated in the regular sea- son play and again went to state. This year was to be a re- 1 building year for the Pioneers 5 as they entered the Oklahoma 5, standing individuals on the I96O squad, as is illustrated only one defeat. Turvey's teams are always noted for their hustle and dc- tcrmination to win. Six Conference, but went through their schedule suffering 3 5 Bob Matheson goes in for the tackle as Tom Iohnson throws a block for Charlie Moore as he Norman Grade and Gary Westmoreland gets a big yardage in the Perry tilt. close in. by the Pioneers' victories over powerful Cushing and Blackwell, and by their tie with Conference champion Ponca City. Whereas each of these opponents had at least one player named to the All-State squad, Stillwater had none. Although unprepared for the early season opener, the Pioneers had little trouble getting started in blanking the Sapulpa Chieftains 22-0. The Pioneers recovered the opening kickoff and drove 35 yards for the first counter. The Pioneers then controlled the Chieftains the remaind- er of the game while pushing over two more counters in the second and fourth quarters to gain their initial victory. The Pioneers then played host to the Cascia Hall Commandos. The Pioneers again recovered the opening kickoff to drive for an early touchdown. In the final quarter of the exciting contest, the Pioneers again punched over a tally. After the kickoff, a long Com- mando pass play set up the lone Cascia Hall score as the Pioneers came out on top of the 12-7 game. After the Cascia Hall victory, the Pioneers hosted the highly-touted Ponca City Wildcats in an important conference game. The future conference champions, and game favorites, proved equal to the Pioneers as they came back in the second half to tie them 14-14 for the first blotch on the Pioneers, record. The Pioneers traveled cross-country to take on arch- rival Cushing Tigers. The teams renewed the tradi- tional battle with the Pioneers taking an early 6-o lead. With two seconds left in the half, the Tigers punched over a counter to tie the game 6-6. The Tigers came back from the dressing room to drive from their own 38 for a touchdown to go ahead I2-6. With just over 5 minutes left in the game, the Pioneers struck back Don Scott Bill Smith Charles Moore Bill Shllll Pat Foster brings down the SaPUlPa fun' Bob Matheson heads for a would-be tackler and the referee. er in the season opener. with the help of the students' spirit and enthusiasm. They tied the game on a long pass play and then passed for the Winning two-point conversion to end up victorious in the exciting see-saw I4-I2 battle. The Pioneers rolled over the Perry Maroons 34-o the next week. They then invaded the Panhandle to de- feat the Guymon Tigers 24-O. Despite a fumbling start the Pioneers came from behind to defeat Muskogee Man- uel 28-6 the following week. In this year's renewal of the Blackwell game, the Pioneers scored two quick touchdowns and then held off the determined Maroon invaders in a thrilling 20- I4 game. The Pioneers then traveled to Bartlesville to take on the fire-up Wildcats, an 'lup and down" team all year, who combined their best play of the season with breaks at opportune moments to hand the Pioneers their only defeat of the season, zo-6. The Pioneers closed out their highly successful sea- son by hosting the Sand Springs Sandites. They put on their best offensive show of the season and put down the Sandites 50-I4. l Derrill Smith Gale Andrews I6O Wayne Otsuki Dewell Turner Karl Baumgartner Iohn Chapman Pat Foster Bill Gray Stillwater Stillwater Stillwater Tom Iohnson Stillwater Stillwater Stillwater Stillwater Stillwater Stillwater Stillwater RECORD-GRIDDERS Sapulpa ,,.I2 Cascia Hall ..... e,.t,., I4 Ponca City -- ...,. ......, I4 Cushing .,....... Perry .- .....,V 24 Guymon .,.,.....,.. Muskogee Man. .,,,..t 20 Blackwell .......... ....... 6 Bartlesville ....... --.. Sand Springs ........ Tom Kinnick Bob Matheson Bob McCaffree Allen Miflihell Max Stites Gary Westmoreland Bill Walton MARTIN LOPER--Head bas- ketball coach Martin Loper's teams have always been among the top in the state. Since he came to Stillwater from Lindsay in IQS4, his teams have gone to the state finals three times, bringing back state champion- ships the past two times. His baseball teams have also been state powers. They reached their peak in 1957 as they won the state championship. IAMES KELLY-Beginning his first year of coaching at Stillwater is Iames Kelly. He graduated from Pawnee High, and from there went into the army, where he coached some basketball teams. He graduated from Central State College last year and joined the Pioneer coaching staff. He is the cross- country coach and, as assistant basketball coach, the "BH team suffered only one defeat. I62 tillwater High School has turned out consistently fine basketball teams under the able tutelage of Martin "Red" Loper, now in his sixth year as head basketball mentor at Stillwater. Under Loper and his assistants the Pioneers have never suffered a losing season. For the past three years, Stillwater has sent a team to the finals of the state tournament with the past two years supplying state championship teams. This yearls Pioneers were paced by several able shooters as witnessed by the fact that several of the players held top scoring honors sometime during the season. The Pioneers opened the season with an exciting 47-45 overtime victory over the Drumright Tornadoes. This set the mood for the rest of the season as the Pioneers, although not enjoying as successful a season in the win-loss column as some of the past teams, nevertheless had one of the most exciting seasons on record. Stillwater closed the highly successful 1960-1961 season with a 15-5 record in regular play, the regional championships, and second in state, losing in the play-off only to the taller Pawhuska team by the narrow margin of two points C38-405. This is the first time in the history of the state tournament that a team has gone to the finals four consecutive years. The Pioneer "B" team, which will be the varsity of next year, enjoyed a very successful season under the coaching of Iames Kelley, in his first year at Stillwater, as they suffered only one defeat. BASKETBALL SQUAD Standing: Bob Matheson, Barry Epperley, Tom Doyle, Tom Curd, Mac Messenger, Paul Mooney, Bruce Gray, Don Scott, Lonnie Donaldson, Duke Sanders, Woodie Berry. Kneeling: Val Schott, Coach Martin Loper. l l Bruce Gray dunks it in for Woodie Berry battles for a rebound. Mac Messenger goes up for a two points against Ponca City. lay-up. Row I: Don Iohnson, Bob Hert, lim Horn, Chip Myers. Row 2: Mac DeLozier, Glenn Blakley, Kenny Elder, Bob Sirney, Cecil Kelley, Ierry Hazleton, Sam Earnest, Iim Taylor, Larry Bellatti. I Bruce Gray Tom Doyle Woodie Berry Duke Sanders goes up for two points in the Don Scott reaches for the ball as Tom Curd Bartlesville clash which the Pioneers won 60-56. and Mac Messenger look on. Mac Messenger Duke Sanders Tom Curd Don Scott WRESTLING SQUAD Row 1: Steve Iay, Ierald Nickels, Dan Mihura, Ierry Williams, Corky Rains, and Mike Wadsworth. Row 2: I. I. Reding, Mike Powell, Pat Foster, Ioe Iarvis, Tom Kinnick, and Tom Iohnson. oach Charles Hetrick ended his third year as head wrestling coach at Stillwater with nine wins and one defeat. The Pioneers were out battled only by the defending state champion Ponca City. The Pioneers opened the season with a 16-14 decision over a tough Tulsa Central team. Moving on with victory in their eyes, the Pioneers ran up a string of five straight decisions before meeting Ponca City and their only defeat. The matmen, back on the trail of victory, romped past Bristow 31-3, suffering only one individual defeat. The Pioneers moved on to Sapulpa, barely defeating the strong Chieftains by a score of 16-14. Grabbing their next dual meet from the Geary Bulldogs 20-12, the pioneers then met their arch rival Black- well. The Pioneers proved too strong for the Maroons, defeating them 21-Q. Composed mostly of Iuniors and Seniors, the Pioneers proved to be a well balanced dual match team, but their inexperience was apparent in their first tournament when they placed sixth out of eight teams. How- ever, they showed much improvement throughout the season. Led by Tom Kinnick, the only Pioneer matman to remain undefeated in dual competition, the grapplers compiled the best record since 1954. Iunior aces Mike Reding and Dan Mihura suffered only one defeat during the dual match season. Returning lettermen from 1960 were Ierald Nickels, Dan Mihura, Ierry Williams, Mike Reding, Pat Foster, Tom Kinnick, Tom Iohnson, and Gary LaFrance. We CHARLES HETRICK--Conv ing to Stillwater in 1958 after producing two state champion- ship teams in Blackwell in three years, Coach Herrick began his rebuilding program. This year the results began to show as the Pioneers had one of their most successful wrestling seasons, winning all but one dual match. Herrick started coaching in 1950 after being a national wrestling champion at OSU and is regarded as one of the finest coaches in the state. C. D. MIHURA--After coach- ing junior high football and basketball for several years, and having an undefeated football season last Year, Coach Mihura moved up to the high school and was Boomer backfield coach and assistant wrestling coach this year. He has continually turned out fine payers and his wit has made him a favorite with faculty and student alike. l65 Row I: Steve lay, Ierald Nickels, Dan Mihura, Ierry Williams, Corky Rains, Mike Wadsworth, Ioe Iarvis, I, I. Reding, Mike Powell, Pat Foster, Tom Kinnick, and Tom Iohnson. Row 2: C. D. Mihura, coach, Gene Hoyt, managc'r,' David Tomlinson, Gene Reding, Iay Beltz, Mickey Gra- ham, Eddie Angus, Dean Prieer, Mark Grimsley, Norman Grade, and Gary LaFrance. Row 3: Kenny Nasworthy, Iames Burley, George Newell, Tom Anderson, Don Vest, lim Brinkerhoff, Boots Kelly, Kenny Rhea, Walter Adams, Glen Mitchell, and Charles Herrick, coach. I96l WRESTLING RECORD Won 9-Lost I SHS-I7 Tulsa Rogers ,,,,,,, IS SHS 13 Miclwest City Y Y 16 SHS ,20 Northwest Classen , Il SHS, 24 Tulsa Central ,, I2 SHSW, 20 Perry , ,,,, ,, , ir SHS ,,,, 6 Ponca City , 24 SHS ,,,, 31 Bristow ,,,,, ,,.. , 3 SHS ,,,, I7 Sxipulpa ,,,,,, , I4 SHS ,, ao Geary ., I2 SHS ,, 21 Blackwell ,,.., ,,,. , 9 Gene Hoyt Three year football and wrest- Pioneer matman Mike Powell works on op- ling mwiailfff- HB Hlfl 11215 befn ponent for a near pin. invaluable to coaches and team members alike. Z Pioneer heavyweight Tom Iohnson tries for a pat Foster escapes from 3 Rogers gl-appler, take down against heavyweight from Tulsa Rogers. ,J .1 ...MM SN BASEBALL PLAYERS Row 1: Bill Arnold, Gary O'Donnell, Mac DeLozier, Lester Rose, Charles Moore, Horace Moore, Val Schott, Glenn Blakely, Lonnie Donaldson. Row 2: Ralph Gibson, axxiszant coachp Bill Walton, Max Stites, lim Stone, Barry Ep perley, Gerald Reinholtz, Tom Curd, Ronnie Grooms, manager, Tommy Doyle, not showng Martin Loper, coach. Zcweiaiaf :During the past six years Coach Martin Loper has succeeded in leading the Pioneer baseball teams to four Northern Eight conference titles. In 1957 his hardballers went all the way to capture the State Championship. Since then he has directed two teams that have reached the semi-finals. Because of the Northern Eight conference break-up, Loper's 1960 team was unable to play a full slate. However, this team returns seven regulars. The returning lettermen for 1961 are Tom Doyle, cf, Charlie Moore, Ib, Bill Walton, p-3bg Mac DeLozier, rf, Lon Donaldson, ss-pg Glenn Blakley, zbg and Bill Arnold, pinch hitter. Leaders of the 1961 team are Seniors Bill Arnold, Tom Doyle, Bill Walton, and Charlie Moore, all members of the Pioneer baseball squad for four years. Sophomore Lon Donaldson, Iuniors, Glenn Blakely, Mac DeLozier, Barry Epperley, and Tom Curd, veterans of the American Legion summer baseball team, should provide a good spark in the year to come. Coach Loper and the team hope this year's record will equal that of ,57. 4 Iohn Chapman Tim Steblcr Pat Moore Bruce Gray Tom Doyle Don McCroskey Bill Gray Karl Baumgartner Tom Iohnson Vandy McCory Mike Baumann David Pryor CGM 1960 track team, although hampered by inadequate facilities, lengthened the Pioneers' string of un- defeated dual meets to thirty-three and swept the regionals at Tonkawa for the seventh consecutive year. The above lettermen, along with Duke Sanders and Mickey Upton who are not pictured, will form the nucleus of the 1961 track team. The team lost a senior high hurdler and letterman when Gale Andrew was unexpectedly declared ineligible because of his parents' moving. Coach Iim Harris, beginning his eighth year as track mentor, also expects help from transfers Bob Matheson, Woodie Berry, and Tom Anderson. The 1961 team is expected to be especially strong in field events and will be bidding for its share of first place honors this season. Front row: Vandy McCory, Royce Herndon, Tim Stebler, Coach Iames Kelly. Back row: David Pryor, David Franklin, Tom Schlehuber, George Holman. Zwwwf although handicapped by a belated start and the smallest allowable team, this year's cross-country squad did a commendable job under the coaching of Iames Kelly, who is in his first year at Stillwater High School. In the invitational meet at Shawnee, two outstanding Pioneer runners, Vandy Mc- Cory and Tim Stebler, placed 63rd and 64th respectively from a field of 120 individual entries. In the only dual meet of the season, the Stillwater thin-elads proved to be a de- termined opponent for the top-notch Tulsa McLain team, losing by the narrow margin of 30-26.'Proving to be a great asset for the team in the two-mile event was Vandy Mc- Cory, running the course with a winning time of 12:19.o. As the host for the State meet, the Pioneer squad ended their season by snaring an IItl'l place. Next season's prospects include three junior hopefuls, two of whom will be return- ing lettermen. They are Vandy McCory, David Pryor, and Royce Herndon. L V PU LUCZQTUQNS Frank .Iay, editorp and George Ho-lman, Sherri Nelson, organizatiorfs editorj Caro- assoczate editor. lyn Pennington, school life editorg and Allen Linda Ioyce, class editorg and Ioicelyn Mc- Culloch, assistant. Mitchell, layout editor. pioneer: CGM 1961 Pioneer yearbook staff has tried to present to you an annual that will feature our new school, tell a complete history of one year of school life, and acquaint the public with our school activities and programs. We have also tried to create an annual that in later years will recall to you many memories of this year and its experiences. We have included a pictorial coverage of both work and play, hoping that you, the stu- dents, will find it interesting now and in the days ahead-and that others who take a glimpse Iohn Shideler, .vtadent photographer, and Karl Baumgartner, sportsj Edd Bellatti, Glenda Allende, art editor. staff writer, and Gene Hoyt, index editor. . WKl5llINli ' 4 .x M.-my QL , Bob McCaffree, sport: ea'it0r,' Pat Foster, lim Springer, business manager, and Rita :ports and Roger Walters, sports. Colassaco, circulation manager. of the 1961 Pioneer will find some points of in- terest. Each member of the staff has had his own definite responsibility but all have worked to- gether on the yearbook as a Whole, not only to make the best possible annual, but also to learn the various phases of the work involved. Also we wish to thank all students and teachers of this school for their time and co- operation, for without you this book could have never become a reality. Linda Marlin, music editor, and Priscilla VVashinka, honors and awards editor. Students of Iournalism II write copy for 1961 yearbook as teachers look on and correct mistakes. Karl Baumgartner, editor frightj edits copy as Gene Hoyt, new: editor fcenterj types and Edd Bellatti, man- againg editor, fleftj checks stories to begin layout for Fri- day's issue of All-School News. hief responsibility of the Iouranlism I class is the publication of the All-School News, which is written by first year Iournalism students and edited by Iournalism II students. All-School News, published weekly by the Still- water News-Press, covers all schools in the Stillwater Public school system. This includes the high school, junior high, and all elementary schools. Under the sponsorship of Mrs. Thena Goble, journalism classes are growing each year. Indiviudally the purpose of Iournalism I is to offer the student a good background in newspaper work. In addition to acquiring a basic knowl- edge of writing news stories and features, students gain important experience in public relations. Roger Walters, sports edi- tor,' Linda Parcher, grade edi- tor and Ioicelyn McCulloh, exchange editor, are shown at Work on their jobs. ALL-SCHOOL NEWS C. E. Donart High School Editor ........................ Karl Baumgartner News Editor .........................,.. Gene Hoyt Managing Editor ................ Edd Bellatti Sports Editor .................... Roger Walters Grade Editor .................... Linda Parcher Exchange Editor ,....... Ioicelyn McCulloh Staff reporters: Mike Baumann, Conn Berkenbile, Betty Berry, Tom Berry, lan Boggs, Darlene Bryan, Pat Deter- man, Kaye Clifton, Kenny Elder, Pat Foster, Ioy Fringer, Lana Grooms, Donna Hughes, Carol Ann Huls, Tom Iohnson, Iohn Keller, Karen Larson, Ianet Mullendore, Dwight Nance, Kris- tine Nelson, LaRena Ottinger, Helen Cole, Derrill Smith, Marilyn Smith, Mary Ellen Stewart. Faculty Sponsor. ,....,. Mrs. Thena Goble 3 1 Z 1 3 viqfwig i:':'55gK.p All-School News staff members check copy and pictures to meet the Wednesday deadline. "Accuracy is thevmost emphasized characteristic of a good news story," Iournalism 1 students answer on the first-semester test. BOARD OF EDUCATION SENIORS Criswcll, Gilbert ................................ 8 Donart, C. E. ...............,.., ......... 9 Newell, George ...... - .............. ...- 9 Powell, Robert ...... ..... 8 , 9 Smith, Marion ......... ...... 8 Thomas, Clifford .......... ........ 8 , 9 Weilmuenster, Iohn P. .... ,..... 8 FACULTY AND STAFF Archer, Ross ..,..,...... . .........,......... I 4 Baker, Kenneth ..... Becker, Rosalie ...... Bissell, Iuanita ...... Bruce, Eulah ...... Burris, Gladys ........ Carr, William D. ..,.. . Caldwell, Mabel ...... Coe, Leroy ......,..,.... Coltharp, Forrest ..... Cook, Ivo ......,....... Cooper, Ocie ..,.... - .....,.. Emde, A. T. ......... . Epperley, Glenn .,..... 12, 81 I2 I4 I0 12, 73 9, I0 I4 I4 I2, 71 I4 I2 I4 I2 Fleming, Marie .... ,.....,... 1 2, 79 Friedemann, Gus ,..,.. .....,..... 1 2, 75 Gibson, Ralph ..,.. ......... 1 1, 66, 169 Goble, Thena ....... ........,.. 1 2, 172 Harris, lim ......... ....... 1 2, 158 Hesser, Bobby ........ .,................, 1 4 Hetrick, Charles ....,...,... I2, 165, 166 Holley, Edith ....... - ....... .......,........ 1 2 Howard, Richard ..... Hueston, Grace ......... ...... I2 ,.. ....... .. I0 Ingram, Gladys ............,.,......,.,..., 12, 69 Iohnson, Vernon ..,,. ,...... ,. ......... -,-. I4 Kidd, Ioyce ....... .. ,............,..........,.,.... I0 King, Ioe Henry .,.,,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, IO Kelley, Iames ,... 12, 93, 162, 163, 170 LaFrance, Faith ...,..,.....,....,.............. I4 Lake, Iessie ....... - ..................... , ..,.. I4 Lilly, Thomas ...,.....,.,.........,....., 13, 63 Loper, Ianetta ........... . .... . L ........... ,.-. I3 Loper, Martin ..,.... - ............... 13, 162 Martin, Russell ...... Meacham, Mudge ..,,....,.. 13, 83, 89 ..............,.. I I Mihura, C. D. .,.............. 13, 165, 166 Murphy, Andy ...... ....................... 1 3 Murphy, Zola ..........,.. ...... ......... 1 3 McKaughan, Alleen .,... McMurtry, Gene ........ McWethey, Fay ..... Nelson, Georgia ...,.. Olmstcad, K. E. ..... . Olmstead, Thelma ,.,.. Oltman, Marie ...... Perkins, Hahn .,.... Pulley, lane .,........... Rhea, Kenneth ..,.., Russell, Gladys ....,, Russell, R. R. ..,......... . Shingleton, Willard ..... Taylor, Mary ....,,,. Tilley, Carl ......... Turvey, Tom ........ ..... Turvey, Virginia ..... Webster, Virginia .....,. I4 11, 98 13, 69 I4 . ...,.. I4 I4 I4 ......... I0 89 I3 ,...,. II ..,,.. 10 I3 87 ...,.....,...,......,I I 13, 91, 158 13, 69 Abington, Willard ............................ 22 Adams, Janet .................................... 22 Adams, Norman ........ 20, 22, 66 89 Allen, Glenda ...... ................ 2 2, 75 Allende, Glenda .................,...... 22, 172 Andrew, Gale ........ 21, 22, 80, 81, 91, 93, 116, 158, 161 Andrews Gwen ...........,.....,.............. 22 Arnold, Bill ........ 22, 91, 113, 168 Barnes, Vicki .,.,..,.....,.,..,......,..,...,.,.. 22 Baumgartner, Karl .... 20, 22, 64, 69, 83, 90, 91, 156, 158, 161, 169, 172, 174 Bear, Clarence ............... - ........... 22, 75 Bearry Marie ..............................,.,.,. 16 Bellatti, Edd ......., 22, 64, 172, 174 Berkenbile, Conn Lee ............ 22, 89 Berry, Tom .,.............................. 22, 63 Bilyeu, Darryl ,.,,,,.,,.,,1...,... 22, 91, 158 Boothe, lim ...... 23, 69, 71, 89, 93, 113 Bounds, Gary ..... ................. 2 3 Bowles, Ioe ........ ....,.. 2 3 93 Bowman, Nora ..... .............. 2 3 Broaddus, Guy ..... ......... 2 3, 75 Bullock, Wayne ........ ....... 2 3, 81 Q7 Bunch, Sue .......... ........,....... 1 6 Cacy, Iudy ......... ....... 2 3, 66 79 Caldwell, Irma ..... ,....... 2 3, 75, 79 Calvert, Carol ,.........,,............ 113, 114 Cannaday, Ioe ............ 23, 83, QI 93 Carmichael, Neoma ,..,..,.......,, 23 75 Carpenter, Lowell ........... -...23, 75, 81 Casey, Charlotte ....,,.................. 23, 87 Casey, Par -,--,---,-----,, 23, 75, 83, 93 Caskey, Ann ......,.,..,....,....... 23, 77, 79 Chapman, Iohn ........ 21, 24, 83, 91, 158, 161, 169 Clark, Iill -------- 24, 74, 75, 85, 87, 146 Clark, Robert .................................... 24 Cleverdon, Bill .....,....,.........,,,,,,,..... 24 Colassaco, Rita ,....... 24, 83, 87, 94, 95 Cole, Helen ....,.,,,...,...,...,.,. 24, 79, 147 Combs, Starleen ................................ 24 Cooper, Mary Kay -------------------- 24,, 75 Cooper, Ronda .,...... 24, 66, 69, 71, 89, II3 Corcoran, lane ............ 20, 24, 62, 63, 66, 83, 95, 151 Cottongim, Sharen ........ 24, 94, 95, 144, 156 Cowan, Dana ..,. zo, 24, 63, 65, 66, 68, 69, 72, 73, 83, 152, 156 Cox, Bill ....,..........,.... 20, 24, 66, 89 93, 151, 156 Cox, Ronald ,...... ........................... 2 4 Crane, Iean ,.,.,,,. ..,.. 2 1, 24, 66, 69, 75: 77, 79, 152 Crenshaw, Gary ........... - ........,.. 2 ,..... 16 Crowder, Gay .... 21, 24, 66, 69, 83, 87, 114, 115 Culton, Bob ....... - ..... ..,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,.,., 2 5 Davidson, Ray ...... ......,,..,. 2 5, 89 Derr, Barbara ..,.......,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 25 Dotter, Lee .,...,........,..1.1....,,,,,,,, 25, 81 Doyle, Tom ,,., 25, 162, 164, 168, 169 Durham, Ginger ,,,..... 25, 83, 93, II3 Durham, lack ,........,.......... 25, 80, 81 Edmonds, Ierry ....... ........ 2 5 Ely, Raymond ...... ..... 2 5, Q7 Esparza, Iohn ...... ..,........ 2 5 Fassnacht, Gene ....... ..,,, 2 5 Feather, Mark ...... Fisher, Davis ....,.., 87 Flood, Iudy ---------,-,---,--,- 25, 79, Foltz, Mary ........................ 25, 71, 87 Foster, Pat ,..,.... 26, 91, 93, 158, 161, 165, 166, 167 Franklin, David ..,..... 26, 71, 89, Franklin, Gary .,,,,,,,,,,, 26, 69, 71, 1 70 89 Fringer, Ioy ..... ..,,...,,.,,..... 2 6, 98 Going, Dale ..,...,,-,,,,,,,,,,,,,1 , ,.,,.,,,,,, 26 Gooch, Sharon ........ 26, 74, 75, 94, 95 Graham, Mickey ,,...... 26, 83, 93, 166 Gray Bill .... 26, 63, 66, 69, 71, 91, 92, 93, 156, 158, I6I, 169 Gray, Bruce .,...... 26, 91, 156, 162, 164, 169 Gray, lim ........ 19, 20, 26, 66, 68, 71, 113, 116, 156 Grooms, Lana ..., 20, 26, 62, 63, 83, 87, U41 145, 151 Gudgel Linda ,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 26, 113 Ham, Carolyn .,,..... 20, 26, 66, 79, 87 Ham, Gordon ...,.,,.,.,.,..,,,,,,,,, 26, 75 Hamlett, Don ........,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,1,,,,, 26 Heddleston, Vern .......,...,.,,,,,,, 27, 81 Himes, Karen ..........,...,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 27, 79 Hiner, Carl ..............,, 27, 80, 81, QI Hodge, Wanda ..... .,........,. 2 7, 79, 87 Holiman, Roger ..............,,,,,, 27, 89, 93 Holman, George .,.,.... 19, 20, 27, 64, 82, 91, 152, I70, 172 Holmes, Carolyn ..... Hopper, Carolyn Hornbuckle, Karen .,,..............,.. 27, 75 Houston, Barbara ..................,. 27, 79 Howell, Kathleen ......., 27, 71, 83, 115 Hoyf, C9119 -------- 27, 71, 83, 91, 93, 151, 156, 158, 166, 172, 174 Human, Bill .............................. 27, 81 Irwin, Bill .............,...,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,. 27 Ivey, Ianice ..,.......,,.,.,..,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 27 Iardot, Carol .,.. 21, 28, 79, 147, 156 lay, Frank -,---------- 28, 62, 63, 92, 93, 152, 156, I72 Iohnson, Donnie ........,..................... 28 Iohnson, Fannie ...........,.,......,... 28, 79 Keller, Iohn .........,... Iohnson, Tom ......,. 28, 91, 158 165, 166, 167, , 161 169 Ioyce Linda ...,.... 28, 66, 87, 88, 146, 156, I72 Kinnick, Tom ..., 28, 83, 91, 148, Kerr, Paul .,............. 145, 156, 161, 165 166, 167 Kroutil, Ianice ,........... 28, 75, 77, 158, Lane, Georgianne Langford, Ierry ..,,.,, Lawson, Kay ........ Leach, Gale ...... Lee, Darrell ........,...,,,.,.........,..,,, 28, 75 Lester, Polly ........ 28, 63, 83, 87, 113 79 28 16 18 Leonard, Gary ..., 21, 28, 66, 69, 70, Q Y 71,239,931 156 Lile, lanice ......, ..,,,.,,,.,,.. 2 8, 75, 79 Linzey, Helen ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 2 9, 87 Long, Gary ...,..,... Longan, Alberta ..,.... 29 Collins, Geoff ..... ......, Lynch, Robert .. 20, 29, 75, 91, 93, II3 McBride, Kenny ........ 29, 81, 91, 93 McCandless, Dorothy .,,.....,,.,.,,.,,,,,... 29 McCaffree, Bob .,,. 20, 29, 62, 63, 66, 69,71, 91,931 151, 152, 156, 158, 161 McDaniel, Pat ....,,...............,,,,...,..... 29 McLemore, Verl ,...........,,,,,..,.,.. 2I, 29 MacAlpine, Ian .....,,, 29, 66, 69, 70, 71, 97, 156 Majors, Mary .....,,.,,,,.........,,..,,, ,..,, 2 9 Marlin, Linda ,,,,.,.. 21, 29, 66, 69, 79, 96, 147 Martin, Kathleen .,...,,,,,,,,.,. 20, 29 83 Matheson, Bob .... . 29, 64, 113, 152, 156, 158, 161, 162 Messenger, Mac .,...... 30, 71, 73, 83, 91, II3, 162, 164 Metz, Gary ,,.....,........,,,...., 30, 71, 89 Miller, Beverly ..,....,...........,,,,,........ 30 Miller, Mike ,.,.......,.,,,...,.....,...,,,,.... 30 Miller, Pam .,,. 21 30, 83, 85, 87, 152 Mitchell, Allen ....,,,....,.... 30, 93, 97, 158, 161, 172 Moehle, Sharon ,.,..........,,,,,,.........,,,, I6 Moody, Iohnny ,.....,.,,,,............ 30, 83 Mooney, Paul ,,,,1--, 30, 89, 91, 93, 97, 144, 156, 162 Moore, Billie ,,--,--- 36, 64, 75, 77, 79 Moore, Charles ,,,. 19, 30, 64, 90, 91, 151, 152, 156, 158, 159, 168 Moore, Patrick ..,. 21, 30, 65, 66, 69, 71, 89, 96, 91, 156, 158, 169 Morris, Kenneth .....,....,.........,.,,.,.,.. 81 Mosshammer, Iames ,,..,.. ...... . . 30 Murphy, Vesta Lou ..,...,...,,............ 31 Murray, Barbara ......,..,.......,..,,.. 30, 79 Nance, Dwight ,,,,..., 31, 83, 93, 113 Nelson, Gordon .... ,,.......... 3 I, 69, 71 Nelson, Sherri ,,,,,... 20, 31, 62, 63, 83, 87, 141, 152, 156 172 Newell, Susan ., 31, 66, 69, 71, 83, 89 Newman, Iudy ,,...... 20, 31, 63, 74, 75, 85, 87, 142 Nickels, Ierald ..., 31, 91, 165, 166, 167 Norton, Donna ........ 2I, 31, 63, 74, 75, 82, 83, 146 Norton, Ronnie .....,,,..,.......,,,,,, 31, Il 3 Orsuki, Wayne -------- 31, 69, 71, 89, 96, 97, 158, 161 Oursler, Bob .,,............. 31, 71, 89, II3 Owens, Thomas .............................. 31 Pace, Odell .........................,.,............ Sl Parcher, Linda ..., 19, 20, 31, 66, 68, 83, 87, 149, 172 Pendleton Ierry .................... 31, 80, 81 Pennington, Carolyn .... 32, 64, 75, 172 Phillips, Pam ........,..,...,............,....... 32 Price, Betty ............. ................... 3 22 Radford, Delmer .,..............,........... 16 Rains, Alvin .......,............,..,..,. 21, 32 Reed, Katy ,-....-.-.----,. 32, 79, 83, 97 Riley, Warner .....,............................ I6 Robbins, Kittye Delle .... 32, 71, 83, 89 Rutledge, Sharon ..........,................. 32 Salazar, Iesus ..,......,. Sanders, Eugene ..........,......... 162, Schlehuber, Tom ...,.,., 32, 71 , 91, Schroeder, Ianelle ............ 32, 79, 64 1 170 37 Schroeder, Kenneth ..,..........,.. 32, 81 Schroeder, Terry .......,............. ,..... 3 2 Scott, Don .... 32, 158, 159, 162, 164 Seeliger, Tom ..................,......... 32, 75 Sharpton, Mary .,...........................,.. 32 Shideler, Iohn ................,... 33, 97, 172 Shull, Bill ..,..... 33, 71, 89, 158, 159 Sissons, Rae Mae ....,,,..................... 33 Sloan, Donna ...... ...,,.......... 3 3, 75 Smith, Bill .......,............ 33, 158, 159 Smith, Derrill ............ 33, 90, 91, 156, 158, 160 Smith, Diane .....,,..,,. 20, 33, 79, 89 Smith, Mary Kathryn .,.. 20, 33, 62, 63, 83, 87, 156 Spaulding, Mary ......,,,...,,,,............,. 33 Springer, Iirn -,,-,1-- 33, 65, 66, 69, 71, 91, 92, 93, ISI, 156, 158 Stebler, Tim ..,..... 33, 91, 169, 170 Stevens Sharon ,.., 21, 33, 62, 63, 66, 69, 83, 87, 94, 95, 113, 116, ISI, I52, 156 Steward, David ........,,,,.,...,............., 33 Stites, Max ....,....... 33, QI, 92, 93, 158, 161, 168 Stone, Iim .,..,...... .,...,,,.,.. 3 4, 168 Strotter, Betty ,,,.,,,....... ....,...,.......... 3 4 Sumpter, Beverly ..,.,...... ............ 3 3 Swartwood, Clarence ....,.,. - ....... 75 Teter, Don ....,....,...,....... ...... 3 4 Thomason, Trudy ....., ..............,. 3 4 Thurman, Russell .............,,.,,.. 34, 75 Trompler, Lyle ..,..,..,.. - ,.................. 16 Tucker, Rhonda ......,. 34, 83, 87, 88, 145, 151, 156 Turner, Dewell ....,....... 34, 158, 161 Turner, Hazel ..,.........,...,,...,.......... 34 Walker, Margaret .,...........,..,..,,,.,,... 34 Walters, Robert ...,....,......,..........,... 34 Walters, Roger -,,- 34, 89, 92, 93, 174 Walton, Bill ......,.,,.. 34, 71, 89, 91, 93, 158, 161, 168 Ward, Sondra ......,................,..., 34, 75 Washburn, Don .,....,...,....,.....,..,,..,... 34 Washinka, Priscilla ..,. 21, 34, 69, 82, 83, 87, 94, 95, 146, 148, 156 Westmoreland, Gary ........ 35, 91, 113, 158, 161 Whatley, Barbara ..-... 35, 83 White, Richard ...... .....,.,. 3 5 White, Virginia ...,.. Whitam, Gene ...... Wilson, Allen ,...... .... 2 .- 35, II3 Wilson, Loren .,..,... ...... ............ 3 5 Wilson, Verdalee ........,.,........,......,. 35 Witt, Carol ....,.,....... - ....... - .... -.- 35 JUNIORS Absure, Kaye ..,.,,..... - .,............, 2 4X Adams, Walter .,.. 41, QI, 158, 166 Adler, Ieannine ........................ 41, II 3 Akin, Becki ......... ............ 4 1, 75, 83 Anderson, Tom ,.,....... Anderson, Wayne Autry, Mary ......,.., 4 1 , 166 38 4 1 Banning, Roy ........ ...,.......... 2 ....... 4 1 Bardo, Raymond Barnard, Becky .....,.. 41, 71, 91, 93, 158, 169 Barnes, Frank ..... ..................,.... 3 8 Bastion, Carl ...,...... Bates, Mary Ellen 38 Baumann, Mike ..... ....,.. 4 1 , 7 1 , Bays, Raymond ..,...... Bearry, Kenneth Bearry, Vina ............... 93, 158, 91, 169 38 Bellatti, Larry ,,.. 41, 91, 93, 158, Berry, Berry -,--------,-.--- 41, 46, 75, 163 83 Berry Woodie ..... I62, 1 64 Best, Charlotte ,.,.......,.,,.....,.... 41, 75 Beverage, Ronald .........................,,, II 3 Blakley, Glenn ..,. 41, 71, 91, 163, 168 Boggs, Ian -,------------------------ 41, 83, 87 Bowles, Ann ,.......,.........,............,,,,, 41 Braswell, Charlotte ..,.......,,,,....., 41, 79 Bratcher, Nancy ...,.... 41, 83, 87, II3 Brewton, Iudy ............,,.,.....,,, 41, IIS Brooks, Mary ...,. ...,.... 4 1, 69, 97 Brown, Leon ...... ....,,,.....,......,....... 3 8 Brown, Mattie ..................,..,......,... 38 Bryan, Darlene ---- 41, 43, 74, 75, 83 Burley, Iames ..,..,.............,..,, 42, 166 Burton, Carol ..,..... 42, 44, 69, 71, 75, 83, 87, 95 Cacy, Linda ....,1. - .,..,.,..............,. 42, 79 Caldwell, Lloyd ..... ,,,....., 4 2, 75 Clary, Glenna ..,..,. ......, 4 2, IIS Clifton, Kaye .........,. Clodfelter, David .,.,. Cockrell, Ann ........ Cockrell, David ..... Cole, Tim ........,.. Colvin, Iack ,.,,.. 42 42, 79 .,,,,. 42, QI 42, 93 ..- ......... ge ....,.. 38 Cooke, Warren ............ 42, 75, 77, 79 Cooley, Iohn ..., - .,.......................,.... 81 Crawford, Lee ,.,..,. ...........,...,....... 8 1 Curd, Tom .,...... ..... 4 2, 91, 158, 162, 164, 168 Cypret, Ted ...........,.....................,..., 38 Damron, Don ..-...- ............,............ .. 81 DeLozier, M3C,,40, 42, 63, 69, 71, 73, 83, 89, 91, 92, 93, 97, 153, 163, 168 Denny, Marilyn ........,. Derryberry, Tom 1 IS Determan Pat ............... - .,......... 42, 63 Devine, Lana ----,--- 42, 74, 75, 83, 37 Dobson, Donald ..................,,,... 42, 89 Dorris, Gene .................... 42, 71, II3 Doss, Becky ..,,..... ,.......... 4 2, 115 Dowell, Louise .,.,.. ..,.,...,,...... 4 2 Dries, Fred ............. .......,.,....,.. 4 2 Dryden, Mary ....... .,..,.. 7 9, IIS Duckwell, Betty ,..,. DuPree, Ianet ....... 38 Edwards, Patty ...... ........... 4 2, II3 Elder, Kenny .,...,... ........ 4 2, 93, 163 Elwell, M, G. ..........,..,. - .......,,...... 42 Epperley, Barry .... -- 43, 3 , 46 91 113, 116, 162, 168 Felkms, Barbara ...,......,..... 40, 43, 83 Friedemann, Anita Friedemann, Frank 43, 1 15 42, 43, 74, Fleming, Eldon ......... 75, 113, 116 43 Flager, Harold ..,.............,............... 38 Gage, Mary Margaret .... 43, 83, 85, 87 Garton, Carol ,........,.. 43, 69, 71, 87 43, 83 Glover, Linda ....,..,. Grade, Norman ................ 43, 158, 166 Green, Claude ..... - -,-,--------------- 43 Grimsley, Mark ..... ....... 4 3, 166 Griffiths, Bill ........................ 43, 71, 89 Grisham, Ricky .....................,.. 43, 75 Hamilton, Sam ..... - ....... 43, 71, 89 Harris, lim .,..,..... 38 Harris, Roger .......................,..,,...... Hartley, Barbara .... 42, 43, 83, II3 Hazleton, Ieffy ---- 43, 75, 93, 113, 163 Henderson, Louise -------- 43, 77, 79, 87, 1131 114, 143 Henson, AlRay ....,........,.,,.,......,,..... 38 Hesson, Elsie ...............,.,......,....... I 1 5 Hert, Bob .,..... ...... 4 3, 91, 93, 163 l I77 Herndon, Royce ,.... ----- 43, 170 98 Hook, Mary -----------------Q ---,--- 4 3, Holinsworth, H. E. ..... ..,......... 3 8 Howard, Dale ....... - ......... ......... 3 8 Hubbard, Pat ,....... .,,,,...,.,...,, 4 3 Huerta, Mary ..................,...........,..... 38 Hueston, Sally ....,....,,,,,,, 43, 83, II3 Hughes, Donna .... 43, 73, 83, 87, 115 Huls, Carol Ann ,.-..,,,,,,,,,.,,,,, 43, 87 Human, Wayne .,..,......,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 81 Jarvis, Ioe -------- 45, 68, 69, 71, 93, 153, 165, 166, 167 Iones, Betsy ............ 43, 87, 88, II3 Iones, Eddie ...,......,.................,....,.. 44 Kelly, Boots .,.................. 91, 158, 166 Keys, lim ............,... L ...................... 158 Kidder, Mary lane ,.,,.,, ,,1,,,, 1 IS Killion, David ....,,..,... ,,,-, 3 8 Kincaid, Kathleen ..........,....,............ 38 Kinney, Carolyn .,..,..,......,,,,,,,-,,,,,,,,,. 38 Kinnick, Kara Lynn .. 40, 44, 87, 153 Lane, Larry .....,.........,,...,.....,.,.,,..., 38 Langley, Carolyn .................... 44, 79 Larson, Karen ............. .,,...,. 4 4, 64, 83 Ledbetter, Dorothy 44 Ledbetter, Shirley ...... ....,,..,,...... 4 4 Levio, Charles ..,....,,.., ,..,. 4 4, 69, 71 Loyd, H. C. .......... ................,..... 4 4 Lytton, Charles ....,..,..,.......,,,...,.,... 44 McCollum, Linda ........ 42, 44, 83, 153 MeCory, Sandy .................,...... 44, 64 MCCory, Vandy 1- 44, 91, 93, 169, 170 N9 McCulloh, Ioicelyn ........ 43, 44, 69, 70, , 71, 72, 73, 89, 172, 174 McDaniel, Carl .......................,........ 44 McDonald, Shirley .... 44, 1 13, 1 1 6 McElraft, Harold .......,,....,,..,..,.,..... 44 McFarland, Terry ................ 44, 1 1 3 McGlory, Dora ................,...,.,....... 1 1 5 MacAllister, Maxine 44 Marlow, Sue ........ 44, 64, 66, 75, 83, 87, 113, 153 Martin, Iack .,...,......,.....,....,.........,.. 44 Matrox, Iudy ----------,- 44, 75, 79, 87 Maxwell, Keith ................... - ........... 89 Metcalf. Linda ..........,.............,.....,. 38 Mihura, Dan ............ 44, 80, 81, 91, 165, 166, 167 Mills, Pat ...- ....................,............. . 38 Mills, Steve ...... ...... 4 4, 45, 71, 72, 73, 89, 98, 153 Milroy, Ricky .......... ... ..........,..........., 44 Moore, Kenneth ................ 44, 64, 73 Mullendore, Ianet .. 45, 63, 83, 87, 113 Muncaster, Randy ................,... 45, 93 Munger, Marvin .,.................. 45, II3 Myers, Maxine ....., .. ......., ............ 4 5 Nasworthy, Kenny ....... ..... 4 5, 166 Nelson, Gordon .............................. 45 Newsom, Kenneth .... .....,.....,,... 45, 133 Norton, lim ----.-1 - ----------- 44, 455 153 Nuss, Lester .............. ................... 3 8 Ottinger, LaRena ......... .,,............. 3 8 Overholt, Mac .,...... - ....... ...- ....,. 45 Palmer, Skip ..... ,......., ................ 7 5 Parcher, Carol ............................ 45, 83 Parrott, Mary Nell ........ 42, 45, 75, 82, 83, 87, 88, 153 Payne, Robin ---- 45, 71, 73, 69, 89 Pence, Lacricia Phillips, Lou .,.. -----2 --------,-------,---- -- 45 45, 63, 69, 83, 87 Powell, Deanna .......,..,..... 45, 46, 64, 74, 75, 83, 87 58 Powell, Mike ............ 40, 45, 69, I Price, Faye ------- ------ 4 5, 69, 87, 167 II3 165, 166, Pryor, David ........ 42, 45, 93, I69, 170 Rains, Corky ........ 45, 165, 166, 167 Reagan, LaDonna ....... -.,, ....... 45, 87 Reding, Mike ,..,.... 45, 91, 113, 153, 165, 166, 167 Reinholtz, Gerald .....,, , ,,,.,,, 45, 168 Rhea, Konny ------ ----------- 4 3, 45, 91, 93, 158, X65 Ritter, Iudith .......... - .....,., 45, 98, 113 Russell, Mary Iane ...,...,.,,, 45, 83, 85 Rust, Louilla .......................,.........,,. 46 Sanders, Cherie ,,...... 46, 63, 69, 83, II3, 116, 149 Sarbakhshe, Anesseh ........ ,. ,... ..,,,,,, 4 6 Scherich, Ann ..,, ,....,. 46, 69, 73, 87 Schott, Val .... 46, 71, 91, 93, 162, 168 Schroeder, lack ,...,.,.......,,...,,,., 46, 81 Schroeder, Ioan ...............,........ 46, 87 Schweitzer, Kit ..............,...,........... 38 Sebring, Ted ,.......,.,.,.,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,., 38 Sewell, Betty Gail .... 46, 83, 85, 87 Sharpton, Mary ............,.,...,.....,..,.,,. 38 Sherman, Iohnny ....,....................... 46 Sherwood, Bob ......... - .....,,.......,.,., 46 Shingleton, Delores .......... 45, 46, 69, h 71, 98 Shipley, Norman ..... ....,......., 3 8 Shipman, Ruth ..,... .......,.....,. 4 6, 87 Short, Ieffery ........................ 46, 98 Simpson, Larry -,------ 44, 46, 71, 93 Sirny, Bob ,....,..,....... 46, 89, 91, 163 Sloan, LaVada .....,.......,......,,............ 46 Smith, Marilyn ........ 46, 83, 87, 96, 97, U4 Smith, Nancy ................,....... 46, II3 Smith, Sue ................ 46, 83, 87, 88 Sowlor, Iohn ,--- 46, 69, 71, 72, 73, 89 Spann, Pat ......................,.,............... 46 Spencer, L. W. .......,............,...1.,..... 46 Stephenson, Wilma ................ 46, 147 Stewart, Mary Ellen ..,..... 46, 83, 87 Strotter, Troy .........,..................,..... 38 Sumpter, Patsy ........ 46, 75, 83, 87 Swanson, Virginia ........ 47, 98, IIS Swisher, Richard ,..,......,...,............... 81 Tarlton, Larry ...... .................... 4 7 Taylor, 11111 ---,----- -------- 4 7, 91, 93, 113, 149, 163 Terrill, Carolyn ....,. Terrill, Monica ....... Tennille, Carl ...... Thomas, Iay ...... Thomas, Iohn ..,..... 47 47, 153 47 47 Thomason, Earlie ..... - ........... 47 Thomson, Tom ...... .......... 4 7 Treat, Roland ..,,.. ..,. ..... ....,..... 4 7 Upton, Mickey . ...... .,............ 9 1, 158 Venrris, Iudy ------- .----, 4 7, 75, 83, 87 Vest, Don .....,.,... .......... 4 7, 71, 166 Vick, Thelma .,... ................. 1 I5 Vick, Velma ..........,.,....................... IIS Waltman, Leslie ............................ 47 Ward, Iewell 45, 47, 69, 71, 96, 97 Warden, Phyllis ....... - .......,.,............. 47 Warren, Susan .,...... Washburn, Barbara 45, 47, 69, 71 3 8 Weber, Betty ................... .,........... Weeks, Don .,......... ....... 4 7, II3 Wehr, David ...,..... ............. 8 I Wheatley, Floyd ....... ...... 8 1 Wheeler, Richard ........ ...-.. 3 3 Whisenhunt, Iackie .... ...... 3 3 White, Ronnie ....,.. - .,.,,. 38 Whitefield, Gloria ..... .......... 4 7 whitely, Nicky ,,.... ........ 4 7, 98 Whitten, Iames ....... ..,....,. I I9 Williams, Eva Ioy Williams, Ierry ........ 47, 80, 81, 91, 165, 166, 167 Wilson, lim ........ ..........,.,,.......... 3 8 Wolff, Ioyoo -1,2 ,----- - ---- 47, 73, 83 Wolfe, Mary ...- ........ ....,., 4 7, 71, 98 Woods, Noel ........ .... ............... ,. 8 1 Young, Melvin ............,,.......,.......... 89 York, Tom ,,,..........,.., 3 ..,.,.,.,,,,,, -,., 47 Zuck, Kay -1,- 47, 63, 83, 87, 113 SOPHOMORES Abbott, Mary A1111-- 54, 83, 87, 94, 97 Angus, Eddie .... 54, 91, 113, 150, 166 Atkins, Sharon ......., 54, 83, 87, II3 Baumgartner Barbara ........ 54, 69, 87 Bear, Charles .....................,.,.... 54, 81 Beltz, lay .................... 54, 91, 113, 166 Bentley, Donald ........ 54, 69, 91, II3 Berger, Ierry ............,.. - ................... 54 Berger, Iim ..........................,........... 54 Bloom, Lillian Annette ....,... 54, 115 Bonnell, Roger ..,............................. 50 Booker, Kay ---- 54, 79, 83, 87, 95, 115 Bowers, Ioe ...............,.,,,..,,.,.,,....... 54 Bowman, Manual .,....,.,................... 54 Bradley, Iakie ..........,. .- ........... 81 Brake, Ralph ......... ...........,........ 5 4 Brinkerhoff, Iim .............,.. 54, 63, 166 Brook, Lina ---,-----1------ 54, 87, 94, 95 Brooks, Betty .................................... S4 Brown, Ethel ................................., 50 Brown, Lillie Pearl .,... ,.,...., 5 4, II3 Byrd, Ioanna ....,,...... ............. 5 4 Caldwell, Ierry ..... ........ 5 4, 91, Caldwell, Patsy ..........,............. 54, 79 Celarier, Maria ..............., 54, 87, 115 Chosbro, Iody -------- 54, 831 87: 94, 95, U55 150 Clark, Betty .................................... 54 Cleveland, Melissa .,...... 54, 73, 83, 87, 95, 115 Colclasure, Karen ..... ....... 5 4, 87, 95 Collin, Cynthia ........ ......... 5 4, 79 Compton, Keith .......,............... -... 50 Cook, Edward ................................ 54 Cooper, Carole ---- 54, 83, 87, 95, 115 Corcoran, Mary Nan ........ 54, 83, 115 Crenshaw, Larry ............................ .50 Cronk, Beverly ........................,. 55, 87 Davis, Helen .,,,.............................,.. 55 Davis, Sharon ........ 55, 63, 69, 71, 83, 87 DeLozier, Mary ........ 55, 63, 69, 71, 73, 83, 87, 89 Denyer, Patricia ,........,...,..,...,........... 55 Diggs John -------------------------------- 55 97 Dinsmore, Carla ....,.....,. 55, 89, II3 Dishman, Tom ,,,. ........................ 5 0 Dobson, Mary ................ 55, 69, 71, 89 Donaldson, Lon .,.,.,.,..,......... 55, 168 Dowell, Dwayne ...... ,.......... 5 5, IIS Douglas, Helen ..,,.... ..... 5 5, 69, 71 Eades, Iohnny ..,.,,.. ................. 5 5 Easter, Sharon .... ........ 5 5, 87, 95 Earnest, Sam ......... 55, 91, 163 Escue, Charles ........ 55, 89, 98, II3 Ewens, Bill .....,.......... 55, 91, 93, 113 Finley, Iane .....,..,......., ..... 5 5, IIS Firebaugh, Virginia ................ 55, 87 Fisher, Sharon ............,,,,,... 55, 87, 95 Fleming, Susan rrr......... 55, 69, 71, Focht Andrea ,,,.,,,. 79, 82, 87 64 1 I5 55, , 79, Foster, Charlotte ............ 55, 87, Fuller, Lanny .,,.,,.. Garner, Iohn ..... Garnier, Claire ,,,,,, Gerber, Iohn ........ IIS ss, Glad stone, Neal ,,,.... Greiner, Sally , ,...... Grooms, Ronald ,........... 53, 55, Hall, Ross ......,,,,... Ham, Iim ,..,.,... Harlan, Sue ,,,,, Handy, Don ,,,,, Harris, Lyndia ........ Heddleston, Darlene Helton, Lavada .,.,.... Henry, Roy ,.,.,... Henslee, lack ,,,.,,,. Hetrick, Vicki ....., Hill, Ronald .,,,,, Himes, Sandra ...... Hiner, Tommy .,,, 113 55, 87 53, ss, 83, 87 168 SS, 89, 91 56, 69 50 56, 64, 71, 79, 87, 113 56, 115 56, 87, 115 56, 87 56, 81 115 IIS IIS 56 163 IIS IIS IIS 69 167 56 163 IIS 71 IIS IIS 166 83, 113 98 IIS 113 IIS Hix, Anna .,..,....,.,,......,............,,,.,,.. 50 Hoffman, Linda ...,...,,,,,,,,, 56, 89, Honeyman, Georgiana .... 56, 87, Hooper, Iacqueline ,.,,.... 56, 64, Horn, Larry ............,.,,,..,..........,.....,, Horn, lim ,,,,,,,. 56, 69, 91, 114, Humphrey, Becki ,,,,.,,. 56, 114, Hume, Sidney ,....,., 56, 83, 87, Inciardi, Suzanne ...,.,,,.... 56, 87, Iarvis, Richard ,,,,1,.,............,,,. 56, Iay, Steve ........ 56, 64, 165, 166, Iimison, Ierry ,,,,...,......,.,,,,,,,,,.,,1....... johnson, Donald ,,,,,1,....1 56, 91, Iones, Delainc .,...... 56, 69, 87, Kays, Stanley ..1.........,.,,,,,,,,,,.... 56, Keeler, Ted ,,,,,,,,,,.. 56, 69, 87, King, Merlyn .,..,....,,,..,,.... 56, 87, LaFrance, Gary .........,,,,,.. 56, 91, Lagrone, Nancy ,,.. 56, 63, 71, 87, 95, Lamb, Iuanita ,........,..,,.,.,,,11,, 56, Langley, Barbara ,,1,. ...,. 5 6, 79, Lawson, Kerry ......,.,,,,1,,..,.. 57, 97, Ledbetter, Margaret ................ 57, Leininger, Phyllis ,,,.,..,.,,,,............,,, Leonard, Iane ............ 57, 64, 83, 57 87 Lynd, Ioel ..,..,.........,.. ....... - 50 Sewell, Berry ......... ..,.,......, . 50 MacAlpine Gordon ,,,,., ,,.,.. 5 7, 69 Sharpton, Sherry ..,,.. ....... 5 8, IIS McCaslin, Donald ...... .,......,.,,,...,.1 5 7 Shelby, Leanita ,,,.1....... ..,,.....,...... 5 8 McCroskey, Marilyn ,...,.., 57, 79, 87 Shingleton, Willard ..........,.,,,..,,,,,., 58 McCullaugh, Margaret ..,..,,,,,1. 57, 113 Shipman, Ellen ,,,.,.......,... 58, 79, IIS McGavock, Gwen . 57, 79, 87, 95, 115 Silvers, Dennis ...... ....... 5 8, 69, 113 McKaskle, Ann .... 57, 79, 87, 115 Slade, Lawrence ,......,.,..,,........,....,.. 50 McKinney Linda ,1..,,.,...,.,,,.....,...... 50 Smith, Anita ........ ,.,,,,.,,.,... , . 58 Malle, Diane ...,.... 57, 83, 87, 95, IIS Smith, Kenny ,.,,, ..... 5 8, 81 Manning, Donna .... 57, 79, 87, IIS Smith, Nishetta .... .,.,.., 1 IS Manuel, Iames ..............,....,1.....,..,., 113 Solick, lim .......... , W 58 Mattox, Bill ..,..........,... ..... 5 7, QI Speeglc, Clifton ..,.. ...,.. 5 8, QI Mayfield, Gerald ..,,,. ........ 5 0 Staley, Ioe .,.,..........,.. ,,,,,,,,,.1.,,., 5 8 Maxwell, Ioyce ....,,,.,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,......,,. 57 Stebler, Iudy .,,,..,..................,.... . 58, 87 Mirghanbary, Ali Reza .,..,...,,,,,,,,,,,, S7 Stokes, Calvarine ,,,,,,,,,,, 58, 79, IIS Mitchell, Glen .....,,.,,..,,.. 57, 158, 166 Stoneburner, Franklin .....,,,,,,,,,.,....., 50 Moore, Patty ............ .,,,,,,,,,,,.., 5 7, 63 Stratton, Mike ,.,,.,,......,...............,,,,,,, 58 Morris, Andrea .,,,,., ,...... .,..,,,. 5 9 Stump, Bobby ....,.......,,,.,,,,..,,... ..,.. .,... 5 o Morris, Bill ........... ........ 5 7 Swim, Martha ,.,,........ 58, 73, 79, 87 Morris, Io Ann .,,... ,,.,,,,.,., 5 o Swindle, Stefanie ,,........., 58, 69, IIS Moss, Arminta ...,.,, ,,..... 5 7, QI Temple, Kenny ...... ..,............ . .... 5 8 Murphy, Allen ..,.... ,,.,,,,,.....,,,., 5 7 Teter, Robert .,,,...............,,,,,,,,,,,,..... 50 Myers, Phil ,,,,,.,,,. ..... 5 7, 91, 163 Thompson, Robert ..,..,,.,.........., ,,,,,,, 5 8 Nelson, Carol .....,... ,,,.,,, 5 7, 79, 87 Thorne, Judy ..,.,,.. 58, 64, 69, 71, 87 Nelson, David ,.,.... ,,,,,.,,......,... 5 7 Tillman, Peter .,,...............,.,,,,,,,,.... 59 Nelson, Robert .,,..,, ........,,.,,., 5 0 Tomlinson, David ..,...,.,........... 59, 166 Nelson, Kristine .,,. ,.,,,,,,,..., 5 7, 87 Trompler, Wilma .... 59, 69, 83, 113 Nettleton, Anne ...... ....... 5 3, 58, 87 Turner, Marcella , ....,............,,.,,., SQ Newbold, Gary ...,,,,, ,..,.....,... 5 7, Ilj Verner, Tommy .,,.,......,....,,.....,,.,.,, 50 Newell, George .............,...... 57, 166 Wadsworth, Mike .....,.,,,,, 59, 91, 165, Noonan, Carol ,,,..,...... 57, 83, 87, 95 3 166, 167 Olmstead, Kenny ,,,.,,,,,...,.,.....,,,,,,,. 57 Wakelee, Carol ..,,., .....,.. 5 9, 87 Peery, Donna ...,.... 58, 63, 83, 87, Wakelee, Patty ..... ,,,, 5 9, 83, 87 95, Ilj Walkup, Iohnny ,,,,.....,.. ,,,,............ 5 9 Peters, Kenny .,.., , ,,,,......... ,,.,,,,,,,, 5 8 Waller, ludy .,,,,,,,,....,......,,,, 59, 115 Pricer, Dean ,....... ,.... 5 8, QI, 166 Walters, Sharon Iean ,,,, ....... 5 9, 79 Radford, Betty ,...... ,.,,,,,,,,,,,,..,. 5 o Waterfall, Kathleen ,.., 59, 63, 87, 95 Rains, Danny ,,..,,, ,,,,. 5 o Weaver, Tommy ...,,,,,,,,,,.,..,.. 59, 113 Raper, Phyllis ,..., ....,... 5 0 Weir, Linda .......... ,.,. 5 9, 87 Reding, Gene ,,,.1., ,,..., 1 66 Wheatley, Bruce ,,,,, ,,,,,, ,,...,, 5 0 Reynolds, lim ..,,,.,,. ,,,., 5 8 White, Karen ....., ....,. 5 9, 79 Rhamy, Frankie ,,,,,, ,.... 5 0 White, Robert .,.,... ..........,. 5 9 Ricord, Wilbur ,...... ,,,,,,,......,. 5 0 Whitefield, Iames ...... .,.,,,,,,,,,.... 5 9 Robbins, Fred ..,,.,,,,,,.1........,,.,,,,,,,, 58 Willard, Eileen ,,....,,, ,,..... 5 9, 79, 87 Robbins, Glenda .....,,.,,,, 58, 79, IIS Williams, Sidney ,...,,,,, ,,,,........,,,, 5 9 Rogers, Iohn .,,,,,..... ...,,..,,.....,... . 58 Williams, Virginia ...,.... .,.,,, 5 9, 69 Ross, Barry .........., .......,,,,,,,, 5 8 Wilsey, Larry ......,,., ........ 5 9, QI Ross, Elizabeth ......, ,.,... 5 8, 113 Wilson, Barbara .,,,, ...,. 5 9, 83, 87 Roth, Ioan ,,,,,..,,,.,.. ,,,,,,,,,.. 5 8, 89 Wilson, Bill ......, ...........,,,,,,,,,,.... 5 0 Sanders, Alice .....,,...,,........,,..,..,,,,,,, 58 Wise, Ioan ..,...........,,..,, 59, 63, 87, QS Schott, Mary Neva .,..,,,, 58, 69, 79, Wood, Wesley ..,... ....,.,,,,............ 5 9 87, IIS Woods, Richard ,1.,. .....,,..,,,........ 5 9 Sehrock, Kay ....,,,... .......,,,,,,,. 5 o Wright, lane ...... ,,...,, 5 9, 95, IIS Searcy, Kenny .... .... 5 0 Wright, Shelby ...,.. .,..,................,. 5 9 Frank lay . 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