Stratford High School - Bulldog Yearbook (Stratford, OK)
- Class of 1955
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Tb one who has been with us our four years in High
School and who has been both a fine teacher and great
friend, and has shown not only knowledge but also sym-
pathy, understandlng, and guidance Therefore, we w1sh
to express our appreclation and thanks by dedicatlng the
1955 Bulldog to yol., Mr. Stuckey
Sen1or Class of 1955
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Wandell Whiteg Dorothy Malloy
Herbert Sudikg Mary Williams
Betty Cosbyg Burna Lobaugh
Jane Sheppardg Yvonne Byford,
Barbara Griffing Judy Mase
Dorothy Summersg Zella Clark
Mrs. R. Forrest
The Annual staff of 19514-55,
May I say
For a grand job.
Our patrons, may I say,
The next time you pass your school,
Pause a moment
what this school means
And be grateful
Marvelous opportunities . . .
Recall the long dark centuries
When the Masses were kept in
when greed and oppression
The world with an iron hand.
From the very beginning of man's struggle for
And the recognition of his unalienable rights,
The school has been his greatest ally.
We refer to the school as
Because it belongs to us all,
It is ourselves,
In the education of our children.
But it is a
Most unco mon institution.
It is relatively new.
It is democracy's
Greatest gift to
Let us cherish
And improve .
Board of Education
Roy C Byford
W R Cole
J E Howell
Sid Griffin Jess Wbod
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Mr Richard Duty
Mrs. Edna Robertson
Mr. Ray Stuckey
High School Principal
Mr. David Jenkins
Mrs MaeS Duty
BA E nh Hrs Clara Austell
Speech A B English
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Mrs -3ubguForrest J D Connelly Bes 309 H0225 Clyde Knxght Mr 0 L Burney
Business B S Voc Agri Economics B S Ind A ts B A Music
J H Riddle Mrs J H R1dd1eJ T Black urn Coachllrs Maxine Endicottbirs Willie Simpson
AB-MA Science AB English BS History AB Sixth Grade BS Fifth Grade
Mrs -7 U C0m'l81lYlIrs Gertrude Forrest liss Rhth Burnett Mrs Edith Clark
B S Fourth Grade B S Third cl-me M Ed second GradeB s 1 2 Grade zrgnBeE:1er'I:-gtitgf-ada
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Band 3 yrs , President
of Senior Class, Track
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Ralph Watts Pep Club l Wendell White-Class Sec Doyle Sharber-Stude t
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Play, Vice President of F H A , Pep Club, Glee Senior C1355
Class Club, Honor Society,
Office, Senior Play
Donna J ill C11M'liI18 Ruddv I'e"15'C1a35 Lorena Donehew-Glee
F,H,A, l yr.5 Senior Reporter, F.F.A. 1 yr., Club 3 yrs.3 F.H.L.
Queeng Senior Play, Track 1 YTQS 50115-01' 2 yrs.
Honor Society P187
Lloyd Lee-F.F.A. 2 Raymond Henegar-F.F.A.
yrs.5 Track h YTS-3 h yrs.5 Pep Club l yr.
Pep Club 1 yr.
Mary Jane Williams
Nona McBroom F H A l Basketball h yrs ,
yr , Class Yell Leader F H A b yrs , Glee
Office 1 yr , Senlor Club 2 yrs , Freshman
Play Queen, Yearbook and
Guard Staff, Jwnlor
and Sen1or Play
Tbmmy Lunsford F F A Sonny Gr1ff1n F F A
3 yrs , Basketball 3 yrs , Junlor Play,
yrs , Baseball 3 yr Basketball 3 yrs
Baseball h yrs
s,PepClub2y'rs 2yrS,FHA hrrs,
lee Club l yr , Honor Glee Club 2 FTS 1 Year
ociety, Ju ior and book and Guard Staff,
en1or Play, Yearbook Junior and Senior Pl3Y,
a Guard Staff, Office 1 yr , Honor
ffice 1 yr SOC1ety
Fahn Turner Selby
Basketball h yrs ,
Softball h yrs.,
F H A. 3 yrs , Junior
Play, Yearbook and l
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Guard Staff, sen
Playi Junior Yearbook and Guard
Jlmmy Spurlock F F A
yr , Basketball 1 Arthur Watts F F A 1
Honor Soclety yr , Basketball 1 yr
Doris Jean Cherry-Glee
Club 3 yrs , F H A 2
yrs , Band 1 yr , Class
Song Leaderg Junior
Betty Cosby F H A 3
oathelene Forrester yrs , Softball I4 yrs ,
H A 2 yrs , Honor Junlor Play, Honor
2 yrs , bophomore
Allen Wood F F A li
B seb ll J yrs
gif ding l if , Honor
Curtls Reason Soc1ety, Basketball 2
yrs , Junlor and Sen1or
Junior Masters F F A
h yrs , Honor Society
John Danlel F F A 2
vrs , Track 1 yr , Pep
Club 1 yr , Basketball
Dorothy Summers F H A
2 yrs , Basketball 1
Yearbook and Guard
Ladue Nease F F A 2
yrs , Jun1or and Senlor
Play, Pep Club 2 yrs 5
Track 2 yrs , Basket
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Zella Clark-GleeC1ub 1
Yr , Yearbook and Guard
Staffg Offlce 1 yr
Herbert Sudik Band h
Senior Play, Yearbook
ana Guard Staff
DeVer1e Mercer F F A,
3 YTS , Pep Club 1 yr
Yvonne Byford F H.A h
yrs , Pep Club 2 yrs
Yearbook and Guard
Staff, Offlce 1 yr
Dannie Eeds F F A 2
yrs 1 Basketball 2 yrs
Pep Club 1 yr , Guard
Staff, Ed1tor in Ch1ef
Doyle Blttle F F A 2
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Louls Perry F F A U
yrs , Baseball 2 yrs L E. Ballard F F A U
Pep Club 1 yr , Honor
Theron Slmpson F F A 3
yrs , Basketball 1 yr
Baseball 2 yrs , Pep
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F H A 1 yr , Year
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Donald Callen F F L 2
yrs , Basketball 2 yrs
J.P. Williams-Pep Club
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yrs.5 Baseball 3 yrs.5
Honor Societyg Senior
Mary J Willlams
Betty L Cole
Dannle V ds
Dorls Jean Cherry
Burna D Lobaugh
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L E Ballard
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Dark curly hair
Wants to be
Mrs Bruce Corley
lst woman Pres
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Hot rod dr ver
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Mrs B Pace
Supt of S
HSue S Mann
Most engoyed pastlme
Dra Plnv Malo
Wr +1ng L tters
Ridlng the Range
G0lH9 to Ada
Golng to A Q M
Trylng new reclpes
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We, the Senlor Class of 1955, started out twelve years ago, or rather 1n l9h3, on the race
for education we've f1n1shed twelve years w1th 8 of us comlng all the way together, the rest
dropping ln at opportune tlmes to add thelr talents to our class
Fahn flurnerj Selby, 18 the f1rst I shall mentlon as comlng all the way Fahn has played
basketball and softball h years She had a leadlng part 1n our Junlor play and we were happy
have had her as one of our classmates
Doyle Bittle also has been w1th us for 12 years, and we've engoyed having h1m
We wouldn't want to forget Jane Sheppard, who started here in the f1TSt grade also She took
part 1n our Junior play and has been a great contrlbutlon to us
Ralph and Arthur Watts have also honored us by comlng all through grade and high school with
Ralph had a leading part in our Junior play and Arthur has CODtT1bUt9d much to our basket-
Curtls Rosson decided he would run the race with us too He has been a great proflt to our
class and to put it plainly, we couldn't have done without h1m
Ladue Nease and Raymond Henager have also played a b1g part in our class Raymond and
Ladue worked graclously at every thing given them
we were glad to have Lorene Donehew spend her first four years here She then declded she
would try Pra1r1e Grove the next four years of grade school Finally in our Freshman year she
came back to Stratford and is finlshlng with us th1s year
Yvonne Byford started w1th us 1n the first grade, went 6 months and declded she would go to
Corley to f1n1sh grade school We were fortunate enough to have her come back our Freshman year
She took part in basketball and proved herself very good
Donald Callen started wlth us in the second grade and has gone all the way except one
semester, but declded he llked Stratford better and came back We're glad to have had you Donald
Our second year 1n grade school brought us good luck Betty Cole came to us from Oklahoma
Clty and has been with us ever slnce She has contributed much to our class and took part in
our Jun1OP play
J P Will1ams, who entered our class in the 3rd grade, has played baseball an taken all
honors in Math We're glad to have had you J P
In our hth year Burna Dean Lobaugh and Royce Smlth added their names to our roll We have
been glad to have them as they have been very loyal class members
It's a b1rd, 1t's a plane, no, it's Roy Gray In our Sth year of school Roy declded he
would add his knowledge to our fair class Roy has become a p1lot and was our class president
our Senior year He also had a part in our Junior play
the 6th grade and seventh but moved the next year and d1dn't join our class until we had reached
the tenth grade M rl has very much muslcal talent and we're glad to have had him w1th us
It seems as though John Daniels had a hard tlme dec1d1ng whlch school he llked best, but 1n
the 6th grade he declded to stay with us John played a very important part on our baseball team
Our 7th year in school brought us Sonny Gr1ff1n from Ada He is a good boy, but resldes
in the offlce more than 1n class He played basketball for h years and took a lead1ng part in
our Junlor play
To our good fortune our 7th year also brought us Tommy Lunsford, Dannle Eeds, and Theron
S1mpson Tommy and Dannle played basketball M years and Theron took an active part in our
hlgh school band
Herbert Sud1k came to us 1n the eighth grade from Mounta1n View Herbert 18 our class
comedlan, but is also a very Wintelligentn pup1l
At the beglnnlng of our Freshman year we received, will1e Lawson, Zella Clark, Betty Cosby,
Judy Muse, Barbara Grlffin, Dorothy Summers, wandell White, Dorothy Malloy, Mary Jane Wllliams,
L E Ballard, Lloyd Lee, Junlor Masters, Louls Perry, Jlmmy Spurlock and Allen Wood from
surrounding schools This was a great help to our class in many ways They have been a very
8Ct1Ve group and we've engoyed working with them our four years of high school
Karlene Dav1s also came to us our Freshman year from McGee She was unable to f1nish w1th
us th1s year as she moved to New Mexlco the f1PSt of the school year
DeVerle Mercer and Doyle Sharber enrolled 1n Stratford H1gh our Sophomore year DeVerle
was one of our bus drlvers and a very good student Doyle came to us from Vanoss and proved 1m
self to be a very good pupil even though he 1S a llttle m1SCh19VOUS
Dur1ng our Jun1or year Irie Womack came to us irom Wynnewood we engoyed havlng h1m in our
class very much Ir1e had to drop out of school the flrst of this year for an operation but we
hope to see hmm back before the year 13 out Also 1n our Jun1or year we gained Ruddy Lewis He
took part 1n several class as emblies and was a very active part of our class
Donna J1ll Cummlns, Nona McBroom, and Dor1s Jean Cherry entered our class our Senior year
They each contributed much to our class
Concludlng our fabulous class 15 Cathalene Forrester, who declded to hurry through school
by graduating in 3 years and thus added her name to our class roll
Our Junior year was the year in Wh1Ch we worked our very hardest we gave our Junior play
'THE CANNIBAL QUEEN', and gave the Junior and Senior banquet at Murrary Lodge, Ardmore
At last came our Senior year These are the elements that fill our school years to the
fullest and make for lovely memories in the years to come
C L H I R Y
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M rl'Ross couldn't decide which he liked best - California or Oklahoma. He was with us in
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Billy J. lilliams
I, Boyd Matlock
Bin, cole Bubby Chinn Doris Killian Judy Lllbert Forrest Weis!
President ,ice President Secretary Treasure R0P0l'f-01'
Donnie Connelly Lessie Phillips Gustin lallgren 1
Reporter Sona Leader Sono-Leader Evylene In
SUP Chester Martin U8I'i0H DNV'
Jues Dillon 5P0"301'
Flarence Wal lee Williamson Mgry Freeman .Terry Turner Roxen. Austin
Llrn htton R. B. Betts Oth Lewelling ll!!! Irish! 'FIN UNI Ronnie Huh
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Shirley Tucker and Karl Hicks, Eighth Grade
Donna Cummins and Doyle Sharber, Senior
Perry, Crown Barrier
and Jerry Ashley, Freshman Class: Amybeth Connally and Charlie Burnett, Seventh
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Front Row Jimmy Sallee, Gene Cowin, Dannle Eeds, J P wlll1amS, B1lly Cole,
STRATFORD BOYS BASKETBALL SCHEDULE
The ffI'0Phy was won at the Elmore City all boys mutational tournamen
The Stratford boys won the Distrlct Tournament by aefeatlng Bylng 65 to 53
t as runners up
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Back row--Dorothy Summers-guard, Joyce Craig-guard, Glenda Burnett-guard, Cletta Maxev-
forward, Mary Jane Williams-guard, Elaine Lawson-forward.
Front row--Mr. Stuckey-coach, Betty Cosby-forward, Shirley Reynolds-guard, Fahn Turner-
Selby-forward, Jeannie Betts-forward, Yvonne Eyford-guard, Judy Lambert-forward.
STRATFORD GIRLS BASKETBALL SCHEDULE
Date Opponent Re sults Date Oppone nt Re Sults
November Mc Li sh Won January Wynnewood Won
November Latta Lost January Maysville Won
November Byng Lo st January Davi s Won
November Wayne Lost January Paoli Won
November McLi sh Won January Parnell Won
November St onewall Lo sf, February Wynnewo od Won
De cember Paoli Won February Elmore Lost,
De cember Perne 11 Won February Maysville Lost
De ce mbe r E lmore Won Fe bruary D avi s Won
De cember Latta Lost February Stonewall Lost,
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Reporter Song Leader y g JOYCC Watts
Dixie Elmore Richard Robertson Jo Ann White Barbara Standrige
Barbara Roland L. B. Williams Sandra Adams Jerry Ashley
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JUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL GIRLS
TOP ROW: Mr. Ray Stuckey, Judy Jones, Linda Savage, Peggy
Penner, Shirley Reynolds, Janice Mercer, Jimmie Betts,
BOTTOM ROW: Glenda Burnett, Pat Williams. Elaine Lawson, Retha Muse,
Joyce Craig, Beverly Corley
Trophies were won at the Davis Invitational Tournament and the
JUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL BOYS
Top Row Duane Rosson, LaVoyd Willis, Jerry Ashley
Donald Moore, Mr Joe Tom Blackburn, Coach
BOTTOM ROW Rlchard Robertson, Billy Smxth, LaDon Morrms
Marion Childs Carlon Cosby
hey W0n the runners up throphy xn the county meet
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Top Row Y Qyford, L Uherry, D CUWmlHS, N Wllllams, B Cole, J Fuse, N McBroom, J Nhlte
D Summors, B Cosby
Mlddle Row Miss Skagrs, K LDd1COtt, E Nillsap, C Forrester, J Cralg, G Jurnett, M Freeman
D Allllan, E Lawson R Muse, J Mercer
Bottom Row E Jones, J Andrews, J Betts, B Corley, J Watts, L Nood, J Betts, N Sudlk,
Top ow left to rlgnt B Grs tnan, D Conna1y, B fr mg, R Gray, f er 1 F Pallxrd H Hen 1
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T,MOPT1S, J Ashley, H Uet+s, J T r er, C Powell, L Perry, A Wood, I Joou, U Mercer, U Ieweillnf
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