Taloga High School - Panther Yearbook (Taloga, OK)

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'Y' '-lui' Velma Holland Paaliue Co 11 r Softball U Softball 3 mrack 2 Track 2 Yearbook Staff 'Bolts and Nutsn Basketball 2 Yearbook Staff fab Leon hard Ronnie Fercer Basketball U Basketball U Baseball U Baseball U Good Gracious Grandma 4 H Club M Comin' 'Round tne Band 3 Mountain "Good Gracious Grandna Yearbook Staff Gomin' 'Round tne Moantain Yearbook St1"f 11. 'im Dennis Meyer Kendel Kouns Basketball H Basketball M Baseball U Baseball M Band 1+ Band 3 Good Gracious Grfmdlm "Good Gracious Grandma' Comin' Round the Comln' 'Roun-1 the Mountain Mountain Yearbook Staff Yearbook Staff N0ff The Track' , 5 5 ' 1 l to t an -.. -.- I 7 L Q ..- . , -- , 1 . el . 4 O B be V -4! A . -.. -- -... , -.. ... . . -... N ' I 1 . . K . R Juaqu'n Calkins Reporter Basketball M Softball U Track M Comin' Round the Mountain 14-H Club Y rbook Staff 433 Nelda Coyle Basketball--3 Softball--M 'Good Gracious Grandma' Comin' Round the Mountain Track--3 LL-H Club--1 Chorus-1 Yearbook Staff Dixie Gastineau Baak tball So ftball 1+ Tr4ck 2 Comin' Round the Mountain 'Good Gracious Grandma Chorus 1 Y rbook Staff Theta Hulett Track-b Softball--lt Comin' Round the Mountain Band--1 Chorus--1 Yexrbook Staff 5 , v ' S A " yyf' rdf . - Q x - ' 4 X, ,fin if ' L Q 1 34211 A A ,1 e --U I 112 11' ?'x 9 V Cf' f5 ,, ' Aa R S ri adj' I Class History In l9b0, we started our Journey to the goal line that we have been struggling so hard to reach Some of us reached it and some did not We find our trip to be a hard one but an enJoyable trip The trip was a slow one but of course we d1dn't use any gasoline We walked along slowly and did the work to the best of our ability We finally reached the goal to be an honorable Senior of 1952 fron 'Good Taloga High' We started off our first grade with the following Robert Rogers, Carter Steers Leon Ward Milfred Wiess Darrell Stinson, Patricia Boatlan lelda Coyle, Charleen Gardner Ethel Koehn Roma Ioehn Ruby Lewelling Peggy Lovett, Marion Stover Joan Saxelid Gail Saxelid Betty Mays, Billie Covington, Leroy Ferrell Jackie Jickson Elmer Lewelling and Elmer North Our teacher was Mrs Hilton who helped us through the first grade and passed us to the second the tins the second year rolled aroun the following decided to leave us Billie Covington Leroy Ferrell Ethel Ioehn Marion Stover and Betty Mays, we gained the following to take their place Jill Carter Wayne King, Betty Ward, Ruth Bishop Pauline Ferguson Velma Houry Patsy Todd and Jeffie Peary The same teacher worked with us again the third grade, we lost llner Lewelling, llner lorth Robert Rogers, Milfred Weiss, Wayne King Betty Ward Patricia Boatman Ruth Bishop, Ruby students Joined our ranks Iendel Kouns Ila Engle Barbara Johnson and Dixie Gastineau the fourth grade we lest Darrell Stinson Jackie Jackson and Dixie Gastineau but we gained Sella Stephenson the fifth grade we gained Ray Hermanski, Dixie Bailey Virginia Warren but lost Jimmie Carter, Velma Houry Ruth Livingston Jean Saxelid and Selma Stephenson entered the sixth grade and gained: Gene Webb Vera England, Gaylene Mathews, and Ruth Livingston moved back but we lost Ray Hermanski Rona Ioehn, and Virginia Warren Going forward to the seventh grade we fou d that we had lost Gene Webb Dixie Bailey Vera England and Ruth Livingston low we have reached the happy years of Juhior High Being in the eighth grade we were all happy because we were to graduate from grade school to a Freshman This year Janes lnyart Juaquin Calkins, and Eugene Jones joined the trip we were taking Ila lngle left to Join a group in Oklahoma City At last we progressed to being 'Green Freshman ' yes, we were green but we were all as happy as could be We started off our highschool years with s bang We were initiated the second week of school More fun! wearing old onion and garlic necklaces we smelled like Sir Skunk For our Annual Highschool Basketball Qneen Contest we elected Juaquin Calkins In this year we started playing ball Those who went out for all sports were: Jean Batchett, Dixie Gastineau, Juaquin Calkins lheta Hulstt, Ruth Ann Cline, lolda Coyle Barbara Johnson, Dennis Meyer lugene Jones, Carter Steers, Leon Ward Ronald leroer, and Iendel Kouns By 0 3 Ia , Lewlling, Gail Saxelid, Patsy'Todd, an Jeffie Peary. The following new In I O I In : , , We 9 During our Freshman year we gained Joan Hatchett, Ruth Ann Cline, Theta Hulett Ronald Mercer, Velma Miller and Dixie Gastineau In our Sophomore year we gained one and lost one We lost Ruth Ann Cline, who moved to Putnam and gained Lloyd Muno We elected a basketball king and queen this year Eugene Jones was elected as king, and Dixie Gastlneau, as queen The eleventh grade was reached, and still we plodded onward Our Junior year was a pretty special year because we could look forward to the banquet and our Junior play, 'Good Gracious Grandma', directed by M Crabb The final highlights of our Junior year was our trip In our Junior year we had a sign hanging on the wall which read, 'Hope, work, and Success' Hope for a date Work for a man for girl, and wonder why success d1dn't come Well some of the girls were successful Barbara Johnson married Bobby Dan Mayfield Velma Miller married J B Holland The rest of the class is still hoping and working but they had no success In our typing class M Sherrill gave us tests and took the four highest te Enid to the typing festival They were: Theta Hulett, Juaquin Calkins Joan Hatchett, and Barbara Johnson Theta won the individual cup We lost Lloyd Muno in our Junior year we hear that Lloyd is married Theta Hulett was elected Finally we reached the goal to be Seniors for which we had been working so long to find This year was a year of nan sad and happy moments We lost Mr Sherrill who we all wished could be here to take over the sponsorship, but we find M Wilson to be a good man for the Job This has been a of hard work but we can say that we all enjoyed every moment that we worked We elected Nelda Coyle as our senior queen Our Senior play 'Comin' Round the Mounta1n" We are still wondering how 'Pa' Dennis 'Ma' Selma get their family married off so easily as they all seemed little 'tetched in the haid ' For our Senior Day we went to Weatherford, Everyone enJoyed the day even if it did rain and we didn't get to see the queen crowned We could have a queen in this contest, so we elected Juaquin Calkins for our candidate On Senior sneak day we all went te Craterville and all came back reporting a pleasant day We are ending this year with Pauline Ferguson married to Richard Green, Selma Stephenson engaged to Mike Stuteville and Joann Hatchett engaged to H R Ellis five old maids are left they are Juaquin Calkins, Theta Hulett, Dixie Pauline Collier Good luck girls, keep trying We wish the girls who are engaged to have a now trying to finish our Senior year and we are last School trip The graduating Seniors are Dixie Gastineau, Theta Hulett, Juaquin Calkins, lelda Coyle, Barbara Mayfield, Selma Stephenson Jean Batchett, Pauline CGreenJ Ierguson, Velma fMlllerJ Holland, Pauline Collier, Dennis Meyer, lugene Jones, Carter Steer Ronnie Mercer, Leon Ward, and Iendel Kouns. year VII ll Gastineau, Nelda Coyle, and because this is leap year happy m rried life We are also looking forward to our By Juaquin Calkins D I ' U s e e s U C Annual Queen this year. 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I d s f 3 . up 5 a s e so 0 I WILL AND TESTAMENT We the Senior Claes of 1952, of Taloga High School, of Dewey County, City of Taloga, and State of Oklahoma, being of sound mind and body after four strenuous years, do hereby make, publish, and declare this as our last and best will and testament, hereby revoking all former wills bequests and devices of whatever nature of form heretofore made by us We, the Seniors of 1952 will to the faculty our regular habits and the excuses we are so good about bringing from home the Juniors we extend to them the right to accept or Thlect 111 C81'V0d md battered desks and all our Senior dignity the Sophomores we will our ability in long argument that gets us anywhere and our dislike for getting down to business the Freshmen, we will our fondness for coke and chewing gum and our skill in hitting the waste baskets with paperwads wish to will the following things to our following classmates CARTER STEERS I wish to will nv basketball suit with the lipstick on the seat of it and sv ability to keep from fouling out to Jimmie Moore EUGENE JONES: I will my ability of making good excuses to go somewhere such as Clinton to Richard Squires DENNIS MEYER I wish to will my ability to foul out in basketball to anybody that will accept it typing period to !ett Stidham LEON WARD: I will ng ability of getting my lesson prepared on time Dale Hallmark ENDEL KOUNS I Will ny ability ef getting along with the teachers to Larry Speer SELMA STEPHENSON I wish to will all the cute stories I ever heard Arlene Blaine BARBARA MAYFIELD I wish to will the lanohroom sinks to Bennie Welch JOAJI HATCHITT I wish to will q temper to Avis Hulett HELDA COYLE I wish to will my winning personality of winning boys to Lrdith Ann Gastineau DIXIE GASTINEAU I wish to will my ability of being able to follow basketbsll instructions that Mr Morris gives to llareen Butler THETA HULETT: I wish to will U ability of staying up all night to the future old maids JUAQUIN CALKINS I wish to will q speed and endurance all charming personality to Betty Moore PAULIHE BEEN! I wish to will q ability of writing love letters to Rena Mae Exqart YELHA HOLLAND! I will W typing ability to my little sister Helen Killer PAULINE COLLIIRx I will ly ability of being at the top of the gossip list to Laura Westover ERNEST WILSON: I will q ability of carrying the name of Senior sponsor to anyone who is crazy enough to accept the Job and name To , To , To We J : BONNIE MERCER: I will.nU ability of playing basketball the last few minutes of . I to 2 to CLASS PROPHESY I start out on my long and undecided Journey to find my Senior Classmates and sponsor of 1952 They were of worn out carcasses and rattled brains when they left the school of Taloga I traveled in my little helicopter to find the following seniors who were in the following places and settled in their chosen occupations It took me several days to find n classmates I started out in Taloga Oklahoma, and flew all over the United States I first flew west of Taloga and as I was flying over, I saw something that looked familiar to me, I landed in a wheat field and walked up to a big ranch house where I found Carter Steers, who had not only married Joan Hallmark but also who had acquired a big cattle ranch They also they were raising four little I left Carter's house and continued my flew on out the westward way where college at Colorado Iendel plans not only had a big herd of cattle but red heads Journey to find the rest of the class I I found Iendel Iouns plodding away in to be a teacher as some of his teachers were during his school days I left Iendel wishing his good luck for the future years After leaving I continued my long Journey on which I had already been for a week and a half I flew up to Montana and attended a big rodeo And to m surprise as I was watching and listening, I heard that lugene Jones and his sons were the owners of these big rodeo grounds It was one of the biggest rodeo grounds in the United States I went up to see him and then he took me to meet his wife and two sons I visited with him and his family until the rodeo was over After leaving Montana I was flying along and making circles over Arizona I looking over the country, I saw a big corn patch and saw someone out there that was taller than the corn stalks And then all of a sudden a thought corn uch Meyer raise popcorn to the house and become Pauline sell After lan ing hy his corn patch I went up my surprise I found Pauline Collier had recently She and Dennis had Just recently been married and had decided to low, I had seen five of the seniors and there eleven left to see So I cranked up my little helicopter and flew off into the wide open spaces Traveling over Washington I saw our most popular girl Nelda Coyle who was secretary to her husband Jerry Don Day in his law office that he had just established in Washington, D C After leaving Washington I flew over Utah to see if any of our 1952 Seniors had settled there Yes, I found Theta Hulett, one of our little Senior girls with a very sweet personality, married to L B larp Theta had a Job working in the All State Hospital as the head nurse low, I have made Oklahoma, Utah, Arizona, Colorado, Montana, and Washington California was next visited, and while in the state I decided to go through Hollywood As I went through Hollywood I saw one of our little blondes who had become a broad way star And guess who it was, Dixie Gastineau using the name of Louise Grable She had real long blonde hair and was starring 0 I U i e I came to me that it must be Dennis Meyer, and it was. He was raising pop- to e to Since I had learned to speak Mexican, I decided to fly over into Old Mexico PROPHESY CONT 'D in a big picture by the name ef 'Good Old Oklahoma' I attended the show and found it to be a really good show Dixie said, that she enjoyed putting the show on because it reminded her ef our 1952 play, 'Comin' Round the lbu.nt1n"' I left California after the show to visit another schoolmate Selma Stephenson, who was located in New Mexico where much to Q' surprise, Selma was teaching a group of little brown skinned boys and girls who, she said were supposed to be Mexicans I could not understand them or could I talk to them She told me just to talk shorthand, so I did She was teaching shorthand since she had loved it so well in her highschool career I had a difficult time finding her 'because I had forgotten what her l'1ance's name, but finally I remembered that it was Mike Stuteville, who was working in the oil derrecks in Mexico While flying over the country I saw someone sitting on the coast watching for something It was Barbara Mqfield who had a happy face I walked up hebind her and asked what she was watching so line look on her closely She said that she had just gotten word that her husband Bobby Dan Mayfield was to land there at the coast that day What a happy meeting for the both of us, me to meet her and then her to meet Bobby Dan and me both I have been wandering around and seeing so much that I did not realize how long I had been traveling It was place in Texas to try to find to be a cowgirl Barbara had Seniors I flew over sure enough there was ranch They were out arrived that day We of the Seniors going on my third month and I had visited one of our little girls who had always longed given me information about several of the to lllkhard, Texas, to see if that was the place and Joan Hatchett mrried to H R lllis who had a big riding the range and rounding up their cattle when I had quite a little visit about this end and that one Leaving Texas, I flew over a big Army base In Little Rock, Arkansas, to see if any of our boys were there, but instead of boys I found Pauline Ferguson who had married Richard Green and was living with him until he had served his country They had a baby girl After visiting a day with Pauline, Husband, and daughter, I found out where I could find another one of our seniors It was Velm Holland, who had married J B Holland during her school career They were living in the village of houses close by the Army base I had visited everyone now except two boys I flew over toward Florida and there I found lon sitting up in an orange tree with an orange in his mouth, one in his right hand, and one in his left hand, then at the same time trying to sing 'Carry Ile Back to Old Oklahoma' I knew at the time I heard his voice that it was Bonnie Xeroer located somewhere in an orange orchard I left on my Journey with no place in mini to go except just travel until I found the only one that I had not visited at last I found Leon Ward running a big drugstore He had finished his degree in Pharmacy at llorman, Oklahoma, and had built himself a big drugstore right in the big center of Oklahoma City approxlmatelynone-half of the class. I left Old Mexico in July for some 'ax f" QJJ-'J S 62323 S .9 ff Q iffy Raw QW JUNIQRS M ,I ,,h f Q W f al I -5 W " - -Sify' ' . - I L j i?Cv4"a I NX, X I Nelva Hebari r 4 Jimmie Moore Dale Hallmark Reporter Sec. Q Treas. Blanche Link Vi e President Nett St1dham President Chxrlns Viller Cleon fvana Rena Lrt JUNIOR CLASS One of the first things we did this year was to elect our class officers W appointed lett Stidham--President, Blanche Link Vice-President, Dale Hallmark Secretary, and Jimmie Dale lbore as our news reporter started the year with eleven members, lett Stidham, Dale Hallmark, Glenn Gastineau, Cleon Evans, Charles Miller, Jlmie Dale Noere, Blanche Link, lhrciea Frazee, Helva Hebard, Rena Mae llnyart, and Pauline Collier After a short time we lost Glenn Gastineau who is new attending the Clinton High School Having lost Glenn that lade us an even battle between the boys and girls because there were five 'boys and five girls elected Miss Coulter for our class sponsor and want to thank her for putting up with our meaness Since we are allowed only two class parties, we have had several parties given in the homes of the class members We are saving those two Parties for the end of the year Our main event was when we presented our class play 'Bolts and Nuts' by Jq Tobbias which was said to have been a great success After the play we, with our dates, went to lIett's house and played some games We all had a other good things We managed to keep the following members on the basketball squads On the boys we had Jimie lbore, lett Stidham, and Dale Hallmark as manager On the girls we had lelva Hebard and Blanche Link Our candidate for the basketball queen was Blanche Link Having won the contest the past two years, the Junior class feels very proud All of the class enrolled in Typing I and have had a hard struggle to get our assignments in on time Seems like we can't keep from making errors We have sold candy and helped in the kitchen We were very thankful that we get to have the County Tournament and District Tournament here Ve have our hepes built up to get to go out of state All the Junior girls are going out for softball and we hope at least part of us make the teams Us completed the year by looking forward to the Junior Senior Banquet and the Junior Senior trip . e We ' We good time and had very good refreshments of sandwiches--cake--pop-and some SOPHOMGRES 06? : 1 ab X Z P 9 SAI' Billy Clark Jnnett Ducketi 'fx Arlene Blaine Ranae Clark fx fi Deryl Wakemar Shirley Gfre Anita Claytcn Karl West Ancel Peckham Patsy Brasher Joann Hallmark .arr- J eer ' em Xe ' 15' 5 1 - ' fs' 4 .4 I 'N Y 1. 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SOPHOMORI Last year's crop of green freshmen started this year as the smartest Sophomore class ever to enter the portals of Taloga High We thought, Our sole objective in life for the first couple of weeks was thinking up ways to make the freshmen miserable Ask the freshies if we were a success W think we were our first class meeting we elected Billy Clark, President Janet Duckett vice president and Arlene Blaine, secretary Richard Douglass was elected class reporter, but he later resigned and Ranae Clark took his place We started the year with 26 members but we gained Richard Kimball and Patsy Brasher We're just as party happy as ever but because of all school regulations we could only have one party each semester The one for the first semester was planned as a skating party We went to Woodward and spent a wonderful evening There was only one thing wrong the skating rink was closed W that our second one was also planned as one We had loads of fun We are proud to say that the following members of our class made the high school basketball teams Karl West, Billy Clark, Larry Speers, Deryl Wakeman, on the boy's team. Joann Hallmrk, Janet Duckett, llareen Butler, Anita Clqton, Arlene Blaine, Ranae Olark, Shirley Gore, and Reeta Miller, on the g:lrl's team Arlene and Ranas distinguished themselves by being the officers and only two members of the R 0 B W Kloyal Order of Bench Warmers D Our candidate for basketball queen was Joann Hallmark, who came in second with 872 lb Ancel Pecham, the he man of the Sophomore Glass, Billy Clark, and Janet Duckett, were chosen to participate in the Junior Play We found out all library news from the two best librarians in the game, Betty Moore and Ellen Brown We also found out who was in trouble, why and which teachers were nking out tests All the rest of the office news came from Janet and Anita, our two office girls Troy Oanningham, Franklin Mercer, and Karl lluno are running a close race te determine who is the loudest boy in high school Lrdith Gastineau and Avis Hulett, cousins, are good friends until the subject of Wayne Bullock arises hen the fur starts flying The Sophomore class wishes to take this opportunity of expressing its appreci ation to our sponsor, Miss Ann Iangbehn for being such a grand sponsor also we wish to thank the rest ef the faculty for putting up with our innocent pranks and being so patient with us this past year e B e 9 At 3 , Q : . O - 2 e : V s 0 went to a show instead. The idea of a skating party was such a good one g. my GQ? EN FRESHM Q III' if 'fr' I' 1 Ks if j , ' 0 - 5 x W xk j ! 1 , I , lllllqu W, I 'T A"'5- .Q , 4 1 Y. Jernv ,fe Gay Blaine Mxxruen Palm-r - ' -arx 1? 'fl .1 Larry Cairins Gu: Petree John Gxlchrist E'vin Evans 1' Q Hdyn,no nerry Velma Foster Lawrence Farris Carolyn Kunc '55 42? Xl. gr Q A Bonnie Welch Earl Stidham Marna Moore Donald Coyle ff, 'Mn K ' 'C ' IB' U lChZ1I'L 5 uiree 'WW' Jorma Carter Irven nut er 1 IL A Frank Shaffer Trvz V1-get pl '1 Helen Miller Z! eff W' 1 L nu destcver 5l'WWW 1 J Kay Kounu Jane Juclfson 1? is rff"" f A17 Ao willaru Fcrnm me Anna Adair Wm' 41 Wrtle Shoopman 'A . ,s U - , , ms L I-.. . I DI - x J 1' .. ' i ' :Z ' E F3 K "f'Iy,,,,, A jf?-.vw Q.., ,, ' Law I ' , 'L""if"'f"' ' 5, 424 Y iid? I .YV"f'jWS'?W' 3' W 45' W ' A2 fp -A K :A , . ff M 5 , ,Q V - J 1,31- X i 3. L mm ' ': ' 1 - 'H f - 1 , ' . ,V I V, ' 1' " ff ,ss ,J A, M ' ,A , 4 I 4' f 7 Q k Q ' 1 fy if . 4 1 8 I . V 5 A Q Q A - , Y V ' ' T I I I ff, , , gp? I ' - tl A 245' , V I ' , 'W . 'C I Q. ef ' . ,i",4.-Y .X FRESHMAN We started the year as 'Green Freshmen' with 28 on roll. We thought we were getting big, but they took some of it out of us. During initiation we had to wear rotten vegetables around our necks, and initiation night we had to eat cat eyes and cooked worms Saxon, who was our home room teacher and sponsor, left at the close of the first semester, after which Mr Morris began directing our course had six boys on the Junior High Basketball team and seven girls on the Junior High Basketball team Last fall and this spring five boys received baseball suits lost John Ray Gilchrist to Selling after the first semester and gained L d: Lovett who later left us for the second time Our first party was out to Iorman's the second one at Teen Town a d the last one we went to Woodward Our boys' Junior high team had fourteen straight wins which gave them a perfect record Our girls lost four times to Leedey and those were their only losses We are leaving this class open to the next bunch of suckers and wish them luck We intend to pour it on them thick next year Our girls this year took Home lc, English, Math, Oklahoma History, and Civics The boys took the same subjects except Home Bc, and they took science instead Well here we are with only six more weeks of school, and then we shall be Sophonores We were glad we were so far along Our class officers were as follows: President -Jerry lowser Secretary 5 Treasure Gay Blaine Reporter -Jerry Clark We have the biggest class in high school The boys out nudber the girls with fourteen and the girls, only thirteen HI. we We ::D4:cnT:::Dd.::::.i:::ot::t: u N D ERC LA S s M EN I I: No.5 '? 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Cb X 'Luv Chnr'tv akivvll ,vw- ll Bruce debnrd 'if ---nf Uo1n'i C 7 P Betty :ox Jay o nv Zelda Suntwr Alice Farri' ry FiP"s Kar n Go Be'1 Fox Cara1 Wi non Billv Petty Pete Wh rxtt Henrv Svrqm .1 Carolyn ryer Q 1 s Q-yno1's FIRST GRADE X .dxf 'infv Hickman 7PT1e J' nie Snparg 'erry Fimbrll 'Sf 41 - 'i' , Ag , K 'i' . , 'M - 4 ' . - e re -1 I x f L Q ' ,f , A' x .I ' ' . . 'TJ5MWFM3 'hf" , 152525 '11 'A -Zi, . V, 1 I - ai o ,. . ,L QNiv,!l Lar ,., fr ' , ,1' V413 M giwi - Mix - K 1 -23 j z . Vs V ZS": " - Y V . ,l- M., A fig 'Ili-if - '-I - A , " C .. -' - - NWT' 1 U y 355, bow' r Jr . ., M iz, . - - AT HLE TIC S X W? SPORTS WRITE-UP The Talega Hlgh School basketball boys Senior Hlgh team had a very successful year agaln thls yexr V gathered up 957 potnts whlle our opponents could only gather up 937 for themselves Our boys won 16 out of 2? games which made a 695 average wln Our average polnts for each game were! Jlmmle Moors,ll Carter Steers, 11 Dennis Meyer, 7, Deryl Wakeman, M Billy Clark, jf average points for the year was Larry Speer, lj Carl West, 15 Hett Stldham ll lugene Jones, 2 Ronnie Mercer, 5 Gene Jackson Zh Irven Butler 2 In the Dlstrlct Tournament the team won second place The Senior Hlgh Girls team met with stiff competltlon Although they won very few games, they never gave p They kept right on trying and racked up a total of 520 polnts whlle the opponents made 499 e average winnings scored 3 of the games played Points for the Senlor Hlgh glrls were as follows Janet Duckett, U09 Joann Hallmark, 153 Nelva Hebard, 125 Arlene Blalne, 2 Blanche Link, 60 Marnn Moore, 36 Gay Blaine, 2 Carolyn Kunc 2 Laura Westover, 2 The glrls brought home two trophles one was the thlrd place ln the County and the other was the second place trophy which was taken at the Leedey Invitational tournament The Junlor Hlgh boys had what you mlght call a perfect season for the year They went down undefeated for the year Ilrst place was won ln the County Tournament Tdward the last of the season two players John and Truman Gilchrist moved away We are expecting more years llke this from these boys because they have good material ln the group The Jr High girls played good ball the whole year They also have some very flne material for later teams The Grade School boys won one thlrd place trophy at the Mutual Invltatxonal In all, there were seven trophdes won this year by the teams of 'Old Taloga Hlgh School ' GIRLS OPPONENTS Ildarado Putnam Butler Butler D111 city Camargo Mutual Oakwood Putnam Dlll Clty Selllng Richmond Mutual Selling Oakwood Camarge Crawford Suppl! Lamaxgo Camargo Oakwood Vlce Arapho Invitational Tournament, Leedey: ' County Tournament, Taloga: f District Tournament, Tnloga: Eldaradc Putnam Butler Butler Dlll Clty Camargo Mutual Oakwood Putnam Dlll City Selllng Rlchmond Mutual Selling Oakwood BV Camargo Stafford Putnam Cloud Chief Vlcl Oakwood Thomas Arapho Leedey OPPONENTS 1 s 0 5: ' n : : ' u . 1 0 ' . Th 91 . v : vm wr: zo 32 32 17 22 23 26 22 33 U0 33 31 35 38 52 U7 27 39 29 2 8 38 U0 36 32 30 U7 U7 36 25 26 39 27 3? Vlcl 28 38 Vlcl U0 3 8 36 27 32 39 U9 25 21 '43 60 3 5 37 31 35 U0 36 27 30 20 19 3 8 05 U 3 53 29 zo iw 36 2 8 ny 36 43 I 56 33 30 33 30 32 2 1 22 27 1 21 iw 1 35 25 1 30 35 I ' 5 U6 36 1 U1 U1 0 uh bb ' 60 26 - 22 2 8 ' 31 U1 ' 35 52 I 39 32 i 37 52 f U? 36 I 60 5 V 4 ' f ,.-A 4 if i gifgg ' A ld ,f ,Q iw g . , I f 5 Q - s 'Q f- fn A r 9, 21 cv '11 5. if I ,J V 1 i wig ,if M: I aa un!! Q ,549 .Ag in nr TM X Seated Rose Hatchett Beth Adair, Lxu we 'Q r eeA A 1 Arr Butler, Vicxen Gore, an Cr! te vu e iin Margie Coulter coach Iknna Jenrne e rter url Mrureen Pa' er Kneeling Chafee Helurd Jerr' C .rf .1-'nr-ie u. ln le 1' willis Standing! Rickard Squires, Gene Jackson, Dean bl tk, Irven Butl r, and Jhhr eg Morris. Coach. ' Z ' , 'A x'?f Hes.'ve , L nnn 'di r, Martha '.. . l 5 f s ne V 1 n, P. Standing! Jewel Miller, Marna Moore, Carolyn Kunc, Guy Blaine. Petty Link, 1 - , , , X ,. RL , .u v' .31 Q . I I , . .. g A ,f , , 5 13 ', ', . '23 e T 5 Baumer, ln. - :.j. 1 l A .-q . .- . :.' N 1-1? a H1'cnett, Ida En5 rt, Mnrthx Anr Butler, Mwrna Bonre Laura newtover C r 1 1 Xunc and Coach, John Mo ris xkj 7' Carter Steers, Carl heat, frvin Butler, Dennis Meyer, hendel Xounq, 'ick rd Squires, Net! Stidham, and Mr. Morris. Jirmie Moore, Gene Jackson, Deryl dakeman, Eugene Jones, Larry Speer, Donald Coyle, Jerry Clmrk. JUNIOR HIGH GlRL'S TRACK TEAM BOY'S BASEBALL SQUAD 3 i W I I M. 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