Tuttle High School - Tiger Tales Yearbook (Tuttle, OK)

 - Class of 1950

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.. 'q"'lQ. ,- .4 S-4 VD -- ....f- 4 ' 1' fi ln 'Q , 'N 3 19 N . a A '- "UQ 1 i F' JK ' ff If I, -fr' 'f .1 C 4 xv JH. '3 Wlvl' ' "'u"" -..,.-in ,., ' 254' . .., me-....n FOREWORD The UTiger"Annual staff, in publishing the 1950 year book, has tried to record some of the events and all the familiar faces that have made the past year a most unforget- able experiences to the students of Tuttle High School. Our only regret is that these pictures cannot express the seemingly insignificant everyday happenings that have enriched our lives. To all the contributors to our cause, to the Board of Education, and to the faculty who so patiently directed us through the years, and especially to our parents who made innumerable sacrifices that we might have these educational opportunities, we owe a life long debt. STAFF 2 DEDICATION LIQSDQIQNJQIQNJQIQNJQIQNJQIONJ xmpressxon 1s made by a person w1th whom you have come xn contact In the case of the Sen1ors 1950 thxs person IS o r sponsor Mrs Helen Tracy Throughout our four years 1n h1ghschool she has patxently gulded us along the path to a practxcal knowledge of Englxsh and lxterature as well as gxvxng us xnumerable poxnters on every day 1xv1ng Outsxde of class she has always found txme to lend an understand1ng ear and heart to our Joys and dxsappoxntments In appre cxatxon of th1s kxndness and guxdance we ahve recexved we dedxcate to her our 1950 yearbook Txger Edztor 3 -I K I ' .. h i 5 Sometime in the life of everyone a lasting of ' ' u . 53 JI LJ. ,QAQD ' ill E MIL M CO H ADE P INCIPAL SUPLRINTENDLNT MR BEN DOUGLAS PRLSIDLNT ADMINISTRATION fff X f 0 fy W BOARD OF EDUCATION MR ROY OSBORW MLMBER AH NPN !Qg- , in M JIM H QEORQL S H OL NCIPA MR PAUL GAIDOROFF VICE PRESIDENT MR. E.. .' LER MR. E. . UC H. I. A If GR R ' T '- ' mam C 0 PRI !J!" 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ETH IC Ld' WmlT Q ka A BETTY MAIN F.H.A. 1,2,4 DRAMATICS 3.4 PEP CLUB 1.2.3 JOY MCCROSKEY F.H.A. 1,2,3,4 SOFTBALL 3,4 BASKETBALL 3,4 CLASS OFFICER DRAMATICS 1,3,4 INTERSCHOLASTIC 4 PEP CLUB 1.2.3.4 GEORGE ENGLEBRETSON BAND 1,2,3,4 DRAMATICS 1,2,3 SCHOLASTTC AWARD 2 ANNUAL STAFF CLASS OFFICER 1,2,3,4 ROE LEE CHANEY DRAMATICS 3 INTERSCHOLASTIC MEET 3 TE MUSIC FESTIVAL 1,2,4 ANNA JENELL HARDESTY ANNUAL STAFF BAND I,2,3,4 CLASS OFFICER 4 ND I HONOR ROLL PERFECT ATTENDANCE 12 YEARS CLASS WANEMA CHERRY BAND 1.2.4 PEP CLUB 1.2.3 F.H.A. OFFICER BASKETBALL 3.4 MAJORETTE DRAMATICS 3.4 BOB CULP FOOTBALL 2.3.4 BASKETBALL 1.2.3.4 DRAMATICS 4 INTERSCHOLASTIC 3 TRI-STATE CHORUS HONOR ROLL 4 EDWARD TILSON F.F.A. 1.2.3.4 INTERSCHOLASTIC JUDGING TEAM 2. DARLENE KLEPPER F.H.A. 1.2.3.4 STUDENT COUNCIL 1 DRAMATICS 3.4 PEP CLUB 2.3.4 QUEEN 2 HONOR ROLL 4 JIMMY YATES DRAMATICS 1,3 F,F.A. 1.3 F.F.A. OFFICER 3 FLOYD WARINER FOOTBALL 2.3.4 BASEBALL 2.3.4 BASKETBALL 2.3.4 F.F.A. 1.2.3.4 MAUDIE SINGLETARY BAND 1 F.H.A. 1.2.3. DRAMATICS 1.4 QUEEN 2 TRI-STATE BAND 1 PEP CLUB 1.2.3.4 Q 'Q C15 F' ,r,f,'h, 45.-b-, I 'I DB IRENE RICH F.H.A. 2.3.4 F.H.A. OFFICER PEP CLUB l,2,3,4 ARLENE TATE BASKETBALL 4 F.H.A. l,2,3,4 PEP CLUB 1,2.3,4 BUDDY SKAGGS F.H.A. OFFICER 2,3,4 SOFTBALL 4 F,F. . FF R 1,2,3,4 A O 'CE DRAMATICS 3,4 FOOTBALL 2,3,4 BASEBALL 2.3.4 BASKETBALL 2.3.4 DRAMATICS 1 JOE STINCHCOMB FOOTBALL 2,3,4 BASEBALL 2,3,4 F.F.A. 1,2,3,4 CLASS OFFICER 1,3 HAROLD DESHAZO F.F.A. OFFICER 2,3 FOOTBALL 2.3.4 INTERSCHOLASTIC MEET DRAMATICS 4 F:F.A. I,2,3,4 F.F.A. OFFICER 1,3 CHARLES COATS F.F.A. 1,2,3,4 F.F.A. OFFICER 3,4 FooTBALL 2,3,4 BASKETBALL 2,3,4 INTERSCHOLASTIC BETTY AUTRY SOFTBALL 3 4 CLUB fs w 35 -J'I af' -I 1' "s.. .Wir ,lie .S 'kr 'B an f""7 -vcr N J sq- 'W 'Lv-1' FO DOROTHY LONIG BAND 1.2.3.4 INTER CLASS OFFICER SENIOR OUEEN F.F.A. PEP CLUB I.2,3.4 TRI-STATE F.H.A. OFFICER 3 F.H.A. I.2,3,A JUNIOR OUFEN CARL JACKSON F. F. A. 1 , 2, 3 TEN CIPNNAWAY F.F.A, 2.3.6 OTEALL I.?,3,4 BASKETBALL 3,4 DRAMATICS I BOY'S STATE 3 SCHOLASTIC 2.3 BAND I,2.3.A HONOR ROLL MUSIC FESTIVAL POI? MCK I TTR I CK F.F.A. I.2,3 BASEBALL 3,4 FOOTBALL 4 1' of i . 'R f-D :TT GENE ARNETT I W--uv FOOTRALL 3 BASKETBALL 3 BASEBALL 3,4 F.F.A. 3,4 DON R I CH FOOTBALL I.?,3,A F.F.A. I,2,3.A F.F.A. JUDGING TEAM I PAUL PLUMLEE FOOTBALL 2,3 4 BASKETBALL 3,4 BASEBALL 2.3.4 F.F.A. 1.2.3 4 DRAMATICS 3 9 .Rig , . . s,f R I,"-r-'lar i?24g i,"f1ka:3rs, i I 38 fi.-5 GP GEORGE ENGLEBRETSON EDITOR 'YY i ANNA JENELL HARDESTY TYPIST ANNUAL STAFF TED GANNAWAY BUSINESS MANAGER 'in 4' is Nur WANEMA CHERRY TYPIST I0 91411 211 Wd? N ROE LEE CHANEY ASSISTANT EDITOR 'VD5 BETTY MAIN TYPIST CLASS HISTORY Monday September 5 1938 joy McCroskey Paul Plumlee Leon Case Roe Lee Chaney Wanema Cherry, George Englebretson Ted Gannaway Maudxe Sxngletary Buddy Skaggs Arlene Tate Anna Ienell Hardesty and joe Stxnchcomb went to school for the fxrst txme The second year we were Joxned by Matt jones Jr These 13 contxnued through thexr fxrst fxve years gettlng whlpplngs for chewxng gum and many other thlngs to numerous to mentxon Wonder nf Wanema Cherry remembers that cabbage pot holder she made ln Mrs Hudson s room the flrst th1ng she ever made by herself and do you remember the bxrd houses Buddy Skaggs Roe Lee Chaney and joe Stxnchcomb made the same year? I H bet Anna jenell Hardesty stxll gets out her lxttle woven doll tam and apron she made ID Mrs Fryrear s room The flfth year we were Jolned by Bob Culp and Roy Campbell who have been a great entertaxnment to our class The sxxth year Floyd Warxner Joxned us Floyd was a lxttle bashful but he soon got over that The next one to joxn the class was Jlmmy Yates who came ln the seventh grade Charles Coats Bobby McKxttr1ck and Edward Tllson were added to the roll ID the elghth grade Betty Autry Betty Mann and Harold DeShazo Joxned us when we were greenhorn freshmen By the end of our freshman year wlth all eyes turned toward graduatxon many began to make excuses The flrst sald I am needed at home therefore I cannot graduate Another saxd I am dull and cannot learn I pray thee have me excused And stxll another sa1d I am goxng to be marrxed therefore I need not graduate So thus dxd thls class decrease untxl the number at the begxnnxng of our sophomore year was a total of 39 An addltlon to the class then was Irene Rxch At the beglnnxng of our junxor year two new youths who came up from an adjoxnxng terrltory were Don Rlch and Eugene Arnett Wxth many dropplng out between our sophomore and senxor years the total was 27 xncludlng our latest addxtxon Darlene Klepper who Joxned us ln tlme to get a whxpplng wlth the rest of the senxors because of a walk out So nt came to pass that of the forty two that entered thxs bulldxng xn 1945 only 27 wxll depart for verlly ver1ly I say unto you that broad IS the gate and wlde IS the way that leadeth to the Hxghschool and many there be that go thereat but stralt IS the gate and narrow ns the way that leadeth to graduatxon and few there be that fxnd xt CLASS WILL Ladxes and Gentlemen Board of Educatlon Superlntendent teachers and frxends Upon behalf of my clxent the Class of 1950 of Tuttle Hxgh School of the Cnty of Tuttle, State of Oklahoma U S A I have called you together upon thxs solemn and serxous occasxon to lxsten to her last will and testament and to recelve from her dyxng hand the few gxfts she has to bestow in her last moments Arlene Tate s vocal abxlxty IS bestowed upon Helen Black Carol Endsley and Shzrley Franklln Dxvxded equally xt should be enough To Dorothy Cofer joy McCroskey wxlls her abxlxty to play basketball Irene Rxch ynelds her Future old Malds of Amerlca Club to Barbara Wzgley and Loxs breese Anna jenell Hardesty gxves her secret of how to trap and keep a man to joy Gzbson and jxmmy McGee To Norma Woods faudxe Slngletary bequeaths her red haxr rlnses Betty Maln leaves her thxrd hour physxcs class to Ruth Slmmons and Thelma Steves fShe wlshes she could have left lt sooner To june Roblnett Wanema Cherry confers her fxckle eye to Edna Nell McFall her abxlxty to chase bog Dorothy Long s sklll xn playxng a clarxnet IS left to joe Tommy Bledsoe Betty Autry leaves her mechanxcal abxlxty to jane Robxnett to use ln her new home Darlene Calamlty jane Klepper regretfully leaves her levxs and boots to Gearlxne Autry Roy Campbell bestows has pxtchxng arm upon Garland Hutchlnson To Leroy Coats Ted Gannaway gxves hxs alarm clock qeven though xt IS an antxquej Gene Arnett lmparts hrs tonx wave kxt to Franczs DeShazo xt w1ll be most attractxve we're sure To Bxll Crxsp the abxlxty of Bob Culp Matt jones and Don Rxch to play football Charles Coats couldn t be persuaded to part wxth h1s To Cy Shaw joe Stlnchcomb grants h1s favorxte parkxng place south of the school Roe Lee Chaney s hexght to Elmer Kllppel we thought he needed some more George Englebretson yxelds his haxr to Lee Wayne Parrlsh He thought he mxght need hxs personalxty and hrs artxstxc abxlxty Leon Cotton Case leaves hns brxllxant blond haxr to Doyle Eades Bobby McK1ttr1ck bestows hrs secret of how to drxve hxs Model A to Alta Plumlee To Tommy Parks who comes to school when he feels lxke xt Carl jackson bequeaths hxs perfect attendance record Harold DeShazo regretfully admxts that he needs everythlng he has and cannot leave anvth1ng Floyd War1ner grants hxs half lnterest ln the Freshman Class to Gene Douglas Paul Plumlee leaves hxs Charles Atlas muscle bunldxng course to Duane Wlgley and Woody Arnett so they can t be run out of Mznco so easxly Buddy Skaggs ylelds hxs reputatxon as a lady s man to George Yeakley Edward Tllson xmparts hxs xnterest ln the town of Cougar to jerry Craxg, to do wlth as he sees fxt jlmmy Yates bestows hrs technxque of how to wow the gxrls to Ray Miller In wxtness whereof, We the class of 1950 the testators, have to thls our wlll set our hands and seal thxs slxteenth day of May 'll . , . . 4 . . . . , . . , , . . . I 1 . . . . y , . . . l ' , . I. ' , , . I ' ' ' ' I Q - I . . I 1 ' - l '. ' . . ' ' ' . ' - l - - u - . . U - H .f ' . , . . I .. - - .. . . - . 1 . . . ' . . . - U . h . . . , . y . . , . y . I . ' . : . I . . ' . , .. ., . I . . . . Listen, then, one and all, while I read the document, as duly drawn up and sworn to: , . . . . . . . . . , . I . . - - . ' . D u ' n, - - , . 4 . . ' ' . ll ' If ' ' . . . . . . ' . . . . . . ' . . I , . l , n ' ' . , . 'l .' . - - Q a . . . 4 - .l ,,. . . ' . , . . . . . , . , ' . . ' CLASS PROPHECY It IS the summer of 1960 and I have decrded for my vacatron to vrsrt my former senror classmates who spent some trme on the Rock for THS wrth me W en I got to Tuttle I went to Betty Autry s garage for a motor tune up Betty was the mechanrcal brarn of the classj Then I dropped rn on Roe Lee haney now owner of Tuttle Theatres Inc Roe challenged me to a game of snooker so off to Bob s snooker parlor we went You all remember Bob Culp the tall athlete who always had De trort on hrs mrnd Comrng out of the pool hall I nearly knocked Gene Arnett down he was carryrng grocerres and packages for Helen Poor Gene I took to the country roads and found joe Strnchcomb cultrvatrng cotton I just stopped long enough to ask about joe J and ane It wasn t long before I came to the best bottom land rn the country and who could own thrs except Buddy Skaggs on kn w who the cky grrl but rt rs probably Shlrley Harold DeShazo lrves on down the road from Bud where he has a Hampshrre hog farm Besrdes berng the best hog caller rn the State that lrttle Dutch man rs cookrng for hrm I ask Harold what had happened to hrs huntrng partner Charles Coats He sard I could frnd hrm farmrng for B111 jeffrres I drove out to see Mrs Campbell formerly Anna jenell Hardesty She and Earl have twrns who start to school thrs fall also talked to Roy whrle was there He rs presrdent of the Watermelon Growers Assocratron rs r a bachelor but Dorothy Cofer hasn t grven up yet Roy told m he had a letter from Leon Case Leon rs operatrng a depot rn Pocunk Arkansas and rs gettrng frlthy rrch eon rsn t marrred erther b t I hear Alta Plumlee rs vrsltrn I found Arlene Tate Irene Rrch joy HcCroskey and Betty Marn are str members of the Future Old Mards of Amerrca Club Irene rs presrdent and joy and Betty are strong members but Arlene 1S weakenrng As for Don Rrch he rs now playrng pro football for the Los Angeles Rams Havrng played frve full seasons he rs makrng a great name for hrmself Roe Lee mentroned that when he flew to Calrfornra last f ll to see th Rams play, he met Wanema Cherry on the plane She had frnrshed her nurses trarnrng and was a hostess for Amerrcan Arrlrnes She told hrm that he pro bably wouldn t see frm Yates for rather Senator Yatesj for some trme srnce he and Maudze Srngletary who rs hrs prrvate secretary are rn Washrngton Before I left Tuttle I found out that George Englebretson Qthe artrst of our classj has an art studro rn New York Crty and he rs dorng qurte well was surprrsed to hear that he had as hrs model Darlene Klepper who has become well known as a professronal model and fashron stylrst I met Carl jackson rn Bob s snooker parlor told me that he had ready made corporal rn the Natronal Guard Edward Trlson rs owner and manager of the Trlson Grocery at Cougar and Bobby McK1ttrrck rs hrs bookkeeper Bobby told me that he had some money saved and was thrnkrng about buyrng half rnterest rn the store Floyd Warrner owns a frne darry northeast of Tuttle He sard that he was makrng lots of money but that hrs wrfe was spendrng most of rt I forgot o ask hrm who he marrred Matt jones rs doing qurte well also He purchased half rnterest rn the constructron company where he worked Now rt rs called Boardman Jones Con structron company I was just leavrng Tuttle rn route to my home rn St Lours when r nearly smashed rnto Paul Plumlee He was pullrng out of a hay freld wrth hrs one man baler just as everyone thought Paul has turned out to be a very successful farmer Now, as I return to my medrcal practrce rt seems as though I have lrved these past ten years over and have shared the Joys and sorrows of each of my former classmates at Tuttle Hrgh 12 ' ' la g n D - . 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N. 111' ""' Jigs fi -nay- si' 1' 'fx'- df li N-I' 3 .anor- ,-. aux an 'U 4, --v f-if ,M I ill Que 1M'v MLRLENE SIPES DEVOTA MCCARTHY JOHM vHOM wANF+ F11 JARLLNL HDL CLARA VICKERY MARY LLLLV SHOOK CECTT COOLEY EREEPT MORRIS LENE TEVLNS LARRY FRELZY R'A N INNEY LTA PLLMLLE JYRRV BROWN NARY FRANCES PERRY QHIRLEY COLCHMAN ALMA BROAN AANADA CRLZAN VELMT STREBER DELOREQ CCNMINGC JEAN ROBERTS BETTY BLACK DEMPSEY MELTON OTIS BENNETTV LAWRENCE BARNES T C MAR OW BILLY COPELAND FRANCIS DESHAZO LILLIAN CRISP F H A OFFICERS 1 andzng 1 ft to rxght Lots une Robxnett Presnden 1-9 'Q s.,f Q5 Nmxrp, :Li 1 jeanrne - P Q5 McFall Secretary and Treasurer NEW g Jttlng Lxnda Lqlf Song Loader Helen Uaqsett RQ Offer dar jane Pohxnett Vxce Presrdent Arlene Tate Hxstorxwn AW i Back row left to rxght Margxe Sessums Velen Bassett Wanema Cherry Darlene Oneta Aynes Margaret Stermer jane Robxnett jeanxne Loxs June Robxnett Ava Cruzan Edna McFa1l Mary Frances Perry Shxrley Couchman Klepper Zula Cummxngs Stlnchcomb Lxnda Laxr Norma Woods Alma Brown Irene Rxch Ruth Sxmmons Crxsp Anna jenell Hardesty joy McCroskey Betty Maxn Wanda Cox Mary hllen Shook Murlene Sxpes Mrs Gxthens Thrrd row Betty Autry Thelma Steves Lxlllan Second row Vaomr McK1nney Dorrs Bowman Leah Roberts Velma Streber Alta Plumlee Joy Gxbson jxmmxe McGee Marne Sxngletary Arlene Tate LaNorma McK1nney Delores Cummxngs Betty Hayes Barbara Wxgley Fzrst row Gearlxne Autry Shlrley Franklxn Kathleen Peden Glorxa Hoover Clara Vxckery Annabell Moody Loxs Ann Breese Darlene Busbee, Devota McCarthy, Dorothy Cofer Patsy Green Wanada Cruzan joy Streber 16' o o 0 . . f'Q 1 V5 lllqli? , ':"'kq-4- ' ,. ix is Q- !! 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' I l a l - l l h s . 1 X . . . - ' 'fv1-n1w..- '-58 rd QNQFJ1QQ Q 0 'Q D AQQFA 5 '99 'vo fb A QUE our-'55 Helen Bassett Je X I Back row left to rzght Don Rlch Charles Coats Gene Arnett joe Stxnchcomb Paul Plumlee Troy Streber Ted Gannaway Matt jones George Yeakley Tommy Yeakley Buddy Culp Cyrus Shaw Tom Park Doyle Eades LeRoy Coats Thzrd row Helen Bassett queen Buddy Skaggs john Shores Floyd Warxner Cene Douglas Jerry Cralg Leon Case Ealmer Klxpple Donald McFa11 Roy Campbell Bxlly Conner Duane Wlgley Tom Bledsoe Cecil Cooley Mr jones Second row Harold DeShazo A W Cox Garland Hutchxson Otxs Bennett jxm Bowers B111 Copeland T' C Marlow Jerry Prown joe McK1nney Heroert Morrx Gene Stevens Larry Freeze Gene Barnes F1rst row Glenn McK1ttr1ck LeRoy Arnett Lee McBr1de Roy Culp Edward Txlson Dan Lawson Loyd jackson Rephord Ivle Delbert Englebretson Dempsey Melton FYEDCIS DeShazo I7 O Q . 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FOOTBALL - 7 "9 1 A A-Liu 1 xii-1A.L4L ack row I ft to ght Charles Coats Tommy Park Troy Streber jerry Craxg Bobby McK1ttr1ck Paul Plumlee Buddy Skaggs Eugene Douglas M Garten coach Second row joe Stxnchcomb Bob Culp Ted Gannaway Matt jones Doyle Eades Le Wayne Parrxsh Elmer Klxppel F1rst row Frank1e DeShazo Delbert Englebretson Dan Lawson Don Rxch Leroy Coats Harold DeShazo Lloyd Jackson Floyd Warxner Larry Freeze SENIOR LETTERMEN Y as aa as aa 27 Mum Back row Harold DeShazo Buddy Skaggs Joe St1nchcomb Don Rxch Floyd Warxner M Garten coach Fzrst row Charles Coats Bobby McKxttr1ck Bob Culp Ted Gannaway Matt jones Paul Plumlee I9 6 L. -Q 2 Z, f WMP? ' ll i 0 B S 4 3 B L f K . 'f I f f Fl J - . '37 l X 'U GE: EE: '. 'V . J 1, 1 t S 2 5 Q , 7 y 7? ' . 1 '11 fe 2 17,3 X -A I- A 1 A- 4 - 'xx A A ' B , e ri : , , , ' , ' ' , , , , r. , ' L - 5 A rg so 5 , Q fsg e.' L L L T ' ' be fn l le B lllll ' 3 i as L i u -L ' - . 2 f7 ff , A X eff? "'4 1 L ,W gg L, 5 ,, I , I Y - l -If .e I - V.. -' "x ."1 I i' l. : , ' ' ' P 7 .d T' , .' , 'HE.,h M ij r. , . GIRLS BASKETBALL w wmv.. f 1' x X 'CA 11.4-'QQ bv Q5-1 Z .Z 'QWUQ ' Lf' K"mM' I Q. Wznners of Dxstrxct Tournament at Mlnco after strenuous season' Top row Zula Cummmngs Oneta Aynes Joy McCroskey Arlene Tate june Robxnett Marle Sxngletary Mr Erv1n Gxthens coach Bottom row Wanema Cherry Helen Bassett Mary Ellen Shock Wanda Cox Delores Cummrngs jlmmxe McGee BCYS BASKETBALL TOP FOW, left tO rxghts Charles Garten, coach: Tom Park, Elmer Klxppel, Bob Culp, Paul Plumlee, Ted Gannaway. Bottom row: Floyd Wariner, Gerald Skaggs, jerry Craig, Gene Douglas, LeRoy Coats. 20 -If f L 1 , , , , f' 5 , S " 04 L' ' 2 . i ' ' . , ' 5-5' av , e : 1 V A g ff - ' If T A V . . 4. y u . ' l t , ,Z Q 5 , -J' Z 4 f, , g ,A . - vw , I A Q gl ' - I A i Y., ig " "'.x1- v 1 V X 11 14 S e L5 L ? . 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Second row: Wanda Cox, Roe Lee Chaney, Dorothy Cofer, Devota McCarthy, Gene Stevens, Shirley Couchman, Dan Lawson, Lois Breese, Jeanine Stinchcomh, Margie Sessums, Linda Lair, Edna Nell McFall, Wanema Cherry. First row: Mary Ellen Shook, Norma Chaney, Garland Hutchison, Helen Bassett, june Robinett, Doris Jean Bowman, Murlene Sipes, Marie Singletary, Mary Frances Perry, Margaret Stermer, Don Potter, Jimmie McGee. 21 J ill. IIHHUIHNI xi X 17 Qruxlmulliil S Z1 HJHJIHLH Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec 811 Feb March Aprll May SCHOOL CALENDAR School Starts f'HZk fy F H A Meetxng F H A Leadershlp Conference Assembly Program Sxx Weeks Test fUgh'j F H A Meetxng Assembly Program Turner fCha1k Talk, WALK OUT Payment of debt QCr1me doesn t payj Sxx Weeks Test fUgh Ughlj Thanksgxvxng qBurpj Queen Race Starts Assembly Program Teachers Meetlng Assembly Program fSW1SS Box Supper End of Queen Race F H A Meetxng Out for Chrlstmas fOh Joy'y Semester Test F H A Meetlng Assembly QM1ss1ss1pp1ansj Football Banquet QOystersj Sen1or Pxctures Dlphtherxa Shots qOuch'j F H A Meetlng Out qBut not for longj Award Sweaters S Play C3 years on broadwayj Tuttle Stock Show Ch1ckasha Stock Show Ch1ckasha Stock Show Chlckasha Stock Show Teachers Meetxng Senxor day and n1ght Style Show qwow'y Sxx Weeks Test J Play QOne nxght on Broadwayj FHA Meetxng fThese are gett1ng monotonousj Hxghway Patrol Grade Program Assembly Magxcxan Banquet fand afterwards?j FFA FHA Supper qBurpJ Senxor Day Agaln qY1ppee'j Edmond College Program Go to Norman QEast sxdej Baccularate Class nrght Commencement Hurray' Last Day of school' 22 ' IYQUIYN Q31 41 JdHlU1N vW7 ,99 is if fy 1 f y! 1' X, may '1UlHll 195 X503 l"0 Leswnnsw eg, ew mia, -Q 2 J r P . 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What else can you find at a stock show? 24 fh1s makes the warm sun 5n1nc oven more 1nV1t1Dg Could this by any chgngg be Tqd Gannaway when he was just a freshman? VALEDICTORIHH LEON CASE SALUTATORIAN ROY CAMPBhLL PRIMARY ' ' 'T ,-4 Q11 lf' f ,1- 3 0 13 .4 Fxrst row Mxss Moreen Petree Patty paxn 1Lmv avsom on drre nz bxnglntw Garland Meadows Colleen Power Second row Ames Mnrry t y qln r s ln mln nw omas Page F nor r W Third row e ore-Q Pmtter ar a Con ssil ac zxe 1 ruff Armcttd xnglc ty et ru rv Tr 1 Lon -9 9 fx nf .4 .4 4' fb 1 -.Q " .A Q1 -I .pq First row 155 Gladys Sharp nrry Gamb1ll Ernestlne orxlly 1 A A er rr Ant y Fran vxe mr arman Patrlvk Jarman Second row onald Harlan Rxcharrl arman Kennvth Harrls erry Lee UTIEEEFS Bobble Lee 0 sey 585518 Harrxson aro ri .age r P11011 Harrlso jane Hoover Thxrd row Peggy jo Conner anlce Bowman Glaynrli HLlY.Clll90I1, Slfxrley Hughes Louxse CUUUQF, Glenda Lee Bozarth Terry Bomgardner I-redrlxc L 1 H111 Sharon Hartxn 26 .., f'N 4 K 0- -q at s..a' .4 4 Yi fv ,, Q 1- ""Q 11. H49 0- '19, AMA HX Q-4 Flrs rov s K tc 1 e Carolyn bue Marlow Sandra Woods Helen P rkxns, everly Renegwr Rosqlee Wrxght Martha Webb jymme Frances Sells Kathryn SECOND Stevens Iennle Ruth Moody Second row Carolyn Sue Marlow Irmadene Jarman Ann HOVIS Mary Hoover Henson Judy Henderson Darlene Galdaroff Fster Franklln Barbara Davis GRADE Cummrngs Thrrd row Gerry Couchman Daren Cobble Harold Wayne C'ark Howard Dale Dee ,f IU' 1' 1 PNs -g Q 1-4 .4 THIRD f.14LM.4dl Ray Harrxson marles Cutmery Bo by Mann Floyd Marshall B M 1 2 il 'XXL 3 Q i ,gu- 17 xg' Q '17 -1 ,Q .A V - GRADE xrst row Mrs u p G ry Irwxle Donald Kay Cummxngs Derral Stevens Bobby Conner Rada lxppel Terry Hayes Charlene Pettenrxdge, Terry Don Hoover Lors Perkxns Second row jerral Stevens, Luella Holsey, Rxchard McGee, Davrd Busbee, Hattxe May Harrrson allace Harrls Orbery Lxngle Wayne Goben Conn1e Bozarth, Rosemary McGee Shrrley Armenta Defxbaugh chell an Thrrd row Kenny Bomgardner, Loretta Whrte, Gearld Allen Hughes, Lucxlle Potter, Glenda Bryant, Nancy De Shazo janxce Jarman Orvrlle McKenney, Pebble Green, Fourth row Wayne Plumlee, Alvxe Patterson, Bobby Leon Sessums Jerry Sparks Tomm S ence Y P Ronald Youngblood, Dwxght Cherry, Paul Allen Caldwell, Gay1and'Burr1s, Ronnxe Brown, Ray Boyer. 27 .V '- 1 , -. - no ' - X 0, -A 'Y .1 L illllllil K, N - ' " W' -NJ ' -' -ll J . xv Y V Y F - , 1 k '-K . ix, V- I A , L Q , , 1 6 me , C V. 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' W . - ' f ' . - lk -p Y 'fn .r-nf! 1 K it are 'if Ei 41 :Q 3 .O ui ,ik as 95 an 'N gg U. 1' ,,...-up if 'Wrox ,gr All ' 1' WH. .4-I 5 -sv' 'lmndilllk I FOURTH GRADE Frrst tow Mrs Coller Lex Pxerce Loretta Sxpe Gary Curlee Rxchard Farrxs Charlotte Emerson Eddie Black Second row Shxrley Sxngletary Barbara Givens Terry Henderson Don Copeland Ella Mae Wxtt jerry Eades Patsy Autry Thxrd row Irene Aynes Wxna Mae Walton Barbara Gaxdaroff Patrxc Ma1n Karen Jenk1ns Joyce Defxbaugh Carolyn Cherry Fourth row Leonard Robxnett H C Kettler Henry Murry Loretta Sxpe Ray Gxbson janet Pendley SHARON HARTIN Prxde of first grade, crowned Band Queen of the grade school after bexng chosen from a group of nxne other candxdates from the grades. Z8 5 ' O C' 1175 rum-:GRADE 'K' ' ' ' G 1. .4 - iii W v -4 xrst row Mrs Amelxa heen Mar Ellen Coole Rxchard Busuee jon Watt Patsy Bozarth, Pats Ann Brown, Mary Lou Chaney Dearl Lxngle Second row Gary Lee Hovxs Holly Waldon, Claudette Haywood Patsy Craig, une Hardesty, Merxlyn Henderson, Edxth Combs Helen Plumlee Lester Leon Osborn, Paul Hardesty Thrrd row Kay Couchman, Patty P tter, Betty Jo McNeff, Bobby Conner, joe Shay. Eugene Stevens, Freddle Ivle, Edward Roberts, Merllyn Henderson, Frith grade Queen Lxla Fourth row Frank jackson Larry Nxckels Heeman Watt George, Mary Beth Page, Jeanette Carr, Donald Antrxm Walter Wells Bxlly Ray Hoover, Betty Reynolds Patsy Scott Neoma Tate SIXTH GRADE Bobby Henson, Bxllxe Sxmmons, Gllman Burrxs, Pflf KN 4- J A1 ,Q 1 - . '3 AL 1? U'-4 11 1 4- x r-ll .4 2 V f'-I teacher Howard Parrrs ueorge McNerx Dorxs Elaxne Gardaroff Eugene Frrst row Eva bxmmons joy Cruz1n Srxth grade Queen Paul Eugene Galdaroff LeRoy Case Betty Gobxn Donnxe McCarthy Ann Guthery Alxce ane Maxn Second row joy Cruzan Jack Whxtlock Eugene Koonce Yuvonne Yockey Barbra Hoover Lottxe May Welchel janxs Osborn Iva jean Caldwell Joe Robert McDonald Shxrley Garrett Luella Moody Thrrd row Patsy Mxller, Ruth Ann Caldwell Delorrs jean Reynolds Bobby Baumann Raymond Aynes Dwrght Spa1n, Betty Lou Buck Barbara Wlllxs Ray Dean Corley Annette Eades Ronald Traxler Fourth row Del res Talbot, Betty jo McKxttrxck Sylvanla Webb Donald Harryman Clyde Eowman, Y oc e Ina Sue Basset Opal Webb bdrth Klxppel Bxlly Ray Mann, Paulxne Gout ey, uvonne y. 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First row Mr E E M lle , M Gxthens, Alma Gxbson Betty Yockey Anne Hartxn Donald Douglas, Bob Long, joy Maxn Mary Duckwall Henry Cooley Second row Collene Harrxs, Wanda Kllppel Bxllxe june La ham Anebel Mason, Myrle McBr1de, Amma Mae Bennett Donald Franklxn, Peggy Autry, Emma Bassett Ronald Murry Third row Eldon Englebretson, Polly Gourley, Eugene Corley Helen Partln Dellow Reynolds Dorothy Witt, Royce Rxeder, Carolyn Hunnxcutt Norma Chaney John W1tt Fourth row jerry Sxpe, La Fern jackson Delores Bowman, Barbara Snow, jxmmxe Potter, Bobby Harryman, Alfred Moody, Terry Don Park Clxfford Farmer, Forest O'Hara Bobby Koonce, Lee Anna Wells, Barbara Caves 30 Y G - -4 - la ' 'Q "' ". -1 + 1' A - W ' -fl 'S 'a l E . . .il A fa 1' M3 A N D A N, , .... ." 't ggi A "f IH E li A I M ' ' 'I 'S A W ' 'lf ig - 1 v 1 , K .. -A M - ' -41 It-.4 f 'K 41 .Zi -W , Ir' . ,. L ag' .f . Q .. , N E :TE . ?:f,J:-5 gf? 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JUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL ff Ofecunz I mn 11 b x the eente 'ae 1 s tb season np row t F15 Donnxe ou Cox ohm Shores Herbert Morris m0 Lol Q ,Ir Clthens Offwv Ron Dempsey e on B V koonce enrg Cooley jerry Slpes jerry Irovm o McK1nney all JUNIOR HIGH BAND Top row Terry Park, Henry Cooley, Ronald Murray, Bob Long, Edward Rxch, Bobby hoonce, Fugene Corley, jerry Slpes, Rephord Plumlee, Second row Patsy Plumlec, Curtxs Tate, Alma Lee Gxbson, Ann Hartxn, Vxola hkNeff, Janette Bledsoe, Eldon Englebretson, Paul Cooley, Joy Mcfall, B1ll1e Sue Hubbard, Mxss Irene Mays, Instructor. Front row Alta Smxth, Mar11yn Kettler, Nona McBroom, Anna Bell Mason, Wanda K11ppe1, Anne Latham, Betty Yockey, I1mm1e Potter. 31 . f Q I '. I" ,J 4 - I 'afmi , ' , 'T ' I I-fel? H 3 I - I I I ' Q fl " , I f Q9 Ig ' I . I - 5 L , - . ' 4 ,. R' A , , 3.3 - . 5 'W z I . I , L I, 4 ' I I f . , ' 4 :15 1 I' I ' ' ' ' J '- kj , I 8 'f ' - I f f .-I 5 IX' A C ,,,, I ,' r' , Q K " .rx X ' V! 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