U S Grant High School - General Yearbook (Oklahoma City, OK)
- Class of 1958
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ENERAL reviews our
Five Years from
Big 'Top to General
The G.H.S. in 1958
The 1958 General Staff takes great pleasure in dedicating this book to the man
who started U. S. Grant High School, Mr. Russel C. Brown. He is completing
his fifth year as principal and he is regarded with the highest esteem by students,
faculty and parents.
Mr. Browe was bom in Menomonie, Wisconsin and started his teaching career at
old Classen High School in 1924. He went to Harding in 1925 for three years and
then to Capitol Hill junior High as woodwork instructor where he later became As-
The General Takes s Through
The Jr.-Sr. Play, 'Onions in the Stew' brought many
laughs and rounds of applause from the student body.
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U. S. Grant High School
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
makes all of us even lbrouder as you will see
sistant principal. He went into Boy Scout work for six years, came back to the
school system in 1949 as Supervisor of the Vocational department and in 1952 be-
came Supervisor of Secondary Schools. In 1953 he founded U. S. Grant High School.
Under his direction U. S. Grant's educational plant has grown from a circus tent
to a modern and magnificent building. Under his guidance U. S. Grant has become
one of Oklahoma City's leading high schools.
Our Fzftla Year.
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Of our new building . . . our team . . .
our social life . . . the molders of our
We kept busy . .
With clubs . . . school ACTIVITIES
. . . homework . . . the social life.
We were first . .
In school spirit . . . we backed all
SPORTS . . . and cheered our team to
We worked together . . .
Learning new ideas in CLASSES . . .
we learned to do things . . . and help
others . . . and were helped.
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We, the l958 General Staff, have endeavored to bring to the student body and fac-
ulty, a year book which will serve as a reminder of all the wonderful events that
took place during this 1957-58 year at GHS.
We graciously acknowledge Mr. Woody Harris, Claude Maxwell, Woody McMahon and
the entire Photography Department for the wonderful pictures they took for us. With-
out them this year book would not have been possible.
The i958 General was created with dedication, complied with enthusiasm and is now
presented with our earnest hopes that you will enjoy it. As you look through the
pages of this annual, and if, just for a moment, you relive the wonderful happenings
of this year, our efforts will not have been in vain.
We Kept Busy With School Activities . . .
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Early on the morning of March 12, 1958,
people awakened to find their familiar sur-
roundings blanketed with snow. Students
arrived at school late to discover they were
not alone in their predicament. Some mom-
ing classes had no teachers at all, and fi-
nally when faculty members did arrive, we
found they had been fighting their way
across town on icy roads and through snow
Most of USG's faithful students arrived in
spite of the cold weather, but between
classes and duringlunch hours found many
of them in the court yard building snowmen
or throwing snow balls.
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Even The Custodians Enjbyec! It.
We Admired Our Trophies
Ana' Received Our New Class Rings
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We Said Our Final Goodbys To School and Friends
Am! june Brought Desertea' Classrooms
WE KEPT BUSY With Clubs and
A er School ACTIVITIES.
Brenda Fox, 1958 Basketball Queen,
and Ronnie Logan, her escort.
Mary Nell Johnson, O'Club Sweetheart, and her escort,
and Daniel Foster, Sabrette Buddy, and his escort, lead
off the Grand March at the Sabrettes annual Sweetheart
Patti Wynn, Football Queen, and her Attend-
ants, Betty Reed, Freshmang goanice Sheehan,
Seniorg and Wanda Doughty, phomore.
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lop Rou Mlzlfl Cummings, Ryals, Rose, Howe, Estes, Baker, Dailey, Nitzal, Moyer Babbet Second Row
Manning allison llllley, Wilkerson, Norton, McBride, Higginbottom, Terrell, Hoffman Mautlne Sanders
Uallew Bottom Row Fisher, Mitchell, Gibson, Gentry, Knight, Wood, Sitton, Davis Peeler Boyonton
Junior Hugh Mixed Chorus
This group is composed of all eighth grade boys en-
rolled in chorus plus about twenty girls chosen from
the eighth grade girls chorus whose voices will bal-
ance with the boys. This is the first year U. S. Grant
has had a junior High mixed chorus. Directors are
Ray Ballew and Mary Manning.
Boys Quartet Bel Canto Trio
Cray lrnder l D Law Steve Hodgin Pat Hog- Linda Sanders, Margaret Fisher, Brynda Buckner Ray Bal
gard Ray Ballew dlrector lew, director.
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Top Row: Brown, Linders, Payne, Mitchell, Tvler. Cottingham, Law, Holland, Hoggard, Cagle, C. Blundell,
Langston, Duggan, Nelson, Cagle, M. Bridges. Second Row: Horton, Hodgen, Stephens, Caldwell, Hudson, Day,
Wilkerson, Hargiss, Mackey, Sanders, Fisher, Selvidge. Bottom Row: Buckner, Wright, Mills, Chandler, Combs,
Smith, Howery, Stephenson, Poole, Buckner, johnson, Deliyannis, Foutche, Nelson, Cox.
Girls', Boys' Glee Clubs Sing for Clubs emu' Concerts.
Senior High Mixed Chorus
Membership is by approval of director only. Activi-
ties for the year include the Thanksgiving Choral
Festival at Stillwater, P.T.A. Christmas Program,
All City Choral Festival, All State Choir Festival
and Clinic, and Graduation program. Several members
have won honors in vocal contests as soloists. Di-
rector is Ray Ballew.
Choir Tries Out For Memberslaub, Chorus Gives Cuututu
SOPHISTICATED SENIOR HIGH JUNIOR HIGH
TRIO MIXED QUARTET BOYS' QUARTET
Paula Bingham, Mary Cagle, Peggy Nelson. Carolyn Cagle, Fred Horton, Darla Kent Ryals, Roger Welch, Stan
Day, Jerry Payne. Smith, D. C. Mitchell.
Christmas Festivities Provide Entertainment . . .
'Twas the SKAY before Christmas at U. S. Grant High School', when the Music Department gave their annual Christ-
mas assem y.
December at U. S. Grant brought our annual Christmas little boys and girls. Santa was Bruce Buckner and
assembly, given by the music department. This pro- was decked out in his faithful red and white suit.
gram was given for the P. T. A. and the student body
and climaxed our Christmas activities. anta
and this was the best of all the stories we have read
This year, Santa actually came to see all of the good where Santa's 'jelly stomach' was only a soft pillow.
S had 8 reindeer and a teal pack on his back,
The Bel Canto 'l'rio performs for our Christmas festivities.
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For All Student and Faculty.
This organization is open to all girls,grades
9-12, who have singing ability. Membership
must be approved by the director since this
group will represent the school in several
Activities include the Annual Thanksgiving
Choral Festival at Stillwater, the P. T. A.
Christmas program, Annual All City Choral
Festival and the contests.
a hammer and tacks and a whip that cracks
Senior High Girls' Glee Club
First Row: Sanders, Coffey, Guy, Monroe, Sheppard, Chestnut, Bassham, Tate, Collinsworth, Ashlock, Sells, Evans Gore,
Mrs. Mary Manning, director. Second Row: Tate, Lane, Filler, Shiplet, Marvin, Swatik, Jackson, Johnson, Little Monkres
Scott, Lakin Beals, Swindle Third Row. Ehri F d h '
, . ' g, en er, jo nson, Haworth, Laughlin, Davis, Partenheimer, Scott, Moody
Hunter, Demick. Buck Row: Cravey, Jump, Williams, Baker, Scifers, Eades, Williams, Mead, Moore, Brady, Hyden Car-
penter, Tillerson, Lindquist.
Drill Team Provides
Entertainment At Ball Games
During the two years of its existence the U. S.Grant Drill
Team, now known as the Grant Kadettes, has brought en-
joyment to spectators and pleasure to the girls with their
twirling routines and drills.
Under the capable leadership of Mr. jack Alder, the drill
team won a superior rating in the junior division of the
Altus Twirling Festival and as a result was awarded a
X -I N , loving cup.
A -' Little Nancy Burch, jan Grady and Charlotte Lovette,
mascots, are an added attraction to the drillteam and have
Q participated in all activities.
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, fs X- drill team is now under the direction of Miss Judy Glover.
.M Mrs. Louise O'Steen is sponsor.
Grant Students leave pep assembly.
A journalism typewriter gets repairs.
First Row: Lovett, Burch, Grady. Second Row: Mrs. O'Steen, sponsor, Evans, Ryan, Glissom, Demick, Husted, Sauls,
Ewrin. Third Row: Freeman, Houser, Monroe, Miller, Evans, Hayworth, Little, Carr, Hughins. Fourth Row: Socksen-
heimer, Perry, Troxell, Moore, Langston, Henery, Oglesby, Lovett.
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School Response to Rea' Cross rioe Breaks Recom'
First Row: Dixon, Tripp, Blocker, Midley, Brunson, Reed, Scarborough, Husk. Second Row: Sitton, Tolbert,
Katsakis, Burrell, Black, Anderson, McGhee, Edwards, Howorth, Puckett. Tbird Row: Smith, Bell, Scott,
Duggan, Bullock, Flanary, Fricker, Dicker, Tate, Leeder. Fourth Row: Welch, Dunn, Smith, Brandson, Pul-
liam, Goodman, Payne, Wilkerson, jarnigan. Fifth Row: Dale, Gound, Alspaw, Mueller, Strikee, jones.
Woody looks over the situation!
The Junior Red Cross is a Service club,
which is open to both junior and Senior
It is a National organization, and 'Ser-
vice co others' is its motto. Popular
projects ate: entertaining at the veterans
hospital, and for the needy, working in
hospitals, and filling Christmas boxes.
Future Teachers See Teaching From The Other Side.
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Students listen earnestly while, Chapel devotion is given.
The Russel C. Browe Club of the Future Teachers
of America received its charter, january 22, 1957,
with fourteen charter members. This year the
club has twenty-eight members.
The purpose of this club is to help those interest-
ed in teaching as a profession to plan for such a
career by acquainting members with colleges and
universities in Oklahoma and encouraging members
to cultivate personal qualities desirable in a good
Our aim is that The Russel C. Browe Club will be-
come a strong unit and reflect honor on our name-
sake, Mr. Russel C. Browe, our beloved principal
of U. S. Grant School. Also, we hope we can help
our members realize their aspirations to become
This club presents a fifty dollar scholarship each
spring to its most deserving senior member.
The Russe C. Browe Future Teachers Club
First Row: Evans, Beals, Scott, Erwin. Second Row: Fricker, Swindle, Monkres, Marvin, Mead, Mrs. Mary
Manning, Sponsor, Mrs. Hilda Manning, Sponsorg Buckner, Stubbs, Fox, johnson, Johnson. Third Row.: Cape
hart, Wheeler, Smith, Stubbs, Cagle, johnson, Nelson, Jackson, Cagle, Williams, Hyden, Gound, llargis.
Relaxation comes during lunch hour for our Sophomores.
FBLA Prepares Students For Tomowowfv Work.
First Row: Price, Horton, Sheehan, London, Reid, Brooks, Cox, Miss May, Sponsor. Second Row: Norvell, Cox,
Owens, Shipley, Chapman, Henderson, Selvidge, Frith, Mrs. Billingslea, Sponsor. Tbird Row: Finch. Berkenbile.
Connell, Walker, Middleton. Fourtb Row: Heath, Mitchell, Strickland, Orr, Johnson, Whitford, Hooker, Lee,
Shipley, Sherman, Slaughter. Fifth Row: Dixon, Stubbs, Robinson, Salyer, Moeller, Hahn, Brown.
The Future Business Leaders of America Club was Various business leaders of the community spoke to
organized to encourage students in the development the club on job opportunities and office ethics. Mem
of business ideals and to strengthen their confi- bers enjoyed a successful business year under the
dence in their ability to become better 'business leadership of Miss Wanda May, Miss Vera Billingslea
leaders. 'The purpose of this organization shall be and Miss Lena Lawson.
to develope competent, aggressive business leaders."
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Wendel Parton, Senior Class President is hard at work
Bo s' "0" Club Promotes Sportsmanslazp.
The Boys' O'Club was first fommed in january 1955
with 25 honorary members. Its' purpose is "to furthur
recognition of lettermen, help maintain a better
school spirit, make ideals of good sportsmanship,
and create a better interest in athletics."
The O'Club now has approximately 30 members, los-
ing several by graduation.
Activities of the year included a football banquet,
the initiation of new members, and a pep assembly
in which the members donned womens clothing and
formed their own pep club. Six of the members imper-
sonated our cheerleaders.
A trip to Beavers Bend where all the members fished,
hunted, and had a wonderful time, climaxed the year.
"Cheerleaders" Bob Austin and Tim Lewis perform their
antics during the O'Club Assembly.
First Row: Coach Norwood, Logan, President, Warner, Vice-President, McMillin, Secretary, Eeton, Treasurer, Perci
field, Sergeant at Arms, Lewis, Pledge Master, Foster, Suggs, Coach Mills. Second Row: Blocker, Horton: Walkel
Freshour, Yates, Farris, Christian, Duncan, Austin, Evans. Third Row: Vowell, Wilson, Lyon, Brown, Kennedy
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Physical Fitness Taught zn Gzrls 0 Club
Girls' "O" Club
The girls' "O" club was organized three
years ago. It was made up of girls' who let-
tered in the following individual sportsg soft-
ball, volleyball and basketball.
The first of the school year, usually begins
with softball. Following softball is volley-
ball and then basketball. When all three sports
are completed, Miss Sughru adds up all the
points that each girl has accumulated. If she
has enough points in all three sports, she is
elegible for the "O" Club. It is required of
each girl to pledge. When pledging is through,
each girl is presented with an athletic letter.
First Row: Gribsyg Wynn: Miss Sughru, Sponsor-5 Yates Brandenburg Second Row Ferguson Bryant Moel
lerg Codyg Hackett.
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Seated: Mrs. Sparks, Sponsor, Martha Langston, Editor. S1andin.g: Tim Lewis, Classesg Mike Percifield, Sports,
Mary Johnson, Sports: Carolyn Walkerg Barbara Freeman, Activltiesg Donna Hines, Activitiesg Claude Maxwell,
Photographer, Woody McMahon, Photographer: Pat Bryant: Theresa Roseg Linda McMillang Carolyn Lacy.
Yearbook companies insist a Year
Book Editor must be exfrag an extra
good student, a good leader, have
knowledge of the school, a winning
personality and be an extra hard
worker. Our company says that our
1958 General Editor has met those
The Year Book Staff says "Thanks"
to Martha Langston.
Woody McMahon and Barbara Freeman look over .
a "Clean-up Week" poster.
The 1958 General Staff has endeavored to bring to the stu-
dent body and the faculty a yearbook which is a record of
this school year in pictures.
The very first day of school things beganto roll in preparation
for the 1958 annual. Missing lunch and staying after school
were normal things for many weeks. The glorious day of ful-
fillment came when the last bit of copy and the last picture
were sent to press.
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Seated: Helen Ford, Editorg Jimmy Williams, S ortsg Ronny Jon
Barbara Bamesg Pat Bryantg Sue Hudlowg Judie Baker. Standin :
Mrs. Sparks, Sponsorg Susan Cladwell, Features, Joe Ketch, Acfvertisingg Geraldine Antoneg Sharon Weber
Bonita Reidg June Alesanderg Janice Fieldsg Sharon Watsong Alma
Claude Maxwell, Photographer.
Not many people stop no consider the hard work and long
hours that go into making up our school paper. Many tiring
minutes are spent in putting the paper together and the peo-
ple involved, work after and during school for the paper and
its reader's benefits.
Remaining the "Dispatch" connoting the military theme, af-
ter the name change, the staff has put out a paper monthly,
sometimes twice a month. The Beginner's Classes put their
annual paper out in April.
This publication belongs to the National Scholastic Press
Association, Oklahoma Inter-Scholastic Press Association,
and Oklahoma City Inter-Scholastic Press Association, and
International Quill and Scroll.
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Judy Chandlery Norma Mackey, Editorial
Hel en Ford
A School Newspaper Editor must be
tough. The publicity of the school
activities and the entire school is
in her hands, both for the school
publication and the city's daily
newspaper. The editor must be a
good student, a strong leader, and
have a winning personality in order
to get the news.
Helen Ford has done a wonderful
job for the 1957-58 Grant Dispatch.
ispatch staff is caught in the last minute
efore the paper goes to press.
Caldwellg Woody McMahon, Photographerg
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First Row: Mcwhirterg Humphrey: Quicl-cg Mead: Fields. Second Row: Hudsong Filler: Briscoej Real: Mr. Kegans,
Sponsor. Third Row: Craig: Riceg Hoggardg Cox, Lacy.
Safe! Council Promotes Safely
Purpose: To promote safety and well-being of the Student Body. The sponsor is Cecil Kegans and President is Robert McWhir-
The Council is constantly alert to the Safety of our Student
body and stands ever ready to aid in improving safety by call- This year the Council won National Honors and its president
ing attention to any condition that could result in injury to WHS flamed "King of Safety-H
any student, teacher, or patron of U.S. Grant High School.
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Mrs. Nestlerode directs the la "Sunday Costs Five Pesos." Projection class shows film in Miss Brewer's room
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The U. S. Grant Chess Club was formed in
1956 to give chess enthusiasts a chance to
meet together and to play and study chess.
The club grew spontaneously from a group of
interested Grant students.
In the spring of 1957, the club decided to
sponsor an individual chess tournament. This
meet, the Central Oklahoma Chess Confer-
ence, is to be an annual affair, and if suc-
cessful, is to be extended to include all high
schools within a radius of fifty miles. First,
second, and third place awards are to be made.
First Row: Mrs. Barnhill, Sponsorg Hoover:
Mrs. Manning and her music students practice new songs. Office
aids learn to operate switchboard.
Willisg Strakag Bowieg Moran. Second Row: Hale: Wilson: Peeler.
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First Row: Assistant Cheerleaders, Sue Brandenburg, Sandy Lee, Hilda Heath. Second Row: Miss Sughru, Sponsor,
Mary Capehart, President, Pat Lane, Vice-President, Judy Cox, Secretary, Janice Sheehan, Treasurer, Judith Brown,
Reporter, Judy Chandler, Chaplain, Pat Hooker, Pled e Mistress, Nancy Shipley, Historian, Darlene Grigsby, Usher
Captain, Martha Langston, Demerit Captain, Mary Nell Johnson, Sergeant at Arms. Third Row: Foster, Bethea, Corn-
wel, Figaro, O'Hanlon, S. rlohnson, Lawson, McMannis, Cha man, Frith. Fourth Row: Burgess, Davis, N. Mackey, Cald-
well, Preston, Moore, R. Wi liams, Herring, Edwards, Haggard? Fifth Row: Shrader, Bearden, L. Williams.
Sabrettes Pep Club
Pep Club Promotes School Spirit.
The purpose of the Sabrettes Pep Club is to create
love of sports, to foster the ideals of sportsmanship,
and to promote school Spirit.
This club was organized in the fall of 1953 and the
first members selected the name "Red Pepper." It
remained this way until this year when a change
was made in the school theme. The club decided
that the name "Sabrettes" best suited our new
theme, which revolves around a general. The colors
of the uniforms, red and grey, remained unchanged,
but new emblems were designed.
The motto of the club is: With malice toward none,
with charity for all, with firmness in the right, let
us strive to finish the work we are in.
Firsl Row: Betty Owens, Sandy Yates, Gloria Barnthouse, All School. Second Row: Brenda Fox,
All-School, Patty Wynn, Helen Ford.
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First Row: Roseg P. Browng Nelsong Hackettg Doughtyg Cagleg Bendorfg Foxy Pettyg Katsakis. Second Row.' Wrightg
P. Robxnsong Hahng Maloneyg Reddickg Day: Harperg Reedg Wilkersong Selvidge. Third Row: T. Antoneg Kempg Cros-
byg Mitchellg Peterseng Spearmang Trotterg Smarttg Moellerg Romo.
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Sabrette Pep Club members promote
school spirit in our pep assemblies X
which were held during homeroom.
These assemblies were held in class-
rooms due to our gym being incom-
First Row: Fryg Huskg Welchg Bucknerg Nicholsg Holtg Stathamg Norvellg Codyg S. johnson. Second Row.' Presserg
Dedmong Dixong Goundg Londong J. Mackeyg Looneyg Brooksg Browng D. Hudson. Tbird Row: Frysingerg G. Antoneg
Roofeg C. Robinsong Spillersg Minorg Knightg Benchg Smirhg Trippg Weberg Woolbert.
First Row: Winton, Bradam, lgo. Second Row Maxwell Ftrs! Row Madden, Woodrrng jolly Second Row M
jr. Instructor, Estes, Secretary, Maxg Mercer Mr Harris Moore, Sponsor Richardson, Ashpaugh Denwalt Ward
The purpose of Granr's Rifle Club
"The Targermastersn is to promote
safety in the handling of fire-arms.
Grant is the only school in the city
that has its own firing range. The
Rifle Club also has their own rifles.
Grants "Targermasters" are affilia-
ted with National Rifle Association,
and are divided into three teams,
one girl's team and two boy's reams.
In September of 1957 the boys and
girls divided into six tems, one
boy and one girl on each team and
went to the State Hunter's Safety
Meet, there to win state honors.
First Row: Davenport, Barber, Baker, B Toby Second Row Hudlow, Bowman, Hahn, johnson
Third Row: Mr. Nees, Mrs. Murphy, Miss Douthrtt, Mr Hostetter
VY1 I" Grant Students enjoy assembly given by the Boys'
Denny Kennedy crowns Tommy Farris "Miss Basket'
ball" in the hilarious pep assembly given by the
Science Club Determines The Elements.
The Science Club consists of a group of science-
conscious young people. Irs purpose is to give these
young people a place to meet and express their ideas
First Row: Miss Carter, Sponsorg Muellerg Nicholsg
Hallg Strakag Bowieg Murrayg Wilson: Hale.
The group gains in scientific knowledge by means of
films, field trips, and group discussions. Many of
the members, near the end of the school year, build
and enter scientific projects in the Science Fair.
Young people over the city, state and nation are in
competition at these affairs.
Enoxg Aylerg Mrs. Brandt, Sponsor. Second Row: Schwerzelp
Librarians Mend Books Projection Club Shows Film
The Library Club is a service club in
the school. Members receive one credit
a year. The present enrollment is seven-
teen, officers being Virginia Smith,
President, Lorellei Capps, Vice-Presi-
dent and Arlene Colbaugh, Secretary.
The club meets once a week to discuss
ways and means of serving the school
through the library.
The Projection Club is a service organ-
ization providing the faculty and stu-
dent organizations with easier facilities
and better aids to learning. The mem-
bers learn how to operate and control
16MM Motion Picture projection, 35MM
Filmstrip and slide projection, Tape
Recorder, and sound system.
First Row: Beavers, llollimang Childressg Smith Spillers, R Childress Babbit Second Row Brown, Woodrxn , Kel
lerg Gelping Jolllyg Seymour, Mr. Harris, Sponsor Tbzrd Row Ballard Dowdy, Guy, Coleman, Bryant, M icoat,
Middleton: Chand er. Fourth Row: Bowie, Beall Willeams, Power, ,laueler Everett, Greenwell
Humanities Club Studies Fine Arts.
Constantinople was toppled by the
Turks in 1453, and many Greek and
Roman scholars sought the compara-
tive safety of Rome. Fortunately for
posterity, they carried with them
what later comprised a large segment
of classic literature. This material
was so diverse, profound, and me-
ticulously wrought as to tease the
best minds out of their Medieval
grottoes and pave the way for the
The Renaissance in turn evolved the
term Humanism, so called because
for the first time, unhampered by re-
ligious dogma, man began to study
literature in a purely "human spir-
it". The scholars who pursued know- ,
ledge in the classics became known
as Humanistsg their studies were
then, as now, called the Humanities. It must be noted, however, that although these Humanities embroi-
dered every facet of cultural activity, their brightest thread was literature.
Seniors relax in our new Student Lounge during their spare time.
Today, when one mentions the Humanities, he thinks first of literature, then perhaps of philosophy, psy-
chology, art, music, and all that these in tum connote.
Our Humanities Club at U.S. Grant is dedicated to the Proposition that all brawn and no brains will make
jack a very bizarre boyg it seeks to engender a knowledge of, and an appreciation for, the Humanities. It
fosters the notion that out of this activity will emerge individuals who will perhaps someday ably assist
in untying the Gordian knots which presently chafe the society of nations. Founder and Sponsor
Earl Edward Stewart
gifs: Row: Saulsg Allspawg Mr. Stewart, Sponsorg Lawg Vickers. Second Row: Rea, Connellg Mackey: Willisp Matting
Senior High and . . .
Having an hour a day this year as the Senior
High Student Council did, was considered
time enough to work on all projects during
Another successful Howdy Week was spon-
sored by the council, ending with a jr.-Sr.
dance. Chapel services were held for all
the school. Thanksgiving and Christmas bas-
kets were filled. A Toys for Tots movie was
shown. Grant participated in the Chip In For
Polio Drive, backed by the Student Council.
A school emblem contest was held sponsored
by the council. Through the council, Grant
the people it affected see our former yearbook cover. was represented on K-I-OW radio station. The
new building and auditorium were dedicated
The name change was a big event this year. Here, some of
in a program given by this group.
Senior High Student Council
Back Row: Harperg Huskg Herring: Robinsong Finkleag Browng McDonaldj Webb: McWhirter3 Greathouse.
Fourth Row: Spearman: Trotter: Stubbsg Shipley: Smartt: Betheag Medley: Marting Welch: Foster. Third
Row: Hudsong Williams: johnson: Leej Hooker: Beavers: Morris: Blancett: Geyer: Royal. Second Row:
Owens: Caldwellg Coxg Bucknerg Coxg Chandler: Chapmang Burgessg Knightg Hudson. First Row: Ectonj
Strickland: Ford: Shipley: Sheehan: Fox: Mr. Walraven, Sponsor.
Junior High Student Council
The Junior High Student Council purchased
the following items for the Reading Clinic:
The film-strip "Dr. Spello's Goals in Spell-
ing", and a silver coated screen made es-
pecially for tachistoscopic use.
The proceeds of our rummage sale will be
contributed toward the purchase of new caps
for the band.
We sponsor three dances during the year. In
May, we honor the in-coming seventh grade
students at a spring dance.
Good citizenship in the classroom and about
the building is stressed by the group.
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Students leave Chapel, sponsored by the Student Council.
zmior High Council HeQJs Others.
First Row: Dixon, Lo
gan, Wilkerson, Crosby, Dorsey. Second Row: Sitton Figaro Davis jackson Collier
Schwartz, Fricker. Third Row: Ehrig, Treichler, Humphrey, Case, Presser, ,Treichler Reed McAdooz Browe:
Thompson. Fourth Row: Mercer, Stewart, Edwards, Smith, Troxell, Herriott, Miss Cr,eecy, Sponsor.
First Row: Browning, Ketch, Smoot, Stubbs. Second Row: Schwerzel, Young, Powell, Stover, Shields, Haworth,
llixon, Law. Third Row: Burk, Chapman, Broadstone, Mclnnis.
Swing Band H eaos Promote School Spirit.
Swing Band show's their 'stuff' in Pep Assembly.
Under the direction of Mr. Don Todd the U.S.
Grant Marching Band has many different small-
er bands within it. The best known of these is
the Swing Band, known to band members as
the basketball band.
Mr. Todd has put forth much effort with the
boys working out the harder parts, arranging
music where it can be played, and last but not
least teaching the band self-control and be-
Study Hall provides time for relaxation on the n
student lounge. few stitches.
NRL. Gives Pla s and Enters Contests.
The N.F.L. is composed of people who are active in speech toumaments and con-
test work. Its purpose is to promote speech activities in high schools. The initials
stand for National Forensic League whose national headquarters are in Ripon, Wis-
Membership at Grant stands at about seventeen people. Members are able to win
degrees, of which there are four. They do this by earning points in contests. There
are degrees of merit, honor, distinction and excellence.
First Row: Abelg Gilping Webbg Bellg Manningg Mr. Waltman Sponsor' Vickers' Willis' Law Second R
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McFeelyg Turnerg Brown.
Mrs. jones shows the Home Economics students a
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First Row: Lee, Streeter, Logan. Second Row: Hunter, Whitaker, Hannah, Stiver, Smith, Kinkaid, Vance,
Driskill, Price, Timanus. Third Row: Nelson, Allspaw, Porter, Walser, Witten, Milligan, May, Wilkerson,
Peacock, Harper, Barnthouse, Garza, Way, Barrett. Fourth Row: Knight, Treichler, Smith, Smith, Cannon,
Browning, May, Treichler, Shaffer, McGhee, Clingan, Straka, Hyden, Sowell, Kay. Fifth Row: Wright, Cox,
Canaday, Hall, Treat, Reaves, Owens, Mead, Swatek, Marrim, Shiplet, Clingan, Raddle, Muller, Allen, Davis,
Sixth Row: Staggs, Lovett, Pill, Holkum, Snider, Norton, Moore, Williams, johnson, Allison, McBride,Plalorn,
Elmore, Bauman, Mixon, Gage.
Girls Organize jr. Hi Pep Club . . .
This is the first year Grant has had a junior Hi Pep Club. We started with 145 CH'
thusiastic girls from the 7th through 9th grade. The purpose of the club is to stimu-
late more interest in junior High athletic activities and promote better sportsmanship
We look forward most to the crowning of the "All Sports Queen" during basketball
season. This years queen was Dickie Filler.
Dickie Filler, is crowned jr.-Hi All
Sports Queen of 1957-58.
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First Row: Brandenburg, Burrs, Wilkerson. Second Row: Goodman, Powell, jaragin, Fanning, Cunningham,
Crnwford, Cash, Roper. Third Row: Sells, Dunn, Bryant, Dobyns, Hill, Wyonts, Dunn, Sieke . Fourth Row:
Prichard, McDoell, Monroe, Mackey, Filler, Anderson, Wilkerson, Keas, Steele. Fiflb Row.' Dixon, Wright,
Ferrel, Heart, Curtis,johnson,Krag, Coker, Willbg, Long. Sixtb Row: Ashlock,Plum1ey, Little, Thompson,
Willson, Filler, jackson, Anderson, LaVarnway, rowe, Davis, Cox.
Miss Bittle discusses Sandy's problems.
National Tbespian Soviet Prepares Pla
THESPIANS - First Row: Allspawg Looneyg Bellg Wheelerg Mrs. Nestlerode, Sponsor. Second Row: Buckner
Brunsong Webbg Payne.
The National Thespian Society is a nation-
al Dramatics organization made up of local
clubs known as troups. Grant had to fulfill
a number of qualifications in order to re-
ceive a charter for its Troupe, which is
listed as TIOUPC 1624. The troupe must ini-
tiate 10 new members a year to keep its
charter. Membership cannot be granted until
the prospective member has earned a speci-
fic number of points by either acting in
plays or helping with the production of
In 1958, with a new auditorium to inspire
them, the Thespians decided to produce a
play, "Best Foot Forward". On April 24
and 25 this play was presented to the stu-
Thespians attended a number of plays dur-
ing the year, and are looking forward to a
busy year in 58-59.
Mary Johnson and Bob Ecton look over the show-
case in front of our new Library.
The U.S. Grant Spanish Club, was organized by Mr.
Monjaras. It has a membership of 36 students. They
meet every other week, on Thursday. The purpose of
the Club, is to stimulate interest in the language, X
customs, games and songs of Spanish America. X
The club celebrates two lar e "Fiestas " Christmas
on "La Nanidad" and outdoor party on "Dia-de Cam- V
po" near the end of the school year. C
Mr. Smith seems to like what he sees, on
his tour of the building.
Spanish lub Brings Mexico To Grant
First Row: Mr. Monjaras,. Sponsorg Allspawg Enoxg Foster, Nicholsg Sullivan: Cowell. Second Row: Ander-
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son: Katsakis, Foxg Davis, johnsong Petty, Fry, Brown, avenport rr ow' , , ,
patrick: Kruse, Miller, Babbit.
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First Row.' Buckner: Holloway, Hall: Harperg Woodringg Babbitj Mr. Cox Sponsor Ser-ond Row Slang Sanger
Coppageg Lamb, Moran, Halesg Wilson.
Senior High Y Serves The School and The Communzt
The U.S. Grant Senior Hi-Y Club is a program for boys in the
tenth, eleventh, and twelfth grades, sponsored by the YMCA.
l. The Hi-Y purpose is: "To create, maintain, and extend
throughout the school, home, and community high standards
of Christian character.
2. The four planks of the Hi-Y program are: clean speech,
clean sportsmanship, clean scholarship, and clean living.
3. The Grant Hi-Y club welcomes into its membership any
student who accepts its purpose and is willing to work with
others in carrying it out.
4. This year, the Hi-Y club participated in many varied ao
tivities: The "Chips for Polio" drive, the Hi-Y Legislature,
and other activities that would be termed service.
Sports play a very important pr-t of our program, such as
bowling, swimming and basketball.
The Grant Hi-Y Club will always strive to carry on a program
built around the idea of service to the school, church, YMCA,
unior High Y
Serves The Communit
gycitement and fun go along with preparations for the Annual P-TA
The junior Hi-Y is a club program for boys of the
7th, 8th, and 9th grades, of approximately 12 through
14 years of age. It is sponsored by the Y M C A and
is given supervision by its leadership.
The purpose of the Junior Hi-Y is to strengthen bod-
ies, develop minds, worship God, and work together
for a finer community and a better world.
The Grant junior Hi-Y club offers its services for
worthwhile school and community projects, provides
camping experiences and other types of outdoor
activities for its members. It also participates in
athletic activities such as football, basketball,
bowling, baseball and maintains high standards of
It is a way of working together and playing together
to carry on a purposeful club program. The junior Hi-
Y club is sponsored this year by Mr. MacKeen.
First Row.' Swaffordg Hopkinsg Colwellg Lealcej Cochran: Davis. Second Row.' Scott: Collier: Bruziell: Garland: Mc
Feely: Hernandez. Third Row: Mr. MacKeen, Sponsor, Brattaing Parker, Dunlapg Chaneyg Moyer. Fourth Row.' Knapp:
Grimes: Scott: Reed.
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Orclaestm Provides Special Music.
First Row: Bradbury, Clingan, Scott, Mueller, james, Allspaw, Tate, Coffman. Second Row: -Owens, Burrs, Scott, Gound,
' A l M ff t Wh' Carroll Mansfield Ashworth. Fourtb Row:
Nash, Wall, Lorey, Newton. Third Row. Evans, Nelson, y er, o a t, ite, , ,
Rea, Miss Thompson, Director, Benson, Welch.
The purpose of the Orchestra is three-fold: CD Mem-
bers - to provide training in orchestral playing, to
develop the abilities of leadership and of group co-
ordination, a sense of musicianship, and a sense of
love of good music. C25 School - to encourage school
spirit by maintaining an active organization capable
of representing Grant school in co-ordination or com-
petition with other schools throughout the state. C33
Community - to encourage unity within the commun-
ity and an interest in orchestras and the cultural as
pects of community life.
Activities of the year included Elementary School
programs, P-TA Christmas Program, All-City jr.-Sr.
Highschool Festival Orchestra, All-State Orchestra,
assembly programs, and U.S. Grant - Southeast
Spring Orchestra Concert.
Instructions for preparing a balanced meal are taught in home economics
First Row: Waller Brock Barb T lb
, , er, o en, Pond, Thompson, Allen Dav1s,Allspaw Condren Mrs Pear'
The Garden Club of U.S. Grant was organ-
ized two years ago and a great deal of work
was cbne on beautifying the flower beds
the previous year.
Trees, shrubs, roses, and many kinds of
bulbs were planted.
Some of the aims accomplished this year
CU we planted 100 day lilies
C25 250 Iris
C35 190 cannas
C43 250 jonquils to plant
Grant has a new green house that they
shall be permitted to share with the Science
department. They have planted five flats
of petunias, larkspur, periwinkle, nastur-
tiums and other flowers for late spring
First Row: Croshyg Haung Leeg Wilkersong Coxg Harperg Mrs. Crowder, Sponsor. Second Row: Mitchellg
Heathg Hookerg Owensg Reidg Barnthouseg Brandenburghg Connell. Third Row: Kempg Yatesg Grisbyg An-
toneg Petersong Shipleyg Looney.
Senior High Y-Teens Prooicle
laristiem Fellowship For Young Girls.
The Y-Teens is a Christian organization of girls all In this endeavor they seek to understand jesus, to
over the world united in fellowship. They devote their sharehis love for all people, and to grow in the know-
time to service projects and social gatherings. ledge and love of God.
The terrace in front of our beautiful new library provides an excellent place for
First Row: Percifieldg Caldwellg johnsong Fordg Langston. Second Row: Eschlerg Lewisg Hinesg Kctch,
Chandlery Mrs. Sparks, Sponsorg Heath.
The Yearbook Staff is "caught in the act" proofreading our 1958 l d S ll
H Quill and Scroll, International Honor So-
Q li' f ciety for High School journalists, was
4 organized at U.S. Grant in 1956 by one
dozen members of the Grant Dispatch and
,,,, 1 General Staff. Members are instructed in
f K Chapter Meetings of the ethics and ideals
of journalism inculcated by the Society.
Eligibility is ba s ed upon scholastic
standing and personal qualities of leader-
One of the many things that Grant has to lookup to, is the band.
The band this year is composed of members from 8th thru 12th
grades. Many people don't realize how much hard work and ef-
fort it takes to have a good band. A large amount of the credit
can be given to Mr. Don Todd, the director. Many people do
not realize the important part the Band plays in school activ-
ities. They have participated in several contests. At football
games their enthusiastic playing and unique formations during
the half has boosted school spirit. The basketball games and
pep assemblies would not be the same with out the small
Bam! Enrolls Large Number of Artists . .
F' t R : Cha mang Jacky Hillg Johnstong Browningg Holloway. Second Row: Coxg Erwing Ketchg Davenportg Cagle
175- ow p
Shrader' Smith' C. Stubbs. Third Row: jenkinsg Andersong Woodallg Kenamerg Carlisleg Richardsong Schwerzelg Young
Powellg,Stoveri Shields. Fourth Row: Sittong Tarltong Nelsong Maxwellg Stonebrakerg Bucknerg dwar sg M,-,Todchsponsog
The band christened the use of our new auditorium giving the
first performance on Friday night, February 28, 1958.
The band's necessary elements besides the members are the
Band Queen, Drum Major, and its officers. The Band Queen is T
Kay Edwardsg Drum Major, Jerry Smootg and the officers are,
Presidentg Chuck Stubbs, Equipment Mgr. Paul Grounds, Sec-
retary, Mary Ann Stubbsg Student director jon Lawg Represent-
ative for the paperg Joel Ketch, Business Mgrg Don Young.
Ana' Practices For Cancert.
First RowqlonesgChambersgVossgWi11iamsgM.StubbsgHaynesgMcMannis.SecondRow: J.johnsongCorne1l5SmithgMCKinney5
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atm, u erg erces, jones. Third Row. Eadesg Huffman, Roweg Blackmong Daileyg Jonesg Schulerg Littleg Bruhag Millerg
Nashg Clay. Fourzb Row: Groundsg Lawg Hooverg Hixong Craigg Beaverg Mercerg Shraderg Browng Frith. Fifzb Row: Mclnnis'
Curbyg Briscoe. ,
First Row: Mrs. Mary Manningg Raperg Robertsg Coffeyg LaMarg Slaterg Collingsworthg Witty Robertsg Fisherg
Littleg Wri hrg Wilsong Evansg Walkerg Fox. Second Row: Wirhgtg McDowellg Shaferg Bunchg Reavesg Mooreg
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Eadesg Wilfiamsg Umburgerg Childress, Timanua, Kerehne. Third Row. Pascher, Jo nson, 1 on, rea ,
derg Maloyg May.
Eighth Grade Girls' Chorus
inth Grade Trio
This Chorus is open to any eighth grade girl
who likes to Sing' Basic vo1?e techniques Sharon Sandersg Sheila Erwing Carolyn Lindquist
are leamed and the girls are given a chance
to see if they can qualify for advanced Glee l
Club or Choir. l
Some of the students sang in the Annual PTA
Christmas program and all sang in the All-
City Spring Choral Festival.
Mary Capehart, Sabrette President
Cheerleaders help support our team.
crowns Daniel Foster Sabrette Buddy.
Wood McMahon Football Ca tain crowns Patti
Dickie Filler is crowned jr.-Hi. All
Wynn 1957 Footliall Queen.
A hilarious comedy, "Onions In The Stew" was presented by the junior and Senior Classes.
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Janice Sheehan Betty Reed
Senior Football Freshman Football
Queen Attendant Queen Attendant
Gloria Barnthouse , Connie Streeter
Junior Basketball Freshman Basketball
Queen Attendant Queen Attendant
Wendel Patton Mary Nell johnson Judy Chandler Bob Eg-ton
General King General Queen General Queen General King
Attendant Attendant Attendant Attendant
Ricbfvd Tbompson Jeanine London Shirley Reddick Ronnie Logan
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Attendant Attendant Aliefldllfli Attendant
WE WERE FIRST In School Spirit
Ana' Backed All SPORTS.
We worked together as a team.
Win or lose, they are our boys and we support :hem
Boys receive special instructions before the
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Jimmy Owens Mike Percifield jimmy Short Don Smith Richard Thompson Larry Warner
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First row: Gibbon, Short, Suggs, Logan, Knapp, Smith, Christian, Evans, Davenport, Freshour, F. johnson.
Second row: L. johnson, Warner, Tillerson, Austin, Hackett, White,-Ferrin, Barnthouse, Woodside, Simmons.
Third row: games, McMahon, Farris, Owens, Lewis, Foster, G. Wilson,Voewell,L.yon, Mr. Norwood. Fourth
row: Mr. Mil s, Falls, Gerlich, Brown, Hayden, Percifield, Coppage, Rushing, L. Wilson, McMillan.
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Sept. 13, 1957-The U. S. Grant Generals struck on
Senior High Team
long-distance scoring plays late in each half and
then held off a last minute Ponca City passing attack
to edge the Wildcats 12-6 at Ponca City. It was
a hard fought defensive game.
Sept. 19, 1957-The first touchdown for the Generals
came when they recovered a fumble during the first
period and hit pay dirt two plays later. John Marshall
then came alive and scored two quick touchdowns,
but the fighting Generals fought back for another touch-
down to win the game 14-12 at Capitol Hill Stadium.
Sept. 27, 1957-Homer Stadium Tulsa, Oklahoma.
The Generals were hard-pressed for three quarters
then came alive to beat the Hornets 19-6. It was a
pretty unfair game, because one General put three
Homets out of the game.
Oct. 4, 1957-Hamilton field, Stillwater, Oklahoma.
The Generals three game winning streak came to an
end today. It was a defensive struggle all the game
except for abrief stretch during the third period when
Stillwater made a touchdown, final score 0-7.
Oct. 11, 1957-Grant lost all of its power during
this game. The Generals just couldn't cope with the
passing of Classen's team, but they still put their
heart in it. The score was 6-20.
Ponca City, , , ,
John Marshall ...... 14-12
Booker T. Washington. . . 19-6
Stillwater ......... 0-7
Classen. . . 6-20
Northeast .... 27- 14
Elk City . . 6-7
Central . . . 24-6
Southeast .... 7-13
Harding ........ 6-20
Oct. 18, 1957-U. S. Grant kept its Capital Confer-
ence title hopes alive Friday beating Northeast 27-
14 at Taft Stadium. The General's Victory over the
Norsemen left them tied for second place and a chance
to win the conference title.
Oct. 25, 1957-Elk City had to fight hard the whole
game to edge the Generals 7-6. The Elks were in
Grants territory only once more, while the Generals
were on the Elks 21, 31, 8 and 5 yard lines. Grants
attack was seriously crippled when one of their play-
ers received a leg injury.
Oct. 31, 1957-The Generals played like they're cap-
able of, by thrashing Central 24-6. The Generals
found it easy going over the tackle slots and around
Nov. 7, 1957-Grant tasted defeat like they never
had before by letting Southeast edge them 13-7. There
was just one second left in the game when the Spar-
tan's quarterback heaved a touchdown pass to win
Nov. 14, 1957-The Generals completed their Cap-
itol Conference schedule by taking a 20-6 defeat
from Harding. This loss left the generals in a four-
way tie for second with a3-3 record in final standings.
I-'irsl row: Lees, Peck, Holland, Butler, Harrison, Kelner, Hendren. Second row: Edwards, Owens, Brown, Turner, Akins,
Knapp, O'Shea, McMahon, Little. Third row: Crosby, Tedder, Larner, Bureman, Swafford, Garlick, Gibson, jenkins
Fourlh row: Grimes, Rose, Edwards, Dies, Warner, Brocaw, Holland, Dell, Shaffer.
Junior High Football
U. S. Grant jr. High Generalsfootball team had a pretty fair season this year. It has given them
added experience toward becoming good football players for Grant in later years.Th6 Coaches have
said that they expect a lot from the boys, Good Luck.
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U.S. Grant Generals pick up the needed yardage around right end
Daniel Foster Ronnie Logan
Wayne McDonald Ronnie Yates
Southeast. . .
Putnam City .
Southeast. . .
. .Nottheast. . .
Capitol Hill .
Southeast. . .
SENIOR HIGH VARSITY SQUAD: First Row: Percifieldg Bunchg Christiang Whiteg Logan. Second Row: Coach Meth-
enyg Fisherg McMi1ling McDonaldg Yatesp Foster.
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111-'GUARD Foster, McMillin, and Yates, trying for the rebound.
The Generals started off the season with a victory over
Bethany by the score of 52-31, they kept on rolling by
beating an lidmond team to the tune'of 47 to 39. After win-
ning the first two the Generals met their first blockade of
the season at the Central gym. Central beat the Grant
boys in overtime by the score of 37 to 34.
December 13, the Generals took a trip to Edmond to gain
a close one by the score of 41 to 40. December 20, the
Grant boys lost another close one to the Southeast Spar-
tans. Over the holidays the Generals took in one festival
and one tournament. In the festival at Edmond they lost
both games, one to lidmond and the other one to Putnam
City. While inthe Southeast tournament they beat Wewoka,
only to go down to Southeast in a hard fought battle in
juanary 9, a heped up Bethany team beat the Generals.
Grant playing a good game defeated Capitol llill 42-29,
january 17, the Generals again hit the winners column by
downing Classen by 2 points. Grant then went into a slump
losing two straight, one to john Marshall and one to Hard-
The Generals came right back by beating a good Northeast
team by the score of 53-51. Thursday, January 30, Grant
lost to an eager Capitol Hill team that hit 4071 of their
shots fromthe field. The skins took it by the score of S2-
45. Grant came right back winning two straight from Clas-
sen and Southeast. The Generals' fast five ran circles
around both Classen and Southeast, winning from the Com-
ets by the score of 38-29 and the Spartans by the tune of
54 to 38.
Monday, February 11, Grant lost to a keyed up Central
crew by the score of 42-28.
Then the Generals lost to a hot john Marshall team by a
score of 64-52, but came right back into the winners col-
umn by downing Northeast 60-54. The last game of the sea-
son was against llarding, we lost 63-42, it was a fair game
from the field but they were hot at the free throw line.
jerry Fisher joe Gibbon jerry McMillin Charles Peck Ronnie Percifield Darrell White
SO19l'l.- FORWARD SOlJll.- CENTER JR.- FORWARD JR. ' FORWARD JR.- FORWARD JR.- FORWARD
Bethany , , , , , 27-31
Edmond . . . . . 24-32
Southeast. . . . . 42-34
Bethany .... . . 35-29
Capitol Hill . . . . 44-27
Classen ...... . . 32-30
john Marshall . . . . . 52-45
Harding ...... . . 35-49
Northeast. . . . . 68-45
Capitol Hill . . . . . 44-60
Classen. . . . . 55-53
Southeast . . . . 53-35
Central . . . . . 53-37
SENIOR HIGH "B" SQUAD: First Row: Ardg Hackettg Barnthouseg Rose. Second Row: Coach Browng
Fisher: Wilsong Diesg Grimesg Edwardsg Ferren.
The "B" squad had a fair record this year. They are still The Jr. High Basketball team did not win very many games
inexperienced, but we are expecting them to be very good this year but they have gained added experienced and the
players in the future. They have a great deal of heighth and coaches said they expect a lot out of them in the future.
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Southeast. . . . .
Monroney . . . . .
Capitol llill . . . .
Moon ..... . .
Franklin . . . .
Central . . . . .
JUNIOR HIGH TEAM: First Row: Harrisong Ectong jenkinsg Waldtol. Second Row.' Swaffordg Haung
Wamerg Crosbyg Roseg Moen. Third Row: Coach Browng Hollandg Edwardsg Grimesg Dellg Browcawg
Bob Austin Duke Christian Steve Duncan Jimmy Ferren Joe Gibbon Melvin Hackett
SECOND BASE SHORT STOP OUT FIELD FIRST BASE IRST BASE PITCHER
Senior Junior junior Junior Sophomore junior
Denny Kennedy Ronnie Logan jerry McMillin Dick Parker Charles Peck Mike Percifield
CATCHER OUT FIELD THIRD BASE OUT FIELD PITCHER OUT FIELD
junior Senior junior Senior junior Senior
LSB BASEBALL SCHEDULE
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Ronnie Percifield Charles Rushing Darrall White Coach Brown
OUT EIELD PITCHER SECOND BASE
Junior Sophomore junior
The Grant Generals baseball team is expected to be better this year than they have
ever been. The reason for it is they will have back most of the players they have
had since they have been in the Capital Conference. They will be quite strong at
pitching and will have an extra supply of hitters with some who can hit the long ball.
They say they are going to be a strong contender for the Conference title. So we
wish them the best of luck.
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throw disc- hand at shotput.
Iere Barnthouse takes the hurdle with ease.
U. S. Grants track team is expected to fair pretty well this year in the Capital Con-
ference. A couple of new things they have taken up are the high and low hurdles
and the high jump. On the low and high hurdles they have some boysthathave
pretty good time. In the high jump they can hit 6' and better. The dashes and re-
lays employ some fast sprinters. They had to work in the gym during the first of the
spring because of rain. But the coaches agreed it hasn't held them down a bit.
TRACK TEAM: First Row: T. Farrisg E. Freshoutg J. Bamthouseg G. Diesg J. Hollandg J. Chaneyg D. Fostetg Brown:
L. Johnsong M. O'Sheag Second Row: Coach Norwoodg B. Haydeng je. DeGraffenriedg R. Roseg B. Knappg .Parkerg
R. McMahong D. Dellg A. Blockerg C. Warnerg Coach Mills. Tbird Row: C. Gerlishg D. Smithg G. jamesg C. Davenportg B.
Brown' D. Howeg R. Stacyg R. Taggart. Fourth Row: L. Wilsong C. W. Vowellg C. Wilsong J. Lyonsg D. Wilsong J. Littleg
B. Millerg W. McDonald. Sixth Row: J. Peckg R. Duncang A. Turnerg j. Garrettg R. C. Brown.
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Senior Sophomore Sophomore
Paul Stambaugh Mr. Nees
This years golf team will consist of four senior boys of
which two were ineligible last year. The alternates will
be Ronny jones, Bill Moore, Doug Shields, and Jimmy
Last years team was Capital Conference co-champs. The
team consisted of Steve Martin, Billy Moore, Barry Hart-
man, jerry Walser, and jackie Albright. The team will be
in good shape this year because they only lost one man
from graduation, Steve Martin, and gained two Bobby
Ecton and Paul Stambaugh, who were ineligible to play
This years team is favored to win the Capital Conference.
The junior high golf team will employee four players who
will be eligible to play on senior high team next year.
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LUNIOR HIGH GOLF TEAM: Gale Wintong Richard
rowng Billy Ectong David Rapp.
Sue Brandenburg Pat Bryant Darlene Grigsby Sondra Hackett
Junior Senior Junior Sophomore
Volleyball Basketball Softball Volleyball
Basketball Volleyball Volleyball Basketball
Softball - Captain Basketball
Miss Sughru, Coach
Girl's Basketball is played quite differently than the boys, which you well enough
know if you have ever attended one.
After volleyball the girls went into basketball full force. Starting with forwards
shooting goals and the guards passing. The girls progressed until they were ready
for actual play to begin.
The girl's basketball team this year has been by far the best basketball team,
sportsman wise. They didn't win very many games, but they gained a great deal of
experience and fun playing the city schools.
Darlene Grigsby makes the jump shot, while Pat Bryant tries
to block it to no avail.
! Feb. 13, John Marshall .....
Feb. 18 Northeast ....
Feb. 21 Capitol Hill. .
Feb. 25 Southeast ....
Feb. 28 Northwest . . .
Mar. 3, Central .....
Mar. 6, Classen ....
Mar. 10 Harding ....
Mar. 18, Douglas ....
7, John Marshall
9, Harding ...... . . .
Charlotte Moeller Judy Moore Wanda Powell
Senior Sophomore Sophomore
Softball Softball Volleyball
Volleyball Basketball Basketball
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14, Southeast. . . . . . Here
16, Classen .... . . .
Sandy Yates tags Sue Brandenburg out as she slides into
Patti Wynn Sanday Yates
Junior junior Junior
Volleyball Softball Softball
Basketball Volleyball Volleyball
The girls' sports class starts each year off
with softball, they have a tournament type
play that features all the other schools in
Oklahoma City. The girls softball team only
played one game this year due to the rainy
weather in the fall.
They usually play four of them on this side
of town and the winners of this play the north
Softball is the one sport that is favored by
all people. With the experience the girls
gained this year we know they will improve
next year. Good luck.
Charlotte Moeller awaits the set up from Patti Wynn.
13, Capitol Hill .
18, Northeast ..... ....
25, John Marshall ........
6, Southeast ......
10, Classen ....
13, Central ....
16, Harding ....
18, Douglas ....
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The girl's teams class plays volleyball after softball season. The volleyball sea-
son ran about two months, during which time they played all the city schools once.
They played pretty well this year, winning nearly half the games. The winner of
each game was determined by the one scoring the most points in a given length of
Badminton is one of the individual
sports in which the sports class partic-
ipates. It is played in the spring
usually the middle of April. Grant
sends representatives to a tourna-
ment which is usually held at South-
east. Several single and double teams
will represent Grant this year.
Sondra Hackett and Wanda Powell indulge in a set of singles
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WE WORKED TOGETHER Learning
School work caught up with us and we
spent every spare moment in the library.
ew Ideas In CLASSES.
Chemistry students search for better scientific methods.
Safe driving is practiced the year around
in the Drivers Ed classes.
DR. MELVIN W. BARNES
Superintendent of Schools
Board of Education
The members of the Oklahoma City Board of Education
work tirelessly to equip our city schools, provide the
finest teachers available and plan a program of varied
Dr. Barnes, Superintendent of Schools, labors enthus-
iastically far "beyond the call of duty' to arrange
the finest education available to the students of Okla-
homa City. He is sincere in his attitude toward teach-
ers and students and is outspoken in his demands for
adequate funds for the schools.
To these people we give our sincere appreciation.
DR. N. L. GEORGE MR. M. BURR
Assistant Superintendent Assistant Superintendent
Charge of buildings and grounds
Phil C',Bennet Mr. C. B. McCray Mr, jim Wright Mr. Otto F.Thompson Mrs, L, D Melron
Pfeslfiem r Vice President Board Membgf Board Member Board Member
Board of Education Board of Education
The Parent-Teacher Association is constantly
endeavoring to furthur promote the welfare of
youth and develop between educators and the
general public the highest advantages in phys-
ical, mental, social and spiritual education.
Through the combined efforts of parents,
teachers and students, they sponsored a very
successful Circus thisyear, making 81,327.36
After the expenses and yearly P-TA budget
were met they had 3619.76 left for school pro-
A movie projector and a Remedial Reading Mrs. Ham ton and Mrs. Littlefield explain the absentee bul-
projector has been purchased. A silver coffee
service, which can be used by the Home Econ-
omics classes in their social training, has
also been purchased. Plans are being com-
pleted for the acquisition of bicycle racks.
Any money left will be added to the student's
letins to fimmy Williams.
The P-TA has a membership of 816, which ex'-
ceeds their goal of SZ over last year's mem-
They sent our Principal Mr. Russel C. Browe,
to the Principals' Convention in Indianapolis,
Indiana, feeling that the information gleaned
there would be of great help to him and our
Their many officers and committees have
worked together, hand in hand, making a very
successful year. The Student Aid Committee
was responsible for helping many students by, P.T.A. Moms work industriously preparing for the annual
providing adequate Clothing for them. P.T.A. Circus held in October. Proceeds buy necessary
equipment for the school.
First Row: Mrs. T. Roy Brown, President, Mrs. Russell Greathouse, Vice-President, Mrs. Marc janet, Secretary, Mrs.
Curtis Bell, Treasurerg Russel C. Browe, Principalg C.D. Chase, Parliamentariang Mrs. Stanley Coppage, Sr. Hi. Re-
creation Chairmang Mrs. Bill Knapp, Civil Defense Chairman, Mrs. F. Sachsenheimer, jr. Hi. Homeroom Representa-
tive, Mrs. D.M. Ayler, Sr. Hi. Homeroom Representative. Second Row: Mrs. T.E. Martin, Bulletin Chairman, Mrs. C.H.
Stubbs, Historian, Mrs. A.W. Finklea, Yearbook Chairman, Mrs. Estel Petty, Membership Chairman, Mrs. Emil Straka,
Magazine Chairmang Mrs. Dick Williamson, Council Delegate, Mrs. A.W. Reddick, Emblem Chairman, Mrs. L. Bendorf,
Student Aidg Mrs. Cecil Kegans, Safety Chairman, Mrs. Dale McWhirter, Safety Chairman.
MR. RUSSEL C. BROWE, Principal of U. S
Grant Jr. - Sr. Highschool.
MR. TOM SMITH
Assistant Principal of U. S. Grant jr. -Sr. Highschool.
Bea Bradley guanita Bittle
Registered Nurse IbH1Bh Cilrlsi
Salutations and congratulations to Mr. Browe. His
dream has come true. Under his stern direction new
fields of education have opened to us. Through his
loyalty, spirit, and guidance Grant has grown from
a circus tent to a beautiful physical plant which is
now one of the most outstanding highschools in Okla-
Mr. Smith along with Mr. Browe in his administrative
duties, has made numerous friends and helped many
students straighten out their problems. His outstand-
ing guidance has been an everlasting inspiration to
the student body.
Perhaps the busiest people at Grant are those in the
main office. Working constantly and tirelessly they
serve as a general information bureau, operate the
switchboard, issue daily bulletins and take care of
all records and official business of the school.
To all these people our sincere and deep appreciation
Vinnie Creecy D l
Financial S ecretary
jr. Hig h Counselor
Opal Hampton Opal Littlefield Mildred Patterson Maurice Walraven
Secretary- to the Attendance Clerk Librarian Sr. High Boys'
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Ray Ballew Vera Billingslea Fred Bingham Fern Bowman Patricia Brandt VFW Brewer,
Music Typing, Shorthand Metalwork Special Education Math and Science SPCCWI Education
and Business English
Iona Britton DOH Brown
Seventh Grade Choir Boy's Gym and
Ida Carter Luana Chapman C. D. Chase
General Science English and English
and Biology Social Studies
Patricia Dale Barnhill
In a never ending job, our faculty in ever
willing to lend a helping hand. They have
seen us through each year and have played
a major roll in preparing us for the trials of
life. Social responsibility, qualities of
leadership, ability to enjoy life and appre-
ciate beauty are fundamental in cultural and
creative subjects designed to encourage
self expression. The music, art and speech
departments collaborate for special programs.
Mrs. Pearson keeps close tabs on students pass-
ing through halls during classes.
Lenora Gaasch Betty Gonulluer Woody G. Harris L, D, Hostetter
Crowder Social Studies Graphic Arts Social Studies
Science and English
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Norma Louise jones Cecil Kegans Barbara LaMonk Lenna Lawson
Math Drivers Education Cooking Typing and
English and Math
Mary A, Manning
Don A. McKeen
Ed the ones
English and Math
Work in English is vital to our progress in
other fields. The past is linked, through the
study of literature, social customs and
words, to the present, with its necessities
of both oral and written communication.
French and Spanish classes serve as an in-
troduction to other cultures and cultivate a
Mr. Smith takes time off from his busy office
schedule to look around the building.
Don Metheny Bill Mills
Science and Assistant Coach
Physical Education and Phy. Education
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Edna Myatt james B. Nees
Learning to operate all modern office equipment
and receiving adequate training for the business
world has enabled many U. S. G. students to secure
positions while others found the knowledge and
aid in college work.
Some physical education activity for every Grant
student is the goal of the physical education ed-
partment. Fair play and good sportsmanship is
Long practice sessions are typical of Mr. Todd and
his advanced Band students.
Al Monjaras john K. Moore Gillford Moutray
Spanish Math Social Studies
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Mary.Etta Nestlerode Clarence Niblett
llngllsh and 5PeeCh Mechanical Drawing
English and Math
and Socia Studies
Pauline Novev Tracy Norwood
Special Education Football.Coach
Louisa O'Steen Catherine Paschal Bertha Pearson Reine Pendleton Sidney Ruffu Mary Sparks
Business English 7th Block Math, English, Typing Math and Algebra Journalism
and Social Studies
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Georgia Stathos Earl Edward Stewart Lois Sughru Alice Terry Rosemary Thompson Donald G. Todd
Biology and College English Girls' Gym English and Orchestra Band
Chemistry and History Speech
Suzanne Vaughn Bill Waltman
To learn to sew, prepare foods and operate
a home economically is the aim of the s,"
Home Economics Department. '
Chemistry, Physics and general science Math
prepare GHS students for a future in the
scientific field. Grant's science depart-
ment is among the finest in the City.
A , N Home Living
Mrs. E. jones lends a helping hand to future
homemakers during her sewing class.
Cafeteria ladies work hard to prepare balanced meals for
us and to keep the cafeteria clean.
Custodians work constantly to keep our halls and class rooms spot-
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Cufohrla Staff- First Row: Mrs. Barkerg Mrs. Newmang Mrs. Wrightg Mrs. McMan5 Mrs. Golightlyg Mrs. Staffag Mrs. Roseg Mrs.
Weed. Second Row: Mrs. Corlyg Mrs. Terrellg Mrs. Mosleyg Mrs. Gordon: Mrs. Cotledgeg Mrs. Catesg Mrs. Browng Mrs. Tumerg
Custodian:-First Row: Mr
Kennyg Mr. Morrisong Mr
song Mr. Honeycuttg Mr. Howard
Mr. Sanders: Mr. Gammon.
Skaggsg Mr. Birchfieldg Mr. Pun:
neo. Second Row: Mr. Mickel-
Mrs Fast, our financial secretary, keeps carefull record of the
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Teachers relax in their lounge after a hard day
Mr. Chase gets the :radi-
tional Hawaiian 'greet-
ing" from his little friend.
Mrs. Bradley, the school nurse, keeps careful :abs
on :he health of U. S. Gram sruclenrs.
Wendel P atton
P at L ane
Sergeant at Arms
Grant Seniors have been outstanding in their athletic
ability and scholastic achievements. Here they look
over our school newspaper, "The Grant Dispatch" and
receive help from Mrs. Terry.
Mission accomplished! Five years ago, the Seniors
entered U.S. Grant High School for the first time,
now they are ready to lay the second floor of the
historical building of our beloved school. The found-
ation and first floor were put down by our predeces-
sors, the '56 and '57 Seniors.
They have experienced the thrill of achievement,
leaving behind an outstanding record in scholarship,
citizenship, athletics and above all high ideals and
This class was the first to graduate in the new aud-
itoriumg the first to give a separate prom and ban-
quetg and they worked very hard to earn enough money
for the gift they left to the school.
Wendel Patton, class president led the Seniors with
determination this year, capably supported by Judy
Cox, Vice-Presidentg Pat Lane, Secretary, Margaret
Fisher, Treasurerg Martha Langston, Reporter, Donna
Hines, Parliamentariang and Dick Parker, Sergeant
at Arms. They have had the faith and guidance of
their sponsors Mrs. Alice Terry, Miss Georgia Stathos
and Mr. Earl Stewart. These teachers have been an
everlasting prop on which to lean during the long
hard journey to Senior land.
Projection l yr.
Sabrettes Pep Club 4 yrs., Y-Teens 1 yr.,
F.B.L.A. 2 yrs.
Girls' Teams 2 yrs., Choir 1 yr.
JO ANN BROWN
Sabrettes Pep Club 4 yrs., Demerit Captain
55-56, jr. and Sr. Planning Committee, Safety
Council 1 yr., Red Cross 1 yr., Proiection
Club 1 yr.
Sabrettes Pep Club 4 yrs., Reporter 57-58,
F.T.A. 1 yr., Class Planning Committee 2
yrs., Student Council 1 yr.
Sabrettes Pep Club 3 yrs., Choir 1 yr., Y-
Teens 2 yrs.
Student Council 1 yr.,
JACKI E ALBRIGHT
Golf 2 yrs.
Student Council 2 yrs.,
Girls' O'Club 1 yr.
NANCY ALLSP AW
Newspaper Staff 1 yr.
Newspaper Staff 1 yr.
Student Council 1 yr., Red Cross 2 yrs., Vice-
President 1 yr., Secretary 1 yr., Spanish
Club 1 yr., Humanities 2 yrs., VicrPresident
1 yr., Thespians 2 yrs.
Boys' O'Club 3 yrs., Football 4 yrs., Base-
ball 2 yrs., Golf 2 yrs.
journalism 2 yrs., F.B.L.A. 1 yr.
ARTHUR BLOCK E R
Boys' O'Club 3 yrs., Track 3 yrs., jr. Red
Cross 1 yr.
Girls' Chorus 1 yr.
Football 2 yrs., Studen
Club l yr.
Band 4 yrs-
Thespians 2 yrs., Vice-President lyr., Red
Cross 1 yr.
Teams 4 yrs., Girls' O'Club 3 yrs.
Sabrertes Pep Club 2 yrs., F.T.A. 2 yrs-,
Student Council 2 yrs., Planning Committee
Choir 2 yrs., F.B.L.A. 2 yrs., Band 1 yr.,
5. 11- .'
t Council 1 yr., Science
Quill 8: Scroll 1 yr., Newspaper Staff 3 yrs.
Rifle Club 1 yr., Pep Club 1 yr., Safety Coun-
cil 1 yr., Student Council 1 yr., Cheerleader
Sabrettes Pep Club 4 yrs., President l yr.,
F.T.A I yr., Sr. Planning Committee 1 yr.
Junior Class Reporter 56-57, Sabrettes Pep
Club 4 yrs., Ass't Cheerleader 55-56, Year-
book Queen Candidate 55 and 58, Sophomore
class Treasurer 55-56, Student Council 1 yr.
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President Fresh Class 54-55, Vice-President
Sophomore Class 55-56, Football 2 yrs.,
O'C1ub 4 yrs., President Student Council
Band 2 Yrs., Rifle Club 5 yrs., President Red
Cross 56-57, Secretary-Treasurer 57-58.
Football 4 YIS-, Golf 2 yrs., Vice-President
Student Council 54-55, Sergeant at Arms jr.
Class 56-57, O'Club 4 yrs.
Football 2 yrs.
Girls' Chorus 2 yrs.
Hi-Y 1 yr.
Football 1 yr., Hi-Y., Reporter Hi-Y.
Sabrettes Pep Club 4 yrs., Secretary 1 yr.,
Vice-President jr. Class 56-57, Vice-Presi-
dent Sr. Class 57-58, Class Planning Commit-
tee 2 yrs., Student Council 1 yr.
Sabrettes Pep Club 2 yrs., Choir 4 yrs., Safety
Council 1 yr.
Rifle Club 1 yr.
RUTH ANN DIXON
Sabrettes Pep Club 4 yrs., Red Cross 4 yrs.,
Y-Teens 1 yr.
Choir 3 Yrs., Track 2 yrs., Basketball 1 yr.,
Football 2 yrs.
Pep Club 2 yrs., F.B.L.A.
Sr. Class Treasurer 57-58, Pep Club 3 yrs.,
Ass't Cheerleader 56-57, Choir Queen 57,
Choir 3 yrs., Secretary of Choir 1 yr.
journalism 2 yrs., Yearbook Staff 2 yrs.
Student Council Vice-President 56-57, Secre-
tary 57-58, Sabrette Pep Club 3 yrs., Ass't,
Cheerleader 56-57, Cheerleader 57-58, Year-
book Queen Candidate 55-56 8: 57-58, Plan-
ning Committee 3 yrs.
Mixed Chorus 2 yrs., Girls' Chorus 2 yrs.
Cheerleader 3 yrs., Student Council 2 yrs.,
Reporter 57-58, Candidate for Annual Queen
56-57, Attendant to Football Queen 56-57,
Miss Howdy 56-57.
NORMA JEAN GIBBS
FBLA lyr RedCros
Projection Club 1 yr.
Projection Club 4 yrs., B
Science Club 1 yr.
Football 1 yr., Track 1 yr
Choir 2 yrs., F.T.A. 1 yr
LEONARD HARP ER
Baseball 3 yrs., Basketball 1 yr H1 Y 2 yrs
Track 1 yr.
s 1 yr
oys Pep Club 1 yr ,
Senior girls trio perform for the Christmas As-
F.B.L.A. 2 yrs., Red Cross 1 yr.
Yearbook Staff 2 yrs., Red Cross 1 yr., Jr.
and Sr. Class Parliamentarian 5657 and 57-
58, Ir. and Sr. Planning Committee.
Red Cross 1 yr., Y-Teens 1 yr., F.B.L.A. 1 yr.
Choir 1 yr., Humanities l yr., Safety Council
1 yr. 1
Football 2 yrs., Baseball 2 yrs., O'Club 2
Choir 1 yr. Mixed Quartet 1 yr.
435 4 l
Student Council 1 yr
yrs., Demerit Captain
F.T.A. 1 YF-
Yearbook Queen Candidate 57-58, Student
Council 1 yr., Yearbook Staff 1 yr., Jr- Class
Treasurer 56-57, Sabrette Pep Club 4 yrs.,
Sgt. at Arms 57-58.
Band 4 yrs., Sports Editor of Grant Dispatch
l yr., Advertising Manager of Grant Dispatch
1 yr., Paper Staff 3 yrs.
Sabrette Pep Club 4 yrs., Secretary 56-57,
Vice-President 57-58, Choir 1 yr., Football
Queen Attendant 56-57, Planning Committee
2 yrs., Sr. Class Secretary 57-58.
Editor of 1958 General, Yearbook Staff 2 yrs.,
Pep Club 4 yrs., Demerit Captain 57-58, Re-
porter of Sophomore Class and Senior Class,
Student Council 1 yr.
Football 4 yrs., Track 1 yr., Boys' O'Club 3
yrs., Yearbook Staff 2 yrs., Quill and Scroll
., Sabrette Pep Club 3
56-57, F.B.L.A. 1yr.,
Football 1 yr.
Football 2 yrs., Baseball 2 yrs.,Baskerball
2 yrs., O'C1ub 2 yrs., President 57-58.
Girls' O-Club 2 yrs., F.B.L.A. 1 yr, Treasurer,
Basketball Queen 56-57.
Student Council 1 yr., Sr. Planning Committee
2 yrs., Basketball 3 yrs.
Football 4 yrs., Track
1 yr., O'Club 4 yrs.,
Photography 1 yr.
Safety Council 2 yrs.,
President 1 yr., Stu-
dent Council 1 yr.,Okla-
homa City Safety King
Sabrettes Pep Club 3 yrs., F.B.L.A. 2 yrs.,
Girls' Basketball Team 4 yrs., Girls' Volley
Ball Team 4 yrs., Vice-President of O'Club
Sabrettes Pep Club 4 yrs., Student Council
Orchestra 4 yrs., Science Club 3 yrs., Span-
ish Club 1 yr., Red Cross 2 yrs., Choir 1 yr.
Math students listen while Miss Norma Jones
explains T.V. algebra problems.
Football 1 yr., Red Cross 1 yr., Baseball 1
yr., Safety Council 1 yr., Hi-Y 1 yr.
Red Cross 2 yrs., Thespians 1 yr., Humani-
ties 1 yr., Y-Teens 1 yr., Jr. and Sr. Planning
Red Cross, Rifle Club, Unicycle Club, Photo-
L, rattthnr , A ,
Library Club 1 yr., F.B.L.A. Iyr.
Choir 4 yrs., Student Council 1 yr.. Girls'
Teams 1 yr., F.T.A. 1 yr.
Band 4 yrs., Sabrettes Pep Club 4 yrs., His-
torian 1 yr., F.B.L.A. 1 yr.,Sr. Planning Com-
mittee, Y-Teens I yr.
jr. Planning Committee, Student Council 3
yrs., Band 1 yr., Sabrettes Pep Club 2 yrs.,
Yearbook Staff 1 yr.
Football 2 yrs., Golf 3 yrs.
Student Council 3 yrs., Reporter 55, Jr.
Class Planning Committee, journalism 2 yrs.,
Yearbook Staff 1 yr., Sabrettes Pep Club 2
Football l yt., Basketball 1 yr., Baseball I
yr., O'Club 3 yrs., Sr. Class Sergeant at Arms
President Sr. Class 57-58, jr.-Sr. Planning
Committee 2 yrs., Safety Council 1 yr., Year-
book King Candidate 57-58.
Choir 3 yrs., President 1 yr., Drama Club I
yr., Mixed Quarter I yr.
Football 4 yrs., Baseball 4 yrs., O'Club 4
yrs., Sergeant at Arms, Sophomore Class
President., jr. Class President.
Thespians 2 yrs., President 1 yr., jr. Rotar-
ian 56-57, Hi-Y I yr., N.F.L.2 yrs.,President
Science Club 1 yr., Chess Club 1 yr., Student
Council 1 yr.
P ATSY PRICE
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Beginning typing students receive instruc-
tions from Mrs. Pendleton.
Sec.-Treas. for Freshman Class, F.B.L.A.1
yr., Red Cross, Science Club Iyr., Sabrettes
Pep Club 1 yr.
F.B.L.A. lyr., Reporter 1 yr., Y-Teen 1 yr.,
Newspaper Staff 2 yrs., Student Council 1 yr.
Library Aide 1 yr.
Choir 4 yrs., Y-Teens 1 yr., Inter Club Coun
cil representative 1 yr., F.B.L.A. I yr., Sab-
rettes Pep Club 3 yrs.
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F.B.L.A. 1 yr.
Football 3 yrs.
Band 1 yr., F.T.A. 1 yr.
Sabretts Pep Club 3 yrs.,
Ass't Cheerleader 56-
57, Vice-President of
Student Council 57-58,
Eagles Sweetheart 56-
57, Football Attendant
Sabrettes Pep Club 2 yrs., jr. Planning Com-
mittee 1 yr.
Girls, O'Club 2 yrs., Demerit Capt. 1 yr.
Band 4 yrs., Orchestra 1 yr., Boys' Pep Club
l yr., Projection 1 yr.
O'Club l yr., Football 1 yr., Golf l yr., Red
Cross 1 yr.
Chess Club l yr., Football 1 yr., Basketball
O'Club 3 yrs., Red Cross l yr., Football 1
yr. Golf 1 yr.
Grant boys make ready for the annual P.'I'.A.
circus under the supervision of Miss May.
MARY ANN STUBBS
Band 4 yrs., Secretary-Treasurer3yrs., Band
Queen 56-57, F.T.A. Parl. lyr., Vice-Pres.
l yr., Sabrettes Pep Club 3 yrs., Chap. l yr.
Parli. l yr., Student Council 3 yrs.
Band 2 yrs., Projection Club 2 yrs.
Band 2 yrs., Projection Club 2 yrs.
Football 2 yrs., Track 2 yrs., Yearbook King
Candidate 57-58, Baseball 2 yrs.
Grant's Senior girls enjoy a typical
F.Ii.L.A. lyr., President 1 yr., Sabrettes Pep
Club 2 yrs.
Planning Committee 2 yrs., Football 4 yrs.,
U'Club fi yrs.
Thespians 2 yrs., President 1 yr., N.F.L. 1
yr., President I yr., Student Council 4 YIS-,
F.T.A. I yr., llumnnities I yr.
I".I3.L.A. I yr., Band I yr., Library Club I yr.
Pres. Student Council, Sport-Page Editor of
Choir 4 Yrs., V-Pres. I yr. of Choir, Sabrettes
Pep Club 2 yrs., Attendant to Choir Queen
Basketball fl yrs., Track 3 yrs., O'CIub 4
yrs., Football 3 yrs.
The juniors better acquainted this year with the
modes and manners df senior high school met the
responsibilities and problems of upper classmen
laboring hard from the very beginning they displayed
their interest and willingness to work, finally reach-
ing their ultimate goalg a prom and banquet given for
Taking their share in all activities in and around
school and also maintaining a high scholastic record,
these students are now on the last leg of their jour-
ney to become Seniors ! !
Their sponsors, Mrs. Ida Carter, Miss Eleanor Douth-
itt, Miss Wanda May and Mr. Woody Harris have stood
by them during this, their junior year and have guided
them through their tough times.
Using a well quoted saying "As juniors we leave
you, as Seniors we greet you," they will look back
on their junior year at U.S. Grant as being highly
The juniors have been outstanding in their work this
year, displaying the energetic vitality that is typical
of a Grant Junior Class. Here they enjoy an hour with
Mr Stewart and listen attentatively to Mrs. O'Steen.
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This 1958 Sophomore Class has progressed through
this past year with but one objectiveg to gain their
rightful place in the realm of upper classmen. While
we all know that the life of a lower classman is a
multitude of realities, they have strived in every
way to capture the experiences and friendships they
have had and which they hold so dear.
This class is recognized by all other students and
faculty as being one of great promise and high aim.
Responsibility weighs heavy on their shoulders for
the year '58-'59 when junior class becomes their
Sergeant at Arms
Grant Sophomores worked and learned-together during
this past school year. Here they receive instructions
from Mr. Cox and sell newspapers to Mrs. Crowder.
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Don Ellen Dyer
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Mary Alice Petty
Ruth Ann Royal
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Freshman students accomplished much in their leader-
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work and graphic arts students learn to operate mach-
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have added another year of success to their present
record. They have accomplished much in their leader-
ship of junior High School, establishing a jr. Hi.
Pep Club and promoting an interest in sports, activi-
ties and studies. Grants "frosh" have maintained the
high standards of G.H.S.
Next year they will enter the realm of upper classmen
with much anticipation. This will be a long awaited
moment and will be one of their most exciting years
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striving for school spirit. This class has done a great
deal in helping their lower classmen fthe seventh grad-
ersl to become .acquainted with our school ways and
The girls were among the charter members of the junior
High Pep Club, promoting school spirit especially
among junior High Students. The boys are becoming
more and more like potential high school athletes.
Next year, they will be able to meet the challenge of
successful leaders of junior High School.
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nual music assembly.
Oklahoma History is the subject of Mr. l'lostetter's
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Seventh grade students began their junior
High school years in the new and finally
They were filled with apprehension and
anticipation as they entered their first
year at G. H. S.
However they soon forgot their timid-
ness and settled into the customs and
habits of our beloved school.
Along with the eighth and ninth graders,
the girls organized a junior High Pep
Club which supported and really brought
enthusiasm and spirit to due junior High
With apersonality all it's own, this years
seventh grade stepped into the whirl of
homework, sports, dances, sorrow and
laughter, typical of a school year.
Seventh graders work hard
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and stern supervision help
Painting a map, the students complete their study of
the world, and suffer through their semester exams
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This is your narrator, Amco Whopp, and today we take
you via Solar Vision, that marvelous invention of Ronnie
Logan's, back to the year of 1999 and the conquering of
Mars. This program is based on the notes and diary of
that famous scientist, Doctor Jimmie Plerce. Also many
of the following facts and events are from the files of
his wide awake assistant Arthur Blocker. We wish to
thank the McMahon-Maxwell Electroflash Picture Company
for furnishing some of these old fashioned pictures. Now
into the past ......
First we see those well-known scientists Larry
Phipps, Ken Coppage, Roy Brown, and Robert McWhlrter
preparing a fuel for the rocketship that is to carry the
first explorers to Mars. lt took a few more efforts on the
part of Victor Coleman, Fat Haggard, James Chappell,
Ronnie Wlllls, Jerry Summers and Som McBride to perfect
the fuel to blast Captain Ronnie Yates, Lieutenant Wayne
McDonald, Lieutenant Gary Walker, Sergeant Bob Horton
and Private Mlke Percifleld into space. Mike was for
merly a General but he was lowered in rank for insubor-
dination to Mrs. Pcrcifield, formerly Mary Nell Johnson,
who was Secretary of Missiles and Rockets at the time.
On the way to Mars these famed explorers inter-
cepted the satellite which had been whizzing around the
earth with Brenda Fox inside. Brenda was the object of
an experiment undertaken by her husband Jim Short to
prove the effectiveness of his new Anti-magnetic Solar
Martha Langston and Judy Chandler founders of the
Do-it-yourself Spacesuit Kit made a fortune after landing
on Mars. They organized the main plant on earth and
later set up one on Mars. Roma Owens and Llnda Orr
were put in charge of advertising for this newly formed
company and Tim Lewis and His charming wife, the
former Eileen Norvell were in charge of designing the
suits. Doing the modeling for these suits were Bob Aus-
tin, Judith Brown, Elizabeth Price, Kenneth Reece and
Through the infomation gathered by Pat Sherburne,
world renound meteorologist and his assistant weather-
men James Mansfield, James Moyer, Pete Lovett, Harold
Watson, Jerry Walser, and Charles Voss, Lowana Martin
was able to design dwellings suitable for the atmosphere.
Wendel Patton, Mars' first plumber found these homes
perfect for his wife, formerly Pat Lane and eleven
The thought of living on another planet drew many
earthlings to Mars. That famous mystery writer Lonnie
Allison and his wife, the former Jeanine London moved
to Mars so Lonnie could have peace and quiet. jeanine
formerly was a member of Charlotte Moeller's champion-
ship hockey team. Other members of the team were Donna
Collier, Peggy Nelson, Shirley Reddlck, Wanda Smlth,
Janlee Sheehan and their star, Bryndo Buckner. Brynda
was a singer until she took a golf club to her husband
Mars also drew the SMI, Srnith's Monuments Incor-
porated, headed by Don Smith the happy undcrtaker. Don
was looking for a few rocket failures when he started
his business. He took Jim Owens, Apollos Brunson,
Carl Hudson, Phillip Simms, Rex Duggan and Jim Evans,
his best granite chippers with him. Daniel Foster prompt-
ly sent Mary Capehort and Darla Day to Mars to open his
new store. Featured was his famous invention of Sonic
Cigars, the best thing to happen to smokers since filters
The building of Glen Denwalt's Rocket Factory was
one of the greatest assets on this newly inhabited planet.
It provided employment for a large number of people.
The building was designed by Jackie Albright, chief
architect, and his assistants Carolyn Cagle, Ray Easter-
ling, Linda Hargis and Jack Kirby. The materials were
furnished by Jerry Payne's and Kenny Shelton's Building
Supply Company-and Bill Callahan's Construction Com-
pany did all the work putting it up. Here we see those
hot-shot riveters Don Britt, Richard Browning, Clarke
Miracle, and Joe Mallcoate flattening out platinum rivets.
At the base of the newly formed building we see those
championship rod carriers, John Hannon, Robert Estes,
and Jimmie Cain with their foreman Nancy Allspow. On
the third floor of the building we see those famous wel-
ders Pat Brown, Jane Feland, Barbara Hacker, Wanda
Threadglll, Bonnie Wright and Marvene Sand. They all
belong to the Rocket Finn Welders Union which was
founded by that number one welder, Helen Ford and her
tourch carrier Bob Ecton.
Another important building was the Rocket Control
Center, operated by Larry Warner and Judy Cox. judy
was I.arry's chief director and was thought of by many
as being the "boss'. 'Boss' meaning head of the Cen-
ter. Bringing down those crazy rocket iockies was the
iob of Albert Moose, Mayredean Mammedaty, Barbara
Mueller and Arlen Sackett. In charge of plotting courses
for the rockets were Pat Bryant, Lorellle Capps, Norma
Gibbs, Jeanine Jack and Joyce Foutche. Thomas Bur-
chett, Gene Davls, Gordon Jensen, Barry Hartman, and
Johnny Heard held these positions until a few ships
failed to return from a flight to Mercury, then they were
The opening of Joe Clayton's FIZZ-TRAP, with
his famous Pineapple Pizza, started nightclubbing on
Mars. This was the most elaborate night spot on Mars
and featured an indoor parking building that would ac-
comodate 2000 space saucers, if their antennas were
down. When you pulled into the FIZZ-TRAP Joe Keteh,
George Gideon, and Darrall Goodman were there to park
your space saucer and help you into the sliding sidewalk,
an invention of Charles Coolte. On the inside you were
encountered by Faye Adamson, Ruth Ann Dixon, Sonia
Farrell and Claudia Henderson. These charming hos-
tess's would show you to a table where Johnny Jackson,
Don Howe, Jerry Nance, Paul Stombaugh and Grant Simp-
son would serve you. These waiters were the best to
come out of Betty Prlce's Waiter and Waitress Education
Clinic. 3-D dance music was furnished by the Elect-
ronic Flute Combo, consisting of Mary Ann Stubbs, Kay
Johnson, Bertha Nelson, Evelyn Shelton, Gloria Stephen-
son, and Janice Sandlln, with Leonard Harper on the
drums. The first night the TRAP was open, those famous
hydrogen bubble dancers, Barbara Freeman and Donna
Hines were the featured act.
Charles Simpson and Tom Shores teamed up and
founded Mars first Flif-0-Tron broadcasting station. The
Biscuit tossers who kept Mars jumping with wild music
were Roger Stacy, Robert West, Karen Wheeler, Fred
Lietzke, Randall Falls, David Schomp, and Robert Tho-
mas. Robert's brother Richard Thomas along with Don
West and Susan Caldwell kept Mars posted on the latest
The three Saucer Sanitation Service headed by June
Alexander, Chief Garbage Collector and Street Cleaner
with her able bodied workers Phyllis Penry, Nancy Berk-
enbila, Sharon Scott, Carolyn Brooks, Roberta Morris,
Lavonna Salyer and Bonita Reid, keep the runways free
from exhaust dust. They perfonn this task with Dlck
Parker's Electric Slipping Suction Sweeper.
Murel Brody, Judy Ferguson and Joyce Shlplet were
the first patients of Mars' Receiving and Sending Hospital
built by Donald Cross, Portia Strickland, and Chester
Stone. They were injured in a duel with a Martian beetle.
They had a near fatal accident on the way to the hospital
because John Wallace, the space ambulance driver went
to sleep and the ambulance almost hit a saucer driven by
Vlrginio Smith. LaJune Finch who was passing by in her
saucer with Ruth Martinez, Llnda Sanders and Barbara
Sherman honked her buzzer and woke the sleeping driver.
Standing by to give emergency treatment was the surgeon
Richard Thompson and his assistants Peggy Whltford,Ann
Trittipo, Jane Tyrell, Charlotte Brown, and Jo Ann Brown.
The patients recovered completely.
I hope you have enjoyed this journey into the past
and also that some pleasant memories were brought
back to those of you who had a part in the settlement of
This is Amco Whopp signing off for 'Have Rocket--
-----Wi ll Blast Off'
y Awards And
Danforth Theta Sigma Phi
Judy Cox Martha Langston
Robert Mcwhirter Helen Ford
Civitan Good Citizenship letzieser Art Medal
Milce Percifielcl Junior High. Ruth Ann Owen
Don Howe Nancy Allspaw
Robert McWhi rter
Daughters of American Revolution Honors,
Good Citizenship ------------------ Mary Ann Stubbs Girls' State ----- ' ------ - Beverly Looney
American History -------- --------- S andra Yates Boys' State ------ ------ M ike Manning
Oklahoma College for Women Scholarships
Nancy Al lspaw -------------------------- Judy Chandler
Judy Cox ----------- ------- L owanna Marti n
Chamber of Commerce
Senior Boy ------------------------- '---- Wendel Patton
Senior Girl ---------- ---------- D arla Day S
Junior High Boy ------ ------- D avid Swafford
Junior High Girl ------- ------ M ary Ashloclc
Phi Beta Kappa
ons of American Revolution
Awards Andi Honors
319 f hi
Grant P.T.A. Scholarship , 8. Nichols Music Award
Brynda Buckner Chuck Stubhs
Vocal Music Awards J
Gold Medal ------- - -Q--------f--Carolyn Caglse
Silver Medal---M ------------- ----v-- Linda Sanders
9th Grade Vocal Music Award
Mortar Board Pe-et
Allspaw, Nancy Mcwhirter, Robert
Martin, Lowana Howe, Don
Buckner, Brynda Estes, Robert
Day, Darla Jensen, Gordon
Price, Elizabeth Moyer, James
Cox, Judy Gideon, George
Wright, Bonnie Maxwell, Claude
Sanders, Linda Phipps, Larry
Day, Darla Capps, Lorelli
Price, Elizabeth Shiplet, Joyce
Cox, Judy Scott, Sharon
U.S. Gfillll Dl'lVlllQ TOUIII placed second in the Oklahoma City invitational
driving tournament. They also won second place in the district contest. ln-
dividual honors as exceptional drivers went to John Cottingham and Neil
Ballev, Ray - 86
Barnhlll, Patricia Dale - 86
Billingalea, Vera - 86
Bingham, Fred - 85
Blttls, Juanita - 85
Bowman, Fern - 86
Bradley, Bea - 85
Brandt, Patricia - 86
Brewer, Vela - 86
Britton, Iona - 86
Brovrs, Russel - 84
Brown. Den - B6
Cates, Juanita - 85
Carter, Ida - 86
Chqman, Luans - 86
Chase, CD. - 86
Cox, Jamea - 86
Crssey, Vinnle - 85
Crowder, Lanora Gaasch - 87
Douthitt, Eleanor - B6
Elliott, Easter - 86
Fast, Amalla - 85
Gonulullsr, Betty - 87
Hampton, Opal - B5
Harris, Woody - 87
Hostettsr, L.D. It 87
Humphrey, Marial-ie - B7
Jones, Edythe - 87
Kegans, Cecil - 87
l..Miiiili, Barbara - 87
Lawson, Lenna - 87
Llttlslisld, Opal - B5
Long, Morino - 87
Lundy, May - 87
Manning, Hilda - 87
Manning, Mary - 87
Martin, Haul - 88
May, Wanda - B8
McKeen, Don - 87
Mesplsy, Nita - 88
Msthsny, Don - 88
Milla, Bill - B8
Monisraa, Al - B8
Moors, John - 88
Moutray, Glrillford - 88
Mtrphy, Mnei. - as
Mystt, Edna - 86
Neea, Jamea - 88
Neatlerode, Mary - 88
Niblett, Clarence - 88
Norwood, Tracy - 88
Nnvey, Pauline - BB
O'Staen, Louisa - 119
Paschal, Catherine - R9
Patterson, Mildred - B5
Pearson, Bertha - 89
Pendleton, Reine - 89
Ruiiu, Sidney - R9
Smith, 'rem - ss
Sparks, Mary - 89
smile., Georgia - so
Stewart, Earl Edward - R9
Sughrtl, Lois - 89
Terry, Alice - 89
Thompson, Rosemary - 89
Tear, 11011.14 - s0
Vaughn, Susanne - 89
Walrsven, Maurice - 85
Wsltmsn, Bill - R9
Wheeler, Cleo - 89
White, Nancy - R9
Adamson, Faye - 93
Albright, Jackie - 93,76
Alexander, June - 93
Allison, Lonnie -18,93
Allspav, Nancy - 93
Aualin, Bob - 26,66,rp5,74,93
Berkenbile, Nancy - 93
Blocker, Anhur - 75,93
Brady, Murel - 93
Britt, Don - 93
Brooks, Carolyn - 93
Brown, Glarlotre - 93
Brown, Jo Ann - 93
Brown, Judith - 32,93
Brown, Pat - 93
Brown, Roy - 94
Browninli Richard - 94
Brunson, Apolloa - 94
Bryant, Par - 77,94
Buckner, Brynda - 17,94
Blechstt, Thomas - 94
Csgle, Carolyn - 19,94
Cain, Jimmie - 94
Caldwell, Susan - 94
Callahan, Bill - 94
Capehart, Mary - 3Z,55,94
Cqzpa, Lorellie - 94
Oaandler, Judy - 32,63,94
Qlappell, Jamea - 94
Clayton, Joe - 95
Coleman, Victor - 95
Coppsge, Kenneth - 68,95
Cox. Judy - 32.92,95
Davis, Gene - 95
Day, Darla - 19,95
Denwalt, Glen - 95
Dixon, Ruth Asn - 95
Duggan, Rea - 95
Easterling, Ray - 95
Ecton, Bob - 44,63,76,95
Estes, Robert - 18,95
Evans, Jirn -68,76,95
Falla, Randall - 66,6B,95
Feland, Jane - 95
Ferguson, Jody - 96
Ferrell, Sonia - 96
Finch, LsJune - 96
Fisher, Margaret - 18,92,96
Freeman, Barbara - 28,96
Ford, Helen - 29,32,56,96
Foster, Daniel - 17,55,60,66,
Foutche, Joyce - 96
Fos, Brenda - l7,32,59,96
Gibb., Nami. Jean - 96
Gideon, George - 96
Goodman, Derrall - 96
Hannon, John - 96
Hargis, Linda - 96
Harper, Leonard - 96
Hartman, Barry - 97
Heard, Johnny - 97
Henderson, Claudia - 97
Hines, Donna - 92,97
Hocker, Barbara - 97
llqpia, Patrick - 18,97
Horton, Bob - 97
Horton, Fred - 19,97
Horton, Velma - 97
Howe, Don - 75,97
Hucksby, Mike - 97
Hudson, Carl - 97
Jackson, Johnny - 97
Jacob, Phyllis .- 97
Jensen, Gordon - 98
Johnson, Kay - 98
Johnson, Mary Nell - 17,3Z,
Ketch, Joe - 98
Kirby, Jack - 9B
Lane, Pat - 32,92,98
Langston, Martha - ZB,32,92,
l.ewi., 'riiii - z6,46,66,6s,0s
Lietake, Fred - 98
l.0,.ii, Ronnie - 17,63,66,68,
London, Jeanine - 63,98
Lovett, Pete - 98
McDonald, Wayne - 71,75,98
McKinnon, Gayle - 98
McMahon, Woody - 28,55,66,
McWhirter, Roben - 99
Mslicoare, Joe - 99
Manslieldi Jamea - 99
Martin, 1.nwana - 99
Martinez, Ruth - 99
Maxwell, Claude - 99
Miracle, Clarke - 99
Moeller, Charlotte - 78,99
Moose, Albert - 99
Morris, Roberta - 99
Moyer, Jamea - 18,99
Mueller, Barbara - 99
Nance, Jerry - 99
Nelson, Bertha - 100
Nelson, Peggy - 19,100
Norvell, liileen - 46,100
Ort, Linda - 100
Owens, Jim - 66,68,100
Owens, Roma - 100
Parker, Dick - 74,9Z, 100
Pxton, Weridel - 25,63,92,
Payne, Jerry - 19,62,100
Percilield, Mike - 57,66,68,
Phipps, Larry - 100
Pierce, Jimmy - 100
Price, Betty - 100
Price, Patsy - 100
lteailiel., Shirley - 63,101
Reece, Kenneth - 101
Reid, Bonita - 101
Ssckett, Arlon - 101
Sackett, Clayton - 1,01
Salyer, Lavonns - 101
Sand, Msrvene - 101
sniaer., Lim. - 18,101
Ssndlin, Janice - 101
Schonlp, David .. 101
Scott, Mike - 101
Scott, Sbaron - 101
slieeliaii, Jniiee - 17,32,63,
Shelton, Evelyn - 101
Shelton, Kenny - 102
Sherburn, Pat - 101
Sherman, Barbara - 102
Shiplet, Joyce - 102
Shree, Tom - 102
Short. Jimmy - 66,613,102
Simpson, Quarles - 102
Silrgwson, Grant - 102
Smith, Don - 66,6B,75,102
Smith, viqiiiie - 102
Smith, Wanda - 102
Stacy, Roger - 102
St.nb.ii,li, P.iil - 76,102
Stephenson, Gloria - 102
Stone, Chester - 103
suielil..-1, Portia .. 103
Stubbs, Mary Ann - 103
Summers, Jerry - 103
Tliiiiiiei, Richard - 103
Then... Robert - 103
Thompson, nielina - 69.66,
Threadgill, Wanda - 103
Tiinlpii, A.. - 103
Tyrell, Jenie - 103
Voss, Charles - 103
Walker, any - 103
Wallace, John - 103
Walaer, Jerry - 76,103
Walters, Martha - 104
Warner, Larry - 66,68,104
West, Don - 104
Wheeler, Karen - 104
vliiiloia, Peay - lor
Williams, Jimmy - 83,104
'Willia, Ronnie - 104
Wright, Bonnie - 104
Yates, Ronnie - 71,104
Cross, Don - 104
Brown, Muriel - 104
Watson, Harold - 104
Price, Elizabeth - 104
Able, Edwin - 106
Anderson, Peggy - 116
Antone, Mary Ann - 106
Atherton, Darlene - 106
Ayler, Brute - 106
Baker, Judy - 106
Ballard, John - 106
lhiiiflieiiie, Gloria - 32,63,
Beale, Dennis - 106
Beavers, Barbara - 106
Berry, Wesley - 106
Bethea, Margaret - 106
Bingham, Pauls - 19,106
Bivens, Mike - 106
Borden, Jim - 106
Bowie, Ronnie - 106
Bradshaw, Pearl - 106
ni.iii1eii,iii,, sire - 32,77,106
Brown, Benny - 67,68,75, 106
Bullock, Carol - 107
Blak, Dewayne - 107
Blanside, Bert - 107
smell, Quanah - 101
annie., John - 101
Burrs, Mary - 107
Capps, Wayne - 116
Chapman, Priscilla - 101
Childers, Rochelle - 107
Christian, Duke - 67,68,71,
Colbough, Arlene - 107
Connell, Betty - 105,107
Coppage, Dean - 107
Cornwell, Wills Mae - 107
Cottingham, John - 107
coe.ii, Raymond - 101
Cox, Jeanne - 107
Cox, Phil - 107
Crist, Larry - 107
Crosby, Evelyn - 107
une, 'riiiiiiiiy - 101
Davenport, Kathleen - 107
Davis, Jimmy - 107
mei., Phillip - 108
Delsyannis, Anna - 108
Dennis, Boomer 168,108
Denton, Eloise - 108
Dowdy, Harvey - 108
Dulworth, Leanna - 105
Duncan, Steve - 67,74 108
Eaden, Dorothy - 108
Easterling, Alvin - 108
Enos, Charlotte - 108
Eachlet, Kent - 108
Emi., Billy - 108
Everett, Gary - 108
Fields, Janice - 108
Finkles, Hugh - 108
Ford, Billy - 108
timer, Bobby - 108
Foster, Frances - 108
Frith, Sue - 108
Gentry, Saville - 108
Gerlich, Charles - 68,70,75,
Geyer, Sherri - 109
Gound, seiia. - 109
Green, Pebble - 109
Greenwell, Bob - 109
Greenwell, Larry - 109
Griffin, Jeanne - 109
Grigaby, Darlene - 32,77, 105,
Grounds, Paul - 109
Guy, Ernest - 109
Hackett, Melvin - 67,68,73,
Hahn, Cynthia - 109
Hall, Albert - 109
Hamilton, Tommy - 110
Harper, Darlene - 105,109
Hartman, Dendall - 109
Haruley, Charlene - 109
Hsun, Judy - 109
Hayden, Bill - 68,75,109
Heath, Hilda - 32,109
Hicks, Larry - D9
Hill, Phil - 109
Hixson, Max - 109
Hooker, Par - 32,62,110
Hoover, Bob - 110
Hornbeck, Mary v 110
Hudlow, Sue - 110
Hullhines, Mary - 110
Humphrey, Sam - 110
Hutchinson, Sharee - 110
Jackson, Jimmie - 110
Jane., Guy - 68,75,110
Johnson, Larry - 68,75,1l0
Johnson, Saundra - lll
Jones, P.iil. - 110
Kellner, Leonard - 110
Kerrp, Evelyn - 110
Kennedy, Denny - 35,110
Kilpatrick, Deanna - 110
Kilpatrick, Dewsyne - 110
xniee, Jimmy - 110
Lacy, Carolyn - 110
Lay, Myrna - 110
Lathrop, Kelly - 110
Ledford, Jean - 111
Lee, Larry - 111
Lee, Sandy - 32,111
Lorey, Nancy - 111
Looney, Beverly - 105,111
Long, Patti - 111
Liiiniiii, Jerry - lll
Lunn, Jerry -111
Lyon, Lana - 111
McAdoo, H.L. -111
McAliater, Mary - lll
Mt-Elneili, miiiiy - lll
McElroy, Gary - 111
Mclienny, Terry - 111
McMillin, Jeny - 67,68,71,72,
'14, 105,1 11
Mackey, JoAnn - 111
Madden, Doyle - 111
Maloney, Lois - 111
Mancil, Rence - 111
Manning, Mike - lll
Manley, Gary -111
Marshall, Barbara - 112
Marshall, Glenda - 112
Martin, Betty - 112
Medley, Darlene - 112
Middleton, Deanna - 112
Middleton, Buford - 112
Mitchell, Charles - 18,112
Mitchell, Mary - 112
Misirl, David - 18,111
Moore, Kenneth - 112
Moore, Billy - 76,111
Moore, Jackie - 112
Moore, Verma - 112
Nelson, John - 112
Nichols, Rose - 112
Owens, Betty - 32,112
Parris, Butch - 112
Peet, Charles - 1z,14,ll2
Peeler, Claude - 111
Pendergrsit, Joyce - 112
Percifield, Rennie - 11,12,14,
Peterson, Nancy - 105,113
Phillips, niiiiiiie - 113
Phillips, Connie - 113
Pi55i llnyce - 113
Pine, Bill - 113
Powell, Jerry - 113
Quiclt, Marvin - 115
Ramirez, Gloria - 113
Res, Nancy - 113
Real, lnots - 113
Reed, Gloria - 113
Reed, Patsy - 116
Reynolds, Dale - 113
Rice, Jeiiiei - 113
Robinson, Peggy - 113
Rogers, Donald -- 113
Ron-lo, LaDonna - 78.113
Rose, Theresa - 113
Rowe, David - 113
Salyer, Carrol - 113
Sanders. Bubara - 113
Sanders, Johnny - 113
Ssuls, Margaret - 114
Scholle, Paul - 114
Schuler, Shelby - 114
Shaha, Bryan - 114
Shanks, Gerald - 114
Sheppard, Elimina - 114
Shipley, Nancy - 32,105,114
Sharader, Floyde - 114
siiiiiniii., Bob - 63,114
Simpson, Saltndrs - 114
Sitton, Marialice - 114
Slayghter, Sonya - 114
Srrlith, Charley - 114
Smith, Clets - 114
Smoot, Jerry - 53,114
Spillera, JoAnn - 114
Stevens, Frank - 114
Stone, Bobby - 114
Stonebaker, Bobby - 114
Stonebaker, Melvin - 114
Stovall, James - 114
Stover, Jerry - 115
Straka, Tonlmy - 115
Suggs, John - 68,115
Taggart, Raygie - 75,115
Tarrant, Tommy - 115
Tedder, Pat - 115
Tidwell, Melvin - 115
Tobey, Lacrecia -115
Tripp, Carolyn - 115
Ttaner, Lequits - 115
Tutor, Ronnie - 115
Tyrell, Carol - 115
Vickers, Arlene - 115
Vickers, Vivian - 115
Voerster, Charles - 115
Wade, Doug - 115
Walker, Bertie - 115
Ward, Dale - 115
Watson, Sharon - 115
velili, Lindley - 115
Weber, Sharon - 115
White, Darrell - 67,68,71,72,
Wilkerson, Mary Ann - 18,116
Williams, James - 116
Willie, William - 116
Winter, Myrna - 116
Woodall, Leroy - 116
Woolhert, Cynthia - 116
Wright, Pat - 116
wyiiii, Piiny - 17,32,55,5B,75.
vue., Sandy - 32,78,116
Ypiiii,, Dpi., .- 116
SOP HOMO RES
Albright, Marvin - 118
Anderson, Teiiimy - 118
Antone, Geraldine -- 118
Ard, Wesley - 73,118
anitii, c.J. - 118
Baker, Imogene - 124
Baker, Marilyn - 118
Baker, Pat - 118
Baker, Ronda - ls,ll1-1
anne., Barbara - 118
Bsrnthouse, Jere - 67,68,73,
Bsssham, Kay - 118
Be.nleii, siie - 118
Beavers, Lester - 118
Bedford, Andy - 118
Bell, N.iicy - 118
Bench, Barbara - 118
Bendorf, Sylvia - 118
Bennett, Herman - 1111
Bennett, Jimmy - 118
Blancett, Carol - 118
Blundell, Judy - 118
Bobo, Janice - 63,118
nelii-i, uee.yiie - ns
Bolser, Janice - 118
Bond, Neil - 118
Bonner, Lonnie - 118
Bowman, Carol - 118
Boyanton, Charles - 118
Bridges, Thelma - 118
Bleek, Val - ua
Brown, John - 118
Brown, Peggy - 118
Brown, Ted - 118
Bryant, Walter - 118
Buckner, Bruce - 10,118
Biiiieli, 11.10111 -. 71,7Z,118
Bleden, Terry - 118
Blagesa, Joann - 118
Cagle, Patty - 118
Caldwell, Sandy - 118
Cqaps, Carol - 118
Carpenter, Loretta - 118
Carlisle, Lawanda - 118
Carter, Leo - 124
Chaney, Jimmy - 118
cliiipiiiiiii, Jiiiiiiiy - 118
Chester, Carol - 118
Cowell, Shirley - 119
Clark, Deane - 119
Clark, Ronald - 119
Coates, Carol - 119
Codner, Della - 119
Coleman, Robert - 119
cpeiifield, Judy - 119
Cook, Betty - 119
Costas, Kathy - 119
Craft, Pat - 119
Craig, Jimmy - 119
Cummings, Jack - 18,119
Davenport, Jamea - 68,75, 119
Davis, Barbara - 119
Davis, Beverly - 117,119
Davis, Steve - 119
Day, Betty - 119
Dedmon, Sharon - 119
Dodd, Donna - 119
Dollar, Ann - 119
Dollar. Freda - 119
Doughty, Wanda - 17,63,119
Dunlqa, Linda - 119
Dyer, Don Ellen - 119
Edison, Ronnie - 114
Edwards, Jerry - 119
Edwards, Kay - 62,119
Epperson, Alvin - 119
Epperson, Larry - 119
Eschler, Jerry - 119
Farris, Tommy - 35i67,68,75,
Fasgold, Sandra - 119
Fender, Gayle - 119
Ferguson, Leo - 124
Ferren, Jimmy - 124
Figaro, Jiiay - 119
Fisher, Jerry - 71,72,73,119
Fix, Nancy - 119
Fresbour, Fxnie - 67,68,75,
Fritz, Carl - 119
Fry, Judy - 119
Frysinger, Joyce - 119
Fuller, John - 119
Gallop, Jerry - 120
Goss, Delbert - 120
Gipson, Dick - 120
Gibbon, Joe - 67,72,74,l20
Gentry, Kathy - 120
Garely, Carolyn - 110
Grady, Rodney - 120
Gray, Carl - 120
Greathouse, Jackie - 120
Green, Kathy - 120
Gully, Linda - 120
Hackett, Sandra - 77,120
llaiiner, Troy - 120
Haggard, Joy - 120
llalea, Spencer - 120
Hall, Kent - 120
Hampton, Mickey - 120
Harwood, Gerald - 120
Haworth, Dale - 120
Haynes, Dolols - 120
Herring, Anne - 120
lloifman, Paul - 18,120
Holder, Ronnie - 120
Holloway, Phil - 120
Holt, Rosamond - 120
llornbeck, Harley - 120
llovre, Leona - 18,120
Hoslery, Dalrene - 120
Hudson, Dianne - 120
Hudson, Twila - 110
lluliines, Elena - 120
Humel, Tins - 120
lliiit, Judy - lzo
Ingram. Richey - 120
Janaviay, Janice - 120
Johnson, Fred - 67,613,120
Johnson, lvadel - 120
Johnson, James - 120
Johnson, Judy - 120
Johnson, Morece - 120
Johnson, Fhetta - 120
Johnson, Sandy - 120
Johnson, Sunnna - 120
Jolly, Leon - 121
Jones, Helen - 121
Jeiiee, Ronny - 76,121
Justice, Marcine - 121
Kahman, Larry -. 121
Katsakis, Kay - 121
lte.., Kei-en - 121
Keller, Orin - 121
Kelly, Freda - 121
Ketcherside, Jean - 121
Kidd, Janna - 121
Kni,l.r, Margie - 117,121
Lakin, janice - 121
Lamb, Ecter .. 121
Langston, Linda - 121
Law, E.D. - 18,121
Lawson, Fran - 121
Lewis, judy - 124
Linder, Gary .. 18,121
London, Sharon - 121
Luna, Paul - 121
Lyon, jimmy - 67,68,75,l2l
McCathren, Virginia - 121
McClellan, janice - 121
McGinnis, Bobby - 121
Mclnniah, Charlotte - 121
McKee, Richard - 121
McLain, Badra - 121
Mellannie, Jndy - 121
McMillin, Linda - 121
McMurrYs limmy - 121
Mackey, Norma - 121
Malicoat, Chester - 121
Martin, Frances - 121
Martinez, Victor - 121
Mauldin, james - 121
Mauldin, johnny - 121
Mercer, Cletus - 124
Mercer, Danny - 121
Miller, srnee - 6B,75,121
Millet, Dennis - 121
Minor, Pat - 121
Mitchell, jerry - 121
Montgomery, George - 121
Moore, yndy - 78,122
Moran, john - 122
Morrison, yaelrie - 122
Mosley, 'rornrny - 122
Mueller, Carolyn - 122
Nelson, Betty - 122
Netbercutt, Gerene - 122
Newman, Carrol - 122
Nievar, jo Ann - 122
Norris, Cindy - 122
Norton, Pat - 18,122
0'l'lanlon, Mary -
Outlaw, Bob - 122
Owens, Don - 122
Parker, Lawrence - 122
Payne, Sylvia - 122
Peak, james -122
Penry, Patricia - 122
Petty, Mary Alice - 122
Pewitt, juanita - 122
Pitchford, Kenneth - 122
Powell, Wanda - 78,122
Prather, james - 122
Presser, Linda - 122
Preston, Sonie - 122
Riddle, jane - 122
Ridley, Karren - 122
Roach, Phyllis - 122
Robinson, Carol - 122
Rogers, Glenda - 124
lioofe, yaniee - 122
ltoalan, Cleo -122
Royal, Ruth Ann - 122
Rushing, Charles - 68,74,122
Ruth, Vickie - 122
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Sanders, Lynn - 122
sanner, jirrnnie -. 122
Scifrea, Dorothy - 122
Sciirea, joyce - 122
Scott, Frances - 122
Scott, Ronnie - 122
seorr, anlry - 122
Seay, Snady - 122
Selvidge, Saundra - 62,122
Seymour, Tommy - 122
Sharp, Don - 123
Sheppard, Frances - 124
Sherbnrne, Kelly - 123
slrlelda, Doug - 76,117,123
Singleton, Jirnrny - 123
Sitton, Ernest - 123
Slater, Alben - 123
Smartt, Patty - 123
Smith, Barbara - 117,123
Smith, Billy - 125
Smith, Carolyn - 123
snarlra, Jo Ella - 123
Spearman, Elaine - 117,123
Spillers, Betty - 123
Shrader, Siirley .. 123
Stamper, Carlene - 123
Statham, Sue - 124
Stephens, Gloria - 124
Stevens, Ben -
Stevens, Gail -
Stevens, jay - 123
Stewart, jim - 123
Stine, Cheryl - 123
Stionebrealrer, joyce - 123
Stubbs, Chuck - 117,123
Sutton, jeanie - 123
Summers, judy - 123
Sullivan, judy - 123
Tarlton, Tommy - 123
Taylor, Nancy - 123
Thomas, Carolyn - 123
Thompson, Bobby -
Thompson, jinuny -
Thompson, Maxine - 123
Tilleraon, George - 68,75,123
Towler, Dee - 123
Towler, Lee - 123
Trotter, Sandy - 43,123
Tianer, Kay - 123
Tyler, Carolyn - 123
Underwood, Louise - 123
Vaughn, Christine - 123
Voss Romnr - 123
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Waddle, Keith - 123
Walder, Ara - 124
Walker, Carolyn - 124
Ward, Mike - 124
Wean, Karen - 124
Weaver, Buck - 124
Welhurn, Kenneth - 124
Welch, Kathy - 124
Welchel, Margaret - 124
Whitlock, Mary - 124
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Williams, judith - 124
Williams, Linda - 124
Williams, Mary - 124
Williams, Rutha - 124
Williams, Sue - 124
Wilson, Dennis - 124
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Wilson, jerry - 124
Wilson, yo Anne e 124
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Witt, Kay - 124
Woodring, Bobby - 124
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woolery, Dinna - 124 ,
Yerby, johnny - 124
Ahbabante, Pat - 126
Aday, Shirley - 126
Akins, Clorlnie - 126
Albright, Larry - 126
Aldridge, Mary - 126
Allen, Sharlah - 126
Andrews, Linda - 126
Armsread, Terry - 126
Ashlock, Mary - 126
Ashpaugh, Emory - 126
Atherton, Bob - 126
Baker, Carolyn - 126
Baker, lmogene - 126
Baker, Mattie - 126
Barber. Carolyn - 126
Bauman, Par - 126
Beals, Anna - 126
Bradam, Larry - 126
Bradoerry, Gene - 126
Bridges, Ronald - 126
Broadsten, Dick - 126
Brock, Ann - 126
Block, Crawford - Q6
Browe, Kathy - 126
Broan, Billie - 126
Brown, Carol - 126
Brown, Everett - 126
Brown, Harley - 126
Brown, R.C. - 126
Brown, Richard - 126
Burchatt, jerry - 126
Bureman, Mike - 126
Butler, Dumas - 126
Cagle, Mary jo - 126
cold-rell, Alina - 126
Cameron, Don -
Cape, Chester - 126
Cash, Carol - 126
Cavett, Wade - 126
Chambers, Sharen - 126
Chandler, Clint - 126
Chaney, Alice - 126
Chestnut, Sue - 126
Children, Prentice - 126
Clark, Janell - 126
Clark, jenon - 126
Clark, jimmy - 126
Clark, Billy - 126
Clay, Leann - 131
Clingan, jeannette - 126
Cl mer, Herman - 127
Coker, Dirty - 151
Coker, Marilyn - 127
Colbaugh, jerry - 127
Collier, Kay - 127
Condren, Ray - 127
Connell, james - 127
Connell, Charles - 127
Craig, jean - 127
crnyey, Donna - 121
Crawford, Jimmy - 121
Crosno, Eric - 131
Crider, Myrlena - 127
Crumpe loe - 127
Cox, Gary - 127
Cox, Karen - 127
Col, Sharon - 127
Daniela, carol - 127
Darragh, jimmy - 127
Daugherty, Sammy - 121
Dayidron, David - 127
Dnyi., Eloise - 121
Darin, Freddie - 127
Davis, Ray - 127
Darin, Virginia - 127
Degraiienreid, jimmy - 127
Dell, Buster - 127
Demick, Grace - 127
Dies, Gary - 127
Dorsey, Sheila - 127
Doudy, Ronald - 127
Eaton, Ernest - 127
Edwards, Larry - 127
Edwards, Sam - 127
Edwards, Tim - 127
Ehrig, Carol - 127
Elmore, julia - 127
Epperson, Richard - 127
Erwin, Sheila - 127
Evans, Suzetta - 127
Fnrrier, Bill- 127
Faucet, Robert - 131
Ferree, james - 127
Filler, Dickie - 127
Flatt, Donnie - 127
Foster, Gary - 127
Franklin, john - 127
Freeman, Lorene - 127
Fricker, Mike - 127
Fuget, Kmnetb - 127
Gage, Jnnelle - 127
Galindo, Delores - 127
Gardner, Carol - 131
George, Glenn - 127
Gibson, Marcell - 127
Gibson, Tommy - 127
Gilmore, Sammual - 127
Gidion, Mary - 127
Gilpin, Jeanie - 127
Gilpin, johnnie - 127
Ginn, Chester - 131
Gonzales, judy - 127
Gore, Barbara- 127
Grammer, Jinrniy - 127
Grayirt, Phila .. 127
Green, Roberta - 127
Grigsby, Deanne - 127
Griffin, Bobby -- 127
Griffin, Nelda -- 128
Grimes, Gerry - 128
Guy, Betty - 128
Hale, Sandra - 128
Hall, Robert - 128
Hallomon, Barbara - 128
Hamilton, Darlene - 128
Hamilton, Rickey - 128
Haney, Royce Lynn - 131
Hanson, Linda - 128
Harper, jackie - 128
Harper. Mlry - 128
Harrel, Diana - 131
1-larringron, Danna - 128
Harriott, Donna - 128
Harris, judy - 128
Harrison, AJI. - 128
Haun, Charlie - 128
Haworth, Patti - 131
Hayden, Evelyn - 128
llealy, Jerri - 128
Hendrix, Lynne - 128
Henry, Carolyn - 128
Herron, Carolyn - 128
Hightower, Bobbie - 131
Hodgin, Stephen - 128
Holland, Carlene - 128
Holland, john - 128
Holliman, Buddy - 128
Hopkins, johnnie - 128
Hughes, Doyle - 128
Huffman, Alvin - 128
Huken, jack - 128
Hunter, Bobbie - 128
Huakinson, Richard - 128
Hunted, jerry - 12s
Hnnnaelrer, james - 128
1,1-1, Wayne - iza
lr-rin, Jaelr - 128
Jaelraon, Cara - 128
janet, Barry - 128
jones, Perry - 131
johnson, Carol - 128
johnson, Earlene - 128
Jolinron, Helen - 128
johnston, Ronald .- 128
lol-rnron, Ross - 128
ynrnp, Christine - 128
justice, Kennie - 128
Kay, Pen - 128
Kellner, Richard - 128
Kennanier, john - 128
Ketch, Tom - 128
Ketcherside, Wanda - 128
King, Teddy - 120
Kirk, Esta Lee - 129
Lane, Barbara - 129
Lune, Fred - 129
Latham, Sherry - 129
La Varnway, jerry - 129
Lebet, Linda - 129
Lees, Donald - 129
Lindquist, Carolyn - 129
Little, Darlene - 131
Little, Mike - 129
Luman, Charotte - 129
Luman, Mike - 129
McAdoo, Mary - 129
McCowenr Pat - 129
Merreely, Dennis - 129
McGaffee, Llda - 129
Mtfvalliard, yo Ann -129
McGuire, Johnny - 129
Mclnnis, David - 129
McKinney, Ronnie - 151
McLaughlin, Kathern - 129
McMahon, Richard - 129
McWhirter, Margaret - 129
Magets, Kenneth - 129
Marvin, Tamara - 129
Mason, lioeella - 129
Mathis, Glenda - 129
Maxwell, Monty - 129
Meade, Ann - 129
Meggn, Patsy - 129
Mdton, jaelr - 129
Mercer, Bill - 129
Mercer, Clerne - 129
Mercer, Tommy - 129
Miller, judy - 129
Miller, Lucille - 129
Mills, joe - 129
Minton, Ronnie - 129
Mitchell, D.C. - 129
Mitchell, julia - 131
Mixon, Kay - 129
Moen, Russ - 129
Monlrree, janine - 129
Monroe, judy - 129
Montgomery, Mary - 129
Moody, Linda - 129
Moore, Charlotte - 129
Moose, Pauline - 129
Morgan, judy - 129
Nelson, Carolyn - 129
Nelson, Paul - 129
Nethercutt, Lannie - 129
Norton, Carolyn - 129
O'Shea, Mike - 129
Oglenbee, Wanda - 129
Osborne, Al - 129
Ollldl, Gerald - 129
Owen, Bennie - 129
Owens, Danny - 129
Owens, Ruth Ann - 129
Palmer, Bill- 129
Parlter, David - 129
Pnker, jimmy - 129
Parmeter, Linda - 129
Parson, Earlene - 129
Partinheimer, Merrell - 130
Payne, Beatrice - 130
Payton, Vicki- 130
Peacock, Aquanetta - 130
Pendetgraft, Bobby - 130
Pewitt, Melvin - 130
Phelps, Bobby - 152
Pliilipe, Sherry - 130
Pinkgton. Linda - 130
Plather, Jnrner - 152
Plnrnler, Vivian - 130
Poenite, Bettie - 130
Poole, Mickey- 130
Post, Larry - 132
Powell, Bob - 130
Price, David - 130
Prine, jimmy - 130
Pruitt, lirnrny - 130
Rnrnsey, Donnie - 130
Rappe, David - 130
Reece, Charles - 130
Reece, Sue - 130
Reed, Betty - 130
Reynolds, jnnie - 130
Richardson, Sandra - 130
Riffe, Billy - 130
Rodgers, Glenda - 130
Rogers, Charles - 132
Rose, Bendia - 130
Rose, Ronald - 130
Ross, Elvon - 130
Rowlen, Mick - 130
Royal, Mary - 130
Ruise, Bonita - 150
Sanders, Sharon - 130
Sauls, Kathryn - 130
Saylors, Thirl - 130
Scarborough, Susan - 130
Schroeder, Billy - 150
Schwertzel, Bob - 130
seorr, Charles - 150
Scott, Cindy - 130
Scott, jnlia - 150
Scott, Kemi - 130
Sells, Priscilla - 130
slrenpord, Carolyn - 130
Sewell, Larry - 150
seyrnonr, Ann - 130
sl-raddy, lane - 150
Shaffer, jon - 130
Shaw, LaNelle - 130
Sheets, johnny - 130
Shiplet, Lind. - 150
Shipley, janice - 131
Simmons, Beverly - 132
Simpson, Sharron - 151
Sitron, jaoice - 131
Smith, Maurice - 131
Srrlith, Sandra - 131
Smith, Sidney - 131
Sinith, Stanley - 131
Snider, Betty - 131
Squire, Linda - 131
srnffa, Jimmy - 131
Stanton, Leta - 131
Steven, lsarerra - 151
Stewart, Ronnie - 131
Stine. jack - 131
Straka, Linda - 131
Streeter, Connie - 131
snarelr, Carolyn .- 151
Swindle, jeannie - 131
Sullins, LoyDene - 131
Swaffard, David - 131
Talkington, Carol - 131
Tedder, Ronald - 131
Terry, Mary - 131
Testermari - 131
Thomas, jimmy - 131
Tilleraon, Mary - 131
Tobey, Barbara - 131
Towler, Harold - 131
Trammell, jerry - 131
Trent, Billy - 131
Troxell, Sammye - 131
Tullia, john - 151
Turner, Alvin - 131
Tyler, joe - 131
Tylur Michael - 131
Tyrell, llnogene - 131
ulrnan, Bonnie - 151
Unholtz, jimmy - 131
Upton, Larry - 131
Van Deventer, Gale - 131
Venable, jeal-metre - 131
Voss, Mary Ann - 131
wade, Jan - 151
Wall, Carol - 131
Ward, Allen - 131
Warner, Cecil - 131
Welch, lda Mae - 131
Welch, john - 151
Welch, Rodger - 131
Welch, Tommy - 132
Abrams, Suzanne - 134
Acres, jimmie - 134
Aldridge, Billie - 134
Allen, Nona - 134
Allison, Azile - 134
Allapaw, Cynthia - 154
Anders, Montie - 134
Anderson, Linda - 134
Babhit, Fred - 134
Baker, Bruce - 134
Baker, Darrell -- 134
Baker, Gary - 134
Baku, Gerald - 134
Barnes, Linda - 134
laarnrlinnre, Judy - 154
Bauman, Mike - 134
senioelr, cnrol - 154
Benson, Larry -134
Benson, Ronald - 134
Berry, nenire -154
Bethea, Don - 134
Blackmon, Don - 134
laolin, Jndy - 134
Bowman, jenn - 134
Boyanton, Bobby - 134
Bradshaw, Sue - 134
Bragiel, George - 154
Briney, sne - 134
Briscoe, Tommy - 134
Brocaw, Mickey - 134
Brotherton, Donna - 134
Browning, Shirley - 134
Bruha, Richard - 134
Brunk, Wendall - 134
Brunson, Charley - 134
Bryan, Charlet - 139
Bryant, Dean - 154
Bucky, Allen - 134
Buckner, Wayne - 134
Bulls, jeannie - 134
Bunch, Carolyn - 154
Carr, sandra - 134
Carroll, Bob - 134
Carlisle, Kenneth - 134
Castle, Loucine - 134
Cates, Loretta - 134
Chaney, john - 134
Chatham, Walter - 154
Children, lirnrnie - 154
Claborn, Nancy - 134
Clapp, Barbara - 154
Clingan, Loretta - 134
Coates, Don - 134
Cochran, Billy - 154
Coffey, Karen - 154
Collier, Garry - 135
Collinaworth, Dorothy - 135
Calwell, Keith - 135
Canine, Connie - 135
Coonfield, james - 155
Cotton, james - 135
Corcoran, Curtis - 135
Cowell, Charles - 135
cor, Sandy - 135
cronny,1oe - 155
Crow, Dorothy - 135
Curtis, Patricia - 135
cnnrninrr, john - 155
Daily, lioy - 155
Darla, Dianna - 155
Davia, Mary - 135
De Arman, Jirniny - 155
Dixon, Carolyn - 135
Dodd, Deanne - 155
Doughterty, Pat - 139
Dulworth, jimmy - 135
Duncan, Kent - 135
Duncan, Rodger - 135
Dunlap, Roger - 155
Ender, ronnny - 155
Ecton, Billy - 135
Estes, Kenneth - 135
Evans, Connie - 135
Evans, Linda - 135
Farris, Donna - 135
Feland, Dale - 135
Ferrell, Kay - 135
Fisher, Sharon - 135
For, Arniran - 155
Franks, Ruth - 135
Freed, james - 135
Gafford, Phyllis - 135
Gailey, Gerald - 155
Galindo, Carmen - 135
Garland, jack - 135
Gerlielr, Hal - 155
Garrett, David - 135
Garnan, Cecilia - 135
Geer, Linda - 135
Gentry, Carl - 135
Gibbon, jeanerte - 135
sibaon, yonnie - 135
Gibson, Leslie - 135
Glover, johnie - 135
Goodman, Shiela - 135
Gravitt, Marilyn - 135
Greathoule, Billie - 135
Green, Rex - 135
Haffner, Kenneth - 135
Hall, Connie - 135
Hall, jon - 135
Halley, Cecilia - 135
Harbolt, jimmy - 135
Harlon, Royce - 135
Harrison, joe - 135
Hnrt, Reba - 135
Harvey, james .. 155
Haynes, Deward - 136
Hendrick, Carolyn - 136
Hendrin, Scott - 136
Henline, jimmy - 136
Hernandez, john - 156
ldigginlnorrorn, Barbara - 156
Hill, Ann - 136
Hoffman, Penni - 136
Holder, Glenda - 136
Holder, Roy - 136
nollrnrn, Pin. - 156
Holland, Chris - 136
Holmes, Bill - 136
Hoo Jer, Don - 136
Hortsn, jerry - 136
Howard, Bill - 136
Humes, Buddy - 136
Humphrey, Deanna - 139
Hnrnpnrey, George - 136
rlnnipnrey, Loui ae - 156
Hunt, jeanerte - 136
Huskinson, Margaret - 136
Hutchinson, par - 156
lnyarn, Ella - 156
Jaelrion, Larry - 156
Jarnen, 'rrndy - 136
jenkins, Gary - 136
jennings, Wayne - 136
john, Bobby - 136
johnson, yndirlr - 156
johnson, Mark - 136
johnson, Pam - 136
johnson, Sandy - 136
jones, Carolyn - 136
jones, Martha - 136
Jorren, sarn - 136
lcay, judy -136
Kelly, Linda - 136
Kendall, Donald - 136
Kilpatrick, Karen - 156
Kincaid, Penny - 156
King, Neatia - 136
Kirlr, Barbara - 156
Kirk, Georgia -136
Knnpp, Bill -156
Kuchne, Karen - 136
Larrnar, lledy - 136
l.an,,rron, snnrnn - 136
Larner, Curtis - 136
Larson, jimmy - 136
Lasiter, Linda - 136
Lauderdale, Garland - 136
Lavarnway, Ravens - 156
Lawson, Romona - 136
Leake, Roger - 137
Lee, Deana - 137
Lindsey, Tommy - 137'
Little, Carolyn - 137
Little, Mary - 137
Little, Roger - 137
Logan, Wanda - 137
Long, Jo Anna - 137
Lovatta, Nelma - 137
Lovett, Paula - 137
Lusk, Wayne - 137
Lyon, Bill - 137
McBride, Linda - 137
MeCathern, Joe - 137
McDonald, Meredith - 137
McGahee, Kay - 137
Melnnis, Bobby - 137
Maeltrr, Joy - 137
Maloy, Carol - 137
Martin, Bill - 137
Martin, Gary - 137
Martin, Jack -137
Martin, Llnda - 137
May, Nslda - B7
Maddara, Joe - 137
Millar, Janet - 137
Mlrehsl , Billy - 139
Mltelaall, Gary - 137
M air , Larry - 137
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Nlekey, Young - 137
Moore, Mary - 137
Moore, Sherry - 137
Morrison, Carol - 137
lioysr, Ray - 137
Murray, Arless - 137
Nmea, Patricia - 137
Nach, Reford - 137
Newton, Danna - 137
Nlmmlo, Susan - 137
Nltael, Bruce - 137
Norton. lady - 137
Novak, Carylon - 137
Ollaa, Maldonado - 139
Orr, Randall - 137
On, Rlta - 137
Painter, Qaanah - 137
Paeehar, Ruby - 137
Putaraoa, Ralph - 137
Piles, Dee - 138
Pitt, Kenneth - 138
Poddl, Maurice - 138
Pond, Joyee - 138
Powell, Phyuxr - 11s
Power, Penni - 138
Pultatt, Bobby - 138
Quick, Barbara - 138
lamaey, Junior - 138
Reavea, Barbara - 138
Reed, Toney - 138
Reynolds, Don - 138
Rhodes, Sue - 138
liididy, Alvena - 135
Rllehla, Carolyn - 138
Roberts, Shirley - 138
Robin. Jerry - 138
Robinson, Jarria Ann - 138
Rqer, Peggy - 138
Roper, Sharon - 138
Rosa, Ronald - 13a
loan, Zula - 135
loeahook, Myron - 138
Rowlett, Jerry - 138
Ripe, Ha an - 138
Ryala, Kent - 138
Sacheenheimer, Sue - 138
Sain, Donna - 139
Salyer, Lona - 138
Sanders, Neil - 138
Seott, Bill - 138
Shafer, Geraldine - 138
Shudr, Dick - 138
Simon, Tommy - 138
Sitton, Nancy - 138
Skinner. Stanley - 138
Slater, Janet - 138
Smith, Bobby - 138
Smith, Cheryl - 138
Smith, Linda -. 138
Smith, Sue - 138
Smith, Wayne - 138
Snider, Henrietta - 138
Snodgrass, Gary - 138
Sowell, Paula - 138
Staggs, Fern - 138
Stanford, Stanley - 138
Stapp. lnge - 138
Steele, Carole - 138
Steele, Don - 138
Stewart, Raymond - 138
Stewart, Robert - 138
Stewart, Roger - 138
Stewart, Srirley - 138
Stone, David - 138
Stone, Karen - 139
Stone, Jimmy - 139
Sturgeon, Joe - 139
Tate, Brenda - 139
Tata, Kam - 139
Thompson, Ladonna - 139
Timnnua, Sharon - B9
Tolbert, Lee - 139
Trammell, Dan - 139
Treat, Gloria - 139
Treiehler, Janice - 139
Trent, John - 139
Tucker, B111 - 139
Umharger, Barbara - 139
Vmaant, Mike - 139
Waddle, Maxine - 139
Waldron, Jim - 139
Walker, Dona - 139
Waller, Larry - 139
Webb, Bobby - 139
Welch, Btoee - 139
West, Carol - 139
Weatarook, Ksnneith - 139
Ieaton, Robert - 139
Whitaker, Sherry - 139
White, Howard - 139
Yhiteman, Slaron - 139
Whomhle, Jael: - 139
Wilkereon, Ellen - 139
Williams, Floyd - 159
Williams, Lynda - 139
Williams, Sandra - 139
Williams, Sandy - 139
Williams, Sharon - 139
lllmonth, Janet - 139
Wright, Peggy - 139
vwlaridrf. Sandy - 139
Witt, Claudine - 139
Wilson, Jerri - 139
Wilson, Don - 139
Wllliamaon, Rick - 139
Young, Dale - 139
Young, Karen - 139
Allison, Janet - 141
Anderaon, Surry - 141
Anderson, Sidney - 141
Ashworth, Betzy - 141
Bailey, Patricia - 141
Baird, Steve - 141
Baker, Danny - 141
Baker, Mike - 141
Burns, Orville - 141
Barrett, Jo - 141
Belcher, Gary - 141
Black, Phillip - 141
Blocker, Evelyn - 141
Bradburry, Judy - 141
Branden, JoLyo - 141
Brandon, Brenda - 141
Bridges, Jannie - 141
Bridges, Thomas - 141
Bdacoe, Linda - 141
Brock, Steve - 141
Brothsrton, Jim - 141
Brown, Carolyn - 141
Brown, Dorothy - 141
Brown, Helen - 141
Brown, Linda - 141
Brown, Norma - 146
Browning, Jean - 141
Bnlloek, Kenny - 141
Burkett, Marie - 141
Buabey, Saundra - 141
Cmnaday, Linda - 141
Cannon, Linda - 141
Cannon, Staron - 141
Carson, Billy - 141
Chadwell, Harvey - 141
Clark, Bruce - 141
Codner, Billie - 141
Gafiman, Dean - 141
cater, sn-mr - 141
Compton, Billy - 141
Cqapa, Robby - 141
Cane, Joe - 141
Cowell, Heine - 141
Cox, Bllly Sue - 141
Cor, Linda - 141
Cox, Howard - 141
Crawford, Carol - 141
Cunningham, Janis - 141
Clan, Leater - 141
Daniela, Dickie - 141
Davis, Cynthia - 141
Davis, Paulette - 141
Decker, Sharon - 141
Dobynl, Charlotte - 141
Driakill, Oreryl - 141
Driakill, Jimmy - 141
Donn, Carolyn - 141
Dunn, Patricia - 141
Dutton, Jolene - 141
Exp, Jimmy - 141
Eaater, Dean - 141
santa., Entra. - 141
Eidaon, Sondra - 142
Elmore, James - 142
Epperaon, B.K. - 141
Evans, Eroeat - 142
Evana. Tamara - 142
Fnm111,, Shirley - 142
rfigrrn, uni. - 142
Flanilren, Cheryl - 142
Filler, Janiee - 142
Findley, Larry Joe - 142
Fitzgerald, Robert - 142
Flanaryr Carolyn - 142
Forbes, Jennie - 142
Fox, Freddy - 142
Frankenfield, Bobby - 142
Freeman, Janice - 142
Fricker, Carlton - 142
Gibbs, Jim - 142
Gilpson, Charlotte - 142
Gibson, Patricia - 142
Gihaon, Torn - 142
Gilmore, Leroy - 141
Gllaan, Pam - 142
Golden, Maurice - 142
Gordon, Mike - 142
Gould, Tom - 142
Greenwell, Suzanne - 142
Grider, Cody - 142
Griffin, Par - 142
Green, Diane - 142
Grimaley, Allan - 142
Guthrie, Carl - 142
Hales, Becky - 142
Hamilton, Eddie - 142
Hampton, Annette - 142
Hannah, Sharon - 142
Harrie, Kay - 142
Harrison, Tommy - 142
Hathcoek, Gnry - 142
Haugen, Kristi - 142
Hazen, Janet - 142
Hedgepath, Doria - 142
Henry, Darlene - 142
Herring, Juanita - 142
Henan, Jimmie - 142
Hightower, Carol - 146
Hratt, Billy - 142
Heggenbottom, Jerry - 142
Hightower, Glen - 142
Hill, Kay - 142
Holder, Fred - 143
Holland, Colleen - 143
Holliman, Sandra - 1.43
Hoppaon, Sharon - 143
Hudgins, Barbara - 143
Hunter, Candy - 143
Husted, Sharon - 143
lngram, Clyde - 143
Jackson, Andrew - 143
Jackson, Larry - 143
Jants, Denver - 143'
Jensen, Darlene - 143
Johnlon, David - 143
Johnson, Jane - 143
Jolly, Barbara - 143
' Jonea, Jack - 143
Jones, Jerry - 143
Jones, Terry - 143
Jocnigan, Janice - 143
Keaa, Janine - 143
xeuy, yum- 143
Kemps, Giarles - 143
Kidd, Billy - 143
King, Roger - 143
Kirkham, Edna - 143
Krag, Ann Marie - 143
Lrearr, Jam, - 143
Little, Gary - 143
Little, Kenneth - 143
Lindaeyr Jane - 143
Lorey, Forreat - 143
Luttrell, Janette - 143
Lyon, Aluryn - 143
Lyons, Tommy - 146
McAdams, Michael - 143
McAtlee, Billie - 143
McBride, Frankie - 145
McCau.lley, Barbara - 143
MrClung, Linda - 143
McDonald, Jury - 146
Mclnnia, Dalton - 143
McKee, Tommy - 143
Mammedaty, Janice - 143
Marlar, Eddie - 143
Maron, Louiae - 143
Maaaing, Carolyn - 143
1r...p1,, sin - 143
Maya, Bill - 143
May, Sandra - 143
Melton, Kay - 146
Middleton, 1.11-1. - 143
Megga, Jane - 143
Mariman, Maria - 143
1111... 1.81 - 143
Miller, Sharron - 143
Moffatt, Greg - 143
Morriaon, Jimmy - 144
lionldin, Cheryl - 144
Muller, Janet - 144
Nelson, Carolyn - 144
Ndmn, Jerry - 144
Nelson, Paul - 144
Nolen, Alton - 144
Norton, Ronnie - 144
Overbay, Johnny - 144
Owens, Bobby - 144
Owen, Wayne - 144
Payne, Gerald - 144
Payne, Voncille - 144
Parker, Bobby - 144
Parker, Carolyn - 144
Parkerc, Tommy - 144
Peopin, Bob - 144
Pempin, Linda - 144
Pskina, Donna - 144
Perry, Jeanette - 144
Petereon, Jimmy - 144
Pettigrew, Dyan - 144
Phillips, Tommy - 144
Phipps, Glen - 144
Ping, Kaye - 144
Poe, Larry - 144
Poeteete, Sue - 144
Porter, Susan - 144
Powell, Terry - 144
Praser, Ronald - 144
Price, Janet - 144
Prichard, Sandra - 144
Pulliam, Wilma - 144
Quintero, Tony - 144
Quicltln, John - 144
Read, Freddie - 144
Reynolds, Paul - 144
Richardson, Dennis - 144
Riddle, Eugene - 144
xiao. xennert - 144
Robert, Leaaa - 144
Roberta, Linda - l44
Rosier, Gloria - 144
Roan, Ronald - 144
Ryala, Marlene - 144
Ryan, Sharron - 144
Sam, Roy - 144
Sanders, Curtis - 144
Seabourn, Billy - 144
Seikel, Vicki - 144
Schafer, John - 144
Schroeder, Susan - 145
Schwartz, Robert - 145
Srarp, Tonie - 145
Shaw, Bobby - 145
Sherman, Beverly - 145
Sherrill, Ronald - 145
Shipley, Johnny - 145
Sliom, Junior - 145
Shalt, Myrna - 145
Sialral, James - 145
Simms, Dale - 145
Simpson, Terry - 145
Spearman, Janiea - 145
Smith, Pat - 145
Smith, Patsy - 145
Snow, Alta - 145
Staey, Ronnie - 145
Stair, North - 145
Standeier, Joan - 145
Srevena, Karen - 145
Stevens, Linda - 145
Stevens, Ronald - 145
Stiver, Carolyn - 145
Seorwart, Charlotte - 145
Sullina, Gene - 145
Sutton, Patay - 146
Tarter, Gary - 142
Tate, Marsha - 145
Tate, Sammy - 145
Tatum, Danny - 145
Teague. George - 145
Thomaa, Bob - 145
Thonpaon, Frankie - 145
Thongaon, Johnny - 145
Thompson, Seton - 145
Todd, Linda - 145
'l'owler, Lula Mae - 145
Treighlet, Lynda - 145
Trotter, John - 145
Trowe, Phil - 145
Tniclta, Gtarlotte - 145
Tuner. Larry - 145
Tyrell, Gray - 145
Tyaan, Eugene - 145
Underwood, Jennifer - 145
Vance, Lealie - 145
Vllee, Marianna - 145
Vanderwear, Carolyn - 145
Venable, Charlotte - 145
Walker, Phyllis - 145
lalser, Diane - 145
Wann. Grady - 145
Ward, Jackie - 145
lan, Barbara - 145
Way, Barbara - 145
Wead, Forest - 145
Wdch, Cecil - 145
Wdeh, Donna - 145
Wdeh, Mike - 145
Weamn, Edward - 145
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