U S Grant High School - General Yearbook (Oklahoma City, OK)

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Senior Class is the first to attend Grant for six years. To them, the class of 1959, we dedicate this book We, the yearbook staff, dedicate with great pride and pleasure, "THE GENERAL" to the class of 1959. Six years ago an enthuastic group of seventh graders embarked upon their education at U. S. Grant. Today as Seniors, they are the first class to attend U. S. Grant for six consecutive years. These years included shivering in cold prefabs, wading through mud, and watching our school grow from a tent containing 650 students, to a beautiful, overflowing school of 2,000. As the school has grown, so has the class, not only in size, but in citizenship, honor, scholarship, and spirit. As you, pioneers of Grant, look through the 59 GENERAL we hope that you will be reminded of many memorable times. "They Have Served Us Well." 93 W izf Q32 53 the class of 59 today. This year at Grant was filled with ACTIVITIES page I6 . . . found Grant in high spirits for its SPORTS page 84 . . . saw us gain new experiences and knowledge in our CLASSES page 80 5, ,- P 2 'gafil s Mrs. Hampton We entered into new activities . . f 2m .... And 'rhen came sports Classes gave understanding ,o"" ,fwfr liz' Talent and abilities were discovered and developed n r i Ks mmn0ihHHi xi ik kj? Q J um'-R ... vocational courses and physical education. WA!! .ks Q J 4 , .V ,. MYN ., Y , Y , 4--fi. 'Q X ,,,,:'gg'b W ,, fx .X IJ . X , V , ,2 if 3'V2iT'A7"WTLf'W'i1 X.., 1 if - ' rd Band, clubs, and dramafics provide the spice new 1, 1' Q Af .1 " -:fi mi, 4, 3 fx x as W x . K . 3 :' 'WR ' inf 'iff' f . , gjfffe gfffliff .. f W5 AQ , - N . gr! 1 'AL A fi ' W V..' b W vm M 9 U Q fs- , - 1' f fi.mf.g A Q,g,.,g,g. .f 2 .abr . 1 n..,q. of working Together. I ' 13 f ia. ,Y 'L ,fi .X-'V 3 s Q Q3 ' fi Assemblies gave us opportunity To display .wf"" fE'?QQ?i?'i5f' :fl SW' M Y! , uwifkkii,-A , i Q ff' Q our Talents and gave a welcome break with dufy ivan Wwsmswwetmwfmlgmh I M 'W 'r The Activities Department of Grant is growing larger as the years go by. Their worthwhile projects are helping to bring moral organization to our students. The following section has been prepared in hopes that you will learn how important activities are to a school and will do everything to further their cause. ?i Q22-f... Row l- Siffon, Thompson, Cox, Clay, Chapman. Row 2- Hill, Johnston, Vidlock, Holloway. Row 3- Davenport, lrwin, Richardson, Shrader. Row 4- Carlisle, Cagle, Kennamer, Mclnnis, Schwerzel, Young, Stover, Shields, Blackman, Jones. Row 5- Dailey, Johnson, Edwards. Row 6- Johnson, Ulman, Hembree, Fricker, Srafhes, Bark, Tarlton, Nelson, Chapman, Buckner, Broadstone, Coppage, Mclnnis, Curby. Q i i When the band strikes its first note it is Jerry Smoot, drum maior escorts Paulette Jenkins, l Band Queen off the football field after the crown- ing. The whistle is blown by the Drum Major, jerry Smoot, and he and Band Queen, Paulette jenkins, step off followed by the lovely twirlers and finally the pride of U. S. Grant, the band. This was a familiar sight at half-time at all home football games. With officers President, Dean Coppageg Vice- President, Doug Shieldsg Treasurer and Secretary, Shirley Shraderg Equipment Manager, Don Youngg and Student Director, Doug Shields and Chuck Stubbs, the Band didn't stop activities with the close of football season. No Sir! There were candy sells, l magazines drives, paper drives, placks and other ' money raising projects. 1 Y - . 8 3 -5 9' f' he Row l- McMannis, Jones, Eades, Edwards. Row 2- Gibbon, Brown, Chambers, Voss. Row 3- Couch, Lowery, Mercer, Fuller. Row 4- Evans, Davenport, Beaver, Nash, Young, McKinney, Johnson, Connell, Stubbs. Row 5- Price, Mercer, Craig, Shrader. Row 6- Pettiiohn, Briscoe, Jenkins, Smoot, McQuire, Little, Benson, Davis, Haworth, Hoover, Hixson, Law. time for The game To begin, maiorefiesl The Band displays their marching skill during o football half time. Here they form a dollar sign. Then going still further to make U. S. Grant proud of them again the band came home from the Midwest City marching contest with a trophy and a 2+ rating. Early morning drill practice on songs, and much extra work, were hard at the time but when it was all over band members really had something to be proud of. Director, Mr. Don Todd, not only encourages members to become fine musicians but also to be good sportsmen. .L E ? ,mm eifilifw fm 2 r M-J v ,J . ,-f2"R. Row l- Fletcher, Filler, Allison, Randall, Orr. Row 2- Sexton, Sachsenheimer, Rea, Gould. Row 3- Weyerts, Stevens, Britchett, Nutt, Rea, Daniels, Martin, Phares, Jackson, Owens, Taylors. Row 4- Coates, Moore, Cable, Stone, Lovepamp,Duskill, Sherrill, Wilson, Moran, Sturgeon. Row 5- Atkins, Smith, Ussery, Benson, Frankenfield. While 'rhe Jr. Band adcls their Providing the training for future membership in the Senior High Band is the purpose of the Junior High Bancl. Under the direction of Mr. Thompson, Junior High music students receive valuable ex- perience. i l A fe so 1 ff if 1 2 Y- i Q Row l- Jones, Goya, Lovett, Hightower. Row 2- Leo, Croninger, Gibbs, Stewart, Trowe. Row 3- Peoples Jr., Grimsley, Broadstone, Schafer, Quickie, Brattain, Gibson, Sueeins, Harrison. Row 4- Stine, Little, Simms, Whitaker, Jones, Williams, Sloan, Matthews, Sea- l bourn, Brock Jr., Estes. Row 5- Johnson, Pettiiohn. l overture To our school's scene. The Junior High Band substituted for the Senior High Band at one football game this year. They pro- vided entertainment and color at junior High Football games, pep assemblies, and other school activities. Practice, practice, practice! This boys in the Junior High Band. the by-word of these Hours of work are put into the perfecting of a difficult piece. Senior High Orchestra is the most advanced ofthe orchestras and as such performs on many occasions throughout the year as well as sending individual students to contests and performing for church and civic groups. The high point of the year is, of course, the annual spring concert. The Senior High Orchestra has three purposes, members, our school, and our community. For the members it provides training on orchestral playing, a love for good music, and a sense of musicianship. In our school, the orchestra adds to the spirit by re- presenting Grant in competition with schools all over the state. And last they encourage our community to maintain a unity and interest in the cultural aspects of community life. Perform. The orchestras provide serious Row l-Gound, Clingan, James, Nash, White, Carroll. Row 2- Scott, Bradbury, Tate, Little, Wall, Ayler, Worley, Rea. i i 4 l i 1 i i l l yr were ' - View Row l- Allspaw, President, Bradbury, Vice-President, Hawkins, Secretary, Gound, McCawley, Cooper, White. Row 2- Ashworth, Evans, Oakley, Peterson, Bureman, Nelson, Evans, Maupin. music to put us in a serious mood. The Junior Orchestra is a training orchestra which provides an opportunity for students coming to Grant from the grade schools to play in an orchestra. It performs several functions during the year as well as sending students to the contests during the spring of each year. Like the Senior Orchestra they have three purposes or aims. They are training members, adding spirit to our school, and encouraging our community to keep their cultural aspects in life. 'ln-...M The violin is a difficult instrument to master but these students are well on their way. 23 Row I- Smoot, Fuller, Owens, Grimsley, McKinney. Row 2- Burk, Schwerzel, Young, Shields, Haworth, Law, Hixson Swing music is never forgoffon. Fourteen members of the U. S. Grant Swing Band provide music at assemblies, dances and other activities of our school. The Swing Band was organized to fulfill the need of some of the music students who have a desire to play dance band style of music and also give them the opportunity to perform at school functions. This gives them the training they will need for future professional appear- ences. Mr. Todd works tirelessly with the boys by working out the harder parts, arranging music where it can be played, and teaching the band members self-control and good behavior. 24 W Mr. Todd takes time out of his busy schedule to compose new arrangements. V f Liw g 5 . '2 :' 1 - it M . 5 S 1 H f 1 1. , A 'Wi 'mf ' fl it-file ilu. ii-L4 .5 " .iw K Row l- Crow, Anderson, Grady, Roberts, Abbott, McGuffee, Demick, Treichler, Harper, Phillips, Sparks. Row 2- Hall, McMillin, Brown, Jones, Denton, Brown, Brown, Jones, Latham, Johnson. Row 3- Glover, Codner, Suggs, Gibson, Law, Eades, Davis, Tate, Gibson. Beginners Journalism hold The writers of Tomorrow. Journalism students paste up their pages. jf "" we r ff .wa V solr trtt Q I , i , A very active and sometimes receiving little recognition is the Beginners journalism class. For they are the ones who do a large sum of the behind the scenes work of gathering information for stories appearing in our school newspaper. There was one issue in which the Beginners re- ceived all the glory, however, and that was their annual publication of the newspaper, where they took over the entire newspaper staff and did all the work. This class for beginning journalism students enables them to study and experience the many phases of journalistic work before they take over the responsibility of holding the position of editor or other important jobs on our school newspaper and yearbook. Sheila Erwin full uniform. r V - 1. ,sffeifi ii fxmig 5i g?5'ffL1 I f -' 512, ei?QS55i5156i5i5?: - fb iiifi ii and Suzarta Evans pose for our photographers in The Drill Team known as the Grant Kadeffes has been in existence for three years now, and consists of seventeen members. They are under the capable direction of Miss Judy Glover, who has been instructing them for the past two years. Among their various activities was their appearance at the Central Football game and at the Northeast Basketball game. They represented Grant at the 89 er's Day Parade in Guthrie, April 22. Also the Kadettes entered a twirling contest and clinic at Tulsa, Oklahoma, in the early spring. Grant Kadefies provide beauty and precision. Row l- Evans, Lovett, Knapp, Erwin. Row 2- Beck, Husfecl, Thompson, Hudson, Houser, Perry, Sachsenheimer, Monroe, Seikel, Glisan, Ashlock, Talmage, Bradlaurry. ln... 'WCG 3 E 1 2 I , I 4 'Y E - b -, hi of 44,5 ff, ' pf si? ,W , 5, 'I Y un I C3 , .h Q A . .B ,-, W Tfff I , , TI I Wi, 1, It . 'if A A 7 i f f " ' 53 iees I , 'V I1 ". I 2' I ' S i x .." ' :X ' , ' we at I I I ' 5 J 3 4' 'B I if I is R U . 45 L ,, 5 935 , ,. . 4 ,rif f , ...y 1 1 Q., ef ,V 1, 1 . , 9 55 ,J .f . , , 'qv' 'W I r 'fr 3, ex ' -. Q I' , K xl, I '67, il? MQW' V ...':"! SENIOR H an, Ballew Coffey. R Reaves. Row 5- Sha Boys SENIOR der. Q I i EE, IGH CHOIR: Row I- Linder, President, Mitchell, Vice-President, Bingham, Accompanist, Mackey, Treasurer, Nelson, Histor: Director. Row 2- Price, Peeler, Buckner, McDowell, Wade, Cox, Walker, Davis, Selvidge, Wilkerson, Orr, Garrond, Bryan ow 3- Poole, Gone, Hyderr, Shannon, Needham, Grigsby, Ray, Robertson, Davis, Collingsworth, Duggan, Streeter, Royal Row 4- Bassham, Caldwell, Erwin, Deahman, Langston, Bridges, Howery, Gibbony, Norton, Haggard, Cagle, Sells, Cox, ddy, Davis, Mills, Mercer, Blundell, Hodgin, Stevens, Law, Baker, Sullivan, Danner, Wilkerson, Scott. and girls harmonize in meloclious songs HIGH BOYS' QUARTET: Buckner, Mills, Stevens, Lin- SENIOR HIGH MIXED .V'. Q wr: , gv,, M 'G' . S f 7 riil I ',"Ii f 5 , Q I . I , is Q, Q 1 z ,ig Qi, W 5 . W I' Q ,dv " I M , , ei I ' Y 1 W' HE, A In 9 I YN, 5, Nm IEW, ,,,., ff-'f wt ', we , R' r,,V gr 2,2 K I , J. Q: Blundell, Hodgin. ' -, "ai ' ' ' ,Z QUARTET: Mitchell, Mackey y--kwa 91 L J M., X Q, if W filiiii k k all V J V lp i f ' , if 5 fi JF!! 5 Z g , .,. - Q SG., , i g r ffzf-Y 1' V i 35. S ' ' L i M9 5' 2 'lrfmlgig is f if Q i fi ' -mi' y , If -1 5 5, . ij, W 1 5 ,J 55 I f 'A I if X BELCANTO TRIO: Wade, Wilkerson, Cagle. GIRLS' OCTET: Swindle, Monkres, Swatck, Little, Marvin, Filler, Shiplet, Lane. l The girls unite 'rheir enchanting voices GIRLS' Queen, Knight, Erwin, Baum, penter, GLEE CLUB: Row I- Lane, President, Wade, Vice-President and Accornpanist, Little, Secretary, Monkres, Treasurer, Cates, Manning, Director. Row 2- Hunter, Johnson, LcMar, Allison, Sheppard, Hay, Wright, Golding, Miller, Lindquist, Whalin. Row 3- Caldwell, Newton, Brotherton, Hilley, Davis, Hail, Payne, Booth, Welch, Hyden, Capps. Row 4- Gore, Demick, Langston, Ray Ekrig, Rice, Scott, Jackson, Kuehne, Fisher, Swindle. Row 5- Sheppard, Moody, McLaughlin, Booth, Umbarger, Ashlock, Roberts, Houser, Craver, Swatek, Little, Filler, Brown. Row 6- Baker, Eades, Williams, To - Bradley, Marvin, Shipley, Higginbottom. te, Mead, Norton, Johnson, Car 1 Q i , 1' x 1...-A ""' , 4 Eff? I f2 !M If ' ii Q 'ff' I I If W B . v A F ' 1 , I I -- , or H ' - r FW fig I 5 rg" I 5 if-4"-4 -v f -'ww . Q e ,is .- I ,g 4 . an 9 1-., f bl 91 JUNIOR HIGH MIXED CHORUS: Row I- BaIIew, Direciorg McGibney, President, Briscoe, Vice-President, Walker, Accompanisf, Mercer Student Director. Row 2- Wyonf, Lansdown, Bradbury, Richardson, Tornpsan, Fricker, Tompkins, Guthrie, Teague, Maupin, Wood, Schultise, Wilson. Row 3- Moore, Bridges, Pine, Monroe, Massingale, Smith, Miies, Heeder, Dobyns, Hunter, McDonaId, Mays. Browning, Hannah, Hodges, Hedgepafiw, Brown, Seikel, Snow, Poeveefe, Hiatt, Ravciwel, Hamilton. JUNIOR CHORUS enioys first Taste of public recifals. JUNIOR HIGH SEXTET: I'IIII, Coweii, V1iIIOwgI'1by, Cox, Knapp, Brandenburg. fnggsilf- ,fr ..,' pig' '.', sc'r K "" iii! ii I A i ,1 ' in 3 A K . ,, , f in ,,,, fs 1, c ' . I ', . S- r , 4 1 ' In I ii? W , ,KE , , , R E! JUNIOR HIGH BOYS' DOUBLE QUARTET: Pow I- Miics, Owen, iIcIson. Row 2-Mays, Lorcy, Srcvcns, Bailcw. Rowd Tarfcr Herron UQ PQ H Lui-inudfg in, '-W. egg!! 7 ff, -if K 5 9 -,gp H in F943 get if fw- ra M.,- 11 cts Pi" -r i tg Y no J , Row l- Ballew, Director, Owen, President, Lindsey, Vice-President, Jensen, Secretary, Tcrfer, Treasurer, Johnson, Accompanisf. Row 2- Smith, Palsy Smith, Pyals, Woldnidge, Ross, Ponker, Jones, Moore, Hill, Kirkhcm, Wand, Mouldin. Row 3- Boultinghouse, Brown, Canson, Moore, Nelson, Bullock, Baker, Belcher, Shipley, Shultz, Capps. Row 4- Elmore, Simpson, Kidd, Easter, Jackson, Stevens, Morrison, Riddle, Stacy, Loney, Hennon. 2, -i Mixed Glee Club prachces breathing as well as singing. Duggan, Erwin, Nelson, Sullivan. ihii P x fr 1 L ' . ,-f-i -'i'i ,gr-ar, ' H ii Membership into the various musical J- iY" A , J 5 groups is approved and directed by Mr. if Q fii ii J A iiii 'i J E if Ballew, and Mrs. Mary Manning. wg, V, J 'W V A g i ,Q it The activities of these groups number my ' 5 ' many, and most of them have made various gif' Q J' . Q. g K is ,,,, personal appearances this past year. if X X .- 'I , ,V The Belcanto Trio, the Senior High ' , P V, I Boys' Quartet, and the Senior High Mixed r ' Q ' Quartet appeared at events such as the . i talent show at our annual Circus, the OEA ' meeting, on T.V. on Channel 13, and at P V Dodson's Cafeteria for the Rotary Men's J , J K Club. i gi U These groups represented Grant at the J Vi 'TQ i I Edmond Contest and the District Inter- g scholastic Music Contests at the Oklahoma ' ,,, .,,. , A, N - J ., City University with Dean Clarence Burg f ' , J Presiding as Chairman- , ,,,, J . 1.:.. We have a right to be proud of all of i "i "i' 'f- " 4 -- t i A A them for they have represented Grant well. 30 All vocalists thrill to the Christmas program. Remember the beautiful music and nativity scene? These were part of the wonderful Christmas Program presented by the music department. They gave a selection of old favorite Christmas songs which proved very enjoyable listening. To add to the mood Toni Antone, Darlene Harper, and Gloria Bamthouse were dressed as angels in a nativity scene. It was a very inspiring program that everyone enjoyed. . W Toni Antone portrayed heavenly inspiration during the Christmas Assembly. Nativity scene was erected by art classes during the Christmas Season. 31 V l The General and Dispatch record the lafsff Sparks looks over some of the work of our busy Newspaper Z-ta . THE DISPATCH STAFF Publishing the 'Grant Dispatch' is no easy job and many after school hours have been put in by the staff. The paper has been published twice a month this year which has called for even more work. Editor-in-chief the first semester was Mary Mitchell Greenhawg News editor was Norma Mackeyg Editorial editor, Geraldine Antoneg Feature editor, Barbara Barnes Ritchie, Sports, Ronny jones, Exchange, E. D. Lawg and Busi- ness Manager was Mike Manning. This first semester staff worked hard and with much effort. Starting the second semester off with many good papers was the following staff: Editor- in-chief, Norma Mackey, News Editor, Mike Manning, Editorial Editor, Geraldine Antoneg Feature Editor, Carolyn Nelsong Sports Editor, Ronny jonesg Exchange Editor, E. D. Lawg and Business Manager is Mike Manning. Beginning journalism students are show- ing much ability toward becoming good editors and reporters. With each paper it is the goal of the staff to make the next one even better. We think the "Grant Dispatch' is improving each year. To Mrs. Sparks, the sponsor, and the staff we give them credit for publishing a good newspaper. Sitting, from left to right: Davenport, Nelson, Antone, Mackey, Ritchie, Wright, Davis, Law, Price, Coates, Brown, Treichler. Standing, from left to right: Manning, Caldwell, Glover, Phillips. 32 Row 'l- Williams, Manning, Heath, Grounds, Eschler, Finklea, Dickenson, Sheppard, DCIVBHPOYY, Selvidge. Row 2' Eudes, HUYPSYI Gipson, Williams, Anderson, Fuller, Hall, Brown, Grady. THE GENERAL STAFF history of Grant .lr.-Sr. High School in '59, Mary Mitchell, Mrs. Sparks, Hilda Heath, and Kent Eschler check pictures for the yearbook. To bring the U. S. Grant student body and faculty an accurate record of the 1958-59 school year has been the aim of the 'General' staff. The '59 General is the sixth yearbook produced at Grant. At first the books were small paper backed editions. In the six years the 'General' has grown to a large book covering the many activities of o11r school. Work began on the '59 General the first day of school. Copy and pictures of all the important events of the year were collected and sent to press after many weeks of work. The '59 General Staff has endeavored to bring to the students of Grant a yearbook of which they can all be proud. Writers polish their style and Technique. Quill and Scroll is an honorary organization for U. S. Grant Journalists. The club was organized by twelve charter members in 195 6. Quill and Scroll is an international organization in which high school journalism students are in- structed in the ethics and ideals of journalism. Members must be a junior or Senior in high school and show the qualities of personal leadership and high scholastic standing. Saundra Selvidge and Charlie Davenport examine the rules for the Nafional Writing Contesfin which Quill and Scroll members are eligible to take part. QUILL and SCROLL Row l- Coaies, Sheppard, Selvidge, Dickenson, Mackey. Row 2- Phillips, Johnson, McGuffee, Heath, Williams. Row 3- Eschler, Anfone, Manning, Finlclea, Grounds, Davenport. Keg,-3 WI A K ' 5-J X Row 1- Bell, Secretary-Treasurer, Gilpin, Vice President, Abel, President, Waltmon, Sponsor. Row 2- Williamson, Patterson, Vickers, Cox, Steele. Row 3- Orr, Murray, Bruha, Looney, Gilpin. Row 4- Law, Stewart, Manning, Webb, Hall. Speech and debate need research and practice. Speech students criticism. listen to one another to offer helpful 175. T3 -. .4 9, k , ,gm-+Nw1'i an-if The National Forensic League at U. S. Grant is composed of students who take an active interest in Speech toumaments and debating contests. To be- come a member, you must have twenty-five points which can be earned by participating in speech activ- ities and plays. The members of the club take part in speech activities, Debating, Interpretive events, and Extemporaneous speaking. 35 A Stage! A Stage! is all Behind the scenes much work is done by Miss N rode, Lindley Webb, and Ronnie Baker. McMurry, Webb, Recorder: Smoot, President, Shields, I need. esfl e- The National Thespian Society is a nation wide organization of high school students who are inter- ested in dramatics and the production of plays. The organization is made up of local groups which are known as Troupes. To keep its charter, the U. S. Grant troupe must initiate ten new members a year. Members must earn a specific number of points either by acting in plays or helping with the production of plays. The 1958-59 year was a busy one for U. S. Grant Thespians. Grant was chosen as one of three schools to perform for the State Thespian Convention. For it they chose a one act play, "The Stronger Sex." Rounding out the activities oftheyear was the annual production presented entirely be Thespians. This year it was a three act play,"On Borrowed Time." Row 2- Lee, Peeler, Anderson, Manning, Row 1- Mitchell, Barnfhouse, Robinson, Harper, Anfone, Looney, Eades, Nestlerode - Sponsor. Brandenburg, Treasurer. ' - Q F . .5 T, H, .V . ,k., 5. I 1. 235 f 'HPS I ahp. , , Aiiriiffg, , . , S1615 f ir . Big. fkiiili f Q ,., W 2 . X WN , p t .. 1 L T iyyniei fn-J ,ff , Mu Alpha Theta provides challenge for math students. , "' Q 5. ,A , , 5 1 1 - Q f . i Row 1- Brandt- Sponsor, Souls, Rea, Wheeler. Row 2- Williams, Kellner, Davis, Shoha, Berry, Chaney, Duncan. Row 3- Lyon, Johnson, Wilson. lnterested Math students look on as Margaret Sauls, and Wesley Berry tackle a difficult Math Problem. S980 M55 90253 Q5 The Mu Alpha Theta Math Club is a national organization of high school and junior College students who have an interest in mathematics. The U. S. Grant chapter was organized this year with Mrs. Brandt as sponsor. Members of the club must have completed four units of Algebra and two of Geometry with an over all B average and B plus average in Math. The purpose of Mu Alpha Theta is to bring about a keener interest in mathematics, develop sound scholarship in the subject and promote en- joyment of mathematics among high school and junior college students. Students, this is your assignment for tomorrow. +5956 FERC? These F.T.A. organization. Grant students busy themselves mdcing programs for the FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA To receive an insite on what teaching as a career will be like, is what members of F.T.A. gain from this club. Serving as officers this year are: Presi- dent, Chuck Stubbs, Vice-President, Ann Meadeg Secretary, Suzanna johnson, Treasur- er, Beverly Looneyg Librarian, Pat Grape, and Reporter, Mike Manning. Mrs. Mary Manning and Mrs. Hilda Manning serve as sponsors and attend their meetings every Friday moming. The club also has a dinner meeting with a guest speaker every month. These meetings al- ways prove enjoyable as well as inspirational. Every spring, members attend a conven- tion and State F.T.A. officers are elected. This year, 1958-59, Chuck Stubbs is serving as State President. U. S. Grant Chapter of F.T.A. is proud to say that there has been a state officer every year from our school. Starting a traditional pin and sponsoring two junior High Dances are accomplishments of F.T.A. this year. To the most deserving senior member goes a fifty dollar scholarship at the end of each ye ar. Yes, out of this club will come the future teachers of tomorrow. Row 1- Hilda Manning, Sponsor, Chuck Stubbs, President, Mead, Vice-President, Johnson, Secretary, Looney, Treasurer, Manning, Reporter, Mary Manning, Sponsor. Row 2- Jackson, Swindle, Fricker, Filler, Monkres, Little, Brown, Swatek. Row 3- Cagle, Welch, Lane, Gibbon, Marvin, Erwin, Carpenter. is - was , size.--f 1 .,,- .sail Q rg n A nu L i 1:-in 4 n-....... fl' Row 1- Dean, Sponsor, Hooker, President, Antone, Vice-President, Haun, Secretary, Ross, Treasurer, Doughty, Parliamentorian, Kemp, Reporter, Burrell, Chaplin, Martin, Sergeant Af Arms, Billingslea, Sponsor. Row 2- Chapman, Barnthouse, Gates, Coanfield, Rodges, Owens, Holland, Sponsor, Selvidge, Ramirez, Crider, Phillips, Real, Trotter. Row 3- Powell, Hooker, Cravey, Truner, Sutton, Green, Romo, Lacy, Phraes, Hales, Atherton, Henry, Beavers, Grigsby. Row 4- Robinson, Shrader, Bendorf, Holden, Roach, Weber, Woolhert, Geyer, Burrs, Harper, Walker, Phillips, clay, Jones. Row 5- Robinson, Mitchell, Medley, Frysinger, Houdmann, Copeland, Tripp, Lee, Wynn, Shipley, Williams, Pigg, Middleton, Jones, Mead. Take a letter, please, Miss FBLA. Rita Ross and Evelyn Kemp help decorate the cafe- teria for the Basketball Homecoming Dance. The Future Business Leaders of America organi- zation is composed of young adults in high schools and colleges, and it seeks to: 1. Develop competent, aggressive business leadership 2, Strengthen the confidence of young men and women in themselves and their work, and to 3, Create more interest and understanding in the intelligent choice of business occupations, etc. Our officers are as follows: President, Pat Hooker, Vice President,Toni Antoneg Secretary, Judy Haun, Treasurer, Rita Ross, Parliamentarian, Wanda Doughty, Reporter, Evelyn Kemp. Foreign relations start on a small scale. Q ff. - X , .- if in 1 A 'A The U. S. Grant Spanish Club was organized two S x ' r y years ago. The members areifirst and second year Q ' "N E A 2 - :" - M' spanish students and have an interest in the subject. A In . 'i A' V 1' At .meetings 'once every two Weeks they plan the Q1 X I .- - various activities which they sponsor throughout the .C r . A 't1.- iii - ' A . Year- Q' -, ff get " , . 1 The club sponsored a Christmas festival in Span- , I if ' . . . . n ikltg ish style complete with the breaking of a Pinata. In A . if the spring they had a Dia de Campo which is a Span- Ei ' L i,t if ii-ii D, We ' .Wg ish style picnic. The club is also considering an H ,A A ' emblem or pin denoting membership in the club. V M 3 . X ii Their sponsor, Mr. A. lvlonjaras, is also the f Q V mi. 5 school's Spanish teacher. Officers for the year are: t.- . ' . 5 .,.." President, Kirkpatrickg Vice-President, F ryg Secre- fl fi - 3. ii .'-1 - T - N tary, Katsakisg Secretary, F oxg Treasurer, F osterg Y 3 Social Chairman, Cowell. I Q, Mr. Moniaras sfraightens Spanish problemsout for Ma-ilaice Siffon and Dorthy Eades. SPANISH CLUB Row 'I-Moniaros,Sponsor5 Kirkpatrick, President, Fry,Vice-President, Ka?sakis,Secre1aryp Foster, Treasurer, Cowell, Social Chairman. Row 2- B. Seah, L. Anderson, Ingram, Dollar, Baum, Gaza, P. Anderson, Sirton. Row 3- Reed, West, Allspaw, Holskum, Woodridge, Scrifies, Campbell, Nichols, Owen. Row 4v Kincaid, Clingan, Bauman, Acheson, lsbill, T. Anderson, Troxell, Eades, Smith. Row l- Smifh, Nelson, Secreiory and Reporierj Moufray, Sponsor. Row 2- Tutor, Horton, Presidenf, Hoover, Sergeant A! Arms, Nelson. Row 3- Rcberfs, Treasurer, Smith, Hisiorian. Tape Club aids communicafion all over the world. Mr. Moutray and some of his members of the Tape Club enioy listening to ropes they have recorded. A new and unusual club has been organized this year. It is the U. S. Gran? Tape Club. Members of the club exchange tape recordings with students from Germany, England, Switzerland, Alaska and other parts of the World. On these recordings they tell of the social life, customs and everyday living of the country in which they live. Members of the Tape Club must own or have access to a tape recorder. The Grant Chapter of the club is a member of the World Tape Pals which has its headquarters in Dal- las, Texas. 41 Making U. S. Grant safety conscious is their goal. This club tries constantly to promote safety and well being of their entire student body. They keep an eagle eye out for safety hazards which might cause harm to someone around school. Mr. Cecil Kegans sponsors this club. The offi- cers are: Sam Humphrey,Presidentg Jean Craig, Vice President, Ann Meade, Secretaryg Ann Willoughby, Historiang jane Quick, Reporter. The safety council is a well-worth-while organi- 233993 ' , zation. xxx Mis? Safety Council members inspect a list of rules which will help prevent accidents in our school. SAFETY COUNCIL Row 'I- Willoughby, Historian, Quick, Reporter, Meade, Secretary, Craig, Vice-President, Humphrey, President, Kegans, Sponsor. Row 2 Byrum' King Wolrley Coley Row 4-'Geer Holden McCracken, Epton, Quintero, Vandareer, Williams, Nlppert. Row 5- Gatlin, C. Ander son, Coppage, Weyelfts, Oglesbee, Burrs, l:loffman,'Powell, Holden. Row 6- Holden, Lewis, Underwood, Bake, Sparcegowsk, Cottingham, Smith, Demick, D. Henry, C. Henry, Norton. fr tk : AN rf FTATAQ,-T 3 T at Y 'W giggle as ii if -Q i it f 5 - x at r N i 2 1 ii i eils , ,,,, M, '?5'f,i,f Filler Williams McCartney, Mathes Bridges, Gafford, Kegans, Neunum, Hunt. Row 3- Burwe l, Davis, McGlleny, Carson, Allspaw, Row 1 Patterson, Sponsor Ketchersude Phillips Rogers Thompson Hendrix, A. Brock, Wefhercutt, V. Brock, Simpson. Row 2- Pewiff Caldwell Hook Greafhouse Sfrako Johnson Kick McLain Owen Row3 Richardson, Hollowell, Bradbury, Abboh, Williams, Moore The knowledge and care of books occupy their Time. Strickly a service club is the Library Club. It has been organized for three years and mem- bers who constitute it, are people who are on the Library staff. After you have worked in the library one yearyou are eligible for membership, and once a member, you remain one as long as you wish. The Library Club plans and attends two or three city wide meetings at various times during the school year. Members are looking forward to receiving the attractive pins they have ordered which signify their membership. Not only do Library Club members have fun but they get a chance to serve others and gain experience in that field at the same time. Science is for inquisitive, searching minds. The Science Club is for all interested students from grades seven through twelve. The purpose of the club is to study about the world in which we live and to develop scientific hobbies. Louis Moore is presidentg Bruce Ayler is vice- presidentg and Fred jackson is secretary-treasurer. Mrs. Fern Bowman is faculty sponsor. This groupgains in scientific knowledge by means of films, field trips, and group discussions. Some members also make science projects to enter in the annual Science Fair. This club stimulates scientific interest for all students. Club members furnish nourishment for Grant students. Row 'l- Bowman, Sponsor, Jones, Jackson, Horton, Peterson, Enile, Jennings, Sloan, Ha?an, Williams. Row 2- Figaro, Briscoe, Mason, Smith, Jahnke, Rea, Bennett, Moore. Row 3- Hoster, Willard, Ay er, Bowie, Hoover, Tay or, Ruttigrea. Row 'l Hahn Presldenf Johnson Secretary Ward Treasurer Woodrin , Range Officer. Row 2- Hosfeher, Sponsor Barber Evans Smith Hahn Nees Sponsor Row 3 Stanford, Richcrgson, Fawcef, B. Mercer, Curby, Mes, Mercer Respect for a weapon IS The basls for closer study. 'The Targetmasfers' have aclub they should really be proud of. This is the third year that this club has been organized and they are members ofthe National Rifle Association. There are chances of earning medals and badges through this associa- tion. The rifle club has meets with other teams and in the 1958 Hunters Safety Meet they placed second. Few people know that U. S. Grant has the best indoor rifle range in Oklahoma City. This range is located in the base- ment ofthe school. Members meet after school on their own time with the boys meeting every week and the girls every other week. At the end of the year the boys and girls have a meet to see who is the best shot. This stimulates interest and offers competition inside the club. They try to have a few social activities such as pic- nics etc. during the year. Yes, this is a well organized club that provides an interesting pastime for mem- bers. i 6 4-H Club develops character and supplies recreation also. 4-H Club officers pause in their activities to have their picture made. The purpose of this club is to develope an inter- est in farming and home management. They meet twice a month before school. These meetings are very impressive as they always follow a certain rit- ual. A called meeting was held with the County Agent. To provide entertainment there are county wide parties each month and also state contests are held at various times for the members. Officers are: President, Charlotte Starwatt, Vice- President, Harva Hawkins, Secretary and Treasurer, Pam Glisang Song Leader, jerry Davisg Sponsor, Mr. Hieronymus, and Mrs. Chapman. As this is a national organization we are happy to have a chapter from U. S. Grant. Row 'l- Chapman, Sponsor, Sfarwatt, President, Hawkins, Vice-President, Glisan, Secretary and Treasurer, Davis, Song Leader, Hieronymus, Sponsor. Row 2- Guthrie, Thompson, McGehee, Moore, Brown, Jones, Cravens, Dawson. Row 3- Roach, Green, Davis, Fawcett, Bowman, Couch, Smith, Hiatt. .Vx Row 1- Moore, Sponsorg Vidlock, 2nd Lt.g Coppage, lst Coptainp Shuck, Sergeant. Row 2- Miller, Gill, Terry, Neunum, Trowe. Row 3- O'Neal, Miller, Shorter, Nitzel, Pettiiohn. Knowledge broadens interest in aviation. Aviation members listen intently as guest speaker explains the route of airplanes as shown on the mqa. The purpose of Aviation Club is to acquaint the young people of U. S. Grant with Aviation as it is seen from an Airmanfs view point. The object is to learn more and more, and increase our knowledge in all fields of Aviation. The field of Aviation is limitless and we wish our knowledge of Aviation to be the same. The goal of the club is to remain interested in Aviation, thus, creating an interest in our fellow students. Most of us in the Aviation Club, have hopes of obtaining a job of some description in the field of Aviation. This club will help us on answering questions we would like to know and will give us a chance to learn new concepts in Aviation. Man has long dreamed of flight. When he found it, he built it to what it is now. It's our job, and others like us to build it to what it will be in the future. 47 To crea're beauty is To serve mankind. The Jr. Peony Club has really been busy this year and they don't intend to stop their beautifying campaign! In the long list of accomplishments they have planted 8 peony bulbs, 250 jonquils, 100 flowering shrubs and theyreplaced the roses in the patio. They planted a holly tree and a Magnolia tree in the court yard. Thirty plants such as begonia,colesis, geranium, verbena and ivy were starred from cuttings, experi- ments were conducted with Mimosa, avocado, and chrysanthemums. To make meetings more enjoyable and also to help further their knowledge of flowers, lessons were conducted on flower arrangements and the culture of peonies and roses. A beautiful trophy was given ro the Flower Club for various specimens and flower arrangements. To be able to keep the trophy is must be won twice. We are sure they will, at the rate they are going now! With all these activities that represent a lor of time and work they went still farther and carried out an active campaign for keeping the grounds beautiful. Club members do their best fo keep grounds clean and near. Row l- Pearson, Sponsor, Bledsoe, President, Chapman, Vice-President, Barnes,Secretary-Treasurer, O'Neal, Reporter, Elliofi, Sponsor. Row 2- McCauley, Miller, McGilberry, Real, Jolly, Hensley, Douglas, Pound, Ground. Row 3- J. Smith, Sraggs, Kidd, Whife,WeIch, Harris, Babbif, Smith, Garland. Row 4- Peterson, Morris, Langfill, Shorte, Rea, Porier, Anderson, Rasplin, Adams. Row 5- Roach, P. Anderson, Leslip, Miller, Lewis, Johnson, Smith, Rogers, Davis, Knight. Row 6- Hayden, Allison, Williams, Dies, Fagan, Clark, Doss, Davis, Grape. f lug.- 1-+444 1 Q . v 1414- ' - Y v -Ll -fti -W---1 Row.1- Moorehead, Sponsor, Straka, President, York, Vice-President, Bell, Treasurer, Edwards, Secretary, Dunn, Reporter: Johnson Assistant Secretary, Jones, Sponsor. Row 2- Fricker, Wilbanks, Smith, Walker, Roper, Welch, Boultinghouse, McAdams, Sawell, Benson Row 3- Owen, Woodall, Harris, Dixon, Pritchett, Tate, Orr, Ruise, Goyer. Row 4- Hutchinson, Martin, Mays, Welch, McAllister, Waddle King, Schroeder, Orren, Hill. Row 5- Heath, Nichols, Clingan, Anderson, Reaves, Jones, Husk, Bowie, Greenwell, Doughtery, Rappe, Martin, Moore, Gilmore, Gibbs. Henline, Poole, Collier, Moyer, Shrader. Row 6 Service to others is more than a motto. Marilyn Grape, Mike Manning, and Nancy Bell relax while Linda Stroka makes important phone calls. "Service to others' is the motto of the U. S. Grant Junior Red Cross. Members of the club are elected from each junior and SeniorHigh homeroom. These students work together on proj- ects to aid the needy. The junior Red Cross is a nation- al organization in which students all over the world work together on proj- ects such as: entertaining at Veter- an's Hospitals, filling Christmas boxes, and selling products with the proceeds going to help fill baskets. In addition they enrolled the whole school in the junior Red Cross by taking donations from each student. Government oi the people, by the people, Hugh and Twila look engrossed with one another or does Twilo just have a crick in her neck? The U. S. Grant Student Council is a form of stu- dent government. The organization consists of one representative and one alternate elected from each homeroom. This year they were led by Hugh Finklea, president, Gloria Barnthouse, vice-presidentg Sandy Lee, secretary, Steve Duncan, treasurerg Twila Hud- son, historiang Nancy Fox,parliamentariang and Nfary Greenhaw and Elaine Spearman, reporterg and Mr. Maurice Walraven, sponsor. The Student Council kicked off the 1958-59 school year with another successful Howdy assembly and Dance. Thanksgiving found the Council filling bas- kets of canned goods for needy families and Chapel services were well on the way to success. With Christmas came the yearly 'Toys for Tots' Campaign. Other projects which head the never ending list are the 'Chips for Polio" Drive, Clean Up Week, sports- manship ratings, and sponsoring the Student Store. Throughout the year the Student Council has worked hard in all they have undertaken and deserve credit for a job well done! Row 1- Finklea, President: Barnthouse, Vice-President, Lee, Secretary, Duncan, Treasurer, Fox, Parliamentoriun, Greenhuw, Reporter, Hudson, Historian, Walraven, Sponsor. Row 2- Gates, Bloncett, Harrell, Cox, Chapman, Winter, Riddle, Parmeter. Row 3- Monkres, Caldwell, Looney, Eades, Souls, Petty, Kotsakis, Wilkerson, Harris, Swatek. Row 4- T ler,Hill, Woolery, Preston, Harper, Wilkerson Bendorf, Ashlock. Row 5- Bureman, Sheppard, Rea, Jackson, Manning, Turner, Husk, Welch, Grape. E LQ: 10016 ?'Nr Y Vi-fa .M mt l l 1 1 l l l i ll Q JUNIOR HIGH STUDENT COUNCIL: Row 'I' Semrad, Sponsor, Anderson, Vice-President, Logan, Vice-President, Treichler, Secretary, Lee, Treasurer, Brandenburg, Reporter. Row 2- Jones, Lindsey, Shull, Sneed, Flainlcen, Reaves, Slater, Anderson, Lyfle Frifz, Dennis Evans Jolly Robles Row 3- Bourland, Kelsoe, Worsham, Capps, Rogers, Mahon, Jones, Smofhers, Benson, Grape, fgarland, Lang, Cecil, Glill. Rhw 4- Herriaff, Robinson, Richardson, Seabourn, Brock, Jackson, Stephens, Willard, Briscoe, Payne, Holliman, Trelchler, Davis, Mclnnis. Row 5- E. Jones, Wall, Vanganf, Quinrero, Trotter, Robles, Wright, Horton, Case, Pierce, Walker, Baker, and for 'rhe people are The Student Junior High Student Council officers plan the agenda for their next meeting. Councils. The Iunior High Student Council was faced with the difficult task of representing and governing the jr. ,High Student Body. They sponsored a Chapel program, where well-planned devotionals were given by teachers and ministers at each service. Student Council Pins have been bought by the representatives and will be Worn proudly in the years to come. Grant has shown an interest in the Inter City Student Council meeting each month and representa- tives rotate for each meeting. Four students were sent to the Oklahoma State junior High Student Council meetings in Tulsa of which they reported a most exciting, interesting, and educational trip. They have sponsored successful dances, conducted a 'Toys for Tots" drive and a clothes drive. They were ,led by a very successful group of officers and sponsors who have contributed much to this school year. Their Ieffers represent long hours of practice The U. S. Grant Boys' 'O' Club was organized four years ago with twenty-five charter members. The club consists of boys who have lettered in one or more sports. To become a member of the 'O' Club, lettermen must dress in women's clothing and take part in a hilarious initiation which, this year, was held in january. The purpose of the 'O' Club is to promote a better interest in athletics and good sportsmanship. The club sponsored, among other activities, a pancake supper and box supper. On February twen- tieth the club held their annual assembly in which they dressed up as cheerleaders and pep club mem- bers and led their own hilarious yells. Highlight of the year for the boys was the annual camping trip which was held at the end of the last semester. John Suggs our famous fullback and member of The Boys' 'O' Club displays one of his many talents. Row 'I- Nall,Coach, Norwood, Coachp Christian, Presidenfg Farris, Pledge Mastery Lyon, Wilson, Duncan, Reavis, Coachg Mills, Coach. Row 2- Suggs, Sergeant At Armsg O'Shea, Brown, Dies, Gibbon, Kennedy, Vowell, Freshaur, Brown, Coach. l Row 'l- Romo, Powell, Moore, Brandenburg, Hackett. Row 2- Cody, Yates, Mercer, Wynn, Grigsby, Green, Sughru, Sponsor. and a spirit of sportsmanship and fair play. Lots of exercise is one thing these girls are not without as they practice basketball. Fostering an interest in girls' athletics and good sportsmanship is the purpose ofthe Girls' 'O' Club. Girls earn points during the year by playing soft- ball, volleyball and basketball usually in that order. At the end of the year the points are counted and those with the necessary number are eligible for membership. They must then pledge. The gray wool jackets with the bright red 'O' stand out and distinguish members. This club has been organized four years with Miss Sughru as their sponsor. The Hi-Y members serve school and H These boys are busy looking over material for the Hi-Y. Any boy who is in the tenth,eleventh, and twelfth grades is eligible for membership in the Hi-Y Club which is aYMCA sponsored organization. 'To create, maintain, and extend throughout the school, home, and communityhigh standards of Christian character," is the purpose of the Hi-Y. Boys take an active part in such sports as basket- ball, bowling, and swimming. They always welcome any new member who is willing to work with the others and carry out the purpose. The four plans, being clean, scholarship, clean living, and clean speech, the boys have much to work toward and strive for. Mr. jim Cox is the sponsor and officers are: President, Johnnie Hopkins, Vice-President, Kent Hall, Secretary, Bill Mercer, Treasurer, Bruce Miller. SENIOR HI-Y: Row 'l- Cox, Sponsor, Hopkins, President, Swafford, Vice-President, Miller, Treasurer. Row 2-McFeely, Freshour, Buremm, Tyler, Hutmacher, Kay, Slater, Wilson, Sanner. Row 3- Haun, Dell, Edwards, George, Hall, Holloway, Mercer, Anderson. nn , f. l een- as l l JUNIOR HI-Y: Row I- Reed, President, Scott, Vice-President, Murray Jr., Treasurer, Dunlop, Sergeant At Arms, Mennes, Chaplin, Trent, Secretory. Row 2- Carter, T. Scott, Shults, Baker, Stuckey, Bono, Hogan, Rculston. Row 3- Semrod, Sponsorg Moffatt, Wicker, Morrison, Dies, Gibson. community and develop Christian Character. Members of the Jr. Hi-Y show with honor their Jr. Hi-Y emblem. The junior Hi-Y is a club program for boys of the seventh, eighth, and nineth grades. It is one of many branches of the Y.M.C.A. The purpose of the junior Hi-Y is to strength- en bodies, develop minds, worship God and work together for a finer community and a better world. The Grantlunior Hi-Y club offers its services for worth-while school and community projects and through these efforts, clean speech, clean sportsmanship, scholarship and clean living are gained through their Christian efforts. The Hi-Y had three bowling and three basket- ball teams this year, and along with their many other activities, they were well represented by four boys who were pages at the Capitol for the Hi-Y Legislative Program. Parents were invited to meet with them one night so that they might know their program of work and activities for a purposeful club program. The junior Hi-Y club was under the wonderful guidance and leadership of Mr. Semrad. Service to others in the Christian way. These cheerful Jr. Y-Teen members are discussing their many projects lined up for the year. The Junior High Y-Teen Club is the junior high school division of the Y.W.C.A. This club empha- sizes practicing Christian teaching and ethics in teen-age activities. The club participated in several activities this year. Among the more outstanding was a Christmas party and a caroling tour sponsored by the Y.W.C.A. JR. HIGH Y-TEENS: Row 1- Nolen, Welch, Wright, Sneed, Mackey, Whiteman, Harmon, Watson, Neugebauer, Sponsor, Hill. Row 2- Barnthouse, Storr, O'Shea, Parks, Summers, Brooks, Gore, Blythe, Cooke. Row 3- Fowler, Roach, Stewart, McAllister, Willis, Hudson, Kidd, Lee, Robinson, Steele. z, Hi? . 5 51525, ,F , .4 ,M . If 1 4 Fifi saggy Row I- Everett, Presnuen-, Brown, Vice-President, Smith, Secretary, Cornwell, Secretary, O'Sheo, lreasurer, Hamilton, Sergeant At Arms, Hales, Assistant Sergeant At Arms. Row 2- Brown, Childress, Griffin, Danagh, Whomble, Brunk, Bryant. Row 3- Scholle, Rose- brook, Eaton, Burk, Greenwell, Waller, Guy. Row 4- Davis, Welch, Mizirl, Beall, Ballard, Stone, Quick, Bryant. Proiection and sound equipment have good care. Proiection lends opportunities for these boys to master the skill of operating proiectors and tape recording machines. With one purpose in mind the Proiection Club is a service club. They learn how to operate new machines, help with sound effects for plays, show film for classrooms and assemblies, and preview new films. Members of this club often visit dif- ferent school film libraries. This club has been organized six years with Mr. Woody Harris as sponsor. There are from 20-23 members. They are all proud of the two new Bell and Howell projectors this year. This is a fine service group and they deserve a big "thank-you' from us all. Pep meetings, parades, bonfires, cheerleaders Gloria Barnihouse Sonnie Preston Saundra Selvidge my Patti Wynn D"""'-w..,,,,,,,,,.,M. .. ,mfrxw Row l- Chapman, Sponsor, Grigsby, President, Mackey, Vice-Presidenf, Cox, Secretary, Fax, Treasurer, Bendorf, Pledge Mistress Brandenburg, Demerif Capiain. Row 2- Shrader, Dickenson, Spearman, Coaies, Crider, Shcddy, Swindlu, McAdao, D. Harper, J. Har er Row 3- Figaro, Trotrer, Williams, Greafhouse, Sheppard, Mercer, Bauman, Anrone, Husk, Moore, Kempf. Row 4- McCa9hren, Holi, Weher Johnson, Cadner, Herrioif, Craig, Haggard, Troxell, Daniels, Monkres, Healy, McCown. Row 5- Lawson, Swatch, Mackey, Hume: Greenhaw, Heath, Anfone, Payion, Simmons. Row 6- Holden, Doughiy, R. Williams, Fry, Summers, Hudson, Welch, Davis, Petersen Meggs, Shipley, Venable, Bolser, Dorsey, Marvin, Nelson. , ..,-iii-If 2 I .C 1 M - M' ,: :P-z,X..si.eQ4 if f. f f , g5i?,,,,,,,,J . flwpqhmmf- Row 1- Edwards, Ser eant At Arms, Row 2- Pool, Gore, lgendrix, Brown, Romo, Woolbert, Brown, Castle, Wilk Little, Baker, London, Clay, Hayden, Straka, Gage, Peacock, Mixon, Row Powell, Parliamentorion, Hooker, Reporter, Bates, Chaplin, Katsakis Historian, Sughru, Sponsor Ruise, Grigsby, Gates, Souls, Parmeter, Davis, Evans, Scott, Cornwell, Johnson, Crosby. Row 3 erson, Petty, Plumlee, Beavers, Robinson, Streeter, Kemp. Row 4- Shipley, Chapman, Haworth, Lacky, Cody, Hudson, Monroe. Row 5- Mathis, Harrington, Robinson, Tripp, Filler, Haun, Clmgan, 6- Frysinger, Moore, Elmore, Mead, Morgan, Allen, Demick, Foster, Scarborough, Statham, Harris all help to spur the team on to victory. Betty O wen s Sandy Lee Sandy Yates Sondra Hackett The sfuclen'r's spiri'r at Grant is Tops. no LindaTriechler, Carolyn Dixson, Janice Triechler. JUNIOR HIGH PEP CLUB: Row 'I- Lang, Spon :stress Hall Demerit Captain Row 2 Walse M' ' , . - Spearman, Garland, Burrs, Allen, Turner. Row Row 5- Scott, Lindsa , Fanning, Venalale, Hyo Hawkins, Edwards, Willkerson, Sfiver, Cannon, Me H, , F H ' ggs, Evans, Johnson. Diana Lee, Janet Price, Ellen Wilkerson. sorp Mackey, President, Kincaid, Vice-Presidenrj Jerrell, Secretary, Long Pledge r, Benson, Lyile, Garland, Vance, Smith, Hamilion, Farr. Row 3- Browning May 4- Hud ins Evans Thompson, Cox, Vance, Allison, Williams, Goyer, Daniel Keas les, Willoudhby, Hminfer, Allison, Holden, Knapp. Row 6- Daniels, Brofherfon Davis 1.. 'tsl' - -M i' ',': f. ...I f,e1l Qe1l"' f 4, , , , ww JM D - i K 5: if-I if G i kk - . A K . 'S ,. ' N C , .' lu, C 'X iff .W 5 W .,, Nfl' llflgi' i n X ii' W R s e - D N C. we e -f ' 111 ,,rg'e a Q7I' w,i,gf:,fw , aff' 1 o ew L l l 'hei as ' ' Q' - l f ares - -N .f" 3 ' as , if ff --f: , , I K . Q A S 'z '- 5s l- . , S W W M, m Q' F L 41 4.4 f' I M., , ao A , 3 .. W W A 'f ' , l Y Lk-,ffl il N 9. .. Y E . 8 v 'sv M Q K X if V ' - :.,, . wk' W. , fi V A - 5 J 1.3 ll! I J l' fl FE if A ' V1 JUNIOR HIGH PEP CLUB: Row I- Anderson, Assisfani Demerif Ca fain, Smiih, Treasurer, Filler, Reporierg Barnfhouse, Parliamenrar- ian, Johnson, Chaplain, Bingham, Sponsor. Row 2- Freed, Sieecli Adams, Reecl, Cowell, Barger Tobery, Nolen. Row 3- Mafhis, McMahon, Muuldin, Green, Bond, Hill, Hampion, Prichard. Row 4- Hutchinson, Knight, Woolbert, Haflin, Rane, Tassell, Hifi, Halladay, Hightower, Jones, Sherrill. Row 5- Clingan, Roach, Fagan, Haydin, Nelson, Smoihers, Ruise. Row 6- Canaday, Flanury, Claborn, Kay, Lovett, Codner, Norton, Moore, McGhee, Codner. Cherrie Wilkerson, Wanda Logan, JoLynn Brandenburg. if 'H l w Janice Triechler is crowned All- Sports Queen in The Junior High. WW ,W K Q8 NY!-we Row 1- Carter, Sponsor, Hooker, President, Crosby, Secretory, Wynn, Treasurer, Yates, Parliamenrarian, Petersen, Chaplinp Wilkerson, Historian, Dean, Sponsor. Row 2- Buckhold, Mr. Cox, Sponsor, Harper, Kemp, Lee, Greenhaw, Rea, Cox, Chapman, Owens, Bamfhouse, Waltman, Sponsor. Row 3- Phillips, Hahn, Robinson, Antone, Heath, Grigsby, Brandenburg, Duncan. Row 4- Suggs,l'laun, Johnson, Manning, Coppage, White, Shipley. Work is The by-word These Seniors have a serious and intent look on their faces as They prepare themselves for graduation. The Senior Plonningi Committee divided . into sub-committees at the beginning of school. They selected a committee to inves- tigate the announcements, one to plan bac- calaurate ceremonies, and a committee was also planning the senior breakfast. They had a budget committee which was composed of their past and present treasurers and the people in charge of their senior gift to the school. A group of Seniors whom they thought had humerous and original ideas were placed in charge of their Senior Assembly. A committee to decide on the material of their robes and the company from which they decided on white poplin gowns to be rented from the Star Company. As a planning committee they thought that these sub-committees would be helpful and have less confusion. This way each decision can be reached with less confusion, more discussion and more implicit investiga- tion of each issue. 62 should rent them was selected. These people' Excitement, Enthusiasm, and Work were the three most needed factors of the Junior Class Planning Committee. On their shoul- ders rested the responsibility of planning many important activities which characterize their junior Year. These activities began with the choosing of a new class ring and the rais ing of money to finance the Jr.-Sr. Prom. Planning Com- mittee members threw themselves whole- heartedly into paper drives, work days and the production of the Junior Play with one goal in mind - The Prom. Juniors Prom. for our Jr.-Sr. Planning Committies. ul-gp"e"e'5-ima "--M plan for a busy year but the climax is yet to come, the Jr.-Sr Row 1- Chuch Stubbs, President, Tommy Farris, Vice-President, Jeanette Dickenson, Secretary, Joe Gibbon, Treasurer, Sondra Hackett, Reporter, Floyd Davenport, Parliamentarian, Wanda Powell, Chaplain. Row 2- Mrs. Humphrey, Sponsor: Elaine Spearman, Nancy Fox, Norma Mackey, Twila Hudson, Frances Sheppard Sandy Trotter, Beverly Davis, Neil Bond, Jim Lyon, Carolyn Cody, Mary Alice betty, Kay Edwards. Calvin Riesen, Sponsor. Row 3- Wesley Ard,Jim Ferren, 7 . 2 -1 , ,y wr, 4? l 'XV 35 ' by Q Q ' m "" ,Q ew W W f ---- xr Q f Q if 144 1 2 ii Paulette fef1ki11S Janice Triecbler fo Ann Mackey Band Queen All Sports Queen Choir Queen Gary Linder Loretta Cates janet Price Cboir King Chorus Queen jr. High Chorus Queen dim Carolyn Lacy Sidney Smith Jeanette Dickenson Miss F.B.L.A. Kadettes Queen Miss Howdy joe Gibbon Mr. Howdy Paul Grounds Hilda Heath Mr. journalism Miss journalism Mary Wilkerson General Queen Attendant jerry McMillin General King Attendant Duke Christian Pat Hooker Denny Kennedy Geflefal King Attendant General Queen Attendant General King Attendant Be,,y0we,,5 UNCROWNED General Queen Attendant Patti Wynn Bob Simmons Wanda Powell General Queen Attendant General King Attendant Football Attendant Z B jackie Harper Wanda Logan Sandy Yates Football Attendant Football Attendant Basketball Attendant ROYALTY Mm ,,w,S,,,1 Basketball Attendant janice Shipley Darlene Little Diana Lee asketball Attendant Basketball Attendant All Sports Attendant t-ff""'lk Saundra Selvidge Basketball Attendant 1.5 we jeri Wilson All Sports Attendant '57 Lynda Triecbler jo Lyn Brandenburg janet Price Rita Ross All Sports Attendant All Sports Attendant All Sports Attendant Miss F. B. L. A. Attendant Judy Haun Peggy Robinson Beverly Robertson Sandy Caldwell Miss F. B. L. A. 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I I KK EK K ,K I Iv-qI,I,iK IKII M, K If K K Q fj,3fLI"1?f"' I I K' Q, I K I-'Iggy Q, M I ' We KI Il ,NI K K. I gm Kg, .II. KK i, W .Sf ' fy AW ,I f ' ' "' ' 4 if am. . I ,Kg I We if I + I II-IM . I II II A, Q lg1.,.MI In . ,IIS Q. . , QI . 11' 1 4, N ' ww ' " if . K N I lm. I ' 'M ' ' 7 ' I. ' V9 if ' II ' Il J AJ' Adv' I l Mx ' 'I wtf' .. Mt' A A 1 , I ' ,W . fl ' H359 W' I II - '- W- AI 'H It , 'K wwf 7 .12 To the students at Grant, the Athletic department has brought many memorable hours of fun and happiness. The football team in its season great team work, brought honor abundance to itself and to the school. The basketball team likewise went far in a fierce struggle to sus- tain team honor. The baseball, track, tennis, golf, swimming, and girls' sports also have fought diligently to bring vic- tory to their teams. We think they have done a great thing in doing a fine job to win and have raised school spirit to an all time high. Of in ."":" VARSITY SQUAD: Row l- Roygie Taggarf, Sieve DUHCOI1, John Suggs,and Jerry Knapp. Row 2- David Harmon, Dennis Beal, Milce O'Shea Ronnie Percifield, and Melvin Hackett. Row 3- George Tillerson Cecil Warner, George Wilson, and Darrell Whiie. Row 4- Mr. Reeves Coach, Gary Dies- Student Manager, Buster Dell, Tim Edwards, Milne Sheaffer, Gary Grimes, Benny Brown, and Tommy Farris. Material, Coaching ancl Experience combine Grant officially opened its 1958-59 football season on Sept. 12 when the Generals met Ponca City at Capitol Hill Stadium. De spite anything Ponca City could do the Generals went on to win 24-12. On Sept. 20 Grant met john Marshall on their home field at Taft Stadium. That night it seemed that the Bears just weren't alive for Grant won an easy victory of 32-0. September 26, The U.S. Grant Generals traveled to Henryetta, to meet the Henryetta Hens. Arriving there the generals received just about the warmest greeting ever, and the towns folk really made us feel at home. The final score in the game was Grant-38, Henryetta-O. Next on Oct. 2, Grant met Stillwater at Capitol Hill Stadium. The Generals looked very good and their timing was perfect for we won at a score of 32-14. October 10, Grant Generals met the Classen Comets at Capitol Hill Stadium, again the Generals struck hard for they romped over Classen 24-O. On Oct. 16, the Generals met the Vikings of Northeast High School. This game was a sad one for Grant because the Generals were defeated by a score of 16-6. October 24, The Generals traveled to Elk City, to meet their team the Elks. Grant had really recover- ed from their defeat the week before and won over the Elks 32-0. ln the afternoon on Oct. 31, Grant met the Cardi- 78 nals from Central High School. Central fought de- ligently but they were just over-powered, and the Generals chalked up another victory of 62-O. After the loss to Northeast the Generals knew that the only way to get a share of the Capital Con- ference Championship was to win the rest of their scheduled games. So they struck out in their set path. On Nov. 7, the Generals met the Spartans from Southeast. Despite all efforts of the Spartan team Grant ran on to a 22-O victory. On Nov. 14, The Grant Generals met the Harding Eagles, The Generals last scheduled game of the season, this turned out to be a very close game with Harding holding the lead most of the way through, until the last quarter, when the Generals pushed their way across the goal to win an outstanding victory of 14-8. Due to Grants win over Harding, they obtained the right to go on to the state class playoff's. On Dec. 1, the Generals again took to the wheels, this time they traveled to Clinton to defeat the Tornados by a score of 32-8. On Dec. 9, Grant met Cushing at Capitol Hill Stadium for the Semi-final Playoff, this game was a real hot one but the final score was Cushing 25, Grant 6. This defeat wound-up the 58-59 season of the Generals. We the student body could be no prouder of them than we already are. Row l- Dulce Chrisfian, Boomer Dennis, David Swafford, Bill McCoy, and Ernie Freshour. Row 2- Charles Rushing, Scot? Woodside Don Little, Alvin Turner, and Ronnie Tedder. Row 3- Larry Johnson, Charles Girlich, Jimmy Llyons, Richard McMahon, and R.C, Brown Row 4- Gary James, C.W. Vowell, Joe Gibbon, Larry Wilson, Jerry McMiIlin, Mr. Mills-Coach, an Mr. Norwood- Coach. to produce Varsity, "B", and .Iunior High Squads. GRANT'S SCORES AND SCHEDULE Grant Grant Grant Grant Grant Grant Grant Grant Grant Grant Grant Grant Ponca City . . . . . 12 john Marshall ..... O Henryetta. . . . . O Stillwater . . . . . 14 Classen . . . . 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'rfggj ,134 2, ,Kg we, J ,err 'pf 5" " H Q 5'-er' -ri-f.2,' 1 -1 ' K V '25, :L -:ii if we - '--A' .., V - 'm" B fi5'T36,"?'2 1335551 r,ff'l?'i fm1f.frf5 giiifji-if 1E3ef5i5'5.5E'-ligge,Swv-5 'iii :jf Q-H V ffl 22?aSf9gf'2f?5sw2??ff1?'R:fiuifir? '43l32eg'1-'1f'31'fi4-TQ'-f'ff"2f'?5?e,F Qt'-1'fafHW?i:'rf?fz-Sass. , , . . , Q-msia.-1. Jima?-ii, -no 1 , . ..r.,-ae r. . , t. .t t 4 -1 - V -1 f B-SQUAD: Row 'l- Gary Grimes, David Harmon R.C. Brown, Alvin Turner, Mike Little, Richard McMahon, Cecil Warner, Mike Schaeffer, Tim Edwards, Larry Wilson. Row 2- David Swaflord, Billy McCoy, Buster Dale, Scott Woodside, Boomer Dennis. Practice and more practice macle The U.S. Grant staff would like to pay tribute to these members of the football team for receiving State-Wide recognization. They were as follows: All Conference: jerry McMillin- Endg Benny Browng End, Tommy Farris- Centerg Duke Christian- Quarter-backg john Suggs- Full-backg Ernie Freshour- Half-backg and George Wilson-Guard. All City: jerry McMillin- Endq Benny Brown- Endg john Suggs- Defensive guardg Duke Christian, Tommy Farris, and George Wilson received Honorable Mention. Nominees for All State: Duke Christian, Benny Brown, jerry McMillim, and john Suggs. You young men will never know how proud the journalism department is of you, so good luck and "God bless you always." . " gf? wife, ,Q , . , , . JUNIOR HIGH TEAM: Row 'l- Gary Mitchell, Jack Jones, Chris Holland, Joe Harrison, Danny Trammell, Thomas Petty, and Bill Tucker. Row 2- Buddy Humes, James Harve , Timmy Grubaugh, Jimmy Peck, Dale May, and Robert Weston. Row 3- Tommy Simon, Jim Brotherton, Bill Ferguson, John Hall, Bill Hollmes, Jody Crosby, Jerry Higginbotfom, and Larry Turner. Row 4- Mike Vanzant, Kenneth Pitt, Cody Grider, Hal Garlic,Arliss Murray, Pat Hutchinson, Gary Jenkins, Roger Duncan, and My, Nall, the boys into a formidable opponent. VARSITY ALTERNATE TEAM: Standing- Half-back, Steve Duncan, Full-back, Dennis Beall, Quarter-back, Larr Johnson, Half-back, David Swafford. Kneeling- End, Joe Gibbon, Tackle, Charles Rushing, Guard, Roygie Taggart, Guard, George Tillerson, Center, Jimmy Lyons, Guard, Gary James, Tackle, Charles Girlich, End, Ronnie Percifield. 1 H E 5 E 2 5 ii -f bi Row l-Doug Morgan, Boomer Dennis, Keith Acheson. Row 2-Kelly Lathrop, Steve Duncan, Roger Duncan, Dennis Beall, David Harmon, Tommy Farris. Row 3,Sionloy Stanford, Richard Robbles, Mike Turner, Alon Word, Mike Bearman, Bob Outlaw. Row 4-Mike Vcnzonf, Tommy Simon, Mike Liiile, George Wilson, Coach Mills, Not pictured-Gerry Mahoney, and Charlie Dovenpori. A tangled mass proves an interesting sport. Unfangling The TANGLED seems fo be The PROBLEM!! This year Grant tried something new, a Wrestling Team. Everyone was quite eager to see how this experiment would turn out, and as a result were quite pleased. Under the supervision of Coach Mills the team trained hard to meet all qualifications and did so f proudly. The General Mat Men met different opponents from schools all over the City, but to their great effort the other schools had us out experienced, and the Generals came out onbottom most of the time by small margins. The school more or less expected this for the first year for nothing is perfect at first, but you give them another year and no one will be able to hold them down, isn't that right fellows? - i .............,, . ii ff I Row 1- Wesley Ard, Darrell White, Harold Bunch, Charles Peck, Duke Chrisiian, Jimmy Chapman. Row 2- Coach Brown, Larry Wilson, Johnny Hopkins, Joe Gibbon, Lee Jacobs, Jerry Fisher, Ronnie Percifielci. Baskeiballs free in The air, the season begins . . JUMP! Duke JUMP! The 1958-59 Basketball season was received with anxious anticipation for it brought with it many thrilling times at games and dances afterward. The season started off with a "Round Robin Festivali' at Northwest Classen High School, with Grant coming out holding its own. The next Couple of games weren't so good for the Generals fell under at the overpowering odds, but we didn't give up, they came back fighting and won several games in a row. On February 6, Grant Generals met the Spartans from Southeast High School. This was a real close game up to the half. At Half-time, Duke Christian, team captain of the Generals crowned Miss Gloria Barnthouse 195 869 Basketball Queen. Sandra Yates, Saundra Selvidge, Twila Hudson, Darlene Little and Janice Shipley as attendants. The end of the game was a sad home-coming for Grant for Southeast's fourth quarter rally was too much for the Generals. The tides of the season turned this way and that all season long but all in all the Generals did O.K. by us, don't you agree? N Row 'I- James Johnson, Ronald Rose, Bill Freeman, David Swafford Row 2 Coach Reavas Tim Ed ards Gary Dyes Jay Stevens Charlie Haun. of excitement and action for the Grant squad The student body of Grant is also proud of its B-Squad Basketball players. These guys have done much to bring honor to Grant. The B-Squad provides thrilling times for allbefore each regular A-Squad game. The way these fellows have been playing they should all be playing A-Squad ball next year, for they have come out on top just about every time and We hope they will keep on doing it all the time. I think they can, don't you? Row 1- Lester Fisher, Dale May, Chris Hollclrd, Bill Holms, Gary Jenkins. Row 2- Hal Garlic, Buddy Humes, Bill Tucker, Danny Tram mell, Joe Harrison. Row 3- Jim Waldrop, Pat Hufchinson, Tony Reed, John Grorhe. Experience is essential 'ro a good team. Jr. High SUPPLIES ACTION! This year the junior High Team at Grant were quite unfortunate with their season for they just couldn't seem to get anywhere with most of their opponents. The boys of the junior high team although not doing so well at this time are expectingly getting the experience they need to play the Ball Games ahead of them in Senior High, so we are really proud of 1 them for the courage they show in their fine sports- manship spirit. , y . r 4 7 it K 3. .,., -5' IV' Wi-f K EIGHTH GRADE TEAM: Row 'l- Bracaw, Peterson Kolke, Tilmore, Groihe, Pitt, Coach Hironomyaris. A , 3 . 'hm Z of A 'rf' WY l 6 551 ' I l , 5 ' t f W Qi . A- ,, fi ,ww at 1 A W I l 5 5 , Hiatt, Sheppard, Deckenson, Mays. Row 2- I Vggg li we vw5l' .F fi g?f3?s Heyl thaf's too high. Girls warm up for ping-pong tournament. Lei's see you hit this one. Ma., ,,., A, 5 7 l 2 7 3 ,Q X , A ' ,, if .-f,, bf-ri ' iw' jwlwslggvlg is 'Q 4 Mniay ,M W of 7? ti, ,A Grant Grant Grant Grant Grant Grant Grant Grant Grant Grant Grant Grant Grant Grant Grant Grant Grant Grant , Grant ffl!! f, Grant -:wi asm Grant Grant Grant Grant .......59 . . 37 Northeast . . . . 54 . . 39 Douglas . . . . 58 . . 36 Edmond . . . . 42 . . 40 Central. . . . . 46 . . 47 Edmond ..... 45 . . 39 Shawnee ..... 58 . . 42 Capitol Hill. . . 37 . . 45 Douglas ..... 72 . . 39 Southeast .... 43 . . 42 Capitol Hill. . . 50 . . 49 Classen . .... 56 . . 49 john Marshall. . 44 . . 45 Harding ..... 38 . . 50 Northeast .... 44 . . 58 Capitol Hill . . . 40 . . 46 Classen . .... 44 . . 31 Southeast .... 53 45 Central ...... 47 . . 37 john Marshall. . 52 . . 55 Harding ..... 29 . . 59 Northeast .... 38 Regional Playoffs 46 Southeast.....26 37 Harding . . . . Regional Championship , , 42 john Marshall . ,44 t is it 1 f 2 r it Eg , , , ,V gi yr ,Q 6 3 1 i, 'ZZ' if 1 if if 39 L we f I at , 55 M yifivs A .gui -' I .0 K , 5 ,, 4 Elle' f my 0 n Row I- Percifield, McMillin, Gibbon, Edwards, Hopkins, Cape, Kennedy, Peck. Row 2- Coach Brown, White, Crist, Miller, Dawson, O'Shea, George, Hackett, Christian, Duncan, Webb. Cooperation is essential in many games. Grant's '59 Baseball season is anticipated to be one of the biggest in the schools history. This year not only are several of last years stars returning, but many new students have come out and quite a few of them are showing real talent. As most of you know this year Grant was outstand- ing in the other two major sports, Football and Basket- ball, going further than ever before, so with the on coming of baseball what else could there by but an outstanding and successful season. we, fzfli: A , f ,,,' fl.. V! .V ' Ma 1 "W , ' ff ,, ,Fi , 'iliv 7 r i W.,-, 7 ' f ,V J xrfft ff ief :f:, , .f-, ln ,V iettl i in if-mlb? ITEC " ' is :,,,:1n.1Z1fff in' f sian feeggygfawi. . , J., as 5 'ff , I yi rv -vffmv weswg, Qwest , Y mga 'A 4 43' f J' -, W . ' Q y ,114 1 ., f :eff fewrasaeezr, ff " weak-Jerk' .J 'i5,,,1:z 'A , ,' k A " " :'f5'-fl ' ' . , K . it , , ,.,. W W , tr!2: 7l':'1,v 1' VET -lil, , 5,-55Q'2f., f F5555 . . , in 4 ' :I I ,. ,- , ,t, ,, 5 f,1 f,wfff,,wtWwm - M , ,,, ,,,,. ,.,, , , t ,, , V i Z ', l wif if 95 J Z .ff ,J 'N klfwf K . ,W ,VH re A Jail?" :lr , f iii T' i ,g.z,,ap ff ,af fJ'S4Q'efgs71f ' if Going through the daily paces. -f TRACK TEAM: Row 'I- Brown, Wilson, Buerman, Crosby, Beall, Woodside, Knapp, Tillerson, Morrow, Rose, Bamflwouse. Row2 Rhofen, Holland, Osburn, Vonzanf, Simon, Warner, Robbles, McCoy, Wesion, May, Turner, Tedder, Holmes, Duncan, PIN. Row3 Little, Haun, Ashpaw, McMahon, Lyons, Dell, Holland, Dies, Lyons, Sheaffer, Osburn, Farri s, and Coach Norwood. Speed and Endurance win Team honors. SWIMMING TEAM: Row l- Weslon, Tedder, Davis, Evans. Row 2- McCoy, O'Sl1eo, Dell, Warner, and Couch Noll. X.. D ,fp 'j Z r. HW, sw is ? Q i I I GOLF TEAM: Kneeling - Rappe, Shields. Standing - Brown, Ecian, Jones, Bivens, Johnson, and Coach Nees, I'r's performance that counts. TENNIS TEAM: Row I- Trammell, Lathrop, C. Davenport, F. Davenport, Harrison. Row 2- Brown, Ruise, Sauls, Edwards Dennis. Row 3- Grigslay, Stevens, Hutchinson, Mercer, Yates, Jackson, and Coach Mills. 5 Q ,,,, lr ,,f:g'm - Gales From "Jump Ball" to "Strike Three," Grant Row l- Carol Morrison, Sandy Yates, Darlene Grigsby, Patti Wynn, LaDonna Romo Saundra Hackett Row 2 Wanda Powell Diane BASKETBALL TEAM LM, sim Low. PNY My Mabf-. Clem Mefieff and Ezra'vo,ii"'d.,'.-3:a'A:'i's1'MY,.':n1i:uk.:',f'..f'm.!i"::2f' "Rm: Carolyn Cody' Judy Moore, Diane Lee, Sandy Yates Darlene Grigsby, Nancy Shipley, Sharon London, Cletus Mercer, and Carolyn Cody. VOLLEYBALL TEAM Lois Sughru, girls' sports instructor. 92 2 -1. ,L -2 5- r,.'5JQrFfxa f ,, ..,. mms, , . 1, IF -s I J W. W provides The finest in sports and fun for girls. l 6, . .. SOFTBALL TEAM 3 y K W9 K V ' 5 ., ,W ' . 2 W' .2 To 33 , 'ff ,f .. , f 4, is r k V - 5, af A W 3 Eh- 5 '-aff 7 fb, 1 - A i Lu t Jog. ' , a, nf V K gf .M f -an -Q' - PGM agaslsvwfg' Row 'l- LaDonna Roma, Carol Morrison, Wanda Logan, Saundra Hackeff. Row 2- Judy Bowlen, Pam Hokham, Diane Lee, Nancy Shipley, Judy Moore. Row 3- Pa? Brauman, Sharon London, Darlene Grigsby, Sandy Yaies, Paffi Wynn, Kaye Holden, Clefus Mercer, and Imogene Baker. 9 I 6, .fe lr I li ' ll " upraciice makes perfect 93 Day by day each class takes part in a day of excitement, fun, and work. Working together can he fun, so we finally found out and in doing so we accomplished much. To let you see why Grant is so proud of its student body this sec- tion is being presented to you to let you see for yourself Our understanding administration with DR. MELVIN W. BARNS Superintendent of Schools T. H. BROAD Director of Curriculum M. J. BURR Assistant Superi ntend ent DR. N. L. GEORGE Assistant Superintendent in charge of building and grounds. GILBERT ROBINSON Director of Personnel With Dr. Barnes heading the school board all the members work together to handle the multitude of duties and problems of our school and others. It is this administration that has guided our school through 1958-59 and will continue with their plans for the future. These are the people whose job is that of providing student services and directing student ac- tivities in this school system. Dr. Barnes has asincere attitude toward teachers and students. .The board works tirelessly to equip our school with the best of teachers and equipment. Evidence of plans for the curriculum is the extra weight of textbooks we carry home. We take our hats off to such an efficient admin- istration! Mr. C- B- MCCFCIY Mrs. L. S. Melton Mr. Otto F. Thompson Mr. Jim Wright Phil C. Bennett President Vice-President Board Member Board Member Board Member Board of Education Board Member the assistance of The P.T.A. 'fry to The P.T.A. is an organization where parents and teachers meet together, discuss problems, and have many worthwhile projects. This group annually sponsors a camival and as always it is a big success. With the money from the camival they are spending 8200 for the band, 3200 for choir robes, and 3400 to remodel the teacher's lounge. Leading the P.T.A. this year are: Presi- dent, Mrs. Charles Stubbsg lst vice-president., Mrs. Russel Greathouseg 2nd vice-president, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Moyer who also serve as hos- pitality chairman. 3rd vice-president, Mrs. Stan- ley Coppage and she serves as Senior High home room representative. Mrs. Fred Sachsen- heimer, also a 3rd vice-president is Mrs. A. W. Finklea and also membership chairman. Secre- tary, is Mrs. jack Bondg Treasurer, Mrs. George Teagueg Historian, Mrs. D. M. Ayler and Parlia- mentarian is Miss Juanita Bittle. The program for thisyear follows the theme, "Serving Youth In Our Community." .49 P.T.A. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE: Top row- Mrs. Curtis Bell, Mrs. Lois Bendorf, Mrs. Vernon Hosfer, Mrs. A. W. Fink- lea, Mrs. Fred Sachsenheimer, Mrs. Estel Petty, Mrs. Cecil Kegans, Mrs. Jack Erwin, Mrs. A. D. Freshour, Mrs. George Lane. Bottom row- Mrs. Nestlerode, Mrs. Russell Greathouse, Mrs. George League, Mr. C. W. Huffman, Mrs. Jack Bond, Mrs. Stanley Coppage, Miss Juanita Biffle. 97 MR. c. w. HUFFMAN, Principal of u.s. Grant H.s. provide up with the best administrators, A big smile and friendly "hello" are character- istics of our new principal, Mr. C. W. Huffman. Upon coming to Grant he tackled the many problems of run- ning a Senior High School. The duties of a principal are very pleasant but are difficult. Mr. Huffman has met the trying times of this, his first year, with a pleasant disposition and a cheerful smile. As a re- sult, U.S. ,Grant has profited greatly. The problems which confronted Mr. Huffman during this school year are not new to him. He began his teaching career at jefferson High School which is located in the North- western part of Oklahoma. There he taught Math, Physics, and coached all sports for five years. He remained there for an additional five years as Super- intendent. Mr. Huffman then went to Rosevelt junior High where he was head of the Math department for five years. For the next ten years he served as prin- cipal of Franklin junior High. He then went to jack- son junior High where he was principal for three years. He came from jackson to Grant. The new administration brought many changes. We know that Mr. Huffman is working hard for us, the Student Body, and the changes are for our benefit. Mr. Huffman has done a wonderful job as princi- pal during this, the 1958-59 school year. We are happy and proud to have him at Grant and we hope that he will be here for many years to come. leaders, secretarial staff, facilities and MR. TOM SMI TH Assistant Principal The duties of an assistant principal are numerous and often difficult. Be- cause of this Grant has two assistant principals. Carrying his share of the work is our new assistant principal, Mr. Wallace Smith. Before coming to Grant, he taught three years at Crooked Oak School and served two years as a teacher and four years as assistant principal of jackson junior High. Mr. Smith is a graduate of Oklahoma University. He is married and has a girl two and a boy four years old. We are happy to have Mr. Smith with us and we hope that he will be with us in future years. In this, his first year at Grant, he has served us and our school well. A familiar face around U.S. Grant is that of Mr. Tom Smith. Helping with the numerous problems, going on various trips, and many other jobs have been time consuming in his three years here. Mr. Smith graduated from O.S.U. He was a graduate assistant one year and an assistant professor another. Credited to him is one year as a teacher at Excel- sor jr. High, 3 years as principal of an elementary school, and 3 years as vice- principal at Grant. Mr. and Mrs. Smith have two boys, one eight and one three. He also has a girl twelve. For serving us, the student body, in so many ways he deserves congratula- tions from us all. MR. WALLACE SMITH Assistant Principal ,,,.... 5 5 K is. 2 1' xl sf! if , J .H I . X5 .Ami , 5 45,53 06 , -.. ,-......- .ef::'fd,f-pw? ...P -.'-.-......-- ...H or Q-A - ,.... 'L Fr r ,. ,. .I z 4513.45 'J f, fc' W Ili' l 4 L' 'F wif?" . , ,.,1.1 .. ,5 Q- 1 A XXIII? If il t Y ,I . . gg bi.. S A M. I 31- .W , . .af ' rx. ,. U M., K "ffl ,ik ki., E 4, ,, 1, O0 QP' it faculty to MRS. OP AL HAMPTON Secretory MRS. M. E. NESTLERODE Activities Director MRS. OPAL LITTLEFIELD Attendance Clerk MRS. PAT WILMOTH Financial Secretary MRS. MARIE WRIGHT Assistant Attendance Clerk MRS. BEA BRADLY Nurse MRS. MILDRED PATTERSON Librarian MRS. JUANITA SIMPSON Assistant Librarian MRS. DRUSILLA SMITH Registiar MR. MAURICE WALRAVEN Sr. High Boys Counselor MRS. JUANITA BITTLE Sr. High Girls Counselor MR. CECIL KEGANS Drivers Education MR. CLIFORD JIM Drivers Education, Not Pictured MR. EVERETT SEMRAD Jr. High Boys Counselor MISS VINNIE CREECY Jr. High Girls Counselor MR. W. G. HARRIS Audio Visial Co-ordinator aid us to MRS. MARY J. SPARKS Journalism-English MRS. MARGE HUMPHREY Art MRS. MARENE LONG An MRS. N. MESPLAY An MISS VERA BILLINGSLEA Commerce MR. ERNEST BUCHOLD Commerce MRS. DORTHY DEAN Commerce MRS. DORRIS HOLLAND Commerce MISS LENA LAWSON Commerce MRS. REINE PENDLETON Commerce MRS. FERN BOWMAN Special Education MISS IONE BRI TTON Seventh Grade Core MRS. LUANA CHAPMAN English-Social Studies MR. C. D. CHASE EngIisI1 MR. JAMES COX History-English .fb 6? mi.. . J: 5 .55 . ., W -... fy, ,A 2 - Y .Q Hia 1 , 1 -T H . Ta r Q. .wg i QE' I sf' if 5 is f '52 32.4 ,its 1z.,'L?f2,l, F : wff.-.1:2.5,.f 1 ff 25 ?-5 lf- ,f . M '41 if , 5 if is 25 X -ni if Mmm. understanding the MRS. LYNN ELAM English MRS. BETTY GONALLUL ER English-Social Studies MRS. CLIFFIE HILL Seventh Grade Care MR. LYLE HOSTETTER Social Studies MRS. MAY LUNDY Seventh Grade Core MR. D. A. MacK EEN English-Social Studies MRS. HILDA MANNING Seventh Grade Core MRS. HAZEL MARTIN Special Education MRS. MATTI E MCCRAY English-Speech MR. AL FANSO MONJ AR AS Spanish MR. G. MOUTRAY Social Studies MRS. EDNA MYATT Hi story-Engl ish MRS. PAULINE NOVEY Special Education MRS. SUZANNA VAUGHN English MR. BILL WALTMAN Speech world in which MR. PAUL WHITEMAN English MR. MARVIN YORK English MR. CLARENCE NIBLETT Mechanical Drawing MRS. MARY ANN HICKS Home Economics MRS. EDITH JONES Home Economics MRS. ESTHER MOOREHEAD Home Economics MR. FRED BINGHAM Metal Work MR. JAMES NEES Woodwork MRS. EASTER ELLIOTT Math MR. DONALD HESS Math MRS. OLETTA LANSDOWN Mafh MR. JOHN MOORE Math MRS. BERTHA PEARSON Math MR. CALVIN RIESEN Math MRS. CLEO WHEELER Math ,. -.ff .Q-qw 'sv X -od' 4 . X ,J ,iw-f . W S 2 :I x Q 5 ccss If I I I W. ask X YQQ 1 fx , I H. - I if ig iw 'Evil 5'k ' '.f" " , . - , iTg1f:W?4+MfQ21i f. L F H. lil .IV f.:- 'WWE ...F . -evra 'Zezm-V , 1 1,-make -S, , N a .N . 3 is I I 'EWS ,Y law by Q , . .ira n if ,fe . .. I ...:f:.f:f::-.I .,,.- .. I 5 :,... :- . ,,s... ...5- 6 ,ig Q3 .J V , .mga V V . 4 :LII as ,llv i:,. Azug mKKV 3 M , sign E5 K, ..,. . , "-4-We-'f-I .'f,iiw.,, Meeq- .we we live ancl MR. RAY BALLEW Vocal Music MRS. MARY MANNING MUSIC MR. JACK THOMPSON Orchestra MR. DONALD G. TODD Band MR. DON BROWN Physical Ed.-Basketbal MR. BILL MILLS Science-Football Couch MR. BENNY NALL Science-Coach MR. TRACY NORWOOD Science-Football Coach MR. MORRIS REAV-IS Social Studies-Couch MISS LOIS SUGHRU Physical Education MRS. PAT BRANDT Physics-Math MR. CORROL ROGERS Science MR. NORRIS GRANT Science MR. PAUL HIERONUMUS Science MISS IDA CARTER Biology MISS GEORGIA STATHOS Chemistry-Biology I Coach work to become better citizens of tomorrow. 2- ef it iii P a , , , - r , . l f .. - , 1 . . Ng, Q, W, f if A f Y V I xi' r , f ' , '-U' ' WH, 5 f . at ' - ' ' , E 5 , 2 ' ' 3 3 ,. w . t-,' 1 ' t't 7 mfg' fry 2 , 5 li ii ...,k,, W Nfsiiff fi ' FYOHT l'0N'K'Jfl'1Gfif10 Kelley, EUIG Terrell, Kdfllry Ward, Clyde Turner, Ruth Weed, Ella Rose, Dena Golightly. Back row-Orena Hunter Lena Eilzey, Ruby Conway, Betty Gordon, Ollie Suttle, Frances Barker, Louise Morrow, Mabel Wright, Mary Cummings,Jewel McMeans Agnes Cates, Lona Newman, Juanita Warcl, Dorothy Brown. There are eleven men who work tirelessly and often get little thanks or recognition for their efforts. Mr. A. U. Skaggs is Custodian and it is his job of maintance of the building. Under Mr. Skaggs are eleven ground men who are constantly at work to keep the ground clean and the building spotless. Bob Birchfield, the fireman, is in charge of the boilers and he makes sure no fire hazards are around. To Cecil Punnea, Floyd Cottrell, Lee Honeycott, Bob Birchfield, Ches- ter Howard, Harold Kernerey, Ben Tangley, Alva Skaggs, D. M. Kirkpat- rick, Clyd Harrison, Charlie Morrison, we express our thanks for their con- tinous work. Back row- Cecil Punnea, Bob Birchfield, Floyd Cottrell, Chester Howard, Lee Honeycott, Harold Kernerey. Front row- Ben Langley, Clyd Horri- son, Alva Skaggs, Charlie Morrison, D. M. Kirkpatrick. lO5 OFFICERS: Row l- Mary Ann Wilkerson, Historian, Patti Wynn, Treasurerg Sandy Yates, Pcrliamenfarian. Row 2- Evelyn Crosby, Secre- tary, Nancy Pefersen, C cpluin. Standing- Beverly Looney, Vice-President, Pa? Hooker, President, Not Pictured- Sammy Humphreys. Seniors! This is the year so eagerly The final year in the journey through high school has come for U.S. Grant Seniors. The excitement of parties, the Senior Play and Assembly, and finally Graduation itself are all characteristics of their Senior Year. As Sophomores, all of the class pitched in to raise money by sponsoring projects such as dances and paper drives. Their junior year found them order- ing and receiving their class rings and sponsoring the annual jr.-Sr. Prom and Banquet. All this is evidence that a lot of hard work and determination IO6 has gone to make the Senior Class what it is today. The class has left behind an outstanding record in atheletics and sportsmanship. But the class has not been outstanding in sports alone. They have also led in scholarship, citizenship, and service. Always it has been their aim to keep the high ideals and standards of which we can all be proud. Their sponsors Mr. Monjaras, Mr. Waltman, Miss Carter, Mr. Harris, Mr. Buckhold, Mr. Cox, and Mrs. Dean have given them strength through the year in all that they have undertaken. it . U, Ss. ,1- , fish Q, ww- DARLENE ATHERTON- Pep Club l year, Rifle Club2 years, F.B,L.A. l year. BRUCE AYLER- Science Club l year, Re- porter 57-58, Orchestra 2 years, Vice-President 58-59. JUDIE BAKER- Thespians 4 years, Pep Club l year, Grant Dispatch 3 years, Speech 4 years. JOHN BALLARD. GLORlA BARNTHOUSE- Pep Club, Cheer- leader 3 years, All-School and Head 57-58, Jr. Class Vice- President 57-58, Student Council Vice-President 58-59, Basketball Queen Attendent 57-58. DENNIS BEALL, LlNDA BEAM. BARBARA BEAVERS- Student Council l year, Pep Club 3 years, F.B.L.A. 'l year, Y-Teens 'l year. WESLEY BERRY- Sr. Class Play, Mu Alpa Theta. "Dx awaited . . . it is EDWIN ABLE- N.F.L. 3 years, President 58-59, F.T.A. 'l year. PEGGY ANDERSON- Red Cross l year, Flower Club l year, Girls' Chorus 2 years. TONI ANTONE- Pep Club 2 years, Planning Committee 2 years, F.B.L.A. l Year, Vice-President 58-59, Journalism Staff l year. , If .,, 1 2- ,gf fer ,,,..f .. ' ,, , ,Q ,i f' 'fs MARGARET BETHEA- Pep Club 3 years, F.B.L.A. 2 years, Student Council. PAULA BINGHAM- Choir 4 years, Accompanist, Dance Band Accompanist 3 years, Student Council 'I year, Pep Club 2 Years. RONNIE BOWIE- Science Club 2 years, Safety Council 'I year, Red Cross l year, Rocket Club l year. IO7 SENIORS JIMMY BRADBURY- Football 2 years, Basketball 2 years. PEARL BRADSHAW. SUE BRANDENBURG- Pep Club 4 years, Asst. Cheerleader 57-58, Demerit Captain 58-59, Tbespians 2 years, Treasurer 58-59, Planning Committee 4 years, Girls' "O" Club 4 years, Treasurer 57-58-59. fig , .N il . 99-w C I-1' 321 - 1i.i ig ix Q lt' Qi gk W ig? gg. -'Ia-Qi., PRISCILLA CHAPMAN- Band, Maiorette 3 years, Band Queen Attendant 57-58-59, Student Council 3 years, F.B.l..A. 2 years. ROCHELLE CHILDRESS. DUKE CHRISTIAN- "O" Club President 58-59, Football 4 years, Basketball 4 years, Baseball 4 years. lO8 BENNY BROWN- "O" Club 2 years, Safety Council 2 years, Football 3 years, Trauk l year. BOBBYE JEAN BROWN- Spanish Club l year, F.B.L.A. l year. GENE BRYANT. CAROL BULLOCK- Pep Club, Proiection Club. DEWAYNE BURK. BERT BURNSIDE. QUANAH D. BURRELL- F.B.L.A. 2 years, Chaplain 58-59, Girls' Glee Club l year, Mixed Chorus l year. MARY K. BURRS- Red Cross l year, Pep Club l year, F.B.L.A. l year. WAYNE CAPPS- Boys' Pep Club l year, Color Guard 2years Student Council l Vedr, Proiection Club l year. - . 1 sr Q 'm .vw ,WSH- f11g.1-mp, Lfitfkiwifx - ' 55 252 fi, f. fsiieiiiiili' ?2fE?t"' ,zsfwf-55' ""'i' 7'l. ' fee H a ll ,, A,.,. . 1 ' , - :E kk..kk., A,,7 , , Y - ..2-M .:,: I I f fmt., S .gs , W milf. 1. , f' IR. .. ' I .,.., . . H411 g ,A 1 'iL, L ,L I ,b', QZQ, ,,L,,Af , , 15f'?1izii5i.5l ' in-,. f1f3i.l1vff-ii 2.-. '- WILLA MAE CORNINLELL- Pep Club 4 years, F..B.L.A.. 2 years, Glee Club 2 years, Proiection Club 2 years. JOHN COTTINGHAM- Choir,2 years, Driving Team 2 years, Senior Play, Safety Council I year. RAYMOND COWAN. RON COWES. JEANNE COX- Student Council 3 years, Pep Club 4 years, Parliamentarian 57-58, Secretary 58-59, Class Planning Committee 4 years, Choir 3 years. PHIL COX. EVELYN KAYE CROSBY- Secretaryof Senior Class, Y-Teens 4 years, President 4 years, Saberettes Pep Club 4 years, Class Planning Committee 3 years. TOMMY DARE. CHARLIE DAVENPORT- Journalism I year, Band I year- Grant, Band 3 years- Ardmore, Proiection 3 years- Ardmore. .. . Z1 - - .V,. ,yy V .exif f. I -1?-' T "" wx, . 1: i iiiig ' ' . .. 5 .!k . w if? 4- r g eff? 9? filled with football SHERRIE COLEMAN. PATSY COPELAND. DEAN COPPAGE- High Y I year, Rifle Club 'I year, Band 2 YCGFS, President S8-59, Sr. Planning Committee. ...K leave -, r - 3- I.: ezrzag 4 533535 ' we Qwest-. f, em. , . 55.5 i . f Q-my G me, mrfzxxf I J 'aff' 0-ne... 4 JIMMY DAVIS- Band 2 years, Journalism I year, Red Cross, High-Y I year. ANNA DELIGIANNI- Choir I year, Girls' Chorus I year. BOOMER DENNIS- Football 4 years, Wrestling I year. IO9 s A if L31 L, ,I ee M. if SENIORS ELOIS DENTON. HARVEY DOWDY. LEANNA DUL- WORTH. ,. -Vi' 1' I . flgjfgfl do My. i,.,W ' 422- Mllhlf sr' SAVILLA GENTRY. SHERRE GEYER- Pep Club 3 years, Student Council 'I year, F.B.L.A. I year, Choir I year. CONNIE PHILLIPS GIBBON. IIO STEVE DUNCAN- Football 4 years, Wrestling 'I year, Base- ball 2 years, Student Council I year, Treasurer 58-59. DORO- THY EADES. ALVIN EASTERLING. CHARLOTTE ENOX. KENT ESCHLER- Editor of Yearbook 58-59, Sports Editor of Yearbook 56-57, Business Manager of Yearbook 57-58, Yearbook King Candidate 58-59. JANICE FIELDS- Pep Club, Skating Club. HUGH FINKLEA- Student Council 3 years, President 58-59, Asst. Yearbook Editor 58-59, Jr. Marshall 57-58, Jr. Rotarian 57-58. BOBBY FOSTER. FRANCES FOSTER- Pep Club 4 years. in N MARY MITCHELL GREENHAW- Editor "Grant Dispatch" I year, State O.I.P.A. Vice-President 58-59, Pep Club 3 years, Planning Committee 4 years, Student Council Report- er 58-59. LARRY GREENWELL. DARLENE GRIGSBY- Girls' "O" Club 4 years, President 57-58-59, Jr. Class Chaplin Pep Club 4 years, Pledge Mistress 57-58, President 58-59 Class Planning Committee 4 years. . 1 PAUL GROUNDS- Band, Red Cross, Journalism. MELVIN HACKETT- Football 3 years, Baseball 3 years, Basketball I year. CYNITHIA HAHN- Thespian, Secretary 58-59, Rifle Club President 58-59, Pep Club 3 years. TOMMY HAMILTON. DARLYNE HARPER- Student Council 2 years, Basketball Queen Attenclent 56-57, Class Planning Committee 4 years, Sophomore Class Reporter, Junior Class Historian, Pep Club 4 years. KENDALL HARTMAN- Basket- ball I year, Track 2 years, Baseball l year. basketball . . . tests . . .plays ROBERT GIBBON. SONDA GOUND- Orchestra 4 years Concert Mistress I year, F.T.A.. 3 years, Jr. Red Cross 4 years, Pep Club I year. PEBBLE GREEN- Girls' "O" Club 2 years, Planning Committee I year, Y-Teens 2 years. , fm, ? K i"y.,f'V" Q, JUDY HAUN- F.B.L.A. 2 years, Secretary 58-59, Plan- ning Committee 3 years, Y-Teens Vice-President 57-58, Sophomore Class Historian 56-57. BILL HAYDEN- Foot- ball 3 years, Track 2 years, Rifle Club I year, Basket- ball 'l year. HILDA HEATH- Pep Club 4 years, Asst. Cheerleader 57-58, Student Council 2 years, Journalism News and Activities Editor 58-59, Planning Committee 3 years. lil ii3'Q '--,. I f ' SENIORS LARRY HICKS. MAX HIXSON- Bancl 4 years, Track 'l year, Sr. Play 58'59, Student Council. MARY HOOKER. if 1, 'A1,. L ' -261- EVELYN KEMP- F.B.L.,A. Reporter 58-59, Pep Club 4 years, Y-Teens 2 years, Student Council 'I year. DENNY KENNEDY- Baseball 3 years, MU Alpha Theta 'l year, High-Y l year, Boys' "O" Club. NANCY KILL- MAN. H2 PAT HOOKER- Senior Class President 58-59, F.B.L.A. 2 years, President 58-59, State and School Miss F.B.L.A. 58- 59, Class Planning Committee 4 years, Pep Club 4 years, Officer 2 years. BOB HOOVER- Band 4 years, Science Club 2 years, Vice-President 56-57, Rocket Club 57-58. MARY ANN HORNBECK HAUDMAN- Pep Club 2 years, Student Council l year, F.B.L.A. l year, Tbespians 'I year. MARY HUFFINES. SAMMY HUMPHREYS- President of Safety Council, Reporter for Senior Class, Planning Committee 58- 59, Safety Council 3 years. LEE JACOBS- At Grant Basket- ball 'I year, At Midwest City Basketball 2 years, Student Council. GARY JAMES- Football 4 years, Track l year, Red Cross 'I year, Tbespians 2 years. PAULA JONES. LEONARD KELL- NER. 'WN KELLY LATHROP. JON KENT LAW- Band 3 years. MYRNA LAY- Choir 2 years. LARRY LEE- Thespians 2 years, Sfage Crew 2 years, Jr. Sr. Play 57-58, Sr. Play 58-59. SANDY LEE- Pep Club 3 years, Assf. Cheerleader 57-58, Cheerleader 58-59, Sfudenf Council 3 years, Secretary 58-59, Y-Teens Secrefary-Treasur- er 58-59, F.B.L.A. 2 years. PATTY LONG. BEVERLY LOONEY- Senior Class Vice-President, Pep Club 4 years, Choir l year, Thespians 4 years. JERRY LUMAN. JERRY LUNN. assemblies . . . elections DEANNA KILPATRICK- Pep Club 2 years. DEWAYNE KILPATRICK. CAROLYN LACY- F.B.L.A. 2 years, Safety Council 'I year, Student Council l year. :ET .. . 'SS EW, -,-if: -' , iig e iff JO ANN MACKEY- Pep Club 4 years, Planning C001- mittee 'l year, Choir 4 years, Treasurer 58-59, Mixed Quarfef 58-59. DOYLE MADDEN. GERRY MAHONEY- High-Y, Track, Wresfling. ll3 'IE VP' ka Q GLENDA MARSHALL. BETTY MARTIN. DARLENE MEDE- LY- Sfudent Council 'I year, Red Cross 2 years, F.B.I...A. I year, F.T.A. I year. LINDA MELTON. DEANNA MIDDLETON. CHARLES MITCH- ELL. DAVID MIZIRL. BILLY MOORE- GOIf 2 years, WresI'Iing I year, Boys' "O" Club I year, JACKIE MOORE. JOHN NELSON. ROSE NICHOLS- Spanish Club 3 years, Pep Club 2 years, Science Club 2 years, Secretary 57-58-59, Red Cross 3 years. BETTY OWENS- Pep Club 4 years, Cheerleader 2years, F.B.L.A. 2 years, Senior Class Planning Committee, Student Council 2 years. CHARLES PECK- Basketball 2 years, Baseball 3 years, Boys' "O" Club 2 years. CLAUDE PEELER- Thespians I year, Chess Club 2 years, Boys' Pep Club I year, Received Alexander Letzeiser Award 'l956. RONNIE PERCIFIELD- Basketball 2 years, Baseball 2 years, Football 'I year. NANCY PETERSEN- Jr. Class Treasurer, Sr. Class Chaplain, Planning Committee 3 years, Pep Club 3 years. BONNIE PHILLIPS. CAROL PHILLIPS. , T in 2 siii ' V rf f I - ff v kgiz - Ii . F eds.. ' fi 'l : K Q v' honors plenty of study and LACRECIA MCKINNEY. TERRY MCKINNEY- Band 3 years. JERRY MCMILLIN- Football 4 years, All-State 58-59, Boys' "O" Club 4 years, Vice-President 58-59, Secretary 57-58, Jr. Class President 57-58, Annual King Attendant 58-59. JOYCE PIGG- F.B..L.A. 2 years. BILL PINE. JERRY POWELL- Football 2 years. ll5 SENIORS REX POLLOCK. MARVIN QUICK. GLORIA RAMIREZ. is A 1315. X., Q 22 fi 1:f"!Qf'w" . , ? ff -,f-59255-" A-' .' fig if ., 1 Q., - . gg' rf ' ,ex Y' QW-TN. 2 ,. . 7 ,J 4... 5555 'L . me IS., f . .J . w A .fW' s-wifi: 1 " - , ... ,.., l ' ,, 2 .. J, T6-. 3 . .X - E , wwf' 7' - if if f, 1 .r '. . f f f ' I , ,s?e i:1iLi8:i. midi IL T., li ,, ii .- . vw... . .sf 'G' 4 . ':,-.sf a 5-My .. 5 ., . mf . ..,.l,.. QM. V, I , a ig. I-ig. we I mit, v ' It E ,..1 ,. ki'e. . My :- fe- -- BARBARA SANDERS- Pep Club 1 year, Safety Council I year, Skating Club Iyear. JOHNNIE SANDERS. MARGARET SAULS- Mu Alpha Theta Vice-President I year, Student Council I year, Humanities Club 2 years, President I year, Pep Club 2 years. II6 NANCY REA- Orchestra 2 years, Secretary-Treasurer 57-58 Student Council 2 years, Mu Alpha Theta I year, Secretary- Treasurer 58-59, Sr. Planning Committee. IZORA REAL Safety Council 2 years, F.B.L.A. 2 years. DALE REYNOLDS. JAMES RICE. PEGGY ROBINSON- Pep Club 2 years, F.B.- L.A. 2 years, Thespians 2 years, Jr. Sr. Planning Committee. LA DONNA ROMO- Pep Club 4 years, Girls' "O" Club 2 years, F.B.L.A. 2 years. RITA ROSS- F.B.L.A. I year, Treasurer 53-59. DAVID ROWE. CARROL SALYER- Senior High Red Cross I year, Student Council I year. VLK: w .ar M, wi A I 7 X L krifmf , wffgrt 5.1 R ' ' Asvm . - . , 1 ' If I ' ' rir' - it-if -- I up - '55 A , ' .iv Yi 1 1.39 f 1- I- 1- I . ,P ig-11,12 1 A- - 'A 'sw I -152:1f.f..:i.: I ifgg ' 'Y-1: ' . i f "-. 5-'L -M gli.. ' "Ps . I We 1 W sn... if ELAINA SHEPPARD. FLOYD SHRADER- Band 2 years, Sr. Play 58-59. NANCY SHIPLEY- F.B.L.A. 2 years, Pep Club 4 years, Historian 57-58, Y-Teens l year, Planning Committee 3 years, Jr. Class Reporter. BOB SIMMONS- Football 2 years, Rifle Club I year, Red Cross l year, Annual King Attendant 58-59. MARIALICE SITTON- Band 3 years, Maiorette 3 years, Band Queen Attendant 2 years, Student Council 2 years, Y-Teens 3 years, Red Cross 'I year. SONYA SLAUGHTER. CHARLES SMITH- High-Y 2 years, Safety Council 'I year, Swimming Team, Tliespians I year. CLETA SMITH. JERRY SMOOT- Band 4 years, Drum Maior 2 years, Thespians I year, President 58-59, Jr. Sr. Play, Sr. Play, Thespians Play 57- 53. .. , T, then the prom, baccalaureate PAUL SCHOLLE. BRYAN SHAHA. GERALD SHANKS. 'ff w . we 1: we-W 1 ws. Nw-Mf' ,vw sw? 7' -Y E. QT We YQ ,... vw JO ANN SPILLERS. BOBBY STONE. JERRY STOVER- Band 4 years, High-Y I year, Dance Band 'I year, Chess Club I year. wa. ll7 in as si SENIORS THOMAS STRAKA- Sr. Play 2 years, Chess Club 3 years, Science Club A years, Rocket Club 2 years. JOHN SUGGS- Foofball 3 years, Boys' "O" Club 3 years, Journalism 'l year. RAYGIE TAGGART- Foot- ball 2 years. Track 2 years. QA . ., 'Q' HQ: SHARON WATSON- Pep Club l year. LINDLEY WEBB- Dramafics, Speech, Sfudenf Council, Chorus. SHARON WEBER- Pep Club 4 years, F.B.L.A. l year, Journal- ism 2 years, Choir 'I year. H8 CAROLYN TRIPP- Pep Club 4 years, F.B.L.A. 2 years. CAROL TURNER. LEQUITA TURNER., CAROL TYRRELL. ARLENE VICKERS- Pep Club, Spanish Club, Junior Planning Committee, Skating Club. VIVIAN VICKERS- N.F.L. CHARLES VOERSTER. BERTIE WALKER- F.B.L.A. 2 years, DALE WARD. -YQ .1 JUANITA WILLIAMS- F.B.L.A. 2 years. MYRNA WINTER. LE ROY WOODALL. CYNTHIA WOOLBERT- Girls' "O" Club I year, Pep Club 4 years, F.B.L.A. I year. PAT WRIGHT- Red Cross 2 years, Pep Club I year, Journalism I year. PATTI WYNN- Football Queen 57-53, Sr. Class Treasurer, Basketball Queen Affend- an? 55-56, Pep Club 4 years, Clleerleader 3 years, Head Cheerleader 58-59. SANDY YATES- Girls' "O" Club 4 years, Secretary 2 years, Sr. Class Parlimentarian, Pep Club 4 years, Cheerleader 57- 58, Class Planning Committee 4 years. DON YOUNG. JERRY YOUNG. and commencement. DARRELL WHITE- Foofball 3 years, Baskeiboll 3 years, Jr.Sr. Planning Committee. MARY ANN WILKER- SON- Pep Club 3 years, -Student Council I year, Y- Teens 3 years, Historian 57-58, Planning Committee 3 years, Sr. Class Hisforian 58-59. JAMES WILLIAMS- Band 2 years. II9 T T if sri 1 .1 'iii EF i f. V Wifi liz? T it OFFICERS: Row l- Secretary, Jeanette Dickenson, Reporter, Sondra Hackett, President, Chuck Stubbs, Parliamentarian, Floyd Daven port. Row 2- Chaplin, Wanda Powell, Vice-President, Tommy Farris, Treasurer, Joe Gibbon. Juniors have'n't much time to waste! The above picture illustrates the big moment of selecting a class ring. Different companies came to show samples of their work and then one company was selected. Designs were given to the planning committee and from them a ring was designed. The class had a choice of black, red, or blue stones. After the clown payments were made came the long wait until delivery day, April 1. The juniors begun fund raising campaigns early in the summer and continued them throughout the school year. The jack-O-Lantern jump, October 31. O The junior Play, "Fathers Been To Mars", February 26-27, and The General's Ball April 24, along with back breaking work days and tiresome paper drives is the list of many projects this year. The climax of the year was the beautiful Junior-Senior Prom which was evidence of much hard work. Next year will be a year of many decisions but under the able leadership of Nirs. Humphry, Mr. Kegans, and Mr. Risen they will try to overcome all problems. This class has shown that you can ac- complish anything by working hard at it. JUNIORS Abboff, Carol Anderson, Tommy Anfone, Geraldine Ard, Wesley Babbit, C.J. Baker, Marilyn Baker, Pat Baker, Ronnie Balser, Janice Barnes, Barbara Barnfhouse, Jere Bassham, Kay Baum, Linda Beaver, Lester Bell, Nancy Bench, Barbara Bendorf, Sylvia Benneff, Herman Binwanger, Judy Blanceff, Carole Blundell, Judy Bobo, Janice Bond, Neil Bowman, Carol . -Q- A . 5 f e? 'Z f gi J' ,am was ,,,, J. www 'C K sie. QQ! ui! 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M-.5 ,gm Atv' A49 Sakin, Janice Sullivan, Judy Tarlton, Tommy Thagard, Charlotte Thomas, Carolyn Thomas, George Thompson, Bobby Thompson, Jimmy Thrower, Wayne Tillerson, George Towler, Dee Towler, Lee Trotter, Sandy Turner, Kay Vaughn, Christine Vowell, C.W. Wodlock, Gary Walker, Carolyn Ward, Bobbie Ward, Mike Weaver, Buck Welch, Kathy Welchel, Margret Whitlock, Mary .IUNIORS Williams, Mary Williams, Sue Wilson, Dennis Wilson, George Wilson, Jerry Wilson, Larry win, Kay Woolery, Diana Woodring, Bobby Wynne, Larry Woodside, Scott Yerby, Johnny Bearden, Sue Brown, Vilicla Chaney, Jimmy Dedmon, Sharon Gibbon, Joe Husk, Judy Jones, Hellen Smarff, Paffi fc mag, 'Q'- , ' ,ima -L M v., in 2 li' " . Eli, Au, V. , f1i1,s'f,r.., 2 . - L ' 1 i i, fggg . ,X . i 41. ,, as Q gr , '75 4- E" I 2: V f , ' d J J 3,2 J J V- if l i ' ,Q ' 2- X, ...umnwno-J lf OFFICERS: Row l-Johnio Hopkins, Treasurer, Linda Pannenter, Chaplain, Darlene Little, Vice-President, Bill Mercer, President. Row 2-Juli Elmore, Purliumenturion, David Mclnnis, Sgt. at Arms, Jeannie Swindle, Secretory, Mary Ashlock, Reporter. SOPHOMORES The Sophomore class had a very active and busy year. Starting the year off right they elected spon- sors, officers, and the planning committee. They had many activities which included paper drives, dance s, bake sales, and many other activities, too numerous to name. This is the year they must 132 busy themselves to raise money for the junior-Senior Prom which will be here before they know it. With sponsors, Miss Stathos, Mrs. McCray, Mrs. Holland, and Mr. York to lead them the time will come very soon when they can be proud of what they have done. 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' ' . 5 -h EJAMQM- fiiffifi 1 G3 138 McGalliard, Jo Anne McGuire, John Mclnnis, David Mclnnis, James McKenny, Ronnie McMahon, Richard McLaughlin, Kathryn McWhirter, Margaret Nelson, Carolyn Nelson, Paul Nelson, Richard Nethercutt, Lannie Neugebauer, Tommy Norton, Carolyn Oglesbee, Wanda O'shea, Mike Ouigal, Ronald Oulds, Gerald Owen, Bennie Parker, David Parker, Jimmy Parmetcr, Linda Parson, Earlene Payne, Beatrice Payton, Vicki Peacock, Aquanetta Penclergrglt, Bobby Phelps, Bobby Phylips, Carol Phyllips, Sherry Pinkston, Linda Plumlee, Vivian Pascher, Eugene Poetette, Betty Poole, Mickey Post, Larry Prather, James Price, David Pruitt, Phil Puratt, Jimmy SOPHOMORES Quick, June Rappe, David Ratchel, Louise Reece, Sue Reece, Charles Reyonal s, Janie Rice, Kay Richardson, Mike Ro ers, Darlene Roggers, Glenda Rose, Bendio Rose, Ronald Ross, Elvon Ruise, Bonita Rowlett, Mike Royal, Mary Souls, Kathryn Saylor, Thirl Scarborough, Susan Schwerzel, Bob Schrouder, Bill Scott, Charles Scott, Cindy Scott, Kemi Self, Raymond V Sells, Priscilla Seymour, Ann Shaddy, Jane Shaffer, Jon Shannon, Dennis Shotswell, Johnny Shaw, LaNelle Sheppard, Carolyn Shiplet, Linda Shipley, Janice Simson, Sharon Smith, Maurice Smith, Sidney Fuller, Sondra Snider, Betty 9 4 Q, Q 2 an ix pw a 2 we 1.5 8 ag S .51 . , .L An. l . .: . l A ,-.. lj s A? , , if .3 Q 7' if Eg V KN 2512 4 Q H , ff, J ' il Ji , f - l ' . eens, f f ' 1 . 13 K R ,. X 'Cv W9 1 ,el l Q V.: 3 A hm I 1 Jag. ii' f ii S W V i, ,,i ' L g or 'E 1" fs. ax J 1 , C S J -eqd C J A: ff,-. R-f S F : IQ. ' S I ' 'f i 5 Wg J . X D Q ,A n gu . iii ig., 1, mx is- A I 5 A " Q K xx -' l -15? 41 - Ai 'W' Q w, Q :A D K 6 b e ,f , ,- . g -ew C ig , K M if L v ig L2-5 ., -fin , p W5 W 1112 , J 5 Q mx K of I I sisili-'JE . -4? i nv, Squires, Linda Stalfa, Jimmy Sianford, Stanly Stanton, Leia Stewart, Ronnie Straka, Linda Streefer, Connie Sullins, Loydene Swindle, Jeannie Swafferd, David Swatek, Carolyn Talkington, Carol Tompkins, Pairicia Tyrell, lomegene Tedder, Ronald Terry, Mary Thompson, Donna Towler, Herald Trammel, Jerri Tullir, John Trent, Billy Troxell, Sammy Trumbly, Larry Turner, Alvin Turner, Mike Tyler, Joe Tyner, C. L. Ulman, Bonnie Umholtz, Jimmy Va ss, Mary Ann Wade, Jan Wlwalin, Linda Wall, Carol Ward, Allen Warner, Cecil Webb, Bobby Webb, Mike Welch, Roger Whifford, Sue Wilkerson, Judy SOPHOMORES Williams, Jimmy Williams, Neta Winstead, David Woodie, Larry Winston, Gail Wood, Sondra Wright, Charles Wrighi, Eddie Wylie, Pam York, Jimmy Cameron, Don Collier, Kay Davis, Eloise Haun, Charlie Helen, Johnson McCoy, Billy McGuffee, Zelda Mason, Ro sella Mathi s, Glenda Monroe, Judy Owens, Ruth Ann Pewitt, Melvin Post, Larry Price, Jimmy Toby, Barbara Welch, ldo Mae Worsham, Danny "5" as 5, G ff m W :ii iw, 5 ' rf W g li is if C Vi V LN . 7 I J A . sii ' ' f ef ' -rv we Q ., . F? ww-T if 'S ,, G ! . K 3 I 3 - fr I W? 5 .. I g Left to righfp Diana Lee, Raymond Sfewcrf, and Charles Peffiiohn. FRESHMEN Another year and another step toward their goal toward becoming upperclassmen has come for U.S. Grant Freshmen. They are working steadily upward with activities, studies, and sports. In its three years at Grant the class has grown to over 360 students. As the class has grown it has also changed. They are no longer the wide-eyed seventh graders that entered Grant in the fall of 1956 but, hard working, determined students with a definite goal in mind. 42 The class has taken part in many junior High activities. Among these are junior High Student Council, F.B.L.A., and F.T.A. Also heading the list is band and choir. Providing the pep and spirit at football and basketball games are the Buglettes and Cadettes Pep Clubs. Today they are laying the foundation for full- fledged High School life. Tomorrow they will reach their goal and the opportunities that lie beyond. I FRESHMEN Acree, Jimmy Alden, Judy Aldrige, Billie Allen, Nona Allison, Azile Allspaw, Cynthia Anderson, Linda Anderson, Phyllis Babbit, Fred Baker, Bruce Baker, Darrel Baker, Gerald Ballard, Mary Barnfhouse, Judy Barnes, Linda Bauman, Mike Beniock, Carol Benson, Larry BI ackmon, Don Bolin, Judy Booth, Betty Bowman, Jean Bradley, Kay Bradshaw, Sue Brahaer, Ralph Briscoe, Tommy Brocaw, Mickey Brotherfon, Donna Brown, Jackie Brown, Linda Browning, Shirley Bruha, Richard Brunk, Wendal Brunson, Charles Bryan, Charlese Bryant, Dean Buckley, Allen Buckner, Wa ne Bunch, Carollyn Burrs, Jeannie Burwell, Leon Carlisle, Kenneth Carroll, Bob Cafes, Loreifa Caveft, Wade Chaney, John Cl aborn, Nancy Clapp, Barbara Clark, Janet Clingan, Loretta Collier, Gary Coates, Donald Coffey, Karen Colbey, Janna J: ,, , an ,gli , ,, J ' U flair sf A-I 3 3 V l P I j ,. yi -,,. 4 xx f J I 'fi ' W :.r ,, Q :'? 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Duncan, Roger Dunlap, Roger Dunn, Danny Durban, Kelly Eades, Tommy Pascher, Ruby " Easferlin David Ecton, Bigliy Elrod, Benny Estes, Kenneth Evans, Linda Farrell, Kay Farris, Donna Felland, Dale Ferree, James Fisher, Sharon Fox, Arniren Franks, Ruth Freed, James Gafford, Phylis Gailey, Gerald Galindo, Carmen Garland, Jack Garlick, Hal Garrett, David Garza, Cecilia Geer, Linda Gentry, Carl Gibbon, Jeaneffe Gibson, Jonnie Gibson, Leslie Glover, Johnny Greubaugh, Tim FRESHMEN Golding, Cherry Gravitt, Marilyn Greathouse, Billie Griffin, Charles Guyton, Shirley Haffner, Kenneth Hahn, Connie Hall, Connie Hall, Jon Hammond, Linda Harlan, Royce Harrison, Joe Harvey, James Hart, Reba Haynes, Deward Hay, Barbara Hayes, Lorna Hendren, Scott Hendrick, Carolyn Henline, Jimmy Hernandez, John Hi ginbottom, Barbara Hi?I, Ann Hilley, Cecilia Hoffman, Pennie Holden, Carol Holder, Glenda Holkum, Pam Holland, Chris Holmes, Billy Horton, Jerry Hoover, Don Howeth, Marie Huckaby, Jerry Humes, Buddy Humphrey, Louise Humphrey, George Huskinson, Margret Hutchinson, Pat Ingram, Ella Fay Jackson, Larry Jackson, Ronny James, Trudy Jenkins, Gary Jennings, Wayne John, Bobby Johnson, Judith Johnson, Mark Johnson, Pam Johnson, Sandy Jones, Emmett Jones, Kathy Jones, Martha Jones, Sam .1 sC ,K C gl C . 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Jones, Tommy Kay, Judy Kelly, Linda Kendall, Donald Kilpatrick, Karen King, Neatia Kinkaid, Penny Kirk, Barbara Knapp, Bill Kni ht, Pat Kuegl-ine, Karen Lamar, Hedy Langston, Sharron Laslter, Linda Lavarnway, Anne Lawson, Romana Lay, Bob Leake, Roger Lee Diana Little, Carolyn Little, John Little, Mary Little, Roger Logan Wanda I Lon , Joanna Lauderdale, Gordon Lovett, Nalma Lovett, Paula Lush, Wayne Lyon, Bill Mackey, Joy Maldonado, Olivia Malay, Carrol Mansfield, Sharon Martin, Bill Martin, Garry Martin, Jack Martin, Linda May, Dale May, Nelda McBride, Linda McCathren, Joe McClain Etna McDowell, Meredith McGehee, Frank McGhee, Kay Mclnnis, Bobby McMillin, Don Medders, Joe Miller, Janet Miller, Judy Milligan, Bonnie Minnis, Eddie Mitchell, Bill FRESHMEN Mitchell, Gary Mizirl, Larry Moon, Jerry Moore, Mary Ann Moore, Sherry Morgan, Jerry Morrison, Carol Moyer, Ray Murray, Arless Nash, Reford Needham, Patsy Neriez, Jimmy Newton, Deanna Nimmo, Suzanne Nitzel, Bruce Norton, Judy Novak, Carolyn Odvody, Larry Orr, Randall Orr, Rita Patterson, Ralph Peeler, George Penry, Kathy Petty, Charles Petty Thomas Pitt, kenneth Podder, Maurice Painter, Quanah Pond, Joyce Powell, Kathryn Powell, Phylis Quick, Barbara Reave s, Shirley Jmq:,xm9nL 3 . r -my mme Aw, r I ' -Z' H ' , 'SPH .roli p J. 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Williams, Sharron Willeamson, Rick Wilmoth, Janet Wilson, Don Wilson, Jerri Witt, Cloudena Wood, Leslie Wooldrige, Sandy Worthington, Leonard Wright, Eddie Wright, Marrian Wright, Peggy Anders, Monty Baker, Gary Benson, Ronnie Bethea, Don Boyanton, Bobby Brotherton, Donna Collinsworth, Dorothy Evans, Connie Green, Rex Howard, Billy Hughes, Donna Ingram, Lee Peck, Mike Phares, John , ,Qs , tsol 1 ' .. ,..,.,, s xii? , , t 4 i f , or , -S 'E' , 2' ' 'i5,g,-ii i . i if L. - ii ' .iii 4 I Y - V .ffsiis ' ., . , ' 'V .'j ff" Q 3' " K1 1" 'MQ-:f5,,,.' QS ,Q 'VT .,,,-o ' f 3, K' 'Q "r' J 1- N, f - , , I .V iff, if ,'-, .XO vii - A K i W ai J J ky gig X .f 1 j 2 W tl A , s if - my , 'S'I'L eral? if , fi li J N 1 ,ge H ' 41 o 3 N 7 Ai .f L L 'i fi ' Fwv 2 ti Q W M, fl vii , it -lx' , QQ i W Q i '- 'r "' W' ' ff 'oell . J ttr J L , as 'G ' f W '- 5' K sr' ' E ' if? ' ' 'E "' 1 43 A ' ' A - i k I 5 1 '51 --A - ii iili in V' ,,,, f -", ,, in A -f,-' V. f fi 1'-i i ,V .Q L .4 ,,,,,.. la, .7 jug 'Q 'f1e"fg,S, Y' 5' so W lt 135 W K . sf. W 2 - 5 Q t s t s o so t so . A lall My g - -V -,,:,-,,. Mi l f? ' ' 3 I ' gli J f 13:1 fm? A i l ' 455' 5 ,QQ H I Rhoten, Thomas M Steele, Carol ' H ,,, , V White Howard I , ,fl y V Willidms, Walter . -' fi 149 Left To right- Jo Lyn Brandenburg, ,jpg Cage, Cheryl Wilkerson EIGHTH GRADE Excitement and enthusiam fill the halls as the Eighth graders return to U.S. Grant for their second year in jr. High. There are eighth grade representa- tives in the following clubs: Student Council, Science Club, Coin Club, Chapel, Volley Ball, Basketball, Football, jr. Red Cross, Jr. High-Y, Safety Council, Pep Club, 4-H, and Rifle Club. The Eighth graders 50 have taken an interest in our school and its activities. They are a thriving young class with a lot to look forward to. Out of this class will come our future high school cheerleaders, football players, basketball players, and many other important leaders of4U.S. Grant High School. EIGHTH GRADE Bersch, Carren Blocker, Evelyn Boultinghouse, Judy Bradburry, Judy Brandenburg, Jo Lyn Brodford, Bill Brandon, Brenda Bridges, Janie Bridges, Thomas Briscoe, Linda Brock, Steve Brown, Cofhy Brown, Carolyn Brown, Helen Brown, Norma Bronning, Gean Brotherton, Jim Byan, Sharron Bullock, Kenny Canaday, Linda Cannon, Sharon Cope, Lesfer Canson, Billy Case, Joe Chadwell, Harry Clark, Bruce Clark, Sharon Codner, Billie Coker, Sharon Couch, Nancy Cox, Billie Cox, Linda Crawford, Carol Cunningham, Janice Davis, Malcoln Davis, Margret Davis, Paulerfa Davis, Virginia Dawson, Gary Dicken, Sharon Dobyns, Charoletre Driskell, Cherye 3. 53-nm - . Allison, Janet Anderson, Sherry Anderson, Sidney Ashworfh, Berry Bailey, Pafricia Baker, Danny Baker, Mike Barnes, Linda Barneffe, Thersa Beishey, Saundra Belcher, Gary Black, Phillip -k,V V S 'i'i" K AKV: .f, , IJ' ,yy V i ..,- S J iuirs v dii- i - l S kvyh VS ,S SS SS ' - ',,,,, " J l l S P4 - S42 ' SS., V " Y' . Sw '--',.. SS -ff' B S . V, 'S ' f - SS 4 S fy x 3 I 3 M, S, X' R, S ii C B S J ff, S g SS S 1 S S .,a,., T Q S S ' 1 S Si, J SSS f,1 i gk ,- - 525 7 S V 2' i SS I figf' S S ' 1' SS V S, 'F SS ,JSJSJ Y rf3'Sw.' ,' l 'ff :if 5232 f V A S SV ' V sgyy Vgrg V VVVZSV VV ' ,S ii is li A iiiii J L. 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V-.fffiwf L 1 , -5Lg,.,., SS l54 Overlayg Jonnie Owens, Bob Parker, Caroline Tommy Gerald Voncille Parker, Payne, Payne, Pempin, Robert Penry, Linda Petterson, Cheryl Peterson, Jimmy Phillips, Linda Phipps, Glen Phillips, Tommy Pine, Kaye Poe, Larry Powell, Oliver Price, Janet Prichard, Sandra Pulliam, Wilma Quintero, Tony Ratchel, Freddie Rea, Johnney Reed, Fred Richardson, Dennis Rider, Kenneth Riddle, Eugene Reeves, Janet Roberts, Linda Rosier, Gloria Ross, Ronald Ryals, Marlene Simms, Dale Sam, Roy Sanders, Curtas Sawer, Billy Scabours, Billy Schulteis, Edward Schaffer, John Schulteis, Richardson Shaw, Bob Roberts, Leasa Schwarz, Robert Seikel, James Seikel, Vickie Sheral, Ronald Shipley, Johnny Sherum, Alfred Spears, Sam Smith, Ellen Smith, Joyce Smith, Mary Smith, Pat Smith, Patsy Snow, Alta Spearman, Janice Stacy, Ronald EIGHTH GRADE Tate, Marsha Teague, George Thompson, Frank Thompson, Johnny Thompson, Sharon Thompson, Wendell Todd, Linda Toweler, Lula Trowe, Phil Trotter, John Turner, Larry Tyrell, Cary Tyson, Gene Vance, Lesley Vance, Marianna Venable, Charolette Vi aro, Maria Waiker, Phyllis Walser, Diane Waan, Grady Ward, Jackie Ward, Sue Waston, Edward Waul, Janice Waul, Judith Wax, Barbara Weed, Forest Welch, Donna Yerby, Glendle Wickercl, Mike Wilbanks, Gail Wilkerson, Cherry Willard, Elaine Williams, Mike Willoughby, Ann Wilson, Bobby Witten, Arm Wooclall, Barbara Woodridge, Ronnie Word, Gayla Wyatt, Perry Wyant, Sherry -ef my. Sf ,Z an ' Standefer, Joan Starwalt, Charlotte Stevens, Linda Stephens, Ronald Stine, Joe Stiver, Carolyn Stokes, Juanita Stoball, Tlora Sullins, Gene Sutton, Patsy Tatum, Danny Tarter, Gary '-dv ' ' Nay f 3 .4 'if A aw Q1 x 4 on 5 5 ,. . 58 I i'i . V -. S ' ww 1, ".',,, f, L ltt' - . T l,y, Q Q V- '-:, .,V V, ,' Ln' , f 4 X -fS, f ,7 fy, Lialg, ,,.g , , , ee , g g vq .IT N iv , - :iz V . ' .- 'M Vi 1 V I V , 'fi 4 ,i 'el,,e ele, ttiii on ' loT,g za of ,,',,z qz-1, " '- ,, 5, 4 ,oi M M as l , K V K ifv hf sj .,,., sl . , to f - ,lf . A- ' -M -, ' . .. ' 'Hi ' if 'fi V ,- o f vi "' -si , Q my 5 . X , t , . as 'Gr - , 'll L, We ,,., ff ,, ,T agx E L, x , I ,K Qi f K . 23'- ,, ,. tjf l gg y I L In I ffl 5. U 'fi Tiff" if Q: , tleos T C . , f tg iiii' '4e5ZQti, Swim? ees eels if A' f W xpgsi gf ,TTLL el, ,owe-J-Q, ,ss 5 Q KM wr 1. 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SEVENTH GRADE September second was the long awaited day for U.S. Grant Seventh graders, for it marked the begin- ing of their junior High years. At first the changing of classes, mad scrambles in the halls, and many new faces were very frighten- ing to the new comers. Before long the faces became more and more familiar, the hustle and bustle between classes became part of the daily routine and they were as'much a part of Grant as anyone else. As things became more familiar seventh graders began to take part in junior High activities and organ- izations. The girls pledged for the Buglettes and Cadetes pep clubs, they joined the flower clubs, band and choir. Through these organizations they are preparing for the future when they will reach High school and take places of leadership in our school. We wish them the best of luck through their high school years. 157 J A, .f , J' 5 A i , 4 ' L"A 5 '35 r s 1 L 'f f ' -'ii' ' y .g:., ,IK E g K A, ,:. 65.1, A J 1, , .. 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J...., 1c.... - 112, 34, 91 - 19. 24. 112. 1...y, My...6- 112 1..., L6..y - 36, 112 Lu, s....3y - 39, 50, 59, 62, 112 L6..,, P6..y - H2 L6......y, a.y..1y - 35, 36. 33. 50, 112 1.........., J6..y - HZ L......, J...y - 112 m661..y, J.. 6.... - 27, 50, 112, 7D 063366, n.y16 -112 M61.......y, s...y - 112 M....16y, c...y - 113 M......1..6, Max.. - 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 38 49, 50, 62, 113 169 M6..l..6l1, 36.1.6.6 - 113 1.46.6....11, 016636 -113 - Marvin, B... - 39, 113 M.a.1y, n6.f.... - 39, 113 361166, 3.636 - 39, 113 M66366, H.L.-113 M.41:..6., M...y - 113 M6E1.6y, Gary -113 M61c.....6y, 366.6616 -113 M6x1....6y, T... M6M1ll1.., J.....y 72 y - 19, 14, 113 - 113, 79, 30, 89, u113.J1......, 13.6.6.6 - 113 u11.61..11, c1....1.. -113 J4a.1.1, 136.16 - 114 M6..., Billy -114 u166.., J6.1.1. - 114 N61.6.., J61... - 114, 41 Na61.61., R666 - 40, 114 o......, 3..1y - 39, 59, 62, 114, 72 9.63, c1.6.1.. - 114, 35, B9 P..1.., c1663. - 36, 114, 27 P...af..1a. R....... - 114. 78, 30, 33, 35, B9 a........, N.....y - 53, 62, 114 31.111166 36...... - 39, 62, 114 Phillipx, c...31 - 39 114 Pane. J6 .6 - 39, 114 P16., a1f1-114 96116.16 3... .. 114 P6y..11, J...y - 115 Q...61., 146.616 - 115, 57 1z6......., 016.16 - 39, 115 1zT.,5.46..6y - 22, 37, 44, so, 62, 12.61, 1.6.6 - 39, 115 R6y..613., 1:61. - 115 11166, J6..... -115 R61..a......., Pqgy - 36, 39, 59, 62, 115, 74 3.6.6, K6 1366... - 39, 53, 59, 115, 91, 93 36.3, 31.6 - 39, 115, 74 36.6, 156.13 - 115 s6ly.., c6..6l-115 s....6..., 36.1.6.6 - 115 s...3..., J61....... - 115 56613, 146.6..... - 30, 50, 115, 91, 37, 59 566.616, 11661 - 57, 116 s1...1.6, a.y6.. - 37 116 s1.....1.., 36.613 - 116 sl... 6.6, E16i....- 116, 28 smpfly, .16..6y - 39, se, 62, 116, 92, 93 Shrudcr, Floyd - IB 116 sa..........., 361. - 115, 72 sa..6.., 146161.66 - 39, 40, 116, 75, I8 5166 1...., s6..y6 - 116 s.....E, c1.6.1.. - 40, 42, 116 s.....1.,c1..6 - 57,116 s.....6., J...y .. 19, 24, 36, 116 s..111..., J.. 4... - 116 s.6..., 3651.y - 116, 57 s.6y.., J...y - 10, 116 s..61.6, 11......6. - 49, 117 sm., J61... - 52, 117, 73, 30, 25 16,....., a6,,1.- 117, 73, 30, 83 1.1.6, c6...1y.. - 39, 59, 117 1'........ c6.61- 117 T......., 1.. 61.6- 39, 117 Tyall, c6..f1 -117 v161...., 4.1.6. - 117 v.61...., v1..16.. - 117 v......6., c1.6.1.. - 117 w611..., 3...1. - 39, 117 w6.3, 061.-117 w......., s1....6.. - 117 w.1.1., Lindley - 35, 36, 117 w.1...., s1.6..... - 39, 117 w1.:.., n6...l1 - 62, 113, 70, 30, 35, B9 w111.6..6.., Mary 4... - 50, 59, 62, 113, 71 w11116...., J..6..1.6 - 39, 41, 113 w....6., u1y..... - 118 w6.66l1, 1.. a6y -IIB w..11..6.., cy...r..6 - 39, 113 w..,1.., P6.- 113, 32 wy...., P6... 39, 53, 53, 62, 113, 92, 93, 71 v...6., s....6y - 53, 59, 62, 113, 91, 92, 93, 73 v6....6, 13... - 113 v6....6, J...y - 113, 24 NOT PICTURED williams, Jam.: Juhnnun, Larry JUNIORS A1.1....., c6.61 - 25, 43, 121 A..66..6.., T6......y 6 40, 54, 121 A...6..., s6...161... - 31, 121 6.4, w..1.y - 63, 121, 05 a661.1.., C. J. - 121 a61..., 14...11y.. -121 3..1..., P... - 59, 121 3..1.6., 1z6.....6 -121 361..., J.....66 -121 a6....., 36.1.6.6 - 32, 171 a6....1.6....-, J... 6 121, 90 a....1.6..., K... -121 1.6.36 366.6 - 40, 23, 53, 121 366.361, s... .. 131, 15 3.6y.., L6..... - I21 Ball, N6..6y - 35, 49, 121 3....1., 36.1.6.6 - 121 3...a6.1, sy1.16 - 39, 50, 53, 121 3.....6.., 1-1......... - 121 31....y6..g.., J66y - 121 s16..66.., c6.61. - 121 a1....3611, J..3y -121 3.1.6, J6613. - 121 a...3, Nail-163, 121 a.....6.., c6.61- 121 36 .....6.., c1.6.16. - 122 3666, o.w6y..6 - 122 36......, 1.6.....6 - 122, 169 3.13666 T...1...6 - 122 3.66a..6..., D. c, - 13, 122 3.6.6, P.66y - 122 3.6.6, T63 - 57, 122 3.6.6, van... - 131, 91 a.y6..., 9461... - 51, 122 13.661, V61 - 43, 122 3..61....., 3.666 - 13, 27, 122 a.....1., 146.616 - 122, 85 36.3..., 1'...1. - 122 c.. 1., 96.11 - 122 c6f3y.611, s....6y - 25, 4150, 122. 74 c6p6., c6.6l - 23, 122 c6........., 1......... - 23, 33, 122 c1......y, J.......y - 37, 131 c1.6p...6.., J1......y - 13, 123,35 c1.66..666, 3.y6.. . 113 c16.x., 3.666 - 122 c66..., c...61 - 32, 53, 122 c66...., 0.116 - 25, 53, 122 INDEX ug, c6..1y.. - 53, 59, 63, 122. c61....6.., 361. - 122 Couk. Barry - 122 c6....11.13, J..6y - 39, 122 c...6 x6.1.y - 122 c6..f1. s1.1.1.y - 40, 123 c.6..., J.......y - 53, 123 c........1..,., J6.1. - 113 n6....,.6.., F16y3 - 13, 63, 120, 123, 91 Dnvll, Barham - 123 Dua., 3.y..ly - 53, 63, 123, 27 D6.a., 51... - 19, 57, 123 Dldmun, Sharon - 131 Dollar, A.... - 123 40 o..116., F..36 - 46, 123 D1.1........, J.6...n. - 33, 34, 53, 63, 120, 123, 71, 159 D6..61..y, w-.66 - 39, 53, 123 ea.6.3., x6y - 19, 49, ss, 53, 123, 91 E6.....1., J...y - 54, 123 5.3.6.6 R6...... - 123 ep6...6.., 41.6. - 123, 57 s,.,......., L6..y - 123 e.61.1.., J...y - 123 F6...., 16......y - 51, 63, 120, 123, 73, 31, 34, 90 F...,..13, 3.6.3.6 - 123 F...3... c6y1. - 123 F......, J1......y - 63, 123, B1 F1,....., J..4y - 44, 53, 123 Fa.1..., J...y - 124, 85 F6., N6..6y - 58, 53, 124, 40 F...1.6..., E...1. - 52, 54, 124, 79, B1 F.y, J..3y - 40, 53, 124 F.y....,.., J6y6. - 39, 59 124 F..11.., J61... - 19, 24, 124 F...6...6.., L.6.. - 124 061166, J...y - 124 s6..1y, c.....1y.. - 124 e.....y, 1c6.1.y - 124 c...66.., J... - 120, 131, 19, 31, 03, ss, 39. 73, 33, 63 3.3.6.6 0.61. - 124 G...3y, sz66...y - 124, 15, 33 o.....1......., J6.1.1. - 43, 53, 124 rs....., x6.1.y - 45, 53, 124 H661...., 56.6.3.6 - 53, 59, 63, 120, 92, 93 1-16 66.3, Jay - 53, 124, 75 1-16f.., sw... - 57, 124 1-1611, 14.6. .. 35, 54, 124 .16...,....., u1161..y - IZA H...6..1., Dala - 24, 124 H6y...., o.L61. - IZ4 1-1..y...., 31.6.66 - 121 H..n...6.., Paul - 126 H613..., 1c6y - 39, 42, 53, 114, 93 H611...6 , 121.11-13, 54,125 11.11..6.f1, R6..ay - 43, 125 Holt, R6......6..3 - 53, 125 H.61.,c16..66. - 43, 125 .16...1..61., 116.16 - 115 111666, 1.6666 - T25 1-1......y, 06.1.66 - 12s 11...1.6.., n.6...... - 59, 125 146.666, 16116 - 50, 55, 53, 63, 125, 73 H......., 11... .. 53, 125 1-1...1.,J..3y -131 1..g.6..., R161...y - 40, 115 1.1.111, 1163... -125, A0 J6..6.6y, J661.. - 125 J...1.1..., P661....- 19, 125, 70 J61......., J........ - 125, 05 J61.g.6.., J...Jy - 53, 125, 75, 33, A J.1........, 56.6.6.6 6 53, 125 J61........, s6.6..... - 49, 125, 28 J..1......., 146.166 - 125 J611y, 1..... - 125 J6...., 116661. - 125, 91, 32 J6...., H.1... - 43, 131 J6..16., 916.6166 - 125 1461.61.16 1c6y - 40, 50, 53, 125 11666, 1c...... - 125 x..61....a6-, J.6.. - 126 10.669, J...y - 7B 31, 90 K..ag1.., 1416.616 - 126 L611.., R6y - 126 1......1.. E.....- 126 1.....,......, 1.1.66 - 126 1.6., E. n. - 32. 126, 75 1........., 3.66 - 53, 126 L1..3.., c-...y - 27, 126, 70, 27 L1..3..y, F16 .4 - 126 1.666.., o6....f1 - 126 L....6...., s1.6..... - 59, 126, 92, 93 Ly..61., Ja......y - 115 Ly..., Ja.. - 52, 63, 126, 79, 01, 33, 90. 37 M6c6.1..y.., v1.g....6 - 53, 126 M6c11...., J....1.. - 126 u16c1......, a61.6y - 126 McKe3, 31.1.6.3 - 126 u1.1.6..., N..3.6 - 43, 126, 43 .4.M6......, Judy - 19, 126, 75 M614....y, J1......y - 36, 126 u1..61..y, N6....6 - 54, 58, 63, 32, 34, 126 M616666., c1...... - 126 M6..1.., F.6..66. - 39, 126 u1....13..., J..1.....y - 126 M6.1.11.., J1......y - 127 146.666 D......y - 54, 127 M1116., 3.66. - 47, I27 Ma361..6.., 3616.3 - 127 Ms116., n.....1. - 54, 127 M1..6., P... - 127 1.1s.61..11, J...y - 127 M6...,6...6.y. c-66.6. - 127 1466.., J..6y - 43, 44, 53, 53, 127, 92, 93 146.666, D666 - 127, E4 146..1.6.., J661.1. -127 u16..66, 136.13 - X27 M...1..y, T6......y - I27 146116., c6.61y - 127 M...., 31.1.6.3 - 127 14.1.6.6 136..y - 43, I17 N..1...6...., 3..6... - 127 .46......, J.. 6... - 127 N....., c1..ay - 127 N6....., P... - 127 o.1.6...., 3.6.6. - 127 o's1..6, T....y - 127,57 o..6..., 066 - 127 40 06.166, 1361. - 127,, E4 136.960, 1.6.66 - 126 P66., J-66. - 123 P6.......J1... - 123 P6..a., w6..... - 123 Pwm, J..6..s.6 - 123 P6...ll, 946.36 - 39, 53, 53, 63, 120 123, 92, 72 Pa..1.I6.a, x.......1. - 123 Peak, Jumps - 128 P....y, P61.1616 - 128 Pau, 14...y Alien - so, 69, 63, P....6.., 5661. - 53, 12a 36 61, R...1. 4.6. - IZB Rafal., J6... - 123 36663, P1.y11.. - 39, 45, 123 3636.-..6.., 3....1y - 123, 74 a61.1...6.., c6...1. - 56, 123 36646, J6...6. - 123 1z616..4, cl.. - 123 R6a.., a6..1.6 - 91 R6.1.1..,, c1....1.. - 123, 79, B3 s661..n, L6...6 F6y. Sain. Januth Snkin, Jenin - 130 s6......, J1... - 51 s6.1f..., u6....1.y - 123 s..11.... J..y6. - 40, 40 Sem, R.....i- s.6y, s6....1 Saber., Rua! s.1ya66., s66..6.6 - 33, 34, 39, 53, 129, 73, 169, 27 s.y...6..., T........y - 129, 57 s1....., J61... - 129 s1..666.6, F.6..61. - 33, 34, 50, 53, 63, 129, 169 51...1......., 1c.11y - 129 s1.1.166, D66 - 13, 24, 129, 91 s1..667.., s1.:.?.y - 13, 39, 49, 53, I2 51.166, s...... .. 129 Slave., A15... - 54, 129 s...6.., 3161.1 - 131 5...1.1.., 36.1.6.6 - 43, 119 s...1.1.,3a1ly - 49, 129 s...a.1., c6...1 .. - 129 s...6....6.., ET6166 - 53, 63, 129 s.111..., a...y - 129 s.6...6.., c6.1.... - 43, 119 s.6.1.6..., s... - 59, 129 s..y...., G611- 129 s..,.1......, 1316... .. 129 s1.a......, c1...y1 - 129 s..y...., J6y - 27, 129, 36, 91, 75 s...1.1.., c1....1. - 19. 33, 63, 170, 129 s6111y6.., J63y - 130 s..........., J..3y 6 53, 119 5.6.1, J66 - 129 s....6.., J.6....1. 16.1.6.6 1'6......y - 13, 130 T1.6,6.3, c1.6.16... - 130 'r1.6......, c....1y.. - 130 'r1.6...6., 0.6. . - 130 T1.........6.., 36T.1.y - 130 T1.6...,.6.., J.......y - 43, 130 11........, w6y... - 130 1.11...6.., 06... 6 - 130, 73, 33, 90 'r...1.., D.. - Y30 'r6.1.., L.. - 130 1...n.., s6..3y - 39, 53, 63, 130 'r......., 1c6y - so, 130 v6..61..., c1..1..:..6 - 130 v1316.1., Gary - 13, 47. 130, 47 v....11, c. w, - 52, 130, 79, 81 w..11..., c6.61y.. - 49, 130, 27 w6.a, 3661... - 130 w...6, mas.. - 45, 13D w.6y.., 13.61. - 130 Walsh, Kathy - 38, 49, 50, 51, 58, H0 w.161..1, M6.,6... - 130 w1...16.k, 1416.y - 130 w.1116...., 146.y - 53, 131 w111.6...., 5... - 53, 131, 37 w11116...., 36.1.6 - 169, 33 w11.6.., 3.6.1. -131 w11.6.., G...,. - 131, 78, 31, 34, 90, 37 w11...., J...y - 131 wa1...., 1.6..y - 52, 54, 131, 79, 32, B5 wa.. K6y - 131 w..61..y. D16... - 50, 131 w..6......6 a..1.1.y - 45, 131, 169 w..y....., L....y - 131 w6.3.1a., sm.. - 131, 19, 32, 90 1r...1.y, J.1.....1. - 131 SOPHOMORES 661.6..6....., P... - 133 41.1.6.0 Bill- 133, 43 A61.6....., 14.10. - 40, 133 Aka... Clannin -133 61.4.1Jg6, u16.y - 133 411..., s1.6....61. - 133 4.1.1663 M6.y - 50, 133, 2B A...6..g1., E......y - 133 6.1....6.., 361. - 133 3..1..., c6...1y.. - 133 a..1..., 1...66.... - 133, 93, 28 a61..., M6..1. - 133 Barber, c.....1y.. - 133, 45 a..........., P... - 54, 53, 133, 93, 10 366.16 x...1....... - 133, ZH a.631....y, o.... - 23, 22, 43, I33 3.16g.., 126.613 - 133 3.1...y, s... - 133 3.6...J......6, 0.61. - 21, 133 3.6.3, c.6.16.3 - 133 3.6.3, 4.6.6 - 133, 43 3.6.6, BiHiu,- 25, 23, 133 am... En... - 133 3.66.6 11.0. - 133, 79, 32, 90 3.6-6, 31.1.6.6 - 133 a.6..., s... - 133, 23, 3B 36.6...6..,M11.. - 23, 133, 90 a...1..y, s6....3... - 133 c6g1.,146.y J.. - 13, 27, 23, 133, 38 c..13w.11, A1..... - 32, 133, 28 c61.y, s..y. - 133 c.......1..11, F.....1. - 133, 40 c...6, c1.6.... - 133 c....1., 1.6..6a... - 133 126616, Ly..36 - 133 c1.....31.., cn... -133 c1.6...y, 61.6. -133 c16.1., 3.11 - 133 c1...1., Jam.. -133 c1..y, 1..6.... - 13, 133 c11..66.., J....... - 22, 49, 59, I34 c1y....., 1-1.....6.. - 134 c..1..., .46..1y.. - 134 c.1..., Di61..y - 134 c611.....,1., Jrrry - 134 C666.. 13... - 134 Camulf, c1.6.1.. - 19, 134 c6..6.., J6....6 - 134 c6.., c..y - 134, 35 C66, x6.... - 134 c...., 31.6.66 - 13, 134, c.6r,, J.6.. - 19, 53, 134 c.6...y, 06.6.6 - 134, 32 c....f..a, Ja... - 134 c.a6.., .4...1..... - 134 c......,, J.. - 134 c6.1.y, J... - 13, 134, 45 D6......, Sherry - 134 D6....6., c6..1 - 134 D6..,1....y, s6......y - 134 o6ya., 16... - 134, 37 o6y.., va.,1..16 -19, 134 D. .6u.....16, J1......y - 134 13.f1, 3.3.6. - 54, 134, 73, 32, 90 06.61316 3.66. - 25, ZE, 42, 59, 134 m.., c6.y - 52, 134, 36, 90 u6..6,1.,J1... - 134 57 D6...y, s1...16 - 154 o6..ay, n6....1. - 131 n6.y..., amy - 134 066666, a....1y - 134, 27 sa66...., 56... - 134 33.6.36 T... - 13, 134, 73, 36, B9 e1...,, c.....1 - 134, IB e1...6.., Jula - 134 s..6......., 31.1.6.3 - 131 s..1.., J6.1. - 134 e..1..,Ys1...16 - 13, 26, 23, 33, 134 zy6..., s......6 - 26, 134 F6....., Bill- 134 F6y.6.n, 5166... - 135, 45, 16 Filllr, Dickic - 28, 38, 59, l3S Fa11...6.., 146.9 - 135 Fw... 0... - 135 F.6..1.1..., J61... - 135 F.1.1..., 1411.6 - 13 135, 38 F..,.., 1c.......1. - 135 1:6 ., J.....11. -135 o..Y...3., n.1..... - 135 s....., F....1y.. - 50, 59, 135, 9l c...,., o1..... - 135, B9 c11..6.., 06.6.11 - 135 o.1......, T........y - 21, 135 c13.6.., .46.y - 135 c11...6.6, s........1- 135 0111, c6.1 - 135 s11,..., Ju... - l35 s11,1.., J61.....y - l35, 35 c....., c1...... - 135 s.......1.., J..3y - 13s s6.., 36.1.6.6 - 135, 28 o.111.... 1c6..... - 135 0.6.6, P... - 33, 50, 135 s..,.1.y, n......... - 135 c......., s...y - 135, 73, 82 s..y, 3...y - 135 1-1611, 1166...-135 1-16....1....., o...1.... - l35 1-16...1l16.., Rick - 57, 135 H6...y, 1z6y.. - 135 1..........., 06.13 - l35, 73, 32, BA H6.,..., 1661... - 25, 33, 53, 13s, 73 11.....11, 016.6 - IBS H6..1..6.6.., n6....6 - l35 H....a., J..6y - 50, l35 1-16....6.., A.w. - 135 H......, c1....l1. - 135, 36, 90 11.61y, J.... - 135 H....1..... M6.y A.... - 13, 135 r1...6.s.., Lyn... - 59, 135, 43 1-1....y, c...61y.. - 135 H...16.., D......6 - 136 u......., c6.61 s... - .136 -1111, 06... -13, 136 H6661., s1....1.6.. - 136 14..11....3, c...1.... - 136 H6116..3, J61... - 136, YD 11..11....6.., a..6.1y- 136 11..11.6..11, 06... .. 136 H.. 1.1..., J..1....... - 54, 132, 136, gs, E9 1-166..., 14...y si.. - 136, 26, 28 1f1...1.1...6.., 31.1.6.3 - 136 .1.......1,J...y - 136 1-1....63, s1....y - 136, 26 1-1....1......1... J6..... - 54. 136 11y.1..., e..Iy.. - 136, 28 1.......1.a,A...1.6.. - 136 1.6, w6y... - 131 J6...., a6..y - 136 J66u....., c...6 - 136, 91, 23, 3B V6..6bI., J.6..m- - 136 J61....6.., c6.61 - 25 34, 136 J61....6.., c1....1.. - '136 J61....6.., E6.1.... - 136, 28 J.1........, R... -136 J.1........, 1266616 - 13, 136 J6...., c6...1y.. - 136 J6...., T...y - 136 J6....., c1..1...... - 136 J6.1166, 1c.....i. - 136 1c..y, 3661- 136 xi.. , 'r.aay- 136 K.1f...., 31.1.6.3 - 136 116.661, 1.1636 - 53, 136 1c.....6....., J61... - 13, 136 x..61....16., 946646 - 136, 43 1c...1., T6... - 136 mad, 121.91116 - 136 1c1.1., E... L... - 136 1.66.y, P-66. - 136 1.6.6, 36.1.6.6 - 23, 38, 136, 28 L6.... F..a - 137 L6.1.6..., s1....y - 25, 137 L..v6....6y J...y - 137 Ln., 36.65. - 137 L.1.... Linda - 137 1.1..3......1, c...61y.. - 23, 137, 28 1......y, T6......y - 137 Lam., 136.1.... - 23, 33, 59, 132, 137, 73 Linle, D... - 79, 90 1.a..1.,u1a1.. -137, 32, 34, 1.6y.1.6...,, 1266... - 20 137 1.6...y, J61... - 19, 137' 1......6.., c1.6.61.... - 137 1.6...6.., 1411. .. 137 MM366, 146.y - 137 M6c1.11...., 146.166 - 137 M6c6.4, M6.y 4... - 137 N16c6y,a111y - 79 137, 31, 32, 90 r46c.6..., P61 - 157 146F..1y, n.....1. -137 M:GolInaid, J.. 4.6. - 133 M6o61.6, J61... -133 M.1....1., D6y13 - IBB 167 H-01...., x.m..11- - 145 Duigal, R..--1.4 - 138 14.1,-1-ax. Juno: - 13s u:xa.....y,n6....1.- 19, 131: 1461461-.11 nac1..fa - ue, 19, sz, 90 u6L...,11h6, c.11..m1. - 138, zs u1cw1.an.f, 14.1.1.1 - na u.aa.,., 01....... - 137 u...:1, Rm.. - 1:7 umn., Tm... - za, as, sa, 1:7 nu, Eaufa - IJ7 una, Ann - za, 33, 39, Az, 59, 1:17 aww, r....my - 19, 54, 132, 1:11, 45 M g-, Pmy- IJ7, uffm, 16:11 - 1:1 u.m.,1aa11- 1:11, 11, 45 naw, cm... - 1a1,n, va Milos, 01...... - 1:11 Millinu, mm. - 1:7 m11.,:.. - 137 nam.. vzwa. - 137 Ma1.11JE 11.11. - 1:17 Minn, Kay - 1:11 anim, Jenin- za, aa, sa, 137 umvgmry, M-yy - 1:7 u..-1,....fy, nn. - 1:7 mm., chnflnn. - 137, 4:1 vpn., Puls... - 137 N.1...., P...1 - 16, ma N.1..., cmry.. - zv, az, 41, 43, 1:15, Z7 Nam., Rael-.va - 23, IJB N.f1...e..n, L.....a. - 1:11, 43 N...,.s....f, YW., - 138 14.n..., cmly.. - ze, 138 o,1.,6.., wma. - ua o 33.6, Mau. - sz, 51, 1111, vs, e1, o..1.4., s urald - 138 o-..., emi. - zo, 135, 43 P-16.1, Dum - 1:1s Parker, ummy - us Pm..1.f, Lana. - so, sv, 1:42, me P.-...., E.-1..1. - na Pm., ummc. - ms, za P.y6..., venus - BS P.-mel., Aq..6...m - 1:11 r-..1.1.,..,11, 56166, - ua Phil ., away - 1:9 Phalnp., c...1 - 32, ua, 25, I3 Phillips, sum, - 25, 138 Finknon, Linda - IJ! P1.....1.., vm-1. - 59, ua Pnerm, sup... - 1311 Pmm., ami. - 138 Pnl., M 1.11.1 - 27, us, 17 Pm, Lurvy - us Pmlm, Jnmus - 138 Pug., D6-,aa - I9, az, 118 nm., uma - 1:9, 91 sfmv., una., - 143 LW., sa Dixon Pmn, Phil - ua P...an, Jimmy - 11s emu, 1..1. - 139 11-m1..1, Lnuile - 139 nm., su. - 1:9 Run, charm .. 139 n.yf..1.1,, J..-1. - 139 nan, K., - 1:v,za suc1..f.4.6.., un.. - 111, 1:9, 45 nz.-mf., owl.-.. - ICS9, 13 R6,,..., 01.-a. - 139 nu., amaa. - 139 nu., Ranulrl - 13?, ss, vu R6-1, Elvon - uv Re-1Ion,Miko - 1:9 s1..y.1, M.-fy - 139 Ruins, Boilim - 49, 59, l39 sul., 14.61-fy.. - 1:9 s.-.,16,., 11.111 - 139 smb......1., sm... - 1:9 sth-.u.1, 13.16 - 111, 139, 24 sd-,..a.f, san - 139 sun, c11.f1.. - 139 sms, Cindy - 139 22 sem, 16.1.1 - za, 59, 139 Self, R.ym.na - 1:9 s.11., ma.ca116 -1:9 s-ymuv, Am- - 139 shuaay, JM- - 27, 58,139 swf.. 1... .. 11, 1311 s.1...1l.f, ml.. - az, so Shannon, Dennis - 139 s1..1,,..11,J.1-Ma. - nv s1...., 1... 11.11. -1:19 - sh.p -'.1, cqmyn - za, 139 smpfly, Lana. - za, 131: sl-a,l.y, J-116. - za, sv, sa, 59, 139, 72 sa......., s1..,.... - 139 smm., u1...nc. - 1:19, 73 smm-, saany - zo, 1:9, '11 smm-, 56641. - m s-neu, amy - 139 s....a..., 1.11.46 - 140 sun., Jam., - un 51-wma, smlq - 140, sz, 45 sv.-46.1, Lm - 140 su.-un, Ru-ny - 140 Snulw. Lana. - no, AJ smmf, own. - 17, 59, ua, 27 sullm 1,674.1-. - 140 swfxnaf., Jmma. - za, aa, sa, 132, N0 s-,.n.fa, uma - sn, no, 79, sl, sa. B6 s..1.1., cmly.. - za, ss, so, sa, H0 Tslkingnm, c.f61 - no Tm-,I-sn., Pmam - 140 'ry..11, 1....,.... - 140 naau, Ronald - ua, 19, vo, nay, um - no Tlwmgw., umm. - 110, 43 T.-.1.f, 11.1.1.4 - no n....m.1, :ma - no mn., J.11.. - 140 n...1,m11, - 140 1161-11, sammy - Ao, ss, no n.....1a1,, LW, - 140 1......f, Am.. - uo, 19, az Tylnr, Jn. - SA 140 Tym, c. L. - hu uhm, su-1.1. -1a, 140 ummm, Jam - 140 vu., Mary Am- - no ua., J... - ze, 140, za ws-6116, Linda - no wall, cm: - uo, 22 wma, An... - 140, 1:4 w......, cm: - 140 13, az, va w.1,s, 116166, - 140 w.1,1,, mu- - 140, an 11.166, 11.9.1 - 1411 wnm6..4, s... - 140 vellum, 11.4, - za, no Vlilliomx, nn. - 141 walls-M Nm - 21, 141 wan.1..J, uma - 141 wa..1..., Gail - 141 wma., 1.-my - 141 wma, sonar- - Ill wvaghv, Charlsx - 141 mavm, Euan- 141 w,1z.,P.... - 141 vm, Jimmy - 141 ca.-..,..., D... - 111 c611a.f, K-y - 141 uma., 51614. -141 H-W, ch-fu. - 141 Joh.-w., 1-1.1-1 - 141 nec., . Billy -141 1460.116-, 0.14. - 141 14.16-. 1261.116 - 141 mmx., 51.14. - sv, 141 Mmm, may - 141 on-, Ruth Am. - 141 Pwm, Mayan - Ill Pm, LW, - 141 Prieu, Jimmy - 141 nay, s.f1,.fq - Ill w.1a.,1a- M., - 141, 28 w.1.1....., nm., - 141 FRESHMAN Au--, Jimmy - 143 Alam, Judy - 143 A1.4,a,., Billin - 14: A11.., Nm.. - ao, 14: Alla-611, nil. - zo, za, Aa, 60, ua, zu A11.,..., cyma. - za, 42, 14: 40 A.1a.f..f., Lana. .. 411, Aa, 51, Ao, 14: A..am..., Phyllix - sa, 40, Aa, 51, 2Z,143, 40 Bunn, Fna - As, 14: sam, nm. - ss, 14:1 1a..11.., 11.1.61 - 14: Bak-r, c.1..14 - ua 1a.11.,.4, M., - 143 13...-111.-,.,.., Juay - 61, 14:, 56 am., Lana. - 4e, 14: s........, um.. - Ao, 143 s.v.1.:1., Cum! - 14:1 57.66, Lmy - 1v, 49, 51, 20, 43 s1..1w-. nn - 15, 14: a.11.., 16.4, - IAS, 93 Booth, amy - za, 14:1 s.vm..1., Jw- - 46, 14: 1a'.a1.,, K., - za, 14: Bf.a.h.., su. - 14:1 sfmw, R.1,1. - 14: aww., r.......y - 19, 29, 44, s1, emo-.n..., om.. za, so, ua, za af..-.1, 166111. - 24, za, 19, ua am,-. 1.1.-4. - 24, 29, Ls, 14: sm...1..,, sum., - 19, 60, 14: emu., Rsclma - ua emu, 11-16-1 - 57, 143 an-.6-, Charln - 143 sfm, Chnl... - ua sqm, om. - 57, 14: a..f1.1.y, 1111.6 - 14: a..:1....., ww.. - 1s, ua a..f.61-, c...1,n - 14:1 sw., J......1. - 42, 6o, 143 1a...w.11, 1...-16 - 143 Churlinlc, x......11. - 1a, 14: c.m.11, 1161, - zz, 143 cm., 1..,.n., - za, 14:, wo cmn, na. - 14: cv..-my, J.11.. - 14:1 c1.1,.m, NMC, - 61, 14: Clapp, am... - 14: cum, 1.6.1 - 411, 143 INDEX c.1.4a.,,, cum, - 145, ze swan, Marilyn - A5 cf.6111.,...., sam. - 145 emu., cl-611.1 - us, S7 cm.,-, sam., - 145 Hum, com. - 145, 45 1-1611, own. - 15, us Hall, J... - 145 H.........a, 1.1646 - us u.f1.., Rove. - 145 n.m.6.., Joe - 115, aa, 91 1-16mg Jam., - 145, as 1-nm, 66. - us Hmu, 11.1.16 - IAS 1-1.y, sm... - 145, za Haw, um. - 145 Hmam., sm' - I45 1-1.na.1:11, cwly.. - 145 1-1...1a..., Jam - 145 1-aw...-4.1, J.-In - 145 HaT,1n1,6n.m, aufsm. - 145, za Ha 1. Am. -18.145 Helm, cualan - us, za Houm., P.....a. - us 116106, cml - 145 1-161661, 01.666 - 145 Holm., Pm - 145, fn, 40 Hnllmd, cms. - 14s.aa, oo Holman, Bl!l1 - I45 1-comm, Jw, V- I45, 41 mom, um - 1-1, l45, ll 1-1w.11., uma. - 145 1-1661..16y, Jury - us Hu....., 51.66, - us, as H..6.,,1-ny, Luna.. - 145 H-.m,1...y, Gsm. - us H..,11a..m., u1a1,...1 - 145 14..1:1.1...6,., P61 - 14s, ss, 91 1..g..m, Ella F., -145, 40 Jugum, Larry - 145 J.c1....., nw., - zo, 145 66... me us zz Rumuy, wwf - IA7 Reynolds, nw. - 147 R,yn..16., D611 - 147 R1-6461, su. - 147 Ram-16, cmly.. M 147 R,16.m, 566611. - 147, ll R.1,.m, 1.11 - 147 Rama., sniff., - 25, 147, za Rusanw-, J.111. - 147 R661-1, 121611616 - 147, B4 R6 .., P. - 147 RJ., Rom! - 147 Ru., zulu - 147 R.-.,.16w6k, Mywf. - IA7 R6w1.n, Jw, - 147 Rap., 14.1.11 .. I47 s661.mr..1.,..f, su. - zo, 147, 16 s.1y.f, 16.16 - uv Sandals. Nail - 147 Sam, Bill - 14s, Ao, ss 5.1.6111 Jury - ua sum., vmry - 20 ua s.y....,..' Goldie - he s1..f.f, 6.16141-6 - 148 s1.1.,.1.1.., Gala - us soma., Dick - 148 sum, T.......y - us, aa, 114, 90 sam., nm, - 10, ua Slain. Jann - HB Smnrtf. Loi: - HB smnh, Busby - 14a s...m., c1..,,1 - ua smm., Lind., - ua smam, P61 - 14s smash, RDW.. - 1413, ll Smith, 561.41 - ua, AI A5 smm-. s... - 145, 44, Ao s...m,, ww.. - 14s Snidnr Hnnrisrio- HB J . v - . Jmuan., cm - 145, as J..1..1..,. ww. - us, A4 John, s.L16y - us J.1......., 11.41111 - 145 1.61-.-M, 111.111 - 1s, us Jah.-1-66, Pm - ls, 19, 11, 145 Johnson, Sandy - 145 1....., e.......n .. us 16,-.., 14.11-y - us Jm.,M..11.. - 1a, 19, 21, 145 J.,-1.1, sm - us JM.-. Tammy - 146 14 J 4 -146 Km 1.5.6. 146 xmllll, 13.6.14 - 146 xalnmgx., asm.. - 146 King, Num - 146 Klnkuid, Plnny - 116, 40, 160 Kirk. Barbara - N6 xn-pp. aan - 146, 169 x..a,1.1, Pm - 146, za Kmn., L.m.., H x-f... - 146, ZB .4 - 146, zs Langmv., shaun - 146, za Luxifn, Linda - U6 1..v.......y, Am.. - 146 1....m., Ramona - 146 Lay 1361, - 146 Luk., RN.: - 146 1..., os..-6 - 142, IA6, 92, va, 73 Lam., C mn.. - 21, us Lm1.,J61,.. .. 146 Lam., Mm - 146, za Linh, 12.6.1 - 19, 146, 22 Leg..-, wma., - 146 91, 93, 73 Lonm J. A666 - 148, so 1....a.1.4.1., sua... - I46 1.6v.n, mln.. - 11, 146 Lawn, wma- 146 Luo., ww.. - 146 Il - H6 cm-,.1, LW116 - 22, Au, 49, 61, 141 Collin, Cary - 417, U3 C1-min , Donald - zo, ua c.n.y, K.-.1 - 143 c611,.y, J.11.. - 143 cf..-1.-., cw-1. - 144 Camliald, 1..1.. - :19, 144 c.m.1..., umm. - 141 c....s..w, 1... - 11, 144 c.-.11, cam.. - 29, Ao, 144 cu, s...a, - 1s, 29, 144 cm-Ly, 16.4 - 144, az, 90 cw., u.f.,1Ky - zs, 144 c......a..,,1....., 1.6.6. - 144 c......1..,.,1.1m - 144 cum., P61 - NA muy, Ray -111,144 one., oi.-11. - 48, 144 om., F-.a - 25, 46, 57, 144 Dui., M. - za, Aa, 52, 1u, Z8 om., w.1f.:. - 144 o. Amm., Jimmy - 144 Corel A9 144 1 YU ' 1 nous., c1..f1.. - 144 o..11..m., Jimmy - 144 D...c.,., Km- 144 u....c..., 116,-,.f - 144, a:1, B4 n.m1.,, nw., - 144, ss nm, nm, - 49, 144 n..f1,.n, 14.111 - 144 5.4.1, 'romn - 25, 1u, ns, 33 P...c1..1, 1z..1.y - 144 Eumlang, uma - 144 Emu, 11111, .. 144, 91, 57 Elma, B..-ny - 144 sm., x......11. - 21, 144 em., H4 Linda - 19, 23, 26, 45, 60, Farrell, K., - 144 Farris, Donna - U4 F.11.-..4, 0.1. -144 nm., 1..1.. - 144 r1.1..,, sum... - za, 144, 28 F6., A mirlu - HA Ffmn., Run- - 114 Fma, Jams: - N4 a.u6fa, Phyla. - 144 c.a1.,, 6.1614 - 144 c.11f.a6, cam... - 144 emma, J-.11 M 144 661114, Hal - 144, 0: own., 191,611.1 - 144 cm., Cn:iIiu - Nl, 40 4 cmny, cm - 144 cw, Lina. .. 14 V Gibbon, Juana! u - 19 U4 seam, J-Ma. - zs, fu Gibson, Loalin- Ill c1.v.,, J.1.....y - zs, 144, 1617 cf...b.,,1., Tam - 144, 0: M.c1..,, J., - 146, 60 Mqlaomaa, olive. - 146 Malay, canon - 146 u1.....11.1a, svmw.. - 146 mmav., 0111 - 146 mama, 0.1, - 146 Marvin, Jus. - 146 Mme... Lana., - 146 my, 0.1. - 146, as Mqy, Nuldn - 146 14615114-. Lana. - 146 Mccdny., 16. - 146 nccluan, Em. - 146 1:1696-...11, M...am. - 146 1465.1-.., F1661 - 146 M561-,., Kgyr. 146 nexium, e.166y - 111, 146 u1:u1111a.1, oo.. - 15, 146 M..4.4..., J.. - 146 Malin, Jun., - IA6, za Manu, Juay - 146 Mallaw., sums. -146 mms., Eaaa. - 146, ss nam-.l1, Bill- 146, 57 Mivchall, cm - 147, 0: maxm, um, - IA7, 57 Mm., 1.11, - 147 Mm., um Am. - zo, 147 nw-, slum, - 147 Mufw., Jw, - 147 u6n1w1, c6161 - 147, 92, va Moya, R-y - 147 u1.m.y, mu, - 147, aa, 55 Nun, 11.1.14 - 19, 147, 21 N..ah6..., Pm, - 117 Num, Jimmy - 147 N.w16.., Dunno - 141. za Nam., sum... - 147 Num, Bm. - 147, 57 Nom... Judy - IA7, 28 Nova, cmly.. - 147 o.41.ay, LW, - 147 off, Randall - zo, 147, as ou, Rn. - 147 Fufvmon, R.1,11 - 147, 35 116-161. George - 147 Fwy, 14.11-V 117 P.mJ.1m, c ml.. - 19, 11, 142, IA Fwy, Thomas - 147, as Pm, x...n111 - 147, sa P64465 M...,:c. - 147 P61..1.f, u..w.61. - 147 Pond, Joys. - 141 P.w.11, 1c.111fy.. - 147 P6..11, Phyua. - 147 Quick, 15.111616 - 117 R61..m.., cmly.. - 1.47 Run., sLa,1.!- 141 Rua, T61-y - 47, Ao, 55 small. Paula - 14a spmgnwfu, Jw, - ua sfepp., 16,164 - 148 s1..1., ow - 14s, 35 swan., ww.. - us Su-ard, s1.s,1.y - us s1...n, on - 21, ue smwn, R. ...na - 142, us snwn, 12.1.11 - ua sewm, nog., - 14B sun., 51.1. - 14a sm., x-M. - zo, ua snug...-, Ja. - zo, us Talmaqs, P61 - ua, 16 nv., 156.646 - 148, zs, 28 'r.y1.f, 51-.mn - ue Tvmpm, 1.6a.m.. - ue, IE T1.....,., sham - ua 1'.11m1, L.. - 148 Tolsm. s1-sn., - ua T,....v..11, nm, - us, 91 Trad, onus. - 148 Traichlu Jenin - ZS, 118, 70, 32 nm, Jul... - ua, ss T..cL.f, Bill- 14s,a3 Tylu, M161-6.1 - 14a um1,u.,.,, amd.. - ua, 18 v...m6,u1a11. - ua, 113, e4, 90 wuaal., uma.. - us VI1.1Idmp,Jim - us w-lim, umm. .. ua, Z9 wma Jmy .. 14s wulgi-, Bm. - ua, sv ww, c.'.1 - 14s, 40 www, Ruben - 149 wv-mluf, Ammo. - 11, 149 Whitt, Howard - 119 Vlhivamau, Sharon - N9 wrmmbl., Jack .. 149 war,..11,1a111-14v Wi dnuon, Ellen -119 william, 14.616, - 21,149 willium, su.-ay J.-149 wn11....,, sum.. - 149, za willsumnn, Rack - lu, 35 warm.:-, Ja.-.6 - wr wnm., Do.. - 20, 149 Wilson, J.111 - 149, 73 win, clauamu - IA9 w-wa, Lula. - no wmlafaq., sm-ay - uv, 411 wonhanqmn, L..-...um - 149 vmqm, Saas. - 149 wfagm, M..f1.,f. - IA9, 2B w.a,1.1, F.,,,y - uv Ana.-., uumy - 149 s.11.., 0.., - 149 an-M, Rmma. .. 149 1a.f1m, Dan - 149 1s.y.mn, sony - 149 1af.,1h..16,., n.m..1 - 149 c611aM-..m, omfrw - uv emi, cms. - 149 01...., R.. - uv 1-166614, Billy - uv Huqhu, uw.. - uv ummm, Le. - 149 Peck. Mau. - 149 Pham, 1.1.6 - zo, 149 m.616f., Tuma. - 1.49 smx., C6161 - uv wan., 116.1614 - uv, 22 willamx, wan., -14? The Bih found on l51, 152, 157. 711. 9.64. pages: 162, l63. Grade Classes are vhese pages. 150, 153, ISA, 155, 156, classes 1.1. found on 1sa, 159, 160, 161, 164, 165, 166, 167. 1 vi "A me THANK You" gig Ass't Editor 16? Editors, Hu h Finklea and Kent Eschler, smile with approval Mrs. Sparks, our advisor, is showing Mr. Huffman the of a iob wefl done by all of the yearbook staff members on detailed dummy we used. Thanks goes to Mr. Huffman the 1959 edition of the General. for his interest in our efforts. Mr. Woody Harris, photog- raphy advisor, looks on with approval. m i ,,,,,,e....,.-..o,w M, ,.,,..-.--v-'-"""" 7 'sw H- ,,,,..,,....-+--- ,Q 2' l uw will iii Mike Manning and Johnny Glover discuss the sales of the These girls were kept very busy writing the copy. books with Mrs. Pat Wilmoth. Mrs. Wilmoth was a great help Standing: Sandra Selvidge, Frances Sheppard. 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