University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma - Argus Yearbook (Chickasha, OK)

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Davis, Dean of Fine Arts . . .Miss lulia Lee Hawkins, Dean of Women, greets college , e f the College . . Mrs Roy Hoffman, Mrs. Leon Phillips and Mrs. M. guests . . . Dr. Howard Taylor, Dean o . . ' N rman Brillhart and daughter Ellen . . . Dr. Forney Hutchinson, , A. Nash . . . Mrs. C. Guy Cuthp . . . Mrs. o Dr. A, L. Cralole, Mrs. C. C. Herndon, and President M. A. Nash. l PGQe 9 7 ff' '-AM -' -:------ur-we -.,.,-, .Y -v ""':':' -""'.'?"' ' ,1-vw-, v- 'L '--' '-"' vest . .- ., 54 q"q":I'l"H"17-Af-1--H . , . r . '71 -1 rw-', -r .---v-:lgr 'ri'-'77-vwf' -Rf-Tgfgl-'I . l Y L- ,Mr ,. I I ' V ' 'F ' ' f. - ' : -Q mm 1 , , ,,,f' I ,li fx .f Q., ,,f.,f . .rf .. gy MRS. G. W. AUSTIN Hostess I 3 lf. Q, ,..,' , "I Tb , g li Q ' , :' V , Exif n 1 f .f CHARLES BAMBAS English L , A-L MARY R. BELL Classical Language and Literature CLARIBEL BUFORD BAIRD Speech RUTH GARDNER BALL Speech ANNICE ASHTON BARNES Home Economics CORRINE BELL Psychology LOIS BENNETT Piano DORQTHY BRADEURY Biology Page I U ' P- C' xr f X A NACMI BRADY Home Economics X ROSE MARY CARLE Commerce MARY D. BROWDER Library MATHILDA CARRANZA Spanish 752-2 'fwnmn HELEN CHAMBERS Home Economics Page 1 1 HELEN COLLAR Piano MIRIAM G. BUCK Chemistry and Physics MARY CARUTHERS Physical Education GARNER COLLUMS Financial Office -Qi x , FREIDA DERDEYN French L . .5 .3 x 2 4 lOl-IN T. EISCHEID Psychology and Philosophy MAY FULLERTON Psychology cmd Philosophy , W, vp ,.-AJ . .J . . fa u . , MARIORIE DWYER Musical Science MARGARET A. ELLIOTT English MILDRED FLICKINGER Piano A. T. FLINT Commerce MARY L. GIVENS Modern Lgngugggg EDITH HAINIIYIOND Chemistry on cl Physics 'X Page EVELYN HASSEBROEK ELLEN H. ISAACS President's Office MILDRED IOHNSON French VIRGINIA LA CR.OIX Page 13 Voice I BLANCHE L. 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At the Iunior Carnival the seniors were propri- etors of the Buck Horn Saloon. The high spot of the evening was the election of Iayne Nash as Miss O. C. W. Candidates for May Queen from the Sen- ior Class Were: Betty Higham, Margaret Lanman, and Nita Myers , QI "I K 1 It QA! fff ' V , , - ' I J, .7 , .1 ffl it Q J f1'?7ir,:'!, '- v O F 1 9 4 JZ, DOYLE HENDRIX MYERS GORDON The Class of l9-42 was the first senior class to take part in the lunior Prom, thereby starting a tradition of a lunior Senior Prom at Oklahoma College for Women. At the annual Cap and Crown Day the Senior Class left to the college two plaques for the auditorium A high spot on our Commencement program was the opportunity to visit with the vital Sister Elizabeth Kenny q nurse from Aus- tralia, who gave the Commence- ment Address. The Class of l 9 4 2 faces the problems of today with courage and determination to do its part in pre- serving the Amer- ican way of life and building for a brighter world ,to- morrow. T A' A' - E i rUfT':T5E5il?- .1"QM.'Wl'ffI,+f'g'f3?iiTf A .,tr'i4'E'ia"'T-:f7fiF" Twiiii-i,"l', 7,1 - -' A w-if . AEBISCHER, HELEN-Blair B.S. in Home Economics AIRI-IEART, GENEVE BETH-Chickasha B.A. in English ALLEN, CLARYNE-Talihina B.A. in English ANDERSON, GENEVA-Taloga B.A. in English ARMSTRONG, MARION-Tulsa B.S. in Home Economics BEARD, DAISIE-Chickasha B.S. in Home Economics BEARDEN, RUTH-Bradley B.S. in Home Economics BLACKBURN, GENEVIEVE-Duncan B.S. in Home Economics BONDURANT, RUTH-Marietta B.S. in Home Economics ROOKER, ANN---Hendrick B.A. in Art BRIS-COE, LUCILLE Oklahoma RA. in English K ' 'f' - rf, , - . ,. . . .. - . ,.1 - , , . " . ' -. N .. . . E "' -Ui -Q .. " . -, , - . , 1 -,- . , - f -.v -e J' f f - '--1"-1 f ' '-AHQL -1- .- - -- A . 1. 51 '......c, :wt f - nC,x.L:r..a'.1g, ... -..QL 4,-- - ' I Q-s.k-.' ' Ll A E. 1-1- ' .- ,,3,.- 4 ff? fi CARTER, ELWANDA-Cement 1 if 1 5 W. ' BROOKS, MARTI-lA' V Cliickaslia ,, BA. in Chemistry ' BROVVN, GAIL--Oklahoma City l BA. in Art 6' l l U 1 is- BURFORD, DOROTHY--Lindsay BA. in Social Science CARRIGAN, RUTH-El Reno B.S. in Commerce CARTER, CORNELIA-Chickasha B.S. in Home Economics B.S. in Home Economics CAUSEY, ZELLA-Cement B.A. in Biology CHANCELLOR, EVA-Shawnee B.A. in Art Cl-IANCELLOR, IUANITA-Shawnee ' B.A. in Psychology and Philosophy CHERRY, FRANCES-Muskogee B.S. in Home Economics I Cl-IILDRESS, FRANCES-Graham, Texas 5 B.A. in Psychology and Philosophy I COLBERT, MADELINE-Shattuck B,M. in Piano 4 4 CONWOOP, ELEANOR-Lawton B.S. in Home Economics COOK, THELMA MARGARET-Cyril B.S. in Home Economics CORMACK, CHARLINE-Muskogee B.A. in English CARMICHAEL, AMOGINE-Mangum B.A. in French 4 CORN., HENRIETTA-Chickasha .251 BA. in Psychology and Philosophy COUNCIL, HELEN-Okla. City B.S. in Physical Education X - X X5 1 Page 19 Y - FF "v"'f"-B' 'f f'-P-+L '7 ff BTC" 4.4-.Q .2 ..1g.a.-1-al..-.414 A .iz . .1...--..ggbcxldo 1.,.-L, ,- - E""'F'Cffi'i'5i2-"fe- -QUT?-f'1F'Ura"-'-TY"M7?K'f'2f'1 fEv3'fi:g: war-ww- ' - - A-' ' 4,::'L.- ..-A-' be ----'Ac""' CRAIN, REBECCA SUE-Ada B.M. in Piano CURRY, ROENA-Stroud B.A. in English DAVIS, IRMA RUTH-Manqurn B.S. in Home Economics DELLER, FLORENCE-I-Iartshorne B.M.E. in Music Education DENT, MARYANNA-Vinita B.S. in Physical Education DOWNS, ELORYCE-Ardmore B.M. in Voice DOYLE, MARIE-Apache B.S. in Commerce DUNCAN, KATI-IRYN-Oklahoma City B.A. in Speech ELKOURI, MARGARET-Anaclarko B.S. in Vocational Home Economics ELLIS, IEMIE--Chickasha B.A. in Psychology and Philosophy ENTZ, GERTRUDE-Wichita, Kansas B.S. in Home Economics FRANCHER, ERSEL-Chickasha B.A. in Mathematics FARROW, NELL-Lindsay B.A. in English FITZGERALD, MARY LOUISE-Verden B.S. in Commerce FOWLER, IV A ELIZABETH-Verden CD5-ceased? 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Cement IRS. in llomo lfiouomics Gll,l.ll.AND, l,ll.l.l AN Clucknslm I GF -0 3-1-, ,MEI--Ilgi. ., I F u 'I 3, 3' S 3 in l l ' + -1- ' . vi- Af,.1.a.4i,.W' nl..-L - g....x,4r' -. a 'I A ,. 7 qi GRAHAM, lRlS-'Pond Creek B.A. in Psychology and Philosophy GRAY, LOUISE-Stilwell B.A. in English GREENLEE, DORIS-Buffalo B.S. in Commerce GORDON, ROSALYN-Ada B.S. in Home Economics HAYES, VICTORY-Chickasha B.A. in Psychology and Philosophy HENDERSON, TERESA-Chickasha B.A. in Latin HENDRIX, MARY FRANCES-Iclabel B.M.E. in Music Education HIGHAM, BETTY-Chilocco B.M. in Piano HILL, MARISE-Muskogee B.A. in Chemistry HUBBARD, IUANITA MCCONNELL- Rush B.M.E. in Music Education HUNNICUTT, MERLENE-Chickasha B.S. in Home Economics IOHN, ORA PEARL-Chickasha B.S. in Commerce IOHNSTON, GRACE-Ninnekah B.S. in Home Economics IOLLY, RUBENA--Fletcher B.S. in Home Economics IONES, DOROTHY-Chickasha B.S. in Commerce KELLY, CLARA-Muskogee B.S. in Home Economics KENNEDY, FLORENCE-Pocasset B.A. in History KNIGHT, DOROTHY--Chickasha B.M.E. in Music Education Page 21 43, V 'im nlffizix- .. . 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'ff rv'-:Pm 'T'fY,'ri,9f,j , 1: ,,,...,, A . ,.s.,1-1-- '-va --- A---'-H KNIGHT, WINIFRED-Holdenville B.S. in Home Economics LAKIN, LA VETA-Shawnee B.S. in Physical Education LANMAN, MARGARET-E1 Reno BA. in Biology LARSON, BERYL-Chickasha B.S. in Home Economics LINTON, FLORENCE-Terral BS. in Commerce LOEFFLER, MARION-Oklahoma City B.A. in Psychology and Philosophy LOFTON, BILLYE BESS-Chickasha B.A. in Chemistry MARLIN, GUSSIE-Chickasha BIN.. in Spanish MEETING, CAROLYN-Ancmdarko B.M. in Piano MYERS, NITA-Willow B.S. in Home Economics MCBEE, MARY-Ponca City B.M.E. in Music Education MCCORD, GERTRUDE-Sasakwcr B.A. in Art MCMURRAY, ELLEN-Chickasha B.S. in Home Economics MILLER, MARY ALICE-Okmulgee BA. in English MILLER, MARY LOU-Chickasha B.S. in Home Economics MILLS, WILDA-' -CCIPIHGII RA. in Psychology and Philosoplli' NARORS, El.lIARR'l'H Rlaucharcl RS. Ill Home Economics NASH, LKYNR Clmicknslm RA. in llisinry nd P699 4"' 1 1 l. C K NEILL, ERNESTINE Bradley BS. in Home Economics NULL, LORENEW-fNi1mekol1 BS. in COIIIIIXGTCQ NOTSON, ALTHEA-Bcmrilesville B.S. in Home Economics OWEN, WYLODINE-Chickcrshcx BA. in Psychology cmd Philosophy PATTON, ORLEVIA-Mountain View B.A. in Art PLOTT, LOLA BELLE-Chickcrshcr B.M. in Picmo gr PRESTON, IANE-Harden City B.S. in Home Economics PRESTON, IA IAYE-Oklcrhomcr Ciiy B.S. in Home Economics QUATTLEBAUM, SYBIL-Chickoshu B.S.S. in Social Science REED, MARY-Wyandotte B.S. in, Commerce RICHEY, MARY IANE-Hecrvener B.M. in Piano RINE, PAULINE-Chickcrshct B.S. in Commerce ROBINSON, EVA-Oklahoma City B.A. in Art ROONEY, BERNICE-Ancrdcrrko BS. in Commerce ROSEBERRY, RUTH-Medford B.A. in English SALMON, MILDRED-Terrcrl B.A. in Psychology cmd Philosophy SEATON, MARGUERITE-Chickcrshcr B.S. in Commerce SCOTT, FRANCES-Verden B.A. in History Page 23 5 22 1, A " 3,,?fff.'1'v'-E-liz. ,",lA.f:?"-1,35-?'V3?T7!2.cT"?'1fA--lgl if 1: 4:71311-"'Q .- fu' 'S.?,7C -'.- . gm.-. Mg' c--.L.c- .LJ-A. 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IOHN, AVIS IEANNE-Oklahoma City B.M. in Picmo TARPLEY, ADDIE LEE-Ancdcrko B.S. in Home Economics TAYLOR, KATHERINE ELLEN-Chickashct B.A. in Psychology cmd Philosophy TODD, GAIL-Chickashcf B.A. in Art VARGAS, LIGIA-Son Iose, Costa Rica B.S. in Physical Educcrtion WALLACE, FORRESTINE-E1 Reno q B.S. in Home Economics WANSTREET, MARY-Vcrndcdicx, Missouri B.S. in Home Economics WHEELER, BETTY-Oklahoma City B.S. in Commerce WILBURN, OLA-Poccsset B.A. in English WILLIAMS, BILLIE-Oklahoma City B.S. in Physical Education VVILLIAMS, EILEEN-Dill City B.IVI.E. in Music Education WINTERFELDT, PEARL-A-Stiqler B.S. in Home Economics WOLFE, BETTY IEAN Pocnsset BA. in Enqlislt YOUNG. K.fX'l'I'II'fRINIf XX'1'iqI1t Citv Missourl 4. x . X. IMA. III Iwtoloqy PC1376 . ., ' um' J- I- .. ., Abi' ,AIU All itil T53 Bad Bcru Bed Best Bra Brej Brilfl Brox Bro B BTY Cab Cuff Cali Cart Cam Chu Cla! Clifi Coll Con' Coo' Coo' Cos' Cro: Cu: Dol' Dm- Daw Dah Doi: Doi Dry Put Dui Du: p., LIC Eltt Eili EH: Em FQ- Fis Pt-- CLASS OF 1943 Abeitd' Eulqliq lslola, Nxtw lXlUXls'0 Altrens, Virqiuia lflliuwoml, Kansas A116111 I-,gtg Suqdou Aqueron, Esther Maria hlayaquegr, Porto Rico Atkins, Mary Evelyn Holdeuville Aubrey, Winnell Tulsa 1 Y-rw: Baclqwell, Holly leane Clernscott Bauqlnnan, Fern Lindsay Beall, Mary Ruth Anadarko Best, Euteva Cordell Bradford, Vlfynenia Muskogee Brenes, Isabell San lose, Costa Rica Briley, Laverne Mangum Brown, Clarabelle Duncan Brooks, Ramona Anadarko Brumme, Betty Lou Okla. City Bryan, Betty Ann Washita Cable, Katherine Chickasha Caffey, Dorothy Lee Manqum Calvoj Lucia S Costa Rica Carter, Virginia Ann Chickasha Campbell, Tressie Mae Stigler Chastain, Rowena Collinsville Clark, Margaret Duncan Clift, Katherine Anadarko Collins, Angelene Okla. City Conner, Mary lo Chickasha Cook, Merye Okmulqee Coover, Lu Temple Costello, Betty Lu Woodward Crossett, Hortense Seminole Cunningham, Doris Afton Dalton, Alta Marie Chickasha Davidson, PGCJQY Pocasset Davis, Billy Io Manqum Dobson, Ruth Lone Wolf Dobles, Carmen San lose, Costa Rica Downey, Dorothy Chickasha Dryden, Virginia Chickasha Dudley, Mary Antlers Duncan, Vertie Mae Chickasha Dunn, Mary Helen Lawton Eichenberger, Bonnie Chickasha Elliott, Eileen Chickasha Elliott, Vertie Belle Minco Ellis, leeta Okla. City Emenhiser, Elizabeth Frederick Fancher, Edith Chickasha Fisher, Vera Okeene Foncannon, Marjorie Page 25 Ashland, Kansas f' H21l!ff1'f'v3"f7-vgTcf-"5 'Z-ra'2ij71T 37" F7 G 1 Ford, Doris Ford, lerrianne Fowler, lva Lee Fullerton, Hazel Gault, Betty Giddens, Ora Lee Giddings, Ann Giddings, Nathalie Gilliam, Mirth Glenn, Gerry Gravitt, Winnidell Gray, Dorothy Griffith, Margaret Grissom, Maxine Halbert, Mervelle Hall, lay Harmon, Imogene Hefner, Gail I-leilman, Doris Heisler, Lenora Helm, Hildreth Hendrick, Pat Henrvetlu Shidler Verden Altus Bethany Chickashq Anadarko H91'1fYetta Clemscott Luikin, Texas McAlester Tuttle McAlesler Hollis Terral Gould Alex Minco Rush Springs Pond Creek Pauls Valley Okla. City Hoffman, Doris High Bridge, New Iersey Houk, Alberta Houston, Cecilia Hudson, Ruby Ikard, Mildred Iohnson, Thelma lones, Carol lones, Margaret Nell lones, Martha Ann lones, Mercedes lorski, Dorothy Kelly, Oleta Knight, Blanche Krieger, Alice Marie Olita Martin, Mary Martin, Virginia Matthews, lvlariorie lXflcCauley, layne lVlcClenaltan, Bennie lvlclhorinott, Florence lXflcHuqli, lXlarqaret lXflCl.a1'ly, Cliarlino lilmlley, Nlltilltid Chickasha Konawa Chickasha Cyril Ardmore Chickashcz El Reno McAlester Tuskahorna Harrah Foss Pauls Valley Hobart Waurika Hastings V erden Pauls V alleY Ft. Cobb Pond Creek Apache Chickashfi lx lciklester Ponca Gilt' Tulsa Okinulqee Dunaill .PCIQQ hlckxuksy lnnrc time, ww ' W Mom, Cannon :Xian Morrison, testi' News Ethel Nuernberqer, l-lelen O'Bar, Doris Parks, Betst' Piatt, Eugenia Pleasant, Anna Mae Posey, Mary Poteet, Elaine Prader, Christine Raborn, Ruth Radloft, Betty Reames, Ruthie Richardson, Leota Belle Robertson, Doris Robinson, Billye lo Robinson, Lu Alice Robinson, Mary Roel, Carmen Roysdeen, Eileen Schenk, Margaret Schmidt, Mildred Shelton, Marcella Shook, Louise Shuman, Betty Sixkiller, Beulah Smith, Mildred Snyder, Frances Sparkrnan, Drew Stafford, Avil lane Stanford, Betty Io Swartz, Marjorie Tum Maw Io Teaney, Doris Tucker, Dorothy Ann Tucker, Louise Turner, Verma Lois Tweed, lane Wade, Hazelle Wade, Nancy Wallace, Gloria Waller, Nqdenq White, Melbq Wright, Nina Io WYlie, Virginia Miles, Lulq Page 27 Nm num tlmnilv llfx' lltlt lx' lllfxl linttl Tulsa X . t lnrkaslnt ClllCliCtSltL'I Chelsea Yukon Vlfayne Durant Hinton Chickasha Okla. City Okla. City Homestead Pt. Cobb Pocasset Hobart Tecumseh Chickasha Monterrey, Mexico Ninnekah Hitchcock Verden Chickasha Cogar Lawton Stilwell Amber Tuttle Sentinel Anadarko Stiqler Cement Marlow Apache Apache Apache Chickasha Pocasset Webb City Houston, Texas Chickasha Davidson Dill Ninnekah Marlow Rush Springs CLASS OF 1943 The lunior Class began the year's activ- ities with the most stupendous carnival given since anyone can remember. So successful was the affair from every standpoint, that the year book's future took on a rosy hue. The class has also been active in the Defense Program. The Iunior-Senior banquet at which the lun- S iors were hostesses to the graduating class, was an important event of the Spring. Also long to be remembered was the Iunior Prom. Members of the class have made up the ABGUS staff and have been concerned throughout the year with its successful culmination. Nuernberger, Caffey, Giddings, Helm CLASS OF 1944 The "Bed Coats" were victorious in the annual Freshman-Sophomore Day, Win- ning four of the five points at stake: the flag hunt, the spelling match, the hockey game, and the Cabbage Theater stunt. After Freshman-Sophomore conflict was over, the sophs presented an assembly called "The Red Coat Roost" which in- cluded every member of the class. The Sophomores concluded their successful year with a picnic for their sister class, the Hendrix, Cheadle, Sacra, Darendinger, Morgan, Snider Seniors. Aday, Chris Alexander, Grace Louise Arrocha, Berta Atkins, Sara Austin, lune Bach, loyce Bacon, Mary Bailey, Frances Bailey, Ianice Barcltel, Mary Katherine Baxter, Ovis Berqs, Gertrude Berry, Katherine BOS-l, l..L1 Gflld BllSL'llO, lB01'Ullty Clinton Ada Panama Brornide Chickasha Amber Chickasha Chickasha Chickctsha Garber Okniulqee Chickashd Antlers CO1'd9ll Ch ickotshd Page 33 Black, Mamie lrliy lX'ltiriotta Booker, Toriuuie Okla. City Branscoui, Ruth Aileen lxlirrco Brantley, Naomi Cliickaslra Brantley, Norma Cliickaslia Breedlove, Dorothy Ada Browning, Estalee Pocasset Burke, Evelyn Grantield Bur-ks, Billie Clinton Burnett, Koran Ada Butler, Dorothy lune Okla. City Butler, Virginia Lee Fairview Butts, Frances Chickasha Campbell, Augustine Anadarko Carletti, Eileen Haileyville Carpenter, Beverly Okla. City Carter, Phyllis Muskogee Case, Merline Atoka Cates, Virginia Ryan Cheadle, Frances Horton, Kansas Clark, Betty Byrl Anadarko Clark, Ellen W'ichita Falls, Texas Cline, Elreta Enid Cogswell, luanita Seiling Coleman, Mary Lou Seminole Corley, Eloise Chandler COX, Lucille Pocasset Crickenberger, Muriel Chickasha Datforn, Marjorie Ann Kansas City, Mo. Dale, Margaret Healdton Darendinger, lrna lean Davidson, Mitzi Dickens, Velda Duncan, Elzora Duncan, Mrs. Ilene Emerson, Margaret Estes, Mary I0 Evans, Ietty Ann Ezell, Christine Fancher, Christine FIYUII, Iuanita Francis, Helen Frazier, Evelyn Freelin, Phoebe lane Foster, Frances G. Foster, Winifred FOX, Charlene Garrison, Katherine Page 29 , t I, . X , Chickasha Wewoka Sedan, Kansas Chickasha Blanchard Cloud City Carter Chickasha Wilson Chickasha Apache Chickasha Okla. City Anadarko Chickasha Rush Springs Okla. City Diblole V - . ...nu . - .-s n,,.,is,i. .-J ...ass-.1-,.L,.--f. ,, As.:-1 , s.4.ai L.Lu,,m-L.. , A 1' l i i 1 i i W if f it a l 35'-K sie mw- .-av" .04-9 's X11 'iii r- -rv----ee -v -+7-v---. -"-fy" "ZZ -5-,If7"""E"'7'-T"T1f15T17T7.'HT1':TfP"'7'T''F"7f'Y-'FFW T Y-YTFvwq,?jT1iT1?'Fi?5-WWF! ,J g '5,1g1:fjqT,!,,.,,qT-,.,.,Z,'n,,,n, ,,,,-,F ,,.,Tf-F.,.rfe1z717-ff-E,'3,11yvy.T.,.., , - rg- 4 ,, 1 i- - - . -, , ,- , A , . - W , 1- , ' -- r -,- - 4.5,-.,, -+ , V. 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'Lg Q'-it ' 2,-4 I3 f'.ifri4if2. if .-1:13 -gg r- 4-1. isle.,-,'-:g."-.H is 4 4 ii - ,ig Ja. , , . 4 l t f ' r l 4 t t 1 1 t t t l 't v A i 1 1 1 I I 1 3 l I 1 1 t ,- . 1,5 . lx I tl t' a l 1 V t l r 1 I l t l i l l . 1 , In " til" '57 ""5g'iw.Ji'E7753'T7-1' .f'ifF-l-17f737?ffT Wi" '7 'f'f'f'f1f:Y', fwfr- if 'iff Ur" '.'d'nf?rIf-"-,'fT?'f 1 Garrison, Nelle George, Covelle Gordon, Ruth Gould, Roma Hall, Frances Hamilton, Luella Hamilton, lane Healey, Catherine Heilman, Mary Frances Hendrix, Eloise Hendrix, Louise Hightower, Mary Hildebrand, Verla Iames, Odell layne, Olive Ielks, Freclda lohnson, Christelle lolly, Lola Lee Keller, Helen Kellner, Marilyn Kirkpatrick, Ruth Knight, Fae Lambeth, Mildred Long, Alice Love, lean French Lynn, Helen Mauldin, Pat McArthur, Dorothy Ann McClurg, Mary Io McCollom, Marjorie McCool, Millie McDaniel, Mildred McDaniel, Paula McGraw, Lila Miller, Body Miller, Catherine Miller, Elnora Miller, Margaret Ann Miller, Maxine Mills, Vadys Morgan, Helen Nicholson, Eileen Nix, Virginia Noe, lvlariorie Norman, Mary Owen, leanette Pace, Dorothy Sue Parclnnan, La Verne Ok emqh Granite Coalqqte Chickashq Pauls Valley Verden Chickasha Chickcrshq Rush Springs ldaloel ldabel Terral Gracemont Waurikcr Enid Ninnekah Okla. City Fletcher Chickasha Okla. City Wewoka Chickasha Bartlesville Chickasha Okla. City Konawa Ardmore Marlow Harrah Medford Coalqate Chickasha Garber Chiclcasha Mangum Chickctsha Tulsa Okmulqee Clinton Blanchard Okla. City W ewokd Rush Sprillqs Shawnee Verden Chickosha Clllllxln Altus PQQQ Payne, Alwilda Phillips! Betty Phillips, lvSSPlY11 Pickett, ltlaxine Pollen, ltlarclies Pollock, Bettt' l-Oil Potter, VeYdG Powell, Mariorie Prather, Helen Priddy, Doris Reeves, Ann Rider, Gertrude Rieger, Florence Roberts, Ami' D611 Roberts, Betty lo Roqqli, Dorothy Sacra, Dorothy Shaw, Gwendolyn Smith, Mrs. Sadie Snedeker, Genevieve Snyder, Edna Sparkrnan, Edith Spears, Sara Stafford, Imogene Stanford, Marguerette Steelrnan, Irene St. Iohn, Ardath Storck, Evelyn Summers, Violet Talley, Letha Tayar, Marjory Taylor, Gloria Telford, Maclgelene Tibbitts, Geraldine Turner, Wynona Tyler, Annabell Vann, Dorothy :X i ttiiiow Cltivlgaslni Uliivkaslia Contain-lie f llnranl X N L lil 1. City Roosevelt El Reno Sedan, Kansas Norman Lindsay Chickasha Enid Shawnee Chickasha Decherd, Tenn. Chickasha Okarche Chickasha Chickasha Ponca City Anadarko Cement Anadarko Watirika Mingo Chickasha Marlow Snyder Chickasha Healdton Goodwell Lawton Ponca City Okla. City Vinita Webb City Van Valkenburgh, Mary lane Chickasha Walker, Elma Ferne Watkins, Betty Wendt, Leona Wheeler, Imogene Wied, Anna Marie Wilkerson, lanice Wilkes, Betty Iean Winnard, Hazel WOISQY, Charlene Woodruff, Helen PC1Qe 31 Porum Cushing Chickasha Comanche I I I El Reno Holdenville Ardmore Blanchard Shawnee Chickasha :,Ef!?!:5!5'Y-ix5lQT""I't7TL,'f"':r':'--w:-'qf'-r .1-vyjfr1YfT-5' I 7 T' T .1 CLASS or' 1945 The Class of '45 came as Freshmen always come--full of life and just a little bewildered Q5 to what it's all about. At our first class meeting in Dean l-lawkin's Freshman Lecture, we realized just how many of us there actually were, and began to lose some of that feeling that we were lost in a fog We elected our officers and with leanne Price ag: president, Melva Lou Wilkins-vice-president, Emes- tine Evanson-secretary, and jean Hickman-treas, , urer, we became a little more organized and sure of ourselves. Then when we were just beginning to get our feet on the ground and to know which classes were where, Dorothy Sacra instructed our Freshman Leg- ture one morning and read the Sophomore Decree to us. After that, things began to pop! We blinked our eyes while green caps were shoved on our heads and there followed six weeks of hazing in which the sophs displayed their intel- lectual superiority by yelling "Button Freshman!" and played nursemaid by wiping off any make-up the frosh might dare to Wear. There is only one thing to say for Freshman-Sophomore Day. They won the points. They won the flag, the Cabbage Theatre, the hockey game and the spelling match. There was one thing left, however, the race for Queen of the junior Carnival. Prom three lovely candidates-Danna Ieanne Adkison, Mary jeck Rhodes, and Margaret Wilkerson-the frosh chose "Dusty" Rhodes for their queen, There followed a long siege of ticket selling to make "Dusty" the Carnival Queen over the Sophomore candidate. Miss Mary Ieck Rhodes was crowned Queen of the junior Carnival midst something faintly resembling a riot. The carnival ended ihe rivalry and before long we were all just Q. C. W. students once more, wi.th no distinction between Freshmen and Sophomores. Angel, Wilkins, joseph, Price, Evanson, Hickman Bennett, Edna Ackley, Mary Hardin City Alexander, Emalene Chickushu Allen, Iency Bristow Allen, Marjorie june Verden Allison, Iuanita Okla. City Angel, Anna Grace Purcell Arnold, Mary Elizabeth Shawnee Arthur, Theoda Chickgghq Asbury, Betty lo Amber Atkinson, Danna lean Muskogee Baker, Cleatus Walters Banks, Lena Fay Courtney Barker, Mickey Pratt, Kansas Barton, Emilu Albuquerque, New Mexico Baum, Ruth Tulsa Baxter, Mary Ellen Chickasha Beeler, Io Anna Chickashfr Bennett, Betty Io Broken Bow Broken BOW Bergman, Billie Anne Oklfl- CKY Biggs' Ivlqry L99 Clinton Bingham, Delma Anna Anlber Boggs, lvlary Blanche 1551391 Bolancli, Dinorah San lose. COSTU Rim Betts, Eris Billings Boucher, Cana Lee Hobmll Bounds, Ursula Oklfl' hm' tl nswiirm, mins blwlfhm Bofiarth, Nadine Chicknsha XJNNJ we lllulltlw, 1-uvr New Temple P099 38 1? .,:f'mgEf.w:.r+'i-Tw'--.f'.E3'?frZg' -Ki'-'rF'T"iz"'7'f'fiFi ffffnff' .ffrrfr-'f'fv'1 Q 1 llrcw 011 lumix . X- llxmt: llrrnlzlvlf 'tw X l1t'9QlsltlGl', lxlllllltl l Ou L ,r Brown, Ndldlxlx' Brown. 11195 Putt, Ella hlayv B1 Burton, Sem' Lou Bywater, Pet Qamobell, Maxine Carr. Charlotte Castles, Frances flitt Mt flux thx'-tztzat t llt'lllXx'llt1 lttlzltn hltulnw Suttl f:l'tllltl:i luvk Blaxiue Allruqnurqrtv, NOW hlvxit-tv XL! I hlxll ltlllxl lfl Home Gutlulo , x Oluuulqoe- li LOUD Xilrrlll Cecil, Norma leane Tuttle Chaftin, Ruth RYGI1 Cheatham, Louise C hiclzaslia Comby, Alicia Chickasha Comer, Faye Alberta, Canacla Cook, Betty Ruth Healclton Cook, Betty Marie Newcastle Cornelius, Dorothy Chickasha Cox, Patsy Lou Ninnekah Cozad, Mary El Reno Crane, Norma lean Holclenville Crotty, Mary El Dorado, Arkansas Daniel, Sarah Spiro Dempsey, Dolores Chickasha Denyer, Virginia Merle Chandler Dirickson, lean Okrnulgee Donnellan, Geraldine El Reno D0WdY. Valda Shawnee Duffield, Doris Pryor Dunlup, Betty lo chickeshe Evanson, Ernestine Muskogee Felton, Pat Tulgq Finke. BGUY Florence, Kansas Fitzgerald, Meta Pearl Hinton Fofemsn, lfmie chickeshe Fofemenf Put Vinita Foster, Belly' Claremore i3i1eE2i1lTECY Muskogee Fregmq CY' Okeene n, Eloise Mcmgum Hensley' MONO Ruth Ardmore Frmz' MQW lClYUG Perryton, Texas Gqmbillf Opal Tuttle 323291 Rgzetlc Chickasha Geis EQ Ud11'1CI Duncan ' all Gotebo Page 33 '1 f-p,.-1 -1-, .V ,W -T ,,f-.JMB-V-,-ff -ff 4 K' 4 Gilbert, Iona Gilliam, Bobby Gillenwater, Carolyn Glover, Muriel Beth Goates, Christine Godwin, Margaret Goltry, Samantha Ann Gordon, Barbara Gray, Avona Faye Griffin, Irene Grisham, Billijo 14' Coz City Clemscoft Chickashq Chickqshq Waurikq Alex Amber Chickashq Tulsq Elmore City County Line Grodka, Sonia Long Island, New York Hall, Betty Kansas City, Mo. Ham, Marilyn Henryetta Hanmer, Donella Carney Harvey, Bobbie Bixby Hatcher, Peggy Ada Hatfield, Myrtle Chickasha Hayes, Katherine Okla. City Hawk, Marion Nell McAlester Hawkins, Fay Carnegie Head, Io Lane Eufaula Hefley, Zada Hartshorne Hefner, Ernelyn Chickasha Helm, Phyllis Claremore Henderson, Iosephine Minco Henderson, Margaret Ann Beggs Henderson, Norma Ruth Chickasha Hester, Ruth Wifi Hickman, Dorothy Lee Duffmi Hickman, lean Chickflshd Higgins, Mary Louise SHYd9T Hileman, Sylvia Lookebe Hingeley, lean Marie Okla. Citi' Hitchcock, Bettye Ruth HGGICHOU Holder, Florence ChiCkCIShG Howe, Melba Ruth Heddlon Hubbard, lean Ninnelwh Hughes, Ann Caroline H9H1'Yell5 Hughes, Lurlene Tuttle Hughes, Ioan Tuttle Hughes, Margaret HenrY9llG Ivester, Dorothy Cliickashil lacques, Donna DGNOYG lames, Arlene X'Vew0kG Ienkins, Natheline Clrickaslw Iolinson, Verona Perri' lolrnstou, Mildred Ninnekdh PGQ9 4 lab K Q' 5-ph, ls lf Kaiser, Helga hingling Okla. City Anadarko Keeney, Sannnie Haworth Kendrick, Betty Pryor Kennedy, Chloie Marie Pocasset Kennedy. loyce Guymon Kern, Nancy Verden Ketchum, Geraldine Hot Springs, Arkansas Key, Betty Ann I-loldenville Killie, Lucy Chickasha Knight, Norma Ringling Koester, Isabel Lone Wolf Kornmer, Marilouise Herrin, Illinois Landers, Annabelle Cyril Langford, Leota Chickasha Langston, Colleen Heavener Layton, Bertha Ringling Lee, Ann Okla. City Long, Ioan Enid Lowry, Io Anne Colony Maass, Violet Okarche Mallonee, Mildred Chickasha Malloy, Tommie Wewoka Mankin, Betty lone, Oregon Martin, Catherine Okla. City Mason, Marylee Kingfisher Mason, Ruth Ann Nowata Massey, Sue Granite Martin, Frances Chickasha Mayes, Mildred Chickasha McBride, Wanda Iean Clinton McCarter, Ioy Ft. Sill McClure, Odell Minco McDonald, Dixie Mannford Mclnish, Pat Chickasha McKae, Betty Iune Chickasha McMurray, Eileen Chickasha Miles, Iune Shflwflee Miller, Lahoma Cl'1iCkCIShG Miller, Pat Okla. City Milligan, Violet Hope Okrnulqee Milor, Bette Io HOTHUTY Moon, Mary Io Brinkman Moore, Evelyn Ardmore Moorhead, Meredith Ardmore Morris, Mildred FOX Neely, Ioan Nowata Page 35 1 5? Nesmith, Dorothy Nimerick, Evelyn Norwood, Mary loyce Nipps, Patty ludy Lucy Lillian Osteen, Parker, Payne, Dorothy Iune Peach, Phelps, Susanne Pinkston, Martha Donavea Porter, Sibyl Powell, Ella lean Prather, Dorothy Pratt, Sally Prentiss, Marguerite Price, leanne Price, Rachel Pryor, Mary Helen Puckett, Maxine Puryear, Katheryne Sue Putnam, Mary Rainey, Charlotte Ray, Vella Lee Rankin, Leota Reding, Dorothy Reiner, Geneva Rhodes, Mary Ieck Ridge, Margaret Rieger, Betty Roberts, Sarah Robison, Byllye lean Robinson, Dorothy Robinson, Ruth Marie Robison, Frances Rodgers, Almarie Rankin, Leota Rose, Iacqueline Ross, Dorothy Ryan, Margaret Sancho, Cecilia Sanders, Anna Mae Scott, Marie Sellers, Betty Shockley, Edith Short, Peggy Lee Shearn, Mary Gene Shires, Mattie Lee Sliotts, La Verne Ryan Broken Arrow Davidson Sand Springs Chickasha Sulphur Okla. City Hobart Okla. City Elk City, Kansas Tulsa Horniny Chickasha Watonga Chickasha Walters Ninnekah Pryor Enid Holdenville Tulsa Guymon Commerce Elk City Chickasha Ft. Cobb Woodward Minco Enid Pawhuska Waurika Chickasha Okla. City Okmulgee Marlow Elk City Ada Marlow Ardmore Costa Rica chictqshct Mangum Eufaula B1 oken Arrow Manquin McAlester Cliickasha Rush Springs A .,. Page so ' ..e-.xc e...L'ul 1 .-- ,gp l Slater, Mary Alice Ada 1 Smith, Betty Zoe Cliickasha 9 Smith, Frances Tuttle Smith, Hilda Frances Childress, Texas Smith, Lahoma Gracemont A Smith, Mildred Cltickasha Snider, Gloria Holdenville Soto, Ginette San lose, Costa Rica Spears, Katherine Ardmore Stockton, Nelma Blanchard Sunderland, Irma lune Chickasha gwarts, Dorothy Cement Talbot, Cynthia Mattoon, Illinois A Talbot, Ellen Hot Springs, Arkansas Tqpp, Bobs Deane VV'inthrop, Arkansas Terry, Ioan Marlow Thompson, Marylyn Ann Anadarko Tracy, Maxine Sallisaw Trotter, Betty lean Cyril Tucker, Helen Katherine Lindsay Tucker, Florene Chickasha Turner, Wanda Clinton Turner, Winiired Varie Chickasha Tyer, Narcille Ardmore Venable, lean Chickasha Verser, ,Florene Minco Waits, Zella Tahlequah Warden, Eris Bradley Watzke, Anna Margaret Henryetta Weller, Marion Sulphur West, Dolores Stroud Whatley, Doris Rush Springs K Whitehead, Io Ann Prague Wiles, Mary lane Ardmore Wilkerson, Margaret Pryor Wilkins, Melva Lou McAlester Williams, Helen Ardmore Williams, Georgia Ft. Cobb 1? Williams, Louise Clinton Williams, Elaine Ryan Williamson, Inez Rush Springs Wilson, Alice Edith Homestead S Wimbish, La Trelle Chickasha Wintermute, Gloria Sedan, Kansas Wray' PfU1'1Ci9l Waurika WYUICIH, l une Altus YGFHG-ll, Hazel Anadarko Yeary' Mgflhfl Chickasha Page 27 - eT...1.Y.- A-e -ff-fd e -r--- -----+v-- if -ew fee' FH v ..-,.. f- -1' -A bu 1 1 Q- ' fs , nay... - K V -v-'-'ff' ' ' 'A - ' A wr-v,,,, "7 l 1 l ff?" 2 --- ' t Tiegyrii ML The new station Wagon acquired this year through contributions from the Alumnae Association and other friends of the College is a source of much pleasure and pride to us all. Due to present emergency its use is limited to the most worthy causes and it is our secret suspicion that at ' ht M . R batting. nlq r yan puts it away in cotton I YJ . E 1 V 3 vw I 4 1 1 Jlwwf m ' 4 A7dff5.1,460z.w,mJ Vg f U' I . .kk N f .4Qf,f,,j, . LC!! 'ZZYZ X Qv -w - S ' Qkxk s 1 L J ' , U 4 ' ' ".-I-1.4-4.-4.4,-5' . 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AMBRLSTER MEMBERS BEVERLY CARPENTER CHRISTELLE IOHNSON JOAN NEELY DORIS DUFFIELD BOBBIE IOSEPH JANE PRESTON HAZEL EULLERTON MARTHA LEVER NANCY WADE RUBY HUDSON IEAN LOVE MARGARET WILKERSON RUTH ANN MASON 4 PLEDGES BILLTE IO ORTSHAM KATHRYN HAYES BETTY KENDRICK ANN LEE Page PUQ9 41 MISS MILDRED MARTHA BROOKS BILLIE BURKES HENRIETTA CORN DOROTHY DOWNEY IEETA ELLIS CHARLENE FOX FLORIECE HALL DOROTHY BAILEY GERRY ANN BROWN MARIORIE DAFFORN , If ff '5'f"' WW '2 W WWW W I M U M Q CLUB Founded November 5, 1918 by Irene Shorley j SPONSORS PATRON AND PATRONESS FLICKINGER MISS LOUISE WALDORF MR. AND MRS. M. E. HUMPHREY MEMBERS BETTY HALL MARILYN HAM IEAN HICKMAN BETTY RUTH HITCHCOCK NANCY KERN BILLYE BESS LOE TON DOROTHY ANN MCARTHUR MAXINE MILLER PLEDGES PEGGY HATCHER PAT MILLER HELEN MORGAN HELEN N UERNBERGER DONNAVEA PEACH MARIORIE POWELL MARYLYN ANN THOMPSON GLORIA WALLACE VIRGINIA WYLIE CATHERINE HEALEY SUE WILLIAMS BETTY RAY .pf Af 1 X sd I V- BE SI TA CLUB J-I y I Founded February 25, 1919 by D ' A ' Ik Grace Threadqill Foster and Carolyn Porter Featherstone I X af .W 2 I . If-I' sPoNsons jf!!! fy! J 'fi MISS HELEN CHAMBERS MISS MARY KATE MILLER 1' , 'J Q ,L ' U PATRON AND PATRONESS , MR. AND MRS. FRED STEPHENSONA ,,L,LgQg, I D I MEMBERS HOLLY IEANE BADGWELL IRMA RUTH DAVIS DOROTHY SUE PACE EUTEVA BEST BETTY IO DUNLAP ELLA IEAN POWELL LaVERNA BEST ELOISE FREEMAN MARGUERITE PRENTICE MARY BLANCHE BOGGS WINNIDELL GRAVITT KATHERINE SUE PURYEAR CARRA LEE BOUCHER MARION NELL HAWK MARY IECK RHODES WYNEMA BRADFORD ELOISE HENDRIX DOROTHY SACRA LAVERNE BRILEY LOUISE HENDRIX KATHERINE ELLEN TAYLOR NATALIE BROWN MARY FRANCES HENDRIX IAYNE MCCAULEY THOMPSON MAXINE BULLOCK MARTHA ANN IONES DOROTH ANN TUCKER DOROTHY LEE CAFFEY WANDA MCBRIDE WANDA TURNER BETTY RUTH COOK BOBY FRANCES MILLER IANICE WILKERSON REBECCA SUE CRAIN NITA MYERS MELVA LOU WILKIN S IMA IEAN DARENDINGER IAYNE NASH BILLY IOE DAVIS LOUISE WILLIAMS HELEN WOODRUFF PLEDGES MARY ACKLEY DOROTHY IEANE PAYNE EMILU BARTON LaTRELLE WIMBISH CARMEN ROEL 1 3 KA . x , ' I AI' . t ' ' . I ' I X I A . , ,. -f . , K l Page -I MISS VIRGINI KATHERINE BERRY DORIS CUN N IN GI-IAM MARY DUDLEY MARIORIE GRIFFITH CHRIS A'DAY IUANITA ALLISON MARY CROTTY KAY DODD HELEN PAT EOREMAN IANE EOREMAN T R I D C I. U B Founded November 24, 1919 SPONSORS A LQCROIX MISS ANITA MOORE PATRON AND PATRONESS MR. AND MRS. BOYD GILKEY MEMBERS I-IELGA KAISER ANNABELLE LANDORS I OY MCCARTER GERTRUDE MCCORD I UNE WYMAN PLEDGES BOBBY IEAN HARVEY DOROTHY LEE HICKMAN DIXIE MCDONALD IEAN MOREAU EVELYN NIMERICK VELLA LEE RAY MARY REED GLORIA SNYDER ANNABELLE TYLER BILLYE IEAN ROBINSON CEOILIA SANCHO IUANITA SOTO CYNTHIA TALBOT ZELLA WAITS E RAN CEIL WRAY I J ECHE SA CLUB Founded October 21, I922 SPONSORS MISS MARY CARUTHERS MISS CLARICE TATMAN FRANCES BAILEY KAY BARCHET BILLIE ANN BERGMAN MRS. GENEVIEVE CARTER STACK PATRON AND PATRONESS DR. AND MRS. A. CHOQUETTE MEMBERS ' NELLE LOUISE GARRISON RUTH KIRKPATRICK MARGARET LANMAN DOROTHY IUNE BUTLER VIRGINIA MARTIN ALICIA COMBY PAT MAULDIN MITZI DAVIDSON EILEEN NICHOLSON KATHRYN DUNCAN BETTY PHILLIPS IERRIANNE FORD EUGENIA PIATT PLEDGES GRACE LOUISE ALEXANDER MARY IANE F RITTZ SUE BOUNDS DONNELLA HAN MER DOROTHY CORNELIUS TOMMIE MALLOY MARGARET EMERSON LOU ALICE ROBISON EVELYN STORCK AVIS IEANNE ST. IOHN MARY IO TAPP WYNONA TURNER HAZELLE WADE MARY IANE WILES VIRGINIA WOERZ ETHEL NEWS VIRGINIA ANN NEWITT BETTY IO STANFORD LILA WORLEY QNQIJJJ II Page 44 ANNA GRACE ANGEL IUDY QSTEEN Page 45 DE GAMMA VE Founded November IE-3, 1922 SPONSORS MISS DOROTHY TULLQSS MISS MA-BEL MURPHY PATRON AND PATRONESS MR. AND MRS. I. W. BIRD MEMBERS IOSEPHINE HENDERSON SARA DRAKE ATKIN S BERTA ARROCHA KATHERINE CABLE VELDA DICKEN S DORIS FORD VICTORY HAYES HELEN HEADRICK DORIS HOFFMAN LOLA LEE IOLLY RUBENA IOLLY I ORA PEARL IOHN MILDRED LAMBETH ODELL MCCLURE MARIORIE MCCULLUIVI LYLA MCGRAW ANNA MAE PLEASANT HELEN PRATHER IA IAYE PRESTON PAULINE RINE GAIL TODD GLORIA WINTERMUTE KATHERINE YOUNG PLEDGES LEDA ALLEN DOLORES DEIVIPSEY LUCY KILLIE PEGGY SHORT THEODA ARTHUR COVELLE GEORGE HOPE MILLIGAN IEAN VENABLE SIGMA DELTA CLUB Founded April 12, 1925 SPONSORS DR. MARY R. BELL MISS IEFFIE YOUNG PATRON AND PATRONESS MR. AND MRS. I. W. OWSLEY MEMBERS DANNA IEANNE ATKINSON BETTY FRANZ RUTH BAUM OVIS BAXTER MAMIE IRBY BLACK BETTY LOU BRUMME ANN GIDDINGS NATHALIE GIDDINGS IO LANE HEAD HILDRETH HELM IENNIE LOU BROOKSHIER N ORMA RUTH HENDERSON KORAN BURNETT EILEEN CARLETTI FRANCES CASTLES FRANCES CHEADLE BETTY BERYL CLARK MADELINE COLBERT MERYE COOK HORTENSE CROSSETT FLORYCE DOWNS MARIE DOYLE VIRGINIA DRYDEN EILEEN ELLIOT TERESA HENDERSON PAT HENDRICK BETTY HIGHAM ANN HUGHES MARGARET HUGHES ARLENE IAMES OLIVE IAYNE THELMA IOHNSON I O LONG MARY MCBEE PAT MCINISH BENNY IO MCCLENAHAN CHARLEN E MCLARTY IULIETTE MCNEESE MARGARET ANN MILLER MARY ALICE MILLER PATTY NIPPS BETTY LOU POLLOCK MARY POSEY IEANNE PRICE MAXINE PUCKETT ELIZABETH ANN REEVES FRANCES ROBISON MARY ROBINSON BERNICE ROONEY IUNIA SHOEMAKER EDNA SNYDER DORIS TEANEY IERRY TIBBITTS ANNA MARGARET WATZKE IOAN WHITEHEAD PLEDGES MARGARET DALE BETTY ANN KEY RUTH ROBINSON ERNESTINE EVANSON IUNE MILES MARGARET RYAN MELBA RUTH HOWELL DOROTHY ROBINSON BETTY SELLERS Page 46 -7 0 Q K'-4--6 Q m ' 0 'Q-1. '11-d, ,Z-24 4 , ,ww -I 1-15. oxvg. X Q " LICLAKL x., l R Lkxkg xccxlii K ., . 'lt' .x Lk' x Q V, x V, . . ,MN N., X .kg . k A . rx X- Hx. f 1 E dffgdfef c7ZZ,l'Ll'l'L6llfL MAY QUEEN -, ,...-.Q- Page 48 1uu1.....-.- , . +1 -i :Wx x PWS' 49 X! 42, 5:4312 ,WK 5 , JWQZ Y VN I 1 Llyfle MISS O. C. W. Pave 50 Pflge 51 x was YZ, ,if , , xfgggmaf .,f. . Q, x X Q R fffw' figs -Y........ -...-fr Y-ry----v - - -- qv?---vw' A H'f.J ' " -.-P-sw ' "' " - ' 'f " ' md ary Jac! MOQIQJ CARNIVAL QUEEN Page 52 Page , M WWA? ,MM ,f,,-J.,-.pu1.44, " - ' . I - .-----ff--'W - , . r. 1 4 it I .,, ,I ! 1 A i. 5 1 i I i x 2 I I w I I I 1 1 ' , l 1 N i I 1 a F F I I 1 , I 1 E E n 3 H A! if fi '4 !1 H N N ai ,. 9 ! 1 l idx! ..J414!c!reflL ,AQ m AMERICAN ROYAL CANDIDATE Page 54 V 1L.:.u-............:- --'-v--1- '- -- - A --M V,--,---- -V+-W--- 1.-- ......-...,....- A ,. .. . ,. .. , , ,, . , 1 , A fm- 7 .WW- W Wm., , rfwffwfff mv' X 3 i E 5. i NSY s, xvz X, . 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Adviser The Trend Staff BETTY FRANZ ......... DOROTHY VANN ......... MITZI DAVIDSON, NELL LOUISE GARRISON . MARIORIE FONCANNON ..... BEVERLY CARPENTER, JANET OWEN . HORTENSE CROSSETT ..,. MISS ANITA MOORE . PQ:-' 'I-ww-A mf- . ., T . ,-., ,Y 'f ' 41'7..'?U' il an. I 1 r ,,d,Ew7T'fI,h ,F4"i'.Z',2 ' -f:pT"i,.r1rz.4:z.1:f-rm' fm "Lawn -ffl' . . . Editor . Assistant Editor . Society Editors . Exchange Editor . Business Editors . Music Editor . . Adviser :'- fnwu' ,.-:' rx 51.-fu .v -p-- 4-.... Page 55 I f F I I 1 1 3 f w u w 1 4 1 I 1 A 4 I i Y A 5 I if r 1 i J 1 X An , . , . '- '-C." Lfiv,-:Q -. ,-NX Us-G A 9 me 'J x.Jl Ill Cl BS 9.2 x.! :Rf ki: N IIE Xzaaaaamawax. . '7 W, Y' xl STUDENT GOVERNMENT The Student Government member- ship is composed of the presidents ot the dormitories and town groups. The president is elected by the popular vote of the student body. The aim ot the group is to work in harmony with the faculty and students to bring about the best possible school program. The president is Rebecca Sue Crane. COUNCIL FIRE Council Fire is open to any history student. Its aim is to create an interest in history and international relations of the present time. The president is Frances Scott. Dr. Anna Lewis is the sponsor and meetings are held in her home. PHI PSI CLUB The purpose of this organization is to iurther interests in psychology and philosophy through study and research. Membership is open to major students in the department ot psychology and philosophy. Iris Graham is president. Dr. Howard Taylor and Miss Corrine Bell are the sponsors. PG Q 9 58 !i.d'.k1E. ll' a'L'Y1""'x"" I-"Aff IW' ' :ATV 'vi-lv-1 tv , 5 -V .. . . ' ' - 'ff f -f, L - ' ' . '-.4 1 . ' U- ,.'.'apvy:',n 1. FY nu' xx- -',,'f -' H we ff .. W. A - . f .. , , . , . 1, , A.. . ,Q-A A 5. y. , or -mxf. M K.. A ,L,,,', Ny., , ,Q D . ,g LITERATAE The aims of this club are to foster original Work and to interest the stu- dents in discussions ot creative Writing and in different phases of literature. The president is Maxine Grissom. Dr. Caroline Laird and Mrs. Margaret Elliott are sponsors. Page 59 CAP N 'BELLS Membership in Cap N'Bells is open to all students of the speech depart- ment. The objective ot the club is to give more students an active part in speech activities and to provide experi- ence and training in all phases ot play production. The president is Martha Ann lones. Y.W.C.A. The Y.W.C.A. Cabinet governs the local branch ot the national Y.W.C.A. The aim of the group is to further Christian student activities. Cabbage Theater, the Doll Parade, and a nurn- ber of student mixers are under their sponsorship. Margaret Lanrnan is pres- ident. Miss Corrine Bell, Miss May Fullerton, Miss letfie Young, Miss Mable Murphy and Mrs. M. A. Wylie act as sponsors. PI ZETA KAPPA The members of Pi Zeta Kappa, local chapter ot a national religious sor- ority, are elected upon qualifications of character and scholarship. The or- ganization supports religious activities related to students here on the campus and provides for more intimate associ- ations of girls of like ideals and inter- ests. The president is Margaret Mc- Hugh. The sponsors are Miss Corrine Bell, Miss May Fullerton, and Miss Evelyn I-lassebroek. i 4 . ART CLUB Membership in the Art Club is open to all those interested in art activities on the campus. Meetings are of a social and educational nature. Mary lo Tapp is president. Miss Madeline Ritz, Miss Anita Moore, and Miss Cora Kenreigh are faculty sponsors. GERMAN CLUB The purpose of the German Club is to study German literature, art, and customs. Students interested participate in the bi-monthly meetings which are devoted to these subjects. Sonia Gradka is the president and Dr. Mary L. Givens acts as sponsor. f 2 Page GC rf rlg:',m.':: f-fy'q1,j1"..:', 5-,g.'..--qv-4.7--,,,,' ,!,-.L-.,,4.. l,....,,.. A, ,,,. .n',,M, N, H ,, I V ri 1 .. . ,. . .- . -.,. ,, .,.,,,- , 1 - ' li'-Y' 'J -'VM - uw-va un,-',-Hx,-tx!-. .A V V YOUNG WOMEN 'S AUXILIARY This organization is composed ot young Baptist students Who live in states represented in the Southern Bap- tist Convention. The purpose is to unite Baptist young Women in the advancing missions and to help the physically and spiritually needy. Pearl Winterteldt is president and Mrs. M. A. Nash is spon- sor. Page 61 LE CIRCLE FRANCAIS The purpose of Le Circle Francais is to encourage a free and easy use ot conversational French through informal meetings. Teresa Henderson is presi- dent. Miss Mildred lohnson and Miss Freida Derdeyn are sponsors. ALPHA ETA The Alpha Eta Home Economics Club is affiliated with the American Home Economics Association. Mem- bership in this club is open to Home Economics students. The purpose of the club is to provide an opportunity tor personal development, for service to the school and the community, and tor active participation in improving the home and family lite. Cornelia Carter is president and Mrs. Ellen Isaacs is the sponsor. A .Q , .V -f- A - of " 2 st' ' is c- A t w ig: ' RACQUETEEBS The aim oi the Hacqueteers Club is to foster the development of tennis through organized programs of play and recognition. Membership is gained by try-outs held at the beginning oi the term. The intramural tournaments and play day activities are promoted by this group. The president is Helen Nuernberger and Mrs. Genevieve C. Stack is sponsor. Q .'+.., ,R , , SEALS CLUB Girls with outstanding ability in swimming may become members oi the Seals Club. The members must have passed the American Red Cross Lite Saving test and other requirements. The club sponsors several water shows and demonstrations during the year. lt is the purpose ot this organization to en- courage and promote good swimming. layne Nash is the president, and Miss Mary Caruthers and Miss Charlotte Lane are sponsors. ,W ,L A., . SILVER SPURS Membership in Silver Spurs is open to students enrolled in horseback rid- ing. To promote interest in riding as a wholesome and enjoyable sport and to provide extra activities for those es- pecially interested in riding are the ob- jectives ot the organization. Activities consist of moonlight rides, picnics, spring and fall gymkhana, the annual spring horse show, and special trips to outstanding horse shows in Oklahoma and surrounding states. The president is loyce Bach and the sponsors are Miss Cora Kenreigh and Mr. C. C. Shearer. Page 62 sv- W 'T F1 'L W? Yr-v M 1-umm Q12 A'-H' qQ'r,,"-1 ,"' 'C 2' .:' Y-vw -vw 5 riff. ,- N -'Lf'-f --f af , r- f-V - f -. Y ,,, V, f, .... -., - ., ,. ,. . -, - ..., V i H . ' ' ' T' -'i"TY!" -."' 'I fb! 1' .',..l',T"51". L TITAQJ i f:u.ZTy'.!lf.,, ' . !-.L f . ah?"-"ni-.".'. 'Jen' ' ' ' :UWT I. T' i"l ' "' ' 7 T' .' X. 7 ' ' .' L'-'f "!!t'.5 - .' Q lf . '. M 'Q' ' is ' -rl. " "'i' M T ---'H -. V ---.. .,..,.-.,. V . - .V Y V. Winn, Y .- Y-Ye--f--. 1- -Q .A W ' . . ' f s t r 9 Q40-:pm-Q-.--.f . x -mmf l l E .l l -I in .1 l l 1 l I 1 l E WWFF' .' , 1 , y rl.: - '-.1 01.4 'f,.- i .'. I -f. IH- , ,.. A -' 4 . -JV. V ., .. .L W- L ML- 4....i rw! -inmnrniz -sfriiwgfr .,.--M .,...ff-irfyf-w.i saileuff lff ... CON CILIUM ROMANUM This organization brings together all students interested in a further study oi Latin and Roman culture. Students participate in the bi-monthly meetings which are devoted to these subjects. During the second semester, a Latin paper is published, Which is a creative project of the club. Bette Radlotf is pres- ident. Dr. Mary R. Bell is sponsor. Page 63 CHI DELTA PHI English maiors ot exceptional abil- ity are qranted membership in Alpha Chi Chapter of Chi Delta Phi, national honorary English sorority. Each semes- ter this organization sponsors a creative Writinq contest among all students. Regular fortnightly meetings are held. The president is Ruth Rosebery and Dr. Caroline Laird and Mrs. Margaret Elliott are sponsors. EL CIRCULO HISPANICO The purpose of this organization is to become acquainted with the customs and cultural lite ot the Spanish speak- ing peoples in order to promote friend- ship among the peoples ot the Amer- icas. Membership is open to any stud- ent interested in becoming familiar with Pan-American customs. Helen Nuern- berger is president. Miss lane l-lill Miller and Miss Mathilda Carranza are sponsors. I 1 HK' ,Ar dw ,M W- TV.. .-,Vi-.f,71,-K -ff-rqqqr -fm ----1-1-rf' wt- ""'-. - 3'Tv-,'-'C' k"'3ZTj1'?j1'x:x , Y, ,,,1. -, .-v 'TT 'iff Tfv- V- - "F, Al ' ", -T 'I Q' - --lf ' f '-'- " ' ' " N' "' " 7 md ',x I- f-JT "af-'v.. "'m"""T .1'Q"'jg"o'r?":r-'T-W""'1"7F'1cf" " "' '- ' J 'Y' 5-' -- G 3 ' ' ' ' " ' ' .4 ' ....4..-L....-4x.....x4xT..L.i.4.......L --..,,,-. QL. ..:-:.LL.,4...-4. - . V 4 . .. - g V- GREEN MASQUE The Green Masque is an honorary dramatic fraternity, founded to provide a method of recognizing and honoring outstanding achievement in the dra- matic activities of the College Theater, and to furnish greater incentive, and in- spiration to do Worthy work. Laverne Briley is president. The sponsors are Miss Frances Dinsrnore Davis, Mrs. Claribel Buford Baird, Miss Clarice Tat- man, and Miss Ruth Gardner Ball. SACAIAWEA The members of the Sacajawea club are girls of lndian blood. Their purpose is to study Indian customs and traditions and to gather information which will help keep alive lndian civil- ization. The club is affiliated with lt- tahana, the state organization. Frances Cheadle is the president. Dr. Anna Lewis acts as sponsor. 5 . 'r "f-' r 5" 1" -""-- Y ev- V, nfrre- 7.181-1, 1 .1 -ffl. Y'Tfn,':,,'--1, 5 2 Myf- ,W h BETA GAMMA Beta Gamma is the commercial club organized to accommodate stu- dents interested in the problems of the commercial World. Membership is pri- marily for students in the Department of Commerce. lts purpose is to familiar- ize the members with the present day business practices. Mary Louise Fitz- gerald is president and Miss Bose Mary Carle is the sponsor. 'I L.- 117 H ml ,i'.t-.X-F Y N . 1... V . -f - A w, E. X v V .l ,ma M 1 .i x by . rgfgv vnf -. - N , ..l4..,l,4 .,A5,7,ia?.l.:,5ik6, ,.,,.L v .r?14v 5' SIGMA ALPHA IOTA Sigma Alpha lota, national honor- ary professional music iraternity, is rep- resented at O.C.W. by the Alpha Chi chapter. lt is the aim of the organi- zation to draw into a body the outstand- ing musicians of the campus and to sponsor musical events for the college. Angelene Collins is president. Spon- sors are Miss Lois Bennett, Miss Elise MacClanahan, Miss Corrine Nash, and Miss Virginia La Croix. Page 65 ---1. -. .lI3.1'f'-'t-.f'z" -'W'-M' ""'i ' ' " L E M BATON CLUB The purpose oi this organization is to further leadership among student musicians and to raise the musical stan- dards of the college. Membership in the club is open to music students who Wish experience in musical leadership. The president is Avis Ieanne St. Iohn and Mr. Elias T. Novikow is the club sponsor. COLLEGE VOCAL QUARTETTE The Quartette consists oi Fae Knight, Virginia Wylie, Florence Rieger McCormick, and Dorothy Ann Mc- Arthur. Dorothy Knight is the accom- panist. These singers are pupils of Miss Elise MacClanahan. ,,..,. . ..-Y-v.-111-"T ..' - TT f'---'- 1-'G"-'fs -X '-ii ,,, .-T--f ,A -.-z-jf --nm A q .i-- , . . ,.,- . ., - 1 ., , - ,.f 5 1--T . "i'r""2f"""r"' "r ggi.-,T.teip---13.111gllliiiiwfisllgfgli TTTMT ' T . . V, -Q1 THE ROMANY TRIO This trio under the direction of Miss Virginia La Croix, is made up of Bette Ruth Hitchcock, Sibyl Porter, and Helen Williams. They are accompan- ied by Phoebe lane Freelin. .1 it i THE GLEE CLUB The college Cflee Club is composed l E of voice students. Miss Dorothy Tulloss is director. The Christmas program presented each year is one of the most beloved of the annual events. The Glee Club also presents a spring concert 1 and appears at many other programs during the year. The president is Vir- ginia Wylie. THE ORCHESTRA The orchestra, under the direction of Elias T. Novikow, provides an opportunity for the in- strumentalist to famil- iarize herself with or- chestral literature. Two annual concerts, in ad- dition to other appear- ances, are features of extra-curricular college activity. Page 56 FA '-1, '1':'1':icrf ' JHIWI .NH F"Il'."1V7 ' ' lpn" A -' - .11 . ,.- - W +"-'C-V'-N' I ' -1 I ' iff' il!-YY -.'. -vb.: ' vs--'mg'-frrur:3xguf, rar... 1 ' , m. m X - 1 XXG-Lx," xx 0 K- LLKL Lkvk-Q- ,,k,,g,g.Q.fxLfi1' Um M 1'--1.111 IN , L9,,D-l.,9,QJlJvf9., Ofvxil, VU9J.U-1 9,b,J1.1J-JJQFQJXJ A b cl K ,k?'ki,n, LR61.l'Lfx-WQJ. x,,m1QfJ YFUUK- M419 , U'VX-'A' LQ' DJ - V ' Qg:.,u.J'vw.LJOQIJ' . Q' mu xml, Lim. Sauk X94'0DM"" K OVJI A fl, I' "ij if , I if' . fb 'f A' , , J X 'Ink I GV AJ!!! A fl. l U .ff 7 Q fymfiyfj flu" :Ci 0?-ff ,J A"' ' V I .KV 2 1 ly 5 f Pj ,' .' V X-5 ,J-fu 1 Jud , 2 1 ix ' -.JI X - In Q," Tj uk, I Alfa 0 pfjf pfl, ' . 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I 111711197 fi I. . 1 , - I, 1 I ,1 1 ' . ,jfr ' ,pu i n I I 1 4 1 I 7 ji , Jvyfl' V rp 1 I M UU My 1 1 1 X, I .I Jflf 3 I, I,,1fO 1 ry' I f J I ,ll I ' Kr? l V1 14,6 1 f QQ jp 'l Ulf' Mt l Q. Page 74 "Your Queen of the Highways" MART O. T. SUPER COACHES IXSEOTH We Wish to take this opportunity to thank our many friends at O. C. W. for patronage durinq 1941 and 1942 UKLHHUMH THHNSPURTHTIUN CU. Union Bus Station 106 North Second Phone 488 Our Best Wishes CONGRATULATIONS A NEW OF YCHICKASHA' rm: CHICKHSIIH 1111111111 co. A Y HOTEL C and MAY YOU LIVE LONG, Coffee BE HAPPY, AND PROSPER C Congratulations Full Cream Flour and tc the Bob White Meal Class of ,42 A'w"yS Good LIBERTY DRUG sroarz 1 8 . CONGRATULATIONS TO THE I CLASS OF 1942 WITH BEST WISHES OF "We Serve To Serve Again" ' F ci I Ch1c:ko1shc1 e era Iohn,S Grocery and Savlnqs cmd Loon Market Association Phone 1881-1882 MCFGIIGHCIIS Coffee Shop COMPLIMENTS OF Decke1"s Flower Shop k "Let Flowers Spook Your Thats" "A Friendly Place T0 Eafi' Phone as 506 chiokooho Night Phone 725 Ernest's Radio Service COMPLIMENTS Tennis Racket Restringing OF PHONE 2101 515 CHICKASHA AVE. COLLEGE CLEANERS COMPLIMENTS OF THE DIXIE 'Q - ' . I I 'L , J . rf V I. . 1' N v 5 ' N X N I I is CI'1iokc1sho1's Best Store I NX ,B . 1 OFFICIAL ARGUS P1-1oToGRAPHE1a RAMON GRIFFIN Protes ' ' - . sronal Movies Wedding Appomtmems Home Potftfaits Portrait Painting Commercial Artists STUDIO: new W. MAIN STREET A OKLAHQMA C1-1-Y, OKLA. CONGRATULATIONS CCMPLIMENTS TO THE CLASS OP '42 O F , PAUL'S FOOD MARKET S If It's Good To Eat We Have It Phone 763 Free Delivery 17th at Mo ED SI-IOEMAKER "Always Try" I Music Store The Home of Complete Musical Service , Music. Pianos, Instruments Quallty Hardware Accessories, Supplies Teaching Materials Phone 9 306 Chlckasha Avenue 508 Chickasha Ave. Chickasha, Oklcr PITCHFUBII ELECTRIC SUPPLY Everything Electrical Contractor and Dealer Kendrick 8 King Lumber Co. COOKS PAINTS-DIERKS LUMBER 512 Chickasha Avenue HARDWARE CHICKASHA, OKLAHOMA Phone 171 217 N. Third St. Phone 281 Thanks a Million for Your Loyal Support Our Sincere Wish Is That Your Future Will Be All -Happiness BBUWNSUWS DRUG STUBE Il' s Sniart To Be Thrifty PAULETTE IUN1oR Miss APPAREL sHoP SCHAEFFER PENS AND PENCILS DANCE BIDS AND PROGRAMS IOHNSON BROTHERS PRINTERS AND STAT IONERS 120 South Fourth TO THE MEMBERS OF THE CLASS OF 1942 We Want to make a beautifully decorated Weddinq cake for you-same as We have for so many other graduates ot O. C. W. BAKE-RITE BAKERY 422-424 CHOCTAW AVE. I CHICKASHA. OKLAHOMA Phone 159 Best Wishes for CI CONGRATULATIONS Pleasant Iourneyl FROM III-TY NUNNEIIY BAWCO OFFICE SUPPLY CO. IIAIIIIY'S CAFE P.S.-Wedding A lndeed, Yes! I LOY'S MILK PRODUCTS M""jL1T'jS Ship You' ea quar ers Q""'i'y and Sewice BooK AND GIFT SHOP OWSLEY'S IEWELRY STORE Agent for O. C. W. and Club Iewelry A FRIEND OF THE COLLEGE Blue Goose Stands TodcIy,cIs Always, for QUGIHY FRESH FEUITS AND VEGETABLES SCHULER FRUIT CCMPANY CHICKASHA OKLAHOMA CITY LAWTON ENID MUSIEESE AIIDMOIIE IT PAYS TO SHOP AT ..... P E N N E Y ' S CHICKASI-IAJS BUSIEST STORE L I. C.. PENNEY CO., INC. 319-21 Chickcrshof Ave. NEW CI-IICKASI-IA LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANERS Cold Fur Storage Linen Service PHONE 157 COMPLIMENTS OF CQMPUMENTS SHIEI.D'S ICE CREAM COMPANY A UF Telephone 240 A HOMOGENIZED MILK FIRST NA'rIoNAL BANK CHICKASHA CQMPLIMENTS N OF MemberOfF D I C Chickashcr Cotton Oil Co. PQ wifi :::1'., Lx. 4411. CONGRATULATIONS, CLASS OF 19112 CI-IICKASHA HOSPITAL AND CLINIC Imprinted Personal Stationery Pottery-China-Crystal-Linens and Novelty Gift Items R I C K E R ' S 416 Chickasha Avenue The College Girls Are Always Given a Warm Welcome and Good Food at the WHITE DOT YOUR FRIENDS CHICKASHA CITY BUS LINES we ,, a,2,v1ft..aZf ,-Zff,L.,.?7fL- 1-,,1,,.,,f-f.. 19,15 ,QI-f.,.7 ' f if f' f A L ,,,,,,,,,,'-,,.4E,.-My I an-1-.4....e,.,' , 1,-MJ' H- n.,.,,, ' 1 :,. f - S-.yy-.X,cL,-.141-.f.,Cxz,' " OOMPLIMEN TS OF F RYE IEWELRY STORE 414 Ohickasha Avenue BOOK EXCHANGE ' CONGRATULATIQNS AND Phone '1484W 123 souu-1 4th 2 BEST -W-ISI-IES TG Fountain Pens and Supplies T y TI-IE CLASS OF '42 COMPLIMENTS MA OF 3 CKLAHC COLLEGE CLEANERS 4 ANDREW'S DRIVE-IN Home of Chicken-in-the-Rough i PHONE 111W 617 CHOCTAW 4 Chickasha Greenhouse "The Bank That Service Built" F1 owel, Phone 48 12th and Chickasha Flowers For Every Occasion ,...f., V I , ' ., 1-ief, , 54 7 "',f9:1QA9 qi," viflv.LZ','. 74 i,-'L' 'JKLZ if J I . no U 1 a ? 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