Velma Alma High School - Hurricane Yearbook (Velma, OK)
- Class of 1952
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Presenting the 1952 edition of
Edited by the 1952 Senior Class
Velma-Alma High school of
DE D164 TION
Realizing that the freedom which we now enioy has been purchased with the
precious sacrifice of life and knowing that eternal vigilance is the price of
freedom, we look to 'our future and plan to combine our efforts with those of
peoples all over the world for understanding and peace. We fear the evils of
want, death, and even fear itself which can solvently creep into our hearts and
minds when others fail to understand us. Revering those in our nation, in our
community who realized better than we the price of peace, and knowing that
our own lives must be dedicated to the cause of freedom, We, the Seniors of
i952 dedicate this annual.
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This has been a year of
much growth and advancement
in the Velma-Alma Schools. l
have been particularly, well im
impressed with the quality of
instruction in all departments.
l have every reason to believe
that one of the finest schools in
the state will be developed here
in the coming years.
l want to congratulate Mrs.
Wortham and the fine class of
T952 upon the completion of
another successful edition of
Mr. B. l'l. Brewer
Congratulations, Seniors of
l95'l-l952. Your class has the
distinction of being the largest
class to graduate from our
Among your group are many
students who have excelled in
scholarship, music, athletics,
and the various other activities.
lt has been a pleasure indeed to
have had the opportunity of
working with such a fine group
of young men and women.
The outlook of the world is
not very bright at this time, but
remember that behind the clouds
the sun is always shining.
Opportunity for success was
never greater than it is at the
present time. There is a great
demand in all the different
vocations for the persons who
are honest, ambitious, and have
the determination and stability
to meet the situation.
The Administration of this
school wishes, for each of you,
the very best.
S. M. VanDeventer
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SENIUR HIGH FUUTUALL
On August 24 a small band of V-A gridders assembled at Craterville Park to begin preparation
for their 1951 football campaign. In that the squad was small in number and that the opponents to
be faced were stronger than in recent years, prospects for a winning season seemed very dark.
There was present however in large quantities that elusive thing called spirit that sometimes
drives men on to greater achievements. From the first day it was as a unit a hard working, self-
sacrificing group, led by seniors and veterans of former V-A teams, such as Bobby Dix, Dwayne
Anderson, Keith Harris, Garth Stillwell, Wallace Glasscock and Charlie Doty, the team went straight
to work and never for one minute let up until one of the most successful seasons in V-A history
had been completed.
The Comets opened their season with the Marlow Outlaws on the Edgar Martin Field. The
Outlaws not only boasted of a veteran team but one of the largest high school teams in southem
Oklahoma. Opening fast they scored on the Comets in the very first minutes of the game and threat-
ened to literally chase them from the field before the game was over. The Comets however merely
rearranged their defense, dug in a little deeper and behind the brilliant running of Dix, fine passing
by the Anderson to Catan combination and unusual play calling by O. B. Harris, plus vicious tackl-
ing by every member of the V-A squad emerged with a l3-7 victory in one of the hardest battles ever
fought on Edgar Martin Field.
The Comets next took on the Comanche lndians in a home game and won a 30-0 victory. High-
lights of the game was the fine running of Doty, a 70 yard scamper by iunior Kenneth Smith, the
defensive play of ends Lemons, Caton, Dodd and guard Abrams was outstanding.
For their third game the Comets invaded the home grounds of the Walters Blue Devils and after
a bitterly contested affair emerged with a 'I3-13 tie. The highlight of this game was a booming punt
by Anderson that went out of bounds on the one yard line.
The Comets next met the high scoring Ringling Eagles in a home game, prior to this game the
Eagles' offense had been rushing along on a 50 point per game average. The Comets defense met
the situation and emerged with a 20-7 victory.
The next victory was carved from an encounter with the Capitol Hill "B" team, a game featured
by fine downfield blocking and long runs. The Comets emerged with a 53-6 victory.
With the conclusion of the first half of their schedule the Comets turned all their efforts toward
the important task of netting their natural rivals, Fox and Wilson, on successive weekends.
The Fox game was a thrilling contest with little Bob Dix, behind a screen of blocks thrown by
Keith Harris, Charlie Jenkins, Garth Stillwell and a host of others, going ninety yards on the second
play ofthe game for a touchdown. Final score 41-6..
The Wilson game was another thrilling contest with the Comets striking hard in the first few
minutes on nice runs by Doty, but the most beautiful run of the night was a 90 yard gallop down the
sidelines by "Slow Poke" Anderson. Final score was 41-6.
On successive weekends the Comets then defeated Dundee 38-0, Marietta 53-0, and Healdton
The Dundee game proved to be a disastrous affair in that Anderson suffered a knee injury that
was to keep him out for the rest of the season.
For the third straight year the Comets met the Waurika Eagles in the first round of the state
play-offs. Through the loss of Anderson and the iniury of several other key players the Comets
were badly weakened. The Comets fought valiantly though to no avail and went down to a score of
The season's tally was 9 wins, l loss, and l tie.
-by Sevil Pickett, Coach
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SITTING: Betty Turner, Dorothy Parr, Ina Peters, Wanda Ely, Sue Southerland, Darla Milford.
STANDING: Betty Clark, Juanice Turner, Jeanette McCurry, Mary Fern Newman, Clinton Mosely, Norma Garvin, Margaret White,
James Harden, Agatha Gentry, Melva Newman, Barbara Anderson, Kay Pogue, Orval Gwinn.
CO-VALEDICTORIANS MOST OUTSTANDING SENIOR
Mary Fern Newman .Iuanice Turner Norma Lou Garvin
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SENIGR GLASS HISTURY
A September morn in the year 1948 marked a memorable day for a group of rowdy carefree boys and-girls
who had iust begun their freshman year at V-A. The seniors this year represent that fun loving group, but now
a bit more settled and serious minded.
Although it has only been a short time since our class came roaming into the highschool building so very
anxious to enroll as high school freshmen, it seemed to each one of us then that we would never become
"dignified Seniors." Now that we are, it seems only yesterday for maybe the day beforel that we first roqmgd
the halls of V. A. H. S. with eager and doubtful minds. As usual we freshmen furnished entertainment for the
upperclassrnen with our ignorance, nevertheless we were patient and lived and learned so that by the time we
were patient and lived and learned so that by the time we were sophomores they began to respect us a little
more, probably because they had some dumber ones to prey on.
Our sophomore year did not hold a great deal of excitement for us, for l fear we had still not begun to fit
in too well among the Juniors and Seniors. Among other things we did that year we put on a very successful
play entitled "Hillbilly Courtship." n
Our Junior year and still one more to go. We still had a very large class and gladly took up our responsi-
bility as the sporting iuniars. This year turned out to be a very rich one, filled with all sorts of new experiences
for most of us. We put on a class play that tumed out very successful, and took a short class trip to Lawton.
At the close of the year we put on a banquet for the Seniors and used an lndian design for it.
Last September we returned to begin that long awaited year but with iust half as much eagerness to
graduate. We started out with iust one obiective in sight and that was to make enough money for the long
awaited Senior trip. We gaire an alumni banquet which we hope very much will turn into an annual affiar.
We entered the football queen race with a very pretty senior girl, Juanice Turner, but as everyone knows
the sophomores won. "Just luck l guess."
March 18 we went to Wichita Falls' University for the Senior Day program planned there for us and other
seniors throughout this area. Cn April 'l a few of us seniors took off from school and went down to Turner
Falls for a day of relaxation and fun.
The Juniors gave us a very nice banquet and used an oriental background for their theme.
We had our baccalaurate the 'llth of May and then had our commencement the l6th and left on our long
awaited class trip the next day to New Orleans. This concludes the history of our four years at good old
V. A. H. S.
We sincerely hope the coming seniors will enioy their years at Velma-Alma as much as we did.
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SENIUR Cl. AS WILL
We, the Class of 1952 of Velma-Alma High School, being of sound mind and body, do hereby make, publish, and declare this to
be our last will and testament. Realizing that we are about to depart from this school and realizing the uncertainty of this frail
and transitory life, do wish to dispose of our few possessions that we may have accumulated, honestly or otherwise, during our
pursuit of knowledge. We do bequeath the following mentioned property to wit:
Danna Beth leaves her smile to Darla Milford. Will she need it?
Jim Richards leaves a good time.
Wilma Carson will go with anyone who will take her.
Keith leaves any remains of his car to Margaret Fore.
Edward Watkins leaves?
Glen Wilson leaves sober. You figure it out!
Dwayne leaves his track shoes to Pat Kinslow. Maybe it will help her speed in catching a man.
Wallace leaves because-answer in 25 additional words or less.
Norma Lou Garvin wills her nickname "Beer-Bottle-Mamma" and her reddish hair to Pat Loman.
Marianne leaves her knowhow to get a diamond to Joyce Ladd.
Ada Lou Smith leaves her rattling tongue to Pat Kinslow.
Clinton Mosely wills his trips to Healdton and Duncan to Ed Bass.
Donald Green, the boy that loves to put his arms around girls, wills his talent to Laurence Welch.
Hazel Welch wills her "Hubba Hubba" figure to Darla Milford.
Hazel Foster leaves her swing to Margaret Fore.
Bobby Gilger wills his extra tonnage to G. C. Vaughn.
Gene Harper leaves his massive figure to Jackie Dodd.
Syble Wright rushes madly out the door.
Eldon 0'Neal leaves his goat like beard to any peach faced iunior.
Charles Whisenhunt leaves his long black locks to Dick Williams.
Raymond Pershall leaves to go to work?
Seaborn Bryant gradually creeps out the door.
Lee Roy Fletcher wills his shy ways to Toby Abrams.
Jackie Skinner leaves his track experience to Orval Gwinn.
Marlene Matney leaves her hour-glass figure to Kay Pggue.
Troy Norton leaves with his boots on.
Darrell Shelton takes everything with him. He needs itl
Yvonnia Bryant leaves the office to any "sucker."
Garth Stillwell leaves all his "luckies" to Dean Catan.
Mary Fern takes her "Pearl"-Ken-with her.
Ken White leaves his speaking ability to Mr. Bill Griffin.
Wanda Ely leaves debating with herself whether to go or not.
Bobby Dix would like to stay fwith Janice Smith that is.l
Jeanette drags anyone with her she can grab.
Charlie Doty leaves in his "wonderful" car?
Modena Cowen leaves her flirting ability to Charlene Beaver.
Sue Smith wills her noisy characteristics to Bobby Allred.
Donald Adams leaves his collection of beer bottles to Orval Gwinn.
John Gilmore leaves his long hair to Bill Smith.
Juanice Turner wills her quiet manner to Ann Clayton.
Hazel Moore leaves her natural curly hair to Dorothy Patterson.
Mary Helen Barrick leaves her Ipana Smile to the Pepsodent Company.
Danny Scantlin leaves the typing ability fhitting on ninel to anyone with a missing little finger.
Betty Lemons leaves her knowledge of American History and intelligent discussion to Kenneth Smith
Marlene Lemonds leaves Jerry Waitman.
The Senior Class leaves Mrs. Wortham, Gene Harper, Wallace Glasscock, and Charlie Doty.
ln witness thereof and we have hereunto set our hands and seal, this sixteenth day of May in the year of our
hundred and fifty-t wo.
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SENIUR CLASS PRUPHECY
Leroy Fletcher has taken over the Jamboree Club at Oklahoma City-featuring the best in female entertainment.
Charles Whisenhunt, the poor man's Red Skelton, is now a mechanic in a gymnasium-fixing fights.
Glen Wilson has ioined Alcholics Anonymous. He says it's easier to get beer this way.
Edward Wadkins has replaced Tyrone Power as the screen's top lover. He goes by the screen name 0. Boyer,
Bobby Dix has become a hobo. He says he is King of the Hobos. This is all right. Look at the money Roy
Rogers makes, and he's only King of the Cowboys.
Dwayne Anderson is a politician in Texas. The last we heard he was running for the Mexican Border.
Marlene Lemonds is still in Literature trying to figure out haw much does a Grecian Urn.
Charlie Doty is now a used car dealer. He fills all his used cars up with used gasoline.
Ken White has gone completely. He was seen today trying to cram a stalk of rhubarb in his ear. When asked,
"Why," he said he thought it was celery.
Bobby Gilger bought a pair of long handled underwear and got a iob as a pipe cleaner.
Jimmy Richards is in the lighting business. He gets lit every Saturday night.
Raymond Pershall finally graduated. Now, age 44, he plans to enter college.
Clinton Mosely is nowa sportscaster-too bad he didn't think of that line of work while he was on the newscast.
Keith Harris is now in Hollywood singing in a new show called "Cesspool." He is the big frog in it.
John Gilmore is now in baseball. All the fans refer to him thusly-Kel-ly Umpire.
Donald Adams is now working in a toothpick factory-modeling for them.
Troy Lee Norton has started a band. He goes under the name of Vaughn Meatball.
Seaborn Bryant has become a lawyer. Who told him he was good at Court?
Jacky Skinner hates women. He says they all think they are too big for him. Well, the bigger they come the
harder they fall.
Gene Harper was arrested for robbery. When asked why he stole the Sl00,000 he said, "l was hungry."
Donald Green became tired of his face being continually flushed so he became a plumber.
Danny Scantlin has become a successful merchant. He and the other well to do merchants have established a
club called the "Merchants Club."
Darrell Shelton has dropped out of sight. lt is rumored that he is now a nip and tuck drinker. One nip and they
tuck him away for the night.
Wallace Glasscock has let his hair grow out and was iniured yesterday. He was mistaken for a lion and shot
in Oklahoma City.
Eldon 0'Neal is now taking a two-bit part in a movie called "The kazor's Edge" because he can't afford a shave
Siliie Smith is still active in the business world. She says she has a good head on her shoulders. Hmm-wonder
w ose. x
Betty Lemons is still an old maid. She says when she was younger she wanted to marry the cave man type.
But then when she was young, that's all there was.
Garth Stillwell plans to get married in the summer. Hope Christine plans to be married at the same time.
Norma Lou Garvin now owns the Eatlikeone Stable. She recently won first prize in a horse show.
Mary Fern Newman is now a movie queen. She goes under the name of Pearl White-wash.
Jeanette McCurry is now a member of Phil Spitanme's All Southern Bell Orchestra. She is the only liberty bell
in the bunch-cracked.
Yvonnia Bryant is naw in her seventh heaven. She has taken over Walter Winchell's spot and can now talk to
her heart's content.
Danna Beth Vowell is now an interior decorator. Her bathrooms are out of this world, which is a little incon-
Mary Helen Barrick is now a Be-Bop singer under the name of Ella Fitzraur.
Hazel Foster is making a fortune as a circus fat woman. What a revolting development this isl
Marlene Matney and Wilma Carson have taken over teaching bookkeeping, replacing a man named Holleyman
who now resides at Norman East Side.
Marianne is a big game hunter. She once shot a wild elephant in her paiamas. How it got there is beyond me.
Modena Cowen and Syble Wright have begun swallowing pennies-they want to see some change in themselves.
Hazel Moore is now 'combinin her talents with Bessie and Flossie Watters. They are developing a foolproof
way to make artificial rain. 'lghey call their firm "Moore Watters, lnc."
Wanda Ely is a singer with the Metropolitan. She does singing commercials. By the way, that's metropolitan
Hazel Welch has become a concert pianist. ln her more recent concert, she played Beethoven-Beethoven lost.
Juanice Turner's new motto is: "Don't marry for money, you can borrow it cheaper."
Ada Lou Smith is now-Oh well, it doesn't make any difference what she is.
Wilma Carson thinks she is Napoleon Bonaparte. Raymond Pershall started making love to her and this became
a hit song known as "Bonaparte's Retreat."
As our predecessors before us have said, and we will follow by saying: Good-bye to V. A. H. S. forever!
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