Vian High School - Wolverine Yearbook (Vian, OK)

 - Class of 1955

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1 1 1 , F if Q-- 4-4 .-. k"wn,.,, U vi ,, ,- VRF weve .,.- .ur Q .43 ,-9' ..v lfjvj' A . .ii 2 X L QKWQQ I fy l,,b.,'9' ,rv 1 WOLVERINE 1955 Published by the Senior Class Vian High School Vian, Oklahoma Why the 2 Smile of 'X Satisfaction? Q When Mr. Traw learned that this year's WOLVERINE theme was to be: "Learning to Live Together" his face registered a smile of approval. Not only did he indicate his approv- al with a big smile, but he told us how much it pleased him. ,,2' "W ,Q " i' ai QF! Dedication just a few of the dignified "Twenty-nine" ..... . . . . . .but the entire Senior Class of 1955 wish to ded- icate this year's WOLVERINE to our parents and our teachers, whose unselfish and continuous efforts have kept us trodding the paths of knowledge and under- standing which have enabled us to learn the better ways of getting along together . X .sm 'T- .- Wolverine Staff Ruth Moss, Editorg Tommy Young, Assistant Editor, Barbara Holder, Business Manager, Vonnie Damron, Secretary: Barbara Fine, Activity Editor, Tommy McCreight and Alan Thompson, Sports Editorsg Margie Speck and Betty Faught, Advertising: Giyndle Pope and Billie Taylor, Art and Pictures. if U e Yearbook Advisor MRS. OKLA G. MITCHELL EDITORIAL by Ruth Moss For twelve long years we have been associated with persons who have been interested in our problems and our ambitions. Our parents and our teachers through the years have realized that the most important thing in this world of ours is the people with whom we associate. They have put forth a lot of effort in teaching us the importance of learning to live together. If we are to be useful members of society, we must learn to get along together. We must learn to understand people and we must try to give them the opportunity to understand us. To go through the world smoothly we must learn to like people and we must learn to make people like us. Friendship is for most of us the basis of any prosperity that we may enjoy, and certainly it is the funda- mental thing in achieving pleasant contacts with others. Sure we had to make adjustments, but learning to do that did not prove too difficult as we learned through study, throughwork and play, and through helping others. Getting along with people is pretty largely a matter of adjusting yourself to their traits and characteristics, their kind of thought, and their types of action. Making the necessary ad- justments took time, but we had many worthwhile experiences while going through the learning process, and as we go out into the world, leaving this institution of learning behind, we want to look back and see just how much our lives have been enriched all because we were taught the importance of learning to get along with others. H1 1 11 1 S I Secretary Mrs . Bobby Anderson 1 1. ,,,..,Q 1 . Mr. Milford Quimby Vocational Agriculture Mrs . Okla G. Mitchell Business Education Mr. Faxon Stinnett Industrial Arts and History I ,fc .gl 4 '2' 'B Q 'E Q K1 I f 1 X 'Sl21'Y X u X fs f Mrs. George Morton Junior High Mr. Bill Price, jr. Junior High Mrs . Dan Sharp junior High 3 Us lei 4 4- N f y H K .A t ..,,,.. W- .. 3 3 il A ' ' f l : ' 51 V Ii- Sponsored by MR. NOBLE STEWART State Representative Sequoyah County Mr. Frank Thornton Geography and Science Mrs. H. W. Branscum English and Speech Mr. Gerald Blankenship Mathematics and Coach Miss Pat Hurst Vocational Home Economics ,sg : -A ' "1 3.-cr fl Mr. Allison King Junior High Mrs. Gerald Blankenship Junior High Mr. Jimmy Rogers Junior High Mrs . Dorothea Beavers Music 'i ar 'lvl I If , . - :Q ,R W "1 l . vs, lf Sponsors Mrs. H. W. Branscum Mrs. Okla G. Mitchell ,J Seniors Glenda johnson Leon McCoy Edna Ballard Martin johnson Glyndle Pope jerry Cawhorn Ruth Moss Carl Lee Margie Speck Class of 1955 Liane Wheeler Tommy Young Billie june Taylor Alan Thompson Wanda Hefton Tommy Quinton Vonnie Damron Talmage Pack Freddie Ballard if 'V z .mix L I 1 Class Vice President Roy Skaggs Seniors Bill Thompson Barbara Lou Holder J. T. Uakel Skaggs Barbara Ann Fine Louise Houston Lester Cargill Bill Capps Betty jo Faught Tommy McCreight fps , I , .Q , 1-' 'f is I ". 7 ix H vi I I . it nf l ,J at A .A :..5'? Z' l H if g o n ,Q W f.' Seniors Who's Who Most Trustworthy Best Athlete Most Handsome Boys Prettiest Girl . . Most Likely to Succeed Most Studious Friendliest Nearest Wittie st Best Behaved Most Ambitious Most Courteous Most Popular Biggest Flirt Noisiest Girl Boy Girl Boy Girls Boy . Girl BOY Girl Boy Girls Boy I Girl BOY Girl BOY Girl Boys Girl BOY Girl Boy Girl Boy Girl Boy Class of 55 Freddie Ballard Bill Capps Barbara Lou Holder Alan Thompson Talmage Pack and Donald Richards Louise Houston Liane Wheeler and Glenda Johnson Tommy McCreight Freddie Ballard Bill Capps Glyndle Pope Carl Lee Glenda Johnson and Margie Speck Bill Capps Barbara Lou Holder Bill Thompson Freddie Ballard Talmage Pack Betty jo Faught Tommy McCreight and Tommy Young Freddie Ballard Talmage Pack Margie Speck Leon McCoy Ruth Moss Donald Richards Margie Speck Roy Skaggs 3 i 2 W L, li 'D H4 A' 3 N Ly .,ri1,.v -3 w . 1 " fi f x' ' l I 1 .4 .W J J 2 3 6 s " -- X ' , 1' - George Worley, Margaret Daily, J. C. Crum, Kenneth Harris john Smith, Billy Sam Thomason, Charlene Walker, james Spencer Donald Earl Mullican, Charles Peoples, Bobby McNutt, Christine McCoy, jimmy Leaf, Richard Murphy 'lf uniors o Q e' 'L , l. A f PX! I I9 if W , P' 3 "X, 1 X it X 1 , 'W A T X X ii , 5 , i f " . fd Cleo Leaf, jackie Speer, Paul Roark, Shirley Blevins, Bobbie Richards, Harold Rowe Patsy Wright, Leon Davis, jerry Bennett, Joyce Wells Dale Hefton, Lawrence Noel, Patsy lsham, Leo Breashears Q I n Jig ,L X . f I' ,lf ' Q ti, fy 1, u if 'lxf' .- nf -1 4 X A Burl Pope Ronald Lee Polly Alexander Thelma Skaggs Q as 3 X . Q 4 -lf-f' LeRoy Ray Robert Robertson Lola May Ray Pat Ellis If A4 t M james Seay ' ' Ferrin Moss Leland Griffin Sophomores 4' ' 'bfi an , :- , U AIA , 3' 4 A ,-u ! v W? fi ." A fl l 1-2 ,, L . D. Sandlin ,- J, 1 l , I I 3 A. A , R S : sf .1 5 fr 1 415, 2' ' ,si n. av . v r x ,J ry '3 f B Rema Lou Houston james Murphy Pattie Thompson 3 A Norman Spencer Opal Smith Willie Mae Peoples Barbara Wright Billie joe Daniels Johnnie Baker Leon Pack ,Z Emma Zoe Thomason junior Simmons Pansy Barton 'of f A WILLA SKAGGS CARIA COURTNEY GENEVA F ORBUS Athletics Barbara Lou Holder WOLVERINES "TAKE ORDERS" FROM THE COACH Ruth Moss .t ll I if' ,F ,A f E N I O R S HOMECOMING DAY FINDS THE WOLVERINES IN ACTION Alan Thompson THREE MO RE OF OUR SENIORS Sponsored by CHEEK'S JEWELRY STORE Sallisaw Oklahoma B1111e Iune Taylor Donald "Short" Richards Football .p RX .X M-Y Captain Alan Thompson GRIDIORN SEES VICTORIES - LOSSES DATE Sept. 10 Sept. 17 Sept. 24 Oct. 1 Oct. 7 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Co-Captain John smith SCHEDULE GAME Vian- Sequoyah Vian- Lincoln, Ark . Vian- Haskell Vian- Panama Vian- Poteau " B" Vian- Coweta Vian- Hartshorne Homecoming Vian- Spiro PLACE Vian Lincoln Vian Panama Poteau Coweta Vian Vian SCORE 6-0 4-6 7-7 33-0 13-24 0-0 0-20 12-20 V.H.S. Basketball Teams ': ' Ta: , . v :- ""'e. fl., ' .,-- --if -A A 3, , L, :. C Thornton, Guard: Smith, Guard: Moss, Forward: Thomason, Forward: Simmons, Forward: Gordon, Center: Leaf, Forward: Murphy, Center: Thompson, Guard: Richards, Guard: Gilbreath, Forward: Pack, Guard: Coach Blankenship. T. Skaggs, Forward: Isham, Guard: Moss, Guard: W. Skaggs, Guard: Hutchings, Forward: Morris,Forward: Blevins, Guard: Taylor, Forward: Thompson, Guard: Holder, Forward: Coach Blankenship. Organizations and Activities y ,, .. , tu A .at A, vi ,, ii s-,., ,ff xp, , 4 I . -, ,V ,,..,5y,. ,f ,V -ww.: H VM- -Q- f ne- X' H? . . ..-T . . sf-mpc. W M' '5- . ZW, . ,V bl? s'r"lNdr1hs - ru' v QUEEN" MARGIE AND HER ATTENDANTSN 9 Q I X s Y 2 . 5 , A-24' n is Aix , 4 . Q www, Y uv- - M "QUEEN" DEE ANN REIGNS PEPETTES ON HOMECOMING FIELD in I ' A .AL Sponso d b THE VIAN STFXTEYBANK 4 .- .u . ,,4, mfs " . 5 ji i G! ,,Q+'7?'4 , NW? TL I Qual a.1'n.,f-05 'Wolverine Quan 'Dee Jfnn 'Bynum YMAKFRS, X n ,,,Q'I " mx Nfw H -row my 1 Y Q? 2 U ?f- y 'fi 2: Mi xx "4 IZ X I O? 4 P w fo O J 1 P :uv-:mn V-H3 ig lf'-1""-""" 1 liilqli y gui ..- 1 , 111111 afilfswf 1 erm F.H.A. OFFICERS Ada June Morris. President Jackie Speer, Vice President Bobbie Richards, Secretary Patsy Wright, Treasurer Emma Zoe Thomason, Parliamentarian Betty Io Faught, Historian Polly Alexander, Reporter Shirley Blevins and Patsy Isham, Barbara Ann Fine. Pianist Miss Pat Hurst, Advisor Kilflfvil-L.-nil his re will 1 guna 4:1 Song Leaders Advisor 10 A r-1104. 'P AOCFAFAE ., 0' MIR: f cy 'I ' QQ gf41"f,-03 5 , - li',, I I s ff CA 'ffkfixf , '7.n 5' S X' A - - xi - 1 74 H Milford Quimby 1 -X 4, J Clifford President Leon McCoy V . President Don Mullican Secretary We Learn by Doing Things Ready for a Field Trip Billy S . Thomason Treasurer Burl Pope Reporter Leo Breashears Sentinel Sponsored by BROCKMAN'S STORE x I I. air Y.. QP -V 'U 4' 'A 70' .- " un-' v E u -2,1 'E -f 'I.':::: ' S , "ix - "W ' 'i'.:x A Q 1 if , X 5 +7 , Q lm M A , 0 ,. Y I a 6: 'I , Q H I I , , Q. A LJ M' Q, a 91' fx "We're Learning to Live Together" e +- STOP! LOOK! LEARN A LESSON F ROM US s-lm I W' 'L 1 4 H IL 1 l .U . I -4 .K le, Wolverine sraff Hard at Work Miss Margie Speck, Advertising Manager, sells advertising "by mail." VNE PRACTICE , if K WE MAKE THINGS 'P- WE PLAY WE STUDY WE TAKE TURNS WE LEARN BY DOING J I' af' uf'x'g nu' FIFTH HOUR PRACTICE PERIOD 3, 3155 - 'I-fo , AT WORK IN THE LIBRARY BUYING IN THE SCHOOL CAFETERIA HOMECOMING F ESTIVITIES -T 055 'M' In I ' ,iww A DAY IN THE ADVERTISING FIELD 4-we 'HERE WE GO ON THE MERRY'GO-ROUND' -...,,, WE FIND IT FUN TO PLAY FINISHING A LESSON IN ART -RJ , ,Z .W-----',ji': , -ls . noi ffl!-X . j X 2 These men are our friends. They have traveled miles and miles to aid us in the learning process. "Goodness never lost no matter who performs it or where. " Q-ru! One of our first steps in learning to live together is learned through play. Senior play cast in "Sing for Your Supper" Senior Play: The two meanies in "Sing for Your Supper' ,fx nm,-.,,,.,x-,X A London Bridge proved to be a popular game in the nursery school Activity stimulated through ac- tion songs. 1 0 4 -' wa X . . A3 ! 'V 4 ,W 1 ' 1 1 ,L Q Q Creative art through model ing clay in the Home eco- nomics nursery school. 'if- zak- nf ' X ' A O F1rst Grade TEACHERS: Mrs. Gardner Griffin and Mrs. Lucy Lee Richards. TOP ROW: Eugenie Brumley, Steven Howell, Paul Martin Johnson, Gene Leaf. sl 'A f ' ' E- V A 4 3 Ya 1 Y x ' A .4-A ' ..l K ' R In K J 'Jai I 14, Ai F P I " 5 " N ,z -an A A A MN, . . ' -1 ii , 'V - . 1 5 I ll -J --.7 ' , J ' Q' L 3 J 5 'A 1,1 J V . + ' an 'ff "' " 4 -A "' A K 4 as -A 'xx fx .-x 11 -JA X l I X AR A -0 ..,l X, ' A 5' .ff 1 fi s J ,fa l f if a N - .S ' - I A A Q an A , em ,, 3 ' k' Q Q A y 4 A n R L .' XJ L. f 0 or . , - , f 1 ,, 4 y, ,. A A 'F A' C ,A A -f . - . , A . ' ', I . ,, , - r ' l A -0 I -o 'A I. 5 .40 . 9 'L "Y".'x -'- ' v 4 .ae ' .ff K -6 Q . -, ' v 4 rr Q, ' 4 M .5 . -' A we , -- f: fa- ' 'I M 5 ! , 1 , ' ROW TWO: Goodlow Tootle. Jimmy Smith. Judy Anderson, Louie Gene Wells. Gayle Hom, Vincent Locust. ROW THREE: Sarah Locust, Katherine Morton, Linda Thornton. Ioy Ann Roach, Johnle Armer, Jeloria Owens. ROW FOUR: Donald Hardin, Jimmie Lou Scoggins, Barbara Daily, Glenda Walker, Johnle Peoples, Francis Wisdom. ROW FIVE: Paul Wayne Baker, Ella Mae Craighead, Julie Bennett, Judy Bennett, Della Faye Warren, Melvin Walters. ROW SIX: Jimmie Capps, Pamellla Harris, Robert Cogburn, Jimmy Dale Pratt, Brenda Lee Young, David Johnson. ROW SEVEN: Pearllne Crowson, Wilma June Oualls, Clay Morris, Magebracht Young, Raymond Yahola, Pamela Williams. First Grade DOWN: Leon Duty, Ronald Skaggs, Gene Carey. Christine Thornton. ACROSS: Theresa Stovall, Rita Jo Pruitt. Luetta Duty, Jim Lohman. 5 P, Carl Lee White, David Lee Patterson, Alice B. Smith. Norman McCoy. .A ag M31 J G 3 ggi. 1 f 1 H , -an ft- . t tk M C if A 73' 3 ,3 , rf 'Q . s fi, A N. I l 1. It A ., -- I' ' 12 S, "' 1:-.I , -I 0 'V -A X 'E 'Y . Teacher: Miss Joyce Hurst it ' . if . 5 n. . -0 1 ' I , 1, . - V ,Q , 1 S . - . ' .. ' Q, 1 Q I , I E - Ps 1 I ,. r x lily? 4q.lI'J.4.? Murel Copeland T. W. Houston G Herman Teehee a ' L 'J ,, 2 , t , 'lib f ' L K i .nm I J ' ,' Sammy Courtney Louella Holt James Carlile Shirley Harris J "' 1 " ,ff y Y - A " .vw , 1 . A 3 Geraldine Leep Duwayne Ray Jerry Duty Mary Edna Bennett 'N -9 W ati GW, .4 5 ft it M Betty Grass Joanne Simon Margaret Bush 'th wa .vi Nannie Locust -A to 3 A if X .' TI -Q' XA. . 1 -A 5 l Richard Armstrong I I N ' i . -Tit Mary Patterson 1 4 A 5 'TX' I. , George Holeman , 5 isa- . is ' 5,5 Johnny Ellis '.. Carl Atmel Donna Clark D3 ..-5, Elizabeth Dlnaeller 'ff Ruben Morton F'-, Second Grade Donald Mn. Perble Lynn Ballard Pack . ff ' .S if , I C ! A , Carolyn Comic Comer Counney Lind: Rosa Galatlan Kennedy .,r It -1 Amold Bob Qualla Smith Ronnie Anna Courtney Cupp .-- .JSF-' ' "" -- ll," .-Q ' if of f- if Lesalle Jimmie Locust . . MCCFW -. C V 'ffqt'. f Q Q S Ce 'C f . In xii 4 Q Lf ' V' , , 1 Johnny Ned Walters Williams Sponsored by B. B. THOMPSON SCHOOL SUPPLY 436- 38 Court Street Muskogee. Oklahoma Phone Murray 2-0665 "Think of 'l"hompson's when you think of School Supplies" fi! 2 so Q-lx Robert Crowson 1 -4- . -' . jf A 1'l Danny Henning I 11 Nona Qualls s nd lf l Jackie Webster . qs. ,Q Sue Everso le Third Grade Y 5 3 . f"' f I ll ' 'E I . Q ' K Mrs Billie Catron B Q ei . Lois Kennedy William Blevins Sue Baker Nancy Capps f 'f I Q by -' -C? A .. L f 'I V I' I, B ,J , , if " ' 'F ' A A ' Q - 6 A ' ' ' vi 'I A A -4 4 Jerry wincle Ruby Adney Raymond Caseboldt Mary Ballard L. A. White f 51 ' ' 1 V V ' Q , 1 . l K I: 1 , 'Q ev 1 h . W W h y .ef -K J' ,Q I 7, - .-. f f , r aft- if RH I - . V Marion walker Beverly Reeves Jimmy Sumpter Freda wilson Joyce Armstrong 4 , 5 1 -if Q B A d I A 1 . X e . N 1' . 1 ' ' . 1 . ll , l "' , Al' A A l as or if f Z Nancy Jones Billy Scoggins Don Brockman Patsy Ford Anna Mae Brown 1 - Q - ' -0 ' i Q 5 ...QU ,, - ff , . ' X , , -' X V1 I . ,J , 4, .eb Q 10, t -1 ' 2 R-ffixi 7 X lm.-3 4.. 11 Lola Anderson Haden Barnoskie Evelyn Roach Mavies Arme l' Ronnie Dunn Jane Gossert x i' '3' X, t , XS L 4 , , Archie Sayers Alice Sequlchie ,a I. I Q A lv 'V 2 f S4 .f'!fw B Doyle Craighead A lic e Ross his Q 1 Henry Morris THIRD GRADE r fo 15 .3 Q' , sr 6 i ,wa L l I Oliver McCoy 4' off Charles Craighead -0 I ,X J, Bobby Patterson -. . 4 Roberta Brown I. ' Q 'Z I, V x 4 1 Maze Barton S v' ,Q Truman Patterson Iune Craighead A v La, ' Virginia Armer Fourth Grade my n X i -- ' ,- N N Q N' I , A 9, - ,ix 5 4 E ' ' in Robert Morris Iohnny Sequlchie Walter Thompson Loyd Davis I ,Q ffl f ' 7' a , , ' , - ' fi. T N ' '25 R X rr. . K 4 1- I - . Sue Adney Ralph Holeman Woodrow Crowson Helen Webster e ' E -v ' - -..uw - ' ' 1 9. J ' Eddie Taylor Dora White Ioe Capps George Callie 0 I . 1 f D. K. Isham William Hougland Irene Morris Bill Leaf 'W , ta rn E f' 1 - 1 Aux l . Rider Dirueller Mar tha Ballard Robert Iohnfson Mrs. Edna Martin .33 5 .' 9 . Dallas Qualls f J Arthur Adney ni IL' nl' Iohnny Foster Lovella Morris wi- E Q Ai '-ugh: Q' , ' 351 , ' 4 - 7' "n L V ' ,N 513 .V y .l 25' Evelyn Cogburn Mrs. Milford Quimby Q Y Brenda Cotner U' . rl 1 Mamomla R. Wladom -s 'U ' 1 .W - Sharon Tyler '-o Melody Reeves fur' .4 I Gladys Czalgheld .1 - .vm Carl Asher fi A Ronald Young A. Patrlc la Patteraon A Gale Fern McCoy K 1 'W . A 44 m Bllly Pat Reynolds Fourth Grade 4 to ' " aw K s A F ai Freda Hayes Cogburn Copeland 0 4 ' 'D V -A f , 41.211 1: B.. Francis Din Craighggd Sheffield ' lo ,M F A. . + Marvin Roy Lee Patterson Summerlln A af' F- 1 Q .A X 'lx 1 L . Franklin Olds Tehee Locust Q. 1 ki I H ' -. ' to 1 Jackie Nettle Mae Stovall Gordon ' "5 , I ki ix Raymond W. blarcle Smith Smith Sponsored by NOBLE STEWART, State Representative Sequoyah County " -4 I Paul A. Bennett -Q L! I, Fannie Walter! ri .3 -v Patricia Wells lf of X it 'l 4 Jerry Smith 7s Q Dora Keck S ally Flne QC Wanda Truet! ,S A. .aa J '. 9 4M Carrie Smith fr o 'Q . .5 . f-0 1 Charles Webster .40 Y' Sb A Johnny Hickman ' an J . William Dale Duty Fifth Grade 4N-L Johnny Mamie Smith Copeland F " . a - X 5 Wanema George Neol Spencer w- -x' ,4 , - S rr - , L -1 ri ,A 1 xx ,fx Gerald Jluth Ellla Faught 'Ia Alice James Rhley Wisdom v .74 John Max Vera Traw 5113835 Mrs, Creekmore Teresa Brockman V- ax, Calvin Sumpter Q Arlene Allen W'-W Jimmy Seay Lok Iudy McCoy Young was Dorll ' Pruitt 5 Q.-, .fy Joh! Creekmore ii , Q ,' Gwendolyn Smllh ff!" ,Ai K A S Jimmy Davis m Norma Bennett 1 Barbara Williams 'Ii ' A X X Linda McCarty fly Barney Barnes kie 4 , Margie Maddox 6, .fe ! l Don Walters Sponsored by VIAN STATE BANK Vian, Oklahoma ,.. , 4 A8 Robert Jones i QQ 'A '! K :JN . Lewis Pennow vs, Av. .-. Hopeful Locus: ' J' David Bennett ' 5 ..-no 1 1 Rurh Hickman 4 I ' 'M 'ill it ' ' . lb I 1 ..f I Q Alle' 2? at ta IBVCU Geo. Mrs. K.E. Wayne Merrill Morton Protzman Cralghead ' ,V A 'gi A K rg I " Y 5 ,. . it I .rm 4 , f il 'H ,--K ," l David Shirley Ann Lorene Melburn Anna Mae Thornton CuPP Johnson Gordon Offalter 4 , y A , ' , .S 4: ' ', A I Y Q '9 A 5 . t ' 1.4 v - t :M J , vt. W. fn r r A we Peggy Kenneth. Geary Maridel Kent David Wallace Crum James Webster Trotter ..' if rf' .4 V , 0 IO , ' r .L - X L A , ,4 ,, xv I X ,4 X I Iohnxon Mary Roy Lee Sue Drywater Grass Dunn seoggins S' th Grade ' H' 5. it A 5 Y ' 4 A - ,k ' X 5 . '- 1' V X I r I 15 I' Mr. Calvin Geneva lame: Ellsie Tommy Craighead Peoples Skaggs McCoy Thompson l J, A I I lv Nw: , ly W ' f Q vi ' L." x f ' GH' J f l lEf'f'Qf3h?1 "':. 4 ' . I rf 3-' J' h ,aw A M - - no of Goodlow Mildred Jerry Carrie william Young, lr. Murphy Edwards Skaggs Baker W Lizzie Morris LQ , James Anderson ,..i ,Y f A A N: -. 'Yrr Harold Jones -ii - J JR Charles Harris Sarah Leaf Linda Brown ,ur 4' , -Y-1 1 'fr . f Q, ' , :F I lr A he ' l f X A .' Thomas Margaret Johnny Nora Joshua wells Isham Johnson Brown Locus: 5 . '96 A , T v -3' V U y. Y A A , . . Q yy., 7 r ' a A l' Blll Mary Geneva Juanlra Juanita Smith Richards Wright Brown Smith 4 ,J 'O if Vilene Sharon Lois Evelyn Mary E. Capps Gorsett McCoy Forbus Smith ' H' h S th G d ., - A, X' . f " , L K K 1 I aff A My 1 ,li - I - flk l Buford Louis Linda Edwards Joyce McCoy Locust Mans Capps McCreighx T 'fe 1 W A 5 , 10 L fq Y y , Y 9, l 5. if T A - ' .. A' ,N in - Georgia Marie Perry Danny Leonard Webster Dunn James Galatlan Craghead QT he ii' ' f 4 e ,y,' T ' ' l fill . 1 , 4 I 41" fl Dolly Ierry Lou Ann Jlme, Thelma Wa lien Gllbreath Swimmer Murphy Cogburn 6 1 Linda Cotner ,3 'F I' . I erry Tyler 'gba .', .4 X Neil Bynum i. .I J Thomas Davis Lorene Crum P1 . - f, .A ,. my a Cecil Dunn Wanda Io Brown 0 ph as 1 v v I .-t I oe Bennett I' I I . IC iff 'l Olen Kennedy 4 , I Fred Patterson .S lr, Meda Rose Baker 8 Bill Casey pa tg! Johnny I ones A I A by E. N3 ' ' Merle Scoggins fl I Dorothy Ann McCoy is .VA 6 Donald W . Ray 13 -.-ua Ronald Baker I Bessie Lou Cuty Q I Hazel Lois Spencer Craghead as -gr -Q ,,... 4- . ' ,fi wil ' 1 V"-it A f A Danny Martha Ann Cole Moss iraq I ,i ' 'S' R ,A-gftfplih' A James Lloyd Creekmore Kennedy 'Q . Elva I can Shirley Blevins Callahan E' hth Grade - ' A ' B ' L Irma L. Nina Breashears Wolfe B5 A 4-' Nancy Henry Faught Gordon Sponsored by VIAN LUMBER COMPANY Jack Horn, Owner 3 . Ar Jerry Johnson frm. 'Y Alvin Walker 5 -5 .-'sr x M Virginia Brown .af- jj' I s Dan William: fm -Q '1 Alta Mae Brown ls. .v rt Johnny Harris A . .5-i David Young I.. A Daniel Walker . 3' 4- ,A Johnny Gordon 0 Dee Ann Byntun .Q l., t Wilml Holt 4 das Jimmy Isham ia james McCoy Norene Morris .C Judy Smith Q' le , Berniece Truetl Q n fr 25 Louie Isham . ,ia . I J. C. McCoy ni C A Jimmie D. Pack Margaret! Smith A N Y, 4' 3 'Q' X Myron Venable Q... 1? his Ciara Jo Shirley Jennings Jones is S 1- K . ly' . , ' Nancy Carl McCrary Maddox 4, et It J , 'Q 3, , - if - . , , A . , 4, K ,W X wr ' ,..f,fQ3f Lovell Donald Pope Quinton 'U . X Q 144 V 3 A Mary John Smith Speer, Jr, A .Q I, Q . . A, X Patsy Sue Twist Wells "Music Hath Charm to Soothe the Ear" 'R Frankie King Iannie Maddox Ja .A ., Eugene Smith fs 4 A ifred Summerlin I 3 -A Clarence Land '9r Xu' Mary K. Marrs ii if Iohonor Smith Mary Thornton 1 al- p "Seeing is Believing" Y- in' 'x'-:- 1. - Q I x 'Q , --r X Billy Andrews A . Sherry Bloomer lg Jimmy Don Edwards like W ands Hutchings LW. Billy Leep nv ' df. 'M ' -,rf-Y f 1 wx ,I .r - .. 'fr' st v,3.,"',,.f ll ffwiiyf , Q l .-Fggwm l 'rg-L A raygfbb , tw., ' , v '. . 4 Selmer Morrls M " f Loretta Ballard L. Bo o A Robert Brown .k,Q ui Q Q George Ellls 5 1 Bert Iames Iimmle Lowe .ms it 'df r , Lloyd Murphy Freshmen Josephine Barton 1 Corinne Buster .ii I Ioan Eversole r t Ray Iohnson A 6, Bllly Tyler , 'Sir .,- 4' N. r 'ii' lx .1 Benny Nolsey K . Bill Bennett A0 K 3 Barbara Cargill Berry Foster me 3 x " Bobby: Leaf at l. A, Don Mize A V Joe I ack Bennett 'Q fo . v j , George Tramell 4 V. I Jimmy Hamilton ,gr Q: 1 -I Dennis Lee Barbara Mannon W. 1. xr Barbara Blevins IO '39 Sadie Darnron I Melba Io Hefton .6 I. I Ruby Lee Qu . .1 Dale Morris ri! F an A . Dorothy Jessie Sandra O'Nea1 Patterson Pack 'O 1 Ilmmy Pope ' .0 J 5 Kennith S luggs -uf B -.4 . l 1 I. B. Comer . 4 ,gl f .1 A Dora Ouallx Pauline Smith . 4- 'I Lewis Venable .M Q, L- -, i. H W K, . 1 el 4, Betty Charles Richards Risley S ff in . -P'-9 4 2 2 ,. I Bertha Bob Spencer Spencer ff , .yln . A. C. Miriam Young Whiuenburg Y mimi W 54 ,.. W if ' i l Fern Roark L Mary Ann Stegall .I Beatrice Mc Farland rg, IV' IL? ' if "All work and no play would make jack a dull boy.' Pauline Robertson 4 1, Z fl 4 Delano T aylor Anna Lou Sandlln . 9193 Q, ,F ,Ib J ,, if . Bynum Sponsored by xl ,BROCKMAN'S STORE Our Temple of Learning When love and skill work together, expect a masterpiece - - Ruskm f Iii his fmt We've found Life great, and thanks dear friends and teachers We stand here on the threshold of tomorrow WISER for what you have taught us, STRONGER because of problems you have forced us to solve, More PATIENT .because of errors you have made us rectify: Our VISION clearer because of things you have shown us, More TOLERANT because we have known temp- tation and trial, HAPPIER because we have known success and triumph in a measure, More HUMBLE because we also have known heart break, HOPEFUL that the future will bring something of victory Because the past has brought something of under- standing, And now - wise teachers. counsellors, and friends Thank you, and may God bless "you al1" --- Seniors of '55 Autographs k T Take my book and sign ' - your name Hand me yours, I'11 do the same Think of something brilliant Think of something bright Think of something simple Butjustbe sure towriue. 4 'Y rm 'fpuxs' PRI- q ,yea waw.' Congratulations, Seniors We're Wolverine Boosters 55555555 . Faye A. Randolph, Co. Supt.. Schools, Sallisaw, Oklahoma . LV. Bowling, School Attendance Supervisor, Sequoyah Co. Bill Brockrnan, Sequoyah County Tax Assessor Vemon Scott, Sequoyah County Clerk . Carl Ballinger, Sequoyah County Court Clerk . Carlin Rogers, Sallisaw, Oklahoma Owen B. Taylor, Route 1, Vlan, Oklahoma Wheeler Mayo, Sallisaw, Oklahoma Carleton Gr Floyd Furniture, Sallisaw, Oklahoma Shelton Feed Store, Sallisaw, Oklahoma Mr. Iohnnie Marrs, Chief of Police, Salllsaw, Oklahoma Tubb's Taxi, Salllsaw, Oklahoma Toler's 5 and 10e Store and Beauty Shop, Sallisaw, Oldahoma Remer's Frozen Food Locker Plant, Sallisaw, Oldahoma Dr. Charles L. White, Sallisaw, Oklahoma Mr. Jess King, Sequoyah County Treasurer, Salllsaw, Oklahoma Mayo 8: Company, Sallisaw, Oklahoma Mr. Dale Byrd, Salllsaw, Oklahoma Mrs. O. H. Smith, Salllsaw, Oklahoma Mr. R. L. Snyder, Salllsaw, Oklahoma Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hester, Salllsaw, Oklahoma Mr. Murray L. Newman, Muskogee, Oklahoma Sequoyah County's Sheriff and Deputy Mr. Paul Carlile, Salllsaw, Oklahoma Mr. A.W. Cllne, Sallisaw, Oklahoma Mr. Jess Ross, Co. Clerk-Elect, Salllsaw, Oklahoma Mr. E.W. Floyd, Salllsaw, Oklahoma Mr. Frank QTlckeyJ Green, Sallisaw, Oklahoma Mr. Wade Lovern, Salllsaw, Oklahoma E . I. Fred Green, Sallisaw, Oldahoma Iean's Beauty Shop. Vlan, Oklahoma Faye and Bobby Anderson, Vlan, Oklahoma Dr. T.F. Harmon, Salllsaw, Oldahoma Mr. and Mrs. W.T. Taylor, Rt. 1, Vlan, Oklahoma 5555 UU :B C-nn '-ao aa 5: all 30 gm P 55. 53 o 55 5-F oo 5: 'S' O 5 D . and Mrs. I. C. C0nnel1eyQVian Telephonej Vlan, Oklahoma BJ. Traw, Vlan, Oklahoma 5 . and Mrs. H.W. Branscum, Vlan, Oklahoma Mrs. Okla G. Mitchell, Salllsaw, Oklahoma Mr. and Mrs. Ed Holt, Vlan, Oldahoma B.B. Thompson, Muskogee, Oklahoma Brockman's Store, Vlan, Oklahoma Vlan State Bank, Vlan, Oldahoma Mr. Noble Stewart, Salllsaw, Oldahoma Mr. Bamey Cheek, Salllsaw, Oldahoma Mr. and Mrs. Jack Horn, Vlan, Oklahoma .gh 2 ui WC!! Congratulations q Seniors of Vian High School SWIWH9 600414 FINEST ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT!!! I I LARGEST FRAME SELECTION!!! SENIORS OUR SPECIALTY!!! ""'il7ise" swnnos - SENIORS ni' ,H '15 I Our Very Best Wishes to You 25 YEARS EXPERIENCE!! so VERY DEPENDABLE!! 'vida 564406 ENID, OKLAHOMA e mf! ew HMM -:Famous For:- Creosotecl Forest Products Hot Rolls Fence Posts Born Poles Homemade pin Poles and Piling Counews service Telephone SPring 5-4667 Phone SPring 5-2627 Sallisaw, Olrla Sallisaw, Oklahoma Tom and Hazel King Mervin E. Barlrer Superintendent DEPENDABLE 704eelez 7cazeml Wanna Sallisaw, Oklahoma 77Zaa6leStou6 Agriculture Limestone 'Our Land Needs Limestone' R. C. 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