Vinita High School - Hornet Yearbook (Vinita, OK)

 - Class of 1950

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A- lll X ll l l Y X' W' Lx fn 'K Mid ll- yf , g ,,, Z' ff 39" f f 1 , -' il HY' x They enluven pep assemblues and foofball games lhey brung honor fo ihe school ai slale and duslrucl' conlesls fhey have +he besr loolcung lwurlers un fhe slale of Oklahoma and from somewhere +l'uey musler lhe slrenglh lo reporf for eughf o cloclc pracluce consusfenfly Thar us why we wush fo recognuze lhe members of fhe Vunu+a Hugh School Band By 'lheur confunually uncreasung 'rechnucal abululy 'lhey gaun admuraruon wu+h lheur varuecl reperloure lhey creale unferesl and enlhusuasm because of 'fheur hugh slandards of perform ance and membershup fhey meruf respecf For suslauned excellence un performance and for conhnual progress forward 'lhe slalf of fhe annual pays 'frubu+e 'lo mem bers of fhe Vunufa Hugh School Band and fo lheur versahle durec for Ray Cravens To lhem lhus I950 Hornel' us enfhusuasfucally deducaled 3 ll I 4111 ,ff-jgsia? ,lg X g Z :gg g?i'2-- fi G R Grulun Jfuuuuuudf XDNIINIQFRATION G R Gruffun superunfendenl of schools moved 'lo Vunufa un July I949 comung from Welch Oklahoma where he was superunfendenf of schools Thus us hus eughfh year as superunfendenf of schools and hus 'lursf year af Vunula He has been a class room feacher pruncupal and superunfendenl of schools for 'lhe pas? eughreen years He receuved has B A Degree -from Norfheasfern Slafe Teachers College and hus M S Degree from Oklahoma A Xu M College af Shllwafer Oklahoma .. 'N G l. Conner hugh school pruncupal came from Faurvuew Oklahoma where he had served as hugh school principal for +he pasl' rhree years. Mr. Conner was also high school pruncipal of Beggs and Pryor High schools and served eighl' years as superinfendenl' of schools. For 'lhree years previous 'lo 'lhis he was a classroom ieacher. He holds 'lhe B. A. Degree from Nor+heas+ern Slafe Teachers College and fhe M. S. Degree from Okla- homa A. 8u M. College ai Sfillwafer Oklahoma. G. L. Conner P!'1!1L'lD.1l wr Laura Caflin I-211.11m Ag Spa 'vi .Q ,I g, 'Ulm-Q. . ,ii k Marie L. Hunf Elxulnh -V Mznmcrnzirzf Alleyne Lair Hlatory A: Enghah .1' FAl'ULTY : Q F , - J ' .., B ' x 4' . 5 ' A s X- 1 NF' Aim Ray Cravens Grace D+:-Lay r ,e,.r .x' ll. .2 C'w!:l11.u:4z' ,vw-1. . , 'f qi Af Q , X 1 Fred J. Haworfh Slwp Harley H. Kersey Don Krouse TNI Cu-ord1nav.n1 Drlvers Tllkillllllli .Kp Bznkvlball Cum-I1 di I Q7 George A. 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QENIURQ Qxgf your ,gif it 'sy www- Dushngun hed olfncers of Hwe cap n gowr class o 50 were S andrng Mrs Ann a s sponsor Jack Terrall vnce presndenl Mass luanna Mabery sponsor Sealed Tommy Relneard presldenf Carole Slaubus secrelary 'rreasurer Lovs Ann LcForce s uden cooncnl represen a ve Sma Lou Vanover reporfer Miss Mabery explamung a humorous mcndenf Tommy Reheard presudes whale Carole Slau of English Lnferaiure whsle Carole Sfaubus lls bus 'lakes +he mlnufes of a Sensor class meehng +ens mfenfly , , k R C' .--. 3 K. , 5 - f ' I 1 5 was 1 'v ""' .. . , I , ' r . 3 gang, ws 27 I , A M ,J ' " 's ' " . 519 : f ' , . S'll, co i . : 1 I . I I . A +- -I 1, I 5 +I l r" s Y . 0 5 . Q A I Z J ' I SI K '13 Q""'v is-.4 TOMMY ABBOTT JO ANNE BELL 'N N ff' Nw-.wif NOLA JEAN BRUMBAUGH cxxrirx I K I . ff i' i S S--lv' 'G' T' Ss DEXTER AKERS ED BAKER I H YN l Shop SAMUEL BRITTEN BILLIE BROWN S xu Mmdulr Jumm I 1 IP Pdrxrl I x I ImtoLrAp1 1 71" lik' if GERALD CASS HENRY CHASE hothxll Irv xc rn 1 f Z V f ! , -L . W . S 1 'I' .xv 1 S11-1-rl: Ok 1.1 1 as H1.:.m' 51.1 Hrihdxfrrvlil liflzwv f4f11.1"v L' 'I' A' I X an W ' ' 4' f Y 6 ' ' B- x A gf Im-4 Club CL: " . A 'R' ' 'Ram Lim C1113 il! f'NU'1'351 '-T215 r El ' ' 11 1 Sixmxrlmszm 5:11, mmm. I A I 1 '- ,, 1 1-5 1 X 'Q M. R Q , ' 1-.' ,V ., ffl A -' kg .. ,- Q P fx 0 L, . ., 1 Him Club 1' A- 1 ', 1 Mf' 'L 'T Jmnur I'l.1y " .lx1:.x0r Pimp -1' 5 i MARILYN CHILES Q :rf it MILDRED CHILES BUD CORBETT -an 'xr s...-v X LEONARD DALOUEST S 1 Q-QR BOBBY GENE DAVIS T ac 1 Q-f C 40' 1 P C l CAROLYN DAMRILL CLEO DANNE f 3 4. A- JEFF DAVIS GERALD olxow Basketball '1 ,Q mol fr If X S S i 'Q 1' ' . 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WILLENE HELTZEL ROBERT ICENBERGER MARY INCE A 41 iivux Open!! i ix ALICE ANN JOHNSON GEORGE KNOTIS ROSALEE KALLAM QP C I-ootb Il :br Haskclb Il Hp Club hp CHAD 0.1 Hui fi Hamri 'I' N I HM: du Bm. 1 I F N A ,vSf-migu' Wg 'Q Q Q! 4 ,I . S I 2 .- X Q . , no s ,f 'I' ' I I' II A .Wrrr-x.,:x Sh wr. 1 ' 1 ' -' I N X X - + - -1 5 1 A . I xg X . I' I TJIX f fo- 'HQ V If 'C' , " - If. T21 " ' 3 I fx .1 .K -js 5 A 'S W I 5 7 1 iffg - I ,., ' ' ' I is 11 . UI' ,Iuh ' :I P' II A L ary :. A 1. '1' ki '- " ,. l 'G qi Eu! Q gif JUNE LAWSON KENNETH LAWSON LOIS ANN LEFORCE Fw rlc ri IU if 3 ROBERT McCOMBS J1 r mr Hnfgfr Igasketball pw cy JOHN NATL Stude-nr Counrxl Baud F F A Iresxdv A1 on f N xr u SIA Hd! 0, Y W.-fd ..f Eg-:la --' -.1 332- JACK MILLISER PEGGY MITCHELL I lee Club Shop :ln 4 Q ' - i ' 1 .- V F '4 ROGER NAIL IMOGENE NEWLAND nd I I'f'SldP1I F. H- A- , K Pep Club showdown X JANET NEWLAND ml B A ld TOMMY REHEARD c 1 1104 W! GEORGE RUSSELL Football Hoya Suu Represenmtnxc PIPNIIIIPIII. ol Student Body mm VAN OWENS X 3' V'--v' SHIRLEY SEIGEL I A I Uifuf S1 mxdnvsx 1' 'NO LESTER REDMAN X- PEGGY REED N Lmnal Honor homely 'Nllldllll Head Libr nm KIKIAITUITIA Honor Sonny I I 'ws RUTH ROBERISON S vLd1v.1 CAROLE SHIELDS T AL I Ofhrrr Glec Club T A I Q I I? wb , , I I fn X 'of Q ' . I In R --V. I 0 e A. ' 'I If 3523? I I .J:'E"'. V, " I is XA I - -1 wx, I A If! . A 3 , . If 4 .' 5 1 , - wr kj i Aim ---f I Ju P155 T 'X' I I-'unllmll Showdown xx I.gm'1b":I 'Q ar' Q I 'P 5 R , ws I L, , - I 7 N J 5 , 4 r ggiv., A ii , Aidan :ISE A figs- 1 1535 Pre-K1d6'nl S4-xum' Class .':1 ' ' I IL.: II 'I' N I Yxrf- Pr -mm':.L .' 1 ' a 1 F II A FI. W" ' dvr ' 4 ' .' ' ' Shu I I IX 'SX 3 as -A , I. . I ci -1 ' I ' ' ' I ' I I I f I . 3,,.ig4 I' II 16. 'Y BOB SMITH T A 1 mmm nwkub 11 KJ ROY SMITH ROY SHOULTZ :K booth 11 houdmnx Bfnskf-tb 11 lmmr Play mn P A IN- CAROLE STAUBUS H A Prf me Uk nhfmf. Honrr Soc IIY ret rw 9 KW BOB STURDIVANT 1' K I Tumor PIM ANNETTE STEPHENSON ANNA LEE STEVENS T A X Bguld Band CUTS 'I 0 Jumol Play 'YV Q v my hr-P" BEVERLY TAYLOR JACK TERRALL Studrnl f r um 1 Bfmd Ax nual SLAH A Tumrl .n ug-9-sr I'-. 5 -ol ARVAG-ENE TRICKEY SINA LOU VANOVER I 3G Y 'L if BOB WALDROP UI: "Qfx"I if f har NOLAN WELLS MARILYN WILLIAMSON LLOYD WILSON Rm Irma! Pr: :df 6 2' 1 1 mr I if BOB WYLY Football Sfudious sfudenh of Senior English Bzmkvtball 'Y ri' I Guudnng fhe achvmes of fhe Jumor class are Bobble Poe vnce presldenf Ray Garde ireas urer Howard Mahanes presudeni Jerry Roberfson secreiary Carlene Newland S+uden+ Coun cul represeniahve Mrs Huni co sponsor Mary Lou Glenn reporfer Muss DeLay sponsor .IUNIURS 'fl -f 'R x X 5 -1 gf' rf 1 L. I , ' ' T, J 4 Q ol" , 7 4 4 ' f , 3 3 A .N 1 "' ' 1 5 , . n.:' 'Zn A ' Q 'l ...- 2 X x f i Q A ' x ' X J x I 3 L s x L A1 7' bid- 4 .4 ff. Leon Abboff Beny Baden Bessne Broaderlclr ue Brown Sue Brown Marva Jane Carrnco Alan Callxey Plmllup Bryan? 'f Mary Ellen Chase Bud Collins Mary Ann Coppedge Fred Cowardln I 9 4- ll Jerry Duxon Jane? Dougherfy 8eHy June Farrus Melbd een Burns Jon Cluerrmgfon Bull Davis Danny Fosfer Joe Brooks Delno Carman i Melvm Clause Jack DeArmon Edna Fry 3 .3 8 Q I 'f'3k 'five-If 'Q B ,y K A " N n 4' 3 -A H Q 1 ' 'A' ' o B ' I ll li A L " J l , .' .-f K 1 i' Q 'viii' I A I 1 I .31 Q N2 ' va -1' .Q ', I, X ,lx yu- ' I 4 ,nb 4 , 3 X 4 . . 1 ' A, A N! Garde Rnchard Herndon an 1' Melvun Kaup Kenneih McDonald Norma Leafh Murphy at 1 Mary Lou Glenn Mafgafe, Ann Grogan EVQIYV1 Sue Harmon Dorofhy Inman Dons James Dewey JOHNSON 'T Fay Ann Lafhrop Gladys Lesier Emagene Lounsbury Howard Mahanes Carlene Newland STGFIICY Mdfflfl Pafsy Mufchell Ruchard Oakes Do,-oihy ONeuIl Joan Harp Yvonne Kallam Donnie Lowe Sharon Moore Q Q 'I K Juanlfa Osborn 4 ., 4 I 4 J .s V , , ' , ' 5 Q I' . fn Ray U 3 A V 8 '9 2 S M - 1 I l ,ff , . 1 x. , .. e 1 -9 , 5' -6 :JW " ,' ef aa . f A" " LT' il Lf I ,La 4 '- -.I xx It I V X :xii I i - . J . l l 4 3 ,Q X1 'fa :!..I 1 Lewis Ownbey Roberf Polson Jerry Roberfson M .Q Maxune Terry v nn Rlfa Wilson Pafncaa Paddock Pefsy Powell Collns Smder BeH'y Vogel I 1 Roberf WIH Calvm Parks Wulda Prayfor James S+epl'1enson Bobble Warren als. M Phyllls Payne Bobby oe 3 Jimmy Rafcllff EvereH Redman 'i Franklnn Sferner Rflbeff Taylor in Joyce Weeks Margye Rufh Wulson i, Edlflu Woolman Pafrlcna Wynn James Yosf ' P vi a ' 3 f ' 7, . tx X - 4 , p A ll, fi I , 1 1 -,Q,," ff , 1 J , . .. . . P Q J ' 3 - , -, 1 .-5, ' L' 1, ' S K L I J A .fx L , ,A e 4 . , 4' , 9, - 4 I f 1 I . I' 0 Q A qv. 4 ' 4' I 4 J :sr 5 ' A 12,4 A QQ V X'f l l gf, f N l . 3 .l 5 1 L. Q 1 A- P -V! QA ' fi -J -f s 4 ' , SUPHUNIURI S 3 The mulhfarnous Sophomore class of l950 was led by Mrs Lair sponsor Denny Thomason Sfudenf Councnl represenfahve Leanne Siannslaus secrefary freasurer Frank Barley presldenf Larry Cason vice presldenf Iona Anderson reporfer 1 O' .4- 'Q Vurgmla Daniels Ray Duck Johney Snodderly ku A EL' ' ' f . , za 0 ' N ,N R U' Q . 1 I 8 5 X , X hd 'NA-'ef X E wg it 1 2 'F' M a ,y 4, I 1" Magdalene Adams Ehzabefh Bingham Gene Carroll Iona Anderson Lynn Bnffen 'Q Larry Cason arles Dall Adella Dawson Graeme Farmer Bud Fleming Roberi Averill Colleen Brown Tommy Clanlon Bennie Dixon Don Roy Gllberf 2 " Frank Barley Lawrence Bugher po Charles Cnsmon ack Donavanf Sl-nrley Gales 1-'Q Eddne Berry VT Beverly Carnes Mary Joe Coifon James Dreslier 1 f Geraldune Goms X l '3 H2 . X l H 1 fl' 9 if W A - 92 L' 1 it Y 'Q . 1 .9 2 ' X? , I ', "4 . ll L Ch ' ' ' ' J L W A .2 J' L - L -Q , K- IN. . 'J I A 5 ' Ola belle Goodpa sfer Beffye Hood Bef Lou Johnson Belly Sue Kenflwly 0 f Roberla Looney Pal Grayson IVN -of Barbara Howell Wullard Jones George Kefchum Sam Looney 'ir 6,4 Joyce Gruffrlh Wadze Hu+cl11nson Wnlma Jones Jolmanne Lelorce Sylvua Ann Nlagm Gene Hemphnll Duane lcenberger Barbara Jusfus vs Lewis Luppel Huberi Henderson Geraldune Jarrell Belly Jo Keener Luana Lomax Dannle Mann Russell Mcfflmfock -3 4 Q fr -X - ' " 9 ', 0 V', A . I 5 l I 2 tx , ky , , N 1 fy . . ,- N 9 X , -5 4 A ' ff, X 1 Margarel Mccombs James Moreland Raymond Pariam f l .I Margle Lee Rogers like a Pa+r1cna Shanahan Franlrlln McDonald Palrrcla Moore Glenn Pool A fp Walfer Rouse Bobby McGuire Sam Nelson -3" Edna Raulxfon Berf Sanders Oliver Shoulh Jumrny Slppy John McKulclx Mmme Mae Newland Ora Mae Rhodes C Coleene Sergel ob Mobley Lounse O Connor sl Charles Robinson 4 J 1 Wmnrfred Ammerman Bull Smlfh Slurley Smlfh A Q ' lr 'Z Q 0 V ' , K 1 . X . I , K , s vf-lf , Q I J, . . . . B c"' 'D , I 1 . ' , 1 , l 0 - 4 . X 1 K' Q f N I K A l 'E 'Z Z f X 1 I 4 5 'Q . ' :rj 8 X I yy 'l H , 1' ' so 4 2 ,Q 3 A 4 'Q "7 A Yr K X a in a 2 ,au Waleena Smllh Sue Sumner Ronald Thompson , 3 Helen Wells l I 5 A , 2 Jo Ann Sparks Paulme Summervnlle Denny Thomason Helen Wells ,Z Leanne Sfamslaus Karlene Tale Edlfla TroH Da e Slanley .I Barbara Terrall Elberf Tyner Marlin Wnllard Marhn Wvllard Jnmmy Wxlls Dennus Woolman James Woollum Barbara Wynn Sandra S?aley 3 Donald Thompson DeWayne Wells Jack Wullaams Kafhryn Yosi i V fa I - - I x 3 . A 4' l V 1 ,. ' A 4 3 A 3 'T l.. H L X as ,f Xfl Q 4 '7 , 4 fi '4 Ji? , , Q l n ff ur f f , ' if 3, 1 3 ,lui ,V . K 'wa 'wg i, , , f , 5 gf' 1, ,K Q , rl L 4' time-n Tai 'fr ny' H The Freshman class chose fhese sfudenls lor fheir adminishaiive officers: Gene Haynes, vice residenfg lla Jean Smifh, secreiaryvfreasurerg John Campbell, repor+erg Virginia Pryor, presijlenfg Mr. Wiles, sponsor. 'an I 1 .K Johnni Mildred Anderson rj - John Campbell FRESHM EN l e Archer lra Anderson I Louann Akers Evelyn Hart 4 'lu f .1 , L Q 'r " r r x ' ff fl 53 t Gladys Armsfrong Margaref Bowers Ray Bryan Zane Clanfon J Beffy Cool: Nancy Darrough IQ Earl Bryan? ,9 45 f 'fr i Glenn Dougllerfy Norman Donaldson Frances Flmf Jlmmy Gumn Carlene Hughes Joann Jenluns Bally Elmore 1' Hu bed Fosier Gene Hanes Bobby Hufclunson lb Jennie Lee Kezllw Lap,-anne Cog Belly Mae Farmer Denms Gems Don Gules Tommy Harnson Paula Hague Mary Gall Huils Doyle lnman fn J Alberl Rulh Kallam John Kapp Sue Farris Slnrley Jean Glenn Jaclue Holland 'Z e y James June Kay .I . A 42: A " ' Q 1' e, I I l e l 1 , X I ' l X3 l if F l ,.. ,fi X2 , ff 2 5 , xx x e - 'Q 'F 1. e lp Q g .N I .ff Q l K A I xy!! l "hJ', ' x 1' 2- :O Q Q Q e. A X R A S - A X1 X l ' ' B 'lf 3 I l e E A 4 A if .I -AV 5. if ,V u , David Kenlner Charles Muller Jumrme Moore ,l Joleen Mellon John Paddock Joe McDonough Slnrley Mae Moore Carroll Mabery Sandra Merrnlf Margae Powell James McDonald 1 pu-4 Mary Helen Moore Mary Lousse Myers Ramona Mobley lrene Rosalee Falr ,iron Tommy Dale McDougal I 4 Jack-e Jane Morns Ronald Marlin Terry Maynard Tommy Parnell 'FN Carole Ann McMullen Slurley Monfgomery Bully Dale Marlin Juamia Nelson f Wanna Faye Preslon fr I f ,E " , A ' , "' g Q, 44 7 A 9 X I N . " Ei. 2. fu A' U 1 ' A - J 'l R 1 ' If f A I 5 l N . B ,' 'pu xA fu' I I "Q y 1 3 A A V7 7 1 '7 . A r my y , A Y ' .rf . 4 8 Q '7 ' I xx V y f , Q . 1 J . Q 'S xv W 4 x 4 . 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T' III I e offncers of flue Enghflv grade class are Llbelh Wheafley ace resid nf Buff Mol T I 1 frees fa? reporler Donna Sue Cason presuclenf Mnss Cailun sponsor P? as ae secre ary urer Lawrence Mann Sfudenl Council represenfahve fivf M ,ef 'hv anlyn Allen Shirley Anderson Nuna Barney Bobby Bnrlres O Lavonne Brady Anna Broadenck Mary Nell Bowman Lavnna Scoif C QIVFI rv If 1' Qu , . I U' 4 r - . X y I Th ' ' "' ,v' ' 3 . . z . '. I ' In '. : a . e - - . X . . X N :V ' , 'W ,yaf 'Q f ish A , -lex l,gN K f r' lg' Nj SX Efkx LV QL ff XZJ 1 X, - 0' 44 'U 1 0 us ' at .- I .' , l 1 X I 0 sl M Q . . . 3 -v im, r si M ' :J 9 V , 4 Lo a Mae Burns Joanne Collins Y Annie Wlmfrecl Duck 'Y Elnzabefh Glles Kay Carver '? Bull Corlefl' Aufumn Echols Jerry Lee Hamulfon Donna Sue Cason Helen Candle 26 6 Ruih Mary Cowardm Dexfer Davis "' bfi 94 Romlee Flowers Sue Fugaie ag? Joe Hamulfon Slnrley Hamm ' 'Q ,Z fn 4 -Q rs r 7 -'1 I . X 4 .' - I . a 0 F " l X C N C .3 L " I ' f' A .7 l, J' 4- I' ' J K -., N ,N 4 D V ,al f-an 'nr 'vs f .4 2' ,. 1, 4 J' , KX X ' , F I f 5 T Jaclue Hanes Wanda Haff Tommy Lechhder RoseHa Meek Jeanne Moore Donle Dean Hr 'Q wsu, Barbara Ann Johnson CQ Maxme Marhn BeHy Joyce Mners Peggy Nall no Arfhur LeRoy Hlnh Dale Jusius awrence Mann Roberfa Maller I abr Beffy Jean Nelson Davld Hood I' ul. I. I 1 Shelby Lynn Knox Harold Maynard i Buff Moffaf "Q, Lmcla Hough 1 Pafsy Leforce Lmda MCPIIKB Edlfh Morgan Sue N'C"'0I5 Dale Oldaker vi' 19 li 13 - F? , ' s 4 K -3 s F A 1 1 n xy ' , ' J ! I 4- l . . ,H . . . 'L "a . .Q , ,si Y 2 ' W- il Q' or 12.1 :M 4 ., 1 ' n--L4 -3 i w.: , it as ' X . . A L 2 " 5' iv - -' '4 -. 2 1 ' - . . . L , . I . 'Q U , 3 -5 Z, jfk ' J :I 'X Q 0 X I O ' .l -if ' 4 H Q V vs ,, 'a la K 3 i Q7"f:f I L . 'ab 4- l Shrley Ownbey Maunne Roope J Kafhy Ann Smnlh Shirley Terry Beflw Ela me Vanover Wnlma Jea n Parnell Mary Helen Ruarl Lyndall Smlllu Waller Tlnaun Sandra Wluflock Eula Jane Parris Bully Supl Maunne Smufh Tnmofhy Thompson Luz befh Wheafley Le ora Pullum Blllye Wayne Sllllll 41 Bearl Sa'Hen Pai Tnsdale Lucy Wvllard Shurley Ray Bonnle Faye Smnfh Eugene Summervnlle ill f Bobby Trnckey K.. Clyde Yosf 'U v I A " -7 1 WWII' 'A I ' fr " X ' - ' .' u 0 N a V f A - ,J l I -x ' , i f l y I . . es . , . . ,Q A , 3 F. -A ' , -1 ,P '7 ' l Q i , K A f "lvl, girl e I ll! ll I' ' V 3 A af 'J "2 5 l' 'l . F7 f , ' f ll Wy V ff' ,, Q Q3 4 fl- 'i 1 ' x .f I .., -" 5 L , V Q . . f- K f,fxr" -Q Z-A The newly nmhaled class elecied flnesc ollrcers Mrs Parlchursl sponsor Bully Wayne Car rico secreiary freasurer Carolyn Conner presldeni Alwnawalxe Wilson vice preslcleni Henry Jackson Siudenf Council represenlahve Ax SI X r N1 H 'SD sg 1-Q -of 1 'Q' vi i 'T 'f v .47- X J g f 1 Bully W Carnco Gloria Clause Paul Jones June Lugmbuel Depufda WIllIlS 'Y' ll ll I P' 4' 1 .. .. . f QA. - ff A V 1 41 7 1 ' w , , 54 ' A A ' 4A ' fr ' Q If Sw . r 'l if 4 ,J .. r X4 ' 'Y 'X 1 K X gl fl 1 K ff ' - ' ,-rv' ' ' , ' I I . ' h V ' William Raymond Bowers June Ella Bailey Elizabefh Banlrs Phyllis Ann Bean I , - I ,Li ,- f 0 ' 3 , . D , A F - Q -1 , 'A 55 , ' A f' . 7 1 A , .4 Dons frloyde 9 Ray Dawson Carollne Flowers arles Gideon 3 Bobby Gllberf Lula Colluns ,yi Freddie Daugherfy 7 Afhelene Freeman 71: Deanna Greene Nancy Gems Carolyn Conner 31 Mavis Dean Beverly Freeman Mmfa Garland Harold Gnffufh Wanda Co x rf .Q Roberfa Drake Glen Freeman Dune Gvlberi' Jam Hudson Raymond Croc Refi ,-.. ,fo PaHy Ann Feeney David Fnfls Q -1' -fl' Gary Gnffm Price Hufis Q ncllar Ha Joe Inman '- Buddy Lewus Nancy McMillan at Shirley Half Henry Jaclmson Fredys Luppel ,, uf-sv Pally Meadows Bob Monrge Tommy Monlgomery o ella Harmon an e Jolwnson Elluel Jean McGuure Lois Meagluers Banda Norns if-vu Louis Harruson Julia Kapp rv Gene McDonald Bully Don Meek ev' Monna Loy Nall Ii Bull Hxqllllll fi Arnold Kelchum "- Ann McDougal 1 0 AW: 'ill Glenn MllCh9ll 14 Rober? Na sl1 'l fr-1 ' ., - - 1 f ' -A Y' al ,f 3 ,, 1 Te ' 'rf R f 1 'lk , wr .- 4 R' d ll ' M 1 ' ' A I ' X r- A 3 I 4 x" t 4 ' A - -J V h :' S tv.. ,. ""' ' 4 r l. . 9 . ,jx , J , x "" x " I i 'K H' 9' all G nf? ' Q A Q Q nw' lf' ry 42 Y x l , N l' Q . V . 's TMXE- l fl! l X l 5' 7 Q.. ' ' X - fl 1 JF I ' 5 s 'l ' ' -3 1 ,Q l . . ' K ' Q f A l 'v ni V Z . 'QA a ...Q 4' I M., 4 1. 9 1 X 1 t nfl AU X f f 2 ' ' an Pa? Osborn J'-an Ann Roberlson Muldred Rumsey 1' 'nb Johnny Slansbury R 1' aclhard Thompson Don Overslreef Charles Reed ,xv Carolyn Schoech Barbara Scoh fr Vnrgxl Pryor Arnold Rlnneharf 1? Lynda Schaefer 'O as Jnmle Lou Sengel Joe Dean Wulson Dorothy Wllggn vo- Ellnoff Peferson Bobby Rafcllff 11 Charles Sherrlcl: Tommy Spence Ah nawnlze Wulson Roberl Plulllps Gene Roberfs Bull Simms Tommy Joe Siraw 1 il Janice Yosl GEORGE uma Hxuh Svhohk. BL vibah 'Yx'zu'k.. BOB WYLY Bw-kvLbmL Ba,wh:xVn, Svn- Pkuy, Sludrnm I I 5. A , RUSSELL KN? Pvesxdem Vx SHAEP 1949. Bgx.wbnXL Fm . Semor Rmtarxmx Fooibam. .. mr Rxrtarum. Semor Couumk, 1 KEN All gl NETH L bdll QIIQIFUIJLDAI1 BAWSON d d 'Il AI SMU? Kistmsbhm Baan S ms C ALL an kx11r1rg:r1:19SiRqRPASTER L, H in ANS c Irlu SI qiilliju 1? Q FI Nr ex K GGY REED h. Siu- PE 50 GX66 CXU I Hon- Vakedxfmrmn H9 . dent Hn-nm l.xhr.u'xan. Nauona nr Surxrki, Ukhxllxuxua Hgnbf Sonny 59mm P ny, Showdown. Wg .f-1' ANNY HP-NAN uw Quxdr uh BSS TOMMY REHEARD -5 X-me Presx r LOHS ANN LEFORCE Pty Oklahoma 1 emu' 'My KORG Comm A Pusxdem Hryphmwue Okmhruxu Honor Home N 'NNN Rukumx Am un 'Ska TPSIGPHL cfs-mor Cm. dem 'I A 1 Semox Rxmxrxan Chee Kidder bmdem Couxxuk bhovfdown fmuondl Honur Sou Honor Suuvtv buh SLALQ 1 xn- Prvsxdvnt C PQ buh Lx s Tru., .lunmr Phy c-rvua As.-,xsmant Pdxwr Anxxua! Beta. Lmb Sh down H Q ' 2 D I - nf ' and I S 4 fur ' ha dg1,.,, mlb 11, '- X ' -en, In 4 l . 3 R- 4 3 , , I D Sz !"4 5x 4' 1' fxcxi, P J .J -'ml 'A' , N' ' - , 1 . 'kEix4',OQ-K' I ,fu . , - V ow- g JANET NEWLA lrrri rnmr f 11 F 11 Senr ROGER NAIL LEONARD DALOU liummr r 1 111111 u1AfYj SIHIIPIII H1 f mr , 15 snnu Sumr Hotqnan 1 d X 'O --9 LLS N0LANS0V'f1E, Rozzgrggg Quarlef I P Lr112-Tigris s 0 LAWSON 1 gi-lgddgfxtr Twill Mixed C 1 E Cu Stud' in z N wulb 111 QUM Chpf rlf df 1 BOB SMITH 1 QL!-?fHIQP4Bjsketba11 Fogzbalj Meta, lu 11: BEVERLY TAYLOR fr 11.11 5 1 Slumn! COl.1ll?:F0IEf!fllldyglUfJ gklA BU imma Honor S04-leg, Amludf Stand D CORBETT F' qgollrg-ago Band Bahiketbau Tuck larlan T 4, I Menu Shun ,fun if ! :ar E,-.. V E .E E, ,Q ...,, if E ' .. 4 sg, J' V lr . ND 5 9 PQI' 'l ' Je':1!1I"' X1-: :ur :HJ f ' " V .lsuzlvvrg ,ci 111' l'1z4-Cl K.1.g Shun . 'JF 4 - Smrlfvl' !6fff,:.".xr- S1-.'::ff.' I'..,p' IM,-.fi 1 .we Pm' ff'-1' 1-rfwmfw., :mm Swv !1'fv' EST IM 1 ff- Xhju' N.4lm11.4i x . rr-,,.1.'.:l1u H1 S " . X H l'wx,f1p1,f ,' !'m:m'1l, wwf' 4.1 Jin: il: .' Jnwfmy . -, -' zn K .1 Cuz lu! Z 1' f ,E I, V 1 . ...df .,- 'fl "A Ju . " X . v 'E I: l . l i Av dm, P P n 3 . , . ,E m , . , . - ,- Y Y.. ' ' xy-4 -f-fl l To fy i lsi row: Lawrence Mann Lois Ann l.eForce Carlene Ne l d J'll G'II ' . . . - . , ,D Ygrggla Rpryyor, jewlserly TT-ylor, Carolyn Conner, Henry olaclrsoni alnnd row: CZFQEAZ RLi,srsrel,l,S.lJc?hh:iZil: Muncx Ssofsgrl. anny anan, Nolan Wells, Franlc Bailey, Denny Thomason, Conaly Reed, Vernon STUDENT COUNCIL The Sludenl Council was composed in I949-50 of ninefeen members. Each of lhe six classes are represenled by fheir Class Presidenl and an elecled Srudenl Council represenfalive. The Presidenf and Vice Presidenl of The Council are nominaled from fhe Junior and Senior classes, and are elecled by lhe Sludenl' Body lo preside over Council meelings and General As- semblies. Some of lhe aclivilies in which lhe Council loolx par? were Annual sales, preparafion and publicalion of a school hand- boolx, supervision of fire drills, a survey lor lhe l95O-Sl curriculum, and lhe underwriling ol all sludenl acfivilies fha? mighf be in need of funds. Also, on Oclober I, I949, Vinifa high school was represenled by five Council members al The High school UNESCO meeling held al' Ada, Oklahoma. Officers: Mr. Muncy, sponsor: George Russell, presidenfg Jack DeArmon, vice presidentg Carlene Newland, secrefaryslreasurer. ,.- I ., wi Y.. ... 4 .gy Z' r N,c.,.,5,Qn X W 'ac 359 rw. , ls? r . STUDENT COUNCIL IN ACTION! ,f 5 ,xv . V. , W lsl row: Roberl McCombs, Palsy Fields, Virginia Elmore, Rosie Lee Kallam, Barbara Harvey, Joan Harp, Marilyn Wil- liamson, Billie Brown, Shirley Seigel, Marilyn Chiles, Annefle Slephenson. 2nd row: Van Owens, Danny Fosler, Raymond Par- fain, Ed Balmer, Tommy Abboff, Bob Sfurdivanl, Edward Dresher, Nolan Wells, Tommy Reheard, Lawrence Bugher, Mr. Kersey, sponsor, 3rd row: Bob Waldrop, Reber? Polson, Jack Milliser, Jeff Davis, Richard Herndon, Roy Smiih, Rex Taylor, Gerald Cass, Lee Miller, Collis Snider, Gerald Dixon. No? picfured, Carol Shields. DIVERSIFIEIJ UFFUPATIONS There are many purposes of lhe Diversified Occupalions program, 'lhe more oulsfanding purposes are as follows: a. To provide an opporlunily for high school sfudenls lo ge+ bofh 'lraining and experience in 'rhe occupafion of 'heir choice lhaf lhey expeci lo follow upon gradualion from eifher high school or college. b. To bridge The gap befween lhe school and full lime employmenf. The Diversified Occupalions program can give lraining in almosf any occupalion which requires a fraining period of 2000 clock hours, or more: and which does noi seek lo exploi? The frainee in fhe prcduclion of goods al ihe expense of lhe iraining. The Diversified Occupalions program provides lhese advanfages lo fhe sfudenfz a. Gives vocaiional Training fhrough aclual experience. b. Slimulales an inleresf To compleie high school. c. Furnishes an opporluniiy lo develop 'the sfudenfs' individual apliiudes and inferesls. The Diversified Occupaiions program also supplies lhe school wilh fhese advanlages: a. The providing of shop iacilifies downlown. b. Training opporiunilies on iobs wirh supplies and malerials wifh no cos? fo ihe school or fhe lrainee. c. Keeping fhe school informed of employmenf possibililies and needs lor fraining. ti Z -" ,W .295 Harley H. Kersey T851 Co-ordmator lsf row: Jim Honey, Bobby Davis, Roberf lcenberger, Buddy Corbell, Eddie Berry, Glen Poole, Buddy Flemming, Ken neih McDonald, James Sfephenson, Roy Shoulh, Henry Chase. 2nd row: Mr, Haworfh, sponsor, George Russell, Kennelh Law son, Gene Carroll, Leon Abbofl, Everell Redman, Ray Diclr, Richard Oalrs, George Kefchum, Sam Nelson, Delno Carman Charles Hamilfon. 3rd row: Tommy Clanlon, Howard Mahanes, George Knoffs, Roberi Wyly, Dean Snider, Wadie Hufch inson, Jaclr Donivani, Bob Srnilh, James Yosl, Lesler Redman, Phillip Bryant METAL SHOP The mefal shop class is par? of The T. 8: l. Educafion Program, lcnown as The Day Trades Division. ll differs from The Diversified Occupalions Program, in fha? if reaches lrade experience in fhe Viniia High School Shop. The sfudenfs enrolled in Day Trades Division, worlc an average of lhree hours a day, live days a weelr or lilfeen hours a weelr. Aulo mechanics, arc welding, oxygen and aceiylene welding, and operafion of engine laihes are lhe four main fields of wcrlr in Mefal Shop. War QM Q2 7177 1 S Sgii: , ,qc- uk -- ,..- Isl row: Edward Dresher, Bob Slurdivanr, Rex Taylor, Roberl Polson, Annerie Sfephenson, Rosie Lee Kallam, Virginia Elmore, Parsy Fields, Marilyn Chiles, Joan Harp, Marilyn Williamson, Shirley Seigel, Billie Brown, Tommy Reheard, George Russell, Tommy Clanron, Raymond Parfain. Znd row: Mr. Kersey, sponsor, Roberl lcenberger, Tommy Abbofl, Bob Waldrop, Ed Balmer, Collis Snider, Bud Fleming, Eddie Berry, Glen Poole, Roberl McCombs, Danny Eosler, Henry Chase, Van Owens, Everefr Redman, Phillip Bryanf, Lesler Redman, Leon Abbofl, Charles Hamilfon, Mr. Haworfh, sponsor. 3rd row: Roy Smifh, Richard Herndon, Jeff Davis, Buddy Corbefl, Jaclr Milliser, Bob Davis, Jim Honey, Gene Carroll, George KnoHs, Bob Wyly, James Yosr, Bob Smifh, Roy Shoulh, Nolan Wells, Gerald Cass, Dean Snider, Gerald Dixon. Nor piclured. Carol Shields. T. Zi I. VLUB The Trade and lndusfrial Club is made up ol lhe lwc organizafions, Diversified Occupalions and Melal Shop classes. The Trade and lnduslrial Club has as ils purpose The following: a. To develop qualifies of leadership. b encourage social and recreafional aclivilies. develop qualilies of slabilify and sell-confidence. . To promofe scholarship among our members, e. To assisl one anolher in securing a befler underslanding of our common problems. f To culfivare a friendly and cooperalive spiril among our members, leachers, parenls and employees and our com- .To .To c d I munily. NOLAN WELLS TOMMY REHEARD CAROL SHIELDS HENRY CHASE P14-1 mr-1,1 Yirr- I'r1'slrif'x1t 144-rirlmy' A- 'l'l'l'1lSHI'I'I Se-rgenmt ni Arms. 01- Q Isl row Emagene Lounsbury Geralcme Jarrell Waleena Smllh Carlene Newland Loss Ann LeForce 2nd row Muss Callun sponsor Marva Jane Carrnco Beverly Taylor Leanne Sian sslaus Sue Sumner Jerry Roberlson To encourage efforl fo promole characler lo sflmulale achlevemenl lo culhvale leadershup qualnhes lo reward meraf and 'fo encourage and asslsl sludenls lo conllnue lhenr educahon eller hugh school gradualvon +hese words embody lhe purpose of 'lhe Nahonal Bela Club The Nafuonal Bela Club IS a non secrel leadership service club for hugh school sludenls of America As a nallonal orgamzahon I+ was founded In l933 our local chapler was charlered nn May of I949 Eluglbalnly for sfudenl membershup IS oelermlned by lhe hugh school admlnlslrahon on fhe basrs of lal Good menlalnly and characler fbl Credufable achuevemenl and lcl Commendable allnlude Local chapler acfwnhes lhns year have nncluded business and socual meefungs money ravsmg prolecls and lhe Sfale Bela Club convenllon held In Oklahoma Clly Aprnl I0 ll l950 fWf I F VN' In ...-1- - s Q 'Q' l , 4, 1. 1-,ax I I X -, 5 1 y 4" .. g y A Al , , C V ' ,, , . it 5 .- g -9 I BEIA CLUB fl ' -2 7 'D .., xl K N J l Q .4 1' 1,1 lsf row: Mr. Miner, sponsor, Joe McDonough, Ronald Marlin, James Dresher, Marlin Willard, Charles Dail, Dennis Woolman, James Moreland, Carroll Mabery, Sam Looney. 2nd row: John Kapp, John Nail, Ray Garde, Bud Collins, John Paddock, Elberl Tyner, Wadie Hulchinson, George Kefchum, Charles Robinson, Melvin Clouse, Virgil Woolman, 3rd row: Gene Hem hill, Ronald Thompson, Earl Bryanf, Don Giles, Walier Rouse, Donald Thompson, Don Spauljng, Virgil James, Donald Wells, Kennelh Lawson, Bennie Dixon. O'l'her F.F.A. mem- bers nof shown in +he picfure are: Eddie Berry, Gene Carroll, Tommy Clanlon, Glen Pool Carlos Sloops, Oliver Shoullz and Johnny Snodderly. FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA F. F. A. is an organiza+ion of boys enrolled in vocafional agricullure. There are over 300 F. F. A. Chaplers in Oklahoma, wifh a fofal membership of over I3,000 boys, 38 of which belong +o fhe Vini+a Chapfer. F. F. A. is designed fo su plemeni lraining opporfun- ilies for boys who are progressing 'foward fhe goal of esfablishimenl' in a farming business. Through F. F. A. acfivilies lhe cooperalive spirif, individual falenf, and responsibilily are fos- +ered and developed. The Nalional Emblem of fhe Fulure Farmers is significanl' and meaningful in every delail. I+ is made up of five symbols: fhe owl, 'rhe plow, and +he rising sun wifhin fhe cross secfion of an ear of corn, surmounfed by fhe American eagle. The owl is symbolic of wisdom and knowledge, +he plow is lhe symbol of labor and fillage of fhe soilg The rising sun is emblem- a+ic of progress and lhe new day fha? will dawn when all farmers are frained and have learned fo coopera+eg lhe cross secfion of an ear of corn represenls common agricullural inleresls since corn is nalive +o America and grown in every Sfafeg and fhe eagle is indicalive of lhe na'I'ional scope of fhe organizafion. bf: A+ fhe sfarfing pos?-ready 'fo go! 'Sr I 1.41- ,,.s V .-, Bufldogger Nail lncorporafedl Who's gefiing fhe ba+h? .Y 1 Y F. F. A. IN ACTION! On Exhibi+ion! Oh! You beaufiful blondes! 'K -I Here, piggie-Hue camera's fhis way! The Onceover' You have +l'1e wrong animal, Clouse- 'Hs cows you milk! .41 , 353- X1 all Q lsf row: Mrs. Sills, sponsor, Doris James, Geraldine Goins, Dorolhy Inman, Thelma Thompson, Mary Ann Coppedge Shirley Monfgomery, Juanila Nelson, Belly Farmer, Belly James, Znd row: Shirley Moore' Louann Akers' Beverly Tawor, Sue Willa Heller, Joyce Griflilh, Sylvia Magin, Kalhryn Yosl, lmogene Newland, Belly Johnson, Charlene Sanders. 3rd row! Helen Wells, Coleene Seigel, Palricia Shanahan, Carolyn Damrill, Margarel June Lawson, Mary lnce, Billie Jean Harmon Carole Slaubus, Rulh Roberlson, Margaref McCombs, Belly Vogel. l F. H. A. is quile a young organizalion of Oklahoma. There have been sludenl homemalcing classes since I928 bul nol unlil I937 was lhere a slalewide organizalion. Purposes ol lhe F. H. A. are: a. To promole apprecialion of lhe ioys and salislaclion of homemalcing. b. To emphasize lhe imporlance of worlhy home membership. . To encourage democracy in home and communily life. . To work for good home and family life lor all. c d SENIOR F. H. A. - - , . - ' , l N V' X I? . 'TN , l f ' f. ..1 QX X '15 of ' M . 4 Officers ol lhe Senior F. H, A. were: lsf row-Carole Slaubus, president Bevery Taylor, vice presidenlg Mary lnce, secrelaryg June Lawson, lreasurer. Incl row-Mrs. Ann Sells, adviser, Sue Willa Heller, hisloriang Imogene Newland, reporlerg Rulh Roberlson, parliamenfarian. lsr row: Mrs. Sills, sponsor, Aufumn Echols, Bonnie Faye Smifh, Berry Nelson, Kafhryn Ann Smirh, Sandra Whifloclx, lilizaberh Giles, Wanda Half, Eula Jane Parris, Linda McPike, Linda Hough. 2nd row: Shirley Hamm, Leora Pullum, Shirley Ray, Peggy Nail, Jeannie Moore, Elizabefh Wheafley, Rurh Mary Cowardin, Mary Nell Bowman, Joan Collins, Marilyn Allen, Pafsy Lc-force, Maurine Srnifh, Mary Helen Ruarlr. 3rd row: Lavonne Brady, Anna Broadericlz, Shirley Ownbey, Lucy Willard, Shirley Terry, Roberfa Miller, Par Tisdale, Donna Sue Cason, Lola Mae Burns, Annie Diclr, Barbara Johnson, Helen Cindle, Maurine Roope. e. To promore inrornafional good will, f, To lover ihe developrnenf of creafive leadership in home and communify life. g, To provide wholesome individual and group recreafion. h, To lurlher inleresl in Home Economics. The club r-nel on rhe firsr Monday of each rnonfh. The meelings were always educalional, and a social hour usually fol- lowed. The group lhis year arfended a clislricf rally in Claremore and a slafe rally in Oklahoma Cify. fu .IUNIUH F. H. A. X Q xx Q V , :dxf lb ,F ' X 1 'l 5 Officers of fhe Junior F. H. A. were: Isl row-Peggy Nail, presidenfg Maurine Smirh, vice Pfvildenlj 'Li1'befh Wheafley. secrefaryg Rulh Cowardin, lreasurer. Znd row-Mrs. Ann Sills ad- vascrg Mary Nell Bowman, hisforiang Palsy Lelorce, parliamenfariang Jeannie Moore, reporlgr- Donna Sae Cason, song leader. I if ' '-- iw i ' if 1 f"rJ+' s if? i Y i' 'i f . Lp, G. .4 af 4 - I S3 ax A., ,- ., no o if y ' . SX 'ser Q - . - -A H - ix X Q., H 1, v f 4 L, , 'ex K rf, l ,Y -55" -'ar xv A., , ,S . 'Q' vs' X :F . 5 . 1 - K Y .R Q , Q u 1 l i ' in f Members of +he Junior Play cas? were: Sianding, Ernagene Lounsbury, Delno Carman, Jerry Roberison, Sfanley Marlin, Jon Cherringlon, Alan Caihey, Reber? Taylor, Jcclcie DeArmcn, Danny Fosier. Sealed, Marva Jane Carrico, Mary Ellen Chase, Phyllis Payne, Janel Dougherty. r s ,, +7 X f Q. - c JUNIUR PLAY 9--flllk A young college siudenf collecis a generous allowance, monihly, from an unsuspecfing uncle on ihe relexl lhaf he is using fhe money lo supporf his wife and mofherein-law. ln realily, The nephew is unmarried and is using lhle money io send himself and fwo of his friends fo college-in line sfyle! When fhe gullible old uncle shows up for an unexpecled visil, fhe non-exisleni wife and mofher-in-law mus+ be produced. Such was lhe sifuaiion presenled in lhis year's Junior play. The resulfs? Hilarious! Jaclr DeArmon, as Uncle Isaac. gol' lhe laugh of fhe evening wilh his "Hadacol" lineg Jerry Roberfson and Slanley Marlin furned oul' fo be fwo of fhe love- liesf young "ac+resses" in Vinifa High School. Emagene Lounsbury very excellenfly handled fhe characferizafion and dia- lecl of lhe negro cook, Pefunia: Danny Fosfer, as Yhe French builer, Jacque, worked hard lo perfecf a dignified manner and a French accent The romaniic elemenl was provided by Alan Cafhey in lhe par? of Andrew Browne, lhe young sfudeni, and Jane? Dough- erly, whose role was fhal of Alfhea Thorne, Andrew's fiancee. Phyllis Payne was cas? as Miss Prunella Thorne, Allhea's old- maid aunl, and her drama+ic porlrayal ol unrequited love was someihing lo see. The obiecl of her affecfions, Dean Socrafes Boynfon, was Jon Cherringiong 'the ingenue roles ol his fwo nieces were played by Marva Jane Carrico and Mary Ellen Chase as Julie and Beffy Boynfon. Roberf Taylor was fhe cop who searched lhe aparlmenf lor liquor, and found only . . . shrimps! Delno Carman, lor his parf in lhe play, became "Reverend Mr. DooliHle", and only a surprise ending revealed him as fhe frue uncle of Andrew Browne. The producfion provided fun for fhe cast, fun for fhe audience, and S2l3.74 for lhe Junior class. LQH 90 ,-igl-if, Firsf row--Palsy Fields, Promplerg Lloyd Wilson, Mr, Pfefferg Jo Anne Bell, Guard: Annelle Slephenson Corporal, Jill Gillespie, Junior, Margare+ Harris, Snell: Sue Willa Heller, Hodges. Second row-Peggy Reed, Jelsoni Anne Lee Sfevens, Senalor Binks, Arvagene Trickey. COUMGSS 'OVW NHUY Mal! lnce- Malo' Belslordi Beverl' Taylor' Eleanor Z' Hazlilfg Sally Goodpasler, Susan Befslordg Janel Newland, Adele Belsfor 3 Sina Lou Vanover, Henrlella Mas-on. Third row- Roy Smilh, Herr Dihlenholferg Roy Shoulfz, John Chadwick: Danny Hanan, Viclcey Lauderbeclsi ROQQI' Nd'l- L0"""Y Esdeni Bob Wyly, Hollingsworlh. Miss lvlabery SPOUSOV. Sam Bnllei' Slage manager- SENN DR PLAY AH! MEN! When lhe curlain rises on fhe anceslfral home of Susan Belsford in lhe year 2050, we find woman has eased man oul of business and polilics, and we see an all woman congress-and a woman presidenl. Susan, Senafor from New York, is an ers+while friend of Presidenl Eleanor Hazlill, bul now her bilferesl opponenl. ln fact she is conferring wilh lhe plump Senalor Binks on sfralegy lo unseaf lhe beauliful young Chief Execulive when lhe fanfare of frumpels announce fhal ladyls arrival. Scinfillaling dialogue and convulsive siluafions ensue revealing lhe reversal ol roles played by lhe sexes. Among lhe characlers we find Maior Belslord, Susan's aunf, who is a hard-billen old soldier. She would have Junior in a mililary academy--and Junior, who is lhoroughly spoiled lay her molher Susan, could go lhere wilh our blessing. Adele! Adele pursues all men, proposes lo few, and marries none! John Chadwick is a pre-Hillerian male and a curiosily in a world where men no longer flex fheir muscles He is a . mem- ber of fhe MacArfhur Colony, whose anceslors were wrecked on an unknown island and losl' +o civilizalion for a century. He finally wins fhe presidenl-buf noi unlil fhe governmenl is once more in lhe hands ci 'lhe men. We adore Vicky. He is Susan's charming husband. And Lonny, also charming - and limid, evenlually shows forlh unsuspecling, unlimiled muscle. ln Qhe end lhe women gracefully, and gralefully, again lake fheir proper places in a man's world. 1 i I s 5 3 I it I Qs . , Q .. 5 55 f , A e . A scene from My Friend Irma SHOWDOWN ON THE AIR! This was +he fifle of Showdown in I95O which depicfed Radio and Tele- vision Shows. Showdown is +he annual Band Producfion, which is originafed in +he minds of Vini+a High School sfuden+s and fhe plois of which are carried ouf by high school +alen+. Wha+'s +l1is?? Who else . . . Spiked Jones! 5 1 W fi' Q pw 53- T c X i 5 c 4. .c .. .Q-W .' Rough and rugged Wresfling scene fi-if Beau+iful, brillian'r ac+ion in +l'1is scene from Frankie Gef Your Gun Singing and dancing in Hour of Enchanfmeni' 1 C3 J 'gil Z V QF-511 R , LIBRARIANS r Q Ji If - l f Firsl row: Minnie Mae Newland, sixlh hour: Karlene Tale, lillh hour: Mary Ellen Gaul, second hour: Gladys Arfnslrong, second hour charge: Coleene Seigel, sixlh hour charge: lona Anderson, lourlh hour charge: Bessie Broardericlc, lillh hour chargeg Belly Barlon, lhird hour chargeg Peggy Reed, lirsl hour, Sludenl Head Librarian. Second row: Luanna Mabery, Sponsorg W'ilma Jones, lillh hou'g Louise Olconnor, lourlh hourg lviargie Wilson, lhird hourf a Palsy Powell, noon hourg Mary Ellen Chase, lirsl houry Belly Cook, lirsl hour. Third row: Rulh K Mary Cowardin, lourlh hourg Barbara Juslus, sixlh hour: Juanila Osborn, second hourg Mildred Anderson, second hour: Faye Ann Lalhrop, lhird hourg Belly Johnson, lourlh hour. OFFICE S'l'.-XVI" i"'9jD fn- 1.1 The Vinila High School Library has a lolal of almosl 6000 volumes. ll is housed al lhe lronl ol lhc Sludy Hall, separaled from lhe Sludy Hall by 5 glagg enclosure wilh lwo large windows Through which lhe sludenls are served. M355 Mabel-y ig lacully sponsor and spends lhree periods of each day in lhe libraryjggqy Road is Head Librarian and also serves as lypisl lor lhe library. Mr. Conner in lhe midsl ol' his ollice help. Lell lc righl: Palsy Fields, Donna Sue C Margaret Harris, lvir. Conner, principal: Shirley Smilh, Joan Sparks, Billie Jean Harmon J , , r .X Q f' 3 .s -i cf ' 1 fx s Sw El E f K.'f 'll "' " 3 iii? 5 fl 4 , fri D 1 41,5 'i.,Is.-f' fix.: ,au-, limi' lil X 75 Inq 74 ih1n L.,-, 4 f W1 wil' f as ',1 ' , f4. 6" -X . x. ' s 'xl 'i X A-1 ' Ava . , g . , u ...T-'- ,. 1 5' f f? X 'E' J'-' 'z 'Xi 2 JY api- Jil pi- ' :.,".:f 7 sm... 'g."' "' E X K XX r ' fp C an A , Ja One oT The ToremosT acTiviTies of ViniTa High School is The high school band, The sevenTy members oT The band come from The six up er grades oT The Junior and Senior High School. These members pracTiced wiTh Their insTrumenTs during The TirsT hour oTPeach school day. They also pracTice marching in SouTh Park from eighT unTil nine during The Tall and spring monThs oT The year. Two highlighTs of The year Tor The ViniTa High School Band was The Olrlahoma Music EducaTors' marching band conTesT aT Oklahoma Cify UniversiTy, where iT received a second division raTing, and The all day Trip To The Band Day sponsored by The Universify OT Tulsa. The band of ViniTa High played and marched aT all home TooTbaIl garnes and iT also cheered ViniTa's TooTball Team aT The games played aT Picher, Claremore, and Sand Springs. The members of The band Traveled To The Band Clinic held aT Miami, where They Tool: parf in a large concerT band composed of high school bands from NorTheasTern Oklahoma. The band held ifs own annual coronaTion concerf during April, where The Band Queen was crowned by The Band PresidenT. NexT on The calendar of evenis for The V. H. S. Banc was The DisTricT ConTesT held la The NorTheasTern STaTe Teachers College of Tahlequah. Anofher imporTanT evenT was The STaTe Regional concerT conTesT held aT Oklahoma Universify. The ViniTa High School Band ended Their acTiviTies Tor The school year wiTh an evenTTul band picnic. BAND Twirlers: Mildred Chiles, Margaref Grogan, Shirley SmiTh, Diane Waller, mascoT, Kay Richardson, Sally Good- pasTer, Mary Gail HuTTs. G. 4 V ll . Qi Ray Cravens Direcfor 1.1, X . . , -Y M 3 , - i K 9 - ,X-f gif is' .1 l. 59" vw- ' ' Q I li' '-' 4' 1- L I rf W' 291 1 .nv 'Q' T- '1'. ., Q ?T:n kat. .3 li -., 'Af Q gn sf, ,- Q ,mn -4'-. q Q , +L S 'f' Law L1 , W' i il ll n a - x if 44 Mfg ' '7 ' I 1 , l ,ja-an-. 'f A sniff V 'S - ' K 1 Q X . ' w 5? . ' 4 4' - ex 7 f - I Sf? - H l 1 . N ' 446 Stuff l v Q2 N ,xg .2 lx ' 3 "J ? A L if K.. Nl.Xlll'llINl' HXNU I , f Clarlnef Quarlef: Glenn Douglxerly, Reber? Averill, Peggy Nail, Rifa Wilson. Hoo ENSEMBLPH Saxophone Quarfef: Bill Smilh, Jane? Dougherly, Clarine? Quarfef lMixedl: Jolnn Campbell, Belly d, Glenn Douglwerfy, Leonard Dalquesf. Woodwind Ouinfef: Lynn Brllfen Jimmy Ralclifl Sfanley Marlin, Sally Goodpasfer. Carol n R f VN, Ol b Il G d l d D l Y 6 Cl 3 e 9 OO PBS ef, E0f'ldf B Qhleil , 1 X1 , I . -.D M U-,Q can ,X ' K , Q1 'O . I O ' . 0' 9 ' X. N K . A sig fix "' 5. 1 , '.-:iN ff? IK Mfr? 7 T' . f -Y Q ' -A Piia: z, .2 'N 7 ii' ' if' "' 4 i'. 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SHNIUH IQLHH l'Ll'B Q 1 V5 ii Server Giee Club Cuicers Sniney Sw-mn, vfbfdflda 'Sally Soodpasver. secretary: Carievve Ne-viawd 'e over' Mar are' Haffvs. C7f!SfGQ"f Lois Arm LEFOFCE, vice resideni P P 5' 'sw 5.s 'V'-5 SJ' Ne 1-,' J-'-A -se S'-3-'e's 5 'ni :av Creve' Carel Af- MCMQHQ' Joyce 6rIffI+h,Virq1'1fa . rw ' ls? row: Jimmie Lou Seigel, Lavonne Brady, Barbara Johnson, Mary Nell Bowman, Palsy Leforce, Joanne Collins, Caro lyn Conner, Fredys Lippel, Phyllis Bean, 2nd rowr Palfy Feeney, Nina Barney, Annie Dick, Wanda Half, Shirley Anderson Maurine Smi+h, Helen Cindle, Afhelene Freeman, Shirley Hail, Lois Meaghers. 3rd row: Baniia Norris, Eflnel Jean McGuire Lila Collins, Mina Garland, Bella Vanover, Mozella Harmon, Rufli Cowardin, Sandra Wliilloclc, Maurine Roope, Anna Broad ericlr, Marilyn Allen, Janice Yos'. .IVNIUR GLEE CLUB i fv- T? It iv - I H 5 If 1 Junior Glee Club Officers: lsf row-Palsy Leforce, reporferp Helen Cindle, lbbrariang Fredys Lippel, secreiary. 2nd row-Lila Collins, vice presidenfg Shirley Anderson, pres: en? rv- Y' Senuor Glee Club Gurls Truo Sally Goodpasler Anna Lee Sfevens Lous Ann l.eForce ILH4 ILUB The Glee Club was composed n I'-750 ol 73 gurls 39 of whom were enrolled uru Seruuor Hrgh Schoo and 34 ol w om were .lunuor Hugh Sfudenls The G-lee Clubs bolh Junuor and Senuor represeruled Vunula af fhe Duslrucl Confesl af Tahlequah Aprul l4 ln combuna hon lhey also presenled fhe Sprung Concer? Aprul 20 and fhe Chruslmas Assembly December 2l On March 9 lhe Senuor Hugh Group presenfed The Muruslrel Show and un lhe sprung lhey sang al Baccalaureale Durmg Yhe year ihe Senuor Hugh Group sang al varuous churches Vunula was also represenled by fhe Muxed Chorus al lhe Musuc Feshval held af Olrlahoma Unuversufy January 27 28 5 Senior Glee Club Truple Truo ls? row Hufls Carlene Newland 2nd row BeHy C Flunr and Peggy Reed Mary Ellen Chase Margarel Harrus Mary Gaul ook Dorus James Emagene Lounsbury Frances 'mf r 1 tu ,..., K v - s A A 1 4 , , g -. ' f l :I Fl , 5 .J C +33 Xi 'X 7? Y W W Y V I 4 1 , i , ' , ' ' ' I lu i ' l - l . L, X IQQS'-xii N' " I f ', J Z - , . . 'V' X X . 'l C A ' u ANNUAL QUEEN Sine Lou Vanover ffm' 5 'rn ,1" MX CARNIVAL QUEEN Carolyn Radcliff f BAND QUEEN Ora Mae Rhodes, curvaceous sophomore beaufy, was elecfed in The spring of I949 +o rule fhe Band for fhe l949-50 school year. nl- '90- M...S-s MW 4 4 f FJJAC .6 4 KAQ 0 ,!""' Kmww SHOW DOWN KUNG Eddue Berry handsome Sophomore was elecf ed by hrs classmafes +o represenf fhem nn fhe Showdown Kung Confesf The Sophomore class was vlcforlous and Eddie was crowned Show down Kang by fhe Band ueen , ' T k QQ . 3, 5. K ' - fs, I J so . . .' Q.. , - fir A r ,., . 'Q-F451 .T Q . , , ' -KL' . , t4 1 X X . fav V, L 15..f,. K - ' gl". i Sl.-Q . A , as aj, ' .' 2- "u'-- A - . '. pl' rT.'a:f F ' A 'P .f S- 'sr ' .LM--V-.. K . -A..-, f V 4. - FOOTBALL Ql 1+ hw rw 4 any AO" Lovely Mary Ellen Chase lunuor was se lecfed by +he foofball +eam +o reign supreme durung fhe I949 season as fhe Hornef Foofball Queen -I5 SHIRLEY SMITH JUNE LAWSON SODITOIHOIC Cumdldatc Sf-311101 Candidate xbl: '99 George Knolls, lackle: James Yosl, lackle: Kennelh Lawson, fullback, Berl Sanders, lackle: Roberi Wyly, end: Bud Cor- beH, end: Jack Donavanf, back: Howard Mahanes, end: Bob Smifh, cenlerg Joe Brooks, lackle: Roy Shoullz, quarlerback: Bob Poe, back: Lesfer Redman, guard: George Russell, guard: Gene Carroll, Tackle: Bill Davis, back: Jimmy Sippy, back: Eddie Berry, back: Jack DeArmon, back: Oliver Shoulfz, back: Henry Chase, back: Lloyd Wilson, back: Jimmy Rafcliff, end: Earl Wrighl, end: Evere-H Redman, fackle: Tommy Clanlon, cenler: Jimmy Wills, guard: Kennelh Weeks, guard: Jon Cherringlon, guard. FOOTBALL dis ,',N l The brains behind fhe learn-Coaches Jack Wiles, Roberf Thomas and Don Krousc. 1 fi was ,wi , ,,, . , 5 ,. ,, bf ' ' ei- 3 9 f :'1 lfffji f,f ff R ,"7:1L3,g , .,,1,1.fI Robe,-If WYIY' Roy Shoullz,f Lesler Redman, George Russell, Bud CorbeH Kenneth Lawson end quarferback guard guard end fullback if 5 . ZX ,fp ' s 1' 9"? f , o 91. 5--Q ,Q .X N x. da is. Ex Z ix 'R' I' T ff 'As - , .X ,, 35, 1 ., , , N541 fs , '-rv! Mg., S0 S2 B Varsily Team: Kneeling-Graeme Farmer, sfudenf manager, Jaclc De-Armon, Bill Davis, Bobby Poe, Tommy Clanlon, Gene Hemphill, Eddie Berry, Jimmy Sippy, Lloyd Wilson, sfudenf manager. Sianding-Charles Crismon, Bob Wyly, Howard Ma- lwanes, George Knoffs, Berf Sanders, Kennelh Lawson, Bob Smillw, Bud Corbeff, Don Krouse, coach. H.-XSKE'l'HAI,I, - , K X . gg ! L J I i l r 35 l l Don Krouse Coach BUD CORBETT BOB SMITH Senior, Guard Senior, Forward l f .xllg OHM' AE l x RQB 39N 'aka .4xl"'4 Q L U0 Q i I ' ' if -4 'af' l ' . r ,Q X ,D 'lx' '74 l X S 4 ' A j ilrilb A I K 1 nior Hi h Baslrwballers K eelin lowm McDou al Tommy Lechldrr Tr w Ma 'ward Tommy Parne lly Ju g 1 n g- . y q i - -r y Smi+ln. Standing-Gary Griffin, srudenf rranager Paul Sraubus John Campbell Wal'er Thaw Doyle lnrnan John oaddock Jack Wiles, coach. Vinifa's Baslcerball Bflearn was unsurpassed by any ofher B-Team in lhe Verdigris Valley Conference This year Charles Crismon, Jimmy Sippy, Eddie Berry, Tommy Clanron, Bobby Poe, Gene Hemphill, Bill Davis, Jimmy Wills, and Ray Gwrde held rhis record wi+h seven wins and one loss. Vinifa Vinila Viniia Viniia WONLOSS RECORD Xl Sand Springs 30 Vinifa 28 Sand Springs 24 Commerce 9 Vinira Z5 Pawhuslca 21 Broken Arrow I4 Vimfa lb Broken Arrow 2l Pryor 7 Vinifa I8 Pawhuslra GEORGE KNOTTS HOWARD MAHANES Senior, Cenrer Junior, Forward 2l 23 I4 22 Q I Q -, Q . V1 'A Ii fa li in 5v1 I'NlTn jfllilir alll 'CNII ivlqlir 5 ,',,-I-'yJ1NfTg , I- .' I " -- - I " If IR: Fl' ' I Qui 1 O Sfandingz Tommy Clanfon, Russell McClinloclc, Roy Shoul+z, Howard Mahanes, Elberl Tyner, Charles Crismon, George Knoffs, Rober+ Wyly, Kenneth Lawson, Baseball Coach Jack Wiles. Kneeling: Sam Nelson, Bill Smilh, Bud Fleming, Jack De- Arrnon, Ray Garde, Jimmy Sippy, George Russell, Larry Srnilh. 4-C JACK WILES Coach N Ji- D Pryor Sand Springs Pifcher Nowala Claremore Pryor Regional Tournamenl' Broken Arrow Pawhuslca 1 B.-XSICRA Ll. SCHEDULE April 4 April I4 April I8 April ZI April 25 May 2 May 4-6 May 9 May I2 here here here here here fhere here fhere I .,, ,Q I, 5 L f A '- Q' Q-4' x . R s 3 , 1 1 NJ A BUD FLEMING Pitcher 1' ,.h',r 1',r 'JW X: 2' z 'Yi ROY SHOULTZ Second Base TOM MY CLANTON Field a tug",-W N... Y7 fi -vw - '. A, . , . ' 'mn I ' 3 ' QM, " . 1' , ,fa ., z, . 'T .v-9 " ,7 KENNETH LAWSON JACK DeARMON Short Stop and Pitcher Third Base Nof pidured: Bob Wyly, field: Howard Mahanes, field: Ray Garde, shori sfop. ' ' O -- ' UW' XML Aria R A L 'Sr 7 K P I ,ff fu... S, CHARLES CRISMON i First Base ,I A.: JIMMY SIPPY F1e1d :md Cat GEORGE KNOTTS RUSSELL McCLI Catcher Field , .-A cher '- ,f -.. xv , P.-f . - uv- -Xx - - w -X .-cr ':c"x '.u x Naxx cc 's A I 9 S xx . J LJK, .' avi, Peeqx 50 Q-. Qs,-.C , N ,, .un - . 1 N.. 5' cu A-.1--MU -J-.1 -:"-.u Qwbv 5 S 'Nu 'Ns :es S -P -H .." ss-so - 35. ,.:., .x. 'rw :J " N 0 5 . .Q Q-,ve B1 X 'X 1 X X- X g,.':a k W Q., .Q . .',' v '-:W Q" :ew SPQWYCV -s'f Leaders of +he cheering sec+ion: Foreground-June Lawson, Sharon Moore, Ora May Rhodes, Joan Sparks. Background-Tommy Reheard, Mary Helen Ruark, Ann Rober+son, Virginia Pryor and Nolan 'vVeHs. f PEI' ULIB IN ACTION! ,R . . 'Q U . ilzignii " XL 'sh l5+ rgw Mary Lou Glenn Wnlda Prayfor Jnll Gnllespne Palsy Powell BeHy Farris 2nd row lona Anderson Leanne S+anuslaus Mary Ellen Chase Mdfvd Jane CGYFICO 3rd row Mr Muncy sponsor John Campbell Alan Cafhey Frank Barley Roberf Averill HURNE I STAFF The Hornel fhe sfudenf newspaper of The Vlmfa hugh school IS composed mlmeo graphed and dnsrrlbuled by a s+uden+ sfaff under 'rhe sponsorshlp of Mr Muncy This Hornef sfaff IS composed of class repor+ers elecfed from each class and ofher members seleded by 'lhe sponsor and faculry Thus slaff publnshes The Horner peraoclucally wlfh news of spor+s gossip and ofher achvuhes +l1a'f IS of 1n+eres+ ro fhe sludenfs and 'Teachers W' gk. 1 My dxf! Y Jn:-,,,aQsv ,x 4' Ns X ,,,.f, 41 Y W L 4 4 I hi l I 'V' H l . .Pl -,L,-4 ,fx I-A k' cf Q. Q 'fri 'k..,:.S , -- - '-eg' ..,.,- . fp . 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