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Athletic Hall of Fame

Bill Waters '44

Outstanding All-Around Athlete. All-State football and basketball. Played baseball and ran track. Played two sports at OU. Oklahoma All-Time Great team in basketball. Played on CHHS great basketball teams of 1943 & 1944.

Jerry Snyder '47

All-State baseball player and good basketball player at CHHS. Major league baseball player for seven years with Red Sox and Washington.

Carl Slayton '55

Outstanding All-Around Athlete. All-State football. Good basketball player. Starter on 1954 State Champion basketball team. 1955 State Champion track team. Member of 1953 American Legion State Champion baseball team. AIIIAmerican football player at Coffeeville, Kansas Junior College. Played football at OU.

James Dobson '57

Outstanding All-Around Athlete. All-State football. Played basketball and baseball. Played football and baseball at OSU. Played on OSU National Champion baseball team in 1959. Member of All-Time Great team in football. Played professional baseball for several years.

Ed Nowlin '59

Great football player. All-State and All-City Player ofthe Year in 1958. Also ran track at CHHS. Played on two State Champion football teams at CHHS in 1957 and 1958. All-American at Central State University.

C. B. Speegle, ill

Outstanding quarterback. Led his team in back-to-back State Championships. All-State in football. Played for OSU and Central State. Outstanding passer and leader.



Jim Evanoff Jim Ferrill Tobie Fleeman James Hackett Gene Hicks Jerry Hudson Gerald Hulsey Bennie Jacobs Jimmy Jones Dennis Lyons

Nathan Ryker George Shipley C. B. Speegle, III Wes Stark

David Stracener Chuck Taylor Larry Taylor Richard Tice Bob Todd Cleophas Wooley


C. B. Speegle, Charles Murdock, John Smith

1957 Football Queen Pat Kelsay

1958 Football Queen Sandra Dobbs

Posthumous Award

Keith Smith '47

All-State Basketball Good Baseball Player Played OSU and AAU Basketball


Dr. Bob Nordquist '56

Played basketball at CHHS. Outstanding career in medical research. Holds 15 medical patents. Discovered several products used in cancer treatment. Still searching for the cure.

Dr. Robert Todd '58

Good football player. Played on 1957 and 58 State Champion teams. Education leader. Served as President of South Oklahoma City Community College for many years, greatly increasing its growth.

President's Award

Dr. Paul Heath '54

As a survivor and hero of the Murrah Building bombing, he was a spokesman for the survivors on local and national news. Paul served for many years as counselor for Veterans associations.


Charles Addison David Berryhill Ron Brockway Chuck Caldwell Ronnie Cleveland Doug Coleman Wade Creekmore Ron Dryden Allen Dwight Eddie Eades Donnie Edwards Bert Elliot

Perry Marrs

Joe McNutt Richard Midkiff Teddy Mills Jerry Morrow Ed Nowlin

Kent Osteen David Patterson Ron Pinkerton Alex Rogers

Jim Roschal Ralph Russell



Athletic Hall of Fame

Gene Sheets '49

Outstanding All-Around Athlete. All-State in basketball and baseball. Played baseball at OU. Played professional baseball for several years for Chicago White Sox system.

Elmer Humphreys '49

Outstanding golfer. Two-time State Champion. Very few men have won two high school State individual championships. Played on State Champion golf teams in 1948 and 1949.

Don Soergel '52

All-State in baseball. Played football and basketball. At OSU played football and baseball. Helped OSU win National Championship in baseball in 1959.

Jerry Wallace '53

All-State basketball. Played basketball at OSU and OCU for Hank Iba and Abe Lemons.

Frank Taylor '57

State 100 yard and 200 yard Champion. Member of 880 relay State Champion team. Ran track at Abilene Christian College where the relay team set a NCAA freshman record.

Keith Smith '47

Outstanding basketball and baseball player. All-State in basketball. Starred in basketball at OSU. Played AAU basketball for Phillips '66 team.

Lifetime Achievement Award

Royce Bishop '53

Royce became a very successful businessman. Past President of CHAAA. Very giving man with a big heart.


1949 State Champion Football Team 12 Wins - 0 Losses

Gail Amburn Floyd Brown

Duke Cook

Bill Green

Jerry Jewell

Dale Martin Harold Mulhausen Price Pooler James Raglin

Max Reynolds Oscar Shuler Mercil Verden

Dickie Blackstone Don Chamblee Dick Flinsbaugh Bob Hervey

T. L. Jones

J. W. Mashburn Gail Parnell Gunner Price Dale Rain bow Chuck Rowland Ray Thompson Darrell Williams

Tony Briseno Harold Coffman Gene Goodin Kenneth Hicks John Koch Alton Miller Neil Phillips Russell Price Herman Reece Wallace Shrout Jack VanPool Dick Woods

Coach John Miskovsky

Assistant Coaches C. B. Speegle & John Smith 1949 Football Queen Elba Lou Ferguson

1952-53 State Champion Baseball Team

Won National record of 65 wins in a row that went into 1954 season.

Dick Akers

Don Chamberlain Smokey Davidson Don Dunn

James Lary

John Nordquist Bill Richey Tommy Taylor

Marvin Best Buzzy Cleveland Jim Davis

Jerry Gill Richard Martin Chuck Page

Bob Shipman Tommy Wade

Bobby Burr Wayne Craig Don Demeter Bill Green Willie Morse Glen Plaster Don Soergel

Scorekeeper Charley Poor

Coaches John Pryor & John Smith Baseball Queen 1952 Beverly Oliver Kelly Baseball Queen 1953 Martha Ann Robbins Sadler


Lifetime Achievement (continued)

Lou Coker Kerr '55

President of the Kerr Foundation. Founder of Red Earth, Inc. Founder of Oklahoma City Public Schools Foundation. Founder of Sister Cities, Inc. Member of multiple state and national organizations. High profile civic leader. Involved in numerous humanitarian efforts.

President's Award

Newt Hanna '40

WW II hero and fighter pilot. Shot down over Germany. Was in POW camp until end of the war. Served in Korean war flying bombers.

Chuck Rowland '50

Chuck Played football at CHHS and was a member of the 1949 State Champion team. He's a Korean War veteran and has received two Purple Hearts.

Bill Pratt '41 Decorated WW II veteran



Athletic Hall of Fame

H. K. "Duke" Cook '50

Outstanding football player. All-City and All-Conference at CHHS. AIIIAmerican at Trinity College. Played professional football in the Canadian Football League.

Orville Moody '53

Great golfer. State Individual Champion at CHHS in 1950 and played on 1951 and 1952 State Champion golfteams. Won US Open Championship and the US Open Senior Championship while on the PGA tour.

Dick Woods '51

Played on 1949 CHHS State Champion football team and made All-City and All-Conference. Also played on 1950 State Runner-up football team. Member of the 1950 and 1951 track State Champions. Won first place Gold medals in the 880 yard run and 880 yard relay. Ran track at OU.

Darrell Wooley '55

Made All-State in football. All-City Player of the Year 1954. Played on 1953 State Champion football team. Played at Cameron University.

ClifT Speegle '35

Outstanding athlete. All-State football and basketball. Played on 1933 State and National Champion football teams. Played on 1935 State Champion basketball team. Coached football at CHHS, Coalgate University, and OSU. Served as commissioner of the Southwest Conference for many years.

Lifetime Achievement

Dr. Don Davis '52

Award winning botanist at the Smithsonian Museum in Washington, D.C. Expert in entomology.


2004 HALL OF FAME HONOREES (continued)


Mary Cline Margaret Doussett Phynila Elliot Peggy Gray

Eleanor Jaco Minx Donna Kuhlman Reba Little

Latane Purcell Price

Mary Sue Quintero Wilma Ridley Pauline Winter


Martha Cox and Ruthann Wilson


Lifetime Achievement

Dillard Hammett '49

Dillard was track man at CHHS and OU. After college his profession became the oil business. One of America's greatest leaders in oil field rig design. Won many national and world awards.

Joe Walser '50

Outstanding golfer at CHHS. He played at OSU, then played in the PGA. He became a golf course designer and developer and worked with Jack Nicklas and Arnold Palmer. Now co-owner of company with Ernie Vossler. One of the best developers in the world.

President's Award

Dr. Charles Poor '54

One of CHHS's greatest success stories. Wheel-chair bound for most of his life, he has many accomplishments. Served on staffs of several colleges and universities. Dr. Poor served on the faculty of Baylor College of Medicine as Assistant Professor of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation for 20 years. He was nominated to the US Presidents Medical Council on the Handicapped in 1980. Listed in the Directory of Distinguished Americans in 1981 and Who's Who in America in 1994. He joined the staff of Houston's First Baptist Church in 1973 and developed a counseling program used in the US and internationally.

Special Recognition

C. B. Speegle '33


Claudius Barber Wayne Boles

G. A. Burris Bud Eagle Eugene Faubion Albert Sales

Bill Hance Bill Johnson Dick Land Jack Landon Ken Pryor Bill Waters

Harper Self Wayne Speegle Harley Senft Don Van Pool Jim Wallace



Athletic Hall of Fame

Kenny Hicks '48

Outstanding basketball player at CHHS and OSU where he played for basketball legend Hank Iba. Made All-College Tournament Honorable Mention Team in 1951. Played on 1948 and 1949 State Golf Championship teams. He lost the individual State Gold medal by one stroke to teammate and Hall of Famer Elmer Humphreys. Was Panhandle Hall of Fame Golf Coach of the Year in 1961-1965-1966-1967.

Jim Davis '53

Jim was an outstanding baseball player, a great shortstop, and a good basketball player. He ws a member of the Dream Team that won 65 in a row and should have been an All-Stater in baseball. One of the best shortstops in US Fast Pitch Softball. Jim is a member of the Oklahoma Softball Hall of Fame.

Wes Stark '58

All-State football and All-City Player of the Year. Good baseball player. Won All-City high jump in track. Played on the great back-to-back State Champion football teams of 1957-58.

Larry Taylor '60

All-State football. One of CHHS's greatest linemen. He won the State Shot Put in 1960. Larry attended OSU and Central State.

Coach C. B. Speegle '33

Our legendary coach and leader at CHHS during 1929 to 1971. His teams won seven State Championships, three in football and four in golf. Coached basketball at CHHS. Member of Oklahoma Coaches Hall of Fame. Played football and basketball at OSU and Central State.


2005 HALL OF FAME HONOREES (Continued)

1953 Football Team

Nathan Barber Marvin Best James Bridges David Brown Ronnie Bruce Jim Clark

Don Coffman Wayne Craig Jim Crawford Jim Danner Dale Dodson Dean Doughty Paul Fox

J. Don Harris

Harold Harvey Jim Hicks

Charles Hildenbrand Don King

Benton Ladd

James Lary

Don May

Eddie McMillan Bill McNutt

T. A. Minton Tom Nicklas Jerry O'Quinn Chuck Page Billy Parker

Football Queen Beverly Nicklas

Charles Pickens Don Pryor Sherman Reed Don Reid Marshall Rogers Lloyd Rumbaugh Leroy Saloga Allan Shipman Mike Simpson Carl Slayton Dick Soergel Fred Weed Darrell Wooley Bob Wright


C. B. Speegle, John Smith, A. D. Jacobson

1946 & 1947 Baseball Teams

Gene Canfield Steve Glasgow Dick Heldenbrand Carlos McCleave Jess Ladd

Don McClure Dwain McClure AI Miller

Bob Perdue Keith Smith

Coach John Pryor


Gene Sheets Jerry Snyder Tom Sturdivant Vernon Swafford Jack VanPool

Lifetime Achievement

Peggy Gray Shreve '54

Peggy has had an outstanding business career. As President and CEO of Frontier Electronic Systems and its predecessor Frontier Engineering, Inc., the company won many national awards for their work for the Department of Defense and NASA's international space station. Peggy won many personal awards: Female Entrepreneaur of the Year at the regional and national levels from President Reagan in a White House ceremony in 1984. Peggy also won many state awards. She's worked with varied Native American activities at Haskell Institute in Laurence, Kansas.

Paul Odom '48

Paul continues his outstanding business career while serving his City and State. After leaving CHHS he attended OSU, then served in Korea in the US Army. In 1955 he started his very successful construction company. Paul is an accomplished pilot and transfers sick and injured people to different locations at no cost.

President's Award

A. C. "Ozzie" Ossenkop

Outstanding career at CHHS as Director of the Choir for 22 years - 1950- 1972. In 1961 he was the only high school choral director in the US to become a charter member of the American Choral Directors Association. Elected to Who's Who in 1961. His choirs became as great as our athletic tams, winning 16 State Championships, performing across the US and Canada. In 1961 the choir performed at the National Music Convention in New Mexico. In 1965 the choir performed at the World's Fair in New York and at the United States Capitol. In 1967 they performed at Expo '67 in Montreal and in 1968 at the Hemisfair in San Antonio. Students Billy Johns ('54) and Chris Merritt ('71) became performers at the Metropolitan Opera.



Coach Jim Lookabaugh

Our CHHS football coach from 1930 through 1938, he won three State Championships and one National Championship when the team beat a Chicago team 55-12. He had an unbeaten streak of 30 from 1932 through 1934. He established CHHS as a power in Oklahoma football. Coached 18 All-Staters, 3 All-Decade All-Time greats, Crusty Barton, Cliff Speegle and Jim Tyree. Barton and Speegle were also All-Century players. After 1938 he went to OSU as coach. Where he had 3 bowl teams. 1945 had the only undefeated team in OSU history.

Joe Spencer '40

Lettered 3 years at CHHS and graduated in 1940. At OSU he played for Jim Lookabaugh. Played in 1941 & 1942 before entering the Army. Returned to OSU where he graduated. Played professional football with Brooklyn Dodgers football team and Cleveland and Green Bay. Began coaching career that spanned 33 years, 24 in pro football. Known as one of the greatest line coaches in pro football.

Allie Reynolds '34

A great pitcher for New York Yankees, Allie pitched in Big League for 13 years with two no-hitters and 36 shutouts. Six-time All-Star .

. 630 winning percentage is higher than 75% of National Hall of Fame pitchers. Great big-game pitcher. Casey Stengel wanted Allie on the mound in all big games. Allie was also a great leader in Indian issues.



Athletic Hall of Fame

Ab Justice '52

Ab has had an outstanding golf career. Played in two State Championships - 1951 & 1952. Runner-up both years for the Individual Champion. He won the two man State Championship with Orville Moody. Played at OSU where he was OSU's first AlllAmerican Golfer in 1958, Oklahoma State Amateur Champion in 1955. He turned professional in 1959and has been Oak Tree Club Champion six times.

Smokey Davidson '53

Outstanding baseball player. Great all around player on offense and defense. Member of the Dream Team that won 65 in a row. Should have been All-State on that team. Great fast pitch softball player. Smokey is a member of the Softball Hall of Fame.

Harold Cook '52

Harold was an All-City football player at CHHS and All American at Central State University. Great player. He's a member of our famous Cook family.

Wayne Craig '54

All-City and All-Conference football. Starter on 1953 State Champion football team and starter on 1954 State Champion basketball team. Wayne played on three State Champion baseball teams, played at OU, and played professional baseball.


2006 HALL OF FAME HONOREES ( continued)

Charles Wade Dick Flinsbaugh Oscar Shuler

J. W. Mashburn Bob Phillips Dillard Hammett James Raglin Bob Moon

Nathan Barber

T. A. Minton Johnny Robertson David Woodson Howard Wigley

Hub Reed

Wayne Craig Lloyd Rumbaugh John Robertson

STATE CHAMPIONS 1950 & 1951 Track Teams

Shelby Greeson Charles Hepler Bill Cockrell Bob Douglas Joe Welch

Berry Mashburn Sammy Price Derald Smith

Coach Ray Vaughn


Raymond Cook Lonnie Nowlin Rondal Wallace Bill Hooten

Bob McKenzie

Coach Ray Vaughn

STATE CHAMPIONS 1954 Basketball Team

Chuck Page Glen Plaster Dick Soergel John Sheppard

Coach John Smith 14

Bob Sloan Ed Gates Bob Pyle Dick Wood Speed Jones Parker Bond Joe Witt

Don Joe Raper

Ron King Jim White Carl Slayton Glen Short

Joe Robinson Jerry Golden Carl Slayton Leroy Snellen

Nick Harroz '39

Nick returned from naval service in 1946 to start his first grocery store in a converted house, called Nick's Brett Drive Grocery. The store was so small he had to hang things like potato chips from the ceiling. In 1953 he opened a bigger store, Nick's IGA on 28th Street, and his great success began to grow. Soon people began coming from all over the city and even outside the city to shop at Crest Foods stores. Nick is one of the finest grocery men that this state has ever had. He's one of CHHS's greatest success stories.

Elizabeth "Betty" Sullivan '48

Betty started her music career at the age of seven, studying piano, voice, and pipe organ. From 1971 to 1973 she studied voice under Dr. Bruce Govich, University of Oklahoma professor. She enrolled at OU as a music major and studied composition under Dr. James Faulconer from 1979 to 1984. She has performed at Carnegie Hall four times: 2003, 2004, 2005, and in 2007 on her 60th wedding anniversary. All her appearances were after the age of 70.

President's Award

Don Mathis '49

Don's story is one of the greatest that CBHS or this state has ever seen. He learned to sell used furniture by helping his dad on 29th Street. Don and his brother Bud opened a store on Reno. At that time they started their TV show, singing country music. Buck Owens sang with them. He later bought out Bud and moved to 3rd & Western. In 1976 Don and his sons moved to the big store at 3434 West Reno where it has become one of America's biggest. He sold it to his boys in 1988 and retired, until he started Lady Americana Mattress Company, which became a great success also. Don bought Oak Tree Country Club in 1994 and has restored it to top class status.


Coach Ray Vaughn

Outstanding track coach at CHHS where he won three State championships: 1950,1951, and 1955, and was runner-up in 1957. He was Coach and Athletic Director at Oklahoma Christian College, Coaching 60 All-Americans at OCC and Olympians Jeff Bennett and Gold Medalist J. W. Mashburn. He also coached in the 1972 Olympics. Vaughn has been inducted into four Halls of Fame: the NAIA, The Helms, Oklahoma Christian, and Harding University.

Joe Bauman '49

Joe played football, basketball and baseball at CHHS, being All-State in baseball. He was an outstanding power hitter. Hit 72 home runs in pro baseball to best all-time professional record. It's still the minor league record. Pro baseball's minor league Home Run Trophy is now named the Joe Bauman trophy. The year he hit 72 home runs, he also hit .400, drove in 225 runs and had a .916% slugging average.

Lifetime Achievement

Dr. J. Don Harris '55

Don was a member of the 1953 State Champion football team and played two years of football at Murray State. He graduated from dental school in 1964 and entered private practice in 1966. Has served as adjunct professor and preceptor instructor at Oklahoma School of Dentistry. In 1970 he became the youngest chief of dental staff at St. Anthony Hospital. He has started many organizations for underprivileged children, including the mentally challenged, that provide dental and medical care. He established D-Dent in 1985, a stateewide organization that has provided millions of dollars of free dental care for the needy. Dr. Harris has received many awards for his work. He was admitted to the Pierre Fouchard Dental Academy by his peers, one of dentistry's highest honors.



Athletic Awards

Allen Dukes '69

All-City, All-Conference, and All-State in basketball. Outstanding career at Oklahoma Christian College in basketball. Head basketball coach at Capitol Hill, Grant, and Del City. He also coached golf for 15 years at Del City.

Berry Mashburn '52

Stand-out defensive back and offensive end. At OU he played football and ran track. Also played at OSU and Central State College where he was AIIIConference. Played pro football in United Football League and the Canadian Football League.

Jim Tyree '40

Jim made All-State in 1939, then played at OU in 1941 and 1942 and made All Big-Six Conference Team. He went into service and returned to play at OU in 1946, and in 1947 was again All Big-Six. Played in Blue Grey All-Star Football Classic. He was drafted by the Boston Yanks of the NFL and played one year. He's a member of All-Decade All-Time Greats in football.


Glen Plaster '54

Glen was one of the greatest CHHS hitters. Hit .500 his senior year. Made All-City, All-Conference and All-State. He made All-Century on the Daily Oklahoman All-Century Team. Glen played on three State Champion baseball teams and was an important member of the Dream Team that won 65 games in a row. He was a starter on the 1954 State Champion basketball team. He played one year at Minnesota University, then signed and played four seasons of pro ball with the Brooklyn Dodgers organization, batting over .300 all four seasons.


2007 HALL OF FAME HONOREES (continued)

1948 Golf Team

Jerry Edwards Aldy Gers Kenneth Hicks Elmer Humphreys

1949 Golf Team

Jerry Edwards Jack Gers Kenneth Hicks Elmer Humphreys

1951 Golf Team

Harlow Gers Ab Justice Eddie Lookabaugh Orville Moody

1952 Golf Team

Earl Edwards Ab Justice Eddie Lookabaugh Orville Moody


Lifetime Achievement (continued)

Glenn Short '62

Glenn lettered on the tennis team while at CHHS and received many awards in science and mechanical drafting at CHHS, OSU, and Central State University. After he graduated from OCU in 1968, he helped form the architectural firm of Frankfurt, Short, Bruza and became its President. That firm has become one of the largest in Oklahoma and the United States.

President's Award

Charles "Chuck" Smiley '48

Chuck went from Knobberette Buddy at CHHS to become one of our American heroes. He became a Naval aviator in 1953 and flew reconnaissance and electronic countermeasure invasions off the coast of Russia and North Korea. In 1960 they moved him to helicopters and he was assigned to antiisubmarine warfare and made two deployments to Laos, Viet Nam, and the Philippines. In 1970 Chuck became squadron commander of the Helicopter Anti-Submarine Squadron 4, which was the prime recovery squadron for the first five Apollo lunar missions. He was prime recovery pilot for Apollos 10 and 13 and back-up for Apollo 12. His final assignment for the Navy was Chief of Staff, Commander, Carrier based Anti-Submarine Warfare Wing, Pacific Fleet.


Posthumous (continued)

Wayne Speegle '48

Wayne was an All-State basketball player and also played football and golf, and was State Champion in 1946. He played basketball at OU where he was on the 1947 team that went to the NCAA tournament finals in 1947. He also played golf at OU.

Slats Wyrick '34

Great football player. Made All-State in football and also played basketball. He was co-captain on the great 1933 football team that won state and national championships. Slats went to UCLA where he made Honorable Mention All-American in 1937 and 1938. Jim Lookabaugh said he was the greatest lineman he ever coached. He received the Air Medal for his work as an aerial commander in World War II. Slats was killed at the end of the war.

Lifetime Achievement

Mickey Edwards '54

Sports Editor ofthe great Redskin Arrow, he later went to OU and majored in journalism. He then went to OCU and received his law degree. In 1974 Mickey ran for United States Congress and lost, and ran again in 1976 and won, then was elected seven more times, serving sixteen years. He rose to the fourth highest ranking leadership position in the Republican Party. Mickey did an outstanding job for the people of Oklahoma.

Harry Merson '55

Harry was Student Body President his senior year, then went to OU and graduated with a degree in business administration, and also earned his law degree from OU College of Law, completing all his studies in six years. His law practice reaches all the way to the United States Supreme Court. Harry served ten years on the original MAPS oversight board as Chairman of the Construction Review Committee.



Athletic Hall of Fame

Floyd Brown '52

Outstanding football player. Made All City, All Conference and All State. Played on 1949 State Championship team. He was co-captain on the 1951 football team that lost only one game to an Oklahoma team. Played at OU and later at North Texas University.

Jim Neugent '68

Outstanding all around athlete. Made All State in football. He was the outstanding wrestler on the wrestling team and outstanding track man. He was three-time All American in track at Oklahoma Christian University. Jim was inducted into the NAIA Hall of Fame in 1980, Oklahoma Christian Hall of Fame in 1998, and Oklahoma Track Coaches Hall of Fame in 2004.

Son Riley '41

Outstanding football player. He was All City, All Conference, and All State. He also was Golden Gloves State Champion as a heavyweight boxer. Son played one year at OU before serving in World War II.


Jackie Brooks '51

One of Capitol Hill's greatest football players where he made All City, All Conference, and All State. He also played in the Oil Bowl. Jackie played at OU one year and then was drafted.


2008 HALL OF FAME HONOREES (continued)

1933 Football Team

State & National Champions

Lee Allen

Fred Ball

Crusty Barton Hoyt Barton Ralph Beavers Harold Brice Beverly Carmack Jess Carpenter _Caskey George Darrow Don Donovan Bob Freese

Bob Harrison John Huff

Jack Lamb Larkin Lamb Harold Kemp Bruce Long

Arvel Lyons Milton McFarland Pete Mitchell

Ed Paul

Claude Pepper Allie Reynolds

Bill Reynolds Cliff Speegle Harold Stein Andy Stoner Price Stratton Bill Wells Harrison White Albert Williams Paul Wood

Slats Wyrick, Captain

Jim Lookabaugh, Head Coach Perk Whitman, Assistant Coach

1961 Football Team

Alvin Albin

Olen Arnett Darrell Bradshaw Jim Brodhurst Robert Dennis Hugh Harrell Dean McElvany Bobby Mitchell Robert Page Dearl Ruth

Paul Sewell George Spiva Barney Strickland Jim Talkington Jim Whipple Gerald Woosley

Lynn Albright Jerrel Beavers Tommy Bond Travis Brown Charles Gastineau Ron Huff

Larry Merrill

Bob Moran

Frank Quintero Don Scholl

Smut Smith

John Stark

Lloyd Summers David Taylor

Kip Woodruff

James Armstrong Bill Bradley

Jerry Booth

Paul Cleveland Tommy Griffm Frank Lehenbauer Dan Miller

Jim Neivar

Bobby Rogers David Scott

Mike Speegle Randy Statham William Sullivan Robert Taylor J.D. Womach


C. B. Speegle, Charles Murdock, John Bell 6

Lifetime Achievement (continued)

Dr. Larry Killebrew '61

One of America's leading breast cancer researchers and instructors. He was President of the American Cancer Society, Oklahoma County unit 1991-1993. Larry was the first physician in Oklahoma to begin performing the non-biopsy system known as mammotest which is now the standard of care in the United States. In 1986 he opened the Oklahoma Breast Care Center, the first dedicated women's imaging center in Oklahoma. His mobile mammography units go to remote parts of Oklahoma to test women who would not otherwise receive this service. They screen teachers and work with Indian Health Services, saving the lives of many women.

President's Award

Donny Tuley

Donny has the greatest basketball coaching record in CBBS history and one of Oklahoma's very best. In 27 years, he has won 442 games, made 10 state tournaments and was State Runner-up one year. Donny is an outstanding leader of young men.



H. L. "Crusty" Barton '34

Outstanding athlete. Played football, basketball and baseball. He was best at football where he made All-State, All-Decade and AIIICentury. He was captain on the great 1933 CHHS football team that won the State Championship and the National Championship by defeating Chicago 55 to 12. Crusty played two years at OCU.

Bob Cook '48

Bob graduated from CHHS in 1948 and took a football scholarship to play at Oklahoma A&M where he made the All-Missouri Valley team. Bob played in the Blue/Gray game his last year at A&M, then went to the Detroit Lions for a short time before being called into the Army, where he received two Purple Hearts and a Silver Star in Korea.

Lifetime Achievement

Ed Shreve '53

Ed is co-founder of Frontier Engineering, which is involved in developing products for government defense systems for the Navy and Air Force, one of which was developing avionics for the F-18 fighter plane. Frontier Engineering has split off to several different companies and continues to be a leader in its field.

Dr. Dan Sheaffer '47

One of America's great preachers and builders of missionary churches. His leadership has produced over 3,000 churches and with his followers he has evangelized almost the whole nation of Mahawi, Africa, maybe the greatest mission success in American history. His new church, Harvest Assembly of God, has now built 20 new churches in Burundi, Africa, in the last year and a half.



Athletic Hall of Fame

Oscar Shuler '51

Oscar played football, basketball and track at CHHS. He played on the 1949 State Champion football team, ran track on the 1950 and 1951 State Champion track teams, and had a great 24 year military career. As a pilot he flew fixed-wing and helicopters. Oscar served in Korea, Germany, and two tours in Viet Nam, flying over 500 combat missions. He was awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross, four Bronze Stars, and twenty air medals.

Jim Whipple '62

Outstanding football player: All-City, All Conference and AlllState. Was runner-up to Lineman ofthe Year. Played in Oil Bowl against Texas. Co-Captain of the 1961 runner-up for the State Championship. Played for OU and the Oklahoma Plainsmen. Coach C. B. Speegle said he was one of his greatest players. Serves all over the United States and world on mission trips.

Johnny Robertson '55

Two-year starter in football and basketball. Also lettered in track. All-State in basketball in 1956. Member of two State Championship teams: basketball in 1954 and track in 1955. Outstanding career with Mobil Oil Corporation that took him all over the world.

Billy Davis '53

Outstanding lineman on 1951 and 1952 football teams. Bill was co-captain with Bob Price in 1952. He was All-City and All-State where he was co-captain on that team and co-captain of the Oil Bowl team in 1953. Bill attended OU on scholarship where he was roommate with Tommy Pearson and co-captain with Jerry Tubbs. An injury ended his career after his sophomore season.



Athletic Hall of Fame

Bob Massey '67 Jack Landon '44 Donald Joe Raper '53


Paul Woodson '38 Lloyd Rumbaugh '54 Glen Fowler '45

Lifetime Achievement

David Yost '55 Ron Fulkerson '50 Jim Null '61

President's Award


Phil Benson (deceased) Hoyt Estes

John Miskovsky (deceased) Ray Thompson

Jim Wallace



ANNUAL BANQUET August 1,2009


5:00 to 6:30 p.m.


6:30 p.m.


Hoyt Estes

Master of Ceremonies

Chuck Page

Welcome Guests

Introduction of Hall of Fame Inductees

Introduction of Scholarship Recipients Robert Stovall

Von dell Mosley

Presentation of the 2009 Hall of Fame Honorees

Closing Comments

Lifetime Achievement

Dan Fiorini '48

Very successful businessman. Known for his contributions to charitable organizations.

Donna Skinner Nigh '51

CHHS band, Ki-Yi, Band Queen. Continues to advocate for Oklahoma's developmentally disabled. Served on President Clinton's Committee on Mental Retardation. Oklahoma City Public Schools Wall of Fame. Served eight years as First Lady of Oklahoma as the wife of two-term Governor George Nigh.

Madalene Moyer Roedl '56

Founding board member of South Community where she was vice president of patient services. CEO of Select Specialty Hospital.

President's Award

Alex Higdon

CHHS Principal 1950-56. Outstanding leader of young people.



Athletic HaD of Fame

Bob Holt '36 All-Around Athlete.

Kenneth Pryor '43

All-State basketball player at CRRS. Played at OU and for Phillips '66 in AAU basketball. Daily Oklahoman All-Time Great Player. Also good baseball player.

Alton Miller '50

All-State baseball player. Professional baseball player for several years.

Good football and basketball player. Oklahoma Rail of Fame Football Coach. Played on 1949 undefeated State Champion football team.

Jack VanPool '50

Triple All-Stater. Played football and baseball at OU. All-Time Great football player. Picked by Daily Oklahoman to top 11. All-Time All Around Athlete in Oklahoma history. As Second Lt., Jack played baseball with the Ft. Sill 77th Field Artillery.

J. VV.Mashburn'51

Olympic Gold Medal champion in track. Set high school national record in 440. Good football player at OU one year before concentrating on track. Oklahoma Sports Rail of Fame. Selected All-Century. VVon six first-place medals in state meets in 1950-51. Ran track at OU and OSU.

Dick Soergel '56

All-State basketball. Outstanding All-Around Athlete in football and baseball. Outstanding Athlete at OSU in football, basketball, and baseball. All-Century Team. Oklahoma Sports Rail of Fame. Picked in top ten AIIIAround Athletes in Oklahoma history.

Benton Ladd '54

All-State football. All-City and All-State Lineman of the Year. All-American. Played at OU on two national champion teams. All-Decade All-Time great

football teams. 30


John Pryor

Great coach in basketball and baseball. Coached 1952-53-54 baseball teams that won 65 in a row. His national record lasted almost 50 years. Also coached basketball team that won 75 out of 76 games during 1943-44-45 seasons. Coached baseball's team known nationally as the Dream Team that had 14 players sign professional contracts.

Lifetime Achievement

Glenn Foster '64

Track man and leading oral surgeon.

President's Award

Dr. Bill Lillard

Outstanding educator at CBBS and University of Central Oklahoma where he served as President.



Athletic Award

Duffy Martin '33

Outstanding career in golf as a player and golf course developer, being recognized by the PGA for six decades of contributions to the game. In 1982 he was the US National Senior Pro Am winner. After the age of 80, he won the Palm Springs Spring Championship in 96/97, the Scottsdale Fall Classic in 1999, and in 2000 won the Palm Springs Spring Championship again, the Pala Mesa Fall Classic, the PGA Senior Hall of Fame. Then in 2007/08 he won the Super Senior PGA Championship for 90 and above. Duffy is still playing and winning tournaments around the country.

Don VanPool '44

Outstanding football and basketball player and basketball coach. All-State in football. Played on the great 1943-44 basketball Championship team. Daily Oklahoman All -Time Great Player in football. Played football at OSU for Coach Jim Lookabaugh. Coached baseball and football at CHHS. Oklahoma Hall of Fame coach.

Lindell Pearson '46

Outstanding football player. All-State at CHHS. Played at Arkansas and OU before playing with the NFL Detroit Lions.

Tommy Sturdivant '48

All-State baseball player. Played for the New York Yankees and Detroit and Pittsburgh and Boston. Spent 10 years in major leagues. Runner-up for the Cy Young award as the American League's Best Pitcher.

Bob Burr '53

All-State baseball. Except for knee injury, he probably would have been AIIIStater in more than one sport. Played baseball and basketball at OU. Selected to All-Century team in baseball. Played professional baseball for several years.


Don Demeter '53

Member of the Dream Team at CHHS. Set major league record for fielding in the majors that stood for many years. All-Century Team. Known for his work with Christian athletes. Major League baseball player with the Dodgers, Detroit, and Philadelphia.

Chuck Page '54

All-State in football and baseball. All-City and All-Conference in basketball. All-City Player of the Year I football and All-City and All-State Player of the Year in baseball. Member of All-Decade Great Team in football. Played on five State champion teams at CHHS. Member of baseball All-Century team. Played football at Central State. Played professional baseball seven years. Picked in top ten All-Around Athletes in Oklahoma history. Injuries shortened his baseball career. All-American fast pitch softball player and Hall of Fame fast pitch player.

Hub Reed '54

Outstanding basketball player at CHHS. All-City. All-Conference. All-State. All-State Player of the Year in 1954. All-American at CHHS and Oklahoma City University.

Chebon Dacon '63

Great football player. All-City Player of the Year. All-State. Played at OU. Injured his knee in his first year which ended his career. He was a sure star had he not been injured.

President's Award

C. B. Speegle '33

Legendary coach and leader at CHHS during 1929 to 1971. His teams won seven State Championships, three in football and four in golf. Coached basketball at CHHS. Member of Oklahoma Coaches Hall of Fame. Played football and basketball at OSU and Central State.



Athletic Hall of Fame

Jimmy Leverich '29

All around athlete. Played on football, basketball, and track teams.

Leo Kuykendall '28 All around athlete.

Elmer Hunt '30

Bob Freese '35

All around athlete. Played football and baseball. Still playing softball at 89 years of age. Serves on the Board of Trustees for CHAAA.

Jim Nievar '63

Great football player. All-State football and All-City Defensive Player of the Year in 1962.

Lifetime Achievement

James Blevins '45

Judge of the District Court of Oklahoma County

Wanda Jackson '55

Great Country and Western and Gospel singer and musician. Continues to perform in Japan and worldwide.

President's Award

Lester Howard '63

The Howard family floral business has been serving the Capitol Hill Community since 1909, from its first shop at Southwest 25th & Western to its current location.



1933 - Coach - Jim Lookabaugh 1937 - Coach - Jim Lookabaugh 1949 - Coach - John Miskovsky 1953 - Coach - C. B. Speegle 1957 - Coach - C. B. Speegle 1958 - Coach - C. B. Speegle

Runner-up in 1950 and 1961


1935 - Coach - Bill Haller 1944 - Coach - John Pryor 1954 - Coach - John Smith

1973 - Coach - Buddy Armstrong

Run.ner-up in 1943,1947,1956,1977


1925 - Coach - Unknown 1941- Coach - Unknown

1926 - Coach - Unknown 1946 - Coach - Unknown

1927 - Coach - Unknown 1947 - Coach - John Pryor

1937 - Coach - Unknown 1952 - Coach - John Pryor

1939 - Coach - Unknown 1953 - Coach - John Pryor

1940 - Coach - Unknown 1956 - Coach - John Pryor

Runner-up in 1934,1935, 1936, 1938


1950 & 1953 Team 1955 Team Coach - Ray Vaughn



Gene Land/Joe McCrary Doubles

Gene LandlBarry Walraven Doubles

Gene Land Singles

Barry WalravenIBob West Doubles

Barry Walraven Singles

Harry Taylor/Charles Straw Doubles

1950 1952 1952 1953 1953 1956


Ella EricksonlMarie Grady Diana SpiveylBarbara Hill Diana SpiveylBarbara Hill


Runners-up Doubles Runners-up Doubles

1936 1963 1964


Mary Cline

Latane Purcell Price Peggy Gray

Eleanor Jaco Minx

Reba Little Phynila Elliot Wilma Ridley Donna Kuhlman

Margaret Doussett Mary Sue Quintero Pauline Winter

Coaches Martha Cox and Ruthann Wilson


1940 1946 1953 1956 1951 1952

Coach - Unknown Coach - John Pryor Coach - John Smith Coach - John Smith

Runner-Up - Coach John Pryor Runner-Up - Coach John Pryor



1948 1949 1951 1952

Coach - C. B. Speegle Coach - C. B. Speegle Coach - C. B. Speegle Coach - C. B. Speegle


1950 1951

Coach - Unknown - Runner-Up Coach - Unknown - Runner-Up


J. W. Mashburn - Track


Allie Reynolds Tommy Sturdivant Tom Tatum

Don Demeter Jerry Snyder George Wright


Lindell Pearson NFL Hubert "Duke" Cook CFL Berry Mashburn CFL

Bob Cook Joe Spencer Jim Tyree


Winford Boynes


Hub Reed


Ken Pryor

Keith Smith





Orville Moody Ab Justice

Joe Walser

US Open and US Open Senior Champion PGA Tour

PGA Tour


Dick Akers Joe Bauman

Bob Burr Don Chamberlain

Ken Stonecipher Smokey Davidson

Don Dunn Aiton Miller

Chuck Page James Dobson

Allie Reynolds Bob Shipman Tom Sturdivant George Wright

Marvin Best Buzzy Cleveland Jimmy Davis Jerry Morrow Glen Plaster Jerry Snyder Joel Parkey


Cliff Speegle Bill Waters Gene Sheets Jack VanPool Chuck Page

Football, Basketball Football, Basketball Basketball, Baseball

Football, Basketball, Baseball Football, Baseball


Ray Bond Wayne Craig Don Demeter Willie Morse Gene Sheets Tatum

1935 1944 1949 1950 1954

Jim Thorpe - Daily Oklahoman Best All-Around Athlete

Dick Soergel Chuck Page Jack VanPool

Top Ten Top Ten Top Eleven

All-State Players of the Year

Benton Ladd Chuck Page Hub Reed

Defense - Football Pitcher - Baseball Basketball


1953 1954 1954

All-City Players of the Year - Football

Chuck Page Benton Ladd Darrell Wooley Jerry Perry Wes Stark

Ray Curtis

Ed Nowlin

Jim Nievar Chebon Dacon

Offensive Defensive Defensive Defensive Defensive Offensive Offensive Defensive Offensive

All-City Player of the Year - Baseball

Chuck Page


1953 1953 1954 1955 1957 1957 1958 1962 1963



Crusty Barton Cliff Speegle Jim Tyree

Don VanPool Lindell Pearson Jack VanPool

Chet Bryan Ken Pryor Bill Waters

1933 1934 1939 1944 1946 1950


Benton Ladd Chuck Page James Dobson Dick Soergel Chebon Dacon Jackie Brooks


1935 1943 1944

Wayne Boles Hub Reed Dick Soergel


1953 1953 1956 1955 1964 1950

1945 1954 1956


Crusty Barton Allie Reynolds Cliff Speegle Elmer Humphreys J. W.Mashburn Orville Moody

1933 1934 1935 1949 1951 1952

Bob Burr Don Demeter Chuck Page Glen Plaster Hub Reed Dick Soergel

1953 1953 1954 1954 1954 1956


c. B. Speegle

1953 and 1961

Alton Miller, Jess Ladd, and Don VanPool, all Capitol Hill graduates, were Coaches of the Year at other schools.


Alton Miller

C. B. Speegle

Don VanPool John Pryor Charles Murdock

Football Football Basketball Baseball Track


Ray Thompson Hoyt Estes Phil Benson Jim Wallace

John Miskovsky



Douglas Elam E

Ernie Webb T

Germaine Keller E Roy Barton E Herbert Ferrell T Bernie Walcott QB

Bruce Long C

Crusty Barton FB

Slats Wyrick T

Ralph Beaver G

Ralph Beaver G

Bill Reynolds T

Cliff Speegle E

Paul Woodson B Paul Woodson B

Ed Hotchkiss C

Clovis Pierce E

Tommy Moulton C

Altus Avery B

Tracy Henry B

Jim Tyree E

Carlisle Pratt G

Son Riley B

Bill Rogers G

Richard Carpenter T Clyde Thompson E Richard Carpenter G

Roy Lane B

Bill Waters T

J. O. Thompson B

Don VanPool E

E. G. Stewart T

Duane Prince E

Duane Prince E

Bob Cook B

Lindell Pearson B

1926 1926 1928 1929 1932 1932 1933 1933 1933 1933 1934 1934 1935 1936 1937 1937 1937 1938 1938 1938 1939 1939 1940 1940 1941 1941 1942 1942 1943 1944 1944 1945 1945 1946 1946 1946

Leroy Marshall G Leroy Marshall G

Jim Pollick B

Dennis Phelps B

John Koch B

Jack VanPool QB

Jerry Jewell E

Jackie Brooks T

Roy Randall B

Floyd Brown C

Billy Davis G

Tom Pearson E

Benton Ladd T

Chuck Page QB

Darrell Wooley G Carl Slayton B Bob McKenzie E Bobby Jobe B Calvin McLain C

James Dobson E

Wes Stark E

Ray Curtis B

David Patterson E

Bert Elliot G

Ed Nowlin B

Larry Taylor G

C. B. Speegle III QB

Allen Dwight B

Jim Whipple E

Mike Speegle B

Jim Nievar T

Leonard Arnold E

Chebon Dacon B

Ronnie Jones QB

Jim Neugent E

Anthony Gaeddart T

Jackie Ross C


1946 1947 1948 1948 1949 1949 1949 1950 1950 1951 1952 1952 1953 1953 1954 1954 1954 1955 1955 1956 1957 1957 1957 1958 1958 1959 1959 1960 1961 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1967 1968 1967


Chet Bryan

Cliff Speegle

Ken Pryor

Bill Johnson

Bill Waters Wayne Boles Wayne Speegle Keith Smith

Ralph James

Gene Sheets

Jack VanPool

Joe McCrary Jerry Wallace Hubert Reed

Dick Soergel

John Robertson John Williams Allen Dukes Dwayne Trout Winford Boynes Steve Robinson Euvaughn Jackson Aaron Eaves

Cory Nowlin

Ted Alsup


1935 1935 1943 1944 1944 1945 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1950 1953 1954 1956 1956 1967 1969 1970 1974 1974 1987 1997 1997 1998



Joe Bauman Claudius Barber George Cox

Dick Heldenbrand Allen Batson Jerry Snyder

Tom Sturdivant Gene Sbeets Skipper Smitb

AI Miller

Jack VanPool Benny Rowland Don Soergel

Dick Akers

Bob Burr

Buzzy Cleveland Glen Plaster Willie Morse CbuckPage

Don Dunn

Ken Pierce Robert Hembree Ray Bond

Ron Pinkerton Bob Reeves

Jerry Morrow David Nemecek George Manek Ron Dobbs

Joe Groesbeck Robert Toolate Bill Grissom Clyde Armstrong Don Swafford Stan Koonce George Wrigbt









1940 1944 1946 1946 1947 1947 1948 1949 1949 1950 1950 1951 1952 1952 1953 1953 1954 1954 1954 1955 1956 1957 1957 1959 1959 1961 1961 1963 1965 1966 1967 1967 1970 1971 1973 1977


David Daugherty Ross Nichols Ross Nichols Ross Nichols

Bill Waters Lonnie Lunken J. W.Mashburn J. W. Mashburn J. W. Mashburn J. W. Mashburn J. W. Mashburn J. W. Mashburn Dick Woods

Dick Woods

Don King

Ledgel Taylor Bob McKenzie Bob McKenzie Ron King

Frank Taylor Frank Taylor Frank Taylor Gerald Hulsey Larry Taylor Bob Massey

Bob Massey

Bob Massey

Bob Massey Wesley Wortham


High Jump High Jump High Hurdles Shot Putt Mile Run Low Hurdles Mile Relay 880 Relay

220 Yard Dash 440 Yard Run 880 Relay


Mile Relay Discus Pole Vault Discus

880 Relay Discus

100 Yard Dash 220 Yard Dash 880 Relay

440 Yard Run Shot Putt

High Hurdles Low Hurdles High Jump State Decathlon

Mile Relay, 440 Dash


1937 1937 1939 1939 1944 1948 1950 1950 1950 1951 1951 1951 1951 1951 1954 1954 1955 1955 1956 1957 1957 1957 1960 1960 1967 1967 1967 1967 1973


Carl Parton Richard Rand Mark Robinson Wesley Wortham


Derald Smith Don Ladd

Laddie Nethercutt

1949 1950 1954


Capitol Hill's success in athletics can be attributed to great players and coaches and a great school support group. We also had the best all-around athletes of any school in Oklahoma history. In addition to the athletes mentioned as All-Staters in more than one sport, we had many who probably should have been. Listed below are some who contributed immensely to Capitol Hill's success in more than one sport.

Joe Bauman Marvin Best Ray Bond

Ron Brockway Chet Bryan

Bob Burr

Wayne Craig Jimmy Davis James Dobson Earl Edwards Willie Edwards Bert Elliot

Bill Green Delmer Hardesty Ken Hicks

Gerald Hulsey Speed Jones

Don King

Ron King

Jess Ladd Richard Martin Berry Mashburn Joe McCrary Joe McNutt Alton Miller Jerry Morrow Royce Nelson Ken Pierce

Glen Plaster Ken Pryor


Don Raper John Robertson George Shipley Keith Smith Jerry Snyder Dick Soergel Don Soergel

C. B. Speegle, Jr. Wayne Speegle Wes Stark

Jim Talkington Larry Taylor Don Van Pool Dick Woods

The Capitol Hill Athletic & Activities Association extends special thanks to the following individuals for their monetary support to the banquet and scholarship funds.

$100 and above

Nathan Barber Jack & Pat Burt

Wayne & Frances Craig Smokey Davidson

Jim & Mary Lou Davis Hazel Graham

Dillard & Georganna Hammett J. Don Harris

Dr. Larry Killebrew Berry Mashburn Don Mathis

Harry Merson Diana & Ed Nowlin Chuck Page

Robert & Pat Poole Donald Joe Raper Joe Robinson

Don Scholl

Peggy Shreve Wesley Stark

Duwayne & Janet Trout Robert Williams

Marvin Best Doug Coleman Don Cravens

Bill & Norma Davis Ron Fulkerson

Hazel Hanson David Henderson Dr. Bill Lillard

J. W.Mashburn Nancy McFatridge Dr. Bob Nordquist Paul Nunn

Larry Pittman Charlie Poor

Hub Reed

Loy Roberts George Shipley Carl Slayton

Ed Tompkins

Pam & Roy Vinyard David & Ann Yost


Darrell & Debbie Aebischer Gail & Gail Amburn Charlotte Banks

Barbara Booth

Bob Callahan

Shirley Cassil

Mary Christian

Frank & Beverly Corley Chebon Dacon

Allen Dwight

Donnie & Odessa Edwards Claudine Fatherree

Bill Flinsbaugh

Jerry Forsythe

Paul Fox

Juanita Gasaway Joe & Loretta Gragg Mattie Hailey Shirley Harris

Lee Hensley

Nancy Hickey

Faron Hottel

Ron Huff

Elmer Humphreys Speed Jones Beverly Kelly Marvin Kimmell Benton Ladd Robert Leslie Beverly Maxwell Joyce Miller

Tom Moss

Jim Neuschaefer

Up to Sl00


Don Alexander Ruth Bacon

Joe & Yolanda Birdwell Ronnie Bruce

Reba Ward Baker Barbara Chappell Janie (Cook) Marcus Jimmie & JoAnn Cox Tommy DiIon

Earl Edwards

Art Fent

George Finley

Delmas Ford

Charlene Foster

Lannie Gardner

Gail Gladstein

Phynila Graham Thomas Hamill

Weldon Hawkins

Tom Hibbitts

John Hisel

Bob & Phyllis Howard Gretchen Hughes Deena Jenkins

Judi Jordan

Lou Kerr

Bob & Frances Knight Jack Landon

Ray & Kaye Little Ron MeClure

Bob Mitchell Mike Mullings

Jim & Jennifer Null

Up to $100 (continued)

PaulOdom Ozzie Ossenkop Neal Phillips Bobbie Prichard Ken Pryor Sherman Reed Debbie Richison David Roberts Margie Roberts Barbara Ross Nathan Ryker Geneva Sarratt Troy Segler Chuck Smiley Linda Smith

Joy Sullivan Richard Tice Jim Wallace Cheryl Weber James White Dale Willhite Tom Wood

Ron & Judy Wynne

Mike Ossenkop Johnnie Parnell Bill Pratt

Raygen Pyle Rowena Richardson Mark Robinson Glen Roberts Talmadge Rogers Chuck Rowland Harry Samford Bobby Sloan

Ed Shreve

Nancy Smiley

John Stark

Helen Hart Taylor

Jerry & Mellodee Wallace Larry & Jeanita Warden Jim Whipple

Billie Willis

Ernestine Williams

Lillian Wylie

We apologize for any omissions due to printing deadline.

Our thanks to George Salamy and Sooner Printing Company for their assistance and support.