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Awards Of Excellence Banquet
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CHS Seniors Recognized In 11 Subject Areas
CHS Senions recognized by the Nifty Fieties organization at a banquet Monday
(L-R) Back Row: Nicholaus Kollman (Math), Josh Buchfink (Journalism),
Rebyl Richardson (Social Studies), Taylor Whisenhunt (Art), Jake Hamlin (Vocational
Agriculture) and Justin Shults (Computers). Front Row: Kelsey Hewlett
(English), Leslie Smalygo (Science), Melisssa Cottrell (Foreign Language) and
Kali York (Vocal Music).
to Attend: Amanda
Allen (Instrumental Music). Photo from recent jazz
concert. Amanda was performing with the Youth Symphony in Tulsa Monday night.
same seniors will be hoping to receive the Nifty Fifties $1000 scholarship (and
2 or 3 $500 scholarships) to be announced at the May 15th CHS awards assembly
Phelps gave the greeting as a previous Nifty Fifities scholarship winner.
"better" side of "Everything Has Two Sides" -- Ron Evans
and Shirley Mantz.
York and Josh Buchfink sang a duet between receiving their awards Monday.
Cottrell took a Bill Thomas Spanish quiz.
Richardson & Ron Evans
Kollman & Shirley Williams
Horn entertained on the Marimba.
Shults received the Computer award from Willa Keith.
Hamlin & Virgil Howard
Whisenhunt & Darlene Dunn
Hewlett & Ron Evans
Fifties President Ron Evans made a special presentation to CHS counselor Linda
Chastain Mantz (CHS 1954)
Harris Howard (CHS 1959)
Thomas (CHS 1950)
Payne Williams (CHS 1953)
Evans (CHS 1955)
Troglin Dunham (CHS 1959)
Bowman Vaughan (CHS 1954)
Tucker Keith (CHS 1955)
Howard (CHS 1959)
Bowman Dunn (CHS 1959)
Gaylord Coulter (CHS 1958)
(unable to attend)
Butts (CHS 1950) was also unable to attend due to a recent stroke.
Whisenhunt's prom art work continues to provide the backdrop in the CHS Commons.