Abilene High School - Orange and Brown Yearbook (Abilene, KS)

 - Class of 1954

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'- -W ' 752' 'f3'45 n k Qi 'fifmjg fi V I i ""'Qf or royalty s traditional kiss TIME OUT to visit 'Alice in Wonderland' at the '53 fr. - Sr. prom. ill 1131 Y. . . . for President 'Ike' and Sandy Cain to exchange greetings on his homecoming, October 16. . . . for frosh to decorate Christ- mas tree. if 4,44 M MO ' Y" .- A 4 Ef , OUR HARVEST DRiLLING ffi1fiOSEED'S OF KNOWLEDGE coMB1N1NG5ftii3Aifz EFFORTS ON THB JOB COMBINING oun TALENTS FOR FUN PLOWING THE FIELD OF COMPETITION THE FINISHED PRODUCT OF CONTENTS UP KNOWLEDGE FOR GRADUATION F ORE WORD 'In the bosom of the plow- land sleeps the promise of the wheat." As Kansas, the nation's breadbasket, supplies the wheat, and as the mills sup- ply flour which is sent to all parts of the world, so does Abilene high school, in the heart of Kansas, help to supply the world with the educated men and women needed to furnish the man- power in this complex world in which we live. just as the wheat is planted in the fall, and continues to grow through the winter and spring to finally reach the harvest stage in the early summer, so does a student enter high school to continue his learn- ing four years so that he is finally ready to graduate as a finished product. Therefore, the staff, has chosen the theme 'Wheat' to show the progress of the school year in this 1954 edition of the 'Orange and Brown." fm' QQQ Our dedicatee examines sample of this year' wheat crop. .4- AHS, THE MILL K1 S rv? WE DEDICAT E- - the '54 'Orange and Brown' to Leonard M. Pike, vocational agriculture instructor, who has dedicated ten years of his life to AHS. On the job continuously, Mr. Pike devotes twelve months of every year to counseling and guiding 'his boys' wheth- er their problems concern their farming projects or I0l1Cl1 their personal lives. He is interested in both. Holding a BS degree in agriculture from Kansas State college, Mr. Pike is a member of Phi Delta Kap pa, honorary professional teacher's fratemity, Lambda Chi Alpha, social fraternity, and the State and National Vocational Agriculture teachers' associa- tion. Active in the civic and agricultural life of the community, Mr. Pike is a member of the Farm Bureau, USDA County council, and has been a member of the Central Kansas Free Fair board for ten years. Because he has set such a high standard of performance as an educator in AHS, we dedicate the yearbook to Leonard M. Pike. OF KNOWLEDGE Leonard M. Pike 1-df 9 ...u"5 wi- I WILKI WEARS SCHOOL COLORS Vlearl e school colors and a medal signifying the h Bernie Wilkins rode down the Abilene trail to b e AHS sixth Cowboy ,Ioe in an assembly ed by the yearbook staff it carrying out the theme of the early Chisholm days in Abilene was climaxed with Abilene's er sheriff, Charles Schrader, choosing Bernie, puty to bring law and order to Abilene. The skit ended with the staff singing the traditional 'joe' songs. Cowboy ,Ioe's only comment was, 'It's a dream come true." .6- N 1 . 'i7"f3 Nflfbli' ns...-. 4'::..s1B'h KK H , L ,, ,--' K ,KAM K ,, A , MN ,MK Q, K, , M J . 3, KK .wgvfv"?5vQvfV Q mf, 'Wy Ki fe A fi 9 , L Q4 ' f 'fF2.z25qQ :,s.?g.,i 33253 21 cf- ?W'5'u'j'.L ' .' ' ff, 1' f 1 is ,. ,.A.wf ' ' M ' " N Q A 1 g N,-fp' gf, Q dw- .K K K' -- A , f, . K' . , ,,i.M..,,i. ...K ,.....,... ..----hw, ,TF A k LNVL - bl .. Q 1 3 y X .F 37' 1 W- wngw., K Y K in V G? af k dam. 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In the past seven years, Mr. Fiedler has affixed his signature to 675 diplomas of AHS graduates. llis responsibilities vary from supervising school functions, planning improvements, managing. the office, classroom activities and the building in general, to that of just being a friend of everyone. what spare time Mr. Fiedler has is spent enjoying reading, bridge, television, occasionally farming in the summer months and is an active member of the Lions Club. He comments, u'l'here's not much I don't like.' SCHOOL POLICIES President of the Board of Education, R. B. Lain , views National nigh school photographic awards exhibit sponsored by the yearbook class with staff representatives Sandy Cain, Gloria Cruse and Donna fo Root SCHOOL SECRETARIES-lliss Connie Berger, secretary to Principal Fiedler, Miss Margaret Wafdrop, secretary to Superintendent Robinson and her assistant, Jo Ann Eckert, busy with a davis work. 'QQ' ff In V , x U 'SI' is 'P Q lf.. lf' lH'1NIH IRYHCHI WN, Social Scicnur' .'Kss'l. l'rinc'ip ll NIISS HIJNX Ialllilflkl, Ui, l,ung11.1g,gc XIISS NPN :K iNIHlSK,I'1HliKll UA, llislory I i X C xr H IJOIUI lm rxr Nil HIM lx lsx n It x S l Ing! QS IS XHHAXH K OIHQNIJOICI' 9 . 2 ' J - dum .F Xl.Iff 1. f. ., lg, -, urlm is 9- 'N l'1liLl'1Nl'1IIXlil.lI.P, US, lnsluslriul 'Kris l.HVX XRD PIKE HS, Yuculimlul Xgrlrullllrf' XIISS KJXFN ViP1.'Uf'1li HS, Hume lfcunmnics 4? unnli mx me X llll 3 ,a-1 3 if HUHIVHVI HUHSUN HX Uallhclnaltius fvreshnmn Quad" XIIS5 LII KHAH7 I 'I If I'I-"HRX HN, l'hys1L'.xI l'.xfuL'ulmn DUN XI.IJ J. IN IIN KH, flhe-misiry -I'l1vsi1's J-XC.lx PHI I LH XRD Hi, Xlotwr Xlvrhunics lJriver's lkraining Rl SSHJ. I-L NJHNHX HNIPQ, lkxnri - Fnsc-mbles XIISS NANKX I,HlNlKN HNlf':, Huang Hilxcwxlicvn STUCO held meetings twxce a month to dlscuss events and problems of the year wlth 14 members representmg the student body and Kenneth Novak and E L Fiedler, sponsors sent officers and Mr Novak to the State dlstrxct meetlng at Salme Ke""e'h Novak voted Verland Mlller to attend the State hxghway traffic conference 1n 'Iopeka, accompamed by drlvers tralmng lnstructor, ,lack Prltchard and Kenneth Cam, Clllef of Pollce selected JUDIOI' ROUHFIHHS and L1ons brought the old constltutlon of 1936 up to date Sp onsor Q-by STANDING: P. Laird P Womochil I Curran V Miller G. Holt SEATED: M. I. Carlile C Engle Wright O Hawk M Ciersch M Wright S Cain C. Haynes. STUCO HELPS GOVERN SCHOOL POLICY STUCO OFFICERS AND ADVISERS PRE- SIDE AT MEETING - Prin. F. L. Fiedler, sponsor: Corrine Wright, sec.-treas.g Orville- Hawk. PfC'SidC'li5 Glen Holt, vice-presidentg Kenneth Novak, sponsor. 6 5.920 NIJ 2 1-il! 2' JS x """-' 1. 2. 3. 4. 'Service with a smile' is the motto of B. Pesnell, finance chr., L. Daily, Miss B. Orendorff, asst. sponsor, and Mrs. E. Rig- gins, sponsor selling eats to P. Viola at game concession. 'Sweets for the sweet' as N. Cooley, E. Mosley, N. Schwarz and A. Nicolay, ser- vice chr. fix cookies for AHS teachers 'Singing for fun' are N. jaderborg, typistg C. Engle, sec., Mrs. E. Riggins, sponsor, D. Percival, worship chr. and K. Ewert, program chr. Music leaders are B. Tice, song leader and K. Myers, pianist. 'just fifty cents a pack', say S. Rice, pres. and C. Cruse, social chr. as they sell Y- Teen stationery to M. Wright, stuco rep., V. Burback, treas. and C. Wright, U-pres. Y-TEENS STRESS CHRISTIAN IDEALS Y-TEEN - started the '53-'54 season with a joint Y-Teen - YWCA get acquainted supper. . .endeavored to maintain spiritual values, mental development and physical health of its 119 members. . .attended the annual Thanksgiving vespers- - -presented the program at Y-Teen - YWCA Christmas tea . . .sponsored the 'Kiddieland' dance in which everyone attended in costumes of childhood days. . .packed Red Cross boxes and sold AHS stationery as projects for World Fellowship- - -climaxed the year with their annual mother-daughter banquet. III-Y- cultivated their slogan of clean living, clean sportsmanship, clean scholarship and clean living through out the community- - -continued their book exchange for the benefit of all pupils- - sent delegates to the model legislature at Topeka- - -packed Christmas boxes for needy families - - held yearly Valen- tine's dance- - sponsored annual faculty lll-Y spring picnic. 'Let Me Call You Sweetheart' was the mood of the boys at the HI-Y Valentine dance. HI-Y PROMOTES GROWTH OF CHRISTIAN CHARACTER SENA TORS AND REPRESENTA- TIVES FOR A DAY - delegates and observers to H1-Y - model legislature as they re are to leave for Topeka are L. Van Meter, J. Baumgartner, C. Cormack, C. Platz, D. Vogel, L. Brennan and Sponsor Henry Ewert. CHRISTMAS BOXES FOR NEEDY FAMILIES - are pre- pared by Ill-Y cabinet members. BACK ROW: B. Cormack, president, D. Carlile, program chairman, B. Haynes, social chairman, B. Pepper, service chairman, J. Baumgartner, devotional chairman, D. Alex- ander, world brotherhood chair- mang- P. Womochil, publicity chairman, V. Miller, student council representativeg C. Platz, vice-presidentg B. Wil- kins, secretary, B. Wood, pianist. Not pictured: O. Hawk, tre as urer. is Miss C. Perry, Sponsor- 'CET IT, CET 1T,' yells P. Kingsbury as CIC members play volleyball. FUN FOR ALL IN G I C CIC - was changed from GAA by the new members and sponsor this year- - -participated in different sports such as basketball, volleyball, softball and tennis - - held meetings after school every Tuesday . . awarded letters to members at the end of the school year - - selected eleven cabinet members with Jeanne Deweese, presidentg Gloria Cruse, vice-president and Carolee Engle,secretary - - was joined by 30 girls and sponsored by Miss Charlotte Perry, new girls' physical education teacher. 'HEY SOMEBODY CATCH TH1 ' be s , S, g M. Klein to girls on scooters. 'HICHER, HICHER,' goes B. Martin as she tries her skills on the trampoline. 6- ag ,,.c eva y OF FF4 ' ANNIVERSAR t 3 AVP HONORS Wh., spectal Commeeini' ffl.- ST ll hasiflg 'n the Shown UTC Lamps horwfl S Lloyd, post- block OLP pofmggj FFA we is lipgfliidenti E- COE ' erSUfY 0 . B, Cormac '. . , Hem, ' rziljjaice Cf7lPl'g3Z32h, lvice'P'eSuiiml1nd! R. Engle' Fvvune FARMERS Adviser Leonard M. Pike and M. Beetch inspect an ear of this year s Corn crop. Hough and F. Bailey shown with FFA pop- f' . corn rnachtne. Llaitlg, AR Arrnbrusl, U' Curr o , FFA - was organized at Abilene high school in 1929 . . . is a charter club of the Kansas FFA, the parent organization . . . had a United States postage stamp issued in its honor on its 25th anniversary . . . held an- nual skating party and dance . . . offered 25 dollars prize money to the winners of its an- nual pest eradication contest . . . has total of 42 members this year. FFA PREPARES FUTURE FARMERS 36 4-4 T" Q5 46 BACK ROW B Cormack E Howie F Vmduska G Kzppenberger L Long K S aeth L Van Meter E Holt M Beetch R Armbrust R A ers THIRD ROW V Hem F Barley B Boyce Corrnack A Howie G Gruen E Haugh E Capsey SE OND ROW R Clemence B Armbrust T Decker F Clemence R Engle C Garten D Curran F Vznduska E Cormack E Van Meter H Cary FIRST ROW E Holt B Greenwood D Neaderhzser C Hoffman L Miller T Kollzng L Frey L Kollzng I Bauman LeonmdM Pzke advzser ..1'I.. 's niP and wc L 'Here carrie," yell pepsters as Cowpokes stampede onto the gridiron. m.0I'6- k stuff any LIF TS AHS MORALE PEP CLUB - wore white sweaters and blouses with brown skirts - - decorated goal posts for all home football games - -held snake dance before Chapman football game - -sponsored concession stand and dance - - attended Clay Center and McPherson basketball games - - had a picnic for members in the spring . .awarded felt letters to new members and gold bars to old members. A team cheerleaders lead pep club. BACK ROW.' I. Iohnston, C. Engle, S. jones, C. flirzrlatt, P. Darker, I. Koppel, E. Kamm, L. Brennan. TIIIRD ROW: D. Meier, M. McKelvy, P. Ilfwman, J. Df:Wecsfr, V. J. Malice, G. Alstrom, R. Ayers. SECOND R035 511,58 M. Pinson, Sponsor, D. Curran, S. ilton, R. Chimlnrmr, N. jude-rhorg, L. If. Haney. FIRST ROW: A. Ixollinq ,'. Callahan, M. Cary, L. Daily, M. Klein. ' BIZ - EL - organized in 1920, the oldest club in NIS. provided experien ce, ieadership. practice in planning meetings and social contact with all students offered membership to juniors and seniors taking at least one business subject with an average of 60 members .held monthly meetings mth Jeanne Deweese, president, Jerry Johnston, vlce-presidemf Jolene Callahan, sec- retary, Dana Percival, treasurer, Miss Mabel I. Vinson and Ken- neth F. Novak, sponsors. ISH CHAY JAY - organized in 1928 at the Sl1ggCSli0!1 of t, a student, had 13 business students, all senior girls held meetin S during the regular class dictation hour co-ordinatedgwith the Biz-E. club prepared 5,000 let- ters for Dickinson County in contributing to the TB seals campaign project as shown at right with Lois Sweaney, Phyllis lleath, Delores Curran, Velda Timm, Jeanne De- Weese, Donna Root, Margie Klein, Nadine Jaderborg, and Naoma Schmutz elected Nadine Jaderborg, President, Naoma Schmutz, Vice-President, Marilyn Seaton, Secre- tary, Elaine Kamm, Treasurer, was sponsored by Miss Mabel I. Pinson. BACK ROW: I. Miller, D. Viola, I. Smith, O. Robson, L. Sweaney, C. Spaeth. THI ROW: N. Schmutz, A. Schop , D. Vo el, B. Wood, L. Sullivan, D. Percival, Mr Novak, Sponsor. SECOND RPOW: S. ie nolds, D. Robson, D. Phillips, E. Mosley C. Wright, P. Scriven. FIRST ROW: D. Meredith, M. Seaton, D. I. Root, IV. Nicolay M. I. yke, P. Missimer, D. White. A fat . 'Nfl JACK PRIT- ' CHARD 'tunes W zip' engine for river training class. r' X4 lf!! ENCHID, V, MISS CWEN WEAVER A lv' " 'marks up' skirt J-v model Marilyn Cary. gg? K f sc holds 4: 'On n0wS N 5 class k EDBERG, if goal' MISS we- is the sed Ut HANDS AID HARVEST j Lauer, H IANITORS A. Fleagle an gallsrgtoffer 'clean up' ROBERT MICHAL lends 'a helping hand' in Orienta- tions class CRS ' '.Hf11fL 'd 10" 1zL'5k?Ri'Y Fuel' gifs hauling 'W' S Haw 1 iles 0 32,400 "' L. .from Schoo HAROLD WILLITS 'over- sees' artist's sketches. EUGENE CARLILE'S shop class 'show off' their projects. V, -4,-q-l"'!A Bllgargzzlg. 'ClOCk uid lr! y. ,-,QA 0 ,J N. , .. , .5 ,, , aff . , V gin- -i. 1 '. ' 4.5 , Q A. nu- sd ' EST Bosses -Cum. 0. Haw f HARV . 1 , T- . ' lgmri li1hdNlC0Mlilller. Pfesldem' CY! Q ' N x tary -LTC US.: D Root N. Jalff'g0'f1I.ff.Clf1'iCe'P'eS' CHORUS - composed of 86 members elected Verland Miller president to guide them in their '53-'54 season . -presented an unusual Christmas vesper service by combining with the frosh,junior high and sixth grade chorus- es - - established a boys' quartette and a girl's and boys' ensemble who appeared on several public programs, which included broadcasting over station KJCK ' 'for the first time combined with the AHS band to present the annual spring concert. .climaxed their year by singing at baccalaureate and commencement for the graduating seniors SONGS TERS HARMONIZE BACK ROW: D. Howie, A. Kolling, M. E. Orender, F. Henderson, C. Williamson, A. Nicola , M. McKelu M. A. Biesecker, C. Morton, D. Smith, R. Uden, Kamm, E. Root, B. Pep er, B. Potter. THIRD ROW- P. Heath, V. Timm, H. Reagle, P. Brown, P. Scriven C. Nixon, S. jones, R. Ike, C. Cormack, T. Curran. SECOND ROW: D. Root, S. Cain, I. Curran, C. Per- kins, N. Pechin, G. Haynes, D. Queen, D. Carlile, J. Baumgartner. FIRST ROW: A. Falk, D. White, P. Mock, C. Hoesch, V. Rogers, K. Lauer, C. Lehman, Miss Nancy Lehman, director. 1 1 COWBOY OUARTETTE - D. Oueen. C. Haynes, T. Curran and O. Hawk 'sang' to lst place in the song division at the Lions talent show with their version of "Chloe", Miss Lehman accompanied the group. 2... wx' COWCIRL CAN 1 S. Cain P Vi'ZpCf'A.NS - V. Rogers j ' '- ,J.' '-CHff,M. livtons talent show? Theggng and f. Callahali-in ukicziiilgelvy: C- Hoesch, S, Re ld 'eff Pianist. S0f1g and dance gals int to IS! place in th dyno S5 A' Nicola erpreted 'Ll-fe Upon the uzckzzlvew divis,ion ag 553 THE HAR VEST BACK ROW: B. Cormack, D. Fuller, P. Womochil, L. Sullivan, C. Jones, P. jones, M. Brauninger, J. Ming, O. Robson, N. Schmutz, B. Chindamo, E. Daw- son. THIRD ROW: C. Schneider, D. Alexander, O. Miss Nancy Lehman, Hawk, V. Millen D. Fajen, A. Schopp, N. Nicolay, P. director. Hoffman, J. Callahan, J. DeWeese, D. Meier, S. Hil ton, R. Parks, N. Hoffman. SECOND ROW.' P. Mc Mahon, D. Vogel, L. Lauxman, D. Sexton, E. Engle, S Re nolds, V. J. McKee, D. Curran. FIRST ROW: D Rohson, P. Whitley, K. Myers, N. Jaderborg, C. Cruse, P. Viola, E. Booth, I. Missimer, B. Tice, accompan- ist. CUWBOY ENSEMBLE - K. Lauer, D. Vogel, C. Lehman, D. Carlile, B. Pepper, B. Potter and B. Cormack sang at Carlton cakewalk, PTA open house and New Basel. Also, combined with the quartette and girls ensemble, presented a 40 minute program at Highland. The ensemble w0S accompanied by Miss Lehman. Mage- Barbara 'gm skits M We an '-:. 4BlLENV' PEPSTERS BOOST ENTHUSIASM BACKROW. 'N Inspection by Russell E. mvgw-lm an 1--o cmgrfco ,N Efhls mga' :- . H . .5255 cw? U. .'-525 '-JW, Pj. nh. D.-N.0,1P' E' Y' .cw D se R - :mp 'NWZN . o :- :Qa- Y' E., SD sf O 35 h1.m .F"p-Q? NQFP- . E E Q.. 5:9552 ulxtv D W. 593 Y Clin. 3532 fblh.. 'D EAP'-2" "AND THE BAND PLAYED Worman, dire ctor. fi .ni rH-' Fill FLUTES. N. Farnham, C. Taylor, S. Rasher. OBOES. C. Hawks, J. Baker. CLARINETS. K. Ewert, J. Vanczl, C. Edwards, P. Laird, J. Neil, B. Smith, C. Wilson, J. Fraser, P. Green, K. York, D: Chapman, R. Rider, M. Lambert,S. Fisher, J. Taylor, E. Huffman, I. Engle, I. Hinz, N. Schmutz, B. Schmutz, S. Lorenz. ALTO SAX: D. Sherraden, J. Garrison, A. Schil er, L. Reitz, C. Kingsbury, N. Estes, L. V. Cooley, M. f. Pyke. TENOR SAX: M. Klamm. B. Howard. BARITONE SAX: C. Holt. ..24.. BAND - composed of 74 members marched in clever formations during the halftime at all home football games- - was honored at Lawrence on band day by appearing on the KU gridiron during halftime . . . sponsored their eleventh annual Christmas dance at the Sunflow- er hotel ball room . . . entertained at 'f home with a spring concert combined ' 17 with the AHS chorus for the first time S" X . . . ended 2' successful season by play- K ing at baccalaureate and commencement to keep the graduating seniors in step. PLAUV Vzbj A710 IVE 933612 Lgfei SIEZIVCOOK t.i-w..,.f3. wg- LOQWQ- isp' C. Plc-tufted: ?Vg,,aClfyQ2!eQ12,R ,- Dec-4,2iFZy - S ' a '. Oc ' Cdmatz 12014 S 1 .year Bla 'T Marilyn Ulark and 'Dusty' were star performers at all football halftimes. -af' .J BASSOON: L. V. Haney, L. Frey. FRENCH HURNJ J. Roe, S. Garten, E. Clark. CORNET: A. Lambert, L Witwer, S. Sherraden, B. Benson, N. Schwartzkopf, I. Nold, R. Vancil, M. Humphreys, D. Hauserman, R. Dormer. TROMBONE: K. Lauer, O. Condit, N. Schwartz, J. Booth, J. Smith, D. Smith. BARITONES: L. Tice, A. Engle W. Blazer, R. Phillips. BASSES: D. Viola, T Gerboth, L. Tice, D. Neaderhiser. BASS VIOLIN: P. Decker. DRUMS: J. Reagle, C. Kirkpatrick, N. Whitehair, J. McNulty, F. Jordan. BELLS: M. J. Carlile, E. Moslev. -25- x 'L 1. his-:Jil 'EFS S Cain, associate 6 L il lioot associate d't0,-- J .lohnSf0"v CO' ANDING' S' Rice, aS5i?iimrbtlaeiIrtiLLzi,diJis.or5 G' Cruge,HcoT5l"lit?:ki-editorg Dawson, - . I, a . . 9 Seigitor. SEA'I'ED5.MAt1S5Wigght, business manager, business manager' . G er. n assistant business ma g CHANGE .MID BROWN STAFF - listed eight 'busy all the Lime' seniors . . . had no trouble in picking an appropriate theme . . . worked hard meeting deadlines to compose 'the best' yearbook . . . thanked President Eisenhower for his recognition of the dedication of the 1953 yearbook to him and Mamie, when Sandy Cain greeted him on his visit in Abilene . . . exhibited the national Photographic Awards . . . presented annual assembly honoring Cowboy joe . . . entered jerry Johnston, Bill llough, Sandy Cain, Gloria Cruse and Sally liice in Quill-and Scroll . . . gave students a chance to autograph yearbooks in the gym at the end of the year- THE PRESS E. Dawson and M. Wright 'cut up' to meet deadline. C. Cruse 'points out' interesting pix from the Nat'l. Photo- graphic display, to R. B. Laing, president ofthe school boardg S. Cain and D. Root. Quill and Scroll member, J. Curran, 'pins' new members: M. Brauninger, B. Hough, C. Spaeth, C. Cruse, S. Rice, I. Johnston, S. Cain, P. Missimer and D. Vogel. PUBLICIZES AHS Booster 'kids' listen to M. Brauninger's editorial comments. BOOSTER STAFF - headed by four dif- ferent sets of editors, published 11 issues during the school year . . . had a weekly column, 'Cowboy Capers", by JoAnne Curran in Reflector-Chronicle . . . was pleased to see stories reprinted in the Stu- dent Press Bulletin and Heflector-Chronicle . . , equalled last year's membership by adding six to Quill and Scroll . . . entered 34-th annual KU contest with ambition to bet- ter Vic Viola's '53 record of one second and an honorable mention . . . carried out the project of making rural students ac- quainted with AHS, by sending each issue of the Booster to them . . . gave each mem- ber an opportunity to hold a staff position . . . ended the '53-'54 term by honoring seniors in their last issue. STANDING: L. Brennan, J. Kappel, C. Spaeth, G. Yocum, J. Corcoran, 0. Hawk, V. Miller, B. Wood. SEA T- ED: M. Brauninger, J. Curran, P. Missimer, S. Sherraden, S. Rice, D. Vogel, V. J. McKee and Miss A. Sin- clair, adviser. r" 1 JV N Q. . . , Q "3 -L k Admirin trophy uere iery orators Kay I'wert Barbara Pesnell, K. W. Rock and Dwight Vogel with Coach Kenneth DEBA TERS LASSO SECOND DEBATERS - argued pro and con whether the Presi- dent of the United States should be elected by direct vote of the people . . . gave debates before various civic groups . . . placed third at both Winfield and Haven tourneys . . . won first place cup in Osborne competition . . . received trophy for winning first in district held at llays . . . captured Second place trophy in the State debate tournament at lil. . . . have lost senior, Kay Ewert, who received perfect speaker point rating in the class A tourney. 'Pausing from their work' were Nancy Pechin, Phyllis Kingsbury, Walt llaytlen, Kenneth ll. Rock, coachg Kay lfwcrt, lluight l'ogel,Barbara Pesnell and K. W. Rock. 28- 1. 2. 3. 4. NMELODY ,IONES" COMBINED 'Please tell me why l'm different," Peggy Mis- simer kept pleading as she played the title role in "Melody Jones' presented by the junior class under the direction of Miss Barbara Orendorff at the city auditorium November 20. john Baumgartner and Bar- bara Tice, her father and mother, have not told Melody she is adopted, although Dana Percival, her Aunt Laura Walkins, thinks Melody should know. Barbara Pesnell CFrancie Wilksl and Mary Jane Pyke Chilaine Walkinsl, Melody's spoiled and jealous cousin, let the secret slip at a party. Other cast members were Melody's heart throb, Gary Boyd, Tommy Curran, Leon, her studious broth- er, Dale Millsg jennifer Abbey, her best friend, Deanne Phillips, Kenneth Carpenter, a plant life authority, Dwight Vogel, Miss Kathy Richards, 4-ll instructor, Carolee Engle, Marvin Giersch as humor- ous Stretch Appleby, and Charles Platz as Bruce Butler. Melody, heartbroken leaxges home, but re- tums in the third act radiating with happiness. While Melody argues with Bruce Butler, Mr. and Mrs. Jones, Aunt aura, Stretch, Leon, Miss Richards, jennifer, Kenneth Carpenter, Elaine, Gary and Francie llilks listen. Melody questions fennifer as Stretch, Miss Kathy Richards, Leon, Francie, Elaine and Cary watch. Miss Barbara Orendorff, director. Aunt Laura watches while Melody consults her mother. Elaine Walkins traps Gary, to the distress of Lean, lliss Richards and Stretch Appleby. HUMOR AND HEARTACHE IE Ib CO yell Peggy Hzssznzu iaumlra Lorenz, 1'uzlyLuird, llcannc Phillips, Sandy Cain anl llonna Root Ln I fp lsscr' bly. CHEERLEADERS BOOST COWBOYS flhanting yvlls to boost the students' and tho Golden Com oys' morale in QT football and basket- ball games, lcmlinq pep assemblies and the annual snake- dancf-, sponsorin a vonccssion stand and Rlllhl' FUR U ll' l' w14.N1f ll' -ANU rlanc-0, A-team f-lieerleavilrs, Donna ,lo Hoot, Sandy flf llfh cry 1 team clmcrlcaflcrs at gurnr. Cain, Ucannc llhilli s, Saunflra Lorenz, Peggy Missi- mer and Patty Lairs, made their contribution toward the- '53 - '51 athletic strategy., ,Io Anne Curran serxerl as alternatm Also enctouraginf' the ll-gleam in lmsketball worv Nanvy Fzirnlizirn, jlane Garrison, Marla ,Io Carlilv, Carolyn Cigrsh, Carol llawks and Betty Srnithu Many memories will be tuvkefl away with the brown Skirts and whiter Sweaters of the :X-team r-heerloallffrs anal the brown skirts and gold sweaters of the B-tc-am when the girls put away their-uniforms at the encl of the Season.. i l 'WIC Y - VICTORY, THAT'S OUR Y", Carol Hawks, Nancy Farnha ,E Betty Smith, jane Car- rison, zrrla jo Carlile and Carolyn Ciersc A 4 Wdkyt P -WL ? M' x avg 0 WING THE YXQG 4 ff-QQ M CUMPETIT .L,g n hw ik L- 4-w' 1 Q ,A ,. -5. w HN M., 1 u 4, .A L m ' -4 an vf Uk' , fn I ..-faux A Q? Q 1 .u,.-'yn' s l 1, In ,Q 5 'z' -r 4 6, , ,Mfg .. , T mtsik A . . ,. 1, 4 'W X ' X ky xr L. 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" A, Q "V A - 2 A' ' 2 5 f 'A' A' fm' -' 1 5 ' 1, ,' -, x ns . ix m gk Q ' Q if f , , A 'F ' If Q . K ,gm-Qwj. J-.xg ' 41 A J .L K. .mf F ,ff -V rw ,. f'4.wvf 'D J A..-va' 4 - 5 ,Wag J . w HMM My ii f,f,i. T g"' At the left are pictured: Jo Anne Curran, maid of honorg Sally Rice, A Y queeng Kay Eweri, :mid of honorg Sonny Lorenz, junior ancndantg Vicki Burback, sophomore atten- dmug cmd Mala Jo Carlile, fresh' mm attendant. Capturing first in the doubles in the CKL, the '53 tennis team ad- vanced to the regionals to win sec- ond place. Moving on to the State meet at Wichita, Verland Miller and Bernie Wilkins were beaten in the first round of play by Kiowa, who captured second in the State. The five boys who received letters were Verland Miller, Bernie Wilkins, Or- ville Ilawk, Terry Gerboth and Joe Corcoran. , ., ,,,. .M ,W ,. RACQUET SQUAD - T. Cerboth, V. Miller, - Coaches C. B. Tice M. Wilkins, 1. Corcoran, L. Tice, B. Wilkins . and P. Turner survey and Coach C. B. Tice. prospects. A-CLUB OFFICERS HOLD MEETING headed by D. Alexan- der, vice-president, K. SPOR T SMANSHIP, Venman, secretary- treas urer, B. Wilkins, sponsor. THE GOAL OF ALL LETTERMEN A-CLUB - organized at Abilene high school in 1947 . . . with the oal that all boys who letter in sports shoulcli promote good sports- manship . . . elected Bernie Wilkins, Dallas Alexander and Kenneth Veltman to head the club for the '53 and '54 year . . . sponsored dances on September 25th and December 4th, and their annual spring hayrack ride. -Q BACK ROW: B. Cormack, L. Van Meter, T. Stewart, T. Cerboth, D. Crane, J. Batchelder, R. Ayers. THIRD ROW: I. Corcoran, M. johnson, K. Vinson, T. Curran, D. Mills, R. Armbrust, O. Hawk. SECOND ROW: Dave Sllifk. SPOH' sor, O. Oard, L. Brennan, I. Hogan, D. johnson, L. Long, K. Collins, C. Platz, C. Kippenberger. FIRST ROW: Ig. Potter, V. Miller, D. Alexander, B. Wilkins, K. Veltrnan, I. Johnston. NOT PICTURED: B. Haynes and D. ueen. .-33.- X, presidentgand D. Shirk, . ' 9.12 gl at :HMM K , , A,A' 1' at 'Q ,A A , ,.. ,W ,, t , t . 'if Fat. f A.. 4, - 'g ' x A . f ff f -. --e..-t wr- ff- f ,"- L. E' 1- Y :OJ nga' ., " ' . - Q 'T '. , J-" rv Q' i N, ' K ,'-:Aft , ,,. ' . r"'9df': 1 . tfdgfe .5 t gig 4. T' fr, ' 5 Sv -,A an V ' WL, K .. ,A ' -W if a K H- -Y W 1.14-!'m'g ' L1 Q 1 t "ff, '.QlQ: wr 'W -- W e , - 1- 4 as A. 'Q 4 .x Y fi f -iff-:z.ar Coach Paul Turner. 'With a record of no wins and48 losses Coach Paul Turner's Golden Cowbo s finished the season with 7th place in the CKL, The hands, who for the most part were inex erienced this year, met and were defeated Ey such outstandin teams as the McPherson Bull Pups and Sze Salina High Maroons. Letter awards were received by 21 boys and 45 others received service stripes. Bernie Wilkins was elected by his teammates to lead the season and an individual honor was won by Bob Potter who received honor- able mention on the All CKL team. 46 i Cir L-3' FRESHMAN - BACK ROW: Coach Kenneth Novak. C. Marshallg H. Cafyg C. Jones: D. Alexander C Holt N Schwarizkopfg E. Van Meterg J. Rooney. ROW ONE: C. Wilsong M. Schmidtg M. Wilson. B. Benson I Clacher E Conuing J. Batchelderg K. Conklin. Chapman. . . Clay Center. Minneapolis. Salina .... Junction City. . . . . . McPherson. . Manhattan . . B TEAM RESULTS Abilene. Abilene. Abilene.. Abilene. . Abilene. . . . Abilene ...... Abilene ...... Salina . . . . Clay Center. .llmction City. . . . . . Chapman. . . Clay Center. COMPLETE ROUGH SEASON FHOSH RESULTS Abilene Abilene Abilene Abilene Abilene B TEAM - BACK ROW: Ldach Dave Shirkg E. Cormackg H. Karrakerg S. Lehman: D. Mathiseng C. bpaeth C Rasp I. jones: C. CormackgL. Meier. ROW TWO: D. Harmon: J. Boothg P. McMahon. I. Corcoran, B. England W Mayden f. Farrg G. Klufa. ROW ONE: C. Carteng f. Cope: M. Cierschg B. Armbrustg R. Shouseg L. Lauxman C Yocum O Tucker. --v---I-vllilili . l l 4, , 1" iv, - Lil' 9 1. r:"'r'.z:"'.:-.'Q:v---- 2 .... ,B S... K..-Q.. QQ1 146 Nc: Cowboys battle Blue lays on Abilene Grid- iron. B. Wilkins tries for field goal in game a- gainst Blue Jays. COWBOY ATHLETES MEET COMPETITION 5-ai .x., ., if Cowboy fieldman, D. Eis, tries for record high jump. CKL doubles champs, V. Miller and B. Wilkins, tune up for on- coming match. vm ! jf! Y 195-L FRESHMEN BACK ROW D Buck C Jones N Schwarzzkop G Holt H Gary K Conklm FIRST ROW Coach Kenneth Novak I Batchelder D Everett I Clacher C Bowers M Wzlson E Pzckzng Abilene Abilene Abilene Abilene Abilene Abilene Abilene Abilene Abilene Abilene Abilene Abilene Abilene Abilene Abilene Abilene Abilene Abllene B TEAM SCORILBOARD FRESHMAN SCOHILBOAHD Concordia Buhler Minneapolis Cha man Buh er Salma Clay Center Concordia Manhatta.n McPherson Junction City Chapman Minneapolis Salma Clay Center Manhattan McPherson Junction City Abilene Abilene Abilene Abilene Abilene Abilene Abilene Abilene Abllene Abilene Abllene Abilene 'Vlanhattan Salina Henngton Junction City Minneapolis Clay Center Salma Henngton Junction City Clay Center Mlnneapolls Manhattan YOUNG COWHANDS DRILL FOR FUTURE ouch Paul Turner 1 B TEAM - BACK ROW: R. Armbrust, L. Long, N. Stirtz, S. Lehman T Cerboth, H. Karraker. FIRST ROW: M. Johnson, I. Cope, C. Yocum L Meier, L. Tice, f. Corcoran, Coach Paul Turner. X1 L ff 1. Verland Miller 2. Dall as Al exander 3. jerry Batchel der THIRD IN CKL Wilkins A1 exander Lehman Miller Engle Stewart Crane Batch elder Johnson Karraker FGA 411 170 98 71 10 247 151 111 44 36 FTA FT 184 133 44 so 30 12 21 A 13 4 3 131 83 109 82 51 28 1,1 7 26 16 TI' 385 148 90 59 9 313 202 100 23 42 4. Duane Engl 0 5. Bernie Wilkins All CK1, lst team 4. Mgnl. ! i Ann :Q'1l'!' wqga- in f"'.'-'fyef llliaiw A L., 7.4 MLM' 1,4 5459" Tv-'74'f'f'm .sm CINDERMEN REAP SUCCESSFUL HAR VEST The Abilene high school track squad finished the current season in fourth place in the CKL, second in the regionals at Manhattan and fifth place in the state meet. With the opening of the season, the team elected Benny Dobkins and Vicky Viola as co- captains to lead the season. Track letters were awarded to 19 boys and 72 others received service stripes. Two school records were set this year. Benny Dobkins ran the high hurdles in 15.3 seconds and Alfonso Cole spun the discus 14-3'8'. men B Cormack D . . distance , ' .'. ' B standers cheer . hi fi' wa Alexander, V. Vzola and M. Swanson in close fmrs ferr' V . 3 T' 2' .--ve--f1l"'-"""'i'TT"'-'QR .atv 1 it wana , .Q e .. nano. Q' fr ' 1 I f 4 V ':...-J --1z7- 'VV X ,, ING: B. Daw' COWBOY FIELDMEN STAND R. Brin' A M, J hnson, ' 20012 ML S'E'fff0gf fzaffig. '1cNEEL1NG.- D. Eis,,K. Vinson, K. Collins Holder of record Cowboy high jump, Lauren Eis. Co-Captain Benny Dobkins lakes high hurdles. . - ,ow ,D-EiS-B- LETTERME'NlJf,STifi:Ngl1lllgQ fi' cl'ifz1', iii. siganglir, G. Kipgpqz- formacki Cmzg AKVEELIN6: ASM- Couch Ylaiielzfkunyef' ffgef' ' ' ' . c zz' , 1. fahnswn, - ' 51 gff2f1Zf'L1illQtlLd:ff1l1 ,SfIgrk,OHelddS coach Paul Turner. -40- . W, A A ,N K i ,, , V '. ,. i sg 1, , ,vn- 2125? TQ , Q ' S a- an . 2 if 'aw Q f 51 :xp 7 .3 6 if .kg , Ju, '98 Q fy an in 1 I 1 A I 5, . 4- V, WF, v-in 51 . V5 A 4 C F0 Up . 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T Kr. 9 ' I Dallas Alexander George Bezdek Mary Anguiano Ralph Ayers i il Boqth Boyce Marlene Brauninger Larry Brennan Carol Brown WHO's THE LUCKY Kay Ewert, S ll GIRL? - Queen Candid t Nicolaf f1nd!0aAZneRhi3rarl.emne Deweese' T453 Carol Burger -f'! I Sandy Cam Edwm Capsey SENI ORS ENJOY juniors and Seniors hopped off to 'Wonderland' with the 'White Rabbit' at the ,53 Prom in accordance with the theme 'Alice in Wonderland ' gr- , I, 5- Doug Carlile Bob Cormack 1.lmQStine Corona Clnria Crusp It ea 6' . 'K lf fs Lynda Daily Ray Darling Ellen Dawson Jeanne Delleese Duane hngle ' fad? ,, W I -4 I ., . rf 4. al? K Alir-P Falk Wayne Gary Thomas Godfrey Charles Greenwood Gerald Haynes .I Q , 'P v I wfbx 1 fl sl di Phyllis Heath Sandra Hilton Norma Hoffman Phyllis lloffman joe Hogan Delores Curran ,Io Anne Curr all 'Ala Kay Ewert 2 'AVS Orville Hawk Pl, lib L ' . . J' 4 gr Lyle Hon Il ALL ACTIVITIES AWARD WINNERS - Duane Engle, Kay Ewert and Doug Carlile are Gzrl's and Boy's State representatives. B111 Hougu Tom Houlton Dorothy Howie Nadine jaderborg Dennis johnson jerry Johnston -5h1fI9Y Jones fiflalfle Kamm Cordon Kippenberger Margie Klein Kenneth Lauer 5 lg: fig 1 I I Ueloris Meredith Y L , qi. 1 - 'M 1? -3' if 'Y Ceral d Lehman Verland Miller Corinne Menon Ann Nicolay 1 . yi ix X , Urvllle Uard Rose Parks Burl Pepper Robert Potter Don Queen Sally Rice .48- SENI ORS COUNT 0-4-5 Donna jo Root Charles Schneider Marilyn Seaton Naoma Schmutz Dorothy Smith .loan Slites 'QQ' lv f I Lois Sweaney Bob Talbott Velda ,lean Timm Leroy Van Meter Patricia Viola DeLois Wager Bernie Wilkins Marshall Wllklns Kay Wlqe Merle Wright THE MINUTES 'SENIOR DAZE' Verland Miller and Cheryl P erkins. Sizing u for the future are D. Alex- ander, Engle, N. Schmutz, N. jaderborg and D. Howie. .49... Kenneth Veltman SENIORS RECORD THE HAR VEST YIELD DALLAS ALI-XANDF R FI ORIA CRUSE OR VILI F HAWK Frosh Pes I Stuco 23 ll1Y 1234 V r 3 A' Club 3 4 V Pres 4 Chorus 34 ,lame 11on 4 ootball 2 3' 4' Basketball 123' 4' Track 1 2' 3' Cowboy Joe fandrdate MARY AINGUIANO Pep Club 1 One Foot m lleaven' 4 Costumes. RALPH AYE RS A' Club 4 FFA I 2 3,4 L1vestock ,lud lh Team 3 ,lr Rotanau 4 ootball 1 Footba lgr Basketball 1 Track 2 3' 4' GLORGL BF LDLR I'11Y 1234 Chorus 3 ,lame 3 Stage Crew EMILY BOOTH een 1 2 3 4 Cabtnet 3 Pep Club I 2 Chorus 1 2 3 4 Mxxed Lnsemble 3 Band I2 Orchestra I lass Play 3 One Foot 1n Heaven 4 Natl llonor Soc1ety 3 Baldwtn, Kaus 1 2 3 BILL BOYCL H1 Y 4 FFA I 2 3 4 Treas. 4 Llvestock ,ludgmg Team 3 Jr Rotanan 4 Track 2 3,4 MARLENI- BRAUNINGF R YTeen 134 GAA 1 Booster 4 Qu1lI and Scroll 4 Chorus 3 4 LARRY BR F NNAN l11Y 1,2 3 4 Model Legxslature 4 A' Club 3 4 12 z L 3 4 Booster .lan1e .Ir Lron 3 Football l,2,3' 4' Basketbal 12 3 Track I 2 3 CAROL BROWN Chorus 3 CAROL BU RCLR een 1,234 p Club 1234 Band 1 ,lame 3 Makeup One Foot 1n Heaven 4 SANDY CAIN Stuco4 YTeen1234 P Clubl234 CAA B1zL 3 Oran e and rown 4 Quill and Scroll 4 Choms 4 r1ple Tr1o 4 Nhxed Lnsemble 4 lame' 3 Usher and Properties One Foot 1n Heaven ' 4 B Cheerleaderl A Cheerleader 3, EDWIN CAPSLY FFA 1 2 34 Football 1 2 Track 1 2 3 DOUG CARLII L I 2 3 4 Cabtnet 4 BIZ 1' 3 Choms , Boys Lnsemble 3 4 Mrxed Ensemble 4 Band Announcer 4 lame' 3 Stage '11 r One Foot 1n Heaven 4 ,lr 11on 3 Track 3 Cowboy joe Campa1gn Mgr 4 BOB CORVIACK ,lr Pres ll1 Y 1 2 3 4 lres. 4 Model 1eg1slature 3 A Club 4 1 23 4 Pres. 4 Llvestock ,ludgm Team 1,2 3 Chorus 4 Boys Lnsemble 4 Mrxed Tansemble 4 Band I 2 Pep Band 2 ,lame 3 One Foot xn lleaven' 4 .lr Rotanan 3 Foot b ll 124' Basketball 12 Basketball Mgr 4 Track 3' 4' Cowboy ,loe Cand1date 4. FRINESTINL CORONA Pe Club I GAA1 Choms 3 Band 3 One Foot 1n leaven' 4 Y Teen 12 3 4 Cabmet 4 Pep Club 1 2 4 CAA 3 abrnet 2 3 C V Pres. Orange and Brown 4 Qutll and Scroll 4 Choms Z 3 4 Crrls Fnsemb e 4 lame' 3 One Foot 1n lleaven' 4 Stage lroperhes DFI ORLS CURRAIN Pe Club 3 4 B1z L 3 4 Ish Chay ,lay 4 ,lame 3 sher and Propernes One Foot 1n Heaven lrompter and Costumes .IO AINNF CU RRAIN Sr Treas Stuco 3 4 Pep Club I 2 3 4 BIZ L 3 Booster' 3 4 Qu1ll and Scroll 3 4 Cowboy Ca ers Column 1n Reflector Chron1cle 4 Chorus 3,4 and 12 Tw1rler I2 Strrng Lnsemble 2 3 .lame 3 One Foot 1n Ieaven 4 B Cheerleader 2, A Cheerleader Alternate 4 Football Queen Atten mlant L IYNDA DAILY YTeen 1234 Pep Club 1234 GAA 3 4 Ish Chay ,lay 4 Band I jante' 3 One Foot tn Heaven' 4 Hand Propert1es I B12 F Prompter RAY DARLING H1 Y 2 3 4 lame' 3, Stage Crew LLLF N DAWSON Y Teen 1 244 Pe Club 1 2 4 BIZ L 3 Orange and Brown 4 horus 4 Band 12 .lame Usher ,lr Sec Treas Y Teen 1 2,3 4 Pe Club 124 CAA I 2 3 Cabxnet 2 Sec 3 CI 4 Pres. 4 Btz E 3 4 Pres. 4 Ish Chay ,la 4 Choms 2 3 4 G1rls Ensemble 4 lame" 3, Pu l1c1ty ADRI LN NL DUFFY Stuco 2 3 Sec Treas 2 Y Teen 1 2 3 4 Pep Club 12,3 CAA 12 Chorus 34 Band 1 .lallle Stage Crew DU ANL LNG Ll' H Y 1 2 3 4 Cabmet 3 Vlodel Le slature 3 rz 1' 3 Choms 4 Band I Pe Ban 1 .lame ,lr Rotanan 4 ,lr L1on Football 1 3 Basketball 2 4' Track 1 2 3 4 Boys State 3 Cowboy ,loe Campaxgn Mgr 4 KAY LW LRT Frosh V Pres. Y Teen I 2 3 4 Cablnet 2 3 4 Pep Club 1 2 3 4 V Pres. 4 Band 1 2,3 4 Pres 4 Stunt Comm 4 Stung Ensemble 12 Debate Team 2 3 4 ,lame 3 One Foot tn Heaven 4 C1rls State 3 Football Queen Attendant 4 ALICL FALK Y Teen 13,4 BIZ L 3 Ish Chay ,lay 4 Chorus 4 WAYNF CARY 234 FI' Footballl THOMAS GODFR LY Chorus 23 Boys Ensemble 13 Mrxed Ensemble 2 ,lr L1on 4 Footballl Trackl CHARLLS GRELNWOOD Chorus3 ,lame 3 Stage Crew 51 Stuco 3 4 Pres. 4 lI1 Y 1 2 3 4 fabmet 3 Treas 4 A Club 34 B11,1' 34 Booster 4 Chorus 2 3 4 I tbrarmn 4 Boys .nsemble 3 Quartette 4 Mlxed Fnsemble 4 lame' 3 One Foot 1n lleaven 4 .l llotanan 3 Football 2 3' 4 Basketball I 2 3 'Irack I 2 I'enn1s 2' 3' Cow boy .loe Campaxgn Mgr 4 GF RALD IIAYNFS ,lr V Pres. Stuco 4 lI1 Y 1 2,3 4 Cabmet 4 A Club 3 4 FFA 12 Chorus 3 4 V Pres. 4 Boys Lnsemble 3 Quartette 4 Nhxed Ensemble 4 .lame 3, Asst Sta e Mgr One Foot tn Heaven 4 .lr L1on 3 Footb l Mgr 3 Track 1 2 3 PIIYLI IS III' ATII Bnzl' 3 Ish Chay ,lay 4 Booster' 2 Chorus 3 SANDRA H11 TON Y Teen 3 4 GAA I BIZ 1' 3 4 Chorus 4 ,lame 3 Makeup NORMA HOF FMAN Chonrs 4 PHYI IIS HOFFMAN Y Teen 123 4 Pep Club l,2,3 GAA 12 BIZ E 3 4 Chorus3 4 lame' 3 Makeup JOL HOGAN A' Club 4 BIZ E 3 Chorus .lan1e' 3 St e Crew One Foot 1n Heaven Basketball l Track 1 2 3 LYLL IIONN II1 Y 4 FFA 1 2 3 Llbrary Club 2 Basketball 2 Track 3 BILL IIOUCH FFA 1,2 3,4 Treas. 3 Sec 4 Ltvestock ,lurlgtn Team 3 Orange and Brown' 4 Qurll and1Scrol 4 ,lame 3 ,lr Rotanan4 TOM llOU1 TON ll1 Y 2 3 4 FFA 1 Cabmet I Lwestock ,ludgmg Team I2 ,lan1e' 3 Stage Crew ,lr Rotanan 4 DOROTIIY HOWIL Y Teen 2 Pep Club 1 B11 L 3 Chorus 2 INADINI- ,IADLRBORC Stuco 1 Y Teen l 2 3,4 Cablnet 4 Pe Club 3 4 B11 L 3 4 Ish Cha ,lay 4 Pres 4 horus 14 ec 4 ,lame roperues One Foot lleaven 4 llar1d Properues Chapman, Kans. 1 Ill' NNIS JOIINSDN " C u 4 Il z .lame 3 Stage frew One Foot 1n lleaven 4 Sage Crew I' 1' ll I Z3 Track 1 2 3 Track Mgr 3 .ILR RY JOHNSTON Sr Pres Stuco 1 2 A' Club 4 B12 F1 4 V Pres 4 Orange and Brown' 4 Qu1ll and Scroll 4 Chorus 3 Band 1 Pe Band 1 ,lame 3 One Foot 1n Heaven' 4 t e Crew .lr Rotanan 3, Football 2 3 4' Baske all I 2 Trac I Cowboy ,loe andxdate 4 -r-1- 11'- ...:-P0S- - .111 ' 1 11 -' .1 1'- ...1l' . - 1' 1- ..1: .,1""s1 l,2,gC' ,QCI 4, . 4,612-1:31 ."' ,,-1,-M ', Jr- I ill' 1 .1 '- .1 1 " ' '1 ' C 1' 1 .11 5 ' 1 'F' 1 1 1 .1 3' - '.1.1" '11 11' T 1' ' ' 1 '. lg 1" 1' ' 15 ' '- 1' 1 r- ' ' 1, I 1 1'1 1 . - 1. 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I 2 GORDON KIPI LINBLRCEH A' Club 4 FFA 12,3,4 .lr Rotanan 3 Football 123 Football Mgr 4 Basketball 1 Track 1,2,3' 4' MARGIE KLFIIN GAA 123 CIC 4 BIZIL 4 Ish Cay ,la Jame' 3, Usher KLNNLTH LAU ER H1 Y 1 2 3 4 Chorus 3 4 Boys Ensemble 3,4 rxed nsemble 4 Band 1,2,3,4 Pep Band 1 2,3,4 181118, 3 .lr L1on 4 .ILRALD LEHMAIN H1 Y 4 A Club 4 Chorus 2 3 4 Bo s' Lnsemble 4 M1xed Ensemble 4 Band 123 One Foot 1n Heaven 4 .lr Hotanan 4 Football 1' 2"',3' MP Co League Team I2 State D1st Tourney Team 2 Basketball 1' 2' 3' 4' Track I 2"',3' 4' Roxbury, Kaus I 23 VAL .ILAN McKEL YTeen1234 PepCIub12VPres2GAA1 B1z E 3 4 Booster' 3 4 Chorus 4 C1r1s semble 4 Janne 3 One Foot tn Heaven Melody Jones' 4, Asst Dlrector MARION McK LL VY een I 2 3 4 p Club B z Booster' 2 3 Quill and Scroll 3 Chorus 234 Trrple Trlo 34 M1xed Ensemble 4 Band I Tw1rler I 2 Jame' 3 One Foot ln Heaven DELORIS MLRLDITH Y Teen 3,4 GAA 2 Blz E 3 4 Gardena, Calxf. 1 2. VLRLAND MILLLR Soph Sec. Stuco 4 H1 Y 1 2 3 4 Cablnet 2 3 A' Club 234 B12 IL. 3 Booster' 4 Chorus 34 Pres 4 Jame' 3 One Foot 1n Heaven' 4 St M Jr Rotarxan 3 Football M 2 as etbaql 1,2 3 4' Tenms 1' 2' 3' 4' ck rack Mgr 1 owboy Joe Candidate 4 CORINNE MORTON CAA 1 Chorus 2 3,4 13018, 3 Makeup ANN NICOLAY Y Teen 1 2,3 4 Sec 3 Cabxnet 4 Pep Club 1,2, 34 Sec 3 Booster 2,3 Quxll and Scroll 3 Chorus 2,3,4 Lxbranan 4 Tn le Tr1o 4 MlXEd Ensemble 4 Jame' 3 One oot 1n Heaven Costumes. Crowned kung and queen of the 54 Junior Carmval were M Johnson and V Burbank ORVILLE OARD H1 Y 234 A Club 3 4 Choms 3 Janne' 3 Stage Crew ,lr Hotanan 3 Football 123' 4' Basketball 1 Track 1 2 3 4 Track Mgr 4 ROSE PARKS Chorus 3 4 BURL PEPPILR Frosh Sec H1 Y 1 2 3 4 Cabxnet 4 Choms Boys Ensemble 4 Mtxed Ensemble 4 Band 1 ante' 3 "One Foot 1n Heaven' 4 ,lr LIOD 3 Basketball 1 Track 3 ROBERT POTTILR 1 2,3,4 A Club 4 FFA I2 Chorus 4 Boys Lnsemble 4 Mxxed Ensemble 4 Jame' 3 One Foot 1n Heaven' 4 .lr Lion 4 Football 2 3 4' All ClxL Honorable 3191111011 4 Track I 2 3 Cowboy Joe Campaxgn Mgr 4 DON QULLN Soph Pres H1 Y 2 3,4 Model Le lslature 3 A' Club 4 Blzb. 3 Treas. 3 horns 3 4 artette 4 M1xed Iznsemble 4 Janle' 3 One Foot ln Heaven' 4 ,lr Hotanan 3 ,lr L1on 4 Football 1 2 3 4' Basketball 2 3 Track 1 2 Cowboy Joe ampangn Mgr 4 Wakefteld Kaus 1 SALLY RICL So h VPres Stucol YTeenI234 Treas 2 V res 3 Pres. 4 Pep Club 1234 B1zE 3 Scroll 4 Band 1 23 Pres. 3 Stunt Comm 1 2 3 Pep Band I 2 Debate Team 2 3 Jame' 3 One Foot 1n Heaven' 4 Jr Camlval Queen 2 Football een 4 Attendant 1 2 DONNA .IO ROOT YTeen 1234 Pep Club 1234 Pres.4 CAA 3 CIC 4 B1z L 34 Sec. 3 Ish Cbay Jay 4 Orange and Brown 4 Chorus 1 2 3 4 Program A an r 4 ,lame 3 Usher and Propertles B' heerleader 1 A' Cheerleader 2 3 4 Head Cheerleader4 Hartdner Kaus 12 CHARLES SCHNLIDER H1 34 Chorus 34 .lame Stage Crew Basketball 1 Track 2 MARILYN SEATON YTeen 1234 Pep Club 12,4 B1zE 34 Ih Chay J 4 Sec 4 Band 1 2 3 Janie' 3 Usher and Pub ICIIY NAOMA SCIIMUTZ Y Teen 12 3 4 Pep Club 1,2,3 4 CAA 2 B12 E 34 Ish hay ,lay 4 V Pres. 4 Gnorus 4 Band I 2 3 4 Sec 4 Stunt Comm 4 Jame' 3, Publlclty DO ROTH Y SMI TH B12 E 3 Chorus 4 Clrls Ensemble 4 Band 2,3 4 .lan1e' 3 Usher JOAN STITILS Chorusl 2 3 Solo1st 3 One Foot tn Heaven Say lt Wlth Muslc 3 Sabetha Kang 1 Leaven worth Kaus 2 3 LOIS SWLANLY een 1 Pp Club I GAAI Fl1E Chay .lay 4 Chorus3 BOB TALBOTT Il1Y4 Jr L1on4 Colby Kaus 1 VELDA Jl:,AN TIMM YTeen 4 Pep Club 4 GAA 123 Cabxnet 3 CIC 4 Cab1net 4 B12 L 3 Ish Chay ,lay 4 Chorus 2,4 Cxrls Ensemble 4 Band 1 2 3 One Foot nn Heaven' 4 Costumes LLROY VAN METLR H1 Y 1 2 34 Model Le xslature 4 A' Club 4 FFA 4 Lxvestock ,lu gmg Team 3 BIZE Janne' 3 Jr L1on 4 Football 4' Track I 2 Track Mgr 4 KLININILTII VLLTMAIN 1 A Club 34 Sec Treas. 4 B11 Chorus 3 ,lan1e' 3 tage Crew Jr L1on 3 Foot ball 1 3' 4' Track 1,2 3 4 PATRICIA VIOLA Chorus 3 4 Tr1ple Tr1o 4 Mlxed Ensemble 4 and 12 ,lame 3 ro ert1es One Foot ln Heaven 4 Asst DIFECIOT DLLOIS WAGILR H1Y 34 Choms3 .lr L1on BERNIE WILKINS Sr V Pres H1 Y 23 Sec 4 A' Clu , , Pres. 4 Chorus 3 ,lame 3 Stage Crew Foot ball 1,2 3"',4"' Football Capt. 4 Basketball l2', 3' 4' All CKL FITSI Team 4 Tenms 1' 2' 3' 4' Track 1 2 3 Cowboy Joe 4 MARSHALL WILKINS H1 Y 2,a,4 FFA 1 2 KAY WISE H1 Y 4 Chorus 3. 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