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

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K, ,,,,,,.. .N ik i 2 2 yxfyqffw A5 Q. , w. 5 ' iwfgagwg N y gl Y w xgg .I lf? fi 's 1 1 yi 2 az ' if 53 5 Q 1 Q A E 5 1 5 ' i iii 2 w X N- THE ORANGE AND BROWN , , n , ,.,' , to . f published by the students ol Abilene bigb scbool Abilene, Kansas STAFF - Editor-in-Chief - - Business Manager- - - - - - - - - Managing Editors Sports Editors - - Art Editors - - Typist ---- Photography - - Advisor- - - - - - - Peggy Missimer jim Roe Saundra Lorenz Arden Habacker Mike johnson Dale Mills - - Kenny Collins Pat Decker Donna Meier Marvin Giersch Eddie Corwin Anderson Studios, Iunction City, Kansas - Hazel M. Clemence if f' f ,z if, 1' ,ff m g.f'f', , as :Q T -gp F 7 5:11 I We of the 1954-55 'Orange and Brown' staff have published an annual for the last time in this school building at 6th and Buckeye. Within its cover we have endeavored to- include coverage of a complete school year, in the hope that these pages will renew your memories of old AHS. We of the staff wish to express our thanks r and gratitude to those who have helped make this publication possible. M. ,p . tj 54.-ziiisi .af :QL A4 H u if"4-- ,YK Pevfhf '- -. Nfn 4---viii, "-"SJ vlbkfg A - -- sur Q1 Q29-.slfsii xlfas Qi' .i--fpseitsf 't-fl 1 We M 'Y Ni' . n x 1 H A a --L11-,Al ,S h ii , ca Cn- --' - - 'Irs g.s..v-'img-ki kms" . QM xpd- --'P-'X " it , W R ck, QV ,.u.,.V,. Q,--fa---65+ eaggl'-4' 4-L..q ,N 5.543 fb c:fw.fw---:ftib2-3-"Ni- V3 . get a X! E if UICIIIOIICS remember' - How often you have said this phrase and how very often you will it in the coming years. Only you can recall those memorable events that meant your high school days. your first touchdown in that most important gameg a big honor where everyone just for you ,and you felt like the world wasn't big enough to hold youg that knew you'd forget every formula, every dare and every term you ever mem- the old halls of AHS with its drinking fountains, where whenever you decided to did everyone else .... the chemistry odors oozing from the lab which kept you it was rotton eggs or spoiled grapes .... study hall, where you wondered why it as study was the last thing you usually did. done its job well, for from its crowded halls and scarred up lockers have emerged are leaders in their field. Now the time has come for the younger generation Yet for those graduating in past years and now in 1955, Abilene high school in the memory book of life as four years never to be forgotten. Years may continue Part after part, b Yet memories still linger Down deep in the heart ..... .... P . M. the hearts of all. e Hard workers in AHS balls are janitors A. Fleagle and G. Stoffer. d home' a OO learn the 655enCe of g asses Home EC' Cl Tb 'D Rfgo' 917-I ., .W - N 4 Rlfjvlqrr 'One Alone' is the feeling of Dana Perczval as th l ' ' ' ' e on y gzrl zn filth hour pbyszcs class e art class creates new ideas. foam Freshmen orientation class Qfllvpz skid ebls lfq ve! lo ,W 'fa fzsq s A-Iaze W, !g?677?H77 ,Of Educ, This was Superintendent E. L. Fied- ler's first year as the key man in finish- ing up the details of the new high school. Mr. Fiedler came to Abilene in 1943 from Wamego, Kansas. He started in the school system as princi- pal of the junior high, advancing to the high school in 1947 to become principal until last year, when he became super- intendent. Mr. Fiedler spends most of his work day visiting the schools and working behind his desk. His favorite pastime is reading and playing bridge. 2 " W it Z i ' 4 1 Hijqi. Ng, , A. Q A , Q V 5, U' t me Board 1 v ag Czidlfg. sligzlgresldelzrr conszlyls ' razkmrd Zlendemz Cbqryes Z' R, B. L er 1114 . W az' solve! Wnggfjgeg Wars:-gon' Dreslfjem Hd 0, P. 'Lv W -' fox, uc GHs1Zf'k of iii' 65- Ln If ' eqsurerl 0117-Qi. 'Nm-AV' Superintendent of Schools E. L Fiedler. Assistant secretary in the Superintendenfs office is Miss Nadine jaderborg. Secretary to Superzntendent Fiedler is Miss Margaret Wardrop. ..g. Coming to the principal's helm at AHS from Neodesha is Erle W. Volkland. Principal Volkland received his degree from Colorado University at Boulder, and also attended Southwestern University at Winfield, Kansas. In former schools he was principal of both senior and junior high and taught English, physical science, math, and biology. He lists playing chess, painting and wood carving as leisure time enjoyments. cpjfgggmf. vw" J H' Connie Berger Office Secretary Connie, AHS graduate of '49, served E. L. Fiedler for three years and is now the assistant of principal Erle W. Volkland. .9- FACULTY CHESTER F. TEMPLER LEWIS D. PALMEF BS, MS, Commerce BS, Art PAUL W. BROWN MISS BETTY LEINWEBER BME, Music Education BS, Home Economics MRS. EUNICE RIGGINS MISS HAZEI.. CLEMENCE BA, English AB, English-journalism ROBERT D. MICHAL HENRY EWERT MA, Guidance MA, Social Science Ass't. Principal MISS CHARLOTTE PERRY MISS NEVA WEISGERBER BS, Physical Education MA, History LEONARD PIKE MISS MABEL I. PINSON BS, Vocational Agriculture MA. Business Education 110.- FACULTY DONALD j. TYLER AB. Chemistry-Physics HAROLD G. EDBERG BS, MA, Mathematics MISS DOROTHY COMIN AB, Librarian EUGENE CARLILE BS, Industrial Art MRS. BARBARA ROBSON BS, English-Dramatics KENNETH ROCK MA, English-Speech Debate Coach ll- ST UC0 STANDING: L. Haney, C. Eng Sponsor-C. Tice, R. Armbrust, President: and P. Laird, Secreta TOM CURRAN STUDENT BODY PRESIDENT For the first time in many years Abilene high school has elected a student body president in the person of Tommy Curran. The idea was presented by principal Erle W. Volkland in a general assembly early in the fall. Mr. Volkland suggested having a senior who would be capable of filling the job, file for candidacy with one of the Stuco sponsors, C. B. Tice or Eugene Carlile. If the student body had a choice of candidacy, a petition was to be passed among the pupils for signatures. Twenty names were required on the petition for a candidate's eligibility. The two senior candidates, Dwight Vogel and Tom Curran, were both nominated by petition. The nominees presented similar platform speech- es to the student body in the election assembly, September 22. This was a busy year for the student council . . . . . they worked on a new constitution . . . . . chose twelve boys for jr. Lions and Rotarians . . . . . sent Tom Curran, Calvin Cormack, Betsy Stapf, Dennis Buck and Pat Laird to the Salina conference ..... traditionally took part in making the homecoming evening one to be long remembered. le, D. Buck, B. Howard, Sponsor-E. Carlile, R. Sbouse, W. Mayden, C. Hawks B. Pesnell. SEATED ARE OFFICERS: C. Corrnack, Vice-President: T. Curran ry and Treasurer. WP' dctivitiea With a membership of 121, the Abilene Hi-Y turned in a profitable year under the leadership of Mr. Henry Ewert. This Christian club directed many services which were beneficial to the students of AHS, the first being the Hi-Y book exchange. The Hi-Y supervised the following activities: concession stands and the Model legislature, where six delegates from Abilene were present. They played Santa Claus for a needy family at Christmas, sponsored the Va1enrine's dance, where the king and queen were crowned and the Hi-Y picnic. CABINET. STANDING' Mr. Ewert s onsor: K Collins, ublicit - I P - P Y chairman: S. Womochil, social chairman: G. Holt, world brotherhood chairman: C. Platz, president and j. Baumgartner, program chair- man. SITTING: D. Vogel, music chairman: B. Wood, secretary: K. W. Rock, devotions: W. Mayden, student council representative: C, Cormack., treasurer and R, Shouse, service chairman. and 1' 5130715 of Ewefh warden TURB' ED: L' gland G1SLA EAT' . E11 Y MODEl'mlgEftngf' Woinocbtl B Hl' Bm' - Collins ST AND liauxm ING. K. an' MT.. :W Q it F' AHS ers have fun at Shamrock Shuffle. QW O . - Q ' 'Nav ing., be ai 'Exif Pfgilgfnffimedennis o. l ,d KW igrtugb' LZ' Thirty-seven FFA members under the direction of Leonard M. Pike, went through a successful year while serving as hosts to the North Central Kansas dairy judging school and contest. They divided 325 among them for their eleventh annual pest eradica- tion contest, with Ted Kolling winning first ... attended the state fair ... made a field trip to Ershams . . . held a barn dance . . . and sold popcorn at all football and basketball games. BACK ROW: L. Frey, V2 Hern, B. Greenwood, F. Baily, A. Howie, L. Long, E. Howie, S. Kingsbury. FOURTH ROW: L. Miller, K. Sexton, H. Haney, R. Engle, G. Garten, E. Holt, E. Holt. THIRD ROW: D. Haugb, G. Hoffman, E. Cormack, D. Curran, E. Van Meter, D. johnson, L. Sutton. SECOND ROW: M. Lanning, E. Kuntz, T. Kolling, S. Haugb, L. Kolling, M. Humphreys, 1. Bauman. FIRST ROW: D. Neaderbiser, Secretary R. Armbrust: Treasurer T. Decker: President F. Clemence: Vice-President M. Beetcb: B. Armbrust, D. Wilson, L. M. Pike, Instructor. 116.- ill'- M- 'QQ 'it Wm qv YN :E BACK ROW- L M J. Neil D .ltanr fad? G- MfK'1igb1. C. Ra ' 'A 1 . N135 ' . . sp' Roe, C, S . ler, B. Srnzlb, V. R6ge,s'oZ4'fPylZZ'1C5l, N. Pecbin, N. Neaderbiggftllg J' Mlflg- D. Meier, E, M0518 SE ' ' Rogers. l. Martin, K, Meyer? bpgjzlefs. L. Sullivan FIRS3'l: ROIlf?WND7?0W' I . . 1 ey, N. Nicolay, " 7- emp- 2 IZ'E CLUBS The Biz-E Club is open to any-one taking any commercial subjects. The Ish Chav jay Club is for those girls taking advanced secretarial works PICTURED M. p WE ISH N. Niki. L. Sullivan CICLAY GIRLS: 0, PAH. O ay' D- Meier, Q3 ' Spaefb. M. Ga, Z gs' L- Haney J Mi . , , . ng Cb 4 J' , in amo, L, KOepSeL Mosely, M- Pinson BACK ROW: H. Karraker, F. Bailey, D. Fuller, j. jones, D. Fischer, L.1Ga51ten- ' L bine, L. Long, C. jones. P. Lair . - Greenwood, SECOND ROW: L. Haney, M. Gary, A. Lambert, C. Engle, C. Beadleston, D. Fajen, S. Bartlett, V. Burback, C. Kuntz. FIRST ROW: Miss Pinson, B. Cbindamo, E. Engle, C. Edwards, L.. Koepsel, E. Houghton, C. Kirkpatrick, Chindamo. P. Fisk, S. Bauman, N. Oc il-.. Ear ""'s sn. A Cb' 4 5' 7-1. DE BA TE CLASS SESSION. Barbara Pesnell, Wall Mayden, Nancy Pecbin, Pat Laird, Suzanne Chaffee, Dana Percival, Dwigbt Vogel, K. W. Rock, Mr. Roclr.. DEBATE TEAM. . .debated at local two-way assembly against Russel. . . went to five Invitational Tourneys. . . brought back second place trophy from Osborne. . . took first in District at Hays . . .tied for first in State Tourney at Kansas University with Fredonia. 'TWH ww E i AR TRAVELING SQUAD. Pat Laird, Dwight Vogel, Mr. Rock., Barbara Pesnell, Dana Percival, K. W Rock. 1181 --.Q af' 'Si -6' Ou. fiwz '1 fly ...""-: gb Q if O9 Q39 BQ fe! unXdNn owe xx 'gr L 0 an' A I 9 n 4975 VJ' A,-fm if 3.2 iw: l Acrobat, Betty Smith Nts. L. -20- Tw Zlr fer, Mary jane P3069 X 'Qld . 'Ns I X ,, . fi Trow E Mosley, T. FOURTH ROW: j. Engle, E. Huffman, j. Taylor, P. , . Gerboth, D. , . j. Zey, N. Whitehair, j. Reagle, O. Laur. THIRD ROW: R. Rider, M. Lambert, j. Hinz, S. Fisher, B. Benson, N. Swartzkopf, P. Fisk, D. Hauserman, R. Vancil, T. Kuntz, j. Nold, W. Blazer, R. Phillips, R. Farr, B. Howard, M l . Smith. SECOND ROW: j. Fraser, P. Green, K. York, D. Chapman, A. Lambert, L. Witwer, S ' bury, M. -I. Pyke, A. Schiller, D. Sberraden. FIRST ROW: I T B. Smith, A. Estes. Klamm, G. Ho t, j Sherraden, G. Gruen, L. Cooley, N. Estes, C. Kings Vancil, C. Edwards, P. Laird,'C. Wilson, C. Taylor, S. Garten, L. Prey, B. Schmutz, For the first time in the history of AHS the band was composed of 55 Senior High School members only. It was smaller than previous years but each member will always remember the good times and the many things learned. They marched in clever formations during half time at all football games ..... attended University of Wichita's band day ..... presented a concert at Christmas time ..... sponsored the l2th annual band dance ..... combined with Manhattan and junction City in a joint concert ..... completed ' ' d la ed for the season with a spring concert an p y baccalaureate and commencement keeping our graduates in s tep. 'What about this one9' is the question discussed by band ' h l re- offzcers. Alyce Lam er, p sident: Glenn Holt, vice-pre sidentf Pat Decker, secretary, and Sharon Sherraden, treasurer. Viola L Sutton, P. Decker, 5 BACK ROW' Fay ear: Wzlflzd , Dzlrze ' , ' Cafofyn NILVOH. C9049 MCKHIQLIZS Loren Ligier! Freld Garlen, Kenton Hoaser, Sieve AIZPHIQ DeL,Vfm Stern CaroLvh Wzlflllrz LQVerfze Lauxmqn. Cbarlene Hoes Wlzllfe Q Henderson, Ahh-e Swanson, Cfelpq Be g, jobfz Baumgarlner, Cover! Bollzger, Cen oo. THIRD ROW' Andrey Kollzbg, Nano Www. fm: Roe. Paz Mmfabon, 011-4 Full SECOND ROW' Hefefz Heagle, Edwzhq H 05. Flabze Root, .Yberri Reynolds, Cqrol . Belly Wzlse, Dzlrze Sbefraden, Car-0602 Gi P988J' Mlkslher, accompamlvt. adlesl e Mor! y Pecbz' er, D ' ougbto ' ' ee Engl erscb, ' W. . f Pau' e, difecflog oold fobej h ruS, und brown an gs Vespe - ed C 0 ed in misrma , over Mlxn and dIg5S annual Cl recording usic Brow ted In - SChoo vocal m in ' ' 3- lfl .- t0 rt partlclp k part ber' ok Pa t00 g mem . to .-' -,. Sell , ,.' 7' -' " .l' , . k y KSAL " Juncf1ongfItyo1d Smo e clinic Una 'UP fC an oPe 102, Z, 1,50 Pl"'R0 'e ve C3521 Da detov Men. Lllny Calvin 1. ' U S1CingaH1l5ood. XX. M V' ' Y F fl Band B1 X at EN 030166 N M yan' Vo Cwasb' I DW on. on, Gerahf 12, jafzzbe Ellzolt, on Fzsc-ber, Gary POC-HDL fz. V1cf61'8ur6zzc,6, Verla Rogers, e, 0127241 PETCILHL FIRST ROIIQ- Donna -410716171 Clark, Cbarlerze Loader, Lynn Jullzbqn, SIN CIN G . u-fic 171 m us bufmgny rf? Cborn - 'ng fzfe a ma ' Pracgzilas in ofrne Lawfvicg- as wels Lal:eMCMal,o:l3j L01s 1 r offlcg nt. Pa ,gedeta pfeslde 1- and .den 'es' 1. gqoepse ..22" I mf! Cole, Larry Mea e, Charles Plalz, Calvin Cormack, jerry Balcbelder, ' Ioyce Kappel, Orrene Condit, Mary Ella Orender, janice W' Karl johnson, Larry Gantenbine, David Robson, ette Robson, Audrey Sbopp, Nancy Nicolay, Saundra Lorenz. Nancy SCb1Ul14, OWL Lucille Holt, Carolyn ROW: Torn Curran, Arthur ry Karraker, Harris Laing, berine Myers. THIRD RO . billips, Carol Hawks, jean o Carlile, Judy Walker. den Habaclwr. FIRST R Engle. BACK Larry Tice, Hen Ming, Donna Meier, Kat Bill Wood, Lofen Tice, Deanne P S'rnpson. SECOND ROW: Marla 1 Marilyn Gary, Lois Koepsel, Ar Robson, LaVona Hanzy, Elaine Triacie 1 Beverly Cbindarno, jones, Barbara Tice, Orla C Pfese Il compleiii own conce and Year b ff in th Cgmm y Si , C S . a Cnc ngln Pfln bPPearanCeS ement. M g at baccalg . " 0 . lned as se ade S aureat giv. ellselnble Pa-fate gr eve!-al e 111 S g . 011 ' gramfavespers 0 Sling at 0. I .. COLG ' 0 . Hd many las? . Several Zin Thanks minute Llfch - notice Pro- S. err Sis TE gffafzetki' O Ce Ie RFLYO O6 NG fa Mlflce S071 -' sim -411i A1 Na e, gl 'ce 'Icy ' a ' -YL .Y P CC0,,,5ff,"'gnSef1,,,2 Hn. E,yo72' P C' ISI. 7101 Lu 11,0 ds, 01718251 W- o 11115 -23.- Da 'A 7111 lg P 1 efclijgn, fa and 1----- ni if k and Debbie Marilyn Cla' the storieS- Bwgman Wpe THE 1954-'55 BOOSTER STAFF ..... changed the size of their paper . . . put an issue out every two weeks . . . . . entered two journalistic contests, one sponsored by the Kansas University school of journalism and another by the National Press Association ..... di- vide responsibilities of the editors and business manager throughout the year . . . . . held a 'press' dance . . . . . and had loads of fun on the side. FOURTH ESTATE Eddie C01-ufin P his Cflfnefa' ,epares Jo, 4 fookivefgagpel Cuz STAFF ORANGE ANDIHUT Editor-in-chief, Peggy Mis- simerg Managing editors, Arden Habacker and Saun- dra Lorenz: Bus. Mgr., jim'Roep Sports editors, Dale Mills and Mike johnson: Photographic edi- tor, Marvin Gierschg Art editors, Kenneth Collins and Pat Decle.er,' Typist, Donna Meier: Ycbool pbo- tograpber. Eddie Corwin. Peggy Mxsszmer selects new ideas. Headed by senior Peggy Missimer, the 1954-55 yearbook staff worked hard to meet deadlines promptly ... raised funds for eight additional pages by sponsoring two concessions stands and planned a variety show ... attended K State high school journalism conference and planned a trip to the Semco Publishing company to proof- read pages. ,ff-' l -A 4' 'll an llips, lisfn t Qu: P bi jouma anne b up on Lib zo Z?:.usilu5,b gag1,e,s e lagest books' y Missifner, D 'lle Spaelb d Scroll members Pegg Dwight Vogel and Cafm errns. bms . I' bling E 1 15 'up and over as the tum Tgzmageffzii between basketball gameS- - C- 9 OWI' Or? be 26- 014, . Iheqgcs ear Cyaa . Zo ogy on 9, p ef!!!- ca .r offore. Q ,QW i Queen V ll Qaumina i 'SAUNIE' Reigns as '54 Queen During the halftime ceremonies of the Abilene-Manhattan game, pert Saundra Lorenz was crowned Home- coming Queen for 1954 by Student Body President Tommy Curran. Tommy presented the queen with a bouquet of mums and the traditional kiss. Queen 'Saunie' and her at- tendants Were then escorted to their seats of honor to reign over the second half of the game. i Q- 3' BACK ROW: Arden Habacker, senior atten danlf Saundra Lorenz, queen: Corrine Wright senior attendant. FRONT ROW: joyce Viola freshman attendant: Jeanette Robson. sopbo more attendant, and judy Vancil, junior at tendanl. Ummmm! ,s1!l"""5 A Uwe Qfwff' if are W Q ,,, 'mf 'K , Xxx I ku cp- 'uf 1 'What epstefs G""'1CamW'i fi' .ff XVI . U - bt? ve Nancy n Y na do fintilawvga Ride" we Son CMO-Son. Rt Giefsc ' P afle d am fl 0 MQW' AHS Pep Club members boosted the team in two out of town games, one at Minneapolis and the other at Clay Cen- ter. They also sponsored a concession stand and a dance. The uniforms, which were chosen by the girls, were dark brown skirts and white V-neck sweaters under which were worn white blouses. In the spring, pep club members enjoyed a picnic. W t , .k I xr, A' 2 1 , ,., Y V S aundra Lorenz x.. .W ,A Peggy Missimer Deanne Phillips . 'Heap big smoke but no fire!" chant the cheer- leaders before the game with the Manhattan Indians. Marvin Giersch S K 'Sim SPARKS BEHIND THE TEAM "What are we going to do tonight?" was the well known yell of the AHS "A" team cheerleaders, as they led the student body and boosted the Cowboys in the '54-'55 season. Pat Laird Marla jo Carlile Using as their policy for the year - more skits and louder yelling, the five did their best to bring about victory for the team. Weafing brown skirts-and white turtle neck sweaters, the cheerleaders, seniors Peggy Missimer, Deanne Phillips, Saundra Lorenz and Marvin Giersch, junior Pat Laird and Marla jo Carlile, sophomore alternate, will recall many memories of the long hours of practice, trips in the feeder-bus and the suppers before the games. "It's high up here!" shout M. Carlile and P. Laird as they decorate Ahilene's goal posl. JN- A ... . . qw 9. ii!!! 4-A .'i-iu'!",f..a'Z 'U fvf jk uv The starting eleuen, coached by Bill Schaake, are pictured. BACK ROW: Coach Bill Schaake, K. Collins, M. johnson j Batcbelder C Platz. FRONT ROW: N. Stirtz, D. Mills, R. Armburst, G. Holt, T. Crrran, T. Gerboth and D. Crane. Individual Honors: Dale Mills, lst team All CKL, 2nd team All Area. jerry Batchelder, lst team All CKL 2nd team All Area. Mike johnson. All CKL and All Area Honorable Mention. Dean Crane, 2nd team All CKL, and All Area Honorable Mention Terry Gerboth, All CKL Honorable Mention. Glen Holt, All CKL and All Area Honorable Mention. The '54' edition of the AHS 'Fighting' Cowboys under new head coach Bill Schaake, hoisted them- out of the CKL cellar to finish Sth in League play with a 2 win 4 loss record. They also won 2 non- league games for an overall season record of 4 and 4. They won their first game of the season to break a 15 game losing streak and then went on to ship junction City for their first League win since 1951. The team also dropped a close, hard-fought game to Clay Center, held the stampeding Salina Mustangs to 2 touchdowns, held the Champs from McPherson in check for 3 quarters. and then lost a heart-breaking thriller in the final 15 seconds to Manhattan. Although the Cowboys didn't win all their games, fans won't soon forget the brand of ball they saw the past season. 'A' TEAM SCOREBOARD Abilene Lincoln - - - Abilene Clay Center - Abilene Minneapolis Abilene Salina ---- Abilene junction City Abilene McPherson - Abilene Manhattan - - Abilene Chapman - - SECOND ELEVEN, Back row: Coach Ferrill Ylander, L. Lauxman, j. Batchelder, D. Alexander, M. Giersch. FRONT ROW P McMahon, B. England, D. Viola, C. Cormack, D. Wilson, S. Lebamn, j. Rooney. . J at e via. ,K M. johnson about lo be smothered under in junction j. Batchelder breaks loose behind key block by M. johnson. City game. j. Batchelder is caught from behind as D. Mills comes across too late to help. g W ci" W A CNW! M. johnson cuts away for a .. . toucbdown?? 5, :bre 4 driven out of bounds Y C. platz 15 , . Manbanan l"d""'s j. Batchelder drives into a stiff 6 ..33. Minneapolis line. BACK ROW: K. Conklin, M. Sanborn, G. Klufa, R. Sbouse, C. jones, j. jones, B. Armbrust, C. Rasp, N. Schwartzkop Coach Shzrk. FRONT ROW: L. Gantenbein, B. Benson. j. Corcoran, L. Meier, E. Corwin, T. Rager, L. Sutton, G. Yokum L McDowell . v Chapman- - - Clay Center Salina ---- junction City McPherson - Manhattan - - 'B' TEAM R SULTS Abilene Abilene Abilene Abilene Abilene Abilene Salina ---- Clay Center- Herington - - Chapman- - - junction City ----- FROSII RESULTS Abilene Abilene Abilene Abilene Abilene BACK ROW.' Coaclr Ternpler, D French, B. Howard, R. McCrory, L. Witwer, M. Klarnm, S. Kingsbury, D. Haugb C Wzlson N Estes. SECOND ROW: W. Blazer, L. Miller, F. Marlatt, R. Danner, M. Russell, L. Lady, K. Gary, B. Bursell. FRONT ROW I Nold, F. jordan, A. Klein, R. Menges, M. Lanning, K. Davis. '-'wav W ,W ., t,.W,,,,, Coaches hold conference: Bill Schaake, head football and track coach: Ferrill Ylander, line coach and assistant track coach: Charles Tice, tennis coach: Chester Templer, freshman coach and Dave Shirk, head basketball coach. dlines Heads Behind H93 SEASON'S STATISTICS Season's Total Abilene 88 1582 42 10 235 3 1 Hard working equipment managers for the 1954 football season were: Buddy Bankes, K. W. Rock, Kenton Houser and john Baumgartner. Loren Long, not present when pictures were taken. Opponents F st. dns. 63 Yds. Rush. 1189 Pass Att. 44 Pass Comp. 14 Pass Ydg. 161 Pen. Yds. 185 F mbls. 16 Ptg. Av. Yds. 32.5 300 1 5 29.1 Large crowd of fathers watch as 'Fighting Cow- boys' go down in,defeat before Salina. fsee inset piclure.l KU Loren Long D sis f2l Terry Stewart Glen Holt E? f 41 Henry -Karralcer ?s 'ii UI Dean Crane f9I jerry Batcbelder 4? Mzke j obnson Bob Armbrust f8J Gary Y U01 Ned Stzrlz S . ur nun: L,. 1 Lce, u. 1:owers,j. Hzndman, j. Biggs, S. Lehman, N. Stirtz, N. Scbwartzkopb. G. Holt, S. Veal. C. jones a d D. E - ' n veretl. SECOND ROW. Mgr. G. Klufa, M. Wzlson, B. Armbrust, H. Karraker . B b I ' ' ' j atc e der, G. Yocum, E. Pzckzng and Coach Bzll Sbuake. f 33331 S349 222 wr- STANDING, left to right: Gary Yocum, Bob Armbrust, Mike johnson, Henry Karraker, jerry Batcbelder, Terry Stewart, Glen Holt, Loren Long, Dean Crane, Ned Stirtz. KNEELING: Coach Dave Sbirk and Manager Tommy Curran. Coach Dave Sbirk. 'Qs sy Mgr. Curran and Coach Sbirk discuss Fridav's game with Lindsborg. Hey! How about that Ref? TOURNAMENT RESULTS Beloit: Abilene- - - ---- 78 Beloit- - - - - 57 Abilene -------- 44 Russell- - - - - 61 District at Clay Center: Abilene -------- 49 Clay Center ----- 47 Abilene -------- 49 Wamego ----- - - 64 Regional at Lindsborg: Abilene- - ' ""' 56 Lindsborg - - - - 61 Abilene- - - - - 63 Wamego- - - - - 69 The '54-'55 Cowboys supported by the AHS Pep Club and many loyal fans finished the cam- paign with 13 wins and 9 defeats. The Cowboys tied for second place in the CKL, took second in the Beloit tourney, and captured second in the district tournament at Clay Center. -39.- Stewart goes bigb in the air to score against Clay Center. Batcbelder drives in for a layup against Salina AHS CINDERMEN OF 1954+ G Ln.: L. ,Dlatzl T' D zerscb j Puff, L- Lauxmqn, ecker' .l- Batcbelder, M. f Despite some poor scoring, the 1954 track season was very encouraging. The team was made up of a large number of underclassmen which helped make this year one of Abi1ene's best. Twenty-three boys were recommended by Coach Turner for track letters for the season, and fifty-six others received service stripes. At the end of track season, Bob Cor- mack and Kenneth Collins were elected "Honorary Captains' for the '54' season. Two new school records were set. jerry Lehman high-jumped 5'1O" in the Chapman Invitational to erase the old mark of 5'9' by Lauren Eis in 1952. Bob Cormack ran the mile run in 4242.2 in the Manhattan Regional to break the old mark of 4:47.9 set by Paul Strunk in 1952. Coach Paul Turner. BACK ROW Coach Turner, B. Talbott, C. Platz, j. Batcbelder, N. Szirtz, D. Engle, T. Stewart, G. Kippen- berger 1 Lehman, B. Corrnaclz, T. Curran, C. Cormack, Coach Sbirk. FRONT ROW: Manager L. Van Meter, E Houfze M Giersch, K. Collins, j. jones, B. Boyce, L. Lauxman, D. Wilson, R. Ayers, K. Vinson, M. johnson Farr, T. Decker,iD. Fischer, Manager O. Oard. Bystanders encourage broad jumper Kenny Vinson. COWBOY FIELD MEN: ' BACK ROW: M. johnson, T. Stewart, N. Stirtz, D. Engle, j. Lehman, j. Batcbelder, Manager K. W. Rock. FRONT ROW: T. Decker, K. Vinson, D. Wilson, B. Talbott, K. Collins, T. Curran. Co-Captains Bob Corrnack and Kenny Collins. MEET Clay Center Quadrangular Ottawa-Relays PLACE third thirteenth Chapman Invitational second Abilene Quadrangular second Chapman Dual first Clay Center Dual second CKL Meet Regionals P ig hth eighth State D1sTAN cs MEN: K. collins- C. Cofffla none ck M' Gier scb- De fatal IS!! 1125- D wvilsom 5' 10 bmah. ' zz. J- Le B. Cvfmac Chef, . LaVerne Lauxman, vice-president: Ron Arm- hrust, president and Don Viola. secretary- treasurer. BACK ROW: Coach Schaake, sponsor: j Baumgartner, D. Fischer, C. Cormack, P McMahon, j. Corcoran, M. johnson, T. Cur ran, L. Tice, D. Crane, T. Stewart, K. W. Rock. SECOND ROW: K. Houser, B. Bankes L. Long. N. Stirtz, D. Wilson, S. Lehman, B. England, D. Alexander, K. Vinson. j. Farr, ecker FIRST ROW M Giersch K T. D . : . , . Collins, j. Batchelder, D. Mills, L. Lawcman, R. Armhrust, C. Platz, E. Howie, G. Holt G. Klufa. H. Karraker. The first meeting of the Abilene Lettermen's Club, commonlv called the 'A' Club, was called by the new sponsor Coach Schaake. The purpose of the meeting was to elect officers and to plan a course of activities for the year .... It was decided by unani- mous vote of the club, that all letter- men should wear their letter sweaters every Friday. A three-man committee of Charles Platz, joe Corcoran and Glen Holt was appointed to study rules of the lettering system to establish a more sound basis of awarding letters in the future. , - C7 ,CB Verland Miller ana Bernie Wilkins wait for hall. The racquet squad BACK ROW: T. Ger- both, R. Andreas, L. Tice, Coach C. B. Tice. FRONT ROW B. Wilkins, V. Miller, 1. Corcoran. For the first time in history, Abilene's racquet squad brought home a first place trophy from the state tennis meet .... Wilkins and Miller, as partners in the doubles, went through the se.ason un- defeated, winning seventeen matches. Three of these matches were at the state, and won the first place cup. . .five boys were recommended for tennis awards and one more for a service stripe. There were three returning lettermen for the '55 season. Terry Gerhoth and foe Corcoran ffore-ground, getfeadyto serve ball. f ii r I 1 ' ' A- AN s jf'SfA JI, fix ff fv sffm - "': if A L Afgi 5 .,.: A is 1 ,fe - e v 1 gil Q5 QW QXQ4 Wx "6e14f3,ff' ' :A if -' ,J W,-,far OX . L,,f,, ,Af . 1 Q.-59' V 1 QQ 'W 'Sf' d, agwa, Q 5- . fv--X i ' it - Q1 , .. aff 18341, 95 ...Sw W TOp N DONMEOW. B H E. H rg'-'f, p'D Oward M . a , ' we, B, Guglef' W B1 . az B uffman B ,lv Hofland ,,Obnson C e ' C 'r P oul . Gugjer R D K: Gedfbl K Ddlligary' K .D lamm D' S' Kin ' .F-' ay-'.p gsb So. D' Gamer 'RST ROY' .M' Hurrzencb' Hwy' S' Fizslg FOURT ' ' a ' - W' J. Gvibreys Hall. S Be" S. FH ROW, ""e" B . 1 So r Koglgri firlelg' Elrlgus-OA, Bubkefrgg, B. B ' C U12. D, I:1a505egfcb' fgunizuguejl, J Bak ' Hlkb ' Ord' ef. 11 RO ana D Dai' Hdne ' ' ly' R Y. L' I E,, Sie, n i D A ' Yfe L O ' . B Ol ey' Ande Sermanl B B W ' 'i ' B K1 ' ein Far, L Witwer, N. Myers, secretary: . president, and L. Lady, vice-presi- dent, jresbrnan Class officers, engage in intellectual activities. 1 fenrgeman ' M. Bow 'Son . J. ers, An - Egs, G' Browiulallo, S SECOND , C f D. Ki ' Decke ROW. feud, 'fgsbu 'fM. ' D. B .- 'JC D- Issqfeenougblflzrl Ut p . B ' 107195. Zey, L. Miller, F. Marlatt, FOURTH TOP ROW: E. Morris, M. Russell, C. Wilson, j. M. Roberson, G. Stadelrnan, L. Witwer, G. Priern, R. Phillips. ROW: R. Rider, P. McKee, S. Stiles, N. Rider, P. Trow, K. Lyne, M. Mille- son, N. Sigler, B. Norton. THIRD ROW: O. Labr, L. Lady, B. Stapf, N. Wbitebair, R. Switzer, L. Sumner, D. Sprinkel, N. Myers, L. Yulol. SECOND ROW: A. Mark, 1. Viola, M. Lanning, R. Vancil, R. Menges, D. Merrill, B. Scbrnutz, L. Sampson, M. Sirns. FIRST ROW: 1. Nold, M. Mobn, S. Lavender, L. Wade, 1. Taylor, M. Lambert, E. Rees, L. Watson, W. Little, D. Tucker. -fs- 08 Q? O 'F' el QW -5? QQ ... me T .ps 'QS- 33- mgaggr -I lb -li 'X' lake ,-QQ pcyfx Lf, imma . if Q 'S-W! ai lt D Clernence, D. Alexander, 1 b ll R Birdwe . X Bragg G. Ho , . lliott D Camp e , . THIRD ROW: TOP ROW: M. Evers, H. Gary, . Frazer, E. Hall, K. Houser. FOURTH ROW: j. E . . O. Condit, j. Hindrnan, G. Bowers, A. Engle, B. Benson, K. Conklin. G. Barrett, E. Corwin,j. Clacber, D. Everett, L. Holt, D. Buck., C. Bankes. E. Gruen, R. Andreas. SECOND ROW: S. Bartlett. D. Cbaprnan, M. Crandall. G- Holt. M. Carlile, N. Farnbam, j. Garrison, C. Callahan. FIRST ROW: . r C. Gierscb, G. Hoffman. L. Haynes. J. BU5Cb1Yla7l. Batcbelder, Hoffman, A. Estes, j. Carpente , ' Bauman. L. Blau, I. I G. Bowers, lahan. 1. Bat cbelder, secretary. class officers tap feet to cur- rent bit 'Skokiaan' at 'Al's.' TOP R FoUR79W-' L. 5 Mead H ROW: ation: H, p -I M We' S- Wissing T"J'lor,1jbZf.S. Veal K Ryan' obsvn. 15 19554312 N S I uska' ' Cbllfa A 'lzkopf M sdnb ' 'ls K' YJ, On, E Pic. . '. kin - G . ' T. '. M0710 euz' N- Scbw H' H Lain 'I .. Swanson. T 'K ' om arlz. L, M ' 1' Rooney f 1 untz' 5. ' E' Van Mele '. - W 'IS ' '- G. me en' J- Mawr. SE S Wmm : N rz D. Sberraden. OW . B- Wzse. M. Mason' 'ik 38 TQ' ig.-R '51 ,-fx, -..-I Xfk 3 . sm. Kia,- -qw 'C' V! 4+ T lame Alf il.-.L L3 , Eliiv' , 8 fe 1. I I T ICF, L, 5 . Kollmgl K . SeX'!o:'D 8 C Kingsbury' C I Lo b O ' fl well. T. Szmpso r, it Rash 8 zfle- T. Ra er ard D. job p ef, 71S0n. R , ROW. L U . . Miller. 'QT' ti' BACK ROW' Bobb Gr a' . y eenwoo , jimmy johnston, jerry Honn, Stan Lehman, George McKnight, Fred Bailey, Pete Womochil, Larry Tice, Carl McCall, Don Houser, Don Wilson. SECOND ROW: K.W Rock., Phyllis Kingsbury, Nancy Pechin, Susan Chaffee, Elaine Engle, Shirley Bauman. FIRST ROW: Palsy Whitley, Bruce England, Libby Clark., DeLynn Starr, Gerald Garten. Ruth Fisher, Amanla Schiller, Mr. Ewert. JUNIOR BACK ROW: Bob Arrnbrust, Pat Orender, Ronald Strong, Eldon Holt, Gary Klufa, Henry Karraker, Don Fischer, Oliver Tucker." SECOND ROW: Virflti Bufbdfk, Clem!! Verla Rogers L aura Beadleslon, Louise Greenwood, , Frey, Helen Reagle, judy Vancil FIRST ROW' La . . ffy Kolling, Terry Decker. Dudne'Neaderhiser, joe Corcoran, Mrs. Robson. Big Wheels of the junior class. Ned Stirtz, presi- dent, joe Corcoran, vice- president, and judy Vancil, secretary, take time out to relax. HOMEROUMS BACK ROW: Edna Lichte, Shirley Garten, Sandra Martin, Carolene Kuntz, jolene Martin, Nancy Chindarno, Norma Cooley Dixie Fajen. SECOND ROW: Carolyn jones, d d Neil Pat Laird, Edwina Houghton, Carol Edwar s, ju y , - th r'ne Myers 3' Sheila Bartlett, Norma Neaderhzser, Mzss Leznwe er ABSENT: Pal Green. ...ii BACK ROW. Lenece am Carolyn Nixon Ned Stirtz Dick Fuller jerry jones Frea' Dauzs Marvin Harzman Steve Arzguzano SECOND ROW Charley Rasp Gary Yocum Larry Meier Gerald Everett Fred Clemence ST ROW Pat Brown Covert Bollzger jerry Farr FIR Darlene Rogers Larry Gantenbezn Klazre Kirkpatrick Al ce Lambert. FIRST ROW. Pat Fisk, Ka e 1 , ' ' ' b . if: In the process of a family conference. 'With our family once again united I give you private enterprise", were the closing lines of Pete Womochil as the cur- tains drew on the '54 junior play, 'White Sheep of the Family". The plot is centered around the Winter family, living in London, in which each member is some sort of crook. james Winter CPete Womochill head of the house-hold is a professional burglar, while his wife, Alice Winter CCarolyn Willianisonj is a go between for all members of the family. Pat Winter, the daughter fSuzan Chaffeel who does her pick-pocketing at the opera, snatching dia- mond necklaces and bracelets, tries to discourage janet the maid CNancy Pechinl who is just starting in the "profession". Peter Winter, the son CTerry Deckerj who formerly was a forget, decides to go straight and work in a bank on account of his fiance Angela Preston Cjudy Vancilj. This is mainly because Angela's father CFred Davisj is Ass't. Commissioner of Scotland Yard. The Winter family meets Ass't. Commissioner Pres- ton. 'Are they real?' asks Sam "'--s., jackson as Mr. Winter and Pat Winter look on. . J UNI ORS PRESENT PLA Y cracker. This changes his mind and he again joins the family, thus eliminating him as the 'White Sheep'. Directing the play was Mrs. Don Rob- son with Dwight Vogel, senior, assisting. Entering into different scenes were the forgetful old vicar fK.W. Rockj and Sam jackson CBruce England! a good friend and fellow crook of james Winter. Not until after Peter decides to go straight does he find that his fiance Angela is also a professional safe Mr. Winter and the forgetful old vicar. Angela shows Peter and Mr. Winter ,bow to crack a safe. 'Making up' Carolyn Williamson is Clema Beadleston. - Senivm Astride his makeshift horse, Mike Johnson rode to fame as Abilene's mythical Cowboy Joe of 1955. The 'Yearbook King's' identity was revealed in a mock rodeo featuring the 'Killer Horse." Mike was crowned with a dark brown cowboy hat and presented the traditional gold and brown banner. 'joe' has been outstanding in sports as well as being a good student. He has lettered in all three major sports and went to the state track meet as a sophomore. Mike was chosen Jr. Carnival King his iunior year. His only comment on the Cowboy joe election was, 'This is the greatest thrill that I have ever had." ...50.. Mike 'joe' johnson, being af- fronted by clowns Marvin Gierscb and Pat McMahon. romeo ,w. 8 . Cui, 0 of exbilaration, p. Percbed on a stepladder, Dana Dwight Vogel Perczual as Emily studies ber part. E .M Without the use of props or scenery the senior play 'Our Town' was presented April 25 and 26, under the direction of Mrs. Barbara Robson. During the three acts, Daily Life, Love and Man-iage,and Death,Dwight Vogel, as stage manager, explains the plot throughout the play, which is centered around the families of the Gibbs' and Webbs'. Mr. Gibbs, a doctor, fCharles Platzl and Mrs. Gibbs fPeggy Missimerj, who have been married for twenty years, have two children Rebecca iSharon Shetradenl and George fWalt Maydenj. Their neighbors Mr. Webb, editor of the town paper, Uohn Baumgartnerj and Mrs. Webb CDeanne Phillipsj also have two children, Wally CPat McMahon! and Emily CDana Percivall. In the second act George and Emily are married, while in the third act Emily dies during childbirth. Others in the cast are: Joe Crowell, the paper boy, fLaVerne Laux- manjg Howie Newsome, the milkman, 1Kenny Collinsjg Professor Willard Qohn Smithlg Mrs. Soames, a town gossip, fCaro1ee Englelg Constable Warren QDale Millsjg Si Crowell, a paper boy, fKarl johnsonl, joe Stoddard, the undertaker, QTom Curranjg Sam Craig, a visiting relative, lStanley Bradleylg Simon Stimson, a choir leader with a tendency to be drunk, fMarvin Gierschjg Woman in the Balcony fCorrine Wrightlg Man in Audi- torium fLarry Meadelg Baseball Players fDean Crane, Loren Long and Larry Meadej and Town people. The entire play takes place in Grovers Corners, N.H. in the years of 1901 to 1913. Costumes pertaining to those years were worn by the cast. Stage Manager ij 014, Tow H Q F IRQ-5, Tpawfivmnwn-Vieux U-wwwfmm,,1-M,,.,,,,,.,...,,,,,,m,,,,,. ' Q' ' , J Nh if vggliy I , ff t 4 A ' 5,3 tv. , ,lf J Q 1 . 3 , X -...arf 4:1345 h. ARMBRUST, RONALD Hi-Y 2,3,45 Pep Club 45 'A' Club 2,3,4, Pres. 45 FF! 2,3,4, Sec. 45 Football 2"3 4"5 Jr. Rotarian 35 'Melod- Jones' Crew 35 Claflin, Kansas. BAILEY, HARVEY Hi-Y 1,2,4: Basketball 15 Track 1125 Basketball Man- ager 15 Melody Jones' Crew 3. BATCHELDEH, JERRY Pres. 15 Hi-Y 1,3,4g 'A' Club 3,45 Band 1,25 Chorus 45 Jr. Rotarian 35 Football 1,2,3"'4"5 Basketball 1,2,3'4': Track 1,2,3'4"'5 All Area Second Team 45All CKL by Coach- es 45 Second All CKL Sports Writers 45 'Melody Jones' Crew 35 Cowboy Joe Candidate 4. BAUMGARTNER, JOHN Hi-Y l,2,3,43 Hi-Y Model Legislature 45 Hi-Y Chairman of Devotions 3, Program 4: Boys State 3: Pep Club 45 Chorus 2,3 45 Boys' Ensem- ble 2,35 Jr. Lion 35 Basketball 25 Track l,2,35 Football Man- ager 45 'Melody Jones' Cast 3. BEETCH, MELVIN Hi-Y l,2,3,45 Pep Club 4: FFA 1,2,3,4, Vice-Pres. 3,45 Livestock Judging Team 35 Chorus 25 Jr. Lion 35 'Melody Jones' Crew 3. Dancing in Neptune's Realm are tbe juniors and seniors at the Prom of '54. SENIORS LEA VE ness. IEW . HALLS mf' BRADLEY, STANLEY Hi-Y 1,2,3,4. 'Tbey sure arecprettyf' This is the comment of Seniors Beverly bindamo, Ronnie Armbrust, Stanley Bradley and Camille Spaetb as tbey look at senior rings. SN 'Win .ol 1544 , 23315511 -521 'll I4 I e .L,, .. .. 45, ,M yigiffex ,gikf45 5,51 2 4- , ' . ls ,,. 3. .. 3 2153215 e 122 0 .,,,..,,,- -- 5 5 sfiesiiilfiffwfi Z A 5531.3 157 .:7E1f'fSf " ' K . , , gsv'1eS?M- as 7 ,if A gang , n L ' +2 , ,J C so 133 l .,. e re 1,5 ,. M.. 5 A aid-I was ' - f"?e- BROWN, PAUL BROWN, SHARON BERGMAN, DEBBIE CHINDAMO, BEVERLY Hi-Y 1. CHRISCO, DENNIS Hi-Y 1,25 Football 15 Basket- ball 15 Track 1: 'Melody Jones' Crew 3. CLARK, MARILYN Y-Teen 1 2,3,45 Pep Club 45 Biz-E ag suing Ensemble 1,25 Chorus 45 'Rooster' 45 'Mel- ody Jones' Crew 3. CLARK, RONNIE Chorus 15 Football l'2"'5 Bas- ketball 15 Track 1'25 'Melody Jones' Crew 3: Chapman 1,2. Vice Pres. 3 licity Chairman 4 Legislature 45 Pe Treasurer 45 'A' 3,4 1 Pee Bund coLL1Ns, l P Y-Teen 12,3,45 Pep Cluh ' 1,45 Ish Chay jay 4: Biz-E 3,45 Chorus 3,45 'Melody Jones' Usher 3. "Ain't She Sweet' is proved by queen candidates Saundra Lor- enz, Carolee Engle. Corrine Wright, Lois Koepsel and Arden Habacker. CORMACK, CALVIN 'JZ' Vice Pres. 15 Student Council 4, ui-Y 1,2,3,4., Sec. 4, Hi-Y Model Legislature 35 'A' Club 3,49 FFA l,2,3: Live- stockjudqing Team 25 Chorus 3,45 Boys Ensemble 49 Mixed Ensemble 4: Jr. Lion 35 Foo:- ball 1,2,3,4'5 Track 1 2,3"4'5 Cowboy Joe Candidate 45 'Melody Jones' Crew 3, CORMACK, EDWARD Hi-Y 2,a,4g FFA 1,2,a5 Live- stock Judging Team 35 Band 25 Football 35 Track 1,25 'Melody jones' Crew 3. CRANE, DEAN Pres. 45 Hi-Y 12,3,4g 'A' Club 3,45 Jr. flotarian 45 Track 1,2,3,45 Football 1,2, 3"4'5 Basketball 1,2,3"'4"5 'Melody Jones' Crew 3. , A :cf 5, PR curm AN, DUANE A ."f-J f FFA 1,2 35 Livestock iudging f I Team i,2,a, Trac 1,2,a, I , ,C 'Melody Jones' Crew 3. I ' 1 ' f ' rerrrr ,. ..,.e,r..re.l M,..m., , L. ., we ,rw..r.r,,sl..M..,,.e.el ,,,6 .3 'ON I 'xy-...ff W.. If JY' E ,-.. 3 .gg- fx..- . ... :S CURRAN, TOMMY Student Coimcil 11.2,-4, Pres. 43 Pep Club 43 'A Club 3,4: Band 1,25 Stunt Committee 23 Pep Band 23 Chorus 3,43 Quar- tette 33 Boys' Ensemble 43 Mixed Ensemble 3,4Q Jr. Lion 33 Football 1 2,3"4"'3 Track l,2,3"3 Basketball Manager 33 Cowboy joe Campaign Man- ager 43 'Melody jones' Cast 3. BEGIN NEW' DECKER, PATRICIA Y-Teen 1,2,3,43 GAA 23 Pep Club 1,2,3,43 Biz-E 33 Banff 1,2,3,4, Vice Pres. 2, Sec. 43 Stunt Committee 23,43 Or- chestra 1,23 String Ensemble 1,2,33 'Orange and Brown' Art Ed. 43 Dance Band 1,32 Twirler 13 Drum Major 2,3,49 'Melody Jones' Crew 3. ENGLE, CAROLEE Student Council 2,3,4, Sec. 2g Y-Teen l,2,3,4, Sec. 33 Worship Chairman 23 GAA 1,23 GIC 3, Sec. 33 Pep Club l,2, 3,4, Sec. 2, Pres. 43 Biz-E 3,4, Treas. 43 Chorus 2,43 'Booster' 23 Basketball Ush- BIS 'Melody jones' Cast 3. ENGLE, ROBERT Hi-Y 2,3,43 Pep Club 43 FFA l,2,3,43 Jr. Lion 33 Track 23 'Melody Jones' Crew 3. FREY, LARRY Hi-Y l,2,33 Pep Club 43 FFA 1,2,3,43 Livestock judging Team 33 Band 1,21 Track 1,2, 3,43 'Melody jones' Crew 3. GARY, MARILYN Y-Teen l,2,33 GAA 13 Pep Club 2,3,43 Biz-E 3,43 Ish Chay JHY 4, Sec. 43 Band 13 Chorus 2,43 Usher-jr. Play 3, EXPERIENCES GERBOTII, TERRY Hi-Y 3,42 'A' Club 1,2,3,43 Jr. Lion 43 Football 3,43 Tennis 1,2,3,43 CKL Honor- able Mention 43 'Melody Jones' Crew 3, GIERSCH, MARVIN Student Council 33 Pep Club 4, Pres. 43 'A' Club 3,43 Band 1,23 Pep Band 13 Chorus 33 'Orange and Brown' Photo Ed. 45 Jr. Rotarian 33 A Team Cheerleader 43 Football 2,3, 4'g Basketball 13 Track 1,2, 3'4"3 Cowboy Joe Campaign Manager 4g 'Melody Jones' Cast 33 junction City, Kansas 1. HABACKER, ARDEN Trees. 43 Y-Teen 2,3,4S GAA 1,22 Pep Club l,2,3,43 Chorus 2,42 'Orange and Brown' Managing Ed. 43 Football Queen Attendant 43 'Melody jones" Crew 3. HANEY, LAVONA MARIE Student Council 43 Y-Teen 1,2,3,4, Cabinet 43 Pep Club 43 Biz-E 3,4, Pres. 43 Ish Chay jay 43 'Booster' 23 Chorus 43 Band 1,2,33 Stunt Committee 3, 'Melody Jones' Crew 3. pix. 51 . .,.,,,.,,. ,.,. 3 05.35 -Q, ,, 'S ff -V .. . is W 9' r RM? 'k . .. ,ii M A- Kollin . D. Curran, R. Engle, and A. Howie exchange Sr. HENDERSON, FRIEDA Pep Club 1,2 3 Chorus 2,3, 4 Melody Jones' Usher 3. 11 HENNING, HAROLD , HERN, VIRGIL HOESCH, CHA LENE Pep Club 42 chorus 1,2,3: H'-Y,1: FFA 1,2,3,'4: Track Y-Teen 1,25 Pep c ub 1 2 3 r. Lion 4: Golf 45 Basket- 1,24 Me10dY Jvnes Crew 3, Chorus 2,3,4 Gxrls Ensem- allUsher1g Chapman l,2,3. ble 2,33 Mixed Ensemble 2,3 'Melody Jones Crew 3 TAKE ALONG MEMORIES HOLT, ELTON FFA l,2,39 'Melody Jones' Crew 3. A HOWIE ALFRED H1-Y 3,45 FFA 1 2,35 Boys' Ensemble 15 Jr. llotarian 49 'Melody Jones' Crew 3. HOWIE EDWARD JOHNSON, KARL Hi-Y l,3,4: Pep Club 45 Band 1,25 Pei: Band 1,25 Chorus 4: Footbal lp Track 1,2,3,4g 'Melody Jones' Crew 3. JOHNSON., MIKE Vice-Pres. 23 'A' Club 2,3,4: 'Orange and Brown' 4: Jr. Lion 3: Football 2,3"4"': Bas- ketball 2,3'4': Track 2"'3"4': Honorable Mention CKI, Football: Honorable Mention All Area Footballgjr. Camival King 39 Cowboy Joe 4. KAPPEL, JOYCE Library Club 4, Vice-Pres. 4: Y-Teen l,2,3,4i GAA l,2, Cabinet 2: GIC 3, Cabinet 35 Pep Club l,2,3,4: Bi!-E Club 3: Band 1,23 Chorus 43 Dance Band 1,25 'Booster' 2,3,4g "Melody Jones' Usher 3. Hi-Y 2,3,4: 'A' club 45 Pep Club 4: Chorus 2g FFA 1,2, 3,45 Livestock Judging 'leam 1,2,35 Football 3: Basketball lg Track l,2,3,4: 'Melody Jones' Crew 3. JEFFREY, EAMES Hi-Y 2,3,4: Pep C ub 43 Track 29 'Melody Jones' Crew 3, .-4 Q C. Engle and N. Nico- lay make posters for Girls ' State. 55- KNAUSS, DELMER mg, 'VT' ,W . . , Q KOEPSEL, LOIS Sec. 39 Y-Teen 3,49 Pep Club 3,49 Biz-E Club 49 Ish Chay jay 49 Chorus 4, Sec. 49 Football Queen Candidate 49 'Melody Jones' Crew 3. RECEIVE LONG Library Club 39 Y-Teen 1,2, 3,43 GAA 1,29 Pep Club 3,49 Biz-E Club 39 Chorus 2,3,49 'Melody Jones' Prompter 3. 40" X f M 9 9. 1,Qf19. f 9 A 9, I - 3:1 xg, LAUXMAN, LAVERNE Hi-Y 1,2,3,49 Hi-Y Model Legislature 49 'A' Club 4, Vice-Pres. 49 Chorus 3,4, Pres. 49 Jr. Rotarian 39 Q LONG, LOREN Hi-Y l,2,3,49 Biz-E Clun 49 'A' Club 3,49 FFA 1,2,a,49 Choms 49 Livestock Judging Team 39 Football 3,49 Bas- Football l,2,3,4'g Bagkggbqllgketball 3,42 'Melody Jones' ball 19 Track 1,2,3"4": "Mel- Crew 3- . ody Jones' Crew 39 Cowboy joe Campaign Manager 4. A WAI TED DI PLOMAS if it it d tes Mike -lo ns ? .4 b Ono Jerry di a d Kerm gtzlldjcbllzeyldletzlj Clglaluin gzimaffmaxed 410756: Collins 10015 over H INQARLATT, CZEEDRGE MEIER, DONNA '- 2,3 49 FF 9 T lt , . l:2: Basketball 1.2: El- lf ffee,Qi,f932'3df5bPQ"4.Ci2,l1 ECI'-lb 39 'Melody Jones' Cliay Jay 49 Chords, 3,49 Crew 3' 'Orange and Brown' Typist 49 'Melody Jones' Usher 3 MILLS, DALE Vice-Pres. 49 Hi-Y 49 Pep Club 4, Vice-Pres. 49 'A Club 3,49 Sec. Treasurer 49 'Orange and Brown' S orts Ed. 49 Jr. Lion 49 foot- ball l,2,3"'4'9 Basketball 19 Track 1,2,3,4'9 .lst Team All CKL' 2nd Team All Areag 'Melody jones' Cast 3. ef.A--' e, of n LOREN Z, SAUNDRA Y-Teen 1,2,3,4, Cabinet 3,4: GAA 1: Pen Club 1,2,3,4, Vice-Pres 45 Band 2,3, Vice- Pres. 3s Stunt Committee 2,35 Chorus 4: 'Orange and Brown' Managing Ed. 4: 'Boo ter' 3,49 B Team Cheerleader 2g A Team Cheerleader 3,47 Foot- ball Queen 49 Attendant 39 Twirler 2,39 'Melody jones' Crew 3. MCMAHON, PAT Pep Club 49 'A" Club 49 Chorus 3,4, Vice-Pres. 49 Jr. Rotarian 39 Football 45 'Me1- ody Jones' Crew 3, MCNULTY, JACK Hi-Y 2,31 Band 3: Pep Band 29 Football 1,29 Track 1, MAYDEN, WALT Student Council 49 Hi-Y l,2, 3,49 Stuco Representative 49 Hi-Y Model Legislature 49 Pep Club 49 FFA 19 Jr. Rotarian 39 Football 1,39 Basketball 19 Track 1,2,3Q 'Melody Jones' Crew 3g Cowboy joe Campaign Manager 4. W, 10" ff 5 MILLER, JIM Hi-Y 2,35 Biz-E Club 35 Band 1,25 Track 1,23 'Melo- dy jones' Crew . MING, .IANICE Y-Teen 1,2,3,4: GAA 1,2g Pep Club 1,2,3,4: Biz-E Club 3,4, Vice-Pres. 4, Ish Chay jay 4: Chorus 2,3,4, Girls' Ensemble 2,3,4, Mixed Ensemble 3,4Q 'Melody Jones' Crew 3. MISSIMER, PEGGY Y-Teen l,2,3,4g Pianist 43 GAA 1,25 Pep Club 1 2,a,4p Biz-E Club ag Quill .nd Scroll 2,3,4g Orchestra 1,25 String Ensemble 1,2,3g Cho- rus 23,43 Accompanist 4g Girls' Ensemble 3,43 'Oran ge and Brown' Editor 4: 'Boos- ter' I 2,3: B Team Cheer- leader l,A Team Cheerleader 2,3,4g 'Melody Jones' Cast Crew 3. PILCHER, CARL FFA 1,2g Livestock Judging Team 25 Junction City 1,29 Washington 3. MOSLEY EDWINA KAY Y-Teen 1,2,3,4: GAA 1,2p Glc 3, Cabinet 35 Pep Club 1,2, 3,45 Biz-E Club 3,43 Ish Chay Jay 4, Treasurer .4 Band 1,2, 3,45 Stunt Committee 45 String Ensemble 1,2,3,4: 'Melody Innes' Crew 3. 3. PERCIVAL, DANA Student Council 1, Y-Teen 1,2,3,4, Worship Chairman 3,45 . GAA 1,2, Cabinet 2: CIC 3, Cabinet 3: Pep Club 1 2 3,4, Vice-Pres. 23 Biz-E Club 3, Trees. 3, Band 1 25 Orchestra lg Chorus 46 Girls' Ensemble 4g Mixed Ensemble 45 Debate Team 4, 'Melody Jones' Cast 3. GAIN HIGH HONORS NICOLAY, NANCY KAY Sec. 43 Y-Teen 1,2,3,4: GAA 13 Pep Club l,2,3,4: Biz-E Club 3,43 Isb Chay jay 4: Chorus 3,45 Girls' State 3: 'Melody Jones' Crew 3. ORENDER, MARY ELLA Y-Teen 29 Pep Club 1,2,3g Chorus 2,3,4: 'Melody Jones' PLATZ, CHARLES Pres. 35 Student Council 2, Vice-Pres. 29 Hi-Y 1,2,3,4, Cabinet 2, Vice-Pres. 3, Pres. 49 Hi-Y Model Legis- lature 3: Pep Club 49 'A' Club 1,2,3,4: Band 1.2: Chorus 45 Qllartette 4: Buys' Ensemble 4g Mixed Ensem- ble 4, Jr- Lion 3: Football 1,2,3'4'9 Basketball 1,23 Track 1"'2"'3': BOYS' State SQ 'Melody Jones' Cast 3. x T-'13 PESNELL, BARBARA ANN Student Council 1,45 Y-Teen 1,2,3.4. Finance Chairman 3g GAA 1,2, Cabinet 23 Pep Club 1,2,3,4: Debate Team 1,2,3,4: 'Melody Jones' Cast 3. PHILLIPS, D EANNE Y-Teen 1 ,2,3 ,4: Program Chairman 4: GAA 1,25 Pep Club I,2,3,4: Biz-E Club 3,4' Ish Chay Jag lg Quill an Scroll 3,49 C orus 43 'Boos- ters 23,4: B Team Cheer- leader lg A Team Cheerleader 2.3.4: 'Melody Jones' Cast 3. PYKE, MARY JANE Library Club 4: Y-Teen 1,2, 3,45 Pep Club 1: Biz-E Club 3-49 Ish Chay JHY 42 Band REES ALMA 1,2,3,4: Pe Band 1,25 - ' Twirler 25,49 -Melody IY1ig1r3g:3Club 3,4, Sec. Jones' Cast 3. ' IF' -s -'Q fi Q43 3: -s""'l '3' 1-we-""" SMI TH, JOHN REYNOLDS, SHERRY Y Teen 1,2,3,4: Pep Club 1 2 3 49 Biz-E Club 39 Cho- rus 2,3,4Q Girls' Ensemble 34 Mixed Ensemble 3,4. 44- Hn ROBSON, DAVID Library Club 2 3,43 Hi-Y 1,2,3,4: Biz-E Club sg cho- rus 2,3,4: BOYS, Ensemble 49 Mixed Ensemble 49 'Mel- ody jones' Crew 3, X'-fl' ROBSON, ORLA ROOT, ELAINE Y-Teen 1,2,3,49 Pe-p Club Y-Teen 2,3,4, GAA 25 GIC 1,49 Biz-E Club 39 Melody 35 pep Club 2'3,4s Chorus JODCS' Usher 3. 3,45 Dallas, Texas 3. COMBINED WORK WITH FUN ROE, JIM Pep Club 49 Biz-E 39 Band Hi-Y l,2,3,49 Pep Club 49 Biz-E Club 49 Band l,2,3I Pep Band 2,32 Chorus 49 'Orange and Brown' Business Manager 49 Jr. Lion 39 'Melo- dy Jones' Crew 3, SCHUPP, AUDREY Y-Teen 349 Biz-E 1,2,3,49 Pep Band 2,3,49 Dance Band 39 Track 1,2,3,49 'Melody Jones' Crew 3. SPAETH, CAMILLE Y-Teen l,3,49 Biz-E Club 3,49 Ish Chay jay 4, Vice-Pres. 49 Quill and Scroll 3,49 Chorus 39 'Booster' 2,3Q 'Melody jones' Crew 3. Club 39 Chonis 3,49 'Melody jones' Ush- er 3. SHERRADEN, SHARON Y-Teen 1,2,3,49 GAA 1,29 Pep Club l,2,3,4Q Sec. 39 Biz-E Club 39 Band l,2,3,49- Stunt Committee 3,49 Treas- urer 3,49Pep Band 2,32 Dance Band 39 'Booster' ness Manager 49 3,4, Busi- B Team 'Melody SULLIVAN, LYNN Y-Teen 3,49 Biz-E Club 3,42 Ish Chay jay 4, Pres. 49 Chorus 3,49 'Melody Jones Usher 3. Cheerleader 1,29 Jones' Crew 3. at 5110 -LU. wb 6 ,be on ou, Te afvlfl efly ,ley' M and i.r1llY BW ' al . T w 2125215 Hagvesana Paw 'fig o - ' ' 50 ' e 'in gei "'ef1..e1b VII' advanlag tGie'SC,H14abof1 'ak C P STEWART, TERRY Hi-Y zsg 'A' Club 2,a,4, Football Ig Basketball 1,21 3"4"'9 Track l,2,3'4Z 'Melody Jones' Cre 23. K ! I .l r 'Fli- - Ni . , ,,-SQ, .K 1 3 if 9 2 1 ' -. "5 I ,, sg e'e- in ol ,gf l , l TICE, BARBARA Y-Teen 1,2,3,49 Pianist 2, Chairman 39 Pep Club String Ensemble 19 2 3,49 Girls' Ensem- M. xxed Ensemble Jones' Cast 3. VINDUSKA, FREDRICK FFA 1,25 Chapman 1. VINSON, KENNETH Hi-Y 2,3,45 Pep Club 25 'A' Club 3,45 Basketball 15 Ten- nis l5 Track 2,35 'Melody Jones' Crew 3. VOGEL, DWIGHT Librar lub 1 2 3 4 'ce y C , , , S V1 - Pres. 1, Pres. 2,3,45 Hi-Y l,2,3,4Q Cabinet 2,45 lli-Y Model Le islature Observer 35Pep Club 45 Biz-E Club 35 Quill and Scroll 3,43 Band 1,25 Pep Band 25 Chorus 3,49 Boys' Ensemble 3,45 Mixed Ensemble 3145 Debate Team 1,2"'3'4"g Booster' 3,4, Editor 4: Jr. Rotarian 35 Basketball Usher 45 'Melody Jones' Cast 35 'White Sheep oi the Family Asst. Direc- tor 45 G0vemor's Safety Con- ference 45 Dramatics Club 4. VIOLA, DON R. Vice-Pres. 35 Hi-Y l,2,45 Pep Club 45 Biz-E Club 35 'A Club 45 Band 1,2,3,45 Stunt Committee 2,3,45 Pep Band 3,45 Football 45"Me1o- dy jones' Crew 3. 1eP'es bing aw s' Sta? SC"'b fklflg Hate IWOPIMZ demons afles entatwesay are Cb WENDT, LAIRD HiY 1234 'Pe Club 45 ' 1 1 1 5 P Band 1,25 Track 2. Boy 3 . yf,1'le1' pfofedxn BfW"'g" WILLIAMS, PAYE JEAN and I String Ensemble l,25Chor-us 4. GONE BUT NEVER F ORGOTTEN WRIGHT, CORRINE Sec. Treas. 25 Student Council 3, Sec. 35 Y-Teen 1,2,3,4, Treas. 3, Vice-Pres. 3, Pres. 45 GAA 1,25 Pep Club 1,2,3,45 Biz-E Club 35 Football Atten- dant 2,45 'Melody Jones' Crew 3. -59- WHITE , DONNA Y-Teen l,2,3,45 Pep Club 1,2, 3,45 Biz-E Club 35 chorus 2,3,45 'Melody jones' Crew 3. WOOD, BILL Ili-Y 1 2,3,45 Pianist 3,45 Membership Chairman 35 Sec. 45 Pep Club 45 Biz-E Club 35 Chorus 2,3,45 Mixed Ensemble 45 Boys' Ensemble 45 'Boos- ter' 2,35 Jr. Rotarian 45 'Mel- ody Jones' Stage Manager 3. Mis 'Up in the air' over Cowboy joe campaigning is Pat McMabon. Xi . ' xi' X VL'2 X V Bill Wood linlzles tbe iuories. f .. df? Y R 'F . ff l g f-'wk Q. ,- if Q Y VK Cbzef Gabby, 1 - x jf 1 .zo , f 2 QQ? 12:13:25 W '15 kk 2 Peggy Missimer, yearbook edi- X lor, crowns Mike johnson 1 'Cowboy joe' You don't say! joe's and their managers: BACK ROW: L.aVeme Lauxman, Tom Curran, Marvin Gierscb and Walt Mayden. CANDIDATES: Calvin Cormack, jerry Batcbelder, Mike johnson and Kenny Collins. Chief "Ron", av 4 ,,. .V 6 " ' 'Tr 1 , ,L ,, fi 1 " 1.-cf., ,n 1,-N, Zflffj ivf 1 2525. " .sa :iw 34,-5? T'Y'?f3f-T56 179 lllfifbffiifn' ' . '-': In-, -,M L. JE-A, Zips? If '.,'.i:r'-f we 5 lf-. 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Abilene High School - Orange and Brown Yearbook (Abilene, KS) online yearbook collection, 1949 Edition, Page 1


Abilene High School - Orange and Brown Yearbook (Abilene, KS) online yearbook collection, 1950 Edition, Page 1


Abilene High School - Orange and Brown Yearbook (Abilene, KS) online yearbook collection, 1953 Edition, Page 1


Abilene High School - Orange and Brown Yearbook (Abilene, KS) online yearbook collection, 1954 Edition, Page 1


Abilene High School - Orange and Brown Yearbook (Abilene, KS) online yearbook collection, 1968 Edition, Page 1


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