Alton High School - Wildcat Yearbook (Alton, KS)

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X 'FWZ Y so V N.X,, Q Shlrley Mayfleld Donald Thornburg Homer Lee GPIMQS MGPCIH Thornburg Mr Harnlsh gil PT6S1GPNt Prpsldpnt Secretary student ouncll Suonsor nOut of the Harbor IHCO the Deenn Purnle and Jhlte f111fff,,,,f',,",,,,ii5g:i,It 3 , Bill Dugan . . . . . . . Treasurer A .. 'W KN was P 125k ,gp Xi. 4 'avid' , ug, 'i K. is if MARTIN THORNBURG Ars l23L, Glee Club l23h, H1 1 3 , FFA l23h, H1 Y President L Hi Y Treasurer 3, FPA Beporte FPA King L, Class President 3 Student Council Basketball 123 Baseball l23L, Mage s English, Agrlculture, History, hinors Commerce, Mathematics SHIRLLY MAYPILLD AHS 23L, Glee Club 123 Y een 123 , Class Vice Presioent 3 Class President L, FHA 12 M PHA President 3, FHA Pianist , IA Queen 3, State Homemaker 3 Junior Play 23, Senior Pls: 3h Najors Fome Uconomics, English, Minors Commerce, History DON THORNBURC AHS l23h Glee Club 3, FFA 123k Hi Y 123 , Hi Y Treasurer Vice President M, Football 23 Baseball 123 Senior Play, Paper Staff, Majors Vo ational Avri calture, English, History, Minor Mathematics MAX BAT S AHS l23h Glee Club 3h, FFA l?3L, H1 Y 123 Hi Y Vice President 7, Band 2, Basketball 23 Football 23, Majors Envllsn, History and Agriculture, Minors Commerce ana Science DLAN KURTZ AHS 1231, Glee Club 2, Band 2321, H1 Y 123I',, FFA 123L,, Basketball 11 Baseball l, Senior Play, Najo s Agriculture, Pnglish, History, Minors Mathematics, Commerce ROBERTA DEIPHEN AHS 3h, Glee Club 3h, Y-Teen 123 Y Teen Social Committee , Basket ball 123, Junior and Senior Plays, Paper Staff, Majc.s Vocational Homemakinp, English, History, Minors--dusic, Commerce 1:3 v ii. .adllhl Y dUU ..,d" .1 HOMER LIE GRIMlS AHS 123s Glee Club l23h, H1 123 , FFA l23h, Hi V Probran Chairman , FFA President Class Treasurer 2, lass Secretary Class Vice President l, Band 2 Junior Play, Senior Pla , Basket ball l23M, Football 123 , Paper Staff 123, Majors nglish, Agri culture, History, Minors Com merce, Mathematics BETTY KING AHS l23h, Glee Club 12 L, mixed Chorus 23 , Y Teen 123 , Y Teen Program Committee, FHA 23h Pacer Staff, Junior and Senior Plays Majors English, History, Minors Home Economics, Mathematics LAYTON ARNOLD AHS l23h, Glee Club M ii Y l 3 FFA l23h, Football l23L, Basketball , Football Kino Majors Agri culture, English, linors Commerce, History, Science NFNDELL STANF17LD AHS l23L H1 Y 1231 PFA l23L Football 3h, Senior Play, Paper Staff, N8.jO Q Acfri ultlre, History, Enplish, Minors Commerce, Science BOB NIILIAMS AHS 123k lee Club 23 , Mixed chorus 23 , Band 23h FPA 1, H1 123 , Class President 2, Junior Play, Paper staff, MaJors nnglish, History, Minors Iatbematics, Science LORNA LEA McCLELLAN AHS l23h, Glee Club 12 M, Mixed horus 23 , Y Teen 123 , FHA 23h Parliamentarian , Senior Play, Paper Staff, Majors English, History, Minors Home Economics, Commerce -M W fig xim- H- f 'ter l W MART CGOLEY AHS l23h Glee Club 12 FFA l23h Hi Y 123 , Football 23 , Basketball 12, Baseball l , Track 23, Sen' Play, Paper Staff, Majors Agri culture, History, Envlish, Minor Mathematics DWIGHT DUGAN AHS 123h, FFA 123L H1 Y 123k Football 123k Paper Staff, NaJor English, History, Agriculture, Minor Science BIIL DUGAN AHS 123h, H1 Y l23h, Glee Club 1 FPA l23h, FFA Secretary M, Class Secretary 12, Class Treasurer Basketball 123h, Paper Staff, Majors Agriculture, English, History, Minor Science VERNON DALE COVERT AHS 123h, H1 Y l23h, FFA l23h Class Vice President 3, Football 13, Paper Staff Majors Agri culture, English, History, Minor Science ' ISTORY T Q X MQ B The Senior Class of 1950 had its beginnings back in 1939 when four of its members, Martin Thornburg, Bill Dugan, Layton Arnold, and Lorna Lea McClellan, started in the Alton Grade School Vernon Covert dropped back a year to join the class in the sixth grade and Bob Williams came to town from Blue Mound in his seventh grade The students other than the ones mentioned were Roberta Deichen, Betty King, Max Bates, Homer Grimes, Wendell Stanfield, Dean Kurtz, Larry Hadley, Harold Lea Morgison, and Lyle Stroup Enrolling for high school was an event all of eighth graders looked forward to with interest, yet with a sense of fear No longer were we children, were entering the adult world New Freshmen from the country joined us Don Thornburg breezed in from Fair West in his Chevy, Dwight Dugan blew in from Pleasant Valley on his motor scooter, and Mart Cooley from Mount Ayr wisely decided to stay in town fpossibly because he feared severe weather might prevent him from attending school if he had far to travel? Miss Brundgart was chosen class sponsor and Larry Hadley president the end of the year Larry and Darlene Lindgren moved to Osborne and Peggy Britt was married The Sophomore year began with Ben Johnston, Shirley Mayfield, and Edna Walker attending Alton High School for the first time They hailed from Wichita, Osborne, and Hill City respectively Eugene Blakesly attended part of the year, then moved to Natoma Mr Everett Yoxall was elected class sponsor and Bob Williams pres ident When school was out Lyle Stroup moved to Smith Center and Barbara Kurtz to Salina We Juniors welcomed Roberta Deichen who had spent her Freshman and Sophomore years in Smith Center Ben John ston finished the first semester with us and then moved to Wichita. Edna Walker took her Junior and Senior years together and graduated the following spring. Mrs. Hildreth was chosen sponsor and Martin Thornburg president. The Junior-Senior Banquet later proved these choices invaluable. Now, We the Seniors, stand at the threshold of grad- uation. We have Mr. Eugene Harnish as sponsor and Shirley Mayfield as president. Graduation characterizes maturity and responsibilities. Some of us will further our education, but for others this year marks the end of our formal education. Whatever the future holds for us, we sixteen realize we part company to fulfill our charge with destiny. But we will always fondly remember our classmates, our associates, and last but not least, our Alma Mater, Alton High School. 'WA 4 diflls X 'S Il fi 4552? fc? ?2 2- ff 9 wr in i ic' 1115 mmm, I-Q I 455 Semor Class Poem We are Senlors slxteen 1U number To class occaslonally we are late, We never study, and somet1mes slumber But even so, we plan to graduate For every 'wlldcat' Bob wrltes an ed1tor1al Shlrley does the same as edltor ln chief The behavlor of the students supplies the material And they work together but t1ll 1t's grlef B111 is handsome with black curly ha1r He has eyes for a certaln JUDIOP g1rl, Betty may be 11ttle and very fa1r But when angry, big thlngs she can hurl Homer's at the top when it comes to dresslng, For a favor1te sport he likes basketball, Thls lncludes Martln 1f he be choosing Wh1Ch he usually 1S for he l1kes them all Don plays football at which he's a success, Food is h1s favorlte and girls are his hobby, Roberta llkes to sew and has made many a dress She has good taste and never looks dauby Compared to the rest Dean's chubby and fat He likes to go out for any k1nd of pastime, Max's deslre 1S to stop the g1rls and chat And he l1kes to skate when t1me he can flnd Mart does the HTUISC work for our class And he can study when he th1nks lt best Wendell also studles and works to pass He's S6met1meS n1ce but usually a pest Layton relgned as our Football Klng, He learned to love now loves to learn, For entertalnment Wimp does the clowning, Happy or sad he has a joke at every turn Vernon has a smlle and hello for everyone For h1s date Jane Dlx w1ll always rate, Short though she may be, Lorna Lea has won A tall dark, and handsome for her date 'N Harnish was chosen our class sponsor, CD Could it have been because of his car? 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Q. h 'lf The report flashed over the P8d1O that Mr Harnish, author and former school teacher was seriously lnjured in a rock et crash and was lmmedlately taken tothe Alton Community Hospital His friends were alarmed and even those who remem bered hlm as thelr instructor came to an him Mart Cooley, flylng 1n from h1s job as pilot of the Overseas A1r11nes.hom Paris to Natoma arrlved f1rst Mart1n Thorn burg, upon hearlng the news telegraphed all the 1950 graduates from h1s tele graph station 1n Nevada to summon all of them to Alton Always ready for some thlng excltlng, Dwight Dugan owner of Jimmy Lynch Death Dodgers and st1ll dodg1ng glF1S, raced to see Mr Harnlsh Thlnklng there could have been somethlng crooked about the whole accident Wendell Stanf1eld brought dl of h1s future crim 1H31S from Harvard where he 15 teachlng cr1m1nology to learn some new angles It so happened that Layton Arnold coming from Ch1cago where he 1S playlng profes slonal football for the Ch1Cag0 Bears caught the same plane Wendell was on so they came together Donald Thornburg, trying to keep peace and order through h1s job as Hlghway Patrolman around girls' d0Pm1tOP19S came tolnvestlgate the case Catchlng the f1rst plane from New York signer Lorna Lea McClellan flew to of fer her sympathy ReCe1V1Hg speclal word to come in case Mr Harnlsh m1ght not survive Bob Wil l1amS, Minister and Superintendent of Kansas Yearly Meetlngs, came w1th a ser with all twenty cats piled in the back seat of her Ford Shirley Mayfleld an old ma1d drove from her cattle ranch 1n Wyom ng Homer Grimes threw some junk parts together for a car from his business of owningcmr parts and raced to Alton Roberta De1chen caught the first male who passed her at buslness college where she is attend 1ng and persuaded him to take her to see Mr Harnish Gettlng the news first hand at the Russell Telephone Exchange where she is working to save for her future family, Betty, the former M1ss K1ng,came immedlately to cheer the patient mon prepared QAX X NS X if QSM Il Ag! fn? 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' 'fi feb 1 fill- ai Those stlll living near Alton made ar rangements for a great reunion Living 1n Alton and owner of the former Hardman Lumber Yard and Cablnet Shop Bill Dugan and his affectionate spouse nvited all the class to stay at the hotel they had just bullt Vernon Covert frmmhbodston, where he l1ves w1th his charming wife Jane and fourteen ch11dren, offered t furnish the eats Dean Kurtz, wealthy wheat and cattle owner,furnished a beef Max Bates, owner of a retailliquor store 1n Bloomington managed to stop drinking all h1s profit so there would be enough To make the reunion complete Mr Har nish was found in a surpris1ng y proved condition and was later able join the large and happy party t the Dugan Hotel -Alix X X7 ii: ,,,...i X la A . 5:1 ll r 5' ,II-v+'+a, : E I 0 .1 . . 0 M C , Mx ' ' , -L , an wgjy 9. ' , x K :gi lj ' i f fl for a few cocktails. , gl ' l . im- - U k..! to 'A ' a 'lt Qu, nlg Nw A I L H,4! Q -lb!! f 1 ,ff X.. 1 XW ILL We sixteen Seniors, 1n order that other students too may succeed, hereby bequeath our following assets to the ones who we feel need them most BILL DUGAN w1lls h1s two Jun1or girl friends to Everett McComas MART COOLEY wills his Natoma girls to Ray Kurtz LAYTON ARNOLD w1lls h1s school bus to Elmer Boland WENDELL STANFIELD wills his abillty not to get along with the teach ers to Duane Vohs BOB WILLIAMS w1lls h1s curly hair to Mr Seaman and his intelligence to Jackie Stephenson VERNON COVERT wllls h1s Woodston g1rl to Gordon Williams DON THORNBURG wills h1s football ability to Terry Dibble DWIGHT DUGAN wills his size and abllity to stay up all night to Verr Swank. MARTIN THORNBURG w1lls his abillty to dance to George Dugan. MAX BATES wills his ability to have all the girls chase him to Dar- rel Crusha. HOMER GRIMES wills his ability to play the piano to Bobby Reeves. DEAN KURTZ wills h1s pea-green Ford to Imogene Deichen. SHIRLEY MAYFIELD wllls her red hair to Bonny Holloway. ROBERTA DEICHEN wills her ability to drive to Deryl Carswell and Ralph Vohs. BETTY KING wills her out-of-town boys to Florence Peterson. LORNA LEA McCLELLAN wills her brown eyes to Gwenda LaRue. 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ADVERTISING 9 S x X gjf If w ffgm i X THE OSBORNE COUNTY FARMERS UNION Coo p eratlve Assoc lat: on ELEVATORS BULK OIL PLANTS Alton Bellaire Bloomlngton Cor1nth Osborne Waldo Luray Downs Forney, Luray, Osborne Bellalre 8 Alton Lebanon POPU1S 8 Waldo Alton Downs Osborne Q POFCIS Downs R Osborne STORES AND LOCKERS Alton Downs A Osborne Stephenson s Store GROCEHIES PRODUCE GENERAL MERCHANDISE SCHOOL SUPPLIES Alton Kansas Bob Stephenson Manager Phone 31 Hortzler Hardware C1 Appliances FREE INSTALLATION ON SERVEL RFFRIGEHATORS 8 GAS STOVES FIRST QUALITY LOW PRICES 'WE STRIVE TO PLEASE' Phone 58 Alton, Kansas I ' 0 0 ! ! - I . I Y P I 1 , . 1 - . 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PROPANE - BUTANE - WHOLESALE R RETAIL FERGUSON IMPLEMENTS GASOLINE OILS GREASES GOODYEAR TIRES SHOP SERVICE Zh HOUR SERVICE Phone 100 Woodston, Kansas Markham Chevrolet Co WBEST OF LUCK TO THE ALTON HIGH SCHOOL' Osborne Kansas SKELLY QUALITY PRODUCTS HOOD TIRES LUBRICATION TANK TRUCK DELIVFRIES OSBORNE FILLING STATION Osborne Kansas LOUIS ZIM ERMAN DEALFR IN ELECTRIC PUMPS WINDMILLS PIPE and TILE PLUMBING Phone hah Osborne Kansas A L DUCKWALL STORES CO 'YOUR LOCAL VARIETY STOREN Osborne, Kansas J M Hopper Manager RANEY DRUG R JEWELRY STORE Osborne Kansas CONGRATULATIONS to ALTON HIGH SCHOOL 0 s E " 1 9 v Phone 68 : , Z 9 u Q - Z The Quality Furniture Stores John J Van Scyoc SERVICE SATISFACTION AND SAVINGS FURNITURE AND UNDERTAKING Osborne Kansas Alton Kansas Phone 33h Phone 99 FARMERS NATIONAL BANK Osborne Kansas 'WHEN IN OSBORNE GO TO PILLY'S BARBER SHOPW Osborne Kansas HIBBS INSURANCE AGENCY REAL ESTATE LOANS AND INSURANCE Osborne Kansas RANKIN AND GOSS APPLIANCES PLUMBING HEATING Osborne Kansas ROBERT CLARK R SON HARDWARE FURNITURE FUNERAL DIRECTORS QUEENSWARE FLOOR COVERINGS PLUMBING SHEET METAL SHOP Osborne, Kansas FOR FINE JOB PRINTING COUNTY ADVERTISING FARMER JOURNAL Osborne, Kansas o o Q r ' Q U i x wslwh' . 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