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Board Of Education
PASTIME.......Going to ballgames
HOBBY. ....... .Working with tools
PASTIME...Whtching sports events
O 0 O O O O O C O U O
PASTIME..Whtching baseball games
W. A. VOSS, geometry teacher and Super-
intendent of schools, received his Bach-
elor of Arts and Bachelor of Science
degrees from Fort Hays Kansas State Col-
lege and his Master of Arts degree from
Colorado State College. His pastime is
reading and hobby is his students.
MARIE DEBEY, English teacher and
librarian, received her Bachelor
of Science degree from Fort Hays
Kansas State College. Has done
additional study with Oklahoma,
Iowa, and Kansas Universities.
Her pastime is tatting and knit-
ting, and hobby is fishing.
LOIS FICKEN, home economics
teacher, received her Bachelor
degree in Science and Homemak-
ing from Kansas State College.
ROBERT BENIGNUS, commerce and
algebra teacher, received his
Bachelor of Science degree from
Kansas State College. His hobby
is hunting and fishing.
ROBERT BARNES, vocational agri-
culture instructor attended the
University of Colorado and re-
ceived his Bachelor of Science
degree from Kansas State Col-
lege. His hobbies are hunting
BERYL DRUMM, coach and health
teacher, received his Bachelor
of Science degree in Physical
Education from Kansas State Col-
lege. His hobby is all sports.
RICHARD BARRETT, music teacher,
received his Bachelor of Music
Education degree from Fort Hays
Kansas State College. His hob-
bies are hunting and fishing
nMake 'em shine, Leon
LEVI GUGE has been our custodian
for the past two years. He has
painted many rooms and has done
lots of repair work besides his
janitor duties. His hobby is
EVERETT YOXALL, a Vocational Agricul-
ture teacher, is the teacher of the
WOn the Farm Trainingu class. He is
a graduate of Kansas State College at
Manhattan. He has taught Vocational
Agriculture at Alton, Woodston, and
WILLIAMS ELECTRIC BROWN INSURANCE
Alton, Kansas Alton, Kansas
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Mixed Chorus ------ l,2,3
Band ----- ------..-1,2
F.H.A.-- ------ --l,2,3
Junior and Senior Plays
NBut we shall miss him'
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Junior and Senior Plays
nSo I'll not marry atall,
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F.H.A. ----- -----1,2,3,u Band------------1,2,3
Officer-----------'3 Glee Club------l,2,3,L
Y-teens-------1,2,3,L Mixed Chorus- ---- l,2,3,L
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Class Officer---1,2,3,h Junior and Senior Plays
NHe must know sumpin,
but don't say nothin'.H
Junior and Senior Plays
UFor he's a jolly good
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Baseball- ------ -l,2,3,L
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Alton Kansas ' ' '
1 Junior and Senior Plays
NI'm just bursting with
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Basketball ----- -l,2,3,L
Junior and Senior Plays
WI'm as corny as Kansas
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0 Class Historq 2515:
As we look at UGrandfather's Clocku, we find that Ulcng, Long,
Agon, in the fall of l9h9 we, then numbering thirteen, came HTranp,
Tramp, Trampin'N, into the halls of Alton High as freshmen. At first
we were NBewilderedH because we were called NGreen Freshien by the
haughty seniors, but we realized that HThere'll Come A Timen, when we,
too, would become dignified seniors.
The freshman year began as a busy one. Our officersg president,
Donald hallaceg vice-president, Patsy Hunterg secretary, Treva West-
fallg treasurer, Donna Millerg student council representative, Elvin
Duerg and sponsor, Mr. Jansen had a HFul Time John.
When HSchoo1 Daysu came the following fall, we welcomed Lova
Hulse, as a new member. Our officersg Darrell Crusha, president, Elvin
Duerg vice-presidentg Treva Westfall, secretary and treasurerg Donald
Wallace , student council representative,and Mrs. Voss, sponsor worked
hard for 'The End Of A Perfect Dayn. Finally the NGood Old Summertime
HThe Long, Long Trail A Windenn, seemed too difficult for Jerry
Boland. Our junior class officers were Darrell Crusha, presidentg Bob
Reeves, vice-president, Treva Westfall, secretary and treasurer, Don-
ald Wallace, student council representativeg and Mrs. Voss, sponsor.
In the HPretty Month Of Mayn we gave our Junior-Senior Banquet.
Our theme was HDiamond Horseshoe Roundupn. Quickly our Junior year
went NSailingH by.
WHail, Hail, The Gang's All Hereu. Yes, with the exception of a
few classmates, Lova Hulse, Donna Miller, Patsy Hunter, and Duane
Snyder, who thought HMy Work Is Donen. We welcomed Bob Gilliland and
Arlene Duff as members. Velma Wilkenson joined us the second semesten
Rapidly the year drew to a close and we all started to talk about the
NGood Old Days Gone Byn.
Our officers areg Darrell Crusha, president: Elvin Duer, vice-
presidentg Treva Westfall, secretary and treasurer, Donald Wallace,
student council representative, and Mr. Voss, sponsor. Mr. Voss
wonderful in helping us with the senior play, graduation exercise,
other class activities.
Finally as HThe Long Day Closesn, May 15, we marched down the
aisles to receive our diplomas, together we had come UThrough The
Yearsn at Alton High. Terre sure that we will never forget the train-
ing that we received and that we
to Alton High. It is time to say
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HFarewell to Theeu as NNow The
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what she likes Found Pastime
Sunflower Ellen Farmer Osborne Sleeping
Half As Much Bob Airline With Dates
Take Me In Velma June Business Osborne Waiting
Your Arms Executive for Girl
Ful Time Job Margaret Auctioneer with Parking
Two to Tango Bob Nurse In Listening
Chevy to Radio
Don't Fence Me Girls Undecided To and Hunting
I'm Yours Ralph Secretary Drug Reading
Ful Time Job Mable Questionable Osborne Running
Keep It A Deryl Housewife With Writing
Secret Deryl Letters
Till I Waltz Deloris Farmer In his Farming
Again with You Chevy
Keep It A Excitement Mechanic Looking Loafing
Secret up Girls
Glow Worm Boys H.D, Agent Home Sewing
It Is No Pete Housewife Study Sewing
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'Y' l953 Class Will We, the Senior Class of 1953 of Alton High School, passing out this
sphere of education, in full possession of well-trained memory and
sound mind, do hereby pledge that this be our last will and testament:
To the faculty, we bequeath nothing, since they have at last con-
vinced us that we need everything we have.
To the Junior--we leave--that ought to make them feel pretty good.
To the sophomores--a mile of rope to help pull through the next two
To the Freshmen-fifty yards of curtain to keep under cover when a
I, Arlene Duff, will my basketball ability to Bob Holloway.
I, Lee Barnt, will my big feet to Carlie Stevens.
I, Wilda Stockbridge, will my cheerleader spot to Margaret Dugan.
I, Elvin Duer, will my ability to get along with teachers to Gary
Eller to be used wisely.
I, Deloris Pratt, will my red hair and freckles to Naomi Holling.
I, Donald Wallace, will my weight to Marilyn Stephenson who can use
it much better than I.
I, Treva Westfall, will my Covert boy friends to Dixie Williams.
I, Bob Reeves, will my curly hair to Jim Burch.
I, Darrell Crusha, will my Osborne girl friend to Billy Cox.
I, Jo Ann Cox, will my blue eyes to Charlene Dugan.
I, Velma Mae Wilkenson, will my American History book to Mary Jo
I, Bob Gilliland, will my ability to tell jokes to Ralph Williams.
I, Ralph Vohs, will my height and ability to play basketball to
We, the Seniors of 1953, leave to our dear Alton High School our
copious tears of farewell.
SARDMAN LUMBHR A COAL COMPANY
Class Prophecq if
This is 1975. You wouldn't recognize Alton anymore. It is now a
thriving metropolis. Alton High School is still a growing concern
with new classes coming and going each year. The class of 1953 has
really gone down in history. It's illustrious members have attained
The statement, nQuality is better than Quantityn, certainly ap-
plies to the members of this class. Bob Reeves has become a minister
and is now serving the Alton E.U.B. Congregation. Bob also told us
that a former classmate, Arlene Duff, is now a missionary in South
Africa. Arlene told us that she had seen a British produced film star-
ing Elvin Duer, the great British movie star. Elvin is happily mar-
ried to his fifth wife, Margaret Dugan, Elvin had said that last
summer as he passed through California he visited the UVohs Fish Can-
neryn, owned and run by the former classmates Ralph Vohs and Deloris
Pratt, strictly on the family basis.
Donald Wallace, is now serving his fifth term as Governor of
Kansas, with a former classmate Jo Ann Cox as his personal secretary.
Marriage plans are in the air.
As we look further into the year we find Professor Crusha now
teaching chemistry at Notre Dame. Professor Crusha is the former
classmate Darrell Crusha of high school days. His eleven sons make up
Notre Dame's football team.
As we look to the north we see the former classmate Lee Barnt, as
proprietor of the NRedwood Lumber Companyn in Canada. Lee told us
that Bob Gilliland now owned a gold mine in Alaska.
Traveling on we view a large nGuinea Pig Experiment stationn head-
ed by the former classmate Wilda Stockbridge, who is now Mrs Daryl Cars
swell. Wilda told us that she had recently heard from Treva Westfall.
She is now a great soprano opera star with the New York Symphony
One more stop and we see Velma Wilkenson as head of the Medicial
Center in Chicago. Velma is happily married to Kenneth Fetterolf.
Last, but by no means least, we view Mr. Voss, our senior class
sponsor, retired for life.
Our crystal ball has revealed this interesting future for each of
Jo Ann Cox
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OUR THREE YEAR STUDENT
Velma Mae Wilkenson
Donald, a tricky lad, is always ready for fun.
Elvin, a happy guy, can never be out done.
Deloris, our red-head, is always full of pep.
Ambitious Arlene is never out of step.
Ralph, our sly lad, is our basketball star.
Bob Reeves, a quiet boy, is really up to par.
JoAnn, a blue-eyed gal, always wears a curl.
Darrell, another athlete, likes an Osborne girl.
Lee, football king, thinks it's the only game.
Clever Velma Mae, had marriage as her aim.
Bob Gilliland, a newcomer, had a story handy.
Wilda, our cheerleader, really in a dandy.
Treva, small and fair, is an intelligent lass.
Mr. Voss, a good sport, sponsors our class.
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BAURA HARDY .... .... DELORIS PRATT
MABEL CANFIELD .... .... ARLENE DUFF
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Camilla Dusenberry. . . . . Talma Jean Mason
Evelyn Buford . . . . . . Margaret Dugan
Winston Buford. . . . . . Bob Holloway
Binnie Buford . . . Mary Jo Peterson
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Osborne, Kansas Osborne, Kansas
FIRST Row-B. Williams, J. Smith, C. cox, J. Duff, w. Gam-em., B.
Cox, SECOND ROW-Mr. Drumm, G. Eller, D. Crusha, R. Vohs, E. Duer,
F. Nichols, P. Kurtz, B. Brent, T. Crusha, W. Hecht, R. Holloway,
D. Holloway, Mr. Voss CD. Dibble in hospitalj
FIRST ROW-B. Williams, R. Williams, C. Cox, W. Garrett, G. Wykoff, J.
Duff, T. Crusha, J. Smith, J. Reeves, SECOND ROW-B. Hecht, D. Crusha,
G. Eller, R. Vohs, Coach Drumm, D. Holloway, F. Nichols, B. Holloway,
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FIRST ROW-D, Pratt, N. Holling, J. Cox, M. Norris, K. Bates, B. Vohs,
V. Dibble, SECOND ROW-Coach Drumm, A. Stanfield, M. Dugan, A. Duff,
T. Westfall, C. Dugan, Mr. Voss, THIRD ROW-A. Stanfield, D. Williams,
M. Dugan, M. Stephenson, B. Yoxall, N. Holloway, M. Swank.
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Yoxall, C. Dugan, M. Peterson, A. Duff, A. Stanfield,
SECGND ROW-A. Stanfield, H, Blagrave, B. Norris, V.
Dibble, N. Holling, W. Stockbridge, M. Dugan, N. Wal-
lace, M. Swank, N. Holloway, THIRD ROW-Mr. Barrett, D.
Williams, B. Vohs, V, Wilkenson, M. Norris, M. Stephen-
son, K. Bates, E. Gregory, T. Mason, J. Cox
FIRST ROW-R. Williams, C. Cox, W. Garrett, T. Crusha, H.
Gilliland, C. Stevens, SECOND ROW-M. Dugan, D. Crusha,
B. Brent, P. Kurtz, G. Eller, B. Holloway, W. Hecht, Mr.
Barrett, THIRD ROW-J. Burch, F. Nichols, D. Holloway
DE FOREST GHOCERY WOOLLEY SERVICE STATION
Osborne, Kansas Osborne, Kansas
FIRST ROW-L. Brent, T. Westfall, J. Burch, D. Delaney, N. Wallace,
F. Nichols, M. Stephenson, SECOND ROW-C. Dugan, N. Holling, B.
Norris, D. Pratt, E. Gregory, P. Kurtz, W. Brent, W. Stockbridge,
D. Paynter, M. Dugan, J. Boland, THIRD ROWLC. Stevens, K. Bates,
D. Williams, M. Norris, B. Brent, G. Eller, C. Williams, R. Poore,
STANDING-Mr. Barrett, A Stanfield, N. Holloway, V. Dibble, J. Cox,
M. Peterson, R. Stevens, K. Earl, M. Dugan, B. Yoxall, A. Stan-
field, D. Holloway.
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FIRST ROWLM. Dugan, D. Pratt, T. Westfall, E. Allen, B. Norris, B. Yoxall,
N. Wallace, C. Dugan, M. Peterson, A. Duff, A. Stanfield, SECOND ROW-H,
Blagrave, A. Stanfield, V. Dibble, N. Holling, V. Wilkenson, M. Norris, E.
Gregory, B. Vohs, W. Stockbridge, K. Bates, M. Dugan, M. Swank, N. Hol-
loway, C. Stevens, THIRD ROW-R. Williams, R. Gilliland, W. Hecht, T. Cru-
sha, W. Garrett, C. Cox, B. Brent, P. Kurtz, M. Stephenson, T. Mason, D.
Williams, J. Cox, F. Nichols, D. Holloway, G. Eller, J. Burch, D. Crusha
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SECOND ROMFD. Crusha, A. Duff, D. Holloway, Miss DeBey.
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FIRST ROW-B. Yoxall, D. Williams, M. Norris, M. Stephenson, K. Bates,
M. Dugan, B. Vohs, SECOND ROW-Mrs. Peterson, E. 'A11en, N. Wallace, W.
Stockbridge, T. Mason, J. Cox, V. Wilkenson, Mrs, Ficken, THIRD ROW-
M. Peterson, B. Norris, M. Dugan, N. Holling, V. Dibble, D. Pratt, T.
Westfall, C. Dugan, FOURTH ROW-M. Swank, N. Holloway, A. Duff, E.
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T. Crusha, J. Smith, B. Cox, SECOND ROWFC. Cox, R. Gill-
iland, W. Garrett, D. Crusha, D. Holloway, E. Duer, D.
Wallace, THIRD ROWLB. Brent, F. Nichols, G. Eller, J.
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W. Stockbridge, M. Dugan, M. Peterson, C. Dugan, SECOND
ROWFA. Stanfield, A. Stanfield, N. Holloway, H. Blagrave,
T. Westfall, N. Holling, N. Wallace, B. vohs, A. Duff, M
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l School opens. Three new teachers and eighteen
freshmen. My! The freshmen are brave this year.
2. F.F.A. held their first meeting. Lots of busi-
ness, boys! Officers will have a hard year.
3. F.H.A. introduced plans to new girls. Do you
want to join? How much will the dues be?
A Dr. Nickell held physical examination for everyh
one-Did you pass-Have you turned in your card?
Elect cheerleaders and class officers.
. Our first movie on WSafetyN. Let's have
movies-Don't have to go to class during them.
9. Junionschoose class rings ---- Everyone had his
picture taken---First P.T.A. meeting this year.
10. Y4teens held their first meeting of the term.
ll. Football practice going strong. No injuries!!!
12. Teachers' receptions by Y.W.C.A.--First uwild-
catn published. No one in trouble--just wait!!
15. Enroll two new students,Arlene and Jay D. Duff.
16. Treva and Freddie went to Hutchinson to the
Fair---A-H gave a skating party for the student
body--Any new couples developing--Wait and see!
17. Norma Jean is chosen Drum Major.
18. Materials for the new shop have begun to arrive.
19. Football--Alton-7--Downs-0. Poor Downs! Coach
Drumm has a big grin---Wonder why--Guess, kids.
20. YFteens give their first program meeting.
23. Hi-y held an election,NWho's the new presidentl
25. Second issue of the Uwildcatn is off the press
HLet me see the scandal page-Is my name on it?N
26. Football again over at Bunkerhill. we won 12
to 7, UOh! Boyln
27. Faculty meeting ---- Wonder who they will have on
the carpet this time?
1. Chapel--Goody, goody, we get out of class for
chapel--Let's have more of these.
2. Band played to greet Gov. Arn. Wilda and Treva
are real politicians.
3. LuraybO and Alton-25. Say, are we going to
town in football!
F.F.A. Leadership Training School in Beloit.
Band went to Kirwin to Old Settlers' Program.
Sophomores entertain Freshmen at a hayrack ride
Benny played in the National F.F.A. Band. Oh,
me, Oh my, I hate six-weeks tests.
Sylvan Grove-12 and Alton-25, that makes four.
Wilda to the Royal Stock Show. My, she goes
alot. Danny broke his leg in football practice
Mr. Barnes attended the National Convention in
F.H.A. gave a party ---- was it for girls only?
Lee has blood-poisoning----what's happening to
our football boys?
Football---the table are turned Lucas 19 and
Up goes the new shop's walls.
The photographer took the seniors pictures and
some group pictures. Poor camera!!!
Band members hear the Navy Band at Beloit. Wish
I could play like that.
What's all the noise, oh, the pianos are being
tuned. F.F.A. have a new pop machine.
Wilson trounced our team with a score of 33 to
6. Too bad, boys. Terry breaks arm.
Why are all the teachers in a hurry? Is it
O.C.T.A. meeting in Osborne?
Say, they're beautiful! That's the junior class
rings that have just arrived.
Faculty party-Did you have lost of good things
30 Juniors start play practice.
31 Logan 5L, Alton O. Who tore up the dressin
rooms, and what did it cost you?
Gee, Whiz! Look at this! The senior proofs
have arrived. Do I look all right? How's my
Election Day-Are you a Republican or Democrat?
Y-teen and F.H.A. give an assembly on United
No school for four days, the teachers are gone I
to state meetings.
8. Band took part in homecoming events at Salina.
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Woodston, Kansas Wbodston, Kansas
lO, Kilroy must have been in Logan----what do the
Alton boys know about it??
ll. Armistice Day, but we gotta have school.
l2. F.H.A. cabinet are posing for pictures today,
they hope to get in the annual.
13. Juniors and Seniors go to Career Day in Osborne.
. Natoma 25 and Alton l3,what's the matter, boys?
17. Assembly conducted by the ministers fr m the
Assembly of God Chruch. Nominate candidates
for Football King and Queen.
18. Dixie, Marie, and Elma Nadine attend the Yeteen
conference in Osborne.
19. F.H.A. and Y-teens enjoy a Thanksgiving dinner.
. Fort Hays Kansas State College present an
assembly program, the music was fine.
21. Junior Play was big success. HQuit Your Kid-
dingn was lost of fun.
2A. Just see it snow! This is a real blizzard.
Still stormy---Postponed the Athletic Banquet.
Weather is better so we will have the banquet
27 Thanksgiving Day, and another vacation. Lots
of fun in the snow.
1. Faculty meeting, wonder what they have on their
minds this time?
2. Why were the freshmen late to classes during'Tth
and 8th hours?
3. More pictures of the F.H.A., say, but it is hani
to get good pictures of those gals.
L. Cheerleaders appear in new costumes,some class,
eh? Maybe we'll have more pep.
5. Freshmen initiation----Just see the shine on
the seniors' shoes,how about the chewing gum??
I've only had three sticks.
8. The annual staff sold ads in Osborne----was a
9, we won three basketball games from Wbodston,
good way to start the season.
10. Staff sold ads in Stockton and Wbodston,we are
doing fine so far.
SOCONY VACUUM OIL-DON HOLLOWAY
What are you getting your mysteryemother for
Natoma took that game, 53 to L3.
Look at that turkey, the school board and
teachers are eating again.
We won this time, Agra LL and Alton L7.
Why is Jay Dee allergic to fences? Does Miss
The F.H.A. and Y-teens had a good time at the
Christmas party at Peterson's.
The band gave a winter concert.
Christmas vacation. Goody!
Vacation is over. Too bad! Mantz changed her
name to Ficken.
The girls organize a pep club. Are we to have
3l. The L-H entertains with an oyster supper as the
old year dies.
l. New Year's Day-School goes on, but gosh, I'm
sleepy--I watched the old year out.
2, Hooray! we beat Luray 33 to 52.
5. Benignus is ill, Mr. Voss is busy teaching all
of his classes, he really makes us work.
6. Downs beat Altonlilllll
7, Say, Arlene are you fond of juniors????T??????
8, Semester tests, Ughl Hope I pass, what will
Dad say if I don't. The teacher just picks on
me all the time.
9. We took Athol to a cleaning! 71 t0 53.
12. New Semester begins--Well, I got by that time.
I'm just lucky.
13 That was too close for comfort, Alton 60, Gay-
Journalism class is sure busy with that annual.
Sure is cold, the stoker is broke- ---- Everyone
is sick with the cold.
Lucky again, we beat Portis L7 to LL.
Blue Monday--more cases of flu.
Inaugration Day--F.H.A. hold a buffet supper.
Football sweaters arrive today, the boys are
really proud of them.
PAINTING-H. A. JOHNSTON HOWE k DUGAN-GROCERIES
Alton, Kansas Osborne, Kansas
22. Snowing again. Ain't it awful, all the snow
we've been gettin.
23. Kirwin slipped one over us this time to the
tune of LL to 37.
26. Kansas Wesleyan presented an assembly program.
Gideons gave us New Testaments. League tourn-
ament started, we beat Portis.
27. Elvin, what were you doing with lipstick on
during American history class???????
28. Who is walking Kay to school at noon??Could it
be Gary E. doesn't know about this?????
29. Tournament again, we beat Agra by four points,
30. Hooray! Hooray! we won the North-South Sol-
o on League Tournament.
2. P.T.A. sponsored a Talent show-We had everyh
thing from the sublime to the ridiculous.
3. Seniors read plays ---- Shall we give a mystery
or ghost play????
L. Where, gh, where is Mr. Voss??? Gee, I'11 be
glad when he gets back!
5. Who scalped John D.?? Does it feel good??????
6. Alton whips Kensington by ll points.
7. F.H.A. went to Gorham, Mary Jo is new District
President. F.F.A, team wins third place in
Albrecht's contest, Elvin is high individual.
9. Mother-Daughter banquet---Everyone got a val-
entine present. What did you get?????
10. Natoma took us down a notch, and beat us 53
ll. That was a good movie- ----- Let's do that more
12. Lincoln's birthday-what about Doug's snows
13. Lucky 13th, we beat Woodston three gmnesagaha
t i ht. .
lu, Diglybu get a valentine???? Gary W. did, and
he liked his cake. L
16 Another Monday--Why was Coach Drumm congratu-
lating Mr. Barnes??????
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26. Y-teen-F.H.A. cabinets had a taffy pull at
We beat Plainville 36 to LO.
18. Seniors chose nThis Ghost Businessn for their
play ---- Bewarellll The ghosts will get youll
19. Mrs. Voss' students give a recital.
20. Dirt and snow all day, but we can beat Gay-
lord anyway, L2-39.
23. Annual staff rush to finish book ------ Seniors
hold try-outs. Do Indians wear glasses??????
2b. Wilda and Margaret shop in Salina---Did you
spend all of your money??
25, Mary Jo to Hays to shop?? was it only a shop
Gregorys'--A few blisters--Lost of fun.
27. Both teams beat Downs--73-L9. Was Downs sur-
prised????? Ask themllll
2. P.T.A.--Faculty meeting-Who shall we send to
the scholarship contests.
3. Snow, snow, and more snow.
L. Kids late to school--Lots of snow on roads--
Tournament postponed one day.
5. Tournament begins today. Who will win??????
6. Alton wins last night. Does Webster have a
good team??? Wait and see??????
7. Finals at the tournament. will Alton havg a
trophy??? Come and watch!!!!!!
9. Y.W.C.A.--Y-teens give program. Public speak.
ing contest at Norton.
10. Student council party--Girl's don't know who
to ask. He's already been asked.
11. Temperance film by W.C.T,U. Y-teen business
meeting. Yearbook completed.
12. Why was Burch and Duff sent from Ag???? Too
13. F.H,A. attended state meeting in Topeka. Mary
Jo serves tea at Governor's mansion.
16. What's this about Marilyn sloping with Wayne?
17. St. Patrick's Day--I forgot to wear something
18. Kay, is it Gary's basketball ability, that you
9. Let's hurry and finish this issue of the paper.
. Why was Naomi applying for a marriage licence?5
Cancer film--Spring begins--Watch out for
spring fever--it is catching.
Gee! but I'm sore, I danced every dance at
the Saturday night party.
Spring concert-grade and high school-good?
Mr. Barrett looks so relieved sin the con-
cert is over.
Why is everyone so sleepy? Going to bed
on time helps!!!!!
Nore spring showers--Ain't it sloppy out?
Why do we have to take so many tests??????
Can't the teachers guess how much we know?
Goshlllll I'm glad it's Friday!!!
HWhat's that on your face?H HApril Foolln
Seniors hold dress rehearsal for play.
Poor rehearsal makes a good play-I hope.
Senior play, HThis Ghost Businessn-full
house--Sure scared the kids, didn't we?
P.T.A. and Faculty meet-The last 6 weeks
F.F.A. banquet-lots of good eats.
Y-teen business meeting--Elect new officers
Everyone in music dept. is practicing for
DISTRICT MUSIC FESTIVAL-GeellI'm jittery,
Y.W.C.A. install officers for next year.
Why was Velma Mae sleeping in English Class
dry subject??????Or late hours?????????
F-H.A. elect officers for next year.
Levi Guge is busy scrubbing.
F.F.A. Contest at Foster Farms at Colby Ex-
Say, Miss DeBey, did the big one get away???
galnf Pain 80 away, come again some other
Nice sunny days---nice for budding romances,
Scholarship contests in Smith Center--Hope
nMay we have a vacation??We studied so hard
for those tests we took yesterdaylliu
27. Senior judging team to Manhattan.
28. What is all this whispering among the senior
girls?9??Deep, dark secret.
29 Oh! Where are the seniors???????????????????
No seniors!lIsn't school nice and quiet?????
1. May Day-Did you get a may basket??
A. Seniors are here again.
5. Jr.-Sr. Banquet-Don't the new formals look
6. Spring is really here-It is so hard to
7. Aren't those seniors dignified as they prac-
tice their marching for commencement.
8. Y-teen business meeting--Elect new Qfficers
10. Baccalaureate services for seniors-everyone
ll. Y.W.C,A.--Tea for senior girls.
12. Reviews-review--Oh, why didn't we study be-
13. Last Y-teen meeting-never missed a single
one this year.
lb. Grade School Commencement---only seven grad-
15. Commencement--Guess I made it, got a diploma
18. All school picnic-Do you think we will sun-
burn this year?
19. Com unity basket dinner---Oh, what alot of
20, Summer vacation- ----- Work and PlayLlGood-bye
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