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To remember our voyage upon the sea of learning and for those
of the future to view the harbors and ports of call that we have
visited, we have kept this log. To Mrs. Miller, the Chief Yeo-
man, who guided us and sailed with us o'er these seas — we
humbly dedicate this volume.
Antnony High School
Our symbolic ship on which we
buccaneers sail to the realms of
Past, Present, and Future. To
preserve, forever, th« treasures
of our voyaqe is tht pu . }S€ of
''Jolly R o a e
3THE CAPTAIN SPEAKS:
"Congratulations to you members of
the Student Body who comprise the
Year Book Committee. Now that your
highly successful work has been
completed you may relax and enjoy
the fruits of your labor."
"To you who have held high the
torch, we again tender our sincere
congratulations for a task well done.
May the pleasure your work will give
others be as great as the energy,
time, talent, and toil you have ex-
Wilmot D. Carr
4Miib Claudine Chamberlain
Miss Helen McCoy
Girls' Physical Education
Pep Club Sponsor
Mr. Carle Dlx
English I, II
Assistant Football Coach
Boys' Physical Education
Miss Natalie Chavey
Mr. Ralph Johnston
Mrs. Lloyd Miller
5Mr. Sanford Ntwion
Ass t Basketball Coach
Miss Emma Jass
Mr. James Price
Student Council 1, 3, Pres. 4; Class Pres.
1. 4; Vice Pres. 2; H -Y 1, 2. 3. 4; Hi-Y
Cabinet 1. Cabinet Vice Pres. 4; Football
4; Basketball 1, 4; Track 1; Intramural
1. 2, 3; All School Play 3; Junior Play 3;
Thespian 3, 4. Vice Pres. 4; Glee Club 3,
4; Booster Editor 4; Jolly Roger Editor 4;
Speech Arts 3, 4; Scholarship Award 3;
Private Pilot—Commercial Pilot student.
Following our banner "Tho Jolly Roger" we,
the Seniors of '48 began our voyage upon the
sea of learning on September the 2nd, 1936.
Although on many occasions our crew was
faced with seemingly unsurpassable obstacles
our course was charted with care and our won-
derful instructors helped us to navigate along
To those that have taken their turn at the helm
and have shown us how to rig our craft and
trim the 3ails a little neater to prepare for our
Journey through life we humbly dedicate this
entry in our log.
7Gene Hoath Cammack
Class Cheer Leader 2; Hi-Y 1, 2. 3; Foot
ball 1. 2. 3. 4: Basketball 1. 2. 3. A; Track
1, 2, 3, 4: Junior Play 3; Band 3, 4; Orch.
3; Glee Club 3, 4; Piano 1. 2, 3. 4. Acc. 1;
Booster 4; Scholarship Award 3.
Hi-Y 1. 2. 3. 4. Pres. 4: Cabinet 3. 4;
Football 2. 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2. 3. 4;
Trade 1. 2, 3. 4: Intramurals 1, 2, 3; Jun-
ior Play 3.
Y-Teen 1, 2, 3. 4. Cabinet, Publicity
Chairman 3; Intramurals 2, 3, 4; Junior
Play 3; Pep Club 1, 4
Student Council 1, 2, 3; Home Room Pres.
1; Band 3, 4; Booster 4; Pep Club 1.
aO 2 .
Dorothy Ana Meyer
Class Sec.-Treas. 1, Cheer Leader 2. 3; In-
tramurals 2, 3; Junior Play 3; Thespian 3,-
4; Band 1, 2. 3, 4: Drum Major 4; Orch.
1. 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1. 2, 3, 4; School
Cheer Leader 3; Pep Club 1; Scholarship
Award 3; Girls Trio 1, 2, 3, 4.
Hl-Y 2, 3, 4, Cabinet Local Chairman 4;
Football 1. 2, 3. 4; Basketball 2. 3. 4.
Track 1, 2, 3, 4; All School Play 3; Junior
Play 3; Thespian 4; Glee Club 3. 4;
Scholarship Award 3.
Student Council 4; Y-Teen 2, 3. 4: Junior
Play 3; Glee Club 2. 3. 4; Booster 4; Jolly
Roger 3. 4; Pep Club 3, 4, Pres. 4.
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Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4: Intramurals 1, 2, 3,
Orch. 1. 2. 3. 4; Glee Club 1. 2. 3. 4.
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Student Council 1, 4: Class Cheer Leader
1; H-Y 1. 2, 3; Football 1. 2, 3. 4; Basket-
ball 1, 2, 3, 4; Trade 1, 2, 3, 4: Intramur-
al 1; Junior Play 3; Glee Club 3, 4;
Booster 4; Jolly Roger 4; Scholarship
• V'V ? «rf e 4
lass Sec. 2. 3; Y-Teen 1. 2. 3. 4. Public-
ity Chairman 4; Intramurals 4; Pep
Vernon W. Whlnery
JJl-Y 3« •’ Track 1; Intramurals 1, 2. 3.
840(1 • 2- 3.' Booster
Scholarship Award 3.
Swiss steak 4- ai: planes
— motor scooter wrecks
X a trumpet -f- executive
ability = "Herk"
Pancakes -f- horseback rid-
ing — eavesdroppers on
privato conversations X
Junior class vie© president
-i- dad trouble — "Nan"
The Junior crew of the 1948 Jolly Roger set her
sails toward the seas of higher learning in tho year
of 1945. Since then many of our crew have aban-
doned her for other ships, but othors have Joined our
crew to help us sail toward our much sought for
treasure, more knowledge.
Since beginning our eventful voyage, we have
Invaded the realms of athletics, music, Hl-Y, Y-teens,
and most important of all, wo havo touched upon the
golden shore of tho Land of Knowledge.
Meat + hair dressing —
tattletale brothers X skat-
ing -5- blondo hair =:
Food + more food —
school X stamps -4- music
Porfumo bottles 4- baked
hams — people who tease
X violin -4- pretty smile
A talent for talking 4-
miniature animals — tardy
people X slacks — an-
nol f w ralro — "Rttrr”
Fruit salad 4- football —
holes in football fields X
dogs -4- a gas truck =
All kinds of talent 4- fish
— women X football +
Junior class secretary =
Mary Ann Dllts
Horses 4- piano — typing
X cherry pie -4- water-
melons = "Malsie"
Cake -f horseraces —
Melvin Smith X fighting
-4- horseback riding =
Basketball 4- blonde hair
— Home Economics X
giggles -4- fried chicken
Baseball 4- pumpkin pie
— talkative people in
shows X square dancing
4- pretty blue eyes =
Robert Freed Rebecca Garrin
Basketball 4- pencils — Pecan ice cream + «
school X ducks 4- cookies squaklng clarinet — a
= "Bob" party line X corny jokes
4- volley ball = "Clemen-
Rum waiers + archery
— explaining X telling
tall tales 4- college boys
Football 4- chocolate cake
— tattletales X ski sweat-
ers -j- studying — "Bob"
Airplanes 4- fried chicken
— cranky teachers X bas-
ketball 4- nice complexion
Motor scooter -f basket-
ball — bubble gum X
fried chicken 4- flirting
Fried chicken + campaign
buttons — peroxide
blondos X football 4-
drawing = "Baldy"
Frosted cokes -f perfume
— Jacky Lear X tennis 4-
belloons = "Harry"
Jo Deen Howe
Pitching horse shoes +
milk — tardy people X
records 4- Y-teen cabinet
Spaghetti 4- tennis — in-
quisitive parents X Hi-Y
cabinet 4- tennis = "Hes-
Interesting books 4- skat-
ing — school lessons X
blue eyes 4- fried chicken
Football 4- kodak pictures
— Beverly Harrison X
talking in class 4- records
Sandwlchos + poetry —
restaurants X basketball
4- work = "Tankio."
Hot dogs + Bernadino
Prouse — giggling girls
X beautllul womon 4-
baskotball = "John."
Swimming + angel food
cake — slow driving X
Y-teen cabinet 4- ability
to get home on time =
Quail -f western novels
— loud talkors X boxing
4- curly hair = "Owen."
Steak + football — abil-
ity to get the milk to town
on time X typing 4- Glee
Club = "Jim."
French frlos + basketball
— wrecks X motor scoot-
ers -5- eating = "Bob."
Library books + cherry
Ke — brothors X small
mps 4- sewing =
Betty Rae Patterson
Cherry pie a-la-mode +
stamp collecting — people
who talk too much X
swimming 4- piano =
Salt and pepper shakers
+ talking during library
periods — people who
read hor letters X intra-
murals 4- shrill screaming
Angol food cake -f- arch-
ery — Betty Ruth's bab-
bling in English class X
teasing girls 4- sharpen-
ing pencils = "Sarah."
Carrots -f- singing — Jor-
sey cows X hunting 4-
swlmmlng = "Smitty."
Fried chicken + basket-
ball — talkative people in
show X cheerleading 4-
undiscovefed talent =
Skating + brown hair —
Jaywalking X fried chicken
4- lessons = "Dodo."
Roast duck + billiards —
ompty gas tanks X hunt-
ing + Ford cars = "Bill"
Softball + odd pipes —
candy wrappers in the
theaters X baked chicken
-4- piano = "Lonnie"
Hunting + shows — work
X black hair + fried
chicken =: "Swafford"
Saxophone 4- horses —
English X fried chicken
-i- pretty teeth = "Colee"
Horses 4- sleeping in class
— Home Economics X
skunk hunting -j- cherry
pie = "Windy"
Ice cream + skating —
working — writing letters
-r- driving a car =
Betty Ruth Velasquez
Foreign money 4- ability
to hit a baseball — people
who call me Rufus X in-
tramurals + horseback rid-
ing = "Character"
Hi-Y cabinet 4- pineapple
— milking cows X foot-
ball -4- teasing girls =
Foreign coins 4- pineapple
— working X volley ball
-j- a merry laugh =
Swimming 4- Virginia Has-
tens — studying X sleep-
ing in Constitution -4- abil-
ity to get to school on
time = "Ray"
Joe Young's steaks 4-
teaching nls dog tricks —
'38 Chewy X student
council -j- basketball =
Livestock 4- motor scooter
—Travis Durr X quiet
personality -i- black halr =
Ice cream 4- earrings —
work X swimming -5- fast
typing — "Bubbles"
First row. I. to r.—Bonnie Frank, Arlene Bettis. Shirlee Gaither. Boo Beo Hedrick, Francos Downing.
Betty Cooper. Kaye Coon, Joyce Doctor.
Second row—Freida Hudgens. Marilyn Button, Janet Coglizer, Patricia Fox, Pat Howard, Kathorine
Hern, Shirley Crooker, Inez Coady.
Third row—Joan Denton. Georgia Hamilton, Francis Hoopes. Danny Donica, Bonny Croft. Frank
Flory. Vernon Angle, Lloyd Cordwell.
Fourth row—Walter Brockenridgo. Victor Hager, Bill Grabham, Travis Durr, Athol Green, Bob Bur-
due. Jim Hilts, Jim Fox.
Jo Warren; Sec.-Tre5
Intra. Mural Drs.
Jean Johnson. Lloyd
The Sophomore Scalawags weighed anchor and
with sails furled set out for another voyage on
the sea of knowledge. Unleashing their sabers
and with the vigor and enthusiasm of true pi-
rates, they raised a flag of victory over their
Outstanding sportsmen in Football, Basketball,
and Track as well as leaders in scholastic hon-
ors, music, dramatics, and two of the school
cheerleaders were members of our crew.
The ship was kept on a steady course by our
three able commanders, Athol Green, Mary Jo
Warren, and Thelma Bailey, and our sponsors,
Natalie Chavey and Roland Snair.
At the end of these voyages, we hope to gain
honor and so prepare to set sail again for anoth-
First row. 1. to r.—Mary Jo Stowart. Lorine Walker. Mary Jo Warren. Phyllis Walker. Wanda Ricker.
Mary Jane Jones. Marilyn Jo Meyer. Shirley Woghemuth.
Second row—Shirley LaPlant, Patsy Price. Joyce Montague, Jo Jean LaPlant, Carole Stout. Martha
Montague. Betty W'alker.
Third row—Jean Johnson, Ann Lytle. Ruth McCanse. Del Randels. Charles Lear, Charles McMichael,
Fourth row—Duane Pulliam. Eddie Mastors. Dean Stackfleth, Jim Murrey. Wayne Whitney, John
Reber, Don Powell.
Not in picture—Thelma Bailey, Monte Gass. Viola Hager.
17Firmi row. I. to r.—Pat Hodson. Nina Crittenden, Joyce Joynor. Virginia Goddard, Judy Eakins. Alma
Chism, Pat Jones. Joyce Hoopes.
Second row—Peggy Jones, Valeria Bevington, Betty Denton, Gerald Barnard, Jim Kastens, Phil
DonJca, Marsh Doctor.
Third row — Dick Downing, Dick Jones. Jack Franklin. Don Gering, Frank Hodson. Phil Elliot, Jack
Denny. Don Albert.
Last row—L. D. Allen. Hal Gates. Bill Galloway, Jim Bassford. Frank Goddard. Gene Byrd. Don
Halbower. Parkor Harrison.
16Class Cheerleaders—Phil Donica. Nancy Staples;
Intramural Drs.. Nina Crittenden. Glenn Tague.
In the fall of '47 the decks of A. H. S. were
ladened with the addition of 67 able bodied sea-
men. The junior Pirates were assembled one
evening in the halls of the Municipal Audito-
rium and were presented with the sword and
sash of the full-fledged buccaneer.
Under the guidance of Midshipman Judy Eakins,
and steered by Miss Helen McCoy and Mr.
Ralph Johnston, the Freshie crew showed prom-
ise in Pirate sports and events, boasting a Car-
nival Queen, and a School Cheerleader.
With their eyes upon the treasure of tomorrow,
the Freshman class of '47, prepares for their
four year journey in the quest of Education.
First row. 1. to r. — Sue Montague. Joyce Ricker. Peggy Meador. Genevieve Patterson, Rita Jo
Second row—Zora Lewis. Gaye Mortimer. Norma Jean Lytle. Alberta McCanse. Evelyn Long. Dar-
lene Scheel. Nancy Staples. Mary Helen Velasquez.
Third row—Ernie Schmidt. Jack Walker. Bessie Miller, Mary Alice Wilson. Melvin Phillips. Verlan
Noal. Jerry Miller, Glenn Tague.
Fourth row—Clydo Moring, Joe Jim Swafford. Durland Miller. Bob Perry. Harold Ryan. Wallace
Martin. Glen Wilson.
Last row—Wayne Long. Larry Maley. Johnny Moore. Bob Templin, Jack Lynam.
While sailing the usually calm. Sea of Know- threat of brewing storm —it is then that the First
ledge, sometimes the air around the good ship Mates are called together to map a course to
"A. H. S." becomes dark with the ominous avoid the oncoming storm.
In our search for the coveted
pieces of eight our ship oft
encounters rival ships. After
a hard fought battle by our pi-
rate teams, everyone goes aft
to the Pirates Den to relax at
dancing, cards, checkers,
ping-pong, billiards, eating or
just plain sitting and talking.
Navigated by the parents of
our crew, the "Den” provides
recreation f o r the youthful
crew of A. H. S.When the Sea of Knowledge is
calm and there is no battle with
a rival ship the male members
of our pirate crew become rest-
less and something is needed to
change their thoughts from those
of emulation to those of doing
good. The H i - Y organization
ably performs this job for our
male crew to co-operate or navi-
gate our ship on a more calm
and peaceful course.
The long voyage to the Land of
Know oft becomes monotonous
for the lady members of our pi-
rate crew, so the Y-Teens were
organized to turn their thoughts
of mutiny toward friendship,
broadening their knowledge of
other ships and crews, and
teaching more co-operation with
other crews to help make our
voyage a more peaceful and
21First row—Dorothy Ann Moyer. Jo Deen Howe. Jean Johnson. Dorothy Joan Halbowor, Shirloy La
Plant, Nancy Staples, Virginia Galloway. Shirley Crooker. Gene Cammack, Virginia Chism. Inez
Coady, Genevieve Patterson. Cecil Crawford, (Director). Second row—Jack Walker. Sue Montague,
Betty Rae Patterson. La Duska Whinery. Joyce Hoopes, Marilyn Button. Vera McCanse. Third row
—Phil Donica, "fcita Jo Lovelady, Pat Howard, Mary Jo Stewart. Janet Coglizer, Rebecca Garvin.
Martha Montague. Georgia Hamilton, Glenn Tague. Fourth row—Parker Harrison, Peggy Meador,
Bill Grabham. Ruth McCanse. Don Powell. Glenn Wilson. Don Gering, Del Randels, William Behr-
mann. Jim Hilts. Fifth row—Alma Chism. Virginia Goddard. Vera Morgan, Evelyn Long, Zora
Lewis, Joyce Doctor, Arlene Bettis. Mary Jo WarTen. Sixth row — Colleen Stouffer. Mary Jones,
Bonnie Frank. Betty Whitney, Bernadine Prouse. Mary Jo Ransom. Seventh row—Danny Donica.
Doan Stackfleth, Mary Velasquez. Donald Halbower, L. D. Allen. Eighth row—Peggy Jones, Jack
Denny. Wallace Martin, Harold Ryan.
Mary Jo Ransom, Dorothy Jean Halbower, and Dorothy Ann
Pat Howard, Betty Rae Patterson, Mary Jo Stewart, and
Glenn Tague, WUliam Bohrmann. and Jim Hilts.'Dwwtaticb
Above are pictured the cast and stage crew of the Senior Class Play "When
Witches Ride." They are left to right, standing: Bill Timmons, Bill Kastens, Don
Collins, Miss Chamberlain, ass't director, Joyce Walker, Claribel Cather, Mary
Jo Ransom, Gene Cammack, Gladys Johnson, Jack Templin, Jo Ellen Stark,
Sandy Newson, Jack Metzker, John Galloway, Pat Price, Mrs. Miller, director.
Seated are, left to right: Margaret Wimmer, Lloyd Hopkins, Donald Osborn, Dor-
othy Jean Halbower, Dorothy Ann Meyer, Bob Couch.
Above are pictured the cast and stage crew of the Junior Class Play "Tattletale."
Standing, left to right: Miss Patterson, ass't director, Sue Coon, Clarice Podschun,
Ralph Meyer, Marian Miller, Jack Lear, Jo Deen Howe, Beverly Harrison, Harry
Halbower, Pat Kastens, Rebecca Garvin, Colleen Stouffer, Bob Ogle, Virginia
Galloway, William Behrman, Betty Rae Patterson, La Duska Whinery, Virginia
Chism, Mrs. Miller, director. Seated, left to right: Bill Starks, Ray Warren, Bill
Warnock, Bill Standrich, Jim Hester, Bob Graves.
Thespians this year are Bob Couch, President (Not pictured) Front row — Virginia Galloway, Jo Doon How©, Gladys
Harry Halbower, Dorothy Joan Halbowor, Jack Motzkor, Bill Johnson, Jo Dion Stark, Dorothy Meyer, Marian Miller, and
Kastens, Donald Osborn, Bob Oglo, Bill Timmons, Ralph Joyce Doctor.
Meyer, Claribel Cather, Rebecca Garvin, and Don Collins.
These represented AHS In SKL Festival, and also District tor, Patty Fox, Marilyn Button, Bob Couch, Carole Stout,
Festival at Wichita. They are from left to right, Joyce Doc- Nancy Staples, and Alma Chism.
27'tyean Md:, Sta
The yeomen of the crew gather to make entries in the log. The scribe, Jo
Ellen Stark, takes notes from The Mate, Jack Metzker, as second mates
Timmons and Couch review previous entries.
"The Midnight Ghost" entertained fellow
crew members as villains were discovered
among our midst. "Derby" Parkerson later
applied for the position as ship's detective.
He knew everything — except how to keep
his moustache from tickling his nose.
Anlhony, Kansu Novimbtr 24, 1947
RATES DEFEND LEA
RICAN jC Of r HOS
EEK I FOOTBALL
w1 - tf«tS ' »i e ;;r
c«c on «" £
Sanford H. Newsom
Ass't Coach—Football, Track
Football Schedule Basketball Schedule
Opponents Anthony Opponents Anthony
Attica 0 Kingman 20 23
Pratt 0 Oxford 34 35
Oxford 0 Medicine Lodge 32 18
Medicine Lodge 14 •Pratt 37 36
Caldwell 6 Kiowa 28 36
Kiowa 30 •Planeview 53
Winfield 6 6 27 52
Kingman 13 Attica 24 72
32 6 38 36
Harper 20 •Oxford 47 32
Medicine Lodge 52 41
Kiowa 36 46
Caldwell 49 51
•Pratt 26 37
•Planeriew 36 64
Anthony 32 Andale 37
Ass't Coach—Football, Basketball
30S. K. A.
Flr t row—Ray Thomas, Bill Kastens. Captain Bill Timmons, Jack Templin. and Dean Schmidt.
Second row—Jim Hester, Dale Parkorson, Travis Durr, Bob Couch, Howard Kastens. and Jim Hilts.
Third row—Keith Williams, Vernon Angle, Gene Cammack. Jim Fox. Melvin Smith, and Jack Lear.
Fourth row—Donald Osborn, Jim Moore, Dwight Hoopes, Danny Donica, Athol Green, and Jack
Filth row—Walter Underwood. Victor Hagor, and Dale Cordwell.
31 7fold Squad
Fir»t row—Donald Halbower, Dick Hamilton. Del Randols, Harry Halbowor, Jack Franklin, and Jim
Second row—Dick Downing, Bob Templin. Francis Hoopes, Bob Graves, Duane Pulliam. Frank
Goddard and Parker Harrison.
Third row—Coach Oscar Schaaf, Clyde Moring, Frank Hodson, Jerry Miller, Johnny Moore, Ernie
Schmidt, Jim Kastens, Larry Maloy, and Glen Wilson.
Pirates sewing up TURKEY DAY GAME on local gridiron.
32Front row—Walter Underwood, Jim Hilts, Jack Templin, Keith Williams, Ray Thomas. Duano Pulliam.
Second row — Jim Hester, Dean-Schmidt, Dwight Hoopes, Ray Warren, Howard Kastens, Athol
Green, Ass't Coach "Sandy" Newsom, and Coach Carle Dix.
Back row—Ass't Coach Oscar Schaaf, Bob Ogle. Harry Halbower, Hal Gene Gates, Bill Galloway.
Francis Hoopes, Danny Donica, and Bob Burduo.
Second Team Tournament Winners receive the coveted prize from Supt. Carr after the contest.-
Incidentally is Dwight Hoopes blushing again?
J. Hilt —F
Back row, left to right — Coach Sandy Newsom, Walter
Breckenridge, Athol Green, Gone Cammack, Keith Williams,
Jack Templin, Bill Timmons, and Coach Carle Dix.
Middle row—Dick Hamilton, Lyle Rousseau, Dalo Parkorson,
Don Osborn, Walter Underwood, Howard Kastens, Jim Kas-
tens, Frank Goddard, and Dick Downing.
Front row—Dean Schmidt. Dwight Hoopes, Dale Cordwell,
Jack Lynam, Danny Donica, Ray Warron, Bob Templin,
Johnny Moore, and Travis Durr.
Trophies shown here represent
wins at Hutchinson, Anthony Re-
lays, Sterling, Kiowa SKL, and
Plaques from Hutchinson Relays.Anthony's half-mile relay team alter winning that event in the Anthony Relays. Left to right:
W. Underwood. J. Templin, T. Durr, and D. Hoopes.Here are the four queen candidates and their
attendants from each class. On the top row,
left to right, are the attendants. Colleen Stouffer,
Junior — Pat Fox, Sophomore — Judy Eakins,
Freshman— Dorothy Meyer, Senior. On the
bottom row, left to right, are the Queen candi-
dates for each class. Virginia Kastens, Junior-
Jo Ellen Stark. Sophomore—Jean Bailey, Fresh-
man—Bernadlne Prouse, Senior.
Our relay Queen for 1948 was Jo Ellen Stark.
She is shown here with her attendants and the
Sophomore class president, whose class won
the ticket sale. Left to right are: Virginia Kas-
tens, Bemadine Prouse, Jean Bailey, Pat Fox,
the Sophomore Maid of Honor, Jo Ellen Stark,
Queen, and Athol Green, President of the Soph-
Boy ' Tenni Squad, left to right: Glenn Tague, Francl Instructor. Don Halbower. Phil Donlca, Jim Hilt . Dean Stack-
Hoopes, Jim Griswold, Duano Pulliam, Bob Ogle. Mr. Schaaf, fleth, and Bob Burdue.
Girl ' Tennis Squad, left to right: Vera McCanse, Marian Coon, Beverly Harrison, and Clarice Podschun.
Miller, Judy Eakins, Mary Jo Warren, Teresa Smithhisler. Sue
Front row, loft to right: Morton, Hager. Fox, P. L. Price, Hodson, V. Stark, P. Jones, Brown, Hockett:
Second row: Crittenden. School, Wilson, T. Bailey, K. Coon, Davis, Wimmer, M. Miller. Hem, War-
ren, J. Bailey.
Third row: Eakins, Sec.-Treasurer. P. Price. Pros.. McCoy, Sponsor. Stout, B. Walker. Hudgens.
Mortimer, B. Denton, Bevington, Truby, Harrison, Waldschmidt, J. Denton.
Fourth row: A. McCanse. J. Lytle, B. Miller. W. Ricker, G. Johnson, J. Ricker. Staples. Smithhisler.
Doctor, S. Coon. C. Podschun.
39fir. - Sr.
Jungle Land, May I, 1948
40Senior Bus Trip!That Pepsodent a mile!194% Society
Bill Kastens, Claribel Cath-
er, Joyce Walker. Jo Ellen
Stark, Dorothy Ann Meyer,
Gladys Johnson.1. Maori Chorus Girls —— Hm-m-mm!!
2. Hi-Y Bus Boys for Mother-Daughter
Banquet. 3. Bride and Groom at Y-teen
Kodak Party. 4. Civilization? I'll stay
right here. 5. Saturday Night In Central
Park. 6. Dancing in the Dark. 7. A
glimpse of the Y-teens and their moth-
1. And wo did! 2. Christ-
mas Party. (A (tor.) 3.
Froshies try 'om lor size.
4. Coaches Coquetries with
McCoy calling the signals.
5. Places of honor at Y-
teen Banquet. 6. Queon of
the Carnival, pretty Virgin-
ia G. 7. Monte Gass, the
big game hunter. (Not
Bad!) 8. Digger puts Rita
Io, Freshie. through the
461. As others see you. 2.
Glamour Boy Pulliam. 3.
Kiddles Day with !o Ellen
3. and Claribel C. 4.
Spring Courtship. 5. To be
or not to be. 6. Getting no-
where fast. 7. Made for
each other. 8. Spring's gift
to AHS. 9. Steadies Shir-
ley C. and Ilm H. 10. Urn-
m-m-m. Um-m-m-m! 11.
Minnie Pearl, alias lo Deen
H. 12. Winter Fun at the
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