Anthony High School - Jolly Roger Yearbook (Anthony, KS)

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To be a log inwhich to preserve your memories of the eventful voyage is the purpose of this The 1949 JOLLY ROGER 3 'Kem uperinfenclenf 2 e5 Mage Congratulat1ons aga1n to you forward 1ook1ng students who have taken on the Job of pubhshmg a yearbook Tune cannot dlm not w11l the passage ofyears tarmsh the lustre of your work When memory calls you to look back to these golden days may your thoughts be cheered w1th the memor1es of the work you have so nobly done and the happy assoclatlons you have formed as a result of your labors Congratulatmns and good luck W11mot D Carr MUNI! of 66!lftC6L ll0lfl SEATED S Jack Staples Emma Jess Clerk KennethB Foster Pres1dent Kenneth Dusen bury V1ce Presldent Wllmot D Carr Supermtendent STANDING Clarence E Hoopes Homer Cather H H Halbower .742 jadflky MR. HAROLD H. WILLIAMS Principal, Sociology, Constitution, International Relations Speech MISS MILDRED PRUETT Typing JOLLY ROGER Sponsor Freshman Sponsor MR SANFORD NEWSOM American History World History Football Coach Track Coach Assist ant Basketball Coach Boys Physical Education Sophomore Sponsor MISS R UT H DURHAM Library MR CARLE DIX English I II Journalism Basketball Coach Ass1stantTrackCoach Assist ant Football Coach Boys Physical Education Junior Sponsor MISS NATALIE CHAVEY General Science Biology Chemistry Sophomore Sponsor MR RALPH JOHNSTON Industrial Arts Mechanical Drawing Intramurals Freshman Sponsor infix, 5' s 'HUB K. Emi "leg, -fqv' CN, ,Q T'-u 'K We m M f-mann-i MISS EMILY PATTERSON Home Economlcs Sen1or Sponsor MR DICK TRIGG Algebra Geometry Advanced Mathe mat1cs Phys1cs Asslstant Football Coach Asslstant Basketball Coach H1 Y Sponsor Senlor Sponsor MISS BETTY UERKVITZ G1r1s Phys1calEducat1on Intramurals Pep Club Sponsor Semor Sponsor MISS EMMA JESS Off1C8 Secretary MISS CLAUDINE CHAMBERLAIN Bookkeeplng Shorthand General Mathemat1cs Econonucs Y Teen Sponsor .Tumor Sponsor MISS MARGARET SEABOCH Enghsh III IV Engl1shV VI Drama tlcs Thesp1an Club Sponsor MRS A E WALKER School Nurse NIR JAMES PRICE Custodlan MR DAVID MC GUIRE Band Orchestra Boys Glee Club Girls Glee Club Mixed Chorus el'lLOl':f NANCY TRUBY Y Teenl Z Y TeenCab1net3 4 Student Coun C114 Class Secretary 1 4 Class VICC Pres1 dent 3 G1rls Intramurals l 2 3 4 Pep Club 3 4 Spec1al Mus1c 3 YearbookStaffZ 3 Ed1tor 4 Booster Feature Ed1tor 4 WILLIAM BEHRMANN Transferred from Bluff Clty Z H1 Y Z 3 4 H1 Y V1ce Pres1dent4 Iumor Play 3 Sen1or Play 4 Thesplans 4 Glee Club 4 Yearbook Staff 3 4 Band Z 3 4 Orchestra 2 3 Spec1al MUSIC 2 3 4 .TIM PATTERSON Transferred fromBluffC1ty3 H1 Y3 4 Class V1ce Pres1dent4 Boys Intramurals 3 4 Foot ball 4 Basketball3 Track 4 Booster Asslst ant Bus1ness Manager 4 DONA ALBERT Y Teen 2 3 4 Student Counc1l 4 Booster ARTHUR BROWNING 4 Semor Play 4 Boys Intramurals 3 Thesp1ans 4 Glee Club 4 Booster Staff Speech Arts 4 VIRGINIA CHISM Y Teen I Z 3 4 .Tunlor Play 3 Senlor Play 4 GITIS Intramurals Z 3 4 Thespuans 4 Glee Club 1 3 4 Booster 4 Band 3 4 Orchestra 1 Z 3 Spec1al Mus1c l 2 3 4 BARBARA COOPER Transferred from W1Ch1t3 North 4 Y Teen I4 G1rls Intramurals 14 Booster 4 Pep Club 1 4 DONNA COOPER Transferred from W1ch1ta North 4 Y Teen 14 GIIIS Intramurals 14 Booster 4 Pep Club l 4 .TACK CRITTENDEN H1 Y l Z 3 4 Boys Intramuralsl 2 3 4 Foot ball I Basketball l Track l 2 Glee Club 1 Z I - 1 1 - ' 1 : - ' 5 1 5 ' I ' 1 . , 1 s 1 1 1 s ' ' 1 1 , ' : - ' - l " a x .- . . 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Student Councxl 3 Class V1ce Pres1clent l Class Pres1dent 3 Boys Intramurals l 4 Football 2 3 4 Basketball 3 Track Z 4 Tenn1s 3 Thesplans 3 4 Glee Club 2 3 Yearbook Ass1stant Edxtor 4 Band 1 Orchestra 1 Spec1alMus1c 1 Z 3 DICK HAMILTON H1 Yl 2 3 4 Boys Intramurals 1 Z 3 4 Foot ball3 4 Basketballl Z 3 Trackl 2 3 Booster FRANK HANELY H Yl Boys Intramurals 1234 Student Intramural Dlrector 4 Booster 4 BEVERLY HARRISON Y Teen l 2 3 Y Teen Cabmet 4 .Tumor Play Glee Club 1 Z 3 4 Booster Feature Edltor 4 Yearbook Bus1ness Manager 4 Pep Club 3 4 Spec1alMus1c Z 4 JIM HESTER H1 YI H1 Y Cab1netZ 3 Jun1orPlay3 Semor Play 4 Class VICE Pres1dent Z Boys Intra murals4 Footballl Z 3 4 Basketball3 Track 1 3 Tenn1s Z 4 Thesp1an 4 Glee Club Z 3 4 Yearbook Staff 3 4 Speech Arts 4 Spec1al Mus1c Z 3 4 .TO DEEN HOWE Y Teen 12 Y Teen Treasurer 3 Y Teen Cab1net4 J'un1orP1ay3 Semor Play 4 Student Counc1l4 Grrls Intramurals 13 Thesplans 3 Thesp1ans Presldent 4 Glee Club 1 2 Booster Ed1tor4 Band 2 3 4 Orchestra PAT KASTENS .Tumor Play 3 Glrls Intramurals Z Glee Club l 2 3 Booster 4 Pep Club 1 Z PAT KISER Y Teen 1 Z 3 4 Girls Intramurals 3 4 Pep Club 4 n' 1 1 ' 1 1 v . 3 5 . , , I , - .- , 1 2 .- . , 5 . Q ' , 9 - : . S . W . S ' 1 ' . 9 , , 1 5 , 9 ' 9 ' . 3 , 5 ' - ' 5 1 1 , , . " n 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 3 ' 1 S 1 y 9 1 , I 4. i' 1 ' 1 1 1 1 , . - , , 5 - ' 5 ' 3g Senior Play 4g Girls' Intramurals 1,Z,3,4g , , , s ' s ' 9 , 1 , . .- 5 .- . , Q . 3 . 9 . - . 3 - 5 , , , I Z , s ' , 1 ' : , , s , 9 9 ' , , . - 1 ' T . Z . S . 3 . S . , , 2 . 2 ' ' I , ,3,4g ' 9 , , g 2. . Q . , 9 , f S 1 , . ' . 1 1 1 2 . ' I 1 9 'Ds 3- if Nu- 18-86- 5 .Q-ii Q' -5 97' fi' W av' fp- 42 M.,-' if JACK LEAR H1 Y l Z 3 4 Jumor Play 3 Sen1or 4 Boys Intramural l 2 3 4 Football 1 Z 3 4 Basket ball 1 Z Track l Z Glee Club 1 2 3 HAZEL LONGLAND Y Teen l 2 3 4 Booster Staff 4 JOHN MC KEE H1 Y 1 Z Boys Intramural 1 Z 3 4 Booster Staff 4 RALPH MEYER H1 Y 1 2 JUHIOI' Play 3 Sen1or Play 4 Boys Intramurals 1 Z 3 4 Student Intramural D1rec tor 2 Football l Thesp1an 4 Glee Club 1 Z Booster Staff 4 Band 1 MARIAN MILLER Y Teens l Z 3 4 Y Teen Cab1net Z 3 Iumor Play 3 All School Play 2 Student Counc1l 1 Z Class Pres1dentl G1rls Student Intra mural D1rector 2. G1rls Intramurals 1 Z 3 4 Thesp1ans 3 4 Thesp1ans VICE Pres1dent4 Glee Club 1 2 3 4 Booster Staff 4 Yearbook Staff 3 4 Orchestral Z Pep Club 3 4 Spec1al MUSIC l 2 3 4 BOB OGLE H1 Y Z Iumor Play3 Boys Intramurals Z 3 4 Basketball 3 Tenn1s 2 3 4 Thesp1ans 3 4 BETTY RAE PATTERSON Y Teen 1 Z 3 4 .Tumor Play 3 Glee Clubl Booster Staff 4 Band l 2 3 4 Orchestra l Z 3 Spec1al MUSIC 3 4 PHYLLIS PERRY Y Teen Z 3 4 Booster Staff 4 Pep Club 4 CLARICE PODSCHUN Y Teen 1 Z 3 4 J'un1or Play 3 G1rls Intra mural D1rector 3 4 Booster Staff 4 Pep Club 10 VELDORA PODSCHUN Y-Teen l,Z,3,4g Girls' Intramurals 4g Pep Club 4. LYLE ROUSSEAU Hi-Y l Z 3' Hi YCabinet 4' Boys Intramurals 1 2 3 4' Track 3' Glee Club 1' Yearbook 4 MONA JEAN ROUSSEAU Y Teen l Z 3 4 G1rls Intramurals 1 Z 3 4 Glee Club 1 Z Pep Club l 2 4 MELVIN SMITH fNot Ava1lable For P1ctureJ H1 Yl Z 4 Footballl Z 3 Basketba1l4 Track 1 Z Glee Club l Z 3 TERESA SMITHHISLER Student Counc1lZ 3 G1rls Intramuralsl 2 3 4 Yearbook Staff 3 4 Pep Club l 2 3 4 C1355 Cheerleader 1 Z 3 4 School Cheerleader 2 3 BILLY LEE STANDRICH H1 Y l 4 .Tumor Play 3 BILL G STARKS H1 Y l Z .Tun1or Play 3 Boys Intramurals 1 Z 3 4 Band l Z 3 4 COLLEEN STOUFFER Y Teen l Z 3 4 .Tun1or Play 3 G1rls Intra murals1Z34 BandlZ34 BOB SWAFFORD H1 Y 1 Z Booster 4 IEANNE THOMAS Y Teen 1 2 3 4 G1rls Intramurals 1 2 3 4 G1rls Student Intramurals D1rector 4 Glee Club 1 2 3 Pep Club 4 Speczal Mus1c Z 3 ll 192 H0-' 49-1- ! eg ' Ek "x N 'Cu- '55 'Vs 'Xs- 42"-"" fi surf "1-uv 17' 6882: Hhs' WALTER UNDERWOOD H1 Y l 2 3 H1 Y Pres1dent 4 Student Counc1l 4 Football 1 Z 3 4 Basketball 1 Z 3 4 Track l Z 3 4 Glee Club 1 2 3 Booster 4 BETTY VELASQUEZ Y Teen l Z 3 4 G1r1s Intramurals l Z 3 4 G1rls Student Intramural D1rector 3 Pep Club 2 3 4 Pep Club Secretary Treasurer 4 .TENNIE WALDSCHMIDT Y Teen 1 2 3 4 All School Play Z Glee Club 1 2 3 4 Pep Club3 4 Pep Club V1ce Pres1dent BILL WARNOCK H1 Y 12 4 .Tumor Play 3 Sen1or Play 4 Student Counc1l l 2 3 4 Class Pres1dent Class V1ce Pres1dent 3 Class Intramural D1rector 4 Student Intramural D1rector Glee Clubl 2 3 Booster Bus1ness Manager 4 RAY WARREN H1 Y 1 Z Junlor Play 3 Football l 2. Basket ball 1 Z 3 Track 1 2 3 4 Glee Club 1 Z HERBERT L WILCOX H Y l Z 3 4 KEITH WILLIAMS H1 Yl Z 3 StudentCounc1l4 Class Secretary Treasurer 3 Footballl Z 3 4 Basketball 1 Z 3 4 Track 1 Z 3 4 Booster 4 Class Cheer leaders 1 LA DUSKA WHINERY Y Teen l Z 3 4 .Turuor Play 3 Glrls Intra murals 1 Z 3 4 Glee Clubl Z Yearbook Staff 4 Band 1 2 3 Orchestra 1 2 3 Pep Club4 Spec1al MUSIC l 2 3 BETTY WHITNEY een 1 Z 3 4 Glee Club 3 Band l Z Orchestra 1 2 3 Pep Club 3 4 Spec1al Mus1c TOM WOODY H1 Y 1 2 4 Sen1or Play 4 Student Counc1l 3 Boys Intramurals 1 Z 3 4 Football 1 2 3 Basketball l,2, Track 1,2, TEDHIS 4, Booster 4, Glee Club 3, Class Cheerleader l,4. 12 lfll'll0l"15 ATHOL GREEN, President "I don't think I'm conceited, but I know a good-looking girl when I see one." JIM HILTS, Vice President "He's just the cutest little feller you ever saw." FREIDA HUDGENS, Secretary "We would not have her otherwise." VERNON ANGLE "Blessings on thee, little man." PATRICIA ARMSTRONG "She thinks twice before she speaks, and generally says nothing ' TI-IELMA BAILEY Object fmatrimony attained ARLENE BETTIS Ruffff' MAUREEN BONHAM Friends she has on every side but her best friend s a man BOB BURDUE Underneath his curly head lies great ambition tis often said 5 F -'N 'L MARILYN BUTTON Washington or bust' EDWARD BYRD My mother calls me Sonny because I m so bright INEZ COADY Thinking IS but idle waste of time TN sp...- sf 'T' FY- 13 JANET COGLIZER "When love and duty clash, let duty go to smash." KAYE COON "This dolly doesn't say 'Mama' when you squeeze her. " BETTE COOPER "I have resolved to grow tall and be a brunette." LLOYD CORDWELL "I may be short, but ifI had a prop strong enough and a lever long enough, Imightjolt this old world." BENNY CROFT, Intramural Director 'I detest silence SHIRLEY CROOKER Tried and true HARRIETT CROSSMAN She has a heart but for one man JOAN DENTON She has a heart as sound as a bell and her tongue is the clapper JOYCE DOCTOR Amen aw men Ah' Men' DANNY DONICA I dont care what happens just so it doesn t happen to me FRANCES DOWNING Oh would I were free as the wind on the Love is a terrible thing TRAVIS DURR Pa I wanna learn to smoke PATRICIA FOX Brown are her eyes as the berry that grows by the wayside GAG. " wa.--r 14 BONNIE FRANK Such a rxuxture we ne er have seen SHIRLEE GAITHER F11rtac1ous but refrned MONTE GASS A l1ttle nonsense now and then 1s rehshed by the best of men HAL GATES Love 1S an obsolete word to me BILL GRABHAM Better late than never VICTOR HAGER He dabbles IH eve rythmg from athletlcs to love except studles VIOLA HAGER I am not 1n the roll of common glrls GEORGIA HAMILTON Benny Goodman s rrval HARLIN HENLINE Qulet unassumlng and guaranteed harmless KATHRINE HERN You can manufacture blondes but my red halr comes natural FR ANC IS HOOPES She sa1d she loves blrds andI ve been t01dI m a l1ttle cuckoo PATRICIA HOWARD Men may come and men may go but I go forever JEAN JOHNSON She would talk ye gods how she would talk! '1 fs. i X 'ES' Qfi. ,"f'!7 'rt I 5' ' 15 if -E' fix 1 V1 ff 513, 3 ei- ns. 'tx fm, U N bb If H-fx FB MARY JANE JONES Boys are a luxury but I tlunk I ll get one SHIRLEY LA PLANT Here I am you lucky people CHARLES LEAR I d lxke to know a httle b1t about everythmg lf It wasn t so much trouble ANN LYTLE What s love w1thout another? RUTH MC CANSE I never whlsper 1n study hall CHARLES MC MICHAEL I have a Rye Kr1sp walst lme MARILYN MEYER Boys don t mterest me JOYCE MONTAGUE If I am not great I am what I am ARTHA MONTAGUE I rn not sleepy just tlred BOB MOWRY H15 bark IS worse than h1s b1te JIMMIE MURREY Not especmally romantxc but rxnght be moved on a moonhght spmng nlght DONALD POWELL Study1ng would k111 me 1f I let It DUANE PULLIAM I am very fond of the company of ladies 4: t-.. X 16 DEL RANDELS "He who investigates is a learned man." JOHN REBER "Silence is golden." WANDA RICKER "Strong as the Rock of Gibraltar." BOB SHARP "Red hair signifies temper, but I'rn as meek as a lamb." DEAN STACKFLETH ' Wonder what I was begun for--I didn t seem to get very far MARY .TO STEWART And Fr1day was the best of all CAROLE STOUT All famous people are dead Am I slck' BETTY WALKER D1d you ever know her to be 1n a bad mood? LORINE WALKER She IS pass1ng through school wlthout creatlng any dzsturbance PHYLLIS WALKER She says all she knows and then raves on MARY JO WARREN Never trust a man NORMAN WHEALY Good people d1e young I should l1ve to be at least one hundred years old SHIRLEY WOHLGEMUTI-I Sunflower from a sunflower state CHAR LES WOOD Not Plctured 'Dx 'F f Y lf ml, he 'Q' M Phe 17 0 0,9 0l'l'l0I'e5 N 'vii- Y ' The year of 1948 49 flnds our now full fledged Plrates on the second deck of the good shxp A H S The sh1p was kept on a steady course by three able commanders Admlral Ph1l Doruca Vlce Admlral Freddle Morton Rear Adnnral Glenn Tague The crew obtamed great honors ln all sports and 5 J' act1v1t1es When the course was rugged the two captams Mlss Natahe Chavey and Mr Sanford U4 QSandyj Newsom were always on hand to take charge M' Wlth thelr eyes toward the future our Plrates are looklng forward to hxgher better results and achlevements to be found beyond the hor1zon - U C6 'IN FIRST ROW, Left to R1ght Zora Lew1s, Joyce Joyner, Alma Chzsm, Pat Jones, Joyce Hoopes SECOND ROW N1na Crlttenden, Valerla Bevmgton, Pat Hodson, Betty Denton, Judy Eaklns V1rg1n1a Goddard, Peggy Jones. THIRD ROW Delton Flessner, Frank Hodson, Phll Donmca Jlm Bassford, B111 Galloway, J1m Kastens, Marsh Doctor. FOURTH ROW Gerald Barnard Don Ger1ng, Dlck Dowmng, Frank Goddard, Phll Elhot FIFTH ROW Gayle Honey, Don Albert Jack Denny, Parker Harr1son, Don Halbower, Gerald Cullop. NOT PICTURED Dee Hatf1eld Wayne Long, Jack Lynam, Glenn Tague, Wayne Whltney. 18 ,. ' . -I A " , N . 3, .+' F - as F' ,I "X-Mi' " . 4 . '.' ev -. Q .3 yy A . b my .V ,I ' 4 X V4 rf, . .1 , fm' - . ' - - - , 53:5 I '55 . . . . . ' ', fc. 1 . f 1 1 Y 1' 3" . . - :LH ' 2 ef ' ' kg 'I' J . . V K kj, N - . . . fif q. Els, ' In . 1 - 'mf' it v 4-' v . 1 4 - A. ' I ,xg p n thx.,--, ' A ' - , - I Q:,.,,1fg, ,Mgr V 1 . . ,u'e'v.. ' J 'I A ' 7 r f ff,-,-gsm, 4 -f. Y I f Q . . ' ,v.'fJil.', 2.2 at ., ' V . -. ..-.- .... ,... A , ' . N H W . 1 f 'va' ' N fx f' I A V A 5 -Q ' 5 ' ,,,x Q ' r , 3 3 ,. , A ' Q ' f 'A , -P ' 52,0 0l'I'l0I'ed Offlcers of the Sophomore shlpmates converslng on the bow ofP1rate Sh1p A H S are Intramural D1r Harold Ryan Class Cheerleader Johnny Moore Pres Ph1lDon1ca Vlce Pres Freddle Morton Sec Treas Glenn Tague Class Cheerleader Nancy Staples Intramural D1r Judy Eaklns T FIRST ROW LefttoR1ght MaryAl1ce W11son V1rg1n1a Stark Freddle Morton Sue Montague Dulcema Tower SECOND ROW Joyce Rlcker Genev1eve Patterson Norma Lytle Rxta Jo Lovelady Darlene Scheel THIRD ROW Norma Jean Dav1s Alberta McCanse Evelyn Long Nancy Staples Peggy Meador Mary Helen Valasquez FOURTH ROW Clyde Mor1ng Erme Schmldt Jerry M1ller Gaye Mortlmer Verlan Neal Bob Perry FIFTH ROW Durland Mlller Jack Walker Harold Ryan Daryl McCoy Sandy Newsom Sponsorj Johnny Moore Mlss Natahe Chavey Sponsor Bob Temphn Melvrn Phllhps 19 . . . o 9 -i I ' I . , . v ' I 1 1 5 A--5 , . ' ' ,' f . - . K, . I 4, -4 My ,F tg, g ,, Q I fl 'un , T I" W . 7 - 1 .. or .3 6 .. , . i A 1 "rf X M , , AA I , ,U M. ,xv Q , ,. ,Nr V 1 if . :V+ -. 'Trl .--V I I j, A 4 KL ' ' i"'l fn' l- V, I Off. '. ' i . N A, A , I I I l I I - 3 x 1 , I ' : I I I I I ' : I I I I I 0 : 9 I 1 J I 1 1 6 D, , n . . . jI'Q:fAl'l'LQI'l Sixty-four capable Seamen Recruits boarded Pirate Ship A. H. S. on September 7, 1948, for a long-anticipated adventure. Higher officers, from Searnen First Class to Adrnirals, initiated them for their first voyage with such stunts as the one pictured at the right. The challenging buccaneers weighed anchor on a voyage which included not only academic studies, but also such activities as Hi-Y, Y-Teens, athletics, dramatics, and music. While the Seamen Recruits feel that their first voyage on the good ship A. H. S. has been one of struggle, the voyage has also been one of accomplishments. Class officers fat leftj are PatsyMoyer, Intramural Director, .lean Gaither, Class Cheerleader, Robert Hudgens, Secretary-Treasurer, Jerry Laird, Class Cheerleader, Bill Lear, Vice-President, Larry Patter- son, President, and fnot in picturej Dwight Hatfield, Q Intramural Director. 1, V .t 'f:""' m -YJ jp-X 5 FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Gary Henderson, Marvin Grandstaff, Le Vonne Allen, Shirley Armstrong, Wanda Holt, Frances Jones, Lois Hamilton. SECOND ROW: .Toe Hopkins, Walter Asper, Glenn Hoopes, Peggy Babcock, Eula Armstrong, Vada McClellan, Connie Hayter. THIRD ROW: .Tack Bevington, Floyd Mardis, Jewell Duvall, Phyllis Browning, .Toyce Bonham, Susie Fox, Benida Lear. BACK ROW: Bill Lear, Marilyn Longland, .Terry Laird, Jean Gaither, Roberta Hudgens, Clarice'Bowerdock, Christine Christiansen. NOT PICTURED: Lilburn Durr, Dwight Hatfield, Albert McCanse, Early Meeks, Don E. Parkerson, Robert Patterson. A zo P85 l'YlQl'l '44 rin-nl 'K 5' Q- Q .mm al: FRONT ROW Left to R1ght Mlss M1ldred Pruett Sponsor Dean Wohlgemuth Bob Whealy Bllly Wmlson R1chard Standr1ch Jackson Todd Martha Wallace .Toyce Turrentme Patsy Moyer Myrtle Raberd1ng SECOND ROW Jack Sechler B111 Swmson Proc Randels L1nda Woody Ann Walker Patty Mltchell Wanda Turner Mr Ralph O Johnston Sponsor? THIRD ROW Max Truby Gerald Rousseau Larry Patterson Donald Ransom Sue Seth Nelda McK1nney Delores Ratllff BACK ROW Paul Montague D1ck Moore Ph1l1p Pr1ce Neal Scott Samm1e Otls, Sue Walker, Eleanor Morgan Z1 E 5 f ' YP W y x G A ' ' , tif ,V 'W X 31 A O . Q-fl , . R y 5f ,u Ya 1 A ' X , . ,Q . ' I , YA' Arr' A' 7 ,Q 4, 'X :small M 3- il- "' 1 . I X ' b yi Q M In , , . MA AO' Q-1' T' ul!! by' T' 5 K. I . s-. 5' . H AW' . k 11' Q 'JP . il? .1 'MT it dl 3 I 5 2 W 5 , h f I U C D, 1 1 . . Y l I Y Y I ' I D . I 3 Y . I I , l Q Y 1 . 1 1 0 0 K - : Y I I , l . , . ' : , . , . . . , , . . . fi.- y Hi-Y Cabinet members fpic- tured at leftj are, from front to back in seccessive rows, GlennHoopes, assistant program chairman, Phil Donica, devotional chairman, Robert Freed, service chairman, Mr. Dick Trigg, sponsor, Lyle Rousseau, membership chairmang Francis Hoopes, secretary, Travis Durr, program chairmang Jim Hilts, social chairmang Duane Pulliam, publicity chairmang Wil- liam Behrmann, vice-president, Monte Gass, friendship chairman, Vernon Angle, treasurer. Not in picture: Walter "Lefty" Under- wood, presidentg Glenn Tague, music chairman. Just as a Pirate goes out on a new sea voyage full of excitement and danger to seek more gold and riches in earthly form and value the H1 Y too, goes out on adventures full of excitement and enjoyment and at the same time achieves certain spiritual and emotional standards without in any way offending the religious faith of any person, but produces a Worshipful spirit in each member One great aim of the Hi-Yis to reach the heart, mind, and soul of each of us in order that we may take the greatest of all ships, Jesus Christ, with us wherever we go The H1 Y sponsors such activities as the box supper pictured below. -.len 'W Y is Y-Teens Cabinet members fpic- tured at rightl are, horizontally, Freddie Morton, secretary, Nancy Truby, president, Miss Claudine Chamberlain, sponsor, Freida Hud- gens, treasurer, Patty Fox, vice- president, vertically,.Tanet Coglizer, music, Carole Stout, worship, Jo Deen Howe, program, Mary .To Stew- art, pianist, Beverly Harrison, serv- ice, Rita .To Lovelady, social, Mari- lyn Button, publicity, Jean Johnson, song leader. TK' "To build afellowship of women and girls, devotedto the task of realizing in our common life those ideals of personal and social living to which we are committed by our faith as Christians." So begins the purpose of the Y-Teens. These girls, united with millions more, seek understanding of our God and the faiths of others. In fulfilling these ideals, the girls have sponsoreda Book Exchange, Roll Call Week of recognition, a Mother-Daughter Banquet, a series of meetings on personal relations and the District Winter YWCA Conference which is pictured below. l'600 .SQ vsAlVVVNf .L- To help preserve for you the memorles of the voyage of 1948 49 ln a log has been the Job of these members of the Jolly Roger staff Front row from left to rlght Mar11yn Button art edltor Judy Eaklns sales manager Harry Halbower assxstant edltor Nancy Truby edltor Beverly Harr1son buslness manager Mlss M1ldred Pruett sponsor Second row Joyce Doctor Shlrley Crooker Betty Denton Roberta Hudgens Nancy Staples Mary Jo Warren Rebecca Garvln Teresa Smlthhlsler Marlan Mxller La Duska Whlnery Shlrlee Galther Back Row Jlm Hester Glenn Hoopes Lyle Rousseau Del Randels Wrlllam Behrrnann J1m Bassford Ph1lDon1ca treasurer Larry Patterson ,S?U6l8l'lt 60lfU'lCl M 2 Pxl 'Y' Once m a wh1le a few members of our P1rate crew become mutlnous To stop the rebelhons and also to dlscuss and dec1de how to thwart threatemng storms the crew chose a group of the1r fellow Prrates for th1s purpose Thzs group known as the Student Counc11 IS composed of' FRONT ROW, Left to Rlght Bob Graves, Judy Ealuns, V1rg1n1a Goddard, Neva Dav1s, Phxl Donlca. SECOND ROW B111 Warnock, Mary Jo Warren, Mary Jo Stewart, Arlene Bett1s, Travls Durr. THIRD ROW Larry Patterson, Llnda Woody, W1n1fred Morton, W11l1am Behrmann. FOURTH ROW Mr. Harold W1ll1ams fAdv1sorJ, J1rn I-hlts, Duane Pulham, Bob Temphn. SIXTH ROW Ke1th Wllhams, Athol Green. Z4 L a 2 Q J Q 5 . 1 5 ' , Q A , fl z J . ,-:J 4 I ', Q . 4 X 4 L is I f . 1 'V f- A ' 1 C ' lr ' , S ' I 5 l . ' 5 1 . Q . , . 3 . . , 1 I Y . ! I 3 I , ., . . I . . , . , . ' ' : . 7 I I l I I ' . , . . 4 L i O 6 . 7 Jvte pwmywm M Ii. " Sv 0 s I . t g -, 4 ' V . L - . E - UA Emo fer THE BOOSTER Edltor Rebecca Garvln Ass1stantEd1tor Mary Ann Dxlts Busmess Mgr Barbara Cooper Features Marlan Mlller Beverly Harrlson Copyreader and Rewrlte Betty Rae Patterson Sport Mar1an Mlller Arthur Browmng The staff for the second semester as plctured are from Left to Rlght SEATED Hazel Longland D1ck Hamrlton Nancy Truby .To Deen Howe B111 Warnock Vrrglnra Ch1sm Phylhs Perry SECOND ROW Bob Swafford .T1mPatterson Pat Kastens .Tack Cnttenden Bob Graves Dona Albert John McKee Ralph Meyer B111 Standrlch THIRD ROW Melvrn Smtth Kerth W1l11ams Bob Sharp The frrst semester staff as seated around the table are Left to R1ght Tom Woody Donna Cooper Betty Rae Patterson Marran Mrller Barbara Cooper Rebecca Garvln Mary Ann Drlts Beverly Harrlson Arthur Browmng Clar1ce Podschun Frank Hanely Standnmg 1s therr advrsor Carle Dlx THE BOOSTER Edltor Jo Deen Howe Feature Edltor Nancy Truby Bus Mgr Bill Wamock Sports Editor Dxck Hamilton Advxsor Carle Dix -15, The Jcurnalrsm Department of Anthony I-hgh School has been very satlsfactory thls year Twelve lssues were pubhshed seml monthly durmg the school year wrth none of them less than slx pages Also th1S IS the flrst year an elght page paper has been put out by Journahsrn students at Anthony Hlgh Many thanks to thelr advlsor Mr Carle Dlx and to the busmess and profess1onal men and women of Anthony for therr support 25 , A H L L 1 2 32 . A V , , , , , 3 Q L : V i Z 7,- J . I , ' -v 1 " it K nal , - A A- . - , . . Hn . ' ' I , 1 ' -ln - ' I I ' I A . , . Y . . , . Advisor .................... . ....... Carle Dix ! 7 Y . , . . . . y . I , , , I . .-.-- ..---....-.---. . , . : ' ' , ' ' ........ , . .I .................. . X I ........ kk i Q ' , 3 , - - 5 C 1 A 3 1 -tg ' S -, , i 55 1 ,. ' ,,.f ' . , K , , , . I 1 , fb N1 9, , T , g ,: 'gn I ,. p K i' - f A A no ., ...M 0 I ' 7 ' ! . ramaficd y Cast and crew of the Semor play College Daze as p1ctured above are FIRST ROW Left to R1ght Lana Henderson Jo Deen Howe Shlrley Mltchell Neva Dav1s Harold Duquet CB1ll Warnock Ma M1tchel1 Rebecca Garv1nj Katherlne Sklnner Beverly Harrlson V1v1an Parker V1rg1n1a Galloway BACK ROW Mr Dlck Trlgg Senlor Sponsor B111 Taylor Harry Halbower M1ss Margaret Seaboch Dlrector Ella Rose Peters V1rg1n1a Chxsm Mr V1ctor W1ll1am Behrmann John W1gg1ns Arthur Brownmg Jack Lear Stage Manager Oss1eV1ctor TomWoody RalphMeyer StageManager PeteLew1s J1m Hester M1ss Betty Jo Uerkvmtz and M1ss Em1ly Patterson Semor Sponsors 'Gui L... P1ctured above are the cast and crew of the Juruor play The Inner Wllly FIRST ROW Left to Rlght M11-ce Dean Stackfleth Stanley Clark Don Crossman Inner Wllly CDe1 Randels W1lloughby Adams Monte Gass Janet Marshall Arlene Bett1s Trudy Marshall Shlrlee Galther BACK ROW Mr Carle D1x and M155 Claudnqe Charrlberlaum Junlor Sponsors Carol Stout Prompter Mary Jo Stewart Propert1es Mlss Margaret Seaboch Dlrector Aunt Lou1se Marllyn Button Aunt Olga Sh1rley Crooker Aunt Hester Pat Howard Carol Martln Joyce Doctorj Marybelle Turner Pat Fox 26 ff 1' f . : f C J' , . . C , . J, , . by . 4 . , . . K . D, . . C . . . 5. : . . . 4 . D, . C 7, ' C ' ly C ' ' ' ' J, . ' C ' ' ll ' ' C ' lf C P, ' ' C 5, C 71 ' C ' P, . . . . K . I 7. ' ' r r no . r N ' 2 1 , 1 -gg V-ENC 5 j ff,-L. 7 C C ,Ike I ' : - c 9, c C J, ' ' ' 7, ' C lf C ' J. c . . L : ' . . . . . 7, C lf C ' lr ' C ' P, ' C ' lf C ' lf C lf ' C , C J. jAQ5l0lal'L A FIRST ROW Left to Rlght Rebecca Garvln V1rg1n1a Galloway Neva Dav1s Marllyn Button V1rg1n1a Chlsm Sh1rley Crooker Joyce Doctor SECOND ROW Marlan M1ller .To Deen Howe BeverlyHarr1son Patl-loward Harryl-Ialbower BACK ROW Mlss Seaboch Sponsor ,S?aeecA .x4rf 11:7 'P 4-!"1-1' 1-'H' W! I' ".l. P1rates who brought honors to A H S coached by Mlss Gr1swo1d at the Speech arts festwals at Kmgman W1ch1ta and Lawrence are FIRST ROW Left to Rlght Pat Moyer Marllyn Button Shlrley Crroker Joyce Doctor BACK ROW Nancy Staples Carol Stout Phll Domca Pat Fox Marvln Grandstaff 27 I Q l R . 1 f lf" ' I I Q 1 .A A I X R 2 R .IM K R A Rav ' fs- ' R 'Rl v I Y A .ax , 11 . .. R -'I ' . X -pr R ' xg.- -1.1'47 ' 1-'.--r . -'f lf" ' ' R ,Hb-:X v DJ' A . R , rf' R Q ,R R ' 5 R S R . . . . , . , l : . . I , ' , , . 2 ' K J, Del Randels, Monte Crass, Arthur Browning, Bob Ogle, William Behrmann. . 2 P K I - I , .If v r I 4 ' A Q R K7 C7 , R sv i . i at 4 S i 'W H" 5 6 1 3 r 3 Q , Q R l V5 F R -wx I Q' R f 1 H. .-X 's' C . I yn' ':.,i,... wr 'i fl . I" 44" il- 4 f". Q- K I . 0 t sy . I , . . , . . , 1 , . I , , ' , - I , . . . , , . i LLJLC Dlrector Dav1d C McGu1re has endeared hrrnself to the hearts of the shlpmates as he has lead the mus1c: department forward to great achlevements ln one of 1ts most outstand1ng voyages At the SKI., Muslc Fest1valat Med1c1ne Lodge and at the D1str1ct Mus1c Festwal at W1ch1ta the var1ous 1nd1v1dua1s and groups brought honor to themselves thelr dlrector and Anthony I-hgh School wlth the1r hlgh rat1ngs The Cornet tr1o boys quartet and g1r1s sextet were rated hlghly superlor wh1chent1tledthem to go to the State Muslc Festwal at Empoma The m1xed chorus also took h1ghly super1or ratlngs The popularlty of the soul express1ve med1urn of musrc IS shown by the fact that one half of all the P1rates part1c1pated 1n one or more of the musxcal organ1zat1ons p1ctured on the fol1ow1ng pages The march1ng band performmg at a foot ball game y-.XJ Maestro MCGu1re moldmg merry melodles lnto mlghty mus1c Z8 Q R . . I f Q . 1 1 , . ' v ' 1 1 1 H . , n . . J u - - n ' . 0 . . SAXOP HONEI C ollene SEXTET StOllffG1', Jean I JOYCE Hoopes ' Mar Ohnson, , Lozs y Jane J Hamilton, ones, Bonnie Frank, ,gnafrumentaf ndemgg CLARI .T NET QUAR TET 8116-t Coglizer, Betty Rae P son, Pat Howard after 'Mary-To stewart. 1100 waluam MPET HWS' U -fn TB jx COY' 1 MC TET wr DOC. UAH ce ttls' Hoimdjd' Sine Be 'nia Goiren, A a Vifgx jo W MarY Dary ann' Baum IQCQI' Warren Jo FRENCH HORN Mary S F oyd Mard Scott yn Button Jean Ga ther? C ar ce Bowersock FLUTE Mar n a Goddard Zora Lew s V r Joyce Doctor S Ar ene Bett Chlsm Ama eador ESV OBOE Turrenhned' yce J Don ca Dean Stackf eth RITONE Danny Eve yn Long CLARINET Mary Jo Stewart SSOON Roberta Hudgens L burn Durr TROMBONE Don Ha bower Mar eorg a G e ady OV L Jo ta R atte r S on eP Betty Ra ard OW H at Parker Harr Jack Denny ton BRASS BASS Phyl s Walker Mary A ce STRING BASS d Ryan Haro Sue ZEI' BASS CLARINET Janet Cog Don ca Jack Walker Shrey PERCUSSION W son Joyce Johnson Jean Stouffer Co lene ALTO SAX eth IA C O M ada V ant aP reyL Sh ton HITI H S Lo X SA TENOR acer Wa Martha 541 oope S HSI' LII' 5- Ine ZSI' Janet Cog Jo Deen Howe Genev eve Patterson B Don Powe arn Behrmann Don Ger n W JmH1ts Coady L nda Woody Patty M tchel Joe Hopk ns arv n Grandstaff Grabham Dary MCC oy TRUMPET De Rande s G enn Ta ue Ruth McCanse Ne "'r5:f uf"'N sawgm "'U'-r-1 Q-or-3'-I rn N J- R 2 3550: 9'-1 L3 aD?: .,. ,mh. 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C ' 5- at fc 3 OCIJCLIII milf" rl n FIFTH ROW: 1 HIV G Ca Rebec ef alk Phyllls W llton HTH H 1S Lo Eakms Pat Fox Judy OOH Kaye C ght 1 R to Left ROW ST FIR a Chism, Alm enton D etty B Johnson all .Te 61' a Tow 1 Dulcen eador M Peggy ettms B He le Ar Davls eVa N Mlller an M 1 Q Staples Mary Alice Conme Hay 3-4 CD 4-7 Sus1e Fox Nancy emuth Shlrley Woh W11son V1r Galther Sue Seth Martha Wallace ROW Sh1rIey Armstrong Shlrley rlttenden Sh1rlee cGu1re SECOND N M ager, Janet H 1o1a V ton ev1ng B aler1a V Bowersock C6 lar1 C TY 6 OW H een D .To BTTISOH yi-I Beverl t Mary Dxlts an 1 aP DES. Io eggl' m P Chls lrglnla V ard OW H at P oghzer C oyer M at P Turrentlne .Toyce Scheel Darlene art o Stew 1 S6 an CC M th Ru Holt anda Lewls W Ora Z ROW VENTH SE U1 H Bo .Toyce ROW RD I TH oopes H yce .To ztchell M at 1 ker Wal I'1l'1 A GI' Walk Sue gens ud I-I ta CI' Rob lther Ga Jean le LW Norma Woody Llnda Walker etty B Allen Ona Eula Mae Armstron Balley Thelma Waldschmldt 16 Hn .Te Downmg arlene athrlne Hern FOURTH ROW Joan Denton Betty Cooper nn Lytle Sh1r1eyCrooker Fre1da Hudgens Fredd1e Morton ' as II H' . .54 l ' , ,., A , . U1 - Sv I ,ru ..' 3 . 2 -- I . - -71 ' A o - Q0 -. .E .. , C , 30.5.0 R .vt - ., D ' - 4: - ' C 4 L . 0 ooyszstv A . Its, JM I . I- , ' " . tial . . 4 I ' I HN . 5 maj:-. mrs -lr-:D-1+-105442 ogfi , ee an Mau! gnaemgkd s,s', -1, ' 'J FIRST ROW: Jack Crittenden, Daryl McCoy, Travis Durr, Don Powell, Danny Donica, .Tim Hilts Don Halbower Mr McGuire SECOND ROW Phil Donica Robert Freed Francis Hoopes Bill Grabham Frank Goddard .Tirn Hester THIRD ROW Neal Scott Phillip Elliot Bill Standrich Vic Hager FOURTH ROW Del Randels Max Truby Duane Pulliam William Behrmann Gerald Cullop Arthur Browning BOYS QUARTET .Tim Hilts Danny Domca Don Powell Don Halbower l GIR LS SEXT ET FRONT ROW Mary .To Stewart Arlene Bettis Shirley Wohlge muth SECOND ROW Phyllis Y Walker Betty Denton Shirlee ,A 55 Gaither 32 Y 9 0 ' Z i I 2 ' 1 1 . - I 1 ' . . 1 . . , . . : , , . , . . ! D . 0 I . . , . , , 7 ' K O 1 , 3 . , . - . Z . ' A Ely- gas: . Q g . - 41? 1' ,KN "V 1 1 1 ,A X 'V I W-E I 1 V l g LCLI10 xS?lftJQl'l!:f Q SEATED Left to R1ght Sue Walker Maman Mlller Mr Snyder Peggy Meador C1ar1ce Bowersock STANDING Sh1r1eyWoh1gemuth Betty Walker Ann Walker Eleanor Morgan NFC-DI STR 5-irq pITHl71Vy 14'-e SEATED, Left to Rlght Dean Wohlgemuth, Mary Ann Dzlts, Nancy Staples. STANDING Sammy Ot1S, M155 Covert, J'1m Hester. 33 U W lil? i I few . 1 ' t I ' 5 'A :qi Q ' 5 I L, Q1 I V I 4 Ts ' Vx 4. 1" sn ,,,, ,Y , U . P I M If lf, My M P' 'V 1 f f I . : I . ' I 9 I I ' 9 : . I I I 0 3 . ': 1 s E - I-Q3y.'gv4 .E-J' 'T A ::.,.s ,T I my I , -1 F fn XX... 'I' .3 l 1 vi 4 - Soorfd W A R v Coach Carle D1x Coach D1ck Tr1gg Coach Sandford Newsom lofdaf 1"Yg Q., FIRST ROW Left to Rlght Athol Green Bob Templm Bob Burdue Tom Woody Del Randels FrankGoddards Duane Pulham Jlm H11115 B111Lea1- SECOND ROW Larry Patterson .Tun Patterson Franc1s Hoopes Parker Harrmson .Tun Kastens Travis Durr Don Powell Charles Lear B111 Galloway THIRD ROW Coach Newsom Vlctor Hager Proc Randels D1ckDown1ng Vernon Angle Gerald Cullop Lllburn Durr Hal Gates Dxck Harrnlton B111 Swlnson Harry Halbower Paul Montague Coach Trxgg Coach D1x 34 ' ' ' A ' , . -.-Y - , , , qs., M., 5' fr.: .-gvv-f-"" A . ,cl ' ., ,.-. -. 1 -c, " A, . ., Q vt-A . lr- JA,- .Y 4 A Min . .4 Ng M .Era I I . n -J , , - F AV.: i ' H ' 1 - r u 1 , , 1 1 , . I ! I Y Y j v : 1 v - s , 1 p 9 , I 3 I Y ! 1 2 - Anthony P1Tat6S scalp Medzclne Lodge Indians on local grzdlron Zi: fgellg 1 f Pirates gang up on Kiowa Chieftains during Anthony-Kiowa game 35 Hits ax 'Y ruby Kemth stant Coa Xmar Randels Bob urdue Ima rryk McCoy SECOND RO As-sm erald Cuhop I1mBaseiox:d a 'YH DROW Francxs xrson arry ROW L-eit to Ynght De Pu barn At ol reen Da DAX 5114195011 Kerry L-amrd Ney-1 som oach CarXe Duc Kohn Moore Donme Darke FX?- Wxlhari'-S Duane xck Trxgg Proc Randebs at BHK al oway Coach Saniord oope-5 Bob Ternphn Fran Goddard Bob Sharp Patter son -Q93 FXRST ROW Leit to rxce hd Elhot obert Patter rm Hoopes xck Dowmng Haro andstaii Sackson Todd Coach 'Y ague Xe Henderson Marvxn Gr 36 mdt NeaX Scott Don Pdbert 'Phu OW Bob Wheahj GXe ntague Gar Rxghk. Sack Denny Erme Schrfl son Waker Asper SECOND R Xd Ryan CXyde Niormng Pam Mo Dxck 'Y ng lr: B f' Q., " 1 'YN . 5 2 -fri ST D ' 1 1 B 1 I l 1M 1 l ' ' , X' , h G , . W: ' ch D. ' , I . . 7 . ,G , . JH X G es, ' G 1 , ,C ' , 13 1 ' H 9 l 1 K 1 1 1 . ,L fl J 4 X X1 VXA .4 I Q my adlid ' S Q X 3 4 tv yi nf 1. X dx ,S t my V . Y . 3? . . ,R , , 1 , rm , G , D' ' 1 1 1 ' Y , . 1 1 ' g' FOOTBALL SCHEDULE AHS Opp W1nf1e1d P1anev1ew Oxford Med Lodge Caldwell Klowa Klngman Attlca Harper Athol Green Max Truby Ke 1th W zlhams BASKET BALL SC HEDULE H S Opp 4'P1anev1ew Daryl McCoy ifiifell hm Hllts Attlca Harper Kmgman Med Lodge "P1anev1ew 'Pratt Caldwell K1owa Att1ca Kmgman Harper Med Lodge 4'Pratt 'Non League Games REGIONAL T OUR NAMENT A. H. A. Opp. Harper 51 32 BOYD Bllrdlle Klngman 43 41 Duane Pu111am Medlcme Lodge 33 38 37 N , A I ' ' 6 25 I . Q A ' 0 6 . ' 0 18 A Q . 13 7 0 12 ' 6 6 ' o o ' o o A ' o 31 We M ,lv 3 X 'i 5 I V 'NX ' A. . . . ' 31 42 39 30 U Q ' 32 Z4 ' 33 20 38 39 ' 30 Z8 . 30 44 A ' 42 26 L ' 42 41 V 53 51 p ' ' 37 33 I ' 33 31 2 2 ' 22 Z4 " , 53 40 .5 . Z8 45 56 44 , ' -. ii 3 in Y W - W' V ,LV , gi Un. 1.2-.-' W Q . y I , gg 1 ,, f KX v JN i Q E FIRST ROW, Left to Right: .Tack Crittenden, Lilburn Durr, Danny Donica, Johnny McKee, Clyde Moring, Walter Asper, Bill Swinson, Robert Whealy, .Terry Laird fcheck boyj. SECOND ROW: Coach Newsom, Harry Halbower, .TohnnyMoore, Gerald Cullop, Keith Williams, Bob Sharp, Frank Goddard, Larry Patterson, Coach Dix. Zac The 27th AnthonyRelays, largest in the Southern Kansas League, brought more than 1,200 athletes from 61 Kansas and Oklahoma high schools on April 8, 1949, for the annual run- ning. Danny Donica fRightjtiedfor first in Pole Vault. Keith Williams,also, brought points to Anthony as he won first in High Jump. Relay Queen Jeanne Thomas was crowned by junior class president Athol Green, representing the class who supported her. This is the third consecutive year this class has been victorious in the queen race. The reigning beauties below are, Left to Right, Attendant Jennie Waldschrnidt, Attendant Colleen Stouffer, Queen Jeanne Thomas, Maid of Honor Arlene Bettis, and Attendant Pat Kastens. 5?""a ' l-41:1-"-as ,911 fl"CLI'l'llfll"Cl, J Not bad the game of tenn1quo1ts that IS A game 1n progress of that exc1t1ng lndoor sport scooter hockey 40 CA QQIACL Ql":5 Orchids to the cheerleaders of 1948-49. Teresa Smithhisler, Mary .To Warren, Nancy Staples, and Joyce Doctor have done a splendid piece of work for Anthony High School this past year. They have worked hard, individually and as a united team, to foster and improve good sportsmanship for Anthony. They have also been recognized throughout the Southern Kansas League as emissaries for good-will and better rela- tions, between schools. Athletic officials, and also the state activities association, have commended the high caliber of sportsmanship shown by Anthony High. While it takes the entire student body to attain it, it takes real cheerleaders to show the way. Again, orchids to the cheerleaders of Anthony High. e,, cm HW 'Kill illifl, f FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Dilts, S. Armstrong, Whinery, J. Gaither, Bowersock, Harrison, Crittenden, P. .T. Walker, S. Gaither, Starks, Hager, B.Walker, Doctor. SECOND ROW: Neva Davis fPresidentl. Smithhisler, W. Ricker, Truby, Miller, A. McCanse, J. Richer, Hern, Norma Davis, Bevington, Waldschmidt fVice Presidentl. THIRD ROW: .T. Denton, Allen, F. Jones, Browning, C. Downing, F. Hudgens, Kiser, S. Walker, J. Bonham, McKenny, Whitney, FOURTH ROW: Peggy Jones, Joyner, Pat Jones, Perry, Mortimer, Wilson, Staples, Hodson, Eakins, S. Montague, Raberdine, Tower, B. Velasquez fSecretary-Treasurerj, Rosseau, P. Fox. FIFTH ROW: M. Bonham, B. Denton, Bailey, L. Walker, Stout, Warren, Morgan, Betty Cooper, N. Lytle, Scheel, Garvin, Lear. SIXTH ROW: Coon, V. Podchun, D. Cooper, C. Podchun, Barbara Cooper, P. Armstrong, Galloway, Miss Urkvitz fSponsorJ. 42 Una ZQJ After salhng 1n the sea of knowledge all go to the P1rates Dento relax Nav1gated by parents of our crew the Den provmdes reCreat1on for P1rates l P1rates Den Cornrruttee 2 Pool bllhards and table ter1n1s are favorltes 3 Thl Sty? Punch at formal dance 4 Just watch1ng 15 fun' 5 That s a mlghty good hand 6 Plrates after a hard fought game Nq- - 7 a en . u , . C J . ' . C 7 , ' ' , - 1 7 ' ' -f P ' ' - Cl ' ' it I F - e 'fe 7 'les Q 'I J '3 Q. .l I L T3 5 E Q unior- enior anquef .,f+w' 'S X W ., .3 f , ' aj Q Si wifi? I .Jr '? . The Junior and Senior Banquet, an event to which every Junior and Senior looks forward, was a highlight in the voyage's social life. The theme of Candy Land was cleverly carried out by the Juniors both in the decorations and in the program. After the banquet the Junior mothers invited us upstairs to the Mardi Gras for further entertainment, including dancing and bingo. All of us had a good time, including the ducks which were intent upon getting out of the pool. ' 5 I"6t6!lftCthI'lg CKCLJJ NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY SEATED Left to Rlght Marlan Mlller Beverly Harrlson Mary Ann Dllts .To Deen Howe STANDING W1I11am Behrmann Rebecca Garvln Nancy Lee Truby Xwlwh -A! Semor Carn1va1 Th1s 1S how Sen1or Classes make then' money Bob Te'np11n and Vlfglnla Goddard are Kmg and Queen of the Carmval Pancake Sale Another Semor racket 1,1 E sul , A Q ,a X f . X . ll I' . v XX f .1 f , Y K , Q ' 'el X ' 9 . rx P85 lI1'LCll1 IUflCl!l0lfl N-.- Unlucky Freshxes rece1ve lessons on art of makeup from the Senlors Oh these 1mmodest Freshmen' Merr1ly we unroll along rn sp1te of honeyed hands Bottoms up don t get exc1ted folks It s really orange pop At the request of the Sernors B111 Lear takes Clarrce Bowersock for a fast spm down Mam Street 2 I X9 o 0 0 L, Q 1 ' f as 7 gl - -ic I A , 'MA ? . R .nu 1' W X z,' X 1 2 5: : A t I ' Q .. , . rf , ax 9, :q,Ql.:? ' J . ZW . Il, .. as . 1' ff' Y A," Q.-.1 M' v-Y. 'ni 1 X .,, in I , . " ww If ' V QR f , . 1 xy , g Q g , 3 . xg Q, . - A' t x 1 " . . L. . 'iff K t' Q, X -V q , U I I . . , l -- , . , -- ' 1 48 QFLLOI' : L f- T1me out for swlg' Swlg of lunch that IS FI-ed B1-own CeC11Rank1r1 Sleepmg Beauty Whmery The Swlss yodeler typ1f1es the slght seelng w1th the rnovle camera Force + Resistance T Igger Semors recuperatmg from holdmg up the Balanced Rock the night before Wi f'wA..., Tu-ed enough to rest Pushed up the mountam f1ve m11es, the new bus Plcmc lunch and on anythlng. Wlsh you were all there to trade places wxth us. a Howe Sn-1116, 49 Q I M15 Pip . A L 'Q D., .e ..,,. Q... .. .. A, 15 2 , ...J 9 .I 9,1 h ' ' ' ' 'Q ? 0, A, 1 . ,Q ,gr 1' ' -rv fl. A Q ' ' . '4 4 ff .3 A . fszijgyfw K VN ' , 'GM M ,W aa , V ,a I, a . a . ' 4 . , . -J 5 ,, ' a a 2 ' .i Q i l . 1 ' : sa r' vu I ' "ee ' - Q f V. I ,,k, ' 41 1 , H '-if ' A In E mfr.,-i ,ll The hne forms Can t you read the Slg the rear What s your hurry Pat? C-H-lg-.LJ-.J nlxllumnm L-B.Jl-Ln-L - x Yes we had fun' Happy Hester takes a m1ghty guzzle Th1s bus made Raton Canon C1ty Colorado Sprlngs and Denver F... Hands across the border These boys d1d not smoke or chew, 591'11OI'S I'6S'C their Now they are Senlors, and they do. weary feet. 50 7.,,,, kA,v , . ., - po, , - L.: ' fa - I 4 ,,.,,., fry-"". ,, wx ' ,A ilfdlf 1, 'A . s V B I M X, XX ' 4 l . 1 x I. ., . a s Q ' , , ' Yfxft' '. . ' -f 5' L 4 'iw E X if . 1 . , nt' ' . . 'AX 5' is fy 1 'fi '- , dig' Y . , 2 ' x tf'7.L'i ' 'f fs, 6 5. . g f ' 'i ,L K f Y , 5 N . e xly ' -'4 rv may . uf 3 "rv hx. 9- 1 - , 7:2 1' g-Q I ,w . . g . ' ui? .Q 7' ' 'V .,,,' O ' 'TN -f ,, ' ' ' n? at . I . , . . y ,. 3 ,x J. M, -' e 1 , f .W Q , . . , . , , . .-, ,, , ,N H" G1 1. -Milly!! 'vi S-4 1 ,,...Jai9"'4' 47' rf' ',,o-""'--.XR H i fi l,,.w..J-. 'IG-D 1 Pops the best announcer yet Z The blg wxgs at the Attlca game 3 Here s a toast to thee 4 Semor concession stand 5 And thls was before Kansas went wet' 6 Car? Men? 7 Cele brat1on 8 Opera star Harrxson 9 Eakms faces temptatlon 10 It must be a Joke Mr Carr IS talkmg 11 Senror chlldren pose 12 Cute couple when they are golng together. 13, M111er and Harnson drmk soda pop ' at the game 14. Gallo way and "G1gg1er" Frank. 15. "Unhand that woman, freshman." 51 Q? 'iw ffm R16 1- 1 Qua1nt queenly quartet Z Fra1l llttle McCoy leans on stout hefty Doctor 3 Bench warmers ln actlon 4 Get your latest 54 candy bar at the Sen1or stand for only 1095 5 The sl1de rule portrayed by Halbower and Starks 6 Keep your eyes on the bulls eye' 7 Wxtch Starks concocts home brew 1n the foods lab as Denton laughs gleefully 8 Th1S wresthng match should have been publlc. 9. Judge Cooker domg her best th1nk1ng. 10. Contmued from no. Z. Tall, aren't they? 11. Pul11am slavmg away 1n H1-Y cabmet meetmg. 12. At last we get to the bottom of all th1s. 52 I I A V: 1 ' r lv' 1- I " I L 4 M1 , Q I K fr 2 ,, Y 24" X E Ah, i I at A rf . , so X R 2 1 4 ! 4 a l . , . ' , o 4 . - . . - . .. N . U, ,, . . . . . . I' C T URIA L YE BUUHS custom vu MYERS V . A. D . 15 iv A nnzovolnn voruu, nuns.


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