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

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c 1ST ROW: Mrs. Gilbert Mason, Mrs. Stan Ranoel, Mrs. Ray Fox, Mrs. Floyd Goddard, Mrs. Wallace Howard, Mrs. Howaro Morton, Mrs. Victor Truby. 2ND ROW: Mrs. Jack Staples, Mrs. Bob Hudgens, Mrs. Dan Crandall, Mrs. Walter Waldschmidt, Mrs. Ralph McClellan, Mrs. Walter nordgren, Mrs. Lloyo Jones, Mrs. Chester Harrison. To the Pirates Den Mothers who have so faithfully maintained our youth center, the students of Anthony High School in their appreciation for the “Den" dedicate this issue of the “Jolly Rodger". 2Superintendent 3 IddeSAcifye Congratulations to you members of the student body who are giving of your time and energy in order that all may have a yearbook. In future years as you look back over your high school days, may this book remind you of all the carefree, happy hours you spent as students here. Good luck and best wishes in your endeavor. Wilmot D. Carr 3MR. HAROLD H. WILLIAMS Principal, Constitution, Inter- national Relations, Lite Adjust- ment . W. NORVAL ADAMS Typing, Sociology, Economics, Sophomore Sponsor, Yearbook Spon- sor, Student Council Sponsor. MISS CLAUD INE CHAMBERLAIN Bookkeeping, Shorthand, Typing, Senior Sponsor, Y-Teen Sponsor. MR. CARLE DIX Journalism, English, Boys Physi- cal Education, Basketball Coach, Ass't. Football Coach, Ass't. Track Coach, Senior Sponsor. MISS RUTH DURHAM Librarian, Study Hall, Activity Treasurer . MISS EKWA JESS Office Secretary MISS NATALIE CHAVEY General Science, Biology, Chemis- try, Sophomore Sponsor. MRS. ESTHER JOHNSON Cooking, Sewing, Home Making, Junior Sponsor, F.H.A. Sponsor.MR. RALPH 0. J0WST0N Industrial Arts, Mechanical Draw- ings, Freshman Sponsor. MR. SANFORD NEWSOM American History, World History, Football Coach, Track Coach, Ass't. Basketball Coach, Boys Physical Education, Junior Spon- sor. MISS BETTY JO UERKVITZ Girls Physical Education, Senior Sponsor. MR. LAWRENCE KING MR. DAVID C. McGUIRE English, Speech, Junior Sponsor, band Dramatics Sponsor. MISS BONNIE PAISLEY Vocal Music MR. DANIEL SHORTER Mathematics, Boys Physical Edu- cation, Ass't. Football Coach, Ass't. Basketball Coach, Tennis Coach, Freshman Sponsor, Hi-Y Sponsor. MRS. GRACE GATES School nurse MR. JAMES PRICE Custodian 5•Seniors FRANCIS HOOPES Class Vice President ; Glee Club 2,3» » Mixed Chorus 3» Hi-Y 1,2; Cabinet 3, ; Student Council 1»; Football I ,2,3, ; Basketball 1,2,3; Tennis 2,3; Hi -Y Pres. 4. JIM HILTS Class President ; Band 1,2,3» ; Orchestra 1,2; Glee Club 1.2,3» ; Mixed Chorus 3» J Vocal ensembles 2.3, U; Instrumental ensembles 2,3, ; Hi-Y I, Cabinet 2.3, U; Class Vice President 3; Student Council 2,3» ; Football 1,2,3, ; Basketball 1,2,3, ; Tenni s 2,3 ; Band President 2,3. FREIDA HUDGENS Class Secretary | ,3» ; Mixeo Chorus 3» ; Y-Teen 1,2; Cabinet 3 President ; Glee Club 1,2,3, ; Stu- dent Council Secretary 1; Pep Club 1,2,3; Intramurals 1.2.3, . NORMA ALBRIGHT Transfer from Jefferson, Okla. »; Booster Staff 1»; Y-Teen ♦; Intramurals ; Thespian k. VERNON ANGLE Glee Club 1,2,3, ; Mixed Chorus 3, ; Booster Staff U; Hi-Y 1,2; Cabinet 3; Intramurals 2,3; Foot- ball 2,3, . PAT ARMSTRONG Transfer from Spring Township 3; Y-Teen 3, ; Pcp Club 3 Intramurals 3 ARLENE BETTIS Junior Play 3; Band 2,3, ; Glee Club 1,2,3, ; Mixed Chorus 3» ; Instrumental Ensembles 3» I Vocal Enscmbles 3» ; Y-Teen 1,2,3, ; Intramural Director I; Student Council 2,3; Queen Attendant 3; Intramurals 1,2,3, .BETTE COOPER Glee Club I,2,3,4; Mixed Chorus 3.4; Y-Teen I ,2,3,4; Pep Club I ,2,3. (Not Pictured) LLOYD CORDWELL Glee Club 1,2; Booster Staff 4; Hi-Y 1,2,3,4; Intramural Director 2; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Football 1,2; Basketball 1,2; Track I. BENNY CROFT Hi-Y 3; Intramurals 1,2,3,4. SHIRLEY CROOKER All School Play I; Junior Play 3; Speech Arts 1,3; Band 1,2,3,4; Orchestra I; Glee Club 2,3,4; Mixed Chorus 3,4; Y-Teen 1,3,4; Cabinet 2; Intramurals 1,2,4; Thespian 3,4; Yearbook Staff 3,4; Thespian President 4. JOAN DENTON Glee Club I,2,3,4; Mixed Chorus 3,4; Y-Teen 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 1,2,3; Intramurals 1,2,3. JOYCE DOCTOR All School Play I; Junior Play 3; Speech Arts 1,2,3; Band I,2,3,4; Orchestra 1,2; Instrumental Ensembles 3; Booster Staff 4; Cheerleader I,2, 3,4; Pep Club 1,2,3; Class Cheerleader 2; Year- book Staff I,2,3,4; Thespian I,2,3,4. DANNY DONICA Band 1,2,3; Orchestra 1,2; Mixeo Chorus 3 1 ! Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Vocal Ensemble 2,3,4; Hi-Y 1,2,3,4; Intramurals I; Football 1,2,3; Basket- ball 1,2,3,4; Track 2,3. FRANCES DOWNING Glee Club 1,2; Y-Teen I.2,3,4; Pep Club I; INTRAMUR ALS I . TRAVIS DURR Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Mixed Chorus 3; Hi-Y I; Cabinet 2,3; Stuoent Council 2,3; Class Cheer- leader 2; Intramurals 2,3,4; Football 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2,3. KAYE COON Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Mixed Chorus 3,4; Y-Teen I, 2,3,4; Pep Club 1,2,3; Intramurals 1,2. MAUREEN BONHAM Transfer trom Spring Township 3; Y-Teen 3,4; Pep Club 3i Intramurals 3- BOB BURDUE Junior Play 3; All School Play I; Glee Club I; Hi-Y 1,2,3; Football 1,3; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Tcnnis 1,2; Thespian 4; Class Cheerleader 4. MARILYN BUTTON Junior Play 3; Speech Arts 2,3; Bano I,2,3.4; Orchestra 1,2; Glee Club I; Booster Staff 4; Y- Teen I; Cabinet 2,3,4; Student Council 4; Intra- murals 4; Yearbook Staff 2,3,4; Thespian 3,4. ED BYRD Booster Staff 3; Intramural Director 3; Intra- murals 3,4. INEZ COADY Band 1,2,3,4; Glee Club 1,2; Y-Teen 1,2,3,4; Intramurals 1,2.PAT FOX All School Play I; Junior Play V, Speech Arts 2,3; Mixed Chorus 3. ; Glee Club I ,2,3, ; Booster Staff 5; Y-Teen |,2; Cabinet 3, ; Pcp Club 1,2,3; Queen At- tendant 2; Intramurals 1,2,3, ; Thespian 1+. BONNIE FRANK Bano 2,3, ; Glee Club I; Instrumental Ensemble 3; Y-Teen 1,2,3,! ; Student Council ; Pep Club I; Intra- murals I. SHIRLEE GAITHER Junior Play 3; Glee Club 1,2,3, ; Mixed Chorus 3. ; Booster Staff ; Vocal Ensembles 3» ; Y-Teen 1.2,3; Cabinet ; Class President I; Student Council 1,2; Pep Club 1,2,3; Intramurals I; Yearbook 3» « MONTE GASS All School Play I; Junior Play 3; Glee Club 1,2, ; Mixed Chorus ; Hi-Y Cabinet 1,2,3, ; Intramurals 2,3,1 ; Thespian 3, . HAL GATES Glce Club I; Intramurals 2; Football 2,3; Basket- ball 2,3. BILL GRABHAM Bano 1,2,3; Glee Club 1,2,3, ; Mixed Chorus 3, ; Booster Staft ; Hi-Y 1,2,3, ; Football 2. ATHOL GREEN Junior Play 3; Glee Club I; Hi-Y 1,3, ; Cabinet 2; President of Class 2,3; Vice President of Class I; Stuoent Council 1,2,3, ; Football 1,2,3. ; Basket- ball I ,2,3,1 ; Track 1,2; Thespian Club . KATHERINE HERN Glee Club 2,3, ; Mixed Chorus 3, ; Pep Club 2,3; Intramurals 2,3» « PAT HOWARD Junior Play 3; All School Play I; Band 1,2, 3, ; Orchestra 1,2; Glee Club 1,2,3, ; Mixeo Chorus 3» Instrumental Ensembles 1,2,3. ; Booster Staff ; Y-Teen 1,2,3, ; Intramurals 1,2,3, ; Thespian Club 3, . JEANNE JOHNSON B no 1,2,3, ; Orchestra |; Glee Club 1,2,3, ; Mixed Chorus 3» ; Instrumental Ensembles 3» ; Y-Teen 1,2, ; Cabinet 3; Intramurals 1,2,3, ; Thespian ; Intramural Director 2. MARY JANE JONES Bano 2,3, ; Orchestra 2; Glee Club I ,2, ; Mixed Chorus ; Instrumental Ensembles 3» ; Booster Staff ; Y-Teen 1,2,3, ; Pep Club I; I ntramurals I , . VICTOR HAGER Transfer from Hemet, Cal. 2; Band 2; Glee Club 2.3. ; Mixed Chorus 3, ; Intramurals 2,3; Football 2.3. . VIOLA HAGER Transfer from Hemet, Cal. 2; Glee Club 2,3, ; Mixed Chorus 3, ; Y-Teen 2,3, ; Pep Club 2,3. GEORGIA HAMILTON Band 1,2,3, ; Y-Teen 1,2,3, ; Intramurals I .2.BOB MOWRY Transfer from Dickinson, Texas 2; Band 2,3; Hi-Y 3,1 ; Intramurals 2,3,1». JIM MURREY Booster Staff 1 ; Hi-Y I 2,3,U- DON POWELL Band 1,2,3,! ; Glee Club 1,2,3,! ; Mixed Chorus 3,1 ; Vocal Ensembles 2,3,! ; Hi-Y 1,2,3,! ; Intra- murals 2,3; Football 1,3; Basketball I. DUANE PULLIAM Band 1,2,3,!»; Orchestra I; Mixed Chorus 3,1 ; Glee Club 1,2,3,! ; Hi-Y 1,2; Cabinet 3,1 ; Student Council 3,1 ; Football 1,2,3,! ; Basketball 1,2, 3,1 ; Tennis 1,2,3. DELMAR RANDELS Junior Play 3 All School Play I; Band 1,2, 3,1 ; Orchestra | ,2; Glee Club 1,2,3,! ; Mixed Chorus 3» Instrumental Ensembles 4; Hi-Y I, 2,3; Cabinet 1»; Band Pres. ! ; Student Council • ; President of Student Council ! ; Football I, 2,3,1 ; Yearbook Staff 2,3; Thespian Club 3,1 . JOHN REBER Transfer from hesston, Ks. 2; Glee Club 2; Hi -Y 3,1 ; Intramurals 2,3,1 . SHIRLEY LaPLANT Band 2,3,1 ; Glee Club 1,2,3,! ; Mixed Chorus 3,4; Intramural Director 3; Class Cheerleader ! ; Pep Club 1,2; Intramurals 1,2,3,! . •err- CHARLES McMICHEAL Hi -Y 1,2,3,1 . MARILYN MEYER Glee Club I; Intramurals 2,1 . JOYCE MONTAGUE Glee Club 1,2; Y-Teen 1,2,3,! ; Pep Club |. MARTHA MONTAGUE Glee Club 1,2,3,! ; Booster Staff 1 ; Y-Teen 1,2, 3,1 ; Intramurals I; Mixed Chorus 3. . CHARLES LEAR Glee Club 1,2; Hi-Y 1,2,3; Intramurals 1,2,1 ; Foot- ball 3; Basketball I. ANN LYTLE Transfer from Coffeeville, Ks. I; Glee Club 2,3,1 ; Mixed Chorus 3,1 ; Y-Teen 1,2,3,! ; Intramurals 1,2, 3»1 . RUTH McCANSE Band 1,2,3; Orchestra 1,2; Glee Club I ,2,3,1 ; Mixed Chorus 3,1 ; Y-Teen 1,2,3,1 ; Pep Club 1,2; Intramurals I »2,3.1 .BOB SHARP TRANSFER FROM SEVICRVILLE, TENNESSEE 3» BCOSTCR Staff 3; Football U; Basketball 3i Track 3 DEAN STACKFLETH Junior Play 3; Bano I,2,3»!»; Orchestra I; Glee Club 1,2; Hi-Y 1,3; Cabinet 2,1»; Intramurals 1,2,1»; Basketball 2,3; Tennis 2,3; Yearbook •». MARY JO STEWART Junior Play 3; Bano 1,2,3,4; Orchestra I ,2; Glee Club 1,2,3,1»; Mixeo Chorus 3,1»; Vocal Ensembles 3,1»; Instrumental Ensembles 1,2,3,1»; Booster Staff 1»; Y- Teen I; Cabinet 2,3,1»; Student Council 3jv,ce Presi- dent of Student Council 3» Intramurals 1,2,3»!». CAROLE STOUT Speech Arts 2,3; Band I; Glee Club 2,3; 8ooster Staff 1»; Y-Teen 1,2; Cabinet 3,1»; Pep Club 2,3. BETTY WALKER Glee Club 1,2,3,!»; Mixed Chorus 3,1»; Y-Teen I, 2,3,1»; Pep Club 1,2,3; Intramurals 2. LORINE WALKER Y-Teen 1,2; Pep Club 3» Intramurals 1,2. PHYLLIS WALKER Band 1,2,3,!»; Orchestra | ,2; Glee Club 1,2,3,!»; Mixed Chorus 3,1»; Vocal Ensembles 3,1»; Booster Staff 1»; Y-Teen 1,2,3.1»; Pep Club 3; Intramurals 3,1». MARY JO WARREN Band 1,2,3,1»; Orchestra 1,2; Glee Club 1»; Mixed Chorus 1»; Instrumental Ensembles 3 1»; Cheerleader 1,2,3,1»; Y-Teen 1,2,3; Cabinet 1»; Vice President of Class 2; Class Cheerleader 1,3; Student Council 3; Pep Club 1,2,3; Intra- murals 1,2,3,1»; Yearbook Staff I ,2,3,1»; Yearbook Editor U. NORMAN WHEALY Glee Club I; Intramurals 1,2,3,!»; Football I; Track 3. WAYNE WHITNEY Glee Club 1,2; Hi-Y 1,2,3,1»; Intramural Di- rector 1»; Intramurals 1,2,3, »; Football I; Bas- ketball I; Track I . SHIRLEY WOHLGEMUTH Glee Club 1,2,3,!»; Mixed Chorus 3,1»; Vocal Ensemble 3,1»; Y-Teen 1,2,3,1»; Intramurals 1,2. CHARLES WOOD Transfer from Bluff City 3; Hi-Y 3,1»; Intra- murals 3,1». JANET COGLIZER WOODY Junior Play 3; Band 1,2,3; Orchcstra I; Glee Club 1,2,3; Mixed Chorus 3; Instrumental Ensemble 1,2,3; Booster Staff 1»; Y-Teen I; Cabinet 2,3; Intramurals I.unior A PHIL DONICA: President; a man he was, to all the class dear. GERALD CULLOP: Vice-President: What a time; what a civilization! GLENN TAGUE: Secretary-Treasurer; I will sit down now, but the time will come when you will hear me. DONNIE ALBERT: The mildest manners and the gentlest heart. GERALD BARNARD: Now or never was the time. JIM BASSFORD: He doth nothing but talk of his horse. VALERIA BEVINGTON: Ask me no ques- tions, I’ll tell you no lies. ALMA CHISM: 1 11 be with you in the squeezing of a lemon. NINA CRITTENDEN: Never look for birds of this year in the nests of last. NORMA JEAN DAVIS: The very flower of youth. JACK DENNY: The windy satisfaction of the tongue. BETTY DENTON: What now if the sky were to fall. MARSH DOCTOR: The world, the flesh, and the devil. DICK DOWNING: I’ve had my day and my philosophy. PHILLIP ELLIOTT: Silence gives consent. BILLY GALLOWAY: I love everything that’s old--old friends, old times, old books and old wine. DON GERING: While we stop to think we often lose our opportunity. FRANK GODDARD: It is not every question that deserves an answer. VIRGINIA GODDARD: Let thy words be few. DON HALBOWER: Few men make them- selves master of what they speak and write.PARKER HARRISON: The greater man, the greater courtesy. DEE HATFIELD: I was not always a man of woe. FRANK HODSON: Preserve me from un- seasonable and immoderate sleep. PAT HODSON: Though I'm always in haste, I’m never in a hurry. JOYCE HOOPES: Life is a jest and all things show it; I thought so once and now I know it. PAT JONES: He seems so near and yet so far. PEGGY JONES: Patience is the best remedy for every trouble. JOYCE JOYNER: Laugh and be fat. JIM KASTENS: To blow and swallow at the same moment is not easy. ZORA LEWIS: This day I've lived! EVELYN LONG: If I could believe it, I could believe anything. RITA JO LOVELADY LEAR: Every woman should marry—but no man. JACK LYNAM: I did not care one straw. NORMA JEAN LYTLE: Living from hand to mouth. ALBERTA McCANSE: Far too much rest itself becomes a pain. DARYL McCOY: Curse the pedestrians, full speed ahead! PEGGY MEADOR: Far from gay cities and the ways of men. JERRY MILLER: The enduring elegance of female friendship. 12SUE MONTAGUE: Better late than never. JOHNNY MOORE: I love fool’s experiments. GAYE MORTIMER: Let the world slide. FREDDIE MORTON: I’ll not budge an inch. VERLAN NEAL: It is easier to be brave from a safe distance. GENEVIEVE PATTERSON: My name’s as true as steel. MELVIN PHILLIPS: Much may be said on both sides. JOYCE RICKER: A horse! A horse !My king- dom for a horse! HAROLD RYAN: Be wisely worldly, be not worldly wise. DARLENE SCHEEL: There’s a time for all things. ERNIE SCHMIDT: In the life of a young man, the most essential thing for happiness is the gift of friendship. NANCY STAPLES: I wonder what fool it was that first invented kissing. VIRGINIA STARK: My appetite comes to me while eating. CAROL SUNDERLAND: A roiling stone gathers no moss. BOB TEMPLIN: Love me, love my dog. DULCENLA TOWER: Tush! Tush! Fear boys with bugs! « MARY VELASQUEZ: No one knows what he can do till he tries. JACK WALKER: There is no wisdom like frankness. MARY ALICE WILSON: Oh! You bug you! 13omored Lilburn Durr VICE PRES. Glenn Hoopes PRESIDENT Bill Swinson SEC Y.-TR EAS. LeVona Allen Eula Armstrong Shirley Armstrong Walter Asper Peggy Babcock Jack Bevington Joyce Bonham Clarice Bowersock Phyllis Browning Gene Byrd Christine Christiansen Susie Fox Jack Franklin Jean Gaither Marvin Grandstaff Lois Hamilton Dwight Hatfield Connie Hayter Gary Henderson Wanda Holt Joe Hopkins Roberta Hudgens Frances Jones Jerry Laird NOT PICTURED: Jewell DuvallBenida Lear Bill Lear Marilyn Longland Albert McCanse Vada McClellan Earl Meeks Patty Mitchell Paul Montague Dick Moore Eleanor Morgan Patsy Moyer Sammie Otis Don Parkerson Larry Patterson Robert Patterson Philip Price Myrtle Raberding Proc Randels Don Ransom Gerald Rousseau Neal Scott Jack Sechler Sue Seth Richard Standrich Max Truby Joyce Turrentine nn Walker Sue Walker Martha Wallace Bob Whealy Billy Wilson Dean Wohlgemuth Linda Woody NOT PICTURED: Floyd Mardis Wanda Turnermen Martha Meyer VICE PRES. Jim Donica PRESIDENT Wynona Bettis SEC’Y.-TREAS. Bob Alley Gordon Angle Beverly Bailey Donelda Christiansen J. E. Coady Roberta Cordwell Glenn Crow Richard Dickey Bill Dipert Joyce Downing Jerry Duncan Charles Elliot Lewanna Fox Wesley Gaddy Patsy Grasser Sam Harlan Darrel Hawley Jack Helms Margaret Hunter Velma JonesJim Lear Virginia Lewis Lina Long Milford Lynam Richard McKnight Gilbert Mason Cleta Mayo Roland Mitchell Patty Pooler Charlene Reneau Donna Rife Charles Seiple Billie Simon Shirley Starks Miles Tade Bob Truby Don Truby Shirley Turner Sue Underwood Earl VanRankin Jim Walker Joyce Warnock Lee Whitaker Clarice Wilson Dean Goddard CLASS CHEERLEADER Norma Thomas CLASS CHEERLEADER NOT PICTURED: Tom Kastens 5resl initial imcin ion S-S-S-Seniors, wonderful Seniors You’re the only c-c-c-class That we adore. Oh we Freshmen, lowly Freshmen We’ll be kneeling at your feet For ever more.Don Halbower Music Chairman Jim Murrey Duane Pulliam Devotional Chairman Vice President Jim Hilts Secretary Harold Ryan Program Chairman Jerry Laird World Friendship Chairman Glenn Hoopes Membership Chairman Glenn Tague Service Chairman Monte Gass Social Chairman Dean Stackfleth Publicity Chairman Larry Patterson T reasurer Francis Hoopes President Soup’s On!!! This was a part of the Hi-Y Social held in the school gym. Incidentally, those good looking girls are a few of the Y-Teen guests. Daniel A. Shorter Sponsor The purpose of our Hi-Y Club is to create, main- tain, and extend high standards of Christian character throughout the school and community.cONO leader; P T Fox’ r.AlTHCR, SONO L . CHISM, - c— s» ASURCRJ COHN Warrcn, MlS5 chamberlain, s hoopes. world ......... m eens PURPOSE: “To build a fellowship of women and girls Devoted to 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. In this endeavor V’e seek to understand Jesus To share his love for all people And to grow In the knowledge and love of God" ftSTIVOL Of INTIMIS fllOTHER-DfltIGHTER BM10UET 20-r- o, THC s «''boot? Staff Joyce o°oNc° 7r J?5° JocLy Roc N Burro (fi ° "Fo o ,' J M o c. 5H, I Student Council The Stooent Council, under the expert direction or Norval Adams, Sponsor, and Del Randels, President, have oone a fine job in making A.H.S. a student governed school. Or this, we can be vert proud. FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Mr. Norval Adams, Freida Hudgens, Carole Sunderland, Norma Pavis, Virginia Goddard, Joyce Warnock, Wanda Turner, Bonnie Frank. BACK ROW, Left to Right: Gerald Cullop, Athol Green, Jim Hilts, Duane Pulliam, Del Randels, Francis Hoopes, Phil Donica, Glenn Hoopes, Jim Donica.The four girls you honored to be your CHEERLEADERS FOR 'U - O ARE, BACK ROW: Robert Hudgens, Sophomore; Carol Sunoer- land, Junior. FRONT ROW: Mary Jo Warren, Senior; Joyce Doctor, Senior. The four of us woulo like to express our APPRECIATION TO YOU FOR YOUR CO-OPERATION IN HELPING TO CREATE A BETTER SCHOOL SPIRIT. WE HAVE EVERY REASON TO BE PROUD OF OUR SCHOOL, OUR TEAM, AND OUR SPORTS- MANSHIP. Guard it well, and always aim FOR A HIGHER GOAL. Especially on behalf of the two Senior CHEERLEADERS, WE 1D LIKE TO SAY, "THIS WAS A WONDERFUL YEAR—ONE WE SHALL ALWAYS REMEMBER. " The Future Homemakers of America is the newest organization in A.h.S. This SPRING THEY TOOK A TRIP TO TOPEKA. BETTY DENTON WAS INSTALLED AS VICE-PRESI- DENT of the State F.H.A. SACK ROW: Browning, Cordwell, Thomas, Starks, Fox, Rife, Lear. FOURTH ROW: Turner, Lewis, Davis, Bevington, Hern, C. Christen- sen, Bonham. THIRD ROW: D. Christensen, F. Jones, Warnock, Allen, Sunderland, Crittenden, Denton, Staples, Scheel. SECOND ROW: Long, Meyer, Patterson, V. Jones, Reneau, Wilson, McCanse, Stark, walker. FIRST RCW: Mrs. Johnson, Spon- sor, Baily, Hunter, Armstrong, Bettis, Downing, Mayo, Underwooo, Hoopes.THE BOOSTER Volume 30 Anthony High School, January 17, 1950 Number 7 Indians Win Over Wilbur Rides A ain Pirates Friday, 47-43 "Wilbur Faces Facts” tomorrow night at Burchficl. This onc-act comedy, which was prepared by Kiwanis Club Honors pjra{e Hoopsters To Tournament ne or Foul play fought )odge tween ment thony Lx dge dians )e in The st game most though awing a two- period; teams Every This com- on to e sec have iment. (5, the state s date Dodge Win- Semeste Mi M v f numbers an sented to Sunderland The tale b' " id danc- Vernon oindeman any o in tha 6 foot made for 34 ters o: had a lead o sharps forwa: Botl 18 fie) I Pirate: though I throw ifrCiogc cvmpanu dians’ 44 per cent, they r 7 of them and Medicine 11. Except for first qur cine Lodge was ahead of each period, score- 17-21, 29-31, and 47 The Friday night t league standing in Medicine Lodge. jy man. Caldyell, Kio Attic . Z Medi- Anthony play? $P°rts Friday night at U Second Team lorn.. s.:... v'- c':° oral dances, Struggle of : Dream,” • on," “Seare- Jth American liam an chosen b- dent bod will c judges, derlan SPo Th gram llass B and • utfivi uca ns art to complete th etition such as this al squad good ex- ist tough ball clubs «laying several games To win the Anthony would have • e games on consecu- .e; Jo,le oecausc of their league Kingman next Tuesday . ich team is assured of at least two games as a consolation bracket, oys expected to make the J: Bassford, B. Burdue, iop, D. Donica, A. Green, J. D. further The ment s with i ing The spotted ord of ns and in- the Thurs- in ob- •rite to of the who is m3n, the tou -O far second, owa lost team ewa, r High on Fri- lary 20 The ony at . son. I I Parker | Hoopes , 1— K 2— B, i 3— -Meuiunc day. 4— Kiowa. 5— Harper. 0—Caldwell, 6:30 Monday. ols, An- ngman, •ledicinc am, Ar- hat are t. over the country are invited to attend. It is a good opportunity to learn new methods of direct- ing as well as coordinating prac- • .UVUUltC companist. Remarks signify that the grom was a success and ■he protr.m MVO .«.Pi. pro- also c tuw uaiiivut um «een ex- tended from one to two days at the request of many of the coach- es. Cjrandatl StefoA Out At THE LETT IS THE CAST OF THE SEN- IOR Class play which performed be- fore A RECORD BREAKING AUDIENCE OF ALL CLASS PLAYS. SEATED, LEFT TO Right: Monte Gass, Lawrence King (director), Pat Howard, Inez Coaoy, Mary Jo Stewart, Charles McMichael, Travis Du«R. STWDINS, Lcft to Right: Joyce Doctor, Del Randels, Shirley Crooker, Shirley LaPlant, Kathrine Hern, Pat Fox, Carole Stout, Bob Mowry. Members of the stage crew (not pictured) are Phyllis Walker, Dean Stackfleth, Wayne Whitney, Benny Croft, Lloyo Cordwell, Dan Donica, Athol Green, Vernon Angle, Vic Hager, Shirley Gaither, Norma Al- bright, Ann Lytle, Pat Fox, Joyce Doctor, Frieda Hudgens, Bill Grab- ham, Norman Whealy, Mary Jo Warren, Don Powell. Above is the cast and the stage crew of the Junior Class play. LEFT TO RIGHT IS: Daryl McCoy, Nancy Staples, Ernie Schmiot, Ncrma Lytle, Pcggy Jones, Evelyn Long, Mary Alice Wilson, Zora Lewis, Lawrence King (director), Mary Vclasquez, Harold Ryan, Don halbower, Darlcne Scheel, Frank Goddard, Frcdoie Morton, Virginia Goddard, Alma Chism, Peggy Meador, Jerry Miller, Dulcenia.Towcr, Joyce Hoopes, Phil Donica, Marsh Doctor. Stage crew membcrs (not pictureo) are G ye Mortimer, Nina Crittenden, Glenn Tague, Genevieve Patterson, Carol Sunderland, Verlan Neal, Gerald Barnard, Pat Hodson, Alberta McCanse, Virginia Stark. 242 . rama tic A SPEECH ARTS: Pictured above are the thirteen contestants who participated in speech festivals this spring, rivE in the S.K.L. Spcech Festival, twelve at the District Festival at Wichita, ano tour at the State Speech Festival at Lawrence. On the back row are, LEFT TO RIGHT: Norma Thomas; Lawrence King, Sponsor; Monte Gass; Pm l Donica; Jeannc Johnson. MIDDLE ROW: Patsy Moyer; Patricia Fox; Patricia Howard; Nancy Staples; Shirley Gaither; Joyce Doctor. FRONT ROW: Marvin Grandstaft; Jim Donica; M les Tade. Sponsor, Miss Marguerite Griswolo, not pictured. Members or the Anthony High School Thespian Club are, BACK ROW, Left to Right: Marsh Doctor; Lawrence King, Sponsor; Don Powell; Lilburn Durr; Daryl McCoy; delmar Randels; Don Halbower; Monte Gass; Athol Green; Phil Donica; J m Donica. MIDDLE ROW: Pat Howard; Pat Fox; Phyllis 'Walker; Joyce Hoopes; Alma Chism; Shirley CROOker; Mary Alice Wilson; Dulcenia Tower; Norma Albright. FRONT ROW: Joyce Doctor; Jeanne Johnson; Nancy Staples; Inez Coaoy. 25Student Director, Jim Hilts. Maestro McGuire in action. The concert band practicing--result-- the prized rating of 1" at contest. (Jdcind Jiicfh School (Concert dddancl BAND PERSONNEL FLUTES: Clarice Bowersock, Jean Gaither, Joyce Turrcntine. OBOES: Peggy Meador, Alma Chism. BASSOON: Roocrta Hudgens CLARINETS: Mary Jo Stewart, Pat Howaro, Phil Donica, Duane Pulliam, Georgia HAMILTON, JACK WALKER, JlM DONICA, CHRISTINE CHRISTIANSEN, SHIRLEY STARKS, Rolano Mitchell, Velma Jones, Clarice Wilson, Joyce Downing. BASS CLARINETS: Sue Seth, Norma Thomas BARITONE: Dean Stackfleth SAXOPHONES: Jeanne Johnson, Jovcc-Hoopes, Martha Wallace, Mary Jane Jones, Bevcrly Bailey, Bonnie Frank FRENCH HORNS: Arlene Bcttis, Mary Jo Warren, Virginia Goodard, Zora Lewis, Joyce Doctor, Martha Meycr, Evclyn Long, Virginia Lewis CORNETS: Jim Hilts, Daryl McCoy, Glenn Tague, Don Gcring, Don Powell, Del Randels, Neal Scott, Darlcne Scheel, Marvin Grandstaff, Eleanor Morgan Joe Hopkins, Gilbert Mason, Miles Taoc. TROMBONES: Don Halbower, Mary Velasquez, Jack Bevington, Glenn Crow. TUBAS: Jack Denny, Parker Harrison, Harolo Ryan, Lee Whitaker, 8 ll D pert STRING BASS: Phyllis Walkcr, Mary Alice Wilson PERCUSSION: Shirlcy Crooker, Shirley LaPlant, Vada McClcllan, Wanoa Turner Lewanna Fox, Ann Walker, Nancy Staplcs TWIRLERS: Gcnevieve Patterson, Nancy Staples, Incz Coaoy, Patty Mitchell Virginia Stark, Linda Woody DRUM MAJOR: Jeanne Johnson DIRECTOR: David C. McGuire Baritonc (Not picturcd): Danny Oonica Saxophone (Not pictured): Lois Hamiltoninstrumenta f dnAembfeS TRUMPET TRIO: Jim Hilts, Daryl McCoy, Glenn Taoue. BRASS SEXTETTE: Del Ranoels, Don Gering, Arlene Bettis, Mary Jo Warren, Jack Denny, Oon Halb wer. CLARINET QUARTET: Mary Jo Stewart, Pat Howaro, Phil Donica, Sue Seth. SAX QUARTET: Joyce Hoopes, Jeanne Johnson, Mary Jane Jones, Bonny Frank, 28The Boys’ and Girls Glee Clubs and the Mixed Chorus, under the direction of Miss Bonnie Paisley have made a fine showing this year. At the S. K. L. and the District Music Festivals, the boys received a rating of “2" the, girls a rating of “1” and the Mixed Chorus received a “1”. This is a record of which we can all be proud. 29 icino -Students LEFT TO RIGHT: Lina Long, Ro- berta Cordwcll, Nancy Staples ano Mrs. Woodoell. Another division of the A.H.S. music department is made up of the piano students of Mrs. Wooddell and Professor Snyder. Several recitals were given in the past school year by these two groups which were enjoyed by all who attended. LEFT TO RIGHT: Peggy Meaoer, Eula Armstrong, Shirley Turner, Shirley Wohlge- muth, Clarice Bowersock ano Professor Snyder. 31Winners of the Girls’ Tennis Doubles give a hearty hand- shake following the intra- mural championship match at which Pat Howard and Mary Jo Warren won first with Lois Hamilton and Susie Fox placing second. In case you’re wondering, that’s Pat Fox there instead of Susie, who was not available for a picture at the time. Strike three and you’re out!!!! Qul 9 Education. Miss Betty Uerkvitz, Girls’Physical Education Instructor. Volley Ball, our favorite indoor game. Bat’er up!! Nina Crittenden and Genevieve Patterson at the Shuffle Board. As to the identification of the two at the far end of the floor, your guess is as good as ours. 32 3ntramura l.i Ralph Johnston, intramural Director. Boys Some fast action in the championship basketball game between the Juniors and Senior A. Incidental- ly, the Juniors won. The Freshman and Sophomore scooter football teams played an exhibition game between the halves of the Caldwell-Anthony basket- ball game. The result was a hard fought 0-0 tie. 33SEASON SCHEDULE Anthony 7 Winfield 13 Anthony 6 Kiowa 13 Anthony 6 Planeview 12 Anthony 0 Kingman 19 Anthony 43 Oxford 0 Anthony 6 Attica 18 Anthony 26 Med. Lodge 7 Anthony 7 Harper 34 Anthony 0 Caldwell 12 Non League games KletUf SEASON SCHEDULE Anthony 54 Caldwell 46 Anthony 27 Pratt 34 Anthony 48 Kiowa 41 Anthony 45 Attica 32 Anthony 40 Harper 24 Anthony 43 Med. Lodge 47 Anthony 37 Planeview 39 Anthony 22 Kingman 27 Anthony 35 Kiowa 37 Anthony 52 Attica 36 Anthony 42 Harper 40 Anthony 32 Pratt 46 Anthony 43 Med. Lodge 57 Anthony 45 Caldwell 48 Anthony 54 Planeview 50 Anthony 38 Kingman (overtime) 36 Non-League Games 34 DODGE CITY TOURNAMENT Anthony 35 Almena 34 Anthony 37 Dodge City 49 Anthony 37 Jetmore 46 REGIONAL TOURNAMENT Anthony 46 Caldwell 37 Anthony 36 Med. Lodge 51 Anthony 32 Kingman 26 League Record: Tie for third with 7 wins and 5 losses.Members of A.H.S.'s Football squad are FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Francis Hoopes, Earl Van Rankin, Richard Dickey, Bill Svinson, Tom Kastens, Jim Lear, Equipment Manager Johnny Moore. SECOND ROW: Athol Green, Gerald Cullop, Bob Templin, Lilburn Durr, Del Randels, Frank Goddard, Jim Hilts. THIRD ROW: Assistant Coach Carle Dix, Vernon Angle, Bill Lear, Victor Hager, Proc Randels, Larry Patterson, Coach Sandy Newsom. FOURTH ROW: Dick Downing, Phillip Price, Robert Patterson, Parker Harrison, Paul Montague, Jerry Duncan, Glenn Hoopes, WALTER Asper. FIFTH ROW: Hal Gatcs, Duane Pulliam, Jack Sechler, Bob Sharp,,Jim Kastens, Travis Durr, Bill Galloway, Bob Alley. PIRATES fll PRACTICE Del Randels Athol Green Jim Hilts Proc Randels36 (IScKshellall Members of A.H.S.'s second squad, which won second place at the Second Team Tournament at Attica art FIRST RCW, Lett to Right: Glenn Tague, Don Parkerson, Bill Swinson, Proc Randels, Bill Galloway, Bob Whealey. SECOND ROW: Glenn Hoopes, Ncil Scott, Jerry Laird, Don Albert, Jim Bassford, Robert Patterson, Don Truby.The Pirates go into action against Caldwell early in the basketball season. Darly McCoy Duane Pulliam Jim Hilts Danny Donica Athol Green Max Truby Gerald Cullop Travis Durr Pole Vaulter Bob Sharp Shot Puter Daryl McCoy Broad Jumper Track Squad. BACK ROW, Left to Right: Carle Dix, Assistant Coach; John Reser; Johnny Moore; Travis Durr; Gerald Cullop; Bob Sharp; Jack Sechler; Phillip Elliot; Sanford Ncwsom, Coach. FRONT ROW: Paul Montague; Jim Walker; Walter Asper; Frank Goddard; Boo Tcmplin; Daryl McCoy; Larry Pattcrson.The Freshman Class won the ticket sales roR the Anthony Relays, making their candidate, Shirley Crooker, queen. LEFT TO RIGHT, The three attendants; Joyce Doctor; Wanda Ricker; Arlcne Bettis; Martha Meyer, Maid or Honor; Jim Donica, President of the Freshman Class; Shirley Crooker, Queen. s ntliony. ReL HALF MILE RELAY TEAM, Left to Right: Gerald Cullop, Walter Asper, Frank Goddard, Lilburn Durr. MEDLY RELAY, Left to Right: Travis Durr; Arlene Bettis, Attendant; Gerald Cullop; Walter Asper; Frank Goddard . 40LEFT TO RIGHT: Charlcs Elliot, Glcnn Tague, Bob Alley, Glenn Hoopes, Dean Stackfleth, Francis Hoopcs, Ncal Scott, Duan Pulliam, Phil Price, Harold Ryan, Jim Hilts, Don halbower. Coach Short- er. NOT PICTURED: Phil Donica. Tague goes into action. Pictured above are Coach Shorter and the eight 49-50 lettermen. 1 Jennis4243ABOVE: When not dancing it was fun to sit in the beauti- ful garden. ABOVE: Sunshine and his girl driving away those “April Showers." Junior-Senior (Scincj uet ABOVE: Oh, for another piece of strawberry short- cake. RIGHT: Even the ‘‘Stormy Weather." had a silver lining when presented by these guys and gals. The “April Showers" didn’t drive the juniors, seniors, or teachers away from the annual banquet held April 22. After being thoroughly saturated with food and a jolly time, all adjourned to “Dancing in the Dark," presented by the junior mothers. RIGHT: After “April Showers," "Dancing in the Dark" was fun! 44Senior 1. I ain’t got nobody." 2. Wide awake on the last mile home. 3. You name it (I think it’s Randels). 4. And so we left the ranch. 5. You’ll never see another football team like this one! 6. Three chefs and company. 7. POOED! 8. Nuff shown. 9. Her name is Kaye Coon. 10. mmmmmmmmmm 11. Lets eat! 12. Curly haired superman. 13. Rock-a-bye Frances. LADIES V 45Class of 50 Honor students are, valedictorian - Shirley Kaye Crooker. There was a tie for second place giving us two salutatorians - Pat Howard and Mary Jo Stewart. National Honor Students from thc Class of 50 are. Left to Right, BACK ROW: Carole Stout, Mary Jo Warren, Monte Gass, Freida Hudgens, Pat Fox. FRONT RCW: Mary Jo Stewart, Shirley Crooker, Shirley Gaither, Arlene Bettis.1. That couldn't be Sandy's class, could IT? 2. The wrong place at thc right time OR VISA VERSA. ?. UP AND OVER . Fill 'em up, George. 5. Mighty purty'. 6. Actions speak louoer than words. 7. The urge to learn. O. Which one is Clarice??? 9. Note the beautiful scenery'. 10. Love those mohawks'. II. This means you'. 12. "Alright, folks, let's stop our TALKING." n. A LONG EMBRACE. 14. Not a burp in the barrel.1. Some practice, huh, Jim D. ? 2. That Pepsodent smile. 3. A toast to thee! 4. Hobo Griswold. 5. A slumber party? J 6. 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