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

 - Class of 1955

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ROW 2: Business Manager Don Hilts, Make- up Editor Linden Carr and Photography Editor Earl Alsdurf. Ib . ! EXW! .. Ji w w 'WI "Hail dear old Anthony Hats off to you. Ever you'll find us Loyalandtrue. Firm and undaunted Always we'll be. Hail to the school we loveg Here's a toast to thee." eaatenw ADMINISTRATION sENIoRs 73 JUNIORS 55 SOPHOMORES y 3 FRESHMEN tlle ACTIVITIES fi ATHLETICS I TTI V QUEENS 2 Page Page Page Page Page Page Page Page K afzeaaafm! The story of one of the happiest years of our lives is written in the pages of this book. The 1955 JOLLY ROGER staff hopes that you will look back upon this book in the years to come and recapture some of the moments of your experiences in high school. M MY 5 , nut 9.4 Z iv si 'P -as m Y Y ft x . 'ff X l' Jay? 3 --unsung ul "?4. It may seem strange to some that we should make a dedication to a set of initials--A H S But after this year there will no longer be an Anthony H1gh School under that name Subsequent graduahng classes w1ll recewe d1plomas from Anthony Rural H1gh School That makes us the class of 1955 the last group who w1ll graduate from A H S Therefore we w1sh to ded1cate th1s 1ssue of They symbohze more than Just a school to us We shall always assoc1ate them 1n our m1nds wltha s1tuat1on a t1me of l1fe and an exper1ence of sp1r1t wh1ch afforded us what may well be the most worthwh1le engoyable and unforgettable four years of our 11ves the JOLLY ROGER simply to those three letters. 4 0 SQ? fx X l Q P W ITE M may ' Mfw Www ANTHONY PUBLXC S mwuos-1. swans 55 W-Nl zo, 19 D. CHRY- wnmn-1 nsonn' oils OF 19551 . E SFU?-NDID BF-A Sam u ON TH ss A UN as To THE e.aip.-ruumons TO vo vous. Ym-RBQOK. ,H me uma vou Sex-no I-XJLS. W CON ESS OF F THE. F LVES KN succ mo wovmw o awe MADE wa Your-se ' Smceaew, CHOO L9 fb' 4 I J I .K 8' v John B Princilgafillings 5?'..-!AX"' , A Z S if Carr YNi1rD0'C D - Sup ' tendent STXD ,i,.,,,a. MM! fm Q-74.4, 44 ur 7 E CLAUDINE r i' in ii i NATALIE CHAVEY CHAMBERLAIN W ' Science C ommerce i - - t ,Q TW 'f '. 2 s r 353 , X Xi , xx H it 54 'S "M f.,. fy -, Q 'S ,,,2 Q,5 15 ne' .1 f," l ,QQ 'Q l a N 2 M Q, 'W w ,b 1. e fx a dx Q, H X if ,E , if gg my 1 R I gk , Vw Q Q A -ff F' 43.53. 94 RUTH DURHAM Records Clerk Activities Treasurer s p X H. V. EDMONDS H, E. HODGE Vocal Ml-1SiC English, Journalism 6 7 WEN DELL HODGES Instrumental Music i RALPH JOHNSTON Industrial Arts e' ESTHER JOHNSON Home Economics MARY LONG MARY MILLER Girls' Physical School Nurse Education 7 ?wf4fff ',"-. I I K"' in 'W DALE PEEVEY Basketball o ch XM h CHARLES SCHNEIDER Enghsh, Speech, Dra matics x JIM PRICE Custodian 1 ls Qil ::,1 Wgff, j 5 kki. ,, , .2-fm ,K C - hz W 'L'lC C Q 4 C, ACCA ' as , igl W I , - -K'.k' I X!! DANIEL SHORTER f ,- ' " MOSE STUCKY Mathematicg T76 ff ' 1 f' Football Coach Coach . ,fu ' If ly' Physical Education I If rf!! fy A If X7 ff V ' W ' Mfy' Wiyyfff 5 I , vf I!! 1' N fi I If Sy' .V .- f 8 n 4 M L, W If L 4 K N M Wag O Lwafafxy M . ZW 1' y-Jia' f 3 X GARY GATES "Kimball" Boys Glee I, 2, 3, 4, Football I, 2, 3, 4, Track I,2, 3, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Thespians 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, Junior Vice-President 3, Sen- ior Class President 4, All-School Play 3, Mixed Chorus 3,4, Booster staff 4, Senior Play 4, Boys Octet 4. RICHARD BAIRD TOM MCKNIGHT " T. Ernest" Mixed Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Boys Octet 4, Band I,2, 3, 4, Class Intramural Director I, Boys Glee I, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 2, Mixed En- semble 2, 3,4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Brass Ensemble 3, 4, Senior Class Vice President 4, Booster Staff 4. "Fred" Class President I,2, 3, Hi-Y I,2, 3, 4, Hi-Y Cabinet 2, 3, 4, Boys Glee 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 3, 4, Foot- ball I, 2, 3, 4, Basketball I,2, 3, Track I,2, 3, Pirated Den Committee Ig Junior Play, Student Council 3, Booster Staff 4, Senior Play. JOHNNY BERRY -'J. B. -- EARL ALSDURF "Squirrel" Hi-Y I, 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y Cabinet 2, 3, 4, Boys Glee I, 2, Band I,2, 3, Thespians 2, Tennis 2, 3, 4, Trombone Quintet 2, Brass Nine 3, Basketball 3, Class Secretary-Treasurer 4, National Honor Society 4, Yearbook Staff 4, Booster Staff 4. NORETTA BAIRD "Nor" F. H. A. 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Girls Glee 2, 3, 4, Pirates Den Committee 2, 4, Mixed Chorus 3,4, Senior Play, Foot- ball queen attendant 2, 4. Boys Glee I, 3, Band I,2, 3,4, Hi-Y 3,4, Class Intra- mural Director 3, Football 4, Tennis 4, Booster Staff 4. JULIE BIRD "Birdie" Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 2, 4: Thespians 2, 3,4, Speech Arts 2, 3,4, Girls Glee I,2, 3,4, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, Intramurals Director 1, 2, 3, F. H. A. 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Junior Play, Mixed Ensemble 3,4, Girls Sextet 3,4, Sax Quartet 3, 4, Relay Queen Maid of Honor 3, Relay Queen Attendant 4, Yearbook Staff 4, Booster Staff 4, De- bate 4, Band 3. 4, Senior Band Representative 4, F tba ll ueen Assistant director of Senior Play 4, oo q attendant I, Girls Tennis team 4. LINDEN CARR "Bruce" Student Council I, 3, 4, Basketball I, 2, 3, Class Vice-Pres. I, 2, Tennis 2, 3,4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Football 3, 4, Student Council Pres. 4, Mixed Chorus 4, Year- book Staff 4, Booster Editor 4, National Honor So- 9 ciety 4. E :il ,E Sta' - .-,tm .-,fr f ., .-'awfiffiif'-:'fv1::if', f ,.s , - t ,w,,,.,,,., .1,,::., it Kfr? 4: fa., at 3 --iwfuq fgalf' ' H 4, ,M 5, , a - ' ,g!5rf"iFf- QF? la Q - 15 X Y Ili, V E Awww , V a' .av ffm, Q, me a M f- , ,fi f- - 3 f Aiiifj? , - .- :V Q, ,595 f 1 W' ff , 3-2541 .-W X 4 f ' r ' 'E . r 4 E ' iff- fs'-n -in j -' N-'."ff-'2'W,, CZ 1, 1' 5 1 as ?.1M3s. R' 'za .wi ' . 1 2 v,,, . 1'.Jf,rf-1 ' ' 5 is ':v-fi,::'- fi-: XT .Q lil" H No Picwfe Av ail able E, fl "-g - 7 , f A .-4 M x '- ' 1' . - 4 'gf-?f?5fEsim ' Wfffiiviif'-,ie--V' flfzfi? MARY ANN COADY "Mac" F . . H. A. I, 2, 3,4, Girls Glee Ig Band I, 2, 3,4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Thespians 2 4, Twirler 2, 3, 4, Sax Sextet 2, Junior Play, Mixed Chorus 4, Intramurals Director 4. GENE DICKEY "FuZZ" Football 3, 4, Junior and Senior Play stage hand 3,4, Basketball 3, Class Cheerleader 4. DWAIN FREED "Speed" Hi-Y I, 3, Band I,2, 3, Junior Play stage hand 3, Booster Staff 4. H. E. GAITHER "Harv" Hi-Y I,2,3,4,ThCspiaI1SI,2,3,4, Boys Glee I,2, Band I,2,3,4, Hi-Y Cabinet 3, Pirates Den Committee 3, Drum Quintet 4, Mixed Chorus 4, Booster Staff 4. FLORENCE HALBOWER "F10ssie" Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4, F. H. A. I, 2, 3, 4, Thespians I, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Girls Sextet I, 2, 3, 4, Girls G1 ee I, 2, 3,4, Band I,2,3,4, Mixed En- sembl - ' e 2, 3,4, Mixed Quartet 2, Sax Sextet 2, Sax Quartet 3, 4, Junior Class Secretar T y- reasurer 3, Relay Queen Attendant 4, F. H. A. Vice-President 3, All-School Play 3, Junior Play 3, Senior Play 4, Debate 4, Speech Arts 3,4, Bes Thespian Award 4, Student Council 4, Booster Editor 4. I BILL HILL "Wild Bill" Football I, 2, 3,4, Track 2 .4- DON HILTS "Mape" Football I, 2, 3, 4- Football Co C ' , - aptain 4, Senior Play stage hand 4, Hi-Y I 2 3, 4, Hi-Y Cabinet 2, 3,4, Mixed Cho- rus I,2,3,4, Boys Glee I,2, , -B 3 4, and I, 2, 3, 4, Basketball I,2, 3- Class Cheer- leader 2, Thespians 2, 3, 4,1 Mixed En- semble 2, 3,4, Track 2- Woodw' d , in Quartet 2, 3, Boys Quartet 3- Drum Major 3,4, Woodwind Trio 3 4' The 1 I S' pian Vice-President 4, Band President 4, Stud ' ' ent Council 4, National Honor So- ciety 4, Boys Octet 4, Booster Editor 4, Yearbook Staff 4. CAROLYN HODCOMB "Fee Fee" Y-Teens I,2,3,4, F. H. A. I,2,3,4, Thespians I,2,3Q Mixed Chorus I 2, 3 4, Girls Glee I,2,3,4, Band I,2,l1., stu- dent Council 2- Mixed Ense bl I In e 21 31 4: Woodwind Quartet 3, Girls Sextet 3, 4, F . . H. A. President 4, National Honor Society 4, Clarinet Ensemble 4, Foot- ball queen attendant 4, Y-Teen Cab- inet 3,4, Salutatorian. LINDA JACOBSEN '-Jake" F H A 1,2,3,45 Y-Teens I,2,3,45 . . . - 'l Glee I,2,35 Thespians I, 2, 3, 4, Grr s Mixed Chorus 3, 45 Band I, 2, 3, 45 Flute Quintet I5 Flute Quartet 25 Flute Trio 3,45 Woodwind Quartet 35 Wood- wind Trio 45 Senior Play5 Yearbook Staff 45 Booster Staff 4. LARRY LARGE "Red" Hi-Y 35 Track 3,45 Junior Play stage hand 35 Intramural Director 45 Senior Play stage hand 45 Booster Staff 4. K. ANN MAAG "Kasey" F. H. A. 3, 45 Junior Play 35 Band 3, 45 Flute Trio 3, 45 Mixed Chorus 3,45 Y- Teens 3, 45 Y-Teen Cabinet 45 Girls Glee 45 Thespians 4. CLARENCE MARTENS "Clancy" Football 2, 3, 45 Basketball 2, 35 Track 2, 3, 45 Pirated Den Committee 45 Senior Play stage hand 4. , ROBERT NEWLIN "Big Bob" Band I, 2, 3,45 Junior Play 35 Brass En- semble 45 Senior Play 45 Football 4. 4 MARY NIEMAN "Mary Ann" Girls Glee I, 2, 3, 45 F. H. A. 2, 3, 45 h Y-Teens 45 Mixed Chorus 4. SANDRA PARSONS "Sass" Pirates Den Committee I5 Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 45 F. H. A. I, 2, 3, 45 Thespians I, 2, 3, 45 Thespian President 45 Speech Arts I,2,3,45 Mixed Chorus I,2,3,45 - Band I,2, 3, 45 Girls Glee I, 2, 3, 4, - Woodwind Quartet 2, Twirler I, 2, 3, 4, ' - All School Play5 35 Y-Teen Cabinet 3, Junior Play5 Mixed Ensemble 45 Girls Sextet 3, 45 Student Council 45 Senior Play5 Debate 45 Booster Staff 4. LORIA RABERDING "Shorty" G - F. H.A. 1,2,3,45 Bo- Y -Teens I, 2, 3, oster staff 4. '91 2 A--1 I CAROLYN REDFERN "Reddie" . F.H. A. I,2.3,4, Y-Teens I,2,3,4, Thespians I3 Girls Glee 1.2.4, Mixed y Chorus 3.4, Senior Play Prompter, Booster Staff 4. JIMMY REDFERN "Kenneth James' Football I, 2, 3, 4, Pirates Den Com- mittee 2, Tennis 2, Basketball 2, 3, Hi Y 3, 4, Track 3.4, Student Council 4, Hi-Y Cabinet 4, Senior Play, Booster Staff 4. JANET STARK "Jan" Student Council I. 3, Senior Play, Y- Teens I,2,3,4, Band 2, 3.4, Girls Glee 2, 3. 4, F. H. A. 2, 3, 4, Junior Play, Mixed Chorus 3, Class Cheerleader 3, Twirler 2, 3, 4, Relay Queen Attendant 4, Football Queen Attendant I. PATTY SWAFFORD "Pat" F. H. A. 1. 2, 3.4, Y-Teens 2, 3, Girls Glee 2, Band 3.4, Drum Quintet 3.4, Class Cheerleader 4, CarnivalQueen 4. MARCELLA TURNER "Marcie" Y-Teens 1.2. 3, F. H. A. 1.2. 3, 4, Thespians Ig Mixed Chorus I, 2, 3.4, Girls Glee I, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 3. JEAN WAGNER "Wag" Class Secretary-Treasurer 1.2, Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teen Cabinet 2, 3, 4, Speech Arts I, 2, Senior Play, Thespians I. 2, 3, 4, Girls Glee I, 2, 3, Band 1,2, 3, 4, F. H. A. I, 2, 3, 4, F. H. A. President 3, All School Play, Mixed Chorus 3, 4, Woodwind Quartet 3, Clarinet Quartet 3, Cheerleader 3, 4, Relay Queen Maid of honor 2, Woodwind Trio 4, Clarinet Ensemble 4, National Honor Society, Relay Queen 4, Valedictorian, Football Queen Attendant 3, Pirates Den Com- mittee 3. JEAN WALKER "Jeanie" F. H. A. I. 2, 3.4, Y-Teens I,2,3,4, Thespians 2, 3.4, Y-Teen Cabinet 3, 4, Junior Play, Debate 4, Girls Sextet 4, Girls Glee 1.2, 3.4, Mixed Chorus 3, 4, Senior Play Prompter. JIMMY WINGERD "Jim'bo" Boys Glee 3.4, Football 3. 4, Basketball 3, Track 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 4, Hi-Y 4. EE? 'ULD F,-,2 EM if ME E63 ,JWQOA W WWW J i Wwgw My in N 5 is :mice .fl fi r f ' fi.. , e. ' M S' Virginia Whealy QI U: ' if Vice-President 1 -,, x ,, f 1 ' f I 1 Kenny Francis President Rose Armstrong I Ruth Averill Jimmy Wilson Secretary-Treasurer Paula Behrmann Violet Bouse Hatfield Jim Brooks Torn Brown Burlie Campbell Betty Carothers .,.4' Jim Chism 1 'Ev Judie Clabough Kenny Clark WJ 'E-3 Q 4'-A4 "lf'3v A 1' 41' V: -' V V 3 1:15 f,,wQ',:4 s., at .lsr v. I. if Marilyn Cook Elaine Covey Koa Davis Bob Downing Shirley Ecker Dixie Gideon Arlen Gould Kay Headberg Sherry Henderson Kenneth Humfeld Sally Jones Judy Lauterbach Vickie Lemke Ronnie Mardis Mary Miller Bette Nichols Pat Parsons Bill Potter Laura Randels Wanda Roark Harold Seipel Dixie Sherman Julia Smith Su Lin Sproul Elvin Standrich Eddie Stegall Dwaine Tague Barbara Walker Sandra Walker Myrna Walters '55 XG' 'QF' 'J NT?" P5125 x Wi ,A '53 Sis 'Q X? 543 '-J f ,Q -, ff fs? A-X Just gxve m the facts A 1 maxim. "The Wh1SI16IS' Father" ,. ,Q Q . Q ,h at ' d .1 M h "Neki Hokeyl A stack fi of Seniors f 5 h 4 "Crooked seam--or crooked leg?" V W "Daddy Long1egs" G6 05161 Q .X X1-' fl ,l 1 1 ,JU 1 nf' , , ', qi fp Gxoiz' On the shores of Lake Afton 16056 new the B0 "The fa med contortionistn "Oh, you're a dan, dan dandy bunch. n uxxokfi O Xlxicw go For remarns of prcture see upper left hand corner Xb Q L, by L1 C f di 53 W W W W fNW4f,jMf'vWw ff? Mjmyfv fvv-232 !..i2rL WZW M W MQW wi pf U N . X QJffx16JV Cf Sa Qamafze Ogffew- Audrey Bohm Secretary-Treasurer Q E, rd Danny Bi President Duane Henderson Vice -President Jerry Duane Angle Barnard Bartell Richard Robert Birchen ou gh Bohnert Dick Pat Carr Denton Gary Brumbaugh L arry Burke g 7 . y .4 X D ff ' 0 I X :X . O L. ft I r fx V A Jim Karen Drosselmeyer Drosselmeyer " Terry Jerry .Tim Terry Drosselmeyer Dusenbury Fankhauser Grabham A ,D 3 'V wa ,I -, up 4 0 m f . X Na 5 A ' -' Q v y f , if . ,. B, N , A Phyllis Harrison Eric Ronald Betty Qdeceasedj Jacobsen Johnston JOHCS Sa iamcvze P, ..,,A,.x M, do P N Ila Jean Zelbert Neal Jim Kaup Livingston Mingle Newlin .gf . A 4. ,:4fc,i,M.' 1 ,fm if kgqy AE ,dk Edwin Henrietta Beverly Lawrence Nicholson Nye Patterson Patterson e ies l lii. -tii .sal P Pete Wanda Ilene Dick Piper Pohlenz Seipel Smith i4:f,,: Sydney Smith Saundra Warnock .7 'li 1 Maurita Ronnie Starkey Stew ard Alton Jim Wells 18 Williams Leon Swafford Betty Wilson Y'HShWE'N 5 Y W4 gr if QE 6 ZZ2 all N milf Qpgfilgbvy My if Xygyw M0?w ffm 12,2 MM 6255 "Mf'ff 'W 0 ' ,me " i i 45 i -H .P Karen Carrithers h 4- "wi 1 Secretary-Treasurer Q 1- v , ,av -A I g A I L' Sidney Stark A" A ' 5 A 3 President Glen Harold -:-.. 5' Allen Bean X, A? A A I 'x': A i Donna Ayres V. loaf, "' N Vice-President gf J 5 A V fv- W is A , ,, rl f X fx Karl Garry Larry Bill Tom Berry Bonham Bonham Bowersock Byers fa ' I 2 N 3. 1. f'- 1-an A "' B ryny B , ' 1 V kg, ,Ng-.b . f-rw 1 " x. ' 1 A s CN , J .. Karma Kay Joan Ruth Johnny Byrd Coon Denny Duvall Hadsall If sc' 5 ' A 5 ' lk: lsr' ' QWJW-Ax Efmcsflr, I 17 , .Nd Bobbie Richard Richard Barbara Dick Helms Helms Henderson Highfill Hoel Z' J X Amelia Joyce 19 Edith Hudgens Humfeld Jones Dennis Joyner Ronnie Learned gp' EXW This year the Student Council took charge of all money raising activities for the organ- izations and alloted them money on request. A Student Council Clinic was held here in March by some Wichita University council members and our council. The council co-sponsored the movie, "Destination Moon" for the student body. The executive officers were Linden Carr, Presidentg Kenny Francis, Vice-Presidentg and Violet Hatfield, Secretary-Treasurer. Mose Stucky was our advisor. xx- L I 4 pfeside Linden Cnr 311- gg gg. 'Ne I 1 I FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Joan Denny, Laura Randels, Myma Walters, Sandra Parsons Violet Hatfield, Henrietta Nye, Don Hilts. BACK ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Mose Stucky, James Chism Jim Redfem, Dan Bird, Jim Pitts, Dick Smith, and Linden Carr. DG.. 5 7' gf xx' .41 ' 21 yg J' 2 FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Twirlers Mary Ann Coady, Janet Stark, Sandra Parsons, Nadine Starkey, Carolyn Scott, Virginia Whealy. SECOND ROW: Don Hilts, Coralee Marshall, Director Wendell Hodges, Joan Denny, K. Ann Maag, Linda Jacobsen, THIRD ROW: Donna Ayres, Jim Drosselmeyer, Sherry Henderson, Pat Parsons, Carolyn Holcomb, Dixie Gideon, Jean Wagner, Shirley Ecker, Wanda Roark, Dick Hoel, FOURTH ROW: Edith Jones, Deanna Stark, Ilene Seipel, Wanda Pohlenz, Billy Bowersock, Bill Potter, Kay Headberg, Julie Bird, Florence Halbower, FIFTH ROW: Paula Behrmann, Sydney Smith, H,E, Gaither, Gary Bonham, Freddie Wagner, Karma Bird, Pete Piper, Laura Randels, Jerry Dusenbury, Bob Newlin, SIXTH ROW: Ed Nicholson, Jim Fankhauser, Eric Jacobsen, Dennis Joyner, Larry Bonham, Edgar Martens, John Hadsall. LAST ROW: Myrna Walters, Su Lin Sproul, Pat Swafford, Ronald Johnston, Jim Pitts, Tom McKnight, John Berry, Dan Bird, Harold Bean. The band has been outstanding again this year, receiving an I at the S,K,L, Music Festival and an I at the District Festival. The band rehearsing for its Spring concert, dmte Wendell Hodges is completing his f1.'th year here as instrumental music director. The twirlers are, LEFT TO RIGHT: Nadine Starkey, Janet Stark, Virginia Whealy, Mary Ann Coady, Carolyn Scott and, in the middle, head twixler Sandra. Parsons. E Fig? 552711 . 5 sf 1 exqqglhifgiqjk A..:,4-it .. .!, 1 f' ,Aff wa? .i.4 '3t.sJ .uilui .5 s-, html Q Y .E'3".-F--.1x.kf.:-f V M "H"-s.r,t,,,wM M'-'w..,.,e The football marching band takes the field at the half-time of the Veterans Day game with Kingman, -T ', S, A , SeU101- the pirate BDon Him has . . . for the pa and as its d se"'ed The pep band furnished half-time entertainment at Sl two yea fum majo the basketball games, rs' I 23 351' in n 3 ff i ix ff? V if A . 1' -x,, -A, A ,g I ZW' if S 1 owma X Sw 0 Disifxcx SKU' XX 'YYIO te X Zmzemdfea Clarinet Quintet S. K. L. II District II Dfstrict 510 S Qfe 11 Brass Ensemble Clarinet Ensemble SKL I District I State I SKL I District I State II Brass Sextet SKL Il District II D1-U S U1 . Bt KL 1 lgullnet Sail U Ctx HUC! II Dxsux SKU' X ?'-Mig! P mn, V A nf? D5 A H if K0 6 w ' -o Ni 1 Q t v MIXED CHORUS Wacal X i Uqkafztmeat' X ' 'H "'-1"' , 3 --Q Carolyn Holcomb V t Edmonds A P a. st D e to MIXED ENSEMBLE GIRLS GLEE CLUB Wow! 77Zaca6c 1. GIRLS My ' S f g L ,,.,,,, f M, ff' -- W f--,. . 5, L SEPTET ' L ':.f.4f11ie,1.- f. . "- b'i- -2 ix 2" " k-'.., . . . i If , - .S 1 32 -mfg: , f if H -gy -,Q E i. S nf 1 ' 'L'k 2 S' 1 "',h L" ' - A A Q ,,,, if 4 1 'LLL x I ' , f 1- IW - U I ,,.VVk 3 gf, 1 ,..V G cujdw: V 5 I3 ,fi ' - sri-JE, wi 1 f 3. , L , 65,553-li! lfi 'iii' -iw . P!" - ' -- 'F 3. ' 5Wi'i' ' BOYS GLEE CLUB 'S' V. pm, 1 2-1 -,T 1. W ' ' M446 I GIRLS' SMALL ENSEMBLE f 2 Z 6 ' 3' BOYS' OCTET D Y in fn , J, 1 - mf 'Aj ' v Ill N -L J A A 1 GX svllf, ""'f'!" 55:3- i ' Donlt fan' Wendell! Hel'C'S the , Ready for action. J I Tuning up I is Nothin' could be finahl 27 Those participating in either SKL or District Speech Arts are, AS PICTURED ON THE RIGHT: Elaine Covey, Sandra Parsons, Julie Bird, Florence Hal- bower, Marilyn Cook, Laura Randels, Tom Mc- Knight, Judie Clabough, and James Chism. THESPIAN OFFICERS, AS PICTURED ON THE LEFT, ARE Florence Halbower, Jean Wagner, Gary Gates, Don Hilts, Laura Randels, and president, Sandra Parsons. Julie Bird, Sandra Parsons, Jean Walker, and Florence Hal- bower composed the debate team for 1954-1955. Their picture was lost in the mad scramble to meet the yearbook deadline, so for this reason they are not pictured here. 'Zend The Y-Teen Club teaches the way of Christian living and fellowship. A book sale, baby sitting, helping with the TB drive and chest X-rays, a clo- thing drive, programs for the student body, and Easter Sunrise Services were all a part of the many service projects performed. K. Ann Maag, Music Chairman Carolyn Holcomb, Pianist Florence Halbower, Worship Chairman Henrietta Nye, Social Cha irman Saundra Warnock, Secretary I ean Wagner, President . Jean Walker, Program Chairman Sydney Smith, Song Leader Elaine Covey, Publicity Chairman Linda Jacobsen, Treasurer and World Fellowship Chairman Sherry Henderson, Vice -President and Membership Chairman Claudine Chamberlain, Y -Teen Cabinet SPOHSOI N The Y-Teens meet informally in the front steps of AHS. fp..a-...-.- -E W, 'FY 3 5 W TI-IES CABINET 6 1 w Hi-Y Picnic Hi-Y Picnic THE HI-Y CLUB icci . iicc V f 'ff 7 zfmmfm. 0,04 The FHA is a national organization help- 1 Qkz ,' L ingkyouriig gilrls so become better home- 5 ,. . iwxqwhmk I ma ers or t e uture. w j I ,I W ,L 4 57 OFFICERS 'T Vqlv 'N ,fin ., 1 4 M . " h, 55' President . . . . Carolyn Holcomb i 5 :31 W ' Vice President . . Paula Behrmann ' as 1 x W ' Secretary - - - -Henrietta NYS f V- .4 ' ' ' 1' ' "-'i "ir 3, Treasurer Sandra Walker I!" Y "K" if ALA '4 is 'af to ' K ' ' ' L -f - I is - r 1 ' 1' K .fire 'FMDV A Sponsor . . . Esther Johnson 'hgfgifr -ir' : n f W: ,H - C1ubMothers . Mrs. Wagner is ,LV . 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' . f '-' 1'-L-" " li LN. 1-'f Y f r.,. :'f--.1- -' I ' 'I' I' 'Q I X N ,u-..,' 3.1 X 1 I I V-wt Lf , " 5 I r-,r lf .ff in 01. :I 'J1.,!Y'..,,.,r'v. 1 I N' 5' I 311' 7 '- '.--.hl '1 ' ,f . f Y .n',..N! q xl I . .1-,f ,y I '-'bc .9 D xx X JW, EW SP V1 Ig 76440640 7m3z'6aZ6an - in 20 I 1100 X ' ,466 cbd henna! 'x Super-salesmen at work. Th e scfubs , f , af" C QCD Hut . Ple y, K nn Francis voted the Patty Swafford and e y " Best Dressed, " respecuvely. 33 ' yum' ,Vu 171. "Most Talented" and Step right up and try your luck. wa fbk I.. V' V I I h i K I V:., fff- -V . ""' " A , V 1,A W j At 2:30 they mzhatxon Y' EXISN Lam if MEIIQL5: in the audwiumwmd gf Y if 'Q' Y H5 95 were 'HSS Zffiiessmi enfefiainmevi WHS PfeSeUf?flf 2 ifISASV . A Q D6n HMS ivtemBei4 5 24 by the f hag5NeWSff'f5difO1' '--1---- H- E- Galfhel' rw .g 2 m1ofed weal. 2 SP'm Editor --A---Q- Gafyiffffates hliry " Sfiflif'-BU' Editor -"4'-4"-- fr' L r . H1 ml , ' Exchange' EGWOYS ' -'-- xi! ' 'IFF ff ,,..N. Ju1ieQ-Bird' fdbm 14 is ff Laffsf ' Q Large m DT0g1'3m- f f' f,,h 5 .. 4 Readers 04- Tom McKn1ght,, ffedafli' V 'wtf Jim. Redraw: fi ,in Reporters - JQl3m1igff1 Q3gyry, Advisor ..,.N.A L .A,, A Hodge . XSX, il 5 1 E feffofd 9vaiif0f?13?1l2f'f'f1?155 55f "h' '::" i an'AChing Heart? L Banquet fewi the S,5 afe fg5fg 555gge the orrest C ffplaogn Allen Of r1eff0ffi1ii12f1 OH WS . K j ,zqgigi jkr K V K 1 Lf K V . l Pagff gggpazing in the state FHA atures E meeting: also, will be Sandra 'Ab E Parsonsg Jean Walker, and ,Fluv- f 'K'1 d at ence Halbower, who will sif' h 'V the state mchcrus. This H312 Thursday' is composeclfpgof, three iff,i:ii': AA!1 V 94 h h. f"S f.:1'5' 'f' teams fromijhe 1 H11d .31miCf 51 DEfI'fO1'YYi IS 350f the sta? 5 4 Sf!" P' aw .35 Q5 .-SO veg e o Q40 Q0 9, Y To Be vonal play olossus of . clarm and 60" Editor Mgr. ,X S00 0 . Girls and boys intrarnurals were under the supervision of Mrs. Long and Mr. Johnston. The freshman class won the intramural trophy. In boys intramurals Ken- neth Humfeld was the stu- dent receiving the most points. Laura Randels had the most points in girls intramurals. C1388 , 1 50" dy. ngilm Ural dim 1113 in ra Ra cpors Sion tfamur 1141613 were . R 31 - I B 1-Ep OW 2: Largirecfor Azbata fiigbiifo RIGHT Lal' 1 n 1 ge, B Ong, Stud .ROW u ob Do Wninboys lhtraigzf dlrectorx MQW A 8 and l1ra1 . ad- G dl me . I all Iell Se . rector Stirkey lpel. Ra1Pl2 J 7a A ringer obn The Tip-Off 35 Juniors and Seniors mixing it up. The cast of the senior play "Marriage is Murder" includes FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Assistant director Julie Bird, director Charles Schneider, Jim Redfern, Gary Gates, Richard Baird, and Bob Newlin. SECOND ROW: Sandra Parsons, Florence Halbower, Noretta Baird, Jean Wagner, Linda Jacobsen, and Janet Stark. S455 "snail: ",1.'r'- T, - -1-gn . 1Y . A X5 , ul L5,,J14J,:.'f: I 01:3 ,SA gtg -.1-5.1,-'gn ,' ff' 1 L ' nluisrundnnlmnausq snaawuuuuuulaunru-:nan uanaiuuanaunpnuuuscvnvunii i i . I 1 ,' 1' X 1 A . 3 QQ .Q w A 5 I ll: I ' 'dig' I I 5, ff ll s 'fs J i Q11 4 I 1 -N ' if I '.d','.lfSGLg',,?5-JIJVu.. 5 M"2f5'1,723fQ,,4,,l 1 .. j-11,75 gff i A i F'-'Er The play cast for the junior play, "Time Out for Ginger," included FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Su Lin Sproul, student directorg Marilyn Cook, Myrna Walters, Ronnie Mardis, Kenny Clark, student director. SECOND ROW: Laura Randels, Kenny Francis, Kay Headburg, Arlen Gould, Virginia Whealy, Jim Brooks, James Chism, Charles Schneider, director. K' fi' J ' X f T , Ifrff f kl.. g ,I ,1..,.: X , if ' 5 Q' 1' - 'f 'H' v Q fn? mfg , L Q J- If -,jf I . Bc :Ti . ?.,,5VL BOOk1Sh Tommy fKenny Francisy lowers the boom on 5, T r -1 egotistical gridiron hero, Eddie Davis qAr1en Gouldj. f if eil LJ 1 . I x , C, rj , J. Ginger Three cheers for Ginger! I ,,,. 1. pdfmlea Den Our Den mothers provided a place for fun and recreation after school activities and on week-ends at the Pirates Den. They also gave Qi special Halloween and Chrisiznas W parties and sponsored the annual Spring Formal. K ,, L 1' 1, -1. , ., Wi., wi: M , - H Aff 38 ,ab o ', 'Ng ,I ve, ' ?Eia'l ' w M -,w:.,'-H YV L L- 1 :hd V I 2 me., , ..w 1 , if We , f 5 g ..,, 6 4, 'Q - 1 'V . i3'3'3'-1'T'i1-Z-:-r:---...F mi B 5' U M r Speakers ta ble swim- Serum Zangccel N i x - K w 3 , ' V n ,K xo 1 'e ,nf W .' S. Rt . ,Q y Q W, F A s 'L .I U L.,i!SQ' ' I ' I '1 . Q , L y ' I J ' Schmid Enjoying Apple Blossom Time. tells autobiography ' er "Springtime in Paris" Q. yvyjfi QA dana! Wanna ' Those five students elected to the National Honor Society as members of the class of 1955 were, LEFT TO RIGHT: Don Hilts, Jean Wagner, Linden Carr, Carolyn Holcomb, and Earl Alsdurf. Jean W agnft V aledictonan NATIONAL HONOR SOCIITY 1 i 7 . 1 REI vga? Y 5 40 ssxm-....- Ca mlyfl HO1c0mb Sallltatoi-ian Wim WW Qu Em WJJMM AQ rf 5. ' W3 ,,.,,f,, , .. F133 211. 7 , X J 5 1 Head Football Coach Anthony Anthony Anthony Anthony Anthony Anthony 12 Anthony 20 Anthony Anthony i Mose Stucky Pratt Medicine Lodge Oxford Caldwell Kiowa Mulvane Attica Harper Kingman ,, 85 1954 ,L wax F N iXQ,,faQ 'Le fo Nw 'L -Q-1 . FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Jim Fankhauser, Jim Wingerd, Gene Dickey, Jerry Dusenbury, Duane Henderson Dick Carr, Jim Redfem, Richard Baird, SECOND ROW: Larry Ryan, John Wilson, Ronnie Leamed, Max Mize, ROW: Head Coach Mose Stucky, Gerald Wolff, Jim Pitts, Jim Brooks, Dennis Joyner, Freddie Wagner, Robert Newlin, Lawrence Patterson, Terry Drosselmeyer, Pete Piper, Kenneth Clark, Edgar Martens, Leon Swafford, assistant coach Dale Peevey, FOURTH ROW: Edwin Nicholson, Terry Grabham, Gary Gates, Jim Newlin, Dan Bird, Billy Hill, Jim Drosselmeyer, Don Hilts, Kenneth Francis, Clarence Martens, Arlen Gould, Linden Carr, X , Johnnie Berry, Phil Truby, Richard Henderson, Robert Sharp, Tom Byers, Sidney Stark, Harold Bean, THIRD eam 7a ,4ct'6an qi! The squad put on a tremendous fight against Kingman on Veterans Day, , QE sf? x N, a nf I our b . bOpe X alll- S 5 QP. Wefe -l ' .. .,.. , 43,5 E24 . ,gy nf . A V t Q X Q. ax,'ggg1SbYffi"Q2"' 'e ' : 1 . 'A 'MW V . tttn H F' s- ' Q I N, I l gh A gig ,W,. . . , Mf.. -M---Jerk s X nn M- t ss f- -s ..-N 44 Q? JW: 1 Q s ttt t -- 'jim' - ' tts 42 But we lost, 32 to 0, iw . H l X X 'A A 6' I ,x A . 1. , A Q3 2 d l -I N , , 'xl l Nia 1 5 ,,,1m,gfC5,fr , 3 jqsffh lux jiigfzxt jxzizgx ,,5,34 ' N: N 1 N' ' ,Fx ,J - I , -v A bg DK1 ' -1- Iii ,il-g BACK ROW: Dan Bird, Jerry Dusenbury, Terry Grabham, Arlen Gould, Ed Nicholson, B111 Potter, Jim Drosselmeyer, and Coach Dale Peevey, FRONT ROW: Dick Smith Manager Terry Drosselrneyer, Duane Barnard, Pete Piper, Jim Fankhauser, and Dick Carr. Pecan! Anthony 36 Anthony 39 Anthony 31 Anthony 31 Anthony 49 ! W Anthony 36 Anthony 32. kj 4, Anthony 3 3 x 0 Anthony 54 f Anthony 34 uks Anthony Z 3 Anthony 41 Anthony 42. Anthony 40 Anthony 38 43 Kiowa Oxford Harper Med . Lodge Attica Kingman Caldwell Kiowa Attica Harper Clearwater Oxford Kingman Caldwell Med. Lodge cvz 7caa! Porter scores against Kingman, '3 fga-0gg! Gould jumps against Medicine Lodge, 3: ,W ,, ,i , ng 725 cake 7z!! B-Squad mixes it up, , 3 vt' -A7 21 79 i it Uk ,I ' T - V ., 3 V' M I -' ' Sea- W -g , . .M K . 4 'f'fffQ'P3S.,, ,. A.. r. S , ,,,, ... A-. V , ,... .,,. , LEFT TO RIGHT: Arlen Gould, Earl Alsdurf, Linden Carr, Zelbert Lizingston, Bill Potter, Dan Shorter, Phil Truby, Pete Piper, Kenny Francis, Dennis Joyner, Dwain Tague, Gerald Wolff, Freddie Wagner, Max Mize, and Eric Jacobsen. 0 x Q' Gm - . ..... , . . . , , , , , L. ....i.,. LEFT TO RIGHT: Su Lin Sproul, Jean Walker, Karma Byrd, Virginia Whealy, Julie Bird, Laura Randels, Audrey Bohnert, Henrietta Nye, Coach Dan Shorter, Sherry Henderson, Maurita Starkey, and Joan Denny. , -' -rw nnrh. ,, as- - -A-. .f-1-1,-g., .-1-1 L M . ' - .mgmx A . , 9 ww- Q ,Q Q j -f Q W., ri-Q..,,,f"- ' V , ... . . SJ 4 IT i V M ,,,T vf-' ' SS f T f 'ff-3. fi VS krpvwv-K N R , y if l b ,S nit .L J 'B S r in 3 :V,: ,517 K iii- A - i i 2 91 5, 5 l - 13,54 I1 It i f i ' ,."?,, i K f A 5, ' , S , fx 0 J , Martens in true form at the Anthony Relays. FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Jim Pitts, James Chism, Robert Sharp, Jim Wingerd, Ronnie Steward, Jim Fankhauser, and Coach Mose Stucky. SECOND ROW: Assistant Coach Dale Peevey, Sidney Stark, Jim Drosselmeyer, Duane Barnard, Jerry Dusenbury, Dan Bird. THIRD ROW: Clarence Martens, Leon Swafford, Duane Henderson, Jim Redfern, Ronald Johnston, Terry Grabham, Edwin Nicholson. FOURTH ROW: Larry Large, Dick Smith, Dick Carr, Terry Drosselmeyer, Kenneth Clark. Anthony Relay Queen and her attendants LEFT TO RIGHT: Florence Halbower, Janet Stark, Julie Bird, Nadine Starkey, Queen Jean Wagner and president of the sopho- more class, Dan Bird. Up, up, and awayl 4 w a L W. .,,f C 3- . 4 fa' rr'-'rf K' ,XY 1' V ' , 'J Le Q ,, 1 5 Y X1 ' . In H A Ly 1 ra., . .ov 'Q gr 5 U X Myrna Walters A m 5 r ix Jean Wagner ' ,V E I li B' d 5 K' X X. , Liufa Rimdels B W.. 1 :5 . 0 K 3 A 4 fe gf 'lv S . e. I0 -',4rs The pep club and cheerleaders loyaly whether they won or lost. Both we re under E supported our teams, 3. 27 'B I the direction of Mrs. Long. I v X. 1 N f f e .,, Q' PEP CLUB fi f e r Q -E rv W?MwmQfQfWVm 1. Q W, Mis, 'nr . 1 x I in Q? IV? ' i ,4 U' ' rf , - ,V if F P J E T Url-it xg I 1 M e e 'H I x x I' ' f gfdefeff -K 5 pol TS 'xx afluon 1 'Yum Batman ' les -3 State 5195 Bill Potter, class A Clxamvion for 1955' D Cat!-is 3Ce . servlce I I xv f4,,:Qr.q VKKVA , A . B. 'll' ,, B l Pi, fl ares tak , 5 Qzw K fi Q , ' L. .f war. C the heldll , K4 th e K Y K K 'lgifw .rrhe Racqueney' flqd Ewa Y W . Skmu ego, Baird snags Wg I 11 mf? Bi Y' , ., SBWT ls -' W -wax, J m K+. L -M Sig in 'ff' 1' : " m'+4ffagiQ:f.:2 ,ak 'S---Y Maumta Starkey Maid of Honor .T u11e Blrd Attendant ,3- N, vw 'U' "1.? 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