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

 - Class of 1961

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■JOLLY ROGER ANTHONY HIGH SCHOOL Anthony, Kansas'T'WI SS RUTH DURHAM In service to our school she has excelled; An important, stabilizing office she has held. Many a queen candidate has looked to her for advice, And advice was always given. Organizations have called on her for requisitions. And their requests were fulfilled. In her capacity of Records Clerk, her jobs are numerous: From recording grades to absences. For her faithful service there can be no substitute; Miss Durham, receive our salute.Our school board this year includes Richard R. Bird, director, Clyde Downing, clerk. Beryl Roach, Treasurer, Lloyd Miller and Victor Elliott.Mr. Beadles and Mr. Wilt of the Science Department check over the new balance machine. Mr. Johnston and Mr. Webb both are teachers in the In- dustrial Art Department. Here we see them checking over equipment in the metals room. Observing Girls' Physical Education are Mr. Pearson, Physical Education instructor and Mr. Williams, Drivers Education teacher. Mr. Shurley teacher of History, Constitu- tion, Sociology, and International Re- lations and Mr. Strimple, instructor of the Mathematics Department look over an athletic letter as they discuss coach- ing pointers. i 6Mr. Hodges, head of instrumental music, and Mr. Edmonds, head of vocal music, discuss some new numbers. Mrs. Johnson of the Home Economics Depart- ment and Mrs. Smith study hall and Spanish teacher take a short but well-deserving rest in the teacher's lounge which was recently redecorated by the F.H.A. girls. Mrs. Jensen and Mrs. Cozarf, both of the English Department, look over the new paper- bound books for the library. Mrs. Goring instructor of the Business De- partment shows Mr. Coon, our school counselor, the arts of working the printing calculator. 7Mr. Hager and Mr. Price are our two very efficient school custodians. Everyone is met by Mrs. Miller, our school nurse with a worm and helpful smile. Miss Durham and Miss Jess run the busy office smoothly and in a manner most capable.CLASSESTop picture—SENIOR OFFICERS: Ricky Eichor, presi- dent; Craig Smith, vicc-prcsidcnt; Sharyl Rcdfcrn, secretary-treasurer. Bottom picture — Front row; Lynda Lane, student council; Louann Couch, pirate's den; Jack Hadsall, cheerleader. Second row.- Vickie McKee, intramural director, Suzanne Messner, cheerleader, Les Hat- field, student council. Bade row; John Carothers, intramural director; and Curtis Harris, pirate's den. At right: A representative picture of a group of hard working seniors. 10 Sponsored by HADSALL and ANDREWS and ANTHONY LIVESTOCK COMPANYCAST Katrin ................... Lynne Albright Mama ......................... Lynda Lane Uncle Chris .............. Steve Kaufman Papa .................................. Doug Dusenbury Nels ...................... John Carothers Christine ..................... Dea Ingram Dagmar ...................... Marilee Carr Aunt Jenny .......................... Vickie McKee Aunt Sigrid ................. Marilyn Tague Aunt Trina ...................Ann Wilson Arne ......................... Craig Smith Mr. Hyde ................. Jerry Adkisson Mr. Thorkleson ................ Les Hatfield Miss F. D. Moorehead .... DeAnn Olmstead Dr. Johnson .................. Curtis Harris Dorothy ................. Sharon Johnston Madeline ................. MaryLou Frazier Nurses ................. Carolyn Jacobsen Carolyn Joyner Charwoman ................... Valorie Mills Soda Jerk .................... Bill Newlin A Woman (Jessie) ....... Suzanne Messner Bell Boy ............... Maurice Armstrong Director................................Jean Jensen Assistant Director ............ Bill Newlin Stage Manager ............ DeAnn Olmstead Costumes ..................... Lynda Lane Lynne Albright Properties ............... DeAnn Olmstead Louann Couch Lighting ................... Les Hatfield Dick Headberg Scenery .................. John Carothers Savilla Hadsall Publicity .............. Carolyn Jacobsen Make-up ................. Marilyn Tague Sharyl Redfern Sharon Johnston Sponsored by MARDIS ELECTRIC and STURNS IMPLEMENTCAROL HENNARICHS F.H.A. 2; Y-Teens 2, 3: Sonior Ploy Stoge Crew; Junior Ploy Slog© Crow; Booster Stoff 4. JERRY ADKISSON Bond 1-4; Bros» IS 2-4; Mixed Chorut 1, 3, 4; Boy» Ode» 3, 4; Boys Glee Club 1-4; Senior Ploy; Junior Ploy; Fool- boll 1-4; Bosketboll I; Tennis 4; Trock 1; Inlromurol» 3; A-Club 4. LYNNE ALBRIGHT Bond 1-4; Mixed Choro» 1-4; Girls Glee Club 1. 2: Girl» Vocol Ensemble I, 3, 4; Mixed Ensemble 3. 4; Y-Tccns 1-4; Y-Teen Cobinet 4; Thcspions 2-4; Pep Club 1-4; Student Couneil 4,- Debote 4; Spce h Arts 1-4; Senior Ploy; Junior Ploy; Senior Ploy Stogc Crew; Junior Ploy Stcgo Crew; In. tromurolt 1, 2; Ycorbook Stoff 3, 4; Ycorbook Editor 4; Science Club 2-4. LARRY ALLEN Mixed Chorus 1-4,- Boy» Glee Club 1-4; Hi-Y 1-4; Footboll 1-4; Bosketboll 1-4; Tennis 3, 4; Track 1, 2; A-Club 3, 4. LESLIE HATFIELO Mixed Choru» 2. 4; Boys Glee Club 2, 4; Hi-Y 1-4; Hi-Y Cobinet 3, 4; Closs President 3; Closs Cheerleader I; Student Council 4; Speech Arts 3-4; Senior Ploy; Junior Ploy; Senior ond Junior Ploy Stogc Crew; Footboll 1-4; Bosketboll 1-4; Track 1-4; A-Club 3. 4; A-Club President 4; A-Club Ccbinol 3, 4. MAURICE ARMSTRONG Hi-Y 1-4; Student Council 4; Senior Ploy; Junior Ploy; Sen- ior Ploy Stage Crew; Junior Ploy Stage Crew; Footboll 1-3; Bosketboll 1, 2; Trock 1-4; Ycorbook Staff 3, 4; Booster Stoff 3, 4; A-Club 3, 4; A- Club Cobinet 4. PHYLLIS BIRCHENOUGH Mixed Chorus 2, 3; Girl» Glee Club 1, 2; Girl» Vocol En- semble 2,- F. H. A. 3, 4; Y- Teens 1-4; Thespians 3, 4; Pep Club 3. 4; Speech Arts 4; In- tramurols 2; librarian 3- CAROL BURKE F., H. A. 1-4; Y-Tecns 1-4; Thcspions 3; Pep Club 1-4; Junior Ploy Stogc Crew; Boost- er Stoff 4. Kalhy argues while Opal, Nancy Jo, and Carol look bored and Sharon listens attentively. RONNA BYERS F. H. A. 1-3; Y-Teens 1-4; Pep Club 2. 3; Inlromurol» 1, 2; Sootier Stoff. JOHN CAROTHERS Mixed Chorut 1-3; Boys Glee Club 2, 3; Hi-Y 2. 3; Thcspion» 3, 4,- Cios» Vice-President Stu- dent Council; Senior Ploy; Jun- ior Ploy; Footboll 1-4; Bosket- boll 1-4; Trock 1-4; Booster Stoff; A-Club 3, 4. 12t ui 2 — O vs RICKY EICHOR Hi-Y 2. 3. 4; Clott President 4; Football 1-4; Basketball 1; Ten- nit 4; Track 1-4; A-Club 4; A-Club Cabinet 4. TOM FANKHAUSER Bond 1-4; Brass Choir 2-4; Mixed Chorut 1-3; 8oyt Glee Club 2. 3; Hi-Y 1-3; Thetpiont 2-4; Student Council 3; Foot- boll 1-4; 8osketball I; Tennis 4; Track 1-4; A-Club 3. 4. CORENE FULTZ Mixed Chorus 1. 2; Girlt Glee Club 1-4; F. H. A. 1. 2; Y- Teens 4; Pep Club 1-4; One Act Ploy 2. GLENDA GEORGE Mixed Chorut 3, 4; Girls Vocal Ensemble 3. 4; Sextet 3; F. H. A. 2; Y-Teent 4; Pep Club 1-3; Junior Play; Junior Ploy Stoge Crew; Basketball 2; Track 1; Booster Stoll 3. MARY LOU FRAZIER Band 1, 3. 4; Mixed Chorus 3. 4; Girlt Glee Club 1. 3. 4; Girlt Vocol Ensemble; F. H. A, 1, 3, 4; Thetpiont 1, 3, 4; Clott Secrctory-Treosurer I; Pep Club 1-4; Senior Ploy; Junior Ploy Stoge Crew; Football Queen 3. SHARON GRUBB Girlt Glee Club 2; F. H. A. 4; Y-Teent 2. 4; Pep Club 2. 4; Intramurals 2. KATHLEEN HALL Bond 1-3; Sox Quartet 1-3; Girlt Glee Club 1; F. H. A. 1-4; Y-Teens 1-4; Thespians 1-4; Pep Club 1-4; Pep Club Presi- dent 4; Student Council 2; Ten- nit 4; Inlromurolt 2; librorion 3; Booster Stoll 4; Yeorbook Stoll 4., JACK HADSALL Band 1-4; Brotl Choir 1-4- Mixed Chorut 3; Boys Glee Club 3; Hi-Y 1, 3. 4; Mi-Y President 4; Hi-Y Cabinet 4; Clost Cheerleader 4; Football 1-4; Basketboll I; Track 1-4; A-Club 3, 4; Tennis 4. SAVILLA HADSALL 8ond 1-4; Woodwind Trio 1, 2; Girlt Glee Club 1. 2; F. H. A. 1. 2; Y-Teent 1. 2; Thetpiont 2: Senior Ploy Stage Crew; Tennis 1-4. 1 13AAARILEE CARR 8ond 1-4; 8ross 9 1-4; Quintet 1, 2, 4; Woodwind Ensemble 3: Mixed Chorus 1.4; Girls Glee Club 1-4; Girls Vocol En- semble 1-4; Mixed Ensemble 1, 3. 4; F. H. A. 1.4; F. H. A. President 4; Y-Teens 1-4; Y- Teen Cabinet 2; Thespions 1-4; Class Cheerleader 1; Cheerlead- er 1-4; Senior Ploy; Junior Ploy; 8osketboll Queen 1; Tennis 1-4; Intramurals 1-3. LOUANN COUCH Bond I 4; Clarinet Quartet 1.4; Woodwind Ensemble 1-4; Mixed Chorus 1-4; Girls Glee Club 1, 3, 4,- Girls Vocol Ensemble 1-4; Mixed Ensemble 4; F. H. A. 1-4; Y-Teens 1-4; Y-Teen Cabi- net 4; Closs Secretory-Treas- urer 3; Pep Club 1-4. PAT DIAL Bond 1-4; Bross Choir 2; Mixed Chorus 2, 3; Boys Glee Club I. 3; Hi-Y 1-4- Football 1-4; Basketball I; Tennis 3. 4- Track 1-3. TOM DICKEY Hi-Y 1-3; Closs Cheerleader 3; Junior Ploy Stage Crew; Foot- ball 1, 4; Basketball 1. 3; Trock 1. 2. DAVID DILLON Mixed Chorus 2, 3; Boys Octet 2; 8oys Glee Club 2, 3; Hi-Y 1, 3. 4; Debote 3; Speech Arts 3; Ollice Assistant 4; Booster Stoll 4, LORETTA DOOLIN Girls Glee Club 1; F. H. A. 2, 3; Y-Teens 1-4; Pep Club 2; librorion 4; Booster Stoll 4. DOUG DUSENBURY Band 1-4; Brass IS 1-4; Bross Quintet 1-4; Mixed Chorus 3. 4; H.-Y 1-4; Hi-Y Cabinet 2. 3; Thespions 2-4; Student Coun- cil 2, 3; Senior Ploy; Junior Ploy; Faotboll 1-4; 8osketboll 1-4; Tennis 1-4; Trock 1-4; Stole Tennis Chompion 3; A- Club 4; A-Club Cobinet 4. OPAL ECKER Girls Glee Club 1; F. H. A. 1-4; Y-Teens 1-4; Pep Club 1.4; Tennis 2; Olliee Assistant 4; Booster Stoll 4. ALLEN HUDGENS Boys Glee Club 1; Hi-Y 1; Foot- boll I; Bosketboll 1, 2; Trock 1, 2, 4; Booster Staff 4. 14 CAROLYN HATFIELD Girls Glee Club 1; F. H. A. 1-4; Y-Teens 1-4; Pep Club 1-4; Senior Ploy Stoge Crew; Tennis 4; Booster Stoll 4. CURTIS HARRIS Band 1-4; Sox Quortet 1-4; Mixed Chorus 1; Hi-Y 1-4; Thespions 1-4; Closs Cheerleader 1; Senior Ploy; Junior Ploy Stoge Crew; Bosketboll 1-4; Tennis 1 -4; Yearbook Stoll 4; Science Club 2-4. Sponsored by SOUTHERN KANSAS PRODUCECAROLYN JACOBSEN Bond 1-3; Woodwind Choir 2. 3; Mixed Chorus 2-4; Girl» Glee Club 1, 3. 4; Girls Vocal Ensemble 3, 4; Mixed Ensemble 4; F. H. A. 1.4; Y-Teens 1-4; Thespians 1-4; Closs Cheerlead- er 3; Cheerleader 2-4; Senior Ploy; Junior Ploy; Senior Ploy Stoge Crew; Junior Ploy Stage Crew; Football Queen 4; Ten- nis 1-4; Intramurals 1-3. SHARON JOHNSTON Band 1-4,- Clarinet Quartet 1-4; Woodwind Choir 2-4; Mixed Chorus 1-4; Girls Glee Club I, 3, 4; Girls Vocol Ensemble 3, 4; F. H. A. 1-4; Y-Tcens 1-4; Thcsplons 3. 4; Pep Club 1-4; Senior Ploy; Junior Ploy; Junior Ploy Stoge Crew. STEVE KAUFMAN Bond 1-4; 8ross Choir 1-4; Bross 6 2-4; Mixed Chorus 1-4; Boys Octet 3. 4; Boys Glee Club 1, 3, 4,- Mixed Ensemblo 3, 4; Hi-Y 1-4; Hi-Y Cabinet 2, 3; Thespians 1-4; Thespians President 4; Closs Vice-Presi- dent 2; Speech Arts 1-3; One Act Ploy 3; Senior Play; Jun- ior Ploy; Footboll 1-4; 8osket- boll 1-4; Trod 1-4, NANCY JO LAING F. H. A. 1-4; Y-Teens 1-4; Y- Teen Cobinet 3, 4; Thespions 1- 4; Pep Club 1-4; Student Council 3; Debotc 3, 4; Speech Arts 2-4; librarian 3: Year- book Staff 4; 8oostcr Stoll 4. DEA INGRAM Bond 1-4; Woodwind Choir 2, 3; Mixed Chorus 1-4; Girls Glee Club 1-4; Girls Ensemble 2, 3; F. H. A. 1-4; Y-Teens 1-4; Stu- dent Council 2; Senior Ploy; Basketboll Queen 4; Inlromurols 1. 2. DICK HEADBERG Hi-Y 1-3; Senior Ploy Stoge Crew; Tennis I, 2. 4; Track 3, 4; Booster Stoll 4. VICKIE McKEE Bond 2-4; Miicd Chorus 2-4; Girls Glee Club 1-4; Girls Vocol Ensemble 3, 4; F. H. A. 1-4; Y-Teens 1-4; Thespians 1-4; Pep Club 1-4; Senior Ploy; Sen- ior Ploy Stoge Crew; Intro- murals 2. CAROLYN JOYNER Bond 1-4; Sox Quartet 1, 4; Mixed Chorus 1-4; Girls Glee Club 1-4; Girls Vocol Ensemble 1-4; Mixed Ensemble 2-4; F. H. A. 1-4; Y-Teens 1-4; Thespians 1-4; Cheerleader 2. 3; Pep Club 1 -4,- Senior Ploy; Junior Ploy; Footboll Queen Attendant 1; Tennis 1-3; li- brorian 2. LYNDA LANE Bond 1-4; Clorinet Quartet 1-4; Woodwind Ensemble 1-4; Mixed Ensemble 1-3; Girls Glee Club 2, 3; F. H. A. 1-4; Y-Teens 1-4; Y-Tecn Cabinet; Pep Club 1-4; Student Council 4; Senior Ploy: Junior Ploy; Intramurals 1; Yeorbook Stoll 3. 4. SUZANNE MESSNER Bond 3, 4; Mixed Chorus 1-4; Girls Glee Club 1-4,- Girls Vo- col Ensemble 1-4; Mixed En- semble 3, 4; F. H. A. 1-4; Y-Teens 1-4; Pep Club 1-4; Sen- ior Ploy. 15RONNIE MEYER Hi.Y 1.4; Student Council 3. 4; Student Council President 4; Footboll 1-4; Bosketboll 1-4; Tennis 4: Trock 1-4; Booster Stoff 4; A-Club 3. 4. BILL NEWLIN Mixed Chorus 1-4; Boys Ensem- ble 4; Boys Glee Club 1-4; Mixed Ensemble 4; Hi-Y 1-3; Hi-Y President 3; Closs Presi- dent 1; Closs Cheerleader 3; Senior Ploy: Senior Ploy Stage Crew; Footboll 2-4; 8osketboll 1-4; Trock 1-4; Booster Staff; A-Club 3. 4. DE ANN OLAA1STEAD Bond 1-4; Clorinet Ouorlet 1-4; Clorinet IS 1-3; Mixed Chorus 1-4; Girls Glee Club 1-4; Girls Vocol Ensemble 1-4; F. H. A. 1-4; Y-Tccns 1-4; Thcspions 1-4; Chcerlcedor 2, 4; Pop Club 1-4; Speech Arts 4; Senior Ploy; Junior Ploy; Bosketboll Queen 3; Tennis 1-4; Senior Ploy Sloge Crew; Junior Ploy Stage Crew; Intromurals 1-3. VALORIE MILLS 8ond 1-4; 8ross Choir 2. 4- Mixed Chorus 3. 4,- Girls Glee Club 1-4; F. H. A. 1-4; Y- Teens 1-4; Pep Club 1-4; Senior Ploy; Senior Ploy Stogo Crew; Bosketboll Queen 2. BETTE MORRIS F. H. A. 1; Y-Teens 1-4; Office Assistant 4; Booster Stoff 4; Booster Stoff Editor 4. LONNIE NICHOLS Footboll 1-4; Bosketboll I; Trock 1-3. PRISCILLA NORMAN Bond 3; F. H. A. 1-4; Y- Teens 1-4; Booster Stoff 4. i M SHARYL REOFERN Bond 1-4; Sox Quartet 3; F. H. A. 1-4; Pep Club 1-4; Mixed Chorus 2-4; Girls Glee Club 1-4; Closs Secretary-Treas- urer 4; Intromurals 1-3. Boys State DOUG DUSENBURY and STEVE KAUFMAN 16DONNA SCOTT Band 1-4; Mixed Chorus; Girls Glee Club 1-4; Girls Vocol En- semble 1-4; F. H. A. 1-4; Y- Teens 1-4; Pep Club 1-4; Speech Arts 4. MARILYN TAGUE Band 1-4; Woodwind Choir 2-4; Mixed Chorus 1-4; Girls Glee Club 1-4; Girls Vocal Ensemble 3. 4; F. H. A. 1-4; Y-Teens 1-4; Closs Secreiary-Treoturer 2; Pep Club 1-4; Senior Ploy; Foorboll Queen 2. Girls Slate MARILEE CARR and LOUANN COUCH ANN WILSON Band 1-3; Mixed Chorus 1-4; Girls Glee Club 3, 4; Girls Vocol Ensemble 3, 4; F. H. A. 1-4; Y-Teens 1-4; Pep Club 1-4; Senior Ploy; 8osketboll 4; Queen Ationdont 4,- Bc-osrcr Stoll; Ycorbook Stoll; Closs Cheerleader 2. CRAIG SMITH Bond 1-4; Mixed Chorus 1-4; Boys Glee Club 1-4; H.-Y 1-4; Hi-Y Cabinet 4; Thespians 1; Closs President 2; Class Vice- President 4; Student Council I; Senior Ploy; Football 1-4; 8os- ketboll I; Tennis 3, 4,- Track 1, 2. RONNIE UNDERWOOD Closs President I; Bosketboll 1; Booster Staff 4. AVERY WILSON Hi-Y I, 2; Footboll 1-4; Bosket- boll 1-4; Trock 1-4; 8oosfer Stoll; A-Club 3, 4; A-Club Cabinet 4. KAREN SWAFFORD 8ond 1; F. H. A. 1-4; Y-Teens 1-4; Pep Club 1-4; librarian I, 2. ROSIE WALKER Y-Teens 4; Pep Club 4; Booster Stoll 4. PAULA WILSON Mixed Chorus I. 2. 4; Girls Glee Club 1-4; F. H. A. 1-4; Y-Teens 1-4; Y-Teen Cabinet 3. 4; Y-Teen President 4; Pep Club 1-4; Booster Stoll. 17NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Front row: lynne Albright, Marilee Carr, DeAnn Olmstead, Marilyn Tague. Bock row: Lynda Lane, Louann Couch, Curtis Harris, Doug Dusenbury, Carolyn Joyner. 18 Sponsored by SUPREME MARKETSponsored by HOYTER LAND CO. and BARRETT AGENCY 19MRS. McTHING PLAY CAST: Sandra Smith Ruth Mathews Barbara George Sherry Harris Lynne Hunter Marsha Bradley Charlotte Hamilton Pat Study Richard Hall R. C. Ghormley Dean Shaw Ronnie Gould Georgia Durant Mary Payne Lyle Maninger Eugene Noah Carolyn Hager Pat Cooper 20 Sponsored by McCLEllAN "66" SERVICE and ALLENSWORTH LUMBER COMPANYCLASS OF 1962 THE CLASS OFFICERS WERE: Star Lear—Vice-President; Sandra Smith—Secretary-Treasurer; Stan Hayter— President. Mary Payne and Phil Miller—Student Council Representatives. Pam Wiscgorvcr and Eddie Newlin—Class Cheer- leaders; Charlotte Hamilton and Lyle Maningcr —Den Committee Representatives. 21 Sponsored by MEADOR'S CLOTHING and CITIZENS' NATIONAL BANKPicture Not Available Tony Anderson Harold Bohnert Ronald Bonham Marsha Bradley Bill Clayton Jack Co.fman Stove Downing Connie Coon Linda Duran Pat Cooper Dan Davis Lydia Duran Georgia Durant 22 Sponsored by ELLIOTT MORTUARY and WOOD'S MUSIC JEWELRYGlenda Durant R. C. Ghormley Clair Duwe Ronnie Gould Bill Eckcr David Graves Beverly Garlow Carolyn Hager Richard Hall Charlotte Hamilton Tom Harmon Sherry Harris 23Wendy Hodges Donna Hoopcs Edward jones Karen Knorp Charles Laing Sherry Meade Stanley Lear Phil Miller Lyle Maninger Doris Morris Roth Mathews Eddie Ncwlin 24Carolyn Patterson Picture Not Available Ronnie Hess Denicsc Patterson Lynn Hunter Mary Payne Randy Perry Karen Nichols Eugene Noah Charles Pohlenz Gary Puls Marilyn Ritter Juanita Salser Dean Shaw 25Stanley Stark Pat Stucky Joleen Turner Mary Kay Shcrar Bill Smith Sandra Smith Bobby Wahl Howard Stamm Larry Welch Joy Whitaker Helen Wilson Pam Wisegarver Johnny Yeary 26 Sponsored by THRIFT OIL COMPANY and MUELLER BROS.sruDfwr council Chuck Knorp Jeon Shellhammer Sec.-Treas, Janet Laing President, Mickey Wcibcrg Vicc-Pres., Linda Ryan Mary Eaton—Victory Osborn INTRAMURAL DIRECTORS Kathy Sturns Stan Wethingfon CLASS CHEERLEADERS Shcril Mize Kent Wilson Sponsored by CLEVELAND CLEANERS and ANTHONY PLUMBINGJudy Dickey Janet Duncan Alta Duwe I graduate to bubbles next. The calm before the storm. I wish I may, I wish I might. Ernest Adkisson Carol Appling Mary Bcsore Virginia Byas Howard Carr Rita Carroll Stephen Clutter Carolyn Coon Donald Cooper SOPHOMary Eaton R. C. Francis Bill Gates John Gates Terry Goucher Tana Grubb Jenna Jo Hamilton Jimmie Harrison Kathleen Heiser MORES Trudy Hoopcs Jimmy Hudgens Charles Knorp Janet laing Judy Laing Myrtle Lawson Barbara Lewis Cathy Long Everett Martens 29Sheril Atoe Donna Moler Patsy Moler Marianne Morrow Marvin Noah Patricia Norman Jean says "My baby and me." Look at those legs. A star is born. SOPHO John Nye Victor Osborn Julia Pollard Linda Robinson Rodney Roundy Linda Ryan 30 Nyna Sechler Ronnie Sharp Jean ShellhammerNancy Stover Nancy Jo Stuchol Kathy Sturns Linda Swafford Johnie Walker Judy Warden Mickey Wcibcrg Robert Welch Stanley Wethington MORESCLASS OFFICERS: Cathy Payne, presi- dent; Connie Carr, vice-president; and Pat Roach, secretary; visit in the home economics room. Sponsored by ROACH CHEVROLET CO. and COON'S FRESHMEN PIRATES DEN COAUAITTEE MEMBERS- Sherry Hughes and Grant Scchler. STUDENT COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVES-Marcia Cozart and Bill Puls. — Dana CLASS CHEERLEADERS Dial and Jim Hatfield.Richard Davis Dana Dial Darryl Dodgcn Lois Downing Robert Drosselmeyer 33Janet Duffy Lola Duran Laura Dyke Myrna Frank James Gates Jim Hatfield Dennis Hendershot Lynda Hess FRES Larry Huddleston Mary Hudgens Sherri Hughes Carol Jo Irvin Linda Keller Kay Magby Tom Mangcn Don Maniger Junca McKee David Miller 34 Sponsored by FRAZIER'S SEED and DUCKWALL'SMrs. Caton's and Mrs. Davis' Third Grade room HMEN Picture Not Available Linda Moses Tom Munn Marlin Norman Cathy Payne Charles Potts 35 Jim Prouse Bill Puls Louise Reneau Steve Reynolds Charles RitterPot Roach Susan Saljcr Grant Sechlcr Gary Sherman Debra Small Kirk Snyder 36 Charles Wells Connie Wharton Jerry Yeary Eldon Youncc Mary Jane ZuberFront row: D. Ingram, C. Joyner, M. Taguc, L. Couch, I. Lone, G. George, S. Johnston, V. Wills, D. Scott, K. Hall, D. Olmstead, S. Redfern, M. Carr, I. Albright, A. Wilson, P. Cooper. Second row.- C. Coon, M. Zuber, L. Downing, K. Nichols, C. Patterson, D. Patterson, J. Salser, D. Hoopes, M. Shcrar, R. Mathews, K. Heiser, J. Hamilton, C. Long, N. Stuchal, M, Besore, C. Roundy, J. Worden. Third row: K. Swafford, K. Magby, C. Hager, P. Birchenough, P. Norman, H. Wilson, J. Turner, P. Norman, M. Morrow, tA. Hudgens, $. Armstrong, T. Hoopes, J. Laing, I. Butz, C. Payne, S. Salser, M. Stith: Fourth row: P. Wisegarver, L. Hunter, W. Hodges, K. Knorp, N. Laing, M. Aleshire, P. Roach, K. Stums, C. Coon, M. Bradley, A. Duwe, J. Dickey, J. Shellhammer, B. Whcaly, L. Robinson, R. Carroll, T. Grubb. Fifth row: N. Stover, V. McKee, S. Messncr, S. Meade, D. Atorris, J. Duncan, J. Laing, L. Ryan, M. Frank, C. Wharton, L. Watkins, L. Swafford, C. Hatfield, P. Wilson. Sixth row: N. Scchler, V. Byos, R. Byers, B. Morris, R. Walker, B. Garlow, S. Harris, M. Cozarf, J. Duffy, D. Dial, J. Coon, S. Smith, M. Payne, S. Hughes, L. Dyke, C. Burke, C. Fultz, S. Grubb, Unknown, C. Carr, C. Appling. COAWITTEE CHAIRA N—Front row: Mary Payne, member- ship; Sandra Smith, music; Dc Ann Olmstead, social; Linda Ryan, pianist. Back row: Ann Wilson, worship; Nancy Jo Laing, program; Lynda Lane, publicity; Louann Couch, v orld fellowship. From the book sale in August to the Joint installation in May, the Y-Teen calendar is full of events. Highlights include the Mother- Daughter Banquet, Father - Daughter Fun Fest, and Big-Little Heart Sisters. Committees completed many worthwhile projects for Christmas delivery. Y-Teen girls did baby- sitting for P.T.A. throughout the year, and adopted a Greek girl as a special project. OFFICERS—Front row: Paula Wilson, president; Mary Payne, vice-president. Back row: Lynne Albright, student council; Pam Wisegarver, treasurer; Kathy Sturns, secretory; Mrs. Gering, sponsor. Y-TEENS 38 Sponsored by SAM P. WALLINGFORD GRAIN CO. and OKLAHOMA TIRE SUPPLY CO.OFFICERS—Front row: Craig Smith, secretary; Eugene Noah, vice- president; Mickey Weiberg, treasurer. Sack row: Jack Hadsall, presi- dent; Mr. Coon and Mr. Wilt, sponsors. OFFICERS: Richard Hall, student council; Steve Clutter, devo- tion chairman; Leslie Hatfield, program chairman. Twenty-five bundles of clothing were collected through the joint efforts of the Hi-Y, Y-Teens, for the Save the Children Federation. A membership pic- nic, the Thankgiving Assembly, and participation in the World Week of Prayer and World Fellowship were «• other activities of the Hi-Y. Front row: J. Gates, G. Sechler, J. Hatfield, J. Hadsall, I. Hatfield, I. Allen, P. Dial, C. Duwe, S. Lear. Second row: E. Younce, J. Hudgens, J. Walker, R. Sharp, D. Dillon, C. Smith, B. Eckcr, R. Hall. Third row: S. Wcthington, E. Nowlin, R. Francis, J. Nye, J. Gates, M. Noah, L. Huddleston, R. Perry. Fourth row: S. Stark, S. Clutter, C. Wells, D. Ateninger, C. Pohlcnz, M. Armstrong, J. Adkisson, D. Hendershot. Fifth row: C. Harris, R. Meyer, R. Eichor, S. Hayter, E. Noah, A . Weiberg, E. Adkisson, B. Drosscl- meyer. Sponsored by ANTHONY FLORAL and MEADORS DRIVE-IN ALARKET 39PEP CLUB Pep Club bought a banner having a purple Pirate and trimming with a gold background. This was on display at every home basketball game. The four cheer- leaders holding the banner are Carolyn Jacobsen, Charlotte Hamilton, De Ann Olmstead, and Marilee Carr. Sponsored by NORMA'S and JETT'S Front row: N. Sechler, K. Swafford, C. Joyner, D. Ingram, M. Tague, L. Couch, S. Johnson, P. Birchenough, V. Mills, K. Hall, K. Knorp, W. Hodges, G. Durant, L. Duran, M. Aleshire, t. Duran. Second row.- J. Duncan, D. Morris, S. Meade, S. Smith, C. Hager, D. Patterson, J. Salser, D. Hoopes, H. Wilson, M. Bradley, C. Wharton, L. Watkins, M. Frank, N. Stuchal, M. Cozart, S. Hughes, J. McKee. Third row: J. Coon, J. Duffy, D. Dial, L. Duran, S. Harris, I. Hess, N. Stover, M. Morrow, V. Byas, J. Shellhammcr, J. Laing, T. Grubb, L. Robinson, B. Whealy, C. Roundy, P. Wilson, P. Roach, P. Wiscgarver. Fourth row: S. Rcdfern, M. Ritter, R. Walker, L. Hunter, N. Laing, S. Grubb, V. McKee, K. Hciscr, C. Carr, C. Coon, A. Duwc, J. Dicky, L. Swafford, C. Burke, R. Carroll, C. Payne, C. Long. Fifth row: L. Lane, C. Coon, M. Shcrar, R. Mathews, S. Armstrong, M. Zuber, R. Ryder, J. Laing, I. Ryan, K. Sturns, C. Fultz, C. Appling, J. Warden, C. Hatfield. Lost row: M. Fraizer, S. Messner, C. Jacobsen, M. Carr, D. Olmstead, C. Hamilton, D. Scott, J. Turner, M. Besoro, P. Cooper, A. Wilson, L. Albright, M. Payne, B. Lewis, S. Salser.Front row: J. Coffman, S. Kaufman, L. Hatfield, P. Stucky, G. Puls, T. Harmon. Second row: R. Francis, J. Hadsall, T. Fankhauser, L. Allen, R. Eichor, C. Knorp. Third row: Sponsor, Strimplc, S. Wethington, J. Nyc, A. Wilson, R. Meyer, M. Armstrong, J. Adkisson. Last row: V. Osborn, S. Clutter, L. Maninger, E. Noah, J. Carothers, 0. Duscnbury, Sponsor, Shurlcy. The ringing of the bell after each touchdown became a new tradition this year, when the A-Club presented a gold bell with purple lettering to the student body. The club officers are Eugene Noah, Leslie Hatfield, Avery Wilson, Doug Dus- enbury, Ricky Eichor, Lyle Maninger, and Maurice Armstrong. Sponsored by PIPER'S and SAFEWAY 41Efims Sfr'ji Front row: Paula Wilson, Lynne Albright, Janet Laing, Nancy Laing, Ann Wilson, Kathy Hall, Lynda Lane, Sheril Mize. Back row: Curtis Harris, Jean Shellhammer, Mary Kay Shcrar, Marcia Cozart, Juanita Salser, Ruth Mathews, Diane Buck, Maurice Armstrong, Pat Stucky. THE JOLLY ROGER YEARBOOK STAFF Lynne Albright, Editor Pat Stucky, Assistant Editor Maurice Armstrong, Managing Editor Lynda Lane, Art Editor Curtis Harris, Photographer Kathy Hall, Senior Editor Juanita Salser, Junior Editor Sheril Mize, Sophomore Editor Marcia Cozart, Freshman Editor Diane Buck Mary Kay Sherar Ruth Mathews Paula Wilson Janet Laing Nancy Jo Laing Ann Wilson Jean Shellhammer Mrs. Cozart, Sponsor Sponsored by DR. POHLENZ 42 DENNY'S BARBER SHOPBOOSTER STAFF—Front row: Allen Hudgens, Dick Headberg, Maurice Armstrong, Ronnie Meyer, David Dillon, Bill Newlin, Avery Wilson. Second row: Opal Eckcr, Paula Wilson, Nancy laing, Ann Wilson, Kathy Hall, Rosie Walker. Back row: Loretta Doolin, Carol Burke, John Carothcrs, Carolyn Hatfield, Ronna Byers, Sharon Grubb, Ronnie Underwood, Bette Morris, Priscilla Norman. Not pictured: Corcne Fultz and Carol Hcnnarichs. THE BOOSTER FIRST SEMESTER Nancy Laing ..................... Editor Ann Wilson ......... Circulation Editor Ronnie Meyer....................Managing Editor Maurice Armstrong ........ Sports Editor Ronnie Underwood ....... Photographer SECOND SEMESTER Bette Morris ................... Editor David Dillon ....... Circulation Editor Ronnie Meyer...................Managing Editor Bill Newlin ............. Sports Editor Ronnie Underwood -------- Photographer Mrs. Cozart, SponsorMEMBERS—Front row: Vickie McKee, Sharon Johnston, Ann Wilson, Karen Knorp, Mary Lou Frazier, Marilyn Tague, DeAnn Olmstcod, Carolyn Joyner. Second row: Wendy Hodges, Kathy Sturns, Chorlotto Hamilton, Sherry Harris, Janet laing, Tana Grubb, Judy Laing, Donna Hoopes, Helen Wilson, Glenda Durant. Third row: Janet Duncan, Lynne Albright, Phyllis Birchcnough, Nancy Jo Laing, Nancy Stuchal, Carol Appling, Marilcc Carr, Carolyn Jacobsen. Back row: Pat Stucky, Steve Kaufman, John Carothers, Curtis Harris, Doug Dusenbury, Ron- nie Gould. THESPIANS Eleven Thespians received membership in Na- tional Thespians this year. They were: Ronnie Gould, Karen Knorp, Wendy Hodges, Charlotte Hamilton, Sherry Harris, Pat Stucky, Nancy Jo Stuchal, Janet Duncan, Sheril Mize, Richard Hall and Kathy Sturns. Best Thespian awards went to Mary Lou Frazier and De Ann Olmstead. Best Actor was Pat Stucky and Best Actress was Lynne Albright. Ratings in Speech Arts included: S.K.L., five I's, four M's and one IV. District, four I's, three M's and one III. State, one I, two ll's, and one III. SPEECH ARTS DEBATE — Front row: Diane Buck, Lynne Albright, Nancy Jo Laing. Back row: Mrj. Cozart, sponsor; Mary Lou Frazier, Marcia Dozart. SPEECH— Front row: Lynne Albright, Nancy Jo Laing, Sheril Mize, DeAnn Olmstead, Lynda Lane. Back row: Marcia Cozart, Phyllis Birchenough, Marsha Bradley, Pat Stucky, Leslie Hatfield, Mrs. Jen- sen, sponsor. PLEDGES—Front row: Sherry Hughes, Pat Roach, Marcia Cozart, Diane Buck, Marsha Bradley, Dana Dial. Bock row: Karen Knorp, Linda Watkins, R. C. Ghormley, Mary Payne, Mrs. Jensen, sponsor. 44 Sponsored by COUCH'S and FANKHAUSER'SFront row.- Deo Ingram, Carolyn Joyner, Carolyn Jacobsen, Marilyn Taguc, Louann Couch, Lynda Lone, Lynda Hess, Connie Carr, Janie Coon, Dana Dial, Janet Duffy, Sherri Hughes, Marcia Cozort, Ann Wilson, Pat Cooper. Second row; Connie Coon, Mary Jane Zuber, Lois Downing, Karen Nichols, Carolyn Patterson, Deniese Patterson, Juanita Salser, Donna Hoopes, Mary K. Sherar, Georgia Durant, Lola Duran, Kathleen Heiser, Cathy Long, Nancy Jo Stuchal, Carolyn Roundy, Judy Warden. Third row: Priscilla Norman, Barbara George, Carolyn Hager, Helen Wilson, Joleen Turner, Patty Norman, Marianne Morrow, Mary Hudgens, Ronnie Ryder, Sherry Armstrong, Trudy Hoopes, Janet Laing, Linda Butz, Cathy Payne, Susan Salser, Mildred Stith. Fourth row: Donna Scott, Wendy Hodges, Karen Knorp, Charlotte Hamilton, Lydia Duran, Mary Alcshirc, Pat Roach, Kathy Sturns, Carolyn Coon, Marsha Bradley, Alta Duv e, Judy Dickey, Jean Shell- hammer, Barbara Whealy, Linda Robinson, Rita Carroll, Tana Grubb. Fifth row: Vickie McKee, Sharon Johnston, Suzanne Messner, Linda Duran, Sherry Meade, Doris Morris, Janet Duncan, Judy Laing, Linda Ryan, Myrna Frank, Connie Wharton, Linda Watkins, Linda Swafford, Carolyn Hatfield, Paula Wilson. Sixth row: Valoric Mills, Phyllis Birchenough, Sharyl Redfern, Nancy J- Laing, DcAnn Olmstead, Marilee Carr, Karen Swafford, Sherry Harris, Sandra Smith, Mary Payne, Carol Burke, A ary Lou Frazier, Kathy Hall, Sharon Grubb. Front row: Marilee Carr, President; Charlotte Hamilton, Vice-President; Kathy Hall, Second Vice-President; Mary Kay Sherar, Treasurer. Second row: Mrs. John- son, Sponsor; Sharon Johnston, Student Council Representative; Janet Laing, Secretary. 45Five boys work out on the parallel bars. GYMNASTICS Bottom row: Rodney Roundy, Pat Stucky, Bob Wahl, Jack Hadsall, Terry Goucher. Second row: Charles laing, Harold Bohnerl, les Hatfield, Jack Coffman. Third row: Craig Smith, Allen Hudgens. Top: Jim Hatfield. Les takes a turnover on the tramp.OFFICERS: Ronnie Meyer, President; Stan Hayter, Vice-President; Wendy Hodges, Secretary-Treasurer; Mr. Winters, Sponsor. CARNIVAL PIRATE AND PIRETTE Tom Harmon and Charlotte Hamilton MEMBERS—First row.- Alary Payne, Wendy Hodges, Ann Wilson, Lynne Albright. Second row: Sharon Johnston, Marcia Cozarf, Lynda Lane, Jean Shellhammer, Mr. Winters. Third row: Bill Puls, les Hatfield, Maurice Armstrong, Pat Stucky. Fourth row: Ronnie Ateyer, Chuck Knorp, Richie Hall, Phil Miller, Stan Hayter. 47PIRATE BAND BAND ROSTER SOLOISTS: Janet Duffy, Pat Roach, Connie Carr, Kirk Snyefer, Bob Drosselmeycr, Stan Hoyter, R. C. Ghormley, Phil Miller, Wendy Hodges, Lynne Albright, Steve Kaufman. FLUTES: Lynne Albright, Sandra Smith, Savilla Hadsall, Janet Duffy, Mary Lou Frazier, Jolccn Turner, Sheril Mize, Mary Aleshirc, Marcia Cozarf, Lola Duran, Roy Magby, Tom Mangen. OBOE: Wendy Hodges. BAS- SON: Pat Stucky. E CLARINET: De Ann Olmstead. B CLARINET: Louann Couch, Lynda Lane, Stan Hayter, Barbara Whcaly, Kirk Snyder, Mary Eaton, Lydia Duran, Lynda Duran, Dennis Hcndershof, Dca Ingram, Vickie McKee, Suzanne Messner, Sherri Hughes, Eldon Younce, Junca McKee, Mary Jane Zubor. BASS CLARINET: Sharon Johnston, Dcniese Patterson. ALTO CLARINET: Marilyn Taguc, Jean Shcllhammcr. CONTRA- BASS CLARINET: Robert Drossclmeyer. ALTO SAX: Curtis Harris, Carolyn Joyner, Karen Knorp, Sherry Harris, Jim Prouse, Dana Dial. TENOR SAX: Sharyl Redfern, Linda Ryan. FRENCH HORNS: R. C. Ghormley, Marilec Carr, Connie Carr. CORNET-TRUMPET: Doug Dusenbury, Steve Kaufman, Phil Miller, Kathy Sturns, Valorie Mills, Pat Dial, Howard Carr, Daryl Dodgen, Richard Davis, Jack Brown. TROMBONE: Jack Hadsall, Tom Fankhauser, Carolyn Hager, Charles Knorp, Pat Roach, Lynda Hess. BARITONE: Charles Pohlcnz, Dan Davis, Jerry Adkisson. BASS: David Graves, Ronald Couch, Richard Hall. PERCUSSION: Craig Smith, Donna Scott.'CLARINET QUARTET: Linda Lane, Sharon John- WOODWIND TRIO: Pol Stucky, ston, Louann Couch, De Ann Olmsteod. Wendy Hodges, Stan Hayter. WOODWIND FIVE: Sandro Smith, Wendy Hodges, Pal Stucky, R. C. Ghormley, Stan Hayter. THE MUSIC DEPARTMENT The vocal and instrumental music departments made a fine showing this year. In addition to giving con- certs in the fall and spring, the mixed chorus also gave concerts at Friends University and Wichita Uni- versity. Ratings at the festivals included nine I's and twelve I I's at S.K.L., twenty I's, one II, and two Ill's at District, and nine I's and nine I I's at the State for instrumental music. BRASS FIVE: Doug Dusenbury, Steve Kaufman, Jerry Ad- kisson, Marilee Carr, R. C. Ghormley. Vocal music also claimed many honors for the most successful year. At S.K.L. Festival nine I's, and five I I's were gained, while at District ten I's, four I I's and one III were received. State Festival winnings included five I's and two Il's. Sponsored by WILLIAMS MOTOR and A. W. HOWARD SONSBRASS 14: Doug Duscnbury, Kathy Sturns, Stove Kaufman, Val Mills, Connie Carr, Marilee Carr, Ronnie Couch, David Graves, Charles Pohlenz, Jerry Adkisson, Darryl Dodgcn, Phil Miller, Tom Fankhauser, Jack Hadsall. CLARINET CHOIR—Front row: Barbara Wheoly, Sharon John- ston, Louann Couch, Lynda Lane, De Ann Olmstead. Back row: Kirk Snyder, Bob Drossclmcycr, Deniccc Patter- son, Marilyn Tague, Jean Shcllhammer. SAXOPHONE 4: Jim Prouse, Karen Knorp, Caro- lyn Joyner, Curtis Harris. FLUTE 5: Savila Hadsall, Jolcen Turner, Sandra Smith, Janet Duffy, Lynne Albright. Sponsored by BUSH PLUMBING CO. and DIAL'SJUNIOR GIRLS' ENSEMBLE—Left to right: Donna Hcopcs, Mary Kay Shcrar, Mary Payne, Pat Cooper, Karen Knorp, Carolyn Hager, Wendy Hodges, Doris Morris, Ruth Mathews, Glenda Durant, Jolccn Turner, Pam Wiscgarver, Helen Wilson, Lydia Duran. VOCAL MUSIC SOLOISTS: Mary Payne, Karen Knorp, Connie Carr, Carolyn Joyner, Bill Newlin, Suzanne Messncr, Sheril Mize, Trudy Hoopes, Marilce Carr. SENIOR GIRLS' ENSEMBLE: Carolyn Joyner, Marilyn Taguc, Paula Wilson, Lynda Lane, Carolyn Jacobsen, Mary Lou Frazier, Sharyl Redfcrn, Louann Couch, Ann Wilson, Sharon Johnston, Lynne Albright, Vickie McKee, Marilee Carr, Suzanne Messner, DeAnn Olmstcad.FRESHMAN-SOPHOMORE ENSEMBLE—Left to right: Connie Carr, Sherry Hughes, Sheril Mize, Linda Watkins, Judy Laing, Nancy Stuchal, Janet Duncan, Pat Roach, Mary Aleshire, Linda Robinson, Barbara Whcely, Trudy Hoopcs, Cathy Payne, MIXED ENSEMBLE—Left to right: Mary Payne, Louann Couch, Karen Knorp, Jerry Adkisson, De Ann Olmstead, Pat Stucky, Carolyn Joyner, R. C. Ghormley, Lynne Albright, Bill Newlin, Ann Wilson, Steve Kaufman, Carolyn Jacobsen, Suzanne Mcssncr, Marilcc Carr. BOYS' ENSEMBLE—Left to right: Lyle Maningcr, Jerry Adkisson, Pat Stucky, Bill Newlin, R. C. Ghormley, Steve Kaufman, Craig Smith, Richard Davis. --- — -MIXED CHORUS—front row: T. Anderson, D. Duienbury, S. Kaufman, P. Stucky, I. Allen, S. Clutter, R. Holi, S. Messner, I. Couch, I. Albright, J. Duffy, J. Coon, H. Wilson, I. Du.'an. Second row: R. Ghormlcy, L. Moningcr, I. Welkins, P. Roach, J. lomg, D. Hoopes, M. Carr, C. Jacobson, M. Frorior, C. Poyne, D. Diol J. Shcllhammcr, K. Slums. Third row: P. Wilson. A. Wilson, G. George, M. Bradley. P. Cooper, K. Knorp, I. Duran, S. Harris, C. Homillon, W. Hodges, L. Duron, D. Morris. Fourth row: M. Tague, C. Joyner. C. Hager, D. Poiierson, M. Aleshire, S. Hughes, B. Whcoly, L. Ryon, N. Stuchol, S. Smith, P. Wisegarver, V. Mills, L. Robinson. Filth row: M. Sheror, R. Mothows, T. Hoopes, D. Scoti, M. Poyno, J. Duncon, D. Olmstcad, S. Redfern, J. Turner, C. Carr, V. McKee, S. Johnston, D. Ingrom. Bock row: E. Mortens, C. Smith, S. Hayter, M. Noob, R. Froncis, R. Gould, M. Weiberg, J. Adkisson, I. Hatfield, D. Stucky, 0. M-oninger, T. Mongen. Accompanists |inser!s) left: Jonot Duncon. Right: Trudy Hoopes. GIRLS GLEE CLUB—Front row: M. Cozort, M. Hudgens, I. Butx, M. Stilh. S. Armstrong, I. Dyke, C. Fultz, S. Mestner, I. Couch, J. Duffy, J. Coon, H. Wilson, L. Duran, T. Grubb. Second row: C. Whorlon, M. Frank, I. Watkins, P. Roach, J. loing, D. Hoopes, M. Carr, C. Jacobsen, M. Frozicr, C. Poyne, D. Diol, J. Shollhommor. K. Stums, N. Scchler. Third row: I. Hunter, P. Wilson, A. Wilson, G. George, M. Brodley, P. Cooper, K. Knorp, I. Ouron, S. Harris, C. Homilton, W. Hodges, L. Duron, 0. Marris. R. Ryder. Fourth row: K. Heiser, M. Togue, C. Joyner, C. Hager, D. Poltorson, M. Aleshire, S. Hughes, 8. Whealy, I. Ryah, N. Stuchol, S. Smith, P. Wisegorver, V. Mills, I. Robinson, M. Zuber. Bock row: M. Sheror, R. Mothews, T. Hoopes, D. Scott, M. Poyne, J. Duncan, D. Olmstood, S. Redfern, J. Turner, C. Carr, V. McKee, S. Johnston, D. Ingrom. Accompanists (inserts) Top: Jeon Shcllhammcr, Middle: Pol Rooch, Bottom: Connie Corr. BOYS GLEE CIU8—Front row: J. Gates, T. Mongen, 0. Stucky, D. Hendershot, E. Adkisson, J. Gotes, R. Froncis, M. Noah, C. Knorp, S. Reynolds, R. Davis. Socond row: C. Ritter, D. Dodgen, I. Allen, D. Maninger, R. Gould, R. Hall, J. Nyc. C. Smith, I. Moningcr, E.' Mortins. Third row. I. Stark, M. Weiberg, P. Stucky, S. Clutter, R. Ghormlcy, I. Hotficld, J. Adkisson, T. Anderson, S. Kaufman, 8. V.'ohl,Bottom row: Steve Reynolds, Kirk Snyder, Jack Brown, Doug Stocky, Bill Puls, Larry Huddleston, Darryl Dodgen, Jerry Yeary, Bob Drossclmeyer, Charlie Wells. Second row: Bill Gates, Eddie Newlin, Charles Potts, Maurice Armstrong, Marvin Noah, Gary Puls, Tom Harmon, Johnny Yeary, R. C. Francis, Steve Downing, Charles Knorp, Pat Stucky, Stanley Lear. Third row: Avery Wilson, Lyle Maninger, Jack Coffman, Les Hatfield, Doug Dusenbury, Stan Wcthington, Eugene Noah, R. C. Ghormley, Bill Newlin, Steve Kaufman, Victory Osborn, Steve Clutter, John Nyc, Ronnie Meyer. Avery Wilson set a new S.K.L. record of 12'3" in pole vault. Sponsored by HODSON ELECTRIC and FANNING STUDIO I TRACK The Anthony thinclads, under the direction of Clyde Strimple and Jim Williams, established themselves as a leading track team in the S. K. L. Dusenbury, Wilson, Yeary, Ghormley, Stucky, B. Newlin, Hatfield, Maninger, Armstrong, Coff- man, Kaufman, Clutter, Meyer, and Lear qualified for regionals and Dusenbury, Yeary, Ghormley, Stucky, B. Newlin, Kaufman and Lear entered the state meet. Wes Santee starts R. C. Ghorm- ley at the 39th Annual An- thony Relays, which are the oldest and largest in Kansas. 55Back row: M. Weibcrg, E. Mortens, $. Clutter, J. Carothcrs, S. Stark, P. Miller, B. Newlin, E. Noah, T. Harmon, R. Perry, B. Gates, S. Wethington, D. Dusenbury. Middle row: L. Maninger, P. Stocky, R. C. Francis, J. Hadsall, J. Adkisson, J. Nyc, L. Hatfield, L. Nichols, E. Newlin, G. Puls, S. Kaufman, front row: A. Wilson, C. Knorp, M. Noah, K. Wilson, I. Allen, R. Bonham, T. Fonkhouscr, R. Eichor, S. Downing, J. Ycary, R. Meyer. Doug fights for yardage. The Pirates attack the enemy. The Anthony Pirates, under the direc- tion of Coach Strimple, fought hard and captured second in SKL. What'll I do now?Anthony ................................................. 21 Valley Center 20 Anthony ................................................. 12 Medicine Lodge .............................................. 0 Anthony ............................................... 20 Kinsley ..................................................... 7 Anthony .... 7 Mulvane .................................................20 Anthony ................................................. 13 Caldwell ..................................................26 Anthony Kiowa Anthony Attica . Anthony Harper Anthony Kingman Back row: C. Potts, C. Wells, B. Drossclmeyer, J. Hotfidd, D. Maninger, I. Starks. Middle row. J. Brown, R. Couch, L. Huddleston, J. Ycary, G. Sechlcr, D. Stucky. Front row: C. Ritter, K. Snyder, B. Puls, D. Dodgcn, T. Mangen, D. Hcndershot, G. Sherman. •»K%The victorious Anthony Pirate cagers are: Ronnie Meyer, Lcs Hatfield, Mick Weibcrg, John Carothers, Curtis Harris, Bill Newlin, Doug Dusenbury, Edward Jones, Avery Wilson, and (not pictured) Steve Kaufman. Mike out-jumps, out-shoots the Indians. Anthony racks up another point as Doug makes a frcc-throw and Steve gets ready for the rebound.Doug jumps high and scores. Sponsored by ANTHONY CO-OP 59 Members of the hard-hitting second team arc: C. Knorp, G. Puls, R. C. Francis, E. Nowlin, T. Harmon, J. Nye, S. Wethington, V. Osborn, W. Anderson, S. Hoyter, L. Maningcr, and J. Gates. Anthony Kingman Anthony Attica.. Anthony Caldwell Anthony .............46 AAedicine Lodge ..... 47 Anthony ............. 59 Harper ..............40 Anthony .............57 Goddard ..............62 Anthony ..............46 Valley Center ........58 CALDWELL INVITATIONAL Anthony Caldwell .............62 Anthony ..............50 Peabody ..............61 Anthony 37 Kiowa ................35 Anthony ..............58 Kingman ..............65 Anthony ..............63 Attica .............. 58 Anthony ..............61 Caldwell .............54 Anthony ..............57 Valley Center ........53 Anthony ............. 56 Medicine Lodge ...... 61 Anthony ..............72 Cunningham ........ 65 Anthony ...........54 Kiowa ..............44 Anthony . ..........61 Harper ............ 60 DISTRICT TOURNAMENT Anthony ...........59 Harper .............48 Anthony ...........67 Mulvane ...........66 REGIONAL TOURNAMENT Anthony ...........67 Kinsley ........... 53 Anthony ..........-51 Mulvane ...........54 Assisted by Bill and Ronnie, Mick makes another basket.TENNIS S. K. L CHAMPS The Anthony tennis squad, coached by J. W. Shurley, had a very good season. By meeting stiff double "A" competition, the squad gained much valuable experience. This experience helped send both Mick Weiberg, a sophomore, and Doug Dusenbury, a Senior, to the state tournament. Doug Dusenbury slate tennis champ '59-'60; '60.'61. Grant Sochler, Jim Hatfield, Curtis Harris, Mick Weiberg, Edward Jones, Avery Wilson. EDWARD JONES MICK WEIBERGDOUG PAM DUSENBUR Y WISEGARVER Sponsored by ROCK ISLAND LUMBER CO. and C S WELDINGLINDA RYAN KATHY PAYNE ATTENDANTS CAROLYN )ACOBSEBASKETBALL QUEEN DEA INGRAM ATTENDANTS ANN WILSON CHARLOTTE HAMILTON MARSHA BRADLEY CONNIE CARRQUEEN LOUANN COUCH ATTENDANTS LYNDA LANE LYNNE ALBRIGHT BARBARA WHEAlY ANN WILSON RELAYSi I i i i i■fi»!

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