Anthony High School - Jolly Roger Yearbook (Anthony, KS)
- Class of 1962
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The members of School District
9953 are: Vic Eliott, Vice-Presidentg
Dale Knorp, Memberg Edgar Barrett,
Memberg Mr. Stucky, Jim Newton,
Memberg Lloyd Miller, Presidentg
Emma Jess, Clerkg and Mayford
ANTHONY HIGH SCHOOL
STUDENTS OF ANTHONYWHIGH SCHOOL
The 196l-62 school term has come to a successful close. The flight
of the astronaut, Colonel John Glenn, must establish more firmly in your
minds the need of accepting more personal responsibility and preparing
for the task ahead.
Although you haveencountered unforeseen irregularities and disappoint-
ments, the school year has been successful for you. You have continued to mold
your character, personality, integrity, and personal responsibility to the image
that you desire.
This volume contains some of the records that you have made in this
building process, lf the records are not suitable, may you have the courage
to change your plans and work towards future years of success and happiness,
Mose Stucky, Superintgdent
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The group of people on this page contribute in
many ways to the welfare of Anthony High School.
MARY MILLER CLAUDINE GERING BETTE MORRIS OLIVE GHORMLEY
Nurse Records Clerk Secretary Part-time Secretary
JIM PRICE MARVIN HAGER
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buy books, to pay shop fees, to ask for information. Miss Emma Jess is always
there, ready with an answer to all problems. For many years Anthony High School
students have been accustomed to Miss Jess' efficient help.
To you, Miss Emma Jess, the staff of the Jolly Roger dedicates this 1962 book.
We wish to express our gratitude for the many services you have so unselfishly
given to us.
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Clinton Wilt has taught in Anthony two years. He
teaches chemistry, general science, general math and alge-
bra. Mr. Wilt graduated from Kansas State College of
Pittsburg and received his lVlaster's Degree there.
L. W. Bittle teaches biology, physics, and general science.
He has taught in Anthony one year and got his teacher
training at Southwestern College at Winfield.
Chemistry students watch a class dem- Mr. Bittle explains the principle of the A class of eager freshmen take
onstration of water distillation. pendulum to his physics class. one of Mr. Wilt's tests.
Advanced Algebra students mob Mr.
Strimple for HELP.
J. W. Shurley taught American History to all the juniors and seniors this year.
This is his second year in Anthony and he received his degree at Northwestern
State College, Alva, Oklahoma.
Bill Bayless came to Anthony High from Lincoln Junior High this year. He is
our counselor and teaches health and orientation. Mr. Bayless attended North-
western State College also.
Jim Williams has taught drivers' education for two years after graduating from
University of Wichita.
Freshman health students learn Several drivers' education boys practice Enthusiastic American History students
the parts of the body. steering at the football field. mutilate the newspaper for current
events while the librarian tries to
Mr. Strimple's "shot-gun tests" will
always be remembered by his geog-
Clyde Strlmple teaches geometry and ad
vanced algebra classes. He is also the head
football coach. ThlS IS his 5th year of teachlng
in Anthony. He attended college at Washburn
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Mrs. Blair teaches typing, office practice and short-
hand. This is her first year in Anthony. She grad-
uated from Northwestern State Teachers College.
Miss Wiens teaches typing and Sophomore English.
This is her first year at Anthony also. She graduated
from Emporia State Teachers College.
The Spanish II students pre-
sent an original play "To the
Bullfight' written in Spanish.
The QffiCC .PFHCQCC A student is trying to do her A second hour typing student
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Stfllcted bY MTS- Blair the rest of the class is typing.
on how to use the light
A French I class works in the
new language laboratory.
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Mrs. Mary Smith teaches French and Spanish and
is our Librarian. She graduated from Fort Hays
Kansas State College and has taught in Anthony
Foods students make Christmas
Mrs. Esther Johnson has taught
home economics in ,Anthony for
13 years. She received her degree
from College of Emporia.
Girls enrolled in Family Seniors gather last minute facts Students in speech class get used
living examine suits made in at the library for their research to appearing in public by play
this class. papers. ing a rousing game of charades
Miss Uhles flefti, teaches Junior and Freshman
English. She also directed the Junior and Senior
plays. Miss Uhles graduated from Southwestern State
College at Weatherford, Oklahoma, with a B.A. in
education. This is her first year of teaching.
Mrs. Cozart Crighti, has taught in Anthony four
years. She attended school at Phillips University in
Enid. She teaches one Freshman English class, all
Senior English and two speech classes.
Miss Wiens teaches Sophomore English as well as
several Business Courses.
Ralph Johnston teaches woodworking, arts and crafts, me-
chanical drawing, and general shop. He has taught in Anthony
High for 21 years. He received his A.B. from McPherson
College and his Master's from Colorado State.
Fred Webb teaches auto mechanics, metal work, and general
shop. This is his second year in Anthony. He received his
training at Fort Hays State College.
Several boys are hard at W0fk in the W00dW0fk' Two auto mechanics students check the auto-
ing department. mobile engines.
Three girls work hard on pull-ups The IJOYS, IJhYSiCa1 9dUC3ti0H ClaSS
in physical education. construct a human pyramid.
Lyle Wall teaches boys, and girls' physical education.
He received his degree from Kansas State of Emporia
and is teaching his first year in Anthony.
"I hope we shall never forget that we created this
nation, not to serve ourselves, but to serve man-
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The Officers Were:
President ............. ......v,. Ed ward J ones
Mrs. Dorthy Cozart
Mrs. Esther Johnson
Mr. Fred E. Webb
Vice-President ........ ......,.. T om Harmon
Secretary-Treasurer .........,.....r... Pam Wisegarver l
Class Cheerleaders ...,.... Walter "Tony" Anderson W
Student Council Representatives ......,,,. Stan Hayter
Senior Class Pla
The second act of Our Town" was about marriage.
R. C. Chormley
Death was the topic of the third act
Tennis 43 Intramurals 3.
JACK COFF MAN
Speech Arts 43 Senior Play Stage Crewg Junior Play Stage
Crewg Football 13 Track 1-43 Intramurals I-33 A-Club 2-43
A-Club Officer 4.
Mixed Chorus 1, 23 Girls' Glee Club 13 F.H.A. 1-43 Y-Teens
1-43 Pep Club 1-43 Student Council 43 Senior Play3 Junior
Play Stage Crewg Tennis 3, 4.
Mixed Chorus 1, 3, 43 Girls' Clee Club 1-43 Girls' Vocal
Ensemble 2-43 F.H.A. 1-43 Y-Teens 1-43 Class Cheerleader 43
Pep Club 1-43 Debate 43 Speech Arts 4g Senior Play: Junior
Play3 .Iunior Play Stage CICWQ Tennis 2-43 Intramurals 1, 23
Band 1, 33 Brass 9 13 Hi-Y 1, 23 Basketball 1, 23 Track 23
Booster Staff 43 Tennis 4.
Hi-Y 1, 23 Booster Staff 4.
Mixed Chorus 3, 43 Class Cheerleader 43 Football 4 Basketball 3 4
Tennis 43 Track 33 Booster Staff 4.
Mixed Chorus 43 Boys' Clee Club 43 Junior Play 3 Football 14
Basketball 1, 23 Track 1, 2, 33 A-Club 4.
Mixed Chorus 1-43 Girls' Glee Club 1-43 FHA 14 YTeens 14
Thespians 3, 4g Pep Club 1-43 Pep Club President 4 Debate 4
Speech Arts 3, 4g Senior Play3 Junior Play3 Basketball Queen Att 3
Football 1, 3g Basketball 1-33 Track 1-3.
Band 1-43 Clarinet Quintet 2g Mixed Chorus 1-43 Girls' Glee Club
1-43 Girls' Vocal Ensemble 1-43 Mixed Ensemble 43 F.H.A. 1-43
Thespians 1-33 Pep Club 1-43 Senior Play3 Junior Play3 Junior Play
Stage Crew3 Carnival Queen 43 Tennis 1, 2, 4.
Band 1-43 Mixed Chorus 1-43 Girls' Glee Club 1-43 Girls' Vocal
Ensemble 1-43 Sextet 3, 4-3 F.H.A. 1-43 Pep Club 1-4-3 Senior Play3
Junior Play Stage CICWQ Senior Play Stage Crew3 Basketball Queen
Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 33 Girls' Glee Club 1, '2, 33 Girls' Vocal Ensemble
2, 43 Mixed Ensemble 43 F.H.A. 1-43 Thespians 1-43 Pep Club 1-43
Junior Play3 Tennis 1-43 Librarian 43 Track 4.
Mixed ,Chorus 1-43 Girls' Glee Club 1-43 Girls' Vocal En-
semble 1, 2, 33 F.H.A. 1-43 Thespians 1-43 Pep Club 1-43
.Junior Play Stage CICWQ Tennis 1-43 Librarian 43 Track 4.
Band 1, 2, 33 Brass Quintet 23 Mixed Chorus lg Boys' Octet
13 Boys' Glee Club 13 Hi-Y 1-4.
Hi-Y 1-43 Senior Play 43 Junior Play3 Senior Play Stage
Crew3 Junior Play Stage CTCWQ Football 13 Basketball 13
Tennis 13 Track.
Band 4g F.H.A. 3g Y-Teens 43 Junior Play? Junior Play
R. C. GHORMLEY
Band 1-4, Woodwind Quintet 3, 4, Woodwind Octet 2, Brass Sextet
1, 2, Brass Quintet 3, Band Drum Major 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 1-4,
Boys' Octet 1, 3, 4, Boys' Glee Club 1-4, Hi-Y 1, 2, Student Council
4, Student Council President 4, Senior Play Stage Crew, Senior Play,
Football 1, 4, Track 2-4, A-Club 4, Mixed Wind Ensemble 4.
Mixed Chorus 2-4, Boys' Glee Club 2-4, Thespians 1-3, Thespian
President 4, One Act Play 2, Junior Play, Tennis 1, 3, Track 2,
Yearbook Staff 4.
Band 1-4, Brass 15, 1-4, Brass Quintet 2, 4, Tennis 3, 4.
Band 1-4, Brass 9, 1, Mixed Chorus 2-4, Boys' Clee- Club 2-4, Hi-Y
1-4, Hi-Y Cabinet 3, 4, Thespians 1-4, Student Colmcil 3, Speech Arts
2, Senior Play, Senior Play Stage Crew, Junior Play, Junior Play
Stage Crew, Booster Staff 4.
Mixed Chorus 1, 3, 4, Girls' Glee Club 1, 3, 4, F.H.A. 1-4,
Thespians 1-4, Class Secretary-Treas. 2, Class Cheerleader
1, Cheerleader 3, 4, Pep Club 1-4, Student Cotmcilg Senior
Play, Junior Play, Basketball Queen Att. 1, 3, Carnival
Queen 3, Tennis 4.
Hi-Y 1, 2, Class Vice-President 4, Senior Play Stage Crew,
Junior Play Stage Crew, Football 1-4, Basketball 1-4, Intra-
murals Track 1-3.
Band 1-4, Sax Quartet 2, Mixed Chorus I, 3, 4, Girls' Clee
Club 1-4, F.H.A. I-4, F.H.A. President 4, Y-Teens 1-4,
Thespians 1-4, Class Secretary-Treas. 1, Class Cheerleader 2,
Cheerleader 4, Pep Club 1-4, Senior Play, Junior Play,
Basketball Queen 4.
Band I-4, Clarinet Octet 2, Woodwind Trio 3, Mixed Chorus
1, 2, 4, Boys' Clee Club 2, 4, Mixed Ensemble 4, Hi-Y
1-4, Hi-Y Cabinet 3, Class President 1, 3, Class Vice-Presi-
dent, Student Council 3, 4, Senior Play, Football 1, Basket-
ball 1-4, Tennis 1, 3.
Band 1-45 Woodwind Octet 25 Woodwind' Trio 1-35 Woodwind Quintet
3, 45 Woodwind Ensemble 45 Mixed Chorus 1-45 Girls' Glee Club 1-45
Girls' Vocal Ensemble 1-45 Mixed Ensemble 45 F.H.A. 1-45 Y-Teens
1-45 Thespians 1-45 Pep Club 1-45 Student Council 1-45 Speech Arts
15 Senior Play5 Junior Play Stage Crewg Carnival Queen 25 Tennis 45
Intramurals 25 Booster Staff 4.
Mixed Chorus 1-45 Girls' Glee Club 1-45 Girls' Vocal Ensemble 3, 45
F.H.A. 1-45 Y-Teens 1-45 Thespians 1-45 Pep Club 1-45 Senior Play5
Tennis 3, 45 Booster Staff 4.
Girls' Glee Club 35 F.H.A. 45 Y-Teens 3, 45 Thespians 45 Pep Club 3,
45 Senior Play: Junior Play5 Yearbook Staff 4.
Band 1, 25 Brass Quintet 2, 35 Hi-Y 1-45 Class President 45 Class
Cheerleader 15 Senior Playg Senior Play Stage Crewg Junior Play
Stage Crew5 Football 1-45 Basketball 1-45 Track 1-45 A-Club 45 Booster
Band 1-45 Sax Quartet 2, 35 Mixed Chorus 1-45 Girls' Glee
Club 1-45 Girls' Vocal Ensemble 1-45 Mixed Ensemble 3, 45
F.H.A. 1-45 Y-Teens 1-45 Thespians 1-45 Pep Club 1-45
Senior Playg Senior Play Stage Crewg Junior Play Stage
Crewg Tennis 1-45 Intramurals 1, 2.
Boys' Glee Club 15 Speech Arts 35 Junior Play Stage Crew
25 Football 1-35 Basketball 1, 25 Track 1, 2.
Hi-Y 1-45 Class Vice-President 35 Class Cheerleader 25 Senior
Playg Football 1, 25 Basketball 1-35 Tennis 25 Track 3.
Mixed Chorus 1-45 Boys' Octet 1-45 Boys' Quartet 15 Boys'
Glee Club 1-45 Hi-Y 1-45 Class President 25 Junior Play5
Junior Play Stage Crew5 Football 1-45 Basketball 1-45 Track
1-45 A-Club 3, 45 A-Club President 4.
Mixed Chorus 45 Girls' Glee Club I, 2, 45 F.H.A. 1-45 Y-Teens I-45
Pep Club 2-45 Senior Play5 Senior Play Stage Crew5 Junior Play Stage
Crew5 Librariang Booster Staff 4.
Band 1-45 Brass 9, 2, 35 Brass Quintet 45 Hi-Y 1-35 Student Council
35 Senior Play: Junior Play Stage Crew5 Football 1-35 Basketball 1
25 Tennis 1, 25 Track 35 Intramurals 3.
Band I, 25 Woodwind 15, 25 Mixed Chorus I-45 Girls' Glee Club 1-45
Girls' Vocal Ensemble 2-45 Mixed Ensemble 3, 45 F.H.A. I-45 Y-Teens
I-45 Y-Teens Cabinet 45 Thespians 15 Pep Club I-45 Senior Play5
Plcfure Senior Play Stage Crew5 Junior Play Stage Crew5 Yearbook Staff 45
Booster Staff 45 Booster Editor 4.
, EDDIE NEWLIN
Boys' Glee Club 15 Hi-Y 1-45 Class Cheerleader 35 Student Council
25 Football I-35 Basketball I-45 Track 1-35 Booster Staff 4.
Girls' Glee Club 1, 25 F.H.A. I-45 Y-Teens I-45 Junior Play
Stage Crew 35 Booster Staff 4.
CAROLYN HAGER OGDEN
Band 1-45 Brass 12, 2, 45 Brass Quintet 15 Mixed Chorus
2-45 Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 45 Girls' Vocal Ensemble 2-45
F.H.A. 1-45 Y-Teens 1-45 Pep Club 1-4-5 Junior Play5 Booster
Girls' Glee Club 1, 25 F.H.A. I-45 Y-Teens 1-45 Junior Play
Stage Crew5 Booster Staff 4.
Band I-45 Clarinet Choir 1-45 Mixed Chorus 35 Girls' Glee
Club 1, 35 F.H.A. 1-45 Y-Teens I-45 Thespians 15 Pep Club
1-45 Junior Play- Stage Crew5 Tennis 35 Librarian 3, 45
Booster Staff 4.
Mixed Chorus 2-4, Girls' Glee Club 1, 3, 4, Girls' Vocal Ensemble
2-4, Mixed Ensemble 3, 4, F.H.A. 1-4, Y-Teens 1-3, Y-Teens Cabinet
2, 3, Thespians 3, 4, Pep Club 1-3, Student Council 3, Senior Play,
Junior Play, Yearbook Staff 4.
Hi-Y 1-4, Junior Play Stage Crew, Football 1-4, Basketball 1, A-Club
4, Carnival King 4, Booster Staff 4.
Band 1-3, Brass 9, 1, 2, Hi-Y 1-3, Speech Arts 4, Senior Play Stage
Crew, Junior Play Stage Crew.
Hi-Y 1, 2, 4, Hi-Y President 4, Student Council 4, Senior Play, Foot-
ball 1-4, Basketball 1, 2, 4, Track 1-4, A-Club 2-4, A-Club Officer 4,
Booster Staff 4.
W A Pep Club 4.
J UAN ITA SALSER
Band 1, 2, F.H.A. 1-4, Y-Teens
1-4, Pep Club 1-4, Junior Play
Stage Crew, Tennis 3, Intramurals
I, 2, Librarian 4, Yearbook Staff
2-4, Booster Staff 4, Booster Edi-
Hi-Y 1-4, Senior Play, Junior Play, Senior Play Stage Crew,
Junior Play Stage Crew, Track 1, 2, Intramurals 3, 4.
MARY KAY SHERAR
Mixed Chorus 1-4, Girls' Glee Club 1-4, Girls' Vocal En-
semble 2-4, Mixed Ensemble 4, F.H.A. 1-4, Y-Teens 1-4,
Pep Club 1-4, Tennis 2, Librarian 2, 3, Yearbook Staff 3,
4, Booster Staff 4.
Hi-Y 1, 2, Junior Play Stage Crew, Football 3, 4, Basketball
3, 4, Track 2, 3, A-Club 4, Booster Staff 4.
Football 13 Basketball I, 33 Booster Staff 4.
Band 23 Mixed Chorus 1, 3, 43 Girls' Glee Club 1-43 Girls'
Vocal Ensemble 2-43 Mixed Ensemble 43 F.H.A. 1-43 Y-Teens
1-43 Thespians 1-43 Pep Club 1-43 Senior Play.
Mixed Chorus 3, 43 Girls' Glee Club 2-43 Girls' Vocal En-
semble 3, 43 F.H.A. 3, 43 Y-Teens 2-43 Y-Teens President 43
Y-Teens Cabinet 33 Class Secretary-Treas. 43 Class Cheerleader
33 Pep Club 2-43 Senior Play3 Senior Play Stage Crew3 Junior
Play Stage Crewg Football Queen Att. 43 Basketball Queen
Att. 23 Tennis 3, 43 Intramurals 23 Librarian 3, 4.
Hi-Y 1-33 Football 1-43 Basketball 1, 43 Track 1-43 A-Club
Band I-43 Woodwind Quintet 3, 43
semble 43 Mixed Chorus 1-43 Girls'
semble 4g F.H.A. 1-43 Y-Teens 1-43
President 13 Class Secretary-Treas.
Flute Quintet 33 Woodwind En-
Glee Club 2-43 Girls' Vocal En-
Y-Teens Cabinet 2-43 Class Vice-
33 Pep Club 1-43 Junior Playg
Senior Pla Sta e Crew Football ueen 43 Intramurals 2g Librarian
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43 Yearbook Staff 4.
Hi-Y 1-43 Football 1, 33 Basketball 13 Track 1.
Band 1-43 Woodwind Trio 33
Woodwind Quintet 3, 43 Mixed
Chorus 1-43 Boys' Octet 1-33
Boys' Quintet 13 Boys' Glee Club
1-43 Mixed Ensemble 2-43 Hi-Y 1,
23 Thespians 1-43 Student Coun-
cil 1-33 Debate 23 Speech Arts
1-43 Senior Play3 Junior Play3
Junior Play Stage Crew3 Football
l-43 Basketball 1, 23 Track 1-43
Yearbook Staff 2-43 Yearbook Edi-
tor 43 Booster Staff 43 A-Club 2,
33 Boys' 13, 43 Woodwind 13, 4.
Band 1-43 Flute Quintet 33 Mixed
Chorus 1-33 Girls' Glee Club 1-33
Girls' Vocal Ensemble 33 F.H.A.
1-43 Y-Teens 1-43 Pep Club 1-3.
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The National Honor Society was
designed to give recognition to those
pupils who choose to do outstanding
scholastic work. It is national in
scope. The award fNational Honor
Society Pinj is the same regardless
of which school grants the award.
This award is open to all Seniors
who have been in Anthony High
School their entire Junior and Senior
years. The first requisite of this
award is that the student rank in the
upper one-third of the graduating
class scholastically. The three other
factors are Service, Leadership, and
Character. These are considered on
the basis of observation during the
entire four years of high school.
1962 Members Were:
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CLASS OFFICERS: Chuck Knorp, Vice-Presidentg Mick Weiberg, Presidentg Janet
Ernie Adkisson Carol Appling
Mary Besore Harold Bohnert
Rita Carroll Norris
Mary Ronda Eaton
Class-Sponsors: Mary Smith, Bucilla Blair, and L. Wayne Bittle.
R. C. Francis
Jenna Jo Hamilton
Nancy Jo Stuchal
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George Bodell ,w,,,, ........ E verett Martens
Norman Reese .,... ..4...... R Onnie Price
I Mrs. Garnet ,....,. ..,7,. N SIICY Jo Sil1Ch8l
Tony Dennison ,,,,.,., e,.,... T erry Goucher
Muriel F oszer ...,... .. ...... Mary Baker
Kale Ault ,,,,,, ....... T ana Grubb
Marge Benson f--ff Judy Laing
Dottie Coburn .. .,... Kathy Sturns
Mr, Coburn ,,,,,, eeeeee.... S teve Clutter
Mr, Kenny --,,,,,e ..,,.,,, S tan Wethington
First Cop ,,,,,,, ,r.,...... J ohn Gates
Second Cop ....... fff.. J Ohll Nye
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Secretary-Treasurer: Janie Coon Vice-President: Pat Roach President: Cathy Payne
Mary Aleshiro Sherry Armstrong
30 Jack Brown Linda Butz Connie Carr Janie Coon
Ronnie Couch Marcia Cozart Jerry Croft Richard Davis
Dana Dial Darryl Dodgen Lois Downing Bob Drosselmeyer
Janet Duffy Lola Duran
Laura Dyke Myrna Frank James Gates Jim Hatfield
Dennis Hendershot Lynda Hess Larry Huddleston Mary Ruth Hudgens
Sherri Hughes Virginia Kauffman Linda Keller LHWHHDB Lear
"This nation was conceived in liberty
honest men may honestly disagree . . ."
Don Maninger Junea McKee David Miller Linda Moses
Richard Osborn Cathy Payne Charles Potts Jim Prouse
Bill Puls Louise Reneau Steve Reynolds Charles Ritter
and dedicated to the proposition that
Susan Salser Grant Sechler Gary Sherman Kirk Snyder
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Mary Stamm Larry Stark Mildred Stith Doug Stucky
Linda Watkins Charles Wells Connie Wharton Barbara Wimmer
Class Sponsors: Clyde Strimple and Lyle Wall
Jerry Yeary Eldon Younce Mary Jane Zuber
FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS: Cary Osborn, Vice-
Presidentg Bob Cook, Presidentg and Jane Foster, Secre-
tary-Treasurer, pose before the fish pond at the camival.
Stanley Adams Rodney Angle
Joe Aleshire L. C. Appling
"Democracy is . . . the recurrent suspicion that more than half of the people are right
more than half of the time . . . an idea which hasn't been disproved yet . . J"
E. B. White
Sharon Kay Base Sheryl Ann Base Carol Bean Darla Benford Clifton Berry
Gary Borders Kenneth Br0tt0I1 Carrie Anne Bruner Ira Campbell Larry Campbell
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Bob Cook Lois Cook Larry Duvall Larry Elmore
Class Sponsors: Ralph Johnston and J. W. Shurley.
,lane Foster Ray Frank
Roy George Mike Ghormley
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Marsha Graves Dale Grubb
DiAnna Halsey Cheryl Haltom Larry Hess Doug Hite
Ronnie Hartman Christine Heiser David Holmes Sarah Hudgens
Reva Keller Joyce Kennedy Eddie Ketterman
Georgie Lawson Mike McKee Johnnie Marshall
Jeannie Meador Stanley lVleSSIlCr Russell Moris Dianna Moses
Darlene Mingle James Moler Gary Osborn Kent Patterson
Steve Patterson Fred Payng Roger Perry Verna Pohlenz Diane Porter
Glendale Ritter Gene Rorabaugh Jim Smith Mary Smithhisler Diana Snyder
Mike Sproll Marilyn Stark Stanley Tague Evalyn Tower
Sharon Stark Mamie Stith Bill Tufts Leslie Vlcelc
Vickie Warner Dena Weckworth Deanna Weckworth
Charlene Wolff Mike Wyatt Gayle York
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COUNCIL OFFICERS: R. C. Ghormley, President, Chuck Knorp, Vice-President,
Wendy Hodges, Secretary-Treasurerg Mr. Winters, Sponsor.
COUNCIL MEMBERS-FRONT ROW: Kathy
Sturns, Vickie Wamer, Jean Shellhammer, Wendy
Hodges, Charlotte Hamilton, Connie Coon. BACK
ROW: Janet Duffy, Marcia Cozart, Stan Hayter,
R. C. Ghormley, Chuck Knorp, Gary Puls, Victor
Osborn, .Iohn Nye, Bob Drosselmeyer, Eddie
The Student Council's primary project was to
buy insurance for the student body. They also con-
ducted the magazine sale, were in charge of the
concessions at school events, and sponsored the
FIRST ROW ffrom leftJ: Donna Hoopes, Helen Wilson, Carolyn Hager Ogden, Mary Kay Sherar, Sherry Meade, Doris Morris,
Sandra Smith, Di Anna Halsey, Barbara Whealy, Tana Grubb, Linda Robinson, Linda Watkins, Janet Duffy, LaWanna Lear, Linda
Swafford. SECOND ROW: Wanda Kauffman, Julia Pollard, Virginia Kauffman, Mamie Stith, Mary Jane Zuber, Lois Cook,
Diana Snyder, Jean Meador, Sherri Hughes, Cathy Payne, Marcia Cozart, Mary Aleshire, Pam Wisegarver, Kathy Sturns, Janet
Duncan, Karen Nichols. THIRD ROW: Mary Payne, Karen Knorp, Sherry Harris, Rita Carroll, Diane Porter, Charlene Wolff,
Christine Heiser, Jane Foster, Nyna Sechler, Virginia Byas, Nancy Jo Stuchal, Sarah Hudgens, Cheryl Haltom, Junea McKee,
Carolyn Patterson, Vickie Warner. FOURTH ROW: Mary Ronda Eaton, Trudy Hoopcs, Sherry Armstrong, Mary Hudgens,
Mildred Stith, Sheril Mize, Jean Shellhammcr, Janet Laing, Marianne Morrow, Evalyn Tower, Sharon Stark, Marilyn Stark, Joyce
Kennedy, Deniese Patterson, Juanita Salser, Pat Cooper, Marsha Bradley. FIFTH ROW: Laura Dyke, Joleen Turner, Susan
Salser, Mary Besore, Myrna Frank, Janie Coon, Judy Laing, Connie Coon, Alta Duwe, Lola Duran, Connie Carr, Connie Wharton,
Pat Roach, Dana Dial, Patty Norman. SIXTH ROW: Dianna Weckworth, Georgia Lawson, Mary Smithhisler, Georgia Durant,
Glenda Durant, Linda Duran, Lydia Duran, Charlotte Hamilton, Kathy Christy, Dena Weckworth,
dentg Cathy Payne, Treasurer.
STANDING: Charlotte Hamilton, Student Council Repre-
sentativeg Marianne Morrow, Second Vice-President.
SEATED: Dana Dial, Pianist, Karen Nichols, Historian:
Carolyn Patterson, Corresponding Secretaryg Mary Payne,
F.H.A. girls who went to Topeka.
Janet Duncan, District Treasurerg Karen Knorp,
District Song Leader.
Connie Carr, Secretaryg Sherry Harris, President, Mrs.
Esther Johnson, Club Sponsorg Kathy Sturns, Vice-Presi-
FIRST ROW: Sharon Stark, Janet Laing, Marsha Bradley, Janet Duncan, Judy Laing, Sheril Mize, Tana Grubb, Linda
Robinson, Kathy Sturns, Mary Payne. SECOND ROW: Ernie Adkisson, Ronnie Gould, Pat Stucky, R. C. Ghorrnley,
Johnnie Marshall, Richard Hall, John Nye, Ronnie Sharp, Bill Gates, Tom Mangen. THIRD ROW: John Gates, Steve
Clutter, Trudy Hoopes, Glenda Durant, Nancy Stuchal, Helen Wilson, Donna Hoopes, Georgia Durant, Karen Knorp.
FOURTH ROW: Sherry Harris, Charlotte Hamilton, Marilyn Stark, Charlene Wolff, Sherri Hughes, Marcia Cozart, Linda
Watkins, Pat Roach, Dana Dial, Jim Hatfield, Darryl Dodgcn.
The officers of Thespians this year were: Ronnie Gould, Janet
Duncan, Nancy Stuchal, Sheril Mize, and Kathy Sturns. Miss
Uhles was the sponsor.
FIRST ROW: Marcia Cozart, Marsha Bradley, Tana Grubb, Pat Cooper, Miss Uhles. SECOND ROW: Janet Laing,
Mrs. Cozart, Pat Stucky, Janet Duncan, Jack Coffman.
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OFFICERS: Jack Coffman, Secretary Treasurer Gary Puls Stu 'lhe semor basketball boys defeated the faculty 74 72 1n the
dent Council Reprcsentativeg Johnny Ycary V1cePrcs1dent Lyle second annual scmor faculty game whlch 1S sponsored by the
Maninger, Presidentg and R. C. Cvhormlcy Sergeant at Arms Mr A Club
A CLUB-FIRST -ROW: Cary Puls Johnny Yefnry Eddle Neulrn R C Chormley qteve Clutter B111 Snuth and Vrctor Osborn
SECOND ROW: .lack Coffman
PEP CLUB-FIRST ROW: Sherry Harris, Sheril Mize, Sherry Meade, Lydia Duran, Karen Knorp, Mary Kay Sherar, Doris Morris,
Sandra Smith, DiAnna Halsey, Carol Bean, Kathy Christy, Barbara Whealy, Tana Grubb, Linda Robinson, Georgia Durant, Carolyn
Hager Ogden. SECOND ROW: Connie Carr, Charlotte Hamilton, Janet Duffy, Mary Jane Zuber, Marsha Graves, Carrie Ann Bruner,
Lois Cook, Dianna Snyder, Inola Fultz, Sherri Hughes, Cathy Payne, Marcia Cozart, Mary Aleshire, Pam Wisegarver, Kathy Sturns,
Janet Duncan, Linda Duran. THIRD ROW: Charlene Wolff, Vickie Warner, Christine Heiser, Jane Foster, Sharee Williams, Lana
Laing, Jeannie Meador, Nyna Sechler, Virginia Byas, Mary Smithhislcr, Glenda Durant, Sarah Hudgens, Cheryl Haltom, Junea
McKee, Linda Keller, Linda Watkins. FOURTH ROW: Sherry Armstrong, Mary Hudgens, Nancy Jo Stuchal, Nancy Stover, Jean
Shellhammer, Janet Laing, Marianne Morrow, Evalyn Tower, Helen Wilson, Marilyn Stark, Joyce Kennedy, Deniese Patterson,
Juanita Salser, Pat Cooper, Marsha Bradley. FIFTH ROW: Barbara Wirnmer, Mary Besore, Jenna Jo Hamilton, Cathy Long, Carol
Appling, Lynda Hess, Donna Hoopes, Alta Duwe, Connie Coon, Sharon Stark, Verna Pohlenz, Susan Salser. SIXTH ROW: Connie
Wharton, Laura Dyke, Reva Keller, Dianna Moses, Darlene Mingle, Kathleen Heiser, Myrna Frank, Janie Coon, Lola Duran, Dana
Dial, Pat Roach, LaWanna Lear.
CHEERLEADERS: Charlotte Hamilton, Connie Carr, Sheril Mize, OFFICERS: Marsha Bradley, President, Karen Knorp, Program
and Sherry Harris. Chairmang Miss Wiens, Sponsor, Linda Robinson, Secretary-
Treasurerg Lydia Duran, Vice-President, and Janet Duffy, Stu-
dent Council Representative.
HI-Y-FIRST ROW: Jack Gates, Stan Messner, Paul Hulett, Russel Morris, Doug Hite, Don Maninger, Eldon Younce, Kirk
Snider, Randy Perry, Jim Hatfirld. SECOND ROW: Bill Puls, Jack Brown, Cary Puls, Bill Ecker, Steve Clutter, Bob Drosselmeyer,
Bob Cook, Johnny Marshall, Jimmy Hudgens, Jim Graves. THIRD ROW: Doug Stucky, Ronnie Sharp, Charles Wells, Grant Sechler,
John Nye, Rich Hall, Stan Wethington, "R, C." Francis, Lyle Maninger, Don Kaufman. FOURTH ROW: Mr. Bayless, Kent Wilson,
Stanly Stark, John Gates, Claire Duwe, Larry Huddleston, Eddie Newlin, "Chuck" Knorp, Edward Jones.
CABINET-BACK ROW:. James E. Williams, SPOIISOIZ Stifll Wethington, Program Chaifmalli
John Nye, Student Council Representative, Mick Weiberg, Vrce-President, John Gates, Devotions
Chairman. FRONT ROW: Richard Hall, Treasurerg Steve Cllliter, Secretary, Gary Puls, Presi-
46 dent, and J. W. Bayless, Sponsor.
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Roach, Marcia Cozart, Janet Laing, and Patty Norman.
Y-TEENS OFFICERS-STANDING: Pam Wisegar-
ver, President, Jean Shellhammer, Treasurerg Mrs.
Bucilla Blair, Sponsor, Pat Roach, Secretary, Marcia
Cozart, Student Council Representative, and Janet
During the year the Y-Teens have had
many projects, here are some of them,
The Mother-Daughter Banquet, Father-
Daughter Fun Fest, World Week of Prayer,
Clothing Drive, and the Easter Program.
They also completed all of the require-
ments and received the Gold Seal.
FIRST ROW: Diane Porter, Helen Wilson, Carolyn Hager Ogden, Mary K. Sherar, Sherry Meade, Doris Morris, Sandra Smith,
DiAnna Halsey, Carol Bean, Barbara Whealy, Tana Grubb, Linda Robinson, Linda Watkins, Janet Duffy, LaWanna Lear. SECOND
ROW: Virginia Kauffman, Mamie Stith, Mary Jane Zuher, Marsha Graves, Carrie Bruner, Lois Cook, Diana Snyder, Inola Fultz,
Sherri Hughes, Cathy Payne, Marcia Cozart, Mary Aleshire, Pam Wisegarver, Kathy Sturns, Janet Duncan, Linda Swafford.
THIRD ROW: Rita Carroll Norris, Donna Hoopes, Charlene Wolff, Christine Heiser, Jane Foster, Sharee Williams, Lana Laing,
Jean Meador, Nyna Sechler, Virginia Byas, Na.ncy Jo Stuchal, Sarah Hudgens, Cheryl Haltom, Junea McKee, Linda Keller, Carolyn
Patterson, Karen Nichols. FOURTH ROW: Julia Pollard, Trudy Hoopes, Sherry Armstrong, Mary Hudgens, Mildred Stith, Nancy
Stover, Jean Shellhammer, Janet Laing, Marianne Morrow, Evalyn Tower, Sharon Stark, Marilyn Stark, Joyce Kennedy, Deniese
Patterson, Juanita Salser, Pat Cooper, Marsha Bradley. FIFTH ROW: Wanda Kauffman, Sheril Mize, Barbara Wimmer, Mary
Besore, Jenna Jo Hamilton, Cathy Long, Carol Appling, Lynda Hess, Connie Coon, Alta Duwe, Kathleen Heiser, Connie Wharton,
Pat Roach, Dana Dial, Patty Norman. SIXTH ROW: Judy Laing, Linda Butz, Joleen Turner, Susan Salser, Laura Dyke, Reva
Igeller, Dianna Moses, Darlene Mingle, Linda Moses, Myrna Frank, Janie Coon, Sherry Harris, Karen Knorp, Connie Carr, Barbara
Y-TEEN CABINET-BACK ROW: Sandra Smith, Pam Wisegarver
Janet Duncan, Doris Morris, Marianne Morrow, Sheril Mize, Kathy
Sturns. FRONT ROW: Jean Shellhammer, Mrs. Bucilla Blair, Pat
Sherry Meade, Mary K. Sherar, Donna Hoopes, Carolyn Ogden, Eddie
Newlin, Larry Welch, Dan Davis, Tony Anderson, Doris Morris.
FIRST SEMESTER STAFF
Editor .,...,......,,.....,...........,.,....,.,,,.. , Doris Morris
Managing Editor ..,..... .,..... T ony Anderson
Sports Editor ....,,. ......
Class Editor ....,,,, .,.,.
Photographer ,.,,... ........,.. D an Davis
Reporter ,...,,,,.,., 4........
First Page ....,,t, ,.,,. S herry Meade
Second Page Carolyn Ogden
Third Page ..rr,, ,,,,,,,........ L arry Welch
Fourth Page ........ .....,,,r M ary K. Sherar
SECOND SEMESTER STAFF
Editor ,,,,........,,,.,.......YYVYY... ,--4
Sports Editors ......V-........
Class Editor .....
Photographer ...,... ...--.....
Feature Editor .
Ed Jones, Gary Puls
First Page ........ .....tt C arolyn Ogden
Second Page ..,,..... ........ W Clldy H0dgCS
Third Page .,..... .....V.V.7.. R andy Peru'
Fourth Page ,,,,YY,Y ,,,,,,,,.,.. K aren NiCl'l0lS
Typiggs ,AwA,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,-., Carolyn Patterson,
Deniese Patterson and Rich Hall
Reporters -,,,,v,,..,. Bill Ecker and Bill C-layibll
STANDING: Bill Smith, Bill Clayton, Bill Ecker, Ed Jones, Gary Puls, and Carolyn
Patterson. SEATED: Karen Nichols, Wendy Hodges, Carolyn Ogden, Deniese Patter
son, Juanita Salser, Rich Hall, Randy Perry. With Camera: Pat Stucky.
Associate Editor .,,,.,.
Business Manager ,,,,..
Senior Editor ..,.,,,
Junior Editor ,,.......
Sophomore Editor ....... A....,A...,A,,
Freshman Editor ....,,
Mary Kay Sherar
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Business Manager, Ronnie Gould, and Associate Editor, Janet Laing, write
receipts while Editor, Pat Stucky, counts the money.
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THE ANTHONY PIRATE BAND
The Pirate band made its usual good showing this year both on the field and in concert band. The
band received two first division ratings at the Wichita University band day contest. Under the di-
rection of Mr. Wendell Hodges, the band received three first division ratings at both league and
Of the departments eight ensembles, six, woodwind thirteen, woodwind five, woodwind trio, clarinet
choir brass five and the flute five, performed at state. The brass five was given a second division
rating and the rest received I's. Soloists who went to state were: Bob Cook, Bob Drosselmeyer,
Janet Duffy, R. C. Ghormley, Doug Hite and Kirk Snyder. R. C. Ghormley and Bob Drosselmeyer
were rated first division.
The band was also invited to play at the Kansas Music Educators Convention held this year at
Wendell Hodges, Director
L- C- APPHHQ Linda Duran
Mary Margaret Baker Lydia Duran
R. C. Ghormley
Mary Jane Zuber
Pirettcs Janet Duffy, Mary Baker, Lynda Hess
Sharee Williams and drum major R. C. Ghormley
SOLOISTS: Doug Hite, Bob Cook, R. C. Cllormley, Bob Drosselmeyer, Kirk
Snyder, Connie Carr, Jean Shellhammer, Wendy Hodges, Janet Duffy.
NVOODWIND TRIO: Carol Bean, Jim Graves,
WOODWIND CHOIR-BACK ROW: Connie Carr, John Marshall, R. C.
Ghormley, Pat Stucky, Bob Drossclmeyer, David Graves. FRONT ROW: Stan
Hayter, Kirk Snyder, Jim Graves, Wendy Hodges, Sandra Smith, Janet Duffy.
CLARINET CHOIR--BACK ROW: Jane Foster, Jean Shellhammer, Junea McKee,
Marsha Graves, Dennis Hendershot, Bob Drosselmeyer, Deniese Patterson, Kathy Christy.
FRONT ROW: Lois Cook, DiAnna Halsey, Jeannie Meador, Sharee Williams, Diana
Snyder, Kirk Snyder, Barbara Whealy.
CLARINET QUARTET: Jane Foster, DiAnna Halsey, Jeannie Meador,
BRASS CHOIR-BACK ROW: Lynda Hess, Pat Roach, Ronnie Couch, Mike
Ghomiley, Chris Elliot, Mike Wyatt, Chuck Knorp, Carolyn Ogden. FRONT
ROW: John Marshall, Stan Messner, Bob Cook, Richard Davis, Darryl Dodgen,
Kathy Stums, Phil Miller.
BRASS QUINTET: Kathy Sturns, Phil Miller
David Graves, Chuck Knorp, Connie Carr.
FLUTE QUINTET: Vickie Wamer, Mary Aleshire, Carol Bean, WOODWIND QUINTET2 Sandra Smith, Wendy Hodges Pat
Janet Duffy. Not Pictured: Carrie Anne Bruner. Stucky, R. C. Chormley, Stan Hayter. '
BOYS' GLEE CLUB
MIXED ENSEMBLE-BACK ROW: Mary Kay Sherar, Stan Hayter,
Linda Duran, Doris Morris, Steve Clutter, Georgia Durant, Pat Stucky,
Sheril Mize. FRONT ROW: Mary Payne, John Marshall, Janie Coon,
Helen Wilson, Wendy Hodges, Jim Graves, Karen Knorp.
SOLOISTS: Sharon Stark, Kathy Sturns, Sheril Mize, Pat Cooper, Steve Clutter, Pat
Stucky, Carol Appling, Nancy Jo Stuchal, Mary Payne.
BOYS' ENSEMBLE-BACK ROW: Pat Stucky, Mick Weiherg, Steve Patter-
son, R. C. Chormley, Steve Clutter, John Marshall, Doug Stucky. FRONT
ROW: James Gates, John Cates, Lyle Gates, Jim Graves, Russel Morris,
54 Richard Davis.
GIRLS' GLEE CLUB
SENIOR GIRLS' ENSEMBLE-BACK ROW: Mary Kay Sherar, Pam
Wisegarver, Pat Cooper, Doris Morris, Carolyn Ogden, Linda Duran,
Georgia Durant. FRONT ROW: Mary Payne, Karen Knorp, Donna
Hoopes, Lydia Duran, Sandra Smith, Wendy Hodges, Helen Wilson.
JUNIOR GIRLS' ENSEMBLE-BACK ROW: Judy Laing, Carol Appling, Barbara
Whealy, Janet Duncan, Nina Sechler, Sheril Mize. FRONT ROW: Trudy Hoopes, Linda
Robinson, Kathy Sturns, Cathy Payne, Nancy Stuchal.
FRESHMAN SOPHOMORE GIRLS' ENSEMBLE-BACK ROW: DiAnna
Halsey, Diana Snyder, Carrie Anne Bruner, Christine Heiser, Mary Aleshire,
Lois Cook, Janie Coon, Lola Duran. FRONT ROW: Sharon Stark, Sherri
Hughes, Pat Roach, Connie Carr, Dana Dial, Jane Foster, Linda Watkins. 55
Carrie Anne Bruner
THE ANTHONY HIGH SCHOOL MIXED CHORUS
R. C. Francis
lnola F ultz
Mary Kay Sherar
Nancy Jo Stuchal
The vocal music department has made numerous achievements during the 1961-62 school term.
Under the direction of Vincent Edmonds, the choir, one of the finest in a series of excellent choirs,
presented four vocal concerts, either at home or on tour. The choir was highly commended by both
music professors and students for their singing at both Derby High School and Wichita University as
being "one of the best in the state." ln this year's competative appearances the mixed chorus received
first division ratings at both the league and district contests. The girls' glee club duplicated this fine
record at these two contests.
Five of the department's six ensembles earned the right to appear at state contest. They were,
mixed ensemble, senior girls' ensemble, junior girls' ensemble and boys' ensemble. The boys' ensemble
received a first division rating. Nancy Jo Stuchal, Sheril Mize and Pat Stucky were the soloists at
state. Sheril and Pat were awarded I's.
COACHES-CLYDE STRIMPLE and JIM WILLIAMS
FIRST ROW: Kenneth Crouse, Fred Payne, Eddie Laing, Kent Patterson, David Holmes, Paul Hulett.
SECOND ROW: Larry Stark, Doug Stucky, Gary Osborn, Bob Cook, Bill Puls, Charles Wells. THIRD ROW:
Gary Puls, Jack Coffman, Mike Wyatt, John Nye, Bill Gates, R. C. Francis. FOURTH ROW: Pat Stucky, Steve
Clutter, R. C. Ghormley, Stan Wethington, John Yeary.
A new record was set for the medley relay with
a time of 3 minutes 4-9.9 seconds. The team con-
sisted of Gary Osborn, John Nye, Pat Stucky and
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first in State.
Left: John Yeary vaulted 12 feet 415i inches to
break the record. He won fourth in State.
A-TEAM-BACK ROW: Lyle Muniger, Tom Harmon, Stan Wethin gton, Pat Stucky, Mick Weiberg, Steve Clutter, John Yeary. FRONT
ROW: F. R. Francis, Cary Puls, Chuck Knorp, Ronald Bonham, John Nyc, Eddie Newlin.
September 15 Anthony-Valley Center ......,.. ........ 1 3-- 6
September 22 Anthony-Medicine Lodge ....... ..... 0- 14-
September 29 Anthony-Kinsley ..............,, ........ 2 1- 0
October 6 Anthony-Mulvane ..... ........ 1 3-27
October 13 Anthony-Caldwell ..... ..... 7 -26
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October 27 Anthony-Attica ..... ..,..... 2 7- 7
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November 10 Anthony-Kingman ...... ........ 3 4'-13
STANDING: T. Harmon, R. George, E. Jones, L. Maniger, M. Wieberg, R. C. Francis, S. Wethington, C. Knorp, P. Stucky, S. Clutter,
P. Miller, R. Bonham, V. Osborn, E. Newlin, S. Stark, R. Price, J. Nye, T. Goucher, J. Yeary, G. Puls, R. C. Ghormley
KNEELING: K. Snyder, C. Potts, B. Drosselmeyer, S. Reynolds, L. Huddleston, D. Dodgen, I. Yeary, D. Stucky, B. Puls, G
Sechler C Wells L Stark C Ritter K Wilson SITTING F Payne D Holmes L C Appling J Aneshire M McKee B Cook
M Wyatt L Duvall G Rltter G Osborn E Lamg L Vlcek S Tague S Adams R Frank D Croft C Berry D. Grubb K. Patter
COACHES CLYDE STRIMPLE-Head Coach JIM WILLIAMS-Assistant Coach
LYLE WALL-Freshman Coach
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ager, John Nye, Torn Harmon, Tony Anderson, Johnie Yeary, Vic Osborn. COACH: J. W. SHURLEY
The Anthony Pirate Basketball Team for
1961-1962 was led to a successful year by
seven Seniors and four Juniors. They
played with good team play and excellent
spirit, never once did the team give up,
even though many opponents towered over
them. They truly proved that they were
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49 Anthony-Wichita Heights 68
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DERBY TOURNAMENT 43 Anthony-Wichita Heights 50
67 Anthony-Andover 60
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53 Anthony-Attica 62
46 Anthony-Caldwell 61
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45 Anthony-Kiowa 51 Knorp, R. C. Francis. COACH: BILL BAYLESS.
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FRESHMAN TEAM: Dick Croft, Mike McKee, Russel Morris, Glendale Ritter, Stanley Tague, Freddy Payne, Stan Messner,
Kenneth Crouse, Roy Gorge, Paul Hulet, ,lohnie Marshall, Jimmie Smith, L. C. Appling, Bob Cook, Mike Wyatt, Cary Osborn,
.loe Alshire, Eddie Laing, David Homes, Bill Tuffs, Kent Patterson, Stanley Adams. COACH: LYLE WALL.
Mick Weihurg, Ronnie Price, Jim Hatfield, Grant Sechler, Kirk Snyder, James Gates, Joe Aleshire,
Mike McKee, Stanly Tague.
Edward Jones won the right to enter the State Tennis
Tournament. Grant Sechler and Mick Weiburg won second
at State in the doubles.
Nyna Sechler, Mary Smithhisler, Lola Duran, Connie Carr, Barbara Whealy
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Bonham, and Sian Welrhingion
seem 'ro like +he John Deere
'iracior ai' S+urns lmplemen'l'.
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Lynne l'lunTer and
Carol Bean loolc
over some home ap-
pliances in The Mar-
dis ElecTric STore,
The G.E. Dealers.
Mrs. Williams loolcs on as Cheryl l-lalTom
Don KauTman, Doug l-liTe and Diana Snyder
inspecT The Drivers EclucaTlon Car loaned To The
school by Roach ChevroleT
Mr. Howard and
Jim l'ludgens are
prepared To seT one
oT Mr. Howarcl's
Real EsTaTe Signs.
Marianne Morrow and Sherry
Armsrrong look over Wood's Mus-
ic and Jewelry S+ore.
R. C. Glriormley and Bob Drosselmeyer bo+l'1 receive
I's a1's'ra're music conlesi and played music supplied by
Mary Kay Shear is seen modeling a dress ilnal
is one of Jrlwe many new slyles a+ Jeans Casuals.
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This is ihe Archi+ecJr's concepfion of whar our new Cifizens Nafional Bank will look
like when if is complefed.
An aerial view of The Anfhony
Co-op Elevaiors is seen in lhe
The Farmers Choice
Karen and Chuck
Knorp look over
some of Jrheir fa-
'lher's mechanclise in
his Oklahoma Tire
and Supply Sfore.
Sian Hayler and
his Aunt Mrs. Dwighl'
l-layier have a cha? in
Jrhe office of lhe Hay-
1'er Land Company.
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Mr. Phil Haifield
looks on as Jim Hal-
field, Kirk Snyder
and Jerry Yeary
work over his pickup
al' 'rhe Thriff Service
Janef Duncan, Sha-
ree Williams, and Vic
Osborn are served by
Carol Appling in lhe
Irwin-PoH'er D r u g
anol Mrs. Briclgess
loolc over his Trophy
in The Bush Plumb-
ing STore. He won
TirsT place aT The
Linda and Reva
Keller, Mr. Keller, and
BuTch MarTens sTancl
in TronT ol: Mr. Kell-
This picTure shows
The Loloby of The
AnThony Floral Shop
owned by Mr. Jim
Chism on EasT Main
Janie FosTer ancl
her TaTher, KenneTh
l:osTer, sTand in TronT
of Mr. FosTer's es-
TablishmenT, The An-
Thony Laundry and
Marilyn STarlc ancl CaThy ChrisTy look over some
maTerials ancl paTTerns Tor Their cloThing class in The
JeH' Mercer STore on WesT Main.
Sandra SmiTh looks over The Weiser Door Locks
aT The Rock Island Lumber Company oT which her
TaTher is The manager. For The besT of everyThing in
building supplies, see Rock lslancl.
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Ronnie Gould is looking
over some Horpoinr Ap-
pliances in Hodson Elec-
Daryl Ryan. lvlilce McKee, Jolwn Williams, R. C. Glwormley. and
Gary Puls loolc over some new sporis cloihes in Mueller Brofhers.
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This picTure oT
Senior Class Presi-
denT, Edward Jones.
wearing a BalTour
Class Ring, is spon-
sored by The Balfour
This picTure oT The
W.K.Y. Teen I-lop is spon-
sored by The Frazier Seed
Company, locaTed on
Mr. K. A. Piper. Edward Jones. John
Nye, and Mick Weiberg look over Hue
Wilson Sporfing goods carried by
Piper's Fires+one Sfore.
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Phone VI 2-5907
Members of fhe Family Living class, Charloiie
Hamilion, Linda Swafiord. Nyna Sechler. and Wendy
Hodges are shown picking up Their supplies.
Here we see Dan Davis and Joe Baldwin going over
Dan's car air Jrhe Phillips 66 S+a'Hon on We-s'I' Main.
Grani' Sechler inspecls +he iruclc of C815 Welding
of which his Fafher is a Pariner.
Janel Laing, Jean Shellhammer, Vic
Osborn, and Chris Elliol loolc al some
new albums in 'rhe Record Shop owned
by Mayford Graves.
Mr. Johnslon and Mr. Webb admire lhe seven frophies won by Jrhe Induslrial Arfs
Deparfrnenl a+ +he We-slern Kansas lncluslrial Arls Fair. The large Trophy in lhe cenler
is lhe sweepslrakes lrophy 'For class "A" exhibils.
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