Anthony High School - Jolly Roger Yearbook (Anthony, KS)
- Class of 1963
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1953 ANTHONY HIGH SCHOOL
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Table of Contents
ADMINISTRATION: Pages 6- 9
CLASSES: Pages 10-31
ORGANIZATIONS: Pages 32-45 ACTIVITIES: Pages 46-53
ATHLETICS: Pages 54-59 HONOR: Pages 60-65
ADVERTISING: Pages 66-80
Mr. James Price will have served Anthony High
School as a custodian for twenty-five years this
spring. He can usually be found when his help is
needed by students or teachers in distress. His work
starts before we ever arrive and continues after the
last of us has left.
In gratitude of his long service, the Jolly Roger
Staff dedicates the 1963 Jolly Roger to Mr. James
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Mr. Crouch, who is
principal of AHS,
watches the activity
Mr. Mose Stucky, Superintendent of Anthony Public Schools,
looks over the school records.
lt has been a pleasure to work with the
students and the faculty of the Anthony High
School during the 1962-63 school year. En-
thusiasm, interest and loyalty to your school
have been evident throughout the school
year. With this type of spirit prevailing you
gain much from the educational opportuni-
ties available. Congratulations and- best
L. C. Crouch
School board members, Vic Eliott, Vice-President, Dale Knorp, Edgar Barett,
Stuckyg Jim Newton, Lloyd Miller, President, Emma Jess, Clerkg and Mayford
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ANTHONY PUBLIC SCHOOLS
STUDENTS OF ANTHONY HIGH SCHOOL
The success of the 1962-63 school term is a tribute to you students who
have made the most of the opportunities that have been provided for you by the
staff, the board of education, and the community,
As you continue your education either formally or out of school may you
always remember that your character, integrity, initiative, and resourcefulness
will help you use the many opportunities that are available to enrich your life.
My wish for you in your quest for knowledge and professional status is
enough handicaps to keep you alert to your own needs, those of your fellowmen,
and the ability to use these to gain new heights of achievements,
As you review your successes and failures in this volume of the jolly
Roger may you gain new courage to make decisions and alter your plans when
necessary to achieve the goals you desire.
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James Price, custodian at the
high school, and Marvin Hager,
custodian at the school shop
and lunch room, prepare to
clean the building.
Mrs. Mary Miller, Mrs. Lola Garrison,
school nurse looks at speech therapist, is
the eye chart. shown checking a stu
The teacher's lounge provided the teachers with refreshment and relaxation.
Miss Weins, Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Blair, and Mr. Bayless drink coffee and chat
about the day's events.
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Mrs. Esther Johnson, home
economics teacher, pauses
between classes to relax.
She teaches clothing,
foods, and family living.
Mr. Leon Ballenger and Mr. Wen-
dell Hodges work together to pre-
pare a concert. Mr. Ballenger is
the vocal music instructor and Mr.
Hodges is the band director.
Mr. Bill Bayless is the
school counselor. His
work includes typing re-
ports, setting up appoint-
ments, and keeping ca-
Mrs. Janice Troyer
and Mrs. Mary Smith
look over the console
in the foreign lan-
Mrs. Troyer teaches
Spanish I and Mrs.
Smith teaches Spanish
II, French I and
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Miss Betty Lou Weins and Mrs.
Bucilla Blair inspect one of the
machines in the commerce room.
Miss Weins teaches Typing I. Mrs.
Blair teaches office practice, book-
keeping, shorthand, and typing.
Mr. Duane Boline, who teaches Physics,
and Chemistry, works with the other
science instructor, Mr. Sheldon Berg-
strom. Mr. Bergstrom teaches four
Biology classes and General Science.
English teachers, Mrs. Sue Green, Mr. Donald
Nigus, Miss Betty Weins, and Mrs. Janice Troyer,
pose together. Mrs. Green teaches Speech, English
IV, and Journalism. Mr. Nigus teaches English 1,
Miss Weins English III, and Mrs. Troyer English II.
Mr. Stanford Troyer and Mr. Duane Bo-
line study an algebra book. Mr. Troyer
instructs classes in Geometry, Advanced
Physical Education instructors, Mr. Ronald
Algebra' and Tfigonomeny- MY- Bonne Holmes and Mr. Donald Nigus, planned a
teaches Algebra I.
strenuous physical fitness program. Mr.
Nigus has two boy's Physical Education
Mr. Fred E. Webb and Mr. Ralph John-
son supervise the school shop. Classes
in Auto Mechanics, General Shop, and
Metals are offered under Mr. Webb.
General Shop, Woodwork, Mechanical
Drawing, and Arts and Crafts are under
the instruction of Mr. Johnson.
classes, and Mr. Holmes manages four girl's
Social Science teacher, Mr. James Williams, Mr.
Bill Bayless, and Mr. J. W. Shurley, strike a com-
ical pose in the middle hall. Mr. Williams is the
Driver's Education instructor. Mr. Bayless teaches
Freshman Orientation and Health. Mr. Shurley
teaches American History, American Government,
Sociology, and International Relations.
Seniors in Physics class experiment with Bernoulli's
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Several Juniors listen attentively to the
work in lab .
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prepare a meal in foods ment on the 'hunt and peck'
Senior girls played
The Senior English
basketball in Phys-
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system in typing.
Freshman students industriously study
their English assignment.
All Freshmen take Orientation
under Mr. Bayless.
CLASS S PONS ORS:
The Officers Were:
President - -
- - Victor Os
- - R. C. Francis
Vice-President - -
Secretary-Treasurer - -
- - -Mary Baker
Class Cheerleaders - -
- - Carolyn Coon
Student Council Representatives
- - Chris Elliott
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1963 representatives to Girls' State and Boys' State
were Sheril Mize, Janet Duncan, Chuck Knorp,
and John Gates.
ball Queen Attendant 35 Vocal Ensemble 3.
Transferred here at beginning
of junior yearp Band 35 FHA
3-45 Y-Teens 3-45 Thespians
35 Class Secretary 45 Pep Club
3-45 Student Council 45 Junior
Play5 Librarian 45 Yearbook
Band 1,25 Hi-Y 1,25 Class
Cheerleader 2, 45 Senior Play5
Stage Crew 35 Football 15 Bas-
ketball 15 Track 15 Intramurals
45 Booster Staff 4.
Y-Teens 1-25 FHA 1-45
Thespians 15 Tennis 1-35
Pep Club 1-3.
Play Stage Crew.
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Band 1,25 Brass Quintet 15 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 45 Boys Octet 1, 35 Boys
Quartet 1, 45 Boys Glee Club 1-45 Hi-Y 1,25 Thespians 35 Class Cheer-
leader 1,25 Senior Play5 Tennis 35 Track 1,25 Stage Crew 3,4.
Y-Teens 1-35 FHA 15 Thespians 35 Pep Club 2, 35 Vocal Solo 35 Foot-
FHA 1-45 Y-Teens 1-45 Pep Club 1-45 Senior Play Stage Crew5 Junior
Mixed Chorus 1-45 Boys Oc-
tet 3, 45 Boys Glee Club 1-45
Mixed Ensemble 3, 45 Hi-Y
1-45 Hi-Y Cabinet 2, 3, 45
Thespians 35 Senior Play5
Junior Play5 Stage Crew 35
Football 2, 3, 45 Basketball
15 Track 1-35 Yearbook Staff 4
Senior Play Stage Crew.
MARY RONDA EATON
Football Queen Attendant 15 Vocal Accompanist 1-45 Speech Arts
2-45 Junior Play Stage Crew5 Senior Play5 Mixed Chorus l-45 Girls
Glee Club 1-45 Girls Vocal Ensemble 1-45 FHA 1-45 FHA District
Treasurer 35 FHA National Convention, Salt Lake 35 Y-Teens 1-45
Y-Teens Cabinet 3-45 Thespians 1-45 Thespians Secretary 35 Thes-
pians President 45 Class Secretary 15 Pep Club 1-45 Student Council
45 Yearbook 4.
FHA 1-45 Y-Teens 1-45 Pep Club 1-45 Junior and Senior Play Stage
Crew5 Booster Staff.
Band 1-35 Clarinet Octet 25
Mixed Chorus 1-25 Girls Glee
Club 15 FHA 1-45 Class V. -
Pres. 15 Pep Club 1-45 Junior
and Senior Play Stage Crew5
R. C. FRANCIS
Mixed Chorus 1-35 Boys Glee
1-35 Hi-Y 1-35 Thespians 35
Class V. -Pres. 45 Class Cheer
leader 35 A Club 2-45 Junior
and Senior Play Stage Crew5
Football 1-45 Basketball 1-35
Track 1, 2, 45 Booster Staff.
Thespians 2-45 Junior Play
Stage Crew: Senior Play Stage
Crew5 Football 1-45 Basketball
15 Track 1-3.
Band 1-35 Hi-Y l-25 Student
Council 45 Senior Play Stage
Crew5 Basketball 15 Tennis 1.
Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 45 Boys Oc-
tet 35 Boys Glee Club 1-45
Hi-Y 1-45 Hi-Y Cabinet 35
Thespians 3-45 Junior Play5
Senior Play5 Football 1, 2, 45
Basketball 1-25 Track 1-3.
Junior Play Stage Crew5 Foot-
ball 35 Basketball 1-25 Track
Track 35 Junior Play5 Football 3.
Mixed Chorus 15 Girls Glee Club 15 FHA 1-45 Y-Teens 1-45 Thespians
1-45 Pep Club 1-45 Speech Arts 25 One-Act Play 15 Junior Play5 Senior
Play5 All School Carnival Queen.
Mixed Chorus 3-45 Girls Glee
Club 2-35 FHA 1, 3-45 Y-Teens
1-45 Pep Club 1-45 Senior Play
Mixed Chorus 15 Hi-Y 1-25
Thespians 35 Junior Play Stage
Crew5 Senior Play Stage Crew5
Basketball 1, 3.
Band 1-45 Band President 45
Brass 9, 1-45 Brass Quintet 3-45
Mixed Chorus 1-35 Boys Glee
Club 1-35 Hi-Y 1-45 Class V. -
Pres. 2-35 Student Council 1-35
A Club 2-45 Senior Play5 Foot-
ball 1-45 Basketball 1-45 Ten-
nis 15 Track 1-25 Yearbook 45
Stuco V. -Pres. 45 Carnival
IENNA JO HAMILTON
Girls Glee Club 1-45 Girls Vocal Ensemble 45 Y-Teens 1-45 Pep
Club 1 4, Junior Play Stage Crew, Senior Play Stage Crew.
IIMMIE HARRIS ON
Junior Play Stage Crew5 Senior Play Stage Crew5 Football 15 Tennis
35 Track 1.
Mixed Chorus 2-45 Girls Glee Club 1-35 Girls Vocal Ensemble 1-45
FHA 1-45 Y-Teens 1-35 Thespians 1-35 Pep Club 1-35 Junior Play5
Senior Play Stage Crew5 Booster Staff.
Pep Club 1-2.
Mixed Chorus 1-45 Girls Glee
1-35 Girls Vocal Ensemble 1-45
Vocal Accompanist 1-45 FHA
2-45 Thespians 2-45 Y-Teens
1-45 Pep Club 35 Class Cheer-
leader 35 Speech Arts 45 Junior
Play Stage Crew5 Senior Play5
Librarian 15 Piano Solo 1-4.
FHA 1-35 Y-Teens 1-35 Junior
Play Stage Crew5 Booster Staff.
Girls Glee Club 15 FHA 1-45
Y-Teens 1-45 Y-Teens Presi-
dent 45 Y-Teens Cabinet 3-45
Thespians 1-45 Class Secretary
2-35 Pep Club 15 Speech Arts
3-45 Senior Play5 Junior Play
Stage Crew5 Librarian 3-45
Yearbook 1-45 Yearbook Edi-
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ior Play Stage Crew5 Senior
Girls Glee Club 15 FHA 2-45 Y-Teens 1-45 Pep Club 1-45 Junior Play
Stage Crew5 Senior Play Stage Crew5 Librarian 45 Booster 4.
Mixed Chorus 25 Boys Glee Club 1-35 Junior Play5 Senior Play Stage
Crew5 Football 1-25 Basketball 1-25 Tennis 1-3.
Yearbook 2-45 Vocal Solo5
Band 1-35 Mixed Chorus 1-45
Girls Glee 1-35 Girls Ensemble
1-45 Mixed Ensemble 3-45 FHA
1-45 Y-Teens 1-45 Y-Teens
Cabinet 3-45 Thespians 1-45 '
Class Cheerleader 1-25 Cheer-
leader 35 Pep Club 1-45 Stu-
dent Council 45 Speech Arts
2-45 Senior Play5 Football
Girls Glee Club 15 FHA 1-45
Pep Club 1-45 Y-Teens 1-4-
Senior Play5 Librarian 3'-45
Yearbook Staff 3-4.
Mixed Chorus 35 Boys Glee
Club 2-35 Hi-Y 1-45 Hi-Y
Cabinet 35 Thespians 3-45 Stu-
dent Council 3-45 Speech Arts
Band 15 FHA 1-35 Y-Teens
1-45 Y-Teens Cabinet 35 Jun-
Play Stage Crew5 Office As-
sistant 45 Booster Staff 45
Booster Editor 4.
Hi-Y 1-25 Class President 45
Student Council 3-45 Speech
Arts 45 Senior Play5 Junior
Play Stage Crew5 Football 35
Basketball 1-35 Track 1-25
45 Junior Play5 Senior Play Stage
Crew5 Junior Play Stage Crew5
Football 1-45 Basketball 1-45
Track 1-45 Yearbook Staff 45
A Club 2-45 A Club President 4.
FHA 1-45 Y-Teens 1-35 Pep
Club 15 Junior Play Stage Crew5
Senior Play Stage Crew5 Booster
A Club 2-4.
Junior Play5 Football 35 Basketball 35 Tennis 3.
Band 1-45 Mixed Chorus 1-45 Girls Glee Club 1-35 Girls Vocal En-
semble 1-45 FHA 1-45 Y-Teens 1-45 Pep Club 1-45 Pep Club Presi-
dent 45 Thespians 3-45 Junior Play Stage Crew5 Senior Play5 Tennis 4.
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Junior Play Stage Crew5 Senior
Play Stage Crew5 Basketball
1-35 Tennis 2-35 Track 15
A Club 4.
Transferred here at the begin-
ning of Senior year.
NANCY IO STUCHAL
Mixed Chorus 1-45 Girls Glee
1-35 Girls Vocal Ensemble 1-35
FHA 1-45 Y-Teens 1-45 Y-
Teens Cabinet 45 Thespians l-45
Pep C-lub 1-45 Junior Play5
Senior Play5 Librarian 3-4.
FHA l-45 Y-Teens 1-45 Pep
Play Stage Crew5 Booster 4.
Hi-Y 1-35 Senior Play Stage
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Junior Play Stage Crew5 Senior Play Stage Crew5 Football 1-45 Bas-
ketball 15 Track 1.
Mixed Chorus 3-45 Girls Glee Club 2-45 Girls Ensemble 35 FHA 1-45
Y-Teens 1-45 Pep Club 1-45 Junior Play Stage Crew5 Senior Play
Stage Crew5 Tennis 3-45 Librarian 35 Booster 4.
45 Junior Play Stage Crew5 Senior Z
Student Council Sec. 45 Band
1-45 Mixed Chorus 1-25 Girls
Glee 25 FHA 1-45 Y-Teens 1-
45 Y-Teens Cabinet 35 Thes-
pians 35 Pep Club 1-45 Student
Council 2-45 Junior Play Stage
Crew5 Senior Play Stage Crew5
Yearbook 2-45 Clarinet Choir
1-45 Woodwind Ensemble 45
Instrumental Solo 3-4.
Y-Teens 1-45 Pep Club 1-45
Junior Play Stage Crew5 Senior
Play Stage Crew5 Librarian 1-35
Booster Staff 4.
Band l-45 Brass 9, 1-45 Brass
Quintet 3-45 Mixed Chorus 1-
45 Girls Glee l-35 Girls En-
semble 1-35 FHA 1-45 FHA
President 45 Y-Teens 1-45 Y-
Teens Cabinet 2-45 Thespians
1-45 Pep Club l-45 Student
Council 1, 35 Junior Play5 Senior
Playg Relay Queen Maid of
Honorg Tennis 4.
Mixed Chorus l-3g Boys Octet 3g Boys Glee Club l-4g Hi-Y 1-4g
Hi-Y Cabinet 2-3g Class President 1-3g Student Council 4g Student
Council President 4g Junior Play Stage Crewg Senior Playg Football
l-4g Basketball 1-4g Tennis l-4g Track lg A Club 3-4g Christian
Athletic Camp, Estes Park, Colo.
Boys Glee Club lg Junior Play Stage Crewg Senior Play Stage Crewg
Football lg Tennis 3.
Hi-Y 1-4g Hi-Y President 4g
Hi-Y Cabinet 3-4g Student
Council 4g Junior Playg Junior
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Class Cheerleader 3g Junior
Play Stage Crewg Senior Play
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Play Stage Crewg Senior Playg
Football l-4g Basketball 1, 2, 4g
Track l-4g Yearbook Staff 4g ,
A curb 2-4g A Club Cabinet Terms 35 Track 1'
4g Christian Athletic Camp,
Estes Park, Colorado.
Band l-4g Clarinet Octet l-4g Mixed Chorus 1-3g Girls Glee Club
l-3g FHA l-4g Y-Teens l-4g Pep Club l-4g Senior Playg Relay Queen
Maid of Honor 2g Intramurals 2-3g Booster Staff 4.
I8 "You've already voted eight times. "
Go, Seniors! Beat Facultyl fAnd we didlj "I don't care if you have ten nine-
weeks tests to-morrow I "
As the final day drew closer, choir robes and band uniforms were returned.
"On guardl" " Are you sure that the clock hasn't stopped?"
Line up and count offli who will forget this desk?
.The class officers for the Junior class of
1962-63 were, President Bob Drosselmeyer,
Vice-President Jerry Yeary, and Sec. -
Treas. Dana Dial.
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Mary Aleshire Sherry Armstrong Patricia Bland Peggy Bland
Jack Brown Linda Butz Connie Carr Janie Coon
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Ronnie Couch Richard Davis Dana Dial Darryl Dodgen
Lois Downing Robert Drosselmeyer JHUCI Duffy Lola Duran
L2-Ura Dyke Myrna Frank Jim Hatfield James Gates
D61'1I1iS Hendershot Lynda Hess Larry Huddleston Mary Ruth Hudgens
Sherry Hughes Linda Keller Iunea McKee
DOH Maflillgef David Miller Janice Morrison
Cathy Payne Charles Potts Jim Prouse
L0UiSS RCHSHU Steve Reynolds Charles Ritter
Susan Salser Grant Sechler Larry Seales Kirk Snyder
Gary Sherman Mary Stamm Larry Stark Ward Stark
Mildred Stith Doug Stucky Linda Watkins Charles Wells
Connie Wharton Jerry Yeary Eldon Younce Mary 18116 Z-uber
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CLASS OFFICERS: President, Vickie Warnerg Vice-President,
Gary Osborng Sec. -Treas. , Charlene Wolff.
Stanley Adams Joe Aleshire ROCIHGY Angle L. C. Appling Carol Bean
Darla Benford Clifton Berry Cheryl Bettis Kenneth Bohnert Kenneth Brotton
Kathy Christy Marie Coats Glenda Collings Bob Cook Lois Cook
Dick Croft Jerry CFOff Kenneth Crouse
Laffy E11'HOf6 Jane Foster Ray Frank Inola Fultz Jackie Gates
Roy George Mike Ghormley Jim Graves Marsha Graves Dale Grubb
DeAr1na Halsey Cheryl Haltorn Ronme Hartman Chrlstme Herser Doug Hlte
Eddie Laing Lana Larng Mlke McKee
Jeannie Meadgr Stanley Messner Darlene Mlngle RUSS-C11 MOFHS
Dlana Moses Gary Osborn Kent Patterson Steve Patterson Fred Payne
Verna Pohlenz Glendale Rrtter Gene Rgrabaugh Jim Smith Mary Smlthhlsler
Dlana Snyder Mlke Sproul Sharon Stark Marilyn Stark Mamie 511111
Charlene Wolff Mlke Wyatt Ga le York Gary Borders Davld HOIITICS
PRESIDENT VICE-PRESIDENT TREASURER
Howard Stewart Bill Carr Tommy Clark
SECRETARY SPONSOR SPONSOR
Donna Headberg Mr. Johnston Mr. Boline
Ann A ppling
Lou Ann Reynolds
Sue Ann Stark
Betty Jo Srith
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Student Council members are, FRONT ROW: Myrna Frank, Charlene
Wolff, Janet Duncan, Tana Grubb, Cherlene Hodges. SECOND ROW:
Darrel Neiman, Bob Cook, Sheril Mize, Jean Shellhammer. THIRD
ROW: John Nye, Jim Hatfield, Kent Patterson. FOURTH ROW: Stan
Wethington, Victor Osborn. FIFTH ROW: Mick Weiburg.
Standing from left to right are: Sponsor, J. W. Shurley: A before the scene pic-
Vice-President, Victor Osborng President, Mick Weiburgg ture
Secretary, Jean Shellhammer.
of the carnival which
The l963 Student Council, consisting of
18 members, is the governing body of
Anthony High School. The Pirate and
Pirette of the all-school carnival are spon-
sored by this organization. For several
years the Student Council has furnished in-
surance for all students of Anthony High.
These students are to be commended for
the great job they did this year.
is sponsored by the Student Coun- Pictured is a typical Student Council meeting.
cil. The meetings were held twice a month in Mr.
The officers for FHA this year were: Lola Duran, Treasurer, Dana Dial, Vice-Presidentg
Kathy Sturns, President: Vicki Warner, Secretary, Mrs. Esther Johnson, Club Sponsor.
Girls who were not working on degrees this year were,
FIRST ROW: Tana Grubb, Linda Robinson, Myrna Frank.
SECOND ROW: Sherri Hughes, Linda Watkins, Cathy
Payne, Dana Dial, Connie Carr, Inola Fultz, Connie
Wharton. THIRD ROW: Pat Roach, Lola Duran, Mary
Jane Zuber, Cheryl Haltom, Jean Shellhammer, Junea
McKee, Jeannie Meador, Barbara Wimrner, Mamie
Girls who received their chapter degrees
this year are, FIRST ROW: Vicki Warner,
Jane Foster, Janie Coon, Joyce Kennedy.
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Girls receiving their Junior Degrees this year were, FIRST ROW: Virginia
Hayter, Kay Ritter, Peggy Larson, Donna Headburg, Susan Hoskinson, Rhonda
Grubb, Carol Bean. SECOND ROW: Diane Croft, Janice Childs, Jeannie Lane,
Beverly Newton, Carol Warner, Lou Ann Reynolds, Diane Crouse. THIRD
ROW: Janice Aleshire, Ann Appling, Sue Ann Stark, Kathy Schnackenberg,
Marjorie Howard, Sarah Hudgens, Cherlene l-lodges, Cheryl Bettis, Marsha
Shown are those girls who were in the
SECOND ROW: DiAnna Halsey, Diana
Snyder, Mary Aleshire, Marilyn Stark.
clothing classes this year and participated
in the FHA Style Show.
Seven girls worked for their State Degrees during the past
year. They are, FIRST ROW: Trudy Hoopes, Nancy Jo
Stuchal, Kathy Sturns. SECOND ROW: Sheril Mize, Mari-
anne Morrow, Janet Laing, and Janet Duncan.
Members of Hi-Y this year were, FIRST ROW: Bill Carr, Darryl Dodgen, Bill Puls, Kent Patterson
Eldon Yotmce, Dale Grubb, Jack Brown, John Gates. SECOND ROW: Stan Messener, Bob Cook,
Mike Wyatt, Steve Clutter, Stan Wethington, Dennis Hendershot, Mick Weiburg, John Nye, and
This year's Hi-Y officers were: Bob Cook, Student Council Representa-
tive, Bill Puls, Vice-President, Steve Clutter, Treasurer, Stan Wething-
ton, Presidentg Bob Drosselmeyer, Secretary, and Eldon Younce, Program
Patty Norman, right, Editor-in-Chief of the Booster, From left to right are: Cathy Long, Judy Laing
and Nancy Stover, Assistant Editor look over- a Mary Ronda Eaton, and Howard Carr looking at
finished edition of the last Booster. the first issues of this year's Booster.
Editor-in-Chief - - - Patty Norman
Assistant Editor - - ' ' N3T1Cy Stover
Copy Editor - - - ' ' Judy Laing
Asst. Copy Editor - - "" Cathy I-Oflg ph- SEH014
Sports Editor ---- ----- H oward Carr 5 '25
Art Editor ----- - - Mary Ronda Eaton 2 ml f'
Business Manager - - - - - -Barbara Whealy A Q
Advertising Manager - - - - Nyna Sechler 'far S'
Circulation Manager -------------'-"" Alia Duwe S A 5500,
Reporters ------ Wanda Kauffman, Julia Pollard, Linda Swafford,
R. C. Francis, Raymond George, Judy Dickey.
Faculty Advisor -----------"- '-"" M IS- Sue GICCU
Reporters for the Booster this year were from Standing from left to right are: Nyna Sechler, Alta
left to right: Linda Swafford, Julia Pollard, Duwe, and Barbara Whealy. Seated is Mrs. Sue
Wanda Kauffman, Judy Dickey, Raymond Green, Faculty Advisor for this year's Booster.
George, and R. C. Francis.
A CLUB - Victor Osborn, R. C. Francis, Bob Cook, Kent Patterson, Mike Wyatt, Chuck Knorp,
Charles Wells, John Nye, Stan Wethington, Bob Drosselmeyer, John Gates, Joe Aleshire, Steve
Clutter, Larry Huddleston, Mick Weiburg, Kirk Snyder, Jerry Yeary in a formation with Doug
Stucky, Bill Puls, and Jim Hatfield making the cross bar. Sponsor, Jim Williams, is seated in
OFFICERS, FRONT ROW: R. C. Francis, Vice-Presidentg Chuck
Knorp, Treasurer, Stan Wethington, Student Council Representa-
tive. BACK ROW: Jim Williams, Sponsorg John Nye, Presidenrg
8 Steve Clutter, Secretary, Victor Osborn, Sergeant at Arms. Lola Duran Pat Roach
PEP CLUB - FIRST ROW: P. Roach, D. Dial, L. Duran, C. Carr. SECOND ROW: L.
Robinson, K. Sturns, T. Grubb, L. Watkins, I. Duffy, C. Carothers, V. Hayter, R.
" Grubb, S. Stark. THIRD ROW: Sponsor, Miss Betty Weins, M. Howard, I. Coon, C.
Hodges, J. Childs, J. Miller, J. Lane, C. Haltom, J. McKee. FOURTH ROW: K.
Heiser, C. Payne, S. Hughes, C. Bettis, S. Hudgens, L. Cook, C. Heiser, J. Foster,
M. Frank. FIFTH ROW: M. Graves, P. Larson, S. Patterson, C. Wharton, E. Tower,
D. Halsey, C. Wolff, I. Shellhammer, J. Duncan. SIXTH ROW: M. Morrow, K.
Schnackenburg, S. Mize, D. Croft, J. Aleshire, N. Stover, J. Meador, I. Fultz, V.
Warner, S. Williams.
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PEP CLUB OFFICERS: Tana Grubb, Program Chairman: Janie
Coon, Secretary: Kathy Sturns, Vice-President: Linda Robinson
President: and Miss Betty Weins, Sponsor.
Darla Dial Connie Carr
Y-TEEN OFFICERS - FRONT ROW: Dana Dial, Social Chairman, Pat Roach, Worship
Chairman, Nancy Jo Stuchal, Music Chairman, Sheril Mize, Program Chairman, Jane
Foster, Secretary, Kathy Sturns, Publicity Chairman. SECOND ROW: Myrna Frank,
Treasurer, Charlene Wolff, Student Council Representative, Marianne Morrow, Vice-
Presidentg Janet Laing, President, Diana Snyder, Piano Player, and Janet Duncan, World
SOCIAL COMMITTEE - Janet Duffy, Dana Dial, Chairmang Connie Carr,
Jeanie Meader, Janice Childs, Peggy Larson and Myrna Frank.
PROGRAM COMMITTEE - FIRST ROW: LouAnn Reynolds, Janice Morrison, Vir-
ginia Hayter. SECOND ROW: Susan Salser, Mildred Stith, Sheril Mize, Chair-
mang Janie Coon, Charlene Wolff, and Inola Fultz.
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Chairman, Sarah Hudgens, Jenna Jo Hamilton, Kathleen Heiser, Marnie Stith,
and Donna Headburg.
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PUBLICITY COMMITTEE - Linda Robinson, Myrna PUBLICITY COMMITTEE - Ronda Grubb, Marsha
Frank, Kathy Sturns, Chairman, Tana Grubb, Cheryl Graves, Diane Snyder, Marianne Morrow, Chair-
Bettis, and Cheryl Haltom. man, Sherrie Hughes, and Junea McKee.
WORSHIP COMMITTEE - FRONT ROW: Pat Roach, WORLD FELLOWSHIP COMMITTEE - FIRST ROW:
Chairman, Jane Foster, Susan Hoskinson. SECOND Mary Jane Zuber, Diana Halsey, Cookie Car-others.
ROW: Lois Cook, Jeannie Lane, Connie Wharton, SECOND ROW! Cathy Payne. Sherry Williams, and
Sue Ann Stark. Judy Miller.
JOLLY ROGER STAFF - FIRST ROW: Susan Hoskinson, Linda Watkins, Cathy Payne, Sheryl Patterson,
Lou Ann Reynolds, Carol Bean. SECOND ROW: Jean Shellhammer, Janet Duncan, Mary Baker, Janet
Laing, Marianne Morrow, Sheri1Mize, Myrna Frank. THIRD ROW: Chuck Knorp, Stan Wethington,
John Nye, Steve Clutter, and Ronnie Couch.
PAGE EDITORS - FIRST ROW: Jean Shellhamrner, Sheril Mize, Chuck Knorp. SEC-
OND ROW: Mary Baker, Eldon Younce, Lou Ann Reynolds, Marianne Morrow, Ronnie
Couch. THIRD ROW: John Nye, Stan Wethington, and Steve Clutter.
OFFICERS - Assistant Editor, Cathy Payneg Editor, Janet Laingg Chuck Knorp,
Sheril Mize, Co-Business Managers.
The Jolly Roger Staff happily
presents the 1963 Jolly Roger to
the students of Anthony High.
The staff gives special thanks
and recognition to Barbara Whealy,
an honorary member of the staff,
for all the help she has given to
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THESPIANS - FIRST ROW: Tana Grubb, Vice-President, Janet Duncan, President, Kathy Sturns,
Linda Robinson, Scribe, Linda Watkins, Pat Roach, Secretary-Treasurer, Charlene Wolff. SECOND
ROW: Nancy Jo Stuchal, Sheril Mize, Trudy Hoopes, Sandra Kaup, Dana Dial, Mrs. Troyer,
Sponsor. THIRD ROW: Mary Baker, Janet Laing, Cookie Carothers, Ronda Grubb, Cherlene Hodges
and John Gates.
Those participating in speech arts this year were, FIRST ROW: Trudy Hoopes,
Nancy Jo Stuchal, Sheril Mize, Jane Foster, Cherlene Hodges, Connie Carr.
SECOND ROW: Mrs. Sue Green, Sponsor, John Nye, Victor Osborn, Butch
Martins, and Dennis Albright.
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SOLOISTS - I. Marshall, M. Graves, K. Snyder, H. Stewart, B.
Drosselmeyer, B. Cook, B. Coats, M. Ghormley. FRONT ROW: D.
Niemann, C. Hodges, I. Duffy, M. Howard, C. Carr, J. Shellham-
mer, C. Bean.
MAJORETTES - J. Duffy, S. Williams, CLARINET CHOIR - BACK ROW: B. Drosselmeyer, P.
J. Miller, C. Warner. Larson, C. Bettis, J. Shellhamrner, J. McKee. FRONT
ROW: D. Halsey, J. Foster, D. Snyder, K. Snyder, B.
CLARINET QUARTET - I. Fos-
ter, D. Halsey, M. Graves, D.
FLUTE QUINTET - J. Coon, V.
Warner, M. Aleshire, C. Beau,
WOODWIN TRIO - C. Beau, J
Graves, D. Snyder.
WOODWIND QUINTET - C.
Hodges, V. Hayter, B. Carr,
M. Howard, J. Lane.
BRASS SEXTET - K. Sturns, B
Cook, C. Carr, R. Couch, P.
Roach, C. Knorp.
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K. Schnackenberg, S. Clutter, C. Elliot, S. Patterson, J. Marshall, C. Cooper, K. Heiser, N. Sechler, D. Halsey, J.
Coon, D. Dial. THIRD ROW: C. Patterson, D. Moses, C. Warner, A. Appling, G. Swafford, J. Aleshire, B. Newton,
J. Miller, C. Coffman, C. Knorp, I. Hatfield, D. Maniger, I. Croft, C. Payne, D. Headburg, L. Watkins, J. Poster,
I. Morrison. SECOND ROW: C. Wharton, K. Ritter, S. Patterson, M. Frank, M. Aleshire, D. Croft, F. Payne, D. Hite
D. Stucky, S. Waldschmidt, M. Howard, P. Truitt, C. Hodges, J. Lane, I. Childs. FIRST ROW: S. Hughes, D. Rump,
S. Stark, I. Gates, J. Wilson, I. Gates, J. Gates, M. Hamilton, L. Robinson, K. Sturns, V. Hayter, S. Carothers, N.
Stuchal, S. Kaup, Accompanist, I. Duncan.
The Mixed Chorus this year completed a very
successful season. They appeared before the public
in three major concerts and baccalaureate. To con-
clude the year a tour was taken of area schools in-
cluding Spring, Eagle, Plainview, and Attica Rural
The mixed chorus received a I at League contest
and District contest. Girls Glee Club, six small en-
sembles and six soloists also appeared at league and
-"""', Those receiving I's at state were John Marshall,
Sheril Mize, and the Girl 9 NO I.
Mixed Chorus participants prepare for the vocal contest.
BRASS CHOIR - BACK ROW: R. Couch, P.
Roach, C. Haltom, J. Marshall, S. Messner,
D. Neiman, B. Cook. FRONT ROW: M. Wyatt
J. Brown, M. Ghormley, C. Knorp, L. Vlcek,
H. Stewart, K. Sturns.
MIXED ENSEMBLE - BACK ROW: R. Couch, S.
Stark, B. Carr, J. Marshall, C. Carr, C. Hodges,
B. Drosselmeyer. FRONT ROW: I. Shellhammer,
J. McKee, J. Graves, M. Howard, K. Snyder, M.
Vocal M usic
GIRL'S GLEE CLUB - BACK ROW:
J. Miller, N. Sechler, D. Croft,
M. Howard, M. Graves, K.
Schnackenberg, S. Anderson, C.
Coffman. FOURTH ROW: L. Du-
ran, M. Frank, B. Stith, J. Ale-
shire, S. Stark, G. Swafford, M.
Coats. THIRD ROW: K. Ritter,
I. Lane, I. Childs, C. Hodges,
S. Carothers, B. Newton. SEC-
OND ROW: A. Appling, C. Payne,
P. Larson, D. Headburg, C. Whar-
ton. FIRST ROW: J. Hamilton, D.
Rump, S. Kaup. ,
MIXED ENSEMBLE -
BACK ROW: I. Cates,
I. Marshall, S. Clut-
ter, D. Hite, F. Payne,
I. Gates. FRONT ROW:
S. Stark, S. Mize, L.
Duran, M. Graves, K.
Sturns, C. Hodges, N.
NINE-I GIRLS ENSEMBLE: S.
Hughes, I. Duffy, P. Roach,
S. Mize, M. Aleshire, J.
Duncan, J. Coon, D. Dial, J.
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TWELVE-I - BACK ROW: M.
Howard, N. Sechler, M.
Graves, J. Aleshire, I. Miller,
M. Frank. FRONT ROW: D.
Rump, L. Reynolds, C. Hodges,
J. Lane, C. Heiser, D. Head-
BOYS ENSEMBLE - BACK ROW:
I. Hatfield, C. Knorp, J. Mar-
shall, S. Patterson, S. Clutter,
M. Weiberg, S. Waldschrnidt.
FRONT ROW: J. Gates, I.
Gates, J. Gates, D. Maninger,
I. Croft, J. Wilson.
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P. Larson, S. Hughes, C.
Payne, I. Aleshire, D. Halsey,
D. Croft, I. Childs, B. Newton
TWELVE-II: P. Larson, P.
Roach, C. Warner, M. Frank,
C. Heiser, K. Heiser, J. Dun-
can, L. Robinson, J. Morrison,
L. Watkins, M. Frank.
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D. Hendershot, D. Dial, J. Yeary, C. Carr, P. Roach, L. Duran, C. Wharton, I. Hatfield, T. Mangen, J. McKee, D
Maninger, J. Coon, J. Duffy, L. Watkins, S. Armstrong, M. Frank, D. Stucky. ASSISTANT DIRECTOR - Bob Drossel-
meyer, STAGE MANAGER - Grant Sechlerg DIRECTOR - Mrs. Janice Troyer.
"ONE FOOT IN HEAVEN"
V. Osborn, T. Grubb, J. Gates, K. Sturns, C. Knorp, S. Wethington, M. Morrow, J. Laing, N. Stuchal, E. Aclkisson,
L. Robinson, S. Mize, J. Duncan, B. Whealy, S. Clutter, M. Weiberg, T. Hoopes. STAGE MANAGERS -Jean Shell-
hammer and Mary Baker, TECHNICAL DIRECTOR - Ronnie Sharp, DIRECTOR - Mrs. Sue Green.
Along the south wall stood the back View of an old The head table can be seen in the background with
southern mansion. The upper foreground reveals the moon shining behind the willows.
the star infested sky.
MOON RIVER AND SOUTHERN HOSPITALITY
The program for the banquet was provided by the Junior High Boys Quartette, David Hodges, Steve Childs, David
Hall and Steve Hodge, singing "Kentucky Babe." Views of babies designated as present seniors were shown by Linda
Watkins and Lola Duran. "Moon River" by the High School Quartette, Marsha Graves, Cherlene Hodges, John Marshall
and Steve Clutter, accompanied on the piano by Janice Childs, concluded the entertainment.
The music for the prom was provided by the Continentals, under the direction of Walter Engelken, from Alva, Okla
On the left is shown the stage as it was decorated to house the band at the Prom. Some mothers, and a father, are pic-
tured Qto the rightj hanging stars in a southern sky.
Following tradition, the
Anthony Pirate's Boys Tennis
Squad had a highly successful
season. The Pirate netmen
placed first at Alva and Hutch-
inson, second at Russel, Buhler
and Pratt, and third in their
own Anthony Invitational.
Mick Weiberg and Grant Sech-
ler received special honor by
winning the State Doubles
Girls Tennis, under the di-
rection of Coach Holmes had
several dual matches and won
first in the Hutchinson Invita-
GIRLS TENNIS BACK ROW Coach Holmes I Miller D Halsey
C. I-Ieiser T Grubb L Cook C Wolf D Snyder N Sechler
MIDDLE ROW L Robinson V Warner L Duran C Carr C Bean
P. Norman C Hodges FRONT ROW K Sturns R Grubb S W11
liams, J. Meador D Headberg
The Anthony Pirates participated in nine track meets in 1963. First
came our own Anthony Relays. The results were: John Nye, lst, 440 -
5th, 2205 Bill Puls, 3rd, 880g Mark Hamilton, 3rd, Pole Vault, Stan
Wethington, 5th, Discus. Next we went to the Wichita Relays. The team
scored 13 points. Charles Wells set the school mile record 4:55. The Medley Relay placed second
behind Medicine Lodge who set the record. Pratt followed Wichita. We brought home 14 medals.
The Southwestern Relays was one of our better meets. We placed 4th as a team. We placed 2 men
in the 880, 220, Pole Vault, 440 and all three relays placed. At the Freshman-Sophomore Meet
we were secondg' 10 points off first. Gary Osborn was the meet's stand out, winning the 100 Qtied
recordj, 220, and the 440 Qnew recordj. At Buhler we ran in the mud and placed 3rd, Puls won
the 880, Wells won the mile, Wethington got his best Discus throw of 135' 5" placing 3rd, The
SKL was our toughest competition. We were 5th in the league. Our best events were the 880 QPuls
2nd, Wells 4thJ and the 440 fOsborn 2nd, Nye 4thJ. Twelve boys went to the Regional at Dodge.
The Medley Relay won lst and placed '7th in the State. The members were Osborn, Francis, Nye,
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VARSITY TRACK SQUAD - BACK ROW: C. Wells, J. Nye, s. wemmgron, C.
Osborn, E. Laing, C. Potts, M. Ghormley. MIDDLE ROW: I. Yeary, R. C.
Francis, D. Stucky, B. Puls, B. Coats. FRONT ROW: H. Stewart, M. Hamilton,
D. Dodgen, D. Neiman, M. McKee. .
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A TEAM: B. Puls, G. Sechler, J. Hatfield, I. Yeary, J. Nye, G. Osborn, M.
Weiberg, C. Knorp, K. Snyder, M. McKee.
B TEAM - BACK ROW: G. Ritter, D. Grubb, S. Tague,
R. Morris, K. Patterson, J. Gates. FRONT ROW: D.
Hendershot, I. Aleshire, M. Wyatt, E. Laing, J. Mar-
The Anthony Pirate Basketball team completed a successful
season with a record of 11 wins and 10 losses.
The outstanding Pirate cager was Mick Weiberg, who was se-
lected to the all-state team, placing them to a third place league
finish. The Pirates also placed third in the Wellington Invitational
and third in the Valley Center Regional.
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A TEAM - BACK ROW: G. Sechler, C. Knorp, B. Puls-, R. C. Francis. FRONT ROW:
K. Snyder, S. Clutter, K. Patterson, J. Nye, B. Drosselmeyer, M. Wyatt, M. Wei-
SENIORS: M. Weiberg, J. Nye, C. Knorp, R. C. Francis, S.
Clutter, J. Gates.
COACHES: Mr. Williams, Mr. Holmes, Mr. Shurley.
FRESHMAN TEAM BACK ROW. Coach
Hamilton, L. Ritter, K. Elliot, B. Coats
C. Cooper, D. Neiman. FRONT ROW:
K. Smith, R. Ciemney, H. Stewart, B.
Carr, K. Wells, J. Wilson, M. Ruther-
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Harper, and Kingman during the '62 season. Anthony completed the
season with a record of four wins, four losses and one tie.
The "Pirates" were led by senior tri-captains John Nye, Mick
Weiberg and R. C. Francis. Mick was selected as All-League End
with Iohn, R. C. , Bob Drosselmeyer and Steve Clutter receiving
recognition by league coaches.
The freshman football squad had an undefeated season and show
good possibility for future years.
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FOOTBALL TEAM - BACK ROW: I. Gates, L. Huddleston, G. Sechler, B. Drosselmeyer, C. Knorp,
R. C. Francis, J. Yeary, K. Snyder, S. Wethington, S. Clutter, M. Weiberg, J. Nye, G. Osborn.
MIDDLE ROW: D. Neiman, H. Stewart, D. Dodgen, D. Stucky, C. Wells, G. Ritter, B. Cook, E.
Laing, K. Patterson, M. Wyatt, M.'i'McKee, B. Puls, K. Elliot. FRONT ROW: K. Smith, M. Ruther-
ford, B. Coats, L. Ritter, B. Carr, M. Hamilton, I. Croft, H. Carpenter, S. Waldschmidt, R. Scott,
K. Wells, J. Hoskinson.
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FRONT ROW: Janet Duncan, Mary Baker, 'Sheri1 Mize, Jean
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The Berlin Area is pointed out by
Virginia Hayter on the HAYTER
LAND COMPANY map.
Mick Weiberg, Connie Carr, Linda
Watkins, and Terry Goucher are
enjoying a coke at OLMSTEAD'S
Linda Hess shows Don Maniger
some of the merchandise at
The FIRST NATIONAL BANK a good place to go with your money tif you have
any that isj shownby Eldon Younce and Susan Hoskinson
Jean Shellhammer, Janet Duffy
and Mary Baker pick out their
school Wardrobe at NORMA'S
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For appllances and electrlc equlp M1ke Wyatt 1S shown one of the flx
ment, go to MARDIS ELECTRIC, tures avallable at BUSH PLUMB
as Jane Foster and V1rg1n1a Hayter ING AND HEATING
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"The PARK HILL BOWLING
LANES offers an excellent place
for a date, " says Beverly New-
ton and Ronnie Scott
robe at JEAN'S CASUAL
Cousins, Janet and Judy Laing,
are picking their summer ward
Some of the sports equipment at PIPER'S FIRESTONE is inspected by Larry
Huddleston, Grant Sechler, and Bob Drosselrneyer
FOX GROCERY is where Patty Nor-
man and Nancy Stover do their shop-
Bill Puls becomes a helper out at
KLEPPER OIL CO.
Chuck Knorp and Tana Grubb play
with the toys at OKLAHOMA TIRE
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Ouch! Came the scream from DENNY'S BARBER SHOP as Howard Carr gave
his first shave.
Bill Gates keeps an alert eye for bidders at ANTHONY LIVESTOCK CO.
The interior beauty of the CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK provides a beautiful
setting for Lana Laing and Barbara Whealy
The anniversary sale provided extra bargains in addition to the ones you find
year round at .IETT'S
Willard Dial keeps an eye on his
new help, Lola Duran and Dana
Dial, at DIAL'S K-T
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Follow the advice of the three stooges and go to ROCK ISLAND LUMBER for
all your building needs.
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Stan Wethington, Steve Clutter, and John Nye try out the line of equipment at
The ANTHONY CO-OP is seen from the sky
David Miller and Les Vlcek are in
front of FRAZIERS SEED CO.
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STANDARD OIL follows its motto "A
you travel ask us. "
The line up beside the new Drivers Education car from ROACH CHEVROLET
Sherry Armstrong looks in the window of WOODS MUSIC AND JEWELRY
The TOT AND TEEN is where Christen
Cathy Payne and Carol Bean inspect Heiser and Janice Morrison are hunt-
a new television at GAMBLES ing for children's clothes
C AND S WELDING is where Kent Wilson, Raymond George, and Grant Sechler
take all their Welding needs
Gary Osborn and Bob Cook look at the merchandise in MUELLER BROTHERS
The Anthony High School
Shop is one of the best Class
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for the second year in a row,
taken the grand sweepstakes
trophy from the Fort Hays In-
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for preparing Anthony students
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